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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1888
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. X. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1888. NO. 4.

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-,- ..-ADVI'ftT"ING. R4TR. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS. ---. HE ARTIST AND HIS MODEL the sound of the shooting toward him OUR FIRST FAMILIES JOHANNES ISLAND. A DAY. IN JOPPA.

; w.I X w. 1 '' 2 rn. 6 in. 1! m.I An artist in his studio paced. and render him some assistance, but his In One of the World'
?jo. 'The Ideas of a Common, Red-Blooded Where It Is mod What a Naval Offlc f 11ahls and Scene
--I------: DR. JAMES CIIACE, Knitting his brow with thought: profound; hope was never realized. His compan. Every-Day American Citizen. Know About It. Oldest Cltlen.

lQuare. f 1 G ti. tO e.! flU .4 00 '! (XI !9 on Ills And handiwork."inspirations"his own did walls abound.graced ion heard no sound of a gun at,all. II If there is any thing we pride ourselves "Ever been Johannes i lancl?" saida Landing at Joppo Dr. Geikle beginshis
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S WUluc4. : 1Q : I 0 i lI U l ),,0) 'II.U SURGEON DENTIST he did he paid no attention to it. But upon in this country, it is our naval officer on leuvp of absence to a observations at once. Joppa is one
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a.uar. I Ii lO 1 ca 8 o. 120:1 :'t 00 45 'iiV8uuf J ,, "Oh for some noble model now. his dog-a large canine of the New.
and
; 0"1 IU (JOg 12 on III 01 30 0.' 16"eq'iatrCi 00 That I might paint a classic bead first families. reporter. of the oldest cities In the world.
: 10 DI)_ I.. 0,1' :!O i 10_ %I 01_ zo 00_ 8 J 10 LATE OF CEDAR KEYS. With that lofty and hyperion brow, foundland type-proved its fidelity to Every town has its first families, but "Think not; where kit? Anywherein the first possible landing place as one

; cent a line tor the flr.u an
for" ftch 5ul>le -I&I rate for time nilvrrtisccienU tion.The
!sation at the o.Tcc.M'lJSrUSl'TION: ; upon. Across the loosely lying rugs master. first families in Boston, for instance group." defend the shore the bay is !shallow
-.ap J. 0. UAYNES When, in a burst of conscious pride,
Himself ho clasped in loving Lutjs.; Wallace finally succeeded in getting are very blue-blooded indeed, "And where is the Comoro group?" sharks are not urfknown! and the coastis
It A ES. all the hears in front of him, at the for some of them know who their "The Comoro group is off Madagascar much exposed. Yocr vessel anchors

One year.........'.-'-I j 1''-...'............ ........$1 OCFU ::13 E 1'Tr- :J: S-r: 9orer "Aha'. A slumbering!I" he cried,in dunce triple I must glee have been same bears time pressing beating a him steady retreatwiththe When grandfather was and boast of him. that is, from ''JW; to 500 miles oil half a mile out at sea. and a throngof

nlonthll..t.... ........ .. ......... .5i When all the world but I can see closely. They acknowledge that Springfield has Madagascar in the Indian K-ean. Cli- flaltish-bottomed cobles sor)n SUrround -
All ut.scrJptlons met ho pall ..nvariaHj- OfIlee Joue Brick Block. That lithe meed of praise I'd win his rifle exhausted its first sixteen loads first families but allude to them as mate tropical; verdurefmagnificent; air the ship to carry passertgers

adrancc. Xii dibt-i iininatloa in favor of any- **I must not seek among the throng. he could only find time to t4ip one cart- highl '-rcsp ctablo people and the spiced and dreamy. White men idle; through the opening in the reefs to
food jr. Nor travel in far.distant lands ridge: in at a time. Three times during in not unintelligible
Springfield aristocrats turn mentionthe negroes very busy; women drowsy land. A babel of cries,
Communications upon all mutter of local I And do thc world a deep-set! wron this did bear succeed in
GEO. BAISDEN process a rearing "
first families of decent and half dressed. the air but by degrees
fills
Sapvillo as to Western
:interest tolicited from all! \ ansof! the counly. While here, right at my very hands, ears ;
on its hind portions and grapple sort of country folks. "What took you down there?" the motly crew of deck passengers -

SECI112T OCI TIE8. Painter and Paper Hanger "Possessed Dame Nature of each and every gift with its human antagonist, and as manj You will see that first families have "Oh, you know some: United State's of the most varied nationalities
e'er
bestowed.
on man
times did the faithful dog assail the their but ,what constitutes ship is Gibraltar shawl-covered Arabs
Reflects tho grace my art would lift degrees, a always slipping through veiled women,
Bradford Lode:: No. 42. P. and A. M.Kcirulurcninraun'cations STARKE, FLA. From dusty Earth to Fame's abode." bear, and succeed in diverting its at- first family is rather hard to deter- creeping down the Mediterranean, black Nubians with their red fe cs.brown

third faturdujlntC Then ranging mirrors round his head. tention till its master could reload his mine. sliding through the Sue Canal and the. Levantines, turbaned Syrians or Egyptians -
morth I.. \V. hi 'KUTliU, W. M.J. ALL WORK CITA1IANTE12D. An easy task his brush essayed, gun and send a bullet into the shaggybrute's First families usually have a niggerand Red Sea, skirting down the coast of :I with their flowing robes of all
X. WAlMiitiHr, Secretary. ., ___. .
j. M | l ? a And ere the bun bad westward tied, body. At length the bears be
a coat of arms; but they often object Africa and then shooting across to Rio shades all drift by degrees Into the
A picture he tuadr.F .
ITIay Lodge IV o. 10, I. O. O. I'. BUG & WILLS, :of n:liimitelf J'ut melee, in lla'prr't Bazar. gan to thin out and lag behind, and to a too diligent examination of tho or Montevido. ThefoUow one boats, and for a time at least you seethe .

.. finally gave up the contest altogether, family tree, sometimes ancestors another after used to red slippers
Meet t-veiy FrMny nlflit' ut Od > Fellow as ::; man man, as we last of their or yellow
Hall. Tranknt L'rulLis l'Qrdallr: invite I to Attorneys at Law "THE BEAK SLAYER. allowing Wallace to make good his es found hanging to it and the coat of say when we played marbles. We got and hear their noisy jargon no more. -

attend. L. r. IIC LL, Noble rand. cape. Save a few bruises and scratches I arms turns out to be a coat without through in the Alliance early this year Then you, who have shrunk possibly
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J. q \\'III>&, Vice Grand.F. f about his body, and the almost entire arms, or what the vulgar second and and another vessel is doing the same from this crushing crowd of Orientals,

.J. Fu r.D. Feet rtary. Lox IL.Indcpeiideiit STARKE, FLA. Account of a Terrific Battle in a demolition of his clothes, Mr. Wallacewas third families call a vest.: thing this very minute.' t's our Govern have your turn and tho skillful and

I Order ol Red ill -n.OsctoLA Will praetic; in all the Courts In the Fourth :Mountain Gulch. uninjured, though his escape, in The same standard of first famllylsm ment's method of notifying the world strong-armed oarsmen whisk > ypu

Tin HE "''t). l. Ku iui>A.-l'ouncl and Fifthjiadiclat! Circuits.ROBERT deed, was a most miraculous one, and a is not applicable to all places. Mr. that there's a civilized power in the through the opening in the reefs across'
surprise to himself. He attributes hif Beans, of Boston, dates his family Western hemisphere." the shallow harbor and then suddenly.
fires kindled cUl'hoJDfsjnY'1i Sleep at their. T Aided by lllg Faithful Dog, lIe Keeps an _
Ifwani Itnrko. Fta KEITH Army of Bears at Uayltnd Escapes escape to the faithful old dog. from 1620, when His ancestor came "And do they all go ta the Comoro Islands when you are twenty or thirty yards offshore
Tianscnt brothers cordially invited to attend. After Slaying Seven Silver-Tips. After quitting the contest he at once over in the Mayflower, the ancestor ?" you are seized and carried In the

MILLON, CniSr J.of N.Itecords.JONES: acbem.CJAS. proceeded to his cabin, meeting on the having been the 'ship's cook. Mr. "No; I think not. We went there bare arms or on the the back of a boat-

Attorney at Law way his companion, who was also bending Lardley of Chicago goes back to the looking for a slave ship Odd, isn't' it? man, through the shallow water to the

Son* or'reiiiteraiiee.Meets Probably the greatest single-handed his steps in that direction, and who, mediaeval ages before the fire, and is It was our business to look up a Yankee tumbled-down old quay built of stone '

every Mcnuay night In Tompoiance bear combat yet on record is the one engaged as he expressed it, "had not seen a I: not familiar with the name of his schooner that was said to have been from the ruins of Ciesarea.and at last you I

JaIL \\ M. M EACH A;M. W. 1" STARKE FLA. in and won by one :Michael Wal- bear, either cinnamon, silver tip 01 : grandfather. :Mr. Hustler, of Denver. carried off. by her riu\.Ster. a Yankee find yourself treading on the soil of the {

.JAS. fILLOS. ?tr)' c. lace, a miner of this county, at Water grizzly, the hull blessed da '." Wallace i* an aristocrat from way back. and his sailor, and sold to Doctor Wilson, a Holy Land ;

I Canyon, in the Magdalena mountain, related his adventure to him, and they father carried his fortune and family former
(io"pcl Tciijpcratice Ieetln:. L. R. RHODES: surgeon in tho United States Not a very dignified entrance, perhaps -
Every KunJayia'L : a' S p.m.. at Temperance late lust fall. Water Canyon w one of both decided to go to the cabin for re- portraits into Denver in a wheelbarrowin navy, who was charged with using her but the boats could not approach t

the most beautiful of all the numerous enforcements, and go back,and "clean the misty days of 1874. in tho slave trade. Queer story for the closer, and you have fared no worse '

-. -- Attorney at Law New Mexican canyons, and during the the hull outfit out." I I A knowledge of one's grandsire can year 1888 isn't it? Further, we were than the bead-eyed Greeks or the hook- J
long summer months affords a At the cabin Wallace related to his hardly be the standard, for old man of J
CII UK C11 DIICKCTOltY.STAN : very I I ordered to seize her by force if necessary nosed Romans did thousands years
pleasant resort for tourists; but in the comrades, who gathered to hear hii Sloper in the poor-house remembers At one period Venice organized
TIVK.Lurch.: I : wherever should iljid her provided ago. ja j
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-" --- .- LAKE BUTLER FLA Jail and winter it is the tale his contest. wen : !
died in
given over to exciting They distinctly that his grandfather I it was safe to do so, and scud her : spring and autumn packetservicthow
1I1&1'1I..t) (' possession of the Nimrods who somewhat inclined at first to disbelievehis the hotel. *
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many same I back to this country with a priio : ( strangely modern that sounds )
Services at 1U:30:! n m. and at ? p.m. A. L. SCOTT' )1. D. are constantly in search of a good day's I statement, but when he showed I I The fact that a man had ancestorscan crew." to Joppa and built a mole to protect tho
Prayer niccilntf: every: Wednesday! at 8 p.m.V. in the of them his torn clothes and bruised body, be the of
\ (J. 1'A1TEU.OX.' Ta'tor. sport way bagging game. hardly measure a family'sgreatness "Did you do it?" shipping; but since the reign of the "un-
LATE rn<>M MICIIIQAK.RssM the latter-named it and the condition of the dog, that, for it is hard to "
Sunday School: m"'ots e'cryundtiy: morn During period fairly poor imagine, "We found her but wo didn't seize speakable Turk, every thing has relapsed -
If at ltlo. H. N. IIAMUtlCK Su|>UI abounds with such small game as rabbits by the way, was terribly lacerated, how a fellow could get along without her. She was under British protection into a state of nature. And so

I F. It. Moica*.v, Secretary n Pi'pia;;! d Surp n quail, grouse, !sage hens, wild tur- they believed him. It was decided ancestors, even if historians forgot to Mauritius.. But you ought to seeiIson's from the earliest times Phoenician and

Prrftbyirliiii Cliurrli. key, mountain squirrel, etc., and such that several well-armed men should mention them. \ place on Johanne-! He's Bern Egyptian Roman and Crusader Eng- .
large bear and deer proceed to the scene of the battle with We have vainly endeavored to figureout acknowledge -
| Bl'r\'icr8l'\'err Sunday at 10tO:: a.m.It. TEUMS IIEACONTADLE.Office game as antelope living there lite a prince for I don'tknow lish and American all have to
MATTICE.; 1'nntor. to say nothing of the wild beasts that the bears with a wagon, and secure the what constitutes a first family, and how many years, with absolute the power of the treacherous wa

|Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a m. at Gaskins r rug -tore. also infest it, such as mountain lions, : slaughtered ones, and dispose of whal havo almost given it up. The best wayis power of life and death over seven hun- ters.

L. C. HULUSupt.JUrfliodUt lynx, wildcats, coyotes and the like. A others that might be seen. When they to say you are one and go around dred to eight hundred slaves and dependents Pursuing our way through the street.

TATE POWELL 31.1) better place than Water Canyon, in arrived at the scene of the contest 1 blowing about it. Your neighbors will with thousands of acres: in wo find it rough enough. Once paved.

Cliurcli.IServlces fact, for a good day's hunting would be there was not a single live bear to be probably call you a fool for eight or sugar plantations, and no rival but the the stones have long since risen or sunk

evEry FaMiuih at 0:30am.: and After an experience! of twenty years in the hard to find. But one thing it would bo seen any place, but at different places, ten years, and then end by believing Sultan who has twice as many slavesas : above or below their proper level.
iDO "nJ' jihool every fund.iy: at practice of his pr lesion ha* no hesitancy scattered lino of hundred when first in
p.mrwv.. well to consider before undertakingsuch along a a you, you are a family Wilson, and I don't }know how Dust-bins and sewers being apparently
many
li*m >v .i It > (ichard Puporlnicndent.Myer In pioml-ing the litest ui.l nio-t scientific
venture is that must not yards or more-showing the length ol good standing. idle
1I1..lil"g evwyTucsd.iv IInd Ihur'day trontiiient to tho-c raking histe.-vlccs. a one only wives. Wilson lives in ilbungalowhich; alike unknown to tho oriental
l"-JO: p.m.' \. W. DAKLEV. 1'aetor. Calls to tho C'Mintry promptly attended be well }prepared in the way of arms, I ground covered in the fearful contest- There's:: Mcfiiggles, now. He's a I is a one-story house with wide veran- every kind of foulness bestrews the way.

<,< Diseases( females and children a s-pecmlty. ammunition, etc., for such a hunt, but I were seven dead bears, all silver-tips. Drct family. McGiggles went to school dahs, hammocks, grl'at..fans run by little I The buildings are of stone with littleor

.. (hrlkiinii, Church. once: tt City bruj More, or at his residence should never go alone. The following It is supposed that Wallace wounded with me, and wore pants with Ls and negroes and every conceivable: lux- no wood anywhere, timber being
East Har'fI.:
Acts 1l:=. -t6: a-l Peter 4:16. adventure of Mr. Wallace will probably twice as many as he killed, for the bay windows on them, for his father ury of the tropics. He lias ice the year scarce In Palesti The arch is, hence

8on.ice*each Loftl'g 'lay at |0:3J Lm. and convince tho reader of the great hazard whole place presented a sight similarto carried the hod and drank tod.I round, makes the best and coolest cock- universal. As you ramble on you see

-h Lord day at W.oO:: r.m. F. J. FIELD, and risks::; likely'to IKJ encountered by a slaughter-pen, and in many of the I was sort of stuck up in those days, tails imaginable, gets the New .York that no light enters the shops except

t [I'rnyer meeting cch1..lncl.I'1 nt 6.0 p.m such undertaking: tracks that led from the scene was a and became book-keeper in a hardware Herald, two or three English:;: paper ,all from the front-that they are in fact
(J. 1'. YOUNG, Pastor.: Wallace has lived in Water Canyon trail of blood. Seven bears killed and store, while McGiggles drove a gro- like miniatures of the gloomy
something
Minday School each Lord's day at II::)J a.m. ri k Mc n'm W 1c1 rl tuu the best American magazines and' no
\v. II. T. VLQiC. Superintendent.DIKKCTOllY. : { n : a number of years, but up to last fall fourteen wounded is the record, which cery wagon. He went into the busi- end of new books. Oiice a month ho holes sometimes made out of railway

had not gained much distinction as a is generally conceded among the,noted ness later for himself and made slath- sends a little steamboat': his own to arches in England.

OPFICJ.\cl STARKE, FLA. bear hunter, though as a marksman Nimrods of this section of the countryas ers of money in the barrel business. an island three hundrsd miles off to Tables of cakes or sweetmeats line

i with a rifle he had the reputation of the greatest single-handed bear- Ho gave up his barrels, joined the bring over his mails." the narrow streets. Rough awnings of
.iLL WORK GUAKAI\TJ.ED. Box 41.
being a dead shot: but he never seemedto slaughtering match yet accomplished church'married a deacon's daughter Keep a harem?" mats, often sorely dilapidated or tent-

|Mtyoi-I Wltkotckl.CLIyO1flcer., take any interest in bear hunting. in any place or country. The struggle and struck out to be a first family and "Well, if ho does it wasn't on.exhibi- cloths, or loose boards resting on a

Aldermon-J.* C. Ulchard J. M. Truby Tate COMER L. PEEK, However one morning last :November, lasted something liko half an he got there with both feet. .McGig- tion." ': rickety structure of poles partially

,,'ell. G. P. Vounjr. S. Gardiner.' ; Wallace awakened to find that a heavy hour, I gles is high-toned now, but still he I "And did he use the Yankee schoonerin shade the roadway. Now we meet a

'Ierk-I. UrawtarF.Webb.: at Law and I snow had fallen during the night, and Wallace has ever since borne the notices me sometimes _and says I am a I the slave trade?" s II turbaned water-carrier with a huge

Marsial-E.! I II.. U.WII.BBf'seorT. Morgan.. Attorney \ Notary, upon going out doors he noticed numer- name of "The Bear Slayer," but avows J respectable hard-working man. "Blest if I know; fmt he said;' he skin bottle on his back. The bottle is,
that he has had enough of bear hunt- j I don't know that I will ever go In I defunct calf with water Instead -
W.K4e.t. ous bear tracks in the snow. He decided didn't, and he treated us with the hos-. .' in. fact a ,
STAHKE, BRA I)lO It!) CO., FLA. to spend the day hunting for ing to last him a lifetime. He still I for being a first family man, but per- pitality of a prince." of veal within and without legs,

( ouiiy omeera.UDt1 Abstract! of Title and llcul 1'state Law a shaggy-haired bruin; so after breakfast lives in Water Canyon, and devotes his haps I will.However. "And of course, you didn't' (1i.turb'him Mad or tail and offering a most forcible -
JUl1j1'c-JJIt. lilnbard. specialty. he secured a companion to accompanyhim time to his extensive mining interests we've got to have some- ?" illustration of tho reference to the

f rk of CiM-ult Court-11. F. York. Abstracts furnished every Deed, girded on a belt of cartridges, there.-San Martial (X. M.) Cor. St. body for first families, and McGiggles "Yes we did. We sent n. ddzen men placing of new wine in old bottles.
ri-a.: W. Epj.ereon. Mortgage Lien. Tax Sn'c.: Judirmemt Attachment Glolc-Dcmocrat. well be one as fellow, bare-armed and
Tax A5 threw his trusty Winchester: over his Louis might as any over to one of his su ar plantations!.; Further on we see a
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.> c. Walnrlyht. and nil ni Itersnf |>ul>hc record and ... especially as his boy, T. Jefferson : individual In skull- .
>*z lOt. ,-t.-r-M.N. Hale. file alfl'cting'j'U cs of Kent I-Mu'o Jiradford fchotilder, called his dog and started tore away three or. fonr great copper. hare-legged ragged
Pu;emu.: II 1-nt 6i Scliools-R.: bear tracks CHINA. McGiggles, is now at Harvard, and cotton jacket, and cotton knickerbockers -
; T. Powllng.oji county. Florid.i: up to da o of abstract. out, closely following the I DIVORCE IN boilers which we insisted belonged to cap
[ .:y-r. -yor-Apbn) 1'. Pratt, C. E.oun.y :. which led up the canyon. After they Edith McGiggles is going to Europe to the schooner, and carried them off to chaffering with some-roadside

r, [httt- AI.t lJInUliIiSlo"H. rs-l.. Wu vkj. G W. had proceeded about two miles the bear Laws and Customs All of Which Are in study art. South America. Then %vo took"a parting huckster for some delicacy costing a

\ V. r'm1U. ease cy John -Andrews and nKADQt'ARTER.S: FOR tracks became somewhat scattering, so'' :Favor of the Husband. I The Bilkmans used to be blue bloods drink with Wilson and left hini to farthing or two, from some of the mat .

