Bradford County telegraph
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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 29, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BENEATH, MY ROOF-TREE. !was tantalized by hearing the splash REPAIRING LAWNS. 18 found that in heavy work partlcnarJy ,CEREBRAL WONDERS. FULL OF FUN. .
.ADVERTISINC of the water.I ) tools keep their edge" and retain -
birds ing Fall Is the Season for Mannrlnj and f** d- Conditions Upfler\ .Which Memory Flayed: Things about if .
m ID One dewy morn, when waking are even; yet: area .
I, lID had and menaced at their temper better with cottou-eed' *. .
or r-oAca ..". begged, sworn lug Oraas 1'lota.Unlrss aata tio Freaks. '
.. -,- Their first low notes were trilling: boy. It Is the wood-box and If you'
,. '. OUOOHOO'100Po.11rei And p'-rfumc from each hawthorn hedge intervals but no one paid the slightest a lawn is seeded to grass that oil than with any other lubricant, and Sir Astley!Cooper gives an accountof
00 it is the dishes. Atchison
6 0:1: 10 10:15 are a girl q
' ''1 % w 1: .60J10 3 001 6(00:! The wandering wind was fimn;. heed to mo; and I was sinking Into that can stadd constant mowing as well asa in many establishments in which it halbeen a remarkable Instance of cerebral

...4 eflf1ares.qIIn; %110 10 3 OIlll 001 :U:5 eli I 301 W 005 OOHI;, 00 Ie) I With saw step serene that Contentment scarcely: swayed pass.the rass. condition of torpor which is tho immediate dry season it becomes unsightly instead given careful trial.'n thing ejso eccentricity. A ajjjdler who had been Globe."So had Beaumash all
tuaret) 10 C/I 1:; to precursor of the third and of ornamental. When seeded is used with drills; cutters, fttc wounded inthe, hlHrcfell Into a long you young
the 1II'I't en" fit'''cents rUne So wondrous sweet nnd fair beyondAll the evening. Did notice his love
Ten reo"a:line ubeqUeflt for tnICrttoD.fpeclal other fiicmls I thought her. fatal stage of cholera when I heard down in tho spring} it becomes at times Anotherpurpose fbr: which it can be stupefaction until he was' restored to you
breach ? I too bU
I ratee for time advert.isemeD&8 upon That every day through woodland way voices in the pandal. The assistant necessary to grow oats, wheat or some employed is for,cooling.a heate'd bear-: speech by an operation in hospital. ly eyes "No. dear. was 1listening'

a appUcetiOD It the omce., And flowery field I sought her, t making his last round for in order 'engineers have ; to his clothes.Llfe.What .
surgeon was grain crop on the lawn to ng. But when ho,(did speak it was in an unknown

' :: ___:__- ----- : And Hut called and calcd: whisper again her came.name tho night, accompanied by the hospital shelter the young grass from the ef- found that nothing" will accomplish tonjjp which nonejrtxwt him is the differenco between an

,t. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: never answering dresser. With violent effort I roused the desired result': more and i applo and a pretty girl unless it is that .
a fects of the noonday sun in dry weath- rapidly could undei: sn"'! ,By and.t Telab-

...................................1 (II) Then vexed that she would not reply, myself. nnd eagerly listened for their er. This may be avoided if the seeds completely.Safety Valve. woman was tf-r tight into tr-L, "tf pital you squeeze an'applo to get cider. and
- i. OneyrAt ... iO I cried in accents fretful: .
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... 'side
... -- girl to
Dlontb.. I wanted to hear fate .. you get a pretty squeeze
L fU must he paH Inn.rlably iD t "Contentment where thou listest, co; approach. my sown in the fall, at which period of and she at'i'xice recognr6_ the language -

.dvanc&.Z4O All ubSO1iPt0fl dl8crimiD..tIOD'io favor or aDY'11'011. Nor will I be regretful.I pronounced. ho year the rains are.usually plentiful EFW.rOF, .., .FOOD. of th sick soldier ta her own her-Lowell Courier.
r. fain would have thee with me dwell: oitt'''* **- Teacher "' hat Is ?'
;, ,, ComDlunleaUonlupon. all matters of local But,since thou wilt not, fare thee well." They stopped at length where I lay, and the young grass is not so Official"*"ttfe>.\....Arj,. T*?- ?!''Consider tongue. Hbt had not been in Wales gender girl

..: ress.oliclwd froni aU parts ot the couDtT.J and the doctor examined my body. easily overrun with woods. Should ,tl.a *'rjr*>9t. l 0'wkere. for thirty yeiirs, yet. he. now spoke hislongforgotttin Bright Boy-"Sometimes feminine and

$ : I ought The spinning my cot.wheels'where needlecraft switt whirring. Mottled! ," I heard him remark to the grass not make a good "catch," The.eighth" ou0"," '.'" lpthe: Ithaca language uently and sometimes neuter." "UumphVhen!

SECRET SOCIETIES. ::: And housewife cares gave wings; ta tme, the dresser. I was nearly deafenedby tho ground may again be seeded over (N. Y.) Experimeni'StMb._(_ reports effects could, In fact, not recollect any Is a girl neuter gender' "When she'iplayin'

And V.cpt tho Jife.UJe siirr n?: tho singing rather drumming in : tag and is 'it.
or in the spring by simply scratching the of different 'rotOni.fu'Jattenplg other. And.; strango to say. when .

; Meets every Tuesday Forgot The sunlit were wlmpling mead and burn dusty and dell.fell, t my cars so I lay perfectly motionless, surface with a rake but it is seldom lambs.. From suggestive' ; data ..jppnipletely ;''recovered the English -A Necessary Delay.- .Wlllow- .

;1\ night at Od-1 Follows1 so as not to let a single word of what that; seed sown in autumn fails if a worth attention of sheep.k epers.* "I. same back \o\ him and tho Welsh was ly-"Have you ordered your new dress

N lit.;' $HaiL Transient invited troth.Wii to. A A light footfall kirtle: a fluttering gentle knock; they might say escape mo. if possible. plentiful supply of seed be used and except a few of the :more / lvM>le once more forgotten. Dr. Carpentertells yet?" Mrs. Gushington-"Not yet. Jam

I:, eri cordially J. C. WILLS, Within snowy my door: a longed-for vOIce "Ho is insensible already the the; ground properly prepared.It points, as follows: An ibmc. digfuai. of another case almost as remark- waiting to see what Bridget ij ping

I lUend. Noble Or nnd. My name In soft tones uttering:, doctor con lined, "and will not last is customary to use a mixed seed ity, a very perplexijwg' .1 cajJt1oniuall able. A man who had left Wales in to wear."-Dry Goods Reporter.

. P. J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 4L Tho And long-sought lo! bl'no.lll1 one my own stood roof seeking-tree me. long. So Wethorall will make six!" for lawns, which is proper, but sometimes work of this) to bu'.bwi 4u; i Au. his childhood had so entirely forgotten -Clerk-"Lady out there with a

.... Virginia n. Harrison. In S. S. Times. "Make six?" I said to myself; "makesix too many kinds are used, and the ence very strg: col uil :..: .titiIt-. his native tongue-that,he could not flashy paste necklace wants to know

Improved Order of lied Men. what?" "Six corpses, of course best grasses are crowded out by those tle more th'in'. "'P. .. 1.or even understand! his compatriots when whether It's "pure diamond or not.*

Onceola Tribe N,). 1, Florida-Council LIFE-GIVING DRAUGHTS for burial at daylight to-morrow mornIng ; not so desirable. Blue grass alone 26 per ccn. to- I' i6l. ;.m.-.1-1; they visited him. But during an attack Jeweler-"Look like -a married woman w,

II JlrOs)! kindled each AVedwesday'f Sleep at ," a voice seemed to laugh out, with makes an exceleJaC" y n grass. but bluegrass gain"up aml 'ui i wire fe4on' of fever this'same man, after ?" "Yes." Tell* her It Is. No usa

their Wigwam, Ktarke, Fla. fiendish" exultation.The and white/itsj J equal propor- corn, ,t111hy.bay ,and U sixty years forgettingspoke, in diliriui makin' trouble for poor husbands thess

Transient brothers are cordially Bachem.invited Were Thoso Quaffed by a Cholora- dresser said something which I tions of seed of each,:,is sufficient and did to put a 'pound. of.;tf .; e I continuously in Welsh. On ream ? hard times."-N. Y. Weekly.
O. ,
to, attend. J. Chief of Records. Stricken Soldier. could not distinctly: hear, but the answer the seed should be used liberally, four that were fed wheat brauI tIon-eeed inghealth: he, again lost the2 -Up in the parlor the yonn folks lat .

W. M. Mz&cnLsf. enlightened mo as to tho subject ounces to tho square'rod not being too meal, clover hay.'aiiCt Even at the 'very entrance f. With While each her hour father their words grew sweeter 1 : .;

, CHUKC1I DIRECTORY. While Ills Grave Was Heine Due lIe they were discussing."Oh much as somo of the seed will fail to genous feed 'seems,'ta largwy}affect ley"of'the Shadow" the .1'J With a lanter dim 1m /

Stole From III lied and Found yes there will bo room enough; germinate while birds and parasites the growth of wooleven,.,, aJ.maUlt. ... .-. strange ,tricks. GothA l':. 7 a \ la the celar and swore with vim
As he watched
of the
Baptist Church. a New I,..as of Life Jua in fact, for two moro if necessary. will destroy a proportion. Tho lawn crease in the nitrogeh6
Services at 10:00:: a.m. and 7 p.m. Fraytl Water Jar.I They had gone, and tho place was in plat should be first spaded (or plowedif ration has a decid '.1ftiiene on' the old man who in b.t: ffi, 'ist -'Bshingtn CapitPI"of

meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m.J. darkness savo for the glimmer of a very.large) and raked over until the growth of the woo .:lor.ljOts: V and VI. moments Legan to ha't.V. ..." uti- Posive.-ohnsing-OD.
M. CALDWELL, Pas Lor.i to India in 185- as a private cocoanut-oil lamp. 1 heard the scratching soil is made as fine as possible. Lime, whoso ration was-;; ltlermediate in ful Greek sentences .f'.,...tie had young lady"reklpro-
School: meet Sunday camo youah affection Julius? Julius
Sunday every of mumootics just outside the pan at the rate of bushels much been made to 1uarh sats
morning at 10.30. In the -th Regiment; undmy company forty per acre character. gave very nearly as, as a boy. by heart don't sot myself,up to be much of
should be broadcasted over the plat, wool Lot IV. The amount of watei for a specid but > for
as fifty
I T. };. Beta, Superintendent. formed part of the garrison at Ar'cot. dal.It made tho purpose a jedge of sich mattahs, Mistah John- '
the noiso by
was camp-I and the seedsown. Thogroundshould drank in the of had aot uttered them.
(especially case oui years They
,.. Life in barracks iu India is very dull; sing but it do look w'en a lady
:: and I have often wondered that British followers who were digging a common then bo simply brushed over, so as to lambs) is a pretty certain indication were there In his memory, though. all
hahd dat-she
_ Presbyterian Church. soldiers out hero arc, on the whole, grave for six of us, leaving room for barely cover the seed. No other work of the rate of gain. The value of manure the same, and some unexplainable cer squeezes a ge'mma 8
Services Sunday at 10:30 a.m. break de razzer in west pocket
every two more, if necessary! will be until spring, and tho made from, animals fed is a mat- ebal action them form hs
Pastor. such well-beha lot of lads. necessary suddenly\ gave
It. B. MATTJCB, a s ady, and Indifferent dat she am leanin' way a 'little,
I felt stunned -
t&uiay: Scho'l every Sunday at 10 a.nL. Compare a soldier's life in a small In- utterly sward thickens every year. It is capa- ter of prime importance, to all Eastern and expression. A dying peasant was eh?"-Terre Haute Express.

C. HULL, Supt. dianjjtation with being quartered even as to my fate which of blo of withstanding the severest farmers at- least. And often th, heard by Dr{ Steinbeck to pray in
Miss Mr. Foster
at :Malta or Gibraltar, and cither of- course I considered settled, after what drought, and, though apparently deadif manure left on the farm represents a Greek and Hebrew. Questioned aboutit Joy-"Madame -
has to take for ride I
theserplftcea will seem like paradise; tho assistant surgeon had said. My the drought is continued. it takes large part, if not the whole of tha when conscious he said that as a "come' me a ; may
Methodist Church. ? Madame-"You know. Miss
tongue was like a picco of dry leatherin life after the shower.It of ani boy he had often heard the go Joy. .
new slightest .profit made from feeding a lot parish
..BerYll"el very Sabbath 10:30 a.m. aud though..1hoHock'j.J byjao meanspopular since I the rules of the college do not allow
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday and is'always l called a prison by my mouth, which had long is not so easily injured by tramping mals. The basis of calculation has priest use the same words, without 1 "
unless Are engaged -
and Thursday at 7:00.:}( the troops for thj time being in garrispiulhere. ceased to yield any saliva to relieve as aro some other grasses and does been that 80 per cent. of the manuriai knowing what they meant. As illus you are Mr.engaged. Miss you Joy

s O. D. TCHSKR, PM tor. tho agonizing burning of my throat not grow in stools or tussocks as is value of tho 'food is recovered in the trating phenomena of memory of an- t FosterP

Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. Velleindrcot- horribly'dull, and palate. I could not have made any the case with orchard grass. and its manure. With lambs so highly fed as other sort, we may recall the case of (doubtfully)-" but-i you will

, U. CHARLES UICIIA.HD Supt. sound had I attempted to do SOj; but I is White Linn 'who in of Ietmogolshallbebythetimowegetback.London .
and it wa'with great satisfaction that appearance a dep green. these were it is altogether likely that us. decay mem- Moonshine.

III' .. wo hoard that rorder had been jjivcnfocour did not try, for the attendants wero all clover is also a hardy grass, and as its more than 80 per cent. of the manurial ory in old age, was delightedby "

compaii"y tDmal'ch to Vellore stretched on tho ground fast asleep. I leaves differ entirely from those" of value of tho foods was excreted. Nitro- the reading of fas own works -"Ah. said the aged wayfarer at
: CbriKllan Cliim-li. felt I deserted loft to die.I the railroad lunch counter, "this is the
was: -
th there,which : blue grass, thetwo kinds answer all gen is reckoned at 17 cents per pound. without recognizing them. Not to go so
icti xl.,20; Acts xxvi., 23; I. Peter Iv., 1C. to strengthen garrison was beginning'to wauder, I think old place. I recognized yonder landmark
thrive far
.f', bad much reduced bycholera. the purposes of a lawn, and will phosphoric acid at 7, and potash at away there is tho experience of
Cervices each Lord's day at 3 p.m. been. very _. and was back again in the bright green well together. 4i. Sir Walter Scott as related by Lock- at once. "What landmarkp.inqured

- O. P.YOUNG, }' stor. English meadows, picking daisies with the ,cashier ,considerately. "
The fall is the time to manure the COSt Of Ratio hart. "The Bride of Lammcrmoor"

Sunday School each'Lord's day at 3 p.m. It was then about HOT middle of my little sister, and so 1 should havo lawn as the frost will pulverize the Cost of ManurIal less Value of was composed and published while "Forty years ago when I travo'cd ,over

C. J. DENTON, Supt. March, and consequently later than is passed- away.- But -just at that mo- manure and render it fine. If fresh Lot m (CarL'onaceous-RatIon. Value. Manure Scott was confined to a "Sic, bed; .and this road," continued the stranger. In
usual for moving troops, as the days I ) 13 70 tl 13 12 58 "I carved
ment the coolics who had finished dig ? a choking voice my Inlal
is in the it ho assured 'when it .
manure applied spring, Lot IV (Nitrogenous was!
--- hoon the in .
i -- to plains
begin get very : ging tho grave-my g-rlve-passed the will sometimes do injury unless before .: ). 4 68 8 53 1 10 first put into his hana?- -.complete and the date on yonder piece apple ;
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. the Carnatic about that time of the entrance to tho pandal; and ono of Lot V (Inter- lee t I pie. '1 see you have it still. Excuse
? frost disappears. The manure medIate. shape he did not. reef' Ne singleincident
* year. ButTurs was.special duty and them, with moro consideration than with roots) 4 73 2 10 2 C8 :'*onveruk an old man's tea-America. .
used in tho if should bo character it
ClijOfficers.. 'I spring. any, ( jjation .
as we should only march in the very Lot VI (Inter- .tp note down
i his class usually show threw a pan- well rotted. lleseed all bare contained. lIe recOiida1l the incidents -Captain--"Sorgeant.
i Mayor-L. Witkovski.tl places as in c d I a t c. .: -
early morning? wo-did not fear the ill- ,. nikinful of water on the cuscus lath! withoutloots Private Gasrun-three days on
AI.lrrmen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner but soon as the grass begins to grow, and 2 54 of the story upon which the breD
I convenience of the mid-day heat ) 4 51 1 97
I Oeorge 1!. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner, ; It was like a galvanic shock to me.I in April apply wood ashes liberally, as romance was founded but "he literally and water for slovenly on p
i looked the whole thing as rather, This little table is certainly worth
upon t "Beg pardon
drink risk.I Sergeant -
Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. resolved to have a at any both blue and white clover delight recollected else not parade.
nothing a single
grass ;
't Treasurer-Walter Wills. a lark, and a welcome change from the had to die, so what matter if I hast. in limo and Do not be tareful consideration by those who are character tho not Captain, that won't make tho slightest
potash. woven by romancer
" Marshal-E. D. Wall. monotony of garrison duty. As to the hour accustomed to buy commercial fertilizers ; difference to him-he's !
ened death two
an or by
my tho in of the and of a vegetranr
to too early one scenes points
: tempted mow grass many
Assessor-T. W. Sweat. cholera, not one of us gave it a I at the prices given above. Sincea "\thatP Then put
cold At least shouldbe
water Captain-
drinking .
the but it time become humor with which he
spring, givo to nor any thing
thought Not likely it would touch largo portion of the arable land is three meat and -
relieved: from tho torture of thirst, days on 8uplumoritiche
well rooted before tho first cutting. was connected as tho writer of I
'A: one of us. now cultivated at positive loss or at Blatter.
n County Officer and die happy.I .
Mowing will then keep down the the work. ,A still more remarkable -
-m County Judge-\\". F. Malphut. It was on the second day after leaving tried to get up but I was too weakto weeds. An application of saltpeter very smairprofit and since the reason case of, lapse of in -1lrs Riche (in ,fur store)_"I

