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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOL. XI. THE INTERESTS-. OF STARKE, BRADFORD. COUNTY.. AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. -

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IERiSINC RATES_ _: -- EMA---- STARKE, FLORIDA. :FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1890. NO. 31. :


w J w I m III In j1ira1 KNOWS IT ALL. would ---- -- -- ir -
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I "he told --- --- -
,, I her ,
1 baTe ; and that FU-LL &F
trnVt'lod
.- IX)'----1--. 1I 00 an.1 n"Rpaint and tar,Rt'lllng varnish, I was.t put the property unreservedly in I THE EYE OF MAN. FUN. lOUTUEKN AGRICULTURAL. ] can never t( ifcovcreA. Ito
f :" I 2-1 9 3 001 6 ol 10 fi151Q1II ) ( tar, and ot Ride lines ( t his han s. In should to fatten IA the
I 3 60: 6 O'i 10 aol 16 OOI 00 rly) a sc., or two 811 t'b on the the < spite of her love for him I -That the moon is made of green aim 0 : hog

I re i : 00 10 INli" | 12 00, iq O.' 3u (.Ilt( :. 03 and 51lspeiIders k'i"e" and as nf'Cktlt.sIIto'klnC'lIwnd poor woman saw his brutal selfish I Animals of the Cat Family the Only Ones cheese is a mere idle fancy; but that the Sheep and Shearing. shortest tim?. To do this h m uu 15 fo II; so o. at 00! so oo'so, 'no() 'I! and patent ness, and her good sense told her I to rmler It. supplied with as much food aj he .' _
ware ;Hebrew barll.I not to Quai is made of taffy is fac't.- Wm. Mann of Virginia has wittcn wil
first aod flre (l'lothlng) ) not eo Yield. i is yoon a Consume without .
...o.ntl" ft line for tbe cents t a I a popular belief, more or less Express.Mr. the interesting matter Tho wasting, three ( % > -
wbwuent" insertion. b1a, m<>t or i: The chivalrous loosely formulated is following day. An animal will eat more in cold
that there
111'n some- -
expressman ,
*211 tlrao adtr.rUsemtntt a was as I fur
number is
rttM for upon 80me fall now, and fnpst grazing country steep
were
lPrlglIt.h1IP Rood as his word and thing so terrible Iomanza-"I weather than in mild, but fatten leas ,
5JJon at the office. various gome were somber. I in thenn.1 time left her. For a I and majestic in the hu- every green turning its color." in the world is tho Province of Iluenos
rOlllflh'xlo ofthe I mind; she was almost heartbroken. The I man eye that man has only to fix his becauseani.ictiargerportionofthe food .
rough
--- tough Miss Modern-"Not Ayres. sheep is, ex-
and exactly ( thing. par
.
== tout soft alldd hearty, lean and neighbors, phenomenally acute in I raze on the most terrific denizens of the every ThCerno consumed h up the animal -
their keeping
and .
"SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (l'ijek tardy. Mr. Romanza. He fell into a reverie exeelencl tho !sheep for gracing in
t0iort nen, In forests to heat: it is the lungs aa
as Numerous
of bUrl\d away
prcepton. neighbors them with awe.
every DecIes I and kind. sometimes in"pir and when her meaning dawned on him large flocks as it herds far better than I .
;; ...................... ..-......... saw that his plan was to I and some well-authenticated instances fuel. The first solid cold spel in /,.. '
;IIOIItbl.: ........... .'.. ..... ........," fiO nut(If all that I """"'"'" none did a few days and then stay away 10 changed color, too.-Grip.Mr. any other kind; in fact, it would be im- vember, or further South in
III TOUHe ever come back and make are on record of unarmed men, : }em1)r. /
iracticable to herd wools from
my temper long
must b6 paid Invariably as did his Dude Slowpay-"I bring
gub8IiPt30fl 10zqo one, whom I who should be for
"lth permanency have shal the signal killing and the
nn conditional. met the or IRe tiger in his
In favor They their
discriminations or thought wero lon in
any- recall he back those dark scratching propensities. Sheep
(I icr the ; 'W' tun. correct in their you pants to reseated last should be in the smoke-houso
H' hog
impression d' diagnosis. They jungles, fixed their on him
(a with said, nat eyes luenos
; all matters of never a Mr. Snip; ye know I sit a good Ayres not only supply the prinipal ''
'lInleaUons upon local COflCez4sion) too, that the first of
that the
hj deserted by except ono or
a""! '"" woman who compeled him turn tail. 'January -tj
ail of the ". posl.1k was t 1 of the but their
from parts deal.
imUc1tod couaty UTely knew Mr.Snip (tailor)-"Allright andif > people
it all. s much in lovo with the handsome There is then some foundation for the ; two. that the 'east of fat thing ;t
manuro is fuel. The maY
1. the I largely used as
bring sent six
had IIhullf'd long ROll 'lORe art and monster that she would take him back popular belief, but i a man having uninestioned you'l bi you camping places become mounds of it. continue awhile longer. Bin a ( ,
will
and prose, poker poetry the first time he in ( ago, I pleased to receipt should butchered until fully fat,
whist, put faith in the awe-inspiring for
and an
FECRETSOtIJ.TIES. every appearance. that also know and it is cut into cakes like turf dridand not'
; stood
pnn.e from dice to choss. :! She, however ; you Ive a gooddeal.Woolf's continues to fatten. It
c-f as
(CHUM of Nature's I laws, I dried her tears, thought power the human eye proposes to putIt for use. Shearing '

Meets every Tuesday nation. ; he creation knew\every to country eTf'rypl'rlltcl tho matter over and said she wouldn't. ; to the test in his own person, considerable Monthly. is ( stowP by away both men and women. i is better to feed even in cold weathet

D night at Od'l Fellows' )' could digress.a which one 4lcs. : Still, they felt sure she would. discretion is to be recommendednot Managing Editor-"Tho cable news There are than to kill when only half fat.
men employed especially
'{"II. Transient brothers At the end of a fortnight the wandering only in the selection of the beast, I was scarce this morning. Telegraph catch the in the it t The same remarks apply with similar !
drag by
philosophy and science I : Editor "Yes sir. The at the other sheep pen
cordially invited to mt'talf'"f'! hut also in man force to tho of steers except
returned. the selection
his
kind of refugee Ho came in with of lo: hind floor fat.'ning
viands,in ; thl leg to tho shearing ,
J. C. WILLS medicinal knowledge a grave and cality. For end tried to send tho names ofsomo that owing to tho easo withwhich
too merciful face he should not greater
.. and deep: religious themes with doing the injured example throw it and tie the four legs together.
; Servian officials and the cable broke
Iob1erao4.J7xLDS and make his intwo.Drakos these kept dry. clean and
encyclopedic detail he knew wholesale the forgiving quite like tho first expeciment with a rampageous The siiearer bends over the animal, maj 0 (
i, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. trade and retail, nnd grand, bull Magazine. !! I comfortable, feeding bo
a number of ex- gloomy and peculiar fellow of in a ten-acre inclosure at generally at the and may properly j ,
---.------------- Jjapr.ved u'Cdi ngly I safe inoney-makinj schemes. the melodrama. any considerable distance from the fence "Well," said tho manager, moodily, I untying I'ommpncing the nll'k.wools continued f'en in tho coldest weather. li .

Order of lied" Men." Yet this His wife, still ill and nor would we recommend there aren't many people here, but I legs heorE h'ly iVe ha1 often reminded our readers of
perambulating college, with his unlversal I. pale, was propped strongly a trip taken off. As he lets the sheep go he
Oso1a Tribe No. 1, Florida-ConncU k now I l'.I...... never seemed to up in a great chair. I n the calmest possible to the Rocky mountains with the objectof suppose we can stand it. No doubt its i given a bit of tin as a counter. Any ho importance of providing comfortable 4i ;

kindled each Wfldnud.y' Sleep" a4JrWir" make but a cent in any way; he knew it all, manner she told him that her house was experimenting with a full-grown griz- t be expected, with .3 tank drama and over a hundred is good shearing quarters for all lvE-stok during fl
St&rke Fla. neyerUid he any thing whatever for thrilling marine "What is to thing the winter. It is onoof the
"' \\hlc-hbyanyefforthecouldor no longer his home. He treated the asSertion zly, for both bulls and bears are fighting sceu4ry. man and from fifty to soventy- great fault

fjuilsit brothers are cordially invitedpstkDL pay. did get with lofty scorn; in fact he animals and have the habit of meeting ,. be expected?" inquired the stage man five for a woman, though I have seen in our Southern farming that we presumE '
JO.. HAT.VE, Sachem. smiled their foes ager. "A light house."-Washington too far on our comparatively miM
at it the face to face.
as
-X. Y. Sun. vagary of a sick one do ninety. The shearing in Ausralia -
V.MttCHAK. Chief of Ile;ord.. HER p. brain, and began to settle down in his The measure is successful only with Critic. differs in that men only winter climate. I is not only a sham Jj :

-----' ROMANCE. old ways. She explained to him that ho the cat family-lions, tigers, etc., and -"Am2 Polly, I am pretty sure that shear, and each only shearer catches his own upon tho humanity but a reproach to f,

CHURCH DIltECTOUY. had forfeited all claim t her consideration by no means t l ho relied upon with your boy Henry stole some eggs out of sheep and takes the wool olf without tho intelligence of tho farmer who

An Affair Which Didn't Turn Out as leaving her in so heartless a man. them. Hope of SUCC'So depends upon the hn-bousf to-day. I have just been tying, though I think there is no doubt makes no provision but an open shed
Baptist Clinrcli.SjrrioM ncr when she the fact that the members out there and fond a nest- for his mules and sunshiny (! fence .
the Neighbors Expected. was ill; and that i she of the cat nothing bur he tying is best for the sheep as the !
at 10:90 a.m. and 7 p.m. FraytilwtiiiTery loved him fifty times moro than she did family are not to any extent fighting egg.." "Den hit Henry, shearers (who are a very jealous lot in corner for his cattle during Haste

Weduesdny At 8 p.m.J. she woul never l1 with hUn again. animals; they do not hunt in packs and missus.." "You aro certain about it, Australia) have little or no patience and storms of winter. It does not cost 3

M. CALDWELL: Pa.tor.III She was a carpet-weaver( who lived in .' was turn to beg and entreat quarrel over the prey)" they very rarely are you?" "Yes'm, I'se positive. Henry with a kicking as much in tho long run t build com J

IY School meets every iBundayoniBc'at & flourishing Indiana town. For years which he did unavailingly. Then quarrel with each other over the femalesat wouldn't leave no nest-aig; ho ain't no One of the sheep. sights to me in fortable barns anti stables for the proper IJ
10:30.T. she had been a widow he sich niggah as dat"-Time. strangest care of provender and live-stock, a the
yet she was not announced that would stay any mating season and in striking their when I first cam" was to !
K. Bu0, Superintendent.FTMbvlerlan : yet what is called "middle-aged," and way. Ho was her husband, and she prey they never attack in front. I is a -"Yes, sah," said Major Riffle; "the sle Virginia a sheep sheared. hl'r The animal value of tho resulting loss and waste of

was good looking and intelligent. Patiently could not put him out. She thought beautiful provision of nature that the Kentuckians are a courageous set of on a hping with what a sailor food, and the general diminished valuft -

Church. and. cheerfully she sat at her otherwise, so she sent tho kitchen girl lon, the tiger, the panther, the leopards men, sah. Brave and self-reliant in laying sheet anchors to its legs, and capacity for labor in tho absence of

Gsrricei! every fcnmlay at 10:30 a.m., and loom day after day, until at last she was for a policeman. Still he wouldn't go. and the whole family of Felidse, are any peril.." "That's very true," replied whilst the wool was being partly pulled such buildings.-Southern.. Cultivator. -
-e.
--' :
able to buy a little He thought she by irresistible instinct to seize Billy Uliven. "I never knew one of
with prompted
cottage
'''. Iw D. MATTICE, Pastor. snug was trying t scare and partly snipped off with shears bent Fruit Culture ii. Our Cotton Climate.
vines clambering about the latticed him; thought she would their prey from lwhind, spring it with them to take water."-Merchant Trav
4ay School every HuuJay at 10 a.m. finally give it at the end of the shank, the result giving American farmers raise more thaa .
11. C. HCLL, Supt. porch and a pretty green yard in front. all up and tell him ho was her "d'arold their whole weight closing their powerful eler. the sheep the appearance of 11a\ing of the cotton consumed in Europe, -

Sho mOnd in and fitted up tho house boy," and that she was "glad to have jaws on the nfl.k of their victim, r Living Skeleton (only one in America teen pecked by hawks from the numIJ'r haI because nature gives tho American Inestimable -

I Ideibodlat Clinrrli.BerricM tastefully inside and out. Carpet of him back." and dislocating it with one wrench, at dimo museum)-"These folks of small snips in its flesh that it had re- advantages that will last as .

her own weaving covered the floors, and The strong arm of the law arrived, while their fierce claws plwtratC the make me tired." Sympathetic Visitc; first principlo in
l'Ii\d. Thl
avery Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. and I shearing long as grass grows and water r 'ns.
J:JO p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday every aid to comfort and beauty which clad in bljie and brass, and arrived with flosh and paralyze the muscular powers. -"In what way?' "Here I am earning I i>not to pull the wool but i fal Apples grown in the Highlands above

Thursday at 7:30. her modest purse could buy was added.It a bludgeon, and gently but firmly led Forest and Stream. .500 a week as the grpatest living skeleton from the shears, and the next is the the city of New York fo consumption .

G. D. TunsBR, Pastor.BondtT was a sweet and home-like place, tho this recalcitrant '.na tural protector"out 4s yet hour after hour, day in an' day ,holding of the animal, which can only in Europe the faVmer who owns

School every Sunday at 9 a.m. neighbors said, and one and all liked to into the bitter world. SOME ARMY MEMOIRS. out one old woman after another stop'be learnt: by observation and practice the giinj income of about fifty

{J. CHARLES Kicrt&RD, Supt.: look at it as they passed and nod t the Next day tho now miserable exile an' chins and chins at mo about :fn England morn pains are taken thousand dollars a year. Hfs fruit is b'

pleasant-faced widow as she sat on her came back with a freshly-oiled tongue rcrxon.il ntcolfrton' of the Civil "'ar things I ought to eat to get fat."-X..Y. I than in Australia, etc. TLhing and sent to European cities in his own vessel. -

porch on a summer evening after the and undertook to reinstate himsel UfIttrd by "ftfral' Weekly.Snaggs. : quartering is practiced, the _

days weaving was done. his wife's affections. Vain hope. The At a reunion of a few old army rrcn in -"Did you go to prayer- shears are run through the wool in Forty years age the writer tried to impress 4i S .

