Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00197
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DVERTISINCRATE : PROFESSIONAL CARDS NEWSPAPER CLIPPING., fact a small but stout log house with HISTORIC HOUSES. THE ROME OF ASIA.' -- FULL OF FUN.- '.' JKwrula cb.r.I'applMgffoiv SeminaryJfp*w **J

, _J_"' :1_im I-Im I II mils m tURWYING. CIVIL ENGINEERING.R. 'Twas a clipping from the paper a door connected with a "figure 4" in 'oms That Were-Built In Wsalflngon'a -- Sho "What-kind of typewriter bfc'U U >&jL
Telling of side. Delhi, the Taj )(ah81. the Pei ch ThroMand a
1OO1i5O$2OO$4OO$7OOOOI some funny baited this with fresh Ivr wenadctoftw
caper trap Tlnte stUl ; -
Standing Ne*York* A :
rl I 60 :! 251 309 6Oi 10 00115! 00 F. ENSEY, c On the stage meat, but the lions would not enter It The celebration of the dedtontlial tWashington's the Kntub 1lIoAJ.tDelhi. do you prefer?" He-"! think I prefer: brt- ever- "V&"
8.5O. 60J 1000 JI : ) 00 So for "
... zoo ; I read It, every letter the last 3tyettr3() the a blonde.] -N. O. Picayune.Judge"At titiiin
"I 1 (1 JO liU 1 00 U 00 30,65), 00 -.&.'/.w ENGXJ.\TEEn.. Saying that rd After it had been unvisited for twc inauguration has stimu- iy Isz7..fl
tl of l seen no better Rome of Aala: a h'ttory date ,,,
15 :0 W :54% ZU00NHi0, possesses first you stole $60.- "tat brhIg Wheli efllWvr.
thaiand For an age. days I took my gun and started in that lated an interest New Yorkersin '
STARKE among
FLA.. ing back to the mythical Mod of the fruui t'imrrfthe
' eat a line for the first aD.ltln cents p and then afterwards $40. Are ,you. Jvetlr
+ direction.
iJt tt.' etch subsequent insertion Draughting estimates, 1evsln, eta, ex.. Then I turned the clipping over This was at about ten the history of Washington's time, Aryans. The city is situatrd oil the never going to do better?" Criminal''" y lwtweeir .- if, -
drates for time advertisements upon lured with accuracy and dtspateh. With no purpose to discover '*, o'clock in the morning.: I approached and especially the landmarks still IIgaiu4I. noel r ,
IIaq. bank of the the
iion at the office.jisCRIPTION Terms. $) day, cash What was there ** Jumna just outside "Why your Honor I did better that
--- per the trap from the side whero the Thor existing in the city that were associated Northwest Ie ubstruf-J "
twttll But in smiling contemplationOf was fitted and peered In, to find the with events of the revolution province and within the time by $20."Fliegenda Blatter. from t. I. Ptr I -%.
-- boundary of the Punjab. Ir had succumbed ... 'tnjiii! /
PtrUb RATES: bait -"Whose face is printed on the ten- : a p *ic : 4"k'rr
Rich and rare. untouched. As I straightened up and th years Immediately following.Of .
J. 0. HAYNES seven time to atttkt and as riwl Ii 1tke.
IUW'bJcb ;:-..........!.......... ............' oo30ltl As I one of the biggest lions I over saw the few buildings of Washington'stime dollar greenbacks?" asked Quigley of to mc i ',
!:Dot ..................... COjtaertptions looked I know I started turned often rises again to (loafiion and B gley. "Blessed if I know" said jyA'lUalaaprlT ?-
[aed, must be And the smile from lips departed the corner of the pen, and which still remain the oldest ia grandeur. Delhi her ?- $W
paid invariably laKo owes present renown S
ic.. s.. discriminations in favor or any JD E 'nt'i" For I saw, we were face to face. I think he had probably the J nieI l mansion l in (One to the id:" anl abject B ley. never study the lace as tBinle d.
,1Dc1 Printed there in uncut column. extravjcant! "
much I do the -AlbanjefJournal. I, cts'IY'jh.
been Hundred as figure. *
lying the shade the lher
effingi oiBlcations upon all matters of local Notices of deaths, sad, solemn, on and Sixty-first street, near Sl cruelty of Sba Jehan ,,&o stayedthe : T ?. LuOllf I '
from all of the side. I had in left hand Nicholas : | *ji*3w*
coo. rtiaUalted parts county. Office rer Jones' Brick Block. Full of awe. my gun my avenue. The house which rod of empire) from 1627 to 1658. trtpohttiais.
time.1th and I realized that any movement on was then called the Morris mansion1 :_"A wealthy roan ruined by neW' -
So, I thought, come grief and pleasure, The Great fort j tho : or .$
SECRET SOCIETIES. Meted out with equal measure; my part would be a signal for him tc m, built by ftoger Morris in 1757. hall of private UtH\"aft-K\S. wheat," read :Mrs. Talkene. "This iJ- ; ...... .I__
GEO.ISDEN, You may laugh attack. The lion was US liiuch astonished The main part of the building was and sad," she commented "but thousand : lcfnny
Musjid the P'arls. flO
But some other one is wailing Mosque or '
, Meets as I waa. Indeed his first idea nearly two stories high. witha of wealthy men are ruined by Old Rye ,
every Tuesday For the tear is smile's unfailing square the "Crown of the W' "ld.n the j'2:.
piuvo.. >night at Od-l Fellows' fainter and Paper Banger Other half.Columbus was to drop his tail and bol'At firstI spacious attiC: An extension of octagonal Taj Mahal at Agra built for the and the papers don't say any thing -ii'* d4te6840$ -
G. |HalL Trauslent broth DlspatcX could have about it." -tllut oftranline -
ers cordially invited .. S .. put my rigbt hand out and for /contained a large and last resting-placo of the ffair Per- .
to.cr. to STARKE, FLA. laid it on his nose, but presently stately partor, magnificently furnished, -"Ah," said Miss Flirty"it must be
. ; J. C. WILLS PERILS OF THE JUNGLE.The sian Queen of the ruthless: .jEmperor, 'I-......3i34 es
GI Noble Grand. ALL YVOICK CIIAUAKTEISD. he sniffed at me and backed off to B' with bed chambers over it. The Central all stand aa eulogies to perpetuate his nJce to have a sailor beau. for they ; to Co. .r

- |..F.1 LDS, Secretary. 1'. O. Box 41. -S distance of about ten feet and then hall, or passage Way to the parlor name. Tho fort is a litHo,,less than have nice yardarms. Such a protection ,- -----.8.078.H

O. Unpleasant Side of a Hunter's stood and stared at me. I stared back. was twenty feet Wide. The two miles in circuit and its: walls! rise I know it's so, because I read ia ....... 521.hipTod

c. dl'roYf'd Order of lied Men. BUG & WILLS, Lite in the Tropics. Is was the only thing I could do. lie walls of the mansion were df forty feet from thd grom: Jntide a book about their bracing their yard- and :

Ma Tribe No. 1, FloridaCouncilkIndled was neither hungry nor petulent, and imported Holland brick sheathed this inclosure are the most ruporb: and arms.Ocean. -- 't4t me:

I. each Wednesday's Sleep at Attorneys at Law he finally lay d own and rested his headon with plank.'i. Under the entire build- costly buildings of IIindo tan. En- -Probably. the most expensive car. :- f 7C50*

|Wigwam, Starke :Fla.Client Providential Escapes From an Awful his,paws and kept his great yellow ing was a cellar dug out of the solid the Lahore Victoria pet ever manufactured is that owned 24(XI
cordially invited Death of Dally Occurrence-Charmed tering by nOh' -,
!: brothers are feyes steadily fastened to mine. I stood rock. In this building Washington had by the Maharajah of Baroda. It took 90.00,' t'S
STARKE succeeded aisle \ -k, ,
'ad. J. O. HAT.NKS, Sachem.: FLA. by a LJon-A Good.Natured gate : by a long va"lteo t
like a stone for about ten minutes. his quarters while the Americans were three to make and cost $200,000.It .
:a years
H.JIiiCHAM, Chief of Ite=ords. Will which at present is utilized,by the native ( !
. and FIfth praetlcc Judicial In an Circuits.the Courts In the FOUl' Then I sank to my knees feeling thatif slowly evacuating the city From thd hawkers for the display of their is made entirely of strings of pure 'JJ(1Ii.ntf. ;

. I did not I should oort lose iny equi- porch in front of the house he watchedthe wares to the :English solcliej-s who occupy colored pearls with the center and

. Son of Temperance.etmery During the many years I was employed libriutni As 1 went down he rose up movements of the enemy's fleet in tho citadel the hall of public corners of diamonds. (,,
night Temperance
I j- W M. MKACUAM, W. P. ROBERT KEITH, to procure wild animals fo>f the with a menacing growl and seemed the Hudson below. audience and the Pearl mo t quo stand -Pastor-How Is your son coming *

>> as: )Mn.u> Scribe. : great German museum butfitter. I about to spring, hut as I remained Long before the revolution the rgiOll out against the clear Ai-iatie. sky. on? I've not seen him lately." Parent .-# .

:PI ,', naturally met with more or less ad- quiet he sank down again and resumedhis about Riverside Park was dotted bringing to mind the productions of --"Pretty; well." "I hope he is nr

':aJ Attorney at Law venture of an exciting and dangerous stare. with country seats and deer parks, and Jerome and Constant whtf haTe immortalized showing any signs of becoming fast. ,iHheiia I,

,CRUnCH DIRECTORY. nature. Indeed, it was all adventure I dangerously fascinated by- the was then known as Bloomingdale. the scenes of Extern lux- so frequently the case with boys *ged.large .

) Baptist Clturcli.rrlees STARKE, FLA. from start to finish, with scarcely a stare of this beast, and by and by 1 Herd was built the famous Apthorpd ury. Pre-etflinetlt among the'fce marvelsof l cities." "Fast? Why parson1he l

-e. at 10:39 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer day that one's life was not in peril.It felt a strange exultation and wanted to mansion originally a nobleman's man's handicraft is the bull Of private is a messenger-boy."-Texas Sift- l'f .4

seemed as if Providence had a shout and wave my hands. I really palace, now a restaurant and beer ibga. ...,t.
Act ang every Wedpesday at 8 p.m.J. audience, which commands an extensive Pl""
!M. CALDWELL, Pastor. L. B. RHODES, hand in some of the close calls ftttd believe I should have advanced upon saloon in ex-Alderman Wendel'e Elm view of the silent J mna and 8 -Bimberly-"Doddley, you are a blnr- eacI41Lil
narrow escapes. One lime when en- him had been left park. Under the roof nf this mansion \\
V today School rneeU every (Sunday we uninterruptedtwo the monotonous expanse :;f rolling married man and ought to be able-to ._; ''
.alng at 10:30.T. camped between two of the branchesof minutes longer. On of tho natives the secret expedition of Nathan Hale plain. The hall is of mtirUe. open at tell me what I want to know. Are J-0(i' 't.

B. Bu0, Superintendent. Attorney at Law the Niger thirty miles from its followed)) alter me, and as the was planned late on Saturday night, the sides and supported by jullars rich these gaga about a woman's pocket being ,Icur 2d' c : 4'1 ,.

mouth. I went out on foot and aloneto sound of his footsteps in the brush September 14, 1776. Here Washing- in precious stone and gold ruosafc and so hard to get at founded on facts ., :Ita.s "
locate a spot to set a trap for a big reached the lion's he whined ton had his when the intelligence i' ,
Presbyterian Cburrli.rrices STARKE, FCA. ears and quarters carving. At each corner ri;\os a kiosk or not? Doddley (who married a rich 4th ,
r- every Sunday:) at 10:30 a.m. serpent which the natives had espied seemed uneasy, and finally made a bolt of the approach the British composed of the same material aa the widow)-"You bet they are. By the 5lt.ie ..

, ft. B. MATTICK, Pastor. and comu to toll me of. I had crosseda for the thicket. I was still 01in fleet was brought td him. Whett he building, and the ceiling i? decoratedwith way, Bimberly, have you got a couple .. school supery I1.-*

I day School every Sunday at 10 n.m level piece of ground about thirty knees when the native came and was moved farther north and the British gold and silver filigree h-ork. The of dollars you could loan me till Saturday >t; ount aecesw'nIt :.
p.. I.. C. HULL Supt. A. L. SCOTT, M.D., rods wide, and had almost gained BO weak *U day that I remained in occupied the city Lord Howe and his culmination of all this spUwdor is attained ?"-Terro Hauta Exorass. ,- ,J-' the yerineu ..:_:",,"',

LATE tho fringe of wild rice on the far camp. staff occupied ihCi same apartments in in the takt-i-taus te famous -"Speakin' of twins" said the old S :"! ..'

OfI. netbodUt Churrli.rrtces << FROM MICHIGAN. side when a black rhinoceros who Near Kharnte, In flUrmah, some natives which Washington had slept. This peacock throne, which sto<*d in the man Chumpkins "there was two' boys: /orgsniz. .

every Sabbath at lD:30a.m.' and nli had been concealed in the thick On
I. p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesdaj : ln PAyit: n n hrglon cover uttered a "woof!" and came beg of me to return with them and rid make way for a new street. destruction by the Penan Nadir just alike till their dyin' day. LemHdn't .L.181g.alzzIopj.q,- ;
Thursday at .:30. charging full at me. He wad not over their of the There are two other historic build- :
village presence of a man- Sha in the early part of the last cent ( have any teethand his brother o Ua/.u
,.. O. D. TURN KB, Pastor.ixiday TERMS REASONABLE thirty feet away when I wheeled and eating tiger. I went with them in ings, though of a somewhat later ury. It is formed of a ma-a: of gold Havo did, but they looked pree-cisely* *.te- correct* A' t

r School every Sunday UICII&.RD at 9 0.111. Ottoe at GaskIns' Drug Store. started at my best pace for the groveof hopes to catch the beast alive. We period. in that neighborhood. One. wrought in the form of twt peacockswith alike all the same. The only way you *letI. it wwYaIue

' 1 lJ. CHARLES Supt. trees I had left behind. In those found his lair in a mass of rocks in the "The Grange," in One Hundred and distended tails, fashioned to life could tell 'em apart was to put your -_- of tJur .4"'

I i days I could run like a horse for halfa midst of a thicket and also the water- Forty-seventh street near Tenth avenue with diamonds sapphircj; rubies finger in Lem's mouth.and if, he bit ;J,WM waz15.$9 :
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I Christian CLurcIi. TATE POWELL, M.D., mile but I had not gone half the hole from which he quenched his was built by Alexander Hamiltonin emeralds and suspended bet.reen them yer 'twas Dave.-Lon Journal. .te; the mm of -r-

distance when I heard the old fellow thirst. Wo dug a pit in the path he 1802. The Other, built about the a parrot of normal size. '}his regal -"Domestic animalsin Greenland ordeml but
xL 26 Acts ). 28! I. Peter Iv. 18.rvices After AD :: of
|i ; xxv ; experience twenty years in the close
pracUce of nis prctesMon. has no hesitancy behind me, and realized that I used, but every beast, except the one same time by Dr. Samuel Bradhurst, seat was perfected at a cost rf 6 crores, must have a hard time of it," she said: .lIiar be *a each Lord's day at 3 p.m. !n promMug the latest untl mot ecientifla was in deadly peril. He could outrunme wanted fell into it. I therefore determined stands in One Hundred and Forty- or 60.000,000 rupees nominally about "Why so?" he asked. "Because" she ;: tin -
j G. P. YOUNG Pastor. treatment those asking his set'rices. and the only chance I had was to eighth street. rst .n Ike3aiilU 1w" ,- .
to shoot the tiger as he came to $30,000,000.The exclaimed, giving him a stony stare; | for
..day School each Lord's day at 3 Calls vn tbe cuuntiy promptly attended In the lower of the s
p.m. city, now
quickly aside and let him part
Diseases of females and children passon. drink. One night, when he had killed Jumna Musjid-l e., the Friday "tho people of that country have no n&oora iking tot*'
C. J. DENTON Supt. ot City Drug fctore or a at epeaialty..Office bid resilience I was about to spring to the and partially devoured a cow early in called "down-town and then knownas mosque, that day being th Moham- to their houses and when a man 'hL. ubov,0 tI .

j I East Starke. right when the ground trembled under the evening took a native and repaired "the city" few of the old buildings medan Sabbath-contains! a large ets mad at his wife's cooking. or -I! remt zQIi)L..J'rtIpr

-_ u- my feet and I heard a crash behind to the wator-hol It was then remain. The old Clarkson house in : quadrattgle 450 feet square, prcached (:tomes home and finds dinner ten minutes I '

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. me. I glanced over my shoulder to eleven o'clock at night, and the tiger Whitehall street was burned in 177 I on three sides by broad eandstone late and no door to slam. he must rent 12"
City 'Officers. find that my pursuer had disappeared might be expected along at any moment In 1793 a three-story brick buildingwas steps. A small fountain In the center Moco-jsarily kick the dog or cat clear tk4e1

.yor-I. Witkovskt. from sight and when I retraced my I first took position under a built on its site and is still there. gives forth a constant strE.'niof cold. irrosa the room to relieve his feelings. I

Aldermen-W. W. Bapp: U. D. Miner ri ck k M J n''s: W i1 rk i n! Pl JhnrSTARKE steps I found him at the bottom of a tree just above the water, but after a The row of old-fashioned houses on crystal water for the ablut Pns of the i-Norristown! Herald. ;'tl
Face Wall S.F. State street is also relic of 1789. The *
E. L. D. Gardiner. cavity at least fifteen feet ten
rorge deep by "
few minutes moved ten feet to the left -- _. faithful. On one side stincs: a building t "Hullo! called the art editor to
tlerk-B. E. Alvarez. FLA. across. He struggled for awhile as 1 and gave the native my place. We site on tho French Huguenot Church extending the entire length of the the foreman; "keep out that criticism
'l'rea.urerWaJ \V ills. which built in 1688 is occupied J/
looked down him and then sunk was ihite
upon were armed with shot-guns heavily court, surmounted by three marble of DePalet's painting entitled 'Tho
Hanhal-E. D. Wall. ALL WOBK GC7A1CANTKED. Box out of sight in the mud and water. He b y the Produce Exchange. The capped with .
AIIelor-T. W. Sweat. 41. charged, and,intended to kill the tigerat domes which. are Donkey Party. I've praised its brilliant 'mm.ud..t
had broken the crust of one of those the first fire whether we saved an Kennedy house adjoining it, from gilded spires. At the extre titles two tone and wonderful technique, its

PEEK & FllAZEE spots often to be met with on the low- inch of his skin or notVe had beenin which Washington is said to have minarets alternately atr'jed!| with quality; and great depth 'of feeling- ,
County OClcer lands of Africa-a crust of and viewed the fire-works on the occasionof ('*id t'rtac1
I grass place nbout fifteen minutes when sandstone and marble perfe.the sym- ;md called it a masterpiece. under the .
Cott ty Judge-W. F. Malphns. earth formed over a water hole or bed the native suddenly shrieked out that his inauguration were removed to metry of the religious e".''fice. To Belief that DePalet was'a foreigner. I .i. f
I Clerk Circuit Court-W.. Weeki. at Law and NotariesSTARKE build- It
make for Washington '
Sheriff-H.W. Epperson. Attorneys of quicksands. It had been strong the tiger had got hold of him. I way westward, toward Mecca, 'o middle have just:: learned that he was born inJsTow
N. .
Tu:AssesMr-J.IE.Wainri,;ht. enough to bear me, but his weight had sprang up. and it was not eo dark but ing.- -4 building lies open, and on If-idays the Jersey and hSS-never been out of

Tax CoH ctor-M. M. Hale. BRADFORD CO., FLA. proven his death. Had my line of that I could make out some animal AND ITS CURE.The vast area is crowded with v;orbhipers Jho country. Of course he's nothingut

Baperintattdent of Schools-J. L. Hill. flight been to tho right or. left by ten shaking and worrying him. I shouted Great Value of Potatoes a. an Anti principally men, for accorcJjag! to the a dauber of 'pot-boilers.'"-Nor-
Abstracts of Title and Real Estate Law
County 8orr yort-W. H. Edwards, C.H. )'. Rppclnll feet the beast would have surely over- and ran forward and as the beast Scorbutic. Mohammedan education. wt-oiea haveno ristown Herald.

