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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 22, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1889. NO. n.- :-" _
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V HOW COLUMBUS FOUND AMER- Td rather hiro a girl," said he "to And the words were Uke tn-eJged THE PREHISTORIC HORSE. A JAPANESE: lAD l- STORY. A JUDICIAL LAUGHER.

V ADVERTISINC RATES; ICA. help her." daggers in Joseph Van 's heart for he Something About-IU Evolatlou to the Ezeeleni: Illiutrstlon of a Gruplnl' The -

\ tfTACBire 1 w !:_!111D''!! 6m ISA -the deck; Hire a girl!" shrieked the three knew that this white lamb had been Noble Animal of ToD.y.The CSoae-Flated Temper. Me Founder to Revolutionize of a Profession Legal WWeH Xeu.04h.Prom V V

001' ZQOI 4001 JGtJOflSOO 00It t 00 Columbus'Go home stood r' the upon sailors cried; women in chorus. "Hire a girl to do offered up on the altar of sacrifice to modern horse is descended from In every country' town there are at "Mr McGlue. I suppose?" said a

re* 1& 3W s 600 00 1000 600 i 00'301 00 'Not it I perish on the wreck," the work of this small family! Is the that cruel Moloch which has devoured horse-like animal whose remains have least one or two men of bad repute for robust-looking: man. with an ashes of i\

't'" 12II qvres uares. 2007CO 1000 1200 1800 50 au O0I5 00 M 00 00 Great Christopher r$!plied. man crazy? Why shouldn't your wife so many American wives-JVork. in recent years been brought to light .greediness. They always insist upon roses of nose and a big mouth walk- -

squares_ 10 001 1500 2000Ml s 00_ wnw I Next day the crew got out their knives work as well as Deacon Peabody's wifeor Not the healthful bracing work by several of our advanced scientists. all"that belongs to them and, if possible lag into the office of that well-kuowm-

line Teh for centS each a Fiibsequent line for the Insertion.first and five< And went for Captain"and C. save our lives. Captain Zeke Johnson's wife, or which is a healing angel in its.proper These-remains are found in the lake a little more. No one ever gets merchant the other mornIng.

special rates for time mawrUMsm upoi 'Go"Wait home"the7yell0Z one more day." said he. anyother of the farmers' wives around degree but the drudging toilsome and swamp formations spread over the better of them in a trade, or if. by "You'll have to excuse me just

application at the offlcLSUPSCRIPTION here?" never-lifted work which grinds down considerableportions of New,:Mexico chance such a thing does happen it is now." said the business-man snapping
far .
RATES; Then We're If from I can the not nearest tell how land "She's different you know," said soul and body alike to the level of a Wyoming and Utah. They show: that a bit of good fortune upon which the his watch;I've got a big case to attendto

Til take you home." "Agreed we are I I" Joe. somewhat abashed by the general mere maoV.3 and transforms a valiant the earliest horse or horse-like animal entire com &unlt congratulates itself. in court this morning."

Oneyea...J,1' ................. .. 50 aD Answered the sea-sick band. outcry of remonstrance. young girl to a mere worn-out wreck. had five toes or fingers; that is. it They get ak thy can and they keepall "Exactly! said the stranger. "1

h' f1I; *.must be paid..tnv rl&bly in That night when all were fast asleep "He's setting up an idol, and falling And Joseph Vane never married had four well-developed toes of the they gett!: ani !wUh all the rest they noticed it on the calendar, so I called.

V 4v&nce.uubsortptions flo discriminations In t.ror of anyofimnnlcatlons Columbus heaved the lead down to worship it," groaned Miss again, but mourned to his dying day fore feet and the rudiment of a fifth get and keefl a\ name. The peopleof Don't you want to engage me?"

=: upon all matters of local And Took measuring Cotes and the went water to bed.deep Melissa. the fatal mistake he had made in allowing toe; or finger. This period is called Japan krihw. .e'frl and have story "Are you a lawyer

." Interest cl from all partt of the count dawned Naught could be seen "It's downright sinful," sighed sweet Lally to drift unrescuedout the Eocene and.the animal the Eohippus to illustrat ..th4in"ping. clbso-fisted -Grjat Scott! No-I haven't sunk

t L 1 -----_ ------ To-morrow But water. wet. and cold. grandmother. of the haven of his loyal heart. and Orohippus. ..It.was not larger temper. lOt ''f'\ that low yet. I'm a legal cachinnator." ..
: SECRET SOCIETIES. Columbus smiling and serene. "Joseph, do try and bo a little reasonable But it was as Dr. Day had saidallthis than a fox or an ordinary! terrier dog. There wav: onqe a grand wedding "A what?"

: Looked confident and bold. ," argued Mrs. Vane. agony of remors came too lat .- Geologists believe they;:Jiave traced,it and among thegiests was one'old gen- "Why. a professional laugher. I

.. : Meet every Tuesday "Now Cap! How far from land are we I" And between them all, they so be- Amy Randolph in N. Y. .Ledger. through anott.sl, stagd to tan "''f' V night at Odd Fellows' The mutineers out cried. wildered poor Joseph that he had nota -- whose characteristics mOTQjfwfd;.. ...more cheer with tie r st."Can't .
I A," |HalL Transient brothers Vujrf ninety fathom" Captain C. VITALITY AND AIR. :> lawyer; don't you see? Exasperatesthe
word of remonstrance to utter when resemble those of the horsed and whose I get something for YbUP'
cordially invited to Most truthfully replied; other side. Grapple with the Idea
r.r J. C. WILLS, Lally came homo and put on a huge Criminal Ignorance Displayed In the Hatter size was that of sheep; that tithe formto asked the htpt '"Perhaps: you would don't you?"
;'tseu'd.! "And If you doubt it, heave the lead which had be- of Ventilation.Dr. Arichiterim and eat
Noble Grand. And measure. same as I." plaid gingham gown which the names of some caridy.1 "Can't say :1 do exactly." .
:I P. J. FIXLDS: Secretary. P. O. Box 4L "You're rlgbt," the sailors laughed," "Great longed to Mother Vane. and tucked her I Felix Oswald in a recent articlein Miohippus have been given; these So sayingl',he brought a beautifully- "Well I'll explain. You see thereis

_V bead I IWe'nstltk sunny hair up under a pocket-hand- a medical journal shows that 55 out names mean a creature approaching the decorated J4r nearlyfull of sugar nothing so effective In a jury trial rr-

\fJ.... ;, Improved Order of lied Men. : to you or die. kerchief, and declared that "she was of 100 white children die before they horse; they apparently had three toes plums. The| ol< man took the jar on as ridicule satire and things. WelL

:t.; Osceola Tribe No. 1, FloridaConncUfires And thus in fourteen ninety-two going to learn to keep house in good complete seven years' of life, but he as- and they belonged to the Miocene' liS knees. afti.ptCt I -, : in his hand for some U is also a singular fact that ninety-

-.' kindled each Wedaesday'i bleep[ at Because America the was great found.Columbus knew earnest. serts that hardly five of that numberare period. In the Pliocene] -times/came candy.. Thdugh Ihe'. mouth of the jar nine out of a hundred jurymen never
1 their Wigwam, Starke, P1& "Do think it, born with of death the and 1ma1a seemed a little mall, he forced his
-' V cordially invited How far on was the ground.H. you you can manage germs an early Hipparion PllohiPPu8, a see the point of 'a joke no matter how
:3;' to Transient attend. brother J. O.are HATSES, Sachem. C. Dodge in N. Y. World. dear?" said Joe, dubiously."Of and that two-thirds )of the remainder as large as the modern: donkey and_almost iand-withou mufh difficulty. When plain it is; but they are always readyto

; }l .,W. M. MKA.CHAM. Chief ot Reorils.DIRECTORY.: course I can," said Lally. perish for want life-air. It is too a horse; these still had three tots however, he\|'trie to pull it out again, chip in and follow up any one who

V b LEAMING' LESSON.There "My son, don't discourage her" commonly assumed-.that a child's or fingers, out the central toes alone stuck fast: Hy pulled and twisted starts a laugh-just like a flock of

CHUKC1I said Mrs. Vane solemnly. "We are lungs are too weak to stand ordinary rested on thegroun'd, the oth.qrfjKniitg but all in vin, jthe hand would-noY_ sheep.

,_____ Not put onto this world to work not to fresh air, to judge by the precautionsthat drawn upward and were'Aueidyfer come,out } \ "Are, eh?" .
Be Knowledge
,..... Itapllst Cliarcli. May play." are taken to shut up every possible !- _walking purposes. In ,the trye/horsis, ." .The person whasat next the oman, "Yes sir. Experience has proved
..., Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayef Worth the Purchase. "And you know your .income don't avenue through which pure.air : as wo now know the animaL-Uiese er'< seeing that something was outC the that tho large majority of mankind

Is3* meeting every Wednesday! at 8 p.m. admit of whole retinue of servants,'' can enter a room in which it is kept. tornal toes or fingers khavejecoroerudimentary : .*.. fl.yiV> Inquired; : "}Vhat is the J'/. ?" need to be told when to laugh. They

--=- Ecbool J. M.meete CALDWKLL: Pastor.Sunday "Not happy!" cried Mrs. Secor, in sourly added Miss Melissa. There is perhaps no subject pertain. ; there-is external- trace ."Oh nothing *othing of a ;aut-: 'have to be set in motion, so to speak

morning Sunday at 10:30. every ( genuine amazement as she sat looking "Laura is performing the truest and ing to hygiene upon which par of them but when the- skints' "removed. 'quence only my. hand hasrgot .- 1'1e hoi, like a row of bricks."

T. K Bu>3, Superintendent.! at the pretty rose-cheeked bride noblest part of a wife's duty in tryingto ents and nurses act so igno- from the horse's shank:twO skewer- caught in this- jar and -'n bYjne I "Yes; but-"
.. who had been her "graduating scholar"six become said refuse to like bones : each side out." C ;*_* '9-! ::I'
a genuine helpmeet rantly or so pertinaciously are s en/ flo'on.. "But what has that to do with your
....t& months before and who had now grandmother, gently. For she was a be instructed asin this vital ofthe, cannon bone. ItTnrasonly< in the "That is too bid," 8t ther. case eh? I'll tell you. You see. I sit

;:;; Services Pr* by((Sunday rlan Churrli.at 10:30 am. attained to the dignity of a wedding- good soul after all. neoessity of fresh air to every Pleistocene period (immediately preceding just let me take hold of the jar anc mono of the front benches where the

'.. every IL B. MATTJCE, Pastor. ring and the prefix of Mrs." So Miss Melissa went to visit a relative human being young or old, sick or man) that the animal appeared then if you pull hard, you will get Jury can see me easily. and whenever

::= Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m "I'm the most wretched creature in whom she entertained with all well. It is all the more needful to the that approached in size the existing free." your counsel cracks a joke and says

= L. C. HULL, Supt. the world," said Lally Vane, crushing the catalogue of tho various short- delicate child or the ailing adult thanto horse. Many important structural So, while the oljl! man tried to pull something funny, or intended to be '

back a great hysterical lump out of comings of "Joseph's wife." Old others. if that is conceivable whenit 'modifications have taken, place since out his hand tbej other tugged awayin funny. 1 laugh like an end-man of a

e-hi; Methodist Chnrrli. her throat so that the dry-goods clerk Mrs. Vane seated herself in her chair is so certainly essential to the healthof the beginning ot the era such as tho the opposite direction. The rest of minstrel show and pound with a big V V

:.:: Services very Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. and who stood on the opposite side of the by the chimney corner and went, so all. The abuse however is more lengthening of the nick-the alteringof the company wire convulsed with cane. Of course the jury joins In and

1D14 'T:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday counter, showing Mrs. Socor somo to speak, into rheumatic winter quar noticeable in the case ofyoung children the skull the changing of the coarse laughter as they!!saw the exertions of the other side becomes perfectly furtOU3. -

....? 1 aud'Ihurtday at 7:30. "domestic sheetings." should not surmise ters. And Lally descended valiantlyinto and infants especially who are and heavy mane and the difference as the two men, whom they jokingly ."

....:i. O. D. TCRXKB, Pastor. her inward disturbance.; the collar and faced tho situation. entirely under the control of others in to limbs, as -well as the teeth in a compared to'two:: truggling warriors.To "Makes 'em mad eh?" said the mer

LU Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m "Lally said the good lady pre- "Am I to do the washing she the matter, and suffer from their lack marked degree. The breeding of the ol :imarZit was no laughing chant.

[J. CHARLES KicuARD, Supt. ceptress of St. Si mund's Academy, asked, a little daunted at this grisly of judgment or fatally misdirected horses by man has brought about matter. "It |mrtsj awfully and doesn'l "Just breaks 'em all up. And the

rm- "are you in earnest?" prospect. prudence. Dr. Oswald remarks: "Boysin many artificial changes, which, start at all,h he*said with the tear madder their lawyer 'gets the more

III...... "Never wits more so in my life" "You don't expect mo to do it do knee-breeches often manage to rem- added to the changes already referred rolling down his cheeks. the jury and spectators are impressed

I. CbrUtUll ('Iurdl."cta dolorously answered Mrs. Vane, pretending you?" said Mrs. Vane, rubbing her edy the evil by dint of strategy while tohave given us the useful The company i-ow stopped making in your favor. Why,' In Skeggs vs. -

xL,26; Acts xxvi., 2S; I. Peter Iv., 16. to be absorbed in the fringe ofa joints with liniment and groaning their petticoatetjpjuniors have to stand and beautiful modern animal. When fun, for the affail' was getting serious. Skinderly, last week actually laughedthe

- rIEI Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. pile of tbweling. 'Tvo only come aloud. the brunt of paternal infatuation. deprived of the influence of man the Finally one of tho guests said: "Don't plaintiff clear out of court.",
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r rW4.k G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. up to town because I couldn't be happy "There scorns to bo no one else to Every form of disease is aggravatedby horse soon displays a tendency to make so great: an ido over the matter.I "Did. eh?"

Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 p.m. down in the country." do it, my dear" said grandmother thcinfluence of impure air." Hu- retrograde to the earlier types, the remember lie famous story of Shiba ."Yes sir. You see, when the opposition

- C. J. DENTON, Supt. "But your huand?" I who didn't see wherein her grandson's man beings can live a long limbs and body gradually diminishing. Onka who, when ri i child was one day counsel try to be funny in return -

).PMILTP "Oh, he's all right." responded the wife differed from Zeke Johnson's time without food, but withoutair while the head remains the originalsize. playing with sevMral of his companions I scrape my feet on_ the floor. .

'= bride. "Only, of course, he can't re- stout helpmate, who took a sort of they can not live six The speed attained by the near a big j jar filled with water. cough drop my stick and look as' ,..._

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.City Spect me, now that ho sees what a triumph in wrestling with tho weekly minutes. Their vitality is proportionally modern horse is the result of this care "One: of the.boy-) who climbed upon soemn! ad a darky undertaker. I

- om ers. wretched nonentity he has married." wash. diminished by the lack of pure in breediug, something not requiredin this slipped lind-fell n. ,The other throw that In, though without extra ..:

'DIE :Mayor L. Wjtkovski.'Aldermen Mrs. Secor paid for her goods, wrote So Lally did the washing as best she air and the substitution of air that is the earlier types of the animal. children with; th exception of Shiba charge. :' ,..

': -'W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner out the address to which they were to I could. The shirts were "clouded"and vitiated and inadequate to supply the Prof. W. H. Flower's remarks in re.. Onko, ran off ,Jn Wight! ; but he pickedup "That's kind of you."

-trill George E. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner. be sent, and then taking Mrs. Vane's the calicoes "streaky" that week, sustenance required from it. One gard to the single toe: "It can be a large stdno*nd threw iUigainst "Don't mention it. Now just retain 4 V'

I SUIIIIIi 011 Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. arm led her out into the bright spark- but it was the bride's first washing, cause of mischief in this direction is demonstrated by the structure of the the jar, which;broke; and let out both me in your case and Fit do you more V V

= Treasurer Marshal-E.-Walter D. Wall.Wills. ling autumn air, and looked her full in and she learned wisdom by experience. the confusion in many minds of the relations foot itself, and also by an examinationof the water and tr'e boy. I will take good than all the high-priced lawyersin

. AlBe88or-T. W. Sweat. the face. Moreover she took secret counsel of heat and cold to pure or impure the immediato forms, that this toe the part of Shiba Onko. and though it the country. I'll cost you just
I II "Now, Lally," said she "tell me with old Aunt Sue a venerable air. Rooms are shut up tightlyto corresponds to the middle or thirdof is a great pity'to; destroy It the beautiful twenty-five dollars; and if you'll make

,1LLII I what all this means." negress who lived in an adjoiningcabin keep in the heat but some economical the complete typical or pentadactyle jar is n'6t t|> valuable as our it thirty dollars I'll also put on

FII. County Officer The young creature threw her arms and soon astonished Mrs. Vane but obtuse people can not possiblysee ; foot, the 'ring finger' of man; and friend's hand.! \ a couple of boys-apprentices "
' F. Ml
County
Judge-W.
?.I-01 plerk of Circuit Court W.pblls.T. Weeks. passionately about the old lady's neck. by the perfection of her triumph in the use of having a warm fire with there is very strong evidence to show The old man; stretched out his arm, of mine. They're not very reliable

MbI1I therUf-H. W. Epperson. "Oh dear! Mrs. Secor!" she cried the art of laundry."I the window or door open. It looks to that by a gradual concentration of all and the other s ruc-1*the jar. The candy yet; but when we work together we'rea

,_LL Tax Assesner-J. E.Wainright. out. "why didn't you teach me to make will learn," said Lally to herself them like a piece of extravagance and the power of the limb upon this toe, went scattering; like snow over the team-I 'tell you. One of 'em is

-- Tax Collector-M. M. Hale. bread and pies. and churn butter, and -and she told no living soul how she "If you want the door open what do and the concurrent dwindling away mats, and the', old 1 man was set free. particularly promising; has a mouth

2a Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. weave rag carpet. instead of loga- lay awake at night with aching bones you want a fire for?" seems to them a and final disappearance of all the And now when thfey came to look at almost as big as a darky. and can

:srzl. .. County Surveyor-W. II. Edwards, C.3 rithms, and guitar practice and ancient and frame too weary to taste the sweetsof question incapable of reasonable an- others, the present condition of the his hand the reason why he could not break an ordinary window glass-not

1 k County Commissioners Witkovski history? Tm a failure-Mrs. Secora repose. "I will be a housekeeper. swer. Hence air famine is not alone horse's foot has been produced.- get it out wa.J evident. The greedy plate-glass you kno\-at six feet distance -

=V Iter D.B.| M.:Knight V. Smith., E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinhol dead failure in life. My mother- No one shall taunt Joe with the fact inflicted on the babies but is frequent Chicago Inter-Ocean. i fellow had grasped a big handful of by laughing at it, five times out

in-law says that I'm no better than a that he has married a useless doll." ly made to curse the individual and the -. -0 'candy to whi< b ho had held fast all of six. Nearly shook down.the gallery

ESt Stale Officer wax doll, and she's right. And if 1 So when Miss Melissa came back she family through life.-Good Housekeeping. DANGERS OF TRAVEL I the time.Missionary: Herald. while doing the 'deafening applauso'and

Governor-F. P. Fleming Jacksonville knew of any way to help Joe to a di- cauld scarcely believe the evidence of ,- .-0 P. 'uncontrolablo merriment at a .