Christian Clmrrh. Ever since she had been a carpet- policeman broke rudely In upon his Philadelphia lately some persona1 recollections meeting last night, Haggs'r' Haggs straight grooves up and down the ribs on tho people the fact that delicious .

lets rL,26; Acts xxri., 2!S; I. Peter IT., 16.fisrrlces weaver "Jolly John's" express wagon manly eloquence and took him out of the civil war were given "Yes, I did, and made myself, and across tho rump, giving a very neat pig-meat may bo produced in the ,

each Lord' day nt 3 p.m. bad delivered her goods. "Jolly John" again. reminding him that the next which illustrate the earnestness and too." Snaggs-" low so?" 15aggs-t appearance and of course leaving a Southern States on figs and clover for '

G. 1'. YOUNG, Pastor. was old, blulT, lame and ill-tempered, time he entered the bouse he (the policeman fervor which filled the men of that time. "Why, I tried to make; some remarks, minimum of wool at tho same tim > tho less than half the cost of imported bacon

Bandar School each" l.onl'g day at 3 p.nv. but exceedingly honest; and so the widow ) would lock him up. A member of, the famous "( uaker and-and you know how a fellows tongue cutting of the mutton being very rare. of an inferior quality. Where the cli-

C. J. 1iNTON, Supt. bore patiently with hisdisohl.pin'ways The neighbors acknowledged themselves regiment" who was present told how wil get tangled up. sometimes?" :nag 9 Flocks being small in Virginia ribbing rate and soil suit figs grapes apples ..
. o.
and uncivil manners, )(ause was I astonished at tim earpetweaversfirmness. zealously the Friends and sons of -"Ye's, indeed! What was it you got an\llluartpring should be in vogue here, and peaches may he-grown by tho acre,

euro that after much growling and binstering They were astounded when, Friends in Northern New Jersey foil into mixed I on?" I Jaggs-"Sweet smellingsavor. and I would advocate interest in shearing at a small cost, for home- consumption

OFFICIAJ..IHICgCTOlty. he would do what ho undertookto a few days later, sho had a relapse and line to answer the call for volunteersin ." Snaggs-"Ah! And you said?" being taken up by farmer*' clubs, exportation. I pays topreservofruit .

do exactly right. Sarcasm had fastened died, after making a will which cut her lS(2.( Two full companies of a hundred Baggs-"I said sweet saving smeller. etc.When in sugar for tho market These small'i

City OflleerB." his nickname to him, because ho husband off without a shiing.and left men each, all ,\'paring straight Burlington Free lrl:". I first came to Virginia I was industries are having a rapid growth. r -'

/ .)'or-L Witkovhki.: and jollity were total strangers. all her property to a As she coats and ; offered -.First Book-Wor-"Speakingof the told that sheep would do through the Cold storage should receive moro notico.

Aldermen-TV. W. Sap, U. D. Miner, One day when the carpet-weaver sent lived in Indiana, which has the most lib themselves for service, and were ac universality of genius as found in in- winter without any feed unless there is Tho covering that keeps ico from melt .

George E. Pace, I.. D. Wall, S. F.Gardiuer, for Jolly Johns it arrived with ('rallaws for women, she could do this CPfU.I dividuals, I may mention Julius Ciusar.." snoW the ground which I have foundto ing is not expensive, and a farmer may -

Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. out Jolly.John. wagon figurlthat sat on and know that her will would stand un tw next quarterly mpetng their Second Book-Worm (a Shakespearean be quite true with two things being find a fortunoin a cold storage of fruits.I .

trre..orer-aJ tel' W ills. the driver's seat was very Jolly disputed.The acton was sharply ,( one crank-"Yes) yes, a great man undoubtedly understood-that is, grass (either artificial ). Lee, in SouthernCultivator. .

"Msnhal-E. D. Wall. John's. Straight, strong and handsome, expressman put crape on his hat of the number who was present re- ; yet there was one peculiarity or natural sod) and a suitable .r

.uaenor-T. W. Sweat. this man adorned tho situation, and be -he was in mourning his selfishness marked. about him that I can not undrstand. number of sheep tho happy HERE AND THERE. ..

had a tongue which, liko that of Rich and folly, the neighbors said. "My grandfather once had dealings First Book-Worm-"What was i? Sec number being a matter of experience. -Tho sooner the are slaughtered*

ard III., "could wheedle with the devil." Strange faces look out of the windowsof with a very provoking man of the world, ond Book-Worm-"Why, the man had no As the main profit hero is tho after the season bCc hogs ".ld thej>et

County Officer. This and his manners mado a the carpet-weaver's house as the ('x- who tormented him until his patiencewas conception of tho greatness of Shakespeare early lamb the wool being tho secondary ter as it will s.iv food mt and flr. ; 4

Coe'tyJudge-W. F. alphas. favorable gra..ful on the widow at pressman drives by in his green wagon. worn out. Taking-uf his coat, ho and in all his writings he never consideration, I strongly prefer theDowns .2---
Clerk impression Bo careful about the "
of Circuit sweet
Court-W. T. Weeks.Bherlff "He has had his lesson tho laid it down refers to tho bard of Avon." )
H. W. once. Ho was a skillful dog, too, and neighbors saying: thereQuaker, once .- sheep say Shropshiredown. not stored ptatoes."
Epperson. combine and busi- say. He sighs and wishes he had required till I give this rascal his dues': America. Some years ago I was very much struck I properly they wil .
managed to gallantry
Tu .u".r-J. E. Wainright.T&xColectorM. after he thecarpetweaver J less teaching.-(Jertrude Garrison "After he had drubbed, his enemy, he -S S. with a remark made by the late j Tr. keep. They are easily affected by any
} M. Hale. ness well that was gone change of '
s named him in Texas Siftings. put on his coat and Quakerism again. HIS REVENGE CAME.A Boiling Haxall.[ ] When I asked him temperature.When

Bnperlntendrtit of Schools-J. L. Hill. mentally" I. We are going to lay aside the garb of why he preferred the Cotswolds,which 1 the]lamb gets verminous bronchitis I
County 8o"eyor-\V' H. Edwards "Handsome Henry, as she read the TOILING YOUNG WOMEN. Hit of News That Filled a DivorcedMan's
C.B give powdered garlic, in bran -
,
peace, but we will put it on again-when Heart wit It CiladneK.s."Revenge law on his place to the Downs, his answer i
business card he had givenher
County COlllmi inllf'r I-1... Witkorski, brand new he had the animal is old enough to eat dry
is that had
l If.B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. II. Pin hoi. while he explained that he had How They Slave In the Ofllre of a New tll fight over is sometimes slow in coming hping Shropshire- food. -
York HiiHineis Mini. The regiment went into service as 'hc' only kept a few and 3Tlon't .
a IIt.
tor root f\l said whose face
,1L V. Smith. bought out Jolly Johns business, a man the
business has thousand, and remained in the for br run in sod around the breed from inferior ewes. .4
and branch. A Broadway man a couple army marks of premature age, "but sweet they very good I
a Handsome Henry proved as capable in ofyoungladies working in his office, and several years.A when it does come." He i carefully house, they got too fat to breed I concluded is a waste of tinif and resources. Sheep .
Mate Or.Jrf'r" in furnishes this "record of a day." custom which prevailed in both at were tho sheep to do not cost so much that we need to :N
OoTemor F. business as he was fascinating man- folded a newspaper which ho had been .t
P.
Secretary-of KUte Fleming.John Jacksjnrille. ner. It was no time until the widow began "Xow, Nellie, you've taken my rubber armies has a pathetic significance to us reading, and put it into his poket. cro through the winter with. While it keep a gfor-n'thing flock or animal. f5
L. Crawford, I'.efore battle the Is to have in order -During feed of hot
with again. even now. a private important ewes a
CnwfgrdviJle." to look for his coming a nfWlght Then he stretched out his legs claspedhis good
AUornfly.Oeneral-Wllliam in her eye; and always after ho "No, Susio dear, I haven't seen your soldiers on both sides were in the habit hands back of his head and laughed. especially i" the fall. I known mashed potatoes and corn-meal once a <

Laraar.Montacello. drove a rosy flush dyed herchppks. rubber; but you have my pencil, I'm of writing their names upon a slip of Several men sitting about the stove, (it many losses in ,'er'small flocks through day is good for fowls. Jive a variety .
away paper, and it carefully to their ewes being very fat-the best remedy food and plenty of it and your fowls will T4... j}? "
Treasurer-F. J. Pous Soon the neighbors remarked that she sure. pinning was in tho office of a small hotel) looked
Commissioner Macclenney. sat alone on the porch now. The "Indeed I have a pencil of my own, I gray or in the hope t escape inquiringly at the speaker, and presently being to increase the flock with regardto keep healthy.Old -
a of Agriculture B. rarely the indiscriminate and losses.I broken '
oblivion
of "so profit china or
thank crockery warn
Wombwell. pood-looking expressman was almost always you. one of them, bolder than the rest, -
ComptrolIer.Oenll'IIlW. with her after the work of the day "And my blotter is glf too" [Chases many thousand privates killed." asked: must say that if I had been as fortunate should bo poundfl and given to tho -

D. Barnes. three times around looking for Another touching recollection was with ('every thing here as I have hens. It makes ex'elentgnitfor grind-
Adjat&ut-GE'uera1-Dav'.1 and his face was as bright tll "What do you mean? _
Long, Ceda was O'r; that of two from Maine been with sheep; that I should he moro ing the in tb* '
Keys. and as hers. it, goes out and asks the elevator boy i young men one "I mean exactly what I say; but I will f(1 gizzard.
Superintendent sunny little while he begged her he saw it, comes back and finds it on her of whom was shot dead at the batte of explain." He laughed ome in love with Miss Virginia than I am Eight sheep may be kept for every
of Public In a t again.
Instruction- desk.] Fredericksburgh. His just at present-as I think she has treated cow, a dairyman as add
Albert Ktssell Jacksonville. him and make him happy and v ( stop time ago I married a woman society says they wil 3,
I PROFESSIONAL marry consented. "Lend me your watch-key.." ing over him. drew a ring declared to :be beautiful. I was me very severely lately in the mat- but little to the expense. the sheep consuming -
CARDS she it won't to fit, and I that their mother had ter of vines-so much so that last
------- ---.==I -'- And so they were married and got on "Oh, dear begin finger saying infatuated with her and showered my grape many kinds Q food that cattlereject. t .5(
left mine at home." bidden his brother was killed, :year my ilock of seventy-three sheep returned .
!arEYING. CIVIL i : together The neighborsoften i money upon her. My fortune was sooa i
ENGINEERING. beautifully Island thisyear it until ho victorious S-5i! .;, against 5'33.S from somo
of the harmony of the expressman's "Have you been to Coney to wear Ws or-', spent, and then my wife informed me me Small farmers and villagersmay
R. F. ENSEY spoke ?" "Like him!" he pointing to the 22,000( vines. is only fair to the vinesto of their '
household' "Here are a hus- said that she no longer cared for me. She "I produce one-hal meat supply in '
think it a nice place logo. add that the time has been when 500
"I don't dead at his feet. tho
if
holy I secured divorce. poultry-yard will give tho
left and
i O..V.L.l..a ENGXNEE and wife who really lovo each me, a Shortly tu.y
band said. Nevertheless they Still, I donUt mind going with a good The next instant a bullet struck himto afterward one of her relatives died and Delaware vines brought that amount subject proper attention. I is worthwhile

.fiTARKE, FLA. other, they situation for weak places, as crowd of your 0\n." I the heart, and he fell dead beside his left her an immense sum of money. I within two or three dollars. to make the attempt. .
probed the read that awful story in the lambs last averagedsixtysix
ll"'tlnlr. entlmaUs "Did you brother.Youth's Companion. in need without food andI My forty-one year -Prof. Atkinson of South Carolina '
levetfur, etc., .z. will, and discovered a difference '' was actually -
Pfled ltll acounel an.l neighbors about Jack the Hipper? pounds on the 2'Jth) of May,
d1spWb.perday. of "Hand- paper wrote to her reminded her of my liberality that the only remedy
love trustworthy
of the fnls ;
"
IOI"W" f)
_ ca. in tho degree "Isn't he too dreadful for any thing? after a drive of ten miles. Mr Louis
and his wife. They said THE FIRST GARDENERS. and begged her to lend me a for the peach-tree fiorer seems to bo to
some JpnrJ" "Do you think they can ever kill people Itlock, to whom I generally sell, tells .
and that I thousand dollars. hunt for the ]larvae late in autumn and
; the love was stronger ?" he has become noted in New
I. 0. knew it and would trade uponit with electricity A Sagacious Little Insert Which Grows He paused, laughed again, and then me in early spring, an l kill with a knife. .
I1AYNES, the man hand of her. "1 don't know, but it makes a lovely drain in Tl'XI". continued: York for ha\ng tho best early Many other motho-ls give only temporary -
the
and finally get upper think ?" lambs afraid this
ght don't you so Man is not the only animal who has "She answered the letter, upbraided am 1
i It was true that she loved him over so on till lunch time. section fails to fully (or any thing lAke rplpf.
DE'N"TIS-X-s had been hit- discovered this eminently practical what she termed my shameless presumption -Can I grow muHon profitably three .
I much. For )Ears her life sweetness "Oh, Xelp. did you get an extra division of the vegetable world into and declared that she could not afford fully) appreciate or else the sheep in- hundred miles from the market? asks a -
of the -
I lonely destitute to on('. would he and flourishing .
t.ry toothpick forgot gf't : weeds on the one hand and garden to waste money on a man who was lustry fxtnding correspondent. W -ll, Kentucky
Office rer Jones' Brick Bloc of affection. This made her grate ".No, but I have got hair-pin that'snever plantson the other. Our ingenious littl to her." instead of ( am to believe) more than twenty sheep every sell ) .
-- glad for her present blessingsall used." nothing curtailed and I believe the tIOlhant .
ful and been
tho have the from his deprs.l
'" six-legged precursors, ants, newspaper year in the ]tostoniiarketandgetsnio.rcs F
:UGO & '\'ILLS-- the time. She never looked of at satis her "Oh, thanks." anticipated us in this, as in many other pocket, lay back in his chair and adverse cause is undisputed, and tho per pound for them than Xew England
husband without a smile notice that stylbh dress at is in the farmer's own hands-
"Did remedy
new you useful discoveries and inventions. They laughed softly. breeders can get for their sheep
times she even marveled at the want of a dog law such i
At being simply
faction. lunch? were the first gardeners. I need hardlyadd "And what then?" some one asked. -The best t.' apply salt land
Attorneys and wondered humbly I have in counties of Vir- way t ;f
at Law ,
happiness think it was stylishell is they many
her when "Do you that it is an American ant that "Oh, nothing then, hut revenge now. is to mix it with th,- lime or ashe<. one '
blessed many I contend that certain numberof
been ginia. a
had so
why she am sorry for your taste. carries the art of horticulture to the She is to he punished for her souls bushel of salt to ten of the lime or
women were left uncomfortable I thought that drapery was sheep can be run on farm in this -
"Now every
S'I'AFcKE, FLA. other highest perfection; only a Yankee insect cruelty to me. ashes the proper proportion., It
at an inappreciable ('ot..that is, ling
and alonl. pretty. would be advanced and "What has she been arrested?" section
so only (' lime more soluble, due
':1 l7th.tie.n all I the('ourt.111 l the Fourth went well with the married lovers "How is brother ?, the returns from them would bo pure t
CIrcuits. All your nOh. Y.nkp naturalists would be sharp "Oh, no; how could they arrest her? I chemical action.
Hut the wife fell ill-very ) he's well. Did you hear that profit you except a summer run on the I
time. i
-- for \ enough to discover its method. This "But how is she to be punished?
1 The farmer of Texas make
-
F. J. the husband spoke plainly of was FIELD Then Fannie Kadway with This
ill particular little beast who grows grain "In a way that fills mo joy.
before- I so easily that they have no present need -
hinted at they would th rent of by .
had often Grand street store pay enriching
what he over in the lesides in Texas and each nest owns a blessed newspaper informs me that she
Irks k M' having his wie's property put in his VPS: and I think the dude is to hepitied. I small claim in the vicinity qf its mound has an Italian Prince."-Ar- it. The winter picking around the house of the sheep or at ?Ipast onn would suppose '
marred so from locvkin-r over the farms in 'I
: W rk ann rl llml The neighbors always said he .. I or the vineyard would not otherwise b
( ., I on which it cultivates a kind of grass, kansaw Tra\eler. Texas. X ot one infifty a sheep '
when he made of. f.ul has
house rubber's use
Sad had his eye on the "X ow my pone again. known as ant-rice. .
'I commonly upon it, says an ex':hange. ,
haven't it. sure.
got tha.t's How to Make Foot Stools. -p r1lfln
hpr.) 'Eli.I ,
STARKE married The claim is circular. about ten or
FLA. it in my walk Oh and Fattening. About the fourth month of pregnancy 4
will
"I keep away be made having
":co," she said "It ltll. 1 twelve in diameter, and the ants al- Very pretty ones can by
iL& 'WOlla GUU"\\TIEO.: !: Box it own n mp-I have earned it; but you excuse me, dear; here it is under my ;i. low no fEt plant hut the anti-rice to en- a frame to suit the fancy and blackening loge intended for porkers should now feed the breeding ewes grain. Before ,

