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: November 5, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
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System ID: UF00086646:00039
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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iR.tur'I Sui:ts-of wonderfully rich gold dis A MOTHBR'S" .HEART. tude.' We all have g1vh moments, when hiding place with. a hand that had TEMPERANCE. 1 r NEWS SUMMARY. THReE SCORE- AND TEl4. '. .. I

_!< s in Alaska are being sent out by A stretch of level meadow land, the present recedes, and the past rushes gown suddenly unsteady. So faint I I am past my three score years and ten;

f from that By patches gray and brown between, into the vacant place with the force of a time-dimmed eharacter writ The Last Glass. I Eastern and Middln State*. I have quaffed full cups of blisS anit lane'
Inspectors, Save where long, intervening fields liberated tide when the dikes are opened.The ten a in the feeble hand of one in great A merry crowd, a careless throng. DCRISG the third quarter of the present Grown drunk on folly like other men \ J

1 -. --- Are brightened by the tender dike may have been a strong one straits of ine g'and so b'urred had the Where foaming glasses, jest and song i ye theref 1/.IW! bu"ine hiur- the W'ithits present sweet and after-pain; 0
The Government has commenced a suit green and high; it has stood through so many old man's eyes become that he had to Fie up the hou I I Unit tl with 3rete lahiltie or
Of early wheat-a rippling stream, There I have had my share of clotkl and sun; I
that we have the take the letter to the and rough ad men
years forgotten nearer
firm for may light
&; against a Boston manufacturing i Through sedgy banks, flows swift and fair, pent-up waters lying silent on the other then pause a moment. And fa fac Satan's boys, within that THE Volunteer easily defeit
importing five female operatives in viola- I And glimpses of a village dim, in'the second And concluding ra -c *
side. But nature never suffers wholly a HUGH: They have told me that I cot pwerOe America's cup-at New York. AVehave had our frolic, Life an'll; '

'tion of the statut which prohibits the Indistance'makesa, picture fair. divorce from that which has been, and live, and I know myself that I a dying. I came a often as the rest, .FIRE DAMP caused by in Bastcoljiery Jovial comrades we used t be. \

importation "foreign labor. Here on the edge,**lily pond, she has strange and unexpected touches can have speak injured now.- Him father whom-has the passed truth would : sha. _"flowing th reckless wine and air. jest, near Potbville.a explosion Fa., killed four Fui1toy.witaivrs y, ,
If my .
'Neath cwe foliage, lithe a palms, wherewith to raise the spell of sorrow Perhaps the telling of it can do no good away.now. ; As i pursued by fiends within persons and Injured eight other Aon dead calm and a sullen w'o.

:: A in Crete, NelL, prints the announcement And !coy like country maids, long exorcised, a weird power over dor- I it were to do again I would do it. But I He sought the place where drink and d ANARCHISTS from New York an I vicinity Now I fear the \\\c: s I hu .shore t
paper mant chords that soon banished attempted to hold a meeting of
care. '
catch reflected charms suddenly go vibrating you shall know it. My father had been guiltyof sympthj- With my tatter .ad bre' iv r.
th3t the of the Con Peeping t with their Chicago
pastor : backward untit they rouse a myraidechoes forgery. Only by my marriage to the .
In the blue mirror, flecked with white One night the glass was poured,. Union Hill,cQrtemt1 prevented by theauthorities. '
man who would settle
for in the upon me a large sum n5a w"r
Church will not preach a chambers of the dead. I hare worn Iove'atlower upon my :
gregational .
Amid the riot
A The riot act br5t
And there could he be I
the lustrous lilies lie, saved. That is all. could not song encor folowtl )
if Forsome time Hugh Leffingwell walkedto By was read, anil the the crowd, And said my prayers a woman's .
month under heading "Bully, In a soft drowse and tell you then I made you think of me ha plt t :
dreaming, hide a
I- dealt ineventeenthlics. and fro through the length and breadthof badly a you could because I was afraid of The poison almost finds breaking a number of heads on:I taking four The saints forgive us! I men addressed
"True. Possibly' that clergyman Their hearts of gold from curious When from his hands the goblet slips, prisoners. .
eyes. the silent library. All the house was myself. Goal-bye.. Perhaps you will never I Such orisons tc the heavenly Grace,

." I Sweet Christabel, with innocent brow, still. If the elves and sprites of the forgive me. But I loved you always.MIRIAM. I Without a word. JOHN BQT'LE O'REIIXT,the Boston editor,. They would upward mount. a strong birds
declares thaj ( a i is paid lo :
____ abroad :JIOt year
night their revels not
were were A oath air
My little maid, but twelve years old, *. muter -a dogged British spies on *Aml c do,
NT. Claus ; the great Stands "I more soundless than the subterraneous A sdden -a general stare- And answer bring from the blue
Sprct1tls sugni sin would fain, she says, of the blades of Stella came down to the loud and clear Two prominent Iri.-.h Home Rulers Arthur btven
refiner, be contemplatingthe "Find some one with a heart of gold up-pushing coming Wen t tabfe the gliding her He Ten me another glass; O'Connor and Sir Thomas Esmonde, both _
i reprt t. morning I have known the best that life can
members of the British I'arliamentarrivedin h014
experiment of growing beet root Like That these pure, fragrant lily bud grass.Presently the master of the house went young face was.wan: and the traces of asleepKss..i4 My nerves are Here's shaky-let to it p New Yorl a few days since, and ore maig Of fame and fortune,love an,I power.- J- -
at will in air and ; ight and tears were a in behalf of.the Home Rule
sugar in this country in one of the Central to a tall desk in one corner of the room. many And when my riotous blood grew ot1.I .
If I reach their garden marked in circles about her He lifted the glass again, .
claimed tl-a'' cud b and purple eyes. up movement cheered with boots the ho-.ir
States. is it with which he ;
I I'd make a wreath of them for you." unlocking a key She was a few minutes late, and she But set it doW faced the men THE Rev. Thomas K. l'echctof, Elmira, lin.erig .
the climate is similar to that in German'- extracted from ametal_ boxhe, drew from glanced toward the hearth where her 'o sat aund j i baa l en noripn-nted; for Secretary of i tate Bannuetinjon thecostly wino
I break a slender alder stem, the recess of a small drawer a second rug ..Boys,"and his voic wa hoar with dread, j by the National GreenbackLabor party inronvention AVhich CJenios pours from her flagons fin')
and Austria where beet root cultivatioi uncle stood with a nervous apprehension.To &
I cannot drink that he said- ik .
The waxen beauties draw shore, box-a wooden box of curious Oriental H\r1 This makes seven
i&most important industry. A regal dripping orls t workmanship-long and rather flat. He her surprise, however, he made no- A sudden sound. I State tkket :01 New York now in the fielL, Yet I would rather lie to-day .

cur had not looked at it for comment. face TnEannupi G. A. R. in Where orchard blooms drift down their
And Like then his
still thirty smothered Pttburg
--- --- my darling asks for more years. laughttr- pre ,
; She drew near timidly to wish him Penn., had 5,4)1' -
. The results of the survey and' last Then platting swift he shining crown, What made him take it out and open good morning and then she saw how All stern and white.rbdue the place, ,_ large crowd f'f .i at : snow. .
it He himself could not have All ftlL : fptOrf And feel lost youth in pulsw play.
j census of India are that the area of the She lit it t my tresses' fold. to-night changed, how i how aged h<> looked. "I cannot drink sienc, there lies ': THE Rev. f> ( Iark r, of th<> City my
And cries with sudden tenderness "Uncle tended Within pair of l :Templl London, eulogy at the Its roy wine in my hot cheeks glow; -
peninsula of & :m is 1,382,621squaremilesand pleaded ful of a it depths a eyes : \
Indo "Yours and with Lake in hell. Academy of 3'nskin the othl'l I woul rather be young. and CQb. for
a : mother i a heart of gold. Slowly, a strange expression, ruth that obliterated and forgot her own Hea\n IJeti .
population 253,891- he drew out the contents and evening y Walll'her h.
yellowed o
-Mary A. Den(son. sorrows: "Are not ::
jou wel"Inste "I cannot drink it, for there swimsA '
821. Although immense tracks of country his Than own.the baubles we buy with youth -
sitting before the fire, laid them npon of his arm face above the foam that brims ;
cultivated to the Two small bundles of letters tied The face of South and Wf't -
are annually according about her shoulders and pressed her head one .
I aSd
would barter fortune fame,
by a faded ribbon, the dead, that he read Wbo would ache to see me here; A bISGL fiigliwayinan in Texas roLLI power.
forward could
most recent survey ten million acres of emitting s( every two ( other niht relieving All of. and
TH ORINTA'BOX heart would break, I am dear; stages pasSengers knowledge 4io b'
acrid odor of shut 'ho
s ;
musty objects long U
line of her face. It like
; land suitable for cultivation have not ye? suffering was Boys, I a done who Wr compelled to stand in a For my old delight at the frt .spr6 Bower, .
away from the air and the light, a lock bruised flower. row on the ro'tdside of lout $2,00i)

been plowed. At the same time 120) BY EVELYN THORPE. of soft hair, a pressed rose-the old, old "Do you care for me, Stella?'' he Done with the poison;here's my hand; REV. HENRY" t'LDUIEwhie deranged, A rbin's egj,or a captured wren

millions'of acres arc returned as waste tokens. How do men of sixty, if they asked. "Have love affection With Gods help I mean to standBy shot and kill*1 hil l1 elnl Ohjp. From it neat hid utd?r th tossing plume
There you any any
was a chill in the night but it all I i Of a sweet, old-fashioned lilac bloonLWith
chance to have preserved any such embodied at all for me?'' say; THE General Assembly of tho Knights ofLb .
I. land. ___.____. _._._._ was divinely still and clear. One of the memories usually regard them? And stand by her whose dear face liesBetween ( nt Minveqxlis on ondnr.(
-- "Uncle uncle! sobbed the
--- girl
windows me and the .pnet the world's state-feast I surfeited
opening from the library into rvelre the was (h'iii'ra1 i am ; ,
Another who didn't know itwas With the genial laugh of the philosopher ( tlY .
thrilled and the
s chap through through by I leave t
the garden stood wide Lef- < Master WorImn; }'OWlll'ry'S! aildis on I long to day for the old-time thrill
trouble. 0. open. Hugh who has learned the relative value of altered tone of his voice all her -Emma Lyndon, in Detroit Free Press. World Would Make .
has got into J. poor a.
fingwell reveled in fresh air, in all hygie- things with a haif-IJabelaisian smile at -- uTe At the purple pomp of a pansy bed. :

: a Washington Territory farmer, nic rigors. Sixty winters had bleached the remembcrances; of that time when the heart overflowing: "I love you dearly" Temperance in Finland.It It" Or the fresh spring scent of a daffodiL ,
i&ded' dearly If would only let me! OHB a journalist; t
T. a Holstein bull, worth $500, his hair and seamed his imperious face; blood ran warm and the pulse beat fast; "Have I you been harsh to is only three years since the first ten pistol 1.Gove RtY t'ior n.DJ Jlal'tn. of trw. at: Alas, I shall never be thrilled again!

a little inclined to be cross. but they had been powerless to dim the with a saddened, senile shake of the headas Stella he said again very, still holding you her,, perance society was forme 1 in Finland on Atchison, but w: .-sei. -I'ya policeman before I am old Yes; pat three !.or and tn
. wa keenness of his glance, to impair the the shadows of lost and dreams r rapidly has the cause progressed that a he could w it. -31aij Riley Smith in the CO.llopolan .
It got into the varl 1 lone day recently,amipAfc athletic straightness of his build to dull hopes still in the same voice. ready in several towns the sale of spirituoiliquors THE NationalFarmers' Alliance held its '
pass in dim procession before the dulled "No no-I have beenhappy has been discontinued. In son-'
always wholly .
thePrimal anneal at ,
Hudene intending to frighen the woult seventh Convention Minneapolis
: unbending aggressiveness of his and sluggish vision. But Hugh Letting-1 if loved ." districts the of brandy has teei.
only me a mnufactur with from Iowa,
loaded up his shot gun with an caustic temper, of his sardonic misan i well was a strange man-owned in his 'I she said eagerly.you ltte forbidden In others may be sold at who% fft, 'W1i1 dyleKat t Iioi Dakota PITH AND P01XT.The .
of drin!: ant .
thropy.It sale, but not at The number
llxtra charge of powder and a large wad nature an adamantine fibre that refusedto i "Poor child !" He dropped his arm has rtl that now there i .

of paper. Then, placing himself squarely was a handsome, harsh, eagle-like run into the molds which shape the I from her shoulder saw the smile that shop for ben 8 570 of the inhabitns If.C j jWasblngo1
visage on which the of ever of
light the low salient features a regatta are
of other Whenhe
in front of his he let drive nt development men. dawned through her tears. liquor is t b sl maket THE "lvy [T-nrment ha dt the
bullship, I lamp fell. Presently the eyes wanderedto had last locked this box and its ;*: "Yes"he said speaking more to himself fair barracks, or neighbrho. t' ConunandanU York O ,the yacht.-Pilsl"rr Chronicle.
I short range, and instantly killed hisS I the WIdow and the block of white i i contents out of his sight it had been with I'I than to her, "I believe you do love schools or .Te rsutiit i elaime1! Navy Ya to prprfoS,t JbaQdjag' ', By a "provision of !)rvilenca

$50 Hoktcin. moonlight touching its threshold. Hugh a dark passion of scorn and hatred that me-crossgrained. hard, selfish old man I or have blue been attained but, simply by the meeting mora ll i I the iiii orer defeVi' "sDcnisci ;_ o beside the little tree on which nut-

-. crossed Leffingwell rose, and with his lands through all the intervening years had > that I have been-I believe you love me power rbbn Seileiaber T n *Ca w.j Often stand greater. ,
behind his decreased *l4.47'JtZ. '
back :
wandered survived, that had wrapped the whole enough to rnakeagreaisacriflce for'iie. debt,less cash,n the ,1f", : :', ;_ D men seldom gothe
idols from wel
One by one our are torn us -
to the Work."I .
garden. course of his life and changed him into Is it not so, Stellar'She I Drink: to Make Me :39ti;cash in the Treasury ftp"THE whisky makes their _-

and ruthlessly shattered, and the legends Under the quiescence of the night there I the gloomy recluse as which alone the understood his meaning, and drink to make me work," said a young recent Loud parcbtkap* st' ::Dtttutboung rardrailr.

I which have served to nourish the faith of was a vague stirring of spring, a vague 'I few friends of his latter days had known though her l ifps quivered, she impelled man"That's one right day,:to thee which drink an, and old it man will replied make: by the Treasur le] 4 'ladies who are setting

premonition of a coming change. The I him. And even now, as his nervous fingers ing of over f u .
I. innocence are blown to pieces by the : herself to utter the words,bravely."I thee Hearken to me I moment an-1 percussion caps s thatml
stern work to the Governften '
man walking over the moou-bathed i untiell the little bundles and the letters
have been of 111 something that do thee good. U
thinking many mny heard.31eio
you icen t
and writer of the
' I o horrible investigators com lawn on the outskirts of which the out- I fell dispersed to the floor the same look times since last night, uncle," she said. I was oncea prosperous fat me: 1 had a go THERE are 1ff.i fl b -

mentaries. Captain John Smith's ro- lines of leafless boughs cast a fine inky I of hatred, the same scorn, flared up in Her eyes were fixed on the ground and her loving w*and two as tine lads a Alaska.numbers ?!The B"1.-/ ; r .

has been shown prosaic I tracery, a hair-drawn interlacement, hi. deeped sun on We had a comfortable home, 'i;'u4iys a market report.
as a
if do not
.mance up I eyes. I voice was very low. "If- you and lived happy together, but we used to inthe _' 4 .hae'1eea butter that no
lifted his
affair, and., cvca-Washington's hatchet once or twice and the I Oh, yes; she had been pretty enough, wish it-if you can never-never relent drink ale to make us work. hose two lad I ''ionzs

%* shadow of some emotion seemed to passover tie: creature to whom these letters had toward Hal-I will do as you think best." I have laid in drnklrd. graves ily wie at $ -
of -
I }liaa,. eifcflectivfly disposed along it. Such a night! brought back j been written! She had yellow hair, anda i j But the effort was almost too great for her die broken.here ad she \Iw-s bv beJ TEzScote : fteyon'

-1th a hundred other historic pieces of memories-memories not yet buried be- long, swan-like neck, and eyes like strength."I sns I s years have.. L djiappointed t a, believe that
I now
Now Mr. yond resurrection, though thc dust of violets under water. And she had lookedas Had it not been for drink might { yachtrace5t1gjafU, loor, speaks seven
hard and soft ware. comes elicve you, child, I believe you been an gentleman; but I UA '- p
e tius Donnelly of Minnesota, to long years lay heaped upon. them. I true, as iunocent, as saint-lke-wel said Hugh Leflingwell. He stooped over to iepnet me work, and,, fiet was th4 o; jif t t .fr 'p .rOd Husband"Cerstye's -

rat: prove At a turn of the walk the high encircling as that little chit of a Stela, her and for the first time since she had makes me work now. At sventy'ye ; ,-; .' 1- got tongue enough
; that Shakespeare was not capable of stone wall into view. There had with the 1 am work my daiy kik.41r & .
came caught keeping a tryst : been left to his sole charge a wee infant age oblgo make Hlrpr'l Jazr,
S writing even a signed editorial. He has was a little door in it, sometimes used beardless boy he had turned from his he kissed her forehead. "But it shall i Drink, wi thework"-Iaa. ; t your sister is sick.

I written a book to prove that Shakespearewas by the gardener, but more generally I door a month before And yet there not be." He paused. His next words Prlte. : _her !w "I don't know ma'am.

C a villain of the deepest dye, and that closed and locked. It now stood ajar. i had seemed in her something stronger, \ were unintelligible to her. "Two A Fraud, Delusion. and Snark 's the ""diploma. "The what,

attributed the immortal Hugh Lcftingwdl frowned. Carelessness \ something more vital, too. She had taken wrecked lives are enough.'' He looked The liquor traffic stands as a confessed t -ta' ttb&nIth.ii 1f "The diploma.I heard mother

f the writings to in any department of the domestic :, his soul captive; he, the sel-centrelman down at her. He smiled. "Call Hal criminal before the great world. It only !! Se that she took it at schooh"Ti'mesocrat. ,-

. Bard of Avon were works of Lord Bacon. machinery this autocrat who had retired of thirty who had never lo\ed easily, back he said.-3ew York Mercury.A apologists! ar t\'; brewers: the keep- ., .

from the world visited with relentless I j whom to.love at .al was. to love. changelessly S OT* ami thp &T ewot1 It fears Pro \ 2i : :. ; ''When- little Bessie was taken- to the-
I han' : hfcb -v .
I j America's dairy interests represent an vigor. He walked forward with a quickened with that absorption and exclusiveness Washington Duel h'ibitthe'one'. At least it pretends\ iofear t> : .t -- < the first thing her eyes lighted

step. I which is more pain than pleasure to One of the first duels fought at Washington -I the latter, raises a howl of agony that*'m. 1 b on"was tn6T>m .'>*Bk camel. "Oh,

I investment nearly five times as much a At that moment, from the shadow of I I him who feels it. Hugh Lefngwel was Ben Poore the : the licenses should be placed at fltr. tst>. ; : : mamma I" she exclaimed, *"o1.hat .
entire the of but says : Perley "a Minnesota, for instaThe great f GKKKART has*'Sl thefSaijioan of
tho bank capital country.The a clump evergreen trees, a young man I I a rich man now, poor : in the House ] : Ian / ICa1r'
result of an discussion A \ other .
banking capital is a little less than emerged and a young girl !I and without standing, without opening, \ of Representatives angry between 31 Ir. Gardiner -I i point I license to is the doing howl: it*j.*:?'* ?JTJie-ay: "H to d8iej reported nations. Tiokpbfouoji.irtatte3. } Free Pre g. T1ie'a.ui.. 0 '.

