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: December 6, 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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I' FRIDAY.DECEMBER,6, 1889. -r NO. 24. .

I ADVERTISING RATES; .OF COURSE SHE' SAID YES. I tidious night"to run over this ground I SPAIN'S LITTLE KING. _AMONG.. THE POULTRY. :-:;"! SOUTHERN- -*:-AGRICULTURAL. eciaoaij as it does is not necessarily _
"' home. -
-AGII, lw I w | 1 m Sn e m sa to also '
She sat by his side In the corner nooK Even these are net all of the animal A Baby Monarch Who Leads a Slngvlarl Bow to Baalism a Fair Profit from .ai > a matter of machines solely. The '. ''
-ii-00;' | 160t20D$4COI700W i rti I :22i1 aooI 6 01 M 00 1% 003KK And the ma'den frankness of her open browWas world whose boundary of life and Interest fellow's Things,. _to- Ponder..
The little life at.San Sebas- Market the iiltry, dressed ard accomplish but little that tz profll- 1I
too! OJj 3OXTo1ouoI12m li 00:HO 00 lit by the Ugh of truth. is here. Not to count the butterflies p asas
: in 0,1 3.1 006 00 C-n the world condemn If ber heart beat fast tien is a singularly happy, one, and he the weather will permit.-. ': Judge J9hn.W? Brown of Upson able for the lack of convenience of. U .,
oil 15 ( 20 (0 25 00, CO CON) i "the bumble. :. .
10 *" mEL burly dozing
MoarM As the words she longed: to bear. enjoys fur more freedom and liberty ol Whenever salt is given mix it; _County Ga gj fcntly' addressed theFrmers' arrangement. During the course of
for the tint and fire of LOTO'I bee" and the flies that sail I .
a line cents ffareach With 1lIl'und like the sweep over it 'r
nibsequent insertion.f silken action there than at Madrid. Jwery aufthlj>itbiihe; foottjGood :., ... ?:. ..; : Acaq"( Msr.lltence.;, Inwhich he year the farmer loses mon'.hs in an
Zl \rates for oIflci.time advertisements upon Broke softly wing.on her ear? look closely at the ground. Beetles, morning, punctually 'at eight o'clock, '":'.to< ....It._'. 'lfWVI. ts gave tbenx. :*' "%"& in/r Advice- : unnecessary waste of time for lack of 'z. ',
at the ants spiders and and crawl .
Ico creeping
; But why in her Is that far-awar glance? when .the. guard is relieved he steps shelter tuv:Jfr$>rtant Itemi. r "Therey. : *"*'in our convenience In his business arrange It
eyes ing creatures of sorts wending .
are -
And why Is that catch In her voice! many out on the low and spacious balcony of eepIDg. ; ; -. .. ;.!N' midst tl'l': i j ,srotJfjv! ) .men ments. Let us abandon so much' hard
[gUiSCRIPT.ON RATES: AN who can I.f'nan that may be hid- their way hither and thither, each the royal chateau in order to listen 'to' By wf 'f., 4'..11l1a1J11- ? iggs- whar >( *. *j'&?" .rig are: 'ly and work by substituting machines and k .

' :--$1 All that lies In a woman's choice? one intent upon its own absorbing bus. the music of the regimental. band. d "" r'i'' Imenaas ,. \" .They convenient

'- :.............................. Then ber face is raised, with! A look to his, iness, and utterly oblivious of mo big .uringthojat1iens.Gu1neas :. ? *.* "t03 systematic arrangement
There is always a crowd of children -f* .J think tl- 'doing W. J. Dixie .
mast be pal l And a smile like the Graces wore: lay / d peoplf..h Northen. in Farmer. -
ijiii Intinm Invariably In -ed .
I jjo discriminations in f sror or anycations "Why, of course I will. Vanillaf she said; and usurping as I feel myself to be. assembled to see him appear, andas' :..f .J. .' "m -*: ,e force .*f )m, or ..
io. -
So he ordered I..'0 plate more. Musing on this and other strange he knows ....... It! sent drifting
of them personally byname are along
tb.ui for they
many ) ,
all : Buffalo Gnats-How
.- ( upon matters of loom! Philadelphia Time things that meet us at turn, I n ,. to KilL
IttUtit1 from all parts of the couaty. ..... every he Icana over the balcony to talk : oe yzjtage V ;paper v, v "epartment, controled by the -
sauntered back toward the bars, but at to them, and the quaintest kind of conversations f oV1In1ug1hWpo! LfItht. In one 1a", 'of making money. without The Southern Live-Stock Journal hat\ .

BEYOND THE BAR& the barndoor I pause-there is music ensue. They are generally a ddItlo.ia1PcskII Simer, stopping to consider whether they are an instructive letter from a Louisiana. _
within. .... .. "
interrupted by a tap on the window, on vermin do'D !IIiTL ,- doing right ,or wrong'so tho custom planter (G. A. Frierson 'frierson's] r*

I .. Meet 'every Tuesday i Alluring Engagements Which Nat- Didst ever hear the iwallow singingin hearing which the little King cries: "... t Is.no..bret&jIPPVia; -*be considered of trade sanctions what they do. Mill. La.). tolling how to destroy

)' night at OJ-1 Fellows' ure Offers Her Lovers.The the barn, dear reader? No?-then "Adiosrau revoir; I must go ini; mammals best for. a\i.jpfep3i>.Generally A wagon tbtA cost them $51, they buffalo gnats and save mules and

-A-, 4 |'{alL Trautdent brothers come with me. I pass through the waiting for me." Shortly after those-*.
*8tiBOTI1 cordially invited to hospitably open door subside as silently nine he sands escorted ..:'.. the where. In .the of IBM ,
appears on.the will be deficient inj mortgage on same and a mule to spring ,1h .
nd. J. C. WILLS nnni-Yard, the >fendow, the Brook as possibly. and listen and look. oUt/ . ,
by Mmc. Tacon Baimunda and tits' secure the gnats were first troublesome _
NoMe Grand. and the Great Kamhllnr Darn a Each bre ;.has. It | payment Tventy.fourdollari'pro very _
J. YIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. Each Po-.... *. Ita Own There they are; two on a beam stretching couple of/7obineT5.and' plays around should be ant ni r .1a t on an Investment of.5L this plantation. when 'fifteen mule. '. .
f across near the peak of the roof, in the ? most' Extortion is said were lost in week. Tho
Peculiar Charm. thoJuffhly! democratic best adapted. to : .h1ch. to be a gl eat wrong. one mule .

at stay Improved Order of lied Hen.ceola another on a wooden pin beside his manner Vifrh? hisster. and other -.: ..'! .....;.'... a...,_ ;::1M -_ U this.Is not extortion" would like to had all the symptoms of colic,,and ;

4 Tribe No. 1, Florida'-Council The road ends at tho farm-house; all nest a fourth flying about and children of-?...,)'i acquaintance. At theE i.jjl.. ?-1:'!1w :. .:. }!'J:"'be 'see thQ word defined. And as if to were treated accordingly.: ,Ur..Frier
Wednesday' Sleep atfclr singing mad. Now the twelve o'clock "it ) make the will sell son : "We teamed that .
? kindled each that is to it runs to aBet ying .having dug a ] I wrong worse, theyj says afterwards ..
8tarke Ila.r&nstent say. square up melody swells and fills the empty and voidE'I:; the whtfalt they all died from the' effects of the _
Wigwam, of bars romped paVjfg) ffftjvut barefootedin : .same,wagon to man *ysprompTla
opening into a barn-yard. .
brothers are cordially invited old walls, till one may shut his eyes the : 0':; .''t.i. ...' (.' -\ poisonous bite of the j
But water to hffc if one is not daunted by bars and l .sr gat
O. HATNF.S Sachem.r. and he is .,
bobolinks r
J. fancy the .
attend. among .. have been saved but
returns to the choU.au for luncheon Im t&t : 'I akthg1Ight the burde. boo ,
Chief of Itl) ords. the little unpleasantness of a barnyard : t'f ou Igrnc" -,
* r. MEACHAK. ho may reap his reward. I was for strangely enough this quaint and and on his arrival. the palace guard I beets andshould b.f414ii! -pft! )riif going.easily ala: ug. .."'.t 'to 'he fact that train oil appled .
does the :
peculiar.song resemble rapt- turns out and the the' of him a feather or small absolute .
bugle sounds, a all be IPre4AJaus&bh same. i\vv .tg- a mop i .
DIRECTORY. not daunted I did reward. :; a
CHURCH ; reap my carol
r.tb The incjosure crossed and other bars urous of that bird. But now it noise which His :Most Catholic feeding the poIlItr... K''i r {Bering".under ICft \ i- tthme ..,pcfic Since then we buy this .
is low all have finished their :" '
Chnrcli.Services again; Majesty often to imi- A'" lip and :. / 5sh the barrel, and furnish .' _
o.eyI Bapllit passed. I entered a pasture beyond. In attempts One item ln i .i OdttI3'conops payv t ;: .: oi
It* at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. fTavti tho corners of the rail fence which zig- not very long strain, except the one tate. At five o'clock he goes out for a I ically dtU'ingib'ii' Is'to'githerand ,Is given! him backvt;..r\\ .. I I every plowman with a small tin can ol
ding every Wednesday at 8 p.m. zags along one side has grown up a on the peg. And, lo! before he reachesthe drive, and as he comes down the steps stowaway'f jrtoertfeed d mHcb/of.. merchants of our tow 'l ; e1 p1 p11oveiJ {' convenient form "vhlch i ten to thoAfield

[ J. }.I. CALDWELL, Pastor. (hick hedge of weeds bushes, and even last note the three strike in again to thearriage the royal halberdiers the material tIiit; |! M'othorIse: go I ; and kind eocLiand .,, 'l to be applied when -
and the sweet sounds fills the *; .
Sunday School meet every Sunday trees self-sown, and in parts impas- buildingonce range themselves, one on each step on to waste."Y, f: :'<;lOne look at this f1"Ot. V Fish oil is very pungent and very

).. irning at 10:30. snblo. This is tho homo of the small more. It is a curious contagion either side of the stairs. As soon as of 'the best materials to use for point of right anj""-' Weti.>, V_ 1 ii r likely wi kU the a cows
K. Bu46 when ,
BuperintendenLrr..yterlan that is '
one singing, impels
birds. ho is seated in the carriage he turns to ggs is whole wheat,given as'a morn- lor granted that A is no exception -I back, perhaps drive a botgrub oat .

). .. As I passed tho shady path beside every other to join in, and happy as Colonel Loigorri, the chief of the halberdiers log meal as soon as the fowls fly'down but a w"rs'tor a ''rul that of a horse's stomah -,
curious, since it is in chorus that the
-ws........1' Cburth.rlewerery the fence there was scurrying and and in obedience to the instructions from'the roosts. *. runs through the whole business. It The happens to know front''
effect is bes .
&; 00,1 ( Sunday at 10:30 a.m. scampering, small brown wings flashed \ which he has received exclaims In cold weather a good feed at nightis ia wrong to sell to tho landlord cheaper long exprence. that tanner's oil li'
R. B. M&TTicK, Pastor. And there are their homes. One at
cries of !! with the utmost gravity: "Lot i whole corn given to the fowls just than to his tenant. and it is wrong for au for lice o ptg
&hool everywhere dismay arose on
liay every Sunday at 10 a.mL. the end of tho beam the
:tflonicrik C. HULL, Bupt.flletbodUt all sides-the sharp "pip11 of chippy where I see the head near of the singers, them retire. At eight o'clock the before they'fly-upon the roosts; it will. the landlord to be a party to such a calves, colt and other stock, a
and the anxious notes of and other little chap, who is in splendid health, help materially to keep them warm. transaction. suggests that this oil may bo a fri

z:.," sparrows. I stopped to song let them get sitter where; another five small on the wooden peg, is put to bod his:: mother being invariably Flax-seedcan.be; used to good advantage "How much sunshine,would $10 bring class remedy for hog cholera ,
CUurcb.perrices triangular-shaped
overy Sabbath at 10:30 L m. and over their fright a little, and looked mouths-generally wide openfringethe present to say his prayers with in feeding .poultry, especiallywhen around many a roor man's hearthstoneon plage. taken with} wo-ae salt

..,..; III )p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday over the fence into the meadow that edge. Now the mother in him and to kiss him good night. it may: be rather difficult to a Christmas morning if ono' good As we 'ne
,AI..... sweeps 'While passing a weighing machinethe make a good variety for them. Christian hereabout of something that will ki the .ot
up even thought
tam.ordIII.-. L Thursday at 7:30.:: covers a slope of tho mountain one and alights beside them Ier
... O. D. TCRXRR, Pastor. may so call what is really more like a wide her beautiful tail and spreading other day on the esplanade at San If the,poultry are confined feed the the struggle that thousands of poor every form of plague. Sity

1t.II.ou.Mttla.LTlMMtJ..... bandar School every Sunday at 9 a.m.I series ot terraces.At showing Sebastien, with the children, the Queen grain oh straw or among the leaves. sos farmers make to meet their obligations and seventy years ago man and pig

[ J. CHARLES KICHA.RD, Supt. the top of all is the barn, and I ,' clearly its oval white spots. Great is took it into her head to get the whole aparty to give them an opportunity to due October and November next rarely had a kidney da plague.
the and
"14 fata I Ipel chattering, urgent the demands -
weighed. The.scales tipped the scratch and take needed exercise. Their children well These parasites come to stay like
'iister,1 was at once attracted by the eccentric of infant swallow in -girls, as as boys-
r\ movements of a dog belonging the every the beam at the following figures: King The black.Spanish is a good breed of and oftentimes the wife and mother the Colorado potato ff"1d the curculio ..-
nest, and low and sweet the '
: Christian Cliurdi. farm-house who now and then appeared murmur- Alfonso weighs 35 pounds; his mother chicken for eggs. It is a non-setting' herself toiling in the dews of morningand on peach and shouldnot
after she leaves
for the few
3. i xL,26; Acts xxvi., 2$; I. Peter IT., 18. above tho edge of the terracein minutes before thorn fall into the Queen Regent, 118; his elder sister, breed; the principal objection to it is' hot sun of evening' bringing on be diheartened but (learn to cooperate -

3.a Ices& each Lord's day: at 3 p.m. i great excitement and haste, and as silence.Do they again the Princess of the Asturias, 48, ant that it has been so'largely inbred that disease and premature death by exposU"O. our enemies when

O. P. YOUNG Pastor. suddenly disappeared. What could be the Infanta Maria Tacresia, 45. Thatis the fowls lack vigor.If doing alUm. their power to help they aro most vulnerable. Watch tho .'4

oday School each Lord's day at 3 p.m. tho matter I hastened down the swallows then sing only In the to say, the entire family weighed well treated. early pullets will the father and b-uaba' pay the debt enemy and strike him when practicable. -

C. J. DENTON, 5upt.. meadow (through more bars!) to tho barn? I go out and peat myself on a just threo pounds less than the old, make good winter layers.:: One of the I he owes, stinted',.... sit11 d clothing lYe need more knowledge of living

edge of the first fall of the land. There rock beside the door for now after but not venerable, Queen Isabella II. advantages in setting and hatching while the member ..-that. 9 (the mer parasites, their ways, habit and.methods .

some remarks among themselves which The Regent while at San Sobastien chickens early is to chant's household of propagation. may pay !
I saw tho'family pet a beautiful secure a good sup ) :7--. ulffo every evr .
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. shepherd dog. greatly excited running sound strangely liko articulate speech spends much of her time in driving a ply'of eggs during the winter. luxury and grow 'Jij g O'j r want o' farmer t keep a few gallons of '_"G' ,. '

ary' omeen. back and forth on a rather nar- and which I suspect may be reflectipng; spirited four-in-hand. She handlesthe It will simply add to the cost with- something to do. ,onver3k.f; fight ieect wlt-D. --. i DUIr .,'...'t, .-.I -"
intruding the wholo
upon spectators .
ayor-L. Witkovski. row ledge below me. Now he rushed have ribbons with thoroughly Austrian out a corresponding profit if more "I hope the Alliat.t: I
dbyn1omsS R Rb. ldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner frantically along for thirty or forty party whero. The passed barn is out old and hardly know skill.-Cor. N. Y. Tribune. roosters are wintered than is strictly to arrange so that thoy'can> buy at the HERE AND THERE. '

, rg*:to Pace, L. D.wan, S.F.Gardiner. feet, with tail wagging as if in sport rickety, -. sHow .._- necessary for breeding purposes, and 'same price. I ezpcct great benefit on -. .
I EU and bird in
a can out almost
lerk-B. E. Alvaree.easurer then suddenly wheeled nnd ran backin where. go or any to Become a Capitalist. those that are kept should be of the this line from our exchange. 'It .will -Te carrot is the root crop pre s

iarsbal-K.- D. Wall.Wills. the same eager way. Sometimes he Again the swallow-song is heard. Somebody must save money; and the best quality. be a grand pricing department by by horses. 1 he mode of feeding.
made dash One of the disadvantages with which will bo able know the I carrots horses Is them fine ,
a to the left and tore madly people who it will be the' wo to t t chop
nellor-T. W. Sweat Three are on the roof; one on the peak, save :eapitalists -
up the steep side of the mountain; whore his minute feet bo seen and they will control the organ- guineas is that they are not a good I price of every article we want to purchase and give each horse half a peck three

again he flung himself over the edge may ization of market fowl. In some localities a few where it Is made. Then if our times a wok
(with industry and receive the
a good glass) clinging, and two
ittUMtTABS County. om..n.o..ty.JudgeW. F.lIalpbos.olClrcul'CoartW. going: almost heels over head in his are flat on tho shingles-all singing. largest share of the profits. If the :nay bo sold, but there is by no means merchants can soil to us at the. same Plant trees along the roa6ide -
a general demand for them as for otherfowls. prices we will buy from them. Other- now. and do not delay it until aprthg.Drains
workin will
irk T. Wteki zeal.But And when they pause, the delightful -men sam their money ,
lberiT-H. W. Epperson. what could be the cause? I warble floats down from the air, wherea they may be not only sharers of profits wise we can buy through:: tho ex along the rood should be kept ;

