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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I ADVERTISINCJiATE S S PROFESSIONAL CARDS BABY'S; WAY t.hewater. ":'in little. : called A PRINCE'S '
IiPAqI 1 pens, BUSINESS. I VERY SLIGHT CLEWS., FULL OF FUN. \
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IURVEYING. CIVIL My baby's face is "crawls, where ,the retraining sab- -
: : ;; t ; C OWl 60.100K; Wh ENGINEERING. innocent It. Duties More Exacting: and Tiresome How Tom Marshall Once UpOC a Time Detected .-Miggs_"I hear policeman ,
I 1i 4 7 00)18) 00 My baby's face la fair stance is soaked and squeezed out. Than a was i
Those or
E": m : \11 00 tt.0u M 00115 00 ,R. ,F. ENSEY a Wage-Worker. a Burglar.
And
fa <**;a e 0.4 10 0-MWMOO1ft **. -" S.-. And ne'er ne'er sorrow elond shadows it, T* e,,,8pongers'thus :work OD,: day Banquets visits, presentations in- "Tom" Marshall was at one lima the killed yesterday in the discharge of.his I >
a of (
care. '
12i 7 00MOO "
lQuaru j 10 Ul 1500IStO'SHO 09 30 00 85 00 .. afterdaytunder a' thai iuty. DI/fgs-7H.. probably didn't
i :21. squares! 29 00 tIC) OOibO 00 V.L&.a, JlJ1\TGXN"EIma.. tropicalhsun augurations of monuments, speechify favorite hero of the bar in? Kentucky '*
He '
-- always smiles when I am sad bums and browns the'skin unlil know it was loaded.Puclc.Mr o 0
t Ten cents a line for the first and 0r oenu ARKEF..L; And laughs me back to mirth: on lug, military manouvers and long rail His acumen, his wit. hi? magnetic. 1
line for each subsequent ioMrtlon. .* I could not tell is can nol tell a white man from a negro. journeys absorb of the time Softlelgh (approaching the l
helpless words way most
Special rates for time advortiseiMnU .Dnuwlltinl', ..tlaKt_, leraltnc, eto., U. power over a jury, whether ho happened
upon How much hie smile Is worth. It is a desperately hard life,more severe polot-'The sentiments I hold toward .
application at the office. IDled: with accuracy And dispatch. which he does not devote to the graver to be drunk or sobe gave rise -<
.. L '%erm.. 16 par day, caik.J. How oft rye mourned our troubles sore than any other that one can think of. concerns of state. Every day brings to numberless anecdotes about him. voi.: my dear MUa,Keene, are so ten- .'-. ,3

'k SUBSCRIPTION- RATES And bowed to sorrow deep! and it requires men of no ordinary him a batch of telegrams announcing One of the least known isUhc follow der that I can not express them!" ..,. \, 1jf,
et : But baby laughs and crows all day constitution to stand up to it. The births marriages deaths in other lug: Miss Keene (archly)-"Then you S 'i'{=:i

On eyear. ..................... ........... 0. HAYNES Till rocked to happy sleep. therefore or \ mighj send them mail!" Boston
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.1.1 are by -
S spongers naturally an
fix months............................... 60 princely families, and these have to Marshall, after a prolon odJioliday. .j. .
And .
yet mind Hcrajd.
though oft
:
e AH uubBorlptions must be paid Invariably la With my exceedingly muscular set. be answered. On his own domestic found himself in a little icla&d town I : :-

S$ j advance body. ? discriminations" In favorer any- D :E1t Zs: ar-: ; I can not heavy help care but think is pressed sometimes The principal season for this fishery anniversaries birthdays, wedding the center of an admiring circle of -Presont;; wear; past-wore; Tommy I. ':1 1"

t Communications upon all matters .f.local That baby's ways the best.'Tis is the summer, from: May to August day, accession day-telegrams and addresses newly-made friends who wcre gnorant 'tlofintr that," said ,the teacher. "

Uterest solicited from all.parts ot the couDt7.r but the best conditions of the water of his \\Tusn mamma gets a new dress it's
Office rer Jones' Brick Block. many years since from above come to him by the hundred, real position or ocjipation.
-- My spirit wandered here, are in winter, and a great deal of thefishing and each one must be read to him lestit Chief among these was a fonaa den to wear, and when papa gets the bill 100trJ:

4 SECRET SOCIETIES.Meiis But Has baby lingered, In his earthly home, is then carried on with success. should not receive a suitable reply. tist, a hard-working, frugal fellow,' it's war, answered the bright boy.Epoch. .-

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every Tuesday And That that Is why I sometimes think ,:: September and March the vesself save a Prince some of this work, but saved a few hundred dollar : lie was -*A strange metamorphosis has ..
lIiLt at Od-i Fellows' Painter and Paper Hanger baby's way's the best; are nearly all laid up. The state ol about to be taken'place in the tree that Washington
pl'l : all.- Transient He has not been so long from HeavenAs all private secretaries are not intelligent married hail bought a -:

I: cru cordially invited broth to to forget its rest! the weather greatly affects the result nor do they much care to assume snug little house, and wijhirQvv his cut with his little hatchet. remarked :" ., S
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attend. J..C,. WILLS, STARKE, FLA. -Emma Gould Hubbard, in. Woman's Journal. of the fishery. When the water if responsibilities. A Prinoe-like money one day from the b-.inS.: to pay the;snake editor. How is that?" askel .
.
rF ... made rough and roily by long-con. for itThe tho horse editor. "It '. : ,
c Noble Grand! ALL WORK GIJ.uU..NTE S other men-must do most of his work .5 } was a cherry ,;

u41.t E.; P. J. FIELDS, S ('rf'tary. P. O. Box 41. FISHING FOR SPONGES. tinued strong winds sponge-catching .I II for himself or it will be badly bargain was to be coratfAed! on tree, you remember." Yes." UWel.f. ., :

_ I becomes impracticable. In some years i done. If he retires for a short while the ..following day. He car'cd the I now it is regarded as a -:.., :';1; ;

Improved Order or Red Men. BUGG & WILLS, One of Florida's Most Valuable I! the fishery has become a complete to the seclusion of some private estate money to his chamber. a smalL room I, Pittsburgh Chronicle.

Osceola Tribe No. 1, Florida-COuncil Industries. .' failure, 'while in others it has been things go wrong. and he -is quickly back of his shop, and locking up the I -Gasley-"That's not a bad sort ol ;

I fires their,kindled Wigwam each, Htarke Wednesday's.Sleep, Flo. at Attorneys at Law S very profitable, always owing to the summoned back to his round of showy roll of bills in his secretarywent to I a picture Brown Madder has in the exhibition :>
,; Transient brothers ore cordially invited weather. As the natural beds oJ and irksome duties. His head aches, bed.About this season." Critic (disgustedly --L: : '

, Y1 to attend. J. O. HAT.VKS: Hachem. STARKE, FLA. Where Secured Sponges Grow and How They' are sponges have become scarcer prices but he must show himself amiable midnight he was wnli-ned by )-"Don't say a word about Sit

- f W. M. MEACBAM, Chief of ne ord.. Market- -Preparing Hardships: Them of a ror have advanced so that even if a vessel with every body. He is tired of talking the flash of a dark lantern iu Its i face. His technique is wretched." Gas- -

_ and Will Fifth practice Judicial in all Circuits.ROBERT the Courts. la the Fourtk Sponge-Fisher's Ufe. does not secure as large a quantityin but he must find something pleas- He sprang up. A man was* climbing ley;(doubtfully)-"Is that so t? I got

; : Sons of Temperance. a given time as formerly the financial ant to say to the dozens of people who, out of the open window. li* desk on to the cows but I didn't notice the S ,
result is about the was and rifled. He rusht-d "
same. open Lowell
wherever upon technique. Citizen.
Meets every Monday iiight in Temperance Florida is he goes, are introduced to
I]I flail. \V II. MKACHAM: W. P. KEITH, for most advantageously situated There are several varieties oJ him. He has seen enough of exhibitions the thief 'ho fired at him twice and -Mr. Jones came home the other 5

[ .1 IADa MILtON. Scribe. earliest settlement sea fisheries and from te sponges caught in the Florida waters.. to sicken him for life, but he escaped. The poor dentist, in the eve night, feeling somewhat discouraged. '

4 _i the coast fisheries There are first, sheep's wool, which of his wedding-day, was left dangerously down
I have been must appear to take an intelligent interest Sitting by the register he
I ? Attorney at Law About two-thirds more of or the less important. sell for $1 to $5 a pound; second, yellow !- in all these shows and cram wounded and peniiilesH.-: his head disconsolately on his leaned'L'

. *_:&CHU11C11 D1IIECTOBY.. washed the boundary is sponges which sell for 20 to 60 himself for conversations about them The county_ was searched lbrtrlCe9.. ----- and si hed. "I believe I'll throw un _J..., ,;
of by waters of the Atlantic cents per pound, and third grass with He of the thief, but in vain. {Marshall the ,," he said dejectedly. .
: + Baptist Chnrcli. STARKE, FLA. and Gulf of Mexico, and, as is usual in specialists. must know the sponge it)
;: ['' Berrices at 10:3J a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer countries of this latitude the sponges, which are coarse in texture, exact measure of compliments which took a keen interest in thS matter "Good< gracious, Jeptha. is that what .

* meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. warm and not durable, and sell for 10 and 20 are.expected by various eminent artists questioned the policemen closoly, and became of the sponge?" said Mrs. -

f.o,. f j,, f J. II. CALDwELL' Pastor. L. B. RIIODES, seas marine are most life.favorable In for the growthof cents per pound. When these are authors inventors and manufacturers. when they gave up in despair :asked! J ones.'ii: hunted high and low for'it.
.. addition
a. 4 Sunday School inoet every .Sunday:) Florida has to this, marketed they are trimmed and He must have read,'or pretendto permission to visit the denti.st.'frooms. When did you swallow it?" _
[ uorning at 10:30. a great number of bays, cleaned of sand and After a close S5
he fouha
shells. and then search '
have read, the latest work on military upon -'Tse goin to leave nex' week
.. and you
If. T. H. Ecac Superintendent. Attorney at Law lagoons bayous and the coast is the floor
into small small
pressed bales of 100 to 120 tactics by this or that distinguished a pellet of burned mistah Crimple I can't run an eleva-
;
L _ _ hemmed in by reefs and bare and pounds each, in which form they go tc paper, which he carried home.: Jft was ; "
tohr mo'.
- General-especially if the no "Why, Tom. that's not .
broad shoals all of t
which excelent
are the wholesale the out of .
dealers. the
Some wadding thief's
II rrl>rlrrlan Cbur h. STARKE, FLA. resorts for forms of fish. attempts General be a foreigner in the serviceof pistol. hard work." "Too hard fo' an old I '
Services Sunday: at 10:30 many have been made during the past three When examined, it proved to be half
every a.m.
S. an allied power. For is he not man. Mistah Crimple. De man told / ..
1L B. The sponge fishery is confined to the to cultivate the of a receipt for water-tax
MATTICE, PAstor. years more valuable himself honorary Colonel in half signed by me de odder day dat elevatohr alone I
bandar School every :Sunday 10 a.m southwestern part of the coast along kInds of sponges, and in some instances dozen John Jones, town clerk.
a whose weighed t'ousand and dat'stoo
foreign regiments, pounds
. I.. C. HULL the reefs!", und to the extensive The
Sapt A. L. SCOTT M.D. rocky the experiment has met with date was entire, but thj name
uniforms he has to wear upon occasions much fo' an ole man like mn to be L
t& shoals that lie between St. Mark's and It of the his '
success. man paying tax
seems probable that the wasro off,
LATE nOM MICHIGLLRiiLg and is it not required of him as liftln' all day.-Munsey's Weekly. .
. Anclote Keys. Accurately speaking, future of fxcepting two
tao supply tho -letters Pe
Melhodlat Clinrrli. sheep'swoolvariety -rMar-
a commander of armies that he should Texas Man (to his brother)-"Did
fir. Services Sabbath 10:30; the sponge reef begins a few miles cast will shall at once searched the
I every : at a.m. and depend upon some such records of '

i__I : 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuosdaj : h1ai:(=&n IDA !UrgloD of Appalachicola, and hugs the coastto action as this. Besides being scarcer seem things to military take the 1?>> Generals keenest interest may bore in foe town clerk, and found on tie given ron while visit you any were of the in'fashionable New York people His .'

Thursday at.::;0. within fifty miles of Cedar Keys. along the sponge reef, this variety date Peter Scott had paid bis water ..
him to desperation; he may be sick to Brother-"Yes. I called on our relatives \
I '
G D. TURNER Pastor Then
,, there is
break of
TERMS REASONABLE.OOee a one hundred grows slower than the coarser kinds tax. Peter was arrested and tho !
. i isday School 9 death of military bands alirays play- the Vanderclams, on Fifth avenue
Sunday at I
every a.m. miles, after which it and S
reappears and the demand for it was found in his
is money ioI1.
:: .4 j, I lJ., .CUARLES RICHARD upt..t"t at Gaskics Drug: Store. south without always ing him his ""national air;" his head posse and I've had the rheumatism ever \ ,' -
runs interruption to Key greater than the N. Y. Marshall soon after left the\ '
'
. _ _ -S West and supply.-Cor. I may split at the roaring of cannon and village since.: '1.'rcatedyoueoolly. did they?" .
!eCl1 the Bahama Islands. This Times. followed by the blessings of thfl
. to : the firing of rifles in sham fights. and grate- "I should so. I felt precisely like .
'UjJ'all TATE POWELL M. D. reef. a rocky ridge, sometimes of gen -. .. ful dentist and his bride. Lon r nfter- say
Oirlnllaii rintreb.acti : I at the thunder of squadrons charging ; I did; when I was a clerk and was shut
uine i-
limestone but of coral ward
generally EARLY TRAINING. they discovered that then fiend
'P.. St., :!G; Acts xxvi.; 28; 1. Peter" Jr., 10.i STAR KB. FLA. begins some six or eight miles from imaginary enemies in mimic warfare; was the famous eccentric up ii; a. refrigerator by accident and. ony" } .

_ i Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. After an experience of twenty years in tim shore, and continues out indefinitely. Dr. Robert Colljrer Expresses an Opinion but ho must look cheerful and well Kentucky- lavyef J of Lad to stay there four hours.S"-TexasSittings. ,liasite & g I
b : practice of his 'ession. has and Relates an Incident. pleased. When the Generals have "1J- S "sds o.ot a.
!
G. I' YOUNG Pastor. pro no hesitancy Wherever Another
there is which
t a rocky bottom story lingerr in tho
To deplore tho lack of so-called #1
in rromislng th3 latest and most scienti.lc done with him the
* f Sunday School ench IxjrJ's day at said diplomatists come about : -"So you want to make an assignent"
3p.m. the
to be gossip tIe
treatment to those asking hi< services.Calls sponges are found and the early advantages when they have not To courts. in imo
these he
on. must in
' C. J. DENTON, Supt. to the country promptly attended. only reason why the fisheries do not been and to patter a State is of an old lawyer named Ilunt, m said the lawyer to thewhole- yw..
enjoyed. conclude that if
2it Diseases of females and children a specialty. extend completely around the gulf a tongue that is not his own, and be very who, in the early part of this ctjrntsiry. sale! merchant who had sent for him. -

" ,J Office at City Drug ttore. coast is that in places as off the coastof person has distinguished himself, not careful about every word he utters, was known as ."thefeuthhouiVd." so "Yes, sir." "What stock have you on P ,

* "l OFFICIAL DlltI CT01tY. .I Texas or- Cedar Keys, this rocky having received scholastic training,: he besides keeping up his tone to thE unerring was his pursuit of a criminal.: hand?" "The clerk making an inventory k
would have risen
to much greater eminence highest pitch of cordiality for the .
a4 bottom in ; On one occasion he was ; now. We got in a consignment t
N begins water too deep to employe to
F. J. FIELD had ho been
Officer so trained is
Clly a Ambassador will write word .. ,
.', 1M.yor-L. Witkovski. permit of profitable sponging. The every I defend a poor colored porter in 15 rank, of cheeso yesterday."LIm-
conclusion.
Aldermen W. \V. ) U. D. I average depth of water on the St. common However, whether down and report it to his government accused of robbing the vaults acb the burg r." "Yes." "Hum. Perhaps .. 3.\i*
Sapp: Miner
- not this conclusion is
or is
r.D George E. Pace, L. D.Wall, S. F. Gardiner. Brick c Muoi'sUd: Pluto P Mark's reef at six miles from land is.. question which tho apostles correct of the a and if the Prince have forgotten the cashier was gagged and tied. | jr we maybe able to pay one hundred' &
"
Clerk-B. K. Alvarez. sixteen feet. The in right names of different Princes and I The circumstantial evident 'was scents on the dollar. -Merchant Trav '-
i sponges are great "
Treasurer'VaJfor,\V ills. I abundance and of good quality, "new education, which includes industrial Princesses of the Ambassador's court, complete against the negro. bu* Hunt eler. S .5
re.MT STARKE FLA. .
training, would be likely to -d -
this of -
lapse will be set down .
Marshal I). Wall. being much better than those from the in tho In memory was convinced of his innocence :The VALUE OF DISCRETION.
,Assessor. W. Sweat. ALL ",oaK answer negative. speakingof against him, and may cause a "cold. ,
GUARANTEED. Box 41.S coast of Mexico, but rather inferior to this to Rev. Robert I thief too, had dropped a'bit. 0(: cloth -
S Collyer, asked ness. Temple Bar. 'Ih,' Dissected the Door
by
!Ct the on the floor, apparently the torn Subject
Bahama The
variety. is 1 lining
supply
him if he did not think his splendidly : e Keeper or a St. Ix>ala Lodge. -
I County: Officer. ,PEEK &. .Flt ZEE, practically inexhaustible, as they grow sustained strength, both mental andphysicn.l Ce- of a hat about which -Hunt's; keen Every country boy who comes into ,
L. County Judge-W. F. Malphns. almost as fast as gathered a Invention of the Microscope.. scent detected a faint, peculiar .
sponge pert .
which under the has before
of
weight (own more or less..experience -
_ Perk Circuit Court-W. T. W.ekfc fume.
I Sheriff-IL W.. Epperson. Attorneys at Law and Notaries requiring only about two years to reach his sixty-three years, shows no sign of The invention of the compound "The man who wore this Is tanner he becomes able. to discri' iinatc.
maturity. abatement, not due the microscope, of two in life I had been educated to S
Tax Asieasr-J. E.\VainrIght. was to facttflat consisting convex Early
t5 .. .. he said to a detective.
Tax Collector-"'. M.'Hale.- Nearly all of the sponges used in the his vitality u. naa not been impaired lenses placed one above the other v obey orders in the same manner 5 a '
STARKE: BRADFORD There
CO., I'L!. was but one tannery-ith in
:: Boperiutendmt of Schools-J. L. Hill. United States were brought from the by the confinement and routine of naturally soon followed the invention miles. threshing machine takes in wheat-
forty One of the
1C: County BarreyorVV H. Edwards: C.H. Abstracts of Title and Reai Estate Law a Mediterranean until 1852, when atten- school life? He said that ho had of the telescope. The simple micro owners' vas a with no respect to individual 'Itfa. L 1 .
dissipated -
3 ''County .Comiiiisiioner: Witkovski, specialty.Abstracts. tion was called to the immense numbers thought it was so and that as the years scope was very early known, a convex young man. He was A few wceksagolwasappolnteddoor. 1

: fl1) B. Knight," 15. A. Todd"Wj-. Pinhole Mortgage, Lien furnished, lax sale.showing Judgment every, Attachment Deed- : _that were growing in :Florida wa went on he was better satisfied that :lens of rock crystal having been found. watched, and was soon detected in keeper at entertainment gi njffj'f'' J '.

