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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 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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V ADVERTISING RATES: PROFESSIONAL CARDS L ,
JANET, Fu'1A
-, for a salary of' between twelve and FACTS ABOUT COLLARS. The york ofWperly harvestIng the I. KI"U
$pAC 4ipziiai'e1I168l 1 I I I CURVETING. CIVIL ENGINEERING": Sme is flltttnl about doll -
-- within blithesome tread eighteen art a week. If ho is on fruit crop is ift* important 00.0 and
ro. 1 ro: % 00' 00 ; (XII 03 Arranging the Flow the Fashions Have Changed Since -"Of all the
II't'' ;1 : 2i>1 30:1: I Ijw 6 0' 10 (01):) 00 R. F. ENSEY. All the place Is bright evening with tea her the city detective force the salary ia Vie Days of the Ancient must be lookifl fter. Because them d." 1

U $. % It:1)J I 12 60P1(JII I 1OOO 14! 0-1 311 15' ool 00 lM 20 00ft' 00 ...'V.LL.I EN .JrXN.EEn. A home sunbeam is she. presence larger and political influence is the General Grant wore high and low is a large yielit9 hardly a sufficient egg.wur" says Paddy"ERPaterfamilias"Clara

: qureSI.J1&I: 15 (0, :0 (0 :5 00 to OOl'O, W Her glad heart only qualification required. collars alike. reason for allo wig any part to go to
:4 !! sings as with!
.. -Ten oeoU a line for the first *n
tine breach robscnucnt advertisements In'Crtlon.tlPeClli& upon .DraUlrbtlnR' estlnwbrn levglfaff, tux. ex*. Now she places the tempting viands done by ordinary operatives consistsof ollars of silver and brass. part than allow il ib lie on the ground the front irate is.down this morv
& rales for time pited with accuracy and dlspatou. Her skillful hands have made. 'shadowin Clara (shyly)- ''Yes papa you ktPut \}
pplicntton at the office"SUBSCRIPTION. terms fa per day cash. or following party.It Thomas Hood wore a high collar to and rot. breeding insects and disease
-- No daIntier cakes!, or snowier bread is the most monotonous, unpleasantjob aide a tumor. If clover is growa: in the orchard do love levels all things.1Mrs. In "i
.=: t i Than hers Ward '-Where "t!
RATES: -", For this fair was ever seen ever heard ot. Suppose the man The standing collar had its origin in not cut it. If the hog: rto bot eat is your husband"
lady of \
Onerelr.; I. 0. I1AYNES Holds sway as a kitchen whom I sing to be watched is not engaged in business Germany in the reign of Otho IV., close down enough! let the rest lie and working now?", Mrs. Preeincc ;
,
.1100 queen.
.." : .' The "lie ain't working. He has office ,1. .."
got an
be
months.All ....... 50 She stands day may pleasant. At protect the grcnnd3 This will be bet- : : "
in her
fix "
uubscrlptions mut bo paid Invariably InSdvaflce. x :E'J.Vx' In her simple dress humble of white.door-way half-past seven in the morning the 1218.Byron imported his famous low-roll ter than to cut iind; make'it;,, into hay in the city government. -Bostonlourier. ...., \ 'J,
.' No discriminations In favor. any- : 11: Barr; Somtboily hastens his weary step 'Shadow' arrives in the vicinity of the ing collar from Belgium. Ho delighted leaving tho gr*>cnd bare$ ev n'for n C S --.K _

tIOOy Coiimunteatlons- upon all matters of local For his welcome home at night. man's house. His party may come out at In exhibiting his whit, almost fem short time.-Sti I.<:t1 g Republic.\ -"I have got an account of a landslide '!I

IDterest IOllcn d from all parts ot the county. Office over Jones' Brick Bloc*. And tomftoily soon finds rest from care once or may stay in until noon. The inine-appearing throat. .. I: ," said tho now reporter. "What !

E'r -- -- In And the a balm for his aching head detective walks around to avoid suspi- The jeweled collar of John do She HEMP )'FOn ...PROFITA head shall I put it under?" "Put It 1
SECRET SOCIETIES. GEO. pleasant talk. the cheerful sons, cion and tries with a great earnestness who died in Ci'-i' under the 'Real-Estate Transfers.'" 1'\4
BAISDEN Or the favorite poem read. pey. Bishop of Rochester, Crop That : *J Railed Succefisfutly
Ab I of purpose, to make himself com 1360: weighed four and a half pounds.It In hft''Wf" atern States. replied the snake editor.Pittsburgh'i, ,
Meets every Tuesday never was truer subject, fortable. Finally the suspect makes We havc' 'ntcd the raising; of Telegraph.Physicans"You. -. .:
adf'
Winter? and l And never a grander was a fine example of the clerical : <"
at Od-1 Fellows'all. throne.
,. .night'{ Transient broth. Paper Hanger, Queen of a loyal noble heart, his appearance and goes down town. splendor of the period. hemp as a payi "? crop. A few weeks seeyoiir son Is .. !]. .

, ers cordially invited to STARKE Queen of a happy home. Me. drops' into n restaurant for lunch The early English laymen did not ago one of our temporaries: claimed feverish Madam Notice the coating .- .
Ada
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attend. J. C. WILLS, keep!n.Simpson Sherwood, In Good House. and pays lengthy visits to various cover their necks. The mailed collaror that it was not. ,i rofitable crop. where on his tongue.Mrs.. Anxious- -!'] ;,;t: -

I Noble Grand. ALL WORK GITAIIANTEIiD.BUGG ; -4 .- friends while the detective shivers gorget was introduced during the corn could be i-aifyd. as the work,.up to don't see any coating on his tongue; .. :.'::.'

4. p.'J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. I -. EMBRYO DETECTIVES.) outside In case it is the winter season.: crusade. harvesting wn
.". & After calling at a number of saloons Charles Dickens when n young corn, and after,iih.it f he labor was,many pants are dreadful short."-Epoch. ''<

r. improved Order of lied Men. WILLS, The the man goes to the theater and closes'! man, wore a black stock. In later times that of rafelng We'do not:know -Lawyer "My consciencetronbindJ

Osceola Tribe No.1, Florida-Council Country Is Full of People Who the evening by 'seeing tho town' witha Life ho assumed the turned-down col whether the,vetrio'agricultural f* editorof ? me a little last;; night about that fee J

'1 ini )kindled each Wednesday's Sleep atM Attorneys at Law Long to be Sleuths. party of rounders. Numerous hau its lar. the West rate tfl !iemp when he wasfarming' charged Jones ycste .a't Friend ,'. ....&..,Jastonished"Yonrconsclenc rl
Fla. .,
. their Wi('wan, Starke, of vice are visited and at 4:30 m.t not bjit* the olthose' Lawrer "c ,
. brothers are cordially! invited a. ? The sumptuary laws of Richard II. r ,,[ testimony ( ? $ ; :
: Tr&n5L1t attend J- O. HATNES, Sachem.: STARKE, FLA. Difference Between the literary and the detective crawls into bed, first tellin prohibited collars from being worn. who have :rrused it in recent -"Certainly. I was afraid that -.f!'!.. "' ,c$:
to I'ractlcal Detective-The LatterDoesn't his wife to call him at 6:30 for it is to provt be '
3 W M. HEACHAU, Chief of Ite ords. "Will p )tIcI' in all the Tho law was never enforced.A years goes that it may had been unjust ray self. -Washing
. .* """ a. 1'1tb JUdicial Circuits.Courl. In the FourU Time Hare So' Good m pected that the man will leave town straight white collar. somewhat profitably raised hqw even in Illinois. ton Critic. a

* of Temperance.Meets -- as the Forznez."You and he may get up early to do it. like that of a few years ago was introduced The proprietor' )f: tho hempifactory -Dentist's Daughter (who hears her ..

. l Son Monday night In Temperance ROBERT "On other occasions the severity ol into England in U80 by the at Buckley. Irotjiioia) ; County. 111., of- father approaching)-"Oh dear, Edward ,


.i Dall. every' W H. ME ACH AM, W. P. KEITH, would be surprised," said tho the weather will cause the 'to-be-fol- Duke of Clarence. fers $10 per ttrt for properlji-rotted;; : here comes my father. If he ;

J.unsILLOY; Scribe.DIRECTORY'. manager of a well-known private detective lowed gentleman' to stay in doors, Piccadillies of red and green cloth hemp stra\v thisy; a,*. He proposes to should find us together here; wear* ;1

.I -. Attorney at Law agency "to see the large number while outside a young man will walk came into fashion at the close of tho furnish the soed':Uie farmers" contract lost. Oh, ho Is coming!' You 'will .i.!
p. ------------ of applications we receive from around and around the block. waitingfor fifteenth century. ing to cut: 8CP. IJLt.' and deli'or the have either to askfor my hand or-lei 1.:..

= cnhItcu people anxious to engage in our work. his party to appear. Tho detective Washington woro no collar at all in straw at tho ?*Wil dry and free him. pull out a tooth for you."-:Flie- .

:7 e i :Bapii Church. STARKE, FLA. Men will present themselves as candidates will pedestrianizo in that manner from the last years of his life. The stockor from dampnesst dew. lIe laims gende Blatter. _. .
__ utterly devoid of all knowledge 7:30 a. m., to 10:30 p. m., then he is "swathe" and that one and oiK>lalf tons of' h.mp 'r ..
had been discarded
at 10:30: a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer -A 'Little Confused-'What a fine 'q _;;
IIf Bwrlce of or qualifications for the business kindly allowed to home. straw is a fair aj that
meeting every Wednesday at 8 i>.m. go the old gentleman rarely went out vis rage per acre,
L. B. expression that was in the sermon to-
J. M. CALDWKLL Pastor. I II RHODES, and expect us to jump at the chanco "Of course there are some pleasant iting.In two tons is a gPbil crop, and that SCO
about the tha
father to
I Sunday, School- meet every .Sunday they offer us. It is wonderful how features in the detective life, but they 1564 the Elizabethan ruff became tons were growl:" oi a 100-acre field at day boy's being,
1 :I don't
thought
morning at 10:30. conceited some people aro." are few and far between. The hoursare the sometimes Paxton. in Ford (!OIntr 111. lio had though q ite'agree .. :
style. They projected ; with it when I look 'O
at .:
1 Attorney :
our bojs.'i.
f T. K. Dusa, Superintendent. Law "Has any cause ever been assignedfor long, no holidays are observed, fifteen inches from the neck. The rut raised hemp for six years on thcf! same I dear mistaken.What ,! :

this craze?" asked the reporter. and for the work done the par is became odious to James I., and he or- field in Buckley, an&Iast] year litid the my he said, you aro that quite the wish Is the'

nil_lit Presbyterian Church. STARKE, FLA. "So-called detective stories and an small. Of course the managers and dered it to bo taken off. best crop for the .vhole period., .It is father of tho was But It splendid ,
Strylcesevery Sunday at 10:30 a.m. overweening self-confidence are the proprietors of various large agenciesare The starched ruff was replaced by claimed that at $t U> p.r ton, hemp will man. was" ** ,.
almost rownl .
It. B. MATTICE, Pastor. two main reasons," was the reply. "It well paid for their labors, but the ,tho Shakespearean collar favored by pay better than |i\I1Y.< other, crorl :that as good as g"CI'OSS .

:r: Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.ra is strange how many of these worthless subordinates get barely enought to liveon the puritans and continued until the I can be grown in thirt section, $s", the Examining Counsel-uNow. .

w.. t.. C. HULL, Supt. A. L. SCOTT, M.D., yarns have been published and eagerly and seldom rise to any higher po. death of Charles II., when lace became labor and cost aft-3s- sowing is n6niore. Mr. Brown, you say this ,Louis C. '; ;
.*.... read by a confiding public. The authors sition than that of an 'operati ve.' the than tho harvesting timothy. ; Brown is a distant relative of yours?" a t
Ib LATE FROM rage. "
= :JHetliodlst Church. I MICHIGAN.si aro not required to know any thing "I suppose you have often seen advertisements President Buchanan's friends were It. will pay beltr upon goo than Mr. Brpwn-"Yes. Cross-Examining it.

,.... Services every Sabbath at 10:30:: a.m. ami 1 about the subject on which they write; in tho papers in which highly incensed because Representative upon poor soil-so will most any c %op.[ Counsel-"What relation is he?" Mr. ;:

7:30:: p.m. | Prayer meeting every Tuesday ln Pn hyiiTERMS !ln n brgl n that would only be a drawback to them. some detective agency state that they ; Lincoln made a speech at Spring- As a rotation crop] {o$diversitiedn..m-- Brown-"My brother." Cross- xam- '\0,.:\'

I and Thursday at 7:30. All that is needed is a mysterious crime 'want agents in every county and town field, ridiculing tnV President's noto- ing near a hemp *>| flhx: mill we consider ining CO"1Dsel-'But you just told us

.. G. D. TURNER, Pastor t nEASOXABI.aOfloe for a plot a detectivo supernaturallygifted in the United States Many individuals rious neckwear. lIe said it always reminded hemp or fla.\li>S the case* maybe ho was a. distant relative." .Mr..

Pi Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.io at Gaskins' Drug Store.TATE with strength and intelligence have got rich by wOl'king.thi. :: him of an "undertaker's shopi" ) a paying c1'011. but do not Advise Brown-"So he is. At present he Ia

_' I J. CUARLES llicaino, Supt. two or three beautiful girls for him to game. They have no experience in Altitudinous neckwear dates from raising hemp wh!.- ) the fiber or straw in China." .:

.OR..,. fall in love with, and the groundworkof the business: their agency is locatedin the directoire. Collars frequently has to be transpott-.d Jar before reaching -Mrs. Hilton-"I might as well tell .It> t

....... POWELL, M. D., 'Old Sleuth, the Lightning-Hug Detective a post-office box. and tho stock in concealed tho ears at that period. a mill. :Flaxlfiiy be if raise I'for you before we go any farther that 1 ('It1 / :"
"":"; Christian Cliur<-li. ,' is com pleted. Young idiots trade consists of a bundle of circularsand : General collars aro laun- tho seed.-Farm, i f)1rl and Stoclfflnan. discharged the last cook. We had because //.4
t xL 26 Acts xivi., t8! I. Peter iv. 10. STAKKi. FLA. Spinola's ... .. .
; ; few hundred tin idea'that ,"
IIlete read these stories see what an easy a badges.: The dered by a oolored "aunty." They she seemed to have the : .
Services each Lord's day at 3; p.m. After nn experience of twenty years in the time thoso who detect crime have (on few lines in tho paper bring letters measure :3J inches in width. : DYEING CARPET RAGS,; sho9'a.the most important person io.. y:4-:
practice of. his : sioll. has : .
G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. In promising: thj proe latest nnrl most no liopituncy seiemUc paper), and, of course want to achieve from people in all parts of the country "Let us have standing collars in the !I Pretty Colors That Will Not p de far! a tho house. I trust. that U'I engage .. -

( Sunday School each Lord's day at :3 p.m. treatment to those asking his service! fame and money through our channeL mostly young men who arc detective- fashion. Wo are becoming a stiff- 1.0111 1t'1" : your services as cook you will alway ; ,

C. J. DENTON, Supt. Calls to the country promptly jtttonOe.l. "To show you" continued the speaker struck. The applicants are sent a circular necked generation. Rowland's BLUE.-To four jfjnnds of i kgstake bo able to remember the place y" / ;

Diseases" at of females 1'rug and chi.Un-u u specialty.Oflice what peculiar ideas some people which states that agents must "Knave: of Hearts," 1G11. one and one-half ounces: of oxalic teid. occupy." Would-be Cook-"The in. 'JrI
City torc.
ASS have look at this letter," and Ii3 showed supply themselves with badges cost Bill Nye says he always sports a two ounces of Prussian blue; let each be no trouble on that score, mum. ] d' .

nil OFFICIAL D1K12CT01KY. the reporter the following missive: only two dollars and as soon as "straight band collar, without any soak over night ita quart of ;rain never get so full but what I can find 1 '.i. "-: ..' ':1

\ City Officer F. J. FIELD DETROIT Mich., May 19.-Dear Mr. -: I this cash is forwarded they say the projecting masonry or ornamental water, then put ttthor in as tmich the way home."Terre Haute Express., ....r.- bq' ... .

. Mayor-L. AVitkovbki. nm employed here In a job printing office but agents' claim will be favorably con. facades." warm rain water n'you want to volor -In the business office of a news- .-.,:-:---- ..". .

Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner )There)ivo long are thought several I agencies was cut out here for but a detective.I would sidered. By the next mail comes n The poet Whittier affects a cross be- with; put in the rtf:-.J and le$ thorn.be paper.-Complainant-"Here, I want '< JOt.. '-'\
k
ri MII n'Vork\ r1 ud PlateSTARKE
E. Pace L. D. W all S. F. Gardiner. : : n two-dollar-bill from the embryo detect. in twenty minutes or half an hour. .
JABS.I George not like to work for them as they are N. G. I tween a high and low collar. It maybe rf y money returned, the money I paid -
'Vtt If Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. want to be with somebody where I could be- ive, and his employers fulfill their part described as a white band folded They need not boil; scalding th.era.vill for this advertisement Clerk-"It
TreasurerVaJter Wills. come known. Now what I want is this: I am of the contract by forwarding bo sufficient. v '!,
a badge to read all Wanted
FLA. sixteen and know nearly; all the detectives: and near the middle.and having a soft overhanging } seems right: a
.w Marshal-E. D. Wall.- :- which has cost them but u few cents YELLOW.-To forr, pound of rags widow of considerable
l>ol cemen in this city, but the detectives are roll.Clothier and Furnisher. middle-aged attractions
A. essor-T. W. Sweat. < ALL WO II It GUARANTIED. Box41. N. (i.. and if you will let me be your agent This badge, of.course gives the wearer ....._ take six ounces on sugar ofj; lea nnd to correspond "with an old
here whenever there is any big crime I will get no moro authority than he ORCHARD AND GARDEN. half 6f
previously an ounce of bichromate! poiash; bachelor of means.'" Complainant..
CHT;| the work for you and will either do the job myself '
ORIrer PEEK & FllAZEE possessed. lIe can no more makean dissolve in a pint! of hot. rain water
sir 1 County or you cnn send help. Please write soon. How to Slake the Culture of Fruits and "That's all very well; but look at the
91 U*- County Judge-W. F. Malpbus. Yours respectfully, -. arrest or have extra police privileges Veuetablei Source of 1'rolH. separately; tako iW, .much hot water way it is classified. Clerk-"I am .

prlet1lll, Clerk of Circuit CourtV.. T. Weekt at Law and Notaries "Pre ty good eh?" ejaculated the than the humblest private citi- The orchard or garden that is well as you want to Vor with; dip four really very sorry,'sir; It must have got
Attorneys
odd,., Sheriff-II. W. Epperson. criminal hunter. "Wb get lots of letters zen. The detective, however, never cared for wi"i not prove a failure. rags first in tho Vi'asl, then in in with the 'Business Chances' by mistake .
KTOt Tar Assessor-J. E. Wainrigbt.
K.JW, Tax Collector .-M. M. Hale. but that's a little out of the ordi- finds this out until he attempts to arrest There are few parts of tho farm that potash, several tins, and ;put thorn of our now clerk."America. -

_ .Superintendent- of Schools-JC. L. HiIJ.I STAI5KE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. nary run. A sixteen-year-old boy some (to him) suspicious character, can be made more profitable than the next in cold rain ,4a'er.' Use. lIner. ..
wanting to bo superintendent of a when he learns to his sorrow that the copper vessels. \t\t LONDON FASHIONS.Paris .
Oounty But"Yeyor-W.1I. Edwards, C.I Abslratts of Title and Iteal Estate Ltur a garden.It
,Couuty Commissioners AYitkovski, peomlty.Abstracts. branch office at the start. Don't it "Banner Protective Agency of Camp- is very important in giving an GREEN.-Dip tho ;Vugs inthe! 'blue Said to De -Yielding tile Palm to
,
D.B.Knight, K. A. Todd *W. U. Pinhol. Mortsatr-. Li!
I fcr, M. V. Smith. and all mirtcis of tuihlic rrcor-1 and tile "But the most peculiar visitor I ever that the United States Government is sufficiently often to make sure of the havo a bright grt..enVring, j f out ,wid Paris dresses are growing more

affecting,-.;Florida'J IUe ,')\v f to lu-ul date Estate ol' Abstract.in HratUordounf hnd," remarked the detective, slowly, bound to respect. When he learns this desired results.If shake well before f.anging thom ;to and moro simple of outline tho' folds .'

