The Starke telegraph
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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 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
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oclc - 33901150
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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.1 .:! STAEKE, BRADFORD CO., FLA.**tw lIARCH 26, 1887. VOL. VIII. NO. 38.

In the Southerp States during! 1886, THE FLOWER OF .- ,

FAME I "Well, a I was saying, the captaincame but for that powerful which
Kentucky led in new manufacturing and impulse ] awhile for myself and then m trust to ought to havo .
You ten
At come are years
morn bud alongside and said voTe
: could not resist tr.
with we rushed REV DR. TAL [AGE. pilot becomes anjrv. and & older than and yet can
enterprises $28,401,000 Whose you you
mining ; leaves "How's her head w t b
still 'y
dampened Mr. Brown doom. '
by the My
morning upon or yarn a true one. eithEr take care of this ship or If yo not take along with you the future wad
Tennessee came next, with $21,240,000, dew 'W. N. W., a quarter W.. sir,' I an- .Then glancing up aloft, he said- want to, I will pet into mv yawl ado even the two pennies on your eyelids *,' .

and Alabama third, with 1,848,000. Gv promise of a unnassed swered, with a glimpse at the binnacle. "The wind is hauling round, and we THE BROOKLYN ashore or back. to- mv bent" Xow we them shut after you a de And"yet you
And beauty 'lUght it is-keep it so 'he bade must DI\INE' SUN- say to the toni: 0 G>>1. tak my life, take hold on to this world of the .
lay megood.night. .
the altar ; some wt avdt
of increase in upon of canvas off he'at
; The proportion largest our vnnf and I watched hve DAY SERlION. myat in Thy keenine! Be Thou my guide; miser who persisted bonds -
The him .
; Arkansas, the amount of capital invested possibilities the future may pose the deck go along forward to speak to the watch With a cheery good-night he left and sudd.Tilv wake up. and say: the mor his dressing-gown while
me .
in new enterprises beng: $15,240,009, At noon a ful blown rose, oa the fok'sel and I went below and turned into mj'' Subject : U David Acting the Fool. "ThinCT are going all wrong. O. Lord. wear was dying, and in the last moment h

against $1,230,003' :) in 1885. Whose fraganc. I scatters on the air, an my walk again, and birth, the notes of the bo'sun'i driving on those rocks and Thou a h pet In such a tight grip that
Is shri going to let us God death must almost break the
_. _. only by its loveliness. my thoughts slipped home and I b s'pwrke"
-- --- The model euae away whistle, up with the creaking ov NOTE: There was another large addition 'You go and tke of th man's fingers i order get the bond aaray.
wondered t
which cl\ge
The Crematorial Association Philadelphia the artist paints with care, my wife and youngsterswere. blocks and the "haul-i-oy" of the watd to the church yesterday, 647 new vewl. and re into ." Hen a actuaHyjiAjBfctbai choice,wh 4

is preparing to build the largest And the never-dying substance of the poet's I lived over again in fancy the in my ears, as I thought over the curious members received during mg present revival- Gofl's business to romfo .nnd it is our businessto there a otherafar-
long. days I bad, spent ashore during last 6 that the communicant membership of the the great thinker. When they -
my story which was told me by the second h comrorel T rtr. enty. --my
and costliest crematory chapel in the leave and Brooklyn Tabernacle tf. philosophizedabout M H tel'5
then, somehow, memories of officer. i now 4,007.] ( Lute" P* Da _
t world. will have a front of sixty- At night a fae flower, my boyish days crept in. TEXT: "And he changed his behavior be this worl philosophized about everything trying caei _
I Whose withered leaves fore them, and fe Jned himself mad in their then dying moments asked that nothing for golcLMt EKdiby i giving 1
t sir fet a depth of one hundred and five dust are trampled into "Suddenly a curious sensation came WORDS OF WISDOM.A "nd. and scrabbled on the doors of tMgat. only one word might be rut upon Ms tomb him a cardinal's hat,is FHBronrola,be _
over me and banished all :
utterly dream- stone, and that word stood upmUsrjulpltsls x l"Iwillhave
feet distance will be ninety feet to let ids fall down his UI1felclmn"-mo _
t} ; Unhede by the busy passer-by; ing. I cannot tell you what caused it, ." 1 Sam. site upon tmhapnv-descriptive thE no red hat, saveflsj.V _

the top of the dome, the material will be Wos perfume, which was borne but a powerful feeling of terror oven ame drop of ink may make a million is xx. and of the deaths of those who take their case colored with my ow.blood.**'Tb t,1
by one scene in the life of David
Ter out of the hand of Ood. The only appropriate how
ever chose Christ amid
I granite, pressed red brick and terra cot- gst. me, and I trembled like a palsied old think. you may not have pndere. You have tat sn insniption for banqueting hall, ant many persecntfonsbat this daywb&&Qir1J.snityseems

: ta,and the cost will be $40.000. I lot aid the tempest of the man. A great sense of a dread of some- Labor rids us of three great evils; irk- him a har ptygthedevi out of Saul; their eouipngs, fnd th.i grave, and the wall ter t b a'i pl who a smnarrmrt o
nIght with
thiug terrible about to happen seized me somenoss, vice and poverty. a stig. of Goliah; of their eternal pnisoiihoust'"Inteheisstinns" Christ, hardships- 1

f1; The queerest thing in Boston i the recent At morn 'tis And brightened so with fame.by -something, I knew not what; and I Hope is the mainspring of happiness; wih, ;a with a, sceptre hacking, ruling to pie a th realm Philistines -; scrabbling In drolnf.door.moral of idiocy their happiness theva, seeming for them for w long after fUgo And.alM'of _
fairest strove it .t"
against in vain. I to the
hop's clung resolution is the secret of with a gathering all nations into dox-
, sale of a church without the tower, dreams, success. olc palm. which never opens: miserably playing! the world's demolition,they shall find that f| &
front, tried to y: mv have David -
bridgerai pull txt. you playing fooL these yean they were turning their *
The of life but
sweetens death i
- which latter is retained by n man who To bloom into realty at noon; together and I grew calmer as pain ; the fol e been anointed King, : upon the palaces of heaven,scrabbling .

" became the buyer under a mortgage. The At eve the sun's refulgent beams the low voices of some of the men forward the hardest labor brings the soundest yet he i and passing incognito among Again, I remark that all those persons play door of this world's treasure house,tbs t. _
sleep. the They beglntosuspectwho he is,. the certainly as did this man of the text,
. Find but the ashes fell Gatht Col a of terrific lunacy their *-horribly -
\ reason that this man thought that of ambition's flame. upon my ear. and say wonder if thisis not the warrior,' the technicalities of religion to 1 o the f ooLe& .u .
i The first of mind overwhelmingly playing ?
E. Cooley in the Comet. 'Thompson! I called; and the sure symptom a in King David? It looks like Is not this them stop their salvation. David was wise about .
Once I to thatthosi .
those who bought the church did h more say you men play
not health is rest of heart and felt '
burly boatwain's mate came towardme pleasure whom they make poetry, a great many things, hut hh ctt ngup in the who while they admit the ,.
i have sufficient aesthetic taste to prevent the easy roll of a seaman, andtouching at home.If ad whom they composed a.dc the text for a little while ,eclipsed t1ar- ness fo religion.set It down for- rt .

. their tearing down the tower. Hence "STOP THE slurs" his cap, said- persons would take more trouble 6 that the maidens of the eltt r acter. And I know wise men and great : tendance. 'Dp: you know how m t tte"at ,
on one foot and nsed. for other. stations
now on ( to competent who are
: about -- 'Did ye want me, Mr. Brown? i" about living, they would be less troubled sing 'Saul has a word "now"occurs in the ? t .' {
: hckeep for hlmsel twenty squire : slain his thou : but acting a silly rm.l foolish part in Imndred of shortest ,. ,,.." ,--
:t: .I.twas a darkmoonless Everything right the watch when dying. David h slain hi tn of thousari&s Ye to technicalities of religion. tis, Oe t the in
feet of land on which the tower built night, in the awake'Tasked. it rr the o :"}.t
i middle of December The their I i lke avd. It mut b ask us acme question? whichwe meaning and ramifications: r _
and the never enjoy -
: and deeds all the rest of the land with wind was in, the rising 'Ye, sir; but it's pitch dark and so generous much as when others are possession made David I i Davd" to escape rnnot into answer (:t2onraly. ana Bible say is the best time to repent? .NoW ..
rigging and be He said a guffaw, thoughit
whistling -
I we can't five had. demente. s bur bro : When does the Bible that God win forgive
the church building to the new see yards ahead. Jim Dix- say
congre piping amongihe taut shrouds of the partakers of them. lmlf: "If I then of is of mor us than it ought ? say is the 'only ._ _

, gation. _ _. steamship Sardinian, as she plunged on's" foi'ard' If temperance prevails, then educationcan course thee people wi not injure me. No to be to them. Aboi* the Atonement about safe t Now.endoGo t of tle'lnl ; -U
through the Atlantic 'Take a look round yourself,' I ic- one would lie s of a coward as to assault God's dep about man's destiny, they aka Now. But that "Now" melts

'?," One of the strangest of religious sct for surge homeward plied. prevail must: if temperance. fails. then a man" So/one day while these great many quest ions which we cannot easily AS a wor in the evening rain a '.. p

; Iivernool education fail a David with increased ancCr. and s they deride us. a though we is the 'Jnow"of the last Itha'nownof 1 _
that which calls itself the New and "While the year
is mate was the terrified Wher dm
decks -
. ". were silent and deserted gone, The world estimates man by successin suspicion, they see him standing by the door could not ask them a thousand queton that the dead the _
IIous of Is'nel. Its save for the feeling seemed to leave me and in running his hands and down they cannot answer, 'Ja' montl
Later : headquarters figure of the officer life and consent is meaningles&ly up abut thir eyes "novr"of the dea i of last week? of
by success
on watch its place an indefinable and hazy but general the panels-scrabbling the door as thoughhe about their ears, finger te
: are in Chatham, England, in which town pacing suddenly up and down evidence of superiority.We would climb o about tho dtead of yesterday? .Time pick it -
mouth wide nails everything. A fool can
before the wheelhouse powerful impression gained upon me thatI up open, in itsbeak and flew with
and up
;. ; its devotees are building an immense of saloon a little group must do something; but what I could I \ complain that life is short, and drooling like an infant. I suppose 'ask a question that a wise man cannot menlam and other naturalists away it.us.w-
passenger clustered under the the of the te
which will cost $2 000. not make yet throw much of it and are boys sret threw mie answer. O. you caviUinpr men! O, von profound are insects which within the of
.. 2 temple 0. They lee of the starboard lifeboat on the quar} out. You have no idea J we away at him; but the people of men! O. you 1.nmel men, il-t t11n minute are born fulfil their mission space cele. .- _

believe that they will not die, and that ter-deck. There was some half-dozen of of the awful agony I was in, and how 1 weary of many of its parts. said: "This i not fa. Do:you not see that admit something. You hv. a snUr Ye their and. die; but this '

the remnant of true Israelites us in all. Two fair Canadians their strove to find out what it was that I now There is no possibility of too much he has lost ron Do not touch thismadman. Will it live for ever? Yes. ? You say brat "now,'1ttia1 short-lived won
g they are to on impelled to do. My brain seemed culture. The is Had hands off!'" So David that Jesus Christ fa not a Divine Saviour. It is flash i mor ta'
on glance.
way spend the holiday in the -old fet more striving there a ,a a It
:11 who will reign with Christ for a thousand escaped; an exhibition he made ofhlmelf Who is Ier Whero will you go after its catch it c
throbbed men
country my temples though they after perfection the more nearly is that I
a of
; ; couple joung "subs., a before all the ages I There was a majesty you law b.oks. nn-l your 'Jve. Millions of a
1 Tear. heir founder was a man coming home on leave from their regiment would burt, and a strange buzzing state secured.Let i Kg Lear's madness after Regan and medical prescriptions, Ind your club room, lost their soul cuth because tb

:'4 named Jcricl, who is now dead. His in Halifax; and one other careless sounded my cars. I felt as if I was going no knowledge satisfy but tint : dughtr had persuaded him to and your newspl office-where will understand imo and 1 tb

pleasure seeker like mad, and the thought of the great world which' banish \ordeli and all the von go to You body will be six ity of that one word.&Ml the sera
4 death was a great sho.k to the believer my.-clf, returning which lifts above the friends of the drama thrilled with feet under ground. will
from ship in charge of a madman on the hn\e 'Yher your of hell exert* i try?
; ?, but his wife claimed that it was a visit to the I'arVest.. We had bridge Hashed wild weans from the world, which makes the that spectacular. craziness of Meg Mer- soul be? Tho black C 'lt will be t-tT. th) from the a and emphasis? i
A feeling energy
< been.whing away the evening by across me. ,world a footstool. rilies was weird and imposing, and the most shroud on. Those spectacles will be removed They itTs ,

1 an accident, and declared herself to be telling! stories, until that it would be better to throw my- A true man never frets ab ut his place' telling passage" in Walter Scott's "Guy Man- from your vision, for the sod will press your while there say is a only better a wot"word/ ..
his the self overboard crept into my soul, and I nering. There was a fascination about the evelids. Have you any idea that an earthly "to-morrow. ?
succssor. quartermaster striking five Lells I They .
10:30 o'clock believe I did make step over to the in the world, but just slides into it by insanity of Alexander Cruden, who made the almanac describes the ye'r of your lietimlOf small word and takej'saj.that
The between -warned us that lights 1 the gravitation of his nature and swings best concordance of the Bible that the world what I gather the
phylloxera side "
impartial would soon have to be out. whejj a.ray of light broke in uponme. stuf shal matrit fOl one; and B men sac "GIvslr
I put there ever saw-made it between the the that "
as easily as a star.
France and Germany.: After having Not feeling inclined to turn in, I bade The turmoi in my brain grew sti The of without Some time ago while I was visiting mdhouses the in- your eternal home? Shall dprb hi and those take two away worda fromirf "ow ppian ____
and a said acquisition learning w
wrought ruin in the vineyards of the my merry companions good-night, distinctly in my sane asylum on Blackwell's Islanda demented iron chain or amaranthine glrtnnl and a great J ,. t ,,,--_ _
> watched them 'Stop the ship! study is like the acquisition of wealth woman came up me and said, most The air that stirs the besweatcd locks your and ,_ _
t i
down the jostling
i former' country it has recently attacked and laughingly then turned companionway "I looked round sharply left and right, without labor. It is as necessary for the tragic style: dying piow. will i come off a gren or adert on swifter aw -h j,," _

t i tho:e' along the Rhine. Commercial chat with,the aft to have but there was not a creature on the bridge mechanic to study out his problem whenit "God moves IB a mysterious way, the puzzling and would you Wl1r --
a second
, ; Agent. II. ifmith, of Hayence, ollicer who was except myself. I leaned over and looked comes to him to be studied as it is for His wonders to perform; momentous qUeton' Quit the small house? For how _
report keeping the deck-watch. questions and try In-
l He plants footsteps in the seaAnd thes queion' the most
down him to finish his task his handicraft. Hi dange _
. onto the deck, but it was deserted, by stead of discussingvhcth
to the State Department that a careful "You seem to have had a pleasant time upon the storm. snt and wave your caf
silent and dark. I aloft in Eden was figurathwr
under the boat there he sad: after even glanced But there was nothing grand, nothing .o iitera could induce me to<
: investigation of the Rhine and Moselle a but of whether the Mediterranean &sn _
\1 few remarks upon the look of the course saw nothing there except Homing Pigeons. weird, nothing majestic, nothing sublime did not swallow the reerh'prophet o, to-dav with one foot -' _
I vineyards has been made by the government gaunt yards and the slender braces and about this simulation on the of David. and the other foot UT -
weather and the I par .whether this and that, and the lr thing fa
q it
speed we were run will put dowJH
The writes New York you
i' lifts. public, a correspondent Instead of trusting in the he had on
; with view to the of and discifee.ono
a extirpation at."Yes. right or come the bo
: ning ef the Timer is but little other occasions, he gathers before him wronl question twe you |
Troy a a
I rid of f
: the pet As a result the infected regions and we ended up with a ghost 'All right fore and aft, sir, cameThompson's aware of the wide and increasing attention audience of all generations that were to cme.va win heaven: ?" That is get the>question my sf yon.and metic neath you plummet win __ __
story, which Mr. urton told about his i voice and his dusky form and standing on that stag*|)f history eacat.no
;. have been ascertained and the ravages of devoted to homing pigeons, and cnsicou Yea, there have been men who have aotuajly And tell
loomed of the shadow. in
out the
old seeing the of her presence age he impersonates lost their souls because there
, : the insect materially) lessened. In 18S5, husband grandmother figure I 'What order did the Captain give hence a brief paragraph on the subject the slavering idiot! "And he between they thought Moses and man has a new heart1heaven ,.
standing her was a '
beckoning ear- diViepincy and of
some i
; you
be There several
I. .' are changed his behavior beforethemandfeime i
3 diseased vines were discovered; in nstly away from 1 terra walk which; just before you came up?' I asked. Not may societies acceptble.or (as they nre himself mad in their hands, and scrhbll'; at Professor Siimn-b\ Wki that new heart In Mexi r _

1886 but275. ran under brick fruit-wall in the that I for a moment thought that it was not untcraml < be light ground suddenly opens, and '
. a the door of the
\. tyfc: called thus and the ExecutiveCommittee gate, and let hi spittle fall the in
) engaged, rose- light appearing the _
his oice which I had heard, but I his beard." bCore near gap can see dow
:: ; -thinks; -is evident grounds. She followed him.nnd f-carcc-: of the New York pigeon lly- upon -ers three of Genesis, and the sun appearingnot tance. But ,at you
. The Cultivator it very wanted to see if the boatswain's mate the behavior of David as a OUfoy -
ly she out of before it Taking until sixteen and because do _
. got verso they wor'Tiow- -yc
danger held suggetion should of the lost
ers recently an important meeting.One I wish _____. open. cha
to tell how of _
had noticed
4 that the cattle-ranch business has fell with a crash just she had been anything. you many not know how the moon rotd' s tand still. ( back and hold
of the objects is to form a congress and the brave, and the regal sometimes play < out th
,:i beenoverdone, especially in those spec- walking but half a moment before. His turned" 'Onler in.', sir ? 'Vy the cap'cn be of pigeon fyer and a constitution and the fool. And in the first place I remark.thatthose without they upsetting had decided the unveJ theory and because ot.> h- 'Go sve. me now. I nof I -

\;. uLtive enterprise i which did their prin. friend, Wyvi. made fun of it all, and by-laws prepared for the next men a badly play the fool as this man natural selection. A Gorman philosuDher r-, my brother In the '.
then 'But did not hear of the text, who in crisis of life take their ve
got a hot discussion uponwarnings you some one say 'annual meeting. In thereis any in dying had for his chief sorrow that he of
Philadelphia us
cipal.business on paper and in the banking the to the _case out of the hand of God. David, in had not devoted his whole life'to the of I May
and thi
second sight and the rest "Stop ship, just as you got an extensive association called the study LI may live a shorter
case though
.-1:: houses (If the East. Vast sums of of it."" ladder foot?' "United Fanciers of Pigeon Flying.'' lift ate a of the predicament.were no What a the dative ("s 0, when your immortalityis tiii -,, life is so dhort that .-

' ;.I' money have been lost ia Europe, as well "And do you believe in such things?" 'No, sir, that Il tako my davy Another association has been formed in contrast; between hi behavior, when this in peril, my, whv dear quibble brother.? Quit In the name nonessentials of- I f eeFwJII TnWllTt HiTfthe' -'of the of.great I _
future. .
:'4 ; as in this country, in these inflatedschemes cot a bit" I an'wered. promptly. on. I Boston, and others are now expected in brave ten feet little in man and up in front of the giant God, I ask you in regard to these matters of cannot undo the spa Will your G, ., .

