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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:00192
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ADVERTISING RATES: PROFESSIONAL + .- ?

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IURVEWG.CIVIL( ENGINEERING to --. how why It Is held. TIle'bee pool AN EXCELErrr IDEA. NEW YORK FASO '; '
'gnero.150s 00' 4 '10(01500( I saw two little children March-1889.. ; "I"'.... < :; .
puerea J 60 S 16 am. R. F. Two little LD.Chicago ble reason for the aoa-delivery of i ..1U\"i\' .' .Y >r.
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it square. pL I I 0/ 10 ; 11 0065, 00 The baby(girls P. 0.. letter is when it back the,Establishment o* Railroad Chanting Cloth Coatmn** '
one comes
1! lIQuarrs 10 It 18 30 00'I OIQIL,; with raven tresses. is bearing and Insurero Panda. ; tmg to Ute
Iqu&res ID 15 Si0 00 Y6 50 OOsO, 00 1\TGXN.EJEn.. Tlrf other golden curls. used for the protection of the office. in vivid red letters the ominlous word There The La&'j' .
By chance stand by each other If, for instance the ought to b* connected with: Empire polonaise t< ,,,...... _+ -T v
Ten cent a Hoe for the first and five cents t STARKE, FLA. Upon "card" says returnto 'Deceased. Chicago Journal large railroad for slender ,
the every "
women'handsome
busy street organization young .
/f ; :
such and such hotel ;r
a the
:> IlneforewheufortleseidntUsoem/nh Dnugbtlog. And as i if some unseen clerk certain funds in cloths "'
up D 8sUmat.So leveling apuit coetHbuted: partly by of two
; eta., AUTHOR
AND ft
anted wIth eta: Introduced might be apt to AQENT. .
the offic. aocuraey and pigeon-hole them in- >
application at dl8pa&ob. each sweet, +
the trimmed ; .
with .
Tfll'lIUI"", g6 per day, cash 1'beYIOR embraced each other stead of mailing them voluntary action of employe: wide gold beefy *J- (

And kissed a kiss of loveAn stqmp at once. The The Mournful of the Different Two la the OonOltlM which would provide' for hospital front of the waist crossed and recros..- .: ,, 7-" r'';

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Imagery of angels Hon. John W. Individual service, retiring pensions;; sick pea- wlththickl y-re: FPS ribbons. A green.J :" :'_ :. -
Before God's throne above. Chicago Inquiry DiT., Bickle one of th ,
One year ................. ............tl 00Hz I. 0. HAYNES March -, 1889, wealthiest and stone and insuranCt'' :against accident cloth polonaise bordered with gold '. r
: monthe..r.............................. 60 And as they.were embracing, tlnmatlable, the most consequently, one of and death. Every xaan whose name braid two inches wide is made up over ,?- '
AH aubsortptions must be paid invariably In I thought a world lllte this is put on all matter highly-respected men In thi has once been enrolled! a tan cloth skirt with -
advance. Wo discriminations /iafarorof n Could treasure seat to the Dead Poplar Shade In the permanent the lower ." .
any. ElOT nothing neighborhood walk ;
body..Communications. -X- :i: S 9 Than a baby's kiss: purer Letter Office at Washington, and In ing in his was employ of the company; should Be sleeves of taa-color, also the plastron : '-

Interest. solicited from upon all all parts matters of the of county.local Bat A they had childhood's pureness, the last are included unpaid and mis- ing the perfume garden one of the evening, breath entitled to the benefit; of these funds; while the bust has heavy corded green ,..y.... ...t :r'=-.

i Office rer Jones' Brick Bloci. Bo eaoh truth forsook they could the other not hide directed mail matter. Yow would be flowers, when a limping early traveler spring and he should be derived of it only ribbon crossing in Empire.fashion, and .. I ;

__ ---- For its mother's bide; I astonished to know how many letterswe stained and unattractive in dress > by his own voluntai'y act, or as the hanging nearly] to the floor a trifle to" :N .r .

SECRET SOCIETIES. GEO. For they had baby wisdom get, even of a very private nature, to the'fence came : consequence of some misdemeanoproved r the left of the front. The tan skirt If ;\ a'; a
BAISDEX up and in
Learned ere their mortal birth, that are When a gentle voice, before tribunal. At full and plain with two of :<
Meets Each open. so received, we said a present rows gold 'J- .
one knew
in ,
every Tuesday a mother was something compliment of the t ,. .
night at Odd Fellows' Painter and The purest thing on earth. guard against any charge of tamper shrubbery. Bickle turned around the railroad companies of this coon braid around it above a'hem. Tho I :.. : 1
and
.'Hall. Transient broth- Paper Hanger, Donald press.McGregor, in N. Y. Mail and Ex ing with them by affixing the stamp being instantly taken with the pleasing, try are under no inducement to estab polonaise' laps to the left side, and has : :j

ers cordially invited to --- Received at Inquiry Office, face of the i lish these mutual insurance societies l. a single triangular revers turned back: _
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attend. J. C. WILLS, STARKE, FLA. THE .4. Chicago P.. 0., unsealed. man replied: : orto contribute to them. Their service. on the waist, disclosing a plastron and : '.

Noble Grand. .ALL WORK INQUIRY OFFICE. And if the writer omits Dart of the "Yes the shrubbery is beautiful a1 1 in principle at lea**, is a shifting collar of tan-colored cloth. The rib .*y\- \
P. J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box ? GrAnANTE D. address this time of year, when the and ..n J .
and
41. the office takes the re young service, and, so lon;, as it is shifting bon then begins in the arm-hole on the -. .

Inner Workings of This Important{ sponsibility of supplying the county or gentle leaves, touching each other for the elaborate organl/itions which are right side, crosses to the left lowett. .l'

Independ cut Order of Red Men.] BUGG & WILLS, Postal Department. State, this stamp is affixed: the first"time seem to be thrilled." essential to the safe management oi i. down, then returns to the right ..r ..

Osceola Tribe No. I, Florida-Council Deficiency In direction[ supplied "Ah, responded the tramp (for indeed the funds referred to 2an not be called side at the waist line and f'' ", , fires kindled Wednesday's Sleep at Chicago P. O. won
t into existence. A tie reorosses as a wide sash '
Attorneys at Blind : i Empire
Law and as ft
their Wigwam' Starlae, Fla. Iladly.Directed Letters DeclphereA "Then there are any number of lit- a gentle expression), "I am glad tc up with ;
be ends
might called, between the dropping on the left.
Transient b others by Sharp Eyed, Quick-Wltted tle know companies '
are cordially invitedto places throughout the West which that this garden is owned by s r:
attend. J. O. HAT.NKS, Sacham. STARKE, FLA. Clerks; -Uses of the Many Different have no post of! their own, but get man who has that pure sentiment which and their ample;t's is a condition The sleeves are green from tho.top to < \ *

W. M. MEAOHAM, Chief of Records. Will praOt1cp III all the Courts Stamps Explained. their mail at the adjacent office. In leads up to an appreciation of suet precedent Were this* once effectedthe the elbows, and are pushed up in highS-.. ,:1 {
IA the Foart! rest would follow folds around the armholes below the "' -
'.D4 Firth Judicial Circuits. by steps, botll: ; : -
I such a case the- letter is returned dainty children of the forest""Won't
One of the natural and easy. For a like e elbows they are tightly fitted and of
most company ,
lion of Temperance. interesting departments stamped in red
in1'
with the following ; you come Hon. bit
Meets every ondnpnightinTempernncsall. in the post-offices of all large note: Bickle asked. the Union Pacific to contribute f 100- tan cloth; the upper full parts 'taper .. __' ; ,: tf

$ {Y Y. MEACHAM, W. P. ROBERT KEITH, cities is the "inquiry office." To this Returned tor better direction, '"Thank you, I shall be delighted 000 a year to a hospital; fund and re<'- downward, are pointed at the elbows ot't :" 1

J AXES MILL >\, Scrl e.I division are sent daily more than a From Chicago, 111., and, .accordingly entered the ; tirIng pension and insurance associations and are edged there with gold braid. .... ;

thousand letters which the March ]6. garden would be a email: matter. If th 4 This and similar picturesque dressed ": "

CUUKC1I: I DIRECTORY.iskpllat Attorney at Law public have misdirected, not directedat careless "We get a largo number of blank the ,honorable where%seated gentleman on a bench talked, he until and thing could be so arranged that th*, chosen for afternoon wear and for day .s+,

all, failed to stamp, or have left out envelops without any address. Some "twilight had deepened with permanent employes themselves would receptions are worn with an Empire ,

Church. STARKE, FLA. name of State county or town. At th times that only of the addressee is inserted of eve." a tinge contribute a like sum;. and permanent. poke bonnet or a projectine-brimmed < : + '

Chicago as the writer Intended to look employes only would contribute all. round hat the color of the cloth with
Post-Office at
Services at 1 :30 last "
: a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer I year 8,122 inquires "My dear sir, said Bickle, "I heal .l
meeting every'Wednesdny at 8 p.m. I were received for missing let up the address, or get it from a friend, the supper bell will not Once let the growth of ;association's like ostrich tips and wide loops of ribbon t ,

i I J. !1. CALDWXLL, Pastor. L. B. RHODES, tern, 90,382 letters wore posted without was not certain of the State, etc., and in our evening ;meal?"you join ui these begin, and it proceeds with al- trimming. ;'

Sunday Bct ol meet every Sunday( : stamps,'265,112 letters and 85,639 then thoughtlessly posted it without The stranger said he startling rapidity*. At the end often Other most graceful wool gowns are t'

morning at 10:}o. postal cards were misdirected and supplying the omission. To such we would. Several thought hi years the accumulated capital on: made of the widely-bordered camel's. j '
had
days
T.rBu o, Superintendent. Attorney Law 571,621 letters and 112,952 postal cards affix: one of the following stamps, as he had encompassed passed heavier since the basis of contribution suggested,: hair stuffs, with the border at the foot ,
any thing '
the would of the plain skirt. which is made
I, were unclaimed. In addition to thisvast case requires: than thin-bread probably amount to millions.* very
; "hand-out"
from
th
Received Every who ; round, with a great deal of fulness in
without address man was sc fortunate
Fresttyteiian Church. STARKE mass there was a large 1 back window of farmer's as to.
FLA. quantity
a kitchen
Services ever' Sunday at 10:30 a.m. of second, third and fourth class matter No post-office named. and he : become a permanentmploye of the: the back, where it hangs in natural '
No State named. was now ready to eat some "
I 11. B. lATTICE, Pastor. misdirected, unmailablo or No luch office in State named. thing. The company would then .be assured of: and graceful folds. The grayish Empire _
unclaimed stranger not introduced
Sunday. School_every Sunday at 10 a.m making the Returned for better directions. was provision in case of sickness: or disability green wools, with border of darker '
grand total to the handsome a
I* C..HULL Supt. A. L. The latter is sent woman who and his green half a yard deep around the i'"r .
SCOTT, M.D., amount to 2,0'>9,423 for the year. only through the presided at the ble-indeed Bickle family w uld be assured'of .. _. 1
carriers to it in i skirt, make tasteful with '
These Chicago firms. Thesostamps case of his rl.eath.-Charles very gowns
I LATE FROM startling figures show how had not asked the name of the j
.' ... .I1letiitodlet Church..Services -' UICHIQAJT. much of sheer carelessness, ignoranceand : farer-but this threw way Frances Adams, in Sc: iboor's Maga this simple skirt and a round waist +
', every Sabbath at 10:30 am. and 1 ft! II inattention Misdirected i no damp dish-rag zine. : ; opening over a gathered habit-shirt of ''
7:30 Rniln! prevails among the and upon an appetite that had longed for white or paler wool '
p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday n n hrg n letter- -- green ; revers of
writing
public. It is almost sympathy and something to take into OUR .
CHILDREN'S
and Thursday nt( .:30. f Illegally addressed. EYES. the siriped wool are made broad and -.,

1 t" O. D. TURNER, Pastor. l TERMS REASONABLE inconceivable how a per- we have constantly in use on accountof it's embrace. gladly and Wise Word Written 'short, and there is a wide sash cross '"

Sunday Schon every Sunday at 9 a.m person writing an important letter the bad chirography. The foreigners "Now, my friend"said Bickle, wHea Careful Mother. by ing the front of black moire r'.J .+'

I J. CIBARLKS KlCHAED, Supt Office at QasVIns' Drug Store. oftentimes containing valuables especially the Italians and the tho meal was finished, "let us go into Allow me to say a fow., words In regard ribbon with ends hanging down r."r -
and
carefully worded, seems tallow o Russian Poles before the library and smoke fragrant to- to the ''the left side. The r
-1 as stated, are the children' eyes. Years j' back of the ,,
1I TATE POWELL M.I). it caution to take a vacation when greatest culprits in this respect. We ba*co. ago when the childrei studied their I skirt is gathered to pass over the edgE

Cbrlplato Church. ; comes to addressing the envelope. often receive letters addressedperhaps Tho stranger said that he would go. lessons from their books, we did not I of the refund bodice, and modistes sup n _

..a Acts xi., 26i; Act: xzvi., 23; I. Peter Iv., 16. After an experience of twenty years In tbe How much of annoyance, heartbreak as follows: 'A. B., Chicago, Ill.' On During the past week he had smoked hear very much about their eyes giving port this by a very slight pad bustle zr '

4 dt,Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. \ta practice of his profession, has no hesitancy severance of friendships disaster in these wo put the stamp: cigar stubs crumbled into a clay pipe, out Let us consult blackboards I sewed to the edge of the bodice: The : '
promMnff the latest and mot; scientific business and other evils and the
T JO. P. YOUNG' Pastor. treatment. to those asking Ins!'ei"\lces. from sheer have ensued Fictitious. thought of smoking tobacco and see what they ca tell us about j full sleeves give the effect of high ,

Sunday SCboo each Lord's day at :3 p.m Calls to the cuuntry promptly attended has been carelessness after the letter "They are generally answers! to that had been subjected to no previous this world-wide subject Dear parents J folds around the armhole. ; but taper ,r : ,,, ,

jC. J. DENTON, Supt. Diseases of females and children a spesialty. It is like signed will never be known. newspaper advertisements, from which use. made his mouth water. and guardians, all 'per this broad 1 below in leg-of-mutton shape. Bed 1.,. 't.:: '
Office at City Drug Store, or at his rest- solving a series of puzzles. the of When they had lighted imported land cloths and India .
dance East Stark The name the paper has been omit how many hours-through the I red camel's hair in .tiiod', r.
t arjrus-eved clerk may immediatelydiscover ted. The stamps .. cigars, when they had yielded to sat day are your little children sitting in1 various shades are made UD. with a
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OPFICIAJL; DlUKCTOltY.Cljy the writer's concealed intentions Refused. isfaction's. perfect' enthrallment, Bickle school, staring at a blackboard upon west of white cloth wrought nearly all 4s ,

> F. J. FIELD, or he may have to conjure withit Unclaimed.In remarked: which are placed by the. teacher most hover with gold cord then draped from '

Officer*. for some time and then eventually dispute. "My dear sir, I was once a poor of the lessons for the da times :each side of the vest with white ben- .
MsyorL.. WitkovskLAldermen !+f have to are used when parties refuse ; many s
give it in to take
-W.J W. Bapp, U., D. Miner ri k M : n'l Work In PI :hrlrSTARKE is a tremendous up amount despair.of phonetic There the letter, newspaper or circular or man."Ah!" the lines being so fine And pale they galine:: folds that cross at the waistline 4
under short belt
(leorga E. Pc, L. D.Wall, S.F.Gardiner. dificient could not be easily read, more than a of the white cloth
spelling of names of places, and each pay postage. When parties "Yes, as poor, doubtless, aa !
Clerk-B, E. Alvarez.TreasurerWalter you are half two-thirds the way across the with gold cording. Other red-clotb f .
nation are not found after :
has its peculiarities in this being properly ad now.
Wills. FLA. re- room, but the children aro required to redingotes have the odd. decoration of

Mtrshal-E. D, Walt. ALL spect. Every day the two clerks in vertised, or when firms dissolve and "Impossible." see them all the way across: and from COpper cording instead, of gold. Cop

Assessor-T. W. Sweat.. ,, WORK GUARANTEED. Box41. this department have about two hundred both claim the mail, and until matters "Oh, no, not impossible, but a fact. the remotest corners. Many of the per shades oi cloth are made up over '

t tough letters to puzzle over. In are amicably settled it is returned to I started out as an editor, but saw the children when first looking at the ;very dark blue velvet skirts, with a-
t PEEK & F1UZEE making out the town the writer or the Dead Letter Office. sheriff .
or State place rude hand
.. Count r Officer they When a on my ten board do not see much'of any thing, 'Vest of blue velvet, striped lengthwise,
compare the handwriting with other i a letter without a stamp la de- der plant I tried
i other
County Judge-W. Malphns. .. ; numerous call- but by looking .sharp for with copper cords in the long redin-
very
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. Attorneys at Law and Notaries parts of the letter and often unravel posited, and there is no return card on ings, but was forced to tramp. At lastI few seconds the lines ,reveal them a gote. A novel way of brightening
the
-. Sheriff-H. W. :jEpperson.Taz .- the mystery in that manner, as many envelope, a notice of detention is started out canvassing for a sub selves. This, friends Black-cloth redingotes is to edge the ,
my ,
Ass Mer-3. E.Walnright.Tax make their K's, It's, U's and W's in sent to the addressee and the stamp scription book, en-titled, 'Three Squintsat meansstrained braided revers, collar and cuffs with a "

Collector-M. M. Hale. STAHKE: BRADFORD CO., FLA.Abstracts such tt hieroglyphic way that when they Held for postage' is put on the face the Holy Land and a Nod at the weakened eyes, and strait;a; eyes mean Harrow piping i fold"of light yellow' .

