The Starke telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086646/00040
 Material Information
Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
lccn - sn 95047405
System ID: UF00086646:00040
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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George WestingLouae, Jr., inventor ofhe NlfeW-HAIL;. f I f---* coLU1k. .o. rf now," snapped my friend, "my head is -has given up her school and is living with TEMPERANCE. -I A COx S.JU NA"

air-brake, is worth $ 000,000. "this .,.1798.Hafl ** full of important business matters, and I her uncle, who is going..to make her his N'VS SUY The my bares her snowy

,perhaps, thelargest! fortune ever; made. 'Colombia :J8ppy landl must go to New York. There is no way heiress. Well, those two.are going to Cast- Beneath the summer not.;

>ut of wind,"says the Atlanta Conttituion. Home of the. heroes,heaven born band out of it. It is all right with Varina. Foot the bills and see to it that Strong *Them*Out. Ejutern 8t The moth ratsft
Who fought and bled in Freedom's Of course I am coming home as soon as I is taken care of as longas he lives." 4 THE '.GJuct(Mass.) f th pursues h h

____ Who: cause possibly can, but I have an opportunityof .* a. I The demon drink that stains the akin, P eWhithpi aa When med the b n
; fought and bled in Freedom's cause. the inside in The evil spirits kept within, ing masy o 12 And from the fountain's. liquid Ugkt .
getting on &
Wall street
The- electric motor gains ground so"apidly Andjrhe ls.tbe.tfAtfn, of war was'gone' and I must It was years afterward when I saw I Blot out the glory of the face. ana eat t p The fairy mude I- .
go. Strong for the first time since his Let all who love what's just and right from awhale's m ,
3rd.teICetheI1ylQrwon.: i sto wldce
that it is hard to keep pace with ' "Getting on the inside?" fortune. Cast out these devils black and white; iun ad 1 highy fo To plead for me t l -1M -

ill the new appli tions.. One of the Let Ever Independents mindful what be it-cost our coast, .. -:.:'.:' "Yes, I said so. But you know nothing Business had called me to New York, And help to save a suffering race perfumery purposes. Tau Thy wayward _

of recent commercial introduction ; about speculation and care less. I and on the second arrival and and ALI WBL years SailLovesan *
motors Ever:grateful for the prize, this day after my I Brandy whisky,rum gin, ,gored to by a nt farm old ; .
mean just I have friends there deth
is already in use in over 120 industries., Let it"altar reach the skies. who will : some visited the asylum, a short distance from And wine and beer received; within Altfon, N. Y. Across the slumber ,.
put me up to something that the city. Ate evil spirits out of place.
COLO*JL'A: W. Qcnrr, of the Quarter And freight thy ,
f will better than of grant to all the win and might '
FJm.nited1 let us be, pay any my past At first I thought that had master's '
musician ventures." Strong completely To cast out devils black and whitd, United States Army, Amid the dark.
An Italian ,, of an'ungovertf-. : Rallying'around our Liberty. recovered, he was looking so well, And drown.'them hi the ocean's space.George contt ioitide by hanging at Manchester, tender dreams oC met!

bte temper, threatened punish hise'"J :As a band of.brothers joined "My dear friend, I urged, "why not but his talk undeceived me. IV. Bunyayt in National Advocate ,had been suffering from nervous Wit
;let well enough alone. With your pres. "And how is Cottonville?" he prostration The Hssome rose balmy est
the Peace snail asked. wt
'everely girl andsafety find.
was so we
verb ; .... ent start you will soon be the richest 'Slow old place too slow How a Young Man'May Be a Nobodj. OGDIX, CALDEK & Co., bankers and lattice "
.FIELD. j that she no progress, brokers A c
became a stutterer, man in Cottonville." N. Y., have failed.
; r -. 1887. nothing to keep a man of ability there. It is easyVp be a nobody, and we will tel! liabilities\f Ty. at T ,Te breeze steals In wt winglsts fleet
tuu'wft- ..; pliysician says she will be a stutterer Look ur ransomed shores around: "In Cottonville!1"he sneered. There, Why don't you come here I have some you how to do it. Go to the drinking.saloon NIKE New York and 1)o chandelier To breathe his silver rhymes;
all her life. Peaceand never mind that. I like the town andI schemes to spend your leisure time.. You need not While I with worn,
-tityw : >.fbund! big on foot, and possibly Til drink much now; just a"little beer or some mnfairil shut down, owing to the men's weary waiting '.
!If am coming back.
Welcome, friends, who once were foes Good-bye. let you in." I other drink. In the meantime play domi world's WeTfoome, friends whooucawere foes, People shook their heads at first. Ina Ywas glad to see that he recognized noes, checkers, or something else to toll time. tween SAW 4,0 brass workers w And guard thy slumbers tin the

.The. production of wheat this To alljthe conquering yeazse gained few weeks their suspicions were con me, and I humored his rambling .talk for I so that you will be sure not to read any useful t Oct Q eploet Comes laughing op the skies. m. .
very closely approximates quan: firmed. Strong had plunged into the an hour. books. If yon read .aaythlng.let; it be GBXAT public rpto was given by V
for Jk.nations rights a race unchained! very vortex of the speculative maelstrom "I saw Varina before I left I said. the dime novel of the day;thus go on keeping the citizens O B Fane H 1 SailLoveiail
normally required
consumption. ,
Children of the day new born, in Wall street and it was not long your stomach full and your head empty, and G ow Across the slumber .
e surplus of the exporting countries is Mindful of its glorious morn, before "Varina! Oh, little Varina Vincent. yourself playing times-killing games, and in a designer cf the yacht Volunteer, .
we heard that he had made another ]Do you know I once thought of marry" few years you will be nobody;unless you winner of the recent intton r And fight thy bark; '
'down Let the
as aggregating 260,000,000 pledge our signed lucky hit."Strong j ing her, but I saw that it wouldn't do. should turn out a drunkard or a professional A BODY of about policemen Amid dark ,." '
iels, and the wants of the importing Heart to heart forever bind! is a phenomenal genius in his
fries at total of way" said Banker Jones to me one day. ]know. body. There are a number of young men a '.n.33 meeting of the Progressive M. Pick, in
a While call
249,000,000bushels. the Why
stars of heaven shall burn, "He reads human me young hanging about saloons just ready to gradual Labor Party in Union The police TD. -,
While *" nature at a glance, Napoleon of finance. Now how would and be Sua "
the-ocean tides return, nobodies.Watchman. struck ri'ibt! and left, 3,000 people
Ever" the and can adapt himself to any class of such a wife have suited me? Well, I present flod in a meetings -
said that the
It in English co-operutives may circling sun dy. Indigto PITH AND POINT. '
Find the men. I have no doubt that he is much managed it so as not to hurt her feel- The Drink Curse in Ireland. have been held! ad of the .
ive a bank whose transactions amount Many still are One! at home among the New York capitalists police demanded.
ings. I let the engagement run long John Dillon, M. P. the Irish Nationalist
$80,000,000 a year. They havel,400 Graven deep with edge of steel, as if he had been one of them ale and at last she offered to release me. I leader, in a late speech in the House of Commons THE princp sugar refiners of the coun- A

res, and do a business of $150,000,000 I Crowned"with Victory's crimson seal, ways. And he will impress them, too, accused her of not having faith in me, is reported in the Freeman1 Journalas _,- to be forming a combin- tight fit-DeUria tremens.
i year. Their 900,000 members receive All the world their names shall read! just as he impressed the people here." and got in a high dudgeon, and accepted .saying'If there:: atbukofthebusinessiscenteredjn'*! united capital of $50,000,000. You can't give a busy hotel clerk any.
was one curse greater than ,
I ventured doubt. anI I. points on the nights of labor.-HoeeiMaiZ. .
annual i profit of $45,000,000. Their All the world their names shall read! to express a my freedom. Good, wasn't it?'' other to Irish towns it was the multiplication' fork. .
Enrolled with his hosts that led, You are mistaken, said Jones. It was too muck for me. I rose to go. of public-houses. He saw the honorable mem-:; (AS C. HAirarto, United States Min- A dancing-master, having innt.a *

rofits during the past twenty-four years Whose blood for us, for all, was shed. "Have you never noticed a few rare men Strong accompanied me to the door, ber for South Belfast (Mr. Johnson) agreed: Mexico, died a few days since in New neat style of walt
I we been $150,000,000. sires who seem to have nothing in common and chatted about his imaginary with him in that (hear,hear.) What had the York,whee he had gone to attend a meeting movement on foot
Pay our their children's debt, with the people around them-men who specu landlords done to improve the towns f They of the Peabody Educational Fund. Judge
]lations. A writes "I
Love and honor; nor forget had given every encouragement to the building -, Manning*as about fifty-one years old, and poet : owe no man a dolt t
The latest eclipse of the sun seems to Only Union's golden key from their birth, arc cosmopolitan by Stay !I" he cried as I was leaving.He of little public-houses, and their own was native i>f North Carolina. He moved lar." We never did know .poet who
Guards the Ark of nature, with nothing provincial about handed me a little flower from the agents acting as Petty Sessions Magistrates, in 1855 to Louisiana and served In the Confederate -> could get any credit.-.Boston Pott.-
nave added nothing to astronomical Liberty! them? Strong is such a man. A stranger profusion that decked his table. had given in every instance a license along army. He was for some years Supreme The chestnut is abundant that

knowledge.: The observing parties were While the stars of heaven shall burn, could not tell from his appearance and "Give that to Varina" he said. with building the of lease these, in little order shebeens to stimulate and thin the Court Justice Of Louisiana. nobody need feel crop under 1 obligations toad

scattered but clouds obscuredth While the ocean tides conversation what part of the country he I took it and rushed off unable -
idely return spealc.Of create by that means property for the land- anything to it.-New York Sun
Bun and moon at.every point of Ever may the circling sun *. is identified with. In New York, San course I pressed that.flower, and lords (hear,hear.) By the granting of licensesto [South and West. Little
Find the Many still are One! Francisco or New Orleans, he would be took the utmost care of it until I reached these little houses by their own agents they THE Mexican war veterans of the United p met ..
.bservation, and no one, except the in- at home. It is only here, where he was Cottonville. I had been able to charge fictitious rackrentsfor States will meet in Fort Worth, Texas, November Make the tyrant tremble '

[enious Russian who .went above the Hail,.Columbia, strong and Tree, born, that he appears to"be altogether When I gave it to Varina, and told her extending them. the Was towns that of an Ireland enlightened The way land of be delegatcj 8-10/and;from it most is expected of the States.that there will And the people think. Union.'' \\i.

clouds in balloon obtained than Firm enthroned from sea to sealThy'march different from his fellows. who sent it the cried it SprinofMd
a more poor thing over lord extended his own rents by multiplying BAIT FRAKOISCO is excited over revelations .
a t partial glimpse of the eclipse. Thisis triumphant still pursue! Banker Jones was something of a philosopher until I thought her heart would break. public-houses,until within his own knowledge showing that-well-known citizens have frequently The king of Spain is seventeen months,;
Thy march triumphant still pursue! and I had to yield to him.I Women are so peculiar.-Atlanta Constitution. he could show honorable members' townsin botfght! op jurors. old and only gets $1,000,000 a year. Butif

unfortunate for the cause of science, With peaceful stride from zone to zone saw Varina every day. Sometimes I the west of Ireland with a population of. THE tug Orient foundered in Lake Erie during he sticks .to.busines and gets aroundto ,.

but it will cause the next eclipse to be And make the Western land thine ,! was at the postoffice when she called for 1,200, which had 56 licensed houses." the recent storms and her crew of six men the throne carry in the mornin8 and
her mail, and I was always well pleasedto The Area were lost. ', only takes twenty minutes and
watched for with even keener interest Blest in the Union's holy ties. and Population of Europe. The Results of Persuasion.
Let see her bend her pretty head and hurryoff "' Tax first scow of the season id the Upper doesn't knock off before dark, there is
tad anxiety. our grateful song arise, with a white envelope bearing the I General Strelbitski who was selectedby Years have been spent in persuading men Missouri Viuley fell on Thursday. The no reason why he shouldn't have his salary

Every voice its tribute lend, New York post mark, and addressedin I the International Statistical Congress, to stop drinking intoxicating liquors, says mountain plates of Montana are white with raised.-life. .
In the chorus R. Scott, in the Witness. Inebriate snow.
loving blend! held at The Hague, to a George -
.A very interesting exhibition of illuminants the handwriting so well known to the and number prepare of inhabitantsin report Homes have also been started with the hope A FETO between the Turner and Barkers "You must udertd Mr.,.'
and of naphtha has While the stars in heaven shall burn 'I upon area that the influences there exerted, and the families in Kentucky has already mtnlWr. in in seeking the had my daughl\ '
products me.It the different
countries in
While the ocean tides return, was nearly a year before Strong returned Europe, good food there given, might lead to a bet tbekilhingftivemen.! said the old man Vthst she will br \
been! opened in St. Petersburg. The Ever shall the circling suh; and then it was only on a flying completed his labors, the gist of them way of living. One hy one these THE corpus of seven men who -had *vi- yoanodo FTvfeJ 4 '
)r'i.nisttyof Imperial Domains offers two oeing that the total area of Europe is closed their floors 8;-gin-mills outside have dently been jmurdersjLw S.mgngjfr ; \ ,
Find.theManystil One visit. A special car bearing some of the i&.cau,
are 6,233,060 square miles, of which 3,428- proved too powf-"i temptation; and thedoctrine ruins of a !, wl$ t .
prizes; one'of.2",500 roubles, for a cheap Qlictr WtMufeU Hornet. biggest railway magnates in the country 185 miles belong to Russia 391- of an ity\v*taken away has often In. the door "
square failed the victiA3r his hour of need. While Wis.SEABORN \
with the '
passed through. Strong was 0
lamp simple construction, in which .... 000 to Austria-Hungary 338,000 to Ger- visit f :;; unhT
and on a to one these institutions a gentleman '
the neavy.vnrefined naphtha oil could be party, but he left it, spent half a dayat many, 383,435: to France, 312,810 to informed me that b had no doubt of latter an Ii dilu'-baJi&? eYer7,, i ', \r .
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YOUNG FINANCIER his old home. lie was with Varina Fort Smith, Ark., with 1 f
the reforma on of "In this ;
i Spain 281,615 to Sweden to h etb .
203,375 friend .
burned and which be used in the iI ,. '
might I most of the time, and I saw him only a lishment he ha YELLOW PETER 'wswl 'I ..
to Great Britain and srng .
>rer villages, and a second prize of I II moment. Norway, 196,615 scolding from his we" After listening for Tampa, F1&. .Me ; ', ". '-:1' 1. ,. ""
Ireland 180.310 to Italy to I t '.. $ .
163,350 :
about fifteen the history of the thocity. .
said he F .
"No I in .
changes, see, a curt .' .
0 roubles for a lamp of better con- BY WALLACE P. REED.' business Turkey in Europe and Bosnia, 88,81f i I -ouM;inebria and the way he had treated A TRAIN containing c .. ,.11.- .. 'o : .'_- .
like "not house
I way, painted, Roumania : '*. tion to burn the same oil. The I. Denmark, 82,125 to ffcalll Ohio, was d'ilad.'nGovernor :- .i. : ? .. i
and not & hammer has been heard since I P iftiasfn. .. nreece. 30 | .. : on't t spring chicken ? t. ; -I. ri
nistry War'offers three jjrizes, each "When is it to be?" ;. left. Every thing is just the same." ._to rtugal. .... ntlprem. in: ton acatofnina window. escaped by. a ".. ,' '. .... ct. I.. ..1 : / .' .

500roubles, the first jcJwould ;;stov-/ ;" Tasto3 4injtoong. t t -"''YaKnu, f6oTT I suggested. i r.It t.J iVTa, 25,875 io Switzerland, 20,625 to cu tads nina to 1". it lMtic [ ."'."" ':.. ,'l "4'k- .' '.* ..&-; '

Dom-hcatTfijJ'lrtTric"h l burn naphtha cause he was iny1 fmate friend.TVX "Yes, Varina, too." he replied. "Poor Holland, and 18,430 to Belgium. The to his back there.o hope 01reform. -d; VirJieralAyrestfCO 4 '.' --. /J" '.
had told all about Russian Empire in Europe alone covers ." a premium for 'N: '.
me his '
cngagemtwith s tle thing.. Do know she lacks fcr- .. .
fuse the second for 3. you s"
; a useful than half ut"by this .
cheap of the whole wrong-doing
Varina more continent OUg .
Vincent, the pretty school- \"rce; of character P law known as t'F .. -. J. ..
time. .
|alvanic battery for electric lighting, teacher. He had opened his heart to me,'I "I think nothing of the kind," I answered embracing the Kingdom of Poland, the Look over the list< of drunkards that you obedience oft" 4 .. .' < : ., : 0

id the third for phosphoric substancesbe and I felt that I had the right to ask shortly; "she certainly has a. Grand Duchy of Finland, and part of the a acquainted with; think of the mean acts mMsd I ; v.. 1t

used in illuminating. In addition when ,the wedding would take place. great deal of.patience under trying circumstances Caucasus. Russia also stands far in advance they have committed and tell me i 7, ? !;. -rjo: p gbch peas,
To of all the other nations in respect to think they deserve g chicken for _
icre.is a prize of 1,000 rouhles for the; clouded my surprise Strong's handsome face and there is some Torce of her population, which is given by General fast. Some of that; dish for the poof:, -.- &o' .weU.k01D I. 1
and he .
paused a mement before I character in that. afflicted wives and u > .
s>t apparatus for day and night sig- I Strelbitski at 93,000,000, the countries be le chd I I r.t. .
making a reply. Strong's eyes fell, and he gave me a more in keeping s' r ,
[aling. The prizes are open to all-to "To tell you the truth" he said, "we parting clasp of the hand. He had to which come next being the German Empire know many will sV'But. Mr. Scott, ths ...-B' .j.. -.'. ., especially French

)re reigners as well as to Russians. do not see our way clear to an early mar- rejoin the railway. kings at their next with 47,200,000; Austria-Hungary, the men are sickr'who are afflicted friends wit .' ... d ?T. Te wag" when

'4ad riage. We are both poor, but we are stopping place. It was hard to tear Britain 39,900,000 and; France, 38,300,000; Great sent same to Blackw disefejp':y ;* have where no the a. } f r i' ,f. ; M honet vegetable as _
Ireland aD .
young and can afford to wait." himself away, but it could not be helped.His 27,200,000; Italy, luxre but"l 1 well .! d: "J*"""J SS 'U i* 'S a 5X5f
The output of gold and silver in :Mon- I: said 30,000,000; Spain, 16,900,000; Switzerland <'( added tor 1. deceptn
nothing, but I could not help visit could not have been very satisfactory I ,. 's< y pounds i I., ,I. .J vegetables
ana: this is 7,900,000; Belgium, 7,850,000 their weigh" '*roOthey first put m .'t / c pre-
year expected to be close to thinking. In a small town like Cotton to Varina, for from that time I ; therL -.J Q* appearance ; ; rty.

