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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 8, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.' "; J'ADVERT.ISINe RATEb: TIME AND CHANGE. men and women who had prepared for SPECIAL FERTILIZERS. MARRIAGE RECORDS. r RELIGIOUS Arm EDUCATIONAL.Of TRAINING. 1: -k''. I

01" I that era.but should live -+-- MIlITARY____ .. .
ilrACII 'I ci.Anissa.Oh never to see its i
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Unlike Effects of Manures on Different Quaint ADD01Uleem-;;&;
,tell me, torn me, Algernon, appearing.Such Culled and Copied the 799 m"n who have been educated Ary.OMeen Assigned to 'Duty at'lexea .. .
I'i.ti / ; ;;; gr- i ::- : 'J G1r; : g: Kinds of Soil. from Old-Tim Paper. I "*c c .f
: rl j' That as t'.io; weary years roll on, at Spurgepn's; pastors' college by CongreM. :I
% 3 8 0'' JO 00 16 OOJO, 00 Your love will still be true; scenes as these give a touch of We have attempted for many yearsto This collection of marriage announcements the ilx A list of the officers of the army assigned e' ..
during its history :
-= h1.Rrei_ 1 WI J JII 1 U J'I OJ 3It OOfi.'i! OJ That whatsoever may betide, bright gay color to the dull homespun point out the unlike effects of special has been copied from old news- thlrtj- years of. ; ; .
., JJ: (O! 2() (0() :5 60 OO, J tIO 600 are active pastors. to the military Instruction of.
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failh iu texture of
My you may e'er abide; tho social fabric of the times. fertilizers on different and unlike soils. published within the last
\.: -1enceflt1 a line for the first and flve ct'nU c l'J Ji find no change: in you.ALGERNON Indeed when all the for instance which papers one -There are now In Rome ten Baptist universite and colleges, under sDv
havo
Inf'erUon.1NClal pleasures Superphosphates, hundred
for each 5ubsequent years: of the Revised Statutes, as :
IJrje -
, i rates for time l1verUsemen&l upon been thus enumerated increase of chapels or mission halls, with nine pastors 122 amen-I ,
: on
}/ they seem a produce great crop .In Concord, N. H., February 3, 1814. by the last <' \
: 'Pfl1C1itlOn at the otIJce. Hclicie mo loveliest Clarisse, good many. But the effect of such an ?ome soils have afforded" no sensible Isaac Hill, one of the editors of the or evangeli1 The church in Congess tti'
Mr love for shall Piazza forty-eight forvthis .
, = you noer cease, over two hundred are'deted :..
'!'It. I I Ii enumeration is misleading. Life remained effect in: other plar.es.Ve have known Patriot, to Miss Susan Luca. .
Hut rilthful e'er will lie, Ayer daughterOf duty and that their terms expire. *vat .
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."..1 i SUBSCRIPTIONRATESUieyfat. Though fate be hard and friends' unkind, terse, sad, barren; character the wheat crop to be doubled by its use Captain Richard Ayer.As members various periods during the next : .

.:>' t ...................... ............'100 My heart most faithful you will und; molded itself on a model of Spartan in one locality and in others not ten I walked oat the other day. -"Ad all pressure of my pub I> .X' ,:
""tIU FIX monrbl............ .................... 60 You'll find no change In me. simplicity and hardihood? without the miles away, the slightest improvement, Through Concord street I took my way; lic le and duties," Mr. Gladstone recently three yea, The number allowed by 4.- .
All Kubsorlptions must to paid Invariably! in I saw a sight I thought quite rare- said to Dr. Cuyler "I have always statute is fifty, 8 that the details a J .
THEOUACrETie Spartan treachery and in the not produced. Yet even
No discriminations in favor or any- cunning.But crop was '
advance. A HOI walked out to take the Ayer. thanked God tolerably well filled, and in addition
speaks the truth. As years go by from for the rest and repose -
the of the nineteenth at the time agricultural
opening present some And now since earth and air have met together '
Communications upon all matters of local And OB expenses multiply. o of the ." ten are allowed from the :/
from ail or the county. century things easier. The writers do not to have understood Sunday.A navy *
Interest aoUcjted parts And as his purse grows hm, grow appear The law declares that where a .
y' If she cs ays then to purloin peoplo, rescued from the necessity of this difference; and directions are I think there'll be a change of weather. committee of -tho English Presbyterian Stt, ,
has
t. --- more than one school en by t
From out his clothes a little coin, trying: to be safe began to indulge tho repeatedly given for promoting the increased In Haverhill, Mass.. August. 1829. Church'is considering the 'J
J HECRET SOCIETIES. !lC'l11iLd no change in him. Cotton K. of Pembroke N. of catechism the national land of. 18(52.. ( the -
1If luxury of wishing to be happy. Life growth of crops by the use of Simpson question compiling a for gnt
- -Harry B. Smith, in America. ono which the to
' H.. to Miss Sarah R. Marble.An the Sunday-schools than the dec b .
: I Meets every Tuesday ,. .- ceased to be a warfare, and became an superphosphate or potash, evidently simpler the most in accord .
i-,. ... night at Od-1 Fellows' industry; the hand left off defending, taking it for granted that all soils and' old calculation of gain and loss Shorter Catechism and introductory t te ru ; t
ments of the statute shall have
KENTUCKY PIONEERS. Proves "a stone that is rolling will gather nomoss. that !:; -
|Hall. Tranbifcut broth and commenced all alike benefited. Fertilizers -
tho
acquiring; moldingof crops are ." compndium. fleer .
who be allotted to that State
may
tliL ..w "era cordially invited to bullets was succeeded by the coiningof specially fitted for certain cropsare A happy expedient has lately been thought on. Baptists are divid- Tho institutions which ha. "
,t.enJ.! J. C. WILLS, Poople Whose Solo RelaxationWas dollars.It largely advertised for sale, and we By which Marble may gather and cultivate ed into two sects, known as the General actually j.
L i Noble Grand. Cotton. add Particular the army details include the State Universities r' '
: Baptists. These two
is have and "cornmanures"
Hard Work. against the background of such "potato manures. "
!'..J. FiELDS;: Secretary. P. O. Box 41. Married, Washington, Ky., March- were once wide but for of Vermont West
..... a strenuous past that we find the Ken- offered for those respectivecrops apart, years Louisiana Vr -
'.. 1814 Samuel January to Hiss Pam alia. have been Tennese. Ohio
they closer *
if would alike drawing togetherinsomuch
tucky fair first projected by the intensely as they operate on .
improved Order of fled Men. Their Solemn Joys \Vere Few Simple and Wisconsin. Missouri.
Iowa \
January. T that a movement is now Met .'
.
Osceola Tribe !i.>. 1, Florida-CoancU 1'ar J .-tw >eii-Something of the practical and progressive spirit all soils. Nebraska, Nevada and \
kindled each Wednesday' Sleep a* I'irst 'alr Held West of that ruled among the Kentuckians in But scientific men have not aU fallen A oI4matcb..' on foot to unite them Colleges of < Caforni
Gees and
At Black Lake, L. L Pennsylvania
February -The Mae
the Allfffhanles. the into this and few average ckild knows more than
their Wigwam Ktarke, Ma. year 1816. Nothing could have error we quote a as Delaware
1828, James Anderson ,to .Miss Ann the teacher him credit for and ; Agricultural Collge'
invited gives 0
Transient brothers are cordially been conceived with soberer purpose a matter of caution to those who use of Massachusetts, North
to'attend.' J. O. HAYNES, Sachem.W. or worn less the aspect of a great pop- commercial fertilizers without first Bread. : the routine dri which Is too common East Maryland. Kansas -

.M. MKACHAM Chief of Resordg.CUUIlClf The nineteenth century opened ular pleasure. Picture the scene! A proving on a limited scale their fitness While toasts the torelr graces sPread. ly practiced which ignores what Georgia Forda lchlga -
IIII gravely for the Kentuckians. And fops aroW14*-!louer.rn the child knows instead and Coloro; Agricultur -
Little stupifiea -
and when and without already'
distinguished soldier and honored gentleman utility employed be contentetwtflx Ann Bread and '
iIIIIlflIII DIKECTORY.IlaplUt nkiu as was tho spirit of the people to with a taste for agricultureand first determining by trial whether the And won't hava, any.' .but' her.In of :stimulates the intellectual Mechac, Colleges Vlgib j.
that of Puritans, lifo among them had benefit Bozrah. Ct.. 1819. John faculties.-G reen wood. Alabama ad
Clturcli. fine cattle, has announced that on produced. where they do not AijgiMt, Texas and the Arkansas Industrial
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been almost as granitic in its hardnessand a certain day in July he will hold on fail will pay cost. Bate of Williamstown:Mass., to Miss -A movement towards Christianity
Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer University. Thus will be seen that
meeting, every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ruggedness and desolate unrelief. his farm a "Grand Cattle Show and Dr. Voelcker stated: "On some soils, Mary Ann Bass,, of the former place among the Jews of Siberia i reported these instructors i widely distributed

' J. M. CALDWELL, Pastor. Perhaps the ono creature in the county lair, free for everybody." The place more especially on poor, light pastures, after a courtship. of one hour. the leader bing a Polish Jew. Jacob the Union.a

14--It_ Sunday School meet* every jSunday that had been perfectly free to dance is near Lexington, which was then the the effect of bone-dust has been truly Is this not angling well I ask Sheinman by Eie to Siberia trough We also find officers stationed at some .

rmem..Ie.", morning at 10:30. when it chose was the bowing and retiring center of commerce and scat of refined marvelous; while in other localities Such tender bate to take tHe twenty years ago of avowed well known like Cornell

L.farllriel T. E. Bu", Superintendent.: buffalo. The only thing in the learning in the West. The meager they do not show any marked effect. I -The caught Bass In though one short caught hour the the Bate.Bass, belief In Christianity he there beganto University 'isttuton College, Rutger College --' '

log cabin that had sung from morningtill newspapers of the time have carried would advise making field trials on a Married-At WUliamsburg, on Frl proclaim his coKjictions. ( and the Sheffield Scientific Schoolof

night was tho spinning-wheel. Not the tidings to tavern and country limited scale before heavy is -St. Joseph's academy, at Greens
Presbyterian Churrb. every expense day April 15, 1853 by Rev. Mr. Ma- Yale University. Then Norwich
:ell.Go much behind those women but danger cross-roads. It is novel incurred. Bone meal is often wastedon bur Pa., has adopted the phcgraphEn
Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. a undertaking; lone at St. Peter's Church, W. Moonto t>e Pauw. Purdue. Wooster Universities
- It. B. MATTJCK, Pastor. anxiety, vigils, devastation mournful the like has never been known'this sido cold clay soils." Again: "Soils Miss Ann Cooke.He teaching elocution. It magnifies defects the University at Ada,and .
1:17&: School at 10 tragedies; scarcely ono of them but of enunciation, and at a recent Nora ,
Sunday every Sunday a.mL. of the Alleghanies. The summer morning vary much in composition, and hence is not mad, though lunar light the university of the South have ;
o.sI C. IIuLL, Supt. might fitly havo gone to her loom and come, you may see gathering avery the same manures which effect a rad- His broth did overlook test a pupi honestly tried to repudiateas army as also -

4t woven herself a garment of sorrow. remarkable company of gentlemen ical improvement in one locality are For he has gained to his delight not hi own a sgeech it had recorded. Knox istctor.Allegheny Colleges hTe
,
Not much behind thoso men but fellingof A wife that is a Cooke. He could not belieVe he was so faulty. Crel %
t l'fIf'&hoU" Churrli.Sen ; old pioneers Revolutionary soldiers often found of little use in another. His goose is cooked, and other maids: College of Iowa,and two St. .
.. ires vciy Sabbath 10:30 a.m. and trees clearing: of land, raising of volunteers of the war of 1812, A writer in the Journal of the Royal May envy her the boon. -The number f f converts in the Japan [leges, one in New York and the other -

7:30; ) p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday houses, opening of roads distressing walking in picturesque and threes Agricultural Society says: "I have Whose tall ambition wished and got mission of American board has in officers are also
aud Thursday at 7:30. problems of State, desolating of The bright man in the Moon. Increased in months from 4.226 Mal'yland Army
m wars out of tho little town to tho green woods seen bones applied and produce good fifteep assigned to the South "
.- G. D. TURNER, Pastor. tho rept bUc. Most of them, perhaps, where the fair is to be held; others jog- whatever; and on the other hand I have In New York March 1832 Thomas to 7,998 a gain of 2,867. This is the Carolina and Michigan Pennsylvania military, academies .
..., Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m.J. could remember tho timo when it was A. Secord to Miss Cordelia Ketcham. record of mission
CllAHLES UlCHARD ging thitherward along the bypathsand seen them used with immense advantage any to the School at Gar i
owI'IIfr.... t Supt.Cliriellan so common a fate among them for a newly opened roads through the I have seen guano produce a "Ketcham" Cordelia it you can?" connected with the board with the exception den City and Cathedrn to the of
1 she-'Secord's .
have, the man.to
',_.. man to bo killed that for one to lie dense forest, clad in homespun from splendid crop; while the year followingthe Married-At says December of the great gathering in the North Carolina. Bingham eol- '- -

ttrD, down and die a natural death seemed heel to head, and mindful of the cold crop was worse than before the Bridgewater, Sandwich islands.It It must ttthand _.
Church. 16 1788 Captain Thomas Baxter of
b
tat
.nIiIII almost an unnatural occurrence. is calculated make tho British oncee
Many to
lunches and whisky bottles in their was applied. -
: lets xL, 26; Acts xxvi., 4JS! ; I. Peter iv., 1& guano Quincy aged sixty-three, to Miss Whitman North, Et tle advantage .
have had
must in
their
II.JeN. faces the sad- feel small nation when read I
coat pockets or saddle-bags Hence the mistake sometimes madeat a they
some
! of
; per- a the system as by the Fif'
Services
each Lord's day at 3 p.m. of tho former place. aged fifty- amende
WI. ness that was in the face of Lincoln. haps, drawn thither in wagons and aris- experiment stations, in reportingtests that a special comaiissloner sent over
Congress, no officer detailed -
O. P. after and tedious courtship
YOUNG Pastor. seven, a long tnt i
-- Nevertheless, almost from tho first tocratic gigs once arrived, all stepping of fertilizers on tho circumscribed from Japan to report upon the condition tho '
; from
application !
of which except upon f ) ,,;
ASS Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 there had stood forty-eight years they
p.m. out the Kentuckians .
of Great Britain under
among around loftily on the velvet grass, peer- localities belonging to the stations, and Christianityhas authorities of the This '
..REn both sustained with uncommon forti institution application -
C. J. DENTON, SuptOF1'1UI.tL some broad, out-speaking, ont- curiously into each other's eyes, and which are often quite unlike the soils tude. made a feature in his report of the gives the number of 1

acting exhibitions of exuberant animal offering their snuff-boxes for a grand of other parts of tho country the ownersof amount of drunkenness he saw, and dents which the institution maes t j
In 1825 Rev. educark'-\
Concord
T vigor, of unbridled animal spirits. sneeze of convivial astonishment at the which they are intended to instruct February by recommends the Japanese not to adopt lug or able to educate. Army oj :
DIRECTORY. Dr. McFarland Solomon Payne, i '
Some of these were singularly and turn affairs Dr. Voelker said "Where good q the British rcligiot ..
wero taking whereby they : their
-' cers on part may } 1. / '-
Ct. to Miss Ruth Barker
,
Canterbury.
JL1Lcirn Oly Officer. .I faithfully enough in the ancestral vein could venture to meet under the clear farm-yard manure can be obtained at a. -It is a singular fact that Californiahas duty which is much app fl I t' .4
of Lemuel Barker of this
''.... .. Mayor-L. Witkovski. of English sports and relaxations- sky for so bucolic and benign an under- reasonable! price I believe it will be daughter: : no Sunday law. There was such a ant the details show covetd Ati, 1 .

1'B.1D1- 4Itlermeu-W. W. Sapp: U. D. Miner dog-fighting and cock-fighting, rifle taking; the five judges of the fair, com found the most efficacious and economical town. law, but it was repealed in 1883; yet it infantry, twelve and nme itilery :" 1.I

S George D. Pace, L. D.U'all, S. F.Gardiner. target shooting, wrestling matches ing from as many different counties, manure." Another writer in the Some Some females with a fall lovely in love swain with; wealth can not be said that there i any less ca.valr are whicvi .- ) f. ,

Clerk-B. E. Alvarez.TreasurerWaiter foot-racing for tho men, and quarter- tho greatest personages of their day- Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society But Ruth in the boom of health observance of Sunday since the repealof i a tolerably equal dvitoQ.dete among the \',.' .

