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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 7, 1888
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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_DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF STARKE
-- BRADFORD COUNTY, AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. .


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STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1888.

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ADVERTISING HATBft.Ten .
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MORNING NOON ;
=- AND NIGHT. daintily mounted and framed. In "Stella!" I

$YICL I wj I'I I !fl. 2 in. 6 in. 12 m.liquarL. DR. JAMES I -i. course oj a few days, and criti though "So they were married and lived FULL: -OF FUN. CRUEL MODERN PENANC

CHACE, Out of the depths of the Unknown Deep, he was, :Elsley could not but acknowledge happy ever after" of after -Colored Heater "Hold on dar
course the
'I tooito $200400 Borne at the breast of the crimson Morn that felf-Flarellatlon as It U Practiced Nowadays -
2 5O 3 2Jj 4 OJ tI (/I $7X 15 00 1900tquare4. 2\.0 BURGEON DENTiST Cometh from lonely dreamless sleep "Faith they were perfect." One was usual amount of explanation and ret- Abe! You'll strain dat gun fust' thing In th. Azores.

Ilquarel. 5 OJ 7 t' 8 OJ 12 o(I :i 00 4uMuare '), \ Blossoms of Hope and We II born; Hope and Charity, the large rospection. And when Miss Wrexford you knows, tryia' to shoot dat duck so One does not encounter every day a
; kI) 10 00 12 00 IK I. 31) or 1-6 00jqumres J( Beauteous buds letters In gold, I
are they, whose birth overhung, well-twisted called
1000' 1tJa; :!O (0 %irn r.o 00 SIlO LATE OF CEDAR KEYS. Sheddeth a glory over festoons the next day to pay her bill she fur off. an' do wijapoa nebber will be remnant of bygone barbarism so startling -.
earth.
cents a line for the first and flv. c ,nta of lUies of the valley, the silver found that Stella Barringer was making I no mo' 'count. as that which it has just been mjlot

for tack subtequcnt insertion. Once at residence east of Kentucky RoaN )Vagrant and fair Is the morning air, belle and glossy green leaves exquisitely preparations to remove from the dingy -Just of agfll l U Jones' sweetheart: to unearth in the beautiful Islandof
Thrilling and
Special rato for time advertisement* upon Cloudless the skies sweet and with the kiss of Spring; tinted. The other: "For He little lodgings she had so long inhab When he Mkcd the little wit St.Michael's. Certain rumors
application at the o1Ioo.aUJCUIPTION. In divinely rare Is Our Peace," In crimson and If she loved $lm. she said pertly, vague
J. 0. HAYNES strokes of unrivaled penciling; gold ited.Those -Just 18 ty little bit.. had reached me hinting that the cruel
Glorious mediaeval letters
time! Maturity wreathed around
HATIiS.Onere Lieth far In Futurity. with myrtle and wild violets. Illuminated texts were the -Ordinarily the average man uses ceremony of flagellation accompanyIng -
'- worst investment that Clara Wrexfordever about 6,000 words, but he wants to use the festival of Nossa Senhora dos

r-...................................fl 00 E :LV axa:: : S-r: .u. "What do you think df those he made.-N. 1'. Graphic. them all at once when his Passos, on the third Sunday of the
Six months.................... .. ......... 50 9 High over earth in eternal space exultingly asked of Mr. Clymer, the .. new straw Cuaresma
U shows which (Lent still
) was at
Sifting the wind blows. practiced
through silent way
airs his!
All subscriptions must bo pall invariably In4yince. rays rector of St. Aramis', and his
No disci iraination In favor of any Office urer Jones' Brick Block. Bhineth the sun. whose mighty face timate only in- VERY NATURAL HISTORY. Tid-Bits. one of the remote northeast villages.In .
friend
_. Xurneth to ashes Summer days; when that gentleman the little "lomba"
body.Communications -It is said that Coster's village of Acha-
voice has
Days that are filled with life and light, sauntered in, as usual for his evening An Exceedingly Mew-ring K .ay on the
.
upon all mutters of local Rich In lost its color. If dinha,, about five miles from our desti-
GEO. BAISDEN perfumes of blossoms bright.Into cigar. Mr. Cat and Her Habits.I voice has color we
interest solicited from all Clymer put his
j arisof the up .
counly. eye-.
wish the nation, we were greeted with the most
the blue of the summer sky glasses-he was rather nearsightedand am going to write this article for cat next; door would have hers

SEC1CI2T:: SOCIETIES. Painter and Drifteth a little cloud; away took a good look before he my own amusement and to fill up dyed, that we might fancy her a genial courtesy by the young village
Paper Hanger In the hazy depths of answered I padre, whose welcome to the
Hollow the North a sigh : I space. My editor objects to natural nightingale during the watches of the. Anglican
Bradford Lodge No. 42. F. and and sad floats upward: "Stay 1 history anecdotes but I night-Fishkill Standard. strangers was too sincere to be
A.
in. STARKE, FLA O Hour that goeth all too soon: "Very pretty, said he. Where did feline know
Regular communications thlnl Saturday in Linger, thou joy-Inwoven Noon I you get them?" more about the cat this week than -Actor frienrf (inquiring at boardIng I doubted for an instant and I to him, as

....1 month I. W. KICKL1TEK, W. M. ALL WORK GHAIIANTBED.BUGG Lengthen the chain In the "They were a present""From any thing else, so I am preparing this house: "Ha Mr. Comedy taken his he did the honors of his curious little
J. E. WAI.VKIGHT, day a link
Secretary.itlay O item departure ?' church, I put the query which was up-
"Yes
glorious Noon I that I may lie, a young lady?" on purpose.It. yet snapped the

Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F. & WILLS Kissed Of Life's by the decline beams, o'er the frowning brink "Yes. How did you know Mr. has been hinted in wellinformedcircletJ landlady; "but that's all ho did take. permost in my thoughts. He at onco
and with'raptured admitted frankly the existence of the
eye I've his "
that the cat is got wardrobe.
a Georgia
Feast Clymer smiled."I quadruped,
Meeti every Friday night$ at Odd Fellows on the sweets of Manhood's prime, of
practice
HaIL Trunbltnt brothers cordially invite to Falling away from the scythe of Timor saw her making them." because, forsooth, it has four feet but Cracker.He publicfflagellation at Fenaes

aue 4. L. C. IIC LL. Noble Grand. Attorneys at Law, m.frjvij.rVJnr. "You saw her making them?" any such claim is four-feeted when Wt asked foe Congress water, andas d'Ajuda. speaking of it in terms of

J. C. WILLS Vice Grand. Le ad"_ _p*_- :J....t: .,"Yes. Is there any thing extraordiry remember that every yard contains the boy started to draw it he added: strong reprobation as a barbarism
7.J. box both inhuman in
FIELD ecretary. 41. itself and inconsistentwith
STARKE, FLA. in all that?" at least one cat at nights and a yardis "Is it fresh?" "Certainly; we keep
.
Will B : .. VNo but only three feet right up with th' sessions of Congress. the modern teaching of his own
preetice in an the Courts : seem to know
ID you
the Fourth *
Order of every
Independent Ked
Men. S church. But
OSCKOLA TRIEE Xo. J. J-'LOKIDA.-Councll and Fifth Judicial Circuits. :i ;; ;> c : :.. ,: /dj'." How cats originated is only knownto Just came" in tOni Washington last averred is the custom so deeply, and rooted the beliefin ho

fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at their :, 'r'r""" ;'\. ... .... r ,_ :,< .. Clymer: smoked a puff or two and the promoters of the scheme, but night. Detroit Jfrce Press. its efficacy, that even the influenceof
Wigwam, Harke. Fla. ROBERT KEITH C : en responded: they are indigenous to roofs, back "Where dii{ you get that new the
-Transient! brothers cordially invited to at : -S- ; fences and vacant lots boiled shirt?" priests is totally powerless to
"Well, I do know a great and command asked one tramp of an
tend. J. N. JONES, Eacbera.CJAS. r.. ; many peo- suppress it Sincere as this protest

e. It's of considerable attention from the community other. "I came by it in the
a honorably
part
: profession
my ,
MILLOK. Chief of Itecords. f ---i i' you assuredly was, I subsequently found its
'' to at large and small. It is be- line of prore sion." "The
Attorney at Law ,:,y i(<- S low, become acquainted with the my line of truth to be much questioned in Ponta
Sons of Temperance. S orld in general." lieved. that the earlier settlers came your profession?" "Yes, sir. The
Delgada
the
-- though almost
subject was -
Meets every Monday night In Temperance : : : ;: .;i "What did she sav?" from Kamscatka while other accounts clothes line."Merchant Traveler.
,.. as foreign to that
BalL WM. M EACH AM. W. P. STARKE FLA. : ,' ," assert that Catalonia metropolis as
.-,"'-:"' : "': j -: ; -S. "She has said a good many things was their native "Reporter (to Assistant Editor)- to London itself.

JAS. MILLON. Scribe. .", ,;..I": ;f,,"'7'**, ::';is-:: .;. J'-S-':.. ,
Go*pel Temperance Meeting. L. B. RHODES : ? ;r. :": 5: ; "Then you have known her a longme might ask it. burying the' pr'Ofreader.He died ly made the acquaintance of two other
? Cats
J ? are omnivorous carnivorous without
cent.11
every Sunday at 2 p.m. at Temperance questioned Mr. Elsley, beginng a Assistant Editor priests, also young and educated men
;
r HalL to feel a sensation which was not gramnivorous and the rest o( the "How much do yAu want me to give?" and, after
hesitation
,I. Attorney at Law -. """ I -u.ctly jealousy or annoyance, but a ivorouses. They kill mice and rats, "One dollar." "{Veil, there are two full confirmation some of their ,colleague's obtained a

C11U1CCII DIRECTORY. commingling of both. and some people have seen Catskill dollars; bury hih one dollar's worth information with similar

I t-TAKIUUD TIME. "Every thing is in such perfect taste,' "That depends upon what you call a mountains, but this statement is as old deeper."-Life. less forcible, comment a It was, though duringan

: LAKE BUTLER, FLA aid Mrs. Wrexford.It long time," retorted the clergyman."I as the hills themselves. ... "What make* you so fond of lawyers examination of the principal churchof

I: Services at 10SO II*:|>tIt Church. is a singular fact that things are have known her for about six: Cats are of two brands, the Tom and in the- I te' days of your life?" Fenaes, dedicated to the Roys
a and 7
m. at
p.m. apt to be "in perfect taste" in months." the Tabby, and there used tabby a was asked of an lderly gentleman of
: Prayer meeting eveiy Wednesday at 6 p.m. A. L. SCOTT M.D. a bach- Magos (Magi),that the following fact
. 'W. G. PATTERSON, Pastor. elor's residence, so far as tho eyes of "Six months! And never to tell third species called the "cato'ninetails large estate: ."H' perfectly natural were communicated. The building

. Sunday School meets every Sunday mornIng LATE FROM MICHIGAN. his unmarried lady friends are con- me?" ," but this is being regularly used Isn't it," replied bo, "that a man shouldwant which forms the headquarters of the .

I at 10:10. It. N. HAMERICK, Supt. cerned; but then Mr. Elsley's house "Why should she tell you? Are you up-at the penitentiary. to know eomething about the ,-
ceremony described is.an unattached
F.K. MOIUJAN, .
r Secretary.Preftliylerlan Mini: PliysidiB aci $hrI! s was new and elegant, with marble vestibules her father confessor?" Although the cat is called a domestic persons who will iall into his property church known as Nossa Senhora

Church. floors of inlaid wood, and fur- "No," rather crustily; "but I've animal, it is not quite so useful as when he isgone-eTudge._ d'Ajuda, connected with the now extinct -

Services every Sunday: at 10:30 a.m. TERMS REASONABLE. niture patterned after the most modern spoken of you at least a dozen timesV' a horse or a cow, but a cattle furnish JERRY .VAS SOLD. Convento dos Frades, which joinsit.

K. 11. MATTICE. P stor. Office and approved styles. Mr. Clymer turned himself aroundin more muaio than either of the larger The edifice is a landmark to the
at asking"
I; Sunday School, every Sunday LC.IIULLSupt.at 10 am. Drug Store. "Yes" said Mr. Elsley, looking the depths of his Sleepy Hollow quadrupeds. And Us hearers get more 40_Old Livery Stable-Keeper Forms; the surrounding country, standing prominently -

I, complacently around his library, where chair. mew sick,100. Acquaintance of a New Idea. near the head of the Ajuda

t TATE POWELL M.D. the dark oak cases full of Turkish "I should like to know," he said, The power that an average cat has Jerry S- ked a livery stable not Point overlooking the ocean, while

. MrtliodNt. Cliurch.Senices leather and Russia bindings contrasted slowly and meditatively, "where on over the ordinary human being is re very far from ocr city. One bright f bjjMjigos, or parish church which

every Sabbath at 10:30'a.m. and After an experience of twenty years In the exquisitely with the green orlut earth have you seen her? She lives a markable. I have known men to lie .1 morning a well-4ressp.d "?-*' "* "* L3VO "pa... _.III & 111-.1,
| 7:30 p.m. Sunday School every Sunday at practice of his prcteesion, has carpet, st.io'1' called for a horse In the .
center of
no hesitancy the
the silken quiet and most secluded life and awake at night and listen to the [' '- village. Thefeat-
,I Sam. J. Chailcs Itlcbnnl Superintendent. In promising the latest und most scientific hangings and the violet and .... receives _. and carriage, to ce used .for the day;
S. ana Tabby, of the
.A' m ure
: :30 p.m. 1. WJJAULKV. Pastor. Calls TO the country promptly attended window; "T th ..r, mj,<..n *. ion .. __ seciudecT i 'fife et,said Mr. Elsley. hi nspired nocturne, and, in the wlldnessof w \ an aRf11t\.math' .R1AJ' I whose identity remains unk"nown -
Diseases of females and children bad. All :I may
want is illu-
a specialty.Ulfice now a pair of "I let horseas
can 'you ave as good a their fellow-villa
of
their enthusiasm the even to own
"But she all lacking prescribed many
the
to balls and
( at City Drug Store, or at hie reik goes
ik Christian Chnrch. deuce, East Starke. minated texts over the doorway. parties, has 'At Homes' on Thursday floral tribute to merit throw to there is in the city, sir," said Jerry; gers. They are attired for the occasion -
Acts 11:26-26:28-I:? "Oh, let me make them for ," "but are a stranger to me, and I
. Feter4:16.\ you afternoons, and drives in the park the performers their bootjacks, boots you in a white nondescript robe, the .
. Services each Lords 'Jay at 10:33: a.m. and said Clara Wrexford, artlessly. "I am and chamber I have. must have some-some--" hood of which entirely covers the
even crockery.
" clear If there's
day.
: I each Prayer I-ord'i meeting day'at6ffl each p.m.Wednesday at 6:30: p.m F. J. FIELD, EO fond of illuminating texts. I shouldbe every ticular seclusion :" that mode any of life par-, known men do this. I have seem "Security"you want, ehP" head and face while the back is bare

G.P. YOUNG Pastor. delighted to have some little mem- it's new to me" them do it. I have done it myself.It "Exactly. : for the infliction of the scourge

Sunday SchooJ each Lord's day at 1:1:10:: : a.m. ri k Milon': : Work In! P lllrU ory of my insignificant self woven in Rev. Mr. Clymer stared. has been said, and truly, that a "Very well," said the well-dressed wielded by each in his own hand. The
W. TAYLOlt those I?" "what do call
Superintendent.
: | among pretty things. May gentleman; you your flagellation never ceases during the
Ifi "Elsley, whom on earth are you cat has nine lives, and this! is one pow-
j _
"
"I couldn't think of troubling horse worth?
,
you talking about?" erful reason why insurance companiescan course of the procession through several -

:. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STARKE, FLA. said Mr. Elsley; but at the same time "About Clara Wrexford." never be got to insure the life, or "Six hundred dollars-the one I will of the straggling streets of the

9 ALL WOBK GUARANTEED. Box*! ho noticed how pretty Clara's eyes "Clara Wrexford! I don't know ives, of pussy. If you ask them to do let you have." .. village, and the hideous scene culmi-'