...J Star, M. V. Smith. affecting-and Title all matters of Heal of public Estate rcconl in Bradford and Ole tcrS.As soon as it was found that the his life had been what it was in its in the ruins of Nineveh. The idea ol I passing Being arrested some ,of he confessed the stolen his m hey. lodge 01Yliich I :was s n>embeKx ij ...- -

.ounh,. Florida, up to da.te.r Abstract. quality of these compared favorablywith earlier as well as later days.In the more perfect form of this instru- and Hunt's client saved. guilt, instructions,were to admit no, person ---

r ttaseomeera.- those of Europe the merchants this connection he told me of ment is said to have occurred to Hans was I without a ticket. I carried them out*
. Goveinor-F. P. FUmiug, Jackionyifle.g. ., The old saying, "Murder willjijtt,"
.f ana fitters-out of vessels of West
Key in Detroit Zansz to his Zacharias long
or
. Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, preaching very soon after son spec. is true only when some inlelle i is I wisely as' as every applicant hada
*. S Crawfordville. HEADQUARTERS FOR engaged very actively in the business he left the forge: when he was "fullof tacle-makers in Holland about 1590.It acute enough to ticket. But after"awhih. 'a man'came
the
: gather of
J: Attorney-G.n ral-William Lama!', -on.' 'mri5:Xt7tAJO: : of placing them on the market. At force and burliness to his very is very probable, however, that the gu|| -from trifles which other men proof< along and started to walk in.- -Without :" -

ttcello. first the best qualities were bought finger tips." He said: "I laid it downto same idea was suggested, either acci lect.-Youth's aeg- hesitating( I stopped him, when -

;;:: Treasurer-F. ,J. 1'ous, Macclenney.L Representing the Liverpool and London from the fishermen at the rate of ten them with a" great deal of force, dentally or by way of experiment to I Companion.f-...- ") he showed' me a badge. and said he '
and Globe
; Commissioner vof. 'Agrtcollurt'., S B. Company. cents per pound. As Mediterranean and when :I had done one of my hearers Others. Galileo, for instance, thereat i A VERY PLUCKY LAD.; was a policeman. lie was dressed in

0I "TTombweli: sponges became scarce and costly the who had lost both health and vitality Italian astronomer, it is said, A uniform,; to which he called my attention -

l Comptro'ler-General. D. Barnes. a L. C. HULL Florida sponges came into more and in striving for college honors, had, before 1610, directed a tube fitted I Boy of the Twelve Point Captures of a Pistol.a Villain\ a( and'started in again. But in the .S

_ Adjutaut-Ueueral ,!. Long, Cedar more demand, and their value increased came up to me and said: 'Out upon with glasses to the observation oi:I The little village or Gained tending discharge of duty I knew no police
I' [
.
Superintendent eyiS of Publi InstructionUnited -* Contractor and.Buildei proportionately. After about college. any way; if you had been email, near objects. He stated shortly Chicot County, Ark.. was* the man. The vital point was,<|ie was a

S t Albert RUIS8u..Ja.cluIoD"m .' S S eighteen years' fishing upon the through college you could never have after this date, that he had been I scene of the following event: A.tfen- man and had no ticket. So I detained

i. known ,ground:: the supply beganto moved us all as you did.' There must able to observe through a lens the! tleman named Wilson Gabrello. Aiding him. I had got a good hold on hit S

STAR K"b:, FLA. fail. Then, in 1870, a new area of : bo some plan evolved." continued Dr. movements of minute animals, and I a short distance out of the vil&ge, l left arm.: and had every prospect olauecess -

I Register-S/C.State,Tucker,OB,G ilne<*r.....m.. Plans and speclflcatioui furnished on short ground. larger than the old one, was Collyer, "by which the mind can be their organs of sense. In a lettei I had occasion on a certain morning to "hen he tapped my shin with

J Oleceiver- Z."'1':'CrawfordGainesville.. aotlce.: Carpenter work solicited aid discovered, and this gave a new impetus stored without loss either of force or written in 1614 he'says that he has drive to a neighboring town tasting a club \\1e carried in his right. I .

iL&nrrevor-tfeneral-,!. B, Bloxham Tal S jromptly attended to. to the trade. In that year Ap vigor. I think we are working up to with his microscope "seen and observed with him his wife and leaving-tho:; transferred my grasp to mr own

.*.. 1 I a*nassee. IF Hand-made delivered at brick the depot.for sa'e either the kiln palachicola sent out a small fleet of that in the schools now. My trainingwas flies as large as sheep. and that 1 house in charge of his daughter jfilla.S 3hin. apd he was about to

2--: SENATORS.r sponge vessels which_ has since been mostly industrial. with very little their bodies were covered with hairs,, aged fifteen. and son Henry a la-1 of take advantage of it and go

Hon. Samuel Pasco, Monticello. -- largely increased. During me past educational. They are reviving that and they had sharp claws.1-Youth's but twelve years. in. But: my instructions' came to

:>:""."' Hon. Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. J. W. HICKS eighteen years the business has been now, but they will get it just right Companion. Henry was absent two or tUrce mind and I grabbed him again. ,For

*a. nEPBESSTTATIVES.. energetically pursued with good results. after a time."Pittsburgh Dispatch. -.. ... ;, S hours in the woods during tho miming the next five minutes it was an open
First District-Hon. H. II. M. Davidson, '
.. Steering Through Life. whether the
Qalncy. S gathering fuel and on his .ap question door-keeper

>: Second District Hon. Cbas. Dougherty The methods employed in the fishery The World Full of Dust. Servant-Two gentlemen at the door proaching the house with a huge bundle would put him out or he would put

Port Orange. -. 'CITY BARBERAND differ greatly from those employed in I of sticks in bis arms he saw a rail: the door-keeper out. My lusty coun- .
; Mr. John Aitken want to see you, sir. They didn't come
: is
a ingenious
'l the Mediterranean where divers go very I stout and coarsely-dressed colored manjump try strength stood me in good stead.
down and bring up the sponges. Small ,gentleman:: but some of his discow- together; just happened along at the from the kitchen-window andstart L but his club stood him in better. I

: vessels, carrying crews of from five to ies have a tendency to make one feel same time. I on a full run for a piece of \VC"i-l:1s, had blackened his two eyes and disarranged -

I'I P PATENT: fifteen men. are fitted out at Key West creepy. Ho has invented an instrument Householder-How do they act? several hundred yards to theast" L his uniform he had counted on "-

Hair and Appalachicola, for trips of from by means of which he is able to "One on 'em is awful polite, sir. and of the house. Suspicious of 8 fine for a passport, when couple" of his ,.\:;;
S Dresser. begs the honor of a few minutes' "
four to eight weeks on the sponge make a number of calculations of the versation." con evil the lad dropped his wood I colleagues! came in and settled the 1

OPEN AT ALL TIMES. grounds. The crews are paired off into most uncomfortable kind. With the and made for the house wherejhe; matter. They told'me'how they were : 1
aid of this he is able "I don't want to see him; he's doubtless .
: small rowboats, or "dingies, to.catch apparatus to found his sister bound hand and foot there to protect us and to preserve ._ :

FRANKLIN\ nOUG6, Sh.pen Call St, Just East *f lUllroad the sponges. One man elands in the count exactly the particles of dust in a got something to sell. and gagged. Realizing the infamousoutrage ; peace, but, for my life I can't under-' J _.
.. : _. ...... the sunbeam. In a cubic inch of "The other sir. is stiff as a ramrod, -
Will constantly hand fall stern, sculling the boat while space to which she had been subjected stand hoW they enhanced peace very .
keep on
a and don't
sir waste words.
- S 50UI"1Y8R OF line of the following goods for sale : other kneels in tJle bottom amidships, near the celing of a room he found no he sped to some neighbors ind I much around those corners. They :- :

S ,,:,. S Dandruff Cure to c.eanse the hair. with the upper half of his body lean- 88.310,000: atoms of dust, and in the "He must have"a bill. Tell'em both] relating all he knew about it besought: told me to come to the station but J 1
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__ I'm not at home. N. Y. J
). 0 Cream of Roses for the the side and the bottom same space of a Bunsen flame 489- Weekly. 1 had been instructed
face to remove ing over scans them to attend to his sister. and t on explained how
:.l1!. biriu* itt'! rarmp bleil Innburu':tan, freckles and atuoothe the of the sea. To aid the eye an instrument 000,000. Such discoveries make us -....- ,.shed back to the house, secured a'e- to btay a1 that door and let no man 4I
skin. A full Jine of Razors and Honei whichis dread the air we breathe. Not long At the Fancy-Dress Ball.
called a "water glass, volver and dashed boldly after ihe pass!: withdut a ticket. But they insisted ,
\ eonstantly on hand;old razors repairedJ. a common water bucket who&o ago Mr. Aitken proved that in the atmosphere Miss Britely-Why, Mr. Flatted villain. S : ,that I obey orders and again .-S -

825 ''F-$lretL.; Near U. S. Pent! Wiles.WA8H W.SUrke HICKS Flo., wooden bottom has been replacedby of a room when the gases what possessed ;you to come to a fancy Some men who'had heard his story told me they were there to protect S ; .

one of glass, is used by are lit in the evening there are as dress ball in ordinary evening dress? armed themselves and proceed in 11e and preserve peace. We had another .

GTON..D.'cv: getting it in the water and many particles in each cubic inch a. Are you supposed to represent any; direction taken by the colored rnn, argument with fists and clubs. and I 4..;.
S
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S ..' WHITE LflR BN thrusting the face as far into it there arc inhabitants in Great Britain character? """ but Henry had got a fair start and '-. went with them when I couldn't stay S 5"5 < ""\

I'r'I: ".-- : as convenient. When a sponge is and that in three inches from the gasesof Gus (who has a suspicion she i is on as fast as possible. The men at the: door any longer. The lodge 0

.- > .. sighted the boat is stopped, and the a Bunsen flame the particles o'f dust "guying" him)-I represent nothing lost sight of him. and after search1 ItI paid rni'y fine of twenty-five dollars and S '
!
Ad buMne be tore the Catted States *
patent kneeling,: man uses a two-pronged are as numerous as the number of peo : the woods 'several hours in vain ..*.ItI ; for officer '
S Dfbattndif44o moderate ,Pt''. Patent allow me to inform you, Miss Brtely.11iss costs nextday; assaulting an
hook, attached to a slender pole thirtyor pie in the \v. rid. It would require turned to the house and aniou and the workman told ms .
)sc wed jalhe United; States and all foreign Eggs for Hatching Britely-Why, of course! How ? o master S
S eountrieio TnAi'B,MARKS AKrvLAur.LRreclstered. forty feet in length, to secure it. more courago than is averagely pos- stupid I was not to know it!-Terre awaited the return of the boy. It v' I mubt USC'discret on. He said it was

Rejected applications'revived and Considerable dexterity is required of scssed to state the quantity of dust we Haute Express.: not until sundown that the little Tu--o the metropolitan way of doing things. .

proceuiited. _,Information and advice as to, both To the theyare inhale with every breath-London ___ ._ ____ in He had .
obtaipW Patents .phccrf ully furnished with- OHE DOLLAR FOR f 131 I men. cure sponges came sight captured t-ro Henceforth:} a policeman can go throughany
1 % first about the vessel's deckin Globe. -Dennis A. Volozan rascal and him have
,cut charge.:; spread S a Frenchman was driving toward tfo portal-I'm guardIng. or anything
I
If'n4'l'kf.tth- or' Model for free opinion their natural upright position,' ROI painted a portrait of Washington in village atthe point of the revolver. ; I've ,'got for the asking. :y :,; .

,. to patentability.. .. Wait Leghorns (Knftp's Strain) see. the that they will die and while decomposing -An espalier tree at Pollct France, 1801 which is still in the State Houseat A purse was made up and given to should met one at night. In' .a-d.: .

. S-S '<>>!"... of 'Patents Yurnienel for 25 oentf on profltaM" variety for. FI'm.1L> Kr?,, allow the gelatinous matter was planted in 1580::) and is now the Dover, Del. It was hung in 1802, the little fellow, who had the grafi?;;- alley. I should take out all the ash' '-
refulj! p-ickeJ and dt-'h red Al Exp
.qcorrnpondvicOIn'X4. 1111" III above price. Adar-s *"i to run off freely. When they: have oldest in Europe. Its", spreads 100) feel t. and for eightj'se'enears has been cation of seeing his prisoner seeuri!V had. lay it down and skip. :I hav.fI'""'

a O. G KNOX, been several days in this they are I its stem is three feet through, and i: untouched except once when it was locked in the county jail.-Cor. lhJ..- learned ,the value ofdIscretIon.-II; 5

S IIJhJlln Ciaj county, i'lorila/ taken to tho shore and thrown into still bears:: 3,000 to 4,000 pears :yearly omened up by Jacob Eicholtz. delphia J.>res$. tei-view :Jo.St Louis


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an.IUridge Lair. ed or refused lto work. and upon the p.y.1 I sLIN6ftiATAiI

d WRD )iUciuuui feet-ping ia con meat. of aid ClQID be or they CIRCUIT FLORIDA.COURT,4THIJTOWCTALCOF BRADFORD !

public lu.ds aud bridges nud excempt for the number. days paid for FEXWICK N.hum J As-umpstt tor suit of
## ( C L ... out aol construction of &Ile thirty-three and one-third cents per day. ,*. V attachment .
, ; $? &* I the raising of revenue for and costs may also be paid by a defaulterat J. B. .'. t Sam sworn to. $130. With 'a Tlew of giving ,.! -present business, I I.el1 M. "

, -I "- ., any time?from commcacement of stilt The defendant.. 'J.H.Gregory,andall other out my entire stock;ofH u 1I1 UnE
1.C. trial. tnd such Interested are ereby atoUflad' of tie ,.- .
of- upon
p of the to the day payment persona 1' L '
. ., % :-' Editor and tl 0. the legislature' shall be .' commencement a sit la the above-eaose ty I J : -- .
'- &&' L* / 11.i. said defaulter excempt.Sec 'i a&&achV.eaS and;are hereby requited w c
'Thai each County r 81m. *12. VTho county commissioners of sad or demur to the declaration lied i. .
.IICII... in this state therein the 1st Mosriay Aiaratt. A, D.BW. .
B each and, each pd every county may.at .
& ounly
% --- ) every : Sesame oi.w aKale ATCOST ATlJ C
: in each year for beloffthefth day montlkjii K
the annual meeting
i Jt,hereby made rqSd dis : this -
4t1 day of coast or Judgment .
-Jularvrf Accor&nff '' levying taxes, levy a special tax-of not '
of
comnrissloners him default. "
; : County en against by
HU Put OJlee,.8t z 1_ .i .1&
less Hum one-half mill nor more than two Besot WILlA.
as'
Miall MI won practicable '
'J'I'
irV1- tilatt mills on all the real and personal propertyin April 13.1889. Att'ys for pl'tlff. '
this and annually
of net. -
1 that the forecou to correct
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hereby certify ip&
L the first Monday in July of their respccive: counties subject to tax II cop or the original notice of commencement ofuU 3
'a Superintendent allon,'which shall be assessed and collected lithe. above entitled cause now on Slainomee rr.7 '
; Slnggers \
ji'
for and in each uf Mid as other taxes are eollect.rdaud the ; i'/
of office this 13th
seal
and
du > having a hard ( however that incor- revenue thus derived shall be set apart as day Wiopss of Apr my A.hand D. 1_. COrfJlI

t-: ctatche of the and towns shall not be en- a rdstt fuud. to be used for maintaining lSEAL.:J W. T. Waaca. /
L. road district but may form making: working. : altering repairing, Ok Circuit Court.

1 of,MiMiuippi road districts under the fixing and constructing the public roads
.
1 hvethetn.ftj .. i the municipal authorities of and bridges of the respective counties, -4KI Notice for Publication.LAHD .. ,
I town. and shall be used for no other purpose Orncx AT GAMSSVILLC.Fu .,(
I Jane 21st.1899. f
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;I : Reports 'are 1 .id .Superintendents whose duty it ituall shall be. whatever.Sec. 18. All bills and accounts to .be NOTICE settler is hereby baa filed KInD notice that of the his following-Intention

1 : "' theinoney hall nteel at the court paid out of the road fund shall be audited to make final proof In support of his claim and For the next Thirtyay1t1C
\ the board of Road Superintendents and that said proof wi'l b*made before Register and
counties the by
flood respective ou Gainesville,11*..on August 16. !, _
t town Receiver,at
' _,.__ of August next ftuccreding approved by the chairman of' said board POWDERAbsolutely vlf of LakeMde. Florid. H. "W SLA.NXEN G.
t it should'be. m Ju'y.! and organize and attested by their clerk and deliveredby JL aYaeVfor theSw* of NW* and NW* of _
their number a chairman said clcik to time clerk of the board of SW.It Bee 81 Tp 7 8 BaDp IZ E. He kamestbe .