.Clerk of Circuit"Court-W. T. U'teki. Arcot, that Private Thomas At- stand and fell down at once. Then for this is largely want of plant foodin memory want to look at a pair of
another is related Dr. fumala"
the the rate of
in spring, at a by
early way
Sheriff H. W. .
Epperson.Tax kins, who was my right file, suddenlyhad I reflected that I was moro likely to be the soil, therefore the value of the Salesman-"I don't think I
will also Pritchard. in
Assessor-J. E. Wainright. pound per square rod prove A man was engaged '
to fall out. I expected him to rejoin voidings of animals and the characterof Mrs. '
if I walked. and if detected in
seen my mallet"and you mean. Rche"
Tax Collector-M. 11. Hale. advantageous.-Philadelphia Record. splitting wo >d with a maam.
the ranks before long but did not the plants raised on the farm must
; attempt should bo back and "One of bought
Superintendent of Hl"hool.-.T. L. Hill. brought 1 wedge. Preous to going home in the my ha
County: Surveyor-W. II. Edwards, C.B trouble myself about his absence. It perhaps be strapped down to die. SoI COTTON-SEED OIL. necessarily receive our most careful evening ho hid his tools in a hollow of horses and a sleigh, and she said
was not until we reached caAp, and consideration. Referring to the aboveit to withit
County Commissioners WitLnvski tried to crawl.I tree, and told his sons at night to she got the. paraphernalias go
1) B. Knight, 1.:. A. Todd, W. 11. Pinhol had finished breakfast that heard anything was about ten minutes dragging The Great Diversity of Purposes to Which: will be seen that while tho first cost for them in the morning. But the and I want a pair, too." Salesman

Iter, M. V. Sniitb. more about him. myself the forty feet from my cot tc It li Adapted. of tho ration of tho nitrogenousfedsheep _"We are all out of them to-day
he became insane. Several
:-1-Ie I then learnt that ho was buried! tho entrance, and I wriggled under the Although in view of its immense was larger than that of the car same night afterward his reason returned madam."-Journal of Fabrics. ._

SS Slate Olnt'n. I knew cholera was awfully suddenin cuscus tathi like a snake. consumption any lengthy dissertation bonaceous yet when tho value of years .. .

:] Governor-F. P. Flaming, Jacksonville its attack and effects, but I had notimagined There were the chatties before me! on the origin, properties etc., of cot- tho manure is subtracted the cost of suddenly, and his first question was '( Poor and the Churches.

tJBcreUry of State-John L. Crawford, the possibility of its ton-seed oil would bo entirely superfluous tho former is less than half of the lat whether his sons had brought home h
'J he first I seized was empty, and the
Crawfordville. tho tools. told him had not tha
They they will
brief recital of chief characteristics The people come
a poor t
off a healthy man quite so rapidly. Of ter.-N. Y. Tribune. -
Attorney--Gcnerat-111 o.ln, Lamar,Mon.Ucello. disappointment nearly made me swoon; would form been able to find them, whereupon he churches the churches want them
immediate a very proper per- i
course interment must tako '
but thM second was brim-full. I threw -
went tol'tho field where he had it.
article. Produced it is rose, There is no sort of doubt about
'l'reasurer-F.J. Pous,Macclenney. place in case of death on tho lino of my arms around it, and dragged my- to our as Some of the Vanderbilts.Mrs. been working before and took
years be into church
mnrch. I had liked Atkins much from a residuum that was formerly regarded They can brought any
,. Commissioner of self to it. I plunged head into the
Agriculture B.
of their all that hearts of tho
out hiding-place was how fine the
13.l Vanderbilt walks matter
almost waste cotton-seed Cornelius no
I as a i
\ Worn bwell. fancy his death and burial
were so
delicious, limpid water, and devoured,
left of the tools-tho Iron parts, for the out after them bring themin.
oil has risen in in lane of bowing heads. To go t
- Comptroller-General D. Barnes. sudden that the rest of us failed to rather than drank, huge mouthfuls of already importance ever a people .
ill.. above the of be she stands for a fortune of a wood had moldered awar.-All the Shame to us : we can not make
Adjutaut-General-DaviJ Long, CedaiKeys. realise the truth of what had happenedto the cool and heavenly fluid. I felt position a mere byproduct suro i
!y$. : our comrade and half expected to my ; its value nowadays is consideredby hundred millions, with millions and Year Round. the house Qf God, to all, the people
stomach with the
uid swelling
enormous < >
Superintendent of Public lastructionI i. in the behind seem to them to be the of Heaven!
see him turn again. how the cotton-grower just as carefullyas millions moro family Hard Please. Jat
I Albert up Any we draughts I swallowed; but I laughed His WiFe Was to
Russell, Jacksonville. koon forgot tho incident. and drank again and again. I reeked the cotton itself and the sale of the her, and her name is wonderfully po Ors is not'a mean edifcE I

I. PROFESSIONAL CARDS seed from which it is obtained tential. But above and beyond all this stately without and beautiful within
-_ Late in the afternoon I was listeningto naught life or death then. by : President Lincoln had been duringour

s. SURVEYING. CIVIL ENGINEERING.: a description of Vellore bono of At length 1 could drink no more, and pressure constitutes a by no means inconsiderable she is charming personally. See her most stormy weather to visit the The chapel will i not make so fine it finer D we when wish wa f

-- :our: fellows who had been there, and addition to the planter's moving there. amongher:: guests on the camps of the Generals in Virginia and were; we
then asserted itself. I knewif
B. F. disciplino is too for our
ENSEY, peculating1 on the chance of seeing the I income. lawn with a cordial greeting for every taken a violent cold.. Mrs. Lincolnwas can for nothing good
I were missed from cot I shouldbe
$$5 tjrTTm:. ENG-XNEER.. crocodiles which Tippoo Sultan had my Cotton-seed oil is probably used at one. :the is small of figure, though in despair, and ono day said to BetheL But these poor people are
So I back the
.- ) placed in the moat round tho fort, ah reported. : crept wayI the present timo for a greater diversity dignified withal. She is dark with Secretary Stnnton: "I do wish you mae to feel perfectly at home wit
are fiTARKE FLA. had come, and shortly after fell intoa the I believe,
tho best possible sentinels to' of purposes than any other oil in deep dark eyes, and her countenance would lock Mr. Lincoln out of the us. They enjoy place,

Jof eUfM PrtnL5ttnz"uh accuracy e'tlinetss and.dispatoo le..ell1l.. eto", ex.. prisoners from escaping or any provent of hid profound sleep.It the world. It is an admirable articleof is full of expression. She dresses rooms for a wick! lIe is ill enough to far more than they would a ding hall
: was broad daylight when I awoke And
S. :Terms, fripex day, cash.rn troops. from altemntintr t.o tii'rt_ _. _, wVon.. food, and enters into thousands of charmingly. Beyond is her sister-in- be in bed nw, and suffers agonies or a cheap tabernacle a
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--0 uvu and saw the assistant and four-fold
- suddenly I felt spasms and bickncss. surgeon food preparations, makes tho finestof law. Mrs. W. K. Vanddrbilt She is with his arm from acute rheumatism.I that tho Bethel Is worth more
dresser standing beside me. the church
11 J. 0. IIAYNES "lIolloa! old fellow, how blue you "How is this?" asked tho doctor soaps for toilet and manufacturing taller and heavier, and is dark, too. do not know, what to do! Ho goes t the the people community.themselves and to, t the Kingdom

look!" remarked a use, is employed with excelent successas She dresses rather more splendidlythan out and keery at work every mo t
companion sitting "Wetherall ought to have been dead! of God than it were called a "misslon" -

: i next to me; and as he spoke my comrades "Please, sir," said I, "I am feeliny an illuminant, makes an unsur- Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt. ment." and held i in some outside room.
DElm-T'IS-X-: :: shrank tcrror-btricken from passed emulsion for pharmaceutical Among her 'jewels is a necklace of Mr. Lincoln waved'his long arm at
mo. much better and havo no wish tc close association of these people
In the
' .. It needed doctor to tell mo what was make the sixth this morning." preparations. and is substituted successfully magnificent diamonds strung like the secretary., saying: Well, Stanton church and of the members
the ,
ilk< Office trer, Jones Brick Bloc*. tho matter. The cholera had seizedme Ho knew I had overhe.-ird his ro for cod-liver oil In the mechanical beads. A similar necklace was among there ought 1o bo one comfort for church with them a large part

dL arts it is used as an extractiveof the wedding presents of the Princess poor wile, anyhow-the same that of the
mark on tho preceding; night; he smileo my value of the work is found.-
IIUGG -& I was odors from flowers in tho manufacture Louise of Wales, but neither royaltynor the poor mali Jefferson had. whose of the
WILLS, hastily convoyed to tho temporary sadly, and said: "I am sorry: to say Washington Gladden ID' Christian
of perfumes. in candle making for American billionairosses can buy only son died. Did you ever hear the
hospital, where our assistant there were six without you. But I cannot .
J tempering steel. and, under certain such baubles recklessly, for the waste ? Union.
J story
surgeon already had .
Attorneys at Law several cases of understand how it is you are alive. --
the disease under treat, and I was laid Most extraordinary!" conditions, as a lubricant. When we incurred in simply boring tho solitaires "His friends family neighbors and Mustard Not in Favor.

on a charpoy. I state that on an average 800.000 tons so as to string them represents a hand. church lamented, extolled and grievedover
rapidly from I recovered and I hadnever
passed rapidly as .
,St.;, STAHKE, FLA.: the first to tho second stage of that indulged in the pernicious; coun- of cotton seed or more are used every some fortune.Newport Letter. the loss at the funeral when Jefferson "Have you ever noticed," inquiredan

IT* 'Will Jlr&eUce in all the Couru year in the production of tho,28,000.000 himself arose and said: 'My observant young man with whom I .
*nd Flrtb Judicial In the ***** malady, and by nine o'clock at night try arrack sold to soldiers out here I .
f* Circuits. the incessant purging gallons of oil we consume, the impor- A Pretty American Countess.I dear friends: Wo have the blessed:: was lunching the other day, "how few
vomiting and I
was soon quite strong again. was
;Tnd rJ.'FIELD had reduced tance of the industry may readily be consolation of knowing that everything Americans eat mustard I confessed .
me to
a condition of maio sergeant soon, and I remained -
weakness very imagined.In saw another American at Lucerne was done that could be done. a lack of study in that direction and

; was consumed approaching insensibility. I upward of twenty years serv- its manufacture upland cottonseed whom, without know ing. I hold in high He was bled nd less than twentyfourtimes he continued: "In England mustard '
rltk ?Mmn' by a burning, raging ing with different regiments out bore
: d PlutlrllSTARKE. ; I her with her husband An
thirst but the dresser disregarded all but it was some time before I told anyone is preferred as furnishing:;: regard. met in twenty-four hours! But he is the great national.condiment

my entreaties for a drink of water. how I recovered from attack lighter colored and purer article than i and a serious-faced Sister of Charity had no strength, and had to die!' Englishman will never eat be.bacon,

FLA. The system of treatment iny the sea-coabt cotton-seed. which like looking at the pathetic inscriptions in i "Now. I've been wrapped in no less ham or steak without it, many of
cholera in of cholera. However, I told the doctor -
those days allowed the seed of Egyptian and Indian cot- the quaint little cemetery which surrounds I than twenty-four pieces of red flannel them season mutton with It. An En- !
&HV the he
WORK patient all about and
nothingmore ono day itj though
Gl'APAJNTKFO. B z4. than just to have the lips moist said the cold water ;ought to have ton, yields a darker colored oil with amore the old Hofkirche. I had observed and liniment ':'since yesterday, and gUsh tramp to whom you gave an unseasoned 'p,

ened strongly marked flavor. The tho lady I speak of as she sat still wife ,isn't satisfied."-Wide beef sandwich would step and
with my -
occasionally weak killed I observed the fellow .
brandy- me,
PEEK poor
& FllAZEE, and-waterj and this seed is crushed, yielding a dark brown- with rapt attention in the soft twilightof Awake. ask you for mustard before he commenced -
; simply who in with cholera
aggravatedthe were hospital go '
torture of thirst. ish-green oil, having a specific gravityof the dim old church, listening to the -_-a-. to devour it With Americans I
Nowadays cham- extra allowance of water.
an about .9224. which is treated with grand organ as its music pealed among What Would Happen. it different. They never take .
Attorneys at Law is i
and pagne given and
a Notari s the sufferer is al- All my people were dead or scat -
alkaline solutions. The clear yellowoil the gray arches. Her strong refined mustard with and rarely wit
lowed to drink { Brown to Jones; bf
pretty freely. tercd. and I had no wish: to return tc "Humph
obtained is odorless and flavorless, face, with clear-cut features, soft gray any thing els. uDles It very
&T1UKE, B1UDFOKU The hospital was of England, so I tock pension and "that's a nice way that fellow Diogenes
CO. FL ;
!. course only a I my their meat
, and has the same specific gravity hair under her black hat, and a plain his Americans deluge
panda, hastily constructed with : tho bounties I had obtained added to of whom I was,just reading spends ha. butt 6
.., Abstracts of Title and Real palmyraleaves. the crude product; the residue is usedas dress outlined against a great stone pillar with hot Indian and other saucs
$ Ettte Law. with a large matt savings, enabled me to buy thi time.
P'UIait3' cuscus my
). soap stock. The refined oil. which made a striking picture as she sat of y let mustard My prof. say
- AIistt&t furnlsbe1 'bowln the entrance at each end. Two large bit of land. I am doing well, and hava "Do you refer to his practice aone Examine -
jI iklrtaie' J.ien, 'ID-X ull") .111< Attach chatties of boils at about 600 deg. F.. congeals at beside her husband, a straight, strong man?" I you My proof her ,
; hone
meat and nlmAttettl! rment5 water were placed just outside all a man can wish for to make himhappDlackwood's hunting for an cruet
of public f'Col'Il' and German with mustard thi
; .rrocttng 'fiLla tile about 50 dcg. f r summer and 32 deg. ly-knit soldierly gray every
ol Real each "Yes.
. 1-8ta16 tn entrance from which Magazine.
Ilradfor4 coolie find
a will
c.: ..tIOunty. norl a. up to 4&t8 or Ablltract. from time to time threw a pannikinfulon .. for winter-pressed oil. hair and a stern face bronzed by ex "Well: nobody does scch things:;: restaurant and you have been mixed ten it

the Its employment in the mechanical posure. They were the Count and contents might
:, cuscus; tathis, so that tho wind, -"A Montgomery:: ," nowadays. for they look old
N I a
e negro a;ts has satisfactorily demonstratedthat Countess Waldersee. He is a great to try year ago. a
blowing through the wet mats, might I I'rsss I "No; if Diogonej vero any smell twice musty.I .
I reports the Anniston ( ) and
. HEADQUABTEUS FOR cool tho in the manufacture of nuts, bolts General and Von Moltke's !successor that in New York to- Methuselah a
temperature inside tho such thing as there's restau
.LR.E XN'SUr-t.A.N'O dale This pan- bought a round-trip ticket for theC01'p and pipe cutting, etc., it can be employed chief of staff of the ambitious young he'd in by a bunkosteererbefore don't believe that a
result certainly was at- of order that sfia :3ay get run that uses a pound o!
I: tI tamed but C her child in to bettor advantage:: than any German Emperor, and she the bcs he'd been ouVO hours."- rant in this city
flepreieitjng the Liverpool an4 at the( cost of intensifying mIght take it to Piko Itoad t:> lot! ili:? I .LucanioLoiter. week-Chica JournaL '
I London t othcj lubricator, and it has come ex- friend of the vouug Enpresii...- ( m'jstaid a
le Traveler.
U4 Globe OomliUT. pangg of tba paUoats whoso thirst I Merchant .
relatives; view it before buriiL" tccelvcly into uso for tliU purposo.! It '