The girl turned with an instinctive without prospects, save as he saw them I Ii the tIie'flnni1ii1atoIi: or Wife (reading
I Federalist I about Pedro,
Dom '
$|J while the dairy interests a dashing young ally bring DOCTORS in Pal is nyyj that
i is in its lack of bulk.
f.IOOOOO. it a
gesture, as though hal beggingprotection i in his own consciousness of strength andas Hamilton school, and Mr. Campbell, a loon, and any i idiot that can't SO Emperor of never be able t resume vantages paper are
amount ( more than $: ,OOOOOOOOO., half giving M. laid her she professed to see them through her Democrat. A ensued, and the I wretched, reedillehome Prohibitionist"', whose Thus I the BriyUl, to-the effect hh A man cou'd easily carry $10,000.000 if

The niimbci of milch.cows is 21,000,00 hand on the young man's.arm. He was a I faith and her love. How steadfast seemed only magistrate challenge National Capital 1 opinions are is not worth and listening di to jiospil of- disease (diabetus) wng hi brain in $10.0(1 bills. (Vhier (m ditatiely .

handsome beardless I that faith of hers! How sweet .ah me- the matter quiety easily I National League is holding meetings _"Well well. I never
giving an aggregate annual milk production young fellow. He 1 at that time was Samuel Harrison Smith, by the new- However, they il.have THE Irish I '

r of 7,:0,000,000: gallons. Four recovered himself quickly, and a look of I how sweet had been her lovc! . then the young editor of the yntiowd .to print pptr. and here is one that appeared -' in IrelandjJe.vnta the interdiction of theauthorities. -Oinnhti W-srl.L. .

determination which did him credit, I That last night he had gone to her I Ii to arrest in the Chicago Tribune an itpm that A tortoise recently found engraved
billions of gallons are used for butter, settled about his mouth. i fath r's house she was all in white, with '1 LtUlliijtnctr. lie and was he clet on repaired woul not be permitted on the editorial page I CHINA is extending its telegraph system s! its "Athunyear The man
promptly with on
the Europe
belligerents communication
700,000,000 for cheese, and the remain- "Mr. Lcflingwcll-" he 1 cgan. I her yellow hair hanging in curls about to the boarding-hou, kept by three kindhearted 'any'Iho means big: :bre"el of AVinona, having a and to America.A have direct. on shel' property the tortoise was found

2,650,000,000 go down the throats of "S!"' inteirupted the old man slowly, her milk-white throat and a rose at her old maids, the Misses Fincgan, learned that only about t twenty 11Ol keepers STRONG shook of earthquake ha been recognized Adam's signature. .Adam

the 60,000.000 men, women and babiesin as though the other had not spoken, breast. She had followed him where Gardiner messed. The mess re- would be able to take the new ,( Olll.t'ls) felt throughout Greec.THE used to drive team for him, but he can.

"my timid niece deceives me, does she?'' out when he was going away, out upon ij i ceived Mr. Smith politely, and some have bit upon a new plan to help retain not imagine why lie didn't add the other
this freedom. The value of very
land of
: the same .
"L'nclc!" cried the girl, with trembling j the moon-checkered shadow of the porch.' of the members told him that they would, ders of liquors and at that(a'-h( ncne t widow ol Colorado was three $.-XorriitowA Herald.
the American dairy products for the last appeal, "I never meant to! If you |, lie was to be back in less than a month; with great I,pleasure, give bail for the their brewer own shall take out licenses Tbl'11\rorO for four or five the wife of die late John W. Iliff, who THEIR raopFl' SPOILEP.

3ear; was nearly $:OOnoOoo, or $20- would have allowed Hal to come to the no great journey. But the separation before :1 peaceful conduct of Gardiner within the saloons, and a a result nearly all the presentsaloon known years ago the cat- They thought t'ilave cottage nat
seemed of interminable I have made apli'atoIIs: for was tome a
both I
them i
house one keepers twining
however 1 ith
Mr. Smith honeysuckles
000,000 more than the value of our limits of the district. ,
i iI thatthey about
"Allowed him to come to the house?'' years. Three weeks had not I insisted that he must bind Gardiner licenses: umler the new law, all(xp.tin the i, tie king of Colorado. Iit left And live in lovers transports sweet,

annual wheat yield, and nearly a muchas laughed Hugh Leffingwell. "No I don't 1 passed before he heard that she was to bei |1 ,to the within the United will" le among those \ by i i head of cattle, and it is s.iul All other t"lre resigning.The .
over keep peace brewers. 110,0 .
the total value of our corn crop. think I was likely to do that !" i married. As he looked back it occurredto 'States. They said they would convincehim All temperance workers now agree ma. i that his widow manages his estate" a* i goal of peace they thought to win

"Mr. I.efngel" began the young him that for days he must have been that his jurisdiction did not extend high IiI'en** is a fraud, de'iisi'n.! : and snare. I, business could. She And hppily through life to jo;.
his mind. Fast as steam could '! that science: has remove I the ( ie? of well a any man ht,had it not
Interesting tables drawn from the last man never have been my out of beyond the District of Columbia; and of Now ala that I And &o boD
in him he hurried back. He believed the deceiver who so long has tau1 t went to Colorado as a sewingmachineagent :For rap and the dog..
to enter secretly t
grounds carry learned and long he
cenM1a.nre introduced by Prof. Henry your all earthly things the there is nutriment and strength in alcohol!
this way could I have seen Stella in any nothing. She, with her own lips, must argument was most to Mr. Smith's taste. has been ccmpefled! to take a new way to benumb though she came of a wealthy
(. Adams in his recent volume, showing her wife is him that she had thrown him over. for his plan remained home A Youn Man of (Jreat Nertc.
other manner. To make my tel He went for his authorities, and, bringing c onst'icners A good name family and could have ?

how! and where the bonds of the United the dearest wish of my life-" forced himself into her pre-ence. He in his books, prepared for a set.to in would be High Lie"-no "In!r Chiiaso.( about the it, doing nothing. .She there met huT and "Speaking of nerve,"s lid: a Chic rgi

States are held. Excluding the national 11 Which,like many other dearest wishes heard the truth. Even then Her he father doubtedher he good earnest. Mr. Bayard, of Delaware, and friends a great of the deal Lie of say lie hit! there would l. him, and we doubt not tho experience club man. "I wi a-II you a story of ;v
banks and foreign holders, the numberof will go nnfulfled. And since I find own besought undertook to reason Mr. Smith out of his double as many saloons were it not that it mare in connectionwith young man, of one of OTIC.largest
that my cannot be trusted, krew, had never liked him. lie premise spoke at great length. ( to sell liquor.: Well, if the shq obtained manufacturer-*, who displ.ijed the greatet .

Jet and corporations receiving that she steals out of the house at nightto her, he commanded her, to tel Meanwhile unl Mr. Gardiner and his second 8lon8'ot tO(1ary any thii ktr than they are Ii the sewing machine aids her in of man 1 ever heard of.

from registered bonds in the meet young men at the garden: gate, I him that she had been coerced, slipped out, took a carriage, went to the (lover eighteen; and solid churches uii'es! of t\'J 1 ave in I hi ago) the management of her fortune. Speaking He was nerve an otCer-any the navy, on one of .

year ls0 was 80,802.( This table. included hal see to it that: something is done to compelled into white this the mrriage.: : She she designated ground fought the duel, in the nut schools to make zoom for woulll! >rot is 10"1 I of cattle.th. is a cattle queen in the old ( olr Inasted Hjiudron,

300,000,000 of bonds that have ( her propensities direction tumid as as Irll !I which Mr. Gardiner; was wounded, and Lie, and the are its j Christi- llog- which hail the honor to escort General;

since been paid otTo So the number from now on." spoke steadily. No one compelled :, returned toihe house, where they found You '( ncwIII'r ,, 11011Iet5'1 I I Inumler Texas near Corpus : rant; on some of his: C't lr.icna"f!
And with the unruffled sardonic her. The man she was about to marrywas to the sa' here : said to te worth $ and Ltd
same Messrs. Bayard and Smith sti busily engaged doing ktj OrS Rrtlmdiswf in ('Iii- I I ers- lOOlOO. the coast of China. 11ie:afOrC1il1 ;

of holders must have been considerably calmness, which to Stella was more rich-very rich. in the (: e. Smith acknowledged It's! is th">: it is als. a simplematter : who has many limes a much stock a or ve el was off the coLt of-'J pir. ii\:
| him because he very siupl"; '
reduced perhaps to OOOO. Of these dreadful because unusual: than 'And you are marrying foiled and capo. all KMcaught!
; that he hat been sufficiently adulteir.te the bier Ie Job had Ljs most prosperouS daysI that most treahefl' of :
h ,., ;,6l3 held between $:O and one of his usual bursts of uncontrollable is rich? paid fora bowl of punch.A get t the money ali the inti<*-ibie Lie i but Mis. in a' terrific Everything wi; tto.i:
his niece She looked at him. is the arch < .Inl I Her husband! a preacher gale. the vii
; ) cacfi.aflt"s2.341! held less than passion, Hugh Leffingwell took : up goes on. Capital: nemy i tis make her the !ta.bit ,
'dO by the arm, and, without :glance in the i I "Yes." I Bear Hunter's Close Call. 'hnone stands before the niihtPingScalled ondcWc"v the; Rogers maoagey the business. She lence of the storm continued u'Lhin .
t2, OO each. The New England States direction of the led her back I He laughed. He turned and left thehouse. brewerit. it is no \ 1 herself buys all the i the boat wwu"dto
young man, I: The largest bear any of us ever saw magnitude! of the tattle whichTf\2 1e sells the sfccls: and it was found that: gss
held 1 cent. of the whole, the Middle to the house. inch saul wellas ofti' and ':imen wec
.per I she married. I was a cinnamon that came within an |. fought sm.ovrrwhflining. CapiUWrt \ ant can ride a horse a pieces. The ers :'
weeks later was ,
tat'i"; per cent.. the 'WesternStates | A few of killing one of my men, agood hunter to I e timid: vc wi-h; leer rap.tJpTas; its supple cowboys whom she called on deck and it \\a tLc urnnt* r
Half an hour later Hugh Leffingwell She only lived a year. Two days after first class guide-Charles Huff. He timidity: isiKt apparent! lat.t-r! and
per cnt. and the Southern this her death the box was brought to him by fear in the columns, of the great ilalies. that ..
was again alone in his library; but had set his traps near Sunlight, in the of the law practicedbv I has in her employ. of time, and a mighty short one, wl;t.;)
States 3 whom she hud dare not l'\'asion.
per cent time he was not reading. He had putdown 'an old family servant and was unable to visit them fora the Alladvotattsof the N. she would succumb) to the element*. 'I hu
words to spring, brewery c'a.itaI \i. RAVAGE, Railway,
her last JOSEPH
his niece's little love n'am-"the trusted. "They was week. When he got to the bait trap High Lie will ,"- :vou object to 1 pained boats were 1\1 put in order a !teMv,
The romantic puppy love of those two young bring it," said the woman. Hugh Lef After taking the is the regulation of the liquor traflic: but it J., recently harried Susan C. Pike ot smal wa- placed in each. a".d the
) Citizen and up provi-ionn
Albuquerque (X. ) records It contained what log were gone. ."
[ snips"-with his usual high-handed success fingwell opened it he found the remnants of his the brewerKS.combine to regulateth. num- PlaintieM. The groom's father ex- officers and crew were ::foe the
the e and presence of mind that he he had expected-his letters to the girl trail soon ler of saloons, and koej th >m lunniiiR In theol.lnunILr's.whatthCn la.cct.t -
courage and he flattered himel chewed to match wood; the bear ? What other tusine Mayor was married three different boats. WLi; ready .,
.. of Jyly of that 'lace.hile in her would he had loved, and more, a lock of her i log Savtge. notice and
could take such measures as I had off with such urcbasiiigpower! What off at moment's everyone
in evidently a large one, gone is capablof i twice. The latter'a to put I
the she had times the bride's '
garden.J picking tarries she felt something effectually make an end both to their hair and a ro'e- rose worn I the He followed his trail longas other busimss would think of thus sting WM expecting a terrible !trug e for
c' in the her breast the night they parted before' trap. a in\.<\\iws'-l'nioSijnal.Temperance I first wife was the daughter of the present _
sentiment and their deception found and men up if not death by drownsn" .
biteher on'the nock just below the car.Shenjuickly The touch of he had light, but nothing, I Ii life .. .
future. He now dismissed the entire he went on his journey. Next groom's father's daughter by h "The suspense something ini >
had to return to day, very i &
put her hand to the place not dis.appoinh'c these objects had burned his fingers. i! camp. News and Xotes. has 1m' \
from his He was married conceive unless one
matter mimI he took the trail again alone, first The son just was i possible to '
"hun around started from his sitting _foolishly. saloon in thj citv of \ wie.
a ccmiiu'de curled itself in he told himself. He up now Ji-riT A ri. Out ofS,4 kiepers I experience. A man can lookforwr'I
I her orethIgcr.L -Stela, .' and the box, which had lain on beginning where ne nau ieu uu. itxura Philadelphia there are only ,4.Ainvrieans.. born of the second marriage, and became a similar shot with
She immediately was delicate, a young posture the side to beinjfhunjj or COO
I I.rsh"t very very in her frail, his knees, rolled oft and struck the brass long march he came to steep Great Britain has ll.4t ,taitds< f hopj and the husband of the daughter of j i but to face drowni -
it o t with hei harid and angel to the sense of vision the bear hail evidently with |i parative intrepidity
i other strange before it fell of a hill; gone up juvenile Temperance Mx.-ict"e; al ar }
to soft beauty. But she was a woman, and, andiron of the fireplace i there on the soft, snow sodden ground membership of: l ltOtOXI.Ber.br"es : Mr. Tike by his first marriage. Thus i ing a torture of the soul most harrow
but %
dillnot embersof ; i
relate, faint or scream, the tiles and near the red t-gat fear
like every other woman. weak and false against motion. the trail was plain. .Just as he was be- in An.erlca:
ran into thclhouse, and finding the at heart. Did he, Hugh Lefngwd1 the log*. With an instinctive ginning to ascend there was a rush and a of half a miion of fen; they have inv st-d Savage's daughter, never knew any, and proba'oly never will.
ammonia ., Hugh Lettiingwcll stooped and rescued bill on of dollars in their er-in-law; ex-Mnyor and be cannot helpit.
bottltmpty. took a big knife not know the brood? The b1trr and the bear was on him. He had 0 quarter He was born fearless ,,
i 1 it from its threatening doom. Ashe roar, business, and they sell about one :: :rcd Pike, becamesisterinlaw and men .
himself. too : marrying other officers
to by the
and shortly his shoul- While
tuck the Kladc into the tire in the misogynist laughed no time to put his repeater to million callous of be r a al
him that something and eighty year.A
the whole. it it seemed to Joseph and to juml
One sample of up his hands to her pwnfather; young waiting
was a good it fall between were on ready
60"1 until it got hot, when she Ipplet 1 rattled. He looked at the box more i der, but, letting peculiar law is in force in Rovkd?runty remarked "thatas

it tp the wouni Next he took some They lie were all nlike-al alike.his books closely. He saw that it had a false bottom 'I pulled the trigger. The bear was withina t>a. Only one i ei son in UKonuty i is al Savage, biU the son of Mr. Pfe'sister. in their boats, he be quietly nothing else to d..
had setled to few feet of him, and by a chance to sell Ue is apj.-o"ned: h.r the bdng the half- there seems to
the ;
soda and appliil that, fastening i by and papers on first de-cending from which, sliding out through the unaimed bullet took get 1'0 Jury lquor.sa for med final pUI-" i huj nephew wife he I'll go down and take a nap." And he

wrapping! a dot around her neck. By Stella's room and deliberately turningthe force of the concussion, revealed I folded I the He had evidently tried the and cannot ktep more tlan ten galon i of brother of 3jr. Pike's first i went down to his cabin and went to

of her door behind him. But, paper within. The most cursory examination eyes. spirits at one time. also hU bro. and by h Fortunately the vessel rode out
this time her net to swell, aud key of the box wouldhiav'e hillside, and, worrie by the heavy trap, \ hrin.laW sleep. afe.
began for some reason his thoughts wandered. of the interior and lain behind King Humbert of Italy has always .-' an last I> week Mr. Pike's of the torm in a few hours and was!
she says she felt i though the top of her The restless of this late March made its mechanism patent to the had come tri into which he abstainer from liquors and 0 rut si a total marriage This man of nerve was the hero of
of young
head was about and closed her I intuem'e fashion to have But Hugh Leffingwell, on that day a great heap abstainer from wine. He b smoked cigars. I aught -Xr terrible anxious hours, and hi*
\ct cede, night a eye. had partly burrowed, waiting for his quite freely if not exo ss\ Al>nit tai e < bIa\ those
teeth tightly to i ke sure that her lu-ad made its way into his blood. The thirty years: ago when he had received it, Among the debris of springtide month ago he rotfced: tbt.t K mel'aiit* ;! l%e-; ).' h brother otficers delight lo repeat hoW
with '
back a enemy. o to
its contents ,
had hisletih. liva J
hurting j nothing els
had thronging as l. thtre seems
, memories hkh come trees- .r J
and uprooted hbit -a-
was not gone. 4 a slioit time ll. felt and thrust it out of bight -fallen stones and ru.at' > !li,1
hand ChlavptJourtmf.
feverish was igar in : and take a -
of shadowy Itltt.l J lown nap.
about him like a pres- lie hidden, if he was fad .' I lii
troop go
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greatly relieved informed her second to remain un- i bear coullla The king at otur r il II': t '
ui then half denned without a glance I on .lu'1 -
as himself till 'C ;!* f her .
> conceal ,
rnces 'ague haunting but till he him I mad to UNC of all loin ecu aOII.a. m. ii" '. ) ''' I AI'
laughter. She t :not even call for a moonlight rose destroyed ever unopene the was within few feet.2 since. IIi; h.atU! \ shfi\a >1provement ty', :Pt:l ", -
enemy a t \ I 1. .
should beyond.
ltlr. but shell J procured another sup- I, again into nearer being taking on a self pass i &rer. -- : ,1AA e '
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I enthusiWn; : .; and mark :200:! () XX ) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION;
Til iJt.! ffl I pain nsem'hiog in: liIr, club moms and I( I .1 -'
f -1 IJ If i n.ensured by its! felt LD OFFICI: AT naI F'n.I.I'I..\" ) Judicial l
disc 'ssillg tinpnisptets of the iwo parties Q.- gas : lrtaat
Jfetapn In
jij j&lnrh thancpT
t ll J In. the. net campaign.; The Repuhlicans whirr do the legs come in. and who discovered I ... .. .: .oct. 20!), 1S37. J' ; INSTIUTE. rendered ..n sittini the Olh?.in day of for-Knuu(VtSrer A;..
in lbs
... -- ,- -- -- still keep up their organizations ml are Coney sland. -Xlt:1.. leg-it- i I' Notice j is hereby given tlut .tliq .follow STA-IUvK: llUApFOltO CO.* in J,1w nuSSom1,?!.MIt U-lJlE*!

- '-vvni.iiiirVLY VT-- prepared to contribute, MS i in the pi'-t: to invite; ; question! nnd 1 decline to reply until ing-named!, sell make IeI"has flnal tiled proof notice'in supportof .urhi I'J ()H.lpA. 3ll1ttt.ew". aa epo-cial a"tl 'fl.A lastftr! Ma the" .w d41. -
to *
intention IIpp.'liaterl
-; fr ;:jr U.tKE.lm\IIFOHD), I'Qvsjv. FLRD4 help fight the ompiy. Tiu- D''lJ1l1crllts arc I have: consulted: cojnsel. There i is not a and that said proof will I I 1 i he in S-\ioJ tietreiwill.on by .
------- -- -' -- ., his claim: ; 1887 MO.NDA: Y.
f* I : htJi1I11111'1II! in the JVthotNandfrom cli"i' u faro game in my 1b1CCU1CtClirisopher and KtceSve at Will tij-c'i 31wlaysepternbdr j, DECEMBER: I.b.A.D"
:. c. >Yftm. not same : made before (lie Register divided the same being a public sale|
J. mocths
-Iiola-tic day MIl
-, Columbus. ( Mail 01 per Fa.! December 14thl.ST ,- and coiiliniu ten outcry to the hizhost -
Editor and Proprietor.nrictIf the Mnall w rfkly vssessmn2imts-if it is (Jriincivilhi.: on and b s:1r1Jder.
iut l ) Fall Term of four months In fiout (;t th8 Court
Dl.mchard. ]Ringsky.Fla. n }iuiit door
.... O.! : h
viJuns l
1 ": prefei red tu M> call!. ilam. gatii:ied every, cent.: ) : : SE U' MVJ; and a 'rizIg Tcrm of sic monti! Stark" In saId couutr.. with l
: nl' "r.lptio p.u l in adv.mcc DuscrJljo briefly" the amiiiil: "king : .. HE Xo. S4GS fur lime : iLOO: $::3.OO. and IClllowlng land l\1tuatec.. In IIIlit Tradr.cr:
week It is to ndsc large sum Q K.VTKS:
1i'_ Err'h: expected a :5 E. and aescribed
in 2
I.: 't it.not paid advamiRJ.'M.; sec 20 Tp G S U AS the SOUth east .
L9 _* ,"ii-ribtT will l ht' iotitie.1 l \\ hei: hi*. for use in defraying! legitimatp"expenses.; : dom, iucluding/orgroes;: and Indians not lIe names: the following witnesses! to ?4.00p<)| iimnth jMyablc\ nt the end of I soutn-eaat quarter 01 sect o; two I1U&11r

,' fuli" "..'riptiou !i' nut iiy a l hr't* <-r()ss stf'crJtiAii The city will be r alive with! stirring news taxed; and recite the names of all tlu- prove his continuous residence'! upon[ andcuhiivatihi each imnlh.; MUMC. $:o.SO: per month.from six sold south to MtMfy range suul tweuty-oae decree cLt.tbail"!.
for pupil
1 .. inc, nn'l if tint nr(1orer 11 l otherwise: important of said laud viz; XU U-iIiu-tion, made any / Kor, 2. JS87. -
) and then lock for- some spicy Popes backward. A.-It is certainly end of term except for .
rflio |1"I01r! \'iI1loC! piniuptly sloped whtll you may Wm O Lidd. of I\lIIg--ler.1-'la. time of i-ntering.il) ROBERT KEITH.
3 > II. if and true if important. .. .. by special IOQ &: W CwiT]
,t.l.u" Ktt'MEi pt lou f'Apir( !<4. letters. true I John U'nite. protract.il) sickness or agree 11,1.8.S.4icitor. for -