RP if tax AisesMr-J. E.Wainright could see no playmate; his young master swallow soars and singe in the sun- but owners of stock and receivers of The advantage in keeping only a change. And through that depart- open the roads leveled and put In the

fax Ql1eet.or-Jd. M. Hale. was moving nurther' down the shine. Sunshine and the air do dividends. And the workmen can save small flock is that better attention can I ment we hope some time in the futureto best condition'for winter., -
sperutt Dd nt of Schools J. L. I open be given in proportion to the number; price some things we have to sell.!
HilL meadow. thought of woodchuckshis not lessen the charm of the,song, but their money if they wilL It is the : -Try the experiment of packing a
nnty Surveyor-W. H. Edwards, C.K favorite I looked and on tho'majority of farms there will I -Southern Cultivator. I few sweet in with .
game-but though in which potatoes dry
it is so low that It is lost in the great way they can per- layers
B.aunty Commissioners Witkovski carefully, not one of those wary creatures out of-doors only the listening and manently and surely improve their be a sufficient quantity of material that -- -alp dirt between the layers, and keep
Co Knight E. A Todd W. H. Pinhole ; ear would
otherwise to waste to keep Room for Reform.
h X. V. Smith. was to be seen ,moreover, it is the desiring heart will hear it there. condition. Legislative reforms, improved go them in some place where the temper

business and not play when dog and Did I: not well to brave the bars ind industrial methods, may make 9 small Do flock. the ducks 'Farming at the South is done at a ature will not get belo* tho freezing

nUIrl1ll.- Slate OCIcera.OTeroor woodchuck meet. At last seeing the the barnyard that sweet morning in the way easier for them, but there is not pick and geese too great expenditure of physical force point.
late will
:...If -F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville.tarr dog leap into the air. my eye fell upon June?-Olive Thorne Miller in Christian no road to comfort and independence or they suffer severely from and consequent unnecessary outlay of' Salsify (cle oyster plant) Is
the cold after the fall rains
..LlfJWIIT.nou.. of State-John L. Crawford, his play-fellow barn swallow! I Union. after all, but the plain old path of especially money. Some years since we planted very hardy may remain in the

\,- h'01UC. : wordville. could hardly' believe my eyes, but I ....rHOMEMADE steady work and sober saving. If tbe set in. Let them havo a good growthof I cotton in the use of one mule and one ground in the rows through the winter

r1.. '-p., Hlo&rney.GeneralWilUam. Lamar.Mon- sat down on a convenient bank and COMPASS. working people ot this country would feathers before severe weather be man to open a furrow one man to without injury. It is not cultivated as. .

I watched for Borne time the strange save, for the next five years, the gins.Where scatter the seed followed by one mule I extensively as It should be. although it
,OLDIERt asurer-F. J"ous, Macclenney. game. Tho dog would sit quietly at that feed is plenty there is often I I Is of the best and hardiest
How a Very Good One Mar He Constructed money they spend on beer and and ono man to cover. Now wo use one vego
J iiV.StZ.: amissioner of Agriculture B.mbwell. as much danger in over-feeding as in I *
end of
one the till
run a tobacco and base ball tables
''' sparrow Without Much Trouble. they could con- one mule and ono man with a ma- known
,W : aptroller-Genernl D. Barnes. swooped down just over his head, and Get from a druggist a common paste- trol a pretty largo share of the capital not feeding enough. More eggs better chine, and do tho work much more Bulls a dangerous animals anda
health and better will be
djutant-Uener41-DaTid Long Cedal skimmed along at that height and board pill-box of about one and three- employed in the industries by which a growth cheaply and much more effectually. majority of the injuries received 0 .

COLLEGE. "1. length of tho terrace. On his appear fourths inches diameter. Cut in the they get their living, and they could secured by feeding only a sufficient Into department of farm work cur from placing too much confidence -
. TE:% to in condition every
,ntrnII'1""Ji.urD Superintendent of Public Instruction-' ance the dog started full speed after lid a round hole an inch in diameter. turn the dividends of this capital from quantity keep good ,, this same principle of economy should in gentle bulls, which suddenly -and

P'&Pr- e n Rassell, JacksoBrille.PROFESSIONAL him, and when the bird turned back Cover the hole on the inside with a the pockets of the money lenders into while the cost will usually be less-St enter. Upon a comparison of methods unexpectedly attack the attendant A T
..lSOPdlr CARDS the dog.did tho same. If the swallow piece of window-gloss, which can be their own. There is no other way of Republic. -4. it is easy to be seen that the States bull will usually prove obedient when

I.'U.1Io : VEYI Pi Q. CIVIL ENGINEERING. went up toward the barn tho dog held in place by bits of sealing-wax at checking congestion of wealth and HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. at the South are very far behind young but it is seldom that a fully '

--- scrambled up the steep bank after the corners. promoting its diffusion so expeditious, those of thu North and West in matured bull is safe. ..

.-:.r'; R. F. ENSEY, him; if downward toward the lower Break off about three-eighths of an so certain and so beneficent as this. I In Practicing It.Good It In XeeAssarj. to Kx- economy of time and labor and. therefore -Plaster is an excelent material for .

Ma'-. P1 I tUw 'DNG11".JJEa.BTARKE meadow his four-footed pursuer fol inch from tho point of a sewing-needle wish the working people would try it. cruise there is Judgment.At in the economy of production- sprinkling over manure that is being

----=: lowed. When the bird rose higher, and affix it point upward by means of -Washington Gladden, in Forum. present no theme more In these States we find the constant mixed with urine in..order to absorb
PLA.nngbt1n. prolific, nor one that seems to i
the 1 posoesamore
said-sat .
OURE I down and sealing-wax to the center of the bottomof -d P study to be the saving of labor at everypoint. the liquids and also serves admirablyfor
eKtlmstec interest for the people at large,
M with aceurl\el.lId,cUsPaleb.hev.LIej. et.o., ha waited. tho box. This is to be the pivot up- How to Wash Wagon; Wheels. than that of Now The management and handlingof deodorizing stls to a certain

------ofF !s.LIIrda7.cUh.. "And so the swallows are the merriest on which the magnetic needle is to Farmers ride about in economy. economyis every crop is had through machines, like lime,
('lltI! .P muddy an excelent thing when wo are thorough
"4.:r to.. fellows, sings Diamond in Macdonald's swing. that not only accomplish more' in a and consequently does not cause sore
mainly because have
wagons they no our comprehension of the
, most charming book: and having For a needle, use the permanent given time. but do the work more feet as is sometimes the case when
J. convenience for them. The word
O. HAYNES cleaning ; and we may be sure until ware
.cIuGJ'Y: caught one of them enjoying a magnet made of a darning needle. wheels make tho most trouble; it we shall be able practice it effectually and, therefore more satisfactorily. other deodorizers are used.
game of romps with a dog, I must fain To this to tho and
adjust pivot, saw takes four times as long to clean the Economy is one thing and meanness is; System in storage a place for

:E:1.VT'JS: : agree with the child. out a piece of ivory or bone-tho wheels of a buggy as all the rest of it. quite another. Some people seem The JOBS from producing cotton is I every thing i a necessary in tha
, While I looked the dog walked off, handlo of old tooth-brush is and stables In the '
an the not so much from the low price in the I barns as dwelling
stream used is shallow
.....,. Perhaps at blessed in being born economists. With
much it he did
i Office .rer Jon t Brick: Bloc as not like a spectator, good material-a quarter of an best and especially so in the drougthof them it never seems any trouble t ___ and tho path beside the hedge again inch square by a tenth of an inch To The work necessary to be done has I for an article is 'much more than the
d111 summer. expedite matters spend judiciously and
pro- money they
.'aI.Jir JL BUGa & WILLS allured me. I returned to th* pasture thick. In the center of the square ceed as follows: Dig a circular p:t manage so carefully that nothing ever heretofore been so much manual that time spared to put it in proper place.
and walked slowly along. Hie field side bore a hole by means of rt knife should be where it
inches farmers have been forced to employ a Every thing can
eighteen to two feet deep, a lit- goes to waste or is lost. The b
12 1o.r. swept straight up the mountain, with blade or the handle end of a file possession found easily when wanted, and
nearly of large force of help that is to be main
tle out the of the
course stream but of this rare gift is truly fortunate,
. Attorneys at Law hero and there a solitary tree or an through the piece. tained during work and oftentimes car. animal in the stables should have ita
P so that water can be conducted into yet economy may be cultivated until it
& outcropping rock, but all pathson The inner extremity of the hole ried over Idle seasons in order to be oa L appropriate stalL _
[it This pit must he six inches largerin becomes a second! nature. ,
STARKE, FLA. this hillside lead to brooks must be smooth, with no small crevicesor diameter than the largest weeeL In practicing' economy it is necessary hand when needed. -The Mirror and Farmer calls atte'i.tion .

I]'rIt1ce.II all the Clur la the FoalG arid with one its of these little streams sharp edges. To the opposite surface First thoroughly clean the entire vehicle to exercise good judgment and I The demands in the construction of r to the fact that geese can do,good
or'I Circuit bordering of trees, leapingand attach by sealing-wax the needle, and work on location overrun with '
except the wheels; then remove every house-keeper should know machines for chopping picking any
F. J. FIELD belt of bounding down the valley is a and after placing it upon the pivot, them one by one and float in the pi whero to economize judiciously. The cotton should be studied and mechanical Breeds, when the weeds are. young" ''.'
beauty of
which the birds and put the cover on the box. If the hole kinds of weeds '*
Many are
contrivances applied L young pr-
I tire. prepared. Here with a sponge a purchasing of inferior articles oi continually
I never Where the road crosses In the ivory be well mode one end of wheel can bo cleaned in is 'in until suitable Machines, are perfectedto I ferred to grass by geese and .
Mu the an incrediblyshort clothing really the end, great espia-
n'l streamlet is
1c rk little
Plaalenr a .
in bridge or some the neeele will point to the north. and
the work. ly plantain purlane go
times only time. It may strike against the extravagance, as it requires us much accomplish successfully Gese
deep shade stepping-stones, and the Place the compass near any large stones with which the pit is walled time to make such clothing and a Corn shellers are far better than a right down to the roots for the. plants,

STARKE PtA.IWOKGUAVATED.. with the on both sides combines mass of iron, as, for example, the but only the tire will be scratched.- good quality of almost any thing will rough-edged rock' and corn huskers and effectually keep them down i the. .
song of the water to kitchen stove. and see where it will is *
flock a larze one.Stoekmen t
Cor. N. Y. Tribune. last three times are much more convenient than wearing -
or'f. make a natural as long as cbeap ma
B xU place ot rest.
Here I point then.-Home.. .... terial, while it will always look better. out the fingers at the slow processof who have made observations J
again, and look j S -
PEEK FBAZEE to see who I have disturbed An Unprotected Industry.. To Crystalize Flowers. But the worst place to be oversavingis pulling the shucks in an all day in feeding swine a claimingthat
by my in the kitchen and dining-room and work that could be finished by a machine some of the breeds have lost vigor _

find coming, for one can hardly move, I First Beggar-This is a fine Govern- First. dip into a strong solution oi the temptation to do so is now very in an hour. by long- feeding of corn as .

orneJs at Law and Notaries who, lives without in intruding upon somebody ment! Don't protect nobody! gum arabic water; then hang in jars great. for it Is a common thing to see Reapers and mowers and horse rakes i an exclusive food. .Corn I deficientin -

to whom thatspot. There are birds Second Be&rgar-What's the matter containing a strong solution made by in household and other papers recipes are always under the barn when called mineral matter, especially of lime,

fTlRKE, BRADFORD CO., FLl.rscts home their this special piece of earth is now. Bill? boiling alum in water, until the water for twenty-five cent dinners, directionsfor for, and the teams stand ready in the I' and the use' of corn leads t degener '

and these; nests are hidden close by First Beggar-Why, hain't yer seen will dissolve no more alum. Let them feeding a large family on a very stalls to draw them; the landlord is acy. Only by varied diet can the vigor -

), of Title and Real Estate Law a are-in their opinion, no the bloomin' bad suggestion 'at's bin stand in a place where there will be no small amount with numerous other convenient to drive them. These b maintained. Injudicious feeding

t tracts alt,. furnished showing every Do04. doubt-their bank private grounds. In that made to coin half-cents., Dat'd knockus jar for twenty-f hours or until theyare economical suggestions that make contrivances all give the farmeran leads to disease"and loss.

tgag". Lien. Tar: Sale, Judgment, Attacf behind me is the dark entrance right out.-Harper's Bazar. crusted over with alum. Colored many hou3evives'feel they are extravagant immense advantage in con- What is usually termed chfcken
it and all matters of pub'lc record and Die to a woodchuck'shome; this very stone: -.. .. I crystals can be made by adding diamond his interests. caused the fowls partAk-
f.I lIng Title of Weal Estate in Bradford is his front in spending so much for the troling labor to own choler i by
..ty Florida. up to date or Atetnct. and door-step; here ha sits up -Mrs. Emma P. Ewing. a lectureron dyes to tho white but they are family's living. Sensible people The larger part of his work he can do- ig impure food or dink generally

,I "views the prospect o'er," and household economy declares that not as pretty as the white crystals.-, should know that good. nourishing himself and become independent of theformer. A fowl from accident S
here he
solaces himself with music over five million dollars is spent uselessly To!edo Blade. food Is necessary to the health of the trifling idlers who abando.i the fieldsat O other -cause.and i thro\1
when darkness _ _
HEADQUARTERS FOEXNa"D'cI.ANO Other silenced the birds. for bluing in this country every .r body, as well as to the development of the slightest censure or the mildest into the weeds or bushes t a sura

CItE and smaller doors there arc year. and that a million families throwaway -As many boarders will testify, it' the mind of growing children. and rebuke. forerunner of cholera. The flock it '

opening into some of the millions of from twcnty-f to one hundred is frequently the case that a boardinghouse that. where it Is not supplied sickness The use of machines is but tho sure to find the. remains, nnd. by pecking --
epreaentinff the Urrrpool and London private apartments in our old earth, dollars apiece in in tUiEume is more religious than about it becoai
and Glob Companj. soap grouse keeper : ill humor and a train of lesser'cvili practical embodiment of convenience. and scratching ,

whose:! tenants wait for "tho high fas. period. Vie us.-Oil City Derrick. follow.-Louisville Courier.J ournal. I2o matter oI.convcnience. iavclviog I Cntninat.and develop ohoR.ar .. a


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..--PITBLI8HED WEEKLY AT- .Brr.. '', : 1,:1e oP:4tZV-: .I ," Slaike, .Fla:."Thursday. DeCWhCr.2Ih.19. at I I X: wauit Clt.y :

V 1..,? B.BBADFORO- _ OOU5TY.FLORIDA. Tile Florida landscape" baa, a bcaulfjpccul'&rijr '1.it s i r)tfl kinds of; : .- -, v* 'P.vopet.-tY1t .a.

1 + 'i. KC.WEBB. -' its. ('. /'No' slupeoduwos li t1irJmesconhTnhttc4.dt.wsard; segri SESSION -L..C. 1LL.CnAIR3t.tN.! : st'a v.b ei>y' r.vn, n uttgoofi gl'o '

Editor and Publisher. mountains drive their' icy 'peaks Ibrougfi ies-,of post offices.n.: l .frz '- XIJBSCBIPTION- -$1.OO A YEAH.Aefdiff the rloudit, DO foaming cataract*,'speak Invoice ma il. Among the .- Rev. 31. 31. Wllm!olIIr. I favm Inncls impiovea ana 'IID .'
awe-struck 66 masters. 25 :? Delegates! and V urkcl". I
of thunder to the observer poet % I ilPl. cd'boJleS oX
15 cerks! .Address : 'iil1tbe1ed.Iai\a:
i -. JIsbl_ to' Act of Coign in nor CVt'n.laiJI.. .or,valleys-as these offi ces railway-postal. 27 letter 'carriera. of Dclt" !. .' i 1.. ,
iht J'al Oft s. StarJet. Fta., at ixcondtJliu term are understood in other states-are 12? burtrlars>nd 4 : of County Orgrtuizutiitfl-Rev. Wm. Shaw. Stnti_ Sb-i yellow pine ana cYPl.-CSS, J111.