In4 _. iafaction amon county commissioners, who hall present Pure. klenm following UpoD witnesses, and cultivation to prove his of continuous, Did land ras.vis: A. E. J.\.lOrTT It "

itt '. unfortunate town.A They shall meet as.often at said bills or accounts to the board of county J. W.Batten.J. W. Moore.Cl.W.Wiley.. Thomas ,

.f to coalite them t. keep commissioners at their first meeting, varies. A m vrvel Dixon all of Lakeside,Florid ,
.. This powder never
and shall at issue their watrant 8.C. rtmsa.Register. '
and bridges In thorough they once and wholesomeness
'n: : an the treasurer for al such bills of purity strength ST-AJRBIIE (CALL STREET) FLOBIDk \
respective counties. on county More economical than the ordinary Publication. ,
Notice for
. ; feeling of oar' within one month from and accounts to be paid out of the rod kinds, and uannot bo sold In ootnjx.Mtlon _r- ________r.j-.r-J---'-':'-"- t .

: ,. :. of Mr. West it and organization of the fund. with the multitude of low te st,-ihori LAXD Orncs AT June GAixBavnxs in.1889.ru..l I( To my Patrons and the general) Pnblic I woud.re.pectfu.ly! _f -
) shall Sec li The of the Road -Superintendents alum of phosphate powders
Superintendents they pay weight, Is hereby given that the followtng-
I 1 e on" Sunday, the public roads and bridges of flmll be two dollars per day and Sold only In cans. Royal Raking Powder NOTICE settler baa filed notice of his Intention thai I am still at my old stand, ready to serve my customers on M

district. and ascertain the ten cents per mile for the nearest and Co., 106 Wall-at.. NY.BIIGSTOREI. to mate Stat proof in support of htoeUlm. and Aa heretofore I shall the- endeavors t
pest
notice. in future ufe to _
wa* shot, about moat route from their respective that said proof will be mide before Judge of the my .
roads practicable
of public in each
erj. Starke. districts, the number rentdences to the cou-ity alt: and return Circuit ourtat8&arb Court or,Fla.la his,on abeence.July 26th Clerk 1889.of vis Circuit: Bllas out good work at a J low figure. I solicit the attention of those in nett ,for .r -.

, *_ dimeanlon of each and the I ; Provided that the per diem of each D. Johns of Lake DULler, Fl*..H. E.Ko. 12248. : .
the murder and the same tnd report the same shall not exceed sixty dollars for anyone for the NKJj Sec 15 Tp4 Range 19 E. Carriages .; .v
He names the following witi'ej es to prove his .
of the day in succeeding their or- i year in attending meetings of the board of contlnuou reaidenc upon. and cultivation of, I IWagois
Road Superintendedts. aid land. vis: William Nettle. K J. Shaw. P-i, ggLes, .
convict the
i to board of Road Superin Sec. 15. Each Road Superintendent J. H. Viniog*nd John Alford.all of Lake Butler,

he may be, advertise. l I'y posting of I shall be paid three dollars per day, and : Florida.Any person who desires to protect against the

j the effort least three public places in non-ileage. for visIting. inspecting and I allowance Wench proof or who knows of any amLdCax'tI
' through district and also by publish reviewing the public roads and bridges of substantial reason under the law and regulation ..
: of Interior Department such other style of
the proof
jtbat the in some in their their respective districts; Provided That why any
newspaper
should not be allowed,will be given an opportunity -
in ita ( there he). for at least four the j per diem for visiting inspecting and .t the above memtkmed time and place to
;ijjpng preceding the time fixta by reviewing shall not exceed sixty dollars cross exam ne the witnesses of said claimant

people of' out contracts to keep in per annum fill any one superintendent. In to offer evidence In rebuttal of that HUbmittcd by VEHICLES.Plows :

c kind of killing public roads and bridgi-a all cases to be Pit.& out of the road fund.Fee. cHlmnt... .8., C.TtlC&&L Register. .
: -
dUtricUyfor bids for 1C. That hereofter all new roads ..- .

: toput a.atop to altering. working repairing, : laid out and established shall be run on,
J. }.. GASKINS Notice for Publication. Harrows Cultivators to order]
tice who could constructing of anv and all : or ns near as practicable to section lines ,
LAND Omc FLA.
&AT QAWUVILLK ,l
and their and sub-divisions thereof.Pec. DEAI.KK IN
bridge n
< respect June 1st. ((889. f .
:t- has placed 11. The width of all public r.-arls is that I i
& Medicine : hereby given thefollowl'g- And !
"I I the people which working, making altering. shall! not be I less than thirty feet and the Drugs NOTICE settler hulled notice of his Intention !! otherFrlningImplements._ .
of tlw roads contractors of the mads'shall have authority to mate final proof In support o' his claim. and -
I' means while public wood most StarkeF1a1 that said proof will be made before W.T. Weeks. REPAIRING of Vehicle Ajrrieult'iral: 1 Implement Tool J.. Machinery
to or stone ,
any shall be lot nut en contract to appropriate any Clerk of Circuit Court at J-Urke, Fla.. on July :
th that the peop'e fide bidder, by districts, convenient and adjacent thereto to the 61 h. 1P89,vis: William. Nettles.or Lake But Gun*, Pistols, etc., made ncatlf and tronglysby eXl' ne.l1..td y

, ; of one year; said contract. building and repairing of the same; Provided Physicians' Prescriptions ler. Fl*.. H. E. No. .14004 for the EX of SWX Sec2Tp4SRngel9E. Workmen. Only thu beat material!* n.ed.l& ;

In isfied. He may specifications as to the loca That no wanton or unnecesSIrytl't'Spll1' Carefully Compovnfltil l ct ',ot'.dal otnig'it fie names the following witnesses to prove hi* -

k:; but the people and necessary amount shall be committed upon the pri. a continuous residence upon. and cultivation of, I HORSE SHOEING according Scientific Principles. ,a.
performed in said district rate property of any person said land,viz: '
J 1: a competent jury. for which the contract is Sec. 18. That it shall be the duty of 811 D.J**D.Shaw.J. Johns. of Lake Butler.. Fla.. J ; _

. tor ahull give a good and the Road Superintendents to have and U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER H. Vinlng. : '

'y Crime in in double the amount kt-ep hc public roads posted by erecting John Alford, G.ARDINERPACE I'

accepted with two or milo and sign posts of good and durable S. C.T .

1' : come of too to faithfully work, m ike. material and hail cause to have placed RegUter. ) <

fix or coiiKlnict any and. Mil) then-on. either In letters or figure;. the
to disgust every and bridges in the district of number of miles. nml upon; the sign posts Notice for Publication. STAKKE, Bradford County/ Florid ,

county. Inside of agreed to take. all necessary directions. They shall have LAND OFFICE AT OAmnvru.K FLA., l

shall be of the the public roads nu'v be June 28. 1M. f
the
murders have duty Sup- graded as neces
is hereby given that the following-
ench road district to per ,sary by ditching and croswaying wet NOTICE settler hn filed notice of his Inten. '
l this county. The from time to time all the and! boggy place and by iloing any aud tion to mAke final proof ia support of hit claim REAL ESTATE\ AGENTS.
tneir I all such work in their the and that said proof will be made before W.T.
and
ter or worse than bridges lit r''pcct- HS judgment .
Wee1 Clerk of the Circuit Court,atSutrke,Florida
i and upon complaint being public interest may demand. on August l t11.ll)8g. viz: Ira Sturgia of .
is going to. of any bridge public :;cc. 19. That all laws or parts of lawsin Worthington. Florid. II. E. No.11850, for theE '-_:-1 -.
of NWX and W- of NF.tf of see 1 Tp 61J r .
t .1k counTy will lose of any public road to conflict with the provisions of this act
Range 19 E. Be names the following witnesses
to inspect and examine be and are hereby repealed. -AND- to prove his continuous residence upon,and cultivation OETANGE GR4VES.IMPROE
1 ;;i $ Law-abiding upon failure of the con Sec. 20. Tlut this HC-t shall go into effect of. said land.viz: 0 L. Mtaell,ThomasH. .
; EKJ Rimes. H. C. Gill. J.J. Brooks,all of Worth- -
.j. among us unless due notice from the uper. upon its passage and approval by the JJ1VJIJ ington, Florid

proceed at once and have Governor. A oy person who desires to protest against the
measures are road, .>r section of any Approved June 7th 1889. pec1al attention given to repairing WatcheOClocksnndJfwclrv. ., allowance of ouch proof. or who knows of any ) FARMS
cnme. West his district properly fixed &c.. c"J vrofk doa substantial reason under the law and the regulation ,
' : the at reasonsble prcir fo of the Interior Department why such _
Superintendent, shall proof should not be allowed, will be given an
She bowed Him Star*.
Wall a
\ quiet I'' *ork and repairs done I opportunity at the above mentioned time and W ILD LANDS. .
be claimed kiss.She ;
For shooting star a :
J every place the witnet said
wo have yet of the .contractor and.shall Notce" I to cross-examine sea of
the seeming coy,at first demurred to thl; T17HEREAS .. .administrator claimant, and to offer'evidence In rebuttal of
t ; had. If such at next meeting\ of But he persisting would not be denied, >V tic| c-tftte M. F. Brown.lat ot Bradford i. that submitted by claimant FLORIDAI4:t
Superintendents. when they State of Florida, has In. 8. C. Tucua.Register.
County. deEuld. fled of i lanUi{ io the
down for no suit on the bond of said Whe'j he.at length a eying meteor spied. my office a.u e.tion of 4,000,000 Acres belonging :

What will if by them deemed And Oft1 scanned so, as evening the glittering grew pace aspect their of eye the sUes; estate these claims are therefore against Mid tn estate notify all to perso'holding file tM $200 Reward SUVTHK11N HAl LWAY CO., attributed! throughout the tat", Mi|: t''

; -V estness of the all male persons over the And when a dana g star caught either sight same the Second in my, do OmCf.y of dulv Iulhcntcaf.. .on on or which by by A the reward County of Two of Bradford Hundred for Dollars the apprehriwion.will be paid extending southward from the Monti [boundary of Georgia to Fort Htrrell, ; i ;

, and under forty-five A sound of kissing broke upon the night. day then will be mnrte a probate dilrbu'lon of' arrest and conviction ot the person or prraors f *:
out evidence for And it cameyto the of sAil 1 estate among of who murdered Ruff and John Ruff In : '
% or have been residents of so pass anon that she aSttB cn-ltn Gorge a in Monroe county. 'j

-: :t_. coroner's jury, is jr"'C this state for thir-y days. Loolc'd for a shooting tr an much M he. tbesaipe.WiLDe.l! my band and a this Nay 24th. A. section mile* ur>houseon rth of Hampton the F. C.&in P.Bradford R. R.. about County IX, I .

shows that the not exempt from road Nay, if one by chance escaped his view D l1$ WI. F. M.\.HURS. on the night of May 13th. 1889. Liberal Terms and Special l Inducements are ojfer.d 1. r'
1k -rQf subject to work make or She called his wandering fancy to it. too. [ L] County Judge. Offered and,published by order o the board of .

' this kind of roads and bridges under When intervals seemed long between etch hug 47GinoF rlda.Ounlr June Commissioners 3d. A.D. J8 Bi-adford County. Klo BONA FID .SETTLERS.- '

.: _an innocent of the upcrintendent She called him on a parsing lightning bug LORI( DA CENTRAL E.A TODD. --- .
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each of the road districts of And ever taxing her ingenious mind Attest: Chairman.W. "

a. jitifO Is toot a not more than three days in Heir ready wit enabled her to find & PENINSULAR. R. R. of.T.Circuit Wens.CTk Court. 3oOCO( Acres of WillInnsndSwann' Utd and lnd tI: .

ilSb 'kuiflgle: hair year in the discietion af More fhooting.Hars in three short hours Formerly the F. R. N.Co. ex offlcio Clerk.n i I '
Sam'l A. Swaun nitu.itc both the Floriaa and
on siden2of Railway
nt; Provided how Thin would compose whole'meteoric) sh.iwers. Auditor of board of I NaYij"'l
Time Peed.-June 2, 1889. Co. ('ommlwiniirin.
But if be J payment to the .clor But when she did her last pretext exbau.t.And !tlndarc 5 I 7 iv'N.1| 8-I By N. D WAWBioirr.Dep'yCnr. I iou Go's )inu of Railroad het.Wt"naln in3, m the Atlantic' .
and one-third cents about :80UHE _
io" per day was to yield her cause aa lout -- '
dastardly, so of days required to work, She raw a switchman'lantern circling .wln 7Op1J4aIL.S 01 pll'l: 05 sty Jacksonville Vernatxllna Arl AH 10 a..a a Special Master's Sale. I Cedar Keys, on the Gull of ifexico. .

- as to shoot from subject to road duty as pro And got the youth down to a steady thing. pI1'J 2 'Ly CallauanBaldwin. Ar I !r 40a600a
virtue of decree rendered the H n".
ph.y TIT .
section shall be for 830p BY .
p
he should have ettmpt Vaaaar Miscellany 4 '! LawteyStarke Art, J&meirM Baker Judgr of the 4th Judicial
oue year. i VSSp pAr a 11. Circuit of the State of Florid the?d on
ORANG
065 14ip'Ar a GBOTS anth MPROYED
the law imposed '' Arll2 1 D. 1888 in .fARMS
ihl1.be the duty of the board $100 Reward. $100. 'IO 3} p *i7pAr: Waldo I a Kebrunrj' A. a c-auae lately pending
b
the Circuit Ckturt of
In Bradford
in
full time that a ] ateadcaata to ascertain the The readers of t' e TKLKORAPH will he uaop 52pAT Hawthorne Aijl)23a, 2 00 a Judicial Circuit wherein Owen Owem County...complalDant said. .
29 Oc-vU
113 aSfiOa 4 Ar4J Ar 9i7pl201atsop A SPECIALTY.
this ]pcfsoaa who are subject to pleased learn that there'ia al least one i p p Ar Ar I Os4 and John L. Wynn and Xrcia Wynn : :
' promiscous provided in section seven in treaded disease that bcieiu-e has been 6 ID a 10 WUdwOl1 Lee burg Ar P10a were dt f"n.aantl. which wit decree hs been s ;
7SaJ I
people must and to furnish the contractor of tibia to cure in all Ua staff*, and I that isCatarrh. uorl\r Tlual Lv lOOp dulylWlilrD..l.Owens.Junior.who L-rlrtnJo | 4
HaU'n Catarrh Cure th. a l.p .
district "vith the names of fit only tl LI t I.as Special Master appointed by aaid decree to
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-ty. -conviction. .. are subject to road duty positive cure now known to the niod- 81 I I TAMPA D1VN. I I 80 execute the provisions thereof will on ti.efith .. .. :
loaf fraternity. Catarrb being a constitutional 710 Lv Jacksonville Ar 10a84Sp day o August. A. D. 1889. the same being theist -
can we -their respective districts and
.expect of said jnonth
disease, requires constitutionaltreatmej. 6 00 a Lv Wlldwooa Ar Monday and a public pale day in tOfli WTIQVKt&
think of us if we those subject to road duty Hall'8 Catarrh Cur ia taken 640aB30a Ar Panasoffk Ar SOu'p front starfce.of the in said court Brat house ford door in the within town of i : .
4 shall be considered as one 7 2 a Ar SumtervlIIe Ar county legal
. internally, acting directly on the blood IKSlftp hours of sale of said day sell to the highest and "
free in the roads and 825 a Ar fit.Catharine Ar
to out
letting
tere go and mucus surfaces of the system there best bidder for cash the following described
Ar )coochee 6 G> :
.. some innocent "I and every district. by destroying the foundation ottbe dit.eas .- 1125' a1205p Ar Dade. City ".Ar Ar P land situated la Bradford County. Florid to- Piace
shall be the duty of each and ", and Riving the patient strength, by A Plant City LT 400p E.wit: The NEM 49 of the 8WX Bee 10 Tp 18 Rft DryI.141810rl
I containl'iir Sale
KoJ acres. made to satisfy !
a thousand. r or his agent to give at building UD the constitution and assists __% I 13 I CEDARKEYD. I 14 I 24 terms of said ; ,
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-be well. : notice either in person or nature in doing its work. The propri- I 7 CO pll 45 a LT Jacksonville Arl lEOpj 610 a decree.RouIrr KKITB. .
: : to each and (Airs have an much faith in its curative I 'OOa 240p Lv Waldo Ar1035p1340p July Bth.1889. Special Master. ..
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summons
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,. Bradford ,county / to road dUly as provided every in powers Dollars,for that any they case offer that It One fails Hundred to cure. I I045i 7 10 a <3'a!2p p Ar Ar Gainesville Archer LT Ar 940a 825a11215p443p4'r I 280p 8 'ABKE": i"Z.A.lontestic .

Florida fipend of this act. whose names Send list .. .. Bronaon Ar 8'l... .. NOTICE.In .
for of testimonials. Add rest. .i .
i .. 700piAr Cedar Key LT 530I4.. .. Circuit Court 4th Judicial
him by the board of F. J. CHEWKy A Co., Toledo 0 Circuit of Florid.
f ).'instance ; or by the Superintendent Q.-S01d by all Druggists. 75e. 8 | I | WESTERN DIV'N. I 2 I 10 Bradford County. The State of Florida.J. .