C Y. Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, vorce. I'd do it." her own senses. Lally's bread was 4S What One *Can Learn by Taking a Fa4j PRINCESSE COSTUMES. I political meeting at Stein way Hall the

_- Crawford ville. "Oh." said Mr Secor beginning snow, her pies light as feathers. The Authors Who Were Well Paid. Ride on a Locomotive. ClotbMatclasseLnil\ Velvet Materials other night. and"l'llaheml'll-"

Attoruey.GeneralWilliam Lamar.Mon- dimly to comprehend matters. "I see. whole house was in wax-like order; We can not tell from the time tables Morit In Favor. think of it. Yes '"

ticello. You don't succeed as a housekeeper." the weekly wash and ironing could not The pounds, shillings and pence ol how fast we travel. Tho schedule Long closely-felted coats. with !)rin. I guess you'd better drop in again

,. Treasurer J. Pous, Macclenney. "That's it, exactly." said Lally. be outdone by even a Chinaman. In literaturo is the subject of an articlein times do not indicate tho delays that cesso breadths closed to the foot of the this afternoon," said the merchant. -

I Commissioner of Agriculture B. "The. griddle-cakes burn, and the breadis fact Lally had learned the trade of a a recent number of the Ladies'Treasury. must be made up by spurts between skirt instead of flapping tail breadths thoughtfully. .I 1
: Wombwell. In Franco Zcla is the best the defendant in Mc- r
scorched and the rice pudding first-class young American house- stations. The traveler who is curious form part of autumn and winter cos- And as Purfy
Comptroller-General,4djutallt.GenerAI-David. D. Barnes. tastes. smoky, and the recipes tcon'l keeper."I .paid novelist-a fact which speaks vol to know just how fast ho is going, and tumes. They are made of cloth mate- Glue vs. Puny, is now trying to effect ./I
Long, Cedaf Mrs. Ward has '
umes. Humphrey just it is fair to the
Keys.: come right. and my plum pudding always knew my littlo girl had likes tho stimulus of thinking that he lasso or velvet, ai J are worn over a a compromise. suppose '"' /

Superintendent of Public Instruction-. looks like mud. Oh, dear-and! Joe's the real metal in her," said triumphant been offered ;1,000 for a short'story: is in a little danger, may find amusement skirt of contrasting material such as specialist was engaged. -Derrick ,,
"John
Albert Russell Jacksonville.PROFESSIONAL cousin Melissa, is impertinent, all be- Joe. of 30,000 words while StrangeWinters" in taking the time between mileposts silk, moire or ; The styles of Dodd in Puck. .. jON
(Mrs. Stannard), "refused to velJt.
V CARDS I cause she knows what a little silly stupid "I am so glad you are pleased," take 500 for her next shilling story." ; and when these are not to be the Directory to these great AN ELEPHANT. 'I.
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I ao! whispered Lally. with crimsoning seen ho can often get the speed very coats by vests, cravats: and jaboted -
WRVEYING. CIVIL ENGINEERING. Lord Beaconsfield's novels broughthim How It Feels to Ride the Monster for the
I Mj dear," said Mrs. Secor. "all cheeks. Victor accurately by counting the rails passedin frills on the waist lut the large revers First Time.
;30,000 while Hugo died
H. F. ENSEY, this is \ery foolish of you. There is But so gradual had been the change worth; ;150,000. Thackeray is reportedto a given time. This may be done by have been so generally used that loversof Having had the good fortune to be

V.L.L.I :JNGcsTEER.:: : no reason that you should not acquaintyourse'f that no one had perceived how white have said that it was amazing how listening at open window or door. The novelty have abandoned them preferring invited by tho maharajah Bir Sham- .
thoroughly with housekeep. and thin the young wife was growing in regular clicks of the wheels over the straight or indented sides to sir Prime Minister and guardian to V
STARKE little ho earned when his early days
FLA. ing. The same brain that conquered until one sultry summer day, when he wrote carefully. in contrast for rail joints can usually soon be singledout their bodice fronts. or elso tongue-like tho young King of Nepal. we leave
iirmncntin ,
tutl'd with accune1',d !'"*. history she fainted away in the midst of her what he received for "poor work" straps are irregularly on Calcutta early In December to join his
' -'Ierm& f) per day, naIL need not quail before a few details appertaining washing. after he became famous. Sir Walter ed. The number of rail lengths passedin the bodice. For: ins-tance a long coat shooting party. After a couple of com-

t .V "" to" porcelain kettles and The doctor was summoned, and came Scott was paid for an indifferent "Lifo twenty seconds is almost exactly the of green velvet is of Arincesse breadths fortless nights in the train we reach a c' .
spice-boxes. promptly. He felt the pulse listenedat number of miles run in an hour. If entire, the fronts lapping to the left at small terminus. from which a five-mile
18.000: and Mr.
of Napoleon" ,
J. Hayley
0. HAYNES, "Ah! but," sighed Lally, "you don't the heart and shook his head. received no less than !:11.000 for his one wants to get a lively sense of what the waist line falling! open below to ride on an elephant lands us in what is

.. know how" hard it is." "I can do no good," said he. "The of Cowper. Walter Scott it means to rush through space at fiftyor show the front breadth: of a skirt of known as the Nepal-teraL The elephant
biography
DEN'T-Swr: : "Try, said Mrs. Secor. "Put your time for interference has long since sixty miles an hour ho must get on green bengalin, which is cut out in on which we ride is" a small one
abandon Lord
i had to poetry as soon as
whole soul into it. Determine that gone by. What have you all been appeared and while Lord Byron a locomotive. Then only does he three deep sco iope- at tho foot, and and is supposed to shake the rider as

Office over Jones' Brick Block. you will succeed." thinking about to allow this frail lit- Byron calculating;one morning that he begin to realize what trifles stand edged with wide passementerie that little as possible. but to us novices the
was
So Mrs. Vane went back, "deter- tle creature to work herself to death?" between him and destruction. A few ends in knotted | fringe. Tapering shaking is far from being a gentle one. V
had made !:24,000 by Shelleywas '
i:1UGG,: -- mined to succeed5"Meanwhile. poetry. weeks ago a lady sat an hour in i bands of. passementerie with At word from his "mahout"wild-
V & WILLS "Eh? said old Mrs. Vane, while complaining of the printer's bill
Joe Vane, handsome, the cab of a locomotive hauling a fast out fringe are jip thf sides of tho coat looking creature who sits between the
Joseph stood white and shocked beside ho had to defray out of his own pocket.
warm.hearted young Hercules of a the bedside. -V. express train over a mountain road. front, and thtj-o if a soft gathered elephant's ears and pricks him with an

I Attorneys at Law husband was pleading his wife's cause "She has been killing herself," Metalic Facing tor Walls.A She saw the narrow bright line of the plastron of th3 becgalino above the iron staff-he goes down on his knees V
with the domestic Vehmgericht at rails and the Elender points of the waist line Another coat of blue and and one climbs on his back as best ho
0
enunciated the doctor. "Likeall
I STARKE FLA. home. quietly metalic facing for walls of build- switches. She heard the thunder of brown brocade. as heavy as matelasse can. holding on by his tail with both '
the rest of the American
Will praetlce III all "She is so young, you know," said women ings, by which the surface is made to tho bridges. and saw the track shut silk has blue velvet set down ttiz entire hands and trying to get a footing on his 1
the do the work of
Courts ia.the FourtJy she has tried to threeor "
IO4Y1ftbJudje1a1Qujt& be. resemble cut stonework, is proposed. in by rocky bluffs and new perils sud- fronts and lapped to the left. where it slippery quarters. At last one manages -
four. Look at her,as she lies there,
,wtbC' F. J. FIELD "She's twenty." said old Mrs. Vane, like a frail broken flower" he added, According to this method. the grooves denly revealed as the engine swep is fastened just below the waist by- to scramble up and one finds one's self ,

j a Medusa-like female, with high cheek- representing joints between stone- around sharp curves. The experiencewas three large crocheted buttons; the on a square cushion almost as slippery .
1 do not that she
no was .
JbII'M ..JSTARKE bones, and light blue eyes like balls of sadly. say work are stamped or otherwise formed to her magnificent, but the sense skirt und r thi*coat is merely a silk as an elephant's back. The first J

r k :gD': W In! I"r r steel; "and when I was twenty I did ever would strong have but lived with to a proper good care old age.she upon the outer faces of the sheets,thus of danger was most appaling. To have foundation skirt with a wide-plaited time. when the great beast rises on '.j ;

the whole work of your father's farm producing extended projections on the made her experience complete. she flounce of blue; velvet at foot. The his fore legs then on his hind ones it .:

I Joseph, and had twins into the bar- Now- inner side of the sheets. These propor- should have taken one engine ride in a large full-wrinkied sleeves: are of blue is!' rli one can do to hold on by the .
,tf FLA. "Doctor, wildly burst in the
gain. young tions fulfill the purpose of bearings dark and rainy night. In a daylightride velvet, and a band c. brown fur trims rope which are fastened to the sides. VV-

' ?' A* :t GUApATTEEfl Boz4L "And she's inexperienced, too," husband "she shall have proper care! against. and hold the plain portions of on a locomotive wo come to real the neck and ,the wrists. A brown of the pad; but practice makes perr-j\ ".
.I : Ij I must have been blindmadbesotted -
:! -f''WO.K' added Joe; "just out of boarding- the sheet away from the work, sufficiently ize how slender is the rail and how cloth. with emhjroidered black borderin feet and in a short time one learns to ,-.,. 1
But now I am wiser. Tell me
I PEEK& FItAZEE school, you must remember.", ? to form air spaces betweenthe fragile its fastenings compared with straight row?'with points above i* adapt one's self to the curious motion. ,';
what to do. Shall I take her to Italy
's
'r.I i "Stuff and nonsense?" said Miss Me- Will advice benefit her? ForHeaven's walls and metalic facings of the the ponderous machines they carry. made up with l pg princesse coat back A good small elephant will shuffle -' -,
lissa the elderly cousin European' structure. the effect of this being to We see what a trifling movement of a breadths, while]the sides and front are along easily at the rate of five miles :.
fi who
Attorneys had been
still
stand there
at Law and sake,do not so
..1/1I Notaries "disappointed" when Joe married the I insure the very great advantage of switch makes the difference betweenlife cut off at the w list line to disclose a an hour. climbing steep ravines and t...
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and
pretty young girl instead sternJ1'"It protection of the building from dampness and death. We learn how short straight skirt of! the brown cloth with other obstructions. so that the rider
:;. :;.ST1KKE{ :, BBiDFORDCO., FLA. self. "Is of her autumnal may sound harsh said the doctor as well as from cold in winter the look ahead must often be and how the black border across the foot. The oftop finds himself hanging on In an ,

11"-. V A3trseti t be set on the mantel-tree woman expected to "but truth is best. Your ques- and heat in summer the dawger from close danger sits on either hand. Butit front of the waist opens over a vest of almost perpendicular position. No V :l

1peIt.51 ,-. of Title and Be'l Est&te Law a with a gl.;\ss shade Fol"S and coveredup tions come too late. Not all the external fires being likewise dimin is only in a night ride that we learn black bengaline tucked lengthwise in animal is so sure-footed as an. ele- S.

,,,,"f,.., I )It'Itu.AIiatres: +.. l.1PflIXSale furnlsbed "howln3' every 'Del. to work say I. if they got" medical skill in the two continents cansae ished. Of course, the- appearance of how dependent the engineer must be, ery fine tucks that stand out like phant. He will climb steep banks and ,
To all intents
epe. a eat. wife
,
'!:! & Judlrmen&. Attacb&II'IJ' your now treated in this manner bands edge with as
;' .:;. 1.n4all; matters or public record ."dlli. "We are none of us human butter- buildings may after all, upon the faithful vigilanceof cords; black embroidered slide. down into river-beds
(I""': _... *.:" Dltn11t1e,or ntal 16'ale In I1radlonS flies" said and purposes, sho is In her coffin al be improved by painting in colors, according others. The head-light reveals a the fronts of th ('flOI"'jJ \ \ up to date or grandmother mildly "and -
AbathtL
('(1",11.., ,- if your wile rea.Uy'loves ; ready. to: choice.-N. Y. Sun. few yards of glistening rail and the the sleeves are full, with deep close particularly objects to a bog and let .
.11 you, Joseph died and in the.
So little.Lally ,
.. It will be her poor y.p- ghostly telegraph poles and switch cuffs of the buck embroidery. The no one attempt to ridewhim over one;
:efIJrflI': I HEADQUARTERS your money and greatest pleasure to save" delirium of her last hours she looked? V -The lay of the poet and the lay of targets. Were a switch open. a rail foundation skirt'of this and of similar for if he finds himself sinking in his f V
FOR study your interests. into her husband's face, and said the hen differ in several important : -
up with two the rider off
:ErtnLOJl Joe whistled In aken up, or a pile of ties on the track, dresses is of pa.ca. very first impulse ia to drag
)c J{ t XNaUR.A.t\TO: of wa '. an unconcerned sort smiling: .oIIIIIIIk features, and in none more signally we could not possibly see tho danger short steels pla&d low in the back to and put him under his feet, by way ofhaving
Lally.wafo\ Lally ho thought "He knows that I was not au,, than in the readiness with which the
now : cloth coat but not to stand on-a -
the proccl1ing
epl'f'fenUDsr the lJ"erpool acd not : in time to stop.-IL G. Prout, in Scrib support hey something1
: nndclot4C0mMny.< London- i vld lr8.Jelusat} Ye nor. grandmother, nol'oyet less keeper.doll"; ho knows I am a good house lay cash-of the.hen is convertible- into hard ner's Magazine.. to extend it.-liarper's J3azar.L oaQ'would hardly approve QfLtpr


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".)001' AtTHQMk- E" .AGAllf.- '-'- '. w' .ANTS OPTRVBY THE SOUTHERNFURNITURE

: 1 ]I r i j { GRjEAT .
II OO will He nepllcoto! Mr. Powers. Nothing -, .

I I f of 50.WO( J Like Prohibition.. ,'

I I Editor TELEGRAPH'Mr. Powers in his STERNBUBG AND IJOI
mangers j HOUSE
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: I a_ftittc j I arclile in yotjf issue of; the flth lust said ,

!a' Mtuiv good thing but like Mr. Peters he .
.v.
I a local or I'' miviinced Bume.'uy pn-at-errors and be IN THEIR NEV ANT .MAGNIFICENT STORES .-

I, : are to be I Is therefore opeu; to critici<-m. lIe says: : .-*.-,.- ,' ..4 .

; r ; I | ; : ;northern. and and"A judicious vast majority thinkers of the are best satisfied informed that -- A' HOS- 40 AND 42 WEST BAY ST8EET, JACKSOSMIE ROKHJL. 4

1: : ; prohibition an airant and nrrogant .
I i humbug." This w a most egregious error; Now offers the Largest and Finest Stock of ''Jjl
flTRNIR1'CAR
in the city; il is just tbe reverse. 'They are satisfied. Groceries Provisions Flour PET$ MATTING WINDOW .
They want to sell yon yonr SHADES, LAMPS
know that is founded '
prohibition
Trade :11- yea, upon .' ..t.i
1 I tbe eat lius. :' truth and justice'and will eventually. Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. CARRIAGES, t' !
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k succeed; it l Ia a mere question of time. /
t1Dcil and The "uuinatieS."SO called do not DOTS' \VIRE\VIIEKL VFLOCIPEDES
deny
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:i .stopping that alcohol l has its uses-as other poisons.' They want to sell you your Dry Goods and Notions. GIRLS <

4. \ ) lefl a pro Hnd they .purpose, putting on tire same TRICYCLES : '0 I '$:

1.4.!! : to be basis and'under' pie. same control us other They want to sell yon your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. COCKING HORSES, -' \ ,:
poison Via counterfeit Is wholly
money
-: ) 'lo bad and 'prohibited law. But I DOLL CARRIAGES-: : ,;.
T4 I by
will be nevertheless it is made and circulated. They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. :

; I The government ha. the right and the BLANKETS COMFORTS) CURTAINS AkD :;

power ib prohibit the manufacture und They want to sell you your Boots, Shoes and Rubbers .
in COO:
:
our ,' ale of adulterated or poisonous beverages IJSTG- STOVES -:c

of doubt L which are liable to injure and do injure They want to sell You, Your Hardware, Tools and Building And more.; li fjt

county the people, as well as the manufacture: Material. tllaJ

:'_. advant and sale of :adulterated and poisonous OILETSETS 0'l.. ; abo
food. I hiiTo 4io doubt that,If the men f enl,
: that I who are en)!*led in manufacture, sale They want to sell you OUr Wagons, Buggies, Agricultural Implements In CHINA and TINWA/IE than was ever brought to the SontJ.-tt.li !

