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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS ADVERTISINC RATE A PLEA FOR THE DRUMMER. words in the ward room. The line and the clerk goes on with. tho muster, "hIE WINTE'.1 PALACE-:---- FACTS FOR FARMERS. :I .

,uftm'' 'G. CIVIL ENGINEERING _!' I.L:. ll. ""a e. Warmly press his jeweled flipper, offioers rush on deck. the Paymaster which is merely a roll call of the ship's 'hasH MeMories cit;; dart'Mo GoT.xeou' .. time '

"'. !t b 1 square.. f 1 00'I 1 ro., ZOO 00 WOO Ask him how he fares to-day; tanda by'his safe and the Surgeon officers and crew. When the clerk has Di1lng. Every you worry YOU1'.hortle :
F. ENSEY, I squares 1 501 :225 i 3 oo OOU| 10 no is oo Speak to him in accents chipper, looks to his knives. In five minutesthe finished his task he >. you shorten their lives and days of use-
j I squares. 00| 3ffli 800 1000 16 00 30 00 List' to all he has to say; reports the resultto There can no IvJger; : be any frank fulness. n-:
crvXi 2JNGcsrmma.: : ,. 14 12 squares j CO 10 00 13 00 1800 30 006600 Greet the envoy from the centers, line officers return to the wardroom the Paymaster. the Paymaster repeats gayety in this Wine*r Palace haunted .
11)11&1" 15; COJ, 20 00 2500 8000,8000, From the marts of land- with the announcement that the -Breeding sows and fattening hogs '-
: STARKE FLA.Drewml' every the clerk's message to the officerof as it must be by jiie of those formidable
Ten cents a line for the first and fire Lo. behold the drummer enters should not eat of the
line cents e country is saved once more. Drill the deck the officer of w'ich same mess; they -
for each subsequent Insertion. With his the deck repeats souvenirs impose upon
tliBate IeT<n., et.o., U. sample case in hand!
*gted with Meuraor aDd dtopatao.Terma. application Special rates for time advertisements 'apesSUBSCRIPTIONRATES follows quarters. It may be with it to the First Lieutenant, and the royal dwellings a !lugubrious physi- need different feed.-Farm* Field and
culL at tfae office. For you will not see him ever, small Stockman.
Ii per dar arms, with muskets or whatnot First Lieutenant it ,
to the
repeats Cap- In ent this
I = Some day he'll be laid away ognomy. -:Tifg| palace un- ?
I With his little yarn together One thing is assured, and that is tain. The Captain then says to the der the new reign|HI tho days :when -Probably in no respect is the coun-

fS. O. IIAYNES __ : Hidden far frbm light of day. that no seaman shall long remain in First Lieutenant: "Pipe down." This Alexander III. is olding court the try growing rich more rapidly than by

.. One year' .................................tl 00 Then If remorse e'er did your peace him will scatter, the possession of leisure. If nothing order traverses the course of the servitors of his can not forget the increase of quality by improvingstock.

j jI Eix All months............ .................... 60 And you you'll miss his give merry prin.chatter: needs to be done employment is inented. others and finally reaches the boat. the last receptionof faster Alexander II.. .
Mubsorlptions
D :E:1.W"X1C Sr.ro' advance. No discriminations must be paid favor invariably of any in When the robbing nest again. v There is painting mending, swain. He "pipes down," which means which were darkened by so;,many There is a time when it is safe to

body.Communications. all Harken, then oh merchant Croesus, washing, splicing and a dozen other that the "fuuction" is ended.-N. Y. tragedies. One in tperticular we can prune most varieties of deciduous fruit

Office rer Jcncs' Brick BIocJU Interest solicited from upon all parts matters of the of county.local To his merry little tale; more or less useful things of which a Star. sea before our eyes t'l.e if it were yes trees and that time is when the woods

Think of home-joys that be misses landsman would not dream.At On ripe and while the tree is in a dormant -
In his life upon the rail; S t- terday. Marsh 2. 1880. was,celebrated .
SECRET Think what you would do without him half past eleven the officers, who POISONED ARROWS. the twenty-fifth anniversaryof condition.If .

GEO. BAISDEN, SOCIETIES. And his grip and sample case- have had coffee and eggs some hours the accession to the throne of the you want to pay your taxes. the
What a charm there is about him. before Extract from Explorer Stanle,'. Letter
_,l Meets every Tuesday From his toes to smiling face. are served with regular breakfast to the Geographical Society. I Emancipator wbo at that memorable mortgage on the farm and prospergenerally .

fainter and Paper Hanger ; night at Odd Fellows' As it is paid for by themselvesit At Avisibba, about half between I date was to recfire the tribute of go into partnership with the
He it is that way
t |Hall. Transient broth. All the latest ever and brings the best in may be as good or bad as they Panya Falls and the Nepoko the natives -! gratitude from his people. ;Magnificent hen, the cow the hog and the horse.

STARKE, FLA. a ers cordially J. C. WILLS invited tottend. Makes you buy the very things in choose. At the same hone the ship's attacked our camp in quite a fetes had boen arranged but These are the partners which will en- ..

ALL "WORK CirAUANTEKD. Noble Grand., Calls Which you"Tom"know you'd ne'er Invest; cook solemnly approaches! the officerof resolute and determined fashion. Their .two weeks before the anniversary day. able you to make money. .

I- -, P. J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. Tells you you all the or latest"Dick"news or;"Jimmy, the deck, and presents For his examination stores of poisoned arrows they thought th0-18th of Febrnnrx; the explosion at -One of the finest apple orchardsever

If you're not In first-rate trim he samples of tho seamen's gave them every advantage and in- the Winter Palace occurred ruined all seen was mulched every three or ..
;
BUrn: & WILLS, Improved Order of Heel Men. Quickly drives away the blues. dinner. The officer with equal solemnity deed, when the poison is fresh it is those projects. anc spread mourning four years six inches deep with salt-

Osceola Tribe No. I, FloridA-Council Greet him then with welcome cheery, l tastes each dish, and mayhap most deadly. Lieutenant Stairs and and terror atou"d the sover- meadow hay. The hens were turned '

Attorneys at Law fires kindled each Wednesday's Bleep at And when his race has run, makes a hearty meaL The dinner five men were wounded by these. Lieu eign. A repetition of the at- in periodically to give it a thorough

their Wigwam, Btarke Fla. When And his at last last of yarn life he he's has weary spun consists of excelent soup, some sort tenant Stairs' wound was from an arrow tempt was announced: for the scratching over.-Rural New Yorker.In .

STARKE, FLA. Transient brothers are eordially invitedto Plant him 'neath the weeping willow- I of fresh or salt meat, two or three the poison of which was dry-it 2d of March, ancj! in the capital the spring every farmer should .'
i attend. J. O. HAY.NEB, Sachem. Sign of all that's sad and meek, vegetables, perhaps coffee and bread. smitten with nablo the
must have been panic, the of old
put on some days be- unrr'afr go through neglected rows
wilt prtetlco in all the Court 1 ia the Fourtt W. M. MKACHAM Chief of Records. With a grip-sack for a pillow The meal is served at and -
IDd Firth Judicial Circuits.ROBERT And a rock upon his cheek. noon followed fore. After three weeks or so he recovered precautions of the police*, caused j people current bushes cut out at least one-

-Emile Plckhardt, in Boston Globe by pipes and tobacco. At 1 p. strength, though the wound to believe that i was a day of, riot half of the old wood shorten Jn. ihe :

Sons of Temperance. m. the seamen are again ready for rather than of festivity. When
was not closed for months. One man 'We entered remainder, plow in a good manure.
KEITH Meets every Monday night Temperance work. More drill follows, and the afternoon these sumptions halls whefo the dust
Hall. Wu. MEACHAM, W. P. LIFE ON A MAN-OF-WAR. I received a slight puncture near the with powdered hellebore when

JAMES MILLOX Scribe.CHUltCH .is -filled up with whatevereeds wrist; he died from tetanus five days imagination saw* rt>thing but mines I the worms appear and the Increased

n to be done or can be invented.At after. Another received a puncturenear and ambuscades, a'armVas; betrayedon izo and yield of bunch and berry will ..

Attorney at Law ; | Daily Routine of Duty Upon a Yankee four o'clock the men take a slightsupper the shoulder in the muscles of the many a face. j Alexander II. appeared surprise you."h-." _:,{\

DIRECTORY. War Ship. and from five to six they arm; he died six hours later than the ; his visible'ff.tigue and emotion -Our improved modern pigs are tha .j' "7' .

STARKE, FLA. "stand by" to do whatever work is first case-of tetanus also. One was scarcely allowed him to address H few result of the infusion of Chinese and ;' f .
Church.
II. Services at Baptist 10:30 a.m. and 7 i Discipline and Ordrr the Gospel of the provided. At six the boatswain pipes wounded in the gullet-a slight puncture words to his gl1e!>ts. Prince ( ort-. Siamese blood with the pigs of England ,'. -1.1 .........-...

meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. .Prayer I Navy-Itemarkable Extent to Which down hammocks, and the men take -he died on the seventh day. I hakoff, who had *"een absent from and Ireland of one hundred "!

L. B. RHODES, M. CaLDwELL p.m.J. Pastor. the Observance of Ceremony is the hammocks from the place on deck believe one wounded in the side, died Russia for several years was seen years ago. The Chester White and

Sunday School meet every Sunday CarrIed-Every Act Ter- where they have been airing all day at night the same day. Tetanus ended there for the last time. The old companions Poland-Chinas of this country are not

morning at 10:30. formed by Rule. long. Pipes, music and yarn spinning he sufferings of all. of the I Hnvneror, witnesses thoroughbred in the strict sense of the ,

Attorney Law T. E. Btr6, Superintendent. follow until nine o'clock when We were much exercised as to what twenty-five years deviously of the t term; that is, they do not always reproduce .
all lights in the forecastle are extinguished this prodigal hopes that had greeted his
The instant it is officially announced poison might bo that was so their ancestors. The Poland- u

STARKE, FLA. Presbyterian Churtli. bat a United States man-of-war is and tho men are supposed to deadly. On returning from the Nyanzao accession to the throne] looked with- hina is the best one for the practical
ordered -
have
turned in. After that all must be out throu K the vail of
relieve courage the
the f
Edward
Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. into commission is rear column, under armer.- Burnett. ,
R. B. MATTICE Pastor. a pennant run quiet Major Barttelot, halted present sadness oupn their master ...;
uo to the mast-head, and this bit of we at Avis- -By looking around over the farm
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.mITIetbodldt bunting never comes down until the. At ten o'clock the ship's corporal i bba, and, rummaging among the huts. grown old. smitten physically and many little remnants of seed and graincan

A. L. SCOTT, M.D., L. C. HULL, Supt. vessel!' is temporarily I enters the wardroom, or officers': quarf several packages of dried red morally by so many blows:: a prisoner bo put aside for the use of the
or permanentlyretired et's, and, turning out tho lights, i n this palace which VhreatenC-d to fall
tI says: al'en or pismires. It then -
UTE FROM, JUCBIOjW.RIJiQG from active ervice. So was we poultry; the seed from the sorghum 'l
Church. the flies the longas o'clock! gentlemen." He then knew that, ihe dried bodies of these i n ruins over his KeJ.: The ilIu'trious s talks, the shattered corn gathered up
pennant
rAyaiQ Services every Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. and be patroled by an officer quarterdeckmust in uni asks each officer whether he wishes g round into powder, cooked in palm Chancelor in th' decline. of age from the floor of the corn-crib before

: i n Sgcci; 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday form. This vigilance is relaxed permission to keep a light for sometime oil, and smeared over the wooden and success betrayf by his strengthas he new crop is housed and the trashy

and Thursday at 7:30. never longer in his room. An extension points of the arrows, the well as by his pleas, leaned painw
was mixed
deadly with dust and chaff left
;:-"'". TERMS REASONABLE.OCoe G. D. TURNER, Pastor. fll. night i hostile or day, .whether the ship is sailing of two hours may be granted. irritant I by which we lost so many fine fully on a console in ihe salon of Peter on the granary floor when the last bag
waters in
t at Gasidns' Drug Store. Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. to war time or tied The corporal reports the wishes of tho men with such terrible suffering. Now the Great, in the mst: of that court has been carried to mill are all good )( "t",.
CHARLES RICHARD a yard wharf ia of J
rJ. Supt. navy a period
officers to the where absence .
obsolute For oflicer of the deck, the we wonder that we have been so longn had n ade him for so food for feathered treasures. _. ,' '
peace. Iwenty-four yearsthe officer of the deck reports them to the i the dark for could long a time a strerfer. A {presentiment P
we create
United States any -There is but one secret in 'J.rt
TATE POWELL M.D. have been at ; preserv
peace orderly the orderly reports them to number of poisons from such of an inevitab; : raisfoijtuno;; oppressed .
insectsas
"
Christian Church.: with themselves and all the world, ing- eggs and that is to keep them in a t .tt'j
yet
: the Captain, and the if all hearts jd ..'
Captain, ho approve we have The black t hovej ed over .
After an experience of twenty years I in the Acts xl., 26; Acts xxvi., 2$; I. Peter 1'1',16- I in all that time there has not been an \ seen. large ant, all this cool place the nearer forty degrees .
I practice of bis protes'ion. has no hesitancy instant says'cry good. The orderly for instance, whose bite causes a great august POJBP and cir um- above zero tho better but not '
Services each Lord's day at 3 night or day, when the officerof stance. over w jy -
p.m. to the officer of J i r
the deck
says
In promising the latent und most scientific : "Very blister would be still more '
venomous
Ireatnaent to those O. P. YOUNG, Pastor. the deck has not kept watch on everyahip sir the One after Ilarch ixty degrees. Thes' eggs should be -/. ,
Biking hisFerricei. good, ; officer of the deck says prepared in the same the small year 1J3. lj31, ..
way; turned three '
Call to the untiy promptly attended Sunday School each Lord's day at3: p.m. in commission. Discipline, order, to the corporal: "Very good," and the would there was a fresh mev ting in his ..pal two or times a weck.1 ;-
Diseases of females and children jrey caterpillars make another Eggs from hens not in with
a cleanliness company
specialty. precedence, are the in
C. J. DENTON, Supt. gospelof corporal to each officer who has ace presence of tlo bleeding body
Office at City Drug Store, or at bia reM the United States men-of-.var. says rritant, which, mixed with the blood, cocks will keep twice as long as those ** i J :
that
asked had been brottdhl] in from
for -
extension
dance, East Starke. an : "Very good would torture to death neighboring ;
a man the No
Here ; that are fertile. packing material
lies
a ship in commission "
,
sir. street. The ..nfnrgettable'vi
This
occurs threo hundred and : : 1lflI4
bloated inch I fJ-
spiders in
OFFICIAL" DlllKCTOltY.City moored at a navy-yard wharf. Stepon sixt '-fi\"e times in each an length, sion of that afternoon is stilt present is necessary. Simply lay them on racks
ordinary year which covered '
P. J. MELD, board and see how all is done. An and three hundred and sixty-six timesin are with prickles most i n the minds of the foungest of the and keep them cool.
to the touch
Offlcera.Mayor painful would form another '
orderly halts you, learns your business dancers when ball -Those who contemplate poultry 1.
leap No officer dares to a c Us them to tho ,
L. jear. keep
Witkovskl.
Brick rl 1 Uun'i: : \ ui! r PlulmSTARKE Aldermen- -W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner and permits you to pass the gang-plank. his light burning after ten o'clock which terrible make one compound shudder, tho to think effects of.of palace. They see onr.e more the terror raising should aim to add fruit grow'
It is nine o'clock in the morningThe and desolation ing.j and when laying off the yards add
George E. Pace, L. D.\V all, S.F.Gardiner. without the corporal's "Very good, 'J hese poisons are prepared in the oJieae vast rooms;
Cle'rk-B. E. Alvarez. fires! in the cook's galley have been si ir.." woods. In he courtiers watch l.. for the! doctors a little jnore to their cost by giving '"
FLA. lighted since 2:30, and it is the depths of the forest the two yards to each house so as to have
Treasurer Walter Wills. nearly four The story of naval red tape would makes his fire and to give them news pf the agony;>the
Marsbal-E. D. Wall. hourb since the drum and fife soundedthe savage prepares .the immense all liftck witlj changeable yards, for upon the double r
fill volume and
a square people
ALL TVOKIt iJUAHANTKED. Box itPEEK a very amusing volf venom which low ;
Assessor-T. \V. Sweat. reveille that brought all hands on ume it would be to the civilian. Dick- lays even the the stupor of the crowd waitfiig with yard system depends the success of the ,,
huge elephant. It is
forbidden to cookt
I deck. At this sound the fruit and hen combination. The two t
seamen awake, ns' fixed on the baberial
circumlocution ancLird
e office was expeditious eyes ;
& FRAZEE near a village. In the forest he
County Officer. dress lash up their hammocks and compared with the conduct of the smears his and finally the sign ofHhe CTOSB wliich pursuits are really adjuncts to each ,
arrows,
County Judge-W. F. Malphus. make ready for bread and coffee. United States ua\' '. Hoary customs having coveredhe passed over all thee tes.rfull] visjiges other. While using the room on the .
with
points fresh leaves lest
Attorncs) at Law and Notaries Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. Then, after a short season of smoking that have long outlived their usefulness himself be victim he when the standard fclV down via ilag- ground for the hens remember the old
might a he is
Sheriff-H. W. Epperson.Tax ready maxim that the in the air l
"ground
t i the men "turn to" and wash down are continued apparently for no f'or itafi, announcing that'the, dn ma was up

STAIKPl{ BRADFORD: CO. FLA. Asseaer! E.Wainright.Tax the decks. All is done at the boatwain's better reason than that they were war. :nero The habitual quests: of"the. palace ( costs nothing." as one roof will cover ft
I <
Collector-M. M. Hale. could write a book almost the
.
upon number of floors. Rural Home. .
s whistle. Two hundred stoutseamen once Trifles who passed trtr th winter : any y.
necessary. are magnifiedinto .
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. various species of bees found in this '
Abstracts pf Title and Real Estate Law with hose and what not months of 1881 and hOard 4. '
;
County Surveyor-W. H. Edwards, C.3. can things of moment, and there are a brest region, and several books mightbe on iwo occasions '.
.!ppecmlty.Abstracts make a ship's deck clean, but. for hundred the dull e> ,osion 61 d SELECTING MEATS.
furi lRhc Mortgage, I/en Tax taIe. Judgment Attachment I). B. Knight E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinhole a time, extremely uncomfortable. may bring down a reprimand mite: retain in their, ears that. begetting Some Valuable Information for % -
of
curious insects Young
and alt matters of public record and file we have seen. What : -
affecting Title of Real Estate in Bradford Iter, M. V. Smith. While\ this operation goes on the imperturbable or court-martial. The rules of the with the bees of all kinds, the anguish, and ,more than one Inexperienced Uoaseke p m. .

ounty Florida up to date of Abstract. I officer of the deck, in rubber precedence are cast iron, and no European wasps latch themselves Hseing for it boween The first thing that is to be done Iso
the various
II kinds of tacks
gnats, etc.,
!State Officers. It I boots, or, shocking to say, sometimes court is more jealous of etiquettethan lives have been made & two bars of 1rraltz.-"Vicomte I t divide the beef into the hind and 4
our miserable
Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville. t in bare feet, keeps up hisceascless is the American navy. The commander just as Eugene Melchior de 4* Vogue, in Har fore-quarters. The hind-quarter contains .