Oily Offlcera. were lifted in the shy, appealing man- Clara Wrexford from the Queen of so they will say it is impussyble."And "Then"suppose I 1 leave with you that nates in the little convental church,
: Mtyoi-L. Wltkov kl. amount? where mass is celebrated by one of tho
- ner."I Sheba! "to what base uses we
Aldermen-J. C. Klcbnrd, 3. M. Truby, Tate COMER L. PEEK am sure Clara would be charmed," yet" may "That will do, s.r." Fenaes priests to this horrible accompaniment -
Powell, G. P. Young S. }o'. Gardiner. said Mrs. Wrexford. "Then what made you say you did?"I yet return? A cat, when really dead "All right. Bring out the horse." The church is of the
I. I Clcik-I. C Webb. "Are you crazy, Elsley? I never said for the ninth and last time of asking, type __
L "I'll have them all the The horse and buggy were soon at the Islands, nicely e
end
Law throughout
Treasurer-F. 11. Morgan. Attorney at and Notary ready by I knew Miss Wrexford." is not only used for .bass purposes but common
.. Marshal-- D. Wall. of the week," said Clara. "Oh, I shall the stranger's eirvice, and having kept, and not without architectural
cir
for fiddles also and it must bow to -
"You said her ,
saw making-the ovtf.
>: cesor-T. W. Sweat. be so proud." you looked them he remarked to pretensions of seventeenth century
8TAKKE BRADFORD CO. FLA. "
illuminated texts. cum stances.
01
And she clapped her little dimpled Jerry: character. It was open to our Inspection -
:. "Man alive! I said I her mak- It would be violinsinuatlon to
a
saw !
County Offlcera. say "I think I'm safetenoughto take that
Abstract of Title and Real Estate Law a hands like a child. on the occasion of our visit, and
II- County Jndge-J. IUchard.nd specialty. ing them, but my her is not Miss that it did not do its duty as well in horse at six hundrtll. .-
Mr. set at rest by
Elsley sat down and meditated in L here all question was an
Cork of CiM-uit Court-H. F. York. Wrexford. It is a sweet girl who, death as in life, and if any one, familiar dollar sir and
...., Sheriff-. W. Abstracts furnished showing every Deed, the great velvet cushions of the "Every mere ; you'llsay evidence which needed not the verification -
Tax Epperson. Mortgage. Lien. Tax Sale.: Judgment, Attach easy maintains herself and an invalid aunt L. with the midnight pleadings of a favorite so when"youdraw the lines on the sides.
ASCBOtN. chair all Right
C. after his lady it received on
Walnrlght guests were
... raent and nil ni tiers of public record and gone. by illuminating these texts." tomcat, should listen to the alleged "
Tax:foi-vtori-M.;: road. -
M. Hale. | altar I found the white-
and left of the
file atrectln8'Tlt'cs of Heal Estate in Bradford He was a bachelor. That was a
:: u;t'rlclfD.ltHlt of Schools-R. T. Dowling. "Clara told me she herself made music of an amateur violinistand The wel- ress6U gentleman took confessionals
county. Florida, up to dae of abstract. foregone conclusion. But then washed walls and the two
tie Co'mtyr.eorjoijn P. Pratt, C. E. again them!" cried Elsley. not recognize the affinity between from his pocket-book a fivehundredand of
dashed and to height
a
County i o that was no reason that he should al spattered
crnm'6sloners-L
I Witkovski W.
r "Then Clara misrepresented affairs! their respective performances, that one-hundred-dollar greenback.
- n tf?. M.le. Lcase.cy. Joan S. Andrews and ways remain a bachelor. It a four or five feet from the ground with
I X. V.SmllL. HEADQUARTERS FOR was a most egregiously. I know that they r man or woman is dead to the wonderful which he passed over' to the stable- the blood of these poor self-tortured
lonely, sort of life. He
::: State Officer. FX.RE XNS'D'R..A.1.\TOm, knew within unsatisfactory himself that he had be- were made by my friend, for I sawthem coincidences of nature.-Texas""Sift- keeper, after which he jumped In and martyrs, crying aloud, indeed, thoughin
0.' both on her table, and she work- ings. drove off.
,. eovernor-E. A. Perry, Pensacola Representing; the Liverpool and London come disgusted with it long ago. He" a voice far .different to that intended -
ing at the gilding and lettering whenI At the wel Wressed gentleman
- Uent-Goveroor-M.. and Globe Company. night to the Heaven it thus seeks to
H. ,
Let
Mnbry. >sburK. had not married as a because
young man A TROPICAL TOWN.The .
I.' SeTfIry( of Mate-John L. Crawford, -I I was there yesterday morning to returned, having had a fine drive of propitiate.The .
some intangible but the
a.r.. W4Y1Vlile. none carry a little wine and jelly to the sick Quaintest, Queerest and Prettiest ol about forty miles. first of these weapons Is a

... *Atorne-Geaf'raJc.. P. Cooper. St. Augusoc L. C. HULL, offense less impassable had risen, barrier between of pride him and aunt." .. West Indian Cities.We "Ah-got back, ch? said Jerry, ,as scourge (azorrague), consisting of a .
and
;; TrcMurer-E.?. Crlll. Palatka. the who up his A curious revulsion of feeling passed I are ashore in St. Pierre, the the gentleman entered his office. short handle of dark wood with an
girl first
:1' Cottmkslonerof: 1-andi-c. L. Mitchell. Ft Contractor and Builder Old Mr. was had sweetheart. through Mr. Elsley'a mind. Clara, quaintest queerest and the prettiest "Yes, sir-and If would like for you iron ring, and. a bunch of cord terminating -
_ Barringer refused to allow 0
eao.. then, had deceived him, deliberatelyand withal among the West Indian cities; Co come out and sen if the horse is as in twelve hard twisted leather

I PucDtroller' \ General- D. Barnes. STARKE, FLA. Stella to marry a young man who opposed of intent Clara had made false all stone-built and stone-flagged, with good as it was whin I took it. We thongs. This .is bad enough sug-
Ii. i M.u-.t: C er .-,ai-David him directly in politics as wellas
- ; : Long,Cedar Keyi pretences-the 'girl he believed to be very narrow streets, wooden awnings, want these things all done straight, gestively; but the other (flagella) out-
[ of Public .
oijfr.nt.iuMt lnstruction-A Flam and furnished in social matters.
specification! on short sundry Stella
". !, Jacksonville.I'nKeji notice. Carpenter work solicited and I had declined to set herself in so faultless. And-but here Mr. iron balconies, and peaked roofs of red you know-no after-claps.!' Hfrodsit A hard ball of wax suspended -

;' ; ; promptly attended to. her will. oppositionto Clymer's voice broke in upon the dis tile pierced by gabled dormers. Mostof Jerry was pleaded with the well- by a looped string, and the size

:. Statca Offlcera. Hand-made brick: for sa'o either at the kill grandfather's agreeable thread of musing. the buildings are painted in a clear dressed gentleman's manners. He I of a small hen's egg, is set all over

B*'erl.tflrc.(.i iv- Gainesville. or delivered at the depot. "Wait, Ralph, wait, she had said, "And I thought, of course, when I: pale yellow tone, which contrasts delightfully went out; and, after due examination with horrid splinters! of glass about
.
< -/ T. with tears in. her "It will all
::: BUI\'r or-GeDeral\V.Crawiord n.Gainesville. -- eyes. saw the texts here that you had with the burning blue ribbon .pronounced the h<4-se as good as ever.: half an inch long,keen'as a needle and

Il'e. Blozham, TallaSENATORS. WI come right""No ordered them of Stella." .of tropical sky above; and no "Worthasmuct'as1 it was when I razor combined, and making one's

J J. HICKS it will not all come right" said "Is that her name?" street is 'absolutely level. Nearly allof S. took it. isn't it?" I flesh quiver to realizethe method of .

Hon.HoD.Ftlmufll ,tgco. Monticello. Ralph Elsley with all the impatienceof "Yes-Stella Barringer. They were them climb hills, descend into hol- "Certainly." ; Its use as graphically pictured by the

Waking, CaU jackBonrtjle. a youthful and intolerant lover. "It well-to-do people once, I believe, lows curve,'twist describe sudden and L "All right You may give me that gestures of my informant-Cor. London

FIrst HE.-RERENTATIVE8.: : comes to this, Stella: you have to are sadly reduced; and I must say but amazing angles. There* everywherea I six hundred, if yoplease.." Standard., .

I boy.fCOnd, .D tret-Hon.: It. H. M. Davidson. CITY BARBER choose" between your grandfather and I never saw such spirit and sweetness continuous chant of running water, They stepped Mck into the office '- S.' .

, Dlltrict-llon. Charles Doughort3. me. and courage in any woman before. pouring through tho deep gutters contrived where Jerry.passes over the two green Joe Smith's Golden Plates.A .

1 "Oh, Ralph! Stay-what are you jumping up for in between the paved thoroughfare backs. The welrdressed gentleman .

-AND- "It is just as you choose. I do not that insane fashion?" *" : ": and the absurd little sidewalks put them into his pocket-book, .but false impression'prevails in many

ortPATENTS.: urge you one way or the other." "Stella Barringer poor! Stella Bar! varying in width from one i toned his coat, ga&his hat a brush, quarters that the'Mormons pretend to

r';; Hair Dresser. "But grand papa is so old and feeble." ringter toiling for bread and I not \o three' feet. The architecture is very i and said: still possess the golden plates found by

"In other words, you prefer him to know of it!" was the only reply as old; it is seventeenth-century prob- "Good evening, sir." Joseph Smith in the Hill of Cumorah.

.. OPEN AT ALL TIMES. me. I thought you loved me, Stella."I deal I "Hold on," cried .Jerry. "You have
. Elsley felt blindly around for his ably: and it reminds one a great This is, no such thing. They

I Shop on Call st., just East .f Railroad Stella's only answer was a flood of "Tell me the address; I'll go to hatt, of that characterizing the antiquated L haven't paid me for the use of the only the testimony, of 'the three witnesses -

RHlrfH II. HOUGH tears-and Ralph Eisley left her in an once." French quarter of New Orleans. But horse. sir." -the.last of whom-David.Whit--

Will constantly keep on hand a full] ger. The next week old Simeon Bar "You! For what?" one must imagine New Orleans idealized "Paid/- ?-rt e of what horse?" men, died recently in this1' State-that

line of the following goods for sale : ringer sailed for Europe. "Don't stop to ask questions. Let by artistic conception, made intensely returned the well-dressed gentleman they saw and handled the plates, and

SOLICITOR OP Dandruff Cure to c.eanse the hair. That was the end of it. Old Bar- me go at once." tropical, and projected auda in surprise. .5 it is their testimony which has .given

sunburn Cream of tan Roses freckles for the and face smoothe to remove the ringer died-as he ought to have done "Very well. I'll go with you and ciously upon the side of a huge "Why, the horsto you've been using such strong substantiation to the statements

ri skin. A full line of Razors and Hones long ago, Elsley uncharitably reflect.f show you the way," said Clymer, re volcanic hill. All the tints, the forms, All day"a! swere
li ign Mob, constantly on hand;old razors repaired. ed. :No news came from signedly; "though I don't know exactly the vistas, would seem to have been "Bless you, my dear man," said the prophet held the plates only long ..

J. W. HICKS course she was married to some : where these illuminated texts are especially selected or designed for man with an affable smile," I have enough to transcribe their contents,

I125 F llfMl Stark,, Fla. wealthy Londoner; and Cupid folded' going to lead." aquarelle studies, just to please the been driving my own horse. I bought .. reading them as he did by means of '

Near U. S. Patent OfficsSRZNGTON. his wings and laid aside his quiver at; Stella Barringer was busy at an whim of some extravagant artist No the horse, buggy and harness of you the Urim and Thummim. After that

'\V the threshold of Ralph Els ey's heart elaborate text all gold and blue and little ruin was ever more picturesque than this morning at your own price; and the plates disappeared as mysteriously

D. c. WBITB LBGBII! "Love is over, so far as I am concerned L- curly ar&bcsques! when there camean these living streets in their perfect you have now pronounced them worthas ] as they had come Into existence and

II F t 4l _ ," said he to himself. And he imperative tapping at the! door. solidity and undilapidated quaintness much as I paid for them, and have no living prophet or follower Joseph

really thought so. "Come in," she said quietly sup The windows are frameless openings bought the/n, in turn, of me. Really: Smith now knows any thing about

tei boslnl'1S bore the Unlted States Pat at But that was all in the past. No reason posing, of course that it was the book: without glass; some have iron bars; all sir, it is a legitimate transaction- them.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
1 :-l6:. ateo:1'd! U for for have wooden shutters with don't think .so, you can consul -u- -
moderate fees. Patents Eggs Hatching now that he should not marry. It seller's man after the pile of completed heavy you -

.};,.., Dirt rt'IiJa Ct.: tl.e\'nltell Stases and all rorel'*n was the thing to do, he supposed. And: work that lay ready to be sent home. movable slats, through which 'light some legal friend: Hood; evening, sir"' Nearly.Time to Go.

+ ... C.te.f:?Ktf'C, MARKS AND LABELS reglsLi Clara Wrexford was a nice girl But BO, instead of the pockmarkedbookseller's and air can enter as through Venetian: And the well-dressed gentlemanwent 5--

r 1",1 hiarplu'orin! applications fon and advice revived as and tot ORE DOLLAR FOR 131 I IW1Ilte enough. Not like Stella., to be sure; apprentice, it was Love blinds. These are usually painted away, leaving our venerable Miss Clara (entertaining a ca.11er-

; (Bt* cheerfully furnished with- but where was there one in all the and Youth and the Past that came green or bright bluish-gray.-Lafcadio c stable-keeper sorely puzzled over this Bobby you mustn't play with MrFeatherly' ."
::, e..rU. had flatteredhimself hat. I *:
'r world who could ever take Stella'splace brightly across her vision. Beam, in Harper's Magazine. new problem. Jerry "
E .4 D4 8\ Leghorn (Knap's Strain) am tlMi not?
( iebr that he fas thoroughly Bobby-Why ,
ab .Io1e1 for Cree opIQ. most profitable variety for Florida.' Eggs ? Clara was true and gentle and "Ralph! The brush dropped from 4 posteI
t to
PatenbIIhl held in Madison, Wis., a In all sorts of equine mysteries Miss Clara-You might injure It;and
carefully packed and delivered at EipreMOffii Innocent and Clara. loved him. That her fingers making a great scarlet -At a fair
..' elsa: CI voted to most popular certainly this //&aa entirely a now beside be will want U shortly.- Y
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b ..- l'a'.e1t: furnished.for. 2i Iifl e at above price. Addrsss. should be enough. pool on the, yeq choicest corner of the goose waj I SS
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Meeting
School THE TWO BLA1NES. .
I Coup: i that T wfll be "t.ray. ,
BRADFORD given :' '
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I ST WJKJ?.BB4DPOKD cOUNTY FL'R4. : electors of Bradford ro'. Fbi ida.U _,
_, .i\'ebl\ l crtIJ7. ;(' l -Pt..lok 4.jp1810d. I. .t he persons should cal and Sl'tJre regatioflilieatPs JIC BECK IIi '.i

4 -- f ...:y bjc4pr the .metjhig, lA' 1pitetiU. ,; cei. an4 'ceo that tle.ir nurlC'S are prop- p .,
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give 8704.
of Florida. Chapter :
laws
.: Editor antf Proprietor, I PTRAFUOEA [ \\'hl to JUtricH other than GENERALMERCHANDlSt ;
jvas jupted liy a number pf ihwePfc wisb to be tran fered ..
I 'enIP\SY .
I u tti?, ;i1II EVE* CCB8 bO* ___ __ in which they are nowSupervisor r t liDO ; ,
iit. All were jn faj'orof a free school.The E ).
: : SUBSCRIPTION $1.OO A %'EAR.Aftliking CHILLS & FEVER, $
CuUojvingnotion was made by F. It.ilofgan OUKB, A3UZ ___ __ "Registration .ford* ?o. ESTATELOAN PKERS. ,
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io- ,_ ._ the trustees beempowcfd I S' : STARKE.
/CIkA4 to Act tf U..gret in tt/uJ parried; That t JOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. jj|

tlit 1'imt O j7k. Starkt, Ffi., a, titcojid / Ui use the appr )pfl tion to 1'"LA.Juh. S AGENTS FOR .
OFFICE AT GAINKSY ", '
.% cJu/J14 JI'ltttT. the best izilrrot of thy school: uivl nm n J4N P _1. 1898. Florida- Southern.. I Ij Lands We kcepcoiutanly on h nd & ron J.lf

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S '5' TJ9 _AL. TICKET,. //or three tnonjh: C.ol!.:'I IVt*. in behalf' of I in"Notice.named is settler hereby has trivtn filed uoliccf; his ".e have lands of,every tTifurription. Cancel Goods.. Ouidiex, .T. '(:""t

I For' I'rr'iiIent: the trusleji Jl'anktd fhe patrons present iilife'&AVv' imLIPPMAWPYDAF08E ention to make final prof iu support of If011 wa'Ht; to Imvr rentllease or

., CKOVEKlLEYELAKU.For woulddo his claim, and that said prof will be made Cigars and all goofs
and l assured tlicnt1iat the trustees 'JO Of usually fOU.
to .
faH.
I ; VietI'reident before Register and Receiver, at GainsviIIela. sell, it, will pay yo

I ALLEN G. THCKMAff, all in their power for lh# test interest S .' on Sept 22. 1H88. viz; Wlllmin A. rite to us. : a first class grocery Stoie. 445
: I tiC the school.. Adjourned. j 5 CALLW' THf' No rthrup of Lakeview. Via! ,. J(. E. 1)914: w S

i.. 1 r J' %TE P P7IOCU7i4 TICKET Wonderful! Chill and Fever Expeller for! theE lofS \V i &. 2- Tp6 H23 E Call I.I In Je.hns

t; TUB EVASION CLUBS.The It ctuve t.c rhls!:! nn.1 fcrer. t I F.r (J ivrrnur: Attorney-General Vrce* State glv o-e ion aw't1t, !niuio:11'.3 1 Clt'flUd htitL.h to tb his continuous residence upon. :and DRUG STORE

I :. FUAJJK p. FLEMING of Duval Attorney lo'Enforre thTe f aw. auffercr.P.P.P.. cultivation of. said land viz, I U.D.

f I! The following circular !lus been addressed J. Silcox. of lon*. Ha.. MINEijSTARKE.
: JilT Sflpn-nip:Cnuit Judges S J''jflIiitt,, of Lak,:view. I-l'i.
t to the StatesAttoriievs of the several usBlAtjElaine
1 t- 'f JEOflO ; P. HANEY. of Leon. E IuIyj I l. W Bri ham: "
I.- ic. l circuit lluu. C. M. COOJH.T.Attorney.QenerHl .
A K. MAXWELL:: of Eficambia.ft. judicial by : the moralist Elaine the tricky J. P. Hicklc. "

;: :I \JU1'ClIl.I.I... of llill l>orough : wrote this' politician with A sly J I S. C. TUCKER, Register I

.' 4 -. i As it alleged that awodulions which "I would not drise the wink Indorses this: j (trickly Ash Poke Root and PotaA.) - I
1 4 NOTICE} 'FOR
; For tv-rn-liiry flf Stilt: i 1 have incorporated under the laws of this I repeal of the whisky tax. "I! there sball re- 1 CUBES J'UULICATIOX.LAND .1
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vi : QJIN L. lIU\\'i'-OHU. ot' Wuuknlla There Is a moral side to main a larger revenue .. OFFICE GAl o.nI.LE. FL4. .
; 'T 9 Stat?, nominally as soria'; clubs f for: !lawful it. To cheapen the price than Is requisite for the J July 21, J8&4 ;

: ? Ationit-y-Gfiieral rlll: l purposes me violating t'e laws of the i i pf: s-hisky ia to Increase wanta of the governIts' i SYPHILISPrimary Notice is hereby given t hnt the follow-

yy.: n. L.VMAU. or Jefferson. State concerning. the sale of intoxicating 'porjsumptlon enor- meat we favor the en- in ilw-Daml'tl settler Il1l1i filed iioijco of his
There would be Ura repeal of Internal
: : mously. ,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic final in of
to make pnf Mipport
liquors and complaints 'have bceu made no sense in urging the re- taxes [that is. freeform Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous &uptioos. intention
\ t, ; t For OtmptrnlJcr; wrought by high whisky) rather than Ulcers and Old Sores Rheumatism and hi* claim and that said prof wil! I lie madebefore ( L. GASKJLNSV WATCHMAKEAND
:'. ; IV. D, BARNES, of Jackson. to the Governor to that effect. I ani directed license in many states if the surrender of any all) UBeases of the blood ; all those that have RfjriMer and Receiver at Gainsvillf= J. .

