Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1888
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00170
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'::i. '(1Ifa HATES.. -:.._PROFESSIONAL.' -.CARDS.- t 1 t i. ,I .R- oJ.:I 1" { Il4itbewhitehe: 1 I WILD :EASTERN TRIBES. 'pta- and all In jreadicg- ,c chpx&etcr la PCIUSONAL AND-IMPERSONAL' .

.' fcere I am writing at home, dear, "I1d ew her and she knew me, but D.Iit.IS; of tfr.i. ClaIM ..tk* the seco id..h' | .tts ell age once lost a wallet ,
.':-5 ... =.. 1 !.m. 6a.1a.J DR. JAMES H C ,' ; 1 1'01110 faraway,,,t., "; hc: '* I' bless lOp, she didn't want any thing of I ,BOTMM Vrasttor.About The 'ned day he inserted in all the containing >M,000, lad; a' :clergyman

; ; :-J--- -4-- when you read the letter, mVnor my company. I could see that.. I I the wjjd.tribes in Bu nah we daily papers the following: JUT { found and restored it. .. -

Ioolliio rcx iu $70 It 00 wonder what you will say. But she couldn't out? Oh! : '' have. someinteresting. 'details. A ANTED-A.GOOD. TIDY GiMWHO j who '
. .. $JM S 40. $01 150 2dIU SURGEON> ) green leave whisper around me, 3 get ,, IJ .e**.cook plain food will receive h! het I I -Mr. John B. Fry raslonce ..
.. 5(131 TO bO.. 120 0 t5 )1 nlghting Ue*** stbav, '_ ?She cocked her heud bUI'1.he younriataffoMcer ftSJ1frOI1 tOn wages and all the comforts ef fl home IB a small pt1atG.lect1'rn tp Henrj , x3ooo itx: mu 1100 LATE OF CEDAH'KEYS.Oiloc as they dlftthat ay.4Mr. \ one side; stepped daintily- built near;the plaleau"of; SoStlKernShaq fw.181IY by applying to No. tl.,\Y.'I'E&BUKYAVE. living at Sidney, N. Y., nearer seventy +
( four lore nf .
wool $ Ijifor you fold use jail (J '1
$ i about half as big as \tribes describes"tnevcounlry as' before Mr. old, .
iboflm and flvacenuInstrtioru at residence, cast of Kentucky f & J I _-,The first'one came noon. years '
can sehe he fndlypuiisperd, 18 I at that abounding lriwooV 'water'and the'
saw a glance she Boirse r hand heriorsHe SoutkCarolinajirliWaa! married .
he s.\>y the fat cump fire, l I I' was on tpl'et .TA
iic -.for time ndvrrtlscmcnts upon read andre4 k.r JettANI The less sense the Sh l :&fdi l. I readVer character' "ii glance.\ '' She 'n-r× in seven weeks *nd is now .
,J. 0. HAYNES heart that could moremstinct I sa* that the creature feuds of ,a iidl Very alarming: or'dangerpus" **
gtbemco. never tire. ; I >Was ayoung,,lady whJKpfather/ bad bothered to know jWhich _of.tfes chaps. f
can see her true eyes sh njpg, would get out somewhere.'Why kiitcIllotmY-cIa bad-i foaghf '
los teWllions silver mine .
in a boj.'u? is her ru husband, .
she leans her little band
.,-. ..CIIIPTUtN_ _Ie_' &_rES._ i.- W.'i : gazes and upon dresauf about ce..;' not use hei for carrier pigeon.' :for1; thirteen!idaysooniedatlrout '.,*. 'andV like true heroine, she' had set -4 'fashloual4o,,gir'' in:2ew York .

......::. ...,.........11 00 in this dtsUftttand1. !! lq '.J Y' :knd thusesiabIbh communication i with' coming'to close paarten( 'Jr F1i" ni'ilerowrf1iving.: She waa wears> flower buttons pan3les>ithtea: .

;..;.............. ...... so bugle rang,out at.J.midnight.. Z. 'the outside'wbrtd? I 8h uld l't'care to 'only one casualtyuj' TheuShiuis ..N8ithera ushered iintp the parlor with many and daisies and buttercups with
Office ., Joae"t i gowns
er Brick Block.
must he palt.avariably die here and be pitched out to the cattle 'are d.iyide4.Lule sou.Aw '
jMtMcrintlons light was lost ere morn, raP s and bows, and Mr. Uowser'ob- oth r'.griWU8, all being finely wrought
Me. N*dlscriminoUon.In favor of any fell with his old battalion by forkfuls, or-put through a threshing four i m1-independenttries taqnabbling. .Iwal served: .withhold and jewels. 'Co / .'

7.:lomalcaUons upon all nutters of local GEO. BAISDEN, at{home a hope the forlorn.sun is shining .machine although might deserve and "flgMijFcBr ci J' iy dear-young' lady you called IpNWJDe "Miss -:"oo" Shaw; 'the merleao' .

t.lOllelt-ed from all j arsof: the ouniy.ECUIE I I the roses of June unfold such treatment, adI couldn't get out' nicHe 'exercised .-ove? t4heseaoverelgnty .clanaa. 'to see about the eiluatioa. I whistler; recently whistled for the "

Painter and the maiden is quietly ee 'nC. myself. .t which,,varied'jin. $ SOCLIY'IES..rd Paper she dreams|,r dpani offl7| ti 1"'i ) "Itoreleaffmmmynote-bookan4- lion ud veig t..acpording ib dlttancb
r lir : you come I think we hhall get along soD complimented byhimioH>5r .
.', ,- tJq.I wrote something like this: Our policy of encouraging trade,promIsing :
together.i fern
STARKE ; splendidly unusual
_/. Lode 'No.' 42,'!. 'and Ac III. FLA. Comet to fathoms protection and demanding an an- "* unusual. facility in an.. -
MOWED' rescue.I burled .
my am "Do, you boss the kit hen? she saucily 'i- p .
rularcommun'catlons Saturday ALL WORK GHAUANTBBD. deep In bats northwest corner of toe barn jutS nual tribute of moderate'amount;!'is in nlneart-n "#f
i .no'ita' I* W. 4.IJKL1TEU.. M.K. opposite the house. Myblie necktie is thrust accordance with and in the inquired. Francis MurPhy; t temperance : .
.WAUlUGKr, 8l'OI'ctarl. i Droll Adventure and His through the'crack. Perhaps sou can see it. Jam precedent, "Well, n-o not as a rule, but on this revivalist attributes much wf his success -

-I 1 BUGG & WILLS ,Novel Beacue. .., mowed,, iu. Your relative. hands 'of experienced officers may I occasion I have set oft to show Mrs.. to the fact that while speaking: '
. flay todse No. jlO, I. o. O. F. ? FRED INGKRSOLL.VI lead to cordial and.close relations. Bowser how thiaga should' be man- ,
_. tied the note to the hen Another tribe that I he never permiti himself to- say a
Fridny night at ()d I Fellovi securely of the Chins, has -
* eeti'Triiflh evrrr nt brothers cordially: invitoJ to Attorneys at Law, ., Al. Now for your story; wltifa portion of the necktie, the rest its home near the headwaters of the I aged."Humph! Things have come to a harsh or unkind word about the.

L. C. HULL, Noble Gran.L w fluttered from the barn, and Biddy Irrawadi and the Chindwin rivers. A drunkard or about the saloonkeeper.Mrs.

' _J. C. WIM.,*.Vice Craod.3.ynwFecIetary. STARKE, FUA. members of the Bicycle Tour- stepped forth, 'one foot :tip the :her curious fable about the origin of the pretty has pass when to an old rooster around like the J. A. Ansley oi ..- box 4L you got come poking '
Will praetioe in a'l the Court in the Club were; relating their ad- foot down,' carefully, conscientiously, human race from one hundred and one kitchen! I won't take the placer'I Ga.,.:has a pair of Indian moocasina

, |.pendcnt Order of Bed M-n.OLA and Firth Judicial: Circuits.ROBERT ofhe'-jjasWseason,. r ndj the as a hen does, and b and:by a faint eggs is too'long, to quote or analyze." heard it all from the next room donated to. 'grandfather by General .

I TMIVK Ko. 'J. Fu>tuDA.Coutic'li addressed,*a tall, nandBomoatblctd, {.ng spoke hopefully of her progress That these'i Chins have devoted most andwhen Mr..Bowser.cam? in I was Andrew Jackson who rned'them s.

, kindled Wednesday's Bleep at their KEITH slightly as --he'knocked' 4o my waiting':heart. 'MeanwhileI of their energies to the preparation of1I811ng black i ia the ..face and choking for 'in Florida during some of the earlier

amtnrke. nIL from his cigar r before replying. was a prey to anxious thoughts."Suppose .I an. intoxicating drink, without breath. l' t.t |t. conflicts of the Government* with the ,
:. lent: brother cordially Invited to atJ. she should reach the the, b ? Seminole Indians.- *
droller adventure than mine, never any prompting from .English **I-I swallowed a button" I, ex- .
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rA do. MILLUN CnicI, of Ke'conls.8un JONES. Sachem.IAS. Attorney at- never happened. There's the light,but perish in her' ,perilous journ- pioneer is a. very melancnoly/ plakied as I got my breath, but he gave -John W, Mackay; ;' e. Jbonanza

; the ludicrous, the tragic, the ney, become hemmed in and ,unable to which we 'commend, _,to h Canon _Farrar., mea, look/ull. of fierce suspicion and king;;has a', dinner I !erq4, worth. .!

? J. reotDlHraDeo., enta.l. all combined.in this story go !any farther; suppose, she should The details' of this 'mixture are repul- went off to answer'a, second ring at the $100,000. The .silver wasjhirnishedfrom '.-

4 eetf erory.Monday nl bt.hi Temperance STARkE, FLA.. e, and it's true, every word of it: lose.the letter in* her" but a sive. Bark the root i of the egg plant belL It was'another girl. longing for :this .own mines and/'upbn ttfo
ii \\ MEACHAM.- W. p. [ ,'let me see, just six weeks triumphant cackle assured me that the beans, peppercorns, garlic, the the comforts of. a home. Mr. Bowser completion the et'he bought the "
* jJL')'. Scrlle.. j| to-day. white hen had reached the barn floor, entrails of a porcupine: and rice : dies outright, is' order'.tht.t'tho 0ef '
had 'the of her
L. B. RHODES scarcely seen tip nose
1.ipeI Temperance ITIeetlnsr. went with Clark and AndersonT "andrblessed sight! a little later I saw flour are all mashed .up together when he read her character. She wasa might never be duplicated. -. '

re rery Sunday at 2 V-m- at Temperance know, up Bethlehem/fronv there .her through the crack walking proudly in' balls; exposed to the sun poor orphan who i ant l. to make -They are telling a story in Wash

! L Attorney at White Mountains, then to Lan- away from the door with the letter for three days, then buried with parboiled some home happy by her {good cookingand ington on a consequential old native

-- plainly in view. rice and diluted with water. extreme economy. who, making her first call on_ a jSena-

,CUUKCII DIRECTORY.I . just before starting mother "Just then'two I young ladies drove The preparation is now fit to be suckedup "You came to see about tho place?" tor's wife, said to her: "I have asked

: 6TAKPAUU T1UK. LAKE BUTLER,. FLA to me, coaxingly: into the yard. Pretty Well I guess through' tubes-like American queried Mr. Bowser.' aU about you and find that I can know<

? 'If you go as far as Lancaster, don't so. You don't often see' handsomer drinksnd is pronounced "divine." *'Yes, sir. How many in tho family you with perfect safety." At last advices -

IlaptUt Clrarrh. that Janet Harding, the only girls than Janet Harding's. One was Indeed,'by reason'of. its .excellence, it "Wife self and child." her call had not been returned.

. Ices i at UuO a m.'and at 7 p.m. A. L. SCOTT, M.D., I have in the world-lives in the dressed in seal brown, the other in must be first offered to- the Nats or "Is it a baby?" 'Admiral David D.Porter,the chief. *

., er trotting W.every G. rATTEUSON.Wednesday Pastor at t p.m. uu FRO IUCIUOAN.Rni town.' navy blue. spirits. The system of cultivation by "Yes." ofttcer of the navy. is-Twventy-four '

nnday Pcbool meets every Sunday morn 'All right' I replied. 'Janet Hard- 'Do look at that hen!l' cried Seal burning strips,or terraces of land is, "Then I won't ome! -I've just years of age. Sbcty-foar'years of hi.

]it 10a U. N. IIAMEUICK Sapt.t. lnP\ P hyii= d in the next town to Lancas- Brown. 'I do believe it's a billet-doux like that of all tribes on the Eastern shoved two of my. own. into the Home life have been spent upon the water, 4

r: .B.MORGAN_ _. c-crctary._ _ : : D I'll remember.' from your William. If it is, now I'll frontier,* wasteful and h improvident. and I won't, work. .for any one else's. beginning.with the time when a boy .
Harding unmarried would clap my hands hard just so, and I'll Women doall the hard work and become brats." .: I" of nine. he sailed with his father in
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Pre byerf| *u Clinrrh.cnrlccsevery .
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S .Sunday at 10:30 a.m. TERMS nEA OY.\l.B. been bad enough, but with a hus- say: "Billy, do send me one, too." prematurely ugly and old. Divorces ,"My dear young Id -* the expedition against- the West Indian

K.JU. MATTICE. 1'nBtor. Office nt Catkins Pruj ftore. two giddy girls and an over- 'One, two; and it will take two to are easily obtained. Widows "Oh come off, you old masher!! she pirates.Mr.. .

JuDday School' erory Sunday at 10 a in. boy of seventeen, could I stand satisfy you?' said Navy. Blue, langhing may be claimed by the brothers of interrupted. "I believe you are the Gladstone owns a 'large tract ,

t "L. & HULL Supt.aretbodUt TATE POWELL Mother thought couldand moth- at her sister's saucy face. I laughed. their husbands, but have no share in man who followed me on the street the of land on the Canadian side of the .

r M.l.y our house. too, and fell in love with her then and the family property. Marriages are other night. If I was certain of it I'd Niagara river at a point just above the -

, Church. started there. simple in form, and are accompaniedby falls. When the Prospect Park improvements ,
After an experience of twenty years In we on our bicycle pull out the rest of your hair. What
crvlcts tn.iabbnlh at 10:30a.m. and iractlco of his pit tos ion, has no to Dixville Notch I planned to see "They lured the hen toward them a large consumption of fowls,:pork business have 'you hiring the girls were being planned he was ,

11 ;. Sunday' School every Sunday at ,n promi-ing the latest nnJmo
I im.. J. Charlrs llfchard( Tuesdar, Superintendent.HndThursday rftittinent to tho-e asking his.errices. introduce himself to Mrs. H., swooped down, and loosened the letter equally the occasion for a sacrifice and I was choking again when he came but declined to sell. His belief is that
r:1 rcr meeting every Calls to the country promptly: '
: ',:DO p.m. 1..W.DABLUb Pastor. Mficasos of females and children a : | with the girls, and then proceed; -and read it. feasting. The corpse is first burnt out, and he. looked very pale and un the estate will double in value during -

: Office tit City DruJ Store, or at bis proposes, etc. "I saw all this through a crack in and the calcined 'bones are.kept in a easy. The third girl was only five ,the nextfowyeari. -

Ii i. (...-$tIn.churci.n p, .' -.. d.Dce'Ea6tIar t'. luck would have it my bicycle the barn, and heard them make merry pot for one year, and then deposited in minutes behind. She also had a character -John. Wanamaker's brother, has .,

r"'Jfi\ Acts ll:2$-!:'- Peter 4:16' down, and I had to leave it at over the distress of their city cousin. the family burial place! In 'the 'account ,to be read at a;glan>e. She wu been giving some reminiscences of tho' .,.

4 Services.rach Ix rd's "lay at 10:39 a.m. and F. J. FIELD I a little village five miles from "Well, to-make a long story short, of theKakyens: who occupy the, a person of great energy, and her face boyhood. of the great Philadelphia .
I1 1 ch Ix>rdday at 8'cO p.m. I for repairs. Clark and An- the girls dug me out for the men were slopes between Upper Burmah and the showed that she loVed to do kitchen merchant. His first work was done in

11*I rarer meeting each Wednesday nt6CO p.m f went on without me to North in the meadow after more oats. It Chinese Province of Yunan we come work at tMPfee dollars per week. the clothing.store of Barclay Lippin- ..

a'.I'unday fi School_ each, G.Lord's;YOUNG day at,l.:30 Pastor.a.m. ri ic k Mi': WaSTARKE In! where I was to meet them by seems that they were in a great hurryto on the same.'account of the worshipof "I suppose you have come to sea cott, where he received a salary' of 4

J W, H. T \"L01L. Supcrintcndeuu and I proceeded on foot to the get at the oats.and the' hired man spirits who preside over agriculture' about the place",:blandly observed 11.50 a week all of which. he gave to

. FLA. UU'"B farm, some two miles from the mowed away. Probably the first fork- on offerings to propitiate these deities, Mr: Bowser. .. his mother. His dinner when he had

; OFFICIAL WlECTOIlY.t : ful covered me,jin t tha oubtless on the harsh treatment of the femalex "Well, yes.; Is the' work hard?" .any; cons ied,ot'a piece of pie'and a '

,j. '. .'.. i ALL WCBtt Gl'AnAVTKKD. farm, a smooth in 'dbtted I put on withou" ". and on'more devourfhg of swin 's "On the contrary, it'is Very"easy.1" glass of milt1, 8ili 1wo cer Each i,
: '.City- -J omcer.- fields of ripening grain, and the just how it bOI1t \Wheaihing" sh and! of .an ,intoxicating drug !'Does yourwife lelp" y rear'his:salary .was increased.-and at 'A J .

'i('' Ifayoi-L WltkOTKkU COMEIl L. PEEK verandahed house and great i came to vi:> i X1d ttio.de riled sheroo. Harriafrei.are, con., ,c"A.little." ;i the time. he was'twenty he-hid Ia.edt.'

': lldermen-J. C. liicbard J. M.Truby,'Tate barns clustering about it, but I and the onii; I cou1&d ded 'under a-form-of !abduction" ,' ""Does she hired! the washing and 3200. ,. .. .-..--.. ,.
I. well;G. P. Young 8. F. Gardiner.: near, all bespoke plenty, com I laughed,. thye girbl '1a hed. ly l gal ed"and. aJ1ct ed 'by ,Iii Ironinget t ; ''snppr 'when I. am out. It : S .- '.1 '

1. eik-1.. C Webb. Attorney at Law and and hospitality. ,It was a ludicrous Jp &tio the elating priest! At buriafstb refiU 1 help me on bake days and wait on her ,1 A LITTLE. HON8EN8E.If -i-- .**- :*. .;.t ,,c,

I lUnhnJ-E/lX surer-P.'ll.Wall.Morgan. did I say? Well, I family, but it serve w .und tives and friends perform" a dance in own table." *' > -: Jypur:hat' g9woff ti the street" '
p _.or-T.: \.Sweat.t 8TA11KE, BUADlOItl) CO., take it back, although I found the girls no less chs mmgthan..tty; order to:drive aW ft1i 8pfrit' (the ."No, ma'am.'* "-. follaw.it,placidly and "with:gentle 1Ii91

J door locked and not a living thing Harry, a fine lad, tonre-fronv.college; deceasedwhich is supposed to linger Then .won't come." aity.i. .SziicbOdyIse: 'will chase it for w.
. County Officer. specialty.Abstract of Title and Heal Estate ght except an old white hen. Mark Mrs. Harding, a lad'In ewryvMjfe of round its f.-.mer:tenemenL And it is
I k nBtyJoJceJ.Xt.Kiohard.1C Abstiacta furnished bowing every I I exception, for that hen plays an the word and Mr. !lBf shjwwd, curious, if true, that those who have week." ,4 ,. .'Have you' Browning?* she asked .if
-- eit of CI.tub Court-H. ? York. Mortgage. Lien Tax S\'e. Judg-mf I part in my adventure. corpulent and goodr-natured* anothat been killed, "bJ,,sho\.qd jsteeVi ,rewrapped 'i! "Three "dollars! 'Why. ,1 thought, .at the vUlage.store. No,"replied the 0/" ,

: ISheriC-luW.A!. 'or.Ni.: Epperson.Taz Walnrliht.liieq.UBt .. m.nt..aud nil m tiers of public record noticed her. and in particular is all." I*. S.. &f in a matand: burned rii:the they.were five dollars.. (3ood. aftois clerk; "we have blacking and whiting .
Die affecting cs of llcal: Etitle$ ; j jungle without, -.rites.-Saturday < &. .
p echoiid ; .
n6on sir.
T64jni.rM.M.: : : 1Jao.! the proud, complacent step, "All! they ; "Theieighttobeawedg. r but nbwntig.-Lif& !
Florid!, to die -
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county. up
. : of Schools-It. T. Eowllnr. 'car-car' she uttered, as ." "- : _fr 1". ... ., .5 'n The next girl \walked' ''by the'houseto i: -Mo alW -1'Is there' single:argument -' ,

[IColjr Count KinmlssIcners-L.>fer.ieyor4Jobn: P.Pratt WluovsklG, a K. W. looked at me knowingly, from the "Th re I4db: ry a w cbg'tttsa.id thG?, MR. AND, MRS. BOWSER. size it up before she rang theolL for, profanity. ? What ''grounds -

:Lr::; r tV M.H. Icaso ey,Job S. Andrtws and FOB of her eye. Little did I think- other. coolly fg ;J9f is* gWhioh ? The moment Mr. "Bowser 'set eye\oa -can, you 'find for its'use" Youth- .,

: .V.EmltL. ._ P.RE : '. no matter. You will see by and Nary BJue oc Seal Brdwi?? -the. T et.v.-.t..aa4.PeUeJ'.X.... her-he knew he had found daisy.. "Base-baU grounds;'sir." -New Haven :
to Govern Domestics. ,
golden thread that binds all the "Navy Blue." ? f ** $ sry She was a whole prize package and a F
% Stab Omeen.traorE. Representing. the Liverpool and '"Gone eh? Just as I expected!" chromo thrown in. He read timidity New.1t -.
and Globe together. 'When are to'bemaiTiiftdr'"Never troubles to have !
A. Pensacola.ttlOTeworM. Company. you ,always a girl a
Tfrry )Iri Bow other evening
shouted e- and bashfulness in her character, andI
- here we were the white hen -b- ,
H. Mabry. Lcosburjr. - Ierntl'. of State-John I Crawford. I, but Janet Harding was not, nor I heard him chuckle as he said: .
I "Why, th9gLt l,91\Ia14.tbeg': : unless she really has a special liking :
.:o'h'ille.atoraclGcaera1C.. j L. C. HULL, girls, nor the boy,nor Mr.. .Hard to be a wed4I. !.i 'fi i f 4 suddenly packed her bundle, de- "My dear girl. you for the for the fortunate young man.-Somcrvills ;

; P.. Cooper, St Augus- "So I did:. Ta'line tB to m Handed her wages and fled. place I presume?" Journal. ..'
t I I Contractor and ,(decided to to the barn and lie (t "How could you expect? I asked. "I don't know. This is far out."
[ireMnier-E.g. fiiiu Pnlatka.I go her WUUanw3, tlq vi rt Jla t1 "For fifty different reasons. I'm .-The believers in no hereafter :
' I wnrnil aat glad she's goner'"Weren't the door.?' j! I .-
. Ottatfoller : STARK, FLA. await their coming. said one, slyly. we paying her*three dollars for the man'who*remark* eggsactlyvwF .-f
I General-W. D. flrnes.Ad.iua..t the kitchen
to think is to act. A few you run :
me actually blushed., time
Fr d ., th brings hsnomejette.MercAa
( -ii David Cedar week? '
atr Long Keys.u1Ierrtefldtrit sperlflontiouV furnished *
PUns and on do '
per "I about to so. .
am .., ,
of Public Initructlon-Al- notice. Carpenter work solicited later I had climbed to the mow "Yes, the most puzzling study of my. "Yes." / Traveler:'

. RuscI1 JsckiohvlUe.I'oltVj promptly attended to. ensconced myself under a brace in life, and the most interesting,"-and he "Wasn't; I doing a good share of the 'Is yenr-wife".. '.a' -bM''ae1Ul. .. 'tok; 'akat' rabbit .ma,"'s '.:l i'Ut :- .
Hand-made br'ok for sa'o either at the corner where the afternoon sun woman .
walked away.v"Hard Je she euri ustehedtho : "
work to make an easier place for her? as
Officer "Neither !
.r dellrcred at the depot. crack he one. '
through a long making hit isn't ? i1iSDk1 of 'the animars' features. ':';.'
-. ...-! C.Tucker. Gainesville.ttT "Yes."DI&.yove. "She muatbe,'apd 'I dOD"wanttbe:
-- -. dustbeams across my breast The nodded. Hartford Timc3Therl \ / 'he' smell : '
resjj time stops to 3any :
; .
T. Crawco Gainesville. : bea.amajak "Every
1 old
ah' hen-
I: think are
wmor-Ceneral-\Y.Il made a few verses as I lay on the fliee. you : ""tO stutter with ibis' .. "
[ TaJlaBCKATOna. he
Bloxham. J.W. b fllH1Jl1.:1m ;U1i thing seemr I
P'l .l and I
HICKS and kicker anyhow
s. hay, but I didn't poetize long. tr hwnry a : I 1o tII '
- "
don't want to wok for such people,i
. asleep, and. I dreamed, and my ... ; '
? .Fsther--"Never lie son always .
. Rna ll. what more could I do? my ;
Stmuel Pasc6; Wontlcullb. thicker and blacker and 4..un. US. Comforts of'a bQme& You'd fire me
I IIIL Wilkinson Call.: Jacksonvitle.IaPR&RalcTAT1Tfl& grew quliar. j J .t d4Wttg9IIi" (:_ >te more. Mrs. Bowser, you andthitof before I'had sat.''down to"the"planortwioo tell 4he truth. Who'* that-ringing :. .
vier. ''t1n 1. at last dreameds* that "
.Tell him r in. Son"Wouldn't .
ird: 'em are all to blame that lot
CY and her .whole carpet th). t .. and you look just like one b' dunf .
'Harding family .
- Pint Distr.'ct-Jlon; It. n. M. Davidson for it by -.t X .j14\ired help of the present day is BO them shoddyites 4s object to eating that be a lie ppar Father 'i
my.keont. seated on/my stomach, and oh, J ."Oh .it's .a
District-Bon. Charles Dougherty. pressure! I'groaned and waked Unclei,' z ; t..-'I'-I {uhjIbl6. You lack the tact. policylanagement with help.- You'd better send out West no", my son Aai1J' ,-
I have trouOlew'I necessity. .
no .
- a .tv.Mr.
) peatod for a Chinaman. .t
-AND- for up,Egyptian but I'wasn't darkness much better reigned off member t .. F, : ;i"man." :-j\r.. ..n.'Jutinen'are Bowser ca.tde'in and.'get his hat' "-Old lady (to little boy, caressing a. ,
different I : right, little boy Al :
$ When he dog & _
Hair where that winpriactic / and skipped dow-fo town. }
the crack
PATENTS.W me still exceptfor sifted *" "$osh! It's because we who em- came,up to support I bad a girl br the Idqd to dumb ptm,!' "Lit, "
light through. |know how to 'em. I haveUct"talt'ed.to tie "Tee III have .kittle :
plo manage boy- ;
OPEl AtALL1NES.. Where was I? What was the mat don't you, niThes kitchen but he foaght shy of saying a bedtohlstailsbon'saalgethlth. .$ .
yOZbutItdoes word on'the-Sttbj ct \1ntU.next morn- hjt ,. ,
uldn't think the
honiblepres. -
She en Call 8t; just East of -. .
was so maddening. All about,' lihtene ow..t. L Then:. ; he' swelled. .tip and" ob- 'uN..r. blue' .-
: II. HOUGD _Will constantly "e pphaid above, was packed piles 'of J ei4L -.f a has a "
!;% frs. Bowser. iJ like to praise you the indications are that, bump
.line of the following pdt for[.ale ,'not shelled oats, you know, but ; eyes : '
DandraJr Care to c.eanse'thsj threshed the when you deserve.it. ."1 see you have combativeness, La largely d eJo ,. :
SOUCITOR OP Cream ofvBo dl for'tb.face _- they are on U .Do '. shriek ,at,me, Mrs. followed my advice on the girl questipft. and, hea1ledfbbIgg t .J'
whatever call it. While I '
sunburn, tan. frecklelaJa4I or you t.. o if_ and consider himself a 11 guilty violating ; ,
'asleep I had been mowed in, and I _.: trlae you may yourself t 1
skin. A full Iine'6f Razora and all there wfts to-it that I polycai.j 1iTJl $ en"' v .. ( jpiised.*'Bead .tfeir character, 'treat the te1c tde11 ; '
c except bu. !
; .
'r hand old
n &|[f'F F 6 raga Pititi constantly. on ; razors hand foot. Two' b u., ,.UII worJL., WI --1 hem'as you should and manage them Jtt 1. 'p. ,
J. W. HICKS move or 4". b l; -t ltfpU1er'
: I onfo according to the laws of business, and John; said his dfe,, bnp. ;l'
Starke loads must have been thrown on
: q. # tIP:. roiI you will never have any trouble."-. Uently, 'as'she 'opened the'door and i
aowrind; clinched
of trod so
me, I
! F itrttt, Tlear U. S. PaleidW&MIUNOTON Offlca l'ttr"" .' & fl1frtyinayee.- ,. I riit Free Press.y foond hfin .I'b**yoa'promised. :-
peak.I lady -- .j .
__ -" : "o Wt .Ie ,. faithfully you would ret' .
Well, I tumbled around a bit and !'ThoN'neveranyes oix butter -.5 .. .J' 1ft, in the habit, '
D. ex.AH yy 1I&1 1IIII1UIII I 9\ur here- NUDe ot 4mI et a girl who. 4-An old clergyman was up in time to go Uf church with me!* .
,. ( hands free and poked the grainy mdain the' pulpit of ) "
'- ; my as soon ashegclntO: : '?
: ,
will stay over a fortnight. ''I meant ia time for evening eirrice, :
'i I from my face a little. I was in a Thei4hee4. ledge M1 placing his sermon. In: a crevice under _
P>TA11 in, th'4 [vpnafement,_ explained John;turning' over.luxuriously. ',
- "t er, a.sI told .you, under brace, of EagbUJ,T 1kl9. : In the management." the cushion whtre he left it.during .! ,s. ; .
; ,
; basinf ss tJor*the United States Pat_, Eggs for Hatching I this gave me a chance,for my life, "Wefttsd&teJ.1t. "" it 'are'so'much the singing of..the ncc-Jntomed!Psalm. -ISfwe 4
1'ben you try ;-you Jennie Jonderttand
: t attea-wl II --Mrs. Marrywell--"Aft. ;
u for moderate fees. Patent and the crack, which gave me a than all the ladies in Detroit One Sunday he pushed the '
red r
to 1IW'I'.n '
the Cnlted Uses and all forcdgnlllc' going to
. in the hot I serxnnM you are
of air
stifling place. too faentotheit .
., lH' >EMARK8 ASP LABELS WglS' yOli..m. bS'r ;DcUtQQbleJ z: ; : ? e Ddbu.bUd." .Miss\ Jennla oj
*. ) .;tte'I applications revived OlE DOLLAR FOR. tal I I just as effectually immured as were fci-anks, Mrs. Bowser! That's the .'Vbn ) e"P arm'wag( C 1 uded ; ; -
-'d. tcP monks in olden times when. they p |ft ibjo ; '; al (who Ja.ii .1i
luioinatoQ a.nd ad vie* at I, 0 'Jttt time, you ever. fl4 Pirf oelitttttryit. I he too i \< i
'DI' .u au cheerfmlly furnished with .walled up in their living tombs, -A ded1U-. -,.* eO._e.... ..*Wb4 45_, Ssor My.mind,ooccupied thus adgis th.cgT3AfJ.will .
et.q..l' -$1. Strain J
Leghorns (Knap's art amoun\ C0no itcbr 1nG :
no of strength served to lift : : ,1tt ;b-J tI: '
Ssd oat profitable variety for Florida. --Wifn buai B't1im."ti aljlul I ; ;; kwoC" 't4't .
$s* ..1e. ia_r nlel for free eI S' .mfnlly packed and delirerad at burden a particle. : I show you how to solve the problem.tbaftrrt. road you.chapter. .of 'Job' : !ort. '.' --r-- .t .I..IfDlab..U. )IM c011.. I l. W4Jii4 ofte ,
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i 7 r brave and nnfijaobla 4tt+fer. HH *or4ihivgblfal QaT.VTLW Covet- ? Democratic CowotfofeUeetiag I I TWEBUOCD05GOLA .