We know of one firm in this "Such things, as you call themnever, appear 'Very we1 you may go, but mind various parts of the country- The use said: height. to mo looking with it his face and I the immortal soul, that you do not play the from this life cenc rng- a falling?

i' to cool-ncrved people in every-day you keep a lookout.' of carrier pigeons is of great antquiy. with a spear eomet, and with a sworT I fool.What The righteous go up. help :. -

c4. city that has charged: 0! to profit and life, but only to timid, scared, and ner- 'Ay, ay, sir!" and the man moved being mentioned by Anacreon, coma to the i tho name ; of the Green, New is that York man? Well doing, he over going in Bowling in fora doors them.of Ministering Paradise spirits receive meet them." -
:,.} loss account upward cf $1,003,000( sunk vous persons. away. 2,800 years ago. and Tasso also bring Lord of Go of the armies ticket for a transatlantic voyage.i Ho is Oh, op t thing them it is to die
up up
f in a most promising cattle-ranch invest- "I don't know that. I am not particularly 'I felt inclined to laugh at myself for them into the defenseiof Jerusalem. The of Isael whom deliver thou ht defe. handand This day quarrelling with the clerk abut the spots with a strong faith in God, lk that which. 5,;

nervous, I fancy; and yet a queer when ordinary time made.by those birds is 1.rl the the red spots on the ticket- fa quarrelling Stonewall Jackson had, expiring; 'I'
: ment. Of course, there is money in legitimate an old woman, a chilly feeling I will smite thee, and take thine head from about the signlture of the President I i hi .
thing happened to me aboard this ship and thirty miles an hour but instances are on thee and I: will peculiar moments, he said: "Let W ove the
the the
. ,. crept once more upon me, something give carcasses of
- ho of the and ba is
but the steamship company, and lie down the .I Butt .
cattle specula-
J raising, not long and he turned to uder
,, very ago, within me this time earnestly said: record of thrice that rate. The culture of the Philistines this day unto the quarrelling the manner of the clerk rver. this world is -

. Vive enterprises stimulated by a few suc- glance at the swinging compass at the 'Stop the ship!I" of homing pigeons is J now (a some sayj the air, and to the wild ba the earth, who hands abut the ticket How long le-falling from unpreparedly falling from;

;; ccssS have proved the ruin of many, and mizzen crosstrees. "I you care to hear "I shook the feeling off, however, and only beginning, and far greater attainments that God a the Israel"earth-between may time there and is this a has he been standing the Three week hope, falling from G, falling from ,

4, about it, I'll spin you the yarn-unless determined to give way no longer to I are expected by American fan. time, when he debased tat and bedraggled Meanwhile, prhap twenty heaven-swiftly falling, wildly fa1nJ .- .
; entailed serious lo >es upon a still greater wa-itto turn in.'.' I I him gone out of I hrh shriek of the for ever failing. So it was with one !
you fancies. I and be- ciers. his manhood, and affected in
t4 number. morbid lighted a pipe, I insanity steam tug that the last vessel for his but who had
been eminent
So be his whilst the .. order that he cud h t
began story and fro from might escape from the grip of
gan to pace briskly to port that could him engagementin omitted all preparation for the future
A'painful incident. which recalls Edgar creaking of the spectre-looking spars to starboard and starboard to port. But, I His Pillow Forgot Him. the Gathites. In the one case he played the Lndo Still he stands in Bowling and had come dow his last hour. worJ slat .

aloft sounded like the moan of troubled all traces of fear and terror vanished hero. In the other case he played t.e feol Solo Grn the ticket. What do his wife seated by the bedside: 0,don't
entitled though disuing
: that Actor Fred War
sketch the
Toe's ( who in ,
thrilling night great
and the swihing of the water Every everyman cr you say man? You say it is the mind
spirits mejabout ,
I yet ever those words came ring- the Gladiator in "Galba he takes his case out of the hand The t tht. t pal; wO ''
"Premature Burial," reported from under the counter kept up a mournful I plays i life of Go he i a fol We i very way are many it the mind Of all the years
j ling jn my ear, and the faster I walked supposed to fall insensible in the most insignificant mn i this to the of the i lived minutefor
Saumur. A man who was afflicted rhythm as he spoke as follows: lat house fa too vast for matr my I never one
young more plainly I heard- i ac' He did fall thrillingly for two any hum souL They are caviling Atonement It awfully 'dark here," he whis-
with a contagious disease, suddenly "We left the Mersey the first week in 'Stop the ship! Stop the' ship! I at the Windsor. but after that the ment. Onatime,returning frm \Ve I the red spots on the ticket-about the heaven is awfully dark. I seem to stand
May bound for New York, with a full I night very easily got on the locomotive passIng character of the minister who hands pr I shall,
I hailed the watch 'All the slippery edge of a great
died, at lcis t, to all appearances hip-saloon and stecn jc both ciowdcdand "Again : j act lost a good deal of its realism. On over the plains and talked with the engineer the ticket-about whether it has a fall I I fallinzl" And with g .
. right forward. ? Can you see anything ; the second he foil with a thud that : but coming on toward the Alleghany human and a a .
and his burial was rdcrcd to take place made rim for she is a night Divine or signature, meanwhile when a man tumbles over a precipice he ex -
a quick '
ahead? and I peered out into darkness sounded over the theatre, and there Mountinq. I thought I would like to sit on all their opportunities for heavenare Wise for this about all the '

.; 1. as soon as possible. The undertaker'smen fast boat, and the captain never gives I, round. the. was a al outburst ot applause. Then locmotive as it came dow from the I sailing out of the harbor, and I hear tel pired.ters of his worJ was, his life mt, .

who carried the coffin to the gavc: her a chance of getting far off a straight mountains amidst that mot wonderu tap of the bell announcing their ls playing imor sn
- I 'All clear for'ard but we can't see I.I.I the audience was amazed to hear the scenery on this continent. I for heaven. Go aboard! Do foLI -

,,' thought that they beard: a noise like course."We were five days out, and that more than ten yards,' sang out Thompson -, anathema "You savage!" proceed in gineer if I might ride, but he courteously denied chc any more time i higglftig and carping, building will take to-day the and case ask of you some oe 'I th

i4 knocking under its lid, yet, being afraid evening some of the gentlemen had got I sullenly."So loud tones from the prostrate Gladiator. me for and there the grade that is so he steep must, ads and criticising, and ondern and, in the aLout that case. He has been all h yo life ai -

more I began my measured The next day Actor Warde }played the windig. s prlou presence of an playing the and churches, so that h
. I of creating a panic among the people who up a concert, whith was a great success, any one on who may : Bible offered do all for :
but louder and louder came the with broken cad and felt fot duty. Christ to -
tramp, a very divert ha th
part attention when and hand and
and seemed in high spirits at hi eye, st'tl further and to,
went with go say you thO Savior offer to
everybody that Divine
I attended the funeral, they on command in tones of frantic: entreaty gingerly.It foot, brain must be concentred,ready for the fool who undertake tht out man a can
of the on men play pay souL Heaven has been offered
their burden. The coffin was duly the prospect quickest this passage before the "Stop the ship! Stop the ship!' is the duty of a subordinate to stand the most sudden emergency. Well,my friends, eternity for time. How little tare do we bestow a him dying, been pushed upon him, and yet he

placed in the grave, but, as the earth record.Arizona Alaska Of course and Etruria was had aston- "I was no use striving longer; I felt behind the crowd of Roman soldiers life sudden is s steep, and s prlou.and but so the exposedto Lord upon the railroad depotwhere we stop has not yea accepted it, to-day he sits deliberately -
potent influence force me to the en- on'the stage nud catch the actor. srre twenty mut t dine. We dash in and we allowing for life to go .
was being thrown uron it, unmistakable ished the world by the wondrous smart han- Almighty cn and engineer it, and our dash do not examine the from him. chc of that
gine-room telegraph. I seized the Tne second night of the engagement the disasters come from the that we want ou agiVe away you say 3
made. I relievedMr. the face "
which have far t nor "Monoma-
sounds of knocking were heard by every runs they and for moment as I had him or was budng ; one? "Hauciat says one;
4 bells and took the dle, a paused subordinate forgotten get up and help the t manage the tan of the our hunger, niacal *
four cterr.Ve supply says
Jones at ;
i body. The Mayor, however,.had to be to him as he turnedto thought of the confusion and alarm behind schedule time, and the actor hit Keep off the engine! B willing '. to let God we pay our money, we put on our another.says Oh aother, how UPygtefoi .

) :- sent for before the coffin could be opened, brdge: remarking the ladder that felt uncommonly I which I was aboijt/ to cause, and how an- the stage with an emphasis that was entirely pull you where He pU you. You hat and take our place in the train. What. Is just that There is such a thing a ./
go down I at realistic for his self-control. have no right for an instant to surrender your the place for pto which one '
the be too .e12t wit disposes
sleeping a
-t. gry captin.would my cmpre __ f___.A'tlita t
in the for the time of I and David .
and some delay occurred cold year. daring to do a his New York Sun. sanity manhood. as surrenderedhis.rut wmen we are iuy u.v... .a destroy ;but who wouia

of that efficial. When the lid was removed 'It's leaving a warm cabin makes you I orders. The next instant I rang wIhout: 'Easy ;your and trust in o. ana ne'Wl taite much you word i only a stopping place'and on the how way t thought buiding wa t a pyromania of the .'
i feel it'he said wishing me pleasant through over moutis. very yet many immortal nature, and that any one could b
the horrible discovery was made moment 1 I ahead.' I felt the engine's throb moreI The Sunday Fisherman.This suspect that all enterprises of us sit dow though we consummated struck through with that t
9 died watch, and the next was up slowly. Yet again I heard, almost mad- that were ever carried on,and all the sct8 though we had come to a final s desire and disposition ity.a
that had ou 8 have
the inmate just a
'J unfortunate there alone. I llv man above,on flshlnz bent ful lives that have ever been lived, hve ,. jue; pnr stopping here fa A cmptbj soul! t cne /
fl from and One Sabbath morning left hi tent fully surrendered to God. When our>.jtoppinz men the -
*, asphyxia a pitch-dark night, a dl a f Awake man! woman!
H."I.wa.. K1..,n1rnnca ", to wran. 'Stop the ship! The Tent A Victoria was awakened In the night.'and 'tOY-1e1vLbcirIyeU,.the onhreth phantasta, real aw Take Cr. -- .
1 CIIV1 UIU IVIAVJO y pmpr -- --1- ] without further hesitation that the throne of Great 1 afe
The extensive scale on which the business 1\A There And a moments Brt wl wt o(. Escape for eternity.
stern. was s wht
made the ship from stern to I rang "Stop, the throb- He took his can.and very quicklie she said t the Prelate ; -EwtUn for Lift the thorny cap from the -

.f of canning tomatoes is done is no wind and the sea was quiet, the still ceased entirely. I heard son exclamations tluz hil fifth worms with a pick your prayers,"and then and th they.* r .I dOle brow of Jesus you., and see the pncetht was paid .
; apparent in the .-1UiMG'OW'. The ness only broken by the dull, regular of surprise from the There The Pick, I.The Worm, co COIn dow and prayed. Do I .. :Wonld Venice fo your liberation. Look side, and .
of the engines as they fok'sel tough all the. ,. mschool- where the went in and moved round '
total of great sea spear
,: tomato pack of 188G reached a throbbing was a rare commotion on as the ca . of two dozen tins tach, steadily drove her alfcng. I glanced captain rushed up the ladder in anxious lie took along bis landing net. her.r the.day --. -b? ,than and run in artre for '

2,363,760 cases ahead and could barely: distinguish the haste, but before he could reach my side, The Landing Net, t a ; coun CWs'eternity fo ? forh,wrap those bare and mutilated
sltie your
: being 929,754 cacs ahead of the 1883: watch forward and then I turned aft the resistless power had overcome me As flghprmen get hungry, too sun, Eng _ *.iO1 Ja'daIi'I_ re who are say- feet si dying Lord in yor womanly lap .

: pack and about up to the average annual and saw the dim form of the officer in again an 1 I rang down speed Of i>rrt7els he procured few.. that hat hefeelalhis ; ? cast, eimud--orW1dollars' for they were torn in a tramp for your .

pack for the three years of 1833-83, charge of the deck leaning against the aster." .ul The Pretzels, y y if f That sv _._______ __ 1. ;'rw.J su!of 0, for tears! 0 to, for weep a over th her J t ,

: 1883 the port door of the wheel-house. I Islowly 'In heaven's name, what's the mat. trust in will through ins-_u qI C .
k which was 2,132: ,!.121) cses. and I began to. pace i Some lines he took along on ppoola .while G. g gatherundiar t worship Hi Ofor an omnipotent impulse '
In 1835 "All was right, ter, Brown?' I heard the astonished captain To teach them to the finny tchpols.The. tho atmp t ,: -_ strong enough to throw this whole audience ,-
= side to and elaborate the future.
supply 3,000,000 caces. the bridge from own supervision -anti WC.VK crucified and risen
reache across to feet of a .
p as the mighty screw began H-1 HH H-l down at
the ck less thau that of side the white gleam of the say Spools nfai of their let are.miserably playing the I [jtainsored, I takejther.me Jesus! We must We. must -
watching a
p was one-hal race astern, and forcibly pull up, a i foL stood _beacHjrlooking off upon g .! about ret. I cannot consent '
raced books .
it ITohid entertaining must
some believe. We .
i 1883, and G87l7 ca-es below that of phosphorescent water a past were, the great ship, which still forged or highly-tempered Limerick hooks.The the sea;and there was a sngwd blowing, your religion. Uengr an the two worlds '. to have b your sve Come with -
and trailed away into the dark expanse and I noticed that some were this aM tte next* r have you sou
ahead. going before me- one down
1884. The of those two years gently and in the summer go
shortages remember thinking whata look! J -J J that and other vessels from and me, as '
I behind us. I way were going chosen this. Go away me G the beat'hand bathe in thewaters, to
ad the failure to bring the supply of I nutshell this powerful ship was there I I "Before I could answer, or even glancj boat aothEr. I said to myself: "How fa it that angels, and thoughts of the ; to dayietnsjoinhandsandW5ded01i1t0thesummery 8 .
around loud shout from the lookouton And thns prepared,he got bit the wind sends one vessel one and a and Cleopatra; and .-
Croesus Roll
this to'the maximum yield of the boundless ocean, and I did float. i don B'lt'wher of God's
of the stream I
midst: out
k1 year in the upon I foven&
up betweenthe the bows: 'An iceberg right on us! Anc another vessel i aothr dionf fod JEsopus, had one dish of food that cost tides of over /
1834 have been productive of good in how but a thin plate of iron was was followed by a slight shock and a The Boat, C3 ont by looking, wa way one million fourhundredthO1isand1011' ;a over us! u Lord, we knock at the door gt

that Uiey have sent all the old packed hundreds of souls now sleeping help j quiver and rattle as we ran stem on to Some bites be straight began to gt had the sails set. And s does trouble Lentulus, who h a pound of fish dollars mercy, not a the demented Knock, not .
below decks and the graves come on this world Some men it drives into and thousand ; what theywantbutknocking at the
the sallmlpper
less knowing
goods Two million tin thc towering monster. What our fate I"& bit the of ,and other men it drivedf hndrc svent-fve seat for
a t consumption. of fathoms down among all The Gallinlppert, XXiXiXi hbr heven ad Snr a cut door of bcu we want t come in. -
cases of than the annual &n(1 that live in the sunless would have been had we been steaming on rk depends upon the way you million dollars Tbnwho while merc up .
4 tomatoes are less creatures out of musing ;(: at full speed, you may, guess; instead of One of his lines spun off the reel. have you ss set. All the Atlantic and left at death a fortune of one hue and dow r thir meg the gate, -

-I requirements of the United States depths. I was roused my |carrying home to-night the old Sardinian lie landed the boat an eeL Pacific oceans of surging sorrow cannot slnz and eighteen one in the pel3, and men, and .
had you mo I prnc i'
who a
: 2,500,000 cases. by the voice of the captain, ', would- be lying fathoms deep. I The Eel, U a soul that has asked for G's piofe The twenty ? Where are they and devils, playing the foot ,
.whc placed nt fully he dust that .
a come up to sec If al1as right, a would have added one more I difficulty fa, that when hve more If a windy day should blow a the would __i r- 11oj:1
of loss
;? spring of 1887 will see the stork generally did during the and her sea.1 ; Then quickly It began to rain, of any kind, we put them a isleftofthemlntoyoflr eye it friends; nome '... ". ,
the :
? throughout the United States for he was always alive to the to the mysteries of But. bU umbrella was in vin .they stay there a little while; and then w yon winktwlcel '

l mt night he had valuable ship and pre- i There was a dead silence a the speaker The Umbrella, TA'biebin and get them again,a bring them bak.A 'r yo co of .surrounding You can MRS.PUI.ITZEB, wife of the proprie'r
time'lor a
than it has been at any I ended and we puffed our pipes thoughtfully vessel comes foreign cot keep
.7 BIZ* this season cious lives under his care, and nothing few moments he bead the thunder crashed comes i the harbor pr A him with music,or dazzle h wit .tor of the World, i OW en'a '
had for s
,. 1 Packers have ever made him forget it. I have heard a 0 'unti And,I around the lightning flashed. pilotfloating. 'abut It thepi. plate, or decoy him wt pictures, o one of the handsome women otNe 0 .

