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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 20, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r % -1I 1 w '| w 1 I 1 m I C m 1 12m voices surrounding them. They didn't th, members of a group oCwooin'. PRESERVING EGGS.Proe.ss USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE j RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL -
Bo little made I
me seem
glad, for I was to have the
;;:: young; courage to protest or will themselves in this I
;;; | 1 ttl'J! 1 SO S 2 O9$4OO7OO9OfsQuareI cranes parade .
1at
| Flowers a sunset books -A of schools
a Wend or two, petition. By and A by Which They May Be Bui -. cupful hot Indian meal gruel -In Germany the public are
I 1 .r | 2 23' 6OI 10 OOU), 00 Gray skies with by quiet was once and then advance in pairs and
lenaw .. S squares. 2 (ill 3 squares 7 M (Hi1 11 00 IS Oil : 0)) crohaving double pairs threes, single file and in It is stated
How little made the by an English authority IIt I -Young America will have to bestir "
.OOD.3 ; r. : squfcrea 10 15 40 20 10, 25 00 Hi 00 N(0) me glad when I was young! appearance of much wisdom and all sorts of combinations, and will give ,
') hat while eggs preserved in lime or is of to shake its elf. Out of a class of 433 graduating .
; economy .
experience
Ten cenU a line tor the first) and Ore cents So Jittk makes me happy stepped into the opening the to the of actually tie fut
now I'm spectator -
!al'e for each insertion. old; appearance ;alt have proved to be good after the each article
line I'UbSe41ll'nt Your hand"n and jawed as passes through at University the highest
mine
IB9 ..' Special rates for time: advertisements dear heart, here by the away vociferously for half a going through the figures of somo Bon a MIca
upon of
fire minute expiration four months it has not the wringer from tho rinsing water. taken by Yeljoro Ono a i
Application at the ollite. or more, gesticulating honor we
comically intricate dance. As the exercises
l
are
i-i __ The children grown into our hearts' desire- with his head and cntil recently been established for what For earache a pii ch of red pepper Ja panese.
How little body. His
keps us happy when we're old I IAnd remarks prolonged the cranes become excited to of time the action of these
SUBSCRIPTION seemed to length preservatives gathered up in a pLace of cotton batting -The young ladies of the Wisconsin .
RATES: meet with approbation the pitch of frenzy, and jump and leap '
yet, between the little will keep them as four wet with oil and :
then and of sweet, and inserted studying
,
now the University
a1.r( .one;";e&t. .......... ,............. ............J100 What worlds of life, of thought and feeLing ,' big audience if the and contort themselves until one by one months is comparatively goo use. the ear. will give relief. *i it said that a they are crpntry. at.
fir months........... ......... ........... 60 Keen: chorus of caws that arose after they become exhausted and lie panting. From the lte I a -
f All I tfubscrlptions must be paid Invariably I in What !spiritual depths and heights unseen he ceased could be taken as an indication on the ground until sufficiently refreshed above the reader might reasonably -To whiten flanoel.1 dissolve Ifalf this a they have been i their Intel-

Clf' 435yy8 advance.. Ko Uiscnwiaatloua in favor of any.body. Ah me, between the little then and now! .* Then another old crow suppose that some new process a pound white soa *. in nfty pound. of ectual studies. .
to again join in the fantastic ,
) : Communications upon all matters of local For little! things seem stepped into the ring. lIe stood near in the use of the two artcles salt and water add two-thirds of an c ance, of There appears to be a growing ,

Interest olicitei: fmin all parts of the county. young: mighty when we're the accused two .as he spoke. There proceedings."Sometimes these exercises*will ime,'was about to given, as it is spirits of ammoniajinnaferse} the flannel evangelical spirit i the Protestant ,

INx ''s f ... Then we rush, onward through the changing didn't appear to be as much earnestnessor tinue for hours, varied by frequent const a the result of numerous expriments and stir well aroumt for a short time, churches of France. In the recent

years wit Various rinse well in \Ater.' elections for in the Reformed }
: .I.'.' SECRET SOCIETIES. Testing the gamut of all smiles and tears, confidence in his manner as there fights between rivals which are so desperate these shown their undoubted pure drectr ,,
superiority
Till mighty had been -If sick porson.'cra4o part'cular and churches evangelical
L& things in
seem little; we are old. the speaker that. preceded
. and that it is
Gtn")e er1,. '\ f ,' Meets every Tuesday -Harper's Weekly. him. He had evidently volunteered to savage no uncommon over a others. As hereto- m article of diet, itis1.'ttr to indulge! men have generally been chosen.
thing for the other of the
one or
I.to&Iss.bi.Jlg !light at Odl Fellows' & defend the prisoners, simply as a mat- fore tried in England one process consists I. them than to have tnetn, fret because it -The city of Cleveland pays $50,000 :
! t.* Hall. contestants to be killed in the combat.
I Iell DUtttn1', .. era Transient broth CROWS AND CRANES. ter of form. When he got through the Sometimes the female after in packing the egg as soon a is denied t them; but Jt must be prepared a year additional for the special instruction
cordially invited putting lathe id in
the
IUTR,PTU t' to cries and shrieks and dry salt immersing in such to easily German the public ".
that mnnnet'ln( b
>. : attend. J. C. muttering i i
: WILLS, wooers to a long and severe test of hem; in freshly-made lime-water. Of
digested, always u-angr, not schools and movement for the ,
Noble greeted him were plainly] those of derision their : care tq 0 a re
Grand. Hitherto will rise and
Unpublished powers deliberately these two successful lime '
Facts
Con- ; only
processes too free with buttei- '
of burden has been
P. J. FIELDS, Secretary. l\ O. and disapproval. Then of begun.
one th
CLASa Box 41. but mova
fly usually she makes a
away
cerning These Creatures. proved much superior to salt though
-An.egg sandwich Li nice lora good. -
the of thing language
.a.am': group a dozen crows in the open- choice from the contestants. That ,n Te "Aerica" I .
more troublesome. Salt
Improved Order of ing had attracts sick Tdast ,a cracker quite enough citizens
1 Ucd Men. something to say and it was choice is followed person. Americn of..ht. I
always by a fightone
,-1! Osceola Tribe N ,. 1, }Florida-Coonc Swift and ICIghteoug Retribution Judiciously plainly addressed to the three prisonersat moisture from the eggs, the albumen or brown, have a dim o:, boiling writer ever origin.-Boston Journal.I .
kindled AdnilnUtered by a Feathered or more of the disappointed wooers i white of the egg consequently becomes and break fresh into the do believe Christian
fires eaciLVednesday'a Sleep at the bar--for that this was a, regular a egg ws.ter that a great
their. Wigwam, iicarke, Fla. Court-MotlTe of the Crane Cotillion systematic court trial there could be being sure to pitch into the favorite. I thickened and a considerable air space when the white is,set, dip the eg on to college, manhood manufactory manned ,
plained. no But then he will have the aid of the
IT Transient brth'rs. are cordially invited doubt. When he ceased talking one of is left. When lime water is employedthe the cracker, add a little salt, popper by men that are every inch men-wide.
JAW. to. attend. J. O. UAY.NKS, tSachem. "Tho statements made female, who will fight for him as desperately t eggs are quite full and it is necessary -
P1 i* by Colonel the prisoners uttered a.few half-hearted and sweet cream and serve hot. U i4 vigorous, sweet and apostolic and that fl
L&TaLDI W. M. MKACHAU. Chief of llesordg. Sam Knight of St. Louis, in as any of the males can fight to prick them before boiling or
- regard to sounds as if defending himself or making strengthening and harrlc8S hold the college for Christ and mankind i
If the pair find themselves too hard
-
sand-hill will crack the of
cranes indulging themselves some explanation in mitigation of they by expansion -For milk porridge take two tablespoonfuls and the ages to come-I do
CBUUClt"DIUECTOlty.. nt odd I pressed by the others they will beat a their b
L times in the contents by heatBut '
i !
pleasures of the of flour and
that such be
his crime. A veritable yell of derision I h.ll iiteaspoouful leve a college must a very

I RapiUt Clinrcli.Berrlces mazy cotillion, said an nccomplished from the audience followed his effort, retreat times followed and fly away together, some- the process by which it was found of salt; stir up with a cup of sweet milk. own pet of God.-Rev.Charles IL Park
the who
naturalist and their holding court and and by others continue may- bsuccessfuly preserved for Have a skillet with of milk and hurat. D.D. .
at 10,1:!') a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer and neither of the other two culprits the fight in midair.-N. Y. Sun. egg described To a cup a }

I. meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m.J. trying convicting some moral delinquent ventured a word in his own behalf. 0 C month : cup of water boiling 0:the fire; tu.-u inthe -Pleaant reports are reaching us, '

; M. CALDWELL, Pastor. among them, and executing Then there was a noisy but brief consultation THE GRAPE preserve say one thousand eggs take thickened flojir and let it boil up says the Missionary Herald, a to the, I
FRUIT.
Sunday School meets every .Sunday the death sentence upon him. have been between the members of the about thir .si pounds of lime in once stirring i iril, tho time so i will reception of Christian books i the im i

I "" morning' at 10:3J.: !) referred to in my presence as pleasant group in tho circle-the jury, if An Excellent Substitute for Quinine In lumps and place in a strong metal or not scorch. 1 palace of China. It t 1
'" '* T. E. Buao freaks of tho Western you Malarial Diseases. stone vessel over the same pe pri i inepd-
pouring
Superintendent. imagination. To -The
ruiM.MBW will-and then one of them solemnly best way to purify a room u say more than that ,

I _ _ _ one who has made a study of the waysand croaked the result of the conference to Too much can not be said in praise of some two gallons of boiling water. to set a pitcher of water in it, and in i are near to the new Emperor and w1o

Prenbyterlau Churcb. means of furred feathered, finned the prisoners and the audience. A wild the pomelo or grape fruit. The mildly Ten cover with strong sacking. taking few hours the water w ill have absorbed wife have recently received and welcomed

8enicestlve-r Sunday at 10SO: a.m. and scaled denizens of the forest, the chorus of approval and satisfactionarose. bitter principle which is conspicuous in care the same does not fire, and nearly all the rospired gases in; the instruction in the re-

rES JU R. MATTICE, Pastor. air, tho blream. the lake, the swamp Half a, dozen big crows rushed the juice is undoubtedly anti-malarial l Leaving in a safe place until quite cold. apartment rendering the air pure, but lgion and have now the Chriti life

wlr.zw Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m as I have for years, such incredulity is from tho crowd and pounced fiercely like the bitter principle of many barks Then mix with about twelve gallons of making water-utterly unfit to drink. n thei hands.

< U C. HULL, Supt. painful. upon the condemned and unresisting and roots. And aside from its medicinal cold water adding seven pounds of The colder the vater the greater its -The Society for the Propagation of I

"The crow, for instance is qualities what is more refreshing than coarse salt and pour carefully over the
popularly convicts, and in a surprisingly short capacity to contain these gases. At the Gospel has sent a missionary to '

JRROlCd TIetliodUt Cburrli. regarded as a common and irreclaimable time had stretched. them dead on the a draught of pomelo juice taken fresh eggs quite covering them and leavingout the ordinary temperature a, pail of New Guinea, the first to represent the

>'. Vrih"dSAVE Services every Sabbath; 10:31a.th. and thief a conscienceless despoiler a ground. and cool from the golden bowl in which any sediment that may have settled water will absorb a pint of carbonic Anglican Church that Tho

..$LLoca.: 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday feathered freebooter and outlaw. Per "The execution was encouraged by nature distilled it, after a process all at the bottom of the mixing pan. acid ga and of ammonia. work is under the i control Island of the Australian

TOK3. tfit- and Thursday/ at.:30. haps he is all these. He may have his deafening cries from the great body of her own? Mr. Mott writes as follows:: Pickle if thus rightly made will in a The capacity sevetlpints by N Church. Tho Primate of Australia -

FE.nAAamntkiwM.D.Attna f O. D. TURNER, Pastor own ideas as to how tho rights and crows which had risen from the ground I believe this valuable fruit has been few days frost over as i covered with ducing the waterHo the temperature of does not to

.& j Sunday School every Sunday at 9 u.in. property of others should be regardedand and was circling and darting frantically -: neglected by our horticulturists here in very thin ice, and if does not hap ice. the missions propose of the iterer societyor
[J. CJiARLES; RICHARD, Supt.T Florida in their haste find the best add more lime until the desired wit t
to pen
j distributed by him but within
_ the about above the executioner and their Potpourri-A quantity of freshly the Roman Catholics. There
ranks of his own kind there has oranges for surely some of the improved is i attained. The pickle is poured over i
be
got to adjudged victims. Unlike the sand opened rose leaVes with the yellow plenty of room, he says for

CbrlKtlaii honor and fair play and fair dealing. or hill crane execution, the bodies of these varieties are being much sought the eggs in a milky condition, being stamens, and an equal quantity of lavender -Prof Wood of the a

__ .Cliimli.ILCII tho transgessor must suffer. have after by moneyed people. It is.Without passed through a fine sieve to catch any University:
dead
culprits "
L .. seen were not left 1 vine as tho" blossoms put; in a large earthenware of made statement at
---- -- -- ---- a
- u.1 zo; xxvi., zs; i. ieier iv., 10. not dissolved. Pennsylvania
v9 question of the most wholesome large Boiling
cuougn oi tile methods of a crow killed but after the one pieces
were bowl
with
government legal executioners a pound of, orrisroot I N ew that was rather remarkable
' Services each ford's day at 31'.Ul. fruits and often it is eaten for its water should be used for slaking the hal
:Lzs to satisfy mo that it has code had done their I
t work and retired, ; then to evety two pounds of the when he said that not per cent.
O. P. YOUXO, Pastor. of procedure rigid and impartial, but tho vengeful lay members of the court medicinal properties, and even prescribed lime.The mixture add two ounces of bvuised of the graduates of American 2 medical

soDLggc tlltl Bnaday hoot.each Lord's day at 3 p.m. with punishment swift and severe. swooped down upon their bodies striking .: by our physicians,by those that knowof great secret is to have good cloves and the sme of cinnamon, allspice could the examination required -
r colleges pass
C. J. DENTON The its value as a tonic and alterative fresh eggs and keep up the strength of
best
Supt. I I
place that I know of for '
rMi.&h4. at them with beaks and claws until L and table s ... 'I; i
.all....:. .r __ _ _ studying the crow and hi? curious and there was not a vestige left of the criminals medicine. the pickle and the surface frosted over to stand for two weeks,thoroughly .. p ractice. This is very hard on our .
.
.-. is it in by adding from time to time fresh I
.IcI. Especially valuable all
systematic 's is at Crow Neck Me. cases I
whom turning it and L with
outraged crow justice hadso overj mixing I colleges, but the worthy professor .
_ OFFICIAL DIUECTOKY. of malarial For I: strong pickle or not room the .
As long as any one in that part of speedily and terribly punished. The a type. many years i i your hands; then it i ready for use perhaps, that the reason the ..-
iuEf:: Maine have had serious malarial troubles vessel for more liquid then meant
can remember it has very freshly I
City Officers. been liter vengeance of the community satisfied, and makes the mfcst lasting perfume of I young doctors could not pass those examinations ''

'Tm.. llayor L. WUkovskl.K ally a crow settlement To my mind it the crows returned to the woods, discussing and for the past several months have, slaked lime. Stone or earthenware any potpourri I have; ever tried. was because not 20 per

: v')?YL OeC.sil Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner, Is a regular seat of justice, for my observation the exciting affair as they went,, eaten whenever tho opportunity offered I vessel are most suitable and should -To Can ConA-Cut the ; from I of them were sufficiently familiar cent .