HEADQUARTERS FOR Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, tramp. At 7:30 the sq ue of a man-of-war no longer has as they could well be. We were per's Magazine. 4 the finest and most expensivecuts
prepared to encounter the most ferocious f
Craw fordv S r
'm %xBTta3: gees long-handed boards with rubber power of life and death over his subordinates but HAUNTING Df.-: D-BEAiS. of meat. Here are found the
the
cannibals Central
Lamar African :
; Attorney.Geuerl1lWilliam <
jn- strips on the lower edge, though it is less than a generation ". sirloin the tenderloin the rump and -i c
ticello. forest
Representing the Llrerpool and London now opened up for the first time Boston'
are applied to the decks and the ''Vaterdisappears. Debtors Purtue by Counterfeit .
since the son of a Cabinet officer the round. The cheapest portions of k
and Globe Company. Treasurer-F. J. Fous! Macclenney. contains some horrors within its Corpse In (Grave-Clothe ;
w- At eight o'clock the sea- was hanged to the yardarm after the hind-quarters are the shin and the f
Commissioner of Agriculture B. gloomy bosom that we were not pre The courts here dtc ded a day orLwo
men have their breakfast of oatmeal
a drumhead court martial. The flank. '
Wotnbwell. Captain for. that the law could "' L
pared ago not permi I t
L.; C. HULL, Comptroller-General D. Barnes. sausage and coffee. or perhaps of is still a tremendous personage. lIe a local collecting bureau to persecute In the fore-quarter are the ribs, the

.. Adjutant-UeneraI-David Long, Cedar hominy, canned meat and chocolate. l lives alone in quarters that are com- LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM. delinquent debtors bj sending after shoulder the shin, the rattle round .. .

Contractor and Builder Keys. Jack is'ery well fed and the witticism modius and sumptuous compared with them agents in and brisket The ribs are the top of ..

Superintendent: of Public Instruction- hat "one man's canned meat is another those of his subordinate officers. lIe How Mint the Ue Sweet'Man Hopes Were Blastedby burlesque grave-clothe-s.gotten up as The corpses notion: tho back nearest to the loin-join it, '
or Her Choice.
"
Albert Russell, Jacksonville.ITnlted man's poison, inspired by the I j is surrounded ceremonious '
by observ- in fact when the animal is whole. -
STARK, FLA. Miss De Sveeto you like pearls! was not only ingenious but humorous
1 horrors of the British commissariat in ance. Ho has a boat's!: crew at his beckto Mr. Nicefellow do not care for as well conveying a oheerful suggestion The first five ribs are what are y

Plant and allocations furnished on shcrltetioe. State Officers. the Crimea. has not been applied to the carry him whither he will, whetheron of called the "prime" ribs; these are used
pursuing the ad-beat
separate pearls they are too tame butI : evn to

Carpenter work solicited aid S. C. Tucker Gainesville. food of the United States man-of-war's ; ; '
Register- business.
His for steaks.
public or private roasts or The next are the ..
admire them in clusters. the tomb. But some of the victims! did I
rows or
tromptly attended
to. Receiver-Z. T. Crawford, Gainesville. At this hour the colors Ir
man. are deck is sacred
quarter a precinct, so five chuck ribs lying between the
Hand-madeibrlok for talc eltbeo the kill Surveyor-General B. Bloxham, Tal Miss De S-So do L If there is anything not enjoy being foil: owed around by r
.Mirered at the depot.J tahassee. : hoisted; that is, if it be a week day the that no officer :save those on duty ther I love, it is a pearl necklace. imitation cadavers.. and so the business prime ribs and the neck; tho meat is of

United States flag is sent up to the dares to loiter upon its surface. His a liner quality than on the "prime"ribs
'-- SENATORS. large pearls, you know. Pa gave me was put a stop to. .
gaff, or if it be Sunday or a holiday the represetative. the officer of the although they are used for the
Hon. Samuel Pasco, Monticello. one some years ago, but although it is Imagine how unpleasant it must.
J J. W HICKS Hon. Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville.REPRESENTATIVES. Union Jack is displayed at the bow. deck though he be a mere very handsome, I do not care much for have been to be called In by a personof same purposes.
At 8:30 the men have finished breakfast receives the salute of *. The
ensign, every sea- it, because the pearls are rather small. cadaverous demeano,. attired i>i a neck is used for beef teas forstews j:' .
First District-Hon. R. H. M. Davidson, and at 9:15 they are ready forwork. and office in It :
man theship. has not costume and for boiling. Below the rib
Mr. :X-OV! Small pearls shouldbe becomingly"combining' in its
Quincy. At this hour the "sick call" been guessed what would cuts the side of the animal
happen running along
in a necklace. Only the largest make-up a suggestioniof the shroud I
;CIT! Second District-Hon. Chas. Dougherty, sounds and those who unwell ,isitthe put :1"
BARBER Port are should any one smoke on a quarterdeck size are worthy of such display. Form with the front half A v dress-suit and is the rattle round; this is used '
Orange. .
surgeon in the ick bay" or ship'shospital ; and so much is the spot' held in part, I much prefer diamond neck. the usual accompaiftm of dickey, for corning. The under part of the
a tiny space"ell up in the, that officer called the brisket -c
awe an passing touches I laces. shirt-cuffs and ready-uade satin tie animal's body is .

-AND- eye of the ship. his hat, even though neither the Cap. Miss De S-Aren't they lovely! Thypure such as the average undertakerconsiders and this is also used for corning. 6'

PATENTS. By this time the "uniform of the tain nor the officer of the deck is in I white diamonds especially.Mr. essential *o what he The shoulder is used for steaks and

Hair Dresser. day" has been announced to the offi.I sight. N.-Yes. It's a pity, though would call a refined $ntleman's ap corning though the less said about the"

I cers. It may be any one of One of the oldest examples of formalities the colored diamonds are out of I pearance in the c6ffi,!. This is an tenderness: of shoulder-steak tho better. -

OPEI IT ALL TIMES. dozen outfits, and there is a disposition t and red tape is given at quarterson fashion; but I think they are coming eight condition of mari, ai he Appears The skin, both in the front and

Ihlp to accuse the powers that be of order. the first Sunday of the month. when back. I saw a necklace to-day with in public for the lasttime before his the back is used for soup and souII'J

In Call St., Just East of Railroad FRANKLIN B. HOUGH ing white duck on cold days in the the muster takes place. Every one every tenth diamond colored and the final relegation to the tomb which stock.

Will north and blue cloth in the tropics. to that The back the middle and the face
comes quarters morning in full I
CODIta.UtIy kt-ep on hand ft full effect was wonderfully brilliant. Itwas t Shakespeare forgot to j>dd as a P. S. to
be of the j I The Captain decides the uniform dress. When silence has pieces but the mid-
Bowing goods"for sal : SOLICITOR OF upon been com at Biffany's; quite cheap too. By r his "Seven Ages. Atid to the above are good roasting

..,.. -... Dandruff Cure to cense the hair. of the day unless his ship be in the manded the First Lieutenant informsthe the way will you marry me? description of.this ae* style! of collector dle cut is the most economical, as it is

Ie maID of Roses for the face to remove presence Q! an Admiral, in which case Captain, through the orderly, that' Miss De S.-Oh! This &c sudden! if you please, a countenance free from bone and has not a scrap of f.
sunburn, tan freckles and sinoothe tbV the uniform is signaled from the flag the officers and waste on it.
.kID. A AriCin F rig Pitetl crew are ready to mus Yes. my love. I will. artificially whitened* a voico that -
eonitantlj full on line hand of Razors and Hone LD ,! ship to all the other vessels lying in ter. The Captain then comes on deck Miss De S. (half an hour later- appeals for cash in tonis suggestive of In the hind-quarter come the first

;old razors repaired. the and bids the First Lieutenant roasts and steaks and well the
J. same port. read the Clara Nubbins next door. is engaged, the sepulcher. The;: vm have a picture as ju-
W. HICKS. Odd stories are told to illustrate the articles ciest meats for making beef tea meat .
.. Oi war. Thereupon the First of visitor whorl ,
a would
__ Stark>, Fla.LGRN 925 F street, Near U. S. Patent Office.VVAS1NGTON. too; but I think her lover bhownd you not
of discipline in the matter of I Lieutenant reads in his beef la mode beef. -
a
rigidity loude&t voice shocking taste in the selection of herring feel it agreeable to receive in your pies. or potted

D. CAll dress. Should an officer present himself the said articles with their dreadful it is so big and clumsy; and. besides business or to find !rfating! .: your doorbell Sirloin. of course gives the very -
WHITB above the gangplank clad with]: fulminations choicest roasts and steaks next comes
against drunkenness at all hours of the ;
it seems sort of brazen. It is si* daj, especi2.l1ywhen'the
the slightest deviation from the uniform gambling, profane swearing, treason large diamonds set with, pearls. nature of hjs mission has the rump; this is cut in three parts.

of the day he would be instantlyordered : and other like crimes. He also reads Mr. N.-For an engagementringthere become generally recognized from his The tenderloin has the most tender

I. business b lore the fnited States Patent below by the officer of the such general orders as may have come is nothing neater thai>> plain extraordinary get-up. Undeniably, meat, but it la neither so joicy nor so p

Office attended to for moderate tree. Patents deck. The hat, the tie to the The read well flavored other portions that
wrong wrong Navy Department. the found i as
Eggs for Hatching procured in the United States and all foreign gold. Biffany has them for a dollar.X. .- corpse system was to work:
countries. TR.\DF. MARKS! AMI LABSI.S regis: or a single button out of place would 1 ing finished, he reports that the Y. Weekly. admirably and man; unfortunates are not so tender, and it is not nearly

tered. Rejected applications revived and procure this reprimand. orders have been published. At p. hitherto regarded as' veil-nigh hopeless so nutritious as portions that require

ONE prosecuted. Information and advice 'as to At 9:15 the decks are cleared for this the Captain says to the First Lieu -The meanest man in England I is paid up to escapf being hauntedin much cooking. The sirloin comes -
DOLLAR FOR 131 I
obtaining charge.Patents cheerfully furnished without "quarters," and at 9:30 the call is I tenant: "Then go on with the mat said to live in the town of Woodbridge.Some this public and doltiully ludicrous; next In tenderness and delicacy.

sounded for that interesting performance. I- ter." The First Lieutenant says in turn I one was about to present his manner. But compliant was made These cost more than any other cuts, -
Rend Sketch Mood ( free opinion
ftlte Leghorns (Kn p's Strain>)> ar tbprofitalito ; a. To patentability.or or "Quarters" is simply the assembling to the officer of the deck: "(Jo on with :. daughter \vith a sealskin sacque, but that it was technicQjtolackmail, and but there is less nutritive value than is

-- packed variety aDd d..hertd for Florida.at Express Eagl"refuHr Copies of Patents furmshea for 23 oenU of all on board at their the muster.! The officer of the deck. he refused to let her accept it, on the thus it is that the dea
V 8fflc at above price. Addrj ach. Correspondcuce united. proper posts. When the sound to says to tho Paymaster: "Go on v.ith ground that it would cost too much to I. no longer followfjdf about by collectors the cost of the meat seems to be in an

O. C KNOT.tiy quarters is heard there is a scurryinginto the mu>ter." The Paymaster says to.. buy camphor to keep the moths from fresh from I Hades.-Bos too inverse ratio to its real food value.-_ *.

\ gzju&nd. cou'jt/, Horii: uniforms and a buckling on of f his clerk; "Go on with the muster" ,1 I it durioa::: the summer. I Letter. Sally Joy White in Wide Awake.
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::1. BJADFORU COUNTY, IELEGRJkPII.. I -010'CIRCUIT n.OHIPA.COURT 13RADFORP, 'TII JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT SEWNfiOBTATCOS ST

: I 'ENwIC5 N. KILLAM A81umpsft by suit ofS .
'frunLI ; I LECTURE FOR HUSBANDS' 'ON VII. } or attacbmeDt.
; HEOWJ"F.KJ.YAT-- A
I T lltKED1t411f' KD l'OU\TY. t1.o1 JDA.. THPUGHTS ON NATVIJE'S AND MAN'SI 1 I." ", J. H. GREGORY. Sum sworn to, $150, With s :Tiew of giving up my present business, I Intend to -
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t1'-, I.CWEDB.- : .i.I WAYS 'bF.DOhNG","iT.' a .. tfOM. ?' DUTIfS.- .'' SYWOMAN.Cnurtesfr's ,..*. pirzon.IntereSte'l The df'endant. J.ate I. Gregory' 'ereb DOtIW and aD or other the el1 out JD1 entire stoek 01 nI JlT, .}};

'. EdItor and Proprietor. ; commsncemPflt of a suit in the above cause Jqattachwent. .
t 'J u That Mean SossethugTi.1 .. and are hereby requited CO ipes'aAd J
'i The I.at ID the niioits 01 aturTrIItn "'eU declaration IIItdthjreln r
cad or demur to the
)ZJ ."tiL\sf..nPT'ON fl.OO A TEAR. Rfl'lpJ"DCAI-The llead .r Ute -p r
Ar In AuuItt. A. D. 188i.
-Papa Neyer DI4 Any- by. the 1st 31c..nd11Y .AT :
.
\ VIJO
r ,.A :" '- floueehold I. onea Too Esehul.e Its III.c.nductWhy the sane WaIn; the 5th day ot said month and a AT
k .; .tl.-i ',.ding to jet of CtJO.relJ Z!t thin. VroI-MorILL1ng din prngpyFnur i Rule day of this enurt or judgment will be taken -

t ", 1M. Pod .9"r", Fla., Q' &concl .'erlNI Thlnp In Nailire.j Not De Soetabi. at Home' against him by dt'tault. tao t WILLS 4 A !t- S

"y' cJ/tuJI Mat fer. One cami &eo1tl'IQt pick up a paper Q rnIsCe1laneou I A prU 13, 1889. Atry for rl'tf1f.
I' .., j flow ltUIuy beautiful ideas are framed moo reading without coming acrc advice I hereby certify that the foregoing 18 correct
f. --- -- of the IlUlguage and n.Jat all nwut from somewhere t "i i the major part of their coPY of the original notice ot commencement ofiuit .
I6ooJ..illg over the opiflion4 II to vem to tipeild I i., the above entitled cause now on file In my
I up tbl' i4ream of time. Why did 80me one I Ic1i Cxii4eflt? ill M4YIIZ to retaiq their hUfitan4s' oftkc.I .

l Mate ppert, the gel1l'rt1 cntimt'lItCm8 I the thin !lam w at paper which make up love on.1 1fhu\rution.\ Unqueltionably this is I Witnpss my hand and seal cr otnce this 13tb COST MOST

( to be 1I1"t Senator Clll "!lOuMbe a book. ht'aicJ Inrlecd It was a pretty I might, fllj! no guoJ wife with a good baD4 day( of April. A. 1). 1889.SEALI W. T. WEUS, ,

S rdie'pd of hi laborious oluti. 'I thouht. for bow like the leaves .th cy ar.Whit. but will fin.1 it her I\uJlteme delight as weD Clk] Clrcvlt Court.Notjce .

: frnftih' l''rishahll.t. and nowadays U duty, tu daily str ogtheq; the sweet cords 1 .
and apcth't. :mllu'\\'er n11n lut i k kip1 I that bill.1 timotti t.-o1her. nut there are other for IubJication. 4
r there a. 1tlIJIO, a. many ot olle kind ctheothor : ;
,
i 5idOli t'l tl1. ,.Li''II- hadowy, gloomy sides .
.t" OrVICK G.dIllESVILLE, Fr-a., l
] ]' liDw 4KIP'DWDER LAND .AT t
for
.ec ilt Y anet as
j I I !pa" "" :
-.- i .I -and il t''llr.1 th..o wives who are consigned June 21st. 18A9. r S 1
; and style' Ih..ro are allw 1 n many In books the ".OTICE Is hereby given that the following-
80m'bet
i ttl'wpJ' perennially gray, )
I IA1abnna
:ha1JY'!. FIori'a 1 be aflfle'elI f.o settler bas filed notice of his Intention
on Lht" trt"hut ar" there any 50 "Ittyi named
:& $4 lin'i tl..ir 11'.1 and masters make for
of his clalmu aDd For the next \
: ? i" thc .q\1c8tiun that JI ;i and \\of If )"UU Will LIIalitt a study of the. them that I IlUn uoJlltlled to MY II1Y _)'. 11'make aid flna1 proof proof wI' be In support made bfofore Register and THirty'Days !

IU\\'e\-lhlt IS. tlla boul or flatul'-YOU will Meet him at the 400r with it imUe and a :'. at Gaihesville. Fla.. on August 16. 18H9.vlz .
I itating the minci of : geat, mup': j jof 1 IIIetI they are 1II&r\'eloutJ. \ell written up" kiiS'l-t tat ban 014. eaqtituJ aid sensible : Danhq1 1 I.,.l'hillip". of Lakf'tlide. Io'lorida. H. 0. wSLAN'KEN'"BURG.

the statt 11tI'J'rsV l' I I I And y"u "ill nut On,1 out hat la not HAnsUatEit of that wlf. In this coun- E. o.l.ti.1. ( .rtiieSWX of NW.I aDd NWJ of .
1 ) t14y mott II piece 8dyi! every s\v Sec 36 Tp 'i S Range 24 E. He toames the
Florida i jj I wIth fillC'r art than even adorns the try ought to he encouraged and able to carry f..lIt1win witu..s.'t'1 to prove biscoptlnuoul rell1.1'nce -
.No. r
I._ ('mphati a1Jy, a rl'tt.1 f I (1ISgGI ur our art boola See bow well cut out troD the ry depths of betS beart; but, Absolutely Pure. upon anl1 cultivation Of *.aId laud1 .1.: A. E. MO : -

4 ; state; it cannot: afford tn lJ ai\.jJpli., ,. are III" anti enAlIIl'leJ, which it better I, aia that only the husbands who are In the J. W. Batten., tilt of LakesIde J. W. Moore, Jo'lorlJa.O. W.Wiley.ThomuHixon I TT7I

"In there Strength." 1t I IIIti thin sI1Jud. Itue one hu Mid if we could minority 1OierV.W1SIF.a1NG 'l'hi" powder n"r aries, A In H\'el I S. O. 'tcua, Regfllter. I .
Unity 18 Ih'e.. $t..ng as M ,thulelab we should not be UIDANDS' or pnriltttrellth allil wb"Ic.cHlel"s : t

fltU'K tngt.1 her. II I IL .ble 10 find out all lhent i is to be learned BupJlJ a I call TIIZ upon hundreds SALt, aye, More ci'oUl.p.I 1 than the. onan\ry: : 1-- Notice for lul);\ication. STARKE: : : J (C4z.. STREET) :. FLdEIDA. .

hesoltf'n I itinll _, ,, ,.
kind and -
I from a single rose leaf. That l is more than !. calm'mt .llIp. .J-L.-Lr.rL-L'5I.J-'J.J--5'-"-'-- - !
In midst to witne18 it
thousands, pf wives our I 14.4X0 OFFICE .AT GJ.ISESYILI.E. Fu', 1
lcP.,w.tll murierr at Cait.awbcn. w. can say of our book laavca, although 1mow I do not draw pfcture theyrecognise all too I with tho p'ultitnd& 'If I.w.tpt,"I';h"ll I Juoe .t.1SS9. l} rro my Patrons and the general Pnblic I would efpfctuly: an 1 '
alum of cr-, .unce
l.h08pll: ,
,'zne that eeem to be nearly as 1:0'1 weight, p. I ,"OTICE is hereby given that the rollowlng"med 5.
been and down aU
]) "f ClaarttSton] has lJ'inIcq'littt'lt. rote 103, readily-tbc wit has up Sold only In can" Itn.1 hl iIdiig l'v- 4" I t"tllt'r has tiled Dotic of his intention that I am still at my old stand, ready > serve my cnstorn on short
'ea.I..EA .1 night with the croupy baby, while its father der Co.. JOG Wall- '.. X V.g toiziake- al proof in support or hili claim, and
This was a most iru4i1rnurthr \"EI Jf Oit LfltS.'Wull. lay conmf&'rith1y 1LIi1 p. WeU.tko this wife, S that i'Ltid proof will hi' m'\de before Judge of the not.lce. As heretofore3 I shali In the futun use mJ beat ellc1enors to turnout j
wo1 ," said John. 8.:1 we sat doWQ f Circuit Court.orIn t.is absence. Clerk or CircuIt
and sholl1ci have been pi.1thed 1. the breakfast table thlll nllJrnmg "we must who, after the night' w.xioty,toe of reat and ''ollrt at Stark.-. Fla.,on July 6th. 1889.via: Silasii. good work at a low figure, I solicit tJfQ attention of those in need uf IOarX'j.agss
21 fatigue, bat to get u and prepare breakfast., STORE JOhIl8. of Lake Butler FB.. H. E. No. 1tl-J8. f
hy death. There, was no donitor alt turn over new leaves today.. ITis au attend tQ all her qmal 4utiee with Itp splitting DRUG for the NE3 Sec 26 Tp4 S Iange 19 E. .

dAn old saying rather," 1 answered, but tell me headache, au.'mc4 by 5leepn-n.aDd coiao- He IlaJ1lts the following wILI.eases. to prove his 1 ,
McDow! guilt, aii he made a why we shouLd turn a leaf today more than of the stomach tW utterly c"nlinunu, resiLIence upon. and cultivation o1.

ioufession. The jury 111 this 3s\C any other day" "Truly I do not know," quent loathes trriablLtty tho Ides of even toast "nd coftee J.said 11.111111 Yillillg( viz and: William John AlfordalloLake Nt-tUes P. J. Butler Shaw., Btig ., ,

I 1Onld ]have been "owbhh.d. ; Mid John. "I IOpposs if one lives rtgbtly while her handsome, well dressed, wall I I Florida.A es.w : .

