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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OF STARKE, BRADFORD 'COUNTY. AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. .

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STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE 28 1889. NO. 1. .
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ADVERTISING RATE*: PROFE81iNAL! -k.- -. ---
CARDS
TWO SINGER& to'him Kith brass batons but ward 0 item noyna SNIVEL
.. ee med ready to cast bacl;' a BOULANGER'S PROSPECTS. PLEASE DON'T
-flFACK---iwiw,---lm ,-Sm ,-Sat IX m1C i RYEYI?.4. ENGINEERING: One hundred-fold return for all he entrusted sects 1 sent fort j
CIVIL
,1 square.. t 1 1U I 1 :>| 2 001 4 00 $ 7 00;;00 !sang before the gates; of day The Great French AdTeatnr 'aDd tk. The officials tell a goof;tory on one (f TOG have Been Unfortunate "Lea th. -. 4
r. ', :I squares 1 M 2 2i' 3 oo 10 no 1.1 00 R. Sweet songs, in such a heavenly way to it, and the sunshine, the Cause of His Popularity.: Past BarT IU Dead."
.'IJ 3';, .. squares.- 2 00 3 50 I 001' 00 00() :30 00 F. ENSEY.LV' That all the world. Intent to hear, soft wind and the gentle rains cooperated Boulangism is only the expression of of the clerks, who form i-ly: attendedto Suppose you have been unfortunate- '
0.' 12 squares 700 1000 I:! 00 30 00,C5 0" In listening attitude drew near. the correspondence. It happenedone \
_, .14 squares 10 Oil J5 co SO <.(II 25 00 60 00,t'. ( 311N EJa. lovingly with. 'her." He scarcely i the dissatisfaction of all classes in Suppose the world has used you shabbily -
>: maiirYJas
that the light,
>tt.4 Ten cents a line for the tlrst and fly., -_ STARKE, PLA.DvsvgtIiig. The other sang in rural ways had tinetoturnftm one finished section France with the republic and its lead- day very and been blind to your desert. '
bo cents His matchless unassuming lays the only letter being a request for an ?
; line for each subsequent insertlo- ; of his garden pIat'to.attackvigor-: in self-com .. -
ers, and another instance showing how What then? Don't indulge .
lhsa. Only a charmed and favored few
= Special rates for time dv rr3c'm4nta MUm.tel, 1. $ eto.. .xe. agricultural report. 3$ having any '
'... application at tho o1lce. uponS"gSCR.TION I1Ite4 with accuracy: and dkpatoaT His peerless gift of singing knew. ously another before the tender green easily the masses may be deceived and yt miseration. Don't sn t'el. Irrigating ... -

Va. _ _ Terms.: (5 pw day cu'' Both leaves seemed to start out 'of the led astray. The prime causes for the thing else to do, the clcdc wrote a long the wilderness of the past with tears .'- .
P'toop slept: with
neyer-withering bays letter to the applicant which was a
We ground and smile at him with a: in it blossom. Time,,like -
crown the one: with lovI2g praise up establishment of Boulangism lay the won't make a
.RATES: I. 0. IIAYNESS The other's gentle life and song "11o Fritz! All this in return for the universal contempt in which all the model of rhetoric. lip' informed the stout steed is bearing you swiftly 4

r1j One year: ...................... .............100 In one deep vale will linger long. little brown seeds you hid!" Republican leaders, with the exception applicant that the ti';artment had along the road of life. Don't turn tho .
-iZIflOr.th. $ ........ 60A been in operation for same and
::: ,,subscriptions* must bo paid invariably in Unto their sleep glad waking came And before many weeks had passedthe of Freycinet are held in France and i years wrong way in the saddle and gaze with .
' -Ivance. No dtscrimlnatious in farorof DE:1.V-rr: T And neither thought earthly fame; neighbors raised their hands and the reassert that consequently had issu a great many: tristful the Make "
day
,'D' u. any. S-r. Both singers heard the words"Well done i'" every newspapers reports. both monthlj- and annually.If visage over crupper. "$
'municadons upon all! matters of local And both the palm and crown had won. eyes at beholding Fritz carrying his truth. To be ruled by men whom one would which the best of the remainder of your journey --

-- ,4s*solicited.from all j.arts of tko county. omce orer Jones' Brick Bloci.r baskets of green vegetable to market. would be afraid to receive in his house he specify particulaione be it long or short. Thewynay, 7"
.i; Content each wrought and sans his best. he desired the of ce would take -
d, The woruts' applause Is not the test "What can have cured him? they -by a Constans, convicted perjurer, in complyingwith his request for aught you know, be prosperity and
pleasure
SECRET SOCIETIES. By which God trieS His Jewels flne; asked. "And what could have be- and charged by the leading newspaperwith happiness ahead worth all' your ft .
riled
r GEO. BAISDEN Enough the meed: "They shall be mine." etc. The letteievidently
the real of that terrible dbeifc
name malfeasance in office and who "might have beens.i t -
Mary W. Reynolds In Woman's Journal. the man who received: it. for this was
.1 Meets every Tuesday '. .. he had?," was competed for a few years to disap !II Men who make a royal atari in U/e :

;;z: ."light' at Odd Fellows Painter and Paper Danger FINDING A PURSE. "Found the purse?" asked the oKl pear from the political stage; by a his answer: sometimes die in such"squalid obscurity -
If 1a1l. Transient broth. have your letter. I don't Cl\t'fI a cuss what .-
school-master leaning over the fence Tirard.a time-serverwhose incapacityis I that it would be impossible to find
:: ers cordially Invited to year it is. I want It for a srsibook. .
. STARKE, FLA. one day in late autumn to.speak _to not denied by his most intimate their graves. Many a King has 'be ; '.
J.
.attend. C. What
WILLS, Ailed Fritz, and How He The museum is quite x.a: interesting:; .
Q Noble Grand. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Was Cured. Fritz, who was busy banking up with friends and whose moral charactermay place. It contains sarioles of the different come a miserable fugitive, and mendicants -

- P. J. FIELDS, Secretary 1' O. Box 41. r his spade a fine, crop of cabbages. be compared with that of Boss kinds of fruits nd vegetables, '' if history speaks sooth'have '

P "Not yet, master," said Fritz. "In Tweed; by a Jules Ferry, supportinghis and in the annex experiments in silk become Kings. It is not worthwhile "0 .

t: Improved Order of ICed Men. BUGG & WILLS, Something was the matter with truth I've been too busy lately.to look family out of the French treas- culture are being carj4 on.-Washington to cite examples of good beginnings :,

I I Osceola Tribe No.1. Florida-Council Fritz, but no one knew exactly what. very sharply after It. I've spent all ury, and ready to sacrifice the Post. that have led to bad endings, i or of
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: fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at Attorneys at Law His eyes were dull and heavy his face my time on the garden this season you world to his ambition; by a Fallieres; -.. ...--- --.--- unpromising beginnings that havo ,

: their Wigwam, Starke Fla. was pale, and his head ached almost see but there's the whole orchard yet.I by a Rouvier who barely escaped VERY EMBARRASSING.! been the precursors of brilliant success.

? Transient brothers are cordially invitedto STARKE all the tlmo. His shoulders were bent, shall begin early next spring and go conviction by a majority of one They are as plenty as black '
O. HATNES FLA. "
attend. J. Sachem.:: his muscles weak and flabby, had carefully over that." "You'll find it," voice after a protracted trial on a The Cause of a Do.toil Girl's Arouy of berries. The world's annals-are full : .
i M. MEACHAM, Chiof of Uesords. Maidenly .
I0 W. _ _ aDd Will FICth practice Judicial in all Circuits.the Courts la the Fottrtt no appetite and did not sleep well. said the old man very positively., charge of the grossest and vilest Immorality TluJlcjltr."Emersonia swnl ill at ease," of them, and you may find them in the
U His mother petted him and coaxed him "How is your health?" "My health ; by an Andrieux. the acknowl- you newspapers every day. Let thepast

Son of Temperance. to eat, and watched him for fear he master? Why, bless your heart I edged protector of a well-known procuress said the. young man. t tenderly. teach and toughen you. Let your.might ..

It Meets every Monday night: in Temperance ROBERT KEITH should do any work, for work had haven't had much time to think of of the Rue Duphot, in whose "It--it is nothing Tvcklowell, ro- have beens strengthen you fo your .
VI1. MEACHAM W. P. the fair faint
: Hall. plied girl, hesitatingly a
"
never agreed with poor Fritz. And that either." house he was arrested when it was may bes. This is all they are good
JAHIS MILLOX, Scribe. flush to her Bostonian
mounting palo
,,. the neighbors sent in every kind of He slept as sound as a top and ate raided, and whom he saved from prose- for. When you do glance along the

Attorney at Law herb tea they could think of, and he with the appetite of an honest laborer; cution ,and conviction; by a Floquet forehead. "You werc-isayinjj" *' rearward track, let it be to regard with -
resumed
"I was about to si.!, he ''
CHURCH DIRECTORY' drank it, every drop, but was no bet. and the good gossips were no longer anothet time-server who after basely Alate a keen eye the places where you stumbled -
that I
the
o "to out .
ter. And they all shook their heads obliged to distress themselves as to insulting Czar of Russia, became carry po sug- and to congratulate-yourself on
STARKE
Baptist Cliurcb. FLA. gested a few moments ago, that the .
and sighed over him wishing they what was to become of him, for he'had when in power, his most exalted the experience which will enable you 2i ,
Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer could know the real name of his a good provision for the winte ahead adulator. subjective plane of hvtc.au cognizanceand to avoid such slips in the. future. If .

meeting every Wednesday nt 8 p.in. L. B. RHODES trouble. At mst his mother, worn out experience is a feal, as recog- circumstances, without fault of
J. M. CALDWELL, Pastor. of him. At the end of the second summer Boulanger's impudence therefore, nizable and as capably 'rational dem- any

Sunday School meet every ,Sunday with hard work and anxiety died, the old schoolmaster went in at did not kill him, but increased his onstration as the objfft-tve. The mere your own. have been against you is

morning at 10:30. thinking with her last breath: "Ah Fritz's gate, taking quiet note of the reputation, and his horse won the day. circumstance that lies within the that any reason why you should whimper .

I T. E. Bc.-o, Superintendent. Attorney at Law me! What will become of my poor evidences of care and pains bestowed Boulanger's greatest popularity came domain of metaphysical otse .>neumatology ?

Fritz?" upon every corner of the premises.The : from his horse; and if indeed he restores while the other. belongs to the realmof Let the dead Past bury its dead. .

- She left a snug, tiny bit of a cottage, neatly-trimmed vines over the the consulate, as it is his avowed The present and the future are worth
is
visible and tangible
Presbyterian Church. STARKE FLA. phenomena
Services, every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. a large garden-patch and an orchard door were laden with ripe fruit, and intention to do and following Bona- immaterial to the conceptionof all the days gone by; and rememberthat

II. I). MATTICK, Pastor. with a long lease and low rental. But he smiled to himself as he walked, be- parte's example, becomes First Consulof the analogy that proper subsists: betweensubjective the only way to secure either an
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m every thing was ill-kept poorly cultivated tween the borders of btfigntrcolored; France, he owes to that horse at and eventuality." agreeable past or a happy future is to

L. C. HULL, Supt. A. L. SCOTT" M.D., forlorn und neglected, "Good flowers, remembering, a whisper had least the same honors that Darius be- Again a shade objective of E-nhal'assment: flit- use the present wisely and well. Therefore -

evening to you, Fritz" said a voice, as heard, that tie pretty little maid at stowed on the one who won him the however you may have been

Methodist Church. LATE FROM UICBIQAR.an Fritz sat by himself, wondering, as the mill was coming before long to'help Persian empire. Boulanger is a grace- ted she across the face o!: MNs Howjames kicked and cuffed by Fate so far. take
as responded:
Services every Sabbath at 10:31)a.m. and his mother and all the neighbors had Fritz keep house. He opened tue ful rider. and his horse is a thoroughbred. "Yet when that nature her- Captain Cuttle's advice: "Cheer up
R :liQln t : in nQ wondered. It was the old, old we see and stand by." Master minds from
D
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesdayand urll very door without knocking and Fritz When he attended military reviews self seeniifcto be an l-Jflevouring octo-
Thursday at ';:30. schoolmaster who came up the little looked up from his seat at a table and parades, both horse and whose tentacles intromit if their unsuccessful battles with circumstances -
G. 1) TURNER, Pastor. walk to the cottage door. He made pus, theydo sometimes learn in the end
TERMS REASONABLE.Ofioe : upon which he was counting some rider won the admiration of the look- not tie! intellectual
-
ingurgitate Sedulity
Sunday School every Sunday at 9 A.m. room for the old man. to welcome him. ersonnd the spoke how to shape them and compel them

. r- [CHARLES, RICHARD, Supt. at Gaskins' Drug: Store. "I taught you to read, Fritz," he money"You have found it at last then?* about the graceful newspapers rider. Rival jour- race, and, the is verve as rele., sc: Ues-\to speak in her, of punishment the- .. to their purposes.N.. .. Y.-Ledger. .- "---

1 said, "and ;your father and his father asked the visitor. "Found what nalistic immediately published -
master enterprise .
of what 'denominate infractions
wu CHANGED HIS MIND. { II;;
, .
TATE .
POWELL M.D. before him. I'm an old, old man, you ?" "The of gold." "Ah, I sketches of Boulanger and his
purse of a natural law that is not "JI., .
ChrlMlaii Church.; .j
see! And I' %como to tell you something remember. No master. I haven't.Somebody horse, with their full history, and for A Tramp Find a Man Who neat Him at 0 l' :
Arts :xL, 26; Acts xxvi., 28! ; I. Peter iv., 1C After an experience of twenty years in the ought to know. There's aheavy written in the constitution of our His OWD Game. 0 -t\'t: -
Services each Lord's day 3 practice of his profession, has no hesitancyIn you this else must look for your the history of the latter it is needlessto minds, so far as we van :apprehend as "Nothing for you." said a Michigan ...
\ at p.m. promising! the latest and most scientific purse of gold buried on purse, if they want it, for I have no say that unlimited scope was givento himself is to the lower orders of shoemaker entered ir'i.
man as a tramp
"
> avenue
t
G. J YOUNG, Pastor. treatment to those asking his ervlcel. place of yours. "A purse of gold? Illustrations ;
and .
time to look for gold. My garden the reporter's imagination. creation ''is it wonder we 8ek the other .V '
b Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 Calls to the country promptly attended exclaimed Fritz, in astonishment. any his shop day. .
p.m.C. orchard all the work I of '
give me can Boulanger were seen every- .
,
my in universal ? I knowI him for .:
Diseases females and children a speeialtjr, refuge it-cuauncy The man looked about a < : .0'I
I
J. DENTON, Supt.OFFICIAL 'Whereabouts? Show me so that is all this?" He in in the stationery ..
do. "Then what where the rum shops. -
Office at City Drug More, or at his rest express myself in absurdly Boeotian, minute and then sat down on a roll ol : :
.noe, East Stark. can dig" it.up. "Xo one can show it to laid his forefinger on some of the gold stores. and the more dissatisfied terms but -" leather in a corner. : t',...; i. ,. ",,
you said the master. "I only know "This is the ol fine Parliament with Boulanger, 0 '
pieces. price was '
my .1'd2.
"But not to the "1" continued "
DIRECTORY. : we are subject; reignof can't help you any. -
that it is somewhere within these crop of fruit. Y Q u must foava noticed the more popular he became with the Emei'sonia. ,'ethered he in astonish.7 'f1 t
:F. J. FIELD a logocracy the shoemaker. as gazed
City Officer boundary lines. and that whoever" how my trees have been laden, and people at large, who took that way to to his objective, fles) l ', personal ego, ment. t yU., : 0

Mayor-L. Witkovski. seeks it faithfully is sure to find it, borne almost down to tho ground. manifest their feelings of disgust and is and to "1 think you can," softly replied the e. .
as man bljudly refusing
Aldermen-W. W. Sapp:: U. D. Miner, ri k Mic'I : 'W 1c rk IDQ Pl ltnrSTARKE ; "But I am not strong." said Fritz", They have produced as never before." opposition to the course of affairs. wield the aculeated oveapon of investigation stranger. "Let me put tho caso:! as it $ '.'-" .

George E. Pace, L. D. Wall, S. F.Gardiner. mournfully. "I never' "could dig. His eyes were bright and his cheeks What are Boulanger's'prospects? and philosophical research to is. I refuse to go out." .1 f

Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. "That's true, poor lad, said"the with the of health his He overthrow the cabinet o\
FLA. ruddy glow ; may present sever the ligature that circumscribeshis "But Til put you out. -

Treasurer Walter Wills. master, compassionately. "How couldI form was straight, and every 'limb, i and he may be even elected President -i ratiocinative n>nge, he soon exhausts "You'll try to. You'll get a policei""!
M&rshal-E. D. Wall.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41. forget that. Ah well! You are a round and strong. The master looked if at the next general elections the intellect fourage within man, and when he comes I shall say J ,
Assessor-T. W. Sweat. Fritz and will be able to
good boy, rejoice -.
keenly at him and laughed-a laughso no party secure a majority. They reach, and eventual-y comes to think have the cholera. L '.