4 'XEL: : :IN'SU"A..A.1'TCE: Wallaco thought that tho best plan to A Chinese husband may divorce his until the old man's bust up in telephone his grievance and his tropic para4 c." baskets on the table; the bearded vendor -'
Mate Offlcerr. number of incompatibility stocks. Then the old woman fired her also bare-armed and bare-legged
ICeprcBentln the Liverpool! and London pursue would be for himself and companion wire for a causes- N. Y. Telegram. '
5overnor-E.ent.-tioreri.or-tl.A. Perry.H. Pensacola. aid Cilotie! I'oinp.my. to separate, which they did. theft, drunkenness, disobedience nigger and started a hash factory, and -- sits as he tries to sell, his head swathed .
Mitbry. Lebur. in duties that broke the first family businessfor Almost a Mon6logue. white and red turban, and his body .
failure up in
I tetMry of Ha* -John L. Crawford -I Wallace, after leaving his companion, adultery or a .
,,:o"1\.1\tI.\ towards husband or his parents. The them. In pink and white cotton. Of course
L. C. HULL followed the direction as the tracks in- "How do you like toy new dress?
' Ittorney-Gctteral-aP.Cooper, St Augus6 dicated, taken by the greater number of process is very simple. The husband Old Mandrake is rushing to the frontas Inquired Mrs. De J.aiion of her hus there Is a lounger at his side lookingon. .

rrcnnnrcr-K.* S. Crlll. bears, taking of course, his canine calls together his relatives and presentsthe a first familyist since his Indian band. !.
Pnlatko.lanJsC.
4,1\lrnl.1 oner of L. )Mitchell Ft. Contractor and Builder with him. Ho had proceeded only a case to them in the presence of his elixir began to catch on, and Jimmy, "Isn't it a little-" : Then again we see an Arabia "kefi- ,

9l i4.. I bhort; distance when his eye fell upon wife. The company vote on the ques- his son, who used to wash the bottles "No it isn't. Now, Alfred-: think yer" or head shawl, with a band of cam- I
"Dtrol'l'r D. STARKE:: FLA. for divorce is sufficient was getting measured for a dress suit era-hair soft, around his
Barnes.
Qenl'rl'l-W. two large silver-tip bears, which were tion. If the ground you're just horrid. "It' the new color; rope very
6.u a: t Ce t-IahDavidLonUedarKayL: just disappearing over a small hill. in their eyes the man and woman the other day when I passed Shear'stailor emeraldgreen." : head to keep the flowing gear In -its"
fUfrDUnd-t ofj Public Instructioa-Al- Finns and 1jt'r11C.ltiOU! ? furnished on short
KUS.I-U: Jsckiuli1o.I'nlteI notice. Carpenter work solicited and He hastened to the top of the hill sign papers of separation by dipping shop. "Yes, dear, but I waj only going to place, and a brown and white-stripped .
ink and markat Some really great man like Mr. "abba" for his outer dress he Is bargaining -
promptly attended to. over which he had seen the bears disappear their fingers in making a ; ;
States Officers.ertjter Hand-made br.ck for KU'O either at tho kilo approaching the point cautiously I the foot of the agreement.If Ward McAllister, should devote his say"Oh, I know! That fen't: the color I for a bridie'at a saddler's and

.-!8. C.Tucker. Gainesville. or delivered at the depot bringing as he did so, his rille into the divorced wife has parents or time and energies to writing a book on ought to wear. If itva.. that horrid trying to cheapen it; and the:saddler
t'fOt'rrT.; Crawford. GnIiitsyih3e.UeOICftera1tI ..- relatives she and lives with this subject, and fix, once and for all, sits cross-legged on a counter and under
l ; position, expecting to obtain a good near goes Miss you would think it lov ly
(. li. Uloxham, TallaSENATORS. if she is sold by the husbandto some standard by which a man away '' a shady projection of wood and
them not,
without
lee. shot at the bears being seen ; "But I didn't mean- -
J.J W HICKS who down in the tenth and eleventh families reeds which gives him muchneededshade. :
himself. When ho reached the top of a sort of matrimonial agent, "Yes, you did, o.o.: You're mean ,
Fon- /.muel Pasco, Montlc.Uo.olD. the hill the bears were just crossing the finds for her another husband or resellshet' (an recognize and do homage to enough for any thing And yc-i'vo And thus wo see glimpses of .
Vuinon Ca: ..JacksonvLle.EIRIKlTATIES. the first family the minute he sees one. life in"the old
to the keepers of low houses. A ordinary every-day townof
small gulch at the lower en : : third wife is sometimes sim- By doing this he will earn the grati- Joppa,-Quicer. .
BARBER side, and not more than forty second or either." ., ._ .
.rat DiRtrci-Hors.; K. II. M. Davidson CITY tude of common, every-day, red.bloodI I -
"cY. yards away. Drawing his rifle to his ply turned into the street by her "Why, my love, I thought-" .. ..

and District-lion.! Charles Dougherty. shoulder be took good aim at the near- husband without formal process of ed American citizens.-Idea.. "You thought! Of curse you did- Making. Moclern Mummies.. '

t Orange. est bear and fired. His aim proved divorce. that it makes me .look -Irfchtful.: I-I -

I __ I I -AND- true; with a loud howl of pain the bear Adultery, or the suspicion of marital Captains of Education. -[sob, sob]declare its to-o-o badl""If -A gentleman who has just returned -

; PATENTS.UEIH rolled over in the snow, dead. He then unfaithfulness, is the strongest groundfor We have captains of industry and you'd only let.me ?p<-ak----?: from an extended! ,foreign tour was

Hair Dresser.OPEN rose to his feet and ran down the hill, divorce. A husband does not always finance. Why have we not captainsof "Speak! Why, wha> else have you asked why he'had not Drought homo

expecting to kill the other bear with wait to have the question decided education -men of leisure and done for the last half hour-just to fintl from Egypt, among other curios a

: 'i t AT ALL TIMES. the next shot; but imagine his surpriseand but takes the law into his own hands culture, capable of enthusiasm and fault, too, with every thing I had on? mummy. .He said there was a great

Shop on Call St., justEast of Kailrond. fearful astonishment when, upon and bents his wife to death. When betakes initiative. ready to throw themselves What's that? A diamond for my birth- deal of fraud in the mummy business.

II. HOUGD doing so, he perceived that the gulchwas her in flagrante delicti- the law into such a cause and give it their day present? Oh, you *dear preciousold Persons purchasing mummies, of course .
Will constantly keep on hand' a full to kill both her and like to them served and
him the right get as vell-p
fairly lined''with bears on all gives earnest consideration. their generous sweet! Why didn'tyou[ say so, and
I
: line Dandruff of the( following Cure to cleanse goods: for the sale hair.: sides. He realized his danger too late her paramour. But he must kill both; and active support! Among the not tease me so? I copld not imagine I natural-looking as possible, and as

OLU'ITOIl OP Cream of Roses for the face to remove to turn and flee for already the bears it is murder to put ono to death and let Greeks, Plat: Socrates and Epictetuswere what you wanted to hay:"-Detroit Free those found aro generally in a more or

sunburn. tan. freckles and smoothe the .were closing in behind him, in front of the other go free. Among the river the teachers. Where shall we Press. less dilapidated'condition, vendors have ..

eta skin. A full line of Razors and Hones him and all around him. people of Canton the pair .are sometime look for our great leaders, masters, .-- engaged in the business of manufacturing -
d >! Paissis: hand old tipd.._ toe-ether and thrown into the udging by the later uses that surgery bogus mummies. They bargain
agn constantly on ; razors repaired. All there was now to do was to fightto J ", patrons, even, who will see educationin
J. W. HICKS Sometimes the buys is finding for the rbbi, deprivingit with beggars and such people
,
the bitter end-to die slaughteringbears. water. paramour its true light, and force us to recog- tramps
S.F Slark., t1:1.WHITB Escape? There was none. He the husband off. In such a case the nize leaching as one of the grandestof of its parts to supply The place of diseased .for their defunct carcases paying there-
'!reel, Neat U S. Patent Offici banishment and the ; tissues in human brings, Australia sufficient to make their're-
into for
a sum
had forfeited all chances of escape when gallant goes I / the arts-the art of arts, for it goesto
I wife is often sold as a slave.A himself night soon begin to reckon up her maining days short and sweet. These
I- LBGB nH. he had rushed blindly-yes, madly- the building up of the. artist -
&sUINGTON. undr the head of
r D. 0. Into the bears' midst. No, there was wife can not bring claim for divorc and of ever nobler type of humanity abbit population" Defective and fellows ire preserved and pickled and .

nothing now but to do or die. He did against her husband. If, however, when ?-Century."All "medical supplies. eyes then smoked till they. are good imitations -

not, however, calculate to die without a she is with child he deserts her, and remains -.. ..- aching nerves have "raently been of the genuine mummy. Whole

U bullDtls he'ore IfceVnited States Patent struggle, and, if possible, even to es away for three years or more, sh and Betty Martin.1" patched with the rabbit'j healthy tissues ki'.. rows of these articles can be seen In
"hall
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my eye
much in Hie"a tae ma
for But if he very When sufficiently -
s.tene4* tj for moderate fees. Patent Eggs Hatching cape. The first bear that showed aggressive is at liberty to marry again. :originated, according to Joe :Miller in metal is solbfetinje smoke-houses at once.
of genuine ?
In
lors tl.o! l"nltcd Hues and all toitlgn. signs he sent rolling in the is absent on affairs of State or business A Jack Tar approved dry they are wrapped in mummy -
'. the following manner: and
'Tit MARKS AND LABELS regis' thirty the mar. cut out of trifling pieces of old plate cloth and sold, to Americans chiefly
loud with bullet in or even years
twenty
J with yell, a where he
: snow a into foreign church
C.eLet went a
1T44 iuormto applications ani a'ke retired At and to ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 I his brain. This was the opening of the riage still holds, and if a wife has in the beard some one uttering these words: set into much larger is ai tides efor the of silver rabbit t bringing a high price.-Portland Oregonian. -
The
U.IB mat
.;: t.nt<0t* cbc'crrU1l7 furnIshed with battle. He then commenced firing meantime married again, she is put tcdc.ath nzartiiac" "Ah! ware. point .
.. l... :11'. -.. her first "Ah! mihi, beate ( grant that it is a vegetable feeder, and thcr .
WhIte Leghorns (Knap'i Strain) am the right and left pressing his way in the by strangulation! upon cue blessed Martin!") In recOi ding fore its tissues are less *-ubject to caus -One true Christian life will do

...1.Oor "olel ror free o1.- :*oet profitable variety for Florida. E&'K'I meantime as best he could through, husband's return.-..-.N.....--Y. Graphic. I' the incident. he said it seemed to him I Inflammation and blood )poiconrag when more to prove the divine origin ofChristianity
.4efltabhhIty. niefully pocked and delhen-d at E.xrrefl' any opening between the bears thai very like: "All my \ ve &nd Btt: Marto. 'ransplanted to the bisnaa system.11CJhZ .- than many evidences na.4n .-
-: It )ffi o at nbove rrlce AJdr2- -A watch that won't run! 9.9t3n"C !
:; l'aten ,, fu-nlshwd for S3 t+ut. o. a KNOX' might present itself. Ho hoped thMti ." ', LccIcr. : j d to the: re8oc.-Or. Goodell.r1 .
COLIpOte bo attracted by I I 1&fly ch l.1. j
Il O 1IJvJted. gilland. c..r: C\\U:1tJ". F10r:4.: companion might .

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': Pniii'TV iEi-EGR Ddaya'1 ... July UlL I'L 4. Peach_Culture., I N ew- UUer Bpilot sabbath School *I .r-'r 1 THE JJIJOUDONGOtA : : Eh'S -s
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BI1DFURD \ ) H, Ed. Tnxcr t-a D.Ur.ii Lake i* ,-IHnf There i* a p*cuhr! chjrm about ILe CoIweItttofi. u ;,
To lc lit i:1 with! tlie IIo BptistChurt1iTud'uy. } : KID JI.L1N
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the ruoH i raethe summer aorts in |jlWiscon&i. teidiig i.f tbe pcnrh tree which i i' uni at- ( t'I
PUBLJSUEI' WEEKLY ATL -- I lSS.IEo.jRIMM .
Sept. 4th
r The Jake i is 4} miles loci l.y !:: cIkeI1 to any r.thf tree that we kn.
C .a iva age width of 1 nii'.eThere! a re I''Puit! ig out itbl<>s>oms as it does in the : : ; r'.o.

J C. V.T.BR. d)out 100 cottages sod boarding Louses early spring before the leaves have fairly 10 A. M.-Convention called to.order- ? rII/. ; Lad i.i*Ti 0 na v : fx-c E BOOT jp flE. !
M. El cUon of Officers and !
the west side. The Lack is started; it looks like for 11:15 A. ) ts !
Editor and Proprietor. on a gradual & bnqaet a god \ I IPTRAFUUE wearic; 4 and ..

?$ccnt from the waUr, extending back prepared by a grxldesj. Here il is now general I u=i2ts. :: ..
11:30 A. M.Owning Address and Welcome !- SIirws. .rnt .lesjju '
: SIIWSrUIPTIOX $i.oa A 'IE&U.E&rcd some 10 or 13 reds and covered with oak generally planted midway between the XCr4.Ls tEP Liteo ,_ .
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the 1'ocrenti.-Dea. Jno. B 3. ,
and LIckory.! to that the shade is very orange; trees; the oraeLnd31ike a king to tCti.TL'y. tyh an'1 STARKE, -
&

_tCAeJi4g Jii. .Irf cr" t4.ciY4 i* | fine. Many families: frvra the village ia iu &Urn digsiiy. and the peach treelike Response Cason. l y the President. 4 4Z..A3 I ( .mi.ri. binuli: try iI i iFLORIDA It's '.it: ,

spend the warm here their l a queen graceful and smiling. Wben riir f-f lhisCeeLraIe .
tjd /W Ofti. &rL,. /7', 't.< Sx.ii season in own 10:50: A. M.-Best methods and means of I

; '* jJjttr c oaeL Mr. Ho'ilisier. well known in we plow the grove> we most turn aside ft* increasing Sabbath School interestRev. -- l line (If Ladle. : i L.dru :c ,

Starke, has just ererieu ue. and his family King Orange, far his body-guard of sharp Fretc-L Kilf4.CV h&i-
L.V.. Kickhgbter.llr.Hf -
will inovt t< itM- ?!*e ssli to me thorus ke-p ciAH arid be&at at a rtspectfu! zr ivni
} ft.lTIO.VAfc. TICKET. .V. M.-Hw stands our intttest
yesterday he >h ojld Le glad entertain I j''distance, but wih: Queen Peach we lake Sabbath h
com pared with the need of
For Presided some r-f Li cM: SlarLe fnemU. tint they more lbtri.s; it i is true s-ic sl ips us in *
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; f School worte -Kev. \V. F- 3hlph rs.I
.1 GllOVEK CLEVELAND. might see the U-autifnl North Wct The the face if we approach her too near, but : LIPPMAN'SPYHAFUGEiU
I AFTERSOOX sr io. oRGAN'S
: K.!' Vkv PresidentAl.LKX time i* ins-' J l.erc very j>'.* wjly !n the sap i ii f4> very soft ar.-l gentle! that it 1.30 P. .M.-S>c and Devotional! Service CiLLTD THE i BAZAARI'P

) G. THUHMAX. boating aid fi.hmTLe fish are plenty (edo like a c're-s. Ar.d wh n cubi--j i oiiducu-d bj" the President. Wonderful Chill and Fever Expeller! }

F-i. I S and good. I the p land 2 PM.!.Reports from the Schools.
.VTATI. : DEJIOCKTIC TICKET.Kir The M-aeon here is or.e uf the best for : ; gves to sleep *cd in that Mute reminds -1 2.30 P. 31.-Have individual church nem- S r'r1'. y't'I I O. BUILDING.

tn inv yt..rs-bay wa> nev. r *ny letter; it the Nortbcin r.etter! of his f.'rn er -
j t iry .iaties to l-c rendered the ?ocal II -

t Gf vrr>rr: i< fold at %5 per ton from tb. memlo*. i Loite. The eternal green o* $Le tay vho.Kev.! A. UroSl'!. I -it-- e4e I -

HUNK lri.KMIXG.. "f Duvtl.F C orn. oat and Uirley art- p..J, the siaie ,! 'evergreen tiex litre ts to i>e iaon<.ton<.us '

T I is true of i itatoe& after the nove'ty is worn off. and the nude 3 P. Preparation for the work of ID EJ I] EJ P 3 I3ST -
j Teacher. Dea J. Thonw.
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: <-r iMiprt-me CVurtGKOliGE Jtub:"; I ra rivins tbri.uh tlie l 1.-t1 press all; I peach tree pleu-es by the cuntias J SC1LtIL BOOKS STATIO.VABV OF
We within tin l hounsis ALL KINDS
tiusi cs'vT'Ict"o ,
; (P&kly Asb. Pd Boot wd PoaaHma.) ;
P. KANET. f !* *!. the inff.rniBti-'n I can iu r- :iti..n Ia, Florida -. j Until! quite Isiely our f rocts paid 1.0 AOEXTH
I
-p of this Convention *ill l be represented. .
A. II MAXWELL, of JlcamWa.II. i IfAli in rvgaid to- tL Hiniate and the I 1 i igrowirg attention to |. acLe>; when they plsnteti CUBESSYPHILIS

L. MITCHELL, of 1iUI.nr'niigI I of fruit and many acre Ulkirg cf[ a3at all. il vrs in the field l>y some i;
g oicg there in tie e&rly; suunn I try t(, | slump where it could not be in the road. '

.- For St-CTrtarv f Stale: J keep Sftaike; before them a* the piace to I for ti er tEe plowman mul ;ra a'i.le ) Atlaiiti: sycdicate comp 'sed of Pin&rr.Scond2rr.&nd Teriarr Syphi .Syph.iIixie : SEA-SID LIIIHAKV ANt) FIT\K CIGARS.srreciapTioxs '

; :- ,OIIN L. CRAWFORD, cf Wautulla | which thty can co with -nfcty a? mrsrds auway.. and the tree vas left to take wrV Browc. Lown-y. H<>well, licck. Hempbill tic>B Ulcers rptcn.&od ScrofcJa Old Sore and*. EbeacacfQ crofaJoo* Ercp-ani

c _ j health and as a good pout for fruit I I'jexptct [ i '.fiUelf. acd Lortts and sprouts g..t the :and G-idy hce procured an option on tU duev cf the blood : all three that hare
r- lesised oLti treaaaeut yield ri dilT ar>l mrry
For AttorneyGtrnpral.V. toe *erral famHie* from here j j It t of it. But the value of tie pesch i is i ';ro.cIo acres in South Florida! of which to the wcsderfcl power ot P. P. P., the gnat RECEIVED P.I: .isv PAPER 01!; MAGAZINE oam

: II. LA MAP.. r.f Jtfferson. ; who will co tn purchase"property and remain now fu'ly recognized since many persons i Alachua. Marion, Citrus and Sumterare a Stood Ponfier. licitrtl an l prompt attention given to ftirne.Fla. .

