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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 26, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: DRVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY. AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. :' -

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; .. VOL. XL STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1889. r NO. 5. ---2

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:? f ADVERTISINC RATE: PROFESSIONAL CARDS had made four thousand the first FOOT-ROT IN SHEEP. UNHAPPYPOLANE.. FULL OF FUN.

:,;; 1 IPA<< 1wlawl1mt1 Om .EL m .. ;; I should have become incautious .
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SURVEYING. CIVIL ENGINEERING.R. AJB Ohio Man's Experience In the Treatment ...She U Being Deuatlfnallaed bY '" -About a yea.rago the Dakota farmers
i ;;;;:;:: ThiTTh i"i'OO and failed the second
I ; | 1 00' IWi 00 or third of the Diaease. ala and .Prirttla. to the ;
" squares JtjOI t25 800 8 on JI 00 1151 00 F. ENSEY I ." began! to import. cats destroy ,-
'. I squares. 200 860 600 1000 II 00 iion, i 00 A sheep-raiser in Ohio sends his experience The woes of Polani'{' are not so entirely mico in the wheat fields. Now they
12 $ I 700KTOI 10 00 1300 1800 80008500 V..L.LI 2NGXN'BEJR.. The manufacturer of a stove polish in the treatment of foot-rot in of
a matter jfimfient: history as havo all the cats they ,want and
IS CO 2000 2500 M OOlfcO 00 got
s I sends out to all of the world .,."
parts '
MVen STARKE FLA. sheep as follows: > people are apt to imagine.: Persecution -
howling for bootjacks.Bunling'ton
; '! cents a line for the first and five cents I tons arc
.ss line for each nibseqnent insertion. Draa<
"t'! sp-.caiioa 8r"clal! rates at the for office.BSCRIPTION time: .advertisements UpOD tilted' with accuracy and dlapatoh.Terms fortune from his business; and, in nice shape, but do not cut the hoof goes on in that unhappy country. the -Easily Curcd.-.| tern Doctor-
$3 day, calLI. tho it
p.r present time is more profit away boiow the bottom of the foot; more cruel that it is not of the sort "How's wif to-dayP"' Husband. ""=

: than ever. But he commenced in leave it so it will protect the foot when that can be met us n general issue.: In -"She's your convalescent*" I think." W. "
RATES: )
.I 0. HAYNES smallest of small ways.' He car the sheep walks, so that a part of .the Russian Poland people of all classes D.-"She is! Well, by grab I can .

.. ...................................1 I his polish about in a carpet-bag, of tho will the are forbidden to Ceapolish.. Serv- .
on
... ............. weight sheep come knock that out in short order.- : '
; b. ............... M ,retailed it from house to house. .;Z.... ...
..:;r .7_ inscriptions mutt be paid Invariably In hoof. Now, we will suppose that we ants, coachmen nnq artisans are Drake's Magazine.In -

.. advance.. No discrimination In favor of any. DB: DT-rZS-ra.: : : a time he was able'to purchase have one of the worst cases in the urged by the Russian: facials i \ to watch verse he used to tell his! lova "*.'., .,,- .)1:.

,i boil Communications, all matters of local horse and wagon, with which flock, and the hoof is nearly off; it for and report any *-asf in which their And wrote he many sonnets. '. .,. '' :p
IDtere.uoUolted from all parta of the county.SECRET enlarged his business. A few But Instead. he writes her checksTo "j.-:"
Office over Jones' :Brick BlocK. only hangs at the binding or the top employers use the fchidden tongue, now o 1Y-
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later he could travel rail for new spring bonnets. '
fM by tc pay
: Take the blade of knife In l ir the
w part your even private; an ,very case Merchant Traveler.Mr. 1.1..1
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t: States
and take orders, con and the hoof and and offender is fined informer is a- .
SOCIETIES.Meets pry footpart. an| re '
-2.; GEO. BAISDEN this method until he had Van Stlne-"Your friend who 6't1
can with the thumb and finger sprinkle in warded. So rigid;is ao rule that a
'' has just loft us seems quite a pessimist.Miss 'W"
States. ,
twenty-two By this
every Tuesday the vitriol. Then old 'whO .knelt the ;
opening pulverized poor woman on .
!
_night at Odd Fellows' Painter and Paper Danger his business was large enough to take a thin, smooth stick that you pavement before $, cmpel in Wilna Jones." Miss Jones"Oh. no. }
:I |HalL Transient broth I his ambition, and his income Mr. Wabash is an oculist and they da
:i era cordially invited have made for the purpose and push and said her pi-avers; aloud in
to to say one of the finest in the city.'i
':!;. attend. J. C. WILLS, STARKE, FLA. enough warran1 ample assist the vitrol as far up as the hoof is loose Polish was "run in',* to the guardhouse Bazar. I': ..
It Harper's
4: Noble Grand. ALL was accomplished by begin. from the foot About two applicationsand and only is WORK
GtrAUANTEISD.BUGG ,
.- P. J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 11. in a small way. In reply to an you will not have any occasion to severe reprimand.; Cf.d men who aro -Old Mrs. Wintergreen-"What ._ '
-. : who wished for information bizness is the man in thet you're .
young
yard your sheep to doctor them. Carryin in the habit of saying their prayers
':' Improved Order or Red Men. & WILLS, ;. wrote: "I began business at the your vest-pocket a small tin box daily in the cburijhei- have been or-' engaged to?". Miss.Wintergrcen (just i,

: Florida Council of fifteen, with of five from boarding school)-"Ho is a phar / '"
Oiceola Tribe No. 1, a capital
would say'a water-proof cap box filled dered to say their | in Russian .. ...
,j fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at Attorneys at Law My first factory was a one- with the pulverized vitriol and when la the future. A b imf'crs expeled macist." Mrs. Wintergreen-"Is'thet' I. !

I their Wigwam, Starke, Fla. building, fifteen feet by twelve. you see a sheep lame catch him and from school for v-riting his name in so, now? Why I heard ho kep* a drug
.1: Transient brothers are cordially invited first product was a carpet-bag full > store."-America. **
J. O. HAYNEs Sachem. STARKE FLA. treat him as before. You will see that Polish in one of hia-bo<-ks. -
1 to attend. the articles I made, which I sold -A negro who was giving evidencein
: W. M. UKACHAM Chief of Records.: tho dry vitriol will adhere to the sore This sounds almost Incredible, but it
Will practice In all the Courts la th. Fourth door to door. I struggled with a Georgia court was reminded by '
and rifth Judicial Circuits.ROBERT and stay right where you put it, and Is hardly worse than; ;the persecution
and many obstacles. I worked the judge that he must tell the whole
Border.
not run off like liquid preparations, carried on over th* under the
Son of Temperance. A. the night, and at two or three and rule of lrussla-tat which truth. "Well, yer see boss," aid the ..J
tho hoof
by leaving on you save country
J; Meets every Monday night in Temperance JCEITII in the n.orning I crawled up dusky witness, "I'se skeered tell the
'Hall. WM. MXACBAH, W. P. your sheep walking on the knees for a professes to monopolize most of the
t the little attic over my little shop, whole truth, for fear I might tell a lie."
month enlightcAm and
JABS MILLON, Scribe. or two. The vitriol drys up the liberality, progressof
large enough for a dog to sores and kills the germ. I never want the present day.: An inn-keeper, -"Is your father a speculator*
Attorney at Law in, and after an hour or two of queried the first boy the two backed
as
:) the hoof trimmed so close as to draw Stanislaus Flaum, { Was fined seven -:

ciuiwii DIRECTORY. got up and went at it again. the blood. I have bought sheep so pounds because ho ,\ uild not spell his up against the gate. "I guess ho is.'*

--- factory has grown to cover three "Pnaum." Ito.wfcs was the answer. "Don't you know?" 4
Bapllat Clinrch. STARKE FLA. sore that they could not walk, their name condemnedfor

Services at 10:30: a.m. and '7 p.m. Prayer of ; my product has grown from a feet full of maggots, and with two applications trying to "Polish"a!;ermi1.n name. "Well we have got out paying rent
full to six tons a day and u&aurd for the last six months and I
meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. they would walk off without The sentence was so' that it was guess .

J. M. CALDWELL, Pastor. L., B. RHODES, goods of my manufacture are sold limping.. By using the vitriol dry you afterward reversed( *:. -,;-Another man, a father is a sort of speculator.!?-Detroit 1\

Sunday School meet. every .Sund y every civilized country. I never save the hoof of your sheep. With any book-seller in Uncisen; who had to Free Press. *{

at 10:30.T. tobacco, cider or beer. I never -Pupil-"Teacher, kin me and Bill
morning liquid preparation you have to remove give evidence in a l licit court. declinedto

:E. D0- O, Superintendent. Attorney at Law nor read low story papers or the hoof to get at the parts affected. I testify in Germaivon the ground go an' git a pail o' water?*' Arkansas

novels, but supplemented my have had lambs not two weeks old with that he did not understand the languagewell Schooi-mMter--There ;you go again.'

Presbyterian Church. STARKE FLA. educational" advantages with sore feet. Foot rot of long standing enough. For'this ho was sentenced How many times have I got to tell you

Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. of reading. becomes a blood disease, and is trans- to a daw's: imprisonment. that it ain't good grammar to say me)

R. B. MATTICK, Pastor. To enter upon a life pursuit without mitted to the offspring; and him who with the threat o| a longer term. an' Bill?" Pupil-"What ort I to say?"

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m dollar in the pocket may be discour- has a hundred or moro sheop I would Thereupon ha. tried to testify in German Teacher-"Bill and me. Can't I never ., .

L. C. HULL, Supt. A. L. SCOTT, M.D., but such was the experience of advise to buy sulphur and resin in but with such m- ucces that the learn you nothing-lIarpep's BazarrFa
of successful men. Two of the
quantity, and pulverize the resin and counsel begged that be might be allowed ther-"You girls should fix your
LATE FROM ICff lOAN.PbaIU1Int merchants of New York City
inetbodlat Church. mix liberally with salt and feed th m." to repeal It ;.ll tn Polish! But mindsonsomothinghlghcnthandress.7

Services every Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. and an their life work by sweeping the -Michigan Home Journal. he had to do his twyut/-four hours in One of the Girls-"That is what we .

'7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday PhYlidan: &n! !ur&IOD& ing in which they grew and rose from ... prison just the saieo. Prayerbooksin have pa. We have got our minds fixedon

and '.Thursday at 7:30. to year, until they became its rich of hats down at '
A New Cotton Fabric.A Polieh have ben suppressed. as a couple lovely high
G. D. TURNER, Pator. In like manner, states. "
TERMS REASONABLE. "hostile to the erosrire, and anti-Ger. Mrs. Feather's millinery rooms. -
Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. clergymen, lawyers, physicians,
new cotton fabric has been London Tid-Bits.
ful : man, and favoring the Polish Propa j
I [J. CHARLES RICHARD, Supt. Ofloe at Gasklns' Drug Store. and successful men of other .
patented in England, that is intendedas ganda." -"No, I have nothing for you" the

I began their careers in a way a substitute for chamois leather, This sort of peracc;ition does not housewife said to tramp. "You wero

Christian Church. TATE POWELL, M. D., humble. which it closely resembles in appear seem so shocking arid horrible as the here last summer and I wanted you to '
The New
York Herald is supposed to ance. In making the cloth, cotton old-fashioned kind which beat the carpet. "An' didn't I beat
by so
ts xL 26 Acts STARKE. FLA. many
; xxvi., 28; I. Peter iv., IlL one of the most valuable
newspaper yarns dyed a fast chrome-yellow tint thousands of Poles Kavo been at various it. mum?" "You know very well you .,.
Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. After of in the world. But tho
an experience
twenty in tho con
years form the warps. They are sized and times, put to th'> sword shot didn't. "It seems to me I beat some L.. >'4
O. P. YOUNG Pastor. practice of his profession, has no hesitancy between its present worth and in
in promising the latest and most selenitic dressed in the usual manner. Tho hanged and imprisoned..but it is likelyto thing. "Yes, you did. YOU beat ma "
Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 p.m. treatment those his and its inferior beginning in a weft is not dyed and is soft. out of dinner." Inquirer :
to asking: services. spun be far more effmotive in securing the a -Philadelphia
C. J. DENTON Supt. Calls to the country promptly attended. on Nassau street is one of the After tho fabric is woven from these end aimed at. When the national language f ''ofa : ,5
1
Diseases of females and children. a specialty. .f our day. In that dark, damp yarns, it is passed several times is silenced ou the tongues of a -"Mr. Spouter" said the" spokesman .
Office at City Drug Store.
with
table
a extemporized by
his through cylinder "teasing" or raising people and forbid Jbn in their litera- of the committee "we have called ,

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. a wide board on two empty bar- machines, which break the surface ture, national unity. tr. ditions! and aspirations to ask you, as the 'allver-tongued orator J -
( and chair for the editor Mr.
City OBIcer. F. J. FIELD, ny one his and form a.nap on either side of the can hardly;;long survive. Pcland's of Biggsville,' to make a presentation ,. f .. p

Mayor-L. Witkovsld. began work as a journalist. cloth. It is then "soap" finished to conquerors ;tre not less deter- speech for us to-morrow evening. ttJ -

Aldermen-TV. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner, ise was editor, reporter, book-keeper, impart to it the desired appearanceand mined or cruel than; before-they aro It will be Ga tarter'a tenth wedding

George E. Pace, L. D.Wall, S.F.Gardiner. Bridslta'slrhii ri k : Plate: and salesman; working sev- soft, cold feel of chamois leather.It wiser and more cundin"-. and they will anniversary, and we aro going to giva .

Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. and eighteen hours daily; may be used for all purposes, the denationalize Poland.Boston Courier. him little, surprise." "Gentlemen,'* .
Treasurer Walter Wills.MarshaJfE. pushing, planning, waiting, .. *
latter-is for either wet clean -a -
STARKE, FLA. : or dry replied Mr. Spoutor; with some so- .,
D. Wall.
never moping or cowering before AT THE POST-OFFICE.
ing and also as a polishing verity "can silver--
gle purposes you expect a )
Assessor-T. W. Sweat ,
ALL WOKK CUABANTCBD. Box "An intense desire itself
41. J'I clothing; for underclothing and for Experience of a Man: w;,o Can't Under tongued orator to speak at a tin wedding .
into Our
the possibility reality. linings. As it is a woven texture and stand Uncle Pain's Way.. ?"-Chicago Tribune.A .
County Officer. :PEEK & FRAZEE are but prophecies of the things ,
it is desirable A middle
'absorbent more from a -aged long-whiskered gentleman who had lost his noso .
-W. F. of
County Judge
Malphns. are capable performing. sanitary point of view for use in wild-eyed individual came rushing into \ **
invited
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. gar- was out to tea. "My dear, ..
We add this Those who
only
: youths
Sheriff-H. W. Epperson.Tax Attorneys at Law and Notaries business life where their fathers ments than chamois leather, and does the post-office the otbor day, like a said the kind-hearted lady of the

Allea..r-J. E.Wainright. &:, off usually end it where their not require to be perforated. It is man running for the bridge when a house to her little daughter. "I want .,

Tax Collector-U. M. Hale. also capable of being washed repeat- steam tug is coming. There was fire you to be very careful to make no' remark
STARKE BRADFORD CO. FLA. William in
Superintendent' of Schools-J. L..Hill. of Blade.began.- Thayer, edly without hardening. and will always in his eye and a bit of fire water on hit about Mr. Jenkins' nose. Gathered .

8u..yeyor-W. H. Edwards C.E, retain its softness.Dcmorest's breath he the '-
County ..
Abstracts of Title and Heal Estate Law a U as came putting up around the table every thing was
County Commissioners Witkovski, tpocially. "E Pluribus Unum" on Coins. Monthly. steps. He turned neither to the rightor going well. The nhlld peeped about ,J
n. B. nlgL to Fh A. Todd, W. H. Pinhole Abstracts furnishe.1 showing every Deed.
fUr M. V. tinith. Mortgage, Lien.Tax Sale, Judgment Attachment "Did you know that the legend E 4IPManyHued the left but made \ straight dive looked rather puzzled for a long time.: .
*
and all matters of public record and tile Oranges.It for the money-order'department. ., and at last startled tho table witha t
Unum which has
affecting Title of Real Estate in Bradford appeared
State Offleer. ounty, Florida, up to date of Abstract. different United States coins, was is stated on what seems to be responsible "I"got a money cider' : here the other "){a, why did you tell me to say nothing ,.-:
day, he exclaimed. excitedly, as tho about Mr.
Jenkins' ? Ho
Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville. authorized to be so placed by authority that the brilliancyof noso -

Secretary ol State-John L. Crawford, ?" said a numismatist. "It was our Florida blood oranges is due to clerk came to the window. hasn't got any.-Golden days. ,
"Yes?" asked tho clerk in the .
Crawford ville. HEADQUARTERS FOR
the artificial introduction of
used in that way in 1786. There coloring The Oklahoma Boomers. .
*
mildest kind of
AtLorney.OeneralWIlUam Lamar,Mon. ,xI1 TlRepresenting no United States Mint then, but matter into them while growing. Thatis a manner.
tlcello. "A money order for: seven dollars -
a was a private one at Newburgh, a suggestion that opens up wide and ,
Treasurer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. the Liverpool and LondonI' the and twenty cents.. for a mania Lans- For a good many years the appella*
Y. vistas to the If
and Globe Company. and the motto of tho United long imagination. tion Oklahoma boomer has
Commissioner of sing Michigan. been espccinlly <
Agriculture B.
i- was first placed on a copper oranges can be made rod, why not _
Wombwell. iI. "Yes?" in the East, a term of of pro-
I.
'. to struck at that mint. Very few blue. or terra cotta, or Nile green P i
Comptroller-General D. Barnes. 'Twas to pay for a totting; of white brium. The cattle men by posing .aa / .j
L. C. HULL have of this And if these things be
specimens coin. can accom- ".-
AdJutaut.GeDeral-DaTld Long, Cedar Bramah eggs, and it was three weeks the friends of the Indians managed to
Keys.Superintendent. left are very valuable. In 1787 a plished the orange will become a feature make
I paid for that ordtr. people believe that the boomerswere
named Brasher coined of decoration that will be calcu- ago
of
Public Instruction- Contractor and BuilderSTARKE a
"
"Yes? mechanically repeated the robbers trying to steal Indian ?r
Albert Russell, Jacksonville. which was known as the sixteen- lated to cut out the rose and the lily, -
clerk, busily engaged in filling out lands. While the check may well \
be and the and the More-
gold-piece, motto, even chrysanthemum
!:, FLA. some postal notes foe people at the glow ,with indignation at the thought .
United States Officer not in this form, 'Unum E Pluri- over, if oranges can be colored they other window. t of the, railroad men and town-site