; a rising market something they have .whQ pressedhim added The'Lightmnjr, on.boardand him with your S
looking The him say to some them gentlemen in a bottle of cham- r "That is a queer yarn, I know, and if "- : .says Te'piot. Capti cme you have had a What is the use of your struggling for thtwhh York. She was a Miss Ja"i;of Geg -
forward for
to As
years. to join long you
r k the speedy arrival of you can explain it so much the better. The storm blew,and the boat upset, stnrmypas.sage. dow and sleep; and I yo cannot k and education 1 for town, D.'C., and i distantly,et t. "
.to celebrate rood
_ i .of the year has been profitable pagne to coast I I1 have often to do so to myself, That man went down into the wet wfll take the \e1 into New York harbor. ad children and the Jeff She is of a'generous d .
: and men
the yourselves your
N his3 vessel off "Am
begins Dav. .
( good The crop was ;. for the cannot. I believe some unseen spiritwas The Upturned Boat, c :.fruwl1 tle Cap thn Yo -
pker. a' 4! am much obliged to you but that i to ? I for Cti get b stfe wear .position, and lat. brstmasg&TelO00 ".; .

.v bin in Nw.Jersey, good inf2ew kindness which prompts the requestbuttreare sent t save those helpless soul And at be tank the bubbles toward rose the close., guess go up and s." S he comes to the wor out for that let cannot sat worth of clothing to' thE>prin ftto ;. .'-
of all the reasons smaller and smaller "Don't that rock? *
York not and night, in spite .1 pilot-and says: .
but yo 1
UPtoezpgj0 land
Chioand Canada crows'
of fee.0"
nearing Whole :
cool head anda 1. which scientific men find for the existence I The Babbles, 0 0 0 0 i Don'tvou see those headlands? Yon w isfy. fo y-t
in :Maryland or the West* ll others, I must keen a and own.' of such things, and I know" that -Tf I wreck'ilia shin Let me lav hold the helm your temple?. cheeks feefore t.e TcbOfheW' -

4'! !8Uttt t where i was very irelul r. clear eye for';ou sake my- ". f. ';. '

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State I changes of the in Qne of the handsomest TAR CorxTY.Fi.oviinv.Y. Goods Store ; 4

EdItorsandPjetor : .' STVI-KI. :' llmoFoun Palace; Dry :
/V 4 General, but .VB.STKArToK TITLE anti heal Es-

o! the and in .
StarkePraiJkh. 6, 1887. pecial! nature places tntp II\a' :plc.i1)"stl'ts showin C'VIr'leedIoitgig I
it affectr ) flli
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? 1111" I.bl oud alfte OeG.P. [ between : : l" IicI.nil all 1all'I'IIf I Pul.licIkt'onll !
.- I'JIr & 01'1 lfe Ad. holding j situated on t a Hl'al Es- -
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OIl a. wlaeN I tIle 1ulTecting I I ---o.44imcftc
; ; "< :. 1 JCK. l' their origin ate in iBrn.lf.ml CIHlty. Florida, up to )

-. New York's latest, form of barity is ftrincaV continue : : brains of new- of the date! of Abst i-act. nnti i"
the bank nU'll r1
days, E
which isP.servtd for a penny It for i
.: must be "a little for cent." gent, Congress and crintlng the: Liverpool & London. ;
one a (&OOt1Sf: p
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aril co-sip of Globe Co.
'C; Jacksonville is to I have: a public build are ite beautiful I

;':jfF Jog, butjthe.does nut.know where to lo- in abuul.II.. J. T. WH.US.Attorney White Goods, Lacos, liBev7.

: ::.:: e.it. : O' LAKE. ..
. certain KINGSLEY .
__ _ _
: he ,
\ ;;*&. The first cOPY;!f Arcadian, publishcdSftXrcadia )

is before us, it is a neat cross. A large two story STAnivE, FLA. AND FINE CLOTHING. 0r

.. ? ',' 'newiy sheet and .ileM-rves a liberal patronage to give C. T. U. : -
,D. W. J). tfoully, publisher..Dak9ta'now practical Will practice! 'i t! C.irU i Q* 4t&n* StBladlcul f; .

veils pr .11 room house, licuil. --
comes in f her slurs of -
> ,
I (11
the i, itfri has; ovcrllnweda J \. I :u. W. H. RIVERS

ill I.. great deal of dam-! R. A, ; : IMitr'lS. barn good vater, IJJlU.I !
4. Cant
r *p;: ;.. ijas a : DEALER IN'DPY :
-. Hell.
Jt 'deal I of curlouslty t about clay su I F. J. FSELD
; night. bearing orange
treat I-u 75 Pensacola and Atlantic Rairoad -
butthere is no longer
Ix. like tears, In Starke and Istetidy
: any pelFloridians.! Inh'r st.il1; him among most. ) to II now do "Il rth.t prman1hly k\nrl.I'lut riu ,, K.linll: urftwa'rrauted. CTi'a'r AND Taking effect Aug 24th. 1884Ar
". not : butt; ,ierrect
I- J.' fears; 50 bearing pear. nagi'. hood work and.u.rcUa rnarlntped GROCERIES: Le8j5prn..Cincinnati..6,35amAra.. ., .
feed. modcrate- m..Louisvihle..2,2Oarn ;
Emperor William celebrated his 91st the Charee by the dST or contact.tllimlJlo a' ,25am..Nashvi1l ..7,15pmu .
;1. birth day in Berlin on: the 21st. Crowds have a weeping, peach -.--- -- ,- Starke Florida.TATE 5. ). p Birmingham,.11,05am ,
300 bearing -- --" .
z of pewple surrounded {the Impelial palace und r : ,?: lay Edge No. 1O I. 9,20 p m..Montgomery...6,55am" !

1 .. all day, and-it seemed: &3 if all Germany the kind heart: ... A_ .I -lay O.I O.illicit F. :Meets"t <>,M every Kt-IIows'}'riI. POWELL, ff. D.> LeLI5pni..houston..6,4OamA" (6,2; p nu. ..New Orleans..10,10am" 1.' .

bad turned out to rejoice. A ell, persimmons !M.-ill. Transient: roihi-rs 'a '
1l.50a m..3Iobile.
T4s plums, ----4-1fr i eonli.illimittnl: : Aftei an experience of twenty years in
the woilh hell! L C. iiI-Lt. K. S.' t.altII. the practice of his profession has no hesitancy East. ) ( Going West.GULFROUTE. .
. :- r: be time has come.when papers: arc ; 1118.SI'crl.t .'JATI.XTW
-, ; n' :,0\11'( I JI'all in promising the latc t, ;and! most [ {
i to uominatehe next president. return .
. .. figs scientific treatment to thove asking his EXJ ( GULF EX
ti We'prefer'to.w Jta&ut. listen. till.Uie time be from ( ) i sorrow. grapes, ., A.II-ulr..1. !{"- .I.due v'rituuitui.i.ati.iiss.-e'ntI No.12 I'. and st-rv a-es. 5. a m Le..Pensacolii..Ar 11,00 p m

,3. ,: .comet. then looJi Out4 vveryo._ '. because !, ''P(. ai.it: t:>m. ;Sntunlajs! in wu-li nil'tutu.,1S Calls to the country promptly[ attended. 5, 5tni. : .. .. .. Milton. ....10,08pm

our- man wifl beware t ."?kI.. the } morrow; walnuts V.\ U. UfNTFB.: SeCttt'S. '. J. :M. JohNs Vv". jr.nu"i Diseases of females and children .1 t-petial- 6.;;.) a ni. ...Chattinst. .. 0,20 pin

Ji -.--r- the (' pecans, ___ __ _,__----- I tv.. 7,5-1 a rn... .Lake teFufnillk. .S.lS pm
... President ( TcTana seem .J& have a : Office at Kellt.\ Ding Store, or at hn 8,02 :a m. ... .Argyle. ... 8,10 pm8h
tity of [ wceking. >. n R ) E:{H? or HETIMIJK ) MEN.Oscr. East Starke.: 1- 1\ m... .. .
1e bard time tv find RuiUilte! man.to *iill the and I residence in Caryville 7,32pm

) : newer still. almunds ..\ r\o. 1 9,1I'atn .Chipley. ...7, pm
of Int r.Stlife' Commerce Com ,
position Milieu lull Firekindled! each: \'I'llw Fr.\-CIUnCi\\ 0,5.111: in .:Marianna.. .. ..6, pm
'. missloncr.. The salar/is too siiall for- : at their Wigwam. : l'l. 10,5:1: a m. .Hivcr Junction. 5. pm

li- good men and we want no otlicrs. again, well, many other fruit Tian-ien'! I Hrtthu"; cordially j invited to T. W. SWEAT I'. R. & N. Co.

hell! nttetnl. o.; O. 11YXKS=, 10,25pm. ..... Starke .. .2.47am ..
Do DQ let the idea of a puulia park die Sachem.Wiu.mi .
. I -DKALEHS) INInty Through Pullman Sleepers.
: L out. Who will he the first to take the trees at LA K;':,
Curry and nut liverJunction
to Pensacola mobile and
in one, Chief of Ue-ord -
.. : right sort of a}nove? The city of Starke the best I l G-OOTSf Xew Orleans.
f .
I Is large enoudi to have'klot. of land set while Lake View Lodge No.- 63 ('. .. .\A. :SI.K Through train of Palace day coaches between .

apart for 1htfm" of the public. Secure if ( that his own! half price. GALL 1 (.gular )iI eel ing- sl'I'ol.l and fourth Fancy :INcttion: s, Jacksonville: and I'enMicoIii. '

: it now while it can be bought cheap. I are sleeping, Saturilav ol'oaeb: in.intli 2 ('doc'!. & c. ..JUlH'tion1:1.., via Baldwin Tallahassee
.1jTL :BootsFANCY
. \\' Siiirr.niii:., CJIKSTUI: N'oSwretary. THFI', ,.1 0 'Jr J, and lYnsiicolsi.;

,. -:;. .1 had an egg two months'ago that was good know AT.THIS'OFFIGS."l.OOSS' I \ Mast' r. Groceries I Tickets on sale at all principal ticket
" : very large, and soft. Jel1elI broke il. have it > -------. --- --- ofticvs to till points west and northwest.F .

d it was filled with white, and inside galls .. XOTIC FOI prULICA'lIUX. _.._ lJt.vs lN S1'h.-( i C. SHEPARD
_. _. (! may: dwell L.\:;( ( : I \\ I 1). ClIITLEY. Gen. Pass. g.
-4. ; nother soft-hhelled egg. as perfect as collars : : : OTJTI n.\.t March 10th 1S8<1 ) _A_ri x i:_STOCK -01*- Gen. Stipt.

lide ahelL.*The inner one had a well, t f Compare this with your purchase: %1tiee is Ilen''Y'I'I; that: I the following I 1
: .
: 'igh srn&-Ex. feet of ; thought, n.ui'ed llh'I't (iis tl!;'ll notice of lila intciilion I READY-MADE CLtTHlNG --- ----- -- 1II

: : t make final pi oof in support ot I.
I I organize Board of Trade in ground his claim\, and (that saul I proof will 1 be I JUST Kit'iivji\:( i :
about (! -stand, 't
t ey( have them in all cities of ,.-'-,- 1rjj-'- made IltOl' 1 II. F. York Clerk Circuit STARK, rLOIUI : AI

tbe State. Tlij Board to as. their ( Com at Lali. But!'er Fh.: on Thursday; 1I
4 food, :I : land June 1HH7. vi/: Berry Giillitli, of LawteyFla : Tho lii-zhe- ipaikot urie* paid for- -
of the and
.rge. improvements giving : sleeping, .. H.! E. {.TI f.ilie( NwJ of t'c. 8 1 I ITp4S [Jountrv Pro.Iiifo- ,I ,"
Ii the cit nl '
> county. Againy H 21 1;. I .j,

;':_;- not wiNi it; Jir-d do l some only weeping lIe n.iir.es the following witnesses to 1.i,

;__ %_ .l- iejeopJBKpfcCt, to go to sleep up the our brothers, provehis t continuoiis rcMdcnce upon, and H. P. CULVER )

-. nd? find Starke .lie ( mother. cultivation t i of, mid land viz: I Al .\

_. a..' fcll. A. W. PreYal.; of Ihdlanll. Fla. ,,!
lambs Contractor and Bit ililer. .
-- Junes S. Uczier" of
good I T. B. Kozier, or Law ley, Fla. |)LANSand specification furnished
.s,' March 21.-Ed- J. W. B. W. A.Kedding. of .: .. _1.. short notice. Job work of all kinds I IE

whose l had DYSPEFSBA. attended to. l Jt '
an leg swine ,- t S. C. Tuckr-r. promptly .
'ia from an accident 17 Time March 19. ':7. t>t Hc is'er. t Cn Kuth torf t J WO ."
JLi to the a letter from I U. S. LandOtllte; I tiOKGK W. 3IAIJKENS, qnloklr Iba any other kxnra l
whom the expeti dust : I ..
transferring two teno Ga pro- --- ." 0

1 replace those severed o of prohibi Orange College, '-DEAI.KK EXCLUSIVELY IN- ':

1 W ( ) I that thc -44TARhiE FLA.{ .-
day able to walk with [ 1

-1 ;- o&ths since the operation : To the : space to Opens-Sojit. B;. isa. unit rontiiiueswith h.i, PURE LIQUORS0 .'. 'JI

-S. Wen allowed to exercise .' (their side! of (the iitou.ths_ ( vattttion t'hrLtmas t\lt'', ala. SeisS.s ogz br. .t.
It 3'r z.gtr.4 : % ''
... and li fa4-n rtnatara. A. a er ,
lit is the first successful opera- the high I TEACHERS. Proprietor Baltimore,MtL,V.a.A. i"
PRICES c.per; cent lower than .
RESTLESSNESS- Prof. O. I' Yctg. teacher of X-ituralPeifn: any _
:! 4'j-.! (lie kind in Ametica.-Morning a tight tn.1 the Xnni.I lit i rtiiu'iit. 1'iof. J. I. Hop- other house in the city. .
did not vo'e A THICTLY ki.j.- teacher of the Classics. HiglJT Mat)> rmat-
Nrws. to his FAULTLESS FAMILY KXDteiNt.AMD ii-s. &:. 1'rof. W. T. 'I'OttlS'fl, twicher of In ti-u- Country orders solicited. Price lists DR. BULL'S COUGH SYBtt
the : Ifitding properly '- pn-ntaiiinit! YIal nut-ic, ant! E'-.M-uti'Mi.: MisMarv -. .
.. I The-large number of< the state JJI. 81l1I.tl it 15. Brown, iearherin the iuternieiliate l>ejutiiifn upon application.
: : into Florida at pre.srtjj office: :. iiss Elicit Dana';. teacher. in ttie Agent for LEMP'S St. Louis Bottled For the cure Congbt Cole,HoaN ';
, ... business Ins L'riaiary Dfpartin:. eII Croup, Aatluna Bronchitis
A. ,
. of offering eicurs'tand gng would JA: ; g. Beer. yi-Weat By Street, :.
( anti that TUITION PER MONTH. I Irl Whoopio; Cough, ladpicat c.

summer days i and The moved from I the PHILADELPHIA.Price (illj1o: Inteiruurtiatu ?: lli: hrr 3; Col- caption, Bed for the 'null .f eoo
.. ., '.. find sonal ( I; II"i feS; 1't of inslrun.ent JackSOllvllle\la in dvmacd
; .4 ) visitirs will much iocrunlerest and of (the build ONE Dollar I .for raerier.'iti' tt-.; ''Il music Hcla-s nmptiT persona ttsfta
-- please,." But we hope no. pains will be that -- -' .-', Issun.f( ('('nt1ntutim H < 1 s U-SMUIS j cts; of tha Disease. For Sal fcy all Dg'igist& :.

: i. ., spared to turn the tide of travel in this feat liquor store Is _- noN. __z- Art ::J; .\1 tUiliol'JIJahlt mOlthi\ STARKE LIVERY STABLE. Price, 25 cents.

( former! barroom As you value health:, p-crnaps !i u"o, examine each BOARD -i '.
' : i direction uv the beginning of next season cure i I portion of package and b-sure you a? t the GcutiaSo! V\'iih thf rilncip' : i pH w -ek. j-avalil weekly) AND IntereMIn Kxperlcnce. .
:; .
to be thrre l Z Tra 1c-JiIa'k cmi the fill title not inlludin'Hli: and ironing.OOIHJ .
L: t (From the Catholic >h.'t .) i in all.I most t of on front Wrapper, and on the side lOI\'li"l tOut l>leasait. board very FEED AND SALE STABLES. Hiram Corner, on Furniture Dealer of :
1 From the Protestant jxnnl of view Mr. as I the Beat and signature of J. II. Zclllii & C1uii'iUIl'i'nt fa!Itilt.. ('ohiinltiis Q.I.. tells his experience. thus:
'." structuics. Co., as in the above (ic-simile. Remember there The sitnatr.l, and .si .il. i & .
bchoul I is
', true 'For three I have tried .
't i Beecher may be considered a great divine.From really tenantable 11 no other genaino Simmons Liver Regulator.NOTICE i, Iteiilt'iiij. 1'liSaltj years every remedy :" :
on the market for Stomach njul Kidney .'
:: any --- -- --- ,
'j" the Catholic point of view he is : vacant, t"'OIlCW Free school first four Kiun'lin (po-sil'lv five.) _AHJrSSv tfcA A3ST
Disorders but used
until I
FOR PUBl1ICYI'ION.JJA1) : ;. awl ( got no relief
people Tupils hinter! : an I f\'l'r at yeai-silold: routother
, considered divine at all but clever
no a "
1M prohibitkn. counties must pay regulai rates.. Electric: Bitters. Took five bottles and

. and eloquent man, who made use of i-dig- know ; by Mr. : On'ICI'.. _G.I'IJ..I. ,: ._:. ).- For f.it.iioime.*. and f. rlher p.u t'.culars I apply am now cured and think Electric Bitten.
tb: :i iou for social position and fame. that i 1' ."'1\.1'\11. w. lti?INotic'c -' ) (-) U. 1_. 'i OUXCi. 1'ii.iripal.to I the Hest Blood Purifier in the world."-

II. t, story. of the new n 'K.'(-.\ !in'1I1hat I : I lie follow- ". A be made. Cut this out re.1 Major A. B Reed."of West Liberty. Ky..
I From the New Orleans Picaj'uoe. pot to many; are being'i I ing-niined h-ttk-rha':; lilt l'll i'notice "'" hisinlp'iitiiui f'i ; a N E Yto'-to us. awl we will semi I i-cd Electric-Bitters for nn old standing
; boinethini of
free great
Fred Douglass is credited with saying lIe laboring men to ni.tlxc: !ii.iiil i : ]tr!-"of in supimit Ii. iI rJi awl impo..lauo'o! t.you. Kidney affection nnd says: "Nothing baa

be likes President Cievcknd: bec.tu lied now buying lots of his claim and I hat h-iid, pint.f will I lienmduhefore I thai will st.ut Hili. in liiisiiu'-K uInch will bring ever done me so much good as Electric
with I II I F. Yoik. Chi k CirruitCourt you in more nmney right away than anytliiuies ; Ec Bitters."-Sold at fifty cents a bottl by
is.not a snob That i is cct.iinly one reason : own homes. :u this world' Any on<* eando the work am .
Lake Fla.. Tue-I -' L41.-. J..I KELLY. 4
at BIl! I'r, on hy :
l-t.( home Eithfi all ZFirstcla.ss
at Something
3-; 4 hut, sex; Hfj s. -
for liking mau I colored people has increased '4 :
; : aa
John (5. lUck fLuke
I in a ; April 12, l -t.j''IZ: <> new.that just vi-ins money for all work.'c
. ate thinking Fred Douglass is a bit of a which of diminishing Butler Fla. I Hd. No. tN) tl<, foi I the IUof will "{.AI-.t: capital not chances needetl. This hie'is one of ThesewliomvHiul'ittous thtKeiir.inf. tournouts furnished at all NOTICE OF INSOLVENCY.
inspoitant a time.
.nob. His ambition is to be white man : that prohibition: y\\i & tiV of N\v}. :ec29T5 I 6 II X'l ) :.11.1 I e 1IIl'rprislI] will nut de- 11I'nrs.day or night. Is COUNTY CorRT, BRADFORD Connr. FLORIDA*
11 lay I::111I,J .ttlt( free. Address TRUE & CO.Auj'tis' .,
ii and he has so fur succeeded as to marry a "the law is .. I Maine.ri.iIi1p Terms Reasonable. Give us a trial AVhereas Ht'nry'V. Epperson Administrator
f"Uowin.it I I (toand :i
)' I lie names r'I' ; !"' -S of the estate of O. W. Kjipcrson. deceaaed. late
white from Ohio. Other colored i -- DHEW8.1.JVAREZ.,
woman as any law jirove his continuous n'"tt'II.t.: upcultivation !, : .' I of haul county, havIng filed in the office of tb.