__IRPDf stale Officer "was Edgar Van -, a small-sized, the 'detective' abstains from any fur. the arsenical poison seems to burn dry. :-; i } being molded upon tho lines of the

, Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville shabbily-dressed whiskyimpregnatedindividual ther :exhibitions of authority and con- the foliage, it is a good indication thatit BROWN.-To five pounds of ragSjbhe figure, without excresccnco.or unnatural ,.

vc.t.rnrr!... 'Crawford,ecrela,villa.y of State-John L. Crawford, HEADQUARTERS FOREIIt who called at my office tents himself with clandestinely exhib- is stronger than is necessary, and pound of japonica',' eight ounces of protuberance.

'orY.&'.-' Atl.orney.GeneralWniiam forno two years ago and applied for a iting his trophy to country cousins, should be weakened.As bichromate: of potas, two tablespbopa, Competent judges all agree that the
Lamar .E :
ilTaV hcello...,,, ,Mon. : aN"5U .A1STCEI job. I was not greatly pleased with children and servants. There must be a rule the center of the apple of alum. Dissolve JMO japoiicatatjd+ London fashion bear away the palm

Treasarer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. Representing:the Liverpool and London his appearance and gently intimatedthat now many thousands of these badgesin trees should be cut so as to induce low alum in sufficient wt'er to qover. the this spring from those of Paris. This -
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:: Commissioner of Agriculture B. and Globe Company. I had more men on hand than I the possession or irresponsible peo- branches. Keep all tho dead wood goods. Wet the goo-3in| a strong is an indirect flattery of our clever English -

...B..k. Wombwell.. needed." ple throughout the country."Chicago cut so as to preserve the health of the before coloring; put:the goods in tlio milliners, who are so skillfully

LISI1M Comptroller-Generfll D. Barnes. C. HULL 'But I am an extremely. valuable Times. tree. japonica and alum zihd let it tand at adapt to English taste tho ideas they
.
-rM_ 'Ad nt.UenerI1J-David Long, Cedar ,j.L, man,' he protested. S Thinning with grapes can nearly always scalding heat an hour or two; jet stmd import from Paris, and add to them

1u.ptIL; Xeys.1JJ3I5 Havo you had any experience1Lots.1 CENSURE AND CRITICISM. be made beneficial, as it is not a all night in the japon a. In tie ming .,- subtle touches of their own which increase ''': .-

Superintendent of Public Instruction-- Contractor and Builder AI :good plan to allow the vines to maturetoo tako out the goo.s and di iin; ,i.,- the effect. It.

. ... LibeijiEt ri Russell, Jacksonville. 'Who with Valuable Eye-GIancei the Self.from Outside Into large a crop while by thinning, solve the bichromath of potash.. insufficient The new tennis, suits aro exactly like i'

,WrtN 1'orI Of- STARKIS, FLA. 'Well-ah.. in fact it has all beenin A noble disposition eager for self- the quality may be gradually im water to covpr the goods; lot a man's, with starched front,'high collar 1f'A

-OOLA- United States Officer furnished private cases of my own;' then noticing improvement will accustom itself to proved.If it come to a scalding beat; pujt in the and a masculine tie. They are to z.tt

If igUeeL gioJ1 l Reogi.terC.. Tucker, Gainesville. otice.Plant and' Carpenter gpeclflcatiom work solicited on short and mylack of interest he hurriedly court censure as frankly as most people in setting out the applo trees the goods, letting them I remain; a Ie ., be worn under tho tennis jackets which ...... .
Receiver-2. T. Crawford Gainesville. .. mistako has been made of the minutes (stir briskly t. take rinsji!
$ promptly: attended to. continued: ccurt commendation. It will not setting : );; o t. achieved such popularity duriilg tho <

-th.U Uhisse Surveyor-General*. .:' B. Bloxham, Tal Hand-nade briok for sale! citheo" at the kiln ., 'I have the best and most novel merely receive with grace and accept, trees too thick care should be takento in two waters, wash inlands; ; ri+so dryj last two seasons.. "Ladies' blazers" 1-

ti.D.11'Vt. 1\'r' ,t SENATORS r-delivered. at the depot. way ol shadowing a man that was ever but it will use censure. Whether the thin out, as this is one variety of -Cor. Farm Field. .am_|'_Stockrran. ],. they are called in some of the'shops, :'f!
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Hon. L '"4J. atten- fruit, at least, that will not bear crowd- 4- f and they aro to what the "Ia-
Samuel Pasco, MonltceHo. heard of. Kindly give mo your strictures be from the soul of enemyor Seasonable Hints About PoUltrv. summer
Uon. Wilkinson! Call, Jacksonville. tion a moment,' and he straightenedup. friend: ; whetber prompted by love ing.In::: -' J die smoking jackets" are to winter. ..- j"J.z...:}

,.,... ttPEISESTATIVJES.tDisttictHon.: :: JW, HICKS sympathy pity, jealousy: or malice; watering plants many times it Mr. Francis A. Moitimer; Avyites a| The craze for the masculine in garments i

-I ,JIll' Fir t IL H. It!. Davidson .' 'Suppose I: go out to follow an in- whether they bear the impress of a refined will increase the growth materially if follows to the Poultry,Ionthly| ? appears to be Increasing, but '-

JODl 1 Quincy.lNlA :Second. dividual. After awhile he may chanceto or a vulgar spirit; whether justto liquid manure is applied. One advantage Plenty of exercise. jcombintjd with the manly short-cut coiffure has disappeared ; 'lj

SSS' Port Oang Di.trict-H,I't Chas. Dougherty, see that some one is on his trail. tho point or entirely untimely; with manure in this condition is proper feed and feedirg. is what will from polite circles. 4
CITY BARBER
'CM *.?.|f:: } .. lIe looks at me. I am a mediumsizedman whether chiefly true or chiefly false; that more or less of it is soluble. make our hens lay. ." [ ; Tho sailor hat promises to be es
1 with two eyes. But wait,' and whether conveyed in general terms or Fruit trees will grow and thrive on Never let your foIj, suffeft ;for il popular as ever. It could not be more : i

he fumbled with his left optic a mo- specifically-makes lilt 19 difference. rocky land-too rocky to cultivate plentiful supply of cle fresh \yaterjit's so than it has been during the last fow ...
ijb7I he is taken to supply plenty of ma- cheap ;I': : and it has much to
eCOf'11&n.d PATENTS -AND- ment. 'Now look triumphantly They are an eye-glance from outside care a beverage. ;, seasons recommend -

{ exclaimed as he withdrew his glass into tho self too valuable to nure. Often this land. unfit for culti- Build roosts low esj&bially: ff-r: 13r it.Woolen. >

. 'I Hair Dresser.OPEN eye. 'The suspected party scrutinizesme he contemptuously discarded. Pos vation, can bo made very profitable.By fowls. Clean the droppings front cndet' > materials remain In favor
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:Kr" 45 l i. again. A man with cue eye is following sibly they point a deep lesson for trimming the currant with a more the roosts at least onc-'i ji week. ;for dresses, though silk is to be more ;,(:J

opepU: AT ALL TIMES. Mm and the two-eyed man is us. If the blame does not hit the open head mildew may in a measure. Ia no case breed Iron i sickly o'r: wen.z worn than it was last year. There is :

Lb 4NtLIN II. IIOUGD Shop on Call St. just East of Kaitrond not in sight; consequently you can mark in this instance, wn may vividly] at least, bo prevented. The plants constitutioned fowls, 'ts your ;chictca\ : often a velvet underskirt h the woolen "
ii
easily see how I can be of great, of recall instances in our past when we fruit on short spurs of two or three- will be worthless and" also briiij diS; dresses. and Paris milliners arrange i.:1
ln.- ; : :
ftl\1e"'. ... ?:! i4MA. i Will constantly keep on hand a full very "reat.alue to your firm.' were"tanding just where it would have fear-old wood, and should have plentyof ease. J this so as to be visible In little .:

J'r> Llt:1TOn: OF line of the following goods for sale : "But strange to say, I didn't hire pierced us, had it come at that time, room. What view must \"(, take of the glimpses. A scarlet velvet shirt Is' }

ifi"*: (1) Dandruff.Care to,c.'eansc: the hair. him. and .ve are able to impress on our soul From this time on whatever imple- persecutions which belfull us from the thus indicated under one of navy-blue 'ltt
Cream of Roses for the face to remove! life is far different from ments are used in cultivating in the blundering misapprehensions: of others: !! cloth.
lesson
for
"Detective a warning the future. And .
; -_ :..d rligft bhn J"i kin.sunburn.A full tan,line freckles of Razors and smoothe nnd Hone the( ? what it is pictured to be. It is a hard even if the censure is so undeserved I orchard, care should be taken only to relative to our intentictai' ? I Tailor-made gowns and coats are almost 1 i

:::::: '. ,t constantly on hand; old razors repaired row to travel, with but small pay that it fails to remind us of any thing stir the surface to the depth of not Plenty of green fork's in the summer -! the only wear just now. The '

- '...f .L J. W. hICKS: and extremely long hours. A detective -I erroneous in hat we have been and over three inches-and two would be and cabbage. turf ps and ,clover covert coat shows no signs of closing 1;

:ftfv;$ Near U. S. Patent Office. Stark, I-'la. on the trail does not fails to open up to us any weakness in much better. chaff in winter is es intial for. th ) its popularity. though many button-up )!:

t'jr carry seventeen separate and distinct what we are it nevertheless still serves Because fruits get low is not a sure thrift of your flocks 'lAn oats are now worn: as offering better ::1%

8 1J1NGToN i D. C.. costumes with him and make momen- the important purpose of revealing to indication that fruit is not profitable. old goose when: jJdive is known protection to the chest and lungs than F. )

,;'; -4___ WHITE) LGHN tary changes on the street to avert us what some one outside of us thinkswe With proper care fruit can be grownat .. by the rough legs, the.iitrengtb of thpwingD the more easily-donned covert coat t. .: .
( suspicion. According to the novel p.re. Let us strive in every case 01! comparatively a small expense; and ::, the thickness wid strength tl f I that fastens with one button. \.

l. the sketches a good detective is a character censure so to restrain our personal. while it is an item to secure the best the bill and fineness of; he featherS.Itmaynotbeknownthat 5 I Capes are of every shape perhapsthe ,.
United States PatentIUltTTf0rmoderate
;' &Uelldedatore ices. Patent comedian, a prize-fighter a feelings as to be able, without regard : prices. yet often fruit can be sold very the hew i newest being that which-is a; ""1

.:. ?-, 2."olted States and all foreign Eggs for Hatching champion swimmer and runner, gifted! to the motives in the critic that prompt. low and yet giye the grower a fair will thrive much bet *r without the shoulder cape at the back. but in front .

;,'::)'eieetd tn I Mug AND LABELS regis- with remarkable sight and hearing, ed its utterance, to reap for our improvement profit. presenco of cocks than .vith them, and forms a long revers on either side the .

t "J t; formation opllcatlons revived and and lastly possessing an. educationthat the full benefit of that insight One year's seeding requires seven as soon as the chicks:: a-o hatched arid buttons of tho dress. ending In a point rX
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*tt. and advice as to I man might envy. which the censure years' weeding. This fact should certainly no more are desired l, ::.move all t1'io'' below: the waist. The tripple-cape. or '
chut-rfully furnished with ONE! DOLLAR FOR 13 I any college may opeu till
-4 Tliis is the fiction detective."A to us.-S. S. Times. be remembered and both in the cocks. One advantage .;in so doing js :::an'ickis to be seen on some well-cut -' : 1

S PIUJbcl1 i for free opinion I bona fide, common. ordinary.everylaY -0 .- garden auu orchard care be taken to that the eggs:! from Lens, not with :scats: in the park. It is one of those _..

WMt Leghorns fKn p', Strain) trw the detective is a man possess- -A magnificent specimen of the allow in weeds to mature seeds. A cocks. will keep three ijlmea as long ; swill things that a middle-classi. tailor or __ il
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'.. '* n4 furnlsbe4 for 23 oonft* .ca froStablo variety! for Florid:. Brc'iojCiilly : 'fait. and quickness of white swan shot not long since in fc-\\ late weeds left to mature seeds I those suitable Tor; Iftitehiirg. which Jress-aiaker never venturestoattempt.' il.::

r' f' .1IPORdeace,: ln,4. I Lf: Ujperception' illtelligence, who is willing to work Alaska, had wings nine feet eight will increase the work! materially next i is very important aa ilie season LeI I and consequently it holds Its cachet._to'.. #'

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j:7'I r"",<*Sm'. Walked Int.. a oruec.- j;*,..::? '" 5CEMETERIES- OF PANAMA.t 1 I I!i NOTICE. S OF <%1

Circuit of Florida
A special f.iib1r IiInt'n.hami"Al? 1, > In Circuit Court 4th Judicial

< says: A moat i emai kuble. ielignim'rr.rc] ka,. Vented and j .ttodle Barled. In See- i Bradford County. The State of Florida. STERpURli

-% ) BLTKHED WEEKLY 4T-1 has raized the negroes near Besm-nx-r nd ODd Hand CofflM. J.K M. Truby,Merchant 8. J. Sternbunrl and I II AND CO&
? & Strong.
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1e.3RADroHD FLORIDA; nnd the oouutry betw.- ; Jtisd JHrming j jtwin. suit
-4 -_ I vii I' Tb cemeteries of Panama, fire in all, are I Partner doing buaine un- I AITSump"it ,
I For 'some old and ,(y'f' bv attachment
\1t time-past an uesro | ler the firm name }
within minute'
at Cocoa and are one
..c named "Tobias IIckiiod b been proclaim-1' grove of Truby Sternburg IInlll f SUIT sworn to 1 -1
Editor and Proprietor.VBSCBIPTI01V 1 walk from one another.. They are all mauI I Company. $1t'Z'.tI8. ,

.1 Ing himself ns Daniel) the Prophet. a .nl I aged by one firm Bret Obarrloly Cl*. One I VS. -.._- --.. ; s-. };>.-c---- :
doing and .
all kindsof- singular queer t.L.gcott. J
; 1.00 A YKAR. ( of these gentlemen went.with me through all .. 4"
4'. things. The'liegioes in this section are the graveyards and explained everything of The above named defemla-A. L Scott, whose .. ,a; ,.
Entered; and Jlil"ksnn'sIIctions we*. attached to fltY the dpbt' and -
Ign"rant'JInd fupcrsliiiims, property
eearding t..4d of Co-.gres in Interest; The five cemeteries are the foreign All other Interested are hereby notifiedof
with which persons
rile.A.* Qffict. 81n,". Fla.. nt Second and iuiTgre.it powers the Chinese the Jewish the old Spanish and tlMM-ommencement of the above *wt by at- "Groceries

CJ'lMa Matter. lie claims lo have brew-Invest awed I the he'new Spanish. People may be buried in tachment. and are hereby required to appear They want to sell you yonr ; Provisions, Flour |
: I simple-minded negroc plead or demur to declaration filed therein ).i ne I ,
On S/lIur..be. persuniled' three young any of these according to desire. The managers Seventh day of October A. D. JfcK tIle Fame being Corn, Oats,J y and Jlran. :. '
Atlanta is mnch worked of the cemeteries are the only ones in l the first Monday of said month and the rule '. "
up about negro men thattbey"wens representatives the business of manufacturing selling and I IT day of thli Court, or Judgment will be taken
the appointment of clerk of Shadraih. Meshacu and Abcdnego. the AKK4GPOWDER against them by default Good and
a colored three children uf faith who entered the letting coffins; so they hare a coffin monopoJy T. B. RHODES. They want to sell you ymfr Dry !; Notions:

In the pout office. furnace of Nebuchadnezzar of old. Just as the Boston Ice company has a I July 3, laSO. Plaintiff Attorney. :
fiery monopoly ice a New York house has amonopoly I do hereby certify that the abofe I* a true
or want to sell yours Oothing and Furnishing '
They :
Ue t-laimiil that the furnace wht-re iron in haaa. copy of the original notice now on file In my you GOOd

.,._The"prospects for, a term in the is melted mid cast into nil kinds of forms I ome Wtnemy hand. and seal of CVurt this .