Register-8. C. Tucker, Gainesville. flam and spcciflcntious furnished on short He was stamped upon it. The coin can surely be flavored at will. Mightit "And that was three weeks ego come schemers who for private gain led ;"

Receiver-Z. T. Crawford, Gainesville. Btice. Carpenter work. solicited and if worth to-day $2,000, and only four not as progress is made in modify- "
promptly attended to. Monday. those boomers into all sorts of hard- ;
Surveyor-General B. Bloxham, Tal known to be in existence. In 1787 ing the plain. original orange, be pos- 1'
khassee. Hand-made brlok for sale either tt the kiln "Yes?" ships, yet for the men who, from eightto .
motto also various sible to alcoholize the ? The
ar delivered at the depot.J appeared on orange -
BKXATORS.Hon. "And here's a letter from tho ma.n.saying ten years ago, selected claims on
coins of the State of New Jer- very suggestion is enough to start a
-
Samuel Pasco Monticello. -- he never got tho money." public lands to which they honestly J
The State of had boom in Florida. If it could be .
Kentucky carried \
some
Hon. "
Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. "Yes? believed themselves entitled, and who
.
REPRESENTATIVES.: J ii W HICKS : copper coins which were out-let us optimistically say "And he says if I don't pay for these have ever since remained in camp on
in in 1791 and bore when it is carried out-the ,
First England
District-Hon. R. H. M. Davidson a orange eggs they are still Uw.'* j the borders of the land waiting for
Cuincy. national motto. The United States will become the reval of the appleof
"Well, send them I Iack." chucked the day sure to come. when they should ,,
Second District-Hon. Cbas. Dougherty was established in 1792, but the the Garden of Eden in its seduc- '"''
the clerk. bo allowed to enter in. one can expresaonly

I Port, Orange. CITY BARBERAND try of the motto on coins was not au tions.-N. Y. Graphic... "I can't send th j.? ; ; they'rec1rlckens admiration. They wero models .. .
directed of the
or by S W-
any pro-
now. Beside* I paid for them of patient endurance and tireless pluck.
How Wire Is Manufactured.
of the act establishing it The
once. Now I want tc know why he Statues carved from the granite to ba

PATENTS. had not appeared on any of our didn't get that ey"v'"Don't found in tho mountains of the greater
since 1837 until the present silver Wire is now being manufactured- '
know Pin Bu"e. If you sentit Oklahoma soon to be a great State.
not was coined. It remained whether iron copper. or brass-by a
Hair Dresser. on our to him he must havt*received""How'm will sometime be erected to them and
gold and silver coins until 1834, new and greatly improved process, and
I to tell| II?says he didn't" not without reason.-John li. Spears:
it omitted at a considerable reduced cost. The '
OPEN AT ALL TIMES. in hen was from the gold
in
Whondidyou uy,the money or- Chautauquan.
FRANKLIN II. HOUGH In 1836 it was dropped from machine devised for this purpose con- der?" f p. a

. Bhtp M Call St., Just East of Railroad silver twenty-five-cent piece. and sists of a series of rolls in a continuous "A three weeks ngojcomin' Mondayor He Was Too Honest."I .

Will following from all silver train, geared with a common
conitantly keep on hand a full year meby it was four weeks Mondayany -
.. SOLICITOR OF line of the following goods for sale : the .-Philadelphia Press. driver, each pair of rolls having a how it was a Monday." try to bo a man of my word.* ha
: .
.4 ... '4 .. Dandruff Cure to cleanse the hair. Delicately Tinted*-.> Gloves. greater speed than the pair precedingit "Perhaps you didn' buy the orderat said as he entered a Cadillac eating

Cream of Roses for the face to remove he with an intervening friction clutch house yesterday "but I can't alwaysdo

an! Fonign rabnb: Inn burn, tan freckles and smooths the The gloves this season both in adapted to graduate the speed of the it."all. You don't seem to be sure of as I promise."

kin. A foil line of Razors: and Honcr "What did want?" asked tho
and undressed kid, show more rolls to the speed of the wire in proc- "You can't get cut of it that ," you
hand way
constantly on ;old razors repairedj. ing and lovely tints than have ess of rolling. The entire operationof he cried frantically. Cause. I've proprietor."You .

825 F $tre.'I, Near U. S. Patent Omee.WASHINGTON. w. HICKS yet been displayed. The street producing the smallest sized wires receipt for it." ;;: gota gave me a square meal on .
Slarke Flo.
; match every conceivable color from rods of one-half inch is' done Then he thrust Kis order into tick two months ago. The bill was

D. c. costume, even to the many dyes in cold. It is alleged that this method the clerk's face, though money.to astound forty-five cents.' I promised to pay ia ..

1 WIITE! LEGH RH lar For: evening wear there is a obviates the danger of unequal anneal- him with evidence; Vis guilt. six weeks but I am a little late.

exhibition of artistic and ing and of burning in the furnace-In Then the clerl* h-fl: to take five "I don't'remember" the circum -

his things. Primrose yellow, addition to this the wire being more stance. -
All business betore the United States Patent minutes to explain to him that he
i: Offlce attended to for moderate lees. Patent violet, anemone pink, tea rose, flexible and homogenous than that should send his "rc&t" and the man "Perhaps not, as you are a bighearted -

;k(>rocured In tie United States and all foreign Eggs for Hatching mushroom, daffodil yellow, golden made by any ordinary method, and would get his money f "man, but I do, and here's your
; countries. TRADK MARKS AKD LABELS regis and the choices capable of money.
4.tered. Rejected applications and ; pearl gray are sustaining greater longi- "Queer way of doin:;. things, I mifct
., prosecuted. Information and advice revived as to most popular of these, which ar tudinal strain; in the case of copper say," he muttere-1 a.-, he went out. The proprietor pulled in a $f? Cana- .
in silk of the wire there is said to be increased dian bill and flung out tho change
obtaining 1 atents cheerfully furnished with He imported gloves a greatly "How'm I to prove i ever bought a _
ONE DOLLAR I
151Witt
out charge. FOR electrical rather di3Ustcdvita the man's hon
Y.
in exquisitely fine and firm quali conductivity. postal note of 'em ;t ail. Not time ISO

lead Sketch or Model ror free opinion The shades in Suede kid are Sun. In there about that esty. Ten minufes later however
asking
a. to money
patentability. Leghorns (Knap's Strain) are the of them prettier than the dressed U.-. they'll try to matte me believe I've this disgust had changed to admira .
CoPI" of '
Mob. *3-Correspondence Patents fu" lshe( for :5 cents Soil pro&tablt variety for Florida. Hgg of gloves showing attractive -Amber beads for croup is one of been dreaming."- Peck's Sun tion. In making Change he took a _

laTJttt sarefully. packed: and dNivered Kt ExpreniEUMc in dove, tan olive, moss, sage, the "remedies" held in honor by credulous .. closer look at the,- bill and on;;!tiie.- r

at above price. Addrss O. C. KNOX fawn golden brown and mouse- mammas and superstitious nursei -The only dairy waich do. not U3 back he found tho stamp: "Suspended< -

&lh13DtJ.1a1 county, Florida : I .-N. Y. Post. from time immemorial. water to excess is the Uromedry.IS. 14S4."-Detroit Free Presg.l' -" ,,. .

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COUNTY; TEtEGRyilH: > tizi 1 i' has other dkcoverie-x of j. The Florida Ship CanaL j Attachment Notice. I I I

I! Periodically (hurIng:4be: ; lust balf-cent- I IN CIRCUIT COURT. 4Th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SEW Of AT OOsiTL!
value be '
.. great yet to developed. urv, Ffln-mes have ,*ta ?u'proposed Toriibndging I ,OT FLORIDA. BflADFO c9UNTY.

-. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT.BBADAJKD 1 c'i pt. York h.t r.l4 great expense the dItuietby water bctweep Fw1cK K.J. u..iA) Ascumpsi5 by siit ofv. ,
COUNTY. FLORIDA.SJJBSCPIPTIOW of&tts.bment.
erected a Miilabltt'kiln! and Dthcrjlarrarijjements :: the Atlautic and Gulf port of The UoMed n. OBKOOKT. ) Sum s'w-to. $130.The With a view of sivifc ap mr prwent business, J
!Stall 'The baa made ev-
I. C. WEBB. government iiefrndant. J. IL pi-egory. anU other I RMTUKK
sell out entire
Editor A"d Proprietor.iff I for the manufacture.J LIftt! surveysjor a canal across the RenmMtU per!on' Interests I are ereby notiflei of the my stockjof .

a---- oj Florida, and private companies m nencement of a Mill the above cause, by
$i.oo A EAn. of all kinds, of pottery, -.vhich he r jiayp spent considerable stjms in ttnding attand cbDrt and arehcrcbV requIted to wnear Bled
demur fbe declaration
"'_ '_ .'_'-"- l-- __" V proposes 16 do on n large scale1. The j cj jiit the most practicable routes for such a thereto by the or Itt Men-lay to in August. A. D. 19S9. 1 1

:- Rutttrat According to Act of Co.greu in .Maoon cnn:* the same theSth Cay of saTu month j.ndRule AT Atb
$ /At Pott Office. Marke. Fla., at Skcor.dtVii I new railroad wijl pass within I These. plans have generally contemplttnayig8ble : day of tlus court or judgment wiJ _

Matter.M I a few rodsV f jbf uoik' thu*. mak; cd a water connection between en aKaict him by default, Bir.oi.t I Il .iti1I

the southern terminus of that long series Anril l 13 1880. Atfys forpl'tiff. iVherebv
This infant
ing
----- transportation tou'
v.: inland that the foregoing is acorrwtcopy
Of t-ound*. which together form au certify v
::4 Some action should! be talc en by industry should bav all the assM-- navigable channel along our South Atlantic of tie original notice of commencement of ?
; suit i'I the above entitled cause now op my _
)::.crJ; :: the County Commissioners to put:. aimee needful )Jy an well I coast, and the Gulf of Mexico nt -,.
onrigotinty or north of the mouth of the duwannecriver. timcV itn-ss my hand and seal of office thi* ISth

-. zWr ; ; tbe onnty jail in a condition to bold I. as ihe iatc in general.- will bring But the result of the various sur? dayS of Al. A. 1'. 1589.EAL W.T.W I

prisoners! or else instrnct tbe Sheriff r capital ii$o Dradfoid and the Male. veys Laving this route iu view have been [ Cllc Cirerlt Court.
found l impracticable either in consequence'

r 1191: ; to place prisonpr* in it. There of the hiclio'st of construction, or qf en? Notice for Publication.
our Parl .
Lritor.Coj
L : ha* up to this time, only 18 months i [ >jr:!htd 18 9 by Arthur C Jackson] gine ering lilDculljes not readily over LAND Orncr AT GAiKEaviu.B, FLA.I
conll June"1st. !$!>. I
MHfte the jail was luiilt at a cost nf r I PiuiJune: 29ti.! ItKO The liHM.: scheme his been proji-ctcil is hereby Rjven that the following-

1 ; ;' The VrtriM' Culver.KxpoMlion! of 189) j under tin cliHrier( granted the state ofFloriiJu NOTICE settler has filed notice of his Intention
I < 000 been ; : by
8 differ
prisoners at 3 of IbP ake tinal proof in inipport of Ws claim and For the nejpfct
jE i one I gra/idrtl; >u-bievement.< of i in Ai-giitl. 18o8. to James U.Spcncerntid ramie and Thirty Dayf L2
t said prOO wi'l be before Register
: q ent times escaped' by cutting tburway 'Iflel tiflh1l cenjury.: Of enormous exit olhei's., cn-*ting a corpt ralionto !: eive',at Gainer ille, f la., on August JG. 18S9.

out it seeing that this! jail i is vet surpassingly; beautiful I and inleiiM-ly p IM known as the Florida Ocean and POWDERfoll: Daniel L. Phillip-, of J.akeide. Florida, H r *. 'VXT=*T. .A TCPKT HjTSTjri LJ _i.rL3@To
.. -.- i InlcrcMin;:, Hclip es anything, ever b- Duiftinterlakvu Ciuinl Company. wjh| rnpijul ufi.tv No 1 5C4, f.'r thr' SW3( of NW\ and NWX C -
a 36 7 S 22 E. He cames the
k Sec Tp Range
the and| fore in the ii.dus.riii
only an expense to county wav ot ] millions of dollars. The line of thecanal owing witnesses to prove continuous residence
4. i exposition1! 'l be average daily Attendance l which lots Absolutely Pure. and cultivation of said land, via
$ should be condemned the repairing been surveyed bycompany's lb upon, :: MOITT
exce eds o"e 1iuidr&d thotifariil. or uVuhle ? engineer on the J. w.flatter'. J. W. Moon O. W.W"ey.ThomasDixon. I A TjTeR
begins
,', :. bill and tie. bpard bill are the only that of the l.-w frml exposition of 18 of, Mex.'eo ut the bit Lor of Cedar flqlII II, Thi ii* powder n ver varlep. A ni rvol all of I-akeside,Flonda.J5.O. I rcgcB. Register. ,

d benefits derived there from one to The space originally {tinnletl to Florida: wlt'u-h is nearly on hue name paralul with L of p; ritv, itrenffth and wboleaomeneHSMore ,
S-rir
.- ins been very lamely iwr"a.- ..,. -- the mawm tbe other to the sheriff. now have 4 collective agricultural exhibit and kinds, and oariunt bo sold! in -OUIM Mtjon
proceeds nortliwislerly i" almost
__ -, _. Probably the no* board of Commit in the Industrial si-clion. each of whichforms straight, line '> a jKiint on tin: St. Johns a with woiirht the alum multitude of of low test, ;hoi 1 AKD OFFICE AT Jane OM1iSVl1.L 28. FLL, I, tny Patrons anti the general Pplilio; I would Respectfully vu _
one of the most Itc'iiitiful and ltnicthe l-t phosphate powders.Sold .
d river north of Falaika. The dislanre Is hereby given that the following-
..;. ?toners will see that something i it* i dinpii.y* of I the respective seclions.Qjr from the jul, Gulf to the 8l. Job-is river nl.i only in cans. Koral (taking Pow N'OTIOE settler has filed notice of his Intention that I am still at iqy "Id| 4ta ji1, ready to servo my customer*' |tg! der fco. lOG Wall-sU 2T
V- to make flnal in support of his claim
;;r dgne to make the jail a place of eaffkeeping. agricultural and exhibit coujt of rye. the i propi> ad lin: i it about 80 i mjlts. From and that said proof proof will be marie before AV.T.: not ice. As herctofprp, J shajl in the future use my best emlearori ti
rice
oats other ri-reals in Ilie hhtaf Ilic Si J.iLius'c.td of the canal We eks. Clerk of the Circuit atfaiarke Florida
it is Court ,
4 -
: A wall should bo built t and insliisn from \Vi-M. .Middle and South I to reach the Atlantic ocean either proposed on August 15th.188U. vis: Ira sturgis, orWorthingtcn. out good work at a low figure. I solicit the attention of those ip p _____

all around it to the Flor iila. cotton nnd en:ton seed from the river B R1JG soa Florida }f. E. No. 110.W, for thaE
; keep publicaway by 90 inilcd to the open sea, orby ) of KandWJfcf NEV ofSecKTpBSRunge
rt and better would Aluchua county, foilo and cereals in gins an mldiiioii.il nuial from the river to p 19 FHe names the following witnesses Q arriagesj ,
yet bu an I from Citrus county: irmalades from the oeuiflit' St. Au usiine. This adjl! }! to prove hiii continuous sidence upon and cultivation ::

: *. addition of a jailers house aid some Lake county from" Volusia; marmal.id'-f.; j'-lly and preserve : mona l cau.il would be fclwiit 17 uiiles li'iig.? Rimes.of,51.maid C.land Oill., viz J.:J. Brooks O- L. Mitch,all of, ThoinasIL Worthington '-j- ,.,.,,,-c'ieBA ::' .,

rouniy; timber from The engineer' report claims that this ii ; Florida. -
oue placed there to watch and \ -
Peethat Hillbboro and Polk ago-e :
frc .li
fruits :
from -
; Ot- line is feasible at a reasqnablc eit t, that itis Any person who desires to protest against the

14; prisoner are properly locked up Hng : i,1anejn't; in In it tie from Duvtl:: ti.ge .t bet line across I he pensnsula foreither allowance of such proof or who know of any ; a ari..d. Qazi.j
Mttatantial reason, under the law and the regulations
oran ufne in the wood and bottled
and that they are not assisted hook.sliciiy. a tide-level or I 1tck Cnn.il,; and tint; of the Interior Department why such Xfl other style of -
by ;)oii. hntitti ialcrnj; and vino (Inn by i it, in connection with the Mississippi pi not Kliould not be allowed WUI be given au

oat riders to escape. A good jail from' Leon : cof'i.-i; nuts from Monnie tosclhtT I- r.ver and the r.iilroadt."ierminaiing; ai tbeGtjlf opportunity at the above mentioned tune and .
with !ec'.ratlins..f !-. p lace to ciws-examine the witnef sea of said
can be built and should be without iir and bjiauis moss, ; the jiriMiqcU of our poultry will claimant, und to offer evidence lu rebuttal of VEHICLES.
r : j jI. plants Pampas plmiius from var5uu L flnd an
delay, as it is, our county is becoming I. sources. These are all displayed; on abroad under! the most favonblu uiul ccoiiomic.il S. C. TupKBR. Register.
I ihe counters! nnd walls of .n beautifully of i ,
rat t
the laughing stock of the Slate I ei Iraii.spnrtittiou.
wmMrupieil pavilion bearing eferywde The adv4ii'asjiS ill a properly construe L. J. L. O ASKING,5 $200 Reward.A Plows
Harrows?
: ;and yet we are financially the mostprosperous the flowery nimt; ; of Plot idd.. ed sli'ji: f.iual -ros4 FlorhU may be hi.,; t Cultivators to orde1M'J
In the iiiuumrial IE.t'-jt: !N reward of Two Hundred Dollars will be paid
.f' of the entire sirlioiive hare: from undeialood. trom the Matement thai itwould bj the County of Bradford for the apprehension,
county
; Al.iolma 'opntj' the finest exhibit rxf Florida s ive Wn(; ) to 9 State. cottons i>vrr slio\\u. Our filinti ulsntliarl .11 by lieivi-en New Orleans uud who murdered George Ruff and John Ruff In aS'ctioii _Implements.! :
walef house on the F. C. & 1*. Rn... about IXniilc S S
deal 4
a of attention' ,
: great ; the I- New YoiU. aud practically the s-ime; betweeii -: Starke, Flat north of Hampton, in Bradford County, of Vehicles ultural -:
.i\l ,
The people of this cqunty are dc- i iIi .Maguuy 1 ( I the Ih-nn qiic-en and palmetto 1- nil hue Atlantic and Gulf ports of on the night of May 13th. 188!). ; Implements lO4)ls,

: ,:': termined t( mid tibr j ftom hiDe needles njih the United'! StuU.% Jt would save nearly Physicians' Prescriptions Offered and published by order o the board of ()t'i: Pistols, etc., nialVorkmcn. | .> atly nntl struugly by. experienced -
th t murder snail be a yarns, cotton liaggiug and matiintr lt Co Commissioner Bradford County. Florida.yu.e3d.A.D.lU :
III4. as much dUiunec between Euiopuan poru: \ 'ULI the bt'Mt materials used.