JSluui) HitirliES .ot public in'erf"-t will _<*- -- Mark. Oo: degrees in the shade! by IImtnut's David J. Silcox Ionia. ment. _- ,
4 .:1.(' rr>i'eive.l \'.j li |" 1'1'11'\\\1'1 PIIII1ishf"1.I Who Will Win the Pony.,and Saddle. .. Havii\g employed a most competentcorps
4 .- bilL in writ'n 'i\it* plainly Hud! makeyoin spy-glass: ) I IQ.lIow Ed: win 7.. Perry" *. thH Principal is prepared PIASTER'S s.\LFi!
I The South hncffeicrt' a : Hegl :I'r_ ?
P 'c.o :: h'iii' punv.bridle S. C. 'rcKEI: :, ;
; M .ry as 1<1IlIrt.II'-, ; po:-:Mblo. *oi far can a frog jump on a olti-r :advautigc( l 10 those desiring 1 WEtt
: h' \,11.1,1: tr'i- U.SUrte. -> stml fpdfllr to the who .Nov. 3 -6\v (J :S.:; Land Olll<:c. to every AND BY VIKTIT.S i:
teldllln ; boy or girl ,
: t
<> ;
: < nut (voe : rainy: diy. and do ymi know when the ull| >orouth and practica: education Il (.r the ('jrcUt('ouiof the Fonrtkl:'f'i
=---r-.=====- ill number! df subscribers \ I -. :-:== will S"ii'l the! I irges-t; low' .- t.j and for the ?]
A\-t\ (:()
fiist reliirious was published? at a >
: ford. In
_.: ( Fla.;,. Nov.-, 5th IsS?. f'v by tlc; H'h' of i Jan. rj-!,V. Send where was Moses paper when the light went ( W. H. RIVERS j I iistiikt ion thorough; Progress: guaran- ti.-rin| ponding Chancery, wherein Sitting:: John io a r.cer-W t..
An and regular at- th
for sample copies ,jclic'dnrs etc. Address teed.: early entrance Coniplainajit.and W.|% Lindiy
: Z There ;;229"cgl1r: factories (11 the .. out, aud why so? A.-I was asked why tendancv' specially desired. For further IAndacy bw wife, Jamea E. UnSr
,: the Sunny South. Atlanta, Ga. Lmdp.y hw wife. John JameraoL
before. NIL below Finuj} .' address.iJl "
: btllO.: Count Mitkiewicz. so (Mark zero. UAUK I information: mm F. Gaiuey and Barbara Oainey btoV
." IrI: Canning Factories. a year's pay for impertinence) to the GOODS : A.CLAKK, A. U. .lefendauts.: I will IIQU at public
IDIRT of the
Court House
door SSJi
1a Prl'shll'ntas' appointed Thursday.Nnvi The part which Count Mitkiewicz has iu Mid
T'4J One-great source of loss to our truck board.: ) Principal. Seventh day of November A. D. 1i7
.. uber 24 -as a day of National; taken in the financial! and commercial I AXHGROCERIES. : I..il1i the first Monday In uM *
I is their to How o'tlts Pharaoh when his grandfather '87 IfORANGE: hour. the tandi *
growers Inability get paying I Auf,; ? It-gai foUowinR .
and of sh
thlllk"gi\"ing gossip during; thc-spring summer uollDtV Of. Crodforil, ,in "?<.! 4.: _. _
: pr.iyer.A ; bossthu become .' .'d.....
; fur their farm and died, and his name -- -- --- --- va
pricej garden
; S -Em- 1887 nnd tie colossal! proportions of the : products known and described aa follows. to-
.4 I associated with the of c-inii: } ? A. I II south west of
] quarter the
after short is COLLEGE
game south
"its shipping season
the a.difllculty. wett
; town i is always judged b) newSr scheme, of which he represents the head. : tiollllt'I't'nueIlIJjJ and the i
, The published ID a .that can:; be oyercome by combining said before that there wasn't a game in : number twelve. Jl, of 8tetk.on sontk I
China with
ncwtpapers to telephone Florida. eght .
liMporn. provide :, railways Starke
I '
.. precinct. I decline to answer forI S ,AIUiE:, FLORIDA. .hip fivo'. 5. South of Range 'rwcoricaiziio
and r
together! pulling a canning my :
city answer as u city directory. etc., lend interest tr a short account of ); up eighty acres more or le'
"* will the family reasons. (Mark reserved pending f I.- a-- Terms Cash Purcha
r -:--- -- his life career which began in Russia factory. This give producer i er to pay fa* i
j The \rte&iabehI borers nt Key West whit he of his' further developments ) OPEtfSSEPTEMBER 5th. 1887, 1IE.'iRY F.YORI S
wants-a place to dispose 1. B. mIODES. ,
where he was born the city of \\ al:'aw U. D. ComplabwiE'.
: ((ILITOL roots. \\oed. ami well-preserved surplus crop heretofore an almost dead QPlease give the dimensions: of King: and continues ten months, with vacation Starke I-la.,Olt.: .lIh jS$ ., .<:
on December 3Ut, 1S20, coming of an old
4 ,U-iivi-s: of trees at depth ot 600}( feel. loss. The consumption of canned goodsis Solomon's templCj and what !is'thc differ- ChrislmasjWeek.TEACllEUS '"
; ;; .* .-' and noble family members of which have : : -< P. Voting teacher of '
'TIle. J DeFuniak- -!Springs: Woolen and served} nnd held honorary; positions under I immense': and it is steadily !growing and ence between a cub? root, a Greek root natural Science and T.the Normal Depart NOTICE. t:

I Cotton Manufacturing Company was organized the Russian Government.: Count de :Mit- the packer of canned fruits! and vegetables TInt of a tree n free !lunch route, and n ment. C. J. Denton. A. B.. teacher of IN CIRCUIT; COURT 4th! JUDICIAlJ

; :; last week with a capita stock of kicwicz came to America iu 1864 and after has' .advantage over the trucker rutabaga? Be quick. please. A.--It will the Ch\!< ks. Higher Mathematics, etc. OF FLORIlBnA.DFORD CO
:i who ships his fruit and vegetables to an be impossible for me to answer that ques Miss IX I. I'carce.tenchmerofiiistrurnental, CHANCERY.AAROX -
- $25.000.; : : : remaining here fOl'lt short time relumed and VOCal m'lsic and Cai) ,;themcs.GOOU ..
. .... ... uncertain market and still more uncertain tion without consulting the station,house -L. 8<:OTT. -rr-- -
01.4- to Europe only to repeat his visit to this KOAKD-Can be had at $3 --per. vs Bill
\\it t:- ... The examination of applicants for the country again and again. Whilst on one commission: !: merchant. His goods are not blotter. I think it was ten clays or :10. week, payable! weekly washiagand ironing Ej.U: Sco for IWJKfe

appointment to West Point will be held of these visits he became acquainted with perishable, he is not limited to a few I As will he readily; perceived by even lttltl; extra. : EFENDAN'F'I nTrAoft

II! at the Times-Union office, Jacksonville ; a Miss Caroline Letter (daughter of Ilalpb; weeks, possibly days, in which to put his the nest rainy-day: intellect, the qUl'stillnsask TUITION PER :MONTH. a.otuie 'ssa

::.: ': November 1. Lester. well.known Rochester! banker) products on the market, he can choose Id wvre)not so dillicult as they might Primaiy $.1 .O. Intermediate $2. Higher pleat conrf-as! answr a nep-resUhe or demur nX' irS !

r.' to WIiC1lie was married in the year'1873.This his own time for marketing and as all his have; been, anti the replies show a degree 3, .Colh iate'1.. Instrumental 1 Music $3: on"I\'y of OCtObO-I' A.D.; 1_thereto'. the.,
week L.\ViIsonof Gadsden -AND-: (0 cunts. All tuition therein will 00 taken
A. of instrument
t1 Last >
use > as confetmdb
? .. union resulted in the creation j,r. products are compact, convenient in form of scholarship highly crcdifable; : to the the cause proceed *
.. hundred and twenty- a payable monthly. Initiation fee $1.pCidikki e.T part t to final i
(1 coualy; gathered one and half large family of children, nine in number, and non perishable, he can choose his candidates; and'the.. entire f .rcc.-N. Y. ;J''L: "r"- '" FLUSTARKE. '." ,.; : 1rMM utitanc per oes.ioi court Given this under niy band
two bushels of corn from two a eo .. 31st.day of .
when his wife died. lib second matri.monial -. market as well as his time for selling. A Jouinul. .. '- 'f FLA. -.rSneci.il to scholastic county pupil; 188,.
: '.! IiC'rc of land.-Times-Union. reputation once established and maintained attention given to repaiung Watche* Primary 7, Intermediate !9.50) Higher [NE-ILl; II.F.
alliance with estimable BUOO .Ii
was an nnd .Few elrS.e.. .. S.e. .UI-<<'ork doLe Collegiate; $1;;. : WILLS
'I' $13.
fL'...; ;: :. .: Mr. T. J. Roberts' luy crop is so large lady (a grand-dauthiicr: of John Mar l ,.hal! for straight reliable goods the mark at l'caW\TIshle. priced:: for ca-sh. .Enquire of Riclt- Free scJheol begins October 1st and is Sultcitor for Complainant.COMMSSISSIOXfllVS.

\ '. this year that he had to either build new of Virginia late Chief Justice of the ct U open and ready for all that can be I nrd-&- I'MJ- -- -.' absolutely free to county pupils. 2'

i; ;' .. barns: or buy a hay press so he did the United :States).. ,Taking up his residence produced. and what has hithertr been the '- For catalogue or particulars, apply to" .

4 j Jailer and has just received horse, power In the gay capitol of- -Washington-- where source of loss and often of serious annoy G. P. YOUNG. TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE ]

fi :' prcbsof the most improved.make.\ x- he is well known lie launched into various ance is transformed into a money-making RIVERS & JOINER June 2T. '8.-un. Principal.J.W.HiCKS U made and rendered by Honor OTAjr*!
: Richard, County Judge in and for
and desirable industry. the i
schemes wInch have been i
,. bal'e more or Dra.lfor.1. State of Florida I will sell
. 't: The TELEGRAPH wjll do its.fulliu less successful. His! latest scheme (that If individuals cannot be induced to go STAKE: FLA. Court outcry House-door to the highest and best bidder,I
of the count and we in the town of Scar]
tilt) development into the canning business, farmers, fruit first
of placing telephones in China with the _. Monday in December. A.D.lafl.
nk the hearty co-operation 'of every one assistance of the Chinese Government and and vegetable growcr can readily combine being the fifth day of said month M
legal horns of sale,
: lour citizen! andt80 far. we feel that backed by a financially substantial Philadelphia and at a small individual expense DRUGS aND CHEMICALS, lauds belonging to the estate followiag of Uaa ,

: are appreciated. is the erect factories that will for the present --= CITY ceased to-wit(nX ot: the The norm half of ti
J : .. ; syndicate) one so much quarter swj ).south half o4
: .; r ---;- ventilated and stretched into the most absurd answer every purpose, and as the business west west qr.quarter of the(io34 of the nw#)sectioJ
uf RlRRF.i AND II.VII& DRESS R. south-east qr.y
L Florida produces a greater variety colossal dimensions. The result of grows and the reputation of the fruits and scctioa 22. town-hip 8. range 20 i soirtfc

I farm crops a greater variety of fruits, a these schemes time done can tell and vegetab'es.Jean tied f.esh from the fields or PURELY VEGETABLE. : OPEN AT ALL TIMES. containing to be sold two under hundred and((3M by)virtue acreserty ,'m-!

: .' : (reater. variety of timwr, has: greater whether they will bo successful or not will groves of Florida spreads: abroad and the I tateof the property ljaa.i of and to pay the debt

I.k fj hcucs-oV6tcr .b 'ds and sponge ficjda' ,., be a riddle of the present to be solved in market: demands, these small factories can I If acts with extraordinary efficacy on the> SHOP (ON CAWST. JUST EAST chafer paying Kelj.fur) titl-a.deceased.JOSEPH Ternsl L.|
1 S find possesses more natural wealth-prp- the dim future.S : readily be increased in capacity until they KIDNEYS
other State',!n TIVER ,
tuicingicsourccs than any meet every demand.Fit UF RAILROAD.I .

. ., ,-- the Union-Cracker. 1!' hiR; WASHINGTON LETTER.3X.D.C. up the goods in neat attractive convenient | AND BOWELS. I I \\ constantly keep on; hand A full SHERIFF'S SAft.1

r ______, -wr.' l _ packages, determined that the AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC Fen line of Ihl- fd lowiinr! noroN for sale.DAXDISUFP I

Dr. T. ,T. WiHiamso ot F ., Oct. 81, 1887. standard shall be A Xo. 1, from the be Malaria, Bowel Complaints TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, UL'IIE( to cleanse the haIr. UNDER issued AND out BY of VIRTUE the Circuit Of G A)'

i% Mood >n >the TEG TELEGRAPH the j-apepsjfl,' Sick Headache PATENT MEDICINES CREAM OF UOislIS for the face to ford County. State of Florida '
sweet pomegr Bettor Q : ginning to end, that there shall: be no
Constipation, Bllloai>ne remove sunburn! tan, freckle and sinoth 3th toy of October. A. D,, 188T.! ,h
I '. I. .that has ftuUoii'iir'vUs : was crowded let down but that: all products shall be Kidney Affections, Jaundice. PREsritlPTIONS C.iRFFIJLL'L the skin. therein pending between TbomM-t.

'::1 .......'to.. bouglu are bent niJ jHUitnx njJ ,1 i persons anxious "gilt edge" and then ask only a reasonable Mental: Depression Coli C'O" 'O'J"DED AT' ALL. 1IOVIES. A full line of H::7.O's and Hones con- as fendant.plaintiff I and haw against levied OWeD upon aM '
.. '
.. ) swinjid crop/! "' stanth': on hand, old! ra/.ois; repaired. at public sale before the Court
u ith the ; __ counsel in profit on the products of the factoryand j
at Starke. in
the of Bradford .
J. W. HICKS county
bloorolnjfitf1Thcriuitisd3lU4ous.t1&UIM ei' 'line in its the fact that the blishment: is located I \lHo .: FLA. of Florida daring the legal hour"
tlj fltiti STABKE. on theflrrt JlomUy the "
.' )i down here in Florida" fita day of
d "way will
in the A. D.18II.. the following deKrU.
'. -' omcoftrit not make of 0. L. KEENE, in said county of Bradford
one particle Household Should bs Without
vas so It
v : the! chloride 01 STARKt{ LIVERY STABLEAND State of ttdijtowit: The ek of n4
: I.tij. 1fl : nando News.A ; difIerence.-uer'l and by beingkept ready for immediate Cj"4t /Millinery, Fancy1 Dross Goods except" 5 acreaTfftte" cor.;aoU to D:
-dp.I _. Will' save many an hour of sufferlnir a ter 15 acres; IIldo tU et e of reJ4<
dollar *" NOTION KID I GLOVES PAHA: OLSJ acres."also wj of new of '*
j% many a In time nnd doctors' bUls.fEP.E tfjtf: &ac '
rnad J Prevaulng .J quiet'jsuyl Handy Pocket Atlas. ;- IS BUT ONE Silk\ Umbrell\: Zephyrsaud all] kinds f FEED .XI> SALE STABLES. Section Township 6,Ka g" tt tH,. ''

S inst., 2 ; Whole 1iI An attempt to put in pocket size the SIMMONS of material: for I tion acres 33.beginning thep south at nw section! Cor.ofi line.W to 4 of poas J

f ifr;:. Traverse, 764: Lc .forLh tI.iW best I contents of a large reference Atlas is LIVER REGULATOR FLflCTT'ok.. ir--a.. deeded within! by John Fall to Sarah ft. Joty,'
buJff See thai you gat the genuina with red "Z"on ; t.!_, jy coretofCnterKK, u.aL .
75 their usually accompanied by line of aforementioned
-, Altoomi, ; rough, inaccurate front of Wrcpper. Prtpfrcd 'Prompt attention to oi-ders. nw J of twftt*
only by
," place receiving a I >ple and inelegant engraving and punting, but J.H.ZEILIN & CO.SoePropriafon: 5'V! "st Bay St, Cor. Laura NCD Range beginning'Zi: alao 5j! acres"a tract in Section?3,Toi,;
i 1i.i : JA(Kf .YILl.E. FJ A beginning M n T 4
Ut -! Cm
.\' election will be held. : 1pu. ttol ..narTherc in the new Pocket Atlas of the World, Philadelphia! Pi. MUCK Ol.OO. Jan. : n w Jf ora e .'. section :J toWnglup T rue "
'l 1 : J... running: a 52 rod then e 30 rods the:.I f
1p:... fI was published by Ivison, Blakeman &; Co., I he w 30 rods to place of bejto "

The L'TBUUlg CommE'rcla ;" WIiJ 12( 43t"theaudIence fcr the '753 and 735 Broadway New York this is right.Bradford title County anJ interest Honda both and a
A ": lion, giyee n good slio\vlnr : : ;: ''bole case rested not the fact. NkyMy-tfue, maps containing ; oa equitable the loth, which day! the of November.said Owen v .

county. If Lee vmg is infused nearly every geographical point of iift" r- GRAIN the lands and tenements 0 Levi Job A..J,|
1.,-. :. : f and git" spint ('f. tit exertbledecufan : throughout the world, arc given, and e ee. by reaso of a certain mongagft
'git up .
.b ; -: executed January 27lh.If8o, the
c upon
the :-
.- it. .wtfl ii(i-t>c a good town for n -- of> the I each is a gem of the:engrav er's art. Del- p ot St'ttioni. Ti> 7, South 01 Ranv

co\inty''to build! her <'oUrt'l1Ql1se. in. OnIrt pbibitloncajes. Somehow icately, yet 'vtinctly colored, these maps I }Firit-cla: ttnnouU Furnished at all dred Bradford tloUal'lby county the}'londl.ln the turn hours day or night. said Levi Johns.
!' : the tmprJESsJOn:lias gotten abroad that theCourt are exquisjjj it" ;jllustrations of the best to said Owen Owens. due and-tie

1 -... Mayor Sp-Xrkman.: of Tampa} itay l>e i js/eqjially' dividad and in that event i color pI' a. Jgploday obtainable While) Terms Reasonable. Give us a trial.! years of fifteen after per date cent thereof per with aonum Interwti:' Ti

:_ I. ____._-_____ flew in the business but he is evidently. pointment no opinif a will be rendered until an ap the maps have nothing to be desired by STERNBURG & Co. AXDHEWSLYEHEZ.Starke, Fla., Purchaser Property 1'a.ying hoi icd lor out title.by Plaintiff1-"i*j

reasonable mm: can to is made to fill the of fullness ,
doing all that any vacancy way they are fully up to date, HEXKYW.ma:
alleviate the suffvi in?; of his people. In caused by Justice Wood's death. The advocates and show every recent discovery or Oct.2.1.188':'. Sheriff of BralifoolNOTICE4FOR

!e.44 H'.GTCiU letter he intimates that: people of the cause, however in this city change of boundary. OOE3SSORS: : TO

11111111tnlk\ less 'nnd ETIVC mole or, to use arc doing 3'coinans service in having restrictions One hundred and twelve pages of terse. DRUG PUBIICJ

.., a Western! ph rn!'e. "Put up or shut up' placed upon the sale of liquor well arranged and accurate information STORE..a
fl.; in the District. have RICHARD PACE.H1KI LAKD OfTICE AT(laiNzavn
. Jit i is eminently correct. They succeeded in concerning every important country on AND oct.aJ

getting an order from the Commissioners the gM be.'UJlIow: the maps In this con ; =: Notice is hereby given that tlwj

I A. P"lulkLcw!; man saw a horse de- that no liquor shall be sold either by pact...v.. ,.htirk, In fact the book is not t tonlyipreIiensive : named make final settler proof has in tiled support notice of of his his*

fr lilicrately turn a faucet IcihUrrly think wholesale or retail grocery stoics, or in : Atlas, but also a ] that said proof will be watJQ be flr i l
4 : < ter and Receiver at UHioesville, IT*,'
and again turn off the stream, whereupon disreputable house Other important cOli..Je. ''S.c ,gazatteer of tho whole world, B IIIBI0AWEDNESDAY I TUESDAY, DECEaBIK SJts J

he as..cils that "Palatk.i noted for its restiictions have been ma.Ie upon its sale and fCpu in an attractive and substantial ( !! add.viz.Wm.liE 7331 C. Ladd.KiHgsley/Fla.for the wJt S c..i,.'I

ST. ': .. inh'11igl'ncc." The horse is an observing and the teippciauec cause is gaining rap binding. and sold for fifty cents if not gZR lIe names the following witaes

: animal and\ ({tuck to take. a Lint and no idly iu the Capital. found] at your booksellers on the receiptof Han. i vr said continuous land!,viz residence'upon'and: : C.