penitentiary Sullivan and Kilraineenu wits the furnace of N .buchatlnezzar and .There whatever the Panama coffins Canal they company need for manufacture their- July 3. 185i. W' T. W&JJt8. They want to sell x
thht could enter it and Ihamgb
they pass Clerk
aDd brisk business [SEAL.] .
employes transact a -V .
very ;*
c lo be very pood. without The three the smell ingroes of flre.falling themftlves: In this particular. In the price of coffins Absolutely Pure. I NOTICE. They winito. sell yon yoirV:Uoots, Shoes "mid Rubbers "*?$+

there is a wide margin the mm being from .
The firet bale of cotton this the three children of Israel under t'tu influence (7( to $100. If $7 is than can be powder never varies. A marvel of purity. IN CIRCUIT COURT 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT to'sell -
: year of the new.prophet delHx-rately even higher streoetb and whol somen*. More econonslcal OF FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY.IN They want .: You Your Hardware, Tools and Building 't
old coffin lex clean infood the kinds, and ca not .* in
from Florida ifforded/oa more or L than ordinary
was shipped this week entered Ihe of tim of 'he furnace V
gate cupola 'condition of repair, can be hired for competition with the multitude of low test CttAJfCKHY. ,Material. t'X:
of Tallahassee. and rushed headlong into th _while I short weight alum or phosphate powdrre. Sold E. L. LIVINGSTON) Foreclosurevs. 1 1 3
by .
; 1)V.ulon
; and
heat of melting iron. When they failed; one-tenth the selling price of a new one, oply in cans. ROYAL BAS (O 1 01"DE&(.0.. Hfi }} of
_ out Jackson' tie prophet L a second hand coffin of rather disreputable, Wall Street New York. Di,. A.L.Scorr. 1 Chattel Mortgage. They want to sell you your W;' ons, Buggies, Agricultural Impi '
: T\ro bodies still found Injgbmc proclaimed for interment at $1 the It having been satisfactorily shown to the
a day are that h6 them Ihe appearance, bought emeu ts. Seek and Fertilizers. **
saw rising in
transferred at the This: EXCELLENT EDUCATION Court.upon the filing ol the sworn bill of the
At Johnstown Many are air with the smoke of the furnace attended corpse being grave. AN Complainant In the above cause i" this Court : '>
{ sup by angels, and said that they would Is done to a large extent For instance, if.:a ATVEHY Low RATES lhat the Defendant A. L.Scott is a non-resident They want to sell you yotirjadrtlest, Harness and \VhlplJt:

posed to be yet bnried i in the cellar revisit the earth next The poor man' frienda want to give him a first IS OFFEKED HOTS and YOUNG JOETA of the State of Florida. that he is now residing at
S Sunday. negroes I dass send off for a little money they can hire Colorado Springs which Is his post office address fact they want to sell you everytliiiisr.you iiuvv need. Give
'j: *. propose to meet at a church next Sunday i in El Paso State of Colorado. It i,therefore thelia
county
> a $100 coffin for one-tenth, L e., $10, and buy a rial lunl will be convluftd that they will
: and .pray while awaiting the descent of : DAVIS''CHOOL. ordered,adjudged "nd decreed that noticebe )'ou. Have you money: {.
: MatthewGjbb"led at his home I the three children of Israel. The mother an old one for interment at $1 making f 11, made .pon said defendant A. L. Scott. by 011 everythiuff You buy rnd at tltc! SJime' tiiuo guarantee the ':
or hiring a $40 one, the whole cost II only $5,, This la Military:: Loardin publication. and that paid defendant A. L. Scottai.d qua-.
of of them when asked about '
one said of Goods. i
and
all others interested abOveliult are hereby lity quantity
.. b near N. C. the llth he at andnot hire .f r.i-sS v:
Charlotte $1 I ill the
on the matter: '1 feel jest ns shot my boy is or may buy a one once ; School, and otto ( required to appear, plead. answer or demur to .
4 any other or he may go still lower by not Equipped School t hl the L'uiu-d the matters and things alleged in complaints in
'
S Inst. He wan 108 old.the in hebbon as if I had done bin dar an'seed ; \1
yeaia using any coffin at all, in which case he is States. Healthy location, Fin raid bill of complaints now on file in this office [,<
I oldest man in the state. I 'ira. .Jackson the prophet. com sandwiched between 'two weather Climate, MH4 Winters, Cadet by the 2d day ofSeptember A. D. 1889. the same ;
S mand him to walk the tiery furnaces an* beaterL .Cornet liaml, Ca boards. It is said that he sleeps as L be taken confessed Provided a of this TRUBY STERNBURG :
as copy :
be obleeged! to 'bey hitn Sav. News. ''Full Course of Study, or ircparatlcm COMPANY
.
The culture tobacco has ( .
proven perhaps as comfortably this way aa in the ( for bljLi-st classes oii notice shall published in theBradford County ; ;
TELEGRAPH, a weekly newspaper, publii-bed io
most superbly trimmed receptacle.
.t a wonderful access in Florida. Why Her preference. I any College or fur business. the Town of Starke. to said Bradford County, .' P 5 *
S The graves are not sold but rented tor one Complete Course in Telegraphy. }'Of Register once a week for four consecutive weeks prior to
J do not oar Bradford farmers t We aat upon the topmost step If the rental is not t ,.
counts And talked of this and that: or two years. regular with full particulars address the 2d day of September.A.D. 1889. Witness my

grasp this opportunity and make it a She uiked me If I'd been away, paid the body disinterred, the bone thrown COU, A. C. DAVIS, SUPT.. D.hand 1889.and seal of office this l5th! day of July. A. STARKE ---III i }- FLORIDA.A. .

And bow liked her hut. in a eoaunon' heap and the coffin used as a LaGrnge N. C- W.T. W ELKS. .

paying crop? i iMB 1 We second hand one. This is a very general result Clerk Circuit Court. ;
chr.tted.bout various
'4 .W i i { or novels and the weather thl'gs: of burial. The same system prevails Alliance Matter. STATE OF FLORIDA, 1 I. .

Alabama ita had the sens&lion of For hours on alrao every tbem too, in the Boredas where holes in masonryare The following circular huts just bteni BRADFORD cot. TY. I E. j
1. W.T. .Weeks Clerk of the Circuit Court in OITlI'JSTARKE:7
We there conversed |
a real, genuine, ofd-fathione are usually neglectful after period of mourn the foregoing in a correct copy of the original
Both parties Georgia I asked what paper she preferred Live Oak, Aug. 8. 1889. notice of commencement of suit in the above en C'ALL UEEf
were )
1. prominent? She hesitated rome lug, and a common heap of bones kept in a ( ELORIDA. ;
subordinate Alliances till-d file .
and in
.,S While through thtdark around we heard is There To the county cause now on my office. !
hugh yard enormous. Celestials
railroad
men. Five shots The ..f }'IClridll'BUKTURISHclic.'ving Witness my band and seal of office this 25th
hum.
mosquitp'
? gay Can' ', and Africans are mixed up like day of July A.D. 1880 1 1Jwl
4 .. were fired by one of them, b.only She moved a little closer then," Buttercup's babies. This jumble of human It to lie to the [SEAL.. W. T. WEEKS, To my Putrons and tho general. Public I(woulil respectfully: announce i

one by the other. No harjrn was I And answered "Can't yon guess remains suggests much trouble when Gabriel bestMnterests of our order throughoutthe Clerk Circuit Court: that :I am still nt my old 1 stamlj'i'eady\ to,servo my custoin3rs on short ,
have understanding
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Hint more perfect
Why. the one of all that t.uio me best Who be state we a ." !
blows bis able
will 11
3 ; done and all is now tterene/.except Li The Daily Evening Preaa"Chicago News. the full complement trumpet of his own skeleton to? find The of the purposes and plans of LORI DA CENTRAL p notic1.! As heiemfore, I slia'l') in thc! '(fJltllre use n.ybest.: endeavors J to tnrn -

.. : tho two governors who art11). almost agile one may make up his own deficiency our ntize organization the woik which nnd lies in order before to system us in & PENINSULAR R. R. out good work at a I low fi g\\f'. I hoju'it the 1 j..1ttl'It.! ln of those I in need of q,

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from the pick of the rest,but the slow monogIndiTidual : ,. .
an mad M the Mississippi 9\'ernor GOT Lowry'. Inning, will be apt to miss it I fear there marketing the present crop to our success Formerly the B. & N.Co. t 4
The of Mississippi has one of and profit therefore I. Robert F. Rogers ; Carriages :

about governor will be misfits to the Celestial :7 "
the SulllvM and Kilrain fight. many grave. Vtaudnra Time tT. d.-June 2, 1889. e, '
S Alliance .
the prize righting crowd in his clutches.John I. president of time Farmers' State : .
Who tell whether Is entitled to ad B"U.crJ
:
can 'es
3 I T :SOUTHERN DIV'N.I 8 J 4 a
: The probabilities are that Alabama. Fitzpatrick of New Orleans, the of Florida do respectfully call a convention -
mission if is of
one composed partly some one
S' 50')1::10 M Lv Fernandina 0
the and subordinate alliances a Ar 3 Kip 8 30 a 'i
S will have a court sensation of nearly reft ree. surrendered to the governor and I elaef The very thought is disagreeable an4perp1eU of county Wednesday 7 00 nfl 46 a Lv Jacksonville Ar ISOp 610 aOdOpll27aLv :'WagcLsI \
Jacksonville
was released on a bond of 1000. He t .-A Panama Letter. m 4o meet on Callanan Ar 153p IS 40a 3

S. l the same dimensions as Governor did this not because be was anxious tv the 25th day (If September. 1839, at 830p25p 1242pLv127pi.r: Baldwin Ar I::42 p 51)0) iiI nd Carts ., cl

6*, test the question whether be was amenable 2 o'clock p. in., nUll to remain iu i>e!>siou Lawtey Ar 11 .".8 a 3 55 or any otuc style of -.
0 J..owery's. Window Ventilation. 055p1120p 1 43 p/Ar Starlte Ar 11 28 a 330a250a 1
; I to the law of Mississippi but to avoid for three days. Each county and subordinate 1OWp 22'pArWaido| Ar10525 f :

Terrible Balloon Adventure.Profewor being rested on a requisition from Mis To obtain ventilation by a window without u- alliance will l llC entitled to one 3 02 p'Ar Hawthorne Ar I')23 a 200 aliCe %\

5, Si881 pp1. a draft to strike a person a direction to delegate and each is pecttully requested 4 29 p,Ar Ocala Ar fl 07 p 12 01 a VEHICJLBS.Plows :
5. W. K. Perry the 1Ioonist. effect has been 8Ma ,4lpAr Wildwood Ar K0)a 920p
the ,
following business
Neither Sullivan nor Kilrain has l lwt.iarr.ted. !I constantly repeated to send its moat intelligent .
whose ascension from Concord park in 5lt1 aGOOa 6 10 p Ar Lcesburg Ar 7 85 a 7o5p
this of : but the purpose t<\ arrest tlvm by every hygienist and hygienic publication man. 640p Ar Ta tares Lv flOa 7 00 p
city A
coupie months aio attracted I and carry them bnck to Mississippi im* for a number of years past without i a The program of the convention wile bens 94'a 8 2-J pi Ar Orlando LIi 41 aj/ 4 00 p .
a good 4fftl of .attention fell severil hun.
'
dred feat white, making an ascension not been abandoned. The fact Ihi't the 1 suspicion of its fallacy apparently on the follows: 31 I I TAMPA DIY'N. I I 30 Harrows Qailtivators to order 1

Mount Holly at t i governor of Tennessee refuses to honorrequisitions port of any one of.the public's instructors 1. On the first day to organize and 7 I' P Lv JacksonvtlieArl 6 10 a ,
near Charlotte N..C.. Fri,
1 diy The I for offenders who are ciianrud I "Fit a strip of board into the window casingat tlNcuss questions pertaining to the good 6011 a640a Lv Wtldw
Ins marrvktus} aeronaJJ' was to make only with the commission of misdemeanors the bottom under the lower sash so as to of the oriUr Ar Panasoffkee Ar SOL'p 4 And( otherFa'rzgImpleiwnt.
leap to earth afterJ.n&Oend-) 7 20 Ar Suniterville Ar 7
gives Sullivan nnd Kilrain hope that raise the sash two or three inches and thethin 2 On lhtl1oel'Ollfday\ to hold a siM ing to the belgt of three dt mile 8 23 a Ar St. Catharine ArlAcoochte Ii 4n p I
quarters a
they will not be molested. The position a spaces between the panes, where th 0asesIapovereachotherwilIbeopenaboc with open doors and invite the railroadofllciuls. 930al')25a Ar Ar 60ip5l5p REPAIRING of Vehicles '
descending by the aid of parachute. aI Agriuulifiiinl Inijilements lffil l$ !
The of the Tennessee governrr however, will I e I the bankers and the IxiMiie-s men Ar Dade City Ar M.-ielifnery,
1,500 feat WM attempted ID the pretence' of hnrdly be accepted us a precedent by gpveinors and below, affording egress and Ingress to of Jacksonville or any smiou of ih. slate 12 Oft p Ar Plant City Lv 400p (luii!, Pistols, etc., made neatly I ami stn>iuly by ex 'eiiencedAVorkmeii.

; people. When the balloon (.*d gone of other states Thd constitutionof tho air in vertical directions, while the board to meet with u upward about TOO feet gas could be seen I IS horizontal draft that 7 cJ lp600a 11 Jacksonville Ar HO 610
excludes a would strikea r a
the United Slates provides that a per portal ion mi our produce; rates of III tel cst
', phooting out. and soon the canvas 2 Waldo Ar 10 a- (
began 340p230p
S. q, to drop. Perry was holding! on Under the I son charged in any state with tr 'noii. person near the window. ou lo.iu.s of money! for cotton 'oll.terllll. 7 10 a 3 Gainesvillo Ar! 0 4J a jJ ; SHOEING according to Scientific Principles..G.ARDJNEF1ANPPACE 3

and felony or other crime, who shall flee from The objection to this plan is that it is built and ihe ext clllclICY of building cotton 104.' a 4 45mLV Archer Lv 825 a I-i 15 p :-
parachute
was not aware of
ble situation. The crowd booarnjs Ljis frantic terri justice and be found ii< another slate, exactly wrong side up, in defiance"of the law f factories cotton seed oil mill 1111.1! an- ..4. 7 Cedar Bronson Key Ar Lv 748a530a..., .. ., -

with excitement. Yells shall, on demand of the executive of the of gravitation and will not Qrk. It contemplates ning; (fM.ihlishineal to better enable us to :

fired went ) up and I IS slate from which he fled, be delivered up the exit of the warm and rarefied :'coal rid l hue price of the products ot our I I 1 I WESTERN DIV'N I 2 I Itl: |
pistols were to attract his attention 7 '0 T 15 aiLv; Ja..ktoonville.1 4:
c: but to DO purpose. The gas In tin balloon to be removed to the state havng jurisdiction air of Jho room downward through the colder i farms, and I to Ix-gel a feeling of kindness 8011 pi 8 U HaAr Baldwin Ar 300p p 2451 14Up

"'UIOOD exhausted and ? of the crime air between the sashes and expects the still] I j and nun 11,11) co-opemiion between capital 10 40 pl! 1i 36 a Ar Lake City Ar 1 28 p 11 22 a55a
:
twitching, jerkIng The chances are that Sullivan and Kil colder and heavier air outside to climb ni I- I and labor. 1158 pi| 027 a Ar Live Oak Ar 18860Arll2 II
and it STAriKE Bradford '
5- whirling, began to fafl 1 downward anti those who aided and ward through the lighter inclosed air and l4)al18aAr Madison a 815 a County, Florida
: It was now too late to loosen the rain, abettedthem ; 3. On iii" third: day thu! wurlt. of the 41 a1I252| pAr Montieello610a LV;10 tea 5 25 a
S In violating tile laws of \hssisippiwill tumble over the top of the sash into the j conventionvll be confined '
parachute from tbe wrecked Iwlltan. but I strictly to | anspAr Tallahassee Lv II) OIl aHCOu 810
& > P.- .\ for distance it have t<> go lo that state and bu inut room. The amount of air exchanged betweca :: I1llialic hll ir.l'OS. 8 00 al 3(W p Ar Quincy Iv 150.1
some
was successfurly! eng- for the offences with which outside and inside in this will bo 9211 a'' 4 00 p Ar River Junctlor Lv 7 05 a 120" a
?. neered. : they are way Tire diucrcm tail rouat I lint"4iII I give ESTATE}
? Finally the tJ 1Ioo.1 sed I
- .oI. cal' the charged. 'Mississippi governor hardly perceptible unless a strong breeze reducett rates of fare to Trails Sos 1.:. 7. 8. II. 10. IJ: 11 dail).. \ ;8-i: REAL AGENTS.
may delegates.
1 ; l t lf cl>ute to capsize and all oxm down IK- certain that he will receive mural blows against the window. I 4, 23 i'4. :W daily except Sunday; :l. daily except
% a trrrible crash to the earth. sup F.iilernally.; Mond.iv.FERNAXDINA. _ .
\'t ; .rt :L'\ '>. ceSMkcrowd rushed around the uiifortun- port from all pl rts of the cuntr-:5IlY.. The way to get ventilation through this JtourjiT F. HOOERS.P.ts. AND JACKSOXVILLEBRVlf. .'
S. News. I interspace and a truly excellent way, is to State Alliance I of l'lor lhL. -. .
I No.
. \'r .. :; f' push tho lower sash to the top of tho cas
":(t ,. ;". :',' ',. 111L lor twcniy minutes no dui noi l ing, and up pull the upper sash down within a Mr. Oswald; Wilson. president of the 10 05 a 6 00 p Ar Jacksonville Feriiandina Ar Lv.850a 15 a HWp 430pTrail. ORANGE
,. ij' _/how signs of life. ThefaU Vorld '. Indqutrlnl Item. GRAVES.IMPKOV
". IP: ; .J was few inches of the sill, stopping the gap at the Flu rmr' Alliance Exchange, while on .-* Not. 5 and 6 daily, except iUn IW. Xo. .
: -.' uly estimated from 100 to jOO feet. From I the Manufacturers' record whithkeeps l IMtom with the board above mentioned. The Ij h hi" recent visit north established agenciesnt B' and 61 Sand ty only.