. : thing of the pas, or if a murder from the latter. In uavaJ stores we have: and the Gulf port of' this"country.' It.vouiiJ (J17 ruu/I CwwundtJ n} ail 1wU3'-daV o! E. A TODD.

I :bT ,hall be committed that large glass bottles of ppiriis! turren imfcurleen I.. aNo s.tvc the buz inls of navigation night Attest W.:T. WEEKS. Chairman. 7" HOUSE yilOEIXt! ai ydfng to Sfleutifle Principles.
every meanspossible t-tnndud tample of rosin first -
I.
armind,
the
keys of Florida! than which.it Cl'k of Circuit Court
4; shall be uspd tu bunt out vtcond and I third runs and deodorized is .srrieil, tin-re is no ocei: route inore U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER ex officio Clerk rnil
tlIt rosin, together with other productions of Auditor of board of
,Ire aued. To give esliuiale of
and the u i.lhiIrg; : I IIIaz4ru G.ARD&Itht
: brjng
guilty ope to justice. the pine free. Co. Commissioners. PACE
tins
il vias&UOtvu in a -
congressiomil I
D V.I5RT
One of the By N. nIT. Dep'y Cl'Js.
t Not satisfied moM
with the decision of nrtiMip oputiiuuiion i" investigation lint: for the eleven
to our exhibit is Mr.! F'n' ler's spleivJii! yea rs pri-ir to lbli: tlie loss by Wrecks iniiss.ije
Adams
, '2 squire last week, jhey have water-color of the!; Ponce de Leon |;oicl. | ari.uiid thi- pel.i iisflla 'of Florida Special Master's Sale.

demanded the rearrest of Thomas itr.d, not' to be outdone. Mr. Plant i li having amounted to $22thJU.O..O. The saving i.fus BY virtue of a decree rendered I>v tho Jiol 1. STAKKE rard County Florida,
James M B Hopkins for the painted a ft i and representation of I tbe! c(>M h in ha Yjiruit ion, t tnt i ia: tieighls, Circuit of the State of FU>riJa. oo the I'd iiayof L
killing of C. J.Vebt. Tampa lla] }' hotel which! sis soon as dons. well I 1 us in insurance, by the use of a canal February, A. 1). 1888. In a cause lately pending

ti ) Hopkins is now under hon[I land will ornament a prominent position m in ii!:;' can be te.idily &I iiat; Ltd by practical inc n. in the Circuit Court of Bradford County, in said i
, innin corridor Judicial Circuit wherein Owen Owens was complainant SWTE
of the PI'HCC of Liberalarts REAL ADENTS.
; \Vhaievi-i: il inigbt IHS to-Uay. i it would not
there appears to be a chance for which has been and John L. AVj en and Narcis Wynn
; reserved fi>r it.Ve l.iii to from defendants
grow year to year with t : wore which saiil decree has ben
: ; :'L a thorough investigation of the affair have also a series of photographicviews i expanding; trada uf the country. duly asignet1 i sut over and tiansferred to Owen
, of Seville O wens. Jui>i >r. who is now controlling thes-ame.
largo % .
.1 Floiida
: f by the next Giand Jury and the fiuit display photograph? ( Hie importance of opening ant lu :a c.m>il 1[.as Special Master appointed by said decree I '
at the New
Oilnms WoiHVexposition I ii'uin toh
bus Ln'fii lia.e ,
to lime confirmed I Ieign execute the pip\Lsioi.a therior t. will on the SI:
r Circuit Cpurt. If Hopkins is proven) ), and the premium sold medal for us well us Auieric u observers. IVA -ANDSTAUKK.- d lay o August, A. 1). I'-SU. the same btinjr the Iht
ORANGE
o- fi-r best of Monday of etiil! .nonth and a public sole day : G.OVES.IMRQrED
display rjtrus fruits ut the
t hu Uussian
f n-poi rf l ( govtTiimtnt : jF 4VL.fiUi Inof
au says ,
Ipqocent man by all means heshonM sanie.expofciiion.% ) : front of tie! court house door in the town I
A
: ) series of large pbot( t 'B y the constrilcllon o! the Florida jjhipcaniil '! 'stark. in said Brae ford com ty. within legal
be freed, but if the evidenceif r itI iitplm. hapdsymely) framed of thu inn g- the Goifl o( the transport ofgraiisfrom ; W.A.iial h ours of sale of said day, sell to the highest and
nificent fruit displayed at the exhibit) y intention given to rpairingWatclieB: ljc',t U-Ider. for cash the following described ; ; FARMS
in the
\ I Strong enough to convict him of a, Ocala also MibMs'sippi valley to Liy.crpe ol OLMocksuml.Mvelir.! &.'., &". All work done land situated la Bradford County, Florida touit ,
omiiment our exhibit. We\ will I be lessened inoie than 50() per cent., ;" nt rrftsoisble prki P for t iisli. : ThfNKXoftbe SW.i Sec lOTp.SRSl p
t._ murder there can be no good in linn views of the Mm ray Hall l-oielof: that; "it will render hue United Stairs the E. contain 1 g 49 acres. Sale made to satisfy g

; p vhy he should not stiffer the penal''. the Odar Gulf Keys roast, Tampa Iteatitiful nnd other points I on) jibjolute controller ot the "prices of grainin teruiM of saJ; decree. Ki.'BKHT KErr,;. ; w lLD LAND&
; exhibits of Floiida
the Jiiitisb markets; that "Uuwniili sin THF.ILF.AS Dvi.l I.. Aarez.! atratoroftlie Juv! 2 h. iJsoll. Special Mast r. .

t ly of the.crime. perfumes, dentifiices and toilet vmecais be utterly uaablc to couipr'e Wi Ih I c-ttttp of M. F'. Uro\\.lute[ of BraJlorcl _____ _ it- -
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- V fiom Luke County Stale<-f F'oriil.t. (U-c-cns.-d. ha<> tiled inmy -
(oIIlIiy a most complete her iJnlith
. Our county has A : : icporls declare that .L lie ofticc a tkm of the Insiilvi-ncy < f nidthe 4,000,000 .lirres of tii1 !
- .. icpntatiou not .Hid) attractive exhibit of cedar from Levy Fluriila ship c.inl; l will 'esiablisli 'liu-ct Ktftt.* tUesPun'tl'i-K'foH1 i-Vce to notif all i> ixm i NOTICE.In fcelonglug to tl'e k'L Rlb&Ut"1'11 .

,;__ to be envied and every good law t.i unty. thowingin\ > various) stages of trade between Inc Mi aiaaij>pi valley utidEurope. hoMing chins against S"'l tMate. t.i flic Circ'iit C"urt 4th Judicial Circuit of Kk.rMa, 1UN BA I WAY ( '.(r., tlWribnted throughout te-sZati' an
) J pencil miinu fuel tiro from the tiee t.i I Uncompleted ." sanif In lay ('flhi.-l 'bilr nuthentic-att-d. on or by Brmifiird County. The Stale uf Florida. ,
3c citizen
4L abiding should do his best to the Second fl I .
*"_T' product : 23 oilier) varieties of Eviileu'cis' Hi'e fn'qi'ent' of Lite tlr t I liv !. > UK;."** \vill be ni.wle n probate distribution\yhicii;i oftheasscls J. M. Truhy. S. 3. Sternburtrl extending southward from the iiou4i boundary of Gcgrsia I4'ort LItrr.Il: ;
- 'If niw) restore confidence in the public mind. tbe natural wood in Lery county; tl lee gjentcil. ix IdoKinb mom earm-s'iy I I for ul sail citato among the crwlitors of P E. SfroivJler.hAOts: and i iVS. i
artner d'inz busnes.
,;c I m Our people are law abiding; and collect fisliciu-s Inns of spurges from the spun ge iiVall.il'le outlets by way of the, Gull p'or'.S the a'i.p.-.<$ hauJ au1al th. A.Witui. d er the ttriui Hattie stt.,1 4i.simoipsitsuft%' i attactimer it. in M.onrov cotllltV. I
Lily MiKMiy *
on the Gulf '
iiat i ; 33 samp't-s (if 1 be .N.tlii'ii; I (}ru&ti'j in l':Ji8 rvcoiiuncnded D 1 W'M.. K. MAU'iint.. TIl.b3Steruliurg:; and Suir sworn t

\ 1 I peacable although a little carcleos wood fiom Citrus; 22 bi hly rrilisli iiI I t'on ixi to ippiopiiitu u'.ynev for a I SKAI,1) Cuuntr Judge.47tii ('oiip4i--. ; Liberal Terms and fae&al Inducements ar? QjBOX '. d

in the elocution? of the law! but p-in-ls: of wiMid fr m Oraniri'. \t.ctI irrill deep-wait I r ltuit.ur. on I IU<: coast t'J f I'e. .is. ___ _*" A. L. 5ctt. j

now \\ilb i n nuist couipiele] ( (,t Ieitii.n "f I' (ire \iitliiu the. p.ist; uo 3'iarueirlv 8.00Uiiiki' Tlia uiniii-d di'f AIDE! SETTLERS.
a-ove nibt' .%
t
: that than LitlHA( ; 1. tcV1t. ;i:ml
' 44r they are fully aroused to the onil.iiiidi'ed t=pocmi<'iiN) of ibc n-rt i-I l lpcci ; ; i.e-.v r.tini.id! ; h.ive twen cojstiucled ( CINTRAo ll otHrK) >Monsteilfte -
.. : important- of i. s the Gulf uf Mexico .- ittsstiuri !:he ? at-
*? abatement
an ,
. t of crimea FEN1iSJ1AR(
| -..U iful s pry i men of IIie! tnrpou.ntSractcd 1ui C), I ii ver. hnirnf ami arelitn by r' 'iulrf-d I"* nplr Acres ofSim'l Vt flIltflI? aI34.SlII'f bi .id lHd O1r1
p ioat..r.Letn4r tn better and more prosperous) time eo much atlc'ilion Ht Cjt'i1ii, ; I it Kieicbanti of Chicago and Saint! oiicri) Ike P. 8. & 1.CQ, rnlh day
m : may !be looked foreward to. InS t Mimmc-r is rlso here toother"nh 1, i tin Li l.a ye itciuilv :H.'iiioneil I i Coiuritss1% toiipj Mamlartjj.yinio Clued. June if, 1881*. l iiip tin- first Vcunliy of sail m>>ntii aivl tin! rule; ; iSunun, shuiiu: ;;'Jj b'jtb sto'cs ol l-ut }"tiria:: Railway :iui.I Na

most Approved pnr.iphern UH-d in tnk- >n>pnaie $1.0l.0UUO) to tubsiilize I i.lf a i ; ; i .1 3)0 i lii (\-aii, or 1iugmrnt! ; will tw taken tion CVs Inic /iL
jog this si'vcr' a oUTllFZzNL1y'.I $ I a gaias; tt lmi hy .Ief.iut! of Kailnwl hQtv' ? cra.iii;& ., j tli il.'tu-tj vt.ct
.k )ci kintr. The Plant teitns1; tip (it hi-Mii'trs between Tampa, Jfl.'t.I i i iidnwnll. 5 &) p1 > 05) a.Lv Fen>aidius Ar| 3 (03 i>| H iOa0.i- I.. IJ. RHODES ,
swarn | *ndVhe SaIe UUP is appropriately rv1ls'enh.l l by IM .b Iy! this route it is claimed 7011> 11 <* a Lv ,Ir Vs'.irtille Arl ITiO T' Ii> ) Ji.'y' 3. t Vrt>, rUiiilifT A l tot-lit-y Cedar Keys, oiv tin liulf of .

following [9 taken from the oil paiiuiii of the steamship. Oliycl te. th at a t-Hving in eight (IutyB Can be iado in&bd i; sb ntl 1 27 e't.v-' t'iia', an ArlJM.: 1)1 1 10 a 1 tio li *idiy cfeitify that time aim.me! i i-4 n true:
; ''u. of fh't Imftl
The tobacco ; ArlU4Z| |i' S'OnICTjtAr : :j : ii-'ticf r.'W or. flti* ftj {
report made by the committee i interests ve\\\ represented, trut l1 i % cen Sou',1.: Aineiican; p<;|-ts and t' pi : IJiwtry Arll.Sa! 3a i' a O ltiC". Wiu.e 314) hanil ug.l moli>( C uit tills my l :
K appointed 113'nil exhibits of c'iefars and leaf lobac'co all Soulberu and Western pnint. x compared 0 B5 .p,; 1 .4 J )pAr: i.trIt Arlll ?* a! 3 ;iOa.Op Julj 3. 1SIJ.LSE.L1 .
1 to examine the records ai From HilUboro, t'itrus( an IiertnLn.I 1a with the present route Vij Kcw io:> i pAr \\jtlilciHawtlvrnc .&r1.u; :.2 n 2 ,) a W. T. WEEKS. ORANG 6ROVS amir. WPRDKD FAA .
-.
fl t ".: ]
counjies.It p i'.r 1'2:1 ; p Lieu-k
I accounts of the hnd office, and reported Vork.Tiie. 1 tI at 4 J )ci.1i AAr 0 07 p 1,2 I lift -
f i Ualisoluiely correct to s.-iy: th.-it Fio.ndi's sharp competition which is involved :.o 1i 4 pAr Wjdwwil) Ar N 0) HI A SPECIALTY.
\o Speaker Gauknw on .May exhibit allruris nmce general attention Ill the successful diMribuibj'n of the 1fln'' S :Op'Ar' Lee'IIr' H Ar 7:5 ai 7io.u r6 p Notice for Publication. .
and 6 ai UWvI.r TIt.'M I.' 7 1": a1 74
rl 2lt 18 JL -wUbe{ rememberedhat other more favorable con.men t thannny immense and rapidly growing products 9 IIpIAr ( u-Iaui&l. 1.%- r. 4'iu! 4I Wpp LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE. FLA., I Send for discriptive pamphlet maps ete.
single exhibit) in the "Vmericanbection. of the Mississippi : will June28tb. 1SulP. f
*
". ; in If 87 nn act was passed bvunicb This is of course very gratifying compel the i\t\lization valley of all im-vitably :31- 1 1 TA5IPA DIV.V.OOOa I Lb NOTICE is hereby given that the folio wtng- : .4
practicable -
j-4-; Lv settler has filed notice of hiinten
.. to the projectors and Jacksonville 6 10 a
& a large amount of promoters of the waterways to reach the coast, and thence Lv Wildw< xi Ar I5pX'p ion to make final proof in support of his clal .
swamp
dipplny I i.d of jrert value to the state.Vhavetrenhouorcil the shortest and th.it Raid proof will m.T.
: : and cheapest routes to foreign 6 41 a Ar Panasnffkee Ar H I be mode before W. .
.. land was set a*ide, the proceeds of \\ wiih visits from market An inspection of thin of 72a Ar Suiritervilie At ) p Week*, Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Star L-e

J' : wlnph wan to pay the bonded debt,: mnnj'which distinguished pei ons, fist amcjij;?; the United States in relation to the map commerce 9 23 30 ain a Ar Jjjcoochtc St. Catharine Ar As 6-61&D)p of Florida Providence., on A ugust radformi 15th 1889.County* viz: Florida Louis K., H.Oay

k may be' metitioned 31. Cat not, tie of the Mississippi valley demons- 25 a Ar Bade City Ar 515p p No. 13015. for the SEAf of SEJi of Cec 13 Tp 6 : iiI
pfaeveral rounties, of which Bradford President of the Fienclj republic, who trates the national importance of ihe l2 Op Ar Plant City Lv 41 ruo Range 17 E. He names the following witnp ? a
to hi-t
is one. The lands are styled came m inet ininiMecs.accompanied by several of his cab; proposed fcbip canal. It would c'eaii' [)uni l% | 13 | CKl'ARKEyi'I J 14 I :.r- vat prove ion of. said continuous land, viz residence: John upon W. Osteen.and culta K. -

:1 ,. Intf-rnal M. Carnot xpre ed his ht: tian-sportation from Atlantic ports;i toJt 7 ((&plt4a Lv -Vson\jc; lfOi 6 IOatOp 31. Uay, L. 1J. Gay, P. B. Summers,all of Pro
Improvement Lar s'i Iprisi that such 8Ua 240 Lv vidence,
d excellent corn as we the west coa t of p Waldo Ar 10 35 p 3 Florida.
4: dis-play grew in Florida. The of Kou.'h America. 7 10 a 3 2! p Ar GaIieivhlle Ar U a 2 30 p Any person who desires to protest against the t
would
proper. The report says: Flonda quality; bu no kes important to the c m30 4- a 4 iaj. Ar Archer Lv ti 25 a 12 13: p allowance of such proof or who knows of ) :FIL4t.
1 In grown corn was also a matter of, ice of the Western wurldjhan the Suez( .. 'I 4 43 |. u4tOnon Ar 74Sz> .. ub-tADtlal reason,under the Uw and th;> any *
k4 %_i& .1 the Department of Internal: gr eat tzlIrprise to Ihe faimersof.the Ohio canal is to Europe and As i-and the time: (-O; p Ar Ce.hhr Key 1vAl 5 3a1 .. l lations ot the Interior Department why regu such -

Improvement Lands proper, we find valley and central states at Cincinnati labtsummer. is not far distant when its construction U | 1 | WKSTKUN DIV'N. | 2 I .I- proof should not; be allowed.! win be given an

.I: that there was on hand January 1 1st Some days after the visit! ol will lie demanded by tbo ppi'ple of the T Th p! 7 15 aiLv' Jjick.sonvi\Ii)\ ; Ar; it 45 i pi 2! 45-p opportunity place to cross at the examine above the mentioned wime time of and ne&
the President of France 8 (XI pi 8 (*) aAr! Hild\rin Ar 3Vir( ; tes a iitlof ttz'White
14'ip claimant, .
the Prince United and
came States to offer
: 1887 as evidence in robnttal
an in
XS.7,279 22-100 acres and f'-om indispensable measure 4Jp nsfta'Ar 'L.akeCity A- ?2
18p1t
of Wales the Prince a that submitted
of by claimant
: i4 Wales and their for
t the 11 Wp1 027aAr .h'f
this amount there promotion of the prosperity of the | O.lcMadison Ar !2Ar'llSSa 3ii o 9.V a4)a1ta "
7.1 was told in I the bons and daughters. The royal party s put whole country. The 1 Ar Kin: a tC; .TfCKER.: Register.

