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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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W vnP\G. CIVIL ENGINEERING. i 2 i : '! L' m I J lit 6 m \12mIsqunre. 'oung CUpid went storming' to Vulcan one awhile and ascertain the result; then l"Jte Change: from Biblical and tlerolo to How They tered-Flue Should Farm llou Kconomr* t-i', /,- 'bow V allthatcanr.r" practice may be '.

h R. F. ENSEY ,. 11 IOI} ] fj() 200' 00.-0000. day, he again and again went through th r 11\1al'1 1 !)!} 2 3 00 6 041)I 10 ((I l1i! 00 .'And besought him to look at his arrow. same performance. The tapping soundI The resort to biblical names among An honestly-maile m j"li'y I lhitb nut' .:.
3 bI1Ul1rCJ. .2 00 3 5O 6 0,1) 10 00 J5 00':10': 00 'TI s useless," he cried; "you must mend It, I well cared for by the farmer, Y-: valuable. A. :-
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cLr-a Ii square!: eo:) lo 00, 19 00 18 OU :aJ 00'65' (Ol() say I heard was explained and I knew well the women of this land up IMtJlrteen tv J pr not .
Ef squares_ )0 it'_ li: W;I, 20 (10)_ 25 00 ; 'Tis not the fervent and \'suaUy do. 8. I 6l mankind a majority litV '
FLA. ; 50 oot.O U) fit to let fly at a sparrow. its object. A few summers before years was undoubtedly due to =--Ilt- r. SCUtpe ung m uteruS )'e" ;}
Ten cents a line for the first and five cents i There's something that's wrong in the shaft or this. near our barn' at home I had puritanical spirit pervading our ,}.f"ntoo-; '' '. .., ,I .Id- is lIligb.eDnJ land lw' practically re- .:;
flragltIn ettm4tf leveling, tto., xs-: line for each Fubsequent insertion. the dart, ., utthe truth of tli?
anted Terms with f i aoourncj aul' 1 h.dtp&ctj.V bpi'cial rates for time advertisements upon For it flutters quite false to my aim: seen a black snake engaged in the nation-or .5.at'' least_the_._New__ __EnlandporliofroTit. _. b' V,:-, that they do not* averaging th' l'nte. pt:idi'ated or bas not accepted diristlanllj.at ":
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at the otoce. 'Tis an age. since it tairly went home,to "lie'heart. same maneuver",and, after killing it, ; The mate children were through. last one-half that 1en2 f BI :. will it be sal.l l hy any Intelligent ',

And the world really jests at my name. discovered that he had swalloweifa- given the names of Old Testament heroes time. This is{partly due tb the ron,, t srson that cliri, J. 0. IIAY ES i: SUBSCRIPTION RATES: turkey's egg ana adopted this methodto and the girl babies received nature of the, a.lllt'that they are run isle? Will the rattlers of the TELEGRAPH ,f{,
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V One year' .................... ............n QQ declare; all, I break the shell in order that the names that stood for types of early over but mainlY to lack of shelter and Ncj use the majority reject chrUUmnT ..
cix months:............................... 50 rye perfumed it with sweetest of sighs; egg might be more easily digested or, Hebraic virtue, beauty and gentleness.The care. T "evil is better Ibati K'tOtl--th:
D :E&J: tr.JI1I:: serr All subscriptions must be paid invariably in 'T is feathered with ringlets my mother might perhaps to relieve the inconvenience of ItisbeNS *'
>- advance. No discriminations In favor of puritan mind of New England had The hard.e: l'neJ dollars that have ., better than clnsiUnily
1,0.1.Communications, any. And wear the, barb gleams with light from its bulk. With a suitable cudgel I soon in its sternness, austerity and inflexible been invested in machinery should be the pa.stu "rloritles repudiate pI'\lktbl- ... a.poor. .t
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Office .rer Jouci' Brick Uloci. Interest solicited from all parts of tbe county. eyes; dispatched the snake, and, with my piety, something which would more guarded just 3TJurefully, as the grain ones .-.umess I. better than is ,.. .
E --.. I But falls without touching-ril\ break it, I hunting knife as a scalpel. at once pro- approximate to the Old taan to the in the bins* tho. live-stock in the Lion to the. 8 t'OC....t. ProllLahte- M Ion' .,

For vow-there's Hymen to ceeded to make the autopsy. I expected New Testament-which had a closer stables, or the mOney in the farmer's -A prominent x ."" .:,
i GEO. BAISDEN SECRET SOCIETIES. beginning pout; to find in the former while he thinks he is11"1 .1 '._ :".:
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so low an egg as the cause: of trouble, but was and examples of Moses than with farmer id:: generally insufficient for his calved for fattening ", : _.
Painter and Paper) Hanger Meets every Tuesday That Zephyr might puff it right out." much surprised slitting the body Ha sink poses by letting them suck. q\1 : ,-. V (;
V night at Odd Fellows' upon those of St. Paul. Hence the puritan's needs at best! ought not to raIalt V .
1 "- hail. Transient broth. Little Cupid went on with his pitiful tala open to see, instead of an egg, a full- pronounced liking for those old biblical any unnecessary amount 'in farm im he thinks that dairymen
STARKE FLA. .'' Fers cordially invited to Till Vulcan the weapon restored. grown, box-turtle turned out of it. It names. Glance over the record in plements. ones for their purposes: on skim ,:.
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ALL VTOIIIC GUAUANTEED.I Iltt IJd. j. c. WILLS, I will ask neither fee nor reward." was alive, too, and soon' opened the prose and verse of New England and There is a vast difference in the and nitrogenous grains. 'N ". ... 7i-.L.... .:'
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Noble Grand. The urchin shot out, and rare havoc he made; bottom and end of the box protrudedits you will find everywhere on the pages, manner of running machinery. Some -All tillage of heavy crops goes by ... .
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1'. J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. The wounded and dead were untold; head tail and the of There must be -: t
But no wonder the rogue had such slaughtering legs, and scrambledoff where women are mentioned such farmerswill get good work out of almost name hoeing. '
HUGO & WILLS, Improved Order trade, seemingly very grateful for its deliverance names as Miriam Salome Ruth Bath- any kind of a machine. Every frequent and thorough stirring of the .. '. ;.-,
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Men. For the arrow was plated with gold from an untimely and some- sheba, Eebekah, Sarah Hagar Adah, part of the machine',is looked after and soil by horse-power. This will not ,...*
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1 J Attorneys at Law fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at -Nebraska 45pV- State Journal what unpleasant death. I named him Zillah Eve, Rachel, Leah, Judith Ta- carefully tested bufore work is comnenccd. only kill the weeds, but is equal to a :_\V,

their Wigwam, Starke, Fla. TRUE SNAKE STORIES. Jonah and let him go. The cause of mar Deborah, Dinah Bilhah,and even If it is a cutting-machine, dressing of manure. There is no crop
J STARKE FLA. Transient! brothers are cordially invitedto the snake's uneasiness became aow Jezebel. And, note the fact! These like a mower or reaper, the knives are which requires more thorough weeding

attend. J. O. HAY. ES, Sachem.W. very plain as I continued the postmortem names many of them with a grand put in good order nuts guards!: and all than potatoes.A .

" Wmr.ractce. III.a'i(.'11 the cults.C.urtlln the Fourtfc il. UEACHAM, Chief of Records.::: One Man Who Sees No Object in for I further found-'that the imprisoned meaning, have too, a sonorous, full- parts made tight and secure; badly- race or family of hogs kept o; -'

Lying About Reptiles. chelonian, in its desperate toned swing in them. They are as if worn portions replaced with new ones the same farm will improve or degenerate 1

] Sons of Temperance.Meets : efforts to regain its liberty, had actual made to order to fit the women who and every thing pit in complete readiness according to the ability or

ROBERT KEITH, every Monday night in Temperance Facts Are Sufficiently Interesting When ly worked one of its feet through the wore them-stately, rather severe in before a start.is made. Teams are shiftlessness of the owner. By keep-

t Hall. WM. MEACHAM, W. F. Properly Presented-How a Buck Bat. ,. ophidian's stomach and through the mien, with no patience with their own carefully driven, and rough places ing the same family for a few years the V
' A. JAMES MILtON, Scribe. tied Successfully With a Kattle- outer integuments of its body. Hence faults and no indulgence for those of eased over. Sach men seldom have a farmer can produce a hog suited to his
Attorney atLaw snake-Other Truths.I ; with both reptiles it was literally a others. break-down in the midst of pressing cirumstances and manner of feeding.It &

oj CUUKCII D1UECTOUY.Chunk. struggle for life-for the survival of The years went by, and other views, work. is a little difficult during the

j. STARKE FLA. never could understand or appreciate the fittest-or toughest rather. Andso other manners, began to find their On the other baud there are farmers busy season to attend to the,.;J ng of '

,: Chur b. the propensity so common among I conclude that truth-especially in way among the decendants of these who can net, or do not get good the stock at regular Kfc&r Z,.t V it

Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer people otherwiso reliable to lie about regard to snakes-is sometimes as women. Then it was we fell upon the work out of any machine. They'seem should be done. IrregularrSj5, .'.' .

:.' L. B. 1UIODES{ meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. snakes. when the plain truth relatingto strange as fiction. evil days which gave us the Sarah to consider a mchino a thing of ing and especially irregrkjf' "V d

J. M. CALDWELL, Pastor. the disgusting reptiles would be as In another hunting excursion in the Janes, the Mary Anns, the Martha automatic intelligtice that will adjust milking will show in decrease5Ah_ V

I Sunday at Scboc-1]0:3.1.T. \ meew every iSundaymorning marvelous and interesting and of some American bottom, years ago. I was Janes, and the Samanthas, the reignof itself to all time regularities of Its on the stock and decreased milk in the

j Attorney at Law E. BUSG, Superintendent. value in acquainting us with their nature fortunate in having an opportunity to these names was not a long work, that all that is required of themis pail very soon. V

;, : and habits.In witness a singular combat, in which one although to this day there aro to furnish the m"'live power and the -As a rule white clover springs up?.. !6i
1872, our city, says a VirginiaIlls. the exhibition 'of animal instinct many daughters of the land who have machine will opersde. itself. on land that has been well rossed
STARK:, FLA. Presbyterian Cliurcli. ( .) correspondent of the St. Louis seemed only a, synonym for profound survived the "nominal" abomination They do not u derstand the"''real with wood ashes and though it affords

,,<''<,-,,," Services every Sunday:It. B. MATTICE at 10:30, a.m.Pastor. Republic having established a new reasoning. After passing through a thrust upon them soon after their needs of the mach e, and consequently excelent pasturage it is a very V.

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m cemetery, many of our people, living small thicket of plum trees and under- birth. do not keep thtl machine in good persistent Weed if it is allowed to grow

.. A. L. SCOTT, M.D.f L. C. HULL, Supt. both in and out of town, removed into brush I caught Y>sight of a fine, large Next in the course of events it be- working order. When a machine gets where it is not wanted. Cutting it off .
it the remains of their dead, who had buck, only a few yards distant, and was comes the fashion to give girls resonant out of order it can not do good work, only causes it to grow more vigorously.It .

. LATE FROM MICHIGAN. in years passed been buried around in about to raise my gun when my atten- names taken from the golden requires a much greater motive power. should be pulled up by hand from ,V4

Methodist Chureli. rural burying-grounds, on farms, and tion was arrested and curiosity excitedby scriptures of the ancients. All the and wears distinctively upon itself. among rows of vegetables. \-.r

:: L5itt{ rhYId! n i d r&&; D, 7:30:Services; p.m. every Prayer Sabbath meeting at every 10:30 a.m.Tuesdayand and about cross-road churches. Among his queer movements. I refrained shining records of ancient Greece and This is a proliltc cause of short life Ina -According to the Ohio Farmer an .

Thursday. at 7:30. these removals was the body of an old from firing at tho beautiful animal, and Rome even of swarthy Egypt were machine. exclusive apple grower of Illinois l is r

TERMS REASONABLE G. D. TURNER, Pastor. and much-respected citizen who had cautiously approached a little nearerin ransacked in the search, and the hoary But perhaps'the greatest loss in farm said to plant only half as far apart as .

. Offloe at Gaskins Drug Etvre.V Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. been buried in the country not quite a order to discover the cause of his records were made to give-up their implements occurs from the lack of the trees should stand permanently. .... ..r .
,J. CHARLES RICHARD, Supt. year before and was taken up for strange antics. From the time I first dead, so to speak to serve the living. housing and shelter. It is not an un- and then he brings three-fourths of .' .. -

transplanting during the January observed him ho was walking slowly The dark and winding paths of common sight IjO implements of all them into bearing as soon as possibleby V

TATE POWELL, M. I)., thaw. His coffin was homemadeone around sideways, in a circle of per- mediaeval times were penetrated, and kinds left out in thl yard and field, exposed girding. letting them produce all .V

V STAKKK. FL.t. Christian rimrch. of the old-fashioned sort-constructed haps a dozen feet diameter with head the result of all this was a deluge of to the destructive elements at they will until the permanent ones 'V

acts iL, 26; Acts xxvi., 2$; I. Peter iv., 10.( of walnut plank and neatly lowered and eyes intently watchingsome such [names as Cornelia, Claudia, all seasons of the year. Such treat need the room. The girdled trees are '. (i. L
After an experience of twenty years in the Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m.G. covered all over with black velvet. It central object. Occasionally ho Aurelia, Catulla, Marcella Terentia ment takes the life out of a machine then cut out and the others have all "''

o.4' T_>rv, promisingthe" icc of his profession latest aud, has tnoft no hesitancy sciemUcAtinent P. YOUNG, Pastor. had been buried in a five-foot grave threw up his head and darted back Placida, Lucretia Sappho, Sophro- before half its t'rJe of resistence to needed space for growth and productJ M

I! to those asking his services. Sunday School each Lord's day at :3 p.m. in a strong box of oak lumber, restingin precipitately, but only for a moment, nisbe Psyche Phoebe, Leda. Aspasia natural wear and tenr, under fair treat- iveness. 1 .

Calls to the country promptly attended C. J. ENTON> Supt. that on strips thivo inches thick and again resumed his circuit. lIe was Cleopatra, Leona Xenobia Isabella:! ment, has exph'ed.,Comparath'ely few -Will it pay to cut rough forage for t '
Diseases of females and children a FI t'hlty. placed under each end, leaving a clear so absorbed in this singular maneuver Inez. No girl was considered stylishif farmers have buildings expressly designed stock? To cut it involves the utillz81'Y'

Office at City Drug More. space of three inches between the that I crawled near enough to see the name she was called by did not for the jstoung. t of implements. tion of parts which the animal would V

OFFICIAL DllttiCTORY. bottom of the coffin and the floor of the across the circle he described without date back at least a thousand years or Implements al'e g<'I.ernlly stored in odd otherwise reject. but when cut will,be .

F. j. FIELD Officers. wooden vault. When the dirt had been attracting his notice.: I now saw that more. It was a time when the achieve- nooks and corners about the barns and swallowed without hesitation and V

V L. Witkovski.City thrown out of the grave and the lid of the focus of his fixed gaze was a huge ments and the civilization of ancient sheds. To be eton-d in places' of such nourish the animal just as much as any .

Mayor Aldermen- '. W. Sapp: U. D. Miner the oaken box taken up the workmenand rattlesnake coiled up in striking at- Rome and Greece formed more of a limited space {they must';" feually be part of the forage. It has been found VV V
ml M ; n':' W rk n! Pl lhnr George E. Pace, L. D. Wall, S. F. Gardiner. relatives present were much as- titude- with head and tail erect, and favorite study with the American youth taken apart anil packed V in sec that to cut evergreen sugar corn makesa VS

Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. tonished to see the coftin bare-completely keeping up a constant, thrilling whir than they do now, and to the reflex of ; tions. Now iiianyof th
V STARKE, FLA. Treasurer-Waiter Wills. I denuded of every vestige of its with his thirteen rattles. A vicious this learning was doubtless due the must be used at jdiffenfcfTtimes} all to cut the ordinary dried corn-stalk

Marshal--E. D. Wall. former velvet covering-and much they strike by the snake now and then fact of this profusion of ancient names. through the Hummer As it is adds thirty to forty per cent. The -

ALLWOAK: GDAPANTF.KD. Box 41. Assessor-T.. Sweat.V marveled that this material should decompose would be parried by the deer tossingup Finally however a new era in girls' quite a task tt> take'Ji' ne apart standard of value is the result in butter .

and totally disappear in so his head and dodging back instantly. names arose in this country. The first and put it together ry'ttme it p. ,

PEEK & FllAZEE, County Officer short a time. But when the coffin was The oddly-matched pair evidently traces of it dawned in the. horizon is used machines arejrefy* apt to're- Hard Work in the Blue Gras -.,"f'

I County Judge-W. F. Malphus. lifted out tho matter was explained.The understood each other's tacticsand about ten years ago. This was simul- main out from, the tknenthey are first '

V Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Waeki. spare between.its bottom and the power perfectly and, like well-trained taneous with the first faint indication used until the approach t>f winter precludes It was a day of perfect. beauty on ;
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Sheriff-H. W. Epperson. floor of the outer box was filled with pugilists in the prize-ring, were keen of Anglomania in this country. The all pqsaibility of using' them I which I drove through that region of )

Tax Assesser! -J. E. Wainright. tho velvet covering torn in shreds, and ly alert to every motion each made, craze for wearing ulsters and driving again. They are thus exposed to the perfect loveliness. The recent rains

STiHKE, IHUUFOICD CO., }'LA.. Tax Collector-M. M. Hale. in this soft mass they found a huge and prepared at all points for or capes, choking the neck in high stiff action of the(t'eme'1ts during the very had refreshed the face of nature and :/R

Abstracts Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. black snake sound asleep or in a protracted against any advantage that might bo collars and concealing thought in an worst part of Iho *ar. : the sunshine lay bright and warm on r
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peoaltj- Couiitv Commissioners Witkovski, trance. A knot-hole was foundin presented.The idiom made up largely of "doncherknows" The hot sun!, drying winds and rains I' the green felds The corpulent cattle V -: ;
Abstracts furnished showing: everl>oe "deahboys, effected
Mortgage, Lieu ,Tat Sale, Judgment, Attachment I\ B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinhole buck continued his walkaroundfor a cau- I colt.
and all matters of public record and tile ter, M. V. :Smith.:; the repulsive creature had no doubt some time, gradually increasinghis tious landing in New York and Boston and iron too for that matter. Every be taking a holiday of rest or play .