., -. 6eorge E. Pace, L. D.TV all, S.F.Gardiner. was, and the daily testimonyof and were soon once more engaged in freely] of the grape-fruit and I am gladto I stand in a cool place and not be moved the cob when fresh and con. a I the German language. wit

- uma Clirk-B. E. !ivarez.i.1. the natives is, that the vast flocks of say that my health now is much better about The eggs must be freshly laid, __
their regular vocations. cupful into a jaj, and pound do .
; r* Treasurer-Walter Wills. than it has been for not more than one week old if good i
crows thatcongregato there both winter many years, milk )
"Speaking of the old sandhill with a potato masher until : WIT AND WISDOW.
:illIT Marshal-E. J). Wall. and crane'a nd it is a question with me whether, results are desired, and, must not p ?
summer always have on their hands odd cotillion Colonel Knight did b starts, then add another treat )
party
:;.IElP. liieisor, -T. :W. Sweat tho trial of somo culprit or culprits. not have the understanding of this fruit that I am prizing so highlyfor cracked, and every egg should be test in the same and so cupful until i] -Prosperity is no just scale; adversity )f
proper way
t = :My attention was attracted to this fact its significance. He imagined it to be ( I like it as a luxury) has not had L ed before placing in the pickling vessel. the milk the jar. Wipe thejar is the only balance t weigh friondiThere's -

oJI"-- County Officer on the first day I visited Crow Neck much to do with my improved health. By the above means eggs may be kept runs'over rubber andcover! nothing like being all broJ
simply a merry dancing party, and the clean put on ,,
11.
Connty Judge-W. F. Malpbu5.L' early in the spring a few The many forms of the shaddock any reasonable time certainly from I ker, up to make a man seethe necessityof .. ., '
years a1'O.As : solitary crane standing apart from the screw it down and set the
tft Clerk of Circuit Court W. T. Weeks. I walked 1 noticed (citrus dulcamara) and its culture by spring to winter. tghly. can mending his ways.-Burlington Free
1.LI\4. t. along one bigcrow rest the leader of the party, who was into a dish of water. Let It toil
Sheriff-H. \ Epperson. Of the method thus which
Press.
the ancients ii evidence of the I
, "'- i Tax AssesxN-J.: E. a vicious-looking bird, acting ina acting as a sentry to give the revelers I high estimation de'crib. three hours then tighten the cover. nd]I
WainrightTax : in which it held in the substantially tho same as has -Young to ,think
I of'" Collecto-M. M. Hale. suspicious manner and I got behind a warning of danger. The fact of the was i ben set the can away [in a dark place. When men are apt
earliest times. DeConotalle "The known and practiced in this country for themselves wise drunken
i.f.t!: :___ Superintendent' of Schools-J. L. Hill.( tree and watched him. He was stealingin matter is, the solitary crane was a female says: you want to use ft. turn the ja upside enough a
number of varieties in the Arch years, with variations in the proportion to sober
Malay ; men are apt
County BUrT"yor-W. H. Edwards, C.IC. the moat; cautious manner throughtho and the dancers were males and down in hota r. to loosen the tk
cuy! i ipelago indicates an ancient cultiva of lime and, salt as used by different
County Commissioners Witt.ovt.ki, branches of a tall pine toward a the antics they were cutting up before cover. enough
D. B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinholter nest that had been built well toward the her were simply the sandhill crane's tion. Its original country is not yet persons. Mr. W. B. Tegetmeier a well]L Reflect upon your blessings, of

I 1e.ThnD": M. V. SmitU. known." known and excellent authority : ALL ABOUT LOBSTERS. which has not
says
; top. With a strong field-glass I watchedtho way of wooing the favor of his fair. It t every person many on
- Scientists of it: "It is believed to "1 have hitherto been rather pro misfortune, of which all .
crow's movements. Finally he Colonel Knight had waited until the say The Toothsome Iblne Crutac "o Oat your past men

.tEG State Officer reachod the nest, and, lighting on a, of that dance he would have been bend e a native of Southern China; it is posessed in favor of the dry of and faithA "Pot" have some

L G. Governor-F. P. Fleming Jaeksonyillo.gCFA1& limb near it, began to peck away at the rewarded with tho sight of somo des common in China and Coohin China. sal method but I doubt whetheris Along the Maho coast lobsters ,ara -A young woman who has her own

- Secretary of State-John L. Crawford eggs that wero evidently in it. and cat perate and exciting pitched battles"! between but this does not imply that it is wild efficacy would extend to twelve caught during ten 'months in the year living to make needs to disembarrass
,Crawford ville. there." It is in the islands months. The influence of lime water In and the law doe
Dill," them ravenously. As he was thus rob- rival cranes that would have de to the east of : August September : hersel of all false pride says a writer

(.1..eMIO5.rtCET... ttceUo.ii Attorney.General-'VIl1iam. LamarMon. bing the nest, suddenly three other lighted his sporting blood. Ordinarily tho Malay Archipelago that the clearest and salt i apparently due to the entire not allow them to be disturbed, nnc i n Harper's Bazar.

'\ down indications of a wild existence are found. protection from the action of the air then the young lobsters are hatched and 1 -Ho that does not know those
crows the
;; Treasurer-F. J. Pous pounced on robber there isn't a more solemn or dignified thing
iI Macclenney.
,bool, Commissioner of crow from a neighboring tree where bird living than the sandhill crane, or :Seemaun; is yet more positive about the the absorption of all carbonic acid fromthe get a, start in life. The law continue* which are of use and necessity
B.
,011.1 .. -nom b wel. Agriculture they had evidently been hiding and one that more loves repose but at woo Fiji Isles. "Extremely common," he water the destruction of ail germs to protect them up to a certain'age, or to know i but an ignorant man. what .
cu-l11ar.: "and covering the banks of the, that might exist in the water, and : rather till they reach a certain size and
Comptroller-General D. Barnes. seized the crow thus detected in his ing time he loses his dignity, and says pos ever he may know beside.-TiUotson.

lION l 'Adjutaut-General-David Long; CedaiKtyt. misdoing. The peculiar cries of the makes himself about as ridiculous by rivers. sibly also to the antiseptic character of lobster of lyears, a measnwc -It is not by change of cicm-

idrcS .. three Tho name shaddock is the.name of a the salt and lime. It i further statedthat by a, stick ten and a half incnes Ions stance but by fitting our spirits
. ta.T captors quickly brought a swarm his fantastic actions as any living crea \ .
Superintendent captain who first introduced %e species Mr. Tegetmeier who has tested before they are sent to the market.
-ITerb of Public Instruction- of cawing jabbering crows from all ture could well do. He abandons repose circumstances i which God has plae

,;. Albert Russell], Jacksonville.PROFESSIONAL parts of the woods, and soon the tree and becomes a regular dervish in into the West Indies. I have been at i a some of the eggs that have been keptover Lobsters are not caught wit a hook us. that we c be reconciled t Ue and

, -= CARDS where the capture had been made and, the exercise of his physical powers. loss for its name "grape-fruit' ," a local a year by this metho describes and line, nor with H wit:a

that has been it in them as being curious contrivance/ called duty.The
name given some appearanceand a ,
all the who doesn't
surrounding trees were black the man want
,. '-- IURVEYING. Apparently, grotesque actions of I rc
CIVIL ENGINEERING
t..4fI- with indignant and noisy members of the male sandhill crane at this season foreign country. It may be from the looking better than shop eggs dozen pots heaped fOgether on the sane more than he ha mea to get Some .
R. ''F. ENSEY fact that often the fruit is in clusters They were perfectly when used in or rocks-where he fisherman leave
,
r tt..1-: the great family of birds. After a min are to show his grace and endurance goo one has said that riches consist i theabundance
"('pen., &itI similar to the habit of some kinds of omelets and custards, in which they them when not inf use-would] attract
p. CXV ute two of this of
XX.53.5O JlNGcsTEE:: .. or excited interchangeof before the female he wooes, in compe tg a man not
opinion on tho subject there was tition with other wooers, and that she grapes. could not b distinguished from ordi- your attention. There is nothing:thatI want, and great big pie of
1TARKE, FLA. While the fruit has been in nary eggs. can think of that would giv
4 FIl'1 an interim of comparative quiet only selects from the competitors the one grown ; you as solid chunks of wisdow i thesaying. '
: Dr.1IJr'tJn eitiniatms, leveling, etc., .xeutefl countries for and such favorable testimony idea of the shape of a .
... 1 with two or three big crows having any thingto that strikes her as best filling her idea orange ages perhapsit Notwithstanding lobstr pot except : -Te humanity consists not in
accuracy and dispatou. is seldom that it has been it is remembered that : a, barrel cu.t in halves the bon a
germa K: Then very wel eggs ; g
pet cub. the consists in
day. say. culprit crow sur- of what a proper mate's accomplishments k- squeamish ear; i not starting
= rounded crossed with the orange yet it is very preserved a long time by any of the way. It i mad ..of slats and tho, two
: and tales of
by A guard of fellows, accompanied should be. The sandhill crane or shrinking but
,
evident since its methods known, the rounded ends filled a mr.
importation to this including one un ar< with! a iropa
by the entire crow contingent is not tho only bird that wooes grotesquely I I in a disposition of heart rleve it.
EOE E J. 0. HAYNES, cawing inordinately was forcedto and oven pugnaciously. The country that it has become hybridizedwith der consideration, in some way betray:, netting with a kilo in the o"ntfr for True humanity appertains t t the
the sweet the fact of their Even the lobster ta. He
That be preservation. in to tho

fly along with the rest in the direc- wild turkey the buzzard. the hummingbird orange. may go Si)1 t mind than t the nerves, and prompts
owing to our peculiar climate. Such periods of scarcity preserved sell bottom of the JM& and t reach
DE:1rlSr: : tion of a big field, on which the woods the pinnated grouse, tho woodpecker a eggs men to 'u and active endeavor
- thing might occur here that has not for so much less per dozen than fresh] the opening to get out A ra
Ieoof
bordered. Hotly interested in this Curious the blue jay, the little snipe aai t execute actions that i
before in the climes it has been eggs that profits from the fresh fish or te suggetFox
.. many extravagant
I halbut
; followed
.- Office proceeding the crowsas known as the ruff, the cock of the rock isfafnec -
ver Jones' Brick Blocl cultivated in. process are not very often realized.- inside the pot for A i
fast as my legs would carry me, determined the night hawk, the quail and many; bat. -The old proverb that loves
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-. I have found one of these changes in N. Y. World. attached to the pot and two hricki mr
to be a witness to the climaxof others do their after true it
courting similarly a ad we prove
CT. BUQG & WILLS ; A _. .- in it for cmpay1 one
Orange County. fruit froman placed
: the crime and the arrest of the peculiar methods. t grape t sinker anc so ourselves. A pain in the body
seed, the tree Successful Underdraining.T. it set down into the Water, I
orange taking more
criminal. i
5ttW "When a party of rival sandhill associated with one in the soul, but we

Attorneys: at Law "When I reached the edge of the cranes meet to exhibibit their attractions the form of the orange; the fruit A. Stanley related at a meeting of till it reache'''the sandy: bottom also find ourselves beset wit a kindsof
skin of the In the
smaller thin wh
much less summer, the
very : n L
sea
field the air still black
s. was with crows, to the female they desire for a the Connecticut Board of Agriculture, imaginary ills compelled t
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JV11 '1 STARKE, FLA. which, with an appalling whirring. mate they first ruffle up their feathers,, "rag. and in quality sweet and fine:; an experiment performed pn a piece of lobsters stay neaithe shore, the pt bear real ones. Worries have their
much less of the bitter of the land ?
the are near ,
I shrieking and cawing were swiftly descending out their wings, and contort grapefruit placed very kindred
spread
:: land which he obtained for an : et just a spiit have
"iPraetlej
:1 III all the Court In the FourOjyfc valuable $10 winter down
. wt .. Judicial Circuits. to the center of the'field, their long and flexible necks into the ; a"ery acquisition so It was plowed, manured sowed acre to they are le1 thir or forty] ad they seek each other i direc-
a
Csts! much so that I have thought it or fifty feet A o wood '.
where they were quickly massed in a most intricate and difficult of shapes properto corn fodder. It received the usual cultivation L- dep biet i tions.-Unlt.d
F. J. FIELD purchase the original tree and add it tied to the the and floats Prsbyr
rope on
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multitude. formed
glistening They an and positions. Then with light and but the moist soil Sympathy finest developments .'

immense circle within which was lefta dandified tread and affected gait" they, to my list of nursery trees. Have work from being done in preventedthe the best the surface of th
;= rota's: : U :;i Flute: I large open space into which strode a, pass in review before the female, who named pomelo.Florida it from the Times-Union.orange "aurantium'' manner. There was not half a crop the location of tbe, lobster pot Svera has not known and felt its sweet influ .
pots together forma I,.
dozen
dignified-looking members of thereat stands solemn and In dark hours of when
entirely -
apart a undemonstrative .. .. I hardly enough pay for the labor. It lay, visits "grounc\ enc gief.
owner itery .
; is\ gathering. They stood in a little looker-on. Now crane idle one season, and underdrained. the poor heart bleeds- has '.
I was
jUJ61 rt STARKE, FLA. group by themselves and before _Jhem will pirouette on one leg putting his L A Good Way to Kill Flies.A : It was sown last year to ensilage corn. twelve or fifteen lobsters will b wat! not some time? How tenderly soothingare

LTgrFt "U.1. kIKGVAVATEED., Box 41. was arraigned another crow whose I neck and body through all sorts of grotesque I- Louisville druggist accidentally The draining had already done much ing and sometimes only one. I ie the kind tones o tears or acts
:
' -- -:_.,_ ---- drooping feathers and head hanging movements; then change to the discovered that the insect powder is of good, that although naturally wet, this lobsters are to bo sent some Distance 1 tc which indicate sympathy with our sorrow

' .. PEEK & FRAZEE down plainly indicated that he was the other leg. and posturing while balanced 1- almost as rapid combustion as gunpowder land could already be worked much b sold they are transferred ;ito a lark re Human nature rarely approximates

c; g robber who had been detected in He will abandon fa box made of slats (call jd a crib) the divine
on that. suddenly though the flame lives several sooner after a rain than any other part ; 8 nearly as when it

; ; Attorners despoiling a fellow crow's neat and arrested these antics, and make short err seconds. By a further investigation he of the farm, high or low. "At' har that floats in the waUr. The fisherman : thus gives proof that the tide of others'woes

If'JiIP', oJ at Law and Notaries in the act Before any" further tic flights in the air sometimes actually discovered that a portion of the powder.thro"n :, vest" said M. Stanley '"such a field keeps the lobsters here uri he reaches and moves it.-G.-C

proceedings were had two other loudly turning somersaults while poisedabove from the bellows through the of corn I never saw. Evenly throughout has enough to sepd away and then h Baldwin.To .

- STARKE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. cawing but small flocks of crows came the ground. Then he will brace flame of a lighted match held sir the whole field planted with corn packs them in barrels with bits,of seaweed do &well a one knows hoW'i

U,; from the woods, and alighting in the himself like a pugilist in a fight dodging inches away produced the required fodder. When it reached maturity and ice. The lobster begins I t; a fa attainment in morals; but

-.:... SM.racts! of TItle and Real Estate Law ewClftltf. op...n space in the circle, delivered up his head quickly from side to side; flame and was capable of destroying the corn was a foot higher over and a end his career when he glides into the wht one ought t do. and then

a'.. Abstract'lurnlsbed!' : sbowin every Pe1ortage I. two more guilty-looking crows who and backward, as if avoiding blows.and flies by the million. He therefore near the drain than in the of the pot to dine on fresh fish. Ha spends a to d it is more than a fair attainment
; Hen. 'J ax !?al<-. Judgment Attachment had vet few days in the, car with
and n.lllnaut'u of public record and file evidently been taken red-handed then striking out viciously here and puts out some bait for them every field. Mr. that draining has h cmraes Many a conscientious person is so sadly
affecting Tine, of Heal Kt.tate in Bradtordeunty. or, more properly speaking beak. the that S says and then journ6yt to the and 1 ex:
_ Florida, there conveying impression morning. When they have collected more than paid ten per cent. on the cit : deficient In moral perfection as t fa
to date of Abstract.
up
nibited in the
market
_ f,ill stained. in crime. These two' were he is hitting at imaginary foes as he in sufficient numbers he gets his powder sum it ha co t Oi'r own experimentshave "e t position very far short of well-doing even while
ranged nt the side of the first culprit. would do if real is so embarrassing that ; change In order to do what
probably a one confronted :- and match and the work of destruction told a better story. Of the doing Ms bst' 1
'J heir arl'i\'alvas the signal for another Sometimes he'will many color, and if hJs (surroundings had not know what
him. throw i is sure and swift By this miles of have essential to righ
HEADQUARTERS FOR tiedrainingvhich we caused. right i 1
death
his the
:Li.j ; iolent vocal outbreak on the part of r himself on his back and kick and wiggle means all the flies in the store can be laid the whole cost ha been paid within already would with lobstei- I It 1 DOt enough to keep up to one's
finally
expire
X'Ixtziteprersnttng'the: :JN'"s-crr-l.:: .N'O the outraged assemblage. I noticed in I his stilHike legs in the air and almost destroyed in a few minutes. and their three years by the increase of crops, at seeing his Career closed amazemen in a bed :of own highest sta dar but one's own

} Liverpool and J.onJoq particular that neither of the prisoners I tie himself in a knot by running flayed remains are dumped into the to say nothing of the increased valuoel lettuce leaves.'Alice' Kellojr highest standard bo a correctS. .

