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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1 VOL. XI. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889. NO. 19.r .. ,
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ADVERT.SINC. RATEb: A NOISY-MAN. education" as she declared, though CATCHING BLUEFISH. THE BIRCH TREE. FILLING( THE J SILO.Vundas.ntI -PUNISHED THE SHIRKERS.--f*' .;-. J

.. 1 J 1D G m m some said "!t's ,; ....
.tt .CII: W' W' m Although a noisy man mny be : am&zing how little ,
Ll I I A nuisance worth it takes Great Sport Requiring a Steady Xerv mad Botna of the Numerous Svbttnnco! Thai Prtn Blast D. t%.Way a St.amboat llata Got ISvea with .' .
S1OOt900J That
"W soo i400 abusingI to satisfy hr in that &|pl .
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III Care; ,. rather like tne fellow. He a Quick Hand. Are Derived from It. Carried Die Soldiering crew.< ;
10 ;) f)Q Carefully Out. '
: 3 6 0-1 W11 She
disliked
aaaat'Ci I 1 il t 2i1 001'l 00 Is, hOl\& .\ drudgery," as The must have A casual glance at the surroundingsof of mates and their habits .
: on a 50: 6 W 00 15 (001:10 somehow so amusing. angler steady nerve The.se of the silo! is becoming so successful "Speaking
I fluares. 1 co 10 IXII 1:! (101 F 0 I 3:1: CI,6, 0:) she styled the h ? lduties which and hand to make of timber country, notably along ." spoke' veteran engineer; '"1
1;: IIqllllrell! 10 (1; 15 HI; O ((II :5 00 W OOIOtO, It's fun to bear the endless 1kwor filled ? quick a success any that many Dinners are adoptingit up a :
!C IQlAl\rcii senseless sound he's droppingAnd up the live .jjost: of the people trolling for bluefish. The fish must be the creeks and ravines reveals the sometimes without full knowledgeand saw a fellow dcflf trick on the, Arka
for the first sn.I live cents r a
I 'jencenLs breach a line ijb.uent insertion.fpl'elal thInk' that be is wound to go about her, int", sely. hauled in as quickly as possible. Sucha fact that at least some birch taiga clear understanding: of its fundamental BaS river,once 'for'which he should

t::.: line rates at tbe for oflic time*.verLisements upon Forever without stopping.; "Nettie" acts as if she really enjoyed thing as playing with him is entirely have withstood the onslaught 61 country principles. I The .first of theseis have been hanged. lIo's' dead,

,-' application. While others writhe in pain because herself she said to her lather aftera ;. out of the question. The slightest bit pedagogues who from times remote the entire exclusion, of air from the now, so I do not hesitate to. :

=:=::-- He's making them so tiredI visit to her adopted sister. "She has of slack line or delay, and in nine instances have been identified with the contents. Indeed this be said to 6 give his name. It.was, Prindle
RATES: watch the motion of his jaws three may .
tI', SUBSCRIPTION" And wonder If they're wired. boys, only"think of it and she is out of ten the fish will break legend of birch, oil and elbow greaseas be the only requisite i to be secured, for '-Mat 'Prindle. He was mate on
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-One; "*"".......tl 00 proud'of them. away. It is not an unusual thing to an accelerator! to the sluggish school the air is the only rgent of decay thatis the steamer Fort Gibson. and I.:"'as' .
.. 50 Though he Is called a "windy bag
tI'I: fix iiontI..A.Ktibscrlptions: !Dust be paid Invariably laadvance. And other names as lunny, "Well "she may be; cute little chaps catch them with lacerated jaws thus boy as'ha tumbles along over the obstacles to be guarded against and all the a passenger on the way from Little .

: : All Ko discriminations favor! any. It's worth I think to hear him brag they are, replied her father "and showing evidence of previous battles on the side of science hilL careful provisions employed in the .Rock to Van Buren. At tho little town, -
About one cent of money. Ned and his wife are doing first rate." is remain and outside their Bluffs there 'large
body.JommunlcaUons upon all matters of local with'anglers. To the amateur.there Many twigs construction of siK>s are for the pur- of Spadra was a -
I, Interest( solicit-1 from all parts of the county. While people bate his vain conceit "Doing! I should think so." said a good deal of downright hard work legendary historic value suggested in pose of excluding Consequently the amount of salt in sacks to be dis '

And think ho isn't witty Angela. "Nettio showed me the about the sport. In time, however, lie the foregoing the twigs'and bark of floor and the wall- of the silo are to charged. Now, as you well, know i

IIi -SECRET SOCIETIES. And feel sadly for snub him a him p.ty.on the street, cheese and butter she had made, and becomes accustomed to the work of the common birch (Betula alba) have be perfectly sealed against > the sacked salt is the very worst kind of *

it fairly made me dizzy." constantly hauling in his line to remove really an intrinsic-value not second to entrance of air. The best silos; are freight for the roustabouts to handle. .

' Meets every Tuesday Born Himself without as others brains see he can him not; see "Your mother taught her and she the ever-troublesome seatanglewith many of the most valuable plants. now made of boards doubled. .with It is considered a test- of strength and -

': y .night at Od'l Fellows' Besides he's very good-to be knows how" said Mr. Ellis. "I wish which tho hook becomes clogged. Even the leaves and young shoots tarred roofing felt between the layers endurance. A sack of salt is too heavy

It. \ .5 ''.LnlI. Transient broth A freak in some mu-see-um. you'd let her teach you my child." in which condition the nimble bluefish secrete a resinous substance, having the inside lining being put vertically a load for one man to carry. and not, '

-' 'ii'' ers cordially J. C. WILLS invited to Because I pity him, in suchA "Time enough to learn that stufl could not see the shimmering squid. acid reaction which, under the long- I and made of dry matched lumber, the heavy enough for two. Some mates ,

lit....' 3ttCfld. Noble Grand., proper place I'd shove him when I'm obliged:;: to," said Angela He must also become accustomed to an legged names of the pharmacist. is joints being sealed with a coat of. tar get over the difficulty when

1 J>. J. FiiLDS, Secretary. }'. O. Box 41. For I can while not I say like I love him-rather him. jnucn' trolling a gay air. occasional sore finger caused by the sold as a medicinal preparationfor : and molted resin used hot. The pile is to be handled by using 'hand- -

&&atJ Tho "time" came very soon. Angelahad :;: strain upon the line. These annoy- as high as sixteen dollars whole lining is then painted over with barrows' and trucks but even then

: Improved order of ICed Men. Still That though gladly ho's we'd such nuisance him, ccol a beau."Charlie. ances, however are trivial in comparison per fluid ounce The' inner. bark this mixture. which closes the pores there must baa waste of labor. Prin

ConncU destroy Moss has a fine farm all to the and the sail. secretes a bitterish' alkaloid not dle insisted the men should each
'I Osceola Tribe No. 1, Florida- lie doesn't. mean to be. The fool sport delightful and prevents air from penetrating.The carrya -
, fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep attheir Imagines we enjoy him. his own," said the proud mother "and There are no mosquitoes or black-flies unlike cinchona in its nnture' and is outside boards are covered with sack and the result v/as he soon

Ilp's..' \Vigwi, Starke, Flo. -II. C. Dodge.... InGoodaU'b Sun. ho belongs to ono of the very first to make one's life a'burden. as in trout used largely as'adulterant_, for the novelty siding, which lies close and had his crew 'burnt out' and

ell. Transient brothers are cordially invitedto families." and salmon fishing. Expensive fishing- quinine in many'p 8 of Europe. further helps to exclude air. The they began to soldier on hint He

- attend. J. HAYNES, Sachem.: CRUEL KINDNESS. The marriage was completed under tackle is not at 'necessary.. It is a The So-called "Cinchona Mixture" has floor of beaten clay or covered with noticed this and so did L We were

-W. M.MtACHAM. Chief of Records.CHUKC1I tho happiest auspices and the home pleasure which may be indulged in by been found by analysts-- to consist. in cement and tarred. Is closely joined to both standing on the bank and saw

Tho natural Sequel a Mother's life of tho young couple began.. But, every individual wealthy enough to I, many instances, of .the.alkaloid foundin the bedded sills. The roof is water six of the crew sneak out of line and -

DIRECTORY Mistaken Indulgence.What alas! Angela soon learned, by many a hire a sail-boat the inner baric'of,:the" humble birch tight and the air is excluded from the make,their way back along the fantailto

tlaptlMt CUurcli.Bervices bitter lesson, that she was unable tc Chumming for bluefish is slightly tree. -,. %:'* contents by a coveting of cut straw the wheel. The engines were 'shipped -

I at 10:33! a.m. and 7 p.m. Pray shall we call her?'' said Farmer make an orderly, comfortable home more expensive than trolling but it is The outer bark; subjected to dry distillation ono loot thick or Cl doubled boards. up' and the wheel was in such a

meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Ellis. looking down the small by the help of ja, careless incompetenl more exciting. The captain of tho yields a,peculiar empyreu- laid the same way ror easy removal position that one of the 'bu kets' was

J. M. CALDWELL, Pastor. specimen of humanity upon lying so help- girl when sho knew so little herself. sail-boat must be notified in advanceto matic oil, having the peculiar odor ot with roofing felt between them. on a dead level. On this 'bucket,the

, Sunday School meeu every Sunday;: less in the nurse's arms. The visits of her parents to their secure a. few hundred menhaden.On Russia leather, and the secret of pro. In tilling the silo tee fodder. is firm- six shirkers ranged themselves like

\ morning at 10:30.() daughter's home gave them the heartache the eventful day he sails out with paring skins, and that too of the very ly trodden especizlly arqund the crows on tho limb of a tree. When .
'Angela.. said Mrs. Ellis turning
isJe T. K. BUXJ, Superintendent: on her pillow to on the tiny feat and made Mrs. Ellis wonder if, his party to his particular favorite poorest quality of skins being taken sides and quickly settles, by its f:own Prindle saw them he seemed seized

), gaze after all, she had not done as her hus- spot and anchors. An improvised fish- from cattle that have perished on those weight. Heat is soon produced by the with a sudden fiendish scheme to pun-

Presbyterian Church. ures."That's band had often told her "shown cruel) grinder is placed on one side of the barren, desolate plains is the only obstacle fermentation, which uses-J, up.. ish them. Ha said nothing to them.
Xin.1.p ns near angel as I can getit ,.
Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. kindness to her child." boat and the menhaden are ground up thus far to prevent American the contained in t the but going aboard tho boat .walked
she "and John would oxygen
'm f >I U. B. MATTKE Pastor. thought:;: Death came suddenly to Mr. Ellis into what is called chum. This is artisians competing with Russia and ensilage and as this is re- back into the engine-room. and in'an
I. at if he knew how Ifelt"
.. Sunday School every Sunday: at 10 a.m pooh me, just and the mother went to live with her gradually thrown overboard; then the Austria in fine leather goods.It placed by carbonic acid pro- unconcerned way. said to the engineeron ..

# L. C. HULL, Supt. daughter."I captain bails each angler's hook witha is not necessary however to 01 go duced by the fermentation all the watch: 'Bill, I wish you would 1
But for
John made the
no, objection, can help her and tell her how to into chemical technicalities and details her turn ahead The
- fifteen of married life which had good-sized: piece of tho fish, and the air in tho substance of the fodder is just give one .
TletbodUt Church. been childless years do," sho thought. sport begins. The anglers payout in order to arrive at a profitable driven off with the :escaping, watery engineer did as he was told. He :
made the
Services every Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. and stranger morewelcome. But, alas! it was too late. Sho saw their lines, allowing the bait to solution of tho uses of birch twigs and vapor resulting from heat. The, heat opened the throttle and tho wheel '4

7:30: Prayer meeting Tuesday all her mistakes in the birch is revolved. The six wild t
p.m. every training of float away with tho chum. The bark when the larger timber and the carbonic acid together destroy men gave a ,

aud Thursday at .:3(). True an adopted daughter claimed Angela faithfully copied in her teach. fine chum simply aggravates the blue- being cut away and hauled to the saw whatever of mildew or decom- yell and clung desperately to..their

G. D. TURNER, Pastor. their love and care and the little blue- ing of her only son and when she fish, and they dash through it, looking mill or the turning lathe. When it is position germs be in the silo and thus perch. But it was useless; into the -
School at 9 may
Sunday turn maiden who stood
Sunday every eyed rapturouslygazing warned her of the consequences of her for more substantial food which they stated that the oil of wintergreen air river they went and three of them
lJ. CHARLES Ilicii4.no, bupkClirl : by the continued exclusion, th .
at the infant, deserved all that ,
wholesale indulgence heard only: invariably find enveloping a copper I (Oleum gaultheria) so useful, fragrant the preservation of the ensilage from never came out. Of course there waS .

ho received. "Oh mother you're growing old snelled hook. 'I his is the supreme and expensive, is nearly always adulterated decay is secured. There is no aci4ity a great sensation and Prindle declared .

"Nettie Ellis is the smartest girl intown You have forgotten how children feel moment when the angler's skill is test- with birch oil; much of it even and he did not know the men were on the
tlan Church. under these circumstances : no
was the verdict of more than 1 can train my child." is birch oil pure and simple but it ia wheel but I know ho saw them and
S! ed. It is the moment when he needs of
"cta xL, 26; Acts xxvi., 28; I. Peter Iv., 18. one rustic admirer. "When sho getsto waste. Tho very givat economy
Mrs. Ellis was not sorry when the all tho of mind he sold as wintergreen oil and is winter- his order to the engineer wasfor tho -
.Services each Lord's day at 3 presence possesses. the practice render it compulsory\ -
p.m. be she'll make
a woman things
IT.Do 101. messenger came and she was laid beside Should he become excited. he is sure green oil to all intents and purposes, those farmers -who hajp much sole purpose ofpunishinj m.torsol- t
G. P. YOUNG Pastor. upon
''en s'.. buzz. and, indeed she did not lack her husband in the last dreamless to lose his prize. An advantage in having, when properly prepared and it is dicring." St Louis Globe-Democrat. ,/ '" -
npal stock to feed and just as compulsory -
Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 p.m. much of doing so now. ] To-day tho refined the viz. I ." .
op1.euibIStl sleep. petted, spoiled son chumming is that either hand lines or same properties, : to to to save j

'Will C. J. DENTON Supt. Thrifty Mrs. Ellis was a model of a doting mother is a drunkard. entirely rods and reels may be used. Sportsmen specific gravity, 1.173; boiling point hay from spoilinerby go somepenSO the use of iTgood!:' \> FIRST--.GREAT_ BANKERS -

.Tnt ill housekeeper and kept no girl. Thus destitute of self-control, needinga 412 deg, and mixes readily with alcohol "
Pro5, prefer the latter. In both cases the fcr-tHe .
'n
it is
Kettle had been initiated into barora0 equally eessary They Were Jew. and Did Uuxtne In .
rEl1. early, Dab
m OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. guardian to care for what remains of line must be paid out as rapidly as the chloroform, etc. farmer to provide a-silo foc-th keeping ... ylon. 600 n C.
the of butter and
mysteries cheese- "
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.ASt.nB his large patrimony. tide is running; when nearly out it The appliances necessary for the JJ1. his coarser:.Iodd c. The economy Rev. Father J. N. Strassmsler, S-J., -
.. making; and in dish.w sbillg. sweepIng Nellie's flock of brave boys have oil! preparation of this oil are neither Intricate '
Officer
. City must be reeled or hauled in again the of space galoecUraakes a atto the wbose name is well known in Lan, v ;
I Mayor-L. Witkovski. ::: and dusting she went far beyondall gone forth from the farm earned by bait examined, tho seaweed removedand nor costly being simply a large cheaper o1 the two.--N' TCT Times. cashiro, and whose almost.herculean *' ; ... ./'

I Aldermen-W.. Sapp, U. D. Miner, tho little girls of her acquaintance. her own and husband's industry to the line paid out again. One is as tub supplied with a coil and steam con- labors in the work of cuneiform paleography '1'"f'. l

1: George E. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner. Sho was 'the same busy little maiden in homes of their own, while she, with likely: to get a strike reeling in as in nection. Of course we are not expected FAMILY _CRAP; BASKET. have gained him a world-wide -

Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. school for the "winter term" was all silver threads to into all the details of ----'
thickly sprinkling her out and in go
has
paying as trolling, ono reputation Assyriologists. .
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Treasurer-Walter Wills. Valuable Information oo a Variety .
she and her teachers echoed
enjoyed,
JABS. Marshal-E. D. Wall. hair, reclines in her arm-chair, saying: must be ever on the lookout for the manufacture. Only brief outlines can Domestic Topl& nearly completed a work of great im
the verdict of tho And '
1R'JI Assessor-T. W. Sweat. townspeople. "I'm so sorry for Angela and her sudden, savage strike of the fish. be given. Silverware to be kept bright should portance. Among the treasures of tho
now a little sister had come to share "It 'cruel kindness The birch limbs, twigs bark, and
boy. was ,
- poor When the rush comes if you have not never be washed in'soap-suds! ; clearwater British Museum are some 40.000 in-
neu" her pleasures and her work for often giving 'em.such a bringing:;: up I'm tho rod and reel under perfect control even the leaves, if a mere commercialoil is best. To prevent articlas scribed tablets from Babylon and other
PuUeTh County officer. she had heard Mrs. Ellis say: Mrs. E. J. Richmond in Wornan's is to be made gathered and
sure. are
F. you will not only lose tbe fish, but you from tarnishing arm them and apply cities of Chaldea. which related to
(Mill lilt County Judge-W. Malphus. "It's bounded duty to teach
my my olaced in this tub the
Magazine. large containing
Clerk Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks may retut'nvith a broken rod or the with a soft brush a thin solution of fiscal and other affairs

ESIKuller! Sheriff-H. W. Epperson. girls"to do every thing I can do myself ADVENTURES S OF a--A WATCH. loss Qf hundreds!' of feet of line. coil foP steam heating and as fast as collodium in alcohol. The ware c.nbe commercial trasactd the cities of the empir -"
and in Nettie's she
surely
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Tax Assesssr! -J. E.Vainrijjht.Tax case Bluefish feed on the schools of men the mass accumulates it is kept covered brightened by rubbing with a flan These cover a period from the time of -

JEifc Collector-M. M. Hale. had not failed. Why is it that the finest A I..a
- Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. theories vanish often when brought:;: to Lost and Fouixt. the bay abounds. It is a grand sightto supplied with a tight-fitting lid or chalk then with a newspaper. of Nabupalassar, in B. C. '62& unt

County Surveyor-W. H. Edwards, C.B the test? fcome years ago a handsome watch manhole, should be opened as little aspossible. .
r rhandJoet see them at feeding time. Whole Chamois can be washed in warm the time of the conqest of Babylon by (
County Commissioners Witkovski, "If I ever have children of my own, for woman's wear traveled from Swit/- regiments of them may be seen to leap After becoming nearly full water without dose well and A1eandertheGreat.