rry was taken to Charlotte std: was well posted on Florida's industrialpiogrcs I outer air will then find a downward entrance 1 New York mid Chic.igo for .:1; a m New Orleans Express lhnrtt'st'R- I
handling:
S. .L 4 ed under medical but tb chun- quickest line h, Middle and We" t Florida
care. j *. we glean the following items points FARMS
: :
r i for hi* recovery are small. .Many of Belt and the lighter air within will escape up. I Floiid.i Iruil. v..t"lahks and cotton committed 1'ensaeola. Mobile and New Orleans. .:15 a. m. 'I D
I That the Tobacco Riilroad Company ,
..-Sanitary Era. to them by member of the alliance. and 7:00 p. in. trains connect through to Thonasville. '-
.o S tw bones were broken. and his flesh was i, I is now operating eight miles of road i Moiitgounery, N"a h\'ille. St. Louis. ('In.cinn

gd S terribly bruised. The fall would have from Madison and will connect nt Belleville : ti.l'hlcnJn.mll\ll potnts North aid Vet.
e" .ti killed him instantly had not the,balloon with the Southern ansi Thus I lIe farmers and fruit growers will Arrive at 2 4" p m, and 3 45 p m. WILD LANDS.
Flo-'
and Georgia Mud nina Feel Comfortable."Do take the inamigciuenl of the sales of their a 45 p ni .11\1111'111! Expieift or all poi 'taSouth
1.v j-.r' parachute broken It to some extent.- rub railroml. F-iur more miles n yet tobe you know what is the difference between pioduct-t, into their own hand! Each QainegvillA. Ocala. Lte&burtr. Tavarta. Apopka.
S. : bIIVUUtII* NCW8. : constructed. It is then proposed to Orlando. Ponns.>tTki'e"t( Cathnrin -". Ua..Cit-,
you and myself ", I'nl will INjvii'l a stipulated! silary, and Plant CIArri"O i at I 5 I p m. 4,000,000 4crcs'or land *
t4 build southwardly: via Mo,ely Hall 'nndIVrry I I Mousing) to (ho FLOKIDASOUTHKIIK
I 1... Bargain Made. 1 This conundrum WM hurled at a Pittsburg will i I I 1,1"11111'1'11; direct i C'liii'l ii luie.I I ulI with 1 700 p in Local. connects thiouph for all points

k' 1 la; Taylor county' to )Deaditian'tor : : : broker by his better half who had been sitting t the I pioduriTi I : 1\s home. Their ]>riHiicliillbeje.ilniily South. Ucal.1 Gainesville L.'etnr. T.iTar, KAILWAY CO. ,ii tnh'itt'd the
I much throughout
After the : state and
rl
pow-wow Cedar >
requisite num- : Key. The raL.tll! pt: through! "Si I I I uanh.-II- ndo. Tarpon Spiinjrs Suutlirtrmnd, ht. ,
watched nnd
t up for him when ha arrived At home
ber of the Sioux Indians have agreed t>> s: of the finest tobacco lands lersbnrjcandTainpa. Arrives at C Oa in. Pe-l :
me the
:: give up their great reservation in South Thnt box fict sn about 1 o'clock in the morning."Can't gluts ot the UUiki-t-i;: will la toieslalled ; 11 I 45 a m "umbci-land flouite Expl'eos Con:' : ejctumling southward from the soutli-'bomwlary of Ctortjia to Fort llarre] ,
xtnte will
l II cigar .ry sum say my dear" he replied. What tniils nnd vc!einliles! will lie sold/ at- "uc- at Fernandina with steamer City of Brunswick
S > 'Ma to the government. By this act he in, for in Monroe
ojR-iHlion at TllmpI.ThIL ti otLeiwiv.. daily Brunswick. Maoon Atlanta. Chnttanoo l'ount'j ,
i is Itr' >ni. or : mil) at the moment .
S. ubout eleven million actcs of Ian.I will be : :\ company: basf- n organized to .a, LouisviMe, Cincinnati, St. Louis and
: "You speculate all day and I be dl"l'lIcllm.st adviMble.' Mr. Wilson Arrives
'spec' Chicago. lOOp
10 selllqriienl most of it well you m :
open in WhterA'orks
10 agriculture and of adapted put at Madison l late at night"Pittsburg Chroni will spend th" winter in New York, supervising 4 30 p m Fernandina Mail and Express dailv Liberal Terms and Specia, Inducements are ojfcnd to
some it. no That efforts are made lo build
# lieiiijj i n and directing receipts and sales. except; Sunday. Connecting Tuesday and Friday
doubt very valuable for its deposits of coltuu mill at Jacksonville. with steamrr St.Nicholas for savannah and way:
:, mineral. TItlhe cotton gins of Luke City Gin- Not a Doubt of It. 1 iniesL'nion.At landings; Thursday with Mallory steamers BONA FID 'SETTLERS.
Mr. ll New \ork. Arrives 8 50 a HI. Sunday train
Ireathead
An area ns t large as Florida is rescued ninii Co. will removed have devised a great -
S be to Madison. its last meeting the Lake county Alliance l leaven Jacksonville 8 45 a m.
from a npame nomad population and will and in their ; scheme Mr. Holdon, a railroad to convey This new service give
place machinery will be put h perfect connections at 3JOUCa Acres WillUins Swanu's land and lands
passed Ihe following) resolution awl : ot
to all the principal cemeteries. ; : Baldwin for all
ytMin teem with Ihriflynetllers intent on I in for manufacturing Letting and other corpses points North East and West.

gaining from the virgin soil its richest CtreasUrv& .)ttOfl goods at Lake City. 'Mr. Uoldon-If you can assure them of a "Hesolvtd. Thatlhc county alliance of Via via Fernandina Callahan to,all connecting points North: witli East steamer and West City Sam'I I A. S\\ann, situate on both 8uU' )f the Florida( Railway and Naviga
return ticket fortune is Duke docs
Thit the Phillips Tobacco Company. of your made.-Plaila- county unanimously endorse ol Brunswick for Brunswick Macon, Atlanta,

.. r.. The Indians are to receive about 14. New Yoik, will soon prepare 500 acres of delphia Call_ _ the slate Alliance Exchange of the state and all points North and Wet. (iou CVs line of Railroad between F'eriiandiua, on. the Atlantic coast, and

000,000 for tbe concession and adequate l land near Lakeland for tobucco of Flor lla. and recommends the establishment A. O. MacDonnell,
culture.
lands in The Blamelest Creatures. of I'nmch exchanges 0. E. Maxwell, u. p. st. 'r. A. Cedar Keys, on the Gulf of'Mf xico. .
as as
severally elsewhere. The transfer That a lue sugar refinery will l he established I. MOOD possible Uen. Manager.
5r is % fal r bargain for both parties. The at Oakland. "I used U think" said Undo Ezra, "thet mind would' heartily recommend tint --- .-

*d .' .gwlcfare gets the soil be craves and the That :he city council of Sanford has this thing uf gals kissin' pug dogs was purty tin farmers and frm giowers of the state U. D.

; tvd kui U paid an )honest price and is appropriated $33.000 for sewerage and rough, but sence I come to town en' see some pat: i'onizo the AllianceExchange%" in shipp MINER ORANG GAOVS and.JJHPROVED'FARMS

provided with a new home and a better f).(({) for school buildings. of the dudes-well, maybe the gals ain't so ing and buying.. _4' z=.. 1WATCHMAKER-'-:
-.5 1"hapc. in life, That Tampa will soon have cremator much to blame Arter all."Merchant Trav --- ------ A SPEc4LTY.fordLriptive

,:: The white mad is learning at rather a and fire-alarm system, and a new railroad eler. The state Farmers Alliance I I of Alabama. .

, ; latedaytodeal squarely with the Indian. _ _
to. Soul huerland.So has adopted the following resolution:

' .4 It is better to puy the Sioux 14000.000 we grow. Dry buckwheat flour, repeatedly applied, "Kesolvj-il, That the members of the Send p mplz ] maps e1i .

!r and throw in what fkrrus they need than I will remove obstinate grease spots from Farmers' Alliance reiterate their determination -_ .

:. to pick a quarrel with them contrive a I A So a them Exploring Expedition. carpets, woolens or silk tf, use cotton hugging for wrapping ; -- '- '
P\
few and then steal their land : I I \" .
massacres
asS The cotton, and will under circumstances LUuiPa1ci 2
Manufacturers' no WJl1OV
Record of Baltimore I- i 7 \-K"
m punishment which has heretofore been Vacation, I J i
which is for use jude; ami th:,t this rewduhlni') be trans- .
ever working thn advancement I.
I the fame In the far West. (etropolis. of the &uth. has undertaken "'Good-1 y. dear dollar mln, good-by milted to the convention of commNsion- >iilllii! IIHtr!

:t :: one of the greatest enterprises of the day. Vacation'T). time lhat we should pan ; ers of agriculture of the southern states
Tapa "briR. dawns and 1
now must
: I With a view to making known to the I to meet in the city of New York on the

Tampa is blessed with \vic1 wak world the vast wealth of the unexplored For recreation slait. 0lh, in!I.. and by that body be picsentcdto \ -4V p- '

stirring drive-ahead citizens and through mineral and timber regions of the South I. So snnir n youth and sped away; the cotton exchange. ods StOle
S efforts
.4 their a I WE:11.JJt: Dr'y
grand thing tor Florida is (
which railroads have not yet opened up 1 to Soon by the sounding sei: :

,..S. there now being U worked indication up If successful, and public investigations, that progressivejournal Ills dollar dwindled day by day The Augusta cotton exchange on Aug. STARKE. FLA. !

: every that U will be, lisa organized a fully equippetlexplQring While be lived etiily. 14th. passed the following resolution CPeotal! attention piven to repairing Watchet
this scheme will not alone\ ; ,
greatly benefit Odocks and Jewelry. &c.. &.. All work dOD
; Tamp and the whole of Florida ,but will of patty I under,tl\e management Amid the breakers white lie rolled, Whereas the farmers of the So ?th have at reasonable pr Major Goldsmith West
Bernard of
.' foe ot I\Unuallmportance All careless of Old Sol; determined to substitute. liS far as possi '

%.; The plan Is to establish a line of Amer S Birmingham of mineral a noted expert In in the exploration And many a tale of love he told ble. cotton: bugging for jute; n"d "hJr.Aa ., :FL.-\..

L S, lean steamships from Tampa to A plJ- this announcement regions.in its last issue making, UManufacturers' Beneath a paraso;, Whereas the Southern manufacturers' DRUG STORE : .
-
wall and to make this Association at its last meeting in
a sure success, the, Augusta
., is Racord says: "We uuvearranged Flirtation? Yes, a little-nr substantial aid ,
. \ Congress to be memoralized asking gave to this movement -
to place at once in the field an Ice cream and opera airs
S that the be subsidized by agreeing to allow producers the
3. tent uf qne company million dollars a to for the five ex expedition\ scientific and practical whose Upon the pier-then still some nvue difference in the weight between jute and -;- -- -- "(UZticYhte
ttm1
.. yean and that Tampa be made year a port ot duty report it upon shall all be mineral to visit districts investigate of nnd the Flirtation on the tlairs. cotton bagging thereby enabling the : 'l"nn J t1 003,

tntry. tbe company agreeing to operate a I Southern states. This i has been Result-a scarlet face and nose- planter to receive a part of the whole of

4 tint-clap line of steamers of American I IS Ia organise. expedition The holidays nil spent- the increased price paid for cotton bngg-. \
solely the
build. by Manufacturers Tin of Lou bit; therefore be it '
nUll
types likewise Rose :
Record GOOds
and the of its r
The Tampa board of trade laid this Mppenr only io this reports journal- It work is estimaled will I heath gone-.--and not a cent. Refolved, That the Augusta exchange toeSf Mil Jiuei.'y

mailer before the of pledges the support of its members
board
Sc trade of Chicago that the mission will last 8i -Boston Globe. to this
and invited them to send a delegation or eight organized movement instituted by the GENT'S \
>hs AND
mon
West BOYS' BATSBOOTS
be
Major will assisted
; t<' investigate tbe by farmers of the South to AND
feasibility of the them SHOES
; protect
plan. AND
r a scientific staff of his own selection aDd The case of the Florida map who bad I L -o ,
The
result selves
that the
was the Chicago Board ol will bis love letters read in against bagging trust or any
remain in the field for the next s ix court not long ageis
trade produce exchange, exchange months. Outside of the several districts attracting considerable attention atl similar combination and will use in any J. L. GASKINS- FINE CL OH1NG.bO1NIBA2AAt
r and fair
and
: commercial exchange all proper means the influence .
passed of
reso
with which Major West has been intimate l least the lore letters are. In u postscript -
5 lutions favoring the the exchange to further the DEALER IN
mernoraliiiDg of the : ohjects and"
ly connected Je will with him to ope of the letters be offered to deliver
a
carry
Congress. and all the lines of railway be regular l.OOO.OOO.OOO.WO kisses to his best put into practical shape the means bv Drugs & Medicines
fwce and cirl. #
tween Chicago and Tampa have proceeding on horse which the planters can the full \ : \
formed get ben
a i The Boston Globe thinks :
buck II \
camp! by the Generally I he thc contract was ? :
.... .' pool *a to low through rate way. fit of the movement to substitute ;
'S connection with operating in will l-Hve the; assistance i of an engineer and a very big one, and it says: "Whoever made from cotton bagging Starke, FinPI'yi1s' J j I V I I \ \ I I I !
the other
steamship lines. or any borne
geologist. a timber expert. a secretary and will take Uxe trouble to figure it out will I product
::1 A party nineteen prominent for jute bagging: and we invite
S ,CbicJgo necessary servants. The idea of the expedition find that cve.nf tilts amorous southerner the Prescriptions ;
business men. representing the eommerclil should give ihe lady 15,000 kisses cooperation of all l southern exchanges in
is p
not to jump from place to a min- O.
BUILDING.
& bcdles Cdrefll1llCJmpou1l.lul
of Chicago and giving effect to these laudable at nil fiourt.dui -
thrw newspaper and affirm efforts of fI"
place by rail but to go through the you- u'e ( we that no person could the .
S, S and reporters of the Tribune Herald try in a leisurely way study i its climate, Lope to do betier tl'an thai). Hurt even if southern producers.-*Times-Union., migfiiFOR .

Inter-Ocean under the guidance ell! conditions. resources and opportunities be could keep up 'this rate of osculation I -- t 3 .
I --" -
Mr. S. The other .
A. Jones of day n with .
Tampa tramp
to wbose vim a decided SALE.
and0 etiand twenty-four hours
day
ei'-e the public an unpr ju a never pausing to, I -
>. m| energy much of the success of this inteli! ent, and take breath Hibernian cast of features, eutered the P E
sleep 4L
U due. last week made .rcnt report. This is undoubt working 365 kitchen of one of Near City of Starke. Bradford E: R SIN'
a tour Starke's County.
.8Ian ovt-r tilly one of the most remarkable instance days every :year, it would tAke him more most pious l Florida
in ladies with
routes an. elegant parlor ;ar udvWtedTampA. h of enterprise --which any paper in thiCountry than 104)) years to complete the contract tin. following eloquent remark SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY OP ALL KINDS AGENTS

They exprcsse;. themaeIves hus ever undertaken and is far Even at the end of that lime there would ; A GOOD ORANGE GROVE ,

as being well pleased, and the final t ahead of of the before remain an undelivered balance of 'Good marning, Missus! Foino mam'." OF SCO -
anything kind more TREES
eyer I Well n number of PEACH
accomplishment of the plan is almost "
a proj-cted by any weekly journal in America. than 200,000.000.000., a number which in TKEF.H. GRAPE VINES. Mbtc
'rt.lnt7'r bodies i "An' PLUM and ta1UtJS
few of mep in the would yea kolndly give she
\\\sv\f well
Union The Manufacturers' Record \a \ might appall the most iudusUlous. poor PEAR TREES and other Fruits ,
are powerful and successful in I thramp mouthful o' ; a good
d grub
I "ie work
for
It great the South in the House and
Jfuinlrg the eur. oT as s the board "1 mn '. if other buildings nil in good
ougreu not
you are a Cntholic. I SKA-SIDE
past, and to that it adds this brilllanfccher.it1. UBRARY
now repair. The land A I> FINK
is
.xif i rude oT Chicago.; never give alms to Catholics." wet I t'llltivated ; the ; CIGARS.
.
I to accomplish still more for this Do not complain replied the is
This prove bitchy fet to
undoubtedly means ft big boom lady. "Are jou a ProteitautJ" strawberries. On .
I section. The heavy expense of this exI O'er too much min.i nccouiit of ---
frS Florida-aud to Tampa the "Yiz" other business will sell this
belongs :
,\n.Floiidian > I thai plorin j.ulrnuuL.F'lorjutjaii.ul".dition111% be born solely.. I by ';i Which hurts your grain "Of wlmt denomination?" pro pc'rty. For particulars address Lock SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR AXY PAPER MAGAZINE. Oidew

But. t l" H'}ck all." iliiorougbly drain. U'is 29. solicited nut! attention
prompt
.1 given
"Oi to
,. : am a Iia-r-r-dshell Mithodiat. n\u.u.: sam -

\ nuil6tf Starke, Florida. ST.1 KF. FiJi. .January 13.* IKS-S 'n limi '.

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MINKS Tobacco & Segars I .80RB EYES. Will sell our lawns at reduced. I I Last Friday, while ]11' J. Uglow ( Finding som| dillVcis in its operations ntnkce be" ."We offer 5 On".HuiuiJ,'.Thi.t( Dollars re .- 4'-, '
.sinf
BEDFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ? HM-IB
convc'
decided | lr "Ill that cannot
Perfumery. Artlclcles, When you have price* and wife were away from their home, ,I machine wj.lcfL alllioatfii crude, it&>ne goto the I IIU'
"
affliction' takln
Uaskinft Drug go to Truby, Sternburg & Co. -- ---- I a short distance north of town, their ah.ut l..ube! tmi4'quantity of :cotton ptrlay OTF. I CHENEY CO, Propdejora.'

MEACHAMS'OpposiM Drugs & Medicines. Store, Call street, A few baby carriages low'at Starke, Fla., Aug. 16, 1889. house was entered by a burglar "nd UMiaily turned out by (4ie English.! .

Prescriptions a Specialty.- and geL; H bottle of Truby, Sternburg & Co. :jits contents thoroughly ransacked.As giii As Ihe .'ulltn ginning Hf".ISuD ,cJe! We, the undersigned, have .known

Beck's German \Ve .Mr. knows much for not List over \"IY lilt}& lh.-!Importance F J.Cheney for the last 15 years and
Pole Office. at RIVERS & JOINER. Kye Lotion. are determined to 'clear onj Local I Uglow too this Cud will be apparent to itU.! believe him perfectly honorable in al

our summer lolliing. Come early keeping his money anywhere but in I Ic'f Tin points of vihu .mtricin gin" arc basinet transactions, and financially/'

R.: M. ALVAREZ, N. J JONES, and get the }bent-fit of the reduction. The Misses Fearing have !had their I his pocket, the thief found none, us follows: 'Thfc' English gin i 4 it gin II'rull'r I able to carry out any obligations madf .

