The Starke telegraph
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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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 - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
lccn - sn 95047405
System ID: UF00086646:00004
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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.: NOTIiINa IS LOST. to sadden vacation. And YI. r < '
your you and outside took the -
Aleck were always such friends." up strain and sang i SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL. -- ____LA_ :
," 1'ftt1dDc' Is lost;the drop of&v* "Aleck" though l With ,the
: TALMAGE. this wing:I defended him, and oftentimes -' cnlneiy ,
*" Which trembles' in the leaf or flower "Yes. The Albatross has been lost at is Aleck, she cried, hurrying toward Workable and valuable deposits of I when he knew it not t 1e hi into thgreen & bar. pleading the '

.. II but exhaled to fall anew sea and the Fanshawes heart- the piazza like one in a dream. troleum have been discovered along \ pastures an I beside the stt wat. Imather pleading the Got .. .
arc just Then she waked reeling amid his ._._ .
Fe from him -
turned back and the
I Summer's thunder!hower.Pehc broken, and Louise is there with them; down. it sat Egyptian coast of the Red Sea. It THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY I fce bad pine uoon with the oath caught ____ tseth. ,".
Supposing '
Aleck Wen
.was he belonged sirt
to shine within the bow it seems she was engaged to Aleck pri. j pears to have lost its more volatile con SERMON. him fought them L! the sun hides. down at .
to Louise.
Of course it was a stituents, and is found at the level ba'k with inlinito fierceness and I A ware roDsover .
That frnt the sun at fall of day; vately; and her widow's: weeds are of the ; vet mid-noI
very mistake. It was because she had been beneath have all The. M1kO-da7. i '
the recent coral I testify that he has :
formation t to-day rejected te.e
the flow
Perchance sparkle becoming. It's dreadful dreadful
a .
t i I thinking about him. Aleck dead the shore. my He done as he ought was along Subject of Ofotainaaaway. thing for her; but they say the Squire and she had no right to think of htm.. Discourse: "On TrlaL have done. Though I came from the sky earth.uskeopenaandsci uarzocodUe .
has about the same as adopted her, and She would Col-air machinery has been success drove mo back. Though with this wing I would crunch a chik-o.__ tame roll
Nothing lost-the tiniest seed that have the share of Aleck's never think of him again- fully m the construction of a tunnelat TEXT defended him and though with this voice 1 in their sockets and send down t granite
By wild birds borne or breezes blown, she'l lon's never; she would forget him, as he had Stockholm by the : "We have an advocate with the wooed him. I have to announce his multiplied clsn an avalanche o r lvepu. Tlll
money. Ske on the Squire'sown freezing gravel before Fathe Jans Christ tM rt'o&ieoiw. for the
forgotten her. Dead or alive he could imperfections. I dare rot keep back tei cha
Finds something suited to its need the s a ,
when the funeral and keeping it in thatcondition ILl and, Himal '
arm sermon was be to 1 j the testimony, for then I should not dare to ig cie t Ap .
Wherein'tis sown and grow aTA preached; it was very touching. Why nothing had broken her-nothing her nothing.He untl the lining was in posi Standing in a courtroom you say t 1 appear again airtcms the sinless ones beforethe ayah Bt bellow mo and 'a_ ,
could you. '
language of some household song, don't Ll- : one tion. In way several large buildings this bar crime has often arraigned great white throne" th dkne 'W .
something i
you say Detyl love with broken heart at of Great '
The of cherished a have been undermined. ; this witness stand the oath has There is only one more witness to railedon flocks ele
perfume some flower, ways thought you and were good Somebody was coming into the room often been taken; at this jurors' bench the behalf of the prosecution and b is thepreat. beat and boom and bD Stan shoot and ".: .
Though gone from ontward sense,belongTo friends; and touise" with a lighted lamp, preceded by excited The Fiber and Fabric reports the invention verdict has been rnder at this judge's the holy, the ancrust. the omnipotent falL Teamighty.zonWtd > ."
Memory's after hour. "What of machine that desk sentence has Boii-it of We bow down before him dares -
is there to say? Betty asked sews on but- But I GO ;
voices. It Miss Le Breton followed have ..
directly. There odd lustre in her was tons. It is claimed that it to tell you to-day of a trial higher than Holy thou this many "Oh. achanjelR trump repeats tfflsll the living '.'
Bo with our words harsh kind was an by Mrs. Ames."Isn't wi perform Oyer and Terminer ," the I continent* osJead spring
: or or any or Circuit or Su yes says Holy "I know Win. her t .
the -
they are not all forgot eyes, but she was not crying; she looked it marvellous?" she was eaJing.u work of four o.- five girs and will preme or Cbaucer. It i the trial of have striven with O thousand times thei fet crying:"Time shB bDlnpL 4.
Utr ; petri fled. fu-h a shock too for the Squire's do it better, because it never slght its -'Christian of his soul every This and though sometimes he did eem to repent,' o t Jay wffl:yon. y
hveheir t influence on the mind work but in the trial is different from he back I you the Christian .
often fro his first
You might at least were puts just of any other in the fact fel again a? es howw ,
Pass on-but perish not say you family, just as they were getting used to stitches it is gauged for. It will sew on that it is both civil and ciina The Ten thousand times tea:thousand ha 1: wUl rat otf ia bi.Wm.J0 get off a* ;
sorry. the idea of death!1" at stake are issue he grieve I well in your onyour
Bible warned
me. 'althoughthe
Sowithourdeedsforgoodorill; I I '' orry? Oh yes"-absenty-UI sup. "But is it true?" asked Miss Le buttons wit'i two or four holes equallywell sermon show you, first, wht are shl m, tim, saying : 'Grieve not.the Holy Gh.lt I side o 1 He plssr.! gitBJiJBat 'Obwb .
They have their power scarce understood; pose so." Breton. and at the rate of six per minute of complaint; then, the gd not the Spirit.' ba will in th* 1IsawaUttlemaUpsflttfcgwindowgo
Ten let us use our better will "Why Betty haven't feeling with twelve stitches in each. the cau and lastly,who are the i driven me back. jua the conscience f azaiasfc.: world i
make them rife with '' you any Betty had shrunken into the dark cor- a trial i called on. the avoa3 Third Person of the Trinity, hal has against ou and tbe 1 aV heaven a
go ? ner of the long .room (which one lamp From observations in various widely t have the idcment read..Stand up i, trampled'on mv mission, and the Wo/Pi of against and the H< J against .
-Ne1LeM Ward "I don't know. Perhaps not. What only illuminated in patches) in order to separated cities, a German meteorologist Christian ad hea the indictment the atonement that I brought with which to you;and the Lord Godj i a -

f good would it do?" hide the tears upon her eyelids. finds that the yearly mean temperaturein of It is the court of high against thy souL ,, cleanse his soul, he sometimes depiet I rout Bt tW'"" t -
is from an indictment of ten counts for came from the throne of God to and :_ ''t
a town one two degrees thou
AND SWEET Ale.k was such a good friend to True a preaching. I was just getting than in the i ha directly or indirectly broken ail the ten comfort and sanctity, and yet conver that 'IS. ?.". -; .
BIER higher surrounding "J'
you! Do you remember when he usedto into the train for Haven this after country, commandments. You know how it thun. man and see what lie is compared with what, W : ": ': ee
come and help you with your German I noon-I had been up to town for a trifle the difference seeming to depend less on dered on Sinai, and when God came down unre5i-t I would have made him wmie;;. .-, l ,.'
I u'cd to think he was a little in love I I of shopping-and I heard a familiar? the size of the town than on the surroundings how the mountain rocked and the smoke ascended -e on tho part of prosecution "Tw a -- ;- 1 M.
BY MAKT N. PKESCOTT. with but it voice of the dbserving station. Both as from a smouldering fomace.and the haca Now let the defence brinz .now;. .
I mis- Allow
you Betty; seems was I saying, me to carry your darkness gathered thick and on testimony. What have you, "
It in the autumn that the taken 1 for the of that it bundle Mrs. Ames.' It shiver the daily and the absolute fluctuations uttered deep O Christian soul I ,
was news of an matter made me I II' trumpet the words: "The soul that ,t bring; in reply to this evidence i.
the loss of the ship Alb.itross reached the doesn't signify, now that he is dead. aud my blood curdle. looked over my are smaller in towns than in the open sinneth, it shall die!1" Are you guilty or not of the worl of the conscience, of With a bright,b 0$iBU' f fair.. .

small town of Haven. She had foun- Indeed, its better for you as it is; you I' shoulder, expecting to see a ghost-a country. guilty? Do not put in a negative plea too the angel and Holy Ghost No evi t see- ltButwhatwaslttbaet:* -

dered on her way to Calcutta, and Aleck are spared the sorrow. Why, Betty, are railway station's a queer place for ,a It is difficult, says a Belgian journal, quick sinned, for and I come have to aounc of the that glory"al have God. denc Unclean Are unclean all the," 'e things true Christiansoul. "YeI .'' "' .- .

Fanshawe was on board as supercargo."It you sick Is anything the matter ghost, though, isn't it? Well} there to distinguish between ironand,: steel There i none that doth good vno, not one. What' Do you says not ever t tremble 't .
isn't as though Squire I'ansliawchadmn't Betty had risen with'a great cry, and stood Aleck Fanshawe. I shan't be any i tools. They have the same polish and "VV'hqso3ver shall keep the whole law, yet of- I at the tho.ight of con lemnation For I was a boylbtlo; ks&tbcujhtbe. .'. t' -. '

other sons,' commiserated a was stretching out unavailing arms into more surprised at the Lay of Judg- I workmanship; use will 'commonly show I I in one point, he is guilty of all" Do We have come now t tho most interesting glass, I.
not, therefore, be too part of this great The evidence all ,
the difference. To make the distinction hasty tria. in AndnoddedtotheIIttIema1dpa -at ', ..
neighbor, when the blinds were pulled space.= "lie is -and he mi-nt" yourself'not guilty. i I the advocates The profession of an : .. .
down and crapa tied on the knocker at loved her, and she has I right to her sor- What a change!" cried Miss Le Bre- quickly, place the tool upon a stone, and This lawsuit bfor us also chage you advocate is full of responsibility. In England Wit the scarlet hood and fringe of fur- ..

the bis stone mansion, and ]raycrs were row; aud I-" ton; "and they are all in their mourn drop upon it some diluted nitric acid with the a and the United States there have arisen And what was it t her! -. ._'.,,'

offered iu church for the bereaved family It was three months before Betty Le ing, and the stone up in the cemetery, (four parts of water to one of acid). I Many a time did we promise eontra't men their who in this calling have been honored by ,
and friends. in and the estate administered I the tool remains clean, it is of iron; if Lr's We got down on ou knees and said: race and thrown contempt upon those 'Tis winter; the white snow is new again; ;
Everybody town to Breton able sit
so was to up. The neighbors upon. I thine now and forever." who in the profession have been guilty of '
peak, turned out to church on that Sep- said she had come home from the wonder where Betty is?" steel, it will show a black spot where Did you keep the a promiel Have you stood great many meanne That professionwill I I stand with a woman and look through the 4.... :>'. :." _: -

tember morning to see how the family mountains with and it was "Yes, seems a though they'd been toa touched with the acid. These spots can up t the contract* go back to your first be as long as it has attachedto pane; ; *'* '

took it. and to be able to criticise the doubtful i she malaria ever get it out of mortal lot of expense for nothing." be easily rubbed off. commuion You remember it as well a if and it Story such names, and a Kent Mansfield and Southard and Mar-hall and Mayhap like the sweet hoe maid i she-. > ,
The Fanfehawes "And what a day for LouiseTurners" Professor E. Alvord after sev- were yesterday. You know how the visIon I But what it to .
funern sermon. had her system. :Miss Lc Breton, her aunt, happy Henry of the cross before You Wii'Vir The court-room has .>rn<- 1
gay, worldly crowd, and this was wisely said nothing; but when she saw sighed Miss Lc Breton. "I eral hundred observations, utters the following how ros the head and you the hauls remember on tn of very marvellous aaathriling -James Vila Blake. 1.- ,

their first sorrow, and those who had Louise in her funereal garments driving suppose he Has cabled to his father? conclusions on the formation of I and the side and the feet, there came bleed famous Girard things.will Some of you where remember the J j

seen them in prosperity and .oy wanted by in Squire Fanshaw's carriage, she .Mrs.' Ame answered with a hearty dew, viz., that on clear nights the temperature ing"forth these two wor .Remember ad pleaded the case cause, of the one Biblo of and oU HUMOR OF THE DAT. .
to behold the effect of the reverse; but wondered if Betty were not far more laugh. "That's the oddest part of it. I I of the air four inches above the Me. You recall how cup of communion vat i masterly Anglo-Saxon,

they proved to be a family who did not rni.ciable. Betty herself wondered why He asked about nil the folks, comingclown I ground is lower than four feet above by tremble in in your a sea-sheli hand when you first hear took Chri.'anit thund2rblt ever '.: <

wear the heart on the sleeve; they conducted I she did not die in that biter season of in the train;he didn't know they'd about ten or fifteen degrees.and the soil think you hear, the roaring you of may the surf even, or in Some Westminster of you Hall rea Warren the famous trial A bad sign-Endorsing a worthless .

themselves bravely behind tluirweedsand despair. There nothing gone to Europe. And he a-ked first of three inches below the surface is always after the shell ha been taken front the the despoiler of India., That great Hastings man note.The

a .. restrained their tears till they to detain her here; life had come to a all after you, Betty-upon my word! higher than at the surface itself. The I I beach, so you lt the cup o conquered India by splendid talents, ba poet who sings of the light id 'f,'

might flow in private. The only excitement standstill. It was not that Aleck had 'And'' you don't want to know about soil exhales moisture during the night, I.I communion the surging and of the heard in courage, by brb.by gigantic dishonesty. fleecy snow never shoveled off a -

of the occasion, however, was died; she could Lave borne that, Louise?' said I. 'Louise who said he. I and most of the moisture seen on plants ,; a Saviour's agony;and you great came forth ocean from of The whole rung with applause or walk.-Pji'IMplr Call. : : '

worthy of the txpectations of their perhaps, and sorrowed bravely, and 4Why, Louise Turner of course.' 'What in the moring is transpired by the plants ,. that commuion service with face shining as condemnation Hall a place in ,Gathere thirty in Kings Westminster had There is a man in Burlington so bowlegged .
friends. The family tel into church, yet have lived on. That would about her Is she married, or dead?' themselves. Soil moisture supplies a though you had been on the Mount of Transfiguration inaugurated, was one of the most fatnoui baD that when the chillren are play- '

black a grief and crape could make have been grief enough, to be sure, .Married! I cried; 'why, Aleck Fan I large portion of the dew.A I I with the: and love the of very Josus air, and seemed the tremulous woods- audiences ever gathered. Foreign Minister] ing cars they use hi for a tunneL- .

them. Tncrc were John and his mother, for one heart to bear; but she would sti shawe, are you mad, or making believe 1Ldn't remarkable find of meteoric iron has I I and the leaver and the glass and the birds and Princes sat there. rel' marched i liurlintjton Free Pre,.. .".
I clad in ermine and
Sue and liildeg.irdc; but who was.this I have possessed the tender you expect that Louise Turner been recently described by Dr. Gurl of were brighter and swetr-voice than ever women from all lands old Mighty down upon men the An Indiana girl has been br without .

other on the old : e's aim, bowed his love to compensate her. She wouldnot ,oul confess her engagement to ygu, Bonn. This mass, which nbout before,and you sid very depthsof I scene. Amid all that pomp and splendor, a mouth. She will very begin t 'a- i
with emotion, more sable than them all, have lost him utterly; she could have you old dog, after the news of your 1 1-2 pounds was found in a piece of your soul: "Lrd Thou knowest a and amid an excitement such a ba realize that she has forgotten something.
Thou that I .
b in widow's veil and cap? Who? Why, lived on, with the certainty meeting death?' 'Confess her engagement to me? I coal about to be used in a furnace. Close thing; kept the bargain 0 love Christian seldom been seen in any cour Burlington Free Press.I .'

it was only Louise Turner, whom they I him unchanged at last, just a she had he repeated,and looked like a thunder examination proves it to be of meteoric man? Have you not sometimes faltered l'om.speech which Kdnriml: \\ill last Burke long advanced as the English |I We notice in a some verses '- 'l

had always known. Why was she in existed through her tedious work-a-days, bolt. I was frightened. 'You don'tmean origin, and was plunged into the mass of when you ought to'have ben true? Have you Language concluding a with this burning I headed: "The newspapr Woman." s.--:
widow's weeds and on the Squire's arm? sure of his companionship at their close to say you weren'tengaged to her? I coal during its formation in the tertiary not been proud when you ought hare been chargo which>male Warren Hastings cringe I she abolishes tile '
What bad happened to her? There was -the one brightness in all her sombreI I I said. .Now. she's just like one of the geological epoch. It is essentially pureI when humble you! Have ought you to Have not played been the the hero coward I I' and cower: "I impeach him in the name of other six.a woman-iwmenille thirty Journal. ..

t I lively gossip, you may be sure, that day, days, the hours that were never absent family-wears widow's weeds for you, iron, with some contained carbon and charge it upon you and I charge it the Commons Hon of Parliament, whose .
I upon my-
h" has : I him in the His
4:; on,the,way homo from church. from her thoughts tha hope that had and went to church on the Squire's arm nickel.There are other similar meteorite, self-we have brohen the trust btraye impeach whose ancient But mamma wae hm ."
of tho the
I contrac name nation :
4 44 I remember he was kind <>f attentive I c tried her through all diihculties un when your funeral sermon was preached! I as the famous masses of St. Catherine in Still further; this law damages honor h?ha sallied. I impeach him in the I And now by knewi ..