35,000,000, almost all of which will be ville Strong was regarded as a very saw a change in her. Her face began to Roumania, 5,400,000 Sweden ; Turkey in Holland Europe, has i>een enoiVft of persuasion(good ,. I ;. : q ; "JC)1. .fn say that these are "
4,900,000 4,700,000 Ter .
e perous man. He had saved pros-I I have a sad look and she ; ; convertxedrUnkand this, A
xtrarted frdm gold quartz and argentif- young weary, ploddedon and as i i) to i :. # ..
thousand dollars. and his salary with her school work:, withdrawing Portugnl, 4,440,000each; Denmark, cut years ago. It.' ". off lib .. '' -. ::_ -.' JOjTrat t2color Is sometimes bogus.
art ous leads. 'There is not Servia and Norway J drink \ .
a miner in the. highest paid to'anyone in the place. herself almost entirely from sccieiy, She 3,190,000; 2,000,000, a duck's Y' )They to I .t l' .I '. .unreal a the paint'on a ates',.' ....
territory who believes that more than few 1,960,000. The density of the pop rt drunk,and dkb. I a m h -
Only a years before Strong had en- still received letters from New York, but ,
has '' .
ile ulation is different for while Belgium !- jority of
ne lead has been found out of everyone i tered a country store asaclerk on starvation they were less frequent than formerly. has 201 very inhabitants, the no power c p' Bourse we the .C .' .l 3 it dangerous?"

ndred that are in the hills waiting I wages" lie had advanced steadily When Strong paid his next visit to to square majority of them. ''heD *king out of yjft.have never known it to anything '. 'IT
tttTIb br the I until he had become the cashier of the Cottonville, the following year, he wasa kilometre (five-eighths of a mile), Holland the shoes of their ehildrt-I TipldNovember Ott.dangerous than to kill a person. It
H prospector's a pick to uncover only bank in Cottonville. millionaire. This time he remained 133, Great Britain and Ireland 119, day is an argument that they will not THB: bankIi'bou of Mortonir4& however, not that dangerous.
em. Intensive ; Italy 105 the German Empire 86 Swit. heed. I once heard a drunkard tell his little Co., ,
.regions within I {
lying "I have done pretty well," resumed i several days, and was at his best. Every- zerland 71 and 59 girl to keep her toes warm by puttg''themin failed,Cyew .'., Tea. -. f-: of one fatal case,and in that
e Territory have not been prospected Strong, giving me a keen glance, "butI I body remarked that prosperity had not has 35 Austaia-Hungary 27 Russia 17, her mouth! Ought he to Dve cbce ing people, about "J. '.y I J instance a mistake had been made in

all. Other great areas are known to do not know exactly how I stand. spoiled him. lIe was devoted to Varina, Denmark Spain only 15 and, Turkey 6., But the, meat or a kick from the f THK pining'ceremonies of the Piedmont i coloring the peas too much poison had .'
ntain Some of my investments may turn out : but the poor girl seemed to be in a dazed Norway strong man wearing e. 10 cow-hide Exposition at Ga addresses { been Sulphate :of copper is the
4I large bodies of ore, but population of Russia is increasing at the has been'v5'k for years, and 'Atlant Icu ue. '
prospec- '
well, or they may ruin me. Besides, I state. She saw something in her lover Person ,:.I manufacturerand by Goron ad Ho S poison canners use to paint on their
bre are not sufficiently numerous to I I rate of 1,250,000 a year, and in half a 'goes on} uel J. Randal
per- have borrowed hue of
some money. that no one else saw, a coldness that she manufactured drnnk' /) laughing faded vegetables the verdant
'-* .e regions to be prospected. Well "That is what I cannot understand," alone could detect. _. century it will, at this rate, exceed 150-, to scorn the public attoT vf< --the. fac I FORE in the slope counties of Cali growth and freshnes A small quantity

na! Jucatcd men who are familiar with the I interrupted. "You are prospering, Aft ill and borrow when the marriage would take Why i- m.do bridge the authorities prevent
yet for
ineral belts you specula- quietly
* money
it of the V.
Territory have to lie NEWMAN & FARE, cattle dealers of
re- When Crime
Was hev
leaf tions. That is not wise." ; place. I had said nothing to Strong Rampant.In people seek to pro teti-ves from St. Louis, have carrying down also the sale of them f'
atedly asserted that there is more gold Strong laughed and threw his head j I about it, and he had not mentioned it to 1700 there were 160 capital offencesin burglars by persuasion?-BC U eyhave I the Niobmra Land and Cattle Company.The "It is not a universally accepted fact

|id silver in Montana than there is now back proudly. i me. Only once had he said anything the statute book, and before the end too much sense in these maTemperance I liabilities &heavy. that they are poisonous. American doctors -

S? circulation in the world, and that her "Old fellow, you don't know my 1 that remotely referred to it. of the century the number had greatly .' lt notably the members of the Massachusetts -

"I ines will, inside of the next plans," he answered; "I have never I "You people call me a rich man," .he increased. To steal five shilling3'worthof News a 1 WuJI_ .. Board of Health, a that the .

ednc ? e se.-enty- made a failure yet. I have the gift of j said, "and I suppose I am, but youdonot goods from a shop was punishable by The three Grand Lodges of (f IiplalSiuSouthAfnicahaveeach WASHIWOTOW is the best shaded city in the combination of sulphate copner and

reftID years, yield $:),000,000,000, which seeing farther ahead than most people, know complicated my business death. A girl oftwenty.twowas hanged a-,;. $ lin the I world. A nt there a G.0 shads peas is hurtful. On the contrary, many

Im equals the money in circulation to- and 1 am going'to utilize it. I borrow is. I am liable any night to go home a forreceiving a piece of woolen stuff from field.England's into I trees in .*. French and Bulgarian physicians cla

1. This outside the yield of copper. money, but I know where to place it. ,i million or two richer or a wretched the man who had stolen it. In 1785 sovereigns and liquor laid bi a i,eve wd reh salary GxnsAi.list wIll ROCHESTER thinks extra the army next that it not only is not Ifu bt f
I don't For God's sake let speculationalone c fa$18.0 positive remedial ,
venture _
beyond my depth, pauper. ninety-six persons were hanged at the nearly 2,000 miles. I year. Imeterecommend '
W tie pursuit of certain Debt is a blessing under some circum- !1" Old Bailey. In 1789 a woman was The sail of every kind of liquor was absolutely -' GENERAL Bennsir has prepared drafts it to patients fr 6
' avocations con- stances. The most successful nations I thought of Strong's words often during burned at the stake for coining. Still, prohibited on and abouJjlhe grounds : seven pension bills which be proposes to hT o certain maladies. For my part, tEongh, .
? |ucs to involve the penalty of certain and individuals go the deepest in debt." the next year. From time to time we I in spite of this enormous severity of of the great industrial exhibit Toronto. offered in Congress at the coming seesion.Tux :I prefer my vegetables unadorned. I liket -

e18. Telegraph operators are liable, It'was useless to argue with Strong.In heard of his success. Everything that he punishment, crime was rampant. The W. C. T. U. of AIegh y County, last rp'Ii of the Department of Agri them plain and clothed in the colors nature -

er long .rvice, to a peculiar palsy of our debating society he had always touched seemed to turn to cold. Even I Daring burglaries, accompanied by Pennlvaa h sr th appointent cltr aver condition of crops gave them. A decorated p has no
follows oats. 95 barley ". '
in New York men spoke of him as the plce maton nw cuty a : 18; ; for me. .
wrist come victor in discussion. I circumstance of violence took I chars
but if recent instances are evi- every every jail i I. 80; buckwheat, ; 6l.!; .
7 pot ct
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pce. of'the of the law Self-poised, well equipped and magnetic, young Napoleon. place! in London every night. Highwaymen The proof of the pudding is in the eating, 76.5; tobacco,,7' Te of cr -r T -.
WInd working they there were few men, or women either, III. : invested the suburban roads and I says the Voice. The proof of Prohibition is be about 450M, < ,000. buhl; oats, 600,000- Motherof PeaL .

wM now to become liable to softening of that he could not win over to his side. It was an awful crash, and it carried not seldom plied their calling in the I I in the bitter enmity.. the liquor men evincetoward 000; barley,..?. !*>,000.THE In the western,.suburbs of Vienna. .

| brain, a trouble of a much more serirTare "Varina understands me," he said. some of the proudest firms in the great capital itself. The late Sir Hamilton I it. percentage of funds which depitor nourishes an industry a general -" '/' ; .
"She is wait. She knows down with it. recollected his father's cities and counties have voted banks may be.allowed to hold whch '
to Seymour carriage a
willing city
nature. The Eht-e does V-
[I: chieflyr I act and the curities bejn increased.in order allow rule, not" public. .
'19 that it is best for us both." In our little village we could hardly being stopped near the bottom of I record shows temperance for the, the b mb!:e profitable use of t fan attention, although it'is of some importance. "

whoare crowded together in "Well, my young Napoleon" I re- realize it. Surely Strong had been pru- Grosvenor Place, where the Countess of of the 4,0 mjrit "f\ r'so The Treasury smpms: i now being 1 i This is the manufacture of article :,' ;1'

I rooms where a'number of instruments marked. "I hope that one of your brIll- dent enough to save something out of I Buckinghamshire had a suburban villa Hon. John Finch, the PrC Cot V/ion this way. t ,}_ and ornaments where mother of pearl-is .

clicking together with an incessant iant, speculative campaigns will satisfy the wreck. which the memory survives in the name addressed&n B auienc Lye \lfass., Attention haslately been drawn. ; -l

tR.r. The theory is that the constant I, your ambition, and that you will then Our hope. proved to be without foun I of Hobart Place. Young men of br ken o tl night of O his"V S to Foreign. us. industry, owing to-the breaking' -*.
I settle down and marry, and take life as dation. Not only had Strong's entire fortunes and tradesmen whose business same day he si i1!,S aft | GERMANY hai pad ,12,500 a indemnity to out of a strike among'those engaged in? 4 .- .

nding of the air waves upon the head you find it. Only a few men find the fortune been swept away, but he would had grown slack, had swelled the ranksof and died in th depot in the family of b) gamekeeper re- it. It appears that the .value of the ::...

upon the drum of the ear in such a short cuts to fame and fortune.. and it is have to begin the world again, owing these desperadoes. It was even said Den increase delirium in tremens Berlin tlT )J i cently by killed a Genr.wi oi\$ie soldier.frontier the two coun- crude mother of pearl which is annually '': '

|sy room affects the brain just as man dangerous to seek them." fully a million dollars. that an Irish Bishop, whose incurablelove medical profeo& attention tc-,2*, Jries. HAsAJrr Sultan of Morocco, consumed in the district "is 3,600,000- '

lens a lemon by rolling and squeezing Everybody in Cottonville c-lled Strongthe The brave fellew bore up for a few of adventure had drawn him to net the number of pl MuL 1 florins (about .30OO, while the value...

young Napoleon of business. His days. His conduct was so manly that "the road," received the penalty of his liquors may be sold.The de OWING to an j alarming increase in of exported florins/ .

ntil the pulp inside becomes liquid. brilliancy, his rapid intuition his imperious there was some talk of setting him on uncanonical diversion in the shape of a temperance women of.England bT dage, several cAmti in Honga hve bp I. (about 670,000). In 8,0,0 figures 4 "'*

e of the leading officials of the West- ways, and the fact that his classic: I: his feet again, and it was predicted that bullet from a traveler whom he stopped been getting up a jubie memorial t th placed under martial law.Smnz are not.included the articles which are- .*.

Union Company was compelled tore features somewhat resembled those of the he would retrieve his losses and make an on Hounslow Heath. The Lord Mayor barrooms Queen in the be closed shape on Sunday.petition tt now eartojuake shocks have o sold in the home market 1 that making

up business some time ago on ac- great Corsican, had fixed the name on other fortune. I was made to stand and deliver on Turn- weighs several hundred contains within a few ds,ys i Greece and 'b an allowance the annual ,
him when he was in his teens. And he But the strain was too much. Finally I ham Green. Stars and "Georges"were three quarter of a Pu a THE Austriaig steamer Hapsburg collided value of mother of pearl : .

iat" of rlhe tjproach of this trouble, liked it. All men like to think they he staggered to his bed, and when he snipped off Embassaaors and Earls as The women of mon TM- sc like with and sunk I. Bavarian steamer o LakeConstance. in the neighborhood of acesprure '<. '.

his brother,Who\ is in the service of resemble heroes and conquerors.II. arose from it, long weeks afterward, they entered St. James's Palace Duel- beavers for the cause of Prohibition in the recent drowned.. M ny passengers in th'c i set down at .about 1,000,000 sterling ml .

1p. i Baltimore aid Ohio Company, is said his attack of brain fever had done its ing was the recognized mode of settlingall general election held in that State. They were Lough bowing that this industry is one of con- L' ..
not only maintained free coffee booths at thepolls A Y Neh.Irl .
worst. personal disputes; no attemptwas ACHcp !
be threatened with the same malady. in the but they in and party I siderableimpOrtaflce.Induatries.Blind .
11.j. I the rank andle of those who "Twenty thousand dollars profit in "He is a mental wreck," said Banker made to enforce the law which Memphis prnp cte made a many houseto were drowned. ,. -

.. are coned cotton futures!1" Jones, who had just returned from New treated the killing of a man in a duel as I hou canvass, rallying careless A FRENCH SK-amer was wrecked in the Persons Notice Obstructions."I .

to the operting tables the instances It was a big thing for Cottonville. York. I deliberate murder;but debt was punished determined efforts gained t vo Bay of Bormes'and twenty-two passengers in aisle," said Harrison -

: even more dcided. The first sign But the young Napoleon took it quietly.He "Is there no hope?" with what too often was lifelong in. hibition cause many rotes. were lost. stco Institution a for M. Blind,

LI I the approach* disease of the brain is was not surprised, he said to his inquiring "None whatever. He will never regain -I carceration. A woman died in the Mr. Philip Hoses, a talented minister of DcRixcIan election riot at Pv B "when a blind boy was.walking t -

friends. He had felt certain his senses. He may improve ; County Jail at Exeter after an imprison Australia will h given up his pt.and ria, twety.f persons wer kil a and he came twa put
imple headacbj which is so ordinary himself me, just opposite
that he would make a ten strike."I physically, but his mind is gone for- ment of forty-five years for a debt of 19. I boh dTo he has organized eight thirty wound.A ordered hand before a his face. It broughthim

atter as to be ften, if not generally, am off for New York,"said Strong ever." -Edinbu h Review. work. S. Un bAvetau LARGE Spadkh* for punish has been the natives up my and he flung his lIeadbaCIC

regarded. It) not until the diseaseS the next day after the intelligence of his "We must do something for him," I I societies m wO ad ve to th Cl t The American carvette to up ahort obstruction. I did not -
serioui good fortune had reached him. "Good- said. I 2,234 new pledge*. Ko will visit Eng fa r has l a to protect the did I **H
'got a .foothold frequentlyat Too Leu80me.I I land and America year study the reform Essex touch him with my hand,nor speak, .* i
bye, old fellow." Something has been done, replied ne. t missionaries onthe i other indication of o
in its my
k the victim is of its dangerous iTo nor rive any
tare "But when are you coming back?" I Jones with very moist eyes. A prisoner once escaped from jail, ) One of the two W. a T. U. AYOCB KHAN the of the ro he to p
How was
aracter. catch him did detectives fail; in the ence. enable t .
in small offices Anwsrot Afghanistan, .
Operajre asked him the hand. "Varina against the b b
holding by He found store-this fellow wiisA Minneapolis Ext J d t obstruction was 7..
ith only one or tw keys are not knownbe "Oh, I don't know. I can't very well "What has she done?" store that did..*advertise lt U t cb fc t killed in battle.A offldab "Has that been te in-.

affected, the-\cs- already treatedthe laY at present" "That noble woman, sir, went on to And there be sat, quite fr-O)from cars, contains of Rni"T. Work a .NtXBR of"'pt F of Gen- more than one expmen .
"There is Varina!I" I exclaimed "Ah New York with her uncle. They took He knew no one wouldseekixim there. papers, _17 and
doctors The of he "It has often in
beings said, confined tot flags Denmark, Norway, ; wh ted many
After, perhaps,a year or more ben
central I see. After your return there will be a poor Strong and placed him in a private Arain be sought the priaoa door; the United States are draped : ff 1." t cases, and siu'.ceu.Net.. .

great reo... ing and distribut- wedding." asylum, where he will receive every care Gave himself up-'Tba&atore.,"he said a ch welcome and Tori -
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: -...- -WIln the nu i offices. "Don't bother me with that subject and attention. You know that Varina HW ItS J9ne as cravss that hold the dead." to all its ..".} :' : # oN4c r'r.
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_ -.- .. ; ...j.. ; .,! .' '" I : ml'mbe1' the Secretary has sent We are having light rains now. but GRAND I -; : INSTIU.TEj; chantS on sitting the 9th ia day u.ml o(,Octohpriu ur Bruurindcreil ,
When ilclears 'then look out for frost. I theaiifc 1ltdy
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STA11KU > FWJD CO. JoLn 1: Alvuttz ..
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completed u4n(
: .-.. -. 'UBI.ISHF.P WEEKLY AT- Jacksonville! unjl{ asked! for admittance }'. Hnitim hall his chimney I I Matthews a T lJtJt. flkDFRD thepleasant I l'l4Ull1A. 1. jw peat Mii.sr.er lut U
{'OUSTI.Omp.: now. and his family .src enyying api bjid
ii the first ; _. f '
.. :. .------- into the .\F"O *atioll. TLls_ .. : : .in siiiil tltI're'ill, on VI
; five. : 1 18S7 t MOSDAY. DKCEMBER:th.A. D.J
.. I. C. VTiBIJ.pdltor ranch fr. :n7 lusia: county. Will oiW.M.mday September o.andeontii.iJliii
th. aml" biiog a public tutle 9eD.
: 70 and Proprietor --1 III Mr. Oaliornc was away from home for a I ,t ..cIioiasI-ie mot I Ins. (! tatfcrytothe highest aid Ust iiy bidder

i t, .. : --------. ---- --. ., .-.' :- :- Cnpt. G. 1 IJ. :I.rlll.nr. I). Bryan were fcw'(ap. W6 linked\ him even for such WEDNESDAY I7 vidid j into j nlTa!!!. Term of f .ur l-I in frwnt of the Court House itoo-, ia ''
., : '. in 'advance NOVa hi9 I and ".ferniof ix months.HATKScf Slarke in said county Wjilil legal
.. Subscription price if paid in Jacksonville! a fouTdajMi> sincfe. when a short lime. :: a Sprili s > lollavriug Ian.t sitiuit'ir JA iid Rrad1r
p" ,*, |;I.ri" ,_ they sold! :::11\ftll..JI1rll&g! (! at $1.25 per Mr.' E. X. Perry got tired of waiting BUll ilebfribfil us the Sf"UtiHl'st: q
*ulM-riber will be notified when his i rUU(: per in'-zuth, payable .at tfie end of : stllltn-f'ft1it Iinart..r of $ rivlJt

