Bradford County telegraph
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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 13, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-.r'"CJ her pocket, turned, and saww, was driven to crime by !starva-; A PROFITABLE INDUSTRY.The ered FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.A .
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'. ;-ta; .. iOO$ 1rO$2OO$4OO$7CO9O3I "Sly for your life I The delne Is upon nst a cry that was terrible to hear sentimentality Breeding and Rearing of Driving I and coloring. The ground iscream. piece of pumice-stone as lang.one's .....
squares 1 50 2 2l 3 6 OJ 10 (U1S, 00 It soon will flood the town.' it L'1 his lawyer's plea.. He was merely Horses and Heavy Male of soft muslin. and the designs
J,...... 6Q*ares, 200 35U 6 001 1000 i60000);: Because such messages are crowding on us, was so full of despair, she literally p thief, and received the punishment Farmers who are interested in the a re in exquisite shades of color some as fist soaked in coal oil and
-U equare 'j m 10 I I I 00 H 01' 3.1: '.105, ; OJ Are we to wait and drown!" threw herself at my feet, moaning wired to a pole makes a good torch for
I 24 Iquares 1001 15 (0 20 (a ::s 00 fJO OObO, tO if in as of a thief. breeding of horses can scarcely have being simple others grand and elab-
Just one pain. I stood erect looking "And would send failed to take note of the burning insect webs out of fruit trees. ,
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Ted cents a line for the first nnd fire cents warning. Let my frmUo. you Agnes Sing. present popular raje. ,
line for each Futi Special rates for time advertisements upon Tick off one names for gowns -
Application at the office.SUBSCRIPTION. And o'er the wires message with blQnChlng more. lady-like stealing were unknown "Heaven forbid! I can not cease to Dually well fitted for the saddle or for have a good-sized monogram worked p is not at hand. -

I lingers. face she! to ina Agnes Lapice, groveling ove her and pray that she may come larness. Fast driving will always on the right cuff i 1\ contrasting .-Keep up a high standard of principles '

" :: RATES: Amid the rush and roar at my feet, was simply a thief, back to us as she promised." have its votaries, but the breeding of olor. Others open at one side. instead ; your children will be your
Of had robbed me, and allowed an So two fast horses has eenest judges in the future. Do be
maddening waves that years wore away and we trotting probably of down the middle, and have :
One'ear. ...................... ............tl 00 faster. gather fast and innocent servant to be suspected for ja onest with them in small things as
reached Jij.well .
-"" eix months............................... 60 she knew ; thought Agnes was lost to us. Carroll its climax, and no one except cascade of lace, and fpll sleeve ruftles. '
...;['." All subscriptions! must bo paid Invariably in One life"My may God save, Thy a thousand will be done! my resolution regarding came every week, as usual, to spend "sportsmen" will care to own a horse Tie gown front i* fijill at the throat. as gtjeat. If you can'not tell them )1
ad va.nce. No discriminations in favor of allY And shall I grudge that from disaster, Hannah. Presently she looked up. Sunday with me, and we talked of his that can trot faster on a road or track and. what they wish to know, say BO rather
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.!!; Communications; upon all matters of local "You vill not tell Carroll?" she said, Betrothed as wo talk of the dearly than the horses of the present day. Some of the ornamented buttons than. deceive them.
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1A solicited' from all parts of the warning yet. Will naught affright l Then, seeing, I Water-Ice. A of t
county. her! suppose loved iload. Comfort in driving is more generally which have been brought: into use by -Currant pint currant -

..Tir She struck the key, and cast my uttor disgust in my face, she cried: One Saturday afternoon I was in my desirable than rushing through the the fashion of redingotes and redingote juice, a pint of sirup and the {
I SECRET SOCIETIES. One backward look. Her ashy cheek grew "I can not help it. You may blameme own room sewing' when a knock upon air with the dangerous speed of a locomotive asques are simply painted with.a whites of three eggs made into a pasta .':t

She whiter.murmured: 'u'Tis as you will. I can not resist the I m y door was followed by tho entranceof and the healthful and pleasinguse umber of the most brilliant colors and frozen in the usual way. The ...1'

..u......" lI"Ii; Meets cvsry Tuesday my last! inclination to steal. I do try, but a lady, a little lady, who stood hesitating of the saddle is as appropriate for placed in such harmonious juxtaposi- irup is made by boiling sugar and. f 4 1
0.t V night at Odd One moment and the overwhelming torrent when I see small article"' I must take for water till it forms little thread between .
about This
.,p. It., Fellows' Swirled her within its entering till I said: women as men. growth ofthe ion as to produce a !rich and refined a -
.,", ral1. Transient broth sway; them. I do not want them I will give : the thumb and 'IGolden. ,
.')$.. 'era The next, beneath the maelstrom's deadly ; "Agnes, dear child, welcome! public taste is in a legitimate direction ffect. finger.
cordially Invited to current you all I have taken back again, but I Then she nestled in and will Potato.-Two
in the of
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-:' atte d. J. C. my arms prove Quaint fichus made of a squar :>f cupfuls
Noble WILLS Grand., All. ull was swept away 1 shall probably steal them again when old loving way. But in her face I read permanent. It is in accord with I plain or embroidered: lawn mull sr mashed potato piled in a pyramid "ancL- :.- -
I'IC,1It.1 P..FLPLnsStretary.J: P. O. Box 41. What soldier: at the cannon mouth of duty, see an opportunity. I must do it." the truth I longed to see, the principle human nature and as near as we in net, edged with lace and folded diagonally overed with yelk of egg and :sifted ','

se SOd f MM Ever showed What martyr sacrifice for of Christ's braver: beauty cause and Then looked I took her from the ground, that had overcome her; temptation, America can get to the popular English furnish a graceful drapery f racker crumbs then baked to a golden

veld Improved Order of ned Men. Than this pale woman's was? into her eyes, trying to the triumph of prayerful effort. recreation of hunting, which is untrimmed waists. The back corners r'b. rown. Potato balls or dumplings are
'blM Osceola Tribe No. 1 Florida read the insanity I was sure was upon Tho look not possible under different land made cold. mashed
<_ -Council Surely she heard above the baby was gone and the our are rounded and toe front corners are by pressing potato .,'
IlLS ,,' fires' kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at Above the wrack: and seething s rife: wate{ .' her. She lay in my arms like a child violet eyes, retaining all their sweetness system. A jog at the rate of ten or usually tucked inside the wide belt or into a teacup and glazing and baking

-; iaslr Wigwam, Htarke, Fla. Thou hast been faithful unto death, mj sobbing1 pitifully, repeating asser- were full of gentle dignity. The t twelve miles an hour on an excellent ash. ns above.-Good Housekeeping. 'i

Transient brothers are cordially invited daughter; t lon of inability to resist the desire to baby manner, too, had vanished in a ountry road is a pleasure that is unsurpassed Chatelain bags fcr: ladies -Tapioca Cream.-Soak a cupful of '
J. O. UAT.NRS !Take now the crown of life!t" teal till are very
'ckerta *. ttachem. against
.. W. M. Kuc ....v. Chief oi Uejorda.CBUUC1I : Margaret J. Preston, in Harper's Bazar. of my own reason, in quiet, lady-like 'deportment, very by any other of the many onvenient for traveling! or general tapioca over night in milk; the next
.brm .. ., pile my rectitude and commonsense graceful and winsome. rural delights that are to be enjoyedIn hopping. The fine?t are in real seal day stir into it the yelks of three eggs

"hit DlilECTORY.k THE KLEPTOMANIAC. I found myself petting and pitying "My dear, dear child." I said, taking I the "country," and it is a good leather mounted with sterling silver well beaten and a cupful of sugar.

1 *0IIt. ,, 4- 'ever.her, as if she were the victim of a off her hat and sacque, "you are more thing that the popular good sense has ichly engraved, and are very expen- Place a quart of'milk .on thefire, ; lett

'.ri/M. /.... .*piUi Church. t than welcome." turned in this direction. ive. A very handsome chatelain bag i come to the boiling point, then stirn
liT OILS'I, Services at KhSJ a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer A Tale- of Temptation Which Bears But I would not promise to keep secret "You will believe me then," she The wealthy residents of cities i n black grain leather, with oxidized i the tapioca and cook until it has

meeting, every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Moral. what I had discovered. Though said, earnestly, "when I tell you that are not the only persons to whom mountings, costs abcat |3.50. This is .hickened. Take from the fire stir in -
J. M. CALDWKLL, Pastor.Bvnday was won over to a most profound I[ have conquered my fault my criminal horse breeders may look for customers a most desirable size with lovely clasp the whites of eggs beaten to a froth

School laeeu every Sunday: Carroll had pity. I shrank from tho idea of Carroll's inclination? I look back with as soon as they have the animals and chain.-St. Lou** Republic. i and flavor to taste. The top can be
'I'I'III. momma at 10.50.\ asked me to invite his wife being a thief. wonder weak ready for sale. Thousands of businessmen
betrothed on my own yielding to a with white of egg and sugar.N. .
r: T. E. Euao, Superintendent. made to Locust Grove, and having It was a strange coincidence that on temptation that leads strong men to in moderately comfortable circumstances Y. World. 4

the Carroll's wishes my law during t h-, very same evening, Carroll, com- prison cells, and which only morbid and even employes whore THE FARMER'S. LOT. -Clover and timothy are in a sense u
twenty-eight years of his life, I at homo for his --- I
Presbyterian Chur h. ng weekly visit, while sentiment would ever excuse as an irresistible a better paid than the average run I t II Not as Ttad as Some Disgruntled tillage grasses, and on 'dry lands require
once wrote to Miss
Services every Sunday at J0:30 a.m. Agnes Lapice, and we were chatting in the drawing-room, disease." of them, can easily afford to keep a Fellows Try t<)Paint Tt. to be renewed four or five

Iu. |I. .. 11. B. MATTKae Pastor. gave her a cordial invitation to visit said, gravely: I assured her most warmly of my horse, and the pleasure will be found My investigations lead me to the years. The clover lasts every two years then

V Sonday School every Sunday at 10 a.m me.She "I had a very painful case presented sincere belief in her statement my actually less costly than that of haunting conclusion that there is good ground for two years more its decaying roots
t :T L. C. HULL, Supt.Methodist accepted in a graceful, pretty t.o me this morning. One of our leading deep joy in her triumph. She told me the theaters, saloons and billiard for the frequent complaint of inadequate insure good crops of timothy. In the

I note favor that prepossessed mo in her i merchants wanted me to defend o her struggles, her prayers, and the rooms of the cities and infinitely more ,return from f ..ming. But, after fifth the grass will often be so lightas

'ore re.. ; f Church. and at the time appointed I his daughter, who is the victim of gradual wearing off of the desire to appropriate conducive to health,, moral and phys- all, low prices are not unprecedented. to be unprofitable. It will then be

!If... ; Services evfry Sabbath at 10:30:}!) a.m. and drove to the station and met her when deptoinania." I the property of others. ical i : Thus the market for horses of W instance, in 1849 my father pickedup best to till the land two seasons preparatory

LLTIS. 7:$ p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday the train arrived. As she was the only I felt Agnes who sat near mo shiver, i "For a year," she said, "I have purposely the kind referred to will undoubtedlybe forty dairy cow, one or two ini. a to again laying it down to -

od Thursday at 7:30. passenger who got off the cars at i and slip an ice-cold hand into mine. I watched opportunities for far wider and more profitable than place. and the higgcst price for the grass. The period of timothy can be i
I O. D. TURNER, Pastor. N-, I had no trouble about finding I "Perhaps best of the herd wall.. I remember s
grandma continued Carroll theft, for you are the only one that that for the faster trotting roadsters, considerably prolonged by applying a <
: Nill. Sunday School every Sunday RICHARD at, 9 a.m.. her and greeted her affectionately. ")"OU' do not know that kleptomania i ever detected me, excepting Carroll, although there will be no grand prizes I when corn sold at 10 to 15 centsa: ull dressing of stable manure soon
CHARLES Supt.ChrUtlau
' I She was very, very pretty; pure is the new name for fashionable i who knows of my old infirmity. I to be picked up. A wholesome steady i. bushel, oats at 8 een'3, eggs at 3 cents after the second year's mowing.-Ohio

\ blonde, with a face like one of Raphael's theft We are old-fashioned folks here, could have stolen largely from friends and sufficiently profitable business I a dozen and butter IK 6 cents a pound. Farmer.

...,. cherubimalmost babyish in its and have always called a thief a thief! I I visited, for even my own parents will grow up in which any farmer The average price off wheat in my local
1... .. Church. round outlines, wondering blue eyes, ft is monstrous. ," he said, his eyes I knew nothing of my old temptation.But who has the opportunities and the, market was very rarely $1 a bushel -Cabbage is, perhaps, one of the
Acts xt,!6i; Acts xxvi., 28; I. Peter Iv., 16. and short most difficult of vegetables to raise in -
; l golden curls. She was flashing, "to defend and for corn about 48 cents. During
I very stealing becausethe the desire has left me, and I feel to rear the right horses and train L
fyrrlces; each Lord's day at 3 p.m. small with helpless, childlike thief is in the four wheat has the average kitchen garden though .-
- ways, high social position. only loathing and contempt for the them in the way they should go will L past averaged -
'IJ, -. I 0. P. YOUNG, Pastor. and I wondered greatly at Carroll's "But," I said, "they plead the temptation shallow excuse with which I once make a satisfactory investment of t about 75 centJ and corn not far; some,owing to favored locality or good

t'S'ilL Bandar School each Lord's day at 3 p.m. choice. is irresistible." quieted my conscience. Carroll money and labor. f from 40 cents. I find that groceries, understanding of culture hare no ,
.. I C. J. DENTON, Supt. For Carroll, my grandson, orphaned "So may any thief plead! Supposing trust me!" Another profitable industry is the woolen goods and btots and shoes cost" trouble with it. In many localities

, in infancy, had grown to manhood under I were to walk into a bank and And Carroll did trust her, and has!: breeding and rearing of mules. These very nearly the samo thirty years agoas the man who can grow plenty of nice

:)bea. dis ujy care and was a man grave and f feel an irresistible desire to run away never regretted his confidence. lIe hardy animals will come into more extended now, but calico, muslins; nails and L heads can sell them at a fair profit.r'

nt!. OFFICIAL DlttECTOltiT. rather sedate, of stern rectitude. devoted with a few thousand dollars' worth of comes, with his wife and childrento use in the North as the breeding hardware were from 25 to 50 percent The crop should be grown quickly '.

City Officers.MayorL. to his profession-that of a lawyer bank notes. Do you imagine judge, or pass the summer months at Locust I of road and park horses increases. higher then than now, and salt cost which. explains Popular Gardening.
I .Vitkovski. -and the last man in the world I: j jury would acquit me." Grove, and he is not more stern and L Mules for work and horses for profit I twice as much. While a dollar wjll Ir I means a rich soil, an The early start'and! ,

- Aldermen W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner should have expected to fall victim "But," I urged again "if you had a strict in his teaching to the little ones and pleasure will be the outgrowth of r purchase more of the necessaries of r frequent from hoeings. common dan.?

.. \ :. George E. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner. to a baby face and childlike manner. dear friend a victim to this disease-if or the value of honesty than is the destined increase in the rearing of I rI l life now than then: it requires abolit t ger insects may be somewhat J if

.. Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. And yet hts loved Agnes Lapice with i it is a disease-would you judge hero Agnes, his wife, who once believed L pleasure horses. The plow and the a third more grate, to bring us that i lessened by shortening the time of '-

ODor .,1 TreulU'er-W<er. the first true strong love of his heart, s sternly?'' herself an incurable case of klepto- wagon are not conducive to the figureor dollar. On the other hand. so far Jin heading. -a \ '%.

'n. Msrsbal-E. D. Wall. and saw only perfection in her caressing ; "I would. I could far sooner forgive, mania.-Anna M. Shields, In N. Y. spirit of a pleasure horse, but the the labor is concerned wo can rawa FACTS WORTH KNOWING. ,_ ajsrfSl
: inesior-T. W. Sweat. ways.In a poor, starving wretch who took my Ledger. mule is essentially made for labor. and market the bushel of grain cheaP. '

less than a week I ceased to wonder purse when driven by want to crime, .- Probably there is no more favorable er, for inventict), railroads and 1i. The Relative Article Digestibility of Food.of the Leading

ijtu.y County Officers. at what I had first thought Car. than I could a thief, who, needing SAPRISTI1 I MORBLEU I opportunity for young farmers with proved highways :have increased the Don't consider it a waste of time to. -r

County Judge-W. F. Malphus.CUrk roll's infatuation. Agnes: Lapice was: nothing, robbed me, and called tho Common Continental Until of a Very Mild I small capital to engage in a pleasingand Lp power of muscl1 To illustrate: :fit t memorize the following list of relative 1.'

,. Circnit Court-W. T. Weeks. without exception, the most lovable robbery kleptomania." Type Indeed. profitable business than the breeding frequently took two men and two digestibility of foods:

Bheriff-H.r W. Epperson. person I ever met in my long life of r "Bnt if it were a lady. delicate and It is curious that we are quite un and rearing of mules in Southern horses a day to mnrk out ten acres of t Easily digestible: Arrowroot, asparagus ',

N.E Tax u.baeu.r-l.CoUector-M.E.M.Wainright.Hale. varied experience. She was nineteen L refined, you would not send her to able to realize the enormity of some of localities where land is still very cheap corn land for planting and fr. two ;to baked apples; black tea, allow, ", j

flopertntead of Schools-J. L. Hill. years old, and had been most carefully i i share the prison of common felons." the commonest continental oaths. We and where the climate permits outdoor: four men another day to llant) !jt. able only when the patient: is accustomed i

.G. a County Ban.eyor-W. H. Edwards, C.3. educated, and behind her baby face "I would, if sho had fitted herself r can, of course, to a certain extent, appraise feeding for nine or ten months in the Now with a check-rower in a lar,::e to taking it; cauliflower flounder I

.UIo Connty. Columissioners-L. Witkovski, had well-stocked brain. Her singingwas for their society by sharing their such terms as sacre, sapristiand i year. A three-year-old mule can there field one man will P'int without marking I fresh fish, grapes grouse had '.:.

be.go.Lkll. XtB.I Enfght,.E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinhole simply perfect for an amateur,I crime. Indeed, I should judge such a morbleu (euphemistic for mort be reared as cheaply as a steer of the twenty acres oifmore in-a day; ior; dock, milk mutton. partridges. ._

1L V. Smith. and she played well, though her fingers case!' far more severely, for there is no dieu), but on the other hand we whollyfail same age and will sell for twenty centsa if it must be marked one way and I Moderately digestible: Apples. ap- '"'

1 _ _ were seldom on the piano keys exceptto shadow of excuse for it. A poor girl,, to appreciate the swearing valueof pound, live weight when the steer checked by the levt--, the farmer with pricots; beef-rare, but not raw; beets.