.. doubt he had! wen his master "Miule" Now that Congress is soon to convene thid iuin iliy publishers mail it to anyaddress. >* 2W JAMES C.BLixcniaD,of I
under a faUcet; ; at any rate the occurrenceS many of the social Committees of the NOV. 16 1887. N. PEBBT of j lo

i sU'l'idoIlS.-lkcol'll. Senate appointed at the last session are at 4 _._ J. L. GASKINS, i DAVID J.S.SILCOX.C. TUCKER of 1 lost J,

i I work completing their reports so as to be Quizzing the Coppers.The I DEALER IN Nov. 5-Cw U.aLI

0 Folder. I able to submit them early in the ,ion. .
ANew ses paramount subject of conversation & MedicineLStarlve
ONE Drugs
is!'uc '," .. The F., H. & X. bus just yesterday among the police force wj.s as to ", '
and lmid!'om
'4 _._..-._.-_ -.--. and stations nlonsj; their mute. Also u volumes a compilation of the icports from l"y the Civil bervice Examiners of on Physicians' PrescriptionsaK :NEW BOOKfl:

of the entire state. the several Departments. This will all be NOVEMBER 16th 1887. in ._-
; large: and correct map :the Police Captains who aspire to become the new
( (Cl.mJHU/ctl lt aK hours-day or
condensed I.
& N. always! .to the tirr es I I into tho recommendations I It has been twelve sin
: ., Tljc F.. U. is up aSI vectors. BRICK BUILDING I 11'J.etI years
whiih the recently occupied by MESSRS. RICHARD ular lw _
Authoress written
Committee ?
value ot printers ink will make
: ana well knows the in their The topic was one of general !interest to I I July 26, 188 -ni.t4iiATt. Dillingham take pleasure!Ia$. ,

report but as yet no intimation as to what the public too, and general regret was expressed AND PACE, where you will see displayecl.one of the largest and : that her now book-the best"M

h How a Western Boom is Worked. the )) will be can be obtained. from that a list of the question; asked worKs -a large volume of oT tf
the Committee. With most varied stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE D beautifully bOlln ..entited '
: The people of Tuscan by a public sub- the exceptions of Was nut published yesterday. This was ever shown in'' ; AEE .

Il' of their local he members ot the Committee( few \ frrJ *-
iiption, buy 8,000 copies very impossible( however as neither the boardnor BRADFORD COUNTY. '1'
month for the purpose of Members: Senators are in the city, and the captains would reveal the fwcrct.The :'''lUcdul.c. ri.. JUSK.IU. litautv.f '
every I. OF.TI
paper We will show a line DRY GOODS i-m whllcrctt'r.It'tI.lated.. ; .AT THE MftCY
M-islinirit abrotl. and \ih addition piy$2fK the Capitol has: a deserted apjlttraiice.en, reticence was observed yesterday, of AND NOTIONS that will i,10-1 r..e '.r linntipir cnsc. Ladies ;.

t l) a-month for the expcnsu: of "write At the tint meiting of the Cabinet ;? spaf aU", but nevertheless The Journal, with II cause your wives and daughters to rejoice in the great variety and i I I Free_ 'sMtr'-riptbntoipeereisoFnmil1._,.. *-<;<'nrv .i7".finely hJnihed.) Given ..;.-.-.. .... 'Ii....,' ...
.. the President's I I I'liix-r 0.. nil .ht sor.il" th'irimp"and address ... ;t,.
( up.. of ther: city; Lainar Cot.. *2,000 for I"llrnall; the meJ fits! characteristic and irresistible cnterpiise LOW PRICES: also a handsome stock of LADIES MEN'S AND fiii.itr'ii) ,.1...",:11101 on1y On.'Uollltr.n elegant la How nearly) ,. .-'"
.i pamphl, and $t.MO for a "wilte up" in were piescnt except SecretaryV1Ii :*. 1 [ managed late last: nijht;: to secure a CHILDRENS SHOES at such extremely low prices that will 1 I,1)1.Gout.l'br..1 JXTi:
the local} prl' '". 'rhelnllitor( : of Furt&otl. Seciilary Uayard and Attorney Genep.-J; full copy of the questions with the answers you .;1:
GUI Held are as good friends 1 realize at once the dawn of better times. PriceS.OO.. .. i
Kansas is pail: : $7.000 for talking as cyer, notwithstanding of the captains.: 1.
toi!:' .
i : up thc.-ulvjiht.igcs: of that: city, llutihisoii. :: -. the rumored rupture between The questions had been pie-pared beforehand Another very important feature will be our display of all ""

L Kantxts chtims to pay the Xeu.s I them on the Alaskian Seal fisheries with great care and the test wa3 leligiously grades of clothing at such reasonvble prices that you will I The many ndmirera ot this ?

'- 10,000 for running a morning jap4'r. and I..question. In fact there is no feeling be- adhered to that equal justice: '\feel like "shucking off" and wearing a new svit home. II I II will hail with delight thiI,
d stibsiTibing 15.000; twtcu the two Cabinet officers on the subject be meted.
might I
;. Newton does bef.er: by I We wish we had more that could 1'HE ONLY TRU3IRO
space we mention the ..
and any seeming co met in the -
to have the Republican /uioL Ui! pltce.I : ordcr The examination related only to the
[ of the many other articles will see when i rnii:; Ann c9PiEMb.a<<; ;
two you
Departments arose from a misunditMauding scientitic: literary and philosophical; attainments you come, hit we can only ;.;j
of facts by subordinate of the say that every department will be complete. -. hJUhJUUu hexMagnificenT eariW :\
2,000 Valuable Presents! Free. i iI I candidates, and was as

I : The Sunny South will diMiibute 2,0.01; I officials: and not from any differences in i follows: REMEMBER THE PLACE AND DATE i
I I ; bcivucn the : and PACE'S OLD T
.. .- handsome presents among its patrons on : opinion Secretary and the At Question.--\VjlI you swear that you arca t s s

;, Jan. 14th, 1SS8. Gold and silver uvuicy, .i toinej Uencia] The story is now all\ e.ploded \- college graduate and if so. why so, andif stand Wednesday November; 16th 1887. I.. .. WiII
1 since the Cabinet meeting. not. why not? .\.. 1 will punfy tKa B' COD e-l.to:
Speaking not.
. gold \\'ntC'hC''c'wing ItIhC'hiucilk! (Mark LlVCP:: tf'id KIDNEYS: *u>l
i of :SccreamyVhitney: he has sold 100 cent.) Bring your Sisters and jour Cousins and Aunts and tell RctT.r.p: H'AUE.\LT4.I11VO. *
just per your
dresses fine furniti re. v iluable: I 103e: etc., I OR ot 'f'9UTH. bfpo-i.i.VtaKt BEULAH, $1.75, I 1
4 another pieqe of Grasslands which Q -How long was cious' your neighbors to do likewise and the of.APf'tllttlo. Incli".tion.l.&c of
aggregntins over $3.COO in money. Send was II telescope see grand display and btrnth and Tired FecIiDr.J-; MACJAKIA $1.7:;,
the last: piece he owned. But he if hehada have MI..tel enr,4: iin.r>. nunclan ,
has ,
for sample copies i free and for circulars: retained -, telescope and what wa a good na-l n"4 ree.".. >._
a lea-e of two years on the house the of Christopher Columbus for-", i -!.,..... tBiad INEZ SI.7a, ,
giving full paiiiculHrs: and nknowll'dg.mcnti ; age! at any If you should happen to have Eggs. Chickens Cotton nrrt nwliePr,i. rtt1l'1lr.
? : in which will early him through the Admin tune given and when was it? A.Y any or I..a Hn1l'T' "c. freai coapbini. C. ST. ELMO S2-
who .
fu m HIN.C presents CSt Hides bring them with LADiE :. ,..,..1. lIad in Da.
; istration. It also indicates it you and get the top of the market I.ILPTr'& 1J.CK IIvfo '.IC .. "YASHTI :.i
. the October diMiihutiou. Send also thee : that he has no was. (Mark, 100 per cent.) for ,"pe .ly c'lr'1 Uir..a clrnr. h..itl,.'oir.I'I."io.. :

'. names of jour fdeuds fur sample <'opitsnf idea of making this place his permanent Q.-Why aid England rebel against the them.WE f".rtJ.II a'ten--t.IJJaol>.t I"t.rirc..o'-.t c...ir.'frMjipa .OMCPJIT.'nly add. to AJ'1)la 8'-6T...."... INFEJJICJ

e ... th" paper.chl1'l't<* the Sunny South, home as was indicated some time ago he American colonies and what is the exact SHALL BE GLAD TO SEE / Dr. HALTER'S L"/:-,? P.tft. _, IrCireCon.z.1Lion.Lipr \ -_.. ..t", .>;,
: YOU TRADE OR CcMnlaii. < : S!>'l|
-&tlanta. Ga. would! do. The Secretary has made over fare to San Francisco? A -I suppose so.Mark. WR'a1aob, .. ...pi.. ;;c... :._. )rlje. !rc.. Jtvoeects ,
1 mailed on rrc-ipt of la Good Reliable Agents
-4--- $:)0,000 on this purchase and sale. The. ( 99.9-6.) SO COME ONE, COME ALL, !:.EDR. NARTEt EI! t ?O..2T.lOI8MIvIdoII: postage:: f

- An Enterprise for Hampton. Pie>iduit could! sell his property adjoining (J-How do you estimate the writ n.js cf For this new book UAT J

; : Mr.V.. Foster has bought exttaob'4i..I t hairs'l! iHjorTJrtc.T:?i111! he has no desire !Shakespeare with contemporaneous hiter.ature. .. OF TI8KR1UH will" on be w glV lc) ;.t .;..

at Hampton and will erect a Through the census_ot-he 2'1' G.s the including Chicago and! why not? 1Terms ------- \jA:
2 "'hI -...... ; ... Yours -'II 3IIaUOI31r ow Od OD aV 1VLio* .
.:...1.4:1: mill), fee.1 mill HU cotton! ginstor 1 N-. !'.....4. ... ula UUr- co.1. \ A.-Of course. (Mark, 157; p. c.) Very Respectfully qt: I4aaU J.aln3uai d..... a'pnzja.i jj \IUD pu PIl-1.ao3' 3JJJSdjt uI.IoA "'fA"lI Sold everywhera.and tent 1 by "
.... 1110' on of price t9J\
.. free receipt
coining to I H-impi n i isduoclf.'ilsof lroduOl a \: inter QIf a load of hay cost steen dollars, ?"a.Dd .1..11I. 1(2111 't'.nq....i.uaiuI.ia1W4,1 ,.
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1 i .' .... t.Vat. :*"[ IrstittCii: t'.; t,1 ':) I1. I.d:' alt.a,
i.ill':1 r Ko.! Of OMiijir ('1111.-::"; for ; Starke, Kl.iv'S'6T. ..10thi > *
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) punctuality. ..f'.cpoiimeul; ci 2 Allow to mike i "tion .
u> n st.tteYilt'uViljm|; ; :lrfl't.lfll' Mr. t.cy.1.n 1 l ;.pjicarcil to tIjdiiig .;i y
: :.!!. include: tin- i ,
da.I.a:1H.. li-Ilowi.jj; lunW. : ,| .coctlittwii of Public schait: 'lt'otjr. '. 1 '. lvcK, :] UIIlam.! If'
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:1 i county.j wasinore:7.rtiA. ; .v t,',lIa; !ly a\.klII\'t. : tu i,..: .
C'- \cII fii> .Lucy Austin Debbie .
'*Au j & di r, I Cite iai lieu '
AnnieM.. Cone.; : Earu- ihe Board! of County: CDinmisMoift-n: ;"call U.4hr j:...'ltllll,.; ''id'.il-on vvcrj land/ i.f .slid ,
Cbue' .
ot "l CoiAt.Jiiiy .Aiiuie Com Isom .' : ", .
ing for f?.;13.) ,00, and stated that the nC1If:111IU.icu of *(w& tonri'ig beV.( i"n I.f .
"I:/: Klizi Ur"lltTillie. DiyiVn. Tom ,
requisition was I based upon an nppgVjJri :
'4'.I2 l 1'! Iiosa. Ellington: IllilusE.lwal: ]<. ation for u four months I'-rm of acho'tiirA I Clm re' ;'i....'.JSJiMlorv. an.l re}. rest ii LII"\'<.4,

',,'j Tk. f.111ynllls: Tom I'nlIill ; are arriwiig dally, ant; stile anuuni! *'::.*"'l
; +any1ul..ie : little later we were infoimfl i I
lU'.iiiningWity! Willie' Ili' our I for "ij-iutrr quauVrs Las!' tlj.ir.y t l-rgti..
requisition was granted 1
r/.) ] Joui! Chaiies] Jones. thtf'exceptumof I Theie btrms t to be a general dUpo.<.ii<>.i
: cue dollar. Accordingly we began I hint the
rag I
Jjeiut-s; Luther JJut Miller .Jnck newly elected JicprtsentativeH.to
contracting with the teachers for four-
Jlor.re, IJ'oxh.un go at once to i.ouH'-Leeping, .and it u:
Jlflvinii-y, Tesic Mcriiinucy. months term. Now at the late: IItte'of"our : !

.Maud, Moitt, CI::4.hltitl, Minnie I last meeting, when the: tux books wcre.i i' deill (
Pa i Mi. Lola I \ ;
iish.i Le rainier"
( ra ,
out. accepted by the County will fall
Pearl Hu'dick.: : Uiliio : far six-it of the demanj.:
Keddici.Valltr: '
I Conltni"swuers.we could learn by reference : -
Itfcl-lick.: rriida !hale. :Martha lime, to the tax books that the amount I I A1.tIle; Captt: a woi.ot'ful Mount ofactivity

Annie Haw Paul : : -i* bi-irg di"pl.ned! ill : ,
n.Utc.lIIa'l n J'lrirK; i icnutlt pati:1.611L ; .
. assessed for school

- ...1..w..I"'I... .. IU'. ,", :11,.I, ... .. h '" lit '. i ill :$5,8S.55.pnrpClsl's.uth: showing ai State want C" building: .: for the reception of the iieiVCougre.5s. .. : .
:!" The eleralors. wjii.cli'-v.vrj '
L: ul.gh. Krediis.iid. the onmiNir r
o bring County I
I ordered: the last :lC :'I.OII. ,.t- tile Huu '
: Willie,:: Towusc-ad. Raf UndcihiT promi.-e. On I ,
learningthis and! ends '. :
of the
building are.nearlcompleted.
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Lacy Ujuliihiii, John Wester. John511s.. .
we appeared uc-j'orc the l>"aid of The : .
du?t that: iMvatcumulaled -
.!(' Wills lliitlie Wills Malcolm: Dora ,
rly County Commissioners asked a redress d iring, thesumiu.. r milhs: isswept being 110.

.o \\ ylnl, Kate \\' fit:, Blanch \V\nn, Delia and the cause of their treating u* insnch .
.,_' away, carpets are being put duwu
\\V:1II. Ac1L,11 n, TII'l1ll.ll"Iliams.! .
i a manner. They stated that they and the p.iuits and furniture arc' 'l-eii.j

:Ned; Wi'.lian.s.! Cam Williams, I lent* muunderhtooC.our: nquisiiion in asking
touched up. The new raipci ill the house* .
\\Vild.4ins, Jet!. \\'mll. Jennie Ward Daisy for six hundred dollar to "pay outstanding is of
a green plush! which! willinipntt ;
Ward, Chaik-s Djal. lithe Kiciulff. ,1 IIJII' indeblcdiicHs after ull funds clue are
a erful air t J the iUironnclivgs..It i ,

,ic.'f'l\:1T.: Jessie Slllldc.rIIII, L.: :::5alIc.r"t51111lcrl received." In this way they accountedfor J has always been c.'u..t"Iary. to provide -i

f. M- Moo; J"lIl'1ice Junes.Y $600:00: of the amount wantihg which
IICAV carpet at the i tjegiuning: of vadi Congress -

,Y -a n011 : lhm!, Minnie I Ucnlon Lilliel.tiltit was their mistake and not ours for we and unlcis it i is of The bcsnnateriilthere ,

: Uellman .Adams Dosiie Adaiiis, tinted our meaning in plain English.
ii but little left of u at the ,end! of

t FAX01 Frank G-iger.J. QU ll( c\' Punish. MollicJoDes.AilaJor.es They also aco-iiintecl fur :$342,00.which i tae second year. The: c.i'pet; whic-ii 'wis .

Lillie Mutton, .\ 11I1zu: they said was caused by falling off of down the
'. put at oi>eiiusr of the Fmlt3* '-
Alvaitz Lucy Jones, Minnie! : Jones, Irvin the taxable property of the: county to the I Ninth : "
LW was b.idly worn at tilt i : .

1111 JicHae, Ella ilcllae: Floience MJ{'Hllt<. J amount of $70,000.00. which was. a mistake : end of the first session, and was "it.-rnPy' .

FO W.fjuincy. llaiky Driver F. 0 Dnvei of theirs! agiiiu, for they hhouKi levya reduced to frcc-wooi beneath' the tramp i f

' 11 1!. ('Chatt, J. P. Kennel tax on the real value of the taxable the adversailes
: political : b.turethe tariff!
' Sub-Tropical T Exposition. property and not on the supposed value. discussion of the second: session Was

Leaving $503.43:: ; that they could! not account I cOlI u1.

20 the Public: I for at all. but would say Momcihing j As has been
expected by the gener-1
Pi for the SuliTrojiic-jtl Ex-
< p.nttions:
about! additional lists which of course 1
: the decision
public of the United
,e :>ositlin are going on satMnctimN. and IN !
i intrant nothing to the School Board! forthey
r ; i Ciairt in the '
Stipie.ne ease: : ot the Chicago ;.
{ 1'a'ctsi ? 1I"!.UI'C.'I1. But we ne'rd a ldl1i1 ,
had already stated the falling off of
: t i; Z fund! ] woik. Jack- was rendered ou Wednesdaylast
>in: : : complete our
....... the taxable plops rty to be $G.OOH.OO.( i and! as had also I U-i-n
expected the
k sonvilklias 'uh'wl'.It'd! mot s.' li'ier.-illy' and! i iI *
We then stated the case to the Slate dl.'cbiull W.-. : dvcr eio the
L I !: interests of
r<'e Lave! MSMitiincrs! of it,; i ictin't': frum nil!!
Superintendent, who plied that there the coinlemiied!
I :
[ i, jwilsi tif TJoriila.: Hut yet \\'C need! your I men. Notwithstanding
: was no redness unless they would as reliable the fact, however thai the hid
public anticipated -
t Letp-' Everyone i is ii.terested in the suet -. t I
citizens, make some provision for tin nature of
i i the decision
to Lereldeted
t .
of and! '. ,
: l't'ft; thu enlerpiise evt-ryliody. ( rtl
us. On reading this reply for the Commissioners I1h'reIIS manifested ,
a general .
iffiitd! contribute w iltcthiilg.! Tuc idea .
could ,. --
h ; they stated that: they
desire upon tits; put I of that same general-
f, IIf |M']iulir: suliscTintiniis: i i. not new l lu
.t make\ no provision. public; both imlividually and colie-ctivelv.
effeetive. WilvvLitz
hIL'Il'rtl\'l'J most
If" | This Leiiig the case! we are compelled to be picsent at the coufmnnUon of its
> eftction flf> the new Uartholdi Statue ait I
f New Y411 k.1Cv j i to follow the advice of the State Sl1l'crin.1 Ilrl'c1icli"n. and every available: inch of

!I tendent and reduce the term of ) ,, standing I'nUII1Uhiu the court was occupied -
:It\lI'1\110\ you and sn, gt'-l! the fillip I I
r i i three months, and ii k tliote teachers with I wlu'ii the dccLion:: of the court Wit

ip lowing plan ; :I j whom we have already contracted to I II I: announced by the Chief Justice. = .. .

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The of '
bMMi'csK : ever newspaper -
manager please return them and get a new utraot. The National Capital 1 has shared in tiicrneral
j Ih'tt publishes: his notice will acttl .
J. W. SMILUY, Chaiunau.II. feeling of uneasiness which has

.. agent and receive subscriptions., andDeceive T. DOWI.IXO. Supt. l.een pfcasionul! by the news of the'landing ,

( will amount from twentv-tive -------- tit New York. .
(1 any : -- city of vessels fioni .

"T, finis upward. When the stiles: OUR wAsmyoToif LETTLU. Italy: with chok'M! patients. Aboard.! It

has been the in-torn to discontinue'lle-! ,
Btnntii, *, to teen dollars and that amount !j.. -
J I WASHINGTON. D. (.'., Nov/7, 1887. gnnr: ntine sirviceat Cape Charks-.dui-! '
;t remitted to J. M. Schumaclicr! Tiea nn-r. inn tin- winter lu: in view of .th!:_pre-a-- .:
,( JneksoiivilU'\ a share of slock: \in tile To the Editor of TOil: TELKGRAPU: lence of cholera! : in Italy 1\' pros st has .

f*I EXI"tHti..n{ will be made out and! tcliiriiei! The President has resumed his public been made a2 1 lir.st ci-ising; the sei'vice i ibis .- .