.affecting ounty. Florida Title ,of up to Heal date Estate of Abstract.in Bradford gained ingress to his comfortable winter speed and narrowing his circuit. and thence traveled slowly very slow- farmer who keeps a full set of heavy but the gait of the horsemen and .n

State OCIcer quarters. Instinct is said to be At length his opportunity came. The ly, westward. It reached here only a implements should have a building I vehicles ', ,met was not slow. The .:

Governor-}'. P. Fleming; Jacksonville. merely inherited experience. This snake, bewildered or fatigued by con- few years ago. About the same time, which these may bo stored at any time I scenery, the"all. and the sunshine ex- V

HEADQUARTERS FOR Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, may be true, but the sagacity exhibitedby stantly turning to face his antagonist too, the English and their American without taking apart. The mower cited religious feeling, and I sought to V '

Cra wfordville. this reptile in finding that knot- for a moment slackened his vigilance.This cousins across the wild waste of water reaper, seeder, hay-rake wagon and talk little on that line with George .;: _
FXRE XJSTSUB.. ..N"O Attorney-General-William LamarMon. hole down below the frost line, and in was what the deer had been look bethought them that there once liveda all small farm tool, should have their my driver. ,I was not a easy matter. V ': r

Repres.ntlng the Liverpool and London ttcello.Treasurer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. making such elegant and elaborate arrangements ing for. Instantly, and almost with race of men-the parent stock of respective places in this building and "George do you ever pray?" I aaked' :

and Globe Company. B. for its hibernation, must the rapidity of a streak of lightning, their own race-yclept the Anglo- should. be stored there when'hot,in "No sir; it wouldn't do any good
-- Commissioner Agriculture surely border upon the realm ofrea- with his front feet close together and Saxon; and they bethought them that aetualuse.. a boy like me to pray." he answered. -1
Wombwell. .
L L. C. HULL Comptroller-General D. Barnes. hoofs pointed forward, he spranguponthe they-rude, yellow-haired, beefgorging A one root shed with sliding doorsat 'Why not?" "Cause he'd go and jest f\\

Adjutant.Genernl-Davill Long! Cedar son.Many years ago, when quite a young coiled monster and as instantly barbarians though they werehadthe the front ind the floor about on the do the same thing arterwarda." .
Keys. man, I was on one occasionwith several bounded back to his former safe good taste to give their slender level with th.3 ground, makes an ex- "Can't a boy do right when he tries?'* 'i

t i Contractor and Builder Superintendent of Public Instruction-- companions, on a hunting expeditionin distance. It was done so quickly that daughters with the skin of snow,eyes celent arrangement: for this purpose. :rYes, he mout if he'd stay' by hiaselt; -1.

Albert Russell, Jacksonville. the American bottoms, not far from the snake had no time to strike; but of azure and hair of gold, very pretty The doorways should be wide enoughto but when he gits wid a gng-o : :1

STARK:::, FLA. old Fort Chartres. In the course of a the blow had failed in its aim. The poetic names. Why not dig out these allow any of tho implements to be know how dat is. .

United State! Officer calm, clear day in autumn while still reptile was wounded and bleeding but forgotten names again and stick themon backed in readily.. It is no trouble at Jim?" George broke off suddenly a :

lotice.Plant and Carpenter specifications work furnished solicited en short aad Refister-S. C. Tucker, Gainesville. hunting for deer I had stopped to rest seemed reanimated and glared savagely the girls of the latter-day period? all to store machinery with such accommodations. we met a stoutbtt shrewd-looking .i-

promptly} attended to. Receiver-Z. T. Crawford, Gainesville. in the shade of a pecan tree at the at his stately enemy, and rattled Why not? And it was done. And The horses need not old negro riding. a cle-lmb

Hand-made brick for sale either at the kllr Surveyor-General B. Bloiham, Tal edge of the prairie. The silence that louder, and flashed his tongue out in thus, Edith, my dear it is that you be unhitched from the machine In use looking bay. 'Dnr hor Jim i

.I delivered at the depot. tahassee. prevailed as I seated myself at the mad defiance. The buck was not bear your own pretty name. Thus it until it is under cover. The saving- in Is on I a sister to Castile.1* continuedGeorge ::

'-- Hon. Hamuell'asco.SENATORS.Monticello. foot of the tree was broken only by the the least disconcerted by this hideous is that on that pretty Japanese tray in farm machinery would soon pay for with genuine Kntuck

Hon. Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. twittering of a startled bird or the ebullition of wrath, but steadily the front hall of your mamma's beau- such a building. While it costs but afew stI And so it wa entu'j.

J. W HICKS REPa :SE. TATIVES. buzzing of a mosquito when suddenly, continued the siege. After awhile he tiful home you see so many curds with dollars at the start it will ultimately religion t George he

First District-Hon. R. H. M. Davidson, from a little thicket of persimmontrees I II caught another opportunity, and with names beginning in Elfrida, Ethel save tho fat mer hundreds of dollars talk "horse" to me. and it was a pretty < 1.1.v'
few feet came a peculiar I I perhaps. -Western Plowman. even race, the horse being a little :
Qti iucy. a away the swiftness of thought he repeatedhis Gladys, Hertha Adelgunda Waltruda, : ;
CITY Second District-lIon. Chas. Dougherty sound as though some one was strikingthe spring forward and back again. Edgarda, Aelwitha, Melgunda Ed- ---i.-' ahead much of the time.-Dr. Fitzgerald 1

BARBER Port Orange. ground with a stick or pole, as in This stroke ended the contest. The mund, Ethelreda and Adelhyda.-Chicago A New Aliment: from Wheat.... in Nashville-. ._ _p.Christian Advocate r .

the act of killing a snake. The strokes pointsand sharp edges of the hoofs- Herald. 1-to L Genie Civil' Dr. Protection Against Insects. >&t ,.
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were repeated quick chisel-like-struck the snake squarelyat -
-AND- PATENTS. six or eight times and ceased for a the base of the neck, where it rose Women Are Not Humorists. Dujardin-Beafimet/i the Paris Acac smy recently of Medicine exhibitedat anew Many people do not know how easily, V V .<
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few minutes,then were again repeatedas above the coiled body and almost severed they can protect adthoi
Hair Dresser. before. I listened to this strange it. The head dropped and the Women as a rule are not fond of alimentary If1bstJ1ce-ulromen- children against the bites of gnata /
tinen-which is obtained from wheat
4 noise for some time trying in vain to coil loosened, yet the rattling continued jokes; they listen to clever stories with i other insects. Weak carbolic ai -
OPEN AT ALL TIMES. account for it. Familiar as I was with though not so furiously. The simulated amusement and forget them by the aid ,of special, millstones.of sponged on the skin and hair ad *
j Fromentine i ijj th'j embryo wheat
H. HOUGH the woods and lakes and prairies of buck immediately. The for this lies some cases the cloting. will drivoaway _
FRANKLIN prudently kept his distance reason
on Call wary
tih.p st., Just East of Railroad ; educed to flcjur and deprived of the whole -. .
this, my native county and with all and cautiously walked again around in one of the essentials in the makeupof the trb. great_ manychildren
V Will constantly keep on hand a fall the denizens that inhabited them, from his prostrate foe. Two or three timeshe woman; her profound and tender oil which it contains. The substance and not a few adults are tormented "
.. Hneof the ooda for sale SOLICITOR OF I could contains thre-J tina's more nitrogenous throughout the whole summer .-
S ( fallowing : the deer down to sand gnats, made the circuit when he again sympathy. Humor deals with the '
Dandruff the hair. substance thark merit, and a strong proportion We know .:
Cure to c.eanse minute enemies.
think of no bird beast or reptile capable the reptile. and weakness of humanity it by persons
sprang upon again, ; exposes "
Cream of Roses for the face to remove of sugar. Thus the amountof who afraid of picnics and even of .,
,
that.
lunburn: tan freckles and smoothe the Am ri r itt of lJlakingsuch a noise as and again-determined to make a complete foibles and punctures tender skin. is 51 a :
in it
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'D In r : the miniature cautiously nitrogenous nyitter .percent their own on this acojpnt.Clothing :
akin; A full line of Razors and Hone Entering grove job of it, or perhaps to give the Humor sets the world laughing at while that of the richest meat. grdens. for ;'.
eon$tantJy on hand old razors repaired with gun in hand, I presently found rattler do taste of punishment after some blunder of a man. It is woman i protection, V ,
and the
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mutton is but 21; cent.,
per have child foot and
Stretchedat we seen a
J. W. HICKS, the object of my search. death-until little of it was left but a 1 nature to cover up. excuse and re- .ho
S. Patent Office. Digestible substance
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925 F street Near
proportion the
ankle had been through ;
Slarkt, Fla. full length on the ground was a bull- bleeding, mangled mass. I could not form. Follies are too serious in her stung V V '
of the total
I reaches 87 per cent that for days she
snake nearly six feet long. About find it in my heart to slay the victor eyes to laugh at. If women were stocking s seriously .
: WASHINGTON. D. C the place where his stomach should after such a startling exhibition of humorists they would not,be the most weight. Hence it would appear that it could not wear a leather sho All V .

W1I1TB LHRV nH have been-and was-his body was sagacity and pluck and permitted the earnest church workers, the most might meat advantageously as in. concentrated replace foodIt powdered this,can b&voidedaccording to our of : :, i,

bulged out disproportionately, rendering graceful beast to go his! way unmo. tender of nurses, and the most sentimental and experience, belive :
1 All business before the United States Patent it apparent that he had that morning lested by venomous serpent or merci- and refined portion of human- can be used ,for making soups of many others, by carbolic aid judiciously ; ;
Office attended to for moderate lees. Patent been lucky enough to find his less ity. The same inherent quality which even; for making! biscuits, the taate used. The safest plan ia to keep V' .:"l.;
biped. '
and all which would not he disagreeable.! The the acid. The :,
foreign ot
procured In the United States moments' observa- a saturated solution
for breakfast. A few would make
Eggs Hatching a true woman, a real 1
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LABELS regis! a'
countries. THVDE MARKS AND also that there wheat germs employed are byproduct solution can not contain more than six .
tered. Rejected applications revived and tion made it apparent woman shrink as judge from pro- of .
in the Schweitzer manufacturing addedto
prosecuted. Information and advice as to had been some error in his diet and Real-Estate Agent-"I can let youa nouncing a death sentence, or as process Or seven per cent., and it may.be.

ONE( DOLLAR FOR f IS I IKnnp's obtaining Patents cheerfully\ furnished. without that, in consequence, he was sufferingthe very pretty cottage on Piano street soldier from shooting an enemy flour which can be kept for along water until the latter smells strongly. .
time without deteriorating.
V and with perfect .
chanre. pangs of dyspepsia, or had a spellof l for \nly- JIouse-seeker-'Vha1 through the heart makes it impossible This may readily V
.. i end Sketch or Model for free opinion I the colic, for presently he raised did you say the name of the street for her to become a humorist. --4---'iJ.t't .. V safety be applied with a' sponge. Wehave
WWte vgbol'D', ( Strain urn fliP m. to patentability. 1 the bulge in his body six or eight was?"' Real-Estate Agent- \Piano I Wit a'woman may have wit: she does the 'togs run In the pastum no"doubt that horses and cattle
ansI!! profitable variety t..r Florida. f1 Copies of Patents furnisheA tot 2& centi : ,inches aud suddenly brought it down I street." houseseeker'Thanks.. 1 I and is a formidable adversary through July! :anil August and don't could b protected In the same way
DAretullpacte.j tIIIJ d \\'iIllook littl further.liurliugtou .'' them unt. They are hot enough from the flies, which sometimes nearly -s.
with force believe a j give
.ii.-4 III O.r.fe" price .Ad.lrj-a: on the ground vigorous < with her stiletto points Qf irouy and .
tVS c..:. 1.:- oX. 4S I iig moveineut. lie repeated several i l'r O4 Vxs. V satire.-Washington Post. YUlho'utit. -\\tcjfU" 'rlownaxi.V. k aet them-Uoited rrejbter
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4r .TlBk r5f. ) ( I 't ,trait; till this offer M V with, I from the:Office of the Coupfy Jndffjof; Urac1rordColllt* for the Ia etreult. Bradford Court County.4th Judicial Thp, State Circuit of FJorida.J. of Florida. .

/r* -r- : I'ra.rra, but'cpmje a period beginning on the first day u.*. Oct /ert A. D 1000,. __J e n.inr* I .M. Trnby, s. J. Sternbonc'&K. )
and 'sub- RUBY
Dn.cp on the ,_ STERNBDRB AND
t eceDd day of : Strong. Merchant and 1 VO.V
./Edltqr ." September A. D. 89.
f be; 't '. rartmn doing business under Auxnpm1t,wt .
.. -= Zber; foe firm name and sfy.'p\t by &JtAChmea .
t ., .V..C.IPI' '-' I per of Truoy Steruburytpa Snm $worn tp I
: ... :J "In anqther ifl Liie.; To whom gmnted For what : Cpmpaay. ? .117.88.
rln #lumji be foj nd a 1. puri1. From To SZat Co"tT. .rVii.. I "
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1MtJI. fI.II ,, froifl IIr.- Arthur p.ckstfivw&o V1..JGEobert.2.--.J: L .'::::" : iMercbaDt... .Oct l.83..Oct.V'WlWWt Ii m' The above named def nd4r.t A. L. Spott, whose
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(,12$ I ha. chargeqf, Florida' a"-.F B ther .;: DruggMt... .._:... ., .. Ii 00 property was attached to ppy the debt and :
..__ iiiSKtoto! ": : Merba"br: ;:; It l I 00 other Interested are hereby notified V
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; J commencement the above by
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hiujt Paris edition. lIe ..._.zz.. :" ': -' .: .
6..mth fercfwiiterwiite ..;.... t JO 00 :5 OQ &DfJ'are hereby required to appear TJipy' 'ft"JiJJt tp 6011 Groceries
There rob _:::.: : V .. you your Provisions
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sceroi I 18 Vey1inia.i8? | th.a* Florida should q.......1onf'.r&Hefberg l'K- : :: .: :.. lQOO am plead demur to declaration filM therein oyt be Flour
8.U D _. ._.r..Merchantt..f..:.. : 1000 500 I seventh day of October A.D. 1880. tbe sam being
Wloer .
opinion ) ; : .: Corn and Bran
Hay
among I be beiler! a/Jvprtjsed and he '..__.0 W -1.., .. .r .. JO 00 I 00 the first Monday of said month and the rule Oats, -
"n' the ditching pf proposes ..._.. Blantenburg..lferebant.._:.. ...... ......+._. V :.: JO 00 5 OJ day of this Court, or judgment will be taken .
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I IV oljayje at-aij fall) dafe in n..._. :;......._... :.Fire IIlIW'aD: 10 00 5 co against them by default
printed : :_ i
Fruit 500 (
erns that au French iz.:.... Mr.John... Store. .1 00 L. B. RHODES Thpy want to sell you your Dry *ooJs and Notions.
.. I a/.J/ Ttble. .-J.-. ; 500 2 ro
English number of 13..0 H ; : : July 3,1880. Plaintiff Attorney.
any Moon..Rl' :
A From them as trl 1y I 9sr'Jr' .of circular *it.._..:_..&M Alvarea........-:.:.....; .. fercbant."' '.. ..:-:...... ,- '.. .. 1'100 5 II z I ro 00' I do of hereby the certify tLat the abote fat a true They want to spjl Oithliig l and
? and to distrib W HodgeR.. ........._. ::: :: ;; copy original notice now on file in my you Tour t'qrnlshing Goods
LorX a.: 14.-VQD ::! ) ... ....-.: 10 r.o 5 po one. 1Vitoe. my hand apd seal of Court this *
TUdolt I phem at 1'II.8hot3 ..... 10 00' I 00' v
LLfan1 a trifling cost. *fo 11..1on. Store. Juy3.J889.} V V V -
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An'IivIa' InZc 18....... \v Andrei.............rMerchuita ..--... .: V V JO eo 'V T. ccis, They want to sell Hgfc and
: <" Ih,2 tate lloaltl| fail this 10..... .o Livery Stable..... J500. [SEAL.] Clerk you your Caps.. -
tpaccept :: W Jaines& CO...;;........... .
I V41S0 Snndw :..... :Bahtonli! .. Merchants.... .. 1000 i 00 !
'Throu.. *5 Ve hope Starke will head 21, ..Jwi ft j-neB........... ".. L..:.:.. ..:.. :: V ;.. It 00 A 00 They want to sell Hoots I
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.. J..a:: BlcCulIfy; .: .....: V :. . To 16 ro 5 00 J Notio you your Shops and
: Rubbers.&V
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.JVhe" "alI't u; ....;K a ware.... .. ...-...-.-..... -.; .u 'v IlV WHEREAS David L, Alvarez.administrator of
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fish are I al41ra 1 24._ ...... : ,. 10'0 503 M. F late Bradford They want to sell Ion Yoqr HardkaVe
Tools
f1 f'lll' t. r.'. .H..._ .Brad'umel'Jl. ..._...... .;, ....I-. I.V 1000 600 County. eatater' Brown, deceased, baa filed in and Building :.