: I there b enough in each day to fill a Ief With ted husband IoeI off for the day with a I I ny perltlJn who desires to protest against the goD.S
rood things and then one nay turn It over allOWllllt'e orl'uch prltof. or who knows of any
"Well I'n take au'ttot Think 8n.d Car
otTo unelfl"
S
lIuhs'3t1tial under
the law s
reason and regWatpn
It I p; frcqtlcnt.l)' stated hy parties, I In the 1II0nlln. But if It be Lad tbeD ODe ,
1e feeiwuch like him with of mite Interior
you, mil mooting Iepartrueat why such proof or any other sty e of .:
; "hob3"c opportunity to knew hind better tear it out altogether. "Only, a bright, cheerful, 1 smile aD a kimwhenbecomuestaperbpS4btU IIlwuld not be allowed will be given an ol'ponunII.r -
every t 1. "one cannot d\J that and there boar later at the above Iuemtloned time and place to
that tarkc ilt tl1" live1ipltt. town hn likC. l.t'"ttUline the witnesses of said c16f.matlt,
wher the s tails ror we can pick 0"
than u..ua1, with his greetIng: "HAYeD' you I tt I'T..r c'j.lence In rebuttal oCthat.ubmftled by : ; !
the 4. C. & P. railroad. Our b'i-' I the troos It "onn eaten leaf, but in the Ute had dinner yeti What did yoq wait for me ; d.Ul1I\lIt 8. C.TrCatER. VEaICLES.
book it uu"t Et:1y forever.II "It fa curtolll," Regiattr.rot1re .
tor' You kl\Q1' I dtret Dg you wait. "
ness men are )lire and progl't'Hl'ii't. mill JohD, that one can never forget Only -
1 wisl, I eodd get the eel of the po
They are hard working md detLr- last night In 4 dream, t recallltl events tothe masculine puLHc Cor just a little while guL4 IT. 14s GS1IN for PubUca.tion.Tuum Plows Harrows Cultivators to order r

utinct ut1nuti. that j have not thought it that It would OmcE OAL"'E ,
4 whisper into perhaps buqwte ptm.ii: IN !' : FLA..l ,
mined t'cd. tarke i is
t to SUC( ill1 Q. in my waking hours for tweQty year and as well I If the "usllanda took a IIttl. more June 1st. 1889.'V r .
ofright&ncl i I cannot now possibly Ly force of purpose Drugs & Mcdicinetlrke OTICE is hc'reby givv'.n that the toIloWi'.g-
I another winter will eeI. tiring it back 80 fuUy and cloo.rly. But I did pains to tetlUit their wlvee' respect and atr'eotiou. .LS' lcds..ltler has11lPd notice ofbbJ intention And other Farming Juiplenients.. t
Accordinc t.u the inevitable law of to m3kf" tin'll proof ill support or biM claim. and
.. her booming way ahelrJ. : ". U 1D my ainp and shall no doubt do it agaiq.f1l&t nature a "OID&D cannot be happy unless I i luH aid proof will be made h..fortv W.T. Weeks REPAIRING Vehicles I

i \ a terrible thing it would bo to live fo love bet 6I1throJuw her "J.rt t.r l'il'cuit C"urt at ta.rke. Fla.. on July .of Agdcwltnral PJeruets, Tool" 3aericry! .

The aldermen of the city o.r Staie ever in a Lat dr6lU11-ncn'er wake up, but her IIOlQcbody and lets her know, in unmistakable crowns language Ph3' idil1lS' Presriptionsk41cfu4 : lh.1I'it9.iz. Fla.. H. E.l'o.: William 14M,J.for NettleK.ot the EJi of I.tke sw..Buthr. See-.: .1U1, Fisto1 (etc, made neatly antl-t.ttonglyby! ex.erteneetIVorkmezi .

are in a most _iWbIe position, TJ.7ey neVl'f ceAStt to dream on-rt.'C8.lliog and rbearting th weh JI the caso. I ban heard 26 TpI I" Range 19 E. Only. th bl" ruateria US ll.s
Q. Coziiniijrded tit all lWI'J''t
the evil one has done. "Of I love wlta. What f1t lie I 1,1111111':the fllli tag witnesses to prove kill A I
;- 3 bave n "01. of Jaws and 'ct they s.ay "But papa" wd Ned "yoa have never men MY: course my 7'Us !/ t l'oltiuu' residence upon. and cultl'ation of.
) do you take me for-a brute! Well, DO; not said lsnd. VI7.: : HORSE SHOEING according t -:Selentiftc 4'rineIp1e.L .JB J

they cann.t enforce them, tiat tn.I done ftuytllin had you Imow-50 wbat'. the e za'Uy such a detestable thing, Of that delicate joilIs; 11. Johns, or Lake Butler.. Via.I ; _
Ube of teiking about itf' Now, John, Jr'l ID. MINEP :
; II.J I I"ha.w.
little wife of never would I
o bcl"Ule yours .
I Ie' a 1 1l"8on c11008CS to (Jiey the lies great faith in me, but red has boundleAI J. II. Viriiig. .
But is
have marred! there
tt'lle1DW"u.Ut4
you. a a.
faith In his fatbor. The blessed Innocents J.hu Alford, G.ARDINER PlACE I
I Itint
bw it will go hy dcrault Come .ttn you and that quadruped In I S. C. Tl'ultiR trn
lam glad it is so; for if not lle ould be : .
the tact 11at brutm nev'ie speak their feel- Fegiater.Notice. ,
I gentlemen, this state of affair IS a deHer to us who IiC9 and know our fault& S ; 1
I z1, Of what use tQ 1UU is a gold mine In I
1)ad. Either make laws that von 80 I iaid. "Y, John I think we will aU AustraU3 oredlazuond fleI4IBiMIIIf the .
Arl.KE Bradford
$ Ccunt
turn over new loa.ved It is the nIDt Florida r
looay. richt'i 0; tim are not quaredt Where fa I HomS David L. Ah'arl.'a. ; trator of ,
; c.m enforce, or quit the bl1 i'1'' ss. day of spring and nature I Is 1ready I1t work :I the lt:1 ur reason of your 10.DA', your wife "T thc f.lateof'l1. F. Bi'owiiiateot llitidfordCOIIDty.
IDA with her new leaves. She will no turn Ihelll Slate uf Florida dPCeased. has filed In

great deilbabcei said in our over only but will make them outright and I.I it bet you, you nl d.I1't er sla love] it her, or look it you 1"-or do act oooe i1l Iu of my estate oliice\ht'sl'a suge'tion are thert-fore of the to IlIsol"et notify all ot persons asJd ACE

Q.lun1Ds the Jg them high, and fill them up as they I Igt'UW t hese things; for It there is Q truoraphorisni I. huleling claims agelnat Mid P't ue. to file the REAL ESTATE TS. I
on question
liquor bypartiei And thlll we must DOt forget that 8& t har that "murdotr\cll oat," it ill that love ::::u I m1ffiT J J: "!'W" Iii lilY onke..nlly autntlcated, on or by t
the Second day of Jauu4ry A. D. 114110. ,vhlch .
who profess to know wlat soon as leaves begin to get large enough forth on
'.tuuh.t lJJ t"OnoeaWd. day there ,vi1I be made-a probate dIstribution of
they nr saying. Staterueut hive wind to turn them over, there will aho 1 aID wtfl tiwara of the argument 1D. favor. WATCHMAIaji < I tliaitsets .1 said Cilar.o, among the credItors of
be b1oozns, and wtth bloeons sweetness thf' ""n.e.WillIC'ss.
heer tuade that liquor was Eoldi in and wholesomeness." Aud there will be of the .tenM' lieXtb,4thoy ,are AU day ex" -\'xn- my hand and seal this May 24th. A. I
i potted to .tllt'; frictiun uf bu..mess and, wien .. 11 I-4.! W11. F. elAu'nrRs
ORANGE
truit also in due time added John "It I GROVES
,
almost "cry ).Ice or U8incs1 in ; thing do.not interfera. So I suppose our new night COlli''. they ought to 00 received into a: :. ..iI .I'I1' [EEAI.l 4'tuioNOtiI4fOF Count Jud& ,

I town. We an not prepared to e4er leaves must not be quite like book leaves but qUIet JY.IOC'8Cul. happy boms, where they STARKE. FLA.

like leaves. But there is may doll bUppen and smoking jackot and 'pt'Cil\llI.ttpn <)1I h ell to vep.iEifl' Waft'It'1 Publication.
more apple
: into the discussion, hut can truthfully great read or doze on the librArY lounge until bed L CIOCk' and Jewelry, &'., .s.C'. All work LiOD': IMPROVED fARM -I
difference In fruit& ,
atrcasonsble fur ec'li.THAT LAND Of'JI'ICE J.r OAJ'ilWivn.u. FL.A. ,
Very i09d But your wife Is all day pi ('ff .
state that having had an ol a.lIion roT III TilE rmLD8 A1\'I1 ftBZ8T. -- May 15, !. 1 r .
ubjected $0. olUGthing tar than the <
worm "TOTTH"E Is hereby given that the followlng.i. S
-
But 1 do like
not
:k hot )long ago to require a sU.iall the old Hannah More moralhing because, especla1ly there 0 contact with business Annoyances anti that FIGHT lJame.l settler lisp: filed notice or his mten- LANDE
: : sort tsDO Is the monotonous cUllles rou.t.ln. of dom.tic tint to nak-final proof in support or his claim. -WILD
-
; quantity at.oholic! liquor, it vas find to it nny more thao here is to a spi-I p 111I.1 lllt oi proof will he IIll\dl' hl'fore .W. 'toW.ks.
dtll''a web, so I proposed that we finish OUf drudgery, which, borne keeper, home The Orlgnal! Wins. clerk of he l"ircwt court.at Statt Jla.. .
a :1 matter of impossibility to ohf I lover LluLt heis, Wt"tU'S and lean un the lienaitii811UrU c. 01 July 1th.: 1t-:1 I. viz: Sanipeon 31. l"lIn'er. ofI.ak laud-
0fLtnz and out and nature at her F. Simmons. St. lOOOOOO Acres or to tbe I'LOHIDA
# go see wor Loiig PrOP'I belougiug
I. Hullt"r. Fla. H. E. N o. 1291. for Lot 3 e.1M
$. any in Stuke, :md only by sending; What can b.e finer than a spring .r th.t.t Is I a way few men appl1CiaUl. M.A.Simmons Liver e'icinc,E.t'diSo 1'(1 t S Rau.e 21) E. Hi' nam..s the following

'r to Jaobonnl1e"<) any be bad full ot premonition and preliminaries It was When evening coam". the babies are asleep II.ZciLW.l'r..p.r. !It the U. S.J\Curt.q.Simnillns DEFP'ATS Liv.Cr J.. WIlIl" !,.r l t.).;on'hi.-.i cOlltinuou" re..i.enl"e upon SOtTHEltN hAlLWAY co., distributed throughout the tttat". and

'itbcr as a Ian gift or bypurchsc.i oat yet May by any means but it was a May !I he wan1lla little exhilarating change, some- 1iegii.ttr, LLii ty: Zt.il'\1:63. I anti,. C'ulli\"llli11I. of. tmld lan l, vz: W. H. dI
al..I" M. N.
.J\1. Th..n.lU Roberts and II. E.
1il. dAy-.ott and warm-but above all unutter-I tblng rather more er'll"V05Oent than the !1. J\IODICJt$11O S. 1.. M. IL!$ riM 47' 3C5ctcJ I Slvl"s.ail"r Lake Butl r. Via.S. e xtemliug southward from the outh boundary of Georgia to 'o.rt tiarrell. ij
I pIeaiue llf i't'Elliug alone in the same rooaa..he BIL1OSNRS
On JlI&t TburSlhl.Y. says the )tnnlitl1o ably quIe Did it ever occur to you that on s has oorup1c..od aU day wat.chiQSt the hand- VYSl'1I"5IASICK fiEADW2ILOz.7 -- -_. ,-.- -. TlTKER, Register. i ij2OO in Monroe county.. t
same days Nature herself is Ustenioi-per. A'I'ETITSOl'\ ST0MAjI LTC.
( CI\&A'iftilioli. thelc two in t'WII !
'0 were men some f..Atur'b of hc-r rCC\uuLcnt lord, or immerl 41 Hev. T 13. R.lft1s. 1':110ltC. Uen-ard.
a ." who had be'en nD a live mouth 'g lor ups trying w hea'her own pulse beat The Iii tho columns.ot u ntwspaperOi Church,Ad.r.u'ft'II3., writes: "i E.a Liberal Ternzsand: Special In'ucements C e oJfl'r.rl t j
elms and lIOn maples were .\ rp\f\nl 'f Two lIun.JrpcI Dolarsll) be
,, bUdt thrnttgh Ihi state. In cODvcrsaiou! shaking out tb.e think 1 should hav.cl.n ,Ic.ld b"t paid
.c) 'jlh of infinite plenitude ot blClliSOlnS and the Eng-I TUE :3TLT MONLiET.New. C fllr j 'ur G'Dlinc :r. A. Sim. lu' the I'e"una' of lkltllrlrlll\.r the ajretirniu.arreuel .
one them he "Lid that they 9taied ;
wllkb .h\11 it Let The husband I.on. Liver Medicine. I have 1\1101 c.'Hidiou )1 the person or peJ'lIDnllw BONA FIDE SEI1LERS. t
.1' (row clloI8. G4.. in a haUeliu. (mlIieStiwinnt l1sh elms looked as it covered with a grcnt I i Ii1Cort "r the \i&s1 1 CI tell you the to- gRnLc $omdirr.cs h&J to abstitut (', lIrd1 t'11 (it'orge Huff noel I John Ruff In aL4.tiofl S
'' rh''r. to 8hellllo.und. in tVV crop ot I wish these trees would turnover I ,' 5'Tit) :o.lin's i'tux"fur.-.u, {cCi I Inll", (Pit Lh, F. l." r. R. R. about Vi 1
lulL 11.U1 be the tourvinJ If the 6tCctt.
I 1 ,. 0\11I'1.' F 1'IrihL. a distance of nbC'uI OU a end new foremost.leaf. for they begin the yer I awl, ae hi'II the IItront'r physically, azutgeta ,. Ccmq5 ell" Cii'.e rurrc.DpLt but." it don'tmswcr the IlIIile.i ,It.rlh night$ of(1 1iaiijItn..'\1,1" 1:1'h. 19.?ill: radJ'orc1 e.nmuity, I I 8)0,00i .teres of Willianisauil fxaun':4 In.1JcJ RDtl llEutf ot
.
iniIt \\lleu they amved ul Sbrll Mu und wrung plenty or air aud o.ercIse. too chances W'cnino ( Dr.J. 1:. Grave:. riio: T : c)T're.l aUtI pulllioh''I1.. by. .rI"r I the tseid t'.r I t
th'J' mlllt; n yo1 of OZtfl and 1\ tt. They ripen a vast crop of seeds and fling i uu.\n'tl and nloety-aine out a thoustu1l ;../r.I, MeiphisTec,,. S'1JS; I. ('"'HI ...'I.'UIIII. ". .I'' 4 1i.tudfcd Couuy. f I. I I :ani'IA.Suaituitututie-unImutIr lSidts of tl.1. Flu.r"a R.tiluAy snll a\"la-
bind pu'll1g, the balkan in the QArt. them down over all the lawns. and wI I re'vcd! a r.fkt cf your Live, l'i.llI. JIlIIt' &1. \. lJ. l t. .I ::1f
they &urn'l that t""rll'lt lIl" eldest child
II in 11& .
teentthve .. } A TOt)!).
11.
c le, I .. I I :
;ne-lCC.I iit1ff t.oR
met they Are and Ine.y Co"s line of Railroa.l
.lllrl11 Ilirnugh the couPiry, 8Iop.in sprouting pringing will bo a. CtJt.tJy monument 1 some m.i- It works,.:. .harII". I .v 4:. Ie II:.t: Cbtii utau. )twe"ll Feruxti.au_ uU tlall.:1C.ttc. cQastut
1.\ ,
over ight at in flf"arch of :heAtor. nook and corner, and outIJde of all the l-.t.tter Liver ltulatcr Yo' T. WF.Fb". j I
every punt kilt r tl.i"Sacrer to the ad ctrt.y -
They ium.ecied io iIling a tut2JQ. ooks I said th l to John. and he only of my t..l"V'l l .. While it Oot\'a memory-own co 10n ( Zilin's ll: t.rt i: CFk L': {...11i"!;'Ir-nit Crrk: l.'o"rt.auJ Cedar Key,, on the GiUf c.f MtXkXL J J JURAMG
answered that it 1 could have there
the largest IrinK abGuL WJ way
111 rl'rl. truth were carved on that pure white cross S /1' a'i 1..c.r.I.i ( --- .
.> OD their trip down thy tped ilL R Luse would be a funny world after awhile. Did bs Mt.-II c4 blazing gold they would ri'J I C.". c..lIIl1Ji..i.. ,r.. '
,. in LII.fIlJ'cttc county tn ( to we not cono out to turn over lea\"es and D \VIiNaiauT.rh'pyClk.. GROVS IMjROVED
b get meiliing itA 'OI'ttAIa"- life wasted; a heart disappointed I andi. FARMS
wben told &mend thlogs' To be sure! But 1 wish that
foal. they were that
they VVreI unit (ia.Ltb. hopes deiitroyedbythings. _
Jlaster's
1 going In hltve a big danoe nL the hniseatht wan would turn over a new Lear. and get rid ." I -Itu.jal Sale.I I

nigh\ and Invited them to retinunver of tbeir .arawn and coooclt. Ah, but what Yes. litti. things I know a bwabund abright. I I)V virtue "f :, d.-cree rend..r by the 'JI'I. A SPECL LTY.c
splend1.l CI'OOturt'ls they would bo after awhile Hick's Vagtabe) Ha1f Renewer.T : ) Jtuie.a )t Baker, Judge of the 4th Ju.tieIalir.11i1
did ,
and .
; they t'O at dark p'opli be- intellectual maD, who II killing his (' of tb- State of FI..ricl00 trpod eiav ot
J"n II, ctugre1e 'bcrc fr\m allIlL'Cjms U we only ,ba4 the way of it and the makin, wLfe by bili "pbUOItOpb1," be calla It, .bat.beIIi8V"r h..t pl''p"ra i"l'or I h.. hair. It:1,1 jmmetlialcly F..b"'fr A. I). 1888. In a cause lately penling Send for discrtptive pamphlet mqpsetc.