- PQlObeonauy.i \. t l J a sound amid all the tumult of his long neck:: between them. Singly' I street \by the a1lo;. I the laud.-Country Gentleman TreasuraTrovu :.: M i qa S T: -

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1JRIOtl.BIll. 8th. Bible Day Jn !
." -'. upJUuIqR !f-' I I TUB OBARGB OfeOwBBS enlarge ibe children'* ..Jmate of ;-the In. Circuit Court 4th JBcjl Circuit of .da, -

I RJADFORBOYJELtGPH., 'The death of )11.' Cux, i is a Us Jo. lbs ..... ._d.. QF1N. .Pro nlue of the h1be.) .hhi* the word. of Bradford Couitfy. Tfo:fixate of Florida. I IE. -
; .pHl. I.r tk. ..Hde .r Ike Nov- school wUl receive J. M.: Truby. 8. J.Sf ] .
"- : u" Congress. I.o the ad G' PriNe "or 'I. O od. In tbis'wiiy your rnb.UI'JPdl I TROY STEBNBUR6 AND
'I r : = P .uC rsUc'pBrty.' of its con- ti .$trop? M erv n I
-PITBLI8HEI>WEEKLY: \T- ,P 01 ; !rii.re good flap Jhe yalue rartuerdoing bwlnesa under A'laDDlpelt suit
1 ./-.., ',_ : -fJfftJU.. BRAWVKD COUNTY. FLORiD. Life Saving l rrjrice.; to tfce ne.* States oraRc; = tribution.-' "It is i wore Messed to give the firm name aod sryle by attachment, ,

I 1" ,', .. 1X3. WEBB. ii ml to-I the renaming Ter/ttorrirt and talheountryit 'Organiialion and union l 1* Ihe producer .jbnn to eceiye.-Ms. xx. *'I': of TTnjby, S.tel'DburcaD1i1 HiQimpapy ir sworn 1. toys. I
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I ...' Editor and Proprietor.- large. He was a man ofwide !. only safety.-O.cala Banner.' Send your coRlributlolt.. me a* Bum c I I

I .i- Joormatioo. broad ideas, large The cry cf over prpducjUop, raised by i nghamnAJaaso' 'n'ns you can after ..L.Scott. J --4--4 ---

I :,"J .RI"Ot', .I.OO. A EA". and the 4th Sunday In r 1..IemtJcr. Tie above named. defendant A. L Scott, who I
indomitable A excuse for poorreturns
sympathies commission men as an T I
I ..rI energy. h the .tQPe )'our school will|| not fail to Ib- propertywae attached to pay the uebt. and

I, .:'' flktawt According to Act 'of Co'.creia in throngli-gning Dem :crul from the crown is ridiculops i in the face "f facts. i erre 1ie day by a collection for tljework. I allotherpersonJnterejted .abovei hereby suit not1HpmnepcenPfltOttbe ty atiachment. *- .

Ii ,r .tht, Foal Office. Starlet.:Fla.., a. &.rJPP? of bis bead to the sole of his fct he Fl.orida last year shipped fiQO.OOO boxes oforangcs'to $ : of .a are hereby required to a r I They wnt to sell }0u! ycnr 6roe i rc-ll, J rorlsloP8 n;

.: tjLsMaIfrr.. neutralized tbe acerbities of r D. 1889, the name H
I am fnterD ly. day of October A. Corn, Oats, ,v and lrs J.'
iiyjiis infinite humor. his rjady wit, men tONY yours of said month and the rule I
good .commission
8 were. gold by ,Jhe Z. A. PAI !J .ij". the firs Monday taken I

It,LM bforj, Kjnggepted; by prominent !bis strong and clmroiing personality. :. prices; i.wiug Jo the "glut." and the shipper Dist. Supt. A. B 8. Alabama. and I day against of them this Court by default or Judgment will be I wantto Uiwd and I

baotneos men of Starke that lluarcil in Ohio, he moral Eastward, to received little or nothing for Ws fruit. Florida.; Birnvinghap Aa.) I Plaintiff L.B. RHODES. I They sJIyou your Dry Rotton .11
Attorney. I I'I
July 3,1880.
the the Atlantic, Coast lJu his sympathies Meanwhile 2000.000 boxes of foreign oranges I do hereby certify that the above la a irn I
the city build an.4 present to to sell |Clothing ndThey
:I mined Westward aul he had tbe enthusiasm were sold in New York city at auction PIay.IclaflJ JlJe s .' I copy of the original notice now on file to my I Iftlce. They want you youp' FQPDlfibJD'
county a court house. One great areumcm! in favor !of Wcstmoreland's -I o WltDe my hand and seal of Court thisJuly I ,
? : of a pioneer for tbe great \Vcbt. and realized Fifty centy per bar more tonic i i. that physicians 3, 1889. I ,i'"'
: : Calisaya! ? W. T. WMM.SEAL. I wapt to sell you your Haf& and CaPJ
confidence in his i was au cx- The for this hciiiale to use It in practice. ,
The pierchants of Starke evidently His country. than Florida vranget. reason j never [ .] Clerk .. I
liilenit'on.: His interest in mankind arose foreign shipper has a system The formula U furnished i to phynciansasking JJ
4 hag eat faith :n our town's pros wes that tjic for It. The following is proof Notice, They v*nt to sell you your Boots, IIhO 1 aDd Bubberg. ,
above everything clwe.I He did more than the Florida; Mapper has none..
perity. If will look at their positive; tA its merits. David L. Alvarej.administrator
you othei one man, much mr.re than p "- WHEREAS They Tv.ant to sell You Your Hardwure
any very COLUMBIA S. C. o< 81. K Brown.Ut*of Bradford I Tots! and ThilldI
: large stock* of goods you will agree any other man except $Upel inteiideutKimbali If last year's crop l had Ijcen gq4! 50 ns tp Gut1emen-I have very thoroughly County tate of Florida, deceased has fllea nPiitftce'a UaterIaJ.t191 .

that itiso.i ( to make the Life Saving Service I realize an additional 1 .lweptyfiye cents per tested your; Calisaya Tonic and do not sugg a ,tlJJl't'fore't on of the to iimolvency notify all penqn of .d :

.: ;;of the United States the i b c lIt in the world. j box. the net gain tq the grayer? would hepirate to pronounce it' a mq t ernc4iaJ)Jn .. against said entate. to ftle the 'f WUI1L to ielijou: your Wapgons Biiiwies, :
No boom could bo ivcnStarke I ei3.. As a st.omachtp aqrf j tonjc )t 'is I. lame In my offloe.duty authenticated on or bythe AgricuUiir I
.. greater His help could always 00'urcd for bavo been f17 .$ 1 Jl insurpaptJ. ?or climinatiijS malarial I Second day of January A. D. 1 90.on whlph plementH, Seeds and Fertilizers.

<.r'. than to cstajjli. l 1) 1-P right every humane and p.iluiilhrop5c enter poison from the system apd jrepairins day the assetg there will of bafU be made p.iUte a among probate the distribution creditors of of .. I' f.

.. months' free term r"b'po1. This prise. He was particularly! llu championof Sucrrssful l mpelings were hfild last wwk their deleterious. effects, for rebuilding, the Hame.Wltnesa. They \yant ttTsell you your Saddle, Hume** niid Wfclp Jjl

can be dftna by voting the 3-mill the Hebrews. lIe wan H Member of at Oc ie.! Slarke and Waldo. At each of F refpyiKorating when reduced and giving by piolracted tone to or the severe system D. 1889. mr h&q4. and WM.seal F.thin MALPHPRS.May 24th. A. fact they jffwt$; tp sell you ev r.tbllJarJOO may need. *GIe t .k

ppecial echopl tax. Congress at-large for all the Territories. those places the growers pre"en.t werjs eDt4u'.iaalic : fevers or other debilitating? causes tboreis [SEAL 47--mo op'ntr tudjJ a trial, anil you will bp convinced that the,-- will save yon .

lIe was the fneud of every pun or inter und joined the nnioq to a man. i in my 1udgm.nt, no other, preparation on ve"ytbUlJ'Vou huy f iid ftt ihe same time guarantee
r 4TH JUDICIAL
IN CIRCUIT COURT. CIRCUJT ttaeq
::J It is an CBtabiibhed fact that our est that needed disinterested champlqn. General Robert Bullock, speaking atkala. iu. the. whole field of medicii) equal M. to D.It. OF FLORIDA. BRADFORD C"UNFY.A.XKIB .lty) and Quantity of: Gpod | _j4

fk' Mr.[ Cox's Congressional care ijcgan ( saidIf 1 the orange grower? of J. F. E SOR. DBIOOKBS. 1 Bill i 1
p |radfprr | pgunty eConte pears sold f Former Physician, and Surgeon 8. C. vs. V for SITRUBY.
before that of in the the state of Florida understood the Or- '
man HKNKT ) Divorce.It
years any pres Daioana.
Insane
:; ,;.j in? the .northern markets in competi-- cut or any recent Congress, but the continuity ange Grower Union as I do,'they would Cahsayn Asylum.Tqnic js sqld by Rivers and being m de to appear to the satisfaction of
this defendant in the above :
? I Court that the stated
._ {.i.qn with northern raised Bartlett of his service w I L1PPMAN Wholesale Agents unknown and that he U over the age of 21 years.t .
; pars, and brought the highest price once when he removed from Ohjo j to.. and supporting fhe! rgaJi ',tion.Ve BROS., Sayafinah. Ja. t ft U ordered adjudged and decreed that the said .

? on,I. every occasion. New York, aud again when on accqnnt must! have the union.... United! we, ftpnd, I defendant.aplred to a Henry. swtr,DriRKers plead or be demur and Is hereby to the bill re ,

of impaired health, he accepted) fop a ,. 4iYMe4 i we fall How Columbus Found Amerlc!? herein filed on or before the seventh day of Oc-
Our Hhould have free ._- Columbus stood the deck t 'ber. A. D. 1889 or said bill will be taken as STABKE
city a short time the office (If Minister In Tur. I upon ; confessed,provided that publication of this order -( niin K} FLOBIDAJIto
-' AS YOB Lpwk af II. Go home:I" the lailpra cried; be made once a week for four cohoecutire weeks
term-of-BcTmol of at least 8 months' key. 'ur nearly a generltliou Mr. Cox '
-, !'Not it I perish on the wreck prior to that day in the Bradford County TKLKGRAPH. ,
duration every year. With the appropriation participated !in all the fifeijt debates and New Yoik. Chicago. Ft. Louis r.ut: ] Great Christopher replied. ,a new-paper published in said county of -
nil the of Congress Washington want !tljc 'Columbus I 1892 Bradford,and that a copy af said order be postedon A.'E..MrrT' :
now allowed :tarke. together epuclMuaking legislation Next day the crew got nut their knjfjll the door of the Court House of the'said count
miiidyet I he found time to lecture I fair. ty. Done and ordered by me this 28th day of

to, .,_'. : with an additional 3-milItax1. extensively for charity whenever he waitbkId I :few York talks of raising ftO.PQQ.000 .'t And home went they for Captain yelled, C.-'and ave QT HveaWalt August.[L 8.] D. 1888.' W. T. WBKM S ;I4thEE; ; : : (CAI.T.:; STBEET) FLOBJOA.

_ .t 4" thicou1tI be done. as ii guarantee fuud. but strange to say so Oik Circuit Court.BUOQ .
to. and (orhuibwzi benefit when I no .one.. more day. said. ho. -- ---w-- '-- --..h'I- ,

:. .- :f- charity was seeking his aid; and he found far it, jsoin! ,.ittae has not been active :.Then If I cannot tell how far Complainant& WILLA.Solicitors. By N. D.D.WAISEIOHT C. To my Patrons aid the general Public I would respectfully announce
Should the town of Starke vote C1aIcn II'8 committee have already secured : I, W. T Weeks,Clerk of the Circuit Court in
time also to write an admirable Congressional We're from the nearest laud and for Bradford County Florida do certify that I am still at od| stand]
my ready to serve pustomsra on hor ;j
4 t for a special school tax at th! PHrQt history of his own time and more f5l00OjD0. in ciise the fair is voted I'll. take you home!" Agreed are!1'1 that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of niy |
.. ( Answered the sea-sick band. tllA original order In said cause now on file in my notice. As heretofore, I 8h:11111Iw fiUnrp' use best endeavors; to tami
them and will OOO.OOO more :
election the schools both bq half guarantee 'f my
t log wil} than a dozen of the moat delightful : office. Witness mv hand a d seal of said Court '

.' I.t pnder the same management, that: books.. of ravel that ever informed. thenmiwI t and transmit! all foreign exhibits from 'That night when all wore fast aPleep this' [SSth SEAL.day] of August, A.. D.WT.1889.Wcra Clerk.JSy out good work at a low figure. { solicit th.P attention of those in ne4 uf,

und the i interests of the seashore( to Chicago, free. Columbus heaved the lead. .. N. D. WAIKRIOHT,
1 the and be con'duct.pd broadened
.- pf new ru.stee.B, those whose world is circumscribed by St. Louis says she has the location because And measuring the water deep peBuiy! clerk. QacLages, ii m
either separately or be coqsolid- Took notes and went to bed. I
their county boundaries. And yet he within radius: ,. '. of 600 miles moro.. NOTICE, .

J pted. (!jied at (tbe age of only 65. and two'weeks people are tributary! to that city, than to To-morrow dawned. Naught covjd be peon I On the first Monday in Out. 16TO the Public E"tbggies.9g: !
1PL the other But water wet and cold; I Roads of Bradford county. FJa. will be let out n6
nylf cpinpeditors.Was.hjngton
The school board in visiting ugq he. was as full of mental and physical!: Columbu4 .,smiling and, serene. i I to the lowest boda fide bidder by D.strieta: said e\\
: county vigor. as. he wto 30 years ago. wants'L! localise o.f r |lIes ; Looked confldeut and bold. .I Roads will embrace all Bridges ten feet and and Ca1orauythjyityleuC
I I under. Those ten feet will be
schools over kept up
: the variola did
a@ they In t of government. I I t 1.
"Sunset" Cox the J loses in
country one ;ow, Cap: How far from land ale we!' under the Sqpcrvision of each Superintendant
last have I his Distrct.: All bids must be sealed and addressed -
week established a mode of For yim. enterprise antj work. Chicayq ,
the most agreeable: accomplished, The mutineers outcried.
yer? I to the Chairman oC the Board of Road
: .1''I of procpdurp never before heard of r satile dnd picturesque characters of !us leads th. processjqn Ihiw fur in tup rqcc. "Just ninety fapjorrs:" Captain C.Most I Superintendants the Board reserves the right to VE."RICLE$
11 I reject anv or all bids at their discretion thin
Her hotel men sent a committee; lma + 0 in! this county. If they continue political. world.. -Sav. Nevva. I Aug 26.1889. L. D. WALL. .
by 4"111' B. liritHJ, proprietor of the I ATTEST Chal .
ap.
"Aud if you doubt it. heave the lead. .
: with} (he same interest already manifested I W. M. REDDMfO, crk. t
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Tile.Orange Iutere.LThe ii'
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Grand Pacific lpl, Chicago to inter And measure same as I.
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I. I great g'o111 accrue to the orangebuslnesf in Florida i is as ; vhjw the delegates to (lime Rational Edi "y ou're right."the sailors laughed. "flr it head ii Notice of Election, Plows, Harrows, Cultivators to order+

sliming gigantic proportions and more turUl Association at Qctri Qt. and securer) We'I sitok to you or die." Whereas the Town of Starke has been by this .,'

chool&I extensive preparations for controlling; 'tbe the pledges of 200 editors toP for The Invalid'IL IIofe. Sub-District Board declared of and Bradlord coos.itutcd County.a Special Kttte of School Honda k'tI other Farming' _Inlp e weiiti..

\ I shipment[ and the sale of. ihe maturing Chiang,).---Ex.Coins Many seemingly Incurable cases of blood poison therefore it Id ordered that an election beheld ; j

I .. fjnd t.Lpuis aI] are ca er and I bidding i crops arc now being made iu this Stale ; ,. catarrh scrofula and rheumatism have been be held,and at notice Starke 18 hereby Flondathe given, Oth that day election of October REPAIRING of Vehicles Agricultural In }lements, Tool, .Maehint'ry".L

_ ? l than ever before. Rival agencies area : back on ber Color.. cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blooa Balm), made ,'A D.' 1*9, for the purpose of deciding tiuus! Pihiols, etc., made neatly and stronger by experienced f
1 high! fqr th.Q \yo14's.cxpottion Quo t4{ the uost peci;liar cases on record by the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Qa, Write to whpth.tr the said sub district t shall be specially 'V Clr nWn, Only thy best material used.,
the field offering flattering inducements to taxed to raIse funds above the and .
t |in }1892 for book filed with convincing operand state .
I 4iqng (Washington croup the Savannah physicians is thfijn proof.T&W. county tax to increase the school privilt-ges aodoppon "
1-- would probably attract the greatest the growers, and, of course, the; one making that of a negro woman whq is turningwhite. B.Raider,liviug seven miles from Ath unties\ in aid sub-distiict; and also for HORSE SHOEING acc( rdip to Scieniifie Principle. .i\:
the best terms is the most apt tQ get L ens, Ga., writes: 'Tor several years I suffered the purpose of electing three School Trustees in J _
: crowd of \ Df. SheftalJ ha the as. The and for S-iia bub-district at which election only ._ ,
j on account its being the the largest share of the ? with cuLLing ulcers. which doctors treated and I J
crop The cpm:; ray payers on real or personal property within '
I national capital and a city that ev- petition in the handling of the crop wil|; woman's name is liachnel peWillis. She pronounced incurable. A single bottle of B. B. the corporate limits. of said. Town, of otarke' will :PACE 1-
be.enticed\ \ to Vut GARDINER
lives in amacraw. Her face and neck B.did me more good than ail the doctors. 1 sss
1 pry one wants to sec. lint really doubtless result favorably to the producer kept on using it and every ulcer healed." The Board'th of Public Instruction :
have peeled and hem skin is n; white as for County of Bradford..
I Chicago is tbe place where tbe exposition and' brine him better returns than an}' D. C. Klnard & Son Towaliga Ga:. writes: State'of Floniia. .
and place in the I thai of u Caucasian. Her entire body i is "We Induced a neighbor to' try B. B. B. for catarrh Attegt: 'D. L. ALVARTZ
'T previous crop. avenues STAKKE Bradford
should be held. is i o. L. HILL, Cliairiau.b.cretaty. Qou.nty Florida
Chicago. of trade and commerce T.9e. cash than undergoing the wiii.e change, and if it which he thought I incurable, as it had resisted .