? I by him to call your attention to the the national government part of our protective resisted the wonderful other treatment yield of P.steadily P. P.,and the enrely gre t Fla.oiS-pt:23.; 1&&. viz: Chewier I 4 A ----

44 t For State Treasurer: matter, and to request that in addition to neutralizes the good ef- system." to Blood Purifier. power Northrup. of! Lakeview. It la., II. E. 12213 I ] DCAI.BK I; ,;J w1iriER
feet by making whisky And his organ. The ((5 R. 23 E.
FRANK J. PONS of Baker. individuals r the S. E. ttc.. 28. Tj
prosecuting Figorousjy flije within reach of 'New York Tribune JLA.
every --
the witnesses to
fopr He uaint-s' following &
violating such laws whether under colorof op* at twenty pent a adds: SCROFULAcu hU continuous residence and Drugs MCcI1CIflCLiT [tecial attf nf if>n given to repairing
For iperintendentjnf School: gallon. would destroy '''hep1stonn8bOWd ove upon anal Jewelry. &c.4r, All wcq"t
; : ALBERT J. RUSSELL, of Duval. acting as agents of any such'corporation high license at once in all declare. In unmistak-- la an ltivoul iOU of. said land, viz: 1k 1kPItysiciallS' at reafonsble prn-ef for cash
: or otherwise yen institute proceedings the stated.1 able terms. for high Swelling. cinstajr Running Sores on the Anna, n..J Silcov. Jonla. Fla. Starke, } 'I( a u-il & Iatt. -
;j Legs, or Feet for the cure of which nae P- P. P., Lakeview. Fla. .
license. John While.
:; For Commisfioner (if Agroculturc: in Q'lo trarranto, in every such cast; The contention the greatest blood medicine on earth. All the .
: !.. B. WOMBWELL, of Jackson. should take Us I diwases yield readily to the power of P. P. P,, 1)V.. HI i igliatni, Prescription*
T where you can obtain evidence that Hit stand squarely for high I giving new life and new strength.BLOOD .f. P. Hioklr. .
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t I ; .. Presidential) Eleftorc; corpoiati.ui so violating the law, to t Republican license. because press an th
t I. J. II. M'KINNE. of Jackson. have SUCh corporation abolished; and yon the Republican POISON ''I *' iiij57d !

A. Be FORB. ,.t Marion.* authorized to use the name of the AttorneyGeneral ture have made 1l'tslL-j I _l-
are
: Cured in its worst form sometimes hi cases with J 1ghiitei. : .
1ki of Uw ; : : }:
.1. I. CAMPBELL, of Wankutla. in soy such proceeding party I Erysipelas where*L A patient Wad in Eternal PAin/" : : ,: : The Strawberry:
L4 I B. II. PALMER of Columbia. in this state and because ni1 g1\"e Up by the phy!!cians. In some cases :, ._ : tor the Sontli.SFEDLING.
Any t.'nsl\ licn'hi"h amounts I" II i Is thr right: BcrofulOD Ulcers broke ont till the party was a ,' ;-'-- : ,
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w to law thing to tio. The party mass of corruption ; a bottle of.P. P. P. wq : :.: : ,-Z t i.': :' -- Most productive. Iarre.;
mutterby : -
sale of no .
For Co rt.88an3n: liquor contrary has gone too far ou 0 procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. t.5 -. ; n. :, <__'" :__:=. "" f YSiACOMBIED
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? :I, t;. GEN. ROBT BULLOCK, of Marion what pretense or Device' touch sale is attempted this question to falter -. ti-: -"-; ::' : ".":,- -'-:;" "if the best qual'lv: and

to be di Uh'CIII'hOijjq( he dealt I retreat now." :- -S. S j.5 5 .S. JXEQUALED! FOR )Lt ILK ET.
I C0UNTV DEMUVIILtTIC TCJET. r
I C with as a violation of law. Any ran Uclillu ---5.-S-S 5 I offer Mrontr plant*. in I lir tf and (small I
( t S The Indiana Republican And in an Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands : .S0. :;: : S rwifoimbhj
21 .i'l'gI.
For Senator; bJ' whjph! property! in apy quail I- Whether the Republicans would have alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures arg .: !i oj iiiantilieS nt : ant r ItleUIar i I.
Cattle t.'uavns Japan ;
S : WITHHcfracting
iitj%J !: ,. ABRAJIAM! CROSBY. lily of such liquor, whether large or small gained any special advantage by the acceptance I IS really If you wonderful.suffer from anything like SypWia Sao. S __ __ nil tile fin..t Jlo!,c., in frmxlf beolthy pl nl. ;

9 is changed from one person to another. "or of Mr. Porter ia open to ques I fats Blood Poison, Ulcers Old sores, Rheumatism if/ forty varieties of DnarSrall e trees,
f For rntnlirt-s i Lemoiix, Li m CM, etc. Pqwer/
1 Rerf| ;: tion. While the is highly I or any disease of the blood, be sure and ,
I .J. (X HWH AUD. rl'(..; a ronKirntiou( of co J partnership toan ex-governor and has I give P. P. P. a trial. ._ ... Atldrt'UXO' I PUETZ, TJIKY ARE "*
esteemed by his neighbors AS TRAN-HPA
: doI I P. P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Root. and Potassium -
: .1. L GASFIN8.C such individualbe
i individual though an monstrltl'cl his running capacity in elective )IB no secret patent medicine like the many : Grentand.DuvaCO.Florida! : Asn ror.oRr.K.s.s AS
J f : a member of such crrfporation or co l contests his enforced candidacy I on the market. Its formula ia on every bottle, : : LIGHT

I I. .pt. Fleming is expected tu speak ,intarke partnership for a valuable consideration would havti been a reflection on Gen. thus Bomenesa giving that a guarantee no other blood of its purifier purity does and whole-give. Worthington Spring Hotel. Ami for aOt ness of endurance to lltieannot

; :r $ on the 2nd pf this month, nt paid( at the time of such transfer or I bt.- Harrison's standing before the people of == : famous I Hotel tfill \Itn :,ope I- In reed be for excelled hours, without enabling thi
the commonwealth- With abuntfant HEADACHE and sensation fst1g ,
SICK a
L1 ,I '-,. ;iobn.rFli. $ is the onlv appointment for fore the samp pr to be paid( thereafter is a plausibility the prospects of tho Ro- oppression au'l dull,ness in the brad, are BILL FOR() DITORCF.s t.ii for i 11t. u-t-optioii[ F)f mus <>n fjv-t. thv arePerfect

ibis county. sale. Bishop on! Statuary Crimes; Se.lion pubhcau presidential nominee in bis I verv commoniv produced by I indiceslioii 1 s COURT FOCUTH JUDICIAL DI5TRIC: F. .J UIIt ht g.l4)o.l! Im.H.1 ".::\ol1a1iYe, in- Sight Fr
w.j ,home constituency needed bolstering : morbid ,de'oiideiiy{ irritability URAnrOBD COPSTY. FLORIDA I
t ; The fall campaign i ioe now nicely in good I 1013; Marmont. The State. 4S IncL. 21; 60 badly that it became necessary I ami over sensitiveness of the nerves may HANNAH PARKER )t BUI for luutiiuu.r! the use of thf Spring Testimonials'from the leading '
up
The Slate vs. )Mercer 32 Iowa. 405; Main r- i i" a m jrit.tlf \a sf s he traced to th< vs. } Unitt-0 State*, govenors, woaJstockmen.
.j working condition. (5<>v. Fleming? is ,in to dragoon a reluctant politician RASBCBV R. PARKER! Divorce. ultr.gs-s! for t'I'!! i 1 : i 1l'Lf'l1L1vel'
11.J. 11.
? ti vs. The State. 59 All1:84.Sothing into the headship of the state same cause. I hrnmhesof:rade. baakutc. .
this thpresirtenoe
: West Florida converting recruits and It being made to appear to Court that ,
new
.I\.l l Kidney ll.ilm :m c j hereiu is intended as si deniul.of ticket. Already Gen. Harrison has been of the IrtV- encouraging the older ones. lively cure. is Mt known. it is therefore ordered. soi1gtl the
m the rig .t of any number of individualsin :I placed at a decided disadvantage by I --- -- jt[ : alit! lec-rre that the said defendant, be t r 1'ropriet.Vfss.
overshadowing fame of Mr. Elaine. To I The if.ostdflic.-.Ui- tiulion! I c.uisifelyueDr. All HAndthe
I !> anti he is hereby required to answer or ileicur t SS Eyes
The Commissioners have levied faith in- the of -
County good to join purchase "
: compel him to play second Mde at his I .1. I II.I Mi-Li'in's Tal'le! to the hill of tlu complainant's motion filed on
: : pue mill upon the entire taxable property such liquor, and to divide. the liquor so own doors, as well before the country at i j Lmis I'.ilm; it N a sure r"lHcI.for. loss the flri-t day of October A. I). 18l'-. and it is further FItCuaiantte4

!:i. t i ._.. }In the county for quarantine purposes; purchased 1Jctfo'eelh each receiving l large could hardly be regarded otherwise j of voice, f('Uhs. and all .hroat and* IUHR pHhli-ordered hc.1 in that t1i- a Ui-Hii copy]!,r'l of Count this notice) TELEGRAPH.shall I boo TMT'F1TT IUVE1IS 1tJOINEJ'Stirt

t This will about 1.100 is but law than as a gratuitous humiliation. Undoubtedly disfcMs.es. a ui&wstiaiiwrpulaii-'hil in Bradfcnl County, Fla..
gfvp which considered his own proportion; the Tio Original VV I
n .
1 he prefers that the burden of once each week rhr four consecutive weeks prior
,\ sufficient, to cover the intire quarAutlue cannot bo evaded by any pretense or colorable i the canvass in Indiana shall rest on big i Coughs am! wiMi.iue iininvitpd, but to the s-iM! .111Y.l and th.it a copy cf laid order be C. F. Si.-.u&r-i St. Lonitgrja Prop': 'L'hiei.4it sssciot :ipiftoilto
:. _I ii 1.1 l ih I .'. with also pu.-i<*d at Jh I
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: OHM niiiclvly
got
is au'. you
/" UPJD&t transaction whereby there shoulders. If that is his desh_ ho has !r ( ; itt i'onnty. t'.o U. Cc'ar ; ..tts J. .1.K.IU
j \" to sale.U reached a wise conclusion. If he cannot few utJZ'S of l III"> J. }11. Mi-Loan's Tai H. F. YORK, 1Lzcitan.'ro; ': .Q.hirtnr. Lv:: !
disguise a WHOESIE
attempt I *
# U I f .: Frpm nil rerxirts our county has the command the electoral vote of the state Wine LIUIK Bahu. PCEK & FRAZEE. CTk Cironit C't. 5- er ) ,Er .'d by Zeili 1368.fty DEPOTS
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}is net supposed tbaL'YclU requite any Q\-cruor I -- .'t', S. i. J>.i5 for years
ex- CO')1 SolicituM. N. IX
without ( Porter in tho field Bv WainrtgbtDtpu
t most humare ouarnntine officers in IlirBUUi. t Tl"1 niiii nr.ilU'cnyii\ : jr vpsr'talion of CtrcJ i2tDIGa CT JJiz.i t'SNESS,
y ) JSCH one JJCIM'U nas oeen sent .lUCK -duties""n Q for the full performance of he certainly could not carry it with him I retlol1I1'\\ iy dearfti; t>f I limber oxpostd y Clerk. t ;rsrLx's1Ars: lktnAC lE.LOVI I

:"Ii' infected! who has come to your in j>iuav-- --"un& ill -Brooklyn Eaglo. I I to I lL ji rav: to any jfgion_ Violating the laws, and the o oIi of, : T. T. n. 1- earns,J'ai K.
purpose I i 1):'. .1. I H. M.-Lt-in's* Chilli :iid I I
I --- o Church,AJanii,Tcnn., rites "!
I and fed at the cOl1nt s expense. 1 The r-- T 5- I t 1\111 I I l'a'' I1lj-t3' l.L1 alld ti .ti'\I OFFICE AI- U' ". 1 t : S-S
g.
a _ _ the of the : ; TIjo attempt o( th.e critics ) "VILI.t.ti. think I shoulBhave been dead but S
use name Attorney-General I inquo president's : -'-- --5 I .0"6 iTiti'o *.!. .. t. t..lkowi 4. \ ir your (feaiune St. 3Hi- &
,* ,, The Woinan't Magazine for Septemberis warrant proceedings Which in your to impeach cither his motives or his nets :I There! are inniy ,u-i idt'lIl11,1, ili'a'! '(.5 nMitsl Hf-ttli-r has filed notk-h? of his iute 'tioti: to jf- _k monsLiv Medicine I haveubstitute H-
( has its solo! foundation in tha desperate :! which uXiuct .m-'ii :U.1l'I\I..e:' serious i. make ftn.il proof In supnurt of his cHlra. a nl raEGAJKU sometime:: had to
I l .. no hand this week. It is an illustrated j judgment may be justitipd bv the facts asaforesaid. st raits of the: UepnbJican party. It organ :I CQiivrnicnCd ami! ios, to the fann'r in bis- that Kerei'-er ui-l prool t ( will be i2ia>le l>ef jre }:-Utir and |WURr/5'E /I cine"Zeilin'i, butr. :tuf"foryo don't r lied "&4S. tec smat..
Mine-yule ai
Fla., srver; the
rnonjhly devoted ;to art, !jiteraiure! biography j and pr4torsj coject; big veto of thp dependent i- I work, which inny be quickly remediedby F.IaL yiz: John A. l>olui>. 01 Starke.on October Fla.. H lth E,. P'- purpose." H H1

; t home science and woman's work.]I.t -. pension bill because they hope tocontrol the use of Hr.J. 11. MeLonn's Vol I. So. I J'J, for the X J-J of S E \: Sec. 1$,T S S R sEQP.a Dr.J. R. Graves,E itor Ttn.
l the soldier vote by false e canic Oil Liniment. a W t:. S y .aftUt,M.inphis.Tt says::
Brave 0- 1
4 ; .s her T. Housh i I&the t-ditor published Atlanta represenTations 11? names tile lollnwiag witnesses to prove hlccuutjUlOUIl rccciTcd.1 f ir.-krr'c cfc v urLjvei 4Ks&

: J H 1 l y Frank E. HoUbli l & Co., Brattlebof"h0 1 Her Atlanta generosity is a brave has been and exemplified hospitable in city which ones and vented to revive itself in the dubbing prejudice all] If -Ol\ are :lJlrerin with weak or inllamed s.lland.'i{ residence: upon. and ci Itivaiion of, \ JKoicine It works l.ke, anti,,.have f h um.use i 1 want.a.iof no it.

