The Starke telegraph
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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 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: UF00086646:00041
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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rethan 15,000,000 1 HELPOI4E .ANOTHER. plant growths or quaint petrificationg or elbow of his other and ON PL
PM'ency arm, with a scream I .
Se cis, or an area"more. another snowflake gazing in dreamy enjoyment at the even of pain sank back. TEMPERANCE. NEWS :SUMMARY
SEt$4 : "Hejp one the said, The bono was Oa pe arl-life have we from the Crete and
PennyL.ndled .. o.&** Addled down in their fleecy bed ing star. To them there was no pleasure broken. whirl
each Starke WedaeMiay Fla. b .S r'}&y.IWof.'fcberewouldnotbetelt,; in listening to the weird, booming cry ofa When next he opened his eyes the Vision ot-Horsemen.Lift *. Eater sn ( Middle Stte. I Of a life fun of storm-

J. WIgWam. cordialinvii, ted t- of W here would quickly melt;. .jil hthawk, falling almost from the morning was growing red and golden up your eyes ye tainting su. ., TE Urge 8pra/ne; Baltic Mi buit of Of bnffetings with winds and tide-
jeD% Brothers U ""* dancing stars to utter his cry as he with the first rays of the rising sun.. Far And see the horsemen five stories ut height, ; fet f
g ..WaWrKissEportant r, m help you and you' help me., whirled to begin anew his ascent. off to the northeast the 'The Leader's chariot onward at Baltic, Conn.'woj totally wrecked by f I One pearl of perfect formRounded
\l.:...j en.what a big white drift well seel" storm cloud, now Followed by hosts rol the I miSs tints .
it is thataUTcrfeTts They could account for it in but one looking small and impotent, could be' Upon the mountain sides otermoinl Te'o- .i 11,5,0 i- i beauty, changeful ,

I# should be reclaimed by "Help one another," the maple spray way. He was lazy, they decided, and all seen. Presently the light, shining .on The legions form. sc TH.ME f 1.0. (f the'British ParliamentSir I A clear a priceless stone. \

'' Said to its fellow leaves one day: these were but subterfuges used in evad- the distant rain drops, threw a faint rainbow In fire and storm mmb ,..O. V. Morgan and A softer light it hath than other Kerns- 'Ii

i: "The sun.would tberme here alone, ing honest work.Misunderstood. upon the sky. .... The royal banner rides. Halley Stewart-who will present an international I Our soul's near polar star- _

Long enough ere the day is gone; The poem "Hiawatha" came' to the Oh have ye thought the years wei-e slow and arbitration memorial have arrived to the President Not brilliant,but it burns with steady flvuWIthcertainraysafr. .

0,000 people in this Hut I'll help You:and you-help me, Is there a sadder word in-4he English boy's thoughts, and, mechanically, he repeated -. To take the evil from ias. Coof. eW I ,

'. d part of whom are And. then. what a splendid shade there'll bel" language I question the existence of its the words: Tough ye have known from long ago. I, York CHARLES DICKERS, eldest son of the distin It shines with flame that deer not t winrl. .
LID.BOtt' during ,"Help equal. Saw the rainbow in the heavens, Te The mountains- prm pihc English TU.* 'ehs.t,has arrived in New _" flares not storm; .
are Ad i le's
one.anot.her, the dewdrop cried, Only brusque, kindly Dr. Griggs with In the eastern sky the rainbow York He will i'-ad selections from his The
.UBcoTT. Vice-Tay for the Lookupandsee! waves that fret most other
edia. Seeing another drop clow to its his quaint Hoosier dialect lte
side; and keen in- Whispered "What is that, Nokomisr The free work -
ue'erq.. r. Of those who 'This warpTsonth breeze would drive me sight into human nature, undefstood and And the good Nokomis answered: brv ad hive. C THE Company,cf Provi Change not it tint nor form.. ... ..

LI J{ ( ) ;* cheat, nor lie, aWfY, -: : justly estimated the lad and his capabilities. "All'Tis the the heaven the of flowers you see there; a wel-fe. denc.Natollihbr upwards of W'-I This pearl shines like a star' on onr oarafe' ': .

*thej [MjT..tige of their neigh- And I should be gone ere noon to-day; He listened to Paul's little fanciful When on lilies'pf earth they prairie.fade and perish, The vision chge lo,it seems 0. As t moon moves the sea 1
:No fires the Blue Mountain
oa'rter, no notice is taken, And JUThelp you and you help me, theories, lent him an occasional book and Blossom in that heaven ahove us." It is no more picture of our ; in FORT Penvlvaia.h ve been devastating valu It draw currents of our anxious heart

r.ttack& made.' It is only" And .Wll make a brook and run to sea." smoothed as much as possible his rough When the searching party fonnd him The battle front is drt tb lmh. -. Softly but constanty. _

ne.LJj. pt, none pathway.The he was unconscious Dr. It is the Leader's shout! A GLOUCESTER. (. schooner's captain And s we bless the storm whose strength!
Griggs fn
mercantile cheats and liars "Help one another a grain of sand glowing sun seemed to stand stock raised him in his The ohange is made reports having !& with a Fnnch"fishIng broughtup 45-
Said to another grain just at hand still and concentrate all the of itsIaysupon strong arms. The raid on the Grand '
: waterlogged
The honest financier power pple's sloop Bank .
hand this
Ihear. "Jest like the boy Joe muttered. pearl-
"The wind may carry me over the sea Paul's head. The of the racied fo's redoubt. He be her,ran-1. found ten men A
song We Patience the storm had not
lerchant has no history, butjjjhose "He hain't wuth his salt. Now yer'sthe in i .
And then O, what will become of me? mocking bird ceased, and, with many doctor's bill to Do. ye still ask who is for ul? cbi Raged with its long mad
opinions are Bat come, brother quaint flirts of his long slender tail the pay. The air the A LKOC :,tf X) shoemakers Iia3 taken whL
j my give me your hand, Dr. withdrew the revels ; Adelaide Stout, in .
iing, i c L' not thought a We'll build a mountain and there we'll songster glad to escape the heat, flew that Griggs{the hand of the unconsciouslad gleamingstone .Hear ye the royal syllabus place i Phel business fia. \
A the
Jehovah's word is ken section of H-rlwr.
sp -
stand." away to the cool shade of the bushes that nR
still clutched. The curse of ChristendomMust N. destroyed Jpifjperty valued at $-OO.
el'tLoW 1; -Chambe r*' Journal.MISUNDERSTOOD. bend bent over the half dry water-hole in the "This will more than pay the bills uv feel his ire, PITH AND POINT. .
of the creek.
c I I.'till. Peter McIntyre was severelya doctors In storm and fire ;
forty plumb from now till next Sotrth and "Went. _
., The sun was just dropping from sight The evil must succumb.
fire at Central Park, SanT5"e. behind the 'ground hog day,' he said. "It is a THERE are mere tba fifty cases of yellow I
distant -
mound when Joe Game cooked rifle ought
101ADAC fever at Fl'u on a range tl
his feet healed Mauler fine opal. In prayers and in vows and votes, Tap
>urns on tired angry and unreasonable, songs suit an old hunter.- .
Joe was.the picture of elation all the The nation joins its forces; CIARL EDv\IIDS (colorcdi. wa" hanged .
ugh, but the flesh on his returned, and, with a final pop of the way to the house.A The mist beyond the mountain floats at Clarksville, J VL, for the murder of William Killing unclaimed doys by electricity

,nd arm was so scorched BY THOMAS P. MOnGAN."What's blacksnake whip upon "Dol" and"Tyler's" man met them at the gate. The horsemen see and horses! Echols (white" is justly described as a shocking pros
Bniocun.- lean sides, drove into the sta Come up ye States! behold STEPHEN RAWSOY, the millionaire: Pr- .
ootrthiit of the inary process of nature was in- that yer readin', Paul yard. "Mr. Mauler" he said, I have changedmy Our captain leads, dent of the Union Trust Company, tf I -Li.

, restote it to its former condi- 'Longfellow." Everything seemed to have conspired mind and will take the farm at the The victory speeds, Chicago, was shot five times and mortally I man who seldom travels always .
"Which feller?" stars of wounded while of Ha for it two double .
against the of Joe's and figure you named Bring up your gold coining out (hurlh makes up occupying
rtu.t.onRt the evenness
determined temper ,
by physi- _
as n
Pod in ie "Longfellow's 'Hiawathar' he "Take nuthin'l" muttered Joe scorn- .was his eighteen-y !- seats.-Hotel Mail. ,
tbiu Jli ft skin taken from other was almost ready to explode with There's panic in the Rum-Lord's halls, ; e, and domestic trouble was thee ..
peo- "Wl! who fully. "This hain't fef sale fer should :
was and place that
Longfellow what
tcmaeh. oirefiptr& wrath. Ever since the drought beganhe yer Though wild with drunken laughter; : crime, Mrs. Rawson hivinj The preacher tell you you
!e exposed surface, and thus was his Hia-what yer call hit?"' had been on the lookout for a buyerfor no money." A finger writes upon the walls: 01 lei husband. marry for love, yet he often marries

? cure. Six weeks ago the "He was a poet, and 'Hiawatha' was his place which he intended to dispose The faintly breathing boy was laid on Wait ye what cometh after; ; t' n.luc the funeral Executive for money.-Boston Gazette. .

a ft if as begun and since then over his greatest poem. Listen to this: of, and with the money thus obtained the bed. Before his palace doors, Board of the Knights of Labor from Somebody says the age of the coal
,. '' Behold with dread
BUTn1Ti&tt don't he to Doc? Joe seven five meniL.'rs to u bitter
y'M PLLi of akin have been fastened on 'Of the beasts he learned the language return to "Injianny." Then after asked"Why come He hears the tad in t General Assembly lei at t bt dealer is the tonnage. Some folks think ;

ampd d Learned their names and all their secrets, Joe was sure he had the buyer "hooked"the fretfully."lie Of coming conquerors.The The majority W,T'; charged )1lneaplis it's the shortage.-Boston .Bulletin. i'
5010 by. i Jt wiy be seven weeks beforet How the beavers build their lodges, latter backed: out and left Joe with is badly injured; internally. I'm get rid of MIT.!>>rry and Bailey woof the Cardinal Newman a, '. .'

ona.treet.. Net fl shall have been attached Where the squirrels hid their acorns, the farm still on his hands. afeared" Dr. Griggs answered his usu- heights are full of armies swt. members. In the uproar which followed a inflicts says ent1ew i

, How the reindeer rap so swiftly "Wai hit that lazier ally jolly face grave and anxious. And prayer is breathing ; motion to adjourn was carried. Kwfssiou one wh never Ts .
removed. 'pears yergittin'
JtADWTue dages Why.:the rabbit' was so timid Oh, I reckon not," answered Joe care- Wait ye and see the dkne lift, from the Order v/as talked of by some members. -i the dentists.-Oa l. :
Talked with them whene'er he met them every day, he said to Paul as he joinedthe After the the in .
lessly. "He allers took things too to bolt thuder "Where are biggest sponges
them Hiawatha's brothers.' lad in the cornfield. "'Member whatI easy .
k of the French Academy of be hurt much." Shall away i scorn THREE hunllrl citizens. start in pursuit world found?" asks a correspondent.They .
said w'en I left? Wal I it. I'll Our
meant gilded ,
"Ain't that kinder beat tifuH" of a gang who the Hev. thrones and .
eclares that "the United Statesre Suddenly Paul opened his He And then rehearse are found occupying
T "Beautiful I huh!I" learn ye to- eyes. Thomas P. Ryan, a Methodist minister, near .
snorted the
: other. "Meebly: '* In song a land new-born. Walton W. Va.' The robbers found in tree lunch tables.-Stftings.
it of s"Iir.1 were
than any other region of "Why, the blame don't But is useless to chronicle the rest
thing even the tirade of abuse he bestowed the :'When on earth they fade an' perish." Dicight Williams, in th Voice. a forfel house. The result of a 11ht was An article on the education of the
with the conditions most Then he upon
rhyme added
"Wai) I of'one robber, the capturing attention.
you shooting blind is attracting great :
development of de. jest let Longfellow rest and hustle out to I weary boy. lie grasjwl tbo. ad by the "Longfeller I reckon, muttered Joe A Costly Revenue.In and lynching of another, and the woundingof article tells how a blind I .
t. the sod corn. The collar and_ jv amptgeven withll""i "Blossom in that heaven above. zs." five of the citizens. the may
"e." M. Faye's theory chinchbugs has eat speaking of the benefits of High not to slam and creak on a windy
hit till hit's Worthless '('('}It fer > I. .. _e ..Jer Dy cruelly whip. Then the faint voice stopped and the cotemporary remarks that, "Deide Lcn reduc ARIZONA'S population is stated in Governor taught .
ise storms is con' riryr Come stir yer stumps" lu.rfas manded ping Paul.After fluttering breathing ceased. lug the number of drinking plac in a Zulick's annual report t 0 UIUU. night, i is a masterpiece.We..A.

i the first few cuts of the black- marked degree, the increase revenue GOVERNOR Wf-si's report man is apt to feel very large and concentric -
.. ,,of the V the boy hesitated. "Sthmctu triflin'stumps "lie is dead, Dr.. Griggs said solemn- i annua etmate
+, n." an' snake whip the lad ceased to cry aloud; very great," claiming, furthermore, that the population of Uth :1.01. Vhenlhe people elect him Gov- :
1L: Fave h"I(1lc' git amongst tUi corn. Let. lYe the large cities of Nebraska the public are 2,000,000 all the Territory -L >-<.r-x rUiaven't living friend
but Joe in his did : kind >r- < a
Longfellow rest I tell > anger When: again they thought of the fire .
jfc schools the and the
J'l. TIt ye, come on!1" attributed are supported by re\"enue derive D11g lat year > ; rectiy half of the Govtats.&l-
notice this
-I Thus nonMied 1'aijFjaid the not ; or, if hcjjid 1 opal it could not be found. Probably from lcen VhiIe this latter $7,631,72 The \Jovernor opposes ther",

;:z::::=:._ -eukis..througn clock she'f >-/n antfefa'\ on .:of it to stubbornness %n jjjsjinued! the it had been lost on the way. No trace bears ipr t of trth the question ment of the Mormons fur Statehood.Mas. -, ', V<, : ..

..tfI:: ihe-v." !? .1.. la of Longfe' .' oems thaJKe Doctor copy had punishment till tired. * l he "I 'low- the one portion of a community for the at Mrs. Cleveland in St. <. \ read
fed from above. loane f ud with "Thar said oome uv did in the little shallow rave Joe Mauler .wi whasign '
onstanjly followed of And '
Kgb. his privilege elevating the other again .
'ranges are. due to t h..l.'t !lent father. yj? laziness is thrashed out o' ye. could never discover another opal. would not the money rr ended for drink i. ....... .7 ..fcr V \5.-J.: "-J.. the door

for Joe 1%. mler trampiff ftldward and When he released his hold on Paul'scollar Often in the cool of the even, a mock- more than pay the sco>* 4g expenses? We /,' .' .' \ ., ..0 .un f.' -A
he descending spirals. ajainsittions the lad fell to the withouta fail *t in the Wash1ng6jGENERAL .. ., 4'r -
Paul followed him oujVasU ground ing bird sings in a tree that shades a to see any dsly tesmanship :" ;, .' .
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the '
..... (' scrubby sound. act of tfyr create sufficient GREXLY, 'ChieLT8jg : u.; '>'b" .
licensing ;
t.. l of the grn. peach trees and the small grave. On the little white stone f :9 t '
'I. loWpersimmon bushto revenue for gfienta1 recommends that a be-mad I S.
"Stubborn! shammin'! muttered Joe
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---- "- the field oJ! od ."()tD. Just now it that Dr. Griggs erected is the one word: It is this very license .make the pur admnis pigeons i the srv tra. ,. ", :.: 1' ;:f..: .-" .4' ,
"Wal he can't : t
nest looked distressing yellow come no possum gameovjr "Paul."-New Yvrk Mercury. I tration of the government ve.Wet THE Treasury 1. : : ', 1 'f
and dis- Iopartnj .
in saloons is the
thing ,
opurageu, alth __ __.tne_. _. _and he- strode k7"t'TII_ n_"'i"1f. __,_.. "* __ Grove (Penn.) Independent.expns that United States attorneirf'* / .4 .v&.Jt.Sk i .. ''.'.
it .
: I time1 -- .
Dollar t in the g as '
a drinking place he year t house. s_''I>.J'JIII'-* t a T".I clerks b paid salurie, an- .. ": '.' :; '
,r any co i squalid but busy Polish dis- D S; ard with ought to have been climb. The sun*set and the cool prairie breeze }uuians! *>u TTrtu a-n '..i'i i .. Prohibition. abolishe -. ". ;:"it': l.J".. .

8, you in York. Its sign is arescntmentofJrcoin gigan c, season_ been amazing rapidity hade blew softly through the prone boy's hair. This thing of sending out a body of Mr. John < American stated that the fisheries Oovernnefl ., :: '! l"'f.;". 8 <. :,e"';
tect 1
i of Aoaar the dro propitious. As it wis Presently Paul awoke to the pain of the troops to fight Indians is all bosh, says Br s( i Alask .: '' -i
: Torpidl I [ th had been trr' 'i foreign { -
r Indigttf that seemed prolonged till it stripes and wales on his slender body.He Brockway Kinney: in the :St.: Louis Globe- DEAR SIRIS deV"lton .. ".

diaeaae h isly strive after, while speci- as if.the steely blue sky would 'rose weakly to his feet and staggered Democrat. They can see a company of that it would be e] 'r I .,.t.;.