= c B Truby. Steritluirg & Co. painted. and left in disgust.The madiiittJ \ OK1LUIX : cottage dou- \\rtTa..aaU.AX. i
Dealer in .(1) machine mill$ therefore turns mil
= Raspberry julep, a new cool drink, explosion in the TELEGRAPH oi Whole**!* DniKffiatft, ,Toledo r
(D 2 Miss Clara Ill? the nmouit cotton.
Dry Goods & a : never known in the city before, for York Darby school.expects soon togo office 'ne day last week was not flu One l 151\ clltl'"t *'nd t Ie, one of Urn Anu-r WALDISO KIXXAX .\cMARYi*. i.'" S
U New Toledo.
MERCHANDISE th.
to
GENERAL to ImnfuM'1
3 25LJU pale Meaeham'a.} .I Wlioleeab* ,
at :
i I M-rio'is as reported. It did not result lean gluts: thttvfore: reducing i
Groceries. STARKE, FLA. 2 i A remedy for hard times-buy I R. \!. Alvarez' store window has from a dynamite bomb throwninto ginning The stripping one-hdf.r bv which the seed '('.'Lbier Toltl'lu National Bank
grocesw Toledo, O.
taken
I your goods at orran improved appearance. ink
.= J g 5'- our keg by tlome'eRemy, as is removed fr m]the rolton is done by a Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken interns-

jL'Thockotfour: V. D. MINER, w .m Truby, Sternbcrg &; Co. Advertising pays. gentlemen, and thought h)? some, but originatedfrom balauccd; shnfj. trus? :ivoding the jerking I ly. acting directly upon the blood aunt
acr .vest md of : ; The finest some tire crackers in the nvtion ltr (' the EJighsh 'gin ami of Testimonials
Call t. terk& 1'1&,400 ; aI 0 confections are kept by don't forget.it. It costs but little; pistol pecu ; IDIICU4 surfaces 'hit "yaU'.
*
Yd*. depot New E Walter Wills.We it.Mr.. pocket of Sir. Wm. C. Barnes, when reducing the cost n repairs.All I sent fn e. Price 75 rent per
8teetsou JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. ; ; ca try raid in the act of the jc-uriKib; of lhl: nuichim are bottle. Sold by all Druggist aug 9,
rtde. About ODe ) will sell clothing cheaperthan Bennie Davis be found gentleman was outside of t1udru,'and n. s:>ml CUM get
m .
= bwtac Orange. Repairing specialty. Oasklns Block. t : any house in the can rtriking match on the bottom of into them from Ib'* cotton aud wear them A Bare .1...
MCtdU -
.r JNIOfId$ .. Ii county. behind the counter in R. M. Alvar
e d 1* 5 & his inexpressibles.V Hli.im: says Illdoctln't > Mr. .\. C. White. It41ptrintf.nei.mt'M the
i1ited .zoefleetStarke. Fla. .. --1 : m TVuby, Sternburg &. Co. ez' More. I mind being blown up-he out.The power w atplu-d to the 'idrippers.and famous King giwc war Wildwood. uuexrthetl -

'bLF.kStrke-L s .: Shoes, Shoes, Shoes, aT is used it. I I to the rot r. by chain belting, at sum rare treasures in the grove
tf Starke is by no means a dull town. to week. The most curious thing found
u' i N. J. .Jones &; Co. these should run f with different speeds lASt
COFFINS, CASKETS n1 :Fresh_ If you are looking for a dull town, I One day last week, while an old This is not done: with the English gill.'rhe was an ancient coin of the reign of Alex. 5'
d It Confectionery and Fruits at call farther Routh. belling used 5n the English gin is of ander the Great. The coin i is silver abont .

-Ji 1 Metallic Burial Cases etc. I Ii MEACEI AM'S. colored man was digging out :t leather and u-;hU the belts arc short it is the size or a fifty-cent piece. On one.side Sis

anted Corn, Oats: and Hay the The city dads have a water (.1rt. stump in the west end of town, considerable trouble to keep them tight, the embossed likeness of Alexander on

CRATES.CRATES.E CRATES.TON.: TON.TON.RM in of stock any style by price or size always kept WIu load at N. J. Jones & Co. by tf car of 150 gallons capacity. So much some colored boys made his head a thus causing nianv delays. Thin difficulty the other three Grevk mot toes nUll the

E for our new waterworks. target for numerous brick bats. A is overcome i;> ,the American gin by the nude likeness of a Greek watrior armed
TRUBY. STRRNBURG&(). 0 IJelding & Hro Standard Spool passer-by asked him why he did notdrn'e use of clllLinbch )g. with sword helmet ami shield. Buried '
= c Silk for sale at N. J. Jones & Co. Work on Mr. L. B. Powell's house The Enghishin weighs atx-nt 900 Ibs., with this coin was found a vessel of antique -

Itd. t easouable is progressing finely. It will the boys awa'Cage I ain'thurt while the African gin will not weighover design-perhaps a Greek wine Jai$ S

aV.1V.. Meacham -' Boarders I 30 City Lots for sale cheap be ready for its soon yit, sah. Yo'u jest wait till 500 Ibs.,ft.tanmlu freight to pur- and a curious knife and something like a .
Centrally located. Apply to N. J. occupants.Mr. dem coon's gittin' tired an' hit low, chaser. I' 1 Common hoe-pel hups a species of battle

j LBEIt LBEItL. 41 Notions and Fancy Articles, c t easouableTer Jones, Starke,_Fla._ F. Edwards, Jr., is preparing so it hurts, an' den I hits, an' if you The points.4t f s superiority claimed for ax. Mr. White appreciates his find and

Fruits cc SummerBoarders i The finest line of Dress Goods land for a strawberry patch in the see any young darkies limpin' 'boutbeggin' the American! ire carwteiiy. economy will not part with hU treasures for love or "
Confectionery. of labor in durability of the S
t STARKEFLA.w and Silk Ribbons at northwest portion of the city. liniment to-rnorrer, lay it to parts mosti&v\ 'iItipitn| 'Ui wear no delays caused money. _ _ .
B. B. B.
The Women Praise
1 r Opposite Post Officed Summer tf N. J. Jones & Co. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. M. L. dis yete rooter by loose bc.-ls;; sind. reduction in cost of The suffering of women certainly awakens the S
-
_Iu&._ There is in Johns of this the 13th If A 'I'ED. shipping cxpcjikslDr. ; ; Their
town the (
J no State that city, on inst., J. L. G*. .kiii3, cf :tarkt.. has interested Sympathy of every true philanthropist.
: Starke Stables sells goods any lower than Starke, a son. Weight 9 lbs. Marion is the To board 2 or 8 young Misses from then himself ,fa Uw manufacture of the I best friend however U B. B. B. Botanic Blood *


I Livery g Few and no firm in Starke offers a better happiest man in town. e of 11 to 14. One of the best schoolsin American com : gin. and has ordered Ralm), 8Pd to Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. *

; stock or lower prices than the south established in Slarkc by (the twenty. v. of juern, which an- tube; nun for proofs.H. S
; & J. W. ANDREWS, Prop. r Rev. Waruboldt will conduct di- middle of September. Only one death ufdctured by :the industrial machine .L_ Gmidy.Kennesaw. Os.writes: Three .
.- .. Truby, Steinberg & Co. I I vine service at the Baptist church among school children in ten years. Good works.-Tirnc-Uoiou. bottles of B. B B. cured my wife of scrofula.

Everything that can be found} in churched, good society, excellent water. Mrs. R. M.Laws.Zalaba FUv. write: I have .
I | C next Sunday, Aug. 18th, at the usual S
: _
c. Carriage horses to r.t: Itb .
hirc'day or night.
first-class Cull on or address, never used anything equal to B.B. B. '
-. 2' t .' FLORIDA FLORIDAFm a Dry Goods Store can be hours, morning and oveninf. MISS MARY MOSELEY. Something Jnl<|rtf jib: tLiufr.tastbie very sweet; .Mrs.C.H.&'. Rocky Mount N.C.writes: 'ti'. S
.C. 0 I am ready to do hauling on short found at N. J. Jones & Co. tt 1 1Ladies' A most deiicioCi .tuiiiuiinilt: with in"ntlienbt
Confectionery ConfectioneryTobacco .
:
; Edison, America's great inventor, East Starke. next door to Dr. T. Powell. complete; ,I J- Not a day for IS yean was 1 tree from headach* t

._ 5 'i. notice. My turnouts can not be excelled Vegetables Tobacco the market liue Shoes, the cheapestin will have to fall back on Oanter'ma South Bradford New. But if.an on, on.tx.ion* r the heArt and mind aresour B. B. B.entirely relieved me. I feel like another
at N. J. Jones & Co. f, person.
or. V in the state, my prices are the etc. ic chicken cholera cure. Sola The bard rains last week caused lakesto It; has DO great 1..gutltcuce; it Ioei half tu Jamee W. Lancaster. Ha'.rIiiasvUle,Georgia:
o : a Country merchants will find it to fill and cotton to lie power. i tJ j j'
tu
and warranted by Rivers & Joiner. up injured some My wife was in bad health for eight yean, five
J .;' lowest. My sale stable alway contains LSWALTER their interest to buy their spring extent on low lands. Hence the importance Some thing made ,nothing- and never twice the doctors and uaay patent nwdiciQea had doQO S

t .- a lot of first class bargains for Z Cigars Cigarserages erages =rMQ stock from Truby, StWnberg & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McRae, of of draining where it is necessary, to Though name'tis know T'In every country where love her DO gQO& Six bottles of B.B.B.cured hor Of

c.:3 .- : Lemonade Soda Water this city, have been married fifty- secure the crops. has had antftei'' 5Ii".8.Tomlunon. Atlanta, Oa.. aa>s: For
'i Ginger It is clearly meant.,fur:giving though it 1*sometimes S
r = g. the buyer. Give me a call. WALTER Pop, ice-cold Aleacham's at all four years. Both are healthy now We see a good sign in our community bough;Hud acid. years I suffered with rheumattaa. caused by
e and bid fair to live many -that of a larger acreage of cliutus Spanish And like coffee "wt: potato, I it not ko Rood kidney trouble and lodigeHton. I also was fceb .
Hay Corn Oats E times. years peanuts. etc., and a goodly number of when cold. I and nerrons. ILB.B. relieved me at once

Heiberger & Richard. Car load of Flour just arrived at longer. hogs to eat them. which means A supplyof It;oft appeases dihdbrd "ben words hate failedto although several other medicines had failed.
Rev.J.M. Richardson.CUrkstoc. Ark.,writes
:
and Flour at -Dealers m- DEALER N. J. Jones cheap cash store. 8 Mr. Mailing G. Griffis died at his home-made bacon for next year. Whether please bestowed, r.uvg-injclv or gives juttto My wife suffered twelve yean with rheumatism
CooSTAU STAU STAUZAAR son's residence Lakeside Mr. J. A. Knight and family have been tease. and female compUlat. A lady member of my
Beautiful line of I. diei' Parasolsand near Aug. church had been cured by B. B.B. She -
persuaded
detained at his fatuer-ui-Iaw's Mr. .J. C. I I For a launh will often? have one from doing
NJ. JONES.Stub. STAPLE & FA .CY GROCERIES, Sun Umbrellas itU 13th, of dropsy. He was '6 years Harrington near McMeekin[ on accountof methlng wcrne, my like wife B. B.to B.try,as it,it who quickly now gave says her there relief.In nothing -
seldom
And the lips that tAntfe tte swertnem are
Q old. He ]leaves wife and six children
a sickness of of his
U Co. severe one children.
'I'rubySterubuig and
beard to curso.:
Fla._ HAY & GRAIN. Ladies' Slippers_ Newport and to mourn him. Mrs. RE. Fox worth has returned from 'Tis the strangest ixIJcst nilxturr,this S something Peterson's Macaxtue.
Peterson for 1 is
T. MOIXINaSWOBTH i ZAAR ZAARing. Oxford Ties at Everybody in Starke is preparingfor Island Grove relatives, where she has beeu visitingamong Which is never made t't6n of I1SL tor bt.handled, although 'tis our table. The September steel enirraving'Pick already oa a .'.

Fruit Jars. Wooden, Willow, VIOLINSAN |II| Truby, Sternberg and Co. a big winter trade. I Business: Mr. Ooodwin,, our newly appointed Which often will caught not spot; t->keeping. whatever be the Back" is a charming picture; (;e" wood.
Shoes Illustration "The Young Family. Is ex.ccedingly '
Boot &; will :
[ VIOLINS Summer Dress Goods in endless soon begin to boom and Bradford clime. s 5
road foi this
supervisor district down
and Tinware. was For this something rafj\&Of nothing will stand pretty. The illustrated article!
andSTATIONEKY. OFVIOLINS variety at Trilby, Stembuigand Co. county will show the world last week looking after the interests of the test o< tun..*.1 gives a variety of head dresses and sostumes -

made to Order We handle Geo. P. Plant's celebrated cQ ONICAS.ONICAS.INE Mixed Table Nuts at Meacham's. that there i is life in Florida.Mr. the public road G. 41: -Milwaukee; SentineL abd describes them ia a charming

Miss Bowman's "In St. 1
ineat1onu.The serial
Eleetrlei4 am-
SWEET HOME FLOUR. OfficeBui I I Parasols from 25c. to 5 dollars at N. J. Jones, our enterprising What Florida Prudnrr*. way. Parish." ends most
< before a icfvrcc iu i many touehinglj.
done ijilu u
testimony
Rertng nt3y Office Tl-p little item bus been ,
Jhace[ & Sanborn's Coffees. PostOffice Truby, Sternburg and Co. merchant, aud his popular little son, following going New York, to determine whether nut while the other continued story fed

J. J. Langlas Crackers. HARHO $ $ r Master Rodman, left Wednesday to the rounds of the press. The strawberry executions of criminal Ly iLtlriciiywould und 1" concludes in as sprightly a manner S

Henderson KSand .J- Saved spend a few days in Jacksonvilleand estimate is too low, ns Bradford county! be :iitd therefore uucouMilutional as it romn.enced. The short sto ies are S

J.M. Armour & Co's Meats. ( by buying goods at Pablo beach. The TELEGRAPH alone received the last season over $100.- in l'rul.. th l, bs brought nut some ,exceptionally good and the fashion and
MORGAN'SPost Truhy, Sternburg and Co. interesting the M.IIsalious household notes are ns ct\mt lete ns ever.
000 for her and slatemtytta Concerning I
We have recenly added to our stock NEW Job lot of Hosiery at wishes them a pleasant trip. strawberry crop we suppose of poplo.\-'! have retlvel electric -. The "Talk fay a Trained fluise" gives
little
was received by some other
useful much direction
PHOTOGRAPHED a large Baldwin dry air ref'igrator |II| Trilby, Sternburg and Co. Judge \V.V.. Tumblin causedour counties: who had come iutrf h contact, ltuee.with elOt the person wires, lifting aol and moving needed a helpless person.for

and will keep butter and cheese in Ladies' Sun Hats at features to relax and shape Florida annually produces $30.000 of a dynamo exactly? ike that to l be used. Altogether this number thoroughly maintains -

-1._ good order. :Better' Time Truby, Sternburg and Co.: themselves into a radiant smile, by worth of honey, $40,000 worth of strawberries In New York if tM i errv law is declined "Peterson's" high reputation. Ad.

j j Old presenting us with a lot of those $ O.tl) worth of hops. $350.000 constitutional, staid Hut he rememberedfeeling dress Peterson's Magazine 308 Chestnut
. (
Apple Cider and The TELKUKAPH i is a live paper, a. newspapers for sale at this extra fine pears for which his orchard worth: of beef, $30,000 worth of sheep, as if be K.id {len pelted with street, Phlladel hllL Terms, $2 a year. SIt
that is fully up to tie times. It than now toaspherry office, 25ct a hundred.
paper bricks then asifnUof Ihe fillings hud
worth of
750.000 $350.000 of
is famous. Our thanks pones Knocks oat Malaria.Kilmain .
bas heart the Judge.A
julep at ProsPerity of liiadfordtouiity Pel'fums, Florida Tfater aril fish stud oysters. $3.500.000( of oranges, been jerked out of !<.is.tcylh. ,mud then n.!it "
aud its and knock out Sullivan if he a'
people neglects no SUBSCRIBE metal lemons limes and he had been tied ii> i. knot scourged allover mcy
opportunity lo advertise this wection. Cologne at_..Meacham's.PI'lJne8 counterfeit dollar caused pineapples $65.000 of wishes but that has nothing to do with
at Therefore should lie deal of excitement the sugar and molasses. $200.000 of rice. with a bundle of steel rods, aud
The
supported. Itaisi a good on the malaria which "grows wild"in some
TKLR BAPH costs only dollar a ,'ear.or the I n s. Figs, Appler>, streets Monday. With the counterfeit $500.000 of celnr, 20.000,000 of lumber thrown violently to tk'grlud. Auctlicr of the swampy regions in the S'nth. A ..th.. -' "-
MEACHAMS Orange Lemons at Meachain's.Every und ( worth of witness testified thai h-i if he hud '
S You cannot afford to be without it. For $4(0.000 cotton; a tutal of fdll who has been there writes S
coins in circulation and the robberies man : .hg'- }:
six !motth only fifty cents twentvliveents been severely benle'i l. und th.it afterword
TELEGRAPH
; department in our store is Greenville S. C.
foi three inontiiH. committed in and :around the $30,000,1100A he was very sore. .Another said that he jni1ec.
S J J. ECKERT full to overflowing with new Correction.In Gent1cmenlvmg used your Calisaya T q
goodsat
felt terrible! vibration ('f the nerves and '
4 CHI N*"* Only' $1.00 n yearor prices lower than ever. city, good work could be done by a the minutes of the board of county of the a entire body ;)nj that it evrmed us Tonic since 1883. 1 cheeefully recommend411? Jr- ,
Teetll detective.Recent. commissioners last week our types madeus | it to those suffering from loss 'of appetite Jn f-1 t
if l.e shaking 10, )0) times
&
filled and Trilby, Sternburg C61. that, & Co.'s were : cnl. and also as a preventive of .l .
andConfectionery. I! CO cts six months say "Truby, Sternburg lad dyspepsia; t
City Bakery Another said that he tilt a- if he been .
[ erved WltJ. IlTlt Arriva1.-Tho insect
out destruC1 The celebrated T. cigrr at you quarantine warrant for $363.50 ordered struck in the stomrcb with bisettul; nui.hria. having ustd one dozen bottles in > V
tlonofnerve& Truby Sternburg & Co. describe is the tumble-bug. Although paid," when in reality this warrant *as I Flo-Ida during (the months of September. _-.
in advance.T. but. as if his arms ocvn out
with in the hands of Messrs. pulled October and November 1884. IL
,
fond of already Truby ;
playing marbles -
two feel longer and if his muscles and r
-_ _. AbcsseC Teeth .2 = Tomato Catsup and Worcestersauce it i is not classed with the arnebll'dg. Sttruburg & Co., tiud by their request it flesh had been hft Wad/ J. C. BOOZKB- 1.
U y>u want in bulk at Walter Wills. was re-turned the board to be cut up lor. If you don't want to have malaria, then
Each of these witjieiM-d about
The diet of the Florida
IUCC61SfuUy 2.
I treated A word to the wise is enough-- into warrants of smaller amount each. 1,000 volts, amid it >iis from rt'eivl.tht-ir ti-s- buy a bottle of Weslmorehnd' Caliiaya .
JOB WORK, C YMAN YMANStarke. hog does not consist exclusively of I Also inead of $ mill being levied for apt'.| : Tonic fur 50 cents or $1. at Rivers and
PIVOT that theben>.utiJiihey xpericncttl .,
TIadjusted in an artistic oS Starke.E. Starke. buy your goods at timony
moccasins and carrion. county purposes. it bh uld have been, f Joiner.
|of kind .remember and servteable manner. I differed : of them were
very
any
&
Co4 ? Truby, Stcrnburg Co. 1 mill. making a lax for county purposes of grcltty1. LIPPMAN BROS.. Wholesale Agents,
able two. Oi.e
tu or
THE TELEiRAP&11 1f'cn yon want anything in the :Morgan Bros have the, lyick al. 4 mills instead of 3} mills. as we had it. of them that Lcilid think n discharge Savannah, Git.

|Our work first-claim ou. H M. M:' DEH/RT, ale.erry erry Hardware line go to hauled for their new brick storcl Old Homestead.The (snil J,50 volts wnnld/not kill, even if it Cholera In 1IIleblpn. .
the front for the J'
charges reasonable.IriTMKIZK s I Trilby, Sternburg & Co. They will use August number of The Old Homestead were an alternating c'.ir>i'iitHo I iiisu saidthat | ]r. F. D. Larke of Rogers City, Mich..