-- it with me as long as we both I J the cleared the legs to look like ebny. or be WI on the way t fatness. We have that they wil get along on clean
share
paper. croach upon space
any-
(hal of the gentlemen would I that made from corn fodder and Bwet tender hay. A
PEEK "I wish sCrap j I where. The of the gild them; then stuff the top with hairor always thought pork
& FKAZEE 'h'p. wanted it draught is produce crop they few roots are in order! all the time an-l
He windows. That with muslin is the sweetest, best and
and ,
That did not suit him. C 1 0E the I. carefully harvest, though authorities moss cover coarse sweet potatoes
made his unmistakably, "in case anything just too dreadful:' ['aI!five minutes j, are still disagreed upon the final question having it smooth and even, and you are cheapest that can be produced on a they ma' be covered with just a sprinkling ,.
.
Attorneys at IJaw and Xotaries should happen." I and then closes them herself.] j 1 whether they plant the grain or ready,for the outside covering. Elaborate farm- Let the hogs have a liberal supply Potatoes!and apples may

mean in case I should die,. "What time is it?" i' merely allow to sow its own seed itself may adorn it, or it may of this esculent every day. feedingonce be fed. :

STARK 1f said.you"it i unnecessary. I shall not I "Just ten minutes of four." I i on the protected i area. One thing. however be embroidery plush or some rich a day en corn or better corn meal. -If a few guinea ''owlscan b inda"er' '

BRADFOIID CO., FLA. she:' I "Wel. let Ih go home. I'm just too ,. i certain-that no other plant is color and decorated with a ribbon bow. and finishing off with corn-meal mush t roost in or near the poultry-house -

die insisted. but she was firm. Then I tired for any thing:' < sprout on the tabooed A black satin cover may have a pretty fed in can troughs as the cold weather they will afford protection againsschickenthieves.

UIratIns of Title and Keai Estste Law sStbItriItI He thratened her. I she could not do I Now and then one of the young men patch permitted; the t ants wage war on weeds far spray painted upon it in one corner, or and hog-killing time approaches. Intelligent They are light sleep .

) '" turnl.be1 "howlnll' every Peel he little kindness he would leave I employed in the office is found dead in more vigorously and effectively than gold cord placed around it, and man farmers need not to b reminded ers and make a tremendous racket fl
that
I.If'Ii.3at t lIlf'. Judgment, tt.acb. him he would. chair, and the coroner always attributes gilt balls in clusters. Another pretty that there is no economy in disturbed at night -
l that I his Even in lss
our own our
Yes
Nt7 UeclDr41"I'1. ;tIC a"1fof'aL 'ublj! jtac'<;r'-corl In UradfonJ and tile her. o'pl him d-voutedly, and this I it wapoplei-y.--N.JV.. ttorld.guaTlfil"B go-ahead agriulturis. Jt Sir John cover robin's-egg satin the decoration withholding fo of the most fattering -Do every thing in the dairy at the J ,

'uurilla. up to date of Abstract. She cruel and unprovoked wounded -d for lrofpuIO: Lubbock has cont1 Algeria (and being ribbon embroidery, with a character from animals intended for theiaughite right time and (* right way says the

thrpat,5 terrified her. And she was so ill I Ub getting along In the present humble observer has yen- design of apple blossoms and their foliage ( :. Or.e may stint. to some ex Northwestern Agriculturist. Thi will
4 and She "Well, bow are you it. teat tto 'working animals on a require tho least labor least -
usual wrought upon Orange-colore< bI .
.. had nt her curaie. ? I fi ii the fact) that ants allow only cer- ano
HEADQUARTERS FOR that she entreated and bogged him not to I, your profession I began as a ,. tuJn: species of plants, useful to themselves stain forms an effective cover, trimmed I wilLout loss or detriment to their work- care and vexation. The best way is the

1XXi wept, while she was ilL at least.jeing "First rate. night wa plicema d to grow in the immediate neighborhood with ribbon bows of the same shade, 01 ir4 ability, but every pound of food easiest way. Neglect and doing things 'J ,
XNaun.A.NOm leanot weak \ then I pot to (: I withheld from much and out of time make brJ and .
that he had struck the I breaking into bank !wJ vII of. their ne.-sCrabi11: lilga' you can cover them with pretty cretonne cows wuk. e
ttPrtltltttnl! the Liverpool and (.PfldOt string in bt'f heart, the coward played I I now acQu"-LIfC.I'm 'Louisville Courier-Journal I orker ivlU.Ls} tie pro&U, : I

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COUNTY ; ATTENTION; STH-AvTBEBBY tLN ,t %
BEDFORD TELEGR/PH, A* Briefed by a Law}cr. ,

Editor TELEGRAPH. vy able editor.., shill jmur Fruit an.l Yeiiet; ijts !

r PUBLISHED) WEEKLY AT- ial in the Times-Union on "Health and AND OO
:M-JPi-cJT;; I, TERFU
STARKE.BEADFOUD COUNTY. FLORIDA.I. Wealth."and the comprehensive and "tin- \' TkafflY9 Z? 4
: 3oi \Vj1j ..tun .'. 't.t.t. Ii.v Ymii t ily.I 3
C. WF.DIJ. answerable articles of Dr. Trouo Max well, .
Editor and Publisher. I HeSt: of K-fe rilii-e s. I\i- slt-llf'.i*, ,:. -, ). -' '.-T 'lJiiS'I < ( 1 j : :; .1-i
F of Jacksonville! on yellow fever tint t iI4
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*EflSUIPTIONSI.OOA YKAR. have appeared in print fom time to time. I{ information apply to \v. ';V. liA i; 1,1. A U: i1, -oul Airtr -- .; __ --_- ._ .. __ .4 _.: .,- '-dtj- 4 4a

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must force all their readers to the coaclus- : '. .\ liiiK'LA.; : .

Entered to Actf Co'.grf in .
Arc-trding
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fir /W Ojfirf. Markf. Fla., at Second A L,< tier Ironi .TZ jor Ilnssrll. 1 Mnin; ;

Cfaf Matter. First. That n yellow fever panic-making The foIowi! :! le-tii r. lel.t'ive: 1.> the observance i Sv.; < elcafUrtUi e t wijicj.pK t' 'KuKrii--! i I i j

quar.-iiitine doctor is more to be dreaded I Win. F. M.ilnli-tr--- ifv .ti-. : t!'(> i I "'i-ilr Provisions Flour
ot Ati.-r 1 >:: ; <' to {.roccrie -
d-ij bv eu.r public They wan sell yonr i .: .
The citizens of Lake Butler have : ol, Hr :iir.rt.-it.- ... .t m..i. MIII'r_of n .- jon :- .
and of more to exterminate ,. 1i3 -' t.9 -'ncnItiafln,
importance M'l.o.tlwas ce.vi-.I 1 ;rat i. th, LouiiVtikoxski.. .. ..
by I'lofe.-vir Is D.I j11Cawih.in. 'iSi 'n mi ; i--tu.tv ul nil Hraii. T--'t $1'. ..
offered a reward! of $120 for the ar- llian nil the epidemics and fevers ever i te o* Lrvilonl U. u't-, iit.-'VJS"d. i Torn ()hitliay : : pi.r .7 I Te..l..
*it the 1 ln-iitt.e! : I J L GNEISS i iberSJih. 7: -

;;::TSt of the negro Iorstr \\lin killed known to the country.Xiver *' Mv dear: (fhiidreii! and Y.-uns:1-I II A. 1'. 1<5 3. j jTo !>r.Uootls :usd Notions.i .

Sheriff Eppersonr ( 'annnt the oil was there z. time in our whole l'i-nad--1} ln-.iiim, minciu5 Ink*<-tping tt7MaI< Ii-. rY Lot ? Ui-tMi.i i 'J'l'.ey VI1UttOit11_ you your .

tui totv lien fio little cause cxiMed fur trees! of Starke
panic over yellow fever as last year and j the bcuUijiitl aJi'l useful cH-.iti-n.s' V. I ;J ', ot riViitiDA.i;!: \iir-init c L.NTV. I tSii-jL : .: & &X s! yji--KrZic2ZZs

never was there a time when a p.inic: was I In tlie rnrtt-r. f tho f>"i>iKun.nf 1M.. F> rd. j -.n ? 7S n7crrjiJts -
is universal which h ? z3j a : -arJsw
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There a most orrnr.- j our I <-\ciiy IV.l.er 1 las so b'es e.i'' 15. ilr.iiit.ij.1'i: -! '. ".' .\ni-4--.n. Tn'f.-4 of I! They Avani to sell; jonr !Hats nnd Caps. .- -.. .. ii tucnmi''in J.. .v Cljianil
in the the death of as xNidcspread and lutnous-alt raided by ] adniy (UII ;id<.ir>e-d our i-.iiih. TII.-II s'uioAsI j I 1-il.f '{.i-r !-.-!, .. :. .-. -. i :.n A.vfpl- you -' Tf.HIIS :l l't' *.!3iarIt! ,
.
ing ovi-r .
county htnsiiiional minis ; ale nt slr.il! <-\\s ot f SOITOA' a.d; trl'ioin. but'J e i Jl.-s T. t.i iv--t itili-li .1 it ile! I.a i.i i. 4c .-' "t ui' "_ P j-1-I i. >!m-
joum printing i-c\v r rrrj >jar f f.y? r---a yccyaJFJ;-j.
Sheriff Epj'crhon. Had ti.e. iiegro J p! iCc's ni Ciii'i( ;.:i'l H-fl ; ll Itll.d !i *" They want to -.I'll yin yonr Hoots: Shoes :uicl Rubbers.) .'
' .l:1.m; l -Tt- y
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with Mr.iiling I brtit' lines, and doctors talk-1 I j jing Ai.nri I" l'i I": ->v> r.n 1 Silic ; ? yr ftff
Foster been then* would -I for brili m iTil.ii.) :i'i-i hc--i t. i h-y |i Uli'it :i. :Itrlia ;-.1 d. Vif. I."ri. t.z-- l.'ii-.J. % :-I .t-/-3'w us
captured ; abul yellow fever microbes tiavelinsr siilcrl oeir ciii: ::it.c oniiiiiuj; :aii-J -o' mify >
have been but a unall chaure of hN from infected countries iu people's clothes i our hlii.-juieric ti-irij--iatillc as t-i I I'n-st-n., heirs <>.ri"iaij'. Pm! -' ut. ..Li.tf '. : >u.'f: j Tft Ne
Tli* a/ viII.UH. d life. or carried by the wind-*, c-kin<* some. IlldllCi-Sl.C u U-llt'iiii.g I u l.U.'lsijlfil C.tUM.n i! *>ron< int Te.tewill! t.-1. n'tire ihit f I '.: --uiiiZSti iitljirjlli

the eaillj iti fructify aud jielvl b.-undlv-a !: :|ii..n.--'n.-ii''l ju.f: tiI -ij-i.lv t-> !.illi or Agricultural! Implements & f f t.i-c .;t.-SA JBl-TAl i'JIg'SlJ P'SttJi'
filthy town in which lo propagate them harvests in ii-iuri fur and j j'.1.i iuig e >.i .ic-s M. i;.nr.. .!Iii '-. .>:" t'iiJi'v: tit I They want to sell you > our \Vajoi: ., Unties, .t---, I CtoI..
mi iII-
Wide Awake, for yung people, melii-try: 1 ( u a.r :.t Jaeksordl't: *. h1.i: -ij.. o-i PriI-iv tie !..tcf.. .-r, 'ti, Fs'ter, ." etc.
ad Vt's. tt.iI and yield to u ;all the pie-cious( l.oo.i. 71of LI 1t
is a gem. The February number t-'ffrtD'l, That igtnrantdoctors assenting' : health. T'eyi iid ,i. liinlx-r fist our ]I 'in'jai--it tin doe 1 i'ii I.b(- -.jie: Tru'e1* l'vt- toii. :
h >iiit-s, !or I l.i- li'i's ot! ejud on llie eai th. j now ,! -< > led. IH--TI:. u ir- Aj.lil I JV'i.: !- .9! t.t \ want to sell jetituur Saddle.HarneNS and Whips, in I
contains a great many instructive to quarantines 1Lt-: year b}* every littletown dedicated j t L n I:!). .h'! H. F. V -. :M m. I..'i--Knui.-i.: : rn IOl --*
I Hist |
to i vice, arid with wh .c'n !| Ijlr.- li.ltltT Ixi !t'-X.i. ." : t-H-.i! Atl"- t fact sell '. tl iny niav need. Give them:I
did to health well Iliry want to you e er> : you $
injury
articles all of which illustrated more as a I
are to build citir jie-.i! >.ji.s; I in: \ hich men go -.t I M.it.. -itu.itei] Iml!:- jj.! I.. r. .1 said v'...nunf