U1QY ELKRAPH.WEEKJTAJ I wl.+>. atefarularse of"Isgiela.pajn'lilriiagcare t 1. *. i i if*i called to orderly-ft_. __ LBin.. 1 KID A.I.V ( *

The frfeadaof Ofcf Winiasa:I Iu. w medeteJoaaD. Yt y a ; eaa AmIt.
10 cnaeBshcr stall many ," J ",_
>., tinies JdII\1.- .. mUeU wereakocked'lir/ lha..ori' y=.b ..KJaRJ rrsi.tls3tanpoHiq 8 F.S ,. Kcmocu
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I -? ward. pliio e=stiMeg ji.dg -, .U Dll 1 I ,_. .AMI. -- vtt i
,runt. bit, wo idtifpl flftdram:(ass. self TIII.b .fa it for' f' II tIr df :- r' 'fDOr HfIS; Rt :;. 'n .'
Editor and Proprietor. command'un .er-'llat'awat. fperainfcircnmtaaces the nflvviaev lea dwyV, ao CM'anticipated Johns PiPW, wearing; f4 arid : 4';,_... '.- .

all prore+ tu to be a msa dab stKidea< closiaf of his earthly career.Hr .' I CfnHn'TP aDd 31. L'lfeauJiney p.. sae st+ss Shoes. and desiring ,\t-o (.OD1r,!ere {i-: ,
>umcmtmji. $1.o0. TKAI far superior to the nuj-mlj of_a. He parried away after Intense suffering of, neat Secretarj. and(T CI" ek;..a taBtfierretary. a fVUI, Economy of a
Styleand r.
.i ha* sound newt no all public questions; najly a short tube, aorrminded.by the famweje -' A motion was msde ioano.. ras.. I Comfort should_ STARKE u_ .:
'gtAi ,
Entered Ateorilng to J f,
MeW' Offer #*,&fl, .. ts &r.1Il1 able For the people tithe coming election loss and one daughter. 'tw fume of its"members rear I"f represea! **!.. 1 fine of Shoe Lad' .- bikrm '::;:

Cxliat Matter.T ... t to n-ject such a man- for one whom Mr. Campbell was one of the early settlers Motion that each district present 1 name Fneoch Ed F.l OR1DA. .mss. :maw: ;

-* I I f all acknowledge In be hi* infejior would> of oar coonl). He was bora in Mar. from iu dblrid to a del.|o the Convention -
rJThe r .td' I ; Item
at fofkrwin*. ren
9ATI9NAITICKKT. be one of tlw blunder which are some..ray county,.:TanneasBQnJSlS. .and came, '
k '. '. I lime permUled for a nation- punftb.meat. to Scott enoatr. ililnoJs. in 1_.where: names were presented and elected: W D -.

r ( For President: tGUO'.EU In nnwiae bob )'r. Cleveland beta be list duce resided:: 'He eaae'to Win.ckesier .: Alvarez. HP York. J L Hill S S Sessions UPPMAN PYRAFUBEVHaWfwJ

('LE\'E t D J D Johns L WItkorski( and J H --lftBIIN'j
a putt lkDL-A'. F. RlAr. slf 'yvsaf where he.'provided' m D TU BAZAAR
FniV Priitade&i r bhnself and his prod wife with very Monrr:the following S were selected from CWUw-a Ftm EiptJItr li!

'. ALLEN O. TBTJRMAX. The Divine Afflstrs.811441k1 the county at large> ; W H Edwards. J 8OriRr.
pleasant residence in the north part of teen Gte e>tlJr.t Mlr tn.e Q1h'IM. Wurtlaiitreq
clothing bar the fax atone
.->-"" IPTATB D B & Ipt. Each delegate was -IIaMlli: 1. -
# ADd all our driitk that! torn ttssl wlllrr they spat lb. beautiful Ol
mWM9C Y1'K8'I'. allowed to choose Ids own The safer BUILDING.
_. Xrt bjr a "111ft.. JIICfIllIka wntsetw of.jariag taw paat earniaga. -
.lij Democracy.Dnlnth. M i following resolution was adopted: ,
r, Cavpbell leavca. a wife and
Fir Gc'1'f'I'Df": Jterayreaa. k. the _- -. .
r. That delegation from this DlIIi
Iwe P.P.P.
tllgidtw of whjca ia
ere living P.P.P.
FRANK P. FLEMING of DnvaL toenaury
c ; Tae RepuMif Ttoket. fID'_b MJeansrl. sett welt u, the Congressional Convention DE.AILER8IN"

-- .- The Slate Republican /onvenfkm met orado:the rest tare taken for their home at Orlando be instructed to vote as a unit .-

Fur Supremr Court Judges; m orals last and all and eta.r, L.+s.t STATIONARY
Tuesday placed nom- the stale of their talker's eaoiee- !ryas. oa qoartioas: CI'ddIJ AIII BOOKS.; OF ALL KINDS, AGE]
GEORGE P.- \!}\. of Lena. nation the following tirkrt; JbattadL That the delegation from this cnmxs
Pirlaf lac liflltl cllIIe deeerdfltae lie
A E. 'MAXWELL of .. For Governor V. J. fiajpeua.of L w- pueaf.dalcsMNttttbla, wealth county to the Cuocrresioaa InhxJex .

II. U MITCHELL or Iininborongh BolSYPHIUS: rn11tp
r Icy wllldl lie trod tr a aaei t iMln.IapIr. be iaatrndrd to vote for Gen. Robert

> For Secretary of State-.IL W. Chandler i ..Caontafl aosablieat Iattaher' lock as loaf as the/ see thai voting for .,.

For Secretary of State: (colored) of Marion e,cnty.For'&jperfntenJant ; Baptist' eamca was aofih 'forJt jean, and him is for the best interests for the Ply Y' I 8EA-SI>E LIHRARV AND FIXE CIGARS ,,

JOHN L. CRAWFORD of \fauk..Jlat Public InTnrrtrffe d.rhK tirost Of UiatitaaWBe e11AtgWeeWltg aeMHar. At this time a motion was made to adjourn rsa draaae of tie!slay!; aB area fast .
--.-- 1 -J K. .tlstr trove yda sfeadtty a.d.
Sv. till
Rajney. of Anjcnsliae.ForCoraplrollerChna. .' St fur dinner. Carried. '
For Altomry-Genera: W. {' of CoBveatiua convened at 2:30Noma.. l tl.PatttcatissMM w
*:* solicited and attention
of his XPS. Hannah Hawk, living in this prompt given to same. k

W. B. LAMAR, Jeflersun. Flarnaodina.. state, aad Urs. Plots Rice, a resident of float befog ia order for Senator. Col. Pat STABKE. Fla..January 13. lt 8E. 79 1Ztt'
" r Far Attorney o..r.J-J. pagan.BacarDbia of. California. pot in nomination J. L. Gaakins. and J SCROFULAsit ..t, .
4 For CoM mUk: L. Hill nomination "
The friends of Mr. so'nnmeioos pU'l8 J C Richard. >r sr - ,- -'
Campbell are -
W. D. BARNES, of Jackson. V Justices of Ib TIle first ballot stood Gaskins .eaci ---I warledsdniee
Surprerae Court : 48. Richaid
that be could not count them for __e.a ill P.P.P.dL .
E ). Randall of Dural; J. H Goss ofAlacbua wherever be wect the nature 52. During the afternoon there were 44 the pwieR lad- a AS tta.einsetsFold STARKE CARRIAGE FACTORY ti,
scab good .uIJ' to 1M poet of P. P. p.
.' For Stale Trn"u't'f': I ; C. Swain of O.oe"la. with which be moat prasscs.seJ made him! ballots tales TIc !last ballot stood: Richard C---" ,
FRANK J. PONS of hater Member of 34. Gaskins 44.
!?* i Congress Second J1ifrict- many friends. About : n cla)

* '' a. -- ._ F. 8. Gcodrich. or Yoluata.i Tile funeral took place -t hia late |tlte, convention ailjonrned tiK 8 this morn BLOODPOISON -* jot

For Superintendent of School: rt'fa-II Made To w
Wagons Order
ideate the 23d. Elder G. W. I ing. .: .-ff. .ei ,tit! .
__ ,
Murray CandialBrr
ft g ALBERT J. RUSSELL), of Dan The Dead Central. .ptlsatiea ._..P *
I General.Philip H. Sheridan. Commanding fichtin- Many were the friends who I I I ANNOUNCEMENTS. .i by= is aotrctsae lJ.te ''
I .
4us !wr e
f TIr For Commiwfoner of Agmcultore: General of the United flutes Army gathered around to hear )'. MUlraY"1 w s !errs P:P.Y. Plows Made To K1

E L. u. WOMB WELL, of Jackson. lied at NonquiU. Mass.. on last Sunday; talk concerning the reretend I Far Sheriff. 11I1 as t1s lUtas JIIIIIIII Orders

r credo*at 1040. General Sheridan had i which the remains was laid to rest in the! I! I hereby announce myself k canditbite RHEUMATISMAadlaalACatfaMaffke9 ;,

ail (. Pnvldefltml,Elector been suffering from a bean trouble ever I Kincaid cemetery aorta-east of to jra. for the office of Sheriff of Bradford con Repairing ot all kinds done --
neatly and
, J. H. M'BTPINB. of &. dace the first of flay but for the hat few Hot only the immediate friends of Mr. ty. ad respectfully unlicit the suffrage of >d.rx.P.F.tanas with dis
> A. BCFORD. of Marion. alt.a rd whiled, ad rocs d.aIIII.: ...
* weeks bis Campbell will miss Urn fellow citizens at the ekctiube
condition bAd ba n reported as! very much batour my ensuing m -
Wankntla. aid idII
rf J. L. CAMPBELL, of
much beast Ad i will totes him Very Rmpectfully JI a .IIJ.-- HORSE-SHOEING
country tort
also ,
'.. B. H. PALMKR.of CotiimbU.The strong hopes ware enter r.Ia Diaoi 1lblao.,m'Old rar BLACK-SMITHING .
'_. taiaadby his friends of his entire recoverj. -: good are always of importance ia this Ban W. Erranos. ear dry st ttta .trogfts t rod ,
I' P.P.p.a. .
!Yo 4 Oeniooratlo' convention On Sunday night his trouble came country. To the family and many friends P.P.P.Nddy. PoD' sadY 1btss! All A
: 1 For Tux Collector. kinds of
: at Gainesville adjourned on tbe upon him;although every known remedy who mourn his Joss we extend oar sym I hereby announce myself candidate .tls--L r aeettturf r. femy tina Iron and Wood Work soft tf

was tried it was in rain; be died within petby. and as he has only gone the ,tiro.s praaw d.JIIIIIy .a wYolr ,
way -
r f 7th after a 6 days' Ri u1 withoutucoeeding for le election to tbe office of Tax Collector 1- ears W m itte liana psatsirt dam.pe.Seillu e
rag of all ;
40 minutes of tbe attack. The Generalwas for earth. no duabt that be 5s an inhabitant 'a

f.. .1 in making any nomlnationr. a brave soldier a good officer andalways of a better world than this beyond of Bradford 'nunly.nd ft'jIpectfol1y If you want a Buggy, Wago.i, Blackboard, Surrey, Plzlld, .,..- .
s.dicil the support of ray fellow oat at s Cost! ,
\: faithful to duty. HU soldier life the skit*. where sooner or later bis or other vehicle ,-'.. -
I Pt is well known to cur readers. The re i many friend must follow.-Wircbt-ater ciliynl.Respedrotl The cUisens of Surke and vicinity are any from a Baby Carriage to a Bam ,

r. Maxwell the St. Tx>nw trunk rnnrderer mains will be buried I1L Time ,. respectfully notified that the nntierni nef -
in the Military Cent ( ) I
' M. M. ] .. can supply want short
' your on notice
intends of his Stock of General
trial. (Mr. \ aiapbeil the other lr.I dispose .
was of
will probably get a new nary at Washington wiiUmihlaiy honors.The : .
I G. B Campbell ot tab place. Uewaaiaibw :' a.t eott for lit next 2 rote b. .
For .Tax Assessor.I
following) is extract from Cleve '.
It baa now bee four since the '
yean sty five yenta .sad, UHiathed ser* iNo reamaWe offer will be refuse, as Carriage Manufacturing A Speciall
land's hereby candidate
! firxt tim he was ventenoed. mcsaage to Congress: era! times fie 'will be reaMmuered by announce myself! as a .
"c T "He had established for himself a stronghold ount of our ritixens.-Ed.) for dectiiin to the office af Tax Assessor ,ererrthinmust be sold. Toilet & Fane -'

r: Dr. Kot, who has had charge of r in the hearts of bid{ fellow count,- of Bradford county, at the ensuing Articles. China Glass! Ware. Groceries :
. Card of TManks.n
!. the State Agricultural College until urn who soon caught the true meal Mrs. Julio Fancber and family. desire to I and respectfully solicit the Bu t r Jb Cooft'clioaarPlush & Leather Gd>. .1.*. A Et MOIT.T:
& in fact
. and of his frllovr.citizens. Perfumery Soaps a line of
purpose soldierly devotion and .
to the
recently, and Dr. Tnup Maxwellare express many friends who assisted Flectioa. goods tao numerous to mention. Call at .
4 ) heroic temper. His intrepid courage his in the sickness and at the death of their Respectfully.
having controversy through J. E. WAiNRGm. once and ma c your selection Don
steadfast patriotism, and Ibe generosity ho>band and father their bearufeit thanks Starketa. **
rr the 7ima.Unoll. ..1 his nature inspired with delay!
peculiarwarmlh and
for their I &
kindness sad
s}m- For County Treasurer.I J C. CLARK.MASTER'S I' *,';.i
the admiration of ell
people. Above .
The State Military Encampmentis pal announce myself itS a candidate fo
his grave affection for the man and

i held at Magnolia Bluff, this week. pride in his acfaivements will strnggla for Persona who lead a life of exposure are Reelection tu the ofOre of County Treasurer SALE.UKDER MASTERS eND Cy VIRTUE SALK.U'XDEB d-
of Bradford Of A FINAL
the tl
,,dJ General Perry believes that it is the mastery and too much honor cannot Huhject to rheum atistn. neuralnU and I County at ensuing and by virtue of a anal decree a*foreclosure of fTVrlo'lwt'lllytMl rrnifTHlta LADIES
lumbago< sad will lintl a valuadla remedy election,, and earnestly solicit tbe support awl .ale rendered ia the Circuit Court.atChauber o.r CircUIt Court at CluuniM-rt F.lIJnh Jndirnd oY
rs good to meet and mingle together be accorded to one who was so richly endowed in Dr J. II. He Loan's VoU-anic Oil of frllux.itlsens.r 4th Judicial Cireatt or Florida in cFnit of Florida in and for Bra with all tbe qualities which make Liniment; it will bauiab p.iu sudauWliftapuuatiau. my and f,r Bradford Cow ty in Chancery-u>a err naiMrrr.li a nt'Lan therein. p titUnr 'L'b7" : :
wbftt.iVm +
. 0 s'eyt
taro CURS therein perdirjr. wherein E.J. Wainricht Tyson ii 4setaY
J W. KKII.CV. eompUinant and
The money now h log idle in the Fed his death a national eIrtrligeMlort rod X.C.Waiarht are compiaiaanU and W. 1rOO\t"T1 Sallie Swet his Rife are where.Bin lea.a P =bgMsftletr..ttM.t
-- 8 J.Lnri UdfeoUc wtenr before Inb.rdosdtaaalttr
t i oral Treasury rerulling from superfluoustaxation 'QBOTEK CLEVELAND." results from daralv For Siiperiiit *u ; amounts to more than 135000. .U.f a partial said county on the flnt Monday fa August A.D. oa for LM Jtond.jin Anzast A. D 18 for wttv. t, 7sti
b A Minister's Conviction.Rev. U.el6Wlltlieb and Is the primary aUk Mtioe beiaz the ixih da,of aaid a oath. Mme being the sixth day*,f said
000 and the surplus collected reaches the O. \. Winkfikl. of Union point.Ga. i cause of a reel Urge majority of tbe I announce myself as a ciiMliilate for during i tbe legal boon of sale the fouowinr i the Ir ral hours. of 8V.the foOowtngin describe
of than ilia thAt humanity ialiair to The moatajreeablii deacrfiiedrealertate.to-irtt: X E 4 "f 8 E i 8 to wit: The S E X 0 eI and the
sum more >$80.000.000 annually. .. suffered terriaMy for twelve years j and eOeetire i. Dr. the iifliue of Superintendent of Public infraction .T S I Raant E. and 2J
. 's Debauched bv this immense temptation.&he from articular and sciatic rheumatism lie J.H. M. f(ea'a*Little Uver remedy an4. Kids ,I fiir tIle county of Brailfnrd at I an earner the&Sand R. w.Shoe% of thence S E 1.W runninjr V yard"JX of S acre* T the llIIf'e land:a odd!.0 theN hr Jal W'l'tl a "fib-SW nnDtoGn D.V\ and Cbildcn. tie HAIR RALS

remedy.of tbe Republican party isr' to oonsulted numerous physicians' and ','e s1 Pilleto.Pr. 5 eea..a YiaI. .the riming ejection, and solicit the support .5 S Ragas Eo eot-&ainiD tJ< acm. more nr and NW1trtI.NW iofrte:theEb ofNEI i W Lana tat
meet and exhaust by extra vacant feat.Irtat and bring In Bradford County.Flor- K w.. ftr\E of err:"t anal S W' i of i r
appropriation all aorta of medicine. Finally be began J. H. lI< a.'. Btrao I uf my felUTKitix ida. Tenoa rash purckaavr paying for title W .g r.fb e 2 aDd tLe X E L ofSE4ofsee S f f
thnnK in
Y and expenditure whether const i. tale'ag the Swift Specif as a fortoa hope (VinluU npil Klood Purifier. |>r Ha via I- J. S. ADKEaOR L.B.Fnnaaa. J'sI8peda H. F.Ton Xaator..rU. i Six Huadr--d Tnwnehip and 6 fire S BaDge 11103, u.lton.+ H.irnilsYas1561 Ws',

tutional or note the accumulation of extravaganl and by its use ha was entirely restored,lie I r ialar p.p"r tt 'will. brighten pale -.. -i- I i IyiagaDi Arid In r.IfllOnlt'IMIDt taore.J'1Lrita.-or kss, .,, at fr..r.tiPARKER'SCIRCERT-
taxation. The Democraticremedy eAe kr.and .. a'pate. haggard e ..j Terns-b. hJnhakr P&'blg far Thies
writes; 1 feel like a new man. I cannot dispirited woman L.B.RHODiS. I:1Q. He F.TUEC. NI
U to enforce frugality in public attribute miraculous and health and beauty intoire-or.ejiarelIult f 1XV I Complai...idtlW' Sr.rrb13Labter. tr..Gabtt f.bala(a.ldalaait rte tSOOE
my care par boWMlck SHERIFF'S SALE. Route...Jun, .Iith IS9I
Lt s rxpenae and ta aholUb unnecessary tavt- lo anything but the.Swift hpedfic-I know _. Y.RmLarsLaDPt
tkm.-ATa<*aa{Ikmtirmlti JtafTem. beadaobe U the curse of many I -
": y that It alone cured pre fur tothlng ebc lb'" To sere sad prevent thia an nor- lt USDQ asaSr Gales or Axoatuf UF.CnIOS fund I Xotice.JocJe tzaesrta '

The routes of the CbiaftW ooatrad labor had doae me any food for twelve years.I In eoqaplaJllt. Dr. J. II. Me Laao'. tteCkwitUHnt. of ta* Foartfe JadieJalfJtn Qlltrrk4aferdate.'will tptr to the
y K teaa4 far BradCord .
U,..aad, Umaty. Florida oa t 'I r Brad ,
!' ford
owe ogT restoration and fll iKLittle Kidney They tie Bxh ol Jnae lars. lDaaalpula'II., posamlnrii strength affreaable* day A.D.MB8.hi a erttate eaoaePtataaataad IettPrs of adaunbtratioa on for >
o take aod stork ID their tBret, .8. tate of Jeeae
lt8asa it Johns
Into toe Pacific states ale well defined bolo.nd religious Vtulios alone to this eotloa. fR t.e4ta a via!.. wla rwloak ked adaac I eow-baTor late iris&' "* nN..L 6:.ry

The principal fending plaoe en the Fraaer grand reIDt'dr..Dd gladly .ake this rfatr.ment hrrtad apes sat wtaaefl atpqbae aatba to the JoIIQ D.. Johns !
few awl --
aavy expeetoratlon fa i i Mew; for eatb la CIIDrI IS
River border is a little settlement called fur the benefit of all sufferers ho tuned by a few do ea of Jar J. H. prom Me HuuaBdooraijka ..ofiII 6s.tptt..eras CtttlaJTOCR'.tit:

. .'Blair."in Washington,Territory. From ibis.t torturing disease-rbeumatUm.- ol Uaaa Tar wine IMU* Balm, in all user Q d.y 01.too.tl A.D.the it1 followtac, me ease.e4 beg th.IIIi11Y JudirinI Cimtit forth i'uituty.of Florida* lintel r .,.,,, g

Treatise on Blood and) Skin Diseases boaretatas' fore throat or diffieukv of propeltj.&aated hi said coantyandatate.to8 Glow '-
the headquarters at ILls point the Urge 1oretir 6itttr.Waatedt. :wtuCGH tM.
WIt:Ads ofeqaaI dl.idos taka tram the S eecI et vS
droves of Chinese are sent by different uailcd free. The Swift Specific Co. II W )< of NW { 8 tt T. .'8 aad E.contafaunr DAVID H ("\mitv I A "WP"it fueil by arl
9 Drawer 8, Atlanta. Ga.WortHnfton Filly BMahelTur Peach 10 acres more or I.. Purefaaaer payiaa ail GIDOOK(''IL\PJlA. attlklillWDl Smn
trails each being posted about tbe for title t :1I'0nt IJU6L I
Il W.
peextlibe Setid. 1 will pay atoll farther notice Fiesseus .loitaK bai++arratr."tw r
arity of aome mining{town, so Sheriff Brad ord Co.,. ftnu name and tjlvi.l the I
{ at the rate of tl.50 for fresh need Property pointed oat by Joy Salt and Commixiion
able to make the presale of answeringquestions. Spring Hotel. leliv red in L. B.Kaooca C" D,. I i .
This famous Hotel any quantity, at High- Cocnplaiaaat'a Att'y.
bo he e
,. Tbebusine e of smuggling will open> rl I H Cbaprnalt aDd
1feV land nution, Highland, .'rid3. Gt P l ba lOaD and.u olhr .i Clevel
. these contrabands U conducted ;lathe i-d i for the reception of ;.r ad>no iuferrate.t i
human guests, on July 5th 1P88. O. C. Knox. NOTICE. are a1IOIiftto.J I.r the cun'mrtteementoftheabutrM.i1 -

m .'t cunning manner and there is no June 1st good boau ru8onable i in- 4KlrtGPOWDER Six weeks after date.1 win apply! to the Ron. hereby rrgntrrd tn apPftr.by AtbC'btllt'at pkfed Cor demur and! are to I to _w.tl.t.i n li..

doubt that the estimate <>f 40,000 a month fludni Coat of Bradford State of THIRD D..1 Y UF .e.dfi..I"b
Florida for fetters, I SEPTDmEI A.tJ. lUI8 wz rs as
the total Chinese invk>n is loo low; tic t11t tOI'in. or s
Admbtration the the fiat '
for CD estate or X. G. X. inn ioU" 'If t ,,
Cottag's rent.Mrs. m'oth .e.4. a
,. The only way lo stop tltt tremendous evil Fannie IJ. June Blanton & Haynes RIrrrr,nskold. late of the County of Bradford. "not r : u ru ao! ;.bY'.w Lfh.t1k-l1l Uy lrurorJratir.ntwillbr lk.a. ..+.dt.iipc M ..alai..nsrir.nr.Ax.U.q..W... r.Y d,.i r

is for tbe.Senate .recede from its amendments July 13. !* ANDREW FLARI US. I I. n i, RilODDPuaD'ts : I

'' which delay the final ratificationof tf Proprietress. lherelrrrGfytlatefnrr -'tt)' anwt

w the Cleveland aEli-Cliinese labor trea t y. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. restn'py no-.mt'Q1 of or I b.uil n&.in lead abuT"r.(.mitit'ed i..ar ca l of aorI COUll I titBtl Kfettb 11sa a, .

on file t. ur m.wWitoriti .
-A". Y. Bar. D.,tiCk.
Pains In the amall of the back Indicate Absolutely Pure. Lu Omca AT G z.z. .i baud I!!THE
ela '-- -- a'liaaaaed condition of the liver or k"'MiA '- _., 1IDe 10th.1118 1 ((31.414 H.oMer FJ'r.).n 'fU t tit 'I LIFE

Evansville Home Revolt is the Acaiait first commercial Harrison.and i be lIMoi'whldh Dr.may.. be H.eaally Me{ 1Aan'removed Liver by -ne.Jen bt- Thin powder never .-.rI_ A marveof aaawdMCtler Notice in hereby has filed(rtw notice that of hit the btnUonto for owls > Clerk l'n.'tllt K.ott ..",J THE HUMAN, 1.

and Make anal proof
purity strength wholeeomeneee btaapport of hfe eUum. Rr:
: manufacturing oily of the great Slate of :and KId T palm. f .00 per bottle. More eoMMOiieal than the ordinary last aaid proof valDeaiade betev the Begs and (TIC);. As wrli as the aaim.r,so aan.Si tic alp

Indiana, the State which the home of J I kinds and oaanot be sold in competition "aad iYera&ADOUOT I'to sk"oa A k'm.aaade OIl' etm vet forth Isminor life of tile tree,aa welt aa the rncrtaMa.Jl

tbe Honorable Uenjamii flanisoa. Republican I with the naaltitade of low teat, aaoriweicht. *Jobs &Doba 01 starts, H. E. toe a lourHuuJ Ry Nary L.S..torr1oilL a ** 21 prodoe nnmatnr*ftntt.AwO lletlt
exposure to cold winds alum of fcrtbe> X of 8 iSa ani. prodme iouaatarv
raIDll iibuauhate pow. K E X Bee 18 T Eaat a the 3u Couuy JnIse. vegetable 5o arse
.* nomine for the presidency the Itrtght light or malaria Sold only in tarts K..ral ttaklae Pow- Mg aaa ea the following wrasre.! m prove hia iliac t11e sate dar ID of lair lit','M'I nt1'H utla.- flail CtnU with nature,she ajwafs dbcs'kafBarren.

i t tDIi-d 81&_ ft. in this city of moth fl"imBnrTB Dr. J. H. Mo and Lean's toesasastaof tlrv-.-..*II dec Co.. 106 Wall-*!.. N Y. -- coMuamai.1aDII.TM rcaideaee upon sad eautvatioa of. ptr e. J'ftitiu"e-r'Dlaaner. n.J pr ritrol edtfateknuwaa.tbe br derv of that, writ;bat man matt hrlp bee If be,relit
mreoajtaeolne HuI.IIcn.au
+ vast importance, the Republicans with eye Salve will subdue the Inflammation 'd J.K.' ofgUrke.ria.. sad JDOrco ps-tk-uPartJ'.the_alo i,.14 ae".. Lind .If JOB use a plentiful aad.sot
mol and GENERAL MERCHANDISE C. E. Wymaa. heals Alra rbkJ- n sad retitnnIAUr ed aarr r.t of coklra Gmic and tarp vet .
. rery. 'very few exception, are utterly soothe the nerves and strength.! J.KUnaehmMt, Y s j .
t J diaguited at the action of Ibe Chicago en weak and Mlltuj Eye Sight liuestts i -, ..Richard.. Jung Jtbl 18th. ed *ezcaUes.us* Tax Bnaat P .
box. tt w10
a 8.Co Ttrae., gireyutt aB i actioa and demo
: Convention. Ewer man in this community
rlrors i.
e. I r good hntthr condiriaa for
: knows that tbe Jinileti is as true to '" wkat more cf ld JOB derfre.JUi art-f*falecfr

Republican pflnciple} a*u is possible for condlUoo Ifsplnees of depends the liver very and much the kidneys on the'i FOB PUBLICATION. *prvmpt attention Addrra aQ ardreft,4

any |Htprr in the world to be. Tho The ilia l or U. make but little Irnpremioti L\xp OFTICE AT 0ani' FLA. '" D.W.Batawt,itaaifaetef.I .

princi4ee| we l lure and honor and hope to un throes wboae digestion la good. You I July tl. 1888. Lkeriew, Clan(bJlar*;
s can regulate your liver and kidnera Notice Is hereby gives that tlie follow Panties can be ti onabed wit! aay
soc prevail qotwilbsiatiding the fact that with hr J. II. McLean'. Liver and I Hampton Fla ;Ia -" sutler has filed notice of Ice I they,wire. D W.Baismu

% the Republican candidate for tbe Presi- Kidaeya.HaJm. 'l.ooper bottle. .intention lo make final pint in support of br believe l'so-.i.Cure

dewy baa proved himscl if. by his record I his claim,'and that said prof will be made eo..w.aJ&lonnd.-- ;; .j A.l"

the Chinese to IK an Far Letter than the harsh treatment of before Register and Becehrrr. at Gaipsrilfe Bdbor: F Do1 t ..a t.t .
on quoillon. enemy 1IJJowIBI. t ,
modidnea which IIo she Fla.. .o Sept 83.1888. rix William > 1'Jnk' ...tfaM..M*.
tripe -na
A. too; N. ..
; .
to liberal c. April % 1887'! t *via l*r vrtrvci.<.n.w ra
labor and
American .
r. tu opposed lent and de-troy tbeonatiac of the ataatMtb Northrop of Lakeriew. Ft .. H. E. -, Y..wt.fII.art.
12214. :
view-by bU ftfnattcisci on the temperance *. Dr. J...H. Me Leana surds stdd' fur the. |of K W i Sec. 28 Tp*R 23 E, 1' : i ...itr._....1.a w.r...d..r.t.4_.:...arA.aa. p'ee.
fr yet efleetire actioit Be ..dlt/r'al. .. t. 4p..Aet
the :
j K question. On all hands and among all name following witnesses to : .
will cure. Hold at Manta a bottle.Frequently Bill h.d .i oa
Classes of Republicans we hoar of' tbesrrlotenninatlon rnuiiimi prow his continuous residence upon and ..da.Rtlw..tr. .....b.MT.e.ecac .
cultivation, of. said land. viz. w- t.iIL
I not to support Harrison; aeldenta occur la the D. J. Silcox. of Ionia F1a. PISO FLORIDAHOFFMAN'S 1 ; t

1 and it is as well for Republicans allover;; houaeuold which eana barna; mta.aprainn J.An White. of Lakeriew. FU. "..
and braiaaa for use In eDPhawe '.
i the Union to understand, .ufC: for' alt; Dr. J. H. 110 Lsu's V..1e CHI Liniment D. W Brigbam.h "-.

that Evausnlle. the first city of manufactaring has for many years heat tie con- J. P. Hfckle.a I TIU Stti

s impurunw)in lUrri ra'd own state scant favorite family remedr. C. TUCKER. Register. The fnr the

;, has no earthly use forjhlm and will not : tiDe 3 Uft.Pi O'sCQns CougM&1- Most productive. lanav .SEE
pve him its HepubQcMi support.-Erans- Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Q UarnGIr. Chiklno of the bent,qnalilT sal. ,
The beat Halve in the word lot Cuts i LDlw FAVU!! I eltB7 whboat MJ
tillo n.Utf (step).' ItrulMM Porea. Ukwra."Halt Rheum, OUT by Obi. LAND OFFICE.GADTESVILLE. I'L'- -, .ottj ctiq,, UNEQUALED FOR
1 Fever TyeJr.relo Jury.IBM '' ,.. 1'offer in af i
Korea. Tetter. Cfeaaped Hattie 3 oeone.eat if 1-1 '. strong plant. large .< .
ti a Cleveland as. President.. fbitbbUo*. Coroa.and allSkia Knption M 3r "tie Notice i is hereby given that the '.)Jo\\- H fi1 quantities reaJonahfe pliant' -. .