Marshal-E. 1) Wall.Wills. racing for tho horses. Without any one, a brilliant judge of tho Federal said: "It is impossible to give Takes to herself a Payne. the law. On the contrr. an investigation three arm The Second Artillery get .. I

.1.. IU's Assessor-T. W. Sweat.County sense of making spectacles or of be- Court; the second, one of the earliest any definite rules without knowing tho In Concord October, 1809. JeremiahP. ebon that Sunday i observed rather the best of it. with four officers .- .;. I

coming themselves a spectacle in his settlers, with a sword hanging up at kind of land to be manure ." Raymond of Weare, to Miss Susan more as t sacred day the present detailed, while the Fourth has three, .

priel1IiI'ddrw tory, they were always read to form an homo to show how Virginia appreciated The preceding remarks and quota- Gale. year than it was the year the law the Third and First one each, and the '

IITOS( Officer impromptu arena and institute athletic his services in the revolution; tions are not mere theory on our part; A constant Gale forever prove. was repealed Fifth none. the cavalry the Seventhhas ;
CJonnty Judge-W. F. ilalphus. To fan the flame of virtuous love. I
1i..IJ, games. They had even their glad- tho third, a soldier and blameless gen but wo have made for many years similar f. .. three college details; the First,
Cjlerk of Circuit Court W"V 8ek.. -
in Boston. 1821 Rev. Wil.
- qheilir-H. W. Epperson. iators. Other rude pleasure were moro tleman of the old school; the fourth, tests in several instances and witnessed April by WIT AND WISDOM. Sixth and two each; the .4
Scnd.
liam Wilticutt to Miss Tenth
Tax Assessor-J. E.Wainright. truly characteristic of their local environments one of the few early Kentuckians who like results from the experienceof Sabine Joseph rule the rich love to Third and one each, and Oth
display
Susan Whitmarsh after tedious court-
Tax Collector-M. M. Hale. -the log-rolling and the brought into the new society the noble others.-Country Gentleman. a -A er regiments ntme. In the
the _... __ ship of thirteen days, and but thirty-five their wealth..except when (he assessor infantry
Superintendent quilting, social frolic of the
of Scbools-J. L. Hill. narvebling. style of country-place with park and the Second has four; the Thirteenth ;
D-
County BUn'eyor-W. H. Edwards, C. the merry parties of flax-pull deer, that would have done credit to an POTATO-ROT PRECAUTIONS. days after the death of his former wife. comes around.-T xas Sif tings. and Eighteenth three each; the Sixth, .
Bounty Commissioners.. Witkovski and the The best it seems for a deep sorrow to -When a man, is a little short in
pnes: ers. corn-husking at nightfall, English lord; and the fifth, in no respect Bow to rrevent the Appearance or theLHseaie way Fifteenth and Twenty-fourth two each, ..;
1) li. Knight: E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinhole when the men divided into sides, and inferior to the others. These Next Season. smother money affairs, he,makes even by being .
au. For the loss of wife is-to another.
a
marry
iter, M. V. Smith.: long in making payments.-N. Pic andnecessariy.mayothenhavenone. .-
the green '
- glass whisky bottle, stopped "perform the duties assigned them Many a potato-grower who naturally In West Springfield Mass.. December 0 the sixty army navy om -

IUI1.IM'I"o. << I with a corr.cob."a'i' filled and re. 'with assiduity." and hand over to expected, and ought to have two hun- 1826, Stephen Bumprey. aged sev- ayune. cers allowed under section 1,226 of "

..er, Mate ORJrcr filled and passed from mouth to their neighbors as many as fifteen or dred bushel per acre finds the yield enty-six, a revolutionary pensioner, to Industry doth preserve and perfectour Revised Statutes, under details are
Goveinor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville, in and possible
it
.. nature, keeping good tune
I fli O'I mouth until out of thoso less than one hundred bushels of sec-
lusty twenty premium silver cups. costing. Miss Sarah under section On the "
illlo becretaiy of State: -John L. Crawford Dewey, aged thirtyeight.In and 'advancing it 1.260
throats rose and swelled rhythmic twelve dollars After ond-rato tubers some of which are decayed temper. improving
fir apiece. which. whole, considering number
Cr4wfordville.4ttorney.GeneralWilliam ;6, he fought and bled; toward its bt't large -
- LamarMon. choral song that could bo heard in with many interchanges of high-toned and many more affected-a disheartening At seventy-six he woo'd and wed. stfe. of stations, occupied by our forty regiments

,A- tlc$llo. tho deep woods a mile or more away; felicitations. tho dignified asscinblago outcome largely: due to ox- In Washington, May 11 183-1. Joshua -le who tells a lie is not sensible of tho line, and the many cal,

1;4reasurer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. nt midnight thoso who were sober took!: variously disperses-part through the cessivo growth of a fungus that first at- Peck to Miss Amelia BusheL great a. task he undertakes; for ho for details from companies for varioui .

Commissioner of Agriculture B. homo those who wore drunk. But of woods again, while part make up a tacked tho upper leaves, and from Alzookers bobs and wedding cakes! must be forced to invent twenty moro services, the supply of officers for -

-ERS W< mbwell.I course nono of theso were organized goodly company and return to the lit- thero rapidly passed into tho stems What changes of measures marriage makes? to maintain
,A..:",DP omptroller-Genernl D. Barnes. amusements. They are not instances of tle town. Here some inspect the manufactures and down to the tub rs. This mildewis Quick as a thought at Hymen's beck.A -The man who has never tried it There hardly any way of exactly determining -

...... 4djutl1ut"Uenerr.l-David Long, CedaffKeys. their taking their pleasures sadly, but and predict that Lexingtonwill so small that when seen in quantityit Bushel changed into a Peck. thinks that it is" easy enough for anyone i how much good done by
.. June 26, 1815 in Carroll County N. to make and it is. but it I
of jokes so
attempts to do much ;
hard. like tho
- rough rival Mancheter or Birmingham; appears a frosty covering on this sort "of work or rather thereseems -.
Superintendent of Public InstructionAl *. C., by Rev. B. Graves. Captain Wm. is hard for the 'ker to other .
work with j< get people "
gladness. Other occasions surface of the leaf. In short
rBE others find tho ,taverns and there mol- decaying a to have been no thorough or
ert Russell, Jacksonville.PROFESSIONAL Graves of John Graves, Esq., to
son to indorse thenSomerville JournaL I.
also which have tho semblance of timo the vines become affected -
CARDS popular lowed by their whisky and their pipes turn of General comprehensive study of its actual results j
joys, and which certainly were not talk over their wars and woundsasfine brown and die after which there can Miss Nancy Graves, daughter J ; but the last Congress evidently '.

'U VEYI G. CIVIL ENGINEERING.R. passed over without merriment and and rich a motley of Canterbury be no further growth of tubers. 1 find Asariah Graves.The Laziness.grows on people; it beginsin considered the system worthy of being .

..-..: turbulent disorderly fun. in largo fields thus prematurelydead. graves 'tis said. cobwebs and ends in iron chains. I
reality in
F. ENSEY pilgrims as anywhere else the world many Will yield the dead continued and even enlarged.-N. Y.'J
6 were set apart for the gravast of civic could have gathered together at tho Tho soil is loaded with water by When Gabriel's trumpet shakes the skies; The more businosp man has to do the Sun.

.. cx.v.Ix.lI;;;; EN'Gzr.rEE: and political reasons; militia musters, sign of a village inu. Such. then was recent heavy rains-a condition most But if God please more he is able t
tt.- I STARKE, FLA.flra12l1'btlnll' stump-speakings, county court day assemblages the first Kentucky fair. It was a trans favorable for decay of the potatoes. It dozen From living Graves folks! may like rise.theseA learns to economize h .-. Sidney THE HUMAN VISION _

! : and the yearly: July cele plantation to Kentucky, not of the Eng- is therefore evident (tho mildew beinga Smith.A. It EteDd From a Distance of reD Mile .
Mo.
estimates, leveling, eta. ex.- At Herculaneum May 23 1821
.iP!
uted with brations. Still other pleasures of lover of moisture that the tubers great many people worry and to the Stan
..Lto accuracy and dlspalob. wero lish or European fair, but of the Eng- )
S. Aus- '
Jfern.8. fj: ca3h.I John W. Honey, Esq., to Mary : "How far can a man.see? the -
.-,. liar day an economic or utilitarian nature. Thus lish cattle-show. It resembled or sug- should be removed from the soil and i fret and strain every tension nerve was
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rMOo tho novel and exciting contests by par- gested the fair only in being a placo kept dry and cool. It will be well to ten. From sweet flowers the busy bee fifty-one weeks in a year to earn dol not extremely definite inquiry made bya

- I J. 0. HAYNES ties of men at squirrel-shooting lookedto for buying and selling. And it was leave the potatoes on the ground long Can scarce a drop of honey gather; lars. Then with battered, broken reporter yesterday of a pbysici whois

- the taking of that destructive ani not so much as thought of in tho lightof enough to dry off completely, after But oh how sweet a flower' is she down systems they devote a week to something of a specialist matters

[..AllIIWi I mal's scalp to say nothing of the skin; a merrying-making or great popular which they may be stored where they Who turns to Honey altogether. repairs. In'such : contest the cemetery pertaining to the eye.To .

i: DE33SJ; T 1: S T, tho hunting of thc beehives in the amusement. It seems no't even to have will not bo covered with any moisture.A will win every time. the stars' was the equally indefinite

\\ooJshadsomo regard to tho scarcityof taken account of the manufactures good way until cold weather comes Simple Cure for Cramps.A Nothing Is 4o tiresome as walking answer.

I OfEcc\ 0rer Jones Brick lOeL sugar; and the nut gatherings and then so important an industry-or of would bo to place them in an airy loft physician made this statement: through a beautiful scene with a minute The line of inquiry in regard to tho .. .

\vild-giapegathei-ings by younger folksin agriculture.James Lane Allen, in or barn either in a thin layer on a dry "When I have a patient who is subjectto philosopher a bjtanist, or pbble scope of vision was suggete by the ,7
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iiiUGo I & WILLS the gorgeous autumnal days wero Harper's Magazine. floor or in shallow bins. A sprinklingof cramps I advise him to provide himself gatherer who i!:eternally calnz your fact that no two persons w1 agree 8 '':
In from features of to the limitations of human vision; of ;
partly memory of a scant unvaried -. air-slaked lime, a handful to a bushel with strong cord. A long garter attention tla grand .

larder which might profitably draw The Secret of Happiness. may bo applied when placed in a bin will do if nothing else is handy. When tho natural pict'r to look at grapes half a dozen persons on the tower of the

;Attorneys at Law, upon nature's rich and salutary hoard. to kill any germs that may be on their the cramp comes on take the cord, and lucky-stones.rSir Walter Scott. Wider building no two wi agree. One .-

I Perhaps the dearest pleasures among The truo secret of happiness lies in surface. The vines should have been wind it around the leg over the place -Guilt, thought! it may attain temporal will cla that the ten mile .

j J STARKE, FLA. them were those that lay closest to contriving to be continually pleased burned before the potatoes were dug. that is cramped and take an end in each splendir. c.n never confer real and others will insist that they can see .

.'rctIe'iti all the Courts In the Fount their dangers. They loved the pursuitof rather than highly pleased. and this' U Frequent visits should be made to tho hand and give it a sharp pull one that happiness. The evil consequences of sixty miles

l'<Ja_jiUthOjtQrcujt& marauding parties the solitary chase; best effected by providing constant em storage-room and any decaying tubers will hurt a little. Instantly the cramp crime long survive their commission. The physician appealed to said that t

1 F. J. FIELD were always ready to throw away the ployment for our time. Business and removed before they contaminate sur- will cease and the sufferer can go to and. like the ghosts of the murdered forty miles would probably b the limit "
axe and the mattock for the which A forever haunt the steps of from the standpoint of the tower of the
rifle and the those preparations of pleasure rounding potatoes. damp, warm bed assured that it will not come again '-i
knife. Among all pleasures, at the partake of the nature of business, as requiring close cellar would be sure to urnsh: that night.-N. Y. World. ; tor. The paths of virtue, though very Wider building to a person with nor < (

rtk M : \\J very extreme of peacefulness, wero the long contrivance and application. the conditions that would result in de I -. seldom those of worldly greatness. are mal vision That would be the line of .: :'.

a weddings. For plaih reasons they were are more productive of enjoyment cay.-Prof. Byron D. Halstead. in N. The Fancies of Fashion. always those.>f p'easantnessanJ! peace. the horizon. A long-sighted person ,

commonly held In the daytime. And than pleasure itself. Nor is it the least Y. Tribune. Church Union.: could see no farther, but could see objects ":

STARKE, FLA. as it was, the men often rode to them distinguishing mark of difference be- ___ a- Smalley-How is this, Oppenheimer? -The best of our glad days sometimes on the horizon plainer. A nearsighted

&UIWOKGLJAPATEED.' Box it armed, and before leaving, too often tween the civilized and the savage that An 1810 Census Book. You had this same suit out in front of come quickly following the most person would of course, be correspondingly

_L made them scenes of carousal and unchaste the one spend their days in idleness John T. Beach has come into posses- your store labeled "winter style" last sorrowful, just ai mist and storm are limited.

PEEK & F1UZEE jocularities. After the weddingcame and gaping, unless while fighting with sion of valuable relic in the shape ofa Christmas. often succeeded t by the clear shining Another gentleman who was present -. -

1\ the "inf are," with the going from man 0:' beast whereas, the others havea census book of tho United States said Oppenheimer not, mine vriend? after the rain. :No one may b sure said that he had stood on the heights __

home of the bride to the home of the multitude of employments to busy census having been taken in 1810. The Smalley-And now you've got it out that to-morrow 'will be beautiful, but ten miles north of Bowmansville. Can.,

orncjs at Law and Notaries groom. Above every thing else that themselves upon-N. Y. Ledger.A volume is very yellow and fly specked.It in front marked "summer style. he can hope st. and there i a pleasure on a clear day and distinguished the -

seems to strike the chord of common -. .- is a foot and a half by one foot in Oppenheimer Vull you know der in looking for streaks of light in our outlines of the south shore of Lke Ontario -

Tllt1E, BRAUFOKD CO., FLA.AWracts happiness in tho society of the time, New England manufacturer says dimensions. In this 1810 census book styles vas gonstantly shanging. sunsets that we should not deny our. had. and seen at night the from revolving the sae lights position at- --

stands out to the imagination the that street musicians are a serious expense what are now States were known as America. selves.-United Presbyterian.It Oak The heights referred to

pepiaJty. of Title and lteaElJtate LaW a picture of one of these processions-a to manufacturing companies in districts, while there were six Territories > S is wonderful how men change to are (Ocha feet above the levelof
-Lots of eastern tourists the hurd
,)ottng.AJlutraets. .Lien., furnished lax showing: every Attach-D ed. long bridal cavalcade winding slowly country townsA gypsy girl playinga ; -Orleans, Mississippi Louisiana, plains buy blankets and other across articlesof a changed heart! Being ennobled our- the lake

lIleilt and Ian mat ten bale.of public Judgment record and t1eIffcthg along a narrow road through the silent tambourine recently passed his establishment Indiant, Illinois and Michigan. Tho sel.esve see noi>le things, and loving The use of a telescope had verified

seq Title of Heal Estate:: in Bradford primeval forest, now in the sunlight and. he says, cost the company grand total including both free persons .wear from the Indians at gig prices find out love. LitHe! touches of courage the fact that the shore outline had been
ity, n tyrida, Abstract.JUBAUQUAUTEKS and lots of the stuff is bundled of
up to date of out -
now iu the shadow of mighty trees about $200. Every employe i. and slaves, was 7,229,803, which contrasts of goodness of 'love in men. which seen with the naked eye The same -
the car windows within half an hour. said that he had found that -
1J _a meeting over the way, at the head of the big factory ran to a window, ar 1 strangely with the 65.000,000 of The Indian has no objection to the in- formerly looking for perfectin. wo on gentleman the ocean the hull of a vessel disappeared '

YOU tho young lovers, so rudely mounted, work was suspended for nearly a quarter to- ay. and no slaves at that. There sects. passed by no.w Attract lke tO\veN at a distance of abut ten mie

P EO: simply dressed. and following in of an hour. Every circus paratl were but five districts out of the -. S beside n du /y highway. We take if the observer stood on the ck an.

LIti XJ.\TSUE-I..A.NO: : their; happyvak as though they costs them hun l"t't1s of dollars, ar. i tveuv\-six di-trictd and Territor.ej "Cheesine" the most recent American them R key m> ti e character rn-J;: door other vessel. and tho masts dsapFeare '

ieprescntlne t the Liverpool au a London were the augury of a peaceful era soca when a minstrel biass baud inarchc i wherein there wore no slaves.chcner .-l1.Ln.: product, ia laid to be compose } gl.kimmUk after : pen to U*-Christian; i at about thirty or thirty-fve me. 4 3'

t I t.Q11. cob gDJ&DJ! tt come, a .1\r iilWi. fe r9eu UQQ of j by It coats them $2u to $30. Union" alkali and hog fats. a; Work. !., ': ; (S. Y.) Dem\rit

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WF7TX TLO1IDL. EcUtllr"JtLEGnAPHlr. J. W.C.I lienltb., bo Ibe Frenchman drinks with : iHp eial. TRUBY STERNBURfi AND CO. Old Reliable

# Peter*, in his recent Article ou tbe use and bit dinner pint or more of pure juice oftbe Floridian

"_ 71.C.WEBK abuse of, liquors.! Ims presented a sirotig grape. sour wine without sugar .ira It is with pleasure that, we announce ,
FOR A tWlIOLE
'tnmncbir' and an aid to digestlooaiid: it ti .1 n.ut.EHURGED
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Editor and Publisher p artisan detente ()I Ibe iiquor-eellei'. .
4J 0 view; I ut ii I ill orx-n to tbe charge of beingmewhat is undoubtedly a benefit to him: to our many patrons that we u Pae,

,;.1JC..Olf $1.00 AKntrjnt TEAR. so cxlruviignnt. His comparison Europeans tine liquors practically asrood -CJ. oInnna. ENlARGED

of l 14'C'r lo bread is unfortunate to say the Americans use them ns a beverage }have (again) .made arrangements Rwrra

", \eJ Af&trding to Act ff Co'.tfTfM in let SPI. It Is iruo. the aid of fermentationcr ate a portion sociA] treat.of strong Europeans drink take every a mod-day. with that wide-awake, illustrated Bright Bits of Xs and Choice ReacI1q
I U Inrnkrd in bath
_. ; ? tit:t\t OJlfrt'ilnT1t.. Fla.. at Ixtona'Mr. ; but case witb their dinner and supper and are the ')tallt'r. ..

