The Starke telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086646/00009
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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: March 12, 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: UF00086646:00009
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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It is &Id that th papers and MSS of RETURN wrong stovepipe bdx to the old home. D. fast -- -'--- .t

his lather which Colonel: Fred. Grant Is Would we return stead in >ew England. I paid the Gov- taken, the asleep ropes on tut the and ground lying,at his the knife foot ,. A WONDERFUL FORMATION I NEWS AND NOTES FOI| OJ1. -t' 2 : ."

will mike two or three vo'nr.es once the gates which close the ernment the price of one box of stove- of the tree, and the prisoner Thereway ". -
editing I upon past pipes. gave the old Quartermaster gorie. The mincemeat used at te Doss the road wind dvm.Jil all the way fY 1
of the size of the gcncrars"MCtt Were opened wide for us and the dear a ful great etcitement. Two or three ran PE3DLTAB BACTERIAN GROWTH Wit s, the '
Jrs. i hid ,
receipt the very
remains nicely to D. roughly shook him Olt House is made by Mrs. Folsom t and withmmmcli A YOUNG GIHL.
pathway stretched before ,
us San Will the take frewhola
Rmembre Francisco. and until this moment I profanity, asked him if he knew I Dr. Kate I. Kelsey hol.l fee.'office of I cy' journey .on

The main building for the American cear have never brelthed it. But a lovely the cuss had escaped. D. rubbed his : City Physician in ) Wis. yl
will be To lead us back to youth's lost land at last, white marbl3 A Frog Growing011 the Side of the From morn _
in London this: I monument in that in t my ,
Exhibition year pretty eyes a sleepy sort of way, jumped to There are six women stulents in the night frend
Whereon April shadows lightly Cast little Little ; -
constructed of steel niilioad rails, and it le's New England! town matks the last his feet excitedly, and told the miners Maid's Head-The 310th.er's collegtate ccrarae of Columbi! I But is there for the night 1 a rat&iplace f \
Eecalled the old sweet days of childish fear resting place of box of Story.A Cpllege.
is thought that this plan solves the problem With all their faded hopes and broughtanear my stovepipes. that the prisoner musthave seen him fall Very becoming face veils trejif large-,, A roof for when the slow.darfc hoars Le- :.
to sleep then had j recent oirnfor of the 4 .
-- carefully taken his St. Louis Pe- =
build- meshed I'.ussian net with calloped.edge. gm vfc-.
erecting -
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of fireproof temporary ,
II. knife without waking him, cut his ropes p'Mu-finsxjs: Dr E. Yo.mkin, the well- '' May not the darka MM' {| | my face? .'!
the 'utmost and at the The streams in which skies
with our
were and known 4
speed far-of The and
practitioner editor
ingi gone. men were very much en- of theAmffletu You cannot miss .
I have not, so far, given Licuteant Two sisters in Washingteii T>ear the
lcact cost. glas-ed; raged. D..was made a prisoner. Some Mflifid Jouni'il, returned yesterday -
r .- -- Did these lost dreaifs which wake the souls his D.'s father, a reputation for veracity in went so far as to say that I). ought to from a professional trip to Illinois, names of Desire Moore a'.dl Plenty.--1 Shall I meet other wayf'U -

A iouisvil7e' rneclnn'c has devised an sad yearning stories. The mention of the \ igi- swing in the outlaw's place, and from wherein he wa confronted with one of Moore. .i- Those who have g nebefthe. .

appAratus which discourage the giv. But live once more and waited our returning lance Committee a few mo lents ago reminds being the best liked man in camp he became the most remarkable cases in the history There are seven women in IlUpois who Then must I knock or"caH>irKnr just insight ..

I of fal-e wi cities. His 4 me of one on him which will il- an object of contempt. He seemed of medical practice.! To a Re, u'/lian reporter are acting as County Superinieifdenta of- ?
of fire in lustrate
ing arms
Would we return? character in another respect. to feel very badly; he looked mortified the doctor last! night gave the following public schools. They will not standing at the
appliance is a pair of nugn-.tie nippers, In 1 HO he was in a mining then and keep .!,
: Would we returnIf camp heartbroken over his'. account of the case: "A few A woman worker in a Ktlamaoo'cooper ; door. "- -
called .z
which gras ig 'lii mr't the man who enchantment held tho heart no Ilangtown, but now known as trouble. A pnrsuing party had been days ago I was called into linoi*, eighty shop makes manybrr-ls a day:' 1 L.- .

on t alarm: and ho'tl: him at 10\6's I 1'angtown! was well named, sent out, but Bl hal thrcj hours! miles south of St. Louis, and on learning any man in the shop.n !\ Shall I find comfort,travel40( 4M weak?
ur "I more for it a .
the head
was ,uarte-8 of the Vigilance start and it came back uusuc ess that there was a peculiar case of 'moth Of labor shall find the mmK&Z .
the box until the arrival of the fire department. And we hal come to count the wild sweet Committee in that Corsage bouquets of large $ze have j you
portion of the it with the er's mark' in the
agreeable! news that the vicinity, I determinedto lost lonfe Will there be beds for me and .all who seek? 4.
favor two three
___ pain, State, and more hanging: of lawless outlaw had stolen Dos mule, and they go and see it. When I reached the coun- flowers or r gemmed j. Yes, beds for all who come. .
The fond distress, the lavish tears-but vain; characters were going on there per hour all said: "It right. The try home, I was shown a pretty, vivacous: being preferred. t ,

Irrigation has coins into extensive use Had cooled the heart's hot wounds amidst than in any other village town, or cityon los of his own mule allayed all Suspicion maiden of ten summers, with a mis- A :Maine lady, whose hair jlai grown .' -Chfst.tikl: :ctl $1

"in Colorado. Ex-Governor Koutt, of the roar earth. The little community had against I)., if any had existed, and chievous sparkle: in her young eyes, and to the extraordinary length of'ciht feet, -

that"Stat e, says people arc now usingabo't Of mountain gales, or, on some alien shqre long Buffered from horse and mule thieves he was soon released with a severe reprimand bometing on her'head bearing a has refused an offer of $2'iO\Xfor' : her. HUMOR OF_ TiE DAY.. .

tlc that Worn out the soul's long anguish and had but the scoundrels were so adroit and for his cinlessness.: But as D. strong resemblance to a frog or toad. tresses. | i 4.rocks.'Jicay

all the water they can find in slain knew the country so well that they were told me afterward, once or twice he was The little girl was perfectly lorined and Queen Marguerite of Italy writing a The cradle of liberty is as solid a its

way. "From the north linjof our State At last the dragon of despair-if then the seldom captured. Once' in a while, feeling pretty anxious, for he did not know had never been seriously: ill and was book of fables, the subjects of which unf.

: to Pueblo all the water coming from the train secure, one would' become indiscreetor what his enraged comrades would do. prettybut at the sight of this ill-formed she has gathered from romanwei. of the The most popular trade mark-f.Menliant .-

Eastern slope of the mountains is now Of vanished years came back, and, of and would be captured and then A month ago I saw I 1). in New York, monster's head, looking out from the dark ages. | :i Trateler /_ *'>'. .

utilized for Not much has yore, a tried before a court of. igilantes. The where he now resides, and in the course seat of reason, one's first impulse is to A red or green cord iroy j::kst, with : Who wants a .i. most?- '

irrigation. river. The same voice called, and with soft eyes beguiling leader of this gang of thieves hall
yetbeen, tiken from the Arkansas Ieen'augbt, and things got so bad that matter of curiosity, I)., did yom ever get brought suddenly to confront a reptile. furnishes a pretty suit for a b y of from .-, The buzz-saw has an off hand way .
made to use its finally determined dIu I twas made for I drew *
Preparation nre being your money your mule "Yes, near howeverand three to six -
Our lost love beckonel, through time's years. { with new acquaintanees.-&rntom Bulletin. -
water, however, and a large area will beaded veil cray and he was captured while riding awayon said D., "about six months later the was convinced. Near the top of the New bows of narrow ribL.nfor the? 4
another man's mule. He was brought sum of $!JO head the left
was to creditin i on parietal: bone there
thereby to the arable district of Would we return? to deposie my hair are fashicned to stands uji in the f! A mustard :
camp, pleaded not guilty, but was San person unknown i \\as a patch destitute of hair, in the cen plaster i very sympathet- -
the State. I do not believe irrigationby Would we return sentenced to be hanged on the following to the bank, and five years later:' continued '! tre of which was situated the toad. I same bonnet trim and "perky" fashioic a the 'I tic. When it cui't anything else for -

rtcsian wells morning. D., who was a member of the D. looked and it trimming of the seasca.j you it draws your attention.BIrUli't -.
practicable/ Once we had crossel to death's unlovelyland going to the safe and handing :j again appeared more like a I
Vigilance Committee, was detailed to me a letter, "I received this letter, which : frog when it floats on the smooth surfaceof Red with white polka dots mates very :::1:1I ton Free 2'rcm. ;.

And trod the bloomless guard the fellow during the night. I have always kept as proof that Bill was the water,with its head and shoulde s pretty little house dresses fo| children f After rolling all night in his berth the .-" *: '

: Ben. Pcrlcy Poore says that :Mayor ways among the I One by one the tired miners went to too good a man to hang:" in sight." I and should be simply trimme-d with steward gota boot thrown at him when. .

t. Hewitt, of New York, once hired an Lone and dead after had :I flee p. Night settled down, and 1). was Avon's OFFICE -, Jan. 4, 1V><;5. I "lias it eyes, legs and a mouth?1" white soutache braid and pearl buttons.Crecns he asked the sck: passenger if be would ..

upper story in one of the caterer Worm.ley's unhappy: years fled left sitting on a box, his rifle across his MY 1)x.ur FRIEND FKA\K: 1 made my es-. "Well, the front l.alf. of the little animal : of the moss shades are very have a roll fur breakfast.

: houses He had three With twilight wings along that glimmering knees, while the outlaw was bound s-- ('ap a you know, and sold your mule for i was above the general contour of fashionable for street wear, and after the Men curse the wind so and raw .... .

=- Washington. strand, curely with ropes and tied with his backto I was the \>et I could do, Fran I ; the scalp but the legs seemed to be English fashion are very frt'uentytrimmed That brings the chi .

bedrooms, and would wander from one I then-au angel came with outstretched a tree only a few feet away. The over- an got i the left money it in San and Francisco serap,d together for Th.J i i 1010 buried in the cranium, just as they with passementerie beading I And then when things begin t thaw ".. :
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I to the other in hope of finding sleep in hand land mail had arrived that day, and was for the use of .ho mule-ha you.was n Rood I| would be in water if the animal was jets. They kick beaus it's' Traveler. ;-

the third that would not come in the To lead us back, and we recalled in dread a'ong toward midnight I D. lighted a candle one. I then came and have stayed lam':. swimming. The head and mouth are Spanish kid gloves for evening wear r Teacher The wisest. .( that' .,
How soon the tears that for shed and a Cincinnati well oil'and am respefted a ul! citizen, well defined but the : man cter
once us are began reading news- a eyes are mis!ing/ ; now have the of thr wearer .
first or second. The first night he was shown monogram lived said "There is under .
as : nothing new
May flow for others-how like words in paper in an endeavor to make the long by my election as Mayor last year. "You say the mouth is well defined embroidered the backof the
kept awake by dog? the seron.1 night You save i my life, my dear fiiend. wiu n I upon the smjn" Little Boy (enthusiastically): '
saul hours pace quickiy. The camp was in a I de-rved to die, so dou't bo olrVud.-d, 'Yes, sir; I opened it with my own wrist, in cither black or colored silk or Hut 111 bet had baby at >1.
by,cats, and the third night by b'rJs. Our memory fades away-how oft our wak tall pine forest-the treetops so close to- Frank, when I tell you that if yen or yoiir.j fingers, ,and felt almost afraid i would.I gold. his house? they never a \!

:t 4G. Tie fourth day Wormlcy said to him: ingMight gt.ther that they shut out any light from are ever in want of a home or ned a d Jar bite me, although the teeth were .not Six Swedish women are now .
the stars. Here and there could be always ( I visible. There substance poet some X
p 'r. Hewitt, I have killed the dos, vex the living with the dead hearts' seen miners, rolled up in their blankets, on every cent I have in the woild. Year perceptible, that was added a mucous much to its nat- studying at Lund University, of whom !"I Owe No Ian a Dollar." This if true, ;f;

, and I have of rH of the breaking, grateful friend, WILLIAM S. three propose to be doctors, two are is conclusive evidence that he it ..
., hopes getting fast asleep on the ground. A few smoldering I turalness, and left an impression that it engaged ,,.' '
Would we return I finished the letter mathematics and one the Iri- '
and looked studying
at D. ,
cat", but the birds are beyond me. : fires still gave I little light; now could eat, just the same as any other r in some other buines than writing i
Jk Would we return? whose were moist he said "Yes I manities. .
eyes as : oetry.-X.rroczm Herald. .
it and then a moment iry flame would shoot mouth. *
un.' -Robert BU"lt H'tf.ton, in Century. up from one of them, brightening the and that mau is one of the most prominent "What is the exact position of this Mrs.: Leland Stanford, of California, I An up-town merchant said to a farmer -

;: gentleman win has resided in the dark night: but little, and then throughthe respected, and influential: citizens additional head on the ? is encting Albany. N. Y., a home for | : "A dollar will go farther than it .- _.
in chil's
: Yellowstone! -National Park for many THE GENERAL'S STORIES gloom could be seen I). guarding the Times.the Northwest to-day.-.Yelo Yvrk "It is situated on the !itc, the aged poor and a day nursery for Juse to." I\ ,"' the farmer quic.kye-! _-

prisoner., All I). read- bone rather the of the children of poor workingwomen as a "and it makes the elista-nce in
!)L-. years, and is well acquainted with its was quiet. was parietal near top Jplied,
I home when the head and when : memorial to her parents.Sets time." HuJion, .
who sits the
., conditsaysthat "the game in the ing news, prisoner, The Color of Birds' Esrss. one on rght quicker RCJ.ublcaa.
, SCEVE-Bachelors' Mess at Fort Bowie, had seen the name of the paper, printed side of the little gir and looks at the of beaded ornaments for the corsage The curfew tolls the knell of parting day; *n

" i 1' while the number of Arizona. TUleAillor Night. The in large type at the top of the page, Many birds make their nests in lofty frog, it looks for al the world as if it such a plastron cuffs, epa'teteq, J The painter bold wind lowly o'er the lea, -

: :> v)7'sing?: iscfe. At the present time General, a CivilVar, broke the silence by saying in a low trees or on the edges of precipitous dills.Of contemplated directly into the nnd necklet are seen in all !.And, a he goes, on doth display
I .. and an Old Fort\-niueJ speaks these, the vultures and springinJ add ch the effect of M "Take J pills and from all Ills '
;, t herds of buffalo, aggrc- voice s ((eaTc>T .- __ eigles, crowsJLaje beholder's l coloring,, and J to U i rrco enki' b
Yes there are many, a great many, Sthe conspicuous e\amples. They are, "How large is this bacterian growth? a beautiful l n-ae 'gttP. : I Ii IrJ Louis .
/r' 1.S t 130; there are about poinger, wi you lctTne iaya'as iev I I -St. Itngazine. 4
good stories told by pioneers, some more "for'VR t Part, too powerful to be "At it is about t. 1
p.' r 800 mountain sheep I I wor4 to you I've got only a present bj lt\ .S .1, i Alpaca makes some very-! service Ie -J ylGJoq Q:1id to have gone through ,
.1 exce lent than I t ewafraid of tfie"ttYLng magpie, nnll' he nnf nr-il *v *'" .
tl"if 1 tt} ,.mr and I want to speak to 'fOU a ... Irug or ha ilf an house toilettes which are jutractivjil i iI e as has :
:!;, .4 1und cd. nJteope: D ,.dow!'; __ ____ _, __ nl,.r fllI...6,I lil'tip....:" only fear the attack; < l PL".. prey, 1 I.'I 0..n.1 +.hflh1*. ihA ." n .... h __,._lt __J A.lf_ ,_1 T __tt. .S_ ?J A.uuu .'L_ lfe leisurely_ .h I .,' .
l .[ n u< hSl/u Y VlA\iU AO tb SJIIIV7W l .
_______ h _C" table, ; J -f \CI mil luuriu wiIieimi:ritiu i uv him nfty-two to
Ud 1 ".. 'i,ous/- father who tells very many "Yes," answered D., in a surly tone, among whom they doubtlessUiJ.y : J1 epithelial border, destitute of the hairy !,I on the high road t > faihon:: ,;may be had and: we know years of geir -.b;: ,.. ,
excellent mind he tells them '' human race. They rely for the safety of of the The remainder of I eople .
t. y beaver, streams and lake stores so "go on. growth scalp. in a great variety of shades.: | reached 1SS7 in less than half that time. :.
fl their on the "inaccessible .
.J" often at ocety's dinners 'Do you from Cincinnati, my eggs positions tho head was covered with a thick cov- ,
of !. rrountain lions arc frequently 11ai of time of them also Mrs. Caroline S. Brooks, who 1 | J that I imagine he is beginning: believe friend. I you are reading a Cincinnati nest Many belong of auburn hair, and the little girl .
erng lolanthe executed in but-
met i wildcats and lynx quite them himself. I have never to'd this newspaper, and that was my home, to a ti1arger gro :.p of birds who rely even prouder of her 'toady,' beautifully : 'I They say that I man can leave an umbrella ..'.,
n ter attracted ch attention at (the
so m
ab4it, otter, martin and minks quiteplet.L" story bcol. I will explain why a and I would like to ak you, if you ever for thesafety of their eggs upon their she called it. than she did of her beautiful Centennial, is out doors in .Norway and find it 9 -
j : common stovepipe, like the one comingout go back that way, to tell a little lie for own ability, either singly, in 'pairs, or in locks." Exposition nI: w a sculptor j there at any time. This does not show ;
with studio New
; of that stove iu the corner, is alwaysa me, and say I had been killed fighting colonies, to defend them against all ag- "Of what color is the frog?" a in \orkity. I so much that the peiple are positively _

1 .tbef: grim reminder, in my eyes, of early the Indian, for it would break my poor grc!sors. Few colonies of birds are more "The color-is that of the true skin, The more fanciful th costume honest as it does that they seldom, have : .