: c-J _, year fl:87: 2,503 85-100() acres for Whitsunday holidays in Paris atTd I I of tie r which rivers and harbors fume authority ved Un4 1 al2r,2p'Ar'' %t.itFCfl9 LvilOi'Sal) :,25: aI.v -
are impuii 6 10 a, 2 fl2) Tallnhassteyuiocy
pAr| UOua 3108CO :
$5,047.48, as will appear by reference cou tse were much delighted with the exposition. and by which a navigable hiinl l is i low 8
-qt to exhibit '('/' herewith attached l Last among the more distinguished constructing betvceeu. Uie Hudson ri.vt-r al 4OOp1ArRivu-JinettoT.Lv' 7 05) a 1 0'ia B Y virtue and in pursuance of nn order made

I -.- and there sold visitors were a band of n.iti.-o and Long Island Scur.d. across the northeudofKew Trail-s Xos 1.2,7. 8. 'J. 10 1 t 4. ;t daily. Nos.' 3. by the Honorable James M. Baker. GENTS AND BOYS'
; was during :the n-d IHMI from Buffalo Bill's-Wild We st." York city would be fyuud 4, il.. 4v :* daily except Mitidnj ; 81 d&Jy'xi edit of the Circuit Court, 4th Judicial Circuit of Judge}'lone. HATS, BOOTS? f AND SHOES INL
vear 1868, 5,173 72-100 acres for with their chiefs in all the >an- Monday. rida,dated May loth A. D. 1M!? >, appointing g .
; ,.-.- 18,876.46 as will "t ply 1 of war paint anti feathers.gorgeou To* t amply adequate to provide for u National FERNAXDLVA AXO" JACKSOXVJfcLE TfR'ClLNo. -- the under-igued. Commissioner to bell the FINE CLOTHING.
each
appear by reference Floiidu bIii .' It lowing real estate folE. .
CRTfl.l) should bu belonging to the
SBP, ot iln-se) a i naliontjl &a. Xo. G. Xo 5. 'c estate of .
, to exhibit "D," herewith' attached we presented one of Martinez and not an individual eolerpVue, 84oa430pLv Jacksonville Ar 8fOa >61. N. Perry, late of Cliff County, FJondo, deceased,
80.p
Ylwir situated
& Cu.'s in Bradford
balance best cigars, and they were to insure completeness und lOO-'ia 6QUp Fernandma Lr 7 15 a County, Fl.ii Ida,and
: leaving a 140 perfect [ 3Qp scribed
,()01) received with adi.p- as follows the NX of V?)( of SWV deof
65-100 baud. very expressive grunts of Litisfaction. on to the purpox-s iiilcntled. Train Xo.. 5 and C.daily, except SuaJay. ;. SE}{ of NE* Sec 28 Tp 0 S Range 23 E. contain
acres on sn As no deaths have si neeiau The commeice now paxsing round the Q i a"d 61 Simrt
At the rate of this sale it will not bi-en reported (torn the camp,. the hid Cape. of Florida is large but with fneilitis 7:13 a m. Ne.w Orleans Express shortest a -U virtue of said appointment I will tH at public i
line auction the
problem remains unsolved. quickest to MKldle and Wes-t Flonda points, aforesaid described lands in front
. be long until the entire bonded debt Among the Floridian by \vhich 7o. ayiA Ibo dangers and Pensnools, Mobile and New ()rans.! 7i: > ii,. m. of the Opurt House door in the town of Star ke. -
, who have visi ted cust ot that route, \votild undoubted! I'. an-1 7.a? p. ni. trains connci't through to tiiotiasville. ,- in said county of. Bradford, between the legal P. O. BUILDING.SCIIQUL
i of this county is paid and not one us are Mr. George Wjjon and wife, of rapidly inci cased American Econout}list.cl.- Montgomery, Nashville, St. Louis. CincinnHti hours of sale, on Monday the 5th day of Augi ist. .

Ocjila. Mr. Carpenter of Orlando. Colonel: ___ _ ,Chicago and all points North at UVc.t.. 188t bald lands are situated ia that .
4. .. -. dollar of it will come from the pockyt I)UtLou and Mr. Koblnson A r veat44.pm.;? and 345pm. portion of the town of Starke called -
of
GainesvfUe, Let us. five the readers of the Ti 11 45 p in Slail and Express or all p;>iLt5.Sojith Thomasville, said lands are well improved -1---.4.-'.. -
while Ll- ,
Colonel) ;
i of the citizens of this Haldeman of TjJJahassce Gainesville. Ocala. Leesliurp. Tavares. Apopka. a large, commodious frame
county.Tb i remains with us an bom.red member: GUAPII a I little i ty ely advice Hot weather Orlando. PanaRufTkeefet. Catharine), bad, 4:'ity, house and other buildings with an orange dwelling D :EIA I
thanks of the people are lue the Juiy. indejnnjribly at \voiK fo I Flo- is coming and with it colic cb.oletamorhus Plant C'tv. Arrives at 1 51' n m. and other Jruits. Saif Innds and premises grove area : S J
; ; dysentery und d.iarrhcea. The 700p 31 Local, connects through for all points soid to pay the debt of said estate Terms
da.
r'' Ttii' cash SttfjKH
Dr. Gaskins for this ? weight' of 'prevents Mr. South.
OcalA purchaser STATIOJiFABT
,
prosperous stateof t Plant years ,inly, saf way to combat these IIibCflS4 is Uauiesville Leesburg. Tavarcs paying for titles. ALL KINDS ANT&f4r1r
from :5. Orl-mtlo,
following all his kindly Tarpon Sprii.jr1. Southerland. Pe L. B. ,
I. &t.
affairs, as it has come about enpuls.es, but tux ont is working more hard mmto keep some reliable remedy hand undilic. teI. rsburgandTarnpa. Arrives at 6 1Q a in. July 5th. 18* RapntCommissior iarLTIT, (
or all l who have; tried Chamberlain's ct) 11 45 a m Cumberland Route Express connects. -
j more
tirely
his endeavors. successfully for Florida's
through benefit at Fernaodina
with )1wev
cholera and iHurrh steamer City of Brunswick thpnSF
than a remedy will ndnijt
be. and it is
certain that Florid-i daily for Brunswick Macon. Atlanta, Chi itta- :
h that it is th mni
t ? prompt, reliable and LouisviMe, NOTICE.
owes mote ol her industrial development nooga. OtuciopaU, St. Louis and
Bradford Ahead. successful medicine kuown for these Chicago. Arrives 1 50 p in i CIRCUIT
and
:
c. Capt. II. K. York, of Lake Butler. I lthy coinmercml"ther. living prospeiity man. Every to him.exi l than 0-.5- p luints. U costs but S.1) or 6.0 cents com and- except 4 SO p Sunday.m Fernaudma Connecting Mail Tuesday and Express and Friday tally OF FLORiDA COURT, BRADFORD, 4TIIJUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRC1 A-sID}:, LIliRAIlV AI) FINECIGARS,

:' ? bad on exhibition in this : hl tiii hid' 'n recent years! that have showed m ay lie the means of saving you or h yaur, with) HteaintT St. Nicholas for*Savannah and way IN CHAKCEaY. / *

city one 'h, world Fhirida's resziurCeS an(1 family niui-b suffering if uo\ life itself; Ia ndhis.: Ihurjtrtay with Mallory steamers I Jor E. L. LIVISOSTOX 1 Foreclosure SUBSCRIPTIONS
i day Jabt week, a sample of his titeryware ons have Iteeu ( alt riteb the summer H over. For sale N ew lark. A.'lives 850 a in. Sunday I rain VS. of KECEIYED Foil .Y I'AWife h& .
put- by MAOAZIX
j largely and in 1e Orfew
AVe JacksMnrilh,84tnrnThis ,
Soliritcd
home mill
cis ">1 1 f KITEBS -- -S ( nrnnint ii'N.nti, n .-pl,....,. L... .
taken from his first k iln.) wholly paid for by MY. Plant. It was < JOIN cit. new se rvice gives perfect coQpnctious It having been satisfactorily .cm shown uorLgage. ...-
p. with the same liberality and Baldwin kir all points North, East and Wtst. Court.uponthenhjng ot theworn to the STAUKE, Flu.. January 11. 1N3.L -
The i i ; samples were all pitchers of:t f a tb i be took this Pans enterprise Il-iveyou hcarl what Jlr. QL. 1. %Veat Via Callahan to all points Xoith. East and. \\Vnt,, Complainant In the above caus. answer i of Court the 9. 12m
. .i up exposition tII'I)4. via F maudiaa connecting with that the Defedqnt
., ; m"Nt difficult and delicate de pl y. in which be has be'n*joined by the f CnmbridRo City. lad., says of 'Jbambcrlam's -. of Brunswicl?. fi>r Brunswick., Macou steamer, AUanta Oty,, of the State of Florida., A. L.that scott.he Is ha a flOJi-Ydent
colic cholera, and diarrhea. and all no'iy residing at -
North Colorado
Jacksonville. reni'ily points and West. Sr-rings Which
Tampa Hiid KevVo.sl Is hI
ir sign. They were perfectly made and Ma lem. I ? If rit.. here it i"D irinj: last D.E.Maxwell A.. 0. MacDo.nneJI1 mEl fore Fasoconuty. Stateof Co1ora'o.pofti iti.s address there. I shijPs. Sale.ffTNDERandbrvIrrtipof .

5 handsome and light as any w.lie ; ,. VVltu Mr Mmi JJrsP1int came Colonel Mimnior f \vi\s Iroublcii viry muchviih lieu llonager.OllAXGE, u. P.-.T.A. be --1 upon said ymM that notice FIVE ACRES OP an ciecutk iMned
*ev re pains in ctoniaelMind deJe-.dant. A. L. Scott LAND in U clot of the ilrcult
Ilmott. who I is my bowels! pubi cation. and hv CT.JY Court in and for the 4th .
himself that
making !
of J.IH kind ever brought tp otu i 1{ i IItSIS, useful and if there cons[)lC- aid \\an induced by a fiieiul to try this a' d utli others iutere.te4 Id m defendant above A,. L. Lcott LIMITS. Undv good cvdtiv.u4oB wll Judicial Uicuif of FloniJa. Bradford County In a .
is < certain
not a v : C'OLL.EiK -Uit are hereby cause t hrr lo peuUm. David
cry requlremi wherisin L.
notice. I re increase in re meilV. I look one dost, as per dincliois to appea:, Pleat fenced, wiflu.OJL4Xfl. 'Alvarrz) -
Capt. York has an inexi" ; Florida and Cuba trave'ln the mattei-s and !' answer oran demur to ixJaintrlT und against Jerry 3t. Job**.
1, \ \'\i the new Overland and Shoit and iVguvr i me almost instant ii'litf. located atTARKE. said bIll of things alleged In comlaiut In defendant. I i have Ifitil upon and Trill sell oo
Sea
lijutftibje supply of clay for potte ry. I JnThis )ule, it will not be his fault' .Col. Elliott'' 1 cheeifullv: rrconimeiul it to the afflicted." FLORIDA. by the id day complaintuow or Septeniber,oi A.D.ille 189.In this the office, ; PEAR,. CHEL1: ihefln-t Sell day ilondnyjn of said mouth Aupijit and, A., D J08 being tb
tantnala
t 185 and 50 bring flu. same a be
,
dj
t is the only bed of kaolin in ihe '11 1$ '""n'l an old-time friend and boon cent bpltles for sale by B a andt'glDa he takm rule day of thIs Court.or the aanie will Z'2 fore the Court Hjuae door or gold County at
nine U
,.t i roiiipniyoinn Btiffalo Bill and Elliott u and 51'f IILVERS & Joi-PR.;: wonth'essiop on Sept. 8J. 188?. noticeshall bepubilsh.d coafe9hed. Provided of this and .1 pp.ij Trees t tartt- Florida, during the legal hours of f* eU -
Southern states and the best in lu*' Bill mm ujji in the most A SCIENTIFIC. MUSICAL TELEGRAPH, a In the Bradford County !|- to the highest bidder. OF cash, all the TIgh .

I. Uni: d States, CajJL York gi vrD itt itl' "1! most Extraordinary unexpected hours. If places;any Ed Roe Killed by a. Maiier. AND PRACTICAL ,COURSE MATflFfltArAZ OF a the once Town s week of for Stacke.weekly four lsO nmWsnaper'1 Bradfbr. publi-hcl- County.In i in good growing comlilion. Wql! of po< lwatet (tint Kit;and on interest the 'il day which of A.rf3 the MikJ] 4.D..Jerry!(%M., or John inc..

A merican can a young Eiijjlihmnn who wan IXSTKUtTIOX. const-uti weeks prior : and a that date to the *$Jowing dMMTioed
I surpasu these iii the 2d STR.ViyBE.IiRY real ertat .
gentlemen
:, the credit of the discovery of 1. UNdoing up" the swimming fn Cumberland S ,und la.-t s T ttvoN PEa MONTH:-Primary. $1 50. 1nterm hand anl ds.v f pP mbr.A.D. 18S8L Witu rIy 1'ATCIL to-wit: NEJt less: 65 acres out ol 8E corner Sec
town he must of necessity' I d iaLe, $2.0.) ) seal of wfflce this ('alt on. Address :} 6 S
iLher. 5ta or Tp R
' bed of Im dpy j nftenuiiiii with fifteen otj cr $3 4O. Ir'strunent.j MuEc r>. lsa 'Jay OfJaly. AW. ;; re ?:, wwainiflz 100 aerw: NEK
-. day frntyvlj to Prof. F. G. up vrry early in the inprning and rt-Ute t < struck boys. e:,iio. the of Instrument. $1.00. fW. it MVM8ec Tp S Range E- wa
t iy a vhaik which bit .
tt night. u Inr.'v rRKE TERKnt T.V jff-K of Lot One Se 13 Tr 0
F.KKS. > S
Shell, \\ ho made th$ disi-; >Very i and ARTHUR C. JACK ON. slu-e from bis leg below the knee. C1tII1IIg O .five. .M"nths to County FuPil3Bcenxs Oct. STATE OF FLORIDA Clink Circut C.urt. A. DANIELS, screw; 1 9 screw in SKX of 8 W v and Range in SW 21 corner K-l
Jlco I
Billed the! C.iplain'ri attention to bin ,,1 hi 15 'Vath withiu au hout. Ht Was taken Good*Board BaAn. OnD Cor.ry f starfee. 9rford Co. FloruS.t OfSWMOISW'c2STpGSRarge ZZE E%
.
""* '! j in boat at 3 00 per week I. W. T ir.r.. TpS sRanp221.-1g *)0tFh
a T. a'rrs:
fortune TJir \\ oninn'a Exchange of Kansas C'itv i immediately after the occurrencennd The Principal will take as pay for ,. i' Clerk of the Circuit Court in > :- ofbI. Sc2I-Tp6Rn22k....
three efforts school r acres:
home yeartor more H 1', 1.41,1,1 M |,omc for working were made to stop the flow tf Farm Produce and Stock aM vU expenses -., the of Bradford. Jo certify that NW of SE* andt>E)( ,.f NEX 8ecaTp63
I'rof. '1V- women. |lloml. but bciUedtrom vwy low rates torah Cash in give foregoing is a correct cc py of the Notice.Six jiuige 28 E-. ) act**. SXV
j- Shell is one of the best S.ouik- I is to Cust) f 80.000, and $11.-1 exhaustion be- FACIYLTY-U. advance notccofcomicenceme tofsau original of SW* and WX of
(,: OIo'l 1.a' lradv a j,Ir inedicHl :i>MtMnce was obtained. in the P' YTOO. Principal and teacher titi d c'uuae, now on lilt: Ui the above en weeks after dni e I will i.lf.V of S\VJ.SoeiTTp Srcange ECTet.:
Higher in -
.i T ben Department.. my"mee. apply the Wij tonluininK cia
in bought to Hon. bUQ-lred
it'riss the
;| state hud a valuable put ll'Ihis i-the first Miss ELLEX l)..via Wlti.5 haul Malphuro. and flfty-erm (437
teacU my Judge
ui'un.--TtkMin case known f -rin tha Int auth seal county ofBradlnnl
uide. > a shark 'rmeJint.. IW.rtm. .' dayofJuh.LD. ofoffleethLs5th Courty fllettersofaJiniilhtntionnnthe i,1.r3 more or ls 8. Purchaser to fur Utlit.
nr 31ri. psy
1). 1
;. ;i: attacking a man around I'errtpdin*. t.nt Tzurut.i utd, ; heartier in tie l'rirnarir Liart: < "ALJ l Oelger. late of Brndfonl estate of AlIei rn.pi'rtv pointed out hy i i.-.intiff.
Count-
,
q &n Muv. ALL ietteiwr.. aro Gr.tdwtps: w. T. Wazs. decaJ. 11 zy W. prrnos,

:::: .. c'Icrl Ciicuit Court. June8,15 VASDI L. OEIG.uu. Jli Y A.- I&5. i Shmt i BrdIrd Co., I1a..