_ subscription is out by largo cross ifer I box OQ thy; (r..ts. 'TlicirT grovca contain for it to rain and began digging a well. CHILDREN WANTED ea( h month. ,?.IUMC, *:>..jO .per month wx south. ralge tenty-oue east;i isolil

I ." )his iiiitiio, and if not ordered otherwise when about 3.000, bi'M's, oritngc growing will Our invalids are fast; recovering. Mr. ONE4 THOUSAND MEN, WOMEN, AND XO dt'c1l1qon:!' made for any pupil from I to. 2.SAtisfy li-7,. laid dwef.Nov. .
will be
;! tho ih* Mit'svription paper expires.promptly sloped. pay a h \l1"l' '; '.- \(hilt at. '..\'.\ lijJU": s. D. J. Silcox i is still improving and we to attend our Grand Opening onWednesdayWOVEBER :protracttdjickness julie'of i-ntesni! to end or of by term.special except:: agree-for .JIcoo& \ROBERT:.. Solicitor KITH.: for Special ConjiT'. ]

:hurt articles of publje interest will Orlando I 1 rvinhrd.. I *-' hope he will soon Iw entirely well.! _. I. -
y IK icveived with |)iea.s rtf4iil; publi>bed, -, _.. jlr, Thomas ho would si\v sill Jifi 16th 1881.IN :Ilit'-t. "r. fluost campciiC -
says lltvii'g; c' 'P )Y1
lull ill wriUn write plainly aud I make The .rii-i!<' pit hint!. packing and! ship (03UI SS I S lOX l it'S
your story w h\lrttl iM)st j ible. People; is wi-ili I I., IHJ utile to \vhip MI I *. I.::dl.( butgues. I ('0\1'| l f atl'cr8.( tMiJrup4 ,

do not wife to read long winded arli -le&. phi-r si"isn, i i-. r.iir'yuui| ;, us. Mr. I Harris ; they will set\I!he I the dillirully.Mrs. 1 THE NEW BRICK BUILDING recently occupied by :'cI to Otter Very uid'wttie ti .prear-1' U'XIMCtt :\XD BY VIUTUE OF '

-.._ .', bi-l.! sirnigUhor-uxh tjnd'ractieal; ( ami rt-nJerttl l
-; ; -- ll'tIIIlttp: \ -.IIt..by: in Till! The >jr Cal'l'ie'tmilh i in town last where will displayed. ** .'
was. MESSRS. PACE see Uichant. (
4tarkeFIa. RICHARDAND you :ll II loW cot: \x* uuty JtfUjce in aDd for tbtT
: ., Nov. 12th 18S Ii lini' I & Co il'u.til onMonday
: liYjt: i.peii Bradford State of Florida. will set
: handsome thorough. rogreiiguanmteed.
week. She is looking as : as Instruction,
I '.
: The Ihritty farmer now doth bring :71.1'ullrl'r groves vt-iy l'OCIU. over. (0 iJo:1t\'l-n.: one oft/ze largest and most varied stock of GENERAL An riHyci-JraiKft ai'jt regular at- olltc Court house to-tlie door lifehfst in the and town U st of bidder 8ta

Thc fnn'l is much riper this year than last. tendancu csp-cially ifcsu-ed. For furlher first Monday juT Decen>Ur. %. D. M8tJ
... ,. 1 lIis. apples I into. town.On Middlevitle. shown inBRADFORD information nddress.! *- being the fifth day of.said mpqth bet
: the )Jook like this: Thli N some compensation for.. the short IeR8l houis of 8al<-. tliw folloirior !
.' top OOOOOOOOOOOOOOb.' crop.-Chm New :Eia.A'f As "'.: sit these pleasant evenings without M.A.CLAKK! A. JJ.I lands belonjcins. to the estate of ISMIifuaeil.
OOO( COUNTY.We towit: The nortfi half of UMii
I fires. aud chew cane and eat oranges.we I Principal.Au : arrer(n>4 ofwe.t tl IIW>i7..southhalf at>

; 5 M \ ThIS bixc citines*.lower down: : the reception given Mrs. Davis anQ \'ion";" how any could say, "I da notIlkeFlorida. :.. G. ''yt-tf'; ';lIlLrt r t I 5 of the nwwtt ")Bee

. ;j OOtO"%(10UOOC"IIle O.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOONashville. her-daughters on the fair groundsatMacon \ will show a line of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS that will nr. of the exmth-east Ilr.(!,'
I What we want is to have M-Ction :?2,tow hip H, ninne 2Q
__ American.Jeter Tuesday Xftv. 1st. beautiful and to rejoice in the great variety and containing two liuhtlral (.oot aereerty ,-
: '. more'I1CQple.like we have around us out cause your wives and daughters OIIAXGE COLT.EGE I I'I' to l lit' sold undrr anrt by Tii

4 appropriate presents were presented to the here who to remember that handsome stock of LADIES MEN'S AND the property of ami to.pay the i
arc willing ,
. ABoaidmaii of Ocala, :vrq. having LOW PRICES: also a Jp tatCtt Isaas Kelly deceased. 'J'I

V nu: ititfbiau well bored. .ladies b}' the warm-hearted generous Florida'is a comparatively new country CHILDRENS SHOES at such extremely low prices that you will .t. ." '-1", I4(1R1IA.) ( -. lm..tf paying for titles. a J O

pwpk of Silicon, Ga. and be well in --- :
-- things cannot advanced as
; better times. _
the dawn of
: A four legged chicken lias just been Tun realize at once OPENS LeEPTZNiaCR 5tb. 18S7 -
We are in receipt of the Florida Sdiocl other localities. Still we can have in
will be all
our display of
Jiiitchtd near Barlow. Journal published ut Lake City by H.Merz. our own way eating\ fruit and riding. Another very important feature aril contini ten mouths with! 'vacationCistma SHEBIFF'S.STNDER

p .: The work of rebuilding the burnt dis- editor and publisher and devoted MJss. Evelyn Prescott and Edith Wagner grades of clothing at such reasonable prices that you will EACI1I3JS- V:! ek. 1' Young teacher of-' AND UY VIRTUE

: :.;:. a' rid at tfanford i is going rapidly forward.. to the i iriteresl of lie schools of Florida.ThisMournal were out at Sunny side last week. feel like "shucking off" and wearing a new svit home. natural,' Sckeand( the Xofnuil Depart font\J tion County.issufU State out of the of Cii i,

-- tIlls a long fell want and all They report a good time and cvciyUiingbooming. We wish we had more space so that we could mention the ment. C. .'. L>entoi. .\. 15.. teacher of jlh day of C> toL,r. .t. D,-,

0 A Tallahassee farmer will soon begin tocultivate I the Cas.icHigher! Mathet.iatH'S, etc therein pending betweenas
the and those interested in schools
teachers will when but only > and against ..
articles see come we can I plaiiitinT .
you ,
you Instrumental
!;, 100 acres planted in grapes. I should subscribe at once. Price, $1.CJJ( per Several of the young folks were out to many Miss n. I. r. 'arn', teacher of ft-nJant. I have levied upoast
will be complete. anduc.ii IUU-lC and Calistlifnics.GOOD a public sale before the
Another election for county site will beheld year. Mr. John White's place Sunday and they say that every department IJi' VHD-Can I bo hal* at A3 per at Star!.. in the coui.ty of BI .

., ; tell wonderful tales of what they aw PLACE AND DATE RICHARD and PACE'S OLD week, pya"ecJ.J.r: \.atlun. and ironing i on>f the Florida Kr-t 3ondiiy during the the Iega. av,
in Lake county on January Florida has now 2.000 public schools in REHEKBCR TH : I 5m dar<
there. )lra. WhUe is one of those cordial extra \ [ i"J7,. the following de

' .- Mr. Dana WlghrjulI.- Tullah'assec- is 'operation.one .schools This to each gives thirty an average.one counties.of fift.). ladies who make us wish to go again. Stand Wednesday November 16th 1887. .' I TU&TIOX; PKH; MONTH.I r tao in f.t ixi.t-Iorida county. towit-of The eMof Brm m

:.' Mifferrr from u wound received in Uic late Mr. Card.ll and wife were here last Primary f1! .;.). Inte rl1ecatl' .> '. Higher t I except" 5 acres m the.se cor.;saidtaJ

.. var. Estimating her entire population at JtoO.- Sunday. Let someone know and they Bring your Sisters and your Cousins and your Aunts, and tell :}, Colli-gi.'t! I*' !?l. Instniiatntal .Music $3, ttr 15."acres aStI! ;vl4" also of ne s >cj of of eU seMlji Oi uiacres.

.;: (XX), she has a school for every 17; jnhab I and the and use of in.trllJellt 30 ent.Alt tuilincpayable'mivjihly. :.etiolJ 3.. Township.En-
------ will not have to take the ride alone. your neighbors to do likewise, see grand display ge:2: M
Rev. Mr. LoweofCeiterville. shot itants. This is fully up to .her present : Ini aor fee 1.Special acres tftcimiintjHt n\v eor.-t r JiwMi
Mrs. Prescott will grind cane next weekat have a good time. vote irlttn in tUfr.lI.I' lofr *fxi"n tion :J3. then south section line t? ,
and killed a bear near that place a few needs, and indicates that those,in chargeof deedtnl by Johq Pall toSarahSpJofl
' ., her educational mnttl'jiiein entire Mr. D. J. Silcox's. There are rumors If gait should happen to have any Eggs. Chickens, Cotton or to scholaMW'-O'inty pu[ iN. withiu i Ko; feet of center R. R, a ta
tllt)1i ilnce. of candy match. Primary :::. luutern'thiateO: Higher line of aforementioned. nwjiof gwtt 1
---- sympathy with the most advanced sentiments a Hides bring them with you and get the top of the market for $13. Cohhe.iia c t:. Ix-ginniug 3 4 a.res"m Section 3iV
'f' Although Sunday evening was dark lau e:: also tract(
i i is beginning .
: month
About |6.0CO per being I1L in favor of education Free school bogiiw Octnl-ir Island is n w 4 cds e Ji section 5 townshin T -
y wut ill Kissimmee for material labor etc., -- and rainy there was a torcn-light procession absolutely Inc :o county pupils. runiiinf s:K rods then e )>rods tbmrt

: on the sugar mill. Last: Friday two colored men from the to the residence of Dr. Bell the occasion them.WE SHALL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU, TRADE OR NQ TRADE, For catalogue! : or particulars, apply to the Bradford w at> fou rods ty to ilonda place of&

: : -- vicinity of SavannahGa. were at :t. An- being the doctor's birthday. G. 1- YOUNG, right title ana i terest both .

4 Dr. F. W. Ininau phuitiug out a fifty drews for the purpose of selecting hoifles Sunny Side Sittings. SO COME ONE, COME ALL. Jimp23.: >;-';.in i'riIiitat.j ore ejuitabhwhieh the 13th day the of November said Owen A."

: -: ncre lemon grove at Winter Haven. lIe for about thirty families of their race. I Ir the lands:: and tenements 0 Levi Jo
t already lire a for y-nr re orange grove.We laud in close to eu. by reaso of a certain mort je
: They purchased proximity r oil executed
,. The weather is cool and nice with qjs January S7thT kaj! .upon tile
r ir the town and left to bring buck the families J ijy. .r Srt-tion ::3. Tp. 7. South of ]R
I learn that the t-hauge of the Lyinun showers. : i Bradford county. Flonda.In the 1111III
mell oned. Tie men were very intelligent Yours Very Respectfully : tired dollars, by tIle s.td Levi Johns
. : / Blink to the First National IJ.ink of San- Cane grinding will soon commence. to SLut! Owen Owena.
; due and
S : and much pleased with thai part .
r- v ford. went into effect November 1st.- The Sabbath School was reorganizedhere CITY yrai after date thereof with Inte "
. of J.o'lol'ldtTher will arrive baok aliou I of nfteaa per cent per annum
is Journal. last Sunday with D. L. Phillips at n i'urcluLter faying 1orjt1 10-(

.' -_i -4- January 1st.Thomasville. the head, We want everybody to come TRUBY STED.myuifss Oii 1 I; icati: ANt JJ\IH 'Dnlf ssuR.- Prorrj pol..tcd. HE..Hy ouf by PlaJnti W.

.1 The trustees of the Ocala High School Tallahassee and Monti I; out and btiug your children and help i>, ,QJOot. -,. Sheriff of BraOfI

have loaned their surplus funds amounting -- OPEN AT ALL TINES.SHOP -4.
cello Railroad. make a good Sunday School. --. 1..
to 3,800.; to John F. Dunn, at eight Sunny Side will come to the front I Mr. Beck now has a pet 'gator
lIon. S. G. McLeudon attorney tor the yet.We

per cent interest.- S., F. & \V. Hy., received a letter from got a hint that there would bo a sawmill Ilojii:';'gator. Agnes wont Howe have, of Block loniv: was 5 f Oil!i! GALL! 317 JUST EASTGFHAlLHOa NOTICE. LtD I\fl fURL1

---- here in few That is OFFICE AT GADJI -
,,L The Clay County Commissioners have : General Manager Haincs, who is in New a days. just ill town last TtieMl.iv.Mr. Oct.2 ,

appropriated $500 towards a county exhibit York. on Thursday morning informinghim what wo want. : Ch-ster Xorthnji, at this w.rit. t : Notice is. hreb3given that tw]
t111 coisf\'rtly; ke..p on-hand .1 full named settler! has
Our ; tiled notice of
that the for the construction are all looking remarkably -
contract orange groves
at tic Sub Tropical Exposition at ing:, i U niuv-h l)eiter.Dr. '. i line of UK :..' Imviii'' iru.uli for <;.t!(. make final proof in wipport of hifri
of the road from Thomasville to the State : well. Mr. J. E. Lowe's place that Mini proof will be made be owl
: j'ebruary. ( I II. .SitzcT will's a-.\:1Y hi:" DAXni-t! : "I'F "L'Ht': tin.-!:*:an
_a ... 'IeI.nr.r.b.__. I' A Line Ladbcen let to Mr. Louis McLain. in charge of Jlr. J. W. Batten looks nice haji|!y hours :amongst us r.ov.lion. : : < >F ll}.s ll-: for the face to ter.anJ. TUESD.\Iteceivpr Y.atUaiuesville.DECE.MBER 2W Fla.1:

,F (Jrei..rer ,, vaZL. ti e cornevy' thgofjjirk would commence just as and neat. The gardens all look well down I i F. SiiilViiIiM l is makiiii reinov ..u.l'irn. tall, im.ckP. ami smoth "iz.. \\m ( Ladt, Kiugsley.vfiT
; ; j}rc|'- the skin.A ud4 Sec.10..,
. Contractor could get a forceound here-. :atlf.n; to hi i. mill nexteik.. He names the following witnesses
( ; C.Ufll put up f.iI!I Ii:u- (f Iti/ n and Hones constantly continuous residence
Arr Jia4r. .P't very much like busi- There is talk of a Farmers' Club let us Tiiis Hon. usual will upon,and i
:-- : :t' put III: "n nt old! n/os rep-iired. said luntl. viz: -- *( '

,. .rIfl-- --..--.--.= .-.&: 2frrbyT' ; .:;-I W- o jtA ,asville Times, Oct. 29. all get together and organize, not be always / .;i\i i : something that, our .'itmJv. l li c, hi!,. ..r.v.. HICKS, JAMES JOHN WHITS C.BUSCH,of tan of']
pclcrap.S ) Kin
Waferb talking. Stand\ UP hoys, an II do ,. 'l'l'OlIllllf. i .\lIE, FLA. EDWIN X. l'EARY.O L

I, almost COmp1 1' I : T 4, Another for Sanford. right. I :ili Brown nrnn..tliiss l Rich t.'VII J. SILCOX. of Io

I 1iic1,, 1fljt8j22 ._, ..T i :Cotter, by him informs for us the that Winter the There will h %3aohl-jfi- Hope church mond's( lot l last Tut-.silay, an.l1 l by thi-::-; STARKF I \ LWERY( STABLE Nov. 5-Cw S. C.TIJCKER.u. :. J JOTICE
Pass third and SaiT I
the -
4 fa ; every jjAv r4jaY before time nl'xtH'l'k : a'H
*4Iege have been tlit'ii-. ill b-j ::t .
,: -. accepted by' the_.;fl Itb.. I I'} Rev. Win. F. M1t T"phus I fence arotit'il tlip .'i'f* I .\ "'II'" IL."V FOIT FVBLI
of courpe km4.1 ,
.i I ......-the ;; SujjB Sc.hool every Sunday at 2 "Mr.I : Maxwell, \\ ho Las. been so -f 'U'!:!, :1N'i aJi,. ; H'r \ .. .. K1:15

structed in accordance p. m. sick for the 1 pat: week, 111' and .::1 .( Oct. 29.4
P'"I. .
r '
l otter is a successful There ''an 18-pound .fish caught from around again. F .u.cox. <
.. : -- 00 0' RY.Si'\ '' Xoticc is herehy given tba"N.c,
. et een 11 is ofgn called into one of the Lakes the other day. <. .. .. .." .. -" "' .:"' .-- --- --- f..l :
- /),\. . .> ._ .. ,- ,r..f' I< -. : -- l N Ing-named settler has filed n?,
I ,. '-2! leeb _$ : ?' Let us all help advertise Bradfoul county ... d THANKSGIVING DAY. :;. !' :: ; .0. drrl1'1" ; :0 ,v"l." I "' i intention to niake final prOofof a