PEEK & FRAZEE, in thinking that whoever comes full of thorough hearty, genial en- may then combine for electing him. there is no cosmos ". eyond the limited "But you haven't." .

County Officer after you here will find it. A luckyfellow joyment that Fritz could not forbear but only to wear him out as Gambettawas circumference within which he rea "That's all right. He'll ring for the ,

County Judge-W. F. Malpbus. he will be! I shall have to tell laughing with him. "Ah friend Fritz," worn out, and innumerable others sons." ambulance and I'll be sent to tho hos- '- (
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Week Attorneys at Law and Notaries him what it is hardly worth while to -
Sheriff II. W. he at length said, "I promised you have been, and their usefulness im "It devolves upon you, Ticklowell pital. The ambulance will attract a
Epperson.Tax
-
is kind of
AssesMr! -J. E.Wainright.Tax tell you, that there a a only one purse but if I had promisedyou paired. Boulangism came from a to demonstrate th&t the phenomenawe crowd in front of your shop. It will

Collector-M. M. Hale. STARKE, BRADFORD CO., .FL.!. charm about it. No one will find it a dozen, or perhaps a hundred I horse and a song and will finish in a recognize as psychological emanate be noised about that it is a case: of ; "
slack work behind p
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. who leaves any should have been the nearer right. song, as according to Beranger everything from a source coma on to the subjective cholera. The papers will (come out i 0
i Abstracts of Title and Real Estate Law a him. The garden must be well cared -
County Surveyor-W. H. Edwards, C.E. specialty. Fritz stared at him with somethingof in France commences and ends and objective, te material and in. with a scare-head article that n gen- '.

County Commissioners AVitkovski, I Abstracts furnished showing every Deed.Morticage .. for and well planted as he goes, and if a perception of his true meaning by a song.-Guillaume C. Tener in tangible. Are matter and spirit in- uine case of Asiatic cholera has developed j. '. '
Lien Tar Sale, Judgment Attach.ineRt
1) B. Knight E. A. Todd W. H. Pinhol- a single tree in the orchard is injured, Then whero willyour ,-
in Detroit.
and all matters of public record and nle dawning upon him. "Then you were Forum. deed Siamese twi-is. with the con- '
tier II. V. Smith. Title of Heal Estate in Bradford tho .charm will fail. After a little "' _
affecting ? '
.... &
with ? he cried. "No patronage go
Florida, to date of Abetract. jesting me sciousness of personal identity the ligament .
ounty. up more chat he went on, leaving Fritz .. '
said the old man." "it was every word FREAKS OF NATURE. that unites 'the material Chang "It will,follow me. .

State Officers.Goveinor full of thought over tho wonderful true." And Fritz took his honest old with the imaginary-Eng?" "Where?" 4 C: ...- -v'.";,: a / l-
-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville thing he had told him. He would Animate and Inanimate Specimens In the "To other shop. The will ,
FOR hand in a tight clasp. "Surely mas- "It is evident, nif dear Emersonia." my wagon
HEADQUARTERS Agricultural Department. "
of Stato-John L. Crawford, had it
Secretary have doubted the story come '
%
be here in fifteen minutes to move me.
ter if it jest it the best exclaimed the
was a was Tha of yoursg man anxiously,
CrawfordviUe. Department
Pn.E: Z1'\TS' O from any one else; but no one ever newly-organized Better develop your cholera pretty 4J-
AUorney.GeneralWilliam LamarMon- knew the old school-master to tell an jest ever prayed. Agriculture, while it is one of the "that something revenU you from 800n." -

ticello. Representing the Liverpool and London untruth.He And to this day the neighbors never most interesting departments of the giving your mindto this discussion.You "bay!" said the other as he got up.
Treasurer-F. J. 1'ous, Macclenney. and Globe Company. learned the real name of the disorder are laboring nnder somo severe
Government so far as its work is concerned -
he I'm
-- thought and thought of it as 1 though I had you. beaten at
Commissioner of Agriculture B. which being fatal to mental strain. Wijl not tell me
came so near does not much attraction you
tossed on his bed that night. wonder- possess my own game. Don't you want to kick .
Wombwell. Fritz in his younger days.-The In for the visitor unless he what it' is'fhat causes Iho uneasiness, ?"' S
L. C. HULL ing in what part of the garden or average me
Comptroller-Oener"I-W. D. Barnes. ,
Cedar orchard, the purse mfght lie, and terior. is interested in some of the experiments the embarrassment from which you "Why, yes. I'd like to lift you once ,
Adjutaut.Generll.l-Davhl Long, "
... suffer?
Keys. and Builder thinking it very hard and cruel that a S which are constantly being car- as you go out." r .
Contractor Efflorescence of Brick Work. A burning blush-ouffu' ed her cheek "
ried therProbably "All kick
Superintendent of Public Instruction-. poor, weak fellow like himself could on right- away.
Albert Uussell!' Jacksonville. not be shown the spot at once. He no other office is so over- as she spoke again, painfully ill at The shoemaker planted him one and ,"<:

STARKK:!:, FLA. would be willing to dig one hole, but The unsightly efflorescence on walls, whelmed with crank letters, and the ease. stood in the door and smiled.

United !State! Officer. Plant and specifications furnished on short to dig over the whole. place! But the due to what is termed "saltpetring" average granger with a theory to cul- "It if merely is nothing. serious, "Good-bye." said the other as hemoved

Register-S. C. Tucker, Gainesville. Otlce. Carpenter work solicited aad more he thought over it the lees was and noticed generally in dry weather, tivate this that or the other is continually Ticklowell I-I a:- ure you.: off. "When I find a man whc

Recelver-Z. T. Crawford, Gainesville. promptly attended to. he inclined to rejoice in the idea of is due to several causes. Perhaps the seeking the approval of the department He made no rep! ', but looked."at her can beat me at my own game I always .
brlok for sale either at tile kU.er I V.
Surveyor-General B. Bloxham, Tal Hand-made some one else finding the gold. Per- only satisfactory explanation is that or is willing to have an experiment appealin ly. come down and show my respect for -

lahassee. delivered at the depot. haps there were others who knew of it. the newly-built brick wall,is exposedto on some plan of culture for And in an agony of maidenly"timid- him. I'll make a hit further down ,

SENATORS.lion. -- already greedy eyes were dampness, or dampness in cooperation his especial benefit. ity and modesty, \iith downcast eyes anii then come back to see YOU. Whata
Samuel Fasro\ Monticello. Perhaps with in the bricks and trembling lip J she faltered out: S
J J. W HICKS turning in that direction, and wonder- some thing Several days ago a request was received team of confidence operators we
Hon.
Wilkinson RKPRSENTATIVSS.:Call, Jacksonville. ing how soon he might die and be out themselves. It is stated that bricks for a yoke of oxen a horse "Ticklowell}, will, y<.u please look would make!"-Detroit Free Pre&a.

made from clay containing iron the other way for a moment? wish .. ..
First District-Hon. It. H. M. Davidson, of the way. pyrites cow, wagon, plow, arid a complete
Quincy. Full of indignation at the thought, are subject to this efflorescence; agricultural outfit of the latest approved to remove" my-mji spectacles, to wipe Concerning Buoyant People. ,

Second District-Hon. Chas. Dougherty, CITY BARBERA he sprang out of bed the next morning that the sulphur from tho fuel converts i patterns from a modest farmer.In them: Chicago..Tribune.A .. There are certain persons whom to
Port Orange. of mended an the lime or magnesia into sulphates addition to stocking a farm for him
with the first peep day *
That the window
Dog uts Out Fires. meet is like opening a
that whenever the bricks the ,
and
old spade and began to dig. In the dry he asked the department to give him delicious June
close apartment on a
farthest corner of the garden he sulphates evaporate leaving behind an order on the General Land Office Mr. Elmer Partridge keeps neither I .
is
very The first breath an inspiration
day.
began. digging deep and carefully pul- the crystalline appearance of efflores for 160 acres of land on which to place hand-grenades nor fireextinguishersin I locks from '
PATENTS. You throw back your .
verizing every inch of the soil. The cence. The evil is, therefore, due to his outfit when he received it. his house on Halsey street, near and your
Hair Dresser.OPEN heated.forehead your weary eyes.
cool, moist earth looked so inviting as the chemical action that takes place All sorts of suggestions as to meth- Hill street, Newark, because he owns' and a&k nothing but to sit down and '

AT ALL TIMES. he went on that it seemed no hardshipto between the sulphur in the fuel and ods of agriculture are received, and a dog of the Irish- etter breed that can let this soothing presence minister to
man'o caution the magnesia in the clay. The mischievous day that a request is out flames fireman
carry out the old by hardly a passes put as uickiy as a and frets ono
All by
FRMLN II. HOUGH Ship en Call St., jnst East of Railroad stopping to plant in tho neatly-pre- part of the efflorescence is not received to start.an investigation and with far less damage to,the threats you. 'your: cares, and a new life and
one away
creep
Will constantly keep on hand a full pared beds the seeds his poor mother that it destroys the pointing, and in- u to what phase of the moon is the ened property. Twice he discovered vigor seem infused into every nerve

i line of the following goods for sale : had stored. His limbs ached, his jures the work generally. Remedies better time to do 111a.n ting- small fires in the ight on his master's and ,muscle.' You are not the same .

SOLICITOR OF Dandruff Cure to c.eanse the hair. bands were blistered, and his back are few. The chief object is to stop A Virginian, with a* theory for: the premises, and pawed them out beforehe that were ten minutes be-

-\ Cream of Roses for the face to remove lame as he stopped work to get something i up the pores with some solution of manipulation of rain-storms,.is a frequent aroused the family to shew them I'I fore.creature You.are,you-ready, after all, to do

Inn burn, tan freckles and smoothe the to eat. fatty matter, quicklime and cement visitor. His idea is to have his good w rk. On both occasions he

! 'n iri n rcrij; P F&luls, kin. A full line of Razors and Honei "If this .kills me," he said to him- powder; but the main thing is to avoid balloons carrying cannon, sent,up into was slightly burned. Mr. Partridgehas I!had valiant supposed battle.with. yourself life quite though surren-you

constantly on hand;old razors repaired. "it will be the master's fault the particular clay and coaj) fires em- the clouds and fired. in order to pro, no doubt that if ha had the least I >
J. W. HICKS self, dered to its petty and harassing neces
.
always told him I was not ployed; to make and burn the bricks, duce rain and he bases the feasibilityof fear that a fire wsw getting beyond his
mother
Exuberant and
925 F street, Near U. S. Patent Office. Stark, Fla. My and to mix the mortar with animal sities. : spirits vitality
fact that
fit for work." But he was amazed at his theory on the after control he would sound an alarm at must needs carrj-wiJh 'them hopeful!

how his brown bread and fat.-Building News.A every great battle rain has followed. once. A bundle tt straw or newspa- ,
good
WA4flINGTON. D. C. WBITB! LEGR! BH water finding tasted. and made up his mind .. There is also a mistaken idea that pers ignited and Very of "Fire" brings nerves ness and have courage been ;strained and they and whoso weakened

that it was the first loaf of really good prominent physician and sur. the department furnishes seed for the D&n' as the do; it called at a gallop by trouble welcome the breezy.

bread that rascally baker had ever geon once aid of his three children entire country and ludicrous mistakes :to the place. .If.fen can not extinguish freshening influence of such buoyant

All business b tore the ITnited states Talent furnished.His who were then well-grown youths and are made sometimes. Not. long since the blaze with hU'paws he rolls uponit people. as drooping herbage welcomes

Office attended to for moderate ires. Patents Eggs for Hatching pains: and aches gradually dis- the picture of health: "We never allowed a prominent member of Congress received quite regardless 'o? the danger of Heaven's own dew and sunshine.! The

procured in tie United States pjiit.sregIs and all foreign- appeared as his work went on. and he our children to lunch between i a request from a constituent to singeing his handsome red coat. But sympathetic chord being thus struck

l countries.<"red. Hcjected TH.Ir.MAHKS appluations"' : revived and sometimes; found himself almost:: forgetting meals, and they are all good eaters; end him some "unyun seets." He the strangest pat of his performanceis the brow clears. the eyes brighten

prorerutcd. Information and aJiice as to ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 1 1WfcX the purse of gold in the inter- we never allowed them tea and coffee studied over the matter for some time, afterpiece. As soon as he has and life seems not tho curse we morbidly -

obtaining Talents cheerfully furnished with. et he began to take in his garden. He and they are all good sleepers." All wondering$ what was wanted and finally put out the fire ue lies down and deliberately thought it. but the .blessing

out charge. \v-a surprised.tliat he had never before those same children have since graduated conctuded that his correspondentwanted eats ailg tho ashes with apparent which its Giver Intended it to be.-N..

Brnd "ketchi or Model for free opinion Leghorns (Knap's Strain) a*'* the discovered the delight of watching thegi.o.vtIl from colleges and are holding high a Union suit. Accordingly he enjoyme The animal is,
,
1 Ledger.
a. to patentability. mar profitable variety for Florida. egg ,. of beautiful things, forgettingthat positions to-day In the professionalworld purchased an old army suit and sent otherwise. a v *g.,tarlan. lie will eat -.w -
Copies of Patents furniehoA for 2"i; cent jarefully packed and dt>\ \'en-d at ExpreMttti -'--
p ach. LVCurreeponc1ece1nflts4.L <.. at ,bnre price. Address the secret lay mainly in th \ fact robust of excelent habits it, but was considerably astonish no meat, but devours vegetables greed- -Au inmate of the penite\ti at

O. C. KXOX. of his own hands having planted and though inheriting a frail constitution when he received the following letter: ily, and delight, especially ic mashed: Salem. Ore., recently cut off his haruj. .

Holland u&y couutjr, Florida il'ro! for tbszn. The bounteous earth from a mother who died young. i an very: much oblice for them pretty clos; potatoes.if. Y. -Suaf in order to get.. a. spell. el. idleness;,- .....- ..
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S. Exit Itrere. r >ir4<*cifeit'. Ef{net Voleaup. Attachment Notice. I \
UJFO D TELEGRAPH.i Prof. Hetvui.. th| -riiled! .J I I SELLING }
't IIghtninenl. Professor Oaris of Hnrvor-i University JY CIRCUIT COtmT, 4TH .nJDICIAT. CIRCUIT OUT AT COST !
:410. .' culatnr. inn prime iiiMlur.Mllrinn., HI run L wn telling a (lIupkof friends in the I II ) OF FLORIDA. BRADFORD COUNTY. _
; t'I, ;. :-rcfttisHF.n WEEKLY *T- figure down n ten da)*' Nmrd bjl! until| ftActiiitllv Hrunswick Cafe the other evening of an i I -OJ4 f WJCJt N. Jii.tx I AsMimpslt by smut of

'f ._.BRADFORDCOUNTY.FI.OBIPA._ itmbiiMis to nothing. I I extinct volcano he discovered not Jon/f/ i i ".' V attachment.- .
Jc. -.. LC.-\EBB. The proU'SWF fc.tilrd around nur little and near Meri With a VIew of glvin* iip $ present business, I inteu4'eIout \t
L I .. -. The defend"*, J.H.q *gBry. anlt all othe entire 8tOtkOUIL*n I; uI. :.
i Editor and Proprietor.I iityant1gjtt a f Hy of,0n.ryouii people to i pr. Chupin of Meriden'nfeitignting| the ffltiliar&-< ereby noUfled of the .r.
; __ : tnplc.bis service a.te ctirr .>flhuhgfiliiipff mountain; and pf-'tlje Nutm- : '& persons ". ;
i 1't=:: ; valleys ; < ; comiP !ncen> t of suft In die above c41U1e by / t : .
UsMCMJgTIpy "|.QO A YEA.. method of tnntbcmjiifcv whichheplahted I State he came across what has since) been ,-0 attachment Md p.re horeby -uqulced to| "ppear -. -- '_ ___
I "rn d : I to each (In rive Jcson._rcqulr- I matter nf great sciebtiflp Inter .t. Tbe I and p'ead or. devour to tl)* declaration tiled' \ -a.-
S
"t -; ;' ;; lug flve cvcMJngv' fi-r' be small sum of! .jiIie, of liscovercd ij tberein by tJe) 1st Mc.ndny in AUK\11t. A D. 11188, :
no 'extinct'volcano
to Act
-11". f1t'di1t1l of C9tffreuiK was the IIAJUC being' tile ruth dar/f"*ij month and a I ATCOST AT
}4 1.Ii ". 1M P Of e.BiarkeF2a.\ at Smlrad. five dollars. In this biicf time he could I between Meridai and< the lilt'a A : Rule day of Ibis court, or Judgment will be taken I

'.r _" U.l, Viti. Matter.X irr.parf a'llLntcan he learned of th.at! town of Berlin. The ash bed is an over- ,. against him by default. : I1.