HU qnprecodented. majorities as Mayor and positively curse PlIor no pay re- fe.YteJlrM.r ing-o ined settler ha* filed. notice of bis Causey eaava sad Japaa
: .of Buffalo amf Govein of New York (|QinM. It la guaranteed to five perfect .J. L. GASKINS t u i f inlentiuD to make final prnf in rapport of > all the toot alcawaw ia goo d.- katI !
satisfaction refunded. Price bit tartomrtN forty rarfetfca of Bvrarfa <0.Le. .
;or money chum and that said
will i.
prof be tl '
nad e .
mf bU r <
prove tUo potcrcy name and tbs Usaea b rents per box For sale by J.. I. UKAUBCCjPrugs ttllf before Remitter and Receiver,Gainsrille PUIb"lii4'
titwCesihl bb i liiiriis'raiion of tho eof.I:U&'ikiuII. tit ..OB Sept.-99. 1868, vix: Cbesler \Ltflt\"M )

floes botb of wLich be ht-W at critical ... of Lakeview. Fla..U. E. 123)3 43reenland,0uvalCo.. : ._," .

y, petit aJa. I*, was,)ni>t.b< we".r until herntetfd i C03SU1TT105 8CBKU- CDBIAi & MedicineCtutftUf : tor the S. E. *tier 98.Tp. 6 R 88 E. .,

., his dutfers as rieaideat thai 1'0 ran Eatsoa-Mew fdittijteh refer.m He asMs the folhiwin? witnesses to. aiInterest to
upon that t have s ltasMlee.-alltrttMttieae 1 I StakelFlittb prove his cootinaous residence upon and BRING YOUR JOB \."W-.J ir.
his taws became nattUaaL. liis met party ,aced 4I x.111 III.trMssattsetheo .rr. I culUvatiiia of. said land via:' WORK TO TID ...tI_t..a..U.i.n....atA11
d ,Ua1'wbe.ber it ..late fasts I. D. J SIJtos. ....ileTI_
for x lime wb had 'Ioet' PIa.
' r I.1raC be 1 Ida4 to sal hfa ...1 e. PI.erlu.. Juba W1a1r I .. j ,!III...-.
'drawn a, pries ,< H likuk. ,b,.: be b.at ell tarn f arty ol row nadeie tt waanav eas- ,. ; HiiHMmeoiui D. W. Bddiam l4ittiiew. I'1a. .t
; ia the cuudcIeC I.f tu r* an.ptt dn If they win egad me their express. (: : .,
steadily'gruwu ; '* .w III nil.JUvr -dtr* d.ia4u Yfa.aM.ta.trt..i._ti I J. P. Hicklr. J' .
I sot eo.t amer a44nM. .J f. ...,.. a o ,
"'lQaa"), In hitu the Democrats juue ;4 T. A.suocfM.X.l'.IQ 1'eett... t. s.s.. atA.ta.sa.. "La.. S.a TVCKEn. Resister.F BRADFORD. COCNTT BLOOM

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Up iOuliTjfiiAUttim\ : fhi. week "Jri It Is midtheway ---- !". ..J !_, $
to clean' i ,& truly iatire 11. .m j kjbUd over'uniil next meeting. "" x- *

: srl-2a 'doea:ui jyI. > .we.r thing ns what- we say Commiiwiom>rs.\yitkovkiand; rFUi
r"' 'tft >. vBcasioyYerTkritointed .

eke,jra., Aug., io: ; ,, Mr. J: Q. :Adam* has inade'scTei af good YIittl1i'.fflieat'1rlflYiflb41tI : ; .j as a committee to examine .. I 4, 1t
to'hls : amjsfrongijr: .ifafri 1'tft) i thibidDd ..
injp vcm t.1 iy: ; hotel tbO'kIevejAnd: I : If fooOwcesjiy to IeJ 4. _

iizpcciio"' pen r but 1 if. .jre,. ,put. ., ourJiands.. ,.to. t he. >iow: J jWbe and t -DEAtEIt8' Th'r '
MEWe. Hojise.. . .. : get H in running. and j ""* tL j. most praeticaUe location, ON INSTALLMENT. 1
I I. ,.1. llt.-, . i rder by the" "firstof. September.J.JT : tJ llufn lrt P.;w.o faithful .I tor*' iittflcTsisaDouUe Ht-nonf; public- r. : .' ., : .. .
.As.almost every one wl'if read whatiisaid *
'i. MtaVjtby
: Fewkes, hns,his gin mill nearly 'Inpnnt .aUou -.li:3"t.1C: n : of ,P P,-Wynn.Unlcpcd f : f .
and will .,1 GEKEHALI
"roNy )
L rj"'J" cpendea. may |bat:1.: H. Moore '
.put De".ftoor-
enclosed.; lID.a'
expectinghis machinery consolcj l myself| .. : Lowest Prices! Stock!
Fern.ndlna* j believing a igtmd many ing riaflfe; Largest I
._ bridgi: across' Double Run .
". and engine from PJullldelpila.every: dny. Butleriteff '!?Itl' 'pen i' 'theae lines with .- '' onjlM : :' : # '
; .r- () ,
f *ronl nov till and when he will have it Spring 'rond,'and that G. W.
. ie ;:J'zAFI incomes soon.> some interest, unit plpasurej; *" ;
1f'5OCfltL: .. rea- for use.. plyatt: Tt'jwir lime Uridgc. across Itoiind. FLA.
We .
Jwyc fmiir
: .
) lelephoVtc a i otlefy. Tree n'h' .And -
;} easiest terms in the .
} City. I .
; buotracliir it putting- very Several. announcements for'count (.ff1- ; stores, a fine day school l,, ,also a writing : &i
C.... .JIuU. Nancy Gidrten's, ,petition to lie put on ., iv,.teij)esmiEtsIvnn huul 'fvfflth 'of .
class. We ,.
gratifietl'to .
- "finnd cwlins in the bunkPPMUW ccs will ta finzndiailni issue in' another are say that :.the ''pauper list laid over.. ,Ordered that reqiii" A 6 xi
r :
r" column.' The. the merrier l .fo'r. the I writing class at this place is quite boon .
I a
sition be made : **
WIng.; ; on Secretary of State for (} .W. BLANKENBTJ.1 3 ttancd Goods, Candles Tobacc, :
11 J the campaign:- -take the 'TELEH. printer r, ,so send them,along.,all.. ye who and is proving itself tuccens. both in interest blanks.forlise. of Supervisor of registration. : .

or : contemplate. .. and advancement; It now Cigars and all goods usually foundioA '
ntimhttjs 'Collector
of 4i
Three months for 25.rents.fj I ,. revenue presented l in-
{ 'Pi:9I. Wespy;' Principal the* Slarke thirty and new accessions daily come i In'.I solveOtlistoftax. for the 1887 "' T"; '
: payers *
year STARE f. first class ,
groceryStore. .
IU1d Rodman left ca.I ,We anticipate second tonri. nnd the decided FLORIDA jCAKKIN8 j- < *.
: .% ct. wife. Institute, Las secured Air Benj. S..Slrarconds. jirnoimUng'to $109.83, winch! was approv F ,-, ':; C

- ,:morning (<* New York and. tbeAne Jr.; of Maclndoea Falls.. Vt., as improvement.made !by. every one t.'tlt.y.tl..c'Huard.! I Call St. .Io John* brick bIU.4- :-: .

tiieiicIdcs.r first,.sistl\nt in the Institute, and Miss will duubtletiSVarntnL a'still larger class -,SherU!' account :against the State for .. BRI4 K BMiCK., : i .______._ _____'_ .
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:.i e of fertilizer; eonstanUy May Dawson* will take charge of the next term. WH ncknowledge it is fir feud:cf prisoners approved. ----- - -" ---. -- "I o. L. KEENE, ; ; : '

Truby, Stem burg &; Co. : music department.We superior to the old method and could( 'County warrants were i issucil to the a- ".. .
: laud by vouch for entire .satisfaction where full AfiHhttfy Fancy fass torts .
were presented this wcck\ \'lIha mourit-of i $ f3un. ncconntof pauper| atlow- .L 'BIBII fttt
I taRucd warrants at their attention !is given; 'Successi, to Prof. JG..Purvis.who '
,4t$ very handsome Le Conte pear which was iaii C for July. i NOTIONS.KID GLOVES. PARASOLS,. :.V

ed1ng for 168 dollars. 73; cUlara grown by Mr.. Joseph Fewkes, of Lake- is teacher.of. penmanship' The following acrounts wr approved Silk Umbrellas.Zephyr*ao ..twoltjv In the futuie CI"EAT '
well has
as ns present he IN of material for .
and warninfs P --
issued for AND
_S side. Mr. F wkl'i: claIms'lhlt bc-bas : payment of same: ?

; wing.inachine5.will be several trees,tLat.;\.are..l loaded. with as fine the hearty co-operation' in' the- good work. tawitG. -, ., .. Fartcy 'Work.. : : '
Send him if cards .
yOur name want at
by Truby, 8ternbur& fruit as the eumple. you P. Young bridge lumber $ 1.26 QU g'-i'romiiitteitioui to orders. -
25 cents per dozen. W. Vanes. care of lunatic 8 00 ..: READY FOR w fs Nar $ ( w. Laurs ,j ,.r

.. Bradford county certainly does .feel The district, meeting _which was'held L. D. Wall, bridge rep'r; 2.00 .. jAC&oxViujs. FIJ :

I. )L Alvarez is laying in a big stockmcmban4Ic. proud to have the hoaor'of,being the home here for the purpose of selecting delegatesfor bherff.[I. C.! Surrency prisoners scalp* feed 12.40 3.00 SHAPES. TUSE.K. .

Ho undoubtedly expects of Republican cndidate.for Governor. the County Convention was very J.,G. Alvarez nails for bridge 1.64G .

. .jl ioowbody broods tins winter. Col;Shipman ham a I'f'putpLlnn withoUt harmonious.: Mr. J.. L: Hill mode an appropriate ; W Clyatt, Co. Commissioner. 780 .

: .. a blemish, and should he be electedthe address \n1.he'_ occasion. L Witkovski' 2 00 ,. Crates BHBBBBBBBrackets
sclicwls open the first week J. S. Andrews ,.
'th niir city Governor, he would fill the posi-- :We to after'themeeting ; 4.40 ,
next are pained say'that" '
K-pteinbcr.,and Ute small boy. is play- M. R. Bealcv ; 3.60 .,
. tion with credit to himself and the.:Htli, ; was over shooting. affray occur. -: !frSmjLh: 'H 6.20 : .

birder thin enr.l William Addison was shot by Jack .I.I red.. Mr.-Jack. Chantey- fired twice upon i L. 'Witky ki: jail Llllukeis.. 3.20 MouldingsSt P Drops, Bal sters, Hand Rail -

carj 11oad 1.15 per ; Mr.;'Vm.:Addison, one ball entering just A. E..:Moilt. jail: work S.20 *
ilay ytbe : Lake
% Chahcey at Butler !last Thursday. It H. F. York,;Clerk and \udi r.21.M i
Indred at Tr by, Stern ug & to the left of the right nipple,the other .
scorns as if the shooting sprang from some On motion Board adjourned until first :icoimie

.. old difficulty and this wiy the third attack I passing tuiough the clothes'over the' left Tuesday In September 1888. Door Posts. Newel Posts r 1. :

Mate! Hats!! Hats!!!!, SeeTrnhy, on Chancey, I by AddisoD. .At this shoulder.. The .wound is considered ser- -DlI. D. ". ... I wn EMUTRefric : '

& Co.'s mammoth dis- time the wounded man is rapidly regain- 1ohI.. ,'
-rnburg ; Mr. John Fanchtr. at his late Lome in
*. ing his health. Chancey has not yetbeen May the day not be fur distant.when Hampton, in his 57th year, one day last ALWAYS ON HAND j g Power f.' ;

y- __ captured. I peace harmony, good will and morality week. Mr. Fancier came to Florida in .j. ...:
laere are iir large buildings in course shnll! reign in cvciy heart thoughout this 1884 from Wisconsin and settled at Hampton ..THEY ARKAS TRANSPARENT ", .1

[erection in this city now, and contracts. July 1888. county. Strive among us has wrought so where he has since lived.. He leaves or rnjcucl& to Order AXD cotomr.ww.X*, UOHT mnir. ,
wife and five children on Short JVotice. 'r. '1'
TELEGRAPH would like to much a to mourn his loss .
ij.fi lor seTeral more.iIr damage that we are constrained toshecTu Amid fir aottn nfeiidnnuicd to the eye
: of Starke interested men the youngest of which but'slx years. ntnnnt be tl. '
gel ladies. or ur.elled. aablinJr waver <
fs seine time tear to see such ugly thistles and 1'his'was the first time si be I ", '
Rivers spendtng nee'
W. II. Womans Silk was mar. 'n reid for iHNira without fiuifne. la ,
mWo and Miss Ell* is visiting wilh ganization Auxiliary thorns growing'' where lovely flowers ned that he was ever sick and but eleven Prices to suit the oft times. I ra.'t, th'y are I ., ..
pressure e
Culture Association, will the object of should flourish..-More anou. days after be was taken sick he died. 't"j
| relative" at Anthony, this State. Perfect Sight Preservers. :
r distributing mulberry trees buyiag cocoons PAX f fSend' .
There is no longer any boubt but what -'ftum tile leading. .* inUiwIJtfMedMBUtM '
Five pounds of good Rio. coffee selling .pure seed and to buy reeling I there is yellow fever in Jacksonville. rp enor mater, l cteltons.dHTprmt .0..
Irone' dollar, at Truby, Sternburg machines. Now if! you will p'ace' Proceedings County School Board. There is for Your Orders To ,iItmsn;.ollloMl all pro" sad ". ...
no cause album however branches of trade bcnkrn Mckatla '
, CO.V. this before the public! :- ,through the medium Starke, Fla., Aug. 6. 1888. locat" rtix.cM beiriTMiwko hav,had Mwlr dgfctbn* ," ":" ., '
- of your excellent journal I will give Board met at 10 A M. Present, J. M: our authorities are doing all in their provfd by tberr ii... "_

Sheriff Epperson has posted notice that all the information you may want. I Smiley the Chair. P..S. Crews, E. W. power to cstaUUh proper quarantine andit ,All Eyes ,Fitted ,_ 1 ': J
you ,
_ will be drawn on is fear of it the
next grand Jury no reaching Starke and our STARKE SAW ;
reared 40.000 worms tbis season nod 20-, Thomas, M. L. Douglas, mid J. E. Vairight. -- MILL And the Guaranteed by
tnrsday Aug. 23rdj ( best authorities' say that .the "disease wouldnot ?
the silk first Minutes of preceeding meetingread '
000 last year, brincing price spread if here. RIVERS & JOIM1U: 1". 1 :v
& Co. are offer. of fine quality.I and approved. Superintendent .
Truby, Sternbur as being a very : SVirke Ftoridx .
de. ,was instructed to establish a school Inflnminatory Rheiimatism. (I. P. YOUNG % S %, J,.
of m
Lr genuine bargains in every received a copy the TELEGRAPH, Proprietor Those glasses not supplied to peddlais. ;
; to the of OFFICE _. _. ... ,
rtment. and' was surprised to see that tttarku nearly ns possible .center the ALAPAHA STAR -- --- A. .&. or. '
_ Cookscy mill settlement. Ordered that ALAPAIU, Ga., June 9. 1886. f > "
could show such'a first-clusn ATLAN'r& ;
iwipei. '
. Another large invoice of drygoods Mrs LIZZIK WALTERS, the appropriation for the Hopewdll,school P. P. P. Mfg. Co.i iwftK4vKrPa1ae st WHOLESALE-_DEPOTS ._.- -. '". ', :
GENTI.EMEN-About nine months r _
week Sternr ago : .
at Truby -
' ..ived this be revised to $35, and that |3 to taken .
Lakeside P. O., Clay County.- I was attacked with Inflammatory Rheumatism .\\tt5\HBER" : :. .,..:

' -a A Co.'s.Ir. _ Notes.- from the Varnes school and added to tbe in my feet, hark shoulders and t po O'lD 01AMo t : .' : .

Ins time Kingsley Lake Butler school), alsa that $5 be taken trcnSt. The pains were excruciating and \"t ; .
| W. H. D vis ia spending We eire having some nice ruing now. continuous.' For six weeks I wasconOn ,CTACL8 : .

iind the counter at Truby, Stertiburg& which will make our'sweet potatoes growas from the Starke school and added tu the ed to my lied, and part of the time bed tobe i I Q : ,9' Be .-t ,1"q

[.'s these hot days''_ big as nail kegs: Wanderbill school The following 'warrants assisted to turn over. .At times I could J iry: : a.at B: 1or ,.{ 3
were ordered issued: not sit up. if to do so would have secured '
Wills bought.two lots !In Jones'dition. Mr. Ladd bas moved his saw mill up to .
Walter. J. P. Burnsette my fortune. My feet were swollen, and .
is business his new two miles cast of Lswi $27.50W.E. ,
this week. Walter a town y. Wainright 27.50A. he bottoms of them su tender that walking \

r aud will make a successful man. Mr. Fred Smith and family have. movedto McKinney 25 00 was a constant source of the !liveliest' f01'
misery: IL would be 'impossible ex- ,
Lawtey. 'J. J. Colson 27.50A.
I bu' 'a 200-lb. sack press in words the agony i endured. I STARE: nA.nt .
One dollar will) There was large turn out at the Sun. A. Williams 0.00 K .
tried number of remedies so-called
Liverpool call .at- Truby, Stern- Lakeview S. H. Hendley 85.00 1
day school Sunday anti some of them afford lempory'nlIef.. :
J. E. Waiuriglit 22.50L. 'J
rg & Co:-'. noon. W. Wiggins 83.00 but ii was only temporary' ; and 1 Ix-gan: : l' ,16m.ULY1II7L

he entire county UK*"l/ecn well rcprrs1 While Mrs. J. While was crossing the P. P. Dekle : fc7-50 to despair of hnding cure.. I had heard lo stk EYEGLASSES .,:'! r.
seventh gentlemen speak of Rheumatism 4oiH aS' ,
| n new UU ; .
tl .
.1. M. 420
from old Smiley
1 the city tins Wk-, .nearly everydy lake the other nfur-noon.' the manufactured at \\'nvcroas. H. '
E. 2.20 Mr. Hirschber "
: WninrUbt
has beenjberj. f.r jf' place to the homestead, she had qnitc an M. L. Douglas .J 20 nud while listened I doubted. Finally .>. -

-. ,. encounter with an alligator. When she \.J. 4.50 I met two or three patties who Irnd Tried" The well-known Optician of 1UT X. 1

A: E. Moitl.- tile$ '!a.rriAge maker has first siw him he was about quarter of n J. L. Hilt McKinney KXOO this new medicine and had been cured H hioto'edE11J&act3FI: DIJ.JJlnel- Fourth HI r. (under) Planter house) 8t.
Busine&J is al- and I decided procure a pint IIf,II.! and ouN., li"s nppoinl( J. L., Oasklns. of "if'
ineu1srgdbIiL0P.i : mile out nnd connng: straight toward her. P. S. Crews' 4.70E. est its virtues. This I did,-ami was sat- Siarkw. MM Ag.iIorhhjs. celehnUetl.OIit-_';

II( brisk Jiout hit 4u rterl. She T pulled, with all her might for the W. Thomas 7.40 islit'd l I had been Iicnefited. Wi-II, to GENT'S AND BO YS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND niond .'|Pt''tea cud Ky.i!I'"i.jindjjAM i T1.
I R.T. 23.00 .
130 Lots flr sale cheapentrally shore, and the'gator sank anti when he Djwling .make a long story $l*,rt. I continued .to ) for his liiMinoiiil N"n :hanffeblora ." '
City On motion the board adjourned. take the medicine until I had used three FINE CLOTHING. SIaec'ta JManI11'vt'JJaMKAA.ThMeGI. fI'
lo to N. J. he was about 25 fee from the the invention
ate4 Apply came up an grittIest over:jaade ; .
I and half bottles all '
a improving .
quart _ ,
_ in Sptctaelw. By M ,rontm tloa.of .
ones, Starke, Flau boat. Seeing the saurian: so near, she began I Proceedings of the Town Council. the time in my general health, and uoticn ----- the Lens a person proper purcbacinr'.'' ,, .

to pull ha/tler and_,.rnri the boat on 1888. steady decrease in the Rheumatism. Mir of then KonehaiutMbla .'
Council met Aug. 7th. Qlaaer.
'ca'' aiid
Another of.Jdeal l ,Present -
The from the collision When tire half of the fourth quart was GARDINER has .
a stump. spbish PACE never to change ttMwe Glasses from ,,
flour received by Truby, Sternlurg the monster., Present, J. M. Truby in the Chair. finished I felt as well as I ever did in my ..AND the eyes and every pair PO"' U I j -are r 1

& Co. this)week.. frightened, nway C. Richard\ Tate Powell S. F. Gardiner life,' with only an occasional touch of ,, guaranteed sn thai II they ever l av*th- ; '.a !
Some of the Lawtey'and Starke folks and G. P. Young. Minutes of last meeting Rheumatism and since taking the first: "' eves. (no niaiter how rusted or-scraicbed. 4 .

[Miw. Ztebr who has been'upending aw were out bathing and sailing Sunday. read and adopted. The Street Committee quart I have been able to Attend to: myJulie STAr KE, Bradford County Florida th. tenses are) &.-. will .farolab the...." ')
with of niansss free : "
party a new ofcnsjiiw
( ? in the office pot having lost a pair
the 'llr. Kirn's, Some of the around the lake '
weeks in city lL von boy
jf& say reported on Marlin's hotel, but n moment since on account of former i ".-f. Gashias _.full sssortr.mrat : ','J' .
t on Wednesday for her home in New they arc going to put a head on that J. M. final 'decision deferred till the next regular r my and invites all who wlabf to satisfv .," ., ; ,

tork. ,.0 Photographer of Starke for not only takIng meeting. S. F. Gardiner presented'to the Bnemy.I shall take two or three more quarts of REAL ESTATE ACEKTS. these themselves Olasses of over.the any great and superiority all.others now of..,'.' "I- :

Insure yonr life'i i iti the old and retable the girls pictures. but the girls themselves town 25 sign boards with names of ihe P.Potassium P. }).. Prickly, begiuing Ash about, ,Poke1indt* two months,'and ":. in use, to call. and examine the.asms' '.at-. '*,' ,.'r '

Mutual I Life! Insurance.Com- also.Seeing several Streets and asked permission to from the time I left off'taking it; and I Drnnist ami Optician.,. <.. '{.i.,

inyofwYoik. L_C. Webb, is that my subscription has expired place them on the street corners. Moved am confident that the-hist-vestige: of the ; OolyAcentfbrStsrke.i 7.:.

ty agenuj you" may look for renewal iii a few'days..BUCKEYE. JjyJ.C.: Richard that' the'Council give ; dreadful raalada will be driven. from my ORANGE GROVES ._ -': J

., Mr. Gardiner a vote of thanks and that he ; system. REAL'EsTATErLLLow. : ,, '
j are'in i the market I do not say that P. P. P wrought. this .
Scupperoon grape be permitted to put them up on the corners wonderful cure but I do-'assert,' most .?:':.., '::",' i

Jow and aellirtc cenls a pound. This Lakeview Dotlets. as he thinks best. Seconded by Tate emphatically, that I derived no permanent f nfPROVED FARMS &KOTAJit- rvauc., .;'". .''... .,pLOW
We will few Dem-
I It huge ohe in this and Clay coun- give a Clay county ,
top a Powell and G. P. Young. Carried. A relief uutill after.I tuok the first hot and 1RATTI -h
'. ocratic Convention notes this week. NomInees tie.' Yours truly, .T. W. HAN LON. ..
made that J. L. : .
motion! was Wynn ns ". ,

The first solid carload of nails Representative.: Hon. Gl: W/'H all; Co. night watchman', nnd is hereby remind LAKE VIEW WILD LANDS. Orange ';rove, ,1'" ,:. :- .z .. .

hat overcame to this county was Judge. Hon J..F. Grew;; Clerk l of Circuit I I ed. Motion carried. A bill from J..C. ,. .Cl Xz/ c- '1'' i t. :

ev ;:-Trilby, Sternburg & Co. Hknford Clark for 8 buckeU lost in the mill fire CLAY CO. Fr A. ,.t"rqperty. ;.4
Court. 8.'F. ; Treasurer, W. J.; 1,000,000 ,Acres of land belonging to .the FLORIDA .o \0-
few'd tj'ago. was ordered returned without approval.An FIBBER LANDS-in >
Wilson Collector of Revenue. John M. any .t
4. ; order was passed that: all bills must be SOUTHKUN IUIMVAY ('0., distributed throughout the tate, and .: ,0, .
What is the matter that'we cannot have Bury; Sheriff, J.'A. Peeler; Assessor, J. OF. FLO KID. .'. .
properly endorsed before being presentedin C BECK JR15 ; from the south of Georgia to Fort:Harrell .
i street crossing on Call street betweenhe L. Wall; Supt.' Public Instruction, L. W. ii I exiending southward: .,boundary MANS PLACED ox IMPROVED ?, !
the future, and that no printing bill be .
| meat market and the Jivery,table. Zim;_County School Board, J. D.. Bes- in Monroe county. CITY, PROPERTT. f ,..
sent O. It Bowtwell., A. F. Lang C. B. paid unless the printing is ordered by the % t 8 1r.Q. ..," .
There i I. great deal of land iu 1 Council. A motion was made that the & COMPANY Civil EIg1aeerthg. fC -
a prr par- Griffis, and J. M. Fraser. Delegates to & I Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are offered to '. .
lion the t. and .( ..Ye7d. :.:
for strawberries In and around following bills be paid and that warrants (
Congressional Convention, S. F. Han- < .
ty. prospects.. are a big cropell. ford A. L. Evans, H B. Hudson, L. W.Kickliter. be : lIEU 'sr1'.

year; and J. L. Wall. S. D. Moore, printing $ 3.00F AGENTS.FOR .. .
R. 1.77VV. N.,4,CBOCKBR. BLOCK. .-
Morgan stationery
: ; .
P. C. Fiaher of Green Cove Chairman 3oOCO Acres of William mid 8w BmUad and UBwft tSarn'i ? .
Subscribers are warned to look out fore was Biusden, watching. tire 1.25 1'Oft-0Irr1Ci..1Ios'1. '.' .i' .
i X mark_ on tbe margin or wrapper of whose rulings were satisfactory. Sim Kelley 2.50E. Florida, Southern R.,,. R. Lands.We A. Swaun, nituaie on both- fide of the Florida'Railway< and laviga-* Clmthini'and: IJtbofrahle' Vl ws of'o; I' 1'\1 t

.their It means that subscription .. C. Beck. Jr., of this place was Sec D.; Wall, Marshal 40.00 have lands of discription.If Given Ontre Sprtnipi In..sent:OBI to*., _
papers. your street crossings 1.00 every ('i,' 8 line of Inrtwefii Fornandina, on the]Atlantic coast, and. i4k'stlnn;. (rssnuiksMH BoltetodV'..; Jl1."m
has X-pired Iud remittance X- retary.N. Rai1-u3t1 __. __ __._._ .<
a is 5 witnesses' fees, 25 cts each 1.231la'or'8 you want to buy, rent,' !lease or -'-. '- '

ecltd.11r. R. Chalker. of Middleburg got' thereas fees, 7 cases 3.50Clerk's sell, it will pay.youojeaiI'.ono Cvtlar, Kepi, on the Gulf of "X1CO. "- '' ,FOR :SALE. *'.;.:'1'i'" :' !i

teller. fees 9 cases4.50 '. _
.1 :
.,Blenu of Savannah lias.been holdij Middleburg was crowded, but. she took Truby St'g & Co., street orders 15.00 writetolss. i"o" .II, L. .-.. : I t ;20 'Choice Bnildlng Lots, : :',:.'I Jl

'hristian t series of meetings f this' week at the good care of every body and her.. citizens. R:'M Alvarez street orders 12.70J. .: Dec.23'c t.u.: '.i--; .} ORANGE GROVES ant IMPROVED FAIlS At; IONIA on Kingnlfy Lake, iDlt'l Z' ; ;
church; Mr. RIenus is a very L. Wy..D.D'y M'l 2 days 2.00G. .
able speaker ,arid always draws a large were very hospitable.Rev. P. Young, lumber 52.82 SUBSCRIBE F il THE : A SPECIALTY.Send a few' minutes :walk to Ionia .
L. W. Kickliter was there and had I
H622f "
i I I Store,.School and..CIareb .n";,;. :

Mr. 8. P. Gardiner has at his own ex- a dlCUssion"but not on the tariff. f 'Motion to adjourn. Carried. for descriptive.pamphlet9 maps etc. When making apolication ;t TAu'art, 1S0 feet'front and'300:
Tbii district. was represented byL. W. I. O. WEBB, D'y CI'k. lEJt.1l4'p'H: : ; fee.." :\i
3 : lands to the FLEA Si
ee whether
) painted and put up sign boards uu KIcUliter. C. B. Griffis. L. F. Thomas. : -'- for principal ori--gents deep, .d'.n cleared and tft to:fruit-' '

street crossing in the town. WeeVe J. C. Jr. and W. of .' : "
Beck. M. Conway, and Proceedings County Commissioners.Starke REFER TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
that the town Indorse the Council's "dud if well. Fla., Aug. 7lh 1888. '. treeo.' ThU ia's, bargain:and.wi .,

f/o e of thanks.U '!Convention. lasted Thursday and The Chairman called the Board to order : One Dollar. a.'"-..Year.Uait .." xucb 1888 tf .'- only fig on for &fewweekath..' '..'- .