Suptrintendtfntjof Schools- J. L. Hill. write down Solomon it looks more like and the other stamp 'Sent notice of River of Jordan.' Well, sir, wealth or diseased :optic nerves, c(=loth. Greens with tan-color, and t.

County 8u"eYQr-W. H. Edwards, C.R. pecmlty. .of Title and Real Estate Law Nebuchaduezz"ar. Tho clerks are often detention,' is placed on the back. An began to pour in upon me, and. aftera possibly no eyes at all, it all depending ;y.greens with black copper with ,

'County Commissioners. Witkovski, a. Abstracts furnished chewing every PecJ, puzzled by the abbreviating habit of alphabetical record in books for the few I had made upon the severity cthe strain. blue that is almost plum-color and ,
years enough
D.B. Knight, E.'A. ToJd, W. H. Pin hoi' Mortgage Lien. Tax sale. Judgment, Attachment money Even when the work is distinct dark beaver browns with dark fur. are K ,
and all matters of public'! recent and tile our hurried people. IIere, for instance, purpose is made of the letter fwd it is to buy this beautiful place." r:+
Iter, M. V. Smith. for children who haven fashionable colors for 'wool ; '
affecting Title of Kcal Estate: weak gowns.
in Bradford held
is a case in point: for two weeks subject to order. "I also
had.something to do with the j1ite .
county. Florida, up to date of Abstract.HEADQUARTERS the distance
eyes man is
"Wmsport." If the writer, as is often the case, subscription book business," the visitor reat that the so i; Old Hutch's Secret. --t' ,
air
Governor tae OOcer It looked like Jonesport, but no such comes and pays it or the addressee replied. ? wav between J i I 'k
-F. Fleming, Jacksonville. the tired K P. Hutchison, better known as Old
and
poor
the
place could be sends the stamps, it is marked "Ah and ivys .
and
found after some 'post- you were not successful11
Secretary of Btate-John L. Crawford, FOR board cause the lines to'waver and. Hutch, astonished the world by the manner rr! :g: .
Crawfordville. thought the clerk concluded that the age subsequently paid by the writer,' 4flfo, I made nothing." I. &which be manipulated the Chicago wheat +
F'IRII ZN'SUEI..A.N"O writer meant or by the addressee. When the "That's flicker and especially[ is J.l'1is; the case aurket e
AUorney.GeneralWilliam Lamar,Yon. Williamsport; sent it writ- strange. Probably you did -maktng'tlaeaidtheenormonsanm s
ttcello. Representing the Liverpool and London hero and found that his surmise was er's address is on the envelope end no not study the art of canvassing." when the light Is poor au.J the ventilation of 15,000.000, on his wheat deals, in less

TrcasDrer-F. J. Pone, Macclenney. and Globe Company. correct post-stamp has been affixed, the letteris "I did no canvassing." bad. Any thing put :;>h the board than a month. Eccentric; possessed of

:Commissioner of Agriculture, B. Another class which gives annoyanceis returned marked 'returned for post "What did you do?" for children to see, whether old or Ijttle! education, his success seemed marvclcftis. ,

Wombwell.ComptrollerGeneral. the "smart Aleck" who writes in aback age..' This stamp is in constant use "I wrote the book that you sold. young, should have large* proportionsand |Bis friends and those who know him best i

-W. D. Barnes. L. C. HULL hand. The clerk on account of the Well I broad clear lines throughout; BOno
: places such let carelessness of the must be going. So long. Tf ero not surprised.
I I Adjutant-General-Darid Long, Cedar before writer extra effort will have to be made to *A prominent resident broker of
ters a mirror and is able at once or neglect of tho clerk to affix Arkansaw Traveler. Chicago, ;
Keys. Contractor discover It There is great; differ- knows him well, tersely sums up
and Builder to ascertain tho address. Then again stamps. When a letter contains an
SuperIntendent SOME CHOICE ADS. Hutchison in these words UWh t he '
Public( Instruction-* epee in eyes; one child will; readily : knows,
address eeo
)ramb's-wool follows 'John
a. poet attempts to write as : Jones has
Albert Ruis.ll, Jacksonville what another he knows well, aid that's Old Hutch's se '
.. i r'. STARKE::::, FLA. the address in meter and takes the left hotel, forward to Decatur,' an index EveryDay Life ae Portrayed by News could not -'without tho cret." '

poetic license of getting the wrong hand obliterating the old addressis paper Advertisements. fatal strain. I know wheeof I speak, '.TVe once heard a prominent stock operator

rolled !#late. Officer i Plans and specifications! furnished on short State in if it rhymes belles It has put on calling attention to this Wanted, a man. *Apply every whose. for my own eyes were nearly destroyed ,speaking of Jay Gould, remark: "He

Rerilter-S. C. Tucker, Gainesville.. etice. Carpenter work solicited aad been suggested to -authorities that direction. Where letters are returned Wanted, an oysterman; must not bea through this same practice! and I knew a year ago what She balance of us are

Receiver-Z. T. Crawford, Gainesville promptly attended to. clam.A know others who have Sl-' 'ered like just finding out. Gould knows his business .
iSnrre or-0eaeral-P. B. Bloxham, Talelehaeaee. Haad-made br.ok:. for sale eithec at the kilar [ the name "Inquiry Division" be from the Dead Letter Office containing young gentleman of[ Cincinnati fate.-N. Y. Tribune. a thoroughly we dolt, else we,too, wouldbe
dellrered at the depot. to definite valuables and which "
changed something more can not be deliv I Goulds.
desires .. 1
instruction in the lan '
SENATORS.. '-- as rural strangers in the city take too ered, they are marked and returned: English Lenton I A noted manufacturer of certain medicinal '

Hon Samuel Pasco, Monticello. broad a view of its duties and imaginethat 'Can not be found by tho P. 0.' If no gua e. Discipline ussia. I. remedies has achieved a vrorld-wlds / '

Bon.Wilkinson. Call, Jacksonville. J J. W HICKS it is an institution organized for attention is paid by the writer a 'sec- Wanted, for a restaurant, an Irish Nowhere in Europe is I/saton keptas reputation thorough knowledge simply) because of 61s business.ho possesses '
stewart, to .'
superintend
1Srst District-BKraEaKIITATIVKS.' : the purpose of giving intelligence as to ond notice' is sent out to stir him up of Irish manufacture rigorously as it is in Ruda. There Enterprising and progressive, be was not

Putney. j:on. R. H. M. Davidson, the arrival and depatture of trains, before the letter is returned to the stew. I tho faithful eat neither Meat, eggs disposed to rest content with the Introduc- ,

Second Diltrict-{ +Uon. the location of streets hotels, public Dead Letter Office. The stampIn A young man, just recovered from a : milk nor butter during the entire forty tion of the only genuine remedy for tha i'

Port Ora ce.r Chns. Dougherty, CITY BARBER buildings, and so-forth. bad order, two years' trance would like to obtain days. Even in cooking oil instead prevention and cure of all kidney and liver <
that employment as watchman. disorders, the name and character of Warner's
a night
means the letter is torn I'used -
or of butter
; "Xow, said the clet k,- "the best up or lard, no dOt even Bale Cnre being familiarly known in

way to get at the workings of this dilapidated and was received in such a Having purchased a magnificent the children are allowed to'drink milk. celery household throughout the entire civilized ;

-ANDHair -. office is to study these thirty-seven condition. It protects the office and meerschaum pipe I am anxious to en On the day before Easter !nothing is world-but he concluded to further

PATENTS. stamp!'. This one written on a hand leads to tracing up. A number of envelopes gage an experienced artist to color it eaten, and just before rcVdoJght the benefit the world and revive some oU-fash-

Dresser. with index finnrrcReturned mostly for circulars, with noth Must find his own tobacco and pay for' people all go to church b arring with krtcd remedies which have, for a period,
t
ing in them are received. These use of pipe. been lost.discovered.
i - to wrtter. are them provisions of
Description.
I OPEN AT ALL TIMES. Can cot be four,d returned stamped 'without contents.' A young gentleman who has about At the stroke of twelve every the church newest j< and the best., they are the oldest, the F

by Chicago P. (,1., This acts as a check on the twelve hours' leisure a day, not oaring I
employes of which has previously been in Vsed when the Pilgrim Fathers landed,
kept utter
ghep on Call 1 March+ 1d,1CSxIs
FR1NKLI U. HOUGH St., Just East of Kallroad stamped on unclaimed card letters. large firms who send out many thousand to load a life of idleness, would like darkness, is suddenly Illuminated thTy have been much improved upon and

Will circulars. to employ about two of the hours in aw now known as "Warner's Log Cabin
constantly keep on hand a full \Vo use the terra 'card' l letters to such and then, after the food has been '
line of the Contrary to P. L. and R. some light, congenial occupation. Remedies] Chief among them being "Log
following for Chicago, Ill.
goods sale blessed the
SOLIQT81l OF : as have the printed or written addressof eating begins and the CabfaBaraaparilla"torlhobloodaad"Log
Dandruff Cure to cleanse: the hair. stamped on a package indicates that it A young; graduate from school of
I their
ple satisfy
a firm or individual It ono corner. hunger before leaving Cabin Hope and Buchn Remedy"atonicy
Cream of Roses for the face to remove contains jewelry or some article of ; journalism having come to the conclusion the sacred edifice. and stomach
i 1 These letters are held according tq the Ou Easier Sunda remedy.
sunburn,
!lIri tan freckles and smoothe the saleable value which can not be sent that journalism does not offer has Old Hutch's secret worth its millions x>f
the
U hlen number of the card. body privnegeof
rcrap akin. A full ]line of days specified on every salut
"I. Razors and Ilonaconstantly through the post to any European sufficiently wide a field for the exercise dollars V him,and millions of people in the
whoever he
on hand old When the time expires the hand is put ing may chan to meet
; razors
States will
United that
repaired rejoice
they are
If of his now
country. a letter talents will take in
t or package addressed a job a
>ns'dreei! J. IV. HICKS on, obliterating the address, and pointsto to with three kisses on the chf-ek. Eventhe enabled to secure the best of those old-tuna
some in Address Commerce.
Hnr, U. S. Patent Offiee. SlarkfHa.. the printed address which mightread one Chicago is not grocery. Emperor himself is mil exempt Log Cs fsi Remedies through the use ot

: 'If not called for nfter ten days *claimed and the sender's address is ont. A poor, down-trodden lady, in compliance from this custom, and it wan the custom which!} our grandparents attained and en-
\y SIII ; he receives a notification to send with the brutal demand of a joicd rugged, healthy old
,G'rON, D. C. WBITE return to John Jones, 10 Cherry street, former years for the Czar to j .. age._ .
EGH return postage, and its tyrannical husband will >
1 nN New York: on receipt the dispose of her walk abroad on that day to,receive the F 3C fanner who lives near Americus.

'tomAll "I might here add that if all writersof parcel is forwarded.Missent The stamp pet pug dog. As the dear little love embraces of his people,but this custom G*, has a thre -ga110 cow that suddetily '

buslnels betor;3O1floe the ... letters will only affix their address indicates that some to Chicago of the, has been reared in the lap of luxury" has been discontinued by the present ceased to give milk. He fed her '
lTnn.d post-office those
attended to rot moderate States raten' to the envelope, much valuable time officials have been careless and only who can guarantee it a Emperor Alexander, who it afraid of and cared for her- In every way, but
havesent
oountr.rocurod....In TRADE tie Untte4 St&tee and reef.all Fatenq foreign Eggs for Hatching would be saved, for then, if the letteris mail intended tor St. Louis for i kindest happy, qf comfortable treatment need home and the being killed by the Nihilists bnd does the} mystery was not solved until he r

glaf .AltD not called for it is sent to thwriters e apply. not to court in cow
tired. LABELS re lslt'Jected instance, or other point*, to the I Mrs. care publicity such a found one day that an old had '.
a Kobinsons
Salt
wrong of Lake .
PUcattoni revived and and not to the Dead City St Louis .+
address
Pl"08ecuted. Into destination. It / manner.- Republicbfail bein stripping the cow. The porker
. obtainlD aUon and advice to OlE might! happen that a whose husband died only last week' s-
ratenu DOLLAR Letter Office at Washington, wbere it "*
in fine
FOR I
e eertuly 13 I friend of John Jones whicb, it is needless to say, was
tarnished with- of St. Louis
out cbetYe. remain for months. leaving her> -six poor widows-to battle carriers t In Morocco !i&re said
may went to the.
Ben4 Jiketf'h! drops him a letter marked city, whichletter with the world alone avoid risk of t condition, immediately s
or hl Odd "On all correspondenca received we desires ta xj losing their}places by butchers. C
ae to 1< for free opinion .,tee Leghorns (Knap's gets by mistake into the Chicago with '
rniablllt Strain) or* the put this stamp: meet a refined gentleman, elihermarried oversleeping by tying a string to on 0 .
Coplt'l f Paten Most profitable variety for Honda Eggs or some other mail. The .t' fowl m an. I thought yon said .J '
turnl&bot[ jarefullj pecked Recei\eJ, stamp or single, who in return for foot and setting the end of it on fire ;S4 T
K cla. cetorre.: for 25 O6rat. and dslIrered at ErrreM: thlt goose I bought of you was a young :.
Unmailable
de8ce her loves and ,
a3ice at above .Iarch,1m affections would before to "
they TU
1attlted, price. .ddrZ !s I provide go sleep. <| string, on*." SoIduL You call daughter a ,
o. c. 1ti. U1. Inquiry Div. Chicago: P. O. shows that the package contains d* her with a half dozen comfortable they know from experience, vill burnso young lady, don't you! WeTf, that goose

j JfbLiad.. u&j county, Florlia! Which bows that it has come under structive or Inflammable matter, homes. Address aJ1'iages.-N. t l long, and when the Grr'reachestbeir spa gosllogtne summer thatmy daughter
I
I 1t! our eupervisica, and the stamp liquids, etc., apd the notice is: given to Evening Sunu "" loot it id i _time (;pr thcj3t get up.. wai ehOiU't born.!-_Wtot' : <"K-> JW-- tafcJijf> JW-:Jj .S


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flBpFOM- COUNTY L TELEGBIAPIII Uy the report of the school board, j 8,000 TD J2,0flg LIVES LOST.MilltaB THE STAFF OF LIFE. V !, 'V Il

V published: in another coluinr; it will A4L1V _

fit. be noticed* that) our* county for* the) i! of Property Swept away I GIVWQ UP THE GOOD OLD. TIM t .: .

first lime 'n tn ha\e a five-month PRACTICE OF LEANING ON IT. !

(: jjq"f LC.WEBB. V fret* tt-rin of school Thu is jlie bjfit in the Flood. VV :
.Editor and Proprietor. at .
step tht) V has been taken by m f rio Scratched Off tb. Btli of Fare L.g :

V SUBSCRIPTION fl.OOl A iAR. and Now Genuine Brsd I* Barred.A .
board of public instruction it* the JOHNSTOWN DESTROYED. Ago,
In Gotbsm HENDERSON:
PriiMsevlHUn's ObservaUonii J. ML ,
pt4r.fVAfbJft1in, to Ad of fJogrea rneiriory ofus TELEORAPU. Superintendent -Description of Vtoiina Bread.It .