] Detroit Free Pre: The California days. A few years after our old father's heart if he heard the interesting than those of herons, cornier- but the parents informed me that during can be, the better nioie.fctylishjt;: i is. rain in Norway.-Xtll JI
"hjitie cure" succeeds the faith cure. occupation of the State, I was: stationed truth. rants, and their rcsp" ctive allies These a wet or rainy time, or seasons of even Two or more colors ari ( be-1 kind of rake do you cal

Thilientand a healthy friend are mes- in t-outheru California, near Los Angeles, do it," answered D. "But don'tcall birds lay white or nearly white eggs. cloudy weather, it turned a little purple, sides a lace garniture | form of a long that!I" asked a young husband at '' '

'. t rriefi and the former's ailmcatransfencd and one afternoon I strolled out to the 11 me your fiicnd.ometliing ." I Nature, with her customary thritChas '. a if wanting to take to water, its natural jabot down the sides oi the skirt. I I tea.table. "Sponge Cak", i* it." "Yea; :

together scene of the Los Angeles massacre, in :- familiar in the prisoner's lavished no color upon element."Is One of the newest fjll' for evening \hat kind of cake did you think it '..

or "drawn of" to the which a fiend. of mine, a young officer voice struck I)., however, and as the apparently it would have been wasted I the sense of touch communicated wears in the form of s. .ba(k colI I!': was? I thought. it might. be stoma-h

I lattji(,Whether the hcilthy: friend as- and some enlisted men had been man talked D. wondered where he hid: effort to do so ; but the egg* of the guillemot I freely from this to the'biain 1 picot e.lged rjJ bon, the same II take *1 ou are real mean, so you are." ::

seafcadilf to the proceeding docs not killed by the Mexicans some time before. heard tint: voice before. and finally are a remarkable exception to this "Yes, the sympathy is complete, and I forming a revers flow. the front of the '. -TidBhts.The .

-' ap from any report thus far made. While c.ideavonng to get a good idea settled on the man as Bill S., who had rule. Few eggs are more gorgeously a probe or a puncture of 'toady' pro- dress and bordering ca'Jbadt-i: of lace. I bull-dog in the show, whose part -4

\ TiMJficulty in (finding a willing rccipienfinon of. the position occupied by our troopsI bC1 a big boy and in a higher class atH. colored, and no esgs exhibit such a variety duces pain as instantly as would be The first hospital for women and children it was to sei/e the villain by the throat \

accidentally stirred up the earth Francs Xavis-r's College when he of color. I is impossible to suppose caused by touching any other member." m Scotarli(! red by medical and hold on for dear life, succeeded at -f
cases woud! constitute, one with shoe and looking down I in that protective sole can have "Do think this 'inc .b IS' be List in Edin- .
my s iw himself was a little boy there. And ton you can women, :. year Cincinnati the other night in dragging 'l
wouhiuli, n!insuperable obst-u-lc.: I something glisten 1 kc
directors' can only adapt the system picke'd up aid found, it to be I hum in ing O taw, his face hardened by exposure white edges of the chalk cliffs; and sex- that would make that operation unsafe?" under the charge of Dr. .Tcs Blake. i iI liver whidi coaxed him on. and, ,d
ual seletton
must (
to inference of disease from the human linger bone, and sti on it the West dissipation: could still be would have been ejuillypowerless. { "It has no vascular connection, as i isoften | Coarse mesh Unisseli net is the most taking it before the lootlights, he sat ,:f;;

Point cbs ring my dead friend, seen the likeness of the schoolboy who I be too ludicrous a the cae in sim lar freaks, but can elegant fabric for bridesmaids' costumes. down and quietly ate it, while the vil- *Q 1.

( 6i members of the animal kingdom mIl ked with his name:' and the date of had, run away from home to Clforia. suggestion suppose that a cock guillemot be removed at anytime without danger.I and is usually over a surah or silk lain escape(1. 4 ;

i a great blessing cspcc'ally in his graduation. I had visited his family "Kxcuse me." said the prisoner, fell in love with 1 plain-colored henbecause ollcreel to remove it, and g ;.urantccd foundation. 'mate 'es are made in along .j
he remembered that !
casrf irresUtablc impulse. I i\ill be in >ew England, so I w ote to them, in calling you my friend, but you werereading she laid last season complete and speedy restoration, but the full pull the ebow.A : Coal in the Metropolis. ::
It rlthilJto
closing their boy's ring and explaiumnhow a from home and it a gay-colored egg. cannot girl objected to parting with her I I ,
mind, however, that in this paper my ltc Mrs. in the
bin be accident that the Sawyer, cmpuyeel patent
i it had come into my possession. In seemed to me I had seen you before. causes gllicmot'sggs pet, and some country physicians Lad l Oscar W. Kiargs saysan the New York .
"hypnotic cure" would be no ( to bi S ) handsome and so her that it would not be o'ticc as a copyi, has so marked i resemblance i Mail ard all the coal
fore the course of time I received a very Dil l you go to the Jesuits' school inCmncimina'i va toll parent E.tires: Yearly .Ai
In the of birds in holese to Mrs.( 'vchmnd as to be .
nov. "Thcrci is record in the New grateful answer, requesting me, if I when you vere a little boy, case breeding to remove ( so they objected (.. I brought to New York c-.nics in canal '.: I
whcrevei and
Teacnt of could the m.m'sicmains reminds of cure from the prying eyes of the marau ling l- "How do explain this curiosity""Well ? pointed out e gpc :JCen { carrying 100 tons or in cars from J ,
its use nearly 2,000 years identity young for your face me a youngsterI you be mistaken for the 'resident's l : boat -71
color is where it to j .
to have them disinterred and sent homeI knew there who e name was D., Frank magpie, no wasted sir, it has long been a question I:. to twenty tons. This coal id not
ag _ is not wanted. the medical to Hed cashmere makes the most popular delivered in New York to :
-- -- found the remains and shipped them, I 1. I think ? I remember him very among fraternity as 1. exc.pt retai'j
nicely boxed, to the Depot Quartermaster \ became one day he was being bu-! The more deep'y nature is studied,the whether then was any such thing as a dresses for little girls iom.six to eleven es. The railroad cars and canal : I
Imbly the most unsociable and e-- more certain seems to be the conclusionthat 'mother's mark and I have heretoforebeen year. They are mdllith simple'yokewaist I: first unloaded of thenumerous
then in 'oan Francisco, re ,uesii g lied by a bigge boy; he was delicate are at some one .
ch" resident of Hamilton County, him to hoi I them, as I would come and couldn't defend himsel', and I all her endless variety is the result a doubting Thomasb, it since I have and full pufed ves; thp-e or coal-depots on the Newer ey ': J

. ,' Oh i is James liulisile, of Miami in a month myself and re-ship alonl. II turne in and laid the bully out." of evolution. It seems also to be more seen this, and heard the mother's story, four tucks are oily finish for the shore. It is scut over to the city in canal :

For nearly a quarter of a due time I received another kind letter 1 es, ,"said I)., "1 was the boy and ald more certain that natural selectionis I will come down o'T the fence and admit skirt. tAs I. boats &rule, though to some extent in I

TOhip. announcing the arrival of the remailo, I remember it all. But I am sorry to see not the cause ot evolution but only' that it is pos-ible for the mental to a substitute fof birds' win s, a cars. Some of the retailers do a very extensive '
ch he has never been beyond the it* guide. Variation is.the cause of evolution make a lasting Impression: the physical millinery establishment business having from ten to .
and the family seemed not able to thankme you where you are. I didn't think you upon leading English {
: Hoof a farm of 170 acres, and shows enough for what had been no trouble I hal gone so low. And now, Lill, you but the cause of variation is un nature.'' I :is using side wings of ilk Jo support thehighstinding twenty different oes. There are many .

;..;: position either to visit the outside to me at all. Later on, having been : got to die in the morning, and if known-Mttule. "What is the mother's story?" bows o.rape, ribbon or brokers who, while ostensibly dealers .q

1 wo or to cultivate his more immediate granted a leave of absence, which I was you have any messages that you wantto "Simply this: She states that while lace which form the p.''ncial trimning; themseves: are really supplied from retailers

: lives alone in spending in the East, I found my-clf in send home you had better give themto The Czar.A walking through a wood. she accidentally qf toques. i from whom they receive 1 commission .:
.a 4 neibors He a dilapidatcfog New Yoik City and I received inviti- me, for your time is short. I wi Washington letter to the Boston stepped on a toad, which gave her a A linen collar still mains the 'viita The poor in tenement!, having \

I but,*"vhich clearly shows thom tion to visit the family again. So one t' 1 the lie you asked me to tell, Ti-ii, e'fe says: General: Alrecl'leasanton great tri.h. She was at the time bare- ble neckwear for use \vitha| tailor jnade no place m which to store coal, are

4 time, with :absolutely no (>rcoiiny Saturday: morning I started and reachedthe necessary I will cover it up with a thousand was in a to-night. foot, first thought was a snake.As suit. Mull, lace, tlle: beads, ur.ih.. obliged to buy it by the pail, and are

? than a yellow dog and '; lovely old homcstca l, wbjch was more." He sat in the reading-room of Willard's, she looked down she saw the toad crepe de chine, etc., bginto;: be utilizedmore thus forced forced to pay about double

-4, ,,, 'icou'low-bred beautifully: situated in a Xew Englandtown. I After remaining in silence for some and began to draw stories from the vast sticking half way from beneath her foot, than formerly I a srme. what."elab! the usual price by tHe tons Cheap flats -s,. ,

a ken or more barnyard I was hospitably received. On time and evidently in deep thought, D. storehouse of his experience. The corre- with its head protruding This was undoubtedly orate style of dressing the neck. and some of the tenements are supplied ,. -

lot His life has been such a solitary the following morning, Sunday, I wa r fiitinued "Bill, do you think after spondent asked him if the reports of the the reaqon of the mark on the Large balls of jet be-ids arc seen fupcn m cloth bass hold'ng 100 pounds;

ostthat he hai become an object of little cemetery and show this cxpeiien e, if yo I were free again, Czar's drunkenness were. true and the head of the child." the' dgcs:of some new m ntles. These the e bags obviate the sprmk ing of

msity to the good people of Cloves my friend's grave, over which had been I that you would lead a decent li'e and General replied: *'I knew the Czar very .would ,seem to materially'add: tcJ the coal dust on the stairs and in ..
.:' "Yes said well when I was in Huesia, and these reports A Snail I the room and are really a ucful invention -
4torth and for the erected a beautiful marble monument, inscribed lv omc a good citi/en. Race :weight garments' though the I
A Bend, years reaifllf -** ;
with his name. mil.tary history i 1.'I would, but there's no show for are nil lies made out of whole I'm told that foolish Frendunan**?: 2 ;'pftbee get: upon'cork ; the quantity{ of coal they contain -, -

I 1 & his seclusion has been a subject anel the date and manner of his ele ilh.After'a me now." cloth. They are concocted for the readers a new amuscment'forklainvented I ?{.; ( t" thlleffect in a measure usually costs about thirty ceojrtf bur.. :

.*' ".peculation among them. He is delightful! visit I left, and my "Well. Till! i you wi promise me of the English new.-papers, for you know the sport of inU--, ': are made entirely of this price was doubled! rccejm1y reason ',{.

a, f |? rn as the Hermit, of the Whitewater leave being up, I received orJers to proceed faithfully that you will n ver steal again that a Briton is willing to'believe almost course is a long smool__- ', ,,, "4,4 b'et put nn in rows ound of the tear. ity: The-rmiammies! in the '
'\ to San 1 rancisco to report.for dutyas that you wi always try to do rig*,* I anything bad about a Huss aD. American s end of which i a higbtM i ]'ennsylania coal combination produce .-,
ivy. of the to place no confidence in such rows 101nd.'HI aggregate 2,000,010 tons anna- .
Depot uartermaster. In those days will let YO'1 go, in remembrance ought the room is darkenedtkj, nTIS or" .
;t: .ii r r Quartermaster, when relieving each time when you licked that bully to save stories. In some respects the C/ar is a ally begin to creep : two' ,more i ally sew York, Philadepra! : and. s ,-. -
ith- i
?: ,-iting from Mexico a correspondent :fother, were very careful to see that all me, for I think a boy who would do wonderful man."Phialy toward the flame,: _. _ : *.long, are jet the or iisual gilt i! Boston are the great coal markets. fnila-! ;

lie Philadelphia Itccord says there public propert.' re.-eipted for, e en to tint would grow to be a man too good he is the strongest man ia more interestingtvjplaced oQs;_ .I I del phi., though nearer the coal fields, "
pO'ntelpoke' ;
Europ he was the Czarewichhe -4 l has at times: bad to quite higher ; '
the last pay
inumcrahle ruined cities buried bolt was there in the storehouse, to hang. I across the b ard.jii& .! these boimcts.
teepfJe before touching a pen to the receipts relieving "But Frank," said Bill, "can you do noticed that all of his letters were snails, so to speak, are-jburdi '' .. prices than tho other two cities, the tax .
wilderBfesscs of that country and the other from it and save yourel for they might opened before they reached his hand. pellets of clay. This sort of thini_ .4 t .. -.i with much .avor thus levied on its citizens by the corporations ,

ra1 Amelca"which still await in The amount of property was responsibility.great hang you in my place, and I would He requested an audience with the Czar, do to amuse a Frenchman whose 'I I mfor:: '"'ec111y as a tri.u- : which they thcmse-1-cs created 4

co of the explorer; thereflhundrcds'of it took'me four days to vc1ify it according -. rather stay and take my me licine than and inquired if his mail had been. hangs heavy on his hand, but the best -mioO. while, or amounting in one year, it is estimated,
Icu opened by the executive orders. His I gol wn cloth. These cloaks have I to $:J, ( This: rcoultid from 'the
deserted and to the invoices. On the invoices do that. excuse for it that I've heard is a verse i60fOO.
temples were some original boxes of stovepipes, .Never mind about that, BilL Talk I Majesty: replied that he had gven; no supposed to come from the snails them- short w its and ful skirts ancf: with I I lower rates of freight granted to the -

bling pyramids which were built so that is to say. some which had never low and we will arrange the plan. I will such directions, and the prefect of police selves. Hero it is: them are -top-heavy'hats (? dirk more distant marker. An inquiry two -

,I" j-tvilight of time that no been opened. While going around with cut your ropes and give you my knife. was summone.1. The C. ar askedhim Our motto is 'Festina lente," felt, with wide bnmtand large crown, years ago showed that Philadelphia, at -
be found if he had opened his son's letters, I with a huge clusterfrf ostrich tips as a distance of only ninety miles from the -
rctfO of the builders. In the Juartermfi'ter-Sr'ergeant, on the after in the morning I wi asleep, And it's better than ten out of twenty;
itions When to which the prefect replied that: orders For the later start and trimming. coal fields. price ofl".50 -
than noon of the fourth day, we came the my knife taken, you rone. I :you slower you padretai
.;.tan alonp less sixty-seven boxe. of stov.ispipjs.: Ieing! orginal t: you go down the caynon take my mule. I I had been issued that all letters shoul I be go, Bodices of p'ain elvet contiiSue to per ton; l2Omulcsaway, paid **
cifhavc been discovered, opened and no exceptions made. TheCZaewich"s The sooner )'ou'l ]learn who is beaten, you I !i.iO: Balt'morc, lS miles distant,
istorc: packages, I did not order them to be Be sure about it, for my life may depend I know! grow in popularity. They are usually only

*pite the fa\. at this willlcst territory opened. but satisfied myse'f' by moving on that. He is the dun-colored one near letters had therefore been -St. Nicholas. worn with skirts of v> vet and satin{ or paid $f>, and Boston, still stranger to .

:t I ;.1 8 almo4 i : urmount- them slightly in order to see if they were the stream; he wears a horse-hair halter. I I perused before they were delivered. velvet and faille, in inch-wide stripes, say, though 34; miles away, paid only .. .- ).

' obstacleR.1"ico traveler in the 1 ay"barlikesaff of the proper weight. I had: moved six- You can't mi
son's mail should unmolested. Duringthis _ _ _
l teen or seventeen of them, when one make your way north. sel the considered quite asi elegant. Golden 4(4
d "d trackless deserts the Czarewich took (to man shoveling snow off the
c seemed to be unu .ually light, and I di- mule and deposit the money my conversation a Tramp brown, sapphire blucf green, terracotta Recommending Friends. -
hot itrival Sahara. Even rected the Sergeant to open it. He didso I credit in San Francisco." The ropes gold rouble in his hands, and by main sidewalk'' )-"Say! what d'ye get for and heliotrope are the colors! much favored -
4 $ sal Pill tree and. while strength twisted it into a corkscrew. that. for these It is quite useless for our friends to :
: \ Spaniards never suc- : rai.cd the lid of the box slightly, and : were cut and was costumes.Plain <
'* ,',, : rcn'lu'' uuch 1 oked in. In tied him quickly drop : thanking: D. and nearly crushing his Then throwing the mutilated coin after Man-"Nothing/ velvet is the material t usually selected recommend their ricaels to us. If we ,
impression upon I form of the he "Thenyou're a big er fool than I found out fur ourselves that '
din Jnr D. said to : the retreating prefect, have not we -
the lid and start back with a frightenedlo hand paving good bye, hi.m for dressy wrai.s. .An cxrwple
of" ,tan and to this day paid 'If one of letters in thought you were: i we probably belong
: you open my belong together
*'IayaS k on hi< face, and I said: "NVhnt'i .fill. I want to ask you one questionm a of black v"vet, very short
'' future I will treat I have maybe I am. You I mantele In the of people- we 4
interior the see, case some -
D tribes in the the ber eant, i n't it all right:'' 'ro-did you steal that mule? Yes. you a Wel. but with time erids in apart. .
q are aO mater. this coin.' His letters were handed to house je-terday, and I can't square be stirred together in the alembic
e. fore the conquest, "No, sir, there's no stovepipes in th''T': I did: Frank. Good-bye and God bless front nearly to the foot:of the might
reaching .
find another fool
ourishi "' stealthily him nnopejied alter this little episode. willing to do it for of circumstances, with the spoon of
1 nd bloodthirsty are he half I out. I sail I IVhtt is you for this. He made way .... dress skirt. The sling sleeves are striped
;n"lc Call. fnr and the -
: SO powet therein box?" lie said: 'Thwre'sbones. down the canyon and was off. j .ntthing.Pa'l -- who has ventured Recent observations suggest that c. wm'd be inert and isolated. -
an chemicals
.4 .4 thatflo ) human b .ne, ,ir. I saw a As morning dawned in the camp and perfumes : long fronts. A o u'Jle of lace forms I ,
kul" and odors of flowers operate powerfully The of o'ives: is ; I With others it i i.* a fizz and a union at
has leturned to a Mississippi
naturally raUiiig new
.1 .n Ibeirstorl. tel The tiuth then 'a hcd across my mi.d. the miners began ,stirring, they diseases. I I jabot, and a knot of libbon fastest tt
in first tact. Atlantic Monthly!
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industry. ,
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J gfeat enterprise in srder lhat they may to pay $4 for .me,if you faileil. I F. C. MORKIIEAD. &Kt i'1

.r .. -PUBLISHim\VEEKLY AT- receive the benefits to & derived and "Great hefens vlias it like dot? Yell'dcn'I President National Cotton Planters' NOTARY F WITH1ood
W & -
,,; -- -COUNT, FLORIDA.- I also invite the cooperation of the other keep right on, und you MY send I A!>SOCiation..J.CKSO'II.J.E..

