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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 27, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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DEVOTED TO THE "
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.. -- STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1889. NO. H.


f 4 ADVERTISING RATEb: WHENCE...WHITHER. I : -.
holder was about to -J
1ww-1m i Sm 8m\ 12m drop It to the -
:
t' 'I"LOB! ""fi Out of the darltnessB-whence? ground again, when to his Intense A CAT'S SAGACITY. PREMIUM ON MARRIAGE. SENSIBLE HOUSE DRESS. THE STUDENT'S WHY. ,

,{ ;;;:' 00$1OOO$4OO$7Oflt9O6J Into the darkness-whither? astonishment; the -- S -
,< 1uares { 50 S 28 00 6\ OJ 10 (10,15 00 O for the long suspense. mimic suddenly The Keene How Duluth Man Promoted Matrimony The Easiest Way of SIod tlnf a Gown fof Interesting Statistics Gathered by the C.r*
Taken It in the
't: .aquarus. :2: at :3 J CO.1 8 OJ 10 00 15 oo':$o 00 And the searching hither and thither flapped its wings and took to flight Delight by Among III Employes. Every-Day U.e. nell Ben Ion.-
7 CO 10 0(1 12 00 1'1 09 8.1 00 05) 00 The Killing of a Yearling.
snares qoares 10 Oil 15 (0 I!, 20(0( 25 00 60 00,bO 1)0) When And the the golden silver cord bowl'loosed is landrall has been known to simulate Speaking of intelligent cats we One man has been found who is It Is sometimes quite a problem howo The Cornell seniors have collected "- ._

: ::: broken death in a similar manner and ready to answer the popular question. ; make every-day house dresses. the most complete statistics that have
11"'JS Ten cents a line for the first and fire cents I How Is the light diffused wed one when we were camped on up

:?Woeforeach Special rates subsequent for time advertisements Insertion.! upon That hot icon, and leaves no token? under the closest examination it he Big Sand ". river who knew a thing Oils marriage a failure?" in the neg- The wrapper is not a very good workng yet been tabulated here all of the .

,. >>HppUcation at the office. The sound of a tender strain. The showed not the slightest sign of- life. O r twd. The Doctor was 'riot hand ative. The proprietor of a factory in l dress and a separate basque waisl class responding except four "co-eds."

' .. *'-- The flash of a crystal river- pretense was' continued until some s ome; none of us thought that but in Duluth Minn., recently increased: the i s not always convenient to manage. Eighty-nine graduates 117 members. -

: [ '1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Then Or into into the the long never forever again.? the tIme after it had he n'stowed away in a country where one saw only Indiana wages of all his married employesand But the Gretchen wait! is both neat and many of their preferences are

: ;""Jj '- captor's pocket, when with a sudden gave single men notice that they and convenient, and withal the easiest characteristic of college life. For
.................. .. Is it life for the living and naught and coyotes week in and week out a
_ 4 1 ifiMytar .............tl 00p4ftt effort it would
; months............................... I 50i1f'rj But death'neath the sable curtain? escaped! from its prison sat was good companion for a man not be wanted after the end of way to model a house dress. It is simply example the favorite lines of work of

| ; JiubsortptJoni must be paid invariably In Whence Is the truth, and what? and flew away as if nothing had hap. who had to watch the when the the month unless they were marriedby a close-fitting, plain waist such as there e members of the class are: History
i 3. 'airance. No discriminations in favor And where I!lit clear and certain? ened. camp
of
that
f"jeflfT. any- othrAvere away with the cattle. time in which event they w worn many years ago; and which 19; physics 10; experimental mechanics

3 ,., Oj.mUflIcatlOnS upon all matters of local Fear not, for He is there.And Not only are certain individuals of The[ most noticeable thing about the would be retained at, an increased seem the most sensible for wash goods. 7; Greek 6; political science.

i Hitrtitf': """": from all parts of the county. The truth the is curtain bright'is and withdrawn fair ; ho feathered tribes true mimics, but Doctor at first blush was his faco and salary.It Any good basque neatly fitted and cutoff 5; chemistry 5; designing, 5; Latin :

I t is possible, may be. objected to this course at the waist line will servo as a pat 4 mathematics -modern languages.
-, And the light streams further on; nay probable, that some his eyes. There was a white spot ; .:.
SECRET SOCIETIES. While over the world's dark strife 'ew are ventriloquists. Mr. Rig over one eye and half of his face which that the time given to the single men tern. Line the waist and face it with philosophy railroad engineering S :>*

Sounds a voice of sweet direction: Withers tells us that during his to do their courting in was somewhat a bias strip half an incjh wide. to..naka each; hydraulic engineering and t
l' .:: "I am the way of Life wanderings made him look like a bald.faced :
,\ Meets every Tuesday I am the Resurrection." In.the forests of Brazil he discovered lorse. To add to the odd effect abbreviated. but probably the proprietor firm basis for sewing on the skirt. bridges, 2 each; geology, geodesy \,

'S.; .u'.ght:IaIL at Odd Fellows' America, a bird-ventriloquist has caused by this blotch, the Doctor's knew what he was about. Most Make the sleeve to full[ slightly at the bacteriology dissection literature. ', .:

Transient broth a peculiar likely ho had seen indications of shoulders and wide enough to raise to
scientific
5- shrieking loud economics mineralogy agriculture -
as
: cry a* o
.,. era cordially Invited to eyes"ere; of different colors. Ono "
eacock's, and keeping company and thought it the elbow if to work in. Gore the horticulture scientific
FEATHERED which is known as the anatomy. -
S. J. C. WILLS, MIMICS. was green and the other a sort of
'-: Noble Grand. 3ell-bird. He thus writes about it: brown. But if the Doctor was not j just as well to hasten matters a little. front and side breadths slightly. and scavenging painting and drill

:;i: T.J.J,FOLDS: Secretary. P. O. Box 11.Mod 'It is seldom seen in its wild state beng noted for his beauty he was much respected He certainly simplified the matter of have the back straight and full. Gather each one. Other answers t the questions

: t u. l like the popping the question for the bashful the skirt by turning it down and sew "her-
t.. Charming Solos by the Songsters musical frog, a ventriloquist on the Big Sandy. and no little ares "Any thing easy

: .*, Improved Order of fled Men. of the Grove. of very high powers, and a suu- consideration was shown him in looking swain would be fortified with an argument it over and over. ries," "Mogul's lectures," "getting

: Osctola Tribe No. 1, Florida-Council oving bird, a frequenter of the higher..t after his wants. It is certain thatas which his inamorata would findit The bottom of ttya skirt may ba checks cashed." Their reasons for

Hm'Uudled each Wednesday's Bleep at ree-tops, where its snow-white plumage far hard to answer or dispute. Women finished off with braid, or a narrow taking a college" course are varied.
SlrWigw&W ome of the as provisions went ho
More always
Starke, Ma. Accomplished Are Expert like to be kind and charitable and to strip of the goods b3 gathered their
and same
tft VontrlloquUtu transparent wings render it fared better than man in the may Twenty-three give a object a
Tinhtentbrotller$ are cordially invited Imitation of the-Others Give Good almost invisible even when in mec any shower blessings when they can and and used as a raffle by insertingit b etter "preparation for life work.t 25 .

,,'iiieitd. J. O. HAT.VES, 3achem.V.Lt&AcuAM. Human Voice for a young man to tell his lady love i the hem. is '
in
ion. This particularly t de vel-
-Sinulktlon of Death. From a description of this If there o get a "profesh symmetrical
Chief! Ite ordL was one thing which tho that his
and increase of A"
-- bird's performances in confinement, it Doctor and the rest of us took a lively position wages pretty if a stripo njns- lengthwise ol pment thirst for knowledge; to get .

appears that its notes were heard In absolutely depended upon her sayingyes the goods and serves to prevent wearat an education, so as to show something,
nterest
i'OIIDJiClI; DIRECTORY. I Undoubtedly the in, it was the killing a 'J
yearling :
; most perfect mimIc to the momentus question wouldbe
the hem. A Z
for
every quarter of the small pocket;: a simple and as a business investment each
village
I to get fresh meat. It be ap
amongthe feathered tribes Is may almost to "fetch her. :
the sure
\ Hapl" Church. American and seemed at times to come from tho supposed that fresh meat not dress like this without drapery. is ply to several individuals. Others ar &
mocking-bird, a bird belongIng was Precisely what motive the employerhad neater looking if put on the outside. t learn what can't be .';
Berfb'at 10: J a.m. aiidTp.m. Pray to the thrush mountains at the back of the village, s scarcen. a cattle but this was o taught eI
camp
family. On account in issuing this edict is not apparent The Gretchen dress is suitable if made where don't
tneelinj erarf Wednesday nt 8 p.m. o f lits wonderful ully a quarter of a mile away. not true. It was not often that the pleasure know t t
J. 11. CALDWELL, Pastor. powers of imitation Mr. Bowdler Sharpe tells us that f few but there is a great deal to be up in print. ginghini or seersucker get married and increase the
t ho men who watched the herd found ppula
Binder Bcbool meet every Sunday. I aborigines of Mexico called it one day in early spring, when in a ime; to do slaughtering. So when said for it on general principles. The goods and Is very easily washed and ion, to get out of work for year. ..,

noraing at 10:30: centcoatlatlolli-namely, four hundred proprietor of a manufacturing establishment i ironed. In the did <
: wood near Mongeron France his ear I.t decided to kill contrast, to drapery not know what else to do, been try- :;

S ; .,, T.i2.Bu.0, Superintendent. tongues or languages. It is during was arrested by a loud and not unmusical was was an unusual stir of a interest yearling there of any kind buys the time usually worn, this drpss has a preuy. I ng for years t make my mind .'

; j ',,.'tr''f''f..' ,." he daytime that its imitative powersre cry like that of a titmouse.As t the men. among and labor of his employes, just as he prim appearance. refreshing to,,the urged to do so kill time,up get there, ,$1

v > usually exhibited; and so perfect is buys any thing else which he uses in With some peat lacej to for citizen-
t' ii: Presbyterian Church. Its the sound appeared to be close to The Doctor in a short time to eye. rapam- money go intelligent j.\ .

$ F .SlrriCM. very Sunday at 10:30 a.m. mimicry of the songs of other birds where he was standing, he searche d know so much about this got his business and he naturally wants bric tie at the neck and a nIce apron, s hip, to see how little there was Int Y
hat operation :
; 9 It. B. MATTJCS Pastor. :, even the most practiced ear is; all the trees in the immediate that worth of his money. Now it maybe one can feel well dressed for ordinary I and how much beyond. u set '
'
t at the first of
sign he It
finday School every Sunday at 10 a.m easily deceived thereby. Although it neighborhood, but could find no bird preparation set down as a rule that marriedmen :occasions at home. tIed to become a great and S
not
r L. C. HULL has never been known to imitate gave expression to the wildest glee. who work for wages are more apt
i Supt.RletliodUr. the of the tit family. At length however, As A dusting cap is a serviceable little c engineer, culture not -


$! i.. human voice its powers extend to the I he discovered that the notes were soon as one of the men began to to come to work on Monday morning addition when sweeping or workiag at s haw." One of the strangest .
produced his knife
sharpen the Doctor
t ,ufS! Chnrch. x mimicry of the cries and calls of other by a which was busily climbeda with clear heads and steady nerves any dusty task. And this is the way reasons choosing C orDe1 was this,

!f '&rri S n very Sa'jbath at 10:30 a.m. and irds, the mewing of cats, the barkingof engaged' in search creeper of insect-food on a series fence post and on top of it began a than unmarried men many of whom we make one: Take a piece of cambric "Am stuck on the yelL" cures
of antics. "He I
raised his
.$'3O p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday dogs cock-crowing hen-cackling tree some ten yards away. The cry, back with crazy hair may belong the United Order of the -brown or Mue as preferred- he class is divided a follows: Arts, ,. .

.tad ThUrIdIty at 1:30. pig-squeaking, creaking of hinges and L he states was ventriloquial sometimes! standing up like porcupine Razzle-Dazzles. Like all rules, this twenty-two inches in length and cat 1; philosophy, 19; letters 19; science. <

1ii Q. D. TURNER, Pastor. numerous other sounds. quills and howled until the has its exceptions but it is correct as ,
appearing to be uttered close at hand In a circular shape or rather in a 11; 4; chemistry 2; architcture. .

:}: .Sunday School every Sunday at 9 nm.tJ The best imitator of the human I and sometimes at a distance. men started to lassoo a yearlinqThe. ..* is general proposition, and it is very long oval so that the piece may be agiculture., ; engineering 12; and
CHAELCS RICHARD t the Doctor became fie cii c
i Supt. a four-legged : ely that knowledge of this fact
a
oico is the but its inches wide. Cut out electrical 17. The
parrot; powers as a Whether or not the corncrake is With a wild scream he leaped fforntnl? twenty a facing e engineering.
mimic are so well known that need L was at the bottom of the Duluth manu- of the same or contrasting shade number in
argest
;I: we gifted with the power of ventriloquy, post and ran before the horses, tumbling facturer's action.It any any one course i
; not stay to enumerate them.It we do not know, but well remember about one and one-fourth inches in 1.9, in The most popular mann .
!{ CbrUllan: Clmrch. we over and over, clawing at the be however that he has leter
i. ,ikYi,2GActs: : must not be supposed that this how frequently in our birdnestingdays may a I width, and face th'!,) outer edge. Stitchit i the faculty Is Dr. Schurman, pro-
,.,, ; xxvi., 28; I. Peter Iv., 16. ground and tangling himself up with sentimental vein in his nature. Per. '
acuity is confined to down on the irjsido edge only. with 'essor of the most
one or two species we were deluded by this bird. philosophy; unpopular
I the horses' feet. .
ices each he is
Lord's him
haps
day at 3 a newly-married man
p.m. for it is possible that most birds; Steadily making our along some two rows of stitching, leaving room Dr. Newbury, of the chemistrydepartment.
But
O. P. YOUNG way when the yearling was caught self and wants all the world to be as
Pastor. are more or less endowed with It. hedge-side' we would be for one-half yard clastic: : cord to be run The political preferences

Sunday School each Lord's day at :3 p.m. Many of the British species are excel- startled by the "Crake crake"suddenly of the the and Doctor his.actions became still mere demoni violent happy as he is. He may have seen the Ir I in. Gather this tip. to suit the head. are various. There are 6 Republicans .
were simply of his and the
.
error
C. J. DENTON, Supt. e nt mimics, and although by no means! andrail, seemingly close at hand. acal. ways joined armyof Pink the outer edgss with scissors. 18 Democrats, six Mug -
Not till the yearling was killed benedicts and, like all converts ,
new ,,
1 r BO proficient in the art as their foreign I With "cautious steps and .slow" we I did he Now I assure you, girls these caps are wumps six independents, four Prohibitionists. -
I become calm, and then tho contrast is inspired with a zeal for proselyting.It 5 "
brethren the term dangerously becoming, usually.Cor. one two "no
"mocking-bird"
would
: make our through the long
way conservatve
OFFICIAL D1KECTO1CY. I was startling. He walked around is said that "the whole world lovesa *
Ohio Farmer.
might be very appropriately applied to politics. and not the -
toward the whence the ;
spot
grass the "
f- prostrate animal with an air of the lover. and the of the
converse _
not a few. The development of these .. question. The religious are
sound
Clly Officers.llsyor proceeded, when as though the keenest delight, always ending his proposition is measurably true that a preferences .:
r -L. Witkovski. powers frequently takes place when in I bird were gifted with the power of in- celebration its THE SWEET CASSAVA naturally divided among several denominations .,
Ir by leaping lightly to man in love looks upon the world with
Aldermen-IV. W. U. D. confinement, the exercise of the There tare Presbyterians -
., Sapp, Miner, faculty visible flight, it would be transported back and sitting there S
purring softly of affection and
I r f George E. Pace, L. D.\V all, S.F.Gardiner. seeming to afford much enjoyment to to a spot some hundred yards I eyes through rose.colored A Possible Rival of-.('()_n. Adapted to the 21 "not inclined to any religion 5
away. and
looking contented with the world spectacles. In the absence of:I Soil of Our Southern State 5
Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. iionalists
; :. tTreasurerWalter performer. Among the British I Toward this ,t 14 Methodists. 13 Congrega-
\V ills. we woyld cautiously and every thing on its surface.-N. Y. any accurate information on the sub Recently there has been an addition &
J irds which be t 9 9 .
may taught to utter proceed but just when Episcopalians.
:.Harshal-E. D. Wall. ; we appeared Tribune. ject we prefer to adopt the sentimental I made to the foo.l plants produced in Baptit
words and short sentences are magpie, to be within a few f-et -. U 2 Roman and 1 Apostolic Ca ,
.Aas6lsor-T. W. Sweat. rather than the utilitarian and I this which in time
j ay, starling and jackdaw. The first- without a rustle, without a blade ol NEW STYLES IN DOGS.Mastiff theory. country. may provea Jewish, 2 Unitarians, 1 Agnostic. 1
to believe that our Duluth man was strong rival of Indian corn. The
now
..' mentioned of these, it" is said, may bo stirring and withouta Swedenborgian. 1 Universalbt, 1 Duttfh \ -
.. grass apparently 5
*, Bull-Dogs and Terriers Have actuated by charity for his fellowmenand plant is called sweet It
cassava. seems
: County Offlcera. taught to almost Reformed, 1 Quaker, and four who Shave
speak as plainly as pause, the monotonous "Crake, Taken the Flare of the I'ujj.
?". County Judge-W. F. JJalphus. he does and the not by self-interest. to have been proved beyond questionthat not returned answers. A large
parrot Now is
; stal'1ingmay crake" would be heard at a still far nothing so scorned as Spitzor
Clerk of Circuit Court W. T. Weeks Mona Caird's query is on parwith:i on the southern border of the
:
,,:' Blieriff-H. W. Epperson. be taught to say almost any thing, as ther distance. As we think of it now, the pug. The huge mastiff the many of the puzzles which people have United States there are considerableareas majority of the class are church member -

;'. fu Assesssr J. E.Wainrf gh t. well as to whistle tunes. A goldfinch we can distinctly recall the "haunted" bulldog, the bull terrier or"tho fox terrier devised for centuries to vex themselves admirably adapted to wing The conclusion of the finance

Tax;Collectar-M. M. Hale. has been known to mimic to the life the feelingwa experienced as we stood in are a la mode. The little Blen S gr committee is that "an average man
with. It
either \
answers itself or is un this remarkable plant as a staple article -
,,8operintend' of Bchools-J. L. Hill. chirp of the sparrow. the "Spink,, ho; meadow (it was evening: ) listeningto heim has a certain cachet, because the answerable, accOl'dingto circum of home consumption while in would require about $2,16.6 t complete

::, Comity Burreyor-W. II. Edwards, C.E. pink" of the chaffinch, the twitteringof the landrail's notes which seemedto United States is, in a roundabout way. a four-year course a Cornel
but the s1a.rch.
stances of Florida its manufacture into
experience society
County. Commissioners \\' the swallow the bell-like University."-Albany (N. Y.) .
i \ "scold"of swell and die away almost to an L connected with the Marlborough L
;.i\ .Do B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. IL Flu bol. the blackbird the notes of the The among civilized nations tend Vstrongly tapioca and glucose ought to becjome a -I.- .5
\ oxeyetit echo, as does a peal of bells on a fitful L family. bull-dog when at all
Iter,)j V. Smith. Lp to overthrow the position leading industry. The cassava' plantis
: the bunting, the whitethroat and I breeze. and we are strongly inclined to:p amenable to the wiles of mankind is I EVILS OF IDLENESS
which she has taken. If marriage is a closely related to the ricinus or cas
the wren-in fact, any and every bird's think that the cause of the sound ap gentle and very affectionate, although L failure it is a remarkable perpetuationof : tor-bean, which itreemblesin general The Moral Force Occupation and Em

State oncer cry that he had the chance of hearing searing to emanate from so manypoints it looks wicked.. But of the entiro ployment of the Mind
Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville a delusion, but in any event it is appearance. It ii handsomer plant
S during his ten 'cars' confinement. almost at tho same timo is duo:I Ito procession of smart dogs the fox terrier ( Sr Occupation and industry are so often
.Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, pleasant to find a man whose views are not having the c<-tar$c. rank aspect of r
Cnurford ville. The bullfinch is a notable imitator a ventriloquial power with which I undoubtedly. metaphorically and I recommended merely for the materialgains
so decided as those of the Duluth m\n L- ricinus. It does not bear much seed,,
AtLorD.v.GeMralWilliam LamarMon. of tunes, while the canary frequently he bird is probably endowed. Tho really. takes the cake. His body ufacturer.-San Francisco they bring that their moral force
f Chronicle. and it is not propagated from seed,but I ;
aeeUo: :; reproduces parts of the airs that have grasshopper warbler and the ring- should be entirely white and only one- _____ _. _____ from cuttings of the larger stems. -As I is not always recognized a i shouldbe. .