'} lathe ligi-nt: to hi held in t: :I-t for the :subfccribers. receptions which have become one of the yeg'ir. and urge-on G: in-ial! Hamiluvi. :.h.-ss I ..

features of the present administration. reconlnhclrledas precautionary mwisVirrs. .
Let us Lave now when needed all llv: thut a reveiine.cuiier: l I.t : I The first icccplion of the season was heldin
help you can ;;i\'c'. :!rcat or small. i the winter at the entrance of Chesap; e a.ike- -

.IAS. M. KuKAMr.i:, Pnident. the East K"om on .Monday last and was Bay. with iiiMiurti-n.s to inspect all ia-

J. II PAISE, I>icc. ton k'I. largely :.it'ende: l, the usual numt>cr of coming vessels. Hi .

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f ';;j GREAT DAILY, '; \f;
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.aid A. I'aiv.:' 1'I at D.iy|Jacksonvi In the Y.. .,J ....

; : '; I I I I. A SPECIALTYn .
A ranharijaiii.! .100()( > sweet
Lr.,4nu., cnq1!: O7 THE: 3Vtr.
lit' oralmtreoo to I I'J: feet : ;r : '. .
: PRKS DESPATCHES I: ALSO F U J : 6 ",1.J : : '
;HI! ii tiki-n: { at once. Apply t" ,

J>. ,iJi-imruk, : :: Lake IJutler. ; rf'8d,660 '
X.j\vs SERVICE t. ; (,',;
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FnOl: !: fRt"AG..r: I i I I Fe. t.EIG LANDS. : '. 4 =

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'f'.WI., [i'l' 1 :, anti other Iruit p.! .."-. "i f1'!ooa'=i1Io.! !
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ulj'-.i't! i l.v il.u l lUl' to 100'. .rl''l'; : iiiii ',,, .l -t; .
: : : of :nil i tg in Florida clean I :? :!) ..I" ,
Kin.1. \.a.i..t\. or six t t'111'lib'.L; : I II. '[\\ :\I"t iui.trqpo'itaa! daily news- 'tom

alup. a7I'.I IiC 1' 11'1'''s, l 11.\ 1.111011 or 1 II !t' I > I t'i SiihaMr for Oranii-: ( iro\ .s, its I'**i W-.. 3Io

:i t"l ily'pi'-; old, at I hotton |ui.-0i. 1 j j UNITY AND SUCCESS 1 I of J 10 am-ami. I ', as nit i foe \\t.. ;.t.. t 1T1IIi

I. %'ito !i.Cr-o.is:tntii;;; fruit; tircx of ;I .. : XO11\ ..:
I -r"- r'nt.'on: of the I'tato's business -- ,
KiriiK. v me-. 1'00111'1111-,1"! I b)". UI<;:.",'r c t v ealthy citiLeJ13I : : i'\UOI'S: l'4 STO 3-::.ln*: .
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f'b.l1o'l"''. I am Cull'A "" itli! l'. i, : ',. sl'i-MoitMtir NEWS!!' and the 1 \ $$3 PASrferOfc
: SD: al-.nniiant! fa;>ita1. new ma- '
ItIaii-attl''I her c..lt'hr.ltl ii l'III''J' '' Cn '. o1rr f .
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Qt I :!un.ii.tiiii'i\\I! onl M:;; .\ ill i 't'ti'lt': j t''h.t'3IC"S! :: sfr.n -
.1-:1,1 the !Itof Florida .
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as I all d'kl'lIlillO'.llo ;iii \'" S ttt'i i i. .. : -
unit vi ornanscM to the State to ''':'1.::. ., -f.! -;:;
!sit pi':' F Pan il>> Ilh iius :WIll: ti! .v ;j! ]. : :' :." .1I.it'.4D41. If th'- .. .. ::

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state: ollico.( 'taiko, 1'Lt. | Acknowledged I I : "I""\. .\ ., :

( I'OH: : E A. H.\InX: : : : :'CIRCULATION: X 'It. :!- (" :

}! In :tlorida. i Ii: ." IT ", ifi."..."'i'\..:J."".', '.

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"O' < If Go. send for DOC n | ..................... 4.00 ..': -. ;. !:t.. 'it:.i': )
GUIDE colored ; ;
containing : .. .
; it. 10 engravings* oi differeut I. .. : ... ................ .. 2.00 .. : : r. .. It ":"
prices they are_.,.."..... .. .'., ......... ... ..... ... .75 !r t.tll"f'; ""i.' :3-:; : .'. >,; > .1 : ; '
buy them. Directions fctTr 1.1. -:"! ",:,;, .,,. |. v', .'. r. .. ...
.lio:(s and Breeding Ferrets. 81 All RrSFCS'.SL! : !.: NEWSDEALERS. '. t.'L..II..f.i..t. ,!U>.' > : h. : it' :,4-1
fur 15 Cents. Also Cats of 111' I,!:" -.'.': v.jI'.Mll :,' \., ._..,;.. ". i. 1 !. )ri\
Furnishing Goods of all !:! 'nt ,;.' ., I' .,- -: > .; *," :v.lriM:
.'LE'S pAPER. 1 v ;tit t t. UP.ta.r:... .' o'l!.!:: '. :": :/,!,: : ;: ...
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of tifol nearly colored all kinds plate of owls vi.KrnTiugs; descriptions '..r't o'l>c and otluid: ia published I Iii !Snmii' ) MSi.., I 13.t-et! ; lJra.Ir. .._ "tt. A,.

of the breeds; tow to caponize; -- ."._ -' ... ...,.
plans fur poultry hocaes: information I \
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per tiittina. Sent for 15 Cento. t>f a'I. (" tulv; {'rt'.liln.li.>.>::> ii I-; : .:; # ;Ii i

f Y THURSDAY, -( Cttrper.trr: Jc I'Irnt&r. !!;tI .t.'ir,:) :: !' :S-.f=Jt. >.
tolounoedthe KOOIi OF ; "-aof the inattrr p'iblifhed in Y. .. .'J(;. ... '

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O,:? Starve TelegraptL I Mr. Coiner L. Peek returnedVednesday ] Starke is at last to have market house Clay Couoty Items. '.' .".
\ after a six-days trip to r Frothe Spring.Some New n d l ;
.tnr1s At the last Council meeting a committee I FmAIAKIM ValuobleNurseryStock' "
his boyhood }home in Northern I large mallard Kicks were brought I : *
1887. 1w appointed( to rent a suitable buildingfor : _
:Jtl1 into
rke 'la 1'ov. 1 market on Thursday. They wen .. .
1 Georgia. Mr. Peek remarked thatit a market; where all.me.it and .
w4 _=- yegtta : killed in the river opposite Green Cove. 'We
'4Int --------------- r eemed to him that he had been hies sold 10 the city will be'"sold .in this I I The County Commissioners have been met who preie4toyoii whshesi") add a to list the of valnable fruits bleb are Imf. bte to 1Ivery ftp.MVenU ..

market under the value of. Rnd beautify his boate.: ..
control of the Farmers
R4th SOCIETIES month. City cu. with
SECRET gone a i in session all the week plodding through vAry 1110'\11 RlnlUnt of anti
p Council-. .. drec.l perlwi.Jot.m. value or th"ir money' 1IIbor. aiM hun..
be : I the ponderous tax books. Their labors homes prol)8rh and the happn., amt
Bradford Lodge No. 42 F. and According to our champion bee ami fam.lyb; ) emhracioj the comfort of thtlr
iii dour. AM Regular communications turiq Our Hunters. will extend into next week. cost the now. a,ut l&Iting varieties of npptJrtl1nUy trui here otThsitt otobtalnlnz. at a .mail
biturilay* In each month. evrn mice have .f' discrimliultiOn. -' _. suited to thb sniian, vz:
'iitI Jon hALL, Itt. KKKUT.R;, man, powers On Monday Messrs. G. W. Sanders D Orange trees, in this vicinity, go into .-- -.: -- -.-... _'-. -. .0-_-!-_-_--.----_ .. .
cast q Becretarr. w. **-. They never fail to eat .. rEAK ; *' -- -
? tir L. Alvarez and M. E. Johns took a link winter quarters under most favorable\ cir .Ttoiirwthikcb. .. rotunU 0

k-VieW Lodse No. 03 of F. A A. M the choicest sirloin when less desirable I trip in the country several miles for a bin cumstances. Their growth, during the Bartlett r.ecollt..."..'.''..'.''.:.''..'.'.'.'J'".. :. 1 I'IeS. &.. .u"".. ""TES.1

4 ezular Meetings Hwond and fourth tneat is much! more easily ob huct, and the result was fiat they brought past season has been_ phenomenal and K..ilfer............,_..... ) .. "KCh" 5 100 BiOUdRId..f SS S e4cj

.fl, uJ'1lay of each mouth 2 o'clock.CuK Osborn'" Suntiner..... ....;.....30 ___ .
for 'n1FERDEK. >>'f KU Noimicr tained. back 173 birds. Can any three hunters in they enter the period of cold wives" ina Large Japao.....; .................51' ePotll Ct'nta each each .
i Secretary. Ma!t-r. the State beat that for a few hours, not vigorous hardy condition. that will rt..ulll -ice ILi sul"brdot or eetIIIng. 3ttL ERRIJS.Dw : .

: RED MEN.E Col.! W. W. Moore keeps his popular five miles from town? The lot made a effectually. withstand a very low temper ; S_-_ : "bit f. ,wrproUfle.. .........,.. 0 ;_ :.: j ..
s4t P'D. ORDER OF : Red !;" rbPaJn. .... ........... .. ;
Council house always full of boardeis. string nearly 0 ft. long strung as thick as ature. FE titi.4 toSf.;etUjfc.Pc .. .

! TRIBE No. ). FIA.- _
.the op p )CEOLA kindled eaehVednesday'! bleep, As soon as one leaves plenty more possible. During the services in the Methodist oto and Hon>J......... > : 0 }1m. .
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the I2 heir Wigwam. Starke, Fla.: come. Where such a good table is It is a Fact, chuich on Sunday last a contribution' was 5Sg& rT.rlr) { : .English W.Jo..tPecans. ........ ...... ..,. 0aUa(8eedltngot1Ionej1 .
Brother, cordially invited to taken for the relief of the Tampa suf i ; >. *,>ct' eartv$15 looOoldrnYeliowI.ir lhmPMt .
ohn p transient I that Dr. Haiter's iron I up ) : .............. .. f !
Ulft)1) 'nd. G. W. MrKISSEY, : set as there it is bound to always is cooling to ferers. Blood. "I": !...,!j]i ).ntlt-b; Chea} 1J&a.... :.. t M outt U 'Ji." \ \
Sachem.bIk' the blood l, controls excessive : Japan ..
have of boarders perspiration Postmaster Spau.io. .. ::: : : :**J| \ '
plenty Canova has put up a con ; .. .. ::: : ...
,. MILLON. and will safely tide you over that period -- ..............: .. __'P.
Chief of Ie'ords.atd J f Mr. R. :R. Joiner has removed characterized by headache fainting spells tribution box in the Postoftice. where donations : -POWDERAbsolutely PLUH3,4 tn CJ r .t h b. MlHtfl4osoftgbel1..1. .". t I J1ce_ '.. CC 1r
be made for the fever stricken
L 'I'" LdcC' NO. 10 1.'id. from his pleasant quarters ai the exhaustive spasmodic affections, and will may Wild Gooie.. r .. ''':' ... lcenuel1 b .. 0 _...

.O. O. F. Meets every Fri give and life people of Tampa. ...:.... .. .. .. Gn.PruOUAPu..Arnlr.Jleaf' \ .
' at Odd FelowflaiL "Florida Home," to Mr. T. W. strength new to the entire The steamer Manatee his Pure.This Japan :\ledlt'I'\IIt'\'trgr .I1' ..'. ...51; .. s. .._.. ..
k day night : been hauledoff Kelsey Japan, .. ..... .... .. 'PP'5"frt ....... ......N !
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cordiallv Invltad! to attend. Sweat's.Vc know he cannot fail to put in perfect order for the busy powder never varies. A marvel .....:Ji: Or&a7 tT... ...... .......f .

$oa .KcretArr J.FIELD, Box 41. J. O. HiT Noble)J*>Grand.A. to like it in his new rooms, for they lonia Scraps. season ; the Jate Spencer is supplying her of: purity strength and wholesomeness : _4JApApRSxM3tos n I ,
V Gracd. place in the meantime. than the ordinary :
L.ScoTT. ce- .
, all and convenient kinds, aud cannot be sold in : one PIWXO
arc sunny We have had a splendid ram, which competitionwith year. or Jl lon Shnih.
That public-spirited, 1 citizen of Green the multitude of low test...shor! Seedless j .... ,. A nl'W th1n .
ps7 CHURCH DIRECTORY. We are glad to see so many of our has been immense for our gardens. We Cove Mr. John G. Borden who has endeared weight, alum of phosphate powders. : ; Zin1 Amoog'I. n.la; ;;; : :: : .:: f ro eoti racb. kt' frottA. deatln.Ct"'h......;...... .mxe......'.tho.50Jceatl but ia- .
Sold SUgar 8W t and ricb...... t.ch
have had no frost yet although the only in cans. Royal Baking .Powder ) .
Linhiltis ladies enjoying horseback himself to our people by his benevolence : _0_
riding. Co. 106 Wall-st.
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. METHODIST CHURCH. weather is pretty cold. and j j j.| 4t i ..
largeness of heart upon April 17. 86. FlU .
Some of them _
(services Sunday 11 a. in. and maljfe exceedingly :Mr. J. Burton is addition '1. : 0
every putting an to Af 3. 4 to G r *t high.
. Al Holiness meotiiisr Tue i lay at reading our local suggesting the sending CARDS WhIte )lar.-UlN..... ... ...... .
. tfB p. in. 8 graceful riders, and will become very his house in the shape of a chimney. He of barrel of .l -5f" RedAMrncban... .... ...... i UruWQ Turkey... ....;.... .....
Thursday a our spring water to the SubTropical -- A'" .
1 Ip. m. Prayer meeting : .Alexander........ ..... Blk..I. ...... }$3 _.ft. ach.
sf1 m. skillful.Ve are glad; to see them is looking out for comfort, but he ought Exposition daily, sat down immedIately J .""" t___ ."........... .. .....rF: ,ol1; ceijfs each.Karlv QII........ .. ... ............
W. S. RICHARDSON, Pastor. to have had it a week NS t .
RD 9:30 indulging in uch healthy pleaMi re sooner. and wrote us, saying: "'! will -- --
School at a. m.
Sunday : ,
'-.4 I. CHAS. RICHARD Superintendent Mr, C. H. SiLver is fast recovering from pay the freight (per steamer) and drayage PIANO IEPAIRER. APRICOTS, OJU.yg;: _..' ..

$ pREY MARTIN, Sec. & TJeasurer. There was a very social dance his illness-expects to be entirely well ina tt( both ends. Let's show visitors that our OolJen ,..... .........I... .St-e<.!.lIn '''tet... ....JI) 10 :'(, .......t"'... to....eo.
lWr1. week. Red lorwtn.. ........... ... .t .... .,...... "
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given by Mr. And :Mrs. R. L. Sparkman spring is not dry, if our city did, thank AH guaranteed. 28 years of ex- Russian ... .::..... .... }ZS! cents eAch_ Bud.. I yean, I ratts.
BAPTIST CHURCH. Mr. Maxwell is still sick. What can be perience. t. I Tangerine.. ..... .
God We .
'go dry. are happy to informour ;
tit Services at 11 a. m- and at 7:30 p. UI.i4 at their residence, on Monday the matter with all the young men? generous friend that our whole-souled STAUKE, FLORIDA. QUIXCES. I.I Maudeflne.-xedIt.rranean awtCt ADd othart.... cenu eac2. ..

Prayer meeting: every: Worlnes'Uy last. Their house filled Orange : JluJ.-dormaDt...... ....... .
I m. W. G. PATTERSON Pastor evening was Mr. Hornesby has been digging a ditch skipper of the steamer Manatee, Capt. C. ; .:::::.:: :r::: ::.::::.:: l 2.j I 1-' : ,25. Cf'11L. e..b.. ..

q1 efeo.the :p.;Sunday School meets every Sunday and the party was voted such a success for Mr. Ehlers. lIe has finished 38 rods. E. Garner. being on the ground, got par. DR. A. L. SCOTT M. D. Apple. . .. ... ...... ....:..... l, cent. t'I\'h All warranted asperOrder. ..-

nornlnJ; At 9:3(). Why don't the folks here :
A. C. HAMRICK, Superintendent. that steps were immediatelytaken young organize tally abend of him by offering to carry all I 00 '.....

or F.. R. MCfcROAX Secretary.RESBYTCItJAN tojjave another one last week, a debating or leading society or something exhibits free of charge. Late from Michigan, 0 "Z. We warrant each antt
ever tree tQ 110 .f tIi
that would make these long winter Yj\rietv. and kind
bave.a you order
TOEIj : <$ CHURUH. at the Kentucky. One young evenings lively and interesting? We arc requested to say that the RESIDENT PHYSICIAN AND: 'variety special is Dot a contract:. ordered.wo with: tha will nu"Wry either weorller refund Ibtt of. to that effect, and In l.LtO!!\It ti.fI,

heard 10 remark that he trees instea), : money paid, or turnh,1a otht'r
3 man was
Services eve'rv other Sunday at 11 n. m. IIt. Some boys were coon hunting Saturday Working Society will meet on Sat SURGEON. We have mide 0

1 h. MATTICE. Pator.f had. no idea there were such pretty night. They killed two; one of them possible 'branc.'h, arrangements with large nUr\erJ"lUel1 to NtabJish a. t".uiy ..
at 'J30 urday evening at the Temperance nursery neat"Starke, therf\fore a
Sunday we
f Sunday School every gUftrantee aU
' and dancers in weighed a fraction less than 50 pounds Terms Reasonable. be reliable .q Ol.( future as state4 above tl) 1
8 |.:m. J. P. PRATT girls graceful our Tall. pro'lpe'ts are ontlJcly dependent
Superinte titleti;. Two families have: moved on Mr. Brig. A full meeting. is expected, furnishing the exact thln orllcrcd. upon our relIability] | | R"

rAr city. : ham's as business of importance will be I Office at Gaskins' Drug Store.
place. :
forU4 Mr. and Mrs. Heafford have not returned transact,,<<1. .'
R. Martin .
Our friend J. has with -
sefi Act 11: 2G261; Peter: 1C. F. J. FIELD .

.b4d4 of G. P. Young the Pastor piach"cs ,at his usual zeal and energy, purchasedfour as they expected.Mr. Notice the new card in this week's .I S"tarke. P1a'_ .
D. J. :Silcox has
: moved his yard
D. : HAMPTON car-loads of oranges for his!! annual paper of Mr. A. T. Copenhaver. BRICK: MASON'S WORK & ,. __- .
fence, so as to now include his barn. _
lhI |il ach 1st Lord'Eday at 11 a. m. and Satur \ r
) trip to Kentucky. His lot this SUIVOLA.Middleville lie has had long experience in making PLA STERER.

or v to at7ZOp.iu. STARKE year are exceptionally large and / Clay Co.I and tuning organs and is just ALL WORK GUARANTEED. lJJU W TJt O'IU 1

Mch 2nd Lord'4 'day at 11 a. m. and'. each bright, and were bought from Mr. can see from the expression on your he man we want in our midst. He 1. I ,

s.hi y.iLfrd'sdayalG HIGHLAND: Op. in. licks[ near Hampton. The groves face you do not know where the place is. also states if he has proper encouragement July BOX 30 41'87. tf,STARKE FLA. >. .

leach 4th Lord's day at II a.. m. and Satur- around Hampton and Waldo are Well you ask for correspondents, and he will put up a factory in 1 ,

de DerHL Way t. before CHURCH at 7':=30 p WOHSIIIl'. m. surpassing themselves this year in this Starke place and Lake is about View.half way between Starke. L. C. HULL, Paie1JrLnnd I ,' : I 8.1.t '. .

.. r\ ATORKOKCOLLEOK.wcr ever'a ', which makes; the industrious : -
) See Messrs. Trnby &
4. .1'/,00d's day at 11 a. m. We have had the first white frost of the Sternburg CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. : .

PRAYER MEETING farmers of that 'section feel season this weeK. We begin to gather in Co.'s advertisement in this paper. i ,""t.v'. .