". .o4MrI. '. _____ .____-__- _____'_ __. __.I grand science. It is !hinted by a fef of 1 r h.aneinc cliff about iwentyrflve feet high! I April 13. J8i9. Bvr.o.t Ati'ysfprFi'tiff.WILI.- t ; '<,
-' '' those wlifi Were Sit unfortunatp, as tp Ct-.- and fifty'feel Irpg and of a ereeni..h tinge. I hereby certlry that the foregoing Is correct :4tt .
f Mr*. ex-President Have' dl id onTfiwion ploy %him. th\t they. kpo.w t l ely any In descfibbigil.be I; MId: "QnJheface of coPY at the original notice It commencement oC r
10 mwe Jimp' |lH'f"n'. SUit i.' the above.otltled ca'e now on 1Jh in pychicO. :
-be. 2Qth of this month the cliff: nix occasional pockets of quart* .
_ _ qiknowledge| \ of pur youpg professor C'ystals. some of which shade to amethystand Witness my hand and seal of office thin 13th COST'

: ; Agent Tanner is on .c1Cii Iif the (1IIIV mastery of tfgi'tes' may have. some to rose.- Another fcatyre pf the day of April. .. 1). JS89.lSE.L.J t
g cI c (Hlight him an easy wa}' <>f reducing his I cliff 18 the prevalence of roundish- stones ] v. T. WF.F.K. J

% Mmllelf and all his predpceMpn in I irfwrd tt to a cypher7; l he !Hint as it mny. varying '(mom one to four feat in diameter. Clk Circuit Court. ,

'. .. 4uung' pensions. he KWa .FrentJi leave of our Rem Cty.nnd | These srrrc tbe booms, in geological parlance -4k'iffGPDWDER Notice for Publication i
left his bRnrd bill lie
unpaid.\
may and wire portions of the trap rock I.
--.t have forgotten it' but we' hnve not (heard whiph were ejected from the active volcano. LASD OFFICE AT June GAINESVILLE 21st. 1889., FLA., l f I J ..,
It is clipe4 1 roNtrnaster' <
that he forgot to collect of his fees .
any I Another. exceedingly interestingubject 'OT1CE Ia hereby given that the following- I
/ ; ) Wannmaker in contemplat for (eHchiiig\ his srhcaDrd new discovery.Ve was -i small portion of the snndstoiie .1 named settler bas filpd notice of( his intention

.sj Ilj'GtDtral.! bis great clothing house with\ |i-arn liia thai fltarKe i is to be inflicted bed (wit-ted mini! contorted bv lle that to make aid final proof proof Will' br In support made before qf his Register claim and and For the next hirty Days!

; prraeRCe.; and if any of the gopdptoplp I action of heat and prtssure.'r Receiver.at QaltMMvllle, Fla.. on August Jti. 18H9,

: I advertised upon thp new poitagetamp of thai fleligliltul place wtyQ I Many scientists have visited the scene riz: Uanitfl I.. rhillip of ikeskle. Florida H. c: -wELAN"REt'fBURG.: : : ,
-. furnish bin free board thy bad bclte.* of his discovery and unite in snying E. No. 125W. for theW of SYTX aqd NWV of -.
they S\V* See Tp 1 H Range 2'1 E. lie ,..Jes the .
|haV it "no in
nominated
bond.
the |unit there was nnthjng else of its natureIbiisideof following witnessed to prove his continuous residence -
IP ; 10' The abort is taken from thr PalatkaNews. tile Rocky Atoun *;ms. The Absolutely Pure. upon and cultivation of. said land, viz: A. E. f fI
i We have a communication volcano which produced the phenomenon J. W. Batt#". J. W. Moore. G. W. Wiley.Tho aI MOITT
]t is good atJvicr.! hut txl
jt comes ;> I Dixon. all$ of Lakenide,Honda. ,
Thi varies. A in..rvelof
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powder n ver
have been
L fro;; Oreng City, which comes too l.,e. The gentleman Reeves paid Sinrkei must Star.extinct liousanilsofySar5lgQ.L purity, strength and wholesomenwH'is S. C. lucKER, Register. -

late for thU i&suc but as i\ will be vuit firs! He left here In go l to Palatka. + --- More economical than the ordinary: Notice. ARXE, (CAJ_ ., S ra1ET) FLORIDA..t

mattir next week We did not learn of |his until last Let: us give the readers of the TKI.EOKAfH -. kinds and cannot he sold in ItlU'I"| itjon I -..- -_-.---'-neTo -.--'-- 'r _.
oo4rcdiig; wefthall. | papers with the multitude of low testlinn I Six weeks after date I Will'apply the Hon Wm.Malphura .
i .produce it (hen week as our merchants djd not let it out, a little timely advice. Hot wcatht weight alum of phosphate powders,, county Judge Braqlord County. for my Patrons and the general) P{hlio I onlil! rospectf iTtiy annoancef
i in letters of administration the of
fr coming and with it colic cholera on estate Allen
3T but he left several hills. ht-re, unpaid.DefMMlne "orh\I!. clyse.tery.and! diarrhcea.: Tile Meld der O only(,1Qi3ValI-'it..N in cans. Royal Baking. Pow I Ueiger. late of Bradford County VANDI deceased.L UCIGER. that I am still at my out stand: roa-ly; to Serve my cust(,mra: on shortf

: ;A correspondent in this i issue suggests only flat way to comlmt these iliNeases, is Ju e 28, Issg. notice. As heretofore, I shall in the t'i'itire use my best endeavors to tura

ii that the health officers hand a The Fernandina Mirror'rqlllcrJ'like o'h{the balance all to kt'cp who dome have reliable tried Chamberlain's remedy hand.colic and IN CIRCUIT COURT 'TII JUDICiAL CIRCUIT out good work at a low figure. soUcit the attention of tioe! in need .rtCarri.ages' .

report of their investigations in for and DRUG STORES OF 'LO"lD.BRAIJFORD. COU 'rY. .
of the State press is displeased at the\ act cliojcra dUrrhfca remedy wilt| admit |N CBAKCERY. ;

L publication No doubt it would be ion (f the late Legislature\ regard to that it is the most proir.pt, reliable apd THOMAS A. KNIOBT 1 } .i
successful medicine known for these comtplaintn. vs.AnatM V .
the m .ins of several cleanings up to immigration matters. something which I it costs but 25 or 50 cents and LAWTON. > -d-giE a. / '

ti f avoid publicity. moie nearly concerned every resident i of r may be tte ;; cans of saving you or your I above-entitled It beln! ?mode cause to appear,that the by affidavit defendant.filed Ab in the am Wagoc..s. :

the Stale than anything else before the .. family much suffering if not life iself.( il Lawton u non-resident or the Sfatp Florida .:

1 MayorVitkoviki is doing his beet [(1(11'. and something neudtul' to give our before rhe bummer w over r' >r sal l>y and that the his residence unknown and that he is t an.d
5Hf KIVEKS; & .! over age of twenty-one years it is ordered Car"ta. .'
the State the prosperity no.w bejng enjoyedby .TppiKn.Have that (fee said Abram Lawton do answer pi ad or oranyothctstyleo1 J' .
to sale of
illegal i in
atop liquor demur
to.the bill filed in said cause on or&lore 'I
htr sisters. ** you heap! whui Air. G, I,. Wea.t rule day of July A.D 1889, the name beinbMon- ., '
the city, but his witnesses do not When! cattle owners object to irnmigintitM flf Csimbriilgf! City, tnt'.r.' &mi'S of Cham I tIny the lot day of said month or i'41 bill will betaken

ttand by him. For some reason they on the ground that their settlement berlain's colic, phdlera mind fiarrhau remedy as CliO lerrt"\ against him Provided publication VEHICLES.Plows
of this order be made week for
? )f nor here it j f. last = once a 11
fail to under oath will ciiUail 1 the range hud make such, ol. : "D.uring .=: fomr con ecutive Wt ekl in the BI-.dtol'd l'ountUGRBPR
testify what they jjectipn ppjetit\ CRiijjjjIi tp pnrti'ijly defeat summer I was troubled very much wjth\ -) a newspaper published once a Wee
arc willing to say before they are legislation there is little hope for a boom severe pains in my stomiich'nnd l'oweN. J, T.. GASKINS, In the town of S&arkelu said counly. and a copyof
i Flojida and was \induceby; (riend.to this this notice be posted at the court house door Harrows Cultivators to j J
of (
are sworn. tp; or rrmcb lion into the State until we get IILW makers MiiiLtly. I look hue dt>oC" as pf dir ctiuo m the date hereof. Dope and ordered by nia -,
of more liberal ideas and with n better i\nd i it K'vu ne alnjosl instant relief. I Ol"Ugs & v1cir1eL i June Jait, A. D. 1889. In witness w f\l'Of I t .
Complaint i is being n\ade\ of the understanding of the needs of the State. 1 chmeerfphly.recu.mmuueuid \i %jy time affliclc-\I.! have. hereunto affixed my. hand and oral of office. And other_(Vrmk? .Implements*
T. WEEKS. 'f-'fRIp.AIHINH
Tht Ihror The 15 nul, 50 cent bullies for sale by Stavke, FPhy&iciaus' W
Legislature has US
two. slaughter pens in, the city It says [ ] Clerk t> Circuit i"uft.
,(rganijfd' n Bureau: of Immigration an 51 f ltiyKIiss .tc.t\l'u., Bradq.dCo.Fla.Notice xf Vehicles, Agriciiltui ImpIemoHls, Tools M fu.M. "'

I is hoped that the beth officer will provided for by the ('Ofl*tltutip.n. and hilap'nvidrd" -. Prescriptions for Pnbllc tion. HilliS' PistoJs, etc., made neatly -tml stronoly; by (Jxrcnelwt\! rr; .
fqnd for is( support by I 11 The July \'tle Awukc his many strou-r, Workmen.
4'.t not overloqk these and if special Only thfeft's materkils : "
: used
properties, thx of the very small sum of one- timely (cii t Ire5, notably l two especially Carefully Czp'uiidT! It all fl11'Jdl", or LAND OFFICE AT GA SE8VILU:. FLA.. I 1. ,

I they are in % bad condition they eighth or o.t.e ,inll.[ equal to a tax c f I AmiTinin. One LjMiss. Sewurd'a ''Irlh ntgfit: v* hereby given June that M.the J8S9.fo'lowinsr-f 2lJ" HOnS} SHORING accordhi| to Scientific 5 '

.. should be cleaned i if they are not twelve and a half cents iipon each \l\n.n- of July{ at Hubert. C"lh' "-tte Ap\erirMn i named w't ler. has filed notice of his intcutifntoiortkedinl PrinctpTes. BS
I1 uiud dollars pf assessed property (if the collc/u i.i ('onsLtntinnplp, a ncr -U-d of U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER proD in support of bill cluim. an>l .
let the people know it. :tnte. Tile amount in tUc billa\ ll pass. Americuu vhuis in Europe; the otber. I that Circuit said proof will ts mide before .ud!eof the ,
Com t. or I.i his absence. Clerk of Circuit
cti l Ilhe Senate _was. ljnl( a mill. whichwould Mr*. ByrUw" Uatrinoifb The. Kepublican : ourt at Stark, Fla.. on July -5th. I860 via: Si!Ian GARDINER': AEB PACE';
4. Work on the Mar railroad is have crested i\ find sufficiently Court. in which she gtyes t J\.orltllils nir.l! D..Johns of Lake Butler. Fla.II. E. No. I'M 18.
I Urge to do most pc elis'ry "ud valuable charming li.Uk. bio rijihie.s; ut e.gl\ een of"he for the NEJi See 26 Tp4 S Range 19 E. *
He
progressing rapidly. In a short uauies the following wit es 8 to provo his
(
: work in making known the resources, prominl.otlIII pocicty women who ccbtinuojiresidence upon and cultivation of. '
time, not later than December 1st, climbte and other adTtnta oJ oqr Satc.Uii : \tere in OCIltrlll'lIl hin tc'I1'1i circle of said 'Ind.1&: Yf lliain Nettles, I>. J Shaw. $STAriKE Bradfcrcd County, Florida
the last day qf the M >8ion the mcni- I frieudsMrs.. Wasbjngtonjiersdf 1 ..I'tilgII J. H. Vining and John Alf ord,all of Lake Butler.

the trains will be running tllr ugl. t its, of the IIDii.se. \\l\o\ had. cheerfully \\ \\u\i\\ T}II'Jic portraits arc from cue ... II _._ Florida.Any person who da-ires to protest against Ihe r

the county. We congratulate the voted\ themselves six dol'iirs' a dll,. and relebmtcd! IX-tliimoiv porceJ/'ius-s n lieirluom allowance of wuch proof. or who Uwwd of any ,
without question; voted fo'ur Hollars n day which cx-.Mnyor llodgi-s of that city substantial rvaon. under the law a.nd regulationof REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
people along' the route and the county to a lot of messenger bnys. assistant dt.ur his "founded" for his di-snendants; the :: ; the Interior Department. Why such proof
I
Should.not allowed
bp will be
.
gh'euall
'I at forge upon acquiring this rail keepers etc., on the score of economy, fi hU-en pliiqucc fotma wall decorationofhid at the above ineintioned time and opportunity place to- ,

road. cut down: the appropriation for iDlmi ru- ltning fIIom.) : crosa-exAov tha \vitnt--8es of said claimant _
to offer evidence in rebuttal Of that'ubiiiitfrd
lion purposes to the instgaificnnl amount -. I IJl by
of one eighth of a mill. The friends of Boy* and Tu arro. Dil.1Q I cliimaut. S, C-TI-CKEH.,,_
-- T.n .'n'.. _
ino marshal nas posted notices the 111.11 1 1 were forced to accept it or In an experimental obser.vatiou of 38 'VJ r.JQlr,. & ;" .0 ORANGE GROVES. 4

against eloi rinds nothing. boys of all classes ot society nnopf'avtrg" I Notice for
throwing watvrn \ S \ KF.. 'LA.Lpedalattent1on Publication.LAND I
Yet as this fund will not be available : ". health who >!m\\ U'V? using tobaqco

iu the streets. This is all right, but untill next' year, the people o/ Florida. for periods raaging fi\ai Iwo months to QClocks anilJfwclr.v.ghin&c.to. 8.r.11 rrpnlrins! work%Vatci-s ioo* OvFI.EAT June(JAISERVII.LE.1st. 'W.). FLA., |I i IMPROVED FARMS.

I no pne seems to pay any attentionto the railroad cnmini s. Jund o.wn.ers, I tw< pars, 2sliowed severe injury to at reaapnsb. jprces for ousJj. N'OTICE il hereby (given thai followi"g- I Il
I'oftntjf Vo'm1ss1onvrs.lh.OU.h1' m.nke the constitution ,cd! inwtUient piowth ;; -- settler has filed notice of his intention
S it. Some one will have to be arrested e very effort to aid the cause of ''immicration S3 showed the existence of irregularities A CHING Teetrv thAt L omake Ikiti proof In support o. his claim. and
; said proof will be made before W.T. Week WILD
I before any ordinance can be by the preparation of reliable stiiteme.i of the limit's action disordered stomach filled and prA. 'h.r'\c oil l'lr..uit ('ourt at --tarkl' FII\. on July l LANDS. \
,, to'apd statistics and their diffusion cough nnd craving for alcohol;. 1& had serYert without Sfith. If89. viz: William J. Nettes.ot) Lake But-
A. enforced and that will be a novelty throughout the United t tes. i inlermiltency of the pulse and one baLl 1 tion de&triu of 2 l t-y. Fla.. II. E. Xo. 1.m*. for the ES of SW." SecOTp4SRange19E. -:-- ,

: \ to Starke. pining the- years 1890 and 1891 the consumption. After they bad abandoned nerves. He names the following witnessta to prove his ..jOOOooot'I'es of land belonging to tH FSOl'THKUX 'LOUI{ }.'
Bureau of Immigration will have: at its the use of tobacco all were ft.c from all AbcesaedTeeth : continii.'ius residence upon and cultivation of,
, I disposal probably f 10.) 000 t-ath j-enr to I t their f turner symptoms and the( ; remainder mid land viz:: ; ; RAILWAY: CO., .listnbute.1 throughout the statt', inttextciiJin.gwitthi.war&1 1

S The newspapers are., alrcu'fJJooking IK; applied to this'' pur!o e. Thes 6 ..uml.if h txad recovered; by the end, of the year.Scienctr. .- I aUCCO.<..llllIyPIVO'V Silas.D.l>. J Shaw.Johns, of Lae Butler.. Fla... .