I :: Hatter. found in the peninsular pan of the state offenders 147- were, () ilDiI F P. Barry :
4 trial.- I ,)'Work.-Rev. S. S. Proctor, of Lrke Butler fl II\1wCIII i undS : jsn&ajfj x-ice
Florida's .landscape has a beauty ot a more ca ilre-awalting ( : 01? ana t:ud :
,;, : The Crmiin murder case, of Ciiica- mart Mosses in the RJ lorg"n. I
: generous kInds it does not-require you topity roaU nuiubcrcd 6.500 I (Rece for .linner.) i: Call
> :arining on 02 address
in Murder (
; go in.KtUl progress. cnsesin I for admiring it by fees) of dread
L L m ail 47.570; The ;ES8JO .-.\. E. 3IoiTT, CHAIRMAN. I ,
: i that city coat the.l|ico)>le somethin' and fear or by tiresome aac1.'JgeronslIlUbI. of post oJEce wa. 449; I C. L. PEEK atty-at-law JJ
;. < Its.dm* islwdi at: .' '. XTi.'VBfXSa K-vj Rev. H. B Mattice.
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and eay paths led. .to,.*'It.. .: 9J1t ; ::I lct'lInRev.. G- P. Y Ollllg. ,. I. abstractor Titles. STARKE, "
f. ; -- thH ut Bo and how It.-Rv.. M. M. \, nhu1cIt.
'k. toSiu-ly !
United States Congrew is i b. i'e- austere l sufyofbecalled'kingfj. ---';--
i mouD'J.B" Rev. 31. 31. \Vamb .!dt and Airs. R. B. Mattice.
.it'n; with Mr. .Reed, of Maine, for J ; 8C. ioL1, -Recess.v .
speaker.' Both honnen republican gentle. CUe.&IDIto. DrllJ. ''Mdlw1_; "COUKT'Hocsa-'J. C. RICHARD. JR.. CHAIRMAN. I
you may think t'uTaelf _' .' I 1
,. email 4.' trenjctam
by a majority. I tr.t-q 41
. aery, rrou J Rev. S. C. Thomas. ta h
4 -- -: .it'uIJarllt:8al1ol I HOUSE
{ pelhort
i; The cold weather. reported in the i l"." 1 : ,,Dellart. I vEl
do these ft ,. Board, and ho'v to ue it in Sunday'School Work. ..' iy I'
1r northern and western st&t4eiiS driving g : _. "ti I / 1111 St

k the people southward.' Tbe from pure.jd I.( eT. 'flaount I B. :Mat: lice. IS THEIR NEW AND MAGNIFICENT STORES,. ,. _
:: 'p rugged scenery,e-; dvWeltii.,, : 2 acc unfl I and Benediction.

railroad companies report travel a* I Ir AI well as tb, tige"r..J.-.nd wh1e$1 t ikms aud 0 1 i -1o ;t : 8ES."IOPR IDEST. CHAIRMAN. NOS- 40 AND 42 WEST BAY STREET JACKSONVillE ,-FLoIjiJ;= i 111
I14.51Ltbe ,
v. Tt ry great. I the lion we love the Iambi, : number .-Rev. J. B.,Dvis. ,

- ; b I In Bradford county found e .fJi. Jg fo rthcsrai1 I :-Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs. Now offers the Largest and Finest Stock of FUR? ITUIJ .'

PrC21illent Han tion'. first annual that is lovely in Florid If t$4flMIil' namelyrecomme I Interesting a Class.: -Rev. J. G. Ifonneil. CARPET! MATTINGS, WINDOW SIIADE!, LAMPsg1yT3'

. .-_ L '.. message is before the people. It i ill rest of the Slule what Tuscany to Italy, be truth I! J in' "the the SUlle&h'N.I.rkv Officers"ami Delegates.ADJOCRXMEST. .J. W. Biishne CAIUilAGFS{ ', ._ J

t qullev,characteristic of the man- Apenzcll to Switzerland or:CUampaignc arrest and .
:hib.c1i; It i to France. This time of the year; Is them lura.of t* is'now BOYS'VIREVI1EEL VELOCIPEDES, ":
but is
: windy not very deep. I. in the county should sent I two delegates with a report of
ut lovely here for it I is the "eeniDg-of higbwaTii.Judge t GIRLS' TRICYCLES, "
-I mostly synopsis of bureau Btat- Jac.AtlorneyGe delegates to F. R. 3Iorgin. Starke. Fbi not later than -. : ";
the nature ia through'with her work : .
istiuL -- Sunday Schools of Starkc ar reaueiited to meet at their _.-4
__ and 8its upon her throne wIth crossed p flrnenLu in the Children's at the Court DOLL ,.
: L1 ) : ) pruce sioo 10 Meeting CARRI.GESr
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and Let for in :
e.Yitb the advent of the railroad I arms smiling eyes. LS' ( m uReception Committee: F. R. .Morgan. F. [I. '
stance) eel into a boat on "Lake Cfosbj.nearStarke. ; n oiabIy-II BLANKETS COMFORTS
brouffhjGoi ii Mrs Wm. jciiarl ald Mrs. S. C. Moitt.; i
4 into Lake Butler that town at ObI! such thfnjtf bet" pers and- I : > < -
"can ll Itby.and -.- Cept E. M<)iu. Mus1c Committee: J. C. Hi< a.-II. Jr., OOOKIN""G:: STOVES \Y
:,. .., .once placed on an equal footing Like Veuus rUing from the waftt't'.berelies the I L f. :t'J J
-, with any town in the state. Ere long in most gorgeous, selling- the Koh-f- to ib1I (11 -_ _ _ _ more. ; J reastCa
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.; ? 9I an important commercial city will Door mugnifledi, Truly, 'the wonderingsirancer or "- TS OF TOILET SETS
; who for the,first time bleholdsthis in pOes'iia ; ; S5'S '
r be built there. In CHINA
: and TINWAHE than
was ever 4'1
... -, .- charming :.is apt to exclaim with brought to the Soutb. 1

s;:. Je ceion Davis II, ex-chieftain of C1" iitteaubriit"i"- .t\> r dIL n g.I) :h lus ; ** AND CO. 1"A "Bi?; 3=>:rL-e ;-" Prices l: |!
: 'Yc '
southern i in
tbe state, lying very O't"1ml'J' Drlv ,
.n ,, )
r r f Drive .
I -, low at New'Orlfan*. As ho is avery .L *. ** &?< 8.fbara. S.llureol": -iI. is abused ll: jjniptwI Over and )unbt : TearT
;W. ong UPOOhlbls is auupaznpbIetI! Competition, A il
guaUy' ;. way %
,t old man and,his vitality nearly Ion\w. tf led B, 'fP*** Hze that one:1JI'1 of.thetn'as adveti uli _. e.t" 'i--- )\\o ( EC

.: gone, it in not expected that he will I 'n 7t1rwfjIaunl'[ of men.. The called '?emtiies.or Send in your Climtnias orders XOW before the JIG mI
and send Ibem indi* I I JUirtte
:;r : recover from IJiM sickness. urrou : 'fi eak, all looks immense \ Inq

t. its neYbep.x.tresinSlf !itiiad comc'fwmthe. sexes, and often to-ajl I I I CLARK & LOFTUfe. ;;1

vs. The "Knitter" of the Tunes-Union I (.fcehtnr's bands only yeHerday. 1'erfect boarding scCno.. ruaju you your Groceries, Proiisions, Flour, I cliiCI

:. .. suggests that if our people would L at1Inesereigostvy: sonnd is bushedns ,, 20 Oats, Hay and JJran. 40 and 42J>. Bay St.. Jacksonville jl tIcinot

1 charge. _more If or their laud it would I If an angel has commanded: "Silence l "" """"""" "___ ____ "_ .

sell better., We cannot agree with)I God is here." There float a few ducks; And no questions : ; sell you your Dry Woods and Notions.
them a curious alligator; there a ilrlnJofotters tuin of the two gold $1,000.00 -1;
If Bradford
thisyroioiition. in single file and in serpentine"linE taken from my you your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. Abc Tocees
was better advertised our land I of Nov. 27 IS.OITXj
And what a frntne for this picture Nit ?

would cell better.' ure has thrown' off her working suitofsober ion "Catherine* to sell Hats and Caps.t FOR Y" $1.OO I .:I
you yonr
other "E. S. ii .
: green and decked herself' in ever}*, Ten Thousand Dollar. la &ouTcnln to be Given: Away on tbe Grand !!
The Florida bureau with and Ope.l.
immigration col or. Tbe cypresses timid there in gold name yon yonr Hoots;, Shoes und Rubbers. ofclie t
isn't at standstill. One of its lastideas and rus ct. the gum in rich brown, the !

for inducing immigration to maple in purple the grape Tine in pale I Jon Your Hardware, Tools and Building FLORIDA SUB-TROPIJEAL EXPOSITION, ':.1; .1I >EN

, that state was the publication of an veil ow. The caesinht and the bambooare The Material.
. with red Ship ThUJ.sda attcriioon, January 9th. 189O. -T All
: hung yellow and Lime ber :
&.pagl", 5-column. monthly, to be ries. Hoary 'trees, earning !long frstoous: Mr.-Walker, ; your Wagons Buggies i Agricultural Im : Wonirok

called the Bulletin.' Its first number Co..& dry goods s PARTIAL LIST OF -
of {Spanish moss, stand us a guard or honor Seeds nun Fertilizers .SOUVENIRS: ; strait
4 will be issued soon. Florida understands a \Beautiful ship '
and behind them tower the immense slnshpiues. l 1

!:i tlizti state won't get many A walk through the tangled growth napkins and) placed you your Saddles! Harness and \Vliip.t, in No.L ('n rlifitil check f f'.r. . .. . .. .. . ... ... ... .. .. .. ... .,i1.0c0"uhflD.I I Teei
window of tllti -.' you ( \'er.thillln max need. Give them :. Kn.i1i" iiprtirlit i pwii.. clwnizwl C'ast. cn r.ivwl pant-Is. Milo! nn,1, scarf. GoOI
desirable immigrants unleos it will 1 is vcry interesting.. We will soon see '* :J:;. P.-rlur-uii.! 'ilk ron
i is bbf ; he convinced that pii-cex niapiifict'iit lanK."arcile.'lIb silk trilll:1
as perfect a } : they will save you plu>b
t: reach.out after them. herons and other gr"Un'iilallJird3} ; a rub-, and hhoxvs trrealskill ) ; f ml at the same time guarantee the money mli.g" ;li* full..ws. '! : One large s-ofn.. in terra col la. l.Nlies'eusy J:
bit or a flock ot'ou ..' wuil 1 rise by our knack in Ir. \aH (qua hair ii; ,. I\\. IIlIl' gl'nt'I l 11r in blur I me l>trp
. .'l' ,:,' :# The Starke Fruit Growers' Association very feet a Eq.U'$S .p 0r'P cypress to see it. 4. Pair in ii.ii.ionil olive.! .r.r! i-nritn-ps.Stnri-: leci-ptiiin.I.e'tIUalil choir}' .in oi! gold 250

r.i : is an organization i that hasbeen ones on.our beadigt' ,,dye forth- u staccalo _ i"lnlll h 'dro.m Mi.thl:; pit-ci French.l t-vtlril niirror.s. ....... 25 J '
1. barking j'rb vtiAook up, a Wo',(I- AlKs Willard 0 S-t I Hiivilitnil Fu-ntli chin;,. dcci/nilvil 12K( 2UQ. JegluSCI
r ( of much odr Fays 1)ZtCS-------- .. ....
fli importance'lfe' p xc't'r.ilI becjjp! "Bulling ,the ugly i the t United Stales if : I PH' UR IDO & COMPANY 7. Gcnl.slltan1f.nllsllIs.! . . .. . .... ........._ S ,t
r local fruit gross ers. By a mutual scorpion from U'.:;{ bsirk. Every \\ould form 'nul &, 110 S. GiuTs I migiHct: I ;old u-ntch n..d chain .. . ..._.:. ...... 125?
. effort they have plact'd themselves is draped Injuring; of YorK to Chicago \\!- l 9. Eiciiit J'lt-iicli c.ii! diniii-r! M-I.-149 pie-c.s.. .. .. .. .. ... im
ftnmp arabesques in mind. is not con lined I It). Li>lyVrolii!. w\l'dllltai' chain. snii.1 gi.IJ. wry liiiu. .. ..::1.... or L's ri
i 0 before the people an a businesssociety lianas and festooned with moss. and ever y south. : 11. Music IMIX. lOitirs . ...... .. '_". .. .. ** tiae.13u0...
'. .. in Buch a manner that they prostrate Hunk is' covered with Helensaud L'p. r. fH--} FLORIDA. 12. l'.rl..r f.Ulinte.1.!. t-Iiurry fiui"h.! .... ,7,5
. -. -- Tampa; gave tl.i- !". :: I 13. .\nlil'll'IIlt I ( nit!:. liinmrMui. Fn-II'h Iicvtled mirrors"e. ? r 1is.
from their cracks sprout young trees ____.. __ .. ......
have the confidence of the a'r u .... _........ !
gained lor ronipany) bonus of ? ( 'I "' I'J.OM) oilier :soim-nirs: ;irrr! r.-uiisr . . Or. ........ .. O.CSW IJM DJ (loThepenst
That this association has l huge; am'oiinl of fre-; I 20.000 sotivcinis I. . -
: I, public. "There's no such thing as death. complete! its line ( '
proved a success can readily 1 be In From nature each nothing sad remnant dies. of decay Tampa. n1l" for (. I Only 20),(){(() Tickets sold at 1.00 Each. : very FACnith

found by a callat' their office in Some forms or life arise," I -Ilennpn"!! arc ( ': I :tree: Sundav's" TI.MES-UXIO.N full Iil l of Sotm-nirs.
I : filling the thoughtful observer's mind npp T at lULl TidHs ruHI for ;lIlmi, .i"n -. grlI'd .f se
this where Charles ] npeIIint the Epn5Itton. .
: tgens? ILl.O41t
Secretary wanted.
city, -
I I. I with hopeful visions of resurrection and DRUG r \ \of 1 "-'' .!' :! L ''tn lInilh.t.I lu, .w.ud the Souvenirs: G'IV. G..,. P.. Drew. 1'. T:Stockton. Dr '
\V'man.can .at .once convince you a future life. 1 >w cans-. if ] : : & ".('<>. .l iis. Y. ['utter T. 8. Wilruath. J H. T'I'11. A.. W ('uckri-II -.Jr. "
; .
that "in union there is A sunset in the piney woods iaOWRIOUB :, th | 'siicuild, "! > o( ,'. 17--1 S S 9.- Balik All uf Jack"nu\'ile.orch'r fur tiCkets Jteksoiivilln sllllur 1.(' sl'nl t.1 W. B, Boris. it. President df the National: :

r Fertilizer has been strcngth.r BETOXD DESCRIPTION. W Fox. I I I I I : .: of u4- t Lk-t. '. Fla.. IIccl.mpallk"l 1y' the. 1I101le-.l fluaer
I seal as Jud. rl 6?.'. 850 1 1'"
t : all through the season, saving to the and must be SYQ before an idea of I its and. : I : : 5::.-, ;P 1 7:0 a7iSa Send \\r the Sfcn-tarv: for a Dill UN! fif nivenirs. -
\ r. \ P. 1 C
gurgtousnesa can be formed. What a ( ) F. :11 H : S.'Op 'SG.OOOlNPItOIUJIK( :: for COUNT. and IndiTidnal -
; '4 members, from three to five dollars -I ; P IS(,5 a Exhibits. .
grovelling pigmy is Art In Nature! And _COHII'V j3p 4SOa4ir Send for full lists. .
ton in cost. Now a car load of 3 ill'l'
per : l lI. lucky be who is privileged In see the effect 3 : 251 p 3 a a I;. l\ DILLON, President.
; berry crates just arrived will be divided I. '; | : 19 P ;3.11-
of colon when no\'S.3m.
spread upon God's oxncanvas. \ILLE.: Yr.% I j 1.4. .*: pj1215p S. A. ADAMS, Secretary. T
among the members, saving Imagine a hundred rainbows 19 !i.lNfl. i | '! lt 43p
. 11. fi-i:(\; : & JAS. M. SCHUMACHER: Treaa.
to each many dollars by buying i in placed side by side with the sun bdiHxlthem (( tf his i,, 1 | ,. \.. 94.'p) --- Is t:
of 1k !! !
.rt : !
quantities and at a t time when they if you cnu, and then you have I it. J. L. ) !e, lefopll at Cai--.>; i >i nia 12 i IUIO! U w p A-t-M-OftT: -
But terrestrial
the which
can be purchased at a low figure. phenomena fio; DK.AI.int ; \ :2.5j|" 7.)) n tOr
to complement! the heurcnly. also im ; iss\ ) 49a\ !45p

By bulking their products and ship pressive. An infinite quiet reigns over Drugs & .'J8 If K.E lie N-n.i \\ | 12*a 810p755p STEEEJ-:__- (cALL STREET) Jj 'LORIDATo oj'gST.A

I ping in car lots a great saving i ismade. the earth; a feeling of sweetest peace steals Siarke) his .. (02a c a) p inV Pairjns L'-
-. T l nf. said 1 Inn'l r!10 S7.i 515p3ip :and tlie genera) Public 1 \vott1uI'res1rectfu.ly: annci
In fact, these gentlemenhave over the soul; it is as if Nature wau:)ing Physicians': -s lit, .Ir. 20a 3!5 p that I am still at old Mnd pric
ready to serve mcnstc.rn ort.not.IC.
ft !' !( )! \* V i5.t : rs.on
F a working and her evening prayeis. The n.ke from the G-ucf'il'b CotHjHiviHlft .. As heretofore hall
system, :. ttt'jht cu. HesS-' I j I 14. _L| i4 I in the future UM-iny best endeavors to lUll
it has already been of vast import cnbin hardly dares to ascciid: every leaf ___ ___ ___ -| 52i 25PI out good work at a low figure. 1 solicit the attention of those in need ta f -
-' u i quut arid the air is HI intensely pure 4 40 | to "
: the member U. D. | Oarriages7 .
: ance to / I 4- 10 0 a
.1 L. that we may emell coffee astiuga mil; E..II.U:. < | ;121:Jl
16th. i.*9. LvAri ._ .
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and bear voices the ) -W-agoIJ..S
: Lake Bitler New kaUraad. away Mime tho Lvi\ !& .
The Southern aod Florida rail northern tourist who what of his s:
k Georgia ias seen of lh I I I 2 (iii r and CartS !
:. o road company buu laid their track into \ve4inve attempted to picture above has e before : 2 15 p 7 it-a ._ or any other style of '
Lake Butler Lnd by this writing freight realized much A hid inuUlincl dreams of Court. at :. > 122RI'Sa 2'Ip 65 a \

being hauled away from that place by su'nlrailroad. the splendid! fervid, bountiful incomprehensible :1 I 1O. I ; '( 11 ;\a 25.ja VE.HICLESPlows \
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Fla. H. i ; ,III re a 110 .
.* A. force of bands 1 Soul li. : .. I I : p
: large arc lit .r. ; I 6 T p. S n" I I ti 2 a 11 1C p
work OB llw trevlle across New river, and tnets to } : [ 8 20 a 9.Vi p Harrows
OCll lOOSI.IGUTIGIITI I 1 and (' \ Z21a! HlOp"OOp to order
when this Is done the track laying will 1 IC.d.4 must be enjoyed before all Brndftml's : 'Andrews) all J. ) \' 6,0 a! ..-

: hurried on to Hampton. Lake Butler is ehartns are known. The air is still and : Sunday 12. B. 1-1. d.titJ'i And other Farming Df
: Implements.{
'PN I\ I
located and of \ : cI. ; I!
DOW on a ndlrO'.ul one the ; w pure that every slur looks four times II BIt'CH.
most important railroads in the state. The I X. 5 o. REPAIRING of Vehielk B
ns big ns in the North. The dew drops on -v.INISTAZtKE.) ) Agricultural Implements Toolc
\ II roO a J 31 ,, Machinerjft
: laying of the truck into that little city .b the pilraclto leaves n-fl.ct the flood ot j:I 7 '5 a r>ai P p Guns, Pistols I ctc. made neatly arid Htioii, d ty by cii-erienced lee

". Close/! followed by % force of hands whoarc light poured upon thrin nnd look like .T! 'V} 1 ..a.mni'tr late <-f ; .:t!, L r !! : -- ., Workmen. Only the best materials used. 're ply:
; leveling up the nwl bed and putting lighted: chandeliers with penctint prisms .( hasf>I', < !hort'' d : HORSE) SHOEING
FlorMa: .Seieutiflc
& of ; Principles. 1MORGAN,8
on the fluiahing touches to the track. 1 tr. of crystal. The huge spidenvebs ttispended i LpcIat attention (given .otif>' ell IM-I S !_.._._r-W: ;a. m.-
W. U. River, of HUrfcc. purchased 200 betwe n the pines look 'like filigree 'locks and Jewelrv. Ac.. to flf! St. Louis.IOTI.u l'in aUf
at rraonsble prcer for& "\ on or
: balcj of,cot tun from M. L. McKinnpy- work of silver btudded with diamonds, >. !!!. on 1'.C"I n 1 Wei .