'what r and dli eritable coin itself are to be httQ never again the yield the welcome rain. This wearily away from the direction of the soldiers miles away. then scatter and ; facture, sale and uKT ,aUj. L / :,,.

len MetAkt'1 Itan kto the floor and screwed given chinchbugs opportunity house. He came to the place where the hide and shoot wben'they can't be seen. I .cate...4....were_ abolshe ; t t .. \ ;> :. "t ? ..
to o
to the life from the U 6"' ..n l/l 1 "' '
sap "
a II corn, undisturbed land[ fell off two hundred feet downHicks's Young Captain Evans of Fort Phil could be done. .1 "uu' .' ". 'i :
tile lengtfci 1 of the beer pumps. In ale by rain which would have sent i 1.. .n .1 ;
is muldplT the stalks Bluff to the sluggish creek below. Kearney, knew how to fight the red- I. solution must depend"-- :
dn DiMMB illusive disks will pave toward maturity and tough- Close to the foot of a tall cottonwoodhe skins. I remember when Fort Scott was which may agree to s. ;, ', ; i,: 1 ..'
' Tened them so that the little insects important, but will fo /
j various sank weak with and sick besieged. That was when the Fort was the t 4
articles pain
armor-plate dowp, S '
fableto*! could always, refuse tr:*> -, > V .
them. .
not injure '
Joe .
ital tcroM :The proprietor says that heayY cora-knife to handed the at heart. outward frontier post, 173 miles south hap I suppose you ul "..., ., .t >,1. .. **. ..V. :,::Mv ,; < . ..- 1--vI re .
olden irf Paul when they He lay for awhile looking up at the west of Kearney. Captain Evans volunteered seems to be with us, am.thataseveresystex". ."-' .. .; i. :, i 1 .; ;. '4 &. .
ullj upd of customers wear off the reached the sod. __ '! : .
stars that fast into to to the relief conditionthat : 7. -y. 'X' 1 1o be 1' i
, i iif were peeping sight, go on .. r. ,,. '
blood.aUWoSever i coins he will cheerfully re- uN ow. said he, "wade in. Git ten and there came to him a longing to be up he should be allowed absolute only remedy whichr/* -.. .'.. .'h". "r. ; ..,. ',".' ., ,., I "
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cumin i iamagcd pieces with others tan rows cut when an'I shocked by night, or I'll among those bright worlds and at rest. management of the expedition. Report may much reduce hope the of'j\ \;, ,..'. t.. ., !.' .". ._ ., ... T"1J" .., <. : "It may- be so; 1'-i. :

actlnjlretory of the mint. ye git back. Understand?" Then his thoughts turned toward his had it that Fort Scott was then surrounded drink is sold and -. '" 'I., ..t, } .'.." .f .< 'f':,/'"' "' ., 1., j-me* long and, perhaps, know .
"Yes sir .
Jealllljf tII I Paul answered, witha little father. lie shrank from the idea of by at least 2,000 Indi>ns. The which s many* ". ; .r. '"w" : t" .
in his 1'! ; /trf'J / tbawjL youkaow. ;
retire M gulp throat. meeting him again, and, full of the captain rigged out a dozen six mule government and at the s"t' "z- > ,-. ,. .- -1eIf soon p.e"'r
lion, thenlrth. Ltic ('atenist boy I ever seed heerd of the drink .. .1 i : '' q4, I ,ered and properly pr.Boston 4 ;1
or .
IBMdiclne policy as by thoughtQ.Joe would come presently wagons, with canvas covers arranged auz. J 4: .., : .4 i. .
tell ish the .'f' ,"
uv, muttered Joe ? : ; s
k* as he strode toward for him he climbed down the with overhead that the ,
Chinese and Japanese, is toiropeans searching ropes so source of mischr .: ,. .
v ?-
'ever and Ida IB*J and Americans only the house.: "Hit's next to plumb almost perpendicular face of the bluff toa curtains could be rolled up in an instant. vance of us on tiv\ \f-'..T.-' M 1. J" :." W'. i .< '' K''tiiEpZandP1lIs. :

oldenLL impossible to git work onto him. Don'tseem little cove-like indentation some ten Then he loaded his men into the wagons, moderate measu.,,:\:- < .- ; -3 :
I to instruct their own people.pan 'zactly lazy, but he'd ruther cess, and we mtiv .. A; .
moon feet below. There he reclined under the rolled down the curtains and started \' i- ; ,: of an Illinois regiment 1

no office of instructionled over book or a stone or a flower than to overhanging bank with naught but the with a rider on each mule. These were sowlythais the &y.c. v'v j) >:'.. :._.. _:_ ,' ,y.. I J A cp1aj and get some refresnmentne .

)tch, eltrkeua except in a temporary work at hones' labor an' see the hawgsan' pain of his stripes to disturb him. the only men in sight of the train, and cntinent temperance party lu,'. ''.' ".' :i.. day down in Alabama at a far house. .

however able and cattle an' corn a-growin' into money. I Soon it was so dark that the trees the captain gave the orders for no one and wish tr' : ; I' : consisted of an elderly .
foreigner hop :_
In, In Look at him, will ye?" he went on with along the creek below were but indistinct under cover to show himself until he pro. Very truly.v/':-:\ 1 1 The family the husband and father m\ '
cd he be. The I evidently
may Japanese rising wrath, addressing an imaginary masses of blackness. A star, brighterthan sounded the bugle as a signal for the ( ) Aj ... both widows, -
I wife and two daughters
:rloetRF. ota foreigner is in their navy hero. uI.ookathim :Moonin'away his its fellows, hidden from his sight curtains to be rolled up when the soldiers .' ,' e their' husbands having been killed in the

I curing 1 i have included the fact that time over Longfeller's what-ycr-call hit? by the projecting roof above him; gleamedin were to fire upon the enemy. When Profits of Whis!"J ",. f. Confederate army. The old lay wa aD -

)UnCl feigner is retained in any W'y first thing I know he'll moon his- the sluggish creek below like the light the train got in sight of Fort Scott the A representative of Oa \ :'' : ritai1isic- yet inclined to be and '. '
l1Ings.Go1re. self plumb into the crazy 'sylum. Wal, of some will-o'-the-wisp. the Indians came on them with a war Star has been investigate>j ,.. ": innld chaplain in conversation. r

18. t1 % epartment, college, school l, or I've stood hit jest as long as I'm a-goin' i Then, as he looked at the roof above whoop flourishing their bows and toma- whisky business. From aii3 r ,. "' '." . the "Chaplain do you reaUy
Treat cpartment of instruction, a to. He's got to hustle jest as well as the him, from which a great flake of small hawks. They were going to capture the for that 55 the cents distiller a gallon can, and makevy ;.. '_ I ."" : he : is ended, and there wlll ?._
r think the war 4 :
ofulousODl. er than is actually necessary. test uv us, an' if that thar corn hain't did stones and earth had dropped a few days train. Captain Evans let them come until of 90 cents brings the pricey .. .,:: C inlawfu haveab-! fishting and bloodshed?I" ,' .

scare manning their own dock w'en I git back I'll tan him right smart.That's before, it seemed as if a star was shining' they got within sure killing distance sells this,.after it has been Ai t. no more madam I think the war is now
/of "Yes .
f -
all!" through the dirt. As he moved slhtly) then his bugle sounded, and the next instant $3 to $6 or $7, acrngf o .: J sis returned her hear r; "there 4 &w

Disco by navy dispensing with for- Joe strode on in a very angry frame ofmind. it was shut out from him, only to reap- a volley of lead was poured into deed gallon and of whisky t about be over little, skirmishing yet, but the '. -
twenty a
). bucaith fast, as possible. The almost total failure of the pear when he resumed his former position. the redski9s. They never waited for a the gallon of whiskywhich1 drinks.vv.:S may is over." "

TI' t crops, owing to the drought and chinch- Look as he might, from only one place second shot but turned and fled as fastas eighty drinks at ten cents a dil_ ; r.qATH'', heavy"Bless fighting the Lord 1" said the old lady"

"a law in some of the States bugs, had not tended to improve his could he see it. their ponies would carry them, and to 5. In a fine grade of ol< V "how glad 1 am. Bless the '. ]

ihe L 5 the railroad companies to pone too even tt mpor. Hitching up old"Dol"aud "What do you reckon that is?" he that was the end of their siege of Fort one hundred and twentycot -r are only fou characters i Octave ferently. Chaplain, do you think the ." j
pay of a gallon of such Lord. &
emedl.d1se35. "Ty.'er: ," the gaunt horses, he asked of an imaginary auditor. Painfully Scott. "*neWPlay. .: But will come together
be {5 he would 1 c
?. r every person killed. vhen it isae started toward town. he ; ladies of Mwlison, V is., North ant eve love one .
lifting stone after stone, heaped drink one hundred and :a .*AL young and unity, and 0
is nov terrttill fault of the company. If a Left alone, Paul toiled slowly down them up directly beneath the spot where A Peculiar Law' of Motion. profit to the retailer $Wbil1 .,f .ganize'J a cornet band. again in peace they used, and do business .. : *]

;Pierce Jfcmm simply injured he may secure the field, cutting and shocking the the star-like point of light gleamed. A bal or stone dropped from the ceiling these figures it is not at ..iicniGAX has novelty in Wcjcleband.;. another ?as" : ..- '

$30,000. With such a law it stunted and prematurely soared sod corn. Finally when the pyramid had reachedthe railroad car while the train is in te tillers give and prohibition saloon-keepers a chance are Vt i5rned ) >*e.musicians play as they will rile. hURsonitfojjj together"Xo doubt ofthat. It maT be' some' *%& ,'

itt It was a heavy task that his father had set proper height, he mounted it and motion will fall in a direct line to the '1 also_mad,_ohiBifeXHEODORET s'n bin. the feeling occasioned : : ;'
m but f ., 4o
interests of the in of time
company, for the slight lad to execute. Ten rows balanced himself unsteadily on top. center of the floor, in accordance with i1 10 the plit t season orfhetra 1 {emoir "re ; ultmatell'die out, and I business a
tibdI04tqUmPt accident, to kill people rather would not seem much, but they stretched Slowly he raised himself erect. His extended the second law of motion, which says: Sled that _> ('/ 11.'X jK Kroiu'a that she recently-publishe made her ;debut a a thee: relations by of old, be resumed."' .
>I ly to injure them. It mightno away in "wabbly" lines clear across! the hand above his head fell but a "If there be two or more cause of mo- a fourth-(1 100 glasses lTJ-fcr Wonths-old f child. "Bless the Lord a Hustand, do you '

corporation would be so "eighty" and represented several milesof fraction of an inch short. lIe stretched tion taking place in two different right ,rage and all-" A keg nevfcosttrer 1 SARAn nvnvHARDT ha written a play hear that? Girls. do you hear it Oh. r _j

rows. himself up on tiptoe and could just lines, whether inherent in the body or e more than sixty cnts and I called "The Prn" It is said t b ful of brgLt heart i IS glad! 1 feated such would :
this '
, conscience as to allow The sun poured down its fiercest rays. touch it. external to it, these effects do not interfere Sow forty cents. sharp satire,and i-olislie-l li10ge. I my the Bless the Lord! . *

_ueace them, but at one rail. The heat rose again from the earth in He clutched around the shining spot nor does either diminish or augmentthe Jer2 per keg, a profit for of f.0. '; pitI Father of Six Moneys; or, the never be case again.know there has ben "-.- ,, B .
i at five "TiE Chaplain, you .
*.r an employer was heard, to wavering sheets making the distant objects and dug his fingers in the earth. The. effect of the other. In other words, ise1f gla., bide cnt fI.4 brewers Prophet of renon" is the nniu ii "the" KgS \ But. war, lots of blood ha :" :. ..- ,

itoodbeside the broken cars: seem as if perpetually in the midst of a gem gleamed through his fingers like a when a force acts upon a body in motion, Th sO "* very Dopulur play now running | spNled and ill-feeling stirred up. Can .: 0' '.

'oJ ,.. 0 slow, eccentric war c1an<:e. Tic sunlight fiagment of living fire. the change of motion which it producesis inancial reasons why the brew- MexIco. Lawknce.TkarrPtfsFRAXK live as peaceably as formerly? .- '

t ,1 .th ..,. ts the company burned upon the head of thfe shrinkinglad As he strove to detach the luminous in the direction and proportioned to t saloonists also are ytr.ojwr?! > BASOS will star l r nd ': Uenzi" I we ever __,,_ 4.11 an. ChAnlanl! Can .: nO. 1 -..

l5tMe If'w ..ak. their legs the until it seemed as i if'lfp would sinkto spot the stone on.the apex of the heap the magnitude of the force which acts." bitOI-Natil Ten a, G |, plays thisseason.. ,"Frm-a*u\u"_d*n .A"imini-.- -r"organizing. Do such you a reaiiy ber' :. -- "-'.. '

knows how, much it will the earth from sheer e ustion. The Began to sway beb.*ath his unsteady feet. Those who move on a railroad at the a good supporting company. I "Yes thig m; 1 do believe so. 'Very ''.: .

A sharp, corkscrew-like rots of the wire Then, as he rqmde: one last effort, Paul rate of thirty miles an hour or forty-five ranee News and NotetsM I. MIss BESSIE CLE'\"ELA ( of the lead-- I the bitterneS5 of the war will pass t ,

I grass stuck through the overturned sod and thee yswayfng! stone toppled over. feet in a second, do not find *the relationin isand people in 't lug members of a Western OIc claIms opira company to son and friendly. sOCial and bUiness -.-'.. .
still far from Ja. ondition of and pricked his hare feet unmercifully. With the Jeaming gem clutched fast in which they stand to the objects in Fair, and atndanC-; : nOW playing in Ohio She citH. b away relations exist again between the sections. ...: ''

>i re all be and The peculiar disgusting stench that ,his,hand iQ fell from the stone leap and the carriage in any degree changed,by tem t C" a. niece of the Prtident lSgoloking There will be peace and,harmony from I '

might profitably arose from the chinchbugs half sickened 'over the edge of the cave floor. With a the velocity. The stone or ball, like the erland Ptsbyein, of N .,.. idhasaSWeetalte'vO1C.or of the f!theatniin Maine to Texas and from the Gulf to theTChe .

ployed, says a writer in the him and made his head wkirl dizzily.On wild cry he went headlong down the face I passengers, has a common motion onward says: f. <' N tb boards one English cep: noble :

', Henti.. Only one-third (34 a slender limb, almost at the top of the bluff and, rolling, tumbling, falling with and derived from the train;, and :h money for bad n isk' fcee i birth Chicago who hail i.a made young IllS youth iotewOi'tY tha bys old lady was overjoyed. She' '

centjfof our entire population of the tall cottonwood tree at the side of went over the precipice to lie a when let fall from the hand .it retains the 111'kii'kriflg nn inhtritne8 (,r mere' .I i and pared the Boor. '. '. :

the field a mocking bird swung and, senseless heap at the foot of a tall tree by that motion during its descent. .At the Press the -\ luUwr) in Kss than two years. arose hear that? Oh, bless the
ited States law of Yinneapli poisiness York "Do you '
arc now pursuing poured forth a bewildering flood of the dark, sluggish creek. commencement of its fall it would have icense for heavi- FOCt prominent clergymen n} in ew Lord: If it only dos happen, what a -.. .
upations, and less than one- melody.Off For hours he lay there bereft of sense the sped of the train in a horizontal di- story of the court have tale.l. aS a text girhard and Ilsfld's rr- thing it 'will b If the people I .
lodger cent.) of all the per. across the "eighty"just where the and almost of life. A swift Kansas gravity would act upon it in n noticed by visitors to the Whit forman: Eaton"Dr. Jekyl: 1 fer.inlyJo lr.Hyde r glorious of the South and only live to- .: c '

e s above ten of upland fell off twd hundred feet down thunderstorm came up and poured down I a vertical direction and it would fall as Mrs. Cleveland declines Ii Rev. hr. drama: 50 J it moral and trade each other again, .
country years given in her\ member any pwerf ether wt _____ 'T
In 1880 with a the rough face of Hicks's Bluff, stood adistorted its flood of water upon the white up- I though the car was without motion. If e social gatherings water as a effect" .__i j __ ""p._ as though nothing flat nappcuv'.i. 4 P
engaged. Apollinaris
blackberry tree. Somewherein turned face of the lad. The thunder the ball b dropped outside of the window ting sub SOCIAL. circles in wa-shflg1Uh1: <' Jut some more cathartic pillar

n of ,155,783, those engaged its misshapen top was a dolorous rain- pealed in one almost continuous roar and I of car, but onto the footboard' there are 50,000 prised at the report that 3Ii tthe':Spi'ague' :prague. can Chaplain get, some more of 'Jayne's pills?..I

ill occupations were as follows: crow. Just now his harsh. grating cry the lightning was like one bright last- i': tead of to the ground it will be found km drink, it i st one litre(eu\ daughter of Mrs. the Kate late Cha41 ChifJIthtiCe.Sa haven't had any for two year Bless the I
Iture......................7,670,493 floated to Paul, toiling on in the hot corn ing sheet, but Paul's wanderin senses that in accordance with the laws stated,, one and three quarter pints granddaughter P. is t me be debut 00 Lord for peace and Maynes pUsl'I
tonal and personal senice.4.074,238 dM not heed them. A great limb, torn it will fall in a direct vertical line the r day, and 10,0 who drink half mon the dramatic Cha stage abut i \ Chicago

1 transportation..1,810,256 field."The rain crow says it'll rain 'fore from the parent stem by a thunderbolt, same as the ball let fall inside the cr. ity. Miss ELEASOK EVKPFSTbum" ..is.ht!ot popu- Ldfe.- -

morning" he mused wearily. fell near him, but Paul stirred not. The ball dropped outside the car altogether fled)?. Secretary of the Iowa Sttet tar in I'hihalhi.15 amatu of and of pure
and the young \oman
acturing mechanical to 5 her the place ret
wondered by what Then the storm less in power and likewise falls in a direct vertical says in rgar circles. i.ju.tJLL tnsi I Home i
often grew from care,
pursuits...................3,837,112 People had and the ) Hu member of mu'i the hl3 Jgh) perfect enjoyment. It i the refuge
mischance in the distribution of children i presently passed away altogether line, but it has lost the onward motionof are 10,000 opium eaters good kanking r has named a all the tumults and turmoil -

..................... .......17.392.091dlers \r the gentle, dreaming, nature-loving!: lad only sounds to be heard were the distant the train and is left behind.-Brook' 't t 'There is abundant ran collection v0cC.of: songs A. JIic"Eal) 1) Evierest's A. trouble, life.and It is the one spot .where '
still had fallen to the lot of rough surly Joe i thunder and the soft tinkle of the drops Eagle. .g that the number of victims ; of ? themI '
in our country are llyn _ in her bO: r. affections game '
l&stthe ladopened Jar of that pure .
all about him. At .
often speculated as to falling ? he'
Mauler. gven.
and have to be cared for by They I his His whole body felt Not the Answer He Expected. of address seek. their chosn.Tetig
instead of course I I slve
Paul delighting eyes. a
what it that 1
was I womao's t
N. Y., lately I the fir'uty
ueers. These indicate in and and he wondered I cannot lug near Newburg, 0mpecember It is .
facts torn see place.
I in toil that made the crops and livestock I I broken made the state- 1; the eight month Unjtt'd 8tt hch .
should be loved : if bone in his anatomy was What there's in m uine W. Burgess i :P8 J. August 1, Ibi. tpP appellat.TrritorT t ma'ke ,this dwelling plae.
terms, that there i I grow into dollars about him, VI Ijiely: every To make you love me. love, said he; t while walking aong.W e street, I t :mr I' i too. -- she is mQther queen .s cheery, !
ore avenues where women I I to sit for hours dreaming and romancing : shattered.He Then answered she k. she saw this s let Supreme Cw.t n.l .
opened Stt of lovelY'as'shecan.
understand. raised his hand slowly, weakly. In ndow of a "For every ; r 7,3.5 .,. in most and ,
half de'i
did not candidly.That's rendered
book Quite
a they s .
Rdren] can, in pleasant and profi4.take ; over the stone like of liv- <*s in ten I will give as a. p r gehr ! .1 I It was more than they could see what I it gleamed a.spaik what my fndal say to meJstn othe bys- I OpiiO'I5 were Wt U I. .

j."tt,, rank as bread-winners. I pleasure he got from hunting beautiful ing fire He droveto raise himself onthe Courier, silverwatch. r : .