I those who and use (If liquor were to join the
prohibitionists Seeds and Fertilizers.
A D I
Jfow, they would carry the "liquorbusiness" BiE5 i.va -r Pri.c 'I" I 1

:, if our pen toils grate_ And OU1 would _not They want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and Whips in I WeDrive i'i! Drive .< "_'r.i'
k : Pi
that lie joyful wiien men could get drunk OverCompetition i
in bring no morel And that is'jnst'What the tern fact they want to sell you everythins you may need. Give thema : and lotbt ;. : ;f
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: } ; who are perance people are'working: for. OliI I but I trial, and you will be convinced that they will save you money, _.: AWU7! ". ::.

. t :; I ? 11 state would W not have.V'jtforioiis( country if r on everything You buy fill at the same time guarantee the qua [ ) o ( ': ', >.> _

r- f.. l pp rtuulI)' the liquor business, ".."'*:*,bever.ge. was lity and quantity of Goods. Send in your Christmas ordrs .YO IV before the JBIG .R Usn 4. I
dead. .No more t drunkenness nor wife-
.- and it is i heating by tirublttStffai8li ndS;';4)Ui )
: peaceon CLARK & LOFTUfe : : D
r ) : earth ftnd-jP o-WVl to'm L i As: urn > 'i &


" ; : .-. i to sell h,prop-we ed making practical UK the rapid"uawp"1ijstlcated pruWbltioMsta attfilea'!townrd aniTWCrtpaciaU are successAi, they lore TRU8Y STERNBIiRO & COMPANY 40 and 42 W.}Bay St.. 1' Jacksonfl ,

;'-' t rdvertis- to Gen. Fi k. GOT. St. John and Doctor ,,, .___ _

SftH world .to I Leonard; I know nothing personally and: i > : -

*i >. So let am therefore nol prepared to defend them; $1,000.00 .
; ; ; .. but 1 cab 'emphatically declare thai STARKER FLORIDA
the Trade -< in MI- }- ,
I the "' include ..
of
ranks _the anti-prohibitionists! .;
\ j keep pace I tb>buk! ; of the trash and onscourings -.,-- -"-----.._---. : FOR O Lyo $1.OO ,, t-" r
.: HeI s .' In'ere.$. I :
j of immi ottwVf; r1dI: > the prohibitionistscrfnnot'be .
: ; el1
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,,. blamed. If catch The Georjfia legislature bus passed Ten Thuu.and Dollar in Souvenir So be ; *.' :
: : tL by any they 'a hybridcasafl'AgIn a I Florida Trunk Line. Given Away . L tu : he says; "The typical law making it a misdemeanor to publish ofih. .._ : _
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will do ; .
: -"prohibitionist is lacking ,in balance any advertisremeut lottery.. gift enterprise 11I4ORIDA CENTRAl ,. ,::
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IL.: each per- HI dfe, 1 w' -Well, that is rather bard or. or any other srhme forbidden by Al FLORIDA SUB TROPICAL

'-. i lethargy I 11 people; of God the ministers/specially ; hLW. or the result of t. Hrnwing or ilistrilnition II & PffilNSULAR R. R. EXPOSITION. : ;>: _
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jf I ; =.UK-y.Jire about all prohibitionists. of gifts or priz-s. either by newspaper l
: 1 over us. I fs hilhqtIfiitmay have some f rce, but written or printed posters dodgersor I''St.ndard Formerly lire P. R. 4 N.Co. Thursday January 9th. 1890. -
. s not miss Time Vlllt'd.-.Junc 2. 1889. afar-I'noon- N(
they are jadiy'oat)ot balance sometimes. circulars. : '
- goodly fc :that 'daily-being demonstrated some- 3 I 7 .SOUTHERN DI.2 IS 1 f'TlOiplrtl0 FAIITILL1ST OP SOUVENIRS .

; and m. fJ\o;Ube idea is too absurd for Convlnclac Proof.In a Lv Fl'rnandl'Jarl 3 fl5 p 8 30 : 1'1
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instances it has been that B. i o) 0 11 -15 a 1.1' JwksonviHe' 1 O 6101\ No.
irony
further! reply.1'*?., But I have this to say in proven 6ep: 11i Lv ( J' Thtti
: 'allarl1n I
t Il. ik'feflte' of 'lur'hobhn\'omt'l1.; wit'iout tear B. B. Botanic Blood Balm). made by the Bloo-1 : IHp 1.1' BaldinI \r Ar11242, 1'.ap. ?t4 iI'41() 1RHp 1. Ct'rllficdcJJ'ck frrKnnlie .-. ... .. . .. ... .. ... ... -..... ....... -.ltOt L. ]
I spring up of su'cessf Contradiction that i intellectually Balm Co. Atlanta. Ga., will cure blood poison in 5 V 1':7 Pr.\r Lawtey Arl11:8 a 3FI5 a I 2. upright pum ebt'niZ''It cast: engraved panels! strmland scarf..

.nh. I they a/e mtui'saias.! and morally its worst phases, even when all other treatment O5.p :I-Ip'\r:7 Waldo ft..rle so:: a1035p 3. Purler *>uit, 5 pieces ma niCccrit silk hrijcatelle. with silk plush trim- SCO _Oc
p1' tflSI)
.' '!. they lire his sup'rfurs,' ,And us to their fails.A.. 1l2'p 3S.p Ar Hawthorne Arl1tI2n Arl.I3! a fltl)a a niiii;". HS ftillows: One larsiof.L. in term cotta. one Indies'easy
) : legislative gifts; executive skill and ruling P. Brunson. Atlanta. Ga., writes: "1 had I Ha129 pAr Ocala AI', 9""Ic r, 12 iiI a chair in olive one gcnt''i.stsv chair in hliif. .ne hinge reception cbur 1\

i Hint C:iuicit)'. they. osly Deed a trial to prny'etheir 24 running ulcers on one leg anllI on the other :1.a 3 :111 aU 6iUp p Ar Ar WiidWO(5I Lce"bhrg Al'l Art I O'h'l t 11:0 p in olive one large reception chair in oh glld.- .. .... .... jij* kite

wishes uliilityVhat were they n few centuries and felt greatly prostrated I believe I actually 600n 640i' o\r Taauesi Lv '7 TIA 7o5) p P 4. Pair jiiai.iniul eanlrons.. l.es. *; (quality. ... .. ... ..... ..*. 250 out let

: ; nobody ago and What are they now? Why. swal owed a barrel of medicine in vain efforts to 9-1:1 II 22 P \1' I rlaudo Lv 5'1.aIlJO/ p 5. Walnut lit'dru.ni set. eight [pit-res. French lieveUfl mirrors......." .. <>W) two

:; scheme right upon the very freehold of the rights rure the disease. With little hope! I finally acted a. I j T.UIP.Dlr I 1 j tet Ilavilaiul French china Ll ClJratet. l2r pieces. ...-.... .*" JJQ

M! r. Powers says they are not cnpacittted on thn urgent advice ofa frfen1. and got a hot- "I 0 P J.v Jacksonville AI' I In.500mu ,-. i. Genlstllllln.: 'fdstNd*.. . . .: .-... .-. ... ... .... ..*.*...'.* AI
; nts to And-ho'v tumf: B. }i. B. I experienced a change and my Lv "'il.lwoOQ Ar toI: p 8Gvnts magnificent gold watch .ii.d chain: .. ... .. jjs
enjoys ..
came. they there? Did .........
despondency was somewhat dispelled I ktptuinsr 54.):1 Ar Fanaso1Yk..e A. R 12S IiUC
: by the man bring them there? it until I had taken p 9. Elegant Treneh china ilhinup et. 149 pieces. ... .. ....
Nay verily. they : 16 bottles and all the 61.1 a Ar SlIlIIt"rvllIe Ar i 30 ...._ .. inn
to con- worked hemselves there against an overwhelming I ulcers.rheumatism awl ether horrors of Mood J5 s Ar St. Catharine Ar Ii 4.1 l' 10. UuTr's* m>Id watch) aud ebian. biiiitl gold very fine. ...,... PI
poison have disappeared, and at last I am sound 8C.5a \r cnocht'e ; ti. \rlil'licbCJx.l0alrs . mm K
will opposition( the men. Are A. I: 0" ... ..., _
.; hot they-disheartened undo adverse circumstances nilrel! again, niter" an experience of twenty ,1151a \r Dad.City Ar i15 p 12. Pnrl!"r f,Min-r! L'((1. cherry finish . . ': "* '$
I ears of torture it 3J a Ar Plant City Lv -100 ... .:. te
i- I -soon as ? indeed Robt. Ward Mnrey. Oa.. writes "II disease .P 13. ,Antique hat: rack (! tartled "" "
No. their : } .ia1ufl..t1l"rt.lltlJ mirrors.
; they renew .3 I 1:1 I CEDAR KEY t. 1-1 24 : .. ... .. ((55
I J
.; but each energies and move on to victory and'o was pronounced a tertiary form of blood J)1 nn. I J9.9t other souvenir, u gl1'al\l1g . . .. ...... *
My face head and shoulders werea mass of corruption "m'O p 1 1 -15 a 1v Js.eksouuvjlle Ar I rO-r6' t6t14h I. .. Ji6,899B .

' ) Iutle m ii anor. That i is the kind! of stuff woman and finally the disease bepat> cain n.} 2.JJr Lv Waldo An iSLTj :140p ,0.000 SnUVl'lIlrsllmnt.I.UlIg t to . .. ... .. .. .........._...... DE
l nn.i is made of. She knows no such word as skull bomi.g My bon>s ached my kidnejs were Z It a I 22 J/_\1' Cai'csvllie AI' I-II/I 23) P S9.999.54 _
ns I fail it Is not written in her der ngt'.I. I lost flesh and strength a d life became 1043n 4 12 \1'Id.t'r Lv 2ns 121: PI.j3" I Only 20,000 pickets sold at
, ; .. $1.00 Each.
distrib. V'lOlhular"j a burden.! Alls.ii'11 mus" sur-lv die. but r )1onsoO AT vi
and site is one of the prime nevertheless, when I had used 10( bottles of B- B i UJ P Ar ('f-.I..r Key 1.1 74a.: .. : Jee: Sind.iy's: TIAIEo-UXIOX for full IM of fouveims.; Br

, r put where temperance cause. And ,the women are B I was pronounced welL Hundreds of Ecar I I I I WESTEIN IV' I 2 I III;_ Tickets good admUMon t... pr ,nd nri"-ning of the K\psition. sIr
1" ann>w bo sea 0" m > I aiv s na-r bea well '. Agents' waataL
to for -
(
succeed is iniiiittee
success their! to aW.Htllhe l
going ;
0 tjouvenirs
over Vel'e mouths. P 15 ?11.1' JUI'k "n\'liI. tr 45 :4: p : G ,v. Get. P. Drew. T. T.
watchword. The thneor%" that alcohol aids cnovS 4w 0'II, 8 hi Ed.lwin A. 3/r' PJ 1-11; P Jos. Y. "..rlt'r. T. S \\ lmatb. .1. II. T.r .IIIl. A. \V Cockrell Stockton* DP TE
digestion has: neverb'een proven and I'')445 PI ar-r IIa'lltAr. I 2' "' U "2 a All orders for tickets should I.esent Jr.
'' to .V. B.
11 54 p. 0_. 1.1\1' O.lkr ICns; n 1..1IllLin IJirii-tt. Pre -ircnt of (he
1 l never will Lie ltennt the facts of eXPl'r. NOTIJ. I 1 :8:1'..r rl1.Hsron Arl J 2Sa Ii t : ?::m k of JaLkvinville. Jacksouvrlie: Fhu. accompanied I National' T
i deny ci r i il'lIcer1Ive othu"'ise. If alcohol aidediirestion Know all men b.r these pressuts that Samual 'I n' ); C'f."t-.o! I.vl'I'IlL. I.' ._,-'11. tuki-t. by the money-fl for each ..

: i! its constant use would nut lower W. For has this dnv applied to me fortet.rsnf CIsn I--r".r TIlI'lI'oe 1.V!! CI) It :: a cnl tft the Secretiirv for a (/lIlIi"1 of 8"lIvt'riir A
n local t the tone of the tint it atJminhtra.ton I:1n the t'S'\le of ltoriyn HI"'f'n- S 01,1 JuIDI'Lv: S I 0 ,! I i'a "
this evidently it:7r'QI; (toil
. tI system t>auin, '. t'd. an'l all cC concerned arc hereby; .9 i:1. Ri\'t'r.;uIodio Lvi .G a It 0.; a I ), IV pnEJnl ]'iS I'm'. ('E'vrr'.i. T..HulO
: i is a I does us the longer it is used the more nrntfl and admonished to be and app' ar at my 'I r.ll"S >OS I.:. 'i'. H. \. 10. It. 11 cILilv. ci's3. Exhibits. -Send! for full Hsti.-- ---- -- '' U\l .IlHUJIUIIIl I

. : i ii i takes In lance the desired effect? Il only office inthe Town of Stark, Bran ford County 4. ?J. N. O daliy except Sunday: =' ;ai17 I
p good to a vitiates the food it comes in contnct wirh, Fli.ri.la. on \Ioudil,. the** th lay of I'oct-inber. Mond.iv.FBRNAXUINA. ertvpti 1]. F. DILLOX President.

c : l.Mis-inpss! and makes it until as {IIlIdlll make healthy thersbt'A. D. 18-t3. why, then the a-id saM there application to show shouMot canai*. if any be AND JA 'KSVI ..-BRTH.- no\'S-3m S. A. Be:

r- If a 1)I i I good. Instead of it aiding digestion it not oegranted to the ",M Sanniel "W Fox. Xo. t> Xo.ro. M.
SCHUMACHER
Daily. Dy
l us I vcSy. I'11 Daily. Treat
I ; t ,,every jlimulates I the syotcm audits soon us the "IVitncsniy hand and official seal as Jinl e of A :\. A. :\. P. ). A M. .- ,
h.-, i : hand fleet has passed! oil the tone f.dls belowla' he Probate('ourt of liradronl Cmnty and otate It 1(10 715 Fernamlinl. 530 0i":> ------ : Tt'
. of Florirfav thin Hth day. X""cmh..r.! A.D. 1-t"9. 1103 ?: H
et
: inl' :1 in its I normal standard, thereby doing ui [SEAL] Wii. K, MILPHIIIW. 11 22 7 4') Hirtrt Shops.Road 5 5C8 05 10 9 57!6 .I ATroir di
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: ; would i njury rather UIMI a benefit. Liquor 6* t'uuntyJulge l' 2'S 741 Hart. Rixiil Junction .104 9M :

akvn into a full stomach docs not 1147 807 Duval 43S SKM:
always
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: comm lI- P. M. STARKEIe..u.LS1'P.J.IT( )
; "IIQ'J fleet the head as quick us when taken on Notice for Publication. l fl-.' S S3 Jacksonville-Tiin 4 14 911 -_- -. _-- FLORIDA_ 'I'l
; would in empty htonim-li, because it mixes with LAND OFFICE AT GAISESVII.I.E. FI.A I lii'l 1-\ 42 Wu.vcrcfrg Jn cuba 44 90: To my Put rotis and thegenc-ral -- 1
: great I he food inslend of passing directly into October 1Q h.19 I IOTICK i 125 845 Jacksonville 4 CO 9t ) I hat I : Public 1 would? respectfu'.lv announce :
H hereby given that the following- P.M. A. :,1. Pf.: A. M.7iri t am till at my ul lel 1 tnnd
he blood, therefore it takes it ready to serve customers
local n longer i' h-is -;;- my on short
named ttler Ii
; filed of
r.otica his intention
.New As
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.1 PI irleans Kxtm-ss.: shortest j heretofore
+ $ ; t time to pass into the hl.jod. lint it make final \1ai\1I1I1\ the future hanhUl"I'
the gfts U proo ir. Mipportof l.is claim. onickest line to Middle and West Florida points. I use my best endeavors to tnrn
;F- I' t here just the same to do its work IIf deI and that said proof willbem.ide l.cu-r Repi-.rrr i I, ]Pensicola. Mobile and Ne 01'11'300 ':I5 a. m. Ollt good work at a low figure. I sulk-it tbe attentive of te
those In
and Heci-Ivor U. S. Land Office need t-f D.
r to look ruction. Here is what the Scientific at Gai-.isvUIe. ( nd ':YI 0 m. trains connect thrptiTh to Thvrasville. -
that will I Vmericaii says-mid II is Florida; on I 1 Mi'nntzomnery, Xashri'le. St. Loafs.! ('in Cari'iages
p.- Us certainly a good DECEMBER iTII, 18S1, I 1 c innunti.(h5'uugo all poirts North a d West. '
nmjuirer, IUI'fJll"Th uuubtuul USe of beer viz: Jolm nnnp m. a",13.n p n>. ,
e ver/'day gives the pysti-m? no recupern-: t'Xec 2 Tp 8 S Rans-e a E. He n,linesthe I II 45 p in Mail and Express or all poi ts South Wagon..sac..d
of pat f.jllowmngitnesses to prove his continuous Jline\vil Ocaia Liesbur Ta
t iou, but steadily lowers the vital forces. vares. /\porlrl\.
residence!
upon and cu'.tivation of. said liind. viz: Orl.indo. Panasoffkee. Catharine Dade Carts
and and Our observation" is that beer drinking george Chestnut Sr..'''rKC'"h.. tit, Jr.. I'.tl'r Flint e.tv. Arrives at 15>) p m. ) l'ity. or any other style} of f
: when : causes the veiy lowest kind of inebriety, Hagan,James Swindal.Mel.-oso.. Kl>.ri.la. 700 p m Local. connects through for nil! points
closely allied to criminal insanity. 'finettaflleI'I'IIS \LEXA.'Hua .YSCH. HeMaster's ; South. Ocal.,. Gainesville Lecshurg. Tavar.-s .
paper Orlando. Tan>on SprinK". Southerland. St. Petersbr.nj VEHICLES.Plows
nort cli -f
( : s niffiins: in our '
and Tampa. *
of making CUll'S'urc Sale. Arrives at 6 0 a m. ,
large beer dl'tkers Ag-iin : 11 I 45 a in Cumberland Route Express.cnni>cts
may! Le. t ie says that which promotes digestio:: of By virtue of and In pursuance of an order and at Ft'rnltndinwith steamer City of Brunswick Harrows Cultivators
. l i ) : I ti i food }'< food in f.ict." Then: he "No decr.'cof Hon.James :'. Baker Judjre of the daily for Brunswick Macon, Atltinta. Chattannofji. to order
n hays. FOil I t It Judicial Circuit of Florida in and I fort!:e :' lA'uisyiHe. Cincinnati, St. Loud; and
: praise: to tin inn n being em subsist on btrong drink. COI II I)' of Bradford dated Octoher 2il. A. D. (h l': o. Arr\t 1 :oO p m ,
nor does any of it enter into I lit composition 189. in matter wherein! Ieter C'ohin is complainant 4 :::0 p m Ff'rnan.linalal1 and P"xpre dailyexcept And other Fyrming Implements. i.
: i I l help : cf nny healthy tissue in our bodles. awl James S. A. Snowdenand Susan P. Sunday. Cotinectii'fr Tuesday and Friday
Snowuleinhi-wife. defendants. the with "tt'IIUI..r St.
Nicholas
undersijrned. for savannah and
:. and 1 SU'.llIllc tea ouing thnt lie s as Special Master l way REPAIRING of 01
>ay.sfirsl appointed by said Court :tflliflSZS: Thursday with Mallory steamers Ion Vehicles,1 Atiricnltiir.il Implements
Tools
) : cs to f it is food in fact then says none ofit in 1 urS'II..Iof said dt'crt't'"iII sell at public New York.rrn's: 130 :1 m. Sunday train I Guns Pistols: Machinery,
t''. ] 'enters into healthy tissue.VehI.. vlnt auction in trout of the Oourr house door in the I le.\'" Jacks'nville S45 a In. etc., inj-ule neatly anti strongly by e-q-erienfeJ
to build Town of Starke in thesai'l County of Craliol.t. This new se r>ice ei\e Workmen. 01
i nf perfect conne lions at I Only I the best
: becomes it tlu u? FO-K! materials
; : \ : goes to maketissue between the leral hours of s'lie. on Mon'l.i>*. the Baldwin lor all points Xr "n. EAst and West. ( used.
the rest III! and if aduilrraled 1 contamiualeil ; I.- 2.1 day of -f mber. A. 1) 1KM tlei-aii: e b"lIl a Via Caliahan to all polnt Xo.tho Est and UVst.,; : r hORSE SHOEINGaccording) to Scientific
: edio.'s \\ilb liq'iiir it inukc st i}' unhcallliy Itval salilay. the lollowinc des<-ril>ed land lie- via Fcrnandi ia. conneclinx with steamer City Principles.2MORGAN8 :;
lag the property of Ihenid James S. A. Snow !eni or Brunswick for Brunswick )Matron AtLunaand ,
' li-'I1I'0 31 I.. I't' "I't t IboiiMindsIio
i j I and Su-an P.
: inquiry Snow.-eii his wife. defendant and all points North and Vest \
I arc using liquor as a loo I are surely! dyit.g I eubj ( county or : a blow death." as much so as if they were: Bradford and d.-
\ I, and there : using chloral.! And the first dangerous half north ofthe half southeast of northeast quarter quarter of section and the t W(south. and I \andina lA-aveFernandinalla.nl.li'-id. Anive Jacksonville. t2:5 Arrive noon.Fetn- I I, I A2AA/ : B',' -