..4 "iihen.see that toe plainly making known to 7'Opj716aLT' Jacksonville 'Ar 36 P 84Sp .M. Truby,S.J.BternbunrA 1 ma ffimoj -- oas
lOp' 8 00 a Ar Baldwin Ar 146p E. SI.roDl'.lIerchAnta and I
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J the road or bridge, the piste N3SaAr Lake Partner -1
AT business
2 -- 11 ; l) L Patient-Frankly, now. doctor whit City 128p112sllSSpO2TaAr doing unj j AMumpMtsuit .
... -' meet and begin work and the Live Oak ArlSSOo 955a14Oa118aAr drr the firm name and sty'e by attachment.
; a desired to work. The work do you think is the matter with me? Madison Arl Z a 815a of Truby, Stenburg and t SUIT sworn to
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octor-FraDkly, dear, I haven't 41 ,. .. flowlo ". strictly according to the my all 5 p a a Company. the least ideal but we shall know all aboutit 10 I T.lab..e LT 9 on a8POa 8JO a V8. J ,
Tie New the contract after the Jouru. 80'a 8 0 p Ar Lv 150a A. L.Scott. I

I makes the JLny person subject to road autopsy.-BummerTilie. tiOa 4 0 p:Ar River J\o ton Lv 70Bal205aTrains Tbeabo1'enameddefendaDtA. L. Scott and I

in this act who fails No 1.8..7.8.8.1D H, daily. Nn8 all other persons Interested are hereby notified' GENT'SAND BOYS' HATS BOOTS AND'- SHOES I
( .\ :'how in build up or B. B. B. (Dotanle Blood Balm.) 4, 23.24. 3 daily ; 31 daily of the ommencement of the above suit by attachment AND
to the of the excp
summons Monday. and are hereby required to appear FINE
& recommend to :, (whether given verbally or in If yon try this remedy you will say as many FRNA'NDI1A ND1ACSON'IfiE BR'CB.---- plead demur to declaration filed therein(ft be CLOTHING. I

I, rrrders: ) work .\. least eight hours others bare said that It is the BUT blood purifier No. 80. No. 8. No 5. No.6L845a430pLT seventh the first day of October of A.said D. 1_. the same beIng -
Monday month and the rule
: 'j Nine to all| reasonable or- and tonic. Write,Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta. Ga, Jacksonville Ar 8Ma 60Jp of thi '
years ao day Court or Judgment will be taken
raised a large sum of the contractor. shall for book conrincing tentimeny. JO O a lOp Ar FornaPdlna LT 71Sa 4 0 p against him by default. _. ': .(1; ; D AI fla

1 pose of advertising returned under oath by the J. P D yl.| Atlanta.Ga. West End writes: Trainn Nos. i and 8 dally,except Sunday. No-. E.B. RHODES 1M : : ; all!
Ujgl :
8' 61 Sunday only. JulyS, 1889. Plaintiff \ q U
i. money was well to the Superintendent,. who 1 consider that B B.B. baa permanently cured 7:15 ane a.m New Express shorteit ad I do hereby certify that the above Attorney.ia a true >a

1- not bring In an before a justice of. the ma or rheumatism and sciatic" quickest line to Orle" West ilorldapolnts, copy of the original notice now on file In my .

1.' '1 made the town other officer having jurisdic K. B. Baulter:Atneni,'Ga.. write: "B. B. B.I Peulla Mobile and New OrlfDL ?:Js a. m. Juh73.office. 1888.JWtaw*"T hand and seal of Court this P. O. BUILDING. .( .

K'capitaU.ta and such officer be fined oce col has can d me or aa ulcer that had resisted all : anr 1:01. m. trains to Thorn' ,
Niwhville, St. Louln. cia W. T.
examine its a t8, and upon failure to pay other. ." cinnati, Montgmer point North aud West. [BEAU "cU.Notice .

t- 1 built on solid costs shall be confined in the I E. O.Tiosley Colombian Ala., write: "M> .Arrive at 2 45 p na.and 3 45 p m. It- L-Iea.-- 5D .
j sulted in large subject to be let out by the I mother and sister bad ulcrrated sore throat and 11 45 p m Mall and. Express or all points South for Publication.
Gainesville.
.' 1 tion. The results \ at hard labor for scrofula a B. B,cured them.". Orlando. Lbur.Ctrie Tavares.). Dade Apopka.City. LaIrD Omca AT GAIKUVTU. FLA.,I l :a ]L E R 3 I IT

1 IIf nearly 50.000 five nor more than twenty Jacob F. Sprecler, Newnan Ga.,writes: "0. Pant etT. Arhe.t 1 5'' i June 28th. 1889. f

". ."j!: ago there were but B. B. entirely CUM me of rheumatism In my South.p m Lal.I conet through Leeaburie.for all TavarraOrlando. points I,I NOTICE fa settler hereby hs given flied that notice the of following-hi.inten SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS, AGENTS

'. hundreds of new It shall be 'the duty of the shoulders. I used six bottles." Tarpon Spring, Southerland, St. Petersburg I ties to make final proof In support of hit claim i
t trial Chattanooga the p..hce or any othei officer I Chas.Relnhardt, No.3C IIS Fountain street Baltimore and Tampa. Arrives at 6 10 a in. I aDd that said proof will be made before W.T.
advantages come I immediately Md.,write: "I suffered with bleeding 1145 a m Cumberland Rut Express conne' Week", Clerk of the Circuit Court. at Starke. ;:ub1tt :
Southern upon piles two years and am glad to say that one bottle at Fernandtea with c't,of I',florid on auzuiti5ua 1889.viz: Louis F. Gay, anzvs,
every i
affidavit of the road of Bradford
con of B. B. B.cured me. daily for Brn8wic. > Arut CU. Providence County. Florida H. E
: \ tards from persons subject to road ('\lty. J.J. Hardy, & Ga.,write: "a B. B. nooga, Ccnu 8' Lul No. 18015 for the SEX of SEX of ec 11 :. .
We have noticed a in section seven of this act. Is a quick cure for catarrh. Thre bottles curedme. Chicago. Arrives 1 5 Range 17 E. He names the following witnesses SEA-SIDE LIBRARY AND FINE CIGARS. .
of some of them to I had been troubled severs yean.'. 4 80 p m Feandi Mail and Kxpress daily to prove hi* continuous residence and
r summoned and foiled to t
A. Bpintr, Atlanta Ga.says: "One bottle of except Tuesday and Friday vtionof.sMIndviz: John wTosteen.F.
tarns from an to the reasonable orders B. B.a completely cwed my child of cetera-" with steamer St.Nichol.for Savannah and way H. My-'JZ-S- Gay, P. B. SummenaJI of Pro ---

They expect to see ) of said contractor, to forth W. A. Pepper, Fredonia. A.U..writes: "B. B. landings; wt Mallory steamers for vidence Florida. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR AN/ PAPER OR fAG
pouring in the to lawful officer B. cured my mother of ulcerated sore throat. New York. AYe am Sunday train Any person who desires to protest against the solicited and 'ZISlt. Oth's
for them is capias any leaves am. allowance of such proof.or who knows of any prompt attention given to saite. fSTARKB.
person ot persons returned This new service gives perfect connections at substantial reason under theta w and the regu :, Fl*.. January 13. 1J'88. '
learned better has him or them before said jus Baldwin for all points North East and Wet lations of the Interior Department why such 79 12.
t fume veers for officer THATFlIiHT Vi Clan t all points North.East and .* proof should not be allowed will be given an
having jurisdiction, ..
effect but if y connecting with steamer City opportunity attha above mentioned time andaid ---- -- .-- --- .
any to show cause if any he Brunswick for Brunswick, Macon,Atlanta, place to crow examine the witovsets of --- ------
are really all it have why they failed: or re- The Original Wins. and all points North and West. cUlmant.aad to offer CTldence in rebuttal of FOR SALE.FIVE : Slieriff'a Nale. rf
; tear that capital said road accord c.*Simmons. St. Louis, A. O. that submitted by claimant
or bridge rapt MacDonnel
; it and build it %XSunmoas Liver Medicine.EtVd n. E. Mawel, A. 8.C.T aD.RegUter. U "DER and by dates of aa naraUos I.ssa/ .
up. _____ ACRES .
order direction of OF Circuit
or .1ft the U. S. Court Darxirs LAND, in CITY: out of the Court la Md for Ute elk
\ of the first (} No u:leilln J. JttdMal Circuit of Florida. Cradftod Oenmty.la a .
cause or excuce ,Pro'r.A.Q.Simmons Liv LIMITS. Under
: r it I is consequently t'ptable, except such as are er Keeulator,Ert'd by Zci) the benefits of ad *I.A- S. L. M. has for give immediate fenced, withORANGE A1vcres in tHr sad agabiat Jetty II .
relief and ln
,/ section seven of this act, or \:i I'DrGII.Tlolz BILIOUSNESS 47 years Curl11) Pritt T YirlrJj! ?* purauaace of an order made defendant I here[levied opno sad wtfl aeO o*
Honorable
be shown I t.ntl cents and *1. V.vbJuthe James M.Baker. Judge the Lied Monday to .:
to the satisfaction Dnnps14Sra)lzinacaazLosr the Circuit 4th Anew. A. D ISIS.osiaffla* ;
The Brooksrllle that the defendant was not k A..TrT&L Soua STOllACX.ETC.vT. -.UACKMETACK..Ilastng and (ia. rlda,dated May Court 16th A.D.JUdicial 1888. appointing Circuit of K.nt PEAR, CHERRY Mb p-'a,of said moMk ud a legal mis .y. .-
of
Rn. tore the Court Hdoor ,1&
tobacco ; or that the orders of ? R84 *.Taster AI. K. 2and (.ltl. the under-fened. Commissioner to tell the ot- PLU.lll and csmty
on tS e ,Adams Ttlul-, write:"1 lowing real estate belonging the APPLE Trees, e.Florida during tbe r.. mtm*.
per acre, and : were not reasonable. Upon think I should have been dead but In spite of the general depnssion New N. tS',11",0' Clay County Florida estate,deceased.of E. wrtHo the hJc nert Udder U.or cam. aBtheri| a, I.lSt.ar I.
for title ud uuerert wSieh saM JenrlL Jeaw
) satisfactory cause he your Genuine M. A. Sim- rf
II follows It is safe or
: Florida is booming County, tlda.anol de in good growing condition. Well had the 111 day
44 fined section mans Liver Mcdietn I have along and buildingsare scribed as follows the of good on of April A.D. lIS or satnatiiate. .
Havana leaf at as provided in i : NX or WK .
sometimes had being erectr.1 in to the foUo wtM d m.tow .rest-
to nbstiute greater numbers than I bEX of NE Sec 38 6 8 iTcoDUin. water and a STRAWBERRY
Tp
Bance B PATCH.
one half of which .t; Provided, That nothing ,1* "Zatlia's Itllff"for your Medi at time in the inK two and one-half >t: NXH toe .......
be construed cine, but it don't any previous history of the acre, more or tosV By Call address 84 TH 68 BaI'ClD II"
will turn out fine so u to prevent ?* answer UMpnrpose. virtue of laid on. or ecI'W
appointment I win
IlIwn. The sell at ;
ot thin lies in pohiic .
who is cause the 'act auction of W See t, & .. (
the
to
the grower from $ subject perform Dr.J.R.Craves,Editor n that the people are united irnhsir efforts: *tile Court House aforesaid door described lands.In fMDt of (lM 00.e 11 T isTAacreil9acresin -
in the
; according to grade. employing notbtr person 66. t l,McmpFan. f town of Siarke 'v. A. 018._ sa4ISWC@nofSfofSW3SuTpaaasgI'
and In DANIELS
says: nre ndveifising doin- all said county of Bradford.
they
can to between the ,
t.; tbe remaining 500 or ability; t* perform saab I recclyed a package*wtlver I ,
attract attention This kind hours.of sate on Monday,the Mb day of AnjtSt Starke i
Medicine of effort Bradford l Co.
; 4 40 to CO cents per in bisntead; And pnmdt-d ,and have used half of it. I pajn. 188'. Said lands are situated.In Jul 5tf Florida- of &C88 Tpf'iii Basse M aV Jia AJIf
J Itworkslikeaeharm. If that
town would SEi of tiXJK
man
I a or a ,
:7L. rout growing '. It .shall, the privilege of l Liver want no I I prosper, he or portion of the town of Starts ealle.1 KW of 84c11TpS88K"J ofllU s
Regulator and ccit5Inl7nomozeoZj1js it must tike *xi that fflCJiC ai& lee.T.
R care the wo'lil is ThoiuasTille. said lands
I\ |I..r pound. But r in performing road duty. et | Kixtme are well lmprnv. Notice.Six RngeE-0.cres.5tt1og IWJC aad WX <
l never allowed to the a larp- commodiou .
forget fact of his or frame dwelling
the day of default to work SEX of8W3ee7Tpsueg.iacrescontaining
granted but how and
.1-1 never other
its exist nce. It is the buildings with an or&Dp grove weeks after date I will six' ) .
; .eucetneiil nf suit to the pusher thit win*. and other fruits Said linda and apply the Hon.Wm hublrsd and 1&7. (-
it' ? .rrspmsyo pay No one ever yet achieved Imxineiw stircwta acid to pay the debt of aid premise are Malphura county Judge of Bradlord County for acris more or leas. Purchaser ia pay tut tIlIS t'!
1 -'I. .1 ,Z$' produce : ,one-thirl en.j l by sitting down and wailing for others ;' purchaser paying for tiUrs. estate Terms cash, letters of administration on the estate of Allen Prover\Y pointed out byp1ainsi. __ _
f .:IJ;itt; from 4CO tn j .vcrr" fin that he orlhf-y fall. hunt him to I. B. a.nD- Oeteer.late of Bradford Countr.deeeaj. Bavav W. Jill -., .
up Vja :Sb.tifsgr.dC.J'ie..Jtzir -
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tOIEDR1NKS Tobacco&Segars. ; t;; BR/DFORD\ COUNTY TELEGR/PH 'Will .sell our... lawns. at.. reduced I Slain : I Our (:a........ F. ..rTSUrkt I J Altns .......,...
,. P. rfum.ry A Toilet Artlcloles, (- :. A \ prices/: '. ? ". \ by the Way-Side. 18ne of the fortunate I fa our* l Un.we pa 'iiJtrU ellppingftvrn! :
]", : fOtO 0 i =- !TIle Incric.h CititJ-ts: I ceded "\\:)fJ' ...-.'
(1) : Truby, Sternburg & Co. low mi in the Ute to hate a tirxlcLu -
4 4 JfilcH Ms'Drugs:& Medicines.Prescriptions I : iu S'tarke "Ia. Tl889.Local C. J. Went I* Shot while Driving : 'Factory located zsher owl's th land I In, lb.- Uud St.tnr I ,
:pG ::101.19.. .. A few baby carriages low at Home Carriage .
after Dark. '
a Specially. >- was there set fnrrb that mipa- .
l his Iwe111y
I : .y & Co. nwdnt.: Air. A. E. Moitt an ,
'" Opposite Post Office. at RIVERS & JOINER. -e 'fl. i 8." aflaira. Truby, Sternbnrg Tko.. HpklM !-. srU4 for' *CrtBM.Bad able .iorp8 of asfuxtanta' can an-1 do acres went own-! by fotdjnrt. *. not'it. _" .

:;t m Ladies' and gents' rubbers at .!..... saM !.cxte kctwcca the turn ont work equal to that of any ben of this .country, ""Th .AmerWwIfepublirim ; .."

i R. M. ALVAREZ, W. J.. JONES ; :g ..To I Truby, Stern hurg & Co. .w. new.Last Saturday night between 9 large factory in the United States, Srshrst a Int" 'of these fair J :;. ;f.'
> & nigH1 the III"bl"-.fetr fun. i in l I.. l'sdh.4iter{ and ttirir possessions, am}
Moitt
1S We are determined to clear and ill charges Mr. way 9'
JIUS'I&Uf Dealer in And the Kentucky Hoosp'a the place ouj and 10 o'clock, Mr. C. J. West,
-a I'C
Your our clothing. Come low tho generally made for tirntclaas nose tltat in F! nila '.lIOOOOscres 'k
wo. girl will surely come summer early living about 2+ miles west of Starke,
I. Dry Goods & MERCHANDISE ; If you havegot" the face and get the benefit of the reduction. on Crosby lake, wax shot from ambush : 'orij. Mr. Adams, the woojj!I i owned by tbof IIMIU !'>ndicate 1-H**r .

'GENERAL L&.. 3S To So speak tell her to her that you timo want' her to attend. .1] Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. anSI killed. Mr. West had been worker, and Mr. Bowen the ironworker |subjolnrd C'utnl".1t\ the Stndsrdex-- .., .