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.. prices. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR/PH .. Ehr1ii fn' TLLF.OIU'F-! H IIihw The rol'erMphsei .:,
If opkln Arrested the
again .
,: Perfumery &Toilet Artlclclee. J rulJitd ter mido.fu n-iuwk-; lIt> to Ip.r'a ,
Aordcrol V. J. west. lfvtn .
Truby, Sternburg & Co. _- ; IJrt".it.d fH.t 1hl"li; ,,
) -- kellmu.ii.ob: TELLVtiiQKAJT, ka.su if u
i..: A warrant: was sworn out this : bIetcurnhii .il j:. ... -
'MEA& ; Drugs & Medicines. 26 1889. dol wri.ljieidefoxc-spbrSark! ?sia finiseley ;
few Surke
A Fla.
AMS' baby carriages low at July week before County Judge Malphurs mnitf RIft no. : tpol moat b* ..imrieinterest C'1Irh.. JIll'. ".., :arri s

';: :PTPSCHPU0UB A Specialty. c,;: m .- Truby, Sieruhurg & Co. I jj .' by Mrs. C. J. \Vwit (or the arrest of )* ijeyselbes. In dif '! 1"'J.lIe i-ni ly |Piitieluru fr itornii. now(!isiarrbbe know, ,
t..
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RIVERS & JOINER. 4-) Local affairs. Thos. him with dar is (; ; be big toun bilded on de r
; Oppotdte P. Oftlce. = Ladies' and gouts' rubbers aiS I ID Ilopk'nfl, charging go'qnUer a tntin..t di- \-( requires con& t
-J c S Trubyt'TIIhtJrg & Co. thi' murder of'West. shores d'SiniK; >n ribbe-r an de ky.-us will tre.i'jn"it. Ifati'-. f tnrrh Cure .t)
R. M. ALVAREZ N. JONES I soon lie 411111*dissity. an de owners i intrnltIYat'lllI! : ..Hr.-'Iv on th""i'I" '
; > i'igIlLU.U \Ve are determine! to clear oui FOUND-A bench of kej'!. In- I It will be remembered that Hop u.t ,Ie':* :;;'. l'lo7JS3 to whar tie ity 3ntIncktuldls ,.1 11I1".&. sun ;,-.'t.i he systen4. thc -

Uf U aler ill "CI Ih4Li..I 'e our Rummer rlothing. Come early quire at this office. kins had an examination l last week : a berry gen'ons. H')bul wt on I ". il. nwlnll 'rv' r-itnUtlon 0' tie dl"

l as and the benefit of the reduction. I before Justice Adams, but was dis men ttttTfcj? hub dfc HWJJJ. 1 ant loM'ileydnturliolii '[ (:..*-. ami jrivin i tli. pi>i
Goods & t- get I Pilate has improved considerably : ,'meetin. leyslbe an' bull lin: up rif &-1U.j'ltlon i and awist
charged. The people as well as tilL'bereaved among :
Dry GENERAL'MERCHANDISE u..E ] e I Truby, Sternburg & Co. since he was last heard frotn. widow satisfied tittup d* undmiavd i pUii ter git dc I..un iri'ure in Until ':. \v "I I Ir. The prtpri"tor '
were not : Dey offer to I have: *" m ieb i st1 h1 its dilativepowent
Groceries. .ffl'ARlrE, FLA. --I Raspberry julep, a new cool drink, Counterfeit silver dollars are saidto with the Justice's decision, hence the ebberyoge maul uS OUl.n" ivishio'as puzzlehle to setttl; a lot free 4h''I tliit iS! ..y .tri r One HuldreH \\
I never known in the city before, for olhN for :uv va cunv
in circulation in Lookout re-ir'esiing. Itch one I
IStra".bcrry be town. charge; tojciung or slngcl men. 1 Semi 1 for Ht of lesthh.I"tl.1rf'ol.; .
Fo.rra for sale at Meacham's.Ladies' Tho.Hopkins before aker an' ;.i m-irnd men 2\:' widders. taclif
was brought la
F.J.Cniyt Co. Tolwlo ,
of lour MINER
8AI.E A. block U D I
&CI'I'II facing wetot end or and misses' opera slippers County Judge Malphurs; on Tuesday "ur ftkeiij. All Ii hub Icr do I lf jest kuro t i- ()'il h y all Drti xi it. 73...
400 J. C. Richard Jr. has : dirt drive steai at itch
Call SL Sthrke at your own price ate Mrs. returned and bound jUt pick'outyir a
the
frOlfl depot. New JEWELRY &, SILVERWARE u-i from her visit to htr relativesin was over to next term homier. nto 14t II\\"Dt'r. gif'ur JtJe tOlls. ,: 4.i RlertiwM Vn the rlad.
iretenoing 1Ilde. ,About ptt0 ODe s Trpby, Sternburg & Co. of the circuit co'irt under a 2,000 ed i iaii' t:1"{ go.(l'r \uk. Now. Mr I El- ioib Stimmeriin.-: wel-kuow! plcattle .

dpirfl every brarlD& Orsnge nepaIrI" a spcclo.1t)., OaeldnsBlock.ri ttrees. A remedy for bard times-buy Georgia.( bond, J. C. Rick1rl11111 R. B. Mat- difhe'ii. l >".t u tins dese men is berry i 4IJlc..r ;1\)11 mi-wr. who is I nn nutlioritv .

Dr.luf'd aod ID aDd excelll'nt cuitl- Fl' __ s -c your goods at Mr. G. :I Vautneter the Texas tice fctanding thu bond. WP learn good (jcr jib nil! dLs "Ian crway wren (U-y on mit!rs l..tt.; >iiij t"' U.e- SeninoleImliai.s.

-doo W St thildalL Starke, CoQ JC Trnby Sternberg & Co. man sailed for New York on from the for the | nose hit '...UPt ft .5lK}$ a nkcr iu buti fct\a Ute.rt imlcs will: e\tcl\ *
c pony attorney (pro-ecu- *
s L.Peek Starkt'o Flit, __ L- ga.a Ii I i dnn sick/iuom :. Cut 1 ta isle dU one rLief jii a fe. .bJ I. .tt'PMI the ore
J'u. 1 The finest confection are kept by Tuesday last. tion that new an.l important evidence rt'slDg fuCall db au lUBe ob deli gimp"uy recvuily imtrilertd. 'b'i r mode of electing .

COJ'F1NStJAJiETSi Walter Wills. We are glad to note that Capt. has been discovered, \ hkh will fur (14k pivpSe! i1 h Strk I uud.-rstHti dry is nut denrly known rlt the whIt man

and' ct We be biought out at the proper time. want ell "'1 UHtlll1i.J dar ter pick out del but it seems Ihut. hue l.igce,t fighter and
Metallic Buriat' Cases etc. : t I = will sell clothing cheaper Jones and Maxwell Peck are both Hopkins came to this state from IltU'I\'I1'I l.*kit afo' foxes TUM odder parts most successful hunter thetribe.'bu he
:5 Z ) -
'
than house in the
l
a any county. improving very fast. Illinois dozen and kums in >. gila de lv-6t lot) Now Mr. the defendant of the vUief or I ha commonest
a of any sift price or Bizc. alwa\'s kept Trilby, Sternburg & Co. some years ago EbberytirJT my a te' u and ur people subject. U IIU'llikt"ly to be d.._
UJ.. 0 In stock: bv UJ 500 The Young People's Literary settled on Crosby lake, 2 miles west is to Strike w'ile'de eyer.iu sin rid hot; as the head or the tribe. .lr. Hunjmerllastya

TRUBY, STRRNBURG & CO.IS I Shoes, Shoes, Shoes, at Society will hold an entertainmentat of S'ark(. For"the last thu-u yearshe u otter chus| a ifxuS pluise rile now fur IU.it if their h.tppees t" be i He between >

: = tf N. J. Jones & Co. the Starke Institute on the 16th has been an invalid, and a great npsetliu vb'du TIM.EURUNTS; a lot Jat Is twu candidates for CblcfJ'One re- ,

c P-t I Fresh Confectionery and Fruits at of August. part of the time has been confined offud u ni"w! fu' nutttn. mout k o w. N. meacha a muiit fum ter-tiay. I nose u ia sba'pinurJI. of deciding it i ila hive each
i
r MKACIIAM'S. to hit bed but for several ..monthshe .
I Rev. G. P. Young will preach at ; ter sea de p'liHS. nu I s 141 1 specie candidate place a hive coal of ttrej on his

ffi Notions and Fancy Articles Corn, Oats and Hay by the carload the Smiley school on the third Sun- has been able to be up and ter sea ),:n 1drivit.. ob de steaks at de bare wrist The on who fliachetnr

"ii < at N. J. Jones & Co. tf day in August and the Saturday Fronnd and to walk over his farm konner oh ulot putty sho. grunt first looses hit ,..IHC't.. Sum

E t Fruits& Cmfectlonery. S 0a Belding & Bros. Standard Spool before. and to come to Starke. lIe is a man Use far jlllp olJu.lnx. merlin has known it warrior to .stbmit lu
night hit
this ordeal so well that when the ami.
STARKE, FLA. rL : : about 50 years old. It is feared by
Silk for sale at N. J. Jones & Co. 'fO .WALL xmark l.txxcu. went out he ami *. alive
p c. Our Paris letter this week is coolly stooped! pu
gen his friends that he will live
not to
Opposite Post Oflke. rI i v 0 in its
Lie. J 30 City Lots for sale cheap one place. lust must have Keen old
uine. It direct from the
comes exposition Samsou Juli 18' 9.
come to his tnal.COUNTERFEIT. biiy, 25th.
I e 1Iluckcetlutenug. wh. died some
Starke Stables Centrally located. Apply' to N. J. at Paris and should be read P. S.-aina ritin de abuv. dese goo-l years ago. He was the chief wh. when
Livery
'I _4 Jones, Starke, Fla. by all. More letters of the same COINS. men 1mb liilt an udder kuuvinsion nnI It sewing machine broughtlotobU

-x c .:: 0 The finest line of Dress will furrrthl u de putticklns us soon I'klekltrc kickt'1 out his
.- Goods J nature will follow. Cart WbeeJ not uiado by Uucle Sam. enmp. quaw. declaring
: cJ lV. ANDUR\YS Prop. Ef fine midst.iXv.s ute
J. irl' u
had no further for be hsdm.thln.aC
use tier an nov
: and Silk Ribbons at On Tuesday evening Walter Wills! dis- .
.: = h >
.. Gladstone and hone-rule the spclhn hh's twkuae 18 just wi Il ei } that I .(I.. all
= woui
.
e : 1IJ are c.ivered in his drawer counter eit : MiFewius.unt :
a
tf N. .J. Jones & Co. money S. L.
: 0 Irishman's The American calls mumpi. didn't hare II) he fed or (Ololh..d.U .-
c: ; Carriage horses to hire day or night. 'E pets. silver dollar. lIe immediately set about I Ir .
-- 0 r.n "W'Q There is no town in the State that for tT.intcr's magic chicken cholera to investigate where it ciiine from aud Tim. Kariuet*. l'r. .clIon. I II ;tto.l" Rmrpsurti.r.the

t c I am f'atlv to do hauling on short -. r. sells goods any lower than Starke, cure. Sold "no cure no pay" by finnlly got a goad dollar biiCK fnun the"paMy r The VloiJ'la! "'Itrm 'rs. Alliance> long I _-.
,
J- .c and no firm in Starke offer betterstock who l'\f St'd it upon him. The next 1 I I Women Praise B. U. B.
be ; a Rivers & Joiner.A ns it. is proj rly mJul ed."ill be of prent
:5 1 noticl' My t11J'l1ont can not cx- evening however lie found two more of The suffering ,"mtn"t'rtotinty awaken*thsjmpftthjrof
tlie
lower than and f.irmcrs of
5 t>r prices! bc-nefll to fruit g'crJ .
.) d g. celled in thc tate, my prices arc the Truby, Sternberg & Co. little pear tree in Mr. W. II. the shiny counterfeits snugly stored awuy this state. The plan under; which till organization every true t h.lantbr..pisr. Their
.E < in the bottom of his cash box. This time is t'xctihnlllnr.and bent tli nd however. B. B. R Botanic BlooaHalm
!It
gPa Rivers' has been op-r.1ie'l an.
.j low6l1t. My sale stable alway conc j Everything that can be found in yard propped up he came to the conclusion th.it the im.ller working under time rules the nieintiers! ). Sed to Uoo.l: B-din Co., Att&n. 0..
on all bides to keep its slender should be investigated which he *>traight- for proofs.
tzJ a first-class Dry Goods Store call be will be grt"WY[ beuctitlcd handling" the r
: i tains a lot of first lass bargains for .J found at N. J. Jones & Co. tt branches from breaking under their way set himself to do. By hard work and crops. i!! H.L, Cas-ldy. enneiuw. UA writes: Three
: c- r.tJ great loads of fruit. a loss of time the three 'tmd pieces" were The KvcLnnge is the most imp rl-uit bottles of B. B n. cured my wife of scrofuU.Mn. .

:5 g.- the buyer. Give m a can. < Ladies' Fine Shoes, the cheapest traced to one Watsin Jones (col ). ll was feature of the All ance. but it mint l>rconductccJ R. M. Lawg.Zalaba. "30.. writoi: Ibav

in the market! at N. J. Jones n ;i;U ner r used anjtntng equ.U to B. B. D.

Hay, Corn, Oats Heiberger & Richard merchants will find it -Why is Florida a pen-in-sula? burg & Co., )had received one counterfeit business men. The exchange in a swim ne. C. H. day, Rocky Mount. N.C,writes:
Country totheir
dollar frotn the .
7 acher-'CaF it's am.- party will have thousand dollars' worth of Not a d3Y for IS years was I free from headache.B. .
and Flour at E :4 S interest to buy their spring penned in. Sup : Jones upon being questioned ndmitU'd iruoy B.
-Doalers in- < erintl'udellt-What is it in fruit and vegetables U> handle a* well a* B.entirely relieved m stock from & Co. penned that he had five counterfeit dullaia. but .
g ; 0 Truby, Sternberg I I other products. pel'1iOD.Jame
STAPLE & G1JGEB1ES by? Teacher! -The frost line. wuuld not tell where he obtained them. i is rstatliih W. Lancaster.
N. J. JONES. FAI\ s I Z Mosquito Canopies anti Hammocks i The matter WitS repotted to Mayor Wit The timiii.of the Exchange in Haw&InsvUlr.Qeorxia]
rn warehouses iu My wife was la bad health for
a city couvcn- eight Fins
I' large '&
at & Co. On Monday ni<*ht the prisonersin kovski. What will become remainsyet
of il
I IF. Truby Sternburg
,
r rail and doctors and
j ient for waterto medlcLMM
Fla. rapJ-1 shipping by many patrol had dona
Starke HAY & GRAIN. the three in number
Lemonade, Soda Water, Ginger I county jaIl, to be seen. all points. Fruits vegetable! cotton. her no good. Six bottle .>r n.a B.cured her.,

:H0LLWGsW0RTH !i _z ; Pop, ice-cold at .Mcaubam's, at all shuffled off the feeble bonds that JAIL DELIVERY. etc.. "II hr.? shipped by the grower and Mi-88.TomHa'on Atlanta. Oa., &): For''
c.. held them and skup. They had farmer direct to the Exchange.: The llx- years I suffered wi.h rbeuraatlam. caaed by

fonts Shoes Fruit .Tars. Wooden, Willow, 'XJ times. otaid just long enough to get fat. Sheriff Eppernou'M Empty.Boardlnglion e I. cbange ot1;:ers will watch the market, I kidney trouble and ludlKo,iion. I also wa fae-

> inst.-uct thetr ntttroni when to ship and bIt! nod nervous. R. B. B. ivlieTo
me at one*.
and Tijiware.Jnato Car load of Flour arrived
0 just Again Bradford county's $2.000 brick
With the aid of a fine tluir cu-.loniv.'r3 when to buy although several othe-meUIcIn had failed.
e N. J. Jones' cash very magnifying jail has been disgrace to the Rev.J.M. RieUrdaoi ',
CldrUton. Afk.
8 j2 cheap store. 8 county. The Exchange will of benefit tumemhl.r't ,writes:
Orler. W'e P. Plant'8 eel elm microbes prove
to handltf GO. ) ;. I glass you can see I Three colored prisoners who were confined My wife suffered twelve years with rheumatism

ted SWEET nOME JnJoun.Jtl"palrlug < Spring Goods at N. J. Jones in the insect which causes cholera, and there for trifling offences (-r.-iped 011 thtiu onv. Ii'in the the Alliance fir-t. pi tee in they more can ways feel ansi church emale hud been cotnpl.lnt.cured by A B.lady B. B.nienber Sliupei-aus.i-oem,

Dl'atly done.Chace & Sanborn's Coffees No Better Time an endless variety. 8Beautiful with Ganter's magic chicken cholera Monday night by cutting a hole through satisfiedthat; they will receive full! market ed my wife to try It. who now gays there Is noth.
ing Luke B. B. B.. It
the brick wall with common hatchet aa quickly gave her relief. '
the microbe is in- for Ihdfruils and l
than ntv hiJ cure destroyed price vtgetuhshelesi a
T J. LangIa8 1 Crackers, line of Ladies' Parasolsand under one of the jail windows. thrf I I to
.J. SUBSCRIBE Rivers & Joiner. small (.i5eou.t to cover running expeitses -
stantly. Sheriff Kppctsou I that he drove the Weight and Yield of EaJ.. .'-
J JI M H en d arson, lrmol1f & Co's :Ue\ts. fllr the Sun Umbrellas it sass of tliEclj nge.. Tlw Exchange The
prisoners into their cells in the evening as following statement ot the
TELEGRArn"c Mr. O. C. Knox, of Highland ulsii exp.ctso till ail orders of inemhtrs weight
| Truby, Sternbmg and Cu.LadieR' usual and told one of them to hICk the of the Alliur--e business lhrou..li time '. anti yield of e;g* of the different proufln- t
\\ live recentv al1ded to stock Only $1.0 8 'ear paid us one of his i periodical pleasant doing breeds of
our doors of the cells and then he locked up cut fowls are from an exhaustiveUiiulnr
h sueh Is
1 air or 50 ('Is SIX mOlllhs Slippers, Newport and visits Tuesday. He paintg the the last The next Exchange. \' things 1k.prov isions statement who 1 is
P a I large Bqldwi'lilry( refrigrator in advlln. prisoner. morning dry goods f .rm implements etc. These by one considered
HOTOGRAPHER.a. anti WIll keep LI1tter allli cJ'cse 111 Oxford Ties at Highland peoples piospects in bright however the three cells were unlocked things time ftIxrhaugtill I llrl1llh lit II standard authority on poultry statistics

order, C_ |II.Truby[ Sternber and Co. colors and n-ports a large acreage to the doors open and a hole cut through the little !. n \vholi<.de price anti at a : S
good
I wall reminder of what had occurred. n:1ch: : Lizhl Bnlinrnand
as I Partridge Cochin,
than Hint
i I be planted in strawberries be fora figure rti\\ir chirked by
Appe! Cider and Summer Dress Goods in endless I the end of fall. No traces of the. prisoners have been discovered. the coin'ry r. erch- nt. 7 eaij flu_ the pound; they lay 80 to 100 p.r ..
NOTICETO Mill MEN I next niiniiai. or even
es variety at Tinby, Sternbuigand Co. The FI1.tlJl'fl1iltnCI'; and iu auxinary. : more according to tn.Jy.. .'
= \Vnit the soft murmur of breeze Our County Hoard of Health.Gov. the Exc hIHt: .-. will uo dnubt put in the I I I merit and keeping. '.. '\.K:
n3Sp b any julep tllantea.-In Cl\ch re1iibe Ji11 lat ? Dark Brihrnab. 8 to the p county Egyptian Lace and Swiss Embroidery from the Delectable mountain-? No. Fleming 1ms appointed us a Board farmers. pocket many a JolJir: whici! I about 70 per annum.BInck. .
tn handle and take orders for :
)111'1 : otherwise *v iild have gone t-) Sflml' Unreliable -
Flouncings atTrilbySternhurgant1 Was it zephyrs playing bo-pe(p of Health for Bradford county.! Capt. T.J. houseNe I While and Buff Cochin, XW.
Mill! '"'o. Burrm of Lawlev Dr. : ). Xe- some coniinjssion. w the pound 100 or legs "
The "Ou2ke-r City" Grinding between the strings of an jeolian anil I I per annum. ,1 ,,.
of Lake Butler Dr. TaUPowill nfStuikr.
IL Plymouth R'cks, 8 to the
MEAC1IAMS'beSL- mill fir grindil- Corn Rlllt enJ -. Mixed Table Nutt' M h.\IHUll'S. harp? Seems like we've heard that ; The gfiitlcrucn have met and Iii4''an" Terrorized.EISMVUCK. per annum.Jloudnns.. pound,... 4.._;. .