I '*, ,-' bad it. aliipped op the ue\ ''railroad. on and' Uberou Uinuelf might be satisfied I WE treat and the eli ) -I3.JUULI1 BAZAARlP.
I CCKE, or >o .
-1 Wednesday of this week. This was the 1 with one of them lor u bed spread. Every ic IMSEAKTO this ( )."Dado Apopka.City

first freight from Lake Butler )11'W.I I sound is magnified a hundred fold; I the and VAL bv : MAI4-HCK-5.! Miy 24th.. I !

W. Cbaputan shipped kOO? Loxet of orange gathering mist veils the tops of the pit it.S nults MEN' ,of and. '" [ ] County I .' 'for. all Tarar points s O. BUILDING.
Thursday and other shipments willow until their rl".nd. St. F!-
;, straight ncms louk like I the I JSKllla'jitsar' 7 CO A is,. ID IE '
t. % follow, in fact all freight to\nd reeds of a gigantic oriruj. And nil Nature lance and maenlflcent and the \ S I HAKE. 1, of "Brunswic'c.COnnl'CIs .ILIE IRS IICT

from Lake. Butlcr'will now go over I thenew plays upon Ibis organ; the hart-bent tones tlon.PKIVATB Hook LYIHG-IN of Me, Jl vitb(' -(1 1C90) I I Chatt SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY OF! ALL KINDS, AGENTSMThz'

road. The people of that place are are modulated by a huiidn-d cche ; IhuMine Home Cum, VK-CE. DK. Bradford sale. I will{' I I Louis and
rejnicin and well they be, us until of the ICAL. & HCUGIPAL I? } ,
may solitary I1oi-.nuitLt. the balking Spruce Strtit, >* \ hi h<-t :. ': Express daily tal1
this event they have been 16 miles away of the dog. the 'looting of the owl, :FilUJite:s to the in' : I I creamers 'or 9S,

; from railroad transportation. And all the ecicAin of ll\-i wildcat or the mccoon. To He-establish : .South i! c-nnectors! at SKA-SIDE LIBRARY AND
I a l,1t'st. FINE CIGARS. f
;as r j
Bradford n'y feels a throb of joy over the roaring of the alligl\tor-all I these IN OF CIRCUIT FLORIDA.COURT., 4TH. ; nori!!"a-t Ea>>t ar.d ttVgl.i --
t the which e>t hlf of n steamer Ciry
prutfpt-nty is sure to cope to sounds this litvs LBSCRhI'TIos
tnuii flood
organ > into a In the matter of tho \:t .>>n. Atlm'a. RECEIVED FORANY PAPER OR 3JAG.ZISF.IOrder.
iI .
-. beautiful Lake Butlor.I .. i>f music of iudeccribabli! sweetness which B. UrannlnR and T. C. Mid ( Clli'ilctl a lint prompt. nlenlinngivenu to same.
Lake Butler Lodge No 5S ter of section na di'a for '.- -- -
- ; Lake Butler U rurroundrd by a great charms the ear and soothes the snul. But ed Masons. re-eit&blish IS esst. Jacks-nvKIe .

: many fine orange groves winch will fu rn. hush-do you sec those shadows there? 'Amsnda E. Preston. "Rosa-14. b Hon. : 12:13,\:rrf'n.noon. KEY & 00. I

.: ish a great deal it f freight for the new road Isn't it Pouce de l,con and his baud seeking Bl&utou. her busba d.\ I : (' r Donncll I.
and its flrit" her hiibbund, Walton !{. lor !- V. &, I''A. -
< ycafa business will be a l large the spring of eternal youth? Na. if Preston heirs of FrancU and also by I I ;
thin The above naraf! dt'l i .
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-- they came here they would seek it no person Intere-teJ will of 'ale.'Ish. I STATESVLLLE:7 N"_ 0_; 4i.
longer-they bad found it! No. what above-named plaintiff wi'i :1. "
Tbe Georgia legislature nt iu Judge James M. Baker... Couiml iui Q1STIIIBKS I
Msaion sublifched n-ccnl you see are only H few deer This novel! Court, at Jacksonville. AND JOBBERS IX -
a girl* industrial colItgevitb 'th day nf March. 1830. for
.an apLnipiiaUoo of 35,000. In entertainment has beeu too much for you Ing a certain deeJ made bv J 1. .. PURE NORTH CAROLINA HAND fADE
,r' Jit located at MllIedgevHle. and your imagination is running ii iol! now d 'cea ed bearing P
L B Rhodes. H. F. Voric M. : FLA. t
,4L IL Go to your hotel and.before you goto of Lake Butler Lodfre No. 52 I 1'M'). I .
Ocala i getlinp .ft'tId1'or a cnincj ilik lead the latest ed Mascna. situated Lake the foUo\\rr'! CORN
-: ,clay at its tjcml-TrnpicxI sleep 1I."uu.lof the blizzard ..f Bradfurd. and cl [h.IS'\:. of his inten-J WHISKEY
Exposition. the ( :
UndouMe ( \ .
the uonhwest of hi4
of Lot
tributary fefal n will scud lea Tin?a 40 feet Etivet, to before W. T (
a large army of product, attracted !li y n I intoxicated MiiCes and :insure sweet drtams west ty-efght and one l | before of his I at Start ". APPLE AND PEACH BRANDY Por

feature will* !rfffr be of the premiums. A kpccl.il the rest of the night Verily ours i is a eostm thtnosouth"- hrhl seventy and )- X ,, y.It .

subordinate atirncitons. goodly county that needs but be sn-h I to I thence north ee"enty I 1"V. Florida n. E. I .\IM! Snl oM-fashionei
atnung wl.icU will be found the cyclorama nine,beinir the SX of Lot H E. : See 2Ipi PmjirJK'.rs of thoW>ratoil f'KEY" Jiraml] of.
of Utv bnltlc of GeU11burgi Olle uf lIu be lotcd. The Italian says: "See Nap 1(9.. of It ine2) E, which tald d l itus-c Tpb S K-ii.se 1 !- '), witnl's..4. H.XILDE: CORN \V1IISKEY, parkwi in cases of .

4t 1 moat tJt wcrJcJ.InleresllDcaD4 thip ngptnt ng and,then die." We say. See Bradford and I dehtroyed.L.: B. RHODES, I : l.olrJ ai.-l.ciil.i J.t'k: I. : I ,s<.'"E.IIr"'lI.nd Harrison. I outiloztMi! hottles.Luwi' .- Ilea 81

lire. A tt'y for Petition. ... *-.n, Thom- ,. icut
l? (b. IMO ( all of ; >I j.-if-s| fiinisfii! *
*c .3ia >CJI, :: (: Register. I 1 vhast-rs.. tu :1 I'pIrC:1:IOfI, ia qtiinItie* to 81ert.'
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BRfl .C.QUIQ'Y. TELEGRAPH Tiinugh'atD or Brx5ThexAR1naYbe. .} .. B.. Jfihnstonjwjd & f ; '. ', ,r -
Friday niglH was voted a success by ; ._ .' t There. IlJbe'>. an uo-1atLnnt1ie '. c .:.

JYA[ \ '- ------. = It meaix you'reDrEThlspaperee everybody.. Look" out for a masquerade D.npi.nri1ieG. rgia, Conference ire! .. : ..,...."'; 1 t.,rwl teachers p ntf"&jfii.i. '. .. o"e ).
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1j I ; Dec. 6 1889.iafFaii's. .: 'I1 Xt. .1 expected iolH-giu a meeting *tjbeMcjth. ': ;'-5-.. .-'. -,'r on FrMay'iind Saturday the'lStis and. $
0.e. j I Stance, Fla;, Com< 1n and 108m. odibt'' clmrcn"here nexISuayTh tf&i&y& d** .r :, _' 7 X """ ''' ***** **"" !
'I The of --;* ; ". :,Jl i t'1t'11. ,who are teaching lath*.coanJT 7 .' .
Just amount.yThen .. Mrs. M. A. McChm) Winchestcr forriTer gtDtleman 4'r. '.. ..
-= I .".e'JIo turn' Was onttJ n rn mbcrwf : N *** who ncconrcimvb
< :i'tIp.erons U !
I The count.* and two sons Bertie and **. i.. '. "'_ -rj""r rxpect \e1F ,.
Ivy. Florida
money the Conference Hud tntioncH : S S
>HGafnesville ;. .,
: : ii < >
: invited.
: rt are ;.cordially Paper.. t 7- .
D. ;
iII Turner, are visiting at Rev. G. ,' .- *- !
n. '.Go hnme new made. .' having graduateil it Emery 5'.a, -
For City Marshal. And full of restYourprintr's Tinner's. Mrs. McClure( and Mrs. nail .--.t-_fT. c. .. on d 1g. .Geog pby. Spelling and i' ",
paid.A Heury College he via afterward :- .; .%Arithmetic be.reaii 1
will J C. Witon.J.
7$ The frielhl.f )Ir. D. L. A Iran tnk i d you are blest. Turner are sisters.A : transferred lo ;. ,,'." fi :
In'preseniinRliIni to the citizens ;Garght. Quite recently I. .;: B..Smith,',.-IL.UalDptoll and 8.- fl.1trt 'A $

.""' 1k ., of pleasure Starke fr City Marshal and earnestly The town is full; of strangers. collection of $5 was nftule in these brethhQliaVe; been greatly blessed in '.. ; .". : .: t Hea.Uey also aa essay Ny J. B. Wilson. J.' ..

solicit their supprt. I the Methodist ('church last Sunday their nnifttHtVangeliatic labori AU Chrislians ". : s. IlESDLST. '
the banana down ,
'IlIENDS Up went for unfortunate but are nskrd to ttt-ndance .q
an appnrent'y co-operate by ; .

I, AK1K0POWDER I resoectfully announce myselfa candidate the o.cl'coat.Ormgl's respectable) family, eir route from and prayer ,,and.those who arc not mem -..l'J" {,'. = : CHOUP.JtUWTOOCARD At:
for City Marshal and .solicit the are being shipped by the Texas iC'V )do, who had walked hers of any church are most earnestly: invited :.i.t:4'. .. .. TUK D U"'o'.I1tt
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; Croun the terror of mothr
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to take in young
part and slu.re the benefit j
Starke at tbe ,
city .
: of the voters car lead from Starke. alter! their out. ? "
d stippprt money gave of the meeting. -T.- if'J. espeC'lldly during the *rTy winter .
. election. ... _- ,*. .. \ 'k. ...'1'h. aa it i ha then matt prevalent. Tu.- ,
} ?. noMJK08WOKTII. Major Hill knows howto sell land The cannery question i? not dead, .. ',JJro" ". -,
-,. .,.. .. J'U.1I them rttncuriilng ilia caua. flrsfr _
I& myself nsa aK well as to run schools. as may be thought because! not ,-.; aunnyc; I'i'...c.".';.I..'. ., "-"If4- : ;, .,. symptom. treatment a.i4 how to pr5 5y j- ,; '7
: I respectfully nnnoum-e ... .#' >: "
Mo "
mentioned it of late. The Winter has 'w'r r : 't. :- -4 '
Pure. IIlIct ask ih" "
- 'j Absolutely candidate for Town !tllrl hI\1. ) Look out for Christmas advertisements cannery ", Th"t <
1-t' : 1
; n : of the voters of the city at the has simply passed fram t1 e.u\'teto, see tbe frost.Mr. ,f. "r.-w- ; ;. -'-. cbtldreutjat. "
o''J'j ; of suffrage in our next issue. :s re.eabjeot 1tjk.co1ot \ _
-' 1 This powder never nrle .A man..J lore econuudcaLa. purity. coming city election. If I aim elected' 1 the death like chrysalis state and John F; ,;.\t" .' T .*., -. vnry easily and retlp i. ahnu.t..un to .
r nttb aDd 'holesomeo" 1 110M InmIjua of my salary; One dollar cash for the TELEGRAPH of_ 'I -:' r..!lmv. Th flnrt ot 1'
Lbe ordJt1uy Idods. &hd ca Dot I will pavrnyassMantsont pays will soon come out a ullfledged butterfly any., r.h .J} } .eymptoina croop is }
I II DlQltitud ot low tit.u linnl out of town fre nil the tii !1"'T ;r JI.trlUM1ell. It U &' .
with the Sold unit i-efee tu till Jail 1st, 1891. havoc with syrup t; "ft", _." 4. pecaiiar hoaraeoeac, '. ..
I hart wtlght. alum or pho.pMte powd.00..1IC1 I rubbish arcumtd'.led] in town and light ready to play your Thereof -t .Ji, .! ,..'fI .? >n.ily recojc lz8d arid nn' beard'alwayart d
SDA iu CIUI'.' OVAL Bal G Powr'a. in order fruits vegetables.. J ,' ui t. two
11 nnd kiep the street lamps : Wliat\ is Bradford county goingto : ; aUy a day or -
w1suet.ZeWY0rl .. 1.1 -.< .
r II. AUSTIN. -t f ,; the attack the cblUl I Ixworaes hoars
do for the Sub-Tropical? Necessity is a hard rider with' I 1; .. : :_ ind irrndn liv
M. P. : .'F..A. ,, '* ,; '. ulitweiivinptouu* of faAVf -
; Tate Powell, I announce mvwlf aA a candidate for Mr. IX Newinghara soon expects cruel spurs, who will compel tlje i ".'. 1.p.t c f. -"t-J:"" : -"., -.1 "lx *keii 5". 4d.' and tI.i.i i 4. where the -'SI
office of Town Marshal : ';' i' n..tHk.e U usual! m-nJ*.,.the IModur .
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[PHYSICIAN AND SIJBGEON, and re-election solicit the support of the citizens. ut to open a til'!t.c1ass harness store. poor horse to a speed that the good : .. 1. .i-Ji ;i A& ''. thinicing the.eI1L11iajii.L.. taken cold :.
w- horse attain. This is Starki'imtransition : .
election. IleMpcctfully. cannot a iFv.till no <*peviai' uttciul.u until awakened .;
IEBr SlARKErALvAREz, FLORIDA. the con.ing town Eo D, WALL. E._)1. Williams. & Bros.,_ Hampton period. The fact that she betfndo. Id -"h v.'.. J.1' ....',;..1 f. _i'. .._. la the night fey le' violent euujhtaz S ....1'f.

--. -- have Spanish peanuts for sale. now competitors will r a e'her Our JM! 4 -r11' .' ,.. ,f ; ;., '. :a. f Jlwhltd.. finds the-bild Jia thePt1I .,
.J' ( ; itd rvuieinbon U 'aul n. eiild nr
For City Clerk. election off the to exertion and things want itoon t"Ir.t-. ,.- .. ,L.. '.. :
City comes on 17. people great .. .- IAteft b ianit far a dxyur t<*v.Th* dime
The friends of Walter Wills respectfully ; Be sure and vote for progressive will result. Stand from tinder! .fliichiurthfflfj 1 IJIt r.."_ .:.t) '.J=. <. '. .:.' ." : Ita set ..wIK'n the hi'il .l r<. I)5(1tliPS .. !. -,
I DEALER IN | announce him ns a candidate\ for City { also the'Ic1J4J; ',.V : hearse .or shows ttYPlltCm.it 11nhuc1

Clerk, and ask n united support of the men. Our old friend John T. Stokes, at Mr. J. U. M;; rVrhns: ffir.sli S takeN olJ 1 ; if Ctiamt .rlatnKeiuedy '_ 4t'0I\J .