County, Coiumisliiouers-1 Witkovski, Abstracts furnished showing. : every Peed, taken me and killed me in spite of my wheeled upon me I fired and rolled An elaborate article on the "Occur- souls; they live for aid are the i 4 O
).B. EI1gIt% E. 4Todd W. H. Pinhole MorUaK''. Lien. Tax iAah Judgment, Attach- efforts. : A MOURNING BOUDOIR.
and Its
him The native rence of Scurvy Among Troopu of the koran
ment and all matters of public record and tile over. was not dead, property men, nermitting ,.
tar:. ,M. V Sai.fLh.: } affccilnff/'lltie of Heal Estate in Bradford, Just a week later while I was out but so badly wounded that he Prevention" appeared in the Practitioner a. man, to have four wives, t<' say nothing ;rile latest Alleged-Absurdity In Grief for
ounty.. yiorida up to date of AbetracLHEADQUARTERS
I with three of my men to kill fresh lived only two days. I supposed for May 1888. In the course of concubines.A : Lamenting Widows.

tti t Officer meat for the camp, I took my station of course, that he had been attackedby of it the author, J. Hickman, remarks drive of some hours brings us to "Come up-stairs until I show you
Governor-P. P. Fleming, Jacksonville.
FOR under a great tree and sent them to the tiger, but when I came to that the occurrence of a single case the kutub minar. Having passed my room. It has all been dono overn
Secretary of Sti.te-John L. Crawford,
Crawfordville. windward'of thicket, which I suspected strike a light and investigate I discov- among troops "shows negligence and through one deserted city after an. the neatest fashion and Is too sweet

Attoraey.GeneraI-WiiiiautamarMon. ; :'xTt ::JN'S'UB..A.N'O: ] might contain the game we wanted.It ered that I had killed a panther. The is a reproach to the authorities." I other, some containing a buildings jfor any thing" said a fashionabl

.Icello.Treasorer., -. Bepresentlnff the Liverpool and London took them twenty minutes to get into beast was perched on a limb of the can not accept this statement without in a tolerable tate of preservation: it widow to our swetgirl reporter. 4- S

_F. J. Pous, Macolenney..Commiaioner and Globe Company. position and pretty soon a fine buck tree directly over the spot I had at a word of explanation. A soldier a, Is not strange that this tcwer should ; The handsome leader of fashion who

.. of Agriculture B. -, deer came trotting toward me. I was first selected, and had I retained it ho prisoner, an inmate of an alms-house seem of such colossal hh1.. Undoubtedly Jiad been widowed for year or so, led

,ij'! mbweH. concealed by the trunk of the tree, and would have made me his victim in or a hospital patient may be suppliedwith it was erected in he middle the way to a large room on the second

mptroller.Generlll-W. I). Barnes. L. C. HULL, ho came within twenty feet of me and place of the native. anti-scorbutic articles of food and of the dark ages and was -6ne of the 'floor. 'The door was thrown open and

..Atlja&aut.Jeneral-David Long, Cedar stopped. As he did so there was a One more instance; I was out one day yet develop scurvy, because he does wonders of the period. Atme base it the reporter took one glimpse and

Xe1:1.: Contractor and BuilderSTARKE "swish" a crash among the branches, with a native in the province of Siam, not eat them. measures 100 feet in cirr umference.3.nd :then started back. The place at first -
Superintendent S
Albert of Public Instruction- a sort of shriek from the deer and looking up the lair of a panther which Quite recently I was called to attenda gradually diminished ia a series of :sight looked liked the inside of a"liearse. -
Russell .
Jacksonville.United ; FLA. next moment he was in the embrace of had worked great havoc, when we sat rapidly-growing, sixteen years five stories to 30 feet at thi: uramit.- .

a great python, which had a tailholdon down in the shade to rest. I had been old, who had gradually become weak N. Y. Evening Post. i "It's the latest English, don't you q

s'I State Officer Plant and specifications furnished on short the limb above n.y head. This ser- up the night before and soon fell intoa and an mic. and whose gums on examination ... 5- know, and so in keeping with my ....

I. Register-S. C. Tucker, Gainesville. notice.promptly attended Carpenter to. work solicited aad pent was fully twenty-five feet long. drowse. The man dared not awaken I found to be decidedly At a Drinking Fountain.. crape gown. I didn't like it at first :.
Receiver-Z. T. Crawford, Gainesville. and at his middle was nearly as largeas tender and spongy. He had a comfort- but J do not believe I could sleep in
Bnrveyor-General B. Bloxham, TaVUhuiee. Hand-made brick for sale either the killr me and ;yet was too cowardly to remain "Have a drink. Pheeb :
dellrered at the depot. a nail keg. Why he had not at- beside me. lie therefore quietly able home and was supplied with an "No, drink Sadie." colors again." -
BEYATORIiI.- "" tacked me is beyond my power of climbed a tree, and I went sound abundance of nutritious food, but, as "No drink." ; The room was furnished with a hand-

Bon. Samuel Pasco, Montl ello. guessing. He must have known of my asleep. I had been in this conditionhalf his mother told in reply to my "Uh-ugh.you You drink." some suite of white enamel and the :.

Ron. Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville.REPRESENTATIVES. J J. W HICKS presence and he surely had no fear of an hour, according his calculation questions he lived almost solely upon "Drink I" bed-spread and pillow-shams were of r

I I'. ,, me. A serpent of that kind, when when a great rock snake came bread and meat. "Drink yourself.'' black satin marveilleux, embroideredin
Ibtt District-lion. R. H. M. Davidson The two patients I bring before black velvet applique. with silver
to attack would strikeat you
hungry out -
a ledge a yards away and "Uh-ugh. I'm not rntnh thirsty
Qnhicy.Becond. an elephant, so far as fear was con- approached me. This species of ser- owe their disease to the fact that they thread the monogram of the widow '

Port Orange.District-lIon. Chas. Dougherty, JT1 BARBER cerned. He was almost exactly above pent is kin to the pythons and anacon- have steadily refused to eat potatoes, anyway."Well I'm in no hurry. You drink, [being worked in silver on the center of 5-

my head and he would have renderedme das, only much more fierce and active. although abundantly supplied withthem. Sadie.. [both spread and shams. The toilet

U powerlrws with his first blow. The native saw, but dared not speak.If The potato is one of the best "Age before beauty I lIe! He! |I table and little escritoire were draped ,., -
anti-scorbutics!:, and is believed to derive j in the same manner and at the windows .'
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... -AND- Some months subsequent to this incident he aroused med was certain to moev Drink Pheeb. I
PATENTS. I was walking in a path througha and receive the terrible fangs and the this property from the potassium "No, you drink. I drank first at the j were thin curtains of black liberty -

a t Hair Dresser. forest over two hundred miles from deadly embrace. He said that the which it contains in large amount.. The other fountain." silk against white lace. 4
Wo the snake opinion thit potassium is a highly "Look here" said the pretty widow< ,
this spot. were on march crawled over my legs three or "That doesn't make ary difference.I .
'-, OPEN AT ALL TIMES. twenty-five or thirty of us, and had for four times, and twice it seemed on the anti-scorbutic substance. and that its i: got the cup first. You drfcli."" and she threw back the bed-covers

Shop on Call St. Just East of Railroad half an hour been traversing a path point of striking me, and had I movedin absence from the food is one of the "No. You drink!" :'i; displaying sheets of black silk hem-
FRANKLIN HOUGH. causes of scurvy was first announced "' .. stitched in white and black silk slips
used by animals in going to a drink- the slightest I would have been "You drink! ,1
Will constantly keep ')n hand a full ing place. I had been in the lead for made a victim. Happily! for me, I about forty years ago by Garrod and And so on for about fiv-p 'minutes to!r on the pillows.

SOLICITOR OF line of the following goods for sale : two hours, when I dropped back to slumbered on;and by and by the ser was adopted by Liebig. the rapturous delight of the thirsty, "1 dress in black from top to too"
Dandruff Cure to ceanse the hair. i The diagnosis of a case of primary !!I she continued. "I wear black silk underclothes 1'
One two
b a Cream consult with one of the "bosses. pent went off through the brush, and crowd waiting for the! young;
of Roses for the face to
sunburn tan freckles and smoothe remove the' of the natives took my place and passed the native dropped from his perch and scurvy presents no difficulty toone women from Geehaw to,v settle :the'. black satin corsets. and a
:irlt d i P hnu had not feet whena aroused me.-N. who has closely observed a single well- ]! black silk petticoat and I even have
; i Fdga kin. A full line of Razors and Hone on but he gone fifty Y. Sun. question of precedeneaj Chicago
marked of the disease but : I lined with black. My friends
BODstaatly on hand;old razors repairedJ. serpent of the same species which case ; secondary Tribune. ,: :: my gowns 5'
W. HICKS was hidden in the foliage of a tree, While workmen at Gardiner, Me., cases i. e., cases occurring in j 3 t I tell me they would sleep as comfortably -..

925 F street. Near U. S. Patent! Office.WAShINGTON. Marke, Ma. struck and knocked him down and had were excavating for the foundation ofa the course of another disease, are very -There is a grim huml r.abot1t some; in a coffin as in my bed but find

two coils about his body before a shout new building they came upon a apt to bo overlooked. The patient be- of Judge Lynch's executi lr1s. A ban!;: it a delightful resting place." k $

f D. c. was raisedI hurried forward with liquor-seller's outfit of peculiar design.It ing already confined to bed the painson president in Southwest! Texas raadt]I "And do you know," she continued

WHITE) tEGH nH my heavy shot-gun, but the snake was was a large liquor cask buried six walking, so great in the primary away with all the fun is undert hi| "a friend. who has just been made a S.J' .-

threshing the poor native about so feet under ground outside of the forms, are unperceived while the in- charge and then posted ijrj the door o. ,
that I dared not fire for several min foundation wall of the building the creasing feebleness is attributed in the his institution: "Bankj ujpendfcd-! '] mine, only with black jet monograms. -

All business before the United States Patent utes. Then, as the horrible head was tap to it being arranged on tho siphon primary affection. Lasegue and Lo- That night he was interviewed by a. A great many English women who are *

Office procured attended In the to United for moderate Mates and lees.'all' Patents foreign Eggs for Hatching reared to hiss at me I shattered it with plan the end of it provided with a groux;: who studied nearly one hundred number of depositors. who left :hiI1lhanging I not In mourning have black rooms" ,

countries. TRADEMARKS AND L'ABELS: regis buckshot. I was too late to save the faucet. This was concealed by a convenient oases of scurvy in the central infirm to a tree wl-h this n$tic=t and that is where I got my idea. -'

tered. Rejected applications revived and man, however. He had been crushedto brick carefully replaced after I ary of the prisons of Paris during the pinned to his breast: ".l ank Freshen); I Then she led the way into tbondoir ,, --

Prosecuted. Information and advice as to ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 1Wbksjehorns I a pulp-a fate that would surely each drawing of the ardent, and siege of that city by the Germans in Suspended.: Bank suiunsiuns: :wiIi I all furnished In VIVId ffellow, :

obtaining out charge.Patents cheerfully furnished with- have been mine had I continued two cemented in position.: Above this 1S70: state with reference to their cases not occur very frequently in that lo'a1ity. .. even to the two canaries that piped fh

in the lead. opening second tube of secondary scurvy that many of them their golden cages.
Benelkt'tdl! or Model for free opinion el'ftb.. minutes longer connecting with _ I1#L_ ...
Knap's color to .Iof.
the cask wall would have been overlooked but for -m G -. "Yellow is'the next tb1ac.I ,
M to patentability. most profitable fir Florida. eggs On the Benne river to the east of passed through the and r
S variety their daily careful search for its' manifestations -A Chicago >,'t in an hour it know" she explained "and then
negro \
Copies of Patents furnished for 23 oonUMob. jartjfully pcked! and deJired at EsprtMf Cameron mountain, we had two or it was through this the stuff was you
Correspoadeuce luiUe. f flxc at aV.Te prIce Addrz! three traps set for lions. One of these poured when the indicator :ran low. in all thepatients' under a cold storage room tj rce if it vrai!i my husband was a Baltimorean and 1 (

O. C. KNOX= was a log trap the same as is used for The officers searched in '-ain.Years ago their care.-Dr. F. P. Henry, ia Medical what it claimed to he.' flu fi'ozeunost;) : I have the oriole colors black and ye!. '

It j Highland. Clay (ecu-ay UoriJa bears in the United States. It was, inS I to discover: that particular rum-shop. and Surgical Reporter. and ears are proofs that; it was low. too you see."-Upholsterer. K*

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7'.::4f; ; t." "r lor the rates- of- wages: in the fcouth' are state of for Florid!heim and>ortatiou shall of make seeds arrange-1 tint he i I II I N CIRCUIT- COURT, 4TH JUDICIAL Notice.. CIRCUIT. : I f I
UlilfiTY the mehts | OUT
those in

j LORaafOrd I..-___.- ', JBR/UFURI) 1 1KLM/PH coi NoHhera'iderably.u.tes lower, owing tonsiitutca than tb the rlKnpness.f lance IIn I' lite may pr''P'"f deem direful of value and to this Judicious stnte. and dlrtri-l for m4t I OF 1 FLORIDA.FxNmcx y.BRADFORD KU.IJLK l As'-uropslt. COUNTY.by' uj ofT AT rij t I

living, und this .81' I 9-. V of Jtturbmeof.
--J'UBLlsn: )WJI:1I:1U.Y COUNTY.,"LOBlD TUDBbDFOBD item in the account us to, offset all dL't\d. tiiiiiun of lh mime, also lor the exchange 1} J. H.:GasooBT.j ) Sum IWOI130. 1130.7be With .a T "or giving up my
countries or udjuiailug present bu' h.. .
u iI nf seeds with fon.-igu 'iJ r.
J. H. and all other .
defendant Gregory, sell out tire stock of
I %iIsItIgc' I nod mf FURNlTUKK
.1 1. Co WEBB. I I difference! in the the schedule I.fI l *iMte foraeed from this slate, I L V penon Uttemt 'l are ereby notified of the
The ,
i ." f Editor and Proprietor.J.tJ..C..PTIOll to Iimt- complication as llH-ir distribution In n proper manner shall, Al. connp is
-- Published I I wages certain Le entirely under his"supem>iou unit conS __ a zpf nt aud are hoivbv .iequltU to spprur
rwI I tile strain of competition .becomes mine and-uNad or demur to the declaration filed
& $ *1.OO A E. i-essiog. and the workmen in the old c-s- trul..t. herein by the l't McnJay In Aucuat. A. D. 1889. i iV
:!1AREL.: .. "' :. tabh"hedmills have managed to preserve The Commissioner shall! collect the same being the 5th __
., : H for manufacturing Rule day of this court or judgment will he taken
: According to Act of Containte ndard of by their specimens of wood suitable ,
4':, Enter* n living "t wage him by
Editof y.fR Post Oflia>, Starke. Fla., at hccordClntM i rx-ri-ittent. rigitatiou and organitution sire und other purposes, and specimensof against dtfault.Et'l'oo ot WILL t

-; ;; 'jS Matter. likely to find the urw condition printed ugriculuiMl, mineral phosphate and I A Pril 1*. 1S89. Att'yi for pl'tlff.
%b'I : vm I bthU energetic Lompetliion from IhfS. marl deposit* of the state and Cause cur- I 1 hereby certl'y that the foretrolnguacorrrcl
of the original folk of cotnmeixfment of
; $ A drove of Texas ponieR in town I nth to be full of intcir to them ia the rift analyses of such at may be deemed I null copy lu the above entitled cause now op file ID ray ,
,( .." .. ... early fill ure. be him expedient and record In a suitable office.Wltnfi.

TbeTob p" ia about the only thing that can Lending repre&enlativfs of the (Iron industry book, kept fur that purpose such analysis my baLd and seal of office this 13th :

draw from the St&rke people. in the South style that the South together with the name of Lime county in day[ISEAL.1 of April. A. D. 1889. W. T. WKEKH.Clk .

: money I ern turn ices are making money at the which such mineral phosphate or marl Circuit U-urt. -

Ii, prc.cnt low ruesif iron and aie riux| 'bing may be found to exist, nnd "hall publish I n
lit large orders n-adily and evidently! such facts with h.s aanuul report which 4K1H9 Notice for Publication. VV

Of all U 1 : ,.,,. The pear crop llii season is going .i.nleoiplale C'onlrolling the mniketn in report shnil be distributed through the I.ASD Orncc AT G"MtaTIUE. FLA., I 1

\.t"'lItf. '.: been anticip lime and making staiou? inroads upon the state to Ihe vatious agricultural oriranixHUons June"l*t. ltt>9. f $
pI&_ to 1* heavier than has errttory( of the ouerntor in 1'ittsburj ana find f.ssoC atioo8. and lu such other N(' I named settler has tiled notice of hla Intention
ne pevt ated. Already a great many pearslu.e he Vit -Metropolis.Too manner a* he think best to pro-note
.. .,.!,: may to make final proof In support of his claim and t1te next Thirt
4 I lli" interests of hjniciiltunr.Sec. I that said proof wl l bo snide before Register and '
WUIZ t' } been shipped. Wet for Cotton. r 6 It shall be the duty of the Commissioner POWDERAbsolutely Reedier at OalnevUIc Fla.. on August lIt 1889, a
Daniel I of Lakeside Florida. H.
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f"rof. Gainetidlle"oteUy Sun The nd vices from the growing cotton of Apiculture to nrrlugIJU! E. No. 12S04. for the SWJf of NWX and N Wit of ": 'rB
Now The crop* sic meagri. The ruins have ulopt some plan for collecting and pub- SWli Sec 86 Tp 7 8 Range 2'l E. lie tames the

-' make a bow to the world thin week. L-ontintieil lu the jntcl br. rendering te! ishing.gricultuiul.. hum ticult urmil. porno, Pure. I following wltneRWB to prove bit continuous ra O.'A.'
Idence upon, and cultivation of. Raid land riz: MOITT
and atxl and farm statistics in connection E. ;
glound Wet foggy, dome reports ngical
It in neat G-coIumn folio and tliorouglily J. W. UatU. J. W. Moore. O. W.Wiley Thoma.a .
say that there is considerable grnn.- springing with his annual report. In such form and! IIAt'el''arlfl A ruarvel I ixou. all of lakeside. Hortda.