J CECKERT Cohs Bones, Oyster Shells) S .. E Parasols from 23c. 5 dollars noise before. Yl11, o sountW It is organized by eliding I'apt. Rurrin Pies- .. DAK.. July 19.-A wild, 8 lo the pound 130 ; \ .e-
111111 CnUnu Seed. .' = to at that Fame old handorgan.SuperiimtendentIoumul. iilent mid D'r Powell Secretary. It ihopcu i- teirori7.it r/1 .; Truby, Sternburg and Co. thai this boardill find little St.indim Il Agenc> ye-ferd nftrr .
It ,'ill nlslI grind ME.tttii11 LIOMINY. very > Hlidc: Spanish, 7 to the pound. 15t ,0 -
Florida}: business to attend,tc. but \\whattv they noon when 'eiritic Ihunderstorm WItS tit .r.allnum
City Bakery and For fllrthl'r pal IICUI1IIS 1II.y to ..sJOSI s s; e t e $ e 'Teacher Florida is bounded on the do will be !promptly it-ported through its height 1.. hll1ill; was l amn!nl nit.fctiikinsj J.mil\iquet. 9 (o> time pmind. ISO t- .2 ..

pn TnOMAS, Saved by buying goods at I north by the frost line' on the south the.-e columns. I intmiUT.ibh-: spots near I.,. urnl .11I II UIII. -.._ ..'w;

State Agent, I Truby, St ein burg and Co. the Indians nhl1 en tu.iise. howhuasui G imetowU.. 9 to tinpotinil.. 13J *;ra'Ijeglmrui. "
l by the Everjr'ades, on the east by Our ''lae:8zluC' a and a ye r. ;
in :
Confectionery. Stal'l c, Uradlofl Co., PIa. Z I whooping ject fright superstition 9 ti, the IKHIIII]. 150 to 2 J| '*V
Mr. Flasrler and} on the west by-by Widis Awake for August is on hand to llu-shelterill; their "i \"IOt last .r'
I
rOU.WlI.llt: II 1V 1.1y _ U Job lot of Hosiery at the Plant Line Rti-amers and the bright and newsy. This is a handsome! blinding I ll.isfc "f hiItI,! rid- ii accmnpttuicd per II.&llItJur a.mum. 9 talhcf ,I l .
|\I| Truby Sternburg and Co.T..aIIie8' oii-i 173 per year.'
State Board Health. little I ninguiinu and should be in Ihe home by a deafetrrig tl.ip of Ihll1Jd r. came .
ot B.till.IIIJIt. lit in the
JOB WOP'I, \ 4,1- hll., in the 2.1I( jx.und. 6U n y"r.
1. Teeth ( = 7. ': every ly stateOnly $ from the heavt-fn-i and Hetu.iily tilniok the 5 '
pf any kind. remember fillt..l 8DJ Jre. ) S A Sun Hats at 7'hr right of way for the ]Macon per 't'ilr. I). f.olhrop t'o, Boston.Litc esirlh. The SU''lni"' :; truck"a wigwuiii n annum.Tiirki-ya. to the pound. 30 to 60 per '. ,

TIlE TELEGRA.PH. out II e r de v c d lit with.r ut U1t. .: CI 8. I Truby, Sternburg and Co. : railroad: is cut out entirely through : Men and Women is a perfect gem. I few rciN iKV--riliL-ajrenoy in whicli weie Ducks 5 to 6 tc the pound. 30 to tOvcfiannum. .'.1J- -"
cs I This month the children cannot fail to be huddled terrorized Imlian, instantly ,
tJon of norves. 41 this and the all done I .
i Old for sale at this county, grading and Black Ea 11. and I.
White horse
newspapers pleased with its 'bright stories and preitypictuies. killing !
i J I Oeesc. 4 to the pound.) 20
Our
workftrat-cllUllI. Palatka. Iron per nnotirn.-
our Abcessedchrges office 25ct a hundred. from Hampton to D. Co. stunning so tiint bu will IM! re-
reasonable. I $1.00 a year. Lothrop aujitlier Guinea" fowl. 11 lo the 60
Teeth < L&.I 4rarRoNizL will be laid next week. It looks like Boston. cover. The V-ier two weru unconi--inu* ,. pound per

TOUR HOME uccessfuilyP.PiIl. cC ". 0 Perfurats, Florida Water ar4 this intended to have the foj many ln>ir. and wi-ie restufcil ufu-r I annum.TIw -
of "
treate4.PIVOT < Ie0 company Babyland. for the babies i is looked for- eggs the modem Improved brcedst'
L TIETU adjusted in an nrtslic! "L& !c Cologne at MeachamV railroad completed by next fall. ward to by all the little ones as a bright I hard labor bv-fiien.N. of fowls hive gained onc-thmr In eight,

CuffIns, Caskets RII el'vloeable manner. v'c:2"i-J t toO ; Rpot in their little lives. The August : The Live CV.k; B.inncr thi'lk:4llul i when \8 lo-npan-u: wiitli eggs formerly hit!. t
Prunes, Raisins, Fig, Apples, Mr. D. F. McDonnell has secureda
t -.lJ number is a very fine one. 50 cents a the Georgia 'clhern11111 Florida railroad

& UndcrtalOOrl WM U BEllRTI: -- U. .t Oran eF, Lemons, at Meacham's. patent on his orange: wrapping D. Lothrop ('i'., Boston.There lcar'l reaches Lake iJutler. which will doubtless A Lovely CoiuplexloaN

,1Y1. .1o : machine. This makes several pat. be by Dewoiber 1' I next that viihl I'. omeihing desired! by every laity in the'
in store is will be in tIle
no preacliiiij
department our
Goods for sale at C 0 Every ents that McDonnell has received. I now remom from tmneJYorttliL'n; in 1111 htii.tThe easiest Wiy tii vet that beautiful -
DEP4TSTSPRUCEST.STARKr., -) full to overflowing with new goods lie is a real genius and will Presbyterian church till further rural districl.f\'ii! bonn I- ,h" b4l.lmiligrown color tu the skin "is first to make the
lower than yet notice. Mr. lattice has been suddenly of Ea." J.'J.ritl.11111 t'npl.iin II. F. blood The
S. J. .JONES. : at prices ever. J1t1r Impurities must be removed _
An the most approved styles PLATE make his fortune-if he has not already .
York's infanifpatrry imliiMry will l* iln- tl. ml minis r.itloil
by of
Wonl\. ineludiuK PORK' PARA GUM." a:6a oS TruLy, Stcruburg & Co. called North by Tehgram.bund : somu
J.R ALV4REZ Broken and cracked PLAns mendect 0 ; Q done so with his previous in- a v School as usual. mammoth bOIaJ.zlOr\ tl.nl portion: of tinstate. I remeilt.tl. 4irc\t which cout-tins tho moat

strong anti smooth as when first made NOTICE. Latest styles in ladies Summer ventions. th .rough alterativi* prop< Ttic combined '

IEALER.Ct with those inureiliiMim whu-h tend not
Hats at N. J. Jones. 8 A of broom raised Faithful uulil Death.READ1NO .
The Fanners' Alliance Exchangehave sample corn by oiilv to reni'.ve imMirit.eH| of the blood! ,

Fresh Meats I Teeth Extracted Danger without, Pain or Wo have just rc- Allover embroideries at secured enough jute baggingat Mr. G. 15. Campbell, one of our best I'A,. July i9. A paper pul. but alSo) to hiiiM up mini! invicontte this -
all farmers exhibition this week lishetl iienr the falls of French cuck. nyiteni. $uch" remedy is \\>slmorc-
a low price to supply members was on m
Wholesale and Terlil\ CASH. a big stock of Tiuby, Sternburg & Co. & Co.'s twenty miles, below hrr.. prints a very land's ('ali :l\'. Tonic Which not only
of the Alliance in the state. 'oton at Truby, Stcnibutg stoic. exlrnordin story V hicii: llu editor
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thoroughly cuu.sthe MINI.I but also In-
.
Retail. For Sale. Thc celeb'rated; T. II. B. cigar at bagging will only l be used thi- year It was an excellent sample, and Mr.[ vouches for V-ditoriully true 'in eVer vigorate. the -y. tein niid leaves the patient k

suI3cRhI3F .500,000 Ncwnan Seedling Strawberry STATIONERY TruLy, Sternhurg & Co. on short staple cotton. For further Campbellas offered 5 cents per detai!. Frenc creek is ;\ wild rocky spot III.' thoroughly improved ansl healthy :
for bin He will where hundrt'.t l.- of tons of granite hloekx condition. I Ihe i is ,
particularsiite to the Exchange at pound crop. get price within the reach ,.
I Plants for 831e. Strong which W6 proposo Tonmto Catsup and Worcester for street paving are III Ill! lakl'II'nlll' time of all. 50 and
dollars cents $1 :1 bottle and is mid
:
100
Jack ol1\"i1Ie. I from 50 to acre at
Bnd I .
gtltl\lIlhe plalltt', wiH be ready about tho midNFV.S per immense husli.ers suit .hippiil l 'lo dist nf
sauce in biilk at lV lter'ills.. tijIhVltlU & JoCCEK.LIPI'MAN .
die of J.llly. Apply to trint ftt a verp low Now while watermelon rinds this rate and that ready cash too, cities. The *:.:urk.Me story! is (Ids: BUO.i.! Wholesale Awnt., ,'' 4 7

I G.: W. Jennings, A word to the wise ia enough- are ,. at this dull season of the year. The qunrry rjj-n came upon :* rnvriuwhich } PRICE strewn in great plenty o\ er the backyards --- was p<>'t,VI. u human skelet.tn.; Tlw

One Dollar will pay or. F. R.lUorgau LAWTEY., STAItEE FLORIDA: FLA. buy your goods at I the town cows turn up their Mr.1 ll'r, besides many other mouldy cloil' -i,3 indicule.l I hut tin skeleton IV TOUR BACKACHX3
Jul 5tf Truby, Sternburg & Co. the Tare the natural curiosities, has now one was thai cf (7ominentnl jIIuldur.l I Or you are all worn out,really good tat nothinc
at homely \isiting
(or 52 numbers. Don't you forget it. noses The found an old glass Wile near I It is general debUity.BRON'3IftON131T1'. Try
his tired added that eclipses the rest. It is a men I .
TFhen in the farmer throws to mule.
you want anything pkflct'in v.hichvns handed In ,\1
thc r.
: It will cure you. and eiv. a good appetite. Bold
Hardware line go to And the razorback? Well, he i is said : a little snake, about eight inches \V.\\ Poits He opened the l ltte! and by all dealers in yn V ny,

ANTS OF | Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. not to eat eve a watermelon rind I !long and of a specie never before found a well-preserveil muiujcripi. ar l ;

before he has plugged it first. seen in thfse"parts.. The under side the article signed by Mr. Potts is'pnMUhed Many Persons 11

Baby carriages at i is of a bright orange color, and a by the edUor ai strictly true FMIII Are cares broken down from overwork orbBrown's o-tbol\
Iron Bitters
TRUBY STERNBURG AND CO The county jail, though originally the manuscript found in the !hoUle. it appears
Truby, Stern burg it Co. band of the same color encircles its that the writer was n tnoTther of rebuilds the tyitem,aids dl Mtion.ramoTM ex-
intened for a house of correction, ha, nt'l k. The rest of the body is of I Gen. Washington's army t"1.carop'.1| nt ceu of bile ami cures m&UriJU Gd' the geaut
;
Furniture at reduced prices at it turned out eleenios-
so seems, an '
the same peculiar hue as the ground Valley Forge about 20 nues! fioi.i French
Truby, Stern burg & Co. ynaiy institution. The prisoners rattler's. The shape of the body is creek; that the soldier *nd tx-ei sent out

-.- % Great reduction in prices of summer get there half starved, then they striking, for instead of having the to forage with half and d"Z-n cimxeti.; othen--After Th-y they CLOSING OUT -
feed on streaked meat, hominy and were discovert
form of
ether
dress goods at common Lip-lash separated thi* one soldier crawl nl iato a
Truby, Sternbuig & Co. 'later pone till they are strong enough snakes, with a regular tapering off, cave nearly covered by nn overhanging

They want to sell you yonr Groceries, Provisions, Flour, to endure a long tramp, when it hat a series of indentation! givingit rock. A viotent storm are A fti[ ] of : ..

Truby, Sternburg & Co. aro making they take French leave. Happy an outline somewhat like a string lightniug struck he ovtrli.inging: rock and My entire Stock,of ;

Corn Oats, Hay and Bran. a very attractive shew wm ow. Bradford! No jail, no gallows. of sausages. The under side i is quite it fell and c'ostd: the opening n.ikir.; a .
prisoner of the s-'Idler. ll t lj'rctuu.I, hut Summer Goods
They want to sell ;you your'Dry Goods and Notions. Go and see it. The "intelligent compositor" has flat, if not concave. no one heard. tie theIIyfl''. th. Itttir.Mi ,

A full and complete stock of gar- been at his old tricks fljtain, this DIED, y 17. 171&, nl't-slin.r! his undjing'Va love I I preparatory to taking inventory ;
for his Bweelhctit in Richmond aims!
They want to sell you your Clothing aud Furnishing Goods. den seeds from the most reliable time in the Macclenny Sentinel office. .
At about 1 :30 p. in. on Thursday giving an nccmnl &f his itrange and in Fall Stock .
seed hou!e in the United States, at l;y forgetting to separate two paragraphs of after brief illness mettU He di--l of starvntion. unprison-I I putting a ..

They want to sell you your Hats and Caps.] J. G. Alvarez. with a dash, he mad his in- the 25 July a The letter'Aas addres-vil tit I I

noceut boss say hard things about Miss Laura Andrews died at her Randolph. Richmond and was signed During the next Thirty Days. .

They want to sell you your Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. Strawberry growers will please the editor of the SumterviUe Time home in this city. MHS Laura wasa Arthur L. Car'in'.ton.
take notice that several car loads of Mr. Potts' .article goes on to say tint a I will offer my.entire Stock of .
Ii They want to sell You Your The htter gentleman raised a par- voting lady just blooming into correspondence was started with Virginia
Hardware Wando fertilizers kept constantly -
Tools are
and Building Summer Goods CHEAPER than
hurricane about the alleged is people and :lit was finally :learned that aMiss ;7
womanhood her death
sadly
Material. on hand by J. G. Alvarez insult; but a graceful exolanation by Virginr.; Randolph died in 1780. BEFORE. ;
mournvd by the whole population grieving for I Let! eii.8io 1 has all
the Sentinel
man set matters
"They want to sell you your Wagons, Buggies, Agricultural Im- Buy .your frettb garden seen at of Starke. Miss Laura was sick but thai on her nibirtone' u inscribed: -. .
'J. G. Alvarez. right again-soo sUl'Jn l'. Died of a broken heart on the fire of rBAROATNS3 : ; .

plemcnts. Seeds and Fertilizers. a few days and hardly had her March. 1780. "Vincinu Randolph. aged -1
They Buy your corn, oats and hay at The folks! about Temple's mill apparently 9 days.Fnithful until death. can certainly satisfy himself ;
want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and Whips, in in the friends learned of her illness before years .
J. '. Alvarez. believe maxim, "le- -
sales :
fact they want to 8113'011 everything you may need. Give them ben, un'd I lehen 'lassen," whii-h is latin the sad news ot her death i is recorded. iSold: Oat.Mr. during our extra special .

a trial, and yOU will be convinced that they will save you money Car load of new flour just arrived for "Ii\ t', ami l let live." L-i-l week : The bl"rea'l.1family have the II. P.AumlttheNews.Trimble i i has add M his Trim iultrcst We' days. Come and see.us, w.heth.j

on evcrJthmg You buy cud at thc same time guarantee the G. Alvarez. Mr. James White presented with I in the St. r. bill
quality at.J.
sympathy of the people. beeS for tntr season want to buy a of .
and quantity of Goods a hat-full uf his famous Kelsey health has t>pooly paL er you t

rely on butter that he ',?fUIII' it mri-viary io will not. We will '
Ycu can always plum To the TELEGRAPH force, B. y City will have a match factory in goods or offer .,

being good bought at who had seen nothing bigger in the I operation in two weeks and itistxp.-cted what he wiil At now \vu Starke.cannot. say but 4 BARGAIN in something.
I he retnri a :
wip
J. G. Alvarez. plum line of late than the \\ ater ; 100 boxes of matches will be made and suppose you 1

TRUBY STERNBURO & COMPANY Oak hog plum, these Kelsey lookedas I I boxed up ctery second" it-is in Gperrtion.I Mr. F. Carpenter of Kingsley bad Look out for Hand Bills! .1'.1'I
and shoulders "
Sugar cured hams large watermIons, and were am like a tree he observed as the his horse badly hooked one day this week <

at J. G. Alvarez. hugely from the devil down clock struck eleven. "I am rooted to your Mr. Carpenter has repaired the anim'il. it .
enj.lyet .
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side "Yes. but you nevt 1..11. do !
STARKE Car load of lime. Give me a call to the editor. "Jim"' siys; moro are you?" And then he put forth,"-Har- is thought that he will yet make a goo.I 'i I j. G. ALVAREZ.