.,.' 8. D. MOORE., Cotton States and all Agricultural and me some more sugar und tea und toee.I 1

r ,, LC. FEBB.Proprietor. the end until 1 worth und bar I '
othcr public Associations to that wait rhas $10,000 God$
FLA. :March 18S7. I Stij
.. STAKKE. Palace: 'I' flry
> t. 1\tt: united efforts may lead to the most successful $40.000 worth of stock. -Wall Street
StarT .". r results. News."Cotton. To Pastor and :Sunday J School :Super: in.I OK TITLE and Real Estate : I .

I I tcndcut Jaw a Specialty.:
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... Now Therefore, In view of the importance \ .stracts furnished showing every Deed, : j3":LAt4 t :
A. rrleoU oral Field DEAR BROTHERS: The enclosed ej- : ) .
State =: Tax Sale. Judgment. At- : ,
Lien. '
THIE of the contemplated contest and of Mortise. ; STBI: -
Contest, 1888." Your is of Public I i il'utsf
plains itself. diligent help earn nclVment. and all matters ;__ ,
the great agricultural interests of our section 1 -- !
: ... From the Tallahassee Floridian. March 3, 1887. estly solicited. Please see that your Record & file ufTccting Titles of Real Es- ___. -nit11 1-
-- of which it is intended to I
country to Florida,
: cnd : Tile marked features of the present administration schools are represented either by delegatewith tate in Bradford county up :
subserve, and in accordance with the date of Abstract. 1
of Florida have been in attention report, or if that be Impossible. J '

T; ,.. Mrs. RIItk flalgrand4nother to liberal invitation of the National Cotton to industrial, business and educational please see that a full report is mailed at Headquarters for FInE 1NSURANC E ; Cl ry \
Mrs. President Planters' Association as well as that of & J.ondon&. : an :
Cleveland died the Liverpool ;
in Jackson S
interests that the State might be once. Please work up a lively interest in representing I .
the of the State of '
: Hick.. on the 6th. Legislature .Mississippi. Globe Co. ,
kept in line with the Southern sisterhood this cause and let us have a grand meet- !
I call the attention of the people of -
: There hive been several severe of comnwnwl'lI1t.sbich! have been ,making ing. The time is verv short, r.nd it is sJ
very Florida to. and recommend that they J. T. WILLS.Attorney White ** HJte1Y
BlonDs in, the, Northern stales the past such remarkable progress since the earnestly hoped that you will take a deep : / Iae }
J r take part in this deserving enterprise
H week. make timely and full preparation for the political obstructions: in the pathway of interest in helping us to make this a sue- at Law, AND BOYS' BOOrS "

Pa9 IiiI!k4i&cashier in Kentucky shot same. I would also ask the operation development were removed and the he- cess! in every way by giving it all the ;

nign of democratic government es- possible. 8TAUKE FLA. kGENT'S .ND FINEVLOTHING.
and .$ ie1f because
... he was short of all Agricultural Associations and other .
tablished. Our Executive is alert '-
ever -
Fratcinally. --
; ": In his '"",r.."'j-''" organized bodies interested in developing Will practice I I\ all tl*Cfcurta tt UM 4th Oil sis : :
I to encourage whatever measure may JOHN T GRAVES Chairman ) lodlclu Circuits.I3iUCILAY: .
: of State. --
At J : Companies have resources our morally or materially beneficial, givingthe ROBERT II JONES: Secretary. f Ex Com. -_ .---

srou th; the rates to Floridd The many and liberal prizes offered. sanction of his official position to all 1N& RIVERS '

da ::; bare; 'reduced the fare : :ncluding liberal premiums for long sta1>'.e commendable enterprises which may Mania April May : W. H. !

to Fl .t.the.:Ohio River to one 1 cotton culture the generous invitation 10 originate i in this or other States. that have Am the months in wliic'i' to purify the HEALER IN 'Time (

cents uri.Tkie I compete for them, the importance of new boo.i.! :IH the system i H now most sus- =
T lairing the interests of Florida and : FIELD 1
upon J. i
antI improved implements fertilizers rpp'ililp\ to benefit from medicine. Hence F.
I.no. longer a particle of doubt for lie recently issued proclamation: endorsing now i i" the time to take Hood's Sarsaparilla DRY Pens (lannd; Atanc Rairoa '
methods appliances production OODEGROCERIES
but bas received the "Cotton States Agricultural Field a medicine peculiarly adaptedfor II DOW seWed permanently tD Stark and I. ready ) ff |
as severe and development and the great efficacy the purpose {jio s- suing peculiar eur- to do iiDJ lrilKwork.: Pllllterlnjt Kabemhunt: or :) ctl2th.188'UL8.pm. .'
if t bnck than Florida did Contest, 1 :8S. In his proclamation at ivt p of such a contest in diffusing knowledgeof ,, 'actlo.
Hood work and "* .Lou1svihie.2,2u-.4
"The and the and aba .
bloorl .italli.t.v
last 1 givest
m the that i Governor Perry says: many: work 4oa H
reports we re- the resources of Florida abroad, calls the ric'h..e"1. It creates an Itppf'titftones moderate. EallmatM JPVeD. 8,25am.. .Nashville....7,15&. .
: 'liberal offered, gen- by UM day or contract.
; .' thirds of the crop was for a liberal and energetic response from prize the digi Stilili. in\itroi-.itcs the lin r. and 5,25 p m..Birmingham..11,05.

;frozen on the trees and the trees themselves people.In erous invitation to compete for them the Kives n"w i lire j :iud eKergv function of the I Starke, norda 9,20 p in...Montgomery...6.M..

badly injured the small ones killed our importance on few a.ncl improved implements bo-ly. Tho toxtimony "f tlj"ii! mds! as May Ldge No. 10 I. Le 6,15pm. .. loustCn.... ,
Testimony Whereof I have hereunto to lie jruat. I)'":eti t .1., i iotl fiosn Haul's :
:to the ground. tame of the fertilizers methods and( appliances ? )-- ,O. O. F. Meets every Fri4ay TATE 6,25 P m... leans.l0,10...
owners cover set my hand and have caused the Karf"I'| irila! )siioM: "I"'III'U! f v"n i !hIlly night nt Odd Fellows' 6 411,50 ill-----Mobile..4.4l..
with dirt every morning all the fruit that for production .and development that i: is pi--nJuiriy: tls" lt"=t blood pUi Ii- i: llall. Transient brothers Aftei an experience of twenty years in a .
Great Seal of the State of Floridato .. East. ( GoinglsL
nesi- Going ) (
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attend. has
fier mi-'lii ii.e. cordiall'\ited to no
anJipiin of profession
; the
falls of such contest practice
in.the night so they will not l ard the great efficacy a L. { .
>e seen. be hereunto affixed. Done al IlrLU E. S. \s. in the latest, and most }VaCLFROCTE-J
------ -- Secret Noble Grand. tancy promising -
knowledge of the resources of (
117/17 Tallahassee! the Capital this the diffusing a scientific treatment to those asking his ATLANTIC KX ) GUUfcx
Florida abroad call for a liberal and energetic Lake View Lodac No. OS ol (r. & \. :If. 5. a m Le-.Pensacolft..Arllf.m

Why do our farmers depend.upon the fifteenth day of February in the from our people. H ego tar McHimri: I I son-nd and I fourth A Hrndfrd.M. E.dKC communications No. 42 F.second and services.Calls to the country promptly attended.. 5. Sam..... .Milton....I0fem6,55am

home merchants J'earcf our Lord One Thousand response Satnpljty <>:icli uiotith! 2 n'oliwkF. ,A fourth Uesnilar .....Chaffins-------
toiiapply them with ba. and Saturdays in each monlh. Diseases of females and children epeciallyofflcc
Eight Hundred and Eighty-seven, I call the attention of the people of Florida :Sim'r.p.nKic: CJI: TIH Nor.Tiiur, K. E. UrxTER. J. M. JoH", 0 I 7,55am. Lake deFurDlk.8'18
con and lard at I2f to 15 cents when v. .:\ ... .
they to. and recommend tlut they t.ikc put Sei-i otarv. \ r.XOOK Secretary. W. M. his Argyle.. .
annd of the Independence of the at Drug Store, or at 8,02 am ... ..
can raise It at home at 4 Keley's
to 6?
and make : Cary ville ....
in this deserving enterprise 8,38 a in.. 7Jp
United States the One Hundred and IMP'D. ORDER) OF RED MEN7. residence Starke. D
Why do our farmers depend upon the timely and full prepara ion for the same. 9JOam ..Chipley... ....7.,

S home ;merchant for butter at 30 cents Eleventh Year. : : OUT! OSCEOLA TUIBE No. 1. FLA.-Council !. 9,55 urn ..:Marianna......6.p D m
I would also ask the of all
I when with a few cows could E. A/PERRY. co-operation this with Fires kindled eachVednesday's Sleep 10,53 a in. River Junction...
they make Compare your purchase sPWC
Agricultnnd; Associations and other organized T. W. SWEAT F.IL&N.Co.
plenty for their' By the Governor-Attest: at.their Wigwam, Starke: Fla. 31m
own use and supply the bodies interested in developing ; ...nsient Brothers cordialIv!! invited to 10.25 p m.. ...Starke .....
home demand JOHN L. CiiAwroiiD, ,itc".U. J. O. UAYNES D
the resources of our State. DKALERS IXBJOT Through Sleep
Why do the farmers Secretary of State. _._ Sachem.WILLIAM -
depend the 0I I.IUI! t
upon We have received the very lengthy cir- River function to Pensacola mobj mjJ

home merchants for their canned vege OUR WASHINGTON LE1'TER. cular of the "National Cotton Planters' r-i-- -' Chief of TAKE Records. 4oonSFancy; : Sew J Orleans. \

tables and fruits when could train of Palace day
0 they put up ( Through
just us nice at home WASHINGTON D. C., March 9, 1887. Association of America. will take place I NotlOD !; tween Jacksonville and Pl.nf C'ICb- .

and take thsrefrom the following list of Ix due err Count, Hn.\D1<'()UD COUNTY, Junction Ala. via Baldwin TallaWQ
Why not To the Editor of THE TELEGRAPH: ,
dry your own pickles, pre. princely premiums to be awarded: \1 ______ ___ FI.OUIDA. Boot & Shoes, and Pensacoia. |
serves, jellies etc.. and live off the fruits The past week has been a memorableone
PLANTER'S PREMIUM LIST FOR 1888. L& Thomas V. Porter ) Attachment. Sumvs Tickets on sale at principally
of soil at the National Capital. Seldom indeed ... FANCY Groceries "
your own ? sworn to 35067. OtflO.S to )points and northiL l*

Why send away for northern and western has the general public manifested as Oven Owens. ) Damages $701.34. STOCK.- F U. SIEPA tf
The pre in Sum lit so far as determine is usfollow
p bay and work hard all summer to i active an interest In the proceedings of s, subject: to reviMon and aJtlition: The Defendant and all other persons AFINESTOCKOFREADYMADE W. D. CHIPLEY. .

kill! and destroy your own grass that. Congress and seldom if ever has Con Model of farm Mfiic-s. with plain and !interested are hereby required to appear Gen. Supt. > .
and plead: to the declaration tiled in the .
would make much better than that you gress accomplished so much is a single sjn'cificatiiMi'L a.ltpte i to the Cottuii above entitled cause, on or before the CLOTHINfJUSTKECEIVED. .- "'

1uy1 week. Upon the opening: of the st-ssion( "Sutr M <'tIt; $:i'H I, $!I./'>(01) $2.O.( $t.- lirst Moii'lay .of April, 1887; otherwise .. .t

000 and > 0 *). Premium! on each plan $;!,OOO IN CiiicriT COURT BKADFOKD Cy
Why send for timber on Monday\ but two of the fourteen judgment be entered by .
away >> for fruit gen :Model witii plans ail i specifications: of wi COMKII deault. FLOKIUAWilliam V.1 '

rnd vegetable c.-ates when your home appropriation\ bills had been finally Gin House for steam or hore power I.Plaintiff.: STAItKE, FLORIDA. Jones ) Attachment Sumpj

% mills could furnish it just as cheap and disposed of and several of those awaiting toco>!t $')I).).. ............... ....... 1.000 Starke. Fla.. Dec.Attorney 9th. Dec. 11, 3m. The highest market piu-e paid fc-r vs [ in 17827. D .

i; the money would be circulated at home? action bad not been reported from the Same to cost $1.000( ) ....... ......... .. .. 2.0tW 'tl} Country Produce. Owen Owens ) |356.5The !:: .
Same to cost 5't5&O----------------------- 3,0() ) and all other
Why send for committees. and the prospect of an extra cendnllt. '
away anything we can
Models with plans and specifications of requited to
:: grOG or manufacture at home session was looked upon as beyond the Comlnnitioii Barn or Stable for II1nlt's Orange Colege. arid! plead to the declaration filed J

When our farmers go at the business in range of conjectuie. Whatever may have: aud horses, with arrangement for storing RESTLESSNESS: -STAUJE, H. P COLVER'Contractor above entitled cause, on or befo_

..4k 1 business been said the 49th hay and grain with conveniences first Monday of April, 1887; oil :
.- way and make the farm self- against Congress as a a STmenv VIOCT.LIUULTLCl Opens Sept. 6, 1RF6. and continues ten Builder.i
:T.eustaining\ by growing everything the legislative body. aud however deserving for feeding and for the protectio.1 of rAMILT MIDICI.r.7 moiit'as. with \'a.atiol Christmas week. and judgment will be entered by default ; :.-
.. ; COMEK L. '
wagons farm implements etc., for five -' )LANS and specification furnished an

*and will produce. raise their own meat, may have been the censures which it has twenty, and one hundred horses. Pre JJ lB. affaIR .to.I Prof. G. P. Young TEACHERS.teacher Natural Sciences short notice. J 01 work of all kinds. Plainti's AttorStarke f; 4 ,

Sard, butter. etc., there will be no need to received from press or public during the niimnon each..... .......... ...... ..... 2,000 I and he Notiial Department. Prof. J. I. Hop promptly attended Fla.. Dec. 1.I

curse the home merchant or early days of the session it must be admitted Mode's! including plans and specifications ti .il.IA. kins. teacher the Classics. Higher Mathemat '
organize II ... ___ ics c. Prof. AV. T. Toujson teacher of In ..tru--
farmer's dubsExchange.. that the spirit of activity displayedby of Cottages for Laborers costing from II PHILADELPHIA.Price. mental and Vocal music, and Elocution.: Miss G EOKGE. MAKKENS, j jDEALEU
$tOO to $:100. containing two. three anti JUurfi.Brown, teafiheeJbiriMKklcrmediate VI
Congress during the last four or fivedays .**mtie ii. fcher in the
ADVERTISE TOUR TOWN ) <** four rooms wilh gallery and conven- OHE Dollar '
g1 .
*G. Mtt L : i3aThYfw: Miss Ellen
> existence should 1-' ,' el1ch............... 1.():)() Da\i. -- EXCLUSIVELY IN-
of its bo consr : Primary 1)partment.TUITION -
The e ,
people of StarV$ hou-1.; ll ""I. .. -I i .
r .nfeht of ifcLe.-J-c not loose"I mitigation of judgment, even by 1"r'cd :For the best' general crop- ., ..., _mg....;. AsYO&l "___ PER MONTH. p -- .

_-- /- ;inTIact that to keep the many at- _most__n _severe_ __ critic_nn_. as__ one___ after______ another___ __u Cottou Grain and Grasses, ia such proportion 1...... _.._.-' L.._ .Caltb...__ u_perhaps.. __. _L_life 1<_examine_" .__ each<'__ Wriuttj.Primary. : ..$"i.i0,.h..;.Intermediate.......,,,.1 .ittiiwii,; *$2 tl-:.Higher...nf itiQtriinieut 3..; T T T If l, QRSf
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U<:sure yuu 10'" uic uvuuiuo." ocv A.' .a- S -
--.on'iLctions oftbe place property!before the the appropriation, and other impor- Iii will. make: the cotton a t>ur- .If .:7'7ed Z Trade-Mark and the full title .m.for practice M ctn.; Vocal music H class .I

.._ country a system of advertising should be plus money crop..................... 5,000 : on. front of Wrapper, and on the Bide I l lessons.V) cents; Elocution K. livs lessons 50 eta; -- r
port ant measures which were looked uponas the seal and denature of J. H. Zellin & Art $3; .\1 tuition payable monthly.BOARD '
devised and For the gre.ate'it'ietd ot Lint Cotton from I Ion3 PRICES 25 cent lower than civil 'iaii
carried out. the Co., as in the above f tc-simile. Remember there per any
During likely to necessitate the calling of an acre,.... .... ............ ......... 2,000 ii no other genuine Simmons L:>er Regulator.
.coming summer every hotel with With the Principal $i per week payable weekly, other house in the city.
any extra session vanished. It is true that For the grt-ates yield of Shellotl Corn -
not including washing and ironing. L.ttI1- I
character as a summer resort should be he country may not be pleased with the from one acre,... ..... ..........,...... Goot. convenient and pleasant bOrJ'eO Country orders solicited. Price list

the recipient of matter calling attention For the greatest>jell of Th res he J Oats' XOTIl'K FOR PUBLICATION.: : cheap private families. upon application.

to the attractiveness of the town its way in which some of the important from one acre............. .. ...... ... 2,0'K The school I! p'easantly situated, and Sf .rlceit Agent for LEMP'S St. Louis Bottled
and 'measures have been disposed of, but it is LAND\ OKFICKAT!: G.\IXI'. nl.u:. ) healthy.
.. .. For the greatest yield of Threshed Wheat Beer. 91-West Bay ,
I .surrounding There is no reason why FJ.A. Fib. 10, 18S7- )f Free school first four months! (possibly five.) Stret.aeksouyUs
certain that the members of Congress
I equally Rye Cow.Vt"LS or Barley, from one acre under r from .
4 after so much bus been done to place the many of whom have been re-elected, of each....... ............ ....... .. ... 2XK> Notice is hereby given I that the follovI other Pupils counties,must and over my rt'21 ull) ant ratl's.ottond .10 :sL s wmsw.nhiil

claims of Starke and vicinity before the For the greatest yield of Hay from one I I ing-named sell tier I has liieil nolioe of his Fur Catiilnuue. and f rther particulars, apply
I. regard the escape from an extra session intention I to iiKike final I proof in !support to U. P. i OUNG. Principal. ; $.*.
: ,. ... whole country the matter should be allowed aero of each of the following Grivssa*. ,
with great satisfaction. The night sessions of his cl.iiin. end thai Mi'l pioof uiil!! l he STARKE LIVERY STABLE.FEED
viz:: Timothy, German Millett. Ked
to go by default. There is now too were attended by numbers of made liefore II. I 1"; Yoik, Cleik Circuit to mldl. Cut this out re .
great Clover Berni'i.la, Orchard (Jra's, Itnl b
much at stake. should be Court at Lake lliitlcT Fla.. on TIIt''I1ayl'ril12. us. we will send
people, who crowded the galleries and Grass.! Lucerne, Alfalfa, Blue Grass, MONEY you free, ttnmcthing of greatalueandiniporfcineetoypu AND
\ 1&'iIZ: Ji.l.n O. Kith, of
'b4 ______ published maps and other attractive andcatchy" blocked the corridors. Lespt-Iez.t. Premium ou each----------- 2,000 I \' AND SALE STABL.
Lake: Butler Fin. lid.! No. 9228. for the Ei that will start you in business which will bring
circulars, all of which would A' under the provisions- of- the -InterState For the largest and yield from one acre of 5f\vi: & rij of Nwi, Sec: :20 T :3 S H 21 you in more money right away than anything fsd
Attract the attention of- the- general public. of Sweet Potatoes, Irish Potatoes Turn- E. else in this world Any one can do the work and -