; & '. ;:1i : IJMu JJattfr i bread Hint process of fermentation Is arrest better for..it Americans' swallow'' fiery farm magazine the AMERICAN Groceries Provisions, Flour,
rd before it reaches tbe udead.n e" ; They want to sell you your Published at Tallahassee Fla
---' draughts between meals on em jty stomachs -
F beyond wbRh lies narrows' murder and ,
,. r. ',' 6. Powers gives In viewfl on the penitentiary. Sleep is sometimes wonderfully ; it flies te heir heads and makes FARMER published at Fort \%apse, Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. EVERY TUE DA Y. ffi
them drunk with all Its train if crime and _
like but there is Advertising rake on application.
death ,
Jcmperance question t bin week. very woe The European sits quietly down tothe Ind. and read by nearly 200,000 Notions. scribe :N. RnK.
importance difference betweeu them in They want to sell you yonr Dry Jowls and now. an. BOWEjf _i
;' ); Ilii j article,is well worth ; 'obr,time. that death goes a little too far (for one'shealth taM TA0to with his customary dcaibovtelle Publish land Proprietor._ ;

_ i. _____' ). of wine, or be goes with _his wife farmers, by which that great publication Furnishing Goods. A
and children to the beer-pirden or beer- They want to sell yon your Clothing: PI INrEK INK. :
.1. Mr. Peters :
arti to Again "Nor do I
_ ',:' A Intercepting < on pro.tl says:
_
very hall and leisurev) sips his flagon of beer will be mailed direct, FREE,
think thnt a church bell was ever A ;*" VOB AbYZLrj
rung .
)lubition the of Mr. R. H. with a loaf rf coffee-bread or a stale yeast
pen and
( from where the rum-seller's was not want to sell Hats Caps. P..DTER8: notu what b't'vertleerL"
your just
money biscuit (far different from the- abominable to the'address of of our subscribers They you : ; ..'to ;
any a f ILls 1,.
this henrd.
ii necessarily delayed plainly A small amount of the isaijed.
!
nt.ony that is stained bot soda biscuit of America), ,mingling a\Ja day of each month aad hi tZ A:
with the blood of
Liceek Lut will appear i in 01 r next. men money and the tears of widows and orphans. both with abundant small talk and Uuebter. who will come in and pay They want to sell you your Boots, Shoes and libbers. rr & ") rnaJ-the tradeot
upe-i-of America advertisers. ItteQsUMhT '

_: : 'Jk.Jrorlt'jI Magazine- for November may metal sometimes that rings out.go into"Peace tbe on bcncflcknl earth and solid, perhaps hour in witb the meal music; and too lie consuming goes about a up all arrearages on subscription I They want to sell You Your Jlardware, Tools and Building tenfna Co .benmo and Inexperienced articles bow.advertiser when ,and bIi1.-., .

his work again refreshed and nourished. Material. advertise; how to write out an .
':&. .111 A lrry interesting nu nber and good would will to men claim; that but even Mr., Peters The American rushes into tbe'saloon. bot' and one year in advance from date, me.ihowto.dl9play; whatne. .: ,1
hardly rum-sellers are jn otbflr media t'o use; how much to
&boutd he. read by every thinking the habit of 0 and thirsty jtut before dinner, and gulps >V Agricultural Im- r t1Acours on thadtt expw4 i4
/ church-building. no, they down that steals his subscriber who will They want to sell you your Wagons, Buggies, every point .,
I and
a fiery potion away to any new proUhlediscuwlOii.. U rnn ifrrrrtha .
are not in tbe habit of it: and habit is what .'
i is .
in America. The FRUTEBS
person story brain. plements Seeds and Fertilizers. INK can help yew. Perh p ,.' ,
f will count when to knock at St.
. we go up advance. This is a tier4 but ten dollars a in .
one in year adrertMafif
Germany have stalwart '
In seen two pay year .
_j worth the cost of the magazine for Peter's door after-life's fitful fever" is Saddles Harness and in 1'1 *TERS't:E mllY Iihow you bow to .i?.
laborers sit down to small table wHit want to sell you your Whips
Tbe saloon Is the a one They dou ole the service Jou are now get foe lot
tho ladle f over. not exactly vestibule : grand opportunity to obtain a first .j..
: I huge bowl of beer between them sod pro.to hah he money. yean subscrIption .
lit
?* to the church-not exactly I In fact they want to sell you everything yon may need. Give them cocts krt
., ONDOLLAR:a sample copy cocta bat
It f ceed crumb their rye bread (Pumpernickct free. The J'hei"
.' 1I4 ,Mr. J. W. liushnell rcptieg to Mr. neophytes California of I the have Catholic seen the church poor Indian go' to ) into it ns Americans would into class farm journal trial, and you will be convinced that they will save you money hut Odw.understood Advertising by is few.an art The practiced conductor by iniT %"

}N: Peters in this issue. If Mr. Bnnh-' mass in the old mission cathedra* in the milk. They were ou the tight- track; they AMERICAN FARMER is a large 16- on everything You buy f nd at the same time guarantee the quality "' INK understand It thorwrt tf. 10'-1':
.. : regntded beer as food. their adrice. based on an ezpariesoMif .
k* and' morning then come out nnd hasten away journal of natural ,circuJitiol, and quantity of 600(18.f Sort than t.enty aye years,will help 4
nell would- In short the 10..w.
, stop at temperance lo tbe bull-fight and the diunkeu debauch Europeans use. strong page) I dress. : CEO. P. RO ELL a CO'S <

: not favor prohibition, there would for the rest of the day. This, mixture of drink, the Americans abuse it. The American which ranks among _the leading ag: Newspaper Yl'niBbic Buresa, .gj
religion, bulls and rum was not good it saloon kept only by men frequented "T 10 Spruce 8t,New YorkT

-. : J,e inor hope for his ides. peing rcal- was not savory. The screen that stands; only by men the scene of drunkenness ricultural papers. It treats the Oct:5. '

-'I jzed in this tnt(. j jicrial within the street door of the soloon would I and debauchery, is.a nuisance and a curse.I TRUBY STERNBURG & COMPANY :

not fit well in a church window. haul almost said an unmitigated curse question of economy iu agriculture FOR SALE: Ml
and so it is if not taxed. The saloon oughtto
'b But we can well afford to smile tt someof
attention called' to the' the extravagances of IIr. Peters'. of be taxed, and taxed so btgb as to driveth and the rights and privileges of that

% lagc display advertisement in this which the above meutioned are samples, %riff-raff and low guzzlers out of the of citizens American .
vast body FLORIDA. Acres
Clark fcJLoftns off for they are harmless and are not without b usiness. Tax ..them so high that only STAR.KEiii (?_ }. Forty of Land
i'ue of Messrs. men of means and character can eotr.r lbs
scintillations of Farmers whose is the
unconscious
some humor. industry
atbo\'iJle. Thettc gentlemen" art* &nt(! humor Is a good thing in this dull olor'd. i business. Tax distilled tea times as high i nearly all cleared and t
as malt or vinous liquors and try to drive basis of all material and national
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We 1 afford
furniture dealers in the w can, say. to pass them FURNITUREHOuSE
t\\ > largest of
them
liy with a smile and the better because of r oqt use stabereraiges.Th&duni
__ ..' state and can sell their goods very the substantial agreement wbich we find I rI john kept quietly'and decently in the citizen's prosperity. Its highest purpose is fenced. 100 Bearing i.
own ho use.ts respectable tbe saloon
low accouht nf iu large ourselves able to accord to bis mUo con ; : the elevation and ennobling of Agriculture
.... on buying tention. with its foul stench and. -ribaldry- is the and Orange Trees 50 Bear1

lots. Send to them for prices. 1. A vast majority of the best-informed I vestibule of beL! ;:- through the higher and
There is ir"D.-dttrerenc between
an

: In another column will be found nnd prohibition judicious 0thinkers the ordinary are satisfied American thai strong drink s;ftxMjfur as a berlthful broader education of'men and women ing Pear Trees plenty a :

stimulant rendering}l equivalent to food)
I the double column advertisement, of MMIRC humbug.of tbe word Tbn) is an bitterest arrant fanatic and arrogant cannot and strong drink.t&ktmon" the empty; engaged in its pursuits. The FURNISHING GOODS1 of other trees such asPum. ?

stomach and acting U1 a narcotic.,and i ioiseD. a I
the of souve nirs by the deny that alcohol bus tame !t
: gung away uses a regular subscription priceof the t J
Tbi differeuc be
p *btigul to constantly
_t Sub. I The I have h 8lr 'cbnine, opium .and the mos Jiud Persimmon Fig ;
ropical. management brought out emphasized
baneful t drugs known tq ence. Counterfeit : vlMERiCAX FARMER is $1.00 per ,
;. adopt thin plan as a quick and easyway money is wholly biJP nd the making There are some stomachs to'which even a PLch
thimbleful of alcohol is there
narcotic and
of it can be and is virtually prohibited ; year. IT COSTS YOU NOThING Orange Pear.
to raise needed In I others in condition
_ money. are u perfectly healthy
ticket admittance But anything which I Is of use to n.an wil l to which a gill or more would be only a From any one number ideas can be L; LARGEST STOCK I U S FINEST ASSORTMENT I
buying a you buy an continue to be made and if made it wil 1 beneficial The above is a.number
stimulant The physicians recognize
to the opening of the SubTropical be sold and used. And it suld and used this point of narcosis as ills worth thrice the subscription piicc EVER BROUGHT TO THIS STATE.
how much and by whom? That is the
-. and-get a valuable prize question- governments to determine 4, termed up to.which the individual may to you or members of your hou!e- one piece of property, i :
proceed with safely, but beyond which 5
ttnd they wand its t
powerless in hit
free. The Sub-Tropical| is a stateinstitution Men have mouths, and who shall presence say ventures at his peril. Every person hold, YET YOU GET IT FREE. Call 1 500 Bedroom Sets in Mahogany, \Valntit, Cherry and AntiqueOak and will be sold on easy ; d
ascertain for himself Ibis of narcosis .
tsbould be point
and an such what shall fill them? Can any set of men r and other woods at from $18.00
-that is. the amount of drink that and tpw.uds.lau .
see sample
strong
under heaven to what I copy.
prescribe me shal I
*_ supported by c\ery person in theKtate. wiU act on birnsimpy! as a beneficial terms. Address this office
eat and drink? or when? or bow To r ; Parlor Suits, Tapestry Plush, Moguette Leather, Reed Rat 01
stimulant and
beyond which be cannot
; where? : h h B
1 .
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; 1 That is my business, and I will tolerat.. go- with impunity. With some persons.it tan and Haircloth, fron $30: .00 upwards. for further particular -
requires only two grains of quinine to
County Commissioners Court. no interference: with it. Requiring! thai I I
NOTICE OF ELECTION. 200 Rolls China Straw
Matting at 10 cents and
produce a given effect while with others a yard
i Board mtt Nov. 4th 1889. All I 11ft liquor shall be sold "except on a phys up
lour live be needed. the Electors of the
I ician's certificate" or Braids may T O ALL AND SINGULAR wards. .
_ members pj{.ient. Minutes of last -pooh, what folly"Who Once more: Tbe paramount lesson the County of Bradford,State of Florida: F
to simple as not to know that thphysician's of order '
That in
KNOW
YE an
meeting approved. Mrs. Victoria cerlificnle stands in the way of American bus to learn is not to take strong. made in opea sesio.pursuance by the Board of CountyComir WINDOW SHADES BED SPRINGS. PATENTS

Sykes and Mrs. Kcze h Slade were nobody but the respectable man? The waters un an empty stomach. is'iocers of said County on the Tth div ofOctober. HANGING LAMPS l MATTRASSES ,
0
_ S. POWERS. A. D. ISS), that there will be an Election -
dropped from pauper 'list. Mrs.' l low fellow gets his liquor without any held in said Cou>.ty on the 15th day 0'Nov. CROCKERY SETS, PILLOWS. Caveats business and conducted Trade-Marks for obtained and all PaUent
Lawtcy, Fta., Xov. 8. 1889 MODERATE FEES.
.t Mary French and Mrs. j Polly Ann such flummery; then why bother the man ember to determine whether or not Si irttnous. TIN HE rs. Our office is opposite United State Patent Of P
Malt t-hall be Fold In BLANKETS
Vinous or Liquors saul
of character with it? fice, and we can secure patent In less time.ad at
I]
Ilaztri were put on pauper list at I firmly btlieve that if the men \\hare Ode who Knovrs. C out-.as. provided for In Chapter 3700. Laws of STOV'ES nnd COOKING WARE. COMFORTERS..A.T --cost than those remote from W&l'biodoa.nd

: $2.50 each month. Monthly al enlisted The following testimonial is from a Florida.Gh model drawing or nhoto. with descrip rt
the
per on side of Tie mmiufar en under my hand aNd FPA! of offloe. at
-' : .. lowancu of Mrs. Kezeali ,Benton increased lure, Sale and use of liquors were enliswdon gentleman who knows our formula ami is Starve, this the 11th day of tk-tober. A. I).ISH'J. ALL IBOTTOIM: IRIOEJS, tion- .We Our advise ftwootdue if patentable till patent or te not secured.. free of 11clUl1tf' ac

to 350. Order the bide of prohibition, they could thoroughly acqu.-iinU-d with the curative [SEAL] W. T. \V tEss. A LiTTLE B OK"-How to Obtain Patents."
,wan passedto Clerk Circuit Court.Ocl11ft.kl
of Tonic. The know I with names actual clients in pI
make it or at least come much properly our way tc your state.county
carry
build a bridge across Five Mile or town sent -. Address. B
i nearer to that tremendous consumnuuio the merits is to try the article. Any practicing CLARK & LOFTUS. t -

- _- creek where the Lake Butler roadand than the men who arc now acting in its physician who des'res the formulaof Notice for Publication. C.A.SNOW&CO

I Worthington Springs road crossa.d championship. Why? Because they bar Dr. Westmoreland's Culisaya Tonic .,
executive force and practical may obtntn it from the WestmorelandCalisaya LAUD OFTTCE GAINESVILLE. FLA )I. 40 and 42 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville I Opp. Patent Office, Washington O. C. ;
creek. Board the arc
___ \ appointed men October 101 h.1'9. f Oct2S
the while the vast majority of the prohibitionists Tonic Company Greenville S. ? 'onCE i ill hereby given that the following- --- m
following inspectors at coming 1* .
C. This letter is from malarial beet!ion. .' S-S'
arc unpractical, unsophisticated und a named Miller has filed notica of his intention Notice. ;
.
,' \ wet or.dry election: Distr. No. 1- incapaciated by nature for the West Point. Miss. to make final proo'ib support of his claim $1,000.00 UIo

:/:. %' >"WGeorge, E: L Stafford, Stephen ol men and the conduct of government affairs.- Having shown me the formula tar make and and Receiver that aid U.proof S. Land will be omce made, before at Gaiutsville RegLstcr, 7HEREAS the estate David M.L.F.Alvarez Brown,administrates late of Bradford r

_ :_'oUV M Redding, clerk. District In many cares I regret to, say that Ibis is ing your Tonic while visiting your city Florida on County, State of Florida deceased has filed lam It
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not the worst that can be affirmed of the past summer I take great pleasure! in DECEMBER 15TH. 1889, ;office a suggestion of the insolvency of said
ftp. 2 John Croft, F M Hird, T P E recommending it. 1 am delighted wilh il v ir: Jobn Hanson. Melrose.Fla.. H E. No. 11183forthe FOR, onsrxrz" $L.OO i estate these are therefore to notify all person 8\1
them cither. General
Regfster inspector J G Bird clerk.DM. Fiske himself, the: W.l Sec 2 Tp 8 S Range 23 E., He names holding claims against said estate to file the
; late prohihition:candidalc for president Is; having given it in my practice successfully the following witnesses to prove his continuous Ten Thousand Dollar la souvenIrs to be Given Away on the Grand Openingof name In my office duly authenticated on or by r
No. 3-S W Roberts, W C H pieleulious humbug who wan laughed and lo members of my OWN family residence upon and cultivation of. said land viz: the tho Second day of January.D. $.on which
.. Kerce J E Townsend ) inspectors i out at St. Louis for the swashbucklei, sufferiu'; from malarial tox nilt. George Chestnut Sr..George(Ph-! ut,Jr.. Peter daj there wiU be made a pro rata dIstribution of
; all
Uogan,James Swindol. of Melrose. Florida. ton assets ot said estate among the creditors of
_ C \V Douglass, clerk. Dist. No. 4- gush and effusion with which he proclaimed Very truly, B. S. Duncan, M. D. ALEXAKDKK LYNCH, Rt'ptf'r.Iaster's FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION. the same. .
his intention of going out to fight For sale by Rivers & Joiner. Witness my hand and seal this May 24th.A.
A C Odom, G W Clyattb, B M \Vlianm \\I- WM. F.XaLrsrcas.
Btei Price -
ling -and did not. Governor Sale.By D11i
_ : inspectors; JV Osteen, ci'k. 8t. John is a bundle of inflated cm>ceil: A government report on "root Thursday afternoon, January 9th. 1890. 47-timo] County Jndc D
virtue of and In of an order and
I DiKt NQ. 5-E P Ward,| I) Pinhols- and prejudice. Dr. Leonard, who ran as knot," recently issued, states that decree of the Hon.James pursuance M.Baker, Judge of t!'. -

ter, D Ji Deakle, inspectors; J M the prohibition candidate for governor of that disease is spreading with fear- Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and for the. PARTIAL LIST OF SOUVENIRS: Florida Trunk Line. a
Ohio, is a hypocrite who tool: ale and County of Bradford dated October 2"<. A. P.18M
4 clerk. Distr. tfo. 6-G VV
Smiley, ful rapidity Jerusalem oak >. in a matter wherein Lester ColvIn is conplainaut So.. '
toast for dyspepsia, ou his physician's advice imong Valuation.
and James 8. A. Snowden and Susan P.
I' McKinney W Sappj| M Blitch, and at a camp-meetiug retired to the I dog fennel and pur.hne.Ve can, Snoxvilen.bl wife defendants.. the undersigned 1. Certified check for... .. .. ... -....- ...... "... ........ ._... .,$1,000 DLOI.lliCENTRAJ T'I '

'G incpectors; W T Dryden, den ,'oodllund partook of thisagrcenble'"med however, console our farmers with ,as Special Master appointed by mid Court 2. Knali" upright piano ebcniltsd case engraved panels, stool and scarf. 600 & PENINSULAR R. R.