Tii.urr.P.J, Pous, Macclenney. been whistled or played in his hearing. ousel possess similar powers. which I half his face and ears should bo UNSCRUPULOUS SHARKS. Yet occupation that brings no
to the quantity of cassava-root that
'
J.' ,CommUfiqner 1 of Agriculture-L. B. There is on record a most interestingand are, doubtless, a means of protection; marked; his tail should be bitten off rr r A Lawyer Explain flow They Strlndl may be obtained fron an acre of ground, material reward, and is, by comparisonwith S

Woinbwell/ curious case of mimicry by a to them being used to luro away thij": just after his birth and in time a few Inexperienced Women. work the merest trifling, maybe -
estimates have been
.ComptroHer-Genernl D. Barnes. canary. A gentleman, having taken I intruder from their nests.Chicago I hairs grow on the end of it that are I was visited the other day by a young made.no satisfactory It must under yet various if innocent in itself, a moral force

4 'A4jutlult-General-David Long, Cedal emporary rooms in a London lodging- Journal. plumy in effect. The fox terrier is lady who had been swindled by one vary greatly simply because it keeps the Individual
conditions. A I
ley.I single plant produced
house, was much disturbed during his S S *- frightfully nervous consequently ho of those college concerns that exact an out of temptations and gives employment -
Superintendent of Public Instruction. SPAIN'S ROYAL FAMILY. fifty pounds of roots the top measuring ,
Albert Russell Jacksonville. first evening's stay there by the persistent -- is not a rood dog to take out driving enormous fee for teaching something eight feet in height and ten feet in to his energies.

PROFE8S>MAL CARDS striking of a'clock (utterly regardless An Assemblage of Women and a Cross as he wants to meander all over tho and guarantee a situation. After the breadth. It had been highly manured Idleness is a fruitful breeder of mis 4

of time) outside his room. Child In Arms. carriage and havo you stop while he fee is paid graduation is postponed on chief. The mind. If not the body, must

I WRVEYIMG. CIVIL ENGINEERING. It[ became so annoying to him that he These women are not all Spanish. exchanges greeting with any largo one pretext or another, additional fees: A person the who has given thinks spccial:attention be at work during idle hours. It is

R. opened the door for the purpose of The Queen is an Austrian and the In dog ho may notice on the sidewalk. are extorted and the pupil never gets to cassava that from I difficult to cpBceive of a period of inaction
I F. ten to tons of roots of
ENSEY fifty one.yen.r'sgrowth
,':t., calling his landlady when, to his sur fanta Paz lives in Bavaria but the: He has a weakness for large dogs. If the situation. Tho concern can't get for the brain except during
... ought to bo obtained from an I
V..LI ENGXJSrEEB.. prise, the sound suddenly ceased. Queen dowager better known as Isabel ho goes out for a walk he loses no op any body a position and in fact never: sleep or insensibility. Thoughts come
of land : its .
to
acre accbrding: quality.This
II.. has unmistakable national I to himself with to do I went to the unbidden they mischievous or
JSTARKE, FLA. Upon questioning the landlady befound portunity ingratiate attempts so. see is little! bettor:: than conjecture ; may be
cnaracteristics. Unconventional and I bloodhounds mastiffs Newfound- man running the business and he merely idle. but occupation '
,*utItinr. that the sound was made by a or supplant
enormously
estLmste. lenlll1l', eta, ex. but certainly tho plant yields
.fled.. with aoourae, sid cUsp&$OII. pet canary whose cage was placed in a acute kindly and full of fun, the lands. His overtures are seldom met showed me the contract the woman them with other thoughts relating tj

,_--ilia. 55 per days ca, b.o window-seat outside his door. The quintessence of "gracia" goodnaturedto with enthusiasm and he is apt to be had signed. It was so carefully worded under certain conditions. The the work or play in which one Is engaged .

-! .-. imitation was so exact that it was impossible all making up for the grave defectsof sat upon materially after the first that the law would have given my uses to which cassava may be put are or stirs the mind to speculation S
almost too to mention.
I. 0. HAYNES to detect the fraud by the ear her education by the keenness of:I greeting, but this does not daunt himor I client no redress and I had to go back numerous it mybe with,By or planning. I i not possible'even
converted
alone. wits, the Queen Isabel (let history appreciate affect his belief in human nature and tell her so. She was surprised manufacture though it might appear to be desirable, S
scarcely waste, i into starch tapiocaand
S Reculver Marsh on the coast of her political conduct I am as developed in great size. :Men of when I told her of* the nature of the any to keep'me at work during all their

-1 .. J;: l.V T 1[ SJ.W: Kent, is much frequented talking at present of her character) is his size ho cares nothing for. contract. "Why," said !she. "I had no glucose. In the tropics Cassava waking hours. They must have rest
by lapwingsand flour is used exclusively for making
.. a
a pure Spanish type; she is whatTaino is hor..e that idea that tho I and recreation, and it during this
sky-larks, the latter of which have ,"It; at the fox-terrier is was paper was sign i
f ; large wafer or cracker which is quite
I Gab ever Jones' Brick libeL adopted the peculiar and well-known: would call a "representative seen at his best. He adores children ing. "Didn't you read it?" I asked period that they need some occupation -
palatable and keeps without injury for
S --- alarm-cry of the plover. These birds type" _of not a few Spaniards. Nor: and spools of thread; he endeavors to "Yes" said she, "bat I didn't understand Florida harmless in isel. to keep them
months. housewives have
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BUGG & WILLS are also imitators of the cry of the does her daughter. the Infanta Isabel swallow a bonnet-pin with the same it, and he told me that it boundhim used it for making bread puddings out of mischief. these otherwise -

ringed plover. Professor Newton tells Countess of Girgenti belie the ease that he does a chicken bone. Ho to find me a situation." There idle hours that good amusements
custards. fritters acd jellies and
as avegetable
country of her birth. Familiar has rooted likes and nothing in the contract about should be provided-books or
of another imitator of the dislikes, and he was a papers
lapwingthe -
Attorneys it is used in all way& In
at Law, starling who has been and gay a marvel of liveliness knows when he is being spoken to situation and sho had to submit to be read, societies literary entertainments S
moreover which Irish potato: *,* are usedl It Is
slaveof
heard to imitate the twittering of the and activity no whether his name is mentioned or not; to tho loss of her money. concerts and theatrical performances
food for stock that has
STARKE, FLA.j'Jl etiquette, endowed with a frank and These cheat hundredsof as a cassava of improving kind to be
swallow. Jays, again. are said to bo just as well as he knows the difference concerns an
excited most interest. It is gresitly
$ ce hI.aU the decided character, the Infanta Isabelpractices h between ginger-ale and people in the same 'ear. a.ttended.-Baltimore Sun. .
champagne. way every
.ttbJadlclal Court.Ia tberourtfcF. I able to reproduce the peculiar notes of relished by cattle horses, hogs and .
in
Circuits. virtue thoroughly Span S
the carrion crow. a He is not a greedy dog. but he is a Their victims aw generally women -4 5
ish mannerwithout angularity..supersensitiveness poultry and seems t(, be a very wholesome It Had to Come Out.
He and shrewd in evading
J. dainty one. sympathizes with they are always so
't FIELD There you
are very few persons who or affectation and with article of food. The great tubers I, -
in series of their contracts that the law can't
most exuberant
woe by a
have intruded the nestinggroundof your sometimes three four feet in "Were ever engaged In a train
upon ; of or length L, you
out the smallest trace prudery
; J1h: '1 V)1) rB Plillmr I the lapwing who have not been deceived What distinguishes her from the groupof kisses and when you are glad take whose hold of them. A similar swindle may be taken from the ground at anytime ; robbery?" asked the prosecuting attor-
woman'sdislike
he dances success
I D : about any thing about yo Li.vildly depends upon a
; the
him
by piteous cry and painful Spanish women with whom she of the year and used as food forman ney, lokin2' at keenly.
', his to reading legal documents is
expressing great glee at
fluttering of an apparently-wounde would naturally be classed is a manly or beast.-Milling World. "I was never indicted for train rb

STARKE, FLA. bird; for the plover is an excelent independence. an affection for spor your joy. He will let a small child worked by fellows who peddle rugs ,-. .*- _ bing" answered the witness, evasively. .
tear him to will walk and pictures. They visit houses when
pieces, tw
on 0legs
in "
mimic this
LLLWO&GVAPANTEED respect and by these "That is not the question the.lawyer. .
Box41 and bodily exercise which seems ratherto Wrong Use of Liberty; sad
know
.4 or on his ear to conciliate tho they no men are about, offering
succeeds in
means drawingoff the Saxon No "I will ask you again.Werq .
the
to race. one -
belong
baby. but from a grown permitsno their goods on the easiest conceivable ; .
novice from person "
her nested treasure. Titlarks the Infanta is them ever a train robber? ;,
,PEEKFRAZEE can deny individuality to time-payments. After the Liberty greatly' extolled but you 5
wild ducks, wagtails and sandpipers contemptuous trifling even with his lady con "J udge." said the witness .
Isabel and this quality makes he sents is a possibility in cur extending it to turning
to
tail. His memory is good. He never buy. a contract, containing a
also thus exercise their reasoning : of imploringly to the dignitary on tho.
and assimilate the broadest conceivable latitude
AttorOfJS at Law very "sympathique" forgets a friend or a foe. and he has a great quantity of matter, printed very "
faculties
and Notaries Death-simulation and powers of mimicry. her to the women of the Renaissance.The fine set of teeth with which to revenge finely is presented, and the lady signs exercising it to th,. detriment of "our bnch. "must I"answerthatqu?

STAJUrE is a species of Infanta Paz possesses refined himself. He is as mischievous as Puck: 'it, assured that it is only a matter of own souls and the; souls of others must, answered the judge."
BRADFORD CO. FLA. mimicry or fraud not frequently of painting and iwhich not be "And remember you under oath.
love There
tastes, such as a but faithful and loving form. Some weeks afterward she has are things may a -
as as only
a dog,
practiced by birds when suddenly] making verses, but has given no proc! contrary to law but which neveithe.less i- The witness turned pale and h
learned that she has the
be. I of that bought
of can am speaking whiciknow '
Title
-,..,bltlraeta and Real Estate Law a alarmed. The following is one out of of a really artistic temperament Th c are "not expedient." It is possible L- knees knocked together.
different
.5 I and acquaintance with goods on quite terms from
my a
XAbetr&c1, Liens furnlsbed'fax: : fhowin* every. Peer. the numerous instances that might be Infanta Eulalia, elegant:; and highl; fox-terrier is more than intimate it is: those represented to her, and she has for a man to exercise his liberty; "I suppose it's got to come out. 1

a?ut and .II: matte,' saleJudgment of public record and Attachn file cited: Some ten yards from her nest strung, has no distinguishing markamong chummy.-Philadelphia Times. to pay twice as much as she thoughtshe ] till he shall be enslaved by evil habits.- .. sold books and bananas on the cars for
eCUng :
8Oantl. Honda,"f up to Heal date Estate of Abstract.in Bradford on Lough Xeagh a water-hen was discovered the multitudes: of ladies who, 4 5 would. She objects. but there is It is not wise to drive to the edge j 4f a a whole year when I was a young fellow -.

1 lying on her side partly in the ornaments of ball-rooms ana to how adroit: oni) I is faltered the miserable man.-
are Kensington (Pa.) dentist proppeda a contract, signed by her. And the: precipice prove ; ;

the water her head being concealedby ; delight tho eye with their beauty.- patient's mouth open to fill a tooth I salesman-well, the salesman never in escaping destruction. And it Is possible Chicago Tribune. 5 ..

ItEJQUARTIRS FOIl one of the large loose stones which Fortnightly Review. and then to divert his mind, told a joke collects or delivers goods, and the for !his vcRluresomeness to pove : -. .. -
lay about the Tho bird ...
'mE spot. was -E from one of the funny pipers vividly lady never sees him again. Hid solo contagious and while he may escapo -First Little Girl-"Do you live Ina
XNaur A.1STO picked by the of tho wing and -Some reckless statistician rtckon
up tip
c destruction those who imitate Jhlm didn'ttako children
; that the patient gave a snort of laughter L- work is getting'people to sign those : flat? I thought they
as its limbs were relaxed, and to all that one Briton in every forty-five I I L. '*
Keprciantlnzthe: Liverpool and London that blew his filling clear oat of contracts of his.-:St.:) Louis Glob will bo imperiled and destroyed.Christian { .*- iu flats. How did you get in? -'

and Globe Company. appearance it was quite dead, tho afflicted with red or reddish hair. the window. Democrat. Inquirer. 'i Second Little Gr-"I was borued Lu.". ,.

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; C.' I SHALL"STARKE MEP Ti E LEAD. REPORT OF .
: I : for the Bradford County. The State of Florida.
j I ,Istttet t from the Office of th*.County .Tndge.ofJIradford-Countv: J..M.: Truby. B..T. Sternbunjl) I ijONBUiilAND 0\

period beginning on the firs&day; of October, A. P..1883., !>nd, ending &E. Strong. Merchants and r 1 TRUBY

; : CAM A. D. 1889 Partner doing biu'nen! un-{ ARSump"U suit I ,
A TANNINU ESTABLISHMENT i iBE nn the, second day of, September. der the firm name ai.d sty.'e I by .attachment. I :

I- A PROFlTApLK 1HST1TPTIW* S V of Truby: Sternburg andf bnir sworn tq S
f
Azn't .Am'tof I
.
S \ t' !e.t.od.V. ( Editor and Proprietor.si8SeRIPTION I :iiber
'of ofecnre. pany.'S. :'J1t
'fo yhibm granted.. For what puJ'PO p-". .'
StaZ& j -- ,
;; from. 'fo. Co'If A. L/ScotU J JTO I .401t -- S ',fj
1.00 A YEAH. How AJt>out A RIr Mill. A UM We*> ,. (
whose
Robf.rt....._..._ .......l\lprchant..Oct.1. .E8..0ct.1.., '89 $10 03 $ D above named defendaet L Scott and i I t 'V ,-Zl'
1..10 '
-i--- the
attached to debt
q For The You A I' 1000' Ii 0'1 property wag pay
Inzr People. 2..T r. Oa.cJdns..Dru....:.....:...: : notified I !
Entered According to Act of Co'.grcn iu .... JIO t GOO all other persons Interested are hereby J
Ilaye lAfium to Ex re. 3..FR Morgan & I3rther.tercblts.------ suit by. at I t
of above
) .tfiCfott Offlcf. SKirkf, Fla., 0t Second 4..RivP.. &JOltlel'.........__... ru'&itI.-........ ?. JO 00 50)Ii.J of tarimentand'the Commencement berths the re.qu.Jred to,appear? I They want to sell you yon fcroceriea
-- ...... .. .. 10 l'G 500 are Tistons Flour f
> (jiflu Mtdt ,. I 0 AI'raqz.._..:...! : :Merehant ; : : .r. .: 1000 plead ordemur declaration filed therein the .
: ; ... ....... -t 500 I
The time has at last whcn snrn- $_... .TrubJ'.Stp.rnbu& CO.'lerchant8. ,10 00 Seventh day of October A.V. J !89. the same be- Corn Oats Hand UranC
come 1..1ont"s&I1elberger.I rcban ....._....... :.' 500 the rule I f
J MUST he done ourjciUjensif; 8_.__.UD Miner .. ........ :.._:Jeweler..-......... .: 10l) 5CO lug the first Monday of said month will aod be UJcei I } i
-- n
lung
'Hie Kews of this judgment
Mandarin Court or
;,_ J3 probanly I..C W Blankenburg.... _..:._.Mt"rchant...__.._._.. 10 00 5 NI day 1 i
\ Starke is to hold its own in Ihe futllrci 1.P..ek&Frazee... : .. ..=.... Fire Insurance Agtll. V : 10 ro 5 ro against them by default B. RHODES, I I IV They want to sell you JTOIIF Dry Jowls -and Notions. .J
the smallest newspaper publUheil in ': : : r.
;p'' I 11..._._W altpr W Itl ....:......._...._....Fn.Jtt Store. ......... 10 00 500 I II
188Plaintiff Attorney.
| Thus far we have had 110 cpmpetitj 12..1tILJ thns............._...;..Poo1Table.500. 2 50 July 3, .5 1 I- fX
rxnct size ib 9x11 the above U I
tbe state. Jt? .::...:......Restaurant ._I...: t 5 ro 251) do hereby certify that a',true They want to sell Clothing arid
: ; and this fart bus (fjwiifwl! l a flense of secwr- 1.011: l\1: :::: .;...:.:.. .. e. 111 00 5 00 copy of the original notice now on file In my I you your Furnishing, ,
H..R Ah.art'i.-.t.lIlerchant.
i iiuhes V \Vitne band and seal of Court this I .
olHc >
; letbuigy MILd nbsolule : : II 10 500JG. 9 my -5-- 5 Gtiti'
.. itjIjordinu upon J5.......j tV H d s..l\lereh8JIt.- --r-
,. ',. -' ... Kirn..Rboe; Store.........: 10 00 5 00 July 3. l&'J. I .
\ L: tOll >.. ". sell
ilunilic Wzzs. want to .
i io They Hats
The heavy rains of h"t Monday indisposition grasp tlit! ipt 17.1ones& Dessant ............ If'rChant8 :I_...:;. .. V- '. 10 1500 00 750. 0' [SEAL.] .'' I you your .find Caps. : ,
VClerk.
:
MhicB e and .again haven hece tllJ'1)\\"I I .8.03 \V Andre..s.-.Livery Sta1le n .
S damage to Jack 111..0 W laint"R& Co..L.......... &1erehat.,.. .I. ... .. 1300 500 S sell
\'i'ning'dnne great ) luiriiy.. From this dungfrpysjf 51511'i !' ,. :o.......Blanton oS HaynlS........ :..L:.. ..... .. ,- : 1"") 00 ri 00 H Notice. They want to you your Hoots, Shoe.aJl(1 Rubbers. .