: _:1F the most wonderful city on the has been realized on oranges for continues she will soon have passed from all treatment. It delighted him.und eon SUuke, Flonda. Sept..2d. 1889.FloridaTrunk. A
years.
t I globe and i is alone we1! worth a trip the, African to the Caucasian 'race, so {ar tiuul g its use he was cured sound and well."
The State is being canvassed
by representatives R. M. I-awso.i, East Point Ga..writes: "My REAL ESTATE
ns color is concerned. Line. AGENTS.
? 47f from Europe to see.. It has gained a of various organizations au'} individuals wife had Kcrof jiU 15 years. he kept gj wing

I Dr. Sheftall, .. was. called in to treat the worse. She lost her hair and her skin broke out
; ;:"i- -V population of one million during its to secure shipments us it IIC'terwas
.. i \\oinan abouthrer.'., w eks ago, und site fearfully.). Debility emaciation and no appetite. CENTRAL >
before and the result -
miy that "
alf-century existence. It is prove -
fully was tbcn iU.t "bf inning. to undergo the followed. After physicians and numerous ad fLORIDA
able to take care of the world's exposition orange. growing i in Florida does* hwY change. Her vertised mc'lininf failed I tried B. B. B.. and R. ft. !
The discouraged grower: owing\ \to poor i: nrn.y niynepljj were ts.Iydaric1 her recovery was'rapidand complete." Formerly the r. It. Ac N.Co. ORANGE GEQVES,1

I )' J in 1892. We say, Chicago returns year after year may now t.tku; on I l h\lt\ lir fnce was becou, uc A'llile.: \ Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md. wnttw: "I suffered Standard-- Time rued.-June. 2, 1889.

new life and return to his and t The bklu wui dropping II iff in small fiaken I from weak bnck' and rhe matl:m. B. B. -3 I T rSOUTIIERX V'Ii l'-_ t .
groves
ir .. The Farmei8, Alliance does, not. them allention- and \the Wnmuu'sbody was spotted at one B. hag proven t) be the only medicine that gave 9 0)-p'll 06 HILv j Fernnndina ArI3 tp 8 30 a IMPROVED FARMS
: again give good instead ofabapdionn.ent f n t"i\) i11 4 aL\' Ar'' I .
i :: fI me relief. JackiOn! 150p 610 a ,
local
This
propow! to fight thq merchant, and. make them a profitable time. Ire way however to u 6 :341 IV n.r."ILY.Janan Al IMP 640 a I
) t '. but tiuply i intends to their : \\liite skin which she bn q retnineil.\ 'Flitwoman's LADIES 880pis42pLv: &Idwlu'rlUp 500aI1)
purchase source qf i in tana e instead of an outlay Needing 9.topic. or children that want building. P1 27 pi!Al.awtey ArIl M a 3.1%a : WILD: LAND8
:I r goods for the least money and. sell I without hype of remuneration. The health has been poor ever bince8be Up, Ihould take tmr.51I l41.tr Starte Ar 1a 310a1033pl N ,
2p\r! Wado Ar(10 52 5Oa1121)pl t
BROWN'S IllOBf Bl-rTl1. u
beian white. Her skin has
thc r prpduce at. the highest possible sign are brightening all uloug.tle.\ orange: to tutu It is pleaxant to take. cures Malaria. Indigestion :I'r. p.Ar Hawthorne Al'loI23a' 2 OIl& -; :
? been aa tight as it was possible for it to ,and. Biliousness. All dealers keep it. 110 a 1 42pAr Ocala Ar 'SI 07 P \.'Ul a "ooo.ooo Acres laud '
of
.. price. But they are combined belt and the hope is for. good sides and. ;1 3 SO al! 4.pAr.: WildwoodLuevburg Ar' MOO a 20p fcelougtog to tle FIOBIPASOUTH
against be. nnirers perfectly -
Her are paralyzed, Qlia60)a$
GIUpjAr Ar 1l15a TaOp7IW
: and arge profits this beaion.-Metropolis. Many PersonsAre 640 ?>'Ar Ta.r Lv 110 a BUN ll&ll WAY: CO. distFib led throughout the state alla
: monopolies tru .. When I -'. 1 i and up to u short lime ago she was unable broken down from overwork or household 9 42'I Ii'l Pr Orlando Lv 54.IBI 4 (00 p P ,

1 r the I Icjcal 1 merchant will: sell at the The Farmer's Alliance. 1 to raise ber arms. She i is growing much it *rM Brown's Iron Bitters 31 I I TAMPA DIVN. I i :307tOp extending southward from the 5o th boundary of ( eorga to fort Uirrellt

... pripe ihe Alliance man pays and will 1 14b The object of the F rmcu' Al'iance.' : better of late however and it i is thought rebuilds of bile the and system cures,aids malaria.digestion Get the removes genuine.excess Lv Jacksonville Ar I 8 lOa i in Monroe county. .

expressed in word is education she will entirely recover. SOUa Lv Wlldwooa Ar I 845p .
one tbe
\ buy the Alliance man's produce and I L 540 a Ar Panasoffkee Ar I 8' P
: word used iu its best. pure.t and broadest; Will she be white then? That 1 is the NOTICE. 610a1 Ar Sumtenrille Ar I 730p Liberal Terms and Special
the full market value? 715 a Ar Catharine Ar I Inducements are ojfend to
for the
pay C4op
AH indebted
: persons to the estate of Sarah .
\ that who has heard
question cverybady of !
education
sense; that will read from the : Ponds. decease-1. will come forward and make soaI Ar lAcoochee Ar I II II)P
c : t earn; liiert the Hill trade will return cradle to the courtH..and will-'give'us ibe CASt is asking.' The case has attracted fmttediate'settlement. And all person* holding 8i.'a Ar Date Orty Ar I51p 'NA FiD .SET11.ARa$ .
10 30 at tAr Plant City LT I .
claims against said estate will present them duly 400 P __ f3i
: I. to the local merchant.: No Alliance better homes, better schools, better much attention in the western part of tbe authenticated within the time required by law, l3 I 13 I CEDAR KEY [). I 14 I 2i m_

; A man i is pledged to purchape from any politics better legislation and better administration city and thousands of people especially or ery.this notice will be plead in VANDIE bar of L.their OBIGER recov 6UOa iimii45 240p alLy Lv Jacksonville Waldo Ar ArIIOS5pI lEOp 6 10 a- ,utl- Acres of Williams. and Sw ami's land and lands o\\

t I particular firm or corporatIon' but of the laws; education twill colored..people, go to see: the woman -September 12th,1889. AdmiaUtrator. 10 7 45 Ma 3'll P Ar Gainesville Ar 9 40 a 340p230p: S ID'I A., Swann, situate on both sdts of the Florida Railway and NavigtiCV

:j he iu bound to get tbe most give us. better methods. in the home Such a case has never been reported itSavaunaib limoDUG a UI 4 412p 43 ph Ar.r'. Bronaon Archer Lvt Ar 825a530a 7 4 8 l.1213. .p. tioi t .

goods on the farm. in the storeroom, in the) before, D,. Sheftall says.-Sav.. .. 1 O0plAr Cedar Key Lv : Hue 9f. Railroad betwee, *? Fernandina: ;oq/the Atlantic cpast, a ,

-t : I for the ll.Cn.Vh. will: blame. market places) ; education. that will do News.. 9 I 1 I WESTERN DIVN. 2 I 10 C<. taJ Keys, on the. Gulf o( M xjc t. '. t .
7 TO 7 16 aiLv
him? -- STORE pi Jacksonville 3 45 p; 845p
f:
away witti every specie* of gambling in Ct-ol"ra la'I hi&a 8 XI p1| 8.00 aIM Baldwin Ar 300p 148 -
U .. ,
36 Ai1 '
lOpI
a Lake City Ar 128p'1122s -
v lucrease .ud'- Decrease.T4c the products of I labor' that will give the Dr. F. p.. Larke. of Rogers City Mich., US8p027'aAr140aill2aa| LW\ O"'i Ai2&ioI5( $a I

llarriw-a administration fullest free.lona or trade consistent with savs the epidemic of last year in PresqueIsle !Ar Madison Arfll'8aI8lSp ORAN6. EflOVS anUi mnDVEBH8MS/ .
is at last 4 l' ]! plAr Slontfcellp Lv to(tea !
i>. I" in which 525a
cnun so
the general welfare that will y many persons! I -
Us secure 6fOa'ZfrZp1Ar( T&Jabassee 901.!
ojwnine the L-V 3 an
Ui fact
eyes that a
a tjl\e ithanr aaonbl for labor aud fair l lost their lives was choleric dysentery in- I I'lQola 8(B piAr' :' Qvmcy400ptArRiverJupct Lvj SOQisI 160 a' A PECIALTlfi
compensation
: cinl ctuidition. ; of the country needs to sLed of cholera, as firt reported. He 92) al 2'GA& 12ma.TraIII8 ,

: \lave. pome attention directed to it. even if profits on its productions; education that used Clmmherlain'a Colic. Cholera and NOI .*' T- 8, U, 10. I'dally.. Nos.S d'f
the will give the farmer an even chance with Diarrhoea Remedy, and, say \\l ccdcdwhtic 4, 23,2430 daily except Sunday 31 cfcrf. except f CPparnpz t, wpc4
:
ahiug. applicants for post, office ap- all oth'er remedies Not u' Monday._ _ ___
his fellow citizen in of faVeQ.
department
\ every FERNANDLSANo AN1 JACKSOSfVILLE _
5 |intmfnl8 njuot withhold their ;imiwrtynity single case was Inst'iri which it 'was used 'R'CH. --
:' for a iwason. l life and work that iU' aid him in i his This remedy is the most reliable and most 60. ICn. & 8.5ttit NO.8L LQlt; $ )

I : Within the pa&l two months Uie public farm work, in.Ills. buness\ affairs, in auccessful' reinedy known for colic cholera 845a430pLv1005a60dpAr Jackll9nvlU Fernandina Ar lv 7ia 800p 430b WfrtcQl )Utl

debt hu lJccu iucreaaed trade in politics, \in law, ; education. moi bus. dysentery, diarrhoea and Trains NOlI. 5.and Odally. :cept. SU1fdav. Nos.
over |7.000,000 .
bloody flux. 23 mind 50 8'and 8t Sund..y owy. '
tb'l1t will build agriculture on' cput. bottles for T. L. GASKLXS
l while: the surplus has been reduced abou briefly up sale by Rivers & Joiner., aug9tf 7:15 a.m.. New OrIoa lIhorteN d i
k $20.000.000 a high, broad level. where formers sl}all DEALRJl IK quickest line t Middle and West
: floridsyomnti
total of
making a nearly $28.-
.. 000,000 on tbe wrong vide of the ledger. be in all respects abreast with. th.e, fore There was a terrible epiderojo of dysentery Drugs & Medicine. and 1ensacola 7!:
If the adminUtratiou concluded that the most men of,the time. -Ex. and bloody &u' $ in Pope county .4vUle. oiit omertr.NaahviUe._8t.Louis. Cin r : ; i( StoreS
111 .-- : Lihnois, last Bummer.. Ag. many as five cinnatl,ChicaKOtaod alf poinl* Prth. aid West. Brt
; .i demand tpr "reducing the surplus'meant deaths 'occurred 'in'o.ne day. MessrsVadter Starke. .. ,, Fiae, Arrive at 2.4.5 P alld5 p OJ
11-5 rr
President Harrison at the Log Coheg. P Mall aotl Express, 01'aU points South
to shovel it out of the treasury: rather Celebration.Last or r Bros. of Waltersburg: sold oVer 7Phys1c1aU8* GaIneaville. O aI. lesburg, Tayare. -aponka
380 bottles of Chamberlain's Chbl- PreseriptioasJarefully Orlando. PanlUiplfk e St.
;T- than Cojic ( Catbaripe). Dade City
forrectiou
u ot the methods
by Plant Ctv. .
President ArrfYe8
atl5)
Thursday.the atW.Dd ami DJarrlio p in.
Remedy this
era \ during
which it .Compounded at alt hour- diiv 'If I 700 p m Local connects : *
is MI unjustly wrung from. the the celebration of the epidemic and h ltrd"of its through for all points pJ
Log College, under say \hey oe. er 1Iig & SoutIL Ocala, (Oainesvilte Lee&bu Tawes JI
:
people by taxation and dumped into the the auspices of the Presbyttrj ofPhiladelpliiH. faIling in any cu>e. wh.eo, the diiections Orlando, Tarpon Springs Southeflaivi, St. Pe- .
: treasury.* it misconceives the situation as were fcIIow; l. Jt W.as \the, only medicine tenburg and Tampa. Arrives at'IOa in. ;. i
North in Bucks ::J It 45 a m fn\11berland Route
county. used that did cure the worst cas !. Many Expre,connects I .
.t''r j; iuoscly as It adjudges the demand for at l'erDandina with steamer City of Brunswick
The exercises of the day were I really persons were cured by it after tlm doctors DlSfATCH! dally for Brsipsylck. Macon Atlanta Chattanooga
: ; .". civil service reform. 1 commemorative of the founding of the had given them up. 25. and 50'ceijl. bottles LouIsiIe Clncinnat St. Louis and- iO $fu ana :
: The for sale & Joiner: FtGRIDA &iIWII 'I ChlCqo. ArivestOpni. it iS
surplus the QOV1E
is Uy'Riverj 1
'. treasury now Presbyterian Church in the United States. 'Y : : Li 4&t P m Fernandina Mail and Express daDv !