'fm*1,110 Ip.Tte Do B. Knight, B. A. Todd, W. H. Piuhol- I'll show people how they should be erland to Providence jeweler's,wherein from the water in their wild rushes steam is turned on, and the batch kept pull and' stretch soap to;soften while dry I Dr. Strassmaler has just published
,.... Iter !.L V. Smith. model school show window it attracted attentionas
Write"4UIEI. trained. many a teacher after their unfortunate prey. They about blood warm for twenty-four ing. lithograph fac-similes of 1.13- inscriptions -
has declared. Alas! the boast a proper gift to bestow upon a friend. This will dissolve all
luIrI.IUIL- soon lash tho water into foam in their mad hours. nearly Little red ants. it ia 'said, can not dated in the reign of
!State Odccrw. ceases when the trial comes. It was purchased in its pretty case charges, and often bite each other dur- the oil and risinous matters which bo- wool One Nabonidus the last of the native
travel or carpet. :
- Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville.. with tho chatelaine attached. and the over rag
Secretary ol State-John L. Crawford Jro, as the rosy-cheeked Angela grew ing their delirious efforts in procuringfood. ing precipitated causes the mass to who has tried it covered her floor with kings of Babylon and covering the
whole later lost before tho
r r.c.Yet'l p.rLt Crawford ville. rapidly out of long clothes and went purchaser Even when not hungry they will assume a very' sticky consistency.Steam coarse baize set her sofa on that and period from B. C 555 to B. a 358,

own 10001n-* AUoorney.GeneralWilliam Lainar.JIon- pattering about the farm-house, tho arrived home. Three days later it was wantonly rush upon schools of other may now be turned on and the she has not been troubled since. She when Cyrus captured the citv- The '

hUa.,fI, ttcello. mother was so taken up with adoringher advertised as found and was again in fish and snap and bite right and left mass brought to a boil for a momentor adds: "Cover a shelf in your closet document contains records of almost -

-- Treasurer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. "angel" that the old theories were the possession of purchaser. It was killing and maiming merely for the two. With a wooden connection or pantry with flannel, set whatever every class of business t'ans ) .

ni6e"I. trIe Commissioner of Agriculture B. forgotten.:;: Angela developed a sturdy bestowed upon the friend. Before sport it affords them. These cannibals with a small barrel or keg, the tank is you wish to keep from ants on it, and ions-records of sales of merchandise :

te tnllt Wombwell. will of her own, and "she must not be many days. after the lady had returned act as though they were not afraidof made tight and brought to a boil; the they will at once disappear." -J and slaves, promissory notes -
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tjjI1esnd ClIIf' Comptroller-General. D. Barnes. crossed" the mcther decided thoughit from a drive, the watch was found to any thing above or below the water. !!steam having previously dissolved the Dr. F. D. Reese, of Cortland. N. Y.:, mortgages wills, marriage and dower 1 '

.!bmoI4I5kDSOV..1-. ]t<'f 'Adjutant-General-David. Long, Ceda made her appear so unlovely in the I have been dropped from its chate. An occasional shark gets among them, oils etc., will now vaporize them, and writes to the Medical Record describ- deeds as well as tithe books and

-T./-- Keys.Superintendont eyes of all others. I laine. No search could find it. however and brings them to their will condense in the last-named keg. ing the use of carbolized oil applied to temple accounts Some idea of tho

. :seh-. .Albert Russell, Jacksonville.of Public Instruction- Nettie loved the wilful. little one : Three weeks later it was carried into senses. Another peculiarity of the fishis After a few hours the job is done the the carbuncle. and then covered with power of "the scribo caste is to bo

!-I-t.Pp116I PROFESSIONAL CARDS and tried to teach her what she had a jeweler's for sale recognized by the that -they may bo caught as freely keg is bunged or corked up. and is oakum which had previously been saturated gained when we find the names of over

I,wrG'I -- been so carefully trained! to perform owner and recovered. during a thunder-storm as on a pleas- ready for shipment as commercial with the oil. Of.a few cases of 800 of these brethren of the stylus 8P

uLouttJ" IUMEYING. CIVIL ENGINEERING. but Angela ooa decided {fitting on the rocks at Narragansett ant day. It is said that they are the wintergreen oil though made from carbuncle treated in this way. not one pear in the deeds, and i is possible

R. F. ENSEY "Let.those work who love to. I don't Pier one summer day,and wonderingif only fish which have no respect for the birch refuse continually in tho way.- has run over two weeks. The diseiro distinguish tho handwriting of many

liko it." it were yet late afternoon owner battles of tho elements. Almost all N. Y. Lumber Trade Journal. has yielded to the carbolized oil and of them. ,One very impornt. point i ;
'CI of the watch glanced down to see the 4S I S
v E1.TGXN'EEt8J'ARKE "1'm afeard you're making mIstake others seek water established by these documents namely -
deep as soon as Packing Eggs Large End Down.I oakum treatment as by magic. Houses
and the watch
time was missingIt
FLA. wife" :Mr. Ellis said. "It's cruel thunder is heard. They are at all twenty per cent. solution. that the Invasion of Cyrus welcomed -

Dn12ntln t1tnsbs' leveUI1C, 0(0.. 01S. kindness you're showing our little girl. had been securely fastened but the times an interesting study but as one want to give you my method for. Bo very careful about disinfectirg as it was by tho priests and .
had broken and let0 the
Suted withaceuracy ad her mind well chatelaine :;: it "The for I have tried nearlyall people, and only opposed by tho
TermL dlspaS01l. You don't make very captain aptly put : .more you keeping eggs the kitchen sink. Washing soda two court
5-i per day, caab. Going back to the hotel
timekeeper.
,- - S.J. .- and she ain't half so forra.nl as Nettie study them the less you know about the processes, and havo found none tablespoonfuls to gallon of boiling and army. caused little disturbance to

-- was at her age." tho lady was spoken to by an them."Harper's Weekly. that kept eggs with less deteriorationfrom water, makes an excolent wash to pour the affairs of trade. Babylon was

0. EAYNES "Much you know about," said Mrs. elderly man. "Havo'' you lost d .a_ the fresh state than the following hot into the sink after you have finished captured on the 16th of the month

Ellis, angrily. "She's all we've got any thing, "miss? was "asked."Yes HOGS ON TWO LEGS. method: Take a stoneware vessel [ using it. Tammuz. B C S8. and we havo here
watch. "Here it is. And
and I don't mean she shall work as I've a (earthen will not answer on account of Miss Gordon Cumming'has drawn at- a loan of on tho 7th of tho
DE uninjured the tramp piece of jewelrywas Some of Thotie Who Make Walking on the while the first transaction after
lVT1tS: rr always done." Streets a Ilurden. its porous nature) or clean half-barrel, tention to the cleansing effect of petroleum month,

Tho child had learned to obey her returned to the owner. Tho As I stroll alon .the sidewalks. I nee and put in a layer of common salt two on soiled clothes. :The best wayto the capture occurs on the 21st of the !

.yoU..EE.. Offlce eYer * to
Philadelphia.
L household affairs the mischief went watch was worn happy in exact proportion to the big end down, close together:: but not say of fourteen gallons with water Several great inscriptions indeed almost
course it was lost there and equally o half relate to the transactions of :
DUGGfILLS on. At school tho wilful girl studiedor found the chamber amount of inconvenience and disgust touching; cover by carefully sprinkling adding half a pound of soft soap and
it was by firm of
and
course and the the great banking Egibi
her and inflict One is the who salt between, cover eggs when all is boiling thoroughly pour in '
not, as suited pleasure. the hotel and mailed to the they can man
maid in -
whom : :
his Assyriologista
half inches sons many
Attorneys when Nettie was declared "too old togo Island the walks down a crowded thoroughfare about one and a deep. one and a half tablespoonfuls of pe
at Law owner in Rhode by pro inclined to regard; their "
in ::
Then proceed with the next layer Then in the clothes and are a Jewa
in
to school. Angela was sent away smoking limburger cheese a rancid troleum. put
/ prietor of the house. Expostulationfrom The end of thee names being also spelt Ikibf or JacobL
the same way. large for half hour before lift-
corn-corb One is
ISTARKE to be educated. whichis pipe. the man who boil them an '
FLA. friends proffered advice is where the air-sack or bubble is, -Manchester Guardian. .
& blows his nose without the of them out and rinsing them in sev-
in the use a ing
LLEC4J. 1I'm But a new element appeared said to possess an unpleasant odor, down the contents of -...- 1. -
rar.tM In al1 tbe Courts Fourth handkerchief. One is the who and by placing eral waters. A little more soap water
In the man
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b4 expectorates
rf its tran-
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. J'ltUt household threatening ,
Ellis make tho
,..,I .; IlUlCiall1relllta.P. and chidings failed to 0:1er ::: in the shell hold it in place and preventit should be added- to make How to Have Goo Servants. -.
laterally a high wind. and paramne
quility. Nettie had a lover, a sturdy stop wearing tho watch.
J. but at the risk of being censorious I frem expanding. and also to a much for loss as successive lots of the
FIELD, young fellow with only his strong Yesterday the watch hung, withnumerous will the yelk up Set them a good example. One
greater degree, prevent
) ...-!- hands and true heart to recommend other silver trinkets, suspended must insi.t that in the same category :lothes are boiled. of practice is worth pound of -
from settling to the shell. Careful ex- ounce a
!flMu tho chatelaine worn from belongs the man who carries a cane. Remove stains from cups and saucers
from
D'1 W rk 1 llmr what astonishing
showed
periment3 me an precept -
n him."It's all nonsense," Mrs. Ellis said(] the girl's side. Sho stood on a wharf I do not mean the man whom a difference there is in eggs kept by scouring with fine coal ashes. Take time to teach them their du. :

uJblrlnrrrtl" "we can't sparo Nellie, aud I'ortcr has looking down into the water. "How rune carries. When a man needsa I on a hole-bored shelf with littleor Vinegar improves by keeping therefore ties thoroughly, and notice whether :
I even
t
STARKE cane to support him he is best to lay in a large supply. -
FLA.CUAPAKTGBD.. np home to take her to. When he deep is it down there? was askc-J. keep I big ends down. Careful experiment it they are well or ill
the lower end of it on the Waxed bags am a new idea prorme
1U.1I'0&1 "When the tide : paper
fcot. .
J [ BOXIL owns a farm we'll let her go. "About fifteen has the desirability of large Abstain from or anger at .
: :
all the time and out of the proven confections
12 b----- But Mr. Ellis dccid, d. "X eHie is a i i is out?" "Yes." Plunge went some ground way ends down.-Poultry Keeper. for holding coffee fruix. neglect ignorance or inattention. Let '

PEEK, & good. true girl. She hall decide this thing into the preen water below. of tho public. But when a man, in a ... etc. They are also useful for packingfurs your reproof mild, but firm in man-

::1:8..cJILEGE sa- FRAZEE, matter herself." And Nettle decided. "What was that a fishP" asked a by- crowded city, carries a cane he carriesit -Any tanner or worker out of door and woolens away fiom moths the ner. b ...

"" knew better for ornament and for amusement. should be especially careful to usa all paraffino coating rendering them both S '
: "I'll &go:: and help y(m earn a homo stander. But tha girl Never reprove one servant before -
IttoraeysalLawandMarics! Ned." and the innocently covered the chatelaine Therefore he swings it in the air. precaution in regard to besoming air and watertight.If another; sullenness will oftener tho

The faithful Nettle must not go from with ono hand_ and said: "1 carries it under_his ,arm, ,andraps withit overheated. A person who has once the coal cinders whtn taken from result of so doing than obedience-b

ITJUE, BE1DFORD CO. FLA. the rich farmer'home where she had think it was a fish; I thought i saw on every solid object that he passes. been sunstruck or overheated seldom the stove are put in an old tin and Do not withhold commendation when : -
Then he and his cane become a nui from the effects of it, over them in an -
poured
been reared. empty' handed so thereat him flop." But going:;: home she sailto fully recovers cold water deserved. .

,*,** cto of Title and Real Estate Law flock of t't'p.sa WIH robbed cf her companion: "Say, you kno-v sance' People strike their feet against and sometimes it results speedily in hour you will have nice clean cinders Remove temptations, and act n if -
it. They run into it when he holds it is also susceptibleto burn clear and!good withoutthe ,
? "Urn. death. One mere that will
1tc1l&eta furnished showing every D ea.ludirment. their feathers, and plump bids:: were that fish that flopped so you find good principle. .
"D :d" ''lax sale. Attach- made, and a chest full of liner. and ""Well it was iny chatelaine watch; it horizontally and receive a punch in a second attack after having it disagreeable trouble of sifting expetd"o sight of the truth that : -
llleot1 K mattenr public record and tile! went the face or on a clean vest. It gets boo once. Attention to diet. the right ue them. ;
1tle or Heal Estate-In Bradford woolen sheets, spun and woven by her dropped in there lwrspanand:;: you are held a great measure morally -
ae.ntr .
,,
rids. twcen their legs and trips them It and little in -
1Ir to date or Abstract. and And when the mangot up. of cold drinks a prudence -
Nettio of
tho bottom. for thoso
own busy hands!', was given to responsible your
said delights the owner, and it bores every regard to the tirao of working will -A Boston woman imported quill .;
the girl :
that tho \er- through scolding
needful things, household. .
80 :nany at- twentyfivecents
did of tho community, which is alwaysgivttt "it'll como hack; it's got to. I suppose body else who comes near him. P r.Gaps generally prevent IlBADQUARTERS it would bo accurate to apiece years -
more ,
say '
KY't. FOR I shall ; '
it and
XtZ in such cases was: a fish will swallow that it delights the owner because i! -A Dahlonrga (Ga..} boy. in r.fl- discovered that a man in the same I to them a well D to your,equal (

e"C' ... .NO f The Ellis1 have given the girl a buy that same fish of the peddler. Oh. annoys and bores every body else.-' dition to attending school carrlst It I block furnished much better ones for a Ji JiI in eucation means and posioo- ,

good 'setting out.' it's yot to coma ba.z'-i'i'O::: \i deuce miles each .I COrier-ouna
7WeilUn, the Liverpool and London L'hicago: Journal. mail twenty c&y. nickel. .Louisvie C ;
,4A4 Globe Company.A Meanwhile: Angola had "fiuls cJ her (U. I.) Journal '





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;; BRJpRD.COtNTY: ) TELEGRAPH.PTTBL18HED 4*YUfaIf : CO'UNU #the_nice and sucrcessfully compete, .-..with. Till following One who testimonial Know is from a I I ,

other rioiida town? Are our citizens who Jm .W9 our formula ands .

I- will ReaeatffTrrrbu4r. and Eye17.. folly! persuaded that everythIng needful gentleman thoroughly mtLr< 'tuncd, with the curative : Special.It I
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[' WEEKLY 1T- frotfj fc*.|d work for .a-.- TRUBY STERNBU AND
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there be of our Tonc.:: The wayto CO
0 I bat been intended to that .caD properties
$ $,8DFOIDCOUITY.FLOR1DL. ; i
$1 i Well, 'Ihe food anise l is. progressing wTdoubt'of Uw fact that this- city will be know the merits is to try tbe aeticle. is with pleasure that we announce : ,

).i-Ior', ,..,0. ,, 4- I.:C.WJEBt, .I'' Last week w?published a: statement stt- Any practicing physician who desires the .
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'IL \ ." Editor and Publisher. selected as a desirable location? ,Do 'wenrcd Westmoreland'saJisaya that we ;
.' .l ting forth liial 220 shares in' the cannery formula of Dr.I to our many,patrons
Lf ; fIre? Do we need it from the Westmore .
.. ; '. I protection against Tonic may obtain --
have -
W '
sold.
j : .. :: SIJMCK1PTIOW '1.!O A TEAP.JhfcfMAccording alreadyjbeen Very little effort waterworks? These questions will be land Calishya Tonic Company Greenville. have (again) made arrangementswith It V
has been used to affect these sa'es' ; the C. This letter is from a malarial sec3" -
8.
; locations and
.i- asked seeking
by illustrated
8 to Actlof Coffreu in shares were taken without strangers that wide-awake,
pressing '
; ..1. iCJU/bU Office. &arke Fla., at &*,ond whatever any nve tr t'nts. 'If 'heyare-sati ed". that West Point. Miss.
.
.: .J vjitffy.. on our part, Ibis speaks exceed their property will not .destroyed, by Having shown me the formula for making farm magazine, the AMERICAN They want to sell you yonr Groceries, Provisions
,- icgly well fur the feasibility of the while Flow
r) ": r' : fire they will permanently locate. your Calisaya Tonic visiting I
; enterprise and the expected there- I take great FARMER published at Fort Wayne, and ]; :
,_ "t Fleming favorWasbington profit t e' your city the past summer I Corn, Oats: Hay ran.

4 -\J3oy.: from, the wore so.as.all Jhe ,shareholders_ Items of Interest pleasure in recommending it. I .am delighted V
he world's B t1t thenbe IS'' with it. httvinir given it in my Intl., and read by nearly 200,000
.for fajr. far Jient will establish
: BO are successful business -men who. The Mexican govern 8t1ccssrully. and to members of They want to sell you your Dry Goods and Notions.

: F1oiii& for Cblcago. during their residenee have had of 200 io a sickly part of practice
; ,Jal1.'oue. long here a colony negroes my own family suffering from malarial farmers, by which that great publication '
.
I good opportunities to see that fruits and the coast country as an experiment.The tox msa. Very truly; They want to sell you your Clothing and Furnishing. J
Goods
. k z ::1' Bradford county must be reprea- vegetables for cannine. evaporating. jelly Chicago workingmen held a big B. S. DCSCAN. M. D. will be mailed direct, FREE, .' .

t: '$ 4f'. ;; ted in the. Sub-Tropical at Jack- and wine can be produced in abundanceand meeting in that city and pledged 1000. For sale hy Rivers & Joiner.DRUG to the add rets of any of our sub- They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. o'V<<'I

e 'i: 'c onrille this fall, alsd(; nt the Semi- at a cost so low as to leave a broad 000 in support of tbe world's fair of 1892,

'. of to the And scribers who will come in and pay They want to sell Hoots; Shoes = nd
Tropic, at Ocala. Now is the time margin profit CAnners. as to be held_In that city._.. STORE you your > Itubbers ..
,
'. : ; k ': to begin to. save your ampeB. the Ibis whole secret of success bangs upon Electricity is now employed in India to up all arrearages on subscription They want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Build ;

; : ; circumstance we may expect to have prevent snakes from entering dwellings. V in* .