,about citizens" who- Friday and adjourned sine die Sunrday' at 10 o'clock A. M. Alembers all present l' ",
H .
our I Then: i. u>, kambuaboett-: ) '-
been the boi morning at 2 o'clock. and transacted the following businers, to-' : ..
} away.for summer, will : '
j, W. 1.BDI.lDS. & S8I 'bnl-- 'c.Or.'P': .. 1.. j"C'OIoltlun
.to return, and then soon after.the tour-. There is a quantity of new ground be- wit:. ; ; J "- },' fnceit 9',
S '
|talrnfel will ing broken up On motion ita! ordered that the Price on3y. Iisoto&. ;
login. 4 \1" i. : -t# ;-. : .
The Lukeview,Fruit& Vegetable Growen' Board hear nod consider the reasons Jf.all .1. '
;The Peoples Restaurant has been en- (t11 :DAKEBUTIiER Bradford Co Florida. Iff; tk OROe.-Adoreare r, '
Association bas received aspreseat persons who proposed to show cause wilY _' ,, t' Ii
rfUo accommodate Its guests. Mr: from tbe Tropical Laud Company a the assessment, as fixed by said Board at aJttwy..it. ."rq"Imrriaf: '4t'
quanT .' PoR : .
.:.GUN THE .
-1 _
f }is making a great success iu the tity of letter heads and envelopes, of avery :: ., ; ..n.
itd last meeting, should be reduced, and :
: .
_, 4 unique design. render a decision l in each case after having 1i4. t11t a&be FJ.OtDAtJTHERN Rail WavCcx .U"NER' ;;:;.: ..
I We had a nice boating attended d iat_ .. tf
: ; party ,
1n:3iby, Sttroburg & Co, bought, ,the with a lunch at Mrs.'J. White's last week.. heard all the aggrieved persona state .triNe matiaM pnbluhcr._tAmcrieaa M"1.11''4'' : Tiut Lands- ;.S.tA. SllKl1lj- i, trustee. |" .- :. ..'-4__ -.4k.. .,._.-. +...:. / -:"Q'

cst 0ttff the season on lafel Friday, Also very fine music. ments.. 'nrpa"D\8"ra.t tto : '\
"'rd; It was raised l'y Mr. John S Dyal FALCON." The reasons rendered by the following Germany bbiam.end pctntu rI..te.all othrr im Cuud''tM OII.wr.J let... fnatfc.'' Willi m.' and Swtm's.:) ,f 1oi7tttrlg'11; R. lands. -p- --.L ..,.,,Jli;'Tv.d'.I' :'

iZeVIUVer.I named persons wire considered good'a d 'n'-. Li OMqoaJed *cd tb ir fMUitta aila u- \ 5'q ". f
.Wimderffal Vuzes it d. .F.l ;ridt.iMdJmprovenferU 'Company of Jersey Oil
>( Few i
and the assessment of their real Drawhsr-and 1'fClft..Uoaa p.spit.d M 13.1 .. .
W. B. Hoyt A Co., Wholesale and Retail -
rKleinschmidt II. I.a' ni 05.aft. a oii* T h i
i Sa is arranging hotel Lh-uggiats of Rcjne.. Ga. say: We estate reduced follows:, re..d.r.u cI.ar.toz e tIt1saf. ,". :Florida Land and Mortgage 'Company,,timtied., .!"i'. !.
** or .ra.11II Adiir by nutl IrM. tPatenljoMninnlthranch 0.- r, 1
?rTr convenient manner in the sixShumi have been selling Dr. King's New' Dis .-Ellen C. Webb from f 600 to $ 400 ; MnBUlh "&OSITSStIIS1 Jif' ,.: ...t' ';. ''
,he is adding be has a fire Oliver,. Klectaic Bitters'and Buck ten's Gen. E. Pace 3600 3100 *.B.VTIFIC AMKRIMM .'!-: .. '.'Y
I r *t circulation M4 w Ik*muaMWklMper ri JY-
,. .flt1.k
.lb each, and each room onto Arnlca'Salv for four, years. Have never P. Odom 450 350 Of its kind; pvblulMd la IB* These lands<. 'll..nj'i lnlanhia.-&kerBndfnrt.: AI cf>tw Clay and 11".... k."- 'h -r' _-,..,,,_..'-* : t: .-
.hrgepIazz. opens bandied remedies that sell as well, or IF. J. West ". 400. 300 no ader.otasada.dnueM inch a ." ..s1-s' ._ : 'HIM! otlHT Counlieti dmctl m a line of- the new Ocorpit SutttlM-rn and FlotilaKailitMtl. {

Rive Much universal natlsfactiou. Tiroe Dell ". 150 100 Tbi*1rtc.n411'J.tendidIv._ 5_, aud can. be lKntrIiiebvnp: in ltdtc suit purebweri.. I. ATQHMKER:
have been some wonderful affected ... W..KKLY Uaar.1I1i.4mitt.d .
cures pablinhvd .
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The Insolvent naiL made out by Cpll *tort by these remedies In this cfty. Several _baal. !.*. ,. eqi. t ,. k---------r-- k -.j'
W&le MdeBdorsed cases of pronounced Consumption have I With ,all other persons, by order other tt-t--.1* Those .cds'IIN all _wcil fimhm includiM fen w FSiir Waite Oat. !ckn.ry.1 4 f. ff.Ir'- ;,

[ J"r lid. by the Commissioners been entirely cured bynse of a few bottle I of the Board all assessments will be as all IIII-1.pateD'MIl..i&1e.r.1.-. Cn. ) &*. ete. Tit hi:# buyers' will make tpeqafba. kkks.. |it: :"I ,">,,,. ........ ,i": t'r'e -' --r.tm. '
__ meetbag',.amounted to but 142 *of Dr. lUcre New Discovery, taken' I fixed l last each week. Tr7 1& four .au Ii... .. L o_ - ,-'r WUCi'we Iq connection with Electric Fitters. We. at meeting. Sold bF_n..Jealr- ,. : r ;: : I ;fi

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I think have m'some war become daily fnn t ill the morningtQl fire his faDIiJy 6 Jt nUIed. ,i.Lr. .- dar-gu&3 of the P emueicaOlr7.' '. sidertfi tiMbsdinffiaadtobe l-

aware of/ the impending. changes and ddioek, so my sister and-I were left to into the.ai i -.'i.well to fgrnrmhrr that the tarlEvrssnst *r f.- sure could .-

; THREE SONS. hare taken***iirflf lam about to narrate ; face the terrors,which. ;bowerer;did not than in the path. hare wide range. Confine ui t1 have fesiid IIdI in into -
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to get rid of serrant whose footing look half so mat by dsyasbrn iL L is4fr3 to him. He will show kb Ploadrt which sppean to bedeJwithtdaf'aia0 CDOof '
I tares COB.alllde.a boy|art tr. years rathe house was of longer standing ,My sister wonkl not Kanor room, jpring out riee..r. eurry .:,... if permitted to f byI the 1M .lesdeocytoboldoa to .-..
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*0I.a1e..; This however is oily conjecture- details;.bet.inr. enriostty..which is considerable I began to Manuel thus: to I Farssa. members of Oatmort It.gnati.: .kaesw When the
.TftCTtCfl_ '" aau Ia afl kS* and I 'Cook I am TnT sorry indeed telescopes here failed to.
; we never uceee led in clearing the overcame mr terror Cab Two of butter powerful sens* estate had finally.;.
T1I.frbr.Kftft. eMI wile tA fceart be- mrrterr. kept going backward and forward to theservants think that after being a trusted servant --So of sour caps cream oae- show any ana of this strange feflcusesun Bcrtfesof pride, bees rea ."
; yo.d.IIdWI Jtar'L One"hot erening we were Jeat quarters to mark the proic here for nine rears, you should come four of sugar one teatpoonfnbof wheti it l sought for with the eve befo ?. ,
I all. kov salstatetr JUT br;' J know bl in soch'a state a? were in testnight. half cup of sweet mOk two itssmagenpon tomereouidnotalway nd.
.Mr ; table, the parry coa&mg of mr'aster..1 I I of affairs so as to report them faithfully, home Ieanassnrenuthi1tIerhappens you l soda one of cream-of-tartar, naror alone. But h deafly usptiSMJ But flares eumnnunlrd tts," .
wI'- UkU sweet hu bznd. two nira-fers :' the pl *ogrrie plate ex- .
A4 ret kM te her.. > roong 'toG.inthee'rening- ranffla,-Tie Caterer.Hrouantto ,
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3 .' ail ; aod mr ef. The servants the ric- again, your"master.will .not its radiation- eahataHtim L
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1 ka v fete a.e.d bki84 aadt0.4; 1 boy Jae hare to et the ood-wifl ct :-
bll it but wfll go. hare pubitsbeU .ere. borers the
loretkifte, left the room far one of die 'tnn of the 1iLlIeser'' tfife e .two pass user you feed The M sBTfc Henry '.-
-_forcedTcchlccrerrwliuci .noreirltk p when instead nf rctnraingV Wg1 i> son*, fright little fellows' fand Manuel wb ." like most Madrassees, | your hens, says the Prairie Farmer drawing of tbd nrW nebula. It. is 'of avery were alwsy*looking for ttkefyi

; hi fernraq. to the hubbub of mingicrl ra'jcst 'cries of ter- ten rears of Whererer the's were spoke a little broken English repOeeb them dry. *o 3 UiIId w1dda.en'JDOIC" a. kettle in the
w till :that.J .4.. ror. a stamped of: naked. < pattering the tones feD thickest-in the'avenue.inthedetaehed What me do. Mis'? Me no est corn in an iroD'pan or the star it sweeps away" ffl .* broad eumed 1 a J---'-
-, f f.or iub1g f 5p !. ket the .1. ; 'Vir )qf..9t.J me children wife mis'rable; they no oven and stir oeeaaonany. Xo ia8"ifiteti which gradually fades ; nfa hv -'
dGIII twl. g w --J' pp There is noting Jittle charred. It won't do curve Masse beiacthns easfly
..4-.r Mda be .It rA me.wtIea. were lost in amazement as to whattEc I.I kita4esi On mention-' 'ealTno deep no noting." visibility at a distance 'of sofpe three Uw nmbitiea to -.
: wet f a.fl .1 eansej the raddm dtftnrbancc might to mr to do but get drunk. I' any harm to give warm water either minutes of arc.' It produces the anpressioa each 0 .t- 1

) De s.c.iy .talk ebiie .DIaL". be,inrusheti one of them. DjdajB byname i Ling.ID tr I.1bD )UhrrM.i io I remember that I read him a moral I Staffed Potatoes: Mince some cold of Sd eflormoo eurrent of nebulous many of them was quite

S ane..f talk ss eMMsea eI3ib; .90rt.d te* hi* face that ashen hue i.! J4 at $ ,and JD3l! kctnre. and said by adding the effects meat very fine and season it to taste. matter rushing fPinD1. !Into the the pc4JIHl 0J'f of *rod of iW", -

.M btt or bD. .s dians a*naie when pale his reir'-i them understand that he would have no! of drink to his present misery he was Choose large potatoes of one she and flames of this dJstantsun, aJ if it,were ale, bug enough to tare

JIIII&ao.u.apca-x.011 -apbo.qg aIL -. W7. shaking on ,bit head as in tremulous' : more of this tomfoolery jrom r on. fndecdered : not doing ranch to improve his condition peel'and core them taking care not to the fuel that feeds themIn" some ra- Teaml* busy for a cp4e..

1IU mile bean to beay xd. '. rofce be cried pheously: .J them to be shot in a room all i but all the time 1 felt deeply for core them through. Fill them with the spects it recalls the".appearance' of the eaJibjjr ,fhrirnames, wen ':

Intk':2iibost. t",0d4' of ORn sad "}, pierre fine tllJloo.i-i gsirdtt.'placed at theaghast I the poor manSlightly minced meat and put them in a dish to radiating itreamers and banners of end fortnaste fcfjo*4 anO5 .. ,J..=.

u.aboIdlbe. 1 gete K, fine coupe tete doo3K .!.' ID.a' -. \.-. at I infected with my brother'sreiterated bake with a cupful of water and a little light that are seen surrounding our litfnff flear

He kis' a.cteslt.s! kic to'lIWT.tfer otb1. kM,be conne doomon zette-li, wse ne Jar .- i f.\-1. =aerael suspicions of his two children butter or nice beef dripping If the potatoes own sun during'a.total eclipoe. but of planter ambition to
.AII4ed..s Hlf-aJI thea are B.** "- -. iI6- 'I.a_ a b'nt'w J who bore a name for mischief I asked are large they will require an course its actual magnitude is incomparably c.. an .p

De..a.s.-M,;. ,at as I can net speak aj.e- i Y T ..fr_f up mv minI him earaestlr if be thought they had hour to bake; if small half that time greater than that of jthe solar competitors. He fixed his Bait

Ok! OIIJd--.e.. 1M... .z.d irctfj, not to mention qwlling pbetteigive TIIj .- '' ri, ;sI.'Il cuiting ad-' ally any thing to do with it. and see win be sufficient.-Bottom Globe.Mr. corona. Besides the great earring thousand slaves and bent all: Idt.

A beL a-u.I u..Shd-11nbe. "* '- a translation- of IbeMIi, o'..p sympathetic ear. ing the success of their tricks in the J. J. H. Gnp makes the stream ending in the star, there is gin to the'rvnMin -ap .of Jail '

ABd wkoa look iBto M*ere vaA itroke Ids puzzling words in his ejaculatorysitenee. '-:Next"tU"gosntian declined general terror and mystification were statement that the corn plant has the another .part of the nebula Dote distinct that figure. Be bought all. .

th ., ""Sarse u !Aa die as ereoles to watch the'children any longer, as a induced to keep it up. I did not add power of getting its nitrogen from the and irregular which seems to be slarea offered. He a.."

I dsr 10M BO*I tkiak.wk'l konld ftlel wen.I to can not pronounce "eh;" "gete" is stone had left a large lamp on his own that G. insisted that I was very much to air. .We have, therefore/but to supply composed of floceulent masses' and and put all the money MW

S lookor'tsee1 doomon" HarerrgenTera forehead. blame in the matter as my evincing so potash and phosphate to the soiL For interrupted and confused current resembling lares. Lib an ddI iein .0168

:. I ban.a*oi,BteoBd MO.a staple ekttd.ot !term applied toallaadsuudrj: Anr .'1 shall' etop this-* *aid the now much interest- encouraged them to con three years the experiment has been some portions of the great tittle days be wM 1he.iii

fr m Bot dedal kow 0 krlckt- aad I 2r hU little one wishing to ee yon w a 'doomon angry master of the bOtIseh 1d. tinue."Was. tried upon the poor-eml plots of the nebula in Orion. ,
all news H heard from "quelque Accordingly ManoeFs boys were di- it likelr. said Manuel reply. Rural grounds. Xo matter how Iare The discovery of this nebula jis doubly the spare cash of his neighbor '- '

Bow h-eT- W1t tk*kvec.e traea
I do a prattle ottumkta m>mr uot-btas eye to HketUMta ." Every fiecond sentence begins two miles off. with note to the sehoolma doing a thing even if it were possible acid used we can not get a .Ood crop many years that there rra*" ome dimint.lh h credit but In.Lii

bnIC .. bC with "fine" and end with ".*" tT. asking him to receive them as for them to do it so closely watched without ..-Rural 3 r Yorker. mysterious object in Pleiades which no for the more slaves he had the":
S_ br'n- ofbUMeeieiPteu eb. UIoQ" I I followed bv an ertnr rdinarr sort of heard which was making ther parents miserable of the diseases seemed be able for-their'J
; | -*' __ boarders. a few wetki .We in -More than half so telescope and no eye evidence of safety
Bat kfc tttue kertj a fonaSfcin"I pare. *1 of"afltmot klad. grtInl-'D1" something Jike ?Ice* nothing mrtoerfor- o. twentr-ioar, "Hours involtinthemselves and- which" would- paJilibJDt1t. oe-. prevalent- among tarm- horses are one" to grasp. As long ago as 1779 Jeaurat creditors saw in his possession. II. f
-. sdt.deTftefle&- ; "Yahr of our Londonstre, $fxrf. when the anT pOlite note nltnnateJy attention to the common of this star in -
Aa4..n-ft'Y toora a Dbt,tieb boys a were irive them of house and home? to improper published a map group The roll, grew longer and
depths*(love rerMac.- Djnman's trembling utterances were simultaneously handed ba k. to say laws of sanitation, and farmers would which a nebula was represented. But week or a dozen <
Wbeave walk est be cooatrr folks who to the effect that while cook' was dishing that the frhoolmaster declined having "Xo. Missy h will go worse, you save many times the expense of a astronomers long looked for the nebula Every family \ _
k s u tm tkt n t blue. added.;
,. wm*JS bo s tot JOT wnl Uea BIT bor.be looks the dinner stones, began to fall at them any longer. as since the arrival of see; we win be pinch black and properly constructed stable were they in rain. In 1859 Tempd found a nebula dividual chattels were -

-, -o aDd sad ra-eet. intervals on the stove, on the table and his young visitors his own head had Needles will go through our tongues to try the experiment. The&n in the Pleiades but it was toot in theposition natural increase was also large; asi-t

i t A aflkbeoaL3.aLdTewRktheer-SuIk in different parts of the kitchen coming bee nearly bro\en by a mysterious when we deep and in two month we that are so closely connected with the assigned by Jeaurat.J Tempers be judged from the fact that the.i u-,

Wm iliac b *little oac of bYe vbenlefttoportaloae. down on the outside wooden roof ,tone coming through-the_,roof,, which die.if no one find out and ROn Then successful working of the farm assuredly nebula was afterward seen brothers, 1I"aI'I told by an ex- lare weah

Bte M ttwroarii. : e teat. togUdeB.ttaeeuth of the buuolng which stood!alone:if birtreveri!remaiaefl intact:, Next .day. shutting the storeroom door mysteriously. deserve better care and attention but it hardly'ever appeared the same. *: had ,borne twenty-two LJ

preeaee waore come fifty yard* from the house witha after my brother had gone to town I be approached me and said in a low than is usually given them. The Sometimes for rears it could not be When the number reached eiht

:1 To eo.fort_Ie aU ow.. ptda and .veeteaEkomld sharp
aDou.ke crow wp to ilpcr'.God paid into the room without a crack or an pattof; naked feet >the veranda oat to get r.d me. I not know who. have li 1. roomy, .eD1"e'nfi1atede though it was not fixed in position. The nearing, -. _

ki*keart***r prove aperature of any kind be'ng risible side my open wlndow an*! piteoos cries I I[tint but I not sure.. If MJasrwill stables where disease will be far less new nebula discorered in Paris docs not his darlingproject -.

( La sweet for eana.IT bee loft for r Heavenly: ,p-M'e"LOW on the.ceiling to show how they had affected for grande Ma'amselle" a. they always give me-fend twenty rupees I go see likely to enter.-S. T. Tdyjram. occupy the place of Tempers nebula fnl aocompJiclt But money

Aad tf beKle bte cnrt the tem ourCTC adIJar an entrance. called me from my height. I ran woman in town who will go sleep and -Pearl wheat This is good as a rari- neither does it correspond to the nebula to get scare and th8. _

4 *BUMt dilk. sballbe My sister who was of* a .,nerrous tothe window to rfiB4=ten or eleven write names on paper and I how ation on the oatmeal porridge for of Jeaurat. The latter was near the of Increase diminished.ngures SCiK
God eonUort for all the lore that we
.IdllL ,temperament did not Eke it aJl.--.d clamorous creatures crrinjc, 'wring'ng Miss: in storeroom to-morrow morn breakfast. Take half a cup of pearl star Atlas and TempeFsnebula appears mounted,aDd nine Koadni. I

:shrank close to her'hnaai"s .cIe" their hands Manuel hU their midst a ing.Xo wheat two cups of milk and four cups to be connected with still another of passed. and the total slowly
2 I kare a oa.a thin tweet vnL.kit a-e I ca.D cook..1 said "don't do
no, ; anything
-. BOC u O. l begging him not to leave her. The sobbing child in either hand. telling me that waf. of water, with a scant teaspoonful of these celebrated sister stars Meroe till the nineties were entered upp
lot they reekoa sot bjyetn ftn4 month two young men and I rose ran aero? in accents of despair that whenever the so silly as waste money salt. Let the milk and water boil up ina That three of the Pleiades! should be the war had then begun theipis]
; Y6en lie.*oBe 0 d.d1. I thy veranda and the bright moonlit children seated themselves to eat a dl&h She can't tell And don't suspect any the stove then stir in surrounded by a nebulous mass certainly '
To as for foarteen _iOU uo&tbbl* btImxt mischievous saucepan on slower and at last on1fii
.. of,the servants hare. It is a mere wu
into the !little kitchen. 'ofTJee'CT twrmbie- hi-lveiledandflnng of
1; cvsile*wAad Tn. paved van the wheat and salt. Put the wheat in adds strength to the hypothesis
M ea be bade farewell to earth tad went I where 1 did not know at first whether the dish some three feet off scat- trick. 1 am very sorry for you he inside kettle of a steamer to cook MItchel that the members of this beautiful the natural decrease by death- an!jaways.
to lire HeoreB. to be alarmed on seeing the JcobV* taring thd rice"all.around: aid that a* meanwhile batwe will in the outside linked together in .'
; 1 QUI MC tell wkt form Ia b.what loot he pouring boiling water group are system
vecrrtb BOW. I brother who had rushed in fronvth* he'aalt their mother were beside them and by. :I could not lend yon money kettle around it. Boil two hours. Let by themselves, an assemblage of The one tbondartJ'n

1ror Bgierapb bow bright brov glory, erowTi'his neighboring .cour"' at the first noise of they heard the click click of a pair of For such a purpose** and you must not I the steamer stand all night on the back sunslyinglike an island group in space. times bought but each time as hi i _

-.. TbeOH>v tiu IbM Ill kt *l*le* 'Paul,the the falling stones standing ruefully scissors: and the children's beautiful waste your own. ,of the range and in the morning 0 beat The most significant thing; about the proudly brought to the plantation 1

bIJM Uaat lie SOda ed. rubbing his head which was bleelin; silky hair was lying on the ground But die poor wretch was too miserable it gradually just before serving. ,discovery of the Henrys is the promise ortvootheoldonesdiedor&Thyoung
4.4 isa aabered God vlll BOC with"Mol.the Mcret Wnp- whIch from a blow be had received. ;or amused shorn off in jagged, uneven masses. to heed mv remonstrances. The .,This can also be done with oatmeaL- it gives as to the future importance of bock escaped. And so Jit

au I kDo1r.orGo4 baLL toll me,thll.bit atjeejng half a doten fun-grown meneapjfring The two boys werein a great jstate t of day following we had to trust our The C41O'tT. photographr in exploring the heavens. the jftwas
'- be to.M rat. .- __. f.r about Ji>e tor:Jmasj ,c MtenJ terror* obb/n and trembling their cooking to one of the boys who were ... The value of photographs of celestial that although planter many
Where GIber blessed InfaBti .0':1 their. able at nightfall to figure upj j
&vaa'.lorlBr bm C JITkatOr whimpering.. their teeth chattering from faster'the image misery and wretch- all becoming quite demoralized in the SPRING COSTUMES.A phenomena in determining questions of .

? befalls bUbRtbren. twain. hIS bliss terror all talking at once and each giving edne I consoled them I.best I could: unusually exciting atmosphere in which form and location has long been recognized nine hmadred and ninety-nine.,dii.or8Ddth
CM Berrr eea tried their fears albeit lh-eo. for Manuel had taken PrrpetBmtkm *T Ute Stria rrcralewtDmrimf aDd times added the
4 imt bU a different version of the story in to laugh away -e again but if this art is going to give many
;. 'I'bdrp1eIT r' *, hih-Pit bed voices. mr own were increasing: and desiring French leave and was absent all day tk. Wlater gexoa new eves to astronomers tunl enable ODe on the next .

': It nur from be tbst bite lbs..tempter's, erer/w'uUMl.heirt 1 stood gazing the ceilingjwhen a Djuman to bring me a banch of banana Outwardly indifferent it was with a Sew costumes for spring and summer them to detect in the heavtiw objects never was able at nightfall to.

: Bo tf oar own poor ftb sharp thud above me made me leap *. I fri th% little one out of my thrill of expectation I repaired to the retain 'the general effect of those that the sense of sight alone can not account for the day with the full '.___

I Wbewettkot oar fos'evtr.r .whitney '4artlD lss.ult suddenly into the air. and a stone larger own hand at the window. store-room next morning when Manuel now worn. with basque bouffant skirt reach, then the spplkatioa which is br.r '' _

t 4 wbt we slUt nut b*. than my fist fell at my feet.Mtei In order to be able to confute my immediately closed the door and glancing and combinations of two materials now being made of it at the Paris Observatory This ambition proved-to oertlof "Y
t When we mise OB that worl*> perfect MJamd quieting wife fears G. (my brother's ideaS as to the complicity, if tearfully all round. and out at the is to the most id' -
tki YOI'I4".1DIsfTT. windows The principal changes are in the drapery likely prove financial ruin. A* : ___
Wkea keBeata tki load of and brother-in-law) followed us. and instead not active agency, of the bovs. I armed square grated pushed a paper advance in astronomy since :
we sin important ,
KIMS with the umbrella into hand in quick, lowroice and in an lengthen short victory the Union. _
of saying attempt
fed the Krtef sad pata. sympathizing general myself with a large and taking my- the was applied to analyzing .
Ob wed ratber lose oar other two tb. terror sharply told the servants tostop the children with me, I repaired to : skirts making those of street dresses spectroscope the sun and stars. The evidence of slare after stare departed ankM. >i1

-IsvJo hare MBI a Mouare here**ln._ Ecsts Tr.mcr4. all this nonsense that he would their own hut-a regular!"case"'filthy "Missr read that in room. Xo tell barely escape the ground while those the existence of dark or invisible bodies the einancip prt-I. '

I soon find out the practical joker cut malodoroa< but the excitement of mv nobody/* formerly hilated aU.rafc in slaves. JU4.
-- for the house touch the The in in numbers undreamed
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him month the ranal threat such that 1 .u *Wt >* t A asked
a wages- own nervous system was -'LL1 C'VU : UJ o M&'UJ4UOC. M. plaits across the back of skirts insteadof of is yearly accumulating. when his neighbors lor/1 .
THE BEW1TCHEP -and deprive him of his monthly bag would have gone through a good deal to asked breathless from astonishmentand being abandoned, are increased in I The labors of the MessrsHenry show 1 money he could only.tell i.*

of rice. Then he ordered them to proceed find out the origin of the mystery. 'with a momentary terror of per- number from three to six. the added there is reason to hope that}we shall ret i taken unto itself legs and. wa 1 _
at once serving the rest of the din It was. a day of intense heat, but 1stood haps seeing own name written on '
Beaten and Driven Away By a my I I ones being very short and set in only a get more than a mere glimpse of the N. L L4'

UyBterSouae-8hL ner. in that baking reeking hut- .the paper. few inches below the belt so that they hidden wonders of the heavens.-Sin ...
The excitement war-far"too''greaf'to' .-!there was hi the-wm of beds "Yes missy. She go sleep; she ask I may take the place of the warm hair ': _

-. permit of my doing any thing so prosaic were some filthy looking mats;where bow many rw-mt; then she tink long cushion though this cushion is still A PROMPT CUSTOMER."I ._ _

When I was on a risit,to Mauritius. as return to"dinner while this> mystery old clothes hnng'on the begrimed walls time: then she say massa go to England I used by many French modistes. n_w. c.e a lb. s.iiiI.e
: I- few years ago the following- mysterious' waS nnexplainedrSo the'twoyouths andI and where the only air was admitted by soon'- six months: two boys I The'foundation' skirt remains about DRY SALTING. w 5g.

remained in the veranda. One fetched high narrow windows-with the two here want took leave dis house: they Arnie. -_ .
and in width. The C.Jdevata
; I frff>nfTf fnff oeeurred and. although ** two yards a quarter That Oemerw owe you 'thirty-fire vei
*, bisgun and, fired'-into the woods and small culprits before me their, only attire try frighten him awar. Missy see? ; e6 ParsTs amd
lower skirt of the dress material is 1MIz71e.
4 erery thing was done, .to find,put:the across,-a -neighboring ravine, hopingthat little whirls Tand,nankeen trousers.I Iran across to my room and there I and very magazine I got the other dayfriaddressing
fall almost
straight heinz a The who thinks the of
natural supernatural of thought if threw the read and another reguhi' man subject wan, the proprietoz <
I? originator.- or- if the aggressor hidden in.it* they up stones byany the name Sammy Mother Habbard skirt and is risible -

I**. the trick plsred upon_us -if trick it was wooded recesses t the uapd.Jl-1irin2' .onick movement I could*not .fail tot servant (the two who subsequently were I. to a greater height below or-between dairy thought and improremeat exhausted Chicago-fceok store. -HereV _

r -we never succeeded in elncidatuig the .w uldcausehimtotd..f,, ?* Tl .* ffe moCos'ioftheir MM*i ten minutes retained by G.s partner as head servants -: the draperies than in winter I, is wonderfully mistaken. AImost money, sfr." J

: ;* matter. Travelers m different parts of I' He then climbedja tafltreefrom| a quarter: !of an hour elapsed and ). f I dresses. Sometimes this skirt is gathered every day some inquiring mind and "Tou don't owe me any ThI.f'
which as it was a ohi..moonlit dc;.in. Fwas beginning feel faint To saT'th least out, the woman had i hand is to the
the world hare had the like disagreeable all around at the top and sewedto patient turning up proprietor replied. 4-
may. from heat and bad air. when went made abed and how she
night-and no one who has not seen the bang not guess, contrived -
I- experiences as X hare since the foundation skirt bat in most new truth or exposing some old "Yes,I got>magazine (0._ ___
i beauty of a tropical full moon can hare one and another on the roof and twoJLmesfr1j to know my brother' intention
cases it is partly plain and partly gathered error. Jit the dairy conventions for the "
heard that this specjes. .rerrnge on; any idea of its soft and ret clear brilliance -. before. ... one narrowlverazihg of leaving Mauritius, I don't know. It else iriwide loose-look have beard considerable the other day:
> or plaited past we we f
: supp6aed ncnu.of whlcfajEQ disagree -he could see a great distance ... 'my 05e. 'Idiemiied. 'th Qcliii-" { was in any case a most curious coinci lug plaits in the sides or behind or discussion year on the injurious effects of "No. you idnltus
then, who evinced great fea; and dence. "But "
: sbIeaipecimenc''e under mynotice. while I fearfully peered about among re- wherever it is not covered by -drapery; working dry salt into dry butter. Over -
the low bushes, keeping alLthe while in commenced sobbing and shivering, and The other servants who knew or "Goon. TiisiTiinliiMl *
i jnnI
in and The
is commonly resorted to Ceylon new draperies are arranged rerr thirty years ago when was but little
rushed oat of the -n cannoning in
several parts of India.I the close' rkanity my ilz-footcompan guessed the mission on which Manuel long in the front and back, leaving both if any ground dairy salt in use we dont understand _
the coachinan who
:. ion .who. though pooh-poohing the i my flight against had gone into Port Louis and suspected sides of the lower skirt uncovered from remember that it was the practice of the by-stander. "What does he
happened to be spending a rear with whole did could like it was waiting at some distance to hear The
affair noW see. that had told me the result, scannedmy
the .belt down. The front best butter makers in Yew York roll k
the drapery to "It is a sharp I _
sister and her husband : pretty
in .
my lovely all. I confer I the result of exploit."Have
at titat surreptitiouslyE'cked my courageous face and
t carefully questioned me as
! drops in a point toward the right side common barrel salt with a apia
island made immortal the fact sometimes worked in this !
by or np the stone I had found in the yon ever heard of this sort of 10 my having found elucidation of _
any being made wide and full or"'pbit- on a table in order to nuke it fine
fiction of the romantic lores and deaths and smelled it to see if I could thing before?" I mustered up sufficient the matter. But I studiously'concealedmy very Some'time ago s man cams is jme _
into the belt it is then
that it would
ing ; caught enough not injure the
' of Paul and The house up
Virginia. servants .. --
find trace of brimstone.An Creole to the- that he owed twenr.SIsj
any sav. Irnowl tre,/and back
paper in the left and falls in
: with the of the gave plaits on hip a grain of the butter in wrkbi. We
exception DUr '
were all natives that is,. Indians, either hour or two elapsed and still the "Si fait. Ma'amselle; si fait: he replied to Manuel telling him not to put too curve to the foot on the right, leaving have noted a great many times smce-the for acme ew paper* I _