S IJie; width Ii .. : t by helping the TEI-EQHAI'II. It is so Charles A- Berry. 1'1It t, /t..1,1.-; I f' JI his claim, and that said proof

- %tbouifl1 ali I .Cadftishlpt now that afford be Mr. Charles A. Berry who lately .\ Proclamation by the President ofilie WIwJ ,. ,.co j.-Z .A'l I1 made before the Register anct U.
.4t14 cheap no one can to 1" } .
,.. ;h. ,t. 1t: ; a1r'y
United Stales.Tin r. Gainesville
; .
33'j Dec
\ $ Charles I ". on
the lion. and the "
11 occupied .
f without :t. Send in dollars, send 111 visit: Brooklyn gj..i'\ I
your ;
ebiu \_/ : ;; goodness ami of IsST, viz: James C. Blanchard .
: God. winch J ,
s.- ..,rhe 'request-of several anything... will be an advertisement pulpit of Plymouth church for five mercy ; r.6 \ .; \ ,, Fla. .
te1cbt a i + : pt to I have followed thenwricm .04'if. '6I.JO,. ., Z' : 111::. .Xo. 84158 for the SEt .
5 T Thp cabinet D .sLre to present them- your pla($]e.l'Yi| us all lemembcr the TEL- Sundays is bettor known to the reading people during .i-1.:, .'.11 I ,-.'.'1'1'\' 'y. :. Sec 20 Tp 6 S It 2:1: E. '.
? all the of .ili
ear do days Ihe past sear claim -: .., e- : lIe
'ionLrn&nuot sogiven 1 the
4 '_ of beautP id ?: EOU\1..g.th o/T 4-12-10 public than any other English ecclesiastic. their "N., ., '. I. -' ':_- _'-_ : --' following
; J t .,"1r.i Chailes, A. Retry is eminently lilted for grateful recognition i and humbleacknowledgement. prove his continuous
'Iij t1uaflS consumed lnJ ;. Vshed"-Ta j-fton Springs Ily His Fir!l-class 'urnouts furnished. at all cultivation of, said land viz
lie examination omnipotenlpower '
ueu$ i and his
the of Plymouth church Wil
pastorate hours diy nr iMght. Wm C- Lndd.! of
I : 5tPoibt cadet'Cbngressiona1 fllt.- He has piotectcd us Irom war and ,. ..
; ; Wc.ha'nr call to the same: is almost certain. An Term-- I ltianaMf." tifrcus trial. John \Vnite.
very pleasant weather .
pestilence and from
t berafldfreZgbt ratci.I'L Diseet it is said will follow him to England ewryNational calamity David J. Silcox! Ionia.
'l'ht uie % altluj Ji ." ,OJI'WLYJHEZ., .
_- it is The .
farmers .
; : to date very dry. are ; by His gracious favor. the earth has Edw perry** *
postponed U7 -
: some
s:1_ JaWished by the Itaijroad Coumistionfta ; ii. ,llyi cJ whither he has returned. If elected a Starkp, Fla. t"
.-_ : :hereafter fixed. The itit7jing coltou. They report an aver yielded generous return to the labor of S. C. TVCKKK flew.

-.,- go into effect Nov. 1st baa. >been- postponed- ncci \val' *bout 300 pounds per acre. he will bring to Plymouth church a man the husbandman and of honest -_- -I, .-- Nov. 5,-6w (J {j..Lan4
jirsjSs to path "
require- -
y every
'f who will doubtless himself not ,
: .. until Dec. 11 t. The Commission .doubly prove only J
.- : m a few nfltioos.of: .service, scope of ex- ; and Boilings are gelling to be quite toil has led to comfort and contentment 7
less had good reasons fortbepostpopz : 'Q a zealous pastor. but a warm hearted ci ti-
-. I ; y8/ ctc;, will be duly announced fry,_ and Its. ; by His 10v l'g kindness the hearts Evans
As Mr.
rocnt. preacher Kerry possesses DRUG STORE. WilsO
; ?' Jeff Hoges of Gainesville
.- throughp: public press. his of our people have been replenished with !! .
rarc qualifications: sermons are extempore 'xE\V BOOK
.. The sheriff of Orange' conutj .rc 0, H. JONES spending a few days here bagging cotton. but carelessness fraternal uenti men land patriotic endeavor !
they never betray -
f last hud occasion to test the tl'aihug'lual- :i J. 'F. WEUJOKXE t- Mr. P. J. Hiers is erecting a very large and by His unerring guidance we have = .'- ._- --
dwelling on his farm near the Spring. '11e in preparation Hence clearness of rr1i.i; ; ;. It has been twelve gloat
. ities of his "Siberian blood! hound pup S. CONAST. is preparing to catch a bird soon. thought and utterance couviction of the been directed in the way of National \ (frA e' ; 1 : 'rEl"('r..1 1tft IY. ular Authores has written years aJ oDiHinghaui

,--,1.: A prisoner in the counts jail made a break; Hoard of Examiners. 'f'-ri,JZs Dukes and son left last Thurs- truth declared and the freedom of looking prosperity.To '; ; ; ti7E I, : '' _I if'fJ tak'er* pleasure iaaa

; for liberty the other day, but wan s 1'cclliI.r'V't ,ff visit tL" n sick daughter in Stockton into the fares of his hearers, give to the end that we may with; one accord -T.J'. .. '. I. I' > ; ". 1 -1' ;. Oorj-that her-a new large liooli volume-the of beat"Q
Florida for 1 overbeaut.tllly
' caught and brought to bay by the dogs Farming. testify our for all these : ] : ,JL4 : J
.ra gratitude _
his bound entitled'ATTHEMEftGY
p. W. McCrown. our bedspring sermons peculiar power. members gJ'' r.1 ',',r If
From tilt Florida .
Dis-Mitch. only"A 'L- r I' .
'II -- blessings Graver; '
Cle IS'L -
i Pre
-5-.jdoing quite a large bnsiuess.es1n&f. of Plymouth church were greatly I .cllhl. ;uli-nt ,. ..1' ; .i- .' .
( : Isaac Winegord.liviug on Conway practical farmer of Bradford coin dr of the United .. '\I) ,1
Draudy has sold out and moved States, do hereby designate ffir.. J' .
in favor of '11'. Berry before J 'f .
'\ j aboul three miles from o rliil1t 10. planted writes us as follows: "I have li\'ed'lr .i a& y county. prepossessed and set apart Thursday the 24th day of :-. 'U ".:".., ,I t .-..". J.JI. ."-' .-
he arrived iu this and : ; of.TIB
country, they were 'I" : =
Ihiee-fourths of in fnfinl *.4ss Ida Williams of Xunansvillc -
' an ncru sugar-cane this State nearly nine find was Xovembcr
( 'I next as day of
.-. ILSl enthusiastic in their admiration for him. I 1 thanksgivingand {
week visiting friends and idat9ur .
list and! he slates that he has sold j f
spiitu .
: year to year more 1 proof that t by P10l te DI.%, His style is varied according to his text prayer, to be observed by all the peoI ,. : fi.,

t.'. \ f 100 worth already, and has at least $100 management a pe-ison can make a $OJJR, J young men are haying fine sport with a maiked judiciousness, and is descriptIve I ple of the land. On that day let all secular JI"\l.EHhx I Is now nearly- '.reaiiy.,r 1

J.:; \ worth more lo sell, besides having enough : living in this State and live well. the qt llfiooliug birds and cat squirrels and oica- I wcrk and be it
employment &
suspended Bruges IGdicine-
; ,
colloquial harbatory or expository .
J1 seed for next This IS on high of he raise In m Wal.r! turkey..
.. year. pine all. must something to I y and let
our people assemble in their
.' ,rbe cthe theme demands. His accustomed "' Price fl-2.00.
: .arj J mustache seems to be quitean as profound ritarlio 1'1. .
4 land. and the is the foundation of 1
garden suc
: attraction to the rod.cap, six.foot bean- knowledge of the Bible gives to I places of worship and with prayer I : .t

I ..::: There is on exhibition- at the F.. H. & cess. 1 iiuy in time write you an article L.ou him the great essential of the true preach and songs of praiai e. give thanks ti- our IIIySijlIN: i'i'uSC1'IIt1OlU The '
.' : # of how I get along in Florida without an Thursday morning last the little I many admirers this gi
} . :J c. ticket office a cut from in orange tree daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. Casen, at er. There is a n.agnetism in his speech Heavenly Father for all He has done for r..tl''flft ejIl 'jllllt'I"t ,tl JL'.o'I)'..J-da/ will hail with delight this' -
: abundance of capital rich friends to
_, trunk which measures30x40 inches. It is .| e age of four years died very suddenly and look which attracts the interest of i us, while we humbly implore the forgiveness 11'J. t Volume.
:. from' lr. S. J. Temple of Temple's help and without wife and children being !!.jfnile lyiusr in its cradle. The little one his congregation nUll what he says is not i of oursins.and: a coutinu.iuceof_ His> i July 21i, l'f. -u t. -

,. '. : .: JJi'.U, liradford county and is intended compilled to work out in the field and aW has been afflicted She all its life and a great likely to be forgotten. Mr. Berry's manners m the time sufferer. was buried in the St. John -- -- -
keep refinement -
same city -- -----
> ':. for exhibition at Ihe Sub-Tropical, after up cemetery on Friday last, are most important in the success of I'//idled on that day and lt their hearts .r: -' !: : _JI earlier

I : ., .. .1 1 which it will be placed in the wnil illg- and without giving up music and song. CorsTT CKACKEB. his imnUtry. A thorough gerlleman. lie filled with kindly cheer and affectionate 1fi."jifi.;.' $1' s.t.., Ii Ji iuy I.a r.."., i: f '.
I 'V"II|l ave c.ur fresh milk day.und Iii T. ijyi m I'; >>i3 i* !noMElSE -;
4 : .:.: : .; ". room at lire .'., U. fc IS. (tt''ot.-News- every owns the priceless gift of tact and adapta I reminiscence be turned in. thankfulness ,... .i rtaLS,'tl ti.'SiaaBfia-i., izza
made our own butter for years and that to the source of all their I I : i1 N" ". hH.;.: ,1....LI...'':. I.'tI'/'I. Magnificent No
: Herald.TheS"outhvrn. tion. This characteristic will enable him llcames and the :r4.. ,:;' pp- ". '. r.H :.tI-uitc.I.:

..- C .. ',' from our much-condemned Florida cow.I to fulfill great duty in a church where, I giver of all that makes day glad and .I ':_.I' ."r:. .n';. ;.7.t.j' ,;lIri.iy"nt',Sri. t-::;,',.ZI. u"h"l.ivei .
. and Cultivator really think for farming on a small : joyous; and in the miiUl of 'Frt.c T r' .1\1. i .'t."rf''I'Jl' Farrnij .j
.: Immigrant as in church rich an l -d worship
Plymouh i11 J. ,
. : poor Ou' 1.ii.r t'l f1 ') I'-nr. n,1 flit.ri&Ti ';anil 1 aliTr-ot.t
. scale this is the best State ., .
m I i 1-U.IU2k5 _
i and r,1rr .ni !" ,
i.i7y il"lI"
.. :. is the name of & new monthly now issued America..JV together lie is now .preacher of queen j jsticel our happiness lcfmbel theoer., ;""11'1"'r ." '.on, "1f'll.se.jUI.lut3extr; i. S n 1'll'l(1lt

1p. .. I from Chicago in the inlercs-ts of the In Memoriam. ... S Congreg'itkiial church in Wolvcrhamplou |t needy and unfortunate, :and by our giltsof .j!. ZTl :': ( .'.:::'('HOT1!. 11'.
I '
farmers fruit-growers and toek-raicrs 'I charity and ready benevolence let j-.l'C"Z'f INEZ
England. The and us
? deep
tj-m expressed .
It is with great sorrow that we ,. -..-. $1j5S11.
of this State. .\11'. D. Kcdmond. of .Jack p ; increase the number of those '...'. -' .,..
sorrow of !his why with .A'z-- ..
Wolverhampton : .
the sad duty of chronicling life el: J of j '. .. ELMO. $!
sonvllle. is the editor. The is :: grateful hearts 'fi.1.. .;. .
magazine 1 j r
::.. ; our lamente.1 friend Mrs J. JJfijxou, congregation at the thought of his sep.ira-; h1 join in our I 'i.-. .orI 1-. ../...-.- 'y-_ -.. 'VA S IL TI

l'ul1)'lmntcII. ably l'llih'unll!, doubtlesswill I who died"al her residence at-2tan; lion from them i is a sign of his worth. I i: 'hauk"; 'ing. |I I v".,,i-....,,'." SMSP8 1o .." ; ,

'. he a success. Terms. $1 a year ; Tuesday, the 1st of Nov. Ow.Jj J-pacred 1 Coming RS be docs in the prime of .ife-not i j I In witness whereof. I have sot my hull: '! s.;:> V.-' ?. INFEJICwood

2 I I and caused the seal of the ..-, ,o.fTO. 1.." C.( r...'. -- -
yet fort) years of :igc-tho future Hold United btates; / .. :>
.. ; The light-house is Hearing completion day which typifies to tho Christians the cJ y '
.. : ; for him wide for to ho hereunto affixed. :_ ,'/: :,7=, :.7X or. n ( Helialile,' Agents"
/ the
a a exercise c: .
; on Ganarllv! Ulaud at IJoccu Grande. resurrection of the dead her lovely spirit opens range ) -of/ -. ';. "
i .
-q-.. '. This is temporary for the immediate demand winged its way to that Land of Rest beyond of his singular gifts. Whilelr.. lleiry's: Done at the City of Washington! this 25thday i .,lj'...,,_-. .". :or.; ';ro::, .,I-', '.;. r J".l;..:. '.', i--:= .. ...._I For this new .bonk, "ATTBOF .

.' : .' ... of the Mirgau steamsaip: line, and \ the Hi\ r. As the babe sleeps so excellencies are his own, the public will of October, in the' year of our r t :---7, -. ._ -',_ .::- :- -.j TIhl'IUlS"! on whid
PURELY VEGETABLE. Lord lbt7, and of thy /?= /;: '-: -- ": : t Terms will |
: : begiv
our rvpn-bcntativc'in Congiess will this. she ilept out ot life and a A'oke in a blessed extend to him a cordhl: I'-cepticii in recoulition :- Ind--peui'.enee! of : : -: ".

winter cant an cNpciii-ivc one of the latest immortality. Jlrs. Saxon had been for It acts with extraordinary cffictcy ea the of the fact I that hu \\IN the int.in.-iti: i i r the United ::'t.j4 the li'2th.GUOVEKCLLVIILAXI! I t:6'J: !: ::v'; :-:*1U.. ..: : : -,1.1 e\erj-whdr-, and-sent 11
improvements to be tructl'I1.--Punta : inaujjears a faithful member of the KIDNEYS friend of the late IIcl.rVanl. Beecher. I: : : ). I \-*- f r' -v' c.. '. .* ". ff- .. lii'S'II J It-ifItOf. price, by..

.e. .J r.: Gordji Deacon.Monticello I Methodist chinch. She knew hcr, God IIV_ and as he sh.ucs in a large measure the Uy the lresi.l'u' : \--h'---r.u i. t.J',.=(:...-t....': iE".t ;',.:. '.' '.._' 'I (. \V; 1)ilhiijglian

.* 'I and recognized him alike in the tranquil AND BOWELS. liberal views of the latter. TUOloA: i'. !g \.\: :,t.O 01 :!ate.{ I \' "-' IJ I r '. :i! ;.1., .' ( utkesortoG.WM_ _
i : :
: Constitution: Mr. Carff' : .;;;-b: .: :}:i: ::o;: r ;:i' .: ,. 3 WestZi'J

fr o Jute thai Lakeviow Randoms. I l > .
sent to this ->Ice a stalk of Malaria. Bowel -
; of the Complaints. :
i- splendor sun, Xohingeritigdoubt.s&histurbc'd :;.- -
'z measures thirteen feet in height which Dy.pepsla. sick Ueadache. ____ .,. "It_ -,.,.': t- -
her belief iu a future state of Messrs. Middleton and [Hunt[ .
Coaa paUon. Bllloasnesg sue retting "'. '' .! ;." ,'
"Of- l'
: : ; -
4 :
1- -
was grown on high dry laud, lie planted eternal lhs.u now her bereaved bus- JDdne7.o\ft'eottoll1lo Jaundice their acre tract reedy preparatory to .ut- '!, -' ; I I' ': ." '. : ,.i
; oolyafcw seed a* an experiment: and ,I bind and sorrowing relatives find comfort Mental Depression Colic. ting out strawberries. 1nted' .._ /,....!..... .. -. r L' ::..L Po J'! 4.' 7.\ tmr j
c has demonstrated that: it can. in successfully in the hope that she is now amid the blest 'Ve arc pleased to ;announce that Col. ..'; ;. r I T i a 1 I

a : Z. grown in this Couulr) It can be I :ll'OunLllhl' thione of God in Heaven, and BEST FAMILY MEDICINE John T. Talbott has returned from hilusiiiess < '':. /f.- ; 1 I i e J
u .
n.ade! a profitable crop. they 1 find a higher nobler incentive to trip :XorMi. and I ircttin.t i .' I tilingn .: I .

r --, j I eLLi tint life of Christian virtue that shall Ho Honseliold Should Without It shape for Lakcview-Look; Olt for llw;* / 'L '.. .: !fu1ria. t!!':. ::!(!i'i!'
c :' OrUndo Reporter: Chestnuts! can 1 >oom* 4/ : : (. .i h" ... .. I b .3ti'ic1 .;l
mised in Florida. Thi i is proven by thc I enable them to rejoin her in the City of and,by being kept ready lt>r immediate n Mr. J. W, Best and cMmi.iblr wifi h.ivt I r : :, a :. .u-.. c ..J..