( "f t11e cU\11I1rr. "'1ry would <'orne in two- of them. f&to air upon every oocaaIoo when fn-c the I.L 1 frt.m :dl .Ia". nlff. rt'IItor I In the- Circuit "ourt of Bradford Count).. in said ,
1u-se oX-"ILrL" iud other The lilao la the finest shrub 1D the world his wife uln Lhe;hair to it 11'\lurn.1 .' ,(Iir. ayi IIr.iInee' anew Judicial Cireult. wh..rein Owen Owens wa" cornIlailiant : ,- ., -. -.- -
t WIIOfA every ltraII or dlappomtment or irotb here it liav taHiti and John I.
"lit. It will WJnn and Narcia
klnd..r I v.'hidt'1mnn ever heard ur; the It has every good quality. It cornea 10 vera r trouble. Nu matter bow keenly she feels any 'h. fnUing out If tl'.. hair ill It r"lItlJs.. if failh-stop were .I..r"n.lantt which Kl\f decree has Wynn lJePDo QULPalace i VSHi

1. Ibiti flflfl. Ihc ...1 woman all tllI chfldren early, Is loaded with blOlSOIWI I not olswt pain physical: or emotional, be Invariably fully appliE't!, anti( it will turn gray hair \0 its duly a"ilne.l, Stt over and han.fprred to Owt-n. ) : 't- tJ I : S._
'he yard d.g ndcl bUUIIIl' cat wou1ct' conic ill; bu.tbe ithilysweet; tsaseezllygrnwz I freezes her "ith his formula: "Well whAt oriKiual color. ()WCTi$,JUI'ir.r. who i8 now clutrolJillK the sanw. J oj
( tvcrv lnn u a thorn bu Of 1 like a fiowej, I IHREUTIOXS FUn( 1.as Sleecial Master appointed hy said deiree to -
or would I'SlNl.
wng.n ("Iff. they : Are yoa g..intG dG about itr' NfI'IV a byIng t"xeclltl' the provi..iOIl8 thert"Ol. wiil. 00 the 5lh '
,_ .,(11('" Kud "Il'ke'li of provuonS wilhth'm. ; that take.i to the poor people and will grow word of 'JUpathy,a kill or a e&reI8 anj lilt. Pour It few Spfo"1rlll, lifter 'hakin the (lily 0 A ug'ust. A. I). 11-089. the same being the ht

fb .nd Ib. .Kalor hunters began totllillk without extra cai-o That 1a the lilac exactly; yet he'd be insulted it you told him he didn't h.ul?. IntO I' l\it" v..swl. ttii, 'triLl II I'POIIK Monday' of said .Bonth and a public Bale day In bryGQo'dskStoresv.tui

.4 tev Wert' preparing to have a big just what the geranium i.II in potl the tHee is love h.r-neve ,'ord oolt is too bade dear moislf'n.,1 with Ihp uxnnn. ruh IhI" lp ffout Stal.\'e.of the In court house door in the town of
Brat
In our We sat down ; thoroUKhl nfl..r 'hidl I I"I.tile I'cltlp) nud hair said ford cou"ty. within legal
.,...I. 1)IflU. But soon tw.young tCllUWR' cam"wtIlklng by the greet but lill it t. unavoidable. "' I help you fairh' u'-Ilted with it. 1111 do every i4liermoroiiig hour of eeale or said day sell t the highest and
"1'. tIIC with aD old violin. thf' buabdl of purple and white Pus1&ns and bear it" L know that wits would sacrifice( or "vl'nin: until th' hair has re"umed best bidder for cash. the following described
.LIt'r "lIb ..tcbed the young tufte of Thee.er Its 1Il.turnl 1:01..1' an,1 the : l li and situatt"d I', Bradford County F1orida. toce -
1hunju.. Wbtm the crowd MW ten of her Ilf. it she could out of / no only once a Week III .W FLA.
yean get I it: The NE ( or the )
unll1 SWJ 10
them that would "' more flowers than leaves and one or the 'l'I't'tin.nrgun, hli\'C' h:1 till,. t I racoTpI. See Tp 'Z H R II'
tl'vy Lllve Ii yen fnghten her mind that cold judicial, 1U1IJDlpatbetic their(rigiuat sor an.1 ..trviigtle.Vheritthe .. coiitainl.'g 49 acres. Sale made ur satisfy
h Gt'urgill tflItLet. At dark the Labies two bunch were Just opez tone Q' voice ADd look that she will carry I \ Object is t,) rrstore. tbe c..I"r orh I t'rUJS otSaId decree.

were alt ll11L t a sleep III tne wagons, and ."rsh young grads full of creoon lia and ..h l.wr Into eternity.Wbeu color IIf till' .Whi"lprE it shoulJ Le. u'd OD(., n Roani KlttTJI.I '

lilt' d'g WILS ticil to Ih Whl l. when tb CthLr dotted with blue violets is fine eJ for tile that kusLnnd tot tllltra which be clay which Ulltil tht 3 ren.ie tneir original lllr. u't.. July 5th. 111tH. Special itaater_ omc.stic: nxt i' JJds
trnay bc
aJ.pjit..t uit-u 01' twif' a wr>.k. I ttUJ
""I.t' aiseinb'ed! al I he house nndIot lUUe They belong to enry one,, aDd often iI. and Is deprl'DIft pbyuieslly, for uis ;u. The'OIlIlg' \ith a vieiv t. Il.e prPH'\\ Ol'ICE. ry ,

!." f\IWcilig. which cnULlI1ued four days are never stinted in quantit-neitber grass Ot't iu good health, and unstrung nervous- I lion'Jr their iii'. l.illlt'r growth 1)1' cul.r Au"ulo.l In Creui! Court 4th JuiIciaI Circuit or Florida

4 11111\ nighl.11l'11 the D1\1oicin tiS would'l nor rioIet. Then O1"whead should be. tint Iyasiimotenthecaae; when his famou.a cold for a, few tiiie! apII It eery other.1:1,,1111.1 Dnllfotd! oUJIty. The State of Fbi Ida. I
: 4ut .Uu-rli (\\lao mlld: phiv tll\.Y. nile tunc) of all, apple With grass violate Ii- I then oce or twice WPl-k.. I, J. ,1. \V1ttte
," hearted \Vbat are you coinrtodoabout Itt'l This il ntt like oll14r pr"'llra.ti"tI".III..kir.: n". TI'uby, S. J. Sternbtirg'l 1 Goods Xaetr
Iultllllthc'ir 1'.I\l't". and ill that way lace and apple tre3S spring is complete everywhere. ill temJ.lOC'tU'Uy It.bat wife of his,that hair dry and br1..o.tl'. Lu.t 'na keep it IJ\Oot; : ;i & E Slrong. Merchants and I HiUme17GENT'S
,"p'' thl't"II"t' g.'IlIg Oil tinl1; Su.lurdltY.JlInl These do not need to turn over any he did glogiee.I'RICE. Sand 1'artiier ttoinor bU9oess; un- ..tcsenipit suit
never deserve sod til1iBS by dctogr ; dpr thp firm mince and sty'e by attachment
tl'l) liult" uf "nUrlo the dancer.stnki DeW 1ea\"D& by way of amef1dmcnt. They i. alll'mtle. womanly sympathy, constant ONF. 110LL.\H) I IJrut 'f Truby, :tern u and f Sun sworn to AND B 0 YS' HATS B COTS

wfluld a lair. They would geL tnt Uthrir are four ot the perfect things in B&ture.A1.ary attention, tinder ministration and .all' by I"ompaD', a $'J.i'.6S. 4ND SHOES A.ND

"aguIIs' 1111.1 tllc'f'p fer a few hours.let L I:3ptmoor 1D 1:3t. Louis G1Obe.DeICTIt.Trip.lng I v. FINE
hopeful euixuragemeut And the next time j CLQTHL.VG.I
then Ll' ieady lair twenty.fuur J.uurll J. \V. HICKS A. L. Scott. .
he rt..r.. tbd full force of Ilk gigantic m. The above name.l
dun. Stark9 Floridn. defenrlall t A. L. Scott and .
Boys for Contortloa. te1lert. end It i. her turn to reap reward U1I1ao -- aU other person intf're ted are hereby notified -- .----=---- :- ,
.100 What then u a contortionist 1D the ant xmme &ol\1O' ghost her 001 don" Qf the P.tJlQmencl"B\a of the above suit by at- \
n w.rd. SIOO.'file I. I upon Notice for I'iblication.LA.DOFFICeAT tachment. and : : \ \
place is appears that a oontort1onllt II a see what are to do about it." are hereby l't'qulred to a"pearpleat MRGANSP., : '
tf'adn per- you going \
of tta "J'tLEORAPI will bt1,1f'II"M f.r demur to declaration filed therein by'he I I jfi\!, 'vAn\A'I'-' \
& t o l."rn IhlLt there Is I.\L tenet olleelr""dPd 8QQ who baa preserved in his spine aDd In But perhaps the- wile to be mod pitied Ia I Jun.c L\lSIt.:'"JI.Li:. "L.I I .eevtntlr day el October A.D. Jt'89. the same beIng I i I : \\ !;
8. 1&9. \
dilof'Ktoie 1I.\t K"lellr8 baa been some ca&el1D hla joints the infantile condition abe wbOl husband while naeao sraallyabus- NOTICE t loJ livreby maven that the fi.Il'wiog.I i. the of fir"thiN; l\IondltY or Bait month and the rule :. '

able to eUI ill .11 ita stages, and that I Is which 1D most persona ia 1 merely tnzi&leu" lye aDd tyrannical habitUe thIng.-whotrenti I Sf'ttl"r has fllt"d notice of hh intt'n- against day Wm by Court deCaula.or judgmt'nt will be taken

5, '4 C"tl\tth. IhU'R Catarrh l'utfl i. the on.JORith'fO IIv I- This Implleli a great ibUity ofapIu. the her 0 and on u 11 she were his head servant tion 10 1II\kt" final proof 111 UI'I'lll'l of hia dal.n,, L. B. RBOJUo O. BUILDING.
cure now known the Dledi"Il' 111 all directions or without and that l.id pro'f'Will IJt' made before W. T. )- 89.
Plaintiff
+ to great powen twisting a1&lar1.1n.atead of his equal In head Wl'eks. CIrk of the Circuit Court. at tark.. rio, Attorney.
fral"rllit Catarrh being a eonsti.luU'III.,1 1. it It"also very likely that theta are and heart who petty dipoow-tesies and in.attAatlOUao rida on U..rtlst lth. 19. viz: lr.t Stllr\'i, or r I to of hereby the certify that the abate 1:1 a true 'r _
,tispase.oquIre ('ODKtltUtiOIlIlIr"'IIIf'nt. email individual 'Vorthiagton. I-10rid:1. H. E.SfJ. t'oP original notice now on tile III may ;41s.- ,
1Ics.-oO. for
many peculiarities all taTOr- familiar though they are, always th omce. WitIle's hand
; lIall' C'abtnh l.'ut't' is taken E.' lf rcw.} and W; of -al: tr .cljTp6S i my and seal 0' Court tb I
lug uncommon freedom of July3.1889.
motioo. the
U
a cause same hopeless of despair to
ill 1"1 aJlll\' puc Range 19 J. He tlIUIlt th" foll"wir witn..sev DEALERSr
4111(1 Iflueeuas. 1MII.Lg di&octty ou the bluml young boy without any uf this speclal flss chill her beart-tbil hOlbaDd who when cow.pany ., to prove litseotinuuti'e r"filtu"t" ul"m.lJ Veil SEAL \V. T. WEltatS. N
"urh'l't'l If Ih& [ ]
by dedruiiig t.y"trw.lhftrfl- should be tr&.Ded for contortion 1 think he II around la 10 sweet. and polite and tiva\ion of.said lanl. 'i7.: I L. )11.,11. 1'homns Clert. SCHOOL BOOIi:
the f'UlltllitLoU the digtllIJ would H. UlmeR )1. C. HiI..s, J. J. Dr".ks,i11!I or WCt'Iugot STATIONARY Of ALL
: probably meet with elegant and and \ X\S. -
bat AGENTS
some joldnr.
complimentary tbet.
'("", Jrh'llIlC the patient ttrength. h, iIlcoea f.U, i10rilla.It Notice for Publication.
-' ; 1'ullc1ill$ nil the constitution and a1Mt l never achieve di5tioctiOD. So far u 1 am And abet trying to forget the p&rt II..Y it'n who desites to prott'.st ag.int tho

-" S iiitturf' in d.tiug ilK W4Irk. The proprt.y ,- aware children are not educated for this words perhaps 01 the morning: -:' allownn of such pro'r. or n hu knuws or nil) LA.ND OFJI'ICIt.AT O.AIIIIE8V1LL FLA..l lu1bt

I.tr" h.mud.i. f/\llh In its t'tlrlilit'eJ"H"fr. pI'tess1on from their tendere&t yean u they Itand this &he net tiu you Invite company latilI1s fouhitnial.r tht rt"E.oolI.lnll'rilll"ulldt'r I.pai the Jaw ,itli the regu' "TOTIt'E I is hereby given'June28th.that the 1889.followingj r- iinnpSt )

I.Istp .. tlll1' tIotf r One llulldrt'QIII&r" t I are for 1'e\'era1 kinds of acrobatio perform- 1 wish to be formally consulted u 1 belie" proof should not 00 allowed w,1I trut"nt.toe why given. stii all 1 lIalllPfI settler has filed notice or tit. Intention S

., ] f.'r "UV CLUoe that It fails to cure aDcea. Their capacity makes Itself known by I run this ranch"--n 0 an her immor. oppurtuui at the above mt"lHiOIll'd time alld 1 to make final proof tn support 04 his claim, SEA-SIDE

.; "..I\.lsor liNt 01' tltifl1QiiiIt(. 4t41ltres.. I ftC.jdent from which it is fair to Infer that it tat soul, look 1.1I'feel p1eued when at tablu I pl\c. to l''O"s..t'xanllnt' the wjtre-.e. of nill I \and that, Clerk liaid oCt proof he Circuit will be made COllrt.before W. T.Veeks LIBRARY A"KJ? FINE CIGARS.

K ,. CILENEy t Co.. Tole, 0, rusL UI1 an tWAtomlca1 buia.ScZ'ihner'i.I. that man tells the guest. Mbow he enjoys the claimallt.that "ubmitl..t and t.ft'to.r clainumt.r t'\.io.l..nCtj ill rebuttal I 1 burida. un A ugust 15th, i89. vlz: Louis at Mtl\rke.F. Gay,,, --

toIJ h.\ all Urugglt-w. 75t.lirti. I I. I delightful IUrprbIw his cHar littl. wits ,I S. C. T\"CKER. Rt' ister.SlItH.iff's 0'No.Providenc-15for. Hradfol l County. Florida. H. E. UBSCRIPTIONS R
thetE.t' ofSE. CEIVED
Si) alcell. Floe cook 1m" ------- of.ec12Tp5 8 ORANYOR
lbet 1
Fetch It.'Wbat's ap tell Range 11f E. Hit names the following solicited 3\.OAZIXE. Orrico
Witne1IeS mend
1. P. Pr:11t his 1\ five colum:1 art the trouble with your asked the she beats 011 mother, and 1 .bt she was Sale. to prove hit continuous residence upon. and cub.tavatjon prompt attention given to sarne

ide' III She Glt"t'ft COV1" $pt'hllt on the 4uetor. 'Ithsoumia replied the patient. the beet cook iD the ww-1d. 1M me give 10aI I INDER and by \irtu.e ur an t'ucution: lii'Ued M. lia).of.L.sairl B. land,P.viz D.: John W. OKteen. F.: STARWE FtIL. .Tanuary 13. iH& :9

'affall ship canal route: The ur&e tak- "Can't i1e.p, etb,I" "Sot tom- bonn a nigllt." this choice bit of white meat darling shall L out of tht CiteiLit 'c.urt JI allli for Ih .hh :I "itl nO. Florida.liay, Surumers< If Pro Una

f"n1It:1I tiiikliig the I''&'imll\'r, Sllt''t'J"It "En" tried aoytbIogl" "TrIed everything: I l"Emeroa in New York Star. c..ruin Judicial cause Lmulof th..rt'ul Flori : I SrOlI1 dt'tpA'utt'f lit Lhe cxtn'lIul lie alJ DO good' 'Ever I elldin< lt"r..ju H..l\.L. L.I I allowance, of Hlch proof. lit" wIll knowlI of _
try tying to keep lvart is plaihtill amid aga.iust say
Jt'.y Juhus.1
1.
uol duuUI..lllI the 01111 of )tt. I Tommy-WL1D't kiss ilelitete11leNo sub..tatltalrt ason.un"crthe law ant the JOHN Q, ;
xieo (neirt'tdtr awwr' Patient sees hope tor h1mseJ.f in an you me, def ndaut. 1 have levied upon aud wJI; seit lations of the Interior ft'g1I ADAMS. .
Irv I). IhruuIi trestle : mAmIn. uid 1 mwn'. Ida tl the fi""t )1"D0.I4) \Ulust, .. D .n : Department why such
u.Iuu II,. uperiment that never was known to fail.f I 1-\11. b.ing the proor should not be allf\we.t. will FIVE !JUSfiCE
F. t. kilt! p. It. .. thtnt' tl1ruugh I tIieaI ., bo, au, 'OU sue! kiai mne.-Burlingwn I tore 5th day the of Court said mouth and :1 1l'lnll'ale dy 1Jl'- ,,, ol'portunit at the above mentn.>nod be time given anft al OF THE PEACE
HOU6 .
Hull f IWB'ft' hiIIl'1w. door O. So.Lid! COUhtat ;, vJact' to Cl'.S"t'x.1mbe th LBUTS. I ..
Hammock. witne"'ks It said
Stark. Florvta
CVpl'l tlWIHnJ) m,; dunn the h'hal hours of '' chugian ,
111101 oiitk Love A .,.nplt' of tb ftrst ni'iiliest flour : 1il'II to the a c. and tolrer evidence III rebuttal or
pwe till thirly.I..r lind a half wm Ugliest hidder or l.Jt"h. all the rittht that u"lni\led boy claimant fenced Ectafe
slIilu t., 11u Cuot olf antt 1iil1. ,'IJl'rc the IIncillnhlt'dTy hllprovc n mUD IIflDflllIr made hy (haP1at Milling C'napl\n! (run I title and ititereet Which the .aid 'l'rry 11. J'JL.U S S. C. flgent,
a "lid 'frvssa. .
ns'rallv: hut when the Is ill wheat I haJ 011 th" tel die) lIfpril A. 0. I ___ Register.Nttice. O CALL ST. .
"flur" 111frum 63: E III N 'iU : i..i1 of ..cl man rt'Cevt'd,! Tue IWa.. sbowno.n I thaI datt" 10 Iht' f'I1Qwin 1S89, 01' "lDce-1' 2 doom east of R. R.
R &! bl.o" and liver mrdicinf' 1I"'lwri r\ real eet.tn
l"" l:; tilClIl'C the line nina thiugIi \\ICII Cbange yest.rdy. I to-Yo'it: NEJI Ies5avreiout of SE so-;
.tIJnl will lkl' COI'Dt'r a. Estat.Botgtrtsu
fha
place of CftliclI\"n aC 3m Tp es P..a 6eoIc OD Commis-
2 E. ,
!"".I h/\nul.k 1Juurc. ge c..ntaiuilg lWacrws !
pond J.iike Ttniie. : NE'I
II
I "ontRins thne properltes which ofNW,4ScetTp6 S Rng8 ..2EOiure I IofX I I By virtue "ll", ill pursuauc&of aD order wade
-r'N\'illc. )rnge: sake Lake lx.hbwii; ;. The liMIt new wLI'/lt flour made rom : by the }HOllorBbl Collected and Paid for Non.
"t'll f' :Idir II 11aorOlIjih 1 Of Lot (two S-c 13 Tp I S Range 21 James. Ba.k..r. Jud .
:ijt1 CII Ie Iiii'*: crt+k ju"'t 1101111 ,.f :ntt.1e. ,I t' ''\l1 'Illfl imprOVpmf'nl purification of nf the crop of 1TIUI.. at tiuat. 'uhllJik-d 011 &ert'.; laACre SL. 01 S'V and iu8\V come E-20 of the l'irt'uit Court lIb Judicial Circuit of t I in good Is.Ccurelpondenc.
the .
il.t."lIl.t d.l\\n tlK' "rt't'k slid tit 'r\t Juhn" :.! the lin'r-tb" most hnpnrlaDt working of nil or. .Change to-day by tl0in.. P. Plant Mill .1 ofSWJ or Sec :( otSW'4ee2sTp6 TpC SHarge :2 E; E.'' toe rlda.tndecigiard.dated May 1hth.. Commissioner A. D. 18Ii9. appoi..tmjl-I water and 1&r BrudffH"d Soliclt.d.-
r\'rr to 1fut"ui btuclJ 011 the I\tot b..u!. avsTI ln Cn.-Il stick l"flrh .f s RngehlE--U8 arres: E.4 lIf to sell tbt- '1 tt.t7oT.
n"I'k- weet 1I'D1c"p'Ile01lnct owlllg real
fmnetinrarjes SF.J otbE, estate
; In malarial diglTtrh. I e2lTp6SRage22E-:' i 1..lQrJting tf\ the e"lao I 1 I Call ou .
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.It 1Iu' 4'At. J..bus, tl1en"e kt"t"l'llIJ UII Ih, h il 'lit" ill qUit IllIn fornU disnrder'ifl Pilnim' llrnigbl. It wit' tw of E. emmdSE.I of SE See 2J a'rt"S Tp liS'I : S. Pen)'..late \\I Clay County F1orida. ea.'iet1.1 I..OH"M -