\tip; $ State omcen.ovemorF. accompany her sweet, pure voice. i ignorant and starving, would have far mille tonnerres and tausend don- will bring no more than two cents.- his three-row sled-msrker can mark] butter, cabbage celery cod duck; .. "....'.':,t

P. Fleming, J acks.>nville. One of her great charms was the more leniency at my hands than a lady nerwetter. Even though these latterbe N. Y. Times. twenty-five acres oilmcre in a day and eggs, boiled for three minutes or half '?

Secretary if State-John L. Crawford, tender deference paid to my age. i who could so lower herself." regarded as an invocation of Thor, -1- two men can plant twenty acres. an hour; jellies, not made from gelatine .3

-S Crawford. viDe.Uorney.GeneralWmiam. without seeming even to consider me I looked at Agnes. She was pale as the god of thunder and summer heat, DRESS AND FASHION. The cost of a marker vhich will last ; lamb, lettuce,potatoes.puddings. :i1

.I ttcollo. Lamar.Mon- too old for a c"nfidante and companion. I death, and in her eye was a steady,, \\jo can not see any thing very dreadful i many years is only f J to $3 and of a rabbit, raspberries raw or slightly ,"4

. Treasnrer-F. J. Pons We saw Carroll only from Satur mournful look I had never before seen 0'1' juratory in them. Anglicized they Notes on Matter*and Interest Old. to Both Young first-class planter!$3i and about $!2 stewed oysters; real soups-not artificial ''. 1.'
Macclenney. become perfectly harmless, and indeed extra for the checkrow attachment with] .\ .
Commissioner of day afternoon till Monday morning, as there. The crocheted handbags of grandmothm"s i ones; snipe, spinach. trout, turnips ;
I Wombwell. Agriculture B. Locust Grove was too far from the city "Carroll." she said, "if you had a would be welcomed in the room of time are revived and are lady 80 feet of wire. Formerly in heavy or: i turtle, woodcock young pigeon.

coin ptroIler.GenerelW. D. Barnes. for daily trips. But, although Agnes dear friend who was afflicted with I some of our own"more opprobious like and very pretty. lodged grass it was' a hard day's'work Difficult to digest: Buttered toast, "

;fdju t-General-David Long, Cedar talked often of her betrothed, of the kleptomania how would you advise idioms. "Thunder, or even "Thun- The favorite pocket-book is almost for a man to mow an acre, while now carrots cheese. crabs custards fresh : .

-y.. preparations for her approaching wedding her to overcome the temptation?" dur and lightning!" we consider a very square in shape, is stamped calf skin I with a machine costing but $45 tjie. bread, goose liver, halibut, hashes ...i.i

Superintendent of Public Instruction-. she never seemed weary or dull I Something in the voice of his be temperate exclamation; so, too, handsomely mounted in sterling silveror farmer cuts vvith ease to himself ani herring. lobster mackerel. butter (.
..A.1berULuIIsll. Jacksonville. moved Carroll thought the author of the tragic storyof his team nearly an acre an hour. anc mushrooms n'uts. oil
j in our quiet llfo. She read well, and trothed deeply, for ho silverine. onions peas, _
= ,. PROFESSIONAL CARDS we passed hours with our favorite authors replied, with a strange solemnity: the bagman's dog, which may be Large checks are becoming popularfor will save the cO?v of his machine in: pineapples, salmon, shrimps salt meat \

WEYING. ENGINEERING": ; she sang for me; she worked "As all other temptations must bo consulted with vantage on this head morning aprons, and some of the cutting less that lOt' acres. In putt gin sausages, turkey. peaches, pheasants

CIVIL a gorgeous sofa cushion and we walked overcome-by constant struggle and Applying the John&oniRn maxim of summer skirtings for petticoats are in, and harvesting! a crop of sm.al LI rice, ripe oranges, roasted oysters ;

R. F. ENSEY, and drove out together. fervent prayer." "claret for boys, port for men and ,the same style. grain the expef e has not been reduced sago stale bread-particulary the German -

I cxv.IxJ- 2NG-c.vEEJ:: .. But, through all the charm of her I thought the time had come for brandy for heroes," we should certainly There is a beautiful new trimming so much. but is considerably rye bread, not pumpernicklej, .....
the i these two to tho be inclined to class either or less than formerly while the graicf; I Is: strawberries sweatbreads, tapioca '
manner, innocent, caressing ways hilly updcrstand that resembles coarse Italian guipure ;
STARKE, FLA. both of them with the claret, nay, L' all saved, whereas enough used tobe: venison-like other J
and made meats should not
habitual to her. there was an expres painful position, some excuse with a design over it in colored plush
we Dftllglltlnl'* estimates, leveling, etc., ex.. sion in her violet eyes that perplexedme. to leave tho room. even with the yet milder variety of appliqued with silk. wasted. to pay for f%rvesting. The vx.: be eaten tainted young chicken :J
with aceuracy and dIIp oh. Gladstonian claret, a vintage of has in the "*" "fi'
_Terms. 55 per day. cash. It was not sufficiently defined to Not until I heard Carroll go upstairs happilyunknown Mousseline de laine is much in favor pense marketing aggregate young turkey. t
.." be fear-more like a shadow of fear- to his own iipartmcnt would I reenter to the learned doctor. To I now, and is likely to be during the hot been reduced by railroads ai d When patients are incapable of taking %:

and it was brief, passing away like a the drawing-room. Agnes was our insular minds they convey absolutely weather. Nothing can well be simpler bringing the markets to the farme'd even the lightest of the foods on \

J. 0. HAYNES, summer cloud across the sunshine. there, deathly pale but with a certain no idea of impropriety.a than the style of making.We door. The building of this list, as in cases of tropical dysentery -

.Often she would lock her little hands womanly expression new to her sweet might go about Donnerwettering fora are gradually coming back to multiplication of bridges enables th e and other severe diseases of the ':
month together and not feel one atom farmer to take twi.-o as much at alcad intestinal canal I have found that they .
D together, till the pressure looked as if mode trimmings of the material to
El1..V aJII: : :T: S-r,I it must pain her while in her eyes face."I have told him," she said; and her tho better for it, or the worse; while the Spanish flounce and the drooping as was possible in firmer days. Th4ra could retain to advantage the white of -

voice sounded hollow and forced. "11 0 our character propriety and decent are men in my neighborhood eggs beaten in water.-From UADoctor's
would come a hungry look, as if she lace edgings that ornamented the hat up
Offloe rer Jones' Brick BlocX. but I have.re speech would not be one whit damaged L- market 150 to 200 bushels of wheai a Don'ts. .
were controlling some violent emotionby will not give me up, brims ol that period.
--- whatever might be thought oi day, drawing' it from their farms ito .
a great effort. solved to leave you all for a long, long The favorite headgear for travelingis -4
) BUG & WILLS the affliction : our sanity. The German soul, however the railway station, who in the' early How to Preserve Flowers.
I She had been at Locust Grove about time. I will try to overcome a toque of silk or goods matchingthe
: three ,weeks when I began to be troubled of. my life by struggle and( is conscious of a distinct sense suit. Tam O'Shanter caps of velvet times spent ten days with a fourhoyae There is much discussion at present

Attorneys at Law about the extra servant I had prayer, as Carroll advises. If I conquer L- of relief after a judicious indulgencein either black or a color, are worn team taking forty bushels to Cinc,in- as to how flowers can be preserved to
the' same pastime. Hence nati their market. The tarru,
Carroll'swifo we are nearest rout
if not
hired to wait visitor. She I will return; by ladies.
upon my
confronted the very young end to far away people. When it is
by strange paradoxthat of debt and hose
STARKE FLA. was a young girl from Nwho had( shall never be a thief. The tan. suede gloves no longer reign crops jarej as desirable to send floral souvenirs thereis
what is a round oath in !
one looks
been highly recommended to me by She rose as she spoke, and, kissingme country L- pre-eminent, for it is becoming the good now as formerly can IJ much chagrin that the perfumed
*" is not even a smart ejaculation in at the but those vh
practice .11 all the Courts IA thi u.rtl I renely situation;
r ? dTIZthJudIcI.1 Circuits. one of my own servants, and she waswilling fondly, went to her room. I the next.-Mac millan's fashion to match the gloves to their beauties arrived in a mashed dilapi fe
-- and respectful; but I doubtedher thought to have a long talk with he.r, Magazine. accompanying costume, as ,shades of allowed their land to run down? i s 0 dated and discolored condition at their .
that in addition t< low thiere
> prices
.x F. J. FIELD, honesty. to offer sympathy and counsel. but in Wash Your Hands Frequently.Cases green are the latest aspirants to favor. ; objective point. This can easily be
also siiall who
Having h&d the same servants aboutme tho mo"ningVC found her room vacant Some of the new jerseys, gauged at are yieMs or are carrying rectified by a little care and attention.The .

DmI M'1 n'lV\ rk Pl lhnr I for )'ears-women of tried principle 1- the bed undisturbed. She wroteto of infection that could be accounted the throat and top of the arm have a a heavy load of debt-eveh tjie;Y best way i to pack the flowers in
: : { n might I be worse F.Brown
"JiI -I had become careless about locks mo soon telling mo she had walkedto for in no other way have been scarf fixed and gauged on the top I of Ol-WaldO ioe. This is a sure .preeratie especially -,

and keys and seldom used them; but Nand caught the midnight ex explained by the fingers as a vehicle.In one shoulder, carried across the bustand in N. Y. ; i a little sat sprinkled
STARKE, FLA. little trifles of value began to disappear press."I handling money, especially ol looped in a large loose bow at the I over the crystaline surface. Another

I Ia I I'RS. ALL WQ&IC GlJ.i 'AlTEED. Box most marvelously after Hannah leave home to-day," sho wrote, paper, door-knobs banisters, carr side.While -Baked Onions.-Select very large mode in which flowers are sent in com

_1____ came. A gold pencil-case with diamond and unless I can come back to you straps and a hundred other things that it can not be said that black: ones boil half an 'hour, drain pjish plete preservation even (and -it f

PEEK & FRAZEE head that had belonged to my cured I will come back no more." everyone must frequently touch, thereare is falling into any disfavor, yet the out the heart, hopping them ne frequently done) to i t pack
; husband, was the first thing that I In her room I found all the little chances innumerable of pickingup extraordinary popularity of colors has with a little bacon::add bread crumbs them closely in tI Eurp the

missed; then followed a card-case of trinkets: I had supposed were in Han germs of typhoid, scarlatina, diphtheria taken them into the street as well as pepper and salt and moisten ,with a stems with c cvr

Attorneys) at Law and Notaries .silver; small trinkets disappeared andI i nah's hands. Carroll and I talked small-pox, etc. Yet some persons the assembly, the watering place and little cream. Fill the onions, put tntoa layer ot wet cotton cttn f placed.

was' thinking Hannah must be sent often and gravely of the child he loved I actually put such things in their the home circle. dripping pan with a very little wa'ter end of the sea voyage the AP.,

STAltKK, BRAUFORH CO., FM. away. when one morning, going-runex; sometimes hopefully but often as mouths, if not too large! Before eating At the last two drawing-rooms it and bake until tenJer in a slow oven flowers will b found fresh and fragrant

pectedly to my room, I saw, throughthe time wore away sadly. For my grandson i or touching that which is to ba was noticeable that gloves were not so basting often with pelted butter.: as at te beginning. To keep

Abstracts of Title and Beat Estate Law" s open door, a reflection in my long had repented often of his harM, eaten, the hands should be immediately long as they were, and "on dit" that 4.I.._ 1iower brightly from day today-that

flPeclalty.Abstracts! furnished! showing every Dee--L. mirror. Unseen myself, I watched stern judgment and was willing to and scrupulously washed. We hear the Queen does not like to Bee them' -It is Just as proper. to keep rich is. cut flowers-it 1 only necessary t

Koruag-went Lien. lax Sale. Judsroent record ana Atttcb-mettectinff Agnes Lapice as she softly opened my think there was really a disease I in much about general! cleanliness aa above the elbow. Whether this is thecae milk separate from'that of an inferior sprinkle with water, place the stems
and all of
matteis public "
Title of Heal Estate in Bradlordounty box of jewels, took out a pair of diamond fault. "next godliness. It may be added or not. certain it was that few, quality and secure for it an extra pf icas o deep in moisture and i necessary,
Florida up to date of Abstract. earrings and put them upon th I4 "And jet," he would bay, with that here in particular it is also aheadof comparatively, stretched over the el it. is to assort other articles :Jon :the put a light layer of over them.

bureau. In her eyes was the look o mournful eyeH "if it was kleptomania I health and safety. The Jews uade bow. White suede and kid are well farm. If dairymen would make it: ;a Flowers can b made to last a longtime .

fear, now positive, defined terror; iindfJirtiny that made Agnes take your. trinkets .I j no mistake in that "except they worn with black, white arid gray point to sell milk of the beet quality U carefully "atce but they .

I1EAIKJUARTER3 FOR ) hands worked convulsively why should we have sent to Sing Sing: 'j washed they ate not." It was a sani- goWns, and also with those that have only they could 'sure &.ola., Of IJS- require the !. Duu of aaperienoed a .

txEttpreiirt1n.g: XNa'C' 1SrC I r.c ehe held them over the trinkete.s.ddcLlj I the burglar who cr.; canght stealing L \J Jth tarv ordinance as well' a 3 an crdinanos) white about them. tomera who would not object to lover of blo8om-St

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h RJDFORD COUNTY TELEGRPH.PUBLTR congressional nomination in tl}?->trict 'In A Difficult Surgical Operation.' The Farmer.' ". I NOTICE.In W&ITTS 0 F. j
J Unrncllsville The fanuer leadtf no E Z life, Circuit of Florida,
which he lives mid can be#Iected. The We clip the following fro n tha' ? Circuit Court 4th Judicial ,
The C D sows will rot Bradford County. The State of Florida.
E WEKKLY *T- fact that. the famous pig1t. John Morrissty. (N. Y.) Morning News. Clarke And whu at E V he rests from. strive. 1 J. M. Tmby S. J. Sternburel) AND

7kflZRtORDCOUNTY. FLORIDA. wits elected Jo congress, lends him people! regret -:1Ip., Davis condition. but His bonw will A 1C a lot. & E. Strong. Merchants and I IPartnerdoinKbuaines TRUBY 'RNBURG :

t I C.-WEBB. tbbelleva. J thnt he .ciu,.. .get'ii. seat ia that hope,that ahe will now fullreeo.ver.. Dr. In D D has"to struggle hard '.' vIf 1 der the firm name I\ltlf*sty'e Assump'UsuJt|! or atl.achmtonj.of .. -

Editor and Proprietor. lOdy. Truby, Sternburg und j burr sworu to, ,
Taj* PpweH. of this city! by the way was T'oKIivngoul; I J34..C3.
[ Company
the fcMliscover Mrs. Davis' retard ." _t. ; i
first true cop- I c'frosis do riot VS. I I' ""
p fJP CB Ipl l.O.O A YEA1L The Democratic Position. A. L. Scott. JTheaboTeTL3UeddPfenat.Lt. --- --A' ,
.f When :on the"6th day of November. diLlon while she was yet in Starke. It Hjs. crops. thpf 'Il be a ".T' L Scott w tO% >".,

,, .' .' ,,. nlmit Aqorfing to"Aft tf Cp'.gre in 1888 more" than five-and-a-half millionsof was through" 'his. advice\ .. that .she went, The hired L P has to pay pro ervas attached to pay the debt.notifiedof and
: the Poit Office. Btarke. Fla., at Second north for operation: Are awful A Z, too; I nil other persons interested are hereby
American i citizens the grandest the Commencement of the above Niit by'attachment
Clan rYe : free armyof "4. skillful and dangerous surgical op- They C K rest when he's away, i I and are hereby required to appear They want to sell you yonr Groceries.t Provisions, }'io '
that .
.1 men ever rallied around anyJelld'er Nor any work Will do. I I plead demur to declaration flleil therein fcyj he .
\- thank i iii; any cause, had cast their .ballots etation was performed: in this city. yester I seventh day of October A.I). 1 89. the same being Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. ij!
our friends for words Both N Z he cannot make. t: mL;f I the first Monday said month and the rule -. .44i
!lrs W. Starke
the day. Davis .
for for'Presi
Democratic candidates of will be taken i -
of And then fjr A D takes I day this Court. or judgment -y;
cheer pQ4 praise received this dent and Vice-President of' the'United Florida daughter of Mrs. Rawson, of Some boarders who eo R. T. eat against them by delimit t. B. RHODES. They'want to sell you your Dry (Goods and Notions. :*J

: ". ek. Tie, -TEJ.EGEAPU .will strive I loCpntjnrje States, they were compelled i to see thtir Gen see street,' and sister of Mrs. Don L. & E no money makes. July 3, 118!. Plaintiff Attorney.I .

( ? ; Jp deserv.c your approval.a victory snatched from I' them because! in a Sharp 'who'! has been sick about two years Of little U p nds this life; copy; do of hereby the original certify notice that the now abore on file I is a In true my They want to sell yon your (Qlothlng and! !! Furnishing!! G

'" Il l intervals with in ofi **. Witne hand and of Court thisJuly T *
'or'a severe pain the right my seaj ---
single staf ,hey fallen shor Sick in old A G lies; -- : -:---- '

Wide Awake for September! I j" ajretn plurality uf lCt lln seven thousand side had an operation. performed upon The'debts hM U Z l leaves his wife' 3,183i.! W. T. WEEKS.SEAL. They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. 1i: .t-

for the ng.peopte.. Aa usual votes. .t'o'j.)a the; res'ult. have. b'ec'u decid- her'yesterdny by Prof. Roswell Park, of AciJ then in P C dies. [ .] Clerk. ;.