' TKLEOKAFH wilj' be thankful I the factory in working order by next Before all the doors and around the house and one year in advance from date, Material.They I


:zar, _for abort, ntwsy iemfrom every strawberry season. Iwo wires are laid, insulated from each and to any new subscriber who will want to sell you your Wagons, Buggies, Agricultural liD
The
to
state ever trumpetout
; press eager connected an induction appar.ttus. -
what and by
t pan of the county. Write up othi-r. Seeds and Fertilizers.
plements.
within fair state. has
our
any progress When a snake attempts lo enter pay one year in advance. This is a
I i going on and send i it in. Don'twait
been unanimous in of the
praise; enterpriseand circuit and is want to sell .Saddles
the house. he completes the They you your Harmand Whlpg
; for to do it. to" obtain first jaiact
your neighbor have urged their constituents-where grand opportunity a
killed by t the shock. they want to sell you (WeI')'* lung you niav need. -
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-sa-- it has not already been done-to follow inStarke's Civethenj V
The new railroad j is progressing wake on tbe path of The richest maiden in California is Miss class farm journal free. The a trial, and you will he convinced that they will save you money
prugress.Let
almost Jennie Flood. according to lIe. W orl<. .t Oil everything You buy rnd at the same time guarantee
nicety Iron is laid to Lake alone all tbe free advertising our town AMERICAN FARMER is a large 16- the qua. '
Few can tell with exactness what her J. L. GASKIN lity and quantity of (.ob.. .,
Butler from Take, 'City, Bradford thus receives is extremely gratifiing to
wealth amounts to. but it is at lells' $5.- of
natural circulation
.will become one of the foremost hear that not a single voice is raised page journal, .
000000. From one large building in San OR4IEU IN

I. counties in the state as soon as this agrinst the success of the undertaking; Francisco her income is $7,000 a month. Drugs & Medicine which ranks among tilt* leading agricultural -
editor seems lobe cobvinced that a
every TRUBY STEBNBeO &
colplete. I Were it not for the disastrous wheat Starke Fl; COMPANY
: ( the V
It
I cannery is a necessity, for every 'Florida speculations of the Nevada bank, of which pap( 'S. telt U ,

Supt. Hill is now upon his round I town; her father was president she would have Phy ;cians' Prescriptions question of economy in agricultureand
Taken altogether. doubt if other -
any
the schools. Mr. Hill is a ye from one to three millions more. But
4 mong I county in this state possesses so muny CarefullUozzpoundedat all /wim-dflv or the rights and privileges of that STARKE ; FLORIDA.
of the ft, "
capable and efficient officer. He though Miss Flood has more goods night niiK/
very advantages as Bradford! county. West _ -. --
t and is fearless in itseimention.v of this world In lier own right than Miss vast body of citizens-American --- '
; knows his duty Florida has on the average somewhat 0ST.A..RKEJ
; Tessie Fair, the l latter will! .eventually be U. D. MINER NioITT :
Some interesting school richer laud than we, but the climnte is a A. E.
the richer. She i*the. favorite child of I"ar.ners-w industry is the
will occasionally from little too cold both for orange trees anti -. j.. ,
..# news appear both father rmlnVrther who are Jiving
for The warmer basis of all "rial and national
slightly -
vegetables. mat
: hU pen in these columns.If early winters of South Florida allows the apart. Mrs. 3JWr, whose first name is : :: :: (('AL!. SnnET) FLORTDA.

horn by the daughter tas, it is supposed, : pI.ity. Its highest purpose is --n .
prO
the TELEGRAPH haJ a had effect growing of a few products which we cannoj '
f3.OCO.000 6r1'mort'-liurt for Miss To Patrons ;>ud the I 1 c.uld
way my general Public ss resp"ctfn.ly ,
raise profitably; but our better land the elevation and of annonncethat
the dedication of the M. E ennobling Ag-
on and'"tUmtfyaang from
and healthier climate more than make up Tessie nlone. lady I un still at ,my old( .dtr.ini, ready to serve my customers on abort

4 church at Lawtey, last week, we are for this drawback. In the counties with her father the ex-tit'dStatcs. senator, rieultnre through the higher and notice. As heretofore; I shall in iiie'futi; e u>e iy best endeavors: bra

but we can't help what we say may inherit 5,000,000 more.. .
otherwise meterologlcnl
orry, the isothermic and -
same broader education of men and women out goo.l WOI k at a fou- figtf I solicit ilie: atitniion of tioin! neeeTtlf"Waons
"elates will
5th elect
November ten
On
ometimes. If necessary to the pios- condition as ours Bradford! stands

perity of that church we will take on equal terms as far as productiveness of state officers. They are Iowa, Massachusetts WATCH MAKER engaged in its pursuits. The a.rrr..agest. \,

in edition. the soil is concerned, and first on the Mississippi, New Jersey, Ohio and -ANDSTA.P.KE-
, pleasure issuing a special regular subscription price of the :B'J-gLts.:
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health records. Virginia, which will choose governors irEV..1 r wu ,

The TXLEGBIPH is for temperance So far nature has been very lavish inheriffs1o and Maryland. New York and Nebraska FLA. i iLL, MERicAX FARMER is 1.00 pei -

We feel the truth of this which will elect minor state officers. New .
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first lut and all the time, but not us. '- ppcia'' attt"utioa1: to ,'p.Jair'Dg'atcbell ac..d
and having this fact l before our eyes we Turk will elect a legislature which will OOlookj and Jf welrv. 8 c., &' All %;ork doi-*" 'ea.. "iT COSTS YOU NOTHING Carts
in favor of losing the license of a at -rasonsble prc<, for cft'h. or any other styli- of
cannot help wondering why our county have to uauie a United States senator to
bar room and have liquor boldly sold SUBSCIUBRONE NOw 1 From any one number ideas can be
is not already brimfull with a prosperous succeed Mr. Eva its.

every day in our town. When people population. But the 'ime is soon coming A young lady in Chicago stood rn one $1 1 DOLLAR SI 1 worth thrice the subscription piic VEHICLES.Plows .

are educated up to enforcing a when our true status shall be known to of Ate principal streets the other day. and WILL PAY FOR THK

rl6cal option law, then we will favor the country at large ant when the realization is the young men were passing, threw to you or members of your ho toehold -

: it. of tins desideratum bUali begin to her arms around their necks and kissed Old. Reliable FloridianFOR I YKT YOU GET IT FREE. Call Harrows, Cultivators to orderV

arrive. them, and being rather pietty. the young A WHOLE Yc.\R.

Starke is to have a bank, a rice The happily-conceived idea ot raising men laised no obji-ction, but when she attempted and see sample: copy. And other I-Vrnsing Implements.

,- mill and a canning factory. How is strawberries for shipment was the nisi it on a rather elderly gentleman ENLARGED VcSES EHLAOGEDBEPLCTE i 'b f- e

that for the first installment? Let step in bringing cur county into promin he had her arresteu. The moral is that wira G tl REPAIRING of Vehicles, Ajriitirltnrnl i Implements, Took, .Machinery! ,

ence. Great good has resultwd fiom tlii young ladles with osculatory intentions Blight Bits. nf Xcws iinil Choice Kuuling Cubs, Pistols, etc., made neatly and NtiOit ly by t'Xl'l'flf'ncol

.,' us keep the ball rolling. Perhaps undertaking. both in giving a good living. should not kiss old men in public the old Mn'ter. NOTICE. Worlc.ncn. Onlv tl.e:. }best matt-; tals rsed.1IOBSH !
BY virtue of an order made by the Honorable
.... an ice factory or a strawberry box to those already here who entered inlo it. men don't like people to know that they Published! at Tallahassee Ffa William F. Sl.ilphuri. County Judge of Bradfor' r pV SHOEING; ; Scientific
according to
County. Statof Florida exemsinsr prr.hite c Principles
will It takes and seek gj
come next. by inducing immigration to our _
factory do such things.Thechiamber ,
EYEHY Tl g D.\Y. power dated September 24th. 18-. apjoir.t.ns; : VM'ORGANS'
.
S : work to build up a town, but it pays boundaries. The cannery will develop of commerce of PensacoU Advu'liMnc; rates on Hpj'Iic ti ion. Subscribe me. the real nndi-r-Jjined c;'lute situated commissioner in Mid county to.sell f Bradford certain ) -- --

,. ,'hRlthe strawberry begun. tuiv/.' N. Jl. HLMVEN belonging to the estate ot Sarah C. Lintr-n. ;" / : ( ,
.i; to do it. endorses Chicago as the place: for theworld's \ : J \ '
' the only way to draw immigration to Pulii! >in.-r nnsl Proprici; lnr. late of HilKborou 'County. Stat. of Flori'hi. II BAZAAR !
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fair. All Florida with the exception decnaSfrt. Now. by vir.ue of the authority v< st- ) I
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1, a locality with similar conditions to ours -- ed in tm>as such commissioner. I will sell in front I
: Would it not be a good idea fort I of one or two unimportant places is
r of the com t hou'-e door i-i the town hi starke in
the street committee to have hitching is to first provide a good living for those solid for Chicago and the great west is FOR SALE. the nid countv of Bradford on Monday the 4th P. O. BUILDING.
already here. It is a serious business to day of November A. D. la 9. between the legal
various solid for Florida, and we always stand I hour*of sile. at pubiie anctio. th. f ilo' inr
erected ,
; I I'" :t .. posts at places leave the old home and settle in a far-away land of the estate! of said rl (f't1f'ntF.V 'tt = I'
', '* A shed would by our friends. Forty! Acres of Land of NWJtf of Section 30. Tp 7 S Ransre 2-.J 1'_. containing -
over public and look before I
"jiIII town. country people are apt to
,
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forty le SaM lamls 1'01.1to D
F Whatever be the status of Harrison acres more or !! E A L E; 'J-l 8 I J1"
also be a good inventraent. Thecountry they leap. The intending emigrant will may pay tiobta. Torino cash. purohasrr paying for

.; people complain bitterly first convince himself thai be can do as and his cabinet one thing is certain war nearly all!! cleared and titles.Sept. 2"th. IPS'*. 7 Com.. B .RHODES.nissioner. SCHOOL EOOKNy STATIONARY; OF ALL KIMJS, AGENTS::

-* knife is between Mrs.
to the going on

: that there is no place to hitch a where well or he better is. be'ore in a certain he moves.new To locality simply as Harrison and Mrs. Blainc. Mrs. Blame fenced 100 Bearing Notice for Publication.LNt i 11l1tJ i 1n EtfiE.

horse to in Starke. snubbed} Mrs. Harrison before she was > OFFICE GArxERvrt.LE.: Fr.* I
priilsc one's land and climate to the blues October h.1-.9 I fN'one's LICRAinf,
Mrs. President and feminine Orange Trees 50 Bearing -- IOjc AND FINE CIGA1SSU1CR1PTJNS .
IL I
yet do nothing to reap the benefit of these now vengeance \* !wre.v given that tht> fnlicjsstt.g-! .
a' : -d s,ttl-rh-ts tiled notipa i-l his intention : _
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+.I'J In order to successfully maintain advantage but, to the contrary be willing! I is being dealt out freely in retuliaion. f ;iu..ke (;,.. i>r<,>o' it supyoitof tilt cs.in.! REC'KIVEI:
school I Pear Trees plenty aii-l thai -..ti.l pro-Vf will be.-rvi.l* beJrrRaster FOI4AN' PAPZR Oil MAGAZINE Ord.r
J city harmony must prevailamong to part with them "cheap" for cas'.i: is no and Rei-efver U. S. Land Office: at ( ai'sviilf, solicited j-ntl prompt ntteutioit gi'.tIi tin s.iiyc.MASTER'S .

the school patrons. And to way lo convince an intending emigrant or Suniiysldc---Ut&JD- :.. of other trees such as I Florida, on KCKMRER l:TH. 1SS", -- -- ----- -- -- --- "-j._ h_, _____, _-

: make all the patrons interested but a prospector of our resources. It smacks Times are getting lively here. rfe .T.lm IHnsca. Melros.-. Fla. II E. No. r.)8Sfnrth SALE. I t:
<* SW V S-"*' !Tp 8 S Kim, e V3 E. H"mimes Florida Trunk. Line.ILORIDAUKNTRAL
one high school should be supported. to him "something musty" und like the Toe school began last Monday with the Plum Persimmon Fig tiir f.iilo'A.iijrwitiu.-M.-e-; \I'ic.vrliwivnjtBUOiisrsi'er ( Under ant by virtue of a final ulecree b'uin I .
c
saw-dust swindle where a party offers to attendance of 2<> scholars. Good for Irun- >" upon and rnltirat'on ;f. o\id! l.-n'1. 'iz: out of the Circuit Court of the Fourth .mllci. 11 '
So long as there are two however Oorp-ChwMnut Sr..in'rl'tj I li-. lit, .11'. Pt-irr Circuit Hondn.i; i and ftr Bradford C fI *'.t.r. : 1
forward another $10 in counterfeit money nyside.We Peach Orange and Pear. Jlapan.JaiiienBwindal.bli of I.I''O! !c. Florida.Al.EIANDtR in Chancery sitting. in cause therein whervm
both should receive the share I.\ '". Nicholas D. Uapunian focoinplainactand I i & PENINSULAR
hare under P-pgbt"r.
I same from now building a new 1 R. 8.
$lawful money. If again he finds _ -_ H. \':>tm ant ..I.uy'IIn. ins \vife. are c'efe'ndants. :

4 of public money and no undue advantage he people improving their lands, raising by school D. L.house Phillips on an in acre N \V of corner land of donated SWJ The above is a number NOTICE( : OF In,} {;TX. highest. I wi'l aiid offer htst for bidder sale,fit in public front o of tcry the to I ourt the I! l Standard Formerly.Time the r. It. & It.Co.

'; be taken by ore over the crops and selling these products at home, ,if S\VJ Sec. 36. Tp. 7 S. K. 22 E.,-avery T') ALT. RINRrJVR.) I tl)'e FI.'etoiof theCount Home :Io..r. in the To e n Staike. in the CYiU I-I I 3 Uted.-JiUMTig,. 188 .
tv iforesiM on- Monday. "t'mtCt"410.A.D I JcOUTH H 1JIV'N.I It 1 I Ii 4&nlJ1lJ
? other. And generally acting in a way as if they desirable place. one piece of property, KNOW v of Yl":Bradford, That in piirsu.incu Mate i-f U-ri-la of an: order l-t9 fit o'clock.. xUiiiUrd tnnr. the foo\\'iIlK :: r. all.v } ernandiutiJmkeouville Ar 305p ft SO*
, The G. H. & F. railroad will be dewribcd) meal estate, the property of df'"e: :>U- 7G)114iaLv!
i .
intended to stay ai.d grow up with the soon mado !n open ne> io by the Board of CV.ur.fy : Ar lXp 810*
ant i ijins In beinfr in said and : .
completed by here. We art sure of a sin and will be sold Coma is-ioners of said County on the 7th day of .. County State I 6C3 | 11- r.Lr| Calaira ATAi 1t i) IS 40 Ai
-\ Now that the tourist season IK country then he is willing to cast bis lot tion hereSuch talk of truck farming on easy Ot.tllto..r. A. J). IShO. that tl'Ct"P; will be an Election anJ Ict'of.iiiirntnd thesi.utln\ei-t riesx-ribed q'l'irterand n- the Hutitkrnbt the foOuthwl'stquarter ijuur- !{!i ,5 T>P U"p.lv, Baldwin 1:4'p 6 CO*.
.
with held in said 'on ty on. the 151 hday 0' Soy- i ; P 1 17 Ar Lavrtey Jni-lI:5. 353&
them buy land spend for
upon us how would it do for the money never was h-ard before. ember to determine whether or not Spirituous. of the southeuht t'mrt.-r. Section t"en- 1. 055p 14.'pi'llp Ar Starke Ar II:-8& 3Oa
: improvement and then do his induce terms. Address this office ty-tvfo. Township seven. south of Range twenty 1oPp: .\r WaldoI1O.
part to There will be 100 set in berries Vinous or Malt Liquors hall be sold in slid :a 150.
city fathers to begin to clean acres 1 one east, containing eighty acre-. more or II-$. lI2Op :':? HawthorneOcaU
ided
c up a Oculv.as proi for in Chapter 3700, Laws of Ar Id 23 a iOOa.
his friends at his old home I II.W. EppEUfaos. PIAl"
: to come here next summer besides other truck. ri.-rida. Iron 4! Ar 9 07 pi''lili"CX

little. Why not have the streets and do likewise. If want good Ian you hid better for further pariicuSheriff's liven under mv hand asd eal of office at 1: Complainr.J. TJ.- rnjiZEE Solicitor.October Si'edal31".ter. SSOaC,0 4-'p.Ar WLdwood: Ar )1\ 920p>
you Starke. this the 9th day of October. A I).I .'!. i I 51')a 6 lOp() Ar Leeburg1Tavu.es ArL .;,5 n TsSj
cleaned of rubbish carts We must not bo understood come and buy at once while it is cheap. i 4th. I89.MAS1'EI'S>. > "
wagons, to mean [ Si\L: ] \V. T. w,tK9 a 6401' Ar -. 7 10 a 00j>

\ and other accumulations that have that a cannery, or a rice mill. or both. will Mr. Dixon bus the best sugar cane we lars. Get 11'Od. Clerk Circuit Court. SALE. 9 4. a 8 Srf}> Anrlando L* 5 4raj'J400p

have wen this year. We find cane in his 31 t t TAilPA DIV'51| |Ij
been allowed to stand all be the ultimn thule of nil our needs in that Under and by virtue of a final decree I v.iin 7' -
I nummer. patch with 22 matured joints, in spite of Sale. ? 0pS40a Lv Jacksonville A 610*
Notice.7HEREAS out IheCirouit! Court of the Fourth Judicial
dirl'Ction-tbal that is all wed all 0Oa Lv \VIIdwooa 846
we we F
i If the honorable council do not know it having been planted the second time Circuit of Florida in and for Bradford County I
Under aol l hv virttin of an ortf"r Ar Tanasoffkee 80Cp6X
should strive for. Certainly not. We this year. Who can l beat this on pine ",\ David L. Alvarez adm'nistrator' of in Chancery -itlln .fn cause therein, wherein 6 10
.
a Ar
Surtiterville
of these of Hale i siiitl out of the Coun'v! f the estate of M. F. Brown late ..f Bradford A 30 Vi
the editor Thomas i' t and !
things
AKnight
,t 4 fighting cannot gel too many factories nnd as time kind? Con it I in ai>.l fr Hi" ( .i"ty of IJrvJf'! ), County, Slate of Florida, deceased has filed in Liwior.: isdefeiuUnt. 1 comrloJ.ina for sale at Abram pul i. 7J3 8C5.1r a. Ar Catharine A IHop