: nonvjlle and FaMo beach. The roof 1..J..ewls & 1cCutIey.............:. ::...... .. -V ". 10 CO 500 of '.
.', I yernrity! we are lii\\ly awnkenejl! J ytjn 22..0 Drol1sbaglD....... .. .. :... :...... ... 0. .. 10 I 10 5 00 : WHEREAS, David L. Alvarez.administrator late of Beadford. They want to sell You Your Jlardwaro Tools ;

$1 was blown from Murray Hall .l.ttult ; presentiment: ihnt ''e will! pooji liavcfj 21..R G Ware.................... ... ... ..: loro 500 I ofM. F. Brown., deceased has filed in and BuHdlBr I
of Florida
24..L W Sumer.......;__. .... ...... .. : 1000 500 County, State or Material. i.
said V
vi nwicstle for l'reooJigt. with, -enrl my office a suree tk>n of the Insolvency
buildings were leveled: ? ) Jjh I ; PHf; ; 25..Bradford County Euh8ngeOnoperatise
many UQ.lon 01 FIe... ..... ...... .: :: 1000 5 M I't&t.e these are tnerpfore to notify all person cTli :t'f'
the ground. -al towus which nrc Hire to spring up 26.......W W Cbapman ..._.........: 7. ..... ...:.: .: H' 1.00 500 idlng claims acamst(aid estate to fll Ie the )r want to sell you your Wagf Dugjfioj -
i along the new railroad! fhoiily to traverae t'\Vm litcb61t .:......:..._..;. / .. .... ". 10 0 It 00 I same in my ojlce.duputhentlcated/ on or by f4' Agricultural ..11I., .m
.t which
23 .... ..1\I11"h Hankerson. ...... _.._ t&urant.......: :.:. .. 5 00 2 50 th Second datspf January' A. D. 1890.on plcnientg. S cIKUfl: F< rttJ cl'H. 'I'
It looks like Chicago a.S.:1S IU- our county. These prospective towns are 29..M W Turner ..._....:._..:...Mercbant.....:.... 1'110 5M (1) day there will bo ftiade a probate distribution of I'The
rot to lit ptKh-p'ti1hc 1. .\-i fur as nxtural 80..W: acnam ......:::.\Jf'rcbant...;........ 11) 110 ri faJ..13inlt1cJ' I the assets of said estate among the creditors of want to. sell you Saddles ';
your
American tradeto t the ) Harness
ions for the South 8 Bros..Show..v.. .. .Jan. 1. 'pt :' 150 II 'Iii same. >v ami \\dp..
I advantages go, theirs will lie fully equalto ...:.:..Ambtf'r oS Tallilttrro ......_.)tt'rchanta.........:.oct I. '!' 1001 I 00 I I Witness my harijf aijd sea) this May 2.t h. A. they want to sell
pass tbroflgH ,Florida as are we 81.Prof: Burke ............._.. ;... _....::.:...:;... 1. /19 :.: 7 j :1 P I D It89. WM. F.)1 LP uRlf fact you everything you jnny! need. Give\h e_il i
Sturke's am! their fHCilnics for trans- ... .... ..... 'M 10 ((0 500 [SEAL] County Judga. be "
S-J..H: C FarkesI.: ........ .. .Morchant..I : .Oct. I, a trial, and you will convinced that they will '
I :
FloridU xiittf stives. Toe report of tation will be as good as ours. As the 85...,._fno King..:..;..;.:.:.:..Drugg1st.;....... : 10. 00 I 00 47-6mo save you mODe, 'T't
poi ..... .......Ych. '50 ': 5 t4 2 93 on everything You buy rml at tlu same time
86..H c:1 ht'r t'r c.t Rl.chard.: : ,Uerchants. 1. I 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUITI guarantee the r
the ooroujJtLee) who >iited Tampa. i iJ is tendency i U to go t-, t nick growing-esr 17.11 (1 GilL.........:.,....:._;....... .. ..........Oct.1, '83 .. 1000 ri 00 I IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD C'UNfY.AXXIE lit and of C oost, q.
1 ......... 10 11 It ro FLOHIDA. ) quantity; fi
J :tII..U 11 'OKRf'Y ._:.............. : j
.bZi very inte1.esuug, pec/.lIi strawberry glowing, initwwl ( fin aJ..tfll'D: c.t Rm.sell...... .......... ..:. 1000 500 ;I DRIOGERS 1 Bill r "

'_ II general farming' nnd therefore! Pill)' .......\J Shlpman........__....... .............. 10 00 .5 on I I vs. }- for : ,
41.1 PtcKfnnt'y& Odom..Milliners....... : :: 1000 5'00 ,I HEXRY DRIOOBRS. ) Divorce.
1C qQt agree with our esteemeJ a small plot of Kind will bp quired by d' I It being made to appear to"the sfttisfactlgn of STERNBub
S STATE OF FLORIDA.Cortv I this Court that the defendant. in the above stated
: Litiey correspondent; that Bradford each individual, it is inlfiral that henc: OF RAO"ORD. f I cause is a non-resident and that his residence is TRUBY & COMPANY %
that the
aforesaid,
certify
and State
I. Wm. F. lalpbuf1j.County Judpo in and for the County
I unknown and that he U the of 21 \
S county actually needs a bank. The fonh settlers will agglomerate at eligible abovo tabulated Statement is a true exhibit of all per-QDS and their occupations who have obtained it is ordered. adjudged and over decreed age that the years.said ,
the license yearbeginnlngOctober 1st, A. D. 1888 to I ,
office
from during up
my
places on the railroad nod the managers Occupation Licence defendant. Henry Daggers be and is hereby required
business Starke merchants -
r done by pur date.together with the duration and respectivecq:'spf fcpch licenses. I to aswtr, .or demur to the bill
of the understand, avery this 3d of A. I). 1889. plead
new nmoj bejng we Done day September
herein filed on or before Ihe seventh day of Oc-
in the line would
F.
banking SEVL.J WM. MALPBCBS. County Judgf
S lilxra1sfJd: enterprising\ set of mc!. [ ] ti/ber A. D. 1889, or said bill will bn taken as .STARKE FLORIDA. 1
port a bank in a handsome tiUP'J confessed,provided that publication of this enter H-UI HI- K ,
it is but |pft\.lnl1ln. expect ih.it their road; I be made once a week for four consecutive weeks _
Uta: hulls i it in primitive woadcq mortiir I turned homeward th.e' groaning and S r ,
to that in Bradford
A .bank, would be a great convenience will full fchnre of Millers by prior day the County TELKORAH. -
a mUlIIS"f -
7 S sjH with n woodun, pestle with great labor. I creaking of chains nn-l inachineryv.is a newspaper published in said county of r
to the people.! li1'rt 1 ithlccjlent! ,. I Bradford,and that a copy at said order be posted A. E. MOITT
Shipping rough rico has n.:t linidre.ll \ : hoard until out of ight. on the door of the Court House of the said coun- ,,
: I. Wj.Hl can Slaiku by me day
is oft so far. !but plant! good seed and clean vnd <, The draining of these lakes in a V
New York D 153.TL
I pity certain I'I'C.t1gc--Ip! !keen immigration to djvcrtfrom \ polish the rico hpre. and nobody need to I big undertaking but will lc a great : SJ] W. T. WBKIH. srx.A-EKE, (CALL STREET) ]r ORIDA.I .4
.
the world's exposition for 1892 that her-lo increase !lier population; a doubt tint it' will pay h.mdnc1r. A fin:1nciall'l1c''e:, when accomplished. Buoo & W ILLS; By N. 1).WAISBIOHTCoi&plainonN

she) has picked out the ground upon t ? plant for preparing[ rice for maikuti: i'i The reclaimed} land will,bo, worth at Solicitors. D. C.'. I TO ny Patrons and tlie general Public I would'respectfully: announce
I I. W. T Weeks Clerk of the Circuit Court io
'tirFt
which to erect the buildings. Kew In the place: we must ppeeaHf lid rather costly but well within the reach of a low calculation' 100( per acre, find for Bradford Cotintr. Florida: do oerti y that I am Htill at iuy old stitnd), n'-nly to serve my custom on short
ourselves pf the futile, pl'nll.r.wiCjcnrl. that the foregoing is a true and correct of
!
York will get left, bpweyer. }iicagp idea ( lich jil some of our citizens if they wjll. 51'the I I making thousands of (dollars: of taxable tlie original order in said cause now on file coy in my notiec, As hercl(.fore, I shall in the future use my:best endeavors to turn v
pound-foolitli, pf gelling : ufew and ;. Witness hnnd 1d s--al of said
a Sampson: city. mv Court
going to babat expOsiioLThe rcrig of lAp t. The time when strangers subject i" its proper light. property this, 2sth day of August, A.. D. I'W.SEAL. out goo.l wark at .1 low figure. I solicit the atu-ntion of those \in neeti, tQiages
These Inr ed. \vQiili) [ .] W. T.WFBKH Clerk.
two: ntciprises jf f $ .
entire south and all thp wt arc asked MONDA1 is ST0HITI.A .
weie.willing$ t to pny any price By N. D. W.AI.S-RIGHT
I' create: n niff ei)'ent crder of things\ here to
going to favor pbipagq.Belfqrd's : ; i rpT a piece pf land! foi fear't other Cyclone pauses over the County. V Deputy Clerk. : t _
what we have); now. Their profiubltnessto .
lIo .e.add Feu eiIowxi Duivu.lleporu
., land jvoyld be sold before they had\ timet NOTICE.V t S-o..SgL '
;
:
I their projectors and beneficial effects I from the oou'iity are slowly N
Magazine for Octoljer! i it if> \b'.iy auoU'cr\ piece is over. Theie. 1 is On: the first Monday in Oct. 18P9 the Public I r 1
; upon every producer, c\ry merchant in coming in of the damage done by byMonday's Roads of Bradford county. Fla.. will; let out I .w. ago:
; 5 1 n our dpsk fins magazine is .ipuch nfl :i1/utdanrc ol accessible aud cheap \hind%
I II
t the county ou-jht to be so palpable to C(- V storm. Tlio greatest damage to the lowest boda fide bidder by Districts sJlI
everywhere In the s ate and the Roads will embrace all Bridges ten feet and i afc-d OartsJh1
\ t- ,
improve 4 under |W. new manage- prospec I cry th'mkjng person that it is s, wonder I reported w a" at John l>. Johns' place, I under. Those over ten feet will be kept up I II or any other style o.f

m Went, Te|? new cover i is ,very bo- ors kTuThnt.. though some ofIS may that they arc noj, nlrea'b" est:;hliiihert. Bv I where the rpo'' wa* blqwn "tIthe stables, I under the Supervision of each Superintendant In I II I 4 ,
and addressed
bts District. All bids must be pealed "
IfCwe let
Doming. A complete dory is printed not. can cotifprm' to (his then their means we \vould\ have a home! n'nrkrt I laying{ bare some 2,000 bundle of oats, I to the Chairman of the Board of Road I it
every landowner make knowp that he has threw down the ftmcps and tho timberon I Sunerintendants the Board reserve the right to ':
; ill each issue as well as several sliprt 1 i\nd\ ninny!: who :o\v, gain n prccinnus I reject any or all bids at their discretion this I -aICLES. t
5 land to sell. its quality and its price and mile his lIe is .
square about place. Ault r 26.1889. I. n. WALL.o7nST 1Ami
living by other means \voi\td till (UIR soil ,
ones, 1'hw number contains an! article ill It'lid if opening his mouth for n bmad absolutely shut in by fallen (iP1l er. At I Ci) jrma1. :
People (rom Ihi\ Cil2ity arid elsewherea I W. M. REDDIN0, Clerk. ; t5
: S (rom the pen of Hon. Jeffersou grin nt some stele. .o''yr true tale" indited i John A.iidrc\ys tliG chimney was domojish'd. Plows Harrows
would lnk ,heir producu I to St.irke. and I Cultivators to order
Davis entitled "Doea the Majority for the sake of luring him to buy land ati.p v\ tr *e vyas blowii across his Notice of Election, III
trade in Siurte. Jinny employees would .
; exorbitant price, the sinnger: is like'y\ I r\ew barn,, roir\plej.ply bushing it. 300punelaof ) I Whereas the Town of Starke has been by this
:
ulet" It alone is-worth tlie. pricepf I hg needed and they would live here and Board declared and cous.itutcd a Special School other Ff ruling Irnptetiieiits.. m
leveled with the I
to open his purse and become. our neigh l fencing WUH Sub-Diitrict of Bradiord County. Stite of Florida __ _
: the magazine. Relford, Clarke & bor. trade here. Ou'siders would sow\ \\\vn\\ ground, 3 number peach trees uproot. therefore it is ordered that an election be I SV 5

t that a living criuld he made: her, and so lyId.and notice is herebygiven that an election REVAIRIXG of Vehicles, Ajrriculinral: Implvnu-uts, Tools, Machinery ; tl
cp., New York.. Price 25 cent'*;. Two things J have made Staikc whit she fd.Snot ppine 200 bushels of coin torn be held at Stnrke,Florida.the 10th day of October I ,, "
: (;Jims
Pi tols
S they would come and buy lti.lnd: celtlfll 'vu. Tho PiiiQ Hill Masonic build- A. 1>. 18.-9, for the purpose of deciding > etc., made neatly and stro I.I Iy by esjenenretlVorkiiien. 'Wo'
: There tbe of i is: lie railroad nnd her many '\ell-sup- would that them w,l whether the said sub district khall; be specially I \ Only the bet matvruls 1I 'cd. .
neyer wa \in history plitil stores. Our railroad will shortly not Capitalists find\ ,'t t\\o-slory frame structure, taxed to raise funds over and above the state and I :1

"gum" in Stark and they would come t .". X. J. Johns' Jr. county tax to increase the school pnvil.-ges aud
a
Bradford of I 3 totalviecK. :
county greater signs be the only oce in tIe couuty, and how oppcrtuniiii-s in said sub-dI tJil't; and also for ir HORSE SHOKINCi( acconliiig to Scientific Principles. -tati "
and start more enterprises. "Euterprisu lions I was unrooftril. M r. Yarborou $ at -
jstesperity than the present time. soon tome other trading point f- 1 = .
may come begets success." I hois.? ViiS. blown down Hud l.is fences. and for IIdtl 8ub-dl trlot at which election only ,
A deal of is into existence is only a questiyu pf tin.e., taif payers n real personal property within i
great changing \
money CALL A MASS MEETING. A man Uy! th? n-'t;e of Anderson was thecurporatelimits of said Town at atdrke', "iJ. ( I GARDINER p'3
bands all the line of Jjincju\ Law ley lIc nmcll supplied \\ithstores. he entitled to AND] :
along thc new I Let a ma<*smcelii> be culled and give injured by I bii i hpno f'lliui upon him. vote.The Board of Public Instruction !

railrrad and work is plenty for allS we liHye l lost almost all her tiiule, the subject all the airing it deserves. Let Tho extent of his injury \n Mot known for the County of Bradford. -j

and what 1 Uttle; otftt yet comes here tipLnwtcy I aact i Mrs. Kclle3'.s l\u.ll..S ''"O "a V State of flurida.Attest .
who choose to work Towns will I delegates! [rum t se FarmerAlii nice ;111dunr 4V : D. r. ALVAnEZ. I STAriKE !
merchants are fully compensated unroofed and all her TOUC&- torn down. .;. L. IIlU. Chairman. Bradfcijd County, Florida
fiu\t growers' societies be present. .
become numerous all along this rail for liy n lion's share of the Kingsley lake : A number others woro morn or less becretty.taike, }'Iorlda.liept. 2J, tSRO.Florida .
The above su: eftions) are Iluroallrl it is ,
road. The people of Starke are trade which goes there !since Lawteygive3 :; damaged( butowiugio tlio bid I ioids buti S -S.I :1

Th glad to see the county grow ] andS reH.uiierativcimpl'iincnl; ; to mlln.l Ivingsley not unlikely feiiMhlu.I thai m.iy 0,11\1'1':01.llwn equally'be presented.as good1mid lew people have come to town since tho I Trunk Line. REAL ESTAtE AGENTS

4 ] loll.. I cyclone and. Iho full extent of the dam- .
have no feeling of jealousy toVard: )h' l1whie! we would\ S.WZgSL Ihnl j'Oli cut. ,
is hc.irnc.d.The I II
'J.\sthe time Is likely- sure to comevhen ngo nut.ret ILOHIDA CENTRAL T
z any point; still it is natural} thdt we : uay this out and pas-lc; it in youry\\ \,, for tLwrcI -
\: people from other p.irU; of the county -
I y'2M1. want to keep ahead and always! be 1 :is "million in it." Invalid's. Hupp.Incurable I & PENINSULAR R. R. I .
will no.:lougcr be umf cited 1 tp come, to -- 1any t''f.'l11lngl cases of Woo poi-
+ / the metropolis of the count '. In StN ke pll is i ula auil rlu-uinAtisni luivcbounpilrod I Formerly the %: U. & N.Co. ORANGE GROVES. :
: } V buy, ? and !.iip, it tune to, j SAHPSON CI't.y.I SO2catanM scio; ,

: order to do this bomething inuiit. l be look about\ t fyr sonic ilId, \enietit tot* for by U. B. B. (Botanic BloiM llalni), in ri/ I Tio Dredge and \hat It 1* Dolns, ; the: BlooiJ Balm Co.. AtlanVi. (:. Write to 3 i imifc.ttN )1s__: -
done beside to aav so, W'r.lt1{ \'tll ning It, .r..ime.holl J\ r"bili.u\ I i ::,1.1 The rity of Sampson, although in : them till'hook lllleti 'vitti convincing proof.i I ftOlp'llOS ail.v l'1'ernnnilina Ai "3 05 p IMPROVED\ FARMS