, born in the island; die offspring of stones fell, doing more or less damage. : and told me forthwith some much faith in information obtained in its right srde quite straight. This tab- injury the grain rood'fed salting and her bins, but th1nkij'

coolies imported for, the .labor of the Sometimes one or twojwould come bang ghastly tales ending most indignantly such a manner; thougn if I had any suspicions lier. it will be seen exposes both sides immediately working thereafter. Some might hare gotten the pspen
bang after each other, then a quarter of with: "And they say some of them, in.the matter they'certainly of the lower which be in
sogrphntationiwho had come to skirt may people say there is no such thing s one of my clerks. I took iI.._ _
I an hoar would elapse, and we would that I am at the bottom of it. pointed the same direction.. Manners.
lengthwise plaits on both sides or it in butter bat that it '
fortunes Creoles ol grain S afterward he
prosecute their Several days
- think it was all over when the noise and "Nonsense, I sfid. and rushed oat I mar say had till now gone wide of hare stripes of the *" fTy'or should be called textureIt matters
mixed natives of ithV bland and may
race, placed quarter on the show ,
the vertical
battery,would recommence. blinding son-rays on to the mark .
; bands of velvet ribbon or plush woven not what we call it so that we] all
tint and fea- *
I;: ling considerably' m It was getting beyond our usual..hourofcretiring the comparatively cool veranda to en- The molestation, after this, ceased for in the fabric or rows of embroidery on understand alike what is ''.: It saytng, more papers, waDcei"; ,_
ture r n'' 'wq, 1Ir'i :;vL 1 for the night but.somehow counter Djnman own servant who time This I did.not.thiafr "
i iwe" my some or occurred at rare intervals deep fall of lace or else for light summer is, however, very desirable that butter tame any.
.L Thto4iaMdre,41ie'lut1er forgot to propose breaking up our next respectfully asked if ma'amselle but the poor man had become so unnerved fabrics there be should hare ik Two or:three days iiteri
may many narrow a dear firm
compact grainor
a ereole of African descent three of th.iJos" little Itwas useless settle to had Been or heard any thing. from terror that he his 35 -. _
partv. to neglected ruffles of silk or of lace with a band of texture. On such a consistency dePends l .;aMdd- _
were pure Indian They all I any occupation;4my sister, "the1 TWO' !t.-I wonder whatf it can be?" I said work and finally got his dismissaL velvet ribbon heading each.. The back Hs resistance to beat thereten ** Good *
: seemed to get on rery weU, .together; young men'jdand: I 'talked with bated more to myself than him. 1. had returned Europe before this is confined aruing. -
drapery to a narrow tion of its flavor and its keeping *
now and again we heard a tremendous "Le 'dlabler I qual Good morning. I replied. *4"!
breath And-I did not at all enjoy the promptly responded happened but on leaving begged my when
or gathered to the ities. We butter .
space plaited want to long
ndisenx : seven raised in 'BeautIful weather for this I Iyear. 3'-
tongues prospect of the night before me, as I occupied -Djnman."Xonsenser. sister to keep me informed about the belt. but it is full and that .
hang enough so family of five
very .
: may :
. : unintelligible hubbub of incomprehensible one of three pavilions small : 1 said again this time supernatural affairs I left behind. and she straight to the foot or else be opened in eaaget to the bottom off sj twentypoundtub persons .* *; ____

; -.- : talk but it gradually sank away wooden rooms bailt outside the large quite iharp1for 1 / though I had a wrote and told me that his persecutor the middle and droop in two long narrow without finding ontvthiru of the "Yes rery.' _
- or ended in a hearty burst of childish reranda
; it house with 'a connecting vagne idea m my own mind that perhaps'lediaUawasat.tbebottom followed him to his next situation points that again disclose the fun butter so badlroltflaror alto be worthless M*I got s,psner Dorered naidLthe _
I laughter.i between; and whether tthe.jthrow. : of harassed him for eon\p time and then lower skirt. Flounces all around the for the table. Perfect other
grain should day. Tty
The language in which we communicated er.of the missiles waVbrwas not super""l it somehoW'iay: honor .and self-respect disappeared. skirt 'seldom ,
are seen even as a be and '
waxy "grease n bright Here. Sometimes I forget $
wWi them was vaguely called Creole natural personage I did notrelish bis required me to keep up an appearance In talking over:the matter with an the foot, but are used in very narrow steel knife in cutting Such '

-mixture of French and other vicinity. About eleven'o'clock, servant tt courage lifasfar: ._ from feeling before Englishwoman who had spent nearly widths to cover the sides or per shows skill and good judgment in"grain y in my pocket,but I __

tonguez.the former prec0111insting as came to say that, the noise.andcWnage these timid Indians who all looked the whole of a long life in the island haps the front of a skirt while the full of the in its every get that I want to read. -W4
In J; IhooP-SDF.ngllihooloDI, still continued, when G. once to me asm rock of defense an infallible she said:."It is a,most extraordinary lower skirt when made of wide'lace or stands to way then,; .working. quite a lively time on th.fl.-J _
reason that the
: Trench qJ1tsina in he chops ,and in..a more repaired to the kitchen, and announced authority as well as a most welcome thing butWOT*C case Uhaa this hare embroidery or any one of the borJered 1 of dry salt into the-best grained working batter Trade this morning. Weflmorning.1 / i_ _
I considerable portion of the commercial his intention of sending for the outlet to their feelings UDIIerA
as'anjaudience. Ho Ii
young or bayadere striped fabrics is. in pointof in the world must hare dis dropped
% world most of the.Principal Iflt5 police to find out and punish the of- To their mistress they did not attemptto girl whom I knew came Out from:'England fact merely one,deep nonnce, giving integrating effect on the.a butter.grinding; twice more, and.1 IOtIa&I1
in the island being 4 descendants of old fender. Accordingly his cousin went off "for"she:was too here dressmaker. A creole making
speak frightened by as a the effect of a fun ron skirt. it aDd oily
ofIOCNJ, talker.. One
: any rather than quite a dybeandafterinoklngovuan :<
J French families. ltii childish languaget.fiin.of in bis little '
a cateche to.the nearest police. the whole proceeding to listen even to Tooth fell in lore.'with .her and asked Basques remain short with high darts firm texture. It; is for the Wit
I" abbreviation*, odd abrupt itat ODnd Tetnrned rith three purpose of
her him
SUL to marry'kimShef the of
wJ FvI ; giving a long slender the
appearance avoiding from
.terminals; and ejaculations with a universal one a French Creole, one ua B'; thercjs a litjtlejumai"they and. mad with rage hensolredto comr, waist but those of thin fabrics hare that the granuai'sute overworking history of the Holy Lend _

,$ aad most catching bur,which"all and the third' 0 '$ ier .J > eon pass hcE.tk.s..Wbetb&by bene1f.... fuller trimmings in front that the flatgarnitures ( has been adopted. Under n of churning price. "Twelre dollars,"* -

- salt
i acouire.' smiled m an fcfaad.thejliUle!hoik iseaOed thm *woke in the morning her dry be
4- .0. young ; plastron! or rest is made of soft silk worked into butter.-Huofs, : MIchlganaven
-, f 3 one oftho senrsnts' spoke English; YouIl perer find.il' out whatever it is; the lcutAbet, and'there" .is only one arms andhody pinched,, the.blue marks pthered or plaited and.there are tapering .Dcziyi 'What is your ; ?:

dd1oAe..the.**.r l T* Hifc'TTTfLICyf meffX.iyZ.* it has Impracticed: in severs- !parts'ofT | COPY in theIait'L" r -J.1. risible tender, flesh her.hair' cut velvet revere on each *idevof this 4. .. I :
: Taroo. familiarly termed" ammy,*Binder e island before, and quite lately,'too.Some L:was much interested" in this KXfdose toiler head;her food. snatched A Priceless Invention. Wy. thought_ you knew _

: tood ; .nd. ]!-mperfeeUyo. weeks ngo we were sent for to and noted the fact and the reader can I from her, needles' passed through her rest.The laced front is a featurerof new _. customer her lor quite awhSeT

that notwithstanding the presence of SarazuKufor the.same .The. in-. judge my surprise when- long after in eyelids and tongue, and'she pined 'and basques,'and is becoming to all figures. -Say;'Bromley,'does-jour wife 'erer- McFoyer.No.a5 .

_ three.or four 'boys'-a; table, wa.co 1Id11DCIOI1StI'aiDy habit .left Ihe house and we sWtt. reading a book oLP Hamerton'*.'called did under the ceaseless and mysterious. Some plain wool dresses ,are laced from belabor you with the broom am. going* out now, and

speak von any 'subject- there alone on the alert for three days, Bound My.House," I came upon the powers ranged against her.** the throat down, but it is more usual to ." parringer. Not because she's long. Be in: pretty

The cook whose name was'Manuel and. though watched, steadily night following' passage:" "In .one' part". of I neither affirm nor deny the tale I add separate pieces at the top of the first sodocOe.howeTer. rye against' marched of with the h1i7-.
had been nine years in my brother-in- and day the .very glass globes of the France the have the nllest belief it it told dart and hedged I -
_ broken peasants. merely tell as was ,to me by anFngliiairoman' lace these to the end of the such exhibitions of *' been _a good* '41U1iii
law"employment and was a most respectable lamps were in"the room Wherwe in s r. They believe that the _whose veracity I never bamne.. while shore this is the gathered sweet temper. so isr hMthatlthooc
, prompt payiar
_ : steady; harmless' man and were sitting; we saw the stones fall. secrets of sorcery are contained in a had any occasion to doubt. Another or plaited plastron and the revers. The aIn what way,Bromley ; -
occupied, with his wife s&d children and heard the sound asv they atrackthe.outside 1 heV bt hewasafl:*
a I mysterious volume called an Albert and person told me that on the island "mere seams basques are Dot'but "By bnymg a'earDet reeper.", ,
; .J small -e in tbe grounds hidden txv roof bat 1 never. once saw they are convinced that certain personspossess resided rery evil man. a Mozambique, the outside fabric >is put on' m.raried "How. does that Increase'. the. assent* hare never sehett
hind a hedge of bvnto,aDd tamarind any appearance of even a crack in the the book though I never could who' po seed"some power supposed. to ways, a partiality bang shown fbrV- ties*" 0 v *v, a n f othIi

; s trees. 'It was my brother-in-law's, intention ccuing. and left the place" without baring tej a copy of it, nor ascertain if it really be allied to sorcery or witchcraft whose shaped trimmings in back and front.inlaid ."Itworksfikeaeharm... 'Thesweeperestches LT fsfleIwb ..Jmfl.t
__ to finally kare: Mauritius in found out any thing. existed.' aid was frequently invoked to bringdis- between folds of the material set in at the ekandefer.; 'koockstWTSSM : he4

six months;and as the;house was to be This was not satisfactory; bat it was- Had I known the fact at the time my aster.or death on .their enemies by revengeful two or inch-wide plaits on the shoulders off the mantel, and finishes :m>wrrring' hrdIjae4Py for me to

occupied after his departure br his partner little reassuring the long hours before interest would have been doubled as 8OGL in: front 'and behind,.and tapered her a most eonsaUoff.wkaek 'on :ioBot want.his, e'--AJ

___ a single man- the establishment I: fell asleep, to hear the police Mr. Hamerton's testimony,shows that'a The i stone throwing may hare been-I into very narrow plaits at the waist line Jie back of the bead., The inventor of it' .
would natnraUr? be icpnsWeVabh re-.pacing operand down, th verandaor book divination called hare been bnilded better than he' ,
$ dcmonologv, suppose must -skagmVof- making the old-time fan waist so beeom- knew. ". _
\ Birt:utiY 1tio1 nl1"J|when their steps ceased, to know.J>y the I* Petit Albert does exist In other hand performed bysome one but it wasvery bag'to slight figures Very: high dog cll.t" p -'saw-

\ known to his. immaliafcTfimihv and teI1-ble'sccnt of their cigarettes through countries though whence it derives itsratherpecnliarand extraordinarr the discovery of collars of velvet, cut all m one piece'am ...._-, :: ;; A number of ladies In.eU PbJ

4'. be did not wiek.it geiMnlly'>IpokeitoL the\opeu window, :'Jhat,they were not somewhat modern \the'perpetrator, or' the'means brhe which stiffly fined with buckram areon dreaes -A. Jamestown.- i. g thefr bos lery ehe

\mWll plans were fixed I-do notice. slumbering." :I had'meant. 'to keep the, name 1 have never.found out .aceompUahed his deeds should hare of thm fabrics and may be,fastened:on that: '(N. ) man 'diseoren -; !.ita ivci: tirl: mflHner: -
__ that the 8elTaDU'(2D have had any ac* stone I picked tip as a'mem?nto of the Next day. Manuel'his wife and chi}' eluded the careful watch of my brother the left side in s point oi.1Iidi bow of bcfct-honse lamps at sixty Barcelona'SLake tears the roJt.e

qsintancewithbis ,projected moveBMttCalthough incident and Iud pat it in my room; dren took French leave, and went off his con nc'self-a "most interested ribbon: if made to'meet in front two or Fne were fed with : pay/her-fre-doUan.a dayiiay &
natural -
K <. subsequent. : \"en hare bat fearing that'such an uncanny object I for the ,lar 'without our baring any spectator--three policetaen andma.D1 even,three hooks and eyes are required fromaweUa mile awajHraZo gas taken she trims up the bonnets

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: After the first ba1l.T Knight withdrew% his The Workingman and the Tariff. S j, 500OBookAffentewantedtoaeUun HE.JIIJO'U ::. :
L name" aud Crosby ,was uuaniiqous.)) ; declared '.,*\\ II.the,wvkingmea of_ .*hiis.,country, Ia i ltD I'V2LICUTCX J) KID A. L. Von B'.IR Fine ('u ff :'

., iL ; PUBLISHED WEEKLY'ATkT nominated for Senator. At this want is plenty of work nt higher prices. I 44S t, "t'. MhIg_

g_ tILK BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. point Crosby came before the Convention Neither can be obtained unless we .c't\l.l j i i8rkets. SHOES $3.60. t'l ruu 11'11111 "It

_4 --:0-- and in a neat speech in which hedeclar'-d manufacture goods' cheaply for wider! _: #
c. I. C. WEBB. his inability and his urpiise- lie accepted m You cannot manufacture cheap j, ci4* S S Ludies who; nave hocc BOOT-HND {fHd STORE 1 II'C'i nlllll'ln IIrl1t'r J

? : i:: Editor and Proprietor. the honors conferred' on him and pledged unleNi the raW, material; t.8: cheil l. andwe"[ l 'i .-S I wearing $4 and & 'I S :. r S S _

his support 'to the Democratic party: must undersell our competitor*; in order = LrIAFUgE t Show and d'foiiriog' ., .1' .h.ii <.,nilltI.-1.

: 81JB8CB1710X '1.00 A VEAU. C..a pt.. J. (J.-Ilicbard{ said that he would to get markets nil over the world. Americans __I j neor
FEV 1 Style nnil STARKE ,
% S Economy,
desire : ,
': !qw 'like' to hear the'voice of the ConventionIn to have no Chinese wall 1-5. S

;' -F J.lered44)4i;; "11) Ad of* o'.yre** in regard to the, nest IL S. Senator. The thrown around them. The country can 4 Comfort tdiotild try apair .. 'mnc':, 3h"04's. Iffl'S- :
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k1 theW OJJite"ftttI' Flu., at &cond following resolution was adopted: no t' gel rich I by I the people exchanging 1 i tIde ,

F- i 1.JJr Matter.NATIONAL Retolted That the Democratic party of products with each other. That is rol. ___ }line of 8Jr(**. Ladies! FLORIDA. Childrrnem Nmocs!. (om. -

3 Bradford county instruct their Senator ltiuJ Pelcrtopay Paul. We 'must.Vx- ; o fCl ieveIand l French Kd 1tas S .

TICKET und representatives elect to vote fur \Vilkinson cllIlIIP'; at u profit with other nations, and $4.1'h

: ;&$ .. '' Cill for U. S .Senator, first. laM.. theieby their 'c'lIlthvill flow to us. WetaniKil mica w. .. ..*.1ih.a.--E..- fa .
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'S For President:, 'I Ian, d all the linn. J. C. liichard accepted sell lo oilier! nations unless we buy I IWwlT ffiftnte.*irllli sis.I r" nlu.. TSfJSEIi!' -
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: his n, munition lilii I speech which ..of Iliem. Protection such have LIPPMAN'S PYRAFUGE IDII OJ' JIIB.8. CUVELAJfD.J .. &. JSlki \
t. $ I CiUOYEIl IXEYKLAKD.FoLX'cr j in a ; as we rapkr nf .t.l.LEU G. TJI1JUIAN. TkkoU. .ThNS'bly I MRANs AZ AR
; t4 President.ALI.E ( was very appropriate. J. L. Gaskins 11(1W. doc not liunefit the workinguiHii It I. CALLED TnB 0:6 .WA-"t.L4I\I.u..tbu'k4.\.UT'li4ii.i. bat to ibIs p1.10 I" 'fh'- V4i.: ( .,
: t said that this the fourth lime that he benefits the capitalist who Eipeller '.UitiuSmn,. .. .,all lr n'porte-. I _.
of .
>. THUHMAX.PTATIC was by means Wonderful ChHl.and! Fever .._.Ia 1Ls.ai(4.i'l b.&* *n bJrJ, iJUgetaiMM | -.ssp .- .
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t 5- I .)14oa. WIIw"r full
had to' thank the Democratic party of protection has monopoly of the manufacture Itcnr's the rhll:: rind "' tnw's up tfI! 1'1"f.l'lll few la aiL A"oI-- .WINTER" A CO. l"

4 b .,1 DE.nOI'KTIC TICKET. I I Bradford county for a nominal; and of fiome article. He groA-srich. B grwumi.appem.itc LrilJl.ring sucntl1l1nd hcu1th Itsufertr. prlngflAld. Ma. -P. O. BUILDING.- -

S -- _puke of hi record in ihe I lt tlt Lrgiail. S
Fi-r Governor: being good und pletlged tint; he should II them at the lowest possible price. He. AR ER'SHAIR S. : f4 .

I FRANK P. FLEMING of Duval. aid all in his power lor the pat I)' III tire I II)' means of threats kills competition ill P.P.P. P.P.P. and BALSAM bnntifle the hair .

I this I aJujrertantgrowta.Ntvtr D'EAL.ER. & i rsi- Ij: ,'
S Coming campaign in I lie next legislature. l'ulllllr.lllllllifgh protection prevents | Faite to Restore Gray 'f

r. For Supn-mf Court Jud 'fI: I J. L. Hill was unanimously elected competition from abroad. In order IIIraise andCURES Pota) Hair to Yenttfbl_ CoUr. SCJIOOL HOOKS, STATIOXARV, 0V ALL) KINDS, .lGEN'fnl11iiA -"
PBto Boot
Prickly Ash .
j GEORGE P. RANEY. of Lw.n. J i Ch.iirmau of the Couuty: executive L'1tl1-; the wages of workingmen theie must ..

r : :T A ,K -1.\XWEI.14. of Efioambla.HL. } itt: itte; aud \. L. Mck.imt-y as Secixtaiy. be plenty of competition, and our manufacturers PARKER'S GINa a ONIO :

MITCHELL of Hillsborough The business n"w hdug over the ; must be able to sell in all torCoaalJl.Co1dI.I.wud -- jh1n1p.t5?
cmn-I' SYPHILISilldc
--- Conveulion of the i iSEA
S adjourned. ers globe. The policy of the

4 Fur Secrelary of State: ---- --- 'tat t iff is to build! up our manufactures TertJ&ry. BypbIUa.J1 h. \Pm. EERLESS II DE LIBRARY AND I FINK' : CIGARS.
: Our Senator. illdc Kroptlons Scrofula an4tloD 1oI Erit LADIES I .
S. JOHN L. CUAWFORI) of Waukulla
-S Abraham the choice of the not to destroy" them; to remove all impediments Ulcers and Old Soro Ebenmatinn and DYES --
S ell diseases of the blood nil thoae that have
f Democratic )party of Bruuiord county for I and give them every facility torow. resisted other treatment yield; rteadUy and mushy Tomr Owa I>jr Utff,at Horn. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR ANY P.\ PER OR )I.\G \ZIXE. Ordeif]
For 1 anlOlolyfl'1-
S Altorney-Genend: *g .- Hun. Roger Q. Mills in lkljtmi'sJlagazilte to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great Thy will dye TM7thii They :
i S g- 'S W.B., LAM. of Jefferson. Senll.lor.'IIS [born in tho, state cf Georgia I for August- Blood Pnrifler. for'Where strength Price lOfc Briahtoea.a p ck., Amount. Tb..havenoequ&1 ia Paek es Koliritcd and prompt attention given to same. > ,$

I I S. but has lived for the last twenty year in or for FiutneM of Color.or non-f dinff Qnalitie ST.mKIt"I i7t., January 13, lbS. '9 )imSTARICE _
SCROFULA They do not crock or ansI; 4ocolora. 'or asia br .
: Bradford county. He i is a hmncr by pio- DIED. .-
\ For Comptroller: Died ut his residence in Ionia. Clavcounty. J. 14. Cask:. ins, Starke, Fin:
fession but at the tiu.u has studied ,
., same lie '
In the t. producing Lumps or
: / ._ Y..1D RAIIKES. of Jackwn. Fla. Id an Imparity -
on Aug. 12th 1888. Edward
I I : ,. (or the ministry and has had charge of I N. Perry. :,igi'.52 years. lie was a native I Swelling'g!', or Feet causing for the Running cure of Bores which on MC Ute P.Arms P. P., I. CARRIA6 FACTOR"

'I I / S For Slate Treasurer several congregations in. the county. He of Connecticut and moved tn Florida nine' the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these
::4 : ; dieeaeei yield readily to the power of P. P. P., CUBES WHERE AIL AILS.
: f ri FRANK J. PONS ofaaker.- was ut one tune Couuty Commissioner or ten years jigo. lie leaves wife and! giving new life and new ettenjth. Beat Condi good. UseS
one child in Florida t his loss.His in tuD<5'a
and Chairman of that b.uly. lln is a vtiyurciblc ii nnnirn. .
1Ik 4 remains were inici red in the
ami holds attention tJfhis BLOOD POISON
tpcukt'r thc
: E' For Superintendent! of Schotils: at Kii.gsley Aug. 13th. Wagons Made To Order
I ALBERT! J. RUSSELL of Duval. h hejircrs'lo( Via' end. lib neighbors lookup I ,
.t ; ONLY DUST TO DUST. Cured in Its worst form ; sometimes messes with I believe Plan's Cure
.r/ rAi. a tn1 him .usit_._ )leader! i.d: respect his Here our Woven lives must part: En-8ipelo where the patient was in Eternal Pain for Conaumption saved ..
r : Lung I've known would be so; I and gwen np by tie physicians. In some case H. DOWELL I I$3:
life. A.
For Commispioner of AgrocnltureL. : j ju% lgu S : II. WOMBWELL, of Jiukson.Presldentixl l lie county-Jwvo }>|;ict-d before him the Lot e. so fill: its wounded Leart. I I of corruption; A bottle of p.: P. 5r. wavrocured I Editor Enquirer. Eden S .f To OrderS
4, Tlum wilt B ay. but I depart! I and uw diaeaie yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. ton, N. C., April 23. :.
b --S I lughe&i K'U,.u(thc, l; )JM "cr. Hence ave hence from triend an.. foe; I ; __._ _. ,I vfepajring't

: ;, -;; % Eli-rtors; .\ fl,J.,- lllCJlAltD Thus Where our the woven spirits lives are I must go-part! I I R al.! nds.! dosa and rii'spatcl
c J. If. M'KINNE. of .Ja kt lln. T. C. L. W. KICKLITER. II j l nsatly, with [

f k A. UU FOnD. fit Marlon. c.indidttle larthie .\sscwlJ., i b well kuown --- ----- ---- And in an Affections of the Blood P.P.P.atanda I -5-
--- !
\ I I alone and unrivaled, and come of its cures are I : .7
.1. L. CAMPBELL of VaukulIn.II. ( all readers. lie fur --I
S a mr wus yeais senor I really wonderful. .pISO
I II. PALMER of COhUhbilo. b bS bS member of the firm of Kit-hard and I II I If you suffer from anything like Syphilis.Bheomatism Seref -, ifIt I ESIIkIEI I ( NL B IACK-SMITTLING,.-
nla, Blood Poison, Ulcen. Old Sores -
__ _.-- --S Pace. He has been a member of two constitutional I or any disease of the blood, be aura and I i '

t I S, ;: Owing to rush of business Senator Cull II: cuuvciilious and several times I I, give P. P.P. P.P. P.(Prickly a trial.Ash Poke Root and Potaa- I All kinds of Iron End Wood Work sOl pcidJ':

t slum)is DO secret patent medicine like the many
;f.f \vill not 1 he liMe to take part in the cam. :l Senator from this county.I lIe is u uicui- I Its ,
market. 111
on the formula on every bottle The BEST Cough Medicine ,
S )utm this fall as expected. her of our City Council aud County Burd I thus giving a guarantee of its parity and whole I is Piso's CURE i OHCONSITMPTION. .....,
: I omenera that DO other blood purifier does give.DRUGSTOREP. .
UI. L' llcallli Cupt. Richard i is a plain spoken Children / you want a Buggy Wago.i; Buchboard
Surrey Phaeton
I. ;r o' Yellow fever ia declared epidemic In take it without objection, l' ;?]
man and one who has full conli-
itnd Jacksonville and By all druggists.. 25c._ '
; Tamp : every precaution
is taken to p-eventthe spread ofthe iIS erne of the people At this late Convention or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a Band-wagon

S he received 57 votes for "

t ? diswtw. but 67 were ueccssar/ to st"lIutor'l CURES WHERE ALL ELSEAILS.TUtMgOOd. I can supply your want un ,short notice. -

c The probabilities are that Siarkc will friends however, stuck to him till the I I .\_ BtCough in Urns.7W.bow Vie

S J ;e not supply the Sergeant-al-Arms in the I list and the compromise that was made i is I Carriage Manufacturing-{ .A Specialty!!

next Senate. "Th plnns tlf rats and nil that kepi him from bcing'thc nominee

;- men" &c. for Senator. The Captain is a number NOTICE. .,...Y.

:- L S -- r of the Farmers Alii-nice and a very Is hereby given that T win be at
I The convention bust week passed off as IF _Notice- at the Court House in Starke on Mon.my A. E MO; ITT"

4 quietly and pleasant as any body of its earnest worker. wc:11: day. Tuesday. and Wednesday of each week until ''e I.
-- tlw time expires hy law. for the rurp>jjof .
.size possibly could do"I nud! eveiybndy KI'rf'POWDER' F registering an'l issuinif registration certificate
to the elector of Bradford
rou Fbi ida.
: c f C'e1tu0 be. well pleased with the result. l lS nominee for the Assembly is native of! :1 :: All tk-ates persona should call and secure ty. registratIon I Starlce.; Fla.i
1 cert and Fee that their names are
-- As we have anticipated this county Bradford I county. In his younger days he I eJ. L. GASKIN8 : eily entered 011 the registration books, as required prup-- ? ''J'
by la us of Florida .
Chapter 37t4, also those
S sent a solid Bullock delegation to Orlan took up the study of medicine and for i who wNli to be tran fered to district*otherthuu --5-- -

; S ut,. Sometimes we small fry can learn years was I ho ]leading physician of the JJo;. I.lm: IX in which they are now rejri E.I.tereil.. OJOM.4spervisor .

; the sentiments of the people-as wi-Jl as the, county. The Doctor has represented ihN : Itegistralioi; Bradford Co. -FLORIDA AGRCL1UHIST!!
*- : old "stugers." ,u l'cmill'lwice as Senator and once in Ihe: Absolutely Pure. Drugs & Medicine Aug. IB as.-

.- I House lie is always watchful to the NOTICE. } I PVt t... t. ilu; / t

-t5: : -.' There is no fear of yellow fever in I l people's interests and has made fur him-: ..Tinpowder n" ver "'ai Ies. A iimr'" I Starke; vuuPhysicians' h C 1k *.kq after date I will apply I to the Hon DEVELOPMENT OF FLORIDA AND THC BEST JHTLHESTS OF THE PEOPLE.,. oM"

: Starke. The city is now in a good sanitary I s elf a record second none. He has, accumulated nr' purity, lu'ellgt:1l1d: whnlcKomeiipxs I County Joseph, of Bradford R. Rirhiinl State County Judge of the: I THE OLDESTAGfllCULURA1.JouRNALlTHESTTE.5 '
"onin-al I KIoriMa. for letters. -----
than the ordinal i -- .5
S condition and the disease cannot I .c a large amoiirt of property in k i mmdii. and t -'iinot he yol.l I in <-"tnpetiiiciiwth I v Pri'seriptions) of Hergenakold AdntiKtraijon, late'n tlie. escaUt.f \. u. N. Parties Interested In APICULTURE1.:
.5 of
S tl.e (ountv of Bradford]I 'LS'
? spread here. The conditions are not favoruble and about Starke his latest purchase being tltH tr-ultitinle of low test, shorirt'oi derm... AGRICULTURE.HORTICULTURE.. FLORICULTURE. f '
:: lit. alum of f.'tcJ'tfliJ'( COllljJII'l/ul't"t till Jnnn-it--thiil ,ItJi July 13. 1JH .
for it to spread. At the tim'l offo'crunoJio"'d i the lands about the lakes phosphate powders, ANDREW. FLORKUSApplications VITICULTURET.
swamp "oli| only in t' .'tB1anton ---- MARKET
:mimx. Itoyal '! -
wes'i Making Po\ / -- -- GARDENING POULTRY.
epidemic in 76 n number of: IIf our town which he with oihers Ipr ('0. UK; Wall-st. N V.Sick NOTiCE. SERICULTURE STOCK

,curses were brought to Starke and everyone drained and reclaimed-about 3,000 acres -. lac.i"ltjCUI'H will he made on'nets set forth in Or army r f n:1'ar.111"i:1.1n..hi.of the Mtnta. RAISQie .J"
lio.t I cnticot alfont t ) 1 .
< < f v.-ilh-wt TEE
or Ftcr
\ fisrrvir-z
herein filed .
nianv u petition
bIan' L.
-- b recovered and not -case originated I of r land. Our people take pride in having !\''!. To <:nre ami )prevent this xmiuvini ;- & minor U-fore him J. K. Richard. County Kmikinerbill.Jmljce a It v.-ill tiay fnt-:it-cTf lunijtirncs over ia raInaTe tnl jirnfitaKe inf.iriari] S ::..