\.e.. for a successor to Senator Call. i judiciously used, can effect much good. trentHt.: J, H. ViniBC. .... ... : from the south brumlary of Georgia to fort Ur.rl-'ll,. l'
We !hope- this department of our bjale -- i: 'nrTII': adjusted in an urtt1'!" J
15.-I. 4-: The senator Uas cane the wrath of I will l he so vyiscJy and judiciously nuoagd. PbicI; ..Coil ft111 **. i ,11(1, snrvioeal a1 in lii imer.ViM S. C. TroKEH, county -

I ;: several himself t I tat' Us good effect will hu 1141 appaienlhiii .\ hI1II !,i.I\' foM.seientioii.se physjrl-tnM.. Register. "
papers upon hy .his tjuv Uie whn / \' H. 1 1. H. M :ani. liberal Jerms\and\ Special Inducements are QJft/lc rJ
Legislature\ of l 1I1 T\\\\\\ give: it ltluC1 )h4lJmIt. ; \ f. M. DEHARrE.N'T Notice.i ; la'.d
: position upon the land forfeiture l ltI argcr taetius.ViiU tial, frankly admit iU supu ;-uiiiy ; .
ovr t.oihor hlool n -di ja'..ines.V. 7IbEREAS Davlfl L. Alvnrl':,admln rn rof BON FIDE SETTLERS.
i
question, Ko better man could be \ all the prctenies of f&nt>say I lyreS hI') \ 4. A'li-lr, KockiiiHrl (Ja. SrRl>CE3T-, S1'ARE TV the tater4 M. F. Brown.late of Bradford I !
t1I u.tll txe in the luve oj 1'ic: per Oieiu : found in the writes: I rcgIrd: n. n. n. as of the :
.br'I' entire than one office
; of
state SpeaXr a sugQ-to the insolvency of said
j J' members or attaches but there wa-t an All i'fif, t \ |lea fxf .. !
heat blood! inedtcin.es.' niQ> npprovi-d st.\ I'l TJ.: e tate thwe are therefore to "!otifv all 250; eo Acres Of
I GiKkins to succepd Call I, and he 1\n.111\ even pay wpw of tt--w HII ad- n.,. A. 11. HoBcoe, Nushvilie >nn., \VoiiK, hurl/itti liusr I i I'VJ-K '.\:\ nt! ." hold g cijuws agiunst "\i.1 csmtv. to persons fije the I IS.TIJJH WiliiawallltS&aIi1I's laud aui hurts ot i
Htiuimi amount for: ;'tr.n.ding to H"cir Wd&II"'li\\1I ofn. Broken .and rr.i''kl: I'I.ATKS uAt'I1fled iii my office. iKjlv autheuli ntfd, on or by I a.r.u'l A.
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rnporiK u. n. are \it\'ur- f Swann. situate .oih oiEdc' d tbe
,titia .
= vill have the oy.Co.s s FU' UliL:1 ijil l Nav
p? cnd.oravment of the cI I t .-MtlropoUs.HraUy. u1 le.and its *u>MJy action is truVv.: won- &*"" and! fviiv>' I h. us u hen I'**;**, nJ.:1de7e dav tlu'Hn-ond there wiilbti.m-uje .ibtlriluitinn
r a probate ( of
; .' : _lato press. derfuL"-. theuMsctiiofiuldc'-iUVs amount he. creditors of tiou. l.ine of-RailroaCedar. bktW""Il .l.'t'IlaI1i: rm J.hlllJ.1.1.li.t cv-Xai4

'... o.a ".I1""t'," Hr. 3.. "V*. Rho.l g, Crawfoidsville, Extracted wlth.oqt Iihn Qr tbe MIl'\e. '
If the rncruhanU, of- floriJa will ) editors in ll\u FenayIwaiihi U.i.. 'tit\: ". conle-R q. B. n. I Is the Dargnr, I I)\*1z iluess: Dtf.: hag.! : WM seal. I'ht. Msta'aemo.' Miy ixth. A. : Kfvf, on the (iulf! of yxi.v 4a.

rtof-ded districts d.f/fTve g,et credit for tuit Aud k-ke9t 1rlr.fOT rhouuvu- "crl'A: II. I. (SKA L| l"t'-'IU' J'de. _. i
ever learn that uvenulick tongned their tttl'rpri ism \ have ever tried.7'ESr. 4?(ill 10

chap that core along is not a ixiillionalre "N Here.."Jor of itictance fill \t\\\K\ lU'npvo (I'n.) write. S.: ",.1.! cheerfully F"riinr, (Criiwfordsville rwommend jt,CJa.n., Notice; for IJllbJlc; tiol. GBANG GRQVS and I IBIPROVED FARMS: ,
TKATFll1iT
ew the which to uc
) cojnes
, B. MB a tine tK>ni.c all ntl\"e. It. .
tine
au.d treat them accordingly printed on wall pa'oer. Not onfy i is the cured an excrescence of the neei; after LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE. O'U-.l A SPECIALTY.

.A1 as they deserve they wight l not get \nil pnjter! of excelrlert qiuvUty anti in ex- other .romedies. effttcted no psrceptlbleDr. The Original. Wins. 'VOTTICE Is hereby given that May the 15, I folios*' ing-I Ii
('dllll111$h.. but on it arc several columns I .. OlftL" C. J.. Simmons St. Louis, Pr p'z I> named settler ha filed notice of his inteu- Send
caught with bad dehta so often. It ,tf fl cash.news from Johnstown, and a large C. H. Montgomery. JackaonvHI. M.A.Simmons 1fedicineEstld ion to make final proof in support of his claim. for discripiive pamphlet maps ete
iS o. In the U. S. Court .and that said proof will be made before
KKFKATS W.
) T.
of J.
: number local 1Ilrrortol. Alat\vrite :. "My mother insisted
I is not the ru>torn for any person togo on 11.Zcilin.Prop'r Q.Simmons Ljy. W l'f'ks.cleelc of the circuit court at Starkna. .
% Among these locnln is, an account of Vlue my getting u. B. B. for lu>r rieumati! er Itcplator,Est'd by Zeilin 1868. on July 12th, 1889. vla: Sampson M. Carver of -- : .3
into a Ktrangc country and bor- poisoning[ of ten cows due to eating bay as her case stubhornly restated the usual M. A. S. L. M. HAS for 4 7 years Lake Butler, Fla.. H. E. No. 12918 for Lot 3 Sec. t)1JI ; l'l fkQV : 1
I. iver which the poisoned flood wat.r bAd I remedies. The experienced immediate eurqd. ISDIOKSTI.ON.t BILIOUSNBSS 18 Tp 6,8 Range 30 E. He nauies the following P
ynw Bioney or purchase goods on a and relief apd hex improvement baa been }YSP1'PSU.5ICJt I1&ADACUt.Lo!T w witnecsef prove his continuous residence upon
J Hwepi. a warning ttutt no book notice!* I wonderful.- Apl'ltTITIIL SOUR STOMACH. ETC. and cultivation of. said land viaV.. H. Ed
credit,.if they intend to pay for will tie priatcd for sonic days sash books I truly A Rev. T. B. Ue ms, Pastor AI. E. wards. J. M. Thon-as. M. N. Roberta and II. E. I ) 1
prominent .
t i lent to the office tor review were destroyed physician who wi hex ell\Church,Adams,Tenn., writes: "1 Stokes,all of Lake Butler. Fla. PaIae.1 = j
them. ..People who go pmong strang. by the flood.Probiihiy his name not given IayA patient of think 1 should have been dead but 8.C.TCCKKB, Register. flrGoods'torAitxEr \ :
mine wbo.se for Genuine .
case of tertiary syphilis your M. A. Simmons
' ;-e ITH generally! take funds along to pay the Rt-nova "News" will be was surely killing him, and which no Liver Medicine. I have i
glad] to get bck to. but its sometimes had to substitute $200 Reward.
ordinary
paper I treatment seemed to
I fXjMrW*. f' .b.al'g th.e experience check was entirely aT "Zeilin's stuff"for Medl.cine
.: Wall paper issu.a are nevertheless interesting cured with about your A reward of Two Hundred Dollars will be
: twelve
bottles
of but it paid
: B.. B. cLtrs don't
ba: :: with Reeves will be a lesson to the priMif of how quickly American news B. He waIL fairly made of. skin and I 'as purpose." answer the arrest by the and County conviction of Bradford for the apprehension. : itij FZZJIL: .

: tarke merchants and others in the pa par workers ttdapt themselves to all u bones and terrible ulcers. 48 4t 1 Baftut Dr.J., Jfr. Graves Tenn.Editor TTu who murdered' 3<>oree ol Huff the Johu.Bu9in person or persons a ..
$5 conditions and overcome all obstacles. -- -I received Memphis fays: svctioD house on the F. C. & P. R. R.. about Iff ,
do
that will them dealt a of
tate a package your Lives r
great
BOBH lake H.Arm Medicine mile* north of Hampton. in Bradford County,
,. Voonc n a. and have used half of it.
>f good. They can't Rebuild The question is often whether It works like a charm. I want nc on the night of May 13th. IfXO. omctit' and fQi5
that "11I. put. it is better Liver Offered and published by order o' the board of I nuq'' J.ll
I- _, __- A rumor is current in Johnstown, Pa.. ever permissible to take a young lady'sarm tainly no more Regulator of Zcilin*and muturKick's cer County Commissioners of Bradford County. Ito ,
Florida. that nn attempt will be made to rebuild in acting as her escort on a pr.nme-> r ide. June 3d. A. D. lSSi.E.. l''VJJ.ite.

--J The fUte nf Florida presents to the the South Fork dim. Constable Martin Lflays nade after nightfall" Unhesitatingly and Attl'St: A Chairman TODD. .

i' \ apititlial and laborer the inercluiot and if any such attempt is made and no peremytorily. no. Not after nightfall W. T Wllltlt ( cad I :tt'es. :iUiiJiuci.rGENT'S

,I thr iporumun, the |imfetvsionI. man and legal proceedings can stop it. the mer I nor by daylight not bv any utker time. C t'k ex of officio Circuit CWrk Court.and "

tbe met banic. the farmer and the nrtisl. there will arm themselves A-ith. muskets An invalid may lean upon young wom Auditor of board of.
, the mii.ufactortr and tbe hotel keeper. nnu* shoot the first man who staitv. the an's him; a grandfather if heit infem. Co. 'ommllslnnl'1'II.By :'AND BOYS' HATS, BOUTS AND SHOES
! aLike iinfqunlled npportunUiea for invest work. may awsii kUiinelt of a similar support Yegetabis Half Renewer. N. D W AItIRr iBT. Dep'y Ci'k. AND

1 ment' emjl,)ment-enjoyment and trade.It The bodies of another entire family. and a miisettlAr pwhceryaa seema to have ?he b for.h. -.- -. FINE CLOlI/lNG.
preparation hair..
Uea nearer to the equator than any .'.m.e Murtha wife and two b.iJ acquired \hr right to propel his charges in free the head from all dandruff Tftill immediately re -=- ------- ------ ::::t :: .
Ute in the Union, yet it is cooler in Bummer were found in one bouse Monday. The petticoat* across the thoroughfare by a store the hair In Its aawisal color, ninl proluce a PiSO'S CURE FORCONSUMPTION \ i ---- - -
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%I thin Oregon or Colorado because of others identified were, Jacob Haralin and i grasp upon the arm but tKesyare tbe only new grpwtb where it has falU-n out. It "'iIIstop CURESWH R tiLl. Al1yastes1c I I'; (.; ; \ "
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It male the falling out of the hair In a frw days if faith- UPO I I'' D" g' !Nr I : ; I J \ \ I :
.t' the influence of the sea. h-\s the most Maggie H. Ripple.. persons so privileged. FOIIV acquaintance fully appHed and it rail tun*grey l to Its : \. ,I I \ I j t g.1 \j I jA' I 1! \I
equable cliratite in tbe world. It U a One morning following a blast] of dynamite a friend oc one wha aspiiesto original color. I 'I i fJ./ ', : )' .
health resort for thousands. two human feet rera thrown from a still nearer place to take Uie arm of a DIRECTIOXS VOlt i'SING ,= t = .\
It has 84,714,600 acres of solid land; the drift high into the air. Tun body has young lady when walking with her on H P. .
\ 4.400 square miles of water. not yet been rcco'erf'd. public highway is inexcusable. You may bottle 1st. Poiic into.a S'few'mw spoonfuls vessel then after with shaking a the :I believe Pise's Cure O BUPLDING.

It fciu 1.200.miles of sea coaM. Daniel Storec el Altooua. dropped dead I I be sure nothing will so quickly offend her moll ne t. vith the RENEWKR. sub the, spouse scalp for Consumption saved .

I, It ban nineteen large rivers with a while looking at the body of a relative .. good tnstc. alUieiigli she may lack till social thoroughly,after which leave the rcalp and hair my Editor life.-A. H. DOWELL, -c* ;; 1 .
total inland navigation of mote than 100- taken from the riuus at the YiaducU tie: skill tq resent and avoid it., and the faiHy sa-urated with it.. This do.every other Enquirer. Eden. toDEALE '
morning or evening until the hair has ton, N. C. .
resumed April 23.1887.isoH.
-.; POOmil***. was 65 years old. \nectacie in Itself is most unpleasing. To its natural color. and thtrir only oQce a week
r It baa 2,000 ratlvs] of railway. The "l1'cl1l physicians alter a compar see H yottn-r woman pushed along H little until the-wcretive( organs have bud: time to reco.t'r SrN"

It produces two million bushel of or- ison of notes agree that 10,000 personsa.re in (rout of her escort, by his clutch upon I '\ their the original object vi Is igor tll restore and i-ti ength.M the color. of the i SCHOOL: BOOKS, STATIONARY Jo. ALL KI

augvs yearly.it ] musing. her arm in neither suitable DOlictur" color of Uie whiskers it shouM be used once a us. AUENT.
produces more tbii half the sea Island The relief committee has begun the esque. It remern.ul pr i I day until they resume tneir original color. alter
cotton crop in the United 8tvu- work of rebuilding fifty storehouses to uf gailaatry. Tb fair shoujd lean upon I which it may be applied once or twice week.. Mb ttam
\\ raises the finest% oranges pine a; plea he located on the public square. the brave. Ylrilc! strtns.lb ought ever to tion 3<1.of The their young hair. either with a growth view to or the color.preserva should I ; E. '

and ini'. & nuts in the world. support femiriiH frailness. OSer her vour. for a few tiniHA AYinlir it evervnth..hv.And, - "
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It annually immense quaniities arm. time and then onfe or twice a week. "
Uwrta young man every never SEA-SIDR IJDRARY
Loc{ and DisRsa.
I "WOt This is not like other I AXD
proparationn
the FIXE-CIGARS
.t rdn vegetables under any circumstances commit the familiarity making I .
p .
Not yet has the dismal work of search heir dry and hrasho but will keep it moist soft
It **** millionsUif acres of tiniUi and uffencr of Liking h.crs.-Metropolis. ADd gIOfiS5.
C posse '
ing fur the dead bodies of the victims of The BEST Cough Medicine -1 ..1I
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tree* the flood ia the PRICE ONE is Piso's SUBSCRIPTIONS .
inexhaustible. Coneuiaugh. valley ceased. DOLLAR CURE FOR RECEIVED FOR A MY PAPER
lu naval stores are OR
Evry day new CONSUMPTION. Children solicited and. MAGAZINE ,. Orders
corpses are recovered at Far -.Ie by prompt attention
It has extensive herds of cattle and mil- There is more "ata.uh in thl section take it without given lo same. '
lions of acres of puturage. JlJllI staU stown.of decomposition aJl of them and in an advanced of the country titan all other diseases J. \V. HICKS By all druggists.objection.35cPISO STARKE, Fin.. January 13; li'8M. ; :.

t It Is the best country on the globe fort unrecngniz put together and until the last few Starke Florida. 79 Um"f
able. It is sad
a busines to be so long .
rafsiog sugar and rice. years was supposed to hA Incurable. - --- _
It produces two Iiundre4 different var- protracted this dreary hunt. day after For great many rears Doctor potn SIIILOIl'S TURK will immediately S CURE FOR -- -- '- u _
ietie of 'IHud-rn.orc than a.nj other Itat d,). a.nid the ruins of downed towns nnd ICIUlN'eol l its Inca) di sesse and prescribtxi relieve Crwiix Whooping Couch and di
villages for all that is earthly that remains local! remedi, and hy B-Mnchitif. IlivzKs .
Its fi V ritt are extensive and their poa- cwisluaily ANrSJo.i4&, 2 i
iMli'ie without linit.t festcnng in decay, of the manhood, the fUlntf to ure with local treatment, pronounced :.-
womanhood the childhood with which incurahlo. SHencie has pcovonuOnrrli -. CATARRH our* J, Jv:lth and '\eet CONSUMPTIONJOHN 1' to
It rzporta than half million .
more
a some wei-ks ago the valley was pupuliUR 'o IMS H conNtiltitional 1 duwaMp. Krealli secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh .-
ddlara.! tyvrth of sponges per annun.It and athrob with the pulses o( lite and In- and therefore reqiiires co.u.tit.ulionAII I i qfetUHdy. frlcfi ftit ctf. Nasal injector t
abounds in natural fertilizers.vprings du try. treatment. llnlTa ('&tarrh Cure mann- 1, (ree. Rixrns: JOIXEH. I Q. ADAMS, ;.,