S carwt; consideration qf thu a/ttcJe] increase ;II population and wealth. If the 'r.\"Q' :lttt'IL promises to he :n i I (I. W.' B.. Ilai,ler, Hi'i-ijj "avei\ miles from Athens -I 70li'll45ftll.vG.wpiiiOTiiir.v'! Jacksonville, ArIupI64Qa'ArOallcinna 1 50 p 6 IU) ii I f ,

we WIlIIan.lhin to turn up, tte nm!t I' fair rival nil Oa., writess, : Tor several years I Buffered 83pI24pLv) Baldv.ia Art42pj 50411
other
in apoihi-r column f to liradfQid! county -
Iu.ldedJ.aJl \\urnitup. or we will be left stu'.ly: IKThind. with riy nl 1.f,1 ijj iilcei-s. which doctors treated and 95pI 127pUrOWp Lawtoy .\rIHSI1 353a1 WILD; LANDS.
It is 1f vcytJvuit ;
t9.wLI1. \ 14JpAr AtarkttWnMo Ar 1128 3 "0
; ; a
'r
r Starke keep the Jx-adf? It w ill also pronourcod I ificurnblx. A syi J" hottlunfB. B. 1JO)) P 2 1.pIAr Arlliii2nI :H..la .
C\(.t, at tills early Htf-.g rJ its hiatrvtci B..dM nrrf mirp Koo-1 thiu ail the d":otorb.. I 1120p :'JopAr tT atlornaArII.)23a1 20Jal.'uia ---

1 be, p.9\h i :ed, by reference to otir news WE CAN aTAiyr .\ XNEKY. s C e t\e| :great picture.lieir>t; inaOu: kept on UMIJIC U ft*>d very ulivr hetlfd/.' I hal i2.ip.vr OcJala1 U07psola I .1.OOOOt1 Acres ef land) belonging to the FLOBIDASOUTHEHN

.y column, that )Ir. N. J. Hagjiman In our last we prppoyd a fsuiiii-ry, nm- there in thp \V.-\) pj ,trelgitl)1' D. C., KinarJ So\. Towati. Ga.. \\Tit a; 6r.KOJa 35051.)aj 8 oil tOp fI Ar Ar Wild Lcoburjf wood At1 All 7a5aJ 11 20p7o5p I '

I ftarts the list with $.cO for a Cannery (JOg oilier cnterpricea likely to succeed rather (liggingt.a canal t'rgjn fc>.im.p.- '%y.e Indxiced.*neighbor to try IX B. n. for ca- 9411 640'. |I' Ar Ta cares LJ i"- a 700p IJAILWAY CO., tlbttributed throughout the state> an$
; It Ar Orlando {
tar'h.Jhich: he thought .itirurablc. an it had resisted P L.j 54>>111 4.OOpI
4 and, HOPO for a rice nil !\..VhoV'ill INTP. Wo all know how very easily all son lake to form a proper outlet for all treatment. It delighted him.und con- _!31 I I TAMPA DIV.N. I I 3U7iOp I extending southward from the south boundary of Ueorgia to Fort Harre!!*
.
t :i l by npjjt to. tke stpck? :'Giveus kinds of Mnnll fruits and vegetables.- that lake in draining its surrounding tic ul g Its us* he Was cured sou ml and well." Lv Jacksonville Ar I 610 a I In Monroe county. V "

iiiigcs. penchs nnd pears can be tai ised, muck lands. About 5,000 acres of R. M. Lawsou. East Point. Oa..writes: "My 5 OIl a Lv Wildwood Ar I$45p .

S your name f}nd the amuUIt of 'nd would lie raised, here, if we hltll\ land, including the overflowed lands wife had scrofula 13 years f She kept growing 5 6 40 ID a al Ar Ar Sumterville Panasoffkee Ar Ar I I Step 73 p Liberal Terms and 1 ;
Inducements
d iff.
j. stock you will take and it \\iil hepublished home nisi Kit. A cannery would supply around this and adjoining lakes i is worse. She lost her hair and her skin broke out 713 a Ar Catharine Ar I C4op Special are oJffr

.' it'1- in next week's paper. tin* much needed home mnrket. Our the property of )11os"r8..J. L. Gas- followed.fearfully. After Debility.physicians emaciation and and nnraentiig no appetite advertised 85 80511.r)a1 \' Jjicoocheo Dade City Ar Ar i I 5 COip 15 p BONA FIDE SETTLER
i 10 30 a Ar Plant I
Lv
:: i Think this propooilion has met with some very favor- kins, U. L. Peck, of Starke, aud mcnininf fai ed. I tried B. B. B.. and City 400pJ4
I ---
: matter over and let: us her recovery was I apid and complete." i7L! I 13 I CEDAR KEY t>. I I 2. .1.18vain's t
,. 3.bJ crii jc' i.Vi I and ?"Jie 'infftvornble: the! IA'WIS &? McCullev, of Lawtcy I UUwr gecor, Baltimore. Mil. writMV. "I 1.r.o 45 eM.Y 33.0JUCO .
), act'a* v dl} as talk. sufferwl pI1 Jnci59nv! Ari UOp!. ClOa Acves of Wjl1iDhSWL( laud au.do tlJ. J. t
t latter to the effect that materials for canning These gentlemen propose' ) to icelaim fro tweak hack and rheumatism. B. B. 806a' 0 p Lv Waldo Ai II 351' 3*) p i : : .
of B. has proven t) be the only medicine that gave 7 Ma! 3'SpAr Gainesville Ar 90118 23ilP1215p Sam'l: A. Swann situate on both side) of the Floritjp, Railway and Navig
,
about fertile laud that .
o country iu the world produce and could not be supplied as fast as needed. 3,000 acres me relief. 10 45 a/ 4 12 p Ar Archer Lv443p 825 a
i Is overflowed and do this .I ,r Brooson Ar\ 7 48 a... .
to
I' But tliis assertion now tion Co's Hue of Railroad between Fi'rnandina -the Atlantic and
amounts 10 coast
naught. (
CqThwneg MI much leather (lo Jts p
S--_ o ns the Unitt-d. State In18W) the Lc-t someone flU I) guarantee a Kale of the successfully they havp purchased 9 I 1 I WESTERN: DIV'N. I 2 I 10 Cedar I
Tlrtueof the Gulf Xf
I and have in By an order made by the Honorable Keys on of x Cf. j
", ) operation! a powerful William F. 7'II P 7 15 afLv Jacksonville Ar' 3 n 245
vegetables etc. Malpaurs. of
CV"n'ry'8 trt'L.uct nf_ leather amounted: in by purcliaMiig) a cunning County Judge Bradford 80llaAr P -
steam dredge which is County State of }"Ioridlex..rcisln 80lp Baldwin ArI300pI 141lp t
excavating a ; probate <-
I value to more than f 2OOQ.Q O.OOO at tbe plant Hiul netting it up. and the supply power dated September 24th. 18S9 apj-oi'iting 1040p1 '36aLAr LaketitsAa l2f pIt 22a
60-foot canal to carry the water off me. tho undersigned as commissioner! to sell llMp027ajAr Live Oak Ar1123601955a '
will
nanurarioiie. be The should cer
forthcoming. plant ORANG
During the last the l41)all8a.Ar GRQVS and. IMPROVED -FARMS
Madison
year The dredge is beihsr worked by tain real estate situatec in said i-ounty 11 Brad. Arlll2SaIfslsa -
J ciniutrvV\ imports of raw hides nmounted include evuporaters and apparatus tor ford. belonging to the estate o: Sarah C. Linton. 4 1 a2 52 pIAI' lonlict"llo LvIlOU5aI 525a
)[("srs. J. T. Fewkvs, "f'I'C Lubin; late of Hillsborouirh Countv. State of Flori,la. Gloal 2thipAr, Tallahassee Lvttflal! 320a I
1 ill value ly 3155o, I iu addilion the making wines jellies etc. In the springwe and Arthur Johns and it is deceased. Now. by virtue of the authority v.st- tlO)1l 3QipAr Quine" L1f' S CQ a llOa920a. ; A PECIALTY

,\ fuonni.ua quantities of domestic hides have first the enormous (now wasted) rapidly ed in me as such commissioner. will soil in front 4 (JO plAr River Junctior.Lvi 110 ajt Q.s a ,
eating its way along through solid of the e 'u1t house door in the town of Marlce in Trains Nos 1.2. 7. 8. 9. 10. 13. 14 daily. Nos 3.
aoil. kins that were converted into l louther. surplus strawberry crop to be canned.evaporated earth. It takes about 45 seconds to day the said or Novemaer.coun v 01. A.Bradford D. 1S8D.on b.rweentbe Monday" the 4th 4. 23.2,. 30 daily except Sunday} 31 daily except Smdfor discriptiv paQlph1ft, maps:etc.anfl .

:' In the Rnni1 peii<,Ml th j espoits of I leather and made into wine and jelly: lift and empty a scoop full of earth, hours of sale, at public auction. the fllIoiiig legal FERNA Monday.NDI.NA_AND : -- -
JACKSON"kLL1R'CH.No.
and then cucumber caulifloweis onions, etc., lands of the estate of said demlett: The NEtf : IFUIac
its manufactures from the United but for a steady hour's M-oik 60 ofMVof Section 30. Tp 7 S Ranzn 2K.:. containing GO, Ko. 6. No 5. Xo 61 : '. .J) } ._

f SUti-8 nmoiuittfd in value: to f 1.7.1'i.689a for pickles; tomatoes, beans, pens to cnn: i is a good run. The forty acrrtj more or le!s. Said lands sold 845a430pLv Jacksonville Ar 8 JO a OOHn LQm 7. jl" J1K'i:V "K5!
scoops population to pay r' bs. TeriiiB cash. purchaser paying for 10 05 a. 0 00 p Ar Fernandina Lv 7 15 a 430p _'l .: 'J .
gain nf more thnp $1.000.000 in tie} last peaches (home supply inny not be enough of Sampson city will not reach titles. Xjsv. L. B RHODES. Traifi No 5 and 6 daily, except. Sunday. No.

t \\welve months.-Ex.L hut oilier paiLs of the state can make up high in the teens as yet still its Sept. ST-th. 1851. ... Comoiihbioner. 6'anrt6l Sund IY onlJ' '

t I. 7:15a., m.. New Orleans
S. riificSency) to can and evaporateihuckleberries Exprtss. shortest'ii
., fame has reached l and NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.I line to Middle
quickest
every part and West Florida points.
Come to Florida. I I :i and blackberries do. ;; pears, do. ;. of fair Pensacnla, Mobile and New Orleans. 7:15: a. : ) '
portion the m. '
s. I. 4. From what we we in our exchange a for wines aud j jellies and ojur county amt AT OAt E8VILLE. FLORIDA. > and 7:00 p. m. trains connect through to Thom- I ]r "r', \' 'dr'B' _
S effort j grapes oranges adjacent ones. We. were informedthat "VOTICE ia hereby September given that 21st.the I8 following: f asville. Montgomery,Nashville St-l. uis. Cin :' J : )yJg; r\'D'O'( 'ii''..: \ore) 'I I

great is lo be made this winter lo lor wineand pr scrv.'II. Fuel isqperycheup people have uoinc. there from 1.* uaoied settler has filed notice of hi< Inten cinnaO Arrive ,at ChicaRoand 2 41 p m. and all 3 points 45 North aLd West. '

induce western and eastern settlers to I water abundant and pu .c. building many iniles off ta visit; the works. and tion that to make said final proof proof will in be support made of before his claim W. T. 11 43 p m Mail and Express p m.'or all points South

: conic and mnke their homes iu F ondll. tnnteiial and labps hen. Sugar Gainesville.. Ocaia Leesbu Tavares. Apopka.
are The[ G. S. and F. railroad will Weekclerk of Circuit! Court at Srarke Floridaon Oclando. Panasoffkee(St. Catharine
pass ), Dade City
,
A h'iii.where tie sun shines Foftly'all] the and vioeirai can be partly ,1 NOVEMBER SEVENTH. 18S9.viz: .. Plant .tv. Arrives at 1 Ii'
syrup ; ur. QIly', through this pja?*, making it one of JESSE GLOVER, of Lake Butler Florida p m.
'. S ... ycnr and tiuiwc and freetlrg blizzards are Mipplie l by our farmers.. it? principal u.taticuis expecting of H. E. No. l 322t for th. S- of SWV and s"J3 7 00 tho p Ocala m Local, GainesvUle.connects through for all points STa I1., JtI rL.ome.ti.t'
Unkh. \\ II. when blooms vast fields i,f cotton SEX Sec Si Tp 5 S of Range 19 E. He r.ameaUu Orlando, Leesbura. Tavares
\ and. corn and green trees bend under Vegetables for can ling need, !oZ. be I II course to secure thousands of crates following witnesses to prove his coutinuous res and TarponTampa.Springs Arrives, Southerland, St. Petersburg I I
6
at 10
'it .. burdens golden fruit. The immigrant growu 8<' tarly m the year as those Tot : of veg ables. iob will It? raised idence M. H Marker upon, and. B.cultivation Dowling.J.of.G.said Johnson land, and viz:f n a m Cumberland Route Express a connects m.

,. whocomett here will fiud. a 'al 01. generous the northern market; hence they are raised I I on this drained land: asrv lI\\ as Jobu Croft all of Lake Putter >lorida.ALEX. at daily Pernandina,for Brunswick.with steamer Macon.City of Brunswick
: people who will, welcome hint LY. clf. Register. Atlanta. Chattanooga -
gladly cheaply as cold weather: 1 does not rot I thousands of boxes of orarges from Louisville, Cincinnati St. Louis and
in their hospitalities and insure :'him a Chicago. Arrives lOOp m U' jVkts
:
peaceful home and full enjoyment "f all the seed or freeze the stalks and the heat the surrounding beautiful grov 's.in .- NOTICE. I 43Qpm Fernandina Mail and Express dailv ,

I LIB rig'llto'uDd' privileges! arcordipg: \ him of the sun makes less manure nece'eury. fact, the Wit ones in the county, AU person Indebted to th$ estate of Sarah I I except wi tho steamer Sunday.St.Connecting Nicholas For Tuesday and Friday
t-avannah
II.c slIme free exercise of his political convictions Vegetables or fault for canning need lie with few exceptions are found between immediate Pouds. tleceae'i.t-ettlemtat'Will,come ai.d all forward persons and holding make I landings; Thursday with Mallory steamers and way for \VJ1ito 'Xools

t ; thttt ,Ii()' claim for their nwn. in neither of us large size or fine shape as this point aid !IarnVto1).a few claims against said estate will present them duly I leave NewTork.Jacksonville Arrives ft50 a m. Sunday train ., Jiace 11filJinC1-7
8 !
; ': spite pnrilsHiis In' some sections of the north.Iiidi'inudeM those to be shipped. They can also stand miles to the east. The writer's visit or this notice will to plead in hai;of their recov- I I Baldwin This new for service all gives perfect connpcyonsat : J

jf thought with the -wir- hauling over rough loads to the dredge ler'lInac"-fo that ery.. VANOIK Administrator.L. GEIQEB I Via Callahan to all points points North North East East and and West.West GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS BOOTS ii ND SHOES AND

< to them command us niiich i is the I vf& F niandlna' (onectmz with
ire express WE CAN START A 1UCE MILK.Alxtul name hcsto.w upon it-wan September 12th.1889. of Brunswick steamer City
81n00 I for Brunswick, Macon,
AUanta,
S .44 t respect here as elsewhere. Northern men I (If nccevMty short, but it was easily nnd appoints North and West. '
here walt lenrti that law is eight or nine years a citizen I FINE
I ruining \ respectl ago CLOTHING.
l lnd l enforced, justice fairly administerol of Narke announced his intention to put j'I seen: that a deal of fun in indulgedin I I D., c\ Maxwell, A. O. MacDonnaH.G. P. &. '."A. -

and IHW breaker puuibhed with: by the "hoys" while. operating it. DRUG STORE I Ucn. Manager. -
?. up K Nee mill tb..t fall maid exhorted the I I N..3J. \ ;
I ? : UiptrLiatityTimy will also find henVmf.liern There was :an occasion do Pennington: / I i '
to mice I to a bit of PerV Traffic Manager.U. I I r I ; I
rice- And I
funnels did
they r'li ise : l I I
Republicans taking equal part !inHilmiriibtrntion repairing during our visit and I tORGEANV' RIZ4AAli' I I I
'" .. 'S \I of government, ttnnddii rice in abundance and very excellent rice. small a : '-_- -.i. 1- I' i I I /, !I
cotton fattened : I
rope was to D.
.tng the saiuti level with the jutherij\ too. But the mill "fvcr mlltcrhlizcrl, and I a MINER .
,J '3)cmncrots ill the courts of jll\lIce. and 1 heavy: chain to draw it over a pul S
the rice had to back into ob .
;i : eYl'n'but.1y.: jifi'Ctly and alwoluiely l secure: crop step curiiy leanti then to the deck of the -: : ,--. P. O. : BUILDING.

in all.lbei'r projrty rights. IJt-re lul-or I K.iiu.: No crop was ever so c( 'pI"f'ly "Mr rriraar." The end of the .