) to Louise Turner one such," reflected complainingly. Now there was nothing Tngaged to her!' he cried; 'I never Brazil and Braumau in Bohemia, but at your hands. The greatest on the name of people of India, whose rights he I \eath his cre .. .
Mrs. Ames. I for her to live for or to die for. It seemed thought of it. I am engaged to L'ettyJ this is very much older and belongs to Christian. The religion Bible i an religion inconsistent is professor. has trampled ou. and whose country he has Tra"elt. .
"That's t echoed J e Bieton and I never loved anyone says one thing; turned into a desert. And. lastly, in tbe ; An astronomer claims to have discovered -
10, Mrs. Dake. I to her that the bloom was stripped from ; the tertiary epoch. we by our ineonsis:ency religion is some in the of .
say of human nature. name
"Don't_ you remember he took a the world. She could not reconcile herself else.' I thought I'd run over and pre- If it were possible to rise above the other thing, and what is more deplorableabout name sexes,in the name of every age and bot, stars lately which the most .
concert over to Danvers? lie has always -I to her changed condition, nor adjust pare your mind," pursued )!rs. Ames, atmosphere which surrounds the earth it is that people can see faults of others impeach him o the common enemy and op powerful telescopes are unable to reva
known.her and 'for fear of the shock. Where's Betty?' i while they cannot see any in themselves. ,I of all." We advise him to sprinkle ashes
like belief
; as not there I herself to the that Aleck had eared we should see nothing but an intense and shall at any time find some miserable pessor hs '
I you Rut I turn from the recital of those mem-
was something between th I 80 he has always known every other I had b en to her like heaven on earth.- thing else would be wrapped in total i I of her head to the sole of her foot, a perfect tell you that in this triai of the Christian "Ah my beloved, may hope to clasp
gir in town," said ,Mr: Blunt, the skep I that he had merely been passing the time. Squire Fanshawe's family returned in darkness. There could be no diffusion !I I blotch of sin herel she will go tattling, tat-' for the life of his soul the advocates are to my bosom and depict :

; "and he has been just as attentiveto She hit ns if the solid earth had failed season for letyawedding, and she took of lio-ht without an atmosphere or some ,I the tlingf inconsistencies tattling of years others of, having her life about idea: mightier, vUer and more'elouent The evi. { to you again our future happiness in the
a dozen far I : icath her feet and her life stretchedout her the White similar no deuce all bring in, Just behalf ot "No
hal othet as a* can medium for it to act upon, but i that sbei inconsistent herself.d save the the to make his 1"e3 With the glowing colors of phantasy ,
Mountains after all. But Louise Turner prosecution
i before her in dreary and barren per- the air around us extended to a height the gossip, female Srid male. I Bible open in his hand, he plea reads the law, love, not to-morrow-tomorow is wash ;i V
"Yes," acknowledged Mrs. Ames, reluctantly spective.: If she could only be allowedto never appeared in Haven. agai.Harper"Baa 700 miles the rays of the sun could notpenetrate think the males are the wort I Now the stern and inflexible,and the penalty: "The I ing-day.'-Fiiegende Btaetter.'j

"he was attentive t all of | n serve the illusion that he loved her, it, and we would be left in I chariot world of Chrst's salvation goes on throughthe soul that sinneth it shall die." Then be THE COSTE3TED MAX. t

them on and off; but then a m in may be I wherever he might be, that would have p darkness. At the depth of TOO feet in my brethren; that it block is up our the inconsistencies while, says: "0; and Lawgiver, this i Who would the most contented i&ortal see. 1'

attentive to a dozen,jou know, while he I 51 Icet happiness would have gilded Origin of the Potato. the ocean the light ceases altogether, |I all along the line there ought whel. been earth Tame and on u heaven statute agrees and all in stating the evidence that this He need not ride the country spurned and .' .

only cares for one. Its odd; a woman I all empty years she must spend on Before the conference held in London one-half of the light being absorbed in I'! cat nothing but palm branches, and the man has sinned against all those enactments.Now booted;
couldn't do it it would bore her horribly earth without the sun of his feet of the shout should have been lifted: "Hosannato let the sword leap from I For sure the chimney sweep is he.
; presence. the other day, in connection with the passing through seven purest the son of David." I it scbbard' Since he so constantly is sooted. -i...
-that is unless she's rlirt." I B it do not die when they have Shall a n:an go through the very
. a : people potato tercentenary, Mr. W. S. Mitchell water. Now you have heard the indictment I Sinai 1 Let the law be 'fames Boston Courier.
"Wel of course its tre."' sighed ,, nothing to live for. Betty's aunt trusted read a paper stating that the potato had you ready t plead guilty r1.Are Let judgment 1 Let him die. The man who is in the habit of usingI I- .
"or else she wou dn't be in to time to mitigate blow; she remembered been introduced into England by Sir HEALTH HINTS. guilty? Perhaps you are not ready yet to 1 demand that he pronouced. profane language should be brave ana

widow's wee'and in the Squiie's pew; that she had hergcll once had a lover Drake in 1530.( He believed plead will Then be the trial will go on. The wit I U Christian, does it not look very dark for I strong and able at all times to defend -

but last girl I thought Aleck who CSI ted her; that she had cried her Francs had originally obtained the None of the minor "ills" is more trou- nese matter decided.called In the and name we shall of have 1 now tbe3 Who wi plead on thy side jn so for- himself and his opinions, for if ever at

would care for. I can't reconcile myselfto i-ye.out,and had given away all her jewelry tuber from South America,either by pur- blesome than an ingrowing nail. By make prolamaton Oyez! /Go Oye/,1 lorn brought a cau into a. court Sometimes of law and a man he will will b any time he should be obliged to eat his

it"The and believed she was done with every- chase or plunder, and had conveyed it pouring hot tallow over the nail, the I WhOover t orfer in this no friends and no money anJ the judge will\ own words. Lc would doubtless find the
interest and surprise of this event thing: but ten year later he passed her to England at the conclusion of tho voyage hardened flesh about it is shrunken and tral: in which God is the plaintif and the lJok 0\01 the bar and say: "Is there any dose extremely unpalatable. -Bottom
seemed to subtract something from the window daily, a bald, gouty man from in which he relieved Haleigh's Vir- relief is immediate. 'Christian forth soul and the him now one who will volunteer to take this man's Courier. ? r .
this solemn
solemnIty of the occasion. It was not so whom the glamour had fled. But she ginian colony. When any part of the skin:"has been step trial give testimony i I (rises ae and and defend says him: "I'J"and will some be his young man" I "And that is silver ore, is it!" said

wonderful that Aleck Fan!hawc should had: forgotten that lie had robbed her Mr. Clements U. Markham, C. B., F. fro en, apply Lee, snow or cold water. first wite that I call upon the stand perhaps up starting on from cune very Mrs. as she examined a piece of -
die a that he should have been engagedto of the power of loving any one else, and R. S., read a paper upon "Potato Cultivation The vicinity of a fire and warm room In behalf of prosecution is the world-all to a great and brilliant career; curious-looking nags mineraL "Yes, my
Louise Turner and have I that other lovers had sighed inain.., critical and observant of Christian character. pint matter of the soul,
no one cver by the Incas and other Andean should be avoided. the part blisters You know that there this dear replied her husband. "And how
guessed it. It and distul bed When first went out, and began to I are people around you as you have nothing to pay for counsel do '
perplexed Nations. He said that the original treat it you would burn.A I who perpetually banquet on of do the silver out?'' "They smelt
they get
fratie think that one will Yes ,
Mn. Blunt, she could hardly tell why. : resume her oidinary life as i nothing home of the potato was in the Cordilleras drop of cold water, placed in the God's children You may know, you ye you?; I see One rising.any He.is Vllntrl man, u." -'Well, that's queer3she! added, .

Perhaps she was dis.rppointcd that lrt happened, the Squire's family had of the Andes in South America. lobe of the ear will put a stop to hic lived the country, that a.crow. cares for only thirty-threa years of age. I see Its after applying her nose to the ore; "I
Aleck should have cared such shale abroad and had taken Louise Turner nothing so much as carrion. There are those "
lor a I gone There it had been cultivated from time countenance suffused with tears and coveredwith silver.
if thii the but didn't
cough or does not produce smelt it too, get any
who that
imagine out of the faults of Chris ,
them the shadow of and all the of heavoa
low Louise with to blood galleries
girl as ; and then a surprise lighteu immemorial over an extent of 3,000
I. desired effect, press firmly on the arteresof tians they can make a bridge of boats across with the Thanks be Pitldmrg Chronicle Telegraph.
has an irritating effect upon some their grief; and a stone in the Squire'slot mies. When the Spaniards first arrived the wrist, where the puTse Is felt the s of deth and they are going to are tbl'il"we have spctale with the
natures. She upbraided herself in the ccmet ry recorded the fact that was a domesticated plant in try ; ,ala mistake! When they Go, Chrht the righteous." :-
for having so little sympathy for Aleck Fanshawe had lived and died.It the kingdom of the Chibchas, in the A growing inability to sleep in sick- get amid away wl go the brdg. O Christian soul, your case begins t look
Louise in I would\ have been ness is ominous of a fatal result; in apparent and down will go souls think after all A Snail Race.
such a tremendous sorro : a melancholy com province of Quito, throughout the em- t better. I perhaps may
it indicates the failure of 0 world of the greedy and
Ln.uise was pretty;everybody said Louif-e fort to Betty to hang wreaths upon that pire of the Incas of Peru, and in Chili. healt diton come on the stand eye now not have to di\ hebestadvoeate in all theunivetso I'm told that a foolish Frenchman, as
the madness so, on the other ha het has taken side. No one was
was pretty, and young men arc easi v-.I.tfe It white stone tha A This fact of its immemorial culivtionrendered hand in disease or dementia; a and behalf of the prosecution ever so qualified to defend your a man as this advocate a new amusement for his idleness, ha*invented _
pleased. Doubtless it had occurred it difficult to very against this Christian soul on trial What is qualified to defend you. He knows the sport of snail-racing. The,
the last moment before his departure ., certainty the localities where the potatowas I slight improvement in the sleeping do you" know about this Christian man? all the law, all its d lands, all its penalties] course is a long, smooth board, at the
should be hailed as the harbinger af res I "Oh, says the world, "I know a great deal
Louise had waited for his return t c indigenous. It was most probable, I to about huh. He talks about putting bis te3s lie is always sur-uNe ready. No and new He turn will oftheca.s plead j I end of which ia a lighted candle.. When -. .'

,': : clare it Aleck had been the best mat on the whole, that the potato originally raton. I ures in heven but he is the sharpest ran for von for HUl.nothing earnestly a s the room is darkened the snails naturally .
; in town, and, love aside, this was gre grew wild in suitable localities throughout A bad breath.may be cured as follows, a trade ever beW. He sm want us to thou ill brought world a of treasure begin to creep along the board toward
blow no matter what the cause: Three hours believe that he is a chili G.-, but he is Y'1 a He ha I tie 'interesting
:4 for Louise, with whom everybod the Cordier. of Peru and hili. to His fuet. Besides! the Same. To make race more -
was bound to sympathize. But Mr! Tie potato farther north 1 after breakfast a teaspoonful of the following just but I full am of a imprfectons. than I do he not is know now. unlL-i, taken tho care of thousands who were ,various obstacles are placed across

Blunt was dissatisfied with the qualitywel than the highlands of Bogota in Colom- mixture: Chlorate f>f potash, two Oftentimes Jret very bttr ,ad he talks co 1 L'ourage.forlorn 0 as Christian you, a-id soul.he has I never think that lotaca after the board, and the fastest snails sb to

a quantity of her own sympathy. bia, and it was there that one of the drachms; sweetened water, four ounces; little about Christ and s much about him-- all there may be some chance for you, for the i speak) are burdened with -pvlleU of ,
seems"sai-1 neighbor h) hart three American civilizations had its wash the mouth occasionally with the self. I am very glad t testify that this i a treat Advocate rises to make his plea h<) clay. ft -

.' J pened in"to talk it over-"it get ns thJj [namely, that called by tbe Spanish root mixture, and the breath will be as sweetas : bad man."World with the and says: "I admit all that ha been This sort of thing may do to amuse a
iL 'Louise the \l an infant's. Stop, O eye n.;ainst my client. I admit all these sins, aye whose time bcary on
hear rumor, and rushed querors the Mysca nation. Its people hard I fear you are too much interested ;i Frenchman
hear but look at that woanded 01 '
'.': to & to know' the truly spoke a language called Chibcha, whichis In cerebral exhaustion, active muscular trial to give impartial evdence I more mine,;and look at that other wounde.had !. 1m hands; but the best excuse for it

::' and when it was verified she wct| now extinct. But vocabularies have exercise in reasonable amount and Let all those who hear the tstly fnd at my ri;ht foot and at my !fot By tint rye heard is a verse, supposed to

straight into bystercs and confess been preserved, and they revealed the variety may be allowed and enjoyed; in witness between know that these there two is parties.a 'family-Jbere 'I ill these wounds I plead for his come from the snails themselves. Here

: ; that they had engsgec( fact that the ancient people of Bogota i spinal exhaustion, relative, and in some quarrel been a Count all the dro's of my tea Count it is: '

Of course the Sauire adopted'her into ta cultivated the potato extensively, and cases absolute rest is demanded, or only away h varc. a btwe'J t' .f('ill Hon the of drops Bjthlehe of my"n.blood.by the By sweat the of Geth-- Our motto is "Festina lento," _

I_"., family at once. They bought her mourfj..\. ogc er see had produced several varieties. passive exercise for a shorter or longer on the witness stand bum -.- I teznane. by.the sufferings of the cross I de And it's better than ten out of twenty; fl

ing, the very best, and I dare fay they,1. with the tender words he time, as may be, according to special del of truth ab U '.. I lad that he co freo. On ti arm he hath For the later you startand who the is slower beaten you go,
, ,give her Aleck's property-you know had spoken. Could' it be that he had peculiarities of the individual.A must membering take it that wt. '. -le to th heart he flown; in my h The- sooner know you'll! yon

had a fortune from his own mother, the not cared? Why, then, hid he spent his How Horses Rest. correspondent of the Lanret says: trudge good. 0 Wo1to. hath b wae. ;on hin my tro righteousness free. I am the' -SLAfcAofcu.-

.. Squire's first wife last evening ashore with her? He hal "Horses can get some rest standing," ISA few years ago, when in China, I became I and the hard he 7 ram:Let. Lt escape the lah I took the I -
"Have you heard that John refused to left early, to be sure, saying he must said old trainer recently, "providedthe !I! acquainted with the fact of the na 1 tit dow ,"r 'T : 'Let the cup him, I Ruin of a Once Profitable Business.

believe it a fsU"asked )1 rs. Bunt pack and be off by daybreak.: Ha d he j i position a be reasonably easy, but no .. tives when suffering with facial neuralgia i Te snd. Who witness I..lt tfioq., :t.C irank Df life it for to I the have dregs.worn Put the on crown him the of crow She (to young poet)- 'U'How much do

"Yes; ,'a a ltte stiff at ; he gone from her to Louise? The bough of full rest except umbent. I is knownof using oil of peppermint, which they What i yo bane a! .J ODef w Over,:.against, my cross of shame tOl st h you get for your poems; .Charley!" '
,never liked Louise, you know." i,: scarlet berries he had given her that I some horses that they lie downin lightly applied to the seat of pain witha born ? a yo doing beh ,". throne. of, triumph. Charley (with pride>*-"Pironi two to ;
*"It teems t me I shouldn't want to niirht had hung in her room ever since, the ltl though if kept in pasture camel-hair pencil Since then, in my I says Conscience, w born i hv! five dollars." '
'take if'on done. I where her would see on waking. in this I, came dow befriend this man; lve the on both sides have isn't that little .
trust as eyes i .I they rest habitually a recumbent -I I own practice, employ with him, I have instructed him.-1 Wen cone amy more thing retaain- She-"Well, very' ,
should want to see they\'e his own Tv.e frt time she was able walk across' position. It is well to consider I I I oil as a local anesthetic, not only in neuralgia I warned him I showed him the right and ;ing, and that is the awarding of the judgment. Charley? I see that Sir Walter Scott got '

. handor something confirmatorynot just the after her illness' she took it'I whether the habit has not been forced but also in gout, with remark- the won advising him to take the one and If you have ever been i a. courtroom ten thousand dollars for one of hs.n! ,
'her woid for it."' i down and threw it upon the open fire; upon the horse by some circumstance I ably good results.-Health and Home. eschew the other: I have kdlOl a great you know the silence and solemnitywhen Charley-"Yes, but you see writing "

.... "It seems to me it would be a tremendous -j indeed, she took out all of his letters for 'connected with the stall he was rmde to p light i his soul; with a whip srion, the verdict is about t b rendered or poetry.isn't: the business it used to be. -

cruelt to turn a deaf ear to her at I|' the same purpose, but put them back ,: occupy, in that it had a muddy eaith I II Exhausted Muscular Power.Br. have have tre snrge cheer his him when doing soul the judgment on trial, sh about t b gyen Abutthi b 1 There's too much competition."-New .

such and refuse believe her : again not strong enough to abandon | floor, or one made dilapidated plank! I II > right;. yet 1 a compelled t lot? I above around, bnet York Sun. .- ; ... .
itory." I' them all at once. uncomfortable and offensive to the horse Porret has published some very on the stand to-day that be 'ha AH the universe cries: "Hearl Hear! -
"Yes," agreed Mrs. Blunt. 4Better I I I that had been accustomed to select his curious instances of exhausted muscularpwe. rejected my mission. Oh. 1 The judge rises and gives th decision, He Always Courted Short Girls.* -

be cheated to the last than lose the'I but it .. bed in the If the horse Of course, the cramp many CUp life have I pressed to bis Iks never t be changed, never t b revoke I dcu't well
It was summer at Haven, was own pasture. wrier's I that down and how often ha hi "There therefore now n t "Harry, get along very
.' blessed hope of truth,' an some poet 4 i, not summer in Betty Le Breton's heart. can have the privilege of selecting his In point; but are "pro stood with his hard heel on the b1e ling them who are in Christ J ei5" with Amarintha.** -.

'. says." I 11 think she rememlered other Junes, I own position for resting on his feet, he fessional movements" other than wri. hear of the Son of God! It pin very "Tho soul that on Jesus' hath leaned for N "You quarrel, do you?"