the main street of I sap'd eirpujars' ( C cFi1 ti\'t of our t l'v.nperatjre Exchapg6 or 11. I .. I my office a suggestion qf the insolvency pf said Material. V
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: these therefore all ,
that eai ) street f .... ..... ,. -. are to notify persomj -- -V j
; < I djstribnU'd in Parin.The .. ....... : __ I" 00 uu n5lJhfl ,claims 'ag iald entate. to flje the V
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ft ...._.. ......:....... !They want tQ sell
Vm. 87 \Vm Mltahell -- -c- : JOTiS 00 t same iu my office.duly authenticated,on or by yon your Wagons, Bugles, Agricultural. V
$ being a.river.. 28 .;.....HarchHaokeraon.._.._...Restaurant..r.._.... ..: 5 00 250 I the Second day of January A. D. 15O,on which 1m.
the .... ...M W Turner ...- ......... ..Merqb4pt......._ .. : VI10 6 It)I day there will bo made probate distribution of plements, Seeds and Fertilizers.
etpry may bp ;a hD $ jwue'of Florida Agrlcutl ,." .:._.w I Xeach&m ........_..!_Merchant........... V Ill 00 500 the assets of said estate a the emitters of '
0 is 31...!::_.Blnley& Bro...:.....:.::.::bDO nT..;...:. .Jan.l. 'II! ..! 760 875 the same. amopg They WaIt; tQ sell 'j lliiiLI4tlJes ,
4. jipt annul the fact pf Aug. 28tji.i just at hand. 3..::.....A.r..1)ler.t TalUferro ::':'....,_.MerchanfB...::..:...;.Oct 1.A. '8S .'... : 1001 600 a I Witness my Rand and seal this May 24th. .4.. LIflrllt and Whins, Iq
r8t.arke iwiueof that at.ProfBprke: ... .. ....8bowl..r. .:.. t. .fIII 760 3 7S.I D.M88. WM. F. ftict they want; tp pell you everything -
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p rec4| 4* ) ; always interesting .14..H 0 Parkea..Mercb- : ::: n.:........Oct 1, 88 1010 50QQO I [SEAL] County 1J.LfIDiBII. _inajr need. Give them V
will Iltov' inter 86...... p' King.....:::'.. .......flriggiit.- 1000 | I 47mo Judge. ft trial, aud you will be convinced that they will save
) partipujarly M..Hifberer:; ( & Rfsba'cr..:....:.'..1Iereflanta.-M: ... 1,,'fifl 'q. ,5 II 93 : you money'on
V 1r,1oeridg 'to-"' our frnit' and 87.......;.M'C 001.._................. ......VOct. 1, 88 10 00 500 IN CIRCUIT COURT. 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT everything YOU buy *>nd at tqe san c time'guarantee the
; .,. grpwprs ..._ .......'.. V .._ qua. .
l fpt the M* ; 38. .u H cooks.---; .. 1000 600) I. QF FIX>RDA, BRADFORD COUNTY. lity and quantity of Goo ug Ru&sell...... ...._... _
i ii 59..Epp4n&t & : '. 1000 600) t.
'fb bue qf tb'e i trs, as jsdevgt t Vcntiry! to- 40....V J Shlllll&n......_......_ :. ..:.:......:. \. V 10 00 600 I: AXXIE D&IOOCR8 ) Bill -
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t' subject of irrigatipn-ra subjecf 41 M rll lq"p.nt'y& Odom Milliners ;.8. ; }: ;; )000 op ; HURT DRIOOKR 1 UvOrCe.V V

}qITe bone'ind : commends itself! j jrnniediately. ) CQCXTI STATE OF or FWRID&V BRAoromo. )( 1 thlq It Court being nude that the to defendant appear to;in the the satisfaction above stated of

V ; se vffjpfjhp I. Wm. F. Malphun.Couqty Jpdg In and for the Coupt and State aforewJ-,-certify that the pause to a non-resident and that his residence is TRUBY STERNBURG & COM-PA
I the inleiest pf everyone iptyree. above tabulated Statement is a true exhibit of all perqns and their occupations Who have obtained I unknown and that he id Qverthe age of 21 years Y E:
fo people appreciate ; soil. ,Oocupatioq License front my offioe during the.license veacbesinnia?October isti' A. t. 1838,up to. it Is ordered. adjudged and decreed that the said J
\\.iJruse the I in the tillage pf the The date together with duration anSI respectivtjaosisof such- Jiceqses. ; defendant. Henry Drf ere. be and is hereby required .
Mapes Done this 2d of -
day ptembftr, A. D. 1M89. VSE4L to a' 8wer plead or demur fo the bill l
gn' ltur8'' discusses jjip fejibjcpl [ ] WM. F. MALFHCBS Cqunty Judge. I herein filed on or before the seventh day of Oc
.
rasn. I ti practically! and tuber A. D. Ifi89 or .aid bill will be taken as STARKE .
.tly aqd ,
II confersed,provided that publication of this order H{ in I/I--t FLORIDA

JZ. Several q !I contributions from men of ONE ::iLIoN: ; lia appointed ncr. Wheel by or him Union., to meet or the some presidentnt person I be prior made to that once day a week in the for Bradford four consecutive County weeks TELS-I V }

a: : Illation fpi Stark 'lp 1 ability and experience secretary pf hit couqly alliance on the GRAPH Bradford., a newspaper and that a copy published af said in order said be county posted of L A. E. MOITT

are past. Let no l1d to the publishers for a copy. !Piaf.es! of Florida Advertising 88th of September, at the county seat, for on the doer of the Court House of the said coun
the of ty. Done and ordered by me. this 28th day of
Matter purpose rceiyinginstr1ctio&8 from '
Aueust.A. D BS9.
but put hi* ftl"tlr Negro tlol the national cottOQ committee. [L S.J } W. T. Wcu't. BT..A..RKE (CJ\ STREET) .FLORIDA. :
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and help along. ,! The Little Hock Register of Aug. 27ih, for flie; Paris' JZrposiiion.Paris. Resolved TU.nl each scCrut iry of every elk Cireult Court -uw_ -
Buaa -
w & WILLS, N. D.WAIMRIOBT 1
cotton stale: he charged: with the duty of I y
ppcak a" good' tbe' following of a terrible: negro Aug. SQth. 1839. Complainants Solicitors. D. C. To my Patrons and the general Pnhlic I would V
before respectfully
placing tlese immediately announce
redolu.tipns \
V Tjiy Paiis Exposition Is a gigantic suc> \ I.w. T Weeks, Clerk of the Circuit Court In
wake ,up, and S 1 1i4 at Jordjmtmwk\ rk-yier county, re- cuss, qnd the Mlendance is enormous. their respective county presidents.and and that for Bradford County. Florida, do certi'y that :J am still a.t n\y old stand, ready ia serve my custon.2rs on shorts Votiee
/; 1q4l4'' deali| o.f r teytTdl; und the Lust virLfk it uvcniged 160,000 l charge all the expense of printing and the foregoing fc I a true and correct copy of *
\ daily. Up the
what !its citizens the to the national alliance 1 original order in said cause now on file in my \ h.eitofar I shall id the future u s>einy het endeavors ,c. Lurk
15th the postage
) n4rlJg"f many others: to of August nurai>cT of \nay--, office- Witness mv hand a-'d; sal of aMd Cwirt
Ji1g a L : small ins visiliirM was 1 ,24 .965 MS compared Resolved.'Thai the f.-ifrnVrs; he urged to this 28th day of August, A. D. 1889. 04; gucci vo.rk a( a lov figure. I solicit\ the attention: of those iu we<3 of
The Jordajibrook; is a town situated 9,3 i take in their- (SEAL.1 W. T.Wn .
special sheltering cotton
county with q,04.1:.74.8 at the ExposiUqu of care s Clerk. .
: great .
: edge of.ati immense strip of pine ?Hm: 'V frq.m the damaging wcuVllcr.Resolved. ItT N. D. WAINRIOHT.,
t '.'taken t.be'1tull1t1]! miles''* from the. nearest tele- J87tJ. Deputy Clerk. i OaJ ages,
'm.any Last spring when seeking to ir.terubt ., Tjwt every.'HKfYSRjiper ;a \IliEutl '

z speak. They .ur! some n e.time_\the) of that Florjdinnij! in this Exposition, { stated that 8l ;. \Jn S3rp p it1l3V with thu farthers, i! NOTICE. Bu

ally iq ft, bpd}; and i been spending negruei their Saturday county'nights ube itlciidunce would exceed 10.00Q.QOO. requested (o chairman.publish' these Kyl'es resolutions.R Ott the tll'flt Monday in Oct. 1889 tb? FubHc giee.Wegone :
Sledge Tex..
and Roads .
many jx-oplo thought I drew on my of Bradtordcounty. Fia. will be let out -
arbitration i ip each a jub'lpe peremony i in the woods near imagination tot the figures.. It is now A T Hatcher. Grand Cane LaW to the lowest boda %ie bidder by Districts, said
V
'. ; nod 'ja.8t'Saturday bight wa: set a* not that iiltendancc B Lacy. Winpnn. Miss. Roads will embrace all Bridges ten feet and] ,:- Oat.
improbable the will
vrhicb) there is any lime for tip especially large and up- retch 25UOUUOQ.Three S 1) Alexander. Charlotte, N. C.J.L under under.the Those Supervision over ten of each feet Superintendent will be kept u'p in. or any othe? &tyk) of

V to adjust. They : '. s gathering.: A great quantity pf mqniljs! of ol en'ation led me to P Fealherstonir. Forest City. Ark. his District. All bids must be sealed and ad- V
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I was IUlr duct.'tI. people coming believe that 31 L Don ldno. Greenville, 8. C.V dressrd to the Chairman of the Board of Road
splendid fesi\ll follow
t pflr next \\ all, over the country purticlj. ; ale mi $ would \ J Northen, Spnrta. Ga. Superintendant8the Board' reserves the right to VEHICLES.lows
u general distribution of fir
i &"iiurrI111." inexpensive ? reject anv or all tIds at their discretion, this
I well\ gentlemen. culurs descriptive: \ of Floride% HUractive R F Qolb. Montgomery A.la. Aue26.1889. L. P. WALL. .
9 o'clock
.t- Shortly lifter trouble began iii cities and towns.\ ." 1 will therefore under- R M Hord; secretary rTashvillc, 1" i t ATTEST Chairman.W .VV V
) Joseph Jordan iud .
quarrel l-etwccy M. .DDtNQ. lek.
County S bcoJ Ium I ewcomb, and it V'ldcu.in( :t.CNV-: Ukc tp distribute at the collective Industrial IuIV ? Cultivators
ft. anc ugricuUiind exhibits of the Plan Cholera Mle"'I. \ Harrows to orderf]Ltud Jj
J. Tj..llill i inf6rme ) flouting JOIdan iii the breitsl'wi\ Notice of Election.\
: ? i loiul The and Jacksonville. Tampa and Key Went\ F. p. ,nrkp. of Rogers Cit}'. Midi. *
interests of : of turkey shot. woquded man totems one million of such circulars. 811\ (U'e eptdeoiic o.f last JCI f in Tresque: f Where te Town of Btarke has been by this V -
carried lOW lie wppUs, and while Board declared and other
{ )\he Isle in winch constituted a Special School Farming Implements..Ntt .
goun'v 6U .
descriptive of dues and in FloridawUose'citizcns many
towns persons
: a boqm. Never was s\ill\ going ou at the grounUif .: Sub-District of Bradford County. 8Ute of Florida
z0. g or business in\ert-sla\ will \\M\ tUeir lives, was cholffic dysentery in- therefore it is ordered that an election be .
tqry pf \}\$ pqp.nty died from tl\e.effects o.f his wounds. ply. for the barn cod of printing thcln. s\ntl of 'cho.leni. as firs.t rcpl.lr\c.\ lieused held,and notJ.& hereby given that an election REf- ftf Vehicle Agricultuval Jnj>leraet4 T iatEhiuery t
AleJin'hl1oho utmost confusion and 'Thu .I\.L. of vistos lit E Chuml>crlain's Colic.: Cholera and be held at Btarke.Floridathe Vith day of kIn GUliS Pistols, etc. made ami .
manifested sqth \ scalte'ied : majority ;kus ber A. P. IS* for the purpose of deciding neatly strongly by t.'Jt""cn 'd jV '
prevailed.The women pition 1-\olitdj Iak nH prtiited 'little, \ Dinrrhcea Remedy, and says it succeeded whether the said sub district shall be specially Workmen.. Only tbe best n>ii,'riab used. V
0c wufk, Quite a get out of the way. nod the men tired at offered them and rarely throw'it a\\11). where all .tlier. ccnicdics failed. Not asingle taxed to raise funds overand above the state and I.
(' other' in the irV drunken' fury not The distribution'can be judiciously neo case: was lost in which I U was used county tax to increase the school privileges and r HOfl8 SHOEING
bouses are being who they were shooting ac. This remedy is the m<> opportunities in said sub-district; and also for according Scientiijc rrinelples. -Ii (4V'
I )1ishcc\ hrouh; \I hic aiu of the several s\\ reliable\ and most the purpose o(electing three School Trustees
V tpects for a In J the clamor that resulted ;U wns (im assistants! I bav; (; here.! Tft save Ume n ndco.st successful. remedy known for colic, choler and for saW sub-dl trict. at which election only in ,

\ ( to secure the mimes of 11:1111e I of transportation, und fpr facility In i mp.rbus, dysentery dinrrhoaa. and I tax payers on real personal property within .

V )__\'tAo ., werenif better. d, but it is known \that several 1 tire' handling; these circulars should 1rJ'print bl oo.lj flux. 25 and o>0 CCII( b/rttles for be the entitled corporate Umjts of said Town of tare wiU. GARDINER ms PACE

t V '' hurt, while many are wounded. ed 1 here, in French and English and qu sale by Rivers & Joined migOtf tovote.The Board of Public Instruction

,'- "-J : Thp rpceut beav Holt is known tu' be dead, with' the same, sheet. They should. Lie descriptive ; for the County of Bradford),.

V '. bullets'in! his body while*Auderson of the resources and attractions of TI, re was a terrl lp epidemic, o/ dysen.tery .tth.. ... State of Florida... _
f1' : very plainly illll1y'near' him shot through the hip. and bloody fjax III fl U. L*. ALTAacz $AfK Braclfcrd :
'V localities rather ihnu of individual intereb Pure county, J. I... HILL Chairman.. County Florid V V
"j. : 't J' Bradford county | $ men met in the darkness' and, be 's. and should set torth in short pU'iy' : IHino's\ ..last; summer. As n\iny: fS.fivc Secretary.Stauke .
n a battle with pistols. paragraphs. the special inducements which deaths occurred in"one day. Messrs. Florida p ;. 2d. 1889.

.. nystem of As soon us tlu- news reached Loc Cr" each liicality offers to tourists settlers ant Walter liros. of W-altersltprg.: ) over

.i f1 that are well Vr: a posse of, while men started for in\"Cslurl. They should' bear son.e. iillir-. ? : 380 bpJtles of, Cbam erlaln's Colic Cbolel'l FloridTrunkLine. REAL ESTATE AGENTS

V .' ]ksthan those fepcneTof' tbe disturbance but the hon.. cial character l hy being issued by the direction I and Diarrhoea Remedy during (U'isit1ewic _. \ ,
,. ThL' V l\nli ii4a11 disappeared( eri they of the board oT trade fir'by 111 JI] f;\ and say they never heard of \its CENTRAL ... '* 'of

0 city council 'fh.c.'grou.nds were in. great disr a\uhp.ri.iy of the county cummiines, or fading' any ruse'when* th.e. d liiectionswereTcJlo.vved. FLORIDA .k,1.

9 have. the city l / and, htr"V $ every evidence, of he approval o.f' v!t.c: VilV i' V0 .ncil 0' other, It was the only modicineusedr ft. R., .'P-.
I liad takeu that did\ the worst
deadlylruggle \vhich\ I. l endorseincn''. c re case Muaypersons
siii .
Formerly tfc-c J1' B. .
# n..co.IRud.rd ORANGE
If water is. Tlyj iinporUnce of suc\! oflcial 1 nuthorZntion'in were f I4 by it nfler the doctors GROVES -J
: ,
had S
--- given I lhicInI\p.\ 25 tinct 50.cent bol- Time1l1cd..J..ue %, 1889"
; and soak ( th: eyes of Europeans it \voujdie t
putrefy Ilc1fur sale ',v Risers & Joiner,. 3 I ;SOUTUERNDlV'.l 8 I 4 V "
A f;llf of Cold.Vhjk I dit cult to exaggerate. It Would'ulau.. & \

_( \ wells and houses \ : : wc kmen were enpigeil \:1l;gg- bj l? \yyll to add the names,and addresses of Au.tf V !70't0)) )pTlO!!;:il V'aILvFern"ndlna) a'[I.v Jacksonville Ar 305p ISOp 830a 6 10 a IMPR.OVEDFARMS\;: V
,
4 gon'h\ {< ; I ftll. | ns.onthutlltKtlho corner one or more o( lie officers o[ the orgnnizu- IiOOPIIl27aIL'lIlI.han.! | ,r IMP 640a5COa
Ala inc ana Bridge streets lliisiuorning, lion \inder '.\loe auspices they were li6wd SSflp'12.kipLv' Baldwin ArrJ4.Jp V
k; usti.i.1\ one of the colored men. found and those \ylio.'desired might Clrrelpii'14 DRUGSTORE 1I Ot.5p?5pi27pArAr! l42pAr| Lawtey Starke1'Ar 11 68 a 3 Ma -ft LANDaf'rf
1128 a 3 0a2IX
nlsh dtlh10on' ($16.50)) on the, end.o{ directly with the lopality described.lial .. l O3Jp p'A' ;, Waldo \r 10 52 a 2Oi" 3
: I.rangc\ i B.hpv L atiere was no one \bott. 'by r being in my judgm/ent/ the quick- Il20p! atrZp Ar. Uawtbnru" Ar27ta )a .

lime l>ujfttb.e'n.1ue.'[ Lliimh\\8 relurnt e si, uiosl :flectiyv[ find, \\m\\ expcnsiYemtthod SSOal 10aj) 4WJ+Jp.tr WildwoodLcesburg Orala Ar OOTpl.'OlaOJa !,OOOOOO Acres of Und to tile ; j I
Ar Belonging
of will FLOIJI
t A
A &? wen hp bc.rd t\o boys talking o.t having for all flections cf F.l '.itla'Lo.par; -. 5 in"t| 8 10 pAr Ar 7?5a 9'Opf > .:

get tn:d >t lots, of gold. Two old concrete; i cipate in and proflt by \(lis the greatest Ii 010 1' Ar TiiJarws Lv 710) a SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO., ilwlribut iA throughout the tatefc and; .
et blood Pfllboforyeai\ s.and \\L'i xposiuon the w.orld hits. ever seen. I. 94a82.pAr_ Orlando Lv 5 45 a, too Li'

I ary that tuay be. ; % Klwnys% sai it\\ th.i\ a lot, ot ttca; .llre was: would suggest and n.rgo.th..\ t.11. various J 1Vj I I T.MPoDIV'N.. I I 30 soMthward from tIe south bowdr o( ieorgl A to, Fort Harrelin ,. ff..ift.extt

: their town; in th 1 ? :' HWHY in the walls. Wli n Mauce h wards, of trade or other inlerrated organ- 71'0,1' Ly Jaoks6niIfle Aj 110a Monroe