Iteie the Doctor as a citizen and love to honor ; -oiiiplMiiit use Dr. J. I II I M Ic l.iwii's HaynesDealers on the 31st day of July I.-'NJ, :tor sin order author I S'JBSCRJPTIon PRICE $2.0O.
_ I| I I.itllj* Liver m.l, Kiilnoy' I'llli'tsThev, izing the sale in manner provided by law of that SINGLE COPIEG r .fE. ;:
: iI 11elJurcr. Magazine for August Is nt him with all the gifts in their p-iwer II-: i: are :11't'tltlu'u) tik; anti gentlo in their I t- lli poni"U>llist !r Uftltioi't-r's real estateknown its the A J'UiAi I.'c.t ".Ete I in"-""'1'" ,.airy. Fc'rt for IID1JIl'copy and MW for yorr 1rIl1:'-.:s .
-r alt
IlIlll place containing lit
0' land
was (the choice of for Senator L I M-tinn. .
"T'r'4' 1 nnd as Usual full of good readtrg.niugAUiK many i'x-ent* II'ial.. I and moi-f parik-ularly desurided in said petition I E. O.P PAINTEB DsLAWD. PI.OKIDA.t .
failing in: that we gladly him the' hert-iii filedPttiH.lJiineS'JtlilSHa -- .
II ) !. to puiely Punocraliclnitic give' i v In u an I eas.:Vxni-otoftuipii'J i'ii- ..' = -= 5 -

I -r, ) und treats en the subject in a clear next petition in rank. ..lne I I.v a few (V.5s< dr Hf J. H. Mi- in- 4 I I
I I, Leans T-r wine Liftig ttjjlttl. in all esi.o: 1 ,. Notice. S
Ilitd concise,manner. It ought to be in oh l
Workmen's Wages. j, IniHreiiK'Hsoio: ihioal or ditticuhytil: I r I
flu. Lome of every one; not onl) for it 8 Our protectiruUl friends inform us thai( j I ,'n'iL'IIIU.. S eI i I 'ix weeks: Judge after date.of Bradford I will appLy County.to theISiunty

S "flcal department, but it is full of goodfor the object of the tariff is solely to Keep !I Wanted: Fifty Bushels of Pencil John-tetters late of administration of Bradford Comity on the deseased.K
'8 those who have leisure time up the difference between American mid Sl'l'ci.! I will pay untill further notice July 6th Ifeas John D.Johns

S w ftshed by Bel ford. Clark Co., NewYoik. foreign wages. Will American workmenI'lelll'6 ;tt tlie rate of 1.50 for fresh seed GENERAL MERCHANDISEHampton NOTICE-- FOIl- PUBLICATION--

kt 'L ..A $2.50 per year. take the tumble to ponder such l .11'I\:4rl'cI: l in any qlllIItilt Highland

___ S 5 acts af this? 'in 1880 the'total value IIf station, Highland I Florida.July L.\xt OJo'FICAT S GAINKSVILLE.S Fi.\.
I-- 3lr. J. L. Fmzec. who has figured soconspicuously 'July .21. IcJSS.
manufactures In the United! .Slates were 5th 181:1$. I). C. Kuox. Notice '
S. in Ihe TiintVr In regard is hereby givl'r.h.L"c t folluw-
L 1 I equal io $5,369.667,706. The total wages ing-namcd settler has tffen" iiriTifLof.his
; f" :'J ; to some inisnndurbtaiiding between .
: paid amounted to (947.919.674., It no I Pains thesinall of tile back indicate intention to make final prof in support' of.his
-S S himself and the sheriff IIf Duval county, t'lJNtwsed cnnditicn (II'the liver :
/ : or kidneys I- claim and that said prof will lie madelie
had )Iwea
wages : paid at all, t'le cost of the V TWirs.
S whidh
i : has. we think in n very gentlemanly mav I'A easily removed bv I fore Ul'. islcr und Receiver a( GainsvilkFin. -
manufactures would I have been $4,422-, the nse of l>r. J. H. McLean's Liver ,
r .. on Sept 2:. 1888 viz'Vilh m" A.
: manner explained the whole situation ;
-h; ; a'nd exonerated himself from 746,032.() An 'I\\'rngc duty of less t than 22 : "II\illntH palm. $i.UI! > per bottle. L Xorthrup of Lakeview; Fla.. II. E. 12214.

31 \ ;atisfnctorily It r c''ul., therefore. would have cmnpenMtied I- 'I tliultiH exiMi-ine lo cold winds rain;', fur the E i of S Wi Sec. 28 Tp 6 R 23 E Oart's Tglets.Prei.I.h.iit ;
: all censure'in Ihe natter. 31 Frazeehus .
r. lie 5'
our manufacturers not mctclv for bright light, or malaria, may bring on names the fwllowing witnesses, to; .
;c f conn to' Starke to m>ike hiM home I i titlanimimit'loll Mini sorenews of the eves. I provo his continiion rjsidncc upon arid t ( leyclzsn.l's i'riz. fsr th., LlLT?? best bat>ie : t iILilu.ror.m.. ('ounty Fair. Ia 1S87, WU
any ...ilile d'ffeiencv iu Ix'twientins gwei ) ) -;, M.ht1j. I !:!. tri4 ay, vIithLtr o Jr. A K. Dnrt., II.Mnbnrph. N.Y.
pa I Dr.
i wages J. II. Me Le/in's -
( c- !' lie brings the hOSt recommendations *nhtb < Strengthening i {, of. said land viz. $1k wrltes. '; -t the lit !, sineb&in ycry .4ak. rntt u.s I could fct no Other food*
; made'1 i here und. any. other CUIlI1Ifhut fur theirt : e> Save. : will snlulue the lulluuniatiou.tH I. IN CIRCUIT COURT: 4th.Jti(1IC111 I I I). J. Silcox. of Ionia; Fla.J'tlin I (hiLt iu1.j frf"urrt wih th.in, I (0'.lsi.seOit the isst r tn 1.iict :t.L rcxjii. ic ii ip4l them lime-
v already Hnyfriends : We .,tal payments for :iahur. They will hardly r l Mild NO..HIH" the nerves. and strengthen ;I- White. of Lakeviuw Fin .I&r1t., 'I'L h4t 31': n'l're s''';? u f s-, hope for the rising lawyer abundance olMicces J I- \\eak md tilillg Kve: t3)lht. 25cenlH' Circuit of Florida linirtford t ti.Jiftt, .._ UK...V fcfcrtow solely IjMt.jte.1 toot is tlie.best Fon.t for Nttlo-ted hub'-cs. It keeps
I I\*-H-rt Ihfct their foreign competitorsget a box. a t'ounty.: I U. W Briatliam I. .Ih. arid i ).sflcr tIani iiiethiru,, mt.m tie; art sle.; Three sixes: .iTC. stsc.. tW.. .
f *. am] prosj l'c erily lo the firm olP I I labor absolutefy fcr 'I OEORUE BROUGHAM. J. P. Hickle. A1 .lrugjt Cabinet photo. of these triplets sent free tsi flue mother of any baby born this yeat. f

k & Frazee. nothingThe VS I. A Miinirfsit 8U.nl byatUihimut h. TUCKER.. Ki-gUter. 1 WELLS. RICHARDSON & CO., Burlington, Vt. f ":
_.v :, duties tuidtr. .tJie 'IreM.'nt tariff exceed 4 7per Dr. .J. i IF. Mi-Loan's Stremmi.thieimjmm g DAVID H. CHAPMAN : Sum I -5 .5
I j. ('nrlll"IIIII.1 Blood Pnritier and GEORGE CHAPMAN I Sworn toCompany. lOO.I' -5 "
A is SS
vitalizing I-
) TheCoiltlonOf ct ntr aml JlKise under the Millh bill 1 py S5 ,
t- .- Starke. : I luiiiK bug-ii.lf IH-df HI. i
t I --Aft; won as the first report of yellowfevcFcjimw w ould Iw about; 40.per cent.-Ex.fhfx I'hc'eks.Iud properties, will I brighten pale firm name and style"r the I NOTICE FOB l J UiUJHJ.\\ ( .1.1I -- S ": .. !.0.. t..ft. ;r.,..("!"T,1. y'.lr".:ml'r f'tf' ,
: traosform.a pale, haggard 1 I Joy Salt and COlllluilo8iuu I S '' .1. ;: !.; :",; tr L..Ol tr IC! ".\ n: S
J from Jacksonville our health -5- dispirited WOIIIHII into one of sparkling I I l l'Phe S LAND OFFICE. JAIXKSVILLE. Fl.\.. --:1:- : -: =- ........... '4V..:.::(.. .;::.: .,.:r..rds. J('Iuvcl: :
S / officers quarantined against thai place and !! .Mow- Fever Outlook. I I health and heauiv. $1.00 per bottle. .I 1 de'endaiit Uuvid H Hiapman and I July'SI. 1886 ( !?:-S 5 :- :- ':"-:;' a lte" Li.;c"1.ca5.r.j' ;;iI:'2cm3 P .Jlonti'.II; ..
Gwirjce S
Chapman ami
S oil otier!
aiitliorities: in. Jacksonville and I pt-rsong i in.tcr"ste,1 Notice: hereby t hat the follow <
hnve maintained it since. I ItIK are hereby notified of the given gxl-S Jt\t S
I strictly ewr Far bettor than the harsh commence ; : 1Et r l
Tampa hav'e each declared yellow fever tmUniont of i ment ofthe above suit hy attaohmeiit and are ing-named settler has Hied! notice of his: | ;
surprising what N vnst amount of tilth : medicines whie.li horiliiy gripe the pa- hereby required to appear plead or demur to I inienlinii; !:11 make final pr" f in support of ,"; \ ,. -- r.a
epidemic. There has been but few casesThe lent ami deMroy lli. tHa'tiinr of tlie stom- declaration flied tht-reln (ts'' the his ; ti/l''F' ; ; ';': : 1 S4 t jil.. ;
liscovered. Not cl.iini. and f' r .a
been that
weeksngo'eve.y said
I ': .rto < two :-he. ]'. J. if.' Me Lean's Chills THIRD DAY OF SEPTEMBER A. I). 1JM8 prof wii! lie made r j \ -i.s& :.itF \ ._ ,. ',' "
and I
man in town would have takenan of fever at either place up to d dale I but it I I fever Cure {iiv milt -v.it ellective aetionwilleiue. the same being the first Monday nt *aid month before Register and Receiver ut Gaintsville t ) .1S sot wo.v sa_ =st.a .
S was thought best to let peoplu know that SoldatoOeenUa' an-I rule day oHMs Court or Judgment will I be ..III..onS 'pt.-23. 1888.iz: Chester; 5i i t"1 JtU\1ES i:
natfii lioiilo. i
t ll'nt 8t rke was perfectlyclemiand taken against them l>y of ; fIflE"I.f.J8
default.L. Norlhrup. Lakeview. Fla. II. E.
12213tor .
i it was there. We are most interested i in B. : .
.. ..
c w that the sanitary! condition could not Jacksi'nvillo l e.ifjJcltr'r '.! frequently accidents occur in the Plain'ts Atty. the S. E. i :l'. 28, Tp. Cit 23 :E. 1 7 / ) ,-\..-".. It .
and i :
ClIU$ ,
Jr : IK improved But now a large force ofiinn t l household which cause Uirunts I hereby cei.tify that the foregoing I a i>orrectdpy : He names the following witnesses to I I'" 1"J
our business head quarters. The qllarltu.j sprains$ and ; of th oiijcioal copy of Jiotk-e of coin prove his continuous residence }; 7 r rM".nt"p, it I.'Or r:"",:.. ...;. 'is :0rh as
.5 i- and team* have found work for seven II. bruises; for use in stKiijcHs' menrenientof tin auve.lf\tU1 upon tunl -. I. J- I J '!'.' ,,, t h t ,'; 1,1' "r. .,I .
cause r: Cr 1'1
now ; ; r-
p : and have not half line agntnst that place i is so howI I Dr. J. 11. Me Lean's Volcanic Oil Lin 011 file in my office. '_' : -' cultivation of, said land viz: ptb -. .It t. .,' '''. .r\.B. :. ::! A\ f.0..:. l"'I" to,, :.
;: day, they gone over that it is 1 I iment has for many years l>"en the constant I- AVitnesa my hand and seal office May 2-ith 1888 n..J Silcox. Ionia. Fla- : ; ", 7t i I.in; !. .1 !.: i '.: : I,: ra.OIl" '" r';'1:1." :' ,. : r.tJ"t

k i/: I ti'Wii "'(- The work is well done god the ever, impossible" get anything favorite family reined. & .I [ISKAL] S R. F. YORK. John While. La keview. Fla. 1 t. 5S--l' '.\\\. "!.flt-q-I" &ia "l'lr.t.,.' f':,!: .,.t.,:..;,.. '.....' !Ir i.i.;.:.!9"1."r.'hi.ss.'';..'rk,' '.1","..Ian c;
from there and no one from Jacksonville] -- -..-. : .- ----5Wortningtonpring Clerk of the Circuit Court D. \V. '. \\,1. ;',' i I. :' .t ;:
I r' town i ill worth kVl'r,1! thousanddollarsniore 1 H' Bii:liam. I ; s'L 3 itJur. SJ..I"h : .. ttylL".
allowed note) 5 \ '" !:.t,:, :u' .'. ,. ,
is 1 to land' in Bradford J. P. ,1 ; :'' "r. I' '\ "H" 'an.
county. 'Hickle.
-S- iU There but few of l \ : : .. '! ,! .., .
by are cases This flI11UUS"fotcl tt'i : l1rr .t t"tl .I." 10.:0 f': t b p\ \i,: r'
j keep the will bu opened -I. BILL-FOB DIYORCK. S. C. )-, ..: :, .. '. .
precaution to disease TUCKER
t : .f"-.. sickness in Starke aUld they but ordinary Every away ltegister.tUflFFMAU' S ) ., I'f .l''.1\ I" ; t j'. 1 ,t.. J -.'.:. r., ....r., "..:._,1 I: .!: .,>'..,.. ,L.... ..,,.01.._..M.. ..J..t
S is used. Yet some of our leading for the reception of guest, on CIKCCIT. COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL "DISTRICT, -- l -i'I' "I. tltl. .t-;. .nY.'I'
.1 ; fever ruses. The !health of the place is men i BRADFORD c-orxrr. FLORIDA. I I I ,11.1tl.. ] y\ .-V .. : !., : .:i't..rrn >'
f'. tNK1. There and physicians have continually urged June 1st good boaixl reasonable including ,. HANNAH PARSON | BID for The Stra berry \ \ ilj''J i::1' )' ....,.,t-t.-p.t. ., T"I at .. t Lt.- -
reitidnly are no refugees 'z :' I .. r1l.: 1:1.
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1 from Jacksonville in SUrke, but several oLr people to invite Jacksonville (people the use of the Spring. .' f I JUsBfRY B. PAMON :)}f Divorce. ; tor. the ollth. \li. '(UJI ci.it"i,&J .&It w..-f-....'a., '.f'. ,)"."t( ..'P. :I.' .to.. .,".". ... 1i tlia'! .
1, | It being mode to Most productive. lar;:. I \ ". I"'*' ... ,'-4 1 ,. +
that the sick "
kt' here, claiming would recover appear to this Court that the SnLING i .L'I z' ri' t H v .. .. :v7-j jLjsstt' ,.
nit !-st'ered in the. country bUt'n1C of Cottages for rent.. J JMrs. I residence of the awe dant in the above entitled I"f the best quality und ,...-t.. ..';'1'' r". r... .'.... :. _'
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: been from Jacksonvilletiie and that the disease would not l'rcnl1.Th > cause Is not known. it ia therefore .. _'I'. t.. r :. to.inie'f 0
I S them IKIVO away Jacksonville ulhotjtits have Fannie 15.; .J ones, j| and decreed that the said defendant ordered adjudged be EQUALED FOB MARKET: '.:\. -'V- r'P.J. i'-r1, "s-. ;... r In 1 .. :"..crt., tila "."

; required ten days and no danger fromthem large I I PI-| tf and he is hereby required to answer or demur I I'ffer in a rl..' .n.1 th-1.:>?.-orio'l',, l '! ?C'../... 1';"' '.-I t :,?-. r1 '"v"I.t!-l Tp.erI, .
plants and .n'
Proprietress.Bucklen's strong large small : .r
work to the bill of the .
forces I 1..I"t
at cleaning the town complainant's '
i: apprehended. And unless up and: motion filed on --i i-wi I .;!y.--VwTfr.! ,"--::. Ji .nyir7Trt;
; is somestray lime and the flr t day of October A. [I. ]8l5.and it is fur quantities at reasonable prices. .work.loc-.. ..n.jh.. H: r-i, e-r.ih r ,'. C !S V.'i-.|, tnt...' ..lt -iWWM. I. f 'iA.II'
S case j it brought to us, which i is ban 1r 1- spreading carbolic acid over the ther ordered that a copy of this notice shall be Catllejr Cuava and Japan Media*; .r; 10!1 :iTrWS'i..VnV.:.i ''.I_ ; : .5.S
) to the strict I walks aud other places Several buildings Arnica Salve. published in the Bradford County TKLTORAPB all the finest Roses.in good. healthy plants; )....1..1.1." ..- r.: |-n .-lur.I.l .n.ll.... .:.cs.t:: |j-3/ir'! l--:;i-r&\--'utJ-iLuO r"srr > t-i r Co. ',".
: )3 possible. owing quarantine, 1 The best salve in the a in .
: wor'd for Cuts newspaper published Bradford County, Fla., forty varieties of Bwarr. Omuce trees Vwj b tu nF U .._ <
S ) : '- :we will p"88.\Jer this little exilement in H I haveliecn I burned and all the bedding and raises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt vJthenm to once the each said week for four consecutive week prior Lemon, Lime, etc. "t .---r. M '.,.i I.-%.r .4.-_. ..."".s.vJaviiyti>.' i 1.

i .r f, w d.iys and business will continue in i clothing that has been effected. They expect Fevwr S,>res. Tetter, Chapped Hands, also posted day at the antI door that of a the copy Court of said House< order o. the be Address ARNOLD PUJ3TZ ', = ---- --1;'

:, to stmp the fever out inside of Chilblains Corns. alum all Skin Krnption : s*id County. Greenland Duval Co.. Florida. ':
S a
l its natural channel Starke will haven
: 'I1H11'"il'ely cures I'ilos, or no pay H.F YORK,
;: boom. this winter larger than ever be month and it is to be hoped that they may quiri'Nj. It i is gtiHrantecHi to give ra-j PEEK & .:" Cl'k Circuit C't. ;
satisfaction, or motley refunded. CuuipVs Solicitora. Bv N. D.
S S fort accomplish their aim. Wainright, Of Interest to Ladies. J
.L The railroad officials have moveil their ii l cents per b.ix. For siie by J. J... I Deputy J- Clerk.ESTKAYED. I
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taskinC0'eSUflTION-. j I awil I ML J a FREE SAMPLE of wondcrlni M SfnteWk. 1. Et-n"" >l I S Democratic Convention. headquarters to Baldwin. and no trains ipectljcforf mal ,COSMPIa&iflhitO aIQ'lad,fthu".> -_ _?. ?_________ terror C.UI._ Jfllt.i a tx.d i> tieerdIIQ. .
{ totwtjUetficncTbefor' .
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1: : The Convention Toted all lIe afternoon 'xu" :: j.y a ftEMEut L'O.. .
S Bodes
SCIlELf ( BufiUo.
of Jacksonville CCRE1)
:ire run on road .
I C. U PrEK a Justice of the Peace, in and for
: of lastThursday, and all day Fri-11 -ind the of the fever : I
: danger spreading 1ms ) TR! I'DI1'oR-'lrI': inform your reyd- Bradford County Florida, haru-r made returns
r.dltY till 5 o'clock without cumins: to al been considerably reduced. The north Ph 1:1.1: I luiye a )"isitivioniKly for tlieabovonaiiiii to the imderslgm-d that P. \\flllilia taken -'WASHER

1 '. s... b-thirI4 l vole for either candiilaio. 63 omul mail and the south l-ctind night r } tli*.'a .t. Uy its timely 'thousands. orlI"IltIt.s described up at hi-s residence cattle to-witi in pai-J One County cow marked the following IIP'NG' YOUH JOB WORK TO TIlE ;
have beeii taken off line | ca, . r express( tins ur.-I square and under-bit in one ear and swallon--
.lil;), w (: cast a'tugether.'when )Ir. J. III further notice and our mail going I -.haUlI.j ulaJ. to send two bottles of Ill) remedy lurk and wder-bit in the other branded C. J. ,i _
_of Past. No. ?; made! Fit E1-: t-' :III\ of our ad..rsho have consiiiiiiitoi Color, read and white BRADFORD .. : 5 S Wowtfl
:A IL &-f3tnner. u rn LI-I j north closes at 8:30: P. M.. and leaves <>n ; aboct9joarao.i. COUNTY TELLVJIiAPHCONSjfeJMPTrVE IaPatee the "LOVELL"WtSIE! b40 .f;
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: tJl"Y'ilI M-iKline their express I me black heiflYr. one year old. No mark and do U
4 or eu1er cd In lette Cmo Cl
4 I lion to nominale both men for tho : the 3:30 train in the morning. Jacksonville : ajul po"t oDici' address. Respectfully, I: brand. : ID 'C.. aftlZlted 1he'Carll. ell If :7'It tfont 2 '."

L : I : lily by' acclama'tion. which \ns AEsen'S. has had) but 21 cases and 4 deaths so T A. OGU.M. t.l'.I 1'carl St.,New York. I One bull calf. six months old. 'No mark or ARE we"lntwMl6:
brand. Color U-.cS and white.
S agreed to by the (Contention and J. I' far htul there even seems to be a dispute Notice i i. hereby j roo, that unless the owner YOUVMPARWR1 k ACENT8 W ANTED
\ :, Ih-iwi-cn! their physicians whether it is lI"l'ill' tlfp) tld" very much on the or on uers o" the above described atUe.cornea CINCER TONIOubouc d la,. : dJ J'BOoJ' mo".1.
: .j ):. Richard and J. L. Gaskins were unanimously really yellow fever or not. All mails from j ',condition i 111ft livrr and the kfdnflvsj I I forward and makes proof o ownership -AY; A.l'IIftd rare diciiuU toresjsofcuhw coiupour'.tar CUret,,wh..aJle..fl. S ,ZIIODC IW aze trOu !T5 :1..0 .

p. .- ( declared nominated for a the Asscm'l: there is fumigated and all mail ]leaving 'The h III I b... nr hit' m ke but little impression; J,charges within the time .prescribed by law that Ind1geion. IJJward hhUl t. .Lung.In.-alu.L.APhi! Iji iis, : SSSS.Sg CcJ S' SJffig'fea '"
Lthev will advenised
the slate l is'now fumigated. This makesilxiiit 'on tho' whose lli.tion is d. Yon and sold as in.Kuchrase-. > Ithyim jwu, Female Weaknm, and all pains and .:. S -S I3 .

\ bly. Several names were l ; g made and |>rovi.1 d by stntute.ss. Ldtr5 oC the Stomach and ik>weiaMe..-ai Drutr 1 : < ffiS: .
II 10 hour? IIclaAl1: the Mntu "f 'can reunite your liver and kidnev* [ .] i Witnt-s my hand and seal of office ati K STO iifc'ffi&
A the &rat4. but all were withdrawn ex? I Georgia is qunranlaincd against the stile with Dr. .1./ II. Mcl.ean'x Liver nti'lKiduoys ,. Starke. Florida August. IWi KVMJCl'k HINDERCORNS. I t.Pr1ca. We fIn1fe t1a I = s i
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__ ::: ._....__4. :-. ..-....- UoUn). Julius makes a g.xxl chairman 'I dreil. persons nre camping,,.! at Delnyan: I- io.l-M'begins'8J&cItOIf-\.1 8-811. ,
= : lake they conit4otd the various cities I ' Fla. Aug.. 17, 1888. ana kerps good girder.Uev.MtBeeves >I ; I : -3rdl888. .
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"is.* folding, J u..serk-s. .of. August: the colored people cclebrnted I'y 4FACULTV. ; : ---- IN-
ANNOUNCEliENTS. netting ni. the Baptist church..: Emancipation Uy Mt.the.. !' lake. :Thereabout ,.F:: )VESP'YPta:: .)., tl: (

>For CJCk' of CircnlfCiinrt.jinnounce Tin' machinery; forthe new Slw'ml11is : wore ';::5 .or 80 Attendance t 11...,. ami ties of,Pmfesaor Lripnc,and of:Stragsburg.Ancient &! I GENERAL MERCHANDISE..

l'; mysflf: a candidate quarantined... : in Jacksonville.T :. came from'CcicHgo; ')Milwaukee* aad <>UV .LnhlUngc.8., -,. S : stock .

C\erk. \ of.the Circuit CourtIr cr (mints. The great grain harvest..of the BKNJ. 8.8IMMONDS;"JR. .
r't \ [ : W. SwUftl and family are speudinjr:: a College.) Profcsfsor Mai I jja.. '
respect fulfyliil North West is about over, at 'least/as far '
Bradford.County ew ilavs \Vorlhington Springs. Sole..ct'S. .. : I FLA.
tb'e, sufEnige of my fellow-citizens ns small l grain concerned.; 'it wa, never MrtS.N., A. WESfeY ,

: ,CIlsu1r g elect inn. ,,. The1 infant! I child of 31 r. D. J. Bilcor letter' aud the, hay crop 'is Immense.' I Primary \T>pi riinen4r: .-* / I

| the Very Respect fullyv. cJ ked! on.'..last Wednesday und 'V8S"hurled hope U.Will affect'the price'in Florida.' I MISS MAY DAWSON S ;; We "kerpCfuiNt.iuIy iu> h.ind: n r..lllint- ; .

..: I H. F. YORK r'at'Ionia.. see byyoir:.paper'that' crabgrass i is' being Music.,;*-.+, '. .

,.. -.-- :} Quite, number of our- citizens- nnd gatbef J. This is as it should be. Perhaps -3 irnMEs.1st.PRIMRY : G I Caned: {.noels.. ('muli lies Tolnu-o,* 5
'nntlclUe myself a candidate
I.tierrby office of Clerk of the CourJ' ofdfordo their families .are spending their time in it won't cost quite as much to keepa Third Reader. Arithmetic; v D8PT: : ;; C'lgarsunil aH 'giMiiU n-mlly fill uinl, in- ..&
rbc hone next season as it did last. :
nd respectfully solicitsuuT Re ooUn1r). Fractioi8.Firs; Lessons Ai Geit

ounty.t Politics is the 'great topic about which 2nd-INTERMEDIATE :I. iir-st ..!.ISH Htou. ,>T
fellow-citizens at the- rHery
e e
suing election. Very Respect f nil!} .. man in the right place. He ist_ faithful off-at least there are some that hope Composition. Advanced'- (, ('ali Si. In .f.'hi.Iiikk buildinr.O. "

W.T! WEEK : nod flessnrker. BUB-COLLEGIATE ; J -4
U will. But some find time to talk brought Advanced -- -

For Sher1ffI '. : 'Our. Tnails and express. matter have )\\ Florida, and I hope it will not be WordAnalysi9.| Phj'sica:" _. ----- ] ". KEHNK

>unre myself. candidate, all talkas some. 1 think, will 'find their or German. Eng! Literature'
hereby I ann me't'ry irregular this week. It IS hoped. Millinery Fancy Dress Goods
of Bradford coun- thcffe.ttie Cc'mlOlIition.' i ,
T the office of hat: the,worst is,now, over. way coming autumn. COLLEGIATE DEFT ,
1 \
I. nnd. rent-erf"11' solicit the suffrage of The CRtVfees: in the weather are great ed into two courses either of I NOTIONS. KIDGLOYKS.: PARASOLS.Silk ,

y chow] cflizens at the ensuing election. _H J., rt.fl1plcIi. not afraid of Yelh w and at tifl&tXjT} sudden. A few days he pursued at option of (: I Umbrellas.. Ziphyrand all timls

Very Respectfully, :lack and is anxious to get his little city since the mercury went: down from. 88 to a. CLASSICAL COURSE: .: AND of material fur -S

j IIERTV.. EPPERSON.the filled with Jacksonville guests. 66 ir. five miuutes. Tins. was in Chicago, lieu Algebra I Rhetoric. Elocution ) PUlC1l''k.q.. 5 5
but the cuftfges areas great in the conn rruiHpt lUtt*utiun to()1-4Pr*
Milicitations d many friends. I Jacksoflvi11e'aI misfortune blow b. BUSINESS COURSE: \: READY FOR
lt a to Wcr.-t l'.av; St.. CVr 1niurn. .
nnrounc" mys-lf as a candidate the Slate. Theie is not a village but try,though not always as sudden. gebra. Geometry. Logarithms JAl'KSOXX'IUJi: F1.\
IV- have made a trip to the Palmyra nometry Ca'culus, German -
i1r.iiwt4.f Sheriff of Bradford couu-i will suffer to certain
: a extent. keeping Rhetoric, Elocution,
: and Milwaukee. 1 came"from .. USE.
)Springs :
t/lhe coming j election, and ,itspeclsoUcif tion.

the suffrage of nijr fellow- Gredey's bank in Jacksonville su Predonia, N. Y., in 1851 to Milwaukee, TERMS PER MONTH:

;i1r udcc1"pnVIr.eut for sixty days. Tlicy then 'town 20,000, now a city .of over Primary Department. $2 '*

[tizens. W. W. TCMBUN. paid out us high! ; as $8,0001da. /for several 200,000'10Iu Jit :nts. {K6.railroad in the diate Department $2.50. \ #!
Department. |3. CO. Con )
&Ly3. slate except from Milwaukee to Waukesha .
ment. $4.00 Music, 10 lessons
Tax Collector;,
For 20 miles. Now there railroads
'candidate :Now is the time to register as the regisnttion ;- are $3.50. Rail
hereby ,announce myself office is at the Court House in every part of the state. Then the only During the period the school
Tax Col- everyMonday
office of
election to the! : from the
F IC road- out of Chicago was west 200 miles county,
and Tuesday and Wedes"ay of mouth will be deducted
Bradford county. respect- ;
cton>f and no roads to it from the east. What
of) fcllowlz"n9' each week. of each department. Other i
fly solicit the. support my
in 37 then had
changes years Chicago not made. 'jr: discount granted

The Hoyt property is muc-li improvedby 30,000 of population; now if you include the case of a patron sending .

Respectfully. the liberal use of the nxe this'week. the suburban villages. such as Evanston. four of his own children. COMBINED WITH GREAT
M. M. HALE. v sent at end of each month, and I
_- The yellow fever scare has. been a god- Englenood and the others there woula ed to he settled promptly. Refracting Power. S

Tor Tax Assessor. send 10 this tow'n so far. be 1.000.000. But no pen can describe! ing school after the !school TRANSPARENT. 5
|hereby! :I IIOllnCU myself! liS a cRndi- this city :as i it Is now: it is the most perfect mcnced, or leaving it before i ,
Ambler and Taliaferro have $ ped AND COLORr.FJM AS MUHT ITSEIF7
election to the office af Tax As- Babel to be found on the continent ended will be charged in
Itc for &.
shipping logs to Jacksonville ti&e'j'ClIl110L month. Di. F. \ And for softness endurance to lire eye
BfAdford count)', at the ensuingtti'ofl.nil : Next week we expect to go to Lee county .
lie the
rannnt enabling wearer
be received there
any ipore.: ,)ilt l!!
{ respectfully! solicit the Mip"Respectfully. Illinois, to visit friends. The time i1> to r.'d for hours without futlgue. In -
will throw 150 ol'e1nP4'i Mr. F. W. Simmons of
fact, they arePerfect -
It of m.cl1oWClhzcns.. '- passing, autumn will soon lIe here, and times. -
111. thc county. sold to Mr. S. F. Gardiner
t. : v Preservers :
then we shall be off for the Land of Flow- Sight *

.T. E. WAISUIGHT.Illivreby We were shown last SaturdaY, by Mist ,ers. grove and 54-acre farm. Testimonials from the)Ksadin phTiuclans tn the $
-- south o! Starke. United State, govenoris senators, legislators
-announce myself as 1Clin dl Davis from Temples, three very nice Le stockmen sea of note !a all profj>Mni and it. *(

ilc t of Tax Assessor and Conle pears, raised on their place. One They Close at 7. Personal different branches of trade hankers ntecinolifi ,
for the office etc..can be given who havehml their.si htlni- .
I suffrage of my fellow-citizens weighed 16 ounces one 14, and the othei \yo. the undersigned. Merchants of Mr. N. H. Frohliceatein I proved by therr us*.