.1 to fiwt that Mr. W. II. Holden has t vt>rlliMaring : God. S. Q. will DUioy save a dollar many In an time hour and of doctors'suffern bills.a( nrrivi-d and will i soon !om uwhich! will .'.4mpt'.tiAii.to rrnr I the Thfir frtierc t r ri9. J Ln'hout i:.j"c.. '. :rc". t!to.a jr:WWiCUdNfl I r sq .. ,i' r"

i. tires on his place two milt-b N>uth 1 lie an addition to our social c'ill'll', l1al!: : I' .,, 'I.,.0 M.Lrn... d.n.. ibs "t.& -,f :g-I_ ...10, ; \ ;h.":.t Jooa t.rul fjLe L':1.:: -.
; .r.' f Orlando lie them (toni Tcnnes- ERISBtjTONESIMNON8LIVERRBGULATOft --'z/: I" : e" J. !" '.'.': Pr-" r! i- i:- .so11, i r -
; 4> got '\e are pnniii of I: "' ; it 1,1. rut K TS4.7.. il"'.J.a. .r c..n.croj. :--r'71 : :
-c see nine years ago. and they have borne I heartily reqommend Salvation Oil for M I r. Beck now has a jet: gaK.r. hope .(- A.-b'o... Bltckl., ..",?.p" .1. f-- ''. .. (0. .,*"."j I ii..OI tr.it.TnuMnejn.;i1.t1ii.. ':.Briruckftt1" "rilof !.; ".f .
') throe of chestnuts. [They were "I"!, ( have. Beck. I .t 100" mm tki. ttttntt pr M ra.* A.I.%: .."....:-"' ,-.g.-1.. fconl. lM.it attu bath -. p' a
for .
crops f cts ikc cJ. S. or wont ., .
a crf $..that!,u g et HM gaui*.with red "2" ... yo ,Io r. .! f.j II "-,.*- ,, 'tl'.aad.jt.iui.1. -i.r rlYl.tere.- .
certain 4" >Ti n"fl'' *- f.
successfully in loa j f I Ikf.-!
raised M D. J. Silcox in 'l.n. 111... *'Iinc in..t2. l-nrawairr
town last
Was week :
0 nunr S. froat f Wrapper. Prs-wrvJ cnty by mill ..0 ln... .r..1 :t. .I.! .1 anJ. t.i .r '-' "; -.
:_ that for a time till')' had to Use a bclexterminator. ; '-1t. Z E I LI N 6. CO.,so:. was looking much better than \\have .s;tii rmh...p l ( La-n .1'.11 'I" -
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I r <31 J. \V Lane I "' I. \Veek.of.P. ..y.e1-. : : :( -Es : \ : ; ,-. --. ,; -r r _. -.,.... -' -.- F t
itarke} Tel g'raph..1. r. ,;. ntr. ).I I ; I AXXJli: p : -.. ;,: .
week of willTje observed ith :
Clark paid out ofljce a'ple'asant.T'all l .prayer '. H .
I Ip to
i Lane is at the.Methodist church 'commencing -, For JIaj'oiVi I Ii .
this -\ cel,. \tr. traveling I .. 5 -. -t.: .
t : 2
Fla. iOT..1t1u18S7.1 : k.-
: 'agent and salesman for the well-. next. Sabbath. at 11 a. m, Services -I Tire friends. oftyl.W: W. .1 -., .- A Ibf.UL.wte .4 '
4' -
-- -- 'I noullce.I UIl1 as a candidate f t I .
; known establisbn. ,' A.B Campbell every-. evening during the. eek.. ,,I -
yfrfrndford ,
.' music Jacksonville The object of these services is to ; M-iyor, and earnestly ( : HARNESS.HOP1'Vhere ':
"dealers, ;
: iu
Lodge No.4* F.and : port the co'tulns election.._ ,, : .
i.OT. Regular communication* thrid I Fla.; and has given Harry the agencyfor pray for the young people of our : : .
month. For'\ldernian"
futurdays in each ,
,VOHS HAUL L. W. KICEUTKR that house .this city, county, especially the ywniy HK-H. ... IIdrsemenwjIl find "
well selected Stcx-k of ,
Secretarr.. W. M.Wi.odz The friends of Prof. G. P. ., "

:- of P. A. :JII Go to J. C. Clark's for fine candy, Also to seek divine blc. ing upon flounce him as a candidate i Harness"L Sadd'les '' Collars .
La.: No. 69 Bridles .
ncit-Annual Conference which .
Meetings secoud and fourth I crackers, figs, dates, apples, oranges, I I our of Alderman.The :. "ji itors'r Whips 5. :
faa F of each month 2 o'clock.. I Ijr andall will convene at Leesburg Dec. 14th .- Lashes Brus1ies.-
NOUTHITP, onions, potatoes cabbage, fiiends- J. G. .\\':
$[iFRDE next. It is hoped that the young ,. I JS., Blankeb Spun &e &t'f.
Secr,tar '. \v..M ast.r.j1QFRED.MEN.I kinds of fruit. He makes small him as candidate for r .
pe'ople will their appreciation ollice of AUlernnn. and .
and sales. Don't forget urge -
profits quick :

jP'D.sci.T. No.. FL.\-COlW..ij to call on.Kini and get his prices.A'fuUr&neVf. ; of these efforts of the Christians: -For-_City. Clerk.. :,AT ll :ASON A LI .PRICES.

each \Vedn ) .; in their behalf by legnlnr: attendance The lends of n. II.
titre. kindled groceries at rock bottorLpre.v. All : I
tarke F1i. .i iTnse .: -'OQ-ls warranted to be as represented.
.at their Wirrwam. ; on the services. Christiansalso him as a candidate for City ,
r \ Brothers cordinUj invited ;_ .,
W..Jl'KIX. .... .t .fc are invited and expected to attend Tho friends of J. C. -; Repairing and Oiling promptly lone.Examins .
Ijt&J. '
6ac: laJ. l. ..,,Wehad a short call from Mr. .
1"1ii.hLLOS.. to.offer united prayer in behalfof him LS a candidate for Ci'y' .
John}all, vho is one of the TEl.ILcnA1iI's .- hopu all the citizens will : My 5tock.: : ,
"otds. I one of the most important meetings ) ; Compare My Price
ifof l --- ,
friends. He left .
-1 good a
I of our church-the Annual For Treasurer. : *.* -. ,
No. 1I. I
Ma O. O., L4k.F. Meets every Frl I sample of his cane, four stalks, the COD ference. I hereby announce myself .Newingham" ; Call.St.Starke Fla. '

'II/l da night at Odd Fellows longest one and for .. 9 .
brothers having thirty joints City Treasurer, and if *
HalI. Transient Starke, Fla., Nov. 10th, 1887. .
cordlallv; invited to.attend. measuring 11.feet in length. Mr. I form the duties of the office = : :
JQ.HAYE." W. S. HiciiAii ox.Nt'w .
.'. J f'I _.- Noble Grand.I HaU has southof my ability. F. R.
.uirvBox41. ; I I.LI4.8corr a thrifty .place just

I Vice-Cracd. Starke, where ho makes all th. Irish Potatoes. I'or ?Iar%.lial. New !
) and .VaI .1 1We
II CHURCH-- DIRECTORY i.sugar:he'lreeds to eat and has some I ilr. C. II. Thompson of this city Mr. E. I:. Wills able.fiUrsety Stock

for market. brought-to our office a quantity of new your votes for Maishal. .
-4--: J1J2THODIST ciluIlcil.n.jceeeverySundaYatll Irish potatoes just taken from his garden. ( ;

a. m.. and -\11'. D. Newingham hat opened These potatoes were grown from seed "f Mr. Geo.* Adams announces flier who prtScnt tovtntaIjst or valuable fruits which are IridisrenlSab'e to every f.u-
Marsha, and 'tishe to add to the \alne of
Tuesday at : solicits your \ anti ht\nry hilt
m. Holiness meeting 8i his harness store: and is prepared to : his own raiding and kept through the sum. I Fnrm'flC van, with 'Very small hOlue. .
Thursday at aUlount of and labor
etintf money add everat
tp'm., m
J gayer per c.'n to the
mer and planted! September hardly two B. :E. Alvarez announces .8Iile of thi'lir propertv and Ihe
We call attentionto hl\ppinell and C'OlI1fort or th"lr.
please everyone. homes and
"* faintly
i,.f, W. 8. RICHARDSON, Pastor. months old, and now good size grown a candidate for the ollicc of cost the n@ow' .and IMdlD by mlJr\'lnJ the opportunity! here otfAred orobt"h\in at a ama.\L' :
ttchobl at 930; m. the new buiiness card in this II vlleties fruit.'i SUIted to this &eet1on. vlz : '. .
I Buuday tind -
without fertilizer of kind.A respectfully solicits
your -
any _._ -. l
RICHARD, SuperIntendent issue. We this '-.' ---- ,
.J.CHAS. are sure departurewill -= _ .
MARTIN, Sec- Jc Ti easurer. PE. .RJ.7 to JJ (et hJKh.Lecotat. -

PRUT" fill a long felt want hi our county Large Cluster of Oranges. I: Special :otiee.'I .:... .. ... POMEOK.VXATKS -4. .
BarileIt ......... ....1 .7--:.:: :.. ;; : J-JSSpents Neb
J pAPTISTC1IURCIi J and rre arc glad to welcome Mr. Sir. R. 11 Wynn brought to this ofliec 'I FKM.OW l'rflZf1 take Keitier..I t ctntaelch. ij moo .

and at 7:30 in.PraTtr this week cluster of of Usborn's :5unlln'r... .... ... .
p Se"'oeell.t| Jl a. m. Wednesday p. N. to our town and among our mer a large bright yellow announcing myself for lArge Japan .' ...... ....5u n cents each -
meeting U. ATWRSON every Pastor chants. oranges. This cluster was .composed of the Cilice of Town Marshal. bar(....SllIpric nil staaiLtrj or cents eedlingl each MULBERRIES.Whitr. .1 f
I fianday Hobool njeets every Sunday ten orange all grown from one little twin I pledge the good citizens -.-:- .. very ro.' .. .. .. 'TNUTS. .. .. .
Rt'tl Jvrrlw&.I1.... ....... 23 ceDIII t'tWb
morning at 9:80.' Mr. Moody has brought his feather and they were grown so closely that each faithful discharge of the I'EACilES. .
4 to 3 feet high. t
A. O, HA IHICJ Superintendent.T. here and has : was proaud into an oblong shape. Tin; office. Thanking I I --- ,
: Rr MORGAN, Secretary. renovtning apparatus my Pcento and IorJ..Y.. ... .
: weight of the cluster was 4 Ibs. The lla- favors, 1 am. Very He- I I I Alexander (T,' .turln ...
opened the Hollingsworlh store. It I Hales Ewly... .. .. .. Engli b.\-aluut..... ...'. \
) PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. vor was sweet and delicious even this E. l'K ia'Hont'S). 'Vu' eta.each $1: iou Chint.c ..........".* \
ft-ill be a good opportunity for all BJoo4.\... .. ..
tllgli-'h ChahtDU . .. 110
11 earbin the ce.ts eacl1.
everyotherSllnda at a. in. season. { { OnideUow.. ....j I 4
Services ) who cleaned made ChEAP] span : .......... .
} astor.iUlldil want or
K.feMATTJCK : -- --- 'pI1llJ1ob' ....._ I'
j School every Sunday at JoO 10\1' to the work well done here N. W. Ayer & Son Annual. -- I ----- Pecans.......[r",........ 'fS3 .
.J. P. I)1CA-1.'$ get AluiouJ.M soft shell..... .... _. f. I
-,111, Superinte iidciit.L at home. Mr. Moody and his wife We have before us X. \V. Ayer & Son's One Cent a rl. |)rs. 4 to 6 r't blgh.! ..
For t the fn&t iiist-ition ju-'l \ViM .... ---- .. .
( n *; ..... ..20 oo.
Annual for 1887. It \ nt.each
is a com '
Col. Moore's. Newspaper PrunUI4 Puardii ... .. . t'
L are staying at for each suhsL-qiient insertion ( 1E'.ln. .25 ORAI3.Scuppernong. .
CHRISTIAN C1IUKC1I. -- -- plete dictionary of American ncwspapess unia.TIMS. Japan Meiller.s.vergTfeii( )..:. ..50 .... .,.. ....... ...... j '.
L IG, Kflapy Japan... 2.rt&rs.. "", ...eo BIaq&.. Ligle ....... ...
AcU n: 26-36;88-1 Peter: Tire Christian church are at last and gives a full list of names of publishers 1 Sb .' ..J. ceDta. 4h. .
Or ...
: KATES A any'yarit'ty. "... .
O. P. Young the Pastor preaches at to have their special place of wor and population of cities that have I i iI I _.._- ____-.4. .-_------ >*I .

HAMPTON' ship. They have been holding their newspapers county bites products of each I I JAPAX PERSIMMON,one year.. PEPIXO or ileloaShrub.
1st lord's day at 11 a. m. and Saluray and is in itself.1:
S fUach service in Orange College, but owneda county complete WANTED good (' \ I Seedless. ....._......... i A new thing Iest1nel to be one ottie bet ,
at 7:30 p.'m. who are interested in newspapers should L. XL'V.'inhtun. I Among extra h '?e... .., to cent" each. ...............5oceats maketfruiLa. euJa- t
7 STARKE lot for church purposes over four have on.vc; : i : Ziugl, susar swe t and rich.... f -- ".. t,
each 2nd Lo/d's day at 11 ft. m: :and each ---- .
have ordered the lum- IM'P4.zs I-
.erd'a dajU 6:30 p. m. I II years. They Go to \\ niter Wi'ls for fine FIGS.VhIte .

111QHLAND ber of Mr. II Farmer and will soo]-?- -- Starke Literary. cry fruit I vegetal( ;('t(;' 4 to 6 tet't high. Iana.-ll1f'... .. .... .

ach 4th Lord's day at U a. m. and Satur- :at it is useless,, Society. which met on ]hat I Red Aslrachan..*... .. .,.. i 'Brown Turkey.... .... .
erect neat and commodious bivtheing tirade of abuse - I! .Alexander... .. ........?. Black.....I........ .I"i}i cen.a.
iUj before at 7:30 p.WORSHIP in. that witt st'le'Skthat I en.ry boy. lie. 0'1'\"" very enjoyable affair Cir: wheel tobacco: and the I l-nib'. .........-... )-: cent each Ureeii...-... .._....... ,
one .t
!: i .
4 tho P-QPlc had been \V. 1 If. UimV.
B> ciird.it -
_' II ar anJ.Pr : ----
..J L h Loid's ATORAXGII day at 11 a.COLLEGE.m.' church\ and community. Itj.s-"TIT -...0 -u/l the date not all were -- -. -. I APRIl'OTS.- -' ORAN'OES.Wto.

' PRAYER MEETING be about 40x40. Prof. G.:P. Youftnwjll ,g Pau. ebatc ''Itesolved. that The hest and, cheapest .. .... & ..Weet... .. S0crot .Mtomo.
KurlvGoldei lRedKomao. -
... .
etch Wednesday ar 7:30: intend the 'fter. the first few care pcais] ,, to the eye :arc at Vv" II.[ Uia.-'. .. .. .....J.. >23c_ nU each.. Bude 2 years rl00.peci&1n&. .
sujiei iirrangementsvhich the lad I Russian ..... .
= .' e whIp ceas ? dctuled *-' ** ** I /I Ta.ugerine. ... :** ......... I .
will insure its success. V, in his unreasom- was ln -_ ''. 'I 3fADd -V full line .f school books p.t
: OITY' NEWS. fllV .tK ... or, if he dvt'l 'he regular < QUINCES. Mediterraneaa sweet,and other) X
--- -- 1
We had a very pleasant call from meetings are o\ *nd coand third Friday Just r'c .ln.II-I0( barrels of ] Orange...........>... ... -... 1 j .q .25ceatl \
Chinese.......I ...... 25Tppie
i. trrfi l given Mr. and Mi s. Geo. Hornesbv from evenings in caP d..; The followingis fit..1. C. Clark's; ab'L fie:h ) .\ .-. .. ....,? ... !:-.f..;'ft .& (wha / rs'l'&ad. S
An >e ; .
oyster supper Lakeho the progratnineIcP s.,.'ic.\t meeting, cr.ickers rrai.e and tInted..A.gQiti II _ \'. .- -. :.. .- Jin.. the door .
Ivingsley things '
report .r '. -
church ----- -
the --
night by IJapiiht : ,; '
o Tuesday ------ ,', '. : ; '.'ou''f'1r'
I Ii .
Friday evening, Xov 18th: -'. t.4r <* _
for the.benefit of their pastor. very prosperous in that sec Instrumental )Music.... ..HininaTrul i -.. mart boy, I I We warrant eaeb' __ t.t.JI.. t. ,.". .f.i'-'. _
of 1 have a special ('ontr ] <'' ;f'. It3 '
tion. Mrs. II. left six ; .
---- -- .
peppers Reading Mr. B. L. nu fs.liccitatioi I' and 1U ycarb"vr4-Alh< \( .
week 1 variety. is not as ord'i t .
sold this .p '
Pratt .
"Gardiner & -
the Mammoth ; Stron I I trees ... : "
variety, perfectly instead. ll k1..J.nfi' S. '
:L IcMrn tlio printer's trade i lit ::: ,
R. & Co. the J. J. Sons.Misses Wall and Powell. Wohave.tnidear.-.' _. "i.
A. Roseqburg 1
ito :- .
j. .\- .
sound and in which / ". ..
of superior quality, Readi"p .. Ah&rei. at this oilife. Mti.t 1m possible branch MUJ ,,- If' ; ', fl. ... '
; i Jparkman place just houtii town. ...... ....... be reliable 3iS .' "
fui ff
t *lie had raIsed herself. She alsoprc"siTtcrf'rii"e Recitation .Faunie Ponell.iJt2dU HS o-ir l..1 : : 4
i 1 .i iJ'i. f '
( __ ___ .... .)Ir. Wilson. readily. .__ __ .._ furnchmgtbatxacL 1' 'J
J. C. Clark Jiasorclored -Co. 'T .;*_ --. >-v Harry .--.- .- If.Pa 114. : 1" ",. .,:. tt.'t..r.
9 I T.! I ELFrt1Pn with an Instrumental-:MusicRwitation :......-. ..BettiI'- CiiosspeIlti&- ---- ) '. ,_.', 'Jf.iJ. it ,,.... -. ;

" L1 leciric igttmachin for lighting. enormous sweet potato,whit'll weighed .,.Ida Witkov',ki. A Famly Dies;: I .., : l. Ii ,1 'I" ..t.''f '-. .fanscan. :'.".' >"'.

'1:1,. ji store and handsome residence Reading. ... ... ......Fannie Martin. Siniinon-,,' Liver llc-gnlator: I tr 0.l eRI ftioD8 at"f \ Yf. .
shall it andif 'iL
I : : 7} poundWe save Recitation....... ... .... ...: } ..Junes.QuRett.. home remedy i i" cull!ely vi'; ; i ; '"- .4 :I.. 41C4; r I .'"),.