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: : : ) ,. Screw. -Lo..et Where- .re .Aodrcws watermelon growers arepU"ing I I cl.lI..n.'otOOl, !
tr, _;__ j. i .. ; C'.' the fourth of melons hits S h' 1 *< 1
: 0 th.tbriitse. >:, I I I annual meeting of the Bradford Crunty Sunday ,
rt Of tI flrrt
J'.'" :: ,A.f' 'f". '. ,, T VttKKV>. : &KAl,"X.&D"'EEnY"T-HD_l-OUKTY..' TEL5QEArU-TbCreW6re' *o teuon.accomplished" The h)Messenger cutting back savs the that) parent this Is n.on.be held at the standard Baptist: time Church.. ..-' Slaike. 'Fla.-* Thursday, December 12th* 1839, at If you .v n'" lty P ODe t. ':{ ..

i I report* about the kH Htc- It : a. m. S tIT .
vine U won. erases to' be productiveto '
1 : _'
4 cL C.WEBB '
('f J. : r :.SEditor_. and. PUbUaher.. 'we fell sure that We would get within al>out one, foot from the. root 0 FIRST SESSION -L. C.:'HULL, .CHAIRMAN. awiiori'y !.J..a1'm, 0 &1"a.u.t .;
facts about It in the TKLROBAPH. anc tb? second and third crops are letter 1. Devotional exercise.-Rev. G. U. 1 urnet. l !
:;g. t IJ"C..PTIOPI 91.OO A it than she first. Of course there are other 2 Address Welcome.- Rev. M. M.,Wamboldt. flood fopm i4nd, impx-oYe4 aa '
bold. stid that ...
only Bradford _
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and Workers.
.tI aids employed such us watering through S. Song-To Work. -Delegates -
,-:1f, .- .' ...'." .XnkrtA'rding to Act tf C*,grt4' I I went wet by a large m juril\'. l long dry spells and the use fertilizers. ; 4* Response to Welcome Address. S fmpX-OVC", btit1iC 0.: a..1.U.Iuel'Ca I.... ;,

v- L '-,=. lit, I\xt Office. Siarke. Fit., ft' you not give us the exact figure but the climate, ,docs! its share. -, > I 5. 'Roll Call and enrollment of Del .teil. S. S. ... .
4 j -, J. Clntt Matter. and dry? It was reported The Pcnsacola, Commercial has been 6.: The'Aim'und Object of County Organizations.-Rev. Wm. Shaw, Slate yellow :pine Und c ppe.sJ.: '
1 firsts for libel The Secr ttarWrn. N.MeacLmmflfl4F.T _
W. D.
.J ) had by Chipley. ,
i :l..' New York city fai wheeled t a county that all gone w>U Then it, i suit is based upon_ an article in that paper 7. General Sunday School Work.-Rev. .S. N. Proctor of Lrke Butler. followed lands !or sgar, xe. ftDtI f. ; '.

tbedif tricls had gene Of last Saturrhiy. which alleges by J. (i. Ridiard I Jr., and I F. R. Morgan.Rece _. S
A I and drafted the plant' for the Starke., It was also said that Cbipley bad emliezxlHi tbatltol'l ( <>s for dinner.) fopming. Call on or address .ri. .

\ .: hifcs for the world fair of and Lake Butler.were thrown for.tue Pensacola & Atlantic railroad of SECOND SESSION.-A. E. MOITT, CHAIRMAN. :

1 \ but,Chicago is i quietly raising so on. We think .it is your duty I 'which he js yice-presideat- 1:30 p.m. "* 55 C. PEEK, atty-at4aw, ,- **;t3
The Georgia Southern and Florida railroad Devotional Exercise.-Rev. R. B ,"nltler.
of 1.
'S : by the million which will have our county paper to gather ull ; has put on u night pile driving force 2.: Advantage of Teacher?' Meftings Rev.G. P. Young. abstractor of Ti"'l ea. 8m A "D'W7'rt
: 5\ Weight in bringing the exposition figures, as near as you can ih order to' finish their dock at Pulatke S.:' The Bible, our Text Bo"k. nnl how toStu-ly It.-Rv.. M. M. Wnmbnldt. _ _ _._______________________________.___ni- ': ;
"j them for the benefit of your for the winter's business. 4. Prim try Class Woik.-Rev. 31. M. Wumboldt and Mrs. R. B. Maltice.

: that city. Chicago is the most If all the .eDt dry but Camp Perry.-$he famous "detention resort 5.: Election of Officers. Recess. THE GREAT SOUTHERNFURNITURE f' .

j mg city.in the Union. where does diierjca et majority ** of epii1emIcdiyaJS lobe dismantled CHILDREN'S MKKTISO COURT HOUSE.-,J. C. RICHARD. JR., CHAIRMAN. .dil

.I'M.erpriB rIi row.th lia| been the greatest of ? Does :: =r.balltnet and bidder all the impcdfmeotl'sold auction" ,*. to.the*highest .I.S:30p. m/. .J.t- ., ..TJab-ac
of the : at : : 1. Devotional Exerc .-Rev. B. C Thomas .aLl
f.k'tier hAVe the exposition. county bwu.: 'reported Two million b zesla thetstimatr the t I 2. Address.-). Wm. Dellart. HOUSf: !: ; _I"

voted abouviOO weV'and 1'I r Florida orange crop.for this season., i 8. Address. Tho Black Board and bow to use i ii in Sunday School Work.- : aItOn'

,: : A squirt imle of the city of woujdllko to knoi/where I The Hotted States /aowtio sesses ten : Rev. Wm. Sw w. I ;
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' wall ocpttUHjiich! were. :or are they armored vessels, thirteetVaiajtl., turretted I 4. Address. Mrs. R. B. )(aUice. IN T.1IEIR. 'TE'V'D .MAGNIFICENT STORED _
, : MUM, destroyed by fire on monitors, stee cruisera 5. the Children and Benediction. T"
. r.ke| :;, S.. 2 6tb.!n*t. In the burned cbr1stIibeou1d befoul bcon. gun boats. tw.dynamIW'4rnIn.. an '. THIRD SESSION.-PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN. NOS. 40 AND 42 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE J
armored ram aprae: Lice cnilsjff for cadets.,. F1.O1' i rJi1
;: were IS l large shoe factories. 1. Devotional Exercises.-Rev. J. B. Davis. ,
by wet ticket for when
voting H
; I flrat-clau torpedo 4 Ironsteamers. .
one bdpt ::: 2. The Work before Us.-Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs Now offers the I Largest and Finest Stock of }
loss is estimated at $ the church he made 1RNITUl
to ,
, a r vow : ., ... '' : 3. The Brst Method of Interesting n Class.-Rev. J. G. Bonnell. ;
: j' This ill\ the largest conflagration the devil and'all his works and O- ., r. .S ., .. Temperance Work in tbe Sunday School.-Rev. J. VV. Buslincll.Word.s CARPETS, MATTING, WINDOW SHADES, LAMPS,.B 4 lt.0I _

:c S ha. occurred in the New says, 'Wezntohuin tiat! giv- In man7w .. Q prav that: B., 5. of Cheer from the Officers anu Delegates. CARRIAGES( J

neighbor drink, that puttelb thy P B.B.BotanJCBl! '.uf' the Blood ADJOURNMENT. _

dates since the great Boston him, and maket'i' him drunken I Babp Co. A tlanta Qa rlk, cure Wood poison initrr I Every Sunday School S in the county.should senil two dele'rntc*', Wllb" report of BOYS' WIREWIIEKL VELOCIPEDES, "J'O.'. ,.- 1i.1 DEJ
;; 6,000. j>er.ons are out of Hab. ii. 15. And that is just what f phaaes,even*Wben' all other treatment their school, also names of delegates, to F, R. Morgan Stnrke. Flat not Inter than GIRLS' TRICYCLES, ;;_- ,_> :

I e ment, and over. 200 families done that voted wet. Again fans. h' .*, tne 10th of December. The Sunday Schools of Starke are requested to meet ut their ROCKING HORSES, :. .:-: .' .t
A. P.'Brtt-jS AOairta.Oa.;" writes: "I had I .
I ..;: \t', _. see how wide-awake- merchants, 12.runnlas tue K and 8 on the _other respective: Churches and march in procession.to the Children's Meeting. at the CourtHouse DOLL CARRIAGES D' :

'Wi appear to ha vein Starke-couu! land feJ'.' 2 I believe I actually at 3:30: 1'. m., standard time. Reception! Committee: F. In F. B.Barry. .

._r-t t" land iIso cheap in I vote wet, when they know, or aval owed. .1IUTeI.. .- -bou. -v yaineft'ort to Mrs. M. C. Hall. Mrs. Jennie Go&cMrWm.IkiIart and !,IrS.C.MoiU.BLANKETS, COMFORTS( ) CURTAINS ANDSiness : } .-
? cuty; thiijt. is a great wonder know that the poor man's money on ruretbA the.tteoCB.. 'a'frt k'Ht4he,.bo&flnally tsbot acted Bu Committee: L. C Hull. A. E. Moitt. Music Committee: J. C. Rich.t.d. Jr., oooiKiinsrG- STOVES ;j w

.5 '' .'not a\l\! been bought up long and every dime he spends in,the :d 5- 'al) y asft l and I kf'Pt my; Tate Powell M. D. S -5- And more ,;1 res$.

.. __/ .. : 'tIt.tr ii of the a clean loss tothem as well! as to lDIo .II the 'the
plenty' very family. When burke gets a rice ulcerL _gpo 2 SMaSth ANTS OF TOILET SETS 1 .
teatI nod
and a. 5'
i .L&. ". orange strawberry land within I factory and)wofnctorica orthr.i .ad wen p.experteoce.Of'ntl In CHINA and TINWAltE than
f jrk miles of the railroad or a1on won't be eaJ'II ot 7, ;- "* oS". I was. ever brought to the Sooth.A. '
-- she lively
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;'JIobl..Wwrltes: "My
: 4.' feline of the G. S. & F. I ) ,t Oh."'. u.o.k she will succeed with I"117 fsce' U. werranlassorcor of blood poison, RUBY STERNBUR6 AND CO, 33e: 3DcdT7ejn Pea 1. -

bcsn he bought at pray that theistic F ru aj>t tJyiMiiB <)ega >eating my WeDrive Drive .
your :
,.' t.ri All our county needs now 'ha. :l )ailure. While ,she It boaeKVrbaa t>d'rl som..ft.ebed.ItraIIJCUI.my'kidneys a.d llfiibeAUWBVWUVU. were- OverCompetition and ]uubt' t lel1r
: 0 r.\1red dollars revenue .--jM saMlmtK surely dl'e. but Away I 'I
; .a etiaing. The TELGEBAPH !: rl'dy n rertbelMa,"whaB Ihaiirt lO.lIottJe'lotB. B -- ) 0 ( S
Q 'ills IL prosperityI'd BiIwaaprMOunc dnKryBoadreds ft scar- S ; J-ECi
; 4 and will continue to do, all L5 ." ,,1 who founds ciiy. annwtaeaoims.t: i <.*J: been well-I Send in your Christmas orders XOW before the BIG liUXJZmi !11""r.
nyse twelve w u O v V : ; 'S p 1 ";
can. To much, however, must not :J.s1:: O iniqUIty. God'8 caov8 Lw. 5 r:: \ ,,/' f Jjjgoa Inq

I expected from it, although! it will \ .. .554tou and no people can They want to sell you yonr Groceries Provisions Flour CLARK & LOFTUS, '0 _OctU_
: iu (till ,share;, but something wv-i _J >e> wuld without it, DRUG STORE S A c

S. must by done. If the county. it. is the only remedy that Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. '- 40 and 42 W. Bay St, Jacksonville .iii.5 ailed a
; 11' ers do not caro to how high the license may be, They want to sell you yonr Dry Goods and Notions. -5- ::

in. the Trade issue of the pays it, the money is only $1 000 00 S

: Union, they should by all by the license; it is eventually; They want to sell you your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Abo re

:? make a county display at the people. And in conclusion! I FOR llUece.
a tree is known by its fruit and They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. $1.00 i .

. 1 :. Tropical at Jacksonville. show which _ __ Ten Tboatand Dollars In Souvenirs in be Given PIV
the Away on the
wind Cra4
matter much what you do, only Respectfully way S They want to sell you your Hoots, Shoes and Rubbers. .. ofthe Opaim

. : something. I et us have R. F. AHTHONT. They* want to sell You' Your Hardware OTMMBflMHBMlBMM, Tools BHHHB and Building FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION l'

Q, to build up our county. Fla.
Material. 'OEM'.ThurSdlY

The little town Hampton whl The Modern Gla llacor. DEALEK IN They want to sell you your Wagons, Buggies Agricultural Ini- afternoon, January 9th. 1890. AU o :

:' is located jut 8 v.en miles south the days of homer down to the Drugs & Medicines plements Seeds and Fertilizers. PARTIAL LIST OF SOUVENIRS: .t: u

; Starke and at the junction of feats of physical prowess and 1 Starke, Fla No.
want to sell
They 0 *
F. C. & P. and GS&: F. contests between men of mighty Physicians' Prescriptions 1.3'ullr Saddles Harness and Whips in 1. Certified ck for::...... ... ......... .... .... .Yrlttitios: Teet
4. fact want to sell fl.WO
r4 : is dent i tied to become one of and skill have Romnunded the C.u'efIlU1i Compounded at all hovn-dan tn they yotie'rcrytiiliig you may need. Give them 2. Knab- upright pinnn.. elx-nized case, engraved panels: stool and scarf.. 8QO. Ten
interests of mankind. These night a trial, and you will be convinced that they will save you money 3. Parlor suit 5 pieces magnificent ilk hrocaielle. with silk plush trim. ,_

f H most important points along the recounted in lofty measure have on everything You buy rnd at the same time guarantee the nlln.g!. 11.8' follows: One' large sofn. in terra cotla. one liullff emy T-

t : ',of the latter road. Hampton poet, historian and novelist un U. D. TAiMEi.1jt' ) lity and quantity ot* Go O(It. qua chair in in olive. nile gent R easy chair in blue, one large reception chair
olive one larpe reception chair old
gold.... .... ....
L very prettily; both railroads have '. It I.#'\tfact that JOHN L. 4. Pair dinr.Miid eardrops best quality. ...,... .... ........ 230 230

frontage of over a quarter of a AN.. as hh d et* .ls over the coun 6.5.: Set Walnut lluviland:: tidro.nn; French set.; eight china,pieces.decorated French, 126 beveled pieces .mirrors. :::::::::::: 200 Be"IDI

'; :' q V.-' The G. S. & 1?. Company own crowd mor:1 L .l \-st president and draws of the a T R U B Y 81 E R N B U "R G & COMPANY 'a. Oenl's Oents diamond studs. .. .. ..... .......................:... .... ]125|0 A ICI
mngnificent watch
t4 great deal of land here, and '.l'Y' gold aud chain...... ...... :... 125 *
}d(ies in spite of 9. Elegant 1'iench chin.i dinner,set. 149 pieces............ ...
? : will undoubtedly throw a great traits of cfiJJractcr, and simply!, "10. Lady's gold watch and chain solid gold very fine.... .......... 100 U Tvrno
ub Music[ bo X. 10 Ulrs. .. ... .......... .Iale.',
of influence in the upbuilding he 'stands the embodiment of STARKE ................ 75 ,
? 12. Pnrlor sa.0I.
F folding bed cherry finish...
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i-; : Hampton. The men of courage and endurance; the: : -A 7 iU ._! L2RID, A 13. Antique.!hat ruck..diiimnnd..Fiench beveled mirrors i ::::::.:.::::.... 5

S- arc live and energetic, and the .c'B, all antagonists, unconquercd .5 ----- "-- .I11.u"lJfJulerltlV-nlr...lIggrl-al1ng.......... .............-.-.-..-.-.-.-.-.- $s.mu- 1.5..1ll