It was a few days after these astonishing whose were no whose can sleep ,standing; but while his ing which exhaust the powers of mlh Christian that man I have, and to yet testify 1 in behalf: this of I will pose,I will not desert.: to his foes; 'No. Maybe she thinks I'm too tardy
e\enti that Miss Le Breton .Tunes that had muscles may a certain degree re- who use them. Violinists lose the'poweiof mu not Harry, can tell -
Betty wool< were no greener- Him who will in no wise guilty, say That though all hell should endeavor to ia proposing. Say, you .
} ., ., returned from vacation at the moun- i burrowed something of their charm from 1 lazed and get rest in that position, whatI manipulating the strings with thei that this Christian man has done wrong. He sn t me how long girls ought to be courted!" -

tins, without having heard of the dis; her own like the moon I ca be said of the bearings at the joints? left hand, and violincello players has. been worldly. He has been neglectfuL I'll never, no never,no never forsake." "Joe, I can't. I've always courte" -
hilesthat recumbent the nut" with their left thumb; He done a thou-and things ought not But friends,there is coming a day 01-
atrr that had overtaken the Fanshawes. shone She was Without relief through the "making ba h my short oueal'-Phifttdelvhia Call. .. -
rowed the to have done nnd left thousand trial iu which not only the saint but the
"When I married she aidin the of the old at her | the joint surfaces are force compositors cease to have power over sin ; ? ;
a trying to 0fng one songs position things he ought have done. That will do, ner tnust appear. That day of will -
!. "enthusiasm of a first acquaintance with piano one twilight-songs she had sung to bear a we ght varying from stick; tailors can no longer sew, and Conscience. t can sit dow very gjddoolThe farmer ta be cme* LITTLE Borto* boys can buy pie with ;

the mountains, 44I hhall take my wedding with Aleck in their drives through the 1,000 to 1,800 pounds. This must actunravorably even nail makers can at 'last no longer The third witness I call in the case is an plcgh merchant will be in the counting- postage Btajagk Whear'.theyhaven't -, .

t, tour through the hills in buggy; its I woodland aisles, where they had lover especially upon the complicated use the hammer. It is sagaciously sug. angel of 01 Bright and shining one.what will be ringing his ave' any stampffof their own they steal them -
that in view of this disastroui doest ? What best thou fay on the hickories, the weaver have his ,
hoofs ) t
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gested w
just enchantment. Any letter for me, i to linger; but the sobs choked her, ad strcture3 have igainst this man on trial "Ob." says the foot on the trealle, manufacturer from theif employe This ,
Aunt.Elen' Any news?" the tears crowded and jostled each other which nature int"nded should have state of things everybodvXuould a. wisel, "I have been a messenger t him and will be walking amid tha of cours4, bufJiJttBj.Boston boys must .' -

Oh dear-yes_toomuch. I j in her eyes; and suddenly, when the last i periods of rest each day.--JYc/7/ Yerk second calling to fall bick- upon when hive guarded faim. I, have watched him. b.of loom;and tha a of flying ma-, havern4. : *

I. -, c '* write you because I: didn't want jl i vibration of the notes bad ceased, a voice I Jai and EZT, the,first gives' out, 1{ / w -4 $

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fog:wUhinJ.be' enclosure was built in 1726, j being much lesi expensive. We will that Bradford county is too far north for PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .. _, -.r '
and is ontth1dcst: building) now gladly refund money. 1f' satisfaction: is not t the successful growth of omnges. The ------ --- ------- --- : -- --

tarw 1! vicinity 1 It is claimed (given lder part of it has been set eight years. C031EJI I.h. PJ5EK, C '
't : PUBLISHED WELYATth at tht_> fa the largest and most THE INDIANA CHEMICAL Co.. Your correspondent recently visited it ;
.- 1- b5ghly-J ;/ church .yard in the Crawfordsville, Ind. and inspected it carcft lIy. In the fifteen ATTORNEY-AT-LAW RP
5Sj 4 8;D. MOORE. ;- w orld.- .fi.f 5"-'" WrnlQ1l
half dozen
there trees
icres are perhaps, a TARY
S "- .' r The Intrusion of uninvited guests at with patches of !ark which were frozen
I J Editors and Proprietors, 'i
:. ; society entertainments in Washingtonhas R. year ago but not a tree was l killed and STVUKI, HU.VDFOKD COUNTY FLORIDA. rShll1( IPry ( ods 'Stole

'; Starke, FaM) Feb. 5, 1887 during the past year or'two been the Conducted by the W f;. T. U. not a dead tip is now visible or has ever ABSTRACT Spc.cially.Atstracts OK .'TITLE and Real Es.tnto -

source of much annoyance to persons of Starke.AIRS. been removed. It is on high pine land, l.iw a furnished showing every Deed.IortfTnlTe .

: / rail PIPElS o:."''''' Geo.n having such entertainments in charge. and has never received one cent's worth of Lieu Tax S\le.: Judgment Atachinent F.rjA. .

= =rb This nuisance reached the climax at the commercial fertilizer. True the trees do t ;; : and all mattel's of PuNic t '

<1!> ; Chinese Minister's ball. which was -held: J. W. ADAMS, Editrees. not make a rapid growth; iu fact they Hecord & file tfectinlJ' Titles of Real Estate to- ::1' Lltll --. .- I 1

.. ', at the residence The Price oa Bu.liel of Corn in Bradford county. }Florida up ;.
Ti4sypr.: ,_ birthday comes legation on Wednesday fall quite below the idea of many growers Abstract..

.. OB Jd&y UD' day on ,Mon avening Although but 700 tickets of r The following Is an ingenious ajid interesting in this respect; but they are sound as date i cmft : aUti n'

WI ", "''f-pr I FrldaylIe'bior. Invitation had been ; article bushel of Headquarters for FIRE INSURANC E t 1Y
t .. $ ; issued more than tracing a corn a pitch pine, tough as a. grubby knuckled

F' .... WJlay' 0 fourth ot'm L crowded themselves into the apart from the field\ to the bar where it i is dispensed boy. Most of them have dense heads like Globe representing Co. the Liverpool & London&, : ( O a4 :

r [ .XRIJ.4&1.;,, on It is probable that all entertainments HS whisky at so much a drink. a cabbage; one of them retained its leaves ; __ (

;*1V b E : hereafter given, tickets of admission The bushel of corn costs the m'in who grows I after the great freeze of last winter. I oods
I wspaper eubscribed for.ddJ M. C. JORDAN. )1ttCt& :
i_ -. ...' low, to the house it eu- will be issued, to be presented at the it 30 ('ent When he g
1-i 1Jm ''''.''.''', through. which the inF" door. buys it back as a whisky cork,tail it furnishes but they are all there. and, so l long as the anJ Conielor at Lai ) GEN AND B YS' HA TS, BOOTS ANDSHES I I

4,, The him two drinks for his 30 Attorney
just cents
: JMteI 6utpon lovely prospects. rejection\ by the Senate for a second present system of cultivation is continued AND FINE

.nd UjclRntilight: of noble lire stream in. time of the nomination of Mathews The distiller takes the original bushel of they will stay there unharmed, while k CLOTHING. c !

i No family should, ever )be. without the: has occasioned a great deal of comment, corn and converts it into 17 quarts of f other fed rank with hot fertilizers and Solicilor in Equity.JACKSONVILLE. : -:::::::::-:: -": '
r TARKE TELEGRAPH, and we are gla4 to; and there is much conjecture as to the whisky for which service he gets $1.70 managed; I by all the fatuous and fantastic -

MY very few arc la this city. course that the President will now The governmeat puts on a tux of 80 centsa systems, of ,which the invalidism and: YLORIDLpractice -

; sue in the matter. As yet be has gi putLi gallon. which brings the bushel of corn braincrack of Florida health resort aie; f
t 'ADVERTISING Win In HI the State and Federal OonrU. Time
:, no intimation as to his intentions. up to $5.85. By the time the whisky getsto capable are liable to be destroyed by a Refers to the editor of this paper. l<'rst-c1JWl ( THE 5'C

frequently men say to ui, ''I don'tJcnoyr II. the retailer's bar its quantity has been freeze even less severe than that of last /action ville. Savannah: and New York niataxm 1 art I -
furnished if desired.J.
___ ,hat advertising does doubled dilution and ensacola
me any good. ARBOR DAY.rovialoni by otherwise so thatit year.It -

1 ._ _:: And Mds assertion p base4 upon the fact represents 8J gallons of liquor furnishes IS Just as well to recognize the fact T. WILLS.Attorney Taking Cincinnati. .6.3. 18ArL _
m j.Uat they have been u' abe to trace any: P for It. Observance by the 210 drinks at 15 cents each. Thus the that depot. St. Louis Louisville and .e 8 12,30,""0 p a r m. .LoUiSViIlO. .<',am" (llBon i

art1cu1'i1aa4, on' ,directly to their'Advertisement Public School SO cents' worth'of corn bicomes $40.30 many other words:! have become anglicized, at Law, ', 8,23 n m. .Nashville. .7,15 pm" 1
;* Bj that as it may, Pier e OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OK ) worth of driuk.-Jax Herald. and that the pronunciations daypo Saint t 5:25 p m.Birmingham..11.0.. am \ BENEFIT -

is and ind1rec benefit upon which all] PUBLIC INSTKUCTION, }{ A Louie, Louieville are neither flesh fowl STARKE, FLA. 4' 9,20 P m. .Montgomery.. .G.5o a m615pm '
Startling Fact
Houston a m A 1I
January 8, 1887. ) Le .
.. financial bnLsbasedand: this especial i I knew nor good red herring. Will practic! 15 all the Courts tt UM 401 u4 8iJudlcUJI 625 Orleans. .ltlOam" SOCIETY.OF 1t I
Mr-- i a gentleman once who marrica l p m. .4N'eW .
in tpirM.where: ajgrowjh-ln' population SP. Cupuitu.! I .4,45am"
.. .
j IB ftTdettderalum.: .Tfo'urthlnb:'; .- County Superintendent of Schools I. a sweet and lovely girl. She was very _ -- I 1:50: EaSt.a m.} .Mobie. Going \Vest. NEW YORK.

: BEAK SIB-His Excellency Gov. E. %: devoted to him and when she discovered. Goig ROUTE 3
Jug of chanj$8grour ,place of residence, J3R.IU1tL4AX: : } GULF '
his dissipated habits. she endeavored to MAKE MONEY. EX. No. 233 Broadway New
youwouldaJ0o0eek information concerning'Hir :. Perry. has issued his Proclamation for an ATLANTIC EX GUL York. )
shield him. Whenbe stayed out at night, Le.-Pensacola. .Ar p'm 1
Arbor Day, setting 5
apart Wednesday, the Fortunes yearly made by successful
i8 :which, thought opper ni .
Me you she would send the while in und oil .. 5: 5 Milton 10,08pm : & ', and Tress
9th of servants to bed ators stocks grain Tli sc investnientH a P.tent :
Ot coinf Jfyw foand s paper published day February next for that pur frequently pay from f 500) to$-,',OO: )or more F. J. FIELD 6,55 a m..Chaflins.. .. .. 9,20pm A. L.SOULARD WM. D. CHANDLER. 1'C
waited and watched for
I desire to call she him ; and then; on each $ll in that plMB i iroiild pose. your attention and ;; I 7:55: .Lake .8,18 p m
: ,.Man }U columns} that of the Board of Public-Instruction to in her night-dress; and a pair of slipperson reliable borresponUents wanted. William K.; Is now Milled permanently in Starke and ta ready : 802am a 0.. .. .Argy Ie. .. .JlOpm V I'rrs.idents:
Richards Bunker an broker 3 s, 40 and t:
toseeifyofort :JeCUJe re tbe com do Plastering, KalsmUnlnz or :. A. QUINTARD J. F
to say MORSE.
. .
:' < the Governor referring to the participation her feet she would glide down very, Broadway :N. Y. Paper iricJwork built; perfect craft am;. . .- p I
of We 83
iidK/Wlound that"every .
LOANS. .Chlpley..7. j'IIECTt'Rs:
warranted Woodwork pm
\ which the gently and let him in. andl r.uton Iuarantcd "
.. ranch"of tgade mr well represented: you public schools shall take : Charges moderate. Estmatl glvcn Jm . Iarianna . .6, pta A. G. GOOD
: 955
.. in the observance of the day. One night he came home late. Tin 1 to 4 per cent per annum; 3 months to a lifetime by the day or : LT. .
wonld bifrfrjiiBjt:_.pore Sap to select thatplace. in bed. in duration on good security.INVESTMENTS.. l0,53am..1VCI Junctn..5. p m l'ill"nt11. Rank Note Co..New Tort '
future'home. It is desired that you notify each! teacher servants were The house had :a F. R. & N. **o. 0. D. BALIWIN.

uyo. in charge of a school front (dour then a marble vestibule and NOTICE. 10,25 m .. .Starke . ..2.47 a m
Beside, .jprhere would this city )havefeeen&daylfit throughout your p President Fourth Xati" nal Tank, New York
county that the day will be spent in the than an inner door. She opened the one, Six weeks after hte 1 will apply to the Through Pullman Sleepers. It. CARMKN: COMIMIS: .

a bad not been for the stepped ufion the cold marble and :; will secure one Crunswick 20-Thaler Bond 1 honorable Joseph U. Richard County to Pensacola, mobile and Pre.
planting of trees and opene idcrt Fie IUA, ('u..
and New
shrubs. the
replanting .) and Italian Red Cross of Rver.Junctio Exchansr York.
newspaper? The simple fact is that 'Io. one bond the flex Judge the County of.'rdford. State .1
of those which failed in the outer door. The drunken husbanc rtniemption of winch soon takes place. Every I A. hOl-L.\lI( !),
the for
of Florida of administration
: on
printer ink has made the what it Icte"rs Palace coaches be.
place bond of day .
in four train
.. .is and ink planting of last year. in and around their] entered, seized her by the shoulders, paiticipates, and has more than redemption ono chance dl'lwingsannually to OD-: the estate of Hayes late of the Through Jacksonville and Pensacola. Pr id.-nt SrerlniR,e rl tv>., Xew York '
must constantly keep tain premium of from &!u.0(0to(( of Bradford decease. This tween E:. A. ), 1n'
grounds. swung her round opened the inner door.quicldy a :jtlXKOiO.) (( a s County application via Baldwin Tallahassee ql'IXT.i
}t it will interest the investment and the Junction Ala., '
growing. or not grow. But there on Bonds at all 1 will be made the o
That an hour or more be devoted I to passed through and locked it times are worth their face value and must beredehmed upon request and Pensacoia. \:. I>. SNO\V .

js a direct benefit whether you see it orjsot suitable before his wife could enter. She wouli l b.r their reopecthe Kovernments, the the largest creditor Tickets on sale at al principal ticketoffices L Secretary Am. l.o.ui an : Tnt I'a.., New York.
land exercises s<:tting'forth the iii a- Hams as our United States government bonds. Dec. Jo. 'SO. V. J. SHIPMAN.
A said to last
and I
agent us year, No blanks. No, risks to all points northwest. IENIy G. F
of not speak or cry out. lest she should disgrace whatever nnd hundred: iWI .tX. '
"I can't sell anything without advertiseJng portance planting, as to its relations of opj-ortuniti of repeniption. with) vrt'miumlirangin F C. SIIEPARD .
Of 1'ort*'r Jt Co..
.. /" Do you ask the reason? It is this. to climate health and beauty of the the her husband before the servants.In one of the from largest10( to premiums.100,000500,000( S'J:) will) Lire secure beinjr on L. C. HULL, \V D C1IIPLEY, Gen. Pass. g". WM.p. FLI4LEJ. BrIS XIYor .;
morning she was found with hf
A liberal use of printer's (pk has made country, the home, the, church and the r of these- I.nJstur the nest redemption. Gen. Supt. With II. B. t'Ufin ('0., New York.
school. .'ft.. ""* night-dress drawn under her feet chrouch Remit $:3 by Money order draft. refristere< and BUILDER, &
:florid the best known State in the union ... ? 'J L. letter os express. Balance payable in monthly co'rUAtToi HESRY 1$. I'lHUfK, <

.and advertising will make Starke the best( .Juourjill.pleM, feport to meat: this ing in the (corner almost chilled to death installments U. S. government bonds oil IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD COUNTY., or nuttliint-ou. I''rc.: it Co...New York. ,
payments. Address for circulars, STARKE FLA.TIAVS
Known city in Florid Now, give usyour place arsoon as possible the nuntber of On her doath-bed she; told her father al G. W. frfet'/r. bunker, li Broadway X. Y. etc FLORIDA. E.: D.WIIKELKIS.; M. !>., Cit '

about it, or the circumstances would n'er. Jones Attachment. Sum sworn JJu-li'-al Director.New
schools participating the number of; and specification furnished upon ap William ) York
> advertising cards, and take five -
ten, children have been known. There is much that i is : plication. Carpenter work of all kinds solicited: vs }{-to $178.27. Damage:
"' and the
present number of ONLY
I or twenty copies of this paper for gratuitous trees IN CiBCt'iT {:omT. BRADFORD COViT4TH CmcriT and promptly executed. Owen Owens ) $36.5. TWELVE ASSESSMENTS a
: well
never known. as as a vast am-anl of 1
that I ,
planted I'I.A.
circulation among friends abroad I may give the observance ? The Defendant other have let n levied fn>ui.lt81* to ISbG.
your i: misery and degradation that does Robt. M. Smith 1 1vs rf lay Ldze No. 10 J. persons averaging : :
and WI we will make you almost equally of the day the prominence it may- deservein crop. I V O. O. F. Meets every }'rJ I- interested arc hereby requited to appear thri-c' a year arid I.making the cost .:
out an.I which is in its '. E. E. :Smith. 1 !, the declaration filed in the
my report to the Governor and the startling realil L, lay night at Odd FeUows'Mlall. I and plead to
well known within a year and all the pext : for asses' i.ients to a of 40 of
Legislature.It -John B. Cough. It appearing; to the court that the defendent in Transient broter above entitled cause on or before the lal years Ri

money we receive we will use in improving ---- the above cause. E. E Smi,h rt-sirU without thl'Htate L. C. him, cordially E. THOMAS invited first Monday of April. 1887; otherwise age t lemi/'iuifii'('.' tolfr'tr for tacit $I.
is of Fla, to Wit in :Mead\illfin
expected that the STILAWHERRYCOLON : Srate of
the County Superintendents Y. Secretary. entered default. 00 )
paper. 'I Pennsylvania. It i is or.It're.1. that sai-l defendent Noble Oran judgment will be by ofin.nirunce.
and the Board of Public Instruct- i do appear and plead answer or demur to the Bill i. COMER L. PEEK "ID

k. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. tion will use their best endeavors 1 The Coming Crop-Railroad Retreiiciueiit filed"in this Cause on the first monday in January Itrndfrd Ldce No. 42 F.mid Plaintiff's A ney. SbFONDR F CIRCULARS.
to A.HI. lor
bring A. I'. 1&!.. and that this order be published \ Htg'ularcommunicatouss ''ud: '
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 2, 1887. about excellent results. -A. Sound Orange Crop. in the Florida Weekly Telegraph a newspaper ( and.ourth. Saturdays Starke Fla.. Dec. 9th. &6. Dec. 11.3m. '

fo the Editor of TQX TXLEORIPH: (Special Qorrespouce of Tnuea-Union.) published in said county for four weeks. K. HUNTER J. M, JOHSSt .
Respectfully]) JAMES: BAKER. Secretary. M.DIP5 I
Seldom has the general public manifes L IWTKY, January: lIThe r-f Nov. 13th 1AA1i. Judge. 11
growers I
,ted so active an interest in ALBERT J. RUSSELL !). ORDER OF RED MEN ;
the proceedings Superintendent Public Instruction* Bradford county have reason to congratulate ---- NO CURENO! PAY I 8