;- and the printer's devil will be happy i asses we shall prepare the way for more There was preaching last Sunday by Sat" of K'oiMit. duto.l! OitolierOth.!) estate my office these a supge-therefore tion of the insolvency of said lic outcry to the highest and bet bidder in t post > 85-I a Ar )Dade acoochee City 515p( 'p
Rev. \\ m. .1". Alalpuurs. Brother Mal- l"S') in It nruter wli'-rfiu ('. .1. IJc.1"I"y l i ioc"OIIl'I'I claims are t.> "otify all personsIioIJinp of the Court lion'e door in the Town. oi'Srarl-e 110*,a Ar Plant City 400;'
F to point them out day to them and more home markets. But a ; asrain'-t s'irl estite. to file the in the Countj" afort-snid ilondav,Ivo'vember4th. .
any cannery, > unit: HIK! U.I A. F.U' amid! on I
the :
phurs was cal'ed to pastor here for m"'r same I in my office dimly authpnticateti.on or by A. D. 19 at 12 o'clock. Mandard tim". the I :J I li I I. CEDAR KEY>. t !*_ I i 4
or any of their representative. a rice mill or hot'i will form the nucleus ensuing year, which he accepted. Vw ecan't J. E. Kicri'Hr.-iiBdefoii-liiiH, r will sell the Second d ly of January A.It. ltO. on which following described property to-wit: Bc iiinin --iW: l4*>-.fl..v Jarksonvijjr 1fp 6103Wp
from which our future and new well do without flic Judge. a: |ii bHcnu'tir>'i, l 1'1 t froat t of th' ('tom rt day there will he made a pro distrii.'ition of I at the northwest eonerurthe northwest quarterof 8 00 a 240pLv| Waldo Ar Cl'
prosperity the} of said
lioose loor in trio T-.\vn uf HI'1' he, in oj-sets. estate. ainon the creditors of the northeast eyiarter Section five. Township 7 It)a 3iAr Gai-esvlll& Ar 9*J a 230 P
Let us have immigration. Good will spring dirtcily or indirectly. A Mr. N. J. Brinson is chosen as teacherof said rouuty of Br.1thfsrJ, between tae the AAn C. eveil. S of F.'.twenty two east, run south 10 45 a 4 121'|.\.1" Archer LT 85a 12 IS?
Witness baud"and
seal this
self-made the nyside school legal l :lonr! of IIlo.)1 my Miy 04th A. four bundled and twenty leet tbvnce east sixhnn.lred 4-)3l r BrousoaCedur Ar :44s ._ .
millionaire
said D IvK .
that his \
I citizens wanted. But let once 'f \! F. :\IALI'HtTlt nn I thcncendrth .. 7 00) U .. .
always us thirty leet. two huntl.tl r> r Key l.v 530
school than Monday time Zd dav of December A. D. [V.KALJ :
We want more money we County Judge.
I first thousand dollars were extremely hard 47-Sm and ten feet thence west four hund/ed and -il-I! I Ti( VVESTEKN PIV'N > 2 ( 10
have a cannery so that they may are getting I'ud we must have it. too. I8. twenty feet thencenorth two hundred avid ten
: to get. but that once acquired it helped We our taxes and we want the beno the same b'in.: a le ;ill s-\le day. th! following vSHERIFF'S eeL thence west two hundred a d ten feet t4'lace <>. 7'Op; 15 LT Jack:onville ArE :H5p 845?

have a market for their produce. him to get the next thousand easy enou1b.I fit from pay it. describe' woperty '."itil-it'-fl in SALE. lour aere of ueginning'. containing in all a little over I040PIt.36l1 80'PI8UIA.\r, Ar LakeDty?Id win Ar A' 3Xtp128p' l46p 2.s

I Neither Florida nor Starke wants One factory established here will soon I 1 We are proud to get the TELEGRAPH said County of UI'aflfonl aiVl ihMribodas Under and by virtue efadisli ess warrant J.G- I.VAnltz. p. a Ar Live Oak Ar 12 A.DL 955 I
1I follows A fprtiiin
I I I : sieain: s-i\v-mill I honed J. L. 140 a n.8a12t2p Ar MadisonMonticello Aril 28 a1005ft 8)J52SI a
FIU.ZEB.
out et the Circuit iitisten.
settlers who have no means of support. cause the building nf another and the every week. We couldn't possibly live I and machinery <''un
without it. 4. 12. 16.Lawtey I County, ]''lori';a. anti In mptlirlll'tt 2OpAp( Tallahassee Lv 90a 3&
II at I La: iii pton, ill thM ("nnnlyoflinwlfonl October 4th, 1L
rate w'ju-h these establishments
at I
The means can be providedby subsequent I' and S ate of Finrida, and a'i< d as Sheriff ot's-aid County :001lOal1t.1inJ SOda 3Op.r Quincy Lv SfOa 151'..
spring up will soon p..ss from ai- I me tf> rollet from the p'roTprtv NOTIUK FOR PUnl ICATIOX. 9 20 a.' 4 tJQ.L\--nivl"r Junctio. Lv 105 a 12 Oil$
establishing a for it Laterals.Lnwtey. 01 land ilexc'ilifcd as Ibli"wTwo and V--
cannery, of A. (i. C'nok.8t'vniJ
II. II. FIlsmi.- Tr.u.1R ,
No' J.'oi.S
J.X.7.8.10.U.\ : .H daily.
illimelirkl I Into geometrical progression. Fla., Ocf. 27. 1889. seven-lentIn.ros| IIH-P or less, in the time PUMi of KniirtPPn Hun LAMD OFFICE.AT OAEfEsvit.LE FLORIDA. > 4. 23.24. KG
i would be a home market that would < rod land Forty daily except Sunday; 3. daily except
soul Ii corner of il>at i portlo of 'bo NWiofNEJof September 21st. ISfW. { .
1 r "Nothln succeeds like success. Editor TELEGRAPH-Find enclosed 25 i Spciiiiii' 7 SIX an.l 22-100 Dollars 181,446.22)) in money is berebygtven that the following Monday.FERXASDIXA' _
\vnshrp south NOTICE
; disburse cash all the year around. W lick. work work to attain this end. .I of fllr tie' rent due from them to Mary settler has fild notice of his it.'" AND JAcKso1LWaR'cu.
cents for some copies hf the last edition llmpfft2ieiNtt; bein-> west Of t ilie Fltt- K. hodges for rent of the Worthirmton lion to make final proofin support of his rlai'm.1-GoingOllth.. Going nortl

The first chance for many years to advance of the TELEGRAPH. They sty. "She is rida retitr.I anI! IVninsiil.ir, rulio] ..inidfurther priiig" pMntation on the north H'-de of and that saLl proof wi'1 be made before \\. T. I-f No "1. No. 5. Xo. 6. o.WDally.
; As far as reported there is not a"dry" tlpsnihf'd J as -i-oruiufn"insr at the Week Clerk of Circuit Court at Srarke Florid I I'y t'.I 1. Pailr.P.31. Dally.
your own and youi town's (which i is irpiey. The corner stone of the Methodist point where the WP.SI I'ue: of the alive the >anti Fe river, in Bradford County, on OVKMBEE SEYJfiNTH. 18'9.viz: A :M. A.M. A.Xillon .
: in the state but what itself If Florida. I have levied upon the following JESSE 715 Fernarnllsa. !H'U 10:*
'i county your own) interest vn' nts now. church was not laid yesterday as advertised. railroad ritrbtofwav int.'r!p.'ls t dm wrstboundary Gl.OVKK.of Lake ierF.oii.la. i'llfti
!
O16
.1E'M'rihe.l in the n. K0.. 19-iK, for th. 7 IS Shops. 5285ffi ]
property possessionof k>X of SWX ami S>5 of
: complains bitterly of the inefficiency you are not ynurself able to take stock in The reasons given (a j ike. no er 1i,1 i qu:uifr.i I thence l1.rlherh' i he above-named A G. Co'>kt yf ,'jz.FOIII" : I SFii! Sec 24'[p 5 S o' Range 19 E. He names tb., :'I12l 14 Hurts Rnnil 9'
along said rij n' ('f "-iitit liundre bi 741 Kart gM
; way olio Road Junction SOi
;t 1 of the law to prevent the sale of the enterprise. perhaps you can induceFomebo,1.r doubt) was that it would nol do lo put
else. who is, lo do so. Do not iiil one single wnj;on. two two M. II Marker. M.
tIM loot edition of the Starke TELEGRAPH westerly 1 parallel tn section liii" oil J. B. Dowling.J. G. Johnson nn4
if liquor. Several counties give that north boundary (f said horse wagons and harness one biigiry John Croft alt of Lake luter.: : V loruia ;S.lvlt 8 33 Jacksonville Junction 4 14 9 'ii
this business two hun
I t as the reason for wait for others to navigate under the corner stone, so the ceremony dred and l sevelity-two feet quarter Uifnr-e south and name*, <>I1e horse 'al.t. one lot of ALEX. LY c". Register.Master's :!'.121 S 52 Wayeross' clic-n 45 **
going "wet" this ; .I2:3 8 4i Jacksonville 4 CO 9I9
but bear bund yourself. Larre farming implement --
,O- through a was postponed.One erly along wt'.t hruiitlui.v i>f said I quaiter consisting of plows. jI; M. .\. M_ P.M.I __A. 3f.
; lime. They has been gears, etc. one steam Siw-inill and all Sale. !
liquor sold small and
say wheels often turn upon pivots and three-tenlhs inches rain fell eight hundred iad iweniy-ciubt feel In I [I.I 7:1;am.Sew Orlcarr Esprt-is. snort' va
machinery atta hd
: All the time and the state and there i iil no man or woman of our readers place of beginning., incndiu! two ant col ton one .rrist mill, two By virtue of and in pursuance of an order lust |lfll1ick."t: line to Middle nni! \\,-t F1oridayoiflt.
county here yesterday the first that has fallen seven-tenths acres, more or less. same gins, one Cot toni pre.s, O-IP: lot of decri-e of the Hon.James M. Baker Judge of tine! ]j,PensMicolj, Mobilennd Ne* Orlcins. 7:1: a..r.an'l -.
lose their license money. There who is not able to do something toward for five weeks when we boLd four inches haying been levied on nurler attachment! lumber on haw-mill "ani. one lot of corn loiirth JutiicUl Circuit of Florida. in an.l for the I IUu.iuly { ':>P. m. trains connect fill !:h toTh";'-
h.- -600 bnshols more or less, one lot of of Bradford datwj Oetober22d. A. 1>. ;; asvilltMontzoir.ery,Nashville St. I-oui (it'-
For at institution
the good cause. particulars apply HI of nii. Terms
is no sine person in starke but what This last storm probably sets the pattern cash, purch..ser fodder-6,000 pounds mom orlesi. 18 9. in a matter wherein Lester Colvm i- coin-i j cinnati.('!-':froand all! points No it I. aid W iAITITH -'
this paying fortit'e one plainautaud James S. A. SIIGWdeD anti at S ft
office. lot of seed .Sinan f. p m. and 3 45 p m.
: : firmly believes that liquor is sold for the next six months which if it does T):o RY \V. KPPKrSOM. orlp 1 cotton. 2'I) head of bogs' more Suowcleu,hiwife, dtfen-lasits..I. the uiidt-r>;(fned. -I i4'i |' m Mail and Ejtprf-8 or lilt pt'Iil'tsSotlttII
1". 4'i hf ad of
will afford safe as to the Shorill" lirudJord C'ounlv F'a.' cattle more or I less, as Special Master appointed by Sa!! Court, fainesvill I)cu". Leesburp. Tavares.Aff>f f'
k here daily. _Whtt has ever been done An Important Question. guessing approach Novist, Ig1'). and will I I Thursday. t lie 7lli lay of NOT in pursuance of said decree will sell at pllbi! : II Orlando. I'3TiV%, 1kee(,t. 'hi!:.riD J. Dade City.
Now is an time to of cold waves. Resetting strawberries ember.. I). 1K> fell the suite a' pub- m.-tiou.in irout of the Court house il(or rntln* 1'lmtt.tv.rri"C at 15'pnj.
ji to suppress tbe sale| Indictments opportune commence and winter Ii. on (': !to the best hi.l.It'r for cash Town of Starke in the said County of Uraaion: 700 p m Loval, connect tKionsrh for''I plinllt
the consideration of planting gardens can Notice of Election. on between the legal hours of sale. )! tl:1.. the South. Tavar -
very serious how ibis "Iii, !ILuI.t t lese ;hn on o OcriU. Gainesriile I> t)IJnt.
found in the grand jury room ha.ebeen now Ixj don in good shape. Next year 1 Whereas the Board of PnWie liMtrrirrirm premises. \Vorthill at day of De-cmbtr. A/l 1$9. the-an e bet K a OrlarwJo. T.-.rsMin t-prirp-', SiM'iherlnnd, S4.Pre
ton
\ needed for Springs riantation
fi\y CMU secure public improve the of aforesaid.Vitiifss legal galo day the following described Lid being lCl'lb'Irand Tall.pa.rrhc- "t fi .lta n'. .
squelched by the court. The ments. If we expect to keep pace with the strawberry fields of Starke mini L"w- declared County a special Bradford cnool Staf l vub-diTrict of FloirU.of h-.v-.M \ ; mv Iiaud this 251!h dAY of the projiertv of the -aul James S. A.Snowdenand 11 1 43 a in 'unibt-rlatnl Roih..Ixpr.es.conneCm! ". | V
I vl"rIc'h I County th"'oliowirij t-rrll"rI..wif s. October A. D.PATENTS. Il"jot!. 5su an f. Snowi.ent his wile "f"ulJant31\11I1 tit Fern.-indin.i with stpllmH CIty of Brun"*ic'
lap other and be !
temperance people |ay they are I he of the It is tf'YIo.m solid : AI of 1 mbject to -uiu decree..itUdleot |
in
progress times absolutely St-ctio :8;EX of-e. 2i;; :X 0 \'J1 of l'XUYV.. P.npF.llft s and then let consulate. I Brailfurtl. auJ de.->cnbe us SectionHnd t lh. o'f", S7.lalfin : Cincinnati. :t.
,powerless to do it'the officers essential to in make Wfc c TownshipS hl'rilf B\I1or.1 C"lInl
MII thing some manner a display S Range 22 E. in !itt ( 'I -. half ol the southeast quarter of section Iwi,. end !! Chea>n>. Arrive I 50pm
: of KNICK.3tfr. it "onuty: Tlieivfore IWI tlllaa,!(.f m.rtrieajst quarter, anti tht- s. inth i\r 4 30 rn Fercandiiia >!.11 j and Expre'.s4a
; of the law do not do their public spirit and enterprise. It is Is ordered lhat ftn Elt-cli'ni will be held! anl 'I I west > p
: of ,
quarter northeast Frnd&I
notice is herbypivtn that ai. cVotimi quarter of -ct.ju 'esp: S lItI.y. "onnec.-tl. Tuesday "Ill
will
IK>
duty. What is to dont? Shall the belief of many that Florida is on tbe in StarkP. Jo otitlu," WEDNESDAY THE bel'l eleven ill), all in to .ns.hip seven i 111 evf nf an unprecedented advance in the I \ and Mrs. H. B. Frazee, of DAY OF SOVEMBER, A. D. 1581. for th.2CTH ,p"t.1 range nineteen ((10)) east, con'aining two hundred '1 I.tn'iIns; Thursday with Mallory stetmerSIfj
..we'go "dry" again ami let the violators : Jacksonville, are expected to arrive pos" of '!f'chlin whether the Mid *iib,dKtiictthall pur-i: Carets a: d Trade-Mniks obtiined. an,l all acres, more for Utlen.or I It SJ. Terms cash. l'untll..er I Ipuj j Ni-v.- York. Arrives "H> a in. Sunday CramsI
lag
development of the material interests of specially taseJto j letveJacksonville 845 a UI.
rni'-e funds inmm-s
!
. 1 Int tJu.tt".1
ever pi.dj co i
r JIODiR\TE:
FEII I
of the law ride roughshod overwet" in tbe city to-day. They will remain -j above the State an.1! County rax 'n iiK-rea-e ihVi our oi i isoppo.-ifcUni'p.l "Ii lilt: W.T. \\uu. | Tli fsturw service give fn-rfcct -nnl'Ctior'C
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the It tite vdt
people. is thought that there will! i school "n Oct.24th. A. D. 1359. Speeial .Vaster. |j! ItaM'.vln for all points Nor.h. Fast: anti West. |
pmlviitgar.l ; f.n.
on a visit of a week with i inportualtits] I" aiH "uli- : .V. o.iti soi'e p.ttt n.,1"1'l tim ,
theirsson
us? Or shall we and have 1 R> I\\ at Via Ca.b.br.n to ail \01 th aud \\"n t
points East
nlsn -
district or.d for
go hi: a I lirpt? inmigratiti to this state the the: purix'e o' iH-ti- I. f C'"t th. n thust' remote fr.ni Vai.nCti; I ;
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I the trafiic J. Fuizt-e and family. j three :chtlt I Truiees in un 1 'tH. "Iii.l..u;, m-t::IcU .ht mmdnI.J.). dr-s '-ir'? nr ii'inro. xvth: liquor conducted o"t'nl ruining \\inter and that the population! of at irtiieh i Elpcrion -.niy TJXX ppypipr-n rt--ii 01pe'sonal : tin \\-dv'SIf pa-i-ttb! -, .> i lot brunswick ft>r fcrun'-ivick. *jacoii.AUn'3r
or ; .
k1 and ,ur t '" Iud cities will l Ie in- pnerty[ within --aiil: >/Ui-trict wJ; be i teatjilfd il'Arr". Olirepo* (!'' till -.t.t L8O'not> fr> f I i \ poisons .Imlebt-d U tl e c-tate; of S.-.ruh an-1 fill! pmi-ts Not ta anti V.'tt.I .
according to JawTbell? twi, ns greatly Mrs. McCormick, of Gi1tievihie,1 to oc. I LI fl'.l'X. "U -w t p.. Ob-ain "rtNl' PotiJ-i tlnre.t '. eiL: COB.C forwaritu.l niilt.:) !'lil) Spei-Lit to nnet at F m \n'liia f.rBot .
l"\t"L Those cities and towns Th. Hxinl i.f '. hlic I ., i vth: l'at-n' :i rr.-ie-iat-! rt-ulc'jienc.: n it al pisonSi .MSrj! ; :: *it'u Rnm:wil'k. 0L'r.u.. Jacks 1-1'
nfft-rinsr ; aitual
mother of Miss stn-lu. "fiuTM ni CI-MH
of I
baH I j e i-oir-t'v
11t'l'
pars experimenteycopcner :iii Suphia McCoi inick, t for t'io! tv-n'.y of Bra.itoni. !' .r I >Wdfnt frl'(!. A-i lie yomr-tat', i vi uin.>against Mii'e-.CRtf w.i! |'..cut t..- It tl.u.' 1: i'.0. ljve Fl'I'IllllIdina 11 n.r'. Arrive F*!""
to "J'hcy lit. ii" st au net I vu fratuirs will Secure thercii'tL I of this citis an :1'i it. to her State of Flori !i. s. a.aliei-.ticat-.l wit liii, t.-e time ietinrr.t i.t )_\r, uiiuina AriiveJ.itk'rimVe: J2.-5 1:04'11.
many. qll'J'tion I or ihli iitice vr h te :
Attest: p. L. AIVVIHZ. plca.l In. !h.u "i tiiei' T.VMVTJ" A. O- MacDonneH.I ,
,i is: Will thy protir > U .i not ? uumU-r of mx-essious lo lln-ir daughter. She: will remain someday t J.I.. Hiii. Cliaiiui.u. I C. A. SNOW & CO., Va5..c L. i,;,.i ah, I lo. ft2xwel? !', u.l'. *. f.".
t""fu'lItj )J\. Is Sturkf prepared tr enterS longer. 'rt.tIry.wn. Opp. Patent Office c,1! Aciuiin ttrator. 1 ',..'/1 .l'Itr_
Washington.
D. Set1flt'r lt.h FtttnV .
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I BRADFORD COO TY TELEGRAPH.Starfce November the first. I Mrs.. Rawson and daughters' returned -J ""'A.N ATTEMPT AT AUSON.I _. ,KXTBACT9 PUO.tJ 1A XV. Til*' scHooL-, .

from HOl11 J1sllt..; X. Y wits '
The
regular of i
meeting the '
I -
city Th Little Doc saved the HOOM And
,, = I Mr. \ E. :
dads Davis. Mrs. R''Ionas -
is
next Thursday. Ferhap be Lire of the That Portion wliltU Rppll*. la Sub-
9iLI Ha.., NOT. 1 18s9.affairs. I a sister to the late Mrs. Davis. She(' Ocenpaut I .. Dl.Utet.aiid i.n-I.I Tax., .