Demonratif, KO it* editor up. The rains have caused a cbvldedeiidiocy number as he may deem best or us the of hi'H'OWder strength und wholesomeness 8. C. 1 rcua. ReRister. ,

r. in the plhiit t<- run to :loaves in- financial condition of the department will More purity of-onoinicsl, than the ordinary ARKBJ (CALLSlREKT) PD(

\ '. say*. _ 8't nd ot fruiting. In oilier portion of the pet mil. and he shall before the fir( day kind*. uul nuinnt be bold in nntnprUtion Notice for Publication. .A., _____ _TVr.TJVVVVVT__._ U -A
r cotton belt the tain have) not been asxevcre of January in each \/lr,furnish till tax with the multitude- low teat, Mhori LAND OFFICE OAINESVILIC, FLL.l I
14 f. We projxfce publish from time and fteady as they have been in assessors of the severulgcotintics of the weight alum of lhnsl'lhuc4| powders is hereby given June that l"t.the 1889.followiuic-f To my Pat/ons ami the general Pnblie I would res

:' to time the new laws as passed by Georgia and report HII a rule are generally state with the necessary blanks together I Sold emily in cans. Royal ikiiifc Powder NOTICE xetiler has filed notice 9f his intention that I am Ntiu at.'my out stand, ready to servo my V
good. The report of the agricultural with such instructions ns will properly I Co.; 108 Wall-st.. X Y. to make float proof in support of bis claim, and t
the last legislature. Next week we bureau, it is tftought, will show up a go<>d direct them in (that( work.s and such blank i that said proof will be mode before Judge of the flOtiC( AH heretofore, I shall in the future It' my best]
1'r I hta absence. Clerk of Circuit
Circuit Court
", will give the new road law, which veruge for the whole twIt. but Georgia shall contain only such questions UK relate Court at Starkr,or, Fla.II ,011 July i6th. 1889.viz: Silas out good work :t a low figure. I solicit the attention c V

00' will probably' Le below the average. to agriculture, horticulture and stuck DRUG STORE.a D. John's (If Lake utler, Fla.. H. }: No. J22I8 !
everyliody is interested in. Hejporis from Georgia. South farolina ising. for the NE}{Sec 26 Tp4 Range 19 E.

Lir.: ". and Florida show that ih t tea island cot Sec. 6. It;, slit U be Ihe duty of each and continuoiTresidence lIe names the following witnetea and cultivation to prove his of. Carriages :

., ,." Without a single exception the ton acreage does' not vary much from that every IIIX assessor in this state, wheu list. said land. viz: William upon Nettles 1>. J. Shaw. ,, Bu -

O'JI Southern condemn the of last year, but if anything is rather a lug property for taxes, to also call on all J. II. Viuiiig and John Alrord,all of Lake Butler, asWagoD..S

newspapers slight incr There was not tax payers in their respective couut'es engaged Florida. i
IJ i Any who de-Ire to protest against the .
"go person
8ht acquittal of McDow for the murdeiof stand principally owing to I in agriculture horticulture aud 1 ; allowance of duch proof or who knows of any : '

Dawson of Charleston. It germinating life in the seed, hut second stock raising for necessary facts und in- substantial reason under the law and regulation : aD.
i'}? : r, Capt. planting did fauly well and the rains !million for tilling out such blanks a of Ihe Interior Department. why ouch proof cir any other style of
should not be allowed,will be given an -
.1. t ; can never be raid again that the have bdp-out but if the rains con- the Commissioner may furnish them nnd at the above memtioned time and place to

fill South crime. tinue fl they have the pant three for uch service each tax assessor shall be cross examine the witnesses of sal l claimant, .:
rk the tendency.will be h, shorten the paid five cents for each tux-payer in the ; to offer evidence in rebuttal of that cubmitied bychiirn&iit. VE.'HICLES.Plows
4.' yield as' too much rain wi make too occupations heretofore mentitl:- II. fiom e .
: Register.
Sullivan and Kilrain fight atNew much plant growth and few bolls. whom information for tilling out blanKs is : :

ON.. Orleans on Monday caused anjauch What the cotton wants." said a practical obtained and listed to be-paid by their: J. L. GASKINS ; Notice for Publication.LAXD .

I. cotton man the other day. "is neither an respect lye counties in the same manner Harrows Cultivators

t excitement and occupied a? excess of rain or dry weather, but occasional that the fees for assessing state and vuu-. UI'un IN OFFICE June GAI 1st.UVlf.J.It 1889.,-Fu.. I\ ,

much space in the daily papers as showers every week or two until t ty taxes are now paid. Should any assessor Drugs & Medicines NOTICE ia hereby given that the foliowl g- And
The the !hitter part of August. With r of tuxes fail or refuse to comply pettier has filed notice of his intention : other. 1-Yrniing Implement
11\ tho last national election. After 76( weather the sea island crop 111loriuf up with the provisions of this act Mud the Starke FlatPhysicians' to make nn-vl proof in support o' his claim and -r
"I toNlthonghtT that said will be made before.T. Weeks.
rounds the Kilrain and but these rains of the Commissioner the proof REPAIRING oP Vi-hicles; Aiirieultural Imjilenients
a'.r. backers throw up infield quality are instructions I lerk of Circuit Court at ,tatkt, Fla. on July Tuj
not"cood for cotton.I board of county commissioners of their 26 h. 189. viz: William J. Nettles.ol Ijike But. Gnus, Pistols etc., made neatly and Rtiontjly by .
PeteBecausfll Ink the sponge, and Sullivan was declared Thu rice ciop ctolflUt1; to 'look well I respective county shall, on notice from: Prescriptions 26Tp4SRangel9E.He ler. Fla. H. if:. :No. 14004. lor the E\ of SWJf Sec I, Workmen. Only the best materials used.exf]

the' the victor.If notwithstanding t the continuous heavy the Commissioner of Agriculture with Carefully CttmiMtnnded at all fiour*-day ot names the following witnesses to prove his

ol bWe" in i TVS. and no (bad reports have been received hold the fees due such H* es IlIr for assessing ;/.' continuous residence upon and cultivation of, HOUSE SHOEING according to Scientific Pr'i-I Ir
of any change by reason of too the Mute and county tax"S until said land, viz:
some cntcrprizmg person, who much rain. Silas I).Johno. of Lake Butler... FU..,
notified by the Commissioner ot Agriculture

z. lIst, has plenty of money to spend, would:i The corn crop is also looking splendid. Um. such assi-Wor has complied with U. D. MINER J.D. J II.Shaw.Vlnln ... ,..

\ In. erect hotel the Savannah News. the law. and uM tax ussessms are hereby John Alfortl GARDINER PASTAriK
l a large on banks of S. C.TcnKER.Rt AND
I1P nL11 & required to till out and return said blanks
Kiogsley 1 lake there would be no Florida ... California. to the Commisoioncr not later than October gisl or.

'\ troub'c to keep the house veil filled .There have not been far from 2.500 car of each year.sec. Notice for Publication.LAND .
L.nds of oranges shipped east from South 711 laws anti parts of law in Et Bradford County,

\ with guests all the year around. rlCllliforuidurinJor the past season. I It conflict with the provisions of this act are OFFICE AT. OAINKSVII.LE.. FLA., I
\ June 28. I** i
For bathing and fishing there is no claimed thht owing to the immenseFlorida hereby repealed. JU' Is hereby given that the following "
\ crop that prices obtained for California i- ec. 8. ThM* net shall take effect immediately : V settler hat filed notice of his intention

place that can qual it. It is only fruit have averaged 50 cents per upon its pi>-agc aud approval to make final proof support of his claim R11 ESTATE AGENT.ORANGE
and Id will be made before W. T.
ACc -. five njiles from Starke, and for a box lower than last year. Selling Cali I by the Governor.Apptovcil Yprpr: ; : VV Weeks.that Clerk an of proof the Circuit Court, at Starke, Florida .
f"wiorangc at and inn in Chicago did I May 17 1889. on August 15th.**9. viz: Ira Sturgis. ofAVorthtntclon. I

refort for Starke folks would prove .,t prove satisfactory. oeaMoned by the ----- ----------- I Florid II. E. No. ].', for the -..-- --

a bonanza and make a fortune for discourage inents put in the way by commission I- $1OO I w.rd. $100. \VATCHMAKER EJJ Range of 19 N\W E.: He and names W. of the XK following* ofSec witnet KTpflh" i

men. The readers of t'e -Aillif to prove his continuous r.sidence upon. and cul
the hotel keeper. Some statistics may not prove unint'T- pleased learn thai there ia at least one tivation of. said land, viz: 0 L. Mizell. Thomas GROVES. ,
I csting. James Andrews of Pomona, tbe Ireuded disease that science has li.*enable ; .J"} W1)VLJEU of H. mines M. C. Gill J. J. Urooks,all of Worthington ,

A great deal of interest i is bt-ing, town which became so famous during the to cure in all its stag**', and that I idCatarrh. .' STAKKE. FLA. Any,person Florida.who desires to protest against the

I manifested I l late presidential campaign sod! his oranges HalTx Ca'arrh Cure is th only I- Special attentitni Riven to repairing Watch allowance of mch pro.if. or who knows of any IMPROVED FARMS )

: '.' by the county schoolfupcrintendent 'on the trees the last season for $823 .1 positive. .cure now.. known. .to the ruedi II I- Ociockgund Jowclr.i.; for iStiir.rash.Notice.. All work dourrason't.1e substantial re.Kon. under the Liw and the regulations ,
at pr "F of the Interior Department why such
(;ai tnucrnity. iatarrli "c'ol11l1tutioOl.1 I. -
rnd Doinjj
: omc of the per acre. The year before he sold the disease constitutional proof should! not be.allowed. Will l>e dvenal,
teachers in fruit on the same trees for $1.153 per ucie requires opportunity at tneaoove men loneu lime ant
a teachers' insti. t reatmenthail's Catarrh Cum Is taken WILD LA
1o I on the trees. Hon. L. (.'. Police of Lebanon piacft to cross-examine the witnet sea of Mid
tut We that : i internally, acting directly on the blood J1EREAS Pavid L. Alvarez administrator of claimant, and to offer evidence in rebuttal ofthat
r t
hope N. II who
I our people will owns a of nine "
grove and of the Ib I', submitted claimant -
..., inurus system. re- the cMateot :M. F. Brown.late of Bradford by r V
. It ;. doff*eir homes to the teachers and acres at Riverside sold hU entire crop on by destroying the foundation of the diseaoo Count}.. State of Florida deceased, has filed Inmy S. C. TUCKER. Register. of land to tiSOJTHKRN
,000,000en's belonging >
"Th,. the trees for 4400. Much of the trait and Riving the patient strength, l y office a sujrge-tion of the insolvency of aid -
make them comfortable during the there is sold' in the same way. N. W. building up the constitution and assists estate these are tberefoic- notify all persons $200 lleward.A IsKlLWAY
and tli .. holding claims al'lIDsll4.1i,1 e tate. to tile the : CO., .listributed throughout ..
in kina convention. The teachers need edu- Hlai'chard. of tfanta Paula owner of a ua'ure in doing its work. The propri- same in my office.ililv authenticated un or by reward of Two Hundred Dollars will he paid f'O.
100-acrc orange grove. has shipped 25 carloads tors have KO much faith in its curative the Second It.ly of January A. I). 1800. on which by the County of Bradford for the apprehension, extending noiitlnv.ird from tin-) south boundary of Gcf-r : ..11.
cd to thitnY cation'and the }best way for them to l of fruit receiving therefor somethingover I powers, that they offer One Ilundrel day there will lie made probate dictrilmtion, of arrest and con\'I.'lIon ot the person or persons r
. ma t.1airs 11'f obtain' $13,000.lm his lilt' grove of 15 Dollar for any ea'e that it fails to cure. the assets of sal.l estate among the creditors of who murdered Ocorpe Ruff and John Rut in a u in Monroe rounty. .9t '_J,--.. .
it i i. in '
II', a teachers' convention. Send for lit of testimonials. Add the Haute. section house on the F. C. & I'R.. R.. about 13 5 ,
acres of lemons he has sold $12.000 worth resF. -* seal this 24th. .
sour Witness my hand and May A. mile- rth of Hampton in Bradford Count,
o Ice literal with your teachers and of fruit. He Las one of the finest groves .J. OnENKV & Co.. Toledo, 0, D 1*I'J. \\'!. F. MALpnuK- o n the night of May 13th. 1HK9.Offered Liberal Terms-and Special Inducemer'

'.&tu. j.. '. in Ventura county, which up to within _Sold ball Druggists. 75c. [SEAL. ] County Judge. and published by onl r 0 the hoard nf --
will, the bem-fit back _
tn you got upon 47 GIP.O Count Commissioners Bradford County. Fir
''It& the last to or thiec yai* has: been poor Py of Jurors. ri Or : r your children. paying property. His gr.ive i i:4 about 12 I Tf. .\. TODD. t _
Notice for Publication. .
, NY -- years old.There .\x ACT to tIN the compensation of juror Attest: Choira Il; V -ms -
(1" and witnesses serving in the courts LAND Orrice "r GAINESVILLE .'I..L.l W. T. WECK 350O *
The Farmers' Alliance has arc'rr} few groves in YVntiirn Acres of IVillinniH ami S\\.attn' ,
- ur ac- 15 Cl'k Circuit Court.
v1 of tiii* state. May IW f Ii I -
-', '" <'olJll'l\bb'd\| one if it couity. The greater part of succeM-ful lie it act eJ t the slatun- the N'OTTICK ix hewt\ \1'tl. that the following- ex offiuio Clerk ant S-n'l A. Swann yitnate oili siili-s of tIle 'Jllritlli Lid ertut
.' great object citrus fruit crowing i it carried on in more en by Lfg elller liue tiled noticf uf hit inteu- Auditor \'lirlnf V 1111 } .m"
4. Miccccl;! in southern counics.'hil of the State of Florida: tioii to make tlnal proof in support of his claim Co. (Commissioner V ". or ''
the some
inducing cotton Washington Navel vaiieties Section 1 That prand: and petit jurors and that said proui will be made before W.T. By N. I> WjixRiotrr.Dcp'y tion CV line of }|:iilroi ;, arc good we Week.- ,clerk of tlicircii trciurt at Sturke Fla., -
growefs to use cotton I in nf .
the courts of I this
bagging serving
fc.. ex- have never seen any orange* in California any slat.- on July 1tll.11'8t, 'i is: Snniiv.on M. ('*ncr, of Special Jlaster's Sale. Cedar Ivfyn, on the (Julf of \"'(-xifo. '
k rliifcivdy. Cotton bagging is made equal to those of the Indian river and shall receive the following compensation, Lake Uutler, Fla.. II. K. No. 1 918, for L..13 Sec. 't".
-0 some other of Florida. Scale is to-wit: I In the circuit court, county criirIIIH 1 8 Tp 6 S lUne 2"I E. H" names the following BY virtue of a deereo rendered?>y the 11'}", I
n _, in Um .South ami m.illions of dollars portions l court of 11cord and the court wiine-sef inovc his oortinuju.> r forr. playing haioc with lie trecu in around county and cultivariini .r. 5-.id Is ml, viz: \\-. II. Ederds. of (in' SLit. of Florida m. thed nay: of ,
. b. will lx saved to the Southern states Lo Angelos and Pasadena. In many I two dollars for each day of attendance, J. M. THRUMS. 'I. N. Roljort-iund H. E.Slokt3 F..hnlarA.l). iSHH in a i-ause lately pending I ORAN GRDVS and.. IMPROVED FARM! 'J t
cues whole orchards have |MHII cut down. and Irn cents a mile for !)ihg0.1 rut urn- ,all of I-uUe: hut I.r. Kl-i. i iii thr Circuit Court of Bradford Comity, in said :

&LIL'" hal las heretofore been pent to for- What a glorious state Florid t would lit' i ing bT lie iicnrojt practicable route: incount'y :-. C 1'l': :K. ItR'i>ter. Judicial plnlrmnt Circuit and Jchn wherein I,. Wynn Owen and Owens Narcis wi- con}.nn- A SPECIALTY. .

,4''a vipn ecuntrii'8 fur juto. In an oil or if in our incomparable climate; could hi- judge's court and .justice court, were drfontlantii. which said decree has been ..,
,.-' rained there with the same case and surrvs fifty cent a day for each dI attendance DLHIl\ l'I lII duly a-o i"neil, Mt over and tlan..f.' rE'd to Owe Send V hc..
column ill be found resolutions) upon court.Src. Owens. Jur-ior. Mho is now co-itrollinK the saini descriptive pamphlet maps etc.
as nr.sod in C
they IIifrnilthl'
int&te TaTa
I.as Special MasU-r appointed by said dtrree to ,
'."\-( : by the county Farmers' Alliaure. different products of that state Florida 2. 'dial witnesses duly summoned! & PENINSULAR R. R. execute the provisions thereof, will, on t..e: 5th xx Ct'
can raitc incomparable citrus fruits and shall receive for each day of attendance day o August, A. D. 1 S9. the same being the bt .
Formerly he F. IS. dc N.Co.
.- The merchants have fair some vegetables but when compared with : in circuit court county criminal court of Monday of said .nonlh and a public sale day in LIJts f :J: : :wetQv; 'h JapertOoai
record and the StandardTime_ V.ed.-.Jlluel, 188ft.. front of the court house door in the town oftarke. .1oI 'j
"ivarnirtg and) mty; kr o\v what} to expect. those of California (the amount seems too county ct/urt, one dollar T lu said Brat ford county within ICjlalhours :0.-<
insignificant for r.nmp"ri oo. Of course and twenty-five cents, and ten cents for -3-i J 7 rSOUTHERX DIV'N.I 8_I of sale of said day sell to the highest and
we would not of each mile traveled in going and returning 3 Q) p 10 C5 i a Lv Fernandlna Ar7 3 05 p; 8 30 a best bidder. fur cash the following describedland .. ,1
fr .. pprak 'disparaeingly from 7 W pin' 4."> a I.v Jacksonville Ar'! 1 W p 6 10 a l situated ia Bradford County, Florida to- Pilate er.lC,
court the.ncarl.'t'l
Florida. Fhe is advancing nobly, and in by practicable 680pll27nLv| | Callanan Arj 15.'IJI, 6 40 a lit: The NEV of the SWV Sec 10 Tp 7 8 UI bryGnds( .
A gentleman remarked in our pre- many respects is making strides which, route, and witnesses in the county judge's 8 30 p:U 42 pLv: Baldwin Ail-J4ip! '! 500 a E, containing49 acres. Sale made to satisfy ,
t under similar circumstance no othersta.te court, and justice court shall receive a fee 925 p 1 27 p!Ar Lawtoy055p ArllH8al353A' terms of said decree. .
""1'(' the other day that the city of t in the Union has make.KX' of fifty cents per day for. each day's atrcnqnnce 142pAr Starke ROBPBT KEITH .' GoyerSecrel
or can : 10*) nl a 27 pAr! Waldorho Z qi: !Wlll20i a July StMSffl. ____ Special Mat r. YfD/K/
.- IHftrkv nvcr ''\'11(1 amount to myIhlng : I I I upou COJrtj I: : 3C-2 'Ar III\Wlhrrn, Allli12auj' 21))11- ---- < p-- V *" ,(
eec. 8. The thiala dpl201a'! sr.l'.1tt
I 'compensation and fec 4 Ar 9 NOTICfi. M rawfaAttor
" until) it citizens )learned *o&ihiMion I '. IA. alllZO! ; .
to .ate ( .r of Agriculture. provided for in thin act shall be paid nt I I 350 a 4J p Wildwood Ar 8 00 p ..
5Mn 6 10 Ar 7 i'5 ni 7 08 I In Circuit Court
l.ecliburK 4th
Judicial CircuIt of Flonidi
work gether, and to work for thegtud AN ACT to establish a Bureau flffri- the time and in the manner provided by COOa94ti 6401'r p/t Tuar LiLv 7 fA700p' j Bradford County.. The StAle of 11cm Ida.J. c ello;:
t.P culture in the State of 8'. p Ar __ | Tr u
M. S. J.
of iStarke. He Aid 'Your lawSec. t.rhtndoL'I Truby Sternburff")) tcstic
;L.. :' : define the powers and duties of the 4. This act shall take effect from 31 I | ) I I & E. Strong. Merchants and I (t1X Tuu3 pi.