,,: men cannot hope to follow his example ) ) As requested of ssiiil !hind vi/: t CltStS We ATT1TIONhIIJiItI4 are now pre.U"I'I'll'l Starke.'FI$113 \. Cui.nty. of the Ju.Ifre. of saul county of a written suggealioa. .,
insolvency said estate. Notice ImhfreUy
; and be happy. lIe has been well cared at : .Mr. Kiln hlll'* J. 11. Dowlm-i.! I Ilau'y Tloinas: David ( nil elaiscs with employir.tnt at -.- ------- given to all pert ons having claims of any ,
lishes Adam 'l all of Liu! ihit her. Iionie. the w hole bf the time or fin their spare .
George .UII nature whatever a aint Raid estate to file the
for; but he is a very dangerous sort of hims l those who differ Fla. mo:.rtt II:".? Uusmess; new light and profitable.IVi I "Weelfes. same duly authenticated in the office! of the :
ous either
o M X easily earn trnni 5'1> cents
..Jloses for people of his race to follow. ( n judicious high S. C. TlTKI.n.YI'bll'r.{ to i5.l<0 perevinirand a propmtioiial bum by County judge of said county on or before the :
the I 11th day of July A. D. 1887 at which time a ;:
ilctiiihitrall thtir time to the business.
.- l practical meth Feb. 19. Gw. I S. Lard: OHice. Boys The rata will be
From the Ocala Fl'el Pi-e..s. and p irls: earn nearly much as men. That all POLICE GAZETTE will be mailed,, payment made to creditors entitled {
The proposed Florida: Sub Tropical ) the abuses ,-- .-,. --.--'-,. .rLS who see this 111:13- STid their address, and test securely wrapped, to any address in the United I to the the said same administrator so far as the will axsete will extend and .'1
his : the States for three months on receipt of then be dischaed.
business we laakt this offer. To such as are
Enpo tion. to be held in Jacksonville not well! satisfied we will send one dollbr to pay I ONE DOLLA1J. Witness my name aa County Judge of ai4
Connty this the 8th day of January. A. D. 288.J. .
-- for the trouble of
next winter on the plan of the New Orleans writing. Full p.uticulars and Liberal discount allowed to postmaster, agents. R. RICHARD. a.
tion. outfit free. Address CiEURUK iSTIXSON & CO.,
,J't'n15.. l
mil clubs. Sample copies mailed free Exposition is with 1'ortland Maine.
meeting a hearty school regulatly, Address all orders to1tICLIARD
I all over the State and 1 we hope K. FOX, :
response b-.s in his mind. can live at home and make more .
I to see successfully inaugurated. V 0 money at work for us. than at anything FRANKLIN SQUARE 5. Y
,ngs, So a wicked eKe in this world. Capital not
Hurrah for the Exposition then! The \ invited him needed; you are stated free. Both jsHIBARRON
uexesail; ages. Anyone can do the work.
.: Free Press will do its Shill in booming it the i eiirnniKS sure from first start. Costly outfit and Bargain Music.This ,

11 us eclipse the New Oi'e.ins' affair. and l' terms I iee. Better not IIEI.'osts. you nothing .,".
> tents never drink to send us your address and find out: if you are Favorite Album of Soungs and Rallad, -_- -DEALER INfltOCERIES
___*). have a Mardi Gras day in connection "Wine i P h' R ; wise uni will ubu 50 at once. H. IIALLETT & countaining thirty-two pieces of choice bud :
have you. 5 ? CO., 1'ortlaud. JIaille.I popular music. full sheet music Rize, with complete
/ worth seeing. paper is raging; t iJffdi! words and music and piano acccfnpuni
.-4 I NOTICE.Whercis ; ment is finely! printed upon heavy: po.pcrwllh avetv
One of the profitable crops for the con tors thereby is not I attractive cover. Thefollowing are the ( iii

sideration of our farmers is the 4--, ') W.1" Ilonri"V.. Epperson Ailninistrator titles of the songs and ballads contained tlif )
.. .
:- peanut I sI : JJ.TQiLET \ on the estate of (;. W. Epperson at u commisi Favorite Album:-As I'd Nothing Else t-o Do; >
;/ crop. Peanuts are as easy to make as were : d by it. I I '-i i..lIl'l S siile. became purchaser of lots H & 9 The D-ar Old Songs of Home; Mother 'Watch
,' '' -:::- $ in block 3 in the town of Lake Butler for the the Little feet; Oh, You Pretty Dlue-yed Witch 11
!00-: r"D < ;
t not to make. Two plowings and a good too much. A I\; : : L.J.t.i,"..., I sum of thirty-live dollars said lots coutaiirng: Rln- Eyes: Katy's Letter; The Passing Jteil; 1
hoeing is sufficient to make tie and < will make one-third of an acre t'lll'h.11 persons interested Saw Esau Kissing Kate; Won't You Tp.ll Me
crop I never. : ; r ait1 heieiiy notified to npjx-ar at the office o?the Why Knbin; The Old Garden Gate; Powa If I AND 1111
4 if the crab grass takes a notion to grow. titan it bit- ;&SDPATKXT i:1.h,1 v'c.Y .HHJj'; !.:;, County J u.U'> of Bra.nord 1 countv on tin 2ith low the Waving Lindens; laded Leaves: AU .
day M.uvli A. l D. !"\?, ant show cause if aii- Among the Summer Roses; Tough the Harp :
1 late in the season, let it grow a good Mr. : like an llicv have why said sale: sho) ild not lieconlinuei! Gt-ntly. 5Iy pretty Louise: I really don't ttiink [

: farmer will then take his SC)thc and make I : not to play with 3 1EIHeI ', ES: ; & '. Wit'i8smvna'ii'. a" ('''mty Judge thh aiH' shall Marry; Dreaming of Home:The old eottag" .
: day of Teoniry I). ItST. :
.1 I lock; Across the Set: A Year Ago; Bachelor'" C4TIflNARy.RSThllRANTi
: a good crop of hay. Tbe peiumt tops.and tai.nlod I J. R. RICHARD.County Hall;Ruth and I; Good Night: One Happy Yea i I

'( crab grass cant be beaten fur Lay and : I like you- You PS'RIl' "...' ("'.' .t,".rILOMPJD .- Judge, Ago; Jennie in the OrchnrdThe Old Uarn-Gate:
: Jack's Farwell; Polly; Wnisper ie the T1I ilight.
. '. r jet bo has his crop to dig which will her : ; be the compan I (' .ti' .\!d .!01'Uo. As'ijonr re'ntVr for!-."Jame Xenns 93 Shoe. This is a very fine collection of real vocal ferns. !
--- -- C'MUtfon .K'II.U f j\ers rwxmiineml inferior and gotten up in very handsome style. Pub-
: : yield him some where in the neighborhood i his !! give me great I t,' ; rit.i-1% in or.... tv> !a:fc.il Ucr pioflt. ThisUth* lishep in the usual way and bought at a music

:. of 200 bushels to the acre. At, $1 : wine with me." ST'AftK R L I S'-ITI'UTE. original>le tif--nM Ilifr! :; c wi Ife'Wai tt-rlorlty of Imitations by attempting which aoknole to- store bought these 3: pieces would cost you $1J. u. We ;
a jeb lot of this music 'J
ti. a great sacrifice
a bushels which is an price. then i thou lilllid lilio.i t..s ru'pu-ti'n of Ibeol'jgtlla1.] and the .
average tice is not. Kone (Jouulne. uuIta. bcurliathi* Stamp, as holidays are past we desire to clo'o
: I I G. 1'. LOOXr.Y.' : : out our stock at once. Will tend the
t there would lie enough of the nuts left in .\ to the tempt \ 1r11 you Entire

,. .. the ground fatten 4 hogs to the acre. many'' e'l attempt aral Mis. C. !Ii. ((! .\' ;Li'0": :" ','. : JAMES EANS'SHOE. 4'ts.collection Send well immediately.wrapped antI Address.postpaid fort only I Meals Furnishedat i.

I i-J, Fn"h'h.1 Tx'Cet1ec:, THE EMPIRE NEWS t<*,.
could l1'.XXIIJOE 53
What berur cr' p a tuaa want than the "How did : n..ie.t .
Syracuse, S.Y.
:: : that? rolls fellow is so None b.it most ('(.t''tCiit: :ssistaits, I -4 ti1 i 51* i UKjji- e tvijr .
*- This :s a School of tho liizhcst & Uneilcllet -
t.: do anything ty1l. \ In Durability. Comfort
The of Starke
streets in bet
are now a n\raIIll that 'I 4.arance.
: : ? .. AponuUcard
:' condition; than ever before.Ve talc to the obtaitiel.a.i'ltatI I 1 !; vtcii, nl 1 teaching(:1 i lp I 'a -t. settou-wuI1 fi-rm-.ilon how lT\ugyouln to\ jet this Another Art Craze.A j! OYSTERS: : AND FISH SPECIALTY.CALL i
Iwywprt. tit _: i
day, mind should t'hoe In latest art working among ladies it kwn ,
gay that t cTe was more *\ork done on purely! awl\ :] oriiia'-JssJ>:iiNadvuiiic nny State ow i
al'tl'1 [ Territory. 'Frencj.-Craze, for
cuina ST.
the streets this last f.prilthun all the in his : wicked tempt most npi-lly. :. "**. MES "'" JMeans&Ca ._ 'Ware. e tc! IUis something entirely STAIIKK, FLA.
} them. ffQ is both profitaole anti fascinating. It is jew
time before togctler. There is not a "Thy .
41 Uncoln in New '- --
DISC H'MNT UN; tP.\'SD.!: S& YorkBoston and ot her En
.. street of any note that .has not ben nicely that I might S &IIOD'I cities. To ladies desiiing to lern the a Ar'. WI'
( ) L. KEENE
iiior.il- tifl other, will send an t
T ," IbroWn up and ditched. The Uailroad Christian Stand Tilt interestof: pu inches. handsomely elegant chine placque (sizr Irt ,

I I' ,, filches hare I been opened and now all the lJUr pig alwajs! co-c'\-! In:iknl stftur. 1"11 together with box of material.decorated 100 for colored a m.jdel"Ale- Millinery, Fancy Dress Goods ..cNorIoNs.
ciinhtrs! ;nl.lM'-s i i tho prni-ip.il, signs assorted in Cowers animals. SfJiders. lndscapca. ,
:.. water will promptly lint 1 its to the etc.. conirlele. with full .
way s in hc.aveni.iid STARKK i I Our celep* *a'**<' rrort-ices a instructions. KID GLOVES. PARA OLS.
-7 larger
c .. Aligator Creek instead of l lying in our in i dreamt 1 of in --......-..... .. -. ...-,, I-'hA.. ,I of worlil.Shoes'1 of b.u.i.sw't>;U n-M.,t4-., \,'-*,-r ty tVfm other will factory tell quantity you In thi the is upon worth receipt ore of than only Si the.0.amount The placque charged aline 1'0 Silk Umbrellas Zephyrs and nil kind t

main streets to soak There other I :'s !! re-a.snntfyajkti-! JAI.4 lllCAI'nA' every 1n.'I; ordering this outfit who enclosed
I. is flT 'i- '', Ih" jt headdress
away an e'uiseIIV. "I 'r .b" :, tT r> <. -T -I "?4Jir* sa of material for '
I r! I 1:;. ':"'1'" "...,.. .:.:",1. .. ..; 1.civa I -3Ho u for OI u. epir>.aci.e-t In Durabifity. of tire otter ladies interested in Art I .? 2
; other improvement that our reporter has bon iblv with! J -.. .r. I I.. ". ,. -;..U Z.wk. .\..: Full I I lines of ihf above shoes fcr sale in matters, to whom we can mail our new
Uncovered and that is the through l nt' and cllllldll't! I 0 I ;., .J 1 .f.d.-_.II", -'h... ......,;., iS-FAIlEBY' !;: gue of Art Goods, ,..eTiU enclose cat..to.I I. i17IflCl1lToik.. '. :-.z
opening f.
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.. I.. ''' :..!o.,' without charge a beautiful 30 incn.good-tiiictl
Oil .. ,
the Would! .
: buy at the foot of Walnut tieet, this euro I" ..:.* .I. 'it. I.s: : -n- 4. ':''.1 placque. 1 :L'rounpt attention to order ,
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ClT'.NEWSI$: > REFLECTIONS.*. "Gov. Williams-of! Bradford Pa., willi'I the same sizjj..autYI iige'American: Ag- j E'. M. : W.A'Doff.i.

:. .: depart for a prolonged visit Starku 1
to riculture. S. L'it io "
< Bradford Co., Fla. next Saturday. All Jtt n1\Jt.i; ian
3u...11'ING.'Ve print Business, For first-class gold. operations call on .
\ Beware '
Cards Tags, BUI Heads. Letter.Dd bills should at once be sent in to his assignees 01". I .
tlDr aDd o ( J. O. Haynes in N. 'J. Jones' new
N .aadings. Envelope Hand Bills Messrs. Andrews and Van Winkle Corn doctors! who don't extricate corns. HENRY A. L'ENOLE. Manager. : V .., \v\7N. B..KER.ICashler
brick store. Office hours 9 -
8t&tementl.i and job work generally. a. m. till 12 1
care' Tarpon Springs Hotel. Mr Ear doctors who advertise s Advertisement* in this column will bot m, 2 p. m. till 5 p. in. J" J i.I'S fVILLELA
Local line. Williamj claims that his financial: cm- deafness. rl J ; ;

charted twenty-five cento per Belles can't do without Drexel's Bell harassment is wholly due to x, glass of Lotteries of all descriptions wTuch: ar ...".,...,.""""-' ,. \1 V
What means ttrese frosty mornings? Cologne._ mineral[ water from the spiing recently a delusion and a snare. WLL DO A Or.NEKAL: BANKING'BUSINESS. DEt>OSl'9. RECEIVED. COLLECFOgV ; V

I New Irish potatoes in the market Jas. S. Murphy M. D., Company's discovered on Mr. Disston's premises; Lawyers who iinlnntcr their services -" MADE AT USUAL RATES OF EXCHANGE.

Strawberries: are scarce this week. Shop, N. C., writes:-' sell great deal We understand that he is going to Starke from "l"ilaritntJle motives." .

of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, for every to inaugurate a series of temperance The lightning-rod man v.hois willingto WATCHMAKERSTAiUCE. : .

.. Big KDOW storm In the east this week. one who tlies it likeiit." meetings.Tarpon Springs take your notes for woik performed. i -.NDJ.I21WJt.mE.a- -' V .
Dr.Ilarter, the great pill man. was in SHILOH'S CATAKItll REMEDY The "Gor." arrived here some days Civiable remedial: agencies which. are The Largest Book Store South'llCRJOE ::. FLA. .. $ .,

town this week.CorreipOPd1ee. positive cure for Catarrh Diptheria and since and b a guest of the Cole house. generally advertised through the papers. C.PECIAL attention given to rej'*trio>r W iek... V

from WilileniM arrived Cankci Mouth. For sale by Rivers & Owing to very interesting and all absorbing Bohemiam oats whustf manipulators O Clock and Jewelry,.te...tc. AU work do*. j.
Joiner far cadu En: uir of Richard :
at reasonable prlcu :;.
to late for this issue. protracted meeting prevailing in are extending their operations in various DREW) and }' cr. JOar.l. *'1881-<.m V f-. "S' .'. -_..

"HACKMETACK."a fasting and far- the city ever' since the "Gov's arrival, directions. : Augut1O.1S8.; >> -. .... ..-....,.".:: ..L"of #-,!
Mr. B. Haynes our gallant chieftain grunt perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. he has had very little to on the subjectof English sterling cutlery, which is advertised -
making us a protracted vUit.If For sale by Rivers & Joiner. 59 and 61 WEST BAY STREET,
II temp lance except to a smt.ll circle: of by boguscompanies at very low : (?
we ouly could have a rain and warm Unfortunates broken down by over- friends at his boarding hou e. As soon prices. JACKSONVILLE FLA. DRUG

weather. _ work and persons of sedentary habits as the religious revival now prevailing is Fraudulent employment bureaus'which .... "

The Commercial Hotel is full of strangers. will find in Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills a brought to close: : the "Gov." will announce guarantee permanent employment if you WHOLESALE AND R T AIL.

specific for generul debility. the programme of his summer pay your initiation: fee.' ..