.--. _.- --" -- I I. Cool nights! and warm .lays, that and her two daughters will T'snd One'd iy last week put of the fence Section 19. Thy (tin- Board ..Public
is what ripens the golden fruit. Instruction) *nM, tl'c..i'IUlon.. from
Local the winter with Mr. Davis and surrounding the grove of Rev. Dr. SI'. .
the .>- tin cIU"'f rniY1Dg-for"
I ) The "wet" or "dry" election cOlm.t'off Jackson. Thomas Hud purl of Mr. Rnss' niad Mi. '- division taxpayers lliprrof tflt" nvrtilent tub-dis-

For City Marshal.The l. on the 15th. How will you vote? The weather and the arenow Iles-s fences wre burned. Although there lricls. nIKUr'Q'f111 <>lic f'tlllsuJtratloD ofall -

friends rf Mr. D. L. Alvarez take I scenery wjw die ill Mr. Thouins field and It i i\ circunutniioc* ciuiM-ctril with the public ,

: I pleasure in prcfcniinsr him to the chilt'1I81 Florida i having some of its deHghtfnl alike lovely. Thedecidous tix-ts the general 1 belief lha; the fence caugli school itterrwi.ur.d adtitulMgenu* to all
of St rke for City Marshal and earnestly winter weather these days. in the low places have now draped concerned, ihrj Miill Rn and advertise
solicit their support. I themselves in crimson, yellow and fire from it. yet that is hanlh possible. thirty days preceding a d'i-y of election for

FRIENDS. Onion sets atTrnliy brown, which makes a pleasing contrast The viirli of an incendiary was nt hand. cIdr:2' the pnrp ?# of deciding \hrih r'either.or'

; Sternburg & Co. with the austere of the On last Friday niornhiigjust before day all of 1he'PT"pnselt liktrictshall! tsp c>
Sewing machines deaned and green ially taxed to riisr lund over aud above
repaired. :
AKI$6.J. Trunks values light Mr. Z. Boss who Imsia Mr. Thom-
saddles
Apply to J. D. Davis bridles, pines. the state and county rd: to iocmae the
at harness, etc., at J G Alvarez. as' house, was; awakc-.ed by'the loud school pritil-g'-s Knit epp.rtunflEL.Rtwhich [ -
of R. M.
store Alvarez. Mr. R. M. Alvarez has sold a half of his little and u.cePLteaI
barking dog a noice under election nly taspiui-rs
Arrived The finest cream cheese in townis interest in his business to Mr. Lid- the house. One aroused he Jumped and pcrsncal property) rhiil l r entitled)

.J. POWDER another car load of the popular"SWEET kept by Walter Wills.A den, who is well known in the city. up and mn out of the house when lie saw Tote. The IwIIot: shall .e a pi.ce of plain
_
.) white with the words rinted or
HOME] FLOUR." The new firm will be styled Alvarez paper
party of gent'emen from Green a person run from under the house through --Fo.- l tax."
p Pure.Tate written It specisi ur4
: upon
continue
Absolutely
& Lidden. will the ,'t
,h This flour IIUM: given peifect sati"fc- Cove Springs were in the citv this They the gate mount a horse und gallup! rapidly "Agmirnt a social hl!." If. up.n count- \

:/ This) powder IIrvrr nril'8. A m&rvf'1 of purity tion acd the sale of it have exceeded week. business at the same store, corner awuy. eelug Hint there WIlSIl" chanceto -. .t log the ballots, it jlmll be found thai a'majority
\II'holt.MlOmo.jfS More f'conolhica1 Call and \Valnut ell tt't& t-:3 of fhtse citizens wbowya4ax -
rrn"hl and kinds And ca not bp 1'01.1 int our greatest expectations. Try. If CHptun him Mr.( K".** turned to enter '
ordhary ulutitude! of loW t lt, larrel. I Hcihciyer & Richard. you are indebted to this office, on n'ltll1r l personal property Imvtj voted In ;
; tnp'LtiOfl( .with alum or Ut p1inhateJOWd'D. Sold a now is a good time to and ReV.. G. Paterson has accepted the house, when he imticcd a, brKk lire = favor of the sp.-cit l tn x. II shall be levied '. .
; come
". ,ort I 10 weight C&tl. ROYAL BJoJtJSQ POWDER Uo". 116 A line stock of candies and crackers settle. a call from the First Baptist churchof burning under t the house, which he im- and collected but the i.mount of levy .

:; 0aJl.. 'ew Yori. at Walter Wills. or Fernandiua. He will begin his medial:I}' proceeded So put out. Upon _._- aa------1iIII shall in no case cxcpul three milt on the

Powell M. D., The ceiehrated Capitol and Kentucky Mr. Geo. V. Ott and family, ofI..tey labois at that! place next sabbath. examination it showed that ? pile of fat I -- = dollar shell in any be one asssed yt-ar. by The the levy county derided, p. .

Jewel stoves arc sold exclusively were in the city Wednes Rev. Mr. Paterson has been' in the pine kindliug. newspapers sad other com.busiiWes rA :.1 upon sessor and c'illctc by the collvclor.of .

I JIYSICIA'J AXD SURGEON, by Truby, Sternbmg & Co. day. evangelistic work in this state for : was nicely piled under there und 1 .. -iI revenue of the comity anti paid by bint.to

A tine stuck of the II months and has been the trustees of the schrolll district hereinafter -'
I FLORIDA.IJEALER cabbage, applesonion If you see 9. blue cross on past tired. showing plainly that a delilienUc
ST.AH.KE your for
AIM
a provided for. Ti provide (
*, potatoes, etc., just receivedat paper it means that you are due us I very successful in converting, souls. plan was laid mid hd'ig carried! out *1) r i ii i the election by lj.Hot of three tll1Stees of

;:G. ALVAREZ, WalterJVVillk something. !i lIe only gives up his work now for bum the Uiildinjf! and its occupuits. T I the district who Mi.ll constitute a body

., We poMtivt'ly assert that we hav the sake of having his family with The newspapers were can-fully examined L-J : corporate. .who"e duty it shall be-o'receive .
IN EVERYTHING stock of than The mail trains are coming behind i him. anil l from and Iiirtrt the money assessed and
I a larger goods any 1 proved to he PouglikeepsieN. I
time It shows the 1
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again. busy teat collected as hereinbefore provided a a
t.vo business houses in the county.Truby on has arrived. 1i i Look out. for,the apron party tonight Y.. and -the kindling, identified as !;. -I _11' special tax. to be1 disourwd lain the dis- .

AN"D Sternburg & (.o. ) given by the Starke Literaryand the striie that wre' taken fr.nu a barrel a L ict where collected solely for school purposes

30 City Lots fur hale cheap Cotton is selling a shade lower Athletic Club. Each lady will little farther up the mad. The circum- -1 audi aa building school bonaev "

COTTON BUYER. Centrally located. Apply to N. J. this wek, but there is plenty of it wear an nnhemmed apron; each stances Were so co.-ely! connected; that L furnishing the same.. repairing he ;-' / __..
Jr and cleansing and. when i
necessary J'
OR UOOHS. Jonc.-, St arkl', Fin.Wo coming to market yet. apron to be hemmed by three een- pretty close circuruniantial evidence was -- ing any legitimate d- licit due the tC1'av' .
HOARD silk '. d
fine will
tlemen. A be
have now a supply of Her- Starke now has thiee first-class millinery cravat pointing to a certain boy about 12 years /.0- These trustrcs shall be required rI'
AKTED-A few Boardeis on presented the gentleman who does I .' bond in twice the amount inised.by the
old who. being with his
inuda onion seed. We purchase stores, all conducted by experienced confuintcd guilt-
asonahle terms, or will let Rooms, the nicest hemming. Sandwiches .. special tax. t. l be approved by the county
rd made and
confession has been
these seed direct from the Bermuda milliners. a forgiven .
e'nter-
board of public instruction before
; furnished. or unfurnUhed. and hot coffee for sale. Admission
d' ei her islands.: Full supply of I Iluist's garden by both Mr. Koss *ud Wr. Thomas. Th ing upon the discharge of their duties''
Call ou or address Several LeConte pear trees around 10 cents. The cravat is on exhibition I t tru Tlii-M under *ho .
insurance tw-9. shall
seeds on hand.: These seeds are company may rtol be so' easily > trusties '
; MRS. F. B. JONES, the city now have a second crop of at Morgan's Bazar. : direction of llh buurd of public instruc
; fresh grown this year.llotberger. satisfied ns they were.carrying a risk upon .
< STARKK, FLA. pears upon them. The box of Mr. N. J. Jones' delivery lion. supervise 3Ch school in their dU- '
J I tfcRiclmrd. the)tmUding Hud .trees-;' -di.itely ur- trct and sio- that the teachers perform

For Sale. \Vt have accepted the agency for Messrs. Knight fc Alvarez keep wagon ia entirely worn out rounding. There was'nnother boy knowing --- tin ir wi>rk promptly and energetically. .

Williams & Clark's high grade fertilizers. four gins busy all the time and i in the service, and had to retire thta the arl'l\ngemenLI hut: :.jvas not in HI-) and that Hit; work. dicipline anti morale

N Starke, These turn out about 7 bales of lint a day. i week withont pension. As the newbody way ctlDnl'ctec1vitb,jibe.'attcinja to burn : of the school is slIlio.flMtury. and repor'to
( not ,
l\ are an experiment
Two-acre Oran e Grove, goo i is drawntnrnnoh the streetsat. the \Word < CA.NS and PEACH TUEES. GOOD but are used exteuiFi%ely at Items from all parts of the county the house We f.Hre.j qtieHted ,in wilhlio'd .rII iv ulir monthly meelin '. The election
PJ lightning it dazzles the
8TR&WIIEISRY LAND. Mandarin, the pioneer strawberry are solicited. Call in when you are speed, the names, ou account. of the high stand ... o of said trustees shrill Iw biennial beginning -

U. I). MINER.STAKKE.. section of the :tatl'. Strawberry in town and give us all the news. eves of all beholders, so we suggest ing" of and respect for the boy's mother I from th'Mlnlir of the first election.
:Iiquireof that it be repainted with a less glaring All Ir.ciTj-orntrn ciiiei null towns may
will find it advantageous to and friends, who are now in he north
Oc 118m FLORIDA. growers A piity at the Kentucky House color-that i is all but the hind- II uvuil IIItm tvs IIf the benefits and privileges -
them. Heiberger & Richard and this have consented do. If.
to
wo
use : of llus law under the sum -
much which i is -I r requirements
in
1 1'or Sale. Wednesday flight was enjoyed gate, already painted a
Latest style hats at folks.Don't however there are any further development as rural rfhuicts!i in the counties
the
00,000 Newnati Seedling Straw- Tru ,y. Sternburg & Co. by young lovely Crosby l.ikegrecn. in the future, we are not Lou.d to but in no cnfe Mmll nay pupil be refusedthe
write let Mr. N. Wainright, while hunting btr.i-rit nfeuch public school because
Plants for sale. Strong on plain paper. withhold
be ry TO OUR PATRONS any numer. Is tIle
their
:
or no tax
only parents guardians paid ;
trial lot. of loiter hogs near his home some 8 miles
will be ready about the midofJuly. us print you a '
plants We will pry as much for produce south married.At Provided 1 hit in the event of the vote
die Apply toG and soil goods cheaper than heads. We guarantee satisfaction. of Starke: was thrown from the residence the bride's father being ajjainst a "tfpcci.il lax;" that any
any his horse and broke his right hip. di liui for tax"
W.
Jennings, tJiis'Tovn : voting a "special may
house in the county.Truby Firewood! are again adorning Mr. James Cason, on New Hiver. Rev. House in
leiud
LAWTEY FI.OI D\. Wainright has been a cripplefor collect us provided in this act
F. It. Morgan, M'.MIKB. FLA. Sternburg &; Co. our streets. This shows that the with trouble N. $. Wainright officiating: Mr. Joseph
or. a a
great -
years
ilSif For house t'uruUliing goods to winter fireplaces are coming into many G. Crews In Miss Mnltie M. Cason all of A liale old 11150. Mr. J"s, Wilson. of
go in his left hip;and nowthe other Aliens Springs. III.. who is over 6U
Truby, Sternburg & Co. u P, i is broken. When thrown Bradford county. The happy pair. likr selling years .
-:1 FORSALE. one he of xg'-, s ys: "I hitvu in my time tried a

For fine clothing go to If the district votes for a special fell in the midst of a hunch of hogs sensible people, have gone immediately great inm.y medicines some of excellent

City of Starke, Bradford County. Truby, bternburg & Co. school tax there is no provision for that were very angrY'1It i is a great to housekeeping in a ct.zy home already quality. hUt never before did I flail any
that vvouM do nil that is
ro completely
Florida! Apples, cabbage I .'ris.li potatoes the collection of that tax until an wonder the hogs did not attack him.A prepared by the thoughtful groom. Joe claimed for it H* ClwmbeiIain's Colic.
A GOOD ORANGE{ GROVE, is a boy of boys clever and polite, strictly
and onions, boneless ham, mackerel other year. very small sum added to-yonr ", Choi en Iud Diarrhoea Remedy- It is truly
OF 1260 TREES n nu.nlwrof PEACH temperate and steady and always attentive wonderful medicine." J'oraale by
cxl fish dried go'd-mfda! chool will
:: apples CommercialHotel tax not amount to nearas
the
r TREES. GUAl'E VINES. PLUM and The social hop at to business. Although he is yet in his : -I RlYEUa & JOI ELI
at Heiberger & Richard's.Our much to the cost of educating
as
and other Fruits co.xlHoijso syrup you -
,
PE1HTREES ; a last Friday night was very was through -
teens, he has l Iy strict adherence to business passing Morgan county ,
awl otlar buildings, all in good stock ot groceries is always much enjoyed by those young peo your children in a private Q : c of this Btute. says Mr. H. G. Lester of

repair. The land i* wi-il I cultivated; the complete. Truby, Sternburg & Co. who school.Suppose p yon do have to pay made a nice little start for himself 1-1 V c Martha, Kentucky, whi n I was taken
t grovjc is lately let to strawberries. On pie were present. to educate some poor man's (hildnn in life. The TELEGRAPH joins with their L. with a running off of the bowels and
cojunt of other business will sell this JOO POUNDSline : = cramping ot"the stomach. I stopped at"
. the 'ount'ommif9ion- friend in extending its best wishes
Monday: ( many
-it does much
.
property.. For paiiiouliirs address LockBox candy from 20 cents to $1 per not cost you so even I Mr. U. M. liutchinaon's, at Elk Lick,
120.aiiglStf. pound justrecci\ed by U alter Wills ers, the school board and the road then as to pay for private tuition of for the future prosperity and happiness 1-3 GOI who had Chamberlain's Colic Choler* .
Starke, Florida. } commissioners will hold forth at the own. of the new made pair. and Diarihoja Kemedy and fixed ma.a .. -
1t. __ Important to firin: (':.-We j're house. your > dose It relieved me in two mimifes, f
: ., ACHING now ready to gin your cotton. court A practice that is more honored Last Week diilne In Judge Malphur I Every family should have thU reined '' '-

A Teeth Trilby, Sternburg &; Co. The rice mill i i" now a sure thine.Mcssis. in the breach than in the observanceis *> Court, CD in their home. For.ile by '' _
Levi! Hlackburr with r"
; filled and Te- ? chaiged an assault KIVKBS t JOIJ.EB.Mr. & -
f Peek & Fewkes staLe positively i the burning of hpaps of rubbish in
served without A car load ot new Hour just in at with intent to murder, was lodged E. P. Lovej<>y, a large dealer In "

deitriiwtion of nerve*. J. G. AI v a rez. that they will guarantee to thickly populated parts of the town. in the county Jail in default of a $500 bj I-d : general merchanuise at Wabusk .Nev.,
.
clean 100 bushels or over a day. It is a cheap way of getting rid of c.t Hays: "1 have tried St. Patrick's Pills -
Abcessed New buckwheit Graham, and rye garbage, it is true but on its bond to await the next term of circuit aud can truly sa> that they ae the_best I ....M
, Teeth flour at Truby, Sternburg & Co. Why i isn't Crawfordvilli called heavenward the incense; from way court. > .t have ever taken or known to be nse .!_, (
tuccexsiuilytieaced. Walkerville? EVPl''hodthcle i is rotten J' A pleasant physic for disorders 'ot '
Remember can i buy tlu be.ibutter Morgan Ycwals charged with assault _
you wood, old shoes and rags, dead rat, liver they will always give perfect eat1afso'Uon. -
PIVOT rEF1'I I ndjustefl *m an arts'ic! and cheese at .1. G. Alvarez. T amed :11k'r-at least it seems so and what. not, goes fn through second aud battery. Jury trial. Found guilty UlUl : : c ., KiV R3 fc Joun:. \ .f'

and aervlt'oable nmiuicr.WH. Furniture from the advertisements in the Wa- and sentenced to 60 days in the 03J
Furniture-Furniture i story windows and is not regarded county 1-3 rn The Teachers Association. '.

M. At .1. (T. Alvarez. kulla 'runes.'l'he *'a sweet smell in the nose" jail and costs of the court. .r I Btarke FIa..OcL 29. 1889.