District No. 7-E Ilieks, J Allen, icine" sitting on a solitary log, far removed the fact that llcrmmla crabgrass in auction pursuance in front of said of the decree Caurr will house sell door at public in the 3. Parlor stilt 5 pieces magnificent silk hr0C3 lIe. with silk plUS trim T

J S (;ricr, inspector F Adams as he supposed, from the prying eyes I grass, I Town of Starke.in the said County of Brad lord. mill!", us follows: One large *of*. in terra cotta. otir 11S1les! easy Formerly the F. B. *IV.C.. t-3 _
. of Ihe ungodly.The and te.i-\vtod are not attacked: between the legal hours of\!.. on Moo 13'",the chair in olive, one gent's easy chair in blue, one large reception chtir iOndsird Time Ved.-JaR. S I.... -

r': rlfrk. L I U Wall, F 1( Douglass typical prohibition! is lacking In I and will help them to pass away the &legal 1 day sale of day December,the following A. D. 1899.described the saire land being being a in olive, one Urge reception ch; ir in old gold, .. .... .... 250 I 7 SOUTHERN DIV'N.I a I 4

S P Crews and W M Redding tendered balance and force. As Henry Ward I time in the future. the propertY of the Maid James 8.A.Snowmen 4. Pair diai. nd eardrops best quality ... .. . ...._.. 250 S 0)p'10 10 a Lv Fernandina Ar a OR piISOp S Ma

Ii their resignation jas road snperintcndent Becchcr makes one "f his characters inotwood" and Su-an P. Snowden,his wife defendant and 5. Walnut 1 l hodrojin set. eight pieces. French beveled mirrors......... 800 !00 D II 45 a I.v Jacksonville A I 10 aO5pI127aL.v

" for districts. Nos. 1,2, "\ say of H general the civil NOTICI' I subject Bradford to and aid described decree situated a*follows in said: The County south of 6. Set I h viland French china dec-orated. 126 pieces. .. ....h .._. 16<) .I"30 II Ii 4 P Lv Callanan Baldwin Ar Art42 IMP <&COaflSOa
4 3 and 4, which were and war who was not' noted fur his fighting, By virtue of an order made by the Honorable : half of the southeast quarter of section t wc.. and i.i. Gent's diamond studs. . ..". .. .. ...... .. .... _"...... 125 t21Sp In1 Ar Lawtey A hiSs 355 a .
accepted "He has no belly.*' He is fl-it-brcasiwl nod I William F.Jlalpburs. County Judge of Brad ord I north haUnt northeast quarter and the southwest Gents magnillcvntgold wntch and chain ... ............ 125 56p 1Pp&i' Starke Ar lJUa 3taiJp
I the following appointed instead: weak-headed State of quarter of northeast quarter of section 9. Elegant French china dinner 149 .. .2:P Ar Waldo Ar lOKSsArt >
generally% also County Fonda exercMng probate MM. pieces ..., .. .. ... ... 100
J M Johns I) :L Alvarez AYd.I- wrong powers dated the 6th day of November, 18S9, eleven (11), all in township seven i"south of I.lui's aud U 20 P 30'l P Ar Hawthorne b 023a >w a
10. watch
, headed. appointing me the all Commissioner range nineteen((19))east containing two hundred gold chain solid' g< ld. very fine .. ...... 85 t 29 p Ar Ocala f 07 piArlMOOa tenTtfs

1 hams and Enoch Mott. j I1 Toward the great multitude of noblewomen to sell cfrt-iin real undersigned estate Mtuatfld in said Countyof acre"- more or less. Terms cash. Purchaser 11. Music box. 10airs' . .. .. ... ..... .. ..... .... .. 75 'ra t Up Ar Wildwood .21. Tt

4; The usual pauper allowances paid:1, who are !laboring in tbe cause of r Bradford., of Bradford bolongicp to the estate of JesseeJohn1 paying for titles. W.T. WUItB 12. Parlor folding Ijtd, cherry finish ... .. .. ........ .....>.p 65 ..40 10 1 P Ar ArAr Leesburg TatmreaOrlando LriflO*! TODp400J* cI1.
late County.State of Florida 13. hat rack diamond 1
amounting to 1 $77 50 I I prohibition I entertain prutouud sympa' deceased. Now. by virtue of the authority vested Oct. 2Uh A. D. 1889. Special M&susr. Antique rrrnch beveled mirrors. .... .... ..... .. 65 Ua 8 Zip Lv 54Sa
shy, respect md reverence. Iu this worldot I 19.9b'6 other souvenirs, aggregHtiug. ........ .._....... 01
1 ti.KORAPii election notice! 500W ) iu me an such Commissioner. I will welt in frontof ......... t6.8SHJ.6-5 : t:i ::: j TAMPA MVN.500a .

T,W rtks. smites: circuit court 25 62 grievous injustice burdens U so happens of suffering thai the and most the the Court said County House door.of Bradford in the Town on the of lIt Starke.in Monday Sheriff's Sale. I I Total.. .. .. ...... ..... .- ................. .... .................. .;>5 1OOp' Lv JscksonTllle ArWlldwooa lioaK It I
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court Lvuse cleaning 125 want the 2J day of December 189. between thelocal Under and by virtue or nn order Ar S p
cn.ated Only 20,000 Tickets Skis
by drink fall their slender sold at Ar Fanaaoffkee ArSumtervUle
Tax rollcctur. i; 69 S8 i upon hours of sale, at public auction the follninp of sale Issued out of the CountvCourt $1.00 Each. niOalofta 1M
Ar Ar: 30 ..
shoulders hud upon the innoceiil babel lands of the estate of the said deceased: The i in and for the of See Sunday's TIMES-UNION for full list of Souvenirs. .
1 \V Bradford
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I rinlioltier. bridlo'| 8900 whom NEK of the NW bOO the NW.I of the NE'4 County Ar 8* CUharta ArLacooches J
:II W Eppason. (.(ding prisoners 9 50 they love. Ever nnd imon from Section one(1)Township 6 South of Range tweutr StatA of Florida dated Octoher 29th. Tickets good fllr I""miliision tn grand opening nf the Exposihol1. Agents wante 1. Ar Ar COOp .
D Alvartz gnurdingj&it 500) some trampled or beaten wife-God palsy [120] cast;also thirty f30)) acres ou the south I lk8'J, in a nmter wherein C. J. Beasley i iM C..mmitll'E' tn award the Souvenirs: Gov. Gt.'tJ. P. Drew T T. f55&)a Ar Dade City Ar 515 9400p Se
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the right aim of the uii'-cicanl that would side of the SEU of the S\V V' also 30)acres on the II I complainant and IT. A. Farmer and JOl Y. Porler. T. S. Wihlliutb J. H. T'l oC1. A. W ( Stockton, I)Ir. 80 a Ar Plant City LT D.I .
'ockrell.
F II I i 500 strike woman, even in hN cups!-there south sule of SW Ii of the tnV.l Sectio i thlrt '.six J. J;. )(iprulff are defendants, I will sell Ail orders fur tickets IIIlJouhi I"-'sent to W. B. Jr, 23 I 13 CEDARKEDI14( .
: llnruett
Douglas. lotd Mint. 20 DO Tli8KOutbof j> Ranpe twenty [ail I east containing President of Ibe
h comes up an exceeding hili.ter ('ry'* thai ; at public auctiou, In front of the Courthouse Bank of Juck5onville Nation l'O a LT JacksoBTtlltf ArlLT uor748S tlOa
LD\\'all" 700 one handled and forty [[lJOI] acres njn" Jttcksonvlhle Fla. '' ArlAr
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8 P ('reu" i should move the hardest lit art. But i it or less. Also tbt E.{ of NEK of Section thirty. door in tne Town of Starko, in Ik-kft. by the ueY-$1 for tm"h 7 I.) P GaiDMTiUe Waldo Ar 1)3 5.". U J>p

I 14 10 has not pleased the creator to endow the llix(:.8)Ti'.S south 01 Range'JO east; also 8WV or saM, ''ounty of Bradford, between tin cnd to the Secretory for a full list of Souvenirs. 1J P/J/ 121' Ar Archer Lvl65s ItUp p
VMRvditiig I 1210S3C8 gentle sex with n legislative gift a faculty the N\Vk of Section thirty-one((31))Tp 5 xouth ol r I leijul I !iour of ssi'e on SIX THOUSAND :. I -II >r BiODSon Ar1 ._.. .

A S J 1\ettll'tc' : r %nd...OIk I tor ruling states. They rtt-cmble sonic of dreil Range antI twenty-one twenty acres((2i3] east more containing or less contai one bun(.: Monduv the 2d day of December A. D. Exhibit DOLLARS IN PREMIUMS offered for Countv. and icdividu.il .. Ar Cedar Key LT 530 .- .- .

--'j. 610) those untoituiuttc European nations whndo I in all two hundred and Mixty acres more or UVSH. 1889. 9 I 1 I WESTERN DIV'Ji.l T t 1

TYittlH.l..ujli, 600( not t-eem to possess the talent of tdfguvernmcnt. Sold distribution, among the helm. Terms the snino b--inc a legal 1 sale day, the following B. F. DILLON, President. t 0pW4p TW Lv Jacksonville Arl :345p Top P ,
T Odiim. bridge work t tJI 4500 I( ) llil K.aid cash purchaser paying for titles. d l'ribetl property sit tinted in nov8-3m $ SODafAr"Ma Baldwin Ar| soup ISIp .
of the Germans
V Smith 'I'. conunUsioucr 14 40 null JOSEPH !.. HILL. said County of Bradford and described' S. A. ADAMS, Secretary. Ar Lake City Ar1125p1122afl5pO2aAr
: "If they had the Nor. 8.1W. nmUsioner
money, everyman --- Live Oak ArtttISD 'Ua
E A Todd follows
A certain
1 7 20 as : steam saw-mill
in Germany would have his : ::140a l1 $a Ar MadisonMonticeilo ArflifSa 8liaISOa
own
c L U Klxxh' drawing bond, r'tl ron. 5 I(,0 king" So \\omcu would rule kingl mid' imchinery connected therewith, situated A. E. MOITT .11 a 1252p20Sp Ar Lv 10 tI5 a 5 s aaba 11
by at Hampton in thA of | .. 3I1
Petition presented J II Rich County Tallahassee LvIi 0 I'a a
_j ty force, KrlJitruriJ)'. Women know us compromise DRUG TOREC Hrailford and State of Florida, and a lot 3 ooa : Quincy Li5CO.

: eta) fur l"rid& acrnsa irateroak.k.IV none of the biil.uicee uud checks I ol land described as follows: Two and STARKEt (CALL STREET) 920a 400pSttiplAr ArRlverjunctlonLvl rosa 12 06 a el

' laid o\er. L li'iikovi and II ot successful popular goeminent. They seven-tenths acres, more or loss, in the -i-- '-'- r- E'DORID..A, Trains Nos l.S.7.8.'.10.13.Udaily. NeIL
are absolute, they know no divided I south ofthat IS: 23. *.30 daDy except Sunday SI daily except
Evperltou were committee good corner portion of the NW&ofNE To Patrons and the Public ;
g appointed a my general 1 would : Mondar.EKNANDI.NA. eJ
The prohibition movement in the United of Section 30 respectfully announce
Township sout -I
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S. to report and estimate on work: Slates is essentially, in its inception, iu of Range 22 east, being west of the Florida that I am still at my old stand, ready to serve my customers on short > AND JACKSONVILLEBR'CHfroinjr .
sonth.Va Dortb.
Join
f I needed on ibe cuunty jail. Board methods and lie aims, a feminine movement Central an-l Peninsular railroad and notice. As heretofore, I shall in the future use my best endeavors to turn : 61. Xo. & Xo. S. Xo.tO.Daily. 8'

then adjourned. and as such it is destined forever lo further described as commen ine at the I out good work at a low figure. I solicit the attention of Dally. D'y ex Sy. Da pJ
Ia b- defeat and disappointment because, with point where the west Hue of the abov those in need uf \. '1. A.)1. P. ,!. ..j.
nil his faults railroad right of way intersects the west Carriages 1100 713 : Fernandina. 930 10 H
and
.. Urkc's Banker la J with all his crimes the 1103 7 IS ; Shops. 3 2C 101' _
ef said thence
r The extracts task of government has been relegated lo boundary quarter north- 1t22 740 Barta Road
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followiup are taken from a : :
. the "adult male." The brutality of erlv along said right of way eight hun "W'"agoc..san It tJ 741 Harts Road Junction 501 sM
letter from Mr. J. M. Seidl+;, who expects toward woman in medieval man dred and seventy-seven feet; thence It 47 807 Duval 4 as 5
to bank in Btnrke times the westerly and parallel to section line on Car1 1' Mli '
open a short time
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hi" selling of women at auction wlfc-ko'II ng. north boundary of said quarter two hundred or any other style of Is 8 33: jAcksonTiHe Junction 4 U 1 11t.2t c
and U published to bow the ople that the barnessiug ot women to the plow and and seventy-two feet; thence south 84* Way cross Junction 4.4 5 gs .

be,m"an business: I the cult wet abolished, mt by statute, J. L. GASKINS erly along west boundary of said quarter VEHICLES.Plows P.M.1.25 A.8 M 45 Jacksonville p 4 TO]. A.']01.

Eureka. Kan., (Nov. 2d, 1189.fe but by t1w gradual and progressive amelioration I. DEALER IN eight hundred and twenty-eight teet to 7:15 a.m..New Orleans Ezpresa, shortest and
of the human heuit; and the re place of beginning including two and Quickest line to Middle l and West Florida points.
i :: Otrdioer & Pace formation in tbe direction of temperance:, Drugs & Medicine seven-tenths acres, more or less same Harrows Cultivators 1- & .Mobile and New Orleans. .:J$ a. n.Ad .

Surke, FU.Penrt ardently desired by good women must Starke, Flat( having been levied on under attach men to orderAnd ( 7:00 p. IP. trains connect through toThoni'AvlUe.
at institution of nuit. Terms Montgomery.Nashville, StTLouiii. Ciannnati ,
sirs: bed bs brought nbom, if nl all. by the better cash, pur-
f bcwtatedbctwwu ch ser paying for titles.hENRY. ,Chicago and all potato North aid Wrtrt.
Blarke and\1? education of their sons. Physicians', Prescriptions other Farming Implements. Arrive, at 2 45 p m.and S 45 p n.It .
J'iSor. but LcsiUU- W.
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| 2. It is unquestionable that there are 45pm Mail and Expre or all points South [
no longer., We are comIng tarke. and thousands Sheriff Bradford County, Fin REPAIRING of Vehicles Gainesville.OcaI*. Leeabnnr. Tavare Apov**.
of men ant women whose Carefully Compounded at all .hour*-dan ornig.'U Nov 1st, &. Agricultural Implements Toql.s Orlando.Panaaoffkee(St.Catharine). PadelTty.
: you can so inform your pep1e. To dy physical -eiog is promoted by a Guns, Pistols, etc., made neatly and Machinery, Plant CitT. Aerties a&lIP p DI.