",'uth e"f t. Atugiit li :t'. *0' U-ep Wllft., "J'.I"nt t'kI111Ine.1 by "Spt'fl' and proilOUIICtd; I R.\u"e'l E-o ItCI es. SW Ii or S W.I aIld W. f situated! Ut Bradford County, Fl1 ida. (1UR will ilJ1mediatelr!
in ) &n.llfl'-I
living such places. fur the SE.I of SWX See "i Tp Ii S s'nb a. tollll"!: the N3' o' Croup. WbU)11111g, end
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.1.lIlJcl :,,i'h 1lit Atlantic Tl', I filly to P.ange22 E-tk nu, ut Cnuarb
an
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Pt III'Ik. thi. hmad, of the lst knnWIt I crolltaluing s:. hunil'W and tifty. -E.I See 28 Tp 6 S Icauge 22 E. COllIQin-1 ;. RvgstaANDJoIg 2
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j"I/h: "I 1111. Uiie1, U4 mHt".. If ;" -St. Louis Rl'puhllC'uf :Tune l'n.n ,c.5') In' t"o :md
"hl i p ri.IIi t)1eIhiij..S I 2' l'9. r acres more or hi-s. Purhaer to one-hltlr IiCres. nanre or leu. Jill
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W llich it contllinl.i. Bj L.r tili. Said I 5tf HP.II
t..iH,' 1 1&.a14 tllllit il i4td lie if Cllro' d! ':"\\1. !I! .',.i; hnr' I' !' work ttnd "The "IIUflour for 10:111. itJlEIDERGER \' Pi,4lerty i'1ntedo&it by m'taiiuft.IL1y; : Ipn.ls III e'ituat.-cj in that portion of the tOW'D or I th cured. htJth and 8wue
'11'-1 i .uLi ,. frees the Noo.1 i W. t.trke c.11t'ol ThIlI's..II"Ii la..ds WCllrec). Lv ?Hhllnh' CAtarrh
: fIlLt "lIt I"Ull' .: ft".lI at mCf.HD.'ltv L'PIb.o ;. aN' web '
m:11rialp l''I. 11 IS i1dFlvE1tS llY 8ht'rii tJll rh1ol,11.: iilpveve'I. 1\ targ., conmodiotts Irnm .. l'riee l tO (.t'a. Nasal
Ft dw"llin5 Injector
'I o'.r.11Il.In'ille, lii ", ,if I 1 JLIS: :, ht..9. J. 1t"S..1 uLi.ujljjj.! .. with I
.. '. : ,' XntVlLtlOUlilS & JCHSt-n. I \\ /lnll 0.1..1': iI. an orr.Di'e grove Six: I:1Nr.1LS .tJoINER. 1
will
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S l.Ir.p .tA BHI( WlllIt''lk.I.II. y'.u ( wI.i ',lI,"" i ,, ., laiiLm atitl pre1ni'e. are ltalphul'N.
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grant l.prfulUt. 1'. j i'c: ::::. 10111t .'.J t:1.t.. ." I.. B. Raoou Geiger l 'on. Inl1.. says: "Both I urs self and
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COOL DRINKS Segaws BRADFORD TELEGRPH.Starke Mr. G. I. Vanmeter, of Texas, is There is opposition to the drain proarWona of 1t.1C1l1lf ofr'jfro' 114 hv rvcr Xtvulf Jfcu*>a. Health. 1st & j ,_ "' _

,., i P.rfumery&TolletArtlclck., J I C COUNTY in tbe city with a large aud band- ing of the lakes went of Starke, because mAde any effort lo I.t-.tect ihs- :uh.rs nf AX 4.C'rto proYl!J&r ttw Cppoinunent ofCflwiUlf) .;jr.ouanlfei .,, ::
pto > 0UE. = the law and iia44hui< IruUght tr account f,1 "N. .of I. I&IMltno the s.vers.i ..
llooIl
( = drove of Texas winch the of the will ; ?
D rugs & M e d.IClnes. 6 aJ1 some ponies, lowering water for it? It is as much his duty and Ixui- of the. .cati of )'orkl*. *odthJr 4ea.p-% fi.
he is for ale at reasonable make it unhealthy and also kill all tf
J offering ,
Fla.
1C'H..MS' (1. July 5, 1889. ncsa H* any other ,atdzeu's t se tht the powrr*. XJ; Ait

h s preserlptfolUla. Specialty ItJ.p.pQOMce. .8 prices. the, fish, so it is claimed.Superintendent !offenders are puni! d. If he ht-l: tnfn B4lt eAJU't.J 1:1 it.. fJUJAtura of th. SCAt. & #. "V % .3?:

: _t'RIVERS_" JOINER._ .cJ 8- : Local affairs. 'Several gallons of liquor were Hill' in contemplating as 88 b vigilant* wa ln in conntiiit dJsrurcdig this tbe Jugs law at brokers Vie depot FloridA Section: 1. Th-itTrrm o f.tU ittU.imhtMftfoi f N "T VAdrioeanduobftentof )'? rt:' 5 Q

[M.ALYARU! N. J: JONES ) S taken from the express offiec Sunday organizing a teachers' instituteat would be not hive di4plsyude more thw .,may.5* W -v-J f 4-; ;*-
; ii unknown. The good cituenship? Jirid if he had used as
A night by parties Starke before long. Thin i* a at prAcUubUf After the prvmg* ofttto e --5rf / .:i;
great attended the
p&1S. U Dealer In -cs i various many people thieves made their entrance through tep in the right direction and all much energy and Will jplelligence ia promoting point for .very count} MI flia scat* Bo&rect "Jbl lj' :
t picnics yesterday.Mr. and defending optiou as Le h.t. 11.-.ithi. c Hi latil> iKrvt ul txJjycrC'. .
the back window. teachers should take of it. r-> 3j creet ;_ 4:
& or advantage In opposing it, woi .t it not '?. 1.'re as prwftJeoJ. that hJ-.ni"t e.., J. h.
R. D. : vI County BoAnU P >
Dry Goods GENERAl MERCHANDISE : Sparkman is expected though he meant, what he IIHll wbt-n he :.
borne from The Aliases Fearing left Thursday Work OB the Macon railroad isprogressing Health now ellCac.1'a."o'f.: m.J 4re oat ttM t4EiI t*_ -
Georgia in few admitted thai it If
ei-4 a days. W as A good ihiagt of office fur which sfoOlnted.'Id.,. -- J
for a summer visit to their old homeat rapidly between Lake iSoc. b"l r. ,
Gr cenes. STARKE FJ A. I8ra" local option 15 a gO'>M thing .ntllll" I y. 2. ). .
Mr. A. G. of The p.lI,1 t M (uQu* Cooksey Worthington Roxbnry, Mass. Starke will wel- City and Lake Butler, also between it Is-It li his duty "alnell as every other DoaM .haU be iCr'dlem '
notnd'.IIlJl. wha ta
Farm of four(or U D 3 ; cJ Springs, was in the city this come the time for these most estimablE Hampton and Palatka. At the pre- good. law-abiding CI ,kn's to <*ee lust U u a.-..;t3J fttc joJa co. aud tea 10J..:.ts P DlC. _<.r;

SALE.fadDr A block'et'md 0 .IILLL.tiS g week.Will ladies to return. sent rate of progress the road will not violated with impunity. Now if !*-I "or th. Jj.jtuc-, .".*;!.J t>ja.l (''m the pa..e .
lieved and admitted
acre bt locaroption
c18L&'j frOrn ; JEWELRY & H. E. CLARK, sell our lawns at reduced Our boys went to Gainesville to be completed by Nov. 1st. a good thing. h f* iKisi be ashamed of WH uliiJB6ef I or. tD.'t"tfiK'J uf Kj of the mrmbei preMOt
SilVERWARE. !wl..matnat
ydL I A.quruira ic che Lf"UMCUoG rot \
.tdti-About prices. playa champion ball The Wide Awake for is or be WuuM 'igl1 his numi t<> hi" f
\ oDe game. July a specially tu U1--J, ant ual.x prevted

, .: "c:; dozen.very 'DC aDd Oranp cultf' RepaLrloga .peclalty. Gaskins Block.en t for Truby, Sternburg & Co. crack nine of Starke, they returnedthe handsome number. It will be articles waa. Bud so would the pl.'pk kiuw| v-.>better uld know whnt who esiinuU he- ..n 01Ji.W.J nt w.1a tybo Board epideniloUi5r. aJ 41

=D WJ'Ia eUentCOodIUaIOseLthMI&iL Starke Fla.JackonvI11eMarbIe Mr. Ben Bugg was in the city this cracked nine. Score: 13 to 5 received by the young ptople with : Lo p'ice oi hU rt-itrments. '1 liavt- hd.1 at suck place*,th.prvsuivht of *U>:!L

Start., week to spend the 4th with his in favor of Gainesville.. delight. No family should ho with- I not been able fur w lr.t of space to ditcuxs oar.J,.. or. najoriLy Ui awiieube D.ar sed.ei. .
Peek. peo- 5 a Tlltt .
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L. MX otttff
Co WORKS. out this D. & all the poiuu in this Article fully as 1 A ? tiit *ACb perjtob ap- .
magazine. Lothrop
ple. & Air. V. E. Sapp, living on Water would like to. but 1. en-lone the last sentence SMnte.1 ua 'ueb Ik.rd .t lieuliii fchall be Air

> u. COFFINS, CASKETS ForDsii11l al14 Cute County commissioners in Oak branch, informs us that as earlyas Co., Boston. $2.40 a year.It : "Let tli" r.tn ul thinker and voter jAtr*.or until be* *IMiceiis appoint ut .
and aDolv co the above.Si were
U. cj Metallic Burial : session all this week board of the 22 of July he counted 7 fresh is reported that Messrs. Henryand think seriously ovjr. this mxtter before qualified;and aU 'seaad. how.,,ocurring..
Z Cases etc. IqI as a ball be filled by she icoeror.
i blossoms casting his ballot pri t October*
cotton stalk. The
on one William Hoehl** are about to .
: of 6t 'le. price orsize equalization.The R. H. A THONY. 800.4 Every such Bo&nl hall .ftaauanebct
0.0) tl.hvlLVs M
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kep'L1 stalk itself was two feet high. from the Hoehle estate the IromtUuHuab
0 10 stocky walk purchase Lake Butler. Kl*. rspra-Uttiit aad a rcr Utytwbodull '
from the court house is
1.1.1 ; homestead lake. couaUtuta .
place on Crosby UM Bjitcuurd ccounltte 6T
Marshal Wall
informs that -
E-t TRUBYSTERNBURG&CO. the worst in It should be us he Grateful Adu1.G'leq..eal.
town. repaired Mid Board the
This is a bt'.autifullJiece of ; vacrrtary liaU IWo*et M trAurw. -

= d Pot _ = by all means.A books will be obliged to close the city tax and is a fortune in itttelf to anybody.Dr. property. The following ..kWu received by And way nrcvlv* fort>N union| tucliaddUfonal .
the first
in
by Monday Au- l of compvuiatlon w the diem
cffi our worthy Mayor. afknowlt-d.jeracnt per Allowno .
o6
fJ W. 1' Meacham, few baby carriages low at gust. ( If you don't want your prop A. P. Smith presented us this the funds raised ere and sent to the and give ooud Ar tb"faJlital UUcharjc ortbe

Notions and Truby, Sternburg & Co. I erty sold yon must pay up before week with a large, full-sized and Johnstown sufferers* duttoa vo the BoarJ.M the Ouanl may -
Articles
Fancy 1
.1 3 that time. proper;Prodded.That uvU UdiUonl ouinpation **- '
t Mr. W. C. Barnes, a former typo ripe orange plucked from a tree in JohostowJ. I'*.. June 27, 18 war (M paid tutbdpraiU,iita of such

2 b : Fruits nfectlonery. I in this office, is in the city visiting I Raspberry julep, a new cool drink, his beautiful grove. This is what is TO THE HOK. I>kfI8 WlTKOVAKI I.l bo nUiacouiiueln wwcb are located seaport .

", a STARKE, Fr..A. a a. IZ his many friends. never known in the city before for called a June orange, as it ripens iu Mayor tarki% FIlL ) clUes having populaUo- 8,000 and upward, ',.

if Post that month. It command a high SlE-Yours of the ?l'4. in*,.. containing aa may med Uw apprvfU of UM SlAW Board tot
Opposite Office. sale Meachain's.Ladies'
2 Mrs Capt. Burroughs has to at draft for $83.40, duly tQ hand
Health
gone in the market. game ,to be paid out of any uiW funds UUM
C> I f. Tallahassee to spend a few days.It and misses' opera slippers price and will be duly appRrd' to the aid of the t.b0lle raised by UaAtlou.39C. .

Starke Livery Stables at your own price at Mrs. Strong, of Kingsley, Las a Johnstown aufferers., Allow me to exures-* &- Every Board oT health taua cr4U4 '.
is said that .
of the Starke
some sincere thanks Uier behalf This donation
Truby, Sternburg & Co. real curiosity in the shape of a peach in ; ChaD hue fuJi power to abac nulancM prejutticUI .
their hoard bills is all the more s'lprecintrd cuiiing an
boys
skipped at
> : ; J. w. ANDRE\rS c.D to the public healib U appoint and suitably .
Prop. orchard. Her all -
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Gainesville the other dav.Ladies' remedy for hard time-buy trees are young it does from a seeviof the -south' which
compensate heattbluipactor. aDd BOCA .
:2.4 ; goods at seedlings, planted by herself but ooly au recently wasili on-Iy ftlich II.
:: 0 your i u.litr ottcrs And"out. .. they ui_! find n.ce- .
t i c laortC8 LIre and gents' rubbers at three and now the trees. \erlr\llr yiwfs.I ., .
c. Carriage to day or night. t' Truby, Sternberg & Co. years ago, .Wbo aha1l be subject removal it tbnf'lmtUi
e ; QI QjI" g Truby Slernburg & Co. loaded that the branches ). II HABTIXHS.dj .
The finest confections are so heavy : of tiie.i5iMrtI.-k *U .4.f per". who hall
: I do are kept by .\ G.n.
real1y to short =
c am hauling on = ;
.. r lie the ground with l a erf ere wiui bin Jer or bppo_ such
oJ 'i Q Q Prof. C. J. Denton expects take Walter Wills. actually on any agent
5 'i i notice. 1\1) turnouts can not be cx00 0 their burden. Mrs Strong will pick B. B. B. Bubsillc Blood IfaUsu.) w luer or taombirr or tb. IfMrd bis or Uieirdbcbargeofduty
t of the school for I
= charge Hampton We will sell clothing cheaper It you try this ninvOf YOU Will say as many M ucb. ahaD to guilty fflawUuuieauor .
0 three and four bushels from each of
dQ 2 the school I others have said tltaT it,.*the BEST bid purifier
s celled in the state my pricel are the = coming year. than any house in the county. ,mod upuu cviiTK-tiuD ult W&ae4la
.- ; t Q e"a these trees. It is worth a trip to and tonic. Write Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. 0.. ,
A suns uot to except
oJ LCr.J J. N. Jones is much Truby, Sternbuig & Co. for book of convtaeutc telitlm-ny. cu thousand dollArt.orLjLluiprliiODiaefit -
1owet. sale Capt. improved.
stable -
My alway conc if 8E04 Kingsley to see them. J. P. Davis. Atlanw l, .. (West Endi. writes: ia Uif couaiy jail not more

-= z His many friends hope to see Shoes, Shoes, Shoes, at "1 consider that B Jj:B.. bat permanently cured thai six uiwnlLa;hrovidetl,bovover thAt in tttlsectloa It
3 c tams a I lot of r first elass t bargains for a. The School Board. me of rheumatism and viaic! &" 4
.- co = arJ dJ Q him out in a short time. tf N. J. Jones & Co. H. R. Saulter Atha.a Ga.. writes: "It. B. B. uotltlng bAll be dxwtruaa as prvrentintf

J: = : the buyer. Give me a calJ. : = Fresh Confectionery and Fruits The school board convened on July 1st has cured me or an.uker that had regLiw-d all or opposing a mouber or Any officer or agent of
atIKACnAJt'S.
t Mr. W. Walters offers sell his
to other treatment.
= a. at 10 o'clock with D. L. Alvarez in the tilt Htatd SuArd oT HeAltU from ezrrcbingerX
E. Q.Tit sley. ColumbUna.! A'a.. writes: MM>
Hay Corn Oats two- fated carriage. See advertisement chair. All members present. Minute of mother and MIter liait ulrrrated sore taroat auuiscrofula. > any of Ui r <4iiire
Heiberger & Richard, zr in another column. Corn, Oats and Hay by the car last meeting adopted. The following Pe- B. B. B,cured\ them." creating A biau BorU ot Health or any of the f
Jacob F. Ga.. writ
and Flour at -Dealers tn- ; 2 Mr. \\. H. Underhill has received load at N. J. Jones & Co. tf til'ons were heard and laid over till next B. B. entirely Sprecler cured Neyntn.ry or rheumatism**:to my 5. rule-iJetl* And regulation ofMkl Board; and Pru- 4
Q used si.c ." further That tbe
3 shoulders. I bte* Appolaloieut of All port e'S
.' and will put in place at once a new Belding & Bros. Standard Spool meeting: Uv John Norman et al for a Cbas. Reinbardt. No.: iJ fountain rre.t. Bal unitary luspucton miut 00 appro>. of by Itt-t \3 )_ .

N. J. JONES. .STAPLE & FANY GftOGEBIESI, boiler for his cotton gin. Silk for sale at N. J. Jones & Co. new school site; by N. D. Hagumun ct al piles timore.two Md-years writes and:ant**triad! euSTered to say with that bKediae one bottle State Cuord of Realm before a*i.1 npectQN ea-'-'* \..