DEHART, The most attractive stock of drj editor of thp Wakulla Times by those who must breathe it until S. C. Stoughton, carrying concealed fU.r Editor TELEGRAPH some of the

" DENTIST 2. SPRUCE ST.,-. STARKE. goods at .1. G. Alvarez. i il exceedingly thankful to the ladies they get a headache. weapons. Placed under $50 bond to appear IQ 0 : = readers of your paper am in favor of a

lIthe mo>t I\l'pw\'e.l| styles of I'L\TK Job lut of llo>iery at hen the give; him spare-ribs, pigs' 'Anxious Inquirer" writes: "Ona at the next term of circuit court. teachers' association it may please themto

WonK, includinir "PIIKK: PARA iui'iidndtrnng < CM.' ." |Ii| Truby, Sternburg and 1 Co. feet and sausage meat, hut he does recent cold morning I noticed how Al Joiner, shooting on public highway. o : read the following on that subject.'j
Broken! and( c.r..Ip.l PLATES
; nnd smooth as when lirNi nuidt- SHOES are alwaysuld cheap at not want their tongue.A much warmer it was in the sun thanin Jury trial. Acquitted.Al i-a. : _- I In many counties in this s ate teachers'

Pain *i Tiuby, Sternburg & Co. bank: is now almo a certaintyfor the shade and bgan to wonder Joiner, carrying concealed weapons. associations have been organized. These
Teeth Extracted without or
. how dollars' worth of fuel the Placed under $60 bond lo appear at next have been beneficial to :
Danger. We defy any business house to Starke. Mr. J. M. Seidle, who many 4&2 : organizations very -

Terms CASt show a better stock of goods and was in the city a few weeks ago sun saves us in a year. Please inform circuit court. 0 f fI inexperienced teachers. Some boards require j

L offer them at as lou- prices as we do. writes that he will be hero m two me." The term "fuel"! is too John Johnson, same offence and same : ClD teachers to meet but leave it to '

: ORANGE COLLEtiK) Truby, Sternburg & Co. weeks to open a bank. f'nel'a1.Ye can figure it out in bond. c their option;others use compulsory means. i -

IIoeatedat two minutes if you state what kind d : 1 think mild compulsion is best of all. '
, GFNTLEMEN-on't buy your The golden bill* on the orange A Visit to the Sinkhole.
' STARKE. FLORIDA of fuel-hard or soft wood, seasoned Editor TELKGRAPH will kindly One may think it would be wrong to use f
: ;
hats shoes
clothing or furnishing and you
tree are getting; more moreconspicuous. :
and or green; sawdust, train oil; coal, K1 the attendance of the _. L
allow in compulsion as
until stock and : will me space your valuable paper 1
Becios a nine months' sesMon on Sept. :2<1. 1S89. goods you see our Soon onr town rnGEO.
" with: prices. Truby Sternburg & Co. look it inhabited hard, soft or charcoal; buffalo chips; will give you a few dots about our visit to trttchurs la generally attended with some ".
though was bypawnbrokers.
as :
MATHEMATICAL ; :
' ABCIENTIFIC. MTJSUJVL. stalks turf --I
corn, corn dry sheep'scarcases r '.
10 AND PRAC1IOAL COURSE. Of S1'RAV HERR V GRO\\'E INATTENTION the Sink, the wonder and admiration of expense t) ttem. Very true; but the
1. INSTRUCTION.TrtnospEa Just received gas. Also state if you in- the citizens of Bradford county. Leaving : board is not compelled to contract wi'h
: MotTH:-Primary $1 51 Intermediate. one A of ten from Shelby N. elude with "us' the Esquimos and '
.2.0 Hijher. SJ: C''). Instrumeutal Music, car load: each of dark: and bright party titarku last Sunday moraine and taking in ,. inexperienced teachers. There is not a

: $3.00.1 Ubeof laKtruincnt 51W). cotton-seed meal, W 1 cox: & Kibbs' (1\, arrived in the city Wednesday, the Arabs. the thriving town of Hampton where we county in the state in which the Umrd has _
PRICE TERM "
, or ."iye Months to CoiiuU-Pupils. Begins Oct. Truck Farmers' Special, Wilcox & stopping at the Kentucky House. : Learning to be a printer.-Editor collected the rest of the party. we proceeded a plan by which the true ability of a !

1st.Good'Board. at S3 00 per week. Gibbs' excellent Georgia Standard They will locate near Starke. to devil (who is washing the office by the way of Lake Navarre due west ,, ____ ____u_ __ __ __ teacher :U found by examination.

. The, Principal will take as ray (or school expenses -I and Armour's Pulverized BOlle11, Morgan nro new brick building towel with lye and pumice Hone): about 8 or 10 miles and arrived at the i ', Alacluia tried to secure progressive .
FArm Prottxice and Stock. Ind will give "
"Does it show white ? "A little
I. VN7 low rate for all f lasn in advance.FACIK.TT of which will be sold at manufacluier is rapidly nearing completion. The yet Sink about 11 o'clock. After partaking teachers: by means of a rigid examination. -

,; la the Higher:-O.Department.P. Yocso, Principal Miss ELLEN and teacher DAVIS prices, freight added. 1,0"t office will occupy one corner, "\\, sir. By to-morrow night-" of a good dinner we began a tour of in- About two-thirds failed. She probably 1 -j
el1 it for
J temch io the Intermediate Departm nt. Mr& Truby, S'.ernbur j & Cc. and Tate Powell will have an officein you may quit to-day sprctionAlthough we had been told a secured competent teachers by that plan. -
p D. i. TnxiBMAN,teacher in the Primary Department and finish with winding our Waterbnry. -
.. and in Music. All teachers are G du&tC's.ATTEN"TION'"I The best sbocs for the h'a"t money another. up great dl'alllhout I hr place we were cer- as far as learning cues but -he is not certain -
It's half hour till I
yet an
for the P. PLANT'S whether he hits practical ones or
at J. G. Alvarez. Strawberries can stand a greater knocking-off time, and you can do it tainly not prepared grandeur of -
first the that met our view. We would not. The teacher whu-"il$ to answer the -'
be than
Our line of jerseys cannot excelled drouth was at supposed.Five if work fast. By the borrow scenery
you way
: Strawberry Growers. as regards quality and pricf.Truby weeks passed; without a drop 'I a hoe and bring with you in the advice lovers of picturesque scenery to legal per rent. i U not always unskillfuL

Sternburg & Co. of'run and even newly i.et plants morning; we want you to plant some visit the Sink by all means. After view lie wh. answer a hundred per Ctrnt I Is -.

The Celebrated Look at the bargains we are offer lived through it. turnip seed when you get through ing the immense well and discussing the not always skilltul. .
.W'1LOOX&GIEES 1 of the IfIir board di no' he ir the oral explanation 4
time probable cause phenomenon we
ing for a short only! : Business is not dull at Starke. with the toweL"From

t Truck! Farmers Special Guano A"gentleman's $5 hand-sewed shoe Every day the streets are lined with the Wayback County Rearguard visited the sabb.\th school held every Sun- of the applicant no tin branches : --

for $3.5O teams bringing : cotton to market. : "Old man Matt Stebbins day at the Sparkman school house which i tanzlit. they dn not know whither they .. .
L U the only genuine and reliableSTRAWBERRY Sweet Home contrattiag with a Hkilifu! -uicr or --
$.1.00" 3.00 Our merchants are alive now and came up from Coonstown the other under the careful management of N. C. are
:. FERTILIZERn $J.50" 2.7."iThis Petit is in a very flourishing condition. the revere N-m- Hr.irifnr-5. like her
tho arc doing their full share'of busi d.iy and paid us for his subscription.
L market. 1Il"C.I. h'lI'h'r-! I-
: is a bona fide offer. lIe is considered quite a weather- We passed through some as fine farming' siI'eT co'Ini' : .
:, Orders filled dlrcrt from the Factory & Co. lands and as there is in the I ihinl.: Ihfir e tt-il'JBjn: i JI possible
TruLy, Sternburg ness.The witch and the orange groves
says temperance people -
:: er growers supplied American gin J. T. Fewkes, county. and Uiiuk it probable that the b..trIgircit
Com ami !lames Tiimmed 1. down there bother him
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TRUBY. .Vi'ERNBURO & CO., see patentee, will gin :3 hales of cotton welluigh It has been said that there had never and leading instruct- .
8TARKE, FLA., at manufacturerscts and untrimmed hats. from until o'clock unto death by wanting to know! if been but one man capable of throwing (consideration! IP.
: t p fright added, J Alvarez. a day daylight ) the weather will be cold enough by anything across that immense well, but 01 stake 1 greater interest in it.
.: The WILCOX t OIBI5.S Guano Cn.' p. m This is actual work done eV'1 election: for o His; Mr. W. F. Hall certainly did throw shell Sweet HomeSWEET .'MUEI> H. HBNDI.KT. \
day hog killing.
> j. 148 Buy Street, Savannah, Ga. Florida-grown seed! rye at I cry day at Truhy, Steinburg & Co.'s rocks across it that daThe Sinkholeis : IlnI.rke <:.,1! vhuo4. '. ,1
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solid for .:
I" but the
Truby Sternburg & Co. I [precinct liquor, ,
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the foreman. bottomless about '
house so I immense pit 200 .
gin says an
; RIVERS ladies The Hope. :
& JOINER the 10y&ld'l
havingstudied
; temperance round with smooth ,
Georgia lust-proof seed oats at yards across perfectly oiIincurs"'e' of blood .t
Many canes poison :
r-UEALEHS. Truby, Sicrnburg & Co. The New River Baptist association men from a distance know that .their sides nnd over 100 feet to the water. It .catarrh MI scrofula and rh.um U.".Have beQcued ;
Sard church nature resembles the in is surrounded by beautiful shade !r'-et .
\ Shoes their will meet at near pig' many by B- B. B. Buanic blooj Balm). made
Orange growers can get sup- waat lea"t in the love We returned about 3 o'clork! by way ot .
} Worthington Springs on Thursday, way they by that Blood Bairn C'u. Atlanta. CU. Write to
of crates etc. atTrnliy the 'nnnl which bus been cut by Me' qr!. .
Hats, plies wraps, Nov. 7th, Wm. F. Malphurs, moderator their oellies, have no fear hut that a liiem Look fH*J with conTlnclrs proof. 1
& Co. Gardiner & P.ce to reclaim lands around .*'
Sternburg of O.". B. Ruler,Ui:1: ;seven mi>. from Ather. '
continue four headeh.ese
S Cloth in : Meeting to plate kitterlings or Luke Navarre. Thanks to this Cann! c"Ter.il .
g "" have on hand th'efest assortment .!.O,. "die: "For 5f'\er.!year. 1.IJ1fflJ'l'tl ,
-and- I day at the polls will change the convictions hundred nrres 01 ph nvir-c! l nd are }
ulcers which doctors treated and 1prjuoiincid
with ruriilnj
E of furniture in town at the and resolutions of \oter." now rp dy for t ii'!!!1"Li't'!i rii.he !Ic'!
any incurable. A single bottle of B. B.fl.ciIdncM3re .
Gents' Stnrkf l r-otels and boarding houses
Furnishing Goods. lowest prices. Give us a call before I RedriNh i plantation rJjout Min-s., ti.cn. '
good than ail the doctors. I
j nv prepared to accommodate a great BARGAINS by way of LlaUptoi. re)c' c-l h"'r.ie in HOME
L DRY GOODS purchasing. | this winter. Boird i is good spirits gre.iJlr! ?-iitf,- & NOTIONS. Truby, Steriiburg & Co. many' guests Witkovskt will sell for the next trip. VYnunu (;RACKCB. 'I 1). C. KInard Son. walga.: O..writes:

: A large stock-of furniture at cheap in Starke. and as soon as this thirty days: 1 .'TVeiri'tuced Ii neijchb to> trj- B B. B fares- >'s,-

the lIning just received a large stork: of J G Alvarez. fact i is found out more tourists will J.atl''t'fit\13 f ancnre 8 Flannels -1I I, Deafness Can't be Cured wrrh.which: he thought frctiriie.aa it had re- *

. borc Roods, we arc prcp-in-d tr> !lI'! stop here. worth oO cts, at 40 cts. by local application! a! they cannot reach f''fall treatment. delighted him.sod conli ..
ply Tour wants. Give u* a mil and i 11II For trunks, satchels and valisesgo There .ni K ita-use he Was ctired sound*nJ well.** ,

I pet our roods before buying e! *'lurc. to Truly, Slernburg_& Co.I I PAY UP -All persons indebted Ilrarnl.t Tricots in new brown, gray, black, oiily the diseased one way portion t', cure of deafness the ear. and that is : K.:. Lawson.East Point Ga.,writ .: "Jfj .'t
olive, green, electric blue, t wife had scri>ful% 13 yean She kept crowing ":'
- ; RIVERS &; JOINER, again'a attention to stock i to the firm of R.1. Alvarez: are requested i is by constitutional remt-dics. Deafness "'
my I worth 60 i-ts, at 4R (''to worse. She'*thr hair and her skin broke out
: I infl.tmed condition fo the
l aU23 forward and make i is caiwd by an 11
STARKE FLA. of millinery, something new being to rome FLOP frnrfullr. Debility emaciation ant ,
Cloth .ppeltfollowed.
. II Imported I If.! nl'it'tta, ivorth mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube. no "
received almost immediate settlements, or the ac- ; Alter ami adrerti.se > ;
NEWSPAPERS daily.: $1.40 at $1.00. When this tube gets infl.imed: you have H physiciaiiS i ufnmvttf
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FREE. J 4 G: Al ';''.. I comifs will be placed: in the hands Plain Cashmere in brown 'I I rumbling sound or imperfection hearing, hi'r recovery>] me-tinim.B vas rapid f.ii e1 and_ I tnrJ compltI 3. .S." B... and -

$eDd r' of an attorney for collection. I and when it i is entirely clo!d. DeAfncftx 4U't'.r oor. Baltimore.. wr.tf: 1 jf-- -
I 'o wn name and address and Another car of Wilcox & G1hhA'strawberry and worth 20 els. .it 14 B. B.
garnet
thOlle or Ii t 10 of It M ALVAREZ. gray is the result and unless! the infiumation I| r.-rf'li from w *ttk back and rheunat m
friends and noighlwrs I
n. your fertilizer just received at {B. has pr>r o t->be the only medicine thai i ray. : ,
ollial of the cents. be taken out and this lulu res'orcd .
.tl\'rwI8"! aud a co.y can received al merelie ."
Just 4t
. e&ch..tdr S1V."l'ARVf,*'I' Kry : JWS'ilIbe8 lit to Truby, Sternburg & Co. Now ye little Pigge sitteth in'e Ladies' Stockinette; walking jackets I to Its normal condition I hearing will be : ( !

: Shoes in ( .llesvirkt';, clothing, i, jamb: of ye Fence of ye sweete potato worth $6.00, at 4.25. destroyed forever; nine case out of ten i i. .FOR THE 1Wari&BLOOD Indtjprtlnn and
THE catarrh which i is r.othtn ;
WEEKLY HEWS I are ciusrd by ,
hat and-well, the public are ivqiKMcd and wondereth if lIe J/ ,lil'- .'t' >ejs, the latest styles 1UUoUSI1e11.take
patcbe of the
. 1'aEhpIn.i but an imJi ttnrd condition mucus t BROWN'S tR01l'Dn-x.lliKL _
. for Cuunry UC'nder'l.aud anIIy It Is'the'''KSS to speak with "Joe" ato nust. slav His patience until ye e<- at 75 'I is on the dollar. !! S'lrf-icc" W i. wi101. Hur.dre-l 1m Js It cures quickly. For sale by all dealers Inaedtcine. 'f'

. 1&'Wl'ftlv 11'P1e"dlll.r pUh\l.I1f'lj in the south 16 largo i :"e<. .i I the remainder of Mock. Space \\ill cub-nts are Pag by ye I Husbandman: 'lli;. 1i1H.? fl.ick Millinery: and Dollars for any -a"i- of i-fntss. (caused JONES$ i l the EenWne.I -

Ifyou haeteyt.r goth"n Nt'\'n up a ;and"11\ of carefully It II'l1d l for ertitrf.one j I not penult of Mich an extended enumeration. j or if He shall 'S'lw' His way throng! Dry floods ever shown in this county by ralurrh ) that we cannot cure by I IYOURBACKACLU3 for nothing .
&lid H.i'.i's! Cuic. Send fop / tend
taking Catarrh all really( .
.7011 you ever wm l'ea.L prOlJOnnl Add it the Ll! get IzcWpaptr : J G Alvarez. : ye Fence at onre and add fat streaks for the next au II days at thrcefonuhs circulars free. I t Or you are ull worn fenerai out rteblity. Try ..c

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1- :JJrll - I I rtonced a wicked tatlsf action Jn"th PITH AND POINT. ..Mrs.-MacTarlab-"Then yell he -DID 700 TeId"bw in tbla o ppr Dr. Morse's
; f jreg- two, last week by manager J
., r l\l\\ \ ttIJ\1I1 ii|clarity with which her .a.my1wt&h the IUC ter&t3re r rrmi' -' doon tae see us on the- SawbethP" Mr.MacTartan HsroT4 qf Pah, St. Louis, about Sbllauberger's -

i' 1PubIt4ed I.. )blonde mustache onndlilmself oompeled ration Dor though they were buried'in I -You may get tired of trvelnl In -& wulU Tm spared" Antidote for Malarial No OM cm

: ....t-t. Every Rr>idav.. ;to hand his opponent a small sum of eorafcareat& the bottom t.the ocean. I the'same rut. but >ou will mis many. Oh,. aye; gin ye're ded, we'l have Malaria I the system A few and doses enjo7 ot ode tile INDIAN
{ money at the close x>f each game. Her This,then, is the situation the in heal-of heath ROOT
.young people rough jolts by staying ,it peck ye-Grip. pre mnvdisUlv.. Sold! b7
: ':}'; T'iR1ql' dewy-rod lips parted in a slight, well found themselves dollar,
fLORIA for eyDr.XfrBQBllenberger
1 : _- j.. in -The world may owe.you a living -Inventorwould like to get you drueeists or sent by mail one .
Observing Miss Gray, the !yonng nan Rochester.Panna.It
; drew himself up proudly allowed his young man. but the account can not be Interested in my improved fly-paper. -a.--- ,

{ fHE BIdGET k1SH., features to assume the brick-wall expression turned over t u attorney for collection. Capitalit-"Wat makes you think i is .uUet that the. most.means probable the : .
,,'.", .the air-snip ot
the young lady already knew sowel -Jamestown NewsA succssfulP" Inventor :
.:. ..,.men... 11 the halc10D da3r of oIJ. I was s little He bowed stiffly and turned aside wi imitation of a ".tue w by electricity.TOT ,- Thousands testify t
7 \ trea like an apple cause it's gotten i te
.; rr.o. .. \ family .i tre''He up I the best FAMILY PILL b
-..! ,.l'?;'";,t ised.to 1IIh in pickerel ponfla: for mlnnowg leuve who depends upon its dead branchesfor best thing yet!" That Is the way> I use.
ii hiss stretched ont bad heaLie purify the system,
d the like Gray a whie Jeweled young man put it who made arrangen.ienss regulate the bowelstliere. .
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.: I't, lobe bitter sadnes with:which soul ( \4 hand and touched his arm fruit will report on the day ot reck- -Mrs. Brown-"WbY don't you say to work fot B. P. Johnson & Co., of JUcE- by cleansipg the blood. For
L my
t : fraught I I.i it violently a she did so young man oning with an empty basket 'Thank you.*Johnnie, for that piece of mond, Va can pet further 1nOrm.tionbydroppingtheulacard. *- of all ages .these pills are Female

I. q :.A. .,..,Whea.1 rambled home nightfall with the %llR : tried to look haughty but failed. His _.if we instruct others." cake." Little Johnnie "'Cause you .' J few doses i>f them off hmnors I.
t cur
.. agr tlUlIJ suing I'd caught face relaxed into a sunr.mUe hop, should familiarize said you would lick me if you heard UPn twenty-eight. large bal?s at bring aboi-t a that i required.Ho a. aad
cays
ob.the
lnignution "J wish to Miss
id
".. te valor F4 dls- say you, began Clerid
-. I'pIa I t ai fixed, and determinate another word out ot me the whole I were brought to Franca ia 4 j
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j minds to some '
in her our own
.- '.' Gray, a strange, d voice, steamer that arrived the other day the Rials 1)8) vfihutVT. ?
., ,&: WLen I elalmed that al the 'biggest DID TdyhoQks I I 4J pretty face working a little, "that I am principles of action." {venin g."-N. Y. Sun. ..trl Bond Thej,
_1 : canght had got away! I I I'i Orient "
i----" j very sorry- Courage that grows from constitution -"Conductor, what was that, asked be found an excellent remedy fq'r BUSnT1LLZ,

.. J- 13orzetlmel: it wal the ru. sometimes! Ito her auditor's eyes there .shot a often forsakes the man when helia.s a nervous old lady as the wheels of the I WIL Carter's Little )'i. .II.CoMtrccK.Esq.: JU C.0 ;. 'I;:
I t the fragile lilies t light of pleasure. He stretched out BinKorjhe pirn it year* I
Thousands of letters from who
Jh.9b
: ,., J And tlroei the his hands and took both of occasion for ;, courage which coach made a little more jar than people har. from adieease which th i .
many treacherous reeCs would ( hers, unresisting i used them prove this Try them i if In Araftj. tried aUr "OU..
fat dolor bat toil'
_I ".. ...lIfollwyjustdeslgts, : I ; into them. "You shall not say a arises from a sense of duty acts in a usual "We went over a few frogs I purp.tb"cl.a to do"> -,? .