L, M.V Putt OJRee. Starke. Ha., at JSecond Hill informs us that it Will DEATH AND DESOLATION ONI ATISTICPIoTa4PEEB
Matter. unfashionable ia New York .
fj&Ua has become -
require 6-mill tax to do this, but LVUT ?AND.Tho.tt society to eat bread. Long ago the Pour Will! re-opeii at the old stund

< ,what of that ? Who in there that is Hundred cave up eating pie, for it is so vulgar V
hie1i
Tin little city of Campvil, BB4f ofol1ar.ar. Meat to care to eat pie, dont you know. Now they
in Riiuiicd abcm tvrrnty miles south) not willing to give 60 cents on the are in the midst of another great social revolution

100 dollar to have his children edu fortb* Living, and bury and are about to give up eating law
of Starlte, is getting ont a little foWJer s.hs Dead. I i spent a few weeks in New York, and

to be distributed in the north cated. The appropriations incases itp after I had been there a few days th. re cam

are small, too small tofit.clMs A most drpadfcl and shocking over me an indefinable desire for something I

and wcht this pummer. Why don't&uke teacher Most flood occurred in the Conemaugh to eat, not for something to cat in general, AKIN : -V !*

do sorotlbing of the kind.4 : schools got for, luckily, I had been eating regularly .
at least $20 valley ID the south-xvestern part of but something to out in parttcuiar. -
per inoflt)) however every day,
folder enough to conuiji a* \ ; :!
large and it is the state of PeniiRvlvaaia.. last week, f I felt an Inward craving. I was
pcki raiding matter as two about will befuvninhwl by the school in! which) the loss of life runs way up j j J Jinto the drunkard without his tipple. It finally POWDER

colu.iuux can be gotten up f.qr ihe thousands and the loss of cam to me that what I wanted was bread.I : l
T
winch
$S a tboiwaud. If sopicthjpg i is notdce | patrotm, if done will give the had been brought up to eat bvead. In the

the merit of Starkijbefore teacher $!jpp dear for his 5 month! pioperty) into the millions. The various restaurants where I )hqj been eating Absolutely Pure.

lo keep ? work. C'onemaugh river i if a small! mountain I had been supplied with bread, but it was
tci tiw little town The county commibsipnewvill 'I bad had no
the people Vienna bread. Consequently, rvel
which flows into the AI- Tin- powder n ver varIes A iu :
citizens. of (.curve grant this request of Ktrt-am _1. New York Vienna bread U not atreugth anti wlioleso.nenexH
of
; yd: grow up. with pur the leghany river A large reservoir! bread, but bread crust It is baked in loaves More purity ocrtnoniK-ttl V tlw tlst> od.nary'
: chuol board and five-
\ give us a
six feet
about
baseball bat
in the form of a sold In itioiiwith
kinds and ran not Uo iiomp'
situated in the mountains
V Alderman P*. e informs us that month free school.PhdeIanb. which was long and three inches in diameter. tin n.iiltitiidfl! of low tct, -.hori

fj e .coynjc.i;,! w completely) helpless) in abqve Cambria City, burst from the The outer surface, of course, U crust, and weight, alum of |.ljospwt! po\v.lcrii.
to the Intense heat to which it is subjected Royal Btkizmg Pow-
COflfC. owing Sold onlv in fearful that to
regard to jibe eidewalks. He nays All honest, .uliitati'tIs physicians pressure was brought in the oven and to the coating of varnish ,ier io.! ; lOJ WHll--t.. X Y. _
who U JJ. B. itoumic Blood% nalmH boar it the contimu'd rains is It this crust Is of
*here i ito; way to compej prortvinrs ) give ) upon by !! which spread over J
PIk trial, frankly admit i's supeijorjiyt ) ) the consistency of fire clay. The ulterior of REALESTATE,
$ to build sidewalks. Now, if < \ er ALL other bloo in- die!tics.Dr. ta! had been falling for the j past the loaf is a bole. A loaf of Vienna bread

jjiis is BO are the Vv", J. Adxlr. Hucki.ixr4, Ga., few da\8, and its t-ptire contents looks more like a section of drain tile than J. K. Luw. J.A KOTAttV P- l's&rr Fl'BLIC.: C. E.
oAnenttf
property write; I rejj'.rd J l B. as one of the anything oka. Clinging to the inner surface

this beautiful little city going to best blood ine<1icines." V were poured into the valley, sweep of the crust is a layer of bread about like the LOW and PRATT.
r>r A. H. Roseoe, N.ishviHo.! Tenn.,
V 'V *it down and take advantage of this writes4 All reports ofh. n. B. are ftyor. ing everything before it. Brick nap on a plush lap rob There isn't enough

able *iUl itt tpeody action in truly won- hoitsQ uiilk cngiqcs cars animals real genuine bread in a loaf of Vienna bread OrcL/iyc. Groves,
and
fact,, force the ciiizcns to go ." .. V : to furnish a meal for a hen. I will wager a V

tumbling along forever. If airy- DtJ.. W. Rhodes, Crawfordsvillo: and people alike were caught in the small sum of money that I can eat a wagon City cproijwiy, This fipac ia reserved for Truby, SluuLurg & <.'<>.'s big a lvft,
I
load of Vienna bread at one sitting if can
one is too poor to build new walks Qa.. writ b: "I confe n. B. B. is the mad; rush of water and, pent whirling W'lvh; for VV
JM-Mt mill qnic 'oat medicine for rheiuuatisin bar the crust. TIMBER LANDS in any pirtOP

F we suggest an oyster supper or a I have ever tried." to destruction. Johnstp.wn a town WlU. NOT BK FASHIOKAMX FLORID \.
Dr. S. J. Faiipor, Crawfonlsvillo, Gn.f But it has become unfashionable to eat
1 ti .' candy pulling to raise funds to build wriUt>; "1 jlipprfully) recoinmend 11. l>. o.f ?2,500 people, wa; hjniil-irly swept bread in New York-that U, among the LOANS Pta LCEI) ON IMTJROYEI>

rt it for them. B. na a flue tqtiie Itorativoi Jt wtiured out ol existence. Just below Julni.s- "faar Hundred" and their followers. A CITY PROPERTY.

-r an exorescence of the necK after confidence friend of mine, induced
luau, a
town most i\\\ the wreckage was
< CIi1 Eiisteering, Surcy1n ,
other remedies effected no perceptible
motodino with him quo evening at a fash* .
> Church socials, ice prcam festival good." caught and piled mountain high. It ionable private "hotel" on Thirty-third antI Couvcj-aucinu,

i: *and other church affairs are perfectly Dr. ('. H. Montgomery. Jacksonville, At dinner each individual was served
street
y tire and thousands of peoplewere
ArH.vrite : "Aly mother' insisted on caught! GREEN COVE SPRING FLORIDA.
IVt with of Vienna broad about the ,
a portion
proper and right. As far as we uiy milting B. B. B. tar Iir rheumatism, burned to ci-jsps ii the af ulconSagrAtiun
lu'rase Btubboruly resisted the us al size, shape and consistency of a glass ink No. 4 (MIOCKER tlLCK,
can learn all o.nr city churches, are she experience! imiiKxUrt'e that folluwed.. stand. I asked for more bread, but didn't POST Orrwr. LOCK Box 1CCirruUrs

in a good financial condition,, a|! ou( idk: .1Ib;. her improvement has been It estimated cool-headed men get it I began a protest which might have HtiJ I.ithngrahie Views of
truly \Vonclerfnl." by amounted to a kick, when tho man who sat Jrcfii of debt ad raising plenty of (oiids A prominent 'physician who \vi Ues that no; l less than 8tOOO people weiu beside mo and whq U a gentleman of fashion l''il ( ., Sil jell tI.ADAMS1 : .

for their several needs. Now Iii jiaine hot given, says: "A patient of and well bred, and who had iu his conversation _
we iifiiewhose cAse of tertiary syphiliij lost and many put it as h'gh as 12-, with me shown great familiarity with JOHN QJUSnCEOFTHEPEKE:

have u, Institute that is of vita]' importance wa 'surely killing him, HIII) which notrwuinent"seemed 000. the dry goods merchants of Chicago, informed VVF

to the city here is no eitizeq to chnck, was entirely me that it was not the proper thing
; cured with about twelve I.OttLe8otii. B. reservoir miles !
3j
The was o.ig; to eat bread-that potatoes had recently AND

but what is dirpctly u.terestedin B.b'oiu'saud Hewasfrtirlv terrible made ult-ors.up" of 43 4t skin and U mile wideband 100 feet i eep. It taken the place of bread at dinner.I 7.s>a7. E',1a1.( r1n ;

its welfare, and yet it is under a r was inclined to dispute tho possibility of fVear'
V had previously been, used as a supply bread being displaced by any other article of iiFUv.' fiN CALL ST., 4iixjrsoMSt of H. K.

portgage, the interest unpaid, and, Doctor most take Ofotlcc. tank, but of lale years was simply food, but when I considered that everybody Real Estate B*>njli4 ana Sold on Coraniissiou. -F Notice tor Publication,
is be if DEPARTMENT OF- THE INTKHIOR. } in New York is forced to eat Vienna bread I
threatened .
we learnj to bold LAND
used for water OKKICK AT CtAiKKWJf.i.K, FI.A.,
CKNBVB OFFICK. f fWa&liington. a fishing by nPittsbuviib
that Tae- I id for
did not wonder greatly they are being Rents Collected a"( > Non April 27, lb8.
: payment is no.t forthcoming. And D. C.. June 1, 1 89.TolLa club. The indications, weaned from it I am sorry that I ayast quit Ueaide'nts. Noli'-c fa hereby ci\cii that the follow-

yet not even an ice cream supper is Medical Profession-The vnri.ous eating bread if I would b? fashionable. But Correspondence' Solicited. illK-liiin "*H'tlr has tile'l llotu-e of liy 4rV
of a break >vas discovered early \n Milk?, lirit'lfartl ("., - F7orjcf.g
somehow, although I am rapidly becoming I iiilciuii>ii t<> make liti..il proof in KUnut[ > 1'r4crt. .' -
V given for its benefit. Why can not medical associations ad the medical the day and continual warnings sent luuitum in many respects I aui too much of rot vrnle | -V.4V' .J.J.- rt.. ;.: Vt

s i all) he churches unite in aiding the profession will be pkl to Ifarn lint Dr. a plebeian to eradicate from my system that 1\\ CHING Teeth -V. nude L.efV.l T. \Vk Oicrk of the :
but
the heeded it
John S. Billings. Surgeon U. S. Army, to people, they inborn desire to eat bread. I must eat bread flll.'din4pre. CMo-nil ('uiirt. m Sturko, i'lorid.t. on T V'Ai '&] $*- I" '-r-W- I .-.
of and all the bunt'
-- cause education uo;, little LeJieii.< a.i\Uj not realizing if everybody in the world points the finger of ser> e Report ; j
)has consented to tnke charge of the V 2ig3 r ws (4
unite and the at ticsii u" :lo.n. of riiiu"ti.! Flu., H. K 30$4; j,
ness men save town scorn omEver *
oo the Morality find Vital' Statistics the awful fate that was before tioiif liCre& V' V SOC the Kl ill SEi ol Sec. 2t.Tp (it S K.i.itje :: -
the disgrace of having its public since I was a little boy down in V 19, 1:. I ll I.. nirue > din foiloMinj witpi4'.Us '
of Ihe United States HS returwcd by the them. The water is described as Princeville, when I would come into the AbcessedV -
to prove hit <-<>ntiim >!i! rrstdoni uatid ,
echool sold under E&'eiith Cenu. kitchen on a summer afternoon, tired from Teeth > .
mortgage. I iand
coming iu a wave as hi1g'a su three- successfully i oii'tivjlion of. --itl:1 viz: -/> --, r Ar1V'"iVCeai.
lias of fighting bumblebees' nesta, and my mother Scott (Ii\\ull I, ol Worihington, FIorLi
As the United Sutes no. system llCated. ,
.4. The prospect of the building of story building and going with a would give me a piece of broad about the J, {},_ riuko-t, 4* J. L. ASK1N $.
is TKETII
registration of vital statslic6, suci 1) as PIVOT adjusted in an arttsie
: size of a saddle flap, spread thick with golden Johul'Urk, 6
the Macon) and Florida railroad!fare relied njion l>y o'Ucr civilijcil nations for. tremenduous speed and force. o butter and thicker still with raspberry jam mid servie 'abte miIanIer. Thomaa t ipi a, : DEALEll IX

growing blighter day by day. That the purpose of ascertaining th>; actual time was allowed for people to flee -ever since then I have had an uncontrollable S. C. TtTKER. 1teiister. Drugs & Medicine

this railroad will traverse the entire mxtoAe4 oI populnVrui. our census affcuds to the mountain*, so sudden did it hankering for bread, which I fear DO WM.\ M. DEHART, Notice for Publication
amount of social polish will ever rub out of ; Starko, Fla,

length of thi*! county, there cart be the only oppottunity of obtniningnrtir break upon thenij and all were alit me. Even when I get to the social point of DENTIST SPRUCE ST-, STARK ItAND OFFICE AT QllNKSVILLB. FV, f.
au approximate estimate of the birth wearing a pigeon tailed coat and a shirt collar April 16. lh8S. f Zkhysc '
no doubt and there will l be a0Ji&3 carried away )by- its force. is hrrrbj rivva that the followinfr- Prescription!'
? and death rales of much the larger pirtof : cut clear to iny wish bone, I will no doubt AM the most approval .sty'ws' of it.-T}: NOTICK' kfttlor hat ncd notice ot bin inuntK -
wiles Thousands of dead bodies have retain that low born passion for bread which \VOKK. includiiiir "Pr.'tv Jartfully Cvmpoundcd; i/ nil Jto urihn of
of new track and several )ltftlv-, ih which is l'AH.v tJt'Bioketi >n to inaKi* final ]>n )f in support or his claim.
due niiinlry. m'trdy unpro- rankles in all plebeian blood.It uiii! tT-t. Uod i'L.\Tr.s: I4e.n4IOI HI.d that fr Ski proof will Lie made before W. T. '
G'V .j'Ck4 1Ir. towns to help us pay ou- tax. Track vi-lrd with any suthfactvry svsteW of been found since the catastrophe has long been Impossible in New York strong and smooth as wli.m fizst made Week Cltk of Circuit Court at Starke. Fla.. --I_
I j o rriJ&\. June Tth, 1H89 William Blood-
.A "*T farms will spring up where thp \ trip Mnte and munieipal n'giptr.ition.Iu along the river bauku and, in. the society to get a piece qf pio. Pie, one of the worth of Ktarkp. Ha.. II E.viz:No. 13376 for theN T D.'MINERVATQHMAKER'

corner stones of the American constitution, Tsath Extracted without Pain or W V o Sec S". Tp 5 Ran;*.21 E.
vjew, of th" during
.: u foreft this Cent-us Office drift and- the task of burying has
gin stands. Work .
now for has bean abolished by good English form. Danger Hi- names ih > IowuiK witnesses to prove Livoutinuoiio
tV t L : ; the month of Mny this 3et. will issuelo been -ith wiiL The But of there is rti.4rncs UL. and citlvetion of,
still
the needy will be plentiful. liiiMhews going on. a spooking eating pie, 'Lrms (lASH, idIad.viz:
,, thc medical profession throughout the I bodies from the one man t.f, fashion, one swell in Now York T. V. Anifcrton, of f tarkc, FU.wriiaoi .
will burning
become briijV Kett
; everybody j\vill Ci-ijntry PIlybician's Riie; for the {i > society who eats pie and who will have pie Rosier, a.

V feel butter and Uradford vouutyjwUl purpose of obtainivn nurc accurate debris ate mostly bjurn.ed l to a cri p when 09 think* ho needs it Hu name is EERESS N.J. i'Morraan.:. Thomas, ':: vB.

I have a boom, its first boom, ajid a n turns of lentils tlmn it is pofsiltle. for and, fntly> uurecoguizabh TiLe "Uiiclo Plummer.Billy"He riummer.is known Ho in come is iu circles business as j I V J ) # DYES S. C.TvcKia. K.gtasr.

boom that will easily swell its population ile numerators to mainIt. is eartif&Uy stench of lu r.cd and festering human VQ Worth street Ho U a handsome gentleman Do Tovr Oms Dyeing, at Home.Th Attachment Notice.

li.opi.-d tbul! phybici. in ; rf the f artless in his dress and manner,a well y ii1 dye verjrthing. They.are old every. L.IN riUfUIT Ct)URT. 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
at lea. t n\fty\ tirm'St Some of every p.irl flesh has j>ois&K.l the ntm.o- where. Pnc jOe, (ir ck...e. Tb yh eiioequal
ot. will with, .lie CKIIMIROUlri knowq clubman, a "first nighter" at the theatres for Streosrth, J ightnw*, Amount in PacLacraor OF I.LOK1DA. BKAliFOtCD COUNTY.Tt.hwtCK .
the bc-st Ja.t>U, i in, he county will be tintry co-operate sphere as welt a the wa Vi* of the and when the wind's astern, h steers for Ft tnci*ot Color or no.fa4inQ.at1ti.e. N. KiLiiit 1 As'-uropMl by Milt of
thi.s important work Tbe da not crock smut; 40 oulorn. Nor.al.BTJ. .
: in record his own yacht around the bay. Ho would They pr v.a. of alUobnr.ent.J.
cpentnl up% $axv wills and factories khuulvl IK.Xept Irom June 1.. I860 to river sa that U3uch sickness is expected rather forego washing his face when he gets Ij. t askiiiK, Starke, Pie: U. GKEUOBY. ) Sum sworn to, $130. \