.4 : and ciipitHl are htymonifvus. and dwell torctlttr Milled It) Hny locality as rice is >ocoiinly. \lJili rope t1t& ,
wa to the
given engineerwith ,
trusty
wy.hi.ut friction! The '-- #I=
t.
laboring7nnn I No land i ill too high or too h.\ I I
, U is n-cufe (tu his wages Wl hnve con- instructions to "heave ahead;"

: f.rtltltlemell. and plenty .>f f((Hl, for it here; it can stiuul any amount (J I h\t lol the weight of the chain was DE4L.EfE8.: Ii

(:' 4 S 0,ir Isusru.lIdnIfl.etp; the t-ulilvntu: j I wet or dry weather aud if choked with I LOCk rmioh for the. 140 'b;>.. avoirdupois _, .
V ;
d",. ol I t te staple crops nnd, of fruits' aId tlm\"jl]I werdi it wiil pick up again as soon us i I lof the throttle tn inter. He did V 4 l SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS, AGENTS

I F rrb. mid the iudustrii'\ rnnp y.il. ; J. L. GAS
i-iilivntfit.: It c.n be planted from 5Inrrlto "heave hell\t KINS i
J not a's
1 4 w ant for Vopie comfort ) lId h Wl\r 1 expected by ,
U 'S, )he can mnke his possession' uurv \Hluable. -, June lequin no hurried cutting and the! crowd of HI.\ioits. and terror- I URALRK IN \1hl1 itum

I it .' ,, ikuool* Ita'. ." vhurche n.: V I I may l he J..t'plon the Mmw in the stack for II.strivkon I II bosses, however, but something Drugs & j! WATCHMAKERAND .st

rs* '. ", r"umll'v-l'\. nndj. eo' a.tin, 1* free an intlffl/iite H-riod{ of time. Both the after the manner that .MedicinesStarke -- \
? : : all children.; I Jonah : I SPA-SIDE J.I-tUAttY
a AND: I.'INF4
I I
ip CIGARS.
.
grain nod straw make gOtll\fond for hteite4 the whale Fla4Physicians' '
: stock : .
-riyht into "
: 'lc.ml"to ..1"ldlnd. you wil! find Illd' de] jxwater. u. JiLIRI
iicu hnd Invibhly supplied it \\jti nil thc uud how well our farmers like it for the Hiu no harm! wa* lOne ands I : --

I' e l4-inci.t tliiil go to tnriko life uiiiih liv- !! lbUs can be proved,, the fact. I 11lIt l aLlni'stev.ry ( n ail: Wl'orkinlJ' again as brisk 'IJre (l'iltionM I STARKE. FLA. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR \XY PAPER OR MAGAZINE. Ord$,

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-_ or. 1i i: BRADFORD COUNTY iiLikPH.Toca1affair A remedy for Ilard times-btty Other towns are building. factories, I, THIJHXAN. ; '. Mr. D.p.Prvp.ua.-. -' ..-., _

: your goods at I why not Starke ..I" 1 ; IO I NjE.fJ: "' Tem pies MilIvS{.- 23d,1880.- *'

: pOiA 1 1f .' ----- Truby. Steriiherg-.&. Co. r Starlet' Institute will, open next CITY, AND WHY"IT SHOULD BE A ; :, .j'r.w; : J Editor Tf.LEORAra'bi' your
Fla. 27 We will"sell CITY. I' .. '.. .
I Stiirkc,' Sept. 1889. > clothing cheaper Monday as a free I'ICho 1. paper t>f the 20ih furL, that you a're lit,
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I -- than:*any Louse, in the {Iuut". I Mr. I)..B. Hiers, of Ocala, is visiting The Largest Orange Trees in the State I .t tI for cannery_ ,also a rice mill. I think

:, I Just received 2Vuby and, Steriihnr'g "!b Co. I with hi* people this week. I I Of Florida areOrowing Neat !I would pac anyway I would chance

I a'fine constantly of fresh receivm I Mr. N. D. Ha.L'aman is the first to Thurman. MAMMOTH |500 on the first and Sl.OOO.on. the. rice \
: assortment I subscribe toward a and a, A personal iu.opuclion prove conclusively f (
ro groceries R. M. cannery mill, if a toe formed ,
at Alvarez. company can within
$ tlmt ihe G. S. Iud F. Railroad is inn
S i t d b % #f fSpeeial. rice miii.'bo will be the next? !
There J is no 10\\11.111 the State that ( fuir way u> completion through Everybody go to the tent and seethe '
tengoods, siay lower than Starke: finest lot of photos in the state. The grading is done from'the loll operation in eight months,say tb* j

It 5 i- with pleasure that we an. and no firm in Starke ,offers a. better Remember, it costs nothing to look. I'alatku end lo within a few miles from DRY-GOODS first of May next. ami "lime, rice milt by *

,stock or lower prices, than Owen. Hampton nod tics laid on the road-bed. October lBt, uO. SMribem up. we Md- '

AKII16 nonnce to our many patrons thaf we I' Trilby, Sternberg fc Co. only waiting' fur the slel rails and the ? loth. .
Hampton is to have a brick store have one or You r .
$; $ S $ $ proper allowance of spikes to be a Mire \
have (again) made arrangements Saved elected at once and a wholesale I, N. D. llA QAM.:.
by buying goods at enough railroad. This luIH'l'n a very

POWDER I with that wide.a wake, illustrated Truby, Stcrnburg and Co. grocery establish ment. Hurrahfor easy road' tu build us tmt few Alls have : Tlioaiaavllle on New Hirer. -V,

'ft J .*: :I Job lot of Hosiery at / Hampton. been made and the greatest cut is hula STORE Editor Tfii.EuKAPit spent several
farm magazine, the AiIERlCJ.XFARMER Some good work has been in days last week New
put on river at the com-
Pure few
Absolutely I .L'r'ibvSterzubnrg and Co. fut in drplh. The country through
on Walnut street by the street commiltee 1 ing *own Thomaavllle. I found the '
published at Fort Wayne, : Old for sale at this which thin loud runs is very fertile and
ThU powder never varies. A marvel of purity. newspapers this week. No one complains peoplt iniifli elated over the prospect of
More economical office 25ct hundred. cmit-equeutly thickky' st4tled. .',.
and wholesomenefS. a very
,
.Uvnrui tM ordinary kinds and ca not be o1d In Ind., '1 a read by nearly 200,000 ;I of it. ira'sporlatioii| in ho iiesir future hr the
i nan Itrge number of tine Uuring
.ompl'tll.ion with the multitude of low test I. Every department in our store is Bennie Wiikovski the climaxin orange groves O. S. nod F. railro-ul. ('utton picking

.Aiort only! in jreicbt.cans.alum BorL or.bosphateoWden.BAKING POWDER Co.Sold, lIe farmers, by which that great publication full to o.verllow.i\.itli new goods his chow window.cap He has a border on cither !Mdc, soetns lo Halm the former uadivided '"
LEADS
street, New York. at. prices lower ever. The Haul is graded digoollhIhruu h THE attention
Wall will be mailed direct FREE water mill erected there and it ia in at present and most of them
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: I Truby. Sternburg & Co. full operation. Don't fail to see it. 80 acres of Mr. Tho. DixcuTs place and ay.thyield will be mtu-h better than

:ACHINGTeeth to the address of any of our subscribers A word to the wise is enough- here, or near by, it is proposed to make a.tatiuD the crop indicated a nionlTi or two agt.Whll .
filled and pre- Mrs. R. C. Heiberger, who is visiting ; :Indeed he enterprising citizen up there I attended baptismal \
aiertedwith who will come in and pay buy your goods MIX relatives of Mr. Heiberger in service. Seven peraon were baptized.
inteud
build
to town. In
out destruction up n driving
L uf jetveS.Abcessed. all TFbeu 'I'rubyternburg & Co. Washington, D. C., is reported as through there one will notice a great deal PRA DiE) number Rev. Mr.of Mahphuri.omclaulmig.people were present Qul'S to wit-a
up arrearages on subscription you want anything in the herself and much
enjoying improvedin the
of enlhusiiihm nmong the people, which is. ueas liiipretwlvo wrtfinony. and I am
Teeth Hardware line go to health. glad to, the ht uf order prevailed.
and one year in advance from date. the best sort of beginning toward the desired This say .,
the result (
lucce..htlly | Trnby, Sternburg & Co. WHS a protracted meeting -
treated. I I V Cabinets of whole at $4
a family end. r.c.ndI1l'1t"d by Judge Malphuni, who
PIVOT TEETH adjusted In an artistic! and to any new subscriber who will I Furniture at reduced prices at per dozen at Owen The railroad company have promised to ia very popular aa preacher in that
aud serviceable manner. Trnby, Stcrnburg & Co. ,'ctl n. also attende the Thomas villa
pay one year in advance. This is ? Don't let any other neighboringplace either put station upon ilr. Diion's I3STDRYGOODS debatim dub and was much. surprised
': New fall goods arriving daily at stait a cannery or rice mill land or very near it. lie offers to give and phrased to note the progress of tbe'

\WM. M.J DEHjiRT, grand opportunity to obtain a first Trtiby, Sternburg & Co. ahead of us, for then our chancesare the company one acre of land for school club. Young men and l hn-s that I ,had S
thought too timid
to my anything before
DENTIST SPRUCE ST., STARKE. I class farm journal free. The Heibcrger & Richard, lost. As yet these industries purposes. another for church and another the public would <-UMI" right to the
Propnetor ot only grocery store in require a wide "range" here. yet for a depot and no doubt will go even front in defence cf their respective aides

Ml the most approved" styles of PI.ATK" I AMEEICAX FAEMER IP a large 1 G- the city. I Willie Thomas, who carries the further than that if necessary, while Mr. of voice the (almost question reminding and HI the top of of their
im-ludiiiK PURE PARA GUM. you some
\VoBK.lirokfui and cracked PLATES mended of natural circulation SHOES arc always sold cheap at mail between Starke and Lake But- Sullivan who 0.V1I8 it beautiful little tract I eloquent lawyer pleading Mt a murder

etrontc and smooth as when first made page journal, Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. ler, killed a rattlesnake over six feet I a littl'i nearer to Hampton. offers the trial. I was astonlsbwl *t the tatererit

Teeth Extracted without Pain or which ranks among the leading agricultural INDISPENSABLE FOK STRAW long, that had twelve rattles and a right of way free and eveiy other lot of I tn taken oerj1iswig bv tIme 4tO.; In-HUH The smut hoase gentle/man.was full

Danger BERRY GROWERS: Planet Jr. button, and was large around in pro- an entire forty if the station should be I from miles arouud were present. Mr.

Ternis CASH. papers. It treats the implements, atTl'Uby. portion. located upon his Ian 11. There is no doubt --.---- I t Jones seems to be this ItruUng splitter
the club and he
-- certainly kuowaaomeother
question of economy in agriculture Sternburg & Co. v Last Monday at least three people but the station will be in this immediate f things besides building railroad

ORANGE COLLEGE We defy any business house to slipped up on the clay pile on the neighborhood. FIGURES CORRECTLY MADE'WON'T Mr...M. smiley U president thecluh
located at and the and of that I show better stock I and I learned that hi*rulings gave general
Is rights privileges a of goods and Call street crossing of Walnut st. There are, as befoie mentioned a mini satisfaction.
w.T.
D.
STAKKE. FLORIDA I offer them at as low prices as we do. More would doubtless have fallen, her of beautiful places and orange groves .

Bering a nIne months'and session on Sept. 2rt. 1889. vast body of citizens-American Truby, Sternburg & Co. but it soon got so boggy that all that will be tributary to this station LIE. I A bale old man. Mr. JaS. Wilson of
Aliens Springs, 111., who U over 60
withA Fanners xvhose is GFNTLEMEN- buy had to around. which for convenience will call 7Aur years
tin go we
SCIE 7IFIC. MUSIC VL. MATHEMATICALAND industry ; yourclothing I>f gi.Jwys: "1 have in roy time tried
PRACTICAL COURSE. OF hats, shoes or furnishing : Mr. R. C. Ileiberger is papering, maTt. knowing the entire settlement to be I great many medicines some i>f excellent
INSTRUCTION.TrmoN
PHI MOJTTH:Primary.! $150. Interrae- basis of all material and national I goods until you see our stock and calcimining and painting the interiorof Cleveland and Thurman men. and in quality but never Ixfore dull find any

S. dime, $2.00. HUher. $3 CO. Instrumental Jlutie. Its is prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co. his residence, on Call street, in honor of that old hero of bandana famewe lhat would *o completely ibm all that is
of Instrument. $l.4J. prosperity. highest purpose claimed for it ItS ChamlieiWn-s Colic
300. Use FREE TERM STR A\VBERRY GRO WERS fact making the inside l look as fresh will call this one ttation after him, at Let the flgun.s on mr goods tell what Cholera awl Diarrhoea Remedy. Ills
Of .'iv*Months to County Pupils. Begins Oct. the elevation and of I am doing in the way uf bursting the ** truly
i ennobling Ag- ATTENTION Just received one and bright as when new. the same time respectfully asking the consideration a wonderful medicine. For sale by

lit.Good 1889.Hoard at $3-00 per week. I car load each of dark and bright A Don't fail to call at the tent nextwt'l.k of this name by its citizens. boodle bubble of inflated pi ices.- 3lv. prices RIVER JOIJHUL
The Principal will take ai pay (or school ex- riculture through the higher and article for :I
show it is possible to n good was passing through Morgan
cotton-seed meal Wilcox & Gibbs' get county
census Farm Produce aud Stock, and will give / when in Starke. Mr. Owen, The grove of Mr. Dixon is a marvel of of this
Vry low rates for all Cash in advance. broader education of and Truck Farmers' Special, Wilcox & the has A Urge number of bearing or- a low price. '- state ways Mr. 11. o. Lester,of
beauty.
n'Act."T.TY-G. P. YOCNO, Principal and teacher men women photographer, some Very Martha Kentucky whi n I was taken
in the Higher Department. Miss ELLKS DAVIS. Gibbs' excellent Georgia Standard handsome pictures there on free exhibitIon ange trees meet the eve. Cotton and the J with a miming oft of ib* bowels and
t ach>-riii the Intermediate Departnunt. Mrs. I engaged in its pursuits. The and Armour's Pulverized Bone all cramping of the stomach I Mopped at
D. f. TIUJHMAJJ,teacher In the Primary Department for all who- take the troubleto other field crops grow to perfection and ; I Mr. H. M. Ilntchlnsoii's, at Elk Lick,
and in Music. All teachers arc Graduates. of which will be sold at manufactur
regular subset iption price of the call. peaches from May November are a who had Chamberlain's Colic Cholera!
ers' prices, freight allded.Tl'Uy Gardiner & 1'ace are having another common article of diet. A grxpe rbor I deal in reliable goods not Irish and and Vlan bee., Itemedy and Axed me a
A Few Goods Left. & Cc. believe those who the interest of dose. It relieved me in two minutes.
A1ERIcN FARMER is $I.00 peryear. Sternburg thousand descriptive pamphlets 100 feet long. 16 feet wide and MO high study Every family should have tills remedy

A Remnant of 'arltcSo'J of FUR'ITUHE IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Sewing machines cleaned and re of Starke and vicinity printed. that it is necessary to lice a step ladder lo their pocket inxik. will patronize the in their home. For sale bv
my paired. Apply to J. I B. Davis at house that sell the best goods frr the k'ast It1vxLs&Jo2Xz.'Ir. .
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These men are alive and know what teach'the fruit and to abut Hint a person _
> can bo found at U. D. Miner'sJewelry From any one number ideas can be store of R. \. Alvarez. will do the city the most god-i can waik all oxer the top and gather the money if.theto, is any viruire ta full J. P. Lovejoy large dealer m
next door to m old general merchandise at Wabnska, Nev,
Store ) r standard goods at low prices 1 reH to be
Arrived migration. grapes :1% his leisuie. In fact. this may be say: "I have tried St. Patrick's Pills
htand which will be sold cheap to close worth thrice the subscription piicf another load of the. nu'ter of Ihc);1UL110U. and can truly that
car popular Died Sunday night, at'11isrisi called u h model Bradford county farm and 883 they a 8 the beat I
out. I: mn determined i to cloae out the "SWEET HOME FLOUR"This have ever take or known to be nsed."
to or members of household dee 2 miles south of Starke Fran- it produces ench season a freighting: that As
balance of this Stock at any price. Don'tforget you your a pleasant physic or for disorders of
lo call and see if there is anything flour has given pet feet satisfaction "kie, G-year-old son of1 r. and will assist considerably to support a railroad -- the liver they will always give perfect
& I
: : want. I YET YOU GET IT FRKE. Call and the sales of it have exceeded Mrs. Z. Ross. The bereaved parents station. I II salisfaction. RIVERS J01 fla&

: "i : you and our greatest expectations. Trya have the sympathy. of the entire Mrs. Neal. an old pettier it. this neighborhood buy only fir cash and buying good State Contlets...

{ C. W. ISLANKENIiURG, see sample copy. barrel. lleibergcr_& Richard.A community.The has an oruiige grove that equals for the The 400 state convicts hare been v awarded .

STARK FTJA.t fine stock of candies and crackers lit lIon. E. B Bailey of Momicello
h h h h October number of Little anything on record. As far hack as the ,
r -- ---- Walter Wills.We for two years. He is t<. pay $ .OOO for
t ATTEN"TIO I Men and Women, for the young late war this old Inily was presented with ALMIGHTY the first year and t 9.000 for the second ,

have :i few Lookout stoves folks, is at hand. It is filled as usual one JUlie orange grown on Crosby take in year. Mr. Bailey has thousand of acres '

Strawberry Growers.The Mr. E. Strong and family are expected which we will offer cheap.. with bright pictures and nice stor- this county the seeds of \\Iltch she buirI of the best agricultural lands in Florida. ._
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Celebrated'NILOOX&OIEES. l home next week. '1'ruo\" Steriibjjg"fa Co. ies. It should be a regular visitor,!I ried all in a bunch on her place merely to nnd scale he with will the engage convicts.in farming Mr. on a grand
is
,1 iBabies photographed in one-tenth The celebrated l Capitol and Kentucky in every family. $1.00 a year. I). I gel them out of r.i ,lIt..'. They made tree, I energetic man, a. good manager Bailey and aa a ,

of a second by Owen. I Jewel stoves aro sold exclusively Lothrop Co., Boston. however and in the second year of the worker and we hope he may make a for.

Truck Farmers Special Guano The steady rain of :Monday:'cll by Truby, Sternburg & Co. Now is the time fb ; Frtbsc-nbc to war she set t them out nl-out the yard .. tune in this undertaking.-Floridinn.

js the only genuine :uid reliable Tttesdav was the hardest of the A fine tock of cabbage, apples, the TJ:I.EGR.\I'H. Our county has thinking that some day they would grow Deafness Can't be CUred .' 4"

, S FItA\S.BERRY FERTILIZE 'ion. 5l.a'l onions, potatoes, etc., just receivedat at last: got some life into ii 1, and 1 up and make a little shade for her humble I by local application, n? they cannot rtach .

the market. Starke must have a cannery. Who Walter Wills.A I home news will be plenty! after this. I dwelling. They were ten in number and DOLLARtells ihe diseased portion of the ear. There is
on I OIly one way to cure deafness
Orders filled direct from the Factory will be the next to subsciibe toward full Hue of ladi(.:' dress and We shall faithfully record everything these ten trees have for the lust fifteen is by constitutional remedies. Deafness and that '

or growers supplied by one? I fancy goods at R. M. Alvarez. I of interest and to this end sol; hears been her main support. One of i is caused by an inflamed condition fo the

TRUBY. hTKRXnORG A CO., Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Padgett will Georgia checkL', 5 cents a yard, icit the co-operation of our citizens. (hem 'i is 30 feet high and 23 feel in diameter I the tMe. Nohotuctlwt= buy goods II mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube.