The -, Medical institutes whose professors advertise -
We understand that the revival meetings peculiar purifying and building campaign. Very little is now known of -

are proving a great success. up powers!' of Hood's Sarsaparilla mate the "Gov's." future plans of operations, t themselves and great cures through All the latest Books, Newspapers and Periodical.! received as twon as publinhtsl I mul

it the very best medicine to take at this, except that he will be compelled t') revisit the country geayYally. supplied at publishers list. My stock is complete in every dt'p(rlr1lt nt. Merchants
We will trade years subscription for season.! appliances" which; are advertised and Consumers may depend tam letting ;prices as low many Northern 'ity. All
Tarpon Springs soon to
Completethe orders
tilled promptlv and :1'curatt'ly.! ::,;
a small plg. _ ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion removal of the oyster house to pier- to cure all physical! infirmities, from Have also largev! iiicreased my stoc" of BASE BAT.L GOODS and now have .:.. w'. .V'

Work has commence on the addition Constipation. Dizziness. Loss of- head in the Gulf and bath house in disordered br-ain: to a sore foot. e'rr.thiin'lllllin BATS BALLS. BELTS CAPS, M \HKS, GLOVES, wnll| ,.
ranging in prices from cheapest to the best My prices are low and special term -
to Richard & Pace's store.. Appetite, Yellow Skin Shiloh's Vitalizer Knapp's strawberry pal cll. The "Gov." : Brookers and bankers;: who send you will bo made to dealers or clubs buying in quantities.horace GASKINS .
is a positsve cure. For sale by Rivers! & I printed ciiculars guaranteeing fortunes if J. L. III II
Truby & Davis are shipping potatoesto Joiner. having under contract the boring of sev- DEALER IN

,.' points, north of us. eral artesian wells and other work has you invest small margins through them. Dre'7\TI' Medicines .fI

' many WilY WILL YOU cough when Sliiloh's detective : whose JACKSONVILLE FLA. Drugs & ,.
concluded to take in a female clerk. Bogus agencies representatives _
ri N. C. Wainwright has received the appointment Cure will give immediate relief. Price work.for a small consideration, Starke, Fta. .._ ,

is isI as lax assessor. lOc, 50c, and $1. For sile by Rivers & Through Suez Canal at Nljjht.; ....----...-- --.-. .- -- .
isI Joiner. and are as liable to betray you as to.serve Physicians' 'Prescriptions"Carefull :; i. ; .
From the London
Andrews & Alvarez have added some Figaro.
f. I FRONT Compounded at all'fwur*-detf tt. ,'
;:. new horses, they are beauties. Suffering will exhibit its presence by Everybody knows-it is a common thingfor you.Solid gold; plate watches, which are TnE -', fligll.ulV"26t879D ". .:;<" ".

The Telegraph; in on sal at Morgans' the cries of the baby; Dr. Bull's Baby :a big steamer to go through the Suez advertised over the country!lIy Bunion with the most complete assortment of l late styles in -! *... ..}.?l1 '" : ; .
:1; Syrup will quiet it.Giveyourhogs Canal at night. But what is, perhaps not -'l' -.
& New York.
Bazaar every Saturday about noon. Edwards Company 'L'dZ
.j so generally known is that the steamer Bogus :agricultural newspapers which FINE BOOTS AND SHOES FOR V
i At Morgans' Bazaar: vou can find all Day's Hor-e Powder itself and not the Suez Canal Company; ; .
.. and all the have nominal subscription price and TH.E.STAj! VV
,"" the leading daily papers, for purifying the blood and cleansing has to supply the requisite electric light _

.? popular magazines. the liver. Price 25c. i apparatus for the nocturnal are published to circulate description of the New Year's TRADK. Great: Bargains in Footwear.No : ..... .. .
passage. wrfMpr
1 various wares in (the mails under the head! suportIa it tIM'ftbMlytakPublkM 4

.;. Mr Allice Milliard and child, are SHILOH'S CURE will What the company does i is to prescribethe of second-class matter. Fancy: Prices. Only First-Class Go9t'I.A.L.V0NKIR.N: of D.mJeraUrAdwl.4.f4., V

II. : visiting in the city with her fathers immediately amout of illuminating power which I tftUM tltv of N<- York. aW1LLLMDORSHRTR [
II relieve Croup. Whooping Cough, and : .,
(.ot. John D- rby. r
: family, the apparatus must possess. For Instance, : ,
Bronchitis.i For
sale by Rivers & Joiner. I
11 Mr. G. W. Livingstone in pal -ting the no steamer is allowed to start on a night Editor and Proprietor. .: '

11 addition to his house, it is a big improve FOR DESPEPSIA and Llv r Complaint transit that is not. fitted with an "eleclric Daily, Sunday, and Weekly Etfftt'on*. '

.-i;:;;.- ment. Who will be the next you have printed guarantee on projector" which is capable of throwing a OY4u'.L THE. POPULAP BOOT 'AND SHOE HOUSESTARKE. FL>\. F

light for a least 1,200 meters'lIht'ar1. And THEWEEKIYSTAR '
. We will Lake a mall pig on the account every bottle of Shiloh'sVitalizer. It never

1 of any one, who will.be the first to fails to cure. For sale by Rivers & Join' r. on the upper deck, too, there must be an Sixteen-page Newspaper, .lu.,
it.M.ssrs.. electric lamp and shade powerful enough
4tit bring 4' V every Wedncn.,. .
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each to light up a circular: area some 600 meters I .
II. W. Epperson, John D. A clean pure bright aDd laterwtl c U'

e.1'..,.. Johns, M. L. McKinney favored our I hottlc of Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price in circumference Big steamers are beginning wr CARDEJ'1L:J : I FAMILY PARER. .
to this but thereis ji I J _
office with a call this week. 'I 50c. For sale by Rivers & Joiner. carry apparatus ) = 1 / I -
a company both at Port Said and ; t It contain the latent ncwB/down to UM bow .tf

Mr. T. W. Swea' has trimed the oak THE REV. GEO. II. THAYER of I going to press:. ...
Tewfik which lets out the necessary pro. I
of his It Practical Agricultural, .a:..
in front stOI" looks much
-A Bourbon Ind., says: "Both myself and jectors and lamps on hire. I Market, r"5'''' .

bett r. wife oWe our lives to SHILOH'S COX- I Fashion, :.1. .. .

Rev. Mr. Thomas, who has been stopping SUMPTION CUBE." For sale by Rivers I A Request.To Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker I Household, -...>': *'H
the Former Students of East Florida Seminary Political,
with for sometime has Joiner. -:
us purchased & I : I Financial and Commercial, 4

the grove owned by Mr. Burnham.The Fla Poetical 'Humorous an4
Please inform mo through the mails if StarkeJ _., #:
FREE TRADE. Editorial :
Messrs., Smith, of Philadelphia, are you have been engaged in teaching since C2TIIAVIXG LOCATED in 8tnrk('. i.i the brick building; formerly occupied I f'r fE. I Departments all under the dlrwtion of trata 4 .-" V .-If :'V/Jfi'

fine players one on the flute the other, The reduction of internal revenue and leaving the Seminary. 1 shall he much W .IIIIII.: I respectfully solicit work in my line I tiom I lie I c-iM/ens! of tin- town ami! ?ur I J.urnalUt. of the highest ability. IU SZaV5, "p.-, ...."l;..
the taking off of revenue from will be found crowded with good OtiSf*- &. ,. ".
obliged by a with rounding! All work unnamed Charl's nnxkT.it! K (fuller and I rage* ,, '
piano accompaniemeut. Proprietary Medicines no doubt has largely piompt compliance ci.unly. : <>"lnij. I from beginning to end. "iF. -ii' '" ;;:
benefitted the ,,'ellas' this re Rev. Mr. Fulwood, who is presidingelder the burden consumers of home manufacturers., as relieving EDWIN P. CATKII, ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.JACKSONVILLE'S I foreign writers of ikthn.&V. (;Aifej 'j;

of this district, was here over Sun Especially is this the case with Green's 8upt. E. F. Seminary.A I THE DAI Y 1
Flower und $ :. .
day and delivered a stirring sermon. August German .
Syrup as the reduction of thirty-six cents Lamb at School I 'The DAILY STAB contain*ri -"
We notice the t.f Mrs. POWRAbsolutely In attractive fornO JI"-t *> garden dozen, has been added to increased the I an '
per Most of our young readers will be surprised LARGE DRY GOODS HOUSE. I by cable from LoncJonq'arl". 8. .
Col. W. W. Moore, which has entirely size of the bottles containing these remedies I Dublin U n comm 1Ml.Me feature. .
thereby giving one-fifth more medicine to hear that the well known nursery I \\"aaJWJ'tI.n., Aibnny and other....cwtwu.
escaped the frost and
is looking well Pure. I the ablest Crrcpponctnts rjjrt'hilly retained bv th*
in the 75 cent size. of Had Little Lamb"is
son "Mary a
even while beieg on the north side of the I TRK ST"" furni-h the late-t new hy telefnpo.Its .
..* The August Flower for Dyspepsia and a true story, and that "Mary" is still This powder iiver' vai'C"' A marvei h literary features are niifiirpaywd.
[ house. Liver Complaint, ind the German Syrupfor and I'lolesomenehs.Moie KOHN FUBOHQQTT & BENEDICT I Th. Financial and Market Hcviewa are uaMaOy
of stiength u .
1 living. About seventy years ago she wasa purl'y I fall and comnUtct! .
and Lung troubles. have .
Cough perhaps eV the Ia4SS.I
nonucal than ordinary nnn and xtraonlh'.17
Prof. G. P. Young has 1tine garden, little the of farmer in I Special ...
the largest sale of any medicines in girl, daughter n kinds, and cannot be sold in compel it ion I meat to age-nt .Jul cuiivaiuien. 4

also our worthy townsman W. II. Rivers the world. The advantage; of increasedsize Worcester county Massachusetts.! She with the ir-ultitude of low test, short -=--. OFFER'AN IMMENSE STOCK (WI -..- I 8.nH for circular

who has besides beautiful of the boltles will be greatly weight alum of phospluut* p-twdeis. 'k. .. I V- 4I
a display of appreciated was:. very fond of going with her father TERMS OP THE WEEKLY STAR TO >- V "
About his houses. by the sick and afflicted in every Sold only" in cans.: Royal flaking Powder I SPRING GOODS at vryissowtJilt': !! pril" ''''. :Summer :Silks.; Nun's 'Yeilir.:?. Satins! I CRIXZU, :r1 *B *v ;17L in tUa United 8ta1sI .: .
loses into the fields to see the sheep and one Co.. 100 Wall-ht., N Y. I and Canada, ouu.fcC the luuita of:New York City t
town and village in civilized countries. Salt-ens !5r >! *leil'i MKN' ltl-ae'tIki, Col-iietl! >ilk 'White GOeb -ge.iloiiriiiirjrUoofls.HprinKCashiiiersfa'i -
1.r. T. H. Bird and friend, of Boston, Sample bottles for 10 cents remain the dy they found a baby lamb which was April 17. '8t>. i : \!- lit aUovrtininiiiif-nsf\ varities) I Per year.................................... .....?JO! 9ClubsofTen 01 VI VI : .
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size. dead. Kiad-heaited lillle Fine' fj; oc".. Heads, Swiss K: who have been topping for some time same thought to be I Clubs of Fifteen! : (:Iud"lit'extra to organizer)..!* 00
Buttons, Tois-ct' l"Jld'rwoar, ti'itgliams iiUa\v I
.'' however lifted it in her ery. I TERMS OF THE DAILY GTAR TO 8vaisosirna -
? at the Commercial Hotel, left onftVedoMday Mary, up arms, Hats and Millinery of latent-.ti'les! and choice -.... 4.

i'l ';: last for their Northern A S/AD/ HISTORY. and. as It seemed to breathe, she carriedit ARE YOU NERVOUS? nelei-tion! {':\r1)l't Matting, OH Cloths, LHW (' --.. I Every day:for one year(tnclu4ing: Snnday$7 M

: home. home made it a warm bed near the tsai"i !'. Window : Rugs! 'ruid Polei Crumb Cloths at --.....Zjiiy,without huuday.one S 09 .-. ft-*
I Sixteen Years of Dr. J. O. Hayne Life Or, do :you suffer from! indescribable, very low fijtirr! and a large snl! .-ction. There H absolutely nothingin I .... ]'.nix .. .. J 89 -c. : V
r11f. Miss Ella Riven has a yard full of the stove, and nursed it tenderly. Great was the" line of Dry Goods that wn In! not 1 Keop.Vsolict orders be JalJ1. -.diiy.HT. mnnthif... 109 -
Releaned. 1-olh mental and ? .
BrUIT physitul :
...JI'....-, most beautiful rose we ever had the her delight when, after weeks of careful feelinps, they larger small. jarSPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ORDEliS. I Address, -'jTIE: STAB., V ....,.. ..
o\cr\\oikrd from oth" .
Have : or r .
you .. y.... .
& .
I ew :
*0 Mid X8 Worth WUIIIPLV
1,4: pleasure of seeing, she has our thanks for Dr. J. O. Haynes the leading dentist feeding aid watching her little patient cause, become debilitated? Do yon lack Should .ou visit our city, call cm t.;:.; you will find our store: at- _ _ _ _ _-_- -_.-_ __._... .... .4
".i a generous bouquet.G. began to grow well aud strong, and soon tiai-live, tlllr assortment romplt1to and prices: reasonable. A I V
l of this county and a most esteemed citizen ambition, felr Mi !hand vitality from any gprs-iul lI.rhllCUL fur i'lothing for Men and Boys also Jem's What Can Be Done.
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after It was able to run about. It knew cause? If 80 atm ted, or if yon arc troubled I By trylmgagain anti keCJimma \ rave! 'V
.. ,) W. Sanders and J. W. Cardell have of this town, has, perhaps, come as Underwear. I .
its mistress! perfectly, always came V many tliinptweiuinKly lui|><".nib1e! nuy
young with disease i of na'ure, send aselfadd RESPECTFULLY
) erected a handsome boat this week. It near suffering a protracted martyrdom as any I t ht'lttt lill, l. 1'11,11 etis "r hfl..lt. "h"or .*
is a beauty and is called at her call, and was happy only whe.i at resseil stamped! envelope, with I Kid> and Liver h"8
of .
J: plain "Maggie, any of the scarred heroes the late wars. I -c y Campliintlit
-11 'ate will bo put on Sampson;, Lake. Everybody knows that the Doctor is an her side. One d.iy it followed her to the I description of(MSP, for full inrormitionoonerninf Kohn Furchgott & Benedict. I -ii cured by Klnctrir: Hi't-rn! ufi.-reerylliinir : VI .

village school and not knowing what Pi'of. Cnrts'! '"JOZONKTREATMENT. I ( else |had been trh..1 I i in vjn. .
The ahead and firm upright truthful gentlemen his word is I |I"", ilon't think there Is no cure fur .
go gentlemanly I jnn
SW else to do with it, she put it under( 'Icr ; ." It Is endorsed! by the litlt.... I TAi-lri) .. ,. Hitt..r... il.: .. '
Of Truby t Davis bad and sub- equal to most men's bond. Read his account -- I I -- trv... .<... .. .. ...... -. 'Pli..n.. :- .' i.i -
a large .
desk and covered it with her shawl. There clergy, the press. tie medicaland pl'of'-lCf4lon I 11H'.Ii..ille H> M.ift-M: ;pure, nii-l )" | erf...tn ,
dyod tantial boat put on Rowell lake last of his long suffering: all intc>lliff f'lIt| who li.ivt- inve'tigatet' I r.I.xxl Puritiul- r.o-lric! ISittor- will :
it until Mary was called' to theteadll.'r's persons
week. She waa pure white aud called STARKE, !<'u.., Jan. 26. 1887. stayed up its in iits. A ."> Tiea'mentleliveied The Oft Told StoryOf :i-nio ]).*'Hi4>|i-iif DiabftcH! Ht',l nil I I'f"! ":M*>N V ;
desk to her lesson and then E. HUNTER .
Trnby & Davis' Pet. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta Ga.: say R. I ( the KiilnoxM. Invalnab'e: in : .flpcj.imV .
the )lamb walked quietly after her and the (: free to one person in every the peculiar medicinal merits cf: Hot.d's I ISal'1'aparl11a of Stoiuarli and Liver, and t n t-rl'ulI. all ..., ""'
erm At. Mr. Henderson our pholograph GENTLEMEN:-In 1868 tetter appearedon town (iivo both CKi..rO"\OI and postofficeaddr Urinary I'iiuVultirh. V Ii _______
man So
burst out
other children laughing. is fully coiJirmcd by the VI.IUl- *
has my right hand. Although I took immediate and cndoxo SO() cents!' to cover Large!; Bottles olll-.o, ct<. n:: J. J. K..1.. V :
live .
a ,
aligator, he ha it trained BO ; tary testimony of thousands who have triedit. .
the teacher had to shut the little girl's pet CONTRACTOR and BUII DJU. I ly. :2 ,
, that It wilt open UH mouth and have its steps to heal it up. in spite of the eh>>rre! boxinj.'anddisliveiinsr.. In or- Peculiar In the combination, rroportlcn, : _.
until school
in the was out. ..
lug \. taken. best medical attention, it continued to deain :t'k! for T'cttnmnt "IL'' A'lihess! : : and Specifications furnished on and preparation of its ingredients j rctiltr.r .
picture _
i; \ A 'ard. .. V
isa.ric after this a student, named ILANS
. 3by spread until it had covered my entire body. Soon young Curtis lozono Co., \\ eling} Block, notice and Rood work assured. in the extreme care with which It U put The Smfonl Publishing
-...... It 1s said that Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. Cole John Rollstone. wrote a little po"in about up, Hood's Sarsaparilla: accomplishes cures C'ompmivhiivimg .. .
My neck and head were covered with sores Syracuse\ N. Y.BueunmtlMiii contractedith tli" PubMoliiny! .
t keep tb best boarding house in th. lamb and it I where other preparations entirely falL Peculiar .
.".., city.W collar would be Mary and her presented to her. 1ATENTSTFRNKLIN l'oullulttf', of time Jo'I"rldMUIII:.&. '-n- : .. ; '
A fresh bloody from
in it has mad
my unequalled good
.r.;; *ffuesa U is so because it is always The lamb grew to he a sheep and lived f-reiifnM.K. rimr.-liSonthtopublNbtlie 4- ..,
- 1-; full to overflow raw neck in one hour my feet aud ankles I at home, which is a "tower of strength Florida Christ i.m ,\dvo.-nie.! which will ,.. (

were broken out so badly that'it was weeks for many years, and when at last it died, and Neuralgia: Cured In ___ abroad" peculiar in the phenomenal bales a 1rbetweemi the Island lC1th March, ., : .
IDA'LOI" grieved so much for it that hermother it has attained, I would call Htteivionof the -
We Lad the Mary 2 Day" MtjtbodixtM .
pleasure of a hand shake when I could not wear shoes! haying to H. HOUGHSolicitor I and the .
,it fri.ndsoftheenterprusethrnughomit -
late :.:. With our friend }Ir. H. II. Jones! of the hobble about in large loose slippers. took some of" its wool, which was The Indiana: Chemical Co have discov Hood's Sarsaparillais the State, I tint if any d.ire n "I j*. V .