1 SlaP-Kr:. .. Janiury 13, l-S! *. Ti*
't through the year. made t bu-ioes-s of grong and shipping part Mr. Browc. in speakir.g of this en'lerprixr SCROFULA it

'1 For O-mptrolSer! : ; VVe have rcoiAined .ia Delay everiicce PCtiC. an.1 the profits eseetled tLdr1 aie it as his opinion that in fife

t V. I). BARNES of Jarksoa. > our return fr.'Ji FI--.ri i4 thai we.i Lib'-S: 1 year then- viII nit \I.e an acre of arable 11&fl lfltt7 hi th booi. rode-ig cr
8we'ciciR Rnnting on the
f I p might beconie icclirn ted. On ray return i Iii the zreueet blood medicine on eanh. AE ttee4ce FACTORY
Fur State Treasrrer: i I was quite pooly for s* me ri.tbut arr. | well on low hcd: but in tLtsclimste; it dvlbrs TLe Darr.e .>f this corbximtioa is M yield KfcT! to he power of P. P. P.,

.. FRANK J. PONS. <-f BAtr. now rny rf a &in. Tc7n'c we expI I t E : s-.tm* tbit anY tree In- pow -r t.. arconiniolilr f "The Centwi Lti.s! Company 0jly! a givizg new Je and new Krergti. ,

(1 j to g<> t i Palmxm_ fpriu *. i I1 miles wu9z. ;: jtse'f! t.-> Its s-'trrosnJicgi. in*! iiie k'in! < e nt be iMiuet of the ine'.r..ra.r POISON
I
: For ?-riiitcndeEt of ?cli v !-i iALIJERT i in spend a fc* dsvs witb .'i.l! fnei i-. I f acli i in.. t s'epiin to the rule, morei -, ,-f I'M- .-4"i.ii-.rv net-ess.ity to show thst! BLOOD Wscins Made
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t J. RUSSELL of Duval. :j jJY The burz..in,; r-f :!be U.i! i? .>/o :irse ovrr. f..ir.chbfy! ):. or whatever the this i- n.- wj.Z; scLente. but n..e in Ctred ia hs WOTK fom : Krcttna fc casrs with
1: WhT The rabett was in Eterc&I Pan TQ.Cr'r
-,' t ,, ---- 'a evT It.*- -tbr wi.tr fcutl Mr. Y..r <>: nt rt-.se is e.1ed.: thst pU> 5 ?iu-h aI nhicJ.; the U-st 1-i.iin nr.d eCer ry uf Gei rz- I ;c-.petaL b' tLe phyid. ID coze ciestl4UlUJVM0

t i j 1,; h.. ti i I tkSV bQke ct tiI .JW JTtT W*S &
I : c.mur.iiy LjVi; c uitL ;'c-t1 t:.*- :a other :> of i ia are ct-mMnetl iu nn etitttpri tb-.it i* -
of psr
r CV-mmirficiEt-r Acroculurr : : riaas of compcon ; a bonw of P. P. P. wu g Order
'. ; -t n.urt. 1 %/npsill.t>? rii: lee UJCE acd 1 Le State, i* uni-r.fiwn here in Hralford.tjftsuniy. i ; pregnant viib .s.d result-- for Fh.ridt.- procured, mod the disease jTe ied quickly.RHEUMATISM. ,

L. II. WOMBWELL.J. o1iacn. .Ik)1w J ; help) *.ii! !* txeri.ii-d: :iI tltis. ThU !i< rers we Lavehere as rlla*; Ocalu E3i'.r.

I Preictti'1 Eectc.zI ;! !s a gnn.l fj-p; nuajiy ; t:.<-vt rL'e Divine t-ve3-wiere el>e, lut !:.> r.sher injurious ; TL- IndLtu River 1-.zriizag Conipsny'has i 6prti; ci Eli kinds- iian! neatly, end with dispatch
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; i ia bc-dju ost'an c-tLtr? jurd-; ia4Cts. a:d! no "ytllows! ," t.r other r.s. And!a a3 Affectjoc? cf t>e Kood.P.T.P.eais
_-* ; H. M'KINNE. of Jckuz'-. *. ; ; l*cri >t'f1ti1 l s-.t SoutLSacd. en the *lon tad canrile.!, aul eoc of iu crr re

J Ml-iku River. :s<>ck L1lwith? .t really woulerfi !. jITsEsTrOEIN.:
I it: counties tLe lime s / return to cap.eu IT safer ? STrribZzLs t"te Sr 1ICK-SM1TJJJNu
-i i X UUFOPJ). ft Marion. j rny | The {-ecr. Ju r- -ach. CD acc"urt >f it* t-\- you ron 5Tji2ia.
i ij f a! !. >f wealth n!-d iuilnl fda. Blood PeLi4)! Uccr! Old Sort*. PbecnaU ,
: '1 L. CAMPBELL! of Wau&etk. t Fl-'ri.a. It :'ill o--a l-c Ltre *izd tLc2 j treiuearint! -. hs,' le- n :i f.ivi'rite; 1-ut: i =s. or nr rt-vrtv cf iti tlcxxL be =r? 42d f
ad re-i-i's tI Kan-a 3t' .
t j i L 15. H. PALMER cf CtLi. j v -hall set thc nry >otih.azs'i On jour j i* -f.tc jTorni5 more tLan i it ptrfonr.s. j Uni'xling-: t.'j'trtiutr.ti toe C1v erected, rive P.P.P. P.P. P.iPrcily a tr.aL Ab. Pel P.oot. tsd Petsisn *?- All kinds!! of Iron end- Wood Work

,. { return *c exp.'ct t -j.uda dv or \i viktL'p ti*) carh j in ti.e spring and i is ] } is DO ITt paect r &iic :e hke tb* cacc = soiipcii I
I :it r.te (t.T--IH' of aIh1er! house. fitc- the nriei. In Normals is on ererr bou>?,
--- -- -- -- tL ..ti i
r-ojit ChitUiu-H.ga. J we cny tts : irjf-e.1! o' i'' yot-ng fruit !>yine j ai i5 s-. I the* vtg a gairiEiee of ia ICTT T and wfaokscrnecese .!
I Our Laaorr is LouUJAud t-JIV. :; tnd ii bv ia trry.A !Iu>u<<.-. j---4tKicj 1 > city sujiL-ucdii.g-. :- li'-ps lo 1 | frx 5:,_ ti ti..:; :bcrarictir s.mtwl'at 1 // ft ZL-a.t a Buggy Wagdi Buckloard
1 I proudly the tcwic does i: sAlUcLt'd Starke a'jc-ut tie K'tl: r>r Ivtii cf Octi!.cr J > fi.tis.EC-l 14-r t-< iisef ti4'.i'S. nnd a i1ir Surrey, Phaeton
$ r. t- take *
air likely
> r :
p .ce ) Sale.f
: you cJH! *ee e wihtt uiJ.cbui.t!! to tenfittoff .

; I fur C-and tmr 7" >. C. THOM ; S"> far s vr.- ;kntw. i jj th. D ;jLl
I I In..ct ix.ii! ufi n /> afttf I I Proceedings cf County Ccmmissionersarke. ; sirt'yJ. Lu! the Trt-t- art; ctItcriiite l I a-drDfrICoty.iTh ar- : / ctst supply jfour want un i-.hort notice. 4

1 It is fiid that county CatI.111ate : Frt Joly 21 !>>> ( wi'lt ilvf or ne Jn-trs. Tl e i of mile alcr.g tsr: iK-Hfb. f< r ta- jiurp.i-c I> ( ta. ivii.v-, :h-r-ta ji.- 13.-. *h=rn I'viJ L
peacb < ; < o .nr-ing t.r: i:.r :If- Mri'; r.wtdvii l at thl.nu.ihUT -.- :i AJ &- -z U coj f la'r.a t at. ; v'i.f<.m-j< Vii'n-
I : fire so numerous ia Clay cxiuntv thai f Board intt a.: 10 o'clock A. M_ Ail tLe quirk giowth an3 l nrs i.frt-n when two ; j i- i--r.- '.' e a'Ki a fcwr- '' ctfragManufatrriiig':; A
% ? -! h.'twe. Tl.e iut.l! c< =t uf f ; four; Ho L- !o-rti Sar.n: *a 1 <-- .'.z-n tr r Specialty
1 I 4ev are killin;; them uut by tlie j Sieia'niTs luring prcs-rr Iht Clriirnnn i'.r* .1u1.! or if iKi'l-le a jsr ft--r budih i r.r-i 5It>n' iv i:. .MU.-I-T \ ; --. rX510,- | ,
Lf.: I-; : : v 4 t- Vv v i. make
n-: .
j ij ; li- (1 :
or.ieV day
ca'eu! the Board l-t :1 I* .r.n. cunr.tr;
: : i i- not !oi.--lied!
P4Me. very and whn at I'- :_.. : :. ..Iaol! f Irr .1 .>;"-.'- .,I- the f" l- 1e-'r'tt1!
T : -'rt n an (
14L A petition f rota Pnjvi.L-ncc and vlcls- 'Le ortrge trtts &re lsrge i"zL' J t-atr. !--. u: Tie N--tvt !f.tr5 of *I.Tw. .- t
) re- ::4) INtI __ ; ,, -: Ii ,. & r Xort .; : !? (irf1rr,
i sty atJ.isz aid for Jack S.e. .it. in
There are no It-** than ten candidates .' | and afl.cted citizen wain .,ntcJ. Ht.d itiM j funr! of tbe pnch tTlT s :> aU-U* t>vv.r .: }u-tr.r t .a.-r5.4 i lit- S.zL-Ve-te E& raLf: .'; :*-tP-LA rr..fS--.u; 7 **- *-- L-5Do

( ( it Sheriff of itii iOUtt%. 'til.red that the >jiid Jack St-e Le put ion i aud he\ are rimivtdvtho't ren..:. in.i.-T" n -. Tosn-hlp Hi. all .-a'f. '-{ h.i.Ez.er. .- '
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EA.-I. c >r.l in.i : .|.e ht-.ri-I! '-n--. tii1ie.
Feeding prisoner:* must be a the pauper 3itiii'l given *:?.. r r The 1.! FIa.1
; : negro -pf.ee; ie.arrd T i.rangtlr ti i? 1 usore.c ic iya-i 2L.-1'- s : ; I :If.ri C "= '
; brsuics. : ntth. I suCfcIrn; fcr for tv. KJcni Icri.ca r:. j-urcti-i-r i>ijic Jcr
; 1I3ViI'. I : j McIi trees: hsr.Cf.ti! t.!* :
I Sri' Li'.J: f.'r boar-1 of 'rienerf
j ,. pl. cuiti; aii.n! <-f the! iiltt-r 5* r.r.U' cr. -fi.urtb i r" Voi-i. -
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I ":iL : i_ B p. :'oj F -j. <-uy.t tvr.
1 11 It i is Loped that in tile jroHtica: e I1 I-- Ordered that O. M. Alvarrz i< a<:tti<>r. ; tf' the work thtt f..rn--rc1 -* ti.;. Ti.cs I I C..3 j." i iiit"- .- -K".; r :

,i (I citeiui-ui of the comiiig amj.aigt, 1 i ze'! to put flooring c>n th Lridse 't-r ; -.int- r.h'l'ri'ira; hAI* '5 xl rvla 'e ;: !! >:&.-.-, J'A. Jiir..h 1-v-. t j LA EERIESS I Iu.

Aliiritor C'rrt-k on the tarktin: 1 S r. !.- ;
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feriiJizia. i
-t for JLt DYES
t the aud | : ; o.M.-re it- n >-t'mucfi ; SIASTKirS: SALK.: | .
imiuijjriitiuM
sanitary'inea- I .
son u id. icd to "pnnt .ill fur iwiN t" -- ;;. ; : : '- : .) ( ; t Toor Own

,; ure will i.ot b* o> triooke i. i this B ard for payment of -ame. and! :hnt nitrogen. '%'1.4'1 is tidily, wbiie; Ihf ; f; U>"l>cHanir vIrr ofa>l.&! : -r.-n f-v- j -t-- .,.,, tjI.C thrI. I-4 Th yLI.lyee-rerythirg -
Teyaric2ey.WrT .
; j Chairman Witkov-ki Lave the bride ncncss |*ri cb I- '-;i!:..;:t-l wltj; :l little jlaj". jH.-| -.h al I '. ci! tu::' aj.re".Ir"J-J ip f e >.tr.uicn.. '' Th.ez 'a, w_' .z[ ua.I- .. rt-h' LZ' F5.'e bc. a Tae7haTeaaa.j .-.
at.n.M.- jAi..i
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; Allijit! ('rtk nr Clarke put i in a-ld pboL! ( ric; '"Iij. 'i LbSa: lhui.fh I -- as.I' Ep=*":irciOtu tj :i. : .try. is a cr t i i .' : -,.;: a; o'-ttcr- r fcr F t.i.f3csd. c r* Color t ea*. Ancsst 13or

t1 The local ujition law, if prvpc-rly i god tfinditioa at the esp -n>ef th-e<.ur.- j n-'t a'w -j. < : f{..uTvfrrii'iitr : f .'1t.rt1e&t 1- i :ItL 8--: th -r.--.n ;eL4z. tru ? J V.'a.s. :(- -t i.- r r. :o'-y r-er S.-A rric'i cr ss=or t; -1-3 Boa-diar salon. Ior Qaauae Mle tr.
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i t Ty. O. M. Alvarvz' L %Vnko-kF.. ana ; luri t c.i-J X C. Wa nrir:: ir.n'i Iht> atxii Au t"! A. i' ''
f enforced, i is a grand &u *es&j Although [ ..ret) Tilstoee's upplieittoR* for -enn>: ;.CTi.flt.d l wifb. i* p'ecty uf .Uc >i>!Lt'... t ;-.J i .- J Irv is- 'rfizdi.-1..' Isrn >*-5 a: j4'LrY.4t- t f-S-v ;.i. t-ir- :sill !*; '{ vai-I rn'-nth. Isr-iir J.iL. .25kiR3. S arkc, Fla:
: cry. L -fortth t" urt H I--a.4'r & .
< r>-'wr .a M rie. is -C--- +- -
e' 4 occvtsiunal'y' a stray jaj[ gets 1br.r.-etI. II tJili'f !:" ;.!;Lt fooJ! the p--i !ii tree : | *.k-- eiMinry. oc the fir-t Ma lay :n A't:cst A. I'. ;:i ii ,_,'- ,.itt ,
The Treasurer ?.rnltletl j Jv-.tjiaaie tx-t ? litJsb das .'fi1ir. u'fc. ,
County u hij j rt'qif4; _;.AI. rti"C-c d ; PARKER'S
into town and a few of the boys indulge It I- cat. i : ii.5j-r-.rc-s uncr the i'paS h->un c i''i' th-riJlj :c; 3
rep -Tl tnr the quarit ending June 3-1h[ l I 'he tti'urc of tl.e ,.t.i.! makijig; i:u9'1....-rj <1 5i.nl>oi r-a r t tfc. !> !! .1 E: f> r, '. ** HAIR BALSAM I
t there is les-s dnuking in Clarke !*>*. which was as f< lo! s : : J ?5. T 3 S Kai1 K. an-I i;, a.v-s.ru.N E. # -
To County proper. rt1 :ni )ii i \ I Icxnce tnd fumble j corrtro'N. W -, .fs E-t rBsaf: 2= a--r : .
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t. ; than for years before. en the Xan-1 S b-, -. tN-n r W TOyin-.' > i> T :- I
tax rucv'd J 6 3 In c :ji'-it5i"J Li.f Tl-. .. :
.. during qu'rr fliJ j J.o f -r c r.i- S Kaijic Si E. c-- taiu 3Wj* &-rt-. flAe <>r f : H.r Ia z$ 'S cM Cola,. I
-*-- I'y am't paid during quitter 1237 2 t jTo Izi..d.it, Z'tstu..! th i.a.tr ,. .rjCh I k'.1dr4ar1 Urirjr ia BraiJ.'op! >aLry. n>r- ,' .1Z;
: UfP I.tt1 Vt's anti 1.sitn for xni't to Lil.vtr puid: 'kat'l utli xUTcna,' ca. IIr.la.-r (.ayic? fc-r uUV -. Ii T.-ri.' .. i-In- : .i rl-rU %.ut-r. Flj&
crop g'A-b -to StUi Yors. -
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due Treasurer
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is zi band ) Cm I L B RH--.OE>. Ti-4 Si i vi.I Ia.tr.. PARXER'SCIHCERTONJC
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I .ugut jiud aa usjual L BOND KIJORT. j}
I I full c-f bright b'friti for the little To am't on Land as ptr i*>t i p't JiTO IL'c'J 2 : M.I ti -. Fla. jLi :.h Ii.-.F-Ju'thl- F

I tif Col"r! durics qn.-sri.-r >45 1 j A Great State. : --- : COOO Book Agents wanted to Mil

g folks. Buy a copy for your bJy, > ou Totai an't oa Land ncd recM I Ours is 2. iiderfiii couttSry. 3Icn and i SHERIFFS SALK. ; \I ?(.fk .t'E3 L'3 4YD Pnr 3