STARKE, freight, FLA.. added, at manufacturerscvH arrive in Starke next week to spend and other goods in proportion at Starke people and visitors during and its trunk is 5 feet in circumference on a credit cn compete with rue. I rumbling When this sound tube gets or imperfection inflamed you hearing have a

Tho WILCOX" OinnS Guano Co.! the winter. Trnby, Sternburg & Co. the M' -ion of court next week are I ; on a reasonable estimate the tree I and when it is entirely cloied. Deafnexsis

148 Bay Street, Savannah Ga. By estimate 200 acres of strawberries -I \\.c positively' assert that we havea cordially invited to attend the dinners now has 7,000 oranges. Mrs. Neal says ---- I the re1ult.and unless the inflamation
be the Ladies' Aid that fioiu this tree in one seusjn were sold I can I tM taken out and this tube restored
ire set around Starke, and larger stock of goods than anytwo to given by to its normal
FOR SALE. Remember 1 am the only'middle man condition bearing will boJ
300 around Lawtey.Mrs. business houses in the county. Society. Proceeds are to be used on 4,500 oranges besides all th&l were eaten destroyed forever nine
'thut stand between \iu and the t>iHniif.icturer ; case out of ten
sear City of Slarkc. Bradford County. D. I. Tilghman, music teacher Truby, Stetnburg & Co.. the parsonage building of the Methodist by the family. The tree thai season bore goods directly arectwwdby catarih. wInch in nothing
Florida., \ of has For corned beef in bulk extra church. The ladies hope the at least 6.00> oranges which at the low Havi'ijf bought my but an imflamed condition of the mucus .
Orange College, a large ,
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A GOOD ORANGE GROVE, Icass of music pupils. tine mackerel and genuine crl'am- good people will aid them in this estimate of one cent apiece would bring from the men who make ihtin.: surfaces.Dollars for We case will of give One Hundred

OF 200( TREES a number of PEACH Circuit court for Bradford cheese go to R. M. Alvarez. work by coming en masse to the $60. How is that for one tree? Ten by catarrh.any) thai we Dt-afntss.cannot cure(caused by .'
PLUM county ----
TREES. GRAPE VINES. and dinners.Oh would make comfortable income -
such trees : I II taking IIHIl'8.atarrh Cure.
will be held in the week 30 Lots for sale cheap Mend for
1'Ell'1tEES, and other Fruits; a good city next City circulars free.

IlmiM and other buildings all in good commencing Tuesday, the 1st. Centrally located. Apply to N. J. hush! Mr. .N. J. .Tone, equally to any one person. I I own the store I occupy no hilt' hou trent If F. J. C'HENEYA ('0..
repair. The land is well cultivated; the Jones Starke Fla. successful -horticulturist, as a Mr. J. II. Moore also has i handsome
Why not have rice mill here in I Ix adJc.l the of Toledo O. -
strawberries. On a ,|! to pay li> to cost
grove is lately let to merchant, has succeeded in produc- place. He is a great believer in time budded
fount of other business will sell this Starke. The farmers will grow the Largest-sori-mellt of neck wear known 1 goods and pitid by my customers. Starke
lies Institute.The
ing a new style of Japan persimmon fluitlLl.d every yarn ty'of .
., fM which he from his fondness of small hs faith. S Hox 29.augl6tf. & Co. budded orange tn-es to"prove .. In"itlfe will open M a
Sternburg -
Starke, Florida. F. P. Barry brought into boys, calls the "Coming man." The Here we find the greatest variety of fruit public free SChOol Sept. 30.1&J9. and will
the city this week the largest new We have now supply of Bermuda resembles be cI luClelll'cortlfg to the latest improved
fruit of
a plump boxing glove that can well be set on 1IUI1II piece
FOR SALE.FIVE potato of the season, weighing about onion seed.Ve purchase 1 am bead salesman & general l hll..int mt'lhndl trachlnir.ptrcial .
I with a long, straight thumb. It also land-not that Mr. Moore's land is of narrow attention will lie
4 Ihs. these seed direct from the Bermuda I manager which is another saving lo my given to all
locks like a teapot with a round bot limits, but Ihe different*varieties of branches required to prepare students for
ACRES OF LAND. m CITY Messrs. islands. Full supply uf Kuist's gar- I customers of at least $600.00 per vi-ur. business. "
any
& loss know what
We
Truby, Sternburg Co. tom. are at a to trees are set so close at some r laces that ordinary
LIMITS. Undc good cultivation, well would have had a full-page advertisement den seeds on hand. These seeds are division of our museum to assign it kinds Special attention is called In the! fact that Faculty:-S. D. CAWTHOS. President:
two one stump.
fenced, withQRAXGJ2t! in this issue if they had I fresh grown this year.Heiberger'. to-the horticultural, industrial or even grow upon my enl'rc stock of gixids are new, uo old Miu. J. L. TCKNKK. Teacher of Music.
feRichard. Sanding: in his IIrchinl..ew peaches Such other inltructhr will be employed
PEAR CHERRY not been too busy selling goods to anatomical. For the benefit of Dr. stock of any kind. as will be deemed n for the .
; persimmons
The pears, plums, uppicb, pomegranates I cessary pro
load of
furnish the car stoves expectedby df\e who and of the
copy Brown-Sequard, or anybody : nil IOtl.1 progicss_ school.
growing
quinces oranges
PLUM soul APFZETreesa Truby, Sternburg & Co. has ar wish view it shall ---
Professor to
we keepit
Young informs that .
us may Desertions
from
within II few feet of us. Land very productive the A .
rived.We. .
\ good growing coudition.Vehl of good the Orange College will open next on exposition until it gettoo here us can be seen by the Ihrifly- The regular army is but a small affair,

water aid; a STRAWBERRY PATCH.Call Monday, Sept. 30th, as a public free have about- 100 different stylesof "soft" to expose. It is certainly a looking potulo pittch ; a crop of 300 bu. M}* stock of Millinery I con-Ul of the numbering 24,000 enlisttuj men and :

on, or address school l and will continue as such for overshirt which we are offeringvery "1 u( 'r persimmon." to the acre is common, and one time 175 very latest in huts and lrimmiu officers, but it has im average.of desertions UO
five luw. Truby Stcrnburg & Co.
W. A. DANIELS, months. It is rumored that there i is considerable bushels weie dug from i. acre by Mr. every year that would discredit a much

Starke Bradford. Co., Florida. 1.Oewn, the photographer, is now We have accepted the agency for dissatisfaction among the live Moore. All the table supplies nre raised ---- larger force. They numbered last year

Jill 5tf.t in Starke, prepared 10 do the finest Williams & Clark's high grade fer people of Starke with the present I right here on Ihe farm. Mr. Moore contemplates 2.811.. i.rjiu.increuj'f of 3 over the prccehn *,

work.in the stale. Everybody call tilizers. These goods are not an experiment city government. Some of the dis- getting up a dinner for his I make specialty of nice A fine dn.-se fisCal JI r.l.nt this iimnl>er shows

Tate Powell, M P., and examine his work as ho will remain but are used extensively at I satisfied ones are reported as saying friends all the dishes of which shall have goods silk ribbon*. silk plush and. velvet an iinpritveiiniit. as' seven Jl'JUS ago it

here but a few days. Mandarin, tho pioneer strawberry that the streets are not kept as cleanas been raised his farm. atljlnver figure lhanyou have formerly wftonlhiIgn ier. Still 2.81 out of
upon
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Col. J. L. Frazee, one of Starke s section of tho state. Strawberry they might he, and it is also There arc a great many more groves and paid-for the ume goods./. 24,014 mt n i U ii n excessive n urn Ir and

STARKE;, FLORIDA. young lawyers' was piesented on growers will find it advantageous to charged that there is not sufficient any number of settlements lying close by -v}ket inquiry ns to the causes. The fact

: last Monday, his 23d anniversary, use them. Ueiberger & Richard light in some of the more remote by- Thurman in fact we were informed thai -- --. ihnt so I limrg'It proportion of dese.tcrs. sin

Strawberry % Plants For Sale with two city lots in Jacksonville, In a few "days our stock will ''w'ays of the_ city."e are ready to al least fifty farms and orange groves will I_ recruits bus led '.me officers t hold that

Onefl'lanerlilhon well rooted by his father. The Col. is to be congratulated complete in every department ar.d admit that there might be some be tributary to the new city. The railroad I have Ihe very Intent styles in Prints most of them CIlslel solely for the pur--

Plants of NEWNAN IMPROVED.W. upon his good fortune. goods will be offered lower thane cause of complaint if it could be company will certainllisten to the wants and Worsted drew good ul rock bottom pose '.f getting free lrnn portntion"to the

TODD, May; he have many such happy days. \ r, Trub)'. Sternburg & Co. proven that our streets were not of the people and the TELEGRAPH wishes prices. West intending li quit the service: at the

angle LAWTEY, FI.A. With the advent of a rice mill in Latest style hats at clean, but we do not think that the ;he city much success Long live Ihur- first giMMl opportunity after hwy have become
Starke the council ought to be censured becausethe I with i t their
FOP Sale question of the drainage Trnby. Stern burg& Co. manl + arqiHinlfd surroundings.
cf our whole county would soon be TO OUR PATRONS moon don't shine thirty nights The Inlr, Gen. bhcridnn .wna a "*rong believtr -

500,000 New-nan Seedling Straw satisfactorily settled, for it is well We will as much for'produC'e: in the month. A Florida Carloalty. I have oiu- thousand and fire fcmdrrd I in thin llieorj.-Pitlsburg Post.

k berry Plants for sole. Strong known that rice does best reclaimed pry The last few have h> the Capt. Frank Phillips, of Pensacoln! .
on and sell goods cheaper than nights en dollars worth >f Shoes in slock, every The way to Sncres.
any
plants, will be ready about theuid' muck. says the News of that city, has a piece of
Every pond would be house in the darkest on record. Why don't our pair warranted.My The Farmtrs. Allhinre must succeed
I ale of .iul!). Apply to drained and overflowed county.Truby timber that is a curiosity in the fact Hint. )'
lands, as yeta Sternhurg & Co. thy council give u& some light. tnd wil'tycttluiilly succeed but only.
LAWTEY. FLOKIIM. cases exceed the For house furnishing good go to else on time western continent except management. The farmers are not
land in in such condition that
<*, F. U. Morgan, STARKB FLA.JulStf high value. are we saw
Truby, Sternburg fc Co. serfs nor do they desire In be rrgarded as.
Tho spade would be three ladies in the on the Apalachicola; river and there
to work walking
put young Mich. They are not di1ill servile in-.
!I. and the men that wielded it would For fine clothing go to middle cf the street last Snnda only on a strip of land near Chattahoochec stock of Groceries is always complete burreclioo. but free men tfeking to Increase -,

RIVERS & JOINER earn money and put it into circula Truby, Sternburg Co.rLOTIHNG night, anti this is always the cae IiI Junction some fifteen or eighteen mites and consist of the very best aud their wenltlu The three great need
tion. long and seven or eight miles in width. purest goods that ran be had from anyhouse of the farmer tire: a sure market. speedy
IXrSlxoes3 I CI.OTIlING the back and tltrcttl'l.'hel'c
-DEALERS !
The wood is known in the section where inmaportMtion and fair price for .
Young men and maidens! Head Gcntll'nH'ne have now the the sidewalks are net of plank: theyare it grows as the "stinking cedar." but it at any price. and they cnn accomplish this*end producl-through <

what W. T? D. says of the leba1.in"'I I largest stock of clothing ever takento always made the repository was classified by Professor Torry and _.. peaceful and prudent ml'JtI.n1 attempt -
hats ''I I club at Thom\s\'i le. These Starke. Call and examine our all the garbage of the adjoining lots named Tmreya Toxicanna. It is n resinOUS ui arraying clans n:iiu>l fwss-
; I farmers young I and where wood aLII! in foliuge. manner and farmer agajnsl merchant-i. u.u oi.ly virywrong.
of
find relaxation after their stock before yon buy. they are plank they general veiv much resembles
appearance !iPU
would
Olotn I ng hard work in exchanging ideas upon I I Truby, Sternburg
-fledGents' topics of interest. Go and do hold brush, etc. Our town color resembles wedge wood but bas. meats &c., III!wax s im hand by lilt ear foril t<, 'Miutiftiunci vii'iniry Mchvovsnocti

likewise. Start: debating, you clubs everywhere. I Four nice ferrotypes form: centsat ought to he ashamed of this, but w e strong musVlike odor which iI retains along load. pnmit Itself I.. U misled ioeradiary,
Goods. Owens. I as there is a splinter left-something .I'cfarnalion.- k' ,
4 Furnishing As swimmiug exercises fear they are only ashamed to have like the sandal wood.It Tobacco Plaut. 4

DRY GOODS a NOTIONS.just every muscle of the body, so does : Prof. J. M. Clemmons, our popular [ outsiders know of it. is also said t') resist alt action of alP FOIt DYSPEPSIA

debating bring into activity every I teacher of penmanship, J left Starke Orange Growers' Union. i lot water and no one has ever seen any Ue Drawm'a Iran Bitten.FbTilcUns .

:'bong' received.- a large stork of I faculty of the ruin It makes you I yesterday for some new field of ac- I An Orange Growers' Union waa organized evidence there 4re f its logs(tt'CL.)of by it lying rotting in,tin though; river All dealers keep It.W.OO recommend per bottle.1C Geaala .
the bless what fine I in Starke last night with the N JONES crossed red lines on niaMW.
, 'ou"ltOQds, we are prepared to sup- knowledge you already I tion. Besides being a very bottom suit along creeks where they have I baa trade-mark and
I officers President, J. M.
ply fiillowinc :
pe.i 0! Give us a cll, and in- I have acquired and you will strive for I man, the Professor stands unexelled John; Merretaiy C. L. Peek; treasurer,I apparently been for Hires and yet they FOR TIlE BLOOD.Weaknos L.
goods before buying clscwhtrc.JOINER more. in his profession.Our .I II.I Kk-Wliter. ort'Hiiiioion baa j are as N1ncJ11 when they fell. In addition Ualaria.,todljestion and
fIVERS & I I Wlr.e,15 mcTnlif ard omih-en to beI to this the wood )is also :-a-ert pj.cjf nwoalMlL tate flua-a'5.
V Photos $ p BROWN'S IROJTIt
1.50 dozen
the all I
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. 'U 8, per I merchants are arrangingtheir I the luigest local! organisation in the j and neither wnims Ior bugs *bow any Florida. core qnlckly. Fom.lo by all dtalen Ia'nedtcin&
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country W'cver with'snow. n4 That baCk! Ah, I bad made a pretty gest;most but my charming fair friend smile rewarded", over the me but-when Ono cent added Is t a small the receipt matter for! each Yes, WHATWiWf I rdd, tier.$If rSserSace heart eye Ii t.&&., T ;

s aafcrd outt tttgrpb shining soemed to blunder. meat, each quart of tt'a col11111 ebe'Wu ult' s
1 paeun fy had she entered the car excelent soup that was being put upon pound of butter or I :A ."
on of the car. Scarcely the it her steP wa
rpldlyby Ue side th table. berries or milk, through year ad ad end nea

/ .. Published Every Friday. passenger, enveloped t the when she gave a cry! They: have stolen But what need to tell you morePI I i a little thing that tells. Added t 'tOT f'fend bet,who I held, bIT dear. PUl
tgbed
chin in her wraps, looked persistently My packages Nice the next day it so much net ma1 What chin g SAVES
4) 7 did not go on to ; a price i ga. I tell yoU ighthe
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L. QTARIrEe: I I"U'Rfna out of the window at her left The my things in weeks. first coirie out In c. She was told ,; -
married two The I
from a
she looked at and I to be profit.
,And for the first time am bad suffered untld miser One box of these
official at side drew from portmanteau her
my .hi does it not? whether it be large or that Dr. pU.
and with what eyis! Mon Dieu! That completes the story of the price, complicatIon of dollar la

'MOUTH. AND Ifc:!! MAN I SING. and blue some glaring with printed yellow green headlines That me; look.think you I shall ever forget -From the French of Jacques Nomand, small} the cost being co\ored every' pierce's Favodts he".prescripUon This friend.would"knew certainly peclal >r prepared }
papers ure
'.4. ; 1 lort the man who kiiowi It tili and read attentively. it? in the Boston Globe.EXPLORERIDE. cent extra is so much lear it 'Pihereof she spoke," for she had been Family tnd :
began -
e: y I'romeuuowe.t, from nortb to south; t very "No madame said L "your thingsare S.- then, wise pick and pack and diltod ht remedsh0 advised her frIend
S As for installed BRAZZA. t th In nppHe a want long felU rbsJ: i:,
.fr'Who knowc all thlnxq, both grtat and small. mo, comfortably that the enthusiast It praise
S stolen. They are-they are raise only products to use 1 .'
not frtclas
Dr. deserves more unhealthy aeenmalatlOMthe
5- And tells It with his tireless month, with my feet on the boule, I !, and tells :
; ,. '. .Who holds a listening world In kwo," examined'the I had left at Touniere." How He Managed NatIves Who Refused extra price ray secured? the universal gratitude of woman' body, without naae pr -

;j The while he works hit Iron jaw. newspapers I thing her. to Sell Him Food. -It but little experience t kind for gIven It this infalubleremedy Adapted to roans ad ,.:
explained every bavng
bought at the station tho t requires Is9draflLe,4 ii
S 1 i Oftimes in eYelng1 holy c& t pass away O. my friend, I could not describe t 'I regard Savorgnande Brazza, next discover that the same kinds oi crops Satisfaction 1 everyfcase.t SOLO. EERH..' .

!I And When lottnl. sigh and l oun time 11:21. Laroche. you the second look she shot at me. to< Stanley a the greatest of living can not be grown on the same groundfor or money rfunded.t JCiu $15 to $251' AMONUnb5 -' S
zephyr ptacefulpsslm. Mr. Carl b.1arUL AgentapT.feyre,11 '
S. said
& j S I I This tel w brings his. nioulh jtround, The train stops. The official ffentleman But I shall remember i longer than A frician travelers, many years in succession withou'detrment Pellets, one a .dO!". Cure ran the furtb a.Dfr 'her who u. _
_i S S Steckelmann. "No one who ha ever at the same family PEnCE's indigestiOn.DON'T bUllnel JfmDU J .
Wit long gallop that can UfO his rises the first Plants and loyed o. A lew.F.JorassoACo. In
salutes 1arsn.e
.I :T eight-day clock's impatient arranges paper I De Brazza his travels he continued succeed each heaache U. ., St..Ricb b.-
1 T Ir l us and alights. He is received "I am dismayed, madame added seen< be planted t furnace fire till 'the NB.-Pttou..Z.it.aomind .and bu.iwu ,;
I the put your abort ttamp for rrplj.: '. : ..
I S:: S i His good strong month! He wields I wel! obsequeously by tho station master absolutely broken-hearted "but my "could fail to recognize other. Plants which occupy the sun is ready ct its place. A toe of Mri1 'J J 52s'

I.-I Not He works I.jOt for all it's worth: who calls him "Monsieur Inspector." motive was good. I thought you were fat that he was born to be an ex ground for a number of years, such a coal at?6.5 t cheaper tae than a dQt. r' bill HOS J1 I W' per month aniFji \
Jaw bone famod could tell ) tctiv*IBM
11 pi '. Sampn' > going to miss the train and would be plorer. I shall never forget tho time rhubarb and should succeed of 6. I p"7 on'"I".U rV, Tc
r: deeds tpon the ,arth The lady goes to tho door of the asparagus WANTED! a .a" 5 rit. ,,
1/ j.f Be polls the throttle open wid" car. cold and I could not let you suffer; and Iso met iim far inland when I was annual plants. Crops grown for an Approving Conscience I QU prinpdIy laa.dpl.nE..4 eTp1eI. w.h "it.j/ nPP

; :I And works her hard on. either side.TTp : Monsieur Station Master.. pardon me. Don't worry about traveling: up the Kwilu river. heads, such a cabbage, cauliflower, A vigorous 1et t stomach is the greatest of Mundane SAlAR.lu.e.5ox530$.B.&" :

", ; bill and down, through swamp and sand, "Madame?" SS your things. They are in safe hands. "One day I reached a tribe who etc., should be\oceeded by crops blessings. Sound digestion is a guaranty < 1.- .