4 ; VL One dollar a lear. JO ots a copy. aneminent Democrats "cop[(erheda They fall tosco eyes or granulated eyelids, you J. K. Melcher. uf Strife. Flt&. I better Livitr Kcuolotainly :; i 1 ccr- $
be
I degree by xtending an invitation that the cjiii quickly cured by lain! l>r. J. I I. C tlVyinan.,. no mOre of Zeiiro,' ztre
to the refugees of Jacksonville In fly oluce of tho political rcsurrectioiilst McLean's fitrenglheninK l-.ye Sal Y"'. 25 J. IvIeinschiniJt, .
Our little MW filid Women for Beptem? there for safety from the plague prevail.ing has been abolished; that the :i: cents a L-ox, e J. C, 1t4.hard, ., '

5. LIT i 1M fill} n 8 Uin'i with bright picturesAnd. i here Som0 qf ke r I purimiqlii'ter duo.s 'victory 1834 was tho beginning of a ;i Till- 'i S. C. TUCKEH. S % Jetrwta.r'zr. .
J new cycle. th At Mr. Cleveland representsun : quality .if the blood depemls Register
I IIi stnriM fwr .HIP$ yoHRg f'lIKs. tt ire JaUir.jj advantage of this pretext toquat era of'nw Issues; that tho old things I II mud() upon good ur bi i digestion and : ELtcII

r I : |ilS well PlfnfPfl pp heayy I,onk paper sud' Antinn be,".Inllt{ her. but whhllltppcr.: : I I have passed away. and with them the assimilation; to make the blcod rich I in ATTACHMENT NOTICE.STATK 1 15 .

ti ; I i. would l he I really to u publerfngc to'gnuity a fears and Animosities of the No intelligent l life and strepfrth-uivinj; constituents, OF FLoRIDI f -- The well-kaoycn Opiktbiii
.; a fli4 tp any Jjoy or girl.! I IJLolhrop [ CT'l'itfCi created perhaps by -tin? rapid I r man.believes that Mr past.Cleveland use Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening COUNTY or UHAUPORO. i COCBT."my Fourth blr. (under 1'laaletJ

I : I Company. PIl Ilu. Qne dplar] n I I 1..lric1t:8 in general prosperity Atlanta has has Cordial and Uloo-1 Pnrilioi; it will nourish To RjcnAKD CROSBY: -FOR I Louis, has. .ippointed J. L. v
an unpatriotic ambition.No .
Pi year jOct.utsnt'opy. uucie over tiem.| Of all -places! III thiMinny thought or i the propitrtius of the blood from Y.-u KI't"hereiij' iiotifirtl that H Writ of Attachmrnt CUBES WHERE AIL ELSt FA1S. Starke, as Agent for his cWrnond
S I 0 lupd Atlanta has provrtl horsc-lf the Intelligent |>ersou call read with pa- which the eleinenuj of vitality are derived has l.n'm iftsiml neain you,nnd your BertCoagh SJTUP. Tasteneood, Use Spectacles and Etug"
; A frleiul ;i'uirt succor of Jxcksonyillv; Iud' h.e ticuoo tho impotent attacks upon his i 1 per bottle. L.pn-i-'fity attached satisfy the deniaud ur John In tune. Sold b -1- also for his iJinmowd
tetter man than Dr. Title Powpll t lit Americanism and loyalty. Ho takes his Cne4\in-a, amounting to 9MX r .n
I Ihcr hJ'. wpu the eUcem ot every Fl ir- S I I Now. uiik-& j ou shall appear before J. R. I Spectacles and Eyejrlaattfta. !
take charge of the quarantine could PIt t id li)1f11 course in sympathy with the feelings and TAKE DnA of Dr. J. H. MeLean's little Richard. County Judge III and tr said Coucty psaro the rPiittst infeotio* n

r : 4 'f be found, He willing and able, lc) devotes Blrmia glIL1rh! Altbimii, has repeattdiyill aspirations of tbo people. and those who Liver. and Kidney Fillets at niaht before Starke.1\t his a fficc in &nd, at the Court House, in the Town of I believe Pi3-)'a Cure .' in Spectacles. Ky n proper i
marvel at his success betray their own ou go to bed and you will bo surprised County,at Iii( o'clock in th rot for of the
mt i'f Ijjs! lime t to the, work andreceives ( j' llircii'.cnei! to quarantine itgniiist Atlanta blindness and lack of how box'ant and vigor011 you will feel noo-.. o\\ lie f-th day of November A. 1). 1A-'H;;_ Couaiunption: saved Lens H "person pnro4I
sagacity.rooklyq judnmt-n' 1 be my life.-A. H. pair of 11)eye Xeiichemcw
if she, did close her rendererl aprainst DOWKLL.
% I not n cell!. With the help: of Mr.Vitkovt 1 Miuville rvfUiiees nOt but Atlanta gates against Jack Rt. Eagle.:. _. .'_ the next day. Only 25 cents a Via!. property m ld to pay tho (jel t. you and your Eilitor Enqnirer. Eden- never has to chango these q

: I .\ >ki. hii> a4>I ihtant, he keeps up perfect tentiou to such meaun as. and PUYlIIU renews in No -i -.5- THE "LHe of the flesh is (the blood Dated this :' day of August JOHN; A.L.D. 188S. ton, N. C., April 23, ,S87.PIS the pyes, and every pair poguaraneed ._
I Sectionalism No OASKINS.
:- i mid wdl ma itained qtiaranline.Our !he t ace of this lhre.it. her invitation tor : Republican Party. thereof;" pure blood means a healthy !8-t P1alnj'. so that H they e'K 1

mr people) to Though yellow K-I Local elections in Tennessee and Kentucky functional activity and this bears with eyes (no inajter how rusted or.thf r

;y -l r iy$ fathers propose to keep the T wr prevails COIIIC.h.|il n this' city to an alarming show a large Democratic preponderance it i the certainty of quick restoration Lenses are) they will b.

!:' i q fr work Vxtent, yet Atlatitik! Mill wide her and the Republican organsof course from sick ness ui. a<,'idellt. Dr. J. H. party with a new pair oGhml
PMK iiinviiig. In (heir last ,meetingIhey 1 doors niid ipen cry "fraud.' We do not believe in jug McLean's Strengthening Cordial and No Universal Remedy charge. J. I.. Gaskiogbisftfli'
4 1 bjds; our people Io I in
c I rc. l veil to enter handle Blood Purifier tneni awl invites all who vfek''
I: inspect every pnr.tun; of while\\ other places ; lJl'a politic 'iq any ta4e, but the Republicans fjives pure, rich blood
continually ; :tw isr themselves
I the town in n l hUll,. auil continue once It I \f their are largely responsible for it I in. and vitalizes and strengthens the whole das been discovered the of the great ur
suueriirrity but
s,.-. n health report for most of the southern body f 1.00 per bottle. a yet ; as at least *>e (xlnsses over any and alt
4..j : i, week in this in>JX'Cliln. The pn-('nlFaniturv vt-ry: IIvclI no Hlicl is alarmed ut the approach their states. They maintain four-tl ths of human diseases have their i iu use, to call anti examine the l

I f ,_. clllduitln.cnU. l lie much improved) ;I ) of every train fearing it contains I i n delegates organization only make for national no nominations convention LIFE will acquire new zest, And chf er- source in Impurfe Blqpd, a medicine J.' L. OASKIJT'Drozjtutiiwl .

i. ... it jtt the samtf limb much pxMl' work has .JIICRhfll1.villc to world refugee Hint the\tlautll.uus is H healthy I'rtlVId.L1It city. and conduct no canvass. The Democratic f l liver ll1e"js ati'l return kidneys, if to 3-011 the will iui pel your which restores that fluid from a depraved I Tho IIKST I'ougli Medi Only A iyon for StarkV. *
performance of cine
drt.ud been done the Board vote in any 'northern state would I to a healthy condition comes as I is Pisos TUBE ton
by
) of Ilenlthlagikinc Oilier ciiies of more boast have even failed I their fiinclion. ))'. J. JI. Mi-Lean's (
I __ soon disappear under such a policy. There : near being a universal .ONsUMprIO (. Children I
: i<> cpu; vi nee their own iububitHul of ihi ir Liver and Kidney I B"'lm will .stiuiulatetheui cure as any that I take it

;L : /ltljurrl' -I- 'for September i is ut iiwillhfulness and ibuid ceasu tncir.qutjl is fair'count interest In enough the charter;and a full elections vote at and the a to heat'h foul action. $1 I j-cr b'tle. can be produced. Ayer's Sarsapaiilla By all without drnfcgists.objection.26c. I LADIES '

a- t. d biitios they ciiu show scincthing S affects the blood in each stage of its
)11I lId and full) nlf 8Qut ., with both races divided I
ttuxi.; interesting mutter; : according' Worth: .
i..? .' tHi4gihc| ('Q sus;iin HU' -Mctru ulis. to their interests Knowing.Mr. formation, and \is, therefore, adapted tq M* BrJ Do Tour Oma l>ytbsff,.,
)t u Democralic In p'IitIcsand has,such result convictions Tho .. W. U. Morgan merchant, r. 'kA a greater variety of complaints than I n-y will dye everything, lSf<
same would .follow any
men MJ Roger Q. Mills. and J. G. ( Carlisle Buy the Right Wedlrlue. a completeabandonment City, Fla, was taken WWI a severe Jol-1, other known medicine. I j CURES WHERE AlUlSE ,w* where. Trice a paekac IhT>.
the
of old
M sectional BeatCough fur '
cry and uttended with a ditra-iciuia.; touau and iulI Sru. Tastes good Use I Strength Brightness, AmO1
A : if V {is contrilnitora. A The dnys of teas, dt-cuctioii!*, infusionsand feeling and to time. Sold by dna i or for FobtueM of Color.eTher
cmnplelu novel in I a campaign upon national I Issues run u in;r into (. nMiiii]>unri in its Jirstfetage.s. 8t. ao.'r
: k t cacti nuuUr. whicli is worth more than' ; such slops has pa.se II l ttpd is bl..ngrl'. i by the' Republicans.-New York : He tried many so called p"pilarcouyh ; Boils and Carbuncles I I do not crock or smut;40001051s..
'
plnce l by fluid 'extracts. The latest -
WoridW remedies J. L. Coskins.
and >
; j p. th: price asked for"the entire Magazine. United States Dispensatory. says in this Was reduced in rieNh.steadily bid difficulty grew worse.I in; which defy ordinary treatment, yield to __ _____ _
:
I t I ; For snip at Moron's Bazaar at 25 cents i 5 connection: S For the re pJ. hreathiuig and wi.s unabie to 1eeI P. Ayer's Sarsaparilla after a comparative.. -

l! ;j J 1 Copy. '.'Both decoctions; and \infusions have A Democratic president and a Democratic Finally tried Jr.; ''ing, s* New Discovery Iy brief trial. 2LOOOOOOPEO EUSI VIEW,

d I :row hrcomc" almost obseleie' nll dei rv. ? house have at last given us a law, for Coi-siHi.ption and and found iuiiuodiaierelief Mr. C. K:, Murray of Charlottesville, I -- r T.w gi,,. FrI.5140u.aid.S54ISiso
edly PO niter using about half ,
dozen asTea.Sen&i
ti, 1 t t. Aci-ordi'g t(? 1J\jor Russell's ruling pleekclmol In view of the above advanced idea RfI.1 S to'ompel the land,grant railroads con"struct l. )ttles Ibu.nd himself well Mud a bats had Va., writes that for years he was afflicted .52s'dc._w1v1 Yoneaa pa,lii .,u.elS.ah. !
riv, 11k.i.
r ", I. ( inqst bo absolutely f'ice to 'stubborn fvclsve; beg to call attention Ill .which and operate the telegraph lines no return of the disease. No other remedy with boils which caused bira 1I II" 4.4. 5. aM.FERRY&CO( % ..... A M.OTCWball.str. ;ist .M3 < "
i they bound themselves to givo i us (an show so grand ret.'onl of much suffering. These I are Omitted tot*tteSEED deUC. a1ra.lv Mti Ulffb toti '
a
{. and the liws the rk'kly Ash! joe Hoot nnd Potl cures as were succeededby bri.Iti. ei.L. 4.1tb
::' nqnty pupils. term allowed in part compensation for their lands.This Dr. I' II pcrfeet
Kings New Consumption Guaranteed carbuncles, of which he had the all DCW tOW awl rfl'
siqrn Compouarl which has severalat I '
; gained such i :>
/ r Vy llK' S-hool hari1 ean!;iit lie shot'lened< l fI(1IbrteI3.I "n.1 ts kind of work and the vigorous war to do just what iclaimed} for one time. He then &L\r __ N.uzT COP
;;t : willn.ut uudnuhh..11J' the Democratic state government of New it Trial bottle flee at J. L. began the use ot } FLORIdAii.terest
losing a pru lut"( j ortioa of tl l he> GKBATE3T BLOOD PCRFIof UaskiusJiji mg Ayer's
.I 1 York has opened in the courts against the Store. 4 Sarsaparilla, and after taking
1 ppprojinalion. inh r "'ord! a two the nge. Has cured more UheUI11IItn.. ugar trust will stand asa- pretty fafr three bottles, the carbuncles disap.peared -

_ 4.r ; t .' Ill III uu.' M.huui) cnnpcl rt-peive B nioulh t *' Syphilis. Scrofula Old Sores. Skin Did offset to the presence of a few million: Renews Her Youth. and for six years he has not had ANNUAL to J

: ,:' '&)'. Other means must lie hdopted lIt .l east-s. BlfKKl Taints etc.. in the last i'ixl aires-of Wall street affiliations in the] ;}fr Ph-jcbe Chesley, Pe'eraon, Clay even a pimple. \:*w-il .,r.J a FREE f A:J LZ
: nwnlhhm\ all the oth r Blood remedies Democratic national! committee. St. Col:, Iowa, U-lls the following! reuiarkanfe I 3.iie for'"Dill'enmllaiDfStowt
+ ; r. parry on the seined "Without re( U.2fli lie I I ou'.the market, It is no humbujf, no se-. ..Post-Dispatch. story, the truth of which is vouched for That insidious disease, Scrofula, ia '0 TS.ILspVlAcsat a, t"!"'4..' ,befer'1ItI"UIt. :

4 {nee ,.rlll. : on-t, but a preparation composed of lie I by the residents of the town: "a.n73 the fruitful cause of innumerable com- _ S Ofl S : CAKESBlanton&e zt.ca C.---

I. lliiul extracts ot Prickly Ash Poke Ito:>t. I BowlM yearLolil, have been troubled with kidn: I If'flwplainL plaints, Consumption being only one of I _______ Ilm2JNa
Tbe Fev J: Qut.Jog. Q ucin's Delight and .Sursnparilht.; witli on DI&1ae.II and lameness for many years many equally fatal. Eruptions ulcers 4 .4

t) : Vtj1e lilt J' lIuw fever has btfn nipullyu I 1 I. I use {oditle of 1'otassium added. rll\i- II Mr. Blaine's active participation in the] could not rtre.s myself without help I sore eyes, glandular swellings, weak 1I.isurThI I
campaign will, perhaps. increase the Now I i'reefitiiii .
Irish
ciaiu endorse! it as a splendid couilnr 1,1- .tL'!: p.iinan! 1 orellt-s" and wasted
< the increase in Jacksonville the P.thI tiou. It U a powerful li>n\c\ antI h\411.1 I: ,.I I Republican vote, but it will turn more I and am able to do all my own housework muscles, a capricious appetite ,J. __- ).

I \V<*k aid| us many as fifty uew vases I reM -. 'up, the system ruptIIf\ voq are weak. thoughtful, conservative men away from I owe ui.v Uallktu E.eciric Hitters I for': and the like are pretty sure indi* i

: | >rtt ( all distWe
: and flesh and : attract to the thoughtless party. Mr. coiupletelv mid pain "Try a system. Many otherwise beautiful faces
II
strength
b5 > uf Ifiitlu in any one day was only gain rapidly. isml Elaine is a defeated candidate his bottle 5Ut;. and 1. at J. I.. (iaskius Drug I are disfigured
the ; party by
S best for I pimples
:._ remedy m'ftlarid.SII18.\ \ a : Store. eruptions,
5 five. I'routtbiy tin; fever will continue\ will cure chills in every lII tMtll'C.1'mla dared not nominate (him again; he does _ _4_ |I and unsightly blotches, which arise S ;

; % there mmb.Htol as long us there lire those tonic and regulator for temales will are in not. as a rule,"command the confidenceand from impure blood, showing the need
Direct From of
'3, 1 h-fl for it to fml upon. A ncpopuldtimiC'oniDiilluu a \l/.w state ol health it has po equal. Try respect of honest men. The more the Front.Knoxvilit I Ayer's Sarsaparilla to the .
Sb. influential remedy evil.
and
prominent he is in Tcnn. "
Uottle and lie shaping July 2. l8SS.
; lias; Ixt-ii fMnblifhet). and art "iw convinced, 10-4l I I the course of his party in this election TIIC SwilL Specitii Co. Athintu. Gti.Ocn .. : All sufferers from blood disorders I Ie c tiers

-S : effort is l>cvn: nuule to di-po|'ulntc I I I the worse for the party.-Samuel. BowIe Ill'anen: lean cliecrfully und truth should give Ayer's Sarsaparilla a fair Att 1'011.9earstl' -

S city until IhcTvyfr: w nvt-r. In this rn 'hen Po Not Fail to Register. ('n Boston Globe. fully say tliiit S. b. .. i> he greatest hl.oelJllmtitr and trial,washes-avoiding, and all powders,ointments .. U rreparac.ion enen". th.

4. S 5 it I h ire appointed the foUuwillg.nlOlI'dpersllilli on eaith. In 1S t4 I contnicU-d worthless especially cheap and 'I 'fhuu-Q"j ...._. .t,11aiJOo. HUI&--01 IIItOn
IHT i*! hoped to & on flump out the disfasc. j bluoil poison. expounds, which not only '. .-.DD.,)1' -
4 as Registration Clerks ii: Ihe so-\'- Tho Millionaires Party. PhyMciaiii treated me with fail to effect a cure, but more frequently tritD""d NMe-l elk 5'0, &Ita." -
t Then; aabu{ few places .that aperson nn good results. 1 look a half dozeu dif- aggravate and confirm the I. AtrI.os I'wb-Ihr of & 'oP COC&_

j S p: from JlHcksonvilkctiji y> to withtut I IS ; i-ral precincts aa follows: which There I, at teast one Republican paper biTtnt kinds of blood medicine, but wit 1- are fraudulently advertised diseases to remedy.Ayer's the.* : ,o a'eof'tu.ttrr."i..t" to. "xtea&tft.l C11&ore GENERAL KERCH' )

? : f Uw.ey. Dis.tr. No. 1 E. G. Hill; sIX'th\ more zeal tbau'discretion [out receiving smy permanent relief. I l- 0 obtai" : : :., .ti.. U .-.
( uiidiTgoiiig a tin day qu rll.tilie. I bull' I about its party's real candidato ts'lottIe "lp. Gern."n,. iIe '. (an"'I" Rnrt"'d .ea.h4
for
] Uke Butler. 2 l1.L.M'KlIInl'j1'lIlc.tinc. to try S. S. :. I bemn the tir Sarsaparilla enc" 15 aa ( .,.. r'.Ufl'1': 't'O.pasned .
; i t< UIMH!. ('oli rliible camp has been LotI; '"- 'I the head of the lfov rnment. In an article: i with the iloubts ane1tal".d .tej Uwlr floellitiele