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will cure dyspepsia, & %
tj1-"'11 = j i 1J the bon-flres.- voice of sighs she said to himT_ ::: little pounded ice laid on the malaria, rheumatism and all .wee d WiNB Wir Rop98otvai

__ 51W.L :1 J So soon was this pure brow these They do not wish us to marry. lam back of the neck will allay nausea. eases. because Its wonderful It purifies curative the blood 1 \'

'z I 2 ;: Innocent eyes this childish mouth to poor he is well off. and hia.:mother -In washing and hulling them muchof be imply inninic at the foundation, aDd by ,build- S"'t"" -. ;

.:..:' :- j' be profaned by the caresses of some does not want me for a daughter-in- the flavor which distinguishes inK l up the system drives out all de I
piquant
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: '" Zf :: : Q'.'f. L.... stupid rustic! Maurice experienced a law; she even talks of disinheritinghim. For the peculiar troubles t
.t ? ? -& ; ,I i...T the strawberries may be lost, a subject it is ivable. It is the only \
vag-ie feeling of jealousy. of not color the 4
it *2ia jslnz* if they are not carefully handled.In preparation
r : : :! ii r Would you like ,to have me for "And you you do not wish to be dis t teeux: or cue headache .
J number. Its _
for -
&* 'IFV&S'S-SS- making omelet a -
7 lover ho returned Maurice said ironicallyto
your asked as Inherited .
'Wflfi.gvai.. 1 4 fr64attoTh I better to prepare several small ones Te Author o"AmerleL"r. t. '
: to his work. the young man. Samuel Francis Smith D. D., the &
i3aJ $ ; the unless it is a f .O-
\ : f f rather than one largo .I flIualWrAri a.
uUiY l' OJ You? Ah! you are a gentleman, I "Why one must live!" Incarnation ot his famous fill mid A. WIRP PDCE ,
1Jc baked omelet which is good if hJ a.ad VltaOlty qnldtly ivoii to e.'r '" ,' won; -
;; 7 am a peasant. Honest girls do not "That is true. I am sorry for you very after and body at eight yea a I healthy a p V. body br flood's a sapU.TAt tir Nob..Oatarto-_ .U, CJD
4 Like an e served and eaten immediately the 11 ) 'tis of thee. t. f
; listen to gentlemen. my children. cut entirely purdl

'.,. ;;jThrongh In the wan.cb the"sunny. '. < rn land Such is the code of virtue among They'departed. Maurice, when left cooking. make The inspiring inspiration of confidence of his fa the Strong1 meaue and S feollnffU hrlcb dand Tltlze onrmc the stomach restored.II Try tone HoodJanapaMllanow '. BY ITQff TASTELESS 8THUP OF QDlllft 2 a

a ,
*.. I :;.Blasted now on eTery" 'Knd villagers. The young man made no to himself took his head between his -Before going ahppping an his looks like "America tMnalbencd appte m or

'Vj' the fever' scorching breath* reply to her words but said: hands and thought for a long limn. estimate of what you need note where Bng.ae M. Smit Amerc The spirit of al FOR LCrl SBU QI 2
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Dooming multitudes to death.
"I can see no longer. Will you return His ideal was destroyed. In this you are going and just how much you each ifl gentle but and commanding -' CURED OF SICK LTO.'I ST UP OF (m li fc. a. t s

Quarantined on every side here to-morrow a little earlier?" young peasant woman. still handsome can afford to spend. Salesmen like to respect It beam the venerabtaface HEDACHE. ,
Was Macclenny where had died and lights the is w.D. iii"-TouI BABYBTTEBQUIIH.E.HSft
wait who "knows just eye M. Smit .
on a woman .
: Many A doctor many a nurse, i "For my picture? but about to develop into a commonplace man of stature, a stoopedwith "I have reas 4-
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11. u
k. Till It seemed as if a curse "Yes." matron. naught remained of his what she wants and if there are any ordna score years, but nimble on his Co.ttvene and Nick lieiBTutt's d-.e .
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a baTe trtea many m I' b LDrs STUP
f a'Q
Dark' M the Almighty's frown- "I will return. Good evening." pretty model with the yellow hair. bargains going she usually gets them. feet a a man of sixty. He I fulbed .- ill

:.Betted on the little town ., She took up her fagots, and passing: "Thus it is with our dreams." he -To free the head from scales procure bat not stout Ills face is a -

,. ,//Not' an engine slacked: its speed under the arching chestnuts soon dis- said, as he arose. "All that remainsis from a druggist an ounce ot carbonate short fringe of white beard under his chin Pills COTTON GINS --
To relieve the awful need and a crown of nearly snow-white hair on
appeared in the shades of the evening. the opportunity of :ioing a little of potassa, and take as much oft uitg-sg .
For the order stern was given his His skin is of that healthy, .Ptx: :+'Y '
ben .
fbat the Iron horse be driven Maurice returned home dreaming of g ood" i as will lie on a shilling in the palmof transparent pink peculiar to age and in revolutions roC. Feedrr.per. Condensers no'

t his very swifttst pace the girl with the yellow hair. lie wrote to Paris that tAme even. tho hand, wash into a froth with a fancy. His mout J large and lips full 1 "JKS t OhnlnWl1lachln. .Gin. rpal an,.
reIl.f. J5LLRG1N lop
'. through j .the lever-stricken place. Although ho had' often before seen ing, and a few days afterward ho pre- ,. little water and rub into the roots of' nose strong ad staght eyebrows heavy, to flad the that oiv ODe eae that pIll. me....er than em and h'rlsuntl condensers.. are lu.alaable ot t

*. lut there came an evening! whea pretty peasants. whom .he had regards himself at the house of tho the hair. Repeat every morning as' and eyes bright ad made I exretoD threa of any other"kind and d.es UTeoatod. not a bottom Gin,wrt pIir.ieFJ.p a.for eirei"r.you a:$%tnktn will 5.11 putting you aU
long the were men The hymn that has faou wa weaken or .' .J.51.szrru. Prop..
passengers Ee.UY. r :rgArr GIN CO.
c' _hut IL
ed with an artist's he seemed to long as required.The ( .
eye. young woman."I .IL T.N.UI.
"Hearing on their breast the lip the Idle inspiration of a youthful rhymster. i .. se 1c4 Poplar Str.e.)1BP I8 .
_I. :' Ota. ministry Divine look on his girl with the jealous eyes have sold your portrait" ho saido following recipe for the cementing Chicago News SOLD EVERYWHEREOnce pans o 1 ,

Jut. a hinple cross, blood red. of a lover. That night and<< the ned t her in the presence of her astonished of wood and glass is said to Murray l
:; Ona fair white surface spread; The Ilostetter Stomach Bitter People 4 Set low York JONESPAVSTHEQEICWT-
day seemed long to him and some time mother. "It has brought a large have the advantage over many others i Score Another Point

; Emblem that they knew no fear. before the appointed hour he was in price, indeed a little fortune. I have in that it does not injure the most In the United States Circuit Court for the GOLD MEDAL, PAilS5 1878. lIE .

Counted Retdy were not for their sacrifice own lives dear, the glade. rought the money to you in order brightly-polished hard woods: Mix together Southern District of New York,.Judge Ship '43 w. & CO.'S 3 T.Vnl... ..

Ho worked himself and hat well.. man handed down an opinion few BAR 4 Iron Lar$.Stl 1
Coping in whatever guideline by when a you may marry your lover.- some finely pulverized,
yrver,1ee5etic.arl DJ t
) pestilence or flood, little later. the young girl arrived at From the French of Henry Greville in dried zinc-white with clear copal varnish ago in the suit of the owners Stomach of the Bittersagainst trademarks Bro.k1llst Cocoa .
OJother! ill allowed of God.WVmen covering
the sketch, she exclaimed with an air he Epoch. in such quantities as to produce a I Arnold Hotttr's Cornell Theller, tent FortpU '
J
BINGHAMTON I
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.
'c too the symbol wear; of and half this Ii absolutely and JONES OF
coquetry surprise: liquid preparation; spread i tho compounders located on Vesey street, I pure
N.
.., nIts dare MADE OF PAPIER MACHE. I it it soluble. '.leIU.
.." A*to name have t.beyboldJJ the flying train "Ah it is I! Are you going to give I over the parts to be- cemented, and it New York City, in which it w decided ." '.n..'DI1UnAMTOY

Suofcened, while into the rain it to me?" i I n Its flaw State and Manufactured will be found that they will be joined that,although the defendants made use of Iti No Chemicals -.-.-- :.SI-- --

; Lenpthey, one by one, till ten- "No, I will make a small picture for Forms a la 'apanelle-Where Ilade.I firmly together. their own names on the labels affixed to the I ,n uw in lu prep.*f tofl.! 1 h mJ .

: p Women seven and three brave men- I Of mache the most familiar bottles containing bitters prepared by them, _.'A.tip. Lid -I0 : $ $2, $ U
Stand upon the swampy ground, you. paper Varnish made with alcohol will get yet they were evidently designed imi- Coo mind wit. S"nhArwr o t
"And this one, what are : object and that oftenest in use is the a t o SUp n FVcby darkness all around, you going dull and spongy by the evaporation oJ I tato the Hostetter labels, they were in- | Usa Hun of oar Btrfetlr
#i Xfrved by their commander's word to do with it?" ordinary shoe button. Of these little the alcohol. which leaves water in the fringers, and a perpetual injunction was enominlI nf. I i lilou.nouriihlpjr,, I CAITDIKS CAMFtTLLTPUT .. AVT.LT .

Faintly through the tumult heard: "It is going to Paris, it will be put articles something like three a/id, ahaIr granted and an accounting of damages ordered I itnuKthcninE. EASIL\for DIGESTED AMD jddrusFLYI
.. varnish as all commercial alcohol contains InS tdmirmbly tdiptfd innd lP.
r purses you know what to do.
-v. in million into ,together with the costs of the suit _I well for in MEMPMIS.XJP .
the M penom MOONEY.
tr '- 'Xyourbet, and God help your a largo frame it will be hung in a gross como coun. water. It is therefore advisable to he A
:4:r. : I It is the evident intention of the Hostetterpeople Sold Grocer everywhere. PAna.7.. .
: by "
.' ." grand salon and all tho world will try every year or $100,000 worth. el..
go take a sheet of thin gelatine, cut it inte; to their valuable trade mark -
,1: v.ce the Issue life or death, protect CO. Dorchester Mass w.A.Tq'X'
The W.BA ER&
manufacturer of ,
None of tionctb. to see it" papier-mache all 'OU
them once'lues strips and put into varnish; it will absorb against infringers.

Groping, stumbling falling! down "Ah! yes I know, at the exposi- roods is confined almost entirely to in the thin sheet most of the; Ariliitectural i Iron Work
Up again they seek the town tion." Germany and France. The French ; LCI9 M. ALCOTT wrote the only hy
{ and varnish ba used
,. And at midnight enter in. water the can I at S.S.S.
Kingdom, Frwaea. 8hniBK
"
"You know have Boiler, CetLSO
what that is? a special name for them-"Ar- Enrtae**
Mercy's blessed work begin clear and bright till the last drop. The of age. Puii.y., Machinery.. rlle.. nr repair work.
: Jo the pestilential air "There have been artists here before I ticles on carton lacque." There are IRON WORKS
gelatine will get quite soft, it can then I Inherited Blood Potion CT VOSLD TO DOW I?, Send to CHICKASAW

jSVith a mother's tender care. who painted pictures for the exposition I manufactories in the United States be taken out and dried and used again. How people there are whose distress The world ought oval know what S.S.B b .JOHN E. HANDLE rAnt ft CO.._rMJJIS T.i '

;).ilngllngwlth the falling rain as they said, but they never painted but here are only mado the coarser from many sores, aches, pains and eruptive' done for me in the cure of a considered malignant .ua- 'UI .
Cake.-One and one-half bad incura- Now P.ZADT :
i -Fig cupfuls which was BO as to 'Sew nook .
t pit ingling with the moans ot pain. my portrait"Tho and more serviceable goods, as pails tendencies are due to inherit blood poison. bio by the physicians ,b Chicago, where I E, GLIMPEefYIITT
Sobs of gratitude are heard of sugar, one-half cupful of butter Bad blood passes child went to One |of my sent FRANCE WILLRD'S tory or W_ .U.ID : I.
': day was drawing to a beautiful for instance and for the finely varnished parent t b te Jclghbr C.
I As the nurses undeterred. the whites of four eggs one and I and it therefore is the duty and L me a hcr. to for .iedi 10,0 larlr. .. -
.t Move among the stricken brooc2.Gh'lng close. The atmosphere had the soft, novelties fancy goods and oddities wife to keep their blood pure This is easilyaccomplished Swift's Specific began taking It. 1 gotrciicffrointhelirstfcw :.;, Vtj' lbral tera a
medicine and food, delicate tones which had delighted : the foreign manufacturer must be one-half teaspoonfuls of baking-pow- bv a timely use of B. B. B. doses; the poison was dress 2.4 .ITJ" .. IGEVI WiTED
J -' In Ills name and for His sake' der. one cupful of milk, two and one- (Botanic Blood Balm). Send Blood Balm gradually forced out of my ejeteai,and I was lerLornltet Cbl-g. J '. \
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Maurice on the previous evening and depended upon. The rate of Iso t soon cured sound and wflL It" now ten _.at: I 1 -
wages
I Who constrained them thus to take I half cupfuls of flour. For filling cul I Cone ,at Atlanta,for book of convincing monthastucelqulttaks "ln'S.S.S.S.ndlb.3TO '
]tsk; t.ollte and risk to l.mb.; hh work advanced rapidly. s comparatively low on the continent proof. bad no sign of return of the dreadful disease. ROSE-BLOOM, a -
dozen into small [
d. Leaping from the train for Him. lIe painted on the picture afterward that after manufacturing. paying figs pieces barelJ'co"er James Hill, Atanta Oa., wit: "My .AKJT JJonrweix. EGYPTIAN"te CocpleIkC. tmam Uo. _I.
with water and let them two with n Ilk..
sons the ikin
come t
.
So the fever plague was stayed; in his studio. He determined to makeit freight and the thirty per cent. which doctors said was blo pin An &lc1.D 2." :"L.Trl.l be,oolr 60 pDIH'-, '4
to boil then heritar. ;
I So again the land was made his best work. Being already well papier-mache import duty he can sell a remove from the stoveimmediately. both broke out in sores eruptions which I Seed fcr books on Blood Disease end Cancers, UTlCiUL 431 &UAI'UC t', BOX_'.SIS.. ".JIJUT 0. c j
44 Joyous with the bloom of health, known it Have ready. the white i B. B. B. promptly controlled and matted free. Tan STVMT SPECIFIC Co. "-* ..HII."E.'d -tl
was no longer for at a price too low for the American to bay
;' Gladsome with the priceless wealth necessary of four well-beaten eggs; add to those urcd completely." rcr 3 Atlanta.GPet1n who have n-ed Pin'ssaitIDESTOFALL. ,
or a love poured forth as free him to seek to make a name; never- enter into competition. But the pail Mrs. S. "Williams, Texas,writes:: Cure for ConK'
'l'. As the Lord's theless he the figs and one cupful of sugar; mis I 1 Sndy. who Inherit & Works York P S INGEkS: .\
own ministry.But was certain that this picture class of goods he does not send over. "My pl' Sold everywhere. 2Sc.|
well and spread between the .
layers. have improved rapidly : Bill*
would set the seal his Papier-mache in its is talaeadSw -
:
the noble eng'neer.lie on reputa raw state ,
B. -
of B. B. It is a Godsend/
E< Cut half dozer r a A 1.4, Ca. n.bl,8Iklia. \
?g a : M .
who lent a pitying car, simply pulp, a cohering mass, workedup J. W. Wilson.of Glen Alpine Btation.N.C., od A DUE AL SOLDIERS
5. lIe who dured to set aside, tion.By hard boiled eggs into thin slices when I Feb.13 1885 i.'I''Z..a..le ENSIONS U (
the time ho had finished tho picture into that condition by a fiery tem writes: "Bone and blood poison np petters relieved:LaW.free.a. .
p For that single evening's ride to his satisfaction winter had perfectly cold; dip each slice into beaten t forc-d mo to have my leg amputted. and on &a .BeWRUCE A SOS9,CteeUuU.O.,.t.c
Human law for higher good come perature of from 200 to 300.( At a tho stump there came a which' ':iia PAris -
I To a buffering brotherhood, and Maurice was in love with his little certain stage, known only to the man- egg. roll ia bread-crumbs which grew worse every day until doctors pave '!.: "
model. should be seasoned with pepper sail I mo up to die. I only weighed 120 pounds MOVTO AND BOARDrhlKbetcnmmlH P.5115.
Kisked-nnd lost-his place of trust ufacturers. for much of the process is and minced when I began to take B. B. B., and 12 bottles 565 <> .ion nnd SO DAYS'
'I 1 Calmly I baying/ : ''God Is just! :. Ho loved her too much to tell her of secret, it is stamped into its design I parsley. Make throe table- increased my weight t 180 pounds and .4.1.B.riEQCniB. *805. ,York p. cREin'rtoArent.onoIrNewflk.p.w.zwni.EitC'bZ* sars.I5s., sL.sI.,1...

i I was true to Him, and He his love too much to tear from her and set aside to cool and harden. Tho spoonfuls of butter or nico dripping ho! made me sound and I never knew JAX.Tnl PAPER tnwj tat jot. ffftMM 1.JI JAM tnrj-_-

Will not suffer mine nor me native meadow this flower of maidenhood in a frying-pan and fry the slices of what good health was before." --,
To be original process the method of 100years VIBRATING SEPARATOR. FREE
hurt
t by want or loss. FARQUHAR SAMPLES
4 While men wear that blood-red cross!" whom he could not make his ago when snuff boxes were' egg to a light brown turning each piece "I SEE something in tho abut _-_ _ SEND Fo CTAlE.1oao.tal. ONANZA !I AGENTS bn,. o_Wrti* aov.
l Tort CiI.S
-Frances J. Dyer, in Youth's Companion. wife. but enough to suffer at thethouht about the only things made of it was as soon as it is done on ono side; drain Emin Bey,J said Mrs. papr t hrroungcst = -______ ___ 'EO A SCUT. ,
C.pty.
.4/ _I. ,:: of parting from her. She had that of molding. Within the last forty' i from the fat lay on a hot
I PRETTY PEASANT. naught that goes to the making: of years however since when all these over them a cupful of broth or draws it is." ic I FREE.KIWSTU Lln Sirm j not aI une BOLI.to.fe.O Wnt.
-
.': 't-'t happiness in life neither depth of f fancy articles have commenced to bo butter into which a raw egg has beer Distanced In the RI. "! _. .J Tu15'UI..__ _

p' 1c l Thei'- sentiment nor devotion, which makesone made this has been discarded for the beaten while boiling hot.-Good House Why should Dr. Pierce's medicines not .... = -

it .. Story of an Artist's Day Dream L forget all else, nor passion which keeping.The. distance fl competitors in amount of sales, JiiiSoR C
I stamping method. The papiermachodolls' as they doing, since they are the only UAnm,1.B.riEqCHlE,Twk.FvWRAXI -
.. t, I and Its ScqueL excuses all things; she was simply a heads one sees, however are British Medical Journal favors: medicines sold by druggists possessed of r run'UI?*,_*.. GO.TOTHE BEDFORD I111RO -