thtIs. ;" ttsrannah Horning News. Come again 1 suffered thus for sixteen years with- 'as white as snow, and knitted a pair of ered a compound) ( which :acts with truly of merican and Fnrign the most popular and successful medicine imeti copy of the|>per,tOs>ud their name'.' I
I .
for her to wear in ami postoflice address' the Sanford Pur ,_ V
, when l 31 I stockings remem- .marvelous rapidity in the cure of llhuutnatibin before the for the 4 .
you can, stay longer r. Jones. out gelling benefit from physicins, or :Iny Patents. public today purifying Company. Sanford V
&DT' "\ brince of her darling. Some years after and Neuralgia.Ve jiu-iriintee it blood, giving strength creating an appetite. lshl; J.1'. l'lnrldl: V _
so-called blood 1 I
the t Last of the purifiers. never meta 925 F. STREET N. W. IHP.lodior.
Friday the ladies of the Christian "
the lamb's death Mrs. Sara Hall, a cele- of Inflammatory I suffered from wakefulness and low
tbe'" doctor within those painful to cure any and every case acute S. Patent Office. W ASHI OTO' D. C. -
Church weary. years Near
had spirits and also had eczema on the back of
the gave They
rf supper. every I
brated woman who wrote hooks composedsome Rheumatism and Personal attention given to the preparation and
C&Del thing a man could ask for in the line of that I did not give him a chance to try about lamb and added prosecution of applications for Letter Patent. my head and neck which was very annoying. itAUSTINaIA2UThVCTUJ.uR
his skill but all in vain. ; verses Mary's in 2 DAYS und to give immediate reliefin All business before the U. S. Patent Office at- I I took one bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla andI
I. i eatables besides ice rie.vn and straw- ; them to those written by John Rollstone, chronic cases and effect a speedy cure. tended to for moderate fees. When patent is have received so much benefit that I am _
My sufferings in warm weather were a drawing of your Invention with claims, .
u&14 berries. TLey cleared about '50. making the complete poem as we know it. On receipt of 30 cents, in two cent (granted you: rname and address will be published in the I very grateful,and 1 am always glad to speaka I or :.
'. greater than any one knows, or than I can United States Patent Omce Gazette a paper of good word for this medicine. MBA. J. 8. .
We made the acquaintance! of Mr. Mary took such good care of the stockings -- we.will send to any address the circulation, and the only that I
put In words. I had given ur all hopes stamps I immense paper SNYDER Pottsville, Penn. and .
8. Moore.. the United States Post Office InSpector b. made of her lamb's fleece, that when I for this wonderful compound, publishes this free. : I Jar .
receipt .
of even getting well, when iiI summer a f!'r-yo Agency in the United States possesses I T See.Ion .
-1 for this district. lie expressed a friend of mine from Savannah, she was a. grown-up woman she gave which CPU be tilled by your home dru year ago of V.
himself as highly pleased with the shapeof Ga.. advised me to try S. S. S. I had no one of them to a church-fair in Boston., gist at small cost. We take this means of Copies the of patentability patents furnished patents.for 2 5 cents edch."* J*L Henry Biggs Campbell Street,Kansas<3ty. -A Du .

fj affairs in our Post Office. He said he As soon as it became known that the: giving discovery to the public instead of Correspondence invited. "" : t-'had scrofulous sores all O'fe.JaIs body for PABLOK. OFFICE AND COOKLNLSTOVES. _I
and I told
hope from any medicine my r 'fifteen yean. Hood's SanaparQla completely .
: never was in a more orderly office or friend so. He, however, showed his faith Stocking was made"from the flee? ol I putting il out as n patent medicine, it cured him. 'r- % ;

found books in better condit Ion. in the Specific by offering to put up $200to "Mary's little lamb, every one waited apiece L being much less expensive. We will S. J. TEMPT \ Wallace Bock,.. t North BloomfleM,K.Y.. V j I, .--

of it; so the stocking was raveled I refund if satisfaction is not offered eleven yean with a-tctjftto.vutaweoleer
Notwithstanding the late frosts whichwe $50 that one dozen large bulliesj of S. gladly money ::1j V
TEMPLE'S MILLS 'W-- us4 te giTsth4 Vr
out !and the yarn cut into short pieces .OB Its. U TnMEBBUlLDW ., j
r have had, we notice several gardens S. b. would cure me. Ills faith was so given. -TPT.A .I :-- J > .......... ... : .:
Each piece was tied to a carJ on which I THE INDIANA CHEMICAL Co., .rcflP < '.I .
belonging to our enterprising {citizens, IDa great. that I tried the medicine; and I ; .tt>,f
"Mary" wrote her full name and these Ind. lM "'-
flourishing condition. We noticed the have been traly grateful to him and to S Crawfordsville M A NOU.R -li' .
cards sold so well that they brought the Feb. 5, '87.-ly. ,
garden since. The first I V
o( Capt. Richard particularly. S. S. ever two bottles V
of hundred and forty dol _
large sum one OF ANttBALEU ISSi 4'? .
and never have seen a finer garden, (the drove the humor out all over me far worse .
lars to the Old South Church! : wed and Dre ed Yell ..
rr Capt. bat everything from beans to potatoes than it was at first; and soon all the ma- Scarlet Fever and Diphtheria i-

which had been driven out the am spro-id I by contagion, bv the transferof Lumber of every DescriptlanQuality f.
in same
promises good living one lady way. Repairing; Girdled Tree *
living inattf-fiom the skin, the m lII. *. ...'
r :0 family at le 8t. In all, I took only nine bottles and to day Young fruit trees especially: apple brano'is' lining of Lust mouth, nose and Latin, Pickets, Railings, 'lJta.cb V ,( .- V
and! the i intestines and urinary rand I'
Among the arrivals at the Kentucky my neck and feet are as perfect as an y trees girdled by mice aud rabbits arc throat orjr.ms., from Dis'pifoct: promptly and- Finishing Lumber constant' mn t -, -a" ,

i Huse, during the week, are the follow- one's and I am so well. that 1 can gash my seldom so badly injured as they appear to I borough! with I t Dirbys I'rophyUctic hand. 'r j -'V I .

Ing: hand, and it will heal in two days whereas i be. Unless the inner bark is completelygone Fluid, the srrp.it germ destroyer.! 1'rof. Special attention giVen J 9. Fill- { IILDVtLNI1iGEWI1S V. .:
of i Vanderbilt University -
J. E. Smith, Frank Smith, Philadel before au d abrasion of my skin would they with proper treatment. will Tenn., sass: "As a disiniecUint,: and I ing Orders with Dispatch | V ".'f .!: .and most pprtS .V : .. V -

: Phi, Pa. not heal. recover. Make a mixture of stiff clay and determent: Laib_:s' Prophylactic Fluid i* Scroll WorK the I.t "m a'

1 Adolph Nearly every body in this (Bradford) cow manure beating: well to form a stiff ,,superior to ally prcp.iratiou with which ( oflngutesh1sofflkada.V.. ;
Wolfe Atlanta.: Ga. I am acquainted AND I hi PmL1aPrL .
R. J, Mor Orlando knows of my cure. I Ijelieve I was the plaster adding water, if needed. A thick. tIII.dForc.PiamnpsaadWrsvWtecaPlpes. .. ..
Fla. .
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J iiMjer* and family. Atlantic. PA. first person here to try S. S. S. and now ample coating of this is placed over the PEOPLE USE Vegetable and OrangeCRATES i ESTIMATES !LOWSIICh J.flUflsN RatesttAYER FREE

". Jones Savannah, Ga. nearly every one with blood disease takes I wound. completely covering it, and is Over OOO.OOO &SOI'S WWII DRIVING WELLS ATSPICIALT.V.V.

Jo8' Ho6he.Texas. it. I regard S. S. S. as a wonderful and' wrapped around with old bagging or other FERRY'S SEEDSin V 1/ ;'_

powerful blood purifier, and I shall be ccarse fabric. The chief object of this is D.M. FERRY II CO. A SPECIALTY. 4TR.tWBEflR': UUOW&r.s.: Tin lor.or.aJ Iron OrJer Hoof* ru oa aatvWfir.Uuj V t ,.. V

NOTICE. greatful for its relieving me from the whole moist while nature leadmittadtolwtte Truby t D: vis 1a\\"P jn"t ret.t1vNl a ii to:1IOn.lrlp.
' ever to keep ..1 UIUSTSUBSKIin I ( :
I :S : : TBn I e.lc 4 _
hereb of time .( F.r.E8n. Yngn pz..W1
boUfy the citizens of Starke thraldom of missery and pain that had heals the wound. In a dry ;ime it is ell "8 il.:a tin""" FOR sALE large vlltr.INI.t-VENTIIATF.D suPply KERRY I' UIt order.11 '. -- "'V V
end D.i.FERRTiCO'J'"
. ,/ ioc.ua aorl'OQt"OfUIflJt country that I have lasted sixteen years and until I took S. S. to wet the bandages, etc. As the supplyof .I' _ _' .... ......s..... 'ALS9 .. RATES ANI> STAXAUD:' QUART o ) o School B:1s fur a..l..i bar:a L".f.: -i.fj '
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J.1 f4 Over the store of N. J. S. sap is largely dimisheJ by the $Svi>und ft-si' -SEED IUUIL ) : BASKETS, vrbih they *ill soil .at Job- .
JODeut0. IIIill
- '" Where I can be foUnd every Yours. sincerely, the head of the tree should 1 he reduced by For 1887Detroit a I 61:: \ ( ; I i I h.rK price*. _VV StoTes at 'Wholesale ," i *
", &turday I jlliil.d 11.1. \ ; : / I .;. s
the __ ./ \ .
the tax Purpose of assessing! J.O.'IbTNEs. culling back the branches. If the woundi FRIlIl to. aU \ 3' = -[ ,NOTICE. P. 7/-. .. ?

,' ot'tbe Eastern portion of Bradford Dr. Haynes' case is only one of many i very severe, it i is sometimes bridged "l:1M&: _ud" I .. ASix !**:jit erl for.'.'.q _
; v.S : ... -- vceks at'er U>'. I ill!I apply to of I I ,t 1 .
: U cordhatIylnit.4:: F.lVery property owner thousands. It is dcmonstra ted fact that over by the use of large cious: one end Tftbc d.-. ACRES LANDSuitalle he I(un. Joseph It. Ri-hinl. (}lIInty..ruII ii.,o 8- TAIL lam COT. p ep '

'.-. aooompan tecl to call and see me, S. S. S. will cure catarrh, rheumitisna: inserted under( :! the tho bark below and the 4lsa.baiii.bl4. OF I p..ftht>*'t'm'lt.nf. hiraul lfiini IKIC: of I 0 u-ry |. ir. AI.., d- .:.I.: ;!'e _
Wa'tment, Co by their land deeds, M I aD.1:..,".,'. I"lnr.It( flr Inttor .>f inininliu. OH on th .' '. scrofula and other blood other end above the wound. Unless a ..&.r. rr'iiuRh: I late .. tfc.t .. t. -j?"
thIe elOle and cancer, every I1 the .Mti* \f Joseph I f vof o'"r; !AI.ttr -
correet asessr1,87. I -u
F -'for. : disorder. Valuable treatise on all blood tree i is large and especially valuable! it _ _ _"-_ .uue..w.. ,..4. for Orange Grqvee'in; Lots I: Bralfonlniiinty ,a.',i.t..... ., :V c V VV V/V V __ __

: 'PetfuhIy. to will rarely to be at this!! trouble. Better _.d'fir'A ddrsI of 10 acres and up, as may bjjtiiraiited j 1 J I'. J-IJ.: 1.:!_ TRtLtc'K .] c. SIi4 -C ") *d1 ; : '
mailed free application pny '
diseases on l'tuiz '
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4w- 'aN. WAINRIOUT, NOT 1-ly. -% (u. l'J' : ,
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.At1tIOULTIJRAL'C subjected t DCTORWhooplng.oulb. 'IS THERE AY doctors,tat her un. She lookS weU now. S
I. m fattening rather Alter doctors up her L&
/: tl or stuffing, of "She"welL the ran
.. .: ... -. Net and Important Opinions Palm. ease she tried Dr.Pierce's 'Favorite iietnnpSfeSiEwsSSS-
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.7 .. S 10 tion'and began to get
... 1. 0 a 0 Dim TOPICS OF INTEREST REATIVE' Somebody is with making "Whooping-cough a highly contagious SUOCISSFULLY that she hAdn't felt :
.. j 0 11 ( TO & credit fever the entire but CAN :J I
:; -8.!.. ...: 1 10 0t t8 FARM AND GARDEN. : good scalding affecting system, TREATED? I -
: 0 0 hog
r, V/ _It._ 'ta: t 5 _(MO '. butchering day-on the, farm. He specially manifesting itself in an innam.mation Dr. Borgeon, a leading French doctor, ha I

..Tt 4tsiie fOr the Mp'.aid fit*ceati Light and poses the use of a hogshead set uprightin .. of.the bronchial tubes and a spasmodic a new treatment for consumption I I raised from the dead,atmost' Thus thl nod-- HATKESVILLE, IT. ;J.ft; K
each t.b ia rt bl.eroD!- fo In the Heavy *Hay. place of a barrel leaned over, and a cough occurring in frequent par- He gives an enema of cbne acid ana I sand atest the for prolapsus.ulceration. October 15, 1886. j
Special .for upon appli various rules for estimating l lever like "brysms. The whoop is due to the rapidcoughng. sulphuretted hydrogen latter female sIckne5 .
ga I mornIng
a1r to
t u well-sweep use for drop :
the offle the of leucorrhUt.
c .1' amount of hay in bulk the carrying the former every part ranceYoas E. T.
it te I to IAZEJ.TIXyWarren
t. says Cul ping the hogs into the water and raising This renders it impossible to and weakness of stomah. debIlity Ta.

; '' :. S nti. OX RATES. tfat variation not enough difference is them out..T4i,would be much easier the breath until the coughingends This lni, too, I directed at effects I I dieae. nervous protraton. general Dear Sir ".
.". I,A ::3., OD; .<._.. ......._.........$1 the condition when I weight cured depending the O and U1i the old way of sliding when the breath enters strongly -the cause remains undisturb by I ad PROFESSOR a1ectons. a silk ribbon hi a I was taken with
; i. : G exposure the barrel through the glottis, partially con- What this cause is ha HUOBU metallic a ver
hogs and 4
. 4 b1.ml .. .;.. .... to rain and rolling themabout sti pr. better than cold last
othercauseg. authority in severe ,_
t .&n The same tracted the ends in the highestpulnlonarY ,
*be psd invariably In adtU. sort It is better, too, because .there by spasm. I rarely hap Consumptives I IIf
will for -
: r o have much less in i. e.,the Brompton Hospital r. and tried cure we o-
: weight every
" .- on 1 laror of anybody. proportion i larger quantity of and less than six weeks; generally its run is a bad taste in t >'e mouth, -
r : to bulk after being dried out by a water sometimes months. As In Lndon Eng. yon experience color of skin l.el stupid had in the store, and could J
-C imB7nIcaiIoninj>on ail matters of Inter- cold i it will not cool as fast longer many a This every carries of from ""&&or yellow headache -
all lo winter. Hay that has been bleached a rule the aims to one-filth of the and drowsy.appetite unsteady.. trefeflt get no help. '
.; jeL1flsqm parts of the ut quantity in a barrel. physician merely palliate one-seventh to population are and nothing
.'F't1--1------------ by long exposure to rains will always be the symptoms guard against complications of England.Dr. I ordluines.you 'blioU and I had our village doctor
-- will arouse your actO
.', .Geireral Directory. light in weight, and be proportionately and abridge somewhat the Payne, iL D., M. R C. P., London, i strengthen up )your f"tem lr t I prescribe for me. but kept
I- = less valuable than its The Freedman's Savings Bank. at authority for this I "Oolden ) ; ('ovlrv" drugllsts
lel(8Di I
i even weight would tack. Says Dr. Fling: "It must getting worse. saw an :
of I
. ; -. .) l STATE OFFICER indicate. The soluble The Inter-Ocean same or a death error the canal at MenjwhaWw.
4 juices which give gives the following admitted that there are no means by obtains in America. I:;attempting to physician from Port
:'. ; on a
J. ..BaI..Cha1.,W.Jonw.XXATOB8,Penracola.: hay its g-.eatest value have been washed history of the Freedman's Saving : which the affection may be arrested." Dr. Payne also says that one-half the ttlnumbr sandbar.. a and 140-poand was captured.sturceon grounded_ Jcrvis, N. Y.. and he told .

; .BoLWJ1kInson Call,JacksoDTilie.Dlttrlot out by rains leaving an undue propor- The Freedman's Dank as A writer in the Lancet thinks that the of deaths from all other diseases of either sex h'Trevet Induced me he used Piso's Cure for '

: Fh, : tion of wooiy fiber. There is, besides, a purely charitable enterprise to encourage prevalent treatment has been directed too of this disease irritant in to the develop system!which Delicate, speedily and permanency cared. Consumption in his practice. -
nEJEIT TnI a consIderable variation in the and thrift the only require some Book ot uticnljirs 10 cents in stanp. Address -
r $ -.Hon R. U. M. Davidson, QnlncyA I. original frugality among newly much to the symptoms, instead of to the Dr. Hermann Brehmer, an eminent German Dispensary) Medical Association .