L :. i J'hcd ut (' Ltip )IVny. ul Gtiviniincnt' ex- ( a O. i', Donghis,: lauding tun "rich ancestral .blood" of I had been so gravest often deceived of succes-s But it I PRE ARED .Drawt-,0 the"at. ,.:"1'5, I James U. Liaise Ulroveuuent BY 1& C t, Jlrepaftd I
The &a4
PiiirMcnce. St. Louis
: 4 A. C. 0.1,11I Star 1' (03 .hot"t meet
.r
: '
; says 11\1,101.
.t S win-re 111111I1111 who! ist.! I came 'and I continued iu .. Dotic.
ptiisc \ nndtu .. that the use I Dr. J. C. or .
l lalesvilln. 5 I). "uncrowned king's" father was I ia mail Ayer tt Co., Lowell Mats dU.in"I. ,. ram\1t ioQ-7
i W.
: Krtley; perfectly well. I have since nl.lrllc.l I.:' .Pate'1.nMa. .' (
; (1.1.:0( way Ivuvc the joll'k lI -UiThe liver" endwould loid : roM .
ll "Ugh "
; 5 :: \ : Starke, 6 R. It. Jolnci-t havo the l.e stpeople" UlI.lluve a }healthy fan.ily. Xo trace \f I by all Drngji uu Price|1; .U bottkii.|& tbe! ;("II':' .;4':'Atn J 'If'"nll.tC 'aretb"tr"'d.1.7 -!.,. ,
with hia
: j.,W J.RS Ut n mild f f..r f S stop all night and "drink llJC' .
very ; very j.* the disenst-ij i Swili's ,
Hampton 7 B. j tone of Lis old Madeira st-en. bpucifie doae S Tt" vrl"1' "f'i'Ii" .1. tn. cu;.. 'n :mt
Cj ,
IIaJu ;
} : :
; : I or good : S
I this : '
l.tll iicb iIii1 ryawldsfcy for Ul.Q.
n ; tlUattllJ i1Jc' las Ix,i5uiIfo ." me and I am grateful. JHiP.ELX CL1ii. I 3 .nl.." c' """hP..tHlllfI..d &0 r -
4 All who wish t" register can tin tiI) l .If reports speak true and wrong I 1', j ; CUI'l': s'1 IIS .n ; .
11\// -; :
;. S c ,'... fpl till :1 ib<;;ul tin ciUmt the dbeiTi calling on the rbove-named officer in I his not the wliita! plumed son, he i is as fond: Yours J.trulv.S. I I I :. ..:.:.-,.-ur.It"'l1it'ch'f"rll.Io-l \ic': C.I1"iTI y.ier r" a- 'I I *1 pabh".t r.\"! .j.":."J"I!I.lu.trated 1&-. Hampton.I"tr. ,
tins iu.l itpitr d Juto other It I of good estiug ar.d drinking and h ThADER i u.i-J I to -! t( .u. 1_ .1.00 a -
; jiaci-s. 4 as mu( : u 1"1''. l ty i 11-4 ) Imecb&De.. 'ear.hd'
j tiulw.y 1''f.1i'.IU.ttl. &J1"r d. f.UUUod f.
i
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Election. daj'. !a Just,two mouths fromlastTncs4ay. A dispatch was received here last nightto NOTICE OFELECTION' I I G- W; BLANKENBURG

$bniiip COUNTY TELEGRAPH.fs the effect that a not was about to brcikout I ,'

=' -'-a-'== reported the dullest- week for in Ftrnandina and that a spi-dd trnin To the Sheriff of Bradford Co., : ,I;
Tills ]Is
:- Fla., Sept. 1, 1888. Starke.Inllie season. would come through here with the Ocala of the State of Florida: iUftNiTUEE, i I I 1 I : \ I l : & FUMRJL.Beds I : I ; : I i \ I I! I ;, J

[Starke-, and Gainesville militia.11 able.bodied KNOW\ YE, thl\11. JOHN L. CRAWIF'ORD ? \ j I : J I Ii ; : > '; J \* ; : ,,

-"-- .1 Circuit Court convenes ia.hu county white men along the read were invited to Secretary of State of' the State (IfFlorida .

NNOVNCEMENTS.. .on the 2pd day of October go. do hereby give Notice that a Bed-room Suits Parlor suits Lounges Easy chairs;
- -- ELECTION ,
GENERAL
Clerk of Circuit Court.: j .. For the campaign, the TELEGRAPH until Bucklen's Arnica Salve. .
For will be held in Bradford Count}',.Sta'e of
i I hereby announce mysHf n candidateLr .Jfia. lot for 25 cents. The* best Salve in the world for Cuts. Florillon Tuesday next sncccfflmt tins Mirrors Windo w shades and fixtures, Mattress-
Circuit bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rh<>uni. Fe- :
of Cle k of lue Courtr !
the office School.npl'ned Monday in both schools. ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains first Monday in November, A. D. 18i8.? Pillows Woven wire springs & Cots.
County, and respectfully the Tuesday ling the ess
r Bradford About 60 pupils allelJdect Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, su ,
the suffrage( Writ Solicited. Cash or payments.Gakius
:: cnsuirg election. i Sugar cane is in the market in sufficient quired. It is gurtuiteed to give perfectatis.faMion For four Electors of President and Vice- Picture Frames made to order. Upholstering of all kiuds easy ..
; the or money refunded. Price of the United States. STARKE: PDA_
President
Very U.l'tlpcctful1.r. I quantities to please the small boy. IBlooOs::. ,
j ,
25 cents per box.. For sale by For one Representative of the Second .
? II. F. YORK.Thereby : J. L. ( ASIT4. 1 ,
!, Mr. Wm. TiBoa bag the frame of his Congressional District of Florida in the V

announce wyseitr a candidate new house up and nearly all enclosed. The OrUUmme of BUlne. Fifty-fit Congress of the United Slates. ORANGE COLLEGE I
) o For a Governor of the State of Florida. PACE
of the Court of Now glory to the O.O.P., whose glories lately GARDINER AND
of 9:15
the office Clerk :Mall going north now leaves at a. lr Secretary of State for the State of i
wane, < FLA.
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[rtdford county, ed rcipectfully ollcit m., and mail from the north arrives at And glory to our orerelgB liege. good James Florida. i STJt ; -
of fellow-citizens at the GUlespie BlAlne. For an Attorney-General of the State of -
suffrage my 730p.au. ... Florida
5- Respectfully. Now let there be the merry sound of music and Florida. :3TArLKE Bradford County, ,
.uing election. Very Young & Knight; are putting up their the dance :For a Comptroller of the State of Flor- SESSION OF 1888-9. ,
W. T. WEEKS. '
Through thy cornfields greea and sunny vines 0
gin house while waiting for the saw mill land of woolea "pant&" ida.For Treasurer of the State of Florida. Fall Term Opens) Monday, Sept. .
County Judge. arrive. And thou New York,our ows New York, proud
For machinery to For a superintendent of Public Instruction 3rd, 1888. REAL ESTATE AGENTS.V
candic city of the waters,
I
announce that am a of Florida.
1 bcteby There is no candidate for Count) Surveyor Again let raptUre light the eyes of aU thy sou of the State
.: for the office of County Judge.Respectfully.. and daughters. For a Commissioner of Agriculture of Rates Month: l.f>O,2, tf, and
of
Justices per
announced for
yet or Let all thy proud monopolists rejoice in our new the State of Florida. 3.50 Dollars.All .
J. R. RICBAHD. the Peace or Constables.A Joy For three Justices of the Supreme Court .
They ne'er had leader like our James since Hector af: the State of Florida. END .
; MLerilt notice of election will he seen in this was a boy. For Senator of the 15th Senatorial Tuition due at THE ORANGE GROVES.
For Hurrah! hurrah! our ship hath come up stream MONTH and Patrons
issue, also a list of the Registration clerks I District. OF EACH ,
r
I .
I hereby announce myself! & candidate 1 victory, Members of House of Repres settle Promptly. .
for the various districts. Hurrah for the City of New York,and hurrah. for For two will be expected to *
''or the office of Sheriff of Bradford coun- I J.G.B.I! entatives. Free Term will begin the first IMPROVED FARMS, .
nd respectfully solicit the suffrage of The carpenters are putting the finishing For a County Judge. October and vill be
e, % Our Jimmle to marshal us In all his armor Monday in """
house and came For: Cleik of the Circuit Court.
at the ensuing election. touches on Mr. Newingham' a *
citizens Pupils.
fellow drest, FREE to County
ny Sheii ff. absolutely
Very Respectfully the painter has tak"n charge. And he bound A piece of bloody shirt upon hit For For a a Tax Asessor. Every Advantage is offered to : WILD LANDS.

HESHT W. ErrE uIoN. We will send the TELEGRAPH to new He looked gallant upon crest.his people and a smile was ia his For a Tax Collector.For those desiring a good BUSINESS ----- .

solicitations friends, IJiereby subscribers from now till Jan. 1 1889 for eye; a County Treasurer.For EDUCATION, at a Nominal Cost. tl--e FLORIDA
At the many He looked upon the"Dotmies,"and his glancewas a County Superintendent of Public to 4,000,000 Acres of land belonging to
announce myself as a candidate I 25 cents: In clubs of five. one dollar. stern and high. Iiibtructiou.[ For Full Particulars! apply ilu-rtate anti

Ffor the office of Sheriff of Bradford coun- W. C. T. U. meeting on Thursday, Right graciously he smiled upon A Harrison banner For County Surveyor. C. J. DENTOX PRINCIPAL., A. B., SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO., distributed throughout : .
,
when Far Justice of the Peace in and for Fort lUrrell
: of Georgia to ,
]iy, at the cowing election, and respect- Sept. IS, at 3 p. m., at Mis* McAffee's. Rolled down the line a deafening shout "Three each Justice District in said County.For I extending soutlnvor from the south boundary

( solicit the suffrage of my fellow- to be present. cheers for Jim and Ben I" Constable in and for each Justice '
fully All members requested a
And if your standard bearer fall as fall full INSTITUTE. in Monroe. county.
(citizens liv- veil he may," District in said County. STARKE
the
W. W. TCMBMN. Mr. F. Edwards has purchased He said .'For ne'er had Democrats such Issues as The attention of the Sheriffs is called to SESSION OF 1888-89. Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are offered j U
ery stable of Wm. Edwards jr., and will today, the law requiring them to tame:; the notice September

- For Tax Collector.The continue in the same business at the same Press where ye see my red crest shrine, press on .. of Mid election to be published in a news Term begins 3rd.Monday 1888.FACULTY.,. BONA FIDE SETTLERS.350OCO .
with might for Maine,
in the if there be a I.
him printed county
friends of E. Hnynes announce paper
.1
And be your orifliimme today the plumes of .J.Q.Dlainel" ,
place. nauer 11till'._ countv. and if there be n -

Us a candidate for Tnx: Collector of Brad- a111a'ing in a large 110 1'1'u.paper published------01.in the county, they 'ESPY Pu. D., M. D., (UniversitIes Acres of Williams and Swann's land and. lands oi .
at the ensuing election, and Our merchants are Hark to the min this F.
(fiirrt County Hurrah! our lines are moving. hllll'uu&e at least five copiotof notice and Strassburg.) Principaland
fellowcitizens.MANY stock of goods. Yellow fever in Jacksonville gled din be in the most public places of Lt-ipsic of the Florida Railway andjNaviga-
junk the support of his Of Mugwumps trying to get out and monopolists to ported Professor of Ancient nud Modern Sam'l A. Swann\ irtiate: on both aides!
FRlE will not affect the prosperity of in the county an&a
DB.
I
to get In. WHEREOF. I have Lan itrtn'esBEN of Railroad between Fernandina, on the Atlantic: coast,
IN TESTIMONY line
Dartmouth f'
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__ Starke. See Harrison marching the rear In hIs grand. t\. SIMMOND9. ( j
I announce myself a candidate for the father's hat hereunto bet my hand and affixed Professor of Mathematics ann '
I office of Tax Collector for Bradford county Messrs. Gardiner& Pace have moved And:Morton in exclusive charge of tho commis I' [I.. S.i the Great Seal of the State of College.) Cedar Keys, on the Unlf of Mexico.ORMiGl .
over the bank, and i iI sariat. I J Florida' at Tallahassee, the Capital SCMRS.SN. \VESPY, Principal olPrimiry
nnd solicit the suffrage of my fellow.citizens into their new quarters Now by the ducats that ye love, ye knights of this the twentieth day of A.

I al the cowing election. I a more comfortable office could not well i woolen "pants," August. A. D. 1S88 Depart DAWSON ment Instructress nMusic. !. GROVES and IMPROVED FARMS
Charge for the golden duties, upon them with the mISS MAY
HENRY Foci I be imagined.Mr. JOHN I.. CHlWFOnO,
lance! Secretary: of State. .
with A thousand manufacturers are urging on their A SPECIALTY.
sick
hereby announce myself a candidate Louis Dohm ia reported men HENRY. EPPERSON, DEPARTMENTS.Ist.PRlMARY

for ic election to the office of Tar Col- the yellow fever in Jacksonville. Friar To save their places by a vote for Elaine and eke Sheriff Bradford Co. DEP'T: Through etc. When maKing aJt.
I of Bradford county. and respectfully last accounts he is doing nicely and will for Ben. Tallahassee, Fl.i, Aug. 20, 1888. Third Reader, Arithmetic thr:>ugh Send for discriptive pamphlet maps
lector worked with .
The bugaboo of British trade in Geography.2ndINTEIIMEDIA'I'E
Lessons PLEAS
! solicit the support of my fellow- probably rocover. might and main. the Town Council. Fractions. First DEP'T Arith. vlication for lanes whether to the principal or agents ..
And In the thickest of the fray behold the Shirt Proceedings of
| citizens.:: We have room for a few more announce of Elaine! Council nu-t Sept.: 4lh 18. All members to Analysis. U. S. History, Grammar. REFER TO TIltS ADVERT EMENL
Respectfully.M. Geography.3rdl3UhlCOLLEGIATE
M. HALE. menu and hope that no candidate will -John Paul Bocock In New York World present but S. F Gardiner.\ Minutesof I 1 Composition Advanced DEP'TThrough ; :\\rch 9 I&B U'V

fail to let the people know who be i is last meeting lend and adopted. The Advanced Arithmetic Algebra, __' -:3::

I announce myself as a candidate. for through the TELEGRAPH. "rauper Labor" of New York. Committee on Kentucky House lecense WordLVnalysis., Physics. Physiology. Latin

Tax-Collccior lot Bradford County, and The precccdings of the Commifisioneis violation One peculiarly of the contract deplorable labor effect laws of is the the I were dNrh.iiged. A resolution.is adopted or German; Engl. Literature. Grammar.CTCcOLLEGlATEPEFTSulMlivid. t3t.) ; WiTKftV8K10mesiic ) I 'S. V

do earnestly solicit; the suffrage of my Court will appear next week. The clerks introduction of Russians and Poles who that the Council and Mayor inspect the ..

fellow-citizens at the ensuing election. ut the Court House have been too busy work for $4 a week, in place of American sanitary co'ioition of the town on Thursday ed into two courses either of which maybe

T. W. SWEAT. them. girls, who are employed at $5 a week, in the G.h, and that all properly not pursued at opium of student;
this week to furnish the business of shirt making. These men Latin Greek .
COURSE: (
For Tav Assessor. that assistance: will como by contract in the most direct violation cleaned \\ill be dered cleaned at once. I u. CLASSICAL: Rhetoric. Elocution. ComposItion ; ; ) : = : j .
candi- The prospects are of tho law, and, not content with The following bills were approved by the Aliehri E&Ia, "t O-' D f Go'Fs B torte I" ;
\
hereby announce myself as a be given to establish ix general) quarantine taking the bread out of the mouths of Finance Committee and warrants were COURSE: Advanced Algebra. J ry. \
office uf Tax Ae- I h BUSINESS:: L .
the
date for election to camp at Maxville for all who wish to workmen of their own sex who might seek ordered drawn for the bevei.il amounts Geometry. Logarithms and Trigonometry. ,

fcfsorof Bradford county at the ensuing leave Jacksonville to come south. other employment, they drive to starvation Ca'culus. German.French Look .
who cannot find a livelihoodIn as follows: Composition. -
election and respectfully; solicit the support women Rhetoric. Elocution.
Chairman Chipley wants the name and tho coarser outdoor employments.It E. D. Wall, salary. .. . .'.$4000' keeping.. -

of my fellow-citizens. address of the chairman of each county us is a most happy result of the efforts woik'on) itn-eH . 10.50 .TKUMS FEll MONTH: STl\JtKE, it( "" FLA. ..