f./t state who diseasethat attacks IItcm-nud they are west quarter of northeast quarter of section A. O. MacDonnell _.
se more subject to such turn abstainers eleven 111), all in township seven <7) south of D.E.Maxwehl, U. P. &. 1'.,A.
a year they will leap the reward of their range nineteen((19)) cast.containing two hundred[ l..n. Manager.
I fully,, acres more or lea*. Terms cash. Purchaser N. S. Penninrton.Manager. P. O. BUILDING.
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nud the of f
: pnvs rom since action. As'iman paying for 'Irattle .
t: to n M>.S.s ; so hall: \lie n-ap. I w"ultlI lso titles.'V..T. WET KS. .
In return remind Mr. Powers I that t'-ere i is about asmueb Oct. 2'th, A. D. 1889. Special Master. SCHOOL DEALER8I: :N

) rounei!; : liifference l-etween the puie juice: uf I Notice. I, BOOKS, STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS, AGEXTS
: Ihe gr.tpc 1Ili sour \\ lime as ihi-re i is between NOTICE.By \\rHEREAS David L. Alvarez.adminIstrator
L : ,- In pub coinlnea.l. II lilt I\\hiskey.. The virtue of an order made by the Honorable I the, e-tateot M. F. Brown.late of Bradlord lbhet :ih
William "'. Countv. State of Florida deceased has
i Malph'irs. County Judge of Cr.id ord I filed in iI1p.st
k can't and bread builds
I I juice up the system.while County, State of F anita, 'xerci i leg; prolvite my i'filce' a MVge tion of the Insolvency of said' .
: p.ijvr that the wine mill whNkcy ti-aix !it t",l--wu. lowers dated :ie Clli day: of Xoveinhcr.. "tat. the ..otif.all persons SEA-SIDE LIBRARY AND FINE
I Hisa's the Kitroinaiis u I' luj'jor appointing me tine un lersi>;ued as CouumiLsiinei: h.Jlin: claims against Slid estate to hie the CIGARS.
V I $ SlIllIlIch piaelic.illy to elI certain real e-tate Mtunti-d in said Clontit'of sann- in my officl'lnlIII.h.nU'lltt'll. on or i'y
.s food. 1 d' not tiisputc; 1 by the t 1.vrnyrlmey BM'lford belonitfr.gtni'i* e'.tattol Jes-ee the Second rll iy of January A. 1). IS'(). on which SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED( [
: tlu-ii l I diitik it wlu-n they l'lIlIII; ihicountry. -> Johns late of Bradford County.Suite of flit da.. there willl.III.J.1I la pro r.ita itistriSut'on; of solicited ami FOR ANY PAPER OR MAGAZINE. Order
p.tper I It is foil firie! propensitie1., dl'Ct'acd. Now. by virtueof the autlmrity ve>id"1; tin-the a*.til..f. aid estate among the creditors of prompt- j.iveii Losarne.KY&OOS.
Micidiam.Hnai'-hisn. In nieassueli Coinnii,.loncr. I will -el! in S.IK.C.WitTiess
: etc. lie
rosa 5.138 I tlit- of tbe Commit House d,,r.'in the Town of Srarkv, my hand and seal this M.y ?4th .V. It
'. The saloon i is tu unnuiig.ite*! care if not taxMi. in the SlId Omnty of.Ur\lIrtlr 1 .n the 1st MOM I l'SSO.' WY. F. MALPCVRS.L .
: L I uould like lo lino how the luxmitigates : day the 2.1 day of December, 1..g, hetwet- the [S! -' ) Couuty17CiiiO Jli \C.

4 ; the I he ('Ul':''. Docs t the tax keep legal hours of sale, at poLitic auction ihe follow: I ,
[ IIII lan-lsof thee-.t-teof tho1
pro-I Hi.1 le'
<*i se'l l: 'tin
men from getting drunk? .
Nay the
: tax l\E.I of the XWlf _iindtheXW* ortheNK'4!
I of t has nutbiiig lo do with the curse I lie I SjH'ti'n one 1)) Tonrnsnip 6 South) of Range twen Sheriff's ST..A..TESV-ILLE 3ST- C-
says "ta'x it so high Unit it will drive the ty [: OJ] east; also thirty'/JO) acres on the south Sale. ; .

;! I I council low guzzlers out ot the business." What I I shin south of Sttll'the ofSW--KH of, the of the SWAf SWJf: also Hectic 30 acres thirty-six on the Under and hy virtue of an order DISTILLERS AND JOBBERS IN .
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who help ju>!icc is lucre in Inking it out of the i.ttii Tp"isouth of lanve twenty [j')] east con- of sale iSSIlf'tl'olll of thw Countv

'' of fie bands of the poor guzzler and putting I it I taming. one hundred jnd forty 1140] acre more Court in and for finn (.'nuu'.tof J5railf>r in the hands of tine rich guzzler? The orles' Also the E3" of XEJ of Sei-tion hurtS S'at of Floriiiii.. datesl, ()-tolier 2!Ith.)
(he town six ((-i6\Tp' south ot ItrtiiKe-O
east also
poor lire just as good .3 the licli. Her the NAVV of Section thtrty-omle(3luTp3soutt'; SW. r of r 1"R, :n H in"ttt'r whlo":ill C. J. Ueaslry i i41 I

think that cause; 11 .in'n has money," that is no rcaionnj Ran. e twenty-one [21] oi"t. containiinr c re ,m- -oiiiilunint| and IF. A. Farmer I CORN
>r1 1 honorable why he is better than the man \\'illlllutil1l1l1l'y. in tired nil! and twenty acres more or i lei-g, .ntai-i e .1. H. KieriiltT/irodefHiidints, I will allcll WHISKEY
Very clfrelllhe two hundred and sixty .crvs more or less at public -uu-tiou. In front of the ('
a arc more poor man is ranch Sold for tre Tmvn
better than the rich man No. sir. dr cash. purchaser paying for titles of Starke 1 in
we APPLE
deem i it -iiid I County of IJradford, between the AND PEACH BRANDY
pos .ible .not. -W/Llltllll.;-- ., .:. .man :of means and chur.icter Nov. 8. is: JOSEPH Co.nmissioner L. HILL l"':nl '1IIur" of sal., ',nMonday ,
1-nii.i me IIq ;or I'usuu-ss. A\o iioutii ll'
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ti >asur- would keen ink means but what "'Ult!. Notice for ..nnn.11. er, A. D. Ami Sole Proprietors of the celebrated "KFY*' brand of old-f:1 hiontd
V In-come of his character? The Piiblictjon.LAND J HAND MADE
officials liquor busi the
) same binf; a legal sale day, thf fol CORN WHISKEY packed in of
of mss is not elevating in i i..s char.icter. but OFFICE AT GtiNtsviLLB. FLA. I lowing i described itu.-itec cases
tot It dl'gl'lulill1Il1 November lGh. 18J. f property i in one riozen bottles.
cltarac'er like wnter. "OTICE is heivl.y that saill'ullllt\ Un\lIr"] and di'Mribfdus
given th
l pause tu Will find its level. No. id the man nf named settler has flK-cJ notice IIf" his fi.llowlnir! inteu- follow< : A cert.iin strain Miw-niiI!1 Lowest prices fnriusheil) on application, in quantities tosuitpnr

for means and character/ en'er into S"'OIcuwrt tion to make anal pnwjf ia upwrt; of nn rlil-n, mil nrichiiiory 'OIlIlC'oll'j, therrunh. sit .iasers. >d5T'orresponileiice? .
ant 1 that said: proof will lie Hainpioii solicited from dealers! and fnn-niner*
nati-d
made b ,
do not legitimate and respectable business where Weeks: del'Ic of the Circuit (Coui rore at W. T I .' _.. _at. d., _in._ th_ ConntvofiiinniMru I -- -- : __...-
be will be a blessing and lI'h a curse lIe Florida, Marke I ( itii-i rvtt'tf IIr r .r.u.u, and u l lut -- '----

i clean Sli"J\ ,'er) person must ascertain for I onJAXUAUY1ITH.. 1891. I ol lantl deM'ijbed sis f..I1.TWII! and U. D. MINER'

f L, abroad himself the amount of liquor tb.it will acton vx! : Chance Uu'in, trovi.ifm-e. "''Ila., II E. I. .s''es-t, emit 's arp, inure or IC-SH, in tl-o E1JflT6I.
', No 1-HX. f..r
I tlw XWJ. south
him as II beneficial stills I nf N\VtfSe.'S4TiiGS i-uriif-r of that purr U)'' of t lie NU'i ,. .
, such must!ct aii.l bevond -- U-l'KelSl i i:, IletlAlllestllB ftilluwiliK Witlie.r, olNKJnf Stt'i iintm :jii I Tittviiship'm 7 =- -- ,-i .4- i--- .. .. .-: -
which he cannot go. Ah. indeed! to prove his c.tiuuu.ms4 soiuli
for com I! rrsi.bnu'in.ou. and of It'.II C th: O.I..t, bt j
That is one of Satan's; must vnluaiile I cultivation ot. hai.l'md.I vz! : Jaiucs E. H"rrl"oll. .' injj; west If the Fo-!
I hibusi i- -\ for re- 'h irks II. II-im>Abraham, J Johnson Thom nub t'clltr.1 I an feninHiil.irr.iiiro.iil i I ,nd .' -a--..
r emil making (IrUakllrtlsi annul while B i ', all nf lurtlior -'- -
1'1'0\ U-scrih.'il
; as >> 1.II'I.cl Via.ALnsX.&sbEa. ( as coniiiU'n-inv at the :: '
; flay they into making the experiment IhnutHiid LYNCH. RI.i..ler point where tti ; wi>.st Ii Ill' of thenlMiv .f'r-t

I the way if" llieiu, ihnp into the dl'Ullk,1tI1'1irll -- laihniM! liuht of way intrrscj-ts th. ".':.t* ,.. ._,-i: 'm- .' ) -

one may : ()iIce more: Tim p ijimouni Notice for Publication.LAND'OFXICS Mnind.iry 1-" lui i.l! ql.,rlt'r. tlnce n.irtii-
4 leswm the American has to IIMIII is nut to ei I Iv atone saul ri:h! of way dl(1I1 i IIIPIdicd'an.J : TLLV'I
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out the lake bluing waters ot uu (1111'11'11"11I- : AT QAIVKSVILLF. Fu*. I aevBiity-sevon feet; thenco J'L' 1 3It )
; printer's fcch. Y ClI. and 1 will 11I1.1. nor on u full ; V0TIC'}: Is hemhv gix Nu.vemntwr-. n that 16h.the f.llowinRA P'8'J. t f wcwtorSy-iml: j-arill"! t., section lin m t tui.c.: I "

f" their own one. either for this digestion 11I"r) has I I > lianitM s'tiler has flel! 1 notice of hl inten-- hOt hi h mlldaloor..ail. 'I"artt'rtwu in liii- .
) long since exploded and b u'ed only by thin tfl make final proof In Hupport of hh rl'lim. 41 I i'd and M.\"t'III\-lwult..t; thence S WATCHMAKER
I DI\.I
"!p.llotr| 1 that "li.t".of'llIlH'I uiade tTly along,
betol'oV.. Wt-st
I the Ihvil'* euinis-arius (n defmud men"out Weeks. Clerk of T. boundary of saiil tl U IUltl-1 ;
the
,. do not I I ''f their wrulx. Liquors when drank i. Florida on Circuit Court! at Starlce *'igIm I hllllllu'IJllnd tweiity-eixlit -AXD- F
. who '"ululte oi.ly II j JANUARY place i.t'lie inning. i including two ---
have te tIne total vitiate the I 15TII. 1ROO. and d2si1NS ,
blood. | J. L. (
I viz Frank M. seven-tenths : ,
lower I tilt lone of the Ihnl. Uikf Uutler. Ha., H. K. I/'rf' more or lass, same
them a/llil j digestive t funelinn. ''No 18>7A for Ihe XWV SeulOTu58! RH.IKO haying been levied on iindor atalnnent .JE WE-T-ER
) Wflkfll
the
IKTVIM1& fc He imim-n the folw OKALER IH
8V.SU-II1. fosliT llllt. | |big wllm-t f'lI t.> pro e ul'ill llitlltt.1uf"lIit.. Ternnuh ,
away, as. ,.c"tlttlac brain a-id hit continuous rt-.iden'-r and purJi :
ntm.t.|
: t-uim.itio-
creuteiDHtiH.ute Ilf.It.II.lla'ul. vi li ( bor p.i\ini ii>rtit!<*>. I f Drugs & Medicine-
L.ctly at for : William llM..I\v..rih .
| more. U. 1!. AjiTiioxv. j W. #'f' IFINi\-\V.
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U-4.hliT H. C.
Lake IVWH, John H. Ai.drtWH. all of Kprnrsox. STAKKE. FLA. f Starke FIat '
Butler ;
FU.
) Lakes iutltr, r'iorliU. I Sherill Uradiord ( attention ,
County Fla.
Crucial Rm-n to
': ILau.Dalll.rwcoa.R"pttclr Nov tat, lss. and Jewelry. &c.. &c.repairing illw..ik WitL--d-n.. Physicians PrescriptionsI'tirrfiilly 0
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TELEGR/PH. r Blue or Bed.Thonirh t j Mr.V..1L .:Miner from Water- street ... .f1 j. 'S t !1.-t', .. ictr.; '.- I Wby4.w-Y.. III.. \:
iijiif I RED or BITE As tIle city council jure decided to erect I <'t 1
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a ui..TY The KABK be. ,ilk, Minnesota, arrived mute citv ..' J J Mary had a \nnft.oct" .. .;_'.
I 1 t meAi't-"ou'may"D'I hsl \vctk. Mr. Miner i" much street lamps nay person who wishes to ..c l'' ."' I IJ" .bites* trow:ft *n\vl'ttiit(.. :' I
't ROYAL I -z .: =' -- ]Lie paper-Be? 1 j pleased with our delightful climate hue a lamp meted infront of Ma bouse ;". ,-0 I mr.r day whI.rt! lambs','J4.Jd-.n.ir.' .:

{ .}'I:1. SOt. 22, 18S9. } Then Uuy Sal !liP r down M irnr rtmm- ,,
Stzirke of
ffit t Com.in and ]e.r and !hs expressed a desire to remain or place business will report to the ;: I f"d fmm her he never found .
pretty |
eyes.
i iU I Jest ir.ount. .
I- I C.The Then we'll ia turn heie at,least'a year. He will remain ,mminct'. Messrs.. Gardiner and n 1t"r. Lj ,'.! her lamb because she did ont advert!*?. -t-,

I Local affairs : The mowy count J all winter with his brother Alderman at once, or lierenfter for ever bIdJik --j ,,'. ..,."_of. t And Mary had a brother Jobs.. who kept :\ ,

I '- -- .. Go hom rew made U. D. Miner, and may stay peace and pay his lamp tax promptly .: fiI fI 4 village stone be sat down and smoked ;:
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For City JttarsBal. And full of rt-st- without I'I' hIS pipe and watched' the open door; and i

BIDI rf Mr. D. L Alvarez tak i Your prill-r"s paid. longer.No grUT.bljtJg.ThanknEIvIng .:. i ..- f., .- the people passed along and did n.t tnp ,1

,' The rrl4"n.ls in preq.nhin, him to tbe citizens] aid you mre blest. business man says he can't afford -I FrocUntaflvtt. 1 :. 'f.r..f1' ,. '" to buy;John still sat and smoked his pipe ** -' '."