Anybody wishing to buy a first- no larger one comes we intend! to Sonfr.Male the pin est and bet family r'r. I.. .f e. '' .? ...r.

sc"nd it to the as _.. ._ : _. .1 \0
Sub-Tropical an .
terms -- --- is Xo
; class piano or organ on easy compouudid.) error to J./I..t" -
; it.
p call on or address II. E. Clark, evidence that even the sandy soil in Proceedings of County School BeardSTARKK adnHnUtciiii-r; no injury : _- 2ft. ;' 'Jf .

"J J&t'fent.. Florida can raise something worth Fla., Xov. 7, ISfcT. alter taking; no lo,sof I 1'',"r":- j"f. ., ..' of. .
; .
I Board at 10) J. 31.[ best pic-VLiitive medicine arid .':,. ; I i 4 .
while. We are always glad to have mct a. m., present I,:'... the 1t.JI _
i'_ There will be an oyster supper at neighborly calls. Smiley chairman; J. \Vainright, P. S. I no matter what; the sickness '-J ., -:." : "4, ',, 1:' p ''\., : '.__ 0':,4- S

Court House this be, and in ; ordinary ". '.' 0 'T:.. .; '.
the (Fridcy) evening Crews. X. E. Douglas and E. W. Thomas. any 'JI.-\ ; .
of the Methodist iid I effect -pet-dy cure. I : ."'" ;. '<" _
for the benefit Minutes of preceediug meeting were : .Jt'
J I We WonderIf inc with the Z-stamp on the it ;1' .
and The trustees of Starke 1
Church. approved. : .
I "t 44 : "f-
the steal 'I" tYO"'IC: S .
to l
_ _ boys were trying I colored school petitioned for a larger ap- M-iny think baby is -' {it.. :i"J Ii :
a :
.* The Bradford Drainage Company the ox team. propriation. Laid on the table. Ordered I swallolIasly medicine for j 1l.t.i:1..t ."?:'-'J't.le&hoon. ,
; and' _
keep thirty hands at work i in clear If the coon will live long andprosper. that )U Amanda Strickland be paid ome thoughtful fiitnd tells ,:. :. .' 1 : '. L',. .'

ng-their land. They have about 40 1 twenty-two dollars and fifty cents ($2:.:0)) Hib "I1'p. #" CI"\ "'.' :- '. ."- .. 1M -ii4t._ ; .

for teaching two months at the Douglas ; j r .' t ":
= .
acres cleared now. If the dance was a MICCCOS Monday 7 P: *nd -
-- school. Ordered that Dr. J. L. Hill be Use La\ador for the J rr :

We have been doing quite a variety night, paid for teaching twenty days. Ordered comfoit/ rcMiltin* from J. p kA' 1t!.; t, ottp '.

of job-work this week, and invite all If the merchants are going to let that the following warrants be issued to at once relieved. This : M' '....1 1"J '.' ". fg: w '. V'.

wbo are interested in it to call and TruLy, Stcrnburg & Co do all the teachers! is sold by all (t!ug;Kts.AvciJ \ ( 'k-s4 -

f (what we can show them. advertising and sell all the goods.If Alice Newbold..2: :l 0) kI1E1!! .r.e ) OI w.ta Uil1ht017. S

don't believe this is the Onic liii!.. . . . . 33 ?r the hI1'sh. ,oj ... .'".' .
.Mr. R:bt. Hilliard spent last Sunday 0. L. Mi/ell . .. . . 50 00 : compounds so cftea sold !IO S' '.

r in Starke. lIe lookeu extremely place to get job work. Come in F. A. P. Janes . . 27 ;oO medicine and(I correct I the i irre iI 't BOYS' HATS BOOTS AND SHOES AND

elated and important. It was and see for yourself.If \V. E. Wai-a'iSt: . . 37 50B. I: the bowels by the use of AJ I t \' .

another boy and weighed 10 Ibs the town i is not much better I D/IIeiru,". . . . 23 00 i Pills. They are invaluable I 5/ FINE CLOTHING. .. ..

-r since Mndison/ ave. was graded, Annie E. Jerry . . . 3000 medicine. ,

A social dance was given at the If something can be done to causean 3!. A. Clark. . . . 100 Of" : 'I*& \-r4 n. % C-( V I .

: Kentucky House on Monday night. excitement in town. Kiltie Kungle. .. . . 27 ."0 I I l ? .. -

Hobt. W Cameron. . . . 22 :i', Hon G Edwards r : : 'V. .:
There was a large gathering and all If Richard & Paoo refused $ 21OOO :. .
.1. 11. Cohoon. . . . . . ::30 toO : [: 4ZJ-ERS: :
the best kind of time. : & CARDELL' J I
report a for their brick block. i
J. L. Hill . . . 2500 Late U. S. Consul .
.If there are any of our sub cribcr If sftl' is really! a "sham" pillar to G. p. young. . . . GOO intTin* ;; ,.
I author of The .
.who Missed their papers lastweekilease i the church, as slu stat(... Geo U. Vanlanduigluim . ::5o 00 .- Prac"tica1 .- .5 .
If I B. 11. J. has the day and ). C. Levy. . . ". . 23 00' Shame England," ( ) ;
lay it to th2 terrible got
S. T. Tice. . . . . 33: (IO!< Advancement etc. I Smith and Sheet : .,
state of affairs our office was in last hour set, : j Iron Worker:
Amanda Strickland . . 2250Or I *, :;
week If'ill Kelley will make us a I writes as follows I
a ,. I lered that a school be located hear .1.\\ I i!! ; !! ; Starks .. ...
;,,. vi MI in December. Xorman's with an appropriation !$1 I3 fill> New York, : ) ; -
Barnes has returned to "
.p. If J. M. Henderson has any per month Ordered that the Supeii.i- 1-J2: E. I i -n.\VIXG LOCATED in Sturke. in the brick building formerly occupied by C :

? St.\rke.:1fter a t".ok't' visit to hishome special object visiting Kingsley so tend"nt make: quarterly n'l'ort> cf I IH-! DR.(i J.lItll'mensense C. AVER& Co., of ; E. U yman, I rc.<'rctfuIy! s-oliclt work in rnv line lr m tie Cllz.lIs'of; the iownandgtzr ._ .

rounding cou lt, All work warranted. Charges moderate.
Green Cove Springs. lie number of teachers c .::nnc111: the and the desire to render a : Hoofing. Gutters. and .
often.If public impel me to make I I \ Leaders specialty.: .
U. looks much better than when. doing the TKi.Er.KAi'ii is not the best funds received for the t-anif. On'tud! btatpinent->: I ALL OJJDKHS: PROMPTLY FILLED. .- : : ..

Pit work _- that the Superintencjent furnish I the olllee My college career at New ;.
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I enfeebled rue that for ten .== ,-' -- 1 '
U is wilh\giflucu regret that we draw on the Treasurer for the expcn-c I hard struggle for life. = .. :-s .,

innounce the serious illness of Col. )(a 'or's proclamation.I Ordered that the following waruuiU: In- I from result the of almost bronchial every passa THE BIJOU MEN'S -"'. .'

Wi! W. Moore who is i well at.d favorably There will be an election held by issued to members of LOlnlI ,l Siij'.' For: years I was under S W

known throughout our county the registered voters of the town of intendeul: ablest last I learned practitioners of without DONGOLA KID AL VonKZRN Fine Calf Alligator

J E. Waimight . . 2 2lM.

and Stat \y p hope for his speedy Starke, on Saturday, December 17, L. I Doujilasa. . . . . 7 20 Ayer's Cherry I' ShOES 2.50. Kagroo I tnd S we
recovery.1MessreTruby A. 1). l5S7, for the pmpose (If electing P. S. Crews. . . . . 480 wno:11av: ._ !
which I used (moderately ) Ladies bt.'CD
fc Co. one Minor, one TO\\"Ill'le1'1I, one E. W. Thorn. . . . . (C .jl') doses) at the first .' I .oj ) BOOT AND SHOE STORE Shoes made to order &LOO, :
Sterubnrg Town Marshal: one Town Tax Assessor J. ). Smiley . . .. . -1 ..' ,
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double !
arc moving into their new and two Aldermen. 11.el'. Dowling . . . 2J'III' over I invariably UT )ears found ago. relief With :Shoes andEconomy dl'1irino Alao Complete Line of men, -. .

store. They have a new supply, Given under hand and seal in On motion the board adjoin ned, I exjiosure. in all sorts of Style and STARKE .... .
my lie\''. to this (lay, had
line frc hand "
everything wanted in Comfort, should try a Wome Ilissez. 1Sf1 _
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the town of Starke this, the 7th day any affection' of the J ; .'' .' .
new. Iere is t llccelS to the winch dul nut yield to ; pair of this Celebrated( ._ .
S1 %1thE. Fl.l..1'. 7, 1"S7 :
of November, .\. D. 1S87. I'ECTOKAL \\ ithin il hours.Of f .
line of Shoes. L idie! Y
> > children hoe.. come and .
pew firm ana store. EniTon TII.Ett.U'iIl1o me tll cour' I have never FLORIDA' :
T. A. KNIGHT, self to be withe..t this ( : French Kcl the* t
I state, as explanatory; of the 1.l'l'l".l.\in! i .
Anew d ly called 'J he Jackson- Mavor. I voyages aud tra\ -I> In -. '
minutes that there arc a number of pen- ob>L-rvatiuii, it has given $ .! hem 1
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vUle Daily, hotel News, will i ill' ATTEST. It. L. 81'ltKX, who woiuUnii luu' i-rs of jioixms; while in .
PIe in this county are .: ; I.
issued by (has. '\". D.icosta, and Town Clerk.You what is to become of the -.11,1.lr! collected iI I of croup pulnir.narv I alit\ iliplitheria in I -- ,:/ -.
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Cot. 'V. P Barnes, business man --L_ fiom A teacher en CXlIll i1.lti'JIl. In .ucordancc -.- has lit-eii Ir"-'rH..l through : I -- -: -- --- -- ---
if ilou'tgo I I ifioiuiiicuil it. ue iu li I : I i
ager. Theotcl NOWS will contain will tis'a big bargain you fine with the school lt\v, ay board I quent .1(01''. l'r.it-rIy : :::; ; M.L'Englfc. WA. 'ttll .
Chuk'b tine jjructriei and !
to j-cu
of education has a right to collect I accordanrn with your
hands and will .OIW
eight pages fruit nlsn jou will IJml 3i.i lcr harry Claik Iiefore eai'ination : [ of
'I dull:ir from eyery toucher I A Priceless t first-class in call itutc ,
yery way ready to wait on you so don't fail to ; slid: (I funds to be ued in defta ini i ; : : : -.z-
in any hOIlpI'ak (
*. D1. Uhleinj,, wife came to our, and sec 11 i m. the expense of TeacherInMitutcs in the : I feil earnestly. I have } : ; : ,HENRY i.'E.NGLE.::. Man or W. N. BAKER. Cash ........ .-4.
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this find haft countIn accord:mce with the onlcr of cases of alpar..llly i .
city weeThu Dr. to ainl of .
cou s I
; FLA.
'I It is a. Pleasure i
lw\\ in the rriautes. CKS03SVILLE
board II
aad his wife the r.s i Ij lady among clergymen and -
pleasant >jartp rli Cpr jtCi 3II. Eliza Ann Smith, of Vcrmil- : .
: VI cured
shall make quarterly -pt--. slmwin i r t the speakers iwrfortly : .

with Mrs. F, 4nes while he make. I lion Ene Co.. Ohio to tell ihe ladies name of every teacher examined and: cine. FaithfulhTOUr C. EI>'.!.. : : ) : I ': ."..-""r h.o.....-.r..,,.'.-. -DEP05-, r.ICZIYEI. COLJ.r.cn" ...'_:." .

t 3n extended ijur of observation L. everywhere that nothing surpass Dr. shall always have on hand: one dollar: for I : .. .1"II..1t\ r.i.R\I..n.\. ){.\' KlsT. .,.:'.._ .lz.TF.'t.'tl"u.\"iur. _: ,

through the altbern part of oui I Ilarter's Iron Tonic for all irregularities. every teacher. Respectfully Ayer's Cherry J 1I 1;_ ; : ".

lovely:State. rave$ no fear, he will l Li J It cured me when physicians and all other! II. T. DOWMNR. cupi. (i Prr j-arod by Pr.J.T. Ayer&Co., I \. ---_ .. .1 : .: .i'.11_ ..

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'..- :: 'P k :Sul. t. GlDa r"1UCuTURAL Ter lites In Troy, !Io., a little girl
i.:.. says high '
00 $ ooIts sbi co4 sj'NTLITRRATuRE I- old whoge.. -
cor FOE L house .eigh.ye r .b.J.I.I.
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.. -r I 10 0011$ corer heard a continuus !
; t- -.. .. OOftS.OoIis oolssoo FEMININE' READER&- sing. most an gray, add is
.b. tO Oo 15 Iof TO FARM AND GARDEN.
C1120c430 song the
LM cht air late
beating one and the
T' rainy Agrayer,
I growing 1

t. "." ;: .. ect Tiu SbfOqI a 1lis to,Uis ml s4 flys cuts. for The 'fluttonlesa 'ank and whle. walking on the rivea 1 I perceptibly are that long beforeshe _$___
-" iUertOL) ShOe t
Superstition the
.. ceremony we stepped Car I '
Cclmbl Patch wonianhoI her once raven --
', ,. The latest "fad" ia ; ';nta the ; race s _ta7y
interest attacll d I open doorway leading to the it a plcttce a number of have become snow-white.
VV $ 1 ,.. to the court-yard of the lade hir wi
finding of house In .
4 I an old buttoned shoe. : a small room J. first cucumbers which ap. I Some a the child wuI
.. We at thre
: sMe
'II'I 8UD8Call'2'IOK 11..1.1'8. were'told with pt iincerity, that; ODe 'a dignified old Corea pared go to seed, sy a Rural Ne! frightened almost year by a .

: k ; 'One rear....................... .......11 II if a young girl oa finding one would count man in a gown gntle- I Ttiecorrpondent. The result was I I fire which broke IntotonVUliOD. the A VU CVRI voz' relIemsa5C.16iatk

co ; Jt Ail mo.tlaa......................... t. the buttons remaining on it she would. trimmed,p.green hat was'half recin. I had very few cucumber for table use i toWn where she IDIGETI81id DYSPEPSIA.

4 :. ; ;'; .r'. : waigi..beertptlonl No maft be paid Invariably Ia be able to tell exactly the number, fog and supporting himself on one elbw : and scarcely any smaller for pick. m1thr tioticed- .o:
,S 'i' dicr1wthst..a fa\'or of Laybody. years which in the manner of the I one after the fire the t ,
: would, ancient
::; :" elapse before: her I'lng. I to : in the child's bad-been c fi
: '. :. '. l'ommuilicatloni UfO aU matter of local Jar marriage each button representing feast. He had a slow, lazy: smile, and I, every take'spcal pins pick I change I We.a. r.: W. T TPne
keo that
$t ODe was
;: ; from all : cut of! times in the hope .
Puu of'be 'year It is occasionally many vin
'. county. looked upon 8S a I himself to slap the I table me not and the result '
?* great pieci i Of a strong FUN CHOLERA IIFATULIT -
of hair would! in black. The
: inisfortion floor in front new come i
r : Gerserai by the credulous) to find L I mate ofhim with along-I. growth ot vine and plenty of either cu WILL CCR. TE lOST ItEadi.e
nreet.y ,. a shoe hairs increase all the time, and she AGR DCAS
minus loud I .
chant :
: ----- '- __ buttons. increased in Cumbers IT .:
_,'. t; ; 1--- -.Shoe and Leath.er volume: or pickles It is astouishina gl have head .'I SOP VOING i L
UNITED and soon ,
a ,
: 4 STATES O"1CDS. Reporter. steadiness after floor-rappings I how much differenee i vetetble.lookng W RVE COlSTIP4r0N.: : .
. ., .. the there in the yieia : .
." ;,'-' and came from i on a pair young of ;:' .'
dozen shoulder imperfect
. t- t IU.TOU- a youngster sitI I frm a patchwhere some the cucum I hf.e dsiag.i P777? ..-

;1 .. -.It'", Hen. amuel Pa.eo,Montce1h.. Valuable Fan. j ting in a row nronnd the wal of the tiny I bers.wh.ichcome on early are permitted II I JIGBT WI ffScsJinfnei1iao fd gj Ju .and eUTr sisre's- O t SIQABY

;' ,, .,. o t7' r" 11012. WUltinlOll Call,JCkionyIIh. Mme. Patti, the P ri Figaro says, has I apartment, each with open 'book to go to seed, and a patch from whichever I When Nights. Grpw' Long. t.nb d1; &for DIG N ( 1 lI i
I. : 'f1I.h;. f a ran on which spread on the before him. I I J gos av. u _
'<. .. : \y"; j Jt&l'BlIIDunna: all-the are. the autographs of r I This mat ,0 pickle and cucumber i picked The front gate and the himmock,. & we wla bottle to ld O dOlkid preprJ L rendeye. Ig

'7. j "In'n.. R. n. L Davidion,Q". sovereigns of Eu'rope. Here fol- Corean'school was a unique & morning. I have found tht the The old bench in the grve, 'blt.uend jour 7 4.' O ou u1- .ee p en%
ft. > ., .. I'ccoad Dlltgct-HoD. Cha1e Iowa a selection of anything educational line could best Have ha4jbelr and EII t t.f.e .
: : OJ2uge. Ir Doachlrtr, Port some: The Czar, plan is to begin to pick day mu give way Je .