TOUR HOME DENTIST, 4 -- -SPRUCEST._, STARKE. wb Furniture reduced stationery business and icnt the back published at Savannah. Ga., by the the men at the 'lamss did: not dread a says the epidemic of last year in Presque
= '
at
PAMR.CofilnH ___ -5. For S.ed. prices at for the post office. Mr. Walter Davis Brothers the fourth since its inception lO-vul shock veiy t. : Isle conn'v in which t.o many ,persons
Al the most ap pro 911 styles Of PLATE Stra Trllll Sternburg & Co. the testimony is in, the ref
"
choleric Instead
I&tMketSVon' in'hu1inJl'; CHA invite inviteStravaerry ) Wills expects to occupy the build is an indication that the purposeof ni lost their lives was dysentery -
Broke'm. and cracked 'm'I PARA GiM. Great reduction in prices of summer at used the its projectors have been carried out. erce will make ti reportlo cuuil. and of cholera. as first reported. He ,
by Morgan
strong nd smooth as w\TES. mended I di ess goods at ing present Its nim was to encourage Southern literature 'his will dt'cidl tin; coiistitutioualily' ot used Chuiuberlain's Colic Cholera and .,
(& Undertakers n first made NewnanStra Inspectioninvite Brothers. to develop Southern talent. and to the]law.: It is conU-mfod by MHIIC thai if Diarrhoea Remedy and says it succeeded S

1 v Teeth Extracted wlthouxp3ln or Newnan Inspection Tnby, Sterubuig & Co. The yellow pine in Brad- stimulate those domestic virtues that inherently the .law should he drcbntl unconstitutional where all other remedies failed. Not a
largest
Goods for sale at Danger. by A full and complete stock of gar- and inseparably belong to Southern Kemmler. who haIccn M.-ntrnci-d to single case was lost in which it was used.
Terms CASH. f den seeds from the most reliable ford county was cut on the G. S. & homes. The publication has fur death tinder it. ronM bo.t (be executed at This remedy is the mi>*t rciiitliltt and most

sale seed house in the United States at F. railroad at Thomasville, near the contributors snm i of (ihe best Pmt m .st all Savannah News..:. I I successful remedy known for colic cholera -
N. J. JONES. --- --
ATTE TIOt'F I n. farm of R. A. Townsend. The top gifted writers in the South and the fniili Esat tflurlda' _' I niorbus, dysentery diarrhoea and S .
J. G. Alvarez. II.fry
ALVAREZ i of the stump is 4 feet 2 inches That the people have in it has been demonstrated We have a'cirj-y nf Hit*:Annual bloody flux. 2; uud 50 cent bottles for

1:1l. Growers. Strawberry growers will please across, and Mr. Jones, the contractor by the phenomeml 1 growth .if Register of rtcelve Florida; Sfninnrj' for sale by Rivers &Joiner. aug9tf
:" 1)EA.t.'ER IN ) 8 take notice that several car loads of its subbcriplior list. which now foots up -
i is
1ii80-1'eO. Imudsoine
L&.I a it him fell the session of M -
S say cost 48 cents to I There was a terrible epidemic of dysentery
: Th Celebrated cWILCX&GIS Wando fertilizers are kept constantly 20.(00. Fascinating serials complete and well ; nii'l
Fresh i g : S pn'Ir'rtc iDpit and flux in
Meats the tree. stories, entertaining sketches p->eins, the } bloody Pope county. 55
on hand by .1 G. Alvarez. makes an ( exiMlrit} the design Illinois, last As five
1 f children's department! and summer. many as
: Rivers &; Joiner have had their page puzzle and advantages of limited Iclui i deaths occurred in Messrs.Walter .
I Wholesale and 13uv constitute its attractions. one day. S'
; your fresh garden seed at select music -
< call
Farmers Guano renovated and We wonl attrition coIn i Bros.. of .: sold
Truck Special : '- J. G. Alvarez. store thoroughly repaired There is no handsomer mngnzine pub meats SJim-rnor I"II!pu. tt'rfohcrtr. over
Retail. -- Excellency 380 bodies, of ChnnilM-riuiira Colic Cholera -
reliable < ', new shelving made and haveplaced li:hcd. and ih- subscription price-fifty .atClrcu .
is the only] genuine and ing. who delivered Hie at the lute ,
u. ; : Buy your v "u_oats and hay atJ.I.L.Ah'an'7. all their drugs on one side cents a \ear-enables every family in the of und inrrho?! Remedy during thl.t'pi.1mic ,
TOOK NOTICE.Back's FERtlLIZER fcl Comm' ncement and .IDe! the
STRAWBERRY
rl'lrll and they never lienrd of ita S
sJ south to have it iu its home. say
t/IJJ-a I of the building. The expect to re- Committee from thc I Lfgi-tlaiure und (the in when the diiections
the market. ZLj case
failing allY
OenuanEre on .! $ _'L Ycu can always rely on butter stock of and Mill Board of Victor*. S Tcliowea.
J Orders filled direct from the Factory, 05 "I 'jNtreme4yforsore J cnvo a clothing dry A Knitting Were It WH the only medicine
[ Lotion I Is the by t0 4D oI =', \\biiiig: good bought atIS goods in a few days which will occupy Tllc Florida Mann factual rig Company, The Seminary huts rived assurance used that did cure the worst cases. Many.

orgrowersrUPPliO&TERNBUIG z: U 0 'E J. G, Alvarez.C the other side of their orc. recently oigamzed in New York with n from the 5ecrel.irv .rU-i: Navy thai .111 persons were cured I Iy it after the doctors j
& CO.
Witlc and inflamed TRUBY oa III I paid up capital of 150000. will be readyto officer from I ho active lh? II I In United ;.had given them up. 25 and 50 cent bottles -

[ yet. 25 .cent*, at STARKE, FLA.added, ,nt mantfactnrerspric 'I_ 1'Ii > load of new hour just arrivedat "Farmer" writes us that he will : lu-gi't active operations in the knittingmill States Navy il' IK detailed( :a> in.structor ( for sale by Rivers & Joiner
freight : in ocicin-u and ( before the S
Ouklna Drug. Store. The WILCOX (fc GIBBS Gtino Co. ta a:_ J./'. Alvarez. drain his land if we 1\ ill tell him established at Lake City under thenauugenient begmnidg military of thvcominu*afc term. This js Aug9lf ,
of Mr. A. G. in the i
148 Bay Street, Savanmh, Ga. 0 iD 1Z:1. what to with the dirt thrown out, Bigelow good news for tIme whw1 ;and fur all wh> Many PersonaS
Sug_, cured hams and shouldersat course of about two weeks more. All the .
J. G which he says would be in the way. brick buildings. warehouses, sheds etc conte pl"l'- bo-oming 'students at theemiiury. Are broken down from overwork or household of: !
Alvarez.Ivl We advice it Gould : The niarinctibill at the Navy cares Brown's Iron Bitters S S
I FORSALE. selling to Jay formerly used by the Lake City Ginning
ORANGE COLLEGE Car 1 of lime. Give me a call for railroad ballast .Jay might be Company will be occupied by the operations I, is precisely the mire ns \IhJ-! infantry: drill rebuilds the system,able tgestlon.removes excess ;
; of the Army and the I:I of the Naval of bile,and cure malaria. Get the pull : .:,
Islocatedat for Hnie\\ J. G. Alvarez. and transactions of the new company | i!
FIVE ACRES OF LAND. in CITY short of money, though, and you at Annapolis 'lure lung ; S .r
STARKE. FLORIDA. : and these will be enlarged and academy lea FOR DYSPEPSIA
and. LIMITS. Undei good cultivation, well OU )-A bunch of keys. In- might take part pay in railroad added to from time to time as demand noted for the excellence 8Ul grace of Use Dn,'.I,.. Bitten.

i BfiDi; a nine months' session on &pt. 2d. 18t 9. fenced with'ORANGE quire at Us office._ tickets. may require. The first line of manufac- drill. Physicians recommend It.
I with The military fealunof the Seminary i All dealers keep it.$1.00 per bottle. Genuine .t
New fa tures will be laities undervcsis and the .
A BCTESTinC. MUSICAL. MATHEMATICALAND goods arriving daily at Dr. Tate Powell has invented has vade-mart&Dd crossed red line
FRACTIOAL COURSE OF PEAR, CHERRY a present capacity for these is five hundred used strictly as an aid lo the Icj,1emic *owmp st. .4
INSTRUCTION.MOXTH ruby, Sternhurg & Co.SHOES novel contrivance for taking up of ,.dozen per day. This line will be addedto work and "is never nl5vid! to interfere .

TtrnOK PU :-Primary. $1 50. Int@rme"tiate PLUM and APPLE Trees, >e always sold cheap atc strawberry plants.] It is pushed into from tune to time as demand requires with the hours of study j

I W-W.,200.Use Higher. $3 00. Instrumental Music, Ttby, Sternburg & Co. the ground around the plant and and as the new operatives become more In sp'te' of the hindr:1: I" caused by the CLOSING OUT! .. .:.. 4'My
[ of instrument,
$1.00.
fall students *
in good growing condition. Well of good skilled in such work. This line is chosento epidemic lust fixty. were .
I-- S FEEE TEaK'1YM0Dth WalerWjs has received when withdrawn will take theplant 111
l just a along from abroad.
or *to County Pupils. Begins Oct. water and a STUAWBERRY .P A.TCII. be?iu with because the work is easiest enrolled, thirty-four bei'jc; .
.l8RII. : fine stick, of ptatocs. onions, etc. together with a cylinder of and 5implet. The mills will he operated The record of the Seminary show the 4 ..,
Opod Board at$3.00 per week. Call on. or address remarkable fuel. that with a total enrollment entire Stock of "
S.The Principal will take as pay for school exIP F ND.- maJl double shank earth containing the root, so that I throughout the year.-Gainesville :UIl. the .
****Farm Produce and Stock and will give vith the latter are not disturbed.The of sixty-six aveiajTu daily attend '
key bras chain and tin : Summer Goods ;j
l WIry low rattw for all Cash In advance. 'v. A. DANIELS, tag Tbe Poor Editor's BleMluc.The awe was sixtY-Iwo; a murd that spmk ,
|'T.IJ.. ULTT:-O
|! lchs.r-HijrhrIr tn the Intermediate> ,rUnent. Hiss Department.EULKN DAVIS Mrs.inuK ., .Till 5i f I For otatoes, onions, etc., go to by the TELEGRAPh of late, have been in a very happy frame of mind aud the excellent :siiutlury cumlili-m preparatory to taking inventory .
Sand
'S I. ,teacher in the Primary Depart- Waltei Wills. are duly appreciated.( If wish and when he. the of the Seminary.
you good appetite penned
l at and in Xuate. All teachers are rqduate8.I otice. Attention i is ali called tr the reduced 1: putting in a Fall Stock !
c ,administrator Grot id oyster hells for sale by us to sample the fruits of your industry following clipped from Ill lust issue of and improved :facilities. It i inl
DavM L.Alvarez ]
WHEREAS-of M. F. Brown.late of Bradford N. J. 4"e9- $200 per ton.IND1ENSIBLEf'OH don t think that we harbor that excellent paper: epns l (that no bchoui in the South "[- During the next Thirty Days .

. j'IJAT.FIGHT my County.office State a suggestion of Florida of,the deceased insolvency has of filed said In STRAW any false modesty on hat point. x If "God bless the young ladles for their furds S great advantages a PU small a 1 I

r The Original WinG.C. estate these are therefore to notify all persons Planet Jr. we are not in our sanctum when you kindness and generosity towards mankind cost. I I I will offer my entire Stock of .
holding claims against Raid estate. to file the I call leave ; and in his many bl's9ingscIkcially For copies of the register apply In!j t
P.Simmons. St. Louis Prop't same iu my office duly authenticated,on or by. you may your offering EDWIN p. CATER, s-biypt. E- F. S., j i
bless Miss Mattie Keddie, und Miss Ahhi'cTuhly. Summer Goods CHEAPER than
.t ff-A, Simmons LjvkMcdkineEitdfl the Second day of January A. D. 1890.on which : assured that it will leach ns, for our : ,
$ glj la the U. S. Cburt DEFEATS J. day there will ho made a probate distribution of Truby. Stenburg & Co. for sending in the home of the Gainesville, Florida I
4 ? L4IUaProp'r.A.Q.Simmons. Liv- the assets of said estate among the creditors ofthe We Ire the best printer has promised to chew nothing Poor Editor a nice lot of onions and some 't BEFORE. Any one wishing
t iator/Est'd by ZciUn 1S6S. busy openng For Sal}*?. '
but tobacco in and
Kinio. our absence fresh these ladies
.; M..A. S. L. M. has for 47 years Witness my hand and seal this May 24th. A. and Ch \ )est line of sloes ever for nice pork May young" r _
rs4 live to he married times. 500,000 Newnan Semiring- Strawberry -tsr rrBARGAINS.
UrClGESTlON. ClttOUSNESS D 1*9. WM. F.MALPHTHS we always muzzle our de\il beforewe many I } Scan
. Dup1r1IAsIcE I1EADACIIELOST sale in ladford countv. '
[ SEAL] County Judge. Plants for -3le. Strong
: 't T.-MTK SOUR STOMVCH, ETC. go out. Tbe American Cotton Gin and the
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5 k z *,. T. b.Reams Taster M. E. 4jo moA Truby, Stern'birg & Co. Some of lat weeks TELEGRAPH Work It Proposes to Do. I plants, will be ready abutit the middle certainly satisfy himself

,a'j S $ >CIIOfth.Adams> I should bare Tenu.been, writes dead:but"Ikuk Few Goods Left.A Ladie{ see N. J. Jone' regular copies erroneously; announced that- There is now on exhibition at the industrial I of July. Apply to during our extra special sales

toe your Genuine M. A. SimSBOBS made bo for 15 cents. machine works of Brooklyn of .G. \VU S
5 I Liver Medicine. I have Mr. Fred Morgan "bobbed up ssren- which Mr. E. R. Van Buren is manager, I. .1tuuhlJr.\. days. Come and see us whether :
of FURNITURE for sale J.-\nv. ,
t 'sometimes substitute ofrnV shinglci
. had to Remnant larjreStocn 8h:1c'press social
*1 J "Zeilin's stuff"for Medi ely" at a recent gathering, a piece of machinery\t is calculated to. or, F. R.IUur TnKv FI.A. .
S ,5 f cine, bet U don't your answer the can be found at U. D. Miner's by N. JJones._ "wrapped in a dressing gown," etc. work a revolution in the cotton business Jul 5t f ; you-want to buy a bill t>/ .

fr 14y f.J.R.GrtTts-Editor Tkt Jewelry Store, next door to my old Gent| buy your searaess half This was wron!. The honors be- everywhere.It is called the American cotton gin. Strawberry PIantAl"or Sale. goods or not. We will offer 3
> hose N J. Jones. nly! ten another with
MemphisTenn. says: Hold cheap to close frp longed to gentleman
i eeied stand, which will bo and is a great improvement mi the English -
Ucdidoe.and a package have used of your half Liver of it. out. I nm determlnro to dose out the cents aair. _ the amc initials. Fred Morgannever machine which is used in this state One-quarter Million I ilvell! rooted you; a BARGAIN something*

:r bcttr UWkIhkea I4 er Regulator charm. I and want ecr no balance of this Stock at any price. Don't The jimp in front of N. J Jones' bobs up serenely-he rips f.r ginning sea island or bag staple cot Plants. of NEWNANIPROVED..l.5O Hand Bills!

p : |tl7aouuareotZeAhinIuixtuzrfSI forget to call and see if there is anythingyou stoie 1 b given out. The city council along like a tornado across Temple's I ton. Is I per thousand, djliv:red to express Lookout for :
machine ,
The the invention of .TosephT.
oifct mill. Neither does he about inJl office. :
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to
want. to appropriate a sum i go .
Fekl'8.. of Slnrke. Fit., who wan rugxged .
f C. W. BLANKENBURG keep 1 i''1 repair this much needed I dressing gown; he is mostly seen in ginning cotton At that place 'ast I W._ TODD, J. G. ALVAREZ. .

.; r, STARKK, FLA. in his sliirt-H'-: >l.ar. and has b--en using the English gin. alglG t. VTtT, FtA. 0COOL

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REGIMENT. Regularity feet .ell SAVE!
THE GIANT don't
Wilde? fIr help you out. ran laugh should ba the aim of every farmer. I j k Wen wu alls you, &GB.B.V. ((B.
: dfOt'dOUtttJtItflrfl1)Ti) I .
Ore$nUattoa | reguj j triaL t is a fine '
4lemm& Something Abut the Crack they are fed and watered at the Blo B a N. C.,write. .
Fiora?" was some of the Army. will all tho better Carlott done JDepon'DamuC ," .:
Published "Don't call Miss Flora A Berlin correspondent of the New lar hours they pay "B. B. B. IS a fne h ,
': Ufr Every] riday.j mo ; but for the trouble. ,, PAYING '
:.. **V f Fora Make me'believe I'm I themselves. York Tribune, writing of that giant not to L- ,blood Oa wrtf: J;
feed the plant,
<*? -Study of
KTAHKB.! a : I FUJRIDA.' familiar to schoolboy t a believe B.
g I left regiment every object vl
her but the nc
; 8 make the soil rich, if profit is It my g" ,
"But Miss"I mean Flora, of says: A quarter of an hour later overlook me hslratylmpro\cd 'DOCTORS'BILLS*-
I cook!" ltte'sum summoned to take their j Farmers should never I writes: n. glY .s
DEFERRED PES. broken-nosed the guest were An old gentlemen "n
1 of agriculture If thit' JSantblng
fact the object
the that
"Can't I? Didn't I take on the edge of one of the terraces me new lie and new strengb. man oug,
places than J
\\One rather will (
is to make t that
year WTO. on budding bopgh drawn crops grow
all winter in at the foot of which was
.t one ,
tons become B.t
tThe robin i Phiad B. B.
ijayly tinging ; enrich the soil. it 15 Vm. A1IEU't -
"u The Not a word Mrs. Wilde the of foot-guards. Itwa p A. Shepherd, Norfolk, .
laughing stream the budding flower, ; your Flora kept up regiment .
1! Tho fine blade ; of the -It is to cut a slit in a hog's 10th 1888, writes: "! depnd on B-R1J.
green grans springing will never know who I am, tho favorite regiment wrong -BY C81NQ-. ,
until she of
,
onnd And Fear me with and Sorrow Pain attendant as taj guest.: determined to have my own a pale-blue great Kings of Prussia, the ono snout The hog should be ablo all to of had for the it in preservation my nearly two tava years aoctor. Dr. Mo sa's Pins.