usual. 20c a number $ .4O pocket, than any epidemic, because-: them eio MI upon Iiit- ,;. : St a', :,iul move the ., IJra-lf 1 lift I ilev'l i 'i- t :> -, fol.lIt-t-tiOill! a trial, and jem will l>eonvtneed that they will save you money
as per tinii'irihM I ti-itin-i-iif !I.c-f .!.'. 40 nf .i I r
: i --.i the
- D. Co. JJoston. s-ei ara timid( and supi-istitioiis and I j''teeming pr..tiuce of I the u..n..is upuii ine! l avin -:0ret[ stivet. tu J.i.ner un I tii ':i'-- en: eventljMij; You buy rnd at tlie same time xiiarantoe quality

year. Lolhrop become p tnic-stricktn on account of tin- art It. w.- .t fifty tLLut an.l OILiii! i jnl-L .) .1 i-i.ni-. and quantity of GOilS.TFthflY bu.ldm sx., 'jA KewfcssiSwSxer : .,
it-n u ript.ty.La -
"'I he !lore-is: were God' Iii ..t oiiginnl'limpe. then.'Utli seyt-ntv yar.Uto :t iriier. ti e .-iiast >l!.-swi T.J.J*; -t mi-p- mn--I and wt '0 blood- r
The Cosmopolitan, an illustrated quarantine, und the s.un-i: pci.-or.s sh.iok : "- Ir iv ,nii-n wor .hipp--d amid adoreU I llnnviii.iitli I liltx-i-ulit ant oi.e-trii'l > ai-s t(,: dull.or t't in ii'-, imp r ,.i't) tun ,lni t'. TT.PH mn: !* .
M.enty.ir.i> t.i jiLu-cnf! I i.-. mIiiiL
in New with tear who hud: iu former tinics I tiii- Ills m ie-'y S i kl us in this iutli.ss! : % nil.; theh. i.l'l>.l :M>. I i t.i Si'r Ut Ti|> "' <

monthly magazine published lu esitat ugly nursed and cau-d for\ell_ Ii*v (j i.iy ol t tic-i- sl.i.i-'liier -tnve to perpetuileiiie of tlan i-JJ E. \liiiha.d Ui.-r !: i. I -.1 !-. t .>r 1 V- ;.4 V.' I zoii
York has in its latest number I biessuiu Jf-tr.v.ed. I1. M. r.VKD. dichllbUiib COMPANY -
of
city, a fever the treean"! as we plant &
patients: who had fled to their towns L. IJ. 1CHODES. i !. IIltANMMi. ,
m thi-ni on t'lir Arii.M11. : \>. turn our beaits .tt'y for IVtiti.m. T. .
story entitled "Betty, by Anna 1 lut ru. Tin; fails as publish? 1 in I lit- 1 0.sEa".N. '- ),; .
with their bi-st ailivt'ons to our Go>l, tluUo Uf. C ll. 1'8J 3n Tra -tt. i IV-ti.jii.-r 5

Vernon Dorsey, and an article on I medical journals force one. U the Ivlief, ( l i-t 111 g.ii.ite.and time rose, of the

Kansas City. The whole number is I j thai if all the yellow fever of Huvan.i: was violet and I t iTn- s.-i!., i-f i he stately tnagtuI lu NOTICK.is .rr tlc'l.arop c'ri urv ; si. a I 1 u> tu, ui-je'-niii-aieand
AlikE IdIFLORIDA1 ) .tm'. P P.. :
and lime : in. iv l'rict7..ia.Fo.
: COUNTY COURT.r.Hli
illustrated. brought into Tampa i i'i one " t I -.- __ ; I R tu i } .. ..-. _ _ _
beautifully 25c a copy oui Loiil i.i i.i-t\ <-nmd eli h, :ii-u I! _. .CflflL S _
ease could not be given to a single inhabitant ; "YedllS I..lTal.tl.n !\ IJv tir! (*.uIiilt v .I'.iJ i- <-f ii>l Count.v' : ;%' ___ __ -_________
or $2:4O a Wl> r,'as 1'. I.. -w--
year. Murpliy. -nltnini-tr-.tor of
thereof if the place was in.a slate of r A. .I. usmi.i.: tlii--tre of IVtiii-k Miirj hy. il ( a-i-it. tas nn- LOOK hERE1

lid ford's Magazine for January reasonable cleanliness. ?e, Jin It, i-tIJ. I plied to this Court loi iin I u.I.:r t'i--lltl'O followinj :
.- --s-- ; real t--.tati l ii.n.-iii t" ,.>i.I tiei-ed>-iii s
The undisputed facts flmw : 1st. the f sTat to oil: I.crts (,'i.- 1 tn. [pj, tliii-f! IT and
ought to l be in the home of everyfamily Itheuiai. ,,, aid ( atnrrht. : )
four(4j.Sec( I iliiiiIni- i'ij SiX 1C: vujit cii.v' Px opojrty a
existence of yellow fever in its most malignant ; 'lp [f-iJSKdt: t- you >
of the United States and Kheuiri.it isi. 11.il i.iTuirli tiif oh 1.1-jo.l .hi. %s.e' Ty-n o [-!) f.. eit...uiii lv.o li'imiri a.i.l: r -'j;:; .'- -= --
preserved form in all of our mas northern:I i t't tSiS. In !iia--y \i-itc.is"s tl.i-y :.:\i' \ it I fift'-'fuiiratiilsiv h-ii'' 11- ii-.t r--, foriti imipo-i- I ti1WbelPY I'aiMii: u limit t.iPF trori-3tcrS,
cities t bnJore t they ti.id: adopted piopeisanitaiy I. f pa\iii!;: il.e iiei. tin-is .1 -. : gl'OTCc I -
f t.tt In.e
of the
on account interesting t.i cat i u. i > V. --. .: -I.
ti mri .t ui it. !B. article on Atidereouvillc ami other h.is h : I ticcn measures and tit!it the tlix-ri-i-I nuul-- ly HM: .. _.lit.Lt. ;ii;_i. V v- f jo' ;- :| ;:r'ir! the kmt !tie n..:.-:.ii. .i Iii aii.n n -f i-.i s.iul.ill:um.t nn-.- 'a.i iSIM.-uI!.- I <> <> ial'Ifl. UnidH jmpi'ovee! and Un.t1It1)it'Ye(10 .: 2vz :: !, CA.
ir.orc fre-qiiunt 1)111 more ir.aligiait : -
!;.. -!. cr a--ii.; ir"f. i-u-i fr. -. lo. l.i :id a--; tr ;-e'tli' t'--iirt nn 1-1 I Iif i
war irisns. The complete novel I in tint them cities tli.in; in soutinin.1. I j I m .it ur'av! tl.i-I-t".e\ <.h! rctirii.trv. A 1>. Jsy.aai bodies of ( lml> ei' eel landfcy t
Il! P I I-i-, <
i jinta : wifvl
My
t
.i.i---y- fi!
.
; l.-olJi -tio if
< .
Tlal: the dieac is always; confined I ui'j tliiy i..i -t- 11 pram..i; c'lit.

this month is "In Circe's Toils,'' l b y j to, a locality vi-iy small in I point i <.f icni- caarri! ait I u c ti ii ii f ;/ p i* e & H ;211 u c kj NgcaaLrj1ws. _

: _
f.ilii.n f.ni'; :!> f :i'.t: i. | .1; .i'i K-| mt.il 1 trl..i--il.I !
31 DeVere. 25c a Belford j (f iry. M tluit toiny; out from that locality \< it>it ss my mn.o as Ju.!;tof t" .' C.niiilv
eta copy. I l-I.HH-d In r < ii r. 11 -.- !!. IJ. JS. uiil to sera tlii'irtii 1 s ind s : o i> a n ri.e ci t 3vI'tii'jiiii :
t..t-sajJ 11
j two. three or I lour miles. \ou ate benni ; i.iy 1 ; J. y oi" J.iiiu ry. .'i. 1>. Ii U. j :i i c a JL u c

C'o., New York, publisher) its reach. IIE shown liy th>- f.i< t th .t wln-n- 'irm.h.. r rreo%i'rs v..l rap ii i Uli'l' lUTjit-t*'. \. M. F. 'ii.u'rts: .
t' :iIthiiii. \u.t!'. CtnnJu : ;<* = Call address
ever the cpidenlic IM-* existed in any < :it ty j jr ti. wiiit-s; : I v..vj : 021 02 ,

Bulk-tin No. 7 horn the State (i town on the Cit4.! most of tinptopli1 j j'ni'-cli e.ii-cuu--l aid i ilit t rtenii.ti-un! i Fb I i 1 I I i NOTICK. G. I PEBK and __

have pone out to farm h-iues and n'-iiri-! '! .-iLi.l n it it t al'-i.s V..Ili! t.tiiius; IaN'. <-: atty-at-law
Agricultural Experiment Station at neurHl- in the i-. !. F.r-t-tt., T.1 *"'it; .!i"r: "ft .. f rl l trtq j i-i tIH:. ti't out on f ;
boring setik mnent,. II of lli--in l s ;-i v KiU'-i 1jii I j I [
r.iy :! ,
.u: i- Mo..lr.y :n F< 'i ; .trc. I'-.i', in i.. tt I Ii. abstrator Titles. "STARKE FLa1
Lake City i is by far the most interesting carried the disease in I heir system.mil I <- no p )il. Tif! :. 1 tii- d I>. r.t: 5; uuJ I .s ellei.- t.ie t '( -.it I .uu-e do.'r. i.Starno.. IraiUor!: C.oiui ,4_

being sick with it, have been cared far l by v rt i'i'gii'mtI. I e!: -crnl'y! r'Lt.m1Ati ,i.'l itaaK ly a 1 11.1:1.1-1.: ; gar T'n nri.fa _ __ __ _ r-
far ihMied from the station.llov. Om- 1rjJ'. el l.tv fi -
so -.oJ toi.i, r.i-l ) r C-4 > fi" t lonr -rrss
heir I trii-nds. and in < qu'ck t-.ire.
country not one fill KitM.Itutk, wiuc: tio 1iuti:
Ja. I*. Del'ass, the director, gle instance have the sick given u to anv) Mrs. MitiMa! Mcl"l: <. Ku .Nvil'e Tcnn. xvrit. 5.:: U'oit.ii-! > Sjiii-s t roid I cii---t-s ailro itifi.an I -k WEEPiN1 FFIUTO! -

one else. hucli is i the t 2i.t i my of t Ii.couiitiy .'- I h-eil eaLrmliic .jt-.ns -fl I a r.i > t tirc3r! TlnjhT evidently is a practical man, fully ; t.i hi- ir v -t tc; ir.i ii. I h.'v. % J lixthe: L-il j y
peopleof (tcnijiu ami I l he"citizensof i i o'.p.Vird ryt.s wrtisrch s wuHrti. i-'i.i- I t'il.r! ,i' ti L'1tI.-v 111 i.l!: eroi'xid c/vk. 'li.tuuiliiinK 1

alive to the importance of his charge, Aiigiihta and! Macon; who have aluiyspiior m mtO. .. J'l_ *! L> i!., tliin!; <;.,.I. eat t.i nn-. i ol 1 Iii' lui-i ewul I he let 'Ut |iiiiitily I I &;z1

Bulletin u to .asl jear p :id their doors to j .Thkj1)'ii. fjl.-r. Tcxi'. writes: I v? .s .i-iii -t..i r, ty! m. m the !'ivvo-t iii ... -r. Ti.e Kuduj : -St A

nnd uilh.'il u competent nan $;IVi nnuli. Chailtston urd !!: iin) wik Mil-jti-l u t.n li. rnf jf.is !-> srf; jn C1tjI! i.t- :>i.b 5.-: 1.1 Vf L.LUn i.ic r. t C-iurt ti> -j--cl H .usa.ill OF 23PKK CKNT: FOHTIIKKXT10( ) DAYS. --

No. 7 treats chiefly of muck, v.henevi-r these cities have be--n vii id; liy j toiy: rh-.iii-.i. tis-n! l.uhix bottk"1 of 15. Ii. ]:. d 'tr. J. ."'LJ.'mis.!

its commercial value yellow fever. So alsQ is it the uuiVt is. I Itettiniony tlunk hcaxpti. !has t.f Ir.ty l cu.v !L I have not fi-lt Siarkc. Kl-i.. Jan. 17, 1-' \ i'\iiriun.! i iWt -
c'jmpoMtion, __ _
of the citizens of the linkTo u i ;\ j ii>< the -ihttt paij sin:e.Xevft t _

ami the proper way to handle it to of Flotidaalong lie line of their taihoatis.wlio i I: I : .

make the of it for fertilizer up to l.tt year took care of .ill met wo -!:* IJtr daI: -w..! r.jir.h TO thf> TI-.i .
most r.ra\Vii! ) I". .' !Ii.i.ijn,. .Vi ;
e.u.iiv -
'r.--
uj;!x-s in-ri the epidemic. cut :a dojiXiMis or tii'' PIIpp'-i; ; :I ,
f-.r-i si t'-. t-i-r.- it.--1 Having an: overrode of tie
i fnUouin
etur.f
In our next we will publish an arti J.asliar iu t a single doc-lr 1. IT nurse etis itie olten tlie e Pm' -of 5eife>N i n.! .Vii".:: !- ration on tia ost.ttf of Tiio-s r :-, <;-iIlifc -<. uods! we have rletcrniim-il to :

Lie on .Muck in which we will give nt fi.idji Mitchell or ( '.imp IVtry. whokcpKul sib-ie.-". byjiliowt;:iir tlie cadl: l und iiit toenter. I : ii. .jI' -t'i (' timv. !'"':,ie.L. j'.j4 iI hiil' | .

of ..I.u-l.-onvil! tl-n- -r fmirmiles xv'iK-h' i- ili-tre in-j t-i the ;msii.taltI't ; !. ta.o1.tit.! .ry. .'.. ii. ;*M. ,y.-4 .