I It' a.in. \ are fountains of It is long and work iacturAd hy F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, :
weary cod i itll" JUSTICE
costly, OF THE PEACE
L. ObIs the !
!M.41nS.
onely rnn\titutinnal
cure on
to clear that wreck to find TUE REV.
; lt'i population has increased seventyref and Ltiry the market. It H token internally in OEO. U. TElA YEn. of AND J. :M. ,
t thoae of the dead that have Dot been Hourbon, Ind.. HENDmSON
says: Roth
within tbe last swept Uosea ( 10 : myself and
cent fourteen year. roam drops to a tenspoonful. It Real
It has oo .$t't1.e number it, u.mmpn by the tortcnl into distant waters and to icta directly upon the bio.*! and mucus tion wife Cure.oweo'ir" lives toShiloh'g eomumn-- Estate. ,flqent, ARTISTIC .'

schools and tb; common school l at. prepare: the deluged rites tor the reconstruct 01 tbe nystem. Thy offer one 2 OFFICE OX CALL ST., doors east of R R. PSOtOGRAPEER .:
.... ter.daiice within the last four ):ear. hm of the cummuhitiitt who hundr> ,t ,. hoiut nnd yoiroongh when Shilo's stand
-, -i The State debt 1 is only half a m1lhp substance ranished in a day cun*. .Seiw t'wr cmnla"r" and twtiijjoni- Cvu-fi will give Immediate relief. 111M.Real Estate Bought and Sold on Comu.isPaid -
# will tbe aweep of .destroying; tide. As alx. AdIresaI. J. CHKXEY (0. IVi.-
tolars.! -irernn < cuia 6.6111..0II&n 1 ?1. Rents 1
the disaster was exccptvmal in its extent Sjld by DrugsiHti, 75c. Toledo, O. 4 4t 2 I R40Sldeu Colleeted and Tax" for "on- ;
r
- ami i'i the tUwrtM of the survivor!* Utlwc'untry's THAT HACKING -
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.5'' Apollo U laM_ to be the first entJtm.Q I CUCGH ran 1 ha no -Correspondene Solicited.Sit.rke. .-
obligation to contribute fuji For _Yen'I quickly cured by Sliilo'a .
Mudge- wke.
Doswortb I ,
i.;. net struck a lyre. If he bad only I measure of rrlieT cure. We Bradford Co., f7'11'idn. ;
exceptionally gtiarautee RITERSH
have been sannbitgxcd iu Jot
grroat.1 yon or a NKR.SniLOH'S .
li-i I him little htrdcr we might not hate railway
a While tr p n- rd for aid cII tlnoeC. there'huuld ; au'dc1..nt! FOR DYSPEPSIA
.
a4. matir mailfknt liars at the present aLso continue the btstownlnl i4it.1'h Hoxworth- Xi-iibor. I hid under the CATARRH RE IEIJY r- Dr.w.'. Ir.. Bitten. ,r
IK. fAP0 .C HlHTal Ijands,-M.I I a positive cure for Catarrh, Physicians
lropol.i! 1 l.t J. the'tliT night lo scare my wife. Jjl'lherilj j recommend It. j
ati.d
Canker Mouth. All dealers keep it. $1.00 per bottle. Genuine .
f
W vrade-mark and
crowed red lines on wrapp
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..*..-- Toilet Artlclolee. )DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Not Some people are hard to p'eaae. 1 Mr. Van Bun-it, a foundry man of r''f DJkMib r'f .%NNSN|.. I The zi" :. "....",

.. -foto tnauy daj ago they! were Jacksonville The : furk. .
'i" cry:: was iM Iowa thin! week f' !-'wmt net of the Icy shi.urp.which Here arc "

I I Drugs'& Medicines.( ing for more rainT IIOW they say tbe to J loot iuliepaltern; fi'foVMK: J" T:''f is nW: n *1'\v.'lathe kill introduced the 'people wlm compose the no** ....,., -,f

I MEACHAMS't SUrke, i la. June 28 1889. wet 'weather is raining-'their Fewkes' ... .... .
Pmcriptiona a Spw laity. It is crops. cotton gin. lIe pronounced I by Mr. IeIralo; of Key West for the I of the I war"V ..- "

t --- impossible to please everybody. 'hem all O. 1C, and th r prevention gt cruelty to animal 3.064 ,
PMt Office at RIVERS & JOINER. very : There are & languages in :r1_
.. "J Local aifairs.Monday 3E.. Wainright, tbe tax assesso-, l best gin in existence. The manu I Be It eiiarttfd Jiy the legislature the and iU inhabitants: profess m :ao.l; .

R/M.: ALVAREZ,, N. J JONES informs us that be ha the aseesgimnt facture ,of ibis giii will be commenced state of Fjorida!.;' : thousand n-Hgion j fJI' : : -
I J&rtion hat if :t .
made for this at once. any person drill .
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IIUL'R UIDry'Goods is July 1st. year. Any one ovcrdrive.J..erlftd.. Tile nuailier of men ia a, J.--4i; { k
torture
torment fit"I
Dealer who
in has '
; .. A big time for picnics is be in not .given io yet had hotter Mrs. Dr. Coombs, of Morse Cave, prive of nctfssiri" sustenance. unnere- ,. thtr numlier- wrjncn. flue ..:: !t? ,'
expectedon a hurry.According
& the 4th. Ky., says: "My chickens had gapes, |[ sarily or cruelly beat or mulilwle.. IIr killer life i ii about tMrty-hri- yrmrs. zt.. r1 !vmQ\ '

GENERAL MERCHANDISESTARKE to the new law you L cholera] and were thriftles.4 before I][ | cause 0prllCure to be overdriven. I.COU pcranp* only nn-. reaches 100 years it

J... C, Hul.' will take charge. of the wiP have to how I Itegan rising Ganter's overlunded. lort.r..i.: tormented or deprived of life To ,' :
FLA.U.D.MINER. t a poll tax receipt magic chicken I of reetss-Jry susiennnec or to Vunnecessnrity : eVe rIw six reach Ua
Groceries.for 3
I post office next Monday. for 1889 before you can vote at the: cholera cure; nince- then, they haveno I ur cruelly beaten or mutilated n ire of 65. and nM mere lka! one ia 50d( -

a.' .A:fclfek of four : The board of county commission- next election. It will be"ell foreveryb&ly : gapes 80years of *z<'.

acne factojr west end of ers will meet next Monday. to sec that he is assessed! I is fine and they produce an abundance or domesticated shall for illl mt1r. every such offender Th rl' lire on tarlh I.OOO.OOO.COO !ohtitnntx >-
Call St. Starke T1l. 400 every such offence bt-
the of
yda.wire from fen l1i dejK:. Streetl Sew 00 JEWELRY & SILVERWARE.Repairing Look at Trubv, Sternburg & Co.'s I poll tax. I II ,fc Joiner.eggs. For sale l II". Rivers I guilty hed of a misdemeanor' and shall !>epaui : : of these 83.033,033 die! every year. .

every aide. About one parasols: before buying. j J jA | A recent discussion about the aajbereiflafier' provided 91.824 vry ilsy. 8,7SOevery hour. aid 4

doM trioff" OranRts *Bpecialtjr. Cortina Block. height of tree in the forests : Don't forget :St'C'.2" Any'PCrOQ who shall l impound 60 every mtllUl_. or one ev( strond.TK .
T #traM. DMImd' and cultivated nice of peaches has been of Vic to read the big clos ur cause to t ipipw.un.'Icd in ry
t and In excellent crop toria brings from the ing out advertisement fur any pound ? marrird are longer lived thin the
condition to wt this fall. Starke Fla. made this year by the farmer government i of J. G. Alvarez or yard nfe-teeping sale or slaughter.
.Co L.Pcek. Starlce. Fla. botanist tbe statement that he had at the bottom of this page. or jhtil! c..nfine! ia s ab'e. shed or in any !inII.: aud, above all thfise Tho observe A ,,

.. WALTER; WILLS The county commissioners meet seen one 525 feet high. The chief place wjnuts.eycraoy domestic or domes s<>br :iinl iiula..trious! nliict.. Tall men
u.. as an equalization board inspector of forests K1NGSLKY; LAKF. ticated animaL. :shuhi miMiilv the s.mi. rlnruig live luiiirer llmu _:
shout
u.. DEALKR: IN Monday.Our I measured a fallen I such c ..4ncmtut'wiih--a 0111:9V".meD hive: .
Basket sufficient
1 1I
.... p Fruit, Vegetables, summer is half gone and the one tintras 485 feeh long.If 4th. picnic at KlnsjsW: Like quant ly of g'l1-.xi and wholesome food and more chances in life in their favor previous

== Za Confectionery, dull season has July The people of Starke and water and giite to such animals! to 50 year of:age than men have
npt come to Starke you want bargains, don't fail to proper
Lawtey )
Cigars, Tobacco are cordially invited. Plenty attention &1 41.in default
thereof
: yet. read J. shall on but fewer afterward. .
G. .
0Et Cool Beverages, etc. Alvarez big closing out of room! Plenty of fun! Don't conviction; pe adjudged guilt of a mis The number of
is io -
:-.: is 6TABKE, Jan:=ir FLORIDA.GOMJVlERCIftL Quite will a large party of Starke people advertisement in the last column. forgt, to bring:' your- bathing suit. demeanor.Sec.. 3. It shall be unlawful for thou of 75 i to every marmg-1.900 individuals.propor-

fmranitir at the Fernandina Raspberry julep, a new cool drink any
BASKET PICNIC.The person or corpoi-nUoi. or corporations en Marriages are more frequent dining June
beach.
.d HOTEL. never known in the city before for gaged in trausptrfins live stock on railway and December:
sale at Meachara's. people of Starke and the surrounding trains steamboats
a: Farmers arc reporting the best Ladies' and misses' country will have a grand detain such tock lp cars or orotlufwige.compartment to I Those born io spring are generally of a t ,

fejfe < Few Summer Boarders Wanted. prospects for a crop this season for I your own price at opera slippersat basket picnic ou Sampson Lake, at for .Iunger continuous period than twen: a more robust constitution than othero.

:: years.Our. *. the head of the creek, where the ty-four hours wiihont supplying the same Births arc more frrqueut by eight than: b/
Truby, Siernburg & Co. with
necessary $* !i.
water and
Bi attention!
a:: ""vj and Muck Co. have their day. also deaths.
genial ,
pleasant new dredge or to /
permit 'b.m
i Terms llcasoimble.COFFINS county A remedy for hard : to be so crowded 10-
-: .
U. L treasurer spent several days in town your goods at time-buy on July 4th. Everybody is invitedto gether as to 9verhX crush, wouud. or kill The number of men capable of bearing:

_.- :.. this week. *. come and be sure and bring your each other; and -
; i' CASKETSand Mr. F. J. Field has contracted Truby, Sternberg & Co. baskets. The dredge will be at of such corpArnt'OB! un conviction shall be .
to The bnest confections guilty of a i mi.demeanor and shall be
furnish I. are kept by work by that time. -
.;:: Metallic Burial Cases 600,000 strawberry plants at ""aller'VilIs. punished as uereJnfter provided At Miami Menu. Jones and Robert .
# etc. ,
>- : <.:-; tl per thousand. I Lake Bntler. Provided flwtjnothing in this section Wylie who recently fli i.tied their tnp -:
J5!II :11 .: of any style price or size always kept Fine candies at 40c. to 75c. per Well we hive had a nice rain. shall apply! t<. owners fir "fflo M or crevof from Tarpon :Springs n. the litthi' steamer

::::.c. :: ... .5;- 0c. in stock byTRUBY I We have space: for a few more ound at \ValterViI1i.: The farmers look more cheerful since water craft w.'io: shall be detained on Margaret to a point on Indian nver. had .4.
;) ;. c STEKXBURa& advertisements, cheap. Now the the nnvigabVi' waters of this the pleasure of flu
-..., Z! ... CO.I is We will sell the rain. stnle ly meeting only genuine:
.,....,..-. 't" 100 time to send them in. clothing cheaper Allltrc biHvr now. even the fishermen. storms' or prtrentH l by bud we ttiur fioin .tlave I hoi .cr in the laud ot the f rrv. name
= I-4 .:-::I --o than.any house in the county. Corn is injured some from the drouth reaching portProvided ly 'hi- Hon. ("3'pl'IM Tiger or the Ewr.

..l 7 MORGAN'S BAZAAR. Mr. William lloehle, of New 7Vuby, Stcrnbmg fc; Co. but the cotton looks vt ry veII.Very That nuihinirnf this i glade Scjninolt! *. When cropa are good,

r cD = ;w O c: I;i (Post Office Building.) York, is back on a visit to hw brother Shoes, Shoes, Shoes at little aickncsft in Ihis vicinity. act shall! be c.>n>,incd to apply to poultry I and there is a, scarcity of laiior in Mr.
t.i .. =d Mr. Henry lloehle. Professor Shell sad wife have returned shippe I on nmN-ats or other crnfts. Tiger'sdomlnlon. he is liel'evwl to sally '- '
tf
c::>
.. X. J. Jones & Co. I &:c. 4. Th I I I
tt '
from South Florida to Luke Bntler. < ny person guilty of any forth into the ndgliWun) ettwl| country j
:s.J ] _.) BOOKS and STATIONERY.A The Starke nine will Fresh Confectionery Miss Anna Hill! oue of the miridemcan deHued or *et and Luwoafewrneurov.... whip ale taken -
the Fruits i at I
play Providence. tPach-
.r"....,...'.". : = 1, uaIlH.'S\'lIIe.n. ... nine a match IMEACUAM'S. at inc.- !'Chool.'D. ,forth. in-!any- of.. the foreeoinjr sections of I Iluto Ibe ._t..t.-.-_-- ..-.- Aud____. t.cuud"IH"l1_ _____'"_ _'_ ,.<_. ._._?,.A.wr H"9<_ifservitude. .
c..=, .Co) = NEW LINE OF VIOLINS AND game at W. Kelley nnd Miss tins act snail. m convictIon thereof. Im "Injun's and ntsgVra no free.
-
:: Gainesville Maggie Colani
j k.- :; :w HARMONICAS. I next Monday.Mrs. I Corn, Oats and Hay by the car were married the Oth inst. : punished by tine or imprisonment or bothat j says Tiger whtu it u: Intimated to him

J. C. Wills! returned on last load at N. J. Jones & Co. tf About 10 o'clt-ck on the 15th inxt.. the the discretion of the court which tine that slavery has been ax>lisl.ed. Some .

Hay .Can Oats W. N. Meacham Friday from an extended Belding & Bros. gay picnic crowd assembled under shall not exceed $100 nor Ibe imprisonment Hfteen years ugthe country laughed over -
trip to her Standard Spool those nice oaks l between F. SI. Rivers and three months i lit story, gircum in detail! of he old cracker -

and. Flour .at Notions and Fancy Articles friendti and relatives in Kentucky. Silk for sale at N. J. Jones & Co. .J. )... Hill's. Probably over 800 people. Sec. 6. Lit shall fee the duty af any from somewhere hear the jumping off \. l

/ Will close out our stock of 30 City Lots for sale cheap were present. .1. L. Hill made !speech sheriff, constable or any other peace of place, why drove bus cart lulu St. A'ugusu ,')00''
ficer
Fruits & para of welcome to them. and of the stute. > arrest wlthi/ut warrant me and offered a fine bigsletk.loklng) '
Confectionery.STAKKEFLA. F. H. .
IMfl sols Centrally located. Roger i .
N. J. JONES at greatly reduced Apply to N. J. found
prices. any person for talc he
.J spoke on the puipowsof the }t' volaiingany of the negro as needed little extramoney -r'
Truby, Sternbyrg & Co. onere, Starke, Fla. Alliance. The dinner Ublevus Rrmert'1 provisions of the foregoing net, J\llIllhe and it will probably receive the .