4 r rounding farmers arc all independent WATCHMAKER virtue of an NOTICE.By order made by. the Honorable I. Florida Trunk Line. 20.000 souvenirs amounting\ to u.. ..............._.' .m.1 .,_. ..
Publishing of
'to : and wealthThe Company DJE1VELER WiUIam F.MalphurB. County Judge of Brad ordCounty Only )(),ooo tickets sold at $1.00 Each. very I
\ Street, St. Louis Mo., have just State of F orida xerci-injj probatepiiwrrs. LORI DA ; S
in the lie .dated the 6th day <>f November. 189, I CENTRAL See SundHy's TLMES-UNIOiN for full list of Souvenirs. I. te
groves county adjacent for the subscription trade a appointing me the undersigned an Connnlxxloiier, F Tickets good for admission III rmd :
f.5 opening of the
; Hampton. A number of new pp illustrated lite of Sullivan. en to ell certain real estate.itaat of Bradford belonging to the estate of Jt-ssec Drew. T. T. Stockton Dr.
:.: jugs have lately been erected and Gladiator. This J STARKE. FLA.CPci Jo hnM. late of Bradford County.State of Fin Ida, I' Formerly tlie F. H. 1c N.Co. Jos. Y. Porler. T.S. Wilmattb. J. K. Tyson, A. W. (,C rell. Jr.
: dec a'ed.! Now. by virtue of the authority vested N_MUutdMrd .Time All orders for tickets should lie I
$l ttenUon given to mpairinc Watche' Vmed.-Nov. 17, 1889. sent to W. B. Barnt-tt.
the truth about President .
the Nalieatl
added all of In me us such CTommlsxIoner. I will 'ell in front Bank of
new store which i Jacksonville
CJCIocfca and JqCwelry&c., Ac. AU work door .I 7 :SSOUTHERN Jucksouvillc Fla..
r I I._ DIVN.I 8 TT accompanied
seeking to cover or excuse his I M nMftoticbto pr M for.ASheriff's of the Court house door, in tbe Town of Stork*. ticket. by the money-f 1 for tatU
: I
nicely painted and a credit to In the said County of Bradford dn the lit Monday 3Sp1i55a,LT FernandinaCallanan 33 850ft7VO S
; gives a full history of his remark* -- the 2d day of December 1N89. betwee" tile 81tD725p 115pHSOp |Lv Jacksonville Ar! $2 Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenir
town. May Hampton grow his Sale. legal hours of M!*. at public auction the follow- I p|fT Ar 5-i ,2C &T$(,000 IN PREMIUMS
birth and
pireut.ige. boy lOOSp for COUNTY
ah iiie lands of the evtite of the said deceaaed: The 212pLY Baldwin Ar! U6p 60S and Inditldnal
prosper, is the wish of all Brad : in the Boston schools, his Under and by virtue of an order NEX of tile NWV nnd the NW X of the NEJ* "Cop 260p Ar Lawtej Ar 430a Exhibits. Send for .full lasts.
of sale issued out of the Count Section one I(1)Township 6 South of Range twenty 32IlpAr) Starke Ar 32Op 405a x ,
S. county. at the age of fifteen-a complete Court in and for tho County of Kradforo, ((20] east;also thirty [301 1 acres on the south 12 10 a1250n 3-Jp Ar WaKloIlaMrtJmrn -r. 26'fp. aUa H. F, DILLON, P r**!.d eat. }
4 description 'S'nta of Florida. dtEy of the S\V It! : also 30 acre on the 41!p Ar A.r, *-W p l35a no>8.3m "
by an eye-witness south sufe of SW of the SWSectio 2:l1a 5- A.
i thirty-six p.\r. Oeala o. ADAMS
J. \ Arl2Mp37p )
p\, In a matter wherein C. lieasloy Secretary. Ir
Paint list ii Ji Tp 3 south of Han,, [ I 4 at a 6pAr Wildwood
your houses. It is of contests and triumphs twentyJO] '& containing ArUUal11f
} anti 1 1.J.
complainant) and H. A. rinor 4 :
one hundred and forty [14QJ acre more a} 712p tiLeesburg Ar 11 3 22 t 42 JAS. M. SCHUMACHER
: uggerled by tourists and Id I : i his battlesVilh Joe Gos arid K.: KieruUT-irodefoiuUnts; I will sell or Irtw. Al o thiEX of NE t of Section thirty- I. 5 11-'a 740|' Ar Ta.a'uf Lv 10 55 a lOOp P -- latb..
with at public Hiu-tioo, In front of the Courthouse six ((30: Tp ij south of Range: east; oho SWV ofthe 753_a._.2pi_ lAr L-rlundo Lvllll a CUUp _ ._ _
that the lack of paint is very & Taylor }Flood i door in tne Town of UUrke iu N W\ St-ction thirty-onoCJl I Tp 5 soul of 1 _I _11 I TAMPA DIVN. I 1 | SQArl A.E. MOITT
Rantre twenty-one [21J est. containiue enth
McCarthy. Donovan. Dalton between the .
said r'ollntof Bradford
S reptihle in our beautiful little cit dre l and>t"enty acrcHmoreor 1 Im-s. uotoi i g 8 15 pi 125p Lv Jackson*illeWiklwwxi Art 525p' .:) a ,
His great battle with Paddy le gal .jour "of sa'e, on (in all two huttlred and sixty .errs morn or I .! 6'1 a 64 p700p Lv Ar1149a! 545p J Or 1
There i is nothing more attractive bailies with Jim Elliott Monday. thoM LIllY of December A. D. Sold for,1wtr button among the heirs. Terms C40ataia Ar PanasnffkeeSuinterville Arlt2Sa SlOp Srn..A..I.--U L.7"E, (.:ALL STREET) :FLOEIDA er gf''
Tug 1889. ca sh.purchaser paying for titles. Ar ArAr T66p ,
a stranger than to tote building Laflin Robinson JOSEPH L. RII.L 8 i>a 7S3p74sp Ar Catharine It 03 a G20p To -s- r
wnli Greenfield Ie81Ie the
the following Patrons
ling a day
same >
cI situated Xov. 8. .. Co.niuissionerNOTICE. g 3Ja Ar racoochee ArilOST., 5l5p ray and the general! Public 1 would reBpectfu.lv) announce aT.A.l
: nicely and McCaffrev. Herald nod dcserilMMl property in 102 a 11 OS Ar Hade that I
painted, nothing that I Cardiff. p City Ar 10 20 aLvi aMp am .11.ai old prieto
of Br iforU and described 13 5a 9 my ready I to short
H : give an impression of negligence h ) I. trip aLro .I. battle witbi HS followtA certain steam Haw-mill _& | la: T I CEDAR KEY t I. t I U. ._{L.2 2a'linoUce.. As heretofore,1 shall.u> the future use my best endeavor to turn A
i .In France, his .noted meeting snd machinery connected therewith nituated Know all men by these that Slip: 115 I.v out good work at a low 1 _
quick as unpainted bou.el. Paint i.f presents Samoa p Jacksonville Arl 5 25p1 S5 P figure. solicit the attention of those in need *(
I r Prince of WLIt:!. at Hampton, in thn County of W. Fox has this day applied tome for letter of 6 30 a 355p444p Lv Waldo At 2 40 plO 06 a I
f L worth its cost to any building b I Bradford and State of Florida and a lot ministration on the estate of Herman Uret-n- 800 a Ar Gal'lpIIYlIle Ar I45p' ]100 a C R;
the recent fight with Eilram it 01 land fle cribed na follows: Two amt baum. decMMied. and alt concerned are hereby 5Mp Arp Archer Lv 1215p arrJ..agesrrrr
: preserving it from the weather an I that Sullivan was a phys aeven-tenths aor s, ,more or less, in theHouth v aro'd ami admonished tn be and appear at my .. 8 P Bronson Ar 118 p ... WagOICLS .
office 1150
: the Town of Starke, Bradford Coutity.orida. .. .trCedarKeyLv 6Uk .
cornerofthat portion of the Ntt'l U.
in beautifying it. Furthermore, i when Mukloun took hold of lA. on Monday the 30th day of Dee u.twr. 9 I 1 I WESTEHN 81
Section% 3n' DIVN | 2 I 10
( ofNEiof Township 7 south D. 1839. then and there to show raus.*. if any c..d C&3t8
painted building is not so liable t I of nerve flabby of muscle. of UiisiRfl! 2'2 east, being west of the Florida th ere be why the Raid application shouldot be, iiTp 92pSJ3a.u! oOa Lv Jacksonville .tifitp 720* or any other I style of .
I Central ant! FriniiiKuUr railroad And allvvred.or why letlf$of iidministmtion should BildwinLoke Ar 200p 6 95 a
: wind reduced and
take fire in a conflagration as an by excesses further dejioribed not printed to the 'ald Samuel W. Fox. 1Mpl" 4Sji Ar City A' 1228p 4(8 a
aa commencing the
: witlrtypboid. A more form d- Witness my hand and official seal as Judge of r 138 al 04 la3UCa1141a ArArj Live Onk Ar 513Sa 2 55 a VEHICLES
painted one. If all the houses ii point whore the west line of th" above the Probate'ourt of Bradford County and Maw ( MadigonSlonlicello ArilOtBa llOpfl.Vip
4, unarmed fighting machine railroad right of wny intersects the west of Florida, thin 14th day or November. A.D. 1 SJ. 5' aOOOn lOOp i :Ar Lv] 93a727a lilep
F Starke were nicely painted and tb >a in the world before than boundary of said miH-ter. thence n rth- [SEAL) WM. F. MALPHIIRR. ,I, 7 VT a 3O4ptAr Tallahassee Lv $2Oi P1owsHarrows Cultivators

.Jf fences all in good repair, it would a same Sullivan when be stripped erly along and aald seventy-seven right. or way feet eight 1; thence' hundred 6
more to attract su angers than an; ; and it was W1LLL\.M westerly and paralol to section lit.e on Notice for Publication. I,i I y'Trains.s. 44. 21.No:24.<;30: 1.:'2.7.S.V.1O.1l,12.13I4daIiy.daily except Sunday. And other Farming Implements. 0 R 1

who north iKiund-uy of 8l<1 jtmrtor two hundred 1 I FERN'ANDINA _ _ _
: one thing that could bo done by ou produced tbapbellom- and fed LAND OFFICE GAIXESVILLE. FLA ( AND JACKSONVILLE BR'CH. .
seventy-two thence southerly K o.041( > Nn.6
) How it done? The ; October Ii.it9. f''.' No.5 No. 61 REPAIRING of Vehicles
was an frrl'Cl1l'llral
people. Paint is I along west boundary oftuiu I" hereby 9JOa: 401'1 a Jacksonville Implements Tool Machinery -' Ha
very cheap- quarter i NOTICE given that the following ''I Ar 850" 13: >p ,
Ie question will be found in I the: .i ii lit hundred and twenty-eight feet to & tttlr has tiled notic of his inten: 'ilOSa. !S 30)- Ar Fpln"noiln" -.. 5. 1'flP;. Guns, PIstols" etc., made neatly and the .1
.. cheaper than thought to be by place of beginning, including two and tion to make final pro.)' ir. support his claim.an,1 ,. 5 I C. 60. 81 daily. \\. strongly by exrenencfd"e" PI, Y,
Only the best
that said proof will be made materials(
heftirRegiitei used.
n-lcmih.icrtts 1'OO
s nior less
who has or Kam 1Xeworlean"ExJrt'I8.shnrt"lt"
not investigated the the book and Receiver U.S. Land Office, at Goii eville,, lpe:1
w 111Iro\'e i HORSE
mighty: having been levied on under attach'iien Florida on q-iiclcest line to Middle and West Florida points. SHOEING: according to Scientific
There ia no excuse for for at iinaitution of suit. TeruiH i Pensacola.I Mobile and New Orleans. Principles. AJ _
man uc reading to a wide c'uss of cash, purchaser DECEMBER 13TH.18*. and 8:15 : 7:30: a. m. -
paying for titl s. ria: John Danson. )Metros Fla.. H E No. 11583 n. m trains connect through to Thorcagrijle. r "1I.1)
: painting, and but little excu'se fc Not only admirers of the manly, [ H INRY 'V. EPPBRSOX. for the WX bee 2 Tp 8 S Range 23 E. He names ) Montgomery.Nashville. St. Louis. '! I : :
c cinrinti('hiengo and all c.'n'I : '
North 'I ; \ : J
: the of MAN whose health or Sheriff Bradford the following witnesses to prove his continuous points a- d : \ \ \ I
rest us. phys County, FJa residence upon.and cultivation of. said!land, via: .Arrive at 2 4" p m. and 7 vO a in. 0.B'OiNt' I 'I \ \ :
is below par is interested I iu Nov. 1st, l$9.Notice Otorge Chestnut Sr..Ueorreches ute Jr.. Peter Onlnesrille.1 15 p m Malt( and Express or all points South \ .I .I'\ I i 'J BAAARi\ \ 1 I
Ct\la. I .
Hagan,James Swindal.all of Kiel rose. Florida. eesbtirjr, Tavares. Apopka. _. ;
:,, The. a.._Ea la.. 8ap. for Publication. AUCXANDKE LYNCH, Register. Plant Orlando.C'. PanauAfrkeeC't.Co( anne). Dade City : S
tv. Arrives
at S 25
The pm.
Baptist church ou Wed&esdli LAND.OFXICE AT OAI, ESvn.LJI. FLA. I I 1 I 815 p m Local. connects through for all points .
S algbt was the scene of a lively and vei I .. bIDI Service. Noveinlvr 16th. 1889. t Master's Sale. I South. Ocnl. Gainesville' Leesbure. Tavares P. J. BUILDING.EA.HiIEIRS :

I ; enjoyable social! and supper prepared t j representation of the different I NOTICE is-hereby tt1pr ha-t civt-n filed notice that the of following-his( intention By virtue( of and in pursuance of an order and I' tersburg Orlindo,An Tarnon Tampa.Spring Arrive Southerland at 7 20) a m.St. Pe I .
decree of the
the ladles o. the above-named church I gathered at the Methodist church to make final proof in support of his claim Fourth Judicial Circuit of M.Florida Bakrr.in Judge and for of the. 9 0) am Cumberland RoutfoExpreF connects I3ST
and that said proof will be 1-ia.ie before W.T., Fernandina with steamer City of Brunswick .
> whom much credit is due. morning to participate in Weeks Florida on Clerk of the Circiit Court,at Starke. 18 County'11. in a of matter Bradford wherein dated Letter October Cdvin 23d.is A.complainant D.. daily nooga.for LouisviXe Brunswick, Pincinnati Macon. Atlanta. Chatta- SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS, AGENTS
The church was very-handsomely de services held there. Although JANUARY 15TH. 18W.T and James A. Snowdf"n and Susan I'. Chicago. -\rriv..IiOpm Louis and .

t S orated with Iruiu. vcgetbleb and was selected Id_adrcss them !iz: Frank M. Byrd. I.ike Barter. Fla.. H. E. Soowdeu,as Special,hi-wife Master df"fendanL".I.! the undersigned .' 4 00 p m "Fernandina Mall and F.PI'PfI"daUv ;J 1 1' ; .
No 1S072. for the N'WX Sec 16 Tp 5 S R*npe'JO t appointed by said Court. c'nnf CM rhursdar with Mallory t>t : .. t S '
, f. until 11. wa a perfect bower of g04 withdrew in f.vor of Rev. E He names the following witne eg to prove ;n pursuance of said decrre. will sell at public New York. Arrives 5> a m. amen 'or \J rjy .vcyty Wqif f',
J bin I continuous residence and auctlon.la front of the Court house door in the i This IM-W service gives
upon. cultivate- -J
i thing A large bananafilalk erected who in well chosen words of. mid land viz: William Blo-xlWorth J. W. Town of Starke in the said County of Bra-I'ord.1!j Baldwin for all points North.p-rfectconnpInnat East and West. SEA-SIDE IJBRARY AND FINE
'. S the R.hi, S. C. between the J legal hours of sale on Mondav the Via Callahan CIGARS.
rostrum was surrounded by address spoke crews John S. Andrewg. all of r to all points North. Kft"t and West,
S upon appropriate Lake BuUer,Florida. 2d day of IWw- mbtr. A. V. 181-9 the Kan,e belt g a Fernandina.. __
Hint, nrangci bananas. apples flow how many cuses we I had ALCXAHDKB LYNCH.Resistor.PRINTERS' leral sal>.*day.the following described land be of BrtlDawlck.or for connecting Brun ick.with}Macon steamer City SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR ANY /
ing the Atlanta, PAPER OR Ordeii
ilid propt'rtoCt .aid James S. A.Snowden and all solicited 3IAGAZINE. !
poInts North unll
.X and
1 I : _.. other fruit and 'vegetables. Moi Uev. Turner was as- and Su-an P. Snowde"..his wife. defendants and. Daily BpecUl to connect Vs at" Fernandina for .____.prompt____ ___iiteiitinn. given. to sumt \
4 vines and willow object to aid decree. ituat d in said County Boat with Rnlh --
boughs were Lung oY the service by Revds. Mattice. INK. Bradford. and described wick. Oa. Le as follows The
: couth
J. I the wiudowi; corn, rice and pumpkinwere '}lls aud Mr. Shaw. Tbe A JornsAt FOB ADTEBTISCRS. half ol the southeast quarter of section I w.. and. audina-av"Fernandina 1": 5. Arrive Jacksonville a.tn. Arrive Fern. KEY: ::: V

t !I ) very conspicuous Largo bra composed of Messrs. Itich rd. "a PRINTERS journal for*INK advprti It just'what" It it Is purports l issued on to the be,, west north quarter half northeast of nortbeafct quarter quarter anSI of the kectiou Outh I 0. E. Maxwell, A. O. MacDonnell o.13:15 p.: &noon.. T.'A. &; CO:: : a, at

candlestick went used, the bellows of \ and Powell Mrs. Goss, Illsfi rst and fifteenth day of each month.and is the! eleven (11). all in township seven '7; south taiigtt ir-n Manager. .
r nineteen((19)
.5 1 olden time WM hung on the wail and i orro l'k and Fannie Powell and s r peak-of epra'ntaUvejourna.-the Amrrira advertisers.! trade journal It tell,the so(in to,. acre*. more for titleii.or less.)east Terms containing cash.two PurcUav hundred r N. S.. Pennington raffle Manager., S ST.TES"T"rILLE. C ..