4 will dot the laud. Work has j ewcpramenced. > -Mi-jr 31. IWWi early 26.000 of thcecriisUMiox as thv rt'stth. out of bed in the morning than to neglect to The defendant.tntereste.I J.are n. Grt-jjory.I ereby notified ant all of oth the.rperson"

tonka filleil and Thousands of dol'arc' have been "dree' for dinner. He is a pink of perfection NOTICE TO MILL MEN comm< ncf inent of a suit in the above cause by
: wer
at batheudbof thisine.It ) ; <; 14) returned in ever>tump; that appertains to good attachment aid are Lorenv requited to appear

is tq be completed by the. Cist of to the iiOce ia 1880. uuil nc.irry ssll!! sti1scrihed and car loads of provis- form, I ut ho will eat pio.He and p'oad or demur to thw declaration tiled STARX} FLA..
each reliable Mill therein by the 1-t Monday in Augiibt. A. D. 18K9.
4. of IICI1 used for Ktuis'ica' ) purposes. It sitlis from all with several other swell ceutlcmei. WaIite(1-1U county a the am. bin the Mh day o'miiil month and Cpvcial atUntlon (riven to repairing WatrbiI
a
sent
Novern her. arc being over and lake orders fur k'C-ocksan
t Jewelry. &e., Ac. AU work dole.
i ja bspec1 that d.JwlJr this numberviJl be dined at Dclmonico's one evening. When Rule day of this court or judgment M 111 be taken for .
csh..sk
e.tr.&eorwhieprc.p
fri the country f ,w th.? relief of the living Mr. Plummer had finished his roast, to the against him by default.
has V.lnined for the Eleventh ('en us. The "Quaker City" Grinding Mill BCGO A WILLS.
Such a iuunity as just j.hed and to pay the expense of re- astonishment of everybody at the table bo April 18.1M AAfys for pl'tjg. Tour Oolaller for the
I'IiVbiC&tIH not rereivtng Ui-gtsters cat; called for pi*. The waiter shrugged his I hereby L-ertCy that the foregoing U
iuilioiib of mcorrect j
'
ot ibu tite Pvnutgylva- The l best tutu for grinding Corn MU!
} (IIptSjfl them by sindrnptheir' names ai d. nmving and burying the dead.Tl' shoulders, spread his bands, and elevated his copy of the original notice of conibiet>cement of l j JAMES MEANS
nia i it calculated Cobs Bones Oyster Shells suit i the above t-utitk-d cause now on file in my I Ioffice.
U give ua greater Kt1(11e14be5( tsp the (Vnsus Offlci*. and, wish *? j oveiuincnt has been applied brows in mingled astonishment and dismay, 4 SHOE

confidt-nto in our own beautiful I Ihe HesHfter. ofHcial which while all the assembled gentlemen, after the tuid Cotton Seed.It Wjtnas flIt band ftnd seal of office this 13th I I
an ; vnvtlope to andIs working in conjunction manner of thu famed uUatao bird, "evolvedthemsehes will also grind MEAL and HOMINY dny cf Aunt A. 1)- lest) V ore THE
ictate. Unj'nitt froip that watvrKtrickcii irquiresj no stamp \\ill be provided for within themselves" to withdraw [ ;EAI w. T. WKMS.
with the state to arrest disease. For further particulars: apply to Hit Cuci-it Court.SherilFs JAMES KEANSO'
their return to from the ntiunhutinj of
> region claim that thousands Washington.If presence a man
One of the most inhuman features JOSEPH THOMAS <
who would oat pie ,
nil nn-1icd ami surgical practitioners Sale. P0 SJQE]
of lives lost Mid entire cities <
uc-re Again Mr. Hummer demanded pie and inquired Stair Agent.
Ihioutihoui the country will lend their of tin calamity ia the robbers and I"NDEI{ and V.v virtue of an execltinp li.iu d AccQrlI1 to Your Setts
**wi'pt out of existence by the awful cf tba waiter if there was any pie in Starke, Rnullord-. ,. Fh U aur ot foe :V juit Cow t 'IB,au4 IOP tf *th
aijt th# mojulity and vital slat is tit of thieves who aie rubbing the tlea.1 of the bouse. The waiter found words to toll Judicial Circuit <.5 Florida. Bradford county in uciitainciuide (JAMES ME 1SS *i 60
flood w bile hvre in balmy Florida the Eleventh Census will be neore conv.prehei their vakubieri their him there was uo pie. May therein pendinfr. wherein David L. [5i Osht aa ttjBib. It fit* Ilk* .
even cutting stoektuKi nJ KBQCWI3.cin
Alvarez w plaiMiff.and a aimt M.
Jerry Jobn. I
1 We enjuy a country free frcua frosts ix'e and Then Mr. Plummer said: "Call mo a raesseugcr 1.lyRENT I
defendant have 1-vird
complete than they have upon and will tell on the the
lingers off to obtain lings. The boy." The boy came. Mr. Pluminer OR SALE. lait Monday in Julr V D isfti ooig the let day 1 ) "K'I pru'iy CS37 the t *
ili>ud.s or famine-the paradise of ever btn. Every physician should tak
whole flooded territory is now under gave him fifty cents anil said: "Go to the saidnonth. bQfori the court house door of ICOdaV
k personal pride in having this f> nearest second class restaurant and said county at StarLe. Florida diinnj; tbtj legAl
man. Florid* extends to the report as buy ruo a
survivors I martial Ltw and better order 14-Kuom Dwell lug iu Sturke. Good hours of sale, to the higtiekt bidder t>)t eapd. a1b
full and u rapidly whole huckleberry pi*. I'll see whother Icon
of this dreadful accurate as it is possible to ;atc (lie Hcht. title and interest which the saM Jerry
flood its it. being restore'). All the survivors have pie or whether I can't have pio." watef. M.John.i hail on the 2d day of April' .\. *>. UM'.
A The vanished but returned 01 8iiKcthat att the folio wing.IrscrilxKlreiil,
I Ilislwrrliy, promised that nil information are required to rt-gister so as bringing with him a hucklvburry pie in a tin* School Duildln, rn good condition, C5fJtC.cer .fS lo-vrit. c34Tp8S: XPA itanjfeiB 1a-i. 55 acres 100 out of SK cur-and
to of the corjtiibuttous acre;
1 y
ivturu
bOinc
ohuined through this source haIl to ob'ain at least an approximate) diiJi. And there right out before everybody, Two Morie-J. S4\60 fi-t-l. Good l water.oO NKX oNU V Src 9 Tp 0 S Kange 22 E 40 acre;
of last-Ruiumt-r i b now aljliaid. l hO held strictly tonfldcntinl.ROBKKT. in the presence of all the gentlemen, in the Hint N of SoIktNo 1 Sec 13 Tp 6. S ICanve
number: of the wis.sig% gl&ro of the electric lights, Mr. Plummer did iicye Farm, 3.500 Fruit Trees of 31 E, a) acrea; U acres {54 *EJk of 8W* and in. f3.-lhoo forEor*
Money is wanted to buy food and L. PQR.TKU.KuperrnteDdi'at S W corner" WJ of S W. Sec 28 Tp U S Range J. MEANS & CO.. BCSt $.
eat half of that huckleberry pie, and said itwu good varlet V. 22Ka-dEX of SrcU Tp 6 S Rankre 22 I,3is: t'3'
for
clothing, to bury the dead anil care cf c nu. MrMoorc.t' I'ost Master at Rradsh good. :.c-es; and tJi,1: Sl'4 of SK Sec 21 Tp a S H 22 fall I!2PS cf tiio.aio-vi' ,tziue
: TITLES PERFECT I 5; 20 acres;suit NWV otSfc-Jj, and SE.vTof NEjV -
1 for the hick. Would it not be a good vr. VH. alter read i tig an advrriismvDl. And btill th&god of England did act smite Se SO Tp 8 S Range -J2.E. 0 acres; ajud S\VJ of J.O.ALVAREZ.iTHAT .
how not to Build a Town. of Chumberliu's C< .f SE< of SWJ See fl fl'6 S

idea for our mayor to appoint, some Don't talk, about it.Cont lkrrlio lUtnedy. wi.rluctwl tn tr v :i what gives me a great deal of satisfaction G'. JP. Young, and Range 2i E.CO cre -,.-containinic nix bundietl
small bottle of ji. lie to relate and which to that flfiy SL-YCII (657) L'cTnioreorksa. 1'iirchaM
with whom sss: \ used it goes prove FIGHT
one conuibutionslraightbe write about it. STARKE. BRADFURI) CO.. rlA. er to pay .or title*, property pob>ted out by
in two Cases for colic and ibrte for there still remains iu New York a spark of plaintiff n Z.RY W. EHJEKSOS,

)left and forwarded to the pioptrai Don't aI' crilse h in any way. JinrrhiKui wills perfect atutHCti.iii. One old American spirit, is that when Mr. Plunvuier MaylO-lf Way *. 18'9, Sheriff of fci afunl Co. Th Original Wins.

Authoritit Johnstown? Ron'i paint you.r h.ou.xcs. nor. cljean up dose gave Fch>;f. in every case but one. had ea.teu half of that huckleberry pi* Fla. C. F.?Siranun. *. St. Loch, FTOp'M.A. .
V your preminps.Don't llmt wan a had oase of colic and tcquircd one of the other swell gentlemen drew up his Notice.TI7HEREAS IN CIRCUIT COURT, 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .Simmons Liver Medicine,Xtlv V
the second dot1 have lundled, H great I clwir to tfce table onJ said; "1 bay, Plum- Daid L Alvarez adrrrnlitrator of OF FLORIDA BRADFORD CtJUX. iSo, in the U. S. Court ccrsATS /-
AH eIsti'rIrisestLiat are calckilat ed work 3 our street; use tlaim. for ieal of patent medicine as agent and! for niw. that pie looks awfully good, don't you I v' the c-tte ci M. F. Brown.iste i.f yraflfcrd' t cu9.cEay. B.Zclin.Frop'r.Q.Simmons Liter
YBOMS
A..KKIODX IVK. .
to be of benefit to ol p.ivturcs.Don't; but trk-d know. If don't mind I'll eat the County, State of Florida, decease ban flied In- p Regulator,Ef I'd by ZcU.-n iS68.M.
OTXU
our town county my Use. never any tlmt you rest of roy office a suggeStion of the inttolvem-y of VABHASL a A. S. L. M. hai for 47 ytaf
should be Imihl brick stores.Don't gave as.gA.KHl rcM 1u> sis, Cliainl.crlHin'.s it myzelf."-Paul Hull iu Chicago Tiruus. estate. these are thert-fore t> i otify all said WTON. ) curSed iNDtCKSTlUIT Bu.1oc3415*.
encouraged and "ncour- I'hnlira and '* claims persona It bein>r nuide to aj.MU bv aCldavit fluid IB the DrsrzrszaSzcx If ZADACXILO3T
have electric lights, Tolic. Diacrbora iteineti holding against twirl estate to file the I
above entititd that
aged with a will. All little focal or Don't tnilorse your mayor, aermcn for sale at 25. and 50 cats per bottle *by The LarcMt Coral Bef. same the Second iu my ly office of duly January authenticated A. I). 1ki.! ,on on which or by Law ton.- i< a non-resident cause of th-defendutjt.the Slate of Florida Abram a ,mmT Rev. T. B fc.oc
imaginary prejudices should ie Rivers & Joiner. The largest coral reef in the world is the day there will he made a probate distribution of and that his residence. is unknown, and that be In I ChurchAdimjTcnn., writes:4
laid aid piiirshal; innke. it a rule 'o oppose the bets of said over tin age of twe tv-one years it ordered I V khink 1 should have been dead but
a; estate
Not a fit but expression of delight. Australian Barrier reef, on the northeast among the creditors of that th' saul Aliram Lawton do SiP*
V A.
awl tbn ani weru i>lr l o J f lor your Genuine M.
a idf each citizen or property everything thry do; take it for gnuiledthey About a week ago." siy.* a Los An e'os. coast of that continent, which extends about Witness same, hand and heal this demur to tho till thai !lj, said cause on.o ty'ore moos Liver Medicine. I have

owner hould contribute liberally in are wrou and talk about them! ac- CaL. dtuggii-t. chluaruan came in with 1,100 miles. Its average distance from the 1) 19 my WM. F. MALPHrR Mv -Jith*. A. rule day ht 1st of Jub. *. D 18 9, the same being Monday D4 sometimes bad tp substitute
t day of stUfl gionth. Meal
or raid bill will be osir.j "Ze-lin'sstutt"for
er(1Inl a lame shoulder. 1 gold him a bottle of land ia twenty to thirty miles, but in some [SEAL] County Judge. taken jour
as co t rthe
fnnd; an well V. 47-6mo erre ocaiimt him. Provided pub- V/CfltMrs/ cine *"** ** don't. *. ll *
as by a good ; word.Mr. Dou't have CliamherlainV I'aiin Bilm and. guarsmU-ed pohite it I i-:! fifty to.ninety miles distant The licnion of this order be mode once & week for 1 a.a*.." purpose."
Urtrctsc undertook this wjetk to a particular line of business, ; that it would tine him. He cam ajj.iin great arm of IW sea thus included u ten to Notice for Publication. four con'ecutiTe w.eke Iu Uw Bradford Count rOpIX lit.J.K.GraveaEdltor 7**
do a little of everything.If last and TEL>:OKBFB. a newspaper published oiv n week aJt MemphisTenn. saystx
night
as soon as he gothisirfe the twenty-five falLoms deep, with a sandy botEom in the town of ,
letter Starke.if) said siit received of L
a SurVe which OrriCE county s couj package 5tMitlicine
on. L.tD jrour
get V
up) AT UAT'EivILLE. FLA.
was you find that your neighbor i U about door, began to s.wing his arms over Iu* but toward the southern end,where there May 15. 1S8 I t of this not ce be posted at the court h&Uae door ,and ha\e u&cd half ol it..

to be puhluhfd in the St. Los Republic to ninke s side <>f A piece ot prop -ru s.tv head likr an IIUMMIV cl.iib swinger I ,'f Is furtive from the shore, the depth "V"OTTICE I U hereby given that th&follrving- froui in Sta-ko.the date iu hereof.said c.unty.Do within twenty days It works like a charm. Iwantn"bettrr and eittwnly -
Kc
of the that will tiioiight the burned foul has! a fit but he gradually increases to forty, and in some 1 named w-ttler liut tiled notice of his intention thi June 1st, A. D. 1888.e in and ordeaxd'hy m LKcr uf Zeiiia ulctpt mlitai*
one Largest dpilv) oDeUing break up the trade.Mayle to n.ake final proof in supimrt his claim. witness whereof I ao more s
papers finally '
topped lonij : ti to more than sixty fathoms. A. reef have hereunto V
eiiongh $53';; MH| pan ou an(J that 8aio juool will be :ail- before W. T affixed my hand and seal of ofL.S :
in the countiy and the benefit you can sell your owu.If leslie velly fiiw, vel'ly Jim-; alVli!] sinn make the west coast of New Caledonia i vWO-miles Weeks ilt-rk or the ircuit court at Stnrke; Fla.un Iic. w T. 'Vsz.s.

tkal would be deiiird tht re happens U> IHJ u printing office me fed plenty goisi.f>' iou end fur b, distance of many leagues sUdcu July 12th. 18*'. xi *-anr>';oH M. I'arrer. of [ ) Clerk o Circuit Court.
fruit wicli a jJ41 Balm u WX ltV1 ll a Laie Butier Ha.. H. E. No. I291S. for 5ot 3 Sec. __Brad o.*Co ,Fla.
letter be and paper in- >our town, be sure to send wiihuulan equal (ii?SpIIL4, approaches within eight miles of the 18 Tp 6 S llnnge :20( C. lit- name the tolloTCingVittic
can easily seen rvei> by one off to Imve your priating don rheiiinalism. arht*. jwinn or l.nne back laad.-KJW York Telegram. \ -8<-f to pi owe his continuous re ld<*aie upon Notice for Publicatktu.N .

of the narrower vision. Mri Hreese for sale liy RivtKB & JOINER. anil cull iMI ion of. said land. \iz: W. K E* L.Ii Orrca aT GAiEsViM.r., Fz..t..
If 3-0.1 Hunt ti> lay in a supply of thaned Hands. rds.J.M. Thoo-as. M. N. Uoherts and It K. JuneI'atj9. r cI
left tyddesly that The Ts R. A X. Stokt-8.o.-iuf Lake ButU-r. Fla.S. OTICE In hereby given that foilowinc-i PUBLIC INFORMATION.t .
saying ou- people groceries c'i ., always send off for them pissed from the hands C TICEFR. I1egiser. the |
. ; in.ne'l set her ha"filed ,
Notice for Publication. of notice of bn lj tit>tin i
ttv;'k iu> yitprwi ui this work which[ dop't buy thcni at h-ime. tin! Ueoeiver on tho 1!st tnt.. and | Iq.kef at TTOO Isnppo.tof bisclaim and '
EV LAND Omcie GA1SV1LLPV, Ft.* s wi'h h a chant* of name to the I'loricUj 82Oiewar4l.) that LaM proof will be made before Judge >/ th. i T am 're'art'd t.. fursii-Ii :accurate
irt.uaJy ntaiw "g4vr. him the cold I If tbftf i* a real t utc ztgejt :,> y >urJlown. Jfli. b.t. t'Si. i I Circuit Cou't.or i Ub absence. Clerk of CiivuL i if *
NOTICE is hf reby given thjii thf follow! j Central and PpninHii! Mr. II. II.Ihital A r.warl '-t Two Hii"rtre<1 I'olHr wi;i! be 1.aVI; Court at Starlcr Fla.,on July 2>tb. 1889. riz: Sliafc information cohre; g-
*
slmnMor.1 Tk* i ro way lo build :' MHO jmjs a Iktnse tt> i-ll laud.im. hasllied notice of his inteiitnI so *ell and favorably! Known by the t'l-nn';. of UraUfoM for the apprehtax..i.-u.urresi I). Jnhng. of Lake Butter FU.. II. E.Xo.WiW. 'U-'Iori.!::-tbv remit of' personal mjwtion. ,
iIlii () tnalf fli.l proof IB o lui nnn and con K-tkm o' the IKT OH or JM-I--CISwhrt for the Src 20
get .itliCtuiO% ,- to .vllit. or bell support claim a Jd :S NIPf Tp4 S Itaoge 13 E, jJ
the that uUid proof will b ardent fri.-ivH nfonr Stale murt.r-il (S-orp'" Riff an I John Ki-flT .ajr7orj/a J.(74** ST&for
.
tij city. t>laike w11 never 2naabf.r.v T. Weeks will !1i tf.a in I HP IInnie4 the folktwins; wit ea,ej to orortIifi7 My :
urowaud j it yourself Jlut if yoado give it to him l"K-rko Circuit Court.at .-tiike, Fla. on prpsHe of the section bi-u-eon the K {.'. & I'. K. R.. about l.)j I contibuoa ri-siclem-t upo and cultivation f.f.j and I will
pn'spyraK i> citizens vixh un.lil f ir s-tle. Ihrn otter it to 2Gth K3 ,ix: William J Xttl ..oLikr But new company, vhi'n' mile n'rIh fit 1alIptifl. iu Brailford Couiiti'en aOtrt.t I hai-l land TU: W Uiaqi Nettlnt. I>. $haw. gratiiuourt eirviilaiu'ii, x*
somebody 1cir'jesI *' lor lh* E3 or sri s.c; r.ip-un i : i ax wail ll I the v ory noji|. reil t of j tho nizhi of Mav 13ih. i-njo 1 J_ II. Vini-ig uu'l John AtfurJ,all oC Lee Butlcr.?\ IM. pJeasc l to publish special f nrre- at
thvy vay U-airt u ; v orj-r o the h.ari of t lurida. for tLti
He the I will remain neiaJmnu.zcr. [ Oj'intv CTl.oL,8i..nrr4of BraU/unl 1 i.omleiicc \\rite lciicr
{ u lines foliowing: nitne vg to prove bin I I Count- Flo I Any PM-HOM who <'u-Ire, to protst agaiti't th>; or ij
of ilie liitlt iipportaQit'uK* l.urk I I.-t ilw- P4H4 om U> all th work fair t'iititiuus renidence upon and oiT.uvatioa of. f Thi In ilbelf is a aru-Hnl rila. Jaiit 3.1 A. D. isci.: i ttliiiwniice of.mch proof or who LIIUYS cCft"1siilistnntial j i \ ariotiXortlarn > I reprvChIt
after | tliK pa.. lit- i'k'l.! I .nJil land MI: to every I lori.li.tn th.it L.: A TOI-D. reason nndrr the Jaw i rriitP'I! | sjrs .
the fcmUi They ran letter affordj ; cverythin" '. .' an> jAd-
1hiii& now after SilJW II.Jobns. of I ta- .first- JiH-alilv in ti hs State.
; a ; ike BoO.. r Ha.. !! sih'c will S I 5)0 dno to S1l.OI-V! Chairman. ('f 41ie Interior Dt-pjirtmt-nt. why i.uHi |ii-'*I I II t"n nnv
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then i pu 8tioulU
: emlirares uot V*allowed. '
t''hi4'! ti j thevit'.iv..f srood. a-H'.tn" I will be ii\f n un oj>fK>rVl.ii U ahili'! FuriaIa.!
I'tln-b'
l'lU9trtaking will t"e k ut VWY.
s con.e J. H. VininjAlOj.l.-. 1 timir.st .-f tl ti oI V 14 ot Circuit Court. il) at the above -uilMiiifrt me
time
V } liidr) ; ;t (ioa't htip the S J.4 u pi-Ii., :sii:1 gi ye au in ps.t '. ,. .. 1.11 I 4V.XL i'IIei.' CLtik Iti.5Aii.tior j I I crews examine the vrinc-3 of saul un'I cUi.ju.nt.j.tic-1 >f WMi Btt; : :st.

aiy. a ]at Pi?qw4 S. C. TloKES. i iRgUter. au-I more far j*>n.yng ; ,..ji.vPV f i "1 ti.rt ..f'o. I locfTereviisiice rcbutui of tha' iibiiiUitl !5)i;
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c ; 8hot, Shoes, Shoes, at Bja4ord.New aallroad.i 12 Donly(col). Hampton 15 etitimcats- .j I ,T. KCKKRT
Couiri1'ELGRftPll.S I .
:1 Bs R *f x. J. JoiiesA Co i The following Lorl nrtlicc wag publi 13 Norman. Urke 20 I AHuucc it a n"n : 1 CONFET1ONERYIKeeps !