Commerce bill, which goes into ijs, Rutabaga Premium on each.,. .. 1CCO live at homt'. Eithei sex; all ages. Somethingnew
The facta known us-that there is lIe names t'xe following witnesses topro'c A
by that just coins for all We
money worker
effect upon the first day of April railroad Each article contesting for a premium to f tl.-j : jt
his continuous residence: upon and will start; capital not needed. one (
no more healthful country or any affording companies are prohibited from carrying be accompanied by a written description cultivation of sa ill land. viz: genuine. important chances of .life time. These I DR. lUL'S eONH
] Im
better opportunities for good paying; of time and mode of planting and .1. who areambitious and e nterprisiug will not de-
11. David
passengers for less than their schedule Dow1inl.lIarI1y Thomas lay. Grand outfit free. Address TRUE CO., VR Per
: and safe investments than offered in cultivating, amount and character of &
is George Adam: Tisun" all of Lake Butler. Augusta, ,
the will be de. Mane.WORKING .
rates, and hejce public fertilizers used, character of land, etc. Fla. AJ nail, Croup, Brot
Starke-should be before
put prominently; prived of the advantages and the railroad For the best acre of Tobacco. ..... .... ... I.XK> S. C. TLTKRII. Register.Feb. \ ATTENTION! Whooping Cough, e
4 the mad for the relief of
country. aarptioo
: companies the profits heretofore enjoyed For the largest yield of Sorghum from one 19. Gw. U. S. Laud Oih'cc.RIVERS CLASSESnarrd Weare now pro- 1t ,

...c. A large portion of our population is I acre...... ........ .... ........ ....... 1,00( to furnish all classes wit employment at $nmptlve persons Ia advanced staffs
in the way of cheap excursions. The ; home, the whole of the for their spare ES of Disease. S&ISbJaU Dns
Fo >
J. made up of people from all parts of the For the largest yield of Ramie from one moments. Business tme., ht and t

4 United States and the Old World has companies appear to have; determined to acre...... ...... .............. .. .... 1,0*) Persons of ei her hex easily earn from prftble.' Z.Firstla c 25 c
make the most of the time afforded them For the largest yield of Jute 'fiom one to f 5.(0 i'er evening a proportional sum bycIcvot.ng *5A.N .

.. made liberal contributions So let us not .. ..... ...... ...... ..... all their time to the business. Boys
and all. as of one mind seem to have determined acre. .. .. r. .... 1,00) and girls earn nearly a much as men. That all tournouts furnished at alr| Int r*tinK Eperlenee.

cease to invite that class of people who to give an excursion to the National For the best cheapest and most durable I who see this may 8'nd their adn. and test hours day or night. I H'ram Camer, on Furiure. Dealer of

will continue to bring wealth and social Farm Fence.... .... ... ........... .... .. 1.(00Forthebe I wc3' the business we make this ofer. luch as are Terms Reasonable. Give trial. 1 Columbus. Ga.: tells thus:

'and moral worth among us. that the development Capital. lltnce excursion parties
of the country continue. have continued to arrive daily until the For the beat bale of Short Staple Cotton, outfit frse. Addres GEORGE STISSOS I CO., Btarke, Fla. the market for Stomach sld Kidney

may city is filled with strangers and the hotel weighiug not less that 4."X) pounds...... 5,000 }'ortand. !Iaie. Disorders but got no rele.until I used

:. PROCLAMATION BY TUB accommodations have been taxed to their For the second best bale of Short Staple Electric Bitters. t e botlles and

Cotton, weighing not less than 450 can live at home and make moremoney am now cured and. think Electric .
limit It is estimated that -eeks
uttermost there _
I pounds ....... .. .... ................ 2,500 YOU at work for us. than at any- the Best Boo Purifier in the '
or IL0 RID!" \ are at the present time upward of 2,000 For the best bale of Long Staple (Cotton thing needed;!you this are world.stated Capital free. Both not Major A. Rt-td. (West Liberty. Ky.. '

EXECUTIVE DEPART""" KT. f excursionists from the State of Naw Yorkin other than Sea Island weighing not less & JOINER IxtJ:all ages. Any one can do the work. Largeearnings The POLICE GIZETTB will ba mailed, used Electric Bitters for an old standing
: sure from first start. and wrapped, to any address in the Unite
surly affection and has
the city while the State of Ohio than 450 pounds------------------------- 5,000 COtoutft Kidney says: "Nothing
t I hereby respectfully submit to the terms free. Better not dely. Stat three months on receipt of
Pennsylvania and the New England For the second best bale of Long Staple I to tnt us your address and find out; if you are ONE DOLLAR. ever done mo so mncb good as ElectricBitters.
1 people of Florida the following adopted Cotton, other than Sea Island weighingnot STARKE FLA. wise you will do so at once. H. HALLETTCO. & ."-Sold at fifty cents a bottle by
at a recent session of the States are well represented.If ., l'ortand. Maine. Liberal discount allowed to postmaster, agent J.J.KELLY. 4 '.
Legislature of less than 4X1 pounds .. ....... 2,000 and clubs. mailed free.

;4 the State; Mississippi, by a unanimous President Cleveland were determinedto For the best Cotton Gin.....".............. 5,000( Adds al Sample cpie t

ft vote: make himself as unpopular as possible Lor the second best Cotton Gin----------- 2,500! DRUGS AND CHEMICALS, NOTICE. RICHARD K. FOX,

the and businessmen For the best Cotton Press.......... ...... 2.500 FRNKNSQUARE.N.Y
An Act to among property owners Whereas Henry W. Aduinistratoron J JI H. BARRON
encourage the Cotton States of the District of For the best Hay Press...... ...... ..... i.o-X) I the estate of G. W. EpPrn.at a commis .

z Agricultural Field Contest to be held in Columbia especially For the best Horse Power...... ....... '". 1,000 TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, sionui sale become te Epprson. of lots 8. 9 ,
members of his in block the town Lake Butler, for the Bargain in Music.This .
: the autumn of 1888. among own party, he For the best Engin for Steam Gin from
sum of thirty-five dollars, said lots
Whereas The National Cotton Planters' could in no way have more effectually ten to thirty horsepower................ 2,500 1 PATENT MEDICINES; &c. one-third of an acre each. All persons containing interested Favorite Altum of Sounga and Bala. -DEALER IN-

Association of accomplished his object than by the course For the best Cotton Cropper........#...... 2,000 1- '. are hereby notified to appear at the office of the coantaining thirty-two pieces of choic lud.
America is institu.
an County Judge of Bradford county on the J8th popular muic. full sheet music 81e. complete
4 which he has pursued with referen to For the best Riding and Walking Corn and FRKSriUPTIOXS C\RI"I'ULLY day of March A. D. 1'87' and show cause if words and music and acmpati.ment .
incorporated under the laws any
of the Cotton Cultivator.... ......... .... 1,000 I they have why said sale should not be cnfirmed.I I i il finely printed upon heavy paper a 6EOCERIISAND
of Mississippi for the public weal; the appointment of a Recorder of Deeds For :he best Seed Planter and Fertilizer ( O.tJPOIJND: AT ALL HOURS. I Witness my name as County Judge th 2t1 very attractive cover. The following are the

I- k.lion. for the District of Columbia.: :The.oppo-: : -Distributor.............. ........ .. .... 1,000)()( day of Februry A. D. i887. J. R. RICHARD, titles Favorite of the Album songs:-and As I'd ballads Nothing contained Else to in I the>>; .

The said Asscciation hai sition to the nomination, f3j,1'} : LMj HOT the best Sorghum Mill and Evaporator 1,000 County Judge, The Dear Old Songs of Home; Mother. Watchthe
Fcr aeotton Picker of Harvester of such INSTITUTE. Litte feet; Oh You Pretty Blue-eyed Witch;
: ,
the colored
... ahead ne much good work and received appointee f OUiM :.. i.:,..' _( : Saw Beau Kate Won't '
Kissing You
( 0 the suTSraolial recognition of tbe'ed' to the office seems to b8"'e ._T' .......... 10,000 Ask your retailer forthe JaXe'J38.. Why, Robin; The Old Garden; Gate; Down IJe. ,

*- Government of the in the al among the the Democrabi tftali't'the ,, .it'i1 or Hand Book of O. C. LOONKY.: A. M. Principal.Mrs. Eooda Citation la imlor t B-.mo t 181"dean pral le low the Waving Lindens; Faded Leaves. : All

I matter of World's Exposition at New Orleans Republicans. Af th tr' .. embodying greatest C. I). CR.V\VLKY, M. A. Associate.MISSANNIK originate:Sho OW Bwa Imlll which acknowledge Gently Among, My the pretty Summer R Tough don't the think Harp.I .

p, which inaugurated by its means tion in twice rejectl i fefonution in least space, : J JOEil I, Misic! .t; French. bud.upon Uenilne tt Clock Across the Sea A Year -
Ml. I" 8a1 ; : Ago Bachelor's
Mathews the_ _ :.yucthe property of the None but most inp"teiU assistants, Hall Ruth COtUECTINARY.
and influence; and. upon *s.e.a.. .. .- JAMES MEANS' ; and I;G ht; One Happy Year
aresidentoftheD -- -- 5,000 This is a Sfhool of tlio hiirliest type. Ago;Jennie in : The Old Barn Gat;
4A Whereas The said Association has ... _. 'Bsed Cotton Cleaner--------- 2,000 "*"-, Jack's Farwell; Polly; Wnisper ie the Twilight. '
Any alh'lntagp.laralll.tod
p now inaugurated a Cotton States Agricultural believed that in the' .' .I ,, Oot Seed and Grain Crush- can S3 SHOE. Ti is a very fine collection of real vocal ferns, ;
-'' -- ubthin3lanywhere.I System nt te.irhingan.i'ytioi : gotten up in very style. Pub-
whom couldbeurg4 1,(xx) Mada In Bn OongnM hndsme
) Field Contest, to be held in the against ame Beit M u lishep in the usl way at a music
For the best Cotton Gin Feeder-------- Imrl'ly anJ) original.! I'upilsalvanee L. *
: autumn of 1883. which obj ction, the Senate a11ta 1,000 : IB JW. sr the pieces would cost you In.t. We
-. designs through aseries For PianU tion Cotton Seed Oil Mill,... .. 2.500 mo-t' riHli.11DI.UI'LDi j \'. .w A ao. a jeb lot of this music at a

ot I large premiums i for models I of action. In view of tould'i:of ,head'erse For tne best Tile Machine......... ........ 1,000 HuSou.wl brlacjoul' and &the holidays are past, we desire to closeout
1 E UNSURPASSED.The form&D bw our stock at once. Will send the enticecollection
.. :. farm residences t gin-houses and stables; report upon sub For Hume made Fertilizer, giving;best results 8.a C well wrapped and postpaid you for only Meals Furnishedat i

also on crops atd agricultural\ implements I mitted to the Senate by the District Committee with method of making and applying morals 111101 I other inlert"* of pupils 'l.J.J tOrta. Send immediately. Addr.

; .. ..... ...... ... ... .... THE ) CO., j
In promote the welfare of the Cotton of the Senate, the confirmation of .. .. ........ 2,000 at way!>! oioly looked: after. For 'I&C Syracuse, N.Y. all Hours.
For the best Commercial
the nomination theI I Senate Fertilizer--------- 2,000 cii cut.irs, address the princjp-il, .
by the
States, and those having kindred interest upon The --1
last of the session persons contesting fur a--rea: ge and STAUKE, FIA. j
s and day may be said to
crop premiums will be required tu make Another T 4PECL V.
Art Craze.
I Whereas, It is proper that such an constitute the most complete surprise of
affidavit after certain
forms to be
: the resent session of Congress It is said I I BUTTON The latest art ladies it knovaM t
enterprise: should receive all possible encouragement ed hereafter. NOTICE OFINSOLYENCY.Is : Oar celebrated factory 7tarierauatltr the "French working Craze" among for decorating china, CALL ST., STAKK, PJO.
I. is is that the change of front by the Republican ershow of this rods pru
,.. ; hereby Plans of buildings will be considered Con1'COtRT., BRADFORD Corny, FLORIDA. 'ortd. Thousands who wear o Laths glsswar.etc. It is something: entirely
Resolved, That the Legislature of the Senators, was due to the statement made Whereas. HenryV.. EMUII u jo'i aK in"rn t.u ths profitable and fascinating. It ia net A -.,
with reference to their Administrator in New YorkBoston and other f
for SiSiwil popular
iUOK unmppwScbedtn
economy, duiabtli of the ..
by the Senators from estate of G. W. Epperson, deceased i
State of Massachusetts late
: Mississippi recognize that the that cities. To ladies desiring to lern the *Art, w" KE3NE
of wild having filed of Full lines of the above L. ; l
convenience county in
ty in saving labor drainage the office the shoes for sale in will send an elegant chine placque (size H -
p. Cotton a rejection o the nomination
Agricultural Field Contest would result County Judge. or said county a written suggcs- STARKE BY decorated, for model .
Inches) a
4 has the highest aim for the good of the in a loss to the party of the entire ventilation protection from fire heat and ties hereby of the insolvency to all of said estate. Notice is together hnlmely wth material. 100 colored designs Millinery, Fancy [Dps .
given persons having cUims of any J. G. ALVAREZ. in flowers, soliders. Lso, ,
people, and is a movement in that directIon colored vole of the State. cold.The nature whatever agalut said estate to file the as're. .. complet. animals intrcto }-, NO FIONS. KID GLOV.jPASilk !
1 Premium List same duly authenticated in the ,
as above printedwill t office of the only The
( and should receive the cordial en __ II. ;. County Jull "*>. of saiJ county on or before the upon Is receipt than C. _______ be materially c'l.inged and 11th day of July A. D. J ore amount charged. To UDIrcll Zephyf
dorscmcnt of the people of the Cotton improved 187. at which time a pro I every lady ordering thin outfit who theaddress ? .
"Maybe I bat to fail rata fnclo material1
before spring before finally! adopted. payment will be made to creditors entitled ,Sold a r. Kwce. but IboM wfco of live other ladies An .
States and all those interested In their to the same so far ns the assets will extend and iti&.o A( w)
aid to whom
a Pennsylvania we can our catalogue
development merchant to a travel Premiums will be given for five acre the.!SMJ. a.tJU'n'trator! will then l>e discharged GO 0 LD fre, fall o.Porl.u4 1a".wl" ..lc matter Goods, we mal extra; and- Ft271cf.11' tI
ing salesman\ who iti.rs4iny i.ai.i.. eg CVt nty Jiuige. of said they cut 4.a4 tin.t b .t..U without fnclo
wastryiqgtosell him beautiful
Resolved, That this Legislature do in' crops in addition t.i .me acre, and in many County this the Sib day of Jauuarv. ,'.'P. 2887. I then,,.V I fSp rtj. *., placque.chre 0.inch. Ef? 'Prompt attention to l
: a till of goods. I Ij J. UIUIAKD. earned atrr$NI ..da,. Zb.*_.young ool C c.UDtftl Wiwt .Lu
II I Instances, 3d. 3d, 4th and 5th premiums J.HII. n. flit,. tV..ii.ty Judge. I S's_'-DlrN 01 a,e 'ro n.1. I. THE EMHIRE Jan 41582.-5 6"1 Bay St.. (

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CITY NEWS. REFLEOTigNS.Boils Fourth class mail matter imbraces met- .. APOPKA CITY. FLA ., larch 8, '87. I E. M. L'Engle. 1 WA.DelI.- : _
,t chandise models Dr. U. D.
ones minerals, seeds, I Catkins: 4.

.... !' ViaStatemen cuttings buds, roots, or any oilier matter DEAR :SIR: Doubtless you remember tittt nk of tI .....

.70B.aiNTINO.-We print Business, Dimples, hives, ringworm, tet not included in the first second or third -, ot Madidot.V' I have been I ( attt
tint and other ClLrd"T&Ir8 mil Heads. ter, and all other manifestations of impure south going on two years and just! at the iti-
; Hand Bills
and Not.e Headings. EnTelope '. blood are cured by Hood's classes. except certain articles wnich are hue we all expected a big boom tilt t HENRY A. L'ENCLE. Manager. W. N,! BAKER..C.shl ,
and job work\ eneraUY' Sarsa- non mailable, such as poisons, explor- xmom has dropped out and I feel 1 like I
column will b'! parilla.SIIILOH'. wending back to wlurtt I can IFF1?
Local Advertisement in this sive", animals, alive or dead, obscene and I my way goo JACXSONVILLEFDAc'VJ. t
line. making "hog and uuinony" again.; .
charged twantr-n ve cents per :s: CURE will immediately indecent books, etc. I 'The Northern tourist is missing, thadrouth ,,._.\r .#,__,_,__-._-.,..;- '>;; L: LJI!