I o1d.f&lh oncd kitchen tending and inexperie- ced advertiser in paying ;
was located in ui gume very fine music. The plaincoo'pfl'heaK W.T. WEFKS. -.
E corner from which the good things p<>ure was beautifully decorated aud advertise; how ve articles to write how.out ben an and advertisement whtTr() Oct. 24th. A._D. 18S9. Special 4St 5-- 5 DISTILLER? AND JOBBERS IN _

t S In great abundance to the buugjwalL evidence ;how to display-one; what newspaper* or r"J
.S outside. a few things> other media to use; how much to expend-in Notice for Publication. PURE NORTH CAROLINA HAND MADE
should give thanks) for-Ibe fact discourses on every point that admits of Notice. PE
profitable dbcusaion If advertis at all, LAJ D OFFICE AT OAINESVILLC,
l' Dr. Delhi you WHEREAS Dftvid FLA. I
rendered a recitation in of our Florida. PR1 TERS'IN L. Alvarez admuiistratorof I November
I i sunny Vases of K van help you. Perhaps you expend *T the 10th. 1889. C
estate ot M. F. .
S very pleasant and forcible but ten dolLArs a year in advertising;if tI. Brown late of Bradford NOTICE Is hereby given that the following CORN.
adorned County State of
manner l Ihe organ. Ou thelied FK1XTER3'INKmay, show you bow to obtain Florida deceased has filed in settler has filed notice of his IntenUno WHISKEY I S
little office -
I Earnest Morgan do'n doub the ervtee my a sugge-tion of the insolvency of said to make final proof in
brought U il \veie immense pitchers 11 you*iv now fret ing tor one- estate these are therefore -uppnrt hU rialni I
to And
notify all aid
house half the money. A aI'8'\lubll.riptIoDcost perton proof will be made t.
. 1. f.5, in reciting one of his funny pleci cliysanllienums and lilies. The I II ONE DOLLAR cample copy costs but Five but same holding Iu claims office against duly said estate to file the Wck Clerk of the Circuit Court at titark W.T. APPLE J"nr ,
A large number of I .nt$. AdvfrtUing in an art practiced by my authenticated on or by Florida, AND f. PEAOITBRANDY j 1
people many the Second
were out beautiful of onJANUARY
ll bouqueis. The space 1 hut understood by few. The conductors of day Jauuary A. D. IffM.on"which 1ITH. 189?. ec
enjoyed a pleasant time. The lidi the dr&k and rail Wf.i completely I I i PRINTERS' INK understand it thoruu bly,. t da heessets there will of said be made a pro rata dlMribution of v1z'C'harlt'1; (iu '1'. Pro\'lrJenl. Flnn<.. H. E. And t.
succeeded in selling all their }i Surely their advice based ou an experience of the Kanjfc. estate among the creditors of No HPfI for the NW.I (,f NVSeC 21 TP8S Sole Proprietors of tho velebrated "KEY" brand of P III.falhion.d "'I
prjj flowers and tr/lpic II.IIIlkin! < mon than tvrentr five will nlte 18 E. Henames hie tollo. .
: years help VOIAd. HAND .
- and were well satisfied with the rsu n few cho:>e speeiincns, of ve-II'dress: GE0- P. ROWELL St'CO'Sewspnpr D Witness 1". my hand and w seal.. F.this MAU-HCHR.Miy 2lth. .\I. to cultivation prove his continuous rr iitepce ine upon.witnt'IIlIt:4 and MADE "Of""IIJSI EY, packed in cas v" ofon 8thR
th. procewlft Belt bi about l > iivertisi' g Uur', [*>EAL] or.said land viz: Jam* E.Harrison, dozen bottles. -.01
: $90. aud other g'od things. 10(JpruCe &t,Sew York. i7-fiBM County Judge. Charle* H. Hnrrinon. Abraham Johnson, Thomas P. D.
1 0.11 .:" ,1'- .Bly.,- allot Fro\ideiice.Kl /I. Lowest prices furnished iou in quantitiwi to suit PIT 0--
AtczAjiviB LTXCC. IUiai_ .5 > a\'fchcatlOn\ oJ.
4 c1iaser gS CorreRpondente rum doslen I anJ I IJ unt f1.

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HI ae or Bed. To show what little practice a .: I J -- .1 '- -
t I ijDFoRll COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Starke Though axo or BLCS At the rvsUlence of' the bride's I I f i ( Short Colt<*n. -" .
physician has in Bradford' county father. I .
The IURX mar be, There U a movement "n f-o to plant.lurt .
E.1 OYAI = --_- It meai'8 you're DU& we can state that Tate Powell, M.D., Moses Knight, m the Iowa of Lawi y;: 'oo -- staple cotton la thi, <*'Itf' m-xl sftSi4 *-

1' Fla.! KOT. 29 1889. This paper--teel has all the practice along the. F. C. the 24th. in!t.. at 10 a. m.. Rev. N. IJ. f ..,.' In the Anlbuny Plkbbnrhoodtle;
: farmers will form .hnrl iuio club awl'fcgrw -'
Come In and learn & P. railroad, from Callahan to WaiurigLt, of Starke to Miss Moli! i' a c

.\ 1"m \ Then TheTust well Amount In turn. "., Waldo a distance of 70 miles, and] Knight. of Law Icy the uudmigVd offlr*' ,.I' ..,...J-'...::-: t-naugu to to plant Justify ccrtnln the erection number of of a acre gin*for'-
. affairs. : ,
# local The vouut.Go '
: money which includes good-sized ,towns; iating. who. having solemnized l the-sacra) preparing tbe produce for market- It'wln_ *

.I Marshal.The home new mad., and he ia not very busy, either. rites. would to the many congratulations : : fi". S to folly to plant unletsafimcsuch arrnngf, .
For City And full of rtatiourprInfrr's ,
be entered into. Our' friend,
I ttrol can
already offered add .
Mr. D. L. Alrairx lakeDlensure paid. The choir of the Presbyterian : May their bower W ,
.. friends rf A i-d you are bleat. Bukin infant us tbat'a gentleman in yAlacliua
.ctt 0jjj In prcwniin him to the citizensof church surprised Mr. T. A.. Knight made of honeysuckles and sweetest roves, .: ;. ;,- : planted the ground where he hart ** ?

a Starke for City Marshal and enruestly Apples, potatoes, onions etc., at thanksgiving night it being also the may their garden be full of purest flowers, ., .... frown a crop of Irish potatoes and iwllited -'

- solicit their support.. k'ft11tDe.'jrespecifuhIy Walter Wills anniversary of his 34th birthday.An ladisnt with never-fading rose tiot of -. r t87.O per acre from the cotton. This. -', '
: equals Texas crops and II worthy alienlion.
Alvarez & Liddon are gelling pat elegant. supper was served, and purest affections.- May .thtoy''eut upi. .*;>.< .: Suppose five or ten thuus..nd.tCI't'a -
announcemset a can their mock of dry goods and clothingat we are requested to state, the choir nightingales' tongues nerved up by moonlight -, I* ". were planted here and realifc-d twenty-fir

AKI $ didale for City Jlarshal and solicit the I cost. were too full to practice for next to the mingled mnaic of many ten'' .v'. v. .: : dollars per acre, would it not add vastly '
Slarke the
of at
of the voters city .
: support Sunday. We wish Mr. Knight dernesses and gentle whisperings of their : ; to our malaria! wcnllht Then let us try
I t-ction. : in many band do with
e Every available building Starkeis t : uur and see what we can
, W. H. HOLUKOSWOKTH. happy returns. wedded love and sweetest counsel. And : .
., abort cotton. A. colored man near parr. _
rented and either full of cotton
. ij., POWDER or .mal increasing cupids kind seraphs and ; ., ..' and
well will-
'.' Mr. J. u doing quite this notion
lilt respectfullv announce myself as ftcandiiluif orangeK. Seidle, the banker, < '.. : \,
fur Tviwn Marshal and ask Hi. writes that he started the 25th abiding angels ever attend ,the happy :, -, Nali&e considerable money uu short CU 'I "'

4 ., Absolutely Puro.r suffrage of the voters of the city at the Col. W. T. Weeks has a new girl (last Monday)' with his on household couple to guide and kXep them in the .' ';'t.. to.. toa.-oc.la Banner. "

nrld A.manpJ)of purity !. coming cily election. If I am elected 1 habv at his house. Congratulations. bright sup beam of teGdtt.Jft sweetest : < CHODP.M .
powder never goods for Starke and that he and \4
nil ecoo"nlcalI. assistants out of my salary .
More \ "
I....44 t&ptrsDgth..he orinary a w oeomen.a."Iolla aod c& not bt'NM nI and ,play:efee my lit haul! out of town free all the are in order. his family will be here next Svn a)'. peace and highest prosperity,. even ';J.<. $.- ':- rt ."-.. <>W TO OOJL&B AOAINST TUB DrawL

.', .petltlon with the multitude of wJl'r"Sold low ust. rubliWi Rccumululed in town and HgUtnnd There is more business done in They_will occupy the Martin Louse; beyond the eod.of;'this mortal life is our :..." '\. t'rnupi III the terror of youug mother
I ; a$wel&'ht,Alum Qr lpbate .1Ie1.Ii in order.H. wish for the A..d ar. especially during the early winter
B.u1)g PoWD&Co. ktep Ihe street lamps Starke in his wife. )_
than in the
);. .sly III CAllI one many a next: to Kentucky hotel Mr. 4q > muuUia. aa it la then UaOiLIJreV alt'ot. To
AVm '
wa suet.Sew York. ___ town of twice its size in a month. Seidle will bring among other thingstwo Now the fact IMS Dt-io light ,i''- 'jiI'' ,-'J, S S',,'t poet tfcein concerning the caune. Hint

M. D. I myself as a candidate for handsome horses. That- Mollie u mo loefer KluPi- .r"ii'-' : ;: ', _. symptoms, treatment and how to preVent -
Powell announce cairiage : y. '. .os': i
11.j Tate Our merchants all closed For AMIeadstiMBinse ..
: I I re-election to the office of Town Marshal yesterday KAlair i. f.- I .. It. Is the object of thiM article.
morning from 10 to 12 Mr. and Mrs. John D. KaicktH_ wasH ''il: : :' .d ., TIM origin ofcrvup fo a common cM
AND SURGEON, soil solicit the support of the citizens at \ a. m., to Couper and ( :
1,1 PHYSICIAN 'Aad. 11 IL... _. 4 children tuat are subject t'. it take cut.l
attend service .
the cOILing town election. Respectfully. at the M. K. church. Mrs. C. U. Williams of Norfolk, '. <.: ; ,": : T. eaaily a td croup. viinont sure U

::2..":'." STARKE. FLORIDA. E. D. WALL. Mrs. M. L Johns entertained the Va., have returned to their Florida ." .- : a&IoI'JI11U.. J:._. .'- :t I -*", .t'4.*? ..00"' foHiaw. Th*.Beat symptom of croup Uhss
-- "J1,: < .., It la jerauar hoarseness.
home. fr' Q 'f : a
-- They being much .wLIh.;
--- Clerk.The report
Br.I For City Progressive Euchre last Fri very .
party to easily recognized at>4-a ;.&nlI
; HJ
: ALVAREZ Editor 'Vt' way
3. pleased to back to Starke and :. : ? i
: friends of Walter Wills respectfully day night in elegant style. Therewas get -- '- : '. : -. tly .. (Iauiii'a.Isyoitwo -
EVERYTHING I jiunounce him as a candidate for City a large company present. very much pleased to think that made a Tlsi.n t.- ne,_. -.1i.' -,' : IOD.1 : :; : % o* tore the attack the child t""NJ&zi"I.r.,, ,
:!: DEALER IN C'liTk( mid ask a united support of the they had purchased property here. will give Ie. ;jio'- '- h are ,. ..- -:. 7.3' j, and gradually shows 8yni:.nn* r.f hav-
at the coming election. Messrs. Alvarez & Liddon are a J: c np vo', lug taken c-ld, nml thh i ill wher iliutetake
\()l(1S arranging They reside on Laura street in the moving a f-1 L" -. J' 1
AND- tflbe people : '. J is usu&Uy **':', lbs mch.irtMaktng
I their store so as to accommodate house them of all up t .: ,": ; 1y
For City Tax A es or. purchased by Judge 'ta ,_ 'Iiviol ..'". the child ta..Ju'lt takennWL'
their new business. They Keith two colton-a fiery busy as u. : ." id: gives it no especial attention until awakened
BUYER. fur re-clec- some years ago. _: -
: ; COTTON I hereby announce myself :::: 'Aiv.vlv.. ,,:. lu
: the
night bv violent
tnd. tion tn the 011I' of Town Assessor and expect to open a bar on the 1st. potatoes, diewell picaing. .'ww' :. -, couah-
I Mr. Walter Wills, the enterprising c. ;eome are .t'.",_ lag otthe bild. find the rhilil Lou the
I elicit the suffrage or tue yotell at inc Cotton is hauled making prellerS gri al and remember it Iiad cold '.
OR uoois.VAN'1'ED4t to market croup n or
BOARD satisfied
D candy man not with his
." 7.- coming election. Resp., T. W. SWEAT. from Putnam Alachua I rOad will lI lparatlon"O% W_ -it f been hoarse for a day or two. Thtlm .
few Boarders on Columbia 'cramped at the wharf has :e '
quarters )4' ,.11. to act in WHO tbe i-ltild first bei-onio S
f: reasonable terms, or will let Rooms Sewing machines cleaned and re.paired. Baker and clay counties. Starke is leased the o'd pojj,office building rails at thion be complete, PI1i 'Mi ,.,"-._ .-'-,. hears or shows symptom of. .h.tviu -. ".'
J. U. Davis the beet market in the Nt1jnL A t taken cold if CLamber'ain'g .
# either furmVtiWi or anfurnwhvd. Apply;to at cotton state. and is fitting it ng'the very best across ,J'iid ; CoughRemedy
; eI fnm that tlue.on
address store of R M. Alvarez. "Peter of style. H. is l life r&a new floor an aUr ..-.; T all ia&eety given .. .
CAll on or Lawtey" made our / 1'r : tendency U>croup will disappear _

MRS. F. B. JONES, Arrived office a pleasant call Jast Monday. : papering the witr J&t',will occupy Brough'Off "t ... ..:.. -. 1 a sad ad danger bejarolded. For sale by
STARKE, Ft.. another car load of the popular As usual, he brought the printers' it as a wholesale anitviujil establish. with mepleased n.a' ... .. : I .' l ftlVEBSdt. JOINKR.xtract .

": 'EET HOME FJ.OUR.b ment. The rear will 'oe with ib" :... .,. :
I some goodies to remember him by. occupied bya ", : Iroaa a j.ti.rtr.iRaaleO.
For Sale. Tliis tioui hus given pel feet satisfaction candv manufacturer, thus giving the farm 'of ;.2 ." .."to.:.':.'.1" :: .M'p.. tJ\ fp Dayton. Ohio. Nor..18.'1839. _.

1ear StarVc, and the sales of it have exceeded Sparkman & Johns are renovating us fresh candy every day, hot from bought. Jlr.B. : ;:! .T.:_ t.e : h' I Editor TELEOftAl'nfe' arc

Two-a.ere Orange Grove, our greatest expectations. Try their store preparatory to putting in the maker. building before bejeft.a&W1lLopsaa. ",- 't' 'Ii'Y.'h.."t:..;. ,_,: I having a f re-t deal )f wet weather ia this
a new and improved bar. '" "" e. o llt a<,Ci'U ait r rL We had a Mg
They -
PEACH THEl S. GOODKTaiWBEKIlY barrel. & Richard. I n1is lJbisrftt
there : )
HCAS3 and a Heiberger store a? x> : T. :
Mr. J. M. Murrhee f3ae and nfeaking '{a .Dayton. lust
living the .
to run near : .
a "hightoned" esta y -, .1'1
; LAND. A fine stuck of candies and crackers propose This to 6wlwijrjrtthe( : rtow r a
llil! blishment.In Sinkhole, about 12 miles from town, seems- proper ''r. \. a .:.1'OCtA& ; .I qngbt aver the election; of Governor Camp-'
Inquire of U. DV3IINEK.OclllSm at WallerViIIg down his hard luck in place for a. station,K &iscerUiafythe '' .s'Ii 116/' .belL tee democratic nominee. There wi a

STARKE. Fi.oniDA. The celebrated Capitol and Ken another column will be found a is on too to sell. Threo raising of right man to get'Tj" lBJ. o? .the move : ffror :ti ;- ,about LOOt) people aud tug fireworks. We
potatoes dig -
I \ have had Florida oranges here in Daytonfor
ACHING tucky Jewel stOare sold exclusively card from Mr. C. L. Peek about these "roots," belonging to the Pro in that directioo. .t /':: it( two weeks already but (they do not

I I 1J)' Truhy:!: Sternburg & Co. lands that he has for pale. Do not vidence persuasion, we weighed; I learn that>'a big btuiness in truck :r: : j look well being rather pale quite unlike
II. ailed and pn-- .
_ ..ryedwlth. \Ve positively assert that we have forget to read it before you throw they kicked the beam, at lot Ibs., and farming will be done there if ,the people roSs.forii the fruit growing around Slarkc. When
- 4.urw stock of than your paper away. the have a fair prospect of transportation in 1 they come from there they are of good
ttun of nenres.Abo a larger goods any biggest weighed 5} Ibs. alone. ire. averaging 123 to the box. They arc'

s ed U'o business houses m the county. Cane grinding time having arrived Mr. Murrhee is going to grind carje time to warrant planting. I did not ban retailing' 40( to SO cents per doren. We

Teethsucc.istutll Truhy, Steinburg & Co. our country cousins are next week and invites his friends to the pleasure of meeting the"Thomas ville :.1'o.i' I are a \I'd day here to-duy and had sleet.

treite&PIVOT 30 City Lots for sale cheap all busy making the juice into syrup come and drink juice. Club on this trip;; but I learned that it ia !corn**tsJxht.35 cents Apples bushel.we $ .oats OO per 25 barrel ceDU.