{ gn\e \be contract to Mr. Llnmbi is tp, i Cations, throughout the state speedily 500a Lv Wildwood An0a 80\5 P. cwntyfribral ;
V f'9, far as to "blow' i was uuder8lood* t p irepnre ao.d fiend tue short descriptive Ii Ar Panasotrkee' 8 '
"c th* houses 1\\ 6 \0 a Ar 8\U11ternue MI 1 '.
; .: Qn the ether I n tlicfe tWta V treasure% should ttA articles' of poi more than oi\c tbot\ nd.words. 1 f5 a -r $1. Catharne ArJ G 4 I p P.: Terms cwd Special fnditceinevts ws offered /ft ,, ; .,
l \. each; on receipt of whi.ch and tIke 805 a Ar L&cooche. Ar I 0'J 1 P :
:;: jjood things may 1 wiHIuiyehe 89a Ai Dade(1ty Ar 5i51030a !BOX FIDE
", V rI. When Mr. LnmbiA' heard, o/ the gold necessary funds, same Ar Plan City Ii 4Q0 p, SETTL..EES, 3 I.
same, or went to his men and demanded what ranslated into French printed In Freocli, p V, ,
person L I. (MSIWS 3. I 13 I CEDAR KEY D: I 14 : V
I 2'
they had found. bad sixteen aud English and carefully dy9 ih. ted, -- I
They : ;
whole paper and gave Ultra. to Mr. Llambins. Tbe expense for print ng wijl l tp onjv DEALER IN 600a 70Qpl146VLV 24OpILv) Jack Waldo onriUe A ArllJ35p, HlO plIO Stop; 330,000 Acres ftf Williams /4 Sw&nj*. U d and lands ot I;

IL their prati, not a ; H. Jblmnce opn. bjearij of the find and I abml' five d.olla"for the first thousand, o; 110 a 3 2 PIAr Gafnl'll.lUe AI' V to a 200 P :S am'! A. Swann situate both sides of the
1,0., look for his share. When he each circular, and one dollar for each Drugs &. Medicines 1045a, t 1%pAr Archer L. 525a 1215V p on Florida Railway and Naviga-i ..
't 443pI tr BroD80n .
: acknowledgement, ;; rl ed the scene Mr. Llambias was bust- s tibsequent thousand. Hence any community Starke 700plAr Cedar Key Ar Lv 748a... : I lion Co' line of Railroad between Fern&ndinn, on the Atlantic coast and -

1 a rim pie "thank l engaged lfting, the debris. They IflUtuI in Florida may place a graphic Fla 9 I 1 ''WESTERN DIV'N. t II I 10: ,

.,t ritteJ'J\" pieces.but it is believed iffiit lesciiption of its own attractions in the 'I f.0 P 7 15 a Lv JacksoD.ille Ar 3 4 U5 Cedar Keys, on the Gulf Aexico.
( p
ftrange t t"q coins has been hauled away. lands of the representatives of eleven Physicians Prescriptions> 80Jp 800aAr Baldwin AlaOOp 146 P P .
-
It was reported that two men went to hnusand families for fifteen dollars and IlO4Op S86aAr Lake CIty At I2Spi122 IL "

Section i js 1 t dimming, erpund!..g"Jttr a brjjef I ,rvacfe .n.9 hundred UvousaM .lies. !03 Vc.efllllli PJ1I r1.(71.14. all IwumtUnj ofPI5O'S llOall2SaAr 58plQ27aAr UIt Madison Ar AnllSa tfiJp 815&6a ORANG GROVS anii IMPROVED FARMS

fr hoard 1 uutrtbcd four pockets fujlocoin.I. one hundred, and four dollars. There is ni'rlt 4la1252pAr Monticello LvlOO5a 5610a 25 a a I
of pubjks parties will be Iwked up and the aot a town in the state but what can well 202pAr Tallahassee Lv 900a ISQ&

'i, ing to law* iu the recovered' afford the printing of a few thousands CURE FOR 800 920&_ a 303 400plArRhverjuncttonLv plAr Quincy L" 3 705a1200a 00.& U A SPECIALTY.Send .

The gold is all Spanish dubloons and and some of the larger places ought to V
.. \Vv are to vote CUBES WHEIE-AU EUE fAILl TraIns Nos 1.2' 7. 8. 9. 10. 13. It dally. Nos.*
dates ringing from 1799 to 1825. The provide at least one hundred thousand TMtescood. Use f. 23,24, 00 dally except Sunday; 31 daily except for discriptice paijiphlttjmaps etc

,i p lw, PvUasid.e; aa a bri* will oc searched thoroughly) and I it each. V Monday. ___ .:T .

;' .4 that a largequanlity o( gold Ifbal.1.takje great pleasure) in. having I CONSUMPTIONI' FERNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE BR'CH. ,.---, '- ,.
trictfc wbetbcr an I "0 found. It is bplieyed that the I printed: and carefully: distribn.lecfw.8n..' No. No. g. No. 5 No.6t

.:Y i. ,tax aU.be. le-vied : 8ure was all' hidden beneath, a. h.curth.S I. I lectioa o[ the state any number of Ihou- V believe Pise's Core 10 845a43p.pLv 05 a 6 00 p AT JacksonviHa Fernandina Ar Ly !i.15a 5a 800p 48Qp., LQUhae: I W TM QJ'8:1: 8 ;v*
News. ands. for which the cost of printing akmes -
and Augustine for Ooommption Raved Trains Nos. Ii and 6 imm
it PO CH .to daily, except S" day. No.
i All for
provided. tlm
money purposeslioiihil my Ufa.-A. H. DOWILL, f t and 81 Sunday onjy.
i HchooV trustees t.c. | be sent by International Money.Jrdes Editor Enquirer. Eden- 7,5 a.m.. New Oriaas ExJ11'e118. aJorteat an. I
A Girl 9hooU at a or draft payable to my order, and V ton, N. C;,April 33,1867. quickest line to Middle and West Florida points,
i't t .. cuhool interests., I About 9,.o'clock a. m.. on the 8th ult.,. a 1[ will render the proper persons an e'act Penaacola, Mobile auA New Orleans. 7:16" a. m.

." ,jo-be.an e looking to be about 20 or 22 years of account of all disbursements with punters Mvute.and 7.Q41p. m. train* Nashville.connect through to Thor Drf G

',11e"i.' schools and having the appeorauce of a 'certificates.Mr. : : ,Chlcagojuid JMontgoiney.all points.North St. Louis.and West Cinctuatt -. : mm,. .

wo under came to Mrs., Macy's. on Lake! .. Plaint to W.bOSd generosity and
w't and.to :have a, ) (this lady twyig) absent at a neigh: terprise Florida I is Indebted for the. good 'P' "I .1'U C5 P m MimnExiHrew. for*D I nt Sonth y
:1-8' O. bul'K Tavares.
and b left her old, Apopka.
,viiK; Ik-year
k Kchool of showing made here, is a broad mindedman Orlando. Panasoffkee(St. Catharine) Dade ,
not Ies3 ;
UUie in charge o| the place). and, ever desiro.us i.n aiding is every. Plant Citv. Ariivesatl59pm. wjr
lk; asked haute for something to cat and way possible nli seoiions of the state iumaking Soutb.700 P m Local connects through or all poIDte WV4URE fa : i
V' t Ocala Gainesville. Lee 1C 'R
.i' The liquor told him they had nothing ..pare o: ; known to the world their incomparably Orlando Tarpon Springs SoutherJan burg. TaYaI'f'8., St. Pe- I.omttit. "

I .J ).. He insolently asked who else was resources an.d attractions. tersburs and f ampa. Arrives at 6 10.am.
". .A great deal of huu9P.. and slie told him nobody :lecaluy: should prepare its own I The BEST Cough Medicine at 11 Fernandina 45 a m Cumberland Route Express,connects

\ I, ';Jj 'f At their next % herw-lf und a 3-ycur-old girl. whet descriptive matter and such.Descriptions, is Piso's CURE tonCOJWUHPTIOW. daily for Brunswick.with steamer) Atlanta, : I
Chat
t !.J .'ayS trgrew bold and] L4rca ned to run: will be printed and distributed separately. Children nooga Louisville, cincinnati St. Louis and '
m.m"vMionenj$ as be Dleased, tnd became so i in- that each,community may profit to the t1 Ue it without objection i; Chicago. Arrives 1 liOp m. < UttarUQ1ltJ o. d.s

a .an 'lecQn she or<. Ulm off.. lie gave l'ec extent it pariyip4tts.: At the sa.me time: By all drugglita.CURtS .' 2&c.PlSGb .. except 4 00 P Sunday.m Jl'eraanlllna Connecting IUd and Express daflv ieairs

L. understand h.e would not go until it every circular distributed whether descriptive With steamer St.NJcbolaa for Tuesday Savannah and andway Friday
A
question. him. audjilie sooq flaW that defend Tierself from his impudcnce New York. Arrives 8 110 a m. I GGG lsj L.o
,t. body signed by % Btarke, will not only btneflU the particular leaves Jacksonville 8 t6 a in. Sunday train V ts V mjey
registered voter. connectIons at
) well loaded for such, stock, and L''C. proportion to the number distributed. but aIIwln for all poiDta North eat a ad 'We&

lug for said he could anticipate her' intenU<'D& she also Indirectly every otherplace ID the CON I.I Via vUFernandjoa Callahan to,all points North East and \e.k Am mr SATS, sows AND SHOES ANif :1

(1 be friends of the gun leveled at 1dm, to shoot He slate as well. 1"berd e If 096 hundred j of Brunswick for connecting Brunswick with Macon steamer Atlaiat City :
[ out of the Louse and dodged t ie- places will have Ruch circulars p/iated, and all points North and West. ta" -

bertir themselves. ) a rotten post s >me twenty yards not only will each community benefit lIHAT- FIGHT A. O. MacDonnsjp, FiNS CLOTHlNG. R

has de : but as be rounded the post Ilati tie locally by the extent of its contribution Q. E.Mwtk Oen. Jl G. P; &..T.A .4
'
very I one barrel of the gun nt him, and' but I he aggregate advertising value to the Y The Original. Wins.rxtf'ftz : N. S..P.nnlnn n,

ina4rr1 but no ) four buckshot in the post.. snrafr of slHte will He very great ana very. inex-t; c. J"'WiW'' S& ( s. 6D \

I ide: wtV be 'I she thinks lodged in. him. but he penlh V I-I ) iT5rMedirfne.Eid Ii jI1@'Df4\rJJA'IIRI"' ..

'I off ip* double quick time. So if a AIL mivtter for publirntion should be H 1b4j;zc .fr9ir Court!BSrXATS .J. U D. UlJlUM ]
V who has buckshoi !! Vi'SlInc}! JlI Li MINERWATCHMAKER
count. hi1e '
raiai (urus up plainly wrytfu and as plainly directed 1, .er Regulator! : by Zcliin IS68. .
tt V ,'**y to the doctor to let us. know with postage fully prepaid? to V 3'LA.S.L. )t. *u for 47 Jcan

V The TnE the girl will come down aud identify ARTHUR C. JACKSON. V cured ImUGaSTIOI' DUOu'Jilau P, O. BUILDING
I DTBnPUASKa 1VlIADACflZLQS
V y I The affair happened on Lake Gai
,. Exposition Univereelle, AppaTJTZL SOU.STOMACH.
ETC
order to I ;' :- ( o( H mjle from. Pine Castle.Record. .- Section talsUnis. .;':. Rn. t .uni ,Putor\{ E. _
I :
Church,Mama write' I-1. .'
the farmi ", PARIS FRA.NCK. uu, :"1 14It. VV "
among i think 1 should bin been t dead but
Ii -- for your Gcnnioe M. A- SimI I
offer .a* a vro 4 NtrkI .<aa. No Sale in Mep _lNtr. V moot Liver Uedidae. I hare DEALERSI, 3ST

.subWriber who ATLANTA GA., Aug. 29.-The members i soet1nei : had VJ.wbftitute I S .
\ I Public C.Otn BOOKS
as R School on fim Zeilin ,
open nar ctofl"for jour fed STATIONARY OF ALL KIM
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V don't.
vear'4 .u.L ,ti 1 II J J;I I)' in October. I8S&. uad s a tJ m- the Farmer Alliance, which met nt At VVUU l' porpOM." aaw. the

lanta Aur. 29i h. promulgated the follow. : ILI Dr.J. R.GraftS Editor 71 .
.zrsner
an and ffflctcnt corps of bcii.cl,*". jig resoluiioiiH to southern fanners <>/"/,Memphis,Tcnn.. fays: ubbtx .innps V V

1 i\rWil of which ,tli( Vill. appear in due time. Mrs. J. Resolved' That the nation 1 :cotton \ Jlcdidne received! ud a package have tiled o f.you half Lire of it* V ,,,

1 (tlollar is year, but 1 Turner..of-Providence. Fl%.. has hasnecuri4 committee recommend that the farmers.Id S 1 U>rorkslike a charm. I wata nc -AND.- SEA-SIDE LIBRARY .
AND
J-IftT Regulator VISE
V.t. ni.MilH. with the by the trustees to take cargc of ihp south seU no cot tun during 8ptemlr V i Uialy no more ofZeilin'i tfldeeri icixtiu*- .JLIJL .CIGARS V
SCuTi& 1'x.ci'pt; whatJiwy alisoluteTy ,
: dcpatVment. : neccpsnry. -- ,
'utfr it free on '1 l r l,i int-et f.hIJ 1 lIon whlc'. arc pnst due. V V STARKE. FLA. SUBSCRIPTIONS V
... lii llln of Tr1vts. RECEIVED FOR ANY
HCI-41h't'd. JAPtR
That the national OR .
above. A. colton comin CPJclal attention given to MAGAZINE. Ocdet
repairing
Q { p r Ci L.. Peek, &tTcty. ulitee >truct, each president o,* sub-al- l'locl.8 and Jewelry. &c., .'. All work\\'atQhea do lie solicited and prompt tentioB given to saiD. I V

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I BRADFOaOCouijyI'ELEGRJ4PaI *A few'baby carriages low atTruby I 'Mr. K.-B.'Diew, one of day county's 'CewIrtT C' "_I"''43.T.s.B4nt r I TWOMHHJttBAM---PLAC-, -' -'|i-- -'AU.4itatI' .!.' .. -.

Sternburg &.Co., millionaire farmers telk the ftrct Sept. 2. 1889. All member* ... Mr. G4us.EJPare t and !fr.r. : Eciilnr TK.I.>.O-A ttl:In yours of Aug. .

I I------: -- A remedy for, hard timhu'y biggest snake of the present.; Minutes of_ fast mtfting rod O. SIB** aprsMl their p&Lro 23 i, a copied jir-i -fcW 'Slatea that .-

r St.rkt Fla. Sep 6 1889. your goods at story season. and adopted. David W. Georgtwsn HP- .]," <*.. oetn. ;
__. His eon, L. A. Drew while at .aVeview" pointed inspector of beef for, Lawtey. 1 1J. Two of The most-ea1lill\tl rod' have trd 1 emi l fl1'ao-li.ird "(Prohibition'
r Tmby, Sternberg & Co. Said article- it suit'ilfodu gti-ttnlngs from'eXC1Iafla
on the 3d, captured a fnllgrown Pinhoteler vas paid $26 for lumber best cultivated places to l be foun-t inla j t' r .
local \Ve will sell clothing cheaper mother ,rattlesnake together' with for New river bridge rt Edwwu" ford. i,! those of and in't-m rl reventtereportn.- : -' 4Evidintlyttw

-- tliati any house)in the count\., 18 little one. Mr. Drew brought. L. Richard, contractor for New river;j! good day's-fravcl our articlf! i* pnnctpolly lean- -,
bridge nt .MrKinnev's ford was said bal.! :! fcllo\v-to\\iismen-both city alder *
Vuby, Sternbur'tr & Co. tin* entire lot to Starke in box and ,'ings f in txcbitngrs, with traC8 .
a mice due $147 77. Dr. A P Smith's bill I men-Mr. George J4:. Pace and )lr.IT. r rI ,( e11.tI 6 ,

II Shoes, Shoes, Shoes, at offered them 'forl.sale. i for burial of Sum Crawley refu d. J E 1 I[I IX Miner, situated just ti..l'C. of r.-venue repVWi_ and is deceiTcg and 3 ';'" > < .'

tf N. .J. Jones Perry's bond fur justice .f dtslr. i|I j false.'J, of It. false- :', ., ,
& Co. Mrs.V.. Walter, whom everybody I No. IeIor I quarters of a mil. north of the' rily : largely Ai i w at pie. .c:' Io'-. ;"
3 Petition for election
HpeeiaL Corn, Data and Hay by the car knows for her kindness and generosity liquor approved.question laid over until next meet on tiog. J[IOU the Sanderson ro d. On the ll'ft,1 hoods, one refrmKi-* nufflcient., It rs' 1. :

It 1 ia with pleasure that we an. load at N. J. Jones & Co. tf presented the TELKGHAPII and M V Smith was appointed to lake hand is Mr.'Pace'tI on thc right-Mr.; thAt A tlal\'a. 0'n"II .piittn'bition.'ind .