;itI-I in fall of .short. stories aud. other cd by. the< .etl* !* ) popular tt' vote. they, would" Buffalo, and Dr. D.' F. Cridler, of -thiscity. 7h. Orange-Grower--*? i Ieetln
i have enjoyed the triuniph to which The operation was no less than A'small but i iuileresl jag meet immg" was -\\ ITEREAS David I. Alvarez administrator
ip eresling and instructive reading.D. ,. !!. they They want to sell You Your Hardware
: were so"fairly entitled by the of opening !the bowels down to ths liver and! held al the court house yesterday cveniuir r I the o tate ol :M. F. Bro'rn.late of Bradford Tools and BuildiniS
justice Florida, deceased has filed In '
County. '
othrop Co.. Boston. &1.40 lLate *?
? .i }peyar. J i their cause' ; the character'of their candidates !then opening the gall bladder! : and removing -I Vas addressed by Mr. J. O. lcKih' in. my ojlice i 'a SUI ; 'Uon of the insolvency o! sa$4$ Material.
president ot the Florida Orange Growers'Union. estate tjmnseame therefore to notify all persons -I
j' and the candid and'plt'triotic spirit! of from it ro less thap 106 small biliary I I and Mr Cook of 'So'ith! ''Florida holding claims against doM estate to lila the They want to sell-you yourTatous, Buggies -
calculi that have Hame iu my ofljee. duly alithenticated on or by Agriculturalplemeiits I-
now seem to been Ih'e
The National l Democrat, blillhcq their appeal to the judgment of the whole orange fame. Mr. McKibbTn spoke nf the Second day o{January A. I). 1890. on which .
... & 1.* I people. I3y a pluritfneurly} a hundred whole cause'of her terrible suffering'andall the I benefit to be denvcd by a union of the day l there will be made a probate distribution of Seeds ami Fertilizers. J.
t \ i D.: ; is dent- ruin of the the assets of baid estate the creditors of .
Va8hi4Ipn1 ? p.i a new her sickness. 1 he was the oraage growers and the utter among .
?* t thousand t voters of the nation .. ... operation ,. lie the samp. They want to sell you your paddles) Harness ami
, tKjratjj journal ilch be highly that orange niUu'sl'ry otherwise explainedthe Witness hand and seal this Miy 21th. A. Whips Wiiact
jvjtj only thing promised anything in the my
y I I then manifested their for .
prcfciencu plan of working; said that they had D 1S89. WM. F. :MAI.PHCRS.SKAL they want to sell you everything% you may need." 'tI
appreciates! by ib democratic people. Grover Cleveland over Benjamin Harrison %way of' nTef;; mill without i it she must certainly adopted the Florida l Fruit Exchange as [ ] County Judge. a trial, and you will he convinced that they will eD\1
i have died in short time.: their mode of operation and explainedwhy. 47-fimo save you monn.
l f fhoald be their chief "There JvcrJ'
t; liberally liS mogistratc. aredeteat. You !
sup. on everything buy tnt at
f r The doctors are entitled! to great credit At the close of the meeting a branch I IN CIRCUIT COURT. 4TH.IUDICI.CIRCUIT tire same time guarantee. the qua
': !ortrd. says Montaigne, uwb '. union was formed with soiru 20 members.Tllfe'tnceting OF FLOWDA. UKADFOKU CJJ I'Y. lily. and. quantity. ot Goods ..
f : _ \ ciorit's." for discovering Ihe calculi at this distance 4 S ;
4 iriiimpimnt to the emolution ot was postpone:? to meet againon ANNIE DRIGGERS 1 Bill

z lar!: ypn! seen. H lford'g magazine Such was the defeat of the .)Democracy. in I from the surface ns well as for the Saturday. m.. ut whi'ch! lime nil th: I HENRY Dnioacns.\-s. }V Pivorce.for :

"i r b the great (contest of 1888*. skill shown in performing the delicate orange growers who ship fro'm Sturke, are It beiner in-vle to appear to the satisfaction of
c1.- fat Sgptpmber? If not, buy one. It expected to be present. Cot Peck and this Court that the ilffrndnnr. in the above stated
under its In that contest. the control: of the execulLve operation. The pat'ent last evening was others will address the meeting! cause i is a non-resident and that his resideuca is TRUBY STERNBUSG COMPANyJ
much &
; js improved new and the popular branch of the guile feeble arid hid been for some days, unknown and that he U overthe age of 21 years.It ,
Belford Clarke & ..t. . legislative -. -p is ordered adjudged and decreed that the said
; 19ap'g lDnnt. departments' the government but it i is hoped that the operation may The Trip defendant. Henry Drippers be and Is hereby r*

. Co. publishers New York. 25 elsn restore her to perfect health.*' The county board of Public Instruc- quired to a- swt-r plead or demur to the bill .
vhs wrested froinourhatids for the time ,. herein filed on or beiore the seventh day of Oet'HT -,
._- -a- {un have returned from their trip to" A. V. Id S!!. OP said bill will be taken a pumber.. but in that contest the Democratic party A mo.t Remarkable Society.Of establish new schools and seulo misunderstandings confessed,provided I that publication ort his order -i 'HI &m-. }FLOl IDA. :!
took firn.ar ground in favor of i its great siirtlie'rciuiirkabte! 'societies i in neighborhood: The be made once a week for four consecutive weeks ,
J'he'Monthly Monitor published\ ;mid i ever or- first Jay out, Tuesday. they visited ITve prior to that day iu the Bradford County TELEGRAPH -
fundamental( '
principles. pained new :! ganizt-d in this country, one organized in Mile Branch school and Long ISraneli a new-pap published in said countyof -

;t Bronson, Levi county, Florida" is bipod and courage' / t ue"edI$youth. Philndelphi.i the .othernight. is probably school, they listens! to evidence)I and Brndlonl.theUoor and of that the Court ft copy House af said of order the said be postedon coun A. E. IvpITT' ,

ji new candidate for public favor. and oiis crated itself afresh to the Sacred tlie'mostremarkable.! !Ii tis to be hoped argument that by Loth all :aclibols:Kdiool: patrons should and reummaiuias decided : I ty.August.Done D and JS89.ordered. by me this 28th day or ,

It is a large, 8-page paper; the first cause of firmly maintaining. ,\lid'r ;hteoysy that'it is the'first and last iI'f its-kind. A now Joc.Ued. They located: Tho Little [L S.J] AV. T. WEEK STARKE, (CALL STREET) JjILORIDA. .

I,."_ issue 'it' full of interesting countymatters. admhniteringln! the greatest! nation'inthe dozen men', WhoSe matrimonial',' I' experiences Sftrin school" UM) I *. K. Crti. of Hoc. 21 T." BCCO& WILLS. Clk S. D.Circuit WAIN Court.i5y RIGHT. I : _
-, t ." S .. worl'd a just government of all thepeople. ilatt' lIot been of the 'most pleas.mt.went Ull. ji. Tiie next morning theV located Complainnnts Solicitor D. C. To my and the general Public I would respectfully
'.' \ Fort Call school ii; the T. 13. C'or. H:3 I, W. T Weeks Clerk of the Circuit Court In announcethat .
: This AVUS the ifemocrncy of Jef- into fifili-story room, locked the T. 6 It. IS; after wtiieli limes. went to the and for Bradford Conntv. Florida, do certi y I am still at my oM stain I, ready to serve my customers on short.

*4 Great many people are {akjng advantage dUtrusted ferfon atirf! J'1 ksoi,. the democracy ili.nl! r door;: and' proceed; 1'1 (organize; the -"Or.I I conference\\esternpartofthe with 1'roVidrtlivdand eonnty and held Uay a the that original the foregoing order in I is said a true cause and now correct on file copy in my of notice. As heretofore, I shall m the future use my best endeavors t tUn\ '

amid 1 Ihrust aside the arisiocrnts office Witness mv hnnd d R"al of caul Court 9.
der of the Circle. the declared .
I of our liberal offer. and are. I Mystic I schools, tho! result of whidl'a"l the disrcpturuanea Cliis 2th day of August A. D. ISSi out. g:>od work at a low figure. I .so'lcit the attention: of those in need of
Who wifhed to sive tl.e people) from the object. of which i is "the protection; and relief -' of U hy s hov.l. They .,- I ISEA L.j W. T. WFFKS.Clerk.ByN. ._. ...T '
subscribing for the TxLEGEAriz.. 'A trouble of governing themselves'during i2lifortummateS *' turned to Lake liiitle'r and Thitrsfl.ivinornlrie !: I D. WAINRIOHT,
4 i .. of husbands.: Only. Clerk. qJ
,- i ; ; approve-l Smiley sehoold'iscohtiUua'l ___ ___ ____ ____ Deputy
copy of the' American' farmer cane the early years of the republic) the democracy those wljo have had difficulties with their ) 1 NurOiiih s/hool and'HuproviHl -- agesp.

secrj aj 4i this! -**cf. Dotj't+ forget that. ? stifled the odious nullificntionschemes wives are eliglblf to membership; an.l' the '-ancierhln'hool-l\ll Reddish school.: NOTICE.On ; _

of' Ca1'houn. fought the consolidation ; The Hoard report lots 'QI l fun, everybody th- first Monday in Oct. 18C9 the Public gies.Tago
4 to. read. the.. special, on the .local.J page.. urtifficull ips" must have been of "serious satisfied with their V'.wisioiH and a Hoft'Is of ralUorlll'ountv. Via.. will le let out .
M' policy of lIe'ry'Chi and destroyed character." The moment it is "discoveredtint gl''interest lt t Jn school ,,'ork, I that inany: to the l..wtJ"t'JulIa fide bidder by Districts said --

,qtL:. pan has declined,.. to stpmp. the United States Bank -when i it became' the difficulties) Otafl3' member have new houses \\i\l\ l bo buitt, they report the Itortds under.will Those embrace over ten alt Bridges feet will ten IIP f kept"c-t anti up or T.)tl-r } ofVEHfbLES ac.d Carts. ., .J .,
; any | style .
wit'b. tin shrine political'warfare the road I Imdly I wasliod liy tl.o: late rains I under the Siiporvi-ion of each Superintendant in i '
"lie against bee
State Col. "he will! be )
r 1 th.e. Chipley. : t adjured expelled. The and dilljcuit lo travel. hi. Di!tr'ct., All bids must be sealed and ad- '
: thinks Chipley too small a potato to rights of the people. Tii kcep'the government society encourages' 'divo'rce) s'nits by bind- --_._- tres sed to the Chairman of the Board of RoadSumperjntentants .
the Board the to
reserves right
be' 4 t him Call simple and to keep it pure. to ing' i f.tr to; pay the, costs thu&u! of its Wo had: a plfflsant: call from. :Ir..T. reject any or all tiids'iiv their: rti| cr.'tion. this .

!' .. challenging. ( ) to a controversy. .. epiC in the hands.. of the pe'.lple.;; and out members \vhr> may: bring them, ;is ,\\e'j') as T. ""Kf\vke yesterday: :m lIc.'arnl.dt'hJ.t Au 26. .'. L. D.Chairman.V. WA LL.ATT"ST ,

But* he has no objection i of the"hands of separate clxsses, combination's to contiihutc; alimony in'cs' in which it the dredging in, SatnjOfl.mner. ; :.,R;DDlSv?, Clerk..

to. Chiplflv i being. present. ,.x to bis, and Interests, has been the grand is Allowed.' 'The bus-band: who' was S':own is projifi t-sMiig hUl'I"" '1'1\lie'\ canal: is Notice of Election. Plows, Harrows, 'Cultivators to oer.

aim of the Democratic patly'from: the being"cut fc..pt'j.1l.'at. yrPijeJit I .
m eting. have lime "nlOSI-in'p :1Calle wife' t -40 ,
to was
..*. .. I I Wherrasthf" Town of Ptarke has been by this
r foundation the "
of government. How can lerted president and the other olllcers:, but wJlj\ he widene.l to CO fee;. The Board declared and eons itutcd Special School Ami other FrrnziiiIinpJciieiit.
it is to find fault and honest that. .Material kinds uh-VI'trict.r Bradford County. htite of Florida .
How easv any man deny; such was its members depth is 8 feet. of all -4 --
<" *' i .* were divided among Us cvho, I therefore it is ordered that an election be i I
: b9.i bard io praise. There. ,, is not a'znajifq'pi'ibj purpose in the! campaign of 1888 that under this rule, were best fated for them.' oa\"e.1J .ct; met with, all: of which h'ld.and notice is hereby given that an election REPAIRING of Vehicles Airnciiltnral t mpJem'ntl'l, Took, Machinery
be held! at Starke, londa.lhe 10th day of Ucto- ,
\ \'" ti.II,1 Florida i that is such remains ils'pur. ose; t'oI')'?. The originators of this society communicated could be excavated by the dredger.! Itl'r. A. I). IJMI, for the purpose of deci'ling Guns,. Pistols, etc., nijule tii .tly und stroni-ry by exitneiutl *

By four years of earnest and careful effort I whethi-r the said sub district shall be special! Workmen. Onlp th'tj. IJl'st inaleriiils'used.: .
: not criticized. It may be a bard pill the 'inspiration" to their friends FOR DYSPEPSIA taxed to raise fund o"rllnd above the state alldt'lItmfy .
.' to improve the public service in all its Use Brown's Iron Bitters. MY increase tiie school prmk-ges a.d

L! \jo swallow, spraeUraes, but keep out departments, resulting in large and insny- applications'the next day for and. before membership night, nearly had been 200 Physicians recommend it. opportunities, purpose electing in wild sub-aistiict lliree School; andaluo TrustPes forth m :; HORSE SHOEING according! to Scientific rincjpJes.1

of public life if you don't like it.Don't fold benefits to the people\ the Democratic All dealers keep it. $1.OO per bottle. enuine arid for s li.t siibHlisli-1-'t. at which election only "
ban trade-mark and crossed red lines -
written out It is the purpose of the or- wrapper. tax p.JJ..s till real orlt'rsonall.rol'ert .
: : be evon a local 1 preacher. lie administration bad earned\ a right 'to a iginator' to apply for a t'ltnler.? and they .. --, -'- I I thecorp.irat*'limits of said Town oc aUrke will I GARDINER PACE
g BROWN'S IRON BITTERS lieentuled to vo''.
of all is criticized the worst. continuance in power. In his fidelity to AND
men confidentially predict that by time they Cures Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia Malaria The Board of Puhlic Instruction .
4 what he Relieved be the cardinal piin- get it, \which will be three wteks' lie n ce, ,Nervousness and General Debility. Physicians for the of Kluriila.County of Uradford.KUtf 5 I l. -

Dr. Tyner's good advise to the ciple of oJr'government, the President recommend it. All dealers sell it. Genuine I Attest: D. L.
1 the wil'! have several thousand ALVAREZ. Y
society has trade loark and crossed red lines on wrapper. ... I. Ilit.j ST \ ;:IKE Bradford County F1oriREAL
Starke people should be heeded.: had gone to the extreme of warning officers members. I v. Cuairnmu.Reeretiil 1.Q%

; of the government including all I his NOTICE. Staike. Flonda.: Sept. 2.1. 1SR9. I
S Starke has a natural drainigc which There is npolhcr kind of society that -
own appointees .abstain, from All indebted to the estate of Sarah'
': should be taken advantage< of, and I political these men Fhuuld cultivate-the society of Ponds persons clecetttii'1. will couif forward ami make I
: ngitatioh or from nctivity that might be their \\ivcsand children. If they would iniuicdiatf eltlolnfnt, amid, all persons holding I I Florida.TrunkLine.LOR1lA ESTATE AGENTS
a good system of severage opened deemed an interference with the rights ofthe claim nluinst sai.Il""t all will present thfin duly ,
remain at home more, be more attentiveto authenticatedvuhiii the time requiri-d hv 1zt v,
. I up. The real estate owners would people. So far fn-.m buil-ling apolitical or this notice *v'll. to plead in bar of their reeosery. I \ CKXTRALPENINSULAR .
their wives : -
: : and. become better acquainted '.\NDtP I.. UEIOEK ---
!I b' all drain their, lots if they Jad'an.r} machine! he sought to make the \\ilh (their children. ,' there \.uuI.l be 110 \-lmini"l- rlltor. : I" & RR/
: existence ; .. September 12th, 1W.
-t "
; ;: c; ( where. to lead the. water to. These I. of I selfish. political combinations excuse for the "Order ths i.o.Cir. 6ui. :, '.rornll'tl)' the, J'.'U..'& \.Ci.I .. ORANGE GROVES
; .
I lhle" _
: much m eded outlet are.01' our city inpos, By it* every word and cc.! '." Their domestic difficulties referred I SndartiTiiji'tsa.4.-Juutii. 2, 1S8U. I ,