']icittl.C 12 ounces. How is that for pear Stark, respectfully ask our patrons to Ala., writes: "I take great ; All Eyes Fitted
1tic next election.. Dr. .
before 7 P. M.. each recommending [
purchase day excepting .
.. .Yct y Respect fully, Professor Wespy. to give a free ery for Consumption, having I II And the Fit Guaranteed by
proposes Saturday/, as we have agreed to attack of Ii I
M. II. MA1 KEY. a severe i
lecture at the Slnrke Insiltuteneit Friday close of business tarrh. It gavetoe IIIHUIU ,
our rcsp.. places at that i 8
For County Trjcasurer.t evening. Subject: : Theory"of! Education hour. '.;.....*>. 1 1h' surely cured mA and I have Stir1ce-Florida.

nunlluncemyself us a candidate for It is hoped_th"t.aU who are: interested in Signed 1 : t, afflicted had tried slne.other remedies I also beg J to These glasses notsnppliedtopeddlais.A. .

U-ction to the office of County Trens- educaliou will be present. Handbills will Co. result. Have also used (' ,, .
Truby. SternburgA
the ensuing week. ; and Dr. King's New Life WHOIESAIE DEPOTS ATLANTAflA.\
at Le out this!
Bradford Connty. .
of Jones & : AUSTIN.TEX.
gcr which I can recommend. :
cjjn and earnestly; solicit the supix.rt IIr New for ;
Jones&Bessemit; King Discovery i
Dr.J. L.Gabkins )has on exhibition rice :
I fell w-citizonsj! t'pn: Coughs!! and Tolds!! is WSCHBERG
1 my j. W. KEI.I.UM. I from his muck farm that is six feet tall J. M. Johns hive !ltlurantee.; Trial ?

i with heads full of large i>rahis. The Dr. J. C. Clark l J. I.. Osrkins' drug store. *? I IS

3. ]n. CASON is hereby announced c, n- has about 20 acres. Messrs.\ Lewis and J. R Alvarez. "iaWomans }

[late for the office ot County Treasurer, ilcCully have"about 20 acres mure. Joseph Eckert,. "A notber wonderful t.1i c } t

I I the cartful consideration nnd tnffruire .i J. W. Andrews been and that ton by a lady in : \ : fO

fliis solicited. Mr. A. M. Biancliard and I wife and J. O. Haynes I>. Disease fastened its'
friends iscurnesily :
her and fur she
seven yearn :
Ilia Fml:' D8. laughter arrived in the city Wednesday W. N Mcscham its severest teats: but her :

on their way from St. Augustine to Ionia; Walter Wills, were undermined ami

b7 Superintendent of Public on Kingsleys Luke Mr.\ B. expects to imminent For three uioiilhs : ; ,
:: Bros.
Instruction.nnnounce Morgan <*d im. fsantly and could no* 4-: ; j-I IYEGLASStS.
mys jjf II is H ftindidate for make extensive: improvements on his Rivws & Joiner bought of us it bottle of Dr. Year.'I' ;

of Public in- Place at Ionia..Mr. J. G. Alvarez Di)co very lor Cuiisiiiiiption: !
j office of SnpiTiiitPndeiii inuoh relieved on taking lirsl\ I (
uction for tin- county of Bradford and Mi's. C. G. fechWhrtzkopf, of Knight & Young 8'* slept all niuht and with S a
J. W. has been mi'a nlmnlv,' cured. : rs PATJULYI137L S
t ensuing 'Clion. and solicit tin.1 fiUp- Terre Haute, Ind.. and family' and Mr. Hodpi.R. "' oo S
Lutx 1hi I .
:\1. 12 ,1 rs. Luther us .. .. 5
tot L, my fell"t'itizms.' ., C. G. Louis of Newark N. J., are among Alvarcl; tlamrick & C.'., -.f Shelbv. 1Ir..H.chberg : :

T. S.:A}\unll'01\ us> bucking a home. Mr. Gardiner has John Wills. fiee trial bottle at J. L. Ha The well-known Optician of 107 N. ..'

__ ________ C. W. Store. ; ',
candidate. been with Hum several days ..ud says Blankenburg, : : Fourth sir. (under Planter House) St.
- hereby announce myself a I "'. W. Moore IxmiH, haM appointed J. 1.. Gaskfns. of .
: they lire likely to purchase one of our best: I V I ... 5
[ the'office <>f Superintendent: of Public \Vilkovski, LAKE I Siarke. an) Agent for his celebrated Diamond -

LtmcUon Bradford County an-1 orange groves. KpeoUoIfti and Eyf-glasses, And
for J. J. l'indarvisT111 AND nl-o for hla 'Diamond 'N"nch .n>rebleSx -
ict: IhsMippoit of Ill)' fellow\ '-citizens III South Bradford News. Tison, CLAY CO.,.KLA. | \itaIes and Kyejrhi.HHW TheseniaasIM -

( cumin! election. Very hot weather with good; bliowcis. Edwards the greatest Invention eer raade'in
: Win. ,
i-tacles. cons'ructtonof
-. TOSEPfJ I.. HIM.. Cotton lusting cOLisidell1l1l)'. Coin is A. E. Moilt, Jit C, BECK ___. Sp the Lens a lljK person proper purchasing a S

made and a lair crop will be gathered. Peek & Frazee.Bugg t pair of these Nonchangeable .Glasset .
ITY. never l haM to change these Glasses from; -
Sweet potatoes;, uud trees
NEVS.ic peas oraugc & Wills ho eyes and every pair purchased are
are on a boom now, the result of late 1) Xcninghum. iruaran'eed.' sn that it they ever leave the
: =:-= J. "- -:= : showers & COMPANY, eves: (no matter how mated or scratched 5

. till tli. IX-IISM will furnish the
are they
TKI.IXJRAHIfrom: MOW Itill b.- time and A Grateful Acknowledgement. Florida )
soon to plant
REAL & party with a new pair of lassos free
. In. 1 for 50() cents. Montpelier. 0., Sept. 2. 1887. ,
our farmers should: bee lhr.1: they get Florida t"mrJ.tp. J. I..' Uaskins has a fall assortment

grown seed: us Jilltern'sl.'cd will not The :Swift: Specific Co.. Atlanta: Ga. : AGENTS nnd invites all who wish to satisfy .
. For the >:aiu: take 1'iI.EA1It. themselves or the great ..superiority
[ caraj GENTLEMEN wish to to the
do here. Plenty of seed be had in : proclaim
Three-months for 25 cents. may tlie> world what S. S. S. has done for Florida Southern R. ,
this community. me. in u>e. to call am' examine the name at
, |A fuie line of fertilizer constantly Hog seem to be plentiful and our farmers For the past ten )'cIiTS.1 have been afflicted \Ve have lands of every ( f.DniKK L.OASKINS.: and Optician.. .

| hand by Trilby, Sternburp: & Co. should not have to buy !tiny jiovibions wis dreadful eruptions on my face, caused If you want to buy, rent S .. Only Agent for Starke. S "
I under the treat-
*- V-- next year. by ivy poison, was
sell it will to 1
, A fcw.7twinj inaclunes will be Tobacco growing is quite a success; ment of a niimber ol physicians, but }pay you I i ..- REALETAT. '" ;

. Dd cheap by Truby, JSternbtircr. &; here, as indicated by the fine crop Mr. obtained no relief. I tried the best "bloodpurifiers" write to us. .. J:R Low. J. P.PUTT! :C.E, .. :-i

R. E. Foxuorth has just gathered, which i.In, the market, but without any Dl'C.23. &: NOTARY-. ,PVBLIC. .. ."' S

help. 1 had given up in despair, thinkingI : !
compares favorably with the best Havana.Mr. +".-' LOW and PRATT.
; hay by the car loul :*! 1.15 j,erfcndred 11. J. Lane also has a fine crop could 'hot be cured; but happening to AKEV"IE ."
at "Truby, bternbiig* & which he thinks will teat cotton. They read the Detroit Journal: I noticed S. S. I Eh..I.Toe.. I.otaiu)'. PdC1.L\kt;i".i4.VIEW... nu'z .$ (J'Y'-11.Je Gropes? :.: :. S

: S. advertised and tead Mrs. Bradley'stetimnonimtl. S1i.4mImituyah.-r-r-Itnr NIH....,
are offered &> cents per pound when well g&rtha.: loutaiiiiaj. lu uoutUl r :!i
....... ..
3 --- cured.! r > 1 thought I would try this eis.-. A 1h..or......i>.o...1'*.out...u r a.ho'....... p q1i11.c&operlii. S ..' ,.,
lIats! hats!! Hats!!! SeeTruhy.prnburi I dene.'ulrrwl' '.ui.t. HighoiIIu. ..FLOllIDA'- -""
; & Co.'s mammoth dislvs Mrs. Fortner has been quite hick but is remedy. 1 have taken eight. bottles, and -ilk nrrfert atimew hs--.town tI'. SnM.114 alll rttro&-I s f'I a( TIMBER. LANDS,,'in any ,part <::
there U not a upot on my face. It has also opat.L*... >o. r.O.D>:IM ; ; ;: ; : { the state j iid '
much improved and will ;;.omi be out ,- OF FLOUIDA.LOANS ;; [;'of':
1; ""' "'HVMr. cured me of chronic catarrh. I have never S S
-- again.
; Fort 1 Harrfll, '
health than I do the -
better 'f
(: of Rio coffee enjoyed at -
pounds good i E. A. Kennedy just! taking tho _

. one dollar, at Trubv, Sternbnrg .: rounds, telling of a fine boy at his hou'C.1 present. I feel like a new person. I can- u ", :'*f :-t*., CITY P1LOPERTY.SS" .,. .:,.1;
hr .
|Cb.',: We are pleased with our nominees, and not find words sufficient to express Ill)' of/re11o Civil Englneerliijf Surveying "

of its merits, and the gratitude and Conveyancing. ';
appreciation :
think thut with A. Crosby, J. C. Ilichard, '. "5 .:
Truby, Sternburg & Co. are offer- I feel for the glad tidings that came I '! Os,;;;; "' .
and .1. L Guskins to watch our interests, GREEN COVE SPRING FLORIDA '
in dcIttnietit. S
E genninbargins every are safe. to mt through the reading of that advertisement. .th:1I
: T Wishing you every success, No. 4 CROCKER: BLOCK. ,.Y; .
; Our neighbors just across the line in el lauds ot ; ,
i ; 5licimlars
I am Youis, truly. POST OrncK | 4 A.no her..1arl-e! invoice of drygoodselveil Putnam county have nominated Hev. Dr. i JOSIE OWEN. and Xa\'iga- < mid !Litbpgrabic Views of : L' ..

. this week at" .Trnbv, Stern- L. J. Benton Pastor the Baptist!; churcli i :; r Orf'f'n Jove Springs will <'wt sent ou ap.hivmttinmi..Uorrespcuutencep4flcItetL .{..

rg &; Co.'so at Mel rose, aud a highly educated man, i Treatise on Blood and Skin diseases : cot, and :. \ -I .;

: also a fine or-.tor and temperance lec'urer.! : mailed 1 free. : -- -- 5! .: !
[30 City Lots for sale cl1l':1p I .

: ptrally 'located. Apply to N. J. Lake Butler Items. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. 20 (::1101Bui1ding Lots, :'-1

flCs Starke Fla.. Professor J. G. Purvis closed his writ- I At IONIA o.Kintrmdev! } Lake ,
,, : S .: 0111) ..
...... _ ing class at this place last Friday with A Rector ofGraee'Chureh.Dear .
[Another car of Ideal and Pres- very satisfactory results. Sir-In 1861 I broke out with an ra few niiiutes walk\ t<) Iu
attack of Poison Oak. Whether not U .
fcnt or I .' :
flour received by Trnby, Stern- The children arc enjoying a vacation, Store, School amid Church. These .
Irg & Co. this week. which time trust all came! back on me during the next three or
? during we sore eyes maunyp .
i -_ clear II four years I do not remember but from ; Lots art ISO: feet front and 300 feetdeep
will become and bright. ''
[Insure life in the old and about 1865 to 18851 suffered most severely PLEA Sz and '
4 your re- Our teacher Prof. C. J. Bryant, seems I :! :, all cleared and setto fruit
}We Mutual Life Insurance Comny I from repeated aM'icks' of this eruption.The 'v '
It be rest from his labors as .
} enjoying a trees. Thin is a bargain and will -
.*; [ of New Y O1'k. I. C. Webb i is well as his pupils. The fall term of school use of some external. remedies gave a N S 5, 1

: agent. will \ 27th. We relief-it wrfs ()liIttempomr-till 1 in 1879I only l be open) fur'a few weeks. "' .. ', -
I open Monday, Aug. rejoiceto .
UiaUldcRde THE LADIES': -
found of Potassium "
, ;'IC fin\l solid l carload (If nails I:, Know that our school piospocts are M> Syrup of Sars.psrilla benerittcd me not a U3VI31 CUT OT I S Thl'r&-filC i.u iiuinbn a)OMf, 'this ,

"Ver )* encouraging, and with our good instructor Tfyondc'! to purr!:1i5C 11 Il but '
proposition flpar
ied came t{ county \v.s we feel confident of much success. itt Ic. However even then I was not r i: oar r-t r.t at 7orr plrco SON I ft case of "",, <:""
It"rruh & Cu.
Sternburg 1885 the attacks prices. It yon cannot find -' :
cured for from 1883 to | lot
lucetity.JrU't' 3150
; only per :
. 'daysago.' We notice that the School Board has ltT ct tn 'i'retadeS to you ..

transferred $3 from the Varner School toours were more severe, prolonged and frequent I lIW_SEWING MRCNE Florida. f if taken atoiiee. Address care oft 5 ...
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than ever, comiHg upon me us many itS MWpMppBiHMMW VMi-i- ---H-V--M--MIte .'"
&fribcrsare warned to l hoOk out for I ;, which we appreciate; but the appropriation I c.uCACig -28 WHOM 1 11'I. t liiit Otiire for 1'uriliur iiiformatioiil:
four and five times during the
X mark on the margin or wrarixji ofpr is too smill. We say this I cv"n year. S1lt'l.: MI\. J TLANTA, GA -
In the 1885 I took couise of P. -'" '
pll *" It means that your sul>sciipAiid2 from the following! facts : Prof. Bryant I spring I U. D. MINER .
i hits P. P., and from that lime to the present Co.
X.pireti \* rcmitlauce is Xcttd. private school' has over 40 pupils and .paper b kept.file at
1' (June 25 181)) I have been free from erup- f ...--_-. .- S-
there A number more children. who :
:,. .
, iu AcYER .
-- lions of this poison. Only once early ? -7.'" -' -
in ,
One Mill\ be tic public term. J i n
dollarviHhiiy) a' 200-lb. Kick: : We Bradford this month a few humps appeared on my lands. ,. 4I .
I congratulate countupon I '-'- oJ'..
Liveo1i] salt at Trubv: teni-. ;i the nominations of Sena'or and Roprc-s I wrists, but dried up in a day or two. liei \ -
& '
rg ; Co. !. I i lag the dving throes. as it were Clf this Jersey.
entativea. Th: nominees are each almost Im\ :
';' : horrid and hmthsoiu s l iSt' LC.; After being 1 ,
lead a lisV l ol e pOSlllt art> life-lime Bradford county: men, friends to I ; :

: llhR2n.nd ltkt to rheulutjl.ism, IIPural ia anti i, this section long before this COUulWlS plagued for about twenty-five years fiiiffi BUILDING gjf.'ii ,
will foi a val u\lIe ro.n- j! with Poison Oak I consider myself cured, ; S
;; in DrJ. U M, Lf'an' VoLnnicOiiantl i brought into'existence, and we feel thei T.rIEWSPIfl:: : 'J:4"H1 I'utiuifn
# iltItent land the of about l bottle of STlIlATES $., "
one at
by use
; nllUatll'lI.It will I'auj.i) .pain. subdne t i l'\lunty's.intcrest We aic afraid that safe in many their of hands.t the candidates I 1 1.P.P. -. I s.aioiIvrD MIL.U & U'JIl flWaa.f.r :: l rim and S Florida. :t WATCHMAkER ,: .,:

,- I). \\ ATSO: T WIN N. t -AlID- > (
,", :lIC1Il.'t'l'iults for County ot1iCl'S11\ not "gitIhar. t I S S
.v..I frllm a I.arttllh18nft'le ( : Rector Grace Church, Wuycross. Ga.Kant SUBSCRIBE i I : ; Oak. Hickory W"ELEK 1: 5-4
What of
stCllUi.dl lIItl is the Una"inioritv an amount sympathy the .
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*4 V tuL1anjt.: l"-dal J attention then to repslrLg WStIISI1n.k3
I\"t jloi heir to' "llH' III I tle all Warts and Bunions.
aid much political aspiration as an .I wrlrr.Ac..AC. All work do. .
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l le rem iv is Ur.Ll 1 Jt. HHOAD. and at niim"i.Hf for cash.
J..t.'t't' EnOHlr'*of Elciianl -
let,. 25uei'n ,l.i Uo Liver and -Kidney holder. Success. to every good c .use in I For Biliousness takeLlrer One Dollar a I : \' ,: 24, 1888J .t Pare.1UI : '.
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.- 0 .: -Il Uiii:1--_: _-. _- -Ii- MAKING; OVER A.
for Horse*
J Coin Meal .
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p the HOME AND FLEE 4 S'ormulmltOV 4bI.wir; r fc
____ and they wo 'e both killed at the battle of I have just now; of course he's a stranger; had to cross a little bridge separating meal ha.4long been a staple cref m
was Coup
IJrmlforflCmmtji afterward; ho. lust pined away and died. ship, or to your hotel, I'll give him everysatisfactIon. just blJ turned for the purpose aloW' tnt possible in darkness a kod fcif and Is now largely
) to We kept as United Stat sign over a store. Wiffjjj-
But, ye see, he'd never sent any word home What wi you do? Thg a the a s
Published Every. Friday. whrr he was, nor told nobody out there "I scarcely know, said, a new suspl cross, and Williams, my boy,,.and Murphy myself weT a dne. purha8cd In England and Etirops It b stubby man with small _

_ _ anything' about his relations; and When he flashing across my mind, and at the hastened over: but at that moment"Sure my Conditionsithe chfls-i of th ration for wcirk.hOr- red beard and
died, the government didn't know what to con time a desire springing up which I did suddenly turned back aftyinzs the oak will live ,1.W) ,'erL part tancnttated as beiin meal, and an unctuous.
.. RTAKKE FLOUIDA. do with his property. So they puUadvertlscments not at once see my way to carry out. "I cigar has made me dry. I will just go"over nut and and ash live half long quite as fts nature, fietat1se It Scattered around him on th v2]

: in tha Irish papers, and me and scarcely know. I ha'er little money yonder and get a bottle of jinger.beer. the The beech a add more Jieittiflg lii Of ct.rLOb7drtfl which he sat and about the T
my brother ar Hped them. And then I with me, and Mr. Iurhy wishes us to As he spoke We three :tti old canes of raspberries has and Ii J
FAREWELL. had to come toflBraon, and Father Maloney, prove that we are possessed considerable bridge, leaving him on the other side, and blackberries should be removed dung than beansp SOt Ct 1ntl 'y. pieces of silk, satin and ,ij
our praste, with me; and Mr. Metcalfe touldus ntounL" the next instant the bridge was of the neW CitnOs deficient in nnic1edT' of hor o hair and packages
TilE hat won drifting, drifting, o'crthe sleeping all we were to do about getting. certificates I suppose you could easily get fifty and there was no going back for us.- Itow, winter. ,The pruning of February Coral *hen pound Into cxjtinn. The little "cfojwii
boa, I "\ thought I. I am foiled at last. This was a should be done the latter elelilelits. mamra
,. of baptism and marriage and norra pounds or so by going to your banker or by pa lag for feed |
; And the man Hint I 10\'e'Jhe dearest sat in. i a one knows what besides; and, as I tell yp telegraphing home?" dodge of his to get back to the hotel ; and I or beginning of & fine meal (the bt 4mdlt'4Yfl pitching a blue satin quilted '

theboatithme. Yj;' I had to sign me name till I was Pick of it." "By sending home, no doubt, I could; am helpless.. There was nothing for It, how- CJDY.- and moistened, becotflCs Pt1 rla.stie that looked like a cushion.
to the MOLABWS )
Tbc shadow of coining parting hung over the Then you got the money at last?" said I."Ah but it would never do to telegraph. Thinkwhat ever, but to go forward. We went OLD-FASHIONED molasscsi lug adheres into a solid maSS, h t ..fcttt'riagc
CaptainWiiam and
: great to be pure I did," he answered.with a state my wife would be in if I were ship and saw the boy on board. One quart of bet New Orleans liuitl. Whezi

:' And the wlndl JTII'H'l HWItr s it sobbed on, a wink and a (I'1'kle.ulAOk here!" suddenly to telegraph to her to sendine fifty !was soon in conversation with the of piece of butter ha the size of a'henseOI. : easily penetrated tuasticated by any by a horse Itbeoomes "Yev, I am what taildrv<

t far\n'l.f urew el. and he pulled out leathern pocke,t-book, l>pounds!" mater of the vessel, with the overseer eW. When it snap in water it 1 corn iiie1 Is and takes fonnulatoi'," he replied to '
write to her the and others; speaking a good saturated with saliva a *
and openin it, displayed a good fat bundle Well, suppose you were to : company little soda to
,. The boat went trltnl.drifting, In the lingerIng of Bank of Knvland notes. "Ye PCC. I drewa you might then explain, and she could send word a!he had promisl to do for my son. done; stir in a dishes of a plastic. adheW mass, tug visitor, in a thin, squeak
harmon- buttered the form
; few hundred just to pav my for the money by getting the bank to telegraph an! conducting himself fa a way that whiten it; pour into Into the stomach The word is indicative ot
M And the face that I loved the dearest paled expenses with the account which he hadgiven until white. and In this form goes toof
that ized perfectly cool pull
awhile, till I enjlml'l a bit, and then I to-morrow. Would do? and when enough that the rnucular rather
with the i ob'IoU! profession.
paling lAhti go back andbl much land as I "It might," I replied; and my resolution of his position and career. i two of the horse. It is My'oee
llal, bccaVe d'jc&ep")people' mav tale your was now taken. These two were no doub Meanwhile, I was in a fever ofexcitemcnt! CINNAMON JUMBLES.-Make one, movements of the stomach can is truly the latter, inasmuch ai

We strove wake ta jest]3oln: light laughter; wo stnrve to money,but they can't stale your land." in confederacy, and they must be about telegram and Mr.Murphy-and fc>0arlhad I began "three, four, or cup-cake, a little thicker only move or roll this mass abovt, but art, the art of improving,emli
1 "But I broke in the : run into their own seen of the datectives, mix equal parts of its particiciso
But the voice that I lo\cd the dearest rang guess, Alerlem trp. nothn than usual; together or loosen
:' Badl"mid the rest. "you mijrht invest your money so as to bring When Murphy rejoined\I, the matter was to ( utter all these swindler'I cinnamon and granulated sugar; drop a can not separate sufficiently porous for or modifying the masculine A
1 you a better return" explained to him, and it was arranged thut would get the better of me. But now, to, into the cinnamon as to render it the Case demands. Paddinjjsome'might .
after I had taken to his ship we mv intense I stood by Wilams'sslle large spoonful of the dough circulation and operation of the gas- '
The boat went drifting drifting, while the Arrah, thin. but don'tyou pee, replied my boy rele. well covered the term it that. '
ic i dull t-ltie* 10w"r'w n, I the shrewd Mr. Murphy, "we've been should go back to the hotel, and my letter I cau of Detective ; when all have been It is for thIs reason that D|

; And the ragged rims flf thunder" gave the I brought up on the land, and we know thebu'iiiess home should there be written. Captain yards off. Carelessly sauntering into a quick oven; should be ;holiUSrn or that coarsely ground, know that'men pad, eh? Wl
in ,
rocky head a crown: and if tried else we Williams was for accompanying us to the away while ho was conversation put
we anything done minutes. horse with soul, they have been
; fed alone to a ley your
: ; might do worse?" docks, but to my great satisfaction Mr. Murphy with some one else, I was apparently tn may be :
The boat went drifting,drifting, while t thedarkening !i Thai's a fact," laconically remarked the : did not wish togo; and being astranger interested in the examination of various CABBAGE is the best given poultry danger of colic or other diseases slnco the days of Joseph.11

., ; For the t-ky I loved the dearest the I I Captain. i and so very much in peril from rogues objects 'lying about, and by degrees whole, hung up by the stalk. At first it a fevered stomach, because in"heforni The poaker separated a tiwsti
IanOthlt' de-
went and he did not like to be left mmagetl: to walk unconcernedly Vat the kernels it can not
t prayer rose j "Thin there's another thing, on vagabonds, not bo touched, but when the fowl of cracked 'finger-nail close to the
Iientb' said In low voice: may A gah
he a
the American agreedto tecth'o. did so
unsophisticated Irishman, "that bothers alone. Accordingly, Al mass,
will be solid
L deal. what they call I' remain with him at the station my uDon't look at me and don't "peak. We'vegot begins to peck at it the rest adhere into such a plastic Then he held tbepitwa.jj
me a good Q
Oh.true, unti
hand I touch braver Thfre'l be passed
no more I will
1. strong inuy not ; a to my uncle's will, and it states that i return; so that I was free to act. game the other two, and if you will take Williams tempted t keep on until little remains. and what is not digested scrutinizing it critically MixA
\i the iod no uovornj K time and tide bring ]! codici gits' the money is to go over to was becoming exciting, and although 1 felt back to the hotel, we will have him Being suspended, it does not waste or in the droppings. But as the object of ,

uim Luck t my life }nd UK-? I America and buy a little lot of land In the that it was not without a spice of dancer, I next." become and it remain in grinding is to reduce the gram to such tape line and began mea ton
-AU the Year Sound. parish where he'lh'ed, and put up a monument could not resist the desire to carry it on to I could scarcely believe mears, ana very ,polluted be wl will. that the digesting fluid may garment, referring constaotJTTI
4 While absent from the two difficult was it to keep an impassive countenance good fine particles
to the old gintlenian. I've been trying the end. it, in
hard to get out 0' that; but sure, Mr. Met I men, I wrote, and posted a hurried as I heard this welcome intelligence. THE National Live Stock Journal .as- saturate and completely act upon small piece of paper with, th1. i

lONG SHARPERS. calfe tells! me I'll have to go. Ay, but he was note home explaining that But I took no notice of the speaker, and serts that hams have a decidedly better the shortest time, the value of grinding urements on it.
a quare fellow, that uncle o' mine-pace to another would follow, and giving mv wife sauntered on until I came up again to the is in proportion to the fineness of dm- "Tha man that I call
',, -. : .A CCRIOl'S kind of toy that, sir-It It"bOU" his seal!" I direction to what to do. Then I went American: who was still talking earnestlywith favor, and the meat retains a more this finely-ground corn

ri Yes," said I; that rather a curious back. a officer of the Berkshire Castle. color, when nothing but plain sion. And when than half creature of dissatisfaction,, H : I was standing with nrv son, a lad of four- requirement." 1 On peeing me return they naturally infer Now, Captain Williams," said I, .what salt is used in the curing. If the workof meal is mixed with a little more of about his own personality or loafc

: j teenat a toy-shopwindwInoneofthe principal Ah. sure, but that's not all, nor the red that I had no suspicion of them, and at do you say about returning? Or "hal.we go is carefully attended to, the its weight, but several times its bulk, contents him. He'is

streets of Liverpool.. lie had Just been quarest. You see, he pays in the will that once concluded that their fish was fairlvhooked. down to your hip l I should lke the salting cured with salt alone will cut hay, w above described, this fibrous esseiitiaiiy'2of !
apprenticed to a well-known firm of and I Alma before I hams, observation. If he has
t-hip- one thousand pounds is to be given away in We went back to the hotel go. separates the particles a frieaj
: ., owners, and was daily expecting to sai in charity,and the strange thing is that this one wrote the letter agreed upon, which they Well, I was thinking that we would have be ready for smoking at from six we'ek hay so completely is short and fat, while he ntn
., h the Berkshire Caste for Valparaiso. all thousand pounds is not to be h'en-lln one both read and which 1 allowed Mr. Murphy some luncheon on board when this business to two months, according to the of meal as to form a spongy porousmass
: the glort.s of unior he walkedby place but to be divided into four pars, and to post with his own hands. In answer to was settled. Suppose we go bacfc now and the hams. Saltpeter ha a tendency t that fluids will pass through freely. tall and thin, he forms the idea

c my full of hope Ind and distributed in four different quarters. An' this letter they expected that a telegram see if your telegram has come. But what hasbecome harden and redden the meat. It undoubtedly When the horse masticates the meal he he, too, would like to be stump
eagerly Interested in all he saw. Some sure, you know his Kivereuce the prastewanted would be received at my hotel on the following of that fellow Murphy, I wonder? I the hay and the whola A
masticates tailor
model in this particular window attracted he found the bridge and could hastens the curing ; also adipose. can do little for
tthips to take it all back to Ireland with morning, giving me power to draw the suppose up process This
as his attention, and we stood for a few him; but Metcalfe said no, he must only take sum of fifty pounds from a Liverpool bank, not get back to us; but 1-guess we'l find but it does so at the expense of the goes into the stomach together. but we can. Liberal but dlseA

moment looking at thn.. I was not aware i a quarter; and so I handed over two hundred which sum was to be shown to Mr. Murphyas him at the hotel." flavor. seems to be in imitation of nature, for ting padding will make hra cdrp

/' i,. anyone else was m&r us; but on turn- and fifty pounds to him,.and said: guarantee of my respectability.It Mentally I guessed that we shouldnot when the horse eats grain or ripened
I Ing away I observed a gentleman also lookIng Xow, you have for your throuble I turned out that the Berkshire Castle was but I said nothing. and we OIL THE JOINTS.-Thanks to the sew- in its natural state, he eats the and if his make-up is expertly pert

Intently at some pretty toys exhibited in in whit'l away this money?' He said he not to sail until the following morning. In walked on. Williams looked round ing-machine, there is in almost every grass seed. When man, there it will give him the, appearan a
the window. He was stout, dark-com didn't wau't nothing; however, I gave him the evening, therefore, my son came back to again and again; but I could not get household a convenient little can for distributing stalk with the considerably shorter
ing thao
I plexioned and of I somewhat foreign twenty-live pounds for his throuble,and thin the hotel. Captain Williams went on with him to talk. 1 suppose that he missed his oil. Many never fore, separates the grain fcr the purpose j.ii

,: a"pec. Except that lie wore a carefully- I bought him gold snuff-box with his name his tales of the sea, put the boy through his confederates, and not knowing what to consider that it be housekeepers used of grinding, or making a more economical his normal state. His frieBdVvii

mustache, MM face was closely engraved on the lid, and sent the old pintle- facings upon various nautical matters, explained make of it, became nervous and troubled. can upon while anything use of,,.he should again! mix it with mark how well he is looking,'Mfc
> shaven, and his iron-gray hair was closely man back to Dublin. Bec:1'le. don't yon in the most interesting way the Just &we reached the door of the hotel, two but the sewing-machine, horse not euf-
( cut 1 Judged him to I le about fifty years of I see? the business was done, and he didn't course which would be taken upon his an- detectives stepped up and touched U bothon hinges creak and keys turn with difficulty fibrous food, that the may food. he has grown so fleshy, and the i

t :4 age. lie vas dressed in black; and one want me to go to any places of amusement." ticipated voyage; told him all about the the shoulder. i in their locks. one has not for from too concentrated a deceiver will launch into$udia,

could not help noticing that his clothes were "Well," said Captain Williams: ,"you man- winds and currents, the mode of taking ohservations "You'r wanted at Dale Street," said one this little can rusty a trifle I oil in a cup, And, as we have seen, the street rau- tation of gastronomy that the b
of superior quality ana fir. There was nothIng aced well about the first two hundred and the people horn he would pee, of them.It road companies and omnibus lines have
1 : else about him, however, to attract attention fifty pounds.'hat did you do with the the peculiar character and trade of the different was like a stroke of paralysis to the with a feather, will answer the purpose. of remingling hair appliances in his artificial j

: ; no extravagance of fashion or display rest?" ports-and in short made it evident American Captain. His face became livid, Heavy articles of furniture provided with discovered the necessity fodder. Theso will shrivel up into a double bow.'

i' r of conspicuous Jewelry. l'lalnold I'll tell ye if ye'll wait a minute. I was that he WI a seaman of long experience and his eyes were glazed, his mouth drawn castors are sometimes more difficult to the grain with coarse with *.
studs adorned his shirt front, and he had staying at ihe Ca.-tle and Falcon in London, of considerable culture. down. lie was a man of powerful physique, move than if they were without them.A great practical examples are sufficient surprise.