_4KING Holding & Uros. Standard Spool family this week with a basket full charge of coqrt hoii!e and grounds in Miner's. The former gentleman ha it was so dillloir.ut to_nil interests that '

Bounce to our that Silk for sale Lake Butler and authorized tc rent them she rrpiidi.tlc I it ami went beck to Bcwrae, -:
many patrons we I at N. J. Jones & 0. of tbe'nicest Japan persimmons seen out and collect rent for sumo. The usual a large bearing orange grove besides :fl

S- for day. The fruit a goodly number of budded bea ing Now lire exact II-V TH.its effects it
A was just
have 30 many amount of allowance wa paid.
(again) made City Lots for sale pauper "
r arrangements, cheap ripe enough to eat and of the best amounting to $ 11.40 trees in "the hou.x? loIr" Mr. PJUH- :. true. Atlanta prusnen-d rvry way under ,

; POWDER with that wide-awake, illustrated Jones Centrally located Apply to N. J. flavor. Mrs. Walters has oar very F II. Dousil.is. road.,Hiip't 29 40 is a firm believer in the budded 4riiit j prohibition a* never before or since. Ami l >'

Starke, Fla_ W M Redoing 14.00 I and with I II i is the wileD '
I
best wishes for her success. }points pride to thp' lanje j case ewrywhens pnJiib- VI'tlUIt
form The Thos Goodwin '* 2200 I .
: Absolutely Pure magazine, the AMERICAN finest line of Dress Good .
qllmutof fruit carried by them in ilion laws are en forced.Because
and Silk Ribbons at Messrs. Truby, Sternburg & Co. L D Wall 18.00 I .
: ; This powder never variea A marvel of purity.tuetigtu FARMER, published at Fort \"ayne, tf have just finished taking stock of P SCrews 27.00 dxcesM to the seedling tree What, :a doctrine _or practice may be .'j_
.> and omenef'8. More economical X. J. Jones & Co. 5 C Crews road services 2 50 ,, cannot uo found here in the fiiiit repudlatid by a majority liihlfoirot f t

", n. ; pao competition the ordinary with kinds the ,multitude and ca not of low be sold test In Jnd.: and read by nearly 200,000 I There is no town in the State that their large stock of goods. They A II Crews 2 50 !I hue U I13rd1o.worth jJav nc". It being proof Iliat It is not highly valuable. ,Amajority t
have 40 cases of shoes that will be E L Odora. 2tJ.00EL ;
ngislrntion
;; itoort welcht.alum or hOllphatepowder Sold sell lower I I the .
goods than Starke I season for of "
Mtr In pans. RoyAl,BAJUXO Force Co., JIG farmers by which that any opened in the next few days. Also Oiom" 3 00 scupperuougDrain's mankind )'ell. a majority
< ,
.
*.:c wr-.D I street Key Y.rk.r great publication and no firm in Starke offer a better a dozen'or more boxes and bales of Morgan's. bnzar. mortgage record 24.) ) :of course the mind would this roligtttenrti land has practically repudiated 4

; ACHING will be mailed direct, FREE, tock* or lower prices than I:dry goods. These goods have not l book for road sup't 1.60 naturally turn toward that. immense or has not accepted clirislbollj. .i};'

r : Truby, Sternberg & Co. been H.W Et persn. feeding prisoners 11.20 vine which covers over 100 feet' of But will it be Mia by any Intelligent ':
fl.dadjire I to the addreu of of our subscribers I opened because they were a. Crawley inquest 3.60 trellis in ''U 1
any length and feet in
_.y ecl1t1di. Everything that can be found ina waiting till stock was taken.: If you .4 arresting McFishiou 1.50 width person that Christianity! is not nt priceless :f
pot d ttrnee first-class Drv Goods Store be and the longing of? the mind (or value Will tbe readers of the TELEGRAPH .
IJIl -Tnervea.uccenfulrr who will come in and pay can have a desire to see a large stock of broom .5() ,. i
-f found at N. J. Jones & Co. tt goods just step in there during the Ned Wills. repairing jail 1.50 perhaps the palate) direct Urn, feet f*y,because the majorltyrtject Christianity '.::'

,4bc...., qp all arrearages on aubscriplion Ladies' tW Man F Malphurs. inquest 3.00 thitherward, and soon the large tbnu
Te.t" Shoes, the cheapest coming week. A car load,of stoves J XV Pinholster, lumber 26.00 luscious that evil is better gnud-Uinl
fast disappearing
; treated. and one year in advance from date, in the market, at N. J. Jones fc Co. will be received by this firm in a few L T Richard hal.:on bridge 147.77 scuppurnones under the reporter's are vest ,worldliness is'. better than Christianity, .

: TIETH Car load of Flour just arrived at days. W H Pinholster,county comm's 5.40 well into Or because majorities repudiate pr hibi> ,; .
PIVOT adjusted In as as a hag that the genial
land serviceable an artlatJ.c and to any new subscriber who will N. J, Jones cheap cash store. S .s'a 7.40 Lion, that drunkenness better than rsobriejtr !j
.
manner, Just received and host insists
"
__ constantly receiving 5.40 on we mut ,carry home.It "
pay ona year m advan e. This is a 8' S a tine assortment of fresh. M V Smith 'a 6 20 would be safe to say that these -that crime is profitable so ium;. ) 'J
L Saved by buying at D B Knight 6.40 U. It brings revenue to a Mate? Q
goods
.: I WMM.PfNTIST DEHftRT groceries at R. M. Alvarez. vines were lightened by a peck "at
. grand opportunity to obtain a first Truby, Sternburg and Co. XV T Weeks clerk And auditor 20-51: least. One about the The number of licenses or permits to J
peculiarity
"I' ,
.25 REW ARD.-We will 6 S Ott, road services .
SPRUCE pay a 8.00A ell liquor does not indicate the qaGtU1
t ST., STARKC. Job lot of U that[ ,. .
.
class Hosiery at A work 8, scuppemong you can eat till '
farm Smiley bridge 00 .
journal free. The reward of $25 for.:the, arrest and of liquor sold and consumed, for all .
.1 I J B I. full of the :brown
the Trqby, Sternburg and Co. "who Crews, 8.00 you are ones and
: All roost approved styles of PfcATR conviction of the broke '
party druggists must have such licenses to tell
1 : WORK:.!I 'including PURR PABA GUM." AMEBUOAH FABVEB is a large 16- Old newspapers for sale at this into our store on the night of Aug. J XV Kellum, travelog. expenses 5,85XV. think they are the finest grapes innhe '

i ; #$rokea and cracked PLATES mended office 25ct a hundred T. WEEKS world, and then turn to tlu,,ir spirits fur medical parpoM-a. The nrveaoe t 2' ;
,
".ir. 4. strong ]'and smooth M when first made page journal, of natural circulation, 23, 1889. Truby, Sternburg & Co. Clerk and Auditor. black neighbors ami find them just collections show tbd qunntlty coosuncd ". ', '
Every department in
i ia
t, ,: Teeth I extracted without PaIn or which ranks the leading full to overflowing with our store Anything in the dry goods line atJ The Clergy Jlccommend It. u little bit better. ., It: is a Miisular very nearly Now I will lakn two rep- '. ,' : .
among new goodsat '
., Danger, ag- G Alvarez. Malaria is nothing more than a b'ood fact that no one:hhs ever Ucidcil resentative'ii'cvude; *tt tes., and two representative .

u. Termi CASH. ricultural It treats the prices lower than ever. poi&on And when its attacks arc felt something which of the two had; the best fla prohibition slates fail give '. ..;.
*
t }papers. Truby, Sternburg & Co. "Country Editoi" writes: "Iii must lie taken to completely eradicate .

r } The spite of our best efforts we can'tbring the poison from the system. Fur I vor. Mr.- Pace has'a: LeConte pear faett about their liquor buniuexA. -. ;
COLLEUKI of in celebrated 1'. H. B.
; J9RANGE question economy agricultureand cigar at Illinois Nebraska
1 the circulation of the Way- this We8tmor ll\nd's Culisayn Tonic is the treethat is worth a if-ip to lie!. In an are states your
,'; I H located at Truby, Sternburg & Co. up most efficient blood medicine In article .
i the and back existence I 110 country do pear trees" grow in speaks nf having repudiated pro
rights of that
to
privileges County Rearguard more
STAKKE. FLORIDA. A word to the wise is and all disorders of the vital fluid readily I
hibition.
enough- finer
What is
I I shape or bear ,more fruit than the result ofsticb. aa :
than 75 for each of our subscribers ,
and succumb to its influence. A minuter
vast body of citizens-American buy your goods at this one. Here ahJ is the the action? I will show renders Low the -
1 R CUI a nine months' session on Sept Id. J889.t I has on the average 50 relatives, writes: fig, I your
\ t with, i 1'rllb ', Stcrnburg & Co. who read the for nothing" NASHVILLE. TENX. pomegranate, peiieb, plum; e\'ffi liquor business baa grown In these tw. "
SCIEmFIC..IlURICU. MATHEMATICAL paper ,
I A AND PRACTICAL COURSE OF Farmers-whose industry is the When you want anything in the after the subscriber, done with it, Gentlemen I find I need some tonic,'IS I applet and almost !everything fcniginablu high license states by proofs that will .' It--

i | INSTRUCTION. Hardware line go to an appetizer and also to fortify my system -, growing 'in* boundless liru- stand the test nf scrullnThe t '
basis of all material and national and this it reaches : following ,
V 1'ImOlf tEa MOUTH;-Primary. $150. Iqtarjne- by means already against malaria! influences. From f.
*
< d1aIe.$2.90. Higher.$3 00. InRtrumental Music, I Truby, Sternburg & Co. every family in the.county. Is therea having tried it myself and from the testimony fusion. Mr. Pace indeed has, a rare figure are taken from she reports of the dJ

1 OQ.tYieofIzsrument.$1.OO.I TBKK TERM prosperity, Its highest purpose i is Furniture at reduced prices at remedy?" Have in your paper a of others who have tried it in whomI treasure in his suburban!i propert t.t, Commissioner.' of internal revenue: C,

v ; OtKIre.Months to County Pupils, Begins Oct. the elevation and of Truby, Sternburg & Co. lot of pictures of dogs, mules and can rely. I know of nothing so good as and no wonder that-.hejs M-OH driving la the state of Illinois the year eadin* "
t' '
ennobling Agriculture
;. 'I&.JW.t Good$oard at$3,00 per week A full and complete stock of gar- John '1'. Sullivan. These will all be your three Calisayn or four bottles Tonic.to the Please above express address me in its directio so often. April 8&,. 1882-wll"-clt! illS <>u distilled!! '

,! Tbe Principal will take as pay for school e*. the and den seeds from the and, Mr. Miner's place on the opposite spirits $23W8.197. Yenr '
through the wall
: esfarm Produce and Stock aDd will give higher most reliable cut out pasted up on by and oblige yours sincerely ending April .
z' 't. h'y loW rates for all Cast in advance. seed house in the United States, at the two first readers. The next one, WM. HENKY STIUCKLASD. side of the highway ;i is much younger 80. 1889. $26 751,743.. Increase-12. 03- .
r FAWUTt-O. P. YODJJQ, Principal and teachor broader education of men and wo Pastor The trees and Ilu
Edgetk-ld Bllpt. church. ar.vigorous bid 545.
4 lathe Higher Department. Mies Emuc DAVIS.tssfiberlln J. G. Alvarez. getting nothing but rags, will get
_
. the Intermediate Departuieijt. Mrs. Buy Calisaya Tonic of Rivers & Joiner fair! to soon rival its neighbors. Mr. nebraska '
mad and tear the remains and : Collections distilled
.; P. L TJHW,teacher in the Primary Department men engaged'in its pursuits. The Strawberry growers will please up at 50 cts and $1 a t-ottle. Miner has 150 on ??!
r d in Music. All teachers are Graduates. take notice that several car loads of subscribe from pure spite. LirPUAK BROS Wholesale Agents, large handsome' Le spirits year ending April 80. 182 963.. ,It"': ,

;' regular subscription price of the \Vando fertilizers are kept constantly Suvaucali, Ga. Conte }pear tJ'l'f'84hat are jus-t coming 149. For year ending April 30. 1889, *

'. Few Goods Left. on hand by J. G. Alvarez One of our poultry fanciers, who handsomely into beinng. Two J2.142.423. lucreune-1.177.274.

t.: .1 viMEEicAx FARMER is 1.00 per has had his hen roosts robbed .b)' Sunnyslde Siflinga. acres of the grounds' are set toBralltorll's From two .
: &BW fall goods arriving daily at We are having some showers every day. prohibition stalC8.'KJ\n: &" 'f
A imnantof large Stocjf of FUR 'possums and other nocturnal lid ). maker, the strawberry -
: my fortune
Collections i
distilled
year IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Truby, Sternburg & Co. People are very busy Felting out straw- ail en spirits year ending }:
;r be found at U p. Miner's redators, but had not been able to besides endless variety .r: '
-' 'JU can SHOES sold berry plants and planting gardens. April 80. 1882. f 63,603. For year ending :

(: 1 Jewel y Store, next door to my old From any one number ideas can be Truby are always Sternburg cheap& Co. at catch the robbers on account of being The new railroad station will be put on small fruit and tr(es gathered by April 30. 1889, $$32.878. Decrease $30,- _' vs5

, t .od which will be Bold cheap to close a heavy sleeper, hit upon this Mr. Thomas Dixon's land. probably and Mr. Miner to this idyllic spot. A 725 .

: k i' out. I alP determined to close ont the worth thrice the subscription priceto Ground oyster shells for sale by plan: After the fowls had gone to three petitions to that effect Imve been large and handsomely painted! frime In lown before prohibition Revenue 1
: /
::t. N. J. Jones. 20.00 per ton. roost, he tied one to the other by sent to the Macon railroad headquarters, house adorns the place, giving it the
btlan eofthlsStockatanyprlce. Don'tto" you or members of your household FOU and we.will have the station there if do- collections fur the year ending April 30. 't ,
.4 INDISPENSIBLE STRAWBERRY means of a clothes-lino so thai when of a4| comfortable home.
appearance
i- call and if there is
: forge see anything nations frill do any good. We arc pretty 1883, 13.330.840. For ending Apnl
JOG ant, YET YOU OET IT FBEE. Call GROWERS: Planet Jr. one was pulled from,the perch the sure of getting the sUtion here as the settlement Mr. Miner is a firm eliever iu drainage 30, 1889 77362. year :

implements atTruby. rest would have to follow, and by is large enough to warrant it, and as can be Keen// by his doings Decrtvse-$1,272.978. "to

C, W. BLANKENBURG, and see sample copy. Stcrnburg & Co. their loud protestations wake up the we are Just five miles from the crossing at ,here in that dircctin., It will he Tbe last date is after prohibition was .. j

STARKE, FLA. Ladies, see N. J. Jon hm e h Should we get the station, Sunnysidewill These figures give th- he to the statement
I 'I'EN'"TJON"I made hose for 15 cents. his whol! family were roused from year 'ago the -'Miner canal" wall
their hideous din have boom. Mr. Dixon will then built the ulterior of which that prohibition dues not! prohibit. '
the
most
sleep by object .
for sa'eby his
Shaved out land in
Iny town will
S Growers.The Mr William Tison is building a cypress shingles lots we drain this Now let us look at the sales of jinalt hc- ,
. rawberry N. J. Jones. from the chicken house to be ima have a good store :and a post office and was to very piece of Kind.

.. large addition to his hOUse on Call gined. Seizing guns and clubs and truck farming will be carried on on u Mr. Miner will.in a short time have quors in these four states. I give( figures -;

I Celebrated street. Gent buy your seamless half I calling the dogs they with fear and large scale. a piece of h'rorty that will be a from The Western Brewer, a leading jour- .

VILCOX&QISS Mrs. H. S. Winscr and daughter, ,hose from N J. Jones. Only ten trembling ran to,thc fowls, and beheld The dull times fur Sunnyside lire. past prize to him. ',* Dal in the brewing interests, which the
cents r'
a pair.Small and things are looking nf
up.
what looked like bear opposers prohibition ought to acapt'as ,3
f a covered .
Miss Viva have moved Bartow.
to ..
Tuck Farmers Special Guano pig hams at J. G. Alvarez.Car all over with screaming chickens. Your correspondents have been called List ftt JTu ror good authority and undoubtedly the ta- 4 .
Starke loses citizen and
Bar
a good by parties wishing to 1lot 'ofInnd. List of Grand nud petit Jurors ctl" 'nSept. .
'r Hton eonlygenuine and reliable load of corn and oats just arrived The dogs attacked the object, and upon buy bId are true: { ,
tow gains one. XVe have here a very pnrndiv 3d. 1889, to J \: : STRAWBERRY FEnTII1IZER at J. G. Alvarez. the clubs hailed blows until it was clay land or sandy land to suit all pur- the 4th judicial: circuit court to convene Number of barrels of lO liquors arl l ./

\ t market; Mr. RAlph Blanchard, of Ionia, We defy any business house to discovered that it was a colored man po<**o."e want men with b Hh money } under high license in Illinois was foryear '
October 1 1889 i iaaiut f Bradford
.r tuna-
: J, 0 era filled direct from the Factory has our thanks for five monster I show a better stock of goods and whom the fowls had; circled all and brains; we want bona tide settlers and ending April 30. 1880. 788.730. For year > ten

., '; or owers'auppliedby' clusters of Scuppernong grapes of offer them at as low price as we do. I around until he was nearly strangledto not land s t.'c ulators. BuLlet! it;be under- ty, Florida: : I 'ing April 30. 1889. 2.002,858. Increase **,
stood work
that soil
our well
i: 'j TRUBY. STERN BURG it CO.. that delicious flavor which can only Truby, Sternburg & Co. death by the line and unable to as other soil but requires it shows results ns that GRVND. jtrw in: -1,238.128. '
any ; | V J ValentineV
1 4: _' Iff 1'rl M RKE, freight, FLA.added, ,at manufacturers be imparted by the Kingsley lake Stoves very low at J. G. Alvarez. cry or move a limb. He was released cannot be approached by any other when i C VV Doiiulhs t V.V c'h\.lJ.tn; p S .Iu Nebraska: Sales fir: the year ending .

The WILCOX t; OJBBS Onano Co.' soil. GFNTLEMEtf Don't buy your and allowed to leave. As he tended riglt. If you wish to be astonish ; April 30, &. 40,913 barrels. For year .
J E Townsend t"
t d l, just come here. and we will make Jasperm I.
; .J48 Bay Street Sayannah Ga.J O. has received furnishing painfully hobbled off, he wheezed 80 1889. barrels.
Dr. J. Haynes just clothing, hats, shoes or your eyes open in wonder and admiration: John W lJu&liucli Martin Rimes : ending April 180,681
instruments and his dental until stock and forth: "Ef yo'uebber, kttch, me Increase-95.773 barrel; *..
:: : FOB SAUB.ear come new goods you see our by showing you our orange groves. Hur F A Andrew : 0 M AlVarc .
apparatus i ia now as complete as any prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co. dar ag'in, don't :'yW-eut, ditrne.,} ra h for Sunnyside and success to the TKI.EOUAPn .- J: c The increased ales ia those two
T Moore Joel
A
t Oe0ie. i
A, .t Tkrida 1 I City of Stsrke Bradford County in the state, and his work, always Will be opened in a few days- -.' Social, Dl Dee.'. S. ami 11. John Ostecii ,' c: lL1hriip: :' I c- s'Rtes has been under high licr uel. In
,
,. i good, will henceforth be better than The largest and best selected stock EDITOR Tt.diM-I'' had-' the- School Board Proceeding D D Thomas '< John Nebraska under a $1.000 license. How
GOOD Klenmchuy.lt
,' ORANGE) GROVE I ever before.In of goods ever brought to this market plealll &-'on the'evening of the 30th; ult.' Board convened at court house at 10 a. T J Durden |: S F Gardiner j; I if that fur high-license. l lessening the sale
o: 860 -
TREES, a number of PEACH J. G. Alvarez.In of in the of Present D. J. Alvarez. '. of liquors
or EEB, UUAPE, VINES. PLUM and another column will be seen a at participating performances Monday. PETIT .ICHORS; .

p: A.UTREES, and other Fruits; a Rood reward offered by Messrs. Truby, about a week Wf will open the a gay and'festive gathering of young chairman, E.G. Hill and J. C. Bijaut. 11 C Surrency {F H G Ware In these two high-license states crimea .