: Fresh bed in the Say nnah Kwrs.f June '2. I h* n..t.\ iii ;
ISSg Confectionery and Fruit at : *"' reproduce it Cur the interest of, ibuse '14 Guv Pror 20 i Is purely "a moral BAKERY

:i :\e -1&. Juue7, MEAcfl AM'S. concerned in the building of this ud. 15 Orange Con. e, 198 ;
? I I it I t" be careful und Constant hand a full supply of=
S I Corn, Oats and hay the is now calculated itwt the Georgia ,16 Varnes, L B 22 lot 'I on
br car Southern road is sound to tilt'lcore. II
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will be finished IfCJIQ
t"L j-TiT load at N. J. Jones & Co. ( Macon Palatk) '47 Thurston (col.). Hampton 25 jot
1 t t to hy Nov. 1. The work whiskey and the i fresh Bread
Beldiug & Bros. Standard Spool of grading has,cmnmenccd at Palaika and : 18 Sink Hole. P U 22 -they will not i HfcJB JwT
returned Silk for sale *illberuh<*i rapidly forward. Waters 4 13 Long Branch, L B- 25 ) "
has at N. J.
Mrs. J. W. Carxlell Savannah. Jones Co. 1 1& Wright IliTVe the conlract to grade fromalntkii GO Little Spring. 25 I FT ANTHONTT. I II I Cakes<:
Pies
j tome from her visit to 30 City Lots for sale cheap to Jasper.: Morgan & RctioMs I II 51. Bluff Creek. Pw 22i2St. i" this *.lion ,
I Iof
U a new candidate! for Centrally loxjai d. Apply to \. / I IJ I have the conirnct to cmJe fnmi Jasptr toLH5e : 20 ot'-er di.ea.s&s '
, I FJ"rldlTro1rh and one Starke FJa. i.uy. Both firm of coniracters are .Iafl 8 Pal) the last few : Candies etc etc:
sPring !,
derrfed tt)TarPoa under S put L, r-0---
furor. It is l 'j Contract to have Die work complet Total for one month $1,3 I III l>. incurable. (
1 vicinity. (! finest line f Dress Good tit by ite middle of July. The distance five" 69451 For/' < '\ DOCWTM prn- _si_

inghatn left and Silk Rrbbons at 1' trw P fcuka to Lake City is alnmt Hgbty, teachers 500school ,) 1 '!a. and present
yesterday asy'i
; Mr. and Mrs I? mllta.' Tlie grading fnm Vala. u \\i\l neueKS.iry fur 1 1h >d bv t'Onttall'lv
tf N. J. Jones Vfit ,.
to spend the summer in & Co. to LaktCity; adistaiice of sixtv-lie miles.U officeis 600 treatmentTri Wedding Cake an .

There is no town in the State nearly lrockla fprogressing schools 250 > <*'i">ne li I" r'rovn -
IJ'ennyIYIfl33.aspherryjflTt. that completed ami >ing for estatilishming AU-'w .

a new cool drink, I s sell* good any lower than Starke, it culculaieil rapidly Jrllll. the Vald..su end. I Grand total 8.295 lot! i -it'utinnoI'I..Ti'u dis lit joint'< '.' Pastry will reseivEltentlOii. _: }
is
and: no firm IQ Stance offer betttrock to have cars runningthrough I wtlrt issued touperinlemlent Cure: minii- '
befor for a The (ollowiogwarrants !
known in th.e city fwijn Macon to Lake City a this- It1lm"l1m\\\1\lImlllll\1m"\1U\\\UI .lMl1W-Ut11J8tIN' j. ,
\\ :
Toledo.
.
liner lower & On., I
Mcacham' *: or prices than UBCBuf. alKMit 217 mil..s. J.y Oct. 1, and.fl uod IJJ1J\J.f board '' it on } :
fate! at .)hi : cure
Truby, Sternberg & Co betore stated it is contemplated to J[rLHu'i' 25 00 i tht': ; U.ii iT-tTually In ISTARKE FLORIDA.{ '
Witkovuki; left yesterday finish the entire line Maoon to Psi.alka .I /nr
Htnnie tmm 7.40 Il.aoll.hllf.t Itiptf --
Everything that *an IMS found in E W Thomas I lr> H -- .__. ,
? few mouths''lIilt to Ma-con and 'Iud have through trains in nperaiimihy 7..21) b!".vl l.n.l uucu = =::::::L.:: ::= -
1 for a a first-class Dry Go-nls Store be 1 L Douglas ,
.
can Nov. 1. Tbe distance from M\tun to lIur Th y CVr one ;
, other Georgia cities. I :found at N. J. Jones & Co. ItJ ralntka is about 302 miles." J f M Smiley 4.20P \ conic it rail in


Why -don't yon come and buy a! .adj' Fine Shoes, the cheapen Herald.Also' the"The following Georgi froji Southern the Palatka) and : 8 Crews 4.70D mind; testiuioniila. 4 CO. I GARDINER *.m PACE :

suit *hH* thi-y are cheap at in the market, at N. J. Jones & Co. Florida railroad has completed all preliminary Alvarez t 2.00 Toledo O. 48 4t I 4sfr3TArKE
J. G. Alvarez. ; 2.00E
Country merchants will find it to arranetnents. and work will com M L Unugliu Florida
mence within the limits of the city of W Thomas 2.0' BITTERS Bradford County,
mill If heir interest
fc KierulfFs to buy their ;
Farmer ampton. spring ,Dyspepsia Mala $
Palatuka k-day with as large a force of 2 00 .
p S Crews
f ta again In operation and they 'stock from Truby, Sternberg & Co. bands as can be procured." 2 00 I ria Debility.Belli\ Genuine Pby l- : Ju J :
J I M Smiley ; I
nre ready to fill all orders on short Mosquito Canopies and Hammocks I This compay hare purchasd a large I I. L Alvarez 2.00 I has red lines on wrapper. AGENTS : 'j

ctlce. it Truby_, _St mburg_ & Co.Jeiuouade body of laud) at Palalka. for shops and Adjourned. want building RBI ESTATE : c

number\ of Starke Od3Valer u docks ing $40.000 cash for the pur- that ,
Quit x people Ginge. paj Cotnmi..Ionr.' Court. i take ; .
nchool ice-cold .Meacham's a' chase. in u bhort thine they expect to turn Cunatjr BITTERS.
tended the Sunday picnic Pop, at at Indiges
I June 3, 1889. Malaria .i ;
Lakeside last week All report a times. the dirt in Bradford. dealers keep It. ? .- 4
lit members and were <
All ,
present :
enjoyable time. Car load of Flour arrived Since the above was put in type Dr. Shllo't GROVES: ."
'It/11 just at called 'to order by Chairman E. A. : >;h whrn ORANGE ,'- ". .,
:
N. J. Jones' L. Gasskins. has received telegram J.\\ iate relief. Prict .' ;
The city council are digging the cheap,cash store. 8 Todd. Minuti-s of last meeting ap- 2 : I ; ,
1.
Palaika that 1000 hands work J
fir.t of the city wells. It is on the Spring Goods at N. J. Jonas in were at jj-'ovcd. 1'fctitioii of Mr. II. Ma SO FARMS f
'
corner 1.".the bank and is to be 4 ft. an endless variety.Beautiful 8 the road via Hampton. hone et al to open public road thro' C'OUGffcan' be We'sc !' IMPROVED. : ,.'fi" l-
!
( i care.
and feet Sonnyslde I'lnIDC.. himself and N. D. ;_ J
w deep. owned i
square line of Ladie Paranoia lands by : < Jo IN&R. '
The weather ia .ice at ? LANDS. ] > "
very present.We received also counter pelitum ; WILD
and Sun Umbrellas atjj llagauun, erab'e Indigest f
left by
C Blankenburg
Mrs. 1
Mr, ana had shower last >k, !
a refreshing we D. Ha et al both
N. amau ; Ap'p
and Co. by : LOSH of
jj Truby, Sternburg
Lac.V i4.
Fon du
topend
wtek.for ..:
lift ; which was much needtd. considered, and it id ordered ; Vitalize .j J'
the numiner. Early fall will Ladies' Slippers, Newport and petitions 2 hUd- to tl'o FLORIDA I :.i
Crop look well but they are young that D. Alvarez, L. D. Wall ia i I 4,000,000 Acres of belonging -

Jrjng them back again.Mr. Oxford Ties at Everything peaceable here and all are and \V. 11. Rivers are appointed a RE tEDTa t throughout tbe taU, and j

G?o. Ilugil has returned toChicago I I Truby, Sternber and Co. enjoying good health. \I committee to view the premises and Catarrh, Diptheria 2 SOUTHERN ILlI'.Ir.' .\YI CO., distributed Georgia to Fort lUrnU, J zj
Goods in endless of
( ,, where he will spend the Summer Dress We are waiting for the Georgia railroad I report at next mertinjc on the necessity extending southward from ieouth boundary S _

.Ufn 1 r. 31i s. hugh trill remain variety at Truby, Stercbuig and Co. i which will koon be cotapleted to this of said road. Petition from !I and gttHrxntee I.lver Com on 1- -I

tvilb her mother end brother. GenU' Opera and Kewpoit Ties point. haw try asking tint bridge be built pl\ b's Vitaliiter. It in Monroe county. I J *it .

Mrs. Daisy Tilghman. of Gainesville at Truby, btemburg & Co. There will he several acres nf strawberries over the low place now occupied by 2 Liberal Terms\ajd\ Special Inducements are ojfered

A new lot of Dry Goods at set out h re th:8: fall. The fruit crop dangerous structures east of railroad; will i.r i. 1I
has our thanks for program- & Co.Egyptian Burrin's mill, received, and \ >>K (-,'UKh miLd BONA FIDE SETTLERS. Vt
and invitntions to the comjayncetnent 2 Truby, Sternburg is good this year. ,noith of B n3 ANP JOINER. 2 'S r ,
mes Lace and Swiss Embroidery The 11O 'have built a nice pier on the E.: A. Todd appointed to investigate I _
of the 1 : ot J .
seminary. Wl11iamsMand lanilii -
iltoul'l :ngtJ at lak* at the bith'ug place for bat herb' I and report at next meeting. Petition Working 350OCd Aerts of Swann's laud and ,

Tit Flf. School .Tournnl published' fit I Trub), Sternburg ant1. 'VMixfd I convenience. They luvc tine times there 1 1nlw. '>y John Hale et al! asking for a tpvllin;: matchat both sides of the Florida Railway and- Navigation -," !

OiiinsviUf neat little paper puMmlirdn I Meaeham's. bridge over Five Mile creek, on the Hall next Monday Sam'l A. Swann, situate on an4 -. 1 r
Table Nuts
coast
at AlUnli
,
the interest of the East Pla. Seminar)'. We have prayer meeting every Saturday hake Butler and Worthington road men of tin Co's line of I :ulro d b -1 : the J

Pure creamery butter and cream church. We invite aUto laid over till next meeting. Petitionof captains for ; .' 'XIC'J .
j>nly M ctl. A 'ear. night at Hope ] I
the Gulf (
cheese at J. G. Alvarez.I 2 11. F. Ensey et al! for public settlement e the spellers.: Cedar Keys, en ( i
for Orange come and help the gcod cause aloiig. _- --
The appropriation Parasols from 25c. to 5 dollars at road from Starke to 'Yi1d r. to attend and l --
slim the
The falls as judge
preacTuug
school
rained the
College was by Truby, Sternburg and Co. road. 3 miles from Starke, "- A prize ;'% IMPROVED FARMS '
he hess GRQYS andi.
it- than
hoard to (100 ptrmontli and assi ',- fails lo come, and yet he nearer ORANG
& & fused. Ordered that a leward of to the one silting .
furnuhed. & 4 v *y v was last year by five miles. But the judgeis I 1 _
ant teacher Saved by buying goods at always busy. I S200 he offered by the county for down! last. Ad A SPECIALTY.

. J. M. Henderson, the photograph Truby, Sternburg and Co. We wonder when the nsw school house the CUII\ iction of the murderers of i cream and cake .

i< ejecting a new little bouse on John and tieorge Ruff on the ICth Send for discripiive pamphlet mapsetc.
er, Job lot of Hosiery at will be built at Sunuyside? '
district for Jim The usual warrantH for __ __ I'1II ;
burnt a gallery. ult. pauper -w--_
the
: S
y Truby Sternhurg and Co. I Well, 1 must say something on lime wet treated to a wed -_-_-_ .:7" -
if he has build issued i also the follow- .
is i not to he left to 65.50 were ,
A full line of fancy groceries just and dry question. I say i am III favor ofpruhituiioii I young gent, we 11 ( : WtTKO1VKP i ,
home. ,
his own received at J. G. Alvarez. 2Ladies' -but will we get it? TimeVole lug: bailiff $s 5.00 his suit. Now is i V.DL J ;
S P Crews
.
The general average of the Starke: 1 two declared this county ; the fee.
Sun hats at yearn ago c't 7.16 '
'I' J Huirm, cost justice
Institute; for the last free term was Truby, Sternburg% and Co. dry, but in reality it lemaiued and still is H" 11.60L '
Sheriff
requested Uto to PaIa'oe 1Jryt1OO4SBtrO rrAitzE
but
low. It is now 10 receive I free whiskey!
very barney as wet as it ever was. say work 250.00
it Heavy wagon and buggy T Richard, bridge ready to collect
month, when last year rpeive4 make it who wish, so no one can
165pt'r Let all 84.75A
cheap at J. G. Alvarez. 2 J R. Kit-hard: lumber, etc., may call at your :
<- $100 per month. bell it at all those little dens in the tonns work 3.00
Don't forget that Meaeham mak.gthe I E Moitt, jail ;
Wide Awake ror June Is a handsome boss milk shakes with his new and which ruin the county. Suppnbe M V Smith, county com'r 9.20 : t ] Zat. .-- ,

little magazine for the children it should Bradford county should go wet; then L Wilkovski, & 'I 2.00J FIre. -
shaker.
:
be a regular vi-itor to every h-u h01tl. patent there would he no less thnn two or three Q Adams, inquest 3.00 :30"f" tisiled Jackson

I'ublhhed by D. Lotbrop it Co., Boson Old newspaper hundred.for sale at this ,:,i': iiis put un in Sturke. I sny. let us not LI Aiis-tin, const inquest 2'.5 which 65 houses Bantesik ua'White au'B t1Q&JJ 5; 'I? '

A ( $'UO u year. office, 25ct a have it. :'eb. We \\un'l have it. 1 say M R IJessdy and O. Haynen, loss of $150OUU -

,. Mr. Richardson, son of PresidingElder Have you?tried Just one the of drink Meacham'foi a 1 I if we cau't'ote ami do good by voting. bridge work 3.00 incendiary origin, .