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.. .., I .. .. ST; VgCT,BRADFORD C'O\STY.'FI.ORIDA. _, On'1ilinII.. the Board lIme following P-'r '-. !
.. .. T 0 pA CO., rj Jljl I
-r --- '. persons wi-re nppointed trus'cesV.. M.Taralus. 1. I
: ..;. Ic.WErni. .: In accordant: e with 'i tl \.R., ,.: tVagons Made To'Order 1'hOIiIDA. Mattheu.,
G.Jt Talana.; M. II. Taratus, .1..1.1gistcr 1 ., 1.is RH ft- _
: '.. Edtorand : Ca -- Bii l lecrerhe
Proprl 'tor. B. most praiseworthy ciiMoin.mony ro -
to' ., rot', t."L ----.-. \Vm. Austra for School Xo. \4 ,de 0olj Will open )[..nr.IY) September ;. J8.S7, )1O.DtY

.. ;'i;''.'.. 'H b riptiontJl'icolfpald in advance 31, at IJf-risJcr's bridge'; '.J. M Tolar.!: with the P1ClaflmtlII\.tt( \ .'. ; Made To Ord.erJ. I and) oonliiiui 1 ten scholastic mot t lit, dl- same. bein

.... ...".1I: .*$1.5O it tret paid in advancn $:.OO. Each Arthur Btin.cy: aiu]'? W..* II Butch for ideal of the United Slutes. I, ?'nw.\lw i tPRRRY. Plows viell'll IIItm' :d.'all! Tci m of four months in otlt tI.ontoL.i cry to the

.4': ., vimlwtril will bo notified when his School No. .. Governor the State of ( and) a Spying Term of six month Starke hir- !
37 I'loridztj
.- "6iilseij n is out by a lar e cross after at Shnrwn. '< X5o HATES: of tuition. :2.0U, :3.00. and olI owingI __ ___
1 I his name, and if not ordered otherwise On motion of Mr. Knight it ordered do recommend I the observance 0 I Ii.hereby () arid desetrli
WtlS $4.00 !
'Repairing ot all kinds done neatly and: with dispatch per nioriti. payable; at the end of
/*.. the paper will bo promptly btoped when that $S be allowed for ultve at Clay Hill Thursday. thc 24 h day of November, each miH1h. Music. :::.uO per month. six sou Mfl g
p I.. ? !! BubsQrjplioJi expires.Jrhoit School No. present, as d.iy'of Thanksgiving and XO 'Ic- ut-tu'a m-idir for puidi ironi st't.I tog _
1 articles of public interestifll and :8 To School 9, at Little aiiy! .
I lw rct-eired with pe: ; tiroaiul published, Black Crcik. Praise to the Almighty! I iiler of the Universe t time of cf tel ing to end of term except for Itl.
r IIOKSE-SnOEING 1 BLAi (- )HTIIIXG vckne-ss 'leCl'GI)2ething ..
0 I but in writinj,write plainv! and make a for His protracted or by special agreement. .
ll goodness .
wn-5 "ifitvl/ t1t.it $2 73 be !paLi f Voiir _
: story as short as possible. People _.
r ( *lo not cafe.to read long winded arthles.Starkc. B-''
I On i',< :j-.i" jif Jr.! I'icklir, ihe wil.iiy: l"ji":i llul! I day I IcLthf-jVoj.lc of Floridasupnd Al! kinds of Iron and Wood Work solic corpitf ti aemer. -:the Print ipal} .is prep ired CODIS 'It 01 };iS;
to of Tit e ery advantage lo those de-
}'Ia Iu! ii
j ., Soy. Iflth 1887.Carrier of Bdlck| t 1'iifK -C'.o,1 n t.-j Iictto : ur-iiiiait lahlll'| ', alld! l ill .\XD BY
siring i\ tair>uurht and practical education ITXIJEfl[ VIRTUE oi
2;: t their pi..('LS of) public wor.-hip; ::1"11I111' and rt'llIlt'rl'I' _
l'cl'.I1tlh. at low .
a tsfc.InstrucMor. by I1
pigeon service is to be e>.lublUlicd
I f I I bctwccn: Key Wett and tli'e lialfaii On motion of )ir. GlKson it was UICCI''c! t their family altars or llicir ft-Mivc t bo'-.rds, If you want a Buggy, Wagon, Buckboard, Surrey, Phaeton, tlioroitgli. Fri'ress guaran Bra.trJ.lil'ill1r.l.l..nnty SmatfOf Jut/g-t 1oril'a.in' and lwlU fop

l lhat $. per month be give grateful praise for the divine gift' teet11 e4rlv* entrant and regular attendance l.ntCry. to tho bil''E SIHI 1 b. c b
z Islands. appropnated for Court House
)a u I Hie assistant teacher; in Green Cove School vouchsafed to us, and invokc a continuance or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a Band-wagon' informatlm|1siciiihi I. : .de-sim! For further b&t firs uettie:Uonlav in door J.ct'Inhtor.in the too-.D.or'
juldres : tliih
clay of
P The Aliicliua lhtpt i-t Association: willnuet I Xo. J5. and of God's blessings) upon our State I can supply your want on short notice. )I.LV. CLARK A. U. leg land IIJ, houta! of sale Raid the InODt&toll

in LccEburg% on Nova 25lli. and the The salary nf the colored school at country. -ea.MetI.JicIonKing to-wit: The to the (-(tate ot I -
KhifiJa Conference on Dec. Hili Green Cove Springs was raised to $73 Upon that da}', especially let those %v Principal.Aug. quarter[ (ni of rhe \"nOl'U1halfbt J.J,SOUth U
per whose homes ]have 6. '8?-IfOllANjiE. est quarter(h, or the nw
-- month. been blessed .with Carriage Manufacturing A Specialty. 't'lt qr.of the JO_ _
)h- The nut. of Jacksonville, takes: the health and abundance FCC tiOn qr.I.e -
I* i On motion of Mr. Knight itwas ordered remember with sympathetic ito'wD.hIIa. J'/\n"E' 24
pltfCe as Ilailnud at ( containing two hundred _
Agent MacC'cnny COLLEGE : _
by the Board that : prayers nnd generous charily: the crt y to be sold under
lakeside and
) School X> vk ilr. .McDonald
"removed Ellavtllc. or
to property
: < aiilicted smd the and to
.and Hi'cr's1i11: School X o. 33 be dhcontinned needy \ 8T..qUiE. FLOKIDA. Intt'lr Ia. Kf'lIy. decea.ed pay the
: IN rIsTIMONYVIIEItEOF I have AE MQITT choker payT7XDER for -Tm-
till titlrs.
: The excursion( rate from Chicago to ] further notice from I the Uuaid. J0Sp1SHEAIFF'SSA
f.*) _, -- -
se; hand and) : = = ,
It my cause to be affixed
Jacksonville lias"been fixed This was further ordered -
$ af $39. that sftiy -dll.ol! ...OPENS skpTEMHER 5th.
the Great Seal of 1887
the State
isu very cheap rate; it is less than Ijj running 30 per cent below the enrollment: at Tallahassee J .
t the Capital, thic seventh of November an c.nntinllt:1tl'rT Months, with vacation I
Cc'its 1\ mile; hall be stftpped] at once. jl day Chrijtmasiwick.TEAC'IJEPiS: __:
l A. U. 1837. and) of Fla'
the Independence Stark VIRTrnT
The'regulations of S. M, llendricks as -G. P. Younc. teacher of AXD BY S,
The S.inford Journal is itself again, tnistoc of School Xo. lo, and S. A.Unone,, of this United State!,the one hundred andtwelfthear. ] natural Scn; and the Xormil I Iepartfor d tioi(2cimnty.hsued State Otmt of the ;

that is, a six-column folio. It will' be to trustee of the school E. A. PEIJUY. ment. C. .I.I! ''lIton. A. 15., teacher: of 5th day of October. Aft1*
at and
JJlgiil WC'l'eaccepted. the Classics therein "
ford's interest to sustain: Dr. Harris I in By the ( GtJ\'ernor-Att; ONE THOUSAND MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN WANTED J Higher Matln-i.iaties, etc as plaintiff pending and betweea
Miss I. Ptarcc
17. teacher of Instrumental I against
his tffoits, to her .J Oil\ L. Cn.\WI-"OHD, Secretary of 1 fencfant. I OWL_ _
give a good : State.the
paper' motion, the Board adjourned till the and vocal MII: :'if and Calisthenics. at public sale befwtL* _
J- first Monday in Dec. 1SS7 .' --- --. to attend our Grand Opening on GOOD B:(Vii-Can: IK? had r.t t3 per *"";. In the eou.iJ2ri''
Atlanta "held another election on the of *lorida,
IU'ln. of Inter( t" Copied itolli week, payablecekly: ; wsiingand) ironing luring the iegj

prohibition\ Tuesday, the loth. Mass: J. F. GKIGKII. Stc'y. ( rC'11 'ote Spring;, Clay icHIUU', Wednesday NOVEMBER 16th, 1887. extra. : A.oiitlurtiiHt I). 1687, Momljy the! *<>t I

.mct'tings were held every night and were Pro JllI Sl.ail) !have: made their appearance in the IN THE NEW BRICK BUILDING TUI15ON PEi: MONTH.I in said county o? -
State c.f
( r <:<( ol the Hoard of recently occupied by Florida towit
.. addressed by the leading men of I'mfilatc. .- C'ouiiiyGULKX river. I Primary tfl..T.i'). Intermt'diate. HigheriJO. X V.Pt 5 : Th t
,, CoininI.p.joiicr MESSRS. : ColIfghti'.Sl. Instrumental Music icr j acres; raa cor.; S
RICH.ARDAND PACE where will displayedone
Kighty-cighl quails see .
COVE were bagged by live you ac res. irl.4
SPIUXOS. FI.A., ) use of instrument )1)) I''utg.11 tuitioc meac elioii fe 2dte3fn

The j; Sub Tropical) has received a. cargo Oct. 24h! 1SS7. f l hunters, iiear town on We ne1a.r.. of the largest and most varied stock of GENERAL payable) iw.nUdy, Initiation fee $1. rts-. nw cor,o(,,
Board of Over one million feet of timber County Commi-sioneis per 1(1' WMIOII section M
c mI
fare < -
(f exhibits from the Bahamas; Although I .' deeded b Job*
Fall VjlY
.orilP. in tran I veacd puisiiant to adjournment )lem- iLonth is hauled over the Ue&tcrn mil I way, MERCHANDISEever shown inBRADFORD to schoIaMii'dtinU'. pupils.! thuti feet of tos Sftt
) damaged bj stojm Primary s7; Intermidiate ? centixR
t9.00 _
and delivered Highert e of nforvtnentionetl _
hers at Green
and attractive present: )Ie!srs. FowterLce, {arter.Souter Cove. Lw nwie(*
sit. it will prove a unique ., ..c' CollegiaJM.: ginimiu % acrem
feature of the Exposition. and V<'geHiac'<. %;.?Minut'S t>f Mr.' AVm. Hendricks has in his yard a Free frrhool") bi-grns October 1st and is i iWS;: also;ssSSg

last meeting rea-1 an-1 appra( tf Augu-tine grapevine which has fiuited I COUMTY.I absolutely trjCf t'> county .pupils.) .

During the two wests ending Oct. 28th, T. J. Biannina;, Tax Assessor, Ltnm for the second time this! year. We will show a line of DRY I For cafal'gie: or partinilar-. apply to g"s"wr: place e iu r g b PS'

; Jjcw .York received from the port of Fem: ready and} prc.-ent with tax rolls of 1SS7. Kobins put in their appearance some cause your wives and daughters to rejoice in the great variety and 'i' .c.i ". ()"'".,'(;, title and ty k tcrst* bct

nuiftHna; 2,501,224 feet of yelhiw pine, helm The Board pn needed to examine and days; ago. They were pieccded( a few LOW PRICES: also a handsome, stock of LADIES, MEN'S AND) Jun ;. 1-611.- ---Jl'riiiclpal.-. on eiiuitab the loth, which lay the of .NovemberTil said

one-fourth <>f tile U.t.il amount received compare: the same; which rx.imhialinncousumed ; days by tc! killdee and as the advent of the lands and tenements o Lert Jnil1!
: ?) CHILDRENS SHOES at such extremely low prices that will 1 ee. l by reaso of :
in the metropolis, ana exceeding lime time of the Board from the' those hiids) Uenoics the coming of cold you B ||| [jSPp ? execute,!January a S7th.i'W.nMiS mortaSj

'._ e tic! :shipments from any oilier southern 24th! of Oct. to the 28th of suid month. weather, w: may'expect a cold, snap during realize at once the dawn of better times. J a '3:. a i I h J !lW unS'Jlo AS

' a porby1I73,6O2fcct.; The rolls being found correct theyere: i the month. Another very important feature will! be our display of all 1 iCITY I I r d dollars, by the sait- Levi ?

1 Tlie amount of money received by Revenue approved) Oct. 31st. Dr. Applegatc is having! the CKucndon(! grades of clothing at such reasonable prices thai you will 1 uf fears said after Owen date uueiiM.thereof uue with and interest ptp! s

Collector Price during October for? A contract to keep the ferry at mouth dressed up in a new coat of paint. Iron .feel like "shucking off" and wearing' a ncw suit home. I t'urclKUser tifteea per I'liyin cent for per title.auuum: In

t 1 licenses was $5,107.50 of which: $3,40S of I yc,Black'. .creek WIIS awarded to X. B. 4 t dormer trimmings windowsand now sin mount the the fashionable cupola and old We wish we had more space so that we could mention the nuuun I .::.0 H.\a. DiIs'lEI.: 1'ripei-ty poi. tud 1fKyw.nut by PlaintUTi.Hp -d 1

goes to the State and f.702.no to the coun Contract; lo build bridges across Yates Clarendon will \partially represent out- ,many other articles y\l] ;11 see when you come, but we can only OPEN {;4 t T ALL TIMES. Uot. 23, 1W7. -i-herutofBMKtftli
4? : There has been little ttouble E .
ty. very creek and Green's creek on new road I .1 ivardly what may be expected within its criiithat every departnmtr! be complete -- -- --

.'t in collecting. this tai: while in some* of from G. C. Springs to Starke, awarded to t I inviting portals.A SHD M Gail ST. JUST EAST NOTICE FOR PUJ1LK
countiisthere'is considerabledifficulty.rPalatka
. 4 : C. II. Sitzernnd C. Xorthup; also biidgeacross rather impertinent! otter has been seen ii LAso OFFICE AT G ,

News. :> -. tT7 Fewkes Mill cieck awarded.u .__. _s.'.Hnt.E_n.: everal times during the week at the foot Stand, Wednesday November 16th 1887. -1 Of:: KtllROAB.H Airywj Wtt. ,

,, fl.rn. WmL ; parties. of M m.. Edgcrton's dock. This aquaticquadiupcd I I constnttly kct-p ,tin! hind
'. 'There is an ;*R& ? L f Petition wis: presented asking the Board : ( ) would 1no'!:t one of the Meps I Bring your Sisters and your Cousins and your Aunts, and tell' i h imii't j.V f;the lUirr-uutt.f"'I'"IO"t; i. fur s.ilo.: .Iiat flake suit float proof in support notice of of li -

: tisii ; therc'.j' -' : to appropriate $1OOO to help citucns of leading into the wter and devour his latest your neighbors to do likewise, and see the grand display and Cjf\AJlfl'1 HOSI.S; : :; i-.r.tlwuise:ll.e the face hair.to XT arid TL'i Keceiter proof at wilt Uaiuesville.I bo wade be Flaa orks_ _

er. Clay County to make exhibits cll'tin-a Cml b or a fih-and then I .-iiiDwk 5u1m114r;, .. >lHY.DECE.11B1R 2Mk _
petratt at the SubTropical have a good time. :E tlll. Tr ''..kles and( .silieEk"T 1 'IJ Wm C. Ladd Kiujrsley. Fla S _
Exposition in Jacksonville, Fla. disappear beneath the water- to continue I ,. r t % .. it\C.\ HKT.itt lor the sw Sec1&fi
If you should happen to have any Eggs. Chickens Cotton fnl"n.c f>> 1:17.:11. llftuunesi the
01'1 A : following
and witneswti
Dn his Honesitantly
motion of E. D. Souter operations to his heart's content. I conFirstclass 'ontinuous
it was evolved :l I. residence
! r ll>'u ia upon and
thet**; thesum of $500 be appropriated fu1 The committee interested in getting up Hides, bring them with you and get the top of the market for : <4. H Vcsf..1 V.rcrnn'l1.flicKs >aid. land viz JAMES.BLtxCHIRDOf: c4.1 V

I 'rtttrpose. an u exhibit? of Clay county's agricultural I them.. I n'HKE.. }'i.\. JOHN WHITE.of King J

.. _., _j bent i and iudufctml KlMVIJi JJ. 1'ERBT. 1m
., certificates of pnrftiits at the
:--t al qr WatcrLod- -' LAJ 'Y? I W .h1led in Clay county scalps of were.three pics-nit wild i Exposition j I have: issued a circular totlio WE SHALL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU, TRADE OR NO TRADE, ,STIUr I : \ U\\EN\\ { ;r lE- % :,(v.3-C\" DAVID J.S.Sn.cox U. TL'CKEE of loi',, I

2 z1ost __e reward ordered paid. h iciidt-nts! ? of this coutity, soliciting I SO COME ONE, COMEI.S. --.. U. S.,I
wiiich. ia i da tioni- intions of various kinds _. l.1.1 -- -
its 1jqis o.> Shoii-e was ? to enable .
appointed( ? \ OTIUE
a cauet* '
pass the fn 3i. Z T" East r Florida Seminaiy.On. % :Iki' .llahl. <) y' or ti.1 e I ..'r $ ,p Jri 'j''j) A'I 8'r.\.1\LES. FUfiLIt_
:# 411e motion of E. DSouter it >.n rltb.jBltc t ion. Our peep. :. \ OFFICE AT GaiXEa cxIj