; AN.JJ' void nt 'the coming election. These cold dayahave been excellent one time editor of the East Florida the roads $io the co'unt) lb and ., all la freely given fr'iuon. tblt-th. .j
S t-nnxlacwy to witt d< :
crimp" Maep arauvl
1 BUYER. For City Tax AMHCHKOF. for buying molasses and selling Courier, now defunct, wan in town has them io rOPdCOildliq S 4". .,5-' S ml "tDler b*>'avnild.| .' .'or..1e bf

COTTON 'thlllVC.k.. lie is Let us liiTyeVCbrlst RIVKn.. & JOIC '
and I hereby nnnounre myself for reelection wood. one day just recovering 5'.5 .-.vtS1---, S KB.r .._
as we have/ii>t had s .
to.the oftiee of Town Assessor nndhiilicit from dangerous accident 'At"" ,. a. .rha lh.4 Nkt U. .
The TELEGHAHI to ubsjrib- Cnrl ilm r ?
;D BOARD OR UOOMS. I the suffrage of the volets at Ihe new caused by a ;f-mivJibrse.. ; Friend 44..' I /&f4J; f's. I ia day Uk* these the milLie fair -..

I WANTED-A few Uoardci on CIIIllIr'g'Iecllon.. Rip., 1'. W. SWEAT. ers till Jan. 1st, 1801 for only one Stokes 1uokm08tthor 0t1gi1ist. h.ut 1 be CtunegnlnIn .r : 'I k ;,: Fats on a heavv.dr** ,.
y dollar.Tin1 \ .*daistblorthtotaketh.lrS.
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1 J reasonable terms, or will let Room, Sowing inachincH cleaned and 1 re assm-ed us .b r. hia ,;lts te1hn 1 tMtJ'llht AM e'I.'e.CO proAUh -* .iik c,.. .

[either furninbed or unfurnilied. school I hoard have granted n ; 8 ach so*call ibis "pleldh& fun /- (
- paired. Apply to J. I B. David, at 'I''I'"hat The cbarmlnz IUtl... Show .
". Call or address election to the Starke ,mib-rchool wovld lOse .. the cruel one
on now .J5'4.- 1"
store of K.Al. Alvarez.ArrL'ed "\ arc : t 1pr ". ; ic If Mho WM yresM< tJooNf'Jt v /. .
MRS. F. B. JONES, W district. t I ,\\e .' ?.) ) S -RastnaCouri.r. 'j5 '_
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qnired a o' ,
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ST A lutE, another car load of the popular Miss Ethelyn Richard is visiting Ww lake \ 'ikiff' .j g \ -ti, t-t: & SaV' showed ISIS ell.s4 .., :

I For Saile.Ncnr8tre "SWEET HOME FLOUIt. in'Fernandina with her aunt, Mrs. tree vloselv.knottiest oking r r'. ,.S ) I' fl ai..daytOfl 0tT'n : 4; Our traveling men tat a rule are tutu of .. \tij.
This flour lius feet satUf.ic- find I1Iflk'K IiIL lively!dlsponitii. They make a'.gOrut .
I given pel Bunker.Mrs. tliinj&gW: to ; :; ; oV.15lhi, I i "
Im.reac.aon" ou lUe Iie
lion and the sales of it have exceeded into rustic cliaOSiMd sofa ." granted forbiidg S p I'yllieirCSXIW. .o;: ,
Grovo ? "W'hytlon't big mauuers, but when the true fvotlenaa. .
Two-acre Ornngo R. C. Heibergor has returned ollursMis. bUrt .t.j.ll
and TEACH TREES. GOOD our greatest expectation Try from her extended visit Washing you buy pome of them cows, KeziahlUn ia phd with kind ,autl vyrapalhetlc impal. aat|...:. '
PECAN Bet2T)1ttjf
RTU4WBEBHV LAND. a barrel.I lleibcrgcr & Richard. then?" "The, du-keii' Do you think feet : for ,1 4-S.tiling ..icMileracs'i known only !... .t 4.'; ..

in stock of candies and crack ton, IX 0.Omanges. I want to sit down cushions!" long unt1-3fr4i; iYe! < ',0 : .1i bE /.the Uctivftt order i. to W shown.v j11. 1
Inquire of U. I>. 3IINEU.OctllSni A fine on pin creek betweeuI3urrJt S : I .i -urummt'r" 1 is hot behind his feifiwv 9i r

[ STABKE.. FWRIDA. 4:1'8I. Walter Wills. are now ripening np "Dearest Iduna," said GustavnsAdolphus Petitions tor grii hiuid uve ,r f, : Cuot C. F. Ifl t- one of the motnkWJ'.o .:
nicely. Cold nights ate necessary to until next meeting '4P''flie>iistia) :. f': knoWn In the
The celebrated Capitol and Kentucky Bobbs his '" : traveling men snnthwrfteta .
as girl stopped pauper allowance Hmatifit'nraoSheriff $74 00 I2.-' ', iIi
ACHING sweet fruit.i "iRot from a bottle ofUnd's V'M,. t j. :
'i/ : yml
Jewel sold exclusively .
stoves arc under the last lamp on Call street, feedfog prisoiifers V 2160) ,.. ". -/ Cahtnya Tonic for my llttto d. r '
fa.lac |1\1'] td Ind ,Ire'UT I by Truby, Sternbuig & Co. Matthew Knight from Mid- services btmrd tut. cnmm'gsiiS 00 5-' '
ud with Thanksgiving night to look at.the tar hIJwlIJel"l prnclraiea wHI.. t; :to f"-
= loutdeitroaItioaof We positively assert that we havea i'burg, has moved with his family I new moon, "I fear that in justice to \V II Tnylur, burying Mrs. Hen I onTELEOIUPU. 7.00 and w.e virry weak and bad fto.P 1'.j a' ;
uerre. 4 pubi'g election result 1.50 0-4? She hud not used more baa bait the ho 1. -
larger stock of goods than any into town. you I must break our D B I"
up engage- Knight, county comissioncr 6.40) tie brfore its !!IIul&n excclleftf ddpetite ;
Abc.lledTeeth two business houses in the county. ment. I don't think. can make my EATodd -L': 360
Mr.V.. Adams, from Norfolk, .:' : and recaiaed ber'strength'witblttoaUb ,(4'i
.uccelllluIJ.1 Truby, Steinburg & Co. Va., 5 iA in the wholesale fruit business way in the world; my steps are toilsome K M V SrnllhV; 620 ing rapldky. I believe II t. .a> 'SceJil:

treated. 30 City Lots !&' sale cheapCentrally and it seems as though my feet A Todd, cnnvassfngehctionMV 360 ". (. It-uttook. This {rtttt Tonic is seldbf' '.
I In artistic in thi city. Smith. *. ; '
TKETII adjusted an 6.20 .
PIVOT '; ,
Krars &Joiner. t. '
located. Apply to N. J. wt-ie ft.Ut.'red"l', I thoughtso .' S5 ..
and serviceable manner. J II Moore, bridge work T&V 29.00 jkS 1',1 ., '::" 1 .- "f-J
Jones, Starke,_PI:. There H not a vacant store build- myself," broke fair Iduna "and \ 1 Weeks, Cl'kand aud'r/jOct.. 15.00 ; ;". "'. I "fflTe your wl/e no nktnd.or. .a4-i': -. 1-I 04 2 c'-7
in! starke.. Those who want to have \icndcred insist in W T Weeks clerk niyl auditor ,1.. ,"';" = .. "it Call her -pet'aDd'littli bIrd.* ... -'. 'I'.jf.
\VM. M. 19.00 ) II
\ DEHART We have now a supply of Her- why you '" .'.w'... .".. -,." I FrolM her eye*,and mouth aad, Jtale 'tit ..t' *.
rent must build. On ihutiuu board' adJoutd, .r .t Be her larer ; ..'
elevens. Yon where
inuda onion seed. We wearing surely could ;.. r.- : < erery ; ;
purchase ',, .
I DENTIST JLSPRUCE ST., STARKE. .g; W? T. i Attention show no other". ', : tr..
these seed direct from the Bermuda Mr. J. C. Bee1', Jr., i is mariner a wear hines if you tried to. Yet, Iolllln't Cieil: and Auditor ..' 'r' : _. j "'Eager o t her errand nta;' :' ,

WORK.All the Including most approved"PuiiB styles PARA of GUM.PLATE" islands. Full supply I of J Kuist's; garden boss newspaper for Lakeview. That I \ ) mind it ff you could) break Road :.:S' 1 --J'4. ka.jcft ._"..<'-. ., This And tout she will your become goodneai your rave.its,.".. "t"1'a" '. ,'.

Cominlcaloncra .
Broken and crooked PLATES mended seeds on hand. These seeds are city ought to flourish. yourself from stepping on my toes." Board of road supericleudeuts lUeetliic.met nt .... "...;.'. ('eaCJrlaelac .. 5 m. Jj" .
and smooth as wbeu first made fresh this .
strong grown year.ileiberger Two barrooms have been open in A friend from the country tells 10 u. m.. December 2.1;\Pre -nl Thomas ,. S.1Dm&D.1.bu.t&ACealthAa bees pzov 1a'aI.k" j .
fflq Teeth Extracted without Pain or fcRichard. the following i improbable story.: The A II Williams? W D Alvarez. '. '<*: & ft.B.BoUnle filowl RUm)."bthe Woo44polmlB.
1 Danger. New laisuis, currants, prunes citron Starke now one week ind. no increase road runs near his dwelling. One J M Johns. Dud E Mutt.' Board organized The two parallel" lines :J.enclosing! $* Skim Co. AUa ",will cam U 1-

) I Terms CASH. and iiiiiict in drunkenness. : by (h. lIng J M Johns chairman and A H Its worst phases even when an other peiti.ss.
meat at he discovered his ..
day to horror-he tins would if .
Williams si-cretary. Minutes o! last ni'-t- never meet .ev 'nJ extended fal1c. f t
V MANGE COLLEGE Truby, Sternbnrg & CoY Tho Ftrcet lamp arr a great addition is a strictly temperate man-that hag proved.. IVtitiou if f II Bitch for to the sun. One A.P.BruncoD. Atlanta.:Ga.., writ**':.;:.**I?bad.1

\ t' hone on hand the best a soft- to the looks of Starke even if near the farther side of the road, opposite bridge across V1IterJak'pproed by the ,- ..represent. 2< nmali r ulcers on one leg and I oa.the'. II

) Ij located at i ment of furniture in town at the they don't give any light. his house, was a big pile of county cnmmisMoners n:d-Cj'fCopti-il by N. J.J1LES. ': and f ext greatly aroctrated._ I ballera factnaDr -. .
I STAUKE. FLORIDA. I this i board and J..M Johns arid ty DANvattz 1 swat owed barret of medtdae la vain eflerta ta '
lowest prices. Give us a call before t'ml'ty'hi} -kcy bottles.) Thinking the other the r ch
) and Tlio Bradford County Bank will were appointed tn get up pecificitions. res' m" .$n. cure the disease. WithHtUe hope I Ananractet }
) f Bering a nine months'with s"ion on Sept. 2 1. 18S9.f purchasing. I open on the 15th. So writes the this some enemy's work, to make Petition Thomas; J Dckle and in Starke. AthbE! .$" all beau on the upj advice of*friend and got a bottle ;

, i A SCIENTIFIC. MUSIC\L. MATHEMATICAL Truby, Sternburg & Co. cashier to Rev. Mr. Tumor.Tlu liiin out. a hypocrite, lie concealed) others for bridge actors Five mile creek, ''h" of B. Is.B. experienced change, and my
AND PRACTICAL COURSE OF InniM-lf" cummibstoncis in the I saDe directitexpect li'can ever despondency wa somewhat"'dispelled- kept
the that approved by county was -'l.
IXSTKUtTION. We have accepted the agency for near place night, uslugtt until I had taken U bottle and all t&n f.* .
) Williams county comrm<* ionpr<; 11:1\"P\1 armed with a to await the evildoer. accepted by tins boaid. and E MoLt A H to come u ; :.' in ulcers.rrunsmnaa4 ether horror ot blood '-
TUITION PER MOKTH:-Primary $1 51 Interme1ia' CLuk's high grade fer gun Williams and Thomas Goodwin 2m "oldda nave disappeared,and at I. I am sound
I 'e, J .OO. Hliher. .1 C). Instrumeutal Music tilizers. These last resolved to build a hiTli board: Soon after dark two owls appointedto LOW, 'ObJ ad welt again after '
, $J.uo. U:ot lD..lrUmeot $1.00. good are not an experiment fret up specificilions. J H Moore's bill : '* aa experier.c of- twenty-,

race TERM but are used extensively at fence around the (county jail. lit upon the pile, each carrying a of $29 for fixing 9 bridges ordered puld t '. eari4ttfluPe.Koi C Wiird.Jilnxer.Ha..writes: "Mr,dbe*-

or 14.fire 19.Good .Months to Count?Pupils Begins. Oct. Mandarin the pioneer strawberry King Cotton i is leaving: Bradford l>olle! in its beak. The mystery was Petition of S F Smith tt :uI reconsidered as he buys for spot as ,; aocllmys wag pfoaouaced a tertiary Corn.f blood pofaoa.My '. .

GS Board at$3 00 per week. anti l the owlseie killed. and referred to county commissioners.Following in immense face hraa and shoulder wwe ITIAM of corrnptloo -
section of the explained quantities.
state. Strawberry County the car load. The ,and finally the disease began eaUngmy -
The Principal will tate as nay fur cnl ex- crop petitionsere reconsidered 5
63"d. pe-nsesFirm Produce and Stock, and will give will find it has turned On removing the )bottles lie next skull boDes My bones ached.ar ndneyf went
growers advantageous to out quite well. amid referred to county commissioners J deranged. I tost flw h and strength.and Ute be- ,
low rate* for all very FACC'LTY-G. P. Yorso Principal and teacher use them. Ieiberger & Richaid morning, :i dead owl was found beneath I JnBoia t-t al. J II. Uowlitig et ul and W came a burden. All said I must sdrwly die, but ,. .
In the Commission men are pcarce this i in'nr. nevertheless vbea I ad used 10 bottle of B.It ; ..
Hixner Depirtment Mb ELLIS DAVIS them Its "relatives and bClrs"haJ E Watniiirhtet \. J II Moore's {
'ri. report B. I was pronounced welL Hundreds ol '
teach-r In/the Apples, cabbage, >h icar* : .
Intermediate Dephrtui nt. Mrs. potatoesand Mo of the
" D. I.TILOH K.ur.teacher In the Primary Department onions, houcles) ham mackeiel st oran! twelve raontli
before leave the received. over
Jrnal aud ia itusic. All teachf n are Ondiiatf-s. they tree. monument t' buzzards from County commissioners -
cod: fish, dried apples, gold-I1IPllal: keep having returned petition. of W E Wain- csovS 4 W r -S

A TTE1rTIOrIwberry syrup at lleibiTgt'r & Richard Dr. G. F. Center, of Jacksonville devouring the corpse. tight et al as granted .the Starke and Florida S."'. c.a.--. .

will bo at Dr. J. 1 L. Ga!kin drugstore \\ aldo road by way of double bridges BTultReport.. r. .,. .: .
lcb'at Apples allies onion .
pot etc. at
$ Growers. Walter I on Wednesday the 11th. across Alligator, 18 now a public road rlo (Up tri Dec. 5th' t8llO;)
Wills = ;iv5iip day was duly celebrated'I business '
more appearing board adjourned. Prom a careful cpmpilaiimt ot. the"records 'it
' The CelebratedWILCOX&QISS Georgia list-proof: heed oats at Mr. '. A. 'W.irren of UeFuniak uy services in the lull which the Indies i' J. 11. JOHNS. Chairman.: '..'. of Ac variowJwmnR .'pointepmnM .