; act the Democratic admiuist ration of IbSo to would diwppear in most instances, and 37_ : ulnnRX; 111\,1 I .' I
), fathers to How it '
provide.. pleasant -89 disproved; the'; predictions of its cnfinies : DRUG 3 0 II' MOSaiLvHIT. ; -Fernali.liunj3flspI SSOaJ: IMPROVED FARES' .
would be 'if.i strangers could find there would bo a larger number' of. happy STOH.. 7(Vt) I nK ; a'i.v' Jlh'kou'-i1le Ar 1 r.o pl 61Ua I .
..J'.H 4.>. J >.> i that the government would not be homes iu Philueloua.! -.Ex. ._ ;*> [I'll : l'aItRnr 15-1 ,.I l4Ua500ft
t t! \ 1j0 prAb .llIlr town.. safe if committed to i its control. What ." -" '.'--, 88'lp: \l -liplLv; Baldwinr t:0\1 p
: 95p La teyiVflito Ar ll.'Satl 353a
o.- ? }
fr was the icward of this diMnt.TCbtcd )policy !- Pin $tr W Oottotj Bagging, :-"o;i""A.U I r.; r f', Snrkc :-'a al.l 3i0a; irILP LANDS.
,. A Republican Scheme. { liE'i''--'i.t (n".YI'j1 ''f(iP' '"\# J.t. I I'I. : 0 aiI'I) *:' ,!,\? AlAI I !.; 5.1 a I "
, When corigfesa"votell to'&cmit! Waslinigion. ? When, the party took a united tand'in The'nianufacturefs' of "pine"straw cottan' zir1;{#...7..:p...7.-t..j( r: ;-- 11 1 ia I 1"In; : I''AtlIavth..rne Ar II P 2:1: Itl\ (IJ a --
favor. soin'e 'moderate" red i ibrii jn :H .ini Carolina rlt"" \;!. ."I!. ,:.'J W "(_I,,,,"t"J; i 'h... H 110 11.1 4 2J p'\r'! UcaUAViMwooJ' Art !9 0; ) V1 ailr.1
tie bagging. arc finding J: l"-.P 9' ,, ,' I .' ,000,000 Acres of Iqnd lelo tl FL
giii TO
Montana North and South Dakota :e- ... .._, '..:1..i-1..t"1. ". : 4 pt.r Aim "lIlal> Lfl p I ; lg c OJlIl
customs duties which would sale for their which i : .. 511 0 : .' (
bciie- al 10)
hay's: ready product seems t pAr LI'csbnrg ArJ T .5 "I| 7:H n I ItiIPial
; into the union of State*, it seemed to fitted -J.j.'l-1.:' .;..; ', ; :": ) O"''I.'. I.,'r'1o.z. ;:1 640 |>''ArSiiplAr Tat a resOrl.indo <\; 'I'al 71)0) p I II SOUTHERN: RAILWAY JO.; distributed throughout the.} state and
no much : ,
- one so ns the smaller manufacturers to answer as well fo 'the purpose of coverir.g -, P-1-' i"l1J ; 9 42al $ I.'i ." 4"i IIi ,
> 4tp
tbe that would f ;
impression ,
general they .7i1i1 L._). : '0
be republican states. There was lfI, doubt of the Northern and 'Eastern cotton as jute. Monday in :Macon : 1'I: "'l\ 'n .' 31 I I TAMPA. PIVN. I :A> exte.nfli.ng sojitliwanl} fj-om! theojth boundary of (Georgia to Fort HarrcIJ_ ,

\k k "*and states the fact that( Southern Democrats( Ga., samples of 'the new bagging were on il''c l j r J 710) p 'Lv Jacksonville r I GIOa I II in jMonroe
) that North and f) akoia"would.}: : ...i.L EvJo'C --..-- I 5 00 a Lv Wild\vooa.Vr Ar I /K43 p80lp county.Liberal .. .
were prominent) in urging these bcucficia! exhibition and the Telegraph speaks of it ,- -
the f fact that the republicans !l)1ul! carried -"V T l -' I changes, nml the other fact that thus: 6 M aI Ar Sumterville Ar I 7 30 i p Terms
t Wn'8hi1 lon ami Montana some time' every GASKINS 7 13 al Ar St. Catharine Ar G 4,> p I and SpecM. Inducements( are ojftr d to,
: i applicant for a government pension however There i is bagging that meets all the J. L. 8C5a85i I\r Lacoocht'e Art 00> p I .
evidence that
ljcforc'as taken as they a Ar Pade -
bad joined a column of republican state, I, unrterserving his'claim, was not requirements, and that will win the fight. DKAI.KK IN 10:Jt) al .\' Plant City Lv I 515p400p I .

', : promptly inv ted to walk into the treasuryand It is the equal if not the superior of jute, -a I Ii: I CEDAR KEY I'. I 1-1 l I 24 : --
pud would remain in that column. If therepuMicHii & ModicincL
+ help bunself to the public funds, enabled and will commend itself to the farmer as Drugs 7 o.j pli, 4; alLy Jacksonville Ar 1 to Pt 610 a I I600a1 3iO,()({ Acres of Williams &iu! Swann's land and lands ot
had 24OpILv :
of not
members Waldo
congress (
Ar.113.SiI 34OpI t
.f Wlievett that this was true, they wouldnnrdly the Republicans to raise'! once again soon as he sees it. it U pine straw batrg- Starke, F1tiPliyscians' 104 i Ifln;n 4 3to 12pu.tr I' .\1' Galne'lviIJe Archer Arm Lvi I'I.J a 230 P I Sam'l A. Swann, situate on l oth sides'of the Fiorina Railway and Navigation -.

"- the old sectional issue and by the most $25aut21pl.
:;j have voted'as they did. i'.g.The 4VipI r Bronson Ar 74.4c1.. I
intrepid lying.and the most unprecedented Telegraph man saw fifty rolls of it PreS'ril1tionsClreIlj .. OOpAr ('edtr Key Lv 53011t.. Co's line of Railroad between Fcrnamlina, on the Atlantic coast, and

.q Subseqiwntdevelopments! I have cauxed political' trickery to mislead public yesterday at Wlllin I\IIm's warehouse. Clm"ft>un'letJnt all /.))/>'*-div /i I 9 I 1 I WE.'fE": 1VX. I 'g \ 10" I Cedar Kevs, on the Gulf of Xexicn.DRANG %
; the republicans fear that they made a nii'itH : 7'Opl715aLv' | Jacksonville 45 24.' I
sentiment in the North as to accomplish This bagging is now being shipped to S&ipI 8 Wt a Ar Baldwin \rI3() 1 4d P .
ngton end Montana havegiven I' p ----4. -
L nistRkcsst; .
: 4J..j tl3.1aI.\r
> ilf l defeat of thp Df.m cotton growing UUp in Liipie smill; LaeCiy All J IJ :1 l2 ft
raey every
; evidence Il4p1O27aIAr Live OakMadison :
that inclined to Arfl23ttiI9ia
they are .
.i. > 'The aiiihSnistration which was lied ,lots, and from every point cOllies lhv approval ---- - -- -- 1 4t1' ali, :8a\r! Ar 1128a10U5n HUa G8QVS anirJIHPROVED; FARMSA -
a the dVuKMTiKand in consequence e timer :n' 4 1 aU22p Ar Jtor.tic-elto Lv
if- down and! DUI of power last November is of the farmers. It is just the fling' '-\ I 6 ioaj 2i12p1Ar( Tallahassee Lv ft&'aI 3-zo a a
republicans arc nicking their bruins for a t lIoaR 3O3pjAr: QuincV
:.it ]>!lau by which: those states can be reliably now contrasted in the minds of the peo- people have been wanting. Said Air.Villmcliam C. ;-i Fln1r & y.mT C88V/ER/ I 9 20 I a. 4 (00 PIAr River Junction Lvi L'r.od.7 05 a,12, 150 J.j a a SPECIALTY.

ple with the administration of \ who is one of the most experienced ; 1 Trains Nos
Benjamin 1.2.7. R. 9. 10.
Ii U. It
( n/\ily. N\s.3
i think have hit
; republican.! Iicy they 4. Z3. 2.tro Send-for discriptive pamphlet- etc.rQ.La
'Sunday .
1 daily
Hariison. No Democrat, however' ex and capable warehouse: men tn ERS ALLIANCE.EE except ; 3i daily eXL't'pt maps
ypon! one. It was unfolded.at a recent Mondny.FERSAXDINA_ _ -
t -- ---- -
\F Methodists in Mil-) treme his partisanship could desire that Gee rgia : AND
conference African JACKSONVILLEBR'CHanlGn -- b
1 lil\ ItADira\ PAPERS liXfTfl) INTO OKtA }
; wnliJietV fs. Nobody in the south will t his contract should be 'more striking or "I consider it the equal of jute in every P..A r-1 24-r.GE'. !iLiwiniTED pn CF *??. C-r *o Xo.61.. : lj$! (.itPi' :

t t e surprised that these colored people more extraordinary than it is. It '\\ ill) be respect and believe that it will like the t.: iaSiPASSm: : ; ) ECFU.EGL: 10 K4oa430pLv 05 a 6 00 p Ar Jacksonville Fernandina Lv Ar 8 7 50 I130 a GOp Ifj'" ..; :t :

..rt.i were induced' bring politics into their our duty from week to week to point out place of jute. It i is as durable! as it 'i i is acceptable ESTABLIGREP i il!1 ISS1 Trains XOl. 5 anti 6 dally, except Sundar. No P.
\ deliberation for many nf the colored O 61 and 61 Sund.y only. I
"'Ot 'I' pre
\J '- o News. over the whole government sinc'tit 4th pine forests. 1 um in rur it and. can sell t ttura.ll'a I oor of the Gulf Elates. quickest line to fIddle anti Wt ta'loridapjnts.

'I.: .10 !. March.; 1889. Instead of a governmentfor n< C uyt j lit. JIl ll-T. .A.IJ'r-nlS.I.Hl .111:011'. : and l't'n8'col\7:00 p m.bile trans anlL! connect Nl'w % i n-t throueh iia. ?to:JO Thom-H. 171. P' ) Rl'' I 1h.: iEO'odE; ; 't.sj8( m l

; UaJU' Exile. I II" the'people and by the people we have "A roll containing the s-ime: number of I I IN 7'/1 1 'iT.t T1E1 ': asville.Montgomery, ashvihie. St. Louis.. Cin a '.'e I : y: : I I L' \ re'J
clnatl.l'hlc "
:l _
0*: points' North aLd West. -, "I
Gen. arrival" i in" New York I .n'.Iln.! .1.,1..1 .,ot d. ;0' i. -. .
, Legitime's a government of Republican politician. yards asa_ roll of jute-fifty yards, weighs ;"tOn u.11 .i.'n..i..t.t hit Stifle..,1 tie r..rr-r..riI and c Inn r Arrive at:3 4. p m'and 3 45 p m. -- .
; Thursday seems to have created something 1'I..f '.f l.."..trrtl ","i.,".; .l"iA tIailK l .-"t 1145 p m Mail and Express lor all poi:ts South
No single act is determined on at the 102 pounds. A 'w: of: Dixie jute will int'ut_on |ir4-ti."fll f'.. I.". t.vlrnlttt.ri.:I t.r iiv.Inc. Oaine8Villf" OCala. J.eesblTa"arps.. Apopka.

.;;I : nf a srnsatpn. The amount of White. Hou. 'e.,.or iu the. executive.. .. departments we'gh' : pounds, and yet.they sell for the I" il,..rcl Sink.in the}, iIu.Mate. "oIullr-Io.nc.A kmrnncnt| ( ".u h"..I in VnmrMi M*and Plant Orlando.Citv.PanasotYket'(St. Catharir.t" ). Daaa City.
at 1 I I
.z I. O
,, ni. '
. : ,: kissing unit was done between certain h*'me" \'DC Iu lorida anil t-r! iia'tir pf lntiTuii
without! calculation to and laid down in Macon 700 m Local
careful as same money tu..1to hu"all11 I.tur.e.i t..utbard.i P connect through for all points A11J '
? vhtye r.u'n', nnd Gen. Legitirae. bis fumily what peisonal political benefit may be 91 cents per yard. f1 South.Orlando Oeaia' dainesviiie. LpesWg. Tavares :. r .

.:'. j -t'_.__ and Ills generals on the arrival 1 of the )-e t't' derived Iroir. it, nor is H single appoint "On a balfe -of cotton at ten cents, the i LOCK AT OlR) PREMIUMS r : :1 1rtlwn : and Tarpon TampA.Spring.Arrives Southcrland at 6 1 Q a ni., St. Petersburg

: itime party at the pier in that city drew a ment mad which does m-t have behindHaperHoual ; ju'e'bagging wiIl'Imring $8.80and the pine K.ir,!.. '.-Vrtlnmnt flj boui'J Oiat.an J'iur Pioket)a!>' or. fnr' ,'-$.:S.wt.. 1'i... at 11 Fernandina 45 a m Cumberland with steamer Route City Express of Brunswick connects I I

: deal of The whites fel'mro I'n nimrnn >:vnrlli thr.-c tim.the prk cuarjtd luibuok daily for Brunswick.
attention. Macon
.? great l flli.SO.( That's difference Atlanta. Chatta-
straw the
or political object wholly apart onevery ; *mad ui-wiiiiaiKr. LouisviMe,
*. to enjoy the kissing as much. aa the from the interests of the people. Indent : bale. Subscription 82 per.Year.. Chicago. Arrives 1 50 Cincinnati p m. St. Louis and Jt : nuif iJ 1 (4fl5!
._ 430pm Fernandina Mail
I and ;
:' blacks.J the of the people well feel "A roll l of is like tl Express daily .' .
masses. may ppp straw exactly a On trial for Three Months 50 cent except Sunday. Connecting Tue dav and Friday >
There is no doubt about Legitime's color. l- Ihatthey have ceasedto, have anything to roll of jute only; the former. Is cf a deep ut SPECIMLN: COPIES FFJECIIAs. hnding with steamer St.Nicholas for t-avannah and war
; Thursday with
Wa, ilacV One New wiuter'a York paper nays It that declares.he isM do with the government. They are n/ w red. brick dust color and i is bcavier. The I W.Jsck5onille U..U 1I1'_ .- New leaves York Jacks'Arrives nv-ille845am.ii 50 Mallory am. Sunday steamers. train WJxito GO.o.tl$" 3tes )l J.l x!J
ai hnt
f a MIL ply spectators of the building of Mr. texture i is exactly th:. same and exceptin Fla. pIi1'E -" I This new service gives perfect eoimeftiong at
J f nwcverthat he would be a hanu8 metjian Harrison's machine. We do Baldwin for all points North. East and West. '
political not the particulars mentioned can not be
I Via Callahan GENTS $ BO
to all points North East *? HATS
. if his I'.ps were Jess thick by an inch I West ; BOUTS SHOES .'
' exaggerate when we state the fact that no disti.ignNhed the jute. via ternandina, conn<>ctins- with steamer City AND AND"

I (>r two. ''He certainly is a splendid tprcimt administration ever accumulated such a CfI! H E. WiHinghatn paid.it was equal ftomOhlo. H n !I.. of and Brunswick all points North for Brunswick and We! .-' JIaun. Atlanta.

. ; of physical manhood) being over MI load of popular disgust in so short a time in every respect to jute. Theme was no Mni portrait of B of,]Mr.,,,,.Gam.Ohio. A. 0_. M1\cDonnell, S FINE ClOffflNG.
; in' i and : Was at work on a farm for D. E. Maxwell, U. r. &. T. A. ._.___ .
Ii feet height tupcibly proportioned: as 111; administration! that is now in choicer between the two. He believes it is ; I now hare an agency (u.n. rI8n8 er. --

t: He shows evidences of culture. and) i is no power.-Washington, D. C Nation! the thing for the farmers o-'Q lat they Often 4 Co inake9CO.albnmi and a pnbll-d.y." N. S. Pennington raniu \ \ : -4-( ;-' =- -
1armugr. '
i : I --- I' : ...Kline luarTlaburgra.. I I i 'I BAMRt. \ : l
. ling Hronmi were dligitcd! with it and I 'rc.Amm "I hare never kilo_ U. D. \ I

:t kg'lin"s has plenty of money. lie his If we were to put a two Imp paragraphin : H rim-lint crt thnr. intenli'-n of using it. to 1 took Mil like Arden"jour. enough album.to MINER, -. .. '

;;;.: snveditiringtlme \rnr just closed and the most (.h"cureconlr..r) this ';Iper. _.- : me. Bangor over K,*Ma.S., wriiee W. J.:El-"I

he p\inx/et:8( hpcnd it fur his enjoyment \\lucb slated that certain business man i an order for your album P. Q. BUILDING.
1- .' j Three O Us, Michigan.! 'njo\s the distinction every botue 1 Tint. Mr t .
". in lattice. lie i tI.prt>ba'',)lv glad that h* i is had charged more for his goods or .*.Id of being time home of a novel industry profit a i.i often single a>muchu day'.work.8SOlor I

,: 110. longer! in ff!y" / France is A muchljejHcr"couutrj. an interior quality than his compeltors.llj -the only one of the kird in the >Other hate not are thin pace;quite lo pr aa..UI ei- -,4- I -r1: ---4 : Ta. .
United $4ates. and the first of its kind in ,. from their letttn. Every
( Hint !ju c1t'l"'r ( for 1'1m. ( ,' 1 thus assailed would immediutrlv cne who takes bold of thii grand biwlneu ptlei grand proflia. D
the world It i is that of! making dress Shall we start YOU in this np business IE} .A. r-is s S Iir5r.
i 1. :W- SJMturjUy.Savannab: : employ 11 lawyer to squeeze ?;li lys, ilu-.ss fornix. corgis and whips fn.m .reader T Write to u and learn all about for jronrwlf. Wre .

4 4 _,_ our sctritily lined pocket to the extent ; f"llhuhoht,.. or the quill of the goose and anolbrfr"nanlnr many hr.dcf: we,ou will In.Iut jour yon part if nf TOD ineeountrr don t drfcr'ifyoo untIl SCHOOL BOOKS,. STATIONAUV OF ALL MUDS AGENTS
T ;\ "ll1ptfr. 1'l1..kl' ftiitliirJlr.. E. K. \Varren. take hold you will br able to pick up gold fart. car H.u- -p: ,
Te A.m'Qltton. of *' !.Ai','0 note or s>oor. if hifi"hlirI cockl.t.lIpptIJl"lt the ('II ..cown..f a fnrred nufacturer,.tale 1 e&,00tt : '
: : I r.l'L\14. fumir'I's ilJ11.t'ih:, rlA.l' It I \ to be) above the ; ill'f'IIflf! i his n,-\\' jiiut popubir til.i iiiu II I- dollar Photograph Aibumaureto beold 10.(lb.nK"l I I
average.oir I ; .lS., >i* .t" **rarh- u"UI"l ln Koyal Cnnifim Silk \el., OhJbc
e foi'wIjilylMjni'. is the inventor t
.' 1 Is." 'tIttj1in, lJro tlmnk that.hi. C:Ln'itiicrt.u.e ; 1) lire wituld be in But if 01 .Charmingly, dtoril in.id...adao..lbum.lu the I WATCHMAKER f ln
:, dinger.; we I 1111 I lie irarhinoy m ; for t th' diff. remit pioces world. L.argcat "Xe. OrralrM barpiini ever know". Apnilberomea I I fjt

+ c hi. rt-puiiitlun: n* a prize fijrlueran !I Wt'rr lIt "It that Mime mnn for an juluiti6eiiH.it -; "es fer the tuahufilCIIlI'l' of this; unique W.D'ed. lucreilM"1'*rll.' "If.ra"nr-Tfor, 5.11.i..lt an.."Iljrbl-liule"". Any our IIr cnn -ANDST. ,
\ lie propitwa to turn his attention to .of his goods he would sav.. "ZNo! :I article.- talking.A ave.arv.".Utll IIIkelh..u""r.11 h-r.y.'.h..n.of urd'ere rvrrv o.e rjl'idilv",mur SEA-SIDE, LlBRARf AND FIXE
( ., "t.ioe. with CIGARS.
)f ..hl1c-. Jle wnuu to go to CIlI1 'l"bN. an i ihr i I don't'1 lx-Hcve ia advertUing, no one ,I --r-- m.kmJ..( o..n' ." ""*'*await "m. "ork." A-"''..vc..1' .l1 ? q14LJ: .
urtan"Ladi..n..ke..m..b.' ., : 4SUBC1IPTIUS
*eltevc<'th-it his popularity is so I I IT 11' \'c .ti. BM 1 f,,. silo! '* \\jndow at JI SnflS5.:ifwT "."'"". Full,.f.nn.tq.nd en|IPrai.Iw.rraJ.r, i ,. .
great ri-at1 st I juper. "f'" is .1 str.lI:1.I : I K.vt-rs. I rIte rr.r, ..RCE. FLA.
I & br
J.iii.i-rJ Our ; 'DUbi; *"'"* ""U larti.Jiar. .1' Ierit I.e
meich.mts ""'
in Bcnston tint lire not : fi-ECEIVEO .ba-p.\PEP.
hr Hook ,. Fo.i ?
can tbv diiucrntier IVn.Hlh.l
get but After kimw P-ei1l!: itionoen
a lute one :ntverttiliss. f-I"w to show their fit t old you conclude ., yul all to repairing \L\G\ZINE. Ordel&
'. : ) ; new goods. to* n. fnhr. hbo birm I h Jo,... t Clic.s UII.I Watches solicited u1I1
Jewelry, tention
: addrrw E. C ALI.KN IO, Air.t-gA. MAI.VS at &c, A<-. All work. dou prompt given to. smie.
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'I\-h STARgSFlai._ : January 13, 1'8 .-:!, 7 J2m.