.' that the .< Ire known t JMPy ij tor the pii/c ring: i! Yours Very Respectfully' "r', ... ..- I \ : Oct. 29,18
Var, Milanese\ a ,jQToug .t a'Ilt.lIlrics of thcivarieties. : r! I otice is '.
. -- '] cijjjRY t. hereby given that
Sl'AJ3 \
ople) \ -' nml'C\
q'4 : fall. : 1f J settle" .
.. eluJm* |-e onlinary list o I I 3..1, .. .f N I In. b6inTeniiontomSMPlndf d n
.' BeziS F. jR rm'"f' '
4hat is I I.; TPeixot .o he much prized and 11I'I' n r.3 H3 PI .5 -C 6.sil1-. .. F '; .I I,
.ii "
: fasbionabitioa Consulreeled 1 l at v- < i : 13 Pi'It J f'I 1i""iI" r .1\,1.-1". .! }:; ,i 1D of his pw
l.- claim
I I : U B Y b "I and that sail
,.f : for I ( :I) 81 l AT'iJrV1ueamostcrc,!,,t- f Be t a f D 1) i i i1 :ib u I'pE;',. ..1r"X"'i h'' l' ".:'"! "; : -I made before the Kegister uJt|N] ______
msny !? ,
" from t]he ;.grIcultnral; ___ __ 4.C1J
ai cocoon and prolIne'our _. _____ Gainesville '
S ._ .
S :: :generally dia- = """-_ -- _, ._ .____ __ i1 :" : } !a., on :Dsr
k ,. .. 'j of silk mW '>'i'"in n : .1.J., .
a use ; ) L" compete? with } : .s-:1F.; >I 1:S7, viz: James
. ,. I wed 1n -- lcroIlL- any County Commissioner's Court. J. X. Johns; '>u. )killing I* wild t.C .:- ,:i< 1J.B1&ncJ1,
; cals ,
i 9 .r"
4g. facturcthe d article, e's&n-e quantify and C(C) = :t.'f '. "., ,_ Fla.: IIL\ Xo. i ;C8

. I. : : : .. u:1fl1: .: terns is iuch valupon ue of whit' rrhe -. quality of Nov. 7th, lt j.--The Board met at 10 (5V.. Douglas; killing I wild rat 300 _._ =,...::'.t Y.+:.--..e".., .,.:it.. 't.t fk ; "" jec 20 Tp 0 S R 2:>' El forfte"/! _

, .j urn '- ::" vepi d I t! ex'clc1--d. t. o'clock.n. ',.. Present LouisVitkovski, ). G. Garbrough, killing 1 wild cat 3 00 oJ.". .:. ..v.. ..:: t-. He names the following i -

9 q.i, U S : -I ing J JI ) (cess thl W. T. Green, guarding C. prove Ids continuous reside _
li. : 'bcra.vq meb Aflt -I When 3: W A 01 OX LETTER. .. V. Smith, John A. Andrews, ), Iv.Be.isly Miller 4 oO; 1immnout furnished at all cultivation of
the molbe8C.whom '. cocoo, :" B. __ __ P. II. Casen, r'gisteriug'oters 7th l..uri'dnj' or flight.Terms i %%'m land vtet__
1 C-
. was' born i in eZarntIIlfi the brs Inc.1 hes "i o..! : '',, I). C, Nov I', 18:37.i : and Geo. \\\ Clyatt, County Com District.! . . . . 1[ 20 Hc-.is.'mablc. {Jive us a trial. John Wmte.Lidd, of S. Kingsler,.)"' -

1830. Onlyow% n t1t t 'be'". .- tPohit C1(1efl i-:-- .' .4tf.. ) b v.LEGR.\PIl: missioners. The Chairman called t the A. Moitt I material and work about .AXDHEWH.f.YEHEZ: fl5v11 J. SilcosNor. loom. 5

-5-- years (,l.She ha W r fafiiS".t': -7' Wst I -- ssiona' Dis- I Iyallcti f"roQ) .t.< Q.F ifTtk: publie and private Hoard to order. jail . . .. . . 12:; 00 Starke FJ;.' EdwinZperr>''" ..

greataudchildrcMyf) .r" PKTak ,p-4 te" i vtf'P *$?'".11 the past week' has lwenr Minutes of !lust'meeting read and approved. A. Jloitt, material and wont about __ U- 5,-6\v S.. C. UCKEB, .

t o ib ouimi JHK| all other busiueto I*_ ;, % .*& <& divided between the scusa0' jail . . . . . 12.; 00 j S.
U .'
a license under V -S' .( *.', n..J._ ,. : \.[ V. S.nith
Do'not i,4otit lU, Whatever oW c--, .- --'--- '; :"U." .LI UUIJJg me last days of Co. Commissioner. 12 40

:\ _..-, ,' Take other it. papers may fe to the HJorJdi) ll quired to pay a li .\ ;. o'\i :<. '3".Jf, Anarchists I at Chicago, and The Auditor i it-ported tint he had: found II. W. Eppcibon, Sheriff cost Tay DRUli! STORE.p ijtaEvaiij

't is the paper for you. JTa other can feV e: of the State licen 'J .. 1 .'. .". ,'>f Tuesday's: election. that Collector Hayncs in one of his settlement's )lor case. . . . ., . 315 :NEW
: '
: It advertises your bitsine-it Various acco'untmined Op O4'i :ie had inferred from the fact'ctfons with the Hoard) ]had: by error taken II.V.. Epperson. Circuit Court .. -_ = BOOJUj
its place. _- .
L -.1 is to your interest to support it. It 'advertises and ordered OO% do !'. >.. ,0? ,' < arc held at lhc National up and turned over a Columbia) county business . . .. . . 22 ?; IF iicfj f {i j; : !'!: r\ -1- 3j1 It has been-twelve-

home, it is your duty lo BUS- ions made for the / 1. o ,4. ; <:{ that the residents of tkfi District for : II.V.. Epperson, Circuit! Court '1-ipLi't() ;, !' : : c-- r.n-I; i -\:' :. ular Authoress has ;years sil
( your / O : CZI coupon $1. ; that he had turned the ; ; : f:, ,.2. written J
J ain it. It knows you and you con not ignore s.On Op g,. ,.UI:1'ere wanting in' interest in same over to .James E. Young, Chairman business . . . . . ZQ 10 I -1t:2. : .-}: I .l.t.-"''''-' ", ., 'v01' ;\.l-'I'; that Diliinghani her take pleasure in ._ .'V
motion of 51.journed 'g g' 'f tj.of B. E. = 1" new book
State Alvareas -the
elections ; -: best 4 .
bailiff -'r-
it. Neither you nor it can be- im\c" o/c/ O4 ion J. ?' they would I''of the Board of County Commissioners ar1flgu.ucl ''I F.frt, ...::. ,.," \ .'Iv! J' \:. .; worKp-a large volume > .
of each other. As well try to l>eindependent ( until 10 : ; :- their minds disabused of the Columbia) of to U. C. Miller.! . . GOO -Il .': -., i:7.rfJ : ....1, bound of overt'beautxulJy : C

pendent of neighbor-your interests the first MomlG 4' '11-.5';.': JltS Itca! had they witnessed the county, and received check tor L. I). Wall, bailiff.: .'. . . . 200 {t'J i q .? :'I .. entitled. .4
same which
your he :
4' ,
P, tc it.. l"Owds that now held.! Ordered that William Eller It. !.f.fi I! wJ '
identical. Hence the assembled about I he servant Circuit (Yt ", reI
are almost ; t; :) he turn same over to Treasurer Kelluni. '\' ) 00 r .:. -. i.t-.Jf".-;-. Au "AT/ :
f. citizen who is careless of his own welfaieis : 1c'd"r 'Y newspaper and telegraph'offices II.: T. nowling, Supt. of Public guard to G. C. Miller 2 oO ---J TijE MEftGY OFfl
t : 1 besday Instruction J. M.
bliiid to the worth of his county paper, IL c'cningnnxiousl) watch- in \1lIrrlee, bailiff Circuit C't 2 00 J. L. (G A SKINS/ ti r.
fr& 1 ; ; with
:,4. company the members :
J 01 i bulletins Joseph Willis.'tilling ,. 1 j"
and rarely suc('eeds at any ulI ertaking.Tusk'gee .- 4 ,d r as they were post .-d.ajesult of the School Hoard, into wild! cat :a 00 F..M.nu: "Is .
i. 4c. pif. i .,: in Xew York .is i came Court and ). .. Hale. IN now nearly rcadj,
'on< 1. collecting taxes: . .
News. I ; 'D ..orne t1tlf.K.eo';' .4roA emocr2ts: --n. .vv. I.JT read a letter from the State Supeiiutend- 14 7.; Drugs & ,_, \
as a favorable ,
A llr.rr .G1 jf' it : r::- JfJi h to base; their predictions omen upon cut of Schools relative to the II. F. York, Clerk and Auditor 33: 4.1 Medicine- .. .. --.1<... '
The Climate of Florida. ?.'rerUU.l".I3e for flfT! j,' i'residential contest, and the friends foi the of nth,} assessment for school deficiency for Andrews &; .\!virrz. hauling. . 31 2i Starfcc; Fla.ysici.nis' Price ,-.,).,00 ,,;. ,

Allthat; Florida asks of the world is The Lest anti "Uly. .Hi ; ._ ':tdinii! slI'lltiol have I in their own 18S7, and ordeicd that the purposes Hoard X. Wainright, asses-ing revenue ;1 10 1)11 i f.J.Il

I simplJ There arc some things izer in world .; J d- nominated and re-elected Prcsi- make G. W. Ciyalt. Co. Commissioner. 15 GO : PrescriptionsJitrt i The ., :.
the that
; justice. arrangements to make
p.irt as Cleveland! for a second term. J lip said deficit.) J. S. Andrews (ctl'tftlJ G? 'l'Ut/i "Tt! ltull. many admirers of this glflaf':,
does not pretend te possess. She has Ly at the White \'eI"Y After the Co. Commissioner. 9 20() '(-clttlllj1ll will bait tSli "#.
she with
fruit trees and garden: H'ge' ,: '. T House, from the Pre.siKTt i- reading the )letter referred Mnigan's) haznr111)(1 :J.'! delight '
0 I never said that it i is a grain-producing down) to the humblest employe and a general discussion i( CD. Judge s.l Julv Volume. .
has 2G
J the ( [ 18-0
( by Bo.ird
Morgan's .
in lazar CK'rk's -!
she put on a vigorous growth rjrn a smile of satisfaction office . 27 591 I .
State and there are many: products since the ,.l'll to the G. L McCenhee -- -
-. r i"4''1 leg matter, the Board decided male?i-ti for jail. 12;? 17
dtice large: and well mat-.- 1r."iTi'12"1; The Pr'!''dent I'c-1
ilocs: not attempt to rai!c. .i ''S.nose, 'flrI1" i; ;.,.ifm-i.....orl.! '.r ", ." -._.:- that as the levj made; for s.ud: nnum-i-... 5k.. ., M ll. Be.isly! Co. Commissioner 8 21/i! :". .-.:; --- -.; ;.. f'4 t; ... 500,000' COI'IliShayebnl, ;.;.
V. '
m; :
I I But Florida has: advantages: that no and vegetables. This fertur!. ", (elcdion iij day and ]he did i-ii-ciicin;not re-icJarns in conformity wilh tIlt law fliattlicy i --i hid- "" I J. ( Clark two W-IS.IP baskets 2 90 '' -Y.l/ ; ;"" ,. 1I'd..ij.t.. ; "a&" jofIJ-l hex ear1IV
: no -\E- E
I otlif f (tate pO 5CSSCS. She can raise the ,discovered by Jas.V.. Bi"S.m i tire for the night until lIe had leceived power to make any further levy for aitlPtir1)se II. F, YOUK,-Ckrk-and- -.\ut itor. 4-1 4l"'v i .J: :4 'f g F II /' ...,:' ,

best in the worM, and other fraits a close applicationto the assurance that New York hid voted "p 553'--I r" .
oranges Pennsylvania) I dining the >l!Ull.U' <-:1".hUI. .
in accord, "-nee with his wishes. present year and th.itthe MT"f ':. 'r' Ti-JiJi" 1.t "'1.S Magnificent
The Hepublicans :
of a nib-tropical character can be raised experiment during a period of l derive considerable: com foil- -\' had: ( no authority to boinnv money 'S I %ESt-* :!, l''! f",''' or;iniriMmr l.T.\n'-.c-I-latc1 t-a-e. uitlies|. NoyBEULAIL

success. She has in addition ei'Tht'ean on all kind* of tree and from the election of for any f'r(.' Tiirf .. ; .nt !z..tln"'J'tlni' ,hcd. *.Tca "
- with t-tjual tJ I a I'epub'iciin KenreH'utative : puipose, except to i bond) the comma I, 1'.II'l'r t. >l' ,. "* il ii"rI'f: ""I"ll J'eirTei! Fllntllr I ,
a climate that is not equaled on this continent vegetable growth, with r. I large outlay : in Con sress from Rhode) Island, i ty. which could not be done i't h"rarril.II', % It '' I a-" this' gives them I except hy I I ;'t4I I I9-'t (-I-n. II! tIe n clo'I'mt $1.7i,
; i
-a climate that is beneficial to the of money ami time; and it has a majority of the authority of the tax II -----m-'r L..J.I ::'HI(" I'i ( ul"'VI'.O 'ntJ ertr: I ti.'l
*"fates in the House payers: expressed 0., 1 r.'mont. .JLGnIA. '
which at N.
. ... will be of vital I 1. 4.
affections entire I $1.75
bronchial be
invalid suffering with I proven to an succ' >s,_ n importance in case of no popular election the ballot-box, that therefore it iout of II ,

. I and to the tourist travelerlio i is well as only in producing la'ge/ IF1 fweilfi.ivored .f.. of f President next year. their power to raise means; to make the I ,.,.S "SKr-o'... INEZ p_ 81.15.r: ;

well can be and on pleasure bent.-Jacksonville fruits and 'egl''I Horseback: riding is becoming ''timmi te deficit claimed to e\Kt good. > ...<, _. .{... ,. S.:! ijio. 82M'YASII'tI
r but will eradicate the curcv Jor the thinin: society circles here. A :9ii4 oii" 'w .
. Metropolis. new Ordered that I ,. ,...
thn'e- tory brick huildinsr h.s ) X. \Vainright., Heig # "V* gri. ft.. : <' '-'. "' r ;
. lJ and the Dermestis ns : recently II ; 5
11 rcrs, Thomas f. of' : 'li.
ifi been ('c.mlrUel'IllIpcn P. and H. H.Vynn Ii .y.. X .
and Ilia : ch street, at a Cootof be and are I Vi INJt'EJ"ICB
it that Laxador the r insect bug worm 7.j.iKt.( which is l II *-' !
See to : to be hereby j : f I
roitlezi"a foc'to known as the appointed a committee to draw I .; TEZ CLT:; nw .
tll i
the i
remedy for all stomach disorders is deadly peach, }Hc'jtoeh Washington: Hiding A calI en1The up :
r l plans and :
P in the lions?. Sold by all druggists for 25 i cherry, and all kinds of tI j jas heig ( school ,will be open during the present rivers bridge specifications and to receive for the :IJaoipaon I I Mr;: ii i-i i f. i or-.":'".p. \i Good Reliable Agents :
in"lh'nn or
the noble and reject the .
well as tQ1'IIfet or ? 'I"innrnnal subscription of : For
I cent a package: C-100( will 1.0 cf ftich mcmliir which j \\oik when clone. i fe '. /: "sA; ; :'S1Jp this new hook, "ATTIIE! '
The '
s11 OF'
: tree.
cheapness, I 'l'lllEIU "
, r There is nothing in the world more: ange as the convenience in handling thi! \\ill I entilUIhe all I uu-mberio the Use of the Ordered that the Clerk of the Hoard 1 PURELY VEGETABLIH. :_-. rEOT. ".'",.v. .r-.... ?: it :. Terms Us, ill on be which
at given.:
' fine baby. Keep ring limvscepuag; when it '| It acts with ? '-S-- .1 -I ', :..
beautiful than a healthy s rc- -.
rs summon I load -
) extraordinary .
fertilizer, i< worth its weight in gold spived for, s;fci.d purpos,... the Commissioners of the efficacy o.i thaiVER t.. ''.1 ... F'.j. --
The :
I fact : .1 :-i : \ 1-1 Sold
Bull's .
: it 60 by using Dr. Baby Glli road 'lf everywhere, aid tai
district sect by
tint the list to :
is : : .
to using a fertilizer.This iKM.ledty appear at the \ I.l ,
every person he prcsik.ut I n CM rHNEYS : .: Wi: Jn ; t:, .- n'e >.n receipt of price by .
.I 4 Price 23 cents a bntt'.c."We V and live membeis of his meeting of the Board j .: '. ) H.." !' a. : : .' .. '
fertilizer will be manufactured cabinet assures I to show cause if :; I-I. .."::\ ': .
:-. iFTo.c.r' Q5V (. -VI..
.. t the success of the Undertaking. .. : AND 80W \ = )"'.- ;!.,_.;. '. IjllillgJ13WI
Prof. they : w. .
LS. ;
- can. why -"i "
they should
D.V.. Brigham at Lakeview not be lU" 1.
by dealt 1''r.C tcce'
D Brown, of Xew To t'-.R.\: (f/ Pt'II". I"; !'n. t -I l scrtoO.W.
v- J would rcspcctly call: the attention' 1 1t Clay county, FJa., and will be put many years of( expeiTesc, ,in who ha, hall, with! for net causing the Starkc and Sander.on -. AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC F03 :.. .: ;". :I"I..r'o"l.,: Ily :.t 'j.j.IHtl".d, F'7'-(fie 23 West 23J.S1X!

of farmers and fruit growers to the advt : up in 4::-lb. to 5-11) packages. A 5-lb this 'hat'Icter has! 1hctballt'r enterpriscs'of III charge I road: known as the Button George Malaria, Howe Complaint, Y4. ;1i. : .';. 1'1"'<. "''',' (, r.o.-!, ". I' .. .