[ and cartiestluiCft ) onion STATE OF FWRIDJ) ". and blinked bin sleepy IPAnd no the '.
lJBR iifStarte' City Marshal 1 Apples, potatoes, etc., at TO patronize the local paper ,' .
sheriff closed him
I EXECUTIVE DKPABTMEXT. f out. hut nlll be lingered '
IADr.. -their furpM1., FIL'tD I Walter Wills. lie might as well say bean't affordto A year marked by many blessings fir ; nears and Mary came In drop with bin'a ,
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__- New ginghams at do business. The newspaper is the people of Florida is drawing) its (;. sympathizing tear. "Hov Is it.-sister.: \

I t1.'fpt't'tfuJ1r announce myself a cani.la1e Truby, Sternburg & Co. really a joint stock affair and everyman close. The epidemic which afflicted a fliT ('i,'31 nal) and l liclt Ihsurpt.r1 who has pride in his town portion of our Mute has hero uccrtdxd I paya1l their hills aDd thiire frota year
of Starke at the city A beautiful wool-tilled alpaca in j any I of I : to yearf fCMnemberlmr her ova bard .
of the voters I.\ a}ear ansNrruiised fcratth. The reverses t
Cvcti'ifl. all shades .t lOc per yard at and his county, will help hold up the of the past are well-nigh repined ,, lurk she replies: .'Tb *e other Mlows -. ,'

W IL ITOLWGSWOETII.annU1cL Truby, jmbnrg & Co. hands of the"man who is trying to by the revival of business and Ibe ie vel- I get there because thej sdvertise."*-Ex. .:

POWDER run a live local paper and l boom and opinent of new industries and rno&rtes.and 'JM i ,
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Look
myself: as a Holidays are coining. out Greac. A. eGc
arF1a4 I r pt'tlfuJly build in which his interests we are entering wbichgivepromi'e .
a season
the town upon ,
and ask ibiuffrsge I up Known the medical "
car.djJaIt" forTi.n Marshal for soruethins new! Particulars in of ,. to pmfc* w>n is qoinine. -

Absolutely Pure. of lb, voter of the city at the : next is-sue. TruLy, Sternburg & Co. are common and mutual.-Ex.Xo The lalmrs of the husbandman unequalled have prosperity.l -Drt'a. .:. I' the b vr of which i i. the Calluya bark
If I dieted 11. of This bark U %
am
cmnroerce. gathered
election. I
manof purity. Tninf city Rosalind the root-knot disease .ded by generous rettirn of the fruif y
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CROCKEHY.
7, tio-der vwvrr'r3ritL.A KMMiii.tsont; cf my ritltrvanti I'I the natives of Sontb Anericaa coanliie
IIoiica11 a :
XeetbJI1.horji&rT *i1I my of ibe earth and abundant -
; ItrfItb a1 bo-IomfI'4't.bI4L *.jca Ot LIe'C4'1Iflouqw.Lion ',, r-irfee pay 1. haul out flf tnwn fn all the I' We base decorated dinner, tea in peach trees i is not caused by I Now. therefore in lunrevu. with t. amlepnrudLiiillps.rtsnfhe world fur L .

( ,.t 1-If' tU1144I po1t'r.of low .told dot.libon nil-bi-i accumu1i1e4 in u.wn. and light and toilet sets at very ]low prices.Truliy :. the roots tying themselves in knot, lime-honor cu't< m. in conformity grateful a ... tbe muDttfacturo of "in.SM.1'be tert.1.f' ..
-c bt.jam o bnt-P I'oTD Q..l1G and the fctrfet lamps in order. I so them with sboe- recognition ant H no greater than hi- muter."and it
-J" ill R-oUI.iiiiG Lien H. Arms.mvMlf Slernburg & Co. J raking among a of the bleedings and mercies Tuuchjafed stand- to that the ha
extract
reason
w I1******s**Yort: i buttoner does no good. 2. The ui by the Giver of all good And in I'' Ml
Currants citron raisins
nuts, etc., the cunttlve |powers of tl e o a1. Thereis
*. Tate Powell, M. D., 1 aD1J.U as a candidate for at Walter Wills. i: borers may be made to believe that President harmony of with the United the proclamation State- of the ;,: ''.;::1", .-. n,. more t-ff.tivf rrmetly fur mahrid

:3 I. I re-election to tbe office of Town Marshal your peach trees are of iron, and .., .. dinkrs! kn-'Hn tit the wairId than Dr.tcm4.relan4rI .
the of the citizens at Ladies, go to Walter Wills to get 1. FRA2WIS P. FLEMING. Governor of. ,-
SURGEOX and solicit support : \ CVIisavn
AND let them alone them I l.mlc whkliMilttcitrOtv
by rubbing : "
: PHTSICIAX thevonJig town election. Resperifully. dried fruits for your Xmas cakes the Slate of Florid*. do hereby appoint "I : CottttZt'a of the purest bark.
over with stove-polish as THURSDAY the &h day November. ("
E. D. WALL. you sug r : '
SiAREZFLORIDTvAEEZ- .AXTED-5UO, live quails.Vlter :. v "t.- rrxl ail d U or : I 3. Yes rubbing turpentineon 1SH9. ; I' .
gest. :. r frszn a diwitttti liver rrxliiv uoc>linb In
J For City Clerk. \ Wills. your hens combs will make them to be a day of Thanksgiving; and I tnro- ,: ..": ..- ',- :ii, itiflijt-nce. Thtv mit L.'diciir I, lot

,..JD.. -The ftendi of Walter] Wills respect Mlr -! Martin Beckman, of Lake City, red, but we do not think that will estly on that enj-ijn day.; upon to nfr the ntrom people their of ordinary Florida .1 t; ,'. 6Go.' ''- .4er' ;I sak Ly Khrtr_ Jninrr.. -.

EVERYTHING announce him as a candidate for CityCits is in town. cause the bens to lay any sooner. business avocations and.in'their J;;k: I.IO' '. 'I U"a '
DEALER i IN *, and ask a united support of the visiting refpeet- ,:: t' c.11t "). .I The pkrw JAtee'er (struck this -
ive places of publ. Tl t* lup, Sn pliVstt .. .,,- eo Stvti..n. and in
election- we air bipis it will Cin-
voters at the coming Morgan's ttazar removed into the It is not often that the ladies of I <
and tli! I
at <; family T" Ut .fender thanks l': .J' tir.ue ti. ".l' hurt
AND I :" : prow Mnme'99.0K) .
For City Tax A ses.'or. new building this week.Mi the Baptist church ask the public and praiee to AlnM& f.'C&dftJ&iw fruits i; :., : ; will be paid in fxrlutR; : for phosphate
BUYER. for favors, and when they do they of the tnrth. and all uibcr blessffga of His Ku'b during the next fifteen within
COTTON I bereuv announce myself fur relec ; Ella Rivrg several I k. days
;
., .tiw tu Hie ()flee of Town Assessor and spent propose to, give yoa your money merciful proviuVi and.IoIwie His l lt.: 'J a mil ur two of town.Ve learn the-
l dan this week with friends at Anthony divine said in cO libuaDOI'hh. : .. .,.- Ited8.I the Ditixrllea svctiiift
worth '
!" i/-if" ihc Kuffmffe (.f the 'nlel at be of goo-1 thiWst.> The "lIar- t .r. phosphate n .

-HOARD---. OR K003IS. !coming jl('UOD. Resp.. T. W. :'&T. .i Fla. vest Hom entertainment and New and I happiness and prosperity oC.fliur'"*f ."*"people. vI- ::*. -/- '.".' "' .. are iKin< wrrkeil auu ibeciuarfu are
rev Boarders onrt1w1Lbe I -***" highly eLated over what M nts to he _imrt i-
"RD-A I %
.., W or will let Rooms Sewing machines cleaned and re- Dr. Uhlein is again able to be up England supper to be given by them With grntcful hearts for the WessJnrs f' I'i t1Iuall a gold mine.K Some hart

lerrns nnfurnkhed. paired. Apply to J- & IJaviss, at and on the streets after bis late severe on next Wednesday night, at the bestowed upon as. let us remember in : ,; I>1 their -laiai-at stnL.4dng pake'i.florlCityTisrwi '..-

..' 5lberfannsLe or of R. M. Alvarez. illness. Baptist church, Is a new and novel loving chanty those who are destitute- and ',f' ..
s.ddr store suffering. t.
.Iac Call on or entertainment for this bat will -- f'. --
MRS. F. B. JOKES, Arrived Walter Wills will occupy tbe town, In testimony whereof I do bereooto set, ," 'l ." MTF. nr On irt.ClTT tip Tct Do\
be a very enjo'aLle.one to all who my hand and cause tu be aooexe4 the: ;.;, Lie AH Co STY, H.8. J
for
Fu. another load of the popular the office a !
STAEKE, car building by post atlend. and at the 'same. time you great seal of the state at Tallahassee/the, : :fp/! -W l'. Frank J. ('wow wnko%oath that be i.
":WEt. HOME FLOUR"This w holesale establishment. I/ this of 'X. 1BKr.A. ., tLenior JMrth.-r .r 11. ilrniofF.J.Cbwiey ,
get the worth of and capitaL eighth day : | .I .
For Sale. tout hu given pel feet satisfaction Our should be prt''entc'1j I your money I). 1889, and of the ,indrpeadebceol: .i\ .' _. d C ,.. doing bust *>ii.n the CItr .
county T! help tbe ladies a litlb- ofTotedn M.a.1 .
Oonntj State tores.d'l
reo:1 .
and the saies of it bave exceed-1 the United Slates the hundred:and :
StarVe U one : .
Near : at the Sub-Tropical. There 1 could be : and that nai't linn will tmr tL atua of
T.'- cre Orange Grove, ed our greatfrt expectations. Try !1''no better advertisement for us. j I A laborer out in tbo eO1ntrr'ho I frrtmeenlTTjcan- i i I'-, ONE HUXrWKD DOLLARS for earltjmred
I-ECA5S and PEACH TREES. GOOD a barreL Heiberger & Richard. I i I own-. a large flock of chickens, has [1. S.] >FBASCM P. FLbOG..j. .1 aisi every ij .CCJd&r" th,' nnnn& he '

itioa. garRERnY LAND. A fine tock of candies and crack-j j The sheet and pillow ese party I been much troubled of late l by wildcats : By the Jso.Governor CKAWFOHD: ...ic\-i- -. :! ':-fi: not' I USE.bv t.. u-. of U L1.4* CAor..nK *

IX Inquire of U. 1>. MISEILOcillSa ers at Waller Wills. j at tile Kentucky Hoi3 -e on Friday I and hawks, which caught hit Secretary of State. -. ;" j :' [ FRANK J. CHENKY.

00 STAEIE.: Fi>onroA. The celebrated and j ni"ht was highly! enjoyed bv tbo"pTl'St'nL fowls.) Compelled to be away from i # .,;.." ."- -,,' ;'.- : j man, I Sworn to before me and subscribed lai
r
Capitol Ken-j home all day lie cannot sbiKit the Call for County S. S.Co. 1'eatloL.. 4-: ": ': the y presence,ttii* GUI December.. A.D.
Jewel sold esclus- '.- ) .
CHING tucky stoves are ? I: tP ,: A. W. OLKASON. *
A Teeth ively= by Truby 1 Slernbmg & Co. I Mr. W. F>. Rogers, of Rodman: hawks. The other day he tied his A t a conference'meeting.- held. in the -.r- i, : \. ,,1iNi.I SEAL] Notary Public.

50 sertedWLbodrSttU fIDtod aD! I'N'- We positively assert that we have 1\. Y.. brother to Mrs. N. I). Haga- heavily loaded gun to a stump in the 3Iehodisl church on Tuesday' evening. s- .. to"* ", at.> I ud *.CaUrih.Cur# Istakenlnteraz.IIy
ne liad arts dlrectl! the blood and
30 : I will the winter the }potato patch and trained the gun at Nov. 12th of the Sunday:':school,.workers :. -. /on tanea
kurdoaa
rf uerw*. a larger t-tock of goods than any man, spend at /nbybear I f the.VIMU. Head Ibrteat'p }-
00 UUD the top of a dead tree, where hawks of Starke. after an adcti1.bf'the Rev. >oaial.( F.
,60 t.-o business houses lu the county.Trubv latter' home at Temple's mill. I fit* for flIts r rew. J. CHEVSTT A Co,
Abcessed I often light, tied a long clothes-line Wm. Shaw state correspoadingsecretary, Toledo OhU.
::23 Teeth j I Stetnbnrg & Lo. The new railroad! schedule went .al em. TH #-otd ball DruggIsts 7c.
25 to the trigger and told his wife to on county organization it was thought .. '
.uco!'uCy'trea.e4. JJovfi'-4w
30 City Lots jur aIe cheap into effect If ibis week.
Monday ( pull it when she hawk in the best I
100 saw a by all present to iwoe a call a* follows -
K PIVOT TEETH adjastd in an arils'ic j Centrally located. Apply to N. J. | The mails] now arrive; from north andsouth tree. Soon a hog broke through the : Tbe "aching void" aMeb! thi : "Dr. Mary Weeks Barrel has brought

75 and serviceable tnanner.WM. t Jonei, Starke, Fli. I IWe at the 1 same time-3"0 wit for fiO.OW damages tLe cIrcuit
55 i p.m. fence, and after filling up on potatoes To all the Sunday School workers in week lakes the place of Mr. court of CJ not co.. lU, against Prances

55 \ } M. UEH ART have now a wipplv) of Bt-r-j'j Oranges ale coming into town in proceeded to scratch himself Bradford 'oonl,. Greeting: Willard. president of the Katimal Woman's .
muda onion] .l. We purchase'!
K.
I J. JOKES'
.
against the its muzzle Temperance Union. Caroline E.fliielI
9US i large quantities. The fruit is bright: gun, whereby Believing that the time ,has come when
ST. STARKEJ1 theM .t-i'd J direct from the Dermuda i abd Ertber Po for
DENTIST SPRUCE I became lowered. He circuLating
and of this and will tangled f in
good MZ season got all who desire U>"see better work'dose, big advertityraent is a good reprNentation false and
defamatory statements
] of lhL'.TE' islaiid.s. Full supply} ] uf J Kuit-t's garden the line and drew the aniast
ibe JXK aj'proved st.\ bring a deal! of to the trigger; the
great money and a deeper interest manifested ia the her management of the Xalkmal woman's
WORE:, UKilu.1jll4: "PrKE'PASABroken Gt'X. t-eed on hand. TLesa seeds are j charge exploded and it afterwards of tbe'eapty promise that ,
was of
and r-kc l PL.ATK<=; Jnf'nI1Ad fresh this grower training the young for Christ ia our county temperance hospital Chicago.
I grown year. j I found that it had killed most ,nerciants!
DJ.oJh "fJ :10.1. wa.dp antnonnous shower tbe
:lid Lrong &lid I.; u l. -il.er
.. .Dr.eas. Teeth Extractea without Pain or New tai m., currants, prunes cit- market: fur 0 miles in ever direc I I in a fence corner. some The butt palmettos Orgauiaeliirt of aU the Sunday Schools public in order to gain customer, BOW'fO r.UtD JtOAIXBT THE DISCAM.Crounla .

Danger. Our I therefore we that School la the tnrror f yo sag looibermeapeHallj
chants
tion. all request every
rnei
are J,11..i'1
and miuce .
run meat tTruliv of the in and which
inalndl Terms CASH gun, recoiling, struck the tre never fulfilled. Mr. daring the early wtontrmmitb
BSSSSSSSSMMM Stenilmrg & Co.W I ness and the! } know how to make i ij I hog }between the and killed the County will send two delegates to a JM it U then most prevalent To
j business.I eyes tJonventioa to be held in Slarke on the Jones despif.es such a sbort-sigbled postj them concerning the cauM. first
ORANGE COLLEGE <> hd\e on hand the be.t a'odlr1.1meDt I, him and thus by good luck our and bow
.eClltJd of December. 18S9. sjtnptoms. treatment to prevent
jn11 I5ioett'7i1Z. d&t of furuitlufin luv* n al the j I T. W. Sweat, who has served j i friend got rid of two beasts; of prey Thursday policy; his trood* and prices are just it. i* the o 'jt of thl articU.Tli' .

FUO2IDA. j ;(.At-.t I'rie.oGi\"t us a call before :: the town two years as assessor and I Ij I at one tilfJ(. For the truth of this J. C. KICHAED. JR.. S'tt. E. S. S. as represented whereby his old origin of rn,up ia a common cold,
I I L. C. IICI.U S't Presb. S. S. children taat are subject to it take CD14v"ry
aDd I .z chaing. !j }has given entire Fatisfactiun to all 1 story xv e are not prepared to \ oucb.SuunsIde .
Brru* a nio taootbi ori'cro oa St p". :j" I8.with !. J F. H. MOKGAJT. Act. S't liapt. 8. S. customers ire retained and new one eafcilv and eronp la almoat Mire to
) Truby, Steruburg t Co. j je parties, announces }himself this week iieonetantly follow. The first symptoms ot croup is
A &C'IETIT1C)1tg lC'L. MATHDUnl.1L .. : for rt-.t.-It-:1i.lt1. 5Iftlult. A. E. Morrr. Act. S't Chriti. S. S- boarmnrtn, it ia a peculiar boanenea
1 nave the for I gained. Next week thi I
' JLXD PEAdlCAL
ISSTEIXTIOS.Trm I Williams] Clark's high grade]
.f:PEa( MOVTH Hi..il.:-$PrlBowT S tj Lt'tnmtta1 flSl 1nmediat. MUb1,' I ] Tin-w. g04d. are iiot an ex- 1 in this! city. There will beer- till the public road in tOt county last lesson Thursday. She will go down twice fore the att ck the child become* boars*

p 30. C.e of b..1.M1Dt'Ilt rUE TTJUI fUjJ, perimei, l Iut ire used extensively' at It'd i<.tat 11 o'clock.] The busine w eck. every week to Jacksonville.County by another tdd. from hi*. and gradually taken ld shows, and symptom this lawbereth.of haying .