E.Respectfully.J. W AJ 1UorrT.r the arrangements for speakers in the several of the the Democratic contract labor administration laws and to amend to enforce r 4. D. Wall, hauling .. .. .. 100L. Primary 1jpartmf'nt.: $2.00. Intermediate V

--- --- counties are under their control. them so as to make them more effective Colvin freight; .. .. .. l.2 ) '-... Sub-Collegiate,. .
hereby( ) aunftuncc myself( as a c.mdi than tho mere disclosure of facts by the J. G.lvatez.. strict work. .. .. 4.05 Department, $:(;3. 50. Collegiate Department
mouth
date for the ofdce of Tax Assessor mid Miss Hannah Cameron, of MtgnoliiLake as book.keeper .. Ford committee has shut off the tide of Walter Wills, stiec-t woik ... 160 $4.00) MUMC. 10 lessons per awtJ WnnmCtooft t1 { oaii S;
has accepted a position labor Tho floodgates $3.50.
immigration.
contract
solicit the suffrage of my fellnw-citizcns .. 15.55 V receives a
school
work the
n. M..lvarez. street the pend i
while the During
for the firm of Jones! &; HeibergerThis will never again be opened V .
, ;.rhc! i next election.tVuy firm could not have made a bettel Democracy continues in federal power. To II. M. I'arisb, \\'it ness fee. . . .25Urn. suh..illy from the county from$1 the rates pel''mouth

: Respectfully, President Cleveland, Secretary!' Bayard Tyson, .. . .2.) will be deducted. Other reduction! are Whi1a. *, X/aeus, MnJlncP7
M.\ II. MAUKKY.I selection. and the customs officers at this port, who I of each dehaIImn'flt
have called attention to the existence of L. Witko\' ld. Mayor's fees. . 1.00I. not made! >r discount granted except in

aniiuuncc myself candidate for the 1 This county has expended time.only about Thisis J the gigantic evil so as to cause an efficient C. Webb. Clerk's fees ... . 1.00( the cube uf patron sending Bills ns many will lie as GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS BOOTS AND SHOES AND
450 for quarantine to this of his own children.
up four
| tho thanks of American
office of Tax Assessor: for Bradford county Investigation Motion to adjourn. Carried. -
and expected
month are
less than other county in the State labor duo. sent at end of each FINE CLOTHING.
any are --- --- --
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of fellow-
the votes
and solicit my Pupils entering :- V
farther Ifrom the During the inquiry the treasury officials Letter From Koine. to be settled promptly.
all a"
Citizens at the ensuing elect'ou. and they are havo Leon very active in collecting the 28 Via Gaeta, Rome, Italy.Aug. school after the school month has com _.._-_.__'.__ -'- ----..-.-. .- -
TIIOS. J. DEKLE. fever than we are. testimony that has been elicited, and the 4, 1888. mencet!, (lr leaving it before the month is
and result is illustration of the happy effect I I ended, willlte I charged in full for that THE BIJOU MEN'SDONGOLA
I Mrs. F. B. Jones her daughter): an Editor TKI.EOKrn -
Treasurer.I F. WESPY.:
For County Dt.
between the month.
of sincere co-operation
readers especiallyyour
announce myself as a candidate for Jim, have returned from Worthington executive and legislative branches of tho )t may English interest readers your, to learn, that steps Principal.; i KID A. L Von KIRN Fine Calf Alligator

reflection in the office of County Treas-I Springs where they have l>cen all sum- general government. Had the matter lire being taken in the appointment of a '. V ''
successful season been In of a committee of the Republican At SHOES $2.50. Khgroo Unnd sewed
UHT of Bradford County at the enduing I mer. The report a very charge British Consul for Florida. present REAL ESTATE. .
overflowing all the senate its attention would have consularjurisdiction is under the con- *
full to the
election and e rnes>tly solicit the support and 1a house been given to making campaign points. sulate of New Orleans, and excepting I J. E. Low. J.I*. PRATT:C. E. Ladies wno, uuvc been BOOT AND SHOE STORE Shoes made to order $5.00.:
time. instead of furnishing &: NOTARY PUBLIC.
fellow-citizens tho administration is British -
of my against Pensacolaand Key West, there no *
wearing $4'and J > V
.T. W. KELL{;)(. Cu!. Weeks, candidate for Circuit Clerk, to tho country disclosures of tho. Consul-resident in Florida. Now it PRATT.'
this week and paid our of- ways in which the great fraud on American has been urged that the trade of Jacksonville LOW and Shoes, and _desiring Also Complete Line of men
For Superintendent of PublicInstruction. was in the city labor has been perpetrated.-New and the increasing number of English '

; flee a call. The Col. reports his section York Star. resident colonists! in South Florida is of Orange G-roves, Economy, Style iuul* STARKE. ,

1 announce myself candidate! for the of the county in a prosperous condition, sufficient importance to merit the creation Comfort,.should tr) n Women, Mis-*. boys anu

office of Superintendent of Schools in a good crop made and everybody happy Cleveland and the Pensions.have of this post, and the matter has: been represented City property: pair of this Celebrated _
his Republican predecessors, by I to the British Foreign Office, line of Shoes. Laes Children hoes. come and
their time to politics.Mr.
Bradford County and ask the patronage and ready to devote their official acts, made a better record and an old experienced British colonist, TIMBER LANDS in any part French KilH0rt f\1'.te. FLORIDA.

Lf the people in he coming election. C. H. Moon has the agency for the than he has? What does the comparisonof formerly residing 12 Jamaica, and also! in OP FLO11I1) \. .
O. P. Youso. the figures of the pension bureau under Ceylon-.whose name is already before .. iCe t them.
Chattanooga Stove Co., and prepared to Arthur for Instance, with the figures of Lord Salisbury for an important service LOANS PL 11.CEI I? ON IMPROVEDCITY .. _
I announce myself as a candidate for show any one the advantage of this com that bureau under Cleveland show Ac- rendered to the British Government-is : PROPERTY. -----1'j- ----
He has cording to the published tables the number the of Consul, application I
tin office of Superintendent of Public in- pany's stoves over all others. a willing to accept post .
of pension claims admitted since the' having been made for its creation. Civil Engineering, Surveying, V
ktruction for t lie county of Bradford at model of perfection in his kitchen at thePeoples inauguration of the Democratic presidentis anti Conveyancing.GREEil ; .

HIP ensuing election, and solicit the sup Restaurant. All the latest improvements nearly twice the number of those ad- This gentleman is Mr. Hugh Ledward. -

port of my fcllovxulizens. in the stove line can be foundon mitted during the last three years of Ar- I a native of Liverpool, who was deputed COVE SPRING, FLORIDA. .' "- ...

T. S. ANDERSONI rack to warming oven thur's term the exact figures of the first I with the of settling Arabl! Bey and _. .
it, from a towel charge .'' A 1'J1n'R" .IUOI'K.... V : : I
--- being 859,452 and of the second 191,221.Carrying his cocxilesIIn their arrival in Ceylon 'ii t % iii'V/rvijii ----* ..' .. I '

hereby announce myself a candidate and water tanks the examination to tho statistics from Egypt. ninth we hope, if the office is i POST OFFICE LOCK Box U5 A full'line of SCHOOL. HOCKS, V
of Public I of the bureau for the period mentioned cii-atetC it will be an advantage all around Circularml I.11 liogisli Ic View of '
fur the office of Superintendent
A tine line of fertilizer constantlyon while it was under the control of the Republican There h"iIlI.e duvet steamer: communication .Green ('on =Springs will I l' tpl\l ('n np1'1itltj'ln -I n'ct'ntlylopted by the School.

Instruction for Bradford County, amll hand by Truby, Sternburg & Co. commissioner Dudley, and then shortly with Liverpool, no doubt; ('lIrrc-pnwlClIl'6.ki 1 teil. Board.I Also the Reed ana ({eno g. V V
fcolicit the support of my fellow-citizens: nl placing those statistics by the side of the I Mr. Li'dward will cause his influence to: ------ -.-- .-- ._- ,
Commissioner Black,, Grammar, whmichiwihl ho goM in
Jection. figures reported by =*, at -
the coming will be I the matter.
machines bear K
upon
A few sewing we have the following result: C01UtE PO DO N'r. 0. !L.- KEEN Old Grammars .'
JOSEPH L. HILL.I & troctnctorpMl'es.
Sternburg
sold cheap by Truby, CNDER COMMISSIONER DUDLEY (REP.) .
announce myself as a candidate foi Co. Miscel- Millinery, Fancy Dress Goods taken in exchange, also School Sup .'
Increase. loneous. .
Year Original.
election to the office of Superintendent ol 1883............ .... 88,103 :22,746 796iSSi NOTIONS. KID GLOVES. PAHAMLS.: : plies.. At :MORGAN'S BAZAAR.V.' <
Instruction for Bnu'.ford: County, and Hay by the car load *1.15 per .................. 84,517 22,517 1.=a Silk Umbrellas. Zephyrs and all kindsof the I STATIONERY: and NEWS DEPOT.STARKE ; J
hundred at Trnby, Stern hug & 1835................. 85,767 83,085 1.SS5:; material for ,
earnestly: solicit the support of all theVoters .

at the November election. Co. Total..............108,440 79,248 8,852tTSDEB .. FCLIICIIVorl; \.. 1-I! I .
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COmnsSIONKB SLICE (DEM.) ..
C. J. BKYAST. flats! Hats!! Hats!!! See '1'ruby1Sternburg Miscel- :::'l'rompt..' attention\\ 1'41:1St.to: orders.Vt .. {:nr.. TjiiircT. .' ." c.. .
For Member of School Board & Co.'s mammoth disp'ay Year. Original Increase ianeoua.188tt V V JCOiLLI.: FJu'I' V
.................. 40,857 1M.271 2,223
I hereby announce myself n candidate 1887.......l.......... 65,194 82,107 8,707 i
for a Member of School Board of Bradford 1868!: ................. 60,173 85,785 17.113 For Sale. -

Courtly, and respectfully solicit the Subscribers are warned to look out for Total..............-15 ,224 -181,173 22,055- I' On Crosby Lake; 2i 'mi1f's.- fr.iraSlnrke. -, ., .. -- -----
the X mark on the margin or wrarper of 10 Land beautifully Kit
,' the acres
of at
suffrage my fcHn -citizens en i the it be I
to
In addition foregoing may
under fence free fromstnmp
their It means that your subscription I uatcd, 8 acres FACTORY
suing election. Very Respectfully, I papers. X- stated that the total disbursements foi I !:. iu fine oider 'to cultivate any ol CARRIAGE
has X-pired and a.remittance is the specified under ,
J. C. BYRD pensions during years the native crop; upon; 2 acres: in

L=______ _-_- __ --- pected. _ _ Arthur were $183,899,216 while the Into disbursements I I t Strawberries! 225 Orange tret' 100 '" .. .
since Mr. Cleveland came ; .
"
Fruit l'rees. GrainVines .
Pear nnd i-liier
CITY MEWSF'ive School Board. office reach $217,399.757. ,- Brooklyn I with <. ,..
.
&R.. H. siiinll i'numbouse, good ."
-
Board met Sept. 3rd at 10 a. m. Present Eagle. _ i : water, ri ;lt; mi the porch; a tine MITM,, .
= J. M. Smiley Chairman, P. S. Crews, Witiron. I darner &c. For puriicul-ii (

pounds of good Rio coife for dollar The presidential campaign es JOSEPH: K. MELCHER.
one at Truby, Steniburj I :
k Ie Co.'i'. i \Thomas.. Minutes of last meeting sence, is a struggle between the privileged 9-t22 Si.irKe. Fl.i.FOIJ ,
t read and adopted. Appropriated to the classes and the laboring masses of the Made To Order
in all Plows ,
,
school established at Cooksey's country. The Republican party !
Trilby, Sternbnrg & Co. are offerIng newly vital points is a reproduction on this side SALE. -
genuine bargains in cycr)'. (ICptrtmet. Mill 27 dollars and fifty cents. RaUed of the Atlantic of the Tory party of Eng POWDERAbsolutely

: the appropriation of the Gay School to land. The likeness between the two or 20 Cliou-e DuiMing )Lots,- and with
ot all kinds don.eneatly dispatchHORSESHOEING
$20 per mouth. Raised the appropriation ganizations is well worth examining, foi Repairing ,

Another large invoice of drygood' of Hope well (col.) school from $3.i to it presents to the reflecting suggestions.mind some The Pure. At Safl-eeWfl IOXIA on Kinsr-ley! Lake_ ,111'1).....-

received' this week at ruby, stern* $40 per month. The following warrants: I I extremely English Tones pertinent have always: made it their Thi powder n"ver varies. A marv I a few minute: w:1lK"tn Ionia! : P.O., BLACK-SMITHING,

burg & CO.'iI. were issued: 1 boasts, and: never moro arrogantly than and wliolesonienesMoie I --
of "strengtl
J Wainright $: 2.20It today that they represent the wealth,, ; purity erf"'\omical: than the ordiuar i Store, School :and, Church. 1'111"1'| -
30 jfJity Lots f.'rsa1e xheaj T Dowling 25.00 property and culture of England. kinds, :amid e:" 'rot be sold in ,.ompetltioi 1 : All kinds of Iron and Wood Work soIIcIted.oeIf
Centrally located. Apply-to N. J. 4.70 The Republicans are constantly asserting with the multitude of low test .ohori I L:::;t:;:;. ISO() ,fft't front and: 300) feel
Jones Starke P 8 Crews that they represeufctbe same things weight alum of phosphai,* powder?,
Fla. M L Douglas 7.20 here. And the claim in both cases is accompanied Sold only in J M Smiley 4.20L by a constant assumption ol dpr {'u., 10( 3 '.VaLi-st.! N Y. ilcejn.] ( you want a Buggy, Wagon, Buckbodrd, Surrey, Phaetonf
Anuther car of Ideal and 1'reb. superior patriotism, character and social

went flour received by Trnby, Stern: W Wiggins 43.00 standing, which the common vulgar million "TU>paper U kept.a fllemt Ac.fltoe- Thi' is a l iirrajii and will or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a Band-wagon.
J P Bennette 27.50 who labor in tho mine, the factory
burg fc Co. this week. only l.e'Q.eit} for a few v" -,-ks. f
and the workshop, are expected to recoguizo
E W Thomas 7.4fl I YER SONI1DVERT1SI '
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and defer to as a matter of course.- I supply want on short notice.
can your
The first solid carload of nail J J Colson 27 50 I Boston Globe. j There}! N i f.o hninhti'i! about: till;!

that ever came to this county warece4 ; T J Deklo 33.5 I Nq
I .in<.n, hut 1 a clear easeo : Carriage Manufacturing A Specialty.
by Truby, Sternburg & Co M F Goodman 23.20A I Another Straw. I prno-]"

a few days ago. II Williams 25.00 I Shelby county, Tenn., an old stand bj.1 Jn\ GENTS ii"Mtv.. Price only yloO per) lot, -

W E Wairfright! 46.00 I Republican county, has reformed and l _
BUIlDlNO = PIm.AUaPwtv .
One dollar will buy a 200lb. gad The petition from Ft. Call school for a I gave at the late election a Democratic I s i if t:11..11 at min'. A,l irct>s rnre uthw : f MOITT StatfrcJHft i iS.
Tennessee
nf majority of 1800. Thus does fREi AJ:
Liverpool salt. at Trubv. Stern-I removal of their school laid on table. On I become one of the doubtful (?) "itates. I ATESt t Lowsut Caafl RatessesaII.JaIvrb Oooffi; for furthur information. ,
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I TALMAGE'S SERMON. the Christianization of the world. The c aptured for God by some little three- FACTS FOR SHORT SPECIALS performers on the violin: the same This* SL:90D
FARMERS
: Church of Christ falling back from year-old child who has got up and put Rmm hold real estate b distinction is to b found:'at every turn ia I..

? Piedmont falling back from Rue Qt. her snow around h sinew neck While the general u of poisons ; York city. 'lO,0 i heX Onf mtjmt .
i The Use of Strategy in the Various Jacques falling back from 8t Denis, and some simple question exterminate e ONE rEKY. iamhIa5,,
abut would undoubtedly soon ; Anti-Traveling Sunday League 0' R&flJmatlain and the si._ .
Walks of Life. falling back from Wnrtemburg castles, Galling od and T THOSB NnS&e oVMo4eil| da,swt. rZ.r.
Heaven thou ItJoap. .
certain classes of injurious Insects, un- has a membership of six Gont. Qlenn's 8ulp Brat ti .
fr back from the Brussels marketplace cunt rleve -.li
Oh
make flank movement steal a .
a
I a ; art Dow M
:. yet all the time triumphing. Notwithstanding march. on the devil; cheat that man intoHeaven. fortunately poisons also destroy the .H Whker ___otTMa to*..rh1tejty. 'I.

fh Victory of Joba Over the City of r all the shocking reverses A treatise that will insects which benefit the crops by living THEM a lw against using profane that &woman will flofiwotn silo call S 1
five-dolla two things tn b.
,-, IIlutrstiTe! ofj Modern Method which the Church of Christ suffers, what stand all the laws of homiletics may fail upon the injurious ones. language Connecticut by telephone. in a States except always Tana jump a at-a conclusion and a mu w.roof srad Mmw,UO1II9*aod ..knr.kae "I=

of Circumventing and De do we see to-dayf Three thousand mist o do that which a penny tract of value of kind of farm "-BurUngton Free Press.Tall's. .'1 B_ 'yw.
iionaries heathen -Te any TVXBZ Is more insanity in be ." ll 1'
fetUlns; I.0.
.. :- sixty thousand ministers of Jesus ChristIn for more Christians in ambuscade not stk i very largely determined by its proportion to population than any *-'ft the< .onI. _o a"Si

I this land; at lea.two hundred millionof lying in idleness, but waiting for a quick; feeding the first year of its life. Breeding State i the Union. .IN. tat*I* c t fat t too;,e. ;

1 Her. T. De Witt Talmape preached the Christians on the earth. All nations s sprin, waiting just th3 right time counts for much though every Br. Ln to have a permanent exposition J.OOOfal walo trad.wfll fro-B_ ''mtmdiaff

i following sermon to,the Thirteenth Regiment o-day; kindling in a blaza of revival. comes Do not unti to a man of the vanity successful breeder knows how greatlythe wt a tp garden and the largest i Pills ,to,tnmbl.. Tal.tli.to 8' ,"l'..
of which he Js Chaplain, at Peeksf -' in the 1 mrl .
Falling back, yet advancing until the old gallery t o"
of world
f on the day when he character of a animal ncr mtf M )it whmlhryeMn
kill N. Y., at the acfnual encampment of We'lleyan hymn will prove true: thisword at "twelve" and is h young i THX: Indians at the Genoa Indian Sh) ;raadif..II.I.h.tartly, ny-I.).
going ,
.
bouht Is
the somfthng by innutritious or UOW wnv uj t BH9
I regiment. His text was: The lion of Judah hall break the chain. to "fifteen." But talk to change improper i Nebraska a becoming &I mtiidxtarf. A pott < '*.".b.

w elze Then ye shall the rise up Jtshua from the ambush 7. and And give us the victory again and aa-nl! him sel the vanity of this world on the food- rut of the change from feathers to hats The dyapeptle the debilitated of mind whether or cfn why&a and If."aft U"doa yon know.Bat ill I,f..4.?0.,
t upon city.- vlii. of
;: But there is a more marked illustration day when he has bought something at Gradually more attention is being cp.T from eMcee wor .7O .-t..dEL..
drink
Men and
of the Thirteenth or.
Regiment
t victorious retreat in the life of our "fifteen" and Is compeled to sell at paid to for the reason that by hous in which General Grant was boy lrTJGu.W.T 101.rRnD ...W. y sflAdJr.
their i
4 friends here of all occupations .
gathered
Joshua, the Jesus of the First fall- "twelve." Do gs Point 0. been Malarial sr..to.J. :2)-
,
not rub
; and profession*, men of the city ages. a man's disposition growing and taking pains in the br Pleat b fiote 9-I.UU The PlPEft.C _
l back to the the and is now on egoD ,. .'
ng trom an appalling height an wrong way. Do not take the imperative Otjip, .
,1 and men of the fields here is a theme fitt management, the fertility of the soil will find Tntt's Pill WE WILL 4
from celestial Cincinnati. PAY
furallofus. : appalling depth, falling mood when the subjunctive mood rectoratlre ever offered

i ; j hills to terestrial valleys, from throne to will do just a well. Do not talk in perfervid can b gradually improved more so AT T tn 111, there was a man.who lived invalid. ;: -

t One Sabbath erening, with my familyaround manager yet that did not seem to suffice style to a phlegmatic nor try to than with almost any other crop.. Andas out an umbrella all last winter. Fairly. A Month Salary