: of the Supreme Court of the United themselves A UEWA11DOP8100 OSCEOLA TRIBE No 1, FLA.-Council ;
on having netted abou. 23:! ._
States SOMETHING ABOUT ORANGES. Fires kindled each "Wednesday's Sleep I
as during the progress of the argu. cents a quart. while others in the State Whereas! a most foul aDd unwarranted mura t their Wigwam Starke Fla. JOHNSON'S CHILL AND FEVER atflhi

pient in thetelephone] cases during the average less even down to ten cents in der was committed Bradford county. Fla. on Transient Brothers cordially invited to.atend. TONIC Is & for CHILL ASD
the the .
There is just at this time a standstill in night 0 f 20th of December A. 1) JhW. in pitvcSpei11c
past week. This was more especially one locality 6t least. There is as'much in the killing of Ricnard Llvd. colored by shooting J. O. 1..lEs.I I FEVER, BILOtS FEER. and an "Dl.O
noticeable on the orange market. The quotations East him dead in the house of J. B. Crews.It ANTIDOTE for Malarial Poison.
Thursday at which
time and West selling well as in growing well. is hereby ordered l by the Board of County tachem .
I are $1.25 to 1.73; for russets WILLIAM LAKE
Mr. Ljsander Hill CommNsioners that the l'ount.will. GIABA.NTEE.Go
began his Letters pay one
argument and from have been received from the hundred dollars reward for the Chief of Records.Is -
$2.50 to box apprehension
for tho Overland $3 per for the best your Druggist and demand the return
and People's campanies. New York and conviction of the the t
party committing
of fruit. dealer who handled our mur of money if JOHN-SON'S CHILL AND FKVBH
The room, was uncomfortably crowded quality strawberries last that he has der. Done in open session January A. Ith. 1887. CIRCUIT COURT, BRUWOUD COUNTY TONIC does not do all that is claimed for it. Ever -U.- ...dy1bdain
year completed CROSIIY.
The Florida the
Fruit. Exchange received dealer is instructed to return money
.i with curious spectators every available about arrangements for shipping the Attest: Chairman B. Co. Coins. I'I.omuA. application, whenever the medicine fails to cure
2.000 boxes today H. F. YORK. Thomas V. Porter case of Chill and Intermittent Remittent
being occupied while within ) Attachment. Sum any Feve.
space the Clerk
ind Circuit Court and
It i crop. is now engaged co structing Exofflcio Clerk ,or Bilious J
*ray "was assembled of $ estimated by well-informed per. and Auditor for the B. of Co. Coins. vs [- sworn to $350.67. in Florida
an array legal talent Seventy Druggists dunng
refrigerators to bught.
sons that at least 700,000 boxes employed in this busi i. Owen Owens. J Damages $701.34. 1885, 80 of FeverJledieine.
; such as has seldom congregated i in a court oranges ness. His Writes! from IN COCSTY COMMISSIONERS: COURT January 3nd L gross. We th snd Ci =,
have agent us South The Defendant and all
'of justice. P ot. Elisha of already been shipped this season 1N87.Resolve. other persons A. E.Phillips& Bro..Sanford, I relieves COThPVO ci
Qray, .tmge.
Chicago. from the State, and from 200,000 to 800- Florida that the uct'age in (that section of that from the first day of .lanuarv A. i interested are hereby required to appear W. W. Walker, Cworvie. F af Q )
and Prof Bell and his father were present 000 the State has been overestimated. He I). 188"! that HO moiithiv allowance I be !pail to and plead to the declaration tiled in the W. A. Bawls. Talahs. \ Ou B. .1
more are in the Stats- paupers in this: county, <>nd that all above entitled Pearce& ony"
during the argument and took persons Fe.iuiriIIg Cause, on or before the Jackvie ",and
an G
had b
Rumor comes from New York formerly. I estimated it, upon the rep- countr aidreDort to the Board of County first of Holt's Pharmacy f i Trad& ..
active interest in city that either Monday April, 1887; otherwiliejudgment Ed. Ocala, 't Cm.aC
the proceedings. Mr. rescutaUtiol of II Commissioners in pel'son or by proper Delouest "' ,a
Hill there are now 50,000 boxes there waiting kUiegrowers themselves, at proof as to their condition at Lake Butler on the will be entered by default. Randell Pope Madison, '* > .. .
asserted that Prof. Bell had, duringthe for rise ia four hundred acres, but he computesthat first :\Ion"ain ..af'llllJonth at which time the COHEU L. PEEK. Welsh t Agar AI1ny, Ga... i&0a C. tnre"of.Jc. i.ir.j l
time that his application for a price, and before that rise I Board will he in session, wlwn arrangements will F. B. McRue, J \p. J tLb.A.
a for Uo .
patentwas comes there will be about 30 it will not exceed two hundred, he made at the poor farm for their care. Attorney Plaintif. R. Thomas, Jr.,ThooiasviUe, "*. l
upon file in the Patent Office surreptitiously per cent which is only about double the A. CROSBY Starke. Fla., Dec. 9th 86. lec. 1. 1. -Foa SALE BT- 1,
lost of
by decay, etc. acreage Attest: Chairman B. Co. Corns. B. Co. -'
obtained -
'.- : knowledge of the Lawteyalone. II. F.YORK. J. W. MASON & CO., OIL
ll Good .
I oranges can be purchased in the Clerk of tlie ,
contents of a caveot filed by Prof. Elisha'Gray. Circuit Oourt and Ex l
and had changed the city from retail. dealers at 20 cents per A resident of South Florida himself a offlcrer Clerk and 1 Auditor for the B. of Co. Corns. Orange College, Jan 30 SG-ly STA.RKE FLA.NEWGBUGSTORE. Earth for.Pain," ";
dozen.A I strawberry grower and shipper, was hereto -4STARKE' F'LA. Will relieve more quickly than any .
ao as to include ?r. Gray's invention as day visiting Colonel DU.3I.S. BENNETT known temedy.ursIgiaSwellingsBruisesBurnh. Rheumatism I IDe
Sheipman and ,
; his own. The sensation created large quantity of West India limes I Opens Sept. 6, 1886. and ten othe
by have arrived in the city. Herald. the two gentlemen took a thorough. survey respectfully informs the citizens ofStarkc and months with vacation Christmas week. I ,
1 charge of fraud, implicating not only the of the Lawtey \'idnitthat he has tiken rooms at the Hodges. ScaIfe,CutsLnmbagoSoresFrost-
integrity of Prof. Bell, but requiring in Wilder ne. ; tor admitted that he had never elsewhere House for mtHlic.il the i.urp.aOf aid to consultation those afflicted and with rtndormg Prof. 0. P. Young teacher of Natural Science. S bit Toothache M,Backache, Wound, Sold Headache all, Dia
A i confirmation that The dreary winter (RON IC DISEASES! suchns pulmonary. Bron and the Normal Department. Prof. : by
officials days will I
government soon be seen in Florida fine Hop Price 25 Cents Bottle.
as a set of plants as chitis. Heart;, I.iver. Sromich. Dropsy and kins teacher of the Clasic Higher 1 DtiU3t3. a .o
should have violated their sworn duties over and the green leaves with the beautiful we have here. I that the Unclers. SjH'cial c.ttt'r.Timiwn, to the treatment ics, Ac Prof.Y.. T. TOuson. teacher of Intrtittuital U- c: ,
of office wild flowers maysay Lawtey of WOMKX and Children. Office flays and Vocal music and Elocution. :Miss ; lotcreatlu l:: Eiperlcuces.Thrill !
can Gill
imagined. Mr. Hill soon appear. berries have tho reputation in New Yorkof Thursday. }<'I'i.laand Saturday (If each we k. :Mary B. Brown, teacher in the intermediate Deturtment. : Dealer of
was. however interrupted in his. The farmers are repairing their Consultation FREE: II ill fix e one call FREE for Miss Ellen Davis teacher in the C'amer on Furniture '
argll'ment fencingand being the cleanest received in thaI I Consultation in the citv. I Primary Department.TUITION. I E Ga.. tells his thus:

by Justice :Miler} who announced getting ready for another crop. We market. One reason for this is that, Jan. 15It PER MONTH. L5- C Columbs. rears I have t eXferieRce.evet &

\ that under the rules no patent could be feel hopefql of a good crop this year. mulching is abundant, in the piney woods Primary $lJO; Intermediate: Higher 3; Collegi.ite : ;kr on the market for Stomach Kidney dE.D,

attacked for fraud in the Supreme Court The past freeze has killed some oats ) OF INSOLVENCY.: 4; Instrumental music: $-1; use of instrI Disordfls, hut got no Idic. until I used
on about
here and it is for practice SO cts. music
liberally applied. / ; Voal hollies and
., unless puch' issue had been made in the the highland. which the berries : Is COUXTY CornT BIIAPFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA.Whereas ,. I lessons 50 cents; Elocution >s lessons:cass; J. J. IELI41Y.MANAGER ElectriCBitte1. .e
prevents from becoming Art $.J; All tuition payable monthly. am nptcured and think Electric BiUr 1
Courts belav. The discussion Their will be but little I Henry W.
which followed cotton plantedin sanded. Epperson Administrator Best Purifier in the -
AND the Blood
> I estate of4i. W. ,
Is said to have constituted the most this country. owing to the low prices It appears that the F. R. and N. Company of uiiil county, having Kppcrson filed in the deceased office of late the: I With the Principal $S3 per week payable weekly, Pure Drugs and Medicines. Toilet Articles MajcIL B Reed c.J West Lilx>ity. Ky., ]

\i brilliant legal skirmish which has ever It will pay us to raise cotton at 25cts, but County Judge of said county a written sutristioaof -: not incuding washing and ironing. IRd tic Bitters for an old standingKidmysifettion &
are retrenching expenses somewhat.The the insolvency of said estate. Notice is cOI'elientnd pleasant very Perfumery, Etc., Etc. a1"' : "Nothing has
.' taken placp within the Supreme Court when it gets to 18 and even below that section here has herebygiven t been ElectricBittet'i4I'ltI
;chamber. The we had better raise lengthened I nature Whatever agahit said estate to tile the I The school is pleasantly situated, and St 'rice STARKE, FLORIDA. ever :0 nn? so ml.h CCd as
prevailing is crab :
opinion !
that hay it bottle b
grass from same duly
about seven miles to eighteen the, authenticated in f he office of the healthy. ] at fifty cents a :1
the charges of fraud. have been ca.n be sold at 75cta: 100 and County Judge of said county on or 'before the tLlY. 4 ,
greatly per make Free .J J.!
force first 4 .0
section of
t hands has been reduced' ] 11th day of July A. D. 1&7, at which time a I I'hol months (posibly fve.) PHYSICIAN'S ; --
shaken if not overthrown. and that a more clear money than cotton we can to three. and their ,scaled down rata payment will be made to en di tors entitled pro I other Pupils counties In.lor Ii.! and over 21 }'eand old and CAREFULLY --.-' 10Co

great point has been scored for the Bell raise better bay at $i.00 per hundred than per cent. wages leu to the the said same administrator so far as the will assets then will he discharged extend and,, For Catal/uuc.must and l pay f i rther regulaj particulars rates. apply! I! -- --. COMPOUNDED- -,--_ _ _ : 4

Company. II the dealers sell from $1.00 to $1.35, Witness my name* as Connty JurUe, of said t G. P. }OUNO Principal. 1 -- ,.r :
yet My themometcr
\ The lots has registered 22 once County s the 8th day of January. I>. 3&,. ". J1
.... agricultural experimental station of farmers buy their hay. and 240 4 J. RIChARD,

bill was passed by the &pate on Thurs, Have you read Kents New Commetary the orange once.leaves but have not fallen one per o II.fter cent: of Jan. l.;), Cm. County Judge. I STARKE LIVERY STABLE.AND aUI foIc

..day. The bill directs the establishment of for young men and young ladies. if you the colde.t days we had I visited the A'kj-o!!r retailor fortlipJrnesteans' 83 Hho .

..n,41gricuHqral' experiment station" at have not, send your address to C. II. Kent. Ciinlian s..mo. iMirr..< recommend Inferior I 1hb
Sir. E. G Hill and carefully gOo.uiuor.fr t. makea lal'Jl"l'IlIoflt. This Is the I I
-each.of the Senate agricultural l colleges, Davenport Iowa for his price list, and noted the results. kuowleilce orlulnnlf.iSl heir: ,oc. b.- rni e of imitations which ao- FEED AND SALE STABLES, r .
-1 Very small ra ,an4 appropriates the annual sum of get two of the best little books ever pub and the build upon tloirputi! tiua of the original.
"ever .rA
caring peas" seemed to be Kane Ucuuhic uulean bearingibla Stamp, .
\$l5OoO for the maintenance of each pf lished to read after you have read The 1
pretty much done for. buteverything else,: JAMES BEAMS' .Aftene1Ar a.. S
.' zilch stations. The object and dqty qf Telegraph if you have been reading stories including McLane's litt'e Gem iY 0

the.stations is to 'conduct original and dime Novels lay them down Peas were Tr Gc:2ct:, 3 1 Ii .,
researches stop and practically unbar;. The celery looked; SHOE.Oarceleiirntc'd .

and experiments on the physiology think what you are reading. There are particularly well. Vr .?I

of plants and animals and the diseases agents working to get readers for story It is fortunate for the i\-cue.i In Durab-Htji, Comfurtdt DR U a
I I___%___.. to which they are severally subject and papers who never thing of the harm they writer to have a friend at letter 1 AUBUlcard lirlugyouln- \ i .94 "
court to-wit in
such other experiments bearing directly are doing, just. like the good old : thlaNOTICE ;1 I
Uje inetropolitan II .
upon thd agricultural industry as may\ be that makes the wine and sells to our country .-, l 8ti aaid proof-reader. In my I I foG
thaapta1t Burrin 1
deemed advisable" boys and after I ,. ,...,. was about .
.. they have been drunk I'- r il
s ,
.r Since the death Jtill -miWing.. and thnt it was ."TO* ._ 1- Bargain fi = J
of General Logan his they up pieir hands in holy") $ .-would contain in Mnsic. I I
75.000fred.er (
former chair and desk in the Senate cham horror of course we can't blame the newspapers First-l\s: tnurnouts This Favorit e Altum of
at all Sotjgg and
.. : doubtless fll'nished
., countaining anadi
ber have been heavily draped with crape. lor putting in. a, story now and 'bifl4 r U, pize thought hours day or night. popular music.tbirty.two. full pi.c of choice InL c ; ini f1h.

On Wednesday his successor Secator then they have to try to please' their ttawtet r. unworthy the town Terms Keasonable. Give us a trial piece words alld shet and piano Rize. with con
ment Is.
Farwpll, was introduced by his colleague readers and as some like stories they must from' the estimate of Shoes of ti.i rr'i.'u ta'td.ry: I h.-n rro.lucfs anr other n larger factory quMtltr In the ANDREWS & .\LYA HEZ. very attractive finely prte upn heavy paper accm sK g1ii
the ted f
:: and sworn in come in. .' pin letter. Thanks for the world.rea.oitIf Ihou-umlH w.i.i,;,. isrr. ilicin will]|t ll you the SUrke: titles of the 801 igs cove.and T folowing are the ti
-, .as a member of the Senate. : delicate. ..compliment.' Our friend will]I 8I1US JorUv yr.q t>;-AIpiit.oiii.Ua.Durability.k ri.- ) t t: MEA'. 2 f'll. Favozi Abul nI'a contne in I Do the I.B i i VI
The The 0 ;
; badges Dear j
mourning were removed fromthe B.T. XER. 'v "rr' iOngs of
Logan scat doubtless be pleased to leiirn that- -it- oeii.--.. Full lines of the aU'e slices for b.ilu in I" .' vE ".. q" the Little feec; RomeMother. Wakh z '
Rheumatism and mated that the A Practioner Blue Eyes: Ka Oh YouPety'Bue.eye Witch; i
Neuralgia Cnredln building will contain STA of Medicine for I the I"S
: [
Notwithstanding the widely published 2 Da)'.. twelve carloads of brick. TG. I thirty nine years, the last 19 years of which S/W ErKis. ; ing Old Kate; wont You Tt1 Bel I" I i JICII ;
((84.000)of) which
and was in the 'low 1e Garden Gate Ie-
very generally The city of the \Vavu : -
accepted statement Indiana Chicago and &
to in
the Chemical Co. have discovered eleven ((77,000)) have already been receiv ALVAREZ. he was which Among the lnmHndeils' Faded'Leave?: All .I
effect that engaged largely in
the remains of General .a compound which acts with truly ed. chronic the treatment (irntly, 11y pn .ttTKifcS1' Tough, the Horp; ; 18

Logan will eventually be.. removed to Chicago marvelous rapidity in the W. MAKKEXSJDEALKU diseases anti in the practice of shall Marry; DtettDhlngorjQfl. dryh"lkflock I' Sif E
cure of Rheumatism Q.KOKGE Gynaecology, .
for burial;it I also had occasion to mention the hum having now settled near. : Acros'the Sea: QIe Cottagen &: .s K r
now that there and btarke will Ago: Bacht'lor
appears ; I
Neuralgia. We guvaptee it ble open[ an office in Johns' Brick .Hal ; Good Night.
js a possibility of a change being made in to cure any and evgry case of acute Inflammatory pepper-grass. but this was printed -- Block. From 2 to 4 p. m. Wednesday &; ;'JenUe the Orchard'The; One Old Happy Barn Year LgiIiJJI

the original plans. The vestry of Rock Rheumatism and\ pepper. No doubt pepper lis a more use EXCLUSIVELY IS- Saturday of each week beginning on This tea very rel fineciVeotin pr 16 the Lkfl I };I I
( Neuralgia
Creek ful and important plant than cdnesday i6th. inst. and Rotten up in real vocal"
parish have curled :
tendered to Mrs. Logan in 2 DAYS and to give immediate relief pep PURE LIQUORS Firs', consultation will be lii in the us nat"pr. handsome 8tyle' ; .-.
a choice lot in the Rock where in chronic per-grass (Lepuliuiu ititum,) but if my free and all stored these.Si y and bought at a music .
the remains now repose in a beautiful On receipt cases of and 30 cents effect, a ir speedy two cure. friend here wishes to grow .. little of the -0- I! strict r cont enlal I and bought a!the a ;e hol.> I ]UwVSi'S'at 1flS; Wfluld "st a yoU great 5H.X 5enlct'We "{);' I L.. 1\r',T'.11 J.
private vault. The cemetery is located stamps we will send to any

about two miles from' I ought to be allowed to do so other house in tho \ [
the city limits and receipt for this at any city. !8oc postpaid for c uly_ ;1lme .
compound rate he does it. I. II irrely. ACIL1TSM. ?-.. I1FlI.b i'*" P.\p.\or.s. _V1
is in -
reality a church yard upon a large which can be filled I by your hom "' I I Country orders solicited. Price H. P. CULVER I .t: MP1RJNEWS CO.'I ? ,

scale. The grounds are elevated and dry. gist at small 1 cost We take i drug I I The orange grove of Dr. A. B. Bryan, upon application. li.t"l Syraeuye, St..31brclit-:; Zq>hyr.f.d 1 alLkioi <_ _

JiI v 1 I looks The old giving ,rhiyn Hi of is a fair sample of what may be done in Agent for LEMP'.S; St. Louis BottUt Contractor and Builder. I f.f antlciiae; r. : of .111''r1. h.-r.. I 1.
0 discovery to > .
the :
,---.T poss grown English,brio* cKurch\ sjand- putting it out as a pat{publicJ nt J ji Of North Florida and I gives the coup deymte Ut'f'T. 91-West Bay Street j I Iaesonit I 3 LANS and specification furnished on G 0 T 1111 tree] ,"fzi,, I:a."wln... -F(iii1- t.ell: 1 frJt. ;

i ine1Ic4 it forever to the stale \ami wo-nout falsehood { short notice .lob work kinds I 'b.i thcf.n: (ja....1..,.b .1 ITt tt.ti..>u to ,.!r..
.. Pbl o:1 i 1um 'h' ".tll wll !
I I | promptly attended to. car-i- y..t per I ('fr. 'Laflti.jCiNlt.LE..
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Ef ECTIONS. On Tuesday the streets were full ] ..ry

teams from Lake Butlor. They were E. M. L'Engle. '' ..- 4l, ( '
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to Starke I $5 -
'; after fertilizer people come -
JIWTING.- print Business; Visnjilber 20* miles or more for trade our meri1 : Jsmce 4jmk of i' _,t.Si
Bill Heads.
Cards,Taw. Letter t Iftete
Note H adtag Eavelopes, Hand Bills, chant sought to appreciate Un!!. aiENRY I t:
nta,and Job work eenerally.Evlgeii -
.. The highest market price paul for alll A.'L'ENGLE. Manager. w. N. :
dvertlsemenU In this column will \)., .