It could not please Lini better.1 1)L ( during quarter 60<5.6j | -itte! wt-ie frozrrs !.. rttraSh i-a the tt'est.Icrn POWDERI I Ih f dare. I nf af!t- t') : 2

1 thi Co. Botun. J ; By atn'l paid on coupon* luriug .. j iai- lDEa: : AND f.? VIRTTE OF 4N ESFtTTtO JJ.VJ-J 'h ( .-.z-t- '. Lt-df..r! c.-u:* T -: :-
t nnd
*1 Rki.i-wir.ltr
4;. A on year, qiaiter *vjI t reveers were I cut of th CJreu.:: Court cf ifcf Fourth JuKiaI iif'trr> tff,. a.i'j' '.I-'rit>.i: oa t- K-taf of J.5 -.*,,-

10 ct-uta a month. I Bai. bond mocc-y r.n iun't C3<> >i I rt nciig i in Lie ico palace >t. Paul.ii'e Cincui: in i f.BraJ/opI County. Fw:>riii.oc ?iti- i-J* v.; rd i. .?. ;;- Jrreu? i.JH'T ;
l I the *. JohnrJCiriTmi:5Y4 -* : 1
diy ls.ia
orrtiiacaa-
j The follow ing ainou'its :n Ccui ty War- \\ thousan-l* are thr-n"ins the fruit Thi* powder ii ver varJe A niarve"f therein jn.i."ar: -rria J< ha 1 >. a NoJ-I-rs ixi*- 4I ; 2I;
i runts were turned .,ver l>y thv Trtr.isurer puritytrengtli and w holesoinenes* J ILttr.V.ni.i PAkq jd-fiL I } > Ii T":
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.Lars (> the -
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.: The ordinance in rtgaid te healthMi ..L.d i-.iz.pariI. canceled aad 1 deslroyti j silt-can- MoYe.. Mc.a will! =a to Thr"er ,Jutf1i-iaI Circuit Florida Ura l Ii.- ..?
r I- oietI: t.k-! > f.f the gnsit Sul-Trupic4l kEp&Itit.u. in.iauzd e''u"'t !i.e bold in 'mpetitiou I j biri4I.1.r.. eaI iroat cf the c i / v.c be-Je\e, is entire!\ dire with the multitude ., low I d y.c j o'jI coaaty. on the fr>i iL itIIttlt3. :t4T '
t : test .hori j _
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rrtnt. County. prr.pv-r. $ .-25 34 Lear a gre-.il lea! of Flf r- Monday r.f Acruxt A. I). l>. tLv t-rz :
tt gardeU in the city. here can i.jw-Cj4,! i weight alum of phosphate powders, .LXtht4y of s.ud t : !.- : ----1
uie'yia :'!::1. We have ret3 i f the beautiful lakes. m->c.h. the f..lwb drize1 >\Vji. H i. H Q9Y \\ ,
olii onlv in
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: L 4rzs. Koval! Raking Pow- Zi.h .
Al-o C II in c 'Ur 'ti which v ire prr.ertv.: t1te.l in ** d ce-i3zty at-d aze t.- .st & '-
ia be iio good reason for this. Vfc ad- tsud Ii. ar-i. > cicr..ol :*-. a ad of fUh cutticg the silver slreains with d-r Co.. Vi Waii-st.. S" Y.P wit-A of e-4u.iln :aic3 1-ota the S ead of .I.'-j-! OT-- iK CHAPMAN u1 S1.vr.& t, ci'-' ; .-<> :s.p.
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juil that the health cf ,iak L ex- Tiitr t*
ceiJeat, but the town uiut bJ kej>: asd warrants i-nut! for the ptynss-nt uf nj"it..f ir tlitn ever. Tnercia gredt a-J-e=--Mj o.u.iiiicu c.fhe liver or kilneys or tt H..cai' % Ecs (._. & t. :.v_
s.Lfl *'. t..wi:: hidh rnv h eaj-Hy rem-ive-l by j jthf Strrff: Bra-J orJ Co.. FU.
;practict! si-Je to Florida. In the nrs! pUce Prrpeny P'm&out bv Grover
I cviIIUSLLLeUit. t tl. W. L'pptTion. IxMrd'jrpris'K.ers $ S NtL i| u eof Dr. J. H. Me Leans Liver L KHBIS.. ill x is- Cleveland

:L\. i. Vtamright.hH>! trusus 04 t -he grows aJ! the cert-nis. It produces a nd Kidne p.iui.! J'.W per lotile.Ui (..Iifr.ai Att'yXOTIfK. I-nt ,,.: ; .-a-- -ui" lt i
\ : :_. O..m. -.ver hIf of the -et-i>'aod c-otton l-r itL thnirr.? a .1 ar- -_- -
< ) L >up.;: r'-gi''rati'Hi i-1 uuJ I grown r-ycre.t luIa..
i ,. I\r. 1,4r.4! tr i! -m.. u-
Col.Y. T. Weeks is
bUggested a> u. -cjlp --t 3.Uf I i in t!.e Uuite l STHand i.ow propi>s
: ;4 a candidate the oIicc: of Couut\ !1 J. VY. Keilum. Cn. Treasurer. W.' 7 ; put up f-tfiorie- s..in u Tle *Lortsts 1.rcui ligiit, or milaria.I nuay In ifl 'int.t.u2zun C ii wrk .'vr date 1 wi;; aplr :**;tH.->n. -i iJ I !I-e : ..:: ;Ti, r, :! : .. 2" : -I--.--.-
'! J R :ct for (.Vail IIcU .r C4 .Vl I i..Iu tII.I JrCiee 'f ev s. < L- Clerk. Cvi. i' a 1iuti I wiudj j l I A. ( rLn. cp! :i.OJ [ le. likewise grows in manv >cvti"ti* 'r. J. Ii. Me L"u's :reuIi.g .Court v t-t 1-raifor.i Satof KIo.iia,fi>r itJrsr : .. --i -- ..-- .;_:4- 'j-. "L -k- A IP"7' .. -b. Y .

ed *.'llz.L-n Lid one wLo hbc lurturv S C. S.inritt. Tx A?>'r W U ,bf the State. It competes with Cu!=i ard e>e alve will! anbdue thi.ttt.IiIition.. Br-rs f .tdxig.-zra K litof.a t-fxii 8n.l s>-t .eThe and :rtnzth-? ? & .
Warrants ti. CO iieryes theVce .nts r'a. -
i 1r'r W SuTiatiain ti.hec.! '. with the \Ve-t lndi* ;
'uell'areor Bradford at ? en ttt:ak Hiid f illisiir: r.ie 'ii'h:. 2.-i uet.l ccc. '
county Tin Biwtrii Ju.yli.liAM'REW FTX'KtUS. WINTEft 4
? n-ji unr ize.l an E 'saliziosr ; rvtt C' tt -.. flg1eh., CO.Z.
j ti sugar rme. :ii.t l.e-t? the wtsrM ji'r- .. ,; V ,. $asa
heart. A betur luau for ihi"ru ilion fii nvirwinJinrt 1- -. rJ-is.Z..t. .z .n4tr '-. zte- '.r -----I--I.I
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equjjiu'ii the a >>ia-iit; roll of the piei'j 'dcS ve ta'fes.' Iu the ra'slngof nee tn I NOTICE KJK PFBLI1'ATIO. ; yt.-- .. ,,T% p, ( .
than CoL VVetka could be y i.; .i I i1 .31 ': *1
fojund b '
t not ,cut yr r. aud then a jfjrned) until Tut '- hemp. oraiigvS anti lemon?, to other St.in .- :c L..ND Orrc ATNoti.v .;AIs'rxLL Ft. -: J.J -! .

in the CQUUV. j jr lay. July 3. .. j n ctitnpeic with her. Her varie'y of CatarrhMay : T EIWMAN
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i Oa Siid day t.e! Board rrct. reviewed : i* h-r-hr pir a ti t the f-Howi2,7! ---- -- .
R m 1 the s* esnieaf roll &e.*" a&l ia the even-1 i woods i 1.- infinite, iatd rr.illiors of acrea of ; taLeete: I-5 :1-.: (.f ha* iltzoa t.. :: ----I-. A 1 TI.-&:. ,- -! & : ,athnai.soaiso.h; the sap the

i., The came of E. J. \Vaiiiriht: Ins [ !Lg adj-iurnfi rntrt a'tja on tbe! lolioiiaidsy -; Iuinbj invite men btid dealers in cavj a ft any rortlon cf the body where the th nakt: .al n:.&'.r.-.c j-rc.. (wji in tu p.rt&1 t.-fwi Iu ,J-ii.tie "cis az : AI** ', n- *;:jI ., ,tov vu &vM f ,
Lren fa% rably of : -Juy! 4taftcr j &:ore tLire are lt")') miles of u-ivi.t'e mucous ceclnme is foL }\\.t caUrch of kr r.d't'C t Faon '5 1'e1. ",.. ; V l'-T.Xt*' Lnr: .ii ihxMte. i t.-efr 1&tICSpapt
.I.oeir an a candidate -' :!,tfl. it was itivdJ tliJit, tl.t C.V l.vtI. the Lead := by fir the cost ccmo! .and theI AUGUST I'thIS-*. ;, r .4'f'J, u.rtt_ e.t.r.- j j WG .lutt. ic .a-e eai.-s .
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tLe I river* an J the! i eoplo invite wi;!, coin- l-e It eoaict -i- Jbn A. Doitn t starke. K-x. !f I 1 *c ir >- :tf..fJ-t I. r _- k *..fe; I maaIaz.
for Sieiiate iroia tlii< ii !i.y. b- i-tr..i 1iud t- raos: kal is to neglected. 1'i': ad-.j : =, rr /- t 4 C '. r.1'i t flcT: '
| jc-uin u -". VII -.t- T.".' r J.iJrilrbnriciai: : tv-p ler if be wooil
}lr. \Vanri ht -- ti. 1 *
i coui.ty. : iauwli/e-lon; :: ; urinal disii. ii u I sr. ,- : : V rvmp
Slid tijv the li"2r nict ;-\in at {} -1: well at.jiflt ami bcnIlh--- -krr.TIIC 0 -a requires u.jn. and tittion t4 i tt.i i s. ifsc 5&1etifL.aIeflniaXaur_
ri.t .. .
I 1)eniocratand ha* already repre.plited *- !; c-ickA.! : 5l! All lie rr.enUs r-ie-c-oi. j is b-it nie F.id-tb'. iir.fcli:!:: Ringing i a c onstlt-UcL l rcnecy! lika ,. i4 %J'Z.'S. >Mcher. 1 1 >tiri*. Fa. f r irs r 4, -i- ; '-y ,: r'r It.-r*---r. o: t-r: ts axd LwrlI m- .4
: thru JIc-s SorsirirJli. wbicX :
litti tii! conuty in tbe loef! house. They- procvciic-i* wish the ttNai.'fll.uI link lwteu the teuij-. !'- sn.l tr.'pifas! i-Ol;, ;-, -cfg r UI? btwd, ; 4' K. %VVflaT'. .'. ------ I- 'TEirrEeTILaz1z-and
-s tiat'l a"I! va- esamist u4 t- J r.aiamsJ -!!. ----- 'UI I tifacn
** lie would! v. .iL-jLl oabt! make a ; q\.mizei.; Orrfinil tJ.a: all unimproved j( z..ne>-she g.'ldi n grur.ud lutwtvc "labd- eatete the irrj-yrity wLicb c.ias*s atd pro- I-- Jli:a-.I. ... ..-. Un,1 and ta'e y- -s
txjtes tie coturX any ccWii>c for wvttaer
isait in the tc; aty, v. Lt-ih-r in < i or ii f MOW l ;i-it.ds ot '
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very ircvtilahleSenator an E do )his i ;v sun. Auju-Iu .Gs "re *'-_ y : ** i,. AK onl-rs vt&
Ur:e J >:ihicii hnve I-CT-II snvcu in at j tent care. At tte same t.ue HK,!'SfiarCla .u-.a. i eeie r- 4

t -. duty ut-Il. Hei> popular.ith the J Jniereba k- llun cue dollar rnracn- is fcecirforthva C&rvnide ; bulMs cp the v.bole sys:=ni.azd mke I NOTICE KOI! rUcflCATION. ; ri.] F tt: i- ,y -r isii.; U9ft rer a:t jra-Jca. .tiM.all. orders

: unl s.t "a dollar p-.r acre. Ii "* or'erty : one feel r new -4 in stretstaaad LAND OFFICE AT Gt-Vil.L XASulactBPer.
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..4 ii.. c-1ake.1 that : it bik -r.t A Minister's Convfction.Krv fceath. If yru zcr Impure I : 4-: L&teTi'w. Clav Co.Florid.
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: iu this c-.ur.ty i, vulie at $ : O. '.V. Wiikald. of Uni.in point. 1! Iroci catirrb. te sure t>> can frjni.ed: ith azr qnimorjFC1
t 'O"" Nftik-r is htr-I 1 *-litrPi4s' 4
tl.s t Ji' follow- Cir
.u ;he rt-ii tattle 7>>.709. Hi.Lir. in Ga.. suffrrol far two-lye i! try 1t30d31 fcr r gvt-ti .
liet.ii this werk, -apparntly ) the aczrvSate for tiXable terrii'ily j-eai I cseJ H4Srr-.l' utarih.arut inr-nai-.iii MtJr! hi- rkiS ..-'kt! ; i.f ht< frr; v nsu-a ti'stave J I- -
purp-> f 1,11(5rt |
: : from Hrticn'ir and vol.-itjc thpurnn'tim He Jrrairelie'ar.dl It. Th : iiiterii- i in.ike tial pr : iu ofhi AVIEWcuiccun
-t a >light .h-gn-.i of i-xcitcmei. sberitpunit wa--L.Ifltt-I i-t--.try i rfrcei : < ) s'p.t. C i'ir l:
; c'-nsult-il ruiier'His pby-icm* and tr'etl : catarrh cir&l.:>. efjKiaUy ia < i-iJiitr.. ;.ru.l! tint! < i pr-.f x ; IH.trsi 1f : .rt-r E-
; btase* for ail was \cry ; I ,
LI !- : (."unty .izrtThee.r' fl.., N's j::: -
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over tl.e fact that Mr. had !-f&.Te fuV-ter IItt : ic.. .5
CM'jflvr from ( !v-r. nt rtipfif! _
tte ctra.t ilctarge
b o.-ji7 it i- 4)rdt-rk-.1 tlwt a iahf x. all s.irts nf mullein, i'lnally: he hirn winter cacsins t e :''*l at
U( ct1'lttl in oLlaiuiug & vei t.atisz tLu-e miil on the tol--ir! i Irvioi f"i iry EC<<-. r:rlris noisesHOOd'S Fit.. <>a t"t2i.; : Ir:?. %IZ. Uithmn A. g et. I. aIs; .4aJI..i.SIS
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? tak'n5vi't! cif f.l .. V3l. t V .
Sfv- n* i ->rnSKI' } Nor.r! i f !Lakivkw. Ft! !i E. t -:--- j i..tL .s aS &*
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.. la nr earsr4 reins ta .
Ltsutty niL ili s-a i'4-.
Urroper. ore c \ viiitrn ; prtva*
1') UK lite court h *; vase { b--fort* p. I J. 5l? UH* b. rrtr.re3 lie (s'rtheL ,-f .> .V 5 "! j
3. Cb
l on the U'lidetl: de!>t of iLe County y ws en'r'y! tlie leek cf aiy teid.T. t i
the It i jJ l write*. "I 1 fi-el like I Sarsaparilta e eC. it to cleir lie ;r.n.he foll< -Air.j % wicse5 t-> M q i p
2>!trpreir.c :Court. ; hardly s n -ne mil for lbnhi.; -- au-1 C nty a n"\v min. c.imnt raj ; / i'I :-

thtf ,. !.:; } purrH .-es, m.xkrg t..z1 >ii fivrails ',tri!'iti.- rr)y ftrsin'ou* and rnnto .z.I e'it; pn-.vo !liic:>rii>umin:> i'." :.re iip.>a. antiCluvItI.j i
that perfect
Sunreine F
: ; probable judge* '>n 'J.v dolJar.! It was J-! > founiiD vas I'Oiuful. lU i SarsipaiHIa gave Die .f. -uld i li'l. \.i, '* U 0 A .
h-; itil! their deci nnvthin; hut lli<* S'.v'ft Sr erific-l knoxv relief wtl! time I : 1) J. >!!itox. of l.- nia. Fla. |
-:: iifiw re' ere >ii>n. Tlc Csaiy to raise by uracdaioi.l iuis!! idffitdiitcly ia was eatirey -
: ou tile ito1ar. $4.121 fur L\mcJy 5IiiKtlpuro hat i' f>V re c'-irM mc. for tothing el** : cored. I 213 never witiost ilc m-Toi- ji.u, ;% ti-. -f Lztienk'i.. -
result Low-ever i i' lo.i1.t.'l i f r"uitliuteiest
> >o. The work of tl.e Iviaid at hut r hid d"*r rr.e any C'V>1 f.ir we've ycr.r.*. cine ia izy totac as I iMrJ:itIs : II. W bri.im. fifJiMo Titi' Str'flwbe3TX

1 l 'v everv* citizen i ii t1t! conn- 'pi EiUilizttion being tvirDieted, the fol I owe civ res'r.niti sn** strvnsth f worth its weight iad.." Cures J. P. Ilickle. -- .Thr.ETCouriIMedi: E nUrrffifln,i S lutrtiesouth.