tlte Ml ii.taiice of said. bulletin. instant$ took the fever. Tinal'ov.conclu.iiiiisi .- I > mi' ;iip-iii it tinv i ...t.u, never intei.d- M. X I.v; : A GHASTD ; : -

as to the pn-ael; "I f llii-l I -*viiinnot edv.e-houM t .ke av.'av \\llit I littr.iVc! trt CLEAEANCE SALE .
:: : : :.: :-y' -
It becomes iivcessary now lorlov. <- any longer be deiiied li\- ieliiriigtu : fur theii n-iel .1:1-1 I i-i .nif..il. It t Hr-..":! t i \ tt a :. s. -. ; I .: J- -
I'lant h- to ti-- 'h..g! If tii'- ilnr, i-. V4 IC' m of tm.n, at the inuVensi u-uucnon of 2-3 t __4 I ;,,..;.:: i3Lii
sheriff Marclcnny or I'-ty. I.T' w u iv.- -i iiiii.f w
( Fleming to appoint a foil no that local i ati.si-.s e\i'-ti-'l! tli'u1m: I tiitd. If r Mst tu i until he becomes t x- \ -i' : : '; :; :: ',;;'. I lietiLxt ten Ii\et. L.: -' -,*-

for this county to fill the unexpired: thfbC have since been rmn.vc-il h h.iii-te'l. Take your poor (loj into fh- ..k-7. : .i : :.; : : t-
(. Mitchell linn- nIles i-i Jjot ,.4.. .': '- .. . ; h ,t..
amp( diMact fmr.i %' 'U < sj.i-ci.i"-- we.itiier.-U'li -- LOF.NCIIS: laricia Trunk Line.OLORIDA
Sheriff This is i'._ .
if J.
term Epperson.) a \ : ; .
Jacksonville took fu.a .: .
charge: of lui.iuei-; : i I : ::) Ii t -' /. f.

matter that will not admit of delay.a sick people. A nurse (WHOM; name .iii:1 1ifukncc :r- : ii. t. '-. '- ; ( OITIIKS.Kilv ) ChlsTKALSjmsjirl

can he given) was tl.tic fnni .--.- : !l.\r.iI .: -. : : .
it is absolutely necessary to have 'fuc' Cle-z} t4ontIeit(1 IL.y >. ; C. .'i -, : i .1 1-. lEA -3 ( '
C1itI ; of : t1' ::t
the tirst until the Iii! -i f.i )
heat ly ( when -.Itxrtiesed ,
\ 1 I .' .. .
.li i is li' li.l'i': tiK.n ;l 'il'mdj i..t. t'-i : .t.- 1 ;C 1 .t1JLi1i%
,
a sheriff at once. A man residing e a desire tit go I't.. luks Ho )' -. ... -. ,.. ... A ) : : !'1K. '. .V ". l ,J m m.
j I j> i-'i :iiiitl v.l.' n a '.! k" .ire fj 't >: .- i FPI.fllAIirS thc :. & v.i .
pit al i in Jacksonville. Thcdociots watia-d 1 .:. < i. >j. i :, .: A 11. ....,.i T.r::. } r.J
at the" situ i is necessary. Aoungjnan thing musi l-e t iUi: itt i--iiiji'deiy; ei.nl- '-tautiard 'i inv "
county tiZ.-t,2
ISS'J.
her Irotu
(into the and leaving
going
city apure (; t.\'I':
iraullie frin I tin.- I lr HOrKKKS "
poisuii
: system LUMBER IS 3T"; T' I'M" ; T i\ > > 4"
\ and a courageous man is"necessary : atmosphere for an infected one. 1 Her Wesiinorelan.rl'iiiivi ADVANCir;
: ; Tonic( I ith -
I it-ply was "1 have-mused the sick ninht < i4.tJs': IJOrKl-R-i) "I' I Mo'I :;*!I.v her',:: !,,ni a .\r I th j .- 5)
a ul a popular lila!. is neothsary. most c-flicient blood ni du-ii.c! I in existence s (W ii ; 4' p J Lv .).-, >.s.-i.v.l'e Ar i9 .
and day ieie. have reci-ived I tinieainlairain 1 and all di-orders of the 'jt.uI ilui l Saw Mjc!! rpflr'fsao I. .0 i: .,5 Lv ( .ilUi ;
j. j. 4.
n-idily ( (OJJM-'K) : (CHAIKS! .n Art i ,
All of the above their black vomit clotlus i : itiCtiiil : .
qualification upon( my i'iiuc"iub to its i'lll'i'-ne-f A piini- tirfiom uliQ.IicO t> r p, i tI o | i.v; 1iIt-iLi r 1 4' p: 5a

have in Mr. I). L. Alvarez and is 1 ha\vnt taken the disease hut e. I Na..livjt. Tinn.I : O-nlieir.ei'- I 1tind L SHIEGLE LiLLS m TKTK-A-TKTKS lit 5 1 1n J t I.\r InvteyJ Ar ? 9l., 4.oa:
PriESSES
r.
we du not think 1 can lake it thcie." Sue | I i <> i-iAr rirUei2" .'o- : 2'I 1)5 a
l 1 i-i-ed s-nne! tmilca1; ail :ippc-t7.-r.! 1:01 : > Ar Uai;.:litIIav.ii.orr.f .r tS 23a
and ue would respectfully suggestthe went to the city and was taken sick thir.NIC and :il-"t t-> foil ify myysiim acainst! i il-] tie \ViiIo\v, Ic-d anit Kit: I :< ii. :.Ii in the hites-l t ..rmi1 l mot elegant L a I I I -.. r Ar _! Y :e
the tlmt thai If yu Vth a Ltr..t-e Zij T1.r lesi'4.isami 2l-'a; 5 ,
was only nurse at camp[ ;ts si" vr ev-ii ?
same to hi* excellency Governor .tt 1:11.! iiifliii-ni i-- ; tso-ii; h:ivinj tried it .,. lii.i-ii.; \Ve will fiSt! itic-huk- 3' '
was. taken sick. Why ? liccau the hundreds F- inyseH. '. I ; d" -' u ti.e ai; 'ovc .-ic-gatit Kau.ie: and Piu. 4 i I 6- (' Ar V. lUvuo-IJ.tpAr -Ii .t1 t4t p
and fior.t tIme ( oi'otbei.s :. :..,
i Alimony who ( !
m i-t-i"iaii-
of sick there could .ffccl .% I!. Ijinl {\nkif Suits it | ,; 'ii 1. -.. 4 '
Fleming. people not ; York 5'a.
h have tiii-d i it, in wh-t-n I c.m le-ly, I know K'.i I; 0' a 7'U.Ar 't.i..u .--; l hu ) i ; f 1,1) p
-- the atmosphere there or spread the disease of nothing: so gi.nd n Dr. VeiimoielMiid'CalisaiTotic. t, 1 ia fi.1]ZA-1 ilamaio Li tIioa II
I lent* oT Intelcat.Th l by with olheis. Iu other words FOP TJIT "31 i "TAT. "
contact j .-. \-ie- ;
? Gainesville Sun will shortly comence the disease could not be carneJ out ot the ,
ei I4 4 y .'. '
or four ItDllIci to liii' ali.iviaildtis" amttfili : DON'T roiJCET p : .r' :i .sij ; : a
e'city people sick with it. N. \\ -these : THE OlTOKTUNIT 4'ta; fji.-j, I.T v..i.iwi..t
the publication ofn daily paper. Yb by .rii 49t IO P
si lii ti ely. .vi:;ituuu i Jlei.rvMtickia'iid.
eyou's
5 4 I | 7 .
a tAt
facts KngKuia L p r r..n..s..ffkBi'.ij -- ,' hi 'n :o
long
piove-why stoppedtheidiolic :
wish the propmt<>n much success. ago : ; 1'.. -t .i. ]; :_', fieldchiiieb. 1l.t1-tti..i i |I-Ar Kiin.terti.lu J7r..k \rl ; 55 p
ot r CLARK
fooling quaranlinin< IOAIK i ." I IJ-iy m I Ur., U'cstniiie.Mid'! & (.ail- & LOPTUS 7C 5i-Ar) ->t Utli..i ni.e .rit (ta t)5) p
The editor of the Live Oak Banner has: and cities so that their peop'e! cannot leave | s.iy.i Tnii ai IJ'iVi-is it .Jr.i in i r. !, are those put up 1 sa'i: ... \r | n-M. -.lc j r1Q 3; ., 1i) p

disoovrml novel rut-llicx of his t them us the people cannot c.iiry 11.L- 0-v i- $ H5r ir Paii-fuv %rjli Ua 3 10 p
a using '.
D. 1 FERRY SCO. II! ". !) QsJAr
.19. -i llai.t
40 ; t'ttYl.m Li
disease into oilier almosplu-io. so us topicad aiiii 42 \W. Bay St.

old t'xdiiuig'-) lie fi-c-ds to tho town > it. mid as } ou taut: qua ran tine:: Put duv. n > oir Hand Eeeistncn w ho are ti.e thc Largest iJ.! Jacksonville Fin.AND :; l 1:!___ -_''.i" : v t. 14l

goats u ud I lift el>y cnablfs the good people the atmosphere th it lioTTT-TTiser a tow n. Te-achei i Ui-nj.iinm.? l.o\v minvtirne-- l>. M i I'Er&Co in w.'5 A xN 1\v l-' '* I'll-' J.i-2'--rtiIe! tr 5 .t)

of that: town to feast on fat, rich goitmeut. \\as not our quarunliny of lift yea must! t 1 lell l v<,u not in siijjp ymir tinirer-V Rtautlfuiiy 1-!! ir-t'-J. Lc>criftiveD SKLI'XT ASKANCY a t v:, ). !\r.v tai:\vt-'tu c-vt.e! !! Ar At I! 4 10 t

ielii.t c? Now put do \iiurhiud aifl kep vii',1. and .-, -ii-i Ar A rein, .- L-t i

Uut a very few years pal in the history 1 will ln-.tr v\ba{ y.'u havito: civ: present EE M1ML.. ; -.-.m.- i r rrtfu'm tlI a.1

The tide of travi-1 has set in in good' I of this country and Liigl.iiul christitn I ; ly. [ Fiv.. niinuu-s litei ] N'I.W. ihtn.15e"jiniin loriSyjwi.il I.e i. c I FR Et to all HOLIDAY I J S tJ Jp-Ar CV.l.VrKfv. I.:' I 9 II.)

earnest, :in.l nil of fair Floiid-\ will 1 In men and icainrd men L-elic\d in hanging: I' V. hit is it thtt *vou want t > apjihuintsr.ii;. !It is btt'thTi to !.ut season's cwr. cti5tois'rs. l.very ; -- GOODS S ''O I ; I : -; _i 'tx- : i I))

\\ilchis. 'Iht-tefure Id u* nut call tiLl 7'say; ? I Garden Flower jt.-ks. ayiti-' r' m ri ::5
filled with tout iit lininoM-rUc-rs und prrscn I'-ms ft :." 8 it.t.r
U.S.. surgeon-gcutial or our chief healthofficers J I><- .! .-'I he ie was a m-in in the h ill I I j or Field SEFDS -'> ..!dstydiQrt.; AT I : i) ,i I' .j i r i 1zthl-t-Iri akt- rv A'liArfn Alf 21(It' p 25' &
health-seeker Florida has homes for all MoPG-AJyr's : 4 i'8 a
idiots tor causing Ittter pat-r]: to and 1 S.HW hint tike o.ir muuimo: efl.-( hi:! O. M.FCTHYiCO.rETROIT. I ;: : o I I 4 '.r Livi' d'k a 2 55 a
of them and just what they come here be 1)iiil AmnriN.: MICH. ; 'ixi: 3.),; :iItit; aLr Maslima-.n Ar i-im 1
fumigated aiul punched with holes bc:- ** : -tkw rT"-Tgv GOODS, 1OVS, DOIJ) ETC.( ETC.LA1KJEST :, '4ia i i 1'r Mi'ntje-IIo '. "6 a 10 p
'
for to plentiful supply, und will give them fore lieiiig carried in the u.ailsand assenting I- __-__- 1:01: l1 s1.1.r: TaItaiiaisie J Lv\ 8 Oii a IllCpHlOp
with fiicis to senseless l ; ASSOUTMENT 7 ?7 n, :-iw 11 \r
long !
a hearty welcome in whatever role they quarantine pocli. OKin S :"Ki.il { Qnin'-y TA 727 a
But let our chief health ollicer.-, 4 ((41J p'ArHiver ..fiiri'tloI.v 6 -0 a_ ; 00 p

come. understand that as thcignoianct; displayed(I and The I painful trai,it'ou sieknfss troni t to loni.lobust. liu hoiltb Prinjr St. Andrews. Fla., lot Owners : YI1JE WORKS JrH 4""t i-. IF 7- V10la lx 14 0llly-
-
-. -
elailypxct-pt
During the ending Dec. 31. last in the of the diseased : Sunday.
1889. year treatment
year mark* an etioi-li I in tlm I iifo of tho individual. I the City. Wo iiv.it* xo.t to con: < and exatuitic JiLJstTn-AXKRivEPRouT i
The 3IKSSEXiEK( Goods -15"l"i
i is our I
devote SQ
has the to and
cost Viutu
Florida raised and expended $4 1.110() for millions of dollars and - 7 a\fv
de'ayed the south in.its rapid development in tbo IIKMM'U-V and tb .< vonr 1 ititcTc"t) <: i :ivs Mih-c-rilic-rs' I efure {>IIIVUMII! <_J c!>ehere.. ; I'') I (j Ja.-ksonriife AiD :'op 80
school The : JM!IV 7 l p y- L.n fc.*
cost of
purposes. per capita City A i B 4.-p: 5 KiMr.cnn
nriybe for years, that their every action whcrp'.v tbp t'li.i boihh isa'I I .t'i.ui a- ti\t"5. mil tells truth :.ioilt' clinntc \v C arc Ii')\V :!_h4it .r Lvlrt4-.i Jiiop
education WHS about $3 75. For llie will be scrutinized and t-tiiK'd : m :r'eo-ie :rr, b era Ioi-ati-d in the t.t I ) l'r'r -
thoiougMy i made -; -fit'pfiilltijss'l.I V I"i!<"> it N soil, !' '< :'! i"n, c-tc. Tlii- l isciT.iiir Atlinta L'6 a 7)ui'p)
common Hchonl education ot negro youth public, and \\lien deseivins of praise the that QO iJiue-h i is lie irti in pra'-c: >!t. iht's--: ; >:i< ":m"' i llonr 1 i 32LOVRIVKKS !: : rLcI i: :i : -. ________ .
_, thctouji i-, Minto l lijotti. \/ : : ;: cast ofDISTiM.KKS ,
the amount expended was $227.243. The puljlic will give it with all tlieir heail I. j tri'I5itloi >,. Sit in civ f ft'l ilitfv owe tbiirj : JAcKsilvlLr.FBR-ciiT.