Nice rat t> the other night. relievo Croup. Whooping Cough, and Postage on fourth class! mail matter j is has bi.isted: tho vegetable; crop WLL DO A GENERAL BANKING ..
h>jiHi ten ni''a to every job
Bronchitis. .
Happy Harry was In town. For sale by Rivers & Joiner. one eent for each ounce or fraction there- iere. MADE AT USUAL RATES OF EXCRANO. Ti'lW -I. ,

18 the only dude of FOR DESPEPSIA &urt Liver Com of. The limit of weight i is four pounds. What cat good farming land 1 be rented :t- -
Casson says he for in ;youraetionwhiLti.; .* uuimprov- 'KER'
The Dead Letter Office is monumentto WAT< &
have a
plaint a
you printed _
guarantee on ed fanning laud sell lot? )fl J >ou raise
Starke. I ..
), __ in goocl earncstJlbw. every bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never the carelessness and stupidity of the bogs, corn and oats there? I have no desire The I)

-.D Farmers are planting fails to cure. For sale by Rivera& Join r. American people The average numberof intend to go back to Madison to live but Largest Book Sfore! South'UURACE 'JI1EB: ,

letters I to go larluer that way till I finda STABXX.riJU
received there
is ,
__ daily about ,
has been in the A NASAL INJECTOR free with each farming Hection. Can a carpenter tiud O PECIAL attention given to repairing Watcta*,
M r. R. L. 8lmlkinill fifteen thousand. enough to do their to make expenses till O Clock and Jewelry,ic.,Ac. AU work done
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price : at reasonable prices for cash.Enquire of Richard
another season I would hko to
city a few day" ___. Parties having correspondents in cities, opens. ( : DKW and Face. 'a:.12 1881-fcn
50c. For here for
sale by Rivers & Joiner. exchange tionte land some up '
Who ia going to move first toward the should be careful to address their letters there. Hoping to Lear from you. Auguati.iMLDRH -

park? THE REV. GEt). H. THAYER of plainly, giving street and! number.On Respectfully,
city _
will_close on tho lotti Bourbon Ind., says: "Both myself and calling for a letter known to have 59 and 61 WEST BAY STREET,
The tax wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION been advertised the fact STORE
everybodyjakenotice1____ alwaysbe STARKE, FLA., March 9ib, 18:7.: JACKSONVILLE ILL
CUKE. For silc stated .
preparing to erect by Rivers other wise the only current Mr. -- Apopka City, Fla.
Pace are
Richard building t; next to their store. 4 te Joiner. letters arc examined.A I MY DKAK :but:: : I remember you well WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.BOOK .

another FREE TUADB. box with its lid nailed" on is held as and wish you lived here. The bottom

Bead the letter in this issue ou Starke being closed STATIONERY, PAPER, MUSIC, TOYS AND FANCY* GOODS,
Uniou. The reduction of internal revenue and against inspection. and is will never drop out of this section! of Fla.

copied from the Times. the talking off of revenue stamps from therefore subject to letter rales. Postmasters : I It[ is on a solid foundation. The absence All the latest Books, Newspapers and Periodicals received a& soon as published, and

There *ill be erected soon at or near Proprietary Medicines, no doubt has large.Iy have no right to pry open such a I of the toumt does! not materially supplied At publishers list. My stock is complete in every t! par wenL Merchant

Lake View a borne for disabled Metuo- bcnetilted the consumers, as veil as relieving box and then nail it up again Even if I ttlfect our l'roil'"ritAll are welcome and Consumers may depend on Getting prices as low as any Northern' city. All
7 ordure tilled and
the (burden of home manufacturers. promptly accurately. .
dst preachers. __ Especially is this the case with Green's they hud: the right they hive: not the time. 'I and vie are giad to have home seekers Have also (largely] increased my stock of BASE BALL GOOD$ and now have

were--over 200 bushels of strawberries August Flower uud lioschee's German In affixing stamps to letters, always put stop with us for we know they will not everything including BATS &: BALLS BELTS CAPS, MASKS, GLOVES and -r

There be disappointed but, we are never; distressed ranging in prices from the cheapest to the beat. My prices afclow:and upeclal term _
on 'rues- Syrup, as the reduction of them on the hand :
shipped from Lawtey thirty-six cents: upper right corner of will be made dealers or clubs buying in quantities.
per dozen, has been added to increased the the envelope, on the address side. because of their absence. : J. L. GAS!

day. ____ i.ze: of the bottles containing these reme- Our farmers have all the corn, oats, : DEALER or" '
Never -liorace Dre-w.-
write the
Beecher died at his address on envelope -
Ward dies
Hev. Henry thereby giving oue-litlu more medi- hay, etc., they need fur homo use. Their JACKSONVILLE Drugs MeStarkeFJa.< _._
in Brooklyn on the morning the cine in the 75 cent size. so near the top that. there is no room left FLA.
home. consist of Sea
The August Flower for Dyspepsia and for the stamp, as! if the address is at the many crops principally .
9th of appoplexy. Island cotton and ----' -- -- -.--- -
oranges early -
Liver and sugar
Complaint, the German
Syrup is
top, it very apt to be covered or blurred
Messrs. Gardiner t Pratt are Belling a for Cjugh and Lung troubles have perhaps vegetables. I bought bales cotton 18o3R I Physicians' Prescription

great deal of property this season. the largest, sale of an} medicines in by the postmark, which is placed on the lint which was grown on 5 acres of ONCEMORETO THEFEONT Carefully Omnpovnded at all kovn.-dnor

the world. The advantage of i.lcreascd letter at the mailing postoffloe. Many night
Florida is still ahead. land of .i neighbors: last season at the
size of the bottles will be greatly appreciated letters are, for this reason, so blurred in July 26, 1879 -nl.
low price of IS cents with the most of late
her hus very per pound, complete assortment Mvlcs in
espectiiu the sick and
is daily afflicted
Mrs. Stong in every the address, as to be unintelligible, thus netted him the of
which sum $333,54.
whom we shall (be glad to see, rs town and village in civilized countries.
band body. Sample bottles for 10 cents remain the causing <:el.iy in the delivery. We expect to ship iO,000,000onanges from FINE: BOOTS AND SHOES FORthe
we are to bee every Never ask the
i tame size. postmaster: to affix the here this coming season.: I ..

"'her6'erou see a group of men and ARE YOU MADE stamps to your letters, as he has not the The little town of L-iwtey, composed New Year's TRADE. Great Bargains in Footwear .
bear them laughing and shouting, you by Indigestion time. A certain postmaster. in Illinois almost entirely of the best people from
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of the North and \\V-t, shipped
bo our friand John Wills is notice, that "hereafter he No Fancy Prices. Only First-Cla ooT.
may sure Appetite: Yellow Skin? Shiloh'sVitalizeris gave should strawberries yesterday at a low price :

right there. a positive cure. For sale by Rivers & lick no more postage stamps, except for will not $.000() andlin; 10 days will be ship

Miss Lizzie Sparkinan, has returned Joiner. children and fools, for his tongue was ping daily 15 to 18 thousand quarts, so KIN ::
-- you see the droll til has! not blasted our -I
from a long vi 'it 10 friends in the Southern WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's worn out.Burned. crops or prOspt'clS.Ve have a good ,

part ofthoSUU). Cure will give immediate relief. Price to Death at Greed Cove clay sun-soil! does not leach moistureand
lOc, 50c, and $1. For sale by Rivers & Spring*. fertilizers as the more sandy sections THE POPU11P BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE TARKE. .
last Friday night was a -
The supper Joiner, of our State. I do not think you could FLJ.J.WCARE11L1 }.

grand uccem every body was out and On Thursday a most distressing accident get farming lands near the Raildroad for

had a good time.. There was somewhere SHILOII'S CATARRH REMEDY-a occurred at Green Cove Springs less than $5 per acre tha' would give 1
satisfactory results! in future. A point .
positive cure for Catarrh, Dlplheria and
over |70 net. which terminated the life of a most estimable : we endeavor to lok well to in selling a
__ Canker Mouth.\ For sale by Rivers & I, ..
Fish are lilting; nicely- now,our sportsmen ,Joiner lady. The particulars of the terrible I home seeks and as high as$.5() to $100 per '

at the the I affair, so far as we could learn, were acre.Below / .
times sport
find letter ,
have high uIlACKl\lET ACK." a lasting and far- a from our splendid f ;
beautiful lakes around Starke afford grant; perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. about as follows: fellow townsman, Mr. J. G. Wilber, ,
On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Eddy who will probably give you Homo informa
fishing. For sale by Hivers.JOIDcr..
good tion. You cannot exchange land in -
Ii 'es with her husband and two little Praotical G
Mr.J. W. Hodges brother has been Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria Apopka for land here I am quite suro.
children on what is known as the "sandhills" J.L.GASXINS.A .
visiting in the ity. lie was a line young a re spread by e iitanion, l>v the transfer AKIMPOWDER
of living matter from*the skit the at Green Cove, was engaged in rak-
man. lie formed a very good opinion( membranous ROOM; FOR STARKE. Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker
r of the mouth
ofStsrkt4, he i is an o; 9rator, in ntvv stationed lining nose and ing up the trash in heryard ud burningit. .
throat and from the intestines and ,
urinary -
She: had already accumulate 1 a pileof : -.
at MeClenny.Why organs. Disinfect promptly and ; Wlixt Prominent People Think of Starke B'la "
trash to which the fire had been ,
with I thoroughly with D ubys l'rot!>hylaitic appliedand Bradford' Young:Clty-U. Health.To .

not have a big sign painted COUNTY Fluid the great words STJLRKK BRADFORD T. of th Vanderbilt University *
the Lupton,
E. U'yinaii. I solicit work in line II
other trash when by :some means her dress respectfully my from e citizenS "f the town and surrounding
-, on it and placelt where it ran be s'*en Tenn., says: "As a disinfectant anddetergent STARKK, March 4. county. All work warranted Charges) moderate. footing.. Gutters! and! Pure.This
As she discovered her Absolutely
Fluid is caught. soon as .
from the car*. People do not know Darbys Prophylactic Dr. J. P. Carrulhcrs. of Shannon! Miss. ; Leaders a specialty. :
Kiiperior to any preparation with which to be fire the unfortunate '.
; when they get to S art unless they go I am acquainted:" clothing on ladyran I..J iywirk, of Macon G.i.: ; E. I n. ALL ORDERS PltOXPTLY FILLMU.JACKSONVILLE'S powder nver varies. A inarvei
and screamed for help, but the motion of purity strength and whoIeMorncntMta.
out and inquire._ LAKE VIEW NOTES Fahrney, of Wayncsboro, Ga.; Dr. J. W. More economical than the ordiuurp,," ...,
of her seemed to fan the '
body only Lirnoi. of Chicago, III., and others are kinds, and cannot be fold in competition #. 0 -
J. Q. Adams the boss auctioneer, soil: Our town is on n boom, several houses fire, and before she had taken many steps with tho ir.ultktid, of lev test. "h.'rt.. ';04
visiting this State with a view to s tile in
13 boxes raisens in one day this week. ar ii.I course of construction or contracted her whole body was enveloped! in tlames. I weight; alum <>? phosphate powder
it and after visiting nearly every well LARGE DRY GOODS HOUSE. Sold only 1 in cans. Royal Biking Powder ,
with an.I iu .
Our temperance column is crowded for.Mr. :tony perhaps; known portion of the State and particu- Co., 100 Wall-8t.. N Y. ,
T. R. Brown is building a good full coiociimsiiesi of her terrible condi- April 17. !
out this week. laxly that part of it generally known as
bridge and the outlook is encouraging in tion, with liei mind probably fixed
: upon
Rev. Mr.: Thomas and his pleasant South Floiid.i.. they have; returned o this KOHN FURCHGOTTOFFKRJAN BIEDICT
gtn era 1. the dear ones she! was so soon to I l'h'e, & 'WI.Hood's
wife, Delaven, Wis., are stopping here district and they express themselves! as
Our worthy friend, Mr. Gerald Colbert the poor woin.iii fell to the ground before ,
'or a thni!. They h.ivebeea: doing Flori- being entirely satisfied as to the result of I
left today for his home and home friend reaching her h-iusc, and before assistance .
health and their dec'arc! ------ IMMENSE STOCK OF _
da for the benefit of Mr. T's. investigations; they : _
in Ohio. The fact that after a stay here could arrjo.l-d life was extinct, and her
k are much pleased with Starke. Hope First, That Starke uud iU vicinity i is
of four months, he' is having himself c entire body burned to a sciisp. The SPItING GOODS at very reasonable pricos. Summer Silks Xnn'a V l1lnJ{. Satins. SarsaparillaIs
they will locate here Rev. Thomas is undoubtedly the most healthy. portion of :Sateen, linuiulml 'iwuls, lllack Silks. Colored: :Oilkhite U 4o lsfc; I)dbei{M
house build! to return tie whole the
intending in
tiling happened; withing
-''7flSMiLI inon. spaceof Florida. Mo-irnintrUo.Kls.Spring Cashmerb(all he shove l In inunrnJ!;vailtles)
fajl, speaks well for this place. two or three minute! Fine [.ace.., Heads, Swiss Edging) UililMtn.s, Pariusols, Hosiery a peculiar medicine and Is carefully_ -
Second Tint rhills
The "af-fHlr of these' on" on Thursday The saw mill is turning out lumber as Mrs. Eddy was well known and highly or malaria: fevers liuttons, Corset Utnler\v, Ginghams, Stn>w pared by competent pnarmactots. The oom' ..
evening wa grand flucce
over R hundred dollars was taken fast as possible.l respected at Green Cove Springs, having Third, That the water is the best they selections rnrpraa.\ Matting. Oil Cloths, Lace ( |- Mandrake Yellow Dock, and otherremedial .

!& The F. S. gone there several years ago from the blr'!'!, Window Sliudes. Hugs, i'rnld Poles, Crumb Cloths r>t agent Is exclusively peculiar:; to
all will be clear profit. have found in their travels
in nearly throughout
West. She hud< not been there before she very low tigiir and a !*rgo: selection. There Is absolutely nothing Hood's Sarsaparilla! giving H strength and .
. ladle have worked hard and deserve KINUSLEY! NOTES. Florida in lift line of Dry moths that we do not ke"n. W. f'Oiit oMr 1>. curative power superior to other prepa
met and m.irrieit the grief.strlcken husband larger smalL: rSPE(!IAL ATTENTION PAIL TO OH ,-
i1 what they made. Mr. I. J. Traywick owns an orange they EHS. rations. A trial will convince you of Its ,
Since our last repoit. Mr. Sas se and whose home has been to suddenly "
::, We are reqnasiej to announce that the grove near Orlando, in Orange county, Should \ou visit our city, call on us; you will find our atore ..ttractivu great medicinal value. Hood's Sarsaparilla .
family, of Fond DuLac, Wis., have arrived and unexpectedly desolate; and up to the .
'v. C. T. U. will hold its regular meat-I and he has visited Florida every winter our assortment complete and prices reosoualle.. :'A Purifies the Blood "
and moved a large amount ot household time of the accident their h ippy irricd 8|>.H-ial dflpartmeiit for t'lothing for Men and Hoys also lien(-'.
d> ing on Thursday: next at usual place and for several winters and he status that in U ullor\\ creates and sharpen the appetite stimulates
I' goods into Mrs. Strong's house life had been !blessed with two bright little .
; the digestion and gives strength to
hour. AU member*aro expected to be his opinion the Starke district is the most RESPECTFULLY everyorgan
where they now reside. They are a valuable childrcii. of the body. It cures the most sever
);, present as there will l he tnattHM befcre healthy and productive In has found and
addition to our S'ciety and cordially The sad news of the accident was received cases of Scrofula,Salt B&enxn,Bolls.Pimples.and .
::, the meettin of great' 1m portanee.Irs that the orange, LeConte poar and peach Kohn Furchgott & Bon dict. all other affections caused by Impure
welcome them to the land of flowers. The by all with the greatest astonishment ,
of trees and I strawberry arc .tl blood Dyspepsia Biliousness. Headache,
4 ) E. Strong; and son Orrin, crop; quite equ
"Blumberg Grove' in which they hold a and (profoundcst sorrow, and on Kidney and Liver Complaints,Catartb,BJienmatism
and in liner -
.Jamestown. Y., who lately vinited to some respects than anyhe ,
half interest, has been divided and theyare Friday her funeral was attended by large and that extreme tired feeling.%
_ our city, have returned from their extended I has seen further Sllut!!.
pushing their portion along in fine numbers of the sorrowing and sympathe "floods Sarsaparilla has helped me more
trip throug' Cuba are much pleased Dr'arruthers, of Mississippi, says I for catarrh and Impure blood than
shape and appear to mean business from tic citizens of the town. Mrs Eddy, it is THE STAR anything
.: with the South.St- rkein_ particular.: that after viMtm; ;ii relative in Sumtcrcou'ity. R. E HUNTER I else I ever used." A.BALL,Syracuse,N.T. .
--4. the start. saul( ..as about 30 years of age.-limes- ....
Tbe ladles of the aid society of th '! and nearly every ph'c of note in I Creates an Appetite
Our Union. A Newspaper npportlny t1ae Priasiples .
strawberry grawers: are shipping ,
Presbyterian Church desire! to return 'the Smith, he his returned! t<, Slarke fully of at Democratic AdTla "I used Hood's Sarsaparilla to cleanse my
quantities: of fine"berries North by
thanks to the m.iny: liberal dners for large convinced as to the trut'i of nil!! that U CONTltACTOR and BUILDER.T hbl\ahed\ In the Oty 4 .Ntw. :York. blood and tone up rcy system. It gave mea: :..

aid given for the fair Thursday evening, the way of Lawtcy. Florida State Sunday School' Convention. slated above iiul as to, other natural advantages WILLIAM DOBSU IMEB I good appetite and seemed to build BM over." .
>LAXSanrf Specifications furnished on ,
The would have been much heav- K. M. hALE Lima Ohio.
all uncalled for dishes may he found at crop offiTc! I by I his count ty and witha 1.
short find work assured.
notice good I
icr had had occustomed rains of CALL. Editor and Fre f ""r. I I "I took Hood's 8anapariHa for eanee
our THE
of A Davis'. determination t III settle i in il. His relative
the s.ore: Truby -
humor and It began to act unlike anything
which much need of. Daily, Sunday, vrd .*/> E1H***.
we are in The regular:annual State Sund: School .
I small iy would have accoinp-tnied him tit 1ATENTST Ue. It cured the bnmor, and seemed to

Onethngthata: stranger to a I Sever cottages could now be profitably Convention will be held I in Jacksonville, I I Slitike h:i'l he not hL't'chiI,4.! but he will I I tone up the whole body and give me new '.
town like Stark is always pleasOtwith THE WEEKLY STAR
I rented for the summer, if they could life." J. F. Nixox, Cambridgeport, Mass.
Fla. Thursday and Friday, March 24ih .
clean have them now, soon f''IIo\v and locilu here :"Isf). "I am ..
nice streets we : 1..1evcl'J I I Send for book giving statements of cures.
Soue of imiit
hud. prorni-
be Lawtey's and 25th in Ocean Street PresbyterianChurch. I
I tI oo the other hand: one thing: that a struck, says the doctor, "with the fit: FRNKLIN HOUGH A Sixteen-page Newspaper*
UI nt citizens have already rented for the Three sessions will be held Hood's Sarsaparilla -
I' stranger would be disgusted with in a that your school report shows that with I Wednesday.A II

poor sickly hog a three legged one at season and other are anxious to be ac- I -from 9:30 to 11:30 a. m., from 3.00 to an attendance of 300 children, not a death Solicitor of merican and Fnrign cloan. par. bright MM! Ia.ISUt1aIjFAMILYPAPER. 8oidbyaiidraUlat.. 51;ilifor$& rn.oarr
that. commodated. 4:20: p.m., and from 7:30: to 9:30: p. m. among them has occurred in seven yearsI .I I by VO..ApOthIcUISS4JWSIIMUU. .
Come on, ladies and gentlemen, our Patents. 100 Doses On. DollarR.AUSTIN .
Every Sunday School in Florida will be also met the Kev. B. F. Mannir, formerly
News baa rent-lied ui,of tho marriageof : 925F. STREET, X. WI.Near It contain UM latest news,40ft *e: lbs aoo tt
lake is free all and .
beautiful to can-
you who will be
entitled to two delegates entertained I to
of State who e evidence alone going pre ':
Miss It'i' of tlornMlsville my
May \Soti, U. S. Patent Office. WASHINGTON D. C.
'. N.Y., to Mr. H Winton. of that not find a more healthy or pleasant resortin free of all expenses. Should would well satisfy myself and any others Personal attention given to the preparation and Agricultural, *.. f

rry the Slate? to pass the summer. High, be able send prosecution of applications for Letter Patent.All I Market, -z t :
school to
not a delegate
of State and he
place. Mrs. Winton vis'tal 1 Starve last any our emphatically corroborates busings lwfore the U. S. Patent Office at- Fashion, '" ... .

winter an
with us in wishing the youn couple malaria no Yellow fever, no cold damp of its school giving denomination General R. V. Aukeny, of Des Moines. you rname and address will be published in the I I, : -LAIUrACTea_ 0.-

fogs and DO piercing winds from the number of scholars United States Patent Office Oacette. a paper of Financial and Commercial,
when organized, Commissioner of
much happiness in the future. I., who was appointed I
immense circulation, and the only paper that Poetical Humorous and Tin and Sheet-Iron
broad expanse of waters, such as fre- number added during past year, name of Lands by the United States Government, publishes this free.
Would it not be a goo I i I lea to shut up {rNogt'ncy in the United States possesses I Editorial
the bogs for a while esp wially 'ill after quently exist at our sea coast resorts, superintendent. A lull report is requested to examine land in the State of Florida, superior facilities for obtaining patents,or ascertaining -I I Draartaenti.. all ncder the direction )f taralaeA __ : .J
sunshine, gentle showers, safe and com mail hand ot delegate and i it the patentability of patents. |.nrnalUU of the higbnt ability. UU aixtm
or by ,
by and in of his he
the winter travel is ovr.. A go>d (big fit pursuance appointment Copies of patents furnished for SB cents each. page* will be found crowded with food tbiaffi I

hog is an ornament to any place but the fortable bathing and all manner of aguatic is earnestly hoped that not a single school says (he traveled over (the entire State by Correspondence invited. I I from Original beginning hones to by end. sa4 OFFICE AND COOK1KL

average street hog of Star ke i is a disgrace sports arc what we offer free to all. in Florida will be left out. All delegatesto wagon. consuming several months in the I I foreign writer of* dilt1upJal.u..sc- ..I.Mrr .