I had but tears wherewith t Spring, and his train endcn' There is the time and fed a variety of food hogs d .'I
resp She sent a little note homo hair. in order to obtain giants. Thos. Paulk ] Oa.,.writes: ,

nut as she closer came,and l>en grange, signifying that she sounded the not n man in the ranks under six foot do not root When they do they suffered terribly Aaphn dysppsIa Tl:row use They are the med that '

.'--- To me with lips all smiling,' remain with Mrs. Wildo with the i in height, and when, a yesterday ought to.-Farm Journal. of B. B. B. has made take thousand cellars the bounteous hand .nature I
I could would not
but lend earths I
a willing eo1rl man. a -
0 j rheumatism better. they were dressed in their parad3 uniforms -One of the heaviest thing has done me." '
To accents wa for tho :
so beguiling. train good it '
for all
Fear "Just like Flo those worn in sheet of paper ha been Atlanta, Ga:, writes: 1 has provided .4', -
to ignoble souls he Scried said Claris pt me!" said the very same as a aftr W. M. Cheshire. d-i' IiSI

'Come., let us laugh at trouble: eldest Miss } forward with the time of Frederick the Great white transformed into a farm mortgage. i I had a long spell of typhoid feveri leg vrbichtit, \vMih arising from IMPURE 1 ,. : (
'alkland settle in &
my
Another seemed to
his Il
year thy bopes shall and last .
seo "She's white coming takes strong man ao! ajv %
always doing tho breeches, high gaiters always a enormously. An ulcer .
} in double" swelled up "
measure
'uUllle.1 tho kneo, whito whole family several years lift it, which discharged a cup full o? matter :
hings, commenteJi Elsio the Flora. up over ; t p eared trIal iud MORSE.'S
.. Ah me! That year to swift lias sped; born of tho cross belts, and huge k1d of and often it can't be lifted at all. a day. I then gavo B. B. 13. a PILLS'w\\ 1.fEATIOX l '
grange. '.' [ -
As then the grSi, springing; i cured me. ,. {. .t-" Ifr
As then the robin's cheery note "Of course." said Mrs said Flora, sugar-loaf hemlets of antique shape, -It requires more experience and it :_-,-. I.ErSI". Etc., 1- .. :1 J. _I

.- From budding bongh'is rlning. "we are all sorry, for that and of burnished metal they look absolutely good judgment t cure clover cheaply A Bis Fiuxcisco firm has built It is the l largest,cf 'z -
world. "
And Spring! I hear her Joyousoice Mrs. Wilde but gigantic. the privileges and than cure timothy; butt wine cellar in the capaUe' : For Sale by All Dealers : .If'r
nicely of
i In far-off cadence thrilling ; why couldn't ,va delight Among t I holding 3.O gallons wine Us : ?; -.f'"i. .
.. .. ,' Her light foot passed my darkened door have sent one of the village his all- l possessed by regiment I is better hay when you get it, for 'wk1 r.c p i 4W. : I -.

Faintly my dull ear thrilling. wait on her? And what ha ou the bride- of the Prussian army is the ono most purposes and i leaves the land The Wisest GIf H. COMSTOCK : "'s I Or-

: But still grim Sorrow is my that tall, b'.ack-eyod! Huldah? that every Prince of tho royal house of I in far better condition for the following "I bUlb wife a velvet pack." .'> ;:, IL

And Doubt find Fear guest; poor people don't seem to have ; course of' Uohenzollern shall begin his military erops.-Rural.ow Yorker. be.with that boasted upon Mr.her Brown."gbft'll tack.*' '. BROCKVILLE. ONT. MORRISOWN. ..tFLAGS4" : :}4t4:

ProlTer Of the and bitter brimming cup culation at all." this," said career in its ranks. Hence the first, -Beef Cakes: Chop cold chips ol Bat The velvet bet-dre.ed sack or diamond dame In town.ring. 7,bo

1-_ Then pain here's t care thee uncndin., constnt friend Meanwhile! Flora went to ,\ a second and third companies are officered beef roast, or cold steak, two cold C.I. brinE"rlptlon balm to u suffering the uui g wlf>,,:. > ; .:0'ACt..Ja1

Thou dear, familiar Sorrow I cooked a dainty supper for voce, almost exclusively by the near relatives onions, a bit of carrot, a quarter of a I To eTe precious lite. ; : ;;>
? This t The and remedy li nq-wn r e
tear-wet bread together share great sovereign *
; :: To-day and e'en to-morrof. boarder. that I went of the sovereign. turnip, one cupful of potato and one of the world over for all female trouf>Ijj sj j infiammnation FOB THS Ji J

"The hired girl, I suppose," As soon as the Empress and guests meat; moisten with cold soup, gravy, cruel backaches and iinecnal u.s ; '.-'

t And And after that the rest bitter eternal end t, Kent Kilburne t himsel. landlay's. had taken their places on the terrace, or hot water salted and peppered. distllcEmen1 is is Dr.the Pierce's only olCranUc Favorit c.re.tre O-iarantm-d, lksf'

O God. forgive the weary soal t y, in a & dimpled ; the playing of the national hymn by Mold into cakes with the hands and I See guarantee on ever bottle-wrapper. tlon rolon., -

V;.; That asks no joy supernal; ries herseler gracefully; I11 regimental band announced tho brown in a well-greased spider. 1e. ;
MAN. Dr. Pellets gently laxative or icrawS,and
That oompSjBATTTRTf4
only craves surcease of pain. am told, all of tho Emperor, who canterd Make of[' Perce's & o ,;, ,
And fret and strife, and weeping; way they're approach -Apple Ginger: a sirup atvely cthartic according to dose.2.lt ha Mk. ; "
Tint only for folded hands equal and the servant sits at him for a up on amagnificent charger,attended four pounds of granulated. sugar and a I S I...a. ,, .. "1l'Ji'' .tl

: Closed eyes and dreamless elecp'ng. : with the lady. I wish by a brilliant suite and wearing tho |%int of water in which cook very! THS slave trade may the be accounted UnC C..VALK'-r.t .,. i-1.J
last sixteen mr-ctiit
I, ,I ". Julia_P u.-.ftiyer in.N. Y.,Independent down with mc. This 'eating l seedy- uniform of a General of infantry.After slowly four pounds of fnely-cbopped I only In Egypt four slaves Daring have been imported'into 4 red fl"..-'L' :J': "']

AN OBLIGING NEPHEW. is the most unappetizing thing t a customer riding along the ranks and closely tart apples peeled and I that country. ----S .t I. 96 Abotall, m Iw I f1<

world. But thoso flannel "will you i tho of tho the '6*. Special rtefiWdtSrder. .. .
I Add
: inspecting appearance: ounces of green ginger. Oregon the FaradJie of Tanner rf.J .rO c

1 delicious, and I never UistSd \ tho right men, he reined up his horse in front of grated rind of four lemons Take i I Mldequableclmate.certain and abuu'fant '4 DJCfJUTf1 tjrr.,, ,..;<.-

no Fell in Love t Order With coffee in my life." j Hum! 1 the troops .and in n few Avell-cbosen olf the stove when looks clear.. cops. grass,stock co'Jftry IDDJOKJJ<& < .U;tII"dU'
: ." i I the world. .Fullinformationfree. Adfor.sOregonImmigratioaBoard.PortlandOriVoa & -, .
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Great Abandon Ho told her so. words exhorted the regiment carefully Good Housekeeping. I J 1n.Ot.CT"T': ,+ ,
remarked the
Flora smiled. faji* guard and preserve the new flag -Tomato Toast Take fresh / f .tD"
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claim o whisper In ; If wimP you ''
"I told' him Pd give him a cup o' tea "I: am glad you like my ?" ac which ho now intrusted to 4 canned tomato, stew and season with NE say cal not compny.aloud, & :
:. and a smack of something eat just said she. their charge. As ho uttered pepper and cream, with a little It until another time. ;
t I Experience
this said Airs. Wildo. "But I "It is far nicer than my ; l. merely. the last words, the color company was salt stirred to in small bnrk;ohrheumatism A Planters : Ni
onc face tc : four a paste portion Au.eases of weak or lame back, ,.: plant.UoD..ID a mal.! .. ;
1_ couldn't noways take him t board. I cool gives us in Bayswater fact is seen marching down the steps of the of the cream before adding to there "il fnd relict by weariprf.or.e. trl"M t.,where fever and apopnU". ., ff';'.::1

i only wish I culd. Six dollars a week declared he "Would you like of human, my terrace from the palace, with tho new t, then toast slices of bread spreadthem I Backache of Carter's Plasters. Price 25 and leldt'p. I I employ O hand. 1./__RtrI7 a ;'ID
T. of them were "
would be a great help to me, nnd he a situation in the city?" fag in its midst. As it passed tho I with butter, and spread on the tl.* .J

fcccms quiet decent fellow "Oh. I'm very well satisfied on the fact I. Emperor ho saluted it with his sword while hot and immedi PICCADILLIES of red and green clotU camo .:
joung tomato serve
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a of the ( nncenturv.
enough. place hero," said Flora. character bending at the same time his head low ately. Into fashion. at tho close frt > .'

At the week's end she and Now, this on his horse's neck and tho entire .
Mrs.Vildc sat in her cushioned Bos- I .
entered the -Stock may bo kept in too close HILT-CURED trill return Fra'h. ,
p." ton rocker groaning under: the burne were excelent friends, he of regiment remained at present arms stables. There is not so much danger: cate them with eruptions GUym's Sulphur Soap. .. '\t.

: of rheumatism. :Flora "' pangs Wilde was beginning to hobble was As soon as tho color company had I Hill'i Hair and Whisker Dye,5 censNEVKB ; : 'f" fto
wu of this as the summer comes on a .
keatod opposite, a bunch of long- with a stick. taken up its position on the right flank fitis-piis: : .
there is in the winter when every crev appear indifferent when otfcer are
itcmmcd roses in her hand, a light So time passed on I was the of the regiment the Colonel galloped 1 L ice is closed to keep out the cold. talking. Listen politely t every thmjaTl 'S

fcarf draped gracefully over her thoullers. afternoon, and the apple kindness up 1 the Emperor, and, aCer salutnt There is more danger from bad odors: don't interrupt. S '110..

,4 .. < blowing like pink shells all \' and that expressed tho thanks of Fi'st now, however, than in the cold of ANT ono can take Carter's Little *.i7r 1

She was a rosy brown-haired young gl'a. Mr. Kilburno had the Guards for the honor conferred upon winter and there should be a free cir Pills they iwo so very small. f>.ti'nUj.'j t<)

woman, with a healthy bloom on her packing up n box of brook l Is hap not: them by His Majesty. The Emperor cuLition of air to carry away any odor swallow. No pain or griping after_ takt J
: check that betokened tho'reign of per- send home Bayswater square. gentleman i who looked much pleased, ackuowl- that bo injurious to the stock or sumotuary laws of Rihard' IL:rro OF CHINA CLASS .
fect health. "What n pleasant month edged his thanks by extending his may hibited collars from, being worI Jaw 11IrORTEK'
,, milk. was never enforced. AND
"Oh. but you ought take him been!" said he with an was cor- hand to the Colonel which the latter QUEE1S'.

Mrs. Wilde!" she said. "Six t dollars a sigh. "Here ends tho pleasure. kissed. Three cheers for tho Kaiser; -If the meadows are rough and unproductive A lOc. SMOKB for 5c..-"Tansill's I'uncj." &kJLc .51.
wouldn't the heroic treatment -
week! and hero begins tho business." go were then given by the troops, and the wi "t"
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are you, weaving rg. :: be found Plow replow GUY hair is by universal custom. pr 7.
; carpets and binding shoo day out ind Flora had just taken a national hymn was played. After this best lt in Persia and ia never seen.
-
fertilize 1MKMPII18. .
; it. because clear off all stone and stumps, ii.
day in for half that monqy! And the prune pic out of the oven. : His Majesty placed himself at the and re-seed, using some clover, which -.-- nr-S.B3 your order for MASON nU.u,1" :
spring chickens "Business she repeated. generous head :and with drawn sword, 1 gSBagJSSaIJT ir..S.
are growing to nicely, ler True ASSORTED PACXA6SS gTw
of his own I disappear in about two years. By r Econorpy : ,
and you have such nice early lettuce "Yes. Do you know a family them past tho Empress. This broughtthe wi :
of a man this method plant food will be set free YOU .- vII
: ind fresh eggs for a boarder." Falkland hereabouts?" I proceedings to a close. It 1< trne economy to bar Bol's Sauaplla! A
? Yes or no." ... at the surface and brought from th C for"100 Doses One Dollar" la orlilna'' "oi
"Yes I know," forlornly admitted "Every body knows every uo true only of this popnlar medicine. y..a w'/1\ Iron ; ; &1
LAKES DRYING UIDisappearance -'. subsoil by the clover roots there Work. ..
Mrs. "And I wouldn't hesitate In Wyatt's said Flora wil prore tht%buy a bottle of Iioo.l's Sarsscrti1t and Archiectural .0 -
Wide Fals. to admit it," ;: be enough available fertility in the measure its contents. You will llml li'Shold 10 Frt. \ .<,
a moment i Huldah was :}t home._ But "Are they nice people? of I-argrs Sheets of YVatcr: tcufpoonfuM. Now rt>"4 tho dlretions.anG you >*> or repair" .
surface soil to .1.
4- In Oregon nnd Nev.ul.i produce many abundant will Ond that the rto-e I .
-., just look at Inc. and SCQ if 3011 think Very nice Why? nvernge pe .r. scnu i.. CHICKASAW RON WORKS ".

\". I'm fit 1 take n board- : even i he'd "I've got to call there," Il bet you I The lakes in Eastern Ol'cgon. as well harvests. -_ Iy entagesU conclusive I Irs evidence than 1 tapo..nfuI.of the peculiar Tll en forti..iud n 'JOHN w.kJ&g rf.RA.NDLE4CO.TLILJ,rAPIS..y_.,...':UPDIS"m! ..

; '., ; "Ss, pay mo in gold and diamonds.: b urne. "I ought to hnc done that you ask: a in Nevada, are drying up. In some EVERY third person.you meet Is troubled economy of Hood' Sar" parilla. ., i wor>> : k.Acts
"I took Hood's for of ATOrrn can
, C *S. Flora Falkland looked'\' conscience fore, but I dreaded it." there's I instances the water in the lakes is subsiding ) more or less with biliousness, and don't dy f ( done dur know how to pet rid of it. Tho causes are lenell. "' hor'e and Klve their whole lime Ii .
A '
: V 'iftricken. because the streams which amount of good. WILLEI ORD.qu-!'IC".ILLHood's I:
', t. 1 was by her advice that Why should you dread i? easily A lack of sufficient exer. tbe buslnt!<. moment rniuybeprnStabllspiotMI .
. '-v \ J-" uldah, Wilde's granddaughter Well, to tell you the truth, A'N think ol I smpty into them have been diverted recrded.ing too much by persons of seen. SarsaparlSia It.F..loiu'oteNtt"IUUISMaIfl. A pre "Mncl,!In ftRlchmO"townp and ".,, fJ1'1SUI
? all over the! from their natural channels for the tary habits, indulgence in too rich i .V It.-Itrn* t.t.aI."'<< butintta :
New York bachelor uncle who '
; learn .
: -*.- ,, mt'4 cone t to the was sluggish torpid liver whero the blood does nfumt I'ndiiO 'imp for D. P. J* a'
1 f
\ h'ae.If. much in love with Mrs. up don't t purposes of irrigation, but the continuous not do its duty. and bile is allowed to accumul&c :- PoletbyalldniEfrl'H.\ C. HOOD 4 CO..II; TforfS.Ma'5.Prc. .rc. out 7 /u Ir Irt.

c- "S**LsNmnker's doubtful of novelty the days of her bcllfhood. f fold dl'onh1 doubtless, has had muchto ; thc.e cause the whites of the 11 Lwel ASEITS'1 lodD1 per.e .mont.and to elpn =

1S : *JTVn..all its shapes, had preferred to keep has heard that she has three gentleman, t do with the low stage of water in cyostotuin yelothe skin to l yellow, kthlk311d o 100 Doses One Dollar.r WANTED >n.1nIMMntoa.n4 UTrrglltIy < A._<1WM!i&atP. ranoerH. ': t.l l t.-; I

I -.k t. Huldah at home, earning t4Ts, and ho wants me to fall I in his con them. The Herald published in th anew dark.coals These! are sure indications of bilious et nil to1aadaapleYB WeiMaaJmn I.
se\.ent-f\ county of ', Oregon ness. Brown's Iron Bitters is the remedy A t COW r.w..n-. StDtnl lyer 't--
t 4li. cents a day by her unskilled nc(1e with one of them. Harney) says Lk J_101.Dw_ _'
want. It acts the blood t K
,
you directly
J'q \i "But that is noiibcnbe," had "People can't fall in love to shouted the not over four square miles of the original cleanses and purifies it and upon sends it on its ; OH5 AETS 1- WANTED FOR THEJOYNSTOWN Me

.1 said. "There's no reason shouldn'tget said Flora. enthusiasm. bed of Warner Lake is now covered journey through tho channels of tho liver,, p AI,
the FLOOD.
are with water whereas in 1W55 ?:'viiig to it activity and out thp : "
.1. her two dollars a day, i she cant .]hats just it, said ;you" bile. It will remove the yelow dearinp from Send 50.. for ontS GeC .

have a liltlo tuition under Mine. (Jiojinna "They may be gorgons. for all I But anxi t there were seven feet of water where the eyes and thecomplexion leaving the latter P.W.ZtOLIR&CO: .523ketSt,I loui". f

'.1 \ ," or woman's right's advocate )' stranger,, the land is now dry, and this spring a fresh,-and--clear. oyH EASY __e:: .t'IIII P".II.D_,.. tD Trl

Jlldah. who looked oa Miss Falk- social butterfies You know thing to. stack of 300 tons of hay was burned on Two SCOTCH worthies were lately criticlv C tiKES f .'; Ai

i ; a! a 80.t of supplementary guardian suppose? warmon land which in 18,7 was surveyed as ing the new minister very severely. Said I0LABF R OETECTIYESIV

angel, had persecute Mrs. Wilde I've seen them," said Flora ; it, that you Warner Lake. Gooc-e Lake, gentleman John, the discontented: .\Veli, ye,see about, frao the Monday reverend to LESSENS uP .-fl in errr.. '. Phr.wd,.a",..tn th.. .