. J } of Gvo. Gardiner: the fruit tree man. package Mill fertilize about 200 Imll thc health and 1 re'l'ing cxer-, II bridge road: to be worked and) put in Dyspepsia Constipation Sick Headache, ; .. "i."1. -.- ':: ri's4-I;_. .. .;.:I..i.r -.ItO.:... .l''.w
else IIf horseback ri4mm : iiiii : 1-lC r.
.,._ tho *, will Ikuhtles tiaveling condition. niie M, t;. r ::'.. 'ri:1'lr. <""fIt: \
bearing trees, reducing) cos of Kidney AfToc'.ionH -;- : -- r" :
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:1 ; become hnth r:1g1I1onlI: I i Jaundico, .zr. -. L'J!!' l.C
4. CLAY COUNTY. .. ,
T.nd popular at The Mental '. IJC- *. ., "fC.1
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small of G
to about following Depression i
fertilizing Mini 'tI" **
the accounts Colic. !
Cmpihi H C''r.I--y, t
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i 3 cents tre(. It has Ions: been \n cr orders paid and} I IRa j. I' "-<" .,*'in ..:frrl.v: tJ. f t.-- '
pet. wairrun: .r 1J4
a. "- I I Proceeding of Ilio Hoard of Public PriceJlb, r.3 ds.lh; 70 cts.; intellse hostile fe"h lg nisted secret,between that: an viz: bSUc11 for same, I( nf e r /. '. -'r:. "..."c' *'. -:.. 4J"-'r.AO! :;.: i J U'1i-.f. PC I

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I"r Ii 1.25 11,.. for" the ccrel:1r'y !.ht&crior I Thomas __ .. .:4' 1' t,, I. f I
I ) or o 6.00. Sparks: the COIllI1l1i lilt )mlr, G.iskins. pauper, . . 10."iO ..,__ i i i v.T'mflf* 1 I rs'--! 1'1.'-.irc-c"' ', rv '' -.. ,t.. .. { t \)
of tIme Land T0'. : I
r Clay: county met on Monday,. the 7th day The complete directions will be 0111cc. growmg.out ot: differences In Haclu.J.lack:')n, pauper. . 2 jl) Household Should be Without It v ?' i >.. -". -:, 2. j V .
I?m tlrnn1r:1ft
printed on each package. opinion t'ntc'rlawed. W. II. Ward), I t! : rr-Jfj 1icV.
ch of the rcspective pauper. . ." : and.by being e ns thedi ...
of Nov., 1887. Members present: r.. \V.Zim.M. officersconstruction > 00 > kept ready for iroir.sdiate \2 ;m''I'ac.
\ I I ; The orders will be promptly filled Wltlttert'"ce to time Emcltue Walphies, will Save many aa hour 1,f uy>' l\tE I bow ell.. L1tu I r; r.JCc unl'lNT .__.
pauper . suUVnnal* V
the !
1- ; A. Knight. S. M. Joyner. I.. W. mail otherwise. of b"\lating 2 jl t) many: a dollar lu time and ,( CLA'COUHn "
: doriors'
Kickliter and D. W. Glisson. The Board by Address or all' orders to'y grants. Mr. Lama. .h'.riltC'1l a 10 letter land I Ki/zc Benton pauper: . . 2 :0 ERE IS BUT ONE bills. I J.lnz T.n.H J'J"l.otlO. In Pnce L.\.i'j tr.L..I l:, !tW..,.n' .r "...t.r.1 Lake a_f E J..e; rn&! wr.m
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Louis ar ''
verY severely crit 1cISiDti Witkovsk! e leu trill "I: f. ,, .
boy corn lat.
L. W. Zm: chair Coml11isolOner jiil account-; : 1." 05 aheao'actl.r ],
organized by electing : and has informed tI > SIMMONS LIVER g.rOn. YoocanpAyiJ allt''c. Jtn\veortr". i mnIarfn'ptrr2*. iIti
D. BR1G11k that G. W Sanders, stove Clerk's lih tULATOaS eml. A atop-. 'luthlf.J !.Jtu"'nt."rJ i 1 11Etei:' ,
either office I r-7.i'" !
: t.$ man.The lak"iew,Cf: 5? ::. Fla. Mr.with Sparks retire from or the the S Dv:5lcnt must forth- J. L. Gaskins brick for jail . 11, (GJ See that you get the oenuino r "Z" dgne&rsamv hone.'\.ftl.,.1....I 1:111;. .oJ.nulLtow'.I.I..t..1 c.r prhate bat rri-), 1 1 rro.u t.JlUi"!.r l. .! ....in:.. aeT1,.
; minutes of the previous meeting: inen'. !n); 40 on front of V/rspper. rft-- perf..e$ br..mth. S.n.. .nl roll."c, h..4. 'urwEeT L3t ..U .d:. izaD
: 'b.- )' 11. B.Knight on'y by i wiih .1\Dew ge m.p or c a ted. I' .
killing2 tot an.1 ilorida "Q ; : rrc".
".: wild cats. 6 00 j J.H.ZEILIN & CO.. ..- .. c.B-or3: T'PtCaL *. i-,, 'lUlm". 'D I..tap r
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tV., 19th) 188 7.. compells us to postpone Mr.; Jotm WhHc's ycsterd.iv, and For'..Ufft'i '- -Ei: :. 4jaE:! : :
'I report : .A.lE1j LA.STl .
._ I a week, BO look out for next issue. everything booming on the lake. The friends of Pro f.\:.. L L;' an-:I II 1 0 ..-..;.."..'. .. .:.. .

i SOCIETIES. I The members of the Christian: Mrs. W. A.. Xorthup returned! from a j nounce him as. :a canti'C! oflicc -:.I A REGULAR" '

visit Alderman. : ., '. __ ,
to her husband at St. : r "
irndford Lodge No. 4$ F. aud ;, church are expecting to celebrate Augustine. She \ .
Regular comiflufliCaflonsLurdaY thrid L nyoats: nice times in thft ancient I I .. :
It. in each mouth Thanksgiving day next Thursday by city. I I The lends i of J. G. 1, .' onr. ROYALRi HARNES.SHOP.
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L. W. KICKLITER, : )[1'. Tolbert was out to Lakeview one him L !
-candidate for : T TE.e
gtary.,4.wLudZe0. *\*. M. giving an old fashioned 'Thanksgiv day this week. Mr. Tolbert's r- 4Z 1:1: :-t ) the'omcl K' : '
ccftrung J Alilernun: and) urj' .t : .. .
C3 cf F&t. JI ing dinner. means good times. ; snpport. ; -tl'rc'I iIoremen will
Meetings! second and fourth The girls of this For ('It). CIe> ) /1f ".\I! 5', I fi'n :1\\'U8d. tci18tock", r- .:" .
tar Mr. J. H. Martin I place made the Masonic ')f -L" .. ,
17 of each month 2 o'oloejt. has already Lodge ft p.esen't'of The flit-nils of B. II. Jones announce al'ness.Sadd les :Bridlw "T" ..
ITEEDEir, ClIKhTKr. XORTHUP, bought four car.loads of and some wax work him as a candidate for : i lIa1tefs Collars .I ...,
oranges of lilies Clerk.
consisting and City
W. Mastpr : 'Whlps''
pomegranates. .. _
cretary. Lashes
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110 doubt will buy several lie Mrs. Prescott has .... '
more. ;
some fine friends of J. Combs
cane C.
that Clark '
OF KED 3IEN.wCEOLATuiEE announce : Blankets
?'D. ORDER Xo. 1. FLA.-Council will ship one car-load tomorrow, and will beat Mr. Hall's. P. E. Br him jj a candidate for Ci'y' Clerk, and H 4 Hpul'8 ..tc'.. I&C.' .'

.es kindled! each Wednesday's :Sleep: I others will follow'rapully.Truby Sunny Side Siftings. hope all the-citizensill- : !. _support; him. : AT ]REASONABLE
Staikc, PRICES.
their Wigwam iouTrca.siirer.. S
Sternburg & Co. have had
invited to ,

attend.Transient Brothers G. W.cordially JlcIuxxEY built in the front of their store between School There on were last a good many U Sunday( I hereby announce myself as candidate All goods' warranted: to be as represented.Impairing .

tiachciu.JAS. I Sabbath. We hope (the at- for City Treasurer, and if elected will

M i I.LON. the two front doors, a neat tendance will continue to be good. form the: duties of the oflice to the best;per.of ,. awl Oiling! promptly! d one.

Chief of nc ords. office, and 1fr." V. E. Davis is used Mr. B. E. Vanburen Las one of the finest my ability. F. H. MOKGAX.
8.1'--Ld---"--No. 10 I. to ornament a high stool as of old. grafts of the plum family we have ExaniinB cocL Compare
For My Prices.
Iar diaI. \
o. O. V. Meets everv Friday ever seen. It was put in last spring, and powu ,
at Odd Fellows The Starke Mr. E. E. ER .
k night Literary Society will Wills
'" Hall. Transient brothers. is nearly 10 ft. high, and IS1 inches especially solicits Newingham. I

.' cordially: initeu to. attend. meet this (Friday) evening. A very in diameter. Xo one can beat this I am your votes for )[:ll'sh:11.: ,.. 1. St. Starke !"
..", F. J.FlCLD: Box. 41. Noble. Grand.A. interesting programme is arranged. sure.We Mr. Gco. Adams; announces himself foriiflml Absolutely Pure. .. :; **.,

L.SCOTT', ViceGraud.CHURCh Everybody invited. See last week's called to sue Mrs.: E. Neil on last :\ -( and( !solicits( your votes. tf ThN powder n
Sunday. She has a fine or purity, 'itr'ntl1. and w hole -
TELEGRAPH for crop of orung'' B. Ql.ntnes8; -
E.: More ii
CTOItY. programme. Alvaicannounces economical
DIIt" himself
and ) than
we saw as the {grtl1l1ary
among other sights, her line a candidate for the oilice of City Marshal kinds i and (';" not be sold in Competition and Valuable

METHODIST CIIUUC1I. Every day can be seen in our vegetable) gaiden which is the mot; uYuirishing ) and respectfully!! solicits }'t)1II''otes with weight the II\I\ltit.le of low test, shori Nursery Stoct k.Wo
and one we have seen. Mrs. Seal siT -"m of osphate pow<1or .
Services every Sunday at 11 1 a. m. streets : had in '
Zwaon ami-cart loads of only < :
at t p. in. Holiness meetine Tuesday at in her garden mustard that would nieas- The friends ofV_ \\-. Sapp announce tier" ('0.. lot \'all-st.\ns. lo.val.:, X Y.Baking root' ---<- ..

8 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday at S; bright and delicious oranges whicharc three feet from tip to tip. him ;as a candidate for the oflice .April;'. ':-'t' mer who present wjsln-s to you a list of valuable fruits which are .

P'm'W.S.RICHARDSON, Pastor. eagerly bought by our enter Xo one has visited this section yet. fur of Marshal: :and earnestly solicit his support '-------- Farfliemcauwith to, add:i to very the small value of and loo.lIIurhili home.indispenssb1. nel'7 tu-

Sunday School at D:3U a. in. ll'ising.merchants. at good round the purpose of buying oranges. -There in the coining election. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. homes per cent to llio value of th -ir amount of money and labor, add MT0rml boadred -
property and
J. C'HA8. nICHAIW. SuperintendentUREY audj family !by limos happinea and comfort ot
are number of -- --- embraeinj the thvir
MARTIN, Sec. & Ti easurer. price Bradford county yet takes tine groves here. -- < --- cost the new, and leading! varieties of opportunity here olfered obfalninsat aj s Maall

__u__ __ ___ the lead on bright oranges. 4-1;.'-1C S-pcrlnl Notice.Cmzt. BOGG & flLS\ ::: -.-- ..--.-.-- -...--:::'-;..--fruits suited to this section. via: '

BAPTIST CHURCH. J -- i FEI.LOW .>,!,:- I take this method I PEARS. 7 to U feet high. --- .- -

Services at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Mr. A. E. .Moitt the lonia Scraps. of announcing i mysilf for i election to Lt>cOlltl'............... POMEGRANATESBeu.
carriage l.a

FII S p.Prayer m. meeting w. cj. PATTER.SOX every : Wednesday, Pastor: manufacturer, has a large adv. in Who says Ionia is not the oilice ot TowlIlal'hal.: If re elected Attorneys at L Law' Otfborn Keiffcr flrtrthtt: ......"l){.03 cents each.. J20:! 100 SwPet...;.."..".;;;;.................... !f J5cea&

booming? Mr. I pledge! the Suintacr
Sunday School Citizens of Starke 'a .30 cents .
meets every Sundaymorning Large each .
this issue which E. X. Japan... ---
lit 9:30. we especially call Perry has: sold !several' lots which faithful discharge: of the dutic9of -the -C= :EI: ::. ==' ._ bwLr(,-same j Price aj stan-larj. cents each -

A. C. IIAMRICK, Superintendent. your attention to. Mr. Moitt is prepared are to be cleared and fenced as soon as ol(lice'. Thanking friends 101' or see F.R. MORGAN Se<,retary. l possible; and my past Will practice in all the Courts in the -----. TVhit.Tery protiflc. ..........: *.
r .. !to do all kinds of repairing i in the near: future.houses to be) erected on them( : favors, I :0111. Very Respectfully I: Fourth and! F.fth Judicial Circuits.DRESSMAKING.. tPE.lCIIE to 5 fet hiI.; Red JTerbt'am.!: ... ........... ...l r ii'C: .

PRESBYTERIAN CHUIifill.Services and when you want to buy a new i:. I). WALL. I Poento[ and Ilont-y. 7 ---
A house not in this town but in Alexander" ( .
every other Sunday at 11 a. m. wagon or buggy lo not fail to one ClfEAP Hales Early very.... ..early.. .. ) NUTS.
consult COLL'3I.\
R. h. MATTIUE:, Pastor. .- adjoining is supposed to ie haunted. It l', l1a'! (seetllios of ,*' ct4.each, ",, English Walnut.. ....... ......... )
..Sunday School every Sunday at 9:30 him 'before buying. IIft nn>_! I"c'---.". I1n"... .'.....: .1 .. _,_ _u. -- I Blotxl.Hom-y). { 11"" moo (fhmes .............. .
m. J. P. PltAT', I .v..ul'U "'auoui two years, ( \ a.
Superinta iident. i and now there are lights in it some nights. \ One ('cut a Word 'irs.[ Darby and Mrs. Fannie Jonesivihl I J Upan "" ...............1 .

I We Wonder We do not believe iu For (tlte t flrs f insertion\ and; one-half cent lIe pleasi-d: to receive th ; ,;?:; "" Pecan Spanfah. .. .
ghosts, so VTO think 1)atrOtae :t *. ..-..:.......... .
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. If Thanksgiving; on next Thursday i it must he fox fire caused; by the rotten umn.for eacb.tj'j.'t1ticnt. ilict ilion iu thij col. of their friends" and the public 1 .1>' VLU3I-1---I: :;Teet high. Almonds, oft shell............ .. r t"....h".

ctsl1: 2Ij-2 ;M-: Pctr: 1C. will bring all dinner.If wood in the IlII-C.) generally. Orders, left at the res-: 1'Itllll Oose..t cents each -_- ,

r rP G. P. Youig. the* Pastor preaches, at 1) II. Jones' a good died .Mrs. E. Carpenter is expecting to leave: 'rOlE IJATKS A si'ict A LTY. iilenee of :Mrs.\ l Darby, corner of i fapan fl.iilUs:Meillersevergrffn I'Jls-arllii( (lreJll.aO.S...t; ) "" .". ORAY5.&upp .
cat to "
save Thompson"'an l Madison Celscy Japan, 2 ..
HAMPTON < .. rnotig..l
for St .. "
the expense of a South Augustine next. week for a three -- at :StarkVlIouse or 1 .0.. . ... .:>: 5. Sb BlacL Eagle .................... } See.te.... .
d*ach 1st Lord's day at 11 a. m. and ::;aturaj trip to Florm frtny.Mis. I : promptly' attended > Or any variety.. ..... ...
ida. Go (to to. --- ...
.J.t'.Chrk if want --- .
at 7:30 p. m. Giillis has just finished you a bargain: ; '
8TARKE If it is fa.shionable grinding in tine hosiery, silk 'thread buttons( and all I JAPAN PERSIMMON, one .
to take a young 'cane at D. J. Nikox'Mr.. Silcox is thinking year. PEPI O or elSan''. .
each 2nd Lord's day at 11 a. in. and each kinds of notions S Seedless.:
so fail call ..
Lord's daYl\t 0:30:: p. m. lady to church and then go to sleep. l of trying a galvanic battery upon his ( to before J. W. HIGGINS I .kZ mllllg'. extra l.irpre.. J-COcents I each ket A Bfw fruits thin;destined to be OM or tlf. b ci MAT
they arc gone. jngi: ....... ..
HIGHLAND If the pet coon is forever linn ami hiiiul. : sugar sweet and rich.. .. ) .so..... M.k
gone -
each 4th Lor 's'day at 11 a. in.: and Saturday \ Will :Strickland; has been -- --- PIANO) TILSEK&A 5' --- .
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and where. killing tome Clark"- is selling notions of all kind .
before at 7:30:; m. na .
p. large '
CHURCH \Y01tSIIlI[ If very coons lately. at cost: : so as to get ic.uly: for his big stockof i 1 ( t M.v..thigh. White t
the work .
P new city market will be a Mr.[ and Mrs. ;guarinZc''dV ycars of' ('x- Ked Astrachau: Marteillea. .....
ATOUANGh; iOLLKUU. IIcafTord ate expected christir.ai goods so if you want anything i peiienc'* Alesander:: .i Brown Xurkrt"' ""***. ;...**...... .
financial success. Figure; it. l'i i&lay. Blae"....,.;.J}w .. A..*
rack Loid'sday at Iln. in. JAC in that line ('rab.. I."nts rath. f
had I
better I.
I'KAYEIl MEETING If ---- K.: you : call :nt> STARKi I;, I'tOKIDA .'.,. i (.1 'en....:.......... J
somebody wont ftart: a, news-!, -- ,1ce'its'tIieV are grJln Yti. .
WlV.rs*' ra"j -. -
each Wednesday at 7:30: ) l Hampton ---- S ---:;- .. S
,j paper' feO \ & l'Ml'CUppome
NE ws. everybody looked at the new arc having very pleasant weather, promptly purifung and! enriching the We. A. L. SCOTT M. D. 1 ted Carty: Honian Golden .. ) .. .* *..uas.ss a

.' CITY moon over their right shoulder. although it I.'eI'Y dry. blood, improving the appetite strengthen iussiun ... .... V25centaeach._ Bud.egn, 4' p.r100 a rtN.
-- --. -- --, -,- -- The fanners Late from I ..............
-- -- If horsebackriding: ( \\"Ill.b are now grinding cane and[,J.in"j the neives and invigorating:; the sy} >- .Michigan! -*------- .S 3tsni1ei'ln.,:.......... ..... >5O
There is unusual of popular ; e.a .
an amount picking oranges. It is, in the truest sense, an alterative I O'' QUIXCES. > .5range. MedIterranean sweet and cUleru,. ) ss.

cpttou coming into town this fall. thil! :, winter.If 3lr. \1. :M.teiger and wife are visiting; medicine. Every invalid shoui.l'lve IESHH."xl' 1IYSICIAX AND CSLT1UEO. liinese........... ........ .........-v: -1r- Bud -dormaat;...... *...........23c nU .