Of iritTB.omhKtoCjcni''PoQ Bins Od. )Mandarin the pioneer straubeirv I Jj,!'('" will all close to give th*" TLe new school house will soon be Judse'a Court GREAT DRY fiOODS STORE. I mlalake ia' usually made the moher

J.t 1'1'1A.Gaud Board. at$3 no per.* section of the t.att'. ifirawin-rry i I clerks: lime to attend service (ompfI.tt : Louis Baker (col ). charged with petty l thinking tbecbilJhuJuet taken cold
Tt* fnncij-sl mlj uttt a PU.T !:.>r scbnol ezpEsf -, growers will fi' gives it no especial attention until awakened -
:nce low rvle f,.tD i Susa In&4i a 'ce. a post office IH I f. Ing of tbbild.. finds the rfiiid has tb*
Lori ri.cn.Tr-F Tucxo Principal and Uacbernt. Latest rtyle hat- at !I Cot. 1'iazee's residence la,l Friday Our ,. jail. _ _ vIbe eroup and remember It bad a cold or
thdiub..Dt-partmt".I1t. I1i t' ELLu Un.te.cij.1 i nbt much all. public school is progressing finely. ; nt been hoarse for TT ,lmlo .
IUD I was very enjoyed by New a day or two. >*
111 the atnlDt'dia.t.f' t-v.rt w nt. itr. Trnby. Jernburg & Co. | England Supper. I
I ivf"S D. .... &cl>eriBliaient < 1rnmsy b.art- !: Mrs.! Addle Johncaptured the Cane griuclir.g will soon 1"-% fI. Then I, The Talbird Society will give a "Har- V. I act la when the -nild first borom
.d a JUusic. I 1cbrr i are(.rthata. Apples, cabliage, Jrisli potatoes: you must c me out and bweeten your I hoarse or abowa aymptotua 07 barinc .
: grand prize by securing 19 vt-fct Home" entertainment in the Baptist '
and onions. bonder] liam games, ttxrth 8.1dat torn "sop and 'later." ;taken old; if ( utrlain' a Cough
-TTt1YJTIOI1IStrawberry mackerel :ivhile I T. P. VVall got the prize- church Wednesday evening. Nov. 27th. : Remedy la freely given (mat that tint*
cad fil'L9 dried apple, go'd-m.-da2: score 11 I Oranjrto are iipening very fast. Shipplug There will be music and recitations and aNew I. on, all tendeoeyt j
Growers. syrup at Heiberger & Hi hard'" ]: games. will boon bt-jrin in carries' Et>!liid supper consisting of baked and nil danger bf volrJed. For sale by

Our stock of f i is !I Tbe school piib-distnct election We want a mw and grist mill here at i I beans, mince and pumpkin pie dough- : I. KtVK&a JOISTCX.
groceries always ; once. Why don't some mill man come uuis. etc. General admission 10 :llt& : i
The CelebratedWILCOX& complete. Trot;), Stcrnburg & J.j juas i declaied! off last Wednesday.There here and I'ut up a food mill. We Lave supper 25 cents. The public are cordially sow REACT:

New buckwheat, Graham and rye I ,decided opposition to the plen'.y ..f timber a jd plenty of grist. invited. Ladies interested are request d ,, GRIND C3nOST 30CBLZ itXBZftIII

GIBBS flour at Truby, Sternburg i Co. !I special tax. Had it come to a vote Our strawberry: plants look well. lo meet at the church to-morrow (Saturday of
it would ) afternoon at 3 o'clock.Thanksgiving .
undoubtedly have been lat YORK rlSIIOIIBJkZUL!
3r Truck Farmers Special Guano Georgia lust-proof seed oats at j jTrolJY I d The Lakeside ttore Las closed up. and (". .
voted wn. we Jire .ori- of it A store is nee.led here Seri* PrIce IKI 0f' Br ** eriplloi$3-00 a,.:
Stf'mlurg & Co.
ik tie only genuine r cd reliable ,I Mr. Anlcy Richardson, an old genjtleman very much and somebody] will make a Will be held at the Methodist church on I; The Cbristmaa Number co t*ins
Orange grower can get their tup- loiiune by opening one.Sur.nvtide next Thursday at 11 m.. time
STRAWBERRY FERTILIZER I lately from Alachna county, a. sun by I .: A. JU.OMF1CEST CH2OXO SUfflXXEft OFNONIZRS
.n the market.OnJer plies of crates, wraps, etc.. at j I jdied of heirt disease on undav last. is tLe prettiest place in tbe agreement of all the pastors and representatives i": GREAT '.G.
Pry Truby, SU'rnburg & Co. county. It i ifc 4 miles from Hampton on1' of the variouM churches in this .
TBIEDLXXPtBepreaentl 3JO7.
filled dirwt froiu the Factory j He had no ielati\et or friends here the C. & P. railroad and the G- S. & city. All are invilei.OEDEK! .
For j.
hi of ai
CbesaaiA
Katchel x 5apol ofl clary
trunks and
valises
*
or growers: supplied Ly 'I'II and was buried at tbe count)'; expense. F. railroad runs tLn.ujjb 5Ilnn ide. We OF SEBVJCE: at the Battle of FriwUaiid. From the ortbaalpieuire
TRUBY. fcl ERKBURG CO., I go to Truby, Slernbrrg & Co. have good fiili lukt-b tear by and go' d : 1. Set I. by the united choir. BOW in the MrtrnpoIitMi Xaaoum or Art. .
STARKE. FLA., al in& iuutctur rs I For hatrdt. fchoes CIlklmd with clay foundation. tt&ler 2. Seripture reading. 5ew York.for wttrb VAJtt) mtt paid at tbetoi4
jine at half
pricego Stewart I
Last
- privi freigtit.i:1t1J.: Friday election day passedoff excellent.Success! : 3. Song. -
- The WILCOX A HEnS Gnauo .' to TruLy, Sternburg & Co. quietly in tilL" As little I -It is eM l.a inrCuUanpubacatioa .tiite
14S county. to the TELJERAPB-tLe people's 4. Prayer. eon .and is ao doabt the cbto*."_Tnv
Itay aOrfcel. *anasJi.Ga. Onion *ete I 4
atTruby interest manifested 5Song.. Baa.Jfcxrt
I was a't'n paper-tbe friend of progress!
RIVERS & JOINER Sternburg & Co. light vote was cat-t. The dry men 4. 12 18. 6. tc1'flfl. laa8I'd or oar nuhion iaTOSX phaaila tW BUd ar*
sitnoltaueouiitj
7. Collection for the D "dr.-Committee -
The ,
I finest cream cLees* in town did not even have tickets printed, to receive Thanksgiving contributions no" AND FAHIS.

DE..LEJt5I\- is kept by Walter Wills.] which shows that they had already Married.At are: Tale Powell, }. D. N. J. Jones. It ii the taott eompl t. oeclodiealmak for 1re.-

Shoes, PAY UP -Allpenons indebfed given up }hope.Dr. the residence of the tr.ide'll father W. H. Taylor A. L. von Kirn and U. D. I. .. I ioa Mafmxsm T*in the for world nuither and Utf and mo head*papalur w .Faak-
Mr. John Hal01".
to the firm I 21tt. A. D. 1889. Miner. Committee will receive prtiviiionn ,,. -
of R. >L Alvarez G. F. Center of
Bats I are re- high Handing 51 William! TBJ CHEISTJIAS 50MBZ2 IS SUFEKBLT
r. C. Davis ot Cedar Keys.Ha. clothes ana money and distribute judic
qUetted to come for lrd and make among the }physicians of Jackwin- u.Lt'JTJU TED.
T ,
., to Miss AlIke E. Hall of StaiLe.Jifv. iously.Country
C1otTh-i-r-g? immediate ttlements-, or the ac- i i ville, w ill be found at Dr. Gaskins1 people take notice and trade A BEAtrnm. CC/IJOBED wnrrzH mOS
Wm. F. ol 11 .
i u1 .urs.
-lWd- countswill be placed in the hands drug store on Wednesday, Xov. 27, ]i { County Judge. I l before 10or after 1. ait in tte interim all Pl TE.

Gents' of an attorney for collection. i next, where he will receive patients. :;! f.fficiatin:. (No cards: J Cogratulnliwisititeuded huBiness houses will! lit clo*
Furnishing Goods. 1C. M .AL,.AREZ. :: lie ill kind j i to. and best wishes {follow the N J Jonee. U D Miiier, L Witkovski. : ;I.a. WUfTEU SCTT8.
\ treat any of disease at '
: I Alvarez Liddon. JV Hodgt-s. I-tivers& The platMi and ftlcrao1uc contained 1a tJIk
Iun couple.le J
DRY GOODS NOTIONS. Smoked halibut at j moderate
Jerir :I Truby, Sternburg & Co. I I' Mr. \\-. H. Taylor] ha returned to. tT"T'1 given away I"'Y.. F Hull. J. B lUiodet.. Mr*. Eceri. Trubv. .,!I'' EyeD lo'-nU.ViMitinr aM Bait and e.'ta.Kecfftioa wipr.rovna.wInter .
<, (lea"<-and 26 ind 28 Laura Stertiburs & Co.. Wm F MaJphurs. J WIlkka.
I Truck Mrcet.i.Jacksonville Boaitnm and Hat.SuM for boy ao Staikf I
Having farmers and
just rewaved
will cabinet
a Large aw k i f find Hack < opeiwil a shop; in \ I L M J .
the lwrc I : Fit., dt all'r in Furniture M Johns. H Parish.! J U t I Cape wtCIoau Wraps -
p oo4se are prepHrwJ to supply : End Marrowfat, Landiiih'fe Extra the building next east of Moitt's ,,, ai.d lied'iins. on Ddt'mllt'r 18tb. 18 9. (.' rdell. W N Mencham I Edward. J L Jf'****,ytuS.and Curtain for

"roe:your t ur wnnts.pawls before Give u* a c tll and iu-;I Erho.. McLean's Little Gem and ; blacksmith shop. Mr. Taylor is a ,: $2OOO.OO worth of presents con- .i: G. klhi. Mrs. F C Martin Petk& Frazee, all ucr-.IOD' ,Ea d4 bruIdtrVAgerng ..

buvjng kivLtre.fillERS pliampion ot England I'eas at j first class workman and is ready to !i misting; of handsome l' rl..r. Bd ai d Lib- I I W II Taylor. A E Mcitt. F Edward. Jr.. I -

A. JOINER, old !: raiy rxte. Sew-jti-r Maebines. Desk. Baby WaJtcr1:1s.: S 1) Cawttion. Ths E Bogg. ; trw hustLe rrMBS.
furnittne
Trubv i and make
&
.Sternburg Co.We repair new. ; ,
I ALEZAX&E& JOBS TU3fGSTZK --IS-
Clifrili .
u 6TAREE FLA I j i :J. Clocks, Doll Furniture atd I .
have jut received a hand i Walter Wills is before the people I I Fovs There \iJl.e.. approximately, Mr. Geo. Scott has utuine-1 borne ..I' I X2. IT.E.5OEB1S.CHATBlAJf. .VRrv4

some line of plushes in all colors. i j j a candidate for city clerk. Walter 3.00" preanta.How for the inter. ., .

IEr / : Truh)'. Sigrtiburg & Co. ,j, i is a good boy, strictly temperate in : to Distribute the Present Mr. \.. A. Daniel". who ba btren I I II I .A new 4Sa oootiBtied wand te7 a by spIs.d.Qy the author I4rs.4 of "Hb

-'I In gei'.' hats we hafe"a alibis} habits and worthy of j Tickets will be given to all making ca bpurchusefe : 1
f-J large a- any I'I'I ) quite sick, is rapid! recovering.BARGAINS masJIxoTTgE whim.
also
I insiallmeut
wrtmeLt at reasonable pricef. I j'I trust oar citizen may charge him I Ii ; payments and I 1,
< aCC'ot1ll18Jrt.u ,
with. He ha served citv open paid promptly when i Tbe RAN Editorial Drjjartmr t b JaB offeriebt
i: as treasurer
t. Truby, $ttrn bin & Co. | .
1 g due and tOt nmouot (if iLe tranBHCtionarrfghte8 articles toy TartotM fsoatrttaaora. Kra.StawvaiiMtaa .
",.''J The* celebrated: Donieistiftand- Xew I|i for the present year with much ;tj I ?10 and upw rd.. There will ': I Uitereccbui article am FlfraMrtBarrrrt
< C". Home i j credit to himself and the city. jI j ji '. l h. tinee Jit'pzLf1.1 tt? drawing No 10. No. 20 At WitkovfekiV this week: ; I Brcnrnmr. All thr recndar deyartMeat*
,(J..Jj M-wing machines sold for )I A Fur : : I I are irptefce with cboioe sad aeaaunatiie reartisgmatter.
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<,"II. aDd Xo. SO. Value of presents iti each 2 gent' Derby, at |1.50 .
< 1 cabboron The oil cf Bradford im-
{ .. ". monthly inrtallrnents] i I county ; ,. ; I
"t. I 311| will i Iii classeJ as the cumber grow A f2.'.. 2.00 1IA Walker writes: "t &III11ZI&U.r. -
A /f'7" -L ".ojf-'. b"X _Trubvttrnburg&_ ( '0. !I partb a ,peculiar gloss] to Mrawber- 1.1 gu. :If y iu buy anal pa.v an itcccunt off A $i.50 2 50 I I SAId I bare bonckt Tall 5 nr T M&Fas -
: w 't-/- i _- j jt''N Anoije icuoice ries. making them ]look a. though 10. vou will get ore: X'). 10 ticket; so on t I !I ". i .. e'I taooU for Uw PPI A
A ,.. of clothing i i (, A *125 genl's Crusher, .75 try yas.
.. -" "flo 'C c'..# just received atTruLy 'j: they wire varnished, thus givingI "itbX ';. 20 auc .b. For example: If | A *2 '* 1.50 !" J I e-'JUId DL* d'i&auvi. The faskhsgre Q
'''. :' j I, berries a beautiful \<>u buy .d l:0. Wc StCTnbtirg i Co. ; appearance.iThis } either >fo. 10. N' 20 or No. 30 ticket tit I A 75c bo\'fl Hat .50 f :

rf. / s,..//.,. 4c.C":it'. dlI. Boneless! haui at : glossiness they wi'l retain for' roike lite rr.oani; I. like tbis-2 No. 30. A 50c .25 I I ( iI i I ow 7 THE TlU # svpa '

# 'f." ; 'frolt ten days after pitkini if well packed i 1 NIL 2i. 2 No. 1(1-11(0. Tbe same rule Ladies' fine Braided Srlf worth t I I Purr s.oo a ..
i' e...,. :0. ), StRrnnr.g, & (.0. and kept cool. It is due to the fr -e i! U) rplj', on other amour.iE. Tickets mubt ij Any .- .eRJlag .00 k.s .
t-\s ."y A few 1 75c at ..50Ladit'S9 j ..kr". will rreeivtlHl 1M
I .VA" pair of thwe fine LandgeuiV l lit' presented the day uf Drawing. J
4t' .F .. ; siliei]] *ur t-.iJ po .- -'I' more abund) or they C ('kr&a. Cfer.e .pp5e-
I 1 t'oe'ed .hoes Mill J left at i utt j-o good. All) ti(lea wet to our Book i iI fine braided Set, worth ; I I tt .. .M.ei4. getal'I'rIe4t1 ..UJlCe
j } than other soilsj I
ant
r. /r C..""P4 1 Truby, i : ;I Ke*'[ & i
Sternburg Co.
% .f* _- ; --- 1 i', "Well, wt:1It'1J, !" said the old '' by him and shipped to dtBiiuatioc. 216 per I Ladies' fine Beaded Set, worth J &Tb fsaiiiwi1C prenlunu ia C VSB w3 1For givenso
'lady I fiom ..1i"tafJt3tt'T ak **I ain'l lour order. : uvt.rlfAw1lC J
; ; : *2.50.' at 1.25
o,_ -.D0.titT car ( dof WUcor & I Ycs r'e aibfb..ra.-J"-.r,ataJlO & i-..,.
tt.r. GiLLtTruk FarnKTs' bin to Starks in a coon'. age and I FOU SALE. GentV New York Mills Muslin I.I I. ". ..Ji p"e I a.s

, reejt t'd by: Truby: Stenjbuig Special&jt.st Co. ,I, see things hey changed mightily Valuable ORANGE GROVE on Shirts, Jin. bt om, r .l=forc.'ed, I I 1 1t -- Ten Twmty strIbers.-- .o.M:7rv-. 1I.ea:
since then. On last v.i.it i "ltw1-1
my they I worth &Oc at OGent's t .
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wtr terms. WW
I IOTltE. good urtytlfty
. I uster walk on them ot-logs next .
. Merino U'1.denbirtlll. w't50c .z-
PROMPT j THOS. E. In GG. .
1 I I Uundr.d
RETL'rRNSJLnd All who Lave made debts al the the buildinV, but now I f-ee. tbev've novB-4t Siarke Fla. at .87 r.w- .va.en-- ODe-y.au:1.10 TM-l

, iHCHSr t Drug store of J. L. Gaskins to kivered tbt'miU up with barrels Gt'Dl"Jt"l'ino L'udcrsbirt*, w't t And for larger muoben la pro ieu.Order.
me what in and E laud r.fa bj rMtalI X' .
IIHKET PRICES )I will please come and case frettleI they plant cane they i FOR THE BLOOD, 75c, at .0 I. (, 3eCtater .Letter._C1a k.cad

F I rneut ..y cash or note as I Lave grow mighty Dt' cane, l<.o. Seems JiIIIIW 1re&knts, Malaria 1dg1 s&IiiiousD. A fine line of Ladies' Hate, trim. .dft.l& croitcE :
: trawbenies ud i tome i i i tome they oughter t.ull.hf'm barrels .take t c, .'.
:1abk1 ilp tkm to Mcr. obligations to meet aud it : r I II BBOW iIB.OV BITTERC.It med and untrimmed just received ]: PrBtMaoiw Bom.
3 in the rtrit whar the rorei qcictly. For ml* by all 4e&1e lanedidae. ; ".0. Bas Iz:Taade1rakortiC.3" 5-
7L
takfMnoney out crap; arid 75c the dollar.YITKOVSKI.. : -
F.11RBUK & PABKETl.Street. j to do it. I Get the cenclxtt.yettralfjic Ailing at on I ; lr -, -- -
Wat\u.t' ., York.I I Very respectfully j I could gil some t-un, and-why didn'lyou I \ .
. : New I look I knoised WANTED
W1n 1 1r JNO. C). WILLS out. gal, you'dijab Person '.
be !
eIi10.. Fir ftnt.f'furoit.bed 1.0'he!H01r the DO6t one of tbern carer Inter your : An!those troubled wUb XKrrouE&eM rMsltlar Sah Tihe to the T: ..EGAI"H1j On. 1 I 5/HHi COON SKINS, not cut np4:12.