H< use and other buildings all in good Sternburg & Co. for the arrest and largest stock of fall and winter dry folks at the residence of Hon. Louis Minutes of last meeting adopted. The W .1 YurboroiigU! M C .eti< { have increased greatly tspcchdlr in the I

t reiialr. The land II well I cultivated; the conviction ot the party who entered good? ever offered in this community Witkovski our honored' Mayor, who is report of the superintendent on the condition J G Alvarez A Flon-m \: I| largest cities, and the moral condition is

a S ve is lately let to itwwberries. On that defy competition. at preent, absent in New York. The and location of the schools in the i fearful. lean give overwhelming
:y: nc MInt of other burines will! sell this their store on the night of Aug. 30. at prices named S J Prescott J M Chnnci-y i iW j I
consisted of the
I pr'pcrty. For particulars address Lock The city should offer a like reward. Truby, Sternburg & Co. party following western part of the county was read. and B Dee K I P Ward j jE denec. to prove this statement while in

isc29, STRAWBERRY GROWERS- young ladies and gentlemen: the board decided to make a tour of Inspection G Hill ;'J W Andrews < the two pinbibition states referred to
The wells wonder Maude and Fannie Powell '
a Misses
S ug16tf Starke, Florida. roaring gas are ATTENTION I Just received one of these schools beginning with CalehMott Biixtcr \ crimes have greatly decreased" aud the
btt none the more'than the effect Bottle Gnospollious..Liasie Duer, Maude Henry
load each of dark and bright Andrews school on New river, on Sept. pro ncrity of those two states: U far in advance -
cholera par Adam Tison J A L>in jforJ :
chicken
;1 FOBS of Ganter'a magiu Unladen, Alice Meacham, Alice : .> '
& Gibbs'Truck c of former udder
cotton-seed meal Wilcox I 10th and after until license.
cure. Sold and warranted by Burroughs, Marts1 Burroughs--,* Ida continuing day day Ervin Johns !: T A Knight. i\ jests
IVE:ACRES OF Farmers Special, Wilcox & Patterson all of these schools n inspected. The -- ) These are Ilk/ac s.
LAND, In CITY Rivers & Joiner. Witkovski, Myrtie Martin, Lottie -
.\1 Gibbs' excellent Georgia Standardand school The rmla R. B. B. { J. W. BCUXEI.ULawley.
for
of ITom/n
# LI, IITS.,, Under good cultivation, well Laura Alvarez, Lizzie Sweat. petition Highland permission -
What the difference between Armour's Pulverized Bone all The suffering of iromVn certainly awaken*the .
was iN connection with' Fja.
fen ed, %'ithO.IANQE Helen Richard, and Mary Alvarez. to sever Clay ., sHow'MTbUT
Jupiter at the eclipse, and a man of which will be sold at manufactur sympathy of ever true philanthreplst. l boir -
Messrs. Owen Owens, Jr., J. W. county was J nUl('11. The petition of best friend however is B. B. B. Botanic Blood

PEAR, CHERRY who was reading bad chirography ers' prices, freight added.Truby Morgan J. M. Alvarez, W. C. Barms, trustees of Starke Institute to make the Balm), Seed to lijooti: Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ja.. We offer One S Hundred Dollars reward

PltUMwA APPLE Tree by that time-The one crawled behind Sternburg & Ce. Fred Martin, Ure} Martin, B. R. Wit- town of Starke u school Jistrict and orderan for prooftf. I (orallY CIUI8 of c.lrrh that cannot bo
cured bv Htll' Catarrh Cure.F. '
taking
in j*ood growing condition. Well of the satellite, the other &at a Stoves and piping at kovski,T. R. Sweat, N. D. Wainniclit", election In compliance with the law, H. L. Cassldy,;onewaw. Ga ,wrften: Three J. VHENKY *.CO., Proprietors
good
light behind the scrawled. J. G. Alvarez. Patterson Ed Duncan Tom bottles of B. B. B.cured in/wife of scrofnla.Mrs. '
1 Harry wan granted. J. M. Tison and II. Clinton Toledo Ohio.
f. Wajer a STRAWBE.RU.Y'PATCn.CW1 .R. ll. LAWK';Zatab .Fla., write: I have the known,
and Murray. and Julius Kachelhofer. We undersigned, have .
cleaned awarded in
in thc machines re Richard scholarships the
on. or address Having aooepted a position Sewing wen never used any tin UK equal to B. B. B. F. J, Cheney for the last 15 'vearm,and _
, Dry Goods department with Messrs, paired. Apply to J. B. Davis at Miss Ida Witkovski presided over and East Florida Seminary. The petition of Mrs. C.H. Gay, ;Rockr Mount. N.C.writes: believe him perfectly honorable In all' %

'v. A. DANIELS, Rivers $ Joiner, thanking friends store of R. N. Alvarez._ directed the programe for the evening's Pine Hill school asking that it be discon- Not a day for 15 ydarswas, I free from headacDA. bnaineBH tran, tlon.. and flnancJally -* |
entertainment with .the ease, elegance B.B. B.entirely 4iered me. I feel like another able tn rirry nut any oblip. | ik>ns Amad.
for all favors in tine clothingat tinued nod site he for it at
8tark, Bradford Co.. Florid and old customers A few more suits of a new granted by their,Jinn.. "

Jtli 1 a\f\ the past, I hope to have a continuation half price at J. G.Alvarez. and dignity of a que n. Refreshments Litesyille, and that one month of their person.James W. Lancaster. Jlawklnsrille,Georgia: WEST TRCAJC;
in the of ice rem, rich cakes and
way .
a of the same in my new position. Our stocKOfW ando and kaiuit is appropriation may be allowed to go on My wife was in bail health for eight years. five 'h01A1"I'.UruJrKfst.. Tolwlo. O.WALJHXO.
delicate viands we're .
Tsitc other spread in KIXSAS tM.\u-"iN.WliolexalH .
Powell, M. D, Respectfully, full, awaiting orders from strawberrv prolusion. Tut "lt htJalli tio: toe'; school building grunted. Petition from doctors and many patent medicines had done Pruirviot. Toledo* O.

I TV.. SWEAT J. G. Alvarez.A Stipp school, 1 that said school be discontinued her no good. Six bottle of B.B.B.cured her. K. It."VAi HoK Ki'w .
PHYSICIAN! AND SURGEON growers._ movements were fcpt' up until the )1118 S.Toml1DsoD, At'anta, Ga., sajs: JFor C'.bJerToIPdo, Natmnat hank;
I Mrs. John Armstrong, who lives fine stock of candies and crack.., mall hours ttfYthet morning and in and a new site be granted it and be years 1 suffered with 'heaniatlim ,. caweti br O..a.

STARKE FLORIDA.- about two miles east of Strke, is era at Walter Wills. which all joined bear ly' and vied with known ns Gottkins school and that on. kidney trouble and ind ertion. lalaa was feeble lIal'! ralrrl> Cure i. taken Intcarr.1I--

low. She. has been sick lemons each other in making the dance of the month of appropriation be allowed to be and nervous. r..U. B. relieved me at e-ace. lYe acting lirevtly upon the blood urnlmiMu
lying very Bananas apples I
3taberryp1aits For Sale. Pineapples, althoueb several other taedicineii had failed. urfae<>i.or the 3'Stifl. Teatiuiuuiulv -
for some time but of late her illness etc., just received at occasion a social gathering to be remembered used in building was granted. The following Rev.T.M. RteLardaou.!Clarkston. Art.Wiltes: went free. Price 75 cents per

Qe-qua11.er Million well rooted bag taken quite a serious turn. Her crapes Walter \Will by all present. W. C. B. warrants were ordered issued: My and wife female suffered complaint twelve: yean A lady with member rheumatism
1inta. of NEWNAN IMPROVED. friends of her C J Bryant teacher $70.00 church had been cured by B. B.B. She pevuad-
are hopeful recovery. A fine stock of cabbage apples, A New Enterprise- there 1 la "
.: : ed my wife to try iw who now says jifitn- .
., r'V, TODD at Starke is to have another cotton gin the T J Dekle 37.50 big like B. B. R,a3 it quickly gave her rcoUe'I.i .. CLOSING
JjAWTEY FtA.. Dr. Tale Powell has erected a onions, potatoes, etc., OUT!
J M Kaclielhofer 20.00 [ aNew
is crdered and its here. '
neat little office on the front of his Walter Wills.A machinery oo way I Mabrj.JOwned t i I
Fur Messrs.Truby, Sternlmrg & Co. are theprolectors. Henry Peoples 27.75 .owa of "
Sale, residence lot in Starke. The
east
full line of ladies dress and M 0 Levy 'I 26.00 by JIc sTsi J. Andrews 3tV.t .. k. _
Dr. is the times and is The American cotton gins art; entire Stoc
\ 1(00,000( N wnan Seedling Straw always up to will be aW hr''My'
fancy goods at R. .. Alvarez. to be used. which is toStarke's J B Ely 80.00 Pinh )Is>ter and trthulI, Mit
\(\Tl perry Plants for sale, Strong one of Starke'n most enterprisingmen. a compliment' S 0 Roberts SC.Oo the near future ill town lots ranging: in '.' Summer Goods : -
.' For corne-i beef in bulk} extra inventive genius Mr. J. T. .
i' fits. will be ready about the uu401 A J McKiuney 31.00J size from 53Jxlp5 ffcet to %(:acres. ;Tbis
inventor. The
Fewfcesthe
engine boiler
I of July. Apply to Although have immense fine mackerel and genuine cream well siUiated the'Ga. Sotrthero preparatory to
quantities L Hill, salary 25.00 town is on tailing inventory
(: \V. cheese to R. M. Alvarez. press and gins are lo be entirely new and ;
Jennings
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of goods not offered for go 6 mi I lea southeast of
.:. LAWTEY. FLOKHXA. yet of the best and most Improved make. The J C.Byrd 10.40 and Florida railroad and putting in Fall Stock I .

: :,..:-. 4"'r. F. :it. :florgan STAE. Flu\ sale. and more in transit, our Mr. Everything DOW and nice at American gins will do double; .the I v.ork of PL Alvarez" 4.00 Lake Butler and 6 miles northwMt of :

# JulStf I Strong is now in New York purchasing J. G. Alvarea. the EnglUh gins, \it ia claimed the cotton Truby. Sternburg it Co.. lock 1.25 Sampson City.\ The surrounding coantry 'During the next Thirty Days

'f goods for our dry goods, shoe, W T Weeks recording 1.50 is very high ana productive and bw the
is, much cleaner. The
us & JOINER hat and clothing department. The handsomest line of ginghamsat glued new gin will An I will entire Stack
fIVE be located in the:building formerly occupied R R Wynn, building 30 00 best milling faculties in the county I offer my of

,D4IRS U- Truby, Stemburg
I I The eclipse o! Jupiter by the moon Beyondthe peradventare of a it will be repaired at OOMJ. These gins board adjoufnecl. enterprising m>ll man is heie"ojcned.. wisttog
J. L. HILL.Superintendent.. BEFORE. Any oizcgrt
$JLoesJ came off a little after flSO Tuesday even. doubt you can find the'prettiest line will be for public u&. Two kales of cotton Any kind of cr(>p that can be raised elsewhere _

I ng., Jupiter is a blow coach for when it of prints ever seen in,this city at have been ginned iu Starke already in the t4Ui can be g owo here;and = :BARG.\IN8. ., .
: ats AlvareauIrish TOR THE WOOD.Weakae fruit the ttpd is
J. 6. peacheaT'ipd other or
was dark enough to see him he was only : this senson. *, Malaria IndfeMttai andvrira for eari certainly satisfy himself .,

I CJ.o-t" a foot behind the moon and in this foot onions and cabbage Bmoain5o take IRON armou.: unsurpa'sed. ;:Good hcafth. good JjaUrr; sales
4 g potatoes, J. C. Wills druggist, is painting. and stock The openinjr fn i jnercantile -during?our extra :special
all dealers In .
Mte range-
it For toy good .
race took him 2i hours to overtake e the J Q Alvarez. It cam aakklr. J
by tlit train load at otherwise improving his store.R t genuine.Neuralgic ,
-andCents' urug Get 8nW mt1Jh ginning and o'herbKRiness da and us whether -
but tbe at Come see ,
LUler; he got there just same \ .,
The old and reliable house for M. Alvarci store is receiving a new Persona i if ims>'irpii>:l Parties Wtln. I
the lime the astronomers had xe4: for the want to'ouy a bill of
Furnishing Goods. event. sweet butter and cheese has "J G cat of paint on the inside. Tine goods .. And tho. trouble & irv3flhI IUI11tfng to in'Ve8taife invill'Cllu a per otuitio'a. lnapcc-j\i ;;)you .

Will :' \lbscriber" from Highland Alvarez' stamped on the front. are nicely arranged ami look very neat. Cram emre Brown1 or o.rwtwUl Iron be Bitten.teuend vj'o.taiin nuin* Prices \ UI be very low and, ?c-Uierj 1\I gPii4f or not. We mil offer

\txo laving above just received a J large stork of please send bis full name, not for publication New stock of sboes at I Mr. J. \V. Button of, litmplnn.: is the &at trade mark&Dd erowedie Use*ODw pper.I inducements wm t* held out. Any in.]1you :a BARGAIN in something: ,
goods we a ro prcparea to supply I jwejnplly answered
> will be rgrKrlhim'a
your wants. Give us a call and in"PCDI but we must have the mames of all J G Alvarez. worst cut up mau on tbe whole line of the I. IT rOI1B .ACX ACMZS quirks I :

:1,0 t our goods before buying elsc here.I our correspondents and his rule we do Macuc railroad. Tbt new survey' TUBS ', Or TOO are U all Ie worn I'eneral oo.deilUity.Ttally good Try tor nothing. : y J.1ilPBaWs... It

I RIVERS & JOINER, not vary from. We should be glad to hear Gents and boys' fine hats cheap alJ tlie entire length of his 80 acre'farm alt j I I ltwmcarerou.andgIveagoodapieUte.juzoirjrv* ROil jurrsjts.I Sold a :; ia Starke. 1-lorida.fz I : C. AL.VAREZ.1jS

aig2a STARKE, F1A.I .. oftea from "Subscriber." G Alvarez only 34 feet from his ttsitleace. by all deafen In medicine. 'w .

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{ can get a beautiful toy human, out A ,mighty fear convulsed.- -,bits. HOME DRESS-.MAKINt3. -Te Board. of Education 'of'New ''Vigor and Vital.it B ti '

gnutt orfi Ctamm: SdjcgrnpjiPublished s sw one which can never: turn against I Searle'a he Must she break i'her Seasonable notes sndlllnt* of Afore T,Lnd n, Conn., reporting on orthography -' ar. sale tl 1 d res t. .er? ,
schools'there
w that in the gives forty- a
you. boy's heart with the intelligence Ordinary Interest. BO'18aparla tlr wdett6d.
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;, Every,; Friday.KTARKB. Then' in rapid earnest words he related death ha'stolen his love at'the mo Home dress-makers are*advised that nine different ways i which the word 01'erme., 'he crlel blo beat DPltaltaed 101&of sees Rt6ererporgan. a ,tlM

tl< ;.,' the ''particular I have already ment recovery? ,I simple gowns, with gathered waists, "busy" was wrongly spelled"which, thirty" ,\b.appetite. The Thentleaefsand Inre.re I absolutely i* tofuk muit t
sned rutrd.
,?ch FIAWIDAIDYlL given. The.result. far exceeded an But active measures recalled the I full sleoves and straight skirts, growin seven ways of misspelling ; roared aDdlDT rtc The brim II rrri:nflt No Chemitr '

.' ..... Mra. I and ninety-nine ways of misspelling the nester whole ; utup
./" ticipation. Searle was faulty spirit hovering on the borderland of favor the season ad\ancs. .trenene. '
a Hood" wed la it* '
.' of misspelling b1 Sanap.rUa preparation.
a only in her pride of birth nnd position the unknown, and to the agonized in- are easier for the amateur to make "whose and 'fifty-two ways .( was aU ran n for busl' 4I'. a mart Ou. thnt tf ea ae'aaMe

I her heart being kind aqd easy movedto quiry in the dark e Mrs. Searle than dresses lately worn. Anything "scholar." was lndnced W tale a bottle ofrtu. no wen 1 a& 1 COM mixed with stitch,Jel
I' In the valley of the Wye. 'es any ., bntlt m*rtubfup so that I Saga,end U therefor ta.eomomie -
;_;i {'- g Clear and low the ca uecq pity. She at once rang the bell, whisper an assurance that all was like fussy or elaborate draperyon .Is--- In W itinme work. P.W. Blr.&Mtn&leetAlbD1.N.Y. *!.acting leu Odn.,,,
t Iron a specific ,
.. Echoes e'er tha ordered the and its being of the BROW'S Biter a tt. It le delidotu. i irtmgtlumiiff
meadows"still carriage upon well.The the skirt destroys the style cases swamp intermittent Itnvt .
1'111tt spurs the bab -feet, brought entered it with the doc voice she loved best on earth gown, and many net or lace skirts now and malaria of any name. Low marshy Hood's Sarsapanlia tnd drnlnWr rftptol tttM --
Truant the vlllagfl street veil forptrwai la]
of decaying M
tor and was driven to the farm-house. echoed the words, his dear lips all around a ground, matter pools water, Ilx for onl1bf '
From their supper at the MIlL pressed hang perfectly straight vegetable! chage of climate while Bold b1 all driillt 1 I Prep> ) Sold by Grocer<

To the stile beyond the oool Dr. Forbes explained to the belpless hers in love's sweet kiss. When sho now Paris fancy being n finish at the snfferHg from general debility, all produce C.nOD.C. Aptbeearel,Lwel : t.s W.BASER&CO. Dorchester ]

r Shadowed waters otj the pool girl what arrangements had been saw his dear face so worn and hag- foot, of a small lacy ruffle sowed to the malaria Brown's' use quinine.Iron Bitters It creates cures constipation ail 100 Doses One Dollar J -
forms.
That the freshets flush and fill, made for her comfort, and he never gard, how she prayed God \o unloose dge-not upon it-of the net skirt produces heaachet and notfrquenty ID : BEST

-:. Strolls F.TeReve, In sun down add shade. will forget the look of horror her dark tho bonds which held her so for one Vool and those of wash goods, neuralgia Dr. Morse'sINDIAN STEEL1 Woven Wire FeiAVIre -t
a farmer the ski.1
glade It
From his holding on tuc hilL eyes expressed at mention of Mrs. moment she might clasp him to her aw quite plain at the foot, or else have cure thm.Irn Bitters never dos. \v WIRE RopeBe' -,

.:' Searle's name. At first she refused heart. a tint brvder trimming. The front of a :

". .Meekly Skirting step close the the fore wi tods most of kine pine., even to see her, but at length con What a pang rent her heart as she waist is.the place for drapery or elaborate coSubSfdKrSanf the necks place of necklaces babies,with[of ROOT ui .1 8L..