StarkeFla. Opposite Post; Office. Another The finest line of Dress Goodj long and wits literally heaped full of the officer making the arrest shall hold aid story of Tiger's practice in the swmo way. _
large invoice of dry goods and Silk Ribbons at best of eatables thankn to the ladies In offender until''' warrarl can be procured But it is all the same Io Tiger. .
y-: from
HOLLISOSWURTH I just received at the proper ofikx-r II) issue stir lI
theevening hid war-
tare Livery Stables Truby tf N. J. Jones & ('0. some boys we from: Htnrke Mime good music by runt for his/lflttuiXtiot! / ) and prosecution Sanford Journal: \\"e "wish to enter A -;, .. ,
Sternburg & Co. : tfter which we
I There is had under Ihe provisions of this act. and he plea against the war of .-xierminathonwhich
BootH & Shoes no town in the State that speeches on farming. education etc., :
J. W. ANDREWS, Prop. Our mayor: has been at work on sells goods any lower than Starke by Messrs.! Shell. Rogers und J. D. Jolm shall use pnfr tlihgence) to procure said i is waged against the 'gustor" because
the warrant to beKsoueM the it deprives our wi;iter visitors of
whiskey men again this week and The picnic was a success mind I will upon affidavit of
--*-r- I no firm in Starke offers a better not tb( : seeing them on thfir visit to the land of
made to Order. but as usual the be alone in voting agniiist whixkey. ; person nuking: or taming to be mulcsuch
Carriage horses to hire day or night.I I evidences was faulty stock or lower prices than Two WEE arrest. I I flowers.! It deprives the Ir.ivelers! on our
S.
Sec. 6. Wl-en rivers of & source of innocent excitement
ii complaint In made
Truby, Steinberg & Co.Everything to a
-Repairing--neatly- done- i: am ready to do hauling on bliort Tax Collector Hale will be in town Mother Ilubbard' Opinion. court or magistrate' authorized tn issue in watching) for Ihem as they lie busking

that can be found ina Editor TEJ.1GRAPn-\8!: I WHS flying warrants in crimiiml r.ises that the in th<' OHM. It deprive u* f one of.our
notice. \ next week to mall final complainant ; .
.My turnouts can not be excelled a settlement first-class
Dry Goods Store be believes, and has tropical attractiont without giving
can to Iwv any
over your beautiful city last week I heard reason I
J. M. Henderson, in the state, my prices are the of his business for the past found at N. J. Jones & Co. ttLadies'Fine lieve. that the haw in ngulHtiun tu cruelty i adequate return t(, the hunter who slays
i some very uncomplimentary remarks to animals! hn,. I>wn or is being viohUcd: in Ihem by the hundred While At DeLeon ""(

low(',t. Mv: sale stable nlwav contains year.At Shoes, the cheapest. made upon your streets about myself butI any particular building or place surh springs;: I lately. we saw two men who had

their meeting on Mondav, the in the market: at N. J. Jones & Co. don't mind that; no highminded lady court or magistrate: if ..alistletllhat there juM i.-iurne t from a 'gator hunt down the

PHOTOG APHE a lot of first class bargains for school board will ask for a 5-mills Country merchants will find it totheir I ; should sloop to notice such trifling affairs.I is reasonable ''JUkCl" for such btlivf, shall river: they bad the skins of thirty alligators .
I appropriation to run the schools this issue n search! warrant authorizing which they hnd Killed in four d"y-,
tho buyer. Give im a call. interest to buy their spring I inn glad to sec that the rancor of your i sheriff, depuI shtnff. con table; or police any riwv gilt Itn average; of ten cents a foot

year. stock from Truby, Sternberg & Co. city is raking III tle: liquor men. I am officer to search; Inch building ur uluce;; for ih? skins and the Average length otis r

I Apple Cider and Heiberger & Richard 1 The county school board will meet, :Mosquit Canopies and Hammocksat tuld that enclt cn c only costs the town |5 but no such ..carel.8hl\lI) be made after skin i is five to six feet. In reply to an inquiry

F'-- lIl'xtIond: v at tbe court house. and the.flrsl conviction sunset unless |SpccHilly authorized by the from us. they said they did not kill '
Truby, Steraburg Co. is )etto come. It
J -Dealers In- There will be only three the i mrgistrate II npfn satisfactory cause 8hnWD.e the small ones but let them !grow. Ilrnr.4
Raspberry julep on Lemonade Soda'atl'r is u nice fat thing for Ihe the '. there number of
board Ginger mayor ( 7. This acjt shall take effect miller ever arc a boys and mm

at STAPLE & FAP GROCERIES i i Pop, ice-cold atMeacham's, at all cll'rklnd 1few habitual wilnes." s. I its passage and.( II j'i iovul by the :jjovern- I in and around Stanford who rcxpect neither t

Mr. iSurroughs' family leave to- times. think that I will buy one of your Bradford ment. I age nor size. and who slay all ihn! come

:MKACHAMS'H. : HAY &\ GRAIN. day for Old 'I) own, on the Suwannee Car load of Flour just arrived at, county home made broom. and sweep 1889.Approved l>y the governor May SOih. within large n.ngcof enough their to hip guli or!*nut.. whether theyarc '._-

river, where they will spend the N. J. Jones' cash the cobwebs away from the eyes of your ..d.
cummer. cheap store. 8 business I notice Ney Scliool L;;. Sharp-eyed mamma-My dear. I hue -- ...
E. CLARK men. SI) ninny places! in ..
Fruit Jars. Wooden, Willow Spring Goods at N. J. Jones in town that The essentiui changes in Ihe new school I my doubts about that young newtpapcr &.. .
,. The Young People'sV orkin an endless I vade1 8 ate in n very unsanitary condi law are man! who rails to see you. 1 fear he d 4 .' -
: r.Buatifulline .
und Tinware.Wo Society will give a lawn in tion. Your health: inspector( will please The bonrd of public instruction will not posses! "' a good moral character. *". e'ndnf'; .if
AgentMallory part of Ladies' Parasols I furnish list consist of Daughter-Why. ma. bow foolish: .. -
<< Col. C. L. Peek's a of all places that need cleaning only turn members and only you"are hu.'t .
hand. Geo. ] Plant's celebrated yard on Friday and Sun Umbrellas He's :
night it und baud to you for publication. I one from any- commissioner's district (.in a religious reporter I ;-111 ;} '. '3
next.
S.S. Line SWEET HOME FLOUlt.Ohace I Truby, Stcrnlmrjj and ('u. Inlivf that these places should be ;punted amendment Ii'. tin* committee). nnd an* Letdingstalisticiin&: axsertannusllv thnt moro &' -

A: Sunborn's Coffees Mrs. Churchill, who was injured Ladies' Slippers, Newport and I out fit that they may l he avoided by the UDDoinied on the nomination bv t1ue' atUe& of Uiaid the state of education t pcr.\lCln : chokr to_ 11."lh! while: { -
superintendent
Cofllnx, Caskets by a team running away\ a*, Lawtey Oxford Ties atTrtiLiy caring in .bngiana: uou are killed oa II.
J. J. Laughs Crackers.: public. I have been watching your cily; of pul>|ic in-truction. : .
time English= railroads"! It roust be tetril-h., \
died
some the 20th of H The ,
ago on and trusteesM
Sternberg Co. cvmuion schools .ibolisho -
council closely of late and have .. "
mouoionous l
very come '
& Undertakers Armour A: Co's Meats. ) "annu13'chokfl death.
this month. I : l and a oJiupt'iviS'IIIelLoch'd the
Sit miner Dress Goods in endless (C I the conclusion that every man on the patrons of the |chooi' i i.n :.pp
GoodHfursaloat) We hzve rccentyacldel to our stock I Mr. L. 15. Powell will commence variety at Truovj Sternum, g and Co. list is Mck of his ,job and would gladly school. one g 't* ItcclllitolU.1 to it. ct>e there -

a large Kildwii dry air refrifjrator the erection of a dwelling house, Egyptian Lace: and '-S'l-iss Embroidery turn it over to any one who will accept it. The con,tilulion-l jToviMon fur the hug wotildu'l; "lIIa-hcll he SI to) many pirtv.s Mrbf on A prefer railroad it to mid!lit!- "ok: r

N. J. ,JONES. and will keep butter and cheese in next week, on his lots next to II. A.'arD1er'lt Flouncings at *" in fact one member going to move out sub-division of the' county districts into crcnihted afterward.
sub-nistricts fer l
peci tax to be voted (
J.R. ALVAREZ good order. place. Truby, Steriiburg am1 t'o. '" I of town so as not to be oblrged to serve asait for by tax-pajjrs on ual amid Ilt'rlJun,1property The first printing irs: !set up in Amer t.,

Mrs. J. L. Ga kins and children Mixed Table Nuts at Meacham's.; alderman.I has b eu piov.ded for by law. ,- ica was ia the autumn of 1d3 at Cambridge iIpi:

TJEALER IN F. Edwards Jr. spent the portion of last think your marshal; fails in his duty Schools can Aft he located nearer than .and the origins! printer wmSliplnn
greater
Parasols
from 25c. to 5 dollars at three miles of < Sc!) thc/ in the rural di&Iricts. Daye The curliest nork issued
Fresh week with his sister Mrs. C. B.Macclenny *. by letting people block the sidewalks t-o .
MeatsWholesale Truby, Sternburg and Co. Cities ijrd'fcwns excrpiitl. (Au from the pn'ss w.is styled "The "'rClmm'f I A. ..
Livery Stables at Macclenny. $ much. especially colored girls and men, amendment by- tht> omnuttfe.) Onth."lulaud Printer.! VIi
and $ who seem to delight to congregate onS'alurdnys Boards of pub'irt fistruclion, in consul-

A Boston company U trying to Saved. by buying goods at and apparently hold meetings tation with promiilect ichers. are tit prescribe is reported that J revivalist at Tama -

: Retail.J. introduce wicker.work co ins. They Truby, Steruburg and Co. on the sidewalks. It is real a course of j.li.dy for Ihe schools of Io\va. recently IktIII,1 IIP congregation S ..
Give me a_trial. Call St. claim from a sanitary'point of view Job lot of a nuisance :the county, and requirsli >he taught i white piti i their cthr.I.rise AH rose but .'
Hosiery at
and ought not to be allowed. I see that an editor, '
J. ECKERT nothing can them.J. elementary phv>ulhspt'ci'aly!! as it re- "h" explained that he didn't
NOTICE TO MILL MEN rqual jj Truby, Sternburg and Co. your city l gentlemen are not so careless lates to the etIt'jls oPulcoholic rtii>iiilani!, pay his drbu Ijeotusr the "nlln" n!rega- t

Eckert, the baker, has just received Ladies' Sun Hats at about blocking the walks as heretofore, and narcotics. ,ur.lly.! mentally and pbysically. linn owt-d him "u lullriptinl.-laluul:
"
City Bakery andConfectionery. W anted-In each county a reliable Mill a large stock of the very best I *: Truby, Sternburg and Co. and if my humble appeal has beea of a I certificates. and thai to tewzli.ail pv.shall.<*uia be applying exnnuned for I'ruiler. '

Man to handle and take orders fur confectionery. He is offering a.v Old for little good, life's mission bus not been this -
newspapers sale at this my upon branch of?I ludr. under I he*ime Many.Penn. .

The "Quaker City" Grinding Mill. a low pric Call and inspect. office, 25ct a hundred. in vuiu. 1 wonder why the sidewalk in I conditions as other. 4.rni"Iies; required by: Art btkt Iron owwork or 1.1 '
a
law. This
( Brow'
Married at the residence of Perfumis Florida Water front of the livery stable is not fixed, as puts Xiim.aers and teachers rebuilds !! 31 i -
Tbe best mill for grinding Corn and Judge and upon notice.) irttem.& < *itkra.reT # -
!
If you want Cobs, Bones, Oyster! Shells Keith, on Friday, June 21st, Edw.A. Cologne at 3leacbam's.Prnne well as that in front of the drug l store. I The boards of pubric j instruction>:'are to ee of bile and curt..mUaria. Gt: t ru

JOB WORK and Cotton Seed.It Porter and Miss Maggie Chapman Raisins, Figs, Apple am not acquainted with thoe gentlemen, carefully estimate the coil of the stlicols Yanted--Mn of gikki .
Mrliiog ability
Keith or I should call on them and of the county for 5L-: current schclasiic
will also grind MEAL and HOMINY.For Judge officiating. Lemons someday sue
of any kind Orange, at Meacham's.Every to us thislown
remember further particulars npplv to them fur damages. year. and rate ile su1m't in mills on the; rrprrmfiit u* SIeaJtlt in .

THE TELEGRAPH. I I FOR SALE.-A half-fare ticket department io our store is dollar of the taxtibfa) twjierlv: of the county (| O to | .O a year ran lo ). -
JOSEPH THOMAS, An old liiilx thnt has the ndvitr.tugesthat within the cl.nilaJliClmcl: limiis .A.e. -
to New York via the Jesup route. full to overflowing with new goods three Addrrs-t TV'NAVI\KKR ,
Our work flrtt-clawj.. cur State Agent. From Starke $11.00 from Jackson at prices lower than I possess can see a great deal of the and five mills, and rr.ish a copy :'to assessor -
ever. Pa.tyriie .
ebargea npuonable.. : Starke, Bradford Co., Fla. *. nuaunesA tluU: is going on in your ci'y of taxes an-l t tilt a copy with tinclerk f I Phi.delphia "-
r"11IOIJE "ora Bon May ville 19.50. Inquire at this office. Truby, Sternburg & Co. and I in of the circuit .)('urt, aud the ati I lartst Clothing. and Merthint C
1-ly next letter 1 let '
P"u.: Latest styles in ladies Summer propose my tu << shall assess the vmie.: aod the cullectorsbaU I! Tailoring House in .
An
._ amateur ventriloquist in Detroit some of it be known to the public if It is coliecl. ht. >..mrntnt naai>cwcrl. ...tii4... turn...... \meriA.
Hats N. J. - -
; at Jones. -- -
thr w (-'ries- r.>f. rlicfrocc----- -,,- intn".._ -!t 8 not stopped. Being a lady, 1 do not know over the ambmintbly to the county treasurer The Rev. Dr\1x) >nc Mr. Boozy. 1

4 ANTS OF load of bay. At once the farmer Allover embroideries at much law; but I do think that some of ,-to used for the ,, it '* public lI'hf..I The dutiVs of the You t" leepevtry lime and it is
owning began to dump it into thetreet. Truby, Sternbnrg fc Co. folks will be hunting law when I Supervisor g. impossible
your ol schools ure'dftiuttl and stated for me* to do .
andre
you any good.
TRUBY The. celebrated T. II. B. cigar at tell all that I know and if I can get it a very few and simple.: "M r. Boozy-But you! are doing me good.
*
STERNBURG AND CO The electric fountain at the Paris Truby, Sternburg & Co. published I shall let it out. I don't like School day shall cldipnse not Iss than Rev. Orybo"neat It-nat you are succwliog -

exposition is composed of thirty- Tomato Catsup and Worcester 1 io hear people grumble aud find fuult all six A hours school exclusive month 'contains of all u-cesses. i The much Kev.bitter 1)ilon'i than Dr.understand Do6emup did. J
twenty days
three vertical jets and fourteen parabolic sauce at Walter Wills.A the time, but I claim superior privileges, exclusive of the first and last days of each Mr. B,-Why. i'm troubled with you.in-

-- 1- C- -- jets, comprising nearly 300 word to the wise is enough which must be respected.Tell week. r-muia. I-

spouts. buy your goods at that little short candy merchant on A school term contain* four month*.
A school
A large force of hands commenced *. Truby, Sternburg & Co. the wlnirf that I think he is as cute a, a Any county year or conttins school district two school: neglecting terms.

They want to sell work at Lake Butler last Tuesdayon Three pounds of the best New. match. Ask him if he don't want to to establish and maintniu for at least lour
you Groceries Provisions Flour I" OUUUSING
yonr the new railroad. The companyare York state Evaporated for I mutch his chances with me. I am afraidto months school in' rny year throughout -
Corn Apples look at him for fear the county shall t.) /c:. Its of .
Oats Starke proportipn !
Hay and Bran. determined to finish the road I 25 cents .at Truby, Sternburg & Co your girls the Cummon school!ud. '
within this will go off and kill themselves ft im jeal-
year. When It is made the duty of thesuperlnteiident
want
in
the
you
They want to sell you your Dry Hoods and Notions. Hardware lin anything ousy. I had a long talk with the contractor of the county school, and his subordinates -i
Gaskin Peek & Co., are puttingthe *- go to My entire Stock of
of the Macon road and he told me to take the 'Co'JI: l census every; lour
They want to sell you your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. machinery in. their new dredge i j Triiby, Sternburg & (;0. t that the city authorities of Starke were yanra, t beginning at Ih. lime for the i.cxl Summer

this week. They expect in a short : Clay and Whippoorwill seed at I 1892; pay. three ccotafier: capita Good.
not willing to the
for
time to to work to widen the '* give up city jail a The new law goes.ito effect sixty days
get
They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. outlet of the lake Truby, Sternburg & Co. I depot, so they would have ,had' to circle from the date of the rlor's approval preparatory to inventory

Baby carriages at around the town and have the depot near and signature, which ta: June 1st. 1889. and in Fall

They want to sell you your Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. Several of the merchants who Trnby, Sternburg & Co. the trestle. I am glad to see so few of which will be July 31st, 889 f putting a Stock !