G&&me rJC'.foil.F1&kG W' n. ''Qf-OIr:1 j Ti' i\. \. You must walk IH the ttril, j j! fx ClUe or overwork Iron trill be Bitter relieved bj t&k1nBrown's '1.< 0 a year, SO cent for Jz I : for Ca n ** .,

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C .3 I ;.t JTot lIte1J.w1iei ',_'OolJ one ,So that theytbam great fneuJs. SOUTHERN AG of considerable In- -tween-Ver something often the onfr diteregea and Im b-: .relieved t1fle by -

graflfor4C0utttij and develop, uor
Airgraph ftnin a day,'and'that: ainQ _tlaughed At midnight the rain ceased and the wU grow lies i happen Liver P a ..
the Quality tg tl ;
Dorcu. "If we'walk jalonj? the rail moon burst in a flood of glory. on the prpron t somebody FWAZTth. .

:: :e Every Friday. way line we must come out somewhere, dripping scene. The Dairy Requires fo supplie In Traveler.Wit yo.o et.-er.ht his pieces In.bed..2Y'o 1r'6 I; :

I don'tyou seer "We can.go home, now," said Dor It might as well be principal advantages loses respect with the good Opittw la Wio's T Cure farWeakWoroej

ft.&ll1n"LURID.. "And besides," added Mary, "there'sa can, clapping her hands. "And I dare as last butter-making can and cve come In when in it tOL Curse where
.. I seen company otr
P' wlth'mad
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in nD--
: than spring
T r little ruined cabin not far from here say, young man," with a pretty air of made profitable unless there i to at the jest plants athorn Cnictoo now

I ,';. ;.' LOOKING BACKWARD." where the railroad flagman used to patronage, "Mr. Morris could make ficient time given to it. and time they a ready to sme another's wkcb become I electric 1 h 80 I of'S ,.

i''" Betttn4 bere live before they changed the locationof you up a bed on tho kitchen floor at work Is done at the proper spring, the g will the 1 t
to kind lonely I a principal Olamoke
::1 r.- ..- Gtzln out across toe way; the station. I remember Mrs. Morris our house, without charging very must now be pretty well sufcient fur i mSerUeefle prfer''aa -, =

,, : 'z, ;' Kothln" there to look at,only showing it to me once.". much for,it." that profitable butter-making and they will i T bt. "e f lbs iwe4
there
Wnat I eee most every day. "Oh! oh!" : But their first six-months' title of a book h it are 'le O :
i 'M- Bouses shrieked Barbara. "I "1 should be delighted if he could good article of button i'
like
Jest one a nnther iial objects (or common
) ,-;.-,, Towerin up four stories high; could not go there. The flagman was said the young man meekly. not be made unless every thing weaning, upon grass teleop"S I --

.... ', Nice enough but then Td ruther killed on the track. There's a g-ghost. And so it was arranged. properly and promptly. If.-as a dry hay or fodder tere a high spheres of uefune

: ,t'" ... Bee a ffood-eized bit o' sky- there." / I The girls made an extra toilet next of note remarks a woman counting the cot of the common minds touched I Owe BuelTM '
: a C.7"tehl
Uke
the blue -
an'
:! ". Fleecy-like.sky BO How Td enjoy soft an' "Would you rather stay here and be I morning to meet'"the ghost." as they care of a family of children, animal for market, tho with a profound desire t dO goo No I. partlla, la'Yew. ef the mat JZ/T!**.
of such from Zrv8*
.. i. ::. .' Seein' it es I did often drenched through with rain?" severely called him. at the breakfast table. cooking mending sweeping is usually considere one i incapable greatness tOtl pl the .Kr"1ra ,
;.. When I was a growln' boy- for beginning Church Union. bO aernir. '
demanded Mary. But'to their infinite disgust he was sand things! that devolve upon a a h

:;.:. / S When I was a happy youngster, "Or struck with lightning?" added gone when they descended. er, she can not be a good dairy a majority of cases it -'' b a universal I friendly presence wlor.qlc 11&obeafo u restores years tryta to fcealS uL. .

I- ,.', r LAUghln' like at earthly ills Dorcas. "Ye. see" said Old Man Morris." or It she is. it is more than one cost considerably I 1 the whole of our'common ie"i .r'I..r bUS and wemVS" "

.";. .-a' 4. 4 Urin on or the ragged farm BerK&hire amongst th'Dear hUlL And the upshot of it was that the that there white Canning euit 0' his'n ought to be. As a rule people mae the principal food this phrase I individual form'jlated the sp twelTe t ..WWa 0'e SanBaejw.I kM ? -

;, f. Wlsht wen I wake up some mornin three fugitives took refuge in a miser-: had shrunk'up with the wet so it I rapid enough in execution to six months; Wit the cial ministry of the in h r now BtderiT t.I" b*. fcZTT f; .. 5(1*)'

.f. .;.. : .. In I the bed bouse find myself ez I was again born In, able old shanty close alongside of the wasn't fairly presentable and he just multiply duties. Once in a item can added lation t to humanity.stimulate Te.faculties power ff of personality all Mll t.uq Tau row c.. ",, ien C

F .; Bleepin' side O' brother Ben. railroad track, where weeds were cut across lots afore daybreak an' while we find a man or as milk or made te Hood's : UnefO'peCI

r>'" .. How the 01' straw-bed ed rest me rowing up through the cracks of the cleared ont." can do the work of half a milk i of more value with whom one comes II contact, ad SarsaparHh

of'.. : I dunoo.Sleepln'tho'through but Td Mthout Jest. be a break, floor and a plentiful portion of the "I told you so.",said Barbara. tone pie and seem to do it easily. : than in the summer; thus create a working atmosphere, io 811yaCn 1lf. J 5pplICSOney

-4: Satisfied to lay awake., rain came patteriaflf through the leaksin was a ghost,'and .being'.such he dissolved people are the exceptions.It I ', the cows will give one that implies and comprehends CLUOD.c I =5\

p Wonder there's changes the roof while the' old stone chimney ,into.thin-air at cock crow!" is not wise therefore,. to of milk, at sale much o the responsibility of life.-Boston 10 Doses One Dolj'
many -
r c lu the place et I bed sect ,all settling to.one side looked as "And I had put:on my blue cambric that the wife with all'her other I months and this can b Traveler.Be : '

t I;; Guess the thing'iwould seem mos'strange is if no stroke of:,lightning. ,could harm gown," sighed Mary.. to perform can give attention to little, i any more ex-' polite to your cbdrn Do you 'AdvcetteA fume
";.", .. Me, the thet to be. them to of 1 A"
boy ust
it expect welfare
much. your
; very ,, /few*? "And was nicely of a dairy, and, therefore. at the winter than in the I b A"ayl'
There my hair crimped so ;
was that or scup that hung thereOn w.a
,..1. the cHum tree, where I "Butjjjfc? .some shflu w" said Mary, I ," said Dorcas., eginaing enough help should ? To grow glad at your approach? der !

.. i:'" Lots o't:mes have set an' swung then cheerr1d4:.t "we'1yhre: until the "But he me.this, ere," said Old vided. There is a great deal of all the stock on To bound away to do your pleasure be ; (Cl ter.

":. Went Watin'to school fer the then cat to'cept die.in hltn'- shower"18 over" aiiU-ihen" make the Man :Morris.gave.di8payh2} "&i the'horny work In the dairy and it must b kept in a good fore your request i hal spoken, ? Ten 's J

"-i Books. I some way didn't love-, best of oun.'way hom :".-_ palm,of his hand ajil' eagle. at just such a time. It is a and i this is done with a your dignity and authority TOtE's Pill

Member Mother kept a sayin' The shower, however,:. showed no "Rather.Jjt,4 t&-a tailor'sclerk.4' I suppose that dairying is easy. is but little, i any, mingle politeness. Give it a niche in -
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"Hurry, 1 'a a quarter ut." indication of abating In its The household Only then
,. ,vigor. BmidiJCi : ? r* It is a mistake to suppose the winter whether a you temple

,. .. Ust to call myself ill-treated i rain still noured' down in sheets; the "That ifw 'c of; work or occupation is easy if it quantity of milk is will you have the true secret of sendingout ..y.'I effeetsulb. __ _
When I bad to fetch the stillJ tag .class! people. into the world 'j
__ cow. thunder : bellowed through the really] finished gentlemen .Ua. .
.t- But I know how 'n sweet'ed said Dorca4wfti.lv.; '', ho don't know --l.. .. ,
more
estWe tJ.q.
rocky where the cabin had been and -... -.
Be a ramble like that now.I gorge how to spend money" properly." must devote close mares It is usually laie.-Echg -. '-, -- ,t'eDl

kin almon' smell the cloverFrcshcnen' built; the lightning still lit up ev .;ryo t "I thoughYhe') very nice," said any business if we expect to enough work can be I -A wise wl tur vre criticisms I ..IMPABTINGVIG01

..- .'". -- .-'. Hot much like the the mornin'smells all breeze over thing with sudden spurts- of blue flame; ,:,- vara;,'"and thought perhaps he successful. The dairy : t pay at least for their and maiciou atth to goo a t tk. 1..1.l r
like like pantomime effects. 4 quires close attention and steady it is an item to get this I count consider carefully i ._
City street sech az those. wanson.t; DQ the beginning of a w1 T. .pc..
'..:....."" Sutbin's my eyes I s'picion 'Oh, dear! oh. dear!" said Barbara real ,011". ";k of.- The cows must be milked and ,. when it can be used to whether there i not i home some SOLD EVERYWHER r.JOc'

Sort o' moisture like. but then wringing her hands; "it must be midnight weakness or fault which
g. ; to be milked regularly and On most farms although he I '

' ., .. Ican'tsunetImesbelpawiShLn'I Et I was a boy again.F. !" *. ; :*, SOptOmbrfIn1tryasthe 4bji Sttv-JiP:! loPBreo, tropics fully; and we can not to be in the spring never discovered, was plain t the eye ftres
'. U. Curtiss in Good Housekeeping. "It can't be nine 'clock yet" said .. ... girls re- | of his Many their
ais4 particular to see that the of seeding and enemy. m nprot: moreby
... turDid _.APnhA_... _..! .tnPn. urithco.u plant. CREMBALCATAIH .
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u.
; r Jiiary. we employ attenOL!o these of cultivating, is gen- the assaults of foes than by the TIt

: A VACATION. "And I'm so hungry! Oh. how I wish 1Btthe n }o ps.&D: '." There is so mu' 'iVjrelessness And by having Kindness of friends.j._ .' .
I hadn't eaten the last of those sand- : ;.cashiermet.rsoVYvith a -
the part of lon! -_-ers, a in the fall more work, B..I.thi found of manr Yblcw dropping* fa& the =
81ace.
: How Barbara's Love of Adventure w'ches' Oh oh! what is that?" flutvi :< their the can be secured than JublaD'In gladdest one.
; roughness towar many a b. Aroot mere nauteat- 4
M.
instruc i said 1 A4 &rjor
d Barbara. ns. the
Was Gratified. he, "naralethosalaries their, neglect to the spring; and in addi AI the rhn. ." If/] now WJ oZ- -
r6- of all the -JU
.Jl usnally vivid electrical _flash in any considerable herd some better food for their "tbe happy voices blend. note daUy.
hd;! \Veegfjed something white and.p firlB..inthi$"Department ten: per cent.XWQg will do in TVond Woaan'i rful best beyond deKlp."n. ." flrtt of Si Sir
more damage a after
: ... 'We might just as well havo been fonx rfcL' c,window. All three girl* 'M1'.::Arclier himself told me do their will amount to. wean. TV ell may it hecaUedwomais&i best friend, dv'.1 EZr.CB71 -

!, standing behind the counter in New ).. ."" ;.. wages Republc. since it does for her what no ether remedy meeL
Barbara JUltJrom(1,1 e. _- n'Yo process of milking, therefore, .O has been able to do. It cures All those no 2cethrv,sureness
: York all these ten days sighed 4 I{ this'P) shrieked Barbara. ptop- .. ngMr"rchcrP"- ..... ...- r be overseen by the Legs. cat derangements and w&knefises del if nttrely ptma. D. Sat

Hale 'for all tho out-of-the-way pl g'....: ,( beljjand'shutting her eyes as "There. : he.l now.' aid the ca"hier. In[ carefully streets t females. Cure then .'undertd t G. D c morn
walking through city
I adventures we've had!" AnSI he4 next ialDuta hero oi of having fowls a!. Other preparations may B
tlr. ':wter cticable.UA ) the foreman boss of but Dr. B J
"Who wants out-of-the-way adventures 'WIIJ \tny-hito cow," suggested the rainy night badCome! up and was ways see of a This-foreman a rough or scabby leg* relet. a Pr' mr Fwrqjnte. ,It Frerp abe PI enIa at iota di .**ett.f.by Do Mdfci.

?" said Dorcas Dunn, scornfully. Mary. '"$'r% cordially shaking hands with them. gangs men. ever seen on poultry in teed t do this, or n money poDa for g/n.nDt J J 6"U..Tt
Behind the counter. indeed! closely the work of the men, Its be promptly It tpe great remedy
S "A in flannel "Then you are not the tailor's cause. refnde i Ber<
young man a tennis young if did not clean of the \
they or :
- 4chImed in Mary Vannecker. 'Can suit" said Dorcas, the closest observerof man after all?" said Mary, a little sweep is from neglected, un- S t.
wise
'-' you breathe in clover-scented air liko all. taken aback. neglect their duty no the platform under The worst Nasal Catarrh no matter of &ft
:
. ; this behind the counter? Can you get "Don't let him come in," said Bar- ...'Did I say I was?" said Archibald damage could be done. The to get loaded with Dr.how Sage's long standing Catarrh pnaety cured by

the mountain view liko this from bara. "We shall Archer. frequently give no attention to inches deep and the Rmedy. j',
be robbed
and
1 Sixth ? What would the mur- i ter of milking their cows by the As IBON expands with the hat the
avenue more dered." At the end of the autumn' little Barbara cleaned up or the soil Eel
: is said be five
and if is done there to inches taller
damage twe !
girl want, should Jiko to know? "Not while Hats had confession to often from the intro- whel .5ev
I' we are three to one said a make. not Tho milker to temperature i high than it 10 in the
Barbara sighed once moro and shook composed Dorcas. "Girls," said she "wheji I thought b repared. from other houses cool of the day. SI I 1:::; IaDd
.
.I be cleanly Since II :
person. J 'J
T
her bead. And at the same moment voice that, young Mr. Archer was going tobe n been allowed to get a To I'' I
a has a plain truth it is not LATEST
been entrusted
1 so largely IMRE
"It is all so tame. sho said. ItIsn't sounded hurriedly at tho door. the beginning of an' adventure I there is'not t i not looked after and sary paint to the eye by 'cmic ne STLE
.. always that de wo -IxL'Art
J 1 what I at alL"The cuts or sensational BU6cu
expected "Please I was right. He has asked to beginning it will soon pictures any
may come in? I know it me marry knd Do .
. cleanliness is Ordinary
that better
absolutely type it it
.i 1 three Barbara. Dorcas i secure
girls- seems intrusion but it's raining a del- him. and when we go on our summer the flock. To be I confidence. If you are you C &COLORED PUT
I in a well-conducted and iustrt .
and Mary-wero sitting on a hill under uge and I'mVet through." vacation next year we shall go to dairy, the houses must victim of Maaria tola free from '. .LLTXZ lviii LiTtsT nsaioss.'Ord.rItnfyourNswp.4s" .4 a'
often gives rise to the wish for it .
the shade of old cedar tree.b immeiel of Sh nb
grand
S
a 4 and
'Come in gether. sweet in >
i It' Barbara who by all means, said Mary. turn of the neat dairy maid Antdot wl infallibly do the rgr' tr or lend 82 Mats tar ISMS.
bad taken
I
once a quarter's And the ghost entered, dripping like And Mary and Dorcas kissed little both by whitewash may pay you to believe ths *nd n ::
lessons in drawing, had a sketch fountain. Barbara and not always the sole eaton cleaning of the drop medicine without delay. get W.> bJto"OR"E PBkBAvk 5 4
a congratulated her from A Bleo w
poets. After the milking berger, Rochester, Pa., will it FAm** I .
board her and r ij MJM .
on lap was trying-with "All in the the roost.Rake the ground ae m& III
ti dark? said he, groping very bottom of their hearts. for one dollar.
of the milk. _
care the .
, but littlo success, ,it.must be owned- his "This I once a to take
said "is
way. they an adventure 'eek up
i
mixed with CHICAGO has the Common BUD
; tho milk dirt of largest Council
to the ribbon-like
I' reproduce lovely "There are no gas jots here," said worth having."-Saturday Night.REMEMBERTHE the milk is tlien'V of and ma of anT city in the world. With i the recentadditions AFELD
descriptions
curves of the river that wound its way Dorcas ironically."But -4.. ; fresh soil to tho sur- the Common Council numbers
.
,. t1. through the valley below. wo might have a little blaze of BOYS. after-care, however great can the roost with crude sixty-eight. .___ '
"' ..;. work it to prime excelcnce. Tho dirt Oregon the fEMALE
Marjf. had her needle. In her I apply the thor- Paradise of r.re.
sticks hazarded the new arrival. CilvcThfm II Ch'tnc.. for !i nn.T.i kt same Mild C
; Amonj be equable .
out but the certain
) :9 lap and Dorcas with her hands got perhaps, clmat and abundant
, : to the
the legs of the
shaking himself liko a Newfoundlanddog. (loud* of Life. crops. Best ,grain; ,stock -
can not the odors that grass country
-r claspfeu under her head had long given "I saw 'by fhat last glare of After the hard work is done tho remove i Do not keep fowls over in theworid. Full information frca. Address cln.REGULATORf.Ofl