Pt EE eaclfWedneajlay' at 7:30 good. the pine knots and make a rousing good r This j live firm have. bought out the STARKE, FLA, .J!! OI""! U :J'LA. '

0? fire, and pity our Northern friends who stock of Richard & Pace and will ;
dt CITY NEWS. The Literary Society will meet have their coal fires and bad colds. PLANS and specifications furnished on ; men who-tad H.w
ridiI87 the latter's notice. work solici-
occupy buildings onNov Carpenter .JbaiMi"
-- ---- this (Friday) evening, reports to the Mr. Sileox drove past today with the 16. be td and promptly attended to. 11Xd. r : .w Q OUSi '

a Pupils arc here a tendin.school. sontnry notw )listanding. \\ hen faith doctors-hope they can cure him. Everybody present on Hand made brick for sale, either at the & _j.c;I' -'_.. .'., d. ,. .
from all of the State. Mr. John Ilickle went to Gainesville that day, as there will probably helots kiln or delivered at the depot. ." .", cJ. :- ._. _
parts it de ...
)tlfl the Society \va. orginized was. July 30, 87. If. 0 ._4faweeTy.t.! { : -
--- -- friday to his homestead. MeClsrs. to see. -
ho* ,,.County School. Hoard will!: meet on citetlJo! hold meetings on the first' Chester Xorthup and Silcox accompanied W nvu th: :;; tgAivIIhthefl t. t.. ;" .- IUaaoz'y. l r'
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Iy Monday.. All members will bo and thin Friday: (neiiing 'wfiichnonth. !tint -'- ANNOUNCEMENTS paFL :t. ;r 0 0 ..' ..4 ;*/

A good entertainment has Plenty of cane and out cud I 1I 1- GEN7otaiiP" I. ,' "' ) ;
sugar oranges 0
lot :: AND
Id prcsent.. For ITIarilial. I I ... ;tiI11iE: w.r1tlsornjn.j ""f. .SHES. .
been prepared :and l it is hoped cni here. I Dep] remarkt is drailed- .
L l!" Dr.J.-I.i1skiti has enclosed<< his Mr. E. E. Wills ;: will escaped- bJ'i ..
yourfrienuJ :
and Mrs. Prescott! has sold over $12 worth rep nd 20,625 to cure .... .. 0 1. .. .>. .. _
citizens turn out cat-ot-nine 1 : .
, encouragellie tailS ,.A 5t -
}.Uiext. to.EJwar-dk'. );tables with a Sc last wCl'k'TJUGRAl'lI of cane in Strrkc, and will soon com your votes for Marshal. T 1 to his back there ;lla ; -thtft' &: :i,) Jj r." J{ .- ,.',((11 :.( 0 .

eat fence. \oung people. : mence grinding. She has some fine caneaved :Mr. Geo. Adams announces himself forMtshn1 cl1tcd. i.)! Snrinr..L:1cana.-_ ",,"'" m2nYa1Jf.! s at .0 ,.- :: -9 1.
for entire graph Office WOlf receive prompt aiten- j .
programme.Uradford and solicits votes. tf
ComnuMtioncrs' Court on for chewing. : your tion. Referances given if required. \j;. < : t- ;4. ;t.'ClJN -: :' -
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Mis. Wagner and Mrs. Prescott have Aug. 0, '87-3m. .
hundreds of poisons who have used >yO : 4 s "
is noted for its :X
fondly next, at the Court House, ; county I a splendid patch of sweet potatoes which \vr's Hair Vigor attest its value, as a -Bid" '1\. !I ; ,. ,'"..; I '
tJO o'clock. prohporons farmers. In any direction they planted on shaies.'; Come out, Mr. stimulant and tonic, for preventing: and TATE POWELL, M. D./'5 1" &'- \, '.." : .-.J':; LL'" l' .

:* ; ; yon may go from Starko joni I Editor. get a breath of country air, a the and <"i- "'-" ..-. > ,
11i8 Mayor had several priso ner; fining baldness. cleansing scalp After an experience of twenty years Lathe ; f r .it-r' ) tSi' .. .. .. 0
this week, for meatslth. will see piidenccs of health and sweet tater and cane.Pr restoring the youthful cujor to faded and practice of his profession:: has no hesancy \ I 'r: :" '{:-0 :": ,i.r'.,...<.'i t..'- ..." ; : _
1 : retailing ., Best is repairing the fence around in promising the latest, and most I .r A.\ ;I' 't.:
J license. wealth'e lately paid a visit to gray: hair. scientific treatment to those asking hi> .tt :'tJ"c 4:. ,:';.:"
out a his farm. \\ e hope the Do( U>r wjh like .l.. 0
_. -- -- Mi.V.. II. Undmhill, father of our Skin diseases cannot be successfully services. ... ;
Tr Worker
1 his home in the woods, and continue to be # Calls to the fn attended. ; :. ron
d rain C
We try promptly '
v reliIesscdwitliag found The I :i :
Sheriff treated external
worthy Deputy our neighbor P. E. B. by applications. Diseases of feriwVg and children a special ; .
5j; n last Friday afternoon-the first to such complaints is to & .- p1 ,I'! '
L Lhein very busy with garden, cotton proper way cure ty. . .."' i rP1a_
T \'eral weeks. Hampton Items purify the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Office at City Drug Stpre, or at hl* '! "T oi} : .

L r ,"* ........v...... gin and crops. His gin has been Under the vitalizing influences of this residence in East S6o\ke. ...:.., jrA'cTIT4l .f. "0. r. fnrt:.10 th&ertek building formerly occupied by C
'"he Ladies' Aid of their since cotton ,Wrman..I: in my lihe f nun tie citizen of the town and
.A ; : Society, running steadily season : Mir
Jack Frost: has onee more visited our medicine all the functions of the; body are 3.: rounding cmipl* fJ*' warranted Charges moderate.
I nKlttn Oulters and
I & '.).Kteiian church, met Tuesday\ began. Here we saw as nice horsesxs Land of Floweis. The light showers vnd brought into healthy action. CO)lEJ PEEK- Leaden a i>p ic*.; r. I.-.. -" .. *
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ut tl.--* ::, al l, wIthI :s. D. L. Cole. .. can be found in the county. Mr. cool weather will ripen the oranges very For City Clerk. & NO- (K2; _* ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 0

Rev: Phillips, of Sanfonl, rl'c: I U, raises his own hogs and beeves, fast. There are several of our orange; The friends of B. II. Jones announce ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ::1 ;k. .
around Hampton who have sold :
[C ill his sugar, syrup and potatoes, growers him as a candidate for City Clerk. TARY, THE MIOU ;'
Sunday in our midst and assisted: their crops to S. F. Gardiner & Co., who FLORIDA. MEN'S.
and has no Sa1e. His orange Notice. STARKE: BRADFORD COCSTT
* Rev. W. S. Richardson ably. plenty \ arc dealing in that business.We Special
very TITLE and Real Es. 1)ONOOUKIDSHOES'
Fine ( alt
method .AUigutf'f
t --- crop will ha immense and the are pleaded! to state that Mr. Foster FELLOW Cmzcxs I take this law Specialty..
I Mr. Robt. Billiard last Sat' tate r
spent fruit is of high grade. lIe has a and family have located in our midst, and of announcing myself for election to Y"'stract.j furiS.: :'; .d 6ho.wing every Deed, $ .50.
amf Sunday inotir. city. lie Marshal. If re.elected Lieu TiJe.lndgmeflt, Attachment Ivsjrno Li-mil Scwe4
ur.day large cotton field just south of the expect to make Hampton their home, the office of Town Mortgage, ,

h.d wa :lhe gujst of Dr. J. L. Gaskins.hr. Mr. Foster; is man of wealth, and is i I[ pledge the good citizens of Starkc a and ul&'JnVyers.., of PublicBerord Ladies wurj UK vr bru DOT AND SHOE STORE
f .. _______ __________ _____ ... house His cane is ready for cuttingho a of the duties of the & file I1tTet.n '''* of! Real Ls' Shoes made to ord rAl .$: .O0.
into tho mill business Pretty faithful discharge cSrida, to wearingt MIC! f.> .
going tate in Bradford co t* up ; > .
:' T.. W Sweat has moved into -- expects: to begin right away. friends for past: x ; .'
office. Thanking .
soon we will hear the whisll-s blowing my date ofbtrl't.. p: $ Shoes, nn 1It. i..ill .
JiiH'r.ew house, lie says it seems as Everywhere were e\idencs of thrift I and then the farmers can net their lumber favors I am. Very Respectfully. __5Li: '.o Complete- Line of mcii,;

I jiatfnal if he had always lived I I and convenience. We nio sure sawed, corn ground and cotton ginned E. D. WAI,. eonmy. &lj;U< IIII' STARKE,

Comfort !"hwihl} try ill Woman, )1115.". trs na there, there will always be enough to eat: right at Hampton.Ve are going to have CHEAP COLUMN YTFeeI pair: of thi J.'lh.hrtt..d:
I and drink. a town at Hampton y. t. line of Sho,' J.llIlie'
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Richard spent ] Shoes, come nll
Mr. M. X. Blanton, after several I days So weak and exbaiitet5 because: your FLORIDA.c..1uurrn
Word t Kd
One Cent a French : fc-I.o
in Starke. It is hard --- -----
Sunday to We WonderIf 'I absence has leturml to hampton and} va For the first in-ertion ar.-l: one-half cent blood is impure. AS:MU) expect the \

leave friends abruptly, so they are guess he must have laid in a considerable f.r each MibMjq'K'nt insertion in thh col aoitary comlit'.on of a city to be per $1. hem 0
prohibition is a good thing fiiuncially. defective a
a.id for his feet with defiled water and
coming often. stock of diygoods groceries umn.

winter trade. We can see him driving 'II 1 31 E KATES A SPECIALTY. sewerage as to expect such a complicated human I I. __ _ --.-- .u >_' ._ _r .- L-
bo the
Mr. I). Xewingham made a trip to If our cheap column is not going; to al"l1l11)\locc.\sionallr in his new turnoutI piece of mechanism as u > ---- W. *. LU|II"

Jacksonville pOlmhr.: frame to be in good order with impure M.L'Engle.
Tuesday: to puicha): : a 'it he purch\el;I Oil his trip. \\ e woul I IadvUe.Mi its minutest
If the buMw"' of Stirko ever' can I blood circulating even to t' (
stock of harness antI saddles for Vis be taught the value 1 nyn of printer's ink I '. 15. a-lverti-.e at o-icc :an I let ('.11' wind tolurco uud the I test five cent I veins. Do you know that every dropof 3 ;&.,l,.t &nn8. of iotu

new store. I the good people of our G.lIlmullitkalw d"in.it; W. II. Rivers'. <>'->9,4t your two or three gallons of blood .
____ 1 If Trtiby.. Steinburj; & L'n. is not the I W. N. BAKCR:: Cat.*.
where to W> to get clictp: 'h Lrini: for this passes through the heart and lungs HENRY A. -'ENGLE: Manager.
-Mr.: fiV.Sanders nuned i.iia lai:trust! firm in Kast Florid sea.n The l"LSt anti eliell|ilt.st hoe:) iu the city about two and a half minutes and that,

u-eek from the Morgan house, it If the pony! team U not a d.iisy. I \V. E. *\':ilnru'litcniolk-d;, SO'-cholars at are :at W. II Uiwer'j 29.4t I on its way it makes bone and muscle JA'ItSO: VILLE, :L'fA.. 0." .- 0

If left Monday( night.If i and all other solids .
being wanted by its new owner, :\It-. anybody got N.iv-irra Institute! this week. brain and nerve is ., .,.", .-.' ......,. ._.. .--.-... ..-. ..- 0
confidence htlrived: once is ever regained fluids of the body? The blood 0
Mrs. J. ..1..txoi We v..uUl rcsp.etly call the attention and RECEIVED. COI.T.ECTIOX!:
I Died, Tuesday morning, II BUSHESS. DWOSIW
Kjjwingl.am.: the Bible GF.NEUAL BANKIXO
"<1 : the great nourishes, or, as WiLL 0
I .- : :it hc" i evidence near this pi:ice. \ of fmniersjuid fruit growers fj) the :ulvt.I MADE AT V3UAI RATES OF EXCUAO.
: If it has been cold weak. terms it."The, -
The Madison I .
grading on the fruit
avenue after u. proti.icted! illness. She leaves a ( G'-o. Gardiner trux man. 0 '

Improves the city r.>o much that the I If ll.3 daily has ceased to flicker. I bereaved hu-biud: and several children and I I Life of the.'htd,.'' A k--0: 0j

If Mngbcejias really started a daily in A full flue of !.rho d 1 books at f U. H. Jones ,.1:1"" r
bloodbe l nJ ConrtMAI \s rOil'
.. Mrec committee are receiving compliments i many friends and relatives to mourn her I Is it any wonder, then,.thai e \ the Daftlft.J.uI1*;:. JJ&L". IIH 01,; (It :.. J.\.n: :.
'' I Tallahassee. ". S. Q. I Just t 1'l':1\'(.>. -10 baircU!; uf fine app'e-: *, not pure and perfect inn.1. ,.istituents j -. HE.Ll< tt W..l1oU..dn!;! )IIar l'savi7. wllt
>> all ..id63.There 110" I l1onht on If this cold weather will kill the yellow I inddable 0 \IODC1 III MJUI..OU appuhPW
-- \ at.J. C. Chat h's; iil-<>. a ficVii i Ui i )<: of candy, ,you suffer 80 many 1 : :::E2- .
is ; of Staike fever at Tampa. I The compounds! of Lavador arc dally symptoms? $ JAMES MEANS
a pro>pct crackI' sri.ipc- :i'id 'litesH -F ,l
1 If the beef market scheme will he a 1 presented l hy the ablest:: physicians of th<<: i Ayer's Sarsaparilla stands Siead and 0

IT having a furniture factory. With success.If had.: It IS nonpareil for loss of appetite shoulders" above every other Alter. I 1$4 SHOE

4' tfie proper encouragement; it may our womleiinu3( ;: were the cause of and debility. Price 23;:; cts.Pcrftrt .: 'i A. f"cOPENHVER I, atlve and Blood Medicine. As proof, r4ji Wi: ".''10 J n:u the

locate in center. he to tin :i read these reliable testimonies: I
pur the dance ]last Mondav niglt.If health can assured .1 NJAMESMEANS
I : 'acliciil Organ Manufacturer, O, C. Brock, of Lowell, Mass., says: .
The W. C. T. r. will meet Thurs; people are not shipping oranges too I !babby Juditiousjy using Dr.: Bull's IL.thy ;. i "For the past 25 years I have sold SHOE .

I I soon this jear. I S) itip bold} everywhere for 23;: cents a ; \ TILL roushly ropiinnd: : -rtni-h Ayer's Sarsaparilla. In my opinion. I S3 .

lay: : next, at 3 p. in., at Temperance I If the people will Leep coming to j jStarke I bottle.Oil1. > l a'l l ki'nof! l''.\ni.nn and CnirucuOuit I 0 the best remedial agencies for the cure- I 1\Hau'"It I.iv'f.r r'II"'!v-IP.nr."otlClfHt 0F. ..rII ., .-
I diseases arising from imparities 1q- .lf..r.lIk"r ".r.\lJted-_ i't.".
all the .
1 0 F'tNITrnt. &c. of ..d' '' 1. .
Hall. Business of All I ---- ---- .. ". I II..I.'I.HH.! :) Otr :
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: importance. this :
North. contained in Ju.u.S.I '
;: all winter fiom the \e who te.ioh tho ingenious youtl I All ....(.rk \\:.rr.,itrcl ()\',-r Cii )'cIr.'.' exII.ericlo.'t' : of the" blood are V >> // 'i'r ) "'!:oJ'ii'\".n.-I .rl J a p.r.uJuint 'C1-abtll P... S.' .. .
members requested to leprcseilt.: If iti i< nr.t :i'lmitte.1 by all tint Dr.id: j! tin' adilicisA I i medicine. i / / : a A" ,;I hint,.r!:Pt' II::. n"'.:lIP:.!.whaievek ..w u:
learn I "
them l'allllll i "
let v/f- "
of intion. or .4 .. S48L 1 *?
I IIr. our gK4: I Eugene I. Hill, M. D., 381 Sixth Ave.. t...(4' ..r,': ,,*,I.. ; 0 r..14i. 'fir" :arc ..-5 Sii
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ford: county is not the( boss: health county.I i solf-defenMj Salvation OJ il]: rOPKNIIVKIt.. "As a blood-purifier y ; .Pi'-T.it rr ,i'"Jim.. I ':.:inr i MSOO* n t > -. ... .
:\ E.Stron'" house noble act of as I 0 T. I New York, says : 4 v 'i .i 1 .f raM- 't",h- .4E4 ,.v:r t t, : :
$ painting I stock shares will withomo MarKr, Flurl' fa. and general builder-up of the system, I r 1 I Jv 1 -.Cy/| f-.lti.. ii&.> \._ S ne--J.1.:1' ....n slut 1 h. r' :. T--{ 44I t
How hurts '
I high go the specific! for : 0 .. .... ...
tjlie final much improves is I have never found anything to equal I I 1 titr. 14 I.e.. .., ,'.. .JI...,4 3'fl '" S lihfW". ii'I .t". .... '
coat whicheiy ., .. .
:. nf laIr bo.Monday: [ evening they I I.iuJuIIr.i yesterday told \I';. in hejy r : ,- -- Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It gives perfect rrr7r.ik_zc.i \'i !s a J -.!.,......1 ,'. '.,..:. -.r."c. "' t..n'" tilt.,:" -' ;0.t

: it. It is a .lark red with lark ueic K-poitcd 340. and iNiiig.i I II satisfaction." 0 // l.k i.r$7.. I' L.a..,: "''s I':!::-i ir: ':". j_ : ... ..
\\ wlut; .1 jjoud nudicina I Dr. Bull'! 0 .' It i l' :a I' -y: .. ,., .. 10. :
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reen tiimmings. Hc will coon be i If our joung m 'n will try to learn the I II : Cough *Jirup i i-; it hid cured her ofvery : {!'';' { I efficacious Ayer's Sarsaparilla in all forms proves of Bcrofnla equally I I I, A' I I :I -.1.. r' ,"4'T.&T'.:otf'<...'f', .'a..P::t;I... '..'r'....t"- .... ,- : .
F '-k .I
able to mo'fe into it. I I round dances. Id. I T .t. s's'I Ii !I'.- / iT'M //K I J.i'l''t": .1-*.'. ..,.." niwi** J5 ?* **
: sevens ci< "j1. Boils, Carbuncles Eczema Humors, 1 U I ...... ... .. 1.0"I'
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If\ certain Staikc: buy will lie I Ii Inw" ._- ---- 0 Q ":I t h ,;,..: .t 1\0 r .I--_. ... ... .:
We arc $4.1 ;;MU the gi-uial) face ; i A Family Blessing.Simmons' : It i.: !! 1 ... ... I I Lumbago, Catarrh, Sfc.; and is, therefore \\ : .J.j r- : I .... a.'\.,..,",.,1'Ai. : .r:,.,"..\..... 1.,.";.. : .-.7.. "., 0
when cert-tin Gainesville chip :oincsi p .1"-1' x; .. 0I
a ,
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of I Hi-gulator, the favorite !: the very best l'l: : :- %- '--- I :!o'. ..'. "''.c S fI= .Itt .1)1, .... ,.. ..
Liver .l -
our friuj.i .Mea ham with i.1 H'H'r. ;:O"H L : s' .
ussgain. fi'hn : V4 fur'
down.I .n..lAf".1 .. ... .... -'.. Err'r''Ut.... tb "TuTh '., -'".
i I .. Medicinein : iuto et: "
j is vesjetable, and 1 i 0; ,'ii'tIdLetb' -u0' ; and Family ..... ": .!II ypt''' rt ay .
jI home remedy cnttidy 0 Spring :7 0
Ilujias for jI I ...., ... .. I'.I.-.t.v,1k'.S. ... .
been tomcime .J< Ii..i .. pu.la3f4
away ji boieL.;a.alci .ZC '*f'J_ ... t, fr **.I l wul s.iI *
and best family medicine ilia t'' .. ,. .. ... all Mr. Cutler, .... .. .. J. ... 0
I Th Kentucky. the purest ,, .. '\"' I!" .., use. It beats says S '." X.Ii'"
| long ejjough for us to find out I; This } popular: house has changed: hands is compounded.: Xo crrcr to be fi-.reil iiadminiterii'g I 1 .r..". -p... 1..r!3..J".JV'i J"7r '. .: :.- > ..-.' _, Jt 0 of Cutler Brothers & Co., Boston, "howAyer's ... .%.io.., Ktwss;; ;......S3 JAMES MEANS t.,. .. >.