"" ; Groceries.T5 *, STARKE, FLA. -I ; = And fail not to repeat in Raspberry julep, a new cool drink, into town to do hinffrsual! Saturday are each experts in their i press our own \.ae.8P"1 thisfUrUInfP 'J
:f v .c I I That tbe Cream will and in line, and: Willie Agin, who strikes : fact:
.. c3w be sublime never known in the city before, for trading, going he had let:
i ., ; And at the Kentucky she will meet down and and works the bellows and hetts the : <) these ali-n Kn: llor4* w!.l.l aa i"-
.1 A. blOck or loar V D MINER : a sale at Meacham's.Ladies' passed through a short '
8AU.
___dot. The Colonel-who gives introductions. string of Th, fence. It ironalhu'the, knack to perfection, ftllf'lMf" over toe !iYerflmratai Iffalra oft
cz1 It tarkL it&. icoydI ; E. CLAliK, without end. and misses1 opera slippers m. Hopkins' imish that the iron is 31waYK'hrou bu country? This question may be mn-
# froS t 'J' JEWELRY & SilVERWARE.H. at your own price atC seems that by doing no be saved so ep ."" l"bY' Hiking a.uuhftoDIJ tie Ea-
4 7k.I1,8trsos Rev. W. S. Richardson aud wife himself about mile ht to the .right heat in the 111.11,11",1.l
.. -'de. AbOG& aIM Agent for Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. a of travel J, andas tlNh exert aD fluence ocr dc s11. MerIDc orange Repairing. a specialty. Gaskins Block. ... were in town last week. the gap did nt.i open any cultivated shorttt f possible space of time. unient of Ireland? In the! history.f
tf.. Dnlaod sad culU- A remedy for hard, times-bay thin the world there Is
nowhere be
= JackIODvUle)1arbJe land, be did not it i It well!! worth a visit to to found anrxcrptlojr
r-aa8ICClaJlfaIL.sad taezoelteat Starke Pla.S The crop of oranges in this county your goods at put up.i the different .t<. the rile that the owners itlh
la ." As he thin mauidioth factory to f4t"
0 Co Lrarks.fl1. WORKS. will Drove to be very large this Trnby, Sternberg & Co. '- was passing: name place work M.U .irr thts rulers of the =U'I UJ. Tell
.. his Abunw he uliot. lie' h -ad9 of departments: at ..
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0. .. on w wan me wli ownn the Urn I *rl I will tell yn"
I. L1.. COFk'1IS GASKETS For Designs and Cats year. The fInest confections are.kept by dropped forwnrd in the cart and was: to watch the gradual: building of a who nukes the laws. ban axiom. An!
.' a 'mad I aoolT to tbelaye.! j Mr. L. B. Powell had the misfortune Walter Wills. this way carried home by bin faithful : vehicle from the time it enters the Ibis aggregation of soil umirr the'controlof
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:$ g Melame Budal Cases, etc., to loae'one of his mules this We will sell ,clothing cheaperthan little donkey. Several partien shop us raw material until it is rolled sovereign aliens landlord going OB never all the ell time.but Urey Thes are -

t a=' ohDyltyle. price orthze, Alwava kept week. any house in the county. were at his house waiting for hu into the paint room to receive a always ready to buy. and th-average Am- '

4. 3'.., uuI : 0 ID oct bl- Maxey Peek is much improved. *. 2ruby, Sternburg & Co. return to go fishing with him. Hd coating of j japan from the propriet erican .U always ready tu Jrll whea .h. can

;; ; E-t B Y 8TERNBURG&co II He will soon be able to be about Shoes, Shoes, Shoes at was tenderly carried into his house, or' otvn bands. get his price Tile "J! feg.ti >o goes oa.
I .. fP and lived about Mr. Moitt i i. a home man; he live! In a little while the chiUn-n of AID nca"
...... n again. tf N. J. Jones & Co. two hours before
.. will become the truants of aliea
1I in Starke he has the best wishes of pcrenu
'o. ed.Boarders Fresh Confectionery and Fruits at the breath finally left the body. Be- ; non-resident owners of their soil It baabeen
.j N. Adams
.& W. Heachanie onab Mr. G. W. is building an IKACH AM'S. fore he died .he stated that it was Stark$ to heart; he expecta to stay stated. but we cannot. nxich for the ,.

I rI r : if5 I Notions and 1 Boarders I ; addition to hi, house occupied by Hopkins who shot him, or that bethought in Stsirke And employ Starke men, so accuracy of tbe\t.iUrm: : that alreadyone
! .: ,. < Fancy Articles, OTELCOMMERCI t Willie Powell. Corn, Oats .and Hay by the car it was. The ball was evidently that \'hen!you need any work in his thirtieth[ of the snll of CalitornUis

,.: ,:IE t::) T.I Frultsi Confectionery. :>> onabTerms I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Joiner spenta ,load at N. J. Jones & Co. tf fired from a rifle and was line yon should, also patronize your a owned very Urge by uou-resident area of it aliens.is ao owned.Certainly. Ia .

'.J I I STARKE, FLA. r TermsRe few days last week at Mr. Puddy'on Belding & Bros. Standard Spool about a 42 in size. It passed entirely town. .. San Joaquin raller one hundred thousand .,

t LI I Opposite Post Office. Terms I' Kingsley lake.Capt. i,Silk for sale at N. J. Jones & Co. through West's body, coming out Mtfcer 8..118.. ..Iel.... acres in one body-of a* flno Una as there

l. COMMERCI 1 30' City Lots for sale cheap under tbe left lower rib. i. Editor TiLtaRxpa did not get a U lathe state U owned by an alien English -
J. N. Jones is
much improved. xentlel'lWl.and Ibis land Is mort- _
; located. N. Justice Adams summoned the last week
Starke Livery Stables Su Centrally Apply to J. chance to write you any news '
; His friend. .
gated 1.0 &A English noblemanwho is
,; ,",. ,.. the streets soon hope to see him. on ,Jones, Starke, Fla. following jury of six men who investigated oo account of baring a complicated case non-resioVnt iod who r'-..!ft not become a a .
again. ; of the but I am frrlinjr
. >- :: s J. 'y. ANDREWS, Prop. Few The finest line of Dress Goods the matter: M. L Johns, strong again mumps now and feel that if I:very was citizen it be would and woald not if he ":'.
:
( -i ..0. .::: ._ _ Mrs. W. C. Ladd will leave ,next and Silk Ribbons at. 8. E. Alvarez, C. M. Sparkman, T. necesNury. to flee from the-wrath of the could fur a OMtnber of the Eaftish nobility
: :- 0 week for her mother's home'io.Illinois P. Wall F. Edwards Jr. Wm. Edward far cannot swear a' ny hb allegiance In
3 tf :, N. J. Jones & Co. Staike population I could fly M* atTemplu' .
8 i : Carriage horses to hire day or night. the crown. ills staled that onc-ftf'eeatk ...
:11 0. COCQ to spend the summer. : *, Jr. The jury made a thor with one flip i am glad to re '
j There is no town in the State that of the >>'"te of Texas u u*ned by retldentand .:1
:k: _. -' .S j I am ready to do hauling on short ORIDA.ORIDA.WALTER ongh investigation and adjournedfrom o'tnanr people buying Teiaa pon es because non-resident alleua. Tbe ... .. < ..
'ft .j .. : Mr. M. L. Johns is making extensive sells goods any lower than Starke, if.!blY did liCit buy them the Texas same is tnw :

:.;:; ...... .. :.I :..-- w"... notice. My turnouts can not be excelled rT! Confectionery .-.. improvements to his dwelling and no firm in Stance often a better was obtained.day to day The until following all evidence was gentkntti? ,would not tell auy-do'nt you of Dakota vast, areas Idaho and in New cl wbt're.Mexico how Arizona long. ".:"
i
= house see
Madison stock
Tobacco on on or lower than
1CTJ egetables avenue. prices the of
I can people the United States
tS in the state, my prices are the.l;; their verdict: As I writ* flying past the court house the : per-
= Truby, Sternberg & Co. mil this wbolesile U Aferof their Lansiisigoon
> .j: etc. Mr. L. C. Hull,.the new postmaster VVe, the Jury, impaneled to investigate other day 1 looked in on tbe honorable
s= lowest. sale stable ?
My alway contains
: =W
that be found ina commissioners. W cU. I
has charge of the office. He : Everything can the of tbe death of body county
caufe
...t ..- iI : : alot of first class bargains for : flUld commencfd Monday to distributethe first-class Dry Goods Store can be like 'ew every one. While we are on the .... "'.r." Ora.p. 4
C. J. West which occurred the
'i..'.. c=a.CxJ. .. .......'(.,'. to. III Cigars 'mails. found at N. J. Jones & Co. tt on subject:I would like to hint to the Honorable What language can justly sing the .
the Give call. night of July 13th, 1889, in the body that if the low places in frontof
: .. : :C0" buyer. me a praises of lilt Florida orange? It I is the '\"
WALTER Frui FruiDEALER Beverages Mis. 8. J. St mbur paid a visit Ladies'Fine Shoes, the cheapest. County of Bradford, State of Florida -. the fiont, door steps was filled up the richest, juiciest sweetest. finest flavored -.>>

I I ; ItafeGoni, Oats : Heiberger & Richard i CoolBeverages of a few days to Kingsley lake this in the market, at N. J. Jones & Co. after examining the body of water wet tblte.would and not a stand body there co iM au go much In iu the a fruit on the market and U growing beUer l'.

... r week. Mrs. Puddy's i i. being a pop. Country merchants will find it to C. J. West, and hearing all the testimony house iJry- hcd. everyyer.The old world ;:,

and Flour at -Dealers In- ular rrS rt. their interest to buy their spring that could be brought to The riiy aldermen I learn. are sort of with this golden globe orange of cannot cool, sweet compare and ,

: DEALER Cool STARKE stock from Truby, Sternberg & Co. bear, we, the Jury, find that C. J. mad wlih me, but I cannot guess what it sugary mouture. Messiua are ,
J.' JONES STAPLE & FAHCY G OCERlES.l Mr. Geo. V. Ott and of old harmless oranges
I <
\ family, Mosquito Canopies and Hammocksat Went came to his! death by a gunshot can be for am only a pi-or shipped to us over sees from Sicily aud *.
Lawtey, spent the greater part this wound in the hands of one woaiaa: who has no influence at all sold at the rate of 20 fur4 cents. retaiLc:
Starke Fla. Trnby, Sternburg & Co. and do not mean to anything to injure -
week : The
My
; HAY & GRAIN. the beautiful mOll.lnfenor Florida
l ._ ,_ _ camping on Thomas Hopkins, and we recommend but I do think that Willie Barneslittle oranges are sold
a AND Kingsley lake. Lemonade, Soda \Vater. Ginger I ; sometimes-not ofien- low as sixteen
(. T. HOLUNQ8WOETH _. ERY.AND Pop ice.cold Jkleacham's at all an in" sti ation. So say we Willie that I bare watched over for for 25 cents. But trie Mvtin.t I orange U
ERY. ,
... Fruit Jars. Wooden Willow Mr. C. J. Husband, who purchased times. all. years p*sj. will cue cy be the biggestman soft pulpy acd dry. You will know by' .

Boots &; Shoes BAZAAR BAZAARuil tbe Duer place just south of town,. Thw July 15, 1189.C. in tittrke. I exrci to see him elected its deep orange skin. t Ti rind U somer I
NOffice Car load of Flour mayor!tli is fall. and slate governor times
f and Tinware. e4 IOLINb IOLINbAS. will return to Starke in Septemberand just arrived at M. SPARKMAX, Foreman, next .p4in. bill 1 do not think his best half aa inch Tbe thick. \ It; -un to Had
apparently. Flnridt
made to Order. We handle Geo. P. Plant's celebrated = :: much improve his purcba eA / N. J. Jones' cheap cash store. 8 :M. L JOHNS, girl Li altofet ier to blanc fur this. other hand ia tUn .kirin
; SWEET HOME FLOUR. TAT= VNIC of Spring Goods at N. J. Jones in B. E. ALVABJEZ, I want t., ray one ','!':)rd on tbe school popular: fruit !J. russet coated. .

E Repairing nrUy doneJ.M.Henderson I :.. feeling disappointment possessed an endless variety. 8 T. P WALL, question l.efore I cli-te tLla interesting In America over'six bindred millions -- .
: \ Chace & Sanborn's j t the \\ There is certain! flue chance ;:
Coffees. people ednesdav even letter. } a
Office S ; consumed"dverr
oraneare
F. EDWABDS JR. That
year.
Beautiful line fi'
of Ladies'
,
Parasols. ;
-. ing when it'a.. known that Thos. for a bo 8 school in Starke. but never ten i makes Len for .
: J. J. Langlas Crackers. ;: apiece every man. woman
W. F. EDWAEDS JR.
"oHARMO HARMO HARMOOOKS and Sun Umbrellas ,
stI boss scboo: Why doa'l your people con- and child
Hopkins had been released from iu the
; and ar- conutrj. They are nut
. 4.rmour & Co's Meats. LINE rest. I Trnby, Sternburg and Co.Ladies' J. Q. ADAMS, Coroner. aoIUate tk?! school inUrt Much better all raised here. howeY\r. though Florida I
'" The trial of work coulii he done and the pupils would
t and preliminary Hopkins ship annually J.000.000 boxes. A .
:: \Ve have recenty added to our stock MORGAN'SBAZAAR Spearing fish is a popular sport on Oxford Ties Slippers, Newport for the murder of West was held at learn fes r and better, beside a longer vlais ten-acre orange grove U well mt t .
atI .
OOKS of f school could be ,
term rty taught.; ,
: PHOTOGRAPHED/ a large Baldwin dry air refrigrator NEW NEWw Kingftley lake these dark nights. I Truby, Sternberg and Co. the court house Wednesday before Tboite penple wh.. are talking of Starke's 120,000..omeric.n to be une of orange culture is going ; .
: our uot flourishing loduuic .
Sand
will butter and
cheese in The
keep boys keep the various breakfast Summer Dress Goods in endless Justice Adam Colonel L B.I prosperity next tcason ire onkthe right *..-Northern Ex.. '
' '.- good order. < tables well supplied with the finny Rhodes and Major Bngg were the I track. Let :iia all even myself boom your f
cider---- tribe.It variety at Truby, Sternbuig and Co. defendant's counsels and Col. J. L. little citt for all it ia wurih. 1 shall take A Negro C......

L"J Apple and NOTICE TO MILL MEN !II.I II. Egyptian Lace and Swiss Em. Frazee counsel for the state. The a trip up north soon and will write up the Wbie! strolling around hut Sunday .. .'t .. '
*
is reported that Rev. Mr.\( Paterson Florida prospect hen I come back. saw two canllftlled with colored pee- k.
I ?' is broider Flouncings at trial consumed the entire lav. The VlOTBKB HCBBBAKD.: pie! entering an enclosure. I...., that It l .. ."
Raspberry julep .D'' doing some wonderful workin .
::4. anted ID each reliable MillMan :
'
county a I ant1 ('o. evidence all circumstantial. The was and .
W .0. the Truby, Sternburg was a cemetery I folbmed. A at at
t lo handle and take orders for ::: ... evangelistic field. He madeon i WIu Ie 1.1t., .. \ y .
at .. "C... Mixed Table Nuts at Meacham's.Paranoia first witness on the stand, Mr. Jennings negro look from cue of ;the carrlaC\f-';;:,.
his
0 'g ..a last trip over 200 convertionx A lltU6 crib besfate the bed. small coffin and with the -
The "Quaker City" Grinding Mill I .5 *o e in two w*>eks. from 25c. to' 5 dollars at after being duly worn, testified A httl 5 tux abets th. ipread simple! prayer it waa ceremonyjditt dvpuaite .". .I)

... .. EACHAMS'The: bent mill for grinding Com ,.and I1 .S 1 Truby, Sternburg and Co. that he was at the house of Mr. A BtU fwck behl d: the door he earth. Six or eight friends o.nI a t. "-
\ ;I. .
, Cobs, Bones, Oyster Shellsand cO o x III-> ... rH Mr. I'.utler: Blanchard, of Tallahassee West.when he t-ime home after he A littl .abae upon UM fioor. lead babe stood with tearful eyes wl in '. ..

H. E. CLARK, Cotton Seed. III .QI..a s .IvItwiHa1iogrindMEALandHOM1NY. ii.. on a visit to his mother on i $ $ $ was shot, and when he asked West A Uttl*U3*1th Jrtc.brown hair. tie ,ra'ie... filled up. then they dr* T .. ,'"

co IE:.. cO I ; '- f.Mr Kingfley lake. Butler is a Typo.He Saved by buying goods at hew it happened, !he said that hopkins A Iitu|bl;>*- ,. d face pad Ulr. away. Just before leaving a wooii// ., U1PJ.
whom I t
.'
judged to be the
.. Agt For further particulars apply to :, >. '0 to was at one time a member of the Truby, :Sternburg and Co. shot him, but that he did not A littWUie thai kaite to reboot u.lalil upon the moaod .two bereaved or three mo#< -- .
r := TELEGRAPH force. Job lot of A little pencil. sUU and rule. **'
at
JOSEPH THOMAS, 8 -5 e r4It Hosiery i see him do it, for Hopkins was bid ? fauts'toys. -

;.'- State Agent = to: M Mammoth Cave is Kentucky'sgreat I Trilby, Sternburg and Co. behind the fence. The next witnesswas A Uttte bUthwoos! wtesat&!nuld. LuoLing about amnng Ihehu .e uu' J

i: ,'. :..' M a Ii6SS.: Line ,. :.Starke, Bradford. Fla. 00 a e '-o -S 2 V00 0 pride; but Kentucky also Ladies' Sun Hats *t the son of Mr. Jennings, whose' A little tund: wtttia ttUJd, of graves sit children 1 utacfvcol Mcu
'o. : '
may u> lo be
m
a. j A ttttl c *tc" scree four.A very JOU&.riU. ;it)1JW -
Coffins, Caskets May l'lyPIVOT ._ S..60 w TlS boast (,f her wonderful Ganter's Truby, Sternburg: and Co. testimony was the same as his bth.er'lI. Ittitoold-tlm hotuebold More literally coveted wiui pUytldn: T -.-'

0 f : f:; ., magic chicken cholera care. Sold Old newspapers for sale at .this. Then H.. \V. Epp raon testified were nursing-bottles, rauk.wl" ..es
.. & 'Undertakers ACHING go c c by Rivers & Joiner. office, 25ct a hundred. that he went to Mr. Hopkin's house A little fiunajr gathered round b"rsci and wagons -.S tU! 1u'di "e -:
ftUed ADd pre. .!! early on the morning after the shooting A llul* 'tnrr.hMpvd. tr-dewM unwind; hes.: .11.-10.! fop, ciiiia cups _t -
served wlm. p.. s The week of dry ,,'eat.her'u Perfunus, Florida Water ard in with the of inquest A little added to ht toil. AuUci: .". ;1.1". |lctur tivok. iu .oiiutuWr
Goods, for sale at out eleuruc e a 0 > Cologne at Meacham's. company jury A UufcV,from kudMt fed. suit v,.rity. Myuf Ibe .. .
tkIa of Den. 0 .c" takertadvantage of b'y .,our farmersto for tbe of examining :' --
i 0to 0N kill grass. Crops arc oking clean l Prunes, Raisin Figs, Apple., purpose A littteknier In his halt apparenily lain Ihrnr f i r Tinri, inteI) *V -
J. JONES. Abce..d 85= ST the fire-arms of Hopkins. He said a |penialiable tiatUre havmg l...Ju ftlmott
_ Teeth 0 oo andmu condition in Lemons at Meacham's. A Utttetoba flod eur cfcalr; ,
good Orange
a !
0 : except he found only two guns, a rifle and Irulfd by'suu and 1Ion .- Then Wer.
A little nlju of th-Ut gloom
J.R. ALVAREZ soreisIufly. tree& s II) :. few of the wet places... Every department io our store is a shot-gun, and one pistol, and none A little co->t' to M lb.tomb. ; very fw cDIi4re&.graves which did not

.. ,'. ,. ,, .U.E.t..I.1'! TEETH adjusted in an 'artistic ... .*.a* 'S 'tM The !'sdies of the Christian church full to overflowing with new goodsat feeimcd to have been fired very re -, *.. A DBtinU lug have Upon umethiugof inquiry was Ibis told ktud that upou tile.. ...