Milkshakes I lieu lei us not fool our time away. Let Sheriff 3.30
t in the a inquest Moels
Richardson, wan city near" the ; Lac-os 1'IIlJlnevTA
r. hot licence but I road work 13.POV \,;
day.
few tan ta t .t week. Rumor has it I us have prohibition or no ; JV Batten,
thf intends to Just unloaded a car load of f'lourI don't liclbvc we will get prohibitiuu by i \ T Wed, cl'k and aud., 17.(} I burned an area

that one* gentleman of Starke's fairest youngladies. capture I at Truby, Sttrnburg & Co., which Voting dry. fur there arc much in this Adjourned.II by 3 k another. GENT'S AND 9075' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND:. tL--

' is selling at the same low )'irices. **.orld who will sell it in spit of all. Idoii Protest At Ala. before the fire FINE CLOTHING. JL-.-r. ..fI

Ladies i drop into N. J. Jones' 'I want wlmke.sld at all, and 1 will Editor TJLEOUAPUY'mr com-spond- control, and at \ .-'I .
for June i U nn hand -
flrflrd' Magazine: i mammoth Dry Good Store and ask I not vote for ii, ullli. I say. any man cnll- enl "Observer" has evidently overreached I the entire I !; 'Oi '_ I>_ IFURMIBliL
interfiling '
sereril
beside -
lianrUome number I Mrs. Minnie ft. Wall, his manageress ing himself! a church nu-mhttr llU1Ilta. the mink in his sli-U-mi-nts in jour p per I ;. ; : : : : : ; ; : ; : .:
contains complete -- : : URNiPUR1; ,
it ;
a
nhurt '
stories
: ,
the lIeUat 8 don't think of what he must ; F I I 4
to show you wet. he rt-rtainly Itiktrvk.. From what he hays you ?" I \ I .;
ivtl in each number. i : i ; ,
n is doing to himself or friend amid any have M very bud lown. Diuiikcn mei l: and I W,
Cradles at (
Clark Grain
puhlthid by Uelforcl, ;
t?.00 H *tnr,
: low a* to, throughtsolillg Drunken
lh.itil'
& Co. man etoopso ulrt-els every dny.
Stern : on
burg boys your ,
Truby, ELSE FAILS. s:1
& Co. N. Y. the selling of whisk and that the ALL Parlor su :
Florida Water aril countenance br" who butted the bull off the Perfuims, tit to live from bT dru riflts.
As to Meat-ham's. -y in Kid county. is not among wh'ukey is got light there in Slarke -

j bridge we can't tell, unlen it was Cologne at us cbril tiltus1 am ptoud to see the live Iig nll. Well, should *ay that it ia rath- Loung p, Easy chairs, Looking Glasses ;

" the fellow that won't use Ganter'smagic Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Apples, stand the Alliance taken on this subject. or hard on Starke. the bel\utifullittle city Piso's Cure & Cots. i :
Pillows ,
Meacham's.Every
Springs
Sold Lemons at Mattresses
cholera ,
chicken cure Orange 4. 12. 16. with such high aopirulions. I Imvv been ptiOll saved ,

"no cure, no pay" by department in our store is i I The School Board. there but twice in my life but I mawno.himiug H. DOWELL Eden-, A 'ULL LINE OF CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS AND
Rivers & Joiner. with new good i
full to overflowing o'clock on while I was there.
School Itoard! convened at 10 of the kind April 23, 1887.

'Ie I. \\ are sorry to announce that at prices lower than ever. & Co. June 4th. Present J. M. Smiley. in the Perhups I am not H close observer. It is I PA/TENT/ ? ROCKERSPicture
Truh Sternburg
Capt. .1. N. Jone u fctil1 quite ill at chair. P. 5?. Crews D. L. AIvan, E. W. evident from his sUtements: that the officers -

.. )Jns home. The captain has had along Latest !.tyleo in ladies' Summer Thomas and M. L. Douglas. of the law have been very negligentin Frunes made to order. Upholstering or all kinds j

and hard spell of it. Ilia many Hats at N.:J. Jones. 8 Read nUll confirmed minutes of last I time discharge of their duties in permitting Solicited. Cash: or easy pa'menh.t .1.-.

. friends wish him great lipped in recovery. J. G. Alvarez is closing out his meeting. Considered the petilion of the A l'oI8 lo sell whiskey in violation I

entire Mock of clothing, come and Hopewcll) coli-red tchool asking for n I'or of the Jaw nnd that public sentiment is in : BLNKIENRURt1'SGa.kins' ; ; : I '

Mr. Gardiner informs that he has buy a suit before it i is too late. 2 lion of tiu-ir npprnpilotlon. to bo Used in favor of hbkey. Well, if U is lhat W\ I a ; '

I, 'JoHcrrd the water from his muck Allov embroideries building; It bch xl houc. Not granted. without licenrc. hiit would it be with Block STA.RE, FDA... .,)

land 1 ffct, JJc bas now 500 acrtstif Tiubv, Sier"burg & Co. -- 1II'l'rj.t."lcllt-, wet allowed! furlhej hint I'i I license Ttu-fold of course because Courrh' CCr.E Merll-Poll __u :j-' .v: J..fNORqANS'

ns tine nnulc IUII:1.1' any hi the The best flour m the \voild, still tn 'iiifvcl; titles: in certain school propertY'l there would be icu limes as much trnlt.! : Children ,

i-tati1.. The new railroad pat-ues} right cheap at J. G. Alvarez. 2 Petition of James Belling MdU But "Observer" appears to think thai objection.. :5c. I; "I I : ; j BZ;
"" lit' .' tt. The celebrated T. II. B. cigar at neW school site Uid ion table.Tne whiskey without license will make intoxication -I 1 I : : I : : : :
made with I j
l were than whiskey
Truby Sternburg & Co. leceivedosp Truby, Sternburg\ & Co. following anangeine'ite come q..itkl.r
,
setmool JI.'Ur'iz: to rualrteEcln He Ihiuki it hard that men have
the next liccuff.
t loads of goods yfsterday.Now : and \Voreestermauce fur : ALL ELSE (AILS. O. BUILDING.
Tomato: Catsup >ols for five months and to usk the been indicted for selling whiskey without Taste* .. V., _

is i the time to plant cow i at Walter Wills. 'ouutcmllmissioncflJ fur a tive mill tax license "ud asks why they did it. Why : I.

1es. 200 bushels of clean Clay A word to the wise is i enough for tlmt purpose. dues any man break the law? Simply i--- s.t.c.-: '4-

IIi \VbiJporwill| \ just received ate buy jour goods at i List of schools with their appropriations because he wants to. If there was no I bw D E ALE: P..s 1 1ST j

Truby, Sternburg tb Co. Truby, Slernburg & Co. school month: against murler yon would not have ttiofinn ;:

The! most goods for th; least Three pounds of thr best New per No. Nnme and District. Sum. indictee that kills his fellow-man. ( I.pp.i: SCHOOL 1JOOKH, STATIONARY, OF ALL KINDS, AGENT*
20 of lawsprohibitory
inn'nev Js t our motto. York olate Evaporated Apples for 1 Highland. Lnwtcy f i Are not all. or a great portion our

,. '1rubv\ Sternlitirg & Co. 25 cents .at Truby, Sternburg & Co 2 Dowling. LuKe Butler: 2'J 2J' I i ? A tilizen bus He HO little intimalet right Boot and PoUsrinm.) 3bbev tnm St
another.
Pnlesliue! break as
one
3 IMison, to
.
misses' clippers all the stone juirs
S I t-adies' and opera You can buy 40; would not have been
, at from Capt. i u. F. 4 Tin mns that tluiMindklid LIBRARY AND FINE CIGAR3.SUBSCRli'TINS .
nt your o\\n price etc., etc., you want SO been for the law of SEA-SILE
fc Co. there i is 5 New Zion criminals if it had not .
Truby, SuTiibnrg York of Lake: Butler hut if IS
20 I
them belling
fo bid ;
which
else need call it J. G. 6 lluck!cra L U prohibition.
hard times-buy anything you tried! OR MAGAZIZQL Ordm
\ remedy for Ai'al'l'z'and it. 2 I 7 LaKe Butler. 33 whiskey. Well, th-n the man you and TertiaIY1Ihiu.flnah- EiE'EIVEDFORANY PAPER
get
D
your goods at 1uwldeis Caslin"' 22 I for mur er would not hive been a crimlnal Sores and r-rofulons leumatiim and- solicited antI prompt nttcntioa given i to same.

TruLy, Sternberg & Co. Sugar cured hams, 80 if It hud not been for the law again!t ; all tow that have STABKE. ?k. January 13. 1?-83. 79 lira
boneless ham, breakfast bacon" etc. Aiulri-WH, yield 'idly and sorely I
confection- kept bv 20 murder. 'Going into the army nevei of P .P., the gnat ,
The hpe -
"t ) \ GloVe -
\all fresh and sweet, at J. G. Avane.When 1(1 Pine I l J -
chance t'1 -- -
him
.
Walter'Ills.. 40 made thiet.. it only gave a ---- ---

'ou'nnt anything in the 11 LnwU-y 65 show himself." It is Hie same way will A. E. MOITT
Fine candies atIOc.. to 75c. per'\ !lin- to 12 Starke Insiitute. ,
Hardware.. go 20 prohIbition. i. draws tIlt line between I :
.
\'alterVihl.i. 13 Rising.tarke
oi;'nd at \ bternburg I 'Truhy I 30 bad amid the good citizens: the blood producing FLORIDA.
I T)
14 Vanderniil. Sorei on the Arm KEI.I.STIa( ;
\\'> will sell clothing cheaper Clay Whippoorwill seed at I 15 Smilt-v, Pine Hill) 24 the law the good keep it. "Woe cure of which use AH P.P.these P., STA -n.-w-. .__ _-1_ __..J-. -
earth. :
thin: *any* house Teub8tcrnh"r'in the county.' & C'o.The Truby, Sternburg SCo. I 16 Pronoun. 25'' him that tempteth a brother!" theft Indeed to the on power of P. P. P., To inyjP.itrons and the general Public I would respectfu.lv: annonw
law Hguinst strength.
Jars for everybody at L B 30 Better not have a thortnotice. 7
.
Fruit OB
li1c.. customers
17 }'in
old stand} ready to serve my
that :I Istill at ,
wh.1. <;. Alvarez S J. G. Alvarez.: 30 might tempt brother to take am my
reason 2 t 18 HClh1ing. Lawley POISON endeavor to turnout
sells out such a big\ stock of Dry J L B 25 that did not belong to him. 0 fy for Aftherctof, I shall in the future use my beat
the best Baby carnages: at t 19 Midway. "() with '. the attention of those in need .(
G Hlii iN because hc'lIto P II 25 an argument I HnincCluotislt'lIt j ; eomettort tD curs good w.r1c'at a low figure. I solicit
Truby, Sternburg & Co. I 30 l Bioxluiiu. patient was in Eternal Pain ,
g/hls for the least money. 2 20 I server" asks what bnv we g.tiucd pbyndara. In some cases
Furniture at reduced} prices at 21 Providence out till the partywaa a Carriages
suit ? I have bcui
early. 20
,
Come and buy your & Co. \ 23 Hope Church. Hampton j Ilncall'roblLitiun ; a bottle of P. P.Po was
Arn; determined "to sell out all my Truby, Sternburg 23 Piue Hill, 5lby j an ex-orlicial of thicoun'.y.. who i is yielded quickly. 4

clothing iu' the next 60 d.xys. Fine lot Pig Hams at 24 Prevatte. burke 20( :1 a position to kuuw. that il has sav Bui.ggieswagOri..S

2! J. G. Alvarez.J 1 J. G. Alvarez. Pro 22 i thousands of ilol'ars: !., the couiity. ,
v 25 Ft. Call,
.'. there" 251 1 thousands of gallon. ii f % I P.P.P.stands : axi.dOa.x"tBor .
on has prtveutcd of the Blood
still\ C'trl'l
G. \ received :i JJaruptuu
Alvarca ? \ValterVihls has just 26 Spar&mau. ...Il and Borne of its cures are other style of
2 drank l dIe piopic any
btt-iness. 20 stuff ln:5iijc by
_ the butter and cheese fine stock of etknfcctionery, crackers, 27 AUlormun. ..
l 20 'iing uti unkm-un quantity (if anything like SyphJlIs.Pcre- .
hal he I'l" I
Sturkuf
W e heard a man saY etc, 28 -iir.j.Min River, : Ulcers. Old Sore, Bbeoma- '
of Until 4td I, uiis cry and tlio1;(1'. ll his produced 1 I cf the Wood be mrs and VEHICLES.Plow's :
,
lied the greater portion Gm tat rtdnciiitn in prices, of summer :9: Stal ,CliP and : I ; .
their coin, : Hu1.r 20 i III1I1WI-t' niiimil of hapiHGvvt ; .". Potas.
ford county bought all I hess goods at ; f \ nler Onk (.oool! ). Ash. Poke '
e !ht cit izns. ll h... kept tiud-\ medicine like tbe cany
nnd meal 30 i t
I buic m "
oats: ,hay) : bran, flour grits : Truby, Slernbuig & Co'l'ruhv 31 C.iin Chip'.rj! (csol.), P H formula la on every bottle j.
,f_ al J. U.'Alvarvz' warehouse, and' hewas \ r Ui; Hoj.fwell (coil ). trov 3;) ;;, nllll laa t'11i''Sarh' l' AI liltHI. 11.\\-' i tee blood of its purity doc and wbote-give. Harrows Cultivators order

1 that.' the place! tn;} Sleinuiirg & Co. arc tuak lm (cl.) .2o i bconie dehperatc. but the total) I purifier -
light
: too; I attractive\ hcw window_ Providence lw kllu''m.il.; t th! .- ,
2 lug a. very 15of} t..i will t.ot
J gel it, 13t l\tll.e\\si'IIL( ). L B in PRU1 i: Aid other Fyrniing Implements.hide" ,
Go an,l M-e. it. 5. nic.it Uv.; lie Kt\s crime 114 s ratiitr !
with e'd
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A. INJKCTOU 35 HAIR
NASAL I t
Mtt18 or SLiilofs C ltIUI ht JO1NKU IUt'l1\, \ Delicious an.l ref lushing Linn 3 ,0- I
"4 s cent ItlVKHSaivJ Juice in bottles. 25 cc-nts 1.i ., ;tO piuhilifiOn; tJl c..itkl it. tie fvtgus i &&mr1aa'crow I aKainl strontrly by exj :ri"prfi
made ;
t Drops ,-. PaUsiine.3S I ivep Faila to KM or* Gry Guns, l'ilOlI ; t'tc' n' .
. aht1 frAgrant \ ot ,hihilii.ii, still l he M: Hair to ita Youthful Color. 1Ct1..i5 *"-t!!
\t. "IIACK"I TACK." a llL..tlu K bottle at Meach.imV iLimptoit, 40 In: in fI VI.r pri .'. \Vtomjkna-mi. Only thVbest 1i si
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DECORATIVE ART. Over the Cataract.
VOF THE AVALANCHE by some dashing exploits with boat
t/ ., the system can b curedb; usLng C.
.. J5on the moon tain high; parties against Tory privateors. He When the brave Stanley and hfc tireless Little Liver No pa Rip' d ,
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f. .uier the wind my mother the snow: had been offered a promotion for these Great All-Around Progress Had Dorinf followers were pushing their way into Cen- comfort attending t u r _

1 .q '., i .ben the crap that split the sky services, but had declined it "till he the Put TwentT-flra ean.Art tral Africa they came one day to the bank 3fl5SU9IPPI- company. bays y ((3)1 (

J.\ ,.Velster*the plaintive son** that blow, had done to deserve that is essentially decorative has of a mighty river. Footsore and weary, order A for 4.0,000,000 rive& Ji': i4 1 f4I.
somethingmore butt ch : 1
Now loud and wild, now aad aal low a natural analogy with essentially lyrical they Quickly launch their boats and find from ft 8k Louis woe I
I / rough the pine down the rocky slop. promotion. the smooth hou I :) 1a1
poetry. A form of versification rest and change In floating upon -t % lIIIllhI i&I Ii I.
4' ) A few months before, a party of BrItIsh stream. I.I I
of the
t.. Long at rest on the mountain crest, once chosen, the necessary conditions surface I.i
Cold and sullen and white I lay dragoons had captured General Soon, however, the watchful eye o* the 11AY ,1Yt5t1\ i

_.1i -IWIIe-beat In mJ'Icy breast Charles Lee and carried him off tc of meter and rhyme become to the great explorer sees pnmistakable signs

-J It".>.. Au ..mournful sounds of the winds at plarS their It was this event that poet as the qualities of his materialto of the near presence of a cataract. Tho .:

j. I .-. In"T solemn pines all night, all day; camp. the artist opportunities, not restrictions current grows swift, tiny bubbles float by.
1 f. fc.nei on the rock Ilope.fo probably suggested to Colonel Barton The signal is given to land, and the party
not for
only opportunities
;
the idea of getting possession of Gener. bank.
seeks the low shelving
-=- oted at last from the chains that fast safety on :
of meter and but for
beauty rhyme an
m. \
'. al Prescott He fall in with however, pushes his
$ ," In their icy fetters bound me, happened to One daring spirit,
..Q r My race began my limbs unclasped, a deserter from the British army in emphasis on the utterance of his little canoe into the middle of the stream dr1&IL

twW1 the north wind whittled'round me. Newport who him a particular thought not attainable outside that and goes resolutely forward, with the seeming
gave .
And the ghostly mows white-crowned, mo of the form of verse. He is no post who finds intention of finding whether tho river is : ( .5--
h. I down the description large, old-fashioned
plunged
rocky slope. navigable.In : _. wMA'a1
and meter his
rhyme hamper imagination
r mansion, about four miles from Newport vain his comrades shout and gesticulate
\ Halting1 and low I first did go where General Prescott had hi nor is he who is not inspired by I rushing wildly along the river bank inpursuit. "J
Quickened to lifo .bisters eaQ -
by 'I.
my ; the conditions of his 1c -
material deco-
a thunder of fan- -
r r For Ice was my blood and my body snow headquarters. It stood alone about Not until the loud 'I.

r-s'. 1f-.a'w: While the night hang o'er me like a p"U. three-quarters of a mile from the shore rator. From the exalted position assumed lag water breaks upon his ear docs he attempt -or- 1_ \ % I :

.' Shrouding the crags with their summlU tall, and was usually guarded by a small to-day by realistic painting. to turn. LIVER OIL .
r: COD
I* : And the pines on the rocky elope.ju decorative Alas it is too late. ,
art
risk
v- seems to run some .
i_ force of troops posted at some distance : The oars are wrenched from his bands, .
and Compound Syrup ofRypophoRphltel. J
\ on i tore WIth and of being shouldered into with Extract of Malt "
an altogether
rusu ruu.rI ; me house i about atomin \
very i oeiieve, the boat is tossed wildly a mere Cures Consumption. BronoblUstoughs. -

-.4'-&r' / Through w.y the: pines on"the slope I gored my still standing, or was until recently, secondary and insignificant place. It the seething waters, and in a brief moment Colds, Scrofula and all Walun Diseases ; % ------1 .