: ., ; proplr do not cern to realize that Commi! ner of Agriculture. and after its pacsage. TCOp: Lv Jacksonville Ar 810 a Partner doing business unJ J AssumpMt suit

t_ hat} i iC Be it cn.-icttd by the Legislature of the Sec. 5 That all laws and parts of laws 6 00 a Lv Wildwfwa AiPanasiffkee 845pKOCp der the firm name and sty>_! hy Atl.achmellt.of E'ti
i" \ good! for Starke u a city ingOf i Truby, Sternburg and f Suir sworn to
State of Florida 84)a72Ja Ar Ar I
: inconsistent with this act be, and the Company j 'W'C..t '
.: d (or thi-m There Section 1. That there is 1 Ar Sumterviile Ar : JO J' vs.A.LSCOtL.. l 5VJdte ('tJods Laecs M11J
> .., individually, hereby created same ere hereby repealed. 8 25 u, Ar St. Catharine Ar Ii 4' II j *
is a deal t.f truth in a Hureuii of Agriculture which department Approved June 8, 1889. Ar ficoochf Ar GO'p j &t
, ., great the above. shall he known as the Department 113011.1 Ar Dade City Ar 5 15 p The above named defendant A. L Rcott, nnd

Our enterprising citizens of Agriculture the head officer B. B. B. (Botanic 12 05 p' Ar Plant City Lvl 40Jp7tXp all other persons interested are het eby notifiedof GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS 'LSurX
seem to t.rjjugf of Ql004 U1..) ::23 I -iiCZDARKEYI'.t I I -ii:4 I : the Commencement of the above suit by at BOOTS AND -
department shall btn1er'Commis- If you try this remedy will tachment and are hereby
(.oruii 'r themfinlvvK first in you say as many required to appear
. ; -- all public ti'iner of Agriculture. others have nld that it is the BKST Wood purifier 1145ajIT, JscksenvjieArIILOpGlOs! plead or demur to declaration filed therein bythe FINE CLOTHING
. Uera. Sec 2. The aDd tonic. Write Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga. 600( id 240p' Lv Waldo At 1035: |' 340p 1Ie\ ,nth dAY of October A.D. It89. the same beIng ,
W They never stop! to Commissioner of Aeroul- 7 10 3 & Gat" vllic Ar 94Ja 230
.', for book convincing testimony. a pAr e" P the fIrst Monday of said month and the ruleJuly3.188D. .
-.:" think that lure thall perform such duties in relation J. P Davis. Atlanta Ga. West End write: 10 45 a 12 pAr, Archer Lv825ol215p443r | day ot this Court, or judgDl.nt will be taken '. .
by helping Starke they to agriculture as be "1 consider that B B. B. has cured V V T Ktonson Ail 74Sa! against him by defa lt. \I ( ) \
hel tht'nl8tjlveR may prescribed by me o' rheumatism and sciatica.permanently" 7 00 plAr< Cedar Key Lv 63Q iia J.. I r( \ )f : b \ i. ', f.t
lii, Uw; shall have the sUptrvi)iuD of all: matters K. R. Saulter. Athen- Ga.. write: "B. B. B. I 1 I WESTERN DIVN I 2 I 10 Plaintiff B EBODaS Attorney.. I'I I; D a:11\ r.f'ttj D I .AlA f "J.

-- pertaining to the public lands under has cun d me or"an ulcer that had resisted all 7 ro pj 7 15 a,Lv Jacksonville Ar' 3 45 1145 P I do hereby certify that the abote tf a tii : I 'j t j i L\ ; :
Thp Macon railroad is regulations prescribed b/ law and shall other treatment. 800 p 8 (10 alAr' Baldwin Ar 3 II) PI 146p copy of the original notice now qn tile In my .1\I.
going toput' keep the Bureau uf Immigration. E. G.Tt sley. Oolumbiana. Ala., writes: ":} 1040p'!' 3SaJAr Lake City Ar 158p1122a omCC Wltne.1 my hand apd seal of Court this \
this mother and sister bad ulcrrated core throat and 11 5 a 027 a Lhe Oak Ar'1S8HDArl DMa Jwy, 88J. P. 0. BUILDING
through and He shall also' have supervision of the p jAr f
county, everybody scrofula. B. B B, cured them. 1 40 jJ1 :18 a' Madison 128 a 8 15 a W. T. Wzzaa i ,
i i. Sate Prison and shall perform such : Jacob F Sprecler. Newnan. Ga.. writes; "fl. 41 < [SEAL.]
glad of it. It will help the a 12 2p Ar610al Monticello Lv,10 on at c.25 a CJerk .
other duties 011be B. B. entirely cured me o' rheumatism in my .
as prescribed by law. ( 202p'Ar Tallahassee Lv: 9 00 a 3IOaIBOa :
county thousand of dollars, but 5cc. 8. The comroiSMotier of Agriculture -, shoulders. I used six bottles." 8 O> ai{ 3 03 p Ar Quincy Lv! StO.i Notice for Publication I --I-.- -444s.-i-I .
: Cham. No.2C 3 '
Ueinhardt Fountain atr et. Bal ,
8 20 at 4 m p Ar River Junctloi L'1| 7 05 a'l2 05
when they talk about it ehal] have power to nuke and csta- : timore. Md., write: "I suffered With bleeding a LAKD Orncc AT G
killing blifb such rules in conformity with this : piles two years and am iliad to say that one bot- Trains Non 1.2, 7, 8.11. 10. 13Idaily. Nog.3. AINESVILLC.' FLA. L PEALERSINSOHOUL
...tarke tie of B. B. B.cured ma." 4, 23. !4. 30 daily except Sunday; 31 daily except is hereby give''hlfVhe'foilQwln.
by not passing! through here, act A! will enable hit.i to carry t it is pimply a mistaken idea. A designs and purpose herein contained : if a quick cure for catarrh. Thre bottles cured I FERXANDINA AND"JACKSONVILLE Ba'CH, Ion to make final proof in support of hi bios* InteD- )1I.
spurtrack and to appoint Mid clerical assistance as me. I had been troubled! several years.'. Ko. CO. No. 6. No 5. No.61.845a430pLv and that said proof will be mad before claim W. T
to meet this road at the additional laltorsof his A. SpInk, Atlanta Ga.. saysOne botfl of Jacksonville Ar 8 JO 6ft> Weeks, Clerk of the Circuit OoUf1. i
Sampson I office mAY require a p at Star e r
B. B. B. completely cured my child of eczema"w. 10 05 a 6 00 Ar Ferna ndina Lv 7 15 Florida on August15tbJ 1889.viz Louis I. uXfbtX JfntUf1
p .00 .
rot to exceed two in a p ; Gay.
ill give ns all of the number. A. Pepper Fredonia. AU.. writes: "It. B. of Florid/
fr' ,
County ,
same privilegc8 Trains No,. 5 and .
Sec 4. The Commissioner of Agriculture ph. cured my mother of ulcerated son throat."' S' and 61 Suud< 8 dally, except Sunday. No-. No. J.3015 for the SE* of ?? .
as if the road actually pa88Mthrol1gb I bhntl bcex-oflicloa memlxr of the c y onJy. Range 17 E. He names the followinrwTtnwsel
sis a.m New Orleans Express, shortest a-a to hH SEA-SIDE ]
T4Tmun'tiivp CIGAR
prove continuous S5? FiNE
Starke, and at the same Board of Directors of the agricultural l and Who Owns she Land lit ".'ea, I quickest line to Middle end West Florida points, vatfon of. said Iud, Tb residence: John vpon.W. .
mechanical college of the slate.Sec. Who owns the land in' the United Peniiacola. Mobile and New Orleans. 7:15a. m 1\1. (lay. L. B. Gy, P.. B. Summers Osteen F. .
time it will)) pans through the very 5. That the duties of the ComniKiiitar States? Why the citizens do. or chnuld. and 7W:. p. ni, trains connect through to ThoreasTille. vidence, Florida. ,*11 of Pro- --

l-et portion of the county, which I shall be: would be the natund reply. But unfortunately cinnati, Chicago Montgomery and all Nashville.points North St. Louis.and West.(aim allowance Any person of who such desire to protest against the SUBSCRIPTltLNS RECEIVED FOR ANY PAPER OR lI.\G.ii

v.ill 1. He shall prepare under his own dilection it i ia not nltogfll I er sr, Some of Arrive at 9 43 p n;. and 3 45 p in. sub4aimtlal reason,uDder proof the or who law aD11 knows the of any solicited and prompt uttrntion given lit same. I

. ,0 develop faster than if it should a hand-'jook.! tcribing the geolog the best lands in this country are owned Gainesville.11 43 p In Hail Ooaia.and Express or all points South lations of the btertor Department Why recu-euch RTAUKB. FJi&.. aut1.lr.' 13. IMl ;a
J-s through other portions and : CI&l formation of the various counties by alien landlord Nearly' 22.000,000 Orlando. PanasoffkeeSt. Catharine Tavares.). DadeCity Apopka. opportunity should at not the be allowed will be given .
ill of this btate. and also the topographical acres 'f land are owned by men who owe PluntCitv." Arrives at I 51 p in. place to crow examine: the mcnticned whqossei time and ::: '-r_ ---- __, ___-_-_ .' -
consequently be of far 00 of lllild( -- :0. -
features of with P In Local, connects through for -
greater said counties information allcgloncc to other governments. This all points claimant. and to olrer evidence in rebuttal
benefit to the county at large than I ns to the general adaptation of the land is under the direct control and management South.Orlando Ocala, Tarpon Gainesville Spring, Leeuburjt.Southerland Tavarn tbat Iubmltttd 1W c1aiL"1An ot FOBt SA .' Sheriff's Si

fhould it *)I1! d said counties for the various produe's of thirty foreign individuals or tersburg and Tamps Arrives at 6 10 a in., bt. Pe S. C TICKICB.Notice. Regja UNDER and by virtue of &II
S come to Starke and yet not of the temperate and fcmi-tn-picnl companies. 1 here are 2.720.2 acres of 11 45 a 151 Cumberland Route Express.connect* FIVE ACRES OF rIA Nri. In CITY tho Circuit ('lIrwo iiV it
hurt Stark 7-onis And for the of mail! in MaMchutN. at Fernanduia with hteamer City of Brunswick LUIITS. Judicial tim cuit of FloriA ,
at all obtaining
purpose so that the men daily for Brunswick. Macon. Undeigo: M: ctlltiv.l. well certain cause therein peu a more geuei.il and careful estimate of the living in othi r countries and J LouisviHe Atlanta. Chatta. irtue end In of and '*,
I owing ulleginntv nooga. Oincir.nuti. St. Louis .and By pursuance an order mad* fenced witlQRANGE ; Alvarez I U plaintiff apum
A Ittw :. capacity and character of the soil of the to other powrrs own land enough Chicago. Arrives 1 60 p 111 b the raW" Jaro M' aillterJ" g ;. defendant, I have I rvi.l up*
Spirit la the Booth. n.u.ilii s in this Mute, he shall to make about ten sUtes like 4 80 p m Fernandiua Mail and KxpreMdauY &the tIXu l; Court 4th Judicial Circuit of jfK the first Moudav In Aii&.t. AJ
procure: Massaclius !
The r"lial| | gnnvih of nianufncturlne (correct analyses of the elts except Suuday. Connecting Tuesday aud Friday ,dated May 16tb.A. D, JSHft npoiotinui Ill!, : JK4R, C/RJl1 r; 5th day of;ta month ap.i,1I'I
same. more than the whole I under- I.
of New
with Coqwteioner du'Starkt. .r
Industry t U the Southern steamrr St.Nicholas for savannah and to sell the f"U fore the Court Home
ifte m(.rt states is one (if 2 lie shall give information upon the gland more than sonic governments DdlnSi; Thursday with Mallory steamers way for I lowing real *tate belonging to the estate fir E. PL U..H iv tIPPLE Trcw Flori.la durlnsr the HP
\14 nl '. encouraging signs of jbe time above iubjt-ct and others of intercbl totlioie to support a king. Tie largest En-1 AfWiork. Arrives hso a DJ. Sunday train nituate-1 N. Perry in 10&.1 Clsy County. Flonda. deeeairej. sell to the higbegJ bIdder. or(
) we manufactories of cotton and who till the soil of this state, for frl'l'dlolrihUlinh land I lenveH Jacksonville f 45 a m. I Bradford County, Ida,an.1 d I C. in title and Interest which th"&II
'. wo1rn goods ufo owu" any one man or This Bcribed M follows; the Nj of WJf good growing <:' had of April*
pringity I new M rvice Rives perfect otSW.. ori [ >nliiin.Vell t-f ] oa tUe W day
: on connections at **
1. up sMi- p
' every
hut at such lime as the Commis- ation is owned hIi Baldwin bEJ< of XE* Sec 28 Tp 6 S I Han
lor all I that following
foreign pointsorth a E. date I' the iHJ
rpepqe !n'U arid aii- corporation I East and I cobt.dn- w.er anti rrn.\
klt el :i
'f 11v141g lid tu furnaces i"hef may be prepared to do so. This called! the lloll.ind Land llI/npltny. Talk I Via Callahan, to all points North East and Weat.1. ing virtue two and one-half acres, more or less. By KUKY ATCII. to-wit: NE* less 55acm uW34Tr

'J' opt'ratJuQ- and the rnngniticextrHordin inl."r'nll.tlon bliall be in circular or pamphlet about the alien landhoHcrs in Irell1n.11T I I riateniandiia, ronnectine with steamer City I auction of the said appointment 1 will seU at puhll Call nn, or address. j jV. IS 8Ra f1.1 22 B, conJaiifl
aI'naJnnK aforesaid
; ; : ToIte.. are Ing form I of brunswick for Brunswick, Macon, Atlan I de-criUed land9 III ft.,.* ofNWi.4Sec9TpGS It1;
;!:- pith ry enterprise \'eIOJ'l'&l1 which shall be placed with u're i is twice as much land owned bv I and all points North and West. A. I erf the Court House door in the town of tarh ofjoILotOneSeci3Tacres
', tlie judges of the COUnty courts the aliens the I In said county of Biado1 > of.S.f"V
MreHdlllu. iron and in in United States all I berth1owned A> O. MacDonneU bel\'l't':1a the l..gni DAMKLS, : 19acre in SEJ*
'- ".m. mid Tvteee atel firms uf AIn I| rv\: \ i dive counties in thIS state, and to t by Englishmen in Ireland Think D. E. Maxwell, 0.1'. .. .L.,.. I It8'hours. of SAid sale on 3l0Dday. the 5tb daof Augur, Starkerdrd Of SWlf of SWJi Sec $TP 4 lj tjl
ue tj 'l1mr 1 agricultural: associations of the various : .f j it. More (kn. 1i:1nager."lay I Linda are situajemj 114 that Jul 3tf Co.. Florida.. of Sec 33 Tp 6. S Ran***e.-
plan all nicil.rs| oT I than 22,000.000 of land :i iiwned I pOrIlon .of the town
those irfF'11I1 rl counties this acres i -- -- _ TbolU&Iti\'lIlt of IItltrke catlel 1 ---L---- SEY. otEJ Mi'c21 TpSSK;
Val.l und OlH H'lii in Mate. by men in Eurow.. I bald lands well -- NXVJi of SEV andSEVof
i \ Improved
BirpJinghnin"fust : ( "ill ,
\ >u cough whtn a largi',
; The ShUo's'CUI'1' ('OlumodiuUIt of
at \1tCt ftnolherrj I Commissioner shall provide for I lrame It".t'llrn' N ot( C. Range 22 F-ft) acres. SW<
'PI iug itOtbtirgtIW --- will give iuiuiediute h\Itoe and other
1 he relief. Price buildings, with RW
tinpropir careful IIn
distribution .
(.-i now iir-vaiing! fpr inui'rlrt 1"4t I .'-d* that tl.e of any SUILOH'S CUUE will immediatelvrolievM 30 emits aOcontsand '1. 2 .aid other I/'Wlil. Said lands and orange nremi'mca grove sin rall'hura.Six .t'ob After da:; I viii apply liii' lion Wm containing? 'III hunired V*
MUI ,;. l'llt 1ht'lIl at .nv dh"uIV"ubJr.I I government of Lime United Croup. Whoopi..j Cough and i' : lIO.d to pay th6dt'bt, of AId utale Terms C4l ChUll'y Jii4ge df BradJ ,.Il.'ounty, for acres more or le s. PurvhirJ
.1I&t. !inuy cfoin; tp introduce "lIAf'JC\ETAr.K"l/\ ti/l" and purch4Ser paying for titln. lettersofmntnjtrston 01'0 the &
into the I rMchitii.) | RIVBMS Jog. frat h'l fleiger. late or estate of Allen Property pointed out by.
ANP S grant i-ertuuic, Pi'e : and tt .- i,!>, July 5th L B. HuovES Emafled tnun1\. ilc .-) < d.VANDILO .
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COOL DRINKSgo Tobacco SegarsPerfumery I I I Onr cracked nine returned from .. t i'-:* P1r..siioI. C.: V. 1It1eI1kIArl \00, i I r I. CoUnty ( _...'....., .' '. t