TEETH adjusted in an artistic Centrally located. Apply to N. J. and sugar, and the land is overflowing Those animated hat-rackg, called still vigorous operation nd growingmore cabbage 5 cents per per Lend wheat 60 to '75

. aud aervicenble! tniuiiier. JuiifK, Starke,_Fla. with sweetness. : cows by courtesy, are an unmitigated popular IbiD ever. I hope to repoit This 'Ace u an atcaratt nip of cents per lushe' flour $-1.00 to $4 00 per
of this 6Iub on next visit. I bushel. Your
I We have now a supply of Ber- Miss Sophia McCormick was nuisance in our toN They steal the a meeting my he straight broad respectfully.
unfortunate l level'and .
WM. M. DECEIT understand'that this place will iu the near smooth JoaN.J. BACH.He
muda onion seed. We
enough to l lose her watch provender from farmers' horses, and
DENTIST :SPRUCE' ST., STARKE. these seed direct from the Bermuda last Sunday: and on Monday she wan even the letter files in the counting future be'called Bmughtoo in place of road to protptriiv and wealth, with hawed fcls Good Sense. .

All the most approved styles of PLATE islands. Full. supply of liuisl's; garden iicky enough to have it returned to room are in danger. It make one Thnmnsville. Will write furtber developments their attendant handmaids Ifappi- Our traveling men as a rule are men of

WOBK. Including "PritK I'AIIA OHM." seeds on hand. These seeds are her all safe and sound. sad to set otherwise benevolent- of the place from time to time. lively disposition. They make a good

Broken and (rvked l I'I.ATKS men-led fresh grown this year.ticiberger. I chase _ _W.T.D. ness and Lonz Life. Tie pte by Impression on the public by their engag
and smooth when rirsi made looking gentlemen the cows ing but when the true
troug as I Thin fall the strawberry manners gentleman
&Richard. growers with ax-helves until they look like c5uwwysid. 5fltt.. .. which it is reached is snU kind nod sympathetic impulse* and
on. I Teeth Extracted without Pain or New 'laisms can surely not complain of inclemency Everybody is busy.digging potatoes and
, currants, prunes. citron -. demons, and the profanity uttered that feeling of teadcrnesii known oulyto
Danger and mince meat atTruby of the weather. Almost every on such occasions can he grinding cane.Bnnnyside N.J., JONES men of the highest .order.is.to be ihowri
I Terms CASH. day has been calm and and the "dnimmer" is not bcblndhfe fell" .,.
.: sunny, is boom.
Sternburg & Co. atoned for sacred on a DRY GOODS
by whistling EMPORIUM.Call
showers just heavy enough to do tunp Capt. C. F, Hoke. one of the most widely
ORANGE COLLEGEIs We have on hand the best assortment good come when needed. afterwards.A The new school house ,was -completedlast at this store known traveling men li the south writes: -.
inspect .
of furniture in town at the Thursday. Onrsupcrvisor drore the buy "t got from you a bottle of Westmore .
located at CARD.The
I 6TARKE. FLORIDA :lowest prices. Give us a call before Arnold Brimer, an aged colored ladies of the last nml. Mr. Batten deserves credit for b happy._ _.sIt land's Calisnya Tunic for my little daugh.r. }'
church desire
Baptist hereby to'ex- i' 0. u\ who had been prostrated with lever
farmer about miles such
living two
I ndBnt purcha west a good job. atTi.i:1n

I .rIDi l1me montbi'_WIL._ :ion on Sept 2d. 1889. ?JVubv, Sternburcr & Co. of_' Starke U., who...has. been. ill .for. sometime __ generously Dress their thanks or to loaned those 'who fiivegettb1es ; so The next question! w to paint the church. ad She fed WM alA very used weak more and than bad half PH appetite.the IlOt- _

A ICIE 'FIC. MtTSIR\. MATHEMATICAL We have accepted the for died on weanesaay nignt. He gave flowers for We hope_all: will help in this matter.. ,Wbu t.: llect olonvers.. tie before the hud an excellent *adprti! f'. .-'.
AND. PRACTICAL COURSE OF agency or decoration -1 '
/ ISSTBLXT1ON.Tumoji Williams & Clark's high grade fer was a hard-working, upright man, the will be the first to band in the money. "' ;;,.'- .". and regaiaedrhcr fitnecgth with astonish- .
purposes at Home itellera it to be excel- "
*:& MosTHi-Primary $1 53. Interme4ii tilizers. These respected by all who knew him. We are informed that there is a set of : :.tE'-.J sqgrapidily.* an ; ; I
I ,$100. HUber.$3tX InstrumenUl Music, good are not an experiment Wednesday evening; to the editor of "or cz'I' 1erft 10uic. Tbi great Tonic* sold by .
13.*. UM of Instrument $1.00. but are used extensively at Dr. Dellart, dentist, }had moved : the TKUCGXAPH for kind mention in furniture bought. and quilting going on. Rivers 3 S _

Of lira Koathf to County TB.CH TERM Pupils. Begins Oct. Mandarin, the pioneer strawberry his office to the building lately occupied -. these columns; to Mr. L. B. Powell and a young man hunting the Judge. We loiGer.f.1STED -'

it.ion. faction of the state. Justice Adams. The already sniff the odors of the wedding
Strawberry by Dr. for i
K Good Board at$3 00 per'' timely and to all others -
-U The Principal will take as nay for Fchnol ex- growers will rind it advantageous to had to move to make room for Mr. who in any way ponded to the cake.Our I I' *,_ COON SKINS, nbt cut open,

VM very low Firm raM Produce tor all
liU riCDtTr.UiKt:>-er O.Department.P. Yocxo,Principal Alias ELLEN 1 and tencher DAVIS Latest style hats at Martin house. the Talbird Society, the under but oar superintendent hann'l paid us Jab WITKOVSKl'S.

UaekTia tbelnUrmediate 'f&rtal.nt. Mrs. Truby. Sternburg & Co. signed would also extend her thank visit yet. Hope he will toon.
and i
Mr. Mrs. Geo. V.
d. 0. I. TUABBAII,teacher in the Primary Depart- Adams of
)r. f .eat and la Music All teachers are GrthiIWat Apples, cabbage, Irish potatoes Norfolk' Va., have: arrived in Starketo to the ladies who gave such faithful _4. 18. 13. FOR THE YOUNGER YOUNG FOLKS

and onions, boneles ham, mackerel spend the winter and possibly! to and efficient service, and hy their Look oat for BBrxJanl BABVLAND.

ATTENTION'"I cod f fish, dried apples, go'dmedalsyrup locate among us. Mr. Adams is a I, hearty co-operation brought about Burglars entered Mrs. E. Strong" residence TVs w tire one mcgazine In the world

I Strawberry Growers. at Heiberger & Richard's. br tht'r to the late J. W. Adams of whatever success was achieved. Wednesday night and took valuables that brings happy hours for baby andrsstfut

Our stock of is tbs C&IOLYN VASSAR DUART.tukstvIss to the amount o* about $75. including a hours for mama in thcnurtery-
groceries place.
For 1880 there will be twelve armiiic
,1 The Celebrated1rlILCOX'&OlBBS complete. Truby, St irnbarg & Co. Mr. D. J. Bird is the boss ....... valuable gold cane blonging to Mr. Strong I: Stories by Marpret Jobasmi. withdefighwInl
which to him officers of
wes presented by
huckwkeat; Graham and The ladies of the Presbyterian church pictures. -
flour rye kin raiser. The town must give him In Oil city fud supply co. .I Pa., this .Twelve stories of a baby and .'
at Try, Slcrnburg & Co. had that beautiful edifice nicely decorau d .
credit for
; most of the pumpkin with his Ms "fesjipeTrfiigs: WONDER DATS OFB&.TPT
Truck Farmers Special Guano ; Georgia rust-proof Head oats at irougbt to market this year. The l last Sunday it being Thanksgiving Sunday cat Via engraved another tame and IL. BUN. by Emeie! Paulsson.

s. Truby, Stern burg & Co.Orange TELEGRAPH also must with the products of the bod. There presentation mottoes gold cane Dainty stones poems Jingles, pictures.Lr5CtyVe. .
U tbtl Duty find i acknowledge wasmarked Katherene catered .:
gonulno reliable mammoth Strong heavy paper-on Ir.50. cents a
STRAWBERRY FEETILIZKR grower can get their sup the gift of a very fine one, preseuted Mere pumpkins sweet potatoes Its,. ThocMM Mom and stole what little ; year fcvdlam begiiw.whh Iftnoaiy.
plies of crates, etc. at by Mr. Byrd. sugar cane cotton. sheaves of rice cassava
n the wllrket.Ord.,1iIl.ed. wraps, change he had ia his clothes, his gold 01' : Oar Little Men and Women.

direct from the Factory, Truhy, Stornburg &; Co. Mr J.V.. Adams and family turnips acd radishes, persimmons, watch key windtr stemVew. and other it This i in the magazine for little folks
.r growers -.pplled by For trunks, watchels and valises oranges other fruits tod vegetables*. I, beginning to read for themsclres. Seventy-
-. have taken one of N. J. Jones cottages valuables. He also entered the residenceof '. :
TRUBY. to Truly The whole wu beautifully decorated with :11.: full-page pictures and hitfidredimnaalltir
: Jt 00., Sternhnrg Co.
on where Mr. L. D. TV all and about 3 in
oTARKE YI, street theyare I flowers got | in 18UQ will lie the
ce at ma'\11I! 'lurc-fs For which gave i U the appearance of a it ones given
n pric. frHljthli aalJd, haiidsome shoes at half price: now living thus being more combination of all good things. Rev. Dr. m I"Y. A. attempt was made lo enter >i.t STRANflE ADVENTURES O*" MO?.
The WILCOX A JIBHS O"*no On.' go to Truby, Sternburg & Co. een.traJy) located and in easy reachof i Mrs. Patetsnn's house but the thieves L' SKI AU011EU JilibTHEU HANS; a
rnvf 13 Hay Street ss\ulIIah.: Ga. Onion sets atTrllhy city convenieDle Matties delivered oae of his usual good : charming serial t by L. T. Monle. Twelve
frightened Tnesday night
sermons, which was listened to by a large away. pa acts by Mrs. Kair ic A. Donne about ,'r-.j
RIVERS & JOINERDEALERS Sternburg & Co. Mr. O. C. Knox, the Highland congregation. .. they entered Mr. John Croft's house at the National and Royal Fluwere. The : :-* <

The finest cream cheese in town nursery man, paid our sanctum one Lake Butler and robbed Senator Crosby. d: adventures of TROTFINO. deiigblful *

/- JNSlLoes -, .15 kppi by Walter Wills. of his periodical pleasant visit on LADIES, : who was stopping there for the night of : f nauzhty little rabli' l h y Emplie Poulsso.i.
1 Smoked halibut He Th finest etock of Millinery Goods his pocket change. Then at Capt. York'sthey : sur '
I, at rionday. reports great progress i : picg things seen by a traveling dog aid _
Hats Truby, Sternburg & Co. for Highland, and he has more orders ever shown in East Florida, at : entered ala 10.', loom aid took bit 1 4 rt1.Six True Stories of llirds. with full- -;

Truck farmers will]! find Black for trees than he can fill. WITKOVSKl'S.NOTICE. I. money that was laid away ia a trunk: i' page pictures. Every number wiH have
C1obiT1g Eyed Marrowfat, Landrtth's Extra then at Mrs. Trevatt's they got some 7 poems "pieces to speak j1! *-alories..
-andGents' -- The post office wan moved last dollars. A close watib must be kept now I;; history and various helps and amuemeals. -
Earh'leLuu.s Little Gem' and Friday night into the new building AU rho have made debts at the for such gentlemen and a load of shot $1.00ir. New volamebegiw "

r Furnishing Goods. Champion ot England Peas at'I'ritliv It is nicely fitted up and very con Drug store of J. L. 6a kins to me would be a fine thing for their conatltution. lr with January. J

Sternburg & Co. venient. Mr. Hull, the postmaster will pl as. come and make settle. _ _ ', ,'. 'CHJE PANSY .
DRY GOODS NOTIONS. We have jUltt received a handsome has it now so arranged that there is menu by cash or note as I have I I S.., Lasay. An mU-tJ lllmoDtblr. devoted to young

line of plushes in all colors. no crowding, as there used to be. .. some obligations to meet and it I We always have claimed that our j: folks. Fur-tjundaf and week-dny reatijnr. .
JeaWIla X. AMen and O. U.
1. the lining just rect'ved a lurgi; stork of Truby, Sternburg fc Co. taken money to do it. I beloved Starke was an enlightened .r I', A14eieltree. (Pansy) .
wHls Brothers'
Morgan is I .
four wants." weareprep.iri Give us a call ti und> SUPply in-- In gerts1 hats we havTa large assort now completed and occupied new store, the Very respectfully I city, and now we can prove it, for t tt A aiew serial by PRn'y. entitled. .'M1SJEdUNSMOREBRVAt ,
Jxo. C. WILLS. thanks to our city council .
apet Pansy's
our OOjI before buying e':*htre. raei.1 at reasonable prices. front themselves generous ,
by as a stationery : 3uUten Text Stories *ilj t:1oYe for their
number cf have been
a RIVERS & Truby, Sternhmg & Co. nov8. _ a lamps erected ,
JOINER, tore, the hack by the post office and different ia Mlc. "HELEN THE IJJST RlaL"-"
9rs a-- STARKE FLA.PROJIPTDRETURNS. The celebrated Dniizestjcand New Dr. Powell's office. The whole is I BARGAINS at points town. The IIr Margaret Sidney riH l b?vea_ serial story.

Home sewing machines sold for very neat and tasteful, nicely ar- I At Witkovftki's this week : wicked Lake Butler man thinks that "AUNT HEpfif A." A' story for boys
cash the lamps were put op to guide late \ and girls. Mrs. C. U. Livingston will :
'I J or on monthly installments ai ranged and a credit to the city. i 38-inch black Fronch Cashmere. regular .- frequenters of the coming saloonsto .. contiay* 4ha! popultr] Baby's Corner. ....

tj y Truhy, Sternhurg & Co. The orange crop in this county is I price 50 cents, at $ 35 their respective homes. Tea, no 't&: Oswald y.. f- will have a.series of

S y, just Another received large at'I'ruby muoice of clothing nearly all sold, a great deal of it being ,40-inch worth black 75c at French Cashmere 50 doubt she lamps viU be aa Wihlo'thewisps -- i IIi; ppers.ttfJ1eu mend of Ibe P AnY'I.was and a 'Hoy.'W bcD" by I a was new-a "

A' 0 c" contracted for on the tree. The to these wanaaiUrs but .Girl." by Paasy herself, are Jell in personsj -
"J A" \ Sternburg & Co. ruling price has been from ?5c to 40-inch black French Cashmere they will also art as guiding tarn to ::1 JotaLBJ censes and brim full of real '

v.. Q ) .'Vc'- Boneless ham at '11 per box. Those who have not worth 1.00, at 70 staid church-goers. To "walk in it- I .) iDgs. The "Queer Stories," and .

S .\<'V"_ 'T ,":N clJ., Truby, Sternhurg & Co. yet sold and will hold their fruit a 42-inch imported Henrietta beauty as the night" will henceforth "i .7 1 imeuLa hWWe will Band be Readings continued' a'nd The other J. S.deparl-C. El

.I v .1".$,: F.s 4'- A few pairs of those fine hand- little Jonger.will be the ones to make China worth.1.5fl, at D 1 oo be an agreeable pastime for our citizens ;fJvmor Society of Christian Endeavor"' .

f Q .. sewed gent's shoes still left at money. fancy Matting, w'h 30c, 24 since cows, razorbacks and M designed tort younger class than those,
( .. o, '[ French Kid Gloves, in dressed already connected wi.. "The ChnitinnEodeavor
t ruby, Sternborg & Co. mnd-puddir no longor can trip them .
4 1\1 lr. F. Hess
4 'I!. A < wife and three and undressed worth $1.50, 1 00 aocietTUe DeW volume begins
.v ,". '; C c .yO arrived Chicago. Gent's Buckskin Gloves worth with the :-vomocr number $1.00
:.. .,."' e"V'9 Q v + 9 I Gibiy Truck Farmers' Special just tlr. Hess is the owner of considerable '1.25, at 75 chronic grumbler says the lamps are year. r

:4.c.. b.( received by Truby, Sternburg &; Co. property about 3 miles south of Gent's Satin Scarf $1 too high to light a pipe by; yet he ijpadjnens Of the lour Loth n>p iJagatlaea. -,
:. f .Oc'T I CROCKERY: Sandersville. regular can see to rut his tobacco, and must t J5 cents;of tuiy one, 5 cenl,. ,,-. Q
; town, near He will *
? goods, at 50
: I We have hold his peace. Well, here's to the P, lotbro? Company, lloston. c> _
locate and 4
.\C' .:.t'< .,If decorated dinner, tea a larg' dwelling on Smyrna Rugs, worth '8.00, at 6 50 council As their shines J .
: and city : light
i" .1.+' .v I" toiletsets at very low prices. one of his places at cnce, whereby Smyrna Rngs, worth '6,00, at 4 50 For all men, so let all men make it 1'J. Fa'"1'U -.,
tp' .. .4.fi' Truby, Sternburg & Co. Starke gains another valuable cit- Smyrna Rug, worth $4.00, at 2 75 .
1 ."oJc I Currants light for them! Fur our part we JIj wuW MODERN GLADIATOR ,
't citron raisins Izen. Another new lot ladies' and misses ,

<; nuts, etc., shall keep their gift before our .
".. : ,& "l 'I i at Walter Wills. Mrs. David of Hats dressed and undressed at eyesif 't or .
'V George, Lawtey, we again should feel inclined to .
I A KUtnry of the erpl"Jt and trlmnptij.ili !
I Ladies, go to Walter Wills laughter of the late J. A. J. Mc. 75 cents on the dollar. 1 .
dried to get resume the old theme- 1'I 4 : world* grc- tr-vt 1111[((.