; I Then on to the valley dashed once more and no one need wish a better houseat can only be saved by its material, aa which seems an ago to the lookers It..i. pleISfl t and palatable$take mm ,

: My passions maddened by each delay Newport than that. poetry by its lyrical qualities from the on, it is dashed to pieces against a huge- boast.Ju heD."e bcta aroalo.tdtate I. .S 0-- S -f
My only I thought to slay S to clay ISo assumptions of realistic We bowlder on tno very brink of a frightful .tr :
Colonel I
Barton prose. '
selected
I sped to the forty men to 1.
beneath.
valley II precipice.In
% go with him in five boats to capturethe must sing and' have fresh words to I vain our comrades are kindly warning dl..lon.lot llr after.e.e o Po'e lMr to.Usert w.ll.w Itl. _seat..th: \ -
t Ho! Ho! 'Tis done; my race II run; sing; and as a touch ourhearts CDI
often
: "j British General. When they were song may us of our danger. These columns have er Ematalon eertalaly do

}, What I've a murdered glorious sight to-night for a tomorrow's hundred men sun; I assembled on the shore about ten as nearly as a novel, we shall portrayed the fearful scourge that sur 'It U a giet producer toe Blood or DOX .d 1. .

) When it looks on these soulless bodies again miles from the scene of operations, he not care to think of it as on a lower rounds us. Often we hear the expression"Is rapidly CI.E.I pnriae.la weight while taking p.Ueat& '* '

',, Asleep In their icy prison-pen made them a little speech telling them artistic level than the stories we get this fearful scourge more prevalent It U a true Emulsion,the..If OD thata* -
1, All dead la tho valley together. than in olden times?i" always ready. always.Uke and that nev.i
that the expedition was dangerous and from the circulating library. LeS I We at t.. J
Forbes Heermans In America. II say "No. ha.a thick guinamy greasy JE3
-. .- that probably some of them would lose elaborately imitative of the details oi I In Brutus and Julius C 5ar's time, in the top to upMtthe FATIEST. I Tlc .

: their lives. He added: reality it will certainly be, but there! dark ages we read of powerful men being It It!U. used In all the by the leading most..plt.__ pfaylelani -
STEALING .1
A GENERAL.Story "If any of you are unwilling to engage is room in it for as much of art, and I stricken down. The same obstacles are In pr.er.bed the Unitd Atatc and Caaada. AFTERNOOfr( TEA. -
met. The victim succumbs to the disease.
-. in the perhaps in a more highlydistilledform Ak your Drugrfst for it,and take no other.
enterprise,
you are now at Tbs recent discoveries of the microscope Said 0. to Mrt. D. *frL o.
of the of full for as much of nature too. And J. A. MAGEE& CO., Mrs-D-1f ,
Capture I
Pompous liberty to decline it; and I shall not has developed tbo real cause of so many terrible LawnceM: (' a CUP of fine ) "toe's but
4 Old General Prescott have the worse opinion of any person so with the adornment of our rooms fatalities and brought out the fact that Oer.Our Dhe chg Inet P'J 0 then,. e :
pretty ho 70ndr.
: Some for so doing. I want no man with me and the windows that we fill with colorin many of the symptoms which are called diseases ELY'S CATARRH I HM gained In lo surprisingly; And tried that famous remedy
of the British .
.
officers
who who does not go willingly." our churches; we should not, if w are but symptoms of kidney disorder. CREAMBALM She seems U wel a well can bet TTtlcb did s much for you and me-
served In the revolutionary war had avery It II People do not die because of the kidneysulcerating Is the I wonder?". Favorite Prescription-'
happy talent for On putting the question to them, can help wish that, though different I and destroying their spinal column cue Pec' J
making themselves man his from they should be intellectually beneath For debilitated and overworked wonen, Dr. Pierce's' Favorite )
hated the American every expressed willingness to but because the poisonous waste mat. Jo was "rn-ow ;
by people go, and they at once took to their boats. the pictures that we pay shillings ter is not extracted from the blood as it : after aurrt Elift of all restorative tonl 8. It is n potent Specific for all .
and
few succeeded better in this than uT those ChroniC Weaknesses and Diseases.peculiar to Women; a powerful tonio
to look at and them. passes through the kidneys, the blood
rowed only
They with now Art Cream
swiftly muffled two
oars
,
JJrigadier-Gcneral Richard Prescott Bam and it vigor and strength to the whole system. It promptly- 'C
then purifying organs, but remains, forcing its uenine impar
British can itself months to the 01
not in the find
past a fort passed several redoubts express only weak back
Commandant of Montreal in 1775. Itt II way through the system, attacking the cur stomac1 nausea, idj bloating, DeroU nr
tu his brutal treatment of Ethan past several British ships of completely flexible media that admit weakest organ. right 7str whtch prostration, debility fc carefully compounded by experienced the

1 Allen which war, without exciting any alarm and The so-called realism of representation The doctors call this a disease, when in was closed for 2 and skillful and adapteil to woman> dcliMtc organization.. 'Ito

first made him odious. reached the shore nearest Prescott's but in materials that impose their own reality it is but a s.ymptdm.Understanding yean, wa oncan Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless.ir* any condition of the system.
I That popular hero elated by his free at the is the medicine for sold by
Favorite
only drugrgbto
easy house a little before midnight. A limits. In art as in life, there is nobility this tho reason why: ott. Precrpton" women .1
capture of Ticondcroffa and misled by silent in, and Warner's Safe Cure cures so many common feel very thankful.R. .- $ und(positive satisfaction in every case, or price ($1.00)) rfunde
march of for. self-re
compensation
three-quarters of a mile .
II. 1' the and
false information attempted to take diseases is plain. It removes the causes of Crcsscngham, has been printed on botte.wpper Cl
brought them within hail of the sentryon straint as well as for the wise acknowledgment 275 ISth Street out for .
; Montreal by a sudden dash with a band disease by putting the kidneys in a healthy; many yea .

L of thirty Americans and eighty Canadians. .. duty near the front door. Him they of external restraining neces condition; enables them to perform their Brokly. -FEVERapplied t 1 by WoBiD'a DiaruraABT }!mICA AssociAnoy,rroprietora.lUM. 1Jb 1

I Tho Canadians first deceived, then seized and silenced sities. The actor, for instance, who functions and remove the poisonous acids paUII"Je' rent*at Into each nostril and II a/e. Cpr. -- -I I
by
promptly ran while the men surrounded the house.A reveals too soon tho whole compassof from the blood; purifies the blood and prevents M cents. ELY rrllt.ts.6 mall Ntw Yen : ,
C away, and Colonel Allen found :
soon the
mighty negro named Prince, who his emotional resources has lost hi' poisonous matter coursing UTlSlljVER
himself a prisoner of war face to face through the system and attacking the \ C.9 9 pT Tk :
with General lived many years after to tell the tale, hold over us, the really impressiveman weaker and is baiiof .
Prescott, in the barrack organs producing a malady DYSPDPsia e a s u .
-c yard of the Montreal troops. stove in the front door with his head. showing us that only at the culminating which the unsuspecting victim fears is, and \ Purely Veflstabla and Perfectly Harmless. -

lIe butted it once without effecj, but at instant-perhaps not the the heartless practitioner pronounces, a to 9'' '
The two men presented a striking tide present I.for TTnequaled M a Liver PHI. Smallest cheapest, wuriest
contrast Prescott the second blow the panel yielded, and L whole of it even then. Many human disease, because of his inability to remove cure and fin ., I.IS take, Otse ,lnT ) Ptollet a Do e. Cures Sick U.adaeh I

in his stiff regImentals Barton instantly entered. This woke, interests cling close to the productions the cause. aChe Constipation and ,thatTiitt's t Heaehe, oniilpatloD. .ldlg".UOD, Bilious A&&CJ B
and stiller manners, an officer He avoids the real cause and keeps his derangements of tQmb bwe1 2 i gt by
_I.'L .. .. tho landlord who was forced by the of the decorative arts of the home and patient in ignorance because dugt
of his
VI 1.16 inability
U1U DVUW& All c\'ery sense, saw 1111Ill'
threat of instant death to point out the' Lreslde which enshrine memories of to with advanced 111 Lira uvbiwui vc
aT
before him a figure as little like a military cope an kidney diffi > -le LleJrce tJc.ytlil3pr.tectroods.
fT" officer door of Prescott's room. Another lunge happiness or sorrow, gratify innocent culty. Pills CAUTION : bhylhlhm p.: : dlrt If your '
ho had wears
as ever seen in his anh I LA name and
w.
of the negro's head broke in that door vanities, recall pleasant Any honest practitioner will admit that fUl >
t life. Allen was dressed in the hunting hospitalities, there is MM MMBMMM price stamped 01 ttcn:,and&ythgelh: L'hfSI'* 'orJustitttj& &
laid
also, and in a moment Barton was by and teem with homely nothing down in the old or in, thereby. Dealers mxke more profit t>rt \n ""nI a-
: shirt of the period a loose, double-. every-day asso the modern medical works that is a specific do Dot be Induced to buy choes that ),av\O no"l Buy only tho that have L
the General's side. ciations. It is to their advantage, as for bAve become so '.mon8. They aefpvedily 'nwn and the prIc stamped the bottoin.in.1jon are 5 u'to gt full for your m
breasted-jacket of doer-skin. His vest advanced kidney disorder. His bigotry and eentljr on .be dlgeetlvurgansgIlu Uoiiufidi fl"'lTf ait MVW annually la 01'*ccuintry_ .Ue wearers oJ 11' **ouui.bWx. l.
;r and breeches were of coarse woolen General Prescott, you are a pris- well as to their possessors', if, beyond and code prevent him from publicly adopting them tone and.1"01.. g .

) stuff and oner," said he. this the art in them is of a vital and any preparation not discovered by his assimilate food.No griping or nausea.
he had
-r/ worsted In on his head a red .I know it," said the General. "Giveme clear-speaking nature that is intelligible kind and not recommended by his instructors Sold Evey where.

I however car he was a spite commissioned of appearances officer time to put on my clothes." not only after death, as it were, to this 25 is or a progressive 80 years before.world He, and forgets that most that I Office, 44 !Murray St., New York. ; ; j ;

J In the service of the United Colonies, In breeches and slippers, the stout the connoisseur who entombs them in of the great scientific and medical discoveries In 1SS31 Blood Poboa pivi'

not yet independent States. old General wts started down the stairs, a collection, but during their lifetime of the present day have been made of bad type eonlrt treated with

with an officer at each elbow his to the who outside of the medical mercury potash and
"Are you that Allen who took Ti- aid- people possess and live with profession.The Qixinre $ rowing worse ap .. 2a
I ?" de-camp being also captured by tho men them. In this direction we have made public, knowing these facts should 1 toot 'small bottles 3.S S.wh : ,'- T:
,b. tonderoga asked General Prescott. heed the warning and seek safety from the me entiely.and no .. .. -.. .
wIthout. great all-round progress in the last cue boa llg 0 it. A _.____.._. ... 11
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'I am the very man, replied Allen. great danger that surrounds them and look rtDrr "-s--hr -

Upon hearing this, Prescott burst "You must run, General," said Bar- twenty-five years, having struggled for help outside the profession too bigoted Jan. 10,'89. W Hobbfriito J. C.N.J,lad., 1tI

: WI Into a groat fury, called him a rebel, ton."I'm pretty clear of the worst period of decoration and too self-reliant to learn or concede that # little niece bad white swelling ;
old Iy
an man and can't he that science is
.
and other opprobrious lie ro- ever existed. A comparisonof outstripping their materia medica to &n extent tot she was confined -I
names. also Irfrntzy
plied. the furniture curtains, and and leaving them and their obsolete methods to the bed a long tie
raised his cane in a menacing carpets far behind."Now More than 20 of bone
way. But pieces
-' a stout soldier at each arm helped the like in general use novvith out Cf her leg. doctors said
.
Upon this ,
*\ .ndsaId seeing Allen shook his fist, him along at a good pace, though the those of a quarter of a century ago kai LOOK pleasant," said the pompous, # amrutation was the only remedy to :: 4 \
: ea\e her life. 1 refused the operationand .i '
"This stalks in a field of barley cut his naked been too often made to need repetition young photographer, smiling at bis lady put her on S.S.S.and she is now :41 4'
H Is the beetle of mortality.for legs badly. customer in front of the camera. "it's im up and active and In as good health aa ;4
i you, if you offer to strike." here but one vital point in the possible for me to look pleasant until you any child. Ms Aujn.GEMUHO. '_
-'You "Gentlemen, do you meah to kill me1 change is well worth noting. People cover your face with that black cloth." Feb. 11," Columbus,Ga 7 ; J'i41
shall brace halter .
a at
Tyburn
said the Book Blood Diseases sent free.
captive. not ou
; i replied the British General. only use better colors than they The Women rralse4. B. 15. SWIFT bPKiTio '
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-.-. -t Nor was this an threat "Xo, we do not intend to kill you did, and more graceful furniture, but The suffering of women certainly awakens Drawer 3 ,a !
unmeaning at
but to exchange you for General Lee the sympathy of every true philanthro
-j' that period, for it had not yet entered and after ; they appreciate them, taking real pist. Their best friend, however is B. B. B. ,
that J.
,duc we do not care how soon pleasure in the soft. colors B.-CASE T. M. CO.
of their Botanic .
&, into the British mind to regard_ the (( Blood Balm) Bend to Blood Balm
j I, C1114,:. ,- American --- the. devil has you. curtains and dress materials. The Co... Atantl Oi.. for nrnof _. ..
captives -
as -
': prisoners of war.Allen's At tno IL CasidKe; Ga., writes: crlp
daybreak whole lcsaw
i tl party artistic revival
plot' has UAJiUJACTCBIRS
I
prisoners run its course .
: comrades were handcuffed together "Three bottles of B. l B. cured my wile of 01 ,-
and
tt all, landed safely within the its "
gained nickname, been taken scrofula
In by
*. t ; .British pairs and sent on board the American lines, and a dispatch was Instantly society, satirized and dropped but up tho Mrs. R M. Laws, Zalaba, Fla, writes: CI.l.1-, _
transports anchored in the St. ; "I have used anything to equal B.
sent to Providence nc\el'
) f.a wrenCe. Colonel Allen for a vehicle.At preference for delicate color over B." l c
was chained
(.L_ with leg-irons of noon of the same day. General Prescott crude survives it and remains a per- Mrs. C. HGayRokyYountN. C.writes:
I thirty pounds weight and his aide, attended Colonel "Not a years was free from
with a heavy bar appended to them, Barton and by nanent possession. Not now, in tho headache. B. II. 13.:entirely relieved me. I //11 _-
of
his
1' eight feet long. The irons clasped his some officers drove Lost out-of-the-way country place, do feel lijfe another person." 11 fI.