'f t : ::: 4 ..:.. ",.' .... fr' ,. v. GBCtTI'f con:' 1he'thingisso soothing as your si ging." their be, md heels that and row of small boys sittngon. cticumber soon as they will smal To th.Mrner near-the !n. .r."t..( el....83... "'...-.!. i 114tIThtlnstsn

\ \0'. 'Firth .Judclal! Clrcult- on. W. Emperor of Germany, "To the ver-. rqking back and &C a rule enough will WainUeon Cte S
B. Woo4. pickles escape :;:
I : A'I over the r
'" ; hOlD,Ga.,Sapreme Court singing nightingale." of Chinese characters that ol. Lusa
Jlllltlce until
Queen pgs they are too for '
J r. S ? .t '. J:1J': Don A. rardteNewOr1C1I1"La.,Circuit 'To tn. Spanish woman from Christina a een they shoutng at the top of their picding} to supply the large with cii.cumbers. Br.wD'. Little .joki. IT r-'fli, orlans rNTERYALL: ly ,

S. J'k. : ft.. M. c .Jlttjon\'lIlt. who is proud to have her 9 "I .lungs to The were A famiy "Why. Brown howsnrt i-'ur cost Is," lall ( 4wnNee of514m
; ,, DI.trlct. U. 8 Attorney, NortJa. Queen as a subJeC't. I about 10 of youngster plot forty square with Jones one day toils friend B wn. wh' ,,
' 3 :: b f.Jo'W.: Co Bird farlbal Northern Victoria, "If King Lear is right I years age and by their fresh, proper care will furnish aU the pickles rple "Ye<; it will b on enough b *'. .a1rtoor1gI-
;" FZ: DlltrleL in saying that green and blue gowns another." some .
drawn and eiend
hUip Waltei. a sweet voice is I evidenty a small tor IJet so
a will : La
.tlctIOUrille cucumber
r ; lI..r F C. 11. c. Talli- gift in "a precious from the first families family re- melcine'that neither hei I nlr help them, 1@lor.'letdf MALARIA 11'
.- # Humphrel.Penaacolao cJeru,Non. woman, you are th6'. richest of i I city. The quire; cetainly aU the average with them 'visits
e ern 1.tna. Corean house clothe I Inge
"- & t, women. The Emperor and *jnpress of small boy lack the delightful wife wi care to attend to. -tew and Inteial fevercweakness &ndbew 'II..
; "&ItXP-lfOBTIIZU IU.81CT': A tri have merely signed. impishness of expression that his of the lungs. shortness 0 bnt and liii- : wfil rer, hots
,' Jacbonvlle.lln] ,Monday In eec.u"ber. at the M. Thiers, I American brother mark yield foth lo cure 7eye
time he and cuhsn infuenceot Bhilnu,
; 4 a 'rIIihmmee lint Monday in was Presiaent of the ne- paring The Aroma or UnIter. that R.V.erre's ou A4on ag4othea fs,
Febroar rmerDr. 1'ILL
I i.' '\ : J'cnI&COII, tlr.t Monda,In Ma.reb. ,. public, wrote "Queen of song I stretch in the middle and braiding in a long Professer Arnold says in his &ocA Meca Disver. RELIaP, 'oquIcsly,.. -

-: ., 17.. DIeTBICT cotrJlT-Nortlaere forth my hand to thee." pigtail down his back gives him'a mild.. Journal: The aroma of butter has BSN has a knife grinder, not .J Ct.8e"b B.ft.B. no*auiy.
:; Dlltrlet: I a very nPr pr- lana,but it
S Ion.Tbos. gentle, 'sissy"! look that makeioneways I complex origin. It I I but ecelngl mucull Will peopi. ci
Set'IeJaek.ou1JIsJndg. from every
r >:-' a.' 0 it M. Cill. JkOuvflIe, U. tie Care or Canaries. take him for a girl. One buy volatile oils which springs certail I renowned hi strngh & of his per- = a Relief in witer momni agg
i- teorner. I smal exist in the '
1. W. c. inr.Jack.01I\'Ule Martha It i in the jiai plants OD fornces a } nlrr was Ip. Out.they wltxwsves
p ill" Philip Wllter.JactlOn\'lIle. easy to keep the canary in good corn hs hair iipint which the animals feed. Voelcker picking up a small car horse .rIue aO c per bc
reported -
z. "'+- Clerk Eutern Dl.Ion. health easIer, in fact, than to I a top-knot on crown of. his street stble and carrying him bodIly into the DtE
cure him lead to contain two
buter cent. oJ car
p. after the per hous.
: WIClonTallabafle., Clerk, Middle after he becomes maimer and
DIlJlo8. sick. There grown men, these .
p -t .- Y. C. Dnmpbrel, Pensacola Clerk would be mature hair l The per cent. varies largely 1300 Reward. S WJ
Wettern but
Di"T. few sick dressing indicated
.I.JOA. birds that the
if I in
t. '
: : they theproduct of RADWAYThe
: were individual CT.I
: ; properly cOWS.-ED. The former of Dr. sage's Catarrh .
6 "... .. .L:,;/ 'l'Z..I: taken care of. :Many are neglected, and I youngster was betrothed, which i. quite To these are given the names butyrin Remedy for years prprietor mae" public offer I J.z. "

4 X'ctmber.Ea.tern DITlaJonJlckao'Ule ,Arat fonda, I.a many are treated with mistaken kind- as good as married, and gives I Corean .I caproen and capryolic acids which In alt American Itandln1-'i4JU reward Great Liter

'.4. S if> ..oO'ltddle ness. Their food should be good and I j a greater importance and standing among the occasion of arE for The a case of catarrh that 1 not cure. lfyou are IDinf Jour ip on life 3owela.Tortherclfl
DIYlalon-Tal1ahauee of present
,: ) r.. brat Monday In I his rancidity butter. ThE prprietor have this offer Zldnejri
February. they should Try p direct to
: have all formation the druggists this Compialntsj..1u5
->" they want to eat. easy of these acids is Al together "w.nt I..wer. ol
I [;11' :,' Sc March.W..lern DlTlJlon-Penlicola Artt Mondar. ID The best seeds for them are German ienedict's A Corean is even so anxious to wear the the greatest.obstacles to the manufacturE one 01 advised the to "Douche used In,"and connectiop all other with'appiianccs it. 1a0 I For we m women.Bemarkable 'Costlcso* of ,Sb.I

.. : or i' ) STATE rape or millet, canary seed, and hemp. hair badge that he often twists his of good butter. But the volatile oils in catarrh patent b is longer able t "1 cannot taming meutsol no tb.Ituea r
S OFFICERS. the on high before mrrey
in he is .
limited betrothed or butter b get )In case f failure.
; antity. We
are ot
would confined
Oo.ernor-Edward to three foul .
1 Perrr Tallah,. married and or PERFECT
not give more than a "top.knot on credit To have 01
dozen ,
as what
a varieties. want
AttorDcy-Geoerll-c. we
hemp seeds
: Every
P. species
: Cooper,Tsflsbssaes. this is. of herb upon able do I r e 1t t b PIUs.
S '' Secretary Or State-.Jobn L. Crawford TIIIhU daily. Some advise not t ua 1s.atall derisively ca1ed. is a common which the cows feed and indeed t without is pwer. By so dolnj ;
"I ,
I. ; ,. Sec but I thing. Such upon
we think a
'-. ; C' it beneficial as a middle aged the farm has Functional SICK HE'SDyIpep.IL
Comptroll.rW. toi1hen less of th
D. Barn., more or volatile oil derngement sys-
Tillabuee. with feale 'at
:11. his peculiar
used in hair
.. "J'n.urer-E. S. small .1-:' lan parted and braided in is ) by the .
CrIlTatIaha.S. quantities. to itself tr
; I 1 I' on which its quickly cur n. R Foul Storn a
',_. a bachelor's peculiar
r ; ;, .E Adjutallt-GelleJal-Dnld Lang, Tanaballee. Cleanliness IS all importanC sure fanc-free pigtail is never odor and flower Perc's PescrIpton. It and the food thai ii eua,
., : l' 'Y-' ." Nltcbell Commi..loner, Tailaha..ee.Landi .and Immlp-aLion-c.. I. of this. The cage should be leaned srenand bachelorsareheld in less esteem lee how the flavor dtpend.and odor It is of easy butter to druggists.restore healh strng By all BUCHU.PAIBA & 2 the muppa,$
. : in
.' ... S 9 '"'. uperlntel1den' Public IDltruCtloDl-.A..J. Bulell daily, and fresh seed given each time Sparta. Women presumably are affected the You will Cura',of tatarrh! cf the Bind- fObeerve the foI3owti
' being by food have '
S the If
\ Tailabluee. with clean invisible there is cow con- a fren you must Inflammation Irritation of Kidneys and diseaseof the DigestIve
sand del
. : no have <
; ..: S COlDmllleioner otImml.craUon-A. or gravel. Fresh water way sumes. A cow eating one without failings. I Stone or Grvl Piles. Fullness of lbs
for of the
: RobInson should to tell peppermint, Blader. D8 the
:. be I the Po Sttmach.
1 S ,< : Tallahun. given for drinking in whtther budle of clothes un- instance carries of Dropelcal I Nausug.
the oil FuIInes 1
cups der the of Te get lucces many ager-s employed &te Gad Swelg IcDt or Weight Is lbs
l : It11'JtZX. which are green coat peppermint by ,
--1-. t. COt7aT.Jlit arranged in such a belongs to young into her blood and Coof Rtchmotd,Is a pretty te Keys SinkIng or frmntteytpg tM
manner thence
.I .0' .. 4 : Chief.Jnetlcoeo. G. MCWho"er that the bird maid, old maid into her milk, good evidence of the excel1enct and rand allied Organs In either sex. eating SenatIo5s wbeaIa
Lt ". l' AseoclateJILatIee4J, P. RaneyTallaha.uor,Tall.bauee. I._. :-_ cannot. foul.them. That [or I i or matron. where, rising with the cream it i is carried. of the books they olTer to sell populanty LoJEX.6 bot&i8Wells: ,Jersey Ct D N.J. yw ,.Dots or Webs
r' through I
.. : n. 11. van i UlHUlDg I'notllCl be in a shallow Into -- theiragents. ThIs Is Pain In tbe Hea&Denessof
Valkenbnrgh.JacbODYW8 (1I11 like the butter a reliable
LI' I- -; I I Silk giving it the flavor of hOli.nd any the skbs.ndx
.'1., a saucer, and andSilk-Wornig. contract with them YOU can depend
as soon the on and Sudden beg
as bird has aroma of the Ylnsbeect His
T.- .w PUBLiC UXDI-V. 1 mint. Cows do Will ,
; 8.Lsnd& not live carried ouL'RoTit
; ? Dd bathed the dish should be :_ The mulberry tree wIn cultivated in'l b tathfuly AfewdoaeofRADWA tn
.1 t'r :: 01llee. GalnearIDe-s. C. Tucker Rerlater. remo\'ed. A upon a single variety of herba e. Twenty flROPSYI I th. of all the absvej
-. .'- : : \ great many persons place such a vessel l China and known by the name of the different kinds are GLuz'mends aything! rien Clii. j rricee,)cents perbo.. _
more wil
14 likely to be
1 : .I.II".r., \omce 17.TZUJrDL of water in the cage and oblie the bird golden tree years before the found in DGa Wo Free at Drugs &GroMakeNo Un I r tSend a 1ettevItamp-.k
2,60 single
: TaIlahuIH-C. I. )LItchelI to 1 pasture than only one. I CO.,N..3'1 Wan a1
t.t F oO' Como use it to bathe in and dink Christian era.j The ve treate1 Vrop1 and it complications Our 51N
f:1 Booh
: minglejils of all these of ASvIc.
T his constitute wit mOL. uccea use table ,
4 t.. -should never be done. The bird I I the life of the silk-worm there are the aroma of.the butter made from their MiakIf rmedt entirelybarmeu.: .; Bemore veg &t _'.'BE (JIg Ti) GTIWHA

: E ; CONTT OPPICZB8. wants just as pure clean water to drink I five periods or between the different milk, each ltaa lyptODul Droy II N to.20 days Cure patent
: ages onejiaving its bay.mad. ""by the
1 modifying infucnce. you up your mind to hop ptiySIClafls.
,. '- I de47. R. Blchard. as any person does, and he will ; the first I, ant doe rapidly b.t }
; not after the ten
; keep moult. hatching and though some be not take uy -- days dllppa.aDt
.- "Cal* Court-B. P. Tork in ealth if may distinctly b I t 0'- at Jeat two thlrth ot are r&
- \ I Jv. per.o obliged to drink impure 1lt before spinning. I recogiz when, like onions, Suempurfila II a peouliar medicine, J.c bi montL nay cry humbug without knowlD; ares
:- C. water. A piece of cuttle-fish or virtue or Its Snythtng abut Jt Remember It
WMnw4bt. bone should White silk peculiar a COt you notblng
is the influence omba pr realize
be most valuable in cabbage is than V. & of our .
comI greater ynursel
1 bfBay. in
: ).-. l .i1d IJUtJt. kept his cage, and a raw apple I fierce, but the races the rest. prlo crtYI power Ipr S I o ,rt:a, ae Constantly coring cues or long standinghe -'
L Dow2Iq. c abbane leaf producing yellow, the IHo'L t ve been iappel a number of &: itti
S and AtIK
'( I S.IPvt'Yur-Jobll P. Pratt C. houhl plantain in its season cream-colored or sulphur cocoons The kinds of food which furnish the ,: ? e U k bfor ppl t''u I 'redunaote to live a y-mel ant
; I :1. .dIy CoInmisoIlera.W1tkOkfl! s be provided. Aim to give are most 1'&:" -.. .. icfi _. .... f"f
::\ 'V3f one or generally considered to be areeable. aroma the MIa store the N1
the clerk
.' "' 'y. U. eueJer, John S. tb.e other of these most Vig- are most de- Oe t t bu! I '
S :. 1 S .Dtb': Antl"wI and M. z er.: round. things every day the orous. sirahie for dairy pasture, though they tel own Jp-'e or H.od's 8arsapartfl Bit hec.uidno5 ST; JUST ioi '

'5.. 5 r/.t I :" bread Occasionally, give a piece The two most matked and noted may not yield the most. fore people .. '.pocmetothanSe.itoidtIlbS EASTI LASD Reach
'- -cnt. 1\ CITY v soaked in milk, but never cake European i are beW ? I t'
. 11 r. .2. -7XCZB&. .i '.-dy. Once varieties of' cocoons are the pleased with the aroma from 1 t 1' U w. OF MUThD. I otie 19 hereby gtveii" Wede'I
a week Wu pa w.c [
--.1 give boiled "d.o
' '------.5.. The Clay, 1.imissiot1c ae 'I 1:llUage''with'' cracker. egg Ialan breed, producing small yellow co- Kentucky blue grass than with any otr"" ( atiThT.rTucEL.YlllHo \ cfl-tittl keep 011'hull.ful: ( named settler has fl1edaod'tiaie
Never _
1 hang coons the other hence blue tiiial Oof in *
; ; pI ppoit.
.' nppropriat.cd $5 "towards. a co Yorkon T hur4,. 'draft. ,.or'the wind, and never any Cocoons. French producing large white the best fool for the grass is regarded as -, f'l tlSt4ba tt' f"I,1..fU!1.ll;fl' .Ll.! that said prof willbemi i -
I -y nl.toYnCXat him that tl dain. By a little V.b1C.LHOt :); '; tld-m, thlIril' ter.and 1eciver atUaloTUIt.SDAY.D :
\ 'wilestW \
lC .iV 'iH
'oO :
( b Topic' EXplJSI cOUOt"of their5cages. In moult- attentioa 'liiy' :.
lilbit at tLe ;I Heeled silk is classified into every dairyman can determine .." 01-' :" fil the -
r' I < jx'ebrt1arY. of t c roal::1 $ lng or cayenne tram and organzine for himself what food : us IHW. ,. .,. : -viz..Wm t. Ladt KLgSIeJ
: .TackTteL4 frJ floss. most available .iibutrn.; fn'lkk' :Ult smotl
S I and pp Organzine is closely ; { lhO tln. ) 111. ;i for tita sw4
t Line cracker I-i
-- rcraCk s or spun and twisted and is the best. Tram for his herd; and that little attentio_ ., ;: )ittiakiIif.I ln'p'JIt' ,1 in lie ntmes the following : .AD o J t

::4.- ., 'r". .r/-n.l.' _. D.Y no-- :corner. .and tbr ien W"ou, canAgricuUuriag.. II I is made from inferior cocoons, and is will impress upon him the f In I)-put ill) !1: hUh 1ext f'1'1 I line of ;b: : ':)r; ;al11 Hon's. con- .saidlandv1Z continuOUs residence upon--, Tu. ..iJAiissc.Btsci b

.AremnrL SparkftJ. '. t "OT. \; I more loosely and twisted. would :. .j i Ul l[ usual, Wl.t''I. ttrtyjlIr 4 1 I!i haU! 0:11: r.tZOS rcpain'l..J : !
- '1 :. D. Wau:61Jamsoq. .- ion Nots !I made spun Floss is 4 cows :;:.,.1 Ti I on., W11 \v. flICKS, t r the.b i
if.. i& ounds of the loose ; : JoasWmmz.of
silk ;: :
tii '
: very carded
and : I that our t :
-i1 0. I "
CitY-AtlorneY-J Wi. ia narrower, but not ...iirr: : : :: : : !Oud \ I I' :. FL.\. EDWISN.PU&1. .
e : hJ T. : at f j like cotton or wool. ..".:.. ... : : ; t < \Ua :. ,Gar 'me
tprctJlJ Time spu\ 1 'ivmnJ.S
rmcD-.rOhD.C..Bo. ll ; I (
Fvwesl, L : 01 .r ,
S AJvare. D.j -: -o. '' 'd I ta.Vle i Among sllk-wornY 1. t n :: ...:..:....;.....:.......,:.. 1t '1... I ) s I s.cNov..5Cw i
$ .