; 'nut. whether books or lues or ceds were actuall.f word to me in that strain,*'he cried, with uniform manner. just then," he repled. "Most likely TIIEKS Is said to be little doubt in-Bd- taatterof tiwa with mo.opinion At>nntthi that u". .,!|
-rJ, .,. v to blame t air of brisk ill glandthat Sir .Arnold will b of your boss* of HORHE'S .".
an "you were she \vi
1 7 Ccpt authoriy -One of mankind pass their squashed the poor things too, I .d taken three .IL
right on at losing a 1 tbe:monsters, just' and 1 uextlaureate. ; poxe of them up M.T
and of
; 4r,' ...4. the same- t' l. "'eat' me. lives in thinking how they shall get a said, with a tremor in her voice.Harper's .- Ins. I can KzaiD 4o my ownyears WOr&tel
; did take a liberty I ought t) I THE effects rouoeer. Yours '
; ;i Mi never lost little Besides ; producedbysulphurbatbsa3O truly.
: a fish-yee, I asn free to say \ .
I' :;J.J .*'..1t always was the biggctt flh I ciogbt that got \ aked your permission first, ought 1 dinner, and the.other in thinking what Bazar. accomplished Glenn's Sulphur Soap. : l.UUID

I I ..f. away. I .. THE: SCX5T SIDE: OF THE BUBBICA.XK DKCK. not?" And he smiled down at her in a dinner they shall get; and the first are -Mr. Grubbs "Mbrnin1, Mr. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 5 cents. 1. ,

T.; bred "Ah. fashion that made Miss Gray, who a few much less injured by occasional fasts Jenks. I want a gallon of oil." Mr. __ For Spo by Dealers.
sneer. o-nrnMAr.. T BAA" abA *
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.And eo was when later on. I felt ambition wonld have scoffed at the bare Asorr 25,000,000 letters pass yearly DCtween A '
; : ",. pan murmured, scornfully, and; closed l her week suggestion ngo of such a thing, feel quite than are the latter oy constant reast. Jenks (the grocer)-"les'm; whit the United Kingdom and ,

is:. ;From pike callow and ban minnow joy f to rubier' greed for eyes.She felt helpless, but strangely contented. Sho -N. Y. Ledger.To oil I suppose a usual "No, I guess Americ !. '/. H. COMSTOCK,' "
if.- that the wind .
I found.t quite convenient! when: the beauties pranks with her hair was playing did not withdraw her hands, and. couU men addicted to delights, busi- Il hev some tnidnight' oil ef you've IT Is no longer necessary to take bin pil.'s BROCXVIUE, ONT.

... wouldn't bite weak:to mind. But but she was too not look into his face again, after thatfirst ness is an interruption; to such as are got enny. My "home from college to rouse the liver to action. Carter's Little MORRISTObLy.hilt's .

.: And I returned all bootl ss fr.*>.m the watery heavier lurch than usual suddenly and there the pillow was a smile. Somehow she felt that hi cold t delights, business j an enter and he boys ho to burn Lie Ia are muchbettcr.Dontlorget ihi.
I chase at nIght head bending down closer to -
T was ; -
: To fetyqi a cheery aspect and'recount In ac beneath her head shot oft (the chair and she felt his breath, quick and npoj tainment. For which reason it ,va some. -Time. HISDOSTAN is about twenty-five times

; 't cents gay rolled down out of her reach. She made her cheek: she tried to war, but said to one who commended a dull man -Wibble-hOf all the nervy men, I larger than the State of New 1 ark.Broxcnrns ;" PillsiCUB
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-. Uow tbe biggest fish I had two weak, ineffectual efforts to clutch it, daw .
; tbap caught had could not -. for his application: "No thanks to think yo takes the cake.
\Vagwel
_, somehow got away. and thereupon, in the sheer weaknessand is cured by frequent small'
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petnlanco A woman's wild cry, a rush of hurrying him; i he had no business he would Wabble-"What's the matter with doses of Pi o"8 Cure for Consumption.
that
engendered by unique ,
-i &udrealJfl6bIOOkblgger ban tt feet, a sudden reversal of the engines -
: el are before have nothing Wagwell? Wlbble-"He to
.I-' malady of tho she
sea: commenced t do.SteeJe proposed
( they're caught t that caused the screw to forsake the water THE Sea stretch from Si.
& Caspian
i. \. ,, 4Vben: thjB; pole Is bent Into:a bo?and the lIen. I to cry like a baby.' and beat the air in a fashion to' jar -It is easy to say, "Know thyself," .a de and dumb girl some time ago, Luis t.nsn wou. j

1lo is taijt She> could not have uttered more than the great ship from end to end.then Miss but who is to introduce you? Most now he is suing for breach of t ll

.., a fellow feels his heart rise up like four of those plaintive little sobs before Gray, in a sort of trance, heard the young people go through life without makingthe promise on the ground that silence A nor wind matches free t smokers A Dub .
r. a doughnut In his she felt the "Tansill's Punch" 5c. Cigar.
; throB pillow being A
; replaced. at her side utter shout felt hia Fevei[ and Wind
: ; And. bo lunges In. a ficn y upland down the strong: arm, clothed in a soft flannel juan hands from the a advantageous acquaintance in question gives COi sentTerr Haute Express. .Age,

\ leaky boat! L sleeve,had raised her head with an air of dragged and him hysterical head-claspof ; and i a friend should take the -Owner of Racing Horse (looking GRBAT BRITAIK and Ireland are about t1 Colic ;,
saw size of New Mexico. i
Oh, disappear
who've been htown *
you a-fisb ng will Indorse cool
me _
I whenlsay proprietorship and its fellow the railing Into the boiling liberty of introducing you to yourselfyou i closely.At scales-"Williams, you area Atack
smoothed and patted the pillow into I IF afflicted with Sore Eyes usa Dr. tsaniThompson's Ther province regular
cauldron of foam far would hate him forever. trifle Can't
That it always i. the big est Osh you catch place as away beneath her. over weight you lighten Eye Water. Druggistb it.25* aatol".tt.Y rffrlp or ,
I 4 tb&t gets away! i known skillfully as though it had:never As though ia\a:)nightmare she _saw -No man's spirit was ever hurt by yourself a little?" Williams (the any other duty. Then the ownerof .. .. .
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tbcj nhoQld be in bouseaold.SOED .
: 'TIs even so In other things! ; -yes* In our greedy the two arms stepped back |la pace or doing his duty; ,on the contrary one jockey-Got on mylightest suit, sir. IT is said that Paris, when full car! accommodate EVERYWHERE.by every .
eyes I ITbc t two to his :1 Ain't ett bite and 'avo nearly four millions of pople. f .
survey work, and Miss Gray : 1 good action, one temptation resisted a to-day just ---4

: biggest; boon is some f elusive nevercaptured looked up and beheld-her enemy of the /:. :. \I- and overcome, one sacrifice of desireor trimmed my finger nails." Owner- GA. "
prize j .
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t blonde Sif
... VTe angle for the honors and th< sweets of hu His mustache. ." \ interest purely for conscience sake, h\Vel go and get shaved."-Chicago Out of Sorts : CU
nianilfe- eyes were dancing withl' merrimentand |r
,. a cordial for weak and low
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J. prove
LIke fishermen vre brave ho seas that roll in miechief. Miss Gray noted with bitterness .., ,.. wi It a feeling peculiar to persons of drspptf\* rU
endless strife; how handsome and healthy and J :'," ':" spirits far beyond what indulgence or Ambitious Daughter-"I wish I dency or It may be caused by clmato 1 wt return

: And then at last, when all Is done and wo are daring he looked. Tall, slender, straight ,. : diversion can do for them.-Paley. could find something more about this season or life. The stomac I out of order,the .&-w &. full dwcrl a
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circulars
,. bpentandgray, t as an arrow every hue of his figure ex ,, -.,--'--" ,P/i\- -Old age brings with it the con- I new science of hypnotsmMater- head aches or does not right appetite U.eapricions. N Moaors inr:t
We'Own the biggest fish we''re ctfusht:: are those pressinggrace and the consciousness of i of-fact .the nerves seem overworked.the mind icJ ), TAILSI .
that sciousness of physical and .Iother-"Wel now, 'Lizbeth, fused and irritable. smnr .
got away. I it. lie looked primed for mischief. infirmity This condition finds an irumcmm,
I 4 A sudden sense of her former experience decay which no art can conceal and no do tend churhin', an' not b lent corrective in Hood's Sarsaparilla. wiJch.}( AnyUdyofortJ.
I
would
.. cbould not be have It otherwise 1 ;'Us{ better there rushed across Miss Gray's mind. '-: -- .:: -v- # / Il' medicine remove.. This decay is a loud botherin1 about hipnotiz. It's just a mony Its regulating to the and system toning, and powers RITES,son that restorr-i strength nar-'V .na Int :

.. Uuuli bigger fl'h than I hive caught a-swim. The combined bitterness of that and of hint that death ia not far distant, and new-fangled name they've got for mid,nerves,and body whIch makes one o quickly Cn &

-i ; mlngin the sea: 1' j the sickness she was just recovering f//i that one should set his house in order rheumatiz', the kind that turned your fectl'wel. let per cat and make&nygsrmentia !
1'or bow some worthier n I may angle from were too much for her. She was \, / Uncle BesnrefogotHood's 1
Jabo's
OJ'th for that solemn The hip out 0' -S anyat..itoaaymeasmeforlady
7orthegmeI I not be- young may
to event
... trapped twice. She half rose dj jnt"-Texa
7 -- Way by. bis arts entice, cntr ip atJ-J;! comprcbehUivlngdone. 'on herslbow and cried, peevishly: ii r die but the old mutt soon die.-N. Y. Sif tin irs. SarsanarHIa= olcbd.d i;
th. "''limA' t. --.- --- ----
I VbIIi :--: perchance, he'll bless the "Go fcway I" Independent -Manager-"No; we have not got Bold by all druggists. Jl; six for 15. Prepared only ; &

K.iui "Ito's proud to say' i Over J the young man's face swept a -A woman of fashion who is employed that miserable fakir Ruskin, with us by C.I.hOOD.t CO..Apothecaries Lowell Mass : .C'ICiia"

That that the got biggest fish he eve. t caurht were those,''one look of of combined amazement amusement, to be followed and pique.by : in remarks upon tho weathei%. this season, thank Heaven. The man 100 Doses One Dollar "A ui R4.-.-._'__

z. way. He bowed who observes from morning to noon was no good on earth." Critic GOLD
low with great and did
_ a he was bidden.Of that i is likely to rain, and from noon "Why, I thought you told me last CATARRH '4

course the young lady regretted her to pight that i mizzles, that it is to set year that he was the coming comedian -. BEST 17. BAKER & CO.'S

k EN VOY the next instant. She> knew that BUS SAW A GOLDEN HEAD APPEAR. of "
1Gf. acton in for a wet evening and being America. Manager-"Well, REMEDY ff .
1 inc Br8iiIllt COO
been rude Inexcusably rude. golden head appear above the churning he a
I pable of other discourse is insipid was while he was with .
our
j She any as company FOR "
I began to wonder if the man mass of water, and, a few rods from it,
w Sliss Lucrotia's Ocean ;Trip end would come back, and next younl hope that another head, that of a little child a companion, and just as pedantic but ho has goue with another It abtolutely pur* and
?
J ..- ". What,'Cama 'ol Jt.: he would. Then, as the minutes draggedby that she recognized instantly as ono as he who quotes Aristotle over show,and now his name is Denis." CHILDRENBtTTXHIXO it i* toluole ;
.
(, I and he did not come, she began to reflect that had been playing at her his tea, or talks Greek at a cu'd.tablo: -"Say, William," said his young' NI11 No Chemicals
4 .
I., on what an extraordinarily hand- feet an hour before. as she -Thornton. wife TBOJ 4P'Co'd Died 'Ia'It It
Written for this!p.ip J.l| And who writes for the papers; "my i prarin M
some young man he was. Thero was felt herel surrounded of Out* f( *e. ia rtrenjf

.. I ii ?r.lISSJLtfCRETIA honesty and breeding in every line of his men and screaming 0 women, she -Knowledge alone is not sufficientIt I correspondence has grown so voluminous in HeadSNUFFLES Sugar and, wil Starch.ArTovlOct far more

>\1'as a very face. lie hud dono nothing but whatordinary noticed with what awful rapidity both is, indeed power; but i unsancti- that I have resolved to em- r ,cotiirty terfor r/.All.

...? 'y.-. ,);: t self j-rolinnt, as well courtesy would dictate. He did beads seemed' to be flying, flying, flying fed, power for evil. Knowledge did ploy a type-writer." "An excelent on CP I u,delicious EASILY, nnmriihins DlOIBTm,

4.- ..; "'...* as n vdry proud not look> like a young man in the habitof from where she stood. Then came dark- not teach Charlemagne to sacrifice his idea Julia, said her husband. '-here I I admirably*! for
.f :.;j. \ I : taking liberties. The upshot of her ness-black, utter darkness, in the midstof !, for a.pte Innl
pcrwoa
desires was GATARRH wol. I be
young person andaccustomed own to tho happiness of a very pretty girl down at our of.
1* ., reverie was that she remarked, }': which she was borne away to her any KAY-EEVSR Sold Grocers
by everywhere
0:; J' 5 !:! quite totraveling "Lucretia Gray, you aro a to''> quiet state-rooI. in merciful ignorance of the living creature. I did not make Augustus Qco this morning seeking employmentas A particle li applied Into each noatrll and U W. &CO..DorchcsterMaz&CLASS

:'i\-; :li' alone; but: sho cried a little more, and felt batter. ro-'t. respect the life of Cicero. nor a type-writer and I have no doubt so able cents.PrIee5Ocontatdrug1.t ELY BROTHERS.U Warren; by mull fit.,Kaw rrglBterfe.1-Yctk: BAR '

!W, .,...._ > it is to b'j suspected the could not accuse the young man of The stout, motherly old stewardess told the pupil of Aristotle to restrain his she would 8ul"But" interruptedhis IMPORT? CHINA '

) '...: ,\, that sense even desolation she felt a liim.in presumption her frequent after that.promenades When sho deck met, her how every the swiftly-launched thing next morning.life-boat Told had her passions I undirected by virtue, wife, already engaged a BEST STEELV Woven Wire/ fencing r AND QUENS'. ,

.. _# ills face assumed the ol reached the in time to knowledge but the servant of-- vicA---. comely young man for the position. I WIRE ussWIre. Rope
.1 t creeping;over her as expression a rescuer just snatch Selvage & C
she Istootl all alone stone wall. For all that ho appeared to I the little one from his outstretched arms and tends only to evil. think a young man is ,more expert te"a \ : n t tI.