-. alMtut |43,500,000.; A mouth ago the The Log College was established in 1742: AugSif-' AlLIANCE except will steamt Sunday.!S ,Connecting Nicholas for Tuesday ftnd Fritlay
HavfLlUlah
L .. surplus was nearly $C6UOOOOO., The fact ; Thursday with and way .
', .tt when Princeton College was founded and SundaySchool BkJbl D&J. Undinp Mallory steamen lot Wb41u
thnt ttut receipts the government bince Ten Cents USEE" lUCIIG bras UNItED IXTO QBE Arrive 850 a m. SUl day train t odsJ. iac". jj1ENT'
.: I il. may be raid that the Princeton institution ( 'per'Member./ I-C leaves Jackwavl) 8 45 a in.
.-June SO,have exceeded by $500.000 the of learning from the Superintendent Sunday-School, : 1\ gt-PACE ILLUSTRATED PAPER OFtRSURPASSEO This ne.w!r'Yi'ff *}vetT Perfect connectons.at!
sprang up Baldwin
for *1
: .. .: h'.is ftixipu during tb e same petiod in 188S. primitive college established by Ten nan t. Dear Brother-Ovv-ug to 1h hea.vy demand 'tSTABLISHEJB EXCELLENCE.: 13?.9., Via via Caliahan*to all poiot point.North North EastTod-West.East an(West $ AND? SQYS'! HAt fOQ: ANJ WOES AN
enlisted the the A. R. o Fernandjoa. connecting
with
.: president's. .attention. on 8 U> supply poor steamer City
: t t. Curing the mOL ths of July and August, Twenty-five thousand_ puple.were Sunilay-Schools.! ) ana owing to the scarcity _:i Leidiri;: Apricutnf tad. Rztie : I or and Bnmll\Wjc'lr aU point NoIth or Brunswick and West. Ma 6 u'Aynta, ..
present and the President'madc. them ot.the fund for this it i1Jnl Taper of the Gulf States.
has FINE
1. ; \ 1iij8'. uuder President. Cleveland's admin- purpose, A. O. Ma. Qonn.1I ci.qz'H4NG.
a speech. been decided to appeal to the il4 D. E. Maxwell, 'r.'A. .
Sunday G. 1':&
: : istrnibn i:4AT: 4i'VJJr1.vtj jirg,_: :
: ihcic WHS.a decrease in the public Schools for aid In Ihu work. ..' Oen anager.U .. ]

4-. debt $12.000.000.. and a surplus of Deafness Can't be Cured Fot this purpose the Fpujth Sunday in I I77JLITjri'. ; I N. S. 'E'nin .atanaiter.on, > I \ ; '
.W ...,.. ei&4
; about $108.000,000No manipulating of by local application. ap they (cannot reach September September 22)).has been wt for E'4 ..ry.-sh..t''f.'4&e.aIoe. .J-V..*.rlrth.. "'1'1.:,...... I I'A'li''Ij\ I: : '. ,AI1B'4/ \ : h \
; the dlllu lake collections in all 'uur OO'.r itvetsi ii.: f.o' "H "; 1 'I .1 'j I'vA'l\A-'I-: !
figures cin cover up tins record siuc i.is i. the diseased portion of the cnr. Inhere is : : ..,! .! yu.!, ; $ 'ron 'I ; I
;. I only one way to cure deafness, and that schools in Alabama and Forida.! It seems :,?. :-. 11..10:, gleanul from i it .
tbe'treasury t..n.lol ,
; Ir.i**St. *d ...
statement, as to that there O n iit.nt 1+> t.
us a
e'many' ,. .
reasons
is constitutional remedies. Deafness why i.l.4. ... .
by .10.,1" I"I.-1da .1 oUt. I, .,
!. 1;. ..:., lsI.l..1p the treasury departtiicnt. in ie cziied by an inflamed condition fo the every school in Alabama and Florida ..:1.._&4j.M.s I.%ure4 P4.tb.nI. Uj P. o. :ttrILDtNG#

f .:: 'W. "rim. ,-8Lfnion.Lutiurers mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube. "hnl.Ub84fV. thin day. ampmg these. -- -. ,
It) '. .. When ibis lube gets inflamed you have a reasons I submit the following c1 LOOK AT OUR PREMIUMS L!IY.lun'i. : J
Li F 1st. This collection would M ebi.. DMi... -_. -__ .! .._-
around : .
: a. new. building in rumbling sound or imperfection hewing supply Jla.e!. .., .....' .OD. I. .
hundreds of that raow. TII.L" .
: and when it is'entirely closed. Deafness I Sunday-Schools are des- rr BIIUKU ,
f'II'u Ihtt other day vere.amazed uc w nk ibn UWM ih price cbarta'
to find ... .
D
li'ule of the Bible .r4i m .
and .pa.
is the result and unless the inflamalionct unable to supply J3 RSSkQki4 I -
!
ti
conld 1 .
bey not r hold
\ release their
on a themselves. ""
guy i be taken out and this tube restored I huW-rlptloB S3 Yu.-r-
,u.* nft\ derrick. Tte foreniao t.houl. tn it* normal condition hearing will b* 3d.. It would greatly assist the.A. B. i S, : On trial fn..Three per : f BOOKS, SITATIO.VAUY OF 41Li; DS GENT81blt
!d tci them tn go td.'work BudL tln-yirepUid destroyed forrvrr. ; nine case out of ten in supplying thousands of children I in.. :4 Months SO jf uEPECIMEH t ,

Uiey oujdn'i. ,IJf Ijccflcj t .' I Alabama and Florida who t4 COPIES FREE.CIIA8. _ _ .
I
I :$ u>eaiiuw.r. 'I MIX eiu.'iIly cftinrrb. which I is nothing: never had a .
3 '
4 Hjid rolling to tha cpc$." grape
In- guy H. Ib'p lnd rlt111"* 1I1.1U. ". Kurfaci'F.V.; wijl give One Hundred I Heathen children in the dark ]JacVsouville, Fla. WATCHMAKER : .s,

-.* ,tiun $iterfeolj I liut'ji*' 'WAS und4e l tl/i/ > fur any case of Deafness, (caused J I places of the. earth 'are calling for. the' -r-AJfD-- '.
the dit'we'.f the truuuta a live by 'ratalrh.'thai) we caniiot cure by I I j I} Bible. 1iaii'r SEA-SIDE LIBRARY, AND FINE 'CIGARS.r
:
wlrh : wire that hnd cro se;uy klug lI n'R Catarrh Cure. Send Cpr I' 4th. 3ea Cents from eack SundaySeho. '.md* ;. paIIIIDJpa'I'IJ WLEB- ..
I..nl tl't- connect: ion was ulII.ccUfmtltHy r circulars, free. l -a'IU .eg. ----- I
> scaylar would thousands ltUl' UOJI2uiit ,Ui1W"g'
'arry of r
tl".t.n un 1 all the men H,TC relratwu.,. tf P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Bibles) audi .q PeATp1 aq nJA .JOJU 'OJOQl1I3'UJOJJ STARKE. FLA. SUDSCRIPTIOXS RECEIVED
FOR
TettametiU to these .4 ANY
little 1 the worse cur their exn ricnc,. Toledo;: O. nurkcted-'I' zuiiTimi _alDCWH i tojji pat eIOt(1 pay I I I 4.pec1alattentIon Clocks rjven to repairing Watchea 4Clled and prompt aitention PAPER OR' )IA v ?*NE. OrdS

mo..JJ'Dtvt and Jewelry. ote.. 1tC' .AU. work dop e given to s.'pie. .
p I at acpn..b! prices toe eiab. STLIZ.a,. Fl*.. January 18, 1W8. .*
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w. J 8proRj> COUHTY TEHS/PH\ I I A remedy for hard time buy hold wedding is reported to be "AlfctHee; photographed in. Ofce-U-nth : ..BURY .WUIGflTCAPTrED; !, 1 : T'D

) your goocU at on the tapis. of, a second by Owen.. ...... '('-.I.r jl Hoy .wfc. broke lisleTruby

Tniby, Sternfacrg'&; Co. Th past week bas been excellentfor Mr. R. H. Anthony county secretary ,I MM$*.rwbvrg a HesurlsMC.4 C.s, &i 4 i,.r* I D UL .

: Starke, }'&., 8.pt. go, 1869. We will sell clothing cheaper. working strawberries.Trnby of the Farmers' Alliance, was .Monday nWejtog )Ir. L D< Wall 1 rod-s I ; : .

_- than any bonoe in the connty. Sternbnrg & Co. are fixing in the city last Saturday, looking into town rompunkd by Hwnry:Wrudit.a ; I .

Local affaIrs. I Vuby, S rpburg'& Co. tin their building for the new cotton after alliance matter, colored '!*>v. who was charged with I i I -

Just received and constantly' receiving gill. I Have you seen the circulars ad breaking In'.. Trul>v. S) emljurg. & C..."' )IANM0Tfl. ..' ,; :,

,: a fine assortment of fresh Rev. Mr Proctor, evangelist from vertising business N. J. Jones. More on the night of l last Aug.!23-i. 31r.1 .".........-,....

I.' groceries at R. M. Alvarez Lake Duller, wan in the city this I Mr. Jones in a hustler and is. deter- Wall made the arrest at Jilck''BHtclf ; ....-I' f....

.. Anything in the dry goods line at week. mined to sell the goods.? I logging camp a'-ou. ten miles 'tbit side of I '

i'f Hpee I al. i G Aliaroz. Circuit court for this county will Owen, the photographer,. i is now Green CovejSprings.; The jrisoncr was :' '

isG It is with pleasure that we announce There U 110 town in the State that convene en Tuesday, the 1st dar of in Starke, prepared to do the finest brought ls4re County Judg Malphursj DRY-GODIDS

sells goods any lower than Starke, October work in the state. Everybody call for exaoiintiion. Col. 1... B.,lUlu!es appeared -

to our many patrons that we I. and no firm in Starke offers. a better Strawberry planter were delight and examine his work as he will remain for the] prosecution .and J. T. .r

stock lower than here but a few Wills for the; defence. The 'inininAti'
or prices days. t
,
have ed with the shower Wednesday
(again) made heavy
arrangementswith & Co. occupied the of Monday af'rr-
Truby. Sternberg The celebrated l Capitol and Ken- grniter part

: POWDER that wide-awake, illustrated r* t $ The night. Farmers' Alliance tacky Jewel stoves are sold exclusively noou and alf of Tuesday. A'great m.uij STOR \ -

:Saved:; at county & Co. witnesses wre examined. J.;W. lIo4gs
farm by buying goods by Truby, Sternbnrg
Absolutely Pure magazine, the AMERICAN trill meet. at Lake. Butler on Thursday
Truby JSternbnrg and Co. Oct. :3, We have: a few lookout stoves swore that tie emit and shirt found in the

TbU powder nerer varies. A marvel of pMrity, FARMER, published at Fort \\ayzie, Job lot of Hosiery at I which we will offer cheap.Trilby store the night. of the robbery* were 1 tlu :'1rl l
.. and wboleaoments. More economical Mr. D. Q. Cole has erected a large
Ctrengui SlIme sold byhini to this sameboyHenry "
ban iii ordinary kinds, and ca not be cold in Ind. and read I Truby, Steruburg and Co frame addition to his house Sternbnrg fc Co. \
by near swurl
competition :with the multitude of low test nearly 200,000 W nlthl. Mr. Floreus : l&at the .
Abort weight alum or phosphate powden. Sold Old newspapers for sale at this Temple's mill. Wht.tke G. 8. A F.II. R. Will B.. jjim
only In c*"s ""Rojrjg BAJI.IXQ iWocm Co., 1J8 farmers, by which that office 25ct hundred. shoes were the snme !sold by tn
a
great publication Mr. J. II. Moore, of Lakeside, reports LEADS : ;
Mr. J. of
Will street Nev York. C. Stoughton, manager Wright. Other evidence was i introduced, TIfE t
u, 'will be Every department iu our store is the Burrin House in great progress OI the new railroad. lie ; *
mailed direct. FREE, at Lawtey, was all of which puljts plainly to "Wright as
ACHING full to overflowing with new goods says that the entire roadbed is graded .
It Teeth the .
piled M"d pw- to the address of any of our sub at price lower than ever. Wednesday. from Palatka to his place and the ties laid the guilty part). Judge MalpUuM :deemed
y & Co. received it sufficient to buld him the
erred jrih- Truby, Steruburg to next term
.%.owtdeatrUuku scribers who will come in and pay Truby. Sternburg & Co. this week a solid car load of stoves ready for the iron which is being: laid of circuit court which convenes on the TRADE\\ 2
uf DelVes A word to,the wise is enough- from Palutka as fast ns p isib1.. He
direct from the
factory. 1st of October. In default of |5OO bond
bce..edTeeth up all arrearages on subscription buy your goods at things the track will be ready and trains ,
Capt. H. F. York andMai. M.\ L. be was committed to jail. ,- ,
: Truby, Sternburg & Co. running in time to move fie: large
crop .
'1UCC8111fully and one year in ad van 30 from date, McKinney were in the city Monday iObilnary.. j i '
treated. Tn'en you want anything in the and Tuesday of this week. of oranges gathered in his neighborhood 1
i; PIVOT TEETH adjusted in an artlatjc and to any new subscriber who will Hardware line go to this fall. A station will l be made at this Died at residence in l'ILStSt ke on -

aud Berriee&bla manner, I Truby. Sternburg & Co. Mrs. J. L. Frazee is spending a point and great city is expected to grow the ni[ht of Sept. 18. Mr. faints W. :ITT : : :
m Advance This is few weeks with her grandmother at Adams with Typho-malaria Fever <
pay ong year a Furniture at reduced at up. Land can be bad cheap if taken at i ..
-
t WM. M. DEH/RT, grand opportunity to obtain a first Truhy, Sternbnrg prices& Co. Mandarin, on the St. Johns river. once Last MonGay was pay day for the Mr. Adams has teen ailing all s ummer .

The heavy rains of two weeks ago railroad company and hundreds of dollars but did not cull himself sick. ,About two ,.. r
A full and stock of .
complete
PENTIST SpRU.CE3T-, STARKE. class farm gar done more damage to the weeks be was obliged to and
-- journal freu. Tho den seeds from the most reliable county changed hands so rapidly tLal the whole ago giveHip;
roads than can be repaired in a long take to tbe bed and was a ; sii)c man
atmosphere wa alive with silver coins. very
AU tt>e most approved styles of P&ATK 'AUKBUMV FABMBE seed house in the United States, at DRYGOODS1FIGUES
IB a large 16- II gut'. from the star attuitiiiti
P.4iu GUM. Every was
WORK including PP&E J. G. Alvarez.Strawberry All kinds, of produce was disposed of and
) i.okaniid cracked PtATEs mended Work on the Walnut street ditch for the laborers given him by hifi loving familji ami kind
atrong and smooth M when first made page journal, of natural circulation, growers will please paid by hungry at a good '.
has commenced in friends but h. gradually!) W"I IC -
good earnest. profit to the grower. The great benefit grew
take notice that several loads of
Teeth Extracted Without Pain or which ranks..amoqg tbe loading agricultural Wando fertilizers car This will be a mcst valuable piece this! new line of road will be to Bradford til he breathed his last on Morwiay1: un-I it.
arc kept constantly
: Danger, of work. county is a thing easIly imagined. Just I Tbe funeral was h.hl on TueI y and -
I
Terms CASH. papers. It treats the on hand by J G. Alvarez.
will think of 40 miles of inilrood opened remains deposited in Crosby Cemetery.
New fall atj I Orange College open as a up .
goods arriving daily
r of in I free school James W. Adams was born in. Bradford -
Oct. Starke
ORANGE COLLEGEIs question .economy agriculture Truby & Co. 1. has two through Bradford county and the numerous
Sternbnrg
as good schools as can be found in little cities that will spring up alongits county, I'a., In 1886, but moved
STARKE.located FLORIDA at and the rights and privileges of that SHOES* are always sold cheap at the state. course to help pay our taxes and con with his people when but a child to CORRECTLY MADE
& Co.INDISPESIBLF4 .
and vast body of citizens-American Truby, Stcrnburg Capt. J. N. Jones has so far recovered sume our,produce. Better markets will Elmira N. Y,, where be lived until few
kJ88lon OD ;d. JJ89, FOK :STRAW:;
IWpnl a Dille motha' sept. bck. He was married Elmira: :1
r- with from his recent severe ill- be opened; cheaper treight rates will be yean WONT ME.

'A SCIENTIFIC.: MUSICAL, MATHEMATICALPBAtm i'armerwhoae industry is the BEKRY GROWERS: Planet Jr. ness as to be able to walk up town obtained and greater dignity will be givento in 1854. Abut four years ago he moved t!"
r
AL cousss; OBr
)(D atTruby.
I implements, our 1 be the line with iiis family ftp Norfolk Va.. where !:
J1STRPLTJON. every morning. county people along "
basis of
; all material and national :Sternburg:; & Co. -
Tcmojrwt* MoirrHt-Primary. $1 AO. toterme4iaie Mr. J. M. Henderson the photographer of the new road may well feel jubilnut at they resided but a short time when they
,p. o. HUber.$3((80. Instrumental Music Small hams at J. ( Alvarez. Jl
pig T. '
moved tarke
where resided:
.
Its they ever
prosperity. highest is their
bright
C3.00.. Use of Instrument $1.00. purpose is still in the land of the prospect
F PBKB: TERM Car load of corn and oats just arrived since. Mr. Adams followed the vocationof
Oat. living and doing a land office business Starke Let tile figures on tny goods<< tell what
Or /to Mouth to County Pupils Begins the elevation and of Literary and Athletic Aaiorla
ennobling Alvarez.
Agriculture J. G.
% at lion. a farmer: aU} bk life he WItS a plain 'J
,..t. 18/1e. in the picture line. I am doing in the way of bunwaC'tU

n Tbe OxxxJ Principal Board at$8 will.00)take per week as pay for school expenses through the higher and We defy any business house to The pest office building has been Last Monday evening a large number of practical man |nd bad.. a. great many boodle bubble of inflated prices.. tlj prices

Firm Produce and Stopk and will give show a better stock of goods and thc )'OUDg people of Surke met at the friends. He :l leaves -.ji. wife and three j show it la to article for
jt possible a good
II successfully moved to make room get "
all advance.
{ for Cast
)
err low rate broader education of and offer them at low prices as we do. residence of Mrs. Witkovski for the children Ida loss ,. '
; rlccLTi:-<}. P. Yooso. Principal and teacher men wo. as for Morgan Brothers' brick pur- to mtiuui WHIl&m.! the a low price. ;I
new
t .. ,
In the Higher Department. Miss ELLEK DATW, Sternburg & Co. or association '..'
Truhy, pose organizing an for the elder. U located<< at Elmia: N. 'k.- Rufus
tesc'b-rln Intermediate partuwpt. Mrs. men engaged in its The block, wInch will be built at once.
f p. L TujaiufAH.tjeachpr lIa the Primary Departpunit pursuits. Stoves very low at J. G. Alvarez. general amusemeut, entertainment literary and Sadie are ,with their m the;'. The i -

;1& and in Music. All teachers are Graduates.' regular subscription price of the GFNTLEMEN-Don't buy your Communications'ater than must be receivednot .and physical improvement of the bereaved family have the sympathy of .

ri hats shoes Wednesday night to )oung people''of Starke and also for the friends in SUrke and vicinity.
T clothing or furnishing and
,
A Few Goods Left. be inserted in the same week's I deal In reliable goods not trash .
viiiEBiOAX FARMER is $1.00 i paper. Qf"a'
- stock and
per until our and organization; equipment lawn
see
goods you i Correspondents will please Strk. lisNilut.. believe those:who study the Interest of
., A Remnant orroy l re SU>c of FUR.JJITTJBB year. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co. bear this in mind. tennis club. On motion Miss Maude Prof. S. D. Cawlhon. the recently their pocket book will patronize the '

can be ound at U. D. Miner's Will bo opened in a few days- We short Powell Was elected temporary president. elected principal of Starke Intitule informs house that sells the best goods for the least _<:
t From any one number ideas can be The largest and best selected stock i want a newsy letter and N. D. Waiuright was elected temporary -: that he has secured assistant >';!
jjewelry Store next door to my old from every part and corner of this us as money, ifjlhere is any virture, In full '

tacd. which wU) be sold cheap to close worth thrice the subscription price of goods ever brought to this market county every week, and Wil1AlM"R'M secietary. On motion the president Miss Jennie IL Duon a graduate of the standard goods at low prices I mean to be ,
J. G. Alvarez. appointed a committee of three consisting
put I alP determined to close opt the at be glad if people will repolrlocal West Florida !State; Normal College and master gf the'situatton. :
.tl: of Messrs. J. L. Frazee. N. D.
. \ (v balance of this Stock at any price. Pon't to you or members of your household STRAWBERRY GROWERS events of inortance.Mr. Wainrightand an experience'" teacher.
E; "*. ATTENTION Just received Miss Kate Livingston to draft a constitution -
one With Prof Cawthon : Miss
forget to caJl3Q.d w If there \B anything as principal. .
YET YOU GET IT FEKE.- Call Geo. V. Adams, brother of I
want. car load each of dark and bright for the government of tbe association Dixon as assistant; and Mrs. J. I*.