I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Sturke St. Augustine a beat lIiu Score I At a regular meeting"f Bradford Lodge i .titut ha-i hsii fut1I&h' :. JiilyIstIJPfhl 4'I
&Toilet Articlcles J 01 9 to in favor of St. No. 42 F. & A. M.. held June I5ih, A. U.18K9. ; enoUgh II. stttjrifri,cipil l"lUf. (*j V.WauKlt. I I mel d 10 ,:.1 -k. An! :fJ"2pfSir. :
( .f =I-as4 -' the following preamble and reiuilu-. now Prejldcnt of Gr.lliu f''I\J.I 3l.z.utrs 'If last nkt

MEACffAMS'Opposite Drugs & Medicines. n =- .. c. Fla., July 12, 1889. Will sell our lawns at reduced tions were unanrmotHf adopted: I C.'11)"KO.O anti .I"h.-t.. i Aa Tldlt..t'_ :: ..

hi;. I 2 Whereat, In our deeitnte condition we Prufl W ujh! ii nb >l1t 40 YM"r R Je" I..:. lie llrll. tietwi'ui1rrins JJ. '.
Prescriptions a Specialty. price
Well'cJ ; have found in the O c-ola Tribe of 1m- ,,.anil 1m* lm.I many yeN" exiH-rfciK w*.< mil. ", ? '" it t -' .0
Post Office. at RIVERS JOINER. I -tJ c Local affialrs. I Tntby, Sternburg & Co. proved Order of Red Men kind and himj j i teacher f. He has iu ht in Gainesville, I ,I ncW .r ;l 1 '. M t .
c jntuble I"I Ffnud this .stale anu rye,.. Report .civiiI. Ye .
J A few low frieiJl. who. regarding our Revere ; after leaving I .
= carriages at '
R. M. ALVAREZ, N. J. JONES ca l.if-gfu and heavy burdens, have so "Cner.jiiuslv j. teaching in Georgia for seve.' vl emt. kvis 1 I I. inIy ft ill pr yin# I- i' ;
e fo Plenty of Starke raised prapea anon Truby, Sternburg & Co. I manifested sympathy in their ri.s!'i>us cf fi-turning to Florid to re* )''I'b M. Allen f4'i Jtisti '. { Jr.t

Z.u..1l IN Dealer in ccs the market. Ladies' and gents' rubbers atH kindly offer c'f their innlding for our u v.2te I insiu pAtiflntiently. Ha hue a nifeaudhcVernlt .Irt tct No. 7. at'r.'vedPF, {
to as *Il cd. therefoie. Hint the thank*of children. Mrs. Waugh comes. or''n c frwsrsl l ;u th. ,. ,
LI.I ger.
Dry Goods & ( .d -c m The rain has ceased and the hot j F H Truby. Slernbun & Co. this Bradford Lodge No. 42 F. & A. 31.. recomrtenttesl as a most excellent musician -[lion from Il.it> {,t'J ciiiF t ;

GENERAL MERCHANDISE p .>. c. 3 aI weather at last set in. VVe are determined to clear om an eminently due and are hereby tendered and will' teach the muic depanment !| )Ir Millie J.nil !It I : "s: '_'.4u.I '
c c to our kind friends of the aid Oaceola in the Institute. 1'rof. Waugh ami family lint granted. J*! i-r Itrrsmooth. p'1
Groceries.Strawberry STARKE, FLA. -c -. m= LeConte pears are going to mar- our summer clothing. Come early tribe No. 1; and expect : to come down M on. and will no M. UiJnfr'-j KiclM'..' "j t'j'

g. .toe.cs- I ket now on every train. and get the benefit of the reduction. Rfialeeil Thari page in our Records doubt (roTe a useful and valuable citizen fur scholarshipV.II' !.f5: .Ji fl1s SeininirjhI:21i.14. i ;

I block Fanu of four forBALE. c I Truby, Sternburg & Co. be net apart tor these resolutions that to "' w. JJ.Y ". .
A tlirlc.I
I acre facing west end of U. D.MINEL Dr. and Mrs. Uhlein left Wednesday they limy be recorded for II peipetual I hi hsshLrr sail )t\. mlf' wltll, .. -
Call 8C SUrko.Fla, 400 H. E. CLARK, for a sojourn at Amelia beach. Raspberry julep; a new cool drink, memorial of the kii.dness of our friends. Sotnmtr Tldjt. building committee mirirrr. hri:e-.oy"r e' .'
ydi. from depot. New JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. never known in the city before, for shown us in our hnur of need. Be it also She'a S rer than a lily under Ci an"tr'.1ti.jJJ t1y I,. "-II..
wire ftnclDK Streets on Gardiner & Pace An)she.JD sweeter lhata a ro'f, Wheb cl'ft&l
, every side. About ooe Agent forJackonvi1le are preparing a sale at Meacham's. &1IOlrt'd. That a copy of thw resolutions Hinpl. t report mi said hri"i
dozen brarinz Orange Repairing specialty. GosUns Block. neat little pamphlet on I;Bradford Ladies' I be furnished to the Bradford County AnJ ,be knock her neighbor sf11wh4fl pl li-d. Iteporl rweivwl lruut; C,,WmftId'(
and misses'
tree Drained and cul'ivated Mil rble opera slippersat TELEGRAPH for publication and *l8 \ a :ah, wields thi eardea boIltt' in tin road controversy between :W.11. i *

condition and to net in excellent this tAIL Starke Fla. county. your own price at copy to our kind friend ot the Osccola Sbf-lUU her skirts from diugcfVih Mxlttmr ami N. I). IlJL 1"u. must) th '
C. L.Peek, Starke. Fla. WORKS.For Mr. A. Floreus spent several daysup Truby. Sternbnrg & Co. Tribe No. 1 f. O. R. 31.M. \ her kit band while her nht toiler ordered In .remu" ulMtructJoM .
9I \\ F. MAITIIFRS. ftOUl add road Petition from U. I.. ) j jft !
the St. Mary8 river, in Georgia, A remedy for bard timee-buy orIp.the nozzle&w' 141 atraDXetJe J
roail ;
cOFtSCAS1iETsMetallic and J. E. W W. M. al, asking ti-r 5 tn>m a pui
LL.LI Dest:11s Cuts AIXJunUT.
LII nnd aoolr to the bore. this week. your goods at & a very pleasing si taLTb. the Btaflw nod Lake Butler!I\d"t.ru"j

Burial : Mr. J. R. Alvares day Truby, Sternberg Co. 'c.retIrY.KIDCtlI. *rwflgUbori'I e JM aU twinkleAnd north aide I1f Cn*.by Like to Sawp.o '
Cases one
etc. I Iof spent %
: A "ci Kloka. their interest daD irrowm river bridge )*>d over, a* WaS aJltJ P.h' :. .
The confections
a any slyll'. price or size, aLways kept this week among the breakers on finest are kept by The glorious 4th dawned bright but wet for they like to see her sprinkla.An4 lion from Lftitr amlllkr-BIJtlft..dWJ ff litriclJ.

IJJc 0Et ID stock Lv. ILW i Amelia beach. i Walter Wills. under foot und with a promise of rain,. they Uke to see the hoa.SommenU1e I&Skut! fur A bridge aero_ ** 'It's 3 "

TRUBY. STKRNBURG& CO. LWt Misses Ida and Florence \Vitkovski We will sell clothing cheaper which wag amply fulfilled by night. In Journal Water Oak anti the Fm Mif*. CUIJD14' '.I
EtAt -ii' anticipation the good people: living armand'the treasurer made the following rtpoil: ; :
than house in the
= returned this week from any county. A .t.p.EdItorFELonApuPlcuse.
CI an extended -I lake had collected boats and weie 31 Proper Cash on hand hut report aud amts.$ ,
W. N. Meacham = I. e visit to YYiriftor, in thin state. nub), St rnbllrg & Co. ready to entertain in any WRY Quite a doll space received! since U.t report ...3
..U = Shoes Shoes Shoes at number of Shirks people were present but .in your columns for the following resolutions turned to \j
a r Notions and Articles LC3 C CIt The ladies of the M. E. church tf N. J. Jones & Co. I only a few fn,ra Lawley. The picnic was parsed by the Bradford County eoupnuJ .....---... 8Oc \,
LLJ' < Fancy have moved their ice cream headquarters to have been held principally in the groveof Farmers'* Alliance in regular session at

: I Fruits & Confectionery.STAKKE t = intoVitkovski's old store Fresh Confectionery and Fruits at Mr. Puddy but owing to the inclement Lake Butler, July 4th, 1889. and oblige.K. Leaving cash received on hand to aCcoUnt lists date of W"'G&A
W divided U. .AKTHOST 8<< 1uuen .n
a MEACH AM'S. weather they around. The bathing y. ;
FLA. a LLU eeC building. was unusually fine and was enjoyed REPORT of & Committee to officer proper special and quarantine
.ct I! Opposite Post Office. U : Mr. Maxwell Peek has been quite Corn, Oats and Hay by the car by all. and m-mbtra of tne Bradford County tax.... '.... __.............. ,&.
load N. J. Jones & Co. Anv>uol scrip turned over toco.
at tf
V Mr. and Mrs and Masters Alliance;
11II sick for Lynk Guy
a few days but we are Comifliastuflers..8,07s.l3Cashonliand.
3 H past draft

.> rten I Starke Livery Stables IE glad 1 to state that he is now rapidly Belding & Bros. Standard Spool Knickerbocker Lawtey. and From Harry Starke Alden came represented Mr. resolution's We. yr in committoe.regard to appointed cotton bagindo to /. .........."4. 071.14
Q Silk for sale at N. J. Jones & Co. .
.a S imp'roving.Kev. aud Mrs. DeHart. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels hereby recommend to your AHUrre. as The following acco'ints apjfcuvui sad
: -. ,* J. W. ANDREWS, Prop. c.J Dr. I 30 City Lots for sale cheap and Mr. and Mrs. Joiner. There were well as the 8u -alUaocel In the county wII.rrantl18lucd in injfuieuu lof Janei a '_
Mattice will be home .
the of the resolutions its act forth 7tO ,
c ; Centrally located. Apply to N. J. many disappointed ones left in both Law- Pauper account s $
s. ; 0 > < this week. There will he servicesin Jones Starke Fla. ley anu Sturke; but there will be another by Birmingham meeting tn-wit: E L Odiira. regi-ttrmrCn S .OIJt':
E. c horses lure .
Carriage to day or night. the church Sun Reiotrtd-l 90.00
0 .rncr Presbyterian on basket picnic when the weather is better ('oiintv treasurer fwrturgliti
1- CI I- The finest line of Dress Good 1. To all members of the order \
I to do shortS : day morning. and thete is A bright moon. Ur. DeHart, pblijcite Urui., t.lionerV 1.10 f
0 am ready hauling on
CO .J .= .c T.CQ c and Silk Ribbons at in his usual genial way. entertained the I not t>> use jute haggiiur. .) B Knight county commissioner ;- :
I 0: 2. :! notice. Mv turnouts can not be ex- 3T> -CI -.w I 0 Peaches are plentiful and cheap tf N. J. Jones & Co. company with n few choice reading and ,i 2. To huw a dcternunatioflLj dvo- \\.\Veeka.. recording adverttL .tIt'tp h
= c 0 ; ,1. thin season. Beautiful ones can be recit"I ions. I cate and gse c"ttoa bagging pennantptlyin T Kichard. part pItY itii bridge .coo.OCl *(
I C : celled the the .s .s. There is no town in the State that. the futtre. L D .d .&! '.
II : ; = I IoJ ill state, my prices are in this 't Wall. layii-g out n .
I c i bought market for $1 to $2 Quite of folks passedthe 4 5-'
CI = company young
.OOOI = sells goods lower than Starke I 3. To ill to no man who will not ak W H RiveraAlvarez 1.00 :
'Z : any afternoon and Mabel "
with I
lowest. My sale stable alway con. e-.w per bushel. evening low mnda bale fur jttouwnpped ',
: eight c j.L 1.00.
; m.ireper
0 Q and no firm in Starke often a better Strong. They had crimes of kinds v
I many -
cxJ > cotton bng lng than tliat 'Weeks clerk ancl"Ullilur' 18.00 1 :
t = tains a lot of first class bargains for l = Starke is well represented at the stock or lower prices than and a nice tel1Jc: JC1e5 plenty of fresh which is _n in W .. '.
O = apped jute. \V F HPnurs! ioqu'-st 3.011 .
T E 2sa the buyer. Give me a call. "." -x e =II Strath more hotel, Amelia beach. Truby, Sternberg & Co. fruit. 4. To. stick ,to cotton bagglnr if jute N (! \V"ffiiJ rb& asaessiiiK tl\xeal888 81.ftt .

-_ c> .0-0: ----CI-'I" There are no guests at that popular Everything that can be found ina Mr. Ladd returned Sunday from Tampa, prices ard deduced to any fl ;ure. E A Todd.i fare, county business IS Ou ,":?
resort but Stark accompanied by his wife who had been in 5. To ecpellmr member who provs CSlfli.11411 Lmer W.OO
Corn Oats ; .people. L \Viikov. CUll
Hay, Heiberger & Richard ..s CI first.class Dry Goods Store can be that city for several weeks visiting Mrs. by his actions that he belongs! to the ranksof \1 V Smith ll.30r [

I >, 5 Mrs. Peek and daughter, of Ga., found at N. J. Jones & Co. tt Fred Burton. the enemy.Signed 1) U Knight .. l4.4O\

and Flour at -Dealers In- : -= are on a visit to Col. Peek and fam. larli..tI' Fine Shoes, the cheapest M rs. A. Smith of Law ley. is making a ( ) On minion the board atIQUiI flvg.! ,- Vcerded

& ,iii. = ily. They came in response to a in the market, at N. J. Jones & Co. two weeks' visit to her father's, Mr.Howe F. G. SIrELL.'l road supermtendenb. one for each 1 krmi
N. J. JONES. STAPLE FAY GROCERIES Q J. D. JoaNft. M Committee alnner'i! 'Jiitricl. Following ImuLes
C c. summons to the sick bed of Max Fishing is the order of the day. Trout !
merchants will find it ,
en Country to and l R. F. LEWI a'F
are plenty hungry, in grentqimnt'.ties. I : "Vviv.
Starke, Fla. HAY & GRAIN. well.Mr. their interest to buy their spring : Every dark night lights maybe E- P. WAUD JVnday H Douglass tupe.intendent rr\ *

# Vanmeter, the Texas pony stock from Truby, Sternberg & Co. seen around the shores searching for For Luck. P 8 Crt'WI. .". 2cI- \ '."
F. HOLLINOSWORTH ._- QJ.J this small but excrlleut fist,. Mr. Jim I Eliot Todd ltlt :
< man, has succeeded \erv well in Mosquito Canopies and Hammocks Friday. March 25, 1CC9 the Hudson .. .
Mr. LD\Y. 4tb. .
Horueshy speared trout at
I Boots & Shoes Fruit Jars. Wooden, Willow, < selling his ponies. He has been in at Truby, Sternburg & Co. which weighed a 8 1 lbs. Buddy'spier liver was discovered., Thot. Goodwin, .. 5th '-* .

and Tinware. .. Z' Starke about a week and has sold Lemonade, Soda Water, Ginger C. Bismarck. Gladstone and Disraeli Report rece1vctLtrntuthe. school supertnteudenl ;,3'
L'1 loG = were born on FrMay.}
his whole diove. showing the amount aecessarr
I made to Order. We handle Geo. P. Plant's celebrated -c OOOI! -. Pop, ice-cold Meacham's, at all NOTICE TO TEACHERS. Friday}[ February' 23, 17S2, George to run the public m-honU for the ye. /. -

SWEET HOME FLOUlt. .N"Ig:3 t > _d Mr. J. T. Fewkes informs us that time I will meet the Teachers of the Washington born. 1889 to be 8295. Report flJed.s. ',

Repairing neatly doneJ.M.Henderson "' E-t r. Z the first bucket of mud was taken Car load of Flour just arrived at public schools of Bradford count Friday.'June 80. 1431. L<>us XI. hum The board lien stinprndHt tmsincsuln ?
Chace & Sanborn's Coffees. '.J I I 0 g up by the Sampson dredge on \"ed- N. J. Jones' cheap cash store. 8 ) bled the French nobles. county Comsuissioners'court and urirattiz*
Starke the 2'Jd of and
at on July at board .
ed us a of equalization and jiR>-
J. .J. Langlas Crackers 0 0 = nesday evening. The dredge is ex- Spring Goods at N. J. Jon n in Lake Butler on the 24th, for the Friday. March tS, i77G. the stamp ai t to the reviewing and cquahz1Dfv...

irmour & Co's Meats. .. f. =d Z.r=: pected to get. to wcrk in earnest by an endless variety. 8 purpose of examination and issuing was repca'ed in England* the assessment roll for the year 18H9. t rcontihucd

--- Monday.In Friday. June 13 1492. Columbus ell!- the same from day tl) day'*. ..
z- Beautiful .of T idie Parasols certificates of qualification. Teachers -
ill 5th. 1889. The -
\Ve have to stocka covcrcG the continent of America. Friday. July corr.Cv
\ recentyasided our > a private letter of 111'V'. W. and Sun Umbrellas atH holding State certificate are requested and "
> Hildwin air ;f'.JQ: Friday. June 10, 1834.: Spurgeon. the mtig revising being compleletl. itv
PHOTOGRAPHED, large dry refiigrator I 10 = Breeze, who is located for the present -' H Truby, Stcrnbuig and Co. to be present, as I wish to celebrated English preacher. was bom. niM-ertaiiieil that the sizable value of tlur)

and will keep butter and cheese in at Ilorseheads, N. Y., wo learn Ladies' and confer with nil the teachers of the Friday. June 13. 1785. Gen. WinftVld personal property in the county was$*'5,*
Slippers Newport
\ ,--- good order. that he is doing a great deal for the Oxford Ties county on matters of vital importance Scott was born in Dunwiddie county. Va. 874 dollars and the real estate was $9'i3753. ,"
atTruhy ,
I I- making In the aggregate the"'ia of
iftpple! Cider and state. lIe says a great. many people | Sternberg and Co. to the schools. Thomas Sutton who saved England $1.275892. Therefore ids ordered that

NOTICE TO MILL MEN will return with him this fall. J. L. HILL .. from the Spanish Armada was born on A tax of Sf mills! on the dollar be 'and u ,.k"
Summer Dress Goods in endless
Publ. Instruction.The Friday. hereby levied fur the tax Iq
Raspberry julep Wanted each: county u reliable Mill : 'c I Prof. M. A. Clark, of Cuthbert, variety at Truby, Sternbuigand Co. Supt. Friday. December 2. 1620, the Pilj-rinw,,1 mill to pay the interest county..n the \\9'
" at le nnd tnke orders fur .- -:1 : b Ga., but formerly principal of the Lace and Swiss Embroidery i Ladle Aid So lecr.I made the final landing at Plymouth itock. debt of the county, and 3inilli lor._*? ,

J >1C1 The "Quaker Mill. j 0 .I Qc Starke Instutute; was in the city Egyptian I The Ladies' Aid! Society. thankful for Friday. Novemlwr 2t>. 1721. the first ami road purpose making A to r' .