: DI.tctBon Charlca! Dougherty, Port, constituents of grass and hay, depend- liberated blacks. )Ir. Summer reportedthe cause. Hence the medicines prescribed authority says that consumption is 'Vord's str ct. Buffalo N. Y. :I bought a bottle, and

,. ._. ing on the character the soil on which chartering the bank, February 17, have simply had an anti-spasmodic and caused by deficient nutrition of the lungs, 6: before I had taken all of it
u. in Connecticut
CIRCUIT THERE are 113 farmers the
CURT: it is grown. Farmers on wet, mucky 1805 I and on the 3d df March, following, sedative effect-relieving the cough; but by poor blood. _. there for the
Frt Judicial Circuit-Don. W. B. Wood, At'jBopremeCourt These authorities cannot The "Legislature. | was a change
.' and overflowing land complain i became a law. was estabshed not caching the disease itself. During b disputd
Justice,&!llned thatli .Te'b4nk medical world recognizes them uric A Tribute American Ge *o. better. Then I got my employer
1 -A .'PwdM. ,New .L Crcnlt their large.crops of hay do not pan in t'h banks a severe epidemic of whooping-cough acid is tho irritant in the blood that causes Were tie rcc(nt awards at Liverpool and Ed- to order a quantity

: .u U. S. well when brought to the weighing to the number of thirty-four were (afterward he noticed on several occasions a marked the development of the seeds which Dr. inburgh of silver mcda's to beaburll & John- of the medicine and
. I. e"le ; Attorney, Northirthern scales. Timothy grown on such has ) located in different parts of the alleviation of the symptom, nnd then at Brehmer says ho dormant in the blood. fon, Pharmaceutical Chemists a-1, proprietors keep
soi it in stock. I took -.
.. : coirsc hollow Every particle of blood which passes through of Her son's Capcine Platers1itese p>asters one
stems, with Union. The institution was authorizedto other times marked This
< :: proportion a aggravation. the and heart also through are endorsed by 5,000 plivsHans) andpharraclsts bottle and
hiugs more Cough -
vWe. U. C. \\il on.Tilla- goes my
huMa1 Clerks, Northern of leaves. Such soils are often receive the deposits of negroes, and led him to suspect some powerful atmos- the kidneys, and if they are in the least deranged as the only reliable external cured.
'It: _I'eneleol deficient in mineral fertilizers, and a : invest the sae stocks, bonds, pheric fiuence at work. On consulting they cannot rid the blood of its ki-i remedy for coughs i olds, rhenm.it ism, drc.
Beware of nostrums advertised by
,, .J rax PIS IRICT: dressing of phosphate when the land is Treasury notes, or other securities of the his charts he found that the former con- lug pison The thousand little ; I ruau Kcsjiectfully,

4 & in December. seeded makes the crop better and the United States. It wa not intended toe dition corresponded to a high percentageof of the kidneys very easily get Piso's Remedy for Catarrh h ajrteeablo to FlIANKPISO'S .

It1 1 Talllt Monday in February. hay richer and heavier. Still this coarse b a money-making conce.n, either for ozone in the air, and the latter to a blocked up and diseased; ana when they-de use. I Is not a liuuid or a snuf. ft*'. ,

k1 Pee C.a f it Mond11n Mach hay is salable and docs not exhaust the bankers or depositors, but to provide for very low percentage. Ozone being a they corrupt disease instead may of exist purifying, and yet the no blodKidner pain CURE FOR

. t3 f Hon.Tboe.: 'lc COUBT,JacVfonTille-Northern District: soiL as does hay grown on upland.' This the safe-keeping of the r'reedman'ssavings. natural antiseptic (preventive of putrefaction occur in that organ, because it is deficient innerves Suffering Womanliod i CURES WHERE ALL ELSE rAlLS.

c. 4 R. Jactsonville, U. K ,Judge. may be one reason why the bulk of hay The government did not ), he at once commenced to treat of senation. 4 nest Cough Sru. Tastes good use

: W.). Bid Jaianle. Atorney.. sold] is grown on low, mucky and over- guarantee the safety of the bank-- his patients with antiseptic medicines, Dip your finger in acid every day and it Too much effort cannot b mad' t bring I In time. Holdbydrnggiste.CONSUMPTION.

: vision Philip WAr. Cleric, EM tern Di flowed lands.Unnatural. though the negroes were generally taken internally. The result was very soon festers and is destroyed. Send acid-pi. to the attention of suffering womanhood the.
soned blood through the lungs
: P. C.WilouTallahep8fe.Clerk Middle Dlvlsfon.fF. -- made to believe that it had favorable. The method was confirmed and they soon give way. ever ,, great value of Lydia E etabl4 e __ __ -

'I'' .C. Bnmpbreyi V ,Pentacola, Clerk, Western* D- Cravings. s done so-nor did it take the proper precautions by further experience, proving satisfactory II 'J he Biompton Hospital investigationshowe L Compound a a Pinham'sf of: __ NTS T7-S -
: Slo' Professor Arnold in the Xew York to*secure honest management. in almost 1 that .; cent of the victims of
, : .* i'nnl} says I every cac. pr women. Such an one i the wife 0'Gnem i Q 3:2 w
& TrJiune The As number me cousumj.tion: afliicted with deranged
t : habit of 01
r. lEutem Divlalon-Jack aonville a gnawing old a consequence, a
,first Monday ID of Winston, N. C., anckwe quote
4 -''Deesmber. i bones, bits of wood, and various othernonratable trustees, who were also implicated in low to Prevent Diphtheria.The kidneys, which permitted the uric acid poison Barringer Th. Great Nursery of
R4. t> main in the blood and irritate from the letter follow .
., )1 Dlmlon-Taa ie, fint In ] things is of other financial irregularities, were first and most essential for thcr Generals a "Dal
. ; Mond I frequ.nt occurrence many agents luug=. This nile acid is always fighting Mrs. Pinkham: Please allow me >add my: PERGHERON HORSES.
I lel."n Divlalon-Pensacola, first Monday In I in herds of cattle, but much oftener enabled to take complete control of the for preventing contagion are cleanliness, vital organ, and if there be any inherent

) C :. .Xa in mUch cows. and oftener in old dajry bank, and manage it to suit their own pure air. and sunlight. These arc na weakness, in the lungs it inevitably causa testimony to the most excellent jaediciiial 200 Imported Brood JEiresOl

J -: ,: STATE OFFICEJS.'sF I I districts than elsewhere. Also, hand interests. During the nine years of the ture's great antiseptics. For the first pneumonia. cough and consumption. qualities of your Vegetable Compo nd Mrs Choicest Families.LAUGENUYIBEILS.

.. .' Governor-Edward A. Jtr.TaUahls and horses sometimes dcl'ghtjfjKating: "bank's existence. handled no less than great essential, cleanliness, our local The real ause of pulmonary troubles! being Barringer was treated for several .years for.

Atoe1-njrl Tullahaosee. 'i dirt, and children $50,000,000 of deposits. Then it suspended Boards so authuriati'oly shown to be faulty even I what the physician called LeucorrJicea and ,
'olle. exhijjj j nlfjtng for Health seem: to have but little ( action of the kidneys, All Ages,both Sexes,
.. Sltror-tte-oh: L t'awlord Tallahas- chalk or charcoal, which, it is supposed, payment, and a committee of regard. If they would spend onehalfthe explains why, in order to master the dreaded I Prolapsus Uteri tombined. I s|it her to IN STOCK.SCO .

; .'. .: -. :ee.Conjptroller-W. D. Darnel Talabufee they cannot digest. The cause of such Congress was appointed to invvcstpatc time in cleaning the back alleys that consumption, one must rid the blood of the Richmond, Va., where she remainffor &ix

," :t-'.1 d Truurr-E 8 Crlll.- ) 'falahlPe.Lang, Tallahxstee. unnatural hankerings is doubtless a disturbed matters. It found that the bank had they consume in magnifying the few uric acid irritant which inflames and bUrl months under the treatment of an eminent

: ;:. ..'. '. .. CommIssioner Lands and Iwmlgton- condition of health, but just what been scandalously mismanaged, its charter isolated cases of diphtheria, the original there up the is lung nothing substance.equal to that For great this purpose I physician without any permanent, benefit
: 'Mitchell,
p Talahauee. Instroctlons j I i specific thing occasons; the disturbance regulations ignored, and its funds invasion of an epidemic might often be Warner's safe cure. The remedy spcifc. She was induced to try your medicine, and

-I.,- ":.x. ..' S se'l' ,TaUalitsi I'ubtc J. Bos- 'I is not, to far as I am aware, positively dissipated by loaning: on inadequate se- averted. "Prevention is better than the favor of medial men all over the world I after a reasonable time commenced to improve ?
: : : -' Commissioner of known. The that it is most curity. By law, the investments of the on its We have no doubt that t
. '; ImrlgaUon-A A Ioblnlon fa1 com cure, but after the epidemic has once purely lerit and is now able to attend her business
'alahlle' mon 'with in old districts bank were confined to securities kidneys in natural action, con- t j.--.
cows .
& BUTBZMB COUPT.' dairy government begun, the question naturally arises: how and considers herself fully rettemf.'I :; :
.4 1 and ,
gives rise to but this law was ignored, and sumptiou a great many other diseases, :- z'a
Jnstice-Geo. a suspicion that exhaustion we limit its ? The first
O. MoWborter caused General the of -
clef ,Tallahassee hal ravages by uric acid, will not only [ Barringer i proprietor the
" /J. Ju.tleet'-eo. P. : from the and the funds used to aid the wild-cat b cure
It B.& JJaney,Tallahassee: soi consequently means to be thought of is isolation. The but will bo prevented. American Hotel, Winston, N. C., and ia i -T.
.,' "" 6 Valkenbnrgh,Jacksonville. I to some extent food, of certain chemes of the "ring" and their friends.nimproved patient, ought, if p ssible, to be placed When the kidney is healthy, no albumen widely known.] ,-

:r *** ." PUBLIC LAUDS-U. S.Lands. mineral matters whMi enter into the U real e titc, unsalable stocks m an upper front room that is Ught and appears in the water, but albumen is found %az'Ju5.Mla_

. & >t& .Land office, GaJnesrille-M. C. Tucker, R lte. composition of milk, notably phosphates (such as that of the Maryland Frcestoi.c niry, and all but adult members of the i in the' water__,.._of_ more:__, than half of those who to IOO PORTED ANNUALLY

STATE IKDS. and not.ash, may be the principal cause. Mining' and Manufacturing Company family excluded. Xo children should be 'This V*."VU"UlJ, IUl the: condition of things that COCKLE'SANTIBILIOUS. from I'erchvron FrancA Stud*ll Books-nrcoixled The with Pcrcberon extended Is pedlgvreain the only draft ths

"J Land office, 'llee L. Mitchell, Com With this view some dairymen are in alias the ".eneca Stone Company", and permitted to be exposed to the contagion.All always precedes consumption: First, weakened brrrd of Frxnce pox ewinif a ftnd book that has UMvupm
: missioner. >rt and endorvment ot the French Cov.rnment.
:: ::' -. the habit of feeding their cows at short personal notes, were among the assets of unnecessary furniture should be removed kidneys; seond, retine uric acid, Send for O-paga Catalogue, llluitraaons by Eass

. -I intervals with bone meal and wood ashes he bank. Deficits and embezzlements and, far as possible, proper poisoning th3 blood; thir development PILLSI Ifoafceur. M.W.DUNHAM

'CUTY as a remedy when they show a tendency at the'branch banks also produced many germicides should a be freely used. of disease in the the irritant acids Wayne, DuPage Co..Illinolfc

OFFIEUS to unnatural cravings, and it is claimed l asses. The unsecured debts owed I assing through then Then there is a little THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMED Y
t4 The rules for disinfection -
Connty ;'-T. R. Richard. following as ccugh in the morning; soon thick, yellow --i -
. Clerk of Circuit(' I F. Tork. with good effect; but my cows would he bank to depositors July 13, bY'' given Key Notes, matter is spit up, followed by loss of flesh For Liver contain Bile Indigestion etc. Free 'rom Mercury

;;_, Tax Sheriff-IT. W. RpprD.urt-I. never j.artake of such diet. If there be mounted to $-VJOO,000. The simple Gatchel's perhaps as good as any Ire: very and strength, with dreadful night sweats; Agent; : C. N.! oaly I'lin''"/g.tblo, NeW Inr. 'dlenu.
. Tax C'oIlector-B.* Wltnrlht ; any truth in this idea it would be better which realized more than was expected, For and when the patient goes to his school '
-I ; .. fupcrlntcndeot of Schools-R. W. now]:np;. to supply the soil with the etlicient elements ] yielded nearly $1,700,000. Dividends 1-dr.sick; Oxalic room:acid Potassium, 1 dr.; mix permanganate and- physician which his for stomach help. he is put on cod liver oil, A PITIABLE 4
I ; ". Coatty C.GmmIstouens-L. WIikov ki, M. ,since it would J have been various times but also by uric SIGHTjJL
: .M. : J.Me improvethe growth paid at moisten with twice the quantity (by bulk) of acid in the blood, cannot Because rla. I Ito
.". V.emth., U BctseJey, John S.Andrews and M. of crops, while it would cure the disease t many mal depositors through ignorance water; in two hour add a mnl quanttymore there is no pain present digest kidneys, 1 LIttle Child Scarcely Three Tear Cfi Drawn is.- I I'One'to

1-;- '. by removing the cau;c. Bone meal and despair, forfeited their dividends of water. It will ozne the patient does not think they are affected l, oat of Shape by Inflammatory Bbeanu.tlsm. Ten

,' ,I. -. ..:- CITY. f'ICXR. potash have a very happy effect in sweetening by not calling for them. In all enough for a large room, and it i a active but the kidney acid is doing its work every rall''our new plan- jJH I
minute ROCHESTER N. Y., May 18l88<5.Pardee ,burdensome to I
'4a '' disinfectnt hour, day and night, and by-
&. Msyor-.Z.A. forage as well as 7OOO dividendsamounting to ever '
_. KagbL crops increasing $112,000, water: Add sufficient permanganate and-by of the lungs has advanced Medicine Co., 'amount you can safely I

: ::. :afb.Il nWaIL their prowtli! and it has often been were thus forfeited. The cost of "wind- of potassium to render it slightly I until pus is developed, then come hemorrhages GENTLEMEN:-We desire to Ex .ess our I I age:Fall ansi,with occupation.forms,etc.Die. I

Tn" U..O..i.iir' noticed that where land is rich and forage i ngup" this bank was $475,000. For pinkish in strong light, then filter. and at last the glassy stare which denotes feelings of gratitude for the great :"Icssiirgreceived [cel tof stam;). opostals

,. ,T.W.t.. crops luxuriant the bone-chewing ome years three bank commissioners: For retiring closet drins and water- that the end is near! at your hands in restoring to us IW7LY m C o

-.'"'-;. ,At) 1_, orn' mch1a J. M. Trnby Tatc habit seldom prevais. Of all the cows were employed at a. salary of *:\,000 pips: ".>. .. A post-mortoin examination of such cases in perfect health, our little three icaroldson .. I Rr'.,lniril l5lrK-lc. Cnt.tl ictti
1ohnt n. '.", \I I have watr. 2M gallons. shows that the terrible uric acid IOIHCIKKATI,OHIOJ
had -
- .a I care tis > of iin- ach. But in 1881 I the affairsof hs who for weeks has JififillJfcJW
._ .. _. I Febrar. Coppra..... .. 4 pounds. destroyed the substance of lung. yTnTat
- .-,-?>,.-..---. --- >>-.- I natural craving have been infrequent, the bank over to the .,'. ... 4 pounds.Especially It is impossible to cure lung when sufferer wit2nmator rheumatism. r --

\* : g phyflickn of the i and the few that occurred were best re Comptroller of the currency, at a great useful in typhoid fever, dysentery the blood is poisonedwithum-ic dias 1i\Wt nnd ar badly in

'mi 1 lieved by a liberal use of wheat bran. saving of expenses. etc..a welL i ? m? r An. -,-_- .=Jdc famed so out of shape that we Percheron
.School,'toy* the Boa- For drin' ditebjesTand sewers: Dlsln" Tymrriace for unair makers. he would never again havatheuseof

'\L1 idea with_ ] CUM0"cTTime. _One_ _pound. is. sufficient Last winter them but thanks to Dr. Pardetfa excellent Horses.
the of play- Farm and Garden Xoto The Life of "Luuu." when living in the City of ;
pr- Hiss Annie I Cowboys .l. Ul luuuaauu gttiiuua 01 rDng swer- Mexico, I tried to buy a better chair than remedy, he is now entirely] free from Large and complete
Irregular mitch Time was, and not fttvkot Imported stallions -
COplad feeding cows is sheer lonff-n-.go""eitlier, age.For pain and has free use of his hands and
loss of time that the whc ? washing clothing: the one assigned me in my room at themiddleclass and mares,of all
of and cowboys
in fact is
student material they received arms; in better than ever -iges. over 173 prize
I Sulphate zinc.. % ounces. hotel heath
where I
I Surgeons, and at the I Good, sweet wheat is the best grain their pay after tb
for chickens, and as cheap bound.ta, go Miles City and blow it in at Hot water.......... 1 gallon. my dismay, furniture. erformed almost a miracle and blheve it llous guaranteed breeders
- out an old score he a any. : Soak man wanted me to $10 for a chair !!o be the best >ullllool stock
-AiTe gambling dens, saloons, nnd other the clothes twelve hours, then wash. pay on earth and reconuaend it
N1 :: aait her. His plans I'I The old notion that fredin.w. disreputable places, Cow-punching is at; Heavy clothing, blankets, etc., to be which could be bad almost anywhere in I to any nicted with rheumatism. la ra>-onled I'errheroa with pedigree itud
tM: out and apples to cows vvili scotch the a business disinfected should be the United States for $2.00. I spoke to, We very truly yours, tO-.k'L I guarantee to
tough and and
.r. every I flow of milk is best very ful of opened cx- i flrst-cliis utock**
the lady 'I "crionous one. to life and limb, and piy is I j osecl. Close the room as tightly as our :Minister about it one day by chance, M. dr, U. KEI n 'o v or lower than any
i rfbck when he Importer In the U.3. Station tnilnnre on Southern
& Breeding
need muscle rather small and stulf all explained to me that the duty on -
by no means adequate, and[ possible; cracks, and paste CrutrtllC. JOHN \V.AKI>. .
a case of fracture I j I than.'rat the latter means a loss of after the round-up there follows a long paper over key-holes. Place sulphur in the cheapest of chairs was at the rate of Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured 1>. o. flux 3(1. &tclplo .Y.-,.