I twenty-flTe cents per line. country produce at Sweat's New Red! ;AC K fc ., .. -
oj Store. Don't fail to visit Starke without! o jv 1 YitiC KJDA.WLL : : ; .q'JIJJlliIr' :. ,/,.-
herself th!* we k.
porida Usbowing calling in New lied Stoic and examining -. .'. 'h :
i at the : ........
:*"Kr. W. E.. Duncan late of the llacQenpy the large and new stock on hand] t DO A CHSKRAL NANKING BUSINESS.: DEPOSITS RECEIVED. : __ .. -

'Sentinel._has returned home. which in consequence of greatly reduced )\I.DZT USUAL IIATKS OF EXCHANGE. \ '. .
Drexel's Ben Ct.lo- prices is going off like hot cakes. ; -
)iTft; needs no praise, *-

'I1 I* We are informed by one of? our leading I TARKE, BEA.DFO WHEEIER & WILSON'S ,l. 1PI : -

t"':Tom Moore not the poet, but the actor.j'jl Real estate men that the difference in ,: __ -i ; -WITH11UCKNT -- \ S.
Florida is I-
rates to
and don't forget it. passenger and communicate ha4
s11&Lrr, you I to him the step she > :
immense to-wit St. Louis to Jacksonville nYI ) .
taken. As soon aa they were gone shi :__ n;: L -. rt S- '
friends >
not be selfish. Tell your to e2 .50 to San Antonio $7.50 and re ___
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quitted her sister's house
unknown '
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| -jw their COWS Daj's Horse powd r. It turn. Can anyone toll why this is so? any one but her maid, whom she ha tf{ -;- TilE BEST 5A! ( HIKE C =..:...'., .,;'.. ... I

JI pxt Call at T. W. Sweat's New Red Stoil : taken with her, and, procuring a cal t CAUSE: IT IS ; --- ,;;ti.t.4- ...
went to within a hundred yardsof he .. SIMPLE: 4. -" .; .4.: "
j:' for nne cigars, tobacco antI other nnd examine his new stock of dry goods former residence in the Boulevard .- _ NOISELESS. KI .It ': .''' t.,<<.:Jt.Jf
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luxuries of life go to the Eureka Ci'ar,,''It", notions, etc. His new style of Ladle Neuilly. Directing the driver to w I. L1UIIT -=. -yf-{> '!'' -" S "' 'h:;';
beautiful anc for her return she went toward Adapted to nil kinds of woik .
spring gnnds are perfectly lr rn ...4
8wre. ___ dwelling, opening the into the nitnded: l by your' physicians, .' ;
remarkably low. The ladies are specialty! gate gal : i- 'i)
: Valentines at Mor- sands of Ladies who .
4camIcaney den with caution are orkinjr POWDERAbsolutely :.'. -
she left it anfc ;
invited and goods. ; ajar .. '-- Office .ti saletn-pins Jit
to call see my new ;: -:: ) ki 31 W. 1. '
Bazaar. crosed: the lawn to a side door. ,
: 'c._ .J ACKSO \
Hrs.naynes, nee Dolly Temple is We are not to have the side walk to the ,' she also left ajar, being afraid TI : -v1 : %Fi_ =_EE:: --::;; F. W. C11VKC1IOUSE, ) hi'S .:,f..
,irk at her home at Gainesville. M. E. Church after all. The city physician closing of it might arouse the .. ._ ": C. WRIGHT Pure. ,
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Without :
very difficulty or molestation she
Beoolteet thatSL Valentines Day comes has decided that plank' walks are cended the stairs and succeeded in :::= & This powder never varies. A marTen S

unhealthy health is the first consideration ting possession of the money. She ---
the 14th. economical than the ordinary .
48 at all times and feel flatered 1o ted the house, still leaving the side c 1.:2: ., ., .. .... !
we ., .. ;'.;.', I.::, .,, t.;''''' \ \ ... : i kinds and cannot be sold iu competition
Mr. J. J. Kelly has sold his drug storeto think that the city has! so faithful servant. ajar, but on passing out of the gar .c& II:-:' f..;.', Cfi' ......of'I..,.'-" {, of.- ..-'r. ;.'i, ;'oj .:. : 'I' with the multitude of low teat,.abort .
t. ( \ t'f'f
Mr. Joiner still 1 \ .
Rivers &: .To iner. weight: alum of 1hoapbstapowders.:

holds up hii end._ Col. L. B. Rhode of Lake Butler, l Sl.OTT'FOR 2oC.( ) SAVE MONEY BY Sold Co..l00'\-nU.aL..X..Y.only in c tis. Royal Baking Powder S .. '

W cannot say too much in praise of Dr. was in the city last Thursday and saysthat To any one who will send 21"... and act as :t April 17.'& .
T. W. Sweat's New Red Store is our agent we will send the folIowinggoods.that ?
BulTs Baby Syrcp; it is the best remedy could not he bought iiaraloly for less than ; .
babyhood has among the handsomest in town, l\r.Beoj. $1,00: 1 Dozen Sheets of Subcr'tine Commercial F. Farwell & .
|Ito the cure of all diseases Hickcox, of Fort Call. is of the same Paper 1 Dozen Envelopes to match, :a cxtra.fineLaJiee' FLORIDA .RyL& 25c.) ( Steel Pens. 1 Oents' Golden Pen 1 18k.! t
(encounter. ROLLED HOLD KING worth than : r -DEALERS IN. .
opinion.The more we -I : : : ;:
folks are going to charge for the package, 1 Dixson Lead Pencil, IFaber's : ,_ C.vcTp4LkTheeTesAIrTIsLI ( ) .
The Temperance FINE AND :\ ) -I-: '-
Kuhber ._ ;
Pencil all first-class goods, 1 c ; "; 14.t'; h.
jure a Martha Washington tea party. entertainments given by the Home Sheet of Blotting Parer, I IMled kid Plated :: ,. '
Minstrels boys, under the able Collar Button, 1 set of Rolled (Sold Cuff Buttons. "
notice of which :will be made later.: management We have stated that the !goods! bought separately H ; : :
of Mr. G. W. Sanders were very could not be bought for I less than $i.iO. but to ..

Keep: Dr.:: Ball, Baltimore Pills alwaysn interesting and entertaining. The boys secure new agents we will s-them put up in a --- .- -p; ]8 AND:UO! EAST BAY : ..
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the best liver rcgula- package for ir e. --- __:_ .
That .are F'b-
hand. do remarkably well, considering the time t
ACME MFG. CO. eHiCl-cso7"LT"P'illF
tor Price 25c. they have practiced and the disadvantagesthey '. .Th'

There will be a Urge crop planned this have had to contend with. They .Tu1y2480.tf. Essex Conn .

is right gentlemen prices certainly deserve better than ---, ---. -..,.... -
season, that houses they _;

irlll. be better wt year. had, and we hope the house will be crow- Over .OOOOOPEOPLE USE The Largest Book Store '-I-- -.

THAT HACKING COUGH can be so ded when they give another performance FERRY'S SEEDS for IN EFFECTED 1888...... .

quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We1u&r.fltee We guarantee all that attend a surprise at M. FERRY & CO. r : -- .

( sale Rivers & Joiner. the remarkable talent exhibited by the fill ere admitted be the ) ] \ : Western and Southwestern Fast Line.WESTERN' .
boys, as well as an evening of enjoyment. !J' '' \\ tn Ow world. ROKACE; j; I / I .
Fairbanks a newspaper, it; is a II.. D.M.FERRY&CO'S.sj Shortest and Quickest Route to New .
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fun. .
Del. ,
UlDitratod I and the Southwest. Direct .
sheet now for the _ ; -
|" 'bright and newsy rI.U.""rite' .
A. fine lot of new shoes daily expectedat g 1_ SEED ANNUAL 59 and Cl WEST BAY STREET, Connections to Points West '
pexU _ _ For 1887 and Northwest. .S :
'For lame back. side or chest use Shilolfs the new store of T. W. Sweat's.A ,,- FREE will be to mailed all JACKSONVILLE: FLA. 1*""a'means A.M.time. "p"means P.M.tim. ,

I Porous Plaster. Price 25 oents. For sale fine line of fresh groceries kept con- applicant,and ,IRCAD. up. READ nowv.Ko. ., S -
to laat Beaton' 10. 1'00.2. No. 1. .No. t. .
Jljr Rivers & Joiner. stantly on hand at the new store of T, W.Sweat's. -, without cutItpAr Jacksonville..Lv 800a 3(<0p ,
3.)a t>50p Ar B.tldwin..Lv 841 a 4 05 p -: -

Mr. J. J. Kelly was in the city several I Intlllluabletoa1lEDft"JlfJtP'it. BOOK, STATIONERY, PAPER, MUSIC, TOYS AND F'A ...,, 833a.. 5l9pArbakeCity..rlO1Oa 558p .
.T a 4 XT p1' LiyOak\ Ar 10 68 a 7 MJ p
days this week. John is a favorite: with the Sweat is offering great bargains at his ton uting Gar I 35ipArMadin..trl200p; 8 87 p
den. Fiel4 or nil the latest Books, Newspapers awl Periodicals! received as soon as a 3&> p Ar Montit-ello..Ar I55p1O86d ,
jirls and they are always glad to see him. new store for cash. He is determined to Flatter BKKDS should supplied :'it publishers: Ibl.ty stock is complete in every $1Oa lOOp Ar Tallahassee..Ar :2 2'i p II2S j ," -
sell in accordance with the times tend for it.Address low 1 140a :OISpArJllinc.Ar aep 140] .. '
Come) ag&ra.WILL goods anti (Consumers may leppinl on Jetting prices as as any ( '
O.M.rERMfcCO.Detroit J21)18 11 25 a Ar Kivi-r JunctionAr 4(15 p a 301
and to do so he must sell cheap. Coma 'u.sI.Ir.-.5 Mich. orders iilleii I j promptly ni'l atvurately.Ilae b .lOOp iO2oaarMarhinna..ArOp; : 416 p -
f YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia also luiyielv'! i iin-ici' land I Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalize and see! -rvthiPH includinBA: I'S k B.hY..-:. UHI/PS\ ,V: CAS, M VSKS, ( ; the 300 p 5 15 a Lv reiisu: : )la....Ar 10 10 P 11 GO 1& .
-- U. D. MINER randll I .. !in prices fniin (lip t-hwipOht: :. tf, the best ;My i jiiit-es aiclow and :: of U15 p 30'JaLvFloniaton..Ar1159p S lip:
'ii guaranteed to cure you. For sale: by Buv your goods at the new store. of T. will be made to e.tlcrior: ciu'.j.s: buying in quantitins.! : that ".;,- lOJaLv) Nobile.r 225110 -* -' -
-- 8 00 p Lv New Urleann.Ar: 7 20 a -
i ;3UTCTB & Joiner.For W. Sweat's, on the coiner "of Walnut and I 20 a 7 5')p Lv 5to ntjf>mery...\r 715 a 758 p .
horace D -- i55p 7 27 a Lv Nashville. ...Ar 11-10 120
Madison\ streets and save One rervvJ.HSU P P
first-class detal operations call on'tDr. money. V. 15 p llw a Lv Ev.a"' !ne..Ar 1 10 a 2 26: p .-- .
Sweat sell 12'Mn.l.v l.olliMnle.r! :2S5a ." .
reason why can goods cheaper 1235p : p
i .J. O. Haynes upstairs at the new .* 15: a 8 20 p Lv Cincinnati.....Ar 0 35 a IS:)6'p ;' '
'brick store of N. J. Jones & Co. Office than ever is that heretofore, he has had .. 10 A .-OpLvSt.Li'uk..Ar 7-tOa Sflup"7COp '
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---.-...-....-... --..-. -- seep 34OpLrChiigo..Arlt)30a S
"tours from 9 a. in. to 12 m. and from 2 to pay three hundred dollars per year for : -
Sleeping Cars n Ki> 1 and 2 between Jack- -
|;-p.tn. to 5 p. m.SLEEPLESS. store rent. Now he owns his own store ONCE1IOETO nviiu) tml New Orleans.: No. 1 and t daily. ,
building and has no rent.to pay, and the No. 9 and 10 daily! -. /..vSOUT1IEIIX
NIGHTS made mi* ra- -- -
$300.00 is not only saved to him uuually lilL1lll'WATCHMAKER DIVISION. ,
Ale by that terrible cough. Shilogh's Cure with the most complete :assortment of late styles in Shortt-gt and Quickest Itoute Between Jacksonville S
1 but to those who buy goods from him. .
Waldo. Uann-svill; and Cedar Keys.
1tII:; the remedy for you. For sale by Rivers Ooal.i. ,Tavarrs, Orlando all .
points S
Expenses reduced-prices goods reduced FINE BOOTS AND SHOES '
it Joiner.Be -tiNtws )- in South Florida. ..
correspondingly. '- "' > READ UH READ I)'''''. '
certain to send your aweet-heart, a : j_ ,.I j .l'11"'I"I .j'.A ."I. b ., Ni>. 4. Xo. 8. Jj.>. J. Xfs,3. .. -
"take Valentine, and be sure and send Being in condition now to sell goods STAUKE. FLA. the New Year's TIIADK. Great Bargains in }' 11...4'a:!::>>a 4.0JpArFernnmlna..Lvlfi.l 2.47pArrallalian..LvlJ.24a; ( 0.45p 445p -

I attention given to r<-;'airintj Watches, )_ .. ....'. .
cheaper than ever. hope old friends 6.00& 1..J.I Baldwin .A.rl't.iltl0.i4 .1' -
.one to some'Ot.hAr fellows sweetheart.CURED" .] Jewelry,&::c.. &::.:. Allw.rk doneat No Fancy Prices. Only First-Class (Goods.( ( : N->. 4. Xo. 8. Xo. T. No. 3. ; S I
and customers will not fail to call and rt-as nal ii'prices for cohh. En inii-e: of Hichard 6 30 a !'.4O p Ar Jacksonville. 11.35 a 8.9up ... .
VA'RRU health and 8W.tet and Pace. :Olar, 12 1S81-tniAUKUStl fi.loa l.8pArHaldlI..ArH.20p: 9.4Ua -j
see me frequently. My stock will be keptfull ..
!!. 1S32.J. '
j,:3'jth secured,byShulok's Catarrh Reme'dj. and-completc so as to meet the wantsof A. L. VON 3 4.OOa 3.-i a 11..45 J.OOpLvI.Il\Ttl'y.Ar p Lv::Stark ........Ar ]I.Sipll.2p. )pJt.Mp '". '- -

Price 50 cents hasal Injector frlte. 2.;)a KM a Lv \Vaido.Ar 2.3p: 14: i a .
my patrons. 9.3i p 10.30 a Ar Oaine,,"ne..Ar: 3.Sip: BwC.a. .';:':..'- -
For sale by Rivers & Joiner. T. W. SWEAT. 3,15: p 7.10 a Lv Cedar Key. ...Ar 43p 1.45p" '..:: ..
BRuit THE POPULAP BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE --STAR i:7'j: 14.;n 11.81 a Lv llawtlionie..Ar 2.5pl2.B.S: a .-..' '
Mr. E.; D. Wall, our popular Marshal "Tom Sweat," as he is familiarly called STORE.I 12.55a11.O4aLvcitra..tr 255p I.43s -
..'.... ID.iia I.v ::;iln.r$priugN.\r 8.:.5p. .
thanks for handsome 24 inch .
las our a -
by intimate friends, isldetermmedVtull '" ll'l8altUOaLvcaI.&r: aoOp t45a ; ;.
;rule. Mr. Wall ia a gentleman every of lOjOOp) !3.08 a Lr WII if the times hard. lie
goods are buys '. 5.00p Lv ranasoffl.ee. 9.25 a. ,
finch of him, he has our thand and best his goods for cash and sells them for ao p Lr St Catherin. .Ar Jt.OO& ....... :'.. -
1abes. O.USp 8.OaIvLee'hurg..r :5-SOp ".5.,&
"spot cash," which is.almost like giving \ : : ,I 8.3.!; )p S 15:: a Lv Tavares .....Ar !54-Sp S.DDa -". ,.. ; ,..
: W/ Ci\RDE."TLr ':..j.p ':.-!31\ Lv pkl\.u 7.2 p A.37 a .
BHILOH'3 COUGH aud Consumption them away-they so jP I ;; $ -
go cheap !> l .-. 7.10 a 6.35 a Lv Orlando. oAr 7.54 p 7.K' a
Care is sold by us OB guarantee. It cures ) < ;:_ Ko. 7 and 8 daily. Xo. 3 and 4 daily rxirrpt -
Sunday. Sleeping Cant on Xo. 3 and i botW'"aJaktton"ilI
Now is the time to at T. W.
,Consamption. Forsale by Rivers& Joiner. buy goods Praotioal and Orlando.
Sweat's new store for cash. In conse- and FKHNANDiNA AN JACKSONVILLE -
Mr.- '. W. Sweathas moved and settled .
quence of the 'ti ht times" he is enabled ; BltANUH-DAILV. .- -
I In his new store he has things looking '! 5.00 8.u5aLv Jaoks.iiiville..Ar S.4>>>- 4.4JS ." .
to buy goods very cheap for cash and can Tin Smith and Sheet Iron! p p
I inlcely, and we predict for him a big things 5..}1 p 8..V a Lv JackonYIIIr ',rla 4.n>p
trade. therefore afford to sell them cheap. L. GASKINS, JAMpie.COaLvKernanliin.. ..\r ;.Ia: lOp S

DEALER IN ': and* k COXN1XTIOXS.AI ., ,, :,
Starke Fla- .
SUI LOll'S VITALIZERS is what you TO DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS Drugs & Medicines Sib er Spring;with Ocklawah.i steamers for .

j need for Constipation Loss of Appetite StarkeF1 a.P1iysiciuis' ::. AVING LOCATED in Starke in the brick building! formerly Flotilla Po.IAtkaaml Sr.iithern landings 1-taitway; at for St.Pcniberton Cuthcrinwith Keiry. '.