<.;;: know to the and then than a p.. _
amidst A throng of contrary, she might have drag him fainting on board; young woman"don't you? y

e i:: straing. ra on the been at the bottom of the Atlantic instead and how he was now the idol of the HOW TO MAKE MAGNETS.A "No-er-that. is, yes, of course." But I. :":

,. 4 rl'r.J deck!of agreat] ocean of sailing across i in thesamo ship whole ship. The honest .old lady, who the tone in which it was said showed MASON FRUIT JAn )
-K... with him. He persisted in course. had witnessed many brave deeds in her Simple Process Which Any Intelligent! U up
: .. thi that his
r44? steanishfp reply was not in accord with) &
; waring a Ho never looked her way, and was not twenty years of life at wept copiously Boy Can Master. .SSORTE "

: .. I fiaal adieu to the English fends from very long before people begin to notice as she declared she sea had never beheld There are two general classes of his thoughts.-N.w Y.. Ledger. PACIU6ESJONBS (

whom nhe Lai just parted. ;Sho'hardly it Acquaintances had sprung up be- the equal of this. To Miss Gray's'easei; magnets-electro-magnets and No Cur No Ft jr.
; ; folt that she' was going horn*. The five tween the passengers, as they always do. inquiries sho replied that the young permanent I IPAYSTHEFREICHT1'

:i years that sis had: spent tin Condon and and bye and bye these two young peo- (God bless him!) was none the worse man for magnets. The electro-magnet is I is when a pretty the severe test of his of any fee doctor's A .800 lULOatMtomtUob TO S2 .PER Sombyuiordtalna ROD. :, .

l'aris perfeftin her edncatm had almost plo were actually the only saloon passengers his bath, and had made several unsuccessful active only when a current of electricity conditional upon payment his curing patient is made Yet tbl line of good*.( ntKIOHT WOVEV MID. Info.msth'I FEXCZ: fri-o. Iron btotl Iri :
MdfCL.E CO.
4. had ti! effect of ex .rac ng all pa- who did not spsak to each other. attempts to see her. He mightdo is passing around it; the per- after having, for many hs, observed the 0-JUJU(. l.rk. and__. 'VRF 8a Chlf'l\. i faol t.e. and J&1 rnl for t '

5. : triotism from her nature; tho-frieads; she Strange> as it may appear, the longer it so as soon as he pleased now, how. manent as its name indicates, thousands of marvelous cures effected in :, a n* I >>erTrfz Setaeiorfreeprleells. }".. .

was leaving had grown vsry <|ear to her, continued the better Miss Gray liked the ever. retains magnet magnetism after the liver, blood and lung diseases, by Dr. I BIG MONEYforACENTS I mention Cia p&pO?and Idl l.
_j and she could not accustom herself to the young man. She fell to studying Not until nearly eight o'clock that magnetizing Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, it BOOK f JOKES: OF BINGHAMTON J !
him is manufacturers feel LATMT and
thought; that the farewell sVe had just he paced the decks or lounged on the evening did Miss Gray venture from her i agent removed. Electro as they are now warranted through in selling all 'Viar'"Glimpse. .r. fifty of yea.BET TltUIB IBM BINGnAlTOY.... N.Jt" .

1 said was a fiaal one. caLm sofas with an unread book in his !tate-room When she did so she crept magnets are always made of soft iron, the world doing, a certificate druggists of bln.her autobiography history of the WCT1*. APIS" TM

., : It was not until the shir wan: under full listless fingers-the fingers that were al- cautiously along] the corridor and pausedat I while permanent ones are made of po..ifre guarantee that it will either benefit gREATEST SELLER it'.Authortu SINCE yemaykati."GRANT"*r..:1 PRANK SCHUMANN
moP i
t :- ; I headway, careering downlthe J>road Mersey was so beautifully white, and tipped, to the saloon to gaze through the glass steel An electro-magnet can bo or cure in every case of disease for which .luwn... _of tbe /. COOtx>* M ,
casilyconstructed Guns TaceSportslao's
with they C> *e* report*19 1.5 day,. > Fishing ."
all the of her the brink of recommend if taken In time > ,
Inilthty engines effeminacy, with such won- Before entering. Her hand was on the as follows i and tkerbflratweek. Any.a.can aiake
: ; that far-away Ampric derfully nails, knob : given a fair trial, money paid for it will dar. No experience nece.8"rr. No
L ? $ began to polished Once she was when she felt a light touch upon her Procure from bo promptly refunded. or AptnU can get this .mal. .
blacksmith Gener : |
look a liver
like from Torpid
a reality. and the prospect of guilty of gazing long and earnestly at : shoulder. She trembled, but did not turn or "biliousness," impure blood,skin or lUlrl terms, write at enr. tlOr
I f. home, father, friend and' tlfc welcome him through the windows the ninsic- She knew what the touch meant. any source a small soft-iron horseshoe scrofulous sores and swellings,eruptions, 'i 811TI"A.Jt ISIS e.PU- Denrborm Urn*J** Btraet,ChJo su-e ; .

I ; awaiting her to grow cleai line effect of room as he feat strumming idly at the An arm-that same, flannel-coated arm, Commencing just above the heelcork tion (which is scrofula of the cnsump) 412 5JSDVOaC&ALGEK MAIN STREET. MEI1'1I15 No. D. TNN LX'

this was to send her dow dinner with piano. He could not play a note but, by the way-stole into hers, without on one side, wind closely three or five yield to this wonderful me icine. It is both TRT LOrS nSTS SYRUP OF QUIHISE, 2 cent aaAM lau piP a mq Ua.jsIAN. -

.J :. .- a sharI appetite and a riode-ately} good strangely:; enough, the discords that ho knowing how or why, she nnd being layers of two inches' tonic or strength-restoring, and alterative ,':

!- 1 temper, though enough:; ofi a vgue, inde struck seemed far from unharmonious to guided up the broad flight of stairs insulated wire.length Without of No. 2: or blood-leasing. CHILB CRT FOR LION'S STRUP OF QU1H1KE, 25c.f BASE BALLCHIDWLCX'S'0 MANUAL pap. '.

0 finable discontent remain d tei reader her the young lady, herself an accomplished I that led to the main She was not copper cutting Chronic Nasal o.er,
*) more than usually observant musician. But deck the wire, proceed spirally Catarrh positively cured by LTON'S STRUP OF.QUIKISE Sweet SENT FREEol application enclosing on*
jnd then
critical. sho was looking at surprised, after that, did not resist along Dr. Sage's Remedy. cents, by druggists. i 2 I Lon Syj ( iamp.by.dires.lnl
_, j 'b Miss Gray bad had a so&ewhat unpleasant his hair, and marveling inwardly at the when she found herself being inseusibly thc toe of the shoe and then wind the 5. PQHT EWE TDUH THEODORE HOLLAND. P.O.Boil2Ofhfl&l"3.

k experience on be Occasion of tricks the sunshine playe.with it. After drawn towards that identical nook it the same number of similar layers on the Rzrso, Nov., possesses a young lay 01 BABY BITTER QUIM1HL aa-HAH*HU usa"__wl_

her voyage flue years ago. "Palling: la that her eyes Wlre always upon him, rear of the wheel-house. other end. twenty-two who weighs 218 pounds and will lan ( tab pTtTOR&Wp'Aw

I' I with the usual laxity of etiqaotte preva- except at such times she knew her Arrived there, no word was spoken All the stands si feet and one inch i her stocking Tau by f LON'S STRUP o Quinir.e.1. PATENTS BOOK FOSE. AddraM
windings must be in .
1 lent upon the seas, sho |ha "formed the glances would risk being intercepted. As though sensible to her journey's approaching the same fect_ at Law T.FI"r'.t "

I LI acquaintance of a young mall,w' o, before Ouce Le caught her-caught her fairly and end tho mighty vessel shot direction in reference to the iron. I Mere Bundles GINS, Atlas! Engines and __101 rail PA"I.. ,1 .,_. WaI_ ,

land was reached. had presumed far unequivocally. He was leaning over the through the water to the tune of the great now tbe ends of tho wire bo connected Some of Nerves. I C OTTO I I Boiers-! >>aftingr Pulley DOE

1 I ;: enough on her condoscei slon. to render railing, and turned suddenly to find her screw's ceaseless throbbing. The water with an electric battery, quite large bundles peevish of nerves.,querulous The least people sound seem mere Etc. Plantatkn, Mill' and PENSIONS Al SOLDIERS
Ie 55 himself agitate
14-IWI intensely obnoxi< us to her. The gaze full upon him from a distance of a was calm and the autumn pieces of soft iron-for instance. their sensoriums and ruffles their tempers. Steamboat Repairs ff i.W. BeCOIlXirK a sols,a.eaaG sertersrolsved" ;L"ar '
large
11&D1
i. memory of this experince< was very short six feet. Was it a prank of the imagination moon looked down upon two figures, one nails or I No doubt they are bor so. But may not PRESSES"CHICKASAW _1'Tail kana_-_-
Jg'i: sharp, and if there was one thing she' had or did a flash of pleasure gleam with bent head. gazing downward; the spikcs-wi bo held up by the their nervousness ameliorated, if not en- IRON WORKS, 9

Ii f'; resolved to guard againt: oi> this trip it into his eyes. ns she hastily turned aside otner with upturned face, upon which which act as polo pieces.As tirely relieved Unquestionably, and with _JOHN E. RAM> : 'CO.ME5LPu1a.TEi. OPIUltDl9.:.lfC'HnURE '

Jj. 'Was such an adventure as 'this. Consequently with her cheeks, neck and brow all scarlet there was shining a light which comes soon a the battery is disconnected lostetter's Stomach Bitters. By cultivat Bo m &o"J W'CANDY .

I when she eeati d herself at the with mortification? Ko, she was sure into a true woman's face but once in a the spike will fall. This plete assimilation and insuring more.com- SABTBIPAPR iy taM J .
of
the
however food
with this 1
table, her first impulse was ta of and in five lifetime. The admirable SEN -- '5
scrutinize it minutes she told herself figures, the moon might would corrective
not bo the they will
t the experience
Ler case horseshoe a I $ EDUCATIONAL.BUsSisTcOlLEGE
fellow-passengers RI liim bave noticed i $2$3$4or$5$ .
c osely and discover hatl. tJssionatth' Tn- ton -nlio were very close together. made of speedy and very perceptible gain in eive
.4 1 iu Just bowmuchd 'nei sue was.under told herself that if it would not seem so And when genial Mr. Gray observedhis wa steel. for it would then quietude. Dyspepsia, biousness, rormz, by .

t Being alone and thor fore the supremely ridiculous' he believed she, truant junior partner, Mr. Julius St. because of the passage of the electric tion and rheumatism t Biters constpa of CAHDIB3LT our Eflf ,
especial charge of the captain, she .oved him John his current have ; ELSOAN1 MEMPHIO. TEU..
: oc- ; yes, actually loved this yel- banding daughter over the become a permanent AND
* cupiod the seat of bono on:that grayl ow-haired Adonis whom she had L gang-plank the next morning his To GREECE is about the size of Veront Put up. .ddre.AaSItL' \nhe1(1 b.a.itlfnlp.lmed. .-.
,
IT.
joy magnet If
Leaded, hearty old salt's len.:: It did for her snubbed pass an electric current Palestine is about onefourt the FLOYD A MOONEY. MEMPHIS PE1UIAlllUr ,'REE W _
not doing a kindness. and I was from a business well sie
take great as as around a piece of York State. a -JAXI TBM mia_tm.,__
long steel is 8TIDT- Book
for her indeed keeping ,
to effe the
t her .Penman5hfpAu
examina- guored her existence eVer since as a con P { of view. But afterwards, r HOME nutlo.Shorthand etc.thoroughly '.
ton for easiest
teen there were not more than six- seq uenc when told the story he earned his way of making a permanent NOTES OF INTEREST. b,m&l Circulars tree.BBIAXI'S COLLECK,BabtoS.t> :

or eighteen cabin passengers, all 'Ihe days slipped by very monotonously. daughter's keenest displeasure for a magnet KOKOTULU00I ; ;
t told. : !
Six LAW.ChIcsg.TaITerD'
with ot these were I .diet*-she noted The voyage ',"a'nearly over, and 1 space of nearly five minutes by declaring To try it, wind several layers of tho 'nLE the East has been drenched and UIO:COILF! circular Idd. otb. >icaga.
a sigh: of resignation that she the other that he soaked and flooded tho > COLEXA' :[ElPBJS, TEN -
the was passengers came and went, believed St John "wormed same wire used on the "dry spell ot 189"wi : ,

i really only imminent one of her sc : wfco stood in smoked and ate, and slept and talk l in; Lucrece's_ identity of the captain andtneu around a Thr>n horseshoe- ,. go down in the history of the far West $65 A. MONTH, AND BOARD PAIn,. A..N. IC. F. 1257.
dangerand /: < f molestation- same round of Dad the lead-penci. -- -'n "r"l. orhtshe' Jl
all of the creary ocean life. kid thrown overboard ou IT cost$22,370 to repair a recent break In tcommIIRlon VYS'CREUITtoAeentsonoarNewBook. WhEN WKTTIXG TO '

(.f men but wo were devoid Once or twict she was on the point of purpose." HAROLD I ViSSE remove lead-penci and insert in one of the Atlantic cables on the Green P.W.7JEGLEI AC<>.*it Markat 81., BU L..i.,1... tate this jom .. ADVRTrAER. _' till
1 any outward ,excuse for speaking to her .. the hollow _,__ .4hu f
considering
themselves tyrant, as she now coi a common darnin -- bank. A ship's anchor had been afoul of it. .1Ula PAP& paper.BRYANT

H ; was dark, of attractive.medium h ne of these two mentally termed him, butalways paused The Duties of Consuls. needle, the head of which has been THE destruction of Johnstown by a flood
ight and before she had
-
good manners, but the apparently rather- to her quite completed the sacrifice Among the definitions broken off leaving about an inch of and of the cities of Seattle and Spokane
pride. grow to abhor none are more .
:
the acant expression his : eatures forbade tbe very sight of 21e trusty o'i captain I, comprehensive than this: A Consul is length.Pass Fas property by fire in, makes a comparatively a huge sweeping short away time. STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE .
: young lady's feeling nuch anxiety on who seemed inclined tho current from the
to
exert to the a battery
his account As to the other she was fullest extent his prerogative of guardian person commissioned to reside i a through tho coil for a minute discon- The loss is between fOO and 5O- Book Keeping,Shari Hand, Tetjrphv,Le

not eo certain. -a failing not uncommon with gentle foreign country an agent or representative nect and remove the 0.0. I-.o"_.r./ '.LOUISVILLE I KY.P ,
needle
iShe was forced to acknowledge inward- men of his of government, to protectthe and it PERHAPS the heaviest telegram bill in the \
will be
ly that he was a splendi looLing fellow. One lersuasion rights, commerce, merchandise found to be magnetized. I it world is that of the Chinese Envoy at Wash- : ISO'S REMEDY FOR Easiest
Tall, supple'and bright afernoon when they were be drawn through iron ingtonChan You Woon to CATARRH.-lt .
liht-hired, with a pair within and seamen of tho State, and to aid in filings or small who regularly pays use. Cheapest. : cure
.
of mischievous LIne eye]twinkling under seven miles of New York, tacks, they will adhere to it.-Boston one thousand dollars a week for his dispatches certain. For Cold in the II it has no equal. 1
p Miss commercial a
a broad 'white- forehead L "!Vaia as a Gray can! to a sudden conclusion and sometimes in diplomatic Budget. i to China the representative of the

peacock, and twice as s: ucy, no doubt," that the state affairs was unendurable. transactions with such foreign Celestial empire using a cipher which
She I t cst
was :Miss Gray's:: mental noted the man let the s be what Light as Air.
,gentle: caress bestowed from mtht. consequences they man. Count Beugnot, has said, the ea CARRIAGE road to the top of Pike's Peak
time 1'erhaps she
to found
-. upon his time drooping by a, yello fair. womanish handmustache. shuddering slightly at the thought herself.fewmoments'conversation tablishmcnt of consuls Las no otbet The best hymn for a candidato for has ben completed. It begs at Cascade It is a Ontent of wh-ch a small particle is ]

looked no i more his She with him might object than the advantage the in- office"Let's scatter seeds of kindness canyon extends until it to the. OJ Sold by diugeists apple st
wa
herself that npon his ve andTowed first advance toy dispel her illusion and prove him un- crease the security, and the police for our reaping by and by." reaches feet the abov.e very the summit level of of the the sea.mountain There, by m Address,- E IImLTINWaZrCn. ,

she would worthy of the time she was in A 1,17 .
request the wasting regulations of the missionary I
of
him off.For aptaln to warn thinking of him. She commerce nations accosted a cannibal one point (Grand View) where at an alti- -- -
paced the deck with each other. Consuls shortly after the latter tude of 10,552 feet -- .
art had dined one may see the smokeof
___ j' the slowly, all alone. The on .
next passengers were
two days, naturally furnished with credentials and the former's wife, and a locomotive Marshall Pass
.. enough, Miss Gray stood in all down at luncheon whi!) she, who had jnstruc tried to move crossinJ ,
miles
annoyance from any bod. no danger of no appetite, remained th're. firm in the tions from the government hey represent him to repentance; but the hardened ninety avay.TUE .

morning her robust constitution 0:1 the third resolution, to go through with her self- to the rulers of the States where brute only said he was gladiator. latest thing in hotel bills of fare is _

Rigorous frame and imposed taste. they to Misers love an edible menu card. You select the dishes
reaaser ed are reside. and the their
.' and she : Cheir sway, i On a sudden impulse she neglected to upon presentation money most and ;you want, and then while waiting for them
-- was assisted to he of their wise love S
men their
c the hurricane deck, just sanny end of turn at the limit of the wheel-house, but papers they are money leased. you amuse yorsel by lefurelyeatng up

I ing-room, where lying above ull the amokI continued her valk round to the rear of duly recognized and may: lawfully dis ,. A printer may not heed the "golden the bill of acting a an appetizer.

i eclining chair and enve length on a it, and arriving at tfe railing overlooking charge the duties of their office. Consular rule;" that is not much his fault. All It is the scheme of a London confectioner. .

rugs she could wa ch oped all in that luxurious the sterr.., whI should she duties in detail depend upon the .1 his rules are made of brass. Ho makes a thin sheet of sweetened dough, 1 TOMAKE\

going forward on the road expanse was leaning down jrer tha water ia hi fuf f treaties existing between the countries A man who does not know and after it has been baked he prints the -. 4. .,_ BisL
of any thing -
bitual menu it in ink
deck gracefn.1 but the upon made of chocolate. Deticous
below. atitult. object of from which will be to .. -
her quest-the and to which the Consul bare tel i tho very first time PEOPLE who think /: AM roe
of
She young man the superb they are fully -
.lt was the .
only la he
*%i4 deck. Thofchlpwas bo y passenger on figure antI drooping;, golden mustache. goes. -Chicago Inter-Ocen. gets .t to be heard. e with the customs of city life aquant. OOW BRAND f

- I riouilyover the giant: ling along glo- flow those vho hive made a voyage in -On the-arrival w. An ordinary man will not admit to thing to learn when they get over in Jersey. SODA ,
wells of
i with train SILRITUS
a
Hcklnj, aii) a moderu ocean steamship are quite f i- at Derby his girl that money is In New York and in .nost all other cities .
tideway motio any .
far from idern- -
un- England, the other wheeV cOl -5- : :?4r- -
the -
day,
the of tion smoker ride the front -
pleasant: to tie now r pidI-recoer1n milrvHh advantages the narrow with him, but tho same chap on platforms of -
; pac. between tho sternwhesl rapper found in the spring of a box wi strpet-cars. Jersey City smokers
t elieut.! A game of abu ttoard ,ia railing athrusVs walk twelve to rid I mUSt
: was and the rear ot the wh el.hoase for nest full of blocs get a ride on the end of the street-cars. Poor
i1. progress beneath, and pur- eggs process uincubatioa. 'J/ nickel with
? i
hole in
a Uss9ra7ezpei poasso: teha.:'hte Twp persons eu- n it->t Louis New Yorkers who get on the front end of -- _. _

llag i'c the cars to smoke are sternly told to go t I 1 L -

tho rear. --- -. ,

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