I"** you cotton-seed meal, Wilcox & Gibbs' the late J. W. Adams, of this city, which committee retired, drafted Tume in (the music the
and department
C. W. BUNKENBURG, see sample copy.Heiberger arrived Wednesday from Norfolk, I buy only for cash and buying goods
Truck Farmers' Special, Wilcox & a constitution and repotted same. The school will 30th
open' Sept. inst. us a
.-4 STARKE FLA. Va. Mr. Adams came one day after fP1the
h e Gibbs' excellent Georgia Standard his brothpr' buried. constitution was taken up and considered public free schotjl under the most favor- :

.A TTErrTJON'"I:: :;; :: and Armour's Pulverized Bone, all nmains were and after u few amendments which were abe! auspices. It is hoped that the pa- c'

. & Richard, of which will be sold at manufacttu- The Fruit Growers' Associationof deemed necessary by a majority of the trons and friends of the school will see to ALMIGHTY

Strawberry Growers.The eit' prices, freight added. Starke received a car load of thel1ape's members, WHS unanimously adopted, and
Propi letors ot only grocery store in > it that there will be a full attendance of .
Truby, Sternburg & Cc. fertilizer last week. Three the following officeis elected: President,
Celebrated the city. : pupils! on the opening day Monday S>pt. '
and dollars per ton was saved to each Mss Kate first '
Livingston vice-president
Arrived Stoves piping ; 30th. inst. TiusTF.E8.
WII.COX&QIEE3S:: J. G. Alvarez.Sewing member by buying in this manner. Miss Mitude Powell;!second vice-president, -I
another load of the popuhir"sWEE'P .
car Highland Happening
Prof. J. M. Clemmons is teachinga Mr. J. L. Frazee N. D. \Vain-
machines cleaned and ; secretary
Truck Farmers Guano re
Special HOME FLOIJIt"This We are pleaseit to see the rain slip for .
is the only genuine and reliable flour has given perfect satisfaction paired. Apply'to J.. B. Davis, at the very Starke flourishing writing school at I right; treasurer,Miss: Ida Witkovski! and a while. .. ..t.CDOLLAR

STRAWBERRY FERTILISERon and the sales of it have exceed. store of R M. AlvaJ"(' In.-titute. Quite a number I after conducting the officers to their respective :Mr J. Karr has junt returned from a

the D1uket. ed our greatest expectations. Trya I A few more suits of fine clothing to improve. of our their business penmanship.men are trying !I places, the association was declared flying visit to his home in New York. J

Orders filled direct from the Factory, barrel. Heiberger & Richard. I at half price at J. G. Alvarez. I duly organized. Musts Lizzie and Kate Cook allli.Ida.
Miss Ella Rivers has returned A. committee consisting of lluscs Ida .
:
or growpfH supplied by i We have about 100 different stylesof Our stoihZif Wando and kajnit is ; : Hippie have gone to Jacksonville for a I '
from her summer visit to t triends Wilkovski Maude Powell and Bottle I
TRUBY STERNBURG A; CO., overshirts which we are offeringvery full, awaiting orders from "strawberry short pleasure: trip. t : tells the tale. No houje that buys goodson
and relatives in Miss
Ella
PTARKK, FLA., at ina-iufAeturtsrs Stern & O. J. G. Alvarez Georgia. Gnospelius was appointed on entertain- Mte Eliza 31i1l hew, from DitrherviHc! credit with .
i>ric s, freight added low. Truby, burg growers. has much improved by her extensive ment. '. a can compete me.Remember
The WiLCOX & GIBBS Guano Co.' \Y ANTE D.-I want a good A fine stock of candies and crackers who has been' ilting relatives in- High-
competent visit. Her friends welcome her backto ;
of all the business l before
Alter disposing
.
.
148 Street, Savannah Ga. .
i Bay Floridian school teacher. I at Walter Wills. Starke. land, has gone p> Starke for the jmrpcsc V w- -- "
: the association: a short while was devoted ..f
: do not like those fine northern graduates Pineapples, Bananas, applc!, lemons of attending school' at Orange College.:
OR SALE. and Mrs.
Mr. L. G. Cone, from to general am08Cm nt. after which
for Cracker schools. crapes, etc., just received at The strawberry workers are eri busy. 1 am the only*middle man .
Near CUy of Starke, Bradford County. \v. K. BENNETT, Walter Wills.A Tampa, spent all the week to Thursday the association adjourned to meet again and look to the future with grand pro that stand between joa and the manufacturer '
'Florida in the city friends and next : at 8 o'clock
among Monday evening sharp
I Highland,. Fla. fine stock of cabbage, apples, spects. | Having bought my goods direct
A GOOD ORANGE GROVE relatives. Mr. Cone is a Bradford at the residence of Miss Kate LivlD tone.
of PEACH, Photos $1.50 per dozen at the onions, potatoes, etc., at county boy, and Mrs. Cone was for- This organization of young people cannot Last Thursday 12 inst.. Mrs. i C. RMancel ly from the men who make them. II \
OF 260 TREES number .
Walter Wills. and Mr. Stewart Chapman;
were
TREES.5 GRAPE VINES. PLUM and tent. merly one of Starke's most charming hvlp but be of great benefit socially. .

PE\IJ TREES and other Fruits; a good Mr.Vjllie Duncan, of Tallahassee,. : A full line of ladies' dress and young ladies. A mutual interchange of Ideas (by the united in wedlock.. Rev. Kickliler pdlci'ttIng. -

U:MMe a id other buildings all in' good is now fif the city visiting with his at R. M. Alvarez. :, Tax Collector Hale was in town fulks necessarily expands both Ihe The many'riends wish thefti much .
goods young
!'P&ir. The land is well 1 cultivated; thegrove fancy happiness. Hurrah I girls or you Wilt be I own the store 1 occupy no big bouse
is lately let to strawberries. On mother. this week. He says that he will be mind and the heart. and a little innocent
corned beef in-.llUlk extra left. i rent to to be ad-Jed to the coat of
For
:#. ,:1: account jof other business will sell this Fbur nice ferrotypes for 50 centsat ready to collect the state and county amusement occasionally is just the spice! .I SrEMciunF.E. pay
perty.' For particulars address Lock Owens. fine mackerel and genuine cream license the first of goods and paid by my customers.
,1.i, p! promptly on needed to make life jog along smoothly. -
fk>x2Q; j jaugiQil cheese to R. M. Alvarez. The AlcNail PUt :\
go ctob.r and that all will be
The load of stoves hopes It is hoped that the o nlz\tioD.wiJ1: fully
Florida. car expected .
take. Editor TELOI'ttpn.-L lost ytW sent
Co. has and nice ready, to receive him. succeed in their Great .
-- bv Trubv.. Sternbtirff w & ar- Everything new at undertaking. possibilities $1.00 to the late W. P. Home and 01 un*

rQa: SALE, rived. J. G. Alvarez. Mr. F. M. Rivers was'inthe city may be achieved such as opens pound of the fecNeil pea. of Chichiplanted 1 am head salesman 4 general<< business

CITY Don't forget to read the big col. The handsomest line of ginghamsat this week. He reports lArk on the concerts exhibitions, amateur theatricals, a part in September a fe''r more manager which la another saving to my ...
FIVE 4-CRRS OP LAND in new railroad progressing along at a that will be of interest and instruction to
of N. J. Jonesin
umn advertisement J. G. Alvarez. in October the 'feat in November one- customers of at least $ OO.OO per year.
LIMITS. Uodpi rqbCltivat'QDe\ > | well. rate. Grading is commenced and their audiences well
lively themselves
as as
will
this issue. It pay you'to quarter acre in a11. The first planting was Special attention is called Iu tLe fact that
fenced wIt|*! of at Lake Butler anti track is being benefit to the association,
of
read every word of it. Mr. Jones Beyond the peradventure a pecuniary ; ready to pick atTlianksg iving. aid from 'my entire stock of gt-ods are new, no old
OIlElIfl believes in printers' ink and puts his doubt can find the prettiest line laid south from I-ake City. thus making purchases of books and oth- I < .
PR4Na. ; .fB4'R, you that time on until the first of June we stock uf any kind.

P1faid 4PPJE TrecsJ.I belief into practice. .. of prints ever seen in this city at Mr. L.W. Sayles, of Lawtey, paid er desirable things possible. dad plenty of peas besides! saving quantity -

( We positively assert that we havea J. G. Alvarez. onr.8apctum a pleasant call on Wed Starke Institute. of seed. The late W. PH.| rne said ._
-fn good WpU\ of good .
growing' COI1t1 Uon. b
larger stock of goods than nesday. Mr. Sayles is a strong be- of them "The best in the.woM' for ro.
and RRY A TC any Irii1pot.ato .s, onions and cabbageby The Starke Institute will open as a :
tater a STRAW r
Call two business houses in the county. the tt'a\inload at J G Alvarez. liever in the.Florida auction systemof public free school. &{I\. 30. 18 i. and will : bearing and that he bad raised 300 bu. My stock of Millinery consist of the

on, or address Truby, Sternburg & Co. marketing fruii. He is .of the be conducted according to the latest improved -i to the acre. They grow about'18 to 20 very latest in bats and trimmings.
: "- The old and reliable house for opinion that the business is methods of teaching.
; orange
to the tent and inches A peck is imfflcient sued for
Everybody go see I high.
'v. A. HANIEL8, cheese has "J G have better :Special: attention will tie given to all
SIrk1 Co Florid! the finest lot of photos in the state. sweet butter and too large not to management branches required prepare students for. an acre. They :Jiould be drilled 4 inches __ _,;f
rfg! the fro... than it has in the .
Alvarez" now
1 on shipp I
Jul tf stamped
Remember it to look. bu&iue&s.
costs nothing any ordinary apart iu row S frct apart. U each pea .

Owen. New stock of shoes at ers' bands. Faculty:-8. D. C&WTJlON. President:! throws out 4 to G stalks. The/ an a nat- I makes rxfinliy: of nice t fine drttgootlt.
T MRS J. L. TCKNKH. Teacher of Music. !
te Pqwell, M. D.> Dr. Breeding, of Glasgow, Ken J G Alvarez. We can suggest three different Such oilier instructors will be employed: ive Florida pea f ntl is said tn\ stand any .i.k ribbon sIlk plush and velvet

r ISIV44N AND SURGEON tucky, days: "My chickens are now ways for making fortunes ere in as will bo deemed necessary for the pro-. cold we have fbey should'h L about at a lower figure, lhanyou hvv formerly

thriftier, healthier, finer, larger, and Gents' and boys. fine hats cheap at Starke. The party'who will start a motion and progress: of the school. half a ton per acre of nome good fertilizer paid for the same good

STAR33, FL.QRIDA.Plants have beautiful plumage since I began J G Alvarez. : cannery here is sure to make a for- ('.r. of Thanks. drilled in and covered ten days before the

using 'Ganter's. -magic, chicken 30 City Lots for ale cheap tune, and so will he who puts up a We, the undersigned desire to thank planting. O. C. KKOX. -
Sale.
rl\ brry'
\
Fqr cholera: cure." Centrally located Apply \o T.$,. J. rice: mill. It is a pity indeed that our mnny friends in Starke and vicinityfor Highland, Fla.CLOSING. ..
One-quiner :Million well rooted Jones Starke Fla. from a lack of the means for preparing .
Never before in the history of ,_ heir many acts of kindness and for I have the very latest styles in Print

f giants p4/of" *.WNAN. IMPROVED. ;Starke has a solid car load of stoves Having accepted position in thf our from rice for market' this we are assistance rendered in tbe slcknesi and and Worsted dress goods at rock bottom

\yTODD, 'been received until yesterday, when Dry Goods department with Messrs. prohibited raising most and death of our beloved husband and OUT !

augl ::$$4AwTY, F the enterprising firm of Truby, Rivers & Joiner, thanking friends I profitable crop.on a large: scale..The 'IR.U."...h........ I I prices. -

Sternburg & Co received one from and old customers for all favors in third fortune that awaits somebody Mss J. W. ADAXS & FAMILY. -
1 :.. ". F\r 8al. .V.SOOjOQONewnau .. and .
"- ,". have continua will be made by constructing My entire Stock of
I
Louisville the to a
Ky. hope tire hundred
: past horse railroad between 'The G. a. and P. B. R. I have one thousand and

PCrry Plants for Seedling sale.\ Str Strong w- The Orange Qiowero Union will: tion of the same in my new position.Respectfully Starke operating and a Kingbley lake. None of Editor 1'KLEGRAPH1might be of interest Summer Goods dollars worth .>f Sb.. in Muck every .. r

tants uiw'be meet at the court house to-moTow to >me'of your readers to learn of pair warranted.
4 ? ready abPHt the midA T. 'W. SWEAT. these enterprises requires any large "fir
" A'e' of July Apply' <0; morning at \\ o elooAn persons capital and they are just what is the progress of the Georgia Southern and .