1-iwiugroounu wtre apprnveil and w rrxu ri G.BGnB,1rjE.h >. C. TUuKZ cine i- PKO'S M.vt
; t. labor anil r i pit>.iuctv;
i reliriou% duties aVvn to tl>i-* &_,N.W..Wa5.ungtn. D. C. e
5*<:ue-l for pavmeiit t f trne. tf>- i; : STR'SJSkclgffiI S SEEDLING
--_-s L. WiiktiVskL Co. Cunm; H ..u12 K;i rran-1 rv'ynrdanti rlsdlv make this *Mtcnnt *I xras troubled with thi: : r.-th?disease. NOTIUI: FOR ITBLICATIOX.LAN1 p''* ** ** '1tv

I G. W. Civ-zt 13 fi.M. : for th-j N-netit of all sufferers from Basal catarrb, and sever fossJ re.ieX till Byaiidmgsm S | iiyroiMi] ,ED FOR HABKET
i. In an other e >lanin 'viii!! %i e found W ;:rith I22U j I took llocs Sarsai-arUia.-. I. BOUTT. OFFICE; GAI.NZSVILLE. FH, I 4
J. 'H Tt.flc? te-rur1'! ; i Alartsbcrg. Ky. X. E. Be sure to get July SI. :ij* ff.r :: pnnt! j hi lire and snzaflI

a conun' ntcatiou from .Mr. Casino. 1 K An.Srt Brvley: *** J'9W.H 40( .' Tr* !"** on HV i'i nn'1 Skis flia j Hood's Sarsaparilla >tif i< !i.-iv by jiv .n t I.nt tU- f..lo? -.. 1 I q"(' riitit.si reutsat4,. uiices_ -

lfl... iit t.f 2uLiRtifl ir.-n.tt-4 etII'r li- lied'e I.S WEP ALt ELSE *ttIhry Gn 'ml JP* Md1TI -
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e tai. Ju tici- t uM! be an dxcelUr.! .xS-.'.r.l thtu a-Jj .uraed uali. :he' 2 Pi ver3. Athnta.Wortbingon G.u. by C.L HOOD CO,.ecire.L.oweflMw u II his c.lii ant| tn-\-ie S l.a! :kist r fr.if r-'f ic WJi'-uu-i-r2 i. ; ma.-s.f. I ty: rv LI of Dwai Oraiie Irtt.,

fir-; Tues i. ia August next. .
t'S-e, huT J we I vJntt tl-at .; i is tei y IOO Doses One DollarCONSUMPTIVE eff.re R'Tir unn IJeI.I> PUCTZ,
Sprm Hotel.
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fIa r.n Sp' i ISS. viz
4 i tt-y uiide! too-1 that: there are L Bucklen's! Arnica Salve. Tht< famous Hotel l will ba open- i Jforthrjp. r.f LaSeview. Fit-. H: R Chester 122.'3 : Grs L ;?.. 3uv i Co.. Florida

I;? i.o nonm2l.i/ns! for couLty f)2pcr The l e*: v lve in ih wor'd for Cuts, rM for tbe reception of cuest*, onjnrjf ;i | forthf S"E r Set-. 2-.Tp. 5 1 It 23 KHe SUBSCRIBE FOR nit >Vt..

: llrui-f*. ore. L'l'-ers, Silt lf i.ia. f iiaoei tLe f.ii1rnin.: Wflir'.s1.> >?rest: to Ladies.

_- >, it tttiidtrw hardly I e rigl* Vvt-r .S nn. T'tter, Chapped HandI'L.lbt -. ; >t r-vxl: boaLil sonable irilijoitij i A rePARKE rr BKCiciz i Mi CfliCR>ucaj LL TONIC err>>W9'ii!Jefc>oct deter fsud I pruve his ct't.iiis..M It-islel.Y-- tp4.u1. lti .. r a :.-" :d. ;k5't.Zoo..z.drec1

\ thin? lc of the Spring. | L-xi Bv ccmUtfv.< Xur'ofCccr .n *fil pf.siv*;lynr. Pi't's! or n.av re- I t vix-n. b&z-d k..a. rifn-tti-n I'- fi I). J Sil-nx. lonU. Fli- bdda1*
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can e !f. :.. Jones, j jtf HINDERCORNS. IV.. B.i-Vm. iSt'**' .* 4
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R11nronpCouknlLEcB.fiPH\ I Lady under graduate of Caundian uniVersity Webb's Flori.1: f\;: Wheels! passed Sci1i.. out at \.ot : I CALL IN AND hKE 'HIE 5AU ( AisS ATFURR1TU3E i S JonesIEALElS ;" -> '. *

I The citizens of :Starke and vicinity are
capable of teaching KugMsh. Ger- through Starke on ba-iday on its way I ,

_-_1Stil.rlie -, --- man. French Italian. mathematics: music back from South Floridt. Mr. Webb reports respectfully notified I hat the undersigned I II I .

}'II., :July 27. 188S.ITYNEW &c., with'good: experience: and references i, his experiment U. success and that i j intends to dispose of his Stock of General CWJ;I BaflkeflttIS.t : !; .

isopou'fyi;; ea agemeiit, cither ha schoolor : he expects to leave about the 5th of Aug. j Shu'linti'Iue fit ftst for lot next 2 weeks. IX- .

I private.family. **126 Wiltuii Avenue.TorontoIpntarjo. I i for the Xoith. Anyone_ who has any j I Xo nr.ionalile; ) otl 'r will be refused as

.- kind of exhibit that diey would like to i ever Ihin;! mil'-: !J c sol.l. ToiV-t ifc Fancy STORE. "

-, Rev. Wm. Malphura t preached at lie !send can do so by s.ndi4. to Jacksonville: \ j ,\.1 kit,!". C'.tinn' \ %t <.J!.u., \\': n'. Groceries S PrLiil UL'LIIItL! e-1iv'n'z.m Htnultm'L)1JL.STARiCE ;; l ':.
'! lied about Starqueso h it L- ..ther Goods, i
& C'Jr.fI'ctinIl'hii
: drummer wio Baptist church! )last Sabbath moruinij nndcvening care Sub-Tropical and a will ghdly nCcive I > Pictiirs Frames
dawn St. Bed :
: de ft 1i blng bill)trIP)nrqut''I' to Marques; .o a very good congregation. Mr. il and give it lrql j attention. Our I I\'i Turnery A: :>':tps. in fart a line: hf I mom sits, t 4jj I .
D.jfcfellontcf .
oon : 'lIli..n fall\ at A :
ti.idloo I iiutiK-tii'.i! to u1 '
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th barques.d Maiphutft, county ought to havj Jew exhibits on ; TLA.
? although suffering fr/; ):u n severe u order.Optelstering ,
it t
msile
t tu
1)tlmtthtl.i Patent rockers
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wafo.thw1L11ckvouredbysliar(1uca.peaches cold preached an excellent seiuion in this Car. I fmce 'mid\ m ike \ o".rjleCiiitii: l _
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arc: plentiful 1 ibis week at ?1 a the his earnest and pleasing manner holding] Call for District )Qvention .T C: ('1.\nIInftammatol' \. Window shades of ; \Vtkrf|, rt'iixt-itj'T; _,; i>n -!tkI :a lull line of
atteIfl43fl till the end. The Conservative Demo( -raiic P.uty of .
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FW --b.j jj We have District Number Six vi+U meet at btarke ;): HlwlIlllatbm..Vl.In : Caned ( oods.I (':UHtil' .. rr"hn'o,
UiDg the lin roof a very handsome specimen" of :
Cardell!! p on ail nds solicited
t W. broom corn in our on Thursday. Aug 2ud.i9l; at 11 o'clock) : hl..U'lI'I'H > i with fixtures. : : k I
office which
bink b ilcting.Le / sented by Mr F. was pie- sharp to elect 23; delegates to meet in the A IP.II.Ga J tine 9. 18:0. f 1P. C"ijirs; } antI all ;SHw,1-0 uuily r"u:1: inO.
; Miller .5-
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of '
this city iud P. P. C;,. ; on' Jtafl.(1.
dollar Mfg. :
rt bringing a a
('.,onte war* County Convention to & t.et: delegates! iniwpresent filrva.ys -
treets.1 was grown by :Mr. Taylor) at Providence: GI STJ.J-: IEX-\ ) nine months f1O! .\ lir-t iI.iv. ;v'cry Soie. S
: usbelon the who has several acres of IJ; growing. A Bradford Couvly in the Convention 1 was iiltacked with Inflirumatory Rheumalirfin -

: Tbe TELE nAPJi from novv" till ,, number of other flllmcl are also raising to be held it ()ca ado) also to : ; ; i in my fed, lack t-lsouUlers and Gaskins brick block. Starke Florida (',mti :, 1 a .h'im.-: :rid t.\it .[;U .

broom in nominate candidate for-hei? .ator and two l rea-t.! The pains were excruciating and ., -- _. --. .
for 50) centK.trs. corn that section. Mr. Miller --- -
1 For six waks I was: touJln-
has bought tbe Representatives fur the 331; t Legislature contiuuoiii. _'!!!.--- ."! --_._ ( 1 ,j Kl: KNl!
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entire crop and is ready to ed to Ill)' bed, and Putt of the time hrd: to ----------- -- -- -- 't
I )[ W. Walter* left )terday for a'IJUJwr all and to transact such fmilx! r business us (lines I could "
buy that ie raised in the county. As be jissj-ii'd\ In hun un'r.t Dress) Goods
trip through'ibo Xorth. soon ns the is may come before the Convaa (iou nut hit lllp if *o ito !so would !, ave secured LIMBER Millinery, Fancy
crop ready he to
-. ;11ji-i; \ J* lilje calinjj-rryou cent I commence the' manufacture of prnprscs brooms in J. M.,. JOHNS, my the bottoms rill t 1II.c. of)i them V fi-i-t so were tender swollen that ,walking and- ; NOTIONS.: KID G LOVES. .PAKASOLS. S
Ch. Di t..l\ Ex. Con. .
' t enough at one tiitu; to last always. 1 this city and will keep employed' several -----. -- m. was a constant !source of tilt: liveliest ptlINED'D I Silk Umbrellas: A.-.pmyrO' for..11!!1 &i.nds

--- bands. District Convontii in. misery. It would be impossible: to expiesN IN GREAT .' I of iuaU-ri.il
For the campaign' tale the TELEIBAPH. A Convention to select 9 delegates! ; in words the agony l endured. I .-a.. liP ="' ) Jf"anclI Itrl'7l'l'ronll't .

Three months for 25 cents. Editor TEI.EG: itAFH-Permit me tu express from the Tib District of Bittd ford CountyAugust tried number of remedies, so-calhd, attention t'-' onlT.
-- --- and some of,them afford tempory relief AND DRIED RFADY FOR :::; "' Tj .5
thiough your columns gratitude Florida will be held 2nd I QUANTITIES S (M IW M- l"o" ":m.JACKSONVILLE.
,. fine line of fertilizer constantly lay ou. but it. was only temporary and 1 began : FLA
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[ hand by Trubr, Sternburg & Co. Lad sincere thanks for the very unexpect. 1888 at Hampton in the fore '-noon these to despair of tiiuliue: a cure. I bad heard

II cd, yet most generous donation tendered delegates to icpresent this ill: strict in the several: gent'einen! speak of a new llheumatiMii f USE.T .
SHAPES.
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nachines will lie last manufactuicd at \Vaveross.aflI ,
A few sewing me Wednesday by Ma'yor Witkovski County Convention which.. WilllIlCl't in cure a r-
afd"cheap TVuby !Kternburg & and J. Newton while listened I daubtcd. Finally: TCratsf T-
by ,
Jones Esq.. in behalf of Starke: the 9ib of August. bad 1 tried J
I HH-t I two or tbice panics who :
o. I my highly esteemed friends of he 3Ieth-\ J, I I. MOOUE: this new medicine and bad been cured. :' >\-if- 1 T s raccts!l 1

the car load 1.15 >er odist and Presbyterian churches, together Chairman. arid I decided) to proem a pint of it, and\ .
Hay by j -- ----
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with virtues.. This I did and was satisfied -
other citizens. Let lest its
& me say to the Call for a County Can: 3ntion.
tidred at Truby; Sterubug Well to
benefited.
I had been
gentlemen who made the The delegates of the /alive Dein- : Balusters Hand Rail
presentation, c onsenocratic I continued to Mouldings Stops Drops
mike! a long story sboit ,
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0 __ _t__ __ also to the Indies viz., Mrs. L, Wilkovski Party of the varous; Distiicts of take the medicine until I bad n-ed three

Hats! Hats! !! Hats! !!! See Truby, and Mis.\ Jennie Goss, witli the forty-one Bradford County are leque ,ted lo meet and a half quart hollies t I improving! all .
at Starke :
11 o'clock A. Thurs-
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ttrnburg & Co.;" mammoth dis-* Dames on their list. that language fails to day, Aug. 9th, in County Coi, ivention on to n the steady time in decrease my:general in health the Rheumatism., and notic- Door Posts, Newel Posts

a3. __J_____ express the debt of gratitude which we select .delegates to repret-ent- lid couutvat j Wheutheh.llfofthc fourth quail: vas j
OWl: you for this manifestation of Congressional Convention at Oilando ll'\'Ir did in i COMBINED WITH GREAT
well
of good Rio coffee youresteem finished 1 felt a'S as my !
Five pounds ;
16th for
Aug. the rf .
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purpose nominating
tacit of
srone dollar, at /l'ruhy, Sternburg : and repaid. Be assured that this candidates for the 2nd Cc: ngresiiiaI I I life Rheumatism., with only;si'ci an MIU-U occasional liking the first ALWAYS ON HAN\ I Refracting Power.
act will
ever remain
Co.V. n verdant spot on the District for the U. S. IJoogrecandidate ss; also a
attend to
I have I be n able I In ; my
quaitl
Jaadscape of enduring! memory' for Senator fcr.tb c loth Sen. Uutie in the tlicc.. pot having: l.nt a t TUKY ARE AS I'1tAX''AltENP
Sternbur & Co. offerg District, and 2 Representatives in the nextisincs lOt t former ,\NtetLORf.E'4: AS 1IUU'I'ITstt.t. "
Truby J arc Yours sincerely mo-m-nl since on account my
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General of to Ordui /3/1 > >t N1ice.Prices
Assembly Florida or mcL(7a on ( 7 .
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... to the
in deirtinent. endurance eye
W. G. fr snftnes
genuine bargains:: every PATTEIISO And to transact any oiher bi .*. that cue my. And
j :I shall! : take two or t time IIClr.Irlarl! ; of cannot be f>excelled pinhlin:; the wearer
! ---- Hampton Fla":! may come before' said Convent ion. It is Poke 1 toot and without fatigue. In:
July 25th 1888. p. l P. Piickly Ash. tl) rtwil for hniir.-i

Another large u.Wu-e of drygoodsved E>1. TELEGRAPH wish to offer a suggestion recommended their meetings i that Aug.the: varichold ji
this wt.k- at Trnby, tem- to the voters of Bradford county allowed" rrpte&eiitati is f l\ows\ contiilenl that the \la..t vestige of (the I' Sight Preservers

,rg & Co.'s. and I do not see any better way (If doingso I District.1: 'so 1. 9 Delegates.lux. ; urn dreadful\ mal.uKi\ will be iliivi-u from mysvslcm TestioiouiAls from the leudintr physjoiar s in the.
I IThe Ifgislatnrt.itookmeiu
-' lOne in time fur it to lie of benefit than .. 2. 2- t. i I United States povenors.. sIit"IS and It.tWY..n'nt .
any 1 Send Your Orders To urn of note i all itifulutis
dollar will Uuy a 200lb. sack s I I' 1 p. P thi I mechanics
to have: you in ert it in the County Pa. .. 1 do not s-y that t wrought hnmvhesof tritl bnnkorH.
Liverpool salt //at Truby, Su rn- 4, II \\oiulcrlui CUHtint I do :iscit, most i [i ftu.can bf"In'o who li-ivt-iuul tht-lr hiiht iirtmvtil -
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per.The suggestion is, that each election 5. iai5: i bv tli.rrr ii:< r.All .
dcii\eil;
II4 : ', I that I lit) peimanunl i
finphaticall:
& Vo. i 4' ) >
rg district: when assembled in convention to 6. ii'luf: iii.till :au-r! i tnok the 1 Urst:; hot i I Eyes :Fitted
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30 City- Lots for *ac! cheap select: delegates to thft County Convention, 7.; .1. I:.10. t [ tic. Youi-tiuly-.---J.--"o'. HANLOX.cor.su.v.i'iioN STARKE SAW MILL And the Fit Cuam anteed byFlorida.- t

mil-ally located.: Apply' to N. J. : make fieir selection for Justice of the C'n. :::ten: Ex. Com.9lh :: PiUnrLY CUUED. 4 RIVE1tS & .JOINflI{,

bne'', Starke, Fla." Peace and icquire him after being selected M. I). MCKINNEY, rcad-
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rllTon-I'ka-e inform your Stre : .
To TIn
Jones au Each timely use
community or district is much more i-jinr-d! .Use t-e. I'.y:: its _. .
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fall ,
i week. They preparing for a h"l.1': "< h.t\e \in' 'en ienuaneiitly : A. K. ILt
capable of {,a) ing who is best! calculated: liojii .
buttles! of reme-
s.-iul! two my : ATTtNTAOA.
I Mnil; l h y\A to )
I winter Flock. to act in this capacity for them than the Reuben Fowler at .'[rs.. Ja nc Tillis' of tty r It Kr. lo a:.vof \"'II'readershohavecon- :: ) ::11; : a" \WHOLESALE DEPOTS .4USTIN.TEX.

J. G. Alvarez lujs been taking stock. county j't large is. I think it would congestion of the braij, ,fulj 18th 1NSH.etary :; M.r.itioii if ih''y \will: !eml Pie, their.express ..__,v.. lrlJ-) \ ;
very and buried in the family: eera with :anti i p."t ii'"' a iilre'.S.! st'tfutly [ _.. ,fCHRr.IU"U'lUa! ,,!-
t. Alvarez) expects wmn to go to New }probably! avoid considerable di satisfuc- tiual! / Masonic\ formalities. 1 .I... 'Fowkr 'f A. SrLOCT.V.; .I.l'.. 1511''-<11'1 L.v'Yorkz: )\. O'lEO ) .

tk for his fill g'wtl' tHOu, ns it is re.sonable; to conclude that was noted for his carl1iet1 '. stro'iirintegrity : .- --- -. -frmuch on the ? DIM0'CTACL90
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(' of South Florida, is ncty. some (distiif might have to put up 'with and! convictions; righ t. fly his .>itndiiitii of i1-! ; I 11.1'n'I the kidneys
Louis tnic.
Ir death (the <.:'ounty has lost; a j :-cod citiy.en iii' :ii \ii.( ',.t: li'e: illq.re"ion} &
some man for four I ill-oi
; He is planning: to stay in Starke: years that they iiS a and the Pine Hill Lodge one of its most rho iL'iMwhii'c .li :osii:'1I j., 'tioml. You Palace) Dry Goods S"tO.t I

the hummer. community did npt want.I worthy and! upright members. lie h-avr:*. on fin! ic!:!isiittiYUIU!; i 1 n i'.i- ankidnovs! :!

tough deem it altogether uune&ccssary to try a wife! and thiee! children. t o whom we with Or.) .1. I II 1. Mcl.-Mii"l \ : l.'vor and .
Richard and wife are spclld1 to show the whys and wherefores of this .xtl'11l11H'arl-felt !sy in pithy in their sole KJ.li.i'\-> B.\',HI.) :-!.I. -. i 4.. "O llt'. .;; I Ii i

f'w wi-eksin thy: city. )Ir. R. is malti- II'fl'fl'l'l1ll'nt.Conimullicated, by Rev. -- .----- --- ,
r, as every one can eie !
quite easily W. t"iTniontofimdi'hu's
[ at Calluban. F. Malphurs.\ I'ar "rttf! llntw: I : !b Irs l I
tinn
agent I thiough the whole ''tatter.lkSpeClfuihly.. i" tl Ito : .v :
i'.iv i l'a-
v< hit-.j! b"J' :Lr: ; S&Ri(. .' FLA

lie frame of .J. T. t'cwkcs'gin and rice P. II CASON. ibis leuiedy E ectrIc-B-it1ers-is lecomii ig so w...l'! I litnt and 111',1.e stom-t ; I

II I is! up. Mr. Fevvkrsunys: ma few dlY5 .: Hampton Cleanings. known and so ponphr as t usid no l lspecial achc.!! l>. > > i.i.i'i: ytliV'iivc. .n"tionillinrc.
"riit 'v
I will\ be '*".. 'y for work. Weather line and business; improving.TI'O ) uieiiliou. All who mayo itMlKItetijeBitturs l le\\\ '-r :-in!.' ..1 t .">'J'! ( .;1.1-a. bo.itl'reijuenMy : '. :: EYEGLASSES. 0
; i sin the c1' 1
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r soncr
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Another car of Ilcal111; Prostut young folks have been having nn prili"t'-A pure ni*'dici e does not cxi-t I I -'idc! j.is- ;>''<--n' i in the :onx bJi' ,uft' WTh1 J tai fCttI!; PAT?JULY Ii!1873.
amid it is 11 that isclaimed. ;
occasional. guaranteed t do 8 :
ice )
flour received by Triiby, Stern- l'l'ellJll'urlj' the last week l Kii'ctii: t i. nittsr wi II cuie all'I ', hOIl"I'o.di":1!, !; .1 .;i!>a l>: rum"; tits: \ Hirschberg

Irs & Co. thin w.-ek. i and u-poil a good: tim lisf>asesnf i be Liver aid Kid neve: will vpnii-iN; anil In'ni'.j's; !1'1' u>t' in sucli'oil! easos Lin- The well-known Optician of 107 N-.