lint tlmt they had: bitter Mep out of their j! j I ri'stoi hilt to hlth to lie Utt of (t'nI'lrfit :Scti'l f'>rTrTrr ( (i'\ .\ Id : tt .TdiXf.ifs !Prni; 't4i' I'. NI-i 93t)13 a I. :4.1m'. )t; I.T O.fltXL Nn. 61

number of schools operated for uepn- places in a Ii itt ry than to de>
youth was 73C. in which 764 negio teachers censure. Let us u-spvctfully suggest tour | troub1 with air'; 'Ii -t' ufl t' i.Itit.v.' .. -T--: ; ). tl iK-tiit; s a- 105p-

were employed. .> chief health officer that he is nnlagi I. Liver or Stoiu:u--i-' f !' .!i : or -I.9 it silm'- j i .
>
| KFiY&OO. 4i m. 7 or .
ins, yo i wili sim-.v ihi'i ro'ii-f liv r.iiI'leitrii" 'I f jc' | : itrains rr M.-u-nn. Atl.inta.
,
d and ( .
( salary ordered h-t
tiy l.nv: to tiavel I s.i.-n-v-i. i ii- -iuma.Lv i. ,
T <.nisvili-! X a.iivi1Ie
In 1B 5 Florida h.ul !512 15'it'ppS. ,
post offlcu-s; on "l jtt.Vv amid t."t) :i C m-uoiii.l
around the state; t that the people want I to bottle 4 fji' nlp.-i- fs n-.rrh an.l u-pv.t. vii the
November 1. IWDi there were 775. nn i increase near him talk and tell what he know on
in three years of more than 51 per this our great biibject. tiome other things I cr.. c .--.t:; in ::.vm it.,rtcin n, arci< r.Siv-s 14. 0; a ru.,. hnrtptard y.lI

that are hutting will be tefem-t to in another Get,!oj, i I Sn riPy. -: .- i.iit-t--t. Iii- o :-i !I anti %Vpst Fi'riL, Ifuiflt.

cent.The article. LAWYLK, United l Si ,tes !hum< ,si t I -st bc.in i aneifilnil AX!> JOKBGKS IXPUIIE .! !t'itti tI ': 13 1t: Rln"'H'&;ib aim'! XMV' Crlcuns. 7.O1.. m.
-tlhroijht
ft
Treasury TliomArI't
finds
Department
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acaieful f l-'imiil.i. Dilinjr n STAR : S.f ..
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-urvi-y : v NOIJTII ( 7SasliTKli. St. LouisCin-
c'xaminutlon that there is due the I t the p-isl; we-ek I l'n'I'. Lawn-nee C. M L\t J J CAROLINA HAND MADE rjrui'ilj, ( :, all poirt Xoi-ti. :td vv'est*
.rri-t' ,
cum of $421,503 from the government on AUcr Judze Mvajne. .Ii.bi.son; i.f ihc Uiiile-d btates: Ge-oo! >rn"ilSuivey. : CAM STnnrT. STAUKC. FLA., i.-iim at 2 :i'U ur as,, I lxtr-.s: ;'aa; ft..'ralt

war claim* in suppressing Indian houtililies. Senators Call and hasco and Representatives and M.ite C'l.eni l Nmnuin Hobinsou. 5 1air-4s Ih.! tvac' I..e-I'ir. Tavrs p'shtstsuth s. .l''r'k-a.

Bullock and Davidson composing ). have in in in llie lii-i'i in ai.d ..iliulTallahassee r. 2J\v rus, jr., ivp.SADDI.i CORN WHISKEY I It''n.m in.Ml L tarias fflei Ir.. C.t harizj' ioe City,
'tv, _trrite, ,' 5L 0 p in.
the Fiorina delegation in Couig' cs S. and h-eve ..iluied StVct .uI : iIOHSi-x: an.l, I CAURI VGESal'Aavs S (Ii p ni J.nUI. t' rf. f ts thrcizgl, f-r aI puints
Nineteen valuable: ; sjuciinens fi.H'i whiih PiofessorJolnison Siitl). tcii
vessels
square-ri-rged sailed
have laid before the president ch.irgesagainst i n-.idv l tur 11-. Iltmuiirz! :i spc-cialty. APPLE AND I I I t. '. "; L'cCiimrg. Taa.rPg.
PEACH
into I'cnsacola h-irbor on the 2d ins i., Iims: been c-niblid to tu ike Ins Gue me a t'dl liefme BRANDY .Vr''r"1 rlr-- K >'lthe-rl.1ml, >t. Fet -
> Uu.ted Mates District Judge; limit jal rcprl to I ll.e ilep-irtnu-nt.! They M.II.i.tract.; mm Vi i1. ri/1-/ ; Arrive, at 7- a n,.

from EUIOJH.UDnd South American tind that Tallahassee i< I mil fonn IVe Strife* LuI'Zasd'. And So! Pronrift'ix K.-rf; ,,in i- Ut'at". ".uti- } zprrs. conrectfi
Snayne. appointed by Mr. Harrison I but) up.ui ;i f t'- '-- -lr iirit: 'l I..T' Yr i : tr'l'V- :' .1-f-tTUfrClt>" "f I5ni.i; urlclco
Sime of them made ; ( ( i old faslmined -i
ports. a remarkably dalion'if pliosjilmtic P-ck and. u-niJr-- 'vill fur :
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not yet continued. They that cmscejuently. HAM ) NAFl J. OKN! I r'VM'lwntiai.r.x Hiattalic -
asstrt v fr
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quick pzI..te. The Norwegian bark I lucre i is runsidciablc excitcmenl parkc-d: in casts of .-_ ; % r'Eclnr""'. "t1ouis and
Judge 8 tie has abused his ir-1.i1\ on ili > -o Arrui I 8., j> m
way powers i in in :< qui'-t i- xt-ii x>ttUs.Loxvesl .
way imtflt.flg -1
owncis. :.i
Tinier was only thirty-five days from propt; rly n ;m P Tn ii-ri. ralir.L MiuI! a"tt jrrpis ttaUv
several serious ways.: Ho his, they : This survey will be or gieat value in tine'eveliipment t t piiros f.u.M lfl, n-ir .- ,; uiinr.t.y .cuih
s-iy, ta-. _-h;'. ; ; on :m ,,: isinn in j iIailory ttamcrs tar
London. The Norwegian }'ii k ; ; !TS. qamiij.s I
ship vat 1y in violation of United ttatts Uw. of }'ii ujda. an-1 we 1-ml; ; tm.i C. .j'i_.. rhaM-rs. / < | .. eW Yurk. -trie-St > a m.ii .
made the run from Hamburg in 'ortv-ni DC imi'Se foiw .i.l willi interest to the ; uuthieaimu: !! t:: j ; : orrospoiuleiice ..liciU-d) ( fio.a d.-aler, nnd .OIlsIinU. D. E. A. 0. IaconneU'
the
officers of hiscouiteiitiiely republic..!! I of 1'iof. Johnson's ;' 1 :. ; .:i.titj :: May.we't, t. L &. r. .t.
Fi.jiidi.iii.The .
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days. Tiio ships from the liVer ('Ia te \ ivpiit i. i *t;:cr
and with his countenance I the drawing for j _ _ t "j -- -- :isJQTic3 N. 3. Pcnnir.c ton,
tame up in forty-four dt\s. grand and petit julies has been .j .- -':- Lfivfj -'-.; Lh.K J'JiO. Cf-j I.; hfrcby :pivcn that tlf.H! 'vwi r .U-s.-nh-i L i..itt. ... m "T nn r>r 5ark.; --- Ir.tiLj? ,,;it.r
BO manipulated and tic I Au.-firn.i, t! <-3I I > .. titi 'Je soM tir '' ll Pulpit r ti.
SLaze.flt'V. j A : :- m.Z; :. ;.Ti3 r i -ii b Cf : M in im--t-if-.L|
The Green Cove Spring: The Western that the aiuilinj.v > try t-i rnv t'i.- ,, .1 -,, f,. ;. ,, .L tunutc. r as ln"1' lh"re"ilur
grand jury consists of 1'. L: > '' *,'" i'i: r..r ivj r I
M. 4ti runt. Ta-t-.r United c "t-r -: :t i s-t ..
3l of Florida will) l 5 L-- "JW K witht-o-t < .ii> .iinl T litristi'1 : "tis.site! t.> tli, ;a-i- 1.Oivn'r. 'ffflF (f3 is B"[? $ Iwii
lie .
-jr soon
way putting mi twenty two lepublicans and one demo- j !jiethr<'' <-luireh, I 15.i:! <- Mouiiii, Kauris. W S i ; -2 l'ns. --

wide gang' continental uir*. The rear: I c-rat lie has caused .1 i -av"I l.'ol it may titit! to'clwi! i t'iwoi 0 _ Iiurttit.tiu.r.. SI fell
; men to be arlesk >dor Or.in; '- Neli' .-o\fty Iris !. ] l fMta.j? A-, : ... ,.::il :s.r.-t r. .tiev"l -. .- I CI'nen J.iin. 1 tiut kfl17fl -h1rfrt'.4 tot lruhim I.' I W a 1 S by
of this
In road :
approach oomph-lion across and brought far away from their ho i i.e S. il'UMi fur me. Mluiiiri wet' hail 'lv dU- I tarall.--f : cC. the Ctl: ; fva. 3. I srs ( r-'. n: iv AD.srbr. -;.- ,

the county to Meliose has neces-Maled LI lejuassed the legal place* fur ti'al in their i' CMse 1, nu-J nv si Iilifltr$ tboujlit I Ieotili' ;*i fi'sr .ii'i nni...j\n ,'t jJjJ.. John. I.-t"fSt.l'kl.F. I 1.5.-7 nr I tYi ..f t.s i ai--l S b'c! :. n l>vn G 507 .'

puichaM: of mote rolling st I-is J12) I .-4tt'h
little, ut Dr. Muir's N.-\V l>Ni-oVfi and Ss-- '
y mi Ef. fViHIr ?rir.i .
has been it-cured and is now upon the strong partistn in his rulin j-.-. and is :i'iiciMii'l! ui1 1 v. eil. :ainini, ; 1G! IK inJ r !i i -i- -t -iA ti. i an_t rtp-- live i-'n- -.. 1.. I."t f "n I !ioi-k ir.I : tO __ :
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The ::__ 1 1 .1 ou- -c -VI .1." '.. I, n %-\ fli :Xfl ,.tc i-i.: f. f t-unltv -.nri. : .
pround. elegant parlor coaches came: guilty of wasteful and inethj I J vi'eiit.. Arthur I .iiv. M :tlu.tt'r 1 Love' 1 1I Na r.1. t- I- _
vxtnvagvii: :- 't'm. ,
wi'
; mix \\ .
1'iiuiiv F--k! t 'niiiiin uioii. WiitcAt % c'r r s.f --i.j .f i:'
I : i
here last week for this road, uud during; j ods in his management of duui i. They'' tf-r j I ',f-- 'I. lPiiL'ii :m,! : k' : : .: ;-: '_ u fc,3
tlitii 'li 23
triallid '
: | iiti : nnviti M'i IC; pvid-I I.-'t 5 6 o> ,
l:1ncitniiiIt. .11. '
the week new engine anti nine J .., ,, .. . I ,5' .J rnl t J rt3-.fJr/2I! C.'mnutreiai --;
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present nsk the president, iheieforc. to recall his I ouep. I. Hiii loii'i'U-iit Ir, Kind's Nv\ j ts.. t. : I aS .- -t. iu...._ 1t 'i'-t, ,.. -
box atid the flat cars have IH.-JII received!, j I nomination and put a competent j'idje i in I ) )% ry lr t i'ii'ilim p1 I lieu. -5H t. a .v IJ It Ii I. .1. 1 .s: 1 Von Kirn. A. L. I't1 > -. 4 I Jt '; .,,.,. rl;_ to j :i, o town ct li-'O tc 1J
-i'sr.i. 7 l--t 3 Lit
all. iJ.jn-r.nr.lir. ,
naI l
; The organ for Tnlmages new tal frus Hti! M.-n< Hall. I."tnib lMi..ff 4
iti Brooklyn now being built wu II.I I; detail an.l me iii u VIM.V M-rioUs charade tny ni.iiiv th o-.ia'l fri >:i.is i* to uruej i .4 1$ >'0 Il v.-'}"'. .. .( is., .1 tiict Vil'r'i.,;. r'or .'W... } i.! "i" U: Uowu. 1 .I'ron -.- .tv ...,! |ifr F-i\-! R-v.-.n. l.iUt-1.-'l ntv 1.1.UIPO
ih.-iii iu tr*. ii.' i Ki'" fi tl ii<)!iilft ut i iihiifryii 1 I I NPN 'Ini. S L. (TASKINS.IWALER
it 3 is said be the )largest in the wotM. It -Mttropcdis.Oi I- rt r i w l.i uv i- l -j.a -: : ly Mrs :ircw; | li, 'v ly CLirk t1 .
s. K-j-iil: s.z-'s .IK* an I 1. 3 1 1 :.ltli. r x i>y ( f i' i-j.ii..
will have 5.07S pipes and Hi *t4,1| s. ?, : -- Wj n ?. L 2 lul "l i y il'J"s; i IV IN
tuIs.ti1't luit 4 j.'r t :.i. Iirr. )Iiss Georgia 1. l r 1-U ti. ;i.lU&. ;,i W t KamiV.. 101L'COi
But tUt-a: 1 ..ilinngc I h.-tt.t: r. ti hy
What a puffer It will be j -I1
IF YO VRTIA CKA CTIKS Pi-rsons ; On trial .o 1 .t ,' .tsuttI ';s .C e tm i U R.li( > M .uj. o i>,- Mr-i. \VI I T'SV L'j'l! n Drugs & ModicineuSt :
for himself\ all Many Ue.nlu n .M-yiirs. IlortV ,.
writes Justus bir puffs yon ore orn out, really good for nothing tttt'
I It Is general debi.ity.Try s Are broken dn from overwork or household PEClM .N CIEt r : T. C.1\ H 1- 1 tiii.- tIIH ti.u-ij, 7 iniVM: U- track an J r-ra r ita 6 2. : rko Tin ,
for the mmewpmpri: <>f the country eviry TtKMHA'X //fOV HITThltS. cares Brown's* Iron Bitters o: rtsut. -tc: -. ,
It i'III C .Ii Is. \S. ISAJ1CV -. :379 iysicijjus'
% cure and
wetk. KJoridiaii. you rive a cood appt-Ute. Sold rebuilds time Prescription
sy tcra, aids digestion removes excess Gi>
all Jtfen nvT.le .-/. WALL
by < la raediota*. of bit! !. and cures malaria. Get the gwnriaa. I .a. / : ..'1.0 \
: ii.T.IKffliat all honrt day or
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BEDFORD\ COUNTY IE LEG RJt : Mis.I Mr 1 Coi mick returned to I S' JI 11) .!dc-MUllle". I rI -I State-ICxerutUe Committee. ,

0Y4 ; ( ( sVj1le Tuesday of this week. I Strawlrt-riii-s andunur wtll. only! liiey; BRADFORD'S TRAGEDY. I I The ijitirre'l! nHii r .'t the Slate p'Dt'llIol'rall '

l : -' !I.el"d! imiiL. nun. Several! tv't- ,' Ext-ruli\v! fViniUitee was .
li
shipments
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Sic, Flu.: :a'1 ::7;-t89) I Loui- Dohm paid a shorti iit to ; lein i 11:11':1'; from tlii, point. i I N. J. JONESha : held in .lack-oi.ville FYiiSavevrriinsr.! lIun.I .