1 we bought or contracted fur our safe and moderate use of ardent spirits. not as a Notice of Election. Workmen. strongly by experienced 700 p m Local.Connects through for all points
Only the best South. Ocala Gainesville. lAe bUfK. Tavarrf. 11
' beverage but really ns fund. For that materials nsed.
have ordered it shipped tol Btarke when which digestion and assimilation U. D. MINER Whereas the Board of Public Instruction for -. HOUSE SHOEING Orlando. Tarpon Sprinjr 8outhrlan. St r>- P
built promotes the of Bradford, according to Scientific tersburg and Tampa. Arrive at 6 :0 a nu
which will take 30 to County State of Florida, have Principles. I
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food fact. No human being declared a special school sub-district of said -I 1143 a m Cumberland .Exprers.connee"
will be put up in Cincinnati. Will bare can subsist on strong driak. nor does any County the following territory, to-wit: All of at Fernandina wlh} steamer City of Brunswick.
book of it into the Sectio' Z8;E* of Sec.29;NX o'Sec.3Wtoi / ( ; daily for Brun %ick Macon. Atlanta. CTutt*
and enter composition of ;
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i aupplie printed tin a few days. any Section 84,aud the W# of Sec 27, all in Town I \ \ Bootpi. LouuviH, Clncumati. St. Louis and &1
wP We..Lave named the babe Bradford healthy tissue in our bodies; but when ship 0. S Kane 23 E, in said County: Therefore: M1)ItANSP; ) Bj: iA'\A\R {':. Arrive.1 Op IlL _
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11, any substance taken into the stomach enables it U ordered that an Election will be held and \ I I : : : I J: : IJI I i I !\ 4 SO p ra FernaBdiaa Mail sad Express dally
tiLI.t._ County Bank. Mr. N. VVL Hackett ia to that organ to extract more nouriahroenl notice is berby given that an election will be held \ ; Pictpt Sunday. C'onneCtios Tuesday and frMar
be CAUittr. Aa I told' TOO; 1 akn geld og trom the food,for the benefit of the In Starke Florida.on WEDNESDAY THE 20TH with ateamrr St.Nicholaa for i-snnnah and way
DAY OF NOVEMBER D. landing); Thnrmfay wub Mallory steamer for
ready to litre lust A. 1889. for the
at as I cfn. i now exIt system than It would without ii, then that of deciding whether the said sub-district purpoae O. :ewYork. Arrive 8BO m. Sunday traia III
to leave
Eureka in to -btkfI erin- substance is entitled to be cussed us food, shall be specially taxed to raise funds over end BUILDING. lave Jackaonvine 8 45 aID. .
-- naps R few days later, and :xpccl lo'bU for it acts as an equivalent for food and __ above the State and County tax to increase the This new service rives perfect connectiOn.. IJ
butke in three weeka. Hi>pe to be I school privilege and opportunities 11* amid sub- DEALER8I ir Baldwin for all points North. East aCId Wrt. .
to doors for bulla re Dlr performs ibe office of fund. In short. U 1 district, and also for the purpose of electing SCHOOL BOOKS Via Callahui to all pouua Noith. Can and Wr t.
- open in
eai 85 or I makes tbe food go further. There ate WATCHMAKERAND three School Trustees in and tor naid sub district!; I STATIONABV OF ALL KINDS A via Fernamlioa. roonectinar with steamer Cltfcf
more than 40 daya from to-day. v. constituted at which Election only Tax-payers on real ,. EXTSSEASIDE Brunswick for Brunswick.M&coaAU&315.
many people so that after or i
I" If 1 wits with you on the 15th an lain the, reach middle a personal property within aid sub district will be Ubbt .'all points Xorth and West. II
r 'otn'. 1 would vote vxt. yet I can live or pass life. their aba entitled to vote. tntUp5 -Daily Special to connect at F,rn,n a dry ucua will not sufficiently nourish their JEWELER The Board of Public Instruction faatwtlhKrunAvick.ua. LMT. JarksurT&wf ,!
county baring lived io
n dry Mate: systems without gentle stimulant r to assist. for the County of Bradford. LIBRARY AND Oi LeaveFernandina a.nL Arrive'ndiD ..
_ 1or8rs. Th Mexican STARKE. FLA.. State of Florida. FINE CIGARS. .1O:2 An..eJackIlOQYilie I!:$floor .It
4'' Respectfully fraternally. eats au amount of red Attest: D. L. ALVARKZ. -- A. O. MacDonnsl'i' -
1" pepper which to an Americtn is amazing; attention riven to repairing Watchei J.L. HILL Chairman. SUBSCRIPTIONS D. E. Maw.Hi u. P. *.T.1.rn. ,,
. ] .)L, HEIDI, *. he require It to aid hi, stomach in digest OCIocki and Jew IT. &c.,Ac. AU werk don* Secretary. solicited and RECEIVEDFORANY PAPER OR MAGAZINE. Orit ( I,nar r.i .
at rwMombto pre for OMfc. St&rke Jotid*.Oct. Trk, ISM. prompt altentioa given to '& ra i f-I. S. Pnnlrlnon,

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I BRADFORD.COUNTY / of furniture in town at the Mtsa L.:). Hole and Miss, 8. Cone, Editor .:HAPR-'l'hanQ. are due I ; :r Allen Springs. JH-. wl; 'I..,v.-r (V"year .;

lowest price Give us a call before from New fork have arrived in town to you for opening.your columns to the rtis- ,.f age, 1I1'r7' "I have in my.ifwr)"l !
I look after their purchase made here last cinslon.the temperance question. I great many medicine '#>nMr .f exrdk-ul,

Starke, Ha., NOT. 8,, 1859.i4AaftbArs. *purchasing. spring. They are so much pleased with believe it is true that the great moss ot the I quality. l but never beforetnl i 'fln.l any:.
-'J Truby, Sternburg & Co. their former purchase our town and people condemn the drink habit and theopen .. ihttf would MI completely .le. .II thai,i.*
I New climate that they have bought other pro- saloons as evils of immeiise 'tnagiii- .. claimed! for it M (1i m1 eilain** ttoHr. J- -
laisins
currants, prunes cit. pert of )Ir. Kiinx, and are' improving tude. and it is also true that a large nii'n- 0t : Cholera and Diarrlicea Hrml"fy..lr h truly ll
ron and mince meat 2ft preparatory to build. her ure led by ambitious politicians to & N wdhlerful medicine. F.'r atc by

For City Mar hal. Truby, Sternburg & Co Strawberry growers ore wearing smil- support the doctrine that for the present _RivtusA JWKER. -

The friends of Mr. D. L. Alvarez take lug faces in consequence of recent rains to put a high license on the business, is I was passing throng Morgan county .
in presenting him to the citizensof Boneless! corned beef at Goo.'P: Whipple has sold his strawberry the lest way of dealing, with a saloon. of info slate. $*yS Mr. II.G. LesMer.of '

pleasure 8turke for City Marshal, and earnestly Truby, Sternburg & Co. interest in Olustee, and is now putting I There lire a smaller number who believe Martin, Kentwky, win n 1 w.w take
their in good time on the 8 acres he has i that the only way to' deal with the liquor .,. with a running off of the boftls and _
solicit support. FHIEKDS. New mixed nuts at growiup here on the home place. business is to by law totally suppress the cramping of the stomach. I, stopped at
; The Sabbath School recently organizedat manufacture of liquor and its importation Mr. U. ,r. Hntcbliutou'M atKlk Lick,
h J'iI I retpeclfully announce myself a candidate Truby, Sternburg & Co. Clay Hill numbers some 30 members.Mr. and sale as a beverage and this will bring who hud Chamberlains t"oU.t110''(,

'I' for City Marshal and..solicit ij he Smoked halibut Scott of burke preached to a time highest prosperity in every way to the and I)ianh< A Kemedy and IlxeJ me .
support of the voters of Starke at the city at very full house at his last regular visit people. And this latter class are rapidly W iloso Ir relieved me in two minute 'itE'cry
shouhl have this remedyin
election.. Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. here. Mr. Scott is a very eurnest worker gaining in numbers; good and wise men theirhonse.fmnily uiraaieiRY

I W. H. IIOLLINGSWORTn. Truck and much good should follow his efforts. are getting their eyes open to the truckling R1Vt'-Jiit.lO.' -.- .,.
find
farmers will Black
POWDER Mr. Toung.of Starke. hIa regular of the old party leaders to the whiskey J-
I respectfully announce myself nsa Eyed Marrowfat, Landr th's Extra appointment here next Sabbath. If his power. and lire coming over by scores Mr. IL P. Lovej y. It\V Tnrx&I; ,k dealer. in !: rmml
merchandise at > ev.,1ay
Purfc candidate for Town Marshal and ask th* Early, McLean's Little Gem and preaching was a litHe less radical it and hundreds to out and out prohibition. general"I have tried SL Patrtvk'a Pill -

; t .u.01." suffrage of the voters of the city at the Champion ot England Peas at would he more satisfactory and profitableto If this Is doubted I can give plenty of -j can: truly sa} that they a-e th"best I I c -
election. If I am elected I names l iu different states 1 admit that *
&. A = coming city & Co. a mixed audience. have er taken or known to 1)6 used. .
4er# = 1101111111' will pay my assistants of my salury Truby, Sternburg The Chapel haj recently been whitened loot! prohibition under local option is of 1. A uUiMfliit phv'ie for disorders of tho
d ea DOt be and Bgfee to haul out of town free all the without.N little value to withdraw satU-
1M r41 of low teSt We have received hand- except legal support .Iver the v wilf ulwuvn! give perfect -
thAi .dUoD.awft".te the aJtitud.e po..ders. S01d rubbish accumulated in town. just a > Oil yet tram In- Artesian Well. from the evil. While liquors are sold = ra.-tioiu. RIVERS JolXKR.A .
IC1..efIIa'alec G PonD Co.UtItJ H. AUSTIN. sonic line of plushes in all colors. Oranges are coming in quite plentiful. in the vicinity old soakers in local option : '. tIII

: '. Truby, Sternburg & (C'. Mrs. Anderson has been employed to districts can get it, but it Is still a benefitto Solemn Qveatluu. .
Sewing machines cleaned and re teach the school at Long Branch and line suppress the open saloon for the benefit g .' : Can the man who Is in the habit of

Tate powell, M. D., paired. Apply to J. B. Davis, at In gents' hats we have large assortment moved there for the winter. of the young who would be ruined by 1 drinking whiskey wine or beer vute the

store of R. M. Alvarez. at reasonable prices. Mr. D. H. Carpenter, from Conn., who those vestibules of Hell. It is very unwise -I dry ticket and at the same time be an
AND SURGEON. has interests here and at Orlando has 10 place temptation in the reach of ) '
PHYSICIAN Arrived 'fruby Sternbmg & Co. I it to forbid
L honest upright man just
I hen l sneninjr some days here. Since last anyone needlessly. But. where whole "
: STABKE, FLORIDA. another car load of the popular Rev. B. -II. Frazee- -,-of Jackson here. Mr. Carpenter has spent some 15 stales adopt probibl1 beneficial re rTTF = .lher that of which we ourselves are

"SWEET HOME FLOU1" months traveling in Europe. units are wonderful, as can be shoflru by a \ guilty? A tipler who vote the dry ticket
ville, father of Col. J. L. Frazee, of
1 J O ALVABEZiT This flour has' given perfect satisfac- this city able maj-8 of evidence.I inty by some f.)lks I be considered "tin*.
preached two sermous NOTICE.All will give your readers a portion of a
tion and the sales of it have exceeded I salt! of the t'Arth." but is In ruatily an imp
the Methodist church last let'er of Hon. D. O. III
EVERYTHING at Sunday.Rev. who arc indebted to the Drug Bradley president of -
IN
DEALER our greatest expectations. Trya the Tarrytown ((3.T..)first national bank ; of the devil. If.l1 vote and preach: as
barrel. Heiherger & Richard. G. D. Turner has made 3} store of J. L Gaskins. will pleasecome which speaks for itself. I will however L they practice which every just person ,

.A D of butter from his little Jersey up at once and make settle remark that a correspondent of the Yonkers .
A fine stock of candies and crackers pounds r : ought to do. then Bradford county will 't
ments by cash or note as I have Statesman said that before 31 r. BraJIcv -
Walter Wills. cow in one week besides selling [ \ .'
BUYER. at
wet by A large majority."HUprochlrg
COTTON some obligations to meet and it went west be wu one of the bitterest gr
The celebrated Capitol and Ken 7 quarts of unskimmed milk. This opponents of the prohibition party. Hear much ,but .more his practice Y"
takes do it.
Jewel sold exclusively record is a rare one for a cow 20 money to Mr wrought _- .
BOOMS.WAKTED tucky stoves aro Bradley: fb-l -
BOABD OE A Bring sermon of the truth Chriai I ILnwtey tuzhL" -
& Co. months old. Mrs. J. L. Brownlee Very respectfully "Editor Tarrytown Argus I have just
Truby Sternburg .
by J.tTt '" f
A few Boarders on JKO. C. WILLS. : ;-. ,: "r 3
I
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returned fr..m seven
: has her calf. days spent in roaming
reuoDsble terms or will It Room, A fine stock of cabbage, apples, bought nov 8-4t over the state of Kansas with a party Flm.\Nuv. 8.1,.1889. '- ..

furn'wbed or unfurnished. onions, potatoes, etc., just receivedat Not a hundred miles from Starke of New York' cit) bank officer*, who were j Convincing Proof.
either \ValterVilIlJ.. FOR SALE. delegate to the nunurl bankers'national : SIn
Call on or address liveR a darkey whose better (or big. convention, which held September many Instances it has been prove rbal.
We assert that we have ORANGE GROVE was B B.Botanic Blood Balm).made by the Blood .
MRS. F. B. JONES, positively ger) haIrs avoirdupois amounts to in Valuable on 25lh and 26th at Kansas City.; ,Mc', We -
STARKE, FLA. a larger stock of goods than any the; aggregate about 400 poundswe good terms. were entertained in various ways by the its Balm Co. Atlanta.Gs.will cure blood poison in "*"'
wont phases even when aQ other treatment'
two business houses in the county. say aggregate because when i THOS. E..BUGG. bank officers who lived at the'towus,we fulls. -
For Sale. Truby, Sternburg & Co. herself she scales visited. We were brought intn contact
weighing uses two nov8-4t Starke Fla. A.P.Brunaon.Atlanta.G v writes: -l had
with the business of various
Near Surke. 30 City Lots for Bale cheap standing with a foot on each. The I localities leading under the most>,mcn favorable; auw 24 rjniiimc ulcers. on one leg and I on the other .

Tiro-acre Orange Grove Centrally located. Apply to N. J. other day, while quarreling with an i Alone he G. 8. k F. B. B. pices. Our curiosity arid-ra&reit irf the and felt greatly prostrated. I btiiere I actually

: PKCINS;and PEACH TREES. GOOD Jones, Starke,_Fla. other darkey, the man in questionwas I Chief Engineer Wells say : "The matter tempted us_everywhetc'to t 'introduce sw.il owed a barrel ot medicine in vain efforts to '
rare the disease. With little .
1 acted
hope finally
rrBlWBEHHV LAND. We have now a supply' of Bermuda heard to remark: "Ef you eb G. S and F. railroad, which passes the prohibition questioofff The testimony on UM urgent advice of a friend.and got a butt 1
of U. D. 3IINER.OctIl3in her bodder mo' I knocks through this county, will be com W8. concurrent andiunanimous: WI .
Inquire onion beed. We purchase me some 'of B. B.B. I experienced a chanjo, and my
That the law i* absolutely: and fully "
STARKE. FixmiDA. these seed direct frpm the Bermuda you over, sab, .an' hab me lady to plete in 30 days. enforced all over the state. Liquor may despondency wa somewhat dtepeOwL I kept '

For Sale. islands. Full supply of lUiiht's: gar sit down on you, sah." Considerable property has exchanged possibly furtively' ,sold occasionally i ffiLl r tuiue it until I bad taken IS bottles and aQ the
ulcers.rheumatism ant other horrors of blood "
bands the line .
den seeds hand. These seeds recently on just as thefts and murders are committed ft .
500,000 Kewnan Seedling Straw- on aro Hpv. G. D. Turner has taken the From Hampton tolike Butler. At but not otherwise. The saloon as an act ,ell srre poison have disappeared,and at but am sound
for sale. Strong fresh grown this year.Iteibcrger. initiative in ive propagandist of degradation and well again after an experience of twenty :
berry Plants bringing improved cows Hampton Mr. Gardiner sold to Wm. ,poverty Is
&Richard.
will be ready about the middle into the county. To peisist in the Scandrett and W. H. 44 and crime is absolutely blotted out. It tM'cmlyHouse years of torture. ::1
plants, We have accepted the for Wright does not exkl. I heard many men indifferent Robt.WnlT Maxey.04.writes: "My disease m
of July. Apply to agency miserable farce of milking a cow acres for 2500. Mr. Lane, the general localities talk and all without an was pronounced tertiary form of blood pobon.My ; .