I to the man who ownes him and he will Our latest effort is a town park. A the convention will notify the secretaryof 8urvI>e)', and his report formed the basis S. J. TEMPLE.TEMPLE'S ,3TAR
location JliED$
be sure to deny then: we would aiiggest: very desirable having been the executive committe, not latter than of the session of 4000.000 acres by the .

that they were ground up and used to donated for that purpose. A village, improvement Tuesday 22nd. so that they will be cared! United States Government to Florida, .. A MILLS. ,: 'f"'JaMrTIuIi"; "" '.."... 01 Ifadnce u.. t
t. IN
fertilize the MW abide trees that w re association has: been organizedand for, and are requested to report at once which subsequently were !sold by the State ".FL..IIr.: .._' .f : ..... .. .
eet this spring. incorporated am) the matter shall not on arriving in the city to the Y. M. C. A. to Mr. Henry Disston for $1.000.000)) that MANUFACT [& .,. ..aM.....otl"MZ c .CIStslI. .. .

Among the recant arrivals at the Ken rest until we accomplish this desirable rooms in Mr. Hubbard's new block, cor- Starke is the healthiest loeation in Florida """.1aI1.. 1 te! ;t .

tucky Hoaje in this city, we find the objc-ct. Several choice tracts of land, and ner of Pine and Forsyth streets. This and be is now prospecting with a OF ANI'DE'LERliri) ur.-td. : T

following: lake front lots arc now offered at very convention will be attended by B. F. view to locate in that vicinity. As these Si\vcd and Dressed YeW" ,....I.-;,.,.!$1eJ,Jrt &Ii---.iJ, .

til Wm. H. Mngsman, of St. Augustin, reasonable fi ures. and many will regretif Jacobs, of Chicago, Chairman( of the lit opinions so entirely accord with the con- Lumber of every DeicQuality. -,.............'MW7_ r;IadaIr4vvfs. -

Fla.Mr. they do not investigate; and purchase. ternational Executive Committee, an I I cu<-:'ns I had myself made about two .. :.: : __. ; : ." : ,
; '! .t
C. n. Cnlttendfn, of New York while figures are low. Mr. E. Paxson Porter. Secretary; and it is I years sine", and which led me to settle in Laths, Pickets, Rai1ing,4B. '. ':- ....,!' ..1In-

City.E.. Honing that we have not tried our confidently expected that many other Starke. I shall feel pleased if you will and Fuii.shing* Lumber conatantni' ... t1 te4 ltatel .

D. Fahrney, of Waynesboro. Penn. friends. we cl"sc wishing: well to all. prominent workers will he present. The give them space in your p'per. ,haIuL ":''' 1' -_'. *1I ........-,-..z.".. .. ,&-. 11't: .'Xckaq--: ')

: Mr. S. M. Weeks, of Providence, B. Respectfully will be most interesting to Yiurs respectfully "Sptcial attention; ,Stivt'n to Fillini I Cba rTM.v4iM3--- ..r.. ."......,.....i''000 vEs: .. -. .
.'\; L who weeksat programme alLbi of 7lftM! Mi uue MW Ie _)..U 00 ..
his been sp.:.: 1 15!: '*a few workers. Orders with Dispatch. I : I
all Sunday DAILY G1"'Aa Sussazss
oy.1IsI -
mm Of t}.latest and moat
the Kentucky Jff',ti*. :h n purchasedland I I : i > appsrad! .tlmle :
John T. Graves, Chairman. ) Scroll WorK

J;: r: four miles east of Starke and his Pontal Note I Robelt H. Jones Secretary f Ex. Com. Rheumatism and Neuralgia Cured In I I Xvery! ,day without for one ini.day.year(en.iaclodinc ysat..8.,e*<.*.y.........t1. I 00DaQy tIIt: Co Afa otoa 4to of all kinds.

removed thereto. I'ems of interest to all, and facts worth 2 Day. I AND: Eerydsysixnu'ntas.. ;.,......... 3 eo
I ......... ** UfludF.PvmpsudWrivhh1ivaPIp.s.
JI. I IBoy. : and Dsly.wltbontSuIidAyalxnonthl.
Rev.Wm .I Waller, of Orlando, and remembering. Over PEOPLE USE The Indiana Chemical Co have discovered Vegetable OrangeCRATES i I
6,000,000 THE
C. L. Lowtber of Bettndere Bluff Printed Books, pamphlets, circulars i SEEDS I. marvelous a compound rapidity which in the acts cure with of Rheumatism truly : I I .1d Address.8, Korth TTUlUmTO 8 8T4R$.. ... Y.," DRIVING ELLS !TSp !IALTY. "

Fla.. willcoudwt revival services at the I transient newspapers and perodicHls, (except FERRY'S and Neuralgia.Ve guarantee it : ..

.. Metho<'Ut CTiurchcommencing Friday I those of the second class) are third ---- D.M.UlY&CO.....4mitU4tobsth to cure any and every case of acute In- A SPECIALTY. STRAWBKRRY GROWERS: TIn qd Iron Roofs put oa aatwha k* .
the interior. Orden for!in Gutter* ..mt..
eveiHngth llthat7:30p. m. to be continued class matter. ilt UtlUTStllSMUte flammatory Rheumatism and Neuralgia Trubvit Davis h.vo Just rocrJvMi a ly fined.: WIndEnginesforp..pin.w.s p .lt:.
j f indafinitlr. The attendance of 1 j"j"t fket world* in 2 DAYS, and to give immediate reliefin I large supply' of the e..aJ- :ATKIVIRGINIA"VKNTILATKl ., order. f
,- The rate of postage on third class mat- D.I.FERIY I CO'S ALSO FORsALE l>:'OmptJ.1.s cm Chen Ii. Fae. .
- 4 frJu Jr. II. Tll'ird, Rev. 11. B. Mattice .I...I. ...... d,1.1 ... chronic cases and effect a speedy cure. I HURRY or; a d School Bells fondle a!a bar a a. :
, and.Rey.G. P. Young* specially rei ter is one cent. for each two ounces or .*..*.*PH... On receipt of 30 cents, in two cent I RATES AND 8TANAKl QUART

qnested All'* Christian workers and all9"w I fraction thereof. at SBDUIUALFor stamps, we will send to any address the fi.J1 I I I \ I BASKETS, whi h tI..y111 'Hellat: jobbers II ."

;, i 8""WI1lVflfflfl1enefiat7:3osufl persons afft-tionat inTlted.time. Daily and weekly papers: and monthly wmbeaiiisdF.u 1887 to all receipt which can for l he this filled wonderful i<) )our home compound druggist p ; \0; '\\1, : )j.10 j.\\If\ prk'OH. : i Stores at Wholesale Prices' ... .

aU Hope aU bulnc. will close e.irly so that magazines are generally second class -=;:: sad I at small cost. We take this means of = =' $,' NOTICE.Six : : ,.

. can attend these norvio***. and usually bcir: on the little to the instead of) U.inJr contra tad far a ='arjr aisolasat
VV publications : -5. giving discovery public wt'ekMr't'r '1:it<>. I will apply to of ook aud Heat, g.vsssbqi i'e wat > ...
i page, the words "entered at the postolflceat 4a.IILE.5p 01'. putting il out as a patent medicine, It ACRES LAND th4) ll<>" Jn;. jth R. Richard County, i e (to e.: rata, 1 am cow p'eptl ell o. tl: .-. '- .

Last otJce. a!* second class nutter." When 1tnar..6 ... being much les extensive. We will OF' ,( Jnrtr rthonntr Unwlford fiiate: of atonIryplce... Al4 i<..Ihat: c. ;
Is 4# All!Taxts _...6or.4.a. -. gladly refund money if satisfaction is not I ,"'101'11. for !,.tter. of .100IniJlraHof< ) on th. 'arinne t an tort :| a -a "aa...:'wi" :aIscit
b Unpaid, for tIle vearjgc remaining : sent by others than the publishers or 7idd .rl given. i the estate of Joph! Trillin*, fate nfI f (. of e..arg-. 4I;-..;.-'IcA.is. ..
"D rile ltii d ay of March 1887 wilL I Itec-nntair.l; ctoss and "_,.auDI. ot&l be adrtnbed. newsagent; they ....r.r k..dI I I county %af.ED. 'Ir......... ...... .sipW5. M'.f'.n l.
the rate i it ttOe cent for inch fo'ir ounces LLm.'ca.Detrolt. Craw fordsville, Ind.Feb. of 10 acres and up, as may be wanted 1 C. TIULU'KFeb.12'ST F..uiudzie *tld.I".I.I1tO-l : .
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IIUVSTICECOARCfl-. (Jr AND GARDEK. but should be tafficieht to keep the animals SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTIAL this country who: medY
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Z1TE. ..11..8aaa..e.ta pple
___ and avoid .C..TUCU.Y.rllcatl.a.f. n.r te ravage
.__ good losing frop
, I r1.j ,_ w im 3 *Iu ImA The Cost.o f) IIk. flesh. Scientists state that water once con a suffering who utJd have agony been mRdictted unti'' is thd vh\(\ c.tQY\1'Y 4 "

Pekin ducks stand confinement best taminated by sewage never becomes TO ui R AMRS Of THIS P An of de "madicfle" send

some very valuable experiments have but the purified by natural means. la common wit many andeditors the yery Bund of the word { I:
they are not a tame a common accustomed to look thefc senSitive Opium &t
been the MassachusettsAgricultural of horror j
just published by thrill through
w a
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kind. They weigh eight or pounds A boat propelledon certain statements which we have teen are sjlll looMng-
Station de- upon and yet they ;
II. IO'Ool5OoOO26' ; OOSOOO'I Experiment and yield white feathers equal .the''Seine by means of artifcial columns merely adroit advertising. organism,
t a
'tennininpr the cost of milk when feeding each the air and by i ou .we feel justified in taking something that will pnore buIF
of on Consequently LLEIV3U1t4G
acting 532 atid
a wings
Ten cents a line f first and ftve. schpub.quent1 n never set trees in sod, rotating wheel from one of to them their health. To this clfs ,
binations. These foods consisted of says letter recently ;
private rive &'
rate tot dyeTtlM..f solicitatJn, ;
Special time at without .
wheat other sowed The earth is suppocd to lose confessionof : the Record,
t&ilon the bran shorts or among or grain. our ln
at offlee. corn-meal
i&4. gluten-meal, larget ptn "I words not with the Intent t 1,1-
r- Clover is the worst of all. The whole the rate of second a century. We quote: say a few for :
hay, corn-fodder, and corn silage. The hal 1 fat t ou re vertise 5 man who to'day is (lCnm0re
SUBr surface of the should be cleaned Therefore if earth ever ceases to revolve tell- d
ground ,
ourselreithat by
than sri
results are as follows : The highest cost "We conTinced I this class of sferer "
O.JeU..,."...._. of milk was from a liberal hay and well stirrea. on its axis, it will be more than lag bT know to be true, w haT p but because !101l no tnfat personal

0 Six' months.......**;..... ... 75 and grain per quar, being 2.03 cents per In looking for seed corn, select ears G(00,000,000 years before it will stop.It duced at last permanent conviction In exprenc of to BALSAM'SU&o
Ail anb zpUous most btpftlolrUbly In ad and well Seven ago .. stated what we atsbout
with small cobs, deep kernels is recommended to boil shin- pubilo years .
The milk at the lowest now mnd .
-t\ '.--:. 'nce. No. difcrlmtaadeq. '. .: O" : anybody.ConSmnnluUoosapln'knfeutters'of quart : from a produced moderate feeding of developea at b t and point, which do gles intended for a roof in 1 solution of and what that it was rapidly disease of inc this country d ng. Three was, say, in N.regard Y., t Dr.his Herbal Khmer Wdiesfact ("-f Binghanton er" 1 C. j. co .9" ,

\ lo Interest silage and corn-meal and was but .8:1: not taper, but carry their size throughout lime nnd salt. I is claimed that it addsa ago we ited tht a check had"The *, and it is a pleasure to \A; tto sufferer

: solicited from, a e U cent per quart. It is to be noticed th'ata with rows regular and straight. good many years to the usefulness of yer live it know that there is a Mertne fat ha doiiA K- CiQu: 'A o E G-\1J\ !
= --- of of the largest life much lasting
one In is still doing so -breft .
:;: t : quart of milk produced by feeding There is no excuse for lice on young the shingles, by pre\'entng them from .tttfc of this country shows that and the afflicte.1. Dr. Kilmer ha l cJ! .

NflFATES OFFICERS. hay and grain costs as much as two anda animals, yet it is not an infrequent thingto decaying. Inc: 1884, the' mortality from kidney sented in the advertising c.I1 I!of the Vt\' vJ tou.'t"t.'nt.s'

'. 1. quarter quart produced by feeding find them in wiptcr. Animals infested To absorb the vibrations from the disorders did not increase over the previous Record for over two yeas, and diring that E&er\ -

,'muoJ: silage ( and so far as with such vermin are generally in a run sound froma years;other companies stated the same thing.It period we have reeived many coflTflUfli'.a: fQdyt .

Hon Chas.Jocet,1'enttcolt. i quality of milk was tonrerncdno serious down condition, or else filthy and dirty. blow of a hammer when the is not premptuou for u t claim credit tions asking if his Hcmediesierc as repre'snt ',
Jacksonville. work bench is felt in every part of the and have always felt that'we o UIsafelv .Q
lc Wmtnl for checking
Cal thes
: alteration in its composition was de Hammondof Beech IslandS. ravag is one mQ15
i Captain building, set each of the legs of the "Seven years that the condition '- recommend them. Dr. Kilmer

Tint Wstrlct-Hon.&R. H..;'n M. Qnlncy- tected. C., says: "I think no system of plantinghas b.-nch i in a Lox of dry sand and allow of the kidneys was the key to the condi- of the best-rea-1 Physicians of tins pre ut .

tend IMaUict-Uon. Chle DavdlD D1hery, roOrlng ever succeeded which did not embrace the undulation from this disturbing clement tion of health; within the part five ye all day. HeproLablv has the largest ;ira ti f. "C1 St.
$ ,*& Points rotation of careful life insurance conceded and examines and treats personally more patients
Practical using one or
& crops, which clpiN
,: i&ir.">wn?oopat i Sheep.GrowlnE.At fill the soil with to churn quartz for a while, the truth of this for,whereas at his large and fully eTiipj-ed olif! 1yc: '

Fifth Ate.arcn1t- the late meeting of the Amercan; more of the.1"to vege- will not leave vibrating energy enoughto ten years ago, chemical analysis to determine in Binghamton yearly, than any ether. physician I t\\\Xd.'tlt

lala,G vfSSKSamp Merino Sheep Ucgifcter Association, heldat table mould. pass beyond the floor of the work the condition of the kidney was notreque in the country. ; T'1

Hon. Don Jackson, Mich., 3Ir. H. O. Logan, of Calves can be taught to feed themselvesat ben h.For. to-day miion. examinationdiseovers in risfu These Herbal Jfc-medies which he lends 01 hi. .JJRJGGT5 5et :
: Judge.1LM. : and prescribed by km in :
., r North- California ilich. expressed opinionthat the age of three weeks when t'ey and other are prepared
iey kidney
attaching moldings unsuspected diseases of the compopent r art \\2S
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f em DItk the sheep industry of America is will thrive on gruel of oatmeal and a tea light lumber a new kind of nail has been are own carefully private practice.selected from Nltu e's gfm\$ o1 & per.bQzrt\e. ;

Philip, ,C. Wilton,Tslla- among th-j greatest: enterprises of the made of steeped hay. They soon learn contrivedwhich no nail holes. It years ago we stated that the ravages l labcratory, and are compounded in. a seieiH .. .,

S h&pe 1a,Clerks,Northnx agricultural world. There is nothingby to nibble the hay, and arc cheaply reared. is made with laves point at each end, and of Bright' Disease were insignificant tific manner so a to be especial!-adapted t/| STNU-Ei

er. wh'cli labor is better remunerated, Kaise only the best.A 1 head or with other UUpt disorder the different forms of diseases ft?which theyare '
DISTRICT: with an outwardly projecting comp of names; are tho result of:.years of cI.wNThe: :
nothing that yields better returns on the Wisconsin farmer says: I have kept between the points. human ailments ud. They medi-
shoulder of
-', jaekpony December midway that ninet.the t>er cent bard, patient study t f the science of Great Nursery ei
'2; &ha ea71 February. money invested; for we reap two crops wool sheep for. near onto thirty years, The nail is first driven into the wood by ttutble t deranged kidneys, CHI**. 6

;Pe :In March. annually from our Hocks-the wool and but I propose for the future to handle means of a punch which straddles the which a uric acid, or kid There seems to be at the: present tue f a tendency ERCHERON HORSES.