------ APLe J. T. M.uiire, !son of R.-V. B. F. Manire, l'eUlo\'I'illt"I(' Boils, Salt F. houiii a"d i !Dr J- II. ;Mcl.-uj'-s) Vr.iiMiii"! It-en the constant IThlte G.oocls: Xi.acc: :>; HllinOjiGENT'S Fourth str. (under Planter house) St.
Strctt CuinmUtec have opened net arrived here last week from the other affect ions caused by impi ire hI0"11ill i imoiU has for HI mycais ; ,Y'i Louis, has appointed J. L. Oaskins. ofStarke
A. & X. reamed
\\ i dr : and 1t\ (tri to !i.iuiily t celebrated Diamond
to Dr. Powell's )laec. giving him aLi \ (Malaria from the s vstem! : as Agent for his -
College. Miss. \\ c are gUd to welcomeour 1 prevent as well as euro t.IlMah iria''.-Forcure Spectacles! :;nd Kye I outlet, which wa* badly needed. genial young friend back to his Florida or 1 Headache' ( ol1 tipa .tion and Persons who U-ad a life of l'o..nre and1liunli. are i AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND also for lila i.inion'i nchanKeblo! ..
Indigestion i try Blec-triis, mite rs-Entire s-ulije.-t to i heim rumutislml.: 3t1m i.tlgit: ; Spectacles and Kyenhwsen./ These Olass-
fhss Ida Wilkovski has gone for a visit home Hgnjn. willli..1 I valna-llu) reni- I FINE CLOTHING.GARDINER invention madein
s.i'isiafiion: guaranteed or mOl icy refundeJ. I ;;!(), an.l I a esarethegreatest ever
tirrfilends and relations in Georgia. Messrs.\ Farmer & Kierulff had smashup ) PJ ice bottle at I II. McLean's Voianit Oill4himintmelmt ., lly a construction
a I TiO -ts. and 1.IO pe r fdyinDrJ. and subdue i -._._...__.... : Sperlacles.: proper
expects to be gntuaccupL of months. in the machinery last week but everything J. J.. Gaskins Diup. Store. ;' ; it willl'lIIi.h I : i p:iin 1----- :- -- '- '- ---- --- -- --- ---- --- --- of the Lens person purchasing a
QIaasef
of these Nonchantreable
---- iliam mal on pair
is now in order and running ut full Is Consumption ble? these Glasses from
Insure life in the old and re- Incur --- ---- : never has to change
your
We Mutual Life Insurance V speed. Head the following: Mr. C. H Morris.: I mmd ige4tioui results from a 1'l\rtH'lla-1 AND PACE the eyes, and every pair purchased are
:
m.I Among the )Improvements Newark, Ark,, feaysAVas d own with oft tie s.tomvh: and ithe Pm tiutu- guaranteed: s<> that. it they ever leave the
I ly of New York. I. C, Webb is around Abscess of Lungs, and friouda and phyIneurable- raly.MS of a very large majoritof; time \ eyes ((110 ni niter how rusted or scratched
agent. town we notice is thc erection of two new simians pronounced me an ry ills cause that humanity is heir to The mM STAKKE Bradford County th' la-iisps are) they will furnish the
residences, Messis.! Angus Hal) and Eliia t:()tIMIP III Jtioui. He all taking D r. K!ug'sNfulv. asjreeablB amid eticctive remwlv is Dr. Florida, party with a new pair or (JluKwes' free ot
!Tho first solid carload of nailst Jones being the projVctots. Discovery for Con' ump tion, am J. II. Me Lea'ns Little Liver and Kidney i-liur'-je. J. I.. Oaskins* has a full assortment
now on my third bottle, and! abl e to over- viaLir. ; I\llllmvites all who wish to eatlsfyt'wneielves
ever came to this! county waseivcd It i is with pleasure we note the unproved see the work on my fai m. It is the finest Pillets. 'J-lcontsa of the great superiority ofthese

by Truby, Stt'l'nhul'gCo.. condition of little medicine ever made.>." REAL ESTATE AGENTS Classes: over any and all others now
our friend ..:\..11Hlihme. \" J. 11. McLean's :Strengthening1Ci :; : exfuniim: at
Jesse bio in tocaiium' : the name
Middlewart De. use.
ew days ago. and in : :!atur, 0 says: Purifier its vital-
py
we few Mood
hope
and
a days to see "1Iac it not been for Dr. Kin 4's NW J. I... ( ASKINS,
tarke Farmers Alliance No. 12 will him out again. Discovery for Conslllllp tion I w uikl havpn | 1/.1 mig; }properties; 'will bi lighten* haggard palethmeeks. A Hrnjrlhct mul Optician.
transform a pal* -- --
and
.
(1 I its regular meeting to-morrow at Rev. B. F. Manire\ has been ably conducting lied of Lung Treble.u 'Niu> giv; up by [I into one of sparkling Only Ajrent for Starko.REALESTATE.
doctors. Am in be of hea: th." di.siiritt'ttomima1m i
now Try
P. M., at Red }[en.s Hall. A full at- n successful and interesting meeting it. Sample bottle free"it t J. L. Raskins health. antI beauty. $1.00 per bottle.- ---- ORANGE GROVES )' i V- .

/nnce U requested. at the Christian church during the Drug store.Wanted ;3 --' ------- ------ .
j. i: I.ow. J. P.PRATT: C. E.
nod past ten (btyS.Ve feel that much good BRING YOUR JOP. WORK TO THE ..: NOTARY PCBIJC.
work )
ben done '
has
on the rail ; ; Peach I .
of
has been done. : Fil.tyBus hc-ls IMPROVED FARMS
11 I truck through town this week. New Fodder pulling is the Seed. 1 will pay until 1 f artheat r notice I I LOW and PRATT.

i have been put in. the road bed leveled) industry of the the rate or 1.50 for fre ->h seed 0# J .
.
I the ditches cleaned out nicely. is day very among favorable.the farmers und the weather I delivered] in any quai atity, a'' t highland BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH WILD LANDS. Or'u-'I.Je G77.0TFCS,

Ir, I). Newingbatn's residence is as. The Farmers Alliance station Ilighlar 1 id, Flon! da. -=- S
is having a general r --- -- City P'oJ.JerlYJ'TIMBER
I 5tli .
July 1888. O C. 1 \1iX.DRill
ing proportions and when finished .
r* ljy in this section.
; LAKE l VIEW + .Acres of land belonging lo e'VLOKIlA -
(
I i be a very beautiful building and np : REPOKTEH. ,000,000 LANDS in any part. _.

great addition to its neighborhood. I SOUTH( !KIlIiMJl.WAV( ( 0., distributed throughout the state:; : ninth! or FI ()nlJ) \. .
South Bradford News aEIA CLAY ( 0., FLA., '

Irs. Gruntby, \\ o'hlS been lingering Crops are good considering the dry year fi :T01 eMcisiliii :5.lUtiI'Va1.l front the south boundary of Georgia to Fort Harrell)), LOANS:: PLACED ON IMPROVED'. S S

i very critical stat for several weeks and our people have no reason to com Monroe: roiintv. CITY P110 I'ERTY.

kl I tat last Friday night. Her remains! plain. : 'tr i{ IL C BECK JRi Civil Kiis meriiifr, Surveying*

re sent to Jacksonville for interment. Nice showers tor the past ten days ,A t. tYm' II' -; Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are offered. to and Conveyancing.I .

which insures a good potato crop. J! .. I I: J1J:1.1. "
''Ubscribers are warned to look out for Orange trees are looking well. Not ...- "': _.,.., -. c::. & COMPANY} i BONA FIDE SETTLERS. I GREEN COVE SPRING, FLORIDA .

X mark on the margin: or wrapper ofr much .-- .-t 4 CIIOCKER BLOCK.
fruit this -- No.
but
year we may< lookout 1 .
papers It means! !! that your subscrip next year for a heavy crop. I HEAL ESTATE & LOANA(5KXTS 8ROKERS :3r; ft, i has
X-pircd nud a remittance is X- Our little Circulars and Views ofGntn
btcil. neighborhood of three miles FOR Sam"! .\. ;)rfwiinn situiirion !lat I sides i : of the Florida llaihvay and a\'i"'a-::0 Cove H"l"ill| Litbograbic;4 will he sent on ap.

|n. E. Strong and 1nmil v left J'cIHCr,11\Y orange each way and can other boast fruit of trees.over 100 acres in _. ; Florida! Sasinera" : : B. R. Lands.Vo ( '"' s \line of'.Mini-ill }'t\vfrn i'ernandina, on the Atlantic I coast, andCc'l.ir I->)lj!<-. *-i'mi- C'orrespon'dence... Solicited.-

I'I few week's sojourn at Amelia Beach The 51. &- P. R. R. will htve a station L. GA >KIN R \ hta: \'<- ]Iniuls: of 4verv uiscription. Kej '4, 0:1 the I (Gulf oi' Xt xic.GRANGE : .-. ::: FOR"SALE.( .. ...

p bright and happy! family will be here.We DEALER IK If .\on,\\i\\l: ;II ln.v, rend, ]I'lSe: or .- -- t: 20 Choice linildin Lots, .

by more thaii the !Jiusband and have: heard from Mr Banghart. tJe Drugs M 3dic: ine I it will \'0:1* : to c.ill:] on or IMPROVED FARMSA I At IyiAo( Ki/i Ioy! Lake, only
soil anil
er. f I,i California who bought: out Mr. Henil-I < I: j-iy: f GHOVE3: f -- ..'_. --..... .

--- -- ncks few : Starke FfcuPhysicians' I ntc t i'I '1'. C :i few minutes walk to Ionia P. Q,.
-- a yeais ago stating that be wiil I I "'o.it A "': I .
r. A, E. Moilt ]has nt'arly complete) very likely have his business wound I nee. ::;:{, tf: t.t; ex 'TY. \ store School and! Church.ThfeBe

handsome t\\'o'GC :carriage Mr. that up I Pr. seript tons --........- _-
there -
so he -
''I has been exceedingly busy ever I here wtiere lie intends can to come to his place I I Carefully Compounded at a3i: 1101./I .<-dii 11 "7 Send for cliscriptive pamphlet maps etc. When matting ap I Lots ar150 feet front"Aiul 300 feet

be put up a large ,. ---.-------. .. .-.. .-....-- --
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inserted PLEASE
his bg? ndverlisement nfytt ;;;:a.S1 '\ lands whether to the principal or agents
TELtGUPlI. in ,f saw mill in addition to his farmland} grove 1 1 : olicationfor deep and alI.cleared: and'h'ot( to fruit
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interests I ... c;,Ji. 0! i". REFER TO THIS VERTISEMENT. trees. TIi{ ?> i i.-t'a>tbart.tiii and will
r!
rs. ';:1. Smith of Lawtcy, passed Miss llendiicks of McClenny, is visiting : .;t iV" Mirth!> !S'H ,
: tf ;
h.vcit on friends beie. Also Miss Ella Gnner of I :A W ? Jr.lJ I'.c --'" ....... !: only!!' lie opt-u for a few weeks.
her : -
'fcdntK11nn: Blanton& 1Ia; I '
ynes -:: f -- ----- ----
10 Kita slcJ'8 Luke to ]her inol her's. 1 Georgia:, daughter of W. J. )(. Grincr, : I .. .- ""- -'" -..'.-..'.; E....tll'.:'!: i1 *S :: : I There is i.o huinljiiLT about this

kders will remember IHT better as formerly of this pait: of radford. r ,:.)..j;';/j.-;' A--- \fl ftB"! Ftl 'e'55JARDS & ]iroj"oitijn, hut a clear case ofntceghy.
WIIII tf.t : ; SON I _
1 Carrie Howe Mrs. Knight is fishing ather fathers, \1 / ) iS\ L; .I ;
:
&; ; E l 150 lot
-- --- J. C. Harrington: near McMeekiu, ., __ ,. r. and Mrs. \% II. Davis anti Mr. and Mrs H. E. Foxworth I VI !
is *
Address of
W. E. spending) a I LAKE BUTLER Bradford Co. Florida.: if takeiiattnce. care
Davis and Mis. Healy and week with relatives at Island Grove. : f
dreu have this! Office fnrtlmr information.
for
returned I I
from their two Our primaries come off the 2nd of Aug. i :.fa::': r s FOU( TIlE f .' '

camping on Crystal LalThe}' Lit ulMurn out and take;: an interest. \r e -Dealers in-.--- ; I "
*fine I I SOUTHERN Rail -LVav'Oo i U. D. MINER
timc FLORIDA ;
: and plenty of fish and! are pleased with the St. Augustine: convention I I .

and want to be with the Orlando I I. Trust Lands, S. A. Sisann, Trustee. ': I

e ecUp proceedings. Give us Gen. R Bullock,
f
the IOt1D wa* witnessed I .1.
quut IlItlln cr of ;>ur peopl'Sunday: and all: will be right. As to our county William's and Swann's Lands, fornzerly R. lands. L LI

ht.>*'t \Ve know of one young couple there nominations fully determined we hope that to do all will go I, Florida Land Improvement Company of New Jersey.


k tt' And esd another the| eclipse who through saw: it a from brick aWe satisfactory. without strife and up conlentijti. things- I GENERAL MEF ICHI iNDlSE Florida Land and Mortgage Company, Limited.TI ( I \

COrner cf th. parinr _ -- -0- .. : '... r-. ."
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re seven new buildings now lives. To cure and prevent this annov-: : THE L&9ZES' FAVORITE. and! ttlif-r t'oiiiitit-s 1IIrl'" : !'it a rii- I.f the Lew Gi." rit :bwuttiersi: .! r.ue'fclritt! VATCHMAKERAXD

lip the I in K complaint u-,6, Dr. J. II. Me Lean's I OP ORDER. iiairi! i.id. ami can !Ii., t.., i *:,' dl! vii i'i! hi"( froo suit purcha.-.';?.
? dty- Mr. 1). Kewiug- KEVEK: OUT
'I Little Liver and Kidney Pillets. Thevan ; I, -
dWelling1 l ; -" .
> the Commercial hotel ) agreeable l 'o take: and gentlo in their I Tf jo'idcjirotopurcbccsasowlctriaael.s'c end jmL I '
: -. cur scit at yo--r plaoo ..f'I! liw-; .!. incluiin! Yi-II'iw !? Whitt-Oak, hickory, 't"J LERST.RK
IIg&Kl1lght'6S1\WI! I1I JT. Fevkts'n action tio cents a vial. If you car.ct find cur atrent,write Tl. '''c J t.in'!F.-; : :\ rc t J") ,
? git!.., "ud in rriscs.'"xi-ooi-ovtiKidrppstoyca be low namedjagjsL Cn.r.} -. etc. 'I'" > I >i '. i.t;; ,-ts v-'ill isi-tke! special targaims..i FLA. "
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the :
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bank, besides the \ free an-1 easy: expectoration is .pI'O- .
thla cn- :h which i is not quite .1 uced by a few doses of Pr J. H. Me "!Hampton Fla I utti CHlNE a1cEMI --- > : I .... p.eL-J r'\uc.t\ s t..tt-Pntlon nnrt Jewelry.given&c.to. &e.rpairioz.Watclme All work done*
yet
WhQ dare Leans TT wine Lung Ualin. in all cases v I! UNION SQUAREN DALLAS.I We are ..!!oI' "''r.t ( i.i ,\:1'11.;> for II.,r FLORIDA ::;OUlillEKX!: IJAILROAI). and], at rroaonable prices for ca&b. Enquire Of Eicllran
7 call Starke a dead ol! hoare-aies, sore throat or difficr.Kv of I I I PITLANTAGA SAAC.CAII will Mil their Iwd in .e&iy. Vunty- ly .I February 2-1. 18 Jt i"ace.

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: : of : fiflip Picking ..