G. W. Jennings, Williams & Clark's high grade fer- giving only a teacup-full or two at a manager: has recently purchased exception were dl'CiaiBnd positive sup in this face head and smoulders were mass of corruplion. ?_ .1\,

LAWTEY. FLORIDA.or tilizers. These goodn are not an experiment milking simply because that cow can 65 acres at Hampton. At Mabrv porters of the present order of things. ,and finally the disease began eating my .'-'
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F. R. Morgan, ;TABE. FLA. but are used extensively at live where a goat would starve to on New r river Mr. Lane has boughtof That povcity and crime are disappearing -kull bones My bones ached my kidneys 'Wet. yt.deuDi1d. .
Jul 5tf __ Mandarin, the pioneer strawberry Ic-ath is ridiculous but wi.h the saloon. The chief of the police I lost flssh and strength and life became >
anywhere
Mr. PinhoNter Town
section of the state. Strawberry 80 acres for 1.600 at Topeka told us Ihiit the population' of selling a bU'l1 O. All saU I must surely die, bus .
FOR SALE. especially among people; who spend ,cash. Morgan & Reynolds have that city had doubled in three years and nevertheless,wwi! 1 I had used 10 bottle of B.B
will find it to '
of Starke, Bradford County, growers advantageous .wo-thirds. of the year killing tlie purchased a prove and 4"0 acres for tint the arrests were less than one quarter B1 was pronouicad wjlL Hundreds of scar "* <
Florid Near,City use them. fleiberger & Richard best grass for milch cows in the I; *3,000. At Lake Butle \tr. E. what they were then Such figures are SOD)" bcs'3i.Ji u,. tavo ttOtf been wt.) .l

Latest style hats at world. If a cow is worth having, I has surprising. The mayor of Hutchinson over twelve montLs.
JL GOOD ORANGE GROVE, & Co. Strong purchased several lots, said ,that only one of its 12.000 inhabitants cnor 8 4w
Truby. Sternburg she is worth her feed but the scrub
; and thus the work
OF 260 TREES. a number of PEACH good goes on. Was in jail and not one of them wasa True Temperance by and fly
TREES. GRA.PETINES.. PLUM and Apples, cabbage, Irish potatoesand COwon't pay to keep. Buy improved The (i. S. and F. railroad is a boon patron of the ailmshouse I have never Dwight L. Moody the worIJ-I rntt1

FEAIITREES, and other Fruits; a good onions, boneless ham, mackerel,: cows, feed them, and they Bradford county. entered better or more prosperous hotels
and l the iuflutiat :
House;, and other buildings. all in good cod fish, dried apples, go'd-medal will feed you. either in this country or in Kurope. than I o = cvnnircliit probably most -
repair. The land is well cultivated; thq at Heibcrger & Richard's. From FI. Harley. foUfii all over Kansas. Their proprietors religious man 5r the world, a man

grove is lately td to strawberries. On syrup "Yes," soliloqused a farmer last Fort Harlc)". Nov. 5. 1889. pouted the idea that the sale of liquors t-t : who is a Mcssir.j to Immunity aid the

account of other business will sell this Our stock of groceries is always Saturday night, "I went to town, Ifi Editor TELEGRAPH-Please afford me const hilled In any way a legitimate part = religious wonder of the world was asked
address LockBox & of the business. all that the
Co. agreed
They
For particulars complete. Truby, Sternburg
property.29, miles and hack agin, and thew he..lt space iu your valu.tLIe: paper to sny a few prohibitory law hud given character dignity a few weeks Ago what his position was on 'XL&wtey

.1. auglGtf Starke, Florida. 200 POUNDSfine : '' didn't come off nary time. Joe words in Lchalf of oui glorious Ft. Harley and profit to their c-illing. The citizens the prohibition question.' "1 beiiev in

candy from 20 cents to 1 per Owing paid me the quarter, I made, Sl'CL ion. Of course your readers ar of Kansas are very Urgely native tIC1) f prohibition but not in the third party. I

ACHINO pound justreeeived by WalterYiIIs i good out of that boss trade Americans. Its morals and its politics are .
thing aware that the "BigTree" is gone up but also believe that ttu-ie is no uw in having
largely drawn from eastern schools itnct
filled Hid pre. Important to f:1rmer'Ve are and Sal hain't scolded me till Ylt, so O. we have something itilP letter in its colleges. It is governed from the tap and ; a 1-uv until there I N a public wntiment ,

,.<.rred ttruc wiUtd now'ready to gin your cotton. I[ oughter feel satisfied with myself. place-we have hundreds of acres of the not: from the bottom. C1)IU that will secure a? enforcement of it. If '

&Iua of DOrI"et. "Truby, Sternburg & Co. What was that clinkin'? Durn me very best muck html reclaimed by Messrs. [Signed] "D. O. BUADLEY. '.t I could enact prohi.ition 'law in \ho.-_ '
if it wau't the bottle of licker I Now one or two items about Iowa, and -
AbpetsftdTeeth A car load of new flour just in at put Gardiner & IV e. We claiiu it the best state of Illinois tl.morroby turninj -
J. G. Alvarez. in the feed trough and forgot) to take I will not further trespass on jour spaceat I- 5- *
ov T hnnd. I would: not lurn it .J ,i'
ueceMfully in the state from the fact that there is net this time In the Burlington Saturday my over. : :

treated. New buckwheat, Graham and rye away. The mare has done broke it, any inlet: to the lake into wInch it drains, ,Evening Post of Aug. 24. you may find ia f c because I don't lx.-llt.-vu the tale U rijKj. ,7 i. y

PIVOT TEETH adjusted In an artistic flour at Truby, Sternburg & Co. and Sal'Il give me -11 when be nor any-outlet. 1 think it would make the following: "The most significant fact : D : fur it.' Poor Jlradford county pit pnv -
and ervioeable! manner. smells I alms blamed the DesMoines visitor in the fnce
fool ,
: it. was a spring '
Remember the best hibition before she fur it and -
can buy was ripe ,
you pumpkins weighing whole tons. Mr.
turn where he will. is the absence of the i
and had the kind of
WM. M. DEHART butter and cheese at J. G. Alvarez.FurnitureFurnitureFurniture wust luck. Pace has often asked me what would be : liquor saloim I or anything that approaches r.vPi 4 ditm..ging result will be felt for a long '

Mr. and Mrs. Tlios. Padgett have returned best to plant on his muck land and I : it In DesMoines the saloon is a goner. viO time. What fools we mortals be"WAT1R ..
DENTIST SPRUCE ST., STARKE. : I and no mistake. The traffic is totally suppressed :
J. G. Alvarez.
at to their winter cottage on the cast would advice him to get some of Halton'spumpkin
here Not has the saloon
WORK AU the including most approved"PURE styles PABA of GUM.PLATK" The most attractive stock of dry side of town. seeds; he"on't need more than been thoroughly rooted only out at l c loinell.I crt II Flu., Nov. 3\1. 18S9.lIIr. .

Broken and cracked PLATES mended goods at J. G. Alvarez. Tax Collector Hale is read to two or three seeds, for these will fill the I but the benefits* derived from its suppression Anthony Heard From.

strong and smooth a* when first made Job lot of Hosiery at collect the tax for the 1889. lIe hill as they grow very large. Mr. Halton arc too easily apparent to mislead EDIToR TELEGRAPH -You amy you
year who is not wholly blind from 2
Teeth Extracted without Pain or \I. Tniby, Sternburg and Co. will be in Starke K ov:2'th for that I says that he had 350 head of cattle and he anyone prejudice. Theme are no empty dwellings VI are time for_ temperance Well that is first sentiment lost and exactly all 1 the '

Dang.r. GFNTLEMEN-Don't buy your purpose, ready and anxious to exchange found the whole herd in one of his pumpkins and no empty storerooms. All classes of H rn.tlo but why it is that you are such a strong

Terms__ CASH. clothing, hats, shoes or furnishing a receipt for ycur money. one morniug, and if he hadn't got business are prosperous and progressive.: advocate of temperance and want tu turn
goods until see our stock and behiLd one of the seeds; they would all An Osceola correspondent writing to ctoj I back to the open saloon is a puzzle to me.
ORANGE COLLEGE you the same paper Aug. 31, says: Toilayvlark the law is violated without license it
Mr. Ben liugg and his sister, Miss
& have run over him. I think Mr. Pace'smuck IIr
prices. Truby, Sternburg Co. county stands as free from the he with license. The sneak seller
b located at Estelle, spent a few days at Ocala land is to Halton's land in do ..
The best shoes for the least mon tip quality slavery of rum as the southern states is no worse limn the licensed seller either
8TASKE. FLORIDA. at J. G. Alvarez. this week with friends. I II and A-hy not try some seeds. If your from the foul Hot of human slavery." will violate the law when he can maku .
and ey I And so it is all over those two grand .1A it. The licensed seller
B nla laM\tha'nation Zd. 1889. : readers want to know more about Halton's money by has u
fiai a on Sept. Miss Lotta Paterson has been -
Come and Trimmed
with see our ladies appointed states. Iowa arid Kansas; the saloon banished 'l I,, much better showing before the law because I
4. saiimnc. MUSICAL MATHEMATICAL and untrimmed hats.J. as assistant in the Hampton i pumpkins, I will explain to them. crimes greatly decreased, public I le is licensed and is not watched so .,

AKO PRACnOALCOURSE ISSTBUtTlON.Temonna OF i G. Alvarez. school.) i Mr. Pnce is not exactly sure as to the morals elevated and the people prosperous --t close by the officers or people If the law .

$. Intermc- draining the lake being success. Butif and happv. These are solid facts. I is inefficient go to work on the next ,
4is&.,IUI. Xct1rn-Priaa&rJ'HI&:$2 00. UutrunwaUl Xaile Georgia rust-proof seed oats at Dr. L. J. Burton, of Melrose, will he had any of these big pumpkins to Since writing the above. the followingin I II II Legislature and have an efficient Liwpa I .
$. U.olluUuaeDt.$1... Truby Sternburg & Co. deliver) a temperance lecture here on the Chicago Inter-Ocean came uuder I "'. Show where the prcut L.W la (
roll in if the lake should need lowering '
more -
nun mothsWCunt7PupIiL : and have it ,
deficient amendt'lf.'I'
l Of t flv 189.1Good Begins Oct. Orange growers can get their sup Tuesday night, Nov. 12, at the court the water would all squash out like my Topeka eye Kansas, October 16.-Judge back tn license is retrogression just what* gw ".

Board at S3 00 per week. plies of crates, wraps, etc., at 3OU8C. A special invitation is ex water in a bowl when an orange drops Guthrie to-day impaneled a grand jury the liquor men are working fur we muxt .'
Tb Pitadpal will take as pay for school ez- Truby, Stornburg & Co. tended to everybody.The and in charging them to make special inquiry push torward and hold evsry inch of .
Halton also claims
into it. to have .
SM rana Produo and Stock and will jrhrertrj A stock of furniture an as to the enforcement of Jthe prohibitory ground we gain. It is the policy of the "
large at
low rate for att Caak ta adrance.
M. E. is an-extra kind of corn, which )Ir. Pace law, he tack occision to endorse make the law .
!:? :-. P. VOTJW Principal and teacher J G Alvarez. new parsonage progressing l'quor men to temperance : '.0
L.Uh1berDepatmeeC KiM ELUX DATIS.tca t nicely. The old church has might plant to advantage. The stalk has emphatically the law. In the course of unpopular by secretly violating it in it"

D. L Talmuv.r to tte UiernMdiate teacher la the Departutrnt.Frun&nr DepartrtamtUMuaic. Mn.- For trunks, satchels and valisesgo been torn down. au
AU Ugcfrer are Grduatr. to Truby, Sieraburg fe Co the there has not been a saloon or any place I ,taint of the h.mptrahc people and ftl ;
on top, it carries u gourd having iu it I
I where intoxicating liquors wen openly I them to and too cuu>e.Why. '
A'Jr'TEt'r'I'ION'"I I again call attention to my stock Mrs "'m. Mitchell is quite sick. & peck of sbellpd corn. Thus if tht water sold or given away iu this county. The GEO P. PLANT'S' I if la"slllc to give forske up because somesneaking /t 1 '

of millinery, something new being town I should rise high enough to rot the euro, : lt>w on this subject has been as strictly violators of the bmw sell liquor ;
Strawberry Growers. received almost Strangers are coming lo every then he would still have the peck of sh 1J- obeyed in this city as the statute providing contr.iry: ) law, what would become of /I i ;
daily.J G Alvarez. day. Prospects were never better for the punishment of murder. robbery the temperanCe cause? Xo. the mont// p Jj
rite Celebrated I for a big tourist season. ed corn to the stalk, which is alone a good or larceuy. Hundreds of thousands they violate the bmw and thus try to forct.' .

't7Y' Shoes in endless variety, clothing, of dollars have been invested here in this I the license system back on me the buirilqrd : -

C I, COX & GlEES hats and-well, the public arc requested Mr. James E. Ellis, of Orlando, yield.We expect to organize an Alliance club : city by strangers on the conviction that I\Il woik for prohibition. It is thy 'f

Truck Fanners Guano to speak with "Joe" as to was in the city this week looking at at Ilumpton Saturday, the 16th. inst, audevtr.budy public sentiment favored an honest fair duly c everY temjrance man or woma;/ -
Special enforcement of the law prohibiting the LI the cause /
>
the remainder of stock. Space will a tract of land he recently purchasedof is invited. I to 1'lprmce Ihrtzg 4 t 1
unlawful sale of liquors and wtll
intoxicating di
II : I as
the Rome every iS Jmenl.
o aly genuine and reliable
C. L. Peek. lIe
not permit of such extended en expects to bring FORT HARlEY CRACKER. it is believed that these conditions have i. Sweet Show the liqour element that y< !
STRAWBERRY FERTILIZER umeration. J'G Alvarez. I his saw-mill here in aboir:_ year. induced thousand of families to change cannot b*> bulldozed in t., alldoo'/'
en th.uarket. I STATE or OHIO, Cny or TOLEDO J[ their homes frum sister states to this city position but thut you intend tu bit
Order i i filled direct from the Factory, For handsome shoes at half pricego Mrs. Adelia John, mother of Mr. LUCAS COUNTY, S. S. j and stale M that they might with their your against all opposition. Go to work I J

.r grow en supplied by to Truby, Sternburg & Co. M. L. Johns, is visiting in the city the Frank senior J. Cheney partner make of the oath firm that of}he'. J.is children, escape the evil effects of the our legislators they can make laws / j
TRUBY Onion sets atTruby with her.son and family. She will saloon. And these conditions and environments will control the liquor traffic. If ) ,
8TERNBURO & CO., Cheney A; Co., doing business in the City I
ST KE. FLA., at manufacturers Sternburg & Co. spend the winter here. of Toledo County and State aforesaid :are inducing the friends and can make 1 law thai wi stop the ssiiquoone. ;
pr cHa, i relght added and I hat said firm will pay the sum of patrons of learning to establish with two or days in the ;
Thi WiLcox &'GIDB Guano Co.' Trunks, "values, saddles bridles, There will be an serviceat ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each magnificent endowments colleges and they can make it law that will stop iff --

___liS_ Bay Street,, Savannah Oa. harness etc., at J G Alvarez. in the town episcopal hall to-niht. I and evory case of Catarrh tha ranti"t be I schools in this and other cities of the Sweet Home d.ijs in a year. it is a mere mattei on I'j ;
'--- Lawtey cured by the use of HALI/H CATARRH state. and parents are sending their children The Constitution :guarrantees pr ',
RI ERS&JOINER The finest cream cheese in townis Rev. C. M. Sturgis, of Feruandma, CURE. from distant states to these collegesto to life and property and the pu of .- ; t

i kept by Walter Wills. officiating. The Lawtey people extend FRANK J. CIIE n Y.I be educated with the expectation anti htippiue to the people.! Therefi the )
[ DEALERS INSihJoes -* PAY UP.-All persons indebtedto an invitation; to the people of Sworn to before me and subscribed in and hope that their children may enjoy Government has no right t dot act ';
: my presence,this 6th December, A. D. the benefits of society unpolluted with f that Hilt annul or jeopardize r- -
the firm of R. M. Alvarez-are requested Starke and the I .
A
especially urge epis- 1886. A. \ OLE SON. the baneful sttloon.' lion. \nd as tbe liquor ti1: : : --J
Hats to come forward and make copal people to attend. [PEAL] Notary Public. I can furnish similar testimony to the jerparilize the lives properly a\\ -' :
,
Cur is taken
immediate settlement, or the accounts H..n' Catarrh internally above, enough to fill the spare space in of the people the lice ,lLw IS '
ti C2thiT1g will be placed in the handsof Mr. J. W. C. Peters, of Lawtey, and acts directly on the blood Send and for mucus testimonials your paper every week bra longtime. clearly 1l'1 unconstitutional Tftio!eru- -.Y.:, :
surfaces of the system.
an attorney for collection. was in the city this week looking as free. F. J. CHKNKY A Co. horn honorable gentlemen high in office SWEET ini-ntliMi'w right to 1iCcnll! /jb5uumthat *- ?-
III 8U'
,Ge Is' It. M ALVAREZ. jolly as ever. To'etlo, Ohio. all over K.ms and Iowa. "And yet. is liable! to and does injrf ,
Furnishing Goods. / -Sold by all Druggists, ;C. strange to say. there are plenty of men at j.CII. and as the liquor busin/ produces
DRl BARGAINS Mr. S. Powers, of Lawtey, was in novx-4w a distance from these states who are HOME more mm*and misery, and ,trort more I.
GOODS& NOTIONS. Monday.Mr. either ignorant or dishonest enough to lives and property and h-ipD3 ol t.be
Witkovski will sell for the next town on
Mr. Benny Davis has invented an u'tuutlIIok one in the face and deny people than all other contr **,1 I. $g ncieaeocibuiMl. -

tkSESJSS' received a large tock of thirty days: J. I). Steward, from Fernan- excellent implement for fertilizing these important acts and plead for the 1 claim that itf license l wand .