00 30 City Lots for sale cheap fur a school at Temple's Mill and by Jus.Bieling of B. B. B.cured ma.:' Lee upon the dudes of tbeir otflce.Sec. li1i. .wp
Starke Fla. HAY & GRAIN. The continued rains this week J. J. Hardy.Toccoa. tu., writes ". B. B. tt. Every County board uf Health tbiat1 lt. 1. i }
located. ct al for school site. Heard "
N.
Centrally Apply to J. a new is a quick cure for catrrah. Three bottles cured
have had a tendency to do a creAted shall be *itMiaUla is aud shall All
great obey
me. I had been troub several l
T.ROLLINOSWORTU 04 Jones Starke Fla. the petition of W. L. Keice et til for a years. "
ruled
< and
< damage to the growing J\ Spin, AtU.nb.1": "One bottle of regulations o; the Mute Board of -
Fruit Jars. Wooden Willow Sn crops. The finest line of Dress Goods new school in Palestine district. Granted B. B. B. completely curr J i ciy child o.czema" Health that have bee a or may bereAf Ur be promulgated -. I
,..
W. A. Pepper FredJals. \1. writes: "B. B.
Boots ut Shoes Mr. R. Saunders and wife will there is school house in 3 mies: by Mid Suu Uw rd
Z and Silk Ribbons at as no over B. cured my mother cl (l -erated son*throat." prescribing the

and Tmwarc. N toe 0oil leave next Monday to spend the tf X. J. Jones fc Co. of them. Heard the petition of J. F. U. Bradford IM
made to Order. \Ve handle Gto. P. Plant's 00 summer at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Robert Warren and others for adopt such rules ALti rr"uiatlon* AS WAy lie
celebrated < There in no town in the State that McKinney. Orange City.; FlaP June 25, 1889. needf al for the pre.crvOoa of the public health"
>
SWEET HOME FLOUU. = 2Repalrlag N. J. Jones is the happy father ofa sells goods any lower than Starke, a new school site which was granted. Editor TEJ. GRA1'g-1. d3ire to Hud of the county And for tlte aum-iUuca. lunpeu-

Dl"atly done ,, E-i z bouncing boy baby. "Mr. Jones and firm in Starke The petition o! Hopewell colored school space in your columi's for H few remarks. hun or diHinfjctiou of aiuiHXtod yc-ta.
I offer better
Ch ace & S an b orn s C ouees. 00 I 0 9 no a which I hope will lifcvc a tencenoy tr> j promote bagsage.
.JE of their cargoes or ballast aad the collection of
for
it is best in asking a appropriation to
the the tock lower part
boy or than
says county prices the best interests and >:perii of
J. J. Langlas Crackers. 0 a prt y Ices lor gald nerrice.and which fthallnot be f.
Henderson Truby & Co. assist in building a school house, was old Bradford COUnlJ.J I am very liiitcit
J. M. Sternberg conflict with the
p Armour It Co's leat. In another column will be seen interested in the development: of her Act creating Aud ejtAbli khing A
granted. Adjourned.
progrelt.'I. '
.JVe the advertisement of Mr. \\'. A. Everything that can be found in I have U-e-i living in Florida fur Stats Hoard 01 UsAltn. approved lebruAry a), 1
cb- J: 16Ss ,
\ have reccniy added to our tock Daniels, who is offering his: place for a first-class Dry Goods Store can be Lawley. thirty j earn arid hive thus been utile u> btttte ut'Uoard 1UlIe of the Hvaltb rule aud And rtqcuUtioua of 101 .
>
PHOTOGRAPHER.a a large 'lldwi'1 dry air refrigratr Q sale. found at N. J. Jones & Co. tt It is not exactly wholesome state of become prtlty411 n.-quainteil with nil of any chartered city; or town Any person or Any or officer
corpora-
and wIll keep butter and cheese in 2I i Thieves entered,. Kleinschmidt'sroom Ladies' Fine Shoes, the cheapestin affairs when citizens have to carr)' their, the udvuntngea and greater portion of ll-e state! and I posi-
and marshal around iu their
i_ _ good order. at the hotel Saturday night the market, at X. J. Jones & Co. I mayor pock. tively. without extiujLTiitiug any touvie- tiou. after the same shall have been published 10 -

I' and took about in from Country merchants will find it to els in the shape of a revolver. That is lions in the least loik; upon old Bn (!f.,rl days In owe newspaper printed in tbo county
25
$
Cider and change shall
Apple NOTICE TO MILL MEN their what we are coming to in Lawtey if some as being one of l ht est cou atied in the DO guilty ot amiAlcineanor,and upon oonvictiou -
interest their
his trunk. to buy spring. Kball be fined in A sum lutt to exceed oat )
pretty vigorous work i.n not done soon in State for a man with moderate means to
stock from Trnby, Sternberg fc Co. locale in, us lier ngiculuie; and horticulture thousand dollars or by ImpridOiiiaeut ia th* .
Raspberry Julep Mrs. T. A. and children the of had characters.
antea-In each county a reliable Mill Knight I way suppressing county Jail out more thin six
w and health cninl&uvd have far month.I'rotided..
.1\18Q to handle Ilud take Grders tor and Mrs. Annie Brown anti Master Mosquito Canopies and Hammocks so IH.TII i.Jt UA- .
Some lime ago we had two bu'glaries in In .nl fruit" that ovfure uay rule ant .reguUtiond of mica
at unsurpassed. ri'i to such u5 '-L\ '
at & j ji ;
Co.
The "Quaker Mill Lee, left for a few weeks' sojournat Truby, Sternburg one of our stores, then two IIr thee iu oranges. lemons nml )imes. it must lc ndinitted Comity Board*of Health Are Adopted they must .. 1

MEACHAM City" Grinding Amelia beach. i Lemonade, Soda Water, Ginger i iI some lone cabins A little out of tOWII. then that South FI-Ti-ti-. including. Mi- formally. be approved olfty too atat" &Mril i.C ; ,

The tiet miJ! for grinding Corn and I Pop, ice-cold at Meaeham's at all rion county sliii|>s tn-,re of it than rth lIe1\1th. 1 real..zi7p.Ste. .
one in the house of Parrish below town
Cobs, Bones, 03'stt Shells Miss Sofia McCormick, of Gainesville times. Florida; but he ttuio it into coiiMdcrtt .7. Tbo fOes origliiAtlug frwiu the dlatureWht-r ;..

H. E. CLARK and Cotton Set'd. is filling Mrs.: Brown's place at (the latter comparatively ret-ent); a.id now tion that for five rear* before Uiauftmi Lion and fuuii.aUoii of vesJttU tholl be turned,:-* ,' .

It will also grind ME.\L and II01IIKY. Witkovski's dry goods store during Car load of Flour just arrived at the same villains presumably] nre prowl- was noted for her f"'lIt' vjrjwing advantages over to Ute County Boards of Health. tobeuiied*..O1'-.; .

For further particulars apply to the lattt I"S' absance. N. J. .J on :' cheap cash store. 8 ing around looking for a place where they the tide o( niiinigraiioQ troni the by then u.they way deem oest. **-, ::.ll
Agci.L North was coutiiiiul'y' drifting to South livery: board of Healm ezUtlug under the ftv-f ''M1* '
JOSEPH ThOMAS I Spring Goods at N. J. Jones in may repeat their operations. I am not HI *y'lielu" -
Pl'ttthicvinO' is getting to be Florida. lan.f the! immigrant have ot this act snail be A t'orl"nuJo. with I&n .f .
State Agent an endless variety. 8 liberty to Five particulars just now; but subsequently utcii n'jl-j' to reuliz.- their IK.uvr to.ue aud coniract Ad acquire and ti168 .'

M a II Dry S.S. Line Starke, Bradtord Co., FIn. altogether too common in our city. Beautiful line of Ladies' Parasolsand unless our genial sheriff happens to get 'mistake.. 1 am rea lv to admit Hut good! pooe ufp.\pcriy, U.ta roaijiad jwr- nal,said V c

Mav 1.1y An example has to be made of some Sun Umbrellas itU I his clutches on certain characters pretty orange groves can to? ti"lll l are ratsrd i ii' du every other Act bccaMary to the proyor ..*. .. .t

Coffins, Caskets one before it can be stopped. South Flouda; but there is chance
\CHING U Truby, Stcrubuig and Co. noon a strong that one of her soil is very pt or nnd not we.I adapted 9. Au a eaiitlixl au *;l l.. prurido tor.1 r
1. \Ve are determined to clear oin Ladie llieri may wake up some fine morning and to farming ind if ', .
a mai: m&aado
St Undertakers Slippers, Newport and iiupnst me A(>{Kf tmrut of boards of H uUtlt or tfiecou
ifiled an.l pre our summer clothing. Come early find bullet-hole him. not reach l the the
Oxford Ties atTruby a through >oy.ii-d outlay tor eeTcrat lia4ol the state of i lorirta, and to ', 1ILCaIIC -,

Goods Corsale nt out a er.ed dcstructllU with- and get the benefit of the reduction. | Sternberg and Co. The Episcopal 1 ch-irch lot raised a Sue planting of it grove if- is apt to run short wear 1'\.".. approved i>b Jd b. 1W5, to
of llerves. & Co. for the iicced. .uic: ]of life before lie is auu Liles bauie u )
I Truby, Sternburg crop of ice cream last Thursday, and the hereby repealed.Sic. .
I Summer Dress Goods in endless able to derive any pn.flt from his grove.But ITile
N. J. JONES. Abeessed Mr. G. \V. Jennings of Lawtey I ladies are in hopes to be able to make it in Bradford county he c.in' make Ins iMuiiir QHt uob ioner of each k f
Teeth variety at Trnby, Stern burg and Co. coullty.II in the *.uo m Khto'lt u produce some strawberries some day. support from his lati( \vlulehU tn-et are
lSuccellllfully offers strawberry plants for sale. His I ivunt.luted mar arwiMi And levy or use to be 3 '
1. R. ALVAREZ Egyptian Lace and Swiss Embroidery tnaluriug (K-Mdi-n cr J j"J lug otliT ttdv.int-
J. A. of Femandin
treated. and Mrs. Read has '"wied"l"
plants are large thrifty, even aaea 6 1. a tax "'.It to cx' *d any year
that \villu u allow ruit i enumerate -
.'EALER IN PIVOT TIETH adjusted in an artistic now large enough to set out. Flouncings at just leturned to that city from a visit to ages space uue >1; luid vn UM KuUr. at the 'jue t of tbdUoardofHealutuf
1 um rrrwdyit tune to
; yet any reply
and sen'iloeable
Olanner. Truby, Sternburg and Co. and Mrs. Burrln. UM coun./ u cuable (uchlioaid .,'
her Capt. ;
parents to in what I have
Fresh inquiry ctmlt.
any .
Meats1 Rev. T. II. Blenus, of Savannah, t J.tCral1tJi eXuv.MM.S '..a. .
Mixed S. P. .
Table Nuts at Meacham's.Parasols stated above and ". : in tli>in;, i inn
will preach at the Christian church WM. M. so. Begsing yoiirJIiriJoi for
Wholesale and DEHj\RT taking up '
from 25c. to 5 dollars at bjr wasI.rhaII have
cuncurrent Juris-
,
to-night and following nights until I Mr. Anthony Heard From. so much of your vaitAule space 1 t.11. D.
Truby Sternburg and Co. diotiou over such Water, aIM each Board Shall .
.
Retail. DENTIST SPRUCE ST., STARKE. further notice. Editor T1U.EGUAPII--"Observer" must yours tniljr! _
$ $ $ $ $ $ have been very prcsumplious to think he .1._ H, Gt.os. have the exclu-ive jurisJictiou over and coutrotuf 1 f

J J. ECKERT Au the most approved styles PLATE Mr. F. G. Carpenter, of Kingsley Saved by buying goods at could tase the bland be did against prohibition Lot in give ths* gcadera; ;I of the TkM- I aay qu raatiue .utalion. which it may ealtAblb1 ,., .

WoRK Including Puit; PARA GUM." lake, brings the finest peaches to and Co. and iu favor of tbe saloon in the GRAPH a little timely! Ih ice. Hut 'Wr.i11u 1 in suvh watt' ; provided that public
Broken and cracked PLATES mended Truby, Sternburg columns of and not be criticized uuUie bet ivu by tuivrriifemeut hi omo newvp
market. They are real beauties and your paper. er is coining amiita it colif. l'hclh'ra
strong and smooth a.'t when first made are seedlings of the Honey peach Job lot of Hosiery at by the prohibitionists. It appears morIJtIdyseutery ad diarrhrei. Theonly If r published. in..toe couaty. of tAro metes and &.4' ,, ,
oundsof b.
City Bakery and J Truby, Sternburg and Co.Ladies' from his first article iu the TELKOIIAPH safe way to ci-m.it these ili.-.:i-e-.. it aii u.
Teeth Extracted without Pain or Babyland for July is at hand. that he is the "Dick thnt15 hit m the to keep some reliable remedy b.tud. lUll < :. U. Any such Boardl health may have .

The little will be Sun Hats at sore" by an article written to the members all who have rolic. Injunction U.
Confectionery. Terms CAS..anger. ones especially Truby, Sternburg and Co. of the Alliance and he raised the howl cholera and dinrrjxBrinedy tril1hamllCrlllill'; ailnut (tied,to rnttraiu the violation of. or compel th. ,,,,
pleased with this number. 50 centsa and with that of obedieuce to,. any rule or regulation adopted hy
piece
Old for sale .t this came ingenuity; (that it is the most {.roii.pt. reliable and y
u you want yar. D. Lothrop & Co., Boston. newspapers llisu he got another cut and he has come successful medicine kuv\u for tin-' com it for th i>roi.-.-..>. n( the public te.Uh; Pro-

JOB WORK For S a 1 e. _ office, 25ct a hundred. again lie snys he endeavored in his first plaints. It costs ti\n 2,1 or 50) -iti. and vided.. Tkut n.. liuud ithall retiuired' of tbe
Mrs. I. Webb i is much
No Better Tim C. improved article to the truth before the Board of Health under the ) i'-'
wIth Perfumes, Florida Water ard plate peopleas may be the mcnns mi {br your prurerdiwg provisions .a4
1 of any kind" rememhr A Two.seated Pb ton, than noW) to from her late illness and is enjoy- Cologne at Meacham's. near as he could; so if ha statements family much Niftf:*, if not lift? i iiueIr 0' tl'. ooectiu ;>.d l'rovi..J farther, thiS the ,,

THE pole' and hafts and shifting top, SUBSCRIBE ing a short vacation upon the shoresof are facts-and DO one about Starke has before the summeri* IVI''. For SI\I U I I.y51tf rule aol regulation nail Board of Health. 1L

t TELEGRAPH. very little used, made by J. Collier, for theOurworUraklaas beautiful Kingsley Lake. Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Applets, denied them-I do not think there is another JttVKUS & JoJ Yolt. Shall not be in conflict with th" rule audregula- "

our Newark N. J. Also one set Don- TELEGRAPH v Orange, Lemons, at Mearham'a. tow.i in the state prohibition or tii>ncettihil.hed by th State Board of Health _.

charrea reUODab ble Harness' I Apply I at. Only '1.00 a year Up to this time no arrangementshave in is otherwise th;.t will admit of such u slate Have you hll1"1 wtt< Mr. (;. r.: Wel\ exct-pt whenever tb>State Board uf Flualth shall .

'ATa01fIZII Toca IIOKII nearly new. or 50 cts. six months I been made for a teacher in the Every department our store of affairs for it i is impossible for the of Cambiii'iV' City. 1tl.. says of< Chnm- approre of aad ta.Iv tua rules of County Boards 't
.APIIL this office ul5tf In IL d vancc. : teaches full to overflowing with new goodsat standard of morality to rs-e above public berlain's colic cliuU-ia; and dl.irrlic' rem Health.
Prof. "I.
Institute.
Young n prices lower than ever. sentiment iu that town. So if the public edy? If not her? it 1*. "D'Jriu' ; last Sec IX This st'h.'ii take effect immediately .1

the Orange College. Truby, Sternburg & Co. sentiment in a town or community is in summer I wa t mbfi II| very much with upnu iU appiuvalby the governor.Approtw.1 .

a favor of open violation of tbe law by illegally severe pai;.* in I Ay Momiich and l oweli. June 7. 1883.CLOSING.
ANTS OPTRIJBY Major J. L. Hill, county school Latest styles in ladies' Summer ] silling whiskey und there is no and UOA iuduLCi.* bjk. friend to try this

superintendent, informs us that he Hats at N. J. Jones. 8 effort made to prevent it, It follows tbat remedy. I took or| ilosc as per directions -

proposes to call a teachers' convention Allover embroideries at the standard of morality docs not appear and it gave nie Ammt instant' r* lit"f. OUT !

STIRBURG AID CO1 to meet at Starke in a short Ti to be very high in that town or commun 1 cheerfully recoiumerd it tn the..)icled.:'

time. uhy, Sternburg fc Co. ity. "Observer" says that before the 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by

The celebrated T. II. B. cigar at saloons were voted out the people bought 51ff' : I JCWERS&.fOIN'Ea.:. My entire Stock of

Starke's base ball team can't be Truby, Sternhurg & Co. whiskey by the drink but now they buy TeaeberrCthlyenUoa.- .
it by the gallon. Very well; then they I Summer Goods.
downed. They are determined not Editor TELEOHAPH ,nd Cmz.-i of
Tomato Catsup and Worcester paid eight dollars a gallon now they get ,. Starke We ]Ipar-j from Mr.I Hill!
until they beat somebody. our
to give up much better article for two dollar I to
sauce in bulk at Tfalter '''ihls.A a or county superintendent of twnools. that in preparatory taking inventoryand
They played at St. Augustine yes less a gallon-a clear gain of six dollais a
word the wise is order to advance* the c-iuse of educationin In Fall Stock
to putting !
a
enough- gallon to the whiskey drinkers of the
They want t.o sell you your Groceries, Provisions, Flour, terday.Mr. buy your goods at county. Now six times 4,500 makes 27,- our county it i# proposed to call a convention ,

Orrin Strong is now taking a & Co. 000 dollars staved to the people by buying of tcachff s at Zitnrke anon for the During the next Thirty Days
Corn Oats hay and Jrran. Truby, Sternburg purpose to organlf The Bradford Ouuly
,
course in the Eastman college, in toy the gallon instead of by the dunk.
I Teachers Asi C18ti..n. One of the
When want in the Yet "Observer" fails to see where the ohj..cta'of I will offer entire Stock of
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.He reports that you anything such organizaljon u'.ll! he t., fir.r 1\11I1 my

They want to sell J'OU your Dry Goods and Notions. \\ he is one of 400 who attend the Hardware line go to thb thousands county.of Open dollars have been"Observer"saved to! encourage the WI nk of tht'ltetler! Cl4M' flf Summer Goods CHEAPER than
your eyes.
& Co. teachers aud elirviuatt Hie and
Q Truby
Sternburg ; unworthy
They want to sell you your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. same school. drink figures 4.500 won't gallons lie. You at least say the people i incompetent. kip: a matter of general BEFORE. Any one wishing
Baby carriage at u year, now,
The boiler of Fewkes' mill has I public interest ad our citizens here in I .
lake be Truly; Sternburg & Co. and that they ilu'uk about the same before S'arke would ito n. courteous ,:1.1 acceptable -i irrr.BAKU. .\ INS 1
to very
been carried to Sampson \he
sell Hats and .
They want to you your taps. to you see where gain comes in.Now _
.
act if w ild their Il.M| ..
placed in the dredge there. Mr. Furniture at reduced prices at what is a few huuured dollars for and hospitably thy e *rtAi.1<" the open teachers can certainly satisfy himself

; They want to sell you your 1100ts, Shoes and Rubbers. Fewkes will soon have another and Truby, Sternburg & Co. license lost to thousands gained to the No doubt the sif>eriiitendcut and tc.i<-h- during extra special sales
people? 1 am informed by one whu knows our

They want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Building larger one. Great reduction in prices of summer that a great portion of those who scud off ers during wou'.d!the offer tessi'jn a (rogrAtnme tluit will tu prove Ih2 public enter- days. Come and see us whether

The New Era, of Key West, is a dress goods at for whi&kcy now, diu the same whcr. tbey taming antI of wiliut benefit. Parties ,

Material. welcome addition to our exchange Truby, Sternbuig & Co. had the saloon as they got better whiskey who are willing >nIIi'ife I room t<> entertain you want to buy a bill of
awl gut U cheaper lie iw>a thousand* of

They want to ieIlyou your WagOns, Buggies, Agricultural. .Mst. It i is but half English, the other Truby, Sternburg & ('" are making dollara nre sent off for whiskey every year please one or report inore U-ach--r u> the writer.for a daywill ur t'i\u goods or not. We will offer
half will turn over to the devilto :
we by tbe people well. did not the saloon .
plcmcnts, Se&ls amI Fertilizers. a very attractive IKW! window.Go Respectful: .
swear by. and it. keepvis send off fur whiskey-or did they C. L. PEBK. ;/oua BARGAIN in something.