I u: o CoRr-Nortberu District: the liiuibs. The wool product is about nothing' but mutton sheep. I can make projecting point and bears on the head. I ney pi which causes these many fatal towar 1 a great many KilneY, Liver .

: no ."To fictile,Jackonvie,Judge. y 0,0),OOO pounds yearly, and always t more money out of my lambs- than I can When enough has been driven in, the "The uric add or kidney poison,*Is the real and Bladder troubles with the people irort Farticu-of th$: 200 Imported Brood Mares
7. wish speak
I countrand we
T. ]\V.( M.C.Can,Jacksonville,, Martha finds a ready market ut remunerative into the : out of wool, and alwav3, have a sure mar- molding is p'aced over the nails and I cause of the majority of C&e of paralysis, larly about Dr. Kimlr's.SwampRot t Kidney Of Choicest_Families. r

S -.FbHIpValterJackeonvule... Clerk, Eastern Dllrlon. prices, bringing ready money ket. driven; down.A heart disease,convulsions,pneumo Liver and say ktIIGENUMUEIIS,
\ hands of the farmer at a season of theyear )fr. Downing, perhaps the most famous for is reportedas applex and insanity; over half on the outlet, we are not writing senstonal, All Ages both Sexes "
i n. C.wn onTllahttMef,Clerk, Middle Division. when there seems to be little else horticulturist of our own country, new elevator gra-n the victims of consumption are first the victims "gush" for Dr. Kilmer, but ; person-, IN STOCK. J. .
F. C. Humphreys, Clerk, Western Division. recent invention of from ,
a gentleman of diseased cure -
Pen.acola into cash. kidneye."When do of many important
converted we
that can be readily included the melon fruits. :Mr. allY as
.. : among Evanston, III. In this the principal of the recent death of an honored ex- from the use of this medicine, we:
r .TEfl**. There are times when prices rule so low 1(Icnri Vilmorin famous in the old wrought '
: equally announced
the .steam injector for filling boilers is official of the United States was believe it to be our duty to the afflicted to encourage -.
Eastern Division-JackednviUe, Monday i for wool that it has a tendency to discourage world. classes the strawberry among used. The from the car is run directly his physician said that although he was suf- them to avail themselves of the us i
1 : December.
f%: Middle DlvialoB-AiBlMasee. firct Monday In many breeders, but even then vegetables. readers: may take their .. into grain ThroughIn fering from Bright's Die3 that was not of this valuable Remedy. .
February.. '.*,$s t J-. the relative value compares quite favor choice.It a revolving hopper. the cause of death. wa frank enough We know a Mr. Chas. E. Roe* of Unfon-
I Wuter DlvisIoMBiBsafeia, first Monday In with that of other product of I opening in the bottom of the hopperis to admit that the apoplexy which overtook yule, SteubenCo., N. Y. who had Bright
in horticulture
; ...:c .aSsIjEL ably any I ; seems to be a rule forced a powerful current of air which him in his bed, was the fatal effect of the disease, and was told by the bat bys.ciansof _3tJ==:Uu .

:: STATE bFPTCER&' the furm. and fruit culture, as well as in agriculture carries with it the grain into a tube. kidnoy poison of the blood,which had eaten Hornellsville. N. Y.. was no -5:._ ai
Accordng to statistics the medium that the finest varieties are usually the substance of the arteries and by -
away tor him who was prevail upon :
: at hot-e ,:;
Governor-Edward whuh act are placed
A. Perry Curves as relays
2 -,. TalabuEe,1'Iable wool commands a better price now than the most difficult to produce and the tube. each of I brain; nor was Logan's physica honest a friend t) try Dr. Kilirer's: .*\all -Hoor ;-,,- '- __-,$

. v. 1; Mrrclry"tnrney-Gmerl-Stale-ohn L. Crawford, Taahu- fine wool, and this, )lr. Logan explains ; most unc rtain of yield. It is, therefore points along the Through enough to state that his Kidney Cure. He did so, without the Iea-t
p Ic. i is not because the American Mcrino fnll the-c relays a current of air is also blown, was caused by kidney acid in the blood. I idea of being but the*result. was
k : comptroler-W. D. Barnes,Tallhaue.'frclurcrE i well to have some of the old "standbys"in which carries with it the grain to the "If the doctors would state in official reports most bceftP. and family, for iszIi t.t4 1- '
.5 .. Crill,'I .. blood is t'o fine, but simply that two extremes orchard. the original cause of the people t bv ANNUALLY -
8 every from deoth that UIPORTED
: be cured. : SOO to 400
t this deth I he
car- was
i4 : -DaviiT tang. Tallahassee.I'ommicaioner have been given greater attention I next By means grain may of this country would yea, SaY that of .Trrnt Frc nee all recorded with extended pediRree'IJII the
j Another cas-a,
j. The Lire Sto:k Journal : dreadful disease is the only draft
Lands says ..
ISf and : height.A The Percheron
any.dcsired Books.
NatoR'r Stud
t-- i.: Mitchell! Tallahassee. Immlgaton- -th- coarse aid the fine. Now, in this i "' hay scarce straw be u-ed I rec I nearly panic &trckent at the fearful mortal Ku-sel! Sand ford, of \\Tayne, Hieuben Co., ,1'n,.tir*.l of'rQn"Franr posaesring a "todbook that baa thmriKrt
.' S Superintendent Public Instructions J. Kosccll case the common breeder of the native : may member of the Koval So iety of Tasmania ity from disorler who had a terrible Lowel diflUulty which : and endowment of the illustrations French OoTernnMnfc's by Lass

p : ,. ,Tallahassee. woodrangerraising sheep for the market'i for feeding sheep, giving with it some linds that, as compared with would not yield to the medical sf! 11 of good Uoalaear.' for 120-page Catalogue. DUNHAM

-i-- Commissioner of ImmlgraUon-A A. RobInson, more nitrogenous food. On one poundof MarJupiter's surface brightness is The wrier of the above letter give these ': who, at our own solici-ition, trie M. W. ,
find lucrative doctr
r: Ta1auee a employment by corn, with half a pound of oil meal it to : fact3 public simply to justify the S'.vamp-Root, and he told us after using 6V- 1 Wayne, DuPag Co.*IlllnolCe
44(i"" SCFRKME COURT. ng his flock of coarse wool ewes and all the straw they want sheep will twenty-two times as geat: ns ought claims that they have made, that "if the eral bottles his trouble was removed although -

.:j;_''._:ci. Chief JOPUu-e.. Q. )Jc\\orter.Tallahaseee. with a good selection of thoroughbred be :f all its light is reflected sunshine; kidneys and liver are kept in a healthy con- he had no control over hf bowels for ) '. .
f i .\ *-( e. Ianey,Tallahassee; :Merino rams, and will thereby increase ; thrivcnicely. I and as compared with the moon about ditiou by the use Warner's safe cure, : year previous to using the rr-didne and .

U. ..' n'au Valkenburgh;JatkaOnTUe the weight and improve the quality of I II Professor Forbes, of Illinois, says that :.i thirtef-n times. That the brilliancy wa; which hundreds of thousands have proved to I I had been told that be wcuUl: never be any. I I I .

fl: .'' .. rrELic LANDS-U. S.Lands. I fleece without decreasing the weight of at lea t seventy per cent. of the apples I remarkable has long been known, and be a specific, when all other remedies failed, better, and that his earthly lareer was].i 0 .
:; Land office, Gainesville-S. C.Tucker, Register. the and that has receive 1 the endorsement of thehighest limited. Our druggists "n Dundeetell
injured by coddling
now destroyed or
carcass. I I the theory of this ob.crve that the giant talent in EuropeAustralasia they have sold hundreds of bottles UNRIVALED ORGANS

1'1 LANDS. In creasing Mr. Logan advises that n moth may be saved to ripening by one :' planet: of our system has not yet cooled and meica, many lifo would be prolonged of this u and in instance Y.1IENT ityntem.from 8323iwr
np r>n tb"l:\S Y IM
t}: Land otc.. TaUahaaee*-L. Mitchell, CornS breeder be led by any false notions of or more sprayings with Paris green, as to cease to be self luminous, is by no and the happinesi of the people preI I have they meldne hEanl aught fcut praise montn up. 1W style.l to$9u-. Send for Catilovn -

__ _ made in while the fruit is ferved. It successful so different it.Ye "with full particulars, mailed free.
spring night men-
economy to use anything but a thoroughbred early means new. A more .genera ly accepted i wit many frcm.the persons using ;
I'; COUNTY OFFICERS. sire on his flock. In case he owns not larger than a hadenut. explanation. however is that Jupiter is diseases bus It alone, can remove tion seorvs of simi ar cases that, *.>our own I I. UPRIGHT PIANOS ','
the from the blood
through of
.. County Judge.!. It Hichnrd. the common natives of the country, the The following from an exchange, can I covered with a highly reflective material the kidneys" acd serious personal trouble knowledge!by using, have Swaiipilcot.been Ipedcnt I Con'trurtcd on the new method of itrlntfnic, onMmlla

4. ('kri" of Circuit Court-H. F. Tork. use of a well-bred sire is al the more imperative not be too forcibly stated: Young stock, which absorbs much less solar light than readers are familiar with the. preparation hope it will help] some one, and "re have no I I r frms. Send for descriptive Catalogue. :

L'-. Mifriff-H. W. Epperaon.TTnx for nowhere will the evidence once allowed to run down, never fully :Mars and the moon. named. fears of the result of a ti ial, by a_y one whois MASON HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. .-. j
AB &
i& eor-W. Wainright of his to transmit his char from the effects thereof. Of inferior Commendation thereof has often ap peared suffering with a Kidney, Livir or Bad-!
L'r': Tax( power iccpvcr Over I stars are known to vary in Boston, New York, Chicago.
'olelor-B. "
Hayes colnmnI f
.tllwrfntenceot! S \R.itkovskl W. Dowling.Coucty ,M. nctcristics be seen than on common. stock; feel and lice, the first generally brightness L, a few very strikingly, in periods i I I We our believe it to be one of the best, if not I der trouble. "It_ is ir worth. Ur. \VestfOt\its weigt Editor.LYDIA in gild. r *

rI :. Klnner. M. Bcaseley llonert-L,Joln S. Andrews L!Ie. the sire is usually half the flock. The brings the second. Poor feed is iean.dalou8 I ranging from a few hours to several the best ever manufatre We know the

L: V. 8mlh; It experiment of crossing coarse-wool rams ; vermin added to it is brutal. ; ce.ituries. In one class the changes seem I proprietr ae chaactr and influ o-o-, .-
CITY OFFICERS. on tine wool ewes will always pio e adisastrous There is a double purpose in planting to follow a regular law, and in another ence.We 'XI
I are certain they have awakened a
failure; it usually produces a windbreaks for orchards fi st for raising ]I they are irregular and spasmodic. To wide-spread interest in the public mind con- E. PINKHAM'S

. Major-T. .A.. .Knlglit.Marshal grade of wool that is not desirable, ow- the ten: perture, and secondly to pre I the latter class probably belong the so- cerning the importance of the kidue}8. We 4ercheronlow:
) Wall.
?.I..:.L---._ C'icrk-U.-U Snaikraan.Treasurer ing to its variety. The result is generally vent the blowing off of apples. A I I called ,Inew"stars from time to t'me recorded believe with them that they are the key t VEGETABLE 0 ,:,

iI.t -B. II.Janet a light, dry and tough wool to cut. wiiter says the most desirable locationfor t which, instead of being new I health, and that for their restoration

I (i1ty-Attorney T. Wills.Aldermen and frequently a surface of the sheep of an orchard site is a north slope or creation*, are doubtless faint stars suddenly I disease and maintnanc in health, there I '#
p.; -John C Richard, J. M.Trnby,Tate nothing great remedy. ,1- CFFZSSTKB
4, J'owl'l! J. M. Johns, D. 1 Alvarez.r little fine wrinkles over which it is dili-: hillside:and that many orchards throughCentral I flashing into prominence. A.most I The proprietors (ray th'Y "do not glory in REMEDY F

cult to shear.In Illinois have died out and remarkable star 1i2? this SUREST '
versal having
% -- -- -- -- badly, : new was seen, I. un prevalence oCd ea but -
considering the subject of public are now doing so, which have heavy by Tycho 15rnhe, who reported that it started out with the pu spreading FOR: THE F.nslnore or lower on than Southern any
F Importer In the U.8. Station
TBEBE is deal of old material shearing matches and the infatuation for timber belts on the west and north. I I became suddenly so brilliant as to be the merits of 'Vae' before the PAINFUL ILLS AND DISORDERS SUFFERED Central B.R. JOHN W.AKIN.
a great fleece without due : I it our senior .1*. (P. Ilox 36. ?>cii>io N.Y.
producing a heavy regard werd PTopre-1
The which fowls seen at noon, then gradually faded *
-. benefit derive from : away S5
yet Congress, the fact that to with which breeders of was given up bJ doctors inrra- BY WOMEN EVERYWHERE.It wanted In town for
y despite quality, eating charcoal is acknowledged. The and was lost to view in about sixteen ble, we fel it our duty the facts Ooe Agent(Merchant only) every

many of the statesmanly landmark fine wool often become possessed Mr. method of putting it before them, how- months after it was first observed. I leave public to its own&t iference We relieves pain,promotes a regular ind healthy I.

have been during the past few I ogan considers that the ambition to pro- ever, is not well understood. --- ---- pInt t our claims, and t and recurrence of periods and is a great hj!lp to yonn
remove duce fleece receive Pounced verification pride, and the
a heavy too Herd I I and women past matnrity. It stren'tber: I
charcoal is in the Wolves girls to
not shape as ere.
r' years, says a Washington correspond- much the public does not believe what we say, tell
.enL In the Senate Morrill of V.r- encouragement, }provided fowls usually find their food, and consequently A few days ago, while hunting ante them to ask their'f enda and .neighbor tho back and the pelvic orgns, bringing nlkf I tithe your "TansiU'a Punch" cigar very much, :
standard of excellence can at the J .S ]S not to them. what they think about our preparations. and comfort to women afiit wl h to have the
divide and
mont stands out the oldest time be then and not till very enticing lope on the between Horse and will do all I can to push teem. I behave In ad- ,
a man, b improved; Corn burnt on the cob and the refuse, Adobe Creeks. I came in sight of a band As stated above, w mo cordially cm home, shop and factory. vrrtiMnff,and am taking pains to distribute.the circulars
; % 76 of while his then, should this department of the enterprise mend the tIs credc by Lencorrhcea,Inflammation, Tlcerat.! anti Displacements where they will do the most good.C. .
consists the
which nlmnst
trig years age be considered the attention entirely I of wolves, thirty or more, which were our p we .V.ELLIOTT.Man neW.Pa
worthy been ured it
8 of the Uterus hare by
:. Edmunds, is 68. Fayno of Ohio is also of the Aineican: breeder. For what grains reduced to charcoal and still retaining I closely: herding about 200 head of range are fulfilling a simple public obligation. al women everywhere gratefully testifi. Regular AJdrot* R. W.TAXSILL.
76 years old, but falls short of Morrill can be the object in producing twenty- their perfect shape, if placed before c.ittle. My c .rio-ity to learn their object I A BOOT :.O\people are annual destroye physician often prescribe I
them is eaten them.A I' } j'
greedily by Marvellous
induced me to remain a couple of In India animals Memory
'4. by seven months. Dawes of Massachu- 1 fit e to forty pounds of wool, or rather
;. substance which instead writer in the Charleston (S. C.ilrs .) : days in seeing distance to observe their I ANew Way to Puy Old Debt. ,Sold by all Druggists. Prico$1.00.
S ectts is 70, although ho does not look some foreign Shakespeare tells: how this can be accomplished DISCOVERY.
of the value deteriorates \ and Cou'ier, says: "We know a I actions. When my attention was first I debts MM.PInkham'i"Guide to Health"irfciled to:any .
enhancing only in one of his immortal plays; but ThoU Kind Wai .
' ': 65. Wade Hampton of South Carolina, it and occasions an enormous shrinkage farmer with a pair of razor-back sows, diawn to the wolves they were togetherin I; to r.atvremust be ]>aid on demand tmlcssdaj Jacl1 sending stamp to the Laboratory,'yen,Mars.TmfB dertng j nnh1keArtlficIalfstems-Cureof. Heavy rductloni

' V. of New York and of which brought him annually about twen- the rear of the cattle, but very soon ; of grace I* obtainer through the use of Dr. -- I for postal claaaes. Proapeetu*.with opinions -
: E\'ut Sawyer consequent to ceansinO and in *omo i Pierce's ( Discovery." It i-, WUhlKH A CEIPi'IiB I ot Mr. PROCTOB the Astronomer,Hona.W.W. '
Wisconsin have withstood the blasts of cases yields of less desir- ty shoats of like grade which weighed( they separated and surrounded the I not a"cure-all."butinvaluable for sore throat, AIrOL JCDAB P. BK5JAJU2I. Dra. KfllOK, WOOD and.
:. able wool than is obtained from at the most one hundred pounds at kill gradually outspreading herd and chased : bronchits. asthma, catarrhconsumptlon.and. FAA RJimanatism and Tseyj7ear. ottten,aent post TBFK,br
68 winters and tho heat of as slighter : of the pulmonary! and other or- Sufferer with Neuralgia CvAd PROF. LOISETTi:.
. 4 many fleece that has obtained greater Ungth ing time. by the introduction of a male the animals together. They would then i tans Iseaes caused by scrofula or "bad blroil." by 3S7 FIfth Avenue, IVew York.
__. summers. Evarta looks much the 1 White Chesterwhch cost him five the motions of leader [I Dr. PardeJs Juanidy.EOCHBSTKB .
only an
: of staple, for it is not infrequently the 1 awai apparent Scrofulon;ulcers, swell ngs and tumors are

Z i: older of the trio. Conger of Michigan case that some dense, short and very oily dollars, increase the si'e of his shoats : would run into the bunch, cut out 1 cured by its wonderful alterative action. Ky N. Y., May 2i. 1888 DR.KILMER'S$ SLQp that Cold, Cough, .