.it pretty flower of the field a little vain, still molded. cleansing tho stomach before meals bj such wonderful curative properties as to warrant OF AND VIRGINIA IODINE

little drinking of water. Of this i'' their manufacturers in guaranteeingthem MTORTERS OF CHINA CLASSAND S P'INCS ,
a coquettish without either The"arnish freely For Health.
or lacquer which is' to euro the diseases for which they .le..ul.
,t 1"Jrlco\ strolled noon rags
} aimlessly through
L. grave faults or other virtues. Maurice overlaid upon the article, now hard says: "It washes away tho mucus whicl' are recommended. You get a cure or money QUEJS rlC JYD FOR cmcrLAB. Address A. A.
nbragoous forest. The rain had]I knew that she could be is secreted during tho intervals of re- paid for them returned. The Doctor's LAtGU.R". Maqager.P.O..BedfordSprtnu.Va.
Ir nothing to him, and and
tough rather of color Ycrvv
but from tho leaves a dirty "Golden Medical Discovery" cures all diseases V & Co
)0 of r
; drops
t" he adored and favors peristalsis of tho wboli .LF1IL4NY 8PRINO.. V1flOhl'4Lt.hq' .
1P yet tho beautiful outlinesof is pose I :
another trade It of the liver
secret. has caused
tfl} .-.' still dripped with the light a high by derangement A (.'eatl'y'pecfit Cure. Recommended by the
: her scarcely-developed form polish, and neither fire water nor acid alimentary tract. The membrane thu as biliousness indigestion or dyspepsiaalso ; 5a.5in'IcaLSoctetyof! ; Vrnla Now reco 1t --f.. I of a trickling: fountain. At a I.i cleansed is in blooI, skin and scalp diseases, : UieleAllnff watering mountains
much better conditioi
'isfAtica,:: the path he was following which the folds of her coarse gown:: has any effect upon it. For this reasona a tetter al, saltrheum. scrofulous sores and I | -8 B< JOu-lIKMPHIS.. JARS. Vlrinla'Send_ _for_clrcu_ _r1ace C._A._COLHOCX._ _Prop_ _
to receive food whon oren -
converted inksoluble
1'T chastely enveloped yet could not all pan or vessel of papier mache is of swclo s ailments. ASSORTED PACKAGES OFTINWAItIpnt up ;IK SOCTHEUW t K.Ye.d .
opened on a green glade. The trunks I : Food lOt TR D T .. nOTE
conceal. lie loved those deep the compounds. coated with f WHOLEALE the Relortor
value in the
:: eyes greatest laboratory -'pr''P
r : tho trees _ Memphis U'y.is now open. -
0 were dark their branches I tenacious Don't hawk, hawk and blow.blow diaTusting C
that smiling mouth tho< mucus matter must necessarily addrcaa Mua.1L D.W
;oellow and to the chemist and Itis Cure terjna! eie CLCII.rropi letress.
Pio's for Con-
physician. body, but use Dr. Bage'iCatarril I roy
,, thrker still. and the : every
spreading,
rf the chestnuts foliage I tresses, always in disorder the little about the only material upon which: be slow of digestion, and so especially Remedy and be cured. n XTORS I,''wnpfton1sTUEBTfor keeping the voice n nOEL This WELT-
meeting abovo the TIE
w in the UwCAN'lll.11 .
: handkerchief that morning before broakfasa RKSORT.
crossed her bosom acid .
,
; no whatever has effect. Unless :CntGIVE
' of tho any ce. eight mi:>s from N and bathing nn-
load young artist, seemed like t all those ho loved, and it was with pain l thin indeed, article of good glass of water makes a hygionlt( I CLOVES came t us from the Indies, and !f'-I tied. Address roll.. .PllC.Oean'I.hlnl View.Va
an
very take their from tho Latin
:
,
ho vajilt ,pf a cathedral at the hourwhOO he for break fa.st." cauv. Or TOUR GIRL A FACKAOK OP
: ; thought of parting from them. papier macbe is unbreakable. With a preparation meaning a nail, to which they SPECIAL.SHE fCTnuL HOTltU renrirtmrir.va DellbtflSammfri"t
.
the declining sun sends throughtho a- \J .
L semblance. Correspondence
many-colored windows Ono always parts with pain from what vase or piece of bric-a-brac, and theso Beginning Poultry Raising. _- KoKoTolufalc I WILL BE ,Itlid S Irp'r.

a mysterious he expects never again to see. It :is are susceptible of and frequently seen I A Veil of Mist Sweet on Yon. A. N. K. F. 1243.

light into tho obscurity of the in. hard to leave behind We admire the fancier who i ii I Rising at or evening from some .
so
one a bit of with the painting and elaborate decoration young morning WANTED 'men. Ne.elt Choice WsN WRlTHfC TO ADVERTISERS PXEARBtele

:, terior. ono's life that he has no right to keep. this has its advantages. governed by taste for it is a much better malaria.lowland, "Where malarial in its folds fever the seeds I bestontntfno. Mo.NUUSEltYCO..Louls.Krnlt Det .. ..!DaMo.. ; .that yea taw Ike AdvertUeBCBt .U

Maurice lovod tho Jiour when the lie bad carried off her picture, These goods, in the polish and tint and safer way of beginning than b\ no one is safe, unless protected ty preva sme wsAju ruis i..KI.7-1. j.per.DIS'S

tiny dies, when a gray tint falls upon however and before this he passed the of their surface-those of the black picking up this or that breed merel> efficient medicinal safeguard Hosteter'stomach

all objects confounding their contours I best hours of the winter, ceaselessly surface varnishes. of a duller brownare because some breeders have laude I remedy. .Biters person is who )protection, .

softening their angles and I laboring to perfect a work alreadyperfect. also in use-seem wonderfully them. to the skies. Taste is usually ac burns in a miasmatic region or cuntr s /

rounding their outlines. lIe walked I companied by fondness for tho objec should omit to procure this "
agnt
\ -- each Japanese lacquer work. And in tho which is also the finest known
slowly momcnt
discovering in Tho painting: was greatly admired. small finely-finished boxes, with their of choice and every experienced fan I consumption, kidney trouble and

I the forest some beauty he had not seenbefore Tho critics were unanimous in their in cier knows that a real. love for th, :yppsia CURE
covers
carefully painted Japanese .
I
and filled with that tender admiration
enthusiasm, but they declared that picture designs tho resemblance is birds one keeps is a great element t< Hox. Mrs. of Abbots-

.. for nature which is a. part of such a face could not exist except in complete. It is quite an important success. Begin in spring or fall t;
-- genius. the mind of a poet or in the : breed poultry, but be sure to begh l oubhshed journals of her I
; imagination part of the trade<< of the papier-mache thee, Sir Walter Bcott. greatrdf
Jk' f Having reached the glade, he looked I of a painter. Maurice listened to manufacturer to sell such articles, as; slowly, and learn by degrees the art o / LBJtUGQTA. 'I

:: .t ... about him. The grass was green and all this mating. caring for and G. M SCOT of Miss., wrote
with'
,' ; '" t a smile and kept to him- these to the dealer in Japanese goods managing : Dr. Okolona t
-
Shallcnberger
L ,q fresh; the delicate leaves of the trees sSftfctof small flock before
I self the the sweet face that by whom, it is to be supposed they are: you launch headlong I "Your Antidote for Malaria is certainly

. : :;. |1 glistened under the drops of rain which had inspired him. passed off the into breeding on a largo scale. Mak: the best thing for chills and fever that has ,.
toad fallen them. Ho upon public as "genuine; ever been sold in the South. I have been
: i upon paused tho of
Ho keeping
vI received
poultry a
flattering offers for his old secondar:
Japanese lacquer. selling it for tve've years, and know it
- ,on.trr that ho might hotter observe the scene, picture. None of his previous paintings Of the innumerable objects which pursuit in the beginning and until yoi: the best medicine I have ever dealt t. b ,
I r-r---i [
1 ,." which seemed more impressive in theY' had commanded so high a price. find their hero from the conti have found it more agreeable, pleasurable 15 perfectly harmless and a sure cure .
way
n.thcring.shado"'s. than in tho full Ho declined and better than the every case. Sold by Druggists. .
to sell it; he also refusedto nental factories there firemen's paying occupation I
.... are
.
,. light of the sun. allow it to be engraved. As he was' helmets, used extensively in Germany you first followed. B'gin will 1 BELFAST, Il'eland.l the center of relln- .,r- .

Ho saw the pretty slight form of en as Dundee, in .
a unable to possess the model of the and very much lighter than those: good breeding stock though you ma; mal f

.. 1 girl advancing Irom a clump of boechtrees. picture, he was. determined to keep the Americans wear; canteen flasks, replacing have to pay a big price. Kemcmbe1 "

She walked with a supple step t latter.It that this is putting your money to big Oregon, the Paradise of Farmers.
the old ,glass: and wicker
: one p Mild,equable climate,certain and
without seeing Maurice who as motionless was autumn when ho returned to interest. After y of the German S
: army (1,000,000 of them I crops.Bestruit grain, ,stock country .-A- ,
I as tho trunk of the tree near the village where ho had met the little arc said to be in use in the ranks) care or keeping will cost no more, 01 in the ga" fr. Address

which he stood, looked at her lntcntI r. maid with the yellow hair. Since he tables, stands, with an elaborate top; not much more, than if the same number I. Oregon Immigration BoardFortlandOregonTan -- -- Denc us Bisect,

When a few paces from him the girlsaw had of common fowls ( FOR
painted her portrait twice had the, swinging downward on a hinge; fancy were kept ant"tho : best way t mark table linen: Leave -
him. trembled and let fall a small] bonfires of profits from tho salo of the and cow BRANDODASALEflATUS.
0 St. John's Eve seen the t articles, calandars, picture frames, or use thi baby a blckberr pie alone at the

', $4 bundle of fagots she was carrying on> bands of joyous peasants dancing r trays. flower pots of every imaginable eggs and their living product, for either table for three minuts. $ .

her head. about them, and as he thought: of the, style and description. ornament or utility, is much greateithan EXTUAORDSARY but nevertheless true. :: : AMOLUISLY- PUSS.

, "You frightened me,"" she said, smil.Ingund ; young girl he smiled sadly, wondering Another that realized from the best of the refer to the announcement of B.F.John- .-
manufacture
closely identi son & Co, of Richmond Va. in
which
her larr-o: dark eyes sparkled> which of tho common sorts.-Michigan Homo they 1''
Journat.
village rustics had made, fied with papier mache is that of compressed fpropose to show working and energetic men :;-. r;'
4 ... gaily under her tangled: yellow hair. her his choice. how to make from t.:'
$ to (250 month above
I paper. The process here consists ______. .. __ i .. ,
lIe looked expenses.
'* ? at her a moment withoutreplying. His pilgrimage was to the forest of r of tightly rolling and compressing Useful Photograph Holders. .

Complete harmony whichii chestnuts. As darkness comes quickl;r an adhesive chemical preparationof Womtx: who have to attract attention

is impossible to <
z'r ,' between this pretty smiling girl the tho forest walk; but it was not :ret pleted,the manufactured article has the of photographs which come cession. .

foliage of the ,glade:: and the tone of the dark and the rays of amber light stil I wearing,:: qualities and the hardness of:f upon one unawares nowadays is to gilda HAVE no equal as prompt and positivecure Worth their in Gold
landscape."Remain. | large willow or fancy rattan basketRnd for headache, biliousness Weight
: .. traversed the forest, falling upon the I Ileaves steel and an additional elasticity. It scc constipation -
c' ,,'. where you are," said the that trembled pile them helter-skelter into it in the side, and all liver troub-
on their branches becomes valuable and is much needed les. Carter's Little Pills.
man "I want to sketch Large wooden LiveI Try them
bowls
young have
been
you.
tnd gilded
upon thoso that rustled under his for such things as axle washers dust D '
.I_ ; Sh -was about to brush back the feet. With the odor of dead leave and and decorated on the outer and inner IT is the easiest thing In the world for the r. Morse's Indian Cored of Ova,.!.
guards of railroad
_; locks that had fallen her portions wheels, rims with people of Vanity Fair make fools of ..
over fore- a Grecian border in t Srw-ror JaIYmJ
.
colors tem I have
came a thousand ,
sorrowfu I. r.ar
'- regrets, formerly manufactured of steel. It has selves. 'd attr ben
b bead, but he stopped her with and utilized for the Root t tr7V"t the bllt in tbl*locality
a
gesture. same Photograph -. Pills.
,- &: memories and bitter thoughts, which advantage over the latter that it does purpose. I- 7iliJl anJ bcneft 1 tried Dr. M one'i
holders with pockets in GLEXX'S Sulphur Soap is a genuine reme- -- ..BO' 1MIU remit thatto-day 1
filled each]
him with unspeakable sadness, not cause so much friction. The duty : iy for Skin "I"teo man. completely curefl. I would not be
"Stand just as you'are.. end are very convenient and Dieaes 'lt6 tem
with not troublesome Hill's
rj, a greater distaste for life than he here on manufactures of compressedpaper I Har Dye. 5 cents. Dr. Morse's Tours,etc W si.JACKSOK.
Indian
.
He seated himself on a stone and j had ever before to make. Three or four of
experienced is
so high as to be prohibitive.Thus THE woman who has the fewest ', -
rapidly,sketched the face and form of When he reached the glade he seated the foreign manufacturers of different sizes and as many varieties of of "cnldenta friends" is always numb After 93 ftnrt.Dr. .

his young model. himself in the material not be in the te hp Root Pills 'f". :
wi
: same place where two papier mache, who also make articlesof : way abutay plest i-i. coMrjx : Plxaros.ld..Aug.U.I

Sho was a peasant but delicate and years before he had sketched the picture compressed paper, do not send the Some very pretty inexpensive 1- Do not puree nor weaken. the bowels, bnt I:':afhm JAa SIB.Itb-rheomati For twenty-flTC of the years bowels I :hare I bet .

: slight as are these young girls beforethey which' had crowned his fame. Scold latter products over here. There are ones seen were made of the heavy act specially oa the liver and bile. A perfect Morse's: : IndianRoot .'rat fi-at at of times recovery and; 1 was unable to stand neon
compelled to sit and do
'r .. complete development, which is stone on which he sat seemed to American manufacturers to look out hVlled awning cloth solid two-inch: i, t\"ercrrectl'. Carer' tte Liver Pills lint i>ouswcrk.. In l.*>3 8 your agent cle at my
I boas* and said that he
e often late. Her stripes of dark could cure asked
4 eyes were already mock all his tender feelings. for this.industry.-N. Y. Mail and Ex- blue alternating with: CnxkLis F. A H5BC began a ;.How* be replle'i. "flv the use of Dr. Hone'.
those of a woman; her smile was still Whilo thus white the same The effect was clerk and now a I Indian Root .UJa. I decided to give them a
_i r' seated he saw approaching press. vidtb f5OO. Pi] trial Rod the I am entirely cared and
that of a child him ..... highly artistic, real material never V 'able to do my own work. All the neighbors around

"HOw old are you?" asked the artist, girl who over had the been well-known his model-paththe now, -In New York City freak museumsa boing suspected except upon close in Thompson's IF afflicted Eye with Water.Sore Druggists Eyes use sell Dr. Isa Dr. Morse's Indian her wiuut* xi,e Jour mis, /uur J nay*.that etc-they would not b

he worked. fI "double-headed" spection. The blue it 2 : -c&uJotaoY.
.as a large young woman.' She was not woman gets $750 a and white Japanese .

- shall be sixteen soon." alone; a peasant walked beside her, week, the "smallest woman in the crp three-eighths of a yard wide, GDTGEB is a native of the East and West 'l .J Dl.e.a of the Kidney*.

.4:; "Is it possible! I thought you wereyounger. holding her by the hand; he was a world" gets from $500 to $;.)0 a week; is exceeding pretty and' serviceable for Indies. Root Pils. ii.Q1AKE' :P.StbICJ..N.cJUJJ8,1

i I ." girls with big feet small A --------------. 1. Suc-Yoar Dr.
,: $300 ones. she3t ---
get --
ossifiedmen of --
: handsome fellow, and well built ; : l wadding ------------ I. U.r'.ladl..1**
strong filedwith ->U baye effected a
"I am small. she said with a frank and well-to-do for one of his class. He[ get about $-100. and original"whatisits" perfume powder laid : the = Dr. Morse IndIan tiispsio Mother was had suffering. fom mos kidney remarkable difficulties cur ; the ily

smile, "but I shall about $.500 lining and got o I grip upon her that she
get
grow quickly and leaned toward per week: cover a [tOUI1'nOtwaiaatep. .
her. and from time to .. .. 1 pleasing additon, 1bulhabxotyoarpls
by Saint J hn's Eve I shall have alover. time kissed a tear from her cheek. -Sorrows of the Narrow striped ticking may b used BRADf'SREGULATOR Root r fae/ors if commenced she had taken giTlnir all of one box abe! could walk -
cross-eyed P
.' When man- for these holders by I.11 S rtboUstheh.uIe. 'rn.dayphel..ifecti, weU ana
they sat" Maurice they paused, "Miss, may I have the honor of the crossing-stitching' == I tays, that ho.:. Piiim I&Yc her life.
"Why on'SalntJohn's Ever1 askedthe : confused and surprised. next waltz with ?" velvet ribbon on the stripes and ------ \ etc. L.V....1S0!
:you Two ladies tv. To
young man, In putting rows of briar Diseases Peculiar to Women! sa-e-Doctor' Bills __ __
pausing his work "And this )he stitch use
thought, "is the girl (rising simultaneously)-"'\ th pleas- up and down BOOK TO "W03AS" MAILED Fur Dr. -I.
bad IUorc's -
looking at her. ,of whom I have dreamoi" lure." the colored ones.Dacorator and Fur BUADF1ELD UEUL'LATUB CO. The; ItootFIlls. ,
.TLTA H. C 0 M
:e nisher. SOLD BT ALL Bet Family Pm in use. )1.. S T0 C K.,

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