-, ----- there will be a Thanksgivinglance. friends aud relatives! at Il.impton it a : A ppla. .. .. ... ...... ........ } _
Mr. L. D.Vafl is MOW : : triLI- --___ __ ..i1OS.iS.t;. \\ )LM per Order.
tIlllIlgQr-1 A b TJlCl'e1'1' IOU t I rvni.-s. __* n.l.I .,, .l hi",1; *!.' -_- "r.' r,2 /.v
jn-chief of Gaskins''cottoil _L:7: .b n I"1'''' Terms : .; __ ___, ____ _._ _1.
-- -- ---- I, If the young\ nvy.: .-.$;io Lung! on from here )last; week (to Ocala for elect i lie- I Car wheel tobacco( iud tile best) ;:; five cent I I ieis'mmatue.Ollie ( I We warrant each'Vk'sJ, and S ;;jij*;. I/" **=* -i i

: The the 31.E. : -- light posts.Mr. cigars, at \\'. I II. 1 H livers'. t2:>.lt r have a special .every.I "
oyster Mippci' by the gate the o fher iirJht; knows letall.tlrlther..1ol1d. at flavins'! Drug Store. contract Will* the I.< -i 'V -: *
variety i i'i
not &
: i Allen has ---- as orfi1" Is *
; returned ) **
his ;
church netted home at trees / : .
on Friday night !
: The best and! instead.; : ,. : : '
ru I cheapest shoes in the city .1 Ajt'r :r. :<: ;
Hampton; ) after spending' several moi.tiis We have mail I : /: P.-4,
$18. If all l! the old bachelors expect a I, up XiTth.Mr. are at \\'. II. PiiveiV. o"!' ..lt J. FIELD possible! a branch)@ riw'' ;. -er -. .A. .
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The Wednesday proposal' next I Mitchell left I reliable as our /( .., :
new btore (opened}) on year.If here l last Monday on a furnishing the ,.

yen by a big trade. Advertising the young lady with the curly I business trip up Xorth. We wish him a .\. full line (of school) books( ( ", at 15. II. Jones I BHli-! ICON'S: AVOKK A; exact,. t. .5
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always .'- :" hair thinks she is the bolle of Staikc. pll-l; *ant I trip :and t good success.Mr. If people! tumbled with colds! will ltalI'AIl'r's .. v
Jnlo'IS.JlilR --- I u. Fosters: t machiney) has come, andtli'y i : : 'J..prIt: : .. '. '" :* ./ 'c1 Jf ffl
IVcloiul bet'oi'ij "
4 k( :\ Lizzie is entertaini' If Starke: i i8 not putting' on city t Cl.cny going to i ALL\ < r %
Sparktnan airs in aro at work: getting ready: to saw. chinch th'-ywill I avoid, couching: : The \: r.JAFiANTEED.:; ----c; ,. : __ .:, ,- ,: ,,f > ;. -.-

on ing this week two of. Gainesville'scharming good style. Pretty, soon we can get our lumber at Pecloral: sooths und heals: the irritated: .".'P": .11"'I'\I,1 ;; > :::::::::: j .
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belles.: If thc town ought not to be Hampton. tissues; and rontiols ;all 1 liispf' itillll to .J III r ;JtJ ::;. jT t '!i % :

or7o ---. cleaned The :Sabbath; School .4- .4%
thoroughly before winter was largely attended cou h. .4.. ,
addition of three .. ,
There was an to travel: !sets in for carnes"!. ,l Sunday( afternoon at Xuvarru: Institute, .4' '11" -.!<' __. !' ''>- ,- ". /* 'i .* .: { .. .1- A#
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the membership of the M. E. churchJf3j3abbath. but will Mr.! F. ( '" '); .. ;a'1.... *? _:lI I
miss Mitchell I ; '
m Sunday ..iI.j... ft"'
our oJ I Ntf- ": .-" : .
A between It I 0 > ,
Ifr ctwill\ bring his car to good, smart boy, / _, -. ::.. .' -'' = .:. !.* I ,
School until he : :. .. .. .,.
*: ] return5.'flic and 10 old who would, like to \1 /.y .',,''' ''- ', ;,{-t' -- |-.". .; ,. 2
Starke, and if he docs what will be public school years 'rf'-"I\A-'! .' V* ?' 7.' ': Q,;; t. .; ; ,. .
;at Hampton has ... '
:Mr.L.; \\Tynucaughtaii; 8-foot done for him. on roll 81 pupils taught: by W. E. Wain-now learn the printer's trade, i is wanted: 1.at i'4..s2, Ft. Jt.>I.. .. f-. ..!::;.. : .r .. >: vW: *; ..!" .4Q. ; '. I 4*. 1x

alligator last Sunday, and brought If the TELEGRAPH is not improving wright. Very good for hampton :S.; Q. this ofii{'(. Must: be able to read 147; ... -!''l', :;'. '' :.".."::.;:T <-,, ;. ,A. .. #:,.M93" ; ; ->I., _. )'. :If 1

it alive nito town. I I readilv.i >-- .; J' .. .*' { ".' '
; e'cl"week J and ought to be pat 1)r4.xt. : "-.-", :, -4. i.....,,:. __., : ,_ta' : .:-." ''; ,- #"
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Kingsley Notes. --- -- snot 'it" ':40' "it. -
Rev. L. \V. Browdcr, of Waldo,, ronized. A Famly BlessingSimmons' -. t ted and Pi ; : .. .- "'It' c'c;.,,;... .,: <...,I' /"' t'. :' fcj .
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visit I hIandiz.I 1 "': .'';'..r1t. \: -.1>. .:.J". b. -,. .5 .; .
paid our city a .pleasant on A much needed rain Monday; night, Liver Regulator; the favoritehome ; i/ ':;- .Jr:" .'" .A. >t I. .4k.. :;
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ANNOUNCEMENT.The krlUClI.tI.h\'lt.! .f.jlr' ;$ : L/ :.. ,,,... .: ,
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of this. week. '"' t'
Wednesday helping our gardens and lawns. remedy. is entirely ctahle, :and isthe July :j(O), >7. t'!': 'J ;: ..If' : : 'T.' .' ". 'L. ,, .:.; .
) Christian church: will give a The lake is .., t ,J I .5 4 .',' .'> .. -
much lower than medicine .
and best that ;
u-uul. puiest family ------ --- <; '" '' ., ,' -
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We are pleased to see gel1lallface 'C' i "' J" .i.
dinner and supper Thursday, :NO24 \'. owing t(' (the dry season ; in fact there is a is compounded. Xo error to be feared: in (.OMEItu() ', ". ': ;; 1J.I' '- .. .fit. ", '" 1.l .. : '
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of Col. Moore ', '-U-" i :
again on our -.t
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vs for the purpose) of raising funds fine sand beach almost wide enough for a :administering; :1,) injury-from exposure \. ." r' l '. ,. ,

streets after, his. severe illness.: to afcMst in building the church.Dinner drive around a large portion of the Ink'-. after taking; no los of time. It i is time ATTORNEY!l'' : 'i:JIt! :-, -: f' ''.,:. 2.1({t ,,... ', .... ;.. 1.. $ r. : .
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The beef market I By lowering: the lake a foot mote we could! best t pievi'itivc medicine and safe: to take : J ..4F. ?' t ,: ,..". J ;' .
was and -
new Opened supper) each 35 cents. ): ,. ,Ii. ,. ,' .'',-
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have fine beach and drive sickness .. '.'f
as a as could be no !litttcl': \\1Ilt: the may provo-to ,) -' r. .
this week Mr. D. L.: Alvarez who Jj 2' 4.: .f S..
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found in I S1'HKnILJ -' .. ; ,,..' t.. .,. .. -4. .. .
Mayor's Proclamation. Florida excepting only the ocean lie. and, in any ordinary disease: will >KO> -CAIJSTIJACTo :i' ; '" $ .- ,. .0k }
:has sold beef there all the week. i r '.Ii rr/: ,. .. .\..'lIP. -' #;
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beaches. effect a '111'1'11CIIJ'C.( Demand the ; -', < f ,
fti < genuine >, ''''' 'r i ,
Jlev. G. -W.- -Patterson- being absent There will be an election held by Mr. andh's.: Aaron Smith of Ware with the Z-->tUlIp: on the wrapper. :* t at<' 1 Iaw a t'Jwdal.-. f -.. .I.--1. .,.. ;' 4 "t' ..' ",".. ....:. ..".. + :.' :r .:; {l .,u90, S' r.4,
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I the. rt'ristered'oter of the town of I A1 I stiacti> furjd'tiiF.i: I! ..;. ., '.. $ ., -x ;..., :".Jt-. ; -y
Massachusetts .
last Sabbath there were no ;;: are expected to spend the I \rClrt-:I,-,(', Lien. Tax I .. > ...: ." I.e. '*.. .. <1W ; j' '' ..
Staike on Saturday December17 winter in their lovely on the lake -.... t. .. .. ...,. ;. .' 1" "t .'. S
cottage t tnchr.if-nt.: : -n'h! _. ; '. . ..
services held in the Baptistchurch., '" ." yo.4" (.". .i.!.. > i.tt;, .
. A. I ). 1887 for the of electing shore. Ki-ciir i i Z a:.-.iiFi--iiilV': : : X Y" '''''',,! '\ PStsl
,, purpose Martyrs to Headache oIII: : vt_ __ ::
.He t i.i: BI..d:1"1'\\ t..e <.,:':' --.o. .' ",. ;iV r.:. t. w
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,, antonr ebb is mill is I ;; .
at last: in \ Town Clerk The saw running on full time '. r- ,. ..' ".. ) # .q-.. ... H
one Mayor one one ;
'ate 01 i \u': : !. \ : : .... 1;' Ii>"' ,
Florida with his famous car and we. with plenty) of orders. Seek relief in vain, until they begin to t .t. '."s : :-. LI 1 '
I Town! Mai>hal, one) Town Tax: Assessor 1J"d'I"1 "! .itirMSI ;lS\. ; -'t V,
:Mr.\ Ralph Hlar.chard: h-i: !; juct! completed ... : -; >. '.
; use Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Then they regret '; HitL;".'" '''< : : *
may expect him through here any and two Aldermen. r (t' : 14" : --1. ; _,;,"ff1. :!.:.'. ,p #L
his first; contract in contracting: and I the years of suffering they might : Globs; Co. i .: : : : -t .

, day. _.._. _____________ Given under my hand and seal in building: and reports favorably. Mrs have escaped had they tried this remedy -,- .-l' .,> : : ., t .
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Mr. W. C. Uanits, after viYitingfriends : the town of Starke tin, the 7th day Winsoi, of Wiiihoi! Cottage,: was the lucky earlier. The trouble was constitutionalnot *' l.\* :. ; f >'''!''"l 3'J -' 'I .

in Starke a few days the first of November, A. I). 188;. employer. W'j predict for )Jr. B. !i MHI'lsf -- local did; and its effective until Ayer's work Sarsaparilla "' 'u!:'. .. / ,a.......,... ,LI./ ."".ft.'' .. :-'-,"&' \::?*. l' -..-. ..

_ ill__ _future'.____ ;_in n _Iiia n_ r-lio-.ci__. __ ._ VIJPiI_nnn.lull). I as an II f "..I.I--! .r. "\"."...1 ;: .; .. .' I ." .F ,-
of the week left T. A. KXHHIT.ua : : : .
Wednesday for Alterative and llood! Purifier,they were (',. A -. -
:NOliN'; iO'f-\ '
Mr. :Sase's:;: new" house is enclosed and: ; ;:: #.-... ; -
1 compelled to suffer. .. .
Gainesville.Mrs. -- .
i yore tine :Silk!! L'1d."l.J.! :: : .... ....
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presents; :a appearance.Mr. : : ZI.a'nit' .
wife of Samuel 21 Austin -
Page, '
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C. B. McClemjy, of the beau \ Star has: added :another loom to his St., Lowell, :\ aJ,3.; was, for a long time, ... ........ y i-i, t. .. ,'f

4. tiful of the Tow Clerk. cottage. "Wlrit's: up?" Wait and !see. I IIr. subject to severe headaches, the resultof .ft7fII'J 1'1'I r.: .i, ..:: '.

city amc> name, is in ---- -, )l Win. :Strickland) is about! to Mail I stomach and liver disorders. A per ;'- "'r'i:...;... '..,. ,. _, "YT.__'.j' 0-\ .. ,,1,.;:. r. ,.. '.' .
the city visiting with her sister :\Jrs. To My Friends. -t, Vi.t 1 II'. S I'". ;f( ,
for KisMinmee to winter.i Thatis fect cure has been effected by Ayer'sSarsaparilla. ; --i. : #, .
: pl'llIlth' J ( a. i1't" : ':. "I'--I).". \ .. _'
J. L. Gaskins. EDITOR: TI'I.EGIt\1'u-l'lease{ allow me ; .
riht."m.., start i l-t \ ar l II .oe .
; your < :\ --r- ; "
the use of yt-ur columns to (hank my Frank Roberts, 72T Washington St., : : .-'f, : ',( ..:-

The Bradford County Drainage< tricmls for the kind ink-rest they are taking kissing ind you!something will not regret, and it.I then keep it up, Boston headaches, says that and he formerly until he had took terrible W. B:. JI\Tl: l :. : : < :' ;: .

Company have or CO acres dearl'd.r ni ni} behalf, and to say: that I mul declinethe Ayer's Sarsaparilla, never found any : i
Mr. Heuder: on and fiiend from Starkt I ti' .
!h y gxfr ffiJB" "growing I honor of being candidate: for 3layor. J medicine that would givePermanent I.- t'Ji.l \
g crops enjo\ed a pull!1 on our I beautiful I 1-jki-! or.Sundaj DEALKU IN | :1'S
in a few in 1h hs. j 11 expert scoj to entire; : in a business; lat:: All arc wclcMii". C'omeacam. % Relief. Vt >.. ::

,,0 --.-- I I which will require my entire time. Every Spring, for years," writes DRYGO\.. ":': ; 'o :

The Farmei-f' Alliance, a farnier.4 W. W. MOORE. Lizzie \V. DeVean, 2iV2! ; Fifteenth St., *..,. :. .. ;:
: i :Mrs. C. :M. Ptuidy pa; ;;1'! ... ; -.4
club, is rapidly growing in members with friends near Mulduburg.All : I able headaches. I commenced the use ':. !
I Lakeview Randoms. of Sarsaparilla: last March, and \ .". "- ,
Ayer's / ; i j .I'
and no doubt will soon be a lar-'e Sand : of our farn.eisnre 1,11with U.iir t have" not had' a headache since that GT Vj .J .':.: J.X 1' ; ../ L

prosperous body. I j Hurrah for Lake'ieThere! i is ."\ par-: cane working now. Auic i i- a C'l"O:1; 'thai time." ... '.: J :
"I suiTered from headache, iudigpotion '-'h :
The Ladies' Aid Society:; of the j $y negotiating for 300 ticu-s of land to put should be plr.ntul: more geneially. Tin u- and debility, and was hardly able ", .. ..; .:".,-..';., '-..;.--,' ". "....'; 1. -L ". f>t. ", .. I,

j a full and complete No. 1 nm.sery hci c. is a !sine Jind)! certain profit in its cultiv- ': to drag;: myself* about the house," writes! I --- ..;: :: i i if -
Presbyterian church have raU on Sirs. M.: )[. Lewis, of.A St., Lowell, I ; .4
Such an enterprise is much needed. Then lion It has no in"ict enemies, riijiiiii> Sarsnpanlla has worked I 7: = >.. ., .' ;, '
Mas Ayer's ,
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hand $2W, which]. they expect' to I ,; ue will not have to send of to get oui' but little work dining the hot season, ::1-: a marvelous:., change in my cjt.se."; I nowfeel j ;: 2 s -'i ,t* -\ '*-. hf.- ? r, :. : ;;;: ...: r7-l ,... ,. ,.. ;, .,

use in seating their rbuich. .j uu-ery stook: but gel it light on our own ways iroes to tup' whit h i- \\ hat is wai.-: strong anti well as ever. I aj */ r ?. vs ; I .. ',,.";:' :, I -

ground. Within the last iwo mouths. ed. The mat: kit is r:1"1'J" ovir lotded. I Jonas Garman Esq., of Lykins, Pa., 4.l'L' -. ,', .:

TheY.. C. T. e. ('Ol11&>IIII'1:1tl': gi\- there! hlcl'lI: one order alone, placed :and i;;; "just too sweet f'jr :uij"thing." :Jill:: : ivritrs dreadfulyevery, : For years Spring;:I, from have headache suffered, I I K'iT; : j"j"n ::- ..v.. ''t... .. t

ing an entertainment. ) between' : the with an outside 1irn. for live thousand' please tliin't forsM. ) It. i iMr caused by impurity of the blood and ; ,:.: A. ., '
bilousuf-ss. It st-emed for days and .
holidays.:: Piocccds to be n'ed for tce';. Why! should not this have been at T. It. Brown the l'lIerHie ami week that my )II'a.1'oul.1 split open. RU aiB; CHEiUICALS; t :.' : .t.....

1 lull. home where we !we just the soil ad.inlI ( : efficient engineer; of !I.jktview, wain Nothing;:: It.lien.ll me till I took Ajer'.i I J ,
the Temperance I : -
repairing Sarapar.c1a.! This medicine has cured : .
I,: to such a buMtscs.: *. And: there will be town t the tit her t day inakinzaH, !I hii P1'Y i>n me coinrJftely.Vlun .'' ; ;... -. : ;. : -. 'yj !