..
They .want to sell You Your Hardware Tools and Building were swindled by Reeves, tile pro Furniture* at reduced prices at your people complaining of hard times necessity The boards be rtltogniu.-d of publtf,instruction as prescribed will: by of During the next Thirty Days
fessional beento
mathematician/have
Stern 60 few loafers inhabit the law.
Truby, burg & Co. your streets; I don't I
Material. Jacksonville this week looking The State / will offer my entire Stock of -4 4Summer
Walter \ViIls has believe 1 ever counted over a hundred atone superintendent will hasten
They want to dfter the gentleman.Mr. jnst received a time. the publication of'the ae1* law as much Goods CHEAPER than
sellyou fine I
your Wagons, Buggies, Agricultural Implements stock of confectionery, crackers, ail possible, and alp regulations andj distribute -I

Seeds and Fertilizers. Schwartzkopf, with his etr, Yours on the broom. i then to all scLoni officers in tach BEFORE. Any one wishing-

family, from New York, has been Great reduction in MOTHER HUBBAKD.An county; it is not contemplated to ru.nish I! .
They want to sell prices of summer each ::?-
fact you your Saddles, Harness and Whips, In visiting his parents here this week. theM s goods at Admission of IU Good Qualities. citizen with'a copy; would be too I :t BARG.\ ISS.can .
they expensIve; but an4| 'chDol citizen
want to patron or
sell Florida
considers
a trialnU.lOU yon everything you inav need. Give them L He cooler than Trjhy, Sternbmg & Co. An old line physician never recommends wishing to consult the law may do .<> certainly satisfy
will be New York in a proprietary medicine until Jlimsel
convinced summer.A he! .
that they will save upon applying either: > the rchool} board.
n .everything You buy fiid at the you money Truby, Steriiburg fc c.'. are mak. knows of its good qualities and has proved county superintendent or local during our extra .
lit same time guarantee the qua- living man with three legs, a them. A well known .ch"ull sprial sals
) and quantity of Goods ing a very attractive hr\v window. conservator of supervisor and as each local! ccliool ; '
: supervisor
living man with two mouths, and a Go and see it. the health writes: "Allow me to offer you will hold, a-c .py, each teacher days. Come and se 14 lhth

I living man turning into stone, are my experience with Catisaya Tonic. I should obtain: froin 1.1111 and study
hej er to
II I among the curiosities announced ina Ot..Jj'U' rind refreshing Lime have prescribed it in many cases of ,;en- law and each lioardlof' pi.chc}! inslfncHion i j you wan buy a bil of

Juice end) debility with marked succtss. In fact should require TRUBY New Yosk museum.D. Drops in bottles. 25 rents a 1 treait-4 a of malarial ,
cafe typhoid fever ined
STERNBURG & COMPANY in the au'ne; this would relieve the (I
bottle at Meatham's.Now with no other anti-periodic tonic or stim, work of BARGAIN
Augustus Vanderveer, who ul.mt. It many mbi: 'rUersiandings! and !/ou a something.
,! has proved all claim for _
you it: perplexities. Respeetfilly.LBIRTJ.!; .
owns! a large vineyard Manapalan, in the time to plant cow in my hl&lldll. and has been perfectly satis \ [

N. J., has put paper bags over 10-, peas. 200 bushels of clean Clay factory." CIIiILll.Tonid. : is RoldjU 50c. E; p't: Puhl. Instruction.JRUBSEM. ;I IHACKMKTACKia Look ou for Hand Bills!

STARKE 000 bunches of growing and \V aud $1 a bottle by Rivr.tts; JOI EU.
grapes .is a hippoor'\ills ':t received
ju at
--m w-- FLORIDA. insect LIPPilAN BROS.. Whol*.ate AKtuiP.bvann'ti ::1,

"'1 protection against{ Truby, Sternburg t Co. :; GJ. great perfume. 1'1'i.e. *ii tasting and :-,.)I..a&f.and j J. 0. AL V ARES.l :


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f' That's all right.. ; she'll understand Newspaper; ritid.m. Instead of feeling tired and J worn out, in- GOLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1378. Read Carts! wrT

,and ,pains, wouldn't yon
tead rf aches BAHER CO.SBroaat
or4(!;joltn'y' 1 I it" be said.I It Is W-- rather feel fresh and atrong' If yoU.con. W. &
a privilege
every newspaper .
ut had a sore finger, and 1 carried the serves to Itself to criticise, adversely if tlnue feeling miserable and goed.for.uOth cent, cheaper i
r' ,, r blame for C Cocoa
!; have only yourself De 8uw t
note out bidden the ,
In
l. Jished Every rag wrapped needs be, for the public's benefit, anythingin Browns 188'
If: .".."Il""'*'. Iron Bitters will surely: cure JOT.
I
,
around the I went to which the Is interested.It tbaflhiybcdi.
,. 1M digit. straight public deeply It ia a certaIn cure for dyspepsia, indigestion __ p14" !
k .. :i.tb. ....:&. ? Clio put the paper in the hands of the is tne custom of H. H. Warner&Co., ,malaria, weakness, kidney lung and v .- a. n'bobt"f, "ftnIcjut. &
../of ',;:_) r proprietors of the renowned Kidney and heart affections. Try it if you ae.ire to be Q.
/k ,
_
.:;..J : ....... ,_ bank officers and detectives, and after and and experience(; Mi1 Ifo Chemicals ship pa .NA.3' '
robust strong,
_+.' _. Liver Cure, better known as "Warner'sSafe healthy
> UN working over the cipher for three dayswe Cure" to flood the ,country and especially ts remarkable curative qualities. I4 an ue l 10 It vd' E' i

'. t. were no wiser'than at first. The the with medical ... III! IIkfl _. .r.. MJ 01 '
... post-offlces
pamphlet
I .. L He cune to me day after day. w MAomfHRT is driving out hand labor a\ Li II I I I ma mixe wil sth w".
.- ._ .j, \Vben Jiiy no longer was my ty:2i.t address was: "Mrs. Ann Walsh, Chicago *. The writer has taken the liberty to last in the nail-working trade in Eaglwd. (0 0 r,and Iero ttt m :

lie came unbidden and Ill.." and on the<< second day after examine one of these marvelous little The machines have bad a monopoly of the 1 enCmlJ.eemIIg'./., f e

t:_ .r4ar. '" And to my life. sweet comfort our arrival at Chicago a woman dressedin books, and finds food for criticism, but before business m.this country. for manyycars. .t-iigiicij'. !.deliioU Span nlo DCD C.mU'
A'4 : indulging in it, will give our readers aoajMM
ANlY
f T? Ills word. were few yet each to mourning called at the ladles' win- some quotations therefrom, from the high A )EDICTS prepared, for the general pub w and well.dminblj.forperaoniin k 1 i II JIV.
Wat fall of wondrous sympathy; dow and We lic should contain nothing hurtful any .
for the
.. : inquired name. eat medical authorities which we believe Croccrt MIMP"
i. Sold by
While I erher vMi
,
1' ever on nil gentle face medicine is I
dose. Such a .
1 v'-; There beamed for me Loves followed her to a saloon and restauranton worthy of o sideration. Under the head Antidote for Malaria; it Shallenberger'sI I fa .,Dorchester,Masa.
; J Slate and discovered of"No Distinctive Symptoms Apparent," harm BA& CaUrrn to tk)
,J street that she as water puts out fire, and is just as .

4'2'...!, t 1 H *fc:',, ",*. He Still would all unconscious become of me was a my part- kept house up-stairs, while her son a we First find-:More adults are carried off in this less. Sold by Druggists.. BEST STEEL' Woven Wire Fencing a Owapsst.'CATARRH .' I

'1.'J: So much ot ielf-to prove, << young man of about twenty-five, ran ;1
C I )." In country by chronic kidney disease than by Lxss beer and cigarettes and more study WIRE Wlre Rope Selvage \'.
hour

"t' .,: every a gracious need. the business below. The place was any other one malady except consumption. would be a good change for college student d (

J, NV' Until,one day, suddenly looked upon by the Chicago poiice as -Thompson. *. At"H r Cold In 'be Head. :,
The angel of sad ministry Second Deaths from such diseases are ;Ferer, .M ecata.
.
suspicious and with their aid a search IF you are tired taking the large old fashioned J
; With J>Descended my door and said<< ", warrant was procured and a search increasing at the rate of 250' per cent .a griping pills, try Carter's Little Liver xwyctT WA.1'z'
: t faltering tones '
'f : "Thy decade. an't t .
-Edwards. Pills and take some comfort. A man
V made. In a tin box in an old trunk in Third-Bright's Disease has stand everything.One pill a dose. Try them cC '
[ t -, Jtead! dmdt And should I no no symptoms Work
-:# Tout voice, or see the face so the garret we found the securities of its own, and may long exist without the Awhiecfurallron ,
; r,.. Or feel that presence through stolen from the bank at Clio. Jordan knowledge of the patient or practitioner as EVERY thing is smooth sailing,with ns .".
My inmost being made well? will be felt the their when vje have no difficulty ia raising the _
was Hatch's right name was Billy Walsh no pain in kidneys or :
b wind
vicinity.-Roberts. i k&* BOo TO $2 PER ROD D. t' CHICKASAW IRON WOEIC
;. For now amid my tears and loss. and the woman was his mother and the dealirl p BANDIT*co.
All UMtnd'wldthf.Catni to match Sold by Ua or JOHN ii.
: .... When all my joy was turned to his brother. Both Fourth-In the fatal cases-and most COHSUMPTIO5 may bett'voidedbythe timely tat ,line of onds. KKI6HT MID. Information frye. ea lXlTHUrAP.A.,rTI>.*r KY.PUn.
.' i 4- Aye in that hour of new-made young man claimed cases have hitherto been fatal-the symp- use of Hale' Honey of Horehound and Tar TUK HeMCM.ET WOVCV WIRE FEXliE COJV.rth .. : .__..
Market aad 0.1.H 8U, Chlras,IlL
L Y When no one tame to my relief entire ignorance of the securities toms of diseased kidneys will first appearin Pike's Tootache Drops cure in one minute. .R&2 THIS P&Pi&...r 5JIs Ti. n-KO-TUI wi

proving that Billy had tho run of the extremely different organs of the bodyas .a DT.I j ? CU

;k. Recalling I realized too all the well-at last- house when home and that he had stated above.-Thompson. PITTSBURGH has the largest axe factory; 5TONWAGON t 0.""Cl"J_-IL:
happy past. :
f Fifth-Only when the disease has reachedits in the world. It turns out 3,000 axes per .. (THIS *** ..
How much of life he to J
1' my own was every opportunity bring home and day.
;' Who never more would come to I final and fatal stages may the usual SCALES rornrrrrroia.
,
conceal stuff. It
14,d -George N. Lovejoy, in Leslie ;: I was not until after symptoms of albumen and tube casts appear Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac .. Ill .s,I ATNTS BOOK T.TItJrVI4.FRIl.I :
.. their acquittal that we found the keyto in the water, and will great pain rack Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it.25c .. ..s Lav. .

I : A CONVICT'S ; the cipher. The note then read: t.he diseased nrimti "Put the in Sixth-Bright's Di5We--'wh: h usually IT is great social mistake to think that : '
safe
,
swag a place atonce. ups iosu p DOE AU Sd .DI._
the best aud fish "in the swim.)* ..7.lta
., Don't reply to this." has three stages of development, is a universal largest are r.Prl_ .t .p NSIONS tZ1disabIadpef.StC.b .
.. '. .
*) OF BI
1 now It Was Wormod Out disease in England and Ameri a- U4 < serters relieved I
Hatch had .,l.Mll,*, '.,
promised me a thousand HAMTONauTJ I.
SrOUtCI 1a ,
Roberts .
p and Edwards.: tftua ran pans,, -
by a Dotcctivo. dollars, but he did not mean I should Thompson is authority fot saying that Awards. and GOLD '::.J D .

., get it. Mother and son both knew he more adults are carried off in this country S Medals Everywhere.In $I-' AND DOAKDPA.t'

7 The Latter Went to Statft was in prison, but were afraid to visit by kidney disease than any other malady utt's Pills PORCH ASINO SAAV P 5A ,*commision
DULL A EDI't
INSIST .
except consumption. Under Warner's TIT J.rk.I IS.. 5
earth P.
Great
a Stank him for fear of being of having 61 ...
suspected .
'
S .APla .
"Safe Cure" article T. "I
bery-How lie Sue on Consumption, we s
the S
securities. SawacoUlanIC
t. ceedecl. find a paragraph claiming to be a quotationfrom Simonds .AMPU.'11.
t Upon leaving prison the men were a publication issued by Brompton Hoe J. If. ATHET,.;prominent: draffffiat I NANZA to AGENTS I .. "
of Holly Springs. BIi.s...ays: "Your the mill, or buy dir 6EO. A. SCOTT sew' CU i
j;.. tried for murder and robbery. They pita for Consumptives London, England, pills are doing wonders in this atate. I *.* .** I I- ,
It was tho invariable & admitted the robbery but denied the which states that 53 per cent.of the patientsof SIMONDS MFC. CO., : TOSS A DAY. Sample ff.ll :
that institution have The sale ofTutt's Pills exceed MASS. CHICAUO, FREE. Linn not
night \y0lchman of the murder. unsuspected kidney FITCHBUR. l Uer hor'tut. Wttl*
They explained that they disorder. Dr. Herman Brehmer TI ..I. 1't. _ 5&WSTI&S&YZTT HOL.tO
eminent -
.
... Mechanics1 Bank at Clio to knocked on the bank doors and told German authority also ,that an Con- those of all others combined.They FRANCES r WILURD'S NewF.o4kOwREAnY kv>*:THIS PAYER n-j a=>.i.mw.A. .
says .. GL1MP8ES.fFI1T a
J the front doors and raise Peter that his wife was dying. In his sumption is always due to deficient nutrition are peculiarly adapted to mala* Autobiography anil history of W C.T.U. N. K. F. 1239.

.I at half-past noven o'clock confusion he opened the door and both of the lungs, because of bad blood. rial dilleatles. Our phj slcians all prescribe rEAR, bforo isfed; 10,0arantee Pg3io.. :
/ In;;. Hy that time all tho pushed in. and ho Medical science can no longer dispute the tbem.- .7 for soncu.. h"tral ten"I1'VVP !tcIntry.U'IVVCD.1dr.fUITJ4CU.:1 I .whE., WRITING TO U A\'RIIJa. P
as back t uw
and the 0L staggered fact that the kidneys arc the principal blood SOLD EVERYWHERE. Strtet. ttuL4..111 1.1 fLU. J t .IA' 7011 .du.A I.
open streets full ...
he fell
and hit "
--.. his head on the tile M-MAXIIBU VAPtil "'/"t** "Ap
purifying of the human Office 44 Street New York. .
From half-nosl seven to eight organs system, and Murray ,
floor. It
had been
so long since the if
they are diseased and thus fail to
f T V ., and dusted and the bolls had murder and their lawyer made such a. the uric acid poison or tho waste matter expel of // Made -- -.-

/T truck tho latter hour when plausible theory that they were ac- the blood as the blood passes through these

officials began to arrive. quitted of murder though doubtless two great organs: the "Safe Cure" claim is '

watchman went home the correct, and the reasoning of its proprietor : Mother _
guilty and sent for fifteen Strong
years apieceon holds __ _4- m
good. ., ____ -
dobcd and at nine /
tho bank \ the other -
charge.-N. Y. Sun. There is no doubt but that in too many instances -

t for buwinens.: -.. S the medical fraternity doctor for \\\li ry mother nas been -- -

J One September morning: COURT FESTIVITItS. symptoms, instead of striking at the root using PAINE'S CELERY 1

teller and two of tho clerks of the disease, and that under this form of COMPOUND for nervous _._

t find tho heavy front doors How. They Are Conducted In the Mikado' i treatment many patients die. It prostration, accompanied _- TOMAU
_
n.'ter, the waicnman, naa Palace at Toklo. we cannot, however,see the necessity of D/ melachola
The grounds and outside of the Ko- continually flooding the country with these etc.. ad It has done aerious BhLsj
j service nine years, and this advertising medical books, when their ... .. her world of good. i _ _
fiit.1" time he had overslept kumeikwan were liko fairyland with once! well told in enough for the time being.story It Is a the only medicine # ___________________________ MX VOUft OftOCER KMCCW

Tim grocer Oil one side and Japanese lanterns hung among the People as a rule, now.a-days. go to their .- that strengthens :;_ BRAND

man on the other had trees, gas;: transparencies on the frontof newspaper for information and we believe I the nerves.' SODJL SALEHATUJ.,

bank doors at a quarter to the building and electric light per- such truths as wo have instanced could be G. n. BEERS, .- AMUTELY PUKE.'

vading it alL Everywhere masses of proclaimed therein more advantageously to Orblsonla, .' .- --
not
receiving any response, : l the public and much 1 .',
more ra.MIamlnmy64thyear.
I cl chrysanthemums beneficially to theroprietors. -
tain that 8omethlng out of the ] Emperor's flowp .

m urrcl1. There wore nine er; over the doors and window were : I

entered tho hank as the c gigantic ones formed of a great;: number A GOOD average of character is better several ways-could not aTebenamlcU, I 4 I
than a lower level of character; but a good no courage, low seep apptit.
of blossoms; in an alcove at the spirit
lucked
the
doors.
The average of character is Palne's Celery
never reached by a and felt relief from
'--i' jet boon raised when we foot of the stair-case there was a quaint man who is satisfied with a good average. the third day after using<. I now have a good

;. ,. robber.Rnd little shed lighted by primitive lanterns Only the man who persistently strives to bet appetite and can sleep well. My spirits and
I murder had courage are almost like those of a young man."
?:' ) .r When we got the full light with a display of chrysanthemums a a high level of conduct will reach the S C. KihkAii, I). D., Gonzales. La.Paine's .
"jL in pots-just such little showas plane;of the average well-doer. An averages Worth their Weight in Gold
: r, ]'ck>r lying on his back on a made by the balance between the
Blips
can be seen in the evening in tho I 1i
outbido of the railing. Ho '1 and the successes. The slips will come of

dressed and had boon street or in a temple compound. themselves. The successes are a result of Celery CompoundStrengthens '
k The Empress has effort. He who alms no higher than Dr Morse's Indian :Cure.ofi GraveL
\r- back of the hea.dj; and tho lately created a an aver- .
It :, ; crushed in the skull. The : order, the Order of the Crown, for age. will be sure to fall below it-& a and builds up the old. and cures .F fR--For rears CIU'PANoln.N.CJaly21 1" !
Times. telrmdrtC Rheumatism, Indigestion and .J after trjin* the,best doctors in
'%_a cold showing that death had members of the imperial family. I saw .. uervowles Yeld quickly to the curative power Root Pills. wi.hou;receiving an) benefit.I tried J 'blllolV
;. two of them for the first time B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). Pe's Ceer Compund ti..liau RODI 1M11 with the result
,,). Homo hours before. the other utftr man. completely cured. I would no* M
1 .A an evening. As the If you try this remedy you will say as A Perfect Tonlo end Invigorator, It Lrp VU\them; they are the beat Pill I Termed.
it
is
) Further investigation: name implies a others Tour*.etc.. VTM.JACiaojr.W .
,Jt. .' .' : < many have said that it is the BEST CIVES NEW LIFE. Dr. Morse's Indian
:.... the door of tho vault had been \ crown of brilliants a lovely ornament blood purifier and tonic. Write Blood Ol am now CYClr old and have tried several .