I 1 also a plain gold watch-chain, from which for you know Mr. Metcalfe cautioned me Mr. Murphy left u about half an hour before but his arms dropped nervelessly to his of oil will often do more authority for the practice, but we "These forms are not limited aSi

i suspended a small locket. when I drew the money; says he: 'Take ,! the Captain, arranging to bo at the sides and without an effort or a word he allowed drop or two thought it important to give the reasons to the trunk of 'the subject 5''
\ : As 1 turned our eyes met; and the care you always stay at the best hotels and hotel in the morning at 10 o'clock. The himself to be led off to to the police- than a large application of strength. founded. '
I stranger, pointing to one of those toy-ser take care what company: you get into, or American bade him good.night, and subsequently office by one of the detectives. The other PODDING. One of on which the practice is calves, hips and knees all come a

., pents constructed with innumerable joint vou'll easily be robbed: especially as you took his leave of \. professedly togo stepped into my hotel, and beckoning me to QUEEN OF pint Indian corn is the great food crop for its benefit. You know that the fen
y for the amusement of children, repeated" have been about so little.' Well, I was staying I I anti sleep on board: his ship, and saving follow, showed me a pocket-book which I fine bread crumbs, a piece of butter the animals in this country, and is produced a man's trousers in less than
.. question which I have Jus>t quoted A at the Castle and Falcon; and very nice that he would come in the morning at half- had seen on the previous day in Mr. Mur size of an egg rubbed in, a teacupful of in county of every State, a
4 .. I curious kind of toy, that, sir-is it not?" gintleman, a Mr. Oscar, was staying there at past nine. phy's hands distended by bank-notes. That fine sited loaf sugar, the rind of one nearly every cases of horse-colic after they are made become "big

I $ :. I felt with no him inclination: but without Ui enter actual into com'ersaton rudeness- the Iunetime.: Perhaps you may know him; Well, Hal," said I to my son as soon as good fat bundle which had made the Irishman grated, yelks of four eggs, and a and probably more meal than from This necessitates any amount of J
I think he owned some collieries and had a they had gone, "what do you think of all appear so enviably rich, turned out to arise from feeding corn
f j impossible to avoid making some replyto pint of milk. Mix these ingredients together this ning to the tailor's and having thij
4 nice place somewhere near a place they cal this?" he a piece of newspaper neatly folded and all other foods combined; and
;+ his remark. "Very"ingenious," I said, "'Inn.'e got into conversation, how, papa? What do you mean?" inclosed in two five-pound notes on the hi a pie-dish, and bake in a quick especially occurs among farm horses, ment pressed, if the wearer desin

"and" also very simple. of told him all about this thou-and pounds; and I "Don't you see that these two fellows arefwindlerR Bank of Engraving." Seen from a distance, oven until well set, but be careful not to because farmers study the philosophyof be well dressed Although oat
I have seen some much prettier things I asked him if he couldn't relieve of and that nil have been counterfeits of
i sure me they they were splendid genuine let the pudding it will take
the same kind in Paris, though," the stranger '' get leather; foods little, or the effect of condition of the knee is In
1 I I another fourth of it, bee.I'se, ye pee I don'tfeel doing to-day is the carrying out of a little notes. short time. very part
( iA. cntnued. Then looking at" my ion, he myself to be a free man until I get this scheme for getting fifty pounds or so out of Then Mr. Brown told me the ItOr of the only a spreada of foods upon animal health. cause of this eye-sore to'mea,
in the lerlce. I money out of my hands. If I had only done us." capture of the other two while was conversing layer of apricot or strawberry-jam over They feed what is most convenient and
: > ". Ve1i," I replied, "he is just going" to that, thin I could enjoy myself and do as I The lad opened his eves and for a while with Wiiams. It seems that from the top. Whip the whites of the four without considering that any constructure of the member

: ) -. ; lea Indeed.He was apprenticed To' what yesterday.!' pleased with the rest, knowing that I had was incredulous. At last he said: "But the moment the hotel the de- eggs,with a teacupful of sifted sugar and cheapest food, be other than healthy.I principal reason of such a stab.
company done my duty. Well, the end of it was that you don't think Captain Williams a swindler teethes had never lost sight i of us,and moreover either the of the lemon good can Now look here "and'tti
juice a things.
I told him the of the' and he or ,
; name ; smal death of at least
I fn I this Mr. Oscar paid he would take two hundred ?" that they at once No. 3 have known of a
: ? proceeded: "I thought he but was AolnA to in pea.the and fifty pounds and give it away to I '. I am amid he's the worst of the two. dogging our footsteps, but taking care that teaspoonful of essence of lemon, int dozen horses which, on examination, tie man stretched one of hit M!

., American am a seaman Kervice.myt-clf I ; of the Alma the families of the colliers when there was Xow Il tel you what I am going to do. /never saw him. When Murphy turned very stiff froth and throw lightly over, proved to be caused by feeding corn straight out before him. "1
am Captain an explosion or anything of that kind. So I morning before breakfast I hal back from us at the bridge, the officers making it a rocky as possible, and piling feed and
of Hew York, now in the Stanley meal alone. Some wet others knee see the knee-cap sh
lyinA that only Mr. down the street to the Detective the of the ; you
was th'eery thing
.aid just ; go guessed purpose ruse, it higher in the center.
Dock. W ? up
s came in night Metcalfe told rm the will required that'l was and tell them all that has passed: to-day, and and accordingly, while one of them brown it it Ver dry. But when fed alone, ic is more hillock over the points. Below
After another word or two we bade himgo.morninj slightly by putting
;. j not to give His money to anybody who we shall see what follows" kept watch over Williams the other int dangerous wet than dry because the limb in Now hova
swerves ,
and turned to on our *> ,
go way; couldn't show that he had plenty of m Sney Harold was not to be convinced, however, tracked Mr. :Murphy. Concealing themselves oven a few minutes, or passing a wet meal be swallowed with very
in the may
L ; the1erl:1: Captain was going of his own. and might therefore be trusted. about theAnericanCaptain. He would ad- in an entry just as the Irishman came salamander over it. little mastication while the meal going to make a trouser It
would walk little dry
.: fame a addressed way 'Oh, )Ir. Murphy,' ses Mr. Oscar, 'I will mit that I might be right so far as the Irishman up with the third confederate, they heard smoothly here without ..catiCan't
with we went he AN excellent for meatis
U8.s pickle be masticated till the saliva
salting must saturates -
alonA about that to was but the nautical them and and
I soon satisfy you ; you can go concerell; experience laughing chuckling talking
himself to my son, n questions as .' and made follows : To one gallon of it before it be swallowed and say? Then I'll tell! yo
i I my hankcrVor stay- And he took out knowledge of Captain Williams about the haul which they expected presently a can ,
to the size and construction of the Berkshire
- ) a Castle, the number her and crew, 1 his cheek-book and just wrote a check for were, to his mind, utterly inconsistent with to take. Then No. :3 came after Wil water take one and a half pounds of the saliva assists digestion. It is there forms below and above the

I ? the complement of a ofcerl, and many two hundred :mlilfy pounds. But I saidto the idea that the man was a swindler. lams and myself. But the detectives were sal hal a pound ot brownsugar, and fore in better condition for digestion the trousers wilhfit like a got!

other details which to tbe boy him elf were him: Wel, "iI dare say that's all very About half-past eight the following morn- many torthel and had prudently secured hal ounce of saltpeter; boil these when fed dry than wet. But four of won't bag.
; good; ye lee, that's onlya ing, I walked down Dale Street the Detective them to arrest the ;
f Y L t of cure. These the most important he followed things in the piece of paper-It Isn't money.' Office and related my experience to one two swindlers! before they had gone many no more scum rises, andskim the those who had lost horses by feeding "You see the form being rtftcfe
questions up without another word he the bell of its chiefs. He smiled when I had done, their liquor as this rises until the pickle is meal alone when
4 .. some most sound anl excellent advice. Told So, rings yards on separate ways. On beingsearched they changed the system the lining of the garment makes!
the young apprentice that he would very and when the waiter comes he says to him: as though my story were just what he had at the Iolce-ofce. the combined clear; pour it into a tub to cool. Keep and fed the meal upon cut hay
Waiter, just go to the bank and get .i" been expecting. riches of the to six shillingsand he meat two before it i and prevents the cloth straining
: likely hear a great deal of bad language when days packing moistened, so that both must be eaten
check In about twenty minutes i .\h, sir, it's an old trick; hut we have in genuine money; they had: have noticed that cloth
sixpence the
at sea; but he mu>t take no notice of it, andabove cahcl' and rub it with a quantity of the ingredients had further losses may :
must into the habit of the wlier cmes back with the money; so had nothing of this kind here for some years also a quantity of the flash notes and of sovereign together, no or even
_ _V_ it.ali Ie had nolll.t been fourandtwenty usIng -- Bays ,:1. O Near, that's perfectly satisfactory : -Brown!1" A subordinate came forward at counters. The onl article of value finely powered, twelve hours before illness of their horses.In stretches at the knee cap,bntj
years'atsea, and bad always to ;' I gate: him the two hundredand his call. IIea" what this geiUlemanhas found among them was)the ring which leaving it to drain ; then pack my experience of about thirty and below it. A little dressing

t- I k get on without using bad langungc.He : managed. fifty pounds, and twcnty-rhe pounds got to say and then follow the case up." was worn by Murphy: and which was discovered closely in the barrel or tub, sprinklingeach years in feeding work horses, no ill effect the too large calf and a little A
for his throuWe, and he wrote me out re- Brown ushered me into a small side room, to be of considerable value.I .
went in this cautioned with of the
t I -' 1 on style; the : layer more powdered has arisen from feeding meal at this member itself is !
corn ing
drink other evils and sate; and within twelve months he's to send and I repeated to him what I hid told his need not prolong The an
boy against counseled mv Hory. men and
ard turn the :
.. L him to be kind and thoughtful toward me a list showing how the money has been chief. were completely taken aback by the denouement ingredient on pickle ground as fine as bur millstones can aid to the fit of the leg casement,
V L his fellow-app.rentiqeH,and not to boast over (distributed and then I shall frho him a-a Yes, sir," he paid; "I pee whatitis; but so different from wlat they had up to When the meat is used the pickle properly do it, when mixed with cut hay 'Fats' are made of a Taz1e

them assume any airs superiority if he 'quittance,' I think the'al it." you have made one great mistake. You the last moment expected. may be boiled, -kimmed, strained and or straw. I have had cases of colic,

I found himself able (o do what they could I was thinking time for a quittance should" not have" come here." "By the powers:I" exclaimed Mr. Murphy kept for another season. The pork- but it-was always traced *x> carelessness materials and worn in a Tarle

t not, but to help then, and in all respect to of another character, and so rose with How so? to his captors "we thought we hal caught a packers thus keep their pickle from year of the feeder and violation of ways. Chest and spinal articI
down to his "You should have sent note to from in
ship. Captain a us
my go
boy.to flat but I i
C be good-tempered and modest in his bearing sure never was so meself in at'
I toward them. By t'lis' time we had reached \lams rose also, and sa>ing that he was your hotel. here is a third man in this rnv life." to :year, and preserve it with great dare, not; mixijg the meal with cut hay. I made like a sleeveless jacket '

:, the hotel where my son and I were in the lad, proposed to walka business whom you have never seen yet, andit Their photographs were taken and sent knowing that it improves with age and have fed horses upon various concentrated continuous piece of materiaL. ,Jl

1 _ even now our American sfI'inA.But little way jyith us. Mr. Murphy, being is almost certain that he has watched you round the country with a description of the the simple addition of more salt, itc.- grains, ground into fine meal, is a hole for the head and the(*
thoroughly his own ma'ter, and hardly come here. If so, they will be off together.
not to be from us. He would like circumstances under which the originals had Prairie Farmer.
j to sit separated somewhere and rest a little; so knowing what to do with himself while However, go hack, and two of us will watch been arrested, and it soon transpired that .s from four years old to twenty, and they is slipped on by extending th *

he followed us into the coffee-room of the slaving in Liverpool; also tkedl he might the hotel. I these men come, don't let them they were "wanted" on account of more sue- were always in good health when thenje upwards and perpendicularly #

t: hotel, and there continued telling us some join ii". When we got Captainfell see that are suspicious, but take them ce" ful achievements of a similar kind, for Pol.evi.In of mixing fine meal with cut hay orfilPaw the
\ i w of his experiences during his life at sea, and behind, sujrircstfiithat: my son and he out with you, and as you come down the which they got their deserts. As for myself, was strictly adhered to National ting article fall over. tOflp|
o ; S I: spinning yarns whi.-h I confess were not a should .walk together. I was by no means steps of the hotel just raise your hat. Don't I had enough of annoyance and loss in con- the treatment of this case the patient Live Stock Journal muscles of the chest the.ganBii

little Interesting to myself and which my boy unwilling to assent,' assuring myself from look across the way or round about you, nection with their subsequent trial to make should be confined on a light diet, padded to extent ,desired. '
tt listened with unconcealed delight I began what I had heard of this gcnteman'i talk whatever you do. We Fhal be on the watch me remember my adventure unpleasantly; and a potion cooling medicines should -S--- any
: t before that his conversation be opposite, and if hat email of the back is also toacbafi!
to the ewhat uncourteous way yoy lt your we.shal but I had some consolation in the reflection also be given-ten or twelve ounces of Paralysis Cured
: 'i in which I had received the first advances of to the boy's advantage. As Mr. Murphy know that we have our eye on the right that I did apt lose my money, and that the Glauber salts dissolved in six bj Prayer. necessity dictates. The body iH
; ; wished to something of the principal and we will not loose sight of Leave : gills of hot
; this gentleman, for that he was a gentleman Ice you.* men who tried to dcpri\e me of it were, for article is of silk chamois. Tbe<*
S could not be questioned. streets, we did not take the nearest way to the rest to us." some time from prac water. As soon a the lqnid i sufficiently Miss JENNIE SMITH, who claims to or
We had been sitting in this way perhaps a the doeks, but sauntered down Castle Street, I returned and breakfa ted, and scarcely their art upon prevented the pubhic.-U/iam- cool it should be gently poured have been cured in pads in cold weather are"alwajiiil
I I quarter of an hour, no other persons I being Lord Street and Church Street, and. comingto had I reached the smoking-room before ticing erl's Journal.A down the throat from a smooth-necked sickness that had, answer to prayer, of next to the skin. By this arraqpM
I in the room when the door opened and in the Central Haiwa Stationthe Irishman Captain Williams made his appearance, S lasted sixteen years,
4 came, timidly and awkwardly another expressed a go Inside and see It As 'smiling and radiant. After a few words Hanging at Newgate. should champagne The tumefied parts last night related her experiences to a the effect is natural and conriite

: Itranger. We al looked up and were evidently we walked about the platform, speaking of aboutthe weather, and the peculiarities of be kept constantly wet by meansof large throng in the First Place M. E. it is almost impossible, eveab7
struck his appearance, for the many subjects, he adroitly turned the con- the Irishman whom we had encountered on bandages thoroughly saturated in a Church in Brooklyn. Miss
new-comer was not such a man as one'often versation'again, to his uncle's singular bequest the previous day, he inquired: "When do THIs morning t Newgate, t see two mixture composed of equal parts of pure Smith is an ing, to discover the art1ficialit7

4 meets with. He wore a new, ">OW, sir," paid he, could not you, expect your telegram?" poor wretches hanged; now at evening cider vinegar and cold water. This unusually hearty-looking woman, about padder's figure. Why, thee ,

I very narrow-brimmed hat, bljh.crowncd. you help me to distribute some of this money "I expect i will be here early; perhapsten in no delight with myself at having should be well in thirty-seven years old. She was afflicted limit to our possibilities. Ifl
upon the back of his head, and a blacko"ercat ? Are th-re any poor people in your- o'clock. done An awful teatment persevered with paralysis, which kept her bedrid-
]?" "Will take so. sight, and yet more a days. Should the many of our business men wear pi
'r-- also new, with woolen collar, the neighborhood you a turn in the open air, and tumor in den for many She
.It, i nearly touched the brim of his '"Will," I replied,"for that matter whereare have a cigar until it comes l I don't care for mierable'than awful. From the mo- the meantime increase in it size and improvement years.in her traces the first undergarments, not partfcnlufcr

4 hat behind. On his finger I observed a diamond there not 1)001 people?" smoking indoors on such a morning asthi;" passedfrom the gray, cold the parts develop much heat, a po'ultice physical condition the tie-d*
I ring; but, beyond this, no jcwell' was Ah, to be sure; but 1 mane couldn't you "Thank you," said I; .I would rather street within the gray, cold walls, all of bruised flaxseed should be to the time when she began to have faith effect, but because
: to be seen upon his person. fc was do sonic good with the money in the way I wait here for it; I do not waut to lose any through from first last it ratheras applied m God and to experience something of fits more comfortably.-& J5
was twice
.1 fresh and healthy-looking, and but an occasional spoke of? time. I should like to get this business set- t daily forty-eight or ninety-six: the comfort of religion. -_< ;
1 gleam of sinister light in his eye, "I have: no doubt," I answered, "that I tied and get back home; I ought to have returned if a company of dogs had come together hours, or until tumor a She was removeH Invented by Worrrw %3 j
A would have given you the impression that could make good use of some of it; but why yesterday." t hang another dog in a close fluctuating feeling. You manest O. from Bellefontaine,

: %I here was an honest, unsophisticated, and not propose .the thing to me, whose name even The truth was I suspected that Williams back yard. Something more there win .s that no procrastination should please be not to Philadelphia, where she passed Without Mheural Nlsa :tba*

-. ., I oversharp young nian. HA was apparently you don't know, when your priest or your wanted to get me a way"from the hotel in or- the reading of the burial service in in such under hospital treatment. She had become
t.I abut seven or eigat and twenty 'eari old" legal adviser could tell you so well what to der that Murphy might intercept the telegram the ears of the malefactors alive dulged a waiting patiently for converted, and had thought would never have had* **!
said that he came timidly and Awk- do?' as he could easily have done, and yet the tumor t break of its 0own accord of what God could much shawls. "$
wardly into the room. He seemed confused ".\h, pure, I've had bother enough with armed with its authority, draw the money and something more in the tolling of St. but as soon a the matter can be distncty She do to restore her. y>

and uncertain what to do, and before sitting the praste and Mr. Metcalfe: ;and as I've lived which they expected. sow, notwithstanding Sepulchre's bell; but a for the rest, no felt by pressure make an conversed with her physician about Yao, the wife of the fouri&Wlof

1 down he inquired, in rich Milesian accents: all me life in the counthry, as you may say, I my first letter home,in which I had explained -, sign or token was there of the terrors ingly with sharp knife the slant it. He seemed to be a Christian man. China, bears the honorol'b*, l
'I beg is know nobody who could do"this for me. clearly how matters stood I a upon right and he believed in
your pardon, this was or the majesty of Law nor of the asking God for
dignityof vented
of the aid
neck as the base of spinning. -v\
privateWe !-" It's thruc I don't know your name; but I'm sure that my wife would be thrown Into a the abscess. She thought she
.0 told him it was not. sure you're a very respectable gintleman, state of nervous agitation and, who knew? human life, nor of the dread responsibility The incision or cut must not be made so wonderful had received; many Harriet Hosmer firstin

: I .Sure, I thougl i might be,as I couldnH and :jou seemvery kind, and I could trust she might think that I really needed of extinguishing it. A kitten cast deep a t come in contact with the al I answers to prayer, and she the world the permanent 1fl
: him
I J find the el. you) very well." and send it, after all. I was deterrnine1that t drown in a pitcher is dispatched withas spinal or marrow. The to pray for ner. While he '
e I I "Here bell' ," replied the American. Just then Captain Williams came to our the telegram should not get into their much ceremony almost. Here is a the base of the opening of was kneeling by her bedside there a motive power. **
t i.. I Shall I ring it for >'our" r Ude, and Murphy appealed to him. "Cap hands. Again, however, Williams tried to narrow stony court enclosed in tumor should be made to her, she said, as came Miss Betsy Metcalf mad I*
) ; t'' "Ab. to be Hire, there it 1 K Thank you, tin", I'\e just been asking this gintleman if persuade me into going out. high sufficiently large to allow the pin to definitely suddenly and as
as the
stone walls, and a barrier it fencing though by electric first straw hat everm3
', C. sort; I'll be glad ,if you will." ,I. culdn't distribute soino of this money I If you like," said I, "we will have a cigar across freely escape a fast as it forms. A perfect shock, a
The waiter In and the Irishman for -me, and he : he thinks he could. the door through which the criminals freedom from She in this
t ; ,, ; cml ; ordered ays outside, in front.of the hotel, until Mr. seton should' be passed down from pain. was too country.
I a lemonade, which we left "Now, as we've met in this way, I'll not mike. Murphy comes." are brought and thereby a bright the natural opening at the happy to speak. For years before she The invention of the first S
i him to drinkwhile we our chat. lish of one and flesh of another, and I'll this of the had not been
pursued To he readily assented, trusting structure not unlike a loose box without .
: t tumor the pain. *
At length there was a pau.e, and the I make the same offer to you as I've made to doubtless to the chapter of accidents for -not unlike cabman's shelter through artificial opening borne ministers then telescope was made by
American-who tv the WIn had told us that him. Couldn't you get rid of some of this some chance of getting me away to a dis a -but mae at its base. Before inserting the made an appoint- ther- of New York. .
i I his name was Wiljiams-looking at the newcomer money for 1)?*' .tance. We had not been standing on the the sides of it only waist-high. "This it should be dipped in tincture of a prayer The umCr' ,.

__ I ,. ,, aid: "10:are a stranger in Liverpool Captain Williams seemed for a moment steps many minutes when Mr. Murpny came shed is the place of execution; the murderer cantharides.: This be' found the exquisite pert

sirt" amused at the offer;. but presently, as up, evidently disconcerted at finding us is taken within it and hanged from safest and best plan wi pas- "Atyr of Roses" was the .
I "Sure, that's Just what I am; I hiven't though to humor the Irishman rather than there. I,:a now his turn to try what he a beam under the shed roof; he and his healthy t adopt for promoting MB8crime. friends Mheural Nisa's inventive ge
: been here many hours, and I never saw with any serious meininir replied: ."Xo could do."Sur. granulation and adhesion e'cening.
I've not long come from Dublin."i doubt Mr. if executioners and the witnesses of his of the walls of the tumor. A patent mower and reapq' ,..
5 btor. Murphy, you would like me to thin, you'll be taking: your boy The fistulous 1 she
you arrive by boat this morning do PO. ometmel, for instance, when I am down to the ship presently." death standing aU upon a level, and all track is not probably long moved vented by.Elizabeth Smith,: *J

; : s : "No; I came over to Holyhead about a in a port, some of my crew are laid "Yes; we shal have to go directly." in the little space between the pitilesswalls. and the tape-seton will ver had prising woman of New Jersef 2j

week since, and we were only four hours up in the hospital, and I might provide many "Ah, thin, ye don't mind Il just wait i While waited in an outer room, gradually but it way scribed the passages in the in. &>*
: t passing; but oh, it's ill that I was! Don't I things for them, and leI'e :'handsome donation here till you come back, for I\'e got some dreadful it was see a little knot of time the efficaciously out, by which ring to the healing of the Bible refer.. Si-Lang-Chi is thought .'
t ,: wish I was back I'd never come over toward the funds of the hospital whenwe lether to write, and I can while you workmen scuffle t beforehand cure l A stimulus is she had sent the body. After nese to have discovered silk'
any more. You may depind I'd never have went by, with also be applied letters
away. CaptainVillhima are away, and thin necessary to the in_
-'S p l come at all, but it was just a little law-busi 'Mist the very thing. Captain; that'll suit be Ild ready for you. Il spades and pickaxes. and one with bag tenor of:the tumor t by -resaturatin--- --- though she had commi7.. called: "The goddess of
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ness in London I had to attend to connected me hat. Now thin, I'll just leave you two "Why not write them before we go?" on his back with lime in it; these to pre seton, in'three 6r four days It the She reached out--' VV great Pamphile was a woman OIJ

I ii : been.with our" family, and. a precious bother it's ntllmen to talk it over; and if you will I asked. I pare the grave. More terrible that, to first inserted, with a solution after i touch the bell upon her table to hand to the inventress of silken gau2e,*
I kindly show me that each"of "But don't ? made letters call
you can you you see he persisted I than all back the
$ I ; : "You did not cjire, then," said I, "for ber command a considerable sum of am not like you. gintlemen. As I touhl'you1 me, that followed. Hurriedly, dissolving ten grains of nitrate of silver but her hand was ric being known as "wOTOB

r : InK among the Ia"' 'en." fifty or a hundred l'lunds-ju moner"\carry out I've been brought up in the counthrv-, and in a shambling! furtive, silent way, the in one ounce of cold water. This latter- byaome mysterious power. A cold Stayed Chicago News."Yes .
: I shouldn't have minded it so much of the ould two that were to die were' into Seized it. and it chill 4
UWtI threluiremllt cinth'1wi, writing is no aisy work to me. take mea brought named stimulus should be applied was Powerless *.-----r-
l S t' if been for the sisnin: of my nameS you know; "f1! thin, long time, and I couldn't I'l detaining .' the court; not very terrified, it seemed week until a twice form her wish. to per. said the 9kt girl
per healthy ,
; often but I thought j'3 discharge
sure have of
; never man and w settle the t'tiinesand thin I vou." that there The
\ ., i done. This !&week I'\ written Patrick 8h:1 be happy and free." Still I insisted upon waiting for him, and -pla perhaps end ,one of them was of so sinister soon pus appears; then stop. In the open. of her prayer meeting was the OCC5j0 ate in a burst of confidence -1

:. -' Murphy oftener than my life before I II .1'rol a very early' point in our conversation he at last gave up his attempt ; ing, from the down to the complete recovery. She felt cation is now complete, but
I I put together; but Mr. ,iletcalfe-that was : I had become tirmiycoiivinccd that Mr.Itimpbv "Ah, well, never mind it don't matter look, the other and greater villain boy opening at the bottom, should artcia' night a sense of complete that M5.
I : the I U'yer, d'ye M> -he told me I couldn't I ) was a suindlcr, and by no means much. 1 can write the letthers afterwards.Let ish and marked with the criminality ofa jected three times a week and, as the prayera COfl3ecratjo not altogether happy.

,' L \ pet the money without,"so faix I had to do it : such a fool :as lie looked: that his Itnr wascoiieoitcd u go down with your son fo the ship, born fool. When all was prenared, composed of drachm a stimulus! experienced a were nttere she pa, unfortunately, have a h*
I till hand tired. one chloride renewal
my was I for the of money and perhaps when we come back the telegram zinc i of physicai so
purpose Strength.
said words
: I "Good-by, they : "Gosidby"between dissolved She nouncing their
Still wouldn't mind that I in
you If you pot somehow or other out of Captain Williams: have come." one pint of cold water. Apply from suddenly raigej
well paid'for it," said Captain Williams. and nnself wi them and their executioner: the zinc lotion her cba4r an4 hereil they know so little of polite Ii
: i ; and that lie must hate taken us I thought I might venture to leave.I : in half an hour alter walkej. ,
I .,- t? ::' Well, I'll jis tell you how it was. Yo j i for very great fools i dt11 Left aline, \' had both the men with me, and there was and then in an instant they disappeared using the cantharides tincture and Curved nearly three ycara This oc- and the sciences, you kno* j

1 I .; -, ''. let, an uncle of mine went out to America a 1 I I the American, I said: Captain! 'at no fear of the telegram's being intercepted. far beneath the shed in a pit. No more. nitrate of silver solution. The the says she bas been ago, and she is hardship fo1'
longtime since. He was hUh-t-pirited lad, do think of this tincture She stroo ever really quite a
you sioiy Is it Very stupidly I had forgotten the third Much I wish I had gone to see the of cantharides her Since.
time "
and lIe Just qwarrclod wih the family, lut'on of the 'ltIeeI t-.t tal \s vou e\er about whom the detective had warned me.& ness Burdett-Coutts's show Bar should only b applied -Xew to Cristja sociate with them. I
of work.
and went out and didn't know pretty once, and the nitrate Sun.A .
th.rt. I i I belrH" However, we all three went out together solution
: but lie was dead. But "Le bought a 1|I ." Well," he !slowly replied"! don't know. and as we descended the steps of the hotel I, flowers, and her flower brigade of girls on the third or fourth day after, and script. _-*-..-___' '
t bit of land and farmed it; and after awhile I pit does peem : queer story: but you s<-e raised my hat. I wondered whether mv instead.-St. James's Gazelle. continue found VERY Siluplo little
long "Sam. said .
I d'ye see. they found oil-wells on his 1 I these Irishmen do queer things. I have sign was observed, but for the life of me -S.-. but the zinc a lotion a should. necessary be effectiveto renelyfl said to one : .
land, and thin the government bought him j known thl0 make a'l sorts of curious wil's, darednot look. } be apple mites rid canary birds another. "Sam, does 79i
q DR. ALBEUT W. Mcni'iiv live Yankee until i. to of
once Place
out thirtr-fi thousand a daily a
i healthy
pounds. a
anti Ibis though be We walked clear1
i j-ouni as
W'I. on; smoking cigar whi master any
a the
t ftlo\tlS Murphy cloth ever give you
: b lie / getting old, and he didn't cart < j wanted to be ; I think I hi I always keeping about half-a-dozen yard in from New Hampshire, ha been appointed takes place, then every second or third cage at night. The over doe5-
; working IUnlp.. and his wHo(
: '2 ,. aricji.JU ".t Wk f.:1 Le lUll l h1 'iHJ:. 4t). hll.i fjJi:'.to !tiI\}.:1 \t bit I ioty.r ; I I'L 11; jiaL1re. Ciih- '\;) hi1" weF 1 :pain, \b;: refMsr.f-c! $ ;at !\lr t I JVTil. y. 4JctrDibIe They are small, red upon, and the cloth. rejoinder. "He gives I merit me*;t *.

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