MBACUAMS1H. City" Grinding -. .I ._ o this week. Mr. Clark is studying Flouni'ings at past patronage, solicit the continued favors Masonic lodge was rginized in North h mills vn the doAfr for the ufM !& q '
di: The l best mill far grinding Corn and e.* E ; I medicine. lie 'I'rub3 Stertiburg and V. ; of their many friends as their enterprise America. purposes on nil pVvdlnal and rtinUr v
= ) 0 C.j nti.c expects to graduate i is n laudable one-the building of anew i s the county. 'and it U further :'F : -: ,
Bones Shells
Cobs, Oyster rd Mixed Table Nuts at 3leacliani's.Parasols 21. 1780. Arnold'streason I
.,\ E. CLARK ami Cotton Seed.It = -0rr. a full-fledged physician in another paisoiiugc.: j Friday. September Unit a tax of 4 mill on the .lollnir' \.:'. :, .
which the
laid bare saved
CII.I r, ) from 25c. to 5 dollars at To dute their successes have eiicourxg- was is hereby levleti >>n all the rent I amioiml 1./ f-
tls' MCALnnrl IIO nNY. M'L United States.
will : ) grind I 'ear.Marricd ed them much. Their fur school ,' :
5 m Truby, Sternburg and Co. very expenwn nre property purposes.* :
OFi. AgentMallory For further pailiculars apply to W. > < I.UI on Wednesday, the 10th all promptly paid and in the future they Friday. Nov mlwr 2.& 1SI4. the first There appeann; ;; no further IMI'S-" j S

JOSEPH THOMAS, : ,.-', = Oq1 mst., at the residence of O. '. $ 8 I expect greater success as our Mayor haskindly newspaper ever printed by steam the I on million tile Uktrd adjourned nnr! '. _. .

.1' State Agent, c .0 0XI Geiger, by Rev. Wm. F. Malphur*, Saved by buying goods at tendered the hulks the use <>f hi_ I London .fim( wa printed.Friday. firm \lOOlt,) in Au/uit. .\. I). 1889YEKX_ <

*.- .1j S.S. line Starke, Bradford Co., Fla. x -. .-0 0 Mr. W. Wainright to Mim Lillie Truby, Sternburg and Co. former store erntis. for which thank are June 12. 1802.; Alexander Von \. ''(\ >.
= <
Jderai i; r .J htrehy'ell him. Every Saturday the HumboKlt. in climbing Chimboruzo. ('i'k Ifreuilt (1t .n.(
k." Collins Caskets Miy My ; '-o 0: c.n Weeks, all of this place. The happy Job lot of Hosiery at I ('lu'erfulladil.t will gladly supply the IM.-M l readied an altitude of 19,200 feet ifllci, Ul'k for Boc-T .

A v o. F--o-> ,.c I' couple have the best wishes of the | Truby, Slernburg and Co.Ladies' of ice cream lemon vanilla and L"nllIanllllc.tq. Friday Octi-lier 19. 1781.! thin nurrend. of Co. Ct.mmi.'z' 5' -

Jfc Undertakers J.CHINGTeeth I. Ct TELEGRAPH through their lifes' journey Sun Hats at pineapple sherbuts, etc Tin* of Yorktown. !he (rtlWtlfug glory 'if theAmerican

fllle and pre- c just begun. and Co. enterprise IB praiseworthy. Who can not army occureihFriday. YUM may be tea ) .., 4,.
Truby Sternburg
served with. afford to give 10 cents a ;plate for ouch thc first ki.owi. Hat
J Aprii 8. ; you nn- certainly not afiaid t..IL.io
,.. Goodxlorsaleat out tlQn dcstruc lIt nerves. -C fO\ S_ .0 The Rev. T. H. Blenus, of Savannah Old newspapers for sale at this palatable ami tioty luxur t'II11I&t traveler newspaper] advert isetiien't wall published' fur something to relieve j'on i-fa tuii1i

LLX 0.t.O"Q has just closed an interesting office, 25ct a hundred. from Sl rke. who has feasted upon in the Imperial Intelligencer in Engbii'l. i liver-uf Imd Miioit You ne 1 !Iti .L

N. J. JONES. AbcessedTeeth .o 0-,- --00-00 H series of meetings in the Christian i PerfuniiB, Florida TT'ater ard these praise dainties our enterpriniug at so little ladies cost and fail their to Friday, feyptember 7.j 1565. Mclcidezfoundeii i n.>w and C'aliav4 Tonic N ihe artacYIvadit.g .- -:' 4

J- MieceisJullytreated. > church which have been well attended l\Jea couYseT Augustinr. rthc oldrkt town phisici.n. wrilf"":
J.R. ALVAREZ c1 "Q Cologne at <:hatn' worthy H 1 -4Lrttr
I.It"AH .
CO--I- in the Unitv-J i$tides bv forty years .
.c "n although the weather has Go see, buy and eat-and get thanks! Sii Y 'iiill
Prunes "
: DEALER IN PIVOT TEETH adjusted in an artistic! been unpropitions. For Mr. Figs, Apples, lie cream and cake 15c.. Ice cream fiChe I Friday. OptoN-r 7. 177.7. Iho surrender bout'-, of FiI 'I
very tour L'jIUay* :ic
and Meivlceahle manner. > c Orange Lemons, at Meacham's.Every of made bait l such ;
C(' c1"O = H. Blenusis a popular preacher and has i 10c.. half plate 5c. Saratoga .was Which lie 'lIla gave m. hn; givrit "lItitf I I_.. -I
Fresh Meats qI The TELEGRAPH knows thee dis- influence in' Inducrn France ti' declare
t department in our store is ta!te I bry.nut *
my t'xWchth\n. Hnpr 't) '
*p. and \WM. M. DEHftRT roc'cCC-' = Q many admit ers in Starke. full to overflowing with new goods plnyed by the Ladies' Aid Society from for our Claus. J volt sriva Miccens with'_ \onrTon!<*, f i. : :

Wholesale .c'. op The Miner canal is of untold ben. at prices lower than ever. practical,! experience and we msure our Friday lljurh, 5. 1498.'Henry VIII ff truly ymirg. \V. B. WAT. M. D. rlr. [
country friends that they will get theirmo.uy's England j tu John f"bol hits c<>mmi<- This : }.
DENTIST SPRUCE ST. STARKE.All 0 ..J ga\ S1l.Idullprl'p..rlttilln U sold by
Retail. efit to the denizens between Tern *
: n Truby, Sternburg & Co. worth with them. Dmi'i wail sion which U'd to the di"c.\"cry..r North KivrKK&JniNKB. '

,' the most approved styles of PLATE :o rQ Q pie's mill and Starke. It would be Latest styles in ladies' Summer I I fur ice cream until you go In other cil iu. America 'fin IS the first AtnrricauSlate At fifty criiti nnd a dollar n b tlli>. ;_-

I J.J ECKERT, ,Yo UK. including "PimB PARA GUM." ; twice as effective if the, Alligator Hats at N, J. Jones! g but go ''Qh ilur? oppositetU|) office pap
j jf Thhj) nd.) cracked PLATPS mended! ; f in \ra* cleaned out. A this anal 1111 I : mij&UU&;* aflcruuOfl .and gel the Friday, Nvem.er! 16. I2(). the Mnyfiower. as4e.4IeUrri1g1c ;.-'G :'
ooyenorJLecre4r7 J V. P. Wei I moutti ai vijitu first uiftde' .-IC Allover embroideries at worth of your 15. 10 or 5 cents I .
iW'o"Mt.CJ -- JI a great bobn to many, they shoulddo i witbihc Pilgtirns made the li.irIxirof -- i'
l () CCoIC.cO Tiuby Sternburg & Co. Praviucton, aiidon the nwnida PerSona ; 5
StotTy Bakery airis : what they can to receive the full Horrible rind. > .
rrTiTh 5. ]I without Pain or 4r I. they signed khat august compact the forerunner And tbou troubled with) nerrotifocM renltla "
I: Teeth Extracted : benefit of it. All ditches discharging The celebrated T. H. B. cigar at The details of the finding of six asphyxiated '
1 AUornq.PWOo : : Xl of. OUT present constitution.It from care or oerwork will be nUered by taktsgBrown1
; II Danger. :.- : c.ici: into it should! be cleaned out. Truby, Sternburg & Co. bodies in a den avenucPalterllun kept by Godfrey N. it Iron Bitter Gratia ,' k .
Confectionery. Terms CASH. Oerlade at 47 Kjle I.. mark and crowed red line
trado WEtppu.
iSM a. m tnp.
:.. An alarm of fire was sounded on Tomato Catsup and Worcestersauce Y.. on Friday night, are revolting. Three I ::
8talJ-k! the ceutrul
-I' '\ It you want For Sale. when it dis in bulk at IPalter) Wills. of the victim"* were young girls leu than: A jp-r on -
I Thursday morning was 01(1. Their nnu'es were I who hud Jeh "Stuck"' with a number (>f i .
JOB WORK, with No Bettor Tune covered that the kitchen roof of Mr. A word to the wise is enough Della and years Sarah )lc ltlly. sisters, and green melon*, plugged one yesterday and BlUoninew.take iht1Z1*. IndJgesttcnpt4._ qui

A Two-seated Phaeton, than now to 'I'V.. Sweat's handsome two.storydwelling buy goods at Emma Wright. Another woman. Kate I poured a pint of krr wiK- into the hole, .. unowN raoir BirrfiR 'to..
Cf any kio.1. renvsmber pole and shafts and shifting top, SUBSCRIBEfor your iweiity-four old.Oerlnde. I and! after waiting a quarter of "tn hour It rare quickly. For sale by all dvaUn fa "
Madison White wa }turn -
on avenue was on Truby, Sternburg & Co. "iedicJn Get ue genu1e.CLOSING J '
t THE TELEGRArH.Our little used, made by J. Collier, the I the eveniy-vear old keeper of gave it to a (robred mun. Tb<- latter sat .. .
\ery and .
: Newark N. J. AUo one set Double TELEGRAPH I firc.ut by prompt vigorous When you want anything in the the resort bail evidently died! hour before down on 110 \IItX to eat it. but after re inn v- .
: work flrst-clas our at Only $1.00 II year work by the fire laddies the fire was Hardware line tie other succumbed. The body) of an ing the pljtftir.t: taking smell lie aiuse :
.. charges reasonable. Harness nearly new. Apply or 50 cis six monthsin quickly extinguished. The damagewas go to unknown Turk. aged about thirty,t>ix and retunruFtlmelon to the stand OUT!

PATRONIZE YOUB SOME this office J"l5tf advance. but slight. Cause, a defectiveflue. | Truby, Sternburg M"C years was fount in a better state of preservation "What', tf$e matter" asked the donor. jt 4..4''S
PAPER. "Ize much' o but I couldn't use .i!.
Baby carriages at than the other Broken china lcpgec.
4 Truby Sternburg Jk Co. and toilet articles literally covered the it unless you'd f row a dumbly and a My entire Stocfc of .
: ANTS OIF1 It has been nearly two months floor, and filth abounded avert*hru. us wick, : 'Cl.' viiild b axin too much of '

since the city council ordered a Furniture at reduced prices at all had evidently been crazed with drink anybody :-I-I-'rte: Summer Good. -
& Co. mid had a drunken bran!. Evidently .
water cart, hose and Dumps, and nota Truby, Sternburg For 8le.NeWQRU. to taking
someone tripped over the tube which conveyed : preparatory inventory
TRUBY STERNBURG AND CO sign of them vet. Some one is to Great reduction in prices of sum the g.is from the iron pipe to the Plants foj
fltrawberry and in Fall Stock
blame for the delay. Some one must mer dl eM goods at gas range. The windows and doors to by I putting a

be hold accountable if a fire should Sternbui & Co. the houkc were fastened. The undertakers ale !
Tnby, g in HAS. i:. WYMAN% During the next Thirty Days
be lout and enbalmera were overcome preparing
building on account
a .
occur & the bodies which were conveyed llrsl InspecUon'ir-vited. 8 irke. Fla.
: Truby, Sternburg Co. && mak
--- of negligence of duty in net I will offer entire Stock of
r attractive shew window.Go to the fat anti hides works of frtebolder'lcCrsD my
ing a
I purchasing the necessary fire appla- and very it. ILl III then to the city pest house. { Fur Sale. Summer Goods CHEAPER than
::1'' ; see the bodies discovered -
J. ance. The houtie where were 500,000 Wfcwnau See Hing Straw-

:They want to sell you your Groceries, Provisions, Flour, What our low, fiat land can pro. The great Labor party of the ,I and ojc has murder been the prior scene to of Friday'two suicides ghastly berry PlfcntS for sale. Strong BEFORE. Any one wishing

and Bran. duce when tolerably well drained, United States will appreciate Gant. find. The most touching incident connected plants, Vtill'be: rea about the mid- rvBBARUAINS3

: Corn, Oats, Hay can be seen at some of the places er's magic chicken cholera cure. with the affair was the frantic die of July, Apply to
.i ___ around Temple' mill. Peaches, for Warranted by Rivers it Joiner. efforts of the mother of the McNally sis v G.V.. tTciuiiiiKVt can certainly satisfy himself
)I want to sell you your Pry Uoods and Notions. lets in attempting to lICe the bodies of her LAVVTRT. KI.OUIDI.
t They which supposed to do I extra sales
instance, are during our special
daugnlcr, whom she believed to be vir I'. it. &TABKK FLA.
Hour It 1'1
Clothing and Furnishing Goods. well orly upon high, rolling land, Works. tuous. Jul 5tfMonev )orl"U. and wheth "I
They want to sell you your to pelf lItiol1 with Mr. J. C. "I was out through" Knnnas selling days. Come see us,

grow fruits But tray rI this spring said a drummer on Let the readers of the TKLEGHArn the root of all evil, wouM want to bill
and Davis, as do other also. the Michigan Central the other day. 'and us give er you buy a of
; They want to sell you: 3 our Hats then Mr. D. cultivates his trees. in : saw some renmrknble workings of the a little timely advice. Hot weather be useless fu case of cholera without.Ganter's .
We will
and with it colic cholera goods or not. offer
i is coming mjigic chicken cholera
An ad- prohibitory law. I stopped in Saline
the most approved manner. up crc.
.. : They want to sell yon your Hoots, Shoes and Rnbbers. jacent piece of land, recently bought county at an old I farmer's" over night. In only morbus.safe dysentery way to combat and these d lurh disease n. The is It is warranted by Rivets. & Joiiic-r. you a BARGAIN in something.
the morning ng came "own stairs I felt
\ They want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Building bv him, will soon be planted in rather drowsy and Raid to the old man'ssons to keep some reliable remcdvat hand and 1- '

r. Material. straw berries."Inquirer". young men of 25 or 80. ''Gracious I! all who have tried Chamberlain's colic : JOHN Q. ADAMS Look out for Hand Bills!

," states that his newmule boys,but an eye-opener would taste goo4.'S ." cholera Hint it i4 and the diarrhoea most prompt: remedy reliable will admit nnd JUS ftCE OF THE PEACE .

sell 3 our Wagons;; Buggies, Agricultural 1mplcinonts. takes with his hind 'Uufooh: whispered one of the boys successful medicine known for thc AMD
They want to you longer steps 'come this way, but done let I he old man J.J G ALVAREZ.
Seeds ami Fertilizers. r legs than with his fore legs; as all see IN. He's Mwful set on prohibition an* It costs hut 25 or 50 cents and ,I Reed ,Estate fqcnt, .

the keep equal time, he can'tsee would drive us off the farm if he b& may lie the means of saving you or your
legs peCt- OFFICE Ctf They want to soil you 3-1111 Saddles, Harness and Whips, in the mule' hind don't ed anything.' family much suffering if not life itself S. R NOTICEL
why For h ,
flirt they want to t l1.ou everything you mav need. Give them overtake his fore part, and desiresus where'1 followed jug ",f and the walled old stuff to was the hay-mow.produced. before Itf 1 the summer i* over.RIVERS & JOIN sale EK. Rel &f:%& Bought aDO ,.Sold on Commla- 2; HORSES FOB SAM? AT

convinced that they will save you moneyon and 1'aid fur Non-
be Well Rents 4olfccted Taes
will the .
paradox. ,
to explain .
a trial, -uul YOU An h ur afterward having old the old Reaideom.. .
everything You buy rnd at the same time guarantee the quality sonnv, your mule is fearfully and gentleman a machine. I thuuehile&slv remarked Have you heard what Mr. G. L. Wea Correspondence Solicited.Marke. .- STAKKE FMK1U.V.Now

and quantity of Goods. \vohI4Ierfuhly made, and in a fit.f : 'A little of the right material of Cambridge City. Ind., says of <:-hirn- L<:Jitr,1(,,., ,'- Florida. is the thin U> purchase A ruliabl. 4't.