' fruits for your Xinas cakes. Kinney, died Wednesday night. LADIES, "The corporal's worse than the private, J
WANTEb-ooo M had been witha The Mrgeaat U worse than the corporal. JOHN 1. SULLIVAN
live n. George suffering ,.
quails Lock at Witkovuki'H Millinery for Lieutenant ia wone taaa&h serfMat. .. 1 .'.:
aud Walter Wills. cancer, which was removed during new Shapes and handsome Trim. The Captain wont of all." ,- With account of Jlutdoon's sylca.of'

New the day by Dr. Center, assisted by ming before buy elsewhere. City Ucltoff CoMM tL, physical training. -
HIGHEST MARKET ginghams at Dr. Gaskins, but owing to her weak yon The following citizens Siarkceoautitute ,I IS : WantedNow
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,41 Tor yntj PRICES Truby: Sternburg & Co. condition she was not able to 1'co'er. .- Many Persons a relief committee for the distnbution'of 'I Agents LOjJQ r
1ranKec fotra"'herrles and A beautiful wool-filled An fcnkM down from overwork or hoaahold any tundproilioDI.. clotbi r. To .eO tals boo*.to whom ws trill pira extra ,

5 ".,1 FAIRBt.Ks them to !1esrs. all shades at lOc alpaca in *r. Brown's Iron Bitters etc.. for the needy poor of the town. It Aif Ubera1termq.rata.Th.prk'e. It la.BONANZA ft i onlyll.SU for e9Bt 75Illas ;

i & P.\IU\En per yard at FOR SALE. Ntttttd&h tjtttm aids dlcwtfoa.raaoTM tz will receive and distribute all donations Kv rrbodr will buy It. Th8 QUICK agent U the
21 W55lflflgf Stret Truby Sternburg & Co. .et 1..aM ears.msiai4. Get thi geeuDRo contributed at any time. loelcTonotjiistjm*. Send aL once 30e for com.pletaoutflt :
New Yirk.8traberri Valuable --.- ,and leCure jour ekt le, of territory.
cj. on TATX POWELL. U. D.. Chairman. : .
S,e&eoD. D, OpeilL For miii Ir Irbe turnhhf'd WheD tll" holidays are coming. Look out good terms. ..s IRON BITTERS N. J. JCllU... S... and Tres.W. Addrew .'0;\

. .: "". n.114' rt.wnk'to W. UBoanTllO Ho3'_:.. for something new! Particulars in, THOS. E. BUGG. II Qii Isdlcwttaa.'BUlownei, Dyipepda.Malaria U. 1 ATLOR. 'jti : The Athletic Publishing: fo., ,
, r.oT22 nut ,??'. Truby ,KsrvoMaesi.sad Gsaml Debility. Pbrst. A. L. vox KIRK. If.IUO Flue Street, !
Sterabarg A Co. cov8-4t Starkt ". Iee4a4;It. All dssleri pail U. Ocauias 'r
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TAPESTRIES. -Many a man come up

"I bed a: pardneronct; u'q arf". not meant again to face this -' who has put a good many big Mild, Best L'

: : ,@r8aottnti( !; tT! tk1ra1)1Ia ) man as ever handled a pick. He had witnessed her poverty Art TfWeh In Oar Hsjrot If: "'. Many E*'. figures in front of zero before :he died. in crops.the word -

.e- hailed from Boston an1 'twus wardnes but she dared not ponenU
quite a exhibit Boston Gazette. .... V .
is'a intererting: I IMR.
Published change, ye'U 'low. He'never told;' "Polly, her ye got the very:: thai .
_. Every Friday. Gobelin:tapestries at tbt! :'Matrimony is th 'on4f thing ; ,
: .- an' I never ast-what: wus the prime >* "Yes pop." interesting. offers man a safe refuge-from...bimself. of Wales
'i ;A1U. 5'UiRIH cause 't druv him ter the Rockies.. ,"WJi rP" this year he allow his wifo to streets of ; : ,:
;' 'e; -:- -[" Thar's allus sumtbin'. She raised her dark-eyes' f the fine arts and textile fa if will only her capabilities.-Milwau-prop- men i the ; '. '
erly :
; TRUSTING. "', We warn't much alike. lIe wus both countenances with A'r BRO : '. -. (_ S have a gal-. kee Journal.It '
Gobelin tapestries doses of
m44 sober an' I liked 'Ol1Grizzly1
... She!. an belrets as a jedge. rum. ing."What building, 'pears like er mean man ken i' *
? BO they 1117. the main exhibition
fer want ter
an' 01'
I I A factory girl each day Steady'-tlJet.'s what ye livin' po' place I TH. |
and make er better on er lJ
tho boys called an' "No matter. J want it" especially to them, pre tomb .-1
4'Y' Eazn1Dgbreadthosc1t.saInews. us we wus lucky.
: ;f .. and admirers of den a good man ken. De weed will
"Fer himr' connoisseurs II .,,
"When we'd wo'd wreth.
: I She wear silks and Uces fine got a good pile attractive whar deco'n won't hardly sprout I > "
make then I'd saddle 1'hetain't othin' ter ye. art a varied and : grow r
: ; ," Cheaper prints and wools are mine an even divvy; J
!1 ; Twixt tu sharp 1* drawn the line. my.mare an' take the trail fer 'Frisco, "Yes: 'pop,' i; be. I Here are grand landscapes,. -Arkansaw' Traveler.- 1 I 'I

I 1p? She is fair as lilies be but he'd stay bore 'long o1 Polly. keep it till his-own fboy' scones, portraits and studies -This is a world of vicissitudes. Today Is ) ,

I I I. a nut-brown maid-ah, me I "He 'tended the ol' woman when she kbiState& I promised and -bird life, in such a man is pressing his suit for 8 arising be'e

: 4 Very different are we. petered out, an' done more ter comfort day! DoVt ast me ter g re as to constitute a veritable wife; to-morrow a tailor is pressing his vegetable ", --S

. : \ j ". IfYet be loves me far the best the young un 'an 1 could. 'Twus nobuddy else." museum. suit for his wedding! and the next daya lungs enter : t

..3st. \ -iw' That 1 long ago had guessed 'bout the same 's her hevinMwo dad "Young un' what'wus noteworthy piece is lawyer is pressing his suit for a di condition of .'
iL .5 .:i t : ja Ere' his lips and mine had pressed. dies. ,, '"_ name?; He larnt it to ye 80. : tiers. Science and Art in An- vorce.-Dans yule Breeze. malaria. and '-
a ;;: But she lures him with her gold- "I'd allus stow some oVibedust" \VharPolly'l1 spell it but like-alflcholard. The herons and storks, too, '-Men rarely if ever do great deod severe cases of ?!;
1. VAthberhairofIawnymobjI There is deliberately set out to dc N.B. I you
lifelike. a when they !
I,.. And her eyci-a siren bold. find arler"Pmran1. then 'Won't see no call r do not be
t : I'd help the bbja, terV r.1. "H opd time. "Say it, I toll jeT*)) n9t softness and delicacy about them. Tho deeds that become memo-
: J : 1 would be ashamed to look '* !? which born of a '
1- work rable those are
: \- in tapestry are
Whenever six agin ,
: At myself in meadow brook. I1 -cDmeOVervrter! :: me : "
. It I flung him pride forsook weeks er ,: rfyTx '*i:wgg.: repntd '01'Steady' The impatient.words-S .! \ 'picture in oil colors lacks; self-forgetful doing of the. present duty.

I., r Such a bold, stare gtfd abmilript't: tie\nd IvButonct to thereluctantgirlbut} ":<< picture we' say, for all these -Christian Intelligencer. Bold by all ;
, ;. w As she gave him, standing there ..I see iL}fre to lute '* f w the. '-:I. eager gaze was-onthe"tr; representations are copies of -There is a burden of care in get- by C I. '

, :, With the sunlight on'her hair. his last p&n&rch\ We'tz-' p they arm With slow?:dlsUD 'f s'by celebrated artists. ting riches; fear in keeping them; IOO '5)

-./: :r .P::;....... .. Whenlmetblmlntbetown' "Dunno' okenteerd:: him *f' are mOIJ,litrtjf a ..traitoir::Wasid: ct'-l' : flesh tints, the summer and temptation in using them; guilt in ; :

; I :- .:;.., lie with mlle and the with frown he wus, he4 JipM;: but he tojcon-. gun b1unced tbd -...:.,,.- foliage the flowers the abusing them; sorrow in losing-thorn; ;.
I 7 fir Straight my eyelila falleth down. arm ora: )' If. '\. all. remarka- account at last to be t :
a' and burden of
.- .., quitdigginTa- ? re he hunten .t>ntlrat.clao -W. shadows. are a
' t- swr 1 one 'f. :
: For I read a language sweet show <.t"'cP to nature,' and as we gaze, the given concerning them.-M. Henry.
! ;: ; tools for good b't.fe me whaj stcai' 'tJe'tr ,, ,. ; up .
.r. "i7\..:., In his eyes a love complete stowed his pile. : whose .r. d grows that this can be really: -The greatest obstacle of being heroic I $
: She could tramp me"Death her teek u -3 truth -t,
'- :- '"Twas all fer 'his iboy,' 't wus ter a drearnod ) : a hand-loom woven from Is the doubt whether one may not :& '
t. : But I care not for her gold "" woof. je going to one's self a fool; the
college out an' I wus tor hand it and prove !
2' i -' ) :-- .*.Nor Nor her her laces beauty rare fair and and old cold. over on demand. *"'. ,*'. '"addy.disapp a '.. '. .h& I I : to the Gobelin factory, near truest heroism is to resist the doubt; : ;

:,- ,J Ho writ a letter-I ;>.aiat! never I want .. ", 'r157D- des Plantes in Paris, fol and the profoundest wisdom to know .

.y..# it *.That ForTre I know.loves me As far for the the best rest<< lamed ter rend no more has Pollyter "Yender'sHim ter tell'Ate-flOb '"1c1jbnt, ....- naturally an examination of when it ought to be resisted, and when t ) .

I' lIe will stand the crucial test. tell about lusself an' what ho wanted of tapestries at the exposi to be observed.Hawthorne. | .
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... -Mem Lin ton,.in Chicago. Inter-Odean. done; but blest of he didn't drap off To :. -Moral courage is moro worth having .' 4.f.
. . .- suddent one night an' never no chance plctur 4b.1 ,1: ... _, establishment was brought to than physical; not only because i '. .
j i 4 i 'OLD STEADY'S" GAME. tor toll nothinV ]1.;? cb m .. ... ,: in the Fifteenth Century. is a higher virtue, but because the demand *. '. -"i
"" o\: ;" ti'
'- p4-. .r..- "Some o' tho boys helped bury him, for. '" -, ...... b'forts bought LouisjXIV.. in 16(. for it i more constant. Physical .i._

.' Jo b, The Trust Imposed Ip "Old Griz- an' we fixed him corotor'ble ai2,soJi/VJ: f.or th-e. ...' 1 of the namean. -Gobe- courage is a virtue which is almost I ", S

:'f '- '. .:.. zly" Faithfully Kept. with a stun ter his head nn' his-foet. Q'J :" JIt(: ._ died In1476L discovered: always put away in the lumber room. S.AMS .'1 I- -

S.. Warn't> ory W. .us much for praY n', so. Th L kind of scgLT./ and ex Mora courage is wanted day by day. :'j.. ",_
,: : ;w- ." mf.. bis estab- -U-. ;! __ _____
wii '
the fie she. kneeled down thar kureuL of so much r 4. 5
kt, "-' "Set thar,, stranger. Mebbo you'lllight an' salucturic3w7'aiiM yofng/ ; lamed her Uis-. keosne..). !'c.c. that it wH named by the .Don't W.st Your Time doubtful T .'t.
. ,: S ; : ? No Humph! Lifo'd be toot ; and money experimenting with .
% .. -rb'Vff. WsiiishevL'Th. : watching,overajSaJjrj: !1v J La Follfl.....Gobelin.. remedies when Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical "
I J .j.S ornery flat without" my 'baccy, an' it's .. o,, pray:;'ffiil .<< arter that,;; a"unfth. .. tl; ..- W ".,', .., of tho pieces shown, at the Discovery is so positively certain in its *>* S
curative action warrant
S* : no gret, anyhow. as to
; tr : "That's as we take it; but this is ?a : an'4cOarn. ,bi1ure. w; ain't never, S *. *--t.T S ba1 Yl1al1y" .within-a few !; Gobolin personally wrought doing through druggists, under a duly executed -
; 1!: S lonely ]place. How did you happen to Q \lreddn-I j *i- 9"i\ttr.: certificate of that it will ing OC _
&.;. "I.tl: S" allu9'' whaid. LUtingthe 'r\mpt tho weaving, and they are
all it is recommended to do,
settle hore? :Ids Ie pr.i: accomplish or
I. : 01' to/w ; f' gold! An' how her;;:'hand ,so that Ja\:. at fabulous prices. money paid for it will bo promptly returned.It .
matter. I -
"None o' dcrned-no
c yer wus I ter'f.: fr him an' his'n upon his'featuresv:. & &, present tho Gob lin factory.. is cures torpid liver or biliousness, indigestion tbcty will
Only folk* 'round this canyon don't nsk: or all humors or blood
as he'd ben t5n ini9uPolly? even more critkal1jthai" ( state patronage and control, ex dysppsia skm _
'Taiu't considered cause arising,
t., : -. too many questions. "I: couldn't sif| aDd :'..-> none, an' one had done. '" and receives an annual sub- tint disease*, scrofulous affections, ltd

S good luck, not ter say healthy. moonlight nigF wuld ". outside an' She would have 'risked", nearly a quarter of a million (not excepting consumption, or lun -scrf. tore tho D
I "Beg 'Ion however, no offense lila), taken in given a 1eUop. :
: your pat "; walked all 'rou '"the.gaily. When I fend, or to deliver to its from the French Government i tme i

r. 5? was intended.. tor thet thai' o' her sacred'trusL Thousands of follow the use of Dr.Sage's :
: come heap stuns, as ant one hundred and fifty weavers cures Office.