I Dimness, and all symptoms of DyspcpJsU. A Word to (beVl.e Is Sufficient. I E. \Vyniiin. I roiM'ctfully solicit work i in my line from I M I e citizens: of tin; : Bronkmille. Bartow and Tiuip|n: at Leetbiin; S
rounding county. All work warranted Ci'argi's moderate. Hooting day with' steaniera for landiai: on bikes llorrin.Kus- :
1 Price 10 and 75: cents per bottle. Prescriptions Leaders | tis vend QriHiu;at Tavanrf with Florida Southern .
all Jivui-a u speeially. and for Lane I'artt, Eutlsan.t Astor:at Orlandi> ltd! S
I CtircfullyCoiitpouiidetlqt -dnij 01 -
Jor sale by Rivers& ;Toiner. To begin with we mean business; thereis ALL ORDERS PltOMl'TLY FILLED.JACKSONVILLE'S i South rloi-ida lUilwnd f..rnll points on thor: ;at -S
foolishness about it We have faithfully nfg.'ttJulv Cedar Key "ill liiilf Stcvinilxxit (l'OIUI".b: for '.. -
Starke has the largest! and best equipped no 20, 1879 ---nl. ] by the fiiilf-Couiit |) Livery Sate and Feed Stable in the earned our money, which is long I ;" .Tampa etc. At CulUth.-in? with AV.y- .t'
cross line for nil points "rth\\"Mlt. ,
state Messrs. Andrews & Alvarez are overdue and we want it-We must haveit. I S
clever and friendly, we gladly recom- or die like a brave soldier, in the attempt LARGE DRY GOODV .,* barre J .. S

jnend them to the public. Notice their to get it. We hive no appologies to Fern andina j

JlW add.this week. make in dunning you ; we have trusted OF- Sunday and : i-"';I

CROUP. VVIIOOPIXG COUGH and you, spent the money that honest men Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware KaHN ORCHGOTT &. : Stages 8CT- day W edue p in.on .. /":

j Bronchitis Immediately relieved by have paid us to supply you with papers : : City.Sl S5: al of arrl1't 9.00

]&1loh'. Cure. Fertile by Rivers Joiner. and now let you swindle us out of our -A3D DEALEB IS- .1000 train fro
I ___ ..' ) .15 00 m Jackaonvllle. -
honest dues. No a thousand times no. -OFFER AX IMMENSE STOCK OF---- :iJiiir-o.?' f
Mr. Ifamp Jones has returned and is PARLOR. OFFICE AND COOKINt8STO SUB- :
You must pay us, or we will dun you, : StefnursCherokcean1 St-mlnole'! (new) mails I
|!J &iniiiBtalled in the tore of K. Hlones we will watch you, we will haunt you, SPRING GOODS at very reasonable pric>s. Summer Silks, Nun's ( $T 00 from Jacksonville every Fll Hay a.in. ..r .
& Co. Hatxp is a riKhtlwnnt fel. Sateens, Hrocaded'lends! Black 'ilks. Colored & Silks White Goods ; 8 00 :SEA ISLAND UOUTE. :
i )X w and like the gl'osIf a murdered man haunts r- Mou riling Goods,Spring; ('as; inors (all he abovo in immense : ) S BO '
> we him
when he-
was 3 00 On and after N.v. 15. the steamer St. .
the vision of the murderer. Yes we will Fine Laces, Beads, Swiss Edgings, Ribbons, Parasols S
ftone, cry, Buttons, Corset. Underwear, Ginghams! Straw ., Nu-.Iyiiliiff.'I/elweeu! Feruamlina and 8a .
dun you as long as we inhabit God'sgrccn leave Fernsnrtiua Wednes- 1. '.-
Hats and Millinery of latest styles and choice vallnlh..willl; .
"Conspiracies .no sooner should be earth. If tl ere is anything meaner than "selections.' Carpets, Matting! Oil Cloths, Lace Curtains --- flay anil Saturday upon arrival! at 4:30 a. --;'

formed than executed." and n cold should a man who will order his paper stopped :- : Window Shades: Rugs, Cruid Poles, Crumb Cloths m. train from Jacksonville! and wii( touch -..-,f '

M sooner be taken titan bottle very low ligures and a large lcction. There is absolutely at Brunswick and Dancn.! Connect at "H:. :
of Dr.
a and then not for it will it *
Bull's pay TTC give up. in the line of Dry Goods that we do not ke pp.Va solid Savannah with all rail lines and with /t. .

Cough Syrup should be bought and We have gone to considerable pains to they largo <-r small. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID Occaji; Steamship and Cnstoo and Savannah ii. !.

Baedaecording to the directions. secure the services of an accomplished ar- Sht-ijld vessels to Bud from New Yolk ,; .
call will find
: : you our city, on us; you our store :
':!The street committee 'are doing some ti fct and at un early da'e we will begin to tractive our assortment complete and prices reasonable. Boston. .5-..' ...

food work in putting in new water present from week to week. good wood special department for Clothing for Men and Boys also S ,"CU IBEBT.AAND ROUTE." .' S
ways Underwear. Steamer makes daily trips between F rnandiua -- : ,
tile stre'et cut pictures of all delinquent subscribers. .
principal streets next will be RESPECTFULLY, : and Brunswick. leaving Jacksonville .

Ung.z "f who have persistently failed to respond to at 8:00: a. m., arriving; at Brunkwick'E". .

fj.Diitk* our earnest appeal for money. There will Kohn & ai 6.00p. m., connectingW.th B. & W., ::-:;
; Furchgott .
desperate grown by de sper- be no need of pablishingliheir names, except VES: : .,,,# : PIne and tlirough train with sleeper on E. T., : .7 '. ___'" '..
ate appliances are relieved, or not at all." V. & Ga., for Macon and Atlanta and all ....j\ S
tile point wisdom is to check them before in cases where we have failed to secure Of he !latest and most IIpp-:",ed patterns : and pomts.orth. S '::_' 5\-- .4,

the pictures of the delinquent, as A. O. AUcDONELL.Otnenil '_ : -' .
hey reach so far by buying bottle Co Ainff nten-'i's of aU kinJa. S '
S i Price 25 : -
I __ cents. excellent likeness. The pictures of those Lifi and Force Pumps, WrouyhMron! Pipes. This would be a co I Jacksonville Fbi S r S -

S There is longest in arrears will appeal first in oid.-r. R. H. HUNTER world if everybody knew on Generni D. 1!. Superintendent.iH.MAXWELL, L S
no appearwjce"Hard Times" I SMITH'S BILE : .. S
hand &roun I T. W. bweafs New Red and so en until the enUre list" is exhausted :I medicine, and acted : .. ,

l&Ore. The There will be no exceptions, and for thevrent ; ledge. One half the misery Fill- SI ..
place is '
crowded Iron Roof whee i .
from Tin find rt on an : .
BUILDER. from ailments
CONTRACTOR and I comes .
ttorning until late there will be no direct connection : LillO -tor.cr. Orders fot 'l11 Gn'tersp m=' "' -,
| at "
night with anxious a bad stomach or a bad AUSTIN. /
Imuple! who bet wen this portrait publishing and the 1> liilod.; Wind Engines for pu rpin: w\ er furnished I these d .1 :'!. :
are buying and paying cash ;,:orji tly eocied: c>n order. Chnrrh, 1'ac )LANS and Specifications on among are .
or his Dew and pea.uaifu'! goods. simply regular "Rogues Gallery". We will wait I o".)" a d School BelJs for sde: at a bare n. } short notice and good work assured.! I sick headache and DEALER IN't.. r
BILE BEANS A/ill cure
: for Judge Settle of the U. S. Court to '
ause they say
are so cheap that it is al- besides all JOi"Rno r1f : Fine JrfeAfcil lVhiskle, Brandies,Wine.

;* like finding them along the big what gallery: they belong to. Oh ? ye incorrigible -Stoves at \Wholesale Prices DentaLNotic. One BPdR. Cigars, Hte. All orderr from mutsolicitwl .

delinquents if you do not want and promptly attend. to. ; .. :. .
i your hardened countenanced gazed upon CALL STREET ... .
lT-it rT co tr/: ted for a large assortmentof -
TbeYOllDg man who, stuck his j ll, d ,n by hundreds of honest men who read this oo'i' and Heat? : g iit ives "ben i.O'i wa; DK. J. O. HAYNES [ ,8TARKfc, .FLA./., S S

the parlor the other night at a certain paper ; if you do not want to (nee an hon- ti B ''o e<: rats, lam now p-prepa-ed: el! Y. Nov.13. Sm. : -
nt !:0 n GWig lad)'-8 house, _nd there saw another est jury of twelve men. you had better th ari-niB fan
ow Sitting comfortable in a cushioned read the United State Pu law regarding t e ct! f rt* of 'el.aTgn. All sales ior cash.nl I IN Excitement In Tem,;. '_'

t iocker. jive It up and retired. lIe is newspapers. come quickly: forward J :'nnln 5' t.. ovc 8roond. Great exoit mem has been caoMilin the. .

t aq" engaged! in making door frames. and settle your just debts. There is no Fe.nanJina.: 1'la., Dtc. 11, 80-ly vicinity recovery of Paris Mr. J.Tex.bv E. Corley.therem.whn. rk was We -.

'tI" B&T Homestead law about Uncle :Sam.: His I i : ; so helpless could not turn In bed, or.

aot, fiIt $113Tlie WoeJs.- I I dying of Consumption, A trial bottle of
cDce. Loose
I no time. Go see thoes for old Geronimo and his land of I Dr. Kin 's New Discovery w w"cut him

V ** 'gods! which: lie i is daily receiv savage Indians. It is easier to pay $3. or 1 CALL ON I Finding relief, be bought ii .Urge bottle .

''ff Willing' at remarkable low"pikes. POLICE G\ZCTTRrill\ be mailed gentLst and a bo* of Dr. Kiog'a NtpRJJfe Pill-j ,
{; Ia $4. than lo buy a ticket to Jacksonville securely wrapped, to any address in Ihe Untttxl Lu7yeofl I I by the time be had taken two boxes uf

,, ne"Jf'.lOds come rn at the side door on with the probability of a free ticket to States for tUi ee months on receipt of ST AHKE. FLA. Pills and:two bottles! of the Pi* "Yery, !he .- -.

,unui. I1rt'tt daily and in r consequence Albany, N. Y. Don't forget, delinquents, ONE DOLLAK. ALL WOJIK GUKANTEED.Otticc I I Lot? WHS well and had gained in :tte .h thirty'Vs4": -- '
tbeapilnces Liberal discount allowed to postmaster, aff'uts. Mix i'onnt1.
they gtJ out at the front that We iiieiin busiuess. We have workedfor aud clubs. Sample copies mailed free. over the store of N. J. Jones &; Co. : Trial Bottles of this Great IMsoovery tar

.:r 01 "lIlh8t1ll 1u Avenue: aLeut as fast asT4 our money and we arc going to have Address! all IIICH orders to AIID K. FOX, I corner Madison and Thompson streets BJSlMPTON :i i Conbumption free at J. J. Kelly.! >V>

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-. _-USEHOLD AFFAIRS. I- PAI'AlfP' GARDEN. _ter_ to market only the. finest fruit in the j -t., Oul of the .
I' ': A"- best possible shape. hoSe who have iuff5rd trm Aa ..11W

Mto Bathe Wee Babies. .I Making a Grape Arbor. Colonel F. D."Curtis is satisfied that rt tor can know the agonies el D1dreadfl

i : 1 0011 BOMM 94 SO IT W$9 ts 4W1Iahose carries anthoritya I Not only farmer but owner white corn is Letter for feeding pigs than ila disease. riond's arlDarlJa has b,1mbble ,
every rbeum, well
so s 25 coe $ oo .inw n oo ? 'or ever curln;9t5 al a
containing ced
is lu
1 4& I,..J S 00T TO" 18 0 22SO < 4500 ; that a baby is extremely of a house and lot-should grapes yellow flint. The grain 1'ght 1 : of
A'.... 00Ot ObIt 00 1800 .{0006500 | lble especially in cold weather, for home use. In no other way can so less fat-forming material, consequently I' Ill aeCtl0fl5 the lame gratItude to iioid's Sareparh
-.. IS -Ob 40 OC 'JO it is not heating. It makes a owe from a burning bura -C
,,, to lose i. vtallet Hence it should much pleasure and profit be got from a so < ia t one would to hI.rescuer
;, /nbreijnent Insertion for the : grapevines over it. together with the fat), whie.the I,aYe off work.Itosrthcr. Ky face. about the es,
or forty-eight training one or more
/tcial rate for time adYOrtlaeirieBU upon applli I i I. swollen and tabbed my h.nJ.and a part CURES ALL HUMORS;
i it tbe oce.'I hous I water at all The best method I the room be limited on the ground it larder, richer yellow flint preponderance ould be would be sores for we:1 at a time,

t its surface by rubbing the i i well to remember when making. a of fat. / I nil body would .eem 10'rotted I could ro'llece from a common IJIotrh, or ..
/ to the worst Scrofula. Salt-rlae.
SUBSCRIPTION" RATES. tOne with pure, fresh lard or sweet oil. I i grape arbor that it is unlimited upward. The reason poultry killed at home, )'y from between my flnjers a Iar-8. a a pea "I'c\cr..orcs," Sea I y or Though SkinI.

S/; year.......-.. ........ .......$1 W Soap, as often found ip the sick room, is .: In city lot grapevines are sometimes though young, is not as tender as that the physician calls it type poUon. anl gave ,..lenedlclne qhort. diSM"e cuec by bad blood srCOnruered *

Six months....... ... .-..... t5 .'mad of impure fats.which. often havea trained height of sixteen and even ought at the market, is that the formeris I a-xorUlngly; but salt rheum cannot b by tbl' pwruI put. and
.AI lubl be paid invariably In a4 poisonous ,it have feet. The best bunches what- not killed wanted, and ured in that way. Finally I bought a bottle* ofrood's in'igoratnr 1- VI*
an excess twenty under
&* ion favor of anybody. efect may generally unt : It helped. mo i:> much that I rpj.l. beat its bng Iuee
l of alkal of which condi- ever the height, will be at the top. The when eaten-vis still with death, Sarsprlla and third botil' and was entirely it (

estioUc tomm 'an of natters the of local in'.erfntrts .tions is t the delicate cutan- 'I quantity of fruit from even one vine I while that bought at the poulterer's has I :1 ed.a second have not been troubled w.th sat!: rheum (bancles curing 'tctter.Rt.O, Non, JYfI: Rash croinlons, Bolls, C.

: I. county.. .. eons surface of child. When soap trained over an arbor will surprise any. been killed at least hours-more often D. KOBBIXS Ia! ;ar Street,Janu;ca Plain and S\cllno; Hip-Joint Disease

/ .> "',Directory' becomes absolutely necessary to remov- one. A well-trained grapevine with : days. Poultry ought to be killed several I lafs.HHood's In.el.-. "' :Kt, Goitre, or Tlel
Necks and Enlarged: Gland
dIrt should be of the best qualityand 1 i foliage and fruit is as ornamental a days before being eaten, dressed at once, I Sarsaparilla ccnta jii Btai'ip f'.r n 1 large treatise,with color .

.$ i1' STATES OFFICERS.w sparingly. The temperature of the shrubs or vines planted excluslvef for and, with a few bits of charcoal in it, I ( j pbtc on skin Diseases or tho ism '

U1UfOI:: water should be about that of the blood their beauty.-(Jultitator.Effect hung in a cool d by all drggstS $l; Its tor $ Prepared ilau.IOO only. "TJUi' : JILOUI frn. on RcroflrouaAfeon 1
place. .
4 W3OneSPenc61I. I I L"ell TiE .
BoD a : :. -say ninety-five degrees-and the child Many articles, like straw, etc., are Unpalatable I C j Apthecarles I Th"iroanhlv clttin-c it bv u .Pleree. '
i; HO JaIJackaonvUle.EIPUflTATIYZI not too long in cool weather, or Manure on stock although Doses One Dollar ,1oIda.LcdienL '" ,
exposed Sols or rot by .
: I 'I BlMBstloii, a fair skin, buoyant *plr> .
,fitttiict-Bon. test its surface be chilled and a congestion of manure on soils is van- they may possess a Irish nutritiveva1ue. ItiVvita Ktreiicth, and soundness
First R. M.Davldion, Qnincy- j Te efec
1. qf some of the interal organs occur. soils tends should be cut b k' S eOllillon"ll La established. .
Second District-Hon. ,Chi.Du ey, Por ous. J on manure on sandy : Such stuf up, I $:

Orange.* to make the land sti more dry, and I moistened, a lte grain added und :1I! I I 0
v. cocnr Recipennd'Hint I I TB-BiLIOUS SUMPTION
t' .CIBOTTIT : s.. hence should only applied to this I. lowed to slightly: ferment so'ten. I ,
Fifth Judicial
W. B. WooIAt-
Unta,Ga., Suprme Cruit-Don assigned.Hon. To remove mildew from cloth, put a ,. kind of soi in a thoro ighly rotted the stock still refu-e to add PILLS which i Scroiiilou Disease off the i-

.. Pade Coul.u.tlce Orleau La., Circuit teaspoonful of chloride of lime into a condition better as compo't. What cheap low grade or refuse molasses nnd fjJMi !, 1* promptly and certainly arrested 1 .

Jug.t Call,Jacksonville 4 ,TJ. 8. Attorney, Northern I quart of water, strain it twice, then dip I sandy soils lack, a a rule, is humus, they will take to it like school children HE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY and Ix-foro cured the last bv tins Ptat"Gsl-triscn<'!of the disease rcnicdy.lt are reached.taken -,

Dirtrict the mildewed places in this weak solu- and compost, or thoroughly rotted to: candy. The molasses has a good effect or LlTer BH.\ Ic'l ,"IOU.; ,etc Free from Mti'. From its wcntCrlll! i>owrr over this terribly L

0' W. C. Blr41a.ba Northern District ton; lay in the sun; if the mildew has manureis, in just the condition to kindly too. It is largely used in England ury- contains! on ,:' '..,'.:,tlt-New la Injrdlenx; total disease t> tft offering this no .t
Philip 1). ,Tallahawce disappeared when dry the gent: C. N.ciut..T.c 1 Crk. ctiutr-d. reuie4' to public Dr. Pn
repeat i perform this office. with coarse foods. of bis
,F.C.Hnrnphrej,Pentacola, Clerks, Northern thought soniuc-ly calling it '

District operation.The I L Many persons, perhaps a majority Corn fed to poultry in the Fall and .. ',r ,., "DL SUlpUOI C'arf,"but abandoned that name .;
> : to cs liiiiit'-d for a which from
A '1 ita
ttUU-J ETIIZRH DISTRICT: best way to clean any color of kid 1 suppose that ma-mres" leach: down early Winter is damp and not so easily tfc'e: "F' !,. wonderful to. cr>mbinr'ri'm'diCn, ;

JacboJ"m1rt1onda,1 December. gloves is-to pour a little benzine into a through sandy soils and are lost. If the digestible as that thoroughly. ted later "What do you want, sid"? said he. 1r \ ingr nlterati vf, rr 1.Jood-i! ! February.,. basin and waJi the soil is clear sand this effect pectoral,and niitri'i\'o properties,11 unequaled,
it "
gloves rubbingand nearly a This is why I
t. J'enuca. tNt Monday I ah in the season. one reason "I want to see the Countess of J-- HHArt1' not only as n rcm,]y lor consumption oJ ttM .