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.:. I } BRfiBFORBCOURYTELEGRJ&PH.1 I A remedy for hard times-buv I I We' have accepted the agency for NEW GOODS. '...' .,.':..:.: ,. I .w'. Thtef 1WALDIX

. your goods at Williams& Clark's :high grade fer- pry Good, Clothing Boot., Sboe ..: ,t..'' .5 i We offer Ou. Hnnilre-l noUannWftl"1 h 'f.
c.nnnL e
I nerrnandlM.Starke :.for an y case .r l> inrrh that ..
Truby, Sternberg & Co. tilizers. These good* are not an experiment -, 4iid General : ('I1red'bV't"kfn? JI..a.tatl\rr.tcnr ;
i .Sturke. Fia. Sept. 33; We I merchants who have been : .: .. CO. Proprletofft. ...
1889. will sell clothing .cheaper. but are used extensively at ;, ;. ;.: P. J. CHKNKY .
; _. I the northern markets to ; : Toledo' Ohio. "
than any house in the county. ; Mandarin: << the pioneer strawberry purchasegooJjf :. ';' know "
'VA. the underLzn'it. haya :
: t I Local a.ft ,,irs. Thiby\ Sternburg & Co.; section of ,the state. Strawberry have returned, bringing with I : : ..F. J. UhHiiey Jor the last, 15 yer. ant 'i I

-1'S Just received and growers will find it advantageous to them the largest and best selected { r rb 'I believe Jilm |rfei-tly honorable in alt- ,.
; I If. constantly them. & Richard ; stocks that have ever Wen inth t bttftitMM tnwi.*'-Jion and flnajic'allirhln
I IJ1 ceiving a fine assortment of fresh use Heiberger 1 I. % mad
f. 9 I city.. 'lliere is no cause in the future : ", -" to carry out .IHV' obligation -
groceries at R. M. Alvarez. } frvttoirfiria.
I Some careful statisticians I have .Y
kU tt tet ,Jnek>oviUe\ or to other ,
9 I ) go : any \VEsT t: TEI7AX. .
.' I Special. U $25 REWARD.-We .will pay a figured out that Bradford county by I market for what you want. Allen :; L; ',:: .Whlvit UruiwlaX Toledo O.

1 1i 1t rew ard of $25 for the arrest and truck growing, tobacco raising and be fouod at home. tW '\t M.aflf.

It i s with I conviction of the parly who broke dairying alone could easily a ; ;. Whoei'iazitToIedo.! 0.
i .pleasure that, we announce support Mr. N. J. Jones was away but 14 :., I,: U. VANU0gS3
? into our store on the night of of This is the '
Auv. population 100000. in '
t I short days, yet he succeeded pur- rainier TC'h>National. Bank
to our many patrons tUat we '123, 1889. Truby Sternburg & Co. only .county in the state that contains chasing many thousand dollars ; i ; Toiedo O.

Anything in the dry goods line no waste land.V(10 have no I .:. lb.H'sCat.AcrtCure' i ii' tikui Internal-
have atJ worth of c1iHe does not .
(again) made : i go propose the blood andihiMtM
arrangements Iv. .e IJC .1Ire<:tIupon
G Alvarez. shrub land of barren sand and oar be outdone bany merchantin .., Tmtlmnju
I I to i ( surface<>r tbfl flysfin. -
it;. POWDER with that wide.a wake, illustrated There is no town in the State that overflowed. lands can be easily and i the .iate. life line of dre- goodsis .. ".}:' clll sent frve. Prtan 7i ceuta per
.drained and wjll theo & botll. Sold by at1 PrujrgNu l aug .
sells permanently will the ladies
I Absolutely Pure farm magazine, the AMERICAN goods any lower than Starke, compute and please! : :
and no firm in Starke offer a better i be very productive.What and for&lk8 an1elvcts lIe taken "':!,'. '. Starfce: Institute. ',>.

This powder never varies. A marvel of purltv FAKMEK, published at Fort ,\'ayne, stock or lower prices than our county cries for more. the cake. His stork of clothing, ; ; Thr tMarke In'litiit,. will open a,. .

,, 5,han; renirth the ordinary and wholeflomentf kinds, and ca More not economical be sold in Ind. and read Truby, Sternherg ,& Co. and more is a cannery.. The straw- alsoH1, equal uialui several "'; t I pudta-to school. :3e1|*. :(1. 18s aDd will

1n i) Competition with the multitude of low test, by nearly OOOOO, 1 $ $ berries we ship in the spring are but thousand dollar bill.. Ami! if you I he conducted according: to the latest improcelhaeibmIts4il -
kbort weight.Alum I,
,:: ,! only In cans. AOYAL or phosphatepojrd BAJUSO POWDER|> Into his Spwtti, aUeutiwn'echilniC.will l-e given to all
all l street, Xe$7 York. I mammoth tal )ishment :ai d notice :
: the other two-thirds c ; I Tor
Truhy, Sternbnrg.and Co. are practically : branches return*! to pr I. "'fit CHINO jrill be mailed direct, FREE:, : Job lot of Hosiery at going to waste for lack of a 'home the large piles of goods yet unopened : any ordinary buMiiem.Ftcnliy f
." T ethI shelves full ;, .... S. D. CAWTITOS. PreahlenltMRS. ,
besides the packed -
market. A establishedhere :
?iI. ,0 the address of of subscribers J Trilby Sternhyrg and Co. cannery once
I ed and any our ,
.fit prefcrV8twith J. L TURXKB. TeadM.of Jttul c. i
the ,
4,1! could the whole for will that hungry caile : .TT
run you
> I year, agree '
, b\\ "o.t destrujtl who will come in and Old newspapers for sale ?t this after strawberries tomatoes fed and the naked clothed at Such oilier instruobmt will be employed
of pay uwhl.be deemed a far the promotion -
n nerves. office, 25ct a hundred. : maiy .5:
,e blackberries; peaches, pears, grapes least se\'eraltimes. and then plentyleft r .and progress of tie school.! ".
nq'f: bcessed- up all arrearages on subscription Every department inour store is and oranges, all in abundance. for the next time. .
Teeth full to with .The W.o *n,Pratee Jft. U. II-
l tuulY. I new goodsat Mr. R. SI. Alvarez 1% on the corner '.
,. < pccessfully' and one year in advance: from date, than Messrs. Henry Wilkins and Paul The autl'erlngof.m certaIn1jawast.sytipathyofevery .
treated.WVOT pl'lCCllower ever. ,
Behind '
| i in the brick building. .
I big true phiUnthrvpist. Their f .
'i TEETH adjusted in nn artistic and to any new subscriber who will Truby, Sternburg & Co. \on Marschurtz have been prospect. his counter can be found Mr. Dennie ., best fMrad hOlRytlr..1s B.B.B. (Botanic Blood }. -,' t,t
and serviceable around Starke
.: manner. The celebrated '1'. II. B. cigar at ing lately, and arc Davis, who is a great help to any r Ralm), *rd to Blood Blm Co.. A.Ua ta.Oa.. '::o',"
.j pay one year in advance. This is a much pleased with our soil and clim i Mr. did : for proofs. ,
: Truby, Sternburg & Co. ,establishment. not ;J -
WM. M. ate. Both of these gentlemen own : H.L.C.stldy.KCOIMUV. Ga, DEH/RT A word to the wise is to New York, but that does notsay .
', grand opportunity obtain first enough- go DL.
." a farms in Citrus county Mr.: bottle of B.B. B.cured my wlted..ofuJa "
; yet '' ,
.that he has not the goods. His ',,,,
buy goods at
your o J(rt- R.M:Laws.Zlab4. writae: Uara
.4'. PENT1ST r SPRUCE ST., STARKE. I class fajm journal free. The 'l'rubySternburg & Co. forth Wilkins has bought and is hence- shelves are fun and they make a fine ,. !2.c.' never uataaytniajr equal B. B. B. --;'.
going to live on the Dic man
1bo Prices are cheap here and I Mm.C.H.Gay ockj ouac. N.C>wrHe :
All display.
M most approved styles of PLATE TFhec want anything in the :3t .
\ Hince \vQIw. JnolufiinjT PURE PARA GU I." FARMER is a large 16- place, .1. miles west of Starke, where the customers are givj-n the ben*fit S Not stay for tf y ara waa I tree from haadach*. f-
Hardware lin> to .
) r ken and cracked PLATES mended go he will raise strawberries.: 111yon -,., }. B... .A entirely. ntiMietl me. .ItetlUk*another '
-" .Rjronl: jand: ,smooth as when ,first made I page journal, of natural circulation, 11 Truby, Sternburg & Co. Marschurtz returns to Citru of the expense saved from Goods a journeyto ) r, 1 i peraoa.Jamts. ;,.- :Q
northern market are
Furniture" at reduced at he will wind his business and a ,. W. LaMwter. TTswtlngrlDe,Ctoortia:
Teeth Extracted without Pain which ranks the : up f
: or leading Before th!' season "- f
among agricultural arriving day. bad health for Fir .
"" every My wife was ia eight ''''* *
'I I Danger. Truby, Stern burg & Co. then move to Bradford, find that this -: <
is over you will! doctor aad J/ffIIMIfY jpatenl medicine had doaaheraoxood. {
.' erllls CASH. papers. It treats the A full and complete stock of garden Mr. J. C. WilN, our popular druggist firm is no slow jcoach. Sx: bottlo or B.B.B.cured bar.MJ .

-- seeds from the most reliable .8.:ToraUanon, Atlanta. G*.. _)I: For -2
question of in has just completed a piece offurnitur Mr. L. Witkovski has not yet returned 0. <
.ORANGE. COLLEGEIs economy agriculture seed housp in the United! States: at .; years Buffered with rheumatism caused" byMdaeytroHbftaBdlrdige ..
I ** that he styles "The inul- from his northern trip, nor hI ..,
I "tI a. alao vaa feeble '
located at and the rights and of that J. G. Alvarez. arrive I.
hort privileges turn in parvo Combination Chair. have his goods yet began to ; sad nerronn. r.B. B. rdSevad! IDIIt atonc .
Strawberry growers will please It is built on 'he tubular principle but judging from what he usually 5-' ;. althouxh several other dltftac8 had failed.Rer. .
I and vast of f .1.J(. ,
body citizens-American Rickardaoo.Clarkatoo. Art writesMy :
turnrtdj Begins. a nine months1 session on Sept. 2d, 1839. take notice that several car loads of from a flour barrel; can be used as buys we can !.ately say that his line : wife suffered twelve years with rhemmatliim

\ t? ..SCIENTIFIC.. I MUSICAL with MATHEMATICAL Farmers-whose industry is the Wando fertilizers are kept constantly a chair, step ladder, washstand, cup will be complete. Bennie. is making J (and'b1lJ'd1bad female complaint.cured by A B..B.lady B.lIIeraber..tmT She pemiuy -

I AND PRACTICAL COURSE OF I on haad by J. G. AlvanzXew board, bathing tub, and when turn- great preparations for a big stock. J ed m wife,to try It, who now aayathHe la aothingitke.B. '

Thtiox I PER" MONTH INSTRUCTION.:-Primary.; $150. IntermedIa.e. basis of all material: and national I r fall goods arming daily: at ed up-side down, as an umbrella.It Mr.Vitk'ski' goods may be the 1L iI.a: .1 B..IL.aaiiquicktjgave I her reUef.

.S2.O.() Higher. $3X50. Instrumental Music Its Truby, Sternburg fc:; Co. may be used as a churn, and withtrunr.Lons last to arrive, but "by no means will I Hen who-KIM 2'......
prosperity. i if
$100. Use of Instrument. 81.00.
S FREE TERM purpose SHOES:: are always sold cheap at attached) it make* a good it be the least.J. i ;; The men who towns arc those who

9*.five 1 ;,Months to County Pupils.- Begins Oct.1gt. the elevation and ennobling of Agriculture Truby, Sternburg & Co. ipedo gun or ducking stool. If J. \ Hodges, on the corner, is I :: oppose .improvements; thoae who no it ; ,

.;8 :J: 4 i Stood Board at$3.00 per week. IXDISPENSJBUTFCTR :STRAWBERRY : the seat is taken out is makes a tem another enterprising merchant, although ,; '{ down'to stningsra; tboe.whiodoii'tidvcic:

.......,...'\ ,"S,0{ ,. The Principal Farm Produce will take and as Stock pay, for and school will giveVery expanses !. through the higher and GROWERS: Planet Jr. I porary safe deposit for a baby. It he did not go to New York. ,C. the; those who 11btl"lst Us pmblie .men;

;.'i low rates for all' Cash in advance. broader education of men and women implements, at i is self-registering and warranted to Wesley says that he has but little ii i1 r.i !i.hoee who show no hospitality to anjuot; '. ..
O. P. YOUNG, teacher
FACULTT:- Principal I
'T. *' stand in climate. and consequently adds but i those who bate to dee: others make money; '
Jn the Higher Department. Miss ELt.tN DAVIS i' Truby. Sternburg & Co. any expense ;
; teacher in the Intermediate Department. Mrs. I engaged in, its pursuits. The little to the original cost of his mer :I.a tfcoee who.oppose every movement mbicL. ,4
Small ham J. Alvarez. .
G. "I
; JJ 1. TILOHMAN teacher in the Primary Depart- i }pig at "Young Farmer"writes: have ', t,
chandise. knows that does not originate with UieaMeive t1&oawhoputon
in mt and in Music. AU teachers are Oraduate.i. Everybody 2 ; ;
.. regular subscription price of the Car load: of corn and, oats just :arrived bought a flock of gooses and given and _'
goods are cheap at Hodges', everybody J longfuct-3 jwiwn A rtmogtr :

3r.ry. i. A Few Goods Left AMERICAN FARMER is $ I I at J. G. Alvarez. them good quarters, but, no matter knows that he always buys :Si speak of localiug; tltoov who oppose every \
I.QO per We business house to how high I make the door to their ::r '
defy any Ins so that theyare that does .
goods guaranteed, public enterprise n t app r of -
house think it is low and : ..
;;r A. Remnant of my larpeStocKof FUr.N yea I'. }T COSTS YOU NOTHING. \ show a better stock of goods and they too just as represented. !f you don't 15s personal heneflt.to,themselves.! -MctropJL .. ...

1':. ; :TURE can be found at U. D. Miner's offer them at as low prices as we do. keep on bowing their heads as they believe that this store holds a tull :s: ..0U. ?
From one number ideas can be Sternburg & Co. enter it. I want them to feel comfortable ... ;;-i
any Trnby/ look in and be ::::
,. '. ; ::! ,,Jry Store, nest: door to my oldjiUnd I Stoves low .1. G. Alvaivz.GFNTLEMEN and look for your advice in Mock of goods, just JI:>> :* KpeakM. ,

If which will Ije sold cheap to clo!'e worth thrice the subscription piice very at the matter." You ascribe the circumstance convinced.J. No man lathe Sounth was more generally ."'"..,j. .)

pit I 11m determined to close, out the l : -IWTlmy' your to Your G. Alvarez spent three weeks or more favorably known and bomuiia --:,

J p lance_ ofthis Stock at any price. Don'tf to you or members of your house clothing, hats, shoes or furnishing down a wrong cau e. thatno in New York selecting his large ., opinion was more highly reverenced 5"''
; to
geese stoop simply see then that of the Jute ; :,
ais until stock and stock and he careful not a ex-Governor
< rget to call and< see if there is anything" goods you see our was very
$ hold Call broken bottles or tacks on o i of South Carolina. For _
YET YOU GET IT FREE. carpet his Perry, some lime '
1 want.. prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co. to omit anything needed by cus x
u the floor will hint their feet. Provide i previous to his death. Governor Perry :
S C. W. ISLANKEN1SURG, and KPC sample copy, Will be opened) in a few days- them with slippers to put on tomers. In addition to the large was! a sufferer from indigestion. lie toot '

The largest and best! selected stockof when tileQnter the and block of groceries, dry goods, boots CalUnya Tonic and wrote the following .
STARKE, vr4.\ uty, keepa I
b goods ever brought to this mark. : lamp )la. inside, and shoes usually carried by him, he .. letter: SANS Soccr.Gentlemen .