*; atonihe9 iJtrr"'"energy, i not health and vigor. period of enforced idleness, during: iron pans; set on bricks in wash-tubs $CO per dozen. DR. HAIR'SASTHMA -

A ered th onl of I Every animal craves salt, nnd must which they are given food and lodging: containing a little water. Ignite it by Let some few enterprising young American GEicTLE.riIT-I ROME. N. Y.
give the fol
.r "confident. her have a certain amount introduced into only by the ranch owner. The average; aid of hot coals, or a spoonful of alcohol mechanics or carpenters act upon. this. lowing testimonial: I have used Dr. Pa.

the i I its system to enable it to thrive. cowboy was wont to turn up after his I poured over it and ignited with a match. Go town to the capital of Mexico and L dee's Rheumatic Remedy and I can truth! -
n of
dignity the !
t'f The National Swckmrt says ensilage semi-annual spree with a very large head L Hasten from the room, and keep it closed furniture. All the fertile valleys of fully say it is the best medicine I have Han ab oluteiy cured tens of thonRainU. -

had aopted On ar is better than the same sta'k: dried, just I and not a cent in his pocktt. Of late, for twenty-four hours; then open win Mexico are lined with willow All]L LP ever taken. I tried doctor tat j many R E- '1 lie only Axthuia Cure and
indicated, she as a ripe juicy apple better than a however, the boys have taken a tumble to dows wide, and air it thoroughly. Fora the little mountain streams come tumbling preparations, but they me no goot l lS world that will,r >8.tl\cl/ kno.tn rJi -ntlycura to the medical Anth-

find her patient j dried one.Butter. i themselves and are saving the'r money. room ten feet square, use two pound' down through lanes of little willow trees. This is the remedy that has cured toe ( L will mn i a'i><* onid liar In Fe>M or. Unquesslonabte! evidence '

old t b Professor Arnold So' common has the economical spirit be- of sulphur, and for larger ones a porpor- Take a hint from one \ho knows the lall; I inflammatory rheumatism. I wouil like; Jilt. It. W. IIAIK my ,aje J W.4th ireadge i.t..Uinclnnall.O.srnt free. "

years apparently says takesnothinfroni come among them that Miles City has I tionate and Home. well and go down there and make I tel who are troubled with it, that
the quantHy.-Ilealh '
soil which the
cxcrutiating pains. affects fertilization seen this its low chairs surest and cheapest cure for WELL
in the that wheat and year quietest season. p ware, especially. The only them to buy. Yours DRILLING C
she discovered other crops do. Most of the wboys looked upon A Remarkable Cripple. possible thing that could interfere with L BENJ. J.respectfully BASEOTELDER., tfachfLtry for W>1| of anj drplh,from 20 to 3,000 fed
their coming to Montana to herd certain fortune ] for Wafer.Oil or bag. Our Mnimt-d Steam
that of cattle jour would be a revision DrIlling and
a Portab
b leg. A teaspoonful of spirits of turpentine as the mistake of their lives. The glow- There recently ded! at Potsdam, St. of their laws. And this I do not GuarouU-ed ItorMl'iiwrrMncbineiscttuwurk toilrill fjoirrnnd with htwpowrr in 20Dunote&than

and without showing I in a pint and a half of cornmeal is con- lug stories of thrilling adventure and Lawrence county, Richard Donovan, think tarf to take place. Mexico i is; John Adams, of Engine House Nb S. rock ctlirr 20 5)HiN-rlully OOfrtt.adapted F.inner ti> dnl iriy-iVrlU,In earth aoT or

: her discovery, she sidered one of the best remedies for sudden wealth cowboys' life, who was in some respects one of the most trying ]hard to inspire home industry with; Rochester, N. Y., was confined to IBs bed to bn.lne.550 ?fr day with our mnrhmrry nmlotlier and aremaklnjr t ol* Splendid$55
: i gapes when fed to chicks. whic'i remarkable men in northern New York. with inflammatory rheumatism. II* s for\\inter or Humnirr. 5e art the oldest nnd
the coverings, said she young are common in the East, are in life and healthy action; and "protection"is three used Unrwt Slnnnfnrriircn In HIP hns'rers Send 4 eentB la

splints and According to experiments made at the most cases responsible for their entering Twenty years ago, when !boy, Donovan far more likely to be than is bottes Pardce's Remedy and etampstorllluatraU-aCataloi.'ue Pierre Well H. ABDnEsa.
bandages, lived in this and encouraged to be about. Can walk Excavator Co..ew York.
: Pennsylvania State soiling : the guild, but the reality is city worked in a four set aside with!
Colege. rye quitea as things now out crutch
immediately. She mill. One he stand.-Joquill or cane. lIe says: "it is the
different day was in
yields twenty tons per acre of matter. Many of the caught a best
green eco
Id: with her some small crop, and pasture grass seven and a hal nomical ones have been enabled by their: and received injuries that necessitated "lilcl' ____ lug it remedy to every on eah.one see I a that recommend I tired Ladles looks t and Those feelings dull

and brads, with which tons. savings to return: to their Eastern taking off both arms at the shoulders. Chinese Quail. with i afilictcd l speak volumes 1 This
I I, The best homes. This great misfortune did rheumatism. i Remedy corrects oil con
soils not discour-
also the
are Five
hundred of for
to the
repair tho frac- small Chinese quail]L you druggist Dr. Pardee's ditions, restores vigor
best for mutton and it is that People who have not been age him, and after recovering his health Kemcdy, take and
j necessary through the from the Swatow district have been imported Dd no other. Price, fl vitality and brings
: surgical operation I'I the land be dry, for damp soils are fruit bad lands have but a faint conception of he set about earning his livelihood as here and distributed in per bottle, six bottles, f 5. back youthful bloom

,a performed i a remarkably short ful causes of such diseases a liver rot, the utter desolation and worthlessness of best he could without the use of hand on the ranches of gentlemen interested lots of 100 Medicine Co.. Rochester Y. 4 :; and Jlrpaml beauty.at Dr. Druggists.-

space of time, and the injury left the fluke and foot rot. a cowboys' ht>me. He is roasted in sum: or arms. Part of the time he had lived sporting. in y. S Letters nrvsAKT.of Inouirr ISmphamton.N.Y.
t They are not than answered.
\ heajing' process of Nature. She quietly A correspondent of the English Farnt'ra' mer and frozen in winter. The lands can L alone, and from the necessity ,ot helping the size of California and are : ie. : Guide to UejJtaSentFree).
himself he became some-
never be used for in quai
Gaette but adept
I the necessary directions informed asserts that five pounds of anything grazing, wonderfully what smaller than England
gave and the performing all
distances his quail
white therefore using
common beans fine are
ground and fed some-
tne man that he would all right in half doses : thing immense. One feet and mouth principally. lie owneda They are rapid flyers and it takes a good GET
b pound of bran twice daily pecularity of the shot to bring them down.-San ( ) HOP PLASTERS 3'
i a day or two, and that her bill was will cure the worst case of bloody milk. country mnkcs rapid riding 'a very difficult horse of which he took the entire care, Letter. Frn THE |Are npertortoaUotherpKwtanb

$25. I is scarcely necessary to say It is recommended that to preventcows not to say dangerous, u undertaking. harnessincr it.' fastenint and unfastening PO B CST.I ItafrproperUess cause ctthiz soothing virtue and otfreatt pain-kill-hops I
the buckle
The earth is \\ teeth and
I so friable that a tiny water- (lovewIth Yon {'n&tRend This baIsamOndIICnIIOCk.Noachea.rtrato.1
that the fee was not forthcoming the or steers from jumping over fencesa I I rheumatic,neuralgia .
course the reins tied around his wlt.out wishing tT m\estigate if you pain stiff muscles,aching!
speedily cut for itself 1 back ,
horseshoe be nailed to of the wi a deep jour address 1a or aide crick,kidney trouble sore chest I
one forefeet to Hallett or
mater being treated as a good joke. which the gully ," as it is calhd, the ders. Being in need of a wagon, he Portland. Maine, and you will receive&free Co.,, Ir.. ". .t -.I. E"p u. I[anddea.. sharp pata can long resist their mmgio-Otinn. -
Next .__.__ .__ ,prevents hoof from depth of bought wheels and axles information The safet A wonderftistrengthener.Of drugglsta2se.
.- morning !oweverMis CoP ana u con .which when filled with snow. and built fnt live abut work that you can do. neatet Cllckest. an I ISfixrfl. )t.ailed: free. Uop Plaster Co
: ""':*, land lclurg. cquenty renders me. is entirely A horseman : a box buggy complete and painted it. ard at hoir.e. you are located,at Lumbago, RheunlatRm.lJeulsy. htJ Boston.
appeared on scene with a constable animal unable to spring.An problematial whlrh you can recee: from $5 to $i' and and aU achel ant pains. cld the
who rides He went to the barn one winter and wards up by
day Some have dana Jndoll
'-. and, much t the chagrin of the excellent mixture of hay for all ness may suddenly find himself reckless-at the built a cow stable, sawing the lumber day. ilaiy.. not required earned; you over are$started O Plastr. promptly Uruggist ot niIve the 'sod rput.5,011 Bn-on's YII-. One Agent! (Uerchant only)wanted In every townfofAlthoush I

; '.*..$Ofl of Esculapius, collected her fee. I with classes of stock is one-third (lover hay bottom of a six or eight-foot coolie, with with his feet, and with the hammer in ltte free.: fortune Al is new.await Both alt workers.If sexes;all. ages. Snug ar plattr absolutely and greasy u>!ea.sulyls.Bewa Inlnl'utA cur imitation whfr IOton'"thEr!
; would timothy redtopvhich is much his horsemen one foot and holding the nail with Ilm lar sounding names such '
seem the top of him and the ueln." a. T
i gradu.1 no of have "Capslelne." "CapllU"'tder
that young better than either alone way you tumor. (or tumor a are 'iU
one the symptoms
other and
he nailed '
getting'out of it-if the boards on well Cancer intended to deceive.
; of Medical School wish is he happens to be a a (or cancer s"Ptoms.Srfulat) "KB AsK Foa sitZ, '
at mow complete in food elements. las, iiOOThgs.R. All dmgglMS s:
he could
with his hands. AS\
alive He
.s -save dug a well alt.Rheum ,
w 1 get ahead of the lady students of It should be fed with an allowance of. or the stream through tunneling the up snow.to the Then head twelve feet deep on a farm in this town MALE ness UEMEPY will weaklesses. ervous" FE SEAURY a JOH.So.-hoprletr yew Y
: .. j: .the College of Physicians and Sur- ground grain also. one of your broncho's feet is likely and stoned it himsel. He could mow correct and cure. GAINESVillE 5g.Ume.i. clsnr.as large I could since not I put have In your Tanslil'a: Punca" t ,
GLCE' FLORIDA believed
4. :v*"geons, they would have to rise very The Montreal \\itnets\ says: "The not to sink suddenly two feet a down intoa a! away hay by fork under his na, Glass, A\'ood.mends Free anything Vials at!Drugs Broken&Chi.Gro 50x115/in the vTilMWKllll sp tfnlly. WM.3LlUizDrugirl8t.It. ChicagoAdJre Yours re-/

average yield of butter in' to' coyote's ; he is chin and ]letting it rest against his shoul west of Rue gjt.jv, TA?>SirJi, A: CO.t Chla .
: i4 early, and, use more brass than Miss dairie3 a gd going at a furious I afictedihofe e-eue Dr.Isaac hnrch !!. ,
of fifty cows'i ,Kesult] der. He would pick Tomol ralttlf"
: in
I pace.. : His leg off up potatoes tho sell atc. Lands
: : Copeland did i reducing the 'fracture 200 pounds a COW;:in [14jkJ- ., lk pin*stem, and you are shot snaps through field as fast a a man could dig them. He : pr btt Ro GnErlJarlna.' ,"{001'Dry Healthy,bean- FRAZERLE
i ; of the wooden leg. 2.: 0; and a dfrywhIc l-*-* would dress omicalVlnter thp rlace for
: his t-on.
r .. apoint far beyond, and picked himsel. get meas! ,write Prepare Home or tor a perjiauens al ,
: Manj Curcs
.' dred : S. .lead than alive. The water is his: letters, fact, do almost any- foS'pring have of Throt and Send Lung and NeroD'AelUemrul.Coinulaints BEST IN THE WORLD S E
: Dlde.
t"-w- a I : for t.u ec -
best fLr I ir with alkalj nd scorches thing that any man with two arms could I I none to early to be a County*'. ".map,viJla-e plot and circular i stP I py Uet the Genuine. Bold ETery wherai
.' .VEBITIUXG that represent :: I. do. He was for ind the first 1.JU..US.. (:alpyjll..
Mra !. you swalo" There is engaged some time with thing whch receive atten FlA. Ptoo'n Remedy for Catarrh Is tt.
Cleveland, the President's wife, seems recommended Iff" ,".and. to get.- Thomas Collins, of Potsdam in the sale lon f your own sy tm If yon hare not been well THlSTflffSSITOOTHPOffDEfl Beat,Easiest to Use,and Cheapelt

), to Lave interest incrcasingthcgrO' Fen of buggies and sleighs, and has hiring the winter,have been troubled with
wq. to the millions of til i i : lately wit rheum or other Ifaa
German chetnubficlal fo ,....'... pt."Barmless been engaged in buying and selling hides humors of the blood, Keeplnl -- Perfect. and Hum. llealtht'owuHi A A
4. t Her a : purify the blood by taking YOload ..._
. : people i th country. photographs fort: _v. 'as SIl>posed. and pelts. By his industry and frugality will then that HO's SsPat VEAL CAlVES, POlLTfty FINE- BrTTJI. -

i are sold everywhere, and the terdinth 'Q .... : .. Ohio he succeeded in amassing a which 1 so elal prostrating and! often tid feeling about Dig A ton a day wanted at the Also(rood for Cold In the Head, .
.: pr .. .ei" ton a young reporter snug lte unaccountable prnt to shippers. For Wa Headache,H Fever.
; address y
In J. < c. 50
. photographers tell me they ride to one iltr : forne city papers attended an property-owned a house and lot, the spring,months. Do not put off taking a tons blJ Ii.'s 1aA-Ave.,lironklyn, .Y cents
a mae Save all p .. oyster was worth in al! about $2,000.Wate liable medicine but take Hood's Sarsaparflla before re toSS a day. Samples worm-- -'- I DR.
J money by them. An enterprising plastercast supper given by .thje ladies of a It II too late. 15 Lines not under the horse's 1 FEES vILT.zAIls':

: molder has.made a small bust after the orchardf/Nkre. f17'ad church society..The youth-was waited tJt(v Y.) Times. "I take Hood's Sarsaparilla for a spring medicine, }jII\S J 8 SAfari Raza teet. Addres. I V Indian witleura Pile Ointment

. the a.he over the'pRnred ground liberally upon the prompt fidelity due to and I fnd just the on James low, any ea of Itch- .3
witliat Itlredintr
h'o I
tones In I'lprutcl
the Wg I up FIRMS RtverVa Clarm005 or
first lady i the Jad and they and Harrow the ground welL This I his exltd station. The young man A Grand Army post at La Harpe, ILL, nd makes me feel a different Tnin.my jry system wife ___Colony.J.F.iUA C'rear rfen. for Pile.Piles'. CURE only. [Physfran.(flAlttNTEED.) Protruding rrcpared 's.
: aboat the ashes With owns an acre of from takes It for and she Claremont ." jare by express, pyepaid. ..
A city Washington incorporates the soil, and L hisappreciation of this kindness timberlanl which from dysppi derives great benefit )[ 8'J. I'rk e per box. 5Oe.anti $1. Soil

1- !or a price; but the new Govern assists in inducing chemical changes and I by publishing next .day a half-column its members the soldiers' widows I i It says C. Tram 1 the bat medicine she ever arsiHissfWhy I by dr.ig5its or mailed. !F'tin(_ (TtCcipt:0.. of price by the
8 of that tk.-Fn.uB Hook eleveIg5nd.
: merit, the formation of plant food. There is a article on 'The Church Festival Oyster," vicinity with firewood in cases oJ Boston &Ladder No 1 Ohio.ASTHMACURED

.- has)a Washington correspon large portion of lime in wood ashes as I containing all the time-honored witti- need. FrlenSllct,. .Marriott,Lowell.> Masf P e tOSOldlenl&Xfefrn lump

r et gone into making likenesses wel as potash. 'j.cisims! that have been Jianded down to :ure of tick headache, which she .wucmpJetelJ enslons. for&cicular.. Snd IU..u !
Commissioner or Dee Is for all the States, by Htod's hd -- WahIng Aathinj C.re uey f.j to .
:: "ris"generation that. glv.
fa mitr Of the White House A Western farmer advises on subject A com- Mr. G. F. Reardon Baltimore, Id., writes SanaparUa.I WANTED Immelatell.100 SalumeD. S'rlabla ti.dia..!erp; Cff'CtS reLief is the wnrt caiea, ina. ; ;-
of bVS
.Etringng twelve $11 .
: : The a mltte bank notes, seed corn by tying the cars (. ite his young on that he suffered for a Irn;tim* with rheuma Hood's Sarsaparilla Fln: .!% & (:,(Outft Free. AddrlU.G.oi P.I $1.OOor triii eo'rnnce.DreI.is., .mn.t Uept.cal. Fiji-a OthCII 60 CSs.fSL sad A '

, : ,.. then they husk in some pace! where the gram can I lodgings shortly after the ap t m.whl h yielded: to no tr.atment uitil haapplcl i I Fold ty all : G urserymcn! rg .. Y. orb7..IL Sample YRE 1r 4IVIhi
to tho United dru5ffl.it c\J E FREE
; : !
Ce b pearance of the on the St. Jacobs Oil. 'i; sIx for ICI To Introduc.Senil
v .with coal smoke. The paper street, took C.L 1' full ad
HOOD Iepre mEdl,1
<:States. I him IJ' 4 CO..Apothecaries. tly t Favorite Co..
into ,
Jerey C1ty-.J
Truu. chopped and II a smoke-house tied
4 ade m up odor, he says, repels squirrels and worms I him to a A DrLNES? In crime thiouehoat England! is 100 Doses One Lwen JI OPIUM habit Cured.: :
- ;-" : ," : pulp, and is fjom the seed. The seed postt read the article to him and then revealed by comparisons of ihe ollcial reports Dollar }LUMANa TrEatment CO. sent On.tri
". : -4nto shapes thi molde eatng comE 'deluged him from head to foot with for the last two 3 e" In ls o->6 the Layeu". :
T0u ad for up plants grow more'vigor- bucketful a of commitments was 147,632, 12OJii less numlet --
t : Jitestdesjgnisa miniature ously, and ripen several days earlier than t oyster soup that had been the previous twelvemonth The a.eraE dilly'!
; but of is from seed left from the supper the evening before. prison pop ilation was 15,3 atamit 16bl9 in '
r Cleveland. not so
: ". .'. I takes $10,00' treated Rochester Democrat. 5 1 t8 __ ____ __ did the Women
Too is mistake
,: .t. bank notes to long feeding a common Er-Congressman Weaver,Postoffice ,
. ... mae one of the in fattening fowls for market. It takes: ," Department E WANT
; President's fair wife Professor Herzen has recently shown 'ah'ugtu. D. C., considers R d Sar: W YOU! _
... and each figure i. off the profits when a shorter time will L from Yivisectional ,. Ccush Cure a, remarkable remed.al: agent. i pronublo employment to represent
.. -.e "Made from in experiment the intimate contain dangerous narcotics, and I k county, salary$75 per month and us In,every
i- mutiat answer. kept a dark place and L relation costs of this !largo commission on sale If ercnse. r a
ir ;" States -bank Unit 'betwen touch, twenty-five. cents.OFthesevent country use over thirteen STery one buys. OutfIt preferred. C p5 _
: \'r notes or -10,000.- stuffed with all they can eat they will L and that an injury to the cortex of the -- million cakes of ( _STAMPAKD SILVEKWAKE and particulars CO. l Free., -- .

f \ e are sod for a price I tat n in twelve days or two weeks, and L brain that destrors the sense of touch in >-!5x members of the present Procter & -,Iu.
& and are f UniteS Sta es ignite thre Gamble's Lenox
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