COURT-NOrtherU District squeezing them until clean. If much : wi take place if some crop is not grow- fowls stop laying about the time that "Who are you J" lungs. but for alCHONIC:

v.I.JIITBC : soiled they must be washed through clean thereon. But on candy soils be fed. '' .
crops to
Don *,Sette,Jack*onvIQe,Judge.' I new corn begins "The Duke of Nemours. VEETABLECOMPOUND
It.M. CalL Jackaonvllle,U.8.'Attorney.W. -benzine, and rinsed in a fresh supply. I in the presence of manure, eat out manure heating corn, even to charring some oft After getting the name repeated twice / DISEASES .,

.". P C. .IDme.l. Hang up'in the air to dry. |' \ry.fast, anl hence this apparent will remove this excessive dampness over the servant, with sundry mi.giv- THE

1ilon.Vhiap ... 1: 'Eastern. DlP. The secret of mashing potatoes'is to disappearance of manure is accounted and mike it more digestible. Fowis or Infs'nt last determined to take it up} to : ,

C.VTiUon.Ta3Uha *:,Clerk.Middle Diviaion. have all the utensils used a hot a possi-f for. It goes quickly ito tbe crop if ina other stock fed heavily on corn wil eat bis mistress, for, according to his phiLosophy \_. I Is rositire Cur Liver Blood and lungs
F. ,
C. ,
nDBplireya. ,.Clerk,.W.ter DiiTUkflnt sible, and beat the mass tilghtjnstead soluble state. charcoal as a corrective to the acd ft r- how could any one be a gentleman I

1i .t.. ; I ID of pressing down smooth Loams and clays, on the contrary, mentation which it creates in stomachs. who came with a single knock .' ,For Ill of those PainMD If yon feel dull! drowsy d
Filw! If '
aol I color ( s'iri. or
Complaints )
E '., .- Monksy In ing cream, butter, and salt at will. A take up and hold manure indefinitely if As convenient n way as any to b: _- i. Complicated troubles an I tae or tn-dy, t r'- clowi'hbrownon spot

r Mli t ..' ;-" 'tot' I desirable resul i reached by rubbingthe not accepted by crops. If occupied by give charcoal is to slightly burn some of Mislaid the Corpse.In S <. Weaknesses so common nc/rbnd/ tasfc m 1..t h.int rn'J heat or ch d t,
: Mom
y in it is but all the constituents fed.It amorg our Wives, alternating vil'h hot lUishes! ,
t given -
Febra.'..4 ..::.> I potato through a colander crops, up I the grain with they are a back-country to MI, where funerals v.- and Daughter Mote trioiimy borct'n'liics! ,. iirrgular appetite, and .
Wrl.r' "tot MOD in and leaving it just it fa1l into the of plant growth being present the may be given while warm, but not while coat (1 ton H". ;on n.r from Indl -'
I." a much the that the k It Will eiira entfretjcZloraHanorvaQiwi IuIinR
.'W same L-
serve purpose
,Jac 'n < eating out of manure is not so quicklyseen. .lot. rcfUun. Jyspcpida| Iiiver
dish.Broiled theatre docs in citie-i, there chance to In many cases only
.S.f OFc. Spanish onions are relished by After using the kerosene emulsion on Ili ) trouble,In fit*Tarna- part of IIHICICt". are
die of the members of the community t.t.s syisii-tcrns cxpritnr
Goretegr- .. The is one tion and Vlcera- A
reason why manure more quickly a nil (fas-
Xf A Pr. with remedy
Peel the onions should be syringed ( "u'l
care plants they tion t'alliny anti
many asked
persons. and of the neighbors was
ALIOI0II Copr.Talab"e eaten out of soils is'' that one iolilct J cd!< Discovery not
candy they are
L Crwford Tala fully, cut them in rather thick slices water,, then no harm will ensue. This to "take charge" of the On the .r97 Di1ticentenfs; t. > .ee, -s-4 -> more poious than clay soils and hence funerl c-mfrqurnt 87'fltt.ZWccthnes'
Its off '
insects. Splttliisr Blood
with knife -and butter them will scale J.nuti
a treatment destroy FIr1VfI.
sharp on .,
Comptroller-W. D. Barn.i,Tallahasree. morc amenable to the action of the day appointed the si /. S7f ,d <. htr.nc", ur .
.TrcaMrer-ZL & Crll Tallaharsee.AdJnUntOeiietaJ both sides. Butter the wire gridiron oxy- necessary to look the plants over afterward and stood about in discussing C r t(C'4 La r I r Soter i'oiifli: !.ilrCafi. ronchll.,
of the air and {
Lang, Ta)1ah) Mce.Comntwloner and broil the slices on both sides. Be gen this action of oxygen nn .brnsh away all the dead ins'cts either the or the groups condition (If /The Woman's.Sure Friend-tdoltec tt th. tri-lfd IICl'1 .! ;t M a son'reig remedy.feiid ad.
departed .
Lands _
and L. material liable is what 11 f.
Immigration to anae
decay m
upon any Pierce-a
careful in the slices not to. and make the plants quite clean. tfl nt' ,
)tItckttI, Tallabascee.Superintendent nnders such material to state which ; crops while the neighbor in charge jylllfATI";,IOOTOO'EPW"lII"ISV". ITRESOVE.1 booUonCor-iiiiiii >oll Drngglst,
Public In.tracUoD-A.J. Rnt- disarrange the rings. Serve with a' I by The green lice on honeysuckles can l o bustled from to another mak- irjrsTNEss', ruiTritscT. ALL.ca vixo FO;aTIaC.A71.A :
sell, T.UawM it may be taken up by plants. the withoapsuds one room WEAKVKai or TOT STOJCI CUBES I ET, W' OU C ROTTLES501J
maitre d'hotel syringing plants :1 IUCL'
sauce. destroyed by PRICE $
A. Robinson,. Hence. if thesoil : ing the la-t arrangements. The hour a.r lzscrarAL PIOD'PA 8FD irJIAmif p': .
10 1 CmmllionerofmmlgaoDA clayeyj long, undigested in which there is little addi- : 1 $5.00 .
ice '
To remove oil or grease spots from carpets manure will be indicateJ. It for the funeral arrived and passed, and rdc by Drucgi t. .SI.Rlieiimatism tr: .
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BUTBEXB COUBT. lay a piece of blotting paper over tends to render such soils ion of tobacco water. After using this yet the services did not begin. Mill World's Bispensjij! ; : : "stfca! associating :
Chief G. MeWhorter Tallahnssee. more Ughtand and Catarrh Can ho Cnrcil.CAVAVDAIGUA ( .
.asUce-e. the spot, and set a flat iron on top, the lii1uid i wa.h the !i.Unts wel by syringingwith time and the of affairs Main
'' Anolte P. Ratier,Talab"ne; porous. On sandy soils every means should more parsed manager: Prr'ri.tort ret, St.,BCTFALO,N.Y. ;
1 B\aknburgh Jacktonrllle.rrBLio iron just hot enough not to scorch. possible should be used to render the soil clean water.the I and nfter-reappear was seen to be hurrying from room -.--. .

LAKHS-U. 8. Lands Change the paper a often as becomes. while the repeat opciution, to room looking anxiously about as if in
as compact as possible, naturally N. Y. 2 1S5G.PardeeMedicine .
ward be the lookout for them :and de- May ,
t' land office, Galnesyille Tucker, Raster.BTATI greasy. After the 'mo hof .the'oiLhas firm clay soils re mire the gre.itcstpossible ; on whenever search of someth ng. As time passed, Co.: \ c"ts LITTLEPILLS.
them in the
same manner
been '' it tioy
LAXDe. ,extracted.rrVrhiiJMrlfT, disintegration to lender them, the.aulience began to show signs of impatience .
GENTLEMEN:-Nearly all winter I was confined \.G :
n 5tLIv.t
Land omce Tallahassee-C. L. MItcbeU, Com o. : &cI most productive. Yet there should always Cl'SSlY.Those ,and also of curiosity as the per- ij t. ,
with iha-.i- u
rntii d., who do not believe in to my room inflammatory
______ ;,. be a due relation to compactness in dairymen plexed face of the man in charge appeared ee'ts
he of milk to rapidly absorb and mtism. I commence1! usin,; Pr. I'ardeesRheuatjc .
-le .any soil to reach the best results.-Farm power again beTore them. There was
1.- become contaminated by surrounding Remedy but after taking it fora ANT 3-KJf.HO'''H and CATHARTIC.
: COUNTY OFTICSB3. .t, Field and Stockman. evidently a "hit h 'in the proceedingssomewhere
noxious smells will to the time the pain became more intense, an,1 I Sold by EJnijK--.ts. :5 crnts a vial.
of caFres no try and
.i: Richard. pound afterIi"g'andscouring wel an explanation was nec --
.,' of..udle-Cnrt-l F. Tork. allow half 0 pintof water and Sweet-Cured Cheese. following simple test, rc-ult will essary. Mounting a impromtu was alarmed antI feared the reme-ly was

bhcnff As'osmor-N.-II. W. C. Walnrlght. one pound of granulated sugar. Let the Numbered with other of in- doubtless convin the skeptical: Takea undertaker said : "My friends, we are making me worse, but continue it* use and $500 REWARD
Tax Collector-B. Ilaynea.boperintendent ugar and water boil once in a granite or terest that were subject lute wide bowl or fcoir> plate to the cow !table -are very sorry to c.tue any delay in soon the pain left me, and I gradually improved :-,

of Schools-K. T. Dowllng.Connty .M. porcelain-lined kettle; then add the convention of the flutter Cheese and when you go to milk; pour into it the-ah-last rites to the departed, but the soreuo-3 leaving my arms ani, of Is offered Dr. Sash's by Catarrh the proprtatofl Itenedyforaeasoofcc.tarrhWh1Cht

McKinney- CmmlllnerL. Belle Wilonii S Andewl Ado L cranberries and, after boiling point is Egg Association was the, sweet,cured a pint of fresh milk set it on the t Toor at the-ah-truth is, we have mislaid the shonlders anl, seeming ti pass out: at my V es. ..,

1 V. Smith. _ reached, let them boil for ten minutes.At in the height of :milk stool, so as to ex- corpse." It ba completely cured me. At tho tim t. cannot ure. 4 .

CITY OFFICERS. the end ot this time pour into molds process, who believes chceEcmaking.that the .r. T. D. pose it fully to the air of the stable, behind It transpired that the coffin had been I commenced using the remedy, I hal a 't ..7 l If you nosp.havPttaischarfvIrBMtho offensive or o&MIIa

wet with cold water. Stand for twenty- Cutis superiorityof and close to the cows. I the days to the lower or hall 'i \ I I.(\partial! Inns of smelLt ,
A. Knight the Canada cheese is due broughtdown entry throat --ulty and the catarrh, hi-h I .
Ifa1or-T. to the fact ? dir ,weak dull_
close and and the is cold or hearing
four hours before heavy
Warshal-E. D. Wall. using. from chamber and through some misunderstanding -
that this process is practised, explainedthe a found t) be better after taking it. and it occurred or procure In hrad. you nave Catarrb. Q.R.n.

F Clerl-R L Sprkma Brown fricasse of rabbit: i appetzing. difference between it and the acid and the stable not cleaned out and aired, placed! beside the stairway me to us3 it as girgb, whi- h I t 3 the
the result will be surprising. Take it to in Dr.Sage's 'A" IHOT UEMBDT cures
Clean the rabbits cut in the shadow. Those coming
Cltir-Attofney T. Wil process. did,and to my great satisfaction I iiipnived numof Catnr"fold In the Hes,'*
Aldermen-ohu' a Rcd. U. 'by,Tate soak for an hour in salted water, discard. In the sweet-cured the is the house or anywhere away from the from the bright sunlight had thrown and free from both rheu- and Cat.rri.i ft" l'lache. to cent
J. D. process whey rapidly, to-day am
roteL Jobn. 1 ing head and neck. Season each stable and try to drink it. their it, not realiiing what it
piece drawn befo e the acid appears and the wraps upon matis and catarrh. I consider it in l; ei- NTS tT-2 : :'.

SELECT SITTINGS. wIth. a little pepper and salt, sprinkle curd allowed to lie in the vat ut a tem wa, and thus made it invisible.-llir- able as family melicine. I take OQJ tea-

with flour and fry in butter until brown. perature'above ninety and Known by their Forehead ver's JIa'izine. 0
degress after and lind it
go spoonful breakfast a splendid "
In 1457 the Psalter was printed in Take the pieces of rabbit from the fry- through the rennet action and take on "I cannot express an opinion on the BISHOP Ti-TTLr whom I rememberas tonic. I would a 1ie you to recommend WOERFOLSUCCESS.
and them in and
ing-pan put a stew-pan ull the acid it
Latin. This is the first book publishedbe&rin with stock will. The (fact that no ub,eit of palmistry or eteii upon phrenology a bright-oyed boy, was once journeying it as a garble for throat truub'os and catarrh,
cover adding a finely-minced is left
a date. onion bunch.of. herbs tea sugar except what is re ," said a wdl-known surgeon to a I on horseback .ver a corduroy for I know it will cure I have seen some .
a sweet one
stained in the
curd renders it impossible reporter of the New York and Ex- road, when he mot a settler whose remarkable from the of this
In'one Uh schools there is of Jlli cures remedy -
a walnut of
spoonfol" catsup, a pinch for u
1l any injury to follow. It is only loaded team ECONOMY WEAL1
nec- pre.x recently, "for I have never studied heavily was shipwreckedin isono I recommend all
natural it
magnet is capable of lifting ground cloves and allspice and suspicion and can to _
four times iU 0 esiary t hold the curd long enough either of them, but I do know that the the mud. In a minute he w..s o V his I I' (
of am
own weight.Of cayene peper. Cover closely and very truly yours
after drawing the whey to not only develop forehead has a lan unc of its own. By horse, had put his stout shoulders to FREEFAll
simmer K. ilcCALL.
seventy-three important towns in for twenty-five minutes. Put the acid but allow E
to fermentation
studying the character of the the wheel, and sent the .
person hal-buried
Coloradotwelve are above 5,000 feet and the joints on a'hot dish, strain the gravy to advance far enough to I
determined almost to on rejoicing. The
ten above 10.000 feet above sea level and return it to the pan. Thicken with rapid action'after the curd is put to cart be a certainty.Take gratified of way the that you wish to use during the year t
who has
a man a retreating forehead owner
brown adding a little butter and =" very establshmentlooked I4tss than One-half the Amount Cured by subscribing for ?
There is a law in Switzerland which four press. -f : $ which is low and shallow, you will at his black-coated rescuer curiously "

compels every newly married couple to the rabbit and hal a lemon. Pour over the Mr. CurHs'ittributed the failures oftbos&who find him deficient in intellect. Jf only and said: "Who bo you, any- Him. Demorest's Monthly A

_. plant trees shortly after the ceremony of serve. have '.successfully attempted slightly retreating, or what appears to be how? "Im a Bishop of the church," John C Heron, of 46 4th street, Rochester, .

marriage. The trees ordered to be the sweet-curedlprocess to the fact of retreatin/from the fullness of the forms said the prelate, once his Contflimns Stpriei, Poemiand other Literary
more I has been troubled for with rheumatism *
11 years & tractioi,combihln!Aeti-tic. centitie.and HonM
d. ptabt on wedding days are the pine Fencing. their great hurry to get the cutd to will find him self. \Va-al 1 "
press over tho'eye you very dignified replied the | in the shoulders and about the heart. He I hoIdwttter lUuttnuM w ith Original Steel Encitf
willow and natal From an illustrated article the Cen- the whey and I ''m< O.I! Pictures and fine Wo 4- .
'. ,eepinl on days I teafvawlqg consequently susceptible, very imaginative, as well as native, "I don't know what Bishop p, l'ho'osravtire
0 a physician ten dollars for an examination it the Jlodcl! of America
cut'.nukinc Magazine
\ and the New York IsWnWpwing it to lie
on Fencing
fury long enough
humorous and wity. Hide on an elevattil be, but I know you're a d-d good fel Each rr.rabcr contains an order entitling* >
The Arkansl was a monster armor- Fencers' Club we quote as flows: The in the vat!..In the acid process, the acidisdeveloped train some day and compare the low. Let's have somethin' out of the and he merely informed him tint he holder to the selection of any pattern lllustrtwdla

plated "ram" of the Confederate Navy. charm of fencing for beginners is that before the whey is drawn, foreheads of those persons you know bottle."-Philadelphia Record.St. had rheumatism of iho heart. He was cued tha faction dipnrtment in that number sayrf

Her mission was to "drive the Yankees when you take position before a good which is a dangerous thing to do, as it with such of their characteristics as you J by Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy,and for the the Tear sizes of mar.afacturtd.the value of over making three aollar pattern.* dnxiaf

k from New Orleans." For that purpose swordsman you need not be hopeless of may result in sour cheese, while a sour maybe acquainted with, and you will Jacobs Oil deadEns pan and makes the less than one-half the money pail for the ex- Wsahopropoio! to give considerable attention !

_. she went down the river but encounter making a point. After a reasonable I i cheese CHH never be made by the sweet- find that those noted as being slow lame walk. Major Arnold of the Occidental I amination. theGnndFEOiiiciTii'ij Party movement as mttt
-,. Hotel, San Francisco Cal., wa completely The most important and lire moral i"ues of the 4IY. :
ing three Union gunboats the Essex, amojnt of practice with the foils you are cured process. When the acid developsin nnd dull wi have very project- cured of rheumatism by its use. Ask druggist for Dr. Pardee'a Remedy Send twenty cents for the current nnmberwlfls) .