TTEN"TIO t-t'at, J. G. Alvarez.In has purchased a stock of furniture, -; t most
cordially recommend
We hear that Mr. will the A farmer while cow hunting near stoves and hardware. lIe also has a *
regret to Geo. about a week WI' open I your Calisaj a Tonic For several
Strawberry Growers.The Daisden is vcrsick.. largest stock of full: and<< inlet dry S.tmso'1 )lake, saw a big flock of buzzards full stock of fl'rlilizers.11': Alvarezis :* : years past 1 have been troubled with indigestion

offered in this community among winch, judging from assisted by a corps of attentive, f.;..:.; I and dyspepsia. My son.Doctor
goods ever
\ :
Celebrated Ileiberger & Richard next II. Perry of Philadelphia.. who
the birds' strange behavior, something pleasant and faithful employees from rer
ILOOX&OIBES Proprietor? ot only grocrry store iu at prices' that Sleriilmrg defy competition.fe Co. ot interest must be going on. the hook.k 'l'pcr down. Any one Ct knows ,the ,ingredients which (ompoae 'f j4
Truby, < :; c.. your Tonic spoke favorsiJy of It. la
Truck farmers'Speciaf Guano the city. STRAWBERRY GRO\\ EIS- The buzzards:: were gathered tround who patronizes this house is alwayssure .-..... coarse of two months I'M t I have uied

In difference to former years, nobody ATTENTION Just received one a largo dead alligator, and one of to be well least'tl. There is We r: !, four bottles and nm entirely relieTed.

I the only gepn'ine and reliable here now talks of !selling out them had got his foot fastened in nothing lacking in this large stock Yours truly
load each of dark and 2OJ
car B. F. IEKBT.OalJsaya .
STRAWBERRY FERTILIZER the carcass in some and was unable those who patronizeMr. .
and going elsewhere.: Everybody way good, so -
the ;'otlon- (,'<'d meal, Wileox & niLbs'Truck I ... Tonic is swld by
n market.Orders is satisfied that this is the ]place in Fanners' Wilcox & to free himself. Finally! his Alvarez need not go elsewhereto : lihrers& Joiner.
filled direct from the Factory, I I I Special, comrades bit the captive's foot off their purchases.Rivers o UPPMAN BROS. Wholesale "
which, to grow healthy, wealthy and (;ililis' excellent Georgia Standard complete I Agents,
r growers puppliell.y longlived.Land which caused its owner to screamiteOUSly & Joiner, as everybody ;;. Suvaunah, Ga. ,
and Armour's Pulverized Bone all ..
TRUBY : : .,.
) but released! him. Upon knows have branched off from the Our IVtiJBber $Shipment
TARKE FI A., at manufacturers! of which will be sold at manufaclui- .
have -
rl'A, added] buyers begun to at- examination the farmer found that drug line-which by the way is i I _". .0' I.,ast month's shipments of lumber from "
: freight .
rive and before while crs' prices, freight 1' '
The WILCOX & OJUBS Gnnjio Co.' a long many the stomach of the careai containeda never neglected-into a fullfledged > Fernandisa! do not give a correct Idea'M "

14S Bay Street, :-
''i2 A.,. Our unrivalled facilities for raisingand Stoves and piping at been swallowed while the saurian of hats shoes .. .I Some weeks noted '
,\ : full line dry goods. port. ago we the fact
; strawberries and Irish .1. G. Alvarez.
. j ., shipping was; alive. A hole just! big enough gents' furnishing goods and notions. Cwr 1f", that there was ten million feet or lumber ..>

.. Near City of Starke, Bradford County potatoes, and oqr county's cast iron Sewing machines cleaned and re- for the turtle's head had been mal)(} Mr. T. W. Sweat, well known to .:: ,.. 1 at our docks awaiting shipment but vessels .- :

lorida, reputation for )hpalth arc bound to paired. Apply to J. B. Davis, at in the hide the birds be ,
lJJ'f S 'gators by by Starke and Uradford county, can ;'' were not here to trau porl it. During '

I e2. A GOOD ORANGE GROVE, tell., I I store of R. M. Alvarez.A which the turtle had been able to found here ready and willing to the last twu years our shipments have

F 260 TREES ft number of PEACH On the way : few more '.s-of tine clothingat capture its unsuspecting victim. Although serve old friends and new. Every- ':.>' amounted to over 18i.000.OUO feet(an average

to, Iot I .A REES. GRAPE VINES. PLUM and another car load of the popular I half price_at J. G. AUarez. crushed out of all shape by thing in this! stock is new, fresh from of nearly 8,000,000 feet of retawa

E.\R TREES, and other Fruits; a good "SWEET : FLOUR." \'anda kainit is the 'gator's teeth the turtle had lost best markets and offered at rock g
louse and other buildings all in good I HOME Our stock of \ and the :;. lumber per: month). valued at $36,200,000. .

I pair. The land is well cultivated; the I This flour has given pcifet-t satisfac- full, awaiting orders from strawberry nothing. of the pugnacity peculiar bottom prices. c I I Can ILl:) other South Aitantic port show

rove is l lately fet to strawberries. On) I tion and the sales of it have exceeded growers. J. G. Alvarez. to its kind. Truby, Sternburg & Co. have the c: as good a rec",rd!-Fernaadina M rroc.

ccount of other business! will sell Lock this our greatest expectations. Try A fine stock of candies and crackers Law tey. largest stock ever brought to Starke. .; .

roperty. For particulars address barrel. & Richard. have not omitted a single article Cholera Iu .IehIan.
a Ileiberger at. Walter Wills. Your respondent paid a visit a few They ;;I
tax: 29.augietf.
ga.Lflci .:::: Dr. F. D. Lnrke of Rogers City, Mich.,
the Bradford CI1DtFruit for matter what- want
Starke, Florida. We have about 100 different Banana apples lemons days ago to no you of last in
stylesof Pineapples the
} says epidemic year Presque
... _.- I Company. of which Dr. J. D Smith is ask for it, and it will be forthcom a
overshirts which we are offeringvery grapes!', etc., just received at I rebidcni director. This compa'y is composed the numberless hIe cotta y, in which no many person
FOR SALE. I & '\'alter'illo.. I ing. To enumerate DJc csi their lives was choli-ric dysentery instead -
low. Truby, Sternburg Co. i of residents of Albany, N. Y. The r
( orchard ia situated about three-quarters of artic'es kept for sale l bythisfiitn, rG of cholera as first reported., Balaed -

; ,FIVE 4CRES OF LAND m CITYJ1IITS. ; What shall we do with our boys? A fine stock of cabbage, apples, a mile north of town on the railroad, and would simply be to name over every ., 'Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and

r:; lindei good cultivation, well Send them to Starke to get educatedin onions, potatoes, etc.Walter, at ,yilt has a good drainage to the north and alsoto I thing you can j.ohsibl; think of, and !iQII Jiarrhcert where all other Remedy.remedies and says failed.it succeeded Not a

cnced, withWANGE our exce?lent schools, then buy the west. The Dr has wisely determined then you are not half through the O ingle case was lost in wiycb it was axed.
slow and
to at; first. has planted
1 ) PEAR, CHERRY; them each a five-acie lot of land and A full line of ladies' dress and only ahout go five acres of new land totrnwberries. list. They have their store divided -c:".' ThIS[ remedy is the most reliable and moat .

a few thousand strawberry plants. fancy goods at R. M.\ Alvarez. making. with the old land into apartments; dry'good olothingj ; ':-"'''. succeefcful remedy known for colic cholera '
I ;, diarrhoea and
PLUM and APPLE Trees, They can then take care of them- about eight acres There are besides some and kindred<< goods are crowded on' morbus. dysentery .
'' flux. 25 and 50 cent bottle for
n good c growing condition. Well of good selves and you may lie down and :For corned beef in bulk, extra hundreds of orange, pear and Kaki (Japan one side and hardware and groceries '!'-1': sale bloody by Rivers &Joiner. aug9tf

ater and, a STRAWBERRY P A TCIl. die if you wish to. Or if you havea fine .mackerel and genuine cream persimmon) trees; the Kakis already in occupy the other half of their store, >t' .
yellowish-red fruit g
the large,
hearing '
Call on. or address dread of dying and want to live cheese go to R. M. Alvarez. showing up beautiful through the gossy! while the warehouse and the upper There was a terrible epidemic 'of tuy-

until next centennial then come Everything new and nice at il iage. story are piled full of goods just in frP sentery Illinois,and last bloody summer.flux As in many Pope county as five <

S. W. A. DANIELS, along with the boys.In J. G. Alvarez. In the five acres of new land the straw- from the northern markets. Mr. E. I deaths occurred in one day. Messrs. -.
Starke Bradford Co.. Florida berries have been recently set; the stand of this firm is in New York .
S ? -- Strong, 3B Walter Bros.. of tt'altersburg: sold t I Jultf l a few days onr stock will be I The handsomest line of ginghamsat is about 95, the could condition about 90. whichis buying, and in order to make room 38U bottle)* of Cbambt=rlaln's Colic Cholera -
good as he expected after the *
: complete in department and lUll I DinrrLce.i Remedy during this .. .
every J. G. Alvarez. a
heavy rains of late. In the old part, as for what is coming they are selling
Tate Powell M. D. epidemic aud they never heard of its
goods be offered lower than any
fur us planted the stand is about 9f. and possible here. There
as rapidly as (.) iu when the ditections
falling ease
ever. Truby, Sternburg & Co. Beyond the peradventure of a the condition will 105. Ahout
average merchants in the '- followed. It medicine 5-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, are plenty more : were wiut the only
doubt can find the prettiest line two-thirds of of set in
you an acre plants Julyare
city but none earning the same )line 'Q. used that did cure the worst caiws. Many
V STARKE FLORIDA. Wars and rumors of war do not of prints ever seen in this city at without exception the finest we have "" persons were cured"'ty it after the doeturs
Another article
effect the wonderful of Cant seen this aeasonthe condition is fully 115. of goods entirely. '
cures J. G. Alvarez., 2a. had given them up. 25 and 50 cent bottles .
Strawberry Plants For Sale. er's magic chicken cholera cure. No :Mr. J.' O.. Weatherwax has returned will be devoted to them later on. for sale *>y Rivers & Joiner. .

1 ; rooted cure no pay. Sold by Rivers\ and Irish potatoes onions and cabbage'by from Ohio to oversee his strawberry plan- Mrs. Bowden of St. Johns county. has 3: 4t Auyfltf_.

One-qnaner \Million well Joiner. the train load at J G Alvarez. tation. been visiting wilh he' daughter Sirs.\ I .D.
lanls of NEWNAN IMPROVED.W. Mis. EG. Uill Iccves: for Maine: Thursday D. Alvarez '
The old and reliable house for : and her return will home ... CLOSING OUT !
, TODD, Master G. A. Powell that on bring Mr. Hud Jones has left for Kansas City, ,
FI.A. reports sweet butter and cheese hag "J G her daughter. Miss {{aU('. He will "
r' aU016, LMVTEY, the strawberry plantations in Thomas Mo., tor A short hut sweet trip.
Alvarez" stamped on the front. Your correspondent acknowledges the b3 hack in short time, not nlone. how-
For Sale. \" l1e look well He says that the receipt from J. Crawshaw\ Esq. of a ever, but a :Mrs. Jones will accompany My entire Stock of
heavy rain Wednesday last week New stock of shoes at basket of very f fine figs oE the WUi'e! Adriatic him. f fi .

> 500,000 Plants'Xewnan Seedling S t raw- raised the Alligator higher than at J G Alvarez. variety. Next week Mr. N. J. Jones' column Summer Goo.a'f.if.

erry for sale. Strong any previous tim9 tbis year. In Ins Tl"e "Common Sense" Sewiajj Bee will advertisement will appear. Watch for it. '"";", ,

?.,.'- lants I of, will be ready about the rnidlc : opinion the :Miner canal needs a Gents' and boys' fine hats cheap at meet to-day at the residence of Mr. W. B. Prof. 'lemons is holding nn evening I I preparatory to taking inventory '.

hr July. Apply to good cleaning out, and also to be J G Alvarez. Smith. writing school in the Starke Institute. A r
G. \V. Jenninffs, Master Evan Shipmnn has relumed great many II f our young people are inking : and putting in a Fall Stock .1
dc-epeaed by a foot. The shoals sale "
L.\'''TEY, FLOKIDl 30 City Lots i for cheap from Gainesville to officiate awhile behind advr.nfnge hereof and improving their ; I

.Jul l F. 1{." 3Iorsan, 5T&flhiE.. fl.... make navigation difficult and dan- Centrally located. Apply. to N. J. )his father's counter.Mr. chirography. :' During the next Thirty Days :'1
gerous. lIe says a scheme is on footto Jones, Starke, Fla.: and Mrs: :Seely have tokea rooms Gardiner; & Pace's new handbook on : a' ""

RIVERS: &-- -JOINER- erect a light house at tho confLucnvo Having accepted} :t position in thf in the Burriu House. Starke is a daisy. It will help Starke im- ; I will offer my entire Stock, of :\

cf said: canal: and the Alli, ator. Dry Goods department with )le8r8.1: Capt. Burrin has caught the "prevailing! me-Isely. I SummerGoodsCHEAPERtfsanBEFORE. .1\

-DEALERS INS -. $ Rivers & Joiner thanking friends fever" at List. Out flf thousands of Mr. L. G. Cone and family, of Plant ,, .

hoes' "I how say, Mrs. Douglas:, can you tell and old customers!' for all favors in I acres he will plant] part of one in sttaw- City are visiting in the city. Anyone wis1 lltJ ,
me to get up some new dishesto berries. Hampton has new its final railroad sur '
please! ? ThE'have the past: I hope to have: a continuation of boom are 'B P1"=- BARGAINS.3 .5
:Sats: my family The fclmol children have formed vcy. Great anticipations a
a glown tired of hominy and pork four of the same in my new p05'iuon.1 "Junior League." with bi.dges nod ribbons a entertained all along this new line.. can rtainly satisfy himself '

Qlo"thing times a da). Respectfully, I I for the performance af divers and Now that the fall season" hi upon 1t8. we ..
-and- '.Why, I am. surprised that you T. \V., S-WKAT.I sundry things as rending speaking! etc. would ht glad! if all onr correspondents: during our extra special sales ", I

have assortment of week wear Re7. J. G. Bonnell is prvsMfut; Miss will again write up- their sections. \Ve wheth -
Gents not heard the news. Go to the Largest i days. Come and see us, I
Furnishing Goods. Amelia Mcullt'icl'l'rt's( lcnl: Halhe want short crisp.letters from every crossroads
4 TELEGRAPH office, pay one year'ssubscription in the tate at'l'ruby Smith secretary" iu the county. as well as from every er want to buy a bill of "i" I
PRY GOODS & NOTIONS. in advance, and the Ed- Steruburg & Co. S. P.I -. town or city. Don't wait for someone ,. you ,:::

r itor will give you! the American We e ppct soon a supply} of Bermuda else but go ahead yourself. Never mind j jI goods or not. We will offer .. : "..

Having jUst received n large: stork of Farmer one year freo. In it you can I onion seed. We purchase!' I The Georgia Southern aId 1'1'Jrillrtlil! -I if someone *;!18{> dots wiile. we want jnnrIctttr. : jI BARGAIN in somethingJ ; .
0\11it a ,
le ttboc R00d8t we are prepared to supply not only' learn how to make new these seed direct from the Bermuda road hands have: begun work to lay iron I supply too.you with paper our to cfflce.write and we will '.-. !you__ i
four upon.
wants. Give us a call and inpet dishes, but you get many instructions islands. Full supply of Kurt's garden through Reid's swamp to the nver at

our goods before buying d! cwhere.RIVERS from the Ladies' Departmentof seeds on hand. These seeds are Ptolntka. The dock is now 1,850() feet:: out I I. Rivers & Joiner have new lumps hung I S. J J. G ALVAREZ. .
It I in their More. Tw lamps now light tho
& JOINER, great value I could not do fresh grown this jear.Ileiljfrger. into the river, and the bulkhead is locatedin I entire buiMing hotter than a dozen., dId. ,
,ug23 STARKE, FLA. without the American Farmer ,," &Richard. y
I. : no. fourteen fut elf \f tt'ral low tide. hefore.

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./ rndf 'rt1Ql; ',lt .appr Dame described by Its discoverer I daughter .of MarkSweeney ;
untyl tapb was Humphrey Caloner. he cntnue after a moment's pause. what water I aprucg of Johanna Wisn born In :,
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was very fond. Upon "W&-. But no! i not fair to a Limerick we living, '

:' :." ... pubushed Every Friday. entering the dining-room Mr. Ashton give up the name; I was audi an uncommon you think ot a red-headed woman. delightfuL I gives dIstinct to an C Ielnd I her children W.or J.
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Ir found himself In the midst of a very one too." Waohlngton Critic.He vision of object twenty or thirty of kin are watd A..