Truby, Siernburg' & Co. Sprints i is visiting with his people, lisa.the tastefully occasion sod There elaborately decoratedfor 'I''I A. II. W U.LIAlIlJ.Jerk.. a -S for otrtiMifg Ekiriments of oran jc (coniplcted --

in the wi-re only twoears" :- 'r todayDec.: 5th) tbe Florida Fruit
For trunks, satchels and 'valisesgo Wainright neighborhood.Mr. of corn nnd thc pumpkins hail I evidrntly 'l School Board Meeting. S 5- Kxchauee .ascertain: that soraetliinf over -

Truck Farmers Truby, SternbiTg & Co. Wm. Mitchell! i j" offering his i.ll gout into pies but there was u Board ,convened Dec 2d at 10 a. m. .1- S 475.0110 DpjH' of orangts bare l Iteell-shipped
Special remarkable collection of Members all Minutes of last
vines. '
The finest lake for present. ; out of tbe stale for this mouth of
cream cheese in Crosby sale Lie
town property Petition ,-
l. evergreens, wild wnod slirubs making an inecliiig approved. of G P Young November \wt.tbirda alibis
the only genuine nnd reliable is kept by Walter Wills. wmt"to return to his motherland, almost solid luik; of bloom ncroji the for rent for school building re 1 used. The '. < :. :Rihy! kM; over been-ntaotate'y green and large ahrccj

STRAWBERRY FERTILIZER hole end of the Lull. of Jeff Underhill qu
others asking .
Smoked halibut at, Mr. Steward from Fornandinn petition and SS UftWN inferior U other ropectrf.
en the market, J : I for schoulut! the church ..
Mrs. L. A. HuMinell of Chic has Baptist was Is wonder but prices bare ruled
Trubyy & lg0. u any _
Order filled direct from the '..ctory.or Sternbnrg Co. nent the greater part of the week sent down a liuidic: dolLrs with which rttuvd. Ft. Call school appiopriationwas low? Is Dot tile wwuder rather thai tbe

growers "upplle&ly In gerts' hats we have large as. in thp city, a guest of the Commercial to piiichiisr A pulpit set for the new Methodist raised to $35 per month. Petition of prices hftve hold u'o u& well .s Ihey hue

-a TUUBY, bTERNBURG & CO., Kortmeiit at reasonable prices. hotel. t:lunch.A A Crosby et ul fur Ihe Sinkhole H.-hool to Tbis vili bu'A red-letter seuor Honda a

Ce'rt STARK, ."L.at. m"\Ulal'tur,11J Truby, Sternbmg I & Co. nephew and niece. of Mr. T. L_> nk be established on old site laid over. Petition in the -cnry o( nntnge marketing if the
prlCto, freight a1lded, Tax Collector Hale lost his overcoat and a sUtcr of Mr.I \V. 11. Kemp are visiting (If Benjamin Hick >cks et al asking ,. LTnwcrs will but takes .vdvauU of thuiropportunit

Th6 WILCOX & 1IBBS Gunno To.' Currants, citron, raisins, nuts, etc., the other night bv sneak thieve' their triends here. that change made in appropriation for }-, Atop ,turvttinMuf. ia be J0M-

rn 148 Bay Street, Savannah, Ga. at Walter Wills. and Mr Ervin 'Johns lost all her Mr. J. W. Biuhriell 1m* returned from' Thc"nlILnd Palestine .hools.( refused. ; cut coudiUon i>f market all inferior flnAv -

\of Ladies, go to Walter Wills to get Chicago in restored health. Pi-litioo of school patrons of Starku and nnd MM.! uotliiug but. high grade sad 4.
RIVERS & JOINERrDEALERS spoons. vicinity asking for a separate school dis- stock. wbi.hl i d. ,
dried fruits for strictly vptn ripe ,4 .
your Xmas cakes.WANTED Mr. J. 0. Weatherwax hns invented .
II iet, granted, and all former orders in
The tallest inHwl .t fir The marktsl kow "
cane of the .q
IN sugar "hand fertilizer planter: which ., q'
-> -500 live quail deposits lime mutter rescinded. Petition of Provi- i w"tdll risequmckly'irtbeiutmamdireaua .
season was brougnt to town by Mr. the fertilizer and rovers U. all with t'n.vpwnrt1 knok'ncysnol .r'i1tJf
onemotion. ilence colored school to move tchool site, .
\\ .
alter \Vi11 h..rlfr.fn t1
Shoes ,
.. John Hall. For sale I It WUI,ks much on the .- : io
; at Heiburger very prin- granted. The Dowling school appropriation .
, M cut of It for few week 'Ap
Next J were kept a :.\7
Monday we will have & Richard's. ciple of the hand corn planter. was raited to $25. Appropriation .
IHatisand open uuil Ub t tuS and
PIeS ( r gnvu > foreign .i' .
I,, for; inspection and sale the largest The Messrs. Cruwshaw are erecting u for Hope church school wt s raised to ,15. 1 ;'. fruit stein tdmrt ttipply la all lines..and $ ;P1-

O1ot4 and most complete stock of fancy Truby Sternburg & Co. employ large packing houcc. Hampton school appropriation was made :the remainder of our short crop will brinjt >.

.-. ,gGents' and: holiday goods ever brought to 10 men in their orangn packing Our Principal. Miss McCulley, seems to $j5 a ii-outh. Following warrants \\ere ,the lied prices known in year it baodlca t'.t1I !i;

this market. house and ship 3 car loads of oranges possess the happy; faculty of securing issued; I to *diuiilgeIn a aauath! ihe'Akoly'lhat 1." J 'jo" :

.4 Furnishing Goods. week.A obedience from children without corporal W K Uennetl building purposes $25.00N : gri&t.kct c\.o he.IiL.'d1 ami kis.gulte' : r "
Truhy, Sternbtirg & Co. every A Clyatt, 85.00 .'ft
punishment. By systcb.. of merits and : by Februarjr the high .grsdes < _
DRY GOODS&NOTIQtIS. Irnportedfazicy flannel at very large number of the county's Umeiits. monthly reports n loll of honor D L Plullipi, 20.00 ., S will'locehi*. The firs fruit to lor.J .
low prices. teachers were in town Monday to etc.. the pupils are so stimulated to l be It U 'Y'nu 4 2500 : w"rrttlm.Ln w1e4 eagerly hoag tp t 4
"I rfcct" every day that few art found Arch Moore. 800i nt good prices. As soon as th81OW'e"' flY. :4r _
Trl1h their
Hnbig"just received large stork of )', Sternburg & Co. contrails from"the. hnp.rf cl." EG Hill. I 6000 : f rut: i-u-lw.-d I the consumer baying ceased,.... .. .r:.'

aM.we KOO'J.\Ve" "!prepamt to An oppoltunity to obtain a tine school board. Mr. Will E. Saylea. of Michigan is VISiting M L Doudas, 50.00 j I unit the liervytJupimsuU luduced_by the.'.sk/ f

flJ pet ply your our WilD goods fa. before GivV buying us V CaTfandln-else here. ninfit<5 box frt' of charge. For CXplanation -. Have Von seen the mn ic box at bit/uncle, Mr. L. \V. Snyles. J Hector 1 DuBo'is Dell; rent" 50 3.50J 00 i I green higb jics and inferior a(.t ke fruit>pciu 05 aad fell much fiat. of TUf Uu, j f.Jj*f" -

RIVERS call atTruby Trilby, S'ternburg & (1o...? It i js 3 Mrs. $jimnnus "inl son. of Chicago are L Hill superintendent 35 00 >rae claw sent on MI>CC. Itiu been MOw1s ;, 1

-- JOINER',- Steinbing & Co.flannel daisy, well worth( a visit to see even visiting her si tcr. Mrs. J. Dunlup Strith: \ P \t Alynrc-z, per dieiu 2 00 1 working off for the past two weeks at low. v "". .

aug23_ 8TARKE.: FLA.. Thirty-six-inch all wool in if you don't want chance to draw it. Kef. II. L. Tryon and f.miily. of Cham- I.J C Byrd per'diem and milenec lU.( W IrIC4 There has_bwn.no,glut simpl*.V t" w{
all colors paign.; Illinois have, come here >o reside. G Hill. 340 iieavfaaWiy nr sr.em.t'"Wftfi'J ; 'oj

J ,, only 50 cents per yard. Tr. A. P. Smith brought ns this They are slaying t"mp"l'.rily'ilh Mr. Total to teachers $1.268.25 S I there has own "n.dS no demand. .Fffitr,* ., .'4claas -&; *7
\ AnQther
large invoice of over- Peters but will occupy the vil'age residence I sweet fruit bas continued lo briaw. "W&Zfairjtfkes'hroughout
< shirts week two of the largest oranges U't of Mr Cmwl Butler Ballet. .
'Do.IJ..J.e huw. condiUon f .
at your own price at r This J i. ;,:r
4'.W. I Truhy have seen this year The Doctor Rev. Charles M. Sturgcs. the Episcopalian When the first train arrived in Lake the itiMiHstoeran ervjrejur at the:." 1

if Stcrnburg & Co. has the right" soil for oranges and minister! of Fernandina. holds str- Butler Capt. York and Mr. M. L. McKinney 4. ing of,the ea*'n. and will .ati.iM to bef .
Look .
t out for the holiday attraction the right of cultivating them. victs here once a month. carried a basket full of pea bulls. 'ttIwcllt.d a feature a* l long a<,tlw srawers tWIll tteirfrukirtto :' !
way .
at Truby with salt water (to prevent colic) market before is rip -
Sternburg &
Co. The "
Lawley will mstly I I ;
t Husbands Now since the frost has iIh'r1evel'Y naikUtl orange the crop nc to the big irou horse. An old lady trom The fruit ba*lxa .low in ripening thj*. f
through Exchange. The
4oI a "Domemic"
.; or ac.oiS Waj'back bnuicb. seeing the wood .
and as a Mif fQ uenee the *zt !
ineii ge tsou peno .
New Home" leaf the auburn haired commission have exercised their cuis.Lounary >
; ? sewing machine for girl, pill into the rear end of the engine ''allIsvei" dopresi.z hiM been extended ., la* spUe '1

your wifes at standing in the middle) of a potato most blandibluneuls in vain. here, but for the \ that that horse was mighty like or this however average prices h*re bees ;+

$ ..: Truby, Stcrnburg and Co. patch, will no longer regard the pail one of "them new fashioned shot-guns higher -this i season than up U>_ is.time '
iN I t7 Old Folks' Day was observed Sunday what have to be tended to in the OIilll1le"One *" .
sunoundings as "matchless. last venr. & .
4 }r ; LADIES, with the following program: old I el low thought that the track was 1 tie t'lur.rkd 1S now cleag;imp> hpIJ." .r S -

tT t .P.i The finest stock of Millinery Goods Love, death and whirlwinds are Chant-" 1'he Lord is :My i Shepherd] tin- traveling part and before the train and be Jteller grulc, 4btts rip '. Zt* put, /

'. P. Choir. came he kept feeling the mils with a pole &aQC"in to Fr'Jt dirt'C '"
F.Ifit.1 ever shown the three levelers. up EcJ'g.
g "rhltruth
f1' in East FloridaatWJTKOVSKi'S. great Kesponsive Bible! reading. to' see if they h-id si.irlod A boy si-arched ) it : t' ,-
/ Un8! lire # goott Tlje .
. # ".\i to of the latter hypothesis is provedby Music-11) mn.Pnij I Ilhc train closely for I the "big paddle" lust Jjtest dispatches by wire say.- Iar tn .

\ 6 : the turkey feathers which are er. they "fcteered the thing with to kicp it more or less depressed thiougbqu the' :

t. .. .Ift' a' r... h. L1DIES, blown onto the poor man's front Anthem" clO\'cd now are We the on the track, and so on. E. C. week consumers neglecting gn*; Ia.- ,
o4 {o4. + # "4' Look Witkovdu's &ons of God. Choir. fruit.fc
Millinery from the Sa f'rior.or. decayed IjvlUrr r.'tUnJoj
0" t go" for step rich man's back yard. Sciipuire Old BAKUAINS.BLANKETS .
new Shapes and reading on Ag Hope for letter fruit next 'wevV.lot "'I
I'I'c .4 handsome f rim- Music : J50.' *
-Hymns: "How Firm n Foundation BLANKETS! of market and $') ) .
fl lIlt.ol1l.
4 Ro
I <.. .. mmg before you h ny dgcwhere, a1inc1.-No, the gum disease ," "The Evtnmg Praver" by Mrs. W | $ S

t .qt.V i1 ;..In oiangc trees is generally not cured \. B. Smiih; ".My[ Molher's'Praytr.[ hoh> 10-4 white blanket: w't *2.25, $I.75 ,. Fnmi present better,'futloii&>rlc rH the { "uP..of ... .
anticipates : | 111 lIemb14le
SALE. : dertists. You Jlrs. It. 10-4 3.00 2.50
by 2. cannot irrigate by taffurdo "Tlteoct: Aim-chair, Die JU'llllbby which tipNj the fryI.C'.Io

l lI Valuable ORANGE GROVE on your grow by means of the water- (by Mrs. E."G. Hill; "The Scenes of My 10-4 4.50, 3.75 ft r ward will lie more.ripe and J tlje q, rbcwilrbe

good termr. I prouts. 3. I By- loading Childhood" quartet: "My Mother's Hi- 11-4 4' 5.00, 4.00 g -ttep ritl qf Jflc r" in.fr.ribr nnd Immature n
your gun
tll<. bv Miss Jessie Mauck "\\ ciflieIfuI'rd
PROMPTCRETURNSand with ; 10-4 pill k" 4.00 3.50 frail with which it is no* ctcirt. .4
THOS. E. BUGG. baking powder, the report will) W( of Life;" "fl utchOIl1D. Tell I us of I
nov8-4t Starke not be heard. the Nignt.1' and six other Alei.'s Fur Derby Hats, 2.00, 1.50 I II .
FI ,
: *. jimitett hymns .I $ The Alqilglity, J>oll.r. $..;.
IiSlIi 81 Mrs. 2.50 2.00
by e uey. II. Stafford, ,
!IIGHsr::! MARKET PRICES WANTED The streets of Starke are throngedwith .. G. Bounell. C. H. Stoughloii. Miss 3.50, 2.50 -.J S -. i For !jCASH ptirchasetpfJolIarVw 0"0-

VeVSblS.I'1l wle and 5,000( COON SKIN not people and teams these days, JtsMc Walling.'and Mr. Lewi4.Bencdiotion. S Silk Handkerchief, w'th 90, 50 ,'I ,; -.
to 11tfSrs. for Cash at cut open' and the merchants and their clerks 8. P.BROWN'S "' 1.25, 15 .. GOODS. CLOTHING, BOOTNU' 2

231 P.tIRLtNKS PAUKER. are as busy; they can hOt Tho IC ." 1.00, 75 S. ,':. : SHOE DEPARTMENT we mil

Wubt I1gton Street New York WITKOVSKl'3. primitive cart with its driver sittion r Gent's buckle Kid glove, 50 35 give .a numbered ticket giving, ; taa

I Strawberry .. cr'tllrnIshe111'ben Many Persons the horse, ha? in most instances 75.M .. I purchaser i opportunity tn win a'
; D, .'. Cll&F'.r r, eren.'f wr te to Ilox.the C&1'OI Are broken down from overwork or honseboM given phu-e) to more 1IIllrl'lalill IIF" IRON BITTERS 1.00 75 I.k Sixty Dollar! Muuic Bur. 'Call n4)
6aIa..YlUe .F1 ,&lid w. Brown' .
IL ROBZRThoK s Iron Bitters Cures Indigestion Biliousness Dyll epti1a.Malferla "
, ItoT2S rebuitds the sytetj,IJI dig convenientehicles.. Everybody: ,Nervousness, and General Debility. Physl- ". Dogskin glove, 1.25 1.00 examine. S
.or bUt,an"emm.na.! Gei taM remoTe Q. I 1 Seems to l he prosperous. I clans recommend it. All dealers Mil it. GeanluAhu J At \Vivko\ i'8 this w e\. S .if'" I S '1'RUBTSTERN8r&C6P
1'f1triat. tnd.nark and crowed red Unw ," S -
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., ... .:..,.:..., .',.:. -'rjI !_r1 *b -- ..'; .Hl'o-;': 'OP' ,, -i,of/ t Value 'his Oregon ImmIgrattoi_BoazW!, HSo abe wis six 4
d..O Mexican upon "
pti.eee'no .
U A .IlMBIfBwMBIBpBM_ *''** %. *
'. "v, _, flr.imdelW' --MBBBI : appew.and ra a abort tiaiTabvtas
, ";. ,,.T;;_ __ ii6t tdUi8SsdI t, :.BoIid'o- t time. -An America maj haVe to pay IT is said tnattne(treat oOiUkl- ffew 0 neof 7$5. OM tjyMeiaa iiibJia a7latprorentMt
ker5ng. ,
.""' ., "j r. hcfloethnidIail him ODe doUjaWKUy';*. rich Mexican I York and Pennsylvania ara npit7bIeOmb.
j I' &-it the Health.fccontributes 5 kasfaueB *sa stying sir Hose's
: supply ,
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.' o t 'J .' ., ,.- :: .-. resolution s ll l 'and Surgcs1Jo11,'kt1ater. otg1 ntyztw4 i7Cellt& ;IntO, .far h. l 1:000 to 43,000 re1au".. -Besrch. -" MM bIIJSD4 waa by aottort a eootteMaM afict ahb
rit \ THE -1H.l".IU..il: .r : .L 1''i: relative .igU UDt Certain Taltte'iet upon his UmeU made for "1,_' *' was .
r ? bM : beinje eorery eoaptou.- Aa44k bi soy
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; "'..1; .""*'*'a* olests' """Mt .1sf."I. I14iijdithI p1eofk hantclDt tD4t.: u.. ..J' ,drelor UU( U wu* *v; .a WHT dODttJOd try.=CatWr's JUttl $ "1cgag.' ',''or'r'' '.:' ":. -.. hiiu&do'bY humami tn thod of 1aflttbedth; "small i "amount of monetfr '*. great mis! They,are-a poottfrd cure for.. sick

thtpdtderouu.h1r4W1*:*. '.' T .'*---:'*' *fc'ii'=* penalty;, in'the pftlfic qttt6vt-sdp1'. 'amouD"of labor.the; latter inrariabljis orduedUdr.headache and jOgly all the ono ills pill produced a doseyIT by,dto-_ Hood'sKoMtoralldranlM Sama

10 crowf. 't f"io' b'! knowledge of cnattir.and el. choseiu An Eastern" farmer. wheplanning .
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: I1SVIWIkOflP14I4DIat.s & tfegiWT : '
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U-.deO.I" arcb&D ds ,
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1well fects thhuuiany5mO&elec work ofi improvement, is deatbHo any person :
r '1It_ .arde.a. J'"H'1, rdt upon : a ''ame..This'in 'a custom b yLflOODaCoInj
JJd e IDII, '4' 01181.:a ratted*A*. bt favor%,deWE hI tri Dr.4Abbott, isi'njotprepared; to. carefully.calcu1atesbe' cost estimatingthe the KiB $ tribes rigidly adhere to.. -- :: ,.
"fiiI', ;.. ram OD&JlUL: .t ;m''L. +-2 deciding that many other IOO Doses
nind time before On .i.iSj
cgePt..itbe at hi -
-.f'.. -. value 0
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".u..J T_ ..'de 'lbbUtctu Ob7ISr t "a.k lsof the night before. I- hand; sayingr; ,experimehta. which, upon the matter. No such thing HowMTTmtoATHmrrst: ttorenonnd.and don'tyouuse Tar

l :. 1 .U 'e1al1.ea.aor..1 "\ : :etaUla When nHat"oaoe I 'have been made:', '"Itr;"ould appear .1 3 done by the Mexicans. I could enumerate P Bale'I'BoDey Toothache Drops: CUT ia one minute. $AiFAV.I .
iAaI tftat X toyartfelr We. tr' ', Pike '. .
< dei
oPstto .
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l4 \ where ten times
ttie that seriousfhindrnnccs :
'front t cases
I t M"rr. :. .. :: 'irw *: ,results ere are Dn.ny" COLTOTR' Jomr Cocnuru.ia paid m.XIO a .
: I .'J. ":.b. ." UDlet. ,,IWl'. .lIowla,... ;*$ilatat; iUTtLsberai.3u1pll I .td tfie adfttion of _this more expense has been iucurred In by the New York World.
I I 0., .6-''. "' -'>' i .' e ''f.fr .. BaIt : 4'J'! agent.11: Without 'conslderV: actual bor than would have been| year .

h ,. Wo.e gwutsriin. waUlu beyd: UrDejfa f oulsigme 'main had been care Fox.ny case of neryousnesa,4leepleU'-
( '. 'I- .( this a* thich lagtbo question .aaw. necessary if the project weak stomach indigestion dyspeoaia,

.01e. J.iD- .''l'c.:0I. It"'., oL I --"h ,ther' some t'other. t:1eth dshonld.take..the fully"calculated and a small amount of ness relief is sure In Carter'a Little Liver fills. : t
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-', ,, _Ch'd''01181 'h'.' t 1 ; 1 __fisb. the :JIL4eftc! ou:to play place' of hanging. Dr. money used. Orx CHKWKXS- paraTrsii is- the J- latest- form .5 -

b: ": ".._?An.d.. d4b MI._ -f; Abbott says tfiat if a change'desirable -4 Another peculiarity of the Mexicano f professional neurosis.recorded ianaedi- DOC1m&t& '

.ter4ahm.,"'t t ,.. ig.v" t [; "in carbonic oxide' we possess j Is his entire". ant of foresight It calliterature.. IKo
to .nme tie TIBT
v.' ''irf$ "' t!., : :' :t. t _-_:' I ,i1l ich anjigenCjwhich'.liaijtljei.property would seem-that he never thinks upon Opium iu/Tso's Cure ConsumpUon.. BiU.