\how much think of him. i .. ". '4. ti:.vtTu-._ >-w..r.-.l: [ .A Lincoln St., Boston. .r.?'" 34L.J 0tFr
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v0 '. this W'l'lC(,l. J H Martin: retiring.; 0 ; n'> inj-i'V i f.om tposiirnfler : t: I 1a flmTrt. ," '. !':h" ;' 1" a. ; .. 4 uiui: ,>!tH j ..
: Idel, r C'o; 1J: t!.; t&Ie." iJ'o'''pI Sarsaparilla ;
I I A good, boy, between Hand ; The Colt hal by his social way and good taking; no loss of time It i is the I \nli\ I..St.)1:. ._' i.! ie. ': :. ..J..te.u... '
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bu'ut a good hotel trade.: btt pieuntive medicine and safe to (Ano <(j i I'm'. I;.8 t ; ": ; 0': 0 0 ;.; '" .:: sell." Prepared by the above Shoes for sale .
16 year old, who would like to !' management up e.ao: d. Do"", ,.:_ !. :fi.V.I ...c.\", 0 does \ 4t&of _
his !house full of lIoB. The matter: what the sickness! may prove t t'be 'II .
and} leaves :: "eo.'Low
(team: the tr.ide is wanted Sdd vwhcre.j Dr. J. C. Ayer 0' rI I Starke Fla0;
pr'fctoi'x vii I v ::., REZ :
disease :
iLes the house in good and, in any ordinary : !; ,
new pmprittor : j I Price $1; .!* bottlei, fJ- Worth.$i ioiY .
ai this office, :Must be able to readreadily. I' Demand tho .1 1.1:1H't': 41 3: : n'p.\/ York .
'f time and will, no doubt, continue its I| effect -peedy cure. genii I, 'r'\f o\..s!..-,. .qi- & t 0
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_uI y '- 4DTEHTI8INO. RATES. 4 AGEICULTURAL.TOPlCBOV -.. HOUEOLDJT'rqs .. AS relates a capital
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J I Genan.newspapr
EQiB. lw erd Some 11'r \ _
Iw Im lm .m Lm At least "story s : ;
10,000 pre erTed humming. I! !_ ..: .
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.'-, .4, .B..........._.... 250 32 40 80050u2000 in the British Museum. The finest col, INTEREST RELATIVE BeILw CAULI ; se properly years"ag bathing plat & where hens
.r3 6.......... ..I600 'l ()II 800120022004500 I soak'' two'bours. ineold, salted < which .
lection TCf FARM AND GARDEN. tound quartered in a little room, .
; jlJ........... ..: 700100012008003 005500' on this side of the Atlantic, coataining into water. '
.f....... ...:....._1000. 15OO2004J60O500OS00S i about 2,000 specimens, has been waterhd plunge boiling he said, served at once a dining, dwelling .
When'tender, .pour over and :Ifedrqpm. As the visitor ex- _
b Ten cents: a line for the exit and AT* cenU for. .1." presented by Mr. D. G. Elliot to the Yellows in Peaches. .. '.of cupful of milk, thickened broke in 'oh> -
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. : each subjeqoent insertion.I American Museum of Natural in a pressed surprise, 1 I
T& bpecial rate for time adrcrtlMmenU' upon tpplt. I New York. i !The disease of peaches known as yellows with 8>vtai1ej ?nul. Of. ld seasonedwithbuttejisalt. Ihave two other large rooms, but I kctp -

.I' Q ,.Uon at the office. is due to a parasitic fungus which' I|r the articles hired by me in them." With cjir' -. ;

I / H B HBB Flour is like butter, it absorbs smells infects the whole tree. It is not in the FRosn& e cupful of sugar, one- I this the composer rose from his seat, ; -..

SUBSCRIPTION BATES. readily. It should not be kept ia a place leaves only, but in the stem, and the parasite half cupfuVofT milk 'a piece of door and showed his astonished (I iL _

.ole re.r......................... .. .-.......-..SIA. where there are onions, fish 'decaying R but opened a ) .
to the
MX:: months................................... 75 other seems enter tree by the rot. ter onehalfhe. size ar. egg. visitor ninety-five barrel organs, remarking ; 1i -
Z4 Al! subscriptions mnit be paid invariably In ad- vegetables, or odorous substances, It has been known to affect ;a ten minutes strong and beituntil thick !,1! : "When I came here, all these organs ---i I '

. Biice. No diecrtmlnatlon in favor of anybody.Commnnlcatiocs or in a damp room or cellar. Keep it in through diseased twig buried near the enough to put the cake. Forchocolate -!!!i played otetto,' 'Trovatore,' and (,

a cool, dry, airy room, not exposed to'a roots and it orchard f r
i 4j all matters of local interest ugh an frosting use one square to the above similar stuff. I have hired them from the
'; w solicited from all parts of the countr..Jo freezing temperature, nor to one above from centres where the disease begins. quantity. For piuk.frosting! add a little owners. I pay about 1,500lirc, and .now )

:'- ''. .---.. ._, n_-__ seventy flegreei, and always sift before But it is not known to attack trees where beet juice. I i i! I can enjoy my summer rest without be. .
General using. the soil is furnished with abundanceof I 1 '
+' : "Directory. an -
TARTS.-One-half cupful of butter, ing disturbed. -
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" 14W A recent observer of sunflowers attributes potash and lime. Where the soil is -
1.6- : UNITED STATES OFFICERS. one-half cupfui of lard, five .
their antimalarial action to their well naturally these materials tablePOon-1 I \ 1 )
',.4 r SKKATOBS : supplied wit fuls of cold water, one Mistaken Identity. '-cz ir ._ _
. obsorption of water from the soil; as well yellows is not n, as is the < ,.. .
and little
!; ._: .11 on. Satan P4 C). Monticclb.lion. one egg, a O'er the of the rocker,
;. as to their accredited properties of absorbing case in parts of Tennessee and the mountain sugr top high.bcke
l .4. I \VJlklnson Call,JacluO vlUe. eggs and salt together. Take I could see ber hea -.J
malarial and region of the"South; where old
germs, emitting very what flour it. needs, to make up the quantity My lovely, darling l
much oxygen. During June, 1885, a orchards are found and.:scattered wild Melt She whom I was soon to wed.
and "with this
; First District-lion. R. n. M. Davidson, Qnlncy- quarter of an acre of sunflowers exhaledin trees of very large size. The remedy is miX thoroughly. =:- -i- 1
and -
second Dietrictlion.Charles Dougherty, Port the lard and butter add the water .
closer -T
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Orange. the form of vapor an average of sixty- plain. Before planting a peach orchardthe crept up -

% 4 t .v. ;'. u. ,. Gincuix COURT : five gallons of water daily. land should be well prepared by plow- mix together. Hoping to surprise her there;

: 1 Fifth Judicial! Clrcnlt-non. W. B. Woods, At- ing.* harrowing and liberal manuring PICKLED ApPLEs.-One gallon of best My heat was thumping wildly, a
. 1 lunta, Ga. Conrt Justice, &eatgn d. The most sensitive instrument ye the As softly stroked her h.I i-- -5
Supreme four of
vinegar pounds ._
4. made with a of lime and wood ashes, sugar, al %. : -
lion. Don A. rardeeIewOr1caueLA.C1rcn1t: for of heat ha dressing : -
i .,- Judge. measuring degrees ? and afterward' should be apple (pared and cored) that it cover kissed one rosy, dimpled cheek; '-4."I. _

r 1:. M. Call, Jacksonville,U. S. Attorney North recently been exhibited at a soire of regularly manured and with well, one tablespoonful each of ground As I went to ki the other, .. -t-t--- -- !'
-," ;. ern n ftrlct. the English Uoyal Society by Mr. C. V. supplied cinnamon and cloves tie the cinnamonand I got a better lok at-him! I !; ; f-a.--

. W. C. Bird. Marshal Northern\ District.I Boys, who calls it the "radiomicrome- abundant food. If this were done the I. ; Great guns! It was her brother :- L. : .?'-

I hilip Walter,Jacksonville, 1). C. \\ilsonTallaha ter." Mr. is able to visible peach would be a longer lived tree than j cloves in a cloth, and put with the -Detroit Free Press. .-..-, ., ,.. -
Boys produce a I
I -f ee, F.C.Humphreys,Tencacola, Clerks, North- Cook
it is in the existing orchards which are I apple into the vinegar and sugar. -\- '
effect of- ;
era Dllit ricl. heat on a half-penny heldat artistically 'I"_
: I nearly done and then Pour We have a treat in store for our -
-' ,4 TERMS-KORTIIERX DISTRICT: a distance of more than 1,000 feet rarely cultivated.or manured.-Ne York unti cool inclined readers in the advertisements of the A' -

p : .Tackcn\.tint Monday In December. from an ordinary candle flame. Times. juice off boil it, and pour over Itoryt-oap. The first of the series of elegant r. :: ,

.. illnbastee, first Monday in February. the apple, and let stand until.cool. Repeat announelmpnts of its many virtues appears in ;
Icnieco1a,11rt Monday March.u. Cotton, according to a scientific this twice and will have a this issue. Ivory Soap must indeed be a
Advice very
.. on Killing Weeds. you continuous
if thingscan
of merit good
t':.. 7 s. STRICT COURT Northern District : authority, is not a fibre, but a plant hair.It The nice pickle.PICKLED. soap be said rare of it, and we redic our readers u-r T THAT is meant by alkali"Doctor: ? I see it mentleiV
advice and
lion. Thoe. !Set'le, Jackr cnville, Judge. holds to be spun into a thread becauseof following suggestionsare the cab- will become so interested { beautifully "
given the Agricultural Department CABBAGE.-Quarter drawn pictures that they will be the first thing V the advertisements of IVORY SOAP.
) ___ R. M. fall JacktoiuUle, I' b. Attorney.W. peculiar twists in each hair, shown: i
4 C.. I'.ird JacUon\llle! :Marshal. report: '. bage, wash l lily in. a wooden bowl or looked for in the paper even to having he preference in ;.
.. .. under the microscope, especially in polarized with the Madam; is the alkali which is not coral,
-. .1'; PhUpnUcr.Jackijouville, Cleric, Eaitern DiMon. Plants cannot live indefinitely deprived stone jar, sprinkle thickly with salt, and our lady reader marriage -'Iree Alkali,
% light. Linen thread be notices and our will soon be convinced _
;. .. I). C.Wllson.Tallahapicc: Clerk, Middle Dltlslon.; because the flax fibres have certain may "Spun, of their leaves. Hence prevent-i set in a cool place for twelve hours. that advertising is not a lost art, nor is with the fats or oils of which the soap .is made, due to the igno -
:. l"'. C. acota Clerk rough.: Drain off the v' it art lost when applied to ad\ertising. The fact
- .. J Uamphrelal'eD Western Di. in* their above the surface : brinc"anf thro over a '
-. e. nesses their surfaces which enable appearance that the has been taken b such discriminating in which free
vlition. on space of the maker. Soaps ;
- TERMS: them to cling together. Hence it is impossible will kill them sooner or later. I I pickle! made by adding to every gallon of advertisers as Proctor )Gamble is an or carelessness? soap ak.
'. Plants vinegar one teacupful of two endorsement of what we have always claimed: both the clothing and j
t: Eastern Division-Jacksonville, first Monday In to make as fine linen as cotton have greater need for their 1 sugar -no better advertising medium exists than this present are decidedly injurious to te

p: December.. Middle DivWon-Tallahassee! flrct Monday In cloth, but it is much stronger.Mr. the leaves growing, and can season be more than easily when killed in j I j.I whole tablespoonfuls mustard,of a little celery red-pepper seed, one pod of, paper. when habitually used. I have seen reports of analysis made of 1 ba

1'ebrnary.tiiern. Erie Bruce, who has worked out partially I TOWN CLERK of Salem Ill.has
:, \\ Division-Pentacola, first Monday In dormant. I and mace and cloves to taste. Bring the 'urrAKER. foi eminent in our profession, and all pronounc
a young leghorn rooster has a tine ear IVORY SOAP by men
<.: ... .. }t arch. _ the idea of signaling at night by a- Captive Cultivation in a dry time is most in pickle to the boiling point in a porcelainor music. When Miss Whittaker seats herself at : with and of
balloon lighted inside by electric the to play he hurries into the room 'free alkali to-be made great care r
STATE OFFICERS. jurious: to weeds and beneficial to I granitized iron kettle, and pour over piano to no ,
.' incandescent ] has crops. through the door or window, flies upon the in-
... (lorcrnor-Edward A. Terry Tallahassee. lamps, just completed- ;Avoid the introduction of weeds in the cabbage, which should be packed in strument, and, after looking at the keys for a terials ofthe best quality, carefully selected, so I unhesitatingly i
1 Attorney-General P. Cooper, Tallahassee. one for the Belgian .go\ernmeut. TiS manure- litter I a stone jar. will be ready for use ina short time, hops upon them and pounds out
of State John L. Crawford, Tallahassee. or or weedy s>ur"roundings. I house for which pis
! T
Secretary the
, .l' signaling is effected by cutting off and? Some gardeners use no stable month. .onion, chopped, i desired. note that seem-- to- till him with delight.- ommendit for every purpose about goo

Comptroller-W. D. liarneg, Tallahassee. letting on the current feeding the lampsby Good .
.. desire Housekeeping. Professional Etiquette
manure on grounds to
they keep d.
. "4,, ..: 'frrll urcr-E. 8. Crill, Tallaharsee.AdjutautGcneitl means of a key like that used in requir
" ,II -David Lang, lallthassee. especially clean, relying on commercial prevent some doctors from advertising theirski. '
telegraphy. Mr. firucc's latest balloon bound such convention WORD OF WARNING.
- : Commissioner Lands and Immigration L :. fertilizers and the under we are by: no A ,
!Mitchell Tallatineeee. is fifteen feet in diameter and 2,000 ploughing of Useful Hints. and think that if we make a discoverythat '

.. superintendent. Public Instructions J. Rill cubic feet in capacity. It is made of green After crops. Benzine and common clay are used to spread isof the benefit fact to to the our felows. .we Therefore ought to There arc many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good asthe'Iwrj1they
\ :. tcl' Tbllahasree.Commissioner of Iramlgration A. BobinBon, varnished cambric and is translucent. a summer crop has ripened, instead clean marble.A we cause to be published throughout the land ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable quabtal ,
of allowing the land to to the fact that Dr. K. V. Tierce's "Golden
Six Edison grow up :lclcal it.
TILlJabueeee.f j BUTREMB COURT. and Hwan lamps of eight weeds, it is often well to sow rye or some pint of watercresses will make salad Dtecovery" is the Lest known the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon getting |
and ten-candle power are mounted in- consumption (scrofula of the lung) and kindred -
.: Chief Justice-Geo. G. McWhorter. Tallahasse ide. other crop to cover the ground and keep I enough for five persons. diseases.. Send \cents In stamps for Dr.Pierce's Copyright 1886, by Procter 'Gamble. .be1iENSLICKER
I Aseociate.Juatices-Geo. P. Kaney, Tallahassee; them down. complete consumption.withunsurpassed --
I Brine from salted meat should never be tn'ati"eol -
n. Ii. \'an Valkenburgh, Jacksonville. M. Alphonse de Candolle believes he Give I I means of elf-t i eat ment. Add re.ss.World's .
every part of the farm clean upon" the ground or'floor.
I : ruBLio LANDS-U. 8. Lands. has established certain his spilled< DNix-nsary Medical Association, 6
: by researches -
I culivato every few years, either with At this of small insects Main street, Buffalo, N. Y._
: 'I I season great
LaM office, GalueITilleC. Tucker, into
Rejist the hereltitv of the eyes, the if .
crop, or, necessary, with a ,, is in IT that the number of -
fact that care necessary! looking over vegeta appears university) _
have l
I lUTE LAXD5. women a larger proportionof fallow. students In Germany, \hit h twenty years ago

t Land office, Tallahassee L. Mitchell, Coo brown eyes than men ; that where both It is often stated that weeds bles.A was 13,400, had risen to 17MIO ten rears ag"and j
; taiftloner. table spoonful of caramel improves is now 28,000( ; during the last lire years the :.
____ parents have of the color the
while in
eyes flower
will kill
them. This is -
both the color and taste of stewed to- number of students has increased 35 per (ent.,
: COUNTY OFFICERS. chances are eighty-eight to twelve that only. reliable with biennials and with >" \hile the increase of population was only 5 per I itbobaPar Te new PO'.IEL perf ctr S
Man*Feaoia IM
i matoes.
County Jndse-J. R. Richard. the children will have, at ten years of them only when done so late that much soft knit into cent IL_ B" \ "F.b a"ct.enlrlc Jr4"temk Barofmilon..AJ-Towor. _

Clerk!: of.Circuit Court-U. F. York. age, eyes of the same color; and that of the seed will I Ordinary lamp-wick Woman and Her DI"ea.e.
grow. --- ---
Sheriff II. W. Epperson.s where the have of different convenient squares makes excellent dish- is the title of a large treatise, by Dr. -
: A.-enor-N.C.. parents eyes If the "ground is well iustrate
: Walnwrijtt.i kept Qccupiedwith towels. R. V. Pierce to any address rTty'sTHOUSAN.DS
4 : Collector: -B. Haynes. I colors the chances are fifty five to forty- other.crops weeds -will give much for ten cents Bufalo. teaches successful .
-k itenargi.of c1h.'r.! .Dowllng.Snvcyor >\ five in favor of brown as against blue or less trouble. Baked eggs are sometimes relished by I REAMl3t4.W0 SAY THAT.FEV4 .
meadows and road- .. sel-treatment.
J John I>. Pratt C. K. 1 Keep. 4Us( $;, 11fELY'S :
I, -h1 :CMfi1.'. 'I gray for the children. lIe also thinksIt sides well those wno Una inea ones greasy ana in A m
bill\' .'jimieeoners-LWltkovskI\ O.V. Me. seeded and plough-land culti- TEXAS woman has a pet alligator that j ]

2 ., .., 'C"tl1Jab.! ; "Yt! o n S Andrews andFot. itv probablethat_ persons of the brown vatedx except whcnshade by crops. digestible.Oil \'ag tail when his name is called. HA CREAM BALM beId

.. ..?, -.:' ,, Ji *-. e healthy.than- -.. or grease may be removed if takenat Unlike other: cathartics. Dr. Pierre's "Pel- (TREI TIE]( OF J!
: ;> 'ts"do not render the bowels ro-ti\e after
J IP,'",':-" /. "' -..r'" I Top-Drcs8h Grass Land. once by corn meal thickly strewn over I peration, but. on the contrary,e&ttibh-h ajicr- -'t: HAYFEVER.Apply .
; :
the soiled
who under
MaynrT. li, are parts. U lanently healthy arton. BrilY fltlrll rtiir-
; O.. S. Bliss, a Vermont,.f rmer, in l)1enojarticuhar using Balm into each nostriLDIRtCTTOWEAKSPUIS
( pzar\ are working says Tomatoes dipped in bread crumbs and j
v -, ::4i ?;9:: ( --r u: o .___"1 wherever theo the'the New York TrUntnc:' I I believed browned in butter are a delicious addition i- icm. B)11rugi't! -- -

l'tf orer l H it r S 1.;\ ____>-'\'jup new fields. They in the common theory of fall top-di easing, to the dinner. h er GERMANY torpedo boats has discovered are useless.that in a high sea ?

the but a little accidental experience opened
V"t. past - -
'" Cleanliness in the kitchen is conducive
0i .. ;: f'. DYi'antine0 my eyes to the fact that top-dressing at Extraordinary nevertheless t rue. We re-
,. : :.. '"""V., other seasons is often far more effective. to the comfort of the household fc'1 to the announcement of H. F'. Johnson & 11iiiN
'A, \-: 0:1\ \ \1.I;. ,:.'\"'. Between the road and thef. from the head down to the help. 0., of Hi.hnwld. in. ,which they proviso to A
\ nce across I fkj
\I t. just
3 an-
t ,! 'ft'i1omake
? from
b \\\" "'e\ :\-'" the front of house-lot Kitchen now cover the \. .
of aprons
my strip '
\\ ; .\\."...... i..I' 1"e been re- 'cluOto )a"mont'h o\eriind above expenses. '
& arer
'I)' land from her neck to heil *ft %" !
.V. \\\0 sk remains 3J by 40 rods, which, at I v.y .
c. \
: \I. Two sets of ROYAL GLUE'mends anything! Broken Chi.
) *
V. '-\.,' "-:'\.\\\c." ... --- ..,,\\\\ silver-gilt labor, I leveled and set in grass- mUcj I pockets arcsUjji. A'icd'tr* the- outside. na.Glass, Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & urn j (% -

tI E'-\ \ .\ .::. .' -- __,\,\. .)It.cttes, all tion in lawn grasses and the i ... _. $. -- \ on tlihk ;fi-a-; 1

1 1f ,\ "",.., '. VJ \ ..,.,. t mowings. Across this a class p : -c4 ii me is kept in the cellar the I FLORID; "It Advantages and Draw backs." For
'l' ) .... book Florida maps bonks, lands or tick "
\ \ of the ice
.\ t\cc: .(;. .. _. t >e \"c \" ., r-- should be allowed to the weaknesses.and $ \s !\I It\ \ : I detlgaTurassertingliivj rlgntto trav never drip on -- ----- -I of those chronic
_____ '.! U'I \ tt \\\\\ This dis [ re ailments peculiar to at the
...' \ the and it is floor. teme
\\'t.., \:;\\e tIers oL.t.I I during muddy season, som Le- What Is the Use ( _c- Hotel and Surgical BuSiJ
75 ,'\ V deal cut One Galvanized iron pails for drinking'as In BtodW
t eo. ;- ; Fort .' ; time a good up. seas on lc vast experience
cities \c\\\\\\\ iisth.iveM. '% should be used. The zinc Of your dragging"yourself around day after day h aore testing remedies*
ing ,/ -'Hen the fall of snow was light it w water not
'ft Jl t ;. r \ ..furtheU without life activity, feeling all tired out and \ or woman's peculiar
\ CJ' any re of "
\ mae
\ I all winter and in t"ppring he is acted water
coating readily by
\ .
!. one has yet.Been).. .. :; \\ .' graveled upon miserable when you might b 8 quick and Lively Dr. Pierce'. I

The clQck is 18 feet \ \ "' "4it _'.. ---,\. h. great ugly ruts were cut the wh()le forming a poisonous oxide of zinc. and strong as ever? Take care of yourself at once. ) V is the outgwh or.result.Thousands, j __.___