.Cayuga and driven on -occasionally to slip .through his tho whey it cuts the phosphates, take 'ing On the other hand, your Pattern Coupon and yonill certainly eabserlN

ashore and set on fire. guard and enjoy the simple vanity of ing out important elements of nutrition, men noted for their solid understanding A MINE of beryis is a new find in Conn tlcnt. and take no other. Price, ?1 per botila Two Dollara for a year and get ten times its ntafc
among The ber Is .. t k.-n out '
.4.- t h' In'ndethe six bottles, $ .. W.JENNINGS Dl: fOmST. PrBLtsHi
: :. In 1850 Chicago had less than 30,000 touching the supposed untouchable.Thiscomes and also cuts the vats and robs the i ,powirs of concentration and vari ty known ar ':olden -ryU, and-ran.;iat 17 E.Uth St.NewY_

people, Philadelphia 840,000 and New from the perfection of fair play cheese of a necessary aid to digestion.A studious habits jou will find a pepen- pr clo;is Atones only two pta os lower than, ) Pardee Medicine Ca, Rohe ter, N.Y. gold by all Newsdealers t and Postmasters. .
diam .nd. There
York 5ItOOO; t86oCbicago had 50.?,- reached after several centuries of minute cheese, clnimeiI Mr. Cuitis, can be ilicular forehead, rather high and wl fo nd in this mine.are also other Lri.iant coLor !___ -

COO, Philadelphia 847,000, and 1ew changes in the positions, weapons, and as completely skimmed by the acid pro rounded ,the temples. Note a man r- (,

York 1,206,000. In other words, Chicago accoutrements of the masters 1Rf fence. cess as by the use of the skimmer, the h'isc forehen I is crossed perpendicu- When irritation of the thrrat' causes 1 ti>kllngcouffi I
use Hwl Stir ( 0 igh Cure, which rI11uiUNRIVALEDORCANS fj
notwithstanding it enormous No other athletic sport enua i es so close I later being preferable as it may give lady between eyebrows with wrinkles will effect irniiedia e and permanent re ief. ,, n A

growth, had not aided many thoa- ly the powers natural to a man and a cheese. I all who try the sweet- of the same length. Yon may be One of Brooklyn's,, Board of Health officers ; _

sands &either of the older cities.It women, a graybeard and a boy, a Her curd process keep up the temperature sure ho is an ill-tempered man. Wrinkle recommends it as purely vegetable and perfectly WAMPftQOTHEDICAL .

is cules and a consumptive.Ladies and hold the curd long enough, ", hdwever, of unusual length indi ate harmless. Price,25 cent.
stated that three inches of the n .____ Cnthel ISY rVMICNT.y. emfroni$3J5
backbone of a colored man twenty-one in the best ranks of life fence after drawing the whey, thy will have deep thought Sensitiveness and geniality IN th3 State of Michigan it is claims, threari permonth up. 1CJ 'tylrji. $X to$!. Send !for(

old were removed more and more as they discover its value no trouble, in making 0 rich and linn by a- low, arched forehead IH'il.nn: : engaed in th) m'lnUC'Ur of Mogne n ItS full i ..rt.il.iri.. nialle'l tr-e. I -

ear in recently by surgery for health and good look instead of cheese.T.t ror'either home consumptionor full at the temple, and when combined salt, operating iiu,\\o-ts ant< .;.M lO'ar! c'>v- UPRIGHT PIAr OS "
a hospital at Cincinnat in order -. era The manufacture for tb.3 > e >r am'.unted ,
to restore to him of locomotion leaving it entirely to lctres who have shipping. with a great fullness over the eyes 4OJ7U-3b.lrel an increase of TIP,Iti'J over t E'A VICTOEY1Cnre ,
power the of 05
Ca.trut't.it mctho-l trin1ng.
m hew
used the 1 ,
which he had lost through a always exercise for learning denotes an improvable and idealistic nature .Brt hts'Disease, Catarrh ,irjiilar t rm.. }en I for rfps-r-ptlv"Catalogue.

portion of his backbone been how to plant and move their feet intel- Farm and Garden Notes. Persons possessing poetic, ardent '.It Inockl the :POI.," Ig of tho Bladder Torpi'l liver. It5! MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO COL
having ligently. All the universities Never let a clipped horse stand two and everything in the nature of I dIssolvesGall.StonesandGmvelr -
eaten away by and the is over Europe and sensitive riatniea not unfrojuently eruptions, Boston, New York Chicago.
diseae patient blotches, pimples, ulcers scrofulous
foster sword foil of kindor minutes without humors S'7MPTOItt and CONDITIONS
now able to and or play one I uig. have a blue vein forming a letter "y" in and incipient which is j

to be entirely: cured.A steps. promises anotherand in that nation apart which I I Potash fertilizers have decidedly improved an open, smooth and low forehead. moienor less consumpton.of the IUUR. com I ; of"liould Urino for bo taken.which this llcmeH Marvellous Memory

,. t the present time the number of we call the city of London, a club for the dcsir; lIe qualities of fruits High, narrow, wholly unwrinkled fore- Invigorates pletely out of tie!the liver system., tones I stmulate. and, !I r PcaMIng Stopjinpre r.loort-finpei'

deaf fencing has existed these twenty years. wherever applitd. heads, over which the skin tightly reeu'ates'! the bowels purifies the blood ind Diabetic Albumen Iinek- DISCOVERY.
mutes in the world is estimated to The London Fencing Club, under the drawn show a weakness of will ; builds up the weak places of the bidsIt is i 1-r T>ror ical Dribbling Miiky-pinl-1 wholly unlllte Artsflclal SvHtems-Cure of Mind WderWg ..'
Hens be and power
be from 700,000 to 00,000, and of these of the Prince of Wales and must kept warm sheltered a purely vegetable compound and will do more iI 9jE.- Headatho Frequent Costtiiollonencho -Any took learncii tit one reading.HeaTyraclnctlon -
.'* some sixty three cent. are said to be patronage from the inclemencies of the weather and 0 lack of imagination or iu-ccpti. than is claimed for it. We refer to Dr.Pierces I '/ \ Kervors JedisiI-dnrlhI for postal cln-wii. Pro8iectu ilons.. wlthoptyloqsot
per having on its list many peers of the i bility while foreheads not "Golden Uric-acid Settlinp Catarrhueiit Mr. PUOCTOR. the A tronorner, W.W.
born deaf, the others losing their hear expected to lay in winter. entirely pro- Jfcdial1r"l'er. Backache Ncnriiiho A.-TC* Jl OAH **. ItaxuMLf, Drs. MLIOR Wooo tn4otie
realm is aristocratic in its aim as the Thn phatc.-
I jecting, but knotty I ei tp' t FRFEh/
.. ing by different causes. In the
education of this vast number about 400 we will have something to say presently, I nnd are especially important with heavy give vigor of and mind and harsh, oppressive I- York) will b celebrated in April nest. I I 2UFItth Avenue, New York
activity Uttry do ,
perseverance. I to the
got tpot
only containing grain-feeding to the "As Good iew."
are provided, is democratic. It founded in 18(53as ( keeping digestive ns
was -
have used this philosophy of the forehead RelIe7C*and Cures Mrrnnl Plime-fevor R33ECSSS
than 27.000 inmates of both in full vigor. are the words used by a lady, who at one I (
le' organs was Canker,
a club for fencing and gymnasticswith for in and Dyspcpsii,Anmmia.Jlalana, V ever DOES YOUR BACK ACME?
practice time
many years my I given up by the mOt eminent physicians,
sexes and employing 2,ooa teachers. a membership of 300, and helpedto Reports from the Massachusetts Experiment attribute much of my success to its un and left to die. Reduced (10 a mere skeleton.: I :''nentoftho AgueXe\iralsrmHlieuraati'm Prc'sttto] ( Sexual,Knlnrye t 1. ir so. APPLY A
ilanil. V/t-ak- tI."HOP
It is pointed out that the British Em- its present quarters by a paterual gov Station go to show that potash derstanding. A forehead is pale and haggard not able to leave her bed. aess, Spcrraatorrhcea and Gout. .fh, aTnoNcantI PLA5TEfl., "
patients Irom tho
." pire extends over a far larger territory ernment. It has two French and three fertilizers have decidedly improved the always \ibibe! to phjsicion, and by nufffi,al? females"distres.irg, such as d:displacement.eases peculiar leiicorrhua to- t It Eliminates el.i.s, Bloo Impurities Poroful5.iii. oroue tiotr .%.V7tcppied! tonddT3Ur .

than' that governed by ancient English teachers, and from its nearness desirable qualities of fruits. inflammation, etc., etr. MIO be..tn i !" i SaltIthetin,, Syphilis. jim'ii. 1 i5M. ) liUi.we fttt k3MOrBorenoas .
: whic studying it for moment he can generally Blotches, Fever-sores,and Cancer-taints. Si .n any p-irt.instant relief 1 .i'p
Rome, superficies of the later to St. James's i* of practical use to the Potation of crops is the surest and safest get a good I idea of the kind of per- and tiki-also g' Dr.using Pierco'"Favrite the local treatments Prescrp:recommended 'ion,'* I It is a' most Wonderful Apt Jyor. Wflstcriuiiy: .nj, strengthened. CenI 5

being 1,500,000 square leagues. officers of the Queen's householdtroops.On plan in farming,and whe'i one or two son he has to deal with, and can act and "by him, and is now. she says. "as good- I "i'Tell i'PQiilcklyaK'jn-IoAH your neighbors all Coustitiit.on.about it. p;:: ,,.,,only. Ne'ror 25 cents.faUs. 5 itsM %
English-speaking people under foreignrule this side of the Atlantic few large of included in ns new. Price reduced to one dollar. By iPRlCK -
i 0 years pasture are the io- recommend a treatment to conform to the drusreists. 25c, $L0O-G bottles $5.OO. _
whilst Britain governs nearly 300-, cities have always had piofessors: of the .,utiot the benefits will be still greater. patient's-individuality." 1 { "Prepared at Dr.Kilmer's Dispensary, -'

000,000 individuals belonging to all nations art, but, like unhappy llulett of New. TnEwb1aekmnd"of Garland County, Ark., .. BinghamtonN.Y.U.S.A.
; and York in 17.0 seldom h able AH giant or tall-growing celeries yields forty dollars in si.ver: to tho ton. IflVaik1'GujtfrtoJje11h 'Sent1're3 STHMACUREDII
speaking all the languager of 1 one bee I '
jshould avoided klliettersofinqni.ypmpt1y Gerrea r A tbm3 Cure nercr to
fatlt flit
as they al.l Wasliington's npw.r.4.
.--. the world as, for Germans, to make a living from lessons in'f b ; : nre Tripe.Once For weak lung", spitting of blood, shortnessof ( SOLDBYALL DRIGISTS I a e, Un-ve.4a r-rj In the .i>r.t csu*.Innnnt oom-
/ instace the cil: hollow, give twice the labor a time, Cary & Co. of breath, consumption. niRht-swea's! and all xi.id il'cp; lfMtUixr "btro mil olhrr* faiL 41
(Heligoland), Gibraltar), alone. At New Orleans *Cr in upon lingering coughs Dr Pierce's "Golden Medical I Ii ; ..< MMr,.' nttpit.tl. Frlc CO rt. IBd
arjUnJerior flavor ,
; been better owing to the ,, to the London, the commission merchants who '.il8of fToTtiiM r.rbTmul Sample 1'KFE torp.
Greks 1a1ans Turks (CyprusArabs) lag. sorts.' D.scovery" is a sovereign remedy. Superior i.'K. H. v< Ittft "A A\.t u I' U Ulmm.
\ (Africa), French (Mauri- and French population; I": ....ig turned Washington's tobicco. crops into t cod liver oil. By druggists.IN I FRAZER AXLE

tius), Chinese, Indians, Persians (Asia), than elsewhere have duels in Ia; :question as to the expe hard rash, presented to him two jars of England the demand for American --

etc ._ tury been decided by the sword. -- :keeping bees over winter in Bristol pickled tripe. Each jar held ten far exceeds the supply. oyg! GREASE Best PJBO'B,Easiest Remedy for Catarrh b thI-]' '
to Use,
must not forget, moreover, that tbTsiGar: :. ft a strawstack. Jas. Heddon about two gallons. There was I special BET Uet IN TiE WOKI.D. d and cheapcst.I

man Turn Vercin of New York ilipf, UUBW. .ywould be well protected if pottery at Hristol for the manufacture of Wherever How to Save Money. I Lo Unun Sold E'c\vbr_

\ .. ..: : something of fencing. and tt..a. .\\-taentmit.vaa stacked to turn water. these jars, each of which had burnt on lett& Co., Portland.you live, you:rainE.-hould and write lcar to about Hal- .I \t E IN8 R a 0 "S\l *Ci 3. erlgli.ai! and increase,
P -I
: One Fault to Find. Point and it A'cbrrespbndent its front surface the curer's work hat \ournn do iiv.ng own anUtl.J' No ohr.lhlr\lv"l!. .
1 Annapolis brch'.ostudy ,: states that he has had name aguarantle \ jour n I.. : nIl .
: a home forcir. ,. 11eo .wc. Alio good for r'old in
the Head,
at of ular .
profit at least fro .
$ to and TH'
qGeneral is of the a :u > Si" I j- B.
Meigs very proud emplojing a, number of instructors,; best r.suits keeping grapes when each of the genuineness of its. con upwards dally. Some bars male! over S")0 in a HI'i.IS' Wa-hkglonl.C. > Headache,II ay Fever Ac. 0 cento.I ,

Penson: Building_ writes a Washington I a study which, unfortunately, officer of bunch in a piece of tents. day. All Isnew. Eithtrset. a es. Hallett6s : Bla.-r's Great Erg.isbG\ut! and

correspondent.. .It is modeled after the I. the army and the navy promptly fort packed,I wasjwrapped I holding one bushel paper., and The brand sent to Mount Vernon was Co.iculars will tart. you. Capital not needed.. All : P.-11S. Rheumatic Hemadf.I ** -*A* I il o C u'
par: fr 'e. S-nd I
V General who is along our addressatonce O\ Hox,8l.u_ round, 5O ,. .4
I cts.
I fvti
FarnesVpalacel Bragp that of 'Hamlin and I prosacnted
in Washington
kept 1 place where the temperature was and all of She above will be proved to : 'vitIot re ..
Chairman of the House.Coiznittee on Moon. did not below thirtv-fivede. so fond of it-that tripe was you Nothing like it ever known t working- i SE .,D.FUR, .SO-l'-GE, ( ntnloneo! .'arm.I %YINrb-.Tv9 bE.tIt'nali'EX.
Hen in tbe fal pickle 0 re8 Hotels, ,
fur \ 1.1; iiiiit }:X. ('I.
o'ctashm t1C. -t'omtF-rotDi'
Affairs and has now CB SOLICITTCL'B.
:Military grees above zero.W. standing dish on his ; ,)!?"tlon this and enolone
and then to call on Commissioner Black, The inhabitants of the moon, if there I ar Cary," he wrote the senior The farmer in the'r swamps, we're sure, I atp. 'V. Uotchkiu.1L'GlAMrl X. Y. U4O STEVENS & CO.'

has dubbed it the "Pension brewery. are any, behold a much larger and more W. Hawson, an authority in celery member of the firm. '") t. find the roots and plants that cure'U I VEfiL f'l.n? ::>*. .: W1fLLNTON.JlCA.t1jDETROiT.D. s. CLFV LA'D. ORb.

It is the General, "between luminous moon than the inhabitants of I grOwing, docs nut believe, with Washingtonjoins by i heir klowlEtgithey only knew I ,!': -t, .PUn.Tlt\ the WalL -aftRPN- _Micu_ _
a says me in warm thanks to for 'O' one I. '.t 1l"
raB" dlseasi.arh
you your grew. .ioa. WV to : :For mstruo
,. a country brewer and a car the earth do. It is thirteen times larger some growers, that celery blight is considerate of two Take courage! now and "s.Namp-lioot" try- I .i adcir.b J. :iij I'ro". EaSt hPItrl ,kij'n.=.V CataogiiesaL !
itable." General General than ours, and, therefore, thirteen times caused by an insect, but that the insectwhich present large stone (for kidney, liverand bladder complaints), .- ktaited
tok jars of pickled tripe I must ak you to As 0 this_remedy j caT re: Free
luminous. It in the fitma- on leaves to : y LWELUIRIWNOI llriir. };
I Sheridan through the building recently more hangs appt'ar beginning for four similar in Fra't'. L. Loo INLAID. N. T..c
jars wicker- If ; --
all beauties and ment of the moon without dccny invited by the decay and is not arrange af1cted Y ith sore eyes use Dr. I".nc Thorn -
and showed him Hscrilnery fop
it apparent basket casing packed in outer casks to on'g Eye-water. at2 per bottleIf \Viil Is of pny i.pta,from 2 0 to 8,000 feet PUr.j3 f4lTal.7oZulelueurso
the occasion Drugistssl for
utilities. After they came out and stood change of place but not without change of it. > I I \ptr.l,1 or ""*- U.lr vultd ifalC8mDililji.ff And
be shipped for my account direct from Porble Hon"tr "oi k ID M g rwipr acir-ileni! tL I'ajr w h -n cnre barn : of suracefor this globe it turns Profes-or a cough disturbs your sleep take Piso' I drill MahUt St to mulk iiCO IlL '.'. .
looking up at the big pi'ed one on great a E. W. ftevyart says no grain the owners. Dental infirmity impels Cure for Consumption and rest ether. t rasr.nd jib I.power. aT J \\ r/
of the other Heigs said: on its axis presents its oceans and conti. should be fed alone my well rock tp.aUy ad"pt to tinting In e or
top I to- cattle that are caring for this item in domestic 't \ Fo.er and others are making t25
.. T "Genert, what do you think of iU" nent in grand succession. In a word, being. fattened. A great error of many I I commi8s necessary* ."-You'h' Com our O flDIIIU Habit Cu I'rd. Treatment t-ent on trial to.o.lnHR 5 to per eur day VIntro- n.r nwrhmeryand. -V.e Are tools the H'lendidr.Sa"'nirr. ned TllR STO'S I PEARLIDOTHPOWBER
pan- REMEDY Lafayelt.liHl J
"I hare one fault to find with-it. I twenty-four hours this great rotundity feedersfin his opinion, is giving grain CO I.I ttainpefuri1bntre MAnufaeture"In the I.oe! Send celU I epi.rTetI. I'r.Cr anil Gn.is llralthy.

%aid little Phil. which we mortals tread turns its pictured and hay separately; both the rain and ion.The 1 ; G RANTfE YOU Tn 1cr4l.iv:'; Piere" ) H. ADDBESS.York.PATENTS habit eure4j
i.-- : countenance W .501) K.*. IIM.Kllooks el EicaTator Sew
to the and
What's moon lose i
I grandly hay large of their !
; that I percentage food stock of the Bell Circularl.rner- :.".1 I'.ipri" i bp&r&-.
Telephone tf
"Ifi fire repays the listening or gazing lunarians I value by separating them. capital F R iff KT fro:!lirnu alt OVIr tu.. L.. :>.an S -
; .
by repeating to them with tl best ol Company $10OOOOO, and the capital .u\d. If you sen t i rnt< to i a to&'!.icrtt leJrt. 8'-ndat ,,
".. e Pancoast- (; itli ths your name new m-u of _\1. Nzip for ,Ired
I I Philadelphia stock of the various sub or license PensiuS5i I !13 us.
of has been its ,the story of birth.Whether companies DlrrrorT. ALI E:&CO.. hoi O K..iiu.1y, ;'. t. u.ti,
0 The consumption liquor abity it I dealers, fruit, say V that two barrels of is 0-5,000,000.; :The Bell stork '

double i the last fourteen years in Bel intelligences the moon who'-e i i apples of the fist grade sell juicker and sells in the:mar.ket"at nearly double its 111W E WANT YOU aUTemenwtlc mAnor *.UI.-S**. dnT> T'8' forth 8UO
oman n under th- b< .
capacities enable them to read the >rfee: Add
gum, ad there i now a Baloon. to every is a question for philosophers and story astronomer : fo? more. money than a three-bare mix- face. ,value. The aggregate of thc'1elletmp'IMe' prcfltablo cune Sxlary cmploTinent$;s)ier IIDII to rn..rt eqenw'Ud i,eyer II '- .. > & ,: Lti.Lt 1IOLDMi.i1oiIyM /lirATETs

.. t tire' < f these two stock Bfells for UiT cc ejcs if I '-
one-half Jrer"rUI"
I notbr. .. stple3AI forInventors' lavatopq irntfcMk ft**, 15er'ne'i&e
$alr Cultivator.B1S bur Outflt tut-\ Obtained. Send stamp 1
S t .-.8e j barrel of the second :." 1rl' tl.E.NVER ft
jcrtvl I P.l .ita face value LVX31WA.& .5 C. HAS3. I a ...Pascal 1 duMeL. Bixo- .l4.cna'; %Yaahjatto,
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