..DII't'f" l _...,. kappi. .- T'1 troying r-olp 1' le8S1ybe any'subject A thing can or can not Cures where other.remedies fail "2Sc.TBK .

b I .-. ,. .. .t.Jt' Jiur-"".1 7 improperly administered.? 'H :re- .be raised accordingly as it has or baa -- -S jiJaCJ difficulty
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De feat altf* M s 1r, 'jq. ... 4taI hard !ethe writings! of Dr.VR W Bich-! not been raised in that vicinity before.In writing I50.00Q worth ayey.. '
J' # A When. yeabeae*-*';* .o" .'. '<. ; '-, *..rforarkbd I'hen h* a 1*. of Lo don,.who;;'yeralyears: ) :ODe place it was believed that ; Dr. Ni-
+ I MAST imitate'Ul'suncb5c Cigar
; 4 kttchWdflfJi; :*?_'>:% A;, : ti U8 taii 'ago,))!brought this method to.-publi BOtlce potatoes could not. be raised.Some ,... !
r P Eberjt'injr Hema-s\rallce'lttlDe.. attt Ao* ; for4he destruction of siaaU domesUo .one had once tried .to raise: MATO W. HAZXI.TI9B receives if&a week t\ -5 )c s S

J, ::4 ; me Rood to a.---- _":o. y JJ-t htwos1ooune1spi -r V 'animals, such as db'gsand cats J andwpgalaUy them, and in, irrigating had. flooded t
Among da silent 4 -
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nfln .wuoneo urvpy
1 tome: :.';'i. 'tr1'-. I, ; dkfto ;f >p-lyjaak*- [ to*Dr =RlchardsonV: Btaterinent the ground and rotted thelpotatoes.:

iJ : ft: /?$ &atf7oro such,animajy had been. i n the samoplace it was believed that romtewYorSUai4li -
1.r.'T"tDk I aee do cU>" bOWpl1y1n1:4s;; m4 raiaruivr
c- I !* ; 5 -.A ;*? ants.;and thus put a stop'toff ifestroyed:.Lndon.kUiontI1s strawberries could not-be grown. The -
one ari5in
oy *
rnp :
r I t'lnk Jseeole.maua" llkelsee'dIdm"' lad raccfnl affair.J"-. : : ,n.t _, I, previouatO1'i." 94 00: ftuon..for it was thatin,, irrigating Nt
I. hejthought .
/ I ;. pa: "- vfcr 4. had tqUI, !:.1.ue.P 1( # c..' 'Dr'. 'm ddy water was used and the'flowers
X risk "da
( X njw de dlD'ehU. and food pie t MORSErSPIaSP IQaTIo
_ik the treISutba4 rrLt Abbott were covered with a thin mud coating
5Z. ;; i parson peak. ,- 1 I -f-. ro M *I -'iE' r:
( r .'. JWhcwe bornln .0r411J1 cUcrgtwim Xttcaed" other wrd"-and --p. --- >atpo4ap? nis 'doorf'iluR no .made .. ; ;i. .' J__4f ). .C9st, :afterjrrigation. No fertilization could LIVI

". tears "lerebery cheek. 'c'-. .r" _.._ 1*' v j> j-. or :sit m. .JII_ f moos take place hence no berries were rgPIIA.k&e..Zss.-. .

1.: I :: $ :. \v -'u scatter 01Fera on'4eIf'ci aad- pray, maintained perfect siavn jbcd1 8.m I. cheaply .sn4tliOr.w( ;mraiiy Uisl" raised. Many similar follies are believed -
E_ .ij 7 fer :" '' For Sale by All
we lore
? nowawra )iI without
I. 1'. _. Ub1ase mpanv.nv. in absolutely reason.
: : .
P'-- Anlkno dat 0ey will bleu na Infletr.happj. :; .. (0 -
was heard $hs 1i rl\ble to forefathers did they do, ,
t 1l..tr homo abaTe. e, .* # vSHU 'p Whatjtheir. -
t! i-. :.:'" .., 'Kase mawa.ne.wax" good., ter as,.an sowncxnlMoatoo. where the mechaiI1thII ; 1 :?_Pow.II____" 1 .- -m foLu'to and they are- in consequence a very > W.H.COMSTBROCflILLEONT. <
.T f' \ *. -* <* had quItt1lttbri r :
..' gathered, 1.u; ot'S oxide, and impoverished race. No thought is ... iiuij' -
c. .An te-dsy.wfl ,(Bw/our'frattenaU la fle .
01: floweridatwa It! *<- .7. so as not Tifhereis a IUHStb.the rapid and given to the morrow and no improvements -
t .a
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".* '*?* I had h33W re .. u.ct".T.. .1&14 'S: 4,An atroof23i are made. Fruit trees and i-L :

I i ..f" '_ ',cur o e.laa.a'arjy. h b'14it x we's--"" v aloo'run .drj$ -' -. '( I .. ..u.e 'e.nt.- >of caisbX'water.. .vines, although very prolific and profitable .; /3 I 2i i -<

'...8'1j'I 1. .AIa'dojtrampet soon will,endS ,i,up bero'de '1 -. Ie .oxide. as i>Y!an 'are;.rarely planted by the ordinary ;.40 _

..f" Q.'l""Graco: - I atip L gas, or, still better.' of f.50 pircoi Mexican. Wheat, beans red "
.:4' Ws his __we'i alien it&it., ONE ENjOYS :
: the :
JItalU1r : ,
.v. more be from'diarcoil ,
i "w ''"" .>?**.-..l.lM or ; as rnay made> peppers 'and onions are planted in .
;. ter,.de Goren ..Cstcrwtd4yjfr ..4 !'."': bult4. -aby. : b; house, l, would'u doubt dly destroyhuroan quantities'barely sufficient to last from I Both the method and results when .

,' JliM "-,. r 4( UU "rftT Ihe: man.r *AYe[ (a trlth-dlstrust,: life, in.less than. two. minutes, jvlthout harvest to harvest. Syrup of Figs ia takenl1ia pleasant'and -
.,' ."a.WcayBn Jf new- sa:4: of' I' lMn'l 4lI felt t the tMte and -S
: j : tOOL man jnediumstature.and pain. He has himself used a mixtureof In one part of New Mexico where refreshing acts P-n-

Ii 4 '.MEETINa P 16ft! .P1 xton'wn-gra; ;ey L'lbe IS ; '".'if' the -terui.'l: about 7 per' cent, wlljj vair-with; owing tothe breaking of tho head-: gently yet romptlyPn*the Kidneys IffiSpL'ArtD1 -

., uburn.!'apdcroVp I ient.'lO.whol ''of '1.hen Liver and Bowels cleanses the
i l. )j,41rhhke > perfect success in destroying small an- works of their irrigating system. then I sys

I I +' 't ... .ii'.:.y,...' .U.rm i.- -,...-_c"C',_., _....1 bd. '; 1:.; .'. Imal&Jn 1 from one to one 'and'-one-half was no water and hence no ,crops for efiectually, dispels' olds, headaches '

. J1'' _. '. .. .)Doll" Pupil" and Give 'llosppea. azin. 'the.;,or- : -' t ".; .'. J.fi 0 .I minu. =without the 'appearance. ofpain. f one season, the store-keeper gay' thE and fevandcujeeabitudconstipailon. F AUTUVOrterltoffj oo

L z-' .' ).(. -.' 1t'." 'r 'oJ' }at.-1PiChanoe.. $; agai 1t : tng tempere4 1Dan-forqut" teach, :1 I-:j -; > STj., Mexicans seed beans for jhe next yearund vrup-of: Figs is the _-S

1 : .,- f OC'i...L' ......t.Wr.J.l., b.- addressed"cba, ,prefacedhiisremarks faneled .f Ii'a' U t -t1.- I Dr. Abbott,goes to'shov..t. theapparatusafor took in payment one-half the crop. only remedy of its aiiid'ever iproduced erorasnd M iStsasifctsl

i : ., :." i J h4naf3streturned from: 'tUdlng with saying ;tat}herknew"h.ehad u't.he. 7m red'J. { d kl 1E j1 ll execution* maybe; of .'.without himself doing any work on the; pleasing to the tastapd acceptable 'I.- '4 5. :

1 ; .. 1 i u ,pofcttc schools; and the pupils dull no claim on>boir.1 irlieoalj inthelCause i aco.i Before?thee ;" 1 the -simplest..'and_ most Inexpensive crop. This is a good illustration of r to the stomach, prpn pt in :_0&_ PAPUAflTTI&I $7-a1PthM., 1

: j: ltJ1tbt\qu1ck and sloV'all-classed-! V --">'of humaidmilHe.VaX'afiiJd. the 1'bf.t. ') *|fl&oe;:borne--with A iKte tofather.ja j;kind,.an. suggests,a tight wooden box; the character and condition of the, ite action and truly beneficial in its .. I
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.: '. ) hogtber1ngto mind a'*ch6pl3neetRtvtfi tejnarks bad gfl rjg jmZjo: -.1.!personal,-I| lhivb9..woul.cjirtov: ;j hreo feet squ re.and seven, feet.hi h, Mexicans, as well as the rascality of r effects, prepared only from tli most GINS Alias fItIIIt.

c I 'J h.l : nd t >r fifteen iajJloWq..... &w, ir ger to'.11p him- -that'tviJ.uSSLk: eveiifoj&sto'counsel'.is.V.r.wiloXifcfJ .ttA'hty. tting door, an aperture for the store-keeper. healthy and agreeable lub.taDces : bV1iUft5'S
-,. ,.tt. .,.. ..,5.. <, l of g % J:1) n J. o h?.? f adjnitting of liberal sizo for t :
'. ; .. ..,, Id e welfare the ; a gas pipe, ;In a short drive recently through its many excellent qualities commend -. : Repairs j
*. 'j. "i' "t.'TL.11.Ii ,";.uMI : ilng ;in ,the'city of dull, /)Mart.J' 'H.'tpoko.fo l.'n' pencd_ .thatfathii! j i8>jfBy/re'm home applying l a'rapid supply oas under Northern New Mexico on tho Rio it to all and have made it: .CHICKASAW' PRESS .

,, t :'r: 1" tJ1 ,:,: _-''from Jiome,jr hen 'f'e....: ,was turnod upon for a few tf ay s3kttnoteell..into" ..ordinary 'pressure from the street Grande I saw several Mexicans plow- the most popularemedy known.I I .IRON WORKS,
'fr1 !-*-' ; m"6ther's/n'ands..I l :tC, J> mains: and allow : jcmx E RABBLEA C.U 1 1r .aarms, -
asmallei.porturo to
: : )i-t "way of mother's < of is for sal in 60o .
Ffl -. .*. ,-- ?-. "j. *;;";";. ", y *'>- -' '. .lug, or rather scratching the ground Syrup Figs $Aia BID.ana. .. -' I.-
fl iir.,,$. : :.. I .- 'J.t! for this inter- "The teacher jfcajsjev.and ,learning of I of expulsion of thQ air. I! a .with a forked stick. The primitive mid 61 bottles bytall.leading .* '
."': en1ed'l e" abacd'o you a bit of my father's JKbsence; |p 9d'to;dfi iis I higher percentage- of carbonic oildJ'is I :ness of their agriculture is startling._ gists. Any reliable druggist wio
: flZ13$4"
i:.f t tl .. m fctJir_1ng- Dip oyme:1 o second child in the inftdviiSabilltEv.sending' me":to, desired, a small charcoal. furnace, :The mortar and p stle for grinding may not have it on hand!-will procure -
( b thiRf Z1ght; atthls'; thne ;"n'; ildren. I am only school any'md e ifle firmfy believed L would bo required generating it and the' wheat the hand sickle for har- it promptly for anyone whoa Tov3owW PtrteUy

I ii;; Hjr;>.;1older than eternity w0ul no more
4 4ePtObcatkomopart r/..- my < vesting it. the forked stick for plow wishes to try it. f Do 'not accept LT ABB C4IPUTUT.
tthetindiuute'sb1to"ninke'. learned than *' of Dr. Richardson's lethal chl. '. 44ia
v ; ljjow jiras. ,' -
substitute. ,
1f" the the
f ;, 4 ing ground- are farming any ,
; :. .'?.both'{ iii meet," J 4eapplicaUOD'm --. l verlimltecedu. Mother sfoutIbeld' that p. I cpuld Of this method Dr. Richardson :says:. implements of large class of farmers CALIFORNIA F/ff SYRUP r ,CO. FLOYD J4U A aSfl MOONEY. MEMPHIY 5 --

'J for.the,.a 1iooLinour 'adjoining J districL . f "toreadt writ ,..nds' and would, crdl u*f lr all difficulties.. ,; "Compared with other methods of",extinguishing One can hardly believe that he is lithe 1 SANRA1C13COCA1.i. '
: .J fI J. '. oftt&wIth arithmetic animal life, such as 'hang. .
6'Father'l \ -W'V "But beinred'zit : ,
-. herIiving- same continent and age with the LOUISVILLE AT. *.J iW TOll tt.f. A-v$rZALL&. br Wit. H. TBOJOS:T' '
: .' ;farm :was "bounded on the. to init'b1wn i'eSs.OOM his self-control entirely,.that if I did it! ing. drowning, poisoning by prussic progressive Eastern agriculturist H4 rage 4O lall-paie IllnttntloBS. AsM

r:. .f couth'by,the lints dividing the-districtSj. ibor: :' !' A teacher in her would.be after the pearjygates closed I r.cid. shooting stunning the* lethal]Ir I They live in mud ("adobe") houses. I lawn.story of T"AtfveBtare rrert and ben aaonnBastiraiicenaatf Books ertr sold frlySfteeata. -*(- :- .

>" and .bur Dearest neighbor tho Connecticut h"i fore her '" method stands far ahead on every .. .po t.pald. AddreuAUXl .
marriage. .
-. behind me. without a floor with a mud and brush s *Co.Lakeside bidiu Cnicaio,III. pIAxI 'F
2 -t-. treasurorjDf "Now'c ; fc +.- When' rwafli..' ?>,nrs old"she. : began "While he was bowing himself: out t ground of practical readiness, ccr- roof, with their dogs and chickens TtIttpiiIsRegulate .IJIJII.qu..t:

f Oa the-next_ farm -.him.'a. d 'cornering fo_try to tihw' Jetters. In less the door, I ran up stairs; and with the, tainly humanity." In summing up, and often with their pigS Swallows $,& .. en_ A MOXTH e&1I... *.
: wlth livjid with than a mbnft .ysM? brother Phil 'had Dr. Abbott claims for carbonic oxide, iv vv tagfornLAentaprefStTSIeI-
.- ours a widow: aid of a chair ,and box went up still I build their nests in the houleV: and( eaa'enbll atone and -y.belr.boIe. Use.
three learned the whoio the advantages of painless': 'death the bariness. 8pare momeloyed flay be JIOls
sturdy boys, a good team, two or alphabet in hearing ,
i higher to the dark loft above there to) every thing betokens a lowness hardly j The* Bowels.C A few rscaneies$18&owu lilt
": three cows some pigs and ppultry,'>nd my drill/while I had made no progress hide my grief from mortal ken. IJow rapid action and economy. ;ljirespect L credible. Vermin of all sorts breed- B.;..S.lM'OW1l50. .tCO. l")&.a..JUIII..1'15.:7A!
'farm for her whatever. When I to the second point ho ; "Its M derange*'the whet. .y$- _v-_ 1 J.LJ.*
a mor4'agcd. possezlOt.d attained the age of I says: Ma4 i. ' : long lay there, stretched across the 5 and thrive in the dirt and yt thee tern and begets dlaeasc,*... .waa"'t. D.7"'' .:..
". .. Tho.treasurer of.'_'N .10," whorrrWe""will eight years'I .did..not know one letter. bare 5r action should .not be confounded L -S. -
,joists, I can't tell but presently people are unable to accqupt for the Sick .
p 7- ; }Ll.s th by way of.designation Iqpo.w*mother Iried several plans with tio: slow actiono I -.
( I heard of
r., *" some one,come up stairs. prevalence small-pox and diphtheria BISE -
:* ,;-'. the mortgage on this farm. He'i at is now called the word sys small percentages of gas, suchas :I D/ipepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases >
Such of
-J I .: .: lso i,was.t1; p08&ssOf.' f'-three.601:' ; -.d all seemed to be beyond ray through.' "It was the.mother.cracks in 1'the watched. She her is illustrated by the accidental I and among ignorance them. is practically a state unknownin misery Bilious Colic, Malaria, SE..EE oa tie)appMctiOa..l y ICWrnI&IIIo. ..,
I : ":- ij.M1 ,rpq :blacJteYed fellows 4 keid comprehension.: Philwas it deaths often occurring in hotels. I Tntt'm Pills pradar rvlarfcmMir RoI0LLuPi .. itsnlhTECTIViw -
seemed to look for the East It is as shocking as it isinexplicable. and .
body -
some onei-me, ]I I good dlff"lee w I(boat '
U .: .' s. nJQrk tiit14 the slow,steady "reading in the third reader. with out supposed. Then she fell'on her knees These almost invariably happen by .-American Agriculturist which. ,DO... ran.a\|_.IIe. :

I JI >ns of1 .widow. sister, four years my senior, for his. by .her bedside and exposure to the gas escaping from a I -m a-- Sold r7Wh .