; solus-as a French frivolity. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.To Raising car on Sk Milk one of and the most other prominent nerve ,diseases.causes= A p' Picking i fs dohbyItleasifre: the '' WWu.im'l. Grrat-Grandehlldren Widow WatehlBj at tltf_ ,-
fcndard
I \1 uulf\ on(! Cmmtjj!! fork graph ly:Frenchman of the time of Te Luis cur its riysiu cold cab be cured by remaining or basket oeing the unit thfl, Y0f Castle, on the ,
; ; trained this appendage of his te whiten ivory knife-handles and A calf should'be allowed to suck vere sne in warm room1 nd taeaitire once proposed the New nee out ..
fac a wash them in solution aftet birth within doors- did not then Berlin, has again become
Until the piano keys a strong dam for three to seven all aims of it have in a bill which t
: I Published Every Friday. unnatural length. still showed recently itself in of sodawater.All \ according to its strength and condition; near the fire, until Then feareshonld be taken lglUU'f bo* of 16,872, cubic inches resort of members of the royal ',

p English prejudice which its displayin honey not in the comb i loke then taken away and fed its mother'smik disappeared b, havinrf the fee But the usual box is abut eight to ten The aged Dowager Empr tk

r STARKE, FLORIDA. regulations the and prevented upon with suspicon. Comb tt fresh drawn and warm all it will to prevent clad a relap whole! body/ btfefaela capacity, ever i a-- daily walks there. There seemiwj

r now, and army among Americans among ,cerg. Jut has not altough the efort t night and morning. It is easily particularly warmly the chest 'and the back of ing 4 different! size and for to suit itsowfle'8 lifo in the tottering gait, littfe

i : LILY AND VIOLET. is the favorite form of hair upon the face. adultrte it ha\e s not ben .er' soon tughtr drink in its a Ji, and by the neck, well protected when going out. fancy 01 idea of ccnveniende.Other holding in the wrinkled, crewo.(ac,1

t, In its place it pets offthe face,and doctors Rucc .-American Clvator. : placing your fingers inch deep A recent cough alway yieldto growers use wi11 bukt .her vanity is still bund ,-it
;
The lily blooms in parterre, the%iolet in dipping the nose hal an treatment Within two or three bushels
jay -The Rational abut
declare that it is of great use in strainingthe Li'e Slok Joura the following t taken her >
.. .. three >as
the in man
I' puade; into the week, in lot tie four Will pick fifteen bushels a day; prrt f'
air which into the lungs. : "The question mik. Mix a oUceof girl
But each Js IWet and most mpllt.,wher'lrI goes says the condition three days: will do twiceas thirty years, a fact -
I It*lot Neither du>t nor ordinary smoke will go milking machine which succesfulytakcs agel according t milk warmed to glycerine, two ounces of an eA'petl man or woman eXl
skim their sole attention of foreigners
: And what IK true of plant aud flower oneto two of much an they give surprise
hand
of ,
hold through with it When cultivated to the place milking may yetbe Iniied with neW millr. ounces of water, gains morhine. the ol evv
of lordandchurl. be
: T t blood heat may work and are past age. of the imperial
., The lay in her palace haUl, or lowly village excess it i is: valuable as a coffee-strainer. answered in the negative and very the skim milk if the calf is doing Shake Well. Do e three to their A steady groups fal11
I Increase "cutting up. widow
The who when he takes a likely so answered for some timeto skim two eVefjr two or frolicking tho hoary
grL man spoonful wi b another week to one-half feapbttdl children family about
in her
well
with
t \ Wihin her lofty castle home grew up fair Lily of lifts his mu ticlie: with his left fourth to sixth week; to ho r. qsantitj" t not woman, young quicklyfill than ex-Empress Vcri ,h

: SIUl the side of -Two of sugar, milks In the all skirt from ten ..It 1 l her,all helping t pick, "i very Near the Empress ;
.. Afl pure and stately as the dower from which I Ii carefully depositing eggs, one cup whit three-fourths); afterward feed t tftcJ tar children M Dowaer ,<*
her
:: I'j she took her name. the sj spoon on the e'dgc of the cavern displayed three sour baked apples, vanilla, milk. In doing this, do not forget t always safe to give t bleeding 0 1 iff and caried away the afternoon walks, is another pu

,4 : Yet gentle was the maid and. good, like gold beneath, tit it over until the make delicious apple folly. Beat the warm the milk. When it comes to der ten year age-i To srfofl after & vx>th .As a fUe check on which pay- which i in bright contrast to W-
I without alloy in th
;
-. 1 I With every circling year that passed, her pa, contents arc spilt, a graceful object whites of the eggs and the sugar together, half pkim milk, put a heaping teaspoonful if from a cavity jaw a Cork into' piker blade settling As often engages Her MajestyVtion ; ,
extracted shape is day
) ents' pride and joy. at dinner. In the name of all that is and then add the inside of .the apples, of oil meal in it nipht and !morning: has been ; size to cover the the brain of the mightI I the frolics of her _. .
form a expected, i ;
flavor
cleanly the inveterate tohaccohewerhtlc first roasted them soft; scalded with boiling the proper
having b
And modest Violet's mother kept the If this was first to be kept firmly displace grandchildren. of
i loge machinery the
b It and long enojgh devising '
4 side their gate; eschew cither the long mustache with vanilla, and beat to a stifffroth. it would be better, or a gill of cavity; la I clo ed. This busy par pad
water mouth with regard for
'" "' She learned hotlines t knit and sew, content; favorite qui< should be served with cake.eLouis be boiled to a jelly; in place when the and thuf had l labor, just a t ben laid cit their use. &ytrue
in humble stat meal or more may this i is our invention, te the ottori picking; but so far the machinery -: to the
and Irishmen to some of we 01 10hnzoUer
her hair, Pilkcn Englishmen tablespoons-ill or two bele'e ;
No gold no L served
or
gem drk' and an even fail. It has costly blo
Globe.To known fotaid to be more
r { robe bad she; extent affect side whiskers. AnglonianiacAmericans plant potatoes on a swamp into the milk, M it would ,' t lifls h'?en play "soldiers i pae"
'_t AIovIngbertandtrUO all the dower ofA be put warm Us in desperate casev When an artery hand labor ad it certainly ems T'
\1 do the same. Josh meadow with Mr. Frank Thomas, for a few days. than Prince
f I Violet Lee. Blng proved keep without souring at each ,view Frederc Wilm
1 out
I : a close observer of human of Woodbridge, Conn., a happy thoughtfor After the third week of this feeding, is cut tho red blood, spnrU : desirable from a certalfi J p1nt; of of Germany t.. "-
p These Maiden-flowers grew, and waxed mar that nine-tenths of all the men who wear a that turned out very dry. oil meal can be increased to an even pulsation. Press th thumb firmly over that it should remain so. J-'of We need Bismarck. d1s.o"
the the future r.
weet from day to -
and t
te:801
I I Each in her p.ace the dRr learned, to love, side ,'hiskcr arc membci of some church. The Farmer says he "dug 214 bushels of tablespoonful.'and thus go on, increasing the artery near thc!'ound, on molt for the lightemnploY1fl1 1
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upnlng and "
4 ; hard enoughto I Js
., toward the Press children in ths commander-in-chlt' fully
to work and pray. Let the reader look around him this as fine Early: Roses a.s he ever saw from to a half pint moringamI side heart and
I They with learned t smile woe,at others' Joy, to weep morning and judge if Josh is not about three-fourths of an acre of land," and very night gradually the time the calf gets to stop the and wait till a country rather tuiti fewer, *> that in the pressed with the importance of Mt

I To cheer otbl'r'hear and rltbe head with sorrow right Side whiskers become some faces, has sold a good many of them for $1 a be four months old. After the cal is physician comes. The wounded fernIS I distribution of the ultimate1 products of tion. A few days a" h li

t drooping1 even Oscar Wilde would not defenda bushel. six weeks old or it is about as often able to do flii himself if he has I labor this class'of persons may ha TO their mother to i'lvo a fort but

Iw1.I her lordly hal became a Baron's red face framed in pale gold whiskers -Spruce butter tubs are the best;; the oil meal to be s put in the milk, that is,, the requisite knowledge.! Simple frac- share It is all very well f to talk of the but wa compejed f

A.; i rureL|'. labored by her pcasant- as an object of beauty. There are two hemlock makes a sweet tub; acids from without being scalded. Oil meal lubri- tures may b adjusted byaltnost any on .: desirability of eale and leisure and pul- i anuument. with a i-
}jumMy
_,' : I Vlolcl.w fcltiunong varieties of this species. One is the rather the oak color the butter and injure it cates the bowels and keep'them in good L Get the as nearly as possible in the ture in the farmers' and rural labrer stead.tnt hlDl he orders ''o 1

: : Swet lowly ** thcgrcatones elegant affair which is long and slightly ; white ash gives the butter a L order. Great be Used to I natural position and then send for thedoctor. ; families, bat these Yery Iirable .
i c of hair. The is appearance and increases adulterated with another There i is 'ilo great Urgency in comfortable only: grow out of brothers to stand watch, salute $*$
lots ?Jt* heart and band her scanty) otcrariety strong flavor if kept long, get it pure-not possessions '
t' T(1 were the same far :.t shorter, bushy, and has cur the liability to mould; maple smelz and substance, such a plaster of Paris, such cases. In fncture of the skull, a sufficient and competent scale of subsistence he passes with the little wooden. ftHi

f A falththi heart sn'C Gtfc, the for I This is worn by cads cracks badly. Soak all tubs six etc. adulterated it might poison the compression and loss of coniouneSt and the preliminary requirements regular military fashion, tod reg
aa In dam< ga The imperial was first cultivated in Detroit I the examine the Wound itid, if possible, J culture him after duty by brother *
'P4' 'S So,like the days in brine before uing.- calf. the oil meal is made after for a life of leisure 'ati Ha JL' i
t'' ,i past (fowel summc whiiaenanunan.day, In lady France. When it i full and has an elegant l'ost.' "new process I ,"that is, preying more oil 1 raise the broken edges of I the skull so a are a Well'fiUed stomach and comfortable other times he drills them and,&MJ

I __ A_frnc from their In:1 they leire,when curl, it may graceful, and is always -Grape Butter: Cook grapes until'1 i from the ground seed than was formerly to relieve the pressure on the brain. and agreeable furnlhing.'ohe principal- in his miniature uniform, demaodtV
Hway.
f
pas .
_i .M. Trayuatr in. Harper's Yon rather becoming.The the skins are_ tender, then, rub. through L it might require double the quan- Prompt action will ofen.save I.fe. I purpose and conditional obedience on the '
Pr *pularly supposed to beamed 1 done of the rule get with labor ptrt
>
-- -- '. goatee- i cullender fine enough to retain tne seeus.To ; fjh mIxd with the milk that Iharestated case poisoning i t cheapen Work and t dispense ;;
the junior *
A CHAPTER OS ., for tie odoriferous animal each pint of the pulp add one-half above. I we could buy the poison out- of the stonach a soon as and although it may tend fc> enlarge the Prnce: 5
BEABDS. :Jell it-has a smack of Mustard and alt act promptly business It i* amusing t see the perfect!
of this to
Ic. pound of or more if you wish the pure flaxseed and a jelly profits of the and gi\c t *
psible.
i',. .S How Men lave Caltlvated and Worn iml. j in it. It gives one the butter finer sugar and richer. Dh down with feed to calves, it would be a sure tiling, and they are ilWays at hand the manufacturer grower of machinery, and to with which the commands a u

Them-Ilnul U"torleallfot.. itiiat its owner is a jester, to the desired and much better than to trust the oil Stir a in glass' of water increase the general weald, the unfortunate and hear the sonorous spro
4 On full great care prevent burning t tblespnft
) wear their 'jbeards a they may a has .man fun of quaint mceit"t1ns consistency t adding spices if liked. meal usually on sale by mill-feed deal- and swal jw it quickly. women, girls', Mid ,::children are commander-in-chief, the high-m

? ; please. The : I shaver* How a Clierj shaven, me The natural flavor of the grape is excel- ers. If it does not produce omiting in fire left out of the distribution,and the very: ing language when a
is important only to the man that asks s'ere is 1 air. Chronicle.A be minutes repeat the dose After vomiting much-needed pocket sm
lent. San Francisco Calves generally gradually of forward fut
; whiskers and beard may acceptable source far or plaei'it
it, yet it was all the -man who has his three and I a
difference
at whites of two o:
: .- time between ostracism and one He is square also in alLied off batter pudding t be used with stopped off their milk after four months give egg money is cut off Without any euivalent.. ; "Right, dress! The ] beyi
S
in square. doctor. Burns
the for the
being If to send for oug.
; .;: style, and at another of within measures other folks' : and any fruit-apples, peaches, or canned age, and then fed on grass or hay. relieved of The price usually paid i just out of the cradle; &i "
coming mordealngt added of night I are soonest by a applcation the ho1.
provender cents
plumb. He would berries-is made of one pint of sweet this was a pint from twenty to fifty -
the \ and in his
bounds own
.; of Mother Church and being two and made of nine-tenths cold water. DrJ carbIt sda, or As the hops are picked they about pecul way
a echibinatic. No(Mohammedan dares metrical figures and lay out the *o geo- milk, four eggs beaten very light, morning up oat soda $ burned soon a gi-t promise of a
; i I nave I Heaven by a species of theological' teacups of hour, one teaspoonful of salt, and one-tenth flaxseed, ground together baking sprinkled the said are dried in a kiln, which 'is a building lee"_
to-day unless he belongs to a cer- t would accelerate their growth, andkeep spot is the latest 'remedy) to at end!,, father" zpprs among
} I tain sect for it is onoinetry. His is the "beard of and one-fourth of a teaspoonful: of soda. it arranged .with a stove room one p ofii
I .!. I to,call a sufficient mark" of contempt cuts," which the melancholy Jacques forD describes "lace the fruit in the bottom of anpudding them in fine condition. If this be very effectual. These Jeans are only in which IS a lafg 8tfe with carried takes command degrading
"no pIp .
a man a beard, and an dish then the cannot be had, some ad"is scalding the temporary. In severe ss a physican: twice across : l, they the rank for the time
insult not be man wearing in the sixth b.then ; pour son bj
borne te t
to threaten to tear a 01 r Journal of
I t it Bake for grain and seed; let the two soak a while should b sent $ the Over this room is a with
I I it, while you can wish the Moslem magisterial age. The printed beard han S; of anover three-quarters for.-Hll\ enter chimney. But this he accepts ,
1 ,I no and with rich and then feed. As I have never Health. floor covered with :loosly woven .
affectation of the serve, pudding
j .
better fortune than that his beard past, and was the sauce, ofr together -+ slated 0\In to show his own proficiency.
j! grow. When ScUm I. in the sixteenth may mark of :gallant. >ot so the double Post. ''1 cream and sugar.-N. Y. I advise to watch the effect the .lily Them. hempen carpet, upon whir the'hops are: will be well-drilled at the a' t
closely at the beginning, and see that Xostrms-on't stove room f.
I pointed beard, which is the sign of -A spread to dry.: .
century a L
oft Princes
\ his beard he corresi .. when all royal receive themf
d" '. snociccd* drec1e than if he cleft o chin hidden_ under it. The hair Recorder says thaVn Ol the.lrUU? cal does wel on the .gram meal and Under \hateviD me }hey come let is thy baling room, and over this 1 tnestre of First-Lieutenant. Then jia_ _

J had cut off the whole population of a does not part: gracefuly without this. pentine and'hung amtt01! } 'soaked I turk I feed role( or them entirely aloie TMpeddling, nuisance room in which the hop* are kept a
\ The beard whole corn, except then it or raked from the drying mand will be :
a Wisdom becone almut they are swept genuine.-Belint
sanctity. bl&e%
trees
conquered town a bold act for nlum J"just as the branCJCfSqf ha unbarable.
\ J 'a do feed that mixed half and half
I is thought to "it may to timl room and from which passed .
smile when t .
t at remonstrance. accompany ing, and frequently renewed3 Jf,1 a or mjre they _. .
Hal
thcIurt'l atrf ; and onetenthoil '
I \ It is a sign of complexity of the long and whitened by the snow of age. plums are half grown, will em, ,..., \iV:; with wheat shorts or bran cottonseed, meal rtife calfd t thj door and im- the baling room down ? or put THE HUMBLE
.. 1.; ;1 differentiation of [modern civilization. Its col color is proof that the fires of protect the fruit from the depredate 2 meal; or perhaps oil portuned t pUrcMse silvi plating fluid, The temperature of the drying DANDEU1
r I Herbert Spencer might that are declining and the ashes are of the curcu'io. If may be safely substituted for the or fire proof powler' or sa ic cure al for kept at 180, with A rapid :current of air A. Srglected Flower Which It Wcfof .
say every gum camphor or an> meal in the mixture. But as this is Better Fate. '
a }
moisture
.a carries othe
it
which
\ appearing wHle his
\ man wears his hair he pleases or none The Hindoo essential oils, such as s every disease, the armer through ,
: a who in the literature of pepprmint. pennyroyal 'fi substance than the latter, I againadvise rod ventilator or in some cases, by a The dandelion a negleL flon ]
at all i he s choose. That the full sages that people sassafras, etc., in the work is haunted ry the lning fend by a i
f beard :mark of savagery was the opinion spend lon
:, of almost all civilized peoples. represented as wearing long beards which that it becomes intolerable to all insects. thatit proves Wnoficial. Whole youascertain the good the farrer'l do him means of a vane attached; to it, so a t To the rile dust from whence it ipruj*
I the cent flow into their Jupiter is nat smooth talk increase the When half dry Unwept un&onored and unswig.Yet j>
Consequently young Jom:1: shaved lps. always -When a housekeeper is looking for- oats may be profitably fed yearlingsand aa a purchaser, ;. drft.
a'umed the ,'irie toga, and denominated represented a full and fowing ward to the erection of a new home, let to cows-two to t ing fellow Want|k niakeijira agent for hops are bleached by burning suphur on it comes early, blossom freeIy,'

all 8 ages a term from beard as the accompaniment of wi1lom her insist upon plenty of closets. At according to age, eightquartprdaYt some very quick jelling fjf n implementon live coals in the stove room; the tulllhurous lifts so bright a color to the sky tirtt

I r4 which we derive the word "barbarian," and strength. Yet there are few of the least three are indispensable-one above I given at the same time. After fcel two which"the codmiasioniire very large, acid vapors pass up through the hop rivals the very sunshine that coaxed}

? meaning bearded.The Romans who played great men of the world who were remarkable stairs for the storing of winter clothing, months old or so, a calf should have a and if a bargain contided and anorder and whiten and brighten them. from the cold ground. Not tbet

1, thatscurvy trick oithe Sabine women were for their beards. The Grecian bedding, carpets, and the like bed- pinch of salt put into its mess night and given mayhap the finer soon finds The hops remain in the store room
a
probably hairy felows, but their refined I sages wore them, but a hasty glance room closet (one for bedroom; is niorning. After a year old!, this may be a note in the bankover tnature, equal some time t toughen and lose their brit- fornia poppy, the- pride of the IMfc

'4 .. esendant than I off the hair of ul the through a portrait gallery of the great desirable), and a closet every opening from increased to an even or heaping teasjxKjn- I to the amount of the onl4 And these tene!, aftrhich they: are baled in coast, glows with a more briffifti

r except of the: scalp. the men of lttrtue and science shows few kitchen or wood-shed, wherein store ful. But a lump of Liverpool rock parasites continue to hs the whole bag whih 150.to 210 pounds; yellow, or shows more delicate gnfctiona

b frt barlicr landed in Jlomc from Sicily full ( Shakespeare wore I mustache away boots and shoes, and t old placed in a IM>X which they call get 8ll year around until every <* who does not rge bale wi weigh about 180. of color. The heart of the daai

j abut three centuries before Christ, the alone. So did Sir Thola' Brown, clothes, and all those many hat cap which lick at pleasure is better. want to be duped or swim d feels like The value of hop efU( upon a lion is warm and fervid like the"nk

j practice of having wa no doubt a mail of contemplation.Women make f>o much disorder, thing Calves sometimes scour The best loading h.gum The on safe way is t peculiar bitter, aromatic :substance con gold of a ripe orange, while the 1
rigorously denounced by the old and children love a full beard. getting put down no between the 8 of the cones,
continually in the unless thing I have found "OUJ money tined sal
to this
t pray s way stop is to stir Il,1ipay each delicate calyx reflect the
beards They delight to
staunch conservatives always, but, run theiringer through some or. half of for peddled no is known 'lupulin.: This
I particular place room for them. a pint wheat flour into boiling order t
1 like imported it its curving masses, women know man do not knr consists of in tints that shine on the tender leaf cfi
al luxurics grew into Country (Jentlcman. water, thus making a mush of it. When any you wi as very smal YlluW grains ,
Those who how easily a man is soothed by that and off buttercup, and so perfect the
81a'e closely have at sort -. .*-. cooled blood warmth, feed to the calf agreed, put your | all the (shape not unlike mushrm.and ,
I least illustrious of careas. When Vivian Mer- t leeches who marked the surface with ing we can not tell when the
examples pmt to. pursued Making Cider. and if does not stop the scouring repeat go nrundt t ring something on ; elongated ortVj
I They would hardly go s even lin, intent upon stealing from him the the dose and give no other food,till for nothing. |H.f oval cellular Thw substance is passes into yellow, and the yellow J
; the hair of the iicad was not spared. charm of the woven paces in the depthsof Cider is something that costs but very the little animal gets well. This boiled A firm in Pennsylcanixfir to farmersand used in rIg, the'form:; of tinc- palostamber. >kj