.S "Don't say no morehako." :Polly, sartin as yc'rc a sinner thar BOt '01' "Sw'ar ter mo stranger; may with propriety be called Catarrh Remedy.. 5 cents.
the victuals. -
.' bring Steady' on a bo wider play in' cyards all boy'? Bo you John aro at present employed. The MART-"Mebby I'mugly now, mum, but !
S Polly obeyed. tho traveler watching by hissolf Barr?" .. done hand. The In me day I've broken a great many hearts." C
L ; her attentively. Sho was ono of tho entirely by Mistress-"'Weil, Mary, if you
"He'd ben a marstcr hand fee soly- The sorrowful regret l threads stretched handlr O
are per. the do best
way you my
: sIghts bo had como to see an Institution heats cha t
; ; tary when he ,wus'boyo, groun' an1 it confronting; her was too. in the loom, and the leve you." i
full of
of tnis West which was so
,, r 'poarcd ho hodn't lost none o' his grip further doubting. With a stands behind the'warp with S
REV. DR. Editor of tho Mid-Conti
Interest for him. Tall, lithe, graceful BELL
> down below. -I turned all kinder cold tense relief she held out in front of it. Each thread tlet, Ciy, Mo., says in Its issue of '

.g f: limpid-eyed, clear-skinned spirited an' streaked, an' then hotter' blazes; the letter. '. woof is put in separately and Oct. 1st, 1887: rf :
i S and Ignorant It is to be believed that Dr. Bhallenborg- 'ua"a
S but no livin' man'd over downed me.an' lIe took them both, into its place with long, slim er, of Rochester, Pa., has a sure remedy for I
;, S She felt his scanning her, and a Ls.
;: eyes
it I 'lowed no dead one houldn'L'Hello deference duo a Queen The colored filling or woof Fever and Ague. A gentleman in our em- *
flush rose under the tan of her check. suffered from Malaria, and ,
ploy greatly
-S. %!> '. ;S .
touched the brown
hollered. Ho fingers
pardl" never bobbins. also hand ,
upon by tried remedies when ,
no ; ,
S For the first time in her life sho was many purpose
let on.;but jest'kep' a-sortin' an' hundlin' lips. Twice that day were told that thirteen thou seeing this ANTIDOTE advertised, tried it, S
e : unpleasantly CQnscloOB' of her bare feet his cyards samo 's he'd allus done. filled with an colors and shades of was immediately relieved,and finally cured. m
-brown and shapely though they were This was two years since, and he has had -O
'f Somehow my legs felt heavy as lead. this time she hid them in made use of in weaving tho no return of his trouble. .| :*
i -and the her head
feeling a
,. gave ber. '
but I kep' on a-draggln' myself nearer, -
: .ll I higher poise.. It may have been that till all of suddent' ho wus The old .nan and his designs.of which uNEVEn before," says tho Paris correspondent : ;
gone tho
painting tapestry
t _...... .. that made her stumble and spill tho outside. Neither tho London Telegraph, "has '
i.* ;'S "I didn't JLarry long, nuthcr; but was bo a copy hangs behind the work been BO abundant and so well remunerated -
3 .If" contents of her earthen" bowl over the S
speech. There would be in tho city as during the exhibition -
S '" tumbled inter my,bunk, an' cussed myself Its dimensions are ac "
ft. guest's knees, as she passed him in the later-that hour was for season. I
fer blamed no"Nex' outlined in THIS
a /and pencil the SlU.
, ;', narrow space before tho deal table. It might havo been Tan man who is profitably employed i is U
night.ict tliatf 't I couldn'thelp Wi..h almost infinite
S ',:"" The flush deepened, and a quick tear : tho elder's hairy hand patience generally a happy man. If you are not I Zc [
1 ..: fa'rly drills;! ovout 0' the cabin the work of reproduction then happy it may be because you have not found
:; .4Tfro1 of anger sprang to tho dark eye; she touched the other's ; !
Sfc fVHff. agin, an' 'roun 'st aiiung up ter the ; and continues month after your proper work. We earnestly urge all I ;
Ic 1' ; faltered-half meaning to apologize point silently over the such persons to write to B. F. Johnson
.f' V* but an oath from her father checked same pile o' (foko'prcshar It sot agin, to the pile of rocks and oven year after year. A Co., 10 Main street, Va and I I
life h show .work in which
they :
big as ans ti0es weaver rarely produces more ( you you can
: .1{ the incipient courtesy, and turning, gulch. and I
profitably employed.'Ix
mn. :..;' I the left the cabin. A moment later "I started i6r; him-it-plumb The young man's square yard of tapestry in a b FLOYD ., ,
V 1 ( straight, but fust I knowcd, thar wus eyes what asked the teacher, "did wauI U '
/ j Barr caught a.; gleam of pink calico behind feet 's of gesture, then came the lght"regard tho Christians. at _

&. k \ S a pile of rocks. my a-laggin' agin they met the triumphant gaze i'r only aro employed as weavers. Rome And tbe smart bad boy thought it _ _
it, : t. I. Old Stinson also saw it. and sI hed. b'longcd ter somebuddy else. Thet from beneath old has descended from father to was a trch-lght C

L 'Don't wonder tain't fit. My time, though, I edged a lectio clussor, brow. it seemed to the writer that .,ta t j j
yo say
A Pleasing Sense -
.v an' spoke out good and gritty. that in the faces of these '
,: ': j. gal, thar, ain't no chance. She's "He ain't sot thar' Of health and strength renewed and of !' {
..-: smart as a full-blooded filly. She'd 'What's sent yo back 01' Steady foun' his pile. I cal'lated and in the singularly ease and comfort follows the use of Syrup IRON _

E"E"I, ortor ben sent East; but she won't Didn'tve do the plan tin' job nIlrejflarP' hisself he'd be on han' yet thoughtful movements of Figs effectually, a it acts cleanse in harmony the with natureto when JOhN }. o.
system 9-5AXE TH13
; leave her old dad. Rough as I be, Ho wavered, an' twisted, an meet hisboy' !" eyes, which betokened a do- costive or bious For sale in 50c and f LOT

,4' she sticks ter me. I orter be shot for sqirmcd 'roun' consid'ablo an' .then- With arms extended, and this hereditary French skill.- bottles by al druggists. : ,

& cussin' her. Wull, I ain't what 1 wuz ; ho warn't thar! as of childhood, Barr ran Companion. MRS. STAGGERS-"We- are to havo dear t { *f\;}

';_'S r I eejtin' here watchin' an' keepin' gyard "Thet blamed thing went on for group of bowlders. mother lor dinner, James." Staggers"All : _

..s makes me narvous." seven nights; mo a. itUn' madder an' her healthful slumber, ROUTED. right. See that she is thoroughly $'\
it a- ettin' sassier an' stayin' later till *'' _
.. The visitor's eyes asked the ques- that happy "Father!" and Attack Which Ended In Defeat c.
1 clus' I could a'most tech IP you arc tired taking the large,old-fash (
tion from which his lips refrained. got so it. her pillow. "Grizzly" for the Aggressive 1'arty. ioned griping pills,try Carter's Little Liver 412 ss1L3ti MAIN IEi ;

; : Tho simple dinner eaten, the remnants "The las one, I got a good look over felt a burden lifted from sit by the ocean, ho and she. Fills and take some comfort. A man can't _f_ ,, ar

.: were left to the flies, and the his-its-shoulder, nn' Most if ever' heart. The echoes of : a stylish, handsome, interesting stand everything. One pill a dose. Try them. Ely's

.. .: "r men's chairs tilted back against the one o'.them spook cyards warn't spadesaces caught it up and tossed it : girl, with all a Bar Har THESE is undesigned.humor in the'remark Is the bent -_

o' spades! I couldn' help larfin'. lIe is of a Berlin that _
S outside of tho house. Something in another in sweet succession energy. a rather correspondent "the Czar of
S Say, pardncr! whar 'dye git thot pack, Russia is rather bombastic CoM in '
the younger one's frank face and manner 'upon the night wind. Did young man, faultlessly -.- .
,. i be they from above er below1* and with all the in DON'T Wheeze ,-
had softened "Old Grizzly" to a the hungry heart in tho languid and cough when Hole's

: reminiscent mood and made him "Ho didn't take no notice jest kep' and quiet its unrest; ? Who of a New York aristocrat. I Honey Horehound and Tar will cure.

S -' strangely inclined to gratify an idle on a-shuflliu1 an' dealin' 'em'out on popular nhraseology of the Pie's Toothache Drops. Cure in one minute. Apply Balm .

.... I curiosity. thet bowlder, one artor another, aco "I dare not., John. Wo is playing him for all she is A'PLAfl-gold ring was lately found by a ELY BKOS..M
artcr ace. We begun these Washington (N, C.) man imbedded in a '
trained. You
. ; S Sago-bush, rock and alkali. The so differently large block of ice

S 'j shadow of the rude home stretched moelin's when the moon was in fust a lifetime of learning, I ono tho kind of a girl you like," I I To .
REGULATE the stomach, liver and :
F out longer; from its shelter John Barr quarter. an' now 'Iwaa later 'n laterever' I am so ignorant! I am not 's, casting a pair of rapturous I and promote digestion, take one of Carter', Thorough OF '
S'' < night aforo he'd como ter timo. I won't that! I Little Liver Pills its charter I .
:; looked over the wilderness, and wondered -no say eyes shyly on the ground and every night Try them. no .
." I thought I'd settle tho hash then an'thar. CAN T.TFI A ,__
55 where in its vastness ho should you-as good as any of in tho timid tones of an En- WHEN the Czar Russia ___:_
visits _
his father- .
. .' find tho he I but in-law the t|
man sought women see; they aro "You like tho mod- King of Denmark, he pays S

) '; .L-:- S stranger- -l'v loolc a notion to yo. 4I ast yo onct, pardncr. what sent fitted to marry you." sweet little wayside but- the expenses. a BASE T"'-

1- .5. 1! y Ye've got a motion 'bout yd 't 'mindsf 'ye back, an' now J ax agin' I'd bendoin1 A twelvemonth of kind-the 'I can not permit you No STRANGER should visit the city without _ _

f f I ':. 'o one I knowed. Ye look like an consid'ablo thinkin' an' cal'latcdPd detracted from the proud. me please do not do it again* smoking"Tansill's Punch" 0.Cigar. SENT

4 $$5 S honest' chap. Say d'yo believe in struck a lead at last. 'Wus it of the creature who' had you?" WHAT people call the. eye of the oyster THEODORK THIS : .'.. 4- _

?: ghosts a.use ye didn't git no chance ter tell the wilderness, and it he replied, "I don't believe I Is scientifically known as the abductof .XU. ,f.t .

S :: '.1. Ho put the question suddenly, 'bout yer pile?' old Polly who tossed back ..uce.w .CIN.. rWGIN ..

eagerly; and a look of grieved disap- "Thet spook stopped shufflin' an' head. folded her shapely ," she continues, straighten If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac l'aU"D oD"1%

pointment followed the "}fot at all" raised its head ter onct. I follered up her chin firmly to throwing out a bosom thai Thompson's Eye Water.. Druggists sell it 2 f'I.lell._Writ;uar

p f. J with which it was received. the trail. Ye don't play nothin' but ing lover. many a long graceful overhand THE food of an oyster consists of such 7> .' 4 __ _

-Do you?" spades. I reck in thar'll be some dig.in' He came close to her, in tho tennis court and letting microscopic float organisms and organic pac WAT of _______
freely the water. l
ter do. not touch her. Once I l *n' (
S "Yep. I've seen 'em. gurgle out in the rich toner .00 Main : l
A thought had come to the other "01' Steady's eyes looked from his caressed her fingers; would "you like the bold -S JSPECIAL -i
infarnal aces inter mine. I reach her mouth!?>> TUB best way to mend torn leaves of
connected with the perfect CT-
gleam of
--- jBjtvjngly!! I energetic, sarcastic Western books is pasting them with white tissue- I 8A THIS f '
t' pink callSoI*- '%%.-v blizzard 'd hit me; but 1 braced up :I "Darling, what has paper. The print will show through it I and Alo. _
I sitV'nce. The keenS onct moro. 'Beyeasettin'onthespotpard with you and me? Shall I .
t" There was a long he replies again, with a lan THE M VDICE1'iT
largest piece of machinery exhibitedat -
!? I chattered. I ? A fresh. l.mphl.
,' eyes under the shaggy brows fixed see always "I don't believe I do." Paris is a large English lathe weighing I ,

r :' ;: thcmbelves on the gue&t'irrface:::. with in- "Hope: ter die ef he didn't smile. a lonely place, a group of you like the domestic girl 330 tons and long enu.igh t swinf"piece by 83A permission f. LL

, ;'-.- S tcntness; who-realizing what a god- The gladdest relievcdest'teveryesee. and a weeping girl, her common sense and her feet seventy diameter.feet long between cntr ad ten

: 4 S.. send his chance visit muslt. be to this It made him look so pert like 't I clean folded hands and upturned of character?" she ventures i S ( _ _

:' : lonely soul-submitted in pt1"licnce. forgot ho'd ben dead an' buried an* Steady' knows, as I know, and A srxGLB sheet of paper six feet wide -

; : 'Can't tell/mo about iJiCP"Td I wus so tickled ter think I'd foun' out than his Polly"can be wife seven and threfourths miles i lengthwas
S : you I don't like that kind. either." recently Waterw N.
: bo glad tfer-dernedf glad! Efye'n what he wanted, 't I jest clapped myhan' Come! : hardly have said that Y., paper works. It wei pounds, CAMflllQ S tMfrlPISO'S ] _
Ho held out his you and was made and rolled entirely without
't won'tblab" down heavy on his shoulder! arms. a SAX$Tall
: ydcrriugi' SIP
V.,. swar on yo the ]languid but brilliant and single break. I _
I .. : 1/' Thet is, I clapped hearty nuf, but thar later, with the slow, sweet S
: society she
queen remarks,
f '".r.., / to' smile -was ban- warn't nothin' ter hit but the stun wharhe'd the conquered wilding A COTTONSTALK walking stick, nearly
; The tem taUon chacun R MEDr FOR Easiest
I 'Q she to let them a son gou-a sil. four inches in diameter, is on exhibition at CATARRHB
I ; : : ibhed by tblt tho":;-" of that unshod sot" drooped Montgomery, Ala It was cut from m Cheapest. i immeate euro iscertain.
S ..' ,tear in YcFW f'a* dark ey- Humoring The miner relapsed into revery, a -Evelyn Hunt Raymond, ." tonstalk grown on the plantation of acf. Cold in the Head eu
n S. her. peculiar smile J Covering over his stub- Newspaper. Gray, Es of Montgomery County, which
k : ;- the old n/an might help ._ what kind of a girl do you bore balls of cotton and grew
S : f: tl F .- :: .riiAWear." he said; and did. bly lips. John Barr was smiling too; 4 B 9 ?" twenty feet hgh t b C ATA R FTM

:: : S "JP.ye see yender stun with the pile the mingled pathos and bathos of the A Change of S
be frank EDISON his
I counts
perfectly minutes
wouldn't and picks his
F' i oy dead bresh 'pound it? an' the heapS eerie tale amused while it touched him.
Miss Hartless
Mabelle ( the street for of them. company. Te lord mayor of Lon It is of a small particle la applied .
: ', rocks beyond?" His host suddenly looked and any don to meet fifty scientific a Ontent whc S
< ; tf ,1 E jest I up ter-Why, mamma. this I was married just after ]J pie mV1td Edison p to the 5' Sold by druggists or sent S
L 'YeQ." : fixed his him. at lunchen. telegraphed by Address TLa7itrzWazren '
anew piercing
S. ,. ..; :; gaze upon Cousin Fred and he bays -been married he attend. m PaDelcous S
1, -6; "$. ", Thet's the spot Thet's what Tm I' The scrutiny was again sustained in David Whyto is dead. a year. -cudn't S i--S 1'U_-_--- _

t'r i :" a-watchin'. ari hey' got ter watch till perfect calmness. If it was a madman Mrs. Hartless-He i is, eh a reproachful glance and a THE: French historian, Mezcray, could not :
wasted work .
time, she by daylight at all, ,.
ff 1. T the owner comes. Stranger! rm a sure with whom he had to deal he would be a small loss. The stin herself because of abruptly even daring the day, by tho light always of a wrote can, S.

''I (5 BheL I don't bar no foolin' with. Ef I prepared. flint on earth! I never and that a convenient\ dle. In his rooms the deepest darknessreigned S _
gray-headed old perpetually, and when friends
S ye betrny- I "Thar, stranger! I don't in commonax visited -
; the !
S man about her chaperone's careful him he never failed to attend them to :
: : f'l shall not betray you." no quou-tions o' them 'at eats my Mabeile-But mamma, and tho door with a light in his hand, even at

S S Wall, I ain't easy mistook areadin1men I victuals-who they be ner what they'rea.goin' he had his life insured for departs while he, bright mid-day.

: S 5 an' Fm a-goin ter treat I've I But I dew now. What's mechanical action of a man S
ye. yer dollars in our favor! GOLDSMITH
been there was addicted to fine clothes _
..:. got ter, somcbud.J). soon. Thar's a name?" Mrs. Ha1.tltss-He did! before goes quiet and startling effects. "He was fond," says TOMAKE S

queer kind o' pain in my side't warns "Pardon me I forgot; should have -dear, good old soul to the bar and smiles literally one of his contemporaries, "of exhibiting -A- :. S 5
I his
all little In the
S \ by himself.- person gayest
'j S 5 me. Twic't I've lost my senses, an1when told at first. John Willett Barr." ap
55 you always knew he was parch of the day to which was added a d S Biscit
\ -S. ; I come to I dedn't so muchstrcn'th The settler stood up put his scrawny; Ten thousand dollars!, We -. U wig and a swortL" Thus arye he would :.S ASK I

t as a baby coyote. I'll loso hands to his mouth, and blew a shrill mourning at once!- Memphis policeman, who was figure Uaidens about much in the to his own satisfaction Temple, but \ S COW BRAND S_ _

, ,. SS 1 'em onct too often. an' then"liiin't whistle. At tho third"repetition an _. .-.------ on the other 'day to shoot a dog the amusement of his acquaintances. S SODASALERATU)1 SS
5- S \ never told Polly yit. I've answering salute was heard, and the -A mvsical clock over to hit in the -wgr1' -. *notu-Tay PURE. -?"
; a boy a'man
: leg, ,21. PASTEUR recently declared 5 S -
kinder with 5-
'. hat d ter. Women is much : ,
1 ; narvous. pink-calico ia sight old furnished .
k came _
an' Fve ben grown years, foot and a horso in the head. emphasis that rabies is never spontaneous. S :- -- -5 "k.iTh .-. S
.5 P a-gittin' that way myself ._Tho oval cheek was redder from of music for the recent ho was scattering 'two The microbe producing it, he says, i in-

j 3t nut 11. totkuo"what & mls'ttl fe1 it shame than exercise, as the girl ''ad of the guests at tho golden bullets along the street, the or '.variably transmitted.-- 1--.... .q5 ,5- _-_-= ___.

tUDCfJIl to her< f&. ,Gr's, side. Sbo'11ad a Ilollertpwn (1a.) coue.s off. SINCE 18 more than a billion! of dollars S. _

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