; RTARKR a .1| FLORIDA. lively party, that numbered among its Oh, the look of relief that came into -"What are the wild waves fet of the eye's loss extended sight COVIL,Webster Cty,S.Iow -.

members two pretty Americans, two those light-green e'es If Horace had saying She-"Oh, they are prba water being because an entirely codling mot does not lay its ens

v J- THE, WIFE'S LOVER., wealthy young guardsmen whom doubted for one moment the truth of bly making some current rmar k"- different focus is required. Te t T and the spraying size I DOCTORS'BILLS .
1r the Americans were laying siegetheFowler his suspicions he was quite sure that Philadelphia Press. spectacle which provides this ca should not be done till the fruit i .
hare a low, L 'Tii long indeed of ::
.. .1. Since from my hUlband'allps tweet praise family and Captain Challoner, they were correct "Dlrteen of my friends were made by putting two watch glasses of sma p a S.

came, | whose account of the family Mr. Ash- "It could not have been a more uncommon drWDe by de upsetting of de pote; 1 three-quarters of a Inch In diameter You hardly realize that it Is medicine,

; Since all my paint Iiave earned- one smallthank'a ton soon pronounced to b correct. name than my wife's," said was only one saved" said a Dutch- and a Inch radius back t back, or when taking arter's Little Liver all Pull;ublet they .
meed : small bad effects; -BY CSIHG- .
Or one poor fault of mine gone free frov Mr Fowler was a distinctly pretty Captain Fowler, proudly, as i! his man. "And how did you. escape? with the concavities outward. are from very torpid liver; are relieved by their use. :

o. blame: i woman but not a pleasing one. Her wife's uncommon Christian name reflected asked an anxious hearer. '! did not .. a- S Dr. Morse's Indian Root

!. Bat then my lover! All I do No plan, no need but make him new surprise pr.emeDt -JR de Dine is a New Yorker Still
manner suggested almost morbid hold. "I should think dear that Mrs. .-"John, there's a long
: I an you Fiffff- In 1609, after traversing the Hudson to the tune of ten real golden millions other They are the Remedy

That I should be so skllletl so kind..HO wUe; vanity. She had a little air of making were the only Blenda in ail England." red hair on your shoulder; and your River from its mouth to Albany, and carefully own, and now, one may say, the

Whether I work or sport or sit at rest, a speech every time she opened her "Very possibly," said Horace, dryly. sleeve Is ripped, too." Mr. Figg- noting the grandeur and beauty on of DUke'st the bounteous hand of natnr
That side of this magnificent highway
way am dearest, he
proud of me- always
thin lips. Miss Fowler The Mr. Ashton who "Yes. I the hair on there m either these PA1 in the Side nearly
Only that sometimes be will take a spit simply following day put 'sel nature Hendrick Hudson wrote disordered liver and is has provided for all dIieue

-, .: At some light task he deems for me not lovely, and far too charming to be received at home throughoutthe so you'd notice the ripped place.- a Carter's Little Liver Don't :

llKht, '' married for her money. Captain Fow- morning patent, was honored by a visit Boston Transcript "It Is a beauUtulalae as one can tread nave upn Pl.. arising from IMPURE BLOOD. j
And gently tyrannous, have me Jet it be. Two bundredand eighty years Rhinelander lC sve
Well he forgets; we have been wed so long ler was palpably under his wife's from Mrs. Fowler. She had hurt her -Editorial Courtesy-Mrs. Quiilpen volously increased the beauty of the grea THB. two between elderly them Misses,and bid fair to leave I area I.sure enr ftp i iHI

But In my heart I have him who but bet thumb-a chinless being whose fluid wrist in that lUe encounter with the -"Vearest have you replied to the in- turn river called to the by scenes his name of, his and manhood could he $It to collateral, heir with wonderfully MORSE'S PILLS NE88.JOOsit HEAB.JX.IVES

: My Voter in whose eyes I dd! no wrong. character evidently took the candle and had deemed it. accumulations- *
impressof wiser to vatiln Mrs. Bloodgood's reception would Ana many more lovely sights .i- GESTION COMPJLAUiT.. 'aWfc

,!g 1 am-not lonely quite though day by day the strongest hand that grasped it consult a surgeon. Alter giving thecae ?" Mr. Quiilpen-"No; she didn't than those upnvhio his eyes seventeenth rested IT positively hurtful to use ointment for YX1'RLA..Etc..Ze.. i''

Evening by evening. I am thus alone, "A hopeless case," thought his careful consideration Horace Burlington Free in the the Soap.
My lover Hora Inclose a stamp.1- The natural beauties of the skin seases. Use Glenn's Sulphur
Who talked never with has me quite-ah.gone In bow away dear a tone, after the first few minutes' hastened to assure his fair patient that Press. Hudson century. are much the same, and no Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 5 cents. For Sale by All Dealbrs.W. ..

Who looked at me whene'er spoke or I. his hostess. "This woman is an arrant there was nothing amiss; she bad only you keepall description can exaggerate them; but thenumiiificout ,'"
-Youjjg New its principal *
Journalst-"Do steamers that ply between Cms-so named from tnec
And However when light looked.'twas, I spoke softly fell : not a word snob, and the bare idea of becoming been frightened, not hurt sorts of pens? -"Yes; York and Albany,the innumerable sailing (king)-was one of the earliest inventtOnof H. COMSTOCK, ;
mother-in-law to viscount baa turned "That craft that dot the surface of the mighty the Hindoos, being devised by m Brahmin.A -
Even he'd speak for sake or my reply. a was a very interesting storyyou which do you prefer? Young Journalist -- .- BROCKVILLE. ONT. HOHRISTOWN.lt ;
of _
..... : Ah. i remember though to him'tis nought. her weak brain; she won't give in." were telling us last night Mr. Ash -"I've been advised to use a r boats river, that the never-ending are being clusters and K:your druggist for 'TansiU's Punch."

.s < How in the earlier years he could' not find. Presently the conversation which ton said Mrs. Fowler of towe up dow.the S DANIEL :
i-. With a \ nervous trenchant pen. I'd like a small box beautiful villas COTTON DINS !
me not near, a pleasure to his mind IT will to shako off a proportion
turn the monuments, pay lrg
jL? How hurrying home from room to room he was somewhat general, turned upon tone as she was leaving the room. them, and you may put in some caustics every heroic deeds,that we find here of the fruit from trees that overloaded PRATT
perpetuating .
? L sought < defective postal arrangements. One of .Hn va you kept that wonderful letter?" too."-Cincinnati Commercial-Ga and:there the banks of this noblest Ran' at..Y A revolutions:ni 'X'U per I'X'?} .;

For vie me sole. me he could never spare. the American ladies had lately posted, "I have. I thought I had destroyedit river of ang add an endless variety choke or:t3 roiL )Feeder minute .'I.I
Me whom he needed for bis cntnent M phln"rr. Gin
1 every thought zete complete nullS of repM*
:' with her own fair hands letter to but I to the a resistless char Do You '
Whom his heart needed as his life the fair. a a came across it the other day -When a total abstinence man who to the of the traveler. ers.etc. ECLIPEI1L'LLEI&G1N1.tOPSSIJr5
eye c aDd horizontal condensers are inralaabla t*.
_; A star may long have its beam friend in ltgent's park that had never in turning out the contents of an old never drank in his life, recovers from The Now York Central and Hudson River Hare that extreme tired feeling, languor wfehoflt bottom planters. If you are thinking of puulngip
Reaching perished. yet reached its destination. "Think how dispatch But I mean to burn it" makes Railroad runs along the bank of the Hudson appetite or arenltb.lmpalre dletlon.andft general a Gin write nsforclrc-ilsr.! and.J.we M.will SMITH tell,you HI. .
our world shine and exist to us: I box tho effects of a sunstroke, i des rlbelHo's about it. PRATT GIN CO. Proa,
_ river the entire distance between New York
'4 or happiness, however spent it seem, many an important communication "When : feeling D!* to 104 Poplar Street M1 PHlS TSSS.S3r.taJiI .
1 Exists him blazing mad to see so many beer and Albany, and is the great Trunk Line Sarsaparllla is a wonderful medicine for TUlfl lAI..
to me, sending its brightness thus. may have been lost," said Captain "Oh, before long. I can not do it and standing aroundin that connects the metropolis of the Western creatLI a appetite promoting digestion ant ton. ,
: 'Twill last, I think, whisky puzzlers .
for all my lifetime yet whole system giving strength
:Fowler speaking with all the assertive now for the letter at the of the world with the famous health and pleasure I up tUyl. IMPORT-EM CHINA CLASS
And keep me from the i[darkness I might i top the sun, unconcerned and unharmed. of Central, Northern and Western ty in place of weakness and debility. B sJe I
know. temerity of the weak. "If a letter is house and I have at least half a dozen Sittings. resort including in its list the Catskill jet Ilood's. AND Q':7 .

: If in this world there were no long nto, rightly addressed and posted it is delivered. But -Texa Mountains, Saratoga Lake George, Sharon I take Ilood's Sarsaparilla eTelyear.s. .nl- .
1 patients waiting to see me. you with satisfactory \ .1
I' a heard el- "
being his I -Miss Gusher "I have just most reo r
wife could like him forget. ( '
and Richfield Springs Lake Oo'ario. the flrabl '
h Sarsaparilla to all wbo have tbat ml \r e' S
; much interested in the -
4. I might be wearier (life's a drowsy round), are so story from our mutual friend, Miss Jori- Berkshire Hills, Niagara Falls, theThousand tired feeling." C..I'ARMSUCB. 319 Bridge street. J 2.
I might be lonelier, might shed foolish tears "Not al ways" interpolated Horace."I 118 Fowler, I'll tell you what I'll do; She has married the Duke of Islands, Lake Champlain,the River St. Brooklyn.N.Y.Hood's. '

But for the love the lover of tar years, I could a curious story-" I'll burn the letter in your presenceI'll banks Lawrence, and hundreds of others. -lMHS.- 5
1i But that some trifling thing, a soent, a sound tel d'Bellcorde." Miss CrusherFortunate Tho New York Central is a part of thereat Sarsaparilla your oder to JABS*
:; "Oh, do. interrupted a chorus of bring it to Davios street 1a
Aglfthegavemethenabookweread, I up girl! Did they take weddingtour national highway across the continent PACKAGES OFTNWARg9flS %
i.- Brings all that was anew, and I have found female voices. "Yes, yes! But when very impa ?" Miss Gusher "The l Duke'semployer's and for the beauty of its scenery, the Sold by all druggists. II; six for 55. Prepared Only ASSORTED toY WUOLR3U.R TBSLD 1P't
44 Though ho forgets, the lover whom I wed. number and importance of the cities through Hal*.
"Ashton tells a story awfully well, tiently. by C. I. nOD & CO. Apothecaries Lowell Remedy for Catarrh to
him. He ,
could not spare which it passes, its almost total lack of U
'He will remember when it II good-bye. exclaimed Humphrey Cballoner. "Must I fix a date? Shall we say, drives horse-car on Tenth avenue.Drake's ." grades and curves, this great fourtrackrailway 100 Doses One Dollar I .aalst t Use and Cheapest.Also ,

.Ills band that tenderly will hold mine fast "Please tell us your story, Mr. i then, when I come up to pay my visit a is unsurpassed in Europe or America. .
Will be again my lover'a while I die A A
; MagazineMr.
And afterward when he recaUs the past Ashton," murmured Mrs. Fowler in a or congratulation? Your step-daugh '

,1., I know'twill be as though through all cur life patronizing tone. ter's engagement to my old friend Younghusband-"When you are five girls in one of the Humph

I had been what I used to be to him. is an incident, an episode, rather Humphrey Challoner is an open se and your wife have a falling out how T. of Fleming County"Xy., and Tutt's Pills good.iUy for Fever Cold,in io.the M ilead.Headache. cents.. I
l' As though our sunshlnoj j never had grown .I cret." do you adjust the difficulty?" Mr. their names are ,
rx. dim a story, said Horace. "A story, Tennessee.Florida and Virginia.
Fowler turned crimson with Oldtimer "We compromise. Mr. ARCUTCt73 per month and
:J. And I had 1\IM a.pn.
been his love
as as wife we are told, demands three thlpgs-a "Utni a PS,4 any urtfrre mm tttnaum tt
Always. He'll think 'twas always: he'll I a'middle anger. and for a moment made no Younghusband-"How do you effect TAT virtue which requires to be ever LIVER. V WBI. ad .J fliluy.
and TORPID .
beginning, an ending. FOR WANED'pfoiapU-Md Pall
gone, reply; then as Horace was opening the the compromise?" Oldtimer-"I learn j scarcely wort the sentinel, i UPON 1. W*.aua p
Forget I wearied him and My tale has only a beginning. And 1up.FEK
him Ill
pleased door she for second time her wishes and them.".Omaha A torpid lire derange*the wbofe 171. Oil anv e"
paused .
.1. Forget not the old love, but this a : grant oI n" H Lock Box 530$ Bostom I.DETECTIVES
S long chill. now to begin, and I must make i B.B.CoDTlnclng Proof.-B.B.B. tem,and produces I
S Heading, through tears, my name 'upon my "Mr. Ashton, don't judge me too In instances
for the hour many has been that
World.Mrs. proven
stone.He'll shor i lat i Sick Headache
harshly. I was at the time- B. B. B.
.. young Houlihan-"Teddy, have yez (Botanic'Blo Balm), made bv ,
; Nove'-nber
SL .. think he misses me a* though I had "One day some five -.rs. Blood Balm will .
\ only eighteen-and I was miserable Att Ga cure Costiveness Ieu-l ;
very blo
been got change tonoightnMr. Dyspepsia
I any yez in its ,
,. years ago, happened to come in poison even Yuitd 1."t Muai. ShmdntntoKtiaftrlutnctfaL
Some one he always needed, You don't know, perhaps the al
prized now stilL clost a dollar other treatment fails.
; upon
t ,. 'Twas once and he'll forget the while be- earlier than usu at about four p. t evil of an over-repressive systemof Houlhan-"Yi g..ess, Mary." Mrs. Houlihan A P. Branson, Atant Ga., writes': matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. OrannanOstectIve5ureauCO,44AfCadSCisCiafll&AGENTS
1- tween. feeling tired and
very desperately had24 running legand 6 on better remedy fovlheso
There la no
education. But, believe .
sleepy. I orderel tea to be broughtup I me "Well, kape it until tho McGoniglescome the other, and felt greatly prostrated. I common diseases than Tatt'st RIver WAN JO:118l.
I have b
,r not lost my lover; no, not lost; I thank Go every hour of round. Oi'll show those Rourkes lieve I atualy'swallowed a barrel of .s trial Kill prove frit",23c. Big profits. Big Bir
No more than lilies have been lost whose at once, but before I had finished cine, P. for terms or tend 25 cent OUT
4 root my second cup I fell fast asleep, with the day was saved from across the way that they ain't the only With little I finally to cure acted the on diseae.the : Sold TIME. MATIONAL C.ST.LmPATENTS..L'U.

Is in the earth while toe dead leaves are a and some letters that eloping with that-scamp. The mis- wans in the block who can rush the I ent advice hop friend and got a bottle ur EverhereJ :.

tossed newspaper my carriage of that letter saved me. I growler six times av an evenin'!"- B. I experienced a change, and my .
On chilly gusts and autumn is afoot: servant had just handed mo lying in despondency was somewhat dispelled. I
went to the terminus (at Ports-
Within the loot there live the bud and leaf lap and fox-terrier up Lie. using it had taken sixteen __ Dc
unopened, .
my ,
my kept untl IU1UI -
bttes i
And In one's mouth caught chill 'tMOU 211411& ,
heart of memory the flowers ) a severe dawdling all rheumatism i
Nell, dozing at I must have -Bessie-"You refused Mr. d" u ersl al .
Live on that abloom my feet ;
were in happy hours. about in the cold, and was in bed for horrors of blo poison have '
'I I love my lover I make little grief: slept, I suppose, for nearly an hour, weeks afterward. When I recoveredmy Temps? Why, any other girl would peared, and at lat am sound diap wel : EDUCATION S

: I have my lover, him who took my youth. when I suddenly woke with a violent jump at an offer from him!" Maud again, after a experience of twenty year .\ wWJWW1v -
.4 And kept it very huppy some years long; start that sent both and father was-gone. (just graduated)-"O, I know he's of torture." :. o. : x. .
Dut youth has waned; yet in my heart too newspaper "I do not judge you harshly, Mrs. Robt Ward, Maxey, Ga writes: "My TH .
- strong letters flying on to the hearth the handsome, but I never could disease was form of JES' '
rug marry
-' : Forldesireyouth's happiness' in sooth, former bursting its cover in the fall. Fowler, I do not judge you at all. I such an ignorant man. Why, I asked blood poison.pronounco fae, he tertal'shoulder C H al fSIORJENS : Millie,Ten.College fur Young life,"

Of being loved and praised, and that's tone is not place-and I need not were a mass of corruption, finally .. ILD' 18 the of this section. Begin 13M -
by. "When I had sufficiently recovered that 'mJ consider silence him a few questions about the dif- disease began eating my bones. My LESS with iu pupils, without grounds or boildioKsotiu

J Well I am merry at the true, true,truth: from the hock of this rude awakening may my a fereutatiou in protoplasmic molecular bones ached; my kidneys were derangeu: PAN LIFE own. I ow haa3 buildings Full,loo rooms.in 2U Literatim offices.**,
J- point of honor. But OpI4WTHERr1MOTHER pupils from li COurSe
Not lonely, II! I have lover, 11! 'ou'J pleadlumphrey's 1 lost flesh and strength, and life became a GfTO Statel..
a Vanderboilt I'nUvenity
to make any move I stooped down bivalves and do you know all ho said J tcIence,Ait,JI>i ic,prhleiwll
tt ', = -Augusta Webster, in Good Words. cause with your husband, burden. All said 1 must surely die, butneverthelesswhenl fully an ... and picked the letter that 'I "Lawrence addrtts Prwidtnr.B .
up was near- was: suppose so! I bad used ten bcttles )01 catalogue
THE SURGEON'S STORY. I est tp me, and which happened to belying won't you"? Ah! I know you will American.A of B. B. B. I was pronounced welL Hundreds .GKO.VT.F.fttKc..D."U.D.ulmJt.II, '
iood-bye of scars can now beseenonme. 1 "IFI .lA 111 P411J U

I seal uppermost, and without "So my story has an after learned physician says: "Noth. have now been well over twelve months.". ,BRAOF1ELD REGULATOR CaAAJTAn4 CHRISTIAN' BROTHERS'' COLLEGE
even glancing at the address tore ending 6Y ,
S %; It Cleared Up a Mystery and Made open all," thouht Horace as rang for lug is more irritating to a cough thanto a II M -

;, ::1.L ... S Two Hearts Happy. the envelope and proceeded to read its I his next patient to be shown in, "but cough. I you have a cough, yoi
admit""Was contents. They were startling, I must it might have had a very different one must abstain as much a possible from I Siberia navigable and connecting them by n $2, $3, o)5 '2,0 addition Culellatf,1teral t bnlldlne.and Preparatory.riclnailc Clr C-

; S if I had only glanced at the address ol coughing." That's so. And i you I canals. CAND.Y For Box. bTjExpr,!:" training PartieD and polished manner moral tor aol u<
"The woman has behaved so badly the letter from a lady or a gentleman of our 8trlcn V nte i
break leg, mustn't catalogue address fcuoTMSit
: that letter before breaking the seal your :you lmp. Save That Sweet Girl I CANDIES Mu&Y,1MEMPHII
.dri S eO shiftily; those green-eyed women Mr. Ashton?" asked one of the It is how the little and Nothing irritates a broken leg Don't let that beautiful girl fade and I LT AMD CA J.o..1.. CONFERENCE ;
lke UP. Address FMAU
r ._. tare. always shifty." Americans. strange thing invalidism or sink into an early P1 I.TITm
limping around Oh droop int .O
the on I FLOYD A
-. great thing-that which MOONEY. MEMPHIS. opcMB*.
S forgot- it The 4StU of Ibis popular
.. / want"of timely care at the most .
::. The "From the grave -
speaker former
was a tall fair, florid and it stated that nothing in this world so al Ylru.a StIM.XW teauber4,1 mJruiyeqnippedtogITetbOTO5hiilog *
te'as soon as ended and that which is fascinating as critical stage of her lfe. Dr. Perce's Favorite : In literary c.urees branches. ,
youth of some twenty-four years being weur of life and unable to sub nevet'forgotten-toour lives' end hany the study of medical science when-yo Prescription in her YOU "AT A- tloo healtby. Doldlngs an.pen,1 ImproVe. Grand' ...