. abstraction he may manage to tuin to lake the dust out of our throats would berlam's colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy I horse fur a ri >u.iWe piiot;. The under.i', '9..
d l"ul. If here it N: "Durinir last I
? not.
not :
go S. P. I lhi.l of Tandy Lake two com
As this would extrt Iare
inside "
himself out. ''HUJh! said he: come with me. but summer I was troubled v>ry much with ijrneil has
COMPANY I be unpleasant for you if you was on don't Jet the boys see us- They nre dreadful sen-re pains: in my stomach and I owels. mot Kloddit: co"< Lat give three gallons well broke holies which lie will sell at:. '

TRUBY STERNBURG & his hack at the time, we advise yon 64.t on pr.lhilJtli'JD. an' I don't want and wns induced by a friend to try this u f milk tich. per dayHo feeds them prices ngiujf from $45 tI $70. Tboao

I to take a dinner horn with you on Ui offend them.' reme<\\y. I took one dose, as per directions bran amlcoHon seed meal and bnsi ante II wishing tn make n purchase will do] well '
"He led me to a dark corner of the cel and it gave me almost instant relief. '
lot of lirrmuila He
rides and blow it occasionally.This gras:; for grazing. stock fiflhfy me suietly
your I whore hi. jug wa produced. 1 cheerfully recommend it tu the.tlli led.
I will put temporary lameness II.r, "Oh. jes the workings of prohibition 25 and 60 ceut bottles for sale by says that with proper care any of them first-clan S

.sTARKE, -< -m in- K FLORIDA. into any mule's hind leg io KHDE* are Tearful and wonderful. Sltf RIvERS& JOINER will corny.tiv with finer l,ivtds.i 01.: VANMETC_ ,


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: the choice his with other final PACTS FOR FARMERS. Early _Americans.Simplicity .r._ 1 way t drive it.out is t purify and 1
placing grandson myself arrange I To this ac- I
ft1' { gradfwfl tontjj# $ \ of bfr turned five o'clock. f in their mode of living was the enrich blo.medical men,nethmg is
: ttf rlpt'tt. 'I giving up or big ment untl Wherever there i d low, damp thmrked characteristic of the early settlersoi.Ameri knowlgdged better adapted than iron. The fault hitherto

; 1 out of door gentleman i waiting irt your there should 0 a ditch or anmder has been that iron could not be so prepared ,

'. Published Every Friday.FLORIDA. And Donald, who had been brought parlor al',** the lerl said j and 1 went tact layer bf drain tile I Every thing which pertain to the as to be absolutely harless t the.; tr

\ t up in luxury and idleness 8 his grand- up open te door, and faco- is mistake not l io plant some I plaid and unostentatious.tW teetl This difficulty has of Baltl- \"S\\\WA ,
:--'f..r-,., -I i food which they ate was frugally Brown ChemiC Company
RZ'AR1IL father's heir, chose the latter alternative Donald Ennis! when s Iran
for the
.' t tr. sweet corn for food _cows the Substantial more; Md., tbei Bro' \
: wired and
kd : ;
t hand he told his afartitive
tdt : and left his He came Grasping me faultier Preparation
't :: 'J"n" \' hme the is dry and short: home- and (tie Bitters as a irn
grass Their clothing \\
.:: \;""::: PLAINT OF THE MODERN IN- straight to David and told story and asked me where he could -One stone six inches high in awhel moccasins which covered w their feet were I cure' for,etc dyspepsia, idjeston
: FANT. bis in fashion that led Lorna., hide kidney ifggMg '
tLYy- story a manly won of home being made from the '
k,',J"., f t; instant sympathy."I "I never heard of Mr. Hillburn'a track causes more tam prouct with beads after "pBisosEB, the evidefcc** shows that y 0:3f
.Ii: uIt'l the dream of life additional hall anima orament \ \
my a marauder to be, and carriage than an
't death until to day'the said. "I arrived brutally assaulted the complalfifenl.Hayo t
if" ,bio >r,"; To plunder and scalp and destroy; have not come a beggar to ask for road. fahon. offer in *
t.... .....:-," Yet, alas, Fate has cruelly marked out for me your heiress," he said, "but to tell you her this morning, and went to mile of smooth Their wer simplicity itself, consisting you Prisoner any-thing"N 0, sir extenu4t9 J
, ; my
roaringit and wye1k a t
rte' bees begin hewn logs l .
hive of of
The role of little When roughly mae
a good boy. my plans. My mother's brother, into the old house. All they could tel a constituting money I had" .
i whole
wet the
,1 n" ,..;..: :, ",. On the plains I should like a wild bronco San Francisco, has offered me a situa- me was that Mrs Hillburn lived in the can be quieted by placing a brood Log shingles-Cabin- home of frontier Ufo Orf god, the Paradise of Tanner .changing AIiITg cell teaioni Owt or from tbedepruD..1"a.1

' .!.j. ride : in his counting-house many times city. 1 knew you would be over sponge over the holes on the Yet those were model homes. Mild, qtableclmate.certain and abundant i riff* tbe torln" :.'b7 ne"tral"I
'J' "< At shoot ton J stock country em* of JU a
rUizens with !
a {ran; with wet cloth. versedIn ,grass,
; : J'' Build a fire on an Indian while be was tied My grandfather scoffed at the idea of their friend, and so came hereto chamber a The wives and mothers were well crops.Bestruit. lntnrmationirea Address i: oitaetlth Ho'w ltrotl'a.atatd.Snp Bold by a drams

,-!ifi -4'0' And chop off his fingers for fun my leaving him, but now I shall accept find you. My grandfather i dead, Beans or potatoes! are the best the a of all that pertained t house OregonImmigratioaBoardPortlandOregon I B*sure to get --- .

.. :: the offer. In three 1 will returnto and I am his sole now crops for an orchard. Among sowed wifery. i
X could make a show bold years home was the I Ia Dr. Morse"sINDJ a e
good as a burglar, in early A WOMAS ia Baltimore bled to death from
ft'!; too- tell will stands between Lorna aun myself?" crops, peas and buckwheat aro best Couspicous th .
"1r ": i you, i my prospects satisfy Striking figure of old grandmother.Not cut on the leg,cnused by the breaking ota i
: I've studied the "cracking" of"cribs;" you, that I can support a wits May I Nothingl My face betrayed me, for, Fertilize the orchard well i you seed only was she the advio** in social af- whisk -bottle that sho habitually earned tr

1 With.blew what 1 1"prld-j, would I point to a cafe that I see Lorna in an instant, Donald said: it down. fairs but she was tho medical adviser"" and in her stockng.a

;. f--'M'...r Yet Lore I sit dining In bibs... .{ The last request, timidly offered,was "If she is dead or married, tell me Fathers are apt t givo the boys prescriber for in the the sick.preparation Often were of some her FOR twenty-five cettt!!,you car get Carter's N ROO + t t
A' hands
. engaged
and 1 will back to California team and the poorest toolson Pills the best regulator! m
the Liver
Tm surrounded with luxuries, playthings and granted instantly, and the lovers parted quickly, go poorest remedy for the relief of Little [ .1 T
; or
healing potion W e.
;; ,f, !'-___. food. J with mutual vows of constancy. I could not bear to see her the the place to work with; but it is bad those in Dully versed in all the the world. Don't forge. th.One pUa : t tinSI

.. .. '- I've all that for wealth's to be had a I must own that I was greatly surprised wife of another man!" policy i the boys are to bo encouragedto i-health contained in the gfadd attached to PXLLS. l vp
: .v I are many blessings
I' .2. ," l' am Lord forced knows by bow Ironical I yearn Fate to to be bo bad jro'xl? ,when the interview was described "She believes you dead!! I said. become good farmers. store honse of Nature,she wisely knew how 'li1. But they are fearfully disguised.

: tit' to me, that David Hillburn, loving "Yes! that was a trick of my grand- -Eggs from hens that are two years to utilize the curative properties cntainedin r"---' Thousand testify t their beitrehest >

3 1,.I'. X have boys heard, all the tales that were rltten{ for his child as he did.'allowed Donald t father's to still further separate us. old will hatch better and bring better certain transformed roots and them herbs into and certain accordinglysho remedial IT afflicted with Sore Eyes MM Dr.sell seaThompson's 25c FA WILY PILL in use. Tel

.': To teach them to murder and steak go. Surely, I thought, out of his great His old servant told me of it to-day. offspring than those from the younger agents, which have made the old Log Cabin Eye Water.. Druggists It trkfy th jprsiem,regulate the bwelt On<1

t. L. In my heart how I envy the ruman'5'jorl wealth he could establish his son-in- Believing me dead, she has given her stock. Young hens are preferable for famous for all time t come. from sets; the br
fIIf' 1'y-i 1 When"squeal.he ""docs" for a "pal" who; would law in some business near home, and love to a more fortunate suitor?" laying eggs for market.It Conscious of the great value of some of longest THE earliest keeping onions onions grow grow from seeT ail ages; tljse pills are s
, item oft all humors
"- see Lorna happy. Oh, the fierce, bitter temptation t takes lot of animal those old time home cures a successful effort f w doses ef cr I G
;, t' --, All the years I hare lived are but'slz. I am rival an "awful has been made to reicvel the lost bring about ali that i required. ; Ut
I, But six months after 1 understood say one little word-"yes. My the water which
heat to
told evaporate
: of their preparation, coupled
11 I've wasted that much of my life[ ; letter why he was sient Even in that would go back t California, and falls on an animal during a cold rain. with secret all the improvement which human ingenuity ti tr % Feiala Hi b) wittont l t

X have threatened., my sisters to "Ii y'em out hour he was a rined man. Specular Lorna would learn t love me. Only Therefore provide shelter for them at and progress suggests, they arc utt's r : T

.r But cold.can't get a real bowte-knlte, j: lion after speculation had,- ailed, and to speak the plain truth-"Lorna is tobe all seasons when they would suffer now widely known under the name of War E ; n;siIVILL=.F.IL CO. ,

; he was struggling by } more despise'ate married in three hours," and my from an inclement storm, especially ner's Log Cabin Remedies, the most promi W.SIK It.-COMWOCK For lbe$>at, Esq.::year I hare belf<*
Then my father's so rf"h and my t>mother's so secured. But looking nentbeingLogCabinsarsaparilla and Log Pils1This l from a disease ichlch dolor
ventures to strive his lost happiness was for the lambs. doctor, hat r
good i fort young Cabin cough and consumption popular remedy : tn dropsy. I tried

I can not become a low tramp; j t unes. When the task was hopeless he upon the pale, handsome face that -For ventilating and warming The suffering public has been cure quick to effectually cure I[ :rJ.e.hldl T?"ase their! teemed opinion to that Mill It make was i b limply>4i ,

;. X have no chance to steal and pretend to saw took his own/life. Lorna loved, I could not tell Donald t the American Agricult- recognize and appreciate their true value Dyspepsia Consti i tomtler of tlt*a vlth "". A hone rilA Ibis *?l!* alt
it wood poultry-houses, !I tif your hoses ?l HORSE'S and tart
,: Or Was it strange, in that time of agony, go aad the manufacturers are daily in receipt taken three iox s of them up to the preseetwd,
rf. under the haystacks to camp. urist advises that the air be always I own work and
Instead I told him all told himlorna's of much praise for the rediscovery and re Headache fcanaalgdo( my feeHw. F
that L Xis brother in love, not in ; the 1QUDi;r. ;lonr.teals.
i in and discharged near 7tau
; WJthifce talents I have In lioe brought of these old time remedies against UB..DrfisoE,'.
criminal but viva from a j lU
..rii loo forward to sustain the love had never wavered, And diseases arising
And thirsting for gore, It's no Joke ; > < stepped roof as the birds will not then crowd sickness and disease. a : ? I

:T: f.',.;, Asa parson or doctor my powers to confine- heart-broken widow, the desolate for pity and gratitude she had consented and become lame, as they will when "To the old Log Cabin home, however Is Torpid Liverand Bad Di g asion. .
) To live and to die a mere"bloke." to be wife. Of own I which Jfor Side fry
,f\f 4 child? Without ono selfish thought I my my agony the warmth is below them. justly due the praise for all the good The natural result appetite A
" t 'to/ .. Yet this fate infer me-a respectable fad. worked over the entanglement of the sad no word, but bade him follow me may, thereby, b effected. and solid f Ie h. Dose I go elegantly I -- I ree
w Weeds make excelent manure
M'' I'm doomed to amt sorest- arae<] fo) LX only find debt inevitable-total to Hillburn's in an hour's time. green soar coated and elY to swallow W. HJ: COMSTOCK
," have not got.the faintest excuse tojriTT'. estate t turned under. A rank growth VALUE OF PATIENCE. SOLD EpEBYWEExE.i i ,
"It be Lorna will be at
\ But, oh! how I dread to be good/is j ruin a certainty. may of weeds indicates fertile land, but eROCKYILLE,;ONT. N.t i
A Quality Necessary to Succeit In Impor
f the time I said "so
her had
Hillburn, though life present .
; ,t There two chances Mrs appointe such land bo exhausted by removing tant Matter 1
; are only ay can
present -
f j gee- bean of bridal It Makes ;; MEDAL, PABI3,1871
Two gleams through 1lte one perfect ease was no baby yoursel array. aOL
II horrllJte\ blank weeds as well as by removing a It is the humility of patience which exorcises
Ii Of some widow's estate to fold her hands idly, and though past I put my temptation aside, and
all and transforms
0 be made the trustee, will therefore, mere obstinacy, t BAKER & CO.'S
Or cashier of a naj'onal of she her darling's happiness became more regular crop. I pay silent endurance from of 2
bank fifty 'ear age, accepted my a process exhaustion You i.
under and let them
the weeds Hungry
to turn
-Ben Bent, In Time.V&SEAT position with quiet resignation. The precious than my own. She heard my ; -a mere waste of strength-Into Go
ti oa a
.. rot in the ground. a power that feels us with new life and ;
handsome house on the outskirts of the story with blanched cheeks, but with .
/ TEMPTA rION. -The experimental station with all impresses on us new character. Where is U hate used Palne'a Celery compound and I Broaat
. ? city was claimed by the creditors of I her mother's persuasions ade to my there a great national career that has not has had a salutary .- u.,oi 4
of its science and f '
t the estate, and one taken in own, consented to assume bridal machinery, may ,
was a good been built upon the qualities which are essential effect. Itlnrtgorat
i s
... ,- ,. Story of a Bachelor's Lo.?e and locality, to be opened for boarders. I dress and so meet Donald. make researches into the hemisty of to patience Perhaps the French ? 'j ed the system and I ;\\No CJiemicafa; ,

: Self-Sacrifice. j jI was the first applicant, leaving the I gave her away-I, the old man who plants the nature of the soil, of plant have evinced less capac:ty for patiencethan feel like a new \ 1 1._,,wed In its preparation. It tut tt .
" t "r food! and animals, but it will amountto any other equally great people; but It improves i nan < .">.W Urmflk
J.- ,' hotel I had called home for thirty filled her father's place-and saw her m Cocoa rnfatJ wit SUnh.AnW-
to two of Mrs. Hilburn's leave her home for the Southern win- nothing i the farmers do not study, consider the marvelous root of patients in the appetite and l or Sug.end tef.fa_room :1
years occupy the
Norman, the the Alsatian ele EI
: think now, looking bacfe> sadly read and strictly them out with Breton facilitates dlges.tloa. KODml EF
carry deliripo* nourUhioc
rooms.If ter, from which she returned to presideat ments of the ; and Q ." J.T.CorFr
life thai I fell i EiSilT
over my experience, I had loved Lorna as a child, as a Ennis place. I am her best friend unvarying fidelity. Every effort must i Paris has represented a central Impatenc LAM,Primus s a strengthening end wlmlrebly DJQE
in love with Lorna Hillburn when she be made to in the scientific has not Paris ruined almost e.pl (it .
practice -
apply as
still but neither Lorna oftn well for peeress II bes' 0
maiden loved
gentle my love took new impetus ever nor a medicine now-a-days than tt I I
+ was baby and I nearly forty. : she had delighted France? In all the Spring mea Ior
a a man results of tho station.-Iowa State { by OroceBAKEB
in due I watched her Donald the of strugglethat The winter of naslettthe 8\ld e'erhenW.
respect, guess agony did ten
a other great nations of the the raw yea ago
Absurd? Well it been.
may havp Register. word must &CO. Per Chester Mas*
Tho nerves ,
womanhood develop in her hour of overcame my temptation.-Anna materials of patience are th notable ne"e all fagged out. b ,

My whole life from my boyhoo$ until I trial. She had borne Donald's absence Shields, in N. Y. Ledger -The Alabama and Georgia Farmers characteristics of the national character. sngene the blood purtfled. liver EVERYTHIMOX

was past middle age was a and-to- Alliance decided to cotton cloth For example, the Jews the Romans Fame's Celery compu-
with a patient submission that was -...--- use among bel rgt 'Road Carts E
hand struggle with poverty, downright touching in one whose whole life HISTORIC for covering cotton bales and to let the the English, the Germans and C of to+ a ; WHEELS.Name .
4 ver HOUSES Slavs, the material of nothing else can. Prwertbed ty Phptictant,
want when I we raw
grinding say
a youngster, a
been flooded with sunshine, and jute bagging alone, so long as it is patience ,Endoried by MtnitUrt, t
for the higher kind of by Reaper
split; wood for my motbert"Mbings, Some That Were Built In waAhln ton't fa to .mn Ten per cent.f '
controled The
she took her share of the by a trust propositionto Kanvfacturert J*
.. by which she earned our bread a little now up new Time Still Standing Iu New York. lofty as well as lowly a virtue to be widelydiffused Guaranteed 1!th C BUgg.IBS'
; : substitute piue straw bagging was Even I than anybody
*.!.< burdens with courage and willingness. The celebration of the centennial ofiV'ashington's through any people. among ,
easier when I was old enough to be erg Best 2:
not because it the Jews, whose character in its more The
Her adopted was suggestedthat
proficiency in music was sufficient p'DonR ourC&d
has stimulated bIYbt" !KeUnl eC
rand in inauguration '
boy the wholesale store of En ideal form appears to have been specially Mhttta.
for her to form a class of pupils a few men held the patents on its A.gTlUJB.Sfflft T11LYf. E
's nis & Lee, dealers in country produce. very an interest among New Yorkersin Intended to illustrate this great virtue, Medicine this pa p r .
goon after her father's death and she manufacture, and could easily com- Spring 1\ :;
'' the time the raw materials of it oftener degenerated
There history of Washington's fa
was another lad about
my vas thus enabled too add materially to bine to exact exorbitant prices for into more doggedness than rose into pIn the spring of 1S I was all run down. 1would c
and in the landmarks still
in especially
own age employ of the firm, alld COTJONJPSJ
their tat) transcendent with tired a
her mother's means. use. spiritual quality by get up the morning s
,,t we shared an attic room for seven existing in the city that were associated which men win their sou's.! -Louden Spec feeling,and was weak that I cud hardly TSEfY I
Old sod land
But it cut me to the heart to see with of the revolutionand may require frequent 5 g Run at 80)to 354
years after poor mother gave up her later around. I bought a bottle of Pae'SCele1Co Choke or break Wie rol:. }'eede Condensers tag
how both before it be
mother and pulverizing can effectually .
daughter drooped
., ,, life in weary toil. David Hillburn the years immediately following. pound, and before I tad taken It a week re eQlplete nutdt GIn 1Nnpa
Mercurial Potion. ECLIYafEIIULL>tsililtopfeseen
under their burdens. In of their reduced, as portions of the sod not en elc
'T'' spite Of may much better. I cm cheefully recommend In
the few of horlzonul are
buildings very
rg aluabl.1
like condeD.r.
: a boy myself, toiling the Wahingtn'stime Mercury frequently used
- up brave be turned under and the and bottom pl nwr .. If you ure klnc of
patient resolve to live an independent perfectly who need a building up
ladder of wealth, and we worked which still remain the oldest is by quack doctors in cases of malaria and t a srengn aGinwriteastarclrentaraM w. will kit you lUb.nt
r ': life, earning their own support grass wi sprout. It will not decom- blood poison. Its after effect is worse than ing medicine." Mrs.B.A.DOW, Buln vt it. PBA'1T61YCO..J.Dt.BUTTSPrcp, et
the Jumel mansion in One
t shoulder shoulder. fast friends ever, probably .ri to 1O4 I'oplar MlIJ lPfi18. 'E"
original disease. B. B. B. (Botanic Street
they were utterly unfit for the such cases, and .
pose necessarythe "
#* ; iv :::- until, we proudly contemplated the Hundred and 5ixt '- street, near St. i Blood Bal) contains no mercury,but will Paine'sCelery lua tU PAKI S