'. G t \v. JeinIugs. interested inhe shlpmeitof1the Largest assortment of neck wear needed to make the deseit blossom Florida railroad through our county. I preparatory to taking inventory -S -

: LAWTEY. FLOKHRA. orange crop are requested tQ be in the state atTruby and give us a lasting boonu have been for some time past in company and putting in a Fall Stock !
.
41 : 4 b Co. ?
\lr'J: ulStf .!ortjii' STAILE. F& present. \ Sternburg with the (contractor Mr. Lane and his 3ly stock of Groceries ia always 'complete -

Georgia. cKecka 5 cents a yard, We have now a supply of Bermuda -Day after day somebody suddenly corps! of engineers who have been resurveying During"the next Thirty Days and consist of the very beat aud

nI ERS & JOZ$14t and other good in propwtion at onioo eed. \Ve purchase makes up his ouud tha.1 he ought to fur the purpose of better locating purest goods that can' be had front any _
these seed direct from the Bermuda have strawWrty patch as well as ..1 will offer entire Stock of .
'r \1by, Sternburg& Co. a union depwl at Hampton. This surveyis tyy house at price.
IDiA IK.lCth' else but in any
( I\S everybody order ta "get :
islands. Full supply of Itoist'a; garden The line ) road at theesossiug i than
v Cabinets of a whole family at ft.t there* before it w too late be uiust'hininp" now completed. u Summer Goads CHEAPER
_q dozen Owen's.Mr. seeds on hand., These seeds are At Hampton will nun a quarter ..
at -- ,
Baats per fresh grown thin year. himself. It is quite amusing mile parallel with the F. C. and P R. R-. ,. BEFORE.. ':Any one vishingtar -

: Burdom, of tta Worthington I il&ibergur I \ BARGAINS EI
Springs neighborhood k.Uled\ amoister these: belated patches Oue negrois the cecter of Hampton. Mr. Lane san Corn. oat_. hay flour griM & meal

Q1otj:n.g rattlesnake while on his i \ have accepted the agene-y for digging a dituh auother is digging Hampton their will be line.the Capt.principal W. iranf'erStation H. Edwards : can certainly satisfy himself meats &c.. always on band by the car
ClarVa fer on
-and- \vay0 the mail box I last Sunday I Williams & high grade stumps. Th.o.ldetlt. boy il plowjut' has arranged with Messrs. Benj during our extra special sales load.
tilizers. These good. are not an experiment the "olf oomari", is .
Sent evening. Ills snakeahip showed burning Kite Thomas Dyal Slterman Hagaa and
$ Futnijhing'Gnods. fight, but the plttcly Mr. Burdom but are used extensively at trah. The bovaatd girl1t aro raking olbcrs for, right or way through their days. Come and see us, whether -S

DRY GOODS q lid not: ptoposo to have the priae Mandarin the pioneer strawberry out the eratigrass and the old propertios. and there seems now to be a want to buy a bill of
The
NOTIONS. sTtate full adjustment of all claims. grading you .
section o.fbe Strawberry
him easily\ so he kept him at man is everywhere, with a plug of
escape of the! line frma Palatka to Hampton We will
&bg lul reCelveda large stock of bay. ujitil: the arrival o{ some small :growers will find it advantageous to Qtggcrheel l in one hand and a hoe in n tenrly competed and from Hampton goods or not. offer N J. JONES ;

,b e KOOd..,we.&.'ep..epa ed to supply bpyc who had been summoned to use then Qeiberger & Richardn the other. Now the baby signals tcv Lake City grading fe being pushed for- you a BAR4MN in something. ,

TOut Wants.... Give. La a caU and 111lret his aid, when, the snake was killed a few days our stock will he I that it has got into an ants nest, and { wani-for completion by Oct. 15th. )!I'. .j.
.
our Lane he wants the
goods before buying else here. without further ceremony. It was complete in every department ard everybody runs to its assistance, I Ii II which says means a completion by orAnge December crop. .;,;.c.;J

IUVE.RS & JOINER, about three feet long and had five goods will be offered lower tUa i while the cat, th rooster and the IupAtrike 15tb. probably. J. 'G.; Starke Florida.4
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*"***, STAKE, F"A.I rattles and, a .button. ever. Trjuby.. Stcmbttrg & Co. a bee-line for home 8. F. OAaDIxR.S ALVAREZ. .. .


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-t' .- it was some time the feebl But Tom! What a delightful time he FARM AND HOUSEHOLD.. ., ... W.'BAKER! : lW,11

1 L t bfor blaze hot was -. .revivifli.and -Co.'
d; t ty'mt tgrnlJh could a haVr"iSdwlC: Nob11
Ar b oo In require a shady '.
,. ; _ enough for morning meal t morning untfniht summer sheep Spn CUt
1. -.. N -' cti of wool are _
coats
5r' But ready a good had often thought that hat pasture; their warm .scrofflis.and r raa
; PublishedEvery Friday. b
t half-hour, and after blowing the' horn bn the author of that famous little burdensome on a hot day. If thereare ,o'. 8 :It J. .

.".,.. .'t' .' K."iAJIUDA- J rigorously twice, she was just on the volume "Don't." and founded It.on his not sufficient shade trees in the frequent pick z '

<. ; }/'; ,;!" -1'AfU_- of going down to the barn t see own it would have been a field movable or stationary sheds not wor.baTe I mUCb have NQ.ial. 'V.' t :

t' ,' P'. pit Deacon Croft exprenc should be is an act of and .
had happened-when large o Dictonary. pro'vided I sa.aparma ,
: _._ 4,. .MIZPA, t appeared in a most woful plight I He took such deep full breaths of freedom cruelty to animals to compel them to .. TU&B I _C.t W,nt.SUreh. ,.nm "'

:. ." ." We never nted the word while thou and I S Little rivuleto-df milk were running with no one to criticise every remain all day in a broiling sun. '. Ssriipsrill. O 8ui. .el cug t-o* fir m.tut .

'. I .(!' Talked close together In llfe'i working way down his hair, off the end of his nose, movement -Tomatoes may be trimmed of the allc* delicious.I nou1.irsnt.ning
ii-- ; ,. .There Wall no need for it. when buid and ere EARLY
r : Might meet, content and faithful,every day. and meandering slowly along his Mr. Saunders, whose son Tom was lower branches and made to grow and sd.nlrsbly admpttdM DG.1

sleeves and truser; he was dripping. visiting was a glass-blowing philosopher somewhat in the shape ofa tree. The Prepared only well-! .ro p1 le .
But now.with anguish from a stricken heart, sold by'Crocer: *_ ,
jr MUpah!I cry the Lord keep watch between wet from hea to foot, and the pail was perfectly devoted to his calling, main stalks of the plants become stockyand Lowell. M. elh I ;

I i-s. Thr We and mine that death hatb riven apart.Thy empty. D department which gave him frequent are better able t bear the weight Dollar W.BASEH&CO.Drct.1

1 life beyond the awful vail unseen, .'Zekiel Croft," cried Aunt Mary, opportunities for that meditation whichall : of the fruit By supporting the vines IMORT; of CHINA.

1 And my poor broken being whlcb'mut gilds with uplt hands, "what heu you philosophers love. He believed that on posts or arms more air and sunlightwill .AND Q' J CLAs .; -

t. familiar to both till death done? had too much fruit .
Through ways us I children altogether pruning enter. thus ripening the :
Shall of a surety lead me to thy side. "Well said at and to Pills Ca' t
'-- Mary he looking and nagging, say t more :
r Beyond the chance and change pf mortalbreath. use perfectly.A :
I her with a moist and milky smile, "I Aleck his .eldest boy: "Look hero. liberal application pf a mixture .

.1 Mlzpab!yea,love in all my bitter pain. hain't done very much. but the cowshe's Alack you do what you think i about of of air-slaked lime MEMPHIS.rarStad .-
equal portions wheth-
I trust God keep watch betwixt twain. .
OB
I .. done cnsid'able and he laughed right to-ay. and if you make any mistakes and wood ashes will often cause the of mind o. you order for 3IASOX FRUIT JABS.

-4 t The lips' are dumb from which I used to hear heartily. come t me and we will see whatwe when other ASSORTED PACKA6ES forWHQLZ3ALT5 OFTfNWARpitip T
to
Strong: words of counsel, tender words of "Ye see, Mary, she ain't used to me can do about it." ground produce grass I.

praise; and she kinder objected to The seemed to have worked well methods have failed. It is difficult t CINS' Atlas Engines and
roor. t must go my way without the cheer my mikin'her. plan stand of under trees, as i CoIIer
secure a grass most lION Shafting, .
Andunbtne of thy presence nil my dart.Du't an' I hed to smooth her down con- so far, but then Aleck Saunders was a of Cenl I Plantation Pull j ,
the trees take all the nourishment .urC ,
God keeps watch my ways and days upon aid'able before she'd let me bgin. An' remarkably good boy naturally, and : the soil from the Lime and Steamboat R Plr, 'lte.jRnrOOrO Mi a'
then :I took Tom's milkin' stool an11ain't grass. '
On all I do, bear for needed little pruning.On
on all I thee ashes will beneficial to shade rnrNNrN'
My work I* left me, though my mate is gone; quite so slim as I was once the Friday of Uncle 'Zekiel's unexpected prove i&fSS&lUwSSSf
A solemn: trust o has Lore bequeathed to me. "I felt it kinder teeterin' under me the two boys had trees also and a such fertilizers are will, aUonr
avent ben should be used more extensively. 1 ,,,je.4ta
cheap they
I take the task thy languid hand laid down two or three times, but I thought Id all over gas: works. It was one IJ r. c.

_ That cummer evening. for mine own alway; set ruther light on i an' get through; of Mr. Saunders' leisure days and instead Conmnnptfoo that Ky, a -
FL- And may thi giver of both crosH and crown -Those who cultivate vegetablesfor -
but jest I was goin' to move the pail of "philosophizing, he went JREE
a Fencing
: Pronounce me faithful at our meeting dayl I IMizpah
2 the world gives comfort to my pain; on one side I brought my heft down over the works with them, explaining a lvinz keep the ground always at I *.CUR Bo

I know God keepeth watch be twin us twain. pretty solid, an' the three legs jest softly every process and Tom had been allowed vork earning something. No un- Selvage 1-:00 .

I ___ a-All_ __the___Year Round. spread out, and away went Deacon to blow something that came out .ccupicd spaces are seen, and as soon .

'Zekiel Crof flat on his back with his looking like tho "missing link" b .cs one crop is off another takes its .

_. THAT BOTHERSOME BOY. feet flyln' in the air! The cow was so tween a cow and an elephant place There is no reason why the I ST. Academy

: scairt at my antics that she kicked up He had just come hi brown iimiV-or farmer's-garden should F Oeciia's' .. .
'.-, her heels the brim out not be managed on the same plan. < comforts and
went
rFis. Absonoe Caused More Trouble too. an, over curls all blown about by salt sea A ,pratleal.trl1
of 8.
min' o' milk an' hero I Tho market gardener exacts much Ipg course study c"u Art. .
Every
pall b perfect breeze, and was proudly displaying this p"rlor ..ntge.ln ui
Thai His
:: Presence. from his land but he feeds it well -' paid 'of man'5xl.gant new
: _____ ly soaked. Well,. Mary. they say't a nondescript animal to Mrs. Saunders buildings containing etery'mode % improvement.l3eslVIrfuiness .
acres ofbraullfully
milk-bath's good for the complexion, and the children, when Uncle 'ZekicJ tie uses more manure on five acres or9.Jer. ucUrps.5'e& oeut.Jle
t.
11- by as shaded pleSUre ounda aMa
There is a certain age of that playful. than farmers to their whole .* 'Vat.ru used.
so you're likely to hey pretty han' the some apply .d C.te.
opened
a gate. r
..._ mischievous animal the boy when a PENVJ tr Informiplon And eatalogos4dree.rpziuoasss. _
; _
? L some husband after this. Down dropped the memento, ial'ms.-American Agriculturist.To ( &' C.cia.&csdemyNasbvUle.TSflfl.
tt
.. home is thought to be made pleasanterfor glass p .
his absence. "llan'some or not, 'Zekiel Croft do shivering into fragments, while Tom Can .Beans.-String them, MEDICAL ,

1 you go an' change your down the walk to meet his break them into inch and boil
t' -;-,' Deacon Kzoklel' Croft and his wife few uncle pieces ..1, TDLAKE( UKIYEBSITI OF LOUSIL'Forerl.lS7IQ.
Aunt minute, or 'ou'l have your death.cold 011, Uncle 'Zekielr'! he cried catch. them about five minutes; then drain JU1tmM a tie Cnlrenity

r. ;l her, wore Mary.about as to enjoy every the body felicity called of Seems a I every thing goes wrong ing hold of his brown hand, "is anything them well, and pack them closelylntoglass FLOOD Ifj I If the dUeanea rol theS".tb.weC.prr,&I"trocton.ar &./,$$ *
if
this morning somehow. the matter with Aunt Mary?" jars. Add three tablespoonfuls wlorsl.upr"burdn mateial. te frreaS
btd.an.i 20,000
1 elllBBbook
a house, minus 'that for Tom
boy, Clart .lent
\ "So it does, said Uncle 'Zekiel, Tom had no mother, and ho loved of water then seal them almost airtight Is WaiuUrful. Student haenoho'pital.fees to .
ot the bd id *enck.
their had I social instruction is dajly given of
(' ,{1 whole noisy nephew gone to spend giving a backward glance a he walkedoff Aunt Mary dearly in spite of her fault Wrap each jar in a cloth, or BenU/uaulo.. < .a
a fortnight at Sandwich among und then turning fairly around: finding. set it on a board to keep it from thebottom TEBJS. f.rRaClon.Prof. addrs. fILE H. IL. D..L I1WP. !
the class-blowers 1 and san(1pipcrs.1r ? Loula. ,0.Drawer .
Mary said he, Tve made a dis St. ; .. r
"Yes, replied Undo 'Zekiel, with a of the boiler, cover it with .
"What .mrula.-w.
S a rest it will be! sighed
covery. Tom's a pretty bandy boy to cheerful air "she's pretty bad." water and let it boil three houra. '
< : Aunt Mary remembering Tom's Lob- BROTHERS' p
have around morn in's "What 1 i?" asked Tom anx Remove one can at a time from the CHRISTAN COLLEGE
' .1 : nailed shoes and dreadful appetite; and "I guess you'd thought so i you'dseen iously. boiler, and seal it immediately. The '' I .
: the young professor who was boarding GINS A BOARDING AND JDAT SCHOOL JOB BoT '
.' me picking up wet chips for kindlin'wood. "Well," replied Uncle Zekiel. "1don't secret of keeping vegetables perfectlylies 125.000 addition.to lldlnj. .
with 'thanked his Bierclal Cot legiate. Scenti5c Courses.l'artioular
. y I Iheir them star"-by I ( sighe Aunt Mary. egzactly know the namo o' the in keeping the air from them after :.T. attention paid moral ant busium -
$ Latin names-that at last ho could Do not t '
ana -
,. ".'have little 'There! I dd forget it after all, disease, but the symptims is thr she's boiling. That is why they are sealed and catalogue.training and pl.he mlnner. *or ter.. PreKINTUCU .
; a Gin l O'rBj& MtKEL "
repair-
said Uncle
Zoklel. "Tom
poe" regretfully. '
: 'droadullonesome' without the company nearly air tight before they are IN.,top feed
:, jt was just suppr-tme and the three told m of called boiled. .,
a certing boy Thomas ; of putting Louisville.KT. Facuitlm nneelled by an1 oilerb.ttutlon '
,. rat down to buntful country table an' not forget Aunt kindlin all of it. kInd Ii,the Bonthforaiymm <

4: .' 4 Aunt Mary, by force .of habit,..had wood. That 'boy Mays 'round Jefferson CroCt""YOl --Fresh sirups of the grape, cherry, "l. .tellf1 T LrP. .,*other branches Mui of>ic.th l.Education course which and Include for instruction FUao. 3' ,. ,
don't mean it Uncle, cried pineapple, strawberry tamarind or of (rgsn.Voice.Violin an other instrument Elocation2nd ,
I r- placed four chairs but one was vl mornin's to Dramatic Art, .
ant pretty lively get through Ln.oal..lhotophY.Dwll.
I Tom with air of ,
I. S an of the home fruits make Tainting and '
and the pause which followed the blessing incredulty. any refreshingand '.. .
before an' I
school ho l1istoryofMusIo.sndArtTop1ogPneTh1ly. .
I It never thought '
t I was somewhat 0'Mean h? She says the house i! healthful beverages. The fruit is tdfor laronn Catalogue. W ILL1AM L.MACLKAS,Manager. '
awk\'nrd did thing either! Don't to 'I
any seem ,
I : As a general thing Aunt Mary looked somehow." like a deaf-an'-dumb asylum an' shecan't better crushed by hand in a wooden MEMPHIS dMFERMCE FEMALE INSTITUTE, I
: stand it nohow so I hed to come metal liable to .c1.ucN', TNN.'
over at Tom immediately and said: At last they gathered around the squeezer being impairthe The 4Sth year of this Sap' I
L -, .. "Tom. take your elbow off the table" down after you. flavor of the juice Skins and 'jmber..1,8.fully KJ dipped to give thorough train "
breakfast table an hour late. It was ,IK In courses and special branches. Locaon -
Tom's lips quivered, and two great pulps then mixed with tho I Buildiazs Improved. Grounds bean-
are juice healthy.
or Tom where is do I
-
your napkini silent, like the of the ( low this iwned.
supper nightbfor Book Boi eutluI An home. Price very jt
tears in his and
wish: that I could ever you manners and other silent meals gathered eyes glistenedon and plenty of sugur and are covered IUPUIS, :. ear.Send atreUT8. .A.W.JoJ.D.D.Pea _
succeed f
4 at the table!" his cheeks like shining diaond8 with pounded ice By the time the ? l