1 R I"l'v. u.'r. I -- '- : : home' this week. I He is as flour i' (?'HII'I' tiii-j.! sire bioi.ir.il bountifully.. : ShERIFF EPPKKSOX KILL- just upt-nni anotluT stock ofi P. H.-11-.to'in. A. f.. Uillnrd Hon. M. H, .
U i hinO vvldtli DO BY \VOIITH LESS I )Muhrv ''II Cot: E. .1. Tii-iy being present.Cnp' -
as ever. promiM-a a >I.l] (' of fruit
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; 1 I Local ;:ff il : : I DIsPIn.\DO. i dr\ iiofxN at !lila : .Iuim< R. TnHttfrrm was elected .
j n. L.
II
1'iiiilips rt-fusttl
S. $.jOJ f'-r his i
I : plarc I
\1.. J. L. Fiazee returned to I 1-- to lili I the vacancy: i-au-w-d by the rl''' 11\-:
I --- i : ills ;\sI ll' Fr:1Zt'.who .. ]n-l I \V. tL. lie \\-iuts iiionriow.. but tinplme i I lion of (Col. 1 D. D. Chipkand Ct>lowlI
Oysters at Meatham's.The : \\itl) | i.s Mill d.iMp. A Searcli: For TheInrtlerer. MAMMOTH DRY iOODS KS-: instead
( M. Sparkman was chosen
I Stephen
1 larg&.ststodottIo: (.:, 'I' been here a few days with her n111.. P. 3! >Ij/Iturs; [pm!cicln-tl i-\f. |II| TIuINMiples Indignation.j i i TALLLSIIMENT. ;jnf .Mr.f Anderson rcsin.-d. On motioof

fork i vt-iy iutcn.liiiii suniidns htie I.M list i.iturd j'i The Funeral Service. I { of lion. M L II. Mabry. Capt. Taliafern.
spades: shovels, etc., : si SILt uils-. Tln-ru .
y :.II WHo; fivuir.oin- selected! chairman of the ri-inmil-
bi ought to SarkoatJ
A fine stock; -of ":iliTLIl(1 I I i'l'I or tit' past week or so, and! it i :"tllr. IIYIur'\'. i EI'l'er..lln. nccompanied by a Geor ia: dettciivc c'amution.! ;

4K'lr G eis! Waller' Wills. j i t tiionght : recovery i is doui-tful., cllrn"p.'II!-: l ':::; down in the a.-id a-iolant, went to Lake Butler The secretary wa in-tnrod: to notifyMtssrs.

j I.:!kl' Gi-ncv.t fc-itlcii.t-nt la.t XM'-I kniiii. .,. Tuliafcrn aid s-parkmuii i.! their .
: in :ueh of a 111'1'0 who was the in ligi :-
30() (f'itt.ts'f. J JUiuj. P came: Tutsdnv i'
sale! ; ugg inorn- follliil! ivt-nli I i:.i \\1., ;| IE IW m.ine till! eh-ction.
Centrally: located. Apply to i j I: the pa\. train to attend Mr.I I :'ra\\!l.errv p-irics;: mi i siw .-."iHlars.f! ]i, tor < f the \\'a) l'l"lI.i riot List Christina: The following! 1t..Hhti.n! was adopted : -

POWDER I Jon?*, Starke, Fl.i.: I, : i IUIara I. I ltipltlll1t. nnit:: -. 1 nu..l t uI.1. | f..igst.'in : Arr'vingjit Lake BsitUr.: it wu disco\ercd I. Wl'creas. l'irium..IJlul" '. Vive so shapedthiinsvlvcs i
'- I'll'rOI" mention :"..aI. ,!.-l.n Ki.iji.i's' 1It'bll.'III1l': i that tliH man was not the one wanted but as hI. lead II... Hon. \\. D. :

A I lie.iutiful; lot ii' fancy nat } Mr. J.V.. loelgl': has parclias'-d orange' tin; "!. \\jI'I he picked snaIl i f was: -t inturi-'iis gamliler J and I desperado. I Chipley to th. coiirln";" tint it would rsel.IetC

Absolutely Pure.This good an.i clieaji also I Dr. PII"'I'12: I b't t' ::ir. Knight ( the intt-re-st of Hn- democratic'pierty _
a new : > I l'li.k store :s' xt i i.r.iii.-s.; :: i 1\\ tin carriid brace of revolvers:
j I fuiniturc I for tile holiday) trade I j; !his drug xiorc( and will I n.o\e I! 1 i- :i liiiidoiiuTind, in.ike* a good livnii!. t tj i : a : strapped I of FIoiid.1! thai he should resign thu L 3
never varif A niarvl of II Ito I [to I his -jd!!' ut all times and .-% \\llcht' lrrI position of iiu-mhi-r and t imirmaa: of the
powder
j We
: purity,
.1 G .1\1 I .' in a few c.i\v our h :<'::d Fo'sworfli II< \\ I.rl' i I
strength and wlioltomenns.. Mcire fcommiieal 'I \ : days.Mr 1'1 smile-it \ i, nIle! handy-a! nnn who wns feared by the Dtir.ocratic Exicutivi- CVmmitteeof tin -
\a- M >\\uyunigiihoul I 11
than diP ordinary kinds arnica not !, K<>lil iucnipt'iiUun I ,
with the tnultitu-le tit low test.Khort "Apples, potatoes, onions, W. I II' Rivera will build! a poui.iK lIe Will 1 ma'nl' a :oiIV picki r 1 I\ j citizens 1..tHraJl1111,1 wl.o had boasted ofkiiii.g I state; 'iiul 3

w-eicbt. alum or IJh'b.l'hatt' owJ\'rl. Sol.ienly Waller Will More on) the site now t..d: Ly. 4 12 IG.; j jIV I two men in South Floiidn. Sheriff Wlteu-.iH. lIe has propounded to Ihi* a f
in occupied
C. 411$ K YAL HAKI.NO Powoca Co.. 110 committee Mich potent reasonfor i b'artsignilinn :
Wll t'trectl'ew York. Georgia i list-proof j, seed:; oajs : \J. "'. HudgesMrs. I rhrs: lli. r""I"'I. ft1'-- I' :I.URPH Lppcrjon detiiieu! to arrest him anyway a* impel us accept tin same -?

Trnby, Sternhnrg & ( WOll'.d: 111.-: I- I l. : ..-.-.- Ml ;'. l.L |n..1: I j -ind a :ain"t; I the i lrlJll't of I the good citizens I therefore be itResolved. .
Tate Powell M. D. 1 : Maitin I the dressmakerill I I < 1:tiIi A..i.l.iu! .. ( i.i.di: itmn..v: N bi-t'cr i itliait TIlE: ALMIGHTY DOLLAR That: the State Democratic .
I of LiikiBiitJer; : would and,! make
The best lintof ladies' and '
go
I ) I ) U tlAe brick store (SAm the norllt : nov 011"'f'; ] \'" !.-; vo-i. ''".(; i Executive: Cinnmittt-c of FIa'i tiil.i. i in wciptini .

PHYSICIAN. !) 8UKUEON.STAUKE ; j liho(' rubbers, ..tl'i ., ever ) of Call street, next lo the Staike tial-. Ht'UII"ly .p. t :k t'I a- !la"lc'', :1" oolJl.1I i Ilhl' anest lii.it uight. lIe selected half a I will do wonderful feats Iii : siid: resignation we do so Wits
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this market at .1 (T Alvarez.A Stables.Mr. : :IM < oid has i-oi : !'.:e4 di: : .: lti-ti>:oit in- do/e'i Vi-uii! men to assist him and went very great hesitation and regret. .
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l.q'lIlIel'lf'l: I in Ih..t"II, it \\l\l\ !
1'I4OItfI).\. block of ", .iTe.' fir" fin tii. t tliinking! : it would be MI easy matter. N. J. Jonev' slorv. Resolved further That: the democratic -
new clothing at ( .5i5IhfIaet II::' I h. I' .1.1! :ir.e! ,
-- J G \ Moon Alvarez, an aged citizen irii'-itly Ifs'c: it- -.'.-\ .111if! n.it tuliiidly '! to n>akc I the IIITe,! Altir stationing; his party of Florida owes to the retiring chair. '

--DR. G. F. CENTER our( county, died Imjtorted Li'autl) at \ \' '- at his home; a few miles from; and it i i. t.!: :dy i n.: i ,.itl.I! u id; II.< '; gratitude and lasting esteem for thc ni;i>-
Office and Re8ld nce 41 Julia Str., Jacksonville. Liddon. I Ihi' I.ltl ;I.r.! I 1 1.lIl"\; _' \\ ;.t.l !||i he gave I the order nOt to approach unless tcrly. Napoleonic hand \\ ilk which hi ha* : _
Florida. talkc.lrs. intnrf I and :---v' i 'e''I!. (' r' 11'! levmir l i.e- :' n'quired.( He then boldly walked up to guided the party with unparalleledniicessHttd .
Oysteis at Meatham's.Fine I ; Illligs.! opening! til" secretions, liipiHvinj ; biiliail! : victory hiici crowned iu :
: Von .\m from I Hobok- I the negio :is the latter sat playing cards .
Will be in Staike, at Gatkins' Drug butter and cheese at I'rg I 'Iir- niiii-n-. and .;MIIMII i:> t xl'i.i..1; i iI efforts in Ihe memorable: campaigu of : -
cadI \ 1, N. Y., is the : ofJr.\ and ti-"tn tie! air 1'1.11" set the I'lnjji, ;Mid reiorjti.r I 1011 the giound near the box car used as Is. when the operation! of our political[ t_
Store \\Vlnes.l.-iy until 3 p. in., parlor grocervkeit ItyY.. Irs. \:, t l'r: She will :spend I i the I tli" St-iiiii: to a sii'inj ami I '!it-pot by tlic G. S. & F. The negro even forces had tu l tIC directt-d almost aloni- by i

till____ further notice. jan24 Potatoes, (Onion, Apple ,. tf the \ilh'J in .SILIIIIV Florida.Mr. the 1I.alt'll'OIIlIi'111",1-1' : i II ;,.'."(..... No i : h oilier,'. n'lIlu.j.lIll'reni"dy: injuiikl !! t then l l.acl his Winchester i in his lap and that chairmtn: through the medium of thtdt'graphoj .
I etc. the barrel at Waller \\ ing to the complete! blockndi:
by A. Knight made I prllj''r:.jss. :; II: ::11'1'i i !.; I'II' a cold a. Ins pistols strapped; to his side. The sheriff
T.
J. G. ALVARBZTDEALER a living ,.. tnuted by the visitation of the yellow
Xew 6tock of dress good" at : v tll.I.\I.: s- ;n in a> oollllllJ'! aked him, "Are FI amik Forster?"
; you '
to Jacksonville Wediievlay. and in hi chairman
) a 'nolil ill" :.i, 'I'\i! ; flel! 0111' tl..thl' i fever; losing services an -
.JG '!"' I 1 hI' IHIO answ creil. "I am." "Then of Committee democratic
IN EVERYTHINGCOTTON liotiU.s lAr si' iiy lii\ .'c .r.I minitIorIda -. party t
Just received, a tine :31 i r. R. P. H.illn: will return to I IK Id up your haiids; !r' said the sheriff at loses the skilled diicclion one of itt
York tiis week. Ittooniinlsl; : lr<>Mpcrity.Froui and most
ew | stannchest.: truest active
nobby hats. the s'liue time holding his pistol to the sup .
A .
D
ij.We [ I i- Nrv.- V. I k nrlJ.j porters.llcsolved.. -
Trnby,_Stern burg & have the) best line of misses' T.i.I.AIIVM.I.. I>,:-c. 11 -Iii ihe antcliclluin nejiroN face. Foster made a movement That in purlins with ColnnilChipley :

BUYER. Alvarez & Liddon are childien's straw hats e\er i takl'l dn\s; u1..,.- tiiily imsaismti i'-. ot'nnyitiipoitiiace :as if to throw up his hands arid as he did ItS its chairman thu Committee ::

---- --- ters for wines. ____ Starke. Tniby I :Sternburg I & <1. I : in I-'ii.lila \vc.rcoittn and! so, I.e grabbed Epperson's wrist of the Car load of Corn. loses one of its aMcst councellors, most '

THE BHUDFOHD COUilTY; BANK, Finest- hosiery in the city and : St tra'IH'Icratl'I .5 1 b\H'j th.in I. ever I lumber, iiiid' lie 1 hailer Ii.ul ii"t a->iiidsl.l I hand: holding the pi-tnl.' and throw it up. Car load of Flour. companion active memher and* most us well loyal us friend.u most genial

the lowest .1 G Alvarez. t ll ttiairi.ilt.dr! l in 1,1 t I He then grappled with Epperson and _
prices at Trub\, Sternburg & Co.An :1> ;to a StillS ( TM.it Car load of Hay. -- --

STARIvi:, FLOItlDA. Yon :; buy-t lie bist nvi-titio: lo ::111'!( ; ic. Tl.e volution:! of threw him on thc giound. As he gt up Colored TeachrrV Ieetlne.. .. p
can always immense' : line of harni-ss:: ; and Car load of Oats and I>ran. The Colored! Teachets' sociation met .
drew his ami! fired
I
Genera! It i InFxc.hansi .I\f' I liiinr, ld l. tic.negro pistol : two
Does a :inking ls.w ter and cheese at I G Alvatcz. t'.tI- iniaurip: .lion iiiidiridtin1 (
I as llIiulll1cnt. The president Ix.-ing -
ndl..
per .p
u l 1101I>;lii .tui l sold onill t principal Yon can getanvtliitig.i l j just n'.I'ld' at it nii'iti.-.i! ut! ( ait..fl! unj.rolilal.If.! nndihno -h.iij i m quick succession lot Epperson. Car load of Grits and Meal.Rustproof al>!ent, H.! Dell on motion by S. II.
: (
you Slernl.iirg: Co.liiiiiirv .
: cities of the Llliletlitatcs andKuropp. at Truby Sternburg & c;). Tniby : ..: e\iiy ow \vlto en .'<'. ii! it niu h both of whic.1 took effect in the 'lowcr Hendiey. w.is made ttmpoiary prt Hde t. -

and co\v whip-:, an in.men.se' soon' aft( I' tl.e war faili-ii ll is now raised, pail; of :t the stomach one entering about After re uhusig, L Albert the chaplain