They want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and Whips, In Mr. Geo. Uaisdcn has our thanks st-u; inxkcU? I suppose the people had about _' _..
The Labor as well save u lew thousand dollars as to N'"O' !! Look for Hand Bills!
I fact they want to sell you everything you may need. Give them for a delicious peach. It is of a great party of the give it III the salooulsl, who, when ]he got ICE: .! out

a trial, and you will be convinced that they will save you moneyon mammoth variety, and owing to its United States will appreciate Gant- your money and you hit home made 2; HORSES FOR SAU: ..t'l'STAR4

everything You buy PHd at the same time guarantee the quality earliness should demand a big' price I er't magic chicken cholera cur. I whiskey and get drunk would kick, you I: J.: G. ALVAREZ.

and quantity ot" Goods. in the market.At I Warranted by Rivers & Joiner. I nut of his saloon. 1 am informed by Parties riORlD.i.. .
who know that there are numbers uf

Mr. James White's place, atTemple's I ir TOUR HACK ACKJSS j men who are in good circumstances now Now i i. I lie tim tl) purtlia.se a reliable For Sale. ..f.1)nJoo

mill be what the Or you are All worn oat really good for nothing. II that could not pay their debt oefore the boise for a rcr.sois.il.Ii: !ricc. Tlio uudcr- I -
may seen It Is general debility. Try Newnan Seedling Straw
I jtito trim IRON JUTTXRS. count} went dry because they tjn-u I : their sigue.l ui* Iwecty-five cxiri I'tr c anSI!
will do in this for !
TRUBY STERNBURG & COMPANY Kelsey plum county i It will cure you. and give a good appetite. Sold 'I living ill the baloon. Well!. a few such berry Plants :. Strong splants.
well broke Lorb
Allllr.Vhlte'j spare time is taken byall dealers in inedicine.LADIES 1 CI S will more than balance tbe i>ilifulMtm 3. which lit nil! ..11 at will be ready about the nuddl .

up with plopping the limbs of his': : the count1 w.uld gel for licence I prices ranging from ?45 to $70. Tliuse of July. 'Apply to

po trees to keep their burden of large | Weeding a tonic or children that want building I I'I "Observer" admii Una local option i is a i I wishing to make a purchase will rjn wellt u. W4 .Tenislngs

L and luscious fruit from breaking'! up.should take j'|I iM od thug it pri'ptrly uuncu .,ut, which It t. to examine my :Hock1' they are ctiictlj; r TET. J'LOKW.1.
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\' ;., ...... -: -1'0.1: Published.Every Friday.FLORIDA.. a It was not long before he received a curious: mental state. The past hadat" not brain remember.for a longtme so that now I have recommended by te Presiding Elder,,' char a leartburn o, biliousness symptoms,,etc.such a ,
blotted
entirely about the
first asked
E T.\ltK&'Dll reply a handwriting which he ben I whom the Bishop iron preparation that ,v \
ipplicant's the
ql i too is only .Jot
"" r.. Little by little he revered gone.quite cy. I i absur Have headache.
,.j :;- :: :!TARKE !.I promptly identified He was more excited out for know but I can go now a preaching abite. blacken the teeth ore f
could not ,
but he the
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r" IU E- when he opened the envelopethan experiences, you ever heard hlP'
b\af.JlI.r THE HUSKIN BEE. he had been for a long time, and : long,time recall names. Months of saying more-if you will hear it. Jishop. 'No sir,' replied the Presidng THB: Chicago clearing-nouse should ha decided I ,\
t ., :.; ; ; He paused a moment, but she did that hereafter gold coins reaped I. '
Buffering
F f' ):'j .rr-- far more than he supposed he imprisonment followed, filled with I Elder. 'I have never heard him, at the banks only at their actual va4 A.
"" 'l"4_ ;. ::- "tIf___ -ft. bnskln' bee wuz over ex the IU wuz goln I ha and starvation, until forbid it and he went on: twice and he stoodt weight. SL \
: privation
: "" t'";: .. could be over a worn a stranger. it. but he has heard me show -
down explain j
If" Nil Au-J. "I: know how to -
: ,. ..... Like his it was a simple the was little left of hi mentally like hero.' The license was Rheumatism and
% .. ,p..1. :; a yaller blue o'glory jilt behind the maple own. very Either from the effect of that shell or i a grant Catb. :
". --VI .. '0. brown. The girls were delighted," or physically. At last he managed to ed."-Paris (Me.) Democrt Rheumatism and catarrh are both tlcoddiseases. 4
.{ V' r ,..:;" The gals wnz glttin' ready *n Cue boyi wuz it episte, "to know that their work had escape and after incredible hardshipsreached form the weakness and half-starvation _. In many sever cases they have

-' .(:;;;- ,,( .., atandin' by. the Union lines more dead that followed, I was never able to remember THINGS DOCTORS DO NOT KNOW. yielded t treatment B. B. (BoUruc
S To hitch on whar they wanted to or know the done some good. The soldiers deserved don't ). made by Blood BalmjCoAt

itm. reason why. every thing," and so on, "and i than alive. And now another hospital your name; though think you, and :Their Ignorance lUnstraUd I the Bobinl l Blo, Bal. Writ for book of coarincisgproofs. \
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I tried to
',' know how hard .
followed lightened by nocrrspndence Poisoning .
Of all the he cared to hear from her, why, she experience IOU C. fe
gal what act aroun' the of
pile corn
* _.i I'.;-* tM. j:,... tbet day would write, although she was only aschoolgirL" for he could not re- how much I should have liked to hear There was a commotion among the doctors B. P.Dodge, Atant Oa.,says: "My wile
had catarrh did her
I
S i-: ;;;' .a'r A-twistin' off the rustlln' hUlk es ef'twas only that name or address-he from you again. All this time at a recent meeting of.the Massachusetts Her constitution failed and any g \
And finally '
. '1- ;, tr'' ;.L\. play. tell then asking about him- had membr, of course Lile's, lost all letters-and the thought you were a little gir. But Medico-Legal Society, we f w ot into her I placed her on a,uss of The Chief Reason for the wJSiurer
he would blo.
L <1!;; The pearteit one of all the lo\-'n they wnxpooty something I love f tound that reporters for ,
i' I die for it, I must say- newp B. B. B.. and surprise her recovery found the fats
'. .. ; tried to remember the more no\voi t J'1 Snap 1 1
S$ & ...'. : .5 ,too- self, she signed her name, Lillie Me more he pets were taking nots Papers was rapid and '' the beat t
cmplet.
S : 1!. ,. -. Wut Zory Bees whose laffln eyes cud look ye line. There was this P. s "What ia hopeless seemed the at.tmpt Finally, you dear Miss Lile"He s ipeclally on the Robinson arsenical W. P. Atlat Ga wn&.s' "1 Jet Win.aecomplUbM I all that blo. pf A
: S through and She took e1.f ia
through. a
die for
S the number of regiment?" he gave it up altgether. At last he did not it pioning. cases had been an was much rhenmajf only by C.I.Ho&Co..Lowefl. ais.
J
4. : your held out her hand, and so bad I could not get along witljotitcrutches.
tIn
: Now it uttle nearer, -
happened Zury found a red ear In of reached his regiment again, greatly t step
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S Surely this sort correspondencewas nounc. I also had neuralgia in the brad. contracted Blood Fatal
l .. the pile. the astonishment of his comrades. but t then leaned her pretty head on his delar that there was general First class did me no of bad type, and was treated wfckmcecury
,: ::' :-4P- Afore we finished hnskin','n ye orter seen her sufficiently mild. Neither partyto i symptoms of arsenical physicians ; g. acd peCR1IS
,. ,. The shoulder. gnorsnce Then I tried B. B. R. and its effects pth sanspaiiQI
not to much more 'er
smile it bad the intention to begin any see service poisoning, and claimed that because of this mlre.\Dgworaa
S; ".; For, o' coarse she bed the prirerlcge ef she thing like a flirtation by mail. In- three 'ear for which the men had en- "It is also 6 sudden, she murmured i gnorance the Robinson cases magicaL tonic I and cheerfully recommend" it &s a tk mm41 bel .thc W

4.. LT s ....5. I' wnd only dare about to expire and al& ; and she nestled closer, without pig good quick, cre.Knoxville Ten. cure entily.a no lp C
.. '' deed, Lillie had purposely conveyedthe listed were "but" gone on on Mrs. Matilda Nichols, ,
St. .. 1'0 choose the fellar she liked best n kin him ha te c h retu
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4 the Government them the and with a sort of sob she added: "And part of medical men. There were, he : "I had catarrh six years and'a lost| ,
k'ij; W .,':' then'n there. impression that she was very though gave te wits 1O5.
of all this time I thought you were sid, at least eight cases of cria poison- cough and my eyes wer,nJuchswollen. .a v DopI
I-' .. U,I bow we puckered up our Ups'n tried to young, so that there might be no inestimable privilege re-enlisting a F rank Leslie's Illustrated InK;seven occurred within fve years and Five bottles of B. B. B., thankGodicuredme. My little niece

-v. look our beat temptation on Fred's part to change veterans, most of the "boys" decided dead. I n one family, and the was that of a I ." S : to such an extent that she wss con.ftnedtothebcdtor >
-: I 'r. Each feller wished he'd be tho one picked out She that they would first go their homes. Newspaper. M. Davi Tyler,Texas, writes j'Joh 1 a U
the of his letters. was a t relative.
,-b-tS, from all the rest, scope subject of years to of More than 30 pieces bone
3 1; S. S 'Till Zury arter hangm back a Itetle spell or school-girl, eighteen years of age, I Early one mornIng. therefore in the ---4-.>- The cases were all treated by physicians wa Inflammatory numDr which Sp 'x>t- out of her leg,sod o dot c

'. so, home now for her vacatiorl.. As she autumn of 1864 the cars brought themto TROTING HORSES. ot large pract.ic prominent in the profession tles of B. B. B., thank heaven, ba oittyelycured. amputation was I refused the the re"

S' S -.. Got up'n walked right over to the last one in had meant, he got the impression that the little town of HThey had yet no suspicion of arsenical I have not felt the slightest ran 'lchcrllre pot. on S.S.S.and she Is mm
t Performed
S\ T the row. Humble Offlont by Almal poisoning was until a organization since upiuidacUveendtnasgiodheskh p
t S she was much younger a mere slip of no rations, and were hungry. Arrangements That Afterward Acquired Fame in which aru Miss Amn OKSSUM '
:
Sbejist reached down 'n teched her lips onto a girl. That was just the thing. He had been made for their breakfast With the exception of Dr. Oliver tried determine vctm wr isur VERY low shoes will b the proper;thins anJ chld.1.' Colombo
I the ol' white head t 1 this
; S could freely about himself to at a larger place on the roada Wendell Holmes-who ,would by the many persons died suddenly year. They will laced wita.ir.ch- Book on Blood Diseases l f
t.. 0' Peter sims whoa eighty year ef he's a day, writ i th faiy. wide silk ribbons, with monograms SWITT
., : 'Macaid; ,amuse her, and her letters and her little farther along but for way. have made an excelent sporting In support of his statement a t ig: o the ends. ->- "_ worke., Drawer 3.Atlanta,
r:. .. She looked so sweet ol' Peter tho't an angel. sympathy would be none the less some reason they were delayed man had not the superior attractions norance of medical men of the symptoms ,
; 'S .. S cum to ssy, arsenical poisoning, the doctor remarked WjIATU iweot r tbftn rosei JL
because of her youth. several hours before. Naturally of literature and medicine intervenedI That bloom In the bennty of June? JI l.i! CASE T. M. GO.Portable.
1 1'. .. ": As how bis harp wuz ready in the land o' tarnal pleasant that certificates of death were given 1 I Or the stBtelr and traitrant lilies .
fiveS .
S day.I Now. I bound confess that the. began to spread about do not know that writer ol \Vh .
c : am t they any ot the Robinson cases a follows: >e bells ring Bummer tune? xtJILi: E. .w.xa t. ,rTe

'.. S :. !lad, Wai' I should say I was; 'n I tol' her correspondence which followed was the little village, and the citizens bestirred mark ha over said good word for the mon typhoid fever, menIngt 1neu.( Ab.On tweeter the cheeks the of rones those blo"lg we love. :. J. rF"C\'RIS OPc I is. Tri

S goto' hum. not in any way very remarkable. In themselves t do the best they American trotter. This is a great pity,. ease Bright's And Tbe tbe cheeks'lily of red bealtb rose that's e.ultSxwg ; dedipal
b i : ., .. '!o As bow the way she slighted me bed made me Without The startling disclosure of the stupid ig, ab '
looking it over I have been, perhaps, could under the circumstances. for the animal plays an important But how soon the lily and the rose wither 1
S / sorter glum much interested in the preparation or concert, their efforts par. Dorc shown in the treatment of those, in.the faces of our American women. Why enb.d
in the life of the whole
5' sd : 'N that I didn't think she'd shake:. me right a handwritng. daily com
cases is quite in keeping with the usual indiscretion is it? Simply because so many of .
--.._.::. .- afore the crowd- the faded letters, the dates, a i were not very systematic, but they munity being concerned, a the i by the profession in victims of weaknesses, irre the J .i

-S.P .. I wnzn't golnter stand It-'n I said so pooty little glimpses of personal history and were hearty. The groceries, restaurants Autocrat pointed out, even in the early' the maniest persons who are sufferers functional derangements incidental tp &nc ID U

S,. .. loud. character which it reveals. It does and hotels were taxed to their ut-. conveyance of milk-cans and in the' from tho slow and subtle poison which is I Ito sex.Prescription If they would aH these use Dr. Perc's J avor-aU h- C,, II : III 1I .

Then Zury drapped ber lamo' eyes'n whispered not greatly concern our story to followIt. most Raymond was walking through prompt delivery of fresh rolls. These generated in the system from a diseased I destroying ailments.might be ward4l hf off, 41051rices

i l .;. **I didn't to'roe kiss low ye:'fore tbe crowd'caust'causelIon Rapidly it changed, both as to the little town, looking for the chanceof humble offices have actually been performed tate of afflicted the kidneys.The fo we hear less abut "Brew- ; r
old before their
I t- ye so. form and substance. It came to be breakfast, but not seeing how he by horses who afterward ac apoplexy, for a tret !cnsnmpto lag tile.. : : _

I' I S 'J?I thought ye wudn't mind It ef I kissed 01' "My Dear Miss Lillio" and "Dear 11.Rymond could exactly press him&elt upon these quired fame upon the track. Within disorders, brD most instances neroi, itahV. u I To regulate the stomach,liver and bov-i I I; I
Pete instead. els, Dr. Pierce's Pellet excel. One dcie.IT I IA ationary and Traction KOI SZP-
'J Decausn the grave Is closln'jilt above his pore It wa no longer general citizens, who already 'seemed much the past year an old Dutchman, when too late, that the patient was a V RAT"igs.Jiorae, Powel Tread

S. ol' head." but personal and sympa- overcrowded. living in Western New York and engaged and ignorantly treated for a Is reported that an English cyndicJtehas SAW MIHASDSOM "A LOO UE.MAILED. "8.vt ZZX.waneIaPAfl1.rw .. U'
thetic. they fallen in :love with As he modest supposed disease which was, in raty. buta subscribed $2,750,000 for the completion ,d7SVft.
I Well-wimmill" ways is queer. ,sometimes and Jn ; was passing a cottage in the milk business, was astonished of kidney disease, I .
--- J Bympfm ad of the tunnel under North river at NEw 'A wards and GOLD
S we dou'i aims know each That would have bo on a side street a middle-aged lady, and not little frightened by the been treated such the S
_- are. a have timely by on which sometime ago.
::i a
list what's a-throbbln in their hearts. when York cae Meal Evere.
% :_r r 1lave' they act thul'n so- : very absurd in them, seeing she standing i the yard, and holding a pace which his beast set up one frosty! use Of Warner's Safe Cure, which i the I AW In

( I-:..... IJII know is. that when I bid good night to was only a little girl, a he supposed. child by the hand, addressed him: morning. The cart was bounced over only remedy known that can be successfully NEVER fail to cure sick headache, pft"n MILL INSIST THAI A
the first dose. This is what is ;
55 I Can who havo relied on in the treatment of such very saidjy;
each
Znry Hess people never seen !
"Soldler" the pavements of the city where his I all who try Carter's Little Liver I'iIlS.E&us ] S Simonds Saw day
I I loved her more'n ever, 'n I'll never love her other really fall in love? and brought his hand to disease. 11:
leu. rut lay. the cans hopped and rattled I Such exhibitions of stupidity by those I dug l

.5 -T. P. Ryder,in N. V. Sun. -- the visor of his cap as though it was a in their seats, and the driver lost his who profess great itelgenc in such matters whole United last year States raised product one-fifth of silk of tte c> 1|of acfompaniea the makers.the*mill.,.*or buy V dlr

: n. n. superior officer, instea of a superiorbeing breath. But he had no sooner recovered i clculatd destroy confidence, coons. SIMONDS MFC. CO.,

::, 'SFRED'S COVERLET. Can people tall in love with each he saluted."nid it than he began to boast of the and it cn fad that a remedy lkeWarner's rKAMl FICflBVRO. nr.MASS, as1iiiL1it12 CHICAGO, ILL .p:

: other through the medium of letters you speak, ma'am?" wonderful speed at which the horse I Safe Cure, which places the .f'AZ t .

f alone? What is that "Have you had breakfast?" she said. rect means o preserving health in the ant Dlre.t to Consumer lee i
I ... : A Chapter From the Life of a Private proces through had carried him and therefter the I ferer's hands is far more meritorious than r
which we have most ot He said that he had not had thaileasure. Tutt's PiIii Saving 25to 40percL
jJ 1 Soldier. us gone-some yet animal was taken out, harnessed to a high-priced medical avc whic is so generally LI4Pr- f fso itr.t. jdsy
5' of us, despite the poets and novelists, p worthless and
buggy. on Saturday afternoons and]L t.o oftn base upon 885'Ml.wvwaii. KMiirs r o m sot

c- T many times? Is i not in all cases the "Come in, then," she returned. like occasions, for a brush on the road I an erroneous opinion as t tho cuse : IIFKXS1W tt TK1TUUO1SI.PionwrBngsyCi..

\ ) deal conception which we have, rather "Ours is just ready." with the fast trotters of the neighbor. of illness. _ _ ..,"
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Human life is little too To core eoatlveneM the m li lae masr -.
I :/,4 Ward No. 9 was to any casual in- than the person to whom we attribute Ho looked at his hands. and his: hood, all of whom he outstrippe. the average individual just a to be sacrificed precious t be more than a purgatite. To be per / ._, ._ t.,1. rricp.m.
:4 t : S like the other nIne- it ? Two elements clothes with It t mancnt,it maa> contain
epectlon precisely always some anxiety. was I Pretty soon the son, who tho bigotry or ignoran ce of others. .

i S teen with which formed the General enter into this Ideal. The one i three years since he had eaten a really had been brought up in this country. Tonic, Alterative and COLUMBUS, o.

I 1!: Hospital of Jeffersonvillc Ind. It tho physical perfectness of the be- civilized meal and his ambition now procured old sulky and put the' Domes: are 1 guide in youth and an entertainment Cathartic Properties. r'AJLi raze w tAt aa MO__. Ta
a In They under .
us
\ r was clean and the long rows of cot:!on loved object Beauty of form or feature did not extend beyond a slice of bread L milk-wagon steed in some sort of train solitude and keep:ge us from support becoming a burden Tdtt'a Pills possess the. iaallti.s lte DANIELp uida;'

I, .j each side of the wards were always in grace in action manly strength-these and meat. Perceiving the kindness of ing. In two months' time they ap t ourselves. They help us t forgetthe an eminent degree, and F PRATT COTTON GINS V"

{., .. order. But whatever the necessity for are what we see But so blind are we, the intention, however, he accepted I peared at a track engaged in a race cO'nes.1 of men and tings. compose: Speedily Restore nUT J JEUEl THE! :BC4T>.