Miss Faiinic Martin! has: accepted) t a ;Mill greater: demand: for nursery stop whom ho called.\ Coin? again, :wil"C:: \ Mrs.: ( enevra Bi-langer, of 24 i .-!! ', .c-.1; ; '. .. ..." .,."_..*.:. tlt-: fss

a poaition as music teacher in the 1! from now oil.Ir. will take time and show up our benuiifn! Bridge;: St., Sprinjrtield: )Ia" ., began;: to : -. .,, .. :.. -j ', --:.'. ... ,. ;"'.. .. '
1 use: Ayers Sarsaparilla, she had suffered -: ( --- ., !. '' t ... ; '
Melrose High! .School, and willl'a\'f' ) Hnnnfs 'g.itot; died last week. lake. for some years from a serious affection '> "';_'_. .or:' ".: .., ._-. ; '7 )

Our merchant received his new stock of of the kidneys. Every Spring;: also she .. .. ,s.; :.v' '" .
iu, a few days to enter: upon herduties. I was atHicted with headache, loss of :<. .. ". ) <
last week 'Laws gi.nd ths and rich! II I n: .,
giMnl> > por appetite, and indigestion. A friend persuaded ,.. .. ) .. '.
f The Lakeview M.i; ;;;ouic Lodge teturn I rule the law." Bal )let us be lii.uiK iu her to use A>.,r's Sarsaparilla, -.14;: '. -_.:. ". :. ..- I.. :- .1
Mr. Barney--3Icliae had thy im-. hanks to )Ir.... .J.! .>. T Fcwkes of Lake that any poor suiu-n-r i',in '.uy wii,i ;,: j which health is benefited now perfect.her wonderfully.Martyrs. to headache Her- / .. 0 .. .

1 nrttin#' ., ? c !oile for the neat window cuitain with I cents n !bolile) of va \ .IIII'!! (MI should try 1 --r nrpur.VrT I i

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'" ,-- ;. "- '. --I. _- -,-- ._- -_._.-- JI1'a1 '.' A'BerlTal.Jtt Headjetr.A" De Colt 111.4 the PeVAe4lemanwhO X Ns- --- ; L

-:. WIID8 ,or WISDOM.. :' .: 'Jrft.1r "' ,revival" almost ke a two-year-oil
(I : //an- forgotten '
; : .
; __... IB the colt in a!lot where thfrefa fruit has been
Rjfjtt r fashion "is s to-be'impending
; lom.IB*.manwl hetoils. ; rL'. ..
1_ it :Trench capital. The pansian exquisite particular of late to have all the fruit that
ththpicIioian'sA : ; EST RELATIVE!, beloved' fell the gathered before the _
., .i&ahauf appear on his boulevards during night

r .i f : *' 4 .* .I.h."f:1 AND GA -.EN. in.he headgear affected by John colt was turned out in the morning, \t_ _..

:73liIdiissof address and: ''manner* is by '. ik.7 '.f-:-- .Bull in."the early.years of the present. thinking the fellow would get all that

no means .a unimp<{rtant' seasoning ;. 1/ \, lang Pigs. century. If the forthcoming hat is not his system required if.he ate what ,fs1

,ss$,* 1 : .friendship. : ".'Jar* ol&sfll usually commence to actually made of "bearer," it .will.be during the day. Yesterday afternoonone

i':.. OW'Yby ? if.y eerrible t t then be" eafTi.de itFhree: weeks old, and the, simply on. account of the; increasing of the family heard a pear tree rattle,

efPfly,1.; mnJ more aJleft-freitbe I portion put within I aUrcity of the animal, which is gradually and, slipping the.window to see if three

-. ouM- abow th_ trnkeq Not 1 but'by their a\.t.e quicker they will learn to disappearing before the encroachmentsof t was being molested, she aw the colt
: t wr4ieok1hcme ; Z4' wisdom acjjaired.-V i make a ilieed. If they can have a lit- Western civilization. Btt the beaver rubbing against it. Directly pair was I
A '
is not and with only that'amount ; started and the colt at once made for it.
much the
.. t1e..jreshini1k at the start so "gone" yet; _
wW be what.you ano con- I which Th'en : the rubbing operation I Yin tIl r'dvul
*.r,(OITIZ beagi Io1y down; ai a better, bat by common tonsent skim L of encouragement is I -repeated _

J .- preferable. ,'. milk is ounted sufficient to meet piggy's I afforded by the absence of constant till another till, which secured and ate :
I It 1
Aol n ebsi,lad therW1tCbee7. ,The art .of. exalting lowliness and -notion. With milk as a starter they will L molestation, he would soon again largely He-had been seen,.rubbing against the: I ('P

ir : giving gane t'Uttleigi.one of soon take to slop made of mill feed. It i is contribute to the world's store of valu'I I tree before, but his movements were not *Wi'eno _
: DieS.W. able furs. The watched. But his owner' has doubt
te not the large hog that pays, but the'one I mighty hunters
II I&; 1: r.Lu1KD; Let help'thV still the few that he has secured his shire of the fruit,
E-.I rLmomczRa. u fallen though-? .tht. makes the largest quantity-of'Iork: : now beginning to penetrate remaining L t

I, V sUAo's:' :'Jislon- Jodjtiftbeshehadabeau-f\ft "Tp'Of' r ? they never pay us and let ; in'the shortest time and on the smallest; sanctuaries of animal life would I and didn't t eke up windfalls' 'either.Hartford .- _
i -1m wit- '
I.-qv .nSsznne14'.icoMoutic.fla.. And now wi&MuM who sit a-ro., out expecting usury of" ttn : amount of food. If a pig comes in during do well to remember in time the fable of I Courant. _. I

1-: IOV.V/1k1D1oC&11JackaoiyU1s. Along the wall fetfc> c-hi:' rT'ltTr %. One of the original tendencies of the April he has nine months during the goose and the golden eggs: Unless -"------ -

r Witbsoinetbfn She jSrtTrHt' -.e grace. human mind, fundamental and universal, which to grow by the end of the yejr. 'If some breathing space is now permittedto L At Ralakhan, near Baku, Russia, anew ;

I Ph U.ATnis) ; And yearns' "7sber.ue mazy waltz; is the love of other people's private af he is well bred and from "good stock of it in its principal settlements, the extinction petroleum spring which rose 150 __

4* Distri liOL VbZICP DavIdao DQugbsTt7. nOBhicy., p--1 Ij-anangelJirdlsgnlse smelling-salts., fair r # }>; hogs, he should easily be made to weigh of the beaver is within a very yards floodetflfce.countiy, impregnating STBJAc" Etfi)

: r4!*; Ortgs.. .3 walk before oar human eves! I The man to wh m: virtue.l is but the I 250 pounds during the nine months of his I easily measurable distance. In Americathe everything. Nobody ventures to light afire

.; ,. tr. *. raBOTiTOOCKT:* /7/rtTiere'er the fever-smitten Ik ornament of life.. : prices of beaver skins have risen from for fear'fee town-will g. ff like- Be.
Fifth Jrfldal Clrcnlt-Hoo. W. B. .-' In haunts character, .something over
Wsods of
A grimy _
r Unt, Ga.Bcprem court Justice,aaslnad, Along the dark and poverty squalid,street, and above, not essentialta1t, .i!'not yet $3 to $5 each during the last six years. fireworks. ____, ,, ,, _' 0 I l L'i: ; )
Hon. Doa A.ardeewOrcasIA.Chcui Winter Food for Horses.In A consignment of fur not since y'
I I 'Mid drunken long ;
; Jsdge. jests of boor and churl, anian. pS O.er-\Verk Women..i- ; : % ): _

I .. r .' K. at. Call,JackaonrDle. ,TJ. 8. Attorney, KorthernOUtrkt. -. JBbb- This goes with swift and pityinec*et- Promise not twice< to any man the service .the winter, when horses are not; shipped from Winnipeg by the.Uua.on'sBay For "worn-out '"run-down" -deb1Ut&frchool _illIedo
same old-fashioned ( s teachers milliners.sesjastreysjawse.
the destruc
/ Company
worked than is sufficient to'give p' ,
L more
; ,4 be.able to render him and over-worked wrnweswauy,
W.c. Bird,Manbal,Northern District James B. Kenyan, in the Ventury. you may ; tion of keepers and m
.i J. them healthful l exercise, good tinio- over 5,000 beavers, which exceeded Dr. Pierce's Favorite'PrescrlPt1OiL *the best
ridup Wa if
4 Jacksonville; l>. C, WiI.oTafla. nob-loquacious. _you wish to be esteemed .. "
Lii...',La. that of all other furyieldinganimals of all restorative tonics. It IiOt'VUt-ll.
t Uuuphr. cut before me ha'l
,Pencacola. Crki,Ncth. MornIng Dew for Her lor Kindness. thy nay mossom ,
I Complexion. your but admirably fulfills a s1ngiene'aL PUTpOee
$ I
t,1itrtct. of the district
,. formed and soon after the head has with the one ex a most potent SpecifiC foratet'ifl.
.23l TBBJIS- THMM A young'woman who claims Never hold any one by the button or appeared of the being .
,4 HTWCTt Augusta' will be sufficient keep them In ception marten. would be an ic eaknesses and Diseases pecuMarto Women
... .: ; : Jackfonville,nnt Monday in December. as her home, and who officiated as maid the hand-in order to be heard oul for i good cQndition. Hay thus made contains I infinite pity if this most interesting I t is a powerful general as well Uterin ,tonic tt'esI
.. Tailahaaaee, flrat Monday hi and nervine, and r and strength
Febroary. to New York belle who people are unwilling to hear taparttj
last you, you
i; Prnaacolt,flnt Monday in If arch. spent sum- the following nutritive elements per 100 creature were to be wiped out of the to the whole system. promptlY cures weakness -
( L .. : ,... ISTI1CT met at Bar. Harbor, has just cleared up had bter hold your tongue thl them. pounds, viz. : book of nature.. of stomach;indigestion ob1oatin ,weak
-" cotzoTtherI District : what was regarded, even at that resort, There.are many shifts -and'etianges, back nervous prostratIon debilitY and sleep* .

; 1 R Bsu.ii.Thos CsUJsckaouvwe, SaDie,Jsek.oivllhs U.) ,Judge. used as it is to queerfreaks, as mysterious but-if,we stand sti -nd bide our time, Albuminoids.. ... .............Pound. 9.fi y* I Paid In Raid Coin. les nes ;in either MIL under Favorite our posUivt Prescriptionis 'yuarnn- ,1' t I.. I

;. .?1 ,., w. C.kdJ4Ck5O3yIfle| MaraaU.ttorziey. actions. Every morning lady's maid the current was this to-day "Cqbo-hydrates..... "... ............. 50.51 In Dec., 1886. I.S. Johnson & Co.,Zi Custom tee.sold See by druggists around bottle. Price fLOOa I/I
2 my way Fat........... ...... House St. Boston Mass.,offered wrapper :
r : PbllIp Water,Jaekumrllto. dak, Zartern Dl. was seen to leave the will in .... ....... 3.33 eight premi bottle, or six uutiico for$v.w.
hotel between set directipnlo-moiy parable
_* ,!JPIOgk : five an opposite ums in gold coin which they say created A large treatise" Diseases of Women,profusely iWity.iiT w
1. : D. .Wflion'Fafliiuses, )irkjlddtolMTUIon. I and six, and spread on the grass something row;; and if it should not do so, what is This gives a ratio of 1 of albuminoids to a great interest among people who kept illustrated with Colored plates and mu- _

I :, I p. flumphrep,eniacola, Western DU I that looked very like a fine white ust.V- 5.6 of carbo-hydrates or the very best for hens to so much so, in fact,that they authorizeus merous 'Wood- ntssent for ten cents In stamps. bii'pitH;
., *lil.t; thafo 4 say that they shall offer Nov. 1st 1887, .&ddressWORLD'S DxsPxitSAnTMEDICALASN.Y. : ; -
r 44- zs.s: handkerchief. Then, having waited a fhe bitterest tears shed over keeping an animal in perfect health and another list of premiums for the bests results u iATioy.j;! >63Main Street. Buffalo ;

1 ::8 Ixtwi'ttTlaion JackaonTine, tni Monday In I few moments, she would gather up the words left unsaid and iavesarufor condition. When a horse is worked mod- from the use of Kheridan's Powder to Make 1 : -
Hens Of
II 4- article Lay. course all who compete cannot' A pARTT.qfleStiOn: time do. think .: ,
1/ rt .itid i. Dhlon-T&flshae..e t and return to her mistress's cham-' done. .'She never knewhow.. efately it consumes a larger portion of get one of the premiums, but some of the last they will have supper?" *

I .- -q .. r.bqiary.'." ". flnt Monday In ber. She now explains that it was partof her." "He never knew what he was Tome. carbon and some nitrogen, but needs less ought year'to reports have sent been us well show satisfied that if the they parties had % disease of so delicate a nature a; T thAi : -
i >VW. t ni DJvUloB-Penaacola, flrat her duties to wet a lace moiichoir-is ." "I of this than of the former hence urethra should .
4&aack Monday In always meant t make_ more of ; corn, not received any other benefit than the increase stricture the only be en-
:$ '4V the lady called it-with the early dew of our friendship.1 Such wotdg are. the beinjttich in carbo-hydrates, makes a of eggs they got while making the trial. trusted to those of large experience and skilL JIM '
; 1'ATE OFFICEBS.AttorncyO morning and then lay it over the face of very good food for horses slow For example the first premium was twenty By our improved methods we have been enabled -*" "' :
arrow which cruel death shoots doing -- --- 1rsiJ.
poisoned five dollars taken by C. A. French, Washing to si>eedilvand permanently cure huntdreds -
t t: -'. -. -. Govoi-Award. A. Perry,Taflabus... the New York belle, who had an idea backward at u? from the door of the heavy work. If the work is rapid, as- ton, N. H.who fed thirty hens the Sheridan's of the worst cases. Pamphlet, reference I :.

jL rai-C. P. Cooper, Tallahaaaee that it softened and added beauty and blchre. sep driving on the -i ads, one-third of Powder for eight weeks. The first week he got and terms-10 cents in stamps. World1 Dispensary \ I
.$4atrryoftteJohn. L. Crawford, TallahaaCvgftnOit freshness to her complexion. .. i iVA i bran should be added part J4 only ten egcsrthe third week the hens laid :201 J Medical Association,3 Main Street ( ., _
Privately, to the corn to fur- ,and '
-4T' *: eggs the eighth week 208 eggs. During Buffalo N. Y.
4! : D. Barnti,Tallahaaiee. the maid admitted-not expecting to-." Gorgeous Chinese nish the needed albuminoids. eight weeks trial he got 1398 which, at the '
e 's 'Tmaorer-K. B. Crlil,TaZlahueee. Pageant. Care is to eggs N.
HE Irlhe who
renders the.greatest
k"- .-.. -' .. .'AdJ UM O neral-Darid Lang, TaHahaaiee. engaged by the same damsel auotii "* t. be specially taken to avoid giving dusty I I I price In of eggs in Boston or New York markets number happy.happiest '
r- : son-that Chinese residents of San Fran- mid-winter, would have yielded $48.60,or
Laud.s the II -
er and Immigration-C. L young lady's rune food of kind in the winter I Sl.55for each hen .
: have any or keeping in eight week's time. Considering L- Sick and bilious headache' c'ured'by Dr.
I ; I Public Ii tnictloMA.of failure, as her complexion always [ a remarkable parade in horses in stables under clover-hay ora I the small expense of keeping a hen no Pierce's"Pellets." Ii
-. : : J. 'Bui- moist and rather shiny, instead of h. for of a great idol known as "Tan loose floor. animal on a farm will pay like that. The
dusty -New York Times. fourth premium which was ten dollars went To whom you betray your secret. yon.five
Immlgratlon-A. the clear tint she ing, brought from China. \ --
That'first -
;t u A.Robpaon!| hoped for. recenty. to Mrs.E. B. Carlin, Conklin Centre N. Y., your liberty. '
I i .uu1 snow qfwinter is commonly The parade Oriental magnificence, I. who in the eight weeks received from forty NYN tT4'4SEJTARB ____
L COUBT.ChUf sup- but confined to streets And Farm and Garden Notes. hens 1707 egg4. The first week she only got "I want thank yon," writes a'yotmgr man
L; J tiee-G o.O. MeWhorttr,Tallahaaaee. posed to remove freckles is an old con- 'a' alleys in 36 eggs, but the last week 277 eggs. to B. F. Johnson & Co., Richmond Va.,"for
-, p. ceit, but that the Chinatown. The costumes banners and Straw and This placing me in a position by which I am enabled .
f&. iZ Sd& *? r.Tallaha see; morning dew enhances unpalatable hay should clearly demonstrates that the use of n.
U. Valkenbug ,Juk.onyllle. the complexion of a city belle is indeed Oriental weapons, all incident of the pa- never be covered with brine to induce Sheridan's Powder to Make Hens Lay will Increase to make money faster than I ever did before." : \a C
4.- w a the profit several hundred cent. This is but a sample extract of the many hun L SLiT
PUILIC LAIts-U. 8.Land& new f&d.v-->-Leiciston. (Me.) Journal.JohnAdamstolllsWjfe. rade, were brought from China especially cows to eat more. Johnson &Co.will send two 2.'cent per packs of dred similar letters received by tbeabove firm. .' asa ., _
; mIndoffice, GsJntt7flls---B. C.TuckerRejUter.piK for this occasion. There were 1,000 Sheridan's Powder postpaid to any address for I See their advertisemenfin another column. PtLLcb LIV8tb
Glycerine water in u
t : :4 1T151 IiIDL: .. PMnnmpn in linn And rmmorrma PViim>sn equal parts, is I 50 cents in postage stamps; or a large 2V pound : 'ROT AL Gune'mends anythlngl Broken China PIL'
-- an excellent dressing for horses' hoofs can of Powder for $1.30. To each
: iWi i' women on- to person ordering .Glass Wood. Free Vials at Drugs & OroELY'S
ce, richly horses.i'i. .
caparisoned ; '
jsa Mltahei a large above
Corn. can as will
: John Adams, in one of his letter to I -' prevent undue brittleuess. they send fre
,. his : >:- ti ire column presented a ulaze of one copy of the "}armer' Poultry Guide" : OF I.llI'l'.ATIOYlI.ASK .
wife, made these remaks concerning Some recommend ( cents). : _____
-: to poison, FOB JOS. PIERC&S PEI.Z
a woman's larger .dz. '--. n-KerinVrf-i
COUKTTConaty OPPICZRL "Yoifr moth : J "''' reek wns awanle It X L115 ldes walked attendants every ground squirrel you can, be- In Germany the hid of the catfish 1 cal. Price "Cents, LITTLE SVOAR-COATED PTT.r4HeIn
? iijg lugtiQJer their heads banners lieving them as misc.hievous as rats. is entirely vegetable, I
t:1- Jodxe-J.B.lUckard. ting understanding and a of tanned to form tough and supple ll Will to more In CnrlncCATARRH
v judg No oil erate without to the sy-
r. r a rk of Clrct Cevt-H.W. Tark. ment, as well as an honest, a' v penetrates wood so well as 1 l leather. AitVR) or occupation. Put up in glass V I