: % "Uncle Zoklel" was apt to ask as soon "I it He threw his arms around Uncle 'Zek- icedRK) melted the strength of the OULEBUSINESSCOLLEGE tItudy.
don't know what in the world I'm ful Renowned for Courses of -t A
Superior
Li B" there was :i pause: ""Tom did you goin' to do about the pieces" said iel's neclc; "and gave him a good hug. julceTS extracted, the mass should $ $3, $' o$5 S $. 'laaar, EQUJPltIT and In hLc Elelanl 1 :

home "Uncle, said he, "I never was sohappy then be strained through cheesecloth HT Send fur(lvCuiar. Address CO1 eEWKeVBIIPLJE. S
fume right from school and do 07 Express
:, Aunt Mary. complalningly. Tom had \ l'RJZAd. WIJ ...'
.- tho chores?" And if-as sometimes been gone six days. "There's piecesof in my life! I thought I "3 and the sirup kept on ice till wanted. Btrfctlr. BLBOANT.Para __KAMZ IBIS P4T NE\, M, rtta tL-:

happened-Tom could answer in his pie we've left all down one nothing but a bother to her' and thet The juice of pressed fruit is a most Address CARlFULJ/r -
setti' dashed off behind the house, that no and beneficial JUSKALOOSA FEMALE COLLEGE,
grateful drink refresh
off-hand way: "Yes sir all done, of tho pantry shelves, and there's that .
I
one might see the tears he could notI'epress .r TUSKALOOSA, ALA.,
: and while
then Uncle'Zekiel would darkly ing stimulating one, it assists
ponder of cookies! It's .
; jar ful yet, and itdon't Affords superior facilities for education ofDU| .
t for few minutes Then lie sat down upon a in renewing the wasted tissues of fadles. ion CATAMmrB APPLY TO
) a finally coming out last any time Tom's home. : : ALO.MZO JI1LL. rre.Ideat.MONTGOMERY .
p\ i \ ri1b.t stone, wiped his eyes and gave up hU the bod .-N. Y. World. :_ T '
He's worth sight to eat the .
,t_ ,4, .l/ Tom how many boys did you takedown anyway. Boats a all how that up boy pieces enjoys dark schemes of going West just a* -. a FREICHT. BELLFOV.DE1 A P A flCPJV
:% soon as he was old enough. 1867.
> I
IWHUUII
'i 1 IJ to tho week last "
clde.mU ago eating!! STYLES IN THE ale. ClBBsioa I and Bufdness ;' -
41'k I Saturday?" or similar. They went home the next aCtl'noOI1 HOUSE Ig Br (traduat admitted University Nashville. TrnltU .
something "Seems don't eat 5:1.B&x .
as though we any and what a supper Aunt Mary had for .fresT_8. M.1>.CLAKK,Principal. &hville.Tenneue.. ;" .
; J Then while Uncle Zekiel was summoning she said -- b
thing, again that evening as Inexpensive Method By Which Pleasing fr prtceIli*
them. Fried chicken and hot biscuits
f : : : up tho evil deeds of departed she looked around the supper table dis- );I"ttsly He lad ad Idr SYNODICAL FEMALE COLLEGE, !:
double the ,
.J 7, I -" Saturdays the professor found his contendedly.The usual quantiy-Tom'$ Light. breezy materials that servo N.jr.' ROCERSVILLE. TENNESSEE. '
op favorite STANDARD HIOH THORoran CULTrsXtO.MICS. 1
strawberry cookies ; ;
j. t .- 3 lortunitI .'. professor had already folded his preserves as screens rather than drapery should .F.A.R08 .Cll ARLK3 C.UOS3.PRISCIPALS.Bethel

?) -Hadn't ought,1 as I have often told napkin, and was looking through his 1 jelly-cake and a crisp apple 'turnO'er" be selected for bedroom windows. No 1'-
Classical and !
I t} &. you, Master Tom, is entirely contrary glasses straight before him with a serious laid right by Tom's plate.They excuse exists for leaving the hard, SO a 118lN Prepares for lnrnIT.orYlLandWe Military Academy Point.tddressMal.A.G.baith.Bethol .
I
.' I'' -_- to the genius of the English language.Ought air. were all very gay and happy bare lines of these neccsssary aper- CO.,ST. I .Acadernyp.O.V& "i. .
1 -1 _- not' the correct together, as Tom ate with undiminished tures undraped for the counters ol L\J ,
i expression "Isn't there any thing more that you r 01J'18VJL MILITARY ACABEMTl q
J ho would with schoolmaster's appetite and related the adventures of dry goods shops are piled high with 1 -" U system secures double progress: six miles to ...of.1t1
a
udd \ou1d like? she asked, turning to I FREE. ." : limited In numbers and aaesj full last*e,lon- .f'
r:; didactic air.By the week. variety of cotton stuffs that are within I I I' Fh..4.U.f W. D. 1*>U1SYIIX*.KXSTCCKY. ."-.J.dY ,W. -

: 1 -- this time, in spite of his various him."Thank you. no." ho replied "I Aunt Mary looked around with a reach. of the. ordinary.. .. purse. Pretty. uCI D.l S A BUSINESS EDUCATION At ':.

I sins, Tom, going on with undiminished was just thinking," he ridded, rather beaming face colorings and artistic floral designsare i I KOBE. For circulars,addresi ..
"Well, said she they sat bacdfrom ;pe r,et D ; ', UBK'SlOLLEGEEw.'&
1.k' appetite, had worked his way to abut primly "as I looked at the empty a seen in these and their washing ; 8

3 t r c* the sixth bscuit: that nature abhors a the table, "this is something Ilk.livin' qualities are undoubted. Dull blue ( W.II..Dt k 1 T. COLIEC E for Males and Female Thor- "...
place vacuum
.' again. I should hev had paonjb.Cheap.J\r"looreD.D..Tusculum.Tenn. ;
1 Aunt Mary would and brown are mingled together in l'
ecrJ say as and it would be rather pleasant have dJ'spepsJ Fans I l-.. "
-- he it "You'l certainly have thedyspepsy Tom's merry face opposite me." mysel in" another week. these, also pinks and browns, and the 80 D.T' I UnOfCOILEUOfL.nV.C'hleAIl".allTermb.: : .

r .'Twould be a great thing for the "Yes, said the young professor, whole scale of browns, from cream to .,N Sb LI .. I ,
"No. Aunt "Tom "while there is often a serious incom the wood shade is oftentimes .
Mary: would answer cookies and pies, anyway" remarked represented SUMMER RESORTS.
$ his good humor as irrepressible &his Uncle 'Zekiel. "They're just patibility between youth and maturity, in one piece. These are dia- -S
spUn'for yet it must be confessed that tho .OURE I IrrinE HOTTTHEKX HOTEL at Ranndd
:r jiplMitito. 4Tin safe up to ten; ten's him, to say nothin' of the presence phanous and a yard wide To loop .*JL Mprtnv ";..\he famonsSummer Kesorton -

":. my limit-never go over." chores" and he walked out heavily to of the young at tho"festal board is them back are cotton cords and tasselsin ,toe ermsetX.K.C.. o'address. 8.* .Memphis 1.fK8..U.D.Il'v.WELCH Is now.Proprtetfl8lo open. For (

, :: So, at this first supper, it is not stable the horse, lock up tho barn and extremely But exhiaratng. mixed colors, matching the curtain is known mad*.can DK.b* I; A. N. K. F. 125L t
V ; strange that there was a sudden si- split the kindling. boy" jumped up s{ stuffs. These same materials are suit : Riehmondll. 'I[ :

since the unfailing hastily that his chair fel back with aloud able for beds and mantels. I'WHET WRIT TO ADVERTISER FLEAM .
'. lnc subject-and About eight o'clock that draping for price .
evening they crack 'Don't Tom," In.. p state that y.. saw the Adverti..u& la tks! )
-nobody ,
t object-of The old white of
was plain
L cnveratio ubent : gathered in the old-fashioned counterpane pap*ft. ,
l sit ,
r'r.:: ,K. Finally Uncle 'Zekiel spoke, looking ting-room, around the cheerful open -and then he wont around to Auntary's Marseilles now finds a rival in the -

I D: I Li: over at the vacant place again. fire, for the evening cool The chair. leaned over and softly newer one, whose snowy threas are .

t .. ,.: ":ecras kinder lop-sided an' lone- professor sat at his own va little table, : kissed her faded cheek." Im so glad te. intermingled with others yellow, BUSINESS COLLEGE ; ]

" '; .' some without Tom, after all." writing a very learned article on "The ; be at home again. he said-Kato Virginia blue redfOr pinJ. giving a soft, lovely
"
i : "Now. I guess it will b a happy Higher Education;" Aunt Mary was Darling, in Youth's-. *- Companion efect s come in two tones ''/rmcaCiMa.. ,Jto LOUISVILLE IV TDelicicns '' .t

J 4lonesomo' for the next two weeks," knitting on a warm and cozylookingred Successful Undferdraining. of a single color that are really art- .,. -

'... replied .Aunt Mary. "I should like to mitten-not a very large one-and I istic. Beautiful spreas are of the r- I

L' have a chance to hear xnybelf think1 Uncle 'Zekiel was busy trying to find 1 T. A Stanley related at a meeting of durable washing sik and may be

i oace in al bile." out from the columns of the village pa- the Connecticut BoarxL of Agriculture, finished with a strip of brocaded

r Aunt Mary had an opportunity to per which party was going to save the an experiment performed on a piece of ribbon running down the sides and a S .

"IJ ar herself think" all that evening. country in the coming elections." land which ho obtained for$10( an acro. third directly down the center. The

There was It was plowed, manured and sowed t should to finished with -,
r' no one t upset her nerves It was and they { edge a frill of

; .S by sudden hand-springs, popping corn, were prectly'"quiet" a sound corn fodder. It received the usual cultivation. antique lace and four widths of the S'S .

.:: trucking nuts munching apples while broke the "pace" cricket think but the moist soil prevented silk will be foun ample for .-
.
I' sience unti
the work from being done in the bes* I TO
lie pretended to study. But somehow ing itself alone, came outon the hearth widest bed. spreads are MAKE

.' her quiet thinking a fatiguing and chirped a little. manner. There was not half a crop pretty though heavy looking. A S -A- ,

S, operation, for, weary and a little dispirited "There," said Aunt Mary, "I'm hardly enough to pay for the labor. J It lay compromise may be effected by placing BlscuilAM !

2. in appearanc at haf.pat thankful to hear somcthu Seems as idle one season, and was undordrained. two layers of sheet-wadding between : YOUR GROCER FO*

s cightsha rolled her it was sown last year to ensilage the silk and COW BRANDSODioRSALERATUS. .
covers catching
._ up knitting-work i l we'r having a funeral here now corn i
#- und retired for the nightNeither adays.IUnce The draining had already done much in place at intervals with invisible ., -

r thoughts nor dreams disturbed 'Zekiel looked over the top of good, that although naturally wet, this stitches. This slight filling is calcu- == -ry-4:- AMOLUTELV PURE. t l: S.

'.-. ;.4 her until in the early twilight of the papr and caught her furtively; land could already b worked much lated to enhance the effect of flowered 5- i =&,_ 5

S the next morning a voice penetratedtho away a tear. sooner after a rain than any other part silks, whose patterns are thus thrown L : e'5

mist of slumbe.lad. calling: "Now, now, Mary, that'l never do." of the" farm high or low. "At harvest into semi-relief. A pretty bed-cover : s-. . -

-- 4 A Tom! T-o-o-m! Come. Tom!" And said he, soothingly. "What's gone said Mr. Stanley, "such a field of this description is of pale heliotrope 5-

> looking out she saw herhusband standing wrong to-day?" of corn 1 never saw. Evenly throughout with branching flowers of pink and -.---_.'-.--_-.--4 ___ _,_ .r.

t. at the foot of the back stairs, call "Oh, I don't know what is the the whole field planted with corn leaves of light olive. The long,"round 1

S ing with all his might: 4>Get up, Tom! ter." she repled "Perhaps Im ncrv mat fodder. When it rache maturity al' bolster is covered to match and its

'; Time to make the kitchen fr Tom! ous. But it's ( the corn was a higher over and ends as well a the edges of the spread iliGold -
lrulrllonesome"Uncle Weight
*- Como! Come! T-o-m! b a : arose aide iear the drain than in the west of the trimmed with deep cream lace. A

bluggar! the paper walked up and down the field. Mr. S. says that draining haJ I delicate pink one made in the same

I. Enl) t bed and early to rise. I room with his hands clasped behind mord than paid ten per cent on tho way has daisies and trailing vines run I Cured of Gravel.CHAPAlffOKS. .

S. Makes a boy healthy, ,'eatbJ an/1 wise." him. as he was in the habit of doing sum i ha cost Our own experiments fling all over it an .N.C.July 20.1S88. .
t. "Why. '/fckiel called out have told a better story. Of the I SIa-For years 1 have been amicted with grsI F-
Crft.
S.. when meditating any serious project many Something new in night-dress cases ard after tryjnjr the best d"tnrllntbllI.-I,1 1

. r Aunt Mary, in astonishment, "be you such a going into town or running miles of tile-draining which we have shows a bolster large enough to ac- PIlls- without Indian receUtnu Root IMIls any with ileflt.l the: result tried Dr.that Morae'a uvdaTl j 1 .

ciean gone off your mind thi morning? down t the beach for a day or two. bud, the whole cost ha been paid within :ommodate that article. is made of am anew man. completely eurea. I would not hit -S)
S I without them used. ....Ji ,
1> three they are the best iU I ever
; .I't you remembr that boy'sgone "Mary." said he after 1few turns years by the increase of crops, sik to corrcsponl with spread and Vours.etc WI.JACKSO$. '
3 to ? to nothing of the increased Indian
"I'm going into Boston to-morroW on say value* bed and has its ends puckeredup
: Wei"'. I declare" said Uncle of the land.-Country Gentleman. After ZS T.... j
some business aI gue s Id better rundown exactly like the latter, so that one
PaINcrvoN.lad.Ang.2&1S.
, L 'Ze'tiet. pinking down info a splint- to Sandwich un' bring that bOy -Some of the ancient-e. wonders how the night-dress is to get Pills W.H. COMSTOCK: I ,
r bottomed kitchen public records DEAR SIK:-r'or twenty-five years I-have been -
. chair and laughing home with me iiext dl y." in the Orange into its nest A long slit at the back afflicted with rhenmativai of the bowels; I gave up
until his fat sides shook "I never County, Ia clerk'sofce S all hopes of recovery; wan unable to stand upon ..
Aunt Mary's face went through akaleidoscopic are of curious interest. One fastened by a trio of buttons explains d my feet at times and was compelled to sit '
is
thought a word about so used n I my housrwork- IWi your agent called a( fflTbouse .
I it Im change and came away the apparent With a. asked. j
out beautifully and elaborately ingrossed mystery. and said that lie could cure me. I
. to getLn' that boy up in mornin' beaming like a full moon."That's spreads of colored How? he replied "By the use of Dr. Mors J
Marseilles .
know how parchment deed, executed March 28. these Pills! Indian Hoot Pille> 1 decided to give them
< : to begin the day the very be't you can 1734. cases are made of linen, trimmed with trial and the result Is that am entirely cured ana
it make thinf conveying by Edward Bate 80Qacres able to do my own work. All the neighbors aronno
the
-) without Il fire right do. 'Zekiel" said she. "Bring him of land. located i what is now point de gene or fine torchon lace and hero WILbou\them.use youFUls and Yours say that etc..they would not D*
Dwa
.. ; "No 'Zekiel," said Aunt Mary.. 'I'll right I'll have home just to-morrow the best supper afternoon for ,him.and the town White of Blooming Grove to Sylvanus have embroidered in colored cottons.on them simple designs di an .CILIA JOHSSOX.Disease ..

minister and others .
tnake with of
the fire and the Kidney
you go out to the
barn and do Tome chores.11 Seems as i Id been living for the last this curious proviso attached: "Reserv The newest grate curtains whether Pills'i r OCAicr R GAP.Stoke*Cj..N.C-,July 8,1SS8. .!
in kind of deaf for w.n.ColST.'K 5 r
S : a and dumb bedrooms
S other
She dressed herselfratherhatIly wed ing out of the within grant unto our or apartments, are DKAH SIB-Your Dr. Stone'. Indian B eo. .
and asylum. lord hung directly below the i Pills have ejected a most remarkable cure. )11 .
sovereign the shelfboardand
,
no; quite so as was her habit The king his heirs and mother was s ffernar from kidney difficulties;tnaiseaso
c net professor looked up frdiu ha: successors forever completely hid the d- had fttK en or in a strip upon her tll.1 *
t ;: nol hurl.ieJ out the kitchen There learned theme with it gialified air. ail trees of the diameter These mantel. Ian eoai<1 pot wa.k n utep. I bouicht a hot uf your pli*'
curtains sho.ild aid nstb'
of always low 4.'omme.-eo1 Ktvin her two pill every
inches
1L "U no kindling-wood ready a wa "Yes," said he. with his character twenty-four and in bp before.he br.d taken all or cue Iwix t-lie coul'l walk
ward, at twelve inches up tone and the same fac-ts should} P atouitheh'.up. T'.dayeheh.perfctiy well aousays
' usual from the II
-no one had thought of that- istic b I S
'. ..
.
k primness of expression, "it would borne in mind in lhat More- HlIU saved her lit .
and fur masts for the buying for L Tours. L.W. t KR4.C30S. .
.5 4 : taking a basket, she w\ut out indeed be excicJinglr royal navy and also draperies etc.
t agreeable to sue all such the shelf, that the
other ornaments -
trees as placed Bt -
great and might fit i8Se -
wood-pile el
the gathel a fo.rso I Master Tom b tonia'Jo --- ---- --
beaming countenauceK I planirs. knees and o-i it may have a pleasing
w back-ground.
damp from the things -
dew 1
\.USJ5 aorsibjj wore at ou repast/' W. H. COMSTOCK
t:1t5III.
evening
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