Fresh. jieats \' v"nd serviceable! I .man. ..er... "" =O..a' f.4 will give an.ice cream supper Thurs prices lower than ever. cently. He also stated that he went Is a pleasure to any* JlI rent Hr brine* i it almost. .mitvcrsn! among the this colored custom -

) 1 >- 1 ronounced ofne day evening, July 25th. It is for Truby, Sternburg & Co. back again in the evening ::n company Joy to tbejl1<
: Wholesale ands !RaM.! DErURT ronouncedblic "be the benefit of their church and deserves Latest style in ladies' Summer with several other citizens, for every way steks to ;make it cheerful and prompts i: readily suggest itself but .il i I..
i i the feeble of not quite '*> e. in lTStand
blicof a good attendance.Mr. Hats at N. J. Jones. 8 the purpose' of examining Hopkins' to make easy fdtertng. steps j-y aDUUwr
.
; ]'RetaiL!; ..:. DENTIST ; : premises more thoroughly,
__ -' ----- ,"i*. ," : J. 'V. Sydboten presented us Allover embroideries at upon Virginia, Tennessee anti Ckwrgl. R. R. t the null Jtf'1\vel.lyi..< or.i.Bi&ing; partly -
All the most approved styles of PLATE e gee ) this week with handsome Truby, Sternburg & Co. close examination found some tracks Office o? W"ltt'rDJ1! AtUntn. Os.... J f buried in the earth. Well maUpn* bottka
LECKET; WORK, including "PDRB PABA.GUK." andp a large, leading from the scene of the murder Gentlemen! -Myfutbrr.; who is in th.-of every size aud .bap*. jsajr were' al-
:.. .-:. ":' Broken and cracked PLATES mended firstn 6"Ho Rep3ET press stone peach, one of his new The celebrated T. H. B. cigar at to Hopkins' house, and when the eigbly-sect year 'of LU age. bu bern moat lull ami ail contained more or .lees of
II. ;- strong and smooth as when first in- : varieties. It was of excellent flavor Truby, Sternburg & Co. latter's shoe was tried it fitted the materially:lengthened and relieved from the medicine which had alt doubt been
: City Bakery andttHifectlonery. expertsand and will make a good shipper. suffering Uy the uie-of :I.Df' bottle of your used iu the effort tir-ftari; t>ff the 'visit uficath.
Teeth Extracted without Pain I The edon Sweet Let us five the readers of the TKLKORArn 'tracks exactly. Several other witnesses Calisaya Tonic. Plena for want to his ., Just why thcr slug 1 is itut-clrar.

':... ,. : ;. Danger. ., : .. .. experts St.Lou Mr. J. J. Bach left last week for a little timely advice. Hot weather were examined and they all address (Jnfcthan Wes: High Point. N. I luquired gf muni .urgrova 'al wut it. but
\ .,.';1'- Terms"' CASH. .-- : Liberty! Ohio. Mr. Bach, although is coming and with it colic, cholera testified substantially the sanMr. C.,) six bjmlea of the same and send' bill! th*} !xrtmed' MO better able to explain thaa

i _ _ _ _ _ _ _ having sold his interests in this state, morbus.safe dysentery combat and these diarrh a.. The Miner was introduced as a wTtnesafor for the aspuol to me. Very: Res IfIlUi. 1 *s. Unr i Id wutiuin uhi in answer ""& .1
; II you want ooly way to diwmses. i ill ,*T M.l.WrLsa-esr.Agt. my question: ....
For Sale. .. f has a warm regard for Florida and to keep some reliable remedy at band and the Plate as an expert in chemicals I "i kaiu't tell you why. mister but

JOB.WQRK. ; : No Better Time will return in the early fall to see us. all who have tried Chamberlain's colic ,. ; having been sworn he testified ..IU' ..w Star.. !.U lew di** h.'h D I'iI" cJdJ.shy.. I -
? A Two-seated Phaeton! with r.holel'1and durrhcea remedy will admit that be examined Air. Hopkins' rifle i Iibt-J d wn in ulr *
than to
of any Mod. remember now As it it provided in tb-j United States Virgmny. "" it was just
Our thanks due Mr. J. C.
pole and shafts and shifting top, SUBSCRIBE are to that it is the most prompt reliable and carefully and came to the conclusion statutes that. new star shall! be added for de snm* f d.ir. Mebf e itcy ,'I.t.a.1e mrdia-' :: -
I'Wi THE TXUDORAPH. used made J. Collier for the Davis, at Temple's, for a box of the successful medicine known for these com un U help de cblLnu alter
very little by that some kind of an acid had been a new stat on the national colon on tht4th dev's burled
TELEGRAPHeharceI..oD&ble. finest and largest dark we plaints. It costs b.ut.23 or 60 cent*. and l ul I doa'i HX uu jcikid ia it lklbo.WasJunIlIn .."
grapes of tl the
Our work 81'1k1aa.oar Newark, N. J. Also one set Double be the'means of applied to it to tnaku, it., rust, and July following p *Mgtof -
Only tl.OO a year have ever seen. The exquisite flavor may saving yon or your act of admtotan! by (%> tferreury Cor. l". Cleveland Leader
Harness nearly: 1 new. Apply 1 at family much suffering if not life Its that the in the ngres
., powder was .
.. or 60 cts six months of these that gun Tracy;ol n, Nvy department.-IMS. Issued .
: .rATBoma yo BOKK {"njg Jul5tf grapes augurs they will before the For sale '
:: tP&PeL office in advance. excellent wine. summer over. U'1 fresh. He said that burnt powder an order catling: in all the flagr now ud BROWVS MOM BITTER
-
produce 511f RIVCRS & .
JOIXER.Hnvc
\ 1.t 1. __ could not possibly produce the rust In the narjt to.be replr| July 4th with 1B4t D" r L"'" .
Mr. E. P. Taliaferro has purchasedthe you beard what Mr. Q. L. Weait that wan found on the gun. Dr. our nation :ensigns.-which the field darn,; raeonuMBd arAo..ra&It. All.... III. ",.... -
sail
y\ : : ... OF- Cambridge Ind. < will bear 4f Var*. arrangtd ia six row of Q I. 1
ANTS orange grove of Mr. Bach, at of City. nays of Jhamberlain's : Gaxkins also testified to the same JauUllde iaszkanderoge4 r4oayrepo ..
I
eU.
Thurston. '['bis is handsome piece' colic cholera and diarrhoea rem Thin all the evidencein seven stare
a thing. being
" edy? If not here it i I.: "During last. This IsAac unprrcHtented event. It DYlrZW.V. .
CO of property and under its new management summer I was troubled very much with the case, the counsel began plead- typifies the. admiwioii: into she Union .,f'our _DNwa'a lies......
TRIIBYSTERNBVIWAND
it will improve to a 'great severe pains in my stomach and bowels : ing, which occupied considerabletime. new itf te-the two Dnkou Montana tyt1a Je'A 1L

extent. We congratulate Mr. Talia. and was Induced: by a friend to try this: The case was ably arguedon and W ihinrtOD. Never before in All de.1s keep tt.lLGO.. hct1o. Oefae
four states: been admittedat .es.....aszksad ..
I took doic, directions our historyliare erasssd .u.-- .
remedy. one as .
I per
ferro upon his purchase and the both side After conclusion of .
and it gave me almost instant relief. once irir is it likely similar rent
;' --4ae.: p.-S: citizens of Thureton upon their new 1 cheerfully recommend it to the afflicted." the argument, Justice Adams acquitted will ever occur again. The year of the
:; "" I neighbor.Rev. 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by the defendant on the ground ConstitutioDkil l centenary of the goreru- CLOSING BUT
II I 61'f RIVKKB& JOIXER that the euidence was not sufficient ment baa witnessed a grrat m ny impm- !
G. D. and Mrs. Turner were sire occprrf'ices. and nor the least among
bind him .
Flour invited by his former parishioners to NOTICE} TO TEACHERS. to over to court.A them 1 U the creation of the quartette of
:,' They want to sell you your Groceries, Provisions, attend the dedicatory services' of and Western commonwealths, U will not be
I will meet the Teachers of the full complete stock of garden : -

|r Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. Marvin church next Sunday. Thisis public ochools of Bradford countyat seeds from the most reliable many> year so fr before n* our prefcni the flag territories will be comIeteu. ire- My entire Stock of'

: one of tbe handsomest and best Starke, on the 22d of July, and at seed house! in the United States, at concerned;knd tbe *tar* that will thereafter '!

I They want to sell you your Dry Goods and Notions. furnished churches in the state, on Lake Butler on the 24tb", for the J. G. Alvarez. be adi'td must be by the abmjrpiionf Summer Goods .
the bsnks of lake other cot t u H l BIB BS M MVSMHM Be BB BMBS M Orange near of examination and i issuing
: They wan't to sell you your Clothing and Furnishing Go048.t Boardman. Rev. S. C. Thomas and certificates purpose of qualification. Teachers Strawberry growers will please .ado, for iusiante.= -Tolc
t Col. L. B. Rhodes will fill the Methodist take notice that several car loads of .
t UIa" Fork.
holding State certificates are requested and putting in a Fall Stock I ..
;1.i' ..: 1.,. They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. pulpit next Sunday morningand to be present, as 1 wish to : Wando fertilizers are kept constantly N. H. Gtntr;; ; yesterday received a trlegram I- .j

': : 1 I evening.. ; confer with all the teachers of the on hand by J G. Alvarez cisco. Cal.frou|saying Acdrew that Smith he had, of San forwardeda Fran During the next Thirty Days : j
ff. They want to sell Boots Shoes and Rubbers .
you your .
.. Tomato Catsup and Worcester county on matter of vital import. B iv your fre,garden seed at. draft for $750 by mail. In payment of a ', ':
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r f >,," .r ". ;They want to sell Ion Your Hardware Tools and Building sauce in. hulk at Walter Wills. ance to the schools. J. G. Alvarez. two-year-old Berkshire hog belonging to / will .offer my entire Stock of ,II
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., . -! J. L. HILL, Mr. Gentry. The animal i is-niieof the
0 ': I Summer
; '" i\ : ; !:\ .z'_ ,. Material. A w rd.to the wise is enough SupU& Pub). Instruction. Buy your corn, oats. and ha1-at finest bred in this country and Mr. Gen- Goo'CBEAERth j
10" ', goodrat J. I.f. Alvarez. I try disliked to dispose of him even at the .

t, ;. .: :They, .*. want. to sell you your Wagons, Buggies, Agricultural Implements. bui'j'Q" TrubyV;' Sternburg & Co. JOHN Q. ADAMS handsome. .figure he i"id.-SedlUGazette. .ny 'on wishing "

! # : ':: .w. .' : Seeds and Fertilizers. TPhen you want ,,anything. in the JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Car load of new flour just arrivedat !I j :c.=BAKGAINS- ;

: ::. :They want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and Whips, In Hardwareliiif gcrto AJtD J. G. Alvarez. For sale. can certainly satisfy himself :

.. )e,'f';Jc. they :want to sell you everything you m&r *ed. Give them I Truby, Sternburg &; Co. Real Estate jlgent, Yen can always rely on butter Newnan Strawberry Plants ftusiileby during our extra special sales .' ,

.,"?:jh .trialatt6, you Will, be convinced that they will' save! you money Baby carriages at '" OFFICE ON CALL ST.. -S door* CMt of B. R being good bought CHAS. E. -

- 1' ::. .,;*"."*'" ?.eyen&)"* You buy rnd at the same time guarantee the qua Truby, Sternburg & Co. Real! EstatS Bought ana Sold oo Commlaron. atJ. G. Alvarez. Inspection IrTltrd. U.tJl.\X 8 arkf'. ),"Ia.I days. Come and see.us, whether >
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;' .qnantity of Goods. to bill -
want
-' I": *,. is ** Furniture at reduced prices at RealdeDIIL Rents Collected and Taz" Paid fjr Non- Sugar cured hams and shouldersat I I 'For Sale. you bU a qf

Truby, Sternburg & Co. -Correspond.nce Solicited. J. G. Alvarez. or not' We will oflerou -

r. Il.diY'.STERNBURG Great reduction in prices of sum St4rk Bradford Co.. l'turida. berry 500,000 Plants Newnan for Seedling sale. Straw.Stwng goo, a BARGAIN i something. ..
j & COMPANY Car load of lime. Give nil a call
mer dress goods at.Tnby. It was reported on the streetsyes-. for 4ime. J. Gr-Alvarez. plants, will l b f ready about the mid

i : ..,..... ,, Sternbui g & Co. terday that Adams thought he w* _,._- t, dIe of July. Apply to Look; out for HanfcBiljslJ. !

_J ; .". -:. :. Truby, Sternburg & Co. are making trYing Hopkins for his life and he The frame of Mr. Powell's house Q. W.LAWTBT.. Jenulivgs.

: .. TARKE a very attractive chew window.G felt qorry: for the old gentleman and is up; it:looks like lie meant to havea F K. F1.OKIDA.. J. G, ALVARE1. 3

.E $ _{ _IK III- }} FLORIDA. and see it. did not care to hurt him. house of his own in short or tier. or.Jalltf: ol'J.rau.T4Jm". ui..a .

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(' ,''"- _ _. .._ _' S '. John Wilfcea w-- remarkable foe WI: you suffer from dyspepei*, heart- 'A Noted Divine Says? .
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Unless we poison all our relatives, i Jt'. :Ciunmtngs cttered the editorial FACTS FOR FARMERS & universally a affection, kidney aiease, .f b.V.S>WVS1 ..'DITU.tIV">HB s 4Sbr .
I mar ..
being
/ ., rifijJ( ) his ugliness as for liver and other wasting "*** Di5PPI' mmtl
DUt1ty'tltjap.t, or murder and cut up a few unoffending sanctum of the otterille News. Evi -The best market:,.. never 8 bad favorite with,the fair, sex.. .On being When wiA to enrich the blood.and r ttl*. wlU .1 S BS BT.Ji. :

' .t ,, 'F' si _- .. children at some period i our future dnty.J thought his feelings were but the best fair.price. asked the secret of this,he replied thatit purify the O.system generally.of Wen you :p Areas'afJet" '- '

i: } > ,Published Every Friday. we shall neither of us ever ad them &&b war to the brng five minutes talk wish to .remove all feeling weess.:,
: ,. ; crt hur -Eight cnt per pound is the cot took him, but t weariness, lack of energy,try ; '
& .,. > such a sensation again &we did when knife. of sending seeds by The package his face. Brown's'Iron Bitters and see how-greatly. 0

.; 1 {RTAPKXS" II -. "LOam. that paper went "crowding' into everypigeonhole He:was a middle-aged bachelorwhc, must not exceed mail four ds. away that Mr. Gladstone's it will benefit.you. It surpasses a and w a; Tutt's :*
of the ,
pu appears enricher
remedies :
of post-office in our (of course) considered women -I a a
every t b ,
Hal- the various bodfly>
6'1. : -A few ornamental plants will add were pirates. In 1665 perfect regulator of PillsIII

{r.il v ;"ANLO... '_'. .MAID.& county. While on all Pottsville principles knew ,anddIsapprve of and long did t an not inferior subscribe order for of the beings News., more to the value of your home than bert Gladstone, a merchant in Edinburgh -' functions.' Ask:your.druggist.A "

.i1' [fray hair softly smoothly parting general of He the with a red face, any other investment that can b was a member of the crew on one* or a partridge runs aronnd look- :ARE, A ,SPECIAL 0i
the Judge came
J ; 'f :O'r.broww"ereaorrowbeli; fat daughters up str board the George which sailed from tug for its meat a!soon a 1 has .bae,i I,.. &aaygklag t
1 -jet fMtheUe IB their sadness, Pike had bought a old and never successful and a riding-whip one hand. made.All itself loose from its living prs. o.1
Dutch mer
shame from trees should haT Glasgow to prey on the owlet does not for a know flo. -
Cywjhat gladr-ess .
SIS. you your outfit. we had not He spoke to Jennie frt newly-plant montl mor K.OOO..ETe -
, .r .' Teader honest wlstfnl job-prnter'8 their roots before the chantmen. which foot put out R..r. ;
eyes; a mulch over t ft
he
II!, to "My been called, .
'Aad lisped paper ha 2VERTWHBBJLifllcc
' two lips where smiles are rareraaa coming anyone attnUn Litter of ; SOLD 'f [ .
-' -i\\ .the sudden fleeting cighi.y4 We worked a month on that first began, outrageous article in summer droughts come on. -C.-P. Huntngtn. the ralwaymat 'PsBtomc Headache and Neurgeld I 44 Murray St.New Yfife. .
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will and in the absence : 1 _
this week." any kind answer, on Saturday hands and feet,and a I
; for had learn set
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we your paper dos -
; : two worn han4s forever busy numbt t t including impaired .
of the
of system
finely-
of all else layer his WT'farUkH's
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a because of dlgtn1
1..I; Tolling all tntttornlng lone for that we needed both pa "There is the.fighting editor, in- ntur with torpor of the liver, &c, '
typ a "
When glad hnmyb sWOTs are smiling and We had an trrpt Jennie, pointing to me. worked soilPatience religious feeling. He says loltes invariably caused rate inj al'. flmhrGttlCY1BRAT1MQ Kagiaesaa .. .
tence ,
\ Underneath sunshine wiling prseveranc the rule s Sundayis in too small to product ,
it required was doing some job work and came must b o certain whether Saturday or quantity ..r-- .'
Idle hours with their old-fahioned prss chuls. Many suffer in this -'
song; persons
-c ;.: -, And no conscience voice Is calling telling not only strength, but skill to know forward with a big smutch of ink on farm All improvements take time. the day appointed by divine decree r way and take purgatives and other medicinesto ::{ }:,