) ; : '-.. and blown open and that the with a broad gold-colored moire:rfb- Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for book of con rmedie but : any effect until I used ( -'-' Alter 25 Year

'.. been robbed of or ry k'a bon. The swells all walk through the vincing. P. testimony.J. Davis, Atlanta. Ga (West End), ferent for Celery the short compound.time I have I feel used entirely I can dif .Root Pills. e n. TOMSTOCK; PUICETON.Ind..AI.t

..... cash! on band. Taking the first quadrille then retire to a reception writes: "I consider that B. B. B. has per feel walk nearly though straight there,sleep Bud and wel.It and _ _ _ _ ti'rSIKFor twenty-flTe, of the years bowel I ;ha"e 1 gave beea op
was
room adjoining the ball-room manentl cured me of rheumatism and 8 lo ad cnerg .I ; 1 was unable to stand ifoa
bonds Blocks and cash the coming Into my wholo
;j a I t SCiatica. Sl'J" Dr. Morse's I Indian 'C a compelled &..and dmy
was about $SO,000, about half where they stay during the rest of tho R. R. Saulter, Athens!'!, Ga., says: "B. B. .JJTUCB.; ClevFlandTennPSIhe's I hous housework.,tnd said In .ISSi ha your could agent cale. aim?

foil upon tho bank. evening. I sometimes think they look B. cured me of an ulcerthatfiad resistecj..j1. Celery Compound 'Is'of unequaled nvw? be tba Br the cur Dr. alke.
other treatment. _..... value to It PhIL" I decided
little bored women strengthens the ELoot Pills.lirdlat. Rot KiTe
fuse a flask of powder and a by their grandeur. I saw E. G. Tinsley, l m : regulates .and has nerves .! tho result is that I am entirely cured andnaTe
two or three ladies in ... a, Al; writes: In curing thee with _ _ to 1o my own work. All the neighbors arCuo
painful _
.. ties were lying about and the charming My mother an ':t.er had ulcerated sore silently dlseaS whlca women _ here ore your I'illa and nay that they would b .
found tho native costumes of thrat and s la: B. B. B. cured them." 8 oren suer. wijhoutthew. Vours.
wo
loaded gray
club crepe; _
I ._ r. $1 per bottle. Six for$5. At Druggist" Dr. Morse's Indian tc"CEL JO SO.
but Spondery Newman, Ga. writes
they were the u :
I dealt Peter his death blow. exception and Jrii. B. cured WILLS,RICHARDSON& Co., Burlington .
entirely me of rheumatismn Vt. t
of : DI.e..e of the Kldaeya.
_ camo to investigate as to course did not attempt t-g> my shoulders. I used six bottles." *

robbers had effected an : dance. Formerly. the 2i85ii tJf"the Chas. Reinhardt, No. 2028 Fountain DIAuou', Dyrr True to Ka-ne can EquaL and Them.Color. Root Pills.Dr. 7It.- .( UAKPRAP.Stoke.Co..N.C.JulY8,1
f dress a Street Baltimore, Md., writes: :suffered'! ,'ohmt fkKAK bin--\our Dr. Morse. ladles R.ed
every body was at bca. I oreign it much to be desired with bleeding piles two ;years, and am gladto "il lit plump and ruin have effected a mol remarkable cure. Mynifther
BABY
1H I t'" I I OUR TO. 7e suffering kidney the
*
4t only have como and "-*** say that one bottle of B. B. B. cured me." 1 "& frm dtmelle
3 door. None of the windows gone by h way of style and taste; now it J. J. Hardy Toccoa, Ga., writes: "B. B. 1 gl' LCTATED Morse's IndianRoot tinrnso p1)I'n.tnlkutep.itot so ln bujbU trip opn blr your ptU she.

4.iL I would be difficult to find a better B. is a quick cure for catarrh. Three bottles 11.li pills e.er nllb

; raised. Tho back door was dl'essedassemblage any where. Manyof cured me. 1 had been troubled several SCOTT'SEMULSION : Pills stcutteh'rne.tsejnre be had Tnly.be al of one I.perfetl box. well Wal 1

barred and tho door leading I j the wealthier ladies import their years.II I .J that)torae' 111. Ba.e net .
collar had .1. I, A. Spink Atlanta, Ga., says: "One bot e\ L .IIBOUSOS' I
not boon
tampered dresses from Paris or Berlin. I found tie of B. B. B. completely cured my child of Tosaveloctors'BhlIs .
'
f I Peter had no key to the lock I much more to interest me in the anterooms eczema.II Dr. Morse's use ,

front door. lie could open it and corridors than in the dancing "B.W.B.A.B.Pepper cured,my Fredonia mother, Ala.of ,ulcerated writes: The Best Family Indian Pill Root in use.Pills. W. H. C OM S TOe K',

/4,., inside but not from tho i room. One met diplomats and sore throat. ,

'- cushier and book-keeper. botv : I ambassadors from every European .. FOR SALE BV AL.I DEALERS.. MafiBISTOWl L T IROflIaE, OI

.
"WHIT OF PDEE COD LIVER OIL
trusted men nnd Rtockho""a court and from Asiatic too. The in creation have you got all those

had keys. Ho mu>!t.. I Chinese Minister, and his solemn- ehromos the banging in the garden for!"asked ._' I
lady 01 the house of her gardener.
-, md H of Ume& Soda
; we
hare ndml.tcdl?.U- looking suite were there in "Sure mum, tnun's out of the seed catty- Rypepophites o [ ;
'. but the fiio' - :::t of his having )<> i when I: plant'cm,so they can see fwhat kind
derod;V- I with the little black silk skull-caps. av crops they's expected toperduce. mum." Almost as Palatable as Milk.The 'Is. -
of his
fas proof I 'F
I which I think
they must sleep in they
;
d
preparation of COD I.ITEB OIL ,
he put up a job with them Rocked on the Crest of the Wares. only, tate
take them in readily and for
certainly never off public. b ten t.olete A IUD U i
_:. : r not have finished him off. The Coreans The landsman, tourist or commercial 11 It.omachs I
pharp. shrewd; fellow and are almost too curious to I traveler, speedily begins, and not only be- AWD AS A ItnirPT_FOR_( SIPIN I
j describe; they are tall fine-looking g ins, but continues!'!, to feel the extreme of SlKUHLOtSIBAL AffF.Cr1OS, ) ] GES. iL;: I \1I
they could have urged to gain human \
men with intelligent and pleasing misery during the transit across the DiILT COl'UHS AND '1IRU AV. .__
: Atlantic.
bion was beyond our fi : tempestuous But if, with wise }' and all WASTiNG DISORDEBIOVCIIILDREWLt
tectives faces. They, too, always wear a hat prescience, he has provided himself with a
were put to work on I made of black gauze. and worn over a supply of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, his in ranrTelloug In i Islu I *?
but not the slightest clew pangs arc promptly mitigated, and then 1rb ad endorsed by Uu bees 1bysicIan1 .

;. I pot for weeks. It seemed close-fitting cap of black silk. tho whole ease ero tho good ship again drops her I to r..Hmtr of the> l>y world mlt _

robbers had taken wings as secured by a string of beads usuallyamber anchor.of This n! worth knowing and thousands > end for bleton D"II"C. a'I! Ad v- -,----_-- Sr- 1-. ,
our yachtmen COTX UOWAJiWw
passed under the chin. The I summer voyagers, t Iork -- ___
: tho bank. Three months tourists and business men do know it.
dress is a delicate dove color loose .
men who were
suspected
-
":good fellows," were :: and falling straight almost to the feet. eon Wtnd 6f Lock (Co6 .) p1e --- .- ----
who forwarded -
J tl each for a "music box ----
: There ----- -
:
were English French
point two hudred miles Russian and capable of playing twenty-three tunes" received TSX WOW CVaaT TO DOW IT. ... --. '.
I- men-of-war in port and the a largo package on which sixty
and in
another State The world ought to 1 !know what S.S.S.
k ing a horse and uniforms of the officers formed a pleas cents express was charged containing done for me in the cure I I of a rnaliOTflnt 'b,
buggy. In three five-cent
: harmonicons. #
which was bad as to I I be considered incora- ;
contrast to the regulation black 8
: lag:: up this case to a -- ble by the physicians lin Chicago, where Iwenttobetteated.Jne lTT7
tion it was proved that not to mention the equallypleasant "TOTSRE is a tide in the affairs of men I I of mj neighbr Bet # :: %
they
roe a of I
addition to the ladies' part which if taken at the flood leads on to fort- copy n aherUsment I regard
ranged to do a bank in a I une." If your affairs ate at a low ebb now, S\if'B1pcfc Jot
and that tho rig had been ners.for a uniform is as much appreciat- donl fail to write to -B. F. Johnson & Co., gradually frstew Idoecs I ; the polean
and I
-. rart of the programme. One here aselsewhere: in the world. The 1009 Main that street, Richmond, Va., who have soon cured Bound and JwtlL my system It is now was tenmotittiseincel ra
of the Privy Council were resplendent plans will enable you to make money quit tak... I Ing S.S.S. an I have
men was recognized rapidly. had
as a no sign of return of the dreadful .
in our town about the time of in their gold-faced court .. Mns. AUK BOTHWIIL. .

her ', and the bank people I dresses so you can imagine that it was A YOUNG American lady went to Burmahas Au Sable,Mich., Dec. 59, '08. -

brilliant scene. The Japanese are a missionary and married the first Send for books 0 Diced Diseaaes and Cancer*, ..
isfied
that both of them had a heathen she converted. Now the Burmese : .
fond of dances and dance themin mailed free. SWIJT Sprcinc Co.>**4
square
it. They had no proofs aud I are bowling for more missionaries. TIE Drawer Atlanta. ; -%

tor would have been pencilled a manner to put us to shame. I -.-- .. G 9,1 -.

but for often wonder we make the attempt at FOR any case of nervousness, sleeplessness. -
me. weak stomach = -
,indigestion. dyspepsia,
all. I have never anywhere seen eight 4,.. ,
The loss of cash was relief is sure in Carter's Little Liver PillsHz BRADF1ELDSJTEMAIjEJ :
eleven thousand dollars. people go through the Lancers with- .. _-

five thousand dollars in Fe a blunder except perhaps at a -(loolrinjr up from big paper)-"! see 'S
dancing school. Out here it is often here that Johnny has got It." She-(interested -

longed to depositors and the ludicrous for one sees English.:: Americans _His at once")_'-Got what, William Be Cures all Diseases Peculiar to Women! .
the loss of con. '
was the bank. BOOK TO "Wmls" MAILED FBIS.BKADFIELD .
securities had been : Germans, and French or Italiansall HEtl LATOK CO., ATLA'TA a
trying to convince the others that SOLD BY ALL DntoGlYs
far and it was that "''HhIDANIEL
theory
my
his or hers is the correct .UIl-' ASLEEP '
bers had them securely I way. The Q q. ON THE RAILROAD TIM CE. .
Caledonians is very popular here, and ( flTTflPJ I A
somewhere. While little child
I could 1 GINS tired of play had
is a pretty dance.Of PRATTUUIIUII asieep. The train pillowed his head on a rail and fall
positive that either of the was almost him
the I THEY AH.-E3 TilEI and saved him from upon when a passing stranger rushed forward
not tell
can
supper :ET. a horrible death.
rested for you
stealing the horse \) Kunatanto3.il revelations per rlnlle. not You are if Perhaps you are asleep on the track too-
was the party wanted for the much, except that every delicacy in choke complete or break outflf the of GlnntmrMarhin rot!. Feeder. Cordenser ry. and appetite,and:you are neglecting the hacking cugh. hectic flush, the lossol
repair
of our citizens were so I and out of season was there-all served Cr era,.et EC1.I I'SK II LLED orrrfi, top feed upon you. growing e weknes ftd latitude, which have unconsciously crept
horizontal up,
identifying one of them in the most approved European man- bo'towplanter*. lfyouartthinkingof condensers invaluable putting to I nslduously fastens its hold V\e train wi be 'Wn you l Consumption, which thus
Supper is served a Gin *nt.,IM for crr'Rr., imd we will you all upon it virtkns while they unconscious of ia
at
f ready to chance it. The eleven. after U\ \ ab-jntlt. PKATTOINC-O..J M tf1. approach, must be taken in me, it io be a
which the 98 to ular street. MEMPHIS. Pop.. overcome. Dr. Golden
crowd-at first intense- \ 10 r TE Medic Discovery has cured cf Pier's
fered a big reward for the !Ul FAPSa'.n CMIMPORTERS __ in thousands cases of most of
rapidly, only the dancing people I time. and given a fair it wm tl mades
and
robbers and murderers OF will be ti: cue, or money
CHINA promptly re unded. a pad
deliberation with myself and remaining to enjoy a quiet turn in the \ \) CLASSAND For Weak Lungs,
partially emptied of Blood i5h6rtne83
rooms. By QUEENS't of Breath
consultations with friends one ma, Severe and Bronchitis, Asth
kindred
all Is over. and the last \ Coughs affectlocsl It an efficient
mined oh a plan. The men carriage i remedy.
and jinrickisha have Copy htl8 by Wppj.ryg
rolled \)
MZDrCAL
,: sent to prison! for three years i ; Queen. awny.London .C. ------ DIST ATQl. Pprr -
When arrested mado
they a -
ISo -L .
burglars' tools were also found nrSend roar orders for M1SOX FUCIT o $50'-0' n a incurable case.
trees \\
possession. many are being cut down ASSORTED PA"VI5; OF TINWARE J\R.pat ubO 1' propricorOf DR. SAGE" ii, the He b'.
lumbermen CATARRH .
in the forests of for WHuLKSVLE TRADE CTlLl'lc3 CT !
Georgia .
.
1 Kited --- ob
into
the -
prison and --- --- truction of
no.re, fpJJS]
an exchange thinks it is The Chief Reason for the .'throat Sometime,profw. and dsha
iot ofBood' 'atery.
one had been assigned to the likely great rnecen FRUIT TREES.VIZfl.. Etc.. For Baie No'tIbCrcehv '. : acrid.at others
: hl'y an.l tnalol
purulent
.utrid tck.
Sarsaparilla Is found in the ; eyes weak.
the next generation will fact that: a rY J. "want : d1muly ringing
p1190 department, while the see niuct Merit: \Tlna. It ii the best blood purifier and jOO. .ln.onc even ICCU D to sell on omri55lun :/ :CII "o. Smell and throat. XPector.tion of oleI81ve i tl dett
the pine belt of that Stale. actually accompllihet all that U claimed for it. stva LI1LgY\1'.t.rom"a'"n_contrBC- *<> lT-n.sppIk'snt Address who j can.c, t, -'.: tler symptom likely taste t 0 tuILrtd.; 1'rnt and at genel. Ony a fe bra V4

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