-- ---- n n..., b 4- l'' noticeable for their strongest :.;;....;. .;.....::......\. ,u.. ',". Brwn nl\Yl i ih-I' T "HEiitERi STaBLE toA.. .
,! I -- 'Mt trimmings. : : I Iin .:.t{: } ::'::%\ .V. lot t T\l ,by.: arll l.y S I !. I I' __i____ '. .
It i& .
" "l, :HE Waterbita crop. 'f.. ) j France 1tal4t rope church l'f I ...........:.';.\ 101'1: 1 f "
T. Cotter \
ill 1)2 I
} : almost i t :de' ; the : ;: \\ \ 1 Hme wtt.k tbew .v. : itzit 11) 1-: ____________ inuescri
l tDpl for the 1 ti&rday & I I, ..'
W I,'IC I I, : : S U""I ; .. :4. miled by W11crl tL... set iotr por- l'f..d are preferred sometimes enve l.a\.1' ii"V" .:) ',': Apply Dtll into nCR nostri. jngcaiamiy Sif
ItS. have been accepted hy different of you have SIVO? 7of
: I 1 ( le e ?fawn grss'rIic'14.4 ses: and ;limtiin lirope generally. degrees they possess I \ J3'pr'I..2GrI lcb Sr.N.Y. these ,
iyUlptOS 7
: Ialjs the lamo 'Y ,' t -of couIc .tl] ings u-'n=q. t.-.y J' wIth great success the rapidity with which their essential that most common

J- wiflbecomIjnIn.t, exe wmtt are nown t 4: < Pyrean, Cevennes, oils are cvaporatet by heat. For instance Bilious Dyspepeli,or
: thgtn. g. : I ai' : Adrian- of the horseradish with Dyspep 1a. or
Yar, n se ( pungent -
1 i xhbi11o V 11 toumelan oi
1 with; your
satn is volatile in THYSELFIP
'r i'.T ople) so to escape a -E KNOW greater the number

: ._ma S fal I Ben. F. Peixottol ex-United States short time by exposing the crushed tnL.l&I'En by the PEABODY MEnl'- toma No matter wWDi
S-: -. Cotter is a .. ,:ht is 'predicted- Consul at Lyons, France, says: "Haw radish to the air; the poisonous oil of the (:A1a n & TITI'. :, ho.S KtIIfih1ioon.IIau. r.,; will Pierce's subdue It iftions
: WM.: I'A R
- oL- I skill is oln 'fahonabl. I (reeled) silk, that ito say, silk as reeled wild parsnip and of ivy escape while the S tGU I'' phvsk-ian. ) I.than KYH. ll.I.> for a reasonable
; '. for offensive oil is 4 oI. ats Upon S"rVOI..ln' aa DebU cured, complicationation
t_ : n many from the cocoon and imported for: the foliage i. withering; an I'r "hna
t are now ( I.____ _' dis- clover which affects butter Unfavorably IL NMIUI I SAZIEL.iro\ : iCCIID0.& e E.hanud of Ih, ,,the Impsre-I,tnH ofthe LUnn.SkleRheumatism.
L f: The.speci11e ;cgenerally I use of our silk rnJAs is really a manu- green LOADERS 1:01 al. 1111.. 10 Kimalad1es
t3 ftC
I IIECI m .pare.
\ article article while it is so ',. .n .Itnt > al are quite
, I \fest"r\'ed IlL r factured moreover an I escape drying Cend 1'1' .u Ia.. r.1 i bin t.u.rui gui. \ 'arrnt.18CHOVERLIXO
L ) tCadttbip. whi-nds that the dry plrtnt makes'a Ih;14-. p'I'.ar m.111<1 pubIisIM In &,, or later induce a fatal
1 ? .- as though they, 4rnais: 'mb : the value uf very largely bter pro DAI.Y d OALJ naC. Pdonl"l ly m.ll.po.ttpaiJ. Dr. IlerCe'P Goeover
,4 .. i: cakes of ice. T1ie :'" .y.f ', e. of upon the erel.rtlscmehe! manufacturing duct than the green. aroma of _8i ad CO Cbl Stt.New Yo.C i In'"n 1ODl'(3.: '...,1;: a ptaln WI :r. lllvltrlreLA I actsthrough
i'S.S. ". the reiUe5t S 4 ","Ie I now. ; a' tb.t great
near the ccntte of a 2. 4 > process thnber the-h it has gone. turnips cahbage. onions, etc., are DY .HE Tu,1.I ; h.S'"IH.Ji)1 mot '. !'.1.. UC Adrtl _abY\ cleanses the of ipurtt1es
lhcn 1It."r. system
t : corn-
: : $
.. 'nre a bk.c thirty .DU1 s r \ reent your When cocoonl' ,l12-gathered from heavier and not entirely carried away by ll eeull\1. "..ft.rC."rip).. 10 ei tav"uwd I5, tW)1tv&t2 al Coon. SOIdICYS& Heirs. Send atsThp from wbSSTWI

*1 L I. I::\. twelve to fifteen mlles In, 18. 1ionbUtflubt do so I Eou.'b L the branches tLni. -n cocoons or drying. But hy heating the freshly to 88 a day. amplesicOrth '1.m. FEE Penslonso (lc'llar. COL L BING. I equally emcadoUA InI

'. I I. '5' feet in P1 S_a- y .jare sifted or drawn milk, even these oils can, in manyinstances 55 Wue uot uu.ier the horses tee., Wrie.. : Wahln. C I n1'. and other ixI
'i. "l. 300 deep places _____ X1r, g\'eu. .:.,.: f sik. Wjr1n Srewstersstcty ado 1101,1.1\: Ilol, :T Latest BU7 strengthening,and
) be driven out.
' r awiIk wbtcliinClUUCS entirely HEU1AND: FIFTH WHEEL ,
" J. the ancient water lines On tb t l it .1 $:wperibTFcttWsEyeSalYe: Is ant CarrIage an appetizIng
i:. \I I t ,; ;:, bi1li. The fish found imI 1 a ; and pierced cocoons, -- GOLD but 1..10 at 2. box by dealers Ilir"'fwr.: II Eli: BRA S J('0." FpmDt o.pATENTSOb'e. digestion and anbotheeshand
! I : f ;- J:1)'crs of rock salt are dubtlet \ dr .. TWhen the dried cocoons )Farm and Garden Nots sm&.rnr he dike. Ad- this wonderful mcelebritt

S l."": ofyears oW. 1t 1S very uir to ten strands or tila- Lime is an admirable wood preserver. Gue.. ) PEiS10NSAn/Jrea'maY :'I.CD.. In curIng
ii.I :. .J Afterbe1ngexl.ae nl' Fever, Dumb Agui,
, is. : ff iun amI aIr for a day or two,, __ ; ; ilg coton. TheY' un or twisted into one Never bred a sow_ before.she is a year return Full Description' la Dr. Pleree'a G _
4 ; : ; : I i By mal. uorpniuv 51011 JG
CDr .
f' :. come as bard as wood. At, t ; about. S pound5.js reeled silk or e; I old. as 1 retards her growin.A F.a r!; 's ? "' & Press OPIUM to 20 dur.1o curedM.odl -.g-,WpY
; itl;: floss when car&dA':41 "t."siOOYCO.Ci'aciuati._ 0
Jason aldwin, now ,a hDwi iDgs are ge1ij sow raise better when from :'' Dr..6tepbeDa.1laDoDOho cUREs ALE

't/: : 1- .. i r Osbiston shaft in this c1ty,'wu S 1 .... ."ii'fnd E.r-pres., two to wi years old pig any other 0..L.L.L.L.L.L.1'4+'T''T''T''T''T''T''T'' ..;..z-. ": ..+{ ++++++++++ fr oni a commortorSt

.' ... :. : .'. tendent of the White PlaIns worb 1 L !: The 1110111 who bu invested Iron three A' We offer the man who wants service w Scrotula.caly .
L.. !; : for the tB live d"lh,1'S In a ltubber Coat (not style) a garment that wilt keep 8kts
anld. Bough
.:S found numbers of th se fish. 'n. .a Bind.t" age.It S or
..: great < r at his first half: hour' him dry In the hardest Btorm. U Is
; I .' '.. .S::: pit eight feet square and about ''." .4. & ; ''' 1f the cutest things in is said that milk taken from cows a Itorm IIn" Ie his e.orrtlw 1I0sW E T .called TOWEk'S FISh BRAND ca used by bed bloodwerfUj -
Inoa'1. .' / affected with tuberculosis will convey ha..y 1& "t.1t'r prlltt'ctlOn Ihall a SLICKER name famUiar every po
1.1 ; S .. ;; : feet deep dozens of them were OOU1"1 ,. '. '( C' hat has yet appeare d, quito "riling. ii.t only frels \ Cow.boysllovertheland. With them
near if to human
: .: !;: there being sometimes tive or six COSte 4.o. .f: S. Crossman: of New consumption applied being.A at bellll so bliy t."ten In. but Ieo. the enJy.perfect Wind'nd Waterproof It-i bepig Inaence.sted .
( bir'3
( 4Cii: Ic1 I I' be.ws nut iNk krysipelas
.. iteUc remarks $ exactlyPke H E N Coat 1 Is 'nwer'lI Fish_ rand tlUcker. fe its pot5eu
S ,,;.: bnuch. It was found that they could .9" 4 4'o' ing up one of the new contemporary : Ask'.rlhe- -Y1' 1111:1.\D- -.-SUrrtK'- E ,Both
/ and take no nthcr..Ifycnr storekeeper
- L\ '. : even be catch but they wete not very I sl\e.r, brnz ..t ; / ;'b "signed for the use of the farmers wait too long before cutting hay, II'M""t i.vP the Ft'ln"RUt,e"d(.rdeeriptivec&ta1otmUe. A.J.TOWEL2O Simmons.8oIIon Mass. zi lous Sores and

4 iL :,:" palatable, and it was necessary to soak b forth 10 4 o A 4o(. I d raised-figure watches and to strike it just right requires judg- _- ++it+ .++. + +*.I .i..i..L.L'T''T'T''T''T''T''T'.L.L..L.L.L+**_ "White Swellln5 Gi&n'Int.amN %'
Lt I rr. .. them in fresh water for hvo or three days dresy cost1 /0 a .t c':4t: :r r.r the blind were meat and exrcrience." I = a for a IarPlates.

S .. before attempting to cook them.-Vir- ted/ 44
L5tI I :::J > ginia (Net') EnteTpriu. 'I the coming wls4 I.' 4 7 .oDrludy bas laqing them. In this he does no more, should keel his kitchengarden I f a Treat on

&:-- : L : more atentloa4t / UntY. .ti! peg is set in the center free from weeds. He should never FORTHEBThoroughlY
ofo/f q co
C" ,
I : 1 -.. What Locomotive Whistles Mean. bl lack ve bodi4 .l(444 y 1 da VillianiS, if When the hour hand is permit any to ripen their seed. Golden IIIedI cIenhi5*IIgestion It

'.. ; : : t rains over cOi a0. s. wcek visits' a certain hour the for U .
.l L peg The Germantown Telegraph : On S fairSkIS.
Y- ': . .. \;::: One long blast of the whistle is a sig- white moire br 6.< l me Th t. Irops when the quarter before account of the contained ammonia says 8 I' ds trengthandbOdU7CONS

; : .. .;. ...;. <.'. ...., .. nat for approaching stations, railroad e veningIn f a b. '' it i !men a4 The person feels the peg is good way to dispose of old boots is to I .

iIJ. : :., .,:;: crossings and junctions. costume j-or74:Co those for hen counts back to twelve 'bury them at the footof an apple-tree." .
: t. short blast the whistle .i 1 Is which Is scroful*
One of is
a signal b m' the, time within few
est vest a
wear of lace
.. 4 ofteJb. tel Do not allow mUch cows to become $ I ( snd cured by thiS
; to apply the brakes-stop. of ind'j of sash by practice he can become .t el elt of the
crepe stages
their l1\it
worried. If they are milk will \
i Two blasts of the guu pry
:: .. long whltle are a silk or the n 'W. sides a-to tel 1 thc time almost ex- and I// velous power over
; loon sour OffertflLthedy
to throw off the brakes. when first
I1 .
; of the skirt been in about six
.s arc frequently trimmed with' 5a use t Dr.of
?. _.. .".1': \ I I. .. :- Two short blasts of the whistle are an r ibbon, or braid, or faced with contrasting D tr.e, there is a steady and grow- Infants diarrh using it will stiffer from colic, I ) calling to the public It his 'O

:, ; answer to the conductor's signal to d for them." a, etc. I abandoned thst u1tSa
: stop i material e
S I I . .. to produce the effect of which, 1rtbination
r-- L : ;. atthe next station.q ,- In using tarred paper for rfofs con..ideration medidne

.. ".., .) .-. Three Ion blasts of the whistle are a panels _ :il;,Iss Glaciers Growing Again. I gi must b given to the fact that : blood.CieaDS of tonic,oror

; t. .":.. signal that tie train has parted. A Spider's Fatal Mistake. mformaby to the laws of adva'ce unless paper be scurely fastened so that )1U'I' nutritive prOP'as
: : :. : the wind will under it the roof a reme4'r for
1 Three short blasts of the whistle when not get of
and retreat of it is said those in ) Di ueUe
A amaH glaciers, ChronIc
had his
iO, garden
: spider
:frr. :. : :" ; J ,.: the train i is standing are a signal that the web in a where a spun the valley of Chamounix, Switzerland. -w ill be easily destroyed during the prevalence N

,'", : ..'.. : 1:. .. : train wIll back. corer perpendicular to advance. of 8 high wind. Paper roofs are -
column now beginning .
:.1 1. S '. .: ..' Three short blasts of the whistle when from the and a horizntl hidden rail met crack, and ar l lower extreMity of the Glacier des Bosons Thee- ecelent if only they b properly put on. "

,. ." .1.: Z ..:. .. the traiu is running are a signal to be awaited his abush A handsome s is "not more than 3,000 feet above Sir J. n. Lawes says: We have certain ness For of Weak Breath Lun, Chrochitis -

1oI- ""'. ..... 2 r< :' .t. 'gh'en hy passenger tmins, when dIsplay. yellow dipterous that prey. the \}a of the sea," and is going still evidence that- gypsum, which is I /. Asthma, Seve.
,r 1 I : -'.:; :: .. .'. ; '. jngt ignal for a following train. to call graceful wasp trap passing and made for way it.espied i :'During the last three this p resent in large quantities in soluble "- -- affections, it is an CIII.gg at.
: : year
w :: v.I .1 : I. the attention of traIDs they meet ur pass Setting hosphates, has a beneficial effect 1 (
i t ..... .. : his feet lightly on two or three themeshes I I \trmity has "avanced at the p very ,
: : the -
: ... :.::- : '.' to signals he i f fifty yards a year. is upon clover, though the super-phosphate \ Send ten cents in
.t' .,, I tt: Fonrioug blasts of the whistle are a starte.up a.great buzzing sid h ad not 'been book on Consumpti9- -
r which shook ( cut out of the ice in May, applied to the
I grotto directy
from end
'. to .a
T3 .: _. ; : .' signal to call in the fla man. emf lover but to the ) Ws1d's
c Oispsaq
The watchful out I ; quarter of a mile from the ex- root years preionly. :
a _
-" =:: _
I ; : spider'rn i J
:," Four short blasts of the whistle are the lte ." -
.. stretched forth delicate foot I- ha moved down more than 663 Itlalu SI, '
4 a
,. ( mk 1 ,
b. ."- :: engineer's can for signals from switch.rl If the 'earth turn
after thplow
"s. other lumpy
'. of.the of the .\ Alpine glaciers, up I -
lure lotion flj
," e .. men, watchmen and trainmen. and hen rushed for it, suppse the F ,_,nch cannot be so definitely -roll and harrow it reasonably fne DO!
obsre W. L.
Ef:.- t'. ,.f : Two long, followed by two short with and no doubt aPe known to be increasing in at Qtce, without waiting for rain. I
a jump
.: l .. blasts of the whistle wasp gleeful .
i : for
are signal
; : approaching height, it will require of the I l ight .sower. which would not moisteihard *
.. .. road a grin of hideous triumph. But )Ir. many year SHOE:
crossing at grade. ii .. $3
will render I.
"before lulnps small fit
.- ". -, : Five short blasts of the whistle are Spider had reckoned without his host. present speed they occupy ones tmoulderfl.ne -
I ,. a Like flash of the six ground which within the of aC ashes. It.is hard to over The 53 SEtl1
.. : a memory .. only
,. : .-,oO : :': .,.-4:.,; : signal to the flagman to go back and pro. nimble lghtning him wap's the living persons they once covered.- estimate the importance of fining land .__ : :: S.- : Shoe in the world.PInit ..,-

.; :'O. ".". :; .. I. teet the rear of..the tuin. upon gracefiti which is to be with 5- Cat. pt'rfect flt,
.. .. body bent nearly double, and once, Rlee Herald. sown any cere Ll amated. t.'onfCrt'55.Vet
1 .. : : A succession of short blasts of the
.' twice thrice and The kind of sheep to ,, IIId Lace,all tyIca toeAS.
k "\ -. : ..whistle is an alarm for persons or cattle agaIn again, the shaip keep depends on tyl1s and durabl IS..
' _' l I oO'.. .:.1- :. 'on the track, and calls the attention of sting piere the luckless spider. As his A Docor'.oke the soil and pasturaget The Southdown: tbOle costlnll nOUGLAS s or $+vW"
.. L.
9 The is the best to with native
and celebrated that
. S :: : trainmen to danger ahead.-RaciM grew fainter finally ceased, French Ri- cross ewe .50 SHOE nees!

q : .. ... ) ,. C, ('WiI.) Journal the waip, with -a spring, disentangled cord, was one day walking along the are made to forage a great portion of the JOHN the $3 Sh..11 advCTtisedby -
:. :. himself from the silken net and bore boulevards in Paris-'when he met an old time. Merinos do better in large flock.3 ANDERSON, fY 10. other

. 'J' ,: away his spider victim in triumph. gentleman who was very but who than do the heavy mutton sheep. Heavy .. "tln\

; r .1-.r. His Woe.OJ was at the same time rc his ex- breeds cannot range a easily a the smal John Anderson my jo John Ah! many a quarrel then .

: Said the mother: "The earth is sunny, Postal Peularites treme stinginess The old man, who was sheep. and therefore require more When first I was your wife. John,
if % t t AU nature is blithe and glad! atcn. Had you and I thegither theW.L.IIIf
)&; S. OJ : .. And you my son are looking Ungallant Nebraskans, says the Spring somewhat' of a hypochondriac, imagined tion. Using the improved for On every washing day. John. Dut now aU that is Bn your all dealer wear dnea"keel' 1

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'. U.. ; ,' Poatoffice "Old Maid," but the from Ricr without paying for it. food must b given fucress isexpectes I. We'll neveili'ave. anither ;
& IIYy soul is stricken with anguish Postofce It made you cross to (Mercbaflt OU11)t
tR. I "_-2" FIG not my elf to-day: I Department sensibly suelched a feeling very poorly." Te young shorthorn breeder who wi Ii Joh For washed with IvORY SOAP, John,

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4. 'p 1' .:f '.;J .' I fly from ai that's The chang the name of Rattenake stomach doctor. that's bat .: purity with' the best sires wi attain a I washed them with our home-mde soap, And now I smile on washing snow, _

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\l ; e S Kansas City Tims, is a deserved Now put out your that I can I by the miscellane.us breeder of John AndersoIi; ixx-jo.
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-- k.1 -. -':' '. "My secret I'll unbo," to the able editor of the Topeka examine it closely. invalid did a I faic. The breeder who takes ; crcasInr. takIngIs5t' e b
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: -. J 4 > l "1 CILD't eat com off the cob mother I The proudranJsseldQi it gratefu k kmmend crowd, who supposed that he was ty ,:wl attain fae and fortune if bo they ARE. NOT, but like all countefeit;, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of;r DALMS'.L turubltl'-d BaliiaUoall

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