is but 6'J 1 Wilson fleece predominates over one that will fifty per cent., so that in place of about i a calf, when the rest would rush to him, ; drugtt. GENTS: I would like to open fly heartto [ andTicklinjr IntheThrwu.)
spry, ha worn years ONE hundred tons of limberger cheese were show you my feelings of gratitude Arrest that CatarrbBron-
two thous ind pounds of lean meat that help throw and hastily tear out its en- -
-- rt. of Maryland and Georgia are cleanse out more wool of superior e'.ccl- !' manufactured in Marine City, Mich., last which I am unable to express in'jrords as chitist or Asthma. This
DI'ow lard he had thice trails. Thus would leave
lence. yielded scarcely any i mangled they I Ii Remedy relieves quickly,
year. __ _,____ _ I desire, for the great benefit Lhave
,:. each 65, wfiile Beck of Kentucky i 64. There is one branch of this industry, thousand pounds t>f nice pork and four I it, separate, and mn swiftly to surround i Dr. Pieri-e's "Favorite Prescription" is a from your remedj. If ave for received Cores permanently., It : '-
I prevent Decline MghtrSveatsnd
Pngh Alabama is CC, and Saulsburj, according to )Ir. Logan, that cannot be times the lard he took before the intro- I the now fleeing cattle, again round them most powerful restorative tome,and combines twenty years been a constant sufftrer with death from ComaBptlaa.tW .
\, duction of the Did not this single out another calf throw and j I the most valuable nervine properties; Prepared at DR. DLxn'sisPkKSAXT.
commended receive new up, t'I'c neuralgia, and in March I had
too .
the rusty bachelor from Delaware highly or any blool1 I I cial'y aaapted to the waits of dcbli a ed haI ; a very BiDKhamton,N.T.
; i too mmh attention and latter investment pay ?" I leave it in a dying condition. If any of I dies suffering from weak back, inward fever, : severe attack of rheumatism in my aide 25$ Letters of Inquiry: answered.
.' ; G'', and looks it. There. i no one in and that is breeding sheep encouragement for the show .- : the older animals hung back and showed zongestioi: inilnimn.U.on: or ulceration, or and limbs. -I I I Guide Sold to Health Dr.I.t.(Sent Free. Jiky

1. the House so old as the oldest Sen- ring; and the executive board of agri Tho Price of Pearls.} fight they would be instantly ham: I! from druggists.nervoubne-s or nenraUic pains. By I I I was so badly off that I fearecM should I

t. ators. Judge Kelley, the father of the cultural associations should sej.to it that Although a pearl weighing one grain I stringed. and left thus disabled. In no I NEW YORK CITY drinks '- birrels of losetheuseof"Dr. my limbs, but tT.ank to WELL DRILLING

i- House, the venerable Pennsylvania ample premiums be awarlcl to give impetus is worth only about one-eighth of the : in tance did the wolves seem dispoced : beer every year at a cost G.onO.40lO cured Pardee'sRemedy/'IamnoTV of both entirely

to this I :in the show price, of a diamond of the same to further mutilate thes older animals. i rheumatism and deuralgia faeMnery for Wells of any depth,from Site 3,889 Ml
: protectionist, leads the list. He is 72, or weigh This time A Fortune for Von. and am better in every respect thii I have for Water,Oil or GM. Our Muuiitrd Steam Drilling and
ring sheep are judged according the'r it is very easy to spend a large maneuvering was repeated I All is new; capital not needed: you are been for I Portable horse Power Machines to work In XO mlaat**
but of it is said and until must have years. recommend lc-or medicine Guaranteed to drill faster and with lew power Ulan any
Michigan the started free. Both
Eldridge Wherever
again sexes
for There is
merits of fleece pearl jewelry. now woles. ales. other.
i ; size, symmetry, style ; money I: I to every one. Soecially adnpted to dril-imr Wells la earth er
: jfS old. Plumb of Illinois is 70 of and of fibre in the market a pearl necklace worth satiated their taste for Then these I you live you sin uld at Hallett & I roct 20 to lXOfet( Farmer and otheruars making CU
quite length staple quality arc I I Co., Portland.Maine; they will send you free I am most respectfully yiura to#40 .r day with our marhmenr and tools. Bpendi4!
-,-' while the directory records Wait of all taken into consideration, and any judicious i"2",0:0.(: I have seen another worth varmints seemed to be inspired by the I I full information about work that you can do Mrs. J. C. SWEENY104Savannau ba.lnc for Winter or Summer. We ar*th*oWest aad
t of the author "music hath and lire at home thereby from $ to larei t X mufactnren In the husfness. Send 4 eeotf la
earning '
breeder will select only those i,000! and one was recently sold for teaching !. Stnet. Stamps furlllunratcd Catalogue H. Annual
Connecticut at 75 which must be J25 and upward (daily from the first start.
.1, an animals for exhibition that scale the about J ,000. These large prices are charms soothe the savage breast, for I p Some have made OVl S-V O in n day The best Pierce Well Excavator Co..New York.IHOrS .

errqr. Curtin of Pennsylvania is C9; greatest number of points, and not make caused by the difficulty of obtaining par- they would rai-e a hideous howl, which :.I chance ever by working peop'e.: Now 1lheumatiGut Ciuji.GKNTISince .

Reagan, the ex-Confederate Postmaster pounds and ounces the zenith of his am- ticular sizo and colors that may bewantid. cllect: on the cattle was not satisfactory, .1 is the time-delay not._ BDTTALO, May St, 1886. *?ifnj avnd ptin-al-l
and Treasurer the pride of bition.-Nino York : for they would trail out and try to get If you have a Cold, Cough (dry-hacking) 18721 have been troubled layingi.: the Eop Pss
Genera Worl. when would be chased I Croup. Cankercd-throat Catarrh DroppingcausmngcoughDr.Khlmer'slndian 71th rheumatic rrnnt tn I aoaeba,lam.aide or hip.kidney tronb-l
The most ex!pfnsive collection of pearlson away they again t Cough Cure my feet&J1d limbs lesrhi.nneura1g1a.ojatieaweaklungs.
i(: Texas, is G8, as is also Singleton of -- record is that owned by the Counters -together and held to await further (C'oMMtinpfiotti Oil) wi relieve instantlyhealsand part of the time so badly that I w9 unable I sough,an local or dee> eatad paina are quickly Il

Mississippi. Barbour of Virginia ia Farm and Garden Notes. of Dudley. whkh i is far more valuable action. How large this bunch was when I cures. Price ..oOc. and$l. to walk. Each year found ma a little ubdn dandth pwrta atrernjthaned. Virtues of]

65, ditto Lindsley of New York Unslacked lime is best for sprinkling than the celebrated pearls belonging to i the wolves first gathered them togetherI II If afflicted' with sore eyesuse Dr. Isaac Thomn- worse than the preceding, although I doctored _Ihopsvburgundy Th be t,2So..6forl.OOord8 pitch nd hemlock.ler XaOedfrM.1IEOPPLA3TSBCO. combined.!

Charlie of Pennsylvania 65 on the places most frequented by poul the Queen. The Countess. hIS a corontof have no means of knowing, but am Ion ,Eye-water Drugiistslel at2.>c.per bottle Pardee's continually, but until I need "Dr. .' Hop Plaster.
f Remedy" I found noTjelief.
I ,
O'Nei i Opium in Boston
try. pearls. The is composed of satisfied that the wolves and cattle will : lil Consumption
pear- i Cures where other remedies 25c. nave taken this for several
: Wadsworth of New York the same, : fail mo t.ha and
Damp sheep yards and boggy pastures shaped pearls. There is a cry large one be inseparable until the calve are all it has cured me. I am not only free from

\ and Geddes of Ohio makes up a good arc frirtful causes of liver rot, l'.ukc: andtot in the centre, and the other me graduated killed. Then I think they will gather : pain and soreness, but in better health

S f. 62. The old men in the Senate seem rot. in sue down to the smallest.In another and again another bunch and Get Hood'sIf than I have been for years. Consider HARTSHORN'SSTHMA H

in actions order to get these pear-shaped pearlsin kill all the young. I counted in two your rheumatic remedy inyaluablra I S
i be much more aged than The l llet> holstein Friesian OWS >roilice am.
I t | the requisite sizes and colors the jew days eleven calves, some yet alive, with yours truly H. H. WALKER
those in the House. from 12,000 to 18,000 pounds of yon have made up your mind boy Hood's Sar
. 1 entrails from their t
: : milk annually. elers were obliged- to buy- SIK h an enor- I their protruding aipirill 4o not be bur t take any other. 893 Fourteenth Street.
-- mous (quantity pearls that when the s5d(8, beside even larger and older ones Hood's -
Sarsaparlll a peculiar medicine,
L Tll'R.E is a representative i Congress Bird, especially crowsdistributnut3" 'famous necklace was completed with with their hind legs rendered u eless.El. .- .by rtrtae of tt*peculiar. combination,proportion possessing James Carey, of 180 Pinnacle avenue

.5 V from one of the Southern States and other tree seeds and are- thus nture's i earrings bracelets and brooch, and fin 1 t (Co .) 1'rwu1. and preparation, curative power superior t any Rochester, had inflammatory rheumatism CURED !
I I IShcc and for five weeks unable to walk ttorwsw AttkiM Car jtrtlk
foresters. other article of the kind before the Be was or MT T fnUt
I. who to live comfortably in ger-ring to match, they had .!;;:i'joowoth. people lure rribve I 4wdisS..if la tb*worn Ss, ,tour..isa-
manages Cll ii to without assistance. lIe used "Dr. .
Jacobs Hood's.
husbandry is 'practicable on&UJ At the greatest pain-cure ft get fertabl* alef tffwu e.re.wher.ail *th n ML Afcui
-- p of odd pearls left. A pair of ; and Pardee'g Rheumatic and U 110' r.i.c. !* MMl ticm, Me 60 eta.sal
America 1 had been Remedy'
> Washington at outlay of not more recommended by publie men taking for dys- (
: farms. j Ho' .
; n tends to the farm* 8aruaprl 1 oe.e Dnntatt FKF.B "
I -
I enrc d.mtohedpear-shaped pearls, weighing other counlres Hon. Bill Flint, Life Senator ppll3 and In one ator where tred t bay a bottle as well as ever. He says he has had his Knip. DK.U.BCIIIKFMAN. t.F akMUB.w.|

than $1,503 per annum. He has no restore p-istures. ; ? :.: "ft.O'Eralns.werere"entlysold: for .tl.2.:0. Parliament, Canada, cek tried t Induce me t buy their own Instead I feet wet and been exposed to all inds of

I fEy, neither drinks nor uses tobacco As a rule, when people: ,_ t J "'" t Pce Royal of England I found i to act like a charm of Haod'a; he told me thelr's! would last I weather but feels no symptoms qf rheumatism. Plso's Remedy for Catarrh t* th

any form, yet he appears to enjoy failure in flower culture" -_ ._ : '' : of Prussia AMONG the remarkable woods of South Atria longer; that might take It on ten days trial; that I I Boat,lasheS to Use,and cheapest.5irIIIll1iIIII .- i '5
the use of too large ilace of irty-two I is sneeitwood (Pteroxyloa utile). which I I did not like I I need not ray anything etc. But I Ask your druggist for Dr. ,'ard e'semedy
T1E life in his own and a general favorite pti.-: ] .. I told him I knew what Hood's SarsapiriUa I
way was and
i The farmer p :. ,000. In 17ti- the in durability is said to surpass even lignumyitproducing I take no other. Price, $1
machine bearings which have It, agreed with mel was perfectly sat-
with his Congressional associ h tln I I per bottle; six bottles, f 5. .
and be ready to take sdvantag.tunities .met possessed pearl know to.outlast those of both bras and tailed with Hood's Eanaparula did not"ant any Pardee

r : ates. He has a neat but not extravagant to sell as well ai buy,ir:. ... e that' ben Io __ other. I am always glad to lpa a good word for I Medicine Co., Rochester. N.-Y.- I Aln mod ft>r Cold> Ia the H rf.AMhdACbVt ,
.dat Two that this excellent medicine." I 6 6TV AfU 00 tff| fc
apartment in an eminently re- Horses enjoy tbok1nd !,000. Ex-Mayor Latrobe, Baltmore. Md..says the E GOTT, 5 DR.HAIR'SASTHMA -
I Terrace Street,Boston, .
.epectable section the city and dresses their owners and dr1is & ;: Pd'were valued at i'lt-, beskcouVi medicine Cough Cure la"L fl1! WANT YOUI .Kr2si
,* 5? )
J Dr.Samuel K.Cox, D. D., of Washington, D. Hood's

t.. in good taste. Many of h companions -' cheerfully with thn't ,-.:* .:' The lack pearls bring yery high prices C., after a careful analys's: pronounced it Sarsaparilla I'profitable. Salary employment$75 per month so represent and expenses us In,very or a /v licoTUUy.

, ;_ are very anxious to learn his methods An exchange nggestt'-tBat thee,t-t but genuine'pears may be purely vegetable, and most excellent for Sold by a d $1; six fo$3. Prepared only large eommimion on mle If preferred. Goods utapis.ZTe.7 *f
fences of .nd around tho'' 'pTesent throat troubles. Price, twenty-five a by C. L Has absolutely cured tell of th u- one bar Outfit and particular*Free. -
'I t of saving so much of his salary, \'oultrY.yards. ': are white pink, or gray.. bottle. cent HOD a c. Ll 1 E i anl. The only AstnmTCure and STANDARD SILVERWARE CO..EOST OIT. MAS3. |\

r. feds grapevines. I I The pecular color \\huh is Pearl ____ Doses One Dollar world that will-, Trl' tmf'Dt known to th. medical
-' but he refrains from giving advioe calet 10 POsIttveiypermanentJy cure A III h-
1 any : THE slaughter of at Prince Edward
Turnips and clover hay make capital is a sort of transparent is lobster m- and Slay Fever. Unquestionable evidence I IfWQM
Island is iiuethirc Tnere were win be found In FRAZERtLEBPsT
mr M-paze Treatise,
the but tells them : sent tree
r on subject, g. stock fce.l In severe weather, though at present a greater demand for pear;, exported the past 8ea=*>\1.01\ ('s'es.motl to I COCKLE'S im.K. W. H A R.Ii W.tth St.OIncnnatiO.

1 : naturedly that it is the result hi ninety per cent of turnips is water. :. as there is in fact for all kinds of jewel- I I i 000 Europe lobster, which_kUing of 3.>,COOi ,-- --- TN THE WORLD U R AS E

h. l-control He 1 not in any wose In the case of trees which bear in alternate ry, than there has been known for a long A Terrible Fire. ANTIBILIOUSPILLS THORSTOfSSITOOTHPOffDER the Genuine. Bold Everywhere

l'; :. .. but he is about the best specimen cars. judicious thinning will result -' time. The plentifulness of imitationsdoes What a thrill of terror passes over us whenwe Keeping. Tteth Perfect and Cuma llealthT.
mir in considerable fruit in off years. I I not appear to destroy the value of read the record of some fearful devastatiOn -- RARDEN SEEDS CatalogussMailed
; of a model moral Congressman in and yetit is fact that thousands thOTOUghlU
; :: the genuine article.-London. Paunlro- by fre. _____ _. Free.
Oive fateing; hogs all they can cat are consumedbytheinuard fire of GREAT ENGLISH BEMEDY! SHORTHANDVlrin. or personally. ---- ---- --
existence to-day. if they of ker's Gaete.'Ben. fever caused by consumption of the lnnpr, pupils when cmpetrnt Francis Bill!. Hinnrruu Loso ISLASD. N. T.
tJ are disease..The quickerthe For Liver Bile. Indigestion, et. F from Her .Cbaffee,Oswego N.Y
animal is fattened the less the which could be subdued by Dr.P.erce's"Golden rury; contaIns only Pur? LI A IbiovWweiw.L
; Butler's Whim. Medical Discovery. Agent: (:. S. CK1TTENTO.V New In.-d1ent pATENTS Obtafned. t't tor OPIUM I V' U U see a
/ A CHICAGO drummer tells loyenron' __Jlct- Paywhencid Handsome
of a merchant costs.When TH Date of Sutherland] -- --- .\ .
dicks confined with General Butler has a whim. Of late : owns land In this Vashlnjton.I'n' .D. C.\ ,.

1 .. i Walnut, UL, who being pros- poultry-yard they are become hens ina years he is seldom without a piece of country aggregating. it isaaid. 43.UOUares.) WAuTrD Iramediately.Pay. OuilitFrpp.100 r nlr.mrn.t II.Goo I'. PIU1l >'l C'nreit. Treatment nentontrt-* !CALVES, POULTRY, FINK BI7T-
quarrelsome VEAL
Up. : iferons and a heavy buyer is yeA and do slippery elm in his mouth, which he declares Everybody is enquiring for Ho's Calendar FitEF3l.%N t\(9., >ur-erympn. rrlghton. ;Y.: S. h t)I.ot: REMEDY CO. LafayellP, In 1I TtK. A ton a day wanted at the Wall.
more damage than they arc 1 for 1887, because it is one of ml t attractive f\ about 2frkeS! Big roflt to ahlppera. For matrue
.4 treated by the commercial traveler*, worth. is an admirable specific for ncrvousneas. bits of C3lormg which lithograph'C; art has t!" t SML iii.75 tatt Ave..Fro klyn..N.Y

I and has many a cigar offered him. The chearest and quickest way a poor Years ago Butler was a smoker. ever produced.head being It a is ple.is'ng a beautiful: study thing which, thechild's explains S LInes' $SaI day. Samples worth $UO YELL
t farmer Then took what is known as a dry Wome 5 not under the home's feat Address
He' can improve his pecuniary condi- why so many applications are did the Ba.wstia'i SATETT REIM HOLDM.HollyJUcn
tikes bin'
I: always the cigar, sayI' tion is to improve his sto k.by the smoke-that Is, he went through the mo"- made at the druggists tor them. They Why
4 persistent
.- against my principles to tions of smoking with an unlighted cigar obtained sending ten, cents in to I PA Pill Great English Gout and
.' use of the best full-blood sires. & .Tx well. o. stamp B.air A
business hours Til in his mouth; from that he was graduated Ho ( 1a S I Rheumatic Remedy.
1 : ; light this .ft The one great cause of the smal prof- to slippery elm and there is EVERYBODY wh enjoys reading 1 f.tla OTO! lSn'c.Si.00 i round 5O ets.O .
supper," and, when ho 100 its of the of small no Family Story I aper shoud!
.. gets put majority fri grower telling what he will take next.-7'o/Wco./ CHICAGO LEDGER It is the only in of this country use over thirteen million cakes br ad Morphine Habit cured luG 4.
them in a box and sells them and market gardeners is to the the Uuited States which is sold S papr., P"M la to3idays.Jl Refer to Iduu patient*eurett .3
t. ( parts. PB.iluuHyuiney.Klc&
\ .O" fact that they to much land. free. Send for -
: try work.to A copy one.
tr-by on the Burlington road for Congressional funeral nowadays THE CHICAGO LEDGER,Chicago. Addre" Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 ? HOW to Make Money on real rstatf; rare Otlosri'
should be
S haf price Feeding not suspended be. costs the government from $3,000 to Aildres F.P.PEAIf.Stomcaty.U.
cause it not much work be 'Ro'IALGLVE'mendeanythingl! Broken

.., thee t done. 15000. n*.Gl Wood. Fr,. Vial at Dregs &ChI GrI 1 Buy cake of Lenox and you will. soon understand wL, ,I Pensions to Soldiers a Heirs. Bend stain

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