: \ ,i. me, we were talking over the Him as a retreat Falling back still tickla a torrid temperament with an the yield of other crops begins to even when the thermometer touched 2 degrees Try Tem to competent den to represent '
scene of the text. In the wide-open eyes f urther to Nazareth, from icicle. etron$ w nt a tfood solicitor who can 1
f You ta\e for Chfstif below
I can man A bloo.
n'f and the quick interrogations and the any fall below the line of profitable yields zro. po1 resnlt* In every county In th, Stab 4nrt.
i Nazareth t Jerusalem, back from Jerusalem you know how to get at him. Dq not TQEOS a Norwich, which nerre and a eber'u 1 fall Tvacners.mercbaata. : _
t I' blanched cheeks, I realized, Vhat a thrill ?f back Goljjotba send word more attention is paid to grass. i cokat Cn. gRYWHEBE.S5 ehanies can do tho work and w wti i ,
> Golgotha, from to him that to-morrow at ten was ori by Put SOLD M03TU TO THE KIGHT 3IC3T
t. : Ing drama it was. There is the old city, t:o the mausoleum in the rock back dow o'clock you propose to open your batteries Western Plou'man.arrot nam. It is seven owe five Irl high, and can(TiT their entire time t the tAdilrex

I; f ., shorter the by name than any other city in. over the precipices of until He upon him, but come upon him by askilful and parsnips for stock feedIng the case i of polished cherry. TO fRI; ,$8 Tlnw A DAY.not nnd"l Samules tle lr" wor II.i Wrtalal sgjvTHwaaTa&N with nfemees PCntasa for forther
; spelled with two letters-A I- Y. .
ages sad 156 lpree .u'ee MaMVWI,
walked amid the of the eternal ambuscde. ti. .1.
i AL Joshua and hi* men wanted to take caverns persevering, God.diected or any other purpose are more Eton has a new cin. It is the coin oft UJR"L&R I JM,* WA *W tA1 j .
.
and drank of the wine of the 'A tlUU
captives,
1
I It. How to do it is the question. On a I tender i sown a late a June. The present German Emperor, and bears h -
-szin
wrath of Almighty God amid the Arabs Lesson the fourth: The importance of The die actually U'*tt sad"e.w (ti c" PGMET.mp -
J. : j former occasion, in a straightforward, soil being warm they grow quicker pr1e. w i M" MX c.miy
,
and the Jezebels and the Belshazzars. Omen prep SIPS u la l E'< .
taking good There Joshua, but tune of the hut w
t r : face to face figbt, th'y had been defeated;; of the and of the aim i than the sown. The le 1._.aaa.HT L.-
J' pulpit men rew, hhrist's ow are those people ambush early objetoD'to **<" ****
t E t' but now they are going to take it by up IT is estimated that not less than $51(),- .4 .
r amC descent from Heaven to earth yonder to know when they are to dropon late sowing are a liability t sufer
i: buscade. General Joshua has two divisions 0,0 are invested in watering-place and In Ohio.Cheap.Good. erui for de-tcriptlon
.. does not measure half the distance. It the ? and from and the F ARMS .: N. Jeffer.on.O.trxuu .
p I in his army-'the one division the city how are these men drougth sharp competition tout resorts in this country, the Jersey, and pro BAscJor. ,
p. '.: t battle-worn commander will lead himself was from glory to perdition. He tiea Joshua to know when thy are to with weeds when the plants are young coast leading off with at least fOOo taut FATJUI -i a ,. son Patois
ovx'1
t s cended into helL All the records of
I, the other division he sends stop their fight and advance? There and feeble. AT a religious meeting in Portland Ma, Fruit Jars FIj Fans art ?
earthly retreat are nothing comparedwith must be ,
"' a some signal-a to stop the
r off to an the service
in, ambush signa a
encamp an L this falling back Santa Ana, with one division and to the other. -The boy that would rather stay Englhma le French < >/V/N EUCAT NAHuntsvile #\rw ASSORTED PACKAGES ofGLA38 j
.i t i on the west side of the city of AL No man prayer, an Irishman cnduc WARE put up for WboI... '
torches no lanterns, no sound of heavy te fragments army, flying over Joshua with a spear on which were ordinarily about the stable on rainy days, when it' the singing i and a Russian was leading -SAMS nua rarn..i -

4& 1 battalions, but thirty thousand swarthy plateaux of Mexico, and Napoleon and hung the colors: of bate. points i i not fit to work in the fields or out of speaker te Female College .
I his army retreating from Moscow into the toward the i C
ii \I city. He such 3 .. _
warriors moving ie silence, speaking awful door and look after the comfort of ... NEES"
snows of are not worthy to ALABAMA. -
conspicuous and there is
Russia position, so
only in Ao swords d
.- a whisper of .
clicking
; be the horses, fixing the
mentioned when all up Never Fail.
retreat much of the from manger They wznxgsday. -
morning light dripping : 8BSSIOX I maktnglSmsL
81GIYS
shields
I I lest the watchmen of Ai
I I the poweisof darkness seem to be pursuing that spear-tip that all around tho horizon: stalls, etc., and cleaning cob-webs out .September 5 iS. Batdl-.. eat1 en I CHECKERS unipini earl
discover
it and the be fail- r-l ,
stratagem a NO.S Futros MARKET Nnr YORK I and furilbe ngonefromthe
t ure. If a roistering soldier in the Israel- Christ as He fell oack, unt the they see. It was much as to say: 'There of the corners, than to skip off to some January* c f ne"IlmprYe.. BeaU' SOLTAIRE backward.. .

I ;I t'c.alnst lUsh army forgets himself: all along the body of Him who came to do wonderful i the city. Take it. Take it now. Roll corner grocery and loaf is the boy I have been using Bl'DBETB'S PILLS for wntlng thoroughly aa tuCt wiib.Stebftrrapbr A'Chrutian and T 0 correct 70 answer*aa( !

line the word is "Hush!" Joshua takes I things lay pulseless and stripped dow the west. Surge up from the that is going to make a successful L the last ten years. They are 0 wonderfulmedicine. pupi. for Ca.talom0*." nr fpe i Methinks that no City of Ai was was It is nv. : mailed for"centiUj JJC.
n
the
_.4 the other division the one with which he, ours, City of AL" God horseman and farmer. There is nothing equal to the & DEPARTMENT 44 llrosuiirsty.SiClTLIO xsw
( .1 k is to march, and puts it on the north side so empted of its inhabitant when they knows and we know that a great deal of &Blood Purifiers and Hiver TOAN THS: TAJIOCa *.J
Regtor
w pursue as perdition was Christian Beets or mangels raised in MICA BaMS r? Ha* taIRON
1 t ot the city of AL and then spends the attack amounts to nothig. can b L But I wish to state how TULLE JF LOUISIiM.rTormerlr. w n)1 ,

t '._.;; i 4 : night in reconnoitering in the valley. emptied of devils when they started for simply because we do not take good aim great abundance and at a low cost. cure rheutm and how easily; I w the CnlTrilty' of &
;.4 ; t ; t hejpursnit of Christ and He fell back and Nobody knows and we do not know ourselves cf the legs. My 171& Laaa -
i There he is, thinking over the fortunes of With our best lands and in all seasons I atect by Its J'U<& ,
7" .: the back down lower down lower, chasm be- which point we want to take, when (wholesale fish dealer) naturally elallj in U.dla as s ot te Sou'awe t.are aorqnaled.as from WOR'TA3USHED
coming day, with something of the it i possible to raise ten bushels of busies til* HrlC material
I low chasm, pit below pit until he seemed we ought to minds what God i I bad I Iprbtu.C beds and 3)
1'1'J J feeling of Wellington the before, mak up our leas me to damp ples. was so the great Charity .0 $ lN.L
,. 4 night t strike the beets to the same ground that p&U.nti&nn&UY. ScudenU bale no ho.pltl fees ?
o bottom of objurgation and will have space
us and in walk and I suffered
Waterloo, or of Meade and Lee the night I do point our spear ; cud not nght fea.fay par and peclai. instruction is |iily (given the btxtnd ,- IOtNDaY AND MACHOT
I I before Gettysburg. There he stands in scorn and torture. Oh, the long, lond tat direction, and then hurl our body, will produce one of corn. The cost of L ; I tried Sapaa adal of the title. .In no aildrews other JUUOI For cat* ATLAS cxeniE xJBo

: I the night, and to himself: j ubilant shout of hell at the defeat mind soul time, eternity at that one tar raising i only about three times that of tinctures, they no logrues ProC or infomatlon.S. K. CHAI1.1. 1- 3f. D..Dean. IOHN E. RANOLE A. COW stomp
,
says
,' "Yonder is the division in ambush on Lord God Almighty! g our pulpit and pews, and Sunday- of corn per acre, and the feeding value J I good and I was afraid of being a cripple. <'I ffP.: O.Drawer 2C1. : Orleauta, _.WNAUrns_ I-

.. i the west side of AL Here is the division L But let not the powers of darkness "re s"hool and prayer-meetings, we want to of an acre of beets a supplemental I finally commbnced usig BRAXDRETH'SPILLS. PEACE ISSTITTTE. jioR GIRL A1D FRANK SCHO
'_li joice j quite so soon. Doyou hear that disturbance get a reputation for saying pretty things, n I tk two night for ten Q LDUS tJ!_*'
I have under my especial command on the feed to corn is equal to five or more ever Tbe fall tne flrat Wednesday -
in the nd so I cmmencl'n
tomb of Arimathea? we point ou spear toward the nights, iprve continued ,Wednesday in
f north side of AL There the old Ifl in ( clo5.
b is city hear the sheet rending! What owers; or we want a reputation for saying acres of corn. taking them for fory ad I got June Spt- t department of instruction filled
It 4
slumbering In its sit To-morrow will be BuildIng
that store hurled the side of the sublime and entirely well. Now, whenever take by experienced and accompliified teaher -
c % the battle. Look! the morning already dow thing we point our After setting the dog on the tramp sick lance and well equippedwteara heat pu and
hill? Push Him back; the dead must not spear toward ; or we want to get feeding the potato beetles with paris Bl RETI'S PILLS. They neer electric light water tnroughjt Special
begins to
the
tip bills. from-iaufamtlv. Correspondence -
J I stalk in this open sunlight Oh i is our a reputation tor historical knowledge, : J. N. HABSI3. rates for 0 ,' The military officers of Ai look out in Joshua. Let Him come out. He comes and we point our spear toward the past; green, and enticing the book agent -- Uev. J BairwcU A S.-K .9. C a-BAM SUM MM *i y MM] _: ;;

the morning very early$ and, while they into the bull We Plowman No 's life, whether as to happiness
fort and starts for the city. He takes or we want to get a refutation for liberality pasture tr x.

:t' do not see the division in ambush they the'spear of the Roman guard and points so we swing our spear al around; asks. "what is to b done with that or usefulness, ever consisted in "the ATHENS FEMALE COLLEGE.Chartered .

$ behold the other division of Joshua, and that way. Church militant marches upon and it strikes all points of horizon. greatest enemy of a thrifty farm-the abundance of the things which ho ps 1843. Athens. Alabama place of :
'. : the "To arms! To !" So Christ in the health and refinement. buildings neatly
cry arms rings taught Toror
and
one side and the church you can make out of it whatever sessetb
triumphant
organized.
you who knows too much to learn of COm3IOI.
man AU the
j through all the streets of the old town, down on the other side. And Ithe powers please; while there is the old proud '' and experience confirms the truth fri.be of nper" I Cheap.Thorough ouC.u : J

and every sword, whether hacked and of darkness being caught between these rebelious and armed world righteousness other Let him alone. He will die of the teaching. To bo at peace with God School. Attached a BasID' School-* thoroocScoorM -

; \ bent or newly welded, is brought out and rank of celestial and terrestrial .valor ; and instead of running al any some day, though perhaps before that and t do good in one's day and generations Writing.of Book-keeping Fill Term ; August S,.nocRpby.- T CADY.PC M

ill the inhabitants of the city of Ai pour is left of them save just enough further away from its we oughtto time the wise money lender will fore I much better than merely to be rich.- Cat u. .Bid opn Wf.HAM S,President.Southern ,_
: pursuit N. I" j> ata. z.
through the gates, an infuriated torrent, to illustrate the direful overthrow of hell turn around plant in the clos the mortgage on his far Independent. ,

: and their cry is: "Come-we'll make and our Joshua's eternal victorsOn His strength thE eteral God, lift the University i D. FUCI
t r quick work with Joshua and his !" oil It will be a ot progressive A Good Impulse.Don't ,
troops sig
head be all the crowns. In fis' be cross and point it in the direction of ALABAMA.
GREENSBORO.
P No sooner had thee people of Ai come hnl farming when the owner of swine saves balk your good impulses, .
all the scepters. At His conquest till the redeemed ofearth 1 that which incites pc.Iy RE.A 8 DREW8 1. U.UL.P..t
: out against the troops of Joshua than al thee clover for his hogs in winter or Ole you (rra.le. tbol
human hearts; and here, Lord is one marching up from one side and the goes fruitless medication for dysppsi kidney ough. Location healthfuL Errollment.225. Whole GENERAL COMMISSION I
fit Joshua gave such a command as he seldom them. of Heaven marching down from further and preserves in a silo sweet : trouble, fever and ague annual expense need rvt ez-e d 1150-4113. The
1 gave: "Fall back!" Why they and instead Hosteller's Stomach Bitters next session pptcmb 19, 1SS8. For Catalogue 909 FrauC S&d. Measphle ]
: Lesson the second: The triumph of the tie other side, the last battlement of sin with which to winter and help adopt opens f 5CaZTARY. CO. .
cor address V. PETEftX EnCL AT ml T
could not believe which the
their
Is10shua's '
own ears. is supplements important credential
compiled to swing out the streamers of HIDE9. FURS AND .
is short Did .
wicked you ever see an army fatten his hog The possibilities of .
I falling him? of long and successful career,with
courage Emanuel. Oh 3
Church of God take
0 ? There nothing so uicoutrolabft. aim the commendation of the A MOTlt caakaad.
1 hog with the right kind of STA"OJ
The $100 to
retreat is beaten and the Israelites and rearing medca prfessin. $300 .
I you had stood at Long conquer. iiive it systematic Agent
are flying, throwing blankets and canteens Bridge, U.ahington I during the opening have heard it said: "Look out for a silage are beyond reckoning. We must n tri. MALE ACADEMY. can furnish their own hone give their

; A an every side under this worse than Bull of our cvil war, you would know what man who has only one idea; he is irresist- have more hog the farm to make SOME girls: are ma'dem! all while t the hU5e A feW Spare-vacancies moment 1'| aafd
i plye' II C"
1. Run defeat. And you: ought to hear the is i ible." I Look the The foror. For handsome of the .. ,I
to an army run. And when those men say: out for .man who more cost of wintering others arc ma.rtoas: for best ILLrTTlcATALOtJ I .OI'SOCO. 1012. *
'w soldiers of At ch.er, and cheer, and of looked has one idea and that determination a lw u- equipped yntn: :..TI mT _
Ai out and saw those men a is i the drawback ; but with PU"LurU1& Chrmidc. men ant boys in ,
; : eheer. But they huzza too soon. The o for I "% present -,.. UAJLG 4tCAD EM'F. STA';sTo. U.
in soul-saving. believe od would b .
a
,
Joshua stampede they expected c:-y clover, silage apples and roots there VIR61 NEEDLES. '
men lying in ambush are straining theirrision work. They would scatter them as the strike me dead if I dared to point the ---Fou men played cricket-single JSTAD-SD

: to get some signal from Joshua equinox the leavEs. 0, the gleeful and in any other Oh, ;for may be an immense increase with a BUSINESS ThoTraufralSenlforwli '
directon.
wicket. NELSON'S
I One Runn
spar named
i was one SHUTLESJt
that they may know what time to drop jubilant descent the men of Ai upon the of the courage enthusiasm: of corresponding prft. A good breeding lists BlILOCK]
:,, F the city. Joshna takes his burnished was Dunn, one was Wunn and one was tLocetwro
upon Joshua! COLLEGE
exhilaration He is
investment
men of Joshua! But their was flung two armies from the sow a good with a _

I pear, glittering in Ihe sun like a shaft of brief. for the tide of battle turned and tip of that spear. I is sinful for us to I I I! little] more faith in the natural foods Nunru Runn went i first, got on The MEMPHIS, TENN.the le* 51IOfl1U.D, :D ,

I doom and points it toward the city, and these quondram conquerors left their rest, unless it is to get stronger muscle i,: j for swine. mn, got run out and so was HIKE eheap.t riuar baul SHoilTIIASi B!J SOLDIERS ;

when the men up ronder in the ambush miserable carcasses in the wilderness of and fresher brain and purer heart for none then Munn got one and Dunn got serter,reliec.

i; : tee it, with hawk-lite swoop they drop Bethaven. So it always is. The triumph God's work. I feel on my head the handsof I -Oats are made up of 6G per cent done but Wunn three a.W.KeCOUICX A.MIS,taeIwt_ .a.1aJAM

g upon Ai and withopt stroke of sword or of the wicked is You make Christ in 0 new ordination Do you of kernel and 34 per of husk. ; got and won .*wu area m? ,
short
: 4 stab of spear take the city and put it to thousand dollars at the gaming twent. feel the same omnipotent pressure? There j: The husk almost- wholly cent woody fiber. I Runn had run faster he would have 1.tn..d-.m.wm..n4,,ei.fn.e4re

i the torch. So much for the division that is a work for all of Oh that i got two runs, and Dunn might have lOEALCRAYONLlTHO.POlClevelandThurmansrHarrla
7 you expect to keep it? You will die in us. we might .
I Hence when 33: cents is paid for a Btuintea, Shorthand and EngtUh Training
was in ambush. How about the division the poor house. You make a fortune stand up side by side and point the spear got one too, yet these two would then ehool. St. Ix>on. Mo. fur wit Ia-ltak Frame Mr-tor hr ate. GNO.JieIeUU.
t. ; under Joshua's command? So sooner does by iniquitous tr Do you expect toward the city! It ought to be taken. I I bushel of oats, the valuable food substance have got Wunn. If Wunn Sad cr"a. Send 2e. tor List tl Caapatfa nqnidua.TCVie 5J