1: .I TU 8kt riff-H.W. tepenon, and a charitable heart. friendly gT men 1-. the processiofigTied an crude petroleum, sone-is !o cheap, and cally sealed. Always fresh and r'l
niior-KO. is .. ..
Wainwririt. one none so effective Frugal and industrious Tk 8500 in T a laxative.alterative, or pnif
implements as a preservative. men are
tfl ) Tu CeOcc'County thing, however, which you will forgive war long gilt matfes, ..ther way. these little Pellets give the moat

1' me if I hint it to you Let me ask you elaborately carved swords or speart X T apple crop has Mr SU .JefWTSrry ,htM to the establifovd governments the idle [Apply Balm Into .ach MStrfLtgw'y satisfaction.Billons. s,

T7. Sonrfyor-John P. Pratt C. K. ratter if. are not of around whose points 'were ) failed, taking the country together u i" '! nger us. ;t '
you ,
tvxiniy Comm1ulonersL.Wftoflk ,, my opinion git Greenwich K.T
_ --:. .- Ztout M. B. B0ue1e71 l John P; driwi. and y.We.. Were, not her talents and virtues too lizards, inakes and flaming :_. within the memory of the oldest inhabi- -- LSJ [JEJ4Ql i'

___ 4f. .' j nfined to private, social, and do- number of tall that iprang tant. I and r1thi '.
Purity I .
g : aTy : I i'fet' My opinion of the duties twenty feet in the air preceded Another Hay in ricks or stacks can be very I StrengthS ND / Head e1it: ; _

..- .,, j- -. : i ind morality comprehends a heavily armed battalion, attl'r' 'd in thb cheaply covered with plain lumber The former in the blood aad \. .I Dlzzll\e., Indirestroo, Constipa.Zion '..
r-T. A. Knt4i! yellow and tbe system are nooeswrj to the .nJoymea& of perfect -
"ive Attacksandall
I connection with weapons boards, and the cost of doing saved i4 Billons
society ca" so ,
bsl-E. .
D.ft&ZJ. -"* no two' of .which were health. Th.beat war to secure both Sa tea UkHood's S f derangements of the stomach
--, I t _., .- Md4h'r "Crests of:the pub- Immediatplv' 'nrpeetl alke..the one or two seasons. j, &.wbioh expel*Impurities from and bowels are prompt-,4 .
; :- -- yLt. uoikt wwurai morality, and, ---- miQht Where the larvre of potato bugs begin I the blood roimei the kidney aad llrer overcome '1 U N iyreiievedandpermnnentll '
joss Tan _ _
: ... : 'more, jriltian! benevolence, make Wong was a barfd nd kettle musicians eating the vine, but are stopped, fje that tired teeUn and Impart that freshness the DALY NAMMESLIi$ AIT n {E Sin. cured by the Pleasant use of raraUft Dr.Pierce's _
e whole body which makea one feel perfectly well. _
Mbljfr&niy to endeavor MANHATTAN NAMMEIt BAlIlAlu
tot drums gong lants put out new leaves, and does its Pu s In explanation of the removal
while _
wcteaturea a body era kept I "I hare taken met quite a bottle of Hood'a Saris Bead for Cs Pellets variety of<
; to the utmost best to r over so great a
I IB up a constant ade of frec.cken. / repair damages. parilla and east say it U one .f tile beet rnedlelaea CKOVZUL1NO, r'x. OAXJEJJttw may truthfully be said that thessfi. _

4 -- --- i MilU promoting Twrilticai supportI I Twelve worshipers clad in lght elo" The New York Ttilune says a good for firing an appetite purifying tbe blood and refulatlng 84 and 85 ch&mbeee 5. York a the system ia universal not*gmMescapiog \
bontn ; carried the digestive organs that I ever heard of. Itdid :_ their sanative fnflueneaw' ,
ga V.U. which the -hap- I Tap Wong, who st in. i cow fed only on pasture will always pay : me a great daal of good."-Kss. N. A. STARLIT, Pensions$0501 Heirs. Seo4ftamCOL. druggists 25 cents a vial. Manufac1
;i I chir. About him and behind double the cost of four or five pounds of -+' nAM.'s"- L. B1NOD.C.- Chemical Laboratory of WORLD i D
--. 'lepends? Thebe7 priests in long black sat IT's'.at bran daily in milk or butter. ( *aaitOt N.T.Hood's _( MlDICAI.ASSOCIATIO.V,BufflJO,A.!
I ,
capacity and in- that wept the ground. f Sarsaparllla ..
.in usjvate life, I were accJpmed The earlier manure lying around the jo--c
i;.. -- Ensi by bearers barns is old by all draaIItL 11, six for$5 Prepared oaTy
arisli to :
ora town sers were applied some growing crop, '
the ends I by C.L HOOD CO,Apothecaries Lowell Mata. !
5 It On. moutearorfEgale and Tan Wo h ed poles. the less plant food will be given to the I YStheFREICW j$5OO'
-Following :
100 Doses One
DollarKIDDER'S .
air and T u Wagon Scald
red that ti.7 feet Jong and d Dragon 170 the adjoining stream or slough. Ten l.e>m. Hint Btarlaft, BruiTmrt
1.1t.'If.J $ the most Farmers should Be*n ud Rnm Box fcr -'ed bl th.
_. gorgeous ever seen i : remember that head of Dr. '

J1 Ie ,at) supported by sixty v ica. It wasmonster work saves a great deal l of hand work, I TCTT' ilMSVal 860.*.for trt*prw*Uj : =1 med, fo -
hippers. This aria* O>( B4 tAtnm $ Chronic Nasal. Cata .
nnd if pspet .
its relieves
opened systematically performed '
\' ,' :': body* and by applianc known;, writhed its the routine of life of some of its dull- T. OF CATARRHV-M
a 1.: the Chinese u only A 3IOXTII can be beavy headache obstruction of the Bal

't ,... ..". !. .'I(1/4 _ _ _ .neral outward ness.Fall planting trees has strong advocates S 100 $300 made AGENTS working preferred for'5. into passages, discharges falling from the M
; essed of life I f the throat. sometimes profuse, wand
.. who can uraflsj,their own horses and give their time
to devour thetortions. among experienced tree-planters, to the business. Spare moments may be prontaMy acrid at others thick.tenacious,moon
tr i"- and where a planter has given that a fair employed/iiio. A<. w vno.inc-les In towm and cities. purulent bloody and putrid; the eye.r
it .,. f.t a..i. .i' 'I" The I IA B.F-JQH.VSOXftCO./lOia Main St, Richmond. %a. weak watery. and inflamed; there Is rU
: ;\: t ? to be trial his favorable testimony, as a rule, is in the ears. deafness hacking or coup
fBl ouse t 99 m. day. wcrth FRXB
lJ 11 secured. I fl.50 clear the throat -expectoration of off*
; .t"l ". 8 RK CURE FOR S Line not under the hone's feet writ*
matter with scabs from
Jj. Y'tf;' >.t Brewiter Safety Halo Holder Co, ,Mich. together nlont I
.rf t .i. \ij- One thing dairymen in this country I! INDIGESTION and DYSPEPSIA. Holly ,- voice is changed and has a nasal twar;.

; :ff IDtt:1.m' t".ir,.. u, 1L.r :, X .ess generally neglect : that is to CUI ry their j Over I.1m Physicians barn lent na their approTal of I II breath is offensive; smell and taste mi
{ paired there is
i ,f ; a sensation of dizziness,1
r&i h / D DIOESTYLIN saying that It Is
ff" cows as well feed them. the bent PIAZRALE
I. 2W. as Cows well preparati
pqt "Vffl : .. trj") } ",} under. for Indigestion that they have ever nsed.wa : mental depression a hacking cough ana I
{; .tt', ( i (. li '0 financial cared for will pay the interest on a mortgage We have never heard or a case of DyspepefA wld era debility. Only a few of the above
( '. }.P <'A'V'.j I?.f iV.i.t !# ; and attack the principal D IOESTYLIN was taken that not esrct. UES'r-IN TUB vanRLD UlltnOtt Ip symptoms are likely to be present in i aD
( !! 11 ,/tlrr 'f r "V'rl : ;. \ t' ...\ : 1 ?!iJlt": : acumen, FOR CHOLERA ,-Get the Oem no. Sold Kvcrrwhere. \case. Thousands of cados annually,
9 rl; i"o' 'I J )".t' i.' Sampson it is a good idea to manifesting half of the above symptosult ,
"i J r'V''J': : .man'to dels says IT
t ,, 1( ', t 7 : WILL CURE THE MOST Great
.1i English Gout
AGGI\A\FATEDCASES. at id consumption, an'd end in the
'f ,
.t ,. ) f1
:'f 'J. 'of i It"" .,; .JI j Jr-l 21t tr. 1r'.; ". r, :$% lat not a de'sirestmcntj plant gooseberries among the rows of IT WILL IT STOP WILL VOMITING IN PREGNANCY. Bla"r's PI'II I uS. Rheumatic Rlme"- No disease is so common more decepl
.> '. t. ..ft; f ;i ... ,r, A9' : :;: i \ 1: < [ and to ar; currants. The currant worm will always For Summer Complaints and Chronic CONSTIPATION Elarrhuea: __ Oval_Box 31|_round,.!Fills.PATENTS dangerous or less understood By phyg 1 I
1,1 which the direct By its mild and
are soothing healing .
the results pn
tf ;, > \"'' ihf t ,1. [se prefer goosoberry, and the latter D IG&TYLINwIlIeffecta 1 ,, of Imperfect dimUon. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy the
? 'tj Immediate Obtallled. cures
.4":1-st fj .ring.'proftab cure. Send stamp 0:
"i'MJ1 d 1'tf- : 'f fir bushes alone need be treated to belle-bore. Take DTQESTYLIN for all pains and disorders of IDY6aton' Guide. L.EIHOWaahinjton cases or Catarrh, "cold In the k.
r j ; } .; ., .. '" i : > I the stomach: they all come from Indigestion. Ask I fl*..Patent Attorney. ,D.C. Coryza and Catarrhal Headset
.. trees that
.Peach have druMlst
1" n.\rrf.rf'il : yet,. In a greatgift good your for DKJESTYL1N V
> .F '" { (price per lam Sold _
\ by druggista everywhere CO
: !,If f' r" ..,,j" .'_ J' nrfl 'fj; i1( r; tl J\W :i jsia..Of this growth since spring need no other fertila bottle nd we)) win If he send does a not bottle have to It you.send one dollar to I. UrlUmprof.J.M.Burton.25th Habit CiiT .d8 tl fA..toryt Waul.4"foreADypar.CincInnati. ; ce'I.}

.I l 'tl. iII ". r' 'f.ij .',.';:'t .I1 ,. f 4ence. between, sue izer than wood ashes. Wood ashes are Do aot hesitate to lend your meney.express Our prepa house Id.U "UntoldAsony. from.CatarrhA;.
I -
} retlabla.
ff'"J'j" 1f. "r r EIt.bll.fhtwen Morphine Habit Cured In
'i 'i '., "''{ \ iJ 'sr"r,":.'. t ( here are some men also good forhealihg a pear tree which WM. F. KiDDunkrcb.. OPIUM 2tt Jay*. l\o par till .ft4. Prof.W. HA9S. the famousof mend
: Ii'0; 1" '",. 1;, ..rJ'J)! ; !,ffi .j'J ij L'f41{ ; uses .in./this direc- bears spotted or cracked fruit. Sprinklehe M.fact.1'inc ChemInts$3 John'Jt.,N.Y. Dr.J.btephena,Lebanon,Ohio. Ithaca N. K. writes: "Some ten yearn
> I I. 'r"", J..tj/r..Yi "" 1i" t.f. ; __ -. I suffered untold agony from chronla M
( '( \ A- .
> 'W Jt'tfrr ')4. IS If thet ground well beneath the -
{ saymg tree so far catarrh. My family physician gave me o|
4) ttr.. .. 1"1 Jt.f ". .k 11#; i it J'f ;ttitt1{ W,'. pJ" .,stand with 8 cap!- as the branches extend. \"WE.R Is Tho Best incurable, and said I must die. My eMIt i
4t such bad
; 1f P"6 u that toward
.I liA:' t} \ 1.f.ll.: + 1i1Ji.I', .five years' tIme, be Tie Chicage Times remarks that "th set. my voice one.would become every day so\hoarse I col
k44" Jiif'fif ; t, "j\.Ali; ,j.Jf1t. .i 5._ diudirils A' case SLICKER Wat8rproolCoal barely speak above a whisper: In the moaf
h4il$ i .ill,.f:'<.;'.','!-0 G ,,t ". general employment of machinery on \ :
my coughing and of throat
: \ .. ., h Inc of this mental FJslB my
,nf f.f < ; \ farms has exerted
; $ '. > .,, 'fi'Z'f : an unfavorable influerice 'Made. I almost strangle me. By the'use of Dr.St]
1jif' i. { 1"-- r.1.jI'f.i. .J\ : f ot long ago In this small fruit .05I (li1IS Catarrh Remedy.In three months,I
w g'r t" ; > on culture, landscape was a!
; DoaHwirtojmmnoneronapnnorrnbberecat
._,", i .l;" ,,,. .J/Xc." .: ii. \ tll' ''fr::!..J.; ; ; t' possessed this pecu- psi WIlla the. 1 n1FHl1UU.NnBLIC man,and the cure has been permanent.i'"Constantly
and farm
} > : t" : vegetable gardening. Mixed ftAD.-- 1Isabso1ntelp..is.ran4ri.drioorandwIIl keep you orr in the hardest storm '
14 :i; .pJA ;' 1: ; ,.Ii t .' Jf tl .it.I 4rs lucuB and takeno other.: If rtorr dot L
im- you keeper :
{ : judgment was
\ '
.,,, ,," 1.;,. : f' f tMy: { r.1)'tjif.. 'rfl.'Nf.. farming and horticultural pursuits ares' 1iave the nm wo".gendforrte criptireei\t Mm8 to A.S.TOWER.20 mninn St..RnIltOft.Ma Hawking and Splttlia|

:',, ;" J ,.t' ." : : ,t.: : y .f.ik i i. "-;"; < ..tl. { : 1.e by these associated certainly more in the line of 'Small" -- -- THOMAS J. Rrsereo, Esq. KOS Pint 9H
2 ((1 .l : hOl.J"l : ie outside observer he '*
,<,;Jt\ ..tt 1ll' i.tf.I; ; f,1tkJ. ; than i'large" farming. St.Louis Mo- writes: I was a great soft
, .. lliji ; : .rrc ; .. p'pj :3 ... .l.:%:: 1:, the fifth wheel of the from catarrh for three years. At times
.\ ,. {; 1 ; 'r: ,' : .Pc:' f f .. No., table has been more hardly breathe and wan hawki
cr'I i't
1 \ W.. \ .t. E'. \:1J" M5 ;; ;, i"'. wn and going from his improved I constantly

Lg \ } \ .;. f r;. .. i". t.r'J'I," ..V W".r ,I;Jr''J iif :' .....tJl., ,, ; and, when there, loaf- than the common tomato. Forty or and could spittinav not breathe ami for through the last the eight.nost.1"

: ,' 4 f "d'I. I.r./I- .'. +: ;j ,; t ""'1'2<' :''I..JI'..f1f. ( s sang in his pockets, more years ago they were seedy, watery], 'I II thought nothing could be dox?for me.*,
: ri '.4 : .
L .t' and of little lly J. was advised to
j value. For try. CO
IhSage'S *
: time the'chief
1 j' 't/JN a
; : .
: t
: : l' ; : ; : were slaving it from 1 .4: Rrmedy. anM well
am I
'i4t I .' ifiSJii.: tfSflrjtr4SVii'jrW. to it now a man. tett
,. them
"J.f"r.tt 't' 'fi '' r :; '-'\ .::;: ff/: ;|'.Jrumming up trade or attempt improve was in securing I s- C' it to be the only sure remedy for catarrh .
.f"r f
11 J M,1i"iJ,."f t"l '.7f.'i l }1'r'fi ip .. 'f"W n5;;;,}$0. "P.i V J" i:': J: iJ'V: *Ills'and< accounts. But flesh extra and early comparative varieties. freedom Now firmness from seeds of I i : fair manufactured trial to experience and one astounding has only to reauJIIa gir .I

1 < $ f. *n the this '
: 1' I : ranSe business, '- permanent cure
1 4'l1" : I IJ %
} % _
bred .
.. are for. Some of the best varietieshave'"so ,
/1 ,, .. iit.,1f@Yi' > .iUrl. J'Y' 'a\: $/ .t %ss member left the con- % ""
0 : l'l' !fIiJ":, i rpt,t';i ,. ,1, '.j J.f/"-rfr: ;..1,""'.i'rs-4l&-' remained- found that I much substance in their flesh II' rr Three Bottle, .* Core Catarrav1))"
..y ,>,' ,. i" : V A 'sT.vnpV't Vs that'they make excellent % EItI, ROBBIN&
u" ,. .,; : ;jif."JI''fiif.I with. the who hadJ4flenccand preserv s. For \ Run1l4Ta' 0. ColUlRllW
h' .. cr : $ tts2S.! one ..
;. ?!'l ./ .r.} -m' iit'iili: ,.,,.",.<-.,'Ii.",.' ', 1 r ;.f.ii\\.... {"'i1" ('-"'$ profit to their opera- canning they are also much better.than eq she Pa.a wu five: "My years daughter old verY had badI7.caarr 1

; 'i.1 ; ". Ifc % ? the thin, watery sorts. Sage's Catarrh advertised
.; '' J'it ..t' ".1 d l.;44j. ; '. .0., 1 -* o responsibility thrown upon Remedy ,
'' "t :-j--z cured bottle
j: u .;" <. 'Ii" lj. .',**- .i ?j.'f. h*, of judging of what to do ando The pl Iqves rich, moist 'soil. It is a for her and soon saW
i 1
helped her
,W: 4 1l"t4i t r 'M', J .\ ...' .!' .. v : 'f" I -. ; .a third bottle effected anent
;, tJ, .11"' # : .01- ...!... ii', ,. ;. ,..J" 1-0''I" ..]p .. .'N i':,: i' ;.l.i i I::" do was found'to be onerous to their eff i.in fertilizing the soil about ) I cure. She is now. eighteen ysara .

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