. 4T_ up all attempt to read tho paper-cov-' lightning that thwas a heap in the boys should be given a few holidays to have como from the dirt- ,. unless they arc, Oregon Immigration BoardVPortndOregoa. }. Aj 11

_.-4,'. ,( erod.novcl that she had brought with corner, and Pvejit! my match box engage in such recreations as will suit Rural. -. .- breeding for they aro rEZN VJCTOBIA has spoken into one of $f fLit TRf 1J'' (leer A1

her."The intact. \ their tastes. Farmers should so arrange The Size of Cotton Bales to get diseases of r Edison's phonographs, as a ctplment\: pAl I PRO'SMENTRUATION
k him. He will
and tho sunshine probably hand
sky are so "Oh, that woaldiie/splendid! !" cried their work that after each busy especially this one oJ I heirloom in his family. .OWJI a a
much better," she said. Would it not bo well for CiTrMAa
Dorcas, who wa''t and shlverin spell they can afford to take such holi- Poultry World. I, _

1 hey were three shop-glrls-bright. "And I've got< ambitious the eating is relieved at once
full by taking
spirited things r
, young outside, and could have some these \
we sup- engage recreations with their one of Cartr's Little Liver Pills immediate '
TO
of life and the cotion bale? The .800g ,
aspirations, even though per." suggested the ghost, cheerfully."I'm boys, to be companions with them in Alliance in Forsyth ly aftr Don't forget this
they were kept down by the force of putting up many i IIAUOfJGVDTl'D ATI.
# so-o-o hungry! wailed Bar their sports and to bo their cun commodies fine its members five MRS. HEXKT 8. : Co
. .' circumstances. ;; and they clubbed to- bara. fidants. market, is to put up in small KIMBAIX, of West Phila .
Teach delphia.
them the manliness of use jute bagging. is the credit of origin .ClSiTT6.
geiner their slender order they are so much easier handled receivnj
resources in The stranger was used ating ItJ AffiUlJIIMII
I evidently to acknowledging wrongdoing. Very County Ga.. the Alli j jCCBB !
to enjoy their vacation to better ad- mountain He this a very important matter '
camping. had i
fire few
a people do. wrong willfully, and if adopted a series of your cough with Hale', Honey of
vantage. kindled in no time. and the fish, ho parent will divest himself of all cotton bales. Whoever has at "a doctors' trust Horehound and Tar. Pike's ,Toothache

M:: Dorcas the business member of the cleaned by aid of his pocket-knife and desire to revenge his wounded feel- tug and push a bale of cotton out which seems Drops Cure In one mut ToS

firm, had bought an excursion ticket washed in one of the wagon on to a platform knows t exit I it (
outside
pools i
ngs when dealing with the wrongs IT is said that ,before composing TPAUF: m'KILLS .
first and traveled to thing ol tho trouble of Shler Ct
out
valley handling
Schepp's
ere presently broiling overthe coals, his boy has done, and have for the stock well put his DB
to see what could be done. But it pound bale; and now most of watered I
emitting most
smell. ALL
a savory md in view the leading of that boy to standing a dry A COMPACT with a capital f 1 lO.OOO has FAIN .ter t ,
.. is needless to say that the hotel and "You must bo a good genius!" cried govern himself the success of his undertaking who make their cotton have to somebody forgot been formed for the erection in London of I = =

....; boarding-house prices were far beyond --lary. > is assured. On the it in the market. Let the to tower twice a high as the Eiffel tower at DBu..Cgh8JP .
con- a waste of Paris.
their simple "I'm pounds and let the size be in valuable or CHINA. CLASS
0 means. only a tramp said tho ghost, t rary, if the boy is punished 20 IJB I {
"Is there no place," said she, "where and I'm ever so much obliged to you torvery wrong he doc portion and the bale could.be SOME one has clclat that the honeybee AND QuEN"""A USCviiA
you must
we could obtain and the look ir ore sightly in market contemporaries advises insert 500 tunes into
one room very oung ladies for letting me in. '
each him to lio mid to disrespect all tho tools clover blossoms before one grain of sugar *
simplest faro for less money?" I, "We couldn't have kept you out if authority. Many well-mean- cially when we shall cover them farms housed. can te obtained. As honey contams throe- .C.MEMPS.

"You might try Old Man Morris" we had tried." said Dorcas, frankly. i their cotton bagging, for soon wo hope on which the fourths its weight of dry sugar,each pound 1 tiPubUahed ice
ng parents spoil boys by this that that of honey represents
sort of el
advice insrtiqps
said the portly dame who kept the Val "You don't think I would have thrust kind of treatment for they do not jute bagging will be numbered in .that the bes. 2,5,0 i TrCI
JAM.ASSORTED
I "neck of .
ley House. "It's myself in hero the things of the the y Me fa M.-O ..
a quiet place. and against your wishes? ealize that sati-fying their own ugly pat.When 'r ARM EK at Anaheim.Cal.,sent East last WoK.S
PACKA6ES
-. Mrs. Morris she ain't no groat of a Even a tramp wouldn't do that" said dispositions and venting their spite on we reduce the bale and nutritious year for some Wonderfield beans to experiment :wT & C<
food
; cook but there's them as has boarded he young man. the child is really what they do away with the cotton hook. t with. He received a may would Atlas!
I are doing. seasons of the fill a small and Egn' AI
I'm Tho is a nuisance as it tears the year. teacup Hf
there told. sticks had blazed COTTON
cheerfully up; "They know not what they do. The off flavored food gathered a crop one hundred sacks. Boier }
"Where is it?" eagerly asked Dorcas. be ghost economized them to keep the parent should strive to Ilace himself of bale, causing tho cotton to be are S I li.I

.: flames alive as long as possible. lIe i n the position of tho boy, and feel with ed by being pulled off and eaten butter.out of which to make Eiffel Oca to of build the his architects tall tower who says helped that it 1 Steamboat Repairs. 8lAl

And the landlady went to the door told thrilling tales of his experience inthese lira and for him. Tho man who is hungry cows. Now, imagine a doubtful if a tower 2,000 feet high can b i IRON CHICKASAW PRESSES I I
to point out slender blue woods he little bale covered entirely with protection to the constructed. Every thing depends WORKS -
a thread of ; made himself a most dealing with boys and who will the JOHN f. RAXDLE A CO. & -
sympathize exact ratio at which )EPw
ton thing to do is to the force of the I i Paul.. __
smoke that bagging, so mud dirt _
no or !
was curling up heavenward agreeable companion."Are with them and act on this:! sym se wind increases above a certain The ._
&. from a mass of woods on a distant you from the Valley House?" pathy can direct them as ho pleases. get on the c tton, making the even iJ tender transportation of the beibt a BmJD. URC

t hill, and once mOre Dorcas set asked Dorcas. .-, Farmers, in their eagerness to get, less on the bale, and less danger the trouble of protect- height risky. of 1,0 feet would b exceedingly 1 flx$ $

forth on her pilgrimage, this time with "No; I am camping just where x it their work done, in their eagerness to fire, so less insurance should b varieties are often Da. -_ S CANDY For Bo by tovreii
tough but HORAIt BOXAII was the witer r
undoubted success. happens. quired. Some kind of grab mighty of of our Strictly re
grasp uthe. almighty dollar' do not some our sweetest hymns. BLMAST*
Among them CAD
t- She engaged cno room. The board, "Oh!" said Mary. "Then you are realize that "All worlc and no play be used that would not tear of milk "Fade, Fade EacQEarthly Joy," "I Heard A44rWS CAasrtTLLTPCTCT ICu

to be sure was plain, the beds a coarse poor like us? We aro bhop-girls on makes Jack a dull boy." The home bagging, and a hole cut in sickness of says 'the n Voice Jesus,of" Jesus"A Few Say," "I Lay My Bins FLOYD MEMPHIS '
More MOONE.
Kentucky Years .
husk mattress, with blanket our vacation. bale could bo sewed Shall -
a spread on the farm has not been a pleasant up is Roll" and "Beyond the Smiling aid the -- .f. -
on the floor for Dorcas herself, the "For." sho said to herself. .-'I am determined place for the boy and as he grows sample is taken out of it; after eaten it by the ani- Weeping." One of his religious tracts AGENtS per month ana eJpen'

furniture home-made and unpainted.But he shall not take us for other older, the natural desiro to should not hear of steamboats has so far ma- I reached a circulation of 75,0 copies. 1'111'' Me,,-__I el I PSM
see the seed, will invari- S >* .l s1 *' > .
; there was a grove of pin woods than we are. world coupled with the unpleasantness fire in the middle of a river with sickness A TBOT (N. Y.) shirt ma predicts that In 01 .p..,4c...Ivino*w. hl

;..s.tII.... in the rear; the blackbirds piped their "And" observed the ghost "I should of farm life, causes:! him to leave ton on them, and before they after i i less return than ten the old-fashioned years will b.general Oil SDV W5WS7.U*..iMk Bo*t SMS, U rB.8ew&

41.I,... silver flutes all day long, and the bees hink you were having a very jolly homo. Ho goes to the city the disregard to land, the whole boat limit to toned t and from which atteast but. -O"nJ- ---- ---. .. -. 3

r "..yted in and out of the red lilies by time of it. A little more trout. Miss- for authority which his fatherunconsciously flames and many lives destroyed. : the ex button wa front after every one CII nWN RS, have TOO seen The 3OOI Farm-
w I 1rs
h l1Th.ltVOt
thegaiden wall and our three heroines Hale? And how did you come out in is almost as combustible as I the pasture is so :,. I UI SW IIII ..tieTIa.. =
him IT is
taught said ..
asserts itself that that the editor of II" A.T W& U
a cow must Harper's : al. J.J..ldUI3 "I.L
jod themselves to be in these wildernesses? Magazine WilTI U I -
selects for '
bell 1.
paradise and there being no proper tenderhome self.Then acres to publication each year ,. rtw .. .. _
get enough to about TILLS A CO JteiVXAJLS .T
So of .
then seventeen
sButevenp9 (rourse little Barbara ties he easily falls why should we not use short stories and rejects THB Pu rfHJ_TMItlM,
a to the
Barbara who the prey i. she is getting too much I annually between 15,000 and 16,000. It Is .
thus bewailed was generally spokeswomanof vices of the city. stead of ties, a they use wire in also said that the yearly cost of publishing .

.. herself aiportentoua shadow swept the asbomblage. related all her Sufficient food, clothing and school I hay? and what is to hinder our the magazine, DOt including the printina KOKOTULUOI.
1 across th48Un> and looking around efforts to secure summer board. facilities ern iron mills from making the says that one who but merely paid for writers; artist
are not the sum total of the and .
corn fodder in engravers, is $2130,000. UMAX. MEMPHIS. TtX3fMe.
.-. they sawthat a mass of livid purple "You see, said she.Ir.. Arcner of If we could wrap our cotton the silo
requsite S
a boy's training
,. thunder ouds( had piled themselves pays us so small a salary that we have than a nicely-furnished house any more is Southern-made bagging and of the space it THE pearl was dedicated to Venus-sare IR' SiR U I VU Uand S1.t! C

up alonp 16 western sky, while distant I aot much margin for luxury.'" home. The farm-house s made ties, would not this give a That there i t love gods and and beauty goddesses.amongst L.ais. HM$OOSidastpY.srlv. OTSJS a
not be The .
may
., : utterI' and now and then a sudden "He ought to pay you more." said large and pretentious in its : to our Southern manufacturing, waste in the silo cally ascribed its acent.poeti dew- "ac" aa.
t drop
CMto> announced the coming of aI j the ghost. "I'm in business myself. I but it appear cute way of getting over the thirty per cent. waste tailing at morning orgo evening the .A C P N WANTED Limi OUST Cr- Jr
; know how it is. ance may with little outlay, .. .. _. in the nM. d"J" ppened shell. .t .VJ.aciOPBOU.. 4p8&I'PUli.luiu
People can't be ---- & ,. .
it{ expected have suitable literatur-vfor, the children queSuot on luese aruciesr- / .& fe X.8.BauIS,1IJ.
Dorcas to her feet to think
f sprang Barbara to live on nothing.' ern Farmer. of politics or :
and facilities for engaging iii innocent -
pegan hurriedly to fold up her sketching "I do believe," cried Dorcas, "you L games which be -. U.5U. while milking the cow. r

apparatus .Mary put-her thimble are the tailor's young man from Cutt & aged by the parents. may With these enCOur- Fall Colts and Calves. down to the work P ISO'S
CURE
conditions -
:
and scissors in > FORBest
her pocket. Fitt's, next door to Archer's! I thought will may pinch the teat,

J t "We must get home as quickly as I had seen your lace before! But if you I will be a home from whicb For growing stock grass is may kick, and then Cough Hedtcine. Recommended

_7' possible!" cried all three. ever get to the head of the firm-and a boys not care to leave, and if they ognized a one of the cheapest and there may be an Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeabl to the, A.
do there will be i
a tie which will always best of feeds. Not taste. Children taka
But in availing themselves of a short man can achieve almost any thing he bind them that it is all around. i it without objection. By druggists. -
to that
cut across a patch of woods they got pleases-do pay your employes a decent ton (Minn.) Gazette. home.-.S1ay- cases a complete food but be made up from the CON SUM PT
growing it I O N
hopelessly lost. The sun set behind L sum!" -a. .. season can be used to < stock on record

..'.. the purple battlement of clouds, the "I will," said the young man in the -The large time bell of the cruiser advantage as principal food. more judiciously than At

dusk foil quickly in these dense woods,, white-flannel tennis suit. Charleston is not composed of the management of the farm stock i treat their cows : I: ___ I

t\ and the rain began to palter down in And ho spoke as if he meant it. metal. and there: is quite a little ordinary story quite an item to get the largest source of profit Nat $75 tO $ >lu' Ing>for* "Axenu cn preferred> $ .. .
of benefit
w
huge: drops. And then Dorcas discoursed still I connected w 1th it. A few days before from the grass, is valuable only when c the*n business.furnish a horse Spare momenu and *us. their who!j tUne DETECTIVES

Barbara the aspirant after adventure more learnedly about the rights and I the bell was cast tho pasturing or soiling. material with which plorcd. alio. A few vacancies may In towns be pronab and ciftes. ".e'""P q5j. 5bTW4..'vi an .
began to cry. pattern-maker Calves an4 celts, in the first .' .0RS8N.,&,,Co.. 1..al" ..R$ .. *PTISS.S = :
the "a
wrongs injustice and petty trials expressed the sentiment that it wouldbe .' .B.-P. age. It b.c.txprrinc. .f $111M.lOStSCtlveIwsauCo.44ArcadS. Ip
/
"We months
are lost! of tliei'.' existence 10' HiNI f.V. .
she said. of life must r J *
.:. "Lost? Nonsense!" behind tho counter. a pity to use ordinary metal, and: pend almost, not set down as a rule and _111"U __ < r.rTJ%TOI Qp )f'mt
said bravo Dor "We are ladies see." said she, that i wholly upon PATENTS lOl FII : .
you suggested: each workman contribute I that no noxious "*DWL 'S d.
BA'SE
c cas. "When I can see the railway track "and we expect to be treated lik 3ladies. ten cent in silver to enrich I It matters little during this permitted t DALL, 7 In. z C 1..' MAUAl :i :: t. .
shining down the them to mature I U.aIased CoTr. W.llX.*THIS r&TSR } m
below. 'Who at least, whether their .
dams .
ever t But I SENT .
go : suppose you have jour composition and give a superior part of the farm FREE applcton enllOllnl o"e
ring
: Jost close to a railway line? Let's make troubles, too." it. pastured upon grass or are fed hay or THEODORE () It Dp atr" II HOME rrny. Book keeping-?enmflI.dP.thtt
to The
entire rorat the work contiguous UOLL' D. P.O.BoxlZO, WOtle.3orthanI. h ronrfhl t 'I *
for the track." : grain in the to tho Pitlx. Pa etc. >.a
"And "Lots ii if 'em.1' said tho young man, responded to a man, the sum realized stable. provided the bounden duty of _rxtl_ Tan_-rirta....?rim.,0.rol>. |( _toy_Pi li._ _clrcolari frw._BSIAira__ _iUWiuf_ / -'
get run over, lu.tnenteilllar- -thy and quality are such to every .
KTF.
bara, gazing abieatly into the fire. "Evergnu }! being one" hundred and fifty doiliir<< thorn to furnish full a and utterly exter. DUSIIESS COLLEGE A.N. 1250. :

has I.1a iUpr? I" : ucarly all iu tea-ceat pieee a supply of I on the road that \ \ E.PUJ". WHENA* %UITINW T<> ADVEKTKKil'tEt!> ,
Bui hea part* .
:
they .
are ready to wean bU \1"01 y". "ltfli'p.-ln C U tact je. MW Uo Ahvrac.eU U tliii
ten '
;
fO : J..UU'KE L W'Jl n. )_"1.

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