Collections Promptly Attended To. icir lo-i'1 ot'I new Hour ': ., jtist )received atTruliy liowevi-r., in C'KisiiU'iu'i'.e: I the middle on the left-hand tiouser pocket offered prayer. S. II. Ilendley tisovedthisi.t .
: (itI.Hmtit'j and .
than ever at .1 G .\h'al''z.Chiltlr'n's the navies of teachers and honorary .
CSIMSS Steriilmi". it: (). I \\ i ills pioilt.The. :I.I iiiul t iLe oilier about the l lower part of the members be enrolled. Carrl lt. II. Hump-

you SOMCETUD. woolen) hoods of ui!! J. 31. SKIDLE, }(-:'t. saques at J G Alvarez.Cedar EXllinl. 011'tl.k l kile.lll'l t ta I toiluncoii.nuiliiu. I Sbveieil I the main artery causing a on the method leaching grammar
and. safes 1 1 I j'lii'id MiiouMyndit'ated
: befoie you buy.
11.' I Ircsh fearful (lo. of blood.I5y was rend by Miss Kattie Wright. The
1IAt'liE'1'TBOAItL I Ca .
(
I ., W. I'. Ki-y oysters s
1 St Co. i'gaii.st: : lIst pro-'pl'rilY of the moved that S. II. read
_ Truby, Sternbnrg <\ I president Ilendley
day Meacham's. Leave
at this: the other
your time pi.rties
slate lIst even duii.: lli.it tune c< ti-id- coining a prepared pi q per on the Reed and Kellogg
) OU KOOUS.WANTED { ) ders. CIIr l'l'I. has impnnrd his I eralileicici: >> was al1..;IliUil; in the ciiitivuti"ii up to iissasi the sheriff the negro dodged method of, diagraming. Curried. Miss

-A few Uoanleis: on I I l.:1llil''r i Jl: .Jersey nnd''. I II I .ice just east of tiyv., 1 : ;"I'at deaf. .! I'f the i-ran _. :.lid otlii citius fiuitiilid -*, iiii
reasonable tc'rnis, or will le.t Room, I|I very low at J (; Alvarez.: I| e his; ttkl'l: oll the :tlllll':1. : : j tlii-i III (':Ifli :1.1: t'f.ntilltll'llo: Ini Altiiou several: pistols were emptied 1'. T. Thompson addressed the as-
it
I sociation after which to
ritber fUl"Jli -I.t'll l or nnfurnisht-d.) Stonewall ,1ll.bonOltl: &'e, as far :1I I Il. Ilil.l, : it: t 'I : alter him lie made- good his: escape but adjourned
: ILdll at S
: nioM I'iolilal.ii' ; -lry. inCTl'l-illg: i \- meet again a. m.. Saturday.
Call on or a'l'lrusMILS. Bucket and Old Yalll'wll. > '. Ici.cc :1"11.1 I .. place.: I'lu-p 1"1) yiar :ud; In 1.0'"I1tl'.1! pi'-pm- C'Il'lIl'oaud'tl.: l Mr. Ej-p--rson was I I Night cnteiUiiimunt: thedebatp.-After
F. IJ. JONES t' fni: tn'<'s ainl, a siil<-i- calling to older, Mr. and Mrs Muck and
always on hand. at 'Oltlll I then teiidcrly; Jiaul: and c-irried to Major
ol Floi'iila
tiois ge.it! ia:::! iitiitle.; the .
I i.l garden :and "l: : I : ; : i L. II. Green were appointed The
STARKK r:1\'II'I1Y pat 'ii. judges
FL.\.1 Alvarez M. L.V.CAiiu.ey's house and Dr. New-
i lila: :e !havii-jj -tl"1'.flll; liv.d in lluViliiiii i "
:
question \ olved. That Observation
was. -
I Coloi-el! is makinir; it o.e: of t tlu-i i :
--------- I
A CH1NGJ Pickled pig I'',rk and boiu-les.s 151:1 5 II.,.: I some called but be drew his last breath is better than Ke.iding." Affirmative
in our wty.: .
:
\ Teeth at Truby! : Slcrnhnrir' & C'o.A : Itall. \ tie! p is'! tin yearthe extension just( at the dec-tor's arrival, which wus Oats. were II. Dell. J. C. WiUonf! and S. II.

filled U<1 pro full lit llr.li. : -I! column 0 i this,i pau'e :about :N') minutes ulti-r be was shot. Heividmtly Hendiey/ Kt'gttlveHrl: L. Albert. 11.
I of lie luihoj-.d Fimidtrosn
l stock ot doors i-ash i 1.1 : 4NT
e r T f d without : cvsU-iu .
coated Yeast Cakes. Hampton and .1. H. iSmitti. The fifthmalives
dcstruutittuof blinds received : i.e found) the card <: thel'rad miieto; 2 .." iiuks h suffi-u-d no J tin and the only Try ray sugar
4.
just I at : > ; greatly developedthe hc; t. Iriving eight points majoiity.Saturday .
uerves. .' C" ,ir.ty 15-ink. These ".. sEt Is I.e utieied I "Boys. I uin shot."
ro was.
I & "ell .l II., leiiiii-lli. morning the association was
i ru Sterniiurg \. I s sources. < I stat:, 5-; :te.-
AbcessedT have come, :an.l si : h'-I' I after I the called to order by. J. II. Smith. Prayer
j jii-t ; c.itaMiophe.A I
fsth \lT&*& Z3 The large.-t; sto-k of I hoes, : uh.t .I.1:!.' to 111: !* !M i V.. ', q';'uiiiliis of I lit- ic.tilo'.V ; I
ask do the by the chaplain. The foimer read his
all to banking 1'I r.ie s1 was despatched: to Staike
. SUCCCMIUI1Yrivo muck forks, etc., ever seen in St:t i : I .\ .- J.iisi- tlito.u.: .\L '':LiS, 44'ACAICC I'gcr paper on spelling and S. 11. Ilendley one
!' of :1lld'I For i :several ; lo into: :'in hii wife and family and .>
at JG( .\ \1'1 tl1.: 1olIIll'l'r ts1-.a.t-; !hs :t p'. :.llr 1I.'I'I'I"L'II. posseof on nnIl1l1clic.It papers were discussed. 4
I' TKKTII I adjiixted; I in :iu arts'Ic ___ peop.e'; ii\e:: 1'1'1 cryin-jf : t aimed I lit i in rehi of I the
1.llnH sea murliciir. Miss Julia read
: l'.uI Thompson an on
and sirviee.ill tiiaii: ncr. Ov-tcrs fresh lI\i'r :lt)1.1:1111' Tl.e juincij'al: (r 'i'i- --jipiU'i.t; : : :rc I essay
k. and now t tfu! tiiey! lan' one: I '; m Thl'"ow} were searched for the method of teaching. Resolutions of
-- ----- I >a( ol I::t on liliGuit al.ii! i"c.cK.aliduiH. ; un theAli.iniii I
: : is their duty I to it. Tlio-e" : i thanks, offered by S 11 lleudley, were '
patronize .- ari'iiiid bill tilt nol local-
.ii! S : icgio: was I
WM.\ M I. DEHART, Tie) f nl'lllIh( ';:I>('r-HII-h !b: our ciii/.cns! ; .... ho ar,* doing :inv !j : -. plt-Sl"rl. On the question "Resolved,
. ... j i: ..! from tie! clini.ilii i-l! up; !to lalt: Tw..hy evening. The hunt That
; tj. the of
beer Alvaicz & I/iddon. all Hilly iiiatn-jty. re ; haidships Ihe negro are caused -
business, all .should j
at
DENTIST CALL ST- STARKE.All lw : : 'hi
was: not given up and the determined by his condition and not his color"
.
.' 't: i'.o'id.i.: i li.i- ma.le by
.' j : : \"a.I":i: ';t. I' : ; >
I'i.TI While our t preset stock of ( ( ': ; do it throii'! their !ii me J II Smith. W H J C Wilson
of Hampton.
the most approved stles : I men who were in t the farcli! will not giveup
WORK ineliidin I'ITICK: l.\RA ( UM." tug lasts: v.e will sell at 1(1 U 1 :. I k. i-iili\iitiiiii! c.f tIe ;ti.i \\ l'dTalld. : otli' r I I and L II Giei-n will speak in :the aiHnn-
siutii ins
Broken and I Ti<'lvfl I'I.ATI.S nien-lod Come early s nd 1 '(' --.- ------- liiiiJs: :11Jctal.l's: a Miune t siiealjiroiil : ; cjiptunj' ative and I. Albert. S II Hendiey. 11. :
.trout and siuooih as when iirst made prices. Christian Charci- rvices. : : anti built up u 1 II irr>> t trade; I tluuin.Ami ( '<.!. T E. Biu fath-T of the wife 01 Ddl.tand J IJ V\ ilson in the negative.

--- --- bargain. Tir.ci! tings I :tl I tin; C'liiisli.in c Lurch thbt !!''LT, ac.'mp It.k,1 by hN son, ar- Papers (.n reading, spelling grammar. \
Teeth Extractea without Pain or & 1i'H so, l loo.( the cultivation: of the i pitll'-I
Tniby, .Sternburg ( inliicti-.l I 1 I 1 I'V Kl:!'!l'l t I It .\. I Ilopjii-r.I Hit* i\\-i i I -t Lake B'ltkr about noon and [ geography history and arithmetic wilrjbe )
:
Danger. I ::!j.i'e tiil! co.in' sits in !the soittln'rii: panpcisii.sti'.i -
Seed potatoes; cheap :al I read by llampf'w.: Green. Hendiey. Smlh'and !
will continue for '
ky !
in
Terms CASH.RIVERS. 1'UIII C\I'gl"t. j re.l.l.tl I.r !'roniriti th" ">nii>i ins back to Starke Mrs.l .
I oj' lid hn : ;< MissesVright"and 'hompson. The
Wjih>r \ 1"-I.1111'. ti.nc. .\ t".t I mtcicsl is l.ik.-n: I jj..s 11"I I 1 G. \ EpptiAon 1 < IIs')!h.cr of the sheriff, ne tMsoi)11ill be held at bli"*. -l'-7f3 \ 3 3it
pill
& JtIXElt A car II-nraJu *l i tl\; i m tln-s.- IllrctillLS :11.1 l p'-lt' Wolk I is "I'il! : ]j Tie: I'U'U''- 'Iii cio\\iiis ; of II" 1il,1: l I was piostratcd! A i fn>in :nef upon i lest us t mig GREAT Albert addressed the meeting lI.f1t rjwhich- I

seed potatoes j ju-i p-ceived I at ('. Jlvcrv: m liodi i is mvitcii to al'I.d I ITcachers' I tie awful tlcalh I of hr oMtM ton ; and adjourned. -
r.-ules of ( 1:10" ,.i il ::11111.11"IIIIt.ltCo: n.iileviloptd -
,-DEALEKSIX- ; H. II. HKNDLET Act. SecSlarke.
SttrtllJ1lr & ( of
Traby ; Association.Coun'y I I\:-.l iu-r:: : : } troiu idni"t i.othiujr. ..1,"Lt fi'iir 3 eas aes, I the senior Cpperi Fla., Jan. 17. 1S90. \

: llutproof o.its atlleiberger 1 :UJH! 'iniicii'liMit:. J. \\j. liJII" tl.ae ie.;::> ::go t I.> .1 ) iphlor aim'ii j jI'Ao.md i : ; Ihei .|/nil: < I liiis C'I'Jllt11" killed;! B Iliill: : I .

Shoesaats _J : .fc _IJichaul.A I ali iu! while :l' i.WI:: : ii llic c.riii-) : a Ij\Ull'l': million.iouiuS:: ] the :in he s.inum sac: : i r by worthless!: i.egro Tarlironorai.gea. )
of the FlorIda
trck of men's haH ': to I : Orange: ('oPee on hue .i while: Mr.J.C.McKibl.in.prtsuIciit 1
new 11..1:1 : tl.e'uuk! of \1.1111 is I t ti\is I : t.- nuke at am rest. Built :
plt:-' It car, I grown
Olotb.Ln..g er than ever at J G Alvarez.Mr. \' of FdIU'L\' alII o'ciock, to ,. ::::niz.- i| II. (!;, -ien! leiinty. thangie it i is MHIISSi fall.cr and 1 i'.In1'\' faithful servants of I Orange Growers Union, I has issued an 1

-and- II :ni.\: Ilochle oilers; .! : teachers' a"datiI::. :::101111' tlu-sr !i' fiilsy i.i'-ud I in t.' :a'r pi'i'j->i.:, of I Ih.Iatt'. ii.e l.iw aii'i: wi i k hiii.t down! while in full address calling upon orange growers to :1j

Gents' Furnishing Goods. mule for sale. S rcin-iin over in I lie city fl'l a !: The t-Aien-ive muii'it.icinie of cigars in vigor MI the Id: (if lit;).. N. J JONES emphasize their desires by weighty peti-
will have d'I' tions to our congressmen, asking that the I
people an
; opj To lit' w Mow who is bereft her
iTome" morl'tl' -
The sales of wcet tluir .. Kiy \\ ct. 1"itll'I'all.1 c-Ntwhcre in I lie pralI.dlll' tariff on oranges will be raised;lo one dollar .
: G000S&NOTIONS. No trouble l I in slow 1 11"Iilrit and h.n sin I inT-int to rear, there 18 I
DRY are enormous. to ---- -- TalC is nn inuui'.n; :m '.f great magnitudeainl a box. We give a hearty endorsementto :

the second barrel i to a customer. ('a fl! lt'IC nti. tSenator iUlld: pi'i'lit.: Tin: i'r' ,lii:: uc and: l ivcl.uu ill'ii but little 10 s.iher; grief is abundant! nnd Is now uff ring (or Hale his !autiful the effort not only on tie theory Hut .i }

Having just ceived a luryrc: stoi.k or sale l\.1> IK-iberger -Hidiard. riuinli's :attack: ujtoii :('iOI: of a iar;hul.iiK-rm-.i! ;aie.i i'i the suullarnpoition wuh her Bradford I county mourns as it we should pet our due proportion of the -1 _

the Jlhlfve p cl/f.I., W' an* pr'IIII't"tI to supply A car JoaTfcach of corn, oats al::11111! state oJcial. ali! prcsi-n-: ot I the ptlill-U'I; : h.ue di-veloj-ed! never mourned turf-ire. There never was ORANGEGROVE bani-fils to be derived while wit are living t
: wanls. Give us a cxM: and iii-
your in J G Alvarez. in the Mitfniti: ; la-t tiltoild: and the such .1 taiiveisal: I feeiiitg i s of grief as now in
pei our jroods before buying else hu c. hay just at Llil'.l the l.i -t sugar laril!: : under protective{ sy"ter.-., but we think N '
was niiwarratit.-ii: ami ccrtamlx: : : I cultivation ot