V TLPal1'we are prepared to up- Latest styles fancy ,Dress Flannels dina, spent last SundayMn the city. and cultivating berries Patties saloon. the whole saloon busir T> t.\ IS uncon-xYElltUtlotml. ,

lpet.all.. Give us V call and in- worth 50 r.ts, at 40 cts. lie thinks Starke i is a hard town, but who wit to save their time and would There are like other to discuss aspects-economical of this questionI sanitary Lake Butler.. Fla. lw/| VJluui
herore
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I buying el8ewhereft Tricots in new brown, gray, Mack, it is only because he is not acquainted their backs should see it. social and so forth, but must not 2L.__ )<

I ITfl JOINER garnet, ,olive, green, electric blue, with city make this article any longer. .
ways. !
%___ BT ARD. KLA. worth 60 eta, at 48 cts. The Starke and Wilderness mail J. W. BCSHSELL. "Dere the Conquerluefo C00 .

Imported Henrietta Cloth, worth Mr. and Mrs. D. Newingbam and route has been changed to run as Lawtey, Fla. FLOUR As time pearly moo'tipa with its .'

.E SPAPERS FREE. |1.40, at $1.00. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Newinghara arrived follows: Sheriff Epperson has been in Tal. silvery rays the nJes on the lark

Plain Cashmere in brown. black, in the city Wednesday night. Starke to Wi1f rneAS: leave Starke on this week.A waters of Lake S\m jfon, 1'0 npplet' ,
Uoa ::** ***** and address andlK5iiSWSw" laba3see of the
fit be I Wednesdays add Fridays 4 and flashes with thepcjht joy,
ctyow and nlghbuis garnet and gray, worth 20 cts, at 14 They report as being glad to Mondays. at
| ..and a copy 01 the cents.Ladies'. home again. p m; arrive at Ionia by 8 p m; leave louis at Mr. and Mrs. full fruition of hof// long deferred. 7
ach XJL_ re" '. NEWS will be sent to"LWHKEWS Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 pleasanpartT' Just received at tIle countenance }bi one of Q *l
Stockinette walking jack am;arrive at Wilderness via Kin *lcy D. Q. Cole on Wednesday night wasery
ets, worth $6.00, at.425. Mr. Charles Crosby and wife and Lake View, by 10:45 a m Leave \ much enjoyed by those present. Brad ford'* worthp and most pop-

4 kia,. Ladies' Jersey the latest stylesat friends of Mr. and' IrfV.. II Wilderness Tuisdnys. Thursdays and ul.tr citizens. /
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c. 117 ..:... llr U Is BT.the WBMB largest.ri. 75 cts on the dollar. Davis, are in the city. They will Saturdays at 11 am; arrive at Clarke via What do you think of a bank now, JONES It w II Boy, w/shs/ 12 Ibs., and ,

--lip_iD.Ioa&h&a4 carefully.18 Urce edited.HK pacea.. The finest stock of Millinery and remain here for the winter. Lake View Kingsley and Ionia, by 6 p m friend?! N J. N. C. \iiiriKht/Sr./ i* happy. And
welcome
fr --a O,brjrpae; Dry Goods ever shown in this conn. TO*. TMK BLOOD 19 TOUR BACK ACBKS this after a rapid though

AM='UM ty, for the next 30 days at three WMknwi- MAlarU. I&dfgMUon and Or JOG are it*1J worn general out debility.really good Try tbr nothlDl Mrs. Win. An.Irews is having her,- succession of line ((9)) dan hten.W. TI

WEEKLY NEWS' fourths of actual value, at / iUoUIrI-takeBROWN,. mow uITTJILI ItlttlMff'S HUM HITTItwfllcorayou. & : house rtmodele 1, which is a great Long life and pfosperity/ to Mr. ,
It com qoieklr. For tale by all dMlwi ba"MIdJetM. I and live a good*pptto.by Sold I i Starke Florida. and his interesting family.I .
.vs..b. .. aeyJ tf.VITKOVSKI'R.. aft 19 mfl dttfin IB SMdMn 'mprovemeni. very !I .. I. a

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; of more perplexity than common, the Markets. of law.
,Published Eve Fri he was startled by a loud at the Study -. a r 00? come new It in a verdict of death from press.nre .
y ay. rap : .
I *' round the waist TIle victim wa a poor :
of : Y.INQ
outer door. It IB to the interest every
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and
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} errant girl who died after a fright, !
t1j4t NTAJt .' the markets.A a
"': .K. FLORIDA. "Somebelated stock-trader. per- to study city 100 her death wu attributed by the medical wit

: _- -:- haps," thought he, as he went to the familiarity with the 00 nesses to the fact that'aha was too tlghtij .

i.* .-..' KISS YOUR BOY GOOD-NIGHT. door to admit the unknown visitor. ket of importance is of much :: belted to enable her to stand the wear anJ DOCTORS' }
Bhc was a no.
? : Opening the door, be beheld a young any farmer, live-stock raiser g tear of any sudden emotion.
collar fitted
her M
J. toxlooa tight lacer;
Bending the cone at ercnlng, lad of about sixteen of grower.It .
years age thinly 20 closely that It wu Impossible to loon U
tI't: 4 <10. "With Where the he tresses lies In on slut his! bers forehead deep, clad shaking from cold. His taco was is poor policy for a man to i at the critical moment and under her start B1LLEkBy

I : heavy wJth the dew of sleep, pale, and his eyes were filled with his whole place in corn or I aha wore a belt to remorselessly buckled at

Breathe a prayer for s rcngth wisdom teaJtl. there is crying demand in his of I to prevent the free circulation of the blood. .- tSlNQ'p.& uD

41 k- And To with direct thoughts his steps of a toting Ight. .kindness, "Oh! My God! :Mr. Tolliver!" he pal market for potatoes and -a James Gazette. Dr. Morse's Root '"

i;: I Mother kiss Jtt boy good night. exclaimed. as soon as he beheld the The diversified crop is the Marriages Ida .

: :)I( form of tho bronzed traveler before and nothing on the farm per bnt the stepping-stone to those divine Inatitiltions 1 !; -

_m- jr' :.- Little Sore do privation you know, bitter wh t woe sorrow him, "come quick! ,They are murder- wasted, or fed to the hogs constitute,the the family foundation and the home on, which which They a the Be m

':, May befall him tn the I ituro ing my mother!" positively known that there is our nation rests very; and upon the health the bounteous ] rprovde'd

31' \\hen your head is lj ng low; Not a moment did the brave man for it in the city. and strength of the wife, and mother depends bo
1'hat the memory of th s moment the sunshine and enjoyment of the has
. hesitate. There was being done.A Farmers should bear In -
, May afford cheerful light wrong home, and the prosperity of the family. t
In those hours of gloot and darkness, woman was being murdered. This nothing in the way of farm Thousands of wives,and thousands of single arising fom IMPURE -

t Mother kitk your 1 bo; goodnight. was no time to*hesItate. He who had produced in the great centers of to I ladies,drag out a weary existence In conse- Iu. -
"MT:TDIE is ABOUT UP." of perplexing "female disorders,"
quence
braved
Tempter roo.n will oe c to lure him fiendish hordes of savages miles lation and.that every thing in I total ignorance of the fact, that Dr. MORSE'SP11LStL.j

,,' ,;p From these Unhides way from the aiding hand of civilization was "Behold me! I innocent!You would there must come from the Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is ajposiUvo

,Lb;.; Weate their subtle net around him. not now, in the land of enlightenmentand kill a man for a deed which he nevei We know of a inaU cure for the most complicated and ODstate PESIA.GETIOl .LIVER.. Eta. CO3LYy.A- .- _. i. -
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Hoping for
, 6U easy piey cases of leucorrhea, prolapsus, bak, .
I i- Ere be yields to their mptatlon.$ justice to be frightened. The committed. You would basely murdera had been bearing well for "female weakness," anteverslon, .retro- .

Ere he plumes: his wi ItS for flIght. noble impulse of helping ji.woman in man who would rather 'die than to years, the fruit of which was' version, bearing-down sensaUonw, chronic For Sale by All 'D :
With a prayer for his s; ration distress would have nerved him I M inflammation, and : l ..
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to the
cngeston. wcrtot
A few of
ilotber, kiss any misuse you or yours. I hadn6t meant or., nearly so. 1 00 satisfaction .

tE your 1)031 good-nIght. adventure. He would' have faced any resistance-but your own foolishnesshas were dried, some eaten when I .00 50 ament.,or money rfunde. t d gt. I W. H. tBROCKlllE. '

: Out upon life's dreary icean, foe. His heart was one; among the driven 'me to it. No, beware! the bulk of them fell to the ho 1 COMSTOCK
4 In the midst of storm and stress, He Dr.Pierce's Pellets-cleanse and regulata .
many. wt-s a nobleman-not 050
a no-
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Death to him who attacks The place changed hands,
Ho will think of your d motion, me the stomach,bowels and system generally.One .
, Anl recall each fon 1 are IS; bleman of the earthly creation,' but one Tolliver's eyes flashed >fury., As he were pruned up. and as soon a dose;purely vegetable.

Feeling with the heart f manhood of God's noblemen. stood confronting hU-merclle s mob, apples began to ripen they of ;

, $ To It lie would' back be upon tbe his heigh pil ow of,bliss Bidding the boy.to lead the way ho he was a ,picture-to he admired. He promptly shipped to the'city. I the interest WHXS a In young the lady arrangement begins manifest of a young an fMOH. {

Southed: by mother's i ooJ.night kiss. plunged into the utter blackness. without was driven to desperation and knew first of September over one L in man's cravat his days are num

4' Josephine Poll..a. I,In N. Y. Ledger. not fear. and fifty dollars' worth of is bered. It is time to bg t hoard money. j. ,

!; --a. For a long way he followed tho Taken somewhat aback by the darIng been sold, and the fall apples What the Dickens Is the Matter? & ll

_JUE& TOL WEIL youth. Even his travel-worn limbs began speech the leading members of the the trees. ; What makes me so drowsy, yawn and T

to feel fatigued. mob held a consultation, and concludedthat Prices went down and the stretch so, feel cold chills running dow CHb 1 elll
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45 back Why does my head, usually clea,
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"Thero is something' wrong here," it would be unwise to hang him. aples were gathered and feel heavy and dull These are inquiries ,

How Ho Was Mad the Victim of thought Tolliver; "Why did the boy There was a strong probability of his I later at good figures. not unlikely s to suggest themselves to th LESSENS PAIN : ;

Conspiracy. pass so 'many houses and come to mo innocence: Wise counsel, therefore, This summer six early June 1} individual who is not yet aware that he tho .GfTO un' : .
an incipient attack of malaria. Nip "
for assistance? But I am not afraid.I deemed, i(: best to take the man a prisoner trees of the orchard disease in the bud with Hosteller'sStomach t bIMINSHES.DA f

j (Written for Th]is Taper] know not fear1! and let the law take its course. duced twenty-seven bushels of i Hlter a sovereign remedy alo \ D .:

t: EN TOLLIVER. the Even as he was revolving the question The 'oase 'vas ,an u'nbailable one. apples that sold for a dollar a for kdney complaint debility, indigestio. IUJF I.. $ ..irikuBRADF1DREGUORD.A1WL1Ari i "

/"rr traveler in his mind, his guide turned intoa Tolliver Vt Imprisoned in a low, damp Inferior fruit will bring an no neurga w! '

0 in from, was the homo wild dark wood and led the way up to a celL ,Hi*._sensitive nature revolted at price, but it is next to THIS is the prop her position," said $ hD IrALL DRUQST3IfYouve. -.
ag young man, a he placed arm around &
small and dilapidated cabin. the aight"'ot .the dark walls. He overstock h
I ., larJda beyond the damp I a market with maiden's wast ,

II t ,' So thorn Sea. Five Pushing tho door open, a horriblo cursed, thi Und. ; of justice and longed of any kind. THE world is full of shoddy and shams:

L j / I : yearstrulh he had been spectacle met his sight. There in a again:'for;the, jungles of Africa the Apples or peaches always ; but real merit is always rt Thirty
r If, pool of her blood horde of :cruel years ago Dr. Shallenberger discovered si Ho appetite.Indication. flat.'iIei,
t as one dead; in own lay, not a woman .savages, ,and unfeeling, more when shipped in one-third Antidote to the poison of Malaria, which Sick Headache -alt run dowa,'*h

; Z: I k\\ he was dead as Tolliver had expected to find, yet more.human-.than their civilized el. or peck boxes. Barrels has had an immense sale, although until recently IngflezhyouwIUhifl4Tott'sPiIIs .

I ..; / tbdiah the vorld. but a beautiful young girl of perhaps brethren. large. I it has not been advertised in a single
One
c ) locked in the close eighteen yci.. )f l'i.'ago. Across<: hue white Time wor 0n;. Toliiver" the traveler The apple or peachwith the in 'years newspaper., because Merit it cures alone has when sold it al these fails, '

einprace of the In- throat.had bci-.Ud. ?:.Y"xYn a knife leafinga Tolliver, the .scholar-was Tolliver on it, that is, bright red or and is just what is claimed for it al It Infali r

I *- jungles or the a orri gaps>' Soii...,D d. i the criminal At night he would pace ored, are in greater demand in in I bly destroys Malaria and could a1:

awthd'ul wilderness of Paying no .ieed to tho boy who had I his narrow cell, with-his mind fixed than the duller colored fruit : I infat dollar.Sold by Address Druggists, Dr., or A.sent T.SI by mai ,

'I departed, closing securely the door the of the human Rochester Pa. .
Dark Continent, upon cruelty race. In string beans the round for BEKGEB, '

' .k \ is irlually dead to through which they had entered, Tolliver Before his eyes Burns' oft quoted lines I much preferred to the fiat pod .. Wxax hear the h.T.med7yoT1 weak stomach need.and They build loneup
that apt
I ; every thing: Around hjim are untutored by the light of tho fire on the seemed to glow like letters of fire: and sells from 50 to 75 cents pI girl has yu heart a vou young may man be pretty say BUT 1 1Cfcns I f.ccln&energie'Nuferer ofenrook r.

: hearth, sought to clo er examine the Man's ichumanitr to man she his. physical wUU"
: savages and ild bcasj|s, birds of prey -per box. h relief from tbem.>Icely .
"
: and body ol the murdered girl. Makes countless millions mourn. Potatoes should always be L DOLLAR will for N
deadly, poisonoup reptiles. One I pay WEEJ KVE11YW1IERE.
i: Her black hair, which was matted He grew to hate the world, and to and cleaned before ORLEANS PICATCJTK for a a Ifi- SOL
unguardedmovement shipping.
; may mean death and clotted with her suppose that the world hated him. He page 113 column paper, filled with inter
blood of
. 4 -a death away from any tender hand own was largest and best by I a I valuable for
would have
gladly welcomed death. mater Buthtrncr.
: and any soul that.feels sympathy or any silky texture. Her half-closed eyes small or "pig" potatoes in Complete reliable and
of dark The day for the trial drew on apace. reports in each number. and more South
4 heart that knows love.) were very brown. Her features: barrels. A few inferior
Tolliver found himself in a crowded ern news than any rival paper. Issued
: Fivo years without tidings and all wero regular. and Tolliver, as ho gazed barrel of choice ones are liable Thursdays to reach for Sunday

., the friends of tho daring young adventurer upon tho prostrate form of the murdered court-room. Legal talent of renown demn the whole lot and bring the reading. No subscribr wy II yieLl
could was there. Men who had known the such good returns as securing issues qf
girl
,
I, would excha go expressive hardly suppress an down to their grade.In this splendid 5
traveler from paper.
, : glances, and in exclamation of wonder at her rare boyhood were there. to commission tFBOTIOORAS
shipping
a
nodding a knowing a
: .. beauty. She was of medium stature, The evidence was given in, and from : a Greek philosopher, was at
"1 knew it is well \JIi J TsI7Ir :
way* say: .ill These adventurous to get acquainted first. first & FD
its flow it
seemed that
without shadowof a common porter.
a
; and
dressed _
richly divest of all .
fellows bound yet act and LATEST STYLES
are > to go under men fairly honestly I
doubt, Ben Tolliver was a murderer.
ornament and jewelry. caused by a bilious state of
"
sooner or later. all. To underrate a man's at A -nr-
:i ..: Ben Tolliver was ra! sed in that most "Boy" said Tolliver turning as he Tolliver The last had witness was on the stand. and make false returns is just as I Little Liver can b. cured No para by, griping using Carter's or discomfort flltI L'ArtDeLaModl.l,

r.i favored section supposed, suddenly upon his guide, "is moodily hidden his face attending their use. Try I :1 I COLORED PLATE*
of tho caith-Central in his hands and did not look Life of a crime as it is to steal his t.hem I AILT1IZ ssmr P1RI4 AJ9K*
up. .
Kentucky. When a cli lid he bad often this giri-fl Such to be ,. -. lust FiSHlOS*. v,
men ought caught
1 SMARTNESs is how
knowing "catch
was torture. What cared Z
a he for
His now t rs 0rder i t nf yonrNew 4eaf>'
V. gazed upon the rolling flood of the torturous question was not finished. The the drift of the evidence? lie had no and punished. ,, on;" wisdom,how to let go ', er or neml 85 cents for laud*''

p \ Kentucky it wound in and out boy was gone. It is said that in of -- nurabertoU..
friends earth-none some the no J. MI K
"A !" on to testify in his PEOPLE Are Killed by Coughs that Hale'* 'S. E P1Ia
4- among those old blue-grass hills,and in plot exclaimed the traveler at behalf and already the evidence was ern cities the green grocers Honey of Horehound and Tar would cre. 0>3UXI THIS Pant f I 7l F.a Iltl* .'
f \ childish wonder speculated tho once. "This is the work of some duce in Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minutEWnxx .. ,
upon men are ringed together
fully sufficient to convict him. r
_ 4t \ realms undiscovered cursed friends who have thus slyly entrapped ; Ely's' Cream Balm 'tv's
lIng, the of
beyond The witness was sworn. a "trust, and that there is : If a man's coat threadbare It is

tide of the river. Will age the passion me-and have their victim, living "What do you know of the murder?" a thing as competition among easy t pick a hole in it._i vnu. CUE,