This cleanly peopw abhorred hair, that h-, the forest, she wooed him to notice her little where orchards are large and fruit flour iithe more beneficial because it acts gardener "the vitacompound" ture or pills, as a nerve dative and anaromatic I What be thaa'flfc

"I natural hair; yet they wore wigs constantly by casting herself down at his feet a he plentiful, as in its manufacture may both a medicine and food. or seed and plant "invi-stiter," purely tonic. It consists of cellulose, can prettier
and arthicnl sit with eyes uplifted under an oak, and used much fruit that is unsalable. The a nourishing chemical and brave blossom set in the vivid gnu
at times. Buckwheat ] is resin, nitrogenous matter a bitter
I buds i put
food!
: I I When their! a lists. a man combed his beard with her fingers and best apples pay letter when barrelel and calves four :poor that at best for in little boxes, Iatentedl, and contains up- stance, and essential oil a tub of the new grass? If Oscar Wilde U
r I I 1 with made a of it, in which ofl,. but there arc many .,. ... ; it act as aslow having penetrating
a of she hid her tnt thaotb
than ouncs chosen the dandelion rather
h bard sal days'growth Yi that j llin. poi,ll in the stomar-li._ __ hit. .it_ i." les tWO of a midnrp odor and narcotic. prowrtv. fat.
,c 1 they mean "tilS fellow lithe So she lulled the old Jan trees produce nothing fit for eating, pure a and sweet I doubt nn this last i j of sulphate of zinc, acet of -I lead -d of ammonia, sulphur, silica; chlo. sunflower as a typo of the reTii
f a sloven or of low until he fort his wisdom and told her but whose fruit makes good cider. The : asjjer- alum in the acett
'a a costing
degree. tion. A correspondent speaks of having drcjj store two or sulphate and malate of esthetic sentiment, we could adah
It was a mark 4>f distinction on the the secret. And then the vixen wove the crab apples are best for good cider, and in calves three \\i oxide and ptas
( dropped in autumn. would be cent. iron, phosphate his judgment instead of laugiuigll
of the charm of his destruction.. some sections are used for this I
I part warrior returning from the purpose much better have them in the Dr. justly queri what possi- ate of lime.-Ar. Y. limes':
come It fS
at his conceit
Women entirely. While 'it is t now
queer
for it sometimes have beards not
campig meant he had had no but necessary to earlier later ble influence white vitro of lead "
spring, iugar
i off Though they wore they are not proud of them. The ap- use the best apples, yet good, sound, climate of the or according to the and alumina can have oriegetable -.4 + as yellow, just as prolific, just a>Mr
rip After the calf is
k 1' no beards and degpised the long-haired pearance of one on an old woman's face ones only should be used. They two 10caIh. mination and development They formno ger- A Sew Firm. plex in structure, and a thousand tSfif.
and bearded G ret Iks, had marks a departure from full womanhood. b carefully assorted, wiped clean and abut I put &very little *
: I yet they respect I and grass before and it will soon part in the chemiealsjf. agriculture. An Austin merchant who i remarkable more graceful. The dandelion <* J
for this natural excrescence as a mark of Withes were supposed to wear them. every unsound one discarded. But is for his
business
j The old method begin to nibble this, but not eat credulity largftn the rural enterprs and who compared to the warm, sweety
manhood, and th yore at times an hasaiways had a horror of a barded of preparing a bulky much till four months wi make-up and very likelyjhese go into there of slender sunflower
any the
or wi buines a girl, jo
I in the orchard past. "endor .
-, artificial beard tied to the head. but the slight mu* press to oe left I
r Amothfaer wom:1 on will find of
tche standing the plenty in
weather be startled few
Detroit was
j bald-headed! the lip of the brunette until next season, should be genial, it is better to puri money a nights overripe charms of a buxom mita)
beauty
; /A Egyptian man can becoming.The thought with, for we now have away and the calf run in a mal pasture where Post and Tribune. ag by a burglar trying to open the shut Pinned to the bosom of a falrw

I ,( faLon-plal.caim sculptures as his inhabitants of England never press that do the work in crher a cleaner; the grass' is short, every fair day. -*.---4-- Sizing a weapon, the Austin merchant gown, the dandelion nestles that
Whether here or in stable, it should have Locust Timber ( until the:,burglar was in
better
I \ clings to his beard may comb could be brought to eschew the naturaladornment and more cconomicl manner, fresh, clear water which it could reach the in plain sight i in the though at home, while the

it daily with assiduous care, and even of their faces, notwithstanding -I their cost being mal compared with and drink at pleasure. follow The locust and tWlng. to be ron, the former drew his moonlight suggests a shield, whose purpON-

p encircle it with to ring if proud of its the regulations of the Church of for their.(f'ctireneR. full directions modify with good judgment Strictly all the above or magnificent trees in and and called to the intruder hold pistol hie defense, not ornament Andtleoti*
4 I length of filament, but he would hardly Howe for the government of the clergy; I accompany them it is directions and I think each possesses a hard, tex- hands. : t up
need have dandelion old
follow the and in the to into : one no grows so grace
j.::' Assyrian fashion and plait it steady adherence of English unnecessary go details; but it is trouble in ture that recommends lese woods for "What "
in not one who knows raiding fine strong calves.-A. : are you doing here? covers its fading charms with a1s
rolls to
tI many and\ bind it with ribbons, priests beards and their wives every how to keep B. in N. T. use in the manufacture and
:L. (t nor would he pUt it in a case as the ancient lay the seeds of the Reformation. On cider for any length of time. In order to Ale Tribune.. agricultural implements.tjln wagons early daysa the"I was trying to make S, raise," replied of such filmy lace we hesitate .

F dwellers bvfthe Nile did with their such threads dos history hang. On the do this the cider should be strained into -4 great many locust were burglar. : which is lovier, the fresh blossomli

;. l 1 I.. false beards. 'Jhe Israelites who gathered other hand, there are races who cannot clean barrels and immediately placed Facts Worth Remembering- in Napa and vicinity tree, ithich! have planted at "How? Answer much do you" nfeke at this business the pride of its young beauty or ft*

.'. at Jerusalem would be his exemplars grow the beard, and consequently] dislike uudeshelter.. I should ferment tined fine up. f dying flower in its etbenif.shroud. ..
; i for they were proud of their or neglect it. Negroes and Mongolians ready for storing away if it is unti Sudden deaths do not come from heart spires. prprtion. a tl straight trees thousand"If I had the propr tols 1 could makea It is wrapped as though its spirit*il'

I unadorned beards, and retained them seldom have anything approaching it. be a little "hard," but if preferred sweet disease-one case in twenty-but from i is free from worms and Jie rot night"Iy
even in The Indian brave his it should not ferment. the congestion of the But blight. oucould? the merchant made visible as it left its e5Xth1hiand
captivity among the clean-pated kept face clean of To pre lungs or brain, the locust particular as hardwood exclaimed wavewl-
1 pyramid buide. Joseph shaved himself hair, which only grew stragglingly, and vent fermentation at any time, first or from apoplexy. More die from possesses many qualities lat recommend, laying down his a table.: could be seen while it "

:. answering the summons of the first step when a white man wasadopted place the cider in a barrel from whicha congestion of the lungs than of the brain, it for displacing the hictty and oak im "Yes, I could make a thousand dollars moment over its cast-off body; Thi

.. :: Pharaoh, that he might not be offensive int any tribe was the removalof stave of the head has been removed, and more of congestion of the brain than ported. I seasons wilout a night easy." pering a final farewell.-Dx X0

( t the mighty ruler, which i is only anearly the on his face. This the squaws care being taken to leave a space of from apoplexy. Sudden death from and is tough, springy in 3ke checking, "Have you any objections to taking Register.

instance of that capacity of ac effected by scraping with an oyster shell. about ten inches between the top and the heart disease is usually caused by and grained thanjjhickory.young wood me in a an equal partner, if I advance .

I j. commodating heni-elves t 'circum- Hough, tear-dru\\ing shavingl'ltbrought! cider. Now place on the cider a deep ture of some large artery near the rp wagon hubs it i better aa the For you the money t buy the professional *
timber CONFIDENCE
I stances which m&kcs out roots and all and block of which of from of the tools i GIRLISH :
the Jew so.powerful extirpated the wo course, foat congestion lung by instantly now used and one Sadimpnfo _o,, ?
I "I I to-day. &' hair.Barbers and on hal a rxmnd I I stopping the breath; congestion of maker uses no other.timr--for--the..ovu- ; on the contra/y, that's what I A.Bit of News That.While perfeet1ZJ

1 I The barle8 frace is the fashion of the are a product of civilization. phur. Set fire t i cos"uptghtl sIn .the brain, by causing pressure on the of the vehicles he turns < In this hub? came here for. I wa going to make ly, Was Awfully SurprUlnf. 4

1 % t gladiatr ad the prize-fighter for the Their imjx>rtance has declined. They as you are I brain, which paralyzes and instantly destroys climate other tmbr uf for such dr you that very proposition, when you "Oh, Kitty! I've something thJ
same thav the ing and leave it closed for life from purposes brought out that "
1 : r reason nlnnt sol are no longer surgeon and dentist of an hour. Re- ; apoplexy by hemorrageof seem pistol. to tell !"
.' diers shaved their chins by r cornmandin the village, but still maintain their char- peat this several times during the day by the brain. Heart disease most frequently for such season t the locuis on.leing found wet, and "Excuse my apparent rudeness. You you"

order that they might not acter as news circulato1. Barbers cuta igniting the unburnt sulphur, and when results from neglected or improperly able for purpose where desir- can cal to-morrow at my private office "No!
carry *
L about with them a handle whereby the larger fge Oriental literature and the process is over put the cider in the treated rheumatism. It more rial is alternately d to wagon mate and have the ready for sign-, "Oh, but I have, though.1

,.:' enemy could sefce them. The reason was that of Europe than they do in barrel intended for it. Now fl the bar- often follows mild rheumatism than tho and dried. subject being wetted ing. Good night papr please push the "Do tell me, quick!"

good; for there might have been hostile the tales and poems of hardier climates. rel with more cider and treat the same severe kind, because severe rheumatism grower on good if >* very rapid shutter to, from the outside. -Texan "You'll never lisp it to.any m*?,
inquiries for the youthful It seems that the manner, filling nearly full the receives sit planted to Sifting*. '
conqueror on strange barbr should barrel pre prompt treatment, while the thickly t the anctkas no No indecdr"I
.the partof his be viously used. The form is superior ---*.
an
own army. important society operation is this: mid often neglected and left for fuel purposes when $
p ;' But men who grow beards are a proud among :people who do not shave as a Sulphureous acid gas is formed, which its way to the heart Persons t hot fire and burning wilout on, creating The Trade in Lure Powder wouldn't" have you brt

J. of them a of tbjnr chidrn Are they I rule, but the barbers of Mohammedan the cider absorbs. This gas instantly arrests suppose themselves suffering from i The problem of hard w d, kindlng. Anora the world! .

1. ; not their ewn4 full of individual countries are given to the comb rather all fermentation and destroys fungus, heart dias because they have pain in production might be eofed by "wizard Kelly, alias Madame Byron, the "Oh, I won't!"

j idiosyncrasy? Every crinkle than the razor. It is Moslem luxury to the consequence being a good, sweet the region of the heart, or palpitation, down plantations bf locui and putting S to foresee her destiny" Jersey City, failed "Not to any one, remember.

means something, if it rprlnt nothing sit in a cool stall while an active barber article for almost an indefinite time. seldom have any disease of that organ. tus, from twcnty-fiS jail on own destiny, and is now in "No-I hope to die if I 1 do." J
more than a dime laves, combs and The sulphur gas is perfectly harmless In nine cases out of ffeeIt a charge of love '
I 1yed barber. perfumes the bard, and ten they are surfer- years would be in and rUng philters "Well, then-Oh, it seen*
Peter the Greaf knew human nature,,; accompanying his work. with imparts no unpleasant taste. To make ing from dyspeptia-nothing more. Congestion dition. Many trees planlfe con-' to pwder The ymce sent two girls funny!"
and used his to extort stories of genii and and apple butter, the cider should used of the is twentyyear! and
lungs most this of
in youngest *
: kI'ledg afri bautifulwomen b a frequently ago vicinity are detectives the m""I'm
w feet made "Oh do and tell \
from his it in the hurry
; laid money or selections frm the comes directly from the the caused by a sudden change from the diameter, and had they following up v
a on
Ijen which
and at first Fashions pt sweeter the better and heat of planted for the reprt u'p afraid you'll tell."
raised have ill
t, bars more commo changed to porcelainlinedpots an ventilated room or railroadcar other purposes than for shjde took wir}3
I copecks.: But the Government time in beards. Now it was the pointed, are best, a brass and iron often or horse car t the cold air outside, avenues of travel, they right trees be along an old me alone tol' me that there u "Oh, indeed, indeed I wont" -ft-

h barbers began shaving of the beards of now the T beard, and again it might b. cause metallic precipitation from the without being protected by sufficient to profitable account < turned she man who wan:s.me. He is marred ''I'd never forgive you if you dii;

delinquents, when the tx was paid with the mustache. But fashions have union of the cider (malic) clothing; hence many persons thus seized into wagon stuff.-Aq fe manufacture. Re said, and I n.ust have nothing Well, but I won't! "

; I expedition. j to ay anything about it and every with the metal. This is partially in the streets. Congestion of -.4.-. \ _.) '. man t who with him. But there is a young life might not like it, you kno*

: ,, The m\stcq has been an object much variety is" worn. A made at a avoided when the cider is very fresh, yet the brain most frequently result from Without Any ard. meet him also want me" and I would "Who's/ze"
i man upon whose place frequented by men in this city one there is danger at all times. Exposure trouble and anxiety of she said. Then, she .
upper producing told
: 1? lin a constant Shadow day the to the air allows cider The ti how to secure him. me "Oh, I forgot! How foolish 1
king
I bang i is the one gave following results: Twent- to absorb oxygen, sleeplessness, followed by engorgementof o Spain sent She told
I wlw.linds it most J.{. stroke it; five men wore alone, f'e which formsalcohol. Further exposure the small blood-vessels of the brain, sudden to the Pope, young manVf high ambassador would prick my finger and draw me! she "Are you ever going to tell me. -
With
t a J it must b nv-rscd and coaxed. Man the full beard. ,and nine the beard clipped; admit more oxygen and we have vin loss of vital power and tion, with a special biS10n.extc- this she would iwrite a bo. "Yes, yetI said to myself"away

;, t i hood has ad'anr its sign, and the ':, ten wore full mustache and clipped egar. After awhile the vinegar will be death. Apoplexy may be almotinstt Pop informe' that a- & ___ Hebrew. .. or somethincinn?,_.- ..-_ __ -that I'd tell you anyhow.
.; 1 -. ;! thoughts, .ys on it. With how I II beards, five the mustache and imrri.-il, changed by the oxygen into carbonic disease, or it mav be inlllln v>v f, f te : deman "an" cu voy 01 in the papr. This I Irwas ip a powaer "Well, do then."

I [ I 1T J I muC whose envy he Job on the nex young and two the goatee; two wore n.n.side acid and water, which- i;: rptum-u. t/* &;f.<. living,"or its oppsite, too great*rj VW abste A1CC imagined that fie would! beived audience an aged, the when I young t carry was to, and 'Well then-oh, you'll be U
man uppvr lip's j whiskers alone primitive condition before miousness. minister covecd package: in put
% crop ha a year's an unusually small entering the affect my bosom
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1 I It's tiny filaments he number the apple. All the acids of small white har st venerable would come then he 3urprisedt"f!
2 A i gwhf endeavors. ; one imperial, and two fruit whether portion of the body, from a finger ete I of t me in of himself. "
J' : to a }Int. He waxes it to make smooth chins, while four wore no hair. tartaric, citric or malic, are finally turned or to to a entire limb, or it disable in walked witilight elsa which didn.t buy rpit. I "Oh, do hurry and tell.
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zi it He down. The has Thus it the into carbonic acid and the half may sp quite a tered the we en "Well-I-I'm-engaged'!"
I young man done S'cm. mustache is the favorite decomposition the body or the whole young man. Iaughty a I irritable place a lady
body was
i: .: this in e\r at and clinic where hair in Cincinnati, the beard in some form of cider; is only the progress of when death soon follows. When half, Pope looked a him, an at the Madam Byron told me that just leaving. 'Xo"

i i: : was To return t the rmldn2: next In winter a large propor. changes that are ever taking place in all the body is affected by paralysis we ."Are aU the dd diplo lat sid: just paid her the last $20 the lady had "Yes!"

,1 ancient dwellers by old Nile-the young i tiol bars would be found. These I II !ubtncs formed bv union of car be certain that the seat of the disease may is dead, that thelinlsnds tit a i Spain for love phiter and powders.of a *50 fee Well, who to?"

EyJtan was spared one of the most I I I figures in.1rat the favorite-style-s here. oxygen and hydrogen in fruits, for in the opposite side of the brain without eard YOUngboy troi -Cor. De- "To "
because e\enla
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? periods of life, for his father had They not d:) as averages for all the same change takes place among the nerve fibres cross. Partial homme mmberI. ) "H leune, -.. .4-____ "
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I shaved him Coistantly.since he was five I I AIrical cities.Cincinniti Enquirer. expressed juices of black oerries, currants, often when caused paral"si the indignant fpaniard, father, sid -A verdct of $3,000 "Why-Lol-Brigham!

Sc 4 I 1 years old, leaving only a couple of Jok -* .- and even the vegetables. Sugar added. ture tmprr blood-vessel l if* therup mater, had thai the King,my Syrcu N. Y. a few was rendered at "lam!"

; to hold him by should he prove to I Tables for meals in the thirteenth t cider 8trengthen it in alcohol by i is got rid of by or otherwIse in a beard, thtght h honor consi t I of Florence Steggall days since, in "Tee, hee, bee!" .
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renegade Yet the mustache ha been adding more carbon.-Boston Star.Out absorption sent you a : Pratt, for vs. Fr. S. Isn't
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