into Providence in a four-horse coach, the least sophisticated natives walk Janles W. Lancaster, Hawkinsville, Ga.,
ankles to
so tight that he could not lie and had a reception there writes: "My wife was in bad health for c 4
which the
church clad in those
down ghastly aniline eight Five doctors
except upon his back. In this years. and many patent ( 1
oldest
condition he' inhabitant never forgot. The. colors that once shocked the land- medicines had done her no good. But bot
was placed in the hold of i news rang through the The ties of B. B B. cured her." f
I a ,vessel and conveyed to England country. scape, abashing the sober tints ol Miss S. Atlanta Ga. Stationary and Traction
i gallant Barton Tomlnson says: .PnrnhTI. Engines
was promoted and UHL
c whore ho was nature.'Contemporary RevIew. "For d with rheumatism Hone Power Tr ad Powen.
was confined in Pendennis : suf\r SAW StILL al
d presented by Congress with a sword -a a. caused by and indigestion, J I ll.DSoMs" CATALOGUE.MAILED VSKvo FOKUa.
CiVslle, in Cornwall, and treated with i iIt "Oh my back!t" is a common exclama. '
and a piece of land. No also was feeble and nervous. B. B. relieved cs.u THIS P Urnra vita
1; event of BO lion, and expresses a world of l Ara.
rigor misery me at once, although several
I time. extraordinary even tor that little importance more keenly gratifiedthe and suffering. It is singular this pain medicines had failed" W L DOUGLAS $3 SHOE FOR
arises from such various
American causes. Kidney Rev.J. M. MOTHERS1
army during the war disease Richardson Clarkston, Ark., FEND GENTlE EN.
It was in September 1775, when AI..io than the liver com pl&in t wastUijf affections, ,. writes i 'My wife suffered twelve years
of this colds
capture old rheumatism
pompous dyspepsia, overwork MADE 8EAMLE83.
,
len was captured. Two months after and with rheumatism and female complaint. A WITHOUT TACKS OR NAILS.
General. Tho newspapers did not fall nervous debility are chief causes. ldy member of church bad been cured The
my reputation of this
General Prescott was himself taken When thus ailing seek relief. It MAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY Shoe i s well established that it is not into
to keep the people in mind that it prompt by B. l B. She prsu.vlcd my wife to try 85.00 necessary t go oaUlA
} required can be found best in Brown's Iron Hitters. it CKNtriJfE HAND-SEWED
prisoner by the there is SHOE. A flue drew.
gallant says iiothmij-iiko made
of the
Montgomery. nOv best stock.
British It builds from the l.l. IP USED $ Io
foundation BEFORE HAND-SEWED
seventy dragoons to up by making B, as iquicklygaveher reilcf." CONFIN.M.NT.Dlol .O WELT The best
It SHOE tr the price In the
happened that just before this the blood rich and $ sho
pl :1s. capture General Lee, who pure. Leading ph '1Il. TO "MOTHBRS'MAnEDCFHCZ. POLICE AND made mket
had no lor
expressly
Ing cent General army clans and ministers use and recommend it. : men and I Letter. Carrier,
Washington had received and A MEMORIAL fund was lately collected by DR.D1'IELD REtIILLTOIL CO., ATLANTA.OA Rro3 Far
guard while Barton's party ofirtyeight It has cured many, and if arc a sufferer the S0LDBYALLDRrGOISTI..JLu EXTRA V
you
friendsof 82.5
a letter from Levi Allen brotherof it. the late Phillip U. Welch, the AE CAL SHOE Made pnrpoielricrheaTy wear,and should lasts
th try nr Tins title.
privates and six s7 *& lea.
officers to 8.%
devoted e
Ethan cap humorist to tho education of JAW I specially recommended for service aw!comfort.
inclosing affidavits proving tured General Presoott from the midst of TnKftK 623 Edward Clark, of the New wards ana GOLD 82.0 GOOD-WEAR SHOE. Look at them and JndfSor yourself.

the cruelty to which the hero of Ti( mdoroga powerful forces both on sea and land. published are in foreign newspapers languages and in periodicals this Re- York Post, 1 acting as treasurer. S In Medals PURCHASING Everywhere. 83.0.and--. .1.'I BOYS'SCHOOL SHOES naT Lcai- thnrnnr.lv- tt and. --,-i.,*- ,-T.t--.-.-. _.

t. was subjected, and announcing Fow men enjoyed Barton's exploit public. Horrid Torture. Q MILL INSIST SAW A A MADE I CONGRESS BCTTOX.AND LACE.
his Tll
.- project' otgoing to England, ur ,is- more than General Lafayette who Bhall nb rger's Antidote This is often felt in every joint and mus .

ing a mob in London," and so delhjer- it vividly when he returned remembered the cheapest remedy in the world for Malaria m propor-is cle of tbo body by turns, by people who, ex Saw W L, DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 FOR

ing his brother from captivity. i tion to tho work it does, because it is cer pencncinsr the earliest twmses of rheuma LADIES.kli1 .
to America in 1824. Judge of his tain tiam, neglect to arrest. accompanies the mill, When SHOE
"I surprise to cure even the worst cases if taken malady, as they U or buy tb question was suggested of
beg d ,
your Excellency\ m countenanw ray may easily do with of tne *,* s._ putting a lay' aboe rn the
,
when makP. get
he One
going: can muster more than one buncTeJ learned that Colonel properly. bottle of thirty pills will Bitters, a Hostter's Stomach SIM0NDS MFC. CO. brmeh alf lnlcEble give ,stylish t edt .t 13.0). and expense.at oe.,
cure "" a ah.e
pounds,my own pro perty; sh' U regard sp nd- Barton, the hero of the exploit, had any ordinary case, and one duet will remedy for the FlTCHlU'HO. .MAS. CHICAGO,, Std rTSJjt those* "*have you bren coi.tln that l\ $nlT way worthy your consideratIon, apd yon
stop the chills, but a number of doses and a agonizing complaint. IliU Pi.U J kM that yo 1. These ahoci are not made of French
ing that no more than one Your been in ollect that !ce INAE mrr. J u nita.Road between? ti!bt &* pro 01 In
copper. Excellency prison for debt in Danville, little time are required to drive all Malaria rheumatism unchecked tb ta venture say >e question eountrrg defy any blt an expert to diatigutsta
must know that Allen was not ory Vermont from the stem. Sold lasts a lifetime, or abruptly terminates be 1 % l I.80 of enl-e an.1 quality comes up tue iiecisica would
-F for the long by Druggists. it DUGLS'! for .. Another
4 brother.but a real friend that slioketh elf SIT period of fourteen when the malady attacks the The I EVERYTHING oJledIjSseSdsore nails, hT So L Bole and .xcellentrecommendauo,
which
than a brother." yeirs! Colonel Barton had lost a A Bitters also remedies chills uod hlart Car01Ten te aOt1lc rid one oJ th annoyance Qt
MONTREAL has fever dys-! ON I the kind
man WHEELS. you
patented efmctoSdranUUTt! or
device style
a lt
i General suit pepsin and liver | YOn want ant your. order dlrtdto the
Washington course, 41s.couraged involving his right to transfer a by which he claims ho can make a years' complaint.BLOODHLISTERS T r get i W.bo L.sent you lT'/SVS'U111'' pos4agetcc: consequently,no matter tactorf.where with the

this wild project but urfcod I pieco of land. He was so sure of his supply of ice for seven ).tive cents. should& b per cent. cheaper F SSfflM5 tr 1 order blank DOUG full 8BOES.hew Ate to lure ad state siz al'll you YOI;
plunged Into gY1g ltcUOD get a perfect ,
upon Congress to treat General pks- right to sell the land that he refused to STATISTICS show that more men are killedor spirits of camphor, and kept there than Buggies lt.
I maimed for life annually in tho Unite minutes this 1\re anybody -w. L. DOUGLAS
cott exactly as the British Government submit to the judgment of the court, ; prevents tuo blister ad BrocktonMass.SCOTT' .
States from eases _
shackling cars than in all of pain. buy bef"T8
( wcro treating Colonel Ethan AIJm. and in consequence the ------ --- TilE GEO.JettnlUT rte( and catsfWDont -
!on- wrecks from collisions, fires or other 101us. ('Q.;
t Congress complied in part with Chij er. On )learning these fay- railroad accidents.IT IT is no longernecssarytotakebluo pills e this paper. ATfKLL, TE i I

Fuggestion. As soon as Prescott roafcb- etto, from his own purse. se!satIsfied is said to be an actual fact that a societyof to Liver rouse Pills the are liver much to better.Doift action. Carter's forget Little r Direct S

od Philadelphia ho was placed in solitary the judgment, and th"i well-to-do young women bas bper. -.- -. thi. Saving 25 COnSUml 0
.
confinement in the jail. lIe va old hero was set free. !!< "/vivcd formed in New York for the systematic AT Troy N. Y., itiio!) persons work on 40pr
until -
4- collars and cuff
.. not put in irons. and soon after the 1831, hen ho died id"Providence study of the constitution of the United and their' wares are no xrooiniKV norm log
on States and of the time and condition that U,5()annually.Tnz EXrUSIM*f TIUTKUSeXKS.rFTUlofM EMULSION The MISSOURI I PACIFIC R. Rand
pica of ill-hoalth, ho was released In the eighty-fourth year of his led to its .
uponparole. : age. adoption.
Grip of Pneumon'a may bo warded off aal r.. IRON MOUNTAIN ROCTE are th.
As there were many tory fl\m- Prince died in 1821, aged seventy-eight THE inventor and manufacturer ot the with Hale s Honev of Horeliound and Tar. _ oa".,t T.ir dire-t ind thu ONLY LINESreacbln all the Ocrnrnxj moat-

tiles then residing in Philadelphiahe James Parton, in N. Y.. Ledger. latest popular puzzle "pigs in clover," livesat : Pike's ioothacheDrops Curciu one miaute. plaU. POINTS adjacent 'OKLAHOMA, including
Pioneer Boggy to. OF PuRE ODD L1YEft Arkapsn*City,WInfirld,Anthony ft KIowa
OIL
K was made a British lion. Besides -a.- Waverly, N. Y., and is BO overwhelmedwith In SOUTHERN and Ft.

.; lodging in tho best hotel of the Beaut.ful Place for Loafers. orders that his profits are said to be A CHICAGO man was lately fined five dollars COLUMBUS o. Wag.nr on tb. borden\ARKANSAS Smith ae

he was frequently invited city Central tlOO a day and they would be 1,000 if he for snoring i church. T,1JU XUla IUfa. norm n. md llypjpLiI ef Ltme& Soca! INDI:VN TIRRITORV. Th.beet of THROCOH-
1 to dine v:!th America must be a pleasant could fill the orders. CAR KQtnPMENT. NO and

.L families of distinction which did aot country for a lazy man. A letter from FLOCKS cf wild dogs, possessing all the QUICK TIME .trfar DISC03UOUT eontDIDC

tend to diminish the odium in which.:he Costa Rica tells how the people there characteristics of wolves, infest some of That Tired Feeling COTTON PRESSES Almost as Palatable Milk. CORRECT MAP and COMPLETE DESCRIPTION

was held. take life easily. It takes twenty em the Southern counties of Ohio. They attack Is experienced l>y II mst '' COTTON orvs. ATLAS and The only vrtmntlon of COD LITES OIL of the conntryJCall on or aa rei. any of th. cf.mp n/*.
f In few every living thing-men, children and IIOIL. KS. ENUIU can be taaefligdJly ana a fnt ,!or H.C.TOWNSEND. I
a weeks Prescott ployes to run a short train of women, many people resort to tolerated for a.Jung Denal .
was exchanged cars. All pigs, turkeys, geese ete.-and have drive away the languor 11.0's !anapar11. to PlantatoD MILL and Steamboat H.paUr. I:delIcsti itomaths. Pi enner ai4 Tktt'Kelt:1.Louis.Mo..
and dress Thi
in
-
was appointed soon after gorgeous uniforms and the been known to destroy entire flocks of blood laden with Impurities which hare been ac- CHICKASAW IRON WORKS AND 18 A REMEDY TOU COTSCTPnOr.1LIT .

4 to command the British forces in Rhode conductor is resplendent in silver and sheep.RrcEn the cumulating. for month*, II'H'es MucM,tiIy throfnh JTVtME JOHN K.TU U.\ULE'CU,.JEPBI TESJT. 5koFI.LOtS AYPCtiOyi (AEsl&, GsN; .EN
veins the rtPtlltivj
: Island. mind Jails to think the .1. U.LL T, ) JGhS AND $f U2$3ior$5For
gold decorations. IUiklY.lnd
Passengers purchase explorations show that the Flor- body Is still Mower tore oond. 1-arsaparilhi S75 ffl *; A 1jROiI
lond' bemad iL1fi6riL CANDY
Colonel Allen, too tickets on ida reefs the finest I Just what M i colod. H purIsc., WfcOW 310XTUcn *work- .i DIMaTiEt-'Jy Box,
1 was delivered credit and sixty days are allowed grow corals and sponge vitalizes ant can fiirnMi InKJorin.Agentspreferredwno ClilLbaN h by Kxprest
enriches the blood ma': rs the 1 hor e Is marTtlkxa im Its I of our tnicJly Pur
N"I from his shackles equal. if not to the best hell cIenrcrpates the to ressita. *
and treated with aa for the payment of freight bills. superior, quality of ajj appetite overcome that tired teeth and business pare moments may be prontablyemfifyed Prsseribed and endorsed CANDIES, KLJG-NT_
im ,
al o. A few by tho best ILY .
tho Mediterranean 1. va anciei fty.tciana AND CPVTL'P.
approach Out sponges. Hundreds of parts new strengthHood's anti towns and !
to in the T cities. n the COUDtrIe RJJT
decency. Ho was exchanged country goods are carried by Sicilian lIur. l.F.JouNor:&Co.. 1 009 Main $ofthe world. Addres
divers _
E.-.Ladj St..Ricbmond.Va ._ fmrmmlm
are
emigrating to Americaand <
v
tmpifytd alia mil nAND
Zerrr r
also, and returned to America ox teams, and it frequently takes a find profitable employment around Key Sarsaparil'a ttaiupfnrrrplu. Cvmtquirk. 1 our'/or bin B.f.J."A di...Sin4 for Painphet! on Wasin Djae&ass. 14. n-auuc FLOYD &MOOiEY. MEMPHIS. 'oY!
his :tHis C SCOTT & Tim
: .i popularity greatly increased by his team a week to make fifty miles. Xo West. ""y al rC sj IJ .A

p experience in Great Britain. one is in a hurry. and no one cares to do ACCORDING to the Examiner, there are headache appetite a, great was rteal.poor.pain*I lr.couJ my back.not my sleep bowels,had FRUIT? TD = '.IXI9. TCe. For sale NC"CfcOl : IXRT'! CHINA. BRYANT & STRATTN Hand Un.1neaskSboy School

In Rhode Island General Prescott to-day what can be put off until to-mor houses in San Francisco to which victims of 3id ihort not move rid rtlllaly. Iot.s Fsr apanlla in a 1 \Iol m:1 I In every vemberdelvery.l.Wewant Q1EN& CLASS Iui.. -Hai 80O blud; :Y.arl,. Orut,an SLI(
the morphine habit resort. Imo rue m start that 1 feel like ( commllion .,,nl in
continued to make himself row. The They are cared for a cnd contract to cetuaf po..laoe.s.Send _
necessaries new .
of life Jly
mid can
disagreeable m.n. aolies
are cheap, palnl aro relieved tivehon.I. Lnrrec" nimt< -- -
until their ;
to the people within his jurisdiclion. andjfcrag credit u forced the kicked money of gives out when they are tppetlte Imprv." GSOKCE F. JACKSox, Itox-my LIXliLE\i Nurserymen.vonKUcn.. AddressJ.C N.Cl an upon pur out doors. A hyperdermic bury Conn.Makes GreeDlboro '
;5 TAPEH .
Among the chaser. syrinjro Stton. WS.\JE < ""t D., C CANCER fret* Or GraUn7c Dn.h. -
American troops Nobody steals any thing, anda is called a "gun" and a woman who ir employed H3 Elp ltrteC.ClucDnU.Ohio.

raised in Rhode Island for the patriot poor tpamster will carry thousands of to give the injections is known as the the Weak Strong"For } "S4f 1.l U.r$5 par -_ .

cause, there was a resolute and enterprising dollars many miles for "gunner." Each shot costs five cents. I DETECTIVES read your orders for M.1SOX FRUIT -
thirty cents. year wn.slck every*pr nir. but JAR. 'o $8 ADA Samples
$ fj.
tr ar .. OF
( Is spite of opposition tho took Hood's Wan' ASSTO1 PACItASESPATENTS TtNWAjt : wor I
Such woman's SarnparthIa in tr ry conntT. P'irewd .
young officer Lieutenant-Col a thing as highway robbery is club DUl have lot seen a tick In mtn to art la4.1..11 for FRCE. Line* not under )
." our Se WHOLESAg5fl tet
seems to be gaining day since O "..lotN.MiIsonMa .SeriiFxp r>rttc nr 5g'twsTvLSkrrrl
ground a..lr.ln4 2. .
onel William Barton, thirty-three years unhetrd of. Tho people have no violent None of the large cities is without everywhere a score I"I take Hood's Saul pArma as I spring tone and GrannanDetact eBureuCo.44Arcade. lncinat.g WINTED A LIVE CANVASSER ".U.n .f UU 3..UOLDI&10.Hel,111
:
of born and reared tho Rhode 1 prejudice against rccooituendlt to all who have that inher.i ble In each town -
to
,
on i tired
of them .en
age
any thing except ,and the minor towns and villages feeHn ." 6' find that Plso's a Cu. KAST EMPIOTMINT.
1'AUMELEE. 313 Core PRO Address
i Island const Like most of tho Rhode hard work and they will do anything are now furnishing their quota to the list. lID y. Y.Hood's. C Bridge, str.cl 1& for Consumption not quic popuLar aDd of lone ItandlL'18 JtnCIAL SPECIALTY eomm..ion... urtuL3 TADLE LOVELL.MAfG.._ (.EaP..
to help a stranger until he himself The object of these embrace O 1tS only PREVENTS, but u.nC'eplt "lamer- : wU.q..
Island boys of that time he was as proves nearly every oCULS p tDnl bo. tabl1hed 1360. \n for ,
Bo
much at home in a boat as a Western disagreeable. Then they will notify '" subject known to nan, and a.good many Sarsspariiia R ness.CHEWING. TiE UE1N0jJ nl if' ,. envelope SENTSSAMPLFSFRti

$ 1I him to leave and if he is slow which are not. Literature, art, dresi. I IUA'l4EI e JlOLU8 l .. Vu DaJtoo u; : I. .
-4 cowboy Is upon his mustang pony, and about it they will force him to woman's work,economy and politics are UK Sold.bj all dr"'I t. fUsuforJi. rrcparednnly -.prel.L waw aLcD.-. C"I. A ilUTT. J. Yok CUJ. .

li$ had alreadr disiinffuished himself I ? hiDzton Critic: 10.W favorite themes of the club women. by C. I. HOOD 4.CO., .'ptlecalc.., LowelL Mass.IOO t.:_. ,. .,.._... A.....r._1_CUM". F.ISVYTOR.40. -S. K. F. 1233
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