4 j, for exploration grew mon him, and as as much under control as their They set the ahead for
asked the attorney. price a how'I. S as small as homoeopathic pellets and
ARE ,
victim, dead, he added he discovered
-2/ he could as!
soon as tc.r himself
away "Enough," replied the witness 4to a week as the case may be. 3 as easy to take as sugar. Everybody lies
from the home hearth lie plunged into that he was securely, locked in of them deviate from it. them. Carter's Little Liver Ps. Try CATARRUs
give that
with his ghastly man (pointing to Tollirer) .
tho wilderness of his native charge.
country. his freedom." This leads one to think that it HOXZST men are soon bud.but you cia ,
_: Five years spent among th3 mountains Ruefully he surveyed the corpse lying The smothered conversation that had for the producers to have never bind a knave. | Apply Calm Into each nostrilKLY $
: of Colorado, upon plains of Texas In her blood before him. How could BROS..K Warren SU Jf.Y. .
thGj he and been carried on in the court.room was agents in their respective city THE bast cough medicine i Piso'3 Cum ----- -
and in tho escape pursue the murderers?
Everglades of Florida I'JT Consumption. Sold OF CLASS
served "At that moment; the sound of hushed. A spell like the silence of Men paid for their services, everywhere. 250 IMORTM CHINA "
only toj increase the approaching -
death fell troled the farmers be IK the AND Q"ENS'
would
voices heard. upon every one. The soundof by lat ten year land" has
passion for adventure; so he visited was man's smash all such "trusts" in price nearly of the old derae
K tho halls of the Incas, p Old Mexico, "Yes," said a voice, "this is the a own breathing was painfully petty al. &.*
loud. one mentioned.The .
and the dismal Dnd-un ttractIve North- house. You see, the boy yoader, came AsiEEiCA'sfinest, -"Tansill'sPunch". Cigar. \ C.
I Tolliver looked In the witness' idea is for the to
to
up. producer
woods, in their turn. J j Next his attention and gave us the alarm and we caughttho THE misfortunes of other people we all MEMPHIS.
box he beheld the pale lad who the consumer with as little tax -
villain in the act. Knowing hiin young bear with a heroic
& was, turned to fields anew. Stan. toe cnstncY. gpI.a&yon order* for MASON FRUIT JAM
f ley, tho great African eXplore; :, had just b a desperate man, we loomed it saftx- had summoned him to the scene of the produce as possible. These Tag Mediterranean sea would cut tne PACKAGES oT1Nw.tgpI
U murder on that fatal night, and led him fleece the farmer and ASSORTE for Wi OLkSJ2T5AD1
begun to come into pr minencc. Ah! I to lock him in the shanty and procure men United States in two from East to West

F.' lien ,Tolliver \vould go to the land of]r help rather than to try to take him by into the snare which designing villains the other way by making the to and San make sea navigation from Washington a.
had prepared for him. double for what he Frncist' %
the Congo too-and so he went ourselves. I know Ben Tolliver of old. pay gets. a

: Now it was after of life bo- Ho always was a fearless sort of a fellow Tho true murderers, who were the The dwellers of the cities the WHEN United petroleum States it was first discovered i in COTTONPRESSES ae
chief witnesses was bottled and sold]:
Bet by tho most 11\'reatS that and I don't think would have any against the young traveler the day, when the farmer for medicinal under the name )frock '

ho had returned, and I scruples in murdering tho whole lot of turned pale. produce to them direct, or with oil. Its pUlses properties were lost I

us. We had better look The villainous plot was exposed. the moderate cost of trans1> sight of until they were re-introduced in a JOHN F. RtDLECOB5i1'U13.I3'W5AI
? weather-beaten, to tb; land! where his sharp as we semi-solid form vaseline. .
"
"Speak, boy, commanded the attor and a 0MRS. .THIS?ana..i t1..p.s'n* __
commission.
I. earliest hours wore spent-tho bluegrass go in on him. He is heavily armed." agent's Not '
,
.
With this the voice ceased. ular commission "gouger" STEFHKK DASFORTH,of Manchester:
: hills of Kentucky'. ney."Those is another victim of the SEN
by-theSa tobacco
t As is usual time had not been idle "Ah! Just as I had expected! men, continued the boy, farmers' own representative.What learned to smoke in Virginhwherestiewasbornand $ $2$3L15$

during the absence of tho young explorer. I saw into their infernal plotas pointing towards two of the leading sort of "commission" though she does CANDY For Box. by ExpT '
. witnesses for her own work and looks after her husband .
the State
Old land marks!which his heart I soon as I found tho doors locked on "murdered thefoun'g sale is it where the farmer who is old and infirm, she is rarely withouta of oar!Strlot, ELIG.J.Pr
had mOo Bull need havo lady. cents for lighted her LT AS! CCP. ,uurcf: ;
boon taught to love by early association no fear. a barrel of potatoes pipe in mouth. She slokes pvr .

were gone, 01(1)]friends had also With that ho advanced toward the "Did"I did.you witness the deed?" consumer pays $2.20 for them? to b twelve niety-seven pipefuls daiy.years old Mrs.on her next wi FLOYD A MOONEY. MEMPHIS.Addr j.

fallen victims to tho destroyer, and I door and cried loudly: "Let me out! the farmer $1.25 for a barrel sy-Aiatms tin****?S.>..- '
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younger: but less friendly countenanceshad Thero has been a murder committedhero "But exclaimed the State's attor- ples and the town man $3 a ; day.A MISSEAPOUS inventor a has $15 all, $250 ingforu.AgentspretetT'." ;

taken their places. Even the kind I It and I--" ney, "how came the prisoner at the Talk about "taxes"-here is an electrical motor for kitchen brought use, which out, can furnish a horse and dive their whole umeth .. .

and centle old man] whoso( earliest Never mind my friend replied a bar to be found with blood-covered farmer loses and the honest, it is claimed, will do cooking, baking iron: .busilel". Spare A few moments,.n.le"may In to"nll"d be pn>/Ht blTf ciM' 1Ioy
hands over the prostrate body of tho to ing, etc., cheaper gas or gasoline; and i B.K.JOHX80J.4CO.. lOOVMain : .
'4 thoughts. wero for the welfare of his voice, "you will get out soon enough. murdered ?" working man of the city gets by removing the insulators it cay I NB.-lo.ttal agf and"aiAr"8L.Richm'u. '

wandering boy," had passed to hi Just wait till they get here with a rope. "As he himself girl has Brush the middle man out of the for heating purses b use j rTE *'l TBAXB tma everlasting rest His sister Judge Lynch will stated, sir. I was Sell ,
had mar settle your uneasiness to the man who wants to contract for :
the postal-cards for four i I uun
who
boy summoned him
to the
.. ried a man of whom ho had never heard I about that murder. Lynch is short and assistance not to the man who wants to to come calls for 2,000,000,000 I I BASE BILLCHIDWCJ'S?!p .

and had mingled with tho strange, cold quick in its work and is the best remedy of my mother. I said; but I Let the producer and the p- which will be manufactured at a ct cans application. enclosing" -.
\ world was merely a tool in the hands of those is to and sell for SENT. FREEon :
and left no trace for her absent for such cases. divide the profits of the "go 12,0,0. ()1'amp by aduressm

-. brother to follow should he return For tho first time did the true situation .- villains, who sought to bury their and have in its place THREE sisters (all under fifteen of THEODORE nOLUD. P.O.BoxlfOl'hlLLf'.
a year
land search for her. in which heVa.1 crimes in the heart of an innocentman. of.. age) in Missouri, weigh together I"I P. ,af _
placed dawn up- ." that is an agent only, pure and pounds. Lydia, thirteen is lie
a Tolliver was sensitive. lIe felt that on tho young traveler. He heaviest, the year old AGEUS' permonthnd
was
f soon A friend ple, and free from all I tipping at otwomsA 10 ezPeIj
tt! was a frown of unfriendliness thatVach to be pointed out to an infuriated mobas was here at last. From that I trusts.-Cor. Dixie Farmer. Two ot Lave six fingers punts WANTED i" p.a and. I at bout,
moment public opinion was kind toward I hand and the same number of toes on promptly .SJ I ,. fa
faco wore. and tho glance of pity the murderer of the beautiful gui foot. The eh Oil .I u "
are of Standard MUTtrwafOALAKT.
Ben U. t parents
Tollivor.
t \&at illumined tho countenances of the lying in a pool of her own blood at his Further evidence ordinardze' v .wb.a.Vo.L J 630S, Boston.>a -

I W of his old friends who had survived feet. A mob will not listen to reason. entirely freed him from suspicion. and The Cultivation of Jute. hog THE statistics of the export of beef and -

}, t\t.. conquest of time. So ho shut himself Their first impressions are the one upon true he was murderers once more a free man. The Now that all the Southern I ', lows prouc from, 18 this the country total value are as f,.[ DETECTIVESWmate

u& n his which Jake Lafllin and Bar- $9,750,521; for month last
; onco happy homo and began they act, and ho clearly saw ,
planters
are declaring they ye"r ,. ,
Lacey, two of the $6,677.329; for the nine months SI..4m .to art.D""J.t.
th fo ney traveler's early ending Ju'/ .. .
of I.
J % the Scent
!; a hermit. Besides hisse1L1V. circumstantial e'idencoVag strong cotton bagging for the cotton to 31. lSS'J, the amount was ; fort h GraitnanOettctiveBureauta.44Arca. 8 rrlr iprrt n not *ww> .IDd. '

' which were few-for Tolliver against him. Blood was upon his hands acq-'aintances. were sentenced to the hold the products of their fields same period. the plecdig 14,1i.2 yea f <
. was ..ot a rich man-ho for he had lifted tho extivtno penalty for the murder of the
girl's into
to
rare- poor body market rather than buy jute oeaMRS. .
i i. ly Q&held a human countenance lie an easier posture than it lay "hell he girl who who was a stranger. None knew from the mills in the Bagging Otis OLBX, of Detrit, a wedlga KO-KO-TlJD
was W sho was nor whence sho came. woman,is proud
in tho labyrinths of learning. first entered. The mob \\ou.d find him the question is revived of the of a bounu '
boy
S Her dress one year old, who
150
was and
,
Africa costly she
wilds very weigh
-- aro but patches of raids there blooJy-handod over tho very bility of cultivating jute in the : A dime museum mana $punw.
*hcnVompared to the body of the wore many magnificent jewels. Sho week for the P PATENTS BllHI FlEE .
mazes of the victim and, incited by the States instead of privilege of exhibiting W.T.FIxem A

, --...-' :: path 0! etters, and thid man, who had cunning of the real murderers, would came to board.the house No of Lafllin and secured for the necessary fiber.depending on child, but the mother refused t listen _: AMS ThIS'A&H.'O....,..atU..."ul"_
l r never Ifcf his fall amount of question!
i him a'nd
reckoning; while in the upon destroy him. '
As matter of fact 1'
a the )
BEST Send for "
pr
ing served to bun.Sick ;
glean
item ItD.
1 unbrok forest often; found hirasolf Nothing better daro ho expect Oh! any of knowledge has already been tried, but SCALES u eek'Stale Wi orlBuaor
.
Headache-
her _
concerning -JAK$r
Her
hopeless identity. life
i for the wilds AU
entangled in. the meshes of of Africa! Oh! for the ,
.. ecience. \ hordes of was a mystery, and a mystery which thoroughly or over a sufficiently ----!- ---- ---
Even I. a
;: savages the fiercest very distressing affection,
Jute and generally arlslt-g EDUCATIONAL.
lies to this area. ramie will is
day with other grow
from
and stomach ,
deep
trouble
r is gentle beside bllioaanesa
.. savage and "
a reasonless !
, ':" .. strange things, unsolved. uriantly in Missouri. In and we frequently Bod dllppl"
mob of chjlizedinen.Tolliver The murderers person* of both.eXll sv- ; BOSlSsTcOLLEGEiwn
; ; \ ; .1 killed her for tho valuable jewels and Mississippi juto has been as Ject t periodic headaches for which they crn 'a5
was aroused from his ascribe no direct SIESII'Ul. TI' X.
gloomy cause. Bat the
t. ? ( with which sho was docked. sixteen feet high. with three :: Indication headache I a(1119 nd y.. 1..tlr"'. .'1
; thoughts by a shout from the crowd in of stalks from the that there Is something wrong ,oml- !&YWBITE ICE ITIRTANT&TRATTII _
F Free again, for the second time lien same roots where and wbaterer the cause Uood's PElUI"l"U4 I'BE
waiting on the outside of the cabin. Tolliver into year. Near New Orleans jute Is a reliable remedy for headache, Suepar1. BtislnUS:
: Well," ho plunged the jungles of the and al trctble Hand oI8
.. & reasoned, "my time Is Dark Continent, from which he has reached a height of eighteen I which seem t require a corrective and reK'i- La J. nVSOO Sludeau Ywr'rG1o
, liit" about up. The mot is upon me." the alluvial soil and a lator. I cares dSpsl.biliousness ia MUM po. Cl" Send for Clrenl* .
, fE(4( never returned. Whether he has fallena I climate tones malan" .
i : <' In a very short tiit.a[ Ben Tolliver was 'tach crate an appetite,and ,Ins. 511DT. Buvkntel kepi1.t'tnm."h.p\r
have
1 q facing a motIy crowd of about sixty victim to the awful fevers of those region been regarded by strength&te nerres.Hood's ,. HOME ,Shcnll"o .r..tlorOIb .

; .,' I ( ,f,. L4 M\ men. tropical regions, or whether ho has as superior to the Indian lands a Sarsaparilla -by mal-!.cIrIrI f..BUIA-M'S. tUkG B.ffiXjANK.F. '
I- I gone down before the of tho cultivation of jute. The .
sz Ii ; & Kill him! Hang him to I spear savage Sold 1258
tho
first
, is the matter is that in bya14pfst.SI; six for fS. F.epsree -
India only
; a still the
i & IrIr.'I V' question unanswered by =
w along .
limb! exclamations which C HOD" C.Apothecaries.Lowell.Mass WIIE.V WKiriNU TO AI VCKTEK' "U' P
- 1 C 7 ears. greetedhis the banks of the winding Kentucky.: stalk is decorticated or reduced to : Doses One Dollar at;taI $.. .& Adun .' 1
I
10 I
The blue-grass by hand labor, while in this _
reflects the smiles
of .!
"Men\ he said, facing the mob "for I __(. ----
-
Nature, the roses are in bloom at the would be impossible to obtain --
; God's sake be
careful of what is
you are hall again, but the labor cheap enough. and there
! about to xlo. I never saw this young master is once more ;- BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESSGoLLiii
lady until summoned to her assistance. t dead to tho world-perhaps, this time yet been no machine invented 1

dead forever to the heartless idol Civ do the work perfectly, though _
"
-
, I found her .
basely murdered "
.
:\(. in this
ilization. more or less successful in Wr TLOUISVILLE KY
I l'r l hut" Jo. A.- PARKEIA part -J f" .
---* ._.. been achieved. .
r "The same old song-'I didn't do iU'! .
: Carlisle (Pa.) youth who wanted In India the cost of plowing iil
sneered
ono of tho crond.1.Two
: to go lo picnic, but who was afraid tt mated at $2.34 per acre, being
1113 ?ACES 1'Al.E. of the strongest: mon seized thuJoung' ask permission from his rude :
employer and
i got primitive means
-:----- traveler by tho i Cough Medicine.
arms as if to his girl who! lives in Kecoramendf-il by Physirians.V .
4k One he the bind Mechanicgburg, teams. In Kentucky which aU cl
night rest !;sly paced him.With ? i faiUWeaiant and agreeable to tho
to ak for him which she did by telephone 6,000 tens of hemp Children take u without
iIi floor rerolvlaff some f the deep and a mighty effort Tolliver freed annually objection. IJy ilrn ists.GON .
pnd! secured. !tftg coveted verr,1s.! of plowing per acre is not .
: UnfAl1wmnblo question of science in l11m QU from their hold, The flro ol a il0u. s
UU
) %figure 'fhe coat of raising .


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