;/ S Itneverstops. It never balk shave A workman, an employe of the seldom saw white men. They were for their bulbs or of quiet nerves, muscular e atcl'Yl a For BOOK LI 11.1 raft.SW. tOlg.. 4SM'
They must telegraphed you road grown rots. and a regular 'y.
I Through air and sky o'er ea hearty appetite PATENTS .T.Yiix.nj
i He talks, and talk;'and talkt. land talk. from Paris for a bleeping compartment took them. You will telegraph. not; very hospitable but finally concluded Plant strawberries in the spring. Tough not always a natural endowme'. It .5 1..w,w$MIt : One

And t&ka and talks,and talkn/and' talks ?" will telegraph. .They will send themon to sell me food. After a few Fall plantings areJiable to freeze out, acquired through the agency of most Io! :u..1HI-.al dJ..u7s. S fix
S. I And ,and and talks, and talks. terms tetter's Stomach Bitters, one of the S Al
talks Ah shall have them. hours I got on pretty friendly find HID'S
Yes, madame I have transmitted very soon. you and they will notbea a crop the en- effective mvigorants and blood fertilizers in Car for S BdVlnt
: i God Lr from evils fierce and dire tho dispatch." I swear it even i I have to go to Touniere with them and they allowed me to spring, and summer existence. This fine ton ic also forties t'.ose. -f M-1X ggvC Consumption BEST J B&terj'i : 5 bed
suing r \
, f It each day-from fear and woe: in 1 plantilg malaria and rem "iies me tel' O
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1 for them camp the village. Suddenly observed who use it against r. -t ? ** hoas !
What? Transmitted? And 0 *.
: From they mysel. care and skill 4 9 > <
I 1 wreck and flood, from storm and flre. commotion the require more biliousness, constipation and ce te U
S: From sodden death,'from secret foe: wl not give me one immediately?" "Enough sir, said she "I know a little among ordinary farmer is likely to bestow. rheumaUf.1.a.

: I." :.1: i r'" .. From blighting rain and burning draugthI "Impossible. madame. Wo have no what I must do." Furiously she natives. A few carriers were seen Strawberry plants can be set in April Gin noTthat which"is ; SCALESDESTI. SenlHop1 oruwTL.
; I l And from the man who plays his mouth. from the forest and with neither cast stale bread, which may '1 FUU..7-_- -S
back into her away
dropped corner again, emerging
; L. :... I" Robert J. Burette In Brooklyn Eagle. cars here They wi not bo able to without losing one in a hundred i possess the promo and potency of a good --- -- -
twisting her gloves angrily. them was a slender, sad-eved, poorly-
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until reach them
give ono is taken in putting .
you you Lyons
care puddingS
I' But alas! Poor little one. She had white man. It was the Governor proper _ EDUCATIONA :
A RAILWAY CE. "Lyons! At what time? da out. They should not be allowed to yo-u cd-'Tans 's Punch" UgurMATTT < .
nOl counted without the cold. She had no of the Frenc Congo himself, and ho -fn t '
4i } "At :45, madame.- will not .
; : fruit the first spring, they N. C. :
a
S then! But monsieur, I longer her warm wraps. After about off on one of his long tramps will reduce : women I expert with Cons L
day, wa and
w I .:/: A'1ovokg Mistake Leads to a .Al be sufficiently rooted, i who not skillful drawing tea. ;
r
:t. 1 can not stay in this car all day. It is ten minutes she began to shiver. All through tho country. their vitality too much; besides the I i NashiilleTcirn. Co1Ieg for u
/ < Charming Result. in vain did she draw herself into "De Brazza of Youn Ldes"
a approached a group
::4/- impossible I will not do it. fruit will be inferior and dirty.-Country 1*the lead I ichoel of this '
( ,' "Take care. 'madame. The train is heap and pull her cloak about I er natives and asked them for food. The All Run Down' with SO popiU. wituuut grollul. tr buildingof it. r.
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J bo*ha 3 lo"> roofc. 2 etacrt.cipupils
I ;4' There was general astonishment; going." And the train started. pretty fture Her teeth positively savages thought this was piling i on. Many Gentoman.farmers cling tenaciously to From the weakening effects of warm w( ther.by own. from Is Bt'e.bUU\lg4. court L' litermtnre.,

: ( -___;- among our little circle of friends when She re-established bel'sel in her corner c 'No,' they said, gruffly; 'we have one the idea that "corn makes the hog." bar work or f rum a 10 .I Inc,5.101 neeu a good enity.bCI.'nce.,fully ATt.lIutCprii\lfSta Gymnasium.la V.nd.TbnIU,. mo:I .

2S : we were apprised of the furious "Madams," said I, "I pray you onmy man hero already. You can't and blood puriaer. SarstipRrlllft conveniences.tl1ipp".(. ndarr 1 C
and
approaching without bestowing n whit Corn is a very necessary article in the! fives a good appetite strengthens the whole system Ker.(ho.W.F.1'aicE.: D.D..Zaahyij1.,i:=
S marriae of Valentin Saucerre. single look on mo. And I plunged knees to accept my traveling rug get food here. You had better go on of but all the in ,purifies the blood regulates the digestion."It gyNA3U Tins ViflattJISm. ]..M>* flrttbe
pork, corn
he? That hardened old bachelor will take cold. It will be production affords me much p easara to recoicciend S
S S "hat again into tile reading of my tenth you through your way. make Hood's My health two years MO was 1
not at
S America can pork a !
in all Pari blunder. and I "De Brazza said nothing. Ho simply proftout Saraparia I "ItU S Academy Y YA
'lt greatest skeptic I newspaper. my stupid shal of the long-nosed thin-shouldered. nry paar. My nought was goiuz. !. :] toemet

1 with regard t the idea of matrimony I own ? I more time forgive myself in all my le" ordered his carriers to lay dowr consumption. I commenced using laod's Srsparla j TtATVna*.
Shal i gave t cadaverous I took ave bottles of It. and I cimdo
looking comfort
and
thin-jowled flabby, *
: S .. That jolly fellow who had boon heard L tS reading of that journal than to the "I am not complaining sir," said their loads in the middle of the village I adayworkasteYer could. It nave-! me log course CIniBlcil of I'hol : tm.
little individual found fn many of the I from the and mo on my fet a ,(--ind. In and Every Ittea.
a hundred times t say ho would never whole nine of the others. I read the she, dryly.I Then he sat down apart from the natives farms. The healthy man.grave" WILL put It.D.TRln J ,111 East'lainStreotWlrgonsvllie.Ohto. S tion perlar paid advantagce>o rerueannc ArC. Elel.n'De1

: on any condition, marry? Valentin at same line twenty times over. I believe, was very nervous-very much ex while one of the men unpacked pig pens farmer on many rid of these soonerthe f, Healthfa.new bu.I'ling': unsurpssseJTwentyH: eT modern 'ImpryemeDL acres of

. lat going t enter the grand brotherhood even, that I held bottom-side up a citd At first I thought her charm- his astronomical- and other instruments. gets profitless Hood's a beautifully, 'Oft-led Measure. groufld. Chalybeate
i Use'1. Tours
,
I scrubs and breed quick maturing swine, Sarsapari and Cistern Water moert
S ,of Benedicts? part of tho time. ng. Then 1 was furious at my ridiculous The explorer went to workto IJT For lull information and catalo g

: "And whom w ho to ? A b mistake. In short I found make for position ando they will learn that there is something Sold by all druggist only S LrEUORESS.81 Cecilia Academy,JJashTjlaJPsan.MEDICAL ; .
marry S But what of i? One could not be n myself observations by C. L HOOD t CO., .Lowell.:: S' -
widow! More than that Southerner!! else needed besides corn to mako swine Aptecares DEPARTMENT
a Frenchman and not feel some emotion making grand resolutions for the t calculate his altitude. 100 Doses One Dollar.BRADFIELD'S |

S Wo could not comprehend it The frt at finding himself alone during along future. "It was the strangest sight the natives breeding a paying investment TDLIHE UNIVERSITY OF 'ST:3

' time I met him. therefore, I hastened L j journey with a pretty woman! "Madame," said I, "accept this rug I ever saw-this white man studying A Great- .Railroad.. Its[For.rl'.JK,for.".-is'i.vr-'ctioal the fnlTeraity in .- LOUsmJ
dranEK6 .
to seize him by the collar and demand L Lt I I will throw his instruments intently, and figuring di f .
I would willingly have entered into or swear myself on to I so Not long ago Mr. George H. Daniels Uw In the ecurr eiu
Is an explanaton conversation with her; 'but tha tho track." And throwing the wrap away on a bit of paper. The} general passenger agent of the New *th Charity Uoiipltklwitalu ito bedf. 'u.'i.,000ptwnu. .

S : have but little time." he said. tho subjecTi where could pretext I find between us, I raised the window and made up their minds that his instru Central & Hudson River Railroad, in extending special annually Instruct btuilmtn ion Is bar daily no given hospit'&She l- e'onI'to nay 0'.n<|
'mater an invitation to foreigners to visit other institution. For caU.Q2uc eru S
tick in
*A "Thofo are seven things which I I[ it? Owing t01he weather, that classic grasped the outer handle. ment were a very powerful fetich, tins country, directed their attention to EEM.LE forntiof.at no CUAILLI. ..

I must do first havo just come from resort of a. window' to be raised or low- Was I determined? Between you and that this white man was a person the fact that the United States of S !,, p'l'O I'ror.Drawer H. i;. 2KL. >ew::11.Orlea.D. fl-, JUs.3)?;

S : the City Hall, and am going. S eyed availed me nothing. and me, not exactly, I think. But i not to bo trifled with. Soon a earth America is the with greatest country on % C7SAXB nus pAfla, "t1sw.dt.. -
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peopled sixty million of the
: I! to Stern, the engraver. on tho Panorama What then Open upon her with seems that I appeared to bo for she crowd gathered around him, and when most civihzcii and enterprising people on u A5 r.. rfc TY CHRISTIAN! BROTHERS'' COLLEGE

!. J road, for my wedding cards. I r i insipid commonplaces? Better a hundred cried out at once: the curious blacks came too near, the I thq Railroad globe:is that the the greatest New York Centra! FOR1ILJL fUS IIF.? I'UH. TE S'. IXCOKFOKATZB.A ,

;I you could accompany mo there?" "You are mad. sir mad!" explorer frightened them by his SCSUr'IR BOTS.
times keep silent My neighbor ; you arc away earth-the only four-track road in the nQAR1'Io t1'A-fD DAT SCHOOL JOB S

S S I! Come on, then," said I. Wo were, I ho seen at once with my trained Par- "The rug or I jump!" gl'uf manner and impatient gestures. world; that it started from the largest city K50UO addition Collerfiate.IJterary to building and Preparatory.&cit otia
1 S in front of the Madeleine, going down I I sense, was a woman of the world, She took tho wrap and in a gentler Get away from me. Clear out on the and continent passed through the richest : MENSTRUATION p Particular! and attention pcIHneil pap n..uner to moral tor and term Lijuwtstraining sn an

.5 the boulevard arm in arm as he began::: and used to the best society. To speakS tone said: Don't you see I'm busy. Let me the largest cities in the interior, touching; is thereat IF TA.HIN DUTUHQ CHfcHGE. OT UttGRtKT catalogue. address* BBOTH2U MACKtLU.H. I'M-*. '

"Jly story is a very simple one and I to her, therefore without S "But you, sir; you will dio of the a lone,' he said. trunk line and direct routo to that ,\5WiQtrSUfTIRUraWllBE' JWD'JJf KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF MUSIC AID A r, S&ct

1. decidedly well but knowing great cataract, Niagara and that in .800K ..TO'WOMAN'f4LDFRXIIRADEELD .. unexcelled by other
commonplace as would have been to her cold ,' -'At. length De Brnzza finished his Fals. l\LouiiTiU.K Facilities any
5 put mysel all respects it reveals resourcesand institution of it* kind in the South for i ii TmmeWcal
: ; since you wish to know it 1 will ]I Ir with the )on't disquiet about li and his instruments. riches of REGUIATL7R CO. IITLIYL4 a1 and thorooKh Uunlcal Education.all"tar In.tnctloa
America
tel eyes on a le\e veriest boor. 3'oulsel me put away in less time, with sOLD hALL aaiiaaara.IMPORTERS In other branchy of the eou..,.which Inel'ldea Pisno

you."In The only way to get out of it would bo madamo. I am not chilly. And even Some natives had been cooking their more safety an under more luxurious con I I Orican Voice'io'ln and other.instrument Slocouo.
: ditions other There oy CLASS I an.l Dr maim Ar.Lanjrure( I'hotoapby.i"raW
S- the month of February I was to find something intensely original to i I wero cold it would be a just pun evening meal in front of their hut is much in any the above rout.only for CHIJA, Painting and Madeline.of Mailc.Decorative and Art Art.TorICtlIl'.uy.! Lectirtwo.
AND Harmon Hlst.k'y
S t 5, going to attend tho carnival fetes. ]1[ bay to her. i ishment for my uupardoqablo stu Their meat and vegetables which had foreigners, who want to see this country QUENS Send for CatAlo; WILLIAM I...L.MACLEAa.JUai.*

have a horror traveling in the night But what-what? pidity." been boiling in and under favorablecondiUons, but for our own -
n pot wers ready, restless and ..EMPHIS CONFEREfCE FEMALE IIISTITUTr,
.5 moving The New
S and' tol therefore, tho train which I IS I pondercd in vain. I was still wondering "Say of your too groat haste; for you tho group gathered around the dying York Central & people.River Hairoa istho .C. I I m The_ 4tl.a-.ia.C1.Ic ye. r vt this p'-pular, 'X'iII1.IIchool openiSep'-. -.

S I Paris at 81 in tho morning,, when, the train slopped sudden S aro right your intentions were good. fro and began to eat. Do Brazza outgrowth a luxurious I tember 4.1'SD.Ioliy equipped to give, tboronKh train.In
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und which would ous civilization and one of its 1 *in literary r..nrea and*Pecl lbrymheJl.i 5?'
bring into Marseilles greatest engineering :

mo l lS But how to take that watched them for PES.- I -
y, to that new-fangled brake, came you woman a minute or two. tii.ii healthlimldtnas improved.
triumphs. As is well known its yonr orders for I d. attrrtite hoaze. PriceS very low thin
at five minutes tin> An
\ past midnight so good in cse of accident but so bad for me?" Then ho took a tin plato and a large i tho only line from tho west t New York tec ASSORTED PACiiStS orTIXWABEpnt up I yea r.Send catalogue.A.W.Jo>:8.U.D,Pre*.

.__.. would pass ono day at 1 rsciles,, for passengers. "Because she seemed to me so charming spoon, walked up to tho pot, helped that Jamb its passengers that city for WHOLESALE TBAL K I I I

: J where my good friend Kombnud of St ." without ferrying them across tho North : .. -, I IS lOULE BUSINESS COLLEGE
I "Touniere! Twenty-five minutes for himself liberally to its contents without River. Its spacious and magnificent : .J't : ;.' Coirttf* ot FraclWttS I
I i'ior
1.I Ferdinand street would expect me to I refreshments!" cried au employe, opening She smied The ice was broken. saying a word to any body, sat station in tho heart of the city has AGENTS WANTED 'oleJtheonlyt1hti Study.5.etuwflei'I1L'(1 for Sup EIUIPO5T5 &CI.1 bn.mesa.Edlcleu'
lU"rtlfc I FnrnkVOrrr 5.000 Students now
brakfat The next morn the coach door. The the conversation, understand down by a tree, and regaled himself been for years not only the pride of "Tl rr S-nd f0rlrrtiiar. Allures C inc- EOK 18:
New York, hut a lasting monument to the aaaarjQHiasTQWH FLOOD NEW OKI-EAAS. i.uLs.L: 5
lug would leave for Nice t.ori.
whero
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My neighbor rose, and throwing off for otherwise I was chattering with nat1.e cookery. lie knew just the foresighted liberality and enterprise of that KT-aAM Ml1 ArEA MIT U..7'U".
t 'y ., would arrive at two o'clock in the after. with cold. organizer and founder of the New 3j W.FLETCncRJOHXSOV. Fa>te.t.elllnebO'Ji
affect his action
her
had
S t wraps, left them ln the car and produced upon great Central & Hudson ever issued. 8ucc4.. nf Ants !> \\'ontitrjil.OOOOOeopIe ACADEMY

1 : noon. descended. It was noon. Hunger be- But how quickly I forgot the cold, the native mind and just what to do. tem, Commodore RiverRiroasys- .lreRdy old. TfriutiuJuulixclyphlc UNION ,
of the disinter. Apply .
pictures great
.: -i- At tho station tl -A"S.\.ILT.IotOI'i. TT1I '\ -
t S Lyons thel'en a to assert its clai ms She went toward the journey and all She proved to be Then ho told tho villagers his men trains of this line are the finest in the lleaclquurtcr. Low.rice. t i'ILIG T1flM.*. Preparatory scUool of hih Krnilo.Christian slTn,
: crowd of people. But thanks to tho gal world, and its general accommodations FrngMt! Plid Send SO rent at once for ontttt modern nicthodr. for both sexc In the healthful
tho restaurant on the right at the delicious, exquisite, adorable! The \cre hungry and must be fed. Fed the for lU BAIt!) BROS.,210 North Cd Street. St. Ix>[|f'C and beautirul Mil country of Southern IlIiDnls.:18 .
traveling public known ;
: I proverbial kindness of tho station mas soul of humor, refined, are only and appreciated > :, miles north of rairo by I.C.K.K.or M.Jt O. 80IlnJ
__. #I other bide of the. track. gay, original they were with all they could cat. for by that large portion of it who sI.- 1 and tuition for schwl year. 81OP to IU3>.
S __ ter. lL Frcgnoul, I was able to find acomfortable She loved to like have been the line rBix*ma FAFCK.t"-0 r.COrTON
I followed her. I could thus admire tl\c me; she had who would dare to oppose si great over and enjoyed themDetroit S