.". .i\. length of it, and the prospect for 183 i cut beefsteaks or In the depleted condition of your system a com --
gn thinly are
the width is : ... ; .. 1 pre- mate, received from patients and l
: of 7 feet \"IJJ. ) f
: : ; ., \\ he otherwise fasten upon you with (
\ \ \' Y. .... ; seemed very poor indeed. t ferred by many. They are !sprinkled on plant trl.la may 1j = A who have tested it la the 10
: ;; C} feet deep. Nearly air .. .'..h, ,-".\\,\." ..... 1De. road became settled an& travel assum cd top with fine herbs and bread crumbs serious or fatal results. Hood's Sarsaparilla is ;Just cans and obstinate cases which !
\ \t .. ( /" the medicine you need build up your entire ayiteoa their prove it to be the most
I expensive varieties of woc \ : '-, \."".,..-'.' .",. \):".. ,'\ t..,'.. ''.--;... .",_ .t:: normal course I toiu 'spike-too'th, I that give to it a new and pleasantas ,t purify and quicken t your blood and t give x ski. devised for the relief a(.-

: its construction, also a.1 nmbti .,\ .\ ,\"\ .... '' 'J el ." h ow and smoothedit-drVn a well flavor. you and Buffering women. It ia not
\ \ 1, : apptt Itength I Swoma's
'. \vifh "} blood purifier has noea "cure-all. but as a most .
: variety of metals. Thp ttht \,\" \ "! "'. 1"4. cud, finishing the-/.v a pro!:1P !' The composition of an omelette, variedas the a strengthens and ln.li- peculiar pe
. \' .., .\\.I\ ... /'rt.! tWtj ,ho. then gave it iht,1sing wi ;:i : throughout is a marvel of beauty/*FiJ ,P.. .,," ... 'mannrc from-the shed:a good quality of I 1 is in a nunurcci ways, neetis a great complaint wlithel; !t-results.. :"=. B. S.UNDER I Itt It imparts etrengtts to the whOle.

have been consumed initi' : .',\1,1 : tI'\\" manure-and re-se'-ed it. A of deal of judment Salt prevents the Pearl O.Hood's Don't allow yourself break. Keep and to the womb and its araricuI.
: : :: long years 't : part a I herbs For
others \\l.t 't's aDS 'OJ1R'i load of manure J'Aver was spread I eggfrom rising, or too many SarsaparillaSold Youth.Health. Vfcror. At first signs of going ." overorke
T construction; sometimes four, I .lso will render it leathery or indigestible. by all &t; sU for$5. only hack, begin use of WELLS' HEALTH RKSKWXR. tch--
have been engaged in the uatot'aaI't" 6 very lightly, 0.e.. .\ part plot by C.I. drgist.. Apothecaries Lwel preyarei. For weak men,delicate women. Renews en- dremaker seamstresses o"J
e flv., men : : "'s- When one is tired of beefsteak in the mother
\ nearer the fence vc'* erffv. Cur s Dysjiepsia. Mental or Physical kep1 nurig. FT-"
indicated in the vaz. .*" ''trr l it is nice smothered IOO Doses One Dollar Weakness, Nervous and General DeoQity. gnerJy. Piere's
1.q--:: work.: Time is usual .meet wv. ..\ & threidif- "The ,.*asn* everyway a success ordinary way very earthly boon, being
operati Fever ntod ARUC. Nice to fcikp. true merit,unequal -
\ \
p manner by hours, minutes, and' seconds -. ferent causes"vy' ml {--i1ie most, Bountifully repaid for with bread crumbs, a little minced onion, COCKLE'S TORPID LIVER and NIGHT as an appetizing cordial and resin

in addition half seconds eighths many:are brpCw by accident i or through the labor wa expense.' The season a small piece of butter, salt and pepper- SWEATS, Leanness, Nervous Prostration, nervine As a soothing, and urea .

; ,- a few are blown in by wind dry and the spread it on the steak, roll it up and tiewith ANTIBILIOUSPILLS heavy labored or restless sleep, exhausted, ana "Favort Prto-
The wle proved general grass s crop tired laniriid faint. "ALL GONE" feeLnp.distresrfin .
sixteenths and thirty-seconds.
? storms.: very seldom that 0 windowis was much shortened, but 'here that a string, and bake or stew until the back or head. Wind on bowels duing nervous excitability

,- day of tho year, month, and week may : so hadly shattered that we cnnt save little spring dressing was applied it was tender. or Rtonfech. $1 ,ft for 5. Druggists orpress. 'Ex other haustion. prostration nervous hysteria sym,
ii. S WELLS.,Yerrv CI'T.N.J..U.SFL0HIDA -.A. dltring.
: also be taken from the dial. The num- some portion of it.nnd as we make it a rule full and luxuriant. Of course it was a I' An old New England housekeeper THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I monly functional i i -

.' 'l her of wheels, parts, pinions, springs, to replace all panes that are broken instead very small eyperimen but it was won- says: "To keep moths out of closets, I For Liver, Bile Indigestion etc. Free from Mercury disease and of she relieves womb.mental It induces anxiety i-1
contains Pure \> >tablo Ingr.U.nU.Agent
of paying out the value in cashyou An'd | clothes and carpet, take green tansy. ; .
the mechanism is derfully suggest I determined to I I : C. N. CUITTENTON, New York. epondency.Dr.
: ;n.mt other parts of that losses not is bet before it to seed. Put Favorite Pt
our are tee
can readily see so. follow it up. ,Y we not wholly abandoned -I goes ..,
., I j legion, all of which contribute to most heavy unless a very large pane gets falL f#>*,/ dressing, but I have i around the ed.
'wonderful and amusing exhibitions of shivered into atoms. We buy the gl.i: !'sat dressed !i ijre* 'ctf- tip to the time when I up! in coset where woolen clothes are physician and adapted to wonua'Morganization. *

i, t historical events. The several phases good discount and hue our own men the gramitf0 *i1ec flb a good, large start. hung no moth will ever come where ORAME} GROVES composition. and It to perfectly purely vegeU btnjj*'

i.,. of the moor. are indicated. The entire to put it in. .\1 the gla .s you see in the The only r j* ), ,experienced in late- effects in any condition of tneiji
outside and it is in float
office salvage, only spring drcsing.Th the manure morning sickness or nausea
of and solar getting 10 Ortinije Grove Tracts of 40 acres. weak stomach,-f-
the cause arising
planets systems
t- : pystcm exceptionable cases that we are unable to well spread. /l $en it carefully and Castle Harden. and kindred symptoms ftuiZ

Ii I aro.shown in perfect form and in all replace a pane from our stock on hanl1 thoroughly fff A i so as to leave no When the immigrants come into the 20 Orange Grove Tracts of 20 acres. pepsia doses, will prove very beneficiaL Jr
40 Orange Grove Tracts of 1O acres. Pre.criptlOfl"tive *!
the varied evolutions. A perfect Even the scraps are of value. lumps, the M malwajs been magicalin from the their "Fayorlte
r'-: garden ships names are 33O Grove Tracts 5 euro for the most compBOMJBtinate
to for shelves in Orange of acres.
.' '" of astronomy be studied from put many u cs. especially: thicken'jfvthe bottom growth and taken. and if there is any mail for them cases of leucorrhea, exCe1S
t : may front of the cashiers' windows in banks 400 Orange Grove Tracts o12%acre.. painful menstruation, unnatural IT
improving t? Sjuality as well as incr !-as-
it on the Their tickets
they spot.
j ':: the ingenious machinery. Many hun- and other offices. get 100 qty( Knlldfng Lots.We prolapsus or falling of the womft
ing the qufhtuy of tbp hay. I believe I arc then examined and they are then SHRE CURE FOR female weakness* anteveraon.P

.' died figures represent distinguished "Plateglass is oneof the most peculiar have in my barn now more that a ton of... shipped off to their various INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA. bearing-down sensations, chronlc-

clergymen, lawyers, physicians, ora- things in the world. At times it will the finest of hay from the application of intending to Ilestnatons.Thosc Over"i.onn Physicians have gent !their approval of remam.llr ar hnR away a portion of our land that the inflammation and ulceration of tflammation. *.
J. value. tendernesi
DIGESTYLIN.saving( that It Is the best preparation lMY grr.itlr IncrlM Advertising pain and
jtors, poets, musicians, sculptors, art- stand any amount of hard usage.audthen four loads of manure after the spring are permitted to to the boardinghouses for Indigestion that they have ever used. I'--1 c roitt.10 OU'h 1 full particu accompanied with internal heat ,
again the least thing will break it. I work done this I have go We have ever bract ot a case ot Byspppsla where Lire here hut vn l your full name and pontotnoo An a regulator and P 52W j
was never
year. and hotel None but licensed )ofr Jmrthem oflce where aU deeds
tii I lists and actors also distinguished taken that not 11.1r..f. a critical peri <
; men could tell stories i in thisrelation. rrr\f\f\ ,i1fa frr\m fnil W3. lureLFOR ai "c will by return tlonal action at that
"- you many queer_ cnon.o/\ b Tc. ..w .... .oc. u frnm.. hotel runners are allowed to enter the CHOLERA INFANTUM. 1'1 e, aNUMBERED lend OU mall of all nations. These figures are said I have dropped a heavy the and safe rand
spring dressing, same quality as garden, and none but those whose hotelsare IT CURE THE MOST GH\V\TEDrASFS.. 8criptK Is a perfectly
: to be carved in wood from correct like mr on a jiiccc without injuring it ham-I nearly the same quantity as possible of selected and examined by the emii i WI.L WILL STOP \OMITINU IS 1'UKOVANCV. Land can produce only good.
IT WILL UKLIKVE equally efficacious and yaluam
; nesses, and are most complete repre- when have: tried to show a friend manure being applied to adjoining portions grant commission appointed by the State. For Summer Complaints and Chronic CONSTIPATION-DUrrhieo, FREE when taken for those disorders $fld
;.i hard blow it would stand I have had which arethndlrtft results of and mc
a of the same field.I Imperfect ClRTIFICATEWhl meats Incident to that later
On each side of the is dllesti'J
sentatives. The of the Declara- : a will
';' k signers garden DWP.TYIS II.I.t an immediate period known as *The Change of i
, it into Sun.
:" grind powder.-.YCr ruk food be all pains and disorder of wi to one of ,"
ment counter. Solid can obtained Ir Farorlte prescription
the stomach all e 1 of valuable
f t 'tion of Independence assembled as : they come from aJ" lol"
, Farm and Garden Notes here at prices regulated by the your dniKKlst for D1QESTYLIN ( Imlwston. AI frrr. ."i,rhrqe! nfanu kind i made for prprty. In connection with the use oCJC
!f: ."::- {represented in history, the Cabinet of A High Cliff on 11( Maine Coa!t. bottle). If he floes not have It snd cprh'f one to n. \umhei-d I.tnri Crfllna the Property it tl Golden Medical Discovery and
Look out for borers in the orchard.A emigrant commission! and schedules of and we will send a bottle to you. dolar A LI. 'I Address 'V. II. 'Vh csignata doses of Dr.Pierce's PUrgStIYO

.:: : TJincoln when the emancipation proclamation There is a perpendicular chill on the heavy coat of manure will improve prices are stuck in different parts of the Do reliable.not hesitate K.tabll to heii send twenty-five your money.Ixprf'Our hOI Ii stone, "ec'y,! Mala, Street.Cincinnati.Ohio. Liver Pills), cures Liver. Kidnej i

< '. was signed, the surrender of West port shore in the Sa"anoa river, Lincoln garden. According to recent testimony AY1".!I". KIDDER yla.& ( 0., 'Of Wlf.I BE A TRAITOR yonrown diseases. Their combined abolishes use
county, )[e.., rising more thin: a next'year's asparagus.Barl lUa..falurinc ('b nliu..S.1JohuSt.N.Y. and to those di-pcmient on yon if you fall blood taints and
in the of these
several at investigation, some pricesare tavail yourself of this' Free Land Oner. Scrofulous humors frets
Lee at Appomattox, scenes hundred feet above the surface of the .and oatmeal are becoming The PATT1 N TlI cure It fir yi.ur children..rat S "F Torlte frwflf $10 I
high. immigrant I.i'Pw
f. the centennial at Philadelphia in 1876 favoisf i:tides of feed for hogs that arcraised pretty gets } medicine for womeflrSCld
: ( water. Send
-- fI' at Castle Garden; which = jour npplltntton m rot later thin two wet**
many privileges = ;
: faa
j th.tVit ,
fftn a positive guarantee
. .. and noted scenes and historical events Here as early as 1076, one Dairget, anIndian i consumption. he undoubtedly would have to pay more 1IC't1l.rirt\\ : from paper. facturers.that It will give sat-i-

It"i' M represented in the Bible have a trader, u"ed to moor his sloop beneath -. 7" ,irk louse is reported as increas- for if he went out into the city. He can I.' m! case,or money will be refunded
.- the and "the West. A moisture of tee has been printed on the bo
precipitous wal canyon j' soap5j0'jq1 eat and sleep there after a fLshioI, and and faithfully carried out for
i J/l&- Hhakspearean plays
p< t1tJ1J1r."rlt 1rT-
its summit carbolic acid is
trade with the : on i
ans a remedy emPnty his for II U
daily week =
average expenses a 6 Large bottles flOO doses) $
-. ,1V'r t4t oat with characters.true to the they lowering down their furs to him in pl E ; "
?y :; _. would probably not be more than 50 'Ef i bottle for $5.00.

.. t4o.eotsti/s of the author and the his boat and hoisting up hU goods in re- of cornmeal and mi feed is cents. The functions of Castle Garden 1N3\ndq\ 1t= .E. For large. Illustrated TreatiieoaL

i 1' "" ....Wr.v. d the theaters, with turn. Protected from sudden assaults being used by dairymen sections are more those of lodging and eating = ;!-- E!.# GUNS Women cents In ((160 stamps.pages,Address paper-coverea, ]
: this cliffside he called it his
by towering where remunerative prices rule for butter house than anything The koh-i- -- : .
M4 to -
':i '.': ; &FtJY44 correspond. Fig- castle, and painted: high up on its surface and cheese. noor of the hotel clerk is not to be seen I II I 1P\1\\ \ .- p E!: -::= DAIT (UMMEBIESS. I DALY WEE IAIICU Worid's! Dispensary Medical
:;( c. .....tot *.t4 'w.-; ., ';f ,lr<* both ancient a hand as a sign of amity. On the face Prepare trees for planting by there, and bell-boys arc not numerous, I i i. =;.:. == MANHATTAN HAMMmtSS. I PICK* IRIECHIOAIE1S 663 Main St, OVtTbydri
f 1sv.c 4/114 t/y th/ latest period, of this cliff there is the figure of an Indian cutting but the arc there and relish Aei1AClt -:.:.;!-! Send for Catalogue of Spedaltlee.ClIOVKKI.IN'tt. .
: the tops back in proportion to the amount guest they : :- DA1.TT A OALZ*, N Y N

;; I ...d.4 .,4,4I 4.4 "" '...; 1HI, A multitude with a bow, produced by natural of injury done to the roots, which is their coarse food as keenly as they wouldif I,-c-4N'ti t::' :z ;! 6t and 88 Chambers Street. ew Yorfc.

::'t i 5- .'V .'h-t ..AA...... will, fill out the stains in the rock. The resemblance to a I I generally from one-hal to two-thirds of it were cooked by a French chef. I 't '4 E 2: MinnesotaNorthwesfeni aJ

:"4t ... r human figure is very striking. When Garden the door- I I I : = JONESWPAYSthe
the entire
shoots 1
top. pruning Caste immigrant's I I I
34.-44M o.4fqeJiek.J : It in al .
, the British came up in 1814 to lay \Visrasset I America is I I 1 -:
' should be way an
entirely cut not i interesting place :i'7
away I I W S CXI
}i .I .- .;.. o'r "4.l., ;j4t ,lP';# atsei II.U Y tither under contribution they reportedthis I needed for the formation of a perfect to visit.-3>'(ic York Letter. I I \ I -:-':': FREICNT
I I I '
.... _, 4 j,. iwl rock to be "as high as bt. Paul's -:, ..:: .Ton WacoM
p,1"l.-.Ai.J. nlr
I I head, and the others cut back to i I I 't ".. T seale. R.R. !
.l,'*-plc and alive with militia-men. one-hal i H Uirrt. 8ir -
'- 4 4j'M two-thirds of their length. An Afghan Execution.: I I % S Ill T.Bf,m and Remm Box Sireo. Paul and .
:; > /"i.I,1 Ife.) ) I 1 \ t flS I/I I : .. Between Chicago, St. ana
; between Dubuque g21
J ---- Hungarian has black seed -
I I 1 iiIIIhl .
grass proper The Pioneer cU # :- Every Scale.For jfluona
; eaehjg
p.dS Traias
newspaper! The millets have .1. *
L -..; f- "'H f..t..Nr f ;\,'!;,,<'. f.y, "La1Ih Needs Confirmation. mainly. yellow seed. countof the execution of Taimur hah, ) dUt 1JOlS OF IlilNAMTII FACE, HAIDS,
has less head
:. 'I'br latent theory advanced that by Hungarian: grass and more the ring-leader of the recent Herat A __ N.fr.MARRIED their Imp.itecou
.. I.J.4Mi'.4 IJA.,14, 4 /44-,4' 'p34444, Uit I stalk and leaf, and is less liable to rust and all JIaiTU
cial veiopnien
,iil lit' I Pio\2doncc three cent. mutiny. Taimur was taken to
*n r per a public or SINGLE. flair isirts *Mt.
,J...: 14 fA4..pj fJ..f r' .k4t A.t and hence is a better hay crop and not Rs4 $d
.. )nuin >ii<-n thal; women are born in war place, and there, after his beard had been : An ai I iile of great nine nod unlvernal nerd Moth.Beadi. .id

ArF; #I, s?#; j44$ q$4 ,' :'# "M 01' vkJaUlhi: I '"- per rent. more women so good a grain or seed crop. In select- plucked out, was stoner to death by the *soJ.l.AGFL'C enf f\ce """ ".>\eiitft' f"r ",.taU/with privilege of Send lOc..Bean for book liSting o($
; seed for of Money In It.
ing a hay buy reliable ft1'
!- : g'1'-i d4 #1Mf. 'H. f"ti'"h 1o M4.iM t I L.J'I" nil- II"Hn in jx-iur, we are inI' seedsman and take crop that a chief officers of army, Parwana Khan, \\1' ( ,>llz._ Co.! 1 OU-William St.,New York
% which has
i_! : p.: ': ki4A4( ii ..'.I!, Hol: ;; ;ifltlJ ,; ii a"iMIIII! iicciling ('lntirlatiol. possible, of black seed.the a Kotwal of the city, casting the first S'.h.ntpORn O MovDbiflS s.2Oday B*t4.
proportion $300A1tNT11canbe P"M
: has largest stone. is stated that Taimur who /j) 10
1J H AL I 1111 l'rviel'D'C aniilUo I : was Jlr.J.5tPb52i
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IN- //oH II !
t 0 11A4v IWr f ; '''+1 ,( ". 'J i"J I 111 I I llittt arc going on The deeper the preparation of the soil a man exceptionally powerful build, : who to th"eai.t"I tnrnlK. their own h.i-scs and give their time

k '" 13 ...+11.,f.1$ t.; tf41 1 J' the will the roots penetrate thus did not die at ; Spare m'lmlnt may h profitably
M -1 ; 11,' .Hlj"I tllll.nl', of lll.lkcs; Klu deeper once, though stones were ; eiui.| )>|| aiao.! A few in cltii

7 /JIA'rt, f I
J it r.f.rtillt, f'M' J&eel or I H I h.fMft.fAt'Prri / ;(i; .f'. I#. II.n>i I' 4 r (Ilhes permitting' those of the rootlets growth that of collect a large pro- days later the sentry on duty saw a move B'air S rillSi Rheumatic Rem'd/. GOLD worth. buSiSOht&|S p0db.$ &$
n food.
I l{ I .' I ) ment among the stoles, and, stooping, Oval Box 311.round. 1.1 Fill.. :

: .fIl # Ir/; !""Iii It Ifi : fl !' 'il. \. : LC \tJJ, i: Sfcs ,soi\ be shalowanll the subsoil he heard Taimur say: .Oh creatureof ALE SI
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ftfJ fi" I ,'f 't".f4 (.It.. H\10\ 1't >', "\ \. '"' > p 'Nerooa.* } spread nearer the sur- God, come, ki me, that 1 may be released Ol A A A <: "i.VnV; BET IS THE WOULD

\ .' :' not only '' X U V V Troabl. _____ I Get the tkenulniSold
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I more from w
-t-< f t1 ;,. I # f "H UM hI : I ,r \.:ererbe.m torment. This bein" Tea. D .r.Tf; Everhe fcgj.f4P.lle

,'tt. t\it ,t Lq ,f 4 M46b t'i'ht'I \ ( .L. l. ,' .:>'.- .S,7r .,'killed, but also to reported to the Amir".hc ordered Taimur Men Nerve U I Bitten or Physical foil lacvn..30.. ._. .Herb that Med Bolnnic.:iB5 Co.; D A T E N T 8, 01tne. Scud etaiuefos saIl uItKbie4!
!\4 ( to be killed .. f GuWe
outright. IS N. .
:< [ .I'bdao'pbi.t+ Sold b; aU PraWgta FaUnt Jnve.tr L Be lean'pT5cdr
,. f&J H4 Attorp-y D. C. .
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