'l. it, its uniformity was a little trying1. that any thing short of monstrosity the invitation. with veteran drivers and horses oi; our cares and our passions, ad lay our disappointments to the bowel their iiataal perlntalXljf Trnn t300to.7iO revolutions per minute Doubt
.
.. hoke bre.k the roi: FePrten. *n4
I-r--. The meals were served to the! minuto, nay, under some circumstances Opposite him at the table sat a established reputation, and beat them asleep. When we are wear motion,.o essential to regularity. complete or outfit of Olnnlnl Machln-7.Cndcusr '.
of living we may repair to the dead, *. !..
:.a'. J.::. and the food was never known: to vary strangely delude us. Certain mental young lady dressed in black whom the I all in three straight. heats-a wonderful have nothing of peevishness pride or de-: Sold Everywhere. y ers erl.etc.and borllomai.LI..8.cndenlr.I t Are Inraloable top Mbo .

in kind or quality. This extendS and moral qualities must alt.o hostess spoke of in & in 'torn you r>f pattlngnp irric'
S even always a hal-introduc- achievement for a green trotter I : their conversation.-J. Collier. a Gin write nfnrrircn'.r..n
; / :\ .-? to the sourn4 of the jbread. thenJo seem to be present and here the ion a her niece. His own name was I jockey, and an immense surprise to ant tho. a Rheumatism v, cbootll.95 to 1O4 PJBATTOIXCO..J J'opular Str..t 51 '..M'ftR. ., .. I

-S .It. 'lairs In the hash and the flies' in the chances are that a truer conception not aket. There was something in professional persons who had jeered I WEST BUOOK, Noirrn Sept.CAIIOLIXA 6th, 1SS6., "lal TUB T Aria. dJ

'v-; it.: .RE 'Up. may be gained by correspondence than the air and manner of this young lady, at the uncouth appearance of the new Da. A. T. SHAJ.LBXBEROER, IMORTR oy CHINA. CLASS

't 1% S After a stay of six weeks, Fred Ray- by personal interviews. In any case even more than in her dress suggesting comers This case bears out Dr. boxes Rochester of Pills Pa sent f>me ar did Sir-The everythingyou two: and Neuralgia] AND Q'ENS"A

(sj_.. Q>" mond Company B,*-th Minnesot the conception is likely to be wrong. some recent great sorrow. Holmes' illustration of the mik.cartj; said they would.you My son was the vie: These diseases cause untold .
.
t -. (' t*. began to find it a little uonotonous.et The physical ideal might, of course, be She did not hold herself out as a nor is the other example that he give tim of Malaria, deep-set, by living in Florida Doctors admit tw that they axe difficult stern! t *..CaM1wms. 01
t
*SS I .". '_; WI).- Not meaning to be ungrateful for the so grossly absurd that it would utterly wretched being whose only refuge is; without foundation, in fact some two than years five ,hundred and the antidote has done of other more so dotelrpJ.Uent:. (

h- uniform kindness of his I treatment and instantly disappear upon acquaint the gra\.e. She was not gloomy or years ago a baker's horse in Boston, medicines could dolar''orth I have, S. Celery Compound bas : -

oL ) ,-. here, ho began to long for a little ance. The other may 'also disappear, woe-begone. She listened' politely to after delivering her rolls and brown. bad one of my neighbors try the medicine manently cured the 'I nrSrad your oreer for MASON FRUIT JABS. Hayiorj

-1 ; more variety. It seemed- to him as but much more slowly, fading gradual-he conversation, taking little part, bread in the city one day a usual, and it it cured to every him one immediately.suffering tom I now Malata recommend cases of rheumatism say those who ASSORTED PACKAGES F TINWAflgt S.D eierWtIOLEStLn ;

.11; ) f. CPIT though be had about exhausted the ly through long years. fixccpt now and then to ask a question was driven to Saugus a distance oi Respectfully yours, W. neuralgs : : ler

_,'1 simple pleasures that the hospital: had So while neither had intended it, which finally brought the young man I about eight miles, and started ina tendency of .life to "Havln:u It been troutle i I j Road :Carts !f =1 1Ten H TreiMu

S to offer. lie had read several of the and a yet were unaware of it, they to speak something of his experiences.She race at the track T our better natures I being overcome mae u wirhrheujnatl3matthekDeijandfootfornTer ; .

S ,'S memoirs of great and good men, which had entered a state when was attentive, while she was somewhat govel that anlwa Au
upon only a there. In the exuberance of her: earthiness encompasses them ojmost unable t aroundj ,
S formed the bulk of reading matter; touch is needed to change their warm thoughtful and sad. As he wenton I spirits she ran away jn the first For t reason there f constant need ot FORSALE. and was v ry gt ', per cent, cheaper !'

:: and these too. he had found singularly personal interest into the deepest and he noticed that her interest dep heat and wont around the course once n thoUh lofty works.aspirations To think and of the devotion NO OWN USETO EP to time.my I bed used for only wes&t one t>ot.{ 1'' than antfody. BUgO.18S'

S alike. Even the interest and cnderest: Thus few ned and good tie of Palne's Celery ComIV -,
weeks he looked
pleasure
a once
passion. as up, or twice before she could be stopped. things that are true, honorable righteous, 'V pound and pertecUjj tVDoo't bUT b frrrre5andeata> C
to be had from a perusal repor \\ and feel I
.I 1r5 Rest" failed aftcV a single join his regimfJnt. tenseness of her look. When he spoke of this irregularity, she necessary 1 we are t degradation \1 vL a rund.boy. FRANK CABOU.B PIPr. NA8HVIL.E SheTaTaCo.B.er

( t.:1: reading. But while he had only sought to Chickamauga her pallor deepened so won the race, and finished her day's United Prebltra Eureka,Nevada..
i S thft. Many of his comrades had lighten weariness of visibly that her aunt asked I "Palne's Celery Compound baa been a God"\! $ $ $ $ $
a never- hospital1e in suddenly i: work by bringing the baker back to A Lethargy send t me. For the past two years I have sufi CANDY .

4 t'\'' failing resource in. writing, letters to the beginning he now thee she were ill. She regained her composure Boston and beating all the horses that The forerunner DaDierol. of a train of evils, which fered wt neuralgia cure of me.the I heart hare doctor a! I of For 01"w .8apOu

4friende.! which was not opon to Fred tern none the less adapted to the in a moment and said she was engaged with her on the road homo.It too often culminate fatally, is lahviyor nearly falling t of the Compound noW, and auT- I
itA ..---- Raymond fur that will of quite well. Still her voice lethargy of the kidneys. Not free the complaint I feel very [ I LY A K
reasons : presently brightening camp life, and they was very must not be supposed, however, disease diabetes fo gtft PUT'
gravel, or some other to YOI" Cnis.II.Lewis, Central ;; .B
( / I appear. After debating tho matter were still continued. But a his regiment low l with a slight tremor in it. as she that these animals were entirely o' dangerous integral disease of the organs FLOYD & .MOONEY... ,

f -;. \ in his mind for a few days, he was often on move and the Axked the number of his regiment and plebeian origin. The milkman's horse' themselves to be apprehended,but drpsicl Paine's | I es-aa n&1. JM.75.

S. : finally ventured on a course which mails were uncertain, they were ale turned white as he gave it. had a dash of thoroughbred in his diffusions are from all traceable tho blood to, the non-removal and XJP: YOXT W.flLWTT'.

\ 1 might greatly relieve the tedium: of his less frequent and regular. With The next question came slowly. She composition, and the baker's mare be gout the blood by the kidneys of certain imparities. Celery Compound 1 l Architectural Work

enforced leisure which the battle of struggled hard to control her Hosteller's Stomach Bitters dep GSera
jjf was likely to Chickamauga they voice longed to the incomparable Morgan: "I have been greatly afflicted with *
the
last a few weeks longer. At sometime came to an abrupt end. LiUe'sletters which vibrated painfully, and sank almost strain. Indeed it rarely, perhap urates active and prevents blood, their renders disease.the kidney. reuats.'and Celery couii Compound-nd no relief untl at* I Engine.. Dote.er cUOD..pple.Preiwa.nr repair.ItaftlBfcPulley work,

I / S during his stay there had been wore returned with the sad intelligence to a whisper: never happens that a horse who is not six bottles of this medicine I a Af uDK I Sand to CHICKASAW IRON WORKS,
1/ MORE than 20,000.000) acres of land in rheumatic troubles." ce I JOHN E.HANDLE*CO.. : TES3I.
.... received from the North a considerable that Raymond was killed in "Did you know-Fred Raymond, of connect more or less closely with the Washington Territory, or nearly one-has SAMUKL HUTCDIKSON, So. Cornish,N. I _:A.THIS,.r" .d. 7,UHPHI.
,e' Bupply of hospItal-stores-shirts andS If she had heretofore Company B?" B
battle deceived equine aristocracy becomes distinguished the whole area, remain unsurveyed. Effects I

S 5 drawers of all shapes and &2<;B, with herel with regard to her interest in It was his turn now to be astonished. as a trotter.-A. C. Mervin, in Lasting Cures. -

openings made to fit all sorts, of men soldier whom she had never seen, Who was this who asked so unimportant Atlantic. War They don't you are tryCarter's a positive cure Little for Liver sick: other Palne's cures Celery as marvelous Compound has performed many CURS WItER ALL IAIL&

-1' with all sorts of wounds. Upon trial, 5he did BO now no longer. It was in a questionvih such a tragio air, THE CLIFF- "DWELLERS. Jis' and all the ills produced by die letters sent to any ardro'a Plet the-ple t o.
of of them the of ordered liver. Only one pill a dose. not disturb ,
course none were ever spirit widowhood that she and the answer as though do ad enU

S. '. 5- 1 found quite adapted to any particular mourned her dead hero and king of lif" or death might hinge upon it? Interesting Rellci Kecenllr Brought t aLight THE Ohio dealer who sells cigarettes to a use vegetable of suffering; a child longer can with take It W t

JI/ .::,. _. base, but by cutting open here and men. Foolish it may have been, and The aunt looked from the one to the in New Mexico makes himself liable to a sentence of r neuralgia? rhenm"tlR o A MONTh nb ni
t sewing up there they did very well unreasonable, but when has love reasoned other in open-mouthed wonder. The recently-discovered collection thirty days in jai and.a fln?of 125. S10. Six for$5.00. Drg can$15 furnish to $250 a horse and give. Agents their wboje tlm
especially as the weather was warm.Among ? Nor was this loss alone. Peace "I am Fred Raymond," he faltered of cliff-dweller relics in New Mexico LADIES who possess the finest cmplex Mammoth testlmonlil the bUHinet.5. Spare "ment.may be profltablrenoloyed -.-
"
have been brought to Durango, Col. ions arepatrons of Glenn's WELLS.RICHARDSON&Co.Props.BurlnirtoiiVt. alv A few af'nco.In towns andjul;
S other things received has its vicissitudes and its Sulphu Sp B.F.J4HMioN" Va
., were a tragedies, But before he had said it she saw Hair and Whisker CO ft.Rdlm01
Dye,
S number of sheets and coverlets for the a well as war. Her father sickened the answer in his face, and slipped to \\hore they are attracting great atten. Hl's M. DIAMOND DYES Gil'e Falt and Brght mil YB.-lr abu ndinp" e.staMp and fur btj4as rrplg. /'. '"fW QDETECTIVES FI FE

beds. These although generally and died. The mother had gone years the floor. tion. The collection consists of human Is consequence of the ever-increasing Co. thn C"I ol D1u.B .

..f plain, were not quite uniform before. Overwhelmed remains comprising seventeen skulls, military burdens th %umber of emigrants: A '. Lirin"upo Jd are J2thy,
and introduced with her BI' Lrlc
S sorrow He held her head while the aunt ran from Italy, last season, was nearly I c. io rth7wnlevf.
: "mo' I
the skeleton of child mummtfiec 8,0. J(1" J Itt
a ,
S the only bit of novelty to bowen Lillie went to live with an aunt for the smelling-salts. was not the JAMES: REDPATH savs the of: S Ws.e4 In trrry eanntT. Sbrtvd..D t*t fn IsitncltooIn -
any where in the hospital. It in a neighboring State. Her ha rijht thing to do in a case I of fainting, feet hands human hair, etc., makinga the.rent agitation. in Ireland has had the effect ..r Secret 8.I,..*>i>.rt.pM eM nmiJCi}.Bnt MP( ]

happened that.the coverlet which fell once been well-to-do, but had lost his I b'tt few people ever do treat such :a total of thirty pieces. The pottery; of causing a reduction of the rents In SCOTT'SEMULSION Gr&n."DIUvtreaCo..Arcd.Clncl1tI J

to Fred Raymond had been made property, and there was but little is comprised of eighty-five pieces running Ireland at least fOo $7b Per month and elpene. .
by left c ,se properly. He had never, in all A pets mm nwwua ,
the yoWl I ladies of one of the churches Until the estate was settled that little I Ins life, had a young lady's head on his from gigantic coiled vases of four Prince!THE castle Myerling, where Crown [ b I .mpl..D1.1. .a Ii.at 10_1 Ssar. .r
ta
Rudolph shot himself will become : promptly .
In B- feet two and a half inches in circumference i a npt ,
S Ohio and many of them had va not available. She did not want arm and was awkward and excited convent of Carmelllte nuns, the death .01 wt Uc3&i>.tweuy.sad Standard C.IWE.8IlTerm Wdnetnlnf rflCIo. gPI

written their names and addresses on to feel dependent on her relatives, andso He thought rapidly, but could not un to tiny fragments of paintec i chamber becoming a chapel. .. i r t .Leek Box B30S.Baeton....

the blocks. He had studied these engaged in teaching in the village. derstand the situation. Ho remembered pottery.Among. IT takes forty minutes to walk up the : $ : PII

over until he not only knew them She often thought of offering herself his correspondent, and, curiously the relics are a number ol I spiral staircase to the top of the great K -KO-TULU
all by heart turkey bones, and the discoverer Eiffel tower at Paris, now OFPHECODLIYEROIL S-" I .. S_ wfiii
but bad formeda as a nurse but now she quite unequal enough, at this moment the re partially com '.7. .
name
distinct fel lates that in one of the cliff-houbes pleted. By elevator the journey can be I- ,: =fl2 ;;.'x: T
he
pretty to the work. _
conception: of the a good con like But this
came a fash. was not made in one-eighth that. time. md of Um&SoLi t -.- .11 _
found
the
of
these -
ladles Jowls 10SI -
young themselves. There was stitution, a lively disposition, and in L the town where she lived, and this roost also WoMAy-rixxjGiNQ exists us a punishment Try Lyon's taateteaa Syrup of Quinine,t

more character and individuality in perfect health when troubles came upon L was not the young girl he had plot the nests with egg shells still in them, in the Transvaal. All the African : Children Cry far Lyon's Syrup_Ct Quinine... fi
S
Ruth Lyon's Syrup of Oulnln /"
'ii the handwriting than one would have her she now grew lstess thoughtful]I ured. showing plainly that our National. bird press is violently opposed t only recently Almost as galatableas Milk. Don't give your Baby*Bitter 1..1 Quinine.. '

S '\5' supposed considering tie difficulty ol and sad. Thus ba the gold become "Who is this young lady?" he asked had been domesticated by these pea a woman was sentence, t receive B The only preparation of COD IJTER OIL tbat i wr b.bj wiu ...tft uk. Lyon'c Syrup of Qulnln

tracing; letters on cloth. He was not dim. "My niece, Miss Meline." pIe The discoverer also tell* of a fifteen lashes for using language. can be Uk.ri readily and toMrXted for a keg U For rsVEVTOKS. *J-.
the least bit loom in one of the cliffs EVERY BODT who is now 11 delicate I.KI BOOS FHFB. Jdd
of ladies' which an: PATENTS
,& man. or one Raymond was not killed. A shell had "Mellne? Liie?" he gasped. originally audience by the Pope must admitt t 1HD AS TOflCOIsuaj'riOWYvELTIo'g W.U. .Fi.c..i AI.. .
who would consisted of 300 previously Lsw.
think c
of pieces but Wur.
this
answering an ad. burt near his head, and the tremendous "In the of BCKOt'lLOlSEKAL GN. ,
name wonder said the signed a doument.by which the applicant .U. ..SAZW3 Paris. ,,.e.
: yertisement for has been practically destroyed DEbiLITY, (im'tlHS: A>D AJ'.
correspondence by successive :- THBOjrrriitvB T
concussion
had pledges neither
SS.S felled.him to the aunt "what does all this ? Were himsel to ask any thing of > "
) ject, fun and amusement But then. earth, where he men inroads of his nor to publish or &sit WAST1XO OP : $t
lay a long time you acquainted with her?" curiosithunters repeat any: U DIJDEB RiAITSTRAfo grh
4.? : these names and addresses seemed tosa.y None of u- and very little can now be thing which his Holiness may say. (BILBN It.marvellous i. j .
4I conscious the fragments of "Yes-no-I determine andora.d 5.
believe he by the best 1'by.t.4.i. f
so, answered : IIUOD. Cl
t to him that he might write if he, the shell him. When regarding its original and modfl HENRY DEUISON, a young New Englander thecotrfenofthewoi. &nd
ha bu'ched he rather obscurely. "I will explain : of thirty-five said to F.r_!. ," '
chose. One of these had of i b the most in hy all UPr.S4at.* IS I JlANGERfi Tnmorlure.Dokrlf..r
names struck: finally recovered his far operation.He LS a3SndforPsrnph1eton ee
senses so I .GrU117d
S by and by. fluential foreigner at the W.'iDil"
.
him as a that in Japanese court.He 0COTY AMOTHERS' .e'IU ;Kim .
very pretty and the says his estimation .UW Mreet CnClnnatI0l0"AO
handwrit to sit
he : .ew
looked ; .
up. around, bewil Miss Meline soon recovered in spit L. acts as the adviser of the State Department $ TOZ3 PAPU mry OM r _
lng, wu indeed neat. He had amused I Irp dered. He Plat County once had a population ol at Tokio and -
the
only partially recalled I of the Mikado has ,
unphysiological treatment. She A'
;. himself with picturing the writer to what had The battle had I looked over 100,0 a the ruins in some given him a fine house and court rank. FRIENBMKSCHILD .to GENTS SAMPU..]I
occurr. at her aunt to whether EO. A. KfVYorkTOS8ADAY.
.- himself times see any : ___ SCOTT. C,
S many until he felt par away the thunder raged L parts the county assume dimensions FEMALE authors are numerous in China .
ebb .
tially acquainted. To her, therefore, in the A blind I further revelation had taken plac; of cties. One thing is plain the. and have always been honored Their favorite 5 simples worts f8.H
rare ditnce Her embarrassment t FREE. Un." not
feet
was extreme, an subjects hol'
are 1rU
birds aD.r
he would Indite a most moon, ,
very general letter superficial observer fowers Raiwsiza eirnr
him of
and if she chose ,, le t try to regain his the palor in her chesks gave way to a these the zephyr, music kindred themes BIRTHE -. IBIS run c..,..IL.o.He.
to
relics -
reply and and that
I
is
that
a corre. regiment stood up dizzily at bright crimson."I the ancient There has never been known among the ".U3ID BIFOPE !
lat
+ S \. spondence grew out of it it would give and wit his musket for a support was sick" sbe apologized. forgetting ditweler03 a marvel of industry women of that land a single politician.. BOOK TO "MoTBEPsMAILXKTBE*. I I A K- F. 1240. .

new interest to the days that must yet : the direction of the economy. The classification o if ENGLAND gets most of its ice now from BRAPFLELD REGl LAToR Co.ATLANTA.GA I VBJ.WRITING TO .U\ERTISIR"Pl .f
rtiat she had "
S I be passed before he could return to his He had no idea of his bearings frng., He also once denied it these relics will be published in paav I Norway, Scandinavian competition having, .41 SL 41.BT."LL.,DRl-GGtSI.t I I agitated, and
exceedingly L-
t; regiment. His letter, addressed to: did know that his regiment and wa phlet form and sent through the coun almost entirely destroyed the business of .
: no doubtful as to what he ought to shipping ice from Boston to England,which -- --
Miss Lillie Meline was not an eloquentepistle the whole lino had fallen b-ick. and he try.-Denver (Col.) Letter. ,
do or say. She was about to l leave the was once profitable. Ice sold in London -
ver i
fi ; it simply told the story of thewriter's soon ran into a of Confederates Se. for
S loneliness the gratitude of and was captured.group : room with her aunt when he snoka -"I will have to throw away thia per hundredei fifty-eight ht. t eighty-one cent
"Miss
himself and comrades for the interestehown The accident more serious than -and she saw that joke about the negro, Mr. Smites'faid TiE report that the Berlin court wi 'SHOE

in the comfort of the Union soldiers the reader might'a be led the ecret was out-"I don't know at toe managing editor. "Why?" adopt the dress of Frederick I. (liO!) I p
to suppose all what to I don't J
say. know Emperor William will
asked the wear'that
and the satisfaction it would Witu anything funny man. "ilpcause
S givethe care, rest and good food, he you dress at the visitor I ... .. '," .,. .. _"
at all about the customs of must tho King of Italy .07.r-7 ,. ._r--' .' __m
not .
ri inmates ot the hospital "nuy o fit I \ would probably at no distant sa make 1lh of a dark sub.iect and the Czar. The ..saper. that .a.n..rl. .& .t. IJ' .
i day: have ciety. I have. never htiu any thing to knee breeches buckle costume consists of I rate..D ....1., .t P.I...r.tiV ....'D..r.. will.."e rrn. .rI 5...t..7 .d4rCIs.....1.."..0. 1
shoes .
a sword w.
a D
i three-cornered I -. % UG:A Bo D, ,
4 hat and a pcriwig. ". OOKTO: J ,.



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