9P cilngjthecar1y: i .fall l, Mr. teacher. prayed earnestly, mere pin-hole or slit in the gas-burn. L'"IE 5-a BOB*of rejotetnir. -
: -ml% .t .Jiouse and inclvfather 'Mother' was tearfully; beseechingly that she might L er, which forms but Hearts tbat were heavy are(daill. ; _"Is ._ set. ,-
consequently I.
I : : iur a very busy woman, one "Women look op and be hopeful 'wy-'Y. .
know how ._.. .
to help meVJier 'own,: lea bealttt t.-
There'help and there's to b bad.
r 1eDt 1iSold that the new but she gave me all tho time she could. percent of the air of the apartment Tk9cuTage.OwekeSde5pOfldPM, iWflflTITI ...D..Da *.. iCa.44Arcaaa.( .
-, :ach otJ_J t-'No. 10". was within She always' spoke of' my final boy'-and that I mightrbe able t With the
the names of the letters and the sounds weapon that never will fall jom.
three dsyi of completion and that the triumph and. this inspired me to economy hesays that the 'cost of 0.be of load cber p.' awuTEi
represent for when suffer from of the
school mieting whlch'had been called tried they, __. the wooden box would be but trifle you anr weak r :
press i 9n.i luird but I r a nesses, "irregularities," and "functional ,=
c for ne tjl ivwould be'held tnere. AsheJ.m could. not: fix or retain the name "J slept llttlex that night; in"the, and the expense of seventy-five or ono, derangements," peculiar to your sex, by O1 nga.8auay .

-' / W'hls; 'horse -he called to of-letters, but I had learned the forms morning {:.rose, started a fire and went I hundred feet of gas scarcely worthmentioning the use of Dr. Pjerce's the Favorite of Ill-health Prescription ando ,i,..,

4 father!,"Ybu1!! bo. 'over 1.morrow. and could'make them in regular order. out about'thobarn. chores before anyone when compared with I happiness you caiiput to rout. It enemy is the only medicine I -CUR OWNERS. bYeaSeflSPhesI.- --

will you riot?" iOn I-sbmft-Vay started wrong. .could else was stirring.: After breakfastniotlier expensive apparatus required for an for women sold by druggists,under a pos I. 'toss.,. RIR RU'LR ..Iw -J_
r itive of
guarantee in
hearing SmiCh's.Invitation oo a not-understand that those characters said: .Dougl .s. I'll need-you i electrical execution. Boston Transcript or money refunded.satisfaction See bottle-wrapper.every case I at.t.. 5.I5.iat..w,4.ay.u-IdSII$1 IIIlTWI I1W, !IN U -

desire to attend thismeeting; immediately could, represent sounds. 'I saw they. about'he.work to-day1" 1 understood I 44Hi||, wnw J.a.,ALLcaa5N ,.T'

.. too?' ssosslon'p m., So,when, were,composed of straight and curved i. her kind way of saying,I mu(stay at I _ _. _ For all derangements of the liver, atom v*AxataiBrAna j BfM .v,. '

after exehanging ::'gfx>d- rtcrnoons" lines and angles, etc.;; but I believe home. _. -. ( About Self-Improvement. ach One and a dose.boweLS, take'Dr.: Pierce's Ptilets.f ..NEEDLES.SHUTTLES.>,: "

_'IIwith l1is J1eikhbor. 'father returned to now I thought that in some mysteriousway "After_ Dru and"Phil had gonV.to ,- I ,"lreraD" "

..1'\10 )J ni.chalr| said: ibey. ,were tounds to others. Sermetimos -I school:she Skid: .- 'Now we're going t a :Propose tpyoursolf an object thati I .eighty A CHCRCH and the wedding bride,Vjrhere thirty-five the groom waa REPAIRS. 1f. .

? .. rather, Td like to", go ;.with you to I grew discouraged beyond learn the !letters very determinedly,, noble; pursue It from motives that are astonished quiet Connecticut-village years old recently. srAMa on raiam._..''j*. I t

q 1. N61' .".. lie looked and and we're high. Let what 4s best in take .
: -mqrro.w up measure mother's faithin my pos- going to try anew, plan. you .. -
C .. .' v, and said ''slbliities the master Yeu shall bo .STRONG, -
\f : the She her old'sla1o' / ranked
was got me and '
only thing to whichI a pencil I .
WHO la Dr. A.:T. Sballenbergtrl He ls"ao tfitm Utnt ,ilftHra ftS"
"ltft.! ,. .. ?Ages? ,,y u'll do a great deal bet- could cling at such times. v 'now print. A.' I'held the pencil in; v.-ith the wise rfd good long before prominent physician of Rochester'PeDn."! LESS SPJN' tf SPCCIAI.,+'.. TO c L1CfllAaimaa .I'

Fl'" iI,.. ; o.etay here by mother than to be Our house was a good-sized log position. and before I thought asked j ou are fully elfI r. And as you g who graduated at Jefferson Medical CoW TOUF .rEBTAOnM....TOKM .REA1.ZVT4. '.''
.inolog about that and cabin with the old on in the course of improvement,. the logo in HJ46. In 1847 be announced the theory
Vffl way assorted two rooms below and one question 'which one? She that Malarial disease was caused by: b
: y ofimplled rebuke my "In- large one above, coiled overhead with showed me how to make.it then said: Idea of your better self shall become living germs in tbe blood and demonstrated. M p, ,

t 'qltt,Tnature1 that he "was not go. rough boards nailed to log rafters '''Now make me that one letter and don't; more definite, and the life of this idea .its correcineaa by his:Antidote for Malaria. .. w. .?,
which cured when all elsefailed. The ;
4.1J. pi*f tbNo.. 10,' as he had business. faced on the lower side. This roo m make any other, and every time you and wisdom and goodness shall bo microscope now reveals, these germs and QA .'J -.,

,i il t But I laugh-and.told him'I was the sleeping apartment for .the make it, say A. No difference where dearer and stronger in YOlL'_ Ru shall Physicians accept the fact. If you have ts.wayxgiIxPoIfts -flL8-g

t J' ,-''watitea to. Jearn something about the whole family. """ you are-if you make'it.with a stickon bo named after. thp'lde( oLyaiir life; ''Malaria and be well in your?'system_ >. :_-, .get. the medicine, ,' 'CHINACLAS : TCtsHO""
l icejln wh1:h:I was- to spend the next 001 went to bed earfy on tho seventhof the ground-say.AS you are wise.for you are becoming so; H_ KO' trUl"U their T :
;C.'n. ; > ; October the eighth was my birthday "I printed A, I wrote A and said A, you aro good, for you are becoming. relish Bstnoderate for thein'trjoirplea5urest1at niay4ontinue. Always your to'tadul : COLLEG'kflLt" ,

r lather had always opposed our but I could not sleep. The children and dreamed At the end of a week in all right courses of life a man.resolutely o nor appetites ia to extinguish tbe.',: W-iiISIlESS TZ'Il. ,'

'ng' 'our school meetings (I have .were all In bed and now I heard I had It. Then I took another letter,, delirious of becoming a wiser, A MAN who/.went to pick terries near "aEJrPW.1o" ..uii'f Io
1 ij'-. > mother, and sister and I), father and ,mother coming up stairs. and another till I had-all but I was better informed. better disciplined,, rear Lake, Pa., the other day was foundcome -MEMPffla- PKII J rrW1l1'. .JPITEIH"'ISTPTOIS. ,

-1 :f. : \\.i, :; ,,having! had to- push out and Father.said: eleven years old before 1'had the alphabet more useful individual will find Ma hours later lying on the grass unconscious L SdSfl fr 31A1O1C1fl JLR& M

:4 : ,.-.t kixny'way.at.an early age, bad arJ > .. ). did I tell you that school begins By this time I could write tloughts both of the end and the way with a huge rattlesnake fastenedto : ASSORTED PACWESJJTkD1 A.;

e a-; If J| thinking. and doing next.week?' 'Mother said ho had any number correctly. The conquering pet clearer as ho precedes in his work. the his man trousers.revived with The snake cold water.was killed He and had ..._IAIIII.-t v v.._- ...'__ i' -.

: ._ tier:'according to.father1 s I not, and then all was still till I heard of the alphabet was the hardest He sees more truly and more brightly not been bitten, yet be was affected just as CATARR .ACEN: "-tmuOUftCfa :
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.."f-. :: ,XbId.ttend' ,with oftr neigh mother sigh and I thought*, that's because work of my life. I want to say to every what it is be wants; he sees mOre fut if he had.been until his finders talked him.oatof 1"- IIs.ft Bllnfi&sa.Lo tBOle'

I %iron; school me Unr. I can't learn like other folks. parent if you have a dull scholar,, ly the means for its attainment. And it b.pI..auJaP :

.*"r". '. c$4.tha, ,!'proclaiming to the and I pulled'the quilt up around my have faith in him any way and holdon with better prospect both of the end WHILE at Ash Hill 130 miles out on the Cold in Held ba4. etc..\horoulJlltaac
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.. .i '" ., .),.d".. -\ ._. wards. .. of-twenty years". face and cried. to him. and the way, there comes increased desert from Daggett CaL, a conductor sawa ..un '
0 .f"- .< >." motive for the effort'of pigeon flying around as though hunting' | ... bay I' 8ua.'."':
self-improving '
& 'Then father Cf
.tf.lJk said: 'How maty of When he was through talking, the I for water. He tried several times to catch:] aapalB | Sioarftuu Ca& .&sa HOLDEa CO.BoUr.MI .
.: i f 1b!:ZeX4aflerupn.when4iIste\ the chaps will go this year do you widow was weeping. and several others '- the journej.-N. Y. Ledger. it, but when close the bird.would fly away.Ha.vinlt rarsa. neanwra .. _

.t t' LiU ctI:were doing p.the'dinner, think He always left all such matters I were wiping their eyes-I think I v .. a small rifle along, he crippled on; RO3.bSWsrTe5.LT. ---A.1L. .- 1232 -

". -(rk.fther called- me1said he' to' mother. Now father. them. I Shoes for a Family. wing, when he discovered that it was tea i PLOWS Direct fan -
never was among have been to Pf.E.US
'. -- bt4.Mme-acooanta'he>*,M Uf fiilf: ,'I. bid,. had a bit of patience with my dullness number of school meetings, but to'a Father of Family-How much? carrier pigeon tied to bearing the right a love letter in i a 'for- rireur: .trial<_to?.be>?J4for? -. .Ie M4t.r7.." -v.z.eII. .r WBK2T.tM* tkM WSOTI3I8. isa MW TO tile ABTERTTSERS AverUMBwat taPISO'S II
c goose quill wing, dated New '
:Kobld 'n: d'' KXCHA>(B $n. Louis, 1o.' -WiayUWB' frr. ..
,. '.. hr-- c I. OTer.,"jt.* t'" .I",,PouV'.for, 1.' ; ,.and. was always furiously exas- none other where the discussion was Shoe Dealer (figuring ton back of York and directed to a young lady in Sao ."''" -::".,.. .

".;q .- Sure! S J. I "r!,; mro .jperated with my futile attempts to so foreign to the work in hand, neither pn.ckage-Pair of shoes for the lady, Francisco. .,.

'r 6.-- ,. h1yhe \I.m. ... ; .:., .teI': the'alphabet. so 1 dreaded toa&ore have'I ever seen so much harmony $8: eldest girl. f.5j; boy, |3; other girl, LATH CorTy, L T., comes to the front
I .oroUg l. ", U.0 f.,_. Pu'; of their conversation with an ice mine. The discovery was made CURE TORVedietne.
\', > and come out of an open discussion. forbefore $3; baby, $1.6) Just $20.50., sir. in Pine Creek
p. ."utjJO "me.hOq'b&. e ooO'i : 'le'I., listened breathlessly. Soon we left theheuse, the treasurer: Thanks. Can't show Canyon 2,000 feet above the
; "d : you some shoes: sea. A chilling current of air
ft. from
to i .L.t. coming .
IUlep P't a, ...: inother.replied: "Of JJru should had -
I' course begged pardon of .the widow, and( for yourself? the direction.of a bed of moss was the first

\ f Wthe i.done: 'this ftayiitb Jue8 art :;*tFb thought Phil might go this we three rode abreast over the prairieas Father of Family l wearily)-Oh, thing that attracted the attention of a party Cnfld en witboot druggists.CONSUMPTION .

*.kr\i\ / 'do it.\aodtLough4J would ternaVJbut.she thought .Douglass hadbettor'.stay far as our road lay together. When I don't bother'about; me. I can bare of geologists t3 it. They removed the moss
; >"*0t.'Z6t..tlirough.till supper tlmV .: .at homo to helpier with the house waa completed Neighbor foot.-N. Y.'WeeLly.p and discoverd a vein of ice five hundred

4 : !. ? :Sow he was i'.unty physiikn; and Ihe little.ones.' < knew what she had Seellg brought his nephew over "to feet long and from four to six inches thick.
_. The several layers of bowlders, debris and .
./ r -' II found that s6m&of thee* were) old ot. iried to-keep' from admitting and so show him to the. Doctor," as Threshing ice alternated to a depth of forty feet The '

: .f iow.Ji'wMchVbia4risik>ngeBoujtt'to1 did'father aud he said that if I 'could' he told mother 1 while father machines were' rarein geologists think this formation belongs to

1 .yt be"ouUaweand te1jev.rb,4 and do:aor .helping at home I was I and the young man were conversing. the United States until .. when the glacial period. PATTERN FREE 1In 1"I.!

at- :,. DeV r,o -- "' '--;"io1 ::1. better.there, as I would be no better Father remarked as he introduced m. American inventors mtfUe great ..improvements' NEAR Jackson, Mich., is said to be a lake

;-... pss'1)uthed off:with the best teacher in the'world L to the stranger,'that' I had heard him in their construction,' and of hair-dye. A doctor.who went there and 4'. -. ..

4 conli1det'tloD. "CI7 i Wi. than'if'alone on an island in the sea so at the school meeting of ";No. 10." He their they simply use rapidly threshed increased. At first remained effect three its waters week*had tells upon of him.the When marvelous pefC.'week's... isatie of this paper. will be printed. ,*o _
out the
: ;inlght.and md. tth41Rh7 far as learning is conCerned. blushed like a maiden and said he believed then came an invention for grain; he went.there biajiair was as white 'as a order entitling the'holder'to Pattern of this STTLISH :___

three 0.4 rt. .';. ze4.1 : 'Mother talked differently, and re he had neve'r said so much about separating badger, but he washed his head several description. .
grain from the chaff BASQUE. FREE with and .
and bowrnj. iJ_'Isthedmy1acean marked that I 'could print with thejfriaatest himself before in his life. and this was times a day at a certain place in the lake, I ,
follO\"ed.by an"apparatus for and his hair commenced to turn or by leaving _
: accuracy..ind T believe knows I cleaning black. andis It can be made as illustrated
UP.o.f.t told him .that:'in work as.i
my, it. black -
At the as as a raven's
And Id6i fJ' moth i' e.b 4.D. form of .* present day it may be wing. A red- oft! the perre will result-
cverj He will yetlie teacher; his .talk had done me moregood threshed and haired Jackson girl'had her-locks turned revera a plain basque
: : 'cords d'l J a credit to. ,s. father. than could telL single operation prepared both bya black by the same process. A company has \J\l The PATT3pllNisvorth 25 cents, and will be givenzKrKtoWB.utiM.to

1 qUestl ns., : lelpod iae m3>*T.MIn s3*yiGod bless my mother! how .er': Douglass is tUll.Jh1smotheros "own horse and been" secretly formed to buy the right to of this pupeii
steam beIng used for CacIutbaser of next vsWk/s Issue
power the use the build
purpose. lake a hotel, and
; -1tnDt moreI.wfls )b94IIg "\ r ,.wo'd's. comforted me us I lay thrcjwiDg d aibo.r," ,.:nd ::1 am his wife. I was Prior'to start a '
/ the introduction resort for redheaded
: ouHhe tJ1 I of this girls and white-haired as a samplo of given FREE each month with
; the pralrio back ofPOur'Wa.j i hardly repressing sobs.: wo 'ai the school t
) my meeting.-Agnes, is useful machinethreshing) w& daD men,but the particular point'en tho lake

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