; t Joshua stop' in the flight than all his to keep ? fc will It will be tiken. Our cities are driftingoff contained in the grain costsnearly a many a LINDENWOOD COLLEGE SM2SS uns,0 O.acreIkd
!l men stop with him, *nd as he wheels they i money '! had not run, Runn might have won, ICAA& Ul&lnral and gnttug hurt I
toward loose
b : scatter, or it will stay long enough to relgion or what is I 1J cents per pound, or }.> per i Session opens ept. 1911*. ia all itatppoinunenu Address GODJ KY 4&POBTJUC.BI'
but when Xunn t1rst11
had done Dunn
wheL for in a roico of thunder he cried got ,
: called -
fcr -
L curse children after Christianity, which is so Higher sJ-sAaI 11115?MI7 -
your you are "lbra ton Against corn at 56 cents a bushel El" t..HDC '
11 dead I I SEND
FOR
"Halt! One strong arm driving back a liberal none and so Wunn aenu CATALCES.
the
Call over the roll of bad who gives up all cardinal won .
torrent of men pros. or bran at $'JO per ton. oats are I) D.. Mo.
tro-Sps. And then
flying he thuS
as doctrines of the -
t pered and see how short was their Bible, so liberal that it PISOS CUfiE FQaCONS
: points his spear through the- golden light perity. For awhile like the men of pros-Ai, surrenders the rectitude of the throne of seen to be 75 per cent dearer than -My son, don't jump at conclusions r.Q-Iv-rr P.tTR0N': of r the Flay RY ACADEMY

:.: toward that fatal cijty, his troops know they went from conquest to but the Almighty. That is liberality with either. Oats, however, are useful for when you see a man going t the bank our new system MIL .ment and teaching

: that they are to start for it. What a after awhile disaster rolled conquest back upon a vengeance. Let us decide upon the feeding horses on account of the quantity wit his head in tha air and the double mile frum progress in a bOY'1 1 and character. Six SUMMER RESORTS f

.' scene it was when the division in ambush] i them and'thEY were divided into three; work wnich we, as Christian men, have to of husk they contain. and their of two twenty dollar ostentatiously end COL LLN.Lrnvipa. LorX3Tn.LX.Kr. '

which had taken the city, marched down Misfortune took do, and, In the strength of God, to bi
parts: their property go VIEW
,
THE MOUNTAIN
against the men of Ai on the one side, : the took their work and do it. peculiar nitrogenous character, n the sticking out the leaves of TSfflTYflAllBOlRMG SCHOOL for BOB
lost
grave
y:; ; and the troops und r Joshua doubled up:, world took their soul.body I am andjthe: interested I believe that the next twelve gluten of the oats i worth about three I Ir h bank-book. He may not b going Near Lonistlue., Ky. Next se-sion begins September AND COTTAGES AT COOKS'*I
their enemies from the other I \ mont U. Te as to character required. Ad- wilt open for the reception of fneaMei
side times
and much tmonlal
i the starch of the to !
in the building of theaters and I will be the most stupendous year r a a deposit f.e thousand dollars i dress K.L. : ,head m& telol the Ri.Rer. they are situated immediately oa tiM<

: I-, the two men hurricanes of Ai were ot caught Israelitish between these the building of dissipating saloons. I I L IL that Heaven ever saw The nationsare eorn. twenties. He may be going to take upa T.U.Dudley.D.D..box 87, .Louisville. Kentucky.NOBMAL Ry.Birmingham in the mountains X miles of Alabama west of,Aanj XZ*r

courage, like to have them built of the best quaking now with the .. la always a at delightful i
graaltoand cooling note that close to I clltu
ninety-day ,
I thrust ttooneTille .
before and "Is"
dV behind i s
stabbed
STI'E.
in: a ain The water consists
I 4 / breast and back, ground between the upper have the rooms made large and to of God t will be a year of suc SILOS AND ENSILAGE. protest that the recording angel i listening I'urtisUc.Location b athu! 8itaiun". f-qmpments admirable. Building, pbu al.chaybat and pure fe"bt
have the pillars made God C t'S the men of Joshua, but of atru. ezcel"n
i S I ; and nether millstones of God's indig Terrfrm i 6 to hear the notary svcar.-Bur- Influence euoobhnl.TeabiD. new-mil. Pupils ..nthuII&te ; nice bath-rooms for.propre'b'
going to will doom for the meen of AL You What Experience Ilaa Taught a aOe
nation. Woe to the city of Ai! Cheer conquer they put your Pogress Acccmod tons lt-da. Expenses minimum. In a few steps of the hotel. tolj 1
turned into asylums and art galleries and ea to the rail-track and you can hear the lie Ohio Farmer. fctte. J. C. B .SJG: B.S.,PHISCIPAUCWEIWOOD most modern plan. and has overLOarMI
for .
the .
of Israel .
triumphs !
: and
*- lenes: rooms newly'
churches. The stores in which' fraudulent train coming miles 1 For the benefit readers who falhe .
away. .
S put myear your URT STArxro VA. fect; N <
: Ld&son. -At of the recent 8EJI opens boa o
tLa first
t : : There is such a thingu men do busings*. the splendid tc the ground and I hear the thundering propose silos allow me to one public school Oaepl.n Supnor lo.ittioncomiort..and pr risitors cmfrbl C

victorious retreat Joshua's falling banking institutions where the president on of the lightning train of God's buiding examinations, among the questions commodate thoroughness increased of state the method of and the ] Art and or ad : : t back was the first chapter in his success. and cashior put all their prop-rtv in their mercies and The mercy of building asked was: With what crime was specialty. Pupils from patrnJIe Texas, Terl aT. CLAUt CO ..
-J.- tul besiegement And there judgent : cause of a failure in i moerte Catalogue add J.L.MASS .
are times in God first partial preserving .
wives' hands
and then to
: fail for )o1) i upon this nation. Lord Bacon charged? To which the .MI I I
four life when the best thing yon can daIs all : be the ensilage. During the I 3IAKT COLLEW MAMMOTH CAV
these
institution' are to the I wi preached in the pulpits, in thea. j ST. KY. (Marion Co) GR1AT -'
: to run. Yon wete the victim hopeful youth responded by inspiration unusual adranta once of and'hot a i p31Sli .
places wher honest Christian men do t on the streets, evrwhere. People I years of 1886 and 1887 the drouth ful Thorough Ilud. .and bealth m.r re"ofl In the United tte BoaraiJjhr
strong drink. The-lemijohn and the de- bu will be invited : Wit writing Shakepeare's tem of discipline. KoaCATAljnsrB.addn>. 1' J Klnrtion i
c : :' ranter *
were fierce foes. FE Kj.KA.VA3T4.ireH
your They s { Er.MCJ' c
cam* Philadelphia
and the
i I j down with How long will i take your boys to get Gospel. story, and the song, and pastures and meadows were almostdestroyed ply! ort
upon you greater fury than the your ill-gotteu gains? The wickeddl the prayer, wi ba "mercy." But sup American. COLLEGE HOLE Co to the MOUNTThree
: men of Al upon the men of Joshua. Your though : in some portions of this .-.- X188
-4 n, live out half their days. Fo'r: pose they do accept the offer of mercy _" Music. BoapitS. "' TU'Uon.M mineral water Baa ainir.
Do .n. springs; ;
I think asked Mrs.
I -I" only safety is to get away from them awhile they swagger and strut and makea -what then? Then Gd will come with L county. My stock consisted of about you Pepper 1 i 1A1IXTY.le't .etc.: good fare; reasonable)r

j* Your around dissipating for companions will comb great splash in the newspaper but Hi judgments, and grasshoppers will I 80' head on a farm of 100 acres. With "that a little temper abadthi.ngin 0 nnnFy COLLEGE For ROTS: and T P.B1HOl-.5unplel'.O..lLUJILD1I0UITAII I

A. youroverthrow. Run for your after awhile i all dwindles down into a; the crops, and the freshet will devastate pastures and meadows almost ruined I a woman?" "Certainly not ma'am," BOWUNU ( ncen. Tb. moet
life! Fall back
drinking saloon.! Fall Fall back back from from th the e brief paragraph: the valleys, and the defalcationswill began to investigate the best methodof replied a gallant philosopher, "it i a Tat Wel1NDWED.fales at Tnltoa 1 a..Yea.Board Catalogue.IEARN In pn-. for circular to ilmerres0FIeWine 11.ILL rir.Most'

: Died July K. 1H, \ swallow the money markets, and the thing, and she ought never me I
wine party. Your flight is your advance! suddenly at thirty-fire fires will burn the cities, and the building silos. After visiting several goo t AVKMJE3I SPKIXGS. AOJC. '
years of age. Relatives and friends ef earth aIOaTI-D.T HOKE Thor- litITSIgiWalT1-
Your the .i. sorTiirJi '
is
retreat
It your victory. There is a fat1y and gaining ail the information i" ,, '
.taloondownon a JnvteJ: to attend the funeral on will quake from pole to pole. Year of mercies k ticnlar, >'. D. BENYJ: 8ndforpal. fO
: the next street that has day at two o'clock from his late residence on I and of Year of that could b obtained of the owner "
1 judment mvit-
ki almost
1 been the ruin of your souL Then, Madison Square. Interment tion and HIT A wf. A. If. K. F.
at Greenwood. .warning. Year of jubilee and builders of I by ? IEI.KT: rxpar .
1 why do you go along that street? Why sios. commence SIC W.T.Po,'.ter. ShelbyrUle.
and of woe. Which side Ky.
Some of them jumped off the are you going to
:' I- i do you not pass through docks digging a ditch 2\ feet and about : WDJ'I WIUTD& TO .un"EKT E
.. someother Some of them took prussic Some of be on? With the men of Ai or the men IT5IO!COLLFGEoT LAW.rhlr.ffiK j-n Term the n. A1efdlul11IN1PS
2 feet be. etateXDWICHT'Sxl w
street rather than by the acd deep, and filling it with cobble U 7-
?*. r place them fell under the snap a Derringer: of Joshua? Pass over this Sabbath into Ssptl J'orclld.lBtb.CbICIr ,.,-
: e of your calamity? :A spoonful of brandy stones. On these cobble stones thefoundation
the ranks of Israel t would
pistoL Some of them spent their L clap my
taken for
p medicinal lat :
purposes by a man in the joy. of wall was built with good
days lunatic You
who twenty years before had been a asylum. Where are, hand your cmig. I #
:. from reformed William Tweed and his associates? \ a poor chance world sandstone. An excavation was .. '

I and drunkenness the grave one hurled of the into best inebriety Where are Ketcham and Swartwout absconding and the world to come without Jesus. Yoa I from 1 to 2 feet. for the bottom mae I .

b : friends I ever had.' Your retraat is your swindlers? Where is James can not stand what is to come upon you L silo, and over it cobble stones were i 4
4 the ilibertine? Where" is John and upon the world unless you have the
victory. Here is : Fist
:
converted infideL Ha and covered with
pounded a good coat
Booth, the assassin, and all theother pardon and the comfort and the help ofChrist '
is
t so strong now tuhis faith ia the
Gospel :
of Portland The
; he ray he can read misdemeanants! The wicked do Come ovr. On this side is your cment studding

: you reading?. Bolhigbroke any thing. What are not live out half their days. : happiness and safety, on the other side is I was' 2x12 inches, well-braced, placed TO MAKE :
Andrew Jack Diiembge -
: ,
0 world of : and despair. Eternal _
darkness! disquietude defeatto
r son Davis tract? 2 .: ,feet apart, covered tight 'J.
J. t Tyndall's Glasgow brand. and IL, and Robert Robes, the men of Ai I Eternal victory to the : A
University address: Henr with barn boards and DELICIOUS !
: J. Drop them and run. men of Joshua! paper over them BISCUIT
; pierre ,
:: You will be an infliiel btro die blistering and blaspheming dthen with the best of '
Jon unless i ; siding I LD I I
and side : ,
ashen ...
: lips out .
you quit that These men of Ai will hs : The S .two coats the ASH YOUR GROCER FOR, -

be too much for yob. Turn your back on triumph of the wicked shor" Ala JUDICIOUS READING. '*.. pat completed out "
% the rank and file of unbelief. Fly before for the men of Ai when 5 E&de. The of the silo was DWI6HFS COW BRAND"

out his spear the city! Literature Wboe Studious braced,plastered and _
they cut you with their swords and trans towar DlcUc'm.lthe cemente.
V \
fix you with their javelins. Lesson the : How much maybe PY of Great BDelt : tr in number 12x16 fet ad ; \ \ AUD TAD NO OTHEBf .
.
accomplished by lying in ambush Almost any one who thinks a moment .
for
There are people who have been well- opportunities 18 feet high, making a capacity for a
ruined because Are you hypercritical of upon h.literary tastes, and the manner in
nigh they risked a'
fool which 200 tons of ensilage. The silo
Joshua's has nearly
gratified
hardy in maneuver. Do you say that it them b aston .
expedition the
; presence of: ished at amount of was built in connection with a stable,
,/ mighty and was cheating for him t take that city by: that reading that; '.
overwhelming
b j and the men of Ai;made a morning temptations meal ambuscade Was it wrong for Washing he has done; and, i he reads hastily, ha under the same roof and a portion of MRS. DARTS TRIPLETS.President AoEJTEJa.E1pQsmogou1oTJIjJ'
ton to will surprised the liVe
kindle
of them. So also there is such a thing camp-fires on the New Jersey b thought he the building.

.,.t victorious retreat in the religious world.as : ht'ight giving the impression to the has given to h meut food.Too A few days after the silo was filled Cleveland Prize for Uw three beat

I 1W' Thousand of time; the kingdom of opposing force that a great army was en much can not b given to babies a the Aur Cut Fair I 1 was
Chris
there when there entertaining and instructive and covered a bulging could plainly given t Id CINCINNATI
ad
b
t. has capJ was none all? ltrtr. tpet Ry.
fceemea to fall bac When
". the bloodof a Mrs. Dart Hamburgh. .
From books chan
It the o
if the a man learn what the,
siding
the Scotch COT anters gave a deeper answer, war was right then Joshuawas : may sen. icraunti was wrt I Last August the hole ones became
dye to the heather: the Highlands right in his stratagem. He violated. cot observers and the able>t thinkers in over two inchc out of a straight line. very Kck ad aa I could get D other food that .
when
the Vaudois of Frince; chose extermination no flag of truce. He broke no treaty but al experience post ages and have learned only by painful L The prmr inside the silos was s Lactated with tm cec the U .,- --. .' /
,. t *- by 0 lawful ambuscade captured the thought; he may lear and they Fo te Iey. -
rather than city as
make ;
unchristian that the cemented walls wer In wel
surrender what the most great gave eU. c
phenomenal
of Ai. geniuses of the
: Oh, that we all knew how to lie in cider it largely the that they
I when on fct? Bartholomew's Te \
mounted assassins rode Day ambush for opportunities to serve God last century never dreamed of. Or, i h way,, letting in more or less air on the are no 1 we.

'tT through the: The best of our opportunities do not lie tastes lie in a different direction, may ensilage, which rendered a portion of Oj.biiidphoco.oftlie&rmlett tcntfre to the moUier
streets of Paris frying: "Kill! Blo 1t find in books and yearLactated
letting good inAugust: Kill! Death to on the surface, but are secreted; by tact, spirited companions newspapers illumining entertaining life it unfit for use, and it will ru b

1 Huguenots! Kill!" when .Lady Jane by stratagem, by Christian ambuscade beauty, wit and sympathy.The wU quite an outlay in perfecting te silos Food t. _
you can take almost castle rmauc
I '' Grey.'s head rolled from the executioner's Christ. any of sin for sience and history of aman's this season. Had the studding been -" .

L.:. l '. block when Calvin was imprisoned in the< regular besiegement Come up towar men with -a occupation nt. may be showa by 2x16 inches and 16 to inches apart I It the them best Food for bottle-fed ble I keep -
/ hi 2 well and
4 ;e : castle when John! Knox died for the argument and you the which the little i b t med
will be defeated but chatr think the silo would have stood the when
S ; just wait the ty the a l
truth, when John
Bunyan lay rotting in unt stamped Br a
hve paper.
.
door of on
.' : '. Bedford jail sayiug: their hearts i set ajar-or they; course of reading the professional man, test and not have been damaged. THE MOST PALATABLE

U ; "If Godill htlp me and my physical are on is their gar or their severe caution the man in public life, the journalist, the Moral: Never trust too much t the NUTRITIOUS, adDICESTIBLE
V and then
psi : life continues I '.ill stay litre until the on them away from Christian drop in scientist the merht the mechanic, the builder, or t those who advocate a FOOD. ;

." 4 .- ;- t moss grows on my"eyebrows rather' than There has been 3 many a man ambuscade up to his farer-i bref any i any feld- cheaply-built silo. My cattle are. fed EASILY PREPARED. iU8LEEcatj. SatIIIRt of lbs NorthiistaJ

give up my faith. The days of retreat chin scientific may gather of knowledge whch on ensilage once and the At 25c. .,
for the Church were days of i portfolios which provedthere be of the most immediate and w L daily during Dris OOc., S'.0.p UNSURPASSED .
,: b victory. was no Christ and no Divine revelation value to him. ptc winter the analyses of the TH B D Xo ZCOTOMCAL FoD DISPbA Y.

Tee Pilgrim Fathers fell back from thetbt'p his pen a scimt'ta dang into the Such butter have not shown del aor ISO Meals for an Infant '
1 iii. 4' tIl', ttrt :1\1 .I a course of reading can any fo .0.
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