', ., Till they splash the swollen rill sented. As the lady bent over her, saw the grieved look upon Kenneth'sface trim-lung if the wearer prefersit the belief that they will assist tbs children + C
Ankle-deep in herb-dp lush, infinite pity in her 'still fine she she his : r J 9stn
Follows with a deepening flush eyes, as passively received and unless the material is thick, its in teething. ;

Maiden Maggie+ of the Mill. murmured reproachfully: caresses, only returning his passionate usually full on tho shoulders and & pLLS r 5 S

_,' logs "If you had only come for mo three kisses. shirred at the waist line, or lapped B. B. !>.-The InvaUd'* IIop .-B. B. B. .__. .P
Gold toe blood .
beneath of
rippled
cases
2bl'' months ago." She saw by the frightened look ruffle Many seemingly inclrab'e their' tfeinj! *
with Dircctoire
Hat and honeysuckle! wreath upon diagonally, a paison, scrofula rheumatism ThOUSandS testify t -
From her garden! at the Mill; "Where were you then," asked the lira Searle's faco that he was yet in edging it. The fashions of waists at have catrrh. by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood the best FAMILY PILL in use;:They '8Oo TO $2? PER ROAUT

While Seem her wistful cjes of blue doctor, quickly."In ignorance of her helpless condition. present sul. slender figures best, and Bal), made by the Write Botanic to them Blood for Balm book purify the system regulate the bowels;there In tbb lzesnd1widtlSG lino of grx1. ar' t r"C..SoM Info Droea -
of
+ as glints Heaven's! hue Or
', To the watched from the hilL a fool's Paradise," she replied, She felt as i her heart was breaking. the same is true of the very bouffant C. with convincing Ga proof.G. by cleansing the blood. For Femalesof Til K Me ifsrtct|. :.WOVE'< OiiUiri*WJRF 8U, Cj FESAortk -. Elf

; bitterly. How could she tell him? How cloud elcevcs. Tie very long waist can be W. B Rider, living seven miles from all ages these pills are invaluable, .as a ernaYt.Tate P.ru ewrrarrw.nt. jJONS1
Springing/ with a bl the "Cood-e'ee," Athens "For several I of them off all humors and ad
So the years few doses I
waif of the carry
wreck was takento his happiness by such terrible news? the wide Ga.wrIte
From his stile above the green given a shorter appearance by suffered with running ulcers,which dotr fee
is
about that required.
Downward hurries Farmer Will; the elegant home of Mrs. Searle, "Tell him mother," she pleaded, ashes and broad-lapped fl'onts For treated ana pronounced incurable. single bring a <

.+ ,,, .... While the patient rrtllUy band and Dr. Forbes bottle of B. B. did me more good So
Long in water-eddicp stand. was content. The her eyes fixed upon the wretched wom till figures the smooth-fitted tailor the doctors.B. I kept on using it tha a No Feiale ikonli te wittont .lll em] :
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Xw '; Drinking early]a lazy fl1LErer lonely woman lavished the most tender an's face waists are preferred, and even lace ulcer heale.I R p- TanBIOD Ieal .. e

compassionate care upon her, but "No, no, I can not." bodices can be made up quite plain, D. C & Son, Towaiga. Ga., BUSBvL.E,F.IRFJL co.'onto. :L e. and fcr
y evening her surprise .J le1
B. W. H. CnMSrocK. K. : -
often inwardly wondered at the induced a nei 4
Deepens, as the me-what? demanded Ken Hid apparently lengthened by being Vor the 2a I have !
blushes\ rise I 1ell BB. for catarrh, which be thought incur- SrK:- past years ben Itftrnl }
: At their meeting by the rilL strange look with which Edeu re- neth. from a disease which the dutor Ioll.oul.t Ev""Z 1.ortIU.
/ insertion
of
composed of lengthwise rows able, it had resisted all tretment It In dropsy. 1 tried afer dotor. t to nopurs a tla
-. Must be always watch the yield garded her.Mrs. a healwar JONES OF BINGHAaT0H
he the disease
.. Of that long field. Both were silent and a he looked alternating with ribbon stripes, or delighted him, and it tbeal gave their opinion that It was i simply nl. C.
.j cured sound and well.
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Searlo GU.MO.
As she P asses, tho Mill had been a widow for from one to the other io glad, rad'uintlook else the lacn waist has long bretelles was R. M. Lawson, East Point, Ga., writes: mater bozos with of MOKSE'S r. Annntthfotlmel PILLS anl wet have one 0-ffiKX rata nriSmiy OM :

dr' several years. She had but one child, left his face, leaving it inex- of ribbons pausing over tho shoulders "My wife had scrofula fifteen year. She taken three boxes of them up to the present writ :- ; at:
Out he tens With lo er's art ing. I can attain do my own workaodteeltwentJ THE FAr n.RS' CIM SHARPENER. :_
whom and
Of a lonely borne and! heart. a son, sho worshiped with an pressibly wan and ha gard and tapering to a point at the waist kept growing worse. She lost Jear rounger. Your tuly 1 L NEW WAYqf SHARPENIHC'> r
her skin broke out eIIE.Dicas0r.Far
s On a holding the bill: idolatrous love. lie 'well merited all "Is it that you care for mo no ine in back and front. emaciation and no fearfuly. Debility Aft Keep TAVP *'*if! ;

c t And the cattle homeward stray. the love bestowed upon him, being longer? Mother, is this your work? Full sleeves, especially the mutton- er physicians and folowe. OI.YoTN3r5e HO FltuES.,.GINS New GJ I 1]
While they linger oi the way, medicines failed I B. B. B.. and her Sale Dealers.W. An1cneen.1 |
handsome by .
: courteous refined but not
Miller's maid and Farmer Will. You need not speak. I will go away leg sleeves, with the wrinkles or folds recovery rapid trie cplet. A on One all sal AxrntwantedlnconntJ..m ..lj by ns or him infiftintr.Only Commissions lahl gaS : .

For infallible as she fondly imagined. again, this time never to return.lf extending around the arm, are made Oliver va, ., : "I Indorsnl Dtn' men and b.tlrl s.Oa in ',
a maiden will delay. lasi t'fltOJ.U.YALLaKCO.StaYflLTTtu-: :
+s .. .' And it takes so long!to say He proved himself only human by He turned and staggered blindly very long, covering the wrists entirely suffered from weak back and rheumatism.B. H. COKISTOCK, Spt altJI TU PAPLamryU.u. 'Ki 6Hi
B. B. has to be the only medicine f
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*? In a lover's ear "I will." ono day falling: in love 'with a lovelygirl toward the door, but ere he had ; shorter sleeves when very full are that me proven relief." BROCKVILLE ONT. MORRISTOWN;, fl. Y. i
gave ,
i NEWEST CRAZEI
And the children an4 wait opj
wait far
: beneath him in the social .
reached two loving arms clasped has out of proportion, and have a bad effect .
Till the hour late i A for Checker fie
is splendid study
s*. ,, For their supper growing( at the Mil). scale. His mother was horrified resolutely neck. The yokes so fashionable forth IT has cost the city of Boston to supply G"JGOnYfS 1 Player The game enllall 1

-c. A. Dawson, in phambars' Journal. refusing to even see her and "Kenneth, dear Kerneth, wait, in woolens and for cotton own school-books per year for of the siztp last- tie cents years foreaeh an average c CHECKERS I I Jumping making 16menchan each other Ilde''. :

: saying all manner of bitter, unreasonable wait." He clasped her with his one tro very shallow, not reaching quitetoilia scholar. The number. of scholars is set T utt.3 s $ LiT I BEONK hactwnMs.iDgonefromtheboardormole A Ihndsmne Prlte- <

LOVE WOI.KSJ 'VO DERS. things. Kenneth was very pa- dow 6.0. 11II11)KED FOUTK.ITgiTen tee -
she armholes the shoulders and r
arm her rested almost a dead on are r-- lendlnit$U correct answers oat of a pomQto
tient, for ho loved his mother tenderly. tholI. ,wahKPr-"Aowtodmt." :
---+,-- \\eigh; but in the excitement of tho round in front and back instead of being Excursion; to Niagara Fall Pilrswl mailed for*noncompletP O rents,by PKA>rl* ;;
GEGOKT.
lIe spent an entire year in a vain moment he did not notice it. Mrs. pointed. They are sometimes very ,. The annual personally conducted Excursion save the 44 nPcndW. :Y.&,P ,Ultl:. KOR!.:;
The Beauty w jtvvt rtitf. PAMfkfTa. 35**
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; Mysterious and now endevor to win her consent. Then being to Niagara Falls, Toronto and Put-in- ormlser.and ce : THE PU m
:' She Was Found Out. old and Searle was looking on in wondering prettily decorated by an embroidered Bay via the C.. B. & D. and Mich. Cent R whatver wi3hes. e lAMa TIU J.Al .tlm.m e.k.q -

i, II twenty-five years havinga collar in deep Vandyck points that R.'s occurs Thursday, August 18. _
----; fortune of his own, inherited from amazement nearly cover the yoke. The fulness Special trains leave Cincinnati at 1:0 Sick j .' :'
"Now dear mother him. :
''f his father he,:asserted his manhood, tel m., Indianapolis at 11:00: a. m., and i : k .
It is the strangest case I have ever face was radiant, and still clasp- below the yoke is attached by an erect at 3:00: p. m. on the above dat.These trans cause the food to r ,

;, c countered in alljiny thirty years' and went to marry his love. leI ing his neck with one arm she extended ruffle of the material, doubled, and wi be composed of Sleep th the body, give keen appetite, and rriw n O / J

'' ... _-. .', practice," said Dr. Forbes, and all the His mother-wrote' him one bitter the other hand to the happy standing about an inch high above the wul Cars be run Chair through Cars from and the Coaches above, Develop Fleshand a0 !!Y G/Lfi

":-,--- otter physicians called in!: echoed his unkind letter, to 'which she receivedno woman.'The edge of the 'oke. Another pretty Niagara Falls without pit
not hurt him .
story can 1 any-hngl emti
Send foCSmapl P orM**a tot
solid muscle. Elegantly 0 ; ..* Bk
I reply, nor had she heard from him accommodations to -
'words. There bad been terrible fashion is will car sn are eau PckM SOL IOLU15,
M c now. to trim the neck, tho edge Pry coated. Price, S5cta. per box. fog 1 t XDI
since. She and baggage of parties who will attend this aTAAYt "amerwma ;
., railroad accident. Few were killed was very unhappy, So Mrs. Searle told the one fact she of the yoke, and the wrists with the excursion. SOLD EVERYWHERE.COTTON YJAJB.'

outright, but death resulk-d in many welcomed Eden's coming as an agree had withheld and he understood how material drawn in a small puff with anarrow Rates from Cincinnati to Niagara Falls SEN ''

cases from the injuries I received. able diversion called in from her sad thoughts.She .- mighty: the love must bo which could doubled ruffle on each side of wl Niagara be $5.00; ; to Falls Toronto, $4.50,f8;.Toronto 00. From, Day- DANIEL GINS $tt $ft $ft!n D 1 i

f; I' Among those whose death was hourly physician after physician rend the bonds that had so long held i; the front of the skirt then has a From Lima to Niagara Falls,$4.00; f.5. PRATT CAN n. Y For Boer "y ;i

s.> ,., ... expected was the 'Iti patient of whom sparing no expense. They talked her. She said afterward that when Spanish flounce, trimmed at the top ronto, .O. Indianapolis will be f5.00to 1Y mxn BEST. of CANDIES onr Btrtctlf. il
D- not ELIOA"
16.00 to Toronto. Ticketstt Banatputoaa: Orerolntlonsperminute. >
learnedly of a shock or of Niagar '
the doctor had epoken. She was a paralysis with wider }"al choke roll. Feeder. Condenscrend I.T 4. ;
_+ a she saw him turn away she forgot u puff, edge each side with gool on special train August1st or break the PL" \.BKF : 7
the spinal cord, but could complete outUt of GinnlnfrMarhtn-rr. Gin repairers VI. Addr.
young girl of perhap i eighteen, of such suggest no every thing save tho agony of losing a ruffle; this is pretty for lawns, cam returning on all regular trains leaving ,ete ECIir8KMtXL.KHOIX8tojffee) loveliness 'that amazed and remedy. The girl's faculties were brics Toledo at or before : 0'c1ok night August era horizontal, condensers, are invaluable to M-X.LHI THIS r*PEa...ry a-./...*. MEMPHIs
ezquisito: mull
and challi dresses. Some
him again, and sprang up with no 6th. This excursion will bottom planters. If you art otDUttta/ups
icltl singularly acute, but her body re- b cnductedby.the Gin,write as tor circular,and we will !
tell who be her. tely"u al
delighted
: thought of herself whatever. of the newest :French gowns for sum Agents connected th psen- about it. PRATT QIN CO..J.M. AGENTS WANi .J HOitRSA M :
She was picked uj insensible at the mained inert lifeless. Every con- Thus "love works wonders.RyeJohnson. mer have the skirt quite show- ger department of the C., H. & .S to 1O4 Poplar !tree.MEMl'lllS. TESNttarB.Yt premiums. Big, -. 30.d
short rats mess profits. r-
venience and comfort remarkable number of people in .I wr.. Bil Wr
Ecene of the wreck i.nd. had since lain was provided for in Leeds (Eng.) Mercury ing the low shoe in back and front former years proves to the handle terms,or n.nd 25 cent fur OUTFIT ud$ ,

,voiceless senseless, immovable as a her-among other things a wheeled ... alike as the wearer mo\'es-a far that the C., H. & D. R. R. is competent t TAI LON'S TASTELESS SYRUP OF QUlSiM!( 25 yni TIME. :.ATIOSAI.> lClLSlL'G CO.Sr.wm
chair in which she was pushed about take care of large crowds without t',
marble statue at a fa rm-bouse to which HARD neater fashion than that any de ForrSO". "
ON CRIMINALS. lately worn .
lay or trouble. CHILDREN CRT FOR SYRUP OF QUININE BOOK "
the lovely grounds the PAtENTS .
I' she had been carried. Who she was surrounding allowing the walking dress to touch LON t i, La"Flcp., ,

K r? ,_,, +; 'or where sho belonged remained an mansion. She was seldom )left alone, Method of Identification Their Which Will Prevent the ground in the back, and to be too THE Roman church is said to have 200,000 LTON'S STRUP OF (PIKE [s u Sweat as Lean Syrup.BOH'T vaAME THIS?AflH." .,."a.
Ksrupe.

" ,r'' I s ,, impenetrable mystery, although her a at ros hand T-cheeked during attendant:Mrs. Searle's beingalways;absence. During a recent visit to Chicago 1 long in front for either comfO.t or I of farms more in than Canada a million yielding and an a half.annual And income this GIVE TOUR BABY BITTER $65 A orb MOVTII"he.mmission AM BOARD and TATO '.