,' S: compartment; in fact the at my case her elegant figure, displayed been in Italy like me; she dreamed of medicine man who carried such a remarkable Free Press.. GINS Atlas Engines and TUSKALOOSA FEBALE COLLEGE,

best on tho train. I was alo I to advantage by a, otter visiting Egypt, leo mc; in literature, fetich as a theodolite? De A LATE New Hampshire paper advises Boilers! Shafting, Pulleys, TUSKALO03A, ALA.,

ono other traveler, & man in uniform,, cloak. I remarked also long she had i in music; in every thing in fact she Brazza slept in tho village that young men not t go West to make their Etc. Plantaticn, Mil aad, AfforiTssuperior, facilities for ectn'{-tlonof" young
5
with a ani night fortunes, but stay at homo and earn Steamboat Repairs. ; ladies k'oii, C"T\InIHT" APPLY
80\'el' soldIerly bearing
curls had the same tastes had. and next morning ho paid the AI.OA20 JILL. Pre41dr'1It. ,
And small pretty at the back of her neck a money to loan the people out West on their CHICKASAWIRONWORKS '

S S :, e.only Assuredly a portmanteau ho could for be bag- hat of gray felt, and very small feet "Then, too, we had hosts of rela \eI for all they had given him and morUraflres. PRESSES' DANDOLPH.MAGQHRAsmtASO COLLEG(t8 ',
g'
S rol going At tho entrance stood the keeper of tons in common. Sho was intimate took his departure." IF you are from Malaria, ask JIHIN E. UANni.K A c( .. JlKiU'ilKS Tl:N. ,VA. c8tlon W miles north o-t Klcn
far, and I would l he lufering PAPER and tnvrplcte.
soon alone. with .IA tnrj tin T mond Oollese Course thorough
the Saint-Chamass.with the avenoys, Brazza is of the few your druggist Antidote w *
: restauI'ant Clad in a velvet cap. IQ ono explorers Shalenberger's Expends niixlcrnte. Advantages unq j
Alone-the only thing that could mako I with the Mor.lbazon especially. Andto who for MalarhI ho and tells passed. 6S.-. ion opens-rpt.19.1'I.I. For full Intor*
!r I the railway journey before and bearing a striking likeness to are perfectly willing, i need you something just it don't EEr mation addrcai UICUAUU IUBT Sec'y and TreatBUSINESS -

t uble inn support Kapolean III., he indicated napkin in think that I had, perhaps, met her bo, to live for months on native cook- Micvc Mm, but send one dollar t Dr. A.T. $ $2, $3, $$4 or $$5 uIcKonY. : :

; 1 hand tho long table! which \\e to twenty limes in thom salons, without ery. I ho has no supplies on hand he Bhallcnbergcr, Rochester, Pemi'3 and Jet CAIVIJv For ffi OUT CnLLEG"t! .Huh..r In urad.
The all were I the Antidote Box. by Kipreii CLARE
passengers wero aboard; the by A \ doses will III I' netter In F.quipmr'n
noticed her! Where mni. of ,
4 ii about A tulc by assault ha\ing was my is not afraid to travel without them. tlC:you to health. The Medicine: I CANDIES.our Ptri aLa0A.T.LY <*tly i'ur.. 1".l\lty an.11r..rP Co1if0rt3bIe in UomeLr
tr.lln1 noise of foulh tI..nrl f..1'ClltCeUU
Ro.l
dispute sounded t btar I entered with tho crowd of hatless, 0 dear, where was my head; Stanley said that Do Brazza was one of la the form of pills, but isjnot, a purga- I ASI. CAKY.trLLr "th.n Any_ U ILL for 11.GirIi r..tU01t.In thC r a de.-

through tho Mio spoke naively amiably, and with tho most tive. It not only destroys Malaria, but is PtT [ Addreai ,.
Jorteres ungloved, flurried in objects a FLOYD &
: MOONEY
No. mousier passengers; diapidated-looking excellent MEMPHI COLLEGE
said thor
: no, a defile-essentially and that dignified simplicity that I like so ho ever saw suddenly turned trio a m-nutt THIS Afia.,,,,g.,.. ,
'I mllo'oico with un imperceptible; that grotesque -- 11F-\lI'UIS. TF.IY.will .
I Southern shocking to omVs sense of the well. Her slight almost imperceptible.Southern up on the Congo ono day. barefooted THE Queen of Italy, who is a clever ..' V." '..ntlfnl.wrtmeli
\ I'' 7 accent "I have ordered a in heautful accent only lent interest to and in De Brazza relates however has designed what is considered to art ETECTIVES! PIN-U.\l\.lhl'_ .t'lUt. nrwr.ITE FOB.cr-- cti
:\ compartment with a bed I mu&t have humanity-of an express train rags. most beautiful lamp at the Italian Exhibi- S I

S I! \ it.. ; stopping for refreshments. I seated I her wnrblnt bird-like speech; and we in the story of his early travels tion in London. "mntcd in.,pry rounl,. Fhrr.,J len to*et win In.tru.- Cdllrl C1assIal and Military! Mademy

: '. myself, and swallowed the succession tnlled, naturaly, with a lively pleas on the Ogowe, an near -la ourS.r.t Strrlre.txrninem??,?.?,. 8cnd Prepare foBn inp".Tniv.of Va.and Wet rolnt.
.j since have h.sti experenethat GrannanDetective8ureauco.44rcaaeVlnGinaati4). .
"But maame we none! ure. IP you are tired taking the large old fash Ad'iressMaj.A.l..Smith UethelcaUemyP.O.Ya>
r of dishes which ly upset his equilibrium. Ho arrivedat _
to
I should have paid toino, attention were sel'\'ol OBut I did ioned! griping pills,try Carter's Little Liver AC.'DF.1iYI
although in ITAKV
1 I, I to my letter!" me. Tho lauy-passcnger took her every thing a, village one day, and requested a Pills and take some comfort A man can'l DON'T FOOL THAT LOI:1s'n.Lr." d'ibia pr"Jrr': six miles t.,

i "\Vo havo bauillon at a side table. the world not to seem so, how cold I woman to cook him some dinner. She stand every thin pi dose.Try them. GIRt ctyTIimiVed in .m III'era and asc:tulliast' "e5IOfl.lv. ."
received no letter, ma- was! S flnybrthe onCPIll D. ,AIJ&.KX.& IXlCISriLU.KENTTJCiT.BnYAHJ
t S dame." 1 rose among the first and went out t ]prepared the meal, and while he was .O-K.O TCluT -
At Dijon, 2:20: My left foot numb I you boroW you must lend; L & STRATTOHLouis. n38"h :o
r 4 Tut on another coach then." to smoke on the platform. The twentyfive eating it ho asked his dusky host you are unwilling therefor 5
with cold. We telegraphed to Touniere men AGENTS WANTED JOHN'TOWN ere
,M :nit ftOO Studcnti T
., S "Impossible. Wo: havo on the regu 1 minutes reduced to twenty as for tins missing tho name of the fish she had set before should borrow you,.borrow not of them. fB11 profit. liiK premiums. Bit( pal-;,.. 3O H 0 a R dur R 0 Wryi R., lOMMtfui la'im.u: poiiUom. Bend*rly.for O.'ajaatai ctreulr-

:1 ; lar number now. Go in. Go {h.. Hurry usual, slipped rapidly away. The pas- bagtage him. She replied that i was not fish, terms.ornd 2. tents for OUTFIT: and SAVE
At Macon, : ; p. m.: It was my SEA air roughens the skin. Use Glenn's :TIME._KAT10XAL Pt'JJLlShlaj CO.,Sr. >! BUSINESS EDUCATION At
I :i I "i'ho out in Irom the but snake ho was Though he Ll11OPium
I S train is going to start'1 i-engcrs cauje groups right 100tturn now. A dispatch from eatng. I Sulphur Soap. L IIOJJK. For circular! ?,address

.1 I "But I must havo aplace., .' refectory and regained their carriages. Touni-iro that thought tho dish one, his Hill's Ilatr and AVhisker Dye, 5 cents. \nIT.-Theb.stenretn"w'tCI", b< e/F S CLJRK.SlOLLt.GEEJtU.P. $
n the l
a saying baggage will .
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I ". nd offer two in this'coach./' I also reinstalled myself in my seat imagination got the better of him, and M. BEI"RP. 1&"E).. : CR., .
you arrive Marseilles To one's C.lE I:< *,
t it next day. nuts anger 1 well; prevent lcbDoo.ln" .U\ION CO I LKiKof: r.\\ ( -l'"flllTpnnb
S :, 'In there?" My fellow-traveler had not yet re- At 5:48 the explorer says ho suddenly lost his: is t I -------5---- Kini:ept.lo. For circular 1&\'J.1I.BOvlh CI2ICP.5O.
: My left bett&-Ecwaid
;: "Yes in urned. Lyon-lerracil\ appetite and did not regain it the .- SUmMER RESORTS.
5 there. _.__ N. K..F. 1252.WIlES .
hand becomes insensible. She forgetsto unt --- _-%__________ A.
.y i t' A little brown head wa thrustthrough I )perceived her at a little hool-stul 1 next meal time.-N. Y. Sun. To REGCTATE the stomach.liver and bowels,p --
remw her petition for a sleepiag and promote digestion, take one of Carter's! THE IOITFRS hOTEL at naT--C
: on the other side of the -* wnmNQ TO ADVEKTISKIJtato $ PLE.\8P
ihe portior and drawn back leadint A Little Liver Pills every Try .. !'. S.A ;! fan-ons-aunimer UfK.rto.i. the U tU
the titles of the compartment Missionary's Odd Freak.A _. night them tbe..r ; .UllphH Itv. it now oti i> t r that Jon aaw AdnrtlacJucat I.
us :.7 ted. .nddreis : ;,
atlrlgh .olumes ..lthouthI At Valence. 8:03 JIKS.1L1Vei.cu.rropaetre. I.aper.
I : My hand follows '
t [ only her rith order of the King's Daughters
saw TIE now
1'er are two gentlemen! bale easiy recot- the gentleman recently from the Con- -
example of I learn numbers ( ) active members.CURRENT .
t "But I win give nized I 1 by her pretty 1 lef. go, who was in New York last week YU .
f ma.me. not you % that she is a widow and without children. .
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; 1 car all t 3'outsel." otter cloak and her gray hat Her told this story of the doings of an ODDITIES. BRYANT & STRATtON BusiNEss COLLEGE

1 I "Very welL Then I will not iiair seemed to mo a little lighler"ut American missionary on who .
go. At Avignon, 9:59 has IT is
: My nose set- I\'er against the city ordinance in
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t "Justus you please Tho train i is doubt i. was the effect of the ditancc. no ted into violet. I understand that she has made himsel the talk of the whitesettlement. N. Y., for a donkey t appear on the Caste I\I II Boo.kKM'pingShnrlJIJ''I.T Jl'ruo01' Catalogue and full infornatHn.I ( pu.Sa LOU"SVILLE KY p

,S I going; I give tho signal." I, never loved her first husband. le did his level best to unless accompanied by a man. ,

o'" "Stay, monsieur ttay! It is absolutely I \'er'hoar bad now returned o hiear. induce tho natives among whom he ..I an old deed a certain boundar line :
Marseilles
at 12:05 I
S necessary that I go. And sinceIhcrols TII lJ'al>mc were noisily! hiut S- three last ': sneeze had settled to wear clothes like white descried as stump ILLUSTRATIONS *
times
S the doors. violently. She gives me !
: Hug: folks. Tho Harrington licked William
: ; S nothing but this carJh:tS. conservative blacks failed
"
"Hut she is back my blanket and bids mo a gracious"au .
going to be
they will let I to discern the ,SUITABLE
give why
mo a
scanty ANY
sleeping compartment they
SUBJECT.
thought. "Is she crzizvl"' revoir. appare THER is a husband in Garrett County, FOR
S at the next station : wore was not adequate to ,
needs, W. Va., who ..
Au revoir! only permits wife to have
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"Madame, madame! I hi r- vr s x-v "VV>
;S S 'Yes, madame, yes." the door. : cried from Ah I was madly in love with her.I and they respectfully declined to wear. one pair of shoes at a and when he While showing only a few specimens of our

S You will telegraph for it?" hear me. t.wn too far; she could not passed the night at the Xoailles more clothes. Fal'tho.. missionary wants her to stay at home he locks the ..-. [, Live Stock Cuts we are fully able t to fill any
shoes in trunk. :
Yes .madame. told them he a I ,
to one order for different breeds of Horses, Cattle
"You promise me?": The7histlo sounded. The train: Hotel, a night full of wakeful remembrance of them and they would not n Is the early days of the township of f 'J '"I' jJMI{; '. ". ? Poultry, Steep or Swine, and in fact anything
i conform
S began to start. What ought I to do? and agitation. The next morning North Hatfield, Mass., a road was out .
/ (
'Yes I lal {{ fJW..0'
his to
to
say. standards ho must descend which described J S pertaining stock! raising. We do not, however
An i when I awoke I had the most dreadful was as from S
and clear "running .
promgt forced .i ,t.
v. '
'SureP"Yes ea to theirs. Tho / limit have
ourselves to this line we
next time he as
held a Pochang meadow to the stream where old y' 4S ,
it cold in the head that ever was in the
yes. yes!" scl through my brain bho would meeting the natives were immensely Mr. Doolittle's horse died." S :1.i/." t the largest stock of Miscellaneous Cuts to be 1
; be left here in this world. Dare 1, in that condition, S : I ,
horrible cold present
The door astonished A for : : \ found anywhere, thus to select
S opened. The little brown to see the white man Cnr pension recently filed in the J. enabling you
head without her baggage. She would myself at my friend Rombaud'bPSo appear Pension Bureau by John Adams ; S, .' h i'41lliI' suitable illustration for Special
S. was engulfed in wraps and sur among them wearing Quincy on : any subject
nothing but S
.
I. }r need her little much the He must take 1 account of services with the k ; ,. and
by packages. A shrill whiste wraps poor woman: worst S breech clout Some United States 1 attention u invited to our Business Cuts

runde pierced the air. We were in : She should at leapt ha\e her belong traveler a he finds him. They would happened along few white men who c010re troops!, is witnessed by Patrick .tIls fl 1' ?'i$4. lal. those denoting Societies, Orders, Games, etc.
moton. a days later -
ing8. take me a I was. and to-morrow I will persuaded Henry and Thomas Jefferson. -

S took at ono grasp 1 he three bags get well under the sun of Nice. the gentleman that it would A STORM at Evansville, Ind., lately blew Hundreds Columnsof S Can also furnish yon

Gallantly the administrative gentleman and all the wraps and threw them at a 0, my friend! What a surprise! That Conduce t his comfort, and ho would down and crossed electric wires which Humorous Cuts to select -S S S a Correct Likeness ol
t: rose and seated S do just as much charged buildings and pools of water with
I himsel near me, workman who stood near the car. excelent Rombaud had invited some good i he resumed from, and any one American or For
S I electricity, and firemen and horses any
the his were
leaving other
of the compartment "For that lady over there." I cried. of his friends, in my honor and among customary garb.. -N. Y. Sun. knocked down and stunned.A wishing illustrations for .. S eign Notables, men ci
S
the -
new arrivaL .
r .' S Without t The workman took the things and them-her. my fellow-traveler-my Cne Thing At a Time. KANSAS farmer has written to the either long or short ar- 4t;! : women, embracing all

S. vouchsafing us so ;much asa went toward the lady at the book stal L. charmer! Johnstown bureau of information asking tides of a funny nature { j1. :; : those foremost government

'. glance all ruffled and red with At the same moment, on the opposite When I was presented to her an imperceptible Scrawley-So you don't like my that a wife be chosen for him from among can not fail to find exact t.if Jj : '. S 6' war,
,
S anger, the arranged her packages side of the car. the door opened and smile showed on her play? the fond sufferers and sent on to his pla. ly those they will want. ir"Ir l politics
e" nround her with the deliberation lps. near the town of Parsons. \, j r science, art or sporLf1L
: common my fellow-traveler, distracted, hurried Inclining towards Scribbler-No I ( '
her frankly
I said in ; did .
low
f' to all people who hava long a not TIIEUE is a man styled doctor in Boston !.i i Ad; i ,ii,,, .. 5)
I along by a scolding employe. plunged tone: Scrawley hope you are not one of who claims In addition to
; before to be possessed of such supplying Cuts of description
S .. journey them. There* were, one, into the car and the tiain moved of "And Tournier?" those who,hissed.cribb1erNo magnetism that he is able to impart strong it to we also carryon a Ganeral every ._ __ _____
two, three Jotoinq
S bags and se'erall'ar*. Horrors! I had mistaken the "I have them I ordinary brown for the Business in -
of
From the replied she. in the was not paper cure every Electrotyping and Stereotyping! t S_ _
5
: corner of 1 followed woman! known a. '
my eye disease.
:: 5 A. same tone. Then we e tted Scrawley-Glad to hear Persons ordering the at the lowest possible rates for thoroaghty* S _
., her little arrangements t! and noticed The one at the book stall was not the at the ourseh'c Scribbler-Fact is I it paper are humbly requested to enclose one reliable work, and YJS
_z with table couldn't hiss; I dollar. respectfully solicit your; )\\J1"S
that h'j
pleasure wasmrmint. right Tho
1, one same cloak, the same "What a cold. my good friend!" was so buy )'awnin .America. orders. Write us for estimates, specimens! t".' -t."
} I sayTih pleasure for hat tho same figure; but it was not the cried 4. Ax Oklahoma hack-driver- purchased two or sample sheets and in S _
excelent ,
llombaud. lots dalng sa address t.1N. .
"You on the day after the us. i' .
must opening from 'l '
I'Clly always more agreeable to she! It was a tl lWjCl who did not have -Each of tho thousand workmen men at the most convenient of hols1 Ji'l'' 'j"1 '' ," It
taken oar ,
it the who decided that seven **. \ : I
S travel opposite aprttty wom n than a travel. on railway train." employed on the cruder there would never b a :, /'! :"",,.' ,.,:,,
Charleston ,
.Ye but I at city ard who were going In
'S 4. spectacled old EngIIhman.S J Jl How absurd for two women to look S $I do not mind it in the I the time 'he was lJ lit contributed, a For one he paid ten dollars away and for disgst THE A. N. KELLOGG"NEWSPAPER

\ was growing cold T lieS to much alike in let. replied rather to the aston ten-cent piece traded co..
S very fit the back! of to enlh the metal of 1. C well-wcru six-shoter. One of 353 & 370

S : ray host and tho other I which The vessel's bell was made. I lots he has since sold for H,10 and ho 22i & 229 WALNU7 91' :n. LOIJI3.DEARBORN MO. STREET, CHICAGO. ILL.

? holding the sii-shooter $ 171 It I73SELPS ST.. C'NC NNATJ. OHIO.
t i lotion 71 A 79 OMTARO STRZET.
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