. -,. i J',. them that they are wrong. how to jump on the treadle to secure one cheek and another large dab em- But there is one form patience thai for rest, so he observes both. their injury,when a few doses of Shal- # =L:
,J' .. Antidote for would cure
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1' -r- Thus I see herever sitting! ,' $ the best result bellishing my nose. is not t b recommended; that is -In Buffalo recently John Graben- lenberger's them at once. Sold pr Mar I '

i Thro' the morn and when\lie night Our trial number was a funny-look I am short and fat and far from formidable patient-waiting for something t hap steller and wife, Germans, celebratedthe b gt ,:-

4i O'erI1e earth and sea breaking.. I The first of their EVXKY man has natural rfcht dowhatsoever : :' : linS
in pen. twenty-fifth anniversary :
l'i.. When the myriad stars are waking ing thing. One would think we had my appearance. I t the nA.r .AI. ; 81'fRQUHAR
of looked in silence. There not be a good corn One feature of the event heis, provided that ou. ,e. Ydr. "
'. Hearing throbbing into sight' a, a clicntelle of Chinamen. selectman at me can very marriage. doing not on the equal: S
- .. i..- And when other mortals wander hand in expcte ha placed our columns in the "Did you wish t horsewhip me, crop without a good stand; and there was a walk t the church where they rights theref of any other man. $EPARAT :

$1: hand beneath the light.Petadventure wrong positions, so that every thingwas sir?" I asked in my softest voice can not be a good. stand without good were married, followed by twelve of a ...CT ilP':

; when the silence "wrong side to." The first selectman began to suffer a seed-seed that,'will do more than their children and one grandchild.An Ofgon. the Paradise of F.rer. :. _.-
grown stronger and the gloom equable climate,certain and abundant ..
tf"LJlath Into purple splendor: 0, how we worked! How cross nnd slight relaxation of the muscles abut germinate; that will produce inherently i old man living in Weldspr. crops.MId.Btrlt grain,grass,stock country: : i : f

the moon-queen's crescent slender "* tire and inky we got! We looked, inside his mouth. vigorous plants a welL N. Y., wanted to b buried information free.-AddressOregonImmigrationBoardPortland .Ie t ,
t'V, j O'er the hill begins to loom- "I should set out he had ,Oregon : P."! :" ;. l
I must
Then our office, more like daughters of "Because. contnue get Early cabbage b when he died, and although : 'I -
."_ her griefs, thro' dayt'me masked i& b
a revolver of the The hoe shows good effects on cabbage. barrel in his house for nineteen .: '. _'
; darker,drearer shapes assume.So Dahomey than lththlr Vermont my had the A XUXBSR of ladies in Boston are leading: ..'1 ID"
girls. But we persevered and were press must be.defended." a the plant delights in frequent cul long years his wife managed the .crusade agst the "docking11.:: 44r ,A.I.P .".._ S f
when other souls are near us. took his bat. tivation. For an early supply only he went hores' : yr-XAxa mis rarsa i njinij i_--.c:
and
The selectman
,;. r And the sun falls on the dial, found in our sanctum glowing with first of funeral to suit herself .

Do we mask our face.closely, pride on the morning after the appear "Perhaps," I ran on, "by the time rich land should b used and the into a fifteen dollar coffin instead of You can't help likin?them.they so very; DffiEL IflTTflhI PiUPRATTUUIIUL1UI1Js 1

.4I.. And we laugh out bravely-mostly ance of the Pottsville News by scores you have fallen into mud holes on ground made very fine before putting the small and their action is s perfect. One pill,: : .
''When a sob lies'neaih' our smile f barrel dose. Carter's Little Liver Pills. Try them:
Dut when night shades hide us stll'.y,we can of callers all of whom congratulatedus dark evenings on your way home a out the plants.Do There is In New York no more a :. i-L.is..: t. 'X'J. 3'X' : '.
Br- weep s little while. of whom times as I have; perhaps after not be induced to retain a male than Colonel Bob 'ivm .- )KJV-IU upon our enterprise, some many tireless theater-goer To BK1 a lookine-glass is a sign of: .choe or break the roi:. Fe Then her heart-ache'gins to waken. thought p'rpps we might sucd you have nearly broken several of pig from the cross-bred litter because IngersolL It is said that he has seen death i the family before the year cioses.9c1 .;; complete. nitflcnf; Oinnina tR"hln"r. GmrtMnvi.etc. ,.

a For she is so lone!-so lone- and a few of whom subscribed your members over Pete Smith's wood it is a fine specimen. The male shouldbe over one hundred performances the last ( nnd i.LI..H1LLJGfN.topf. atito

, .;. .c J cir Ah warm!poor kisses lips that and lack the the clinging paper. Then came the tug-of-war.te pile a'many more; perhaps if night thoroughbred, or there will be nc year. He is more fond of comedy and : I"in.OI plant". If clnml yon ar.aI thinking. we will of$poula.y...! '- f
ringing
It. rH-VTT GIN .J-MSira. Prssi's ]
y Of child-laughter is unknown Subscribers must be got We had decided were made hideous in the vicinity of uniformity in the offspring. The mistake spectacular pieces than of high tragedy % : >-at to )0k Popla Stret MKXPU1S.. TZXX.. ;

:. To this woman sitting silent when the ere to run our paper on economical your house every evening by lawless of keeping over cross-br male and he laughs consumedly at the -'irsAii&: t ? U&a ,. _,_ :

f" .. +, : to night_hath grown. principles and do every bit of the boys who go about terrifying old people is one that has largely aided i degenerating funny characters, or scenes, or pas S' "\" : ('H NEWEST CRAZE 1 1ID
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, 1' ; '. Where she attteth'UI most quiet. work ourselves. After the stream of and tormenting little children; the swine on some farms. sages. t ''C IA splendid study to ?i caw 1.lIII :1.i
a. r -.', .e-: No small print of feet Is there; with livil I 'a Plaen. The fame eonjivaniniirftsf f
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No callers subsided we hired a horse and perhaps then you'd agree me -Te man who rents a farm must p \ ; CDC Imaklne IS men ehan e sld b
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dropped child hands have broken .
toy ,
f.- Wo lore speeches no love-token; ; started t canvass our town. We had that it is time that somebody should I necessarily add much t the farm Iron Contagion* Blood Dlseaaea. \ S .Ln Cb Hf.n a I 11D8"ne Jumpinr fromth each other*()<"JtlorinoT wlthoot a>*S> 1' t..egLITAIIE
I
1Ji" No glad laughter here nor there. already printed our terms, our say something." which he can not derive any benefit mon, sores, piples itch, salt rheum, hackwarrtn. .4 Hanitionu Prist.-

Ah.poor footstep heart on ne'er the stirred stair. to throbbing and an earnest appeal t the plcy. The first selectman began to smile, I he attempts to crop a rented fam t A are It is manifestly, duty to blood eradicate dis \ t -ore*:. Theara end4nz.SO complet UfD curreot rOKTBAITS-glren.annwera thKev--BowtodollV'out of a powiUra est I '

4T -t Ijott3ville in particular and those of and then t chuckle, and then t laugh without doing justice to the land hE '1 poison from the system by a use of B. msI'i'dforaOesnts.by FRANf'.GREOI. i
i'a you happy mothers (Botanii*. Blood Balm), thus enabling 44 Br .*w.y. NJW 11 10.
the State and county in general not to outright Meanwhile Jennie nervou will suffer loss well the owner.There B XCITIXG TUrN '' :
children at your side a a a ;he places to and thereby remov- TIS_I.UI"5 11'PtU
r woman's life is wasted neglect the broad path to literary and excited,_had begun to cry. The are many improvements of the ng sr possibility hel members of thefamily A..Good Appetite Is essential to good %Hh -tf:".a'& -. ; 1

B Just because she has not tasted culture and intelligence which we had Hon. Jo Cummings laid down his hat soil from which the owner receives the becoming likewise afflicted. Send t flood Sanaparilla Is a wonderful medicine fot : S Awards and GOLTJ :Xt. 'HS
i1\ Of Love's ? Because the tide Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta.,Ga., for book creating appetite, toning the digestion and gi,. : MealEverbe
i i1- Of her cup mother love strikes toward and opened to them and made easy at only and went over to her side. Utterly benefit, in the course of time, at thr ,vill convince.J. leg strength t the whole rstem. Be sure to gel1 i j In :

. I;, is left unsatisfied |1.50 per ancum. I regret to cay that unmindful of me, he tried t soothe expense of the renter. All farm H.Outlaw Mt Olive, N. C.,writes: "I floods Sar aparilla. Prepared only by C.I.Hood MILL insist THAT A i"

1 many of them neglected it, that they her to apologize to say any thing should be rented by mutual agreement wd running sores on my sboulder and b Co,Apothecaries.Lowell.Mass. t tSA =
14 Wasted Yes this heart this woman )irms. One bottle B. B. B. me en- Simonds Sl.t
ita-_ 1 Makes no mortal's Paradise. shamefully despised it. But we returned rather than the thing he had come to and all conditions plainly stipulated. .irelv."

At her leaving none grow sadder. the first night with fifty sub- say. Then Jennie went off into hysterical -Examine young fruit trees of all .1 Jonsn.Belmont Station,Miss.,writes: accompanies the mil or bur direct
And no tender soul is gladder worked on me like a V"EPAYING of the makers. 'p. 'j
scribers. after that chary
Every laughter, was
day we got accompanied I
;j For the brlghtnmg of her ryes. kinds and i borings or sawdust r \ head and body was covered with sores SIMONDS MFC. CO.,
; ; ft -. What o'er-watchful heart is burdened for up at five o'clock and worked on... therein by the first selectman. and was seen on the ground hunt for the hole ind my hair came out,but B. B. B.healed : FITCUBCRO.MASS.., __ CHICAGO; 1 5', mt

., the falling of her sighs the next issue until eight Then finally joined by the senior editor and and probe out the grub with a piece of ne quickly." wArUrAl w.

I Wanted Yes, the tender romance we ate a hearty breakfast and job printer.We wire. J holes appear in the leaves 13.B.ha&euredmywifeof Vf.3.Kinnin,Hutchens,Texas a ,wts"B. i Direct to Consum. : :

% I Of her youthful day*I*dead; went out canvassing working became quite welacquainte be- worms are at work. Do not delay 8 her leg that doctors and a other medicine I S Saving 25 t per c j m

I Evermore the sweet tale ended, late at night in the fore the was over. was del- could not cure." ..,
Where such joy and grief were blended; ofc morning day or an hour but apply white hellebore J. Rossman. a merchant of aivDimm raom*sow

:. $ Love from out her life hath fled to make up for our absence. We uged with manly: advice some 01! an ounce to a pailful of water; Grnsbr 1 Ga.. prominent writes: 'I know of DOCTORSBILLS S, n'ISI Irl'ln1 '"

But "Be all the mourners blessed" Jesus i walked whenever we could. We went which I profited by and some of which of blood disease speedily "tVtM&ii. .
( caes
first thoroughly
: use boiling water, enough to : .r
: Christ divinely said. by train to neighboring towns and I scornfully rejected. But I got even wet the powder and then fill cured of ugly by scrofulous B. B. skin Two sores.bottles"cured a lady ,' TI Q,1U 51 .;: :

And this woman toiling toiling. scoured the country round about At with him by criticising severely the the pail with cold water. This maybe \V7 C. Birchmore ft Co., Maxe. Ga., }! fr Bu C. ,: I
!/ I'" .With that sorrow in her eyes the end of a month we had secured a course of the town fathers in many write: "B. B. B. in curing -_f .
Tmks her path in unreplning. applied with any of the garden Ward of blood poison effected one of most I
. subscription list of 317, which exceeded But wo were sworn friends -BY
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Furthest from the Intertwining things syringes or sprinklers. A second application wonderful cures that ever came t our : .JAlan1'---

\ :, Light of sunshine. All her skies lower my fondest expectatons when he finally went away to his may be needed for those that knowledge." Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills I '

\ darkly. We often dinner .
were laughed and left to
sumptuous us our '
'. Smiles I escape the first Plant-lice are readily habit of tobacco II$2,13$4iS
j are rarer to her lips than mournful Tat offensive spitting :
\ sgbs.j at often looked upon as a pair of es cold lunches cheered'and enlivened bya killed by tobacco juice has received recognition an illegal CAN'DY :.
a
';- I. Yet she bears her cross most bravely! caped lunatics; but were more often cup of hot tea and the chance t talk Agriculturist watr.-Americnn offense by a grand jury of Phl elpbi They are the Remedy that.:. : I I of For oar Box Strictly br Exprestf Par* 7:
body has found true bills against one CANUISS, ZLIO&IT1 .I
\ encouraged, cheered, complimented him over. Tat the bounteous hand of .
t Helping those who help may need. -Thump-pruning be profitably F. for malicious mischief in nature LT AMD CABlrCUTrrTFr. :
Wasted Nay this life is : and the back and both may BrJ : Address ,
duly
Afterthat I
patted on ; he fell into the habit ol( spitting front doorsteps of '
. ., t Beauteous nnd her record truly applied to the grapevine early in the houses im northern of the sever has provided for all diseases:: FLOYD A MOONEY. MEMPHIS. I
\ friend and foe subscribed, either from "dropping in"occasionally. Then one th part cty.
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e. Is most noble blest indeed. season when needless shoots are just : unais'Araa .i.
J' :- Such a record, oh you mothers as the love or curiosity. So our main objectwas day. after giving me plenty of political Happy BorN arising from IMPURE BLOOD.MORSE'S YOU
I starting out, which cut off after being
I J A ;
: t, ..- angelsloveiorea& gained. advice I told him turn about and i upi.s haalth to the wires and the mother
t. (i re a nre rare fcr
::!::.J..7i.' .. -Cora Fabbri_ in N.- Y. Mall and :xpres. Our outside work over we cast aboutin embody his wisdom in a brief editorial allowed full growth with broad \Yhoarecladwhen Who alt in our households they brighten today for: other PILLS >BILIOrM-ESH. BEAU. Architectural Iron Work
lounge, would give a serious check The hoar that drifting
go away.
t .
'' our minds to improve the He did so, and from that day has been their the of the ACHE. INDI.OE8TIOX.
.11 GIRLS'T appearance Hay eyes keep light gladness. "
"TpIE-PIKliJ the vine by removal. The same treatment Their hearts boM the f uTlnesi of bllsa LITER COMFLA1XT. DY* Enarlaee. B.te.Cotton Pr -S.Ua. .
.' and general tone of our paper. one of my strongest supporters and banishes shadow and PEPCIA Etc., Etc. rUe7.X.eh1eS.pplA repair I
fit will proper in pinching oil Tat tne. .
what need ask W
b we WORK
[ had been full of mistakes, but nobody ablest mor taD Lll !
I belper the ends of such shoots are But-how can this happiness kept! oUZ .
For Sale All Dealers E.ltA'D.C. .FHPHI T
1OmPloto..niStory of That a t re by
Paper had appeared to notice them. At the end of the year we "took account main to stop their growth instead of What shall protect those we love-those t\ f

I jI 1 by the Editress. Compliments of all kinds were showercd of stock." We found that we who make a Heaven of the Home,-from the (7C IA (OCA A OSTII can b.oadeeork.
the more detrimental of cut- of disease that is often than .i
l' practice ravages worse $ID Id UU inafornn.Attenuprrferrvdwbor
from Rev. Bamboozle had list of the W. H.
upon a growing subscribers death that is in fact death! COMSTOCK and whole time toLhw 4
us ting off large portions of the shoots ,- a tinkering ui furnish h->n give their '
; -'Jennie gazed at me in incredulous !. Snoods' fervid "You are doing a noble will of most of the county had The question is easily answered:Dr.Pierco's bn ln ,iw. apnro moment. may b prltblyem .. e
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goo and leaves after they have made a long BROCKV1LLE. MORRISTOWN. N. Y.!I pi> l al*> A fa.v TacanCTK in '
nder. I. work ladies; may the Lord bless your paid all our bills, had dressed well and Favorite Prescription standard remedy I 6.f.JOHVwsACo- lOOWMam S ,Rlchn>oiirtVB.- l
S growth and which when blindly and for all of those peculiar diseases to which I XA-Ptea**mtiftm,ao+itttft b., ...tm0l't fftJP F
S .r'i..on't sit and Blare. aN if I had I efforts;" to old Farmer Tomkins' loud- lived well, and had a small cash account freely done have sometimes ruined women are subject-is what must be relied t-1'rntl I ir-ind/KniUnQ ,amp for rrf 3o.. .tJ' -" ";.