.5 of age; the locality was a smoking- mit any longer to paternal tyranny get the combination.-Advance. health and establishing it on a firm basis tted.. An .Ura.L"e: & .A.'V.JoUIUJI yea: t.. ;
together.London Society. .
and may save her years of chronic suffer Architectural Iron Work 8en [ .';
room in the house of Mr. Ash ton, the she intended to avail herself of her -.a lug and consequent unhappiness. TUSKALOOSA FEMALE COLL& "

r S well-known surgeon, and the hour, to darling's oft-repeated request that he LEISURE IN EATING. SCHOOLS OF PAINTERS. S Kngrlnes, Dole. CUo.Fre...., ,.
be should. with A more pleasant physic Pulleys, or 8&nIQI. TUSKALOOSA, ALA.;. ,i
S. ; precise, was five o'clock on a dull fly and that she, You never will hnd Send '

... November evening1. therefore, requested him to meet herat low to Make Dinner One of the Chtel1'leaaures Valuable Informaton for Student and Tan Pierce's small "Pellets," JOHN t E.HANDLE CHICKASAW& IRON WORKS:tN.,, ladles.Affords superior JToa CATAIOOUES.facilities tor APPLY eaacatloaef TO J

;' ..- "You see she first of all encouraged the terminus here' (where 'here' of Life. Lovers Art Purgative kind. f.YAXX Til.rA& .c'.y UEUP.18.. AJ.OXZO HILL FreI'. ._..._
S From Bell's Edition of Bredow's Tables
It, and led me to believe that she and might be, 1 know net< for there was I can not bo disputed that in the artof -. -" MONTGOMERY BELL ACAncuy ';
a of Universal History, the following MRS. MARSHALL O. ROBERTS, who is often '
4 -. her husband would neither date address affixed feeding the human "they do FOVMJEO 18O7. .
be nor animals .
very glad to see ) on pointed out the most desirable part
succinct description of the a jko1
- Tina married me (she is only Tina's Tuesday next at 4:15.: I had scarcely these things better in France. The I diferentEchools among fashionable widows, has a life interest Graduates ClaslcaI1.dEa.lnessCoane.a ofXrjhtUla..jy" 5
of painting which have flourished in <. lnl."nl7.Nash .
time to finish the middle-class Englishman eats hunks ot 11,0,0. r 8 M CLARK T.n
;_ ; step-mother, you know), and then, letter, or to wonder is taken. li 4
S gives an amount ol I
when who could have written it beef and wedges of mutton, followed .
my big brother cmo on the to me, when valuable information in small Use GentlenetB. SYNODICAL FEMALE
as a compass
;; scene and began making up to my little my ser\'an1 entered with a telegram by pudding a solid as lead and can elsewhere be found. Florentine Be gentle In stimulating the kidneys, oth Send 6 ctnu tor Sample Paqor5 tbr a Book Bo;rOIlo. ROCERSVIL.LE. COllEGE

girl-as he does to heiress an immediate answer. washed down with st'ong Burton ule a you will excite and weaken them las 1 fleCeut Fackxe& tLU4S, Jll1 1 s STANDARD lmB; THOROUGH
every demandiJ A' MKS. C.ROSS.
llr410n\w F.A.
.- or still Dublin That School-Style, elevated and I results follow the use of NlUJU ; CHAR Pl"CP
stronger i ia
why then Mrs. Fowler cooled off, like Whie was framing my reply Cuth- stout I Stomach Bitters to overcome renal MILITARY
bold, seeking rather to be admired I teller's One In each e'nnty to AC.EJJ
the snob that she is and told Tina that bert busied himsel with making up very good faro for plowmen and fos. inactivity. Avoid the unmeicatd fiery WANTEDfSt aent to 810 per day LOUISVILLE double prOlrls ._Io&.
I hunters. To the town it sim than to please; sometimes gigantic!; of havea THE ?4zW WAV of cay' limited In num"en ane alel hUt
1. she wasn't dance the fire, man 1 stimulants commerce. Sl GIN
so doing
so much with me, came FRME'S SHIRPEE snAB'ztO 'tv5D. ._ LUJVILE TCT.
neglects coloring and grace. RomanSchoolCarries delicate membrane easily irritated, and Gins.
t- ply ruin. The Frenchman knows bet gins pins
1 and that-In short. it wasn't 1 1t: ) be. It into active collision with Nell, whomhe invention and upon this the action of such excitants is pernicious. so. No FILES. Anyone can noe it. your new! : n'
horrid could who tel. Neither in town nor in country designto Malarial complaints indigestion, paid agent on tI.ale.ln county whether made by IRYAIT STRnOI Hand h
was a shame never manage-and
think .
.5 ; you so. the highest perfection the as 0?him. September 114. Machine Hu rl Gro.'In
; t Horace?" at once began to bark in a that will he feed like a carnivore. He be by analytical rheumatism, neuralgia and biliousness succumb and latUfaetlon griiarwnterd. Write tttlnf Send Cfg .,
way study of the antique and of'' the corrective influence of the Bit at once t J.e. FALLS fe CO..MempbT'DD.. ptu
lieves in he likes t
variety little bit of r
I f S 'It sounds rather unfair. But perhaps drove me nearly wild. As soon as my ; a natures heads of the most sublime I trs. I .lA THIS PAUl.ttaM,otL S ,7 A BUSINESS EDUCATION UU08C. .

. V S Challoner doesn't really want to telegram was dispatched 1 looked many dishes, not a vast mountain of I ;. L For circulars,address

t-: P; .; marry Miss Fowler." round for the cover of the mysterious one. He likes it made pleasant t tho I beauty; coloring and chiaro oscuro less BUFFALO BILL, Amelia Rlvcs-Chanler, : $T IA $250 AMOVTHcanbemadetork.ing for us.Agentspref rre4who __f 49CLARtOLLEG1 EE FJ
: He takes II Venetian School-Faithful I Belva Ann Lockwood and Whitelsw Reid can furnish a horse and tire their wholft time to .
V f:..'.. 'Oh. yes he does. He admires her epistle, which I had decided by this taste. time over it I i perfect imitation of well-chosen subjects ol I formed an interesting group at a recant reception the ployed bualnes.. Spare A few moments Tarancie may in b profblyem- UNION COMEWKof korcireuinrsdIJ.LAW.Chlfa-.FallTermb Botb.Cbial.SUMMR *
quite the rule on the Continent to t.Le. CI".I
I :J. Immensely to begin with and thenshe'll time ought never to have fallen into see i Paris.cases B.K.JOHXSONiCo.. 109 Main 8t..Rehl.oDt'"a..B.P.a : .
I hands but it nowhere be all the busy men in the town spend I nature, excelent coloring, admirable ,a. .*aland b.iu. n ."
have was to .
. J: $5,000 year. Ho'd my ; /ot B. it RESORTS.
.. marry at least an hour at the restaurant effect Lombard and Bolog- Is where Quinine utterly fails to un Co Mna rl. C
I asked Cuthbert he had "
witch for seen. noticed -
$2,000 t&ore. You know i Schools have any efoct, and where the patient cannot Forall Sewtng.i'bneaSTANlARDGoiJCnlv
nese -Correggio. born in NEEDLES
what he is; he doesn't care for anyone it-a long white envelope. over the midday meal. The eating take it by reason of its unpleasant influence ,: mE fO'.ERN HOTEL famous ummer at Rande

g but himself whilst I-M '1 suppose, sir,' he answered in an done, a smoke, a game of draught 01 Lombardy, not having foundeda ,a cure is,promptly by Shal- SHUTTLES, I TbeTe tbe K.C-.F. .S.A Memphis Il'v.is now open. fa
S dominoes and of in permanent school, but having lenberger's cures Immediately.In Iltt.BtXLOCK 8ira.d. terms.etc-address 5158-IL D.WJL.Popl"Lr
,.. "But I don't quite see what I am to' aggrieved tone, for he and I were oft- cup are no case wi there be more than one chill osi.ovuptat.s --
I : do what part I am to play, or how Icu.n en at issue where Nell was concerned, voked, a aids to digestion. The natu been imitated by the painters of B after the dose, and in the majority of THIS PAPCA imjSmjillwBI*. A.N..F. 12.50 -
S ral result is that logna, these two schools are conjoined.Correglorio's cases not even that Sold by 5
: serve you by coming to this that that was what the dog had got a Frenchman or a Druggists. _can b*, I WBEX WUITISO TO ADTEKTMEKa PA
supper a HADIT..Tlble1rlo
r Belgian looks happy at meals, and still 1 distinguished character OPIUM I stateI that J.a saw the A4.c I
party to-night," interrupted Horace hold of just now. I did try to take it istics and WB only know ourselves and what : M. 11.BEXHAH ft Co.lUchonnd I li. lad DR;I I

y sharply. lie did not mean to be from her, but I know you don't like happier at his coffee and dominoes. I are a seducing voluptuous cally are when the force of clrcumstancjLingsuout. pp -

4 to hear her bark. She any man unscientific enough to (though somewhat affected) grace in .
# unsympathetic, but he was tired, dropped it at say I

and he had heard so often how very much, lat and I threw it into the fire, but it that the Frenchman Is wrong and the the fixtures and attitudes and a magic BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
is ? harmony in his coloring. Flemish PRESS PLUNDER.
Englishman 01
right Eating is
S ; .. how very much his young friend, was just a mere pulp then. You un .
4.. Hon. couldn't have read what was written doubtedly one of the chief functions of Bolg'io School-This school excels in: Book Xeetplwg,Shore Band, Teegi.sp1t ,&e
Humphrey Challoner, cared for L A NEW YORK lady was lately seen with a LO U I SVI LL E KY
: LS the beautiful Miss Fowler. on it1"So life and i it be right to make all lifo I coloring and in the faithful imitation: tiny watch set in the back of her glove.A Wrto CUgu aJ fuji nforsnoh.n.. --*

S S "Well, I want your opinion and the envelope was destroyed, and L bright and happy, then eating shoul of nature, but does not always exhibi SYVAXU sells "mugwump

,- your advice. which you can not give with it had gone every chance of my be one of its chief pleasures. .- sufficient nobleness of design; produces I- cider; that is, midway between hard and -) ILLUSTRATIONS .( -

p-- until you have seen the family. I: ever being able to restore its contents I gUsh' have a great deal to learn from eminent artists in every style; soft"

I many countries. We can not do better that to which Teniers has affixed his '"HAIL-STONES-IX-HER-STOMACH" the SUITABLE pok
want you to take particular notice ot: to their destined recipient Cuthbert I i ANY SUBJECT.

& *5 Mrs. Fowler and to tell me what you I then proceeded to inform me that he than begin by learning how to prepare name had its birth in this school; the rattling home name of an Indian squaw '

think of her. She is years and years I had only brought me in two letters- food so that it shall be pleasant and Academy at Antwerp, the cradle ol who has lately joined a circus company. _ While showing only a few specimens of I*

younger than her husband, and some I blue ones-with the newspaper, and I tempting to the senses, and how to eaV, this school was founded in 1510, but for A GRAND RAPIDS man, who was arrested _ Live Stock Cuts, we are fully able to fill .
gambling, that he had
. > it without looking like mutes at a there was a Society of Painters al alege order for different
breeds of
there Horses
: people admire her immensely. She is I they were on the table his money, his clothes and lost C

f'i' awfully vain, I should add. and more till unopened. S this third epistle, funeral. or lions at an ill-managed Antwerp from the year 1442. Dutch them, and was ha sleeping the gambling- _ Poultry, Sheep or Swine, and in fact

\.... -S I "l .,I.Cccssible! to flattery than any one I've which was, unquestionably, never intended 'Zoo."London Hospital. School-This school is especially distinguished I- room for shelter when pulled. pertaining to stock raising. We do not,It*

r .- by an eminent intelligence Is the recent ever, limit ourselves to this line, we
ever met, ana I believe that you might for me had evidently arrived village election at Two a b

S :" talk her over Horace, if you would between the leaves of The Field, and Assuming Too Much. of the chiaro oscuro; exhibits good Harbors, Minn., the vote of T. A. Bury and _ _ _ _ thelargest stock of Miscellaneous Cut .
'- coloring, and a faithful imitation of Nels Sutherland, for Recorder, resulted in found thus enabling you to
t' only take the trouble. You see you are had Clipped out when the latter Suspicious Looking Individual anyhere.
/'I clever and I'm not. and Challoner is burst its cover in falling from (a nature in the minutest details. The a tie, whereupon the candidates flipped for any subject Spic
-- an my lap. Costing a business man in Austin- pnniel for the position, the former win attention is invited to our Business &ii1 J
; elder son and a viscount and I'm a During the following Tuesday after In New York eleven style of precious finishing is carried( Cut*' ..
men those Societies Orders Garnet,
ning.A denoting
lepreenttwo ,
to the o
,* younger son with nothing; and Tina is noon, which was an awful one, I often hundred million dollars. highest pitch in this school STATES Isiaso man counts his coffin

only eighteen and does not come of thought of the unhappy young victim B. M.-Is that so? Gorman School-This school having among his household effects. He spent two Hundreds Columns -;- Can also! fumWl"

1" ape until she is twenty-live, and she to parental tyranny and hoped that "Yes. Now in Austin the wealth i never had a common point of union, weeks constructing it and he now uses it of Humorous Cuts to se a Correct <>

bays: it'll kill her to wait so long and- she came to no i rious )harm."But ."- not much i bears no general and distinctive char a a sort of wardrob keeping it in the Liene
quite so concentrated. ''tV 0 entry close to old-fahioned clock that lee from and any one'u.- any or Fr .

and altogether we haven't ,a hundredS her name. Mr. Athlon," exclaimed will assume that twenty of us represent actor; it produces in the different looks a good deal like a companion burial wishing illustrations for sign Notables, *
1 S to-one chance of getting married the styles of painting, rival artists to the casket 11
unless American; "we're all dy- one hundl'e thousand dollars." : either long or short articles women embraciaj1
S. somebody or other intervenes in hear her /real masters of Italy and of the FORGETTING he _
lug to utne. Was there no "Yes. was married, a groom of a of ia
a funny nature those foremost .
tour beha'f.! Captain Fowler wouldn'toppose ?" I Netherlands. English Painters- month lately left his office,bought an evening __ .
signature will that can not fail to find '
I : us I'm sure if bo were left to "There but alto assume" you and Formed in general on the masters of paper and went to his father's house, exact ____ __ _ ____ _eminent,politics
was, -good heavens! I two of the
twenty. took a bath, and presented himself ly those they will want science art or
at table. ; ,
S .. himself!; but his wife is ;against me, "on"l bo burnt!" The last remarkwas "Yes the Flemish and Italian schools; excelin His mother's inquiry: havo sIn

5'5. and he is a mere lump of clay in her addressed to ) Fowler who I portraits and landscapes, are unrivaled "Rbr you -WI **4) .JSblWl
S h's lWel then, how would it be I i already procured 1 divorc ht him addition to supplying Cuts of
t. 'S hands. in i in water-colors. French to, and he left very
stretching across the table to reach to draw out ten cents from the : hurriedly for his own abode, we also
i. I "All right; I'll come to the supper, some bonbons had nearly set fire to.. capital stock of the syndicate chools-The good painters of this where his young wife was impatientlyawaiting Business in carry on a General o bln. T
l wouldyou and
; Electrotyping Sleryping;
I then as> you are s>o anxious about it." her lace sleeve. let me have school are formed on the model of the I him. at the lowest ,

.: "And 'ou'l1 be there by 11:30. ?" With great presence of miud Hor- -.it.Texa.. Sifting different Italian schools, of which they A FITCAIRX Islander named Adams finds reliable work, and possible we rates for thoroughly
rich man. John respectfully
"Good." himsel' Adams, one of sohci your
ace seized her arm with one hand, -To bear the several characteristics; thejare orders. Write for -
\ S quite us estimates
b English a man must : mutueers of the Bounty, hal saved the specimensor _
. And true to his at the hour whilst with the other he drew back In general more successful in life sheets
.' WOi'd wear the bingle eye-glass, not the old composition a midshipman, whose relatives decided sample and in doing so address usa

named Mr. Ashton presented himsel the candle, but only just in time to fashioned glass-disk glued in the T and design than in coloring. to'invest a sum of one hundred pounds the most convenient of our seven ouses. I

. at the door of Captain residence. aver a catastrophe; and then, as his but a glass encircled with eye, I It i emancipated from the degraa. for the benefit of the known deliverer of ___'-__- S r.. _

He did not look with met those of his hostess a gold rim and affected it their boy. A grandson of the THE A. N.
and stylo after KELLOGG
i. .c--- much for\fr eye i oocurred pro\'lde with a spring which, ton assued has just,established his claim to muter NEWSPAPER CO.i ; "

pleasue to the evniDj'S enter- to him, in a flash of revelation, fiyed tb* eyebrow, keeps the 7Tear' the death of L. Brun by Vieru and become meDt and the sum in question,now amount ivest 368 & 370 DEARBORN STREET, CHICAGO, ILL.

K1aeut, ha disliked trangr that ibis diversion\ had not, \ ln et'ivaI.; S the most numerous and flourishing ninety-six tacuaacd pound, has been n 236 W4N\S 8T. LOUIS" 1 .1. 177 17 ELM ST., c.1I(

I: school ol aU.-ekrinlio *t W paid over to bioa. 11 A 7i OITAR.' STIUE. 01,0. Ii 40 tEF'R O CINCli"AT IT., Mr.4Q-5 TE' .,
gr1 II 4' 110 11", $
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