.rt ovM weary struggle. Delicate women, Nicholas avenue. The house, which land may have to be cross- poison from the system.
,-: sign our produce house, that told
A reared In luxury, they showed plainly plowed. The pulverizer can do Write to Blood Balm Co., Atanta Ga., for : t
1 the partnership of "Hillburn &. East was then called the Morris: mansion, book of convincing of virtue Compound JONl lji
the strain iu work it however and should curatve
man." 'f physical their pale faces was built by Roger Morris in 1757. good on '

and heavy eyes be used after each rain until the fieldis A. F. Britton, Jackson, Tenn., writes: "I is a unique tonic and appetizer. Pleasant t
? This was when our ladder wake firmly The main part of the huilding was the taste, quick In its action,and Tfa WatOD tiTraq
caught malaria in Louisiana, and when the Beef
And while all this In fine condition. Next
sorrow was still a spring effect, It gives that rugged Lve.Se BP
t planted in the savings of close nearly square, two stories high, with fever at last broke, system was satu- Injurious B
new, a paragraph recorded the effects of the labor bestowed will my which makes everything t't good. It cures a 560.yylrearale. .
newspaper rated with I in
rt' economy. David took a wife, a pretty a spacious attic. An extension of oc poison, sores dyspepsia and kindred Physicians .
two dl5rcer
the sudden death of Donald Ennis in be shown on the corn grown on tho mouth and knots tongue. I got W. $1.00. Six Dru "mention Iorfpcll
a ,J, /, blue-e y cd mite, and four noble boys San Francisco.We tagonal form contained a large and land. bottles,B. B. B., tyhich healed my tongue prescribe $.0. g JONES tm OF BINGHAMTONJBINGHAMTOX f
RICHARDSON Co. Burlington.
j, 1< r were born, who drooped and died stately parlor, magnificently furnished, ind mouth and made anew man of me." ., WEL I Vt N.JC.V ll
.1 t feared Lorna would die ia the -An Australian professor of agriculture Wm. Richmond, Ga., writes .
" when mere children. with bed chambers over it The cen : Atanta : Color "lyfhing any color. ?1.la tm rAPfaRq aw J"- !
,' So I said long, dangerous illness that followed tral hall, to the truly says that "no hard and :y wife could Doctors called DTcsfaer r' l as David and I were nearly or passage way parlor it syphilitic iritis. Her eyes were in a S Awards

' forty when Lorna, the only girl, the reading of this news Her mother was twenty feet wide The fast rules can be laid down to distinguished Jreadful condition. Her and fife failed. FOOD Fouriihtsbabiesperfeatlif.. in Meals. E\'ebe

",, was born, and I became the willing found her insensible, grasping the walls of the mansion were of scientific from practical farm She kidneys had P ere'deraii joints ed also, and no. Her one LCrrED T rtuncuuutwrae.iTy MILL INSIST THAT J, 7

,: .tf blavo of every baby caprice, entry girlish paper, and she came out of her long imported Holland brick sheathed ing; the two must go hand in hand to thought she could be cured. Dr. Gillamrecammended 3

, I 'r-:: .. whim, until she was a fair 'maiden swoon only to rave in delirious fever. with planks. Under the entire building secure success. In agricultural pur- B. B. B.? which she used" until r Simonds Saw

; I'-" of 11'0 learned, in her grief, how strong cellar out of the suits scientific farmer must also be a her heath was entirely restore.
eighteen and I was dug
knew that f loved a sold g. Jones, : "Iwas \accompanies the mill or buy direct
t her love had been and wondered at practical farmer, and a practical farmer Ga writs little bop 5 rick I I *.* aFrrcn
; r her:-I, a man old enough almost to be rock In this building Washington troubled with copper eruptions, with a dieeftstffor years old wa baa I of te: aker t L I
t the cheerfulness that had covered should also be scientific. Scientific loss of appetite, in back, achinp MnONDtSaMFC ,
) / her grandfather. a his quarters while tho Americans were pain joints I no Jnmc The noils camo off hid ficg I lib

t. I had sense enough to keep my se heart so sorely tried. But she came slowly evacuating the city. From the farming is not only carrying on the throat debility, emaciaton. loss' of .hair B., B.sore B. 1 I middle ena joint fingers lor 3 yearn come he off Buffered to the I II I _,rHUU.TBU FAi M" rr_7.1 :

( cret locked in my own breast, and bah: to life, a shadow of her old porch in front of the house he watched ordinary duties of a farmer, such as pUT my system. iu fine condition." dreadful'-: no getting well and 11 >SEJ Et

1 Lorna.;. had no suspicion of it when her't't bright sel patiently taking! up her he movements of the enemy's feet i plowing, reaping, etc., but i also includes HAD water- is wasufl- of soap-,because it chief am eati can.'red e of Swift's hi*improvement.JoirrDEiHL.Specific Is. the! $ $2 1 $3 t U I'5 q 1

I "' own troubles began.Long routine duty again.though pale and the Hudson below. a knowledge of the reasons why : lima form un insolublecompound CA Y For Box b tnnu
sad as she had been before. I these with the thus rendering a Jan.12,1SSD. Pern,Ind. ) ,
never operations are necessary. soap of our 6L
this the house of 'Hill- Long before the revolution the part of it useless. CANDIE3: 6f
For I watched her with all region _. = POISONED DY A CALF- burn year aover's -- LT AND :
( & Eastman" had ceased to exist, a about lllversiide Park was dotted MANURlNoT'oRCHARDS. Is It any Wonder little boy troka out with sores and t Add j'

I and the partners, men of large wealth, interest, seeing her hold upon with country seats and deer parks, and that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover ulcers with,the n resnttof cnt the The saliva ulcers of a were calf coining and in pain1ful contact F'OYD A MOONEY PU MEMPHIadnl .;

\ had retired upon the fruits of their la ife weaken visibly, until the family was then known as Bloomingdale. How to Supply the Element Taken from outsells all other blood and liver and showed fngr. to he deep gave him' eat !iwr.naR.ra..rt MM. _J
that the Soil by Fruit Trees. since it such curative Swift's and he is '
whispered possesses superior
me only a now
bor. pb'sican XP rotr
But while I t SpilC vel
was satisfied to draw was built the famous Apthorpo .T
a speedy removal to milder climate Apple and other trees are constantly properties as to warrant its manufacturersin Feb. Jons P. ,Anburn,Ala,:
the Income of sure investments that a mansion, originally a nobleman's supplying it to the people (tae they are Send for books on Blood Poisons[ &Skin Diseases,

i1r- '} were not enormously profitable, David would prevent consumption.Then palace, now a restaurant and beer taking up potash from .the soil and doing, through druggists) liider conditionssuch free. SWUT brrcmc Co.,Atlanta Ox ; Work, .G
of it in the as no other medicine is sold under ArchiecfuJallron
I storing large portion ,
Then for
spoke. the
f'r" had a restless mania for speculation saloon in ex-Alderman Wendel's Elm n viz that .IU." .brt
either .
: must benefit or cure the QEST .
time I told tho love I had hidden for wood, and it is for that reason that in iT Woven Wire ; or repair
J that kept me very uneasy. He could park. Under the roof of this mansion patient or the money paid for it will be STEEL Fencing t WORKS wor .
.... and asked old orchards there is sometimes a promptly returned. It all diseases Seld t CHICKASAW IRON ,
.. fears, Lorna to be wife. cures
not my
content without some active interest the; secret expedition of Nathan Hale TU
;/ I[ told her dearth of fruitage and growth, througha arising from dernge1veror from impure Wire Rope Selvaga 'Ol'E.IL'DHEP.I": ct
.I!, in business affairs, and speculated frankly that I did not expect 1 was planned late on Saturday night, blood, as bllousncss, ," o .UU THli .. .
her to give me the love she had scant supply of this essential fertilizer skin and salt-rheum al _WN 1 NEEDLES ForallPewingJtaci4ltagTACDARDG00na
constantly, winning and losing, butnever given September 14, 1776. Here Washington scalp : 0.
\ Donald, or even that she could forget available for use. scrofulous sores and swellings, fever-sores, Za : Tie Trace 8ap.SHUTLES
tiring of the dangerous employ had his quarters when the intel hip-joint disease and kindred ailments. forwboletlepr
r him. But I would bo satisfied she Where trees have been standing for J l t.BLJLOCK
1.- i ligence of the approach of the British l"JeC
would continue to love she had years, drawing from the natural sup- $500 Reward for an incurable case of :JLcaUttu
.; At the time we left the old firm of mo as fleet was brought to him. When he chronic r >;ana T Ppa wgtlrw.YAt ati
ply, and there has been no application Nasal Catarrh offered by the manu- .
done all ,
her life
Ennis & Lee Mr. Ennis only giving me the the British Of
chose, most moved farther north and facturers of Dr. Hugo's Catarrh Remedy. aiVK TOUR 01 UL A PACKACZ

'' unfairly, to consider we did him a right of a husband to replace her in a occupied the city Lord Howe and his it is not at all surprising that there 50 cents, by_druggists.__ 'i SPECIAL eE

home of wealth, and take the should come a time when the available h 0 K' .T 0 I USHE WILL ) I
grievous wrong by goint into the same necessityof staff occupied the same apartments in is exhausted-not IOWA farmers last year raised enoughcorn TO Sb PER ROD. J &..-.
btead-winning from her frail hands. supply only of pot- to "llza'ddthEc SoTlbynsordealer 'I
business, the only we understood. which had slept. This pay off all the farm mortgages in (
Washington FRPICHT
From And she consented. Once betrothed ash, but of all other mineralplantfood. the State and leave a balance of 100.000,000 TI1K )te)1t'wt1yF Y PilD.WIKI'informattnnfree FKXUE nO; Out Plso' Car*
that time
there down
r was a feeling of building will soon be torn to bushels. Jiorth Market aad Ontario Mt*, CMIK., Conmnnption not

i-wi'.towar us, that deepened as she grew so winsomely loving that ray make way for a new street. p :iAYiltISP1PEAwsrcmrwm4. j t PREVENTS Bo,n but*> P.F.
heart filled with delicious Here is undoubtedly one prolific A Sure Deliverance I.CUB
became a content it
Ralph enfeebled
by age. There are two other historic build- IR'
of failure and Not instantaneously, it is true, but in a
had cause decay the treesin
r So when Donald Ennis, the grandson never known. I was a i the ings, though of a somewhat later old orchards.As short space of time, persons of a bilious MOTHERS' FRIEN ,.nnOR.4f

y of our old employer, a handsome fellow gratitude sho felt to me was merging period, in that neighborhood. One, habit are saved from the tortures which a |!BOOI. .FIUIrd JRrL.AttorMT A.
a rule, farmers aro averse to cultivating disordered liver is capable of inflictinQby 1 Uw, oE
i of twenty-two, began to hover little by little into love; true, wifely "The Grange," in Ono Hundred and : a 'uDp C
Stomach Bitters, anti bilious /E XHia cafe tlrw
w' about Lorna David became anxiouS' to love. And I believe, then, and believe Forty-seventh street, near Tenth ave. orchards, overlooking the fact Hosteter's aperient of the an first- MAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY -, &ao wl 1:

[.* eparnt the two. now, that it wa. I believe that as my nue, was built by Alexander Hamilton that during all the years exhaustion. is The pains in the right side and rank BEFORE PENSIONS DUE>( ALL SOLDIERS
wifel.oruawould constantly going on. right shoulder blade tho sick headache, fre*
Old have learned to love CONFINEMEN F
RlphElinisowesusagrudgc, in 1802. The other built about the nausea constipation and saffron hue of the BOOK TO "IOTnEU I .A. w. HcCORIICK*801,n.r.llo. Wull., .c
\ he said to i me and me alone, had we married. same time by Dr. Samuel Bradhurst, For! the supply of necessary food to skin, are entirely removed by this estimable BRADF1ELD KEG L..Tolt .ATLTA. I ftf-HAXS rule fAFlR. wr*.7"C65 R+. i

r spent upon Lorna." The wedding preparations went for- stands in Ono Hundred and Forty- trees, there is nothing better or mo'ren restorative of tone to the organs of secretion SOL PAPia BY L.Dltt'GGJSS A MONTH ADD BOARD PAID s

tural than ashes, and unless and digestion.DivioDcDLET IAU tat .-J"m or lnieist| commission and 3O DAY r
But Cupid laughs at grudges in : ward briskly, for Mrs Hillburn and I eighth street. supplied cKRUITtoAirpntsonoarXewBook.KW.ZIEfcl.Ems .

: past generation, and these two loved \elO both anxious to have Lorna readyto Another building of a later date a cause of failure may reasonably be FIELP'S hobby is his love I slroltTErs_ OF CHINA, CLASS COM ita -." at., 1t1.IA& ..
sti of pedestrianism and he is proud featsin THIS PAP&tnn. iM ,
each other deeply. Al mo! I kept my go south in September, and escape stands near General Grant's tomb. anticipated. this direction. h AND Q'EENS .FthJ SULPHUR- -SPRINGS-T-,

. pain closely locked my heart, when any danger from winter winds. is the Claremont mansion, occupied at I Spreading broadcast brings ashes >e and attractive. 6 train & VlrgntL
' 1 saw Lorna's' ,'ioletes full of love- Upon the seventeenth wo were to be various times by many distinguished where they will be carried to the roots proprietary PHYSICIANS medicines arc justified which in claim denouncing to cure! \ "C. to J.3.CRAIG. Goshen BridQevSAMPLi1:8FRE*

light not for me, when I saw soft rose married, and the seventeenth dawned persons. It was built by Dr. He of the trees qnd become at once avail every thmg. A medicine, for instance,that .a tOA6EHTS :Wrb.wGEU. .t
tints on her cheeks deepen at Donald's bright and clear; a day to make the was succeeded by Viscount Post able in ono person, wi -:1 ;:IPIS. A.. BCUTT IU'. le Tat fDelicious -
Courtenay, not cure in for .
necessarily anothEr i voice or footstep. heart glad. How glad mine wan whenI afterward Earl of Devon. After the I is an easy thing to spread ashes it may i bo different; but ASSORTED PACKAGES JARS TO S8 A DAY. SamplworSUI

David Hillburn was strongly! opposedto greeted the sunshine can never be Earl came Francis James Jackson, around the it must be borne Ma'ariais alwars: Malaria and Shalenber- toFVIIOLESALETRaDLt I"5 BKaWSTIRBARTI FREE. Unes not BI1J ,

the visits of Donald told here. in mind that it is far easier to ger's Antidote wi destroy it in system New ,, OLlaco"a S
r Euni from the British Minister. Joseph Bonaparte, preservean m every case. you are suffering from FRANCES E, W1ll RD S Bk etFI1TY READ: :tea IH13 PAea. .r 4m .w v

' frt but he did not wih to iasult the After my engagement to I/ rna had ex-Fiing of Spain lived in this man orchard already planted and bear Malaria you will know tt, and this medicine YEA It. AuV>biogrraphy .'11 history of W.C.T.n f A. N- K F. 1241. ,

f young man and met him coo become known I had taken my old sion in 1815. Now a prosperous restaurateur ing than to grow a new one. will certainly- cure you.. Sold by Druggists 80 oollellwr before.IBMICU For hbernl; 100.0OO term Cnnrrntecd.lily and trmtorr M-ed-V ty11EyT.WRITfcSe TO L

stantly in society. When the thatthe at the E- Hotel, and it ashes are not to be had, muriate of: dree"11.LMStlT11/C11.E 41 ..GEWT1 UTE' 'state ADVRlaER,
fact 1'0011 was occupies it and dispensesbeer l PEOPLE who have to listen to violin practicing Dearborn Street Chicago 11..' 1 t :.saw te Advtu I tI

)' were lovers was too evident for there I rose to greet my wedding day. and sandwiches to west side pleas potash and ground phosphate rock are nearly always. bring up in the .AYa.TUS PAFE&wen"ens- w.t j I papr_ i j _.

concealment, David had At efficient substitute and cost less, asylum. .
not the heart, eight in the evening all our old re-seekers. an : ; I
r to tel his darling the truth. friends were to assemble in Mrs. Hill- In taking into consideration the quantityof .TiE days of miracles are past." That -

,a- } in the shadow of those four tinvgra'es burn's drawing-room to honor Lorna's the lower part* of the city, now mineral elements they contain, but may be, and yet some of the most wonderful : r =

ti: Lorna had called "down-town, and then knownas soda-ash and ground phosphate rock things/ ever witnessed by the human family .: i iTO
grown up literally r _
marriage have occurred within the last decade. Not 1
the idol of both parents. Had she not t You must realize how completely this "the eity, few of the old buildings make a still better, as well as a cheaper the least of those wonders is the success -fr r, i

been blesbed with a sweet, gentle disposition was the fulfillment of remain The old Clarkson house in combination, and the alkali in which the agents of B. F. Johnson & Co., t
my whole life street was burned in 1776. Richmond, Va., are meeting. Write them 9
she must have been utterly dream to understand the trial of that In Whitehal soda-ash, while it costs about one-hal for particulars. They will show you how r ,# ,
1793 brick t
j Spoiled; for I do not think Abe wasever ; day I was thrce-btory buildingwas that it does in muriate of potash for work wonders. .
> no boy who could love,
built on its site, and is still there. -
crossed in her life by either father. equivalent strengths of alkali, is in a Ny '
forget and love again, but an old man, The row of old-fashioned houses on THE young woman who boldly states that MAKE A
or mother. much better form to use. % she likes to be hugged should be immediately >
though robust
a one whose one life- State street is also a relic of 178 The -A- \
David surprised when Lorna love There was imported the TJnltcc repressed
va was,after years of despair, crowned site on the French Huguenot Church, inf --
hiding her face upon his shoulder, with hope. States in 1838 66,9'5,74 pounds] of ALWAYS avoid harsh They .- '.. Biseit ti
which was built in 1688, is now purJatvepis. J. (
that Donald muriate of in addition first make sick and .: = U
whispered had asked her Mrs. Hillburn had smilingly forbidden by the Produce Exchange. The potash, to sul- you lea\e you con- --_ : oow BRAND

to be his wife, but lia was troubloJ. phate potash, kainit and other potash latethobowclsandua'scyouwell.Doseone t
me to at the house
appear during Kennedy house it, : pilL SfjDioESUERiTUS.
And, not many hours later, his adjoining ft'on salts, anal over t
the pounds -
1 0'P1c' dar and I. after 200,000,00 o6O .
of AB60tUTElr
sending gift which _.
is -
my said to : :
fears Washingtou han 'el' 'r"rt
realze. Kiipli I a parure of diamond*, half hidden in a viewed the fire-works! the anonymous that far be "'i <" ... -
on occasion ing is sweeter -' ". -: i v1 .
Thre __
being aked by can be no reason for the farmer \ "&
'E DonltJ rut :l basket of choice flowers had fame to the writer of scandals. -' ": '< ..
to of his
gone inauguration, .
/verc removed tc -
upon his new hobos au i n--i fort neglecting to apply an his -- ; t.- h r. .1.= .
the to
slng steamer to ?;
make alkal LrC .
sure of Lorna'acomfort make way for the Washington builiSf. LtniEs 1.,, _i N1... Q }' : 'h<:
aforrent of vituperation, iiJiag; 01' orchard.Andrew II. 'Lu Boston can permanently: beautify their .. a '? -'--' .: 5 -'?: _i-'zz'.q W
duriu-r ;Must z = .
ter. ,' our trip) to Florida, and .-N. Y. Suu, Glob \arl 1 complexion l'sla: with and Glenn's Whisker Sulphur Dye, 50 Sap.. ; \i. 1 i; = 's.. (by" ,

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