'. i4i t.rnn i your breath awn f* I said. spoken assertion in the balance. on t preserve the health of wives and moth- For two years I had: l <'
rheumatism i
postffice. t whole vineyards.HABITS so bad that; ptr month and eip n *
It those diseases and it ,
V "1 mean it. We rtffl that "Them Pike r prevents cures It disabled me for work" AGES par *>
f' can n newspaper gals were gittin' upa "Hurrah, I exclaimed "for the p.e.u tax \
--- -- It is a blessing to women and there sad confined >*
them me to .l
J'- well as any man, if wo really try. bustin' good paper. Pottsville Weekly News See what two OF for a National blessing because it gives tied for a whole yea my! WAD.Pf7 n W.*_FmU. j'.
-4. And old Jacob Strawn wants to We were foreman PLANTS health to those about whom the happiness of durlrg which C.pl.RB. I .i
poor our own compositor women can do. And do much I [SALARYwb.w.u7. .
we'l Observations That They Possessa home centers, and the strength of a Nation could not even raise my, oai 530$.go to., I t
.j Bell out his one-horse job-printing pressman printr's devil, better nex year." Force Showing Akin to Brmtit Power. is in iU happy homes. A hands to my head,aad
establishment, if you'll excuse the e.itor-in-hief. managing editor, busi- said my sister. hesitating a The in which p for3monthcJ Dut-i '
I fr.. 1-an. manner the memoss Dr. Pierce's Pellets, or Anti-bilious Granules ,WUl
4 .. |elang. As I said before why not buy ness agent, reporter mailing clerk, little 1 suppose I must tell you. 1 closes its stalks and leaves at the approach ;i vials,25centsoneadose.Druggists. ri'dnccd in flesh from'I EECTIYES'

4, .. 01-.lhl out, and besides satisfying the prh-at secretary, chore-boy and scrub shall probably become Mrs. Jo Cum of darkness is very interesting.As 19 to81b Wutt, I W t"_.at.r d> ;.

restless CrtrflTOf our souls for intellectual woman. As cold weather advanced we mings before the is out and be TBB leading New York hotel-keepers only to grow worse. I Srann ..
: : 0 year the gloaming gently falls the leaves combined to set up a printing office which Finally I took Swift's Specific,and soon began to I.- '.'
activity and the imperative even added to our list of accomplishments obliged to retr from active newspaper move upward toward each other till is to famish the printing and stationeryn..ded Ipv After a while was at my work,and for the _ find Pirn's) Core .
::t, necessltiel of our bodies for food and and sawed our own We work." for the hotels of that and other months have brcn as null as I ever wu-all Consumption 1 : :
woo. they touch; the secondary leaf stalks citiea. from the effects of Swift's Specific. BEST remedy fro
-. V 7' clothing, raise our native town to the had no sawhorso so usd to I her hand but said noth. till ZOf and \ >
slowly droop they are RT.
nearly
squeeze Jan.8.1589.
;
.: distinction of having a local place the stick: of wood on the stairs i ing. looked that way for sometime Dishonored Draft Ft. c te t
parallel with the main leaf stalks Books
,
on and Skin Diseases mailed I
"Jft.p When the stomach dishonors the drafts Blo free. [:7 GIVE TOUR GIRL PACKAOK OFKo'Ko"Tolu
A.
and ? There and sit it while I
name on
a now industriously. and I
,.-.-' per you was not surprised. which in their turn fall till they pint made upon it by the rest of the system, it i! Swirr SPECIFIC Co.,Atlanta,G,
S W may speak. worked the sav. This exorcise is saidto "Fan" she pursue. emboldened bj to the ground. Thus it folds necessarily because its fund of strength is MUSS vijBRYAIT '-.'

;. "It's going to take all the money we bo good for people who lead sedentary my "I you'd conclude itel very low. Toned with Hosteller's Stomach TEXAS .
tho close ;
sienc t of day. and there is no SPRING PALACE
Bitters, it soon begins to out vigor in
pay
r' have left to buy. him out isn't it- is
Ih'es S working a Novelty accept young Palmer. Ho's very prom doubt i it were not allowed to sleep, the shape of pur rich blood l containing > STfUnSISSSMSrS D
) which is precious little.1' ising and is so fond of the elements bone and brain. -A.T Jty<-> rriFT Sbe
prcss you. It would, like ourselves, soon die. musce F. : I Laau.Ua. Stud aU Yearly. OradaatM are) I
'- "Well I admitted but When local became As sequence of vigor afforded the Via IRON MOUNTAIN H Cirevlar.
yes ; as news scarce we "Jennie Pike I replied "that kind ROUTE.ONLY II.hl potUuoa. tend for
This is
not only an example of the necessity stomach, the bowels perform their func- ._ -
Ihere will be no other printing office in faithfully chronicled the death of of thing do for but I hav Choice' *
every may you of sleep for the repairing of tions regularly, and the liver works like WANTEDsale N.w.t .
j the place, we can get the job work pet cat or dog with appropriate re- set out with a greater object in J lift nervous and of clock work Malaria has no effect upon a for Oa csIout5 tJee. alOLNURSVNAM BesUrsJerlpan

( and if we do'every thing else ourselves marks Jennie won the everlasting than the old-fashioned inevitable fatE brain energy but a recuperation of the 5'stem thus rein fosced.Tni TRIP. THIS APta MT kM__

;: 11Qfari and the paper has any thing like a love of our one'rich woman by writing of women. We have thai power proof exist lover the Froiii ST. LOUIS CAIRO and MEMPHIS. and TnmorsCurad.n.knIf..book C
proved enc of the same in the vegetable spends more on GANGER#Tee. Dn.Grmtlsiiy B..k*
". !#e decent-BUpport from the county, wo a most touching epitaph on her dead omjpLi can not only edit but manage kingdom. Then there are the ment ring than he spends on h egg Tickets on Sale June 8th, 12th and 15th. 13 Elm Street..Cincinnati.OHIO.KV9AXaTmi3rAFIX.M7tex.na .
*
hall iitro well enough. What do you monkey. In the we made a and print a e. GOOD ,1
". fal not newspaper. successfully.Bless carnivorous plants, the Venus fly RETURNING UNTIL JUNE 21st. I
_ -1 f[ nay r' of every pig was killed, every us. I am already wedded to the (Deonoea), for instance, Do SOT suffer from sick beadach'e a moment Double Daily Sk'epin.CarService ONANZA to ISENTS SAMPLES ieze.. : PEE
trap b
"Barkis Is willln'. and Jennie beef critter" that was sacrificed for Pottsville News. I shall devote longer. It is not necessary. Carter's Little from St. Louis cuo A Bctrrr. *,*Tart cur.
Ii : climbed a chair to wave her hat and the my- which will digest raw beef a lAYer Pills win cure you. Dose, one little Call on or.ddrp..H.C.TOW D.General Pansenger j I .
public good. We manufacturedunimportant sell, not t the discussion of the woman's readily its insect prey. From glands pilL Small price. Smal dose. Small pill. and Ticket.\ "n'.or any of the Company'asata.iRftDRELDS TO S8 A DAY; 'Sample woga$1.11
: r cry: "Hurrah for the tt8-vl1le-er- .. items about the local dam- question, hut the a Sri& FRCC. Line not aader hone*'fe Writ* .
I prac- with which
: cr-what right' t its leaf is provided fluids 'r uawsnKairtTT KtCVXAJU
..a ago of the last storm or the untimely demonstration of the fact that she THOS thing which engage us merely by I IBIS lAna ._.0DlG.B..1 aI E
-
tcl are out which resemble the
"News of courso said I. "For pure their c not attract us for any
blossoming of sweet violets in Novem-
of taking care of and .
capable secur- length of time.FRESHNESS
of the animal stomach in
them will be nothing but the freshest juic
ber. If any thing did happen we mae ing for herself al the rights she wants II its The ---- EDUCATIONAL._ _.. .
digestive matterof ._ _
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of in If can't
news our paper. we find properties and -S" 'd' '-
to the
r the most of purity are imparted
. 1 it nothing happened, And so, while choose the life ol I
I you the insect REGULATOR
is
meat thus absorbed -
any we can manufacture some. body or complexion bJ'Glenn's Sulphur Soap. I 1V C. I-I.
made
why. we the most of that also. repose and ease which is supposed tc into the substance and tissues HUl's Whisker Dye, cents. .
: "Rut that will be-will be lying 5
We Cures all Diseases Peculiar to 1
cordially ,noticed :1
:
specimen to the WODe
every belong married with !
won't it?" queried -my conscientious woman a of the plant just a the food taken into BOOK TO "WOMAN" MAILED Nasliiille! College for
-r : of A BOSTOJT defines ,
lady
moss young love TeD
hand-painting or home and
\ork. crocheted a husband and perhaps a BKADFIELH REGCLATUU CIX. &. i YOI Lde
ister. hal the animal stomach is digested and becomes "an with ATLTA Is the of this
inexprsibity accompanied SOlD
"]on't call edging every monstrous egg a dozen children to look after, boa out BY ALL__ I with Ml pupils, without groun.U or
things by natty names. Il part of the animal fabric. In wad aloverahne55" I"ni.Parts..7 v1MFOItTER.S ]l .*. >owhe.3 .1M bwTdDID "29
:f overgrown squash and big apple that 'poor.lorn critter' occupying i : ," from bnlhlis" JI. : .
.
:I "and don't
retorted. lug nice distinctions proud the animal digestion can only commenced wildest have been made in 1 coon h Litrtlr.
.v received. We b T01 guesses OF cience.Art. privileges''in
wo
: i. in here. Remember first of all, got up a questionand position of owner and editor of one ol by the brain force acting by Paris and other parts of France a t therange | CHINA. CLASS I. t-TiitT|fully eqnipped lie. Gimnaaiiim. and all nodera
answer department in which fictitious the best in of vision from the Eiffel tower. AND : fuoTenienree. For catalogue add me President
1 that a conscience is as much out of, country papers the United means of a nerve upon the gastric Terelmit QUEEms" 'I I IL.7.GtW../.rues.D.D..NuhnU. fsna.YAU .
is
the f t.
according to Temps,
people asked all sorts of .
foolish States. Long live the Pottsvillo Tam 'a.r.j u.
: .-place in a newspaper offi e as the Weekly glands; we may, therefore concede h takes in Fontainebleau, Mantes J'I'I'
__r/J-- traditional bull in a china-shop. As questons and we answered with all ] Sews -Helen M. Winslow, in Boston that it is the action of the same power and Pan tse and even this area can 4 .c. I II.1IPHlS ."I -S.---S -_. _
i wisdom of the gods and foolishgirls. : Globe. only be in exceptionally clear SUMMER RESORTS.
Rev. Bamboozle Snooks
would in r
fpy, the plant that produces the same weather. -w.-w--ww.-
.p.
This is the first requisite Jo success, I Moths in Woolens and effect t There is no structure in plants, S -: THE nnFlH.VIEW HOTEL. This IV-ELL.. p
f"'J "-' Then FursMost WSeBd your C'rSOS FRUIT JARS. known tBAStDK REPORT.rl
ambition CHARLES A. DANA : "It docs not
ladies. What the reading public my grew editrialy. to far as its functions are concerned says OF !ht miles from Norfolk. Kl'hlng and bathing notiicelleO. -
S I began to happen oftener than once a week that I PAMISr. ) TISW.\RF no A'idiesa.w.PRICK.Ocean y1',.Ts. e
give utterance to
p ',want, I continued, oracularly "is most persons think it necessary to moro wonderful than the tip of the writeanythingwlthmy ow hand." He ASSORTE, lor WHOL.U.E TBD& -. -

r neWs. My beloved Pottsvlllians I am positive opinions on all sorts of subjects hang their winter clothes in the open radicle. The course pursued by. the dictates every thing to a stenographer. :i 4r N. K. F. 1242.

\.i already determined, shall bo from the village school up thePresident's air before packing them for tho I Whitelaw Reid habitually does the same I PATENTSF'r.ln .il wnn ,
., supplied t away radicle in penetrating the ground must thing except where he thinks special care nwa I warnse TO ADVERTISERS PLLUeHate

t 4' with the latest the very latest things Ch'i-Srvic polcy. S summer. Experience has taught us be determined .by the tp. Darwin -'I. i required. -IIKITHI3 PAPIB?.Ua.,*,IriM> WUbJ D.d I,I pape"that y- saw the A.YenbeIe
I 4 that if I long a I cnfined myself to generalities this a I :
sometimes method is ,
happen, even go tat not only useless wrote: "It is,, hardly an exaggeration THE: people who have no foibles,who are J _

I to the extremity of chronicling events my editorial columns remained but injurious The clothes certainly to say that the tip of subject t none of the weaknesses of human

before they happen. Hooray for the unread and I in ast.ateof peaceful sUcomplaenc do not need airing, having been in use the radicle, endowed as it is with such companions natures, are,nor a trustworthy a rule, neither pleat. i1 W" L. DOUGLAS '

I t Pottsville News!" But alas! in an unlucky all winter-most of them out of doora diverse kinds of sensitiveness, act S

Whereupon the two budding editors : hour I (having slumped Into a big -and a moment's reflection will con- like the brain of animals. The brain CAOTVD goods dealers in California, having $3 SHOE FOR -

clasped hands and danced wild'about mud-hole on the way down and vince any one that clothing thus exposed being seated within the extreme end 01) been of overland unsuccessful: freight rates securing, have a decidedto reduction -L. ti CENTLEMEN.L. '

);\ : the room a few seconds, to the tune of: stumble again over a pile of rub is more than likely t be seized the body. receiving impressions from charter a sailing vessel and shivound S S S_*_' S ";:',00 Best GENUINE In the world.HAJflVREWEI Examine his SHOE. .- .4 ,

.' I Ohave you seen the muffin man. to* muffln ,. which had been accumulating upon by the tiny moth millers which the sense organs. and directing the the fruit Horn the 800 carloads of lear's ( 5-_. M.OO HANDSEWEDTEI.T SHOE. __. '

man, the muffin man? on the sidewalk for weeks) attacked fly about in such numbers during early several movements." I do not quite now o hand a S "' 83.5O POLICE AND FARMERS SHOE. .

and then put on thei' hats ana the town authorities. I remarked in Winter A MAX at Newton, Kan., advertises a51 1 I : *t0 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. .
went spring. clothing should be agree with this but I believe it to be r, *2.i5 WORKIXGVAX-S SHOE. .
down the street see Jacob Strawn. vigorous English upon the slackness of thoroughly brushed immediately be. another example of that brain follows: "Wated-A good six or eight- 4 TZ.OO GOOD-WEAR SHOE. 5
He power room .without children, 8?.(>O and St.73 BOYS SCHOOL SHOES.
was only too anxious to sell. He our selectmen, who found time to attend fore being packe away as it is liable which is the cause of all plant mo-e gnd-bilrn. motheflfn-law, grand : Alt made In Conf ma,Button and Lace.
evidently had no faith in our project every and State fair with- girl with a lover."
county to receive germs of destruction i ment In the commencement of plant pnt h 5'P' -
in to ra 8 it was revealed to him: in a few days' journey of them but allowed lie about for few ; W L. DOUCLAS
f I to 6 in a life we find, in the case of the pea or IT is not always an easy matter to succeed 1 .

but nothing daunt we procde to neglected matters of utmost impl I minutes and i the tiny eggs or the bean, for example the radicle emerges gracefully; but it requires a much 5, ; $3 & $2 SHOES LADIES.FOR .
close the finer .
bargain. by we pad tance at home. I worked in moth are once deposited, wa put them I at one end of the seed and the plumule equilibrium t successfully. 3e*!: Material. Bt Style. Best FtttUi*.

.-' about two hundred dollars more altogether original dodge of Mrs. Jel- comfortably away in the trunks with I at the other. What causes the radicle CARFZTS and upholstery fade when exposed -I--- i' "_ i. Doujrla S3.OO Shoe,rtown IB cut below.It
the "plant" was worth. and went airily laby and the Borioboola-Gha, and I the clothes and mischief I to the sun, because of the actinic or 1; mH.f; fine Citf.on la,tt modelled for the foot:smooth
irreparable to descend and the other to ascend! __..- I I In Me as band-sewed sbo!s. and no tacks rr wax thread
d bome feeling much more elated than headed it with' an imposing array of is set on foot. Gum camphor i the. the seed is placed that the chemical decompose power the of the su's rays, which ______??"'?. }.|,bort the feet. Every pair warrasted.'ATIO' (
I is
we have ever done since that day. cross lines, which secured readers for best to with the clothing s raQlt closely dyestufs.which process w. I.. DOtGLAS' namfj an'I flIP prk5e are thing put ,
comes out at the top. the rsult the anaolus t occurs in U tile bottom of all Shoes adkisiit'-d hy him before lei mz Mafwtor t'rttWf
_ I S a Wo tool possession the next morn- once of my editorial. and about a pound of it should be used same for the radicle the tg photogphs Inferior 1 *: tills protects. thevarr. axainft high prices and e
immediatelj ronIt Tour |'aler offer T .H Mioes wit" u W.L.1M>1'GI.AS'name to
,. ;, inf. In the first place wo cleaned up There was a great catiJor that number i each trunk. but tKfe most essential turns round and grows downward. It THB oleander tree may be propagated decvivnl and price stamped on them and says they are bin"h." ,or Just as?.x>*i.do not be II
the llifreby. LM-aUrn make more profit on iij! iviwn H lOPS that are not W.T-
musty.Iry loft where the re and we were obliged t issue a part of the whole proceeding is the can not gravitation, Darwin from a small cutting and sometimes from a rant d by anrtMMlT: therefore do not I he Imtuctd (.bo t khf*.that hayr nnrepv. 0
S although
Mr. b single leaf. Place the in tUm. BUY only those that l.ave W. L. C
.j spected Strawn twig a tilled UOUGI-AS'name and the prlct. "t' G
ha reirno so hundr copies-most. of which were brushing. All woolen garments thai thought it was, because tha' with water and a little earth or ja. ,Haniped! .n th IxKtom and YOII. are sore to)get full: ue for your money. 4) .:. S j
-I long. Wjet put plants windows the Keep M..iit-an.l of dollar annav annually lu this c< iat*j by the wearers of 4 I
are worn during in dark |
sold.But summer-shawls, would have the same effect on th. a place until you notice the roots I.. DOl'OL.\S' oiHUtS: ..c.'V. .
and hung aonuy in the corner where alas! The first selectman resented jackets etc-should be taken cmK out, then lat ia a pail or small .It your d..all'r will Dot opt v'.u the kind orstyle yqi 1 want. 'end roar order
. plumule. There ,
. c we gowns can only be one rca du"-t tv 1tI be.ton, .Ith lhe prIcnrl.t.f..a.". t'v'v; will bI'.nt Yuu br \.Si
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proudly the editorial desk. my outburst out of the closets and I't'llirn !.J".I'IIP _,
pla IIIII
brushed regularly BOD. and that is the existence Cr."n4qu.ntlv. ho rnaUrr 1"";")" '11 UVII.you Pcv' .
'. 4. Th/sn we w t work on "No. I, VoL On the second morning after the not kept in constant of a directing QUCT VICTORIA sat for an hour or two in anil"I..IOU wUh jI.c n'. I..If nl'ULA'. 'SIIOt; Ik 3ur'ant.ttejze u t..V
'c appearance i use.--American v..u '".r: eat ''ir< M-rui f..r :1 or iir Wank t.a Sf'
V af the "Pottsvilla Weekly News." of my rash comments, Hon. Agriculturist* 5 power, or bra\1 foiee.-N* Hyde Park one day recently, and a correspondent fi\log full in-trui-ti- how to get a perfect Ut. :. .. ".tijS
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I tioual &,'iew. who saw her says she looks red /IC\UI .i-0

' am small ble, profusely. ; wrinkled. and not v at S all S W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mass. $.


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