';i until a reluctant consent \ras extorted I "Tel me about them.", wife to which once reached Iakeview', he's inveesible, and on Sabbath DNcE.R-ru E.O Gvanrnu.UeteGtiveBureauC.44ArClde.C15C151ILL .
_
.. -and here the poor old soul, sick and I "I never discuss mj" Ol'e is now five miles t 's incomprehensible." DIMINISHES oTHER that Piao' Cora Co'
cre
* alone, and in danger of losing a good I "Well, which is tho nicest that I have away, and Malheur Lake, in Henry Ere the Farewell I SpolconOn ,) > ConrampUon PRETl5f T8, D fih,
.
; chance to make a little money, all Lthree| ?" thinking County, is eight feet lower than at any the deck of the steamer or on boar the /fII"/DES!'j CrlPLD' I- Ofnd.CUB S b Ta:

.. c: through her (Flora's) meddlesome in "Don't I tel you I am stlctly done durin period within the memory of the oldest L. tram dear that is to will bear you away from those' BRADFIELD REGULATOR cii ATLP.TA' I'R ".aA-
you you are wise, havei'ely
inhabitant. In this county Huin- i you SOLD 8 Y NIKVGSrs __ rrvrVTORS.40-p> :
terCeruc commita.P""Ycry stowed away in :your luggage a suffl- : FaE L Aadraw SUI
"Oh," said Flora herself twisting well" said Mr. the red bold Lake, which some years ago lcnt supply of that safeguarcl against ill- I DANIEL flitvJPRATTbUllUPIJ at W.Lsw T.FltnrnM.,Wu5njtes..,D.0.SE.IL Col

.: long-stemmed roses; "why couldn'tI I IS with a high. "I must Fend for "here's )'ou comprised a sheet of water sixteen or 3css- Iusteter's Stomach tourists Bitters.and Com- ;? > THa par.si-i 4..,.s_. : CO!
:1c "cll pioneer
r have minded my own business?" Addison to choose for inc. I a man who eighteen miles long and from eight to n l rants concur in testifying to the forti- I oMJiy A. T E.I"lf.fno|[ .rnt ------SuMdrER-- .1>. B,

q And so, by way of minding her own L could make a selection out of extensiv: twelve miles wide is now only a few tying and saving properties the great I Choke Rnn or at.'brenk to the revolutions roK. r, ." ,! RESORTS. .ter.

( business, sho plunged doepor thaa Flora turned to him with (yes has no miles long and perhaps a mile or two Ionic.malarial Use and for kidney constipation complaints biliousness and nerv, I I I ers.Complete etc. EUIJeEJItLLJare outfit: of Glnninit Feoilery;1utX ry (,;[t.p, ;repair-IcnI.I ; GO TO HE BEDFORD ALV. IRON-- ,:

ever into the vortex of other people's ful of sparkling mischie. his starving! wide. 'j he Humboldt has not discharged 1- ousness. I ers nnd hOrzontl COltICI, InTalabh."(I AND JODLE
bottom OF VIRGINIA
% iffatrs.ci'r i "Ono is dark, said sho. I ask, my any water into the lake for THB authorities In Holland have decreed I I "ith GIn.Wfl.. ni for 1\lrl you!.ir r.>).j j.W(M."11 t.IIYCI1 I I SP rl"INCS For lI 1tb.PleuufP. Go
and
'tir OOOT COMronr. -
ARB
"This won't do," saitj she; "youmubt i "I hate brunette!" aid for a several years, and a largo area. whichwas ] that women can not serve on a school I I to PU4''OL .,MEU'U1S,.,,,., 1NN.; I IT FOB CTRCTI R. Addre A. A.
take this city l-oarder. The I "One is fair." you," and covered several feet with water atone board. In. Sweden it has been decided that I rSAllI;THIS PAPER I I J.A'iGno.l.MI&osaer,1'.0.,Bedford Sprths..Va.A .j SeAt
S they I
.
trout season only! lasts a little while; "There never is much solemn ash C time, is now as dry as any otherpart cU.GRJUT a I SED I T.T.rOII.W 8PKIKOH, VIKG1JIIA. tl'ell(

S you can't afford to lose day of it.Til fair women!"" t. of the Humboldt Valley. ,It is a I mistakes are often made in tryte tha. "y" Is$$1,, $$2, $3, $!erf 5 I SteteMe J\-thor.ieaI5"ctyof Mlj.p"p'l'i Onre.Virginia Recommended. Now recognized by the p Tr
i to economise. It is a safe rule to f"U'V 5i the lead,!vaterine place in the mountalnnof
charitable fact however c CAY I
go down to Widow Plimmiut'8 and "And one-the middle die- that the lake was' as the hc>t is always the cheapest A cheap physician For Bor. fcy &pr r* I Virginia! bend fur circular. C.A.COLHOirs.Prop. f Co:
i I the street it is llfe- have I of our StriotU piAr I -
tend Bethnal up. me ten years ago as to-day and that may cost von r-" you CANDIES, EtfOA.VivLT w 0 IT
"What : the middle he came to fivo ) ago it was as high it Malaria i.. system,you w11 not only be AS1> AHIVrLSr 'rnF-jljOL'TDERN HOTEL a& Ka..eadn
a Miss "Humph as f COI.Ad
1 bea.piec'O ve got. one, 'ear was miserable but unfit to time is 'PUT UP. Add ,* the .;..C.. 1'. !.A "rar>nsS-amroer Ke ortoo For
: ; .. Flora!! said womi, admiring burne. "I think I shall like while the ever known to be. Immigrants in money lost. One dollar spent for Shallen- FIOyp A MOONEY. 11 EM PHI. term,.ete.address Memphis JIus.1C.D.It'vi.nowopen.W JLCU.Proplletre.* .

i l ly. "But I'm ashamed to make you so think. Miss Wildo," for the a very early days who saw the Humboldt discharge ;- berg r's Antidote wi cure you in twenty- fuit rag PAfi. 4.*,* .. I Key

:- much troublo" ish young man had got every his vest an immense volume of water four hours. fold Drggists.. I ACENTS WANTED FOR THE BOOK; EDUCATIONAL.J.w. Sum

: "It wou't ba any trouble," said : wrong, "that I should. like ; work on the into the lake or sink, a it was called, Firrr-Two chicks from fifty eggs Is th//r/Mm! Honor or YIey ... AlblIJt51Laha:

c Flora I who resembled you. The fact i is ite Times-Star. believed it had a subterranean outlet; record that Lenawre County (Mich.) ma f otDeT. Nrtt c. YL
proudly presents ia behalf of one of The onl1 FULL HISTORY nr th.great l|
J'1 4 And she skimmed across tho fields I J'Ol1'cry much fao much that but that idea was erroneous as tho s hens ),1 pl/e. JYGI.ISI and fJKRMAN.
hahn / ltl
*i to the Widow'Plimmint's cottage. my heart to you. Flora-Miss: volume of water was reduced by evaporation QUICK I or K"nd 4O,.'rat.. for WRITE outfit and FOR -flL.RMS HasliTiilB,Tern College for Young Ladles,

"My I Bethnal ain't goin' out to sarv- don't run away. You are the l not drainage.WinncmuccaNov. Tnr: Queen of Siam has a thimble ma/0* ; NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., S>T. LOrl.i IA ,KiibfupupiU In thali-urlin, without;I>onl of this lection. Ifopio 1S* 1fc ,
H Change In ground or bmldincinf in
. -. Ire, not t accommodate nobody" said I 1\.0 been dreaming of all > ( .) Silver State. gold, in the form of a lotus bud the /ros : 6,n. >uwLn)3liiii.Uiiifi! lot rwm. 20 ollic...XM
i .being the Siamese floral emblenndthukly DON'T FOOL furl's from 1C iAtc*. ('nil con fa in Literature. '
1 : W idow Plimmint, with a prodigious I --at once a lady and a busy \' checks; S .. studded with diamonds,so urrfd I Ia GIRt -urc, Ait,it IIKU-.privileges Jn Vandarboilt Un-

ti tnilT. "1 ain't enteel She's a factory household boo-a thinker and I held One Hundred'Years Ago. !to form the queen's name and thtate :hertheOrNriT K.o-Ko *,' CODt..nlei Termty,fully..cipiippcil\'r catltioru.(..yninanium.Idrlll", a.I FridrnL all mcd ra 'IQuiSe

,; young lady now. Please don't look so haughtily my, of her mari c. I ) l Hev.CEO.\V.}'PE-.CE.D.1>.. fiMliTiU Teaa.Loui Uo

;:1 ""Pshaw said Flora }Falkland. "I ;1 bu the best, husband in tho i i ha\.e become Thero were no burglar and fro THE New York Tribune savs: e of j1i OC=B TO 58 A DAY. 1Orih 2.1'. er-iAU'IUI3l'&Plll-Ii,08.t&

.: think you've all lot your'senses.; you'll only g1'e me a chance!" the proof safes in thoso days. I is not the most remarsable phases of coll!e stu- lip V flaT&!Lint-x urlY not KkIN"fl'I .10.,.ItohJId. Wri'n BRYANT &SrRAn II Hand Buafuessaghors School, St. Fir
this be for IV-NA3IC IUU .
a much over fifty that bankin dent life in this is the fonV55 -
; country lU&a."U.
a
; $ She went to Mrs. p&s. Mrs. "Are you really in earn st, years ago *.Mo. it4 8() Students Tearlr. Qndaate* are '
; l which really Southern Vermont amateur acting which has been c ifeloped StCiiifuil: In for
kept its treasuresin It\ geUng potiiioaa. Scud Circular
r. llopo had throe tall dau and an burne? in nearly all the largo colleges dvn the OPIUM IT..Thfblcnr.kn"'nranl
'- .. .-.._.--- -. income of nothing per ; ter "I compose. such countenance? an oak chest about two by four feet pst few years." i I ha. ; "" t C'l"chmoQ.I.lnJ. A. NTg'. 1246. Port'Ami
ha :1 pretty dark This .
man chest
was made of two thicknesses
4 Td like to oblige yomi. Miss :Falk : speech! said he, -but, THE famous Corliss engine A1** vas Sure cnrl If direitlon f1nw.; WhEN TVRITIX4 TO ADVEUTMERil PJEARS
land." said Mrs. \\\w\ look sun if : the eventful moment it all and shaven of oak plank bolted together and built to drive the machinery of te CenUnnial AGUE I I ed.&lItlthou5e.KalamazM.b Aht Fee for box. !Hobcru Plll J I V I elate that ]<. *3w Ihe AdvertlaeMat U UU
Hop I n nose of studded with nails )' on inside exhibition of 1S6 is now m'ho shIps i U p.pcr.4frS t
] I
nnd
poko in : drone like: my head. In earne-t? (there aid locked with 'ied of the Pullman Car Company r' 'Kensug- -- I .
$% ;- n bu blc-be"but Etta's! took a loomin the nearest parson ? a'e. a padlock about ton, near Chicago, Ill I is thearsest n-
the I.e Il as fa P the size of a bakery pic. Tho first gino in the world. T4-ii.
: neW factory antj Odnda is a jou within five minutes if- .
: L.
balcslt.dy at Dorricc's stqre, and Julianny'h 1i Yes, i! !I" saucily retorted of the Ex: patent for a lac-proof safe was issued THE "co-operative maid" is/youn m. DOUCLAS
; I ) to speak of r, u in this to Daniel Fitzgerald in dre SB.to
l the artificial flower Ftlklaud. "What will country an who goes from house to ouse es

bus in eS. I sort o' haul's the deargirls" ui ; not at J. Wilder and the safes mado under lay T ,
it : J
;; f.eln's to bo called j work-folks." "Let him come down and al desires her services two ,4ars a : : -- e In the world: Examine his

And who light-colored were known as "Wilder's patent r;.03 OEXUINK HAND-SEWED SHOE.
Ut. Hope washed for the blende girl!, and the dark girl THE .5
safes." In this safe the walls Governor of Pe sylvania uaphophonc. a : s4.oo ILiND-SEWEDWELT SHOE.
: factory "young ladies." took a pinchof mi'ldle-complexioued' girl weremade I enablo. him to talk n of- .:. "3.\0 POLlCn A>D FARMERS' SHOE.
.1 snuiT and went back:to the said Kent Kilbtirno. of count hollow the principal involved hce-beekers go ,sitUg at the *me ('?.'0 EXUIV VALUK CALF SHOE.
wah.tub. "Look at time. It fills by of t'3.35 I
: sty]lo being the well-known non-conducting a want higj a 't"OlnnllifBfAS'S SHOE. .
: once Flora! Speak one little ] ficials. a ts .OO GOOD-WEAK SHOE.
kf So it was everywhere. ; The table 'Yes!'" is a serious properties of common air. After this -4- -- t S2.0O and 81.7 I5OTS' SCHOOL SHOES. !
that factrywas suggest that asbestos mixed with plaster of pans A LADY in Bostonnas a thimble fede All m.'Lu la('ocgr.u.Dutto"and Lace.
:' an ogre seemed jo gobble up Flora did look at him with a rather ol was used. A burglar-proof lock from a piece of the o* Washington cU at : : I
; mil the aim'ented W. L. DOUCLAS--
young woman element. sweetness in Cambridge, the tree'nder which WaTing-
: Flora went back to Mrs. Wildo in 81'1 hO'mcltn" be im by a man" named Bramot ton stood when he xk the oath aspom- 133 9

r despair. i eyes. out. Ol I and claimed to bo "nonpickable," but mander-in-chief in )5 5 : -* & $2 SHOES L:81 S.

I Sh might have been about her mother one Hobbs picked it in --.5' U :
"He's Tho '!t Material. Host Style. Best Fitting.
come. Miss Flora! 181 THE man who is and S.
S. cried the "Yes! when the door opened. is a bank.I Yale lock was invented in 1843 foolish, pnny-vise ad- \' .. .t 3' :TV: !? floni:14': *.'J.r.O Sho '.shown In cut beln..15
old dame sore his ':' .
exultantly. I and I1M.'of flue Coil'.011'hAs modelled for the foot smooth
Punch "lns pleasdn ,'alkN Irs Falkland and her as a held sway untif it was: picked by his mule's hind legs but he who kno\J the .S \ R.r i; mMite.*hllnd-'. ,*l (.hot->. I md no tak or wax: thread
at tho notion 'in' of X\--X'/ hurt tin-
: st here daughters. to the ways the beas'takes him t a vet any IfcV.-: feetEery pair warranted.
.. When is Bethel ? mat son. Improvements have gone on surgeon. W. t. DOUGLAS' jiai:"and th".rrl.e ar tranip l on
Plmminii 'min' ""e l _ CAUTION '
I only got tb t tf_< this the bottom rl A'
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Flora ( ; unier. however, until fire burglar proof of all Shoe*a.jyt i-ti-rfil by mni U fi.r'luvliyj Ills G"TLI:1'C1I
con a To Mr at1 THE capacity happiness, like r3rtnry" this prnt't' 1l.t''V 4rf'r r.&ln-t 1'Ul> prl--e acd Ol'lcrof
s.
mint ing, said th} ail Interior "
"ond
monotonous safes, so-called 'ound cry U your dler offers ,.
Wilde six dollars a reek Represented lU: sic are not only in other, needs cmthmal exercise lierowth and price you shoe Wt"hH.t> tV. L. riOLGLAS' panio
la "And you Lave been here a and Cocth.... stamped. on them. ansi a.s they IIr. I I.4 b f boos,or 1nt all Irl"d.do: Bat t< ,
tores If there.
S generally, bu in de'elopment. it is ) Dealers m&kc .. -
m..re
luxurious very prollt npknu
4r income. j many C nu- ranted "n srotha .tii;not'ar- I COUI
p and ne\* told u '." said ally checked ant postponed, it by an"IIOjTi therefore do lint loe In.III' '1.t..t.lIhlof'S tlii* hate .
/ no
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reside rcp JiV.
ti
private >
Flora : aces.Chicago Xews. w er n. Buy Only those thot have \ (
took I.
he. Dot j..t .
(
what, : uway. ."n"l1 o ami the !orli o 'I IlI'rfrrO'
ot st'l uncle is down 'amped nn the bottnm. 811.1 .
coming : ,
.
,itl "YOU' in the S.- rhll'an'h )"n are Pure tn rill tiLt,ittiI f.r) .ir III.'III'Y. C)
p .' :: Its cluster buttercups and t1'IS8 to dino With! '!" chirped Klsio."This. inul in -A span of horses never IP you wantto ascertain the cir) r. '\'. I.. fH('!OL\S.'1"lIar. aft.ilnE""v'd.:&UmIaUY in tI.t "I''r.lry L) tl..".arc'15..f "' A, :- rD w obt:
r blosboms, and removed htjr .ou dl'cW a Cacao! man,ask his neighbor If 'Ir 11t'Jlt'r"1II1I..11'.t 111 "
you (Llntl
\ ; tt: out
\ said Flora, with a 1 ( ; the of pound more because of a on d..t to 1'li f.uct..ry .1111 tt nr f" wm 't'nl, yonr(.T I' ok %
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swearing at want to prh-e ., ,
exact ULvrieter f'nd.\-
i-; "IJctbcl can not I WOt.t get atlis me< j.II1'r V.1111.i ''It c'l1 11
corel just at [ her hand, "ia th-> } aro .nr1.I r'twc' rrr""IIII'rIY. 5.rrtuurn fiel
them him "" '4
prs WIc ; nj' when doing their bet, and at lus ndo. can ":,,. : .r "t're' 't Ih "
ent said the. : swearing OWl frc f"tn.L.IJI.t.snuS.. "
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"WhC'e' of HulfcihXLij I family." And I sini tho middle is &:. \ ), yi .., If 'nr.. : .f"i1'I.'c.l tlt.1.11 .. .. .
I walk oat ip very foolish for f'tlki rIOI' art.r lI.4J,
the '
: ; checkered : : way driverto A wonrj of Imdness seldom spoke riving iiilin'tn.ltYnVow tOi a pcrtr I 3, "' Cr
I Thus : .
." aprons ln having seek .c-\ \ ," \ .
.. ',:. lJclol'vle'l ( I to case. his mind. \\hilo\\ittyfeaj-ingsaic; as easily W. h ", ,\ .ti.O
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