"t .. description had begin widely advertised. One day Eden's chair had been was afforded an opportunity of seeinga grace. does not include what belongs to tho ecclesiastical QUHi ca F1>ITtoAI cntson Osr 3 D.Y.

t | method of identification of criminals French nainsooks or Victoria lawnsare orders. Tour baby will love fake LTOH'S SIRUP W.ZIEHI.KK; en. lledel 8U, ...
new t rill FAFCR Da "-
i pushed out upon the cool, wide veran o V-aAM* !! cm? I
' ki't' ? & x Several noted physicians had interested dah. Sho looked like an angel in her which was being introduced there made up in separate waists precisely RALEIGH N. C., Feb. 20th, 1SS3. \ TDebestenrotrenwM

tt '1' themselves in i her cae,?, but one white lace-covered in the city detective and police work. like those of surah now used, DR. A. T. SUAJ.LEXBEKGER, 13IORTR OF A, CLASS OPi'Ji n I hart DEFAME- FtTttXNT U made. 1. r I
dainty robe and
'a tht3mselces Rochester, Pa. Dear Sir:-I wishto CHI &
and airconfcssod battled in and will bo worn all summer with various AND )C.lH.\1 CoRmondhAGUE
The
originated in France, and
Mrs. Searle could scarcely keep her system say a word in behalf of your wonderful Q'ENS .:r -
.e her strange condition. There was no colored skirts-a cool and comfortable and Fever Pills. months Sure cure It rtlrcctlon follow-
is carried of what Some a
on by means are ago
lesa i eyes off her. They had been there buta Chi ed: iAc) >rbor. Roberta
apparent bodily injui-y. lachslender, known as anthropometric fashion. They may be tucked who knew that my wife had been \ 11ntlse:trd ,lnlamezoulhchSIIiHIdEF.It1SORTSe! PilL
few minutes when a servant brought indications afflicted for months, sent me a package of C1 0
cirri o rounded limb was asj free from spot or lengthwise to form a yoke, or
When
Mrs. Searle telegram. As she glancedup a burglar or other criminal is & your pills. I gave them to her and they
boas blemish as when it came from the after brought into a police station one man they are shirred at the top. The cure her at once. A neighbor Mr. -1,1ai1t2rxls. j
reading it she met Eden'sgaze more thaniii .
' 1f.ls hands of the Maker{!, The fair body measures the different portions of his sleeves are straight and full, or i preferred with'chis for t -a ed you orders for 31ASOX- FRUIT JAK3.OKTIXWARB BsYetdA
full of a strangeanxiety. year and bad until his hearing irtit op TOE MOUTERX nOTE
was equally perfect, save at the first a in coat shape are quite full and ASSORTED PACKAGES 1.<
body to be hereafter mentioned, nnd was greatly injured. Seeing the cure for WHOLESALE s ,
"My son has been injured, and is ".. ._ the K. F. S.i .Memphu' Is no
small blue spot hac been found next coming home," she explained. calls the figures off to a clerk, who high about the armhole. The belt bottle of ht 1 pills my and wife's was cane speedily he restored to a XJPArchitectural YOU w vz' It terms, C.,address Jitta.iD.tvcLCaPtoprYttt*

the spine. the record in book the may be of insertion or of ribbon, and that
I
"Seriously? The word came places a operation feel this is due
gasp- prehealth t
; The heart beat nat rally, the breathIng ingly, and the girl's face rivaled her on the whole reminding an ob the space below the belt may be worn Jt REV.J.D. DAVIS. Iron Wdrk, EDUCATIONAL ."

was regular but 1 aint. When liquid of tailor the outside the skirt or thrust under as the -
: snowy robe. server taking measureof A Swiss chemist hal Invented a new fulminating Engine. Holler, Cotton Prei e" SJua'Di.Poley. MONTGOMERY: BELL CADEMYClas.I..1
' food was put into th,3 dainty mouth it "Oh _d ar. Do not be frightened. a customer for a suit of clothes. All wearer chooses.pDlousseliae mixture that can be carried about .Machinery Hni>i>IIe., nr FOUIIIfZ 1807.SYNODICAL .

i. was Avallowed. But the jaws remained measurements are taken in the French de sole as we have already with perfect safety but will explode with JOHN CHICKASAW. IRON WOKS' : and ." "! 'rellka
broken E.KA3DLB&CO. hl1:11 .
Only a arm. Pllly 1 >X.rAxctuuirAft.i Hraduates admrttrd to l'nirrrdtJ ofJachvU.
and the limbs said, is used for full sleeves of a deafening- report I brought in contact era, .n 1e _''
set when wf
E firmly A great sigh of relief struggled metrical system, and are as follows: with a drop of ether alcohoL rr s n1
'It lifted fell in a lifcfless' manner. through the girl's white lips. ((1) The height of the prisoner stand summer dresses when a transparent HQUEfltROCERSVltLE.

'or eight long weeks she had lain in uy ou hfre a tender heart," said the ing erect. (1( ) The outstretched arms fabric is required, and is newer than "FOR seven long> years I strugJle away FEMALE.
this state ot with lace for this Thus black farming ,.running a mill, ., 1 ruesfortunatelyintraluced fAllS TENNESSE
closed CURES WHERE
insensibility .
from The
finger tip to finger purpose
elder lady, kissing her fondly. tp. (3)) B. F. Johnson AlT 1Se fT A DARn HJBTT; cnTG
s eyes and pale crossed upon her "Shall you send me ?" trunk is measured from the bench to silk dresses have full puffed sleeves of Co., Richmond, Va., by t my brother, and& min time.Bjrup.Sold by druggists.good. : .F'.A.1OS 9 CIIARL C.rsiOXC01.tWEoftAU'.fhlciMr.HU: ..lallcAU

= .i _. : .. breast. Scores hrond1 ople had been tosee "Send dear away 'P" tho top of the head of the pris- black mousseline de soie, with f went to work at once, and in teue-i/ montJa I g I .orcitxul- rudfl.II.: "..i1'AIerb! Chl J
'. ray daughter away in more clear money than I had madein (jms f epi.U. Botl t
; hcr and .- her exquisite oner seated. These measurements are shirred band as a cuff, or else drawn
a surprised tone. "Indeed I love the seven years before. They took me 1249.
you N. S F.
image indelibly impressed their tucks with fine ribbons run through the hand from the start and seemedto A. -
upon too dearly over to do that. What taken by the means of perpendicularand right by DUE' All SOLDIERS, -
hearts. horizontal them shops the sleeves below the be very gla of the chance to show me PENSIONS If Hdlsabledftar.et-- 1TllES WRITIMl TO AI>VEKT!!Eltl PLtUE
weeping? and with tender touch she graduated measures how to do This is about what eriera* relleTeou ravsfrec. tUf
a the
i it" young Ute that you aw Ad.e.. I
'r Contributions hadbeen|: made elbow. White China silk waists with & w McCORXICK*SOSil, *W w.At;
: freely wipe: d the tears from the beautiful face placed on the wall (0) The lengthof man said year or so ago of the abovementioned ee'BaYtrYltlltaaewytmYwede.. Cdl.O.. ',. .

for her benefit, but now some new object "Nothing shall ever make lore the head-from the cavity at the whit mousseline de soie bleevqg in firm. Since that time he has been I I I .l = C
me
t of pity engrossed: the fickle public you root of the to the remotest leg-of-mutton shape are pretty for steadily at work for1hem is now one
nose point
less, nor send you away, I promise." of the happiest Americ If you need !
1 and the project of' removing her to With another kiss she hastened awayto of the back of the head (5)) The dressy toilettes. New house waists to employment it would a good thing for YW BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS 08L1I6E t

i I some charitable institution' was being issue orders for Kenneth's comfort width of the head-the diameter from wear with black skirts are formed en- t follow this young man's- example. !

r discussed. Dr. Foj-bes l and several Iris arrival followed close upon the side to side between the two points tirely of bands of embroidered or Ten New York Legislature, just before Book Keeping,Short Band, Teleyrt hy,Jte | II1OWII I '
others sat about the Tho tucked mousseline do solo Wrc rn Catafo D ue and r.d" 'nr"!' otion, & lii'l" 1
room.: girl telegram, and in the confusion Eden most remote from each other, situatedover alternating ajournment authorized the creation of five .,p' -

. 'I I looked like an angel as she lay upon was momentarily forgotten. Her chair the ear and on a horizontal plane' with bands of pink, vieux-rose, or schools, costing the Stato- this "

.J. tho clean, white her hands turquoise blue Harper'a year abouU35O. .. r
long
f bfd. was close beside the main entrance at right angles t the measurement of ribbons -. .r ]
f.P". I crossed above her heart her faco like Bazar. It J ,
length. These two are taken by meansof :Pay
and .
although her faces was turned I to ,r
use uncertain when 4
# marble in its mpa&iiveiiess. suffering
:: ; yet warm he and her. caliper compasses. (6) The OUIDA'S EARNEST PLEA. from +
' 1"' away saw recognized right diseases of the blood or lungs sX/ A
,. ; with life. She had['a wreath of :golden "Eden! My darling! My darling!" ear-from the top of tho rim to such as biousness.ler. complaint

hair, and it lay about, her like a vaiL he cried taking toward her. lowest point of the lobe, taken by a A Defense of Women on Farms.Ouida Who. Have to Work skin d scrfulous sores or swellings,, .-
a
step -
: *"' or from lung scrofula (commonly! known at c
ft;'+. The discussion had jbecomo heated. Dr. I. Then, erea hand could bo out- small sliding: compass. ((7)) The left the erl'atic the sarcastic, the consumption of the sawhenDr.Picrce's '' t < .

Forbes contending for delay in removing stretched to save him, he fell insensi foot-from heel to toe. ((8)) The left satirical, tho ever-intcnseiy interesting Golden Medical Discovery is guaranteed to ? ;
i her. cure'all these affections, if taken in time >, h1AKE
all 70
Suddenly startled or
[ were middle finger-from of tho has word to in favor .
point ,
I t" I. ble at her feet i n say of out money paid for it will be promptly refunded. 3, i
b.. t.by H clear, sweet voice exclaiming: "Oh, my God! Kenneth! Ken- knuckle to the tip of the finger, the I door work for women. Says tho author _--.- i
'i "Do not hesitate, gentlemen. Cart $500 offered for an incurable of Catarrh }. Qa6clons Bisw
case
neth!" finger being placed at right angles to i of "Moths" and a hundred other gaudy- t
r Ii: mo off to the poor->4ouso at earli I in tho Head, by the proprietors of Dr ._4i.}ik' t '' A8K YOUR GROCER FOR
your the back of the hand. The left hued ,
' Dh' Searle heard the despairingwail (9)) romances: Bage's Remedy.IT <

l c convenience. 1'foothel'placecouldI as she had also heard berson's little finger. (10)) The left forearm I may be hard work; i no doubt IRj; .
r' bo eo suitable for such a useless clod." is estimated that tho Protestant ; r ,, SODLSAlE8A1US.1
. ...', from the point of the elbow to tho tip women accustomed it from child churches' : .-
t tlm United States contribute .+.
l utter -
All
turned in amazement to cry."Who al'C 'ouP"' she demanded of the farthest projecting finger, the hood have their frames inured), and annually t111,250,0001orforeign missions. r ''r' ADIOUTLY FUR

7 find a pair of dark e'fes regarding themmockingly. elbow being placed at sharp uncles their muscles and sinews & '
fiercely, clutching one of the helplessarms. adapted to It ,
i.fp i with the upper arm. (11)) The It is strange that any idea of degradation Enterprises of Great Pith and Moment

\ "" Dr. Forbes instantly sprang to her left color of the inner Have ere now, hadtheir, currents "turned
< i 0' "I am his wife. eye--the circle, in field work should ever ]have ._ .
> "
1 1Paiaclnli'L
< sido j awry, as Hamlet says, by un attack dys r... +. .]''IJ.alai, S' I -ii--=
I Stunned by the unexpected reply and also of the external or periphcric) arisen. -I is the oldest, the mostprimitive pepsia. Napoleon failed to improve his advantage -
tt..,,:' a; Lt Oh. there isn't liny change doctor circle, and at Austerlitz in consequence, it is
l w the miserable woman turned and fol- any peculiarities that may l and the most poetia{ of all
: that said of indigestion brought on by some insCtecretion
{ i- J save my tongue is loosened and I lowed the men who bore Kenneth to exist (12)) The nose-the profile; forms of labor. Even a ]line of women in In order to avoid dyspepsia -

-f .', .. can open my c i es.'} his room. form of the ridge, base and root; the hoeing or gathering tubers on eatnp.frm over indulgence! ; and '
iJ r\. : i{?y,*.' '. This proved to b+ the case but a lit- dimension Ifat precede the by a wineglassful of Hos- ILLUSTRA TIONS OF ALL KINDS.-
It breadth
.; tIc later sho found that she could was only a faint from \\hichhe. or length, and projection expanse of earth, and standing dark tetter's Stomach Bitters,more effective than
}_. : move recovered. But and also the has dietetic in the tone of the
soon the bones of his ; any peculiarities. against sky-lne. great nobility any improving .- -- .- .

.?...... .;.to"1..- '-": .' her ended head.however There much!j the to improvement the broken arm had been displaced by his (13) Forehead-Inclnation. apparent and beauty in it compared to a line and stomach.rheumatism Liver are annihilated and by fever the _- __ IF :YOU. REQUIRE _= ,

lm.- ',; .. ,. good doo- :. fall, and ..a physician had to be summoned height (U) Marks and i of similar women standing beforea Bitters. ---

.t 4 J orSi. sea set. The'plied her with. 'to re-set it. When it was over scars, their nature, origin, direction, row of tabl! s, of loom, 'or _- CUTS :--
.
F .. questions but she resolutely refused to dimension location. The I WHES the Saxon dynasty was overthrown 1j -
and all had left the room save his color of the of machines. FieldO'k does /
, by the Normans all below a certain
< disclose her persons
'..,.. ; t. : : identity, only admitting mother he turned to her. hair beard and the complexion and a not necessarily either age or injurethe rank were forbidden wear necklaces For .i4T rtl Inf, for Poiteu> / ,
;', '\: lior name was I:deii. She urged them under t Cards, Blll-Head-i, I
then added I heavy penalties. Bob
: "Mother, did. 1 see Eden or did I photograph are to the de- woman. know a womanoneout .- '
'. to take hcr to the Charitv Hospital, scriptictl and the record is of number !like or an Embellishment -== t
?
-' dream it so complete a her-who is fi ty- ._ .

I..:. t.;' :j saying It wa..here she belonged.It : "You saw her;' crossly and shortly. that no matter what means of disguisethe five years old; she is very handsome in l AL system disorders can be caused cured by by I billons using[ Carter state of For Any Purpose -..F, r

It was at length decided to leave ]hel'I "Oh, thank Cod; !" Here, safe in your cririnalmay adopt thereafter, the feature and clear of complexion, her Little Liver Pills. No pin, griping or discomfort E '"

.'.: -. where< she was until further effort could care. Mother, I have worn my life probability of identity becomes statue is firm and her form lithe and attending their. Try them. --- Ordf ant Specimen r of ns.or Book wrlta for We Prices ran = ,,, .1

I!i :.r be made to induce! her to disclose theatidiras nearly away searching for her. She almost equivalent t a dead cer- active; she has been the mother of \HEN the policeman says "Move on l'. _z,' nOUa\oDIDYOrderbavIDJ& s_ _

t" of her friends. That bhe belonged read your cruel letter, and an hourafter j taint '. The records are classified in twelve sons and daughters'; she is now *is club wise and to move.the semblance He has two of avantlil'it; Inexhustible: Vaiet of '7--=. .. _

" to"some good family was appal'ft. w o were married had left me be- i t systematic manner by small, medium at the head of the family, being a

... cut from her refined appearance. Her cause of it. Tell her to come to me. I 1 and large groups, which again: aro widow; she still works early and late A SALLOW skin acquires 4 a healthy clearness Live Stock and r Miscellaneous Guts of Every Kind.I! I
.
J; clothing was elegant and costl A subdivided classes by the use of Glenn's Sulphur
+ dear mother, I have !.o longed for a by as to width of in the fields as she has done ever soap.
j... dttl4( wnteh and chain: and other Hill'a Hair and Whisker Dye, cents. WE CAM ALSO FUKM13M YOU WITH CORRECT UKENESSE3 OF
valuabrearticles
head. etc.. that it takes but few since she 5
sight of her dear face. How came she ( a was a small child employedto .
of jewelry had been found '" Persons Prominent in Politics, Literature Art and S ors Either At Gome or Abroad. .
'z.= here? minutes only to find whether a crimi- cut grass for the calves, or weed THE Jamestown (Pa.) School Board p .
'
,. upuu her person. All tbi but deepenufl.tha -, Mrs. Searle burst into passionate nal has ever been iu the station before the rows of lettuce or endive; her issued embark orders either forbidding lady teachers ba 1 CUT REPBESE1T1NB ILL CUSSES OF BUSIOS LID THOSE EMBLElUTIC.1! OF SECRET AID SOCIAL CHDEBS.TE

... .. wystery.,11'hon weeping. How cruelly wicked she had or not. This system is called the Ber- strength is vast; she can lift immense 1 courting.. or matrimony._ ." ALSO HAVE j

.- lJao.l'orbl's left the tarm-house been! As !soon as she could speak! she tillon method. A t ecntlocal gossip' weights with no effort; she rises ARE a small as homoeopathic pellets and HUNDREDS tf COLUMNSCOMIC'CUTS

\ he made his way to one of the most related-the circumbtdnces of 1'ilen'scoming in the Globe-Democrat from llawire four send her r family off to their at a easy t take as sugar. Everybody likes s ',
t
t elegant suburban residences the city but she told how them Cater's Little Liver Pills. Try them. '
? dared not tell him his Archamuaul detect- various labors; she rules with !
thom
-
boast II N, +
'.? from l tcuelacolvlialbreeting bride was a hopeless paralytic. Thenat | i iea criminals by ob erviujj I patriarchal severity su,d. with the exception TaB iezt thing to having wisdom ourselves Manj tbew5enllln of the'a.In Complete Sdrien. ;

its mistress! : a delicate, protuulookiug. last he remembered the girl was ina I the features in a circle of the! fac?. of two or three rest 1 t profit by that of others. ; Y of .t."urn.trotireottnltnnd nature,t wluctt.we I 1 1.

a : 'elderly, lady in widow's state of cruel in regard to I taking in the and houls at A cal';eJal atenton. ,
Specimen
weeds. suspense forehea eyes nosE midday in summer, she U out of doors PDT mirror freo t smokers of Tanill' Sheet .t the ', I
Kenneth's condition, and hurried be front pjiliona of the cheeks. the all dajin the fields Punch" So. Cigar. < > ; I
I or by the edge of
,, After
Miort A.HJellogg l
con vernation on indifferent low. i is the Newspaper Co. '
11''llh i-ystein success it i5c the river ,
or on the road with TRCSTS are combinations
of
"; topics.. S>al'le..you Dr. l Forbaa said raid the abruptlylira. other : She found her to'ull ul+prarail :>,, claimed to be. the unfortunate criminal iI i- hl'I' eggs :\bing ld .w1 and fruit; in leisure .canlottrust ono men another.and corruptionsthat 3 B-7D DUMOU ST,CMUSa .
day deal.o breath stirred the whitebreast trill BranMl .
hJs show to we at l.ons.Mo. Ki,
I :
Tea fcad nothiapto, 1U!*! for since yourton and the dark lushes droopedlow ideiitilkatlou after UO' escape moments She i is always pluitiii>; straws, Ir afflicted with Sore Eye use Dr. t'C:}'.Y. )..ettrtt..YD. 0.,(; ItKl. -
: Iaa .
Lad dieuppointel+you eo grievous the' ..1 i being nabbed Ly a bundle vh'-h always hangs flu }her Thompson's Eye Water Drggst sell it 2: .WB ASE'PKEPAKED tS.lw ,".IL.1S.
upon pale cheeks l lading the hltwd detective.-S;. ; 1 waist j TO ] Y JOLEUUTH. AT EHOHT
Louis
ly. Uave come to sll )ou where you' sweet; e1 a. I llElIIOCI' Golf ready t occupy any pal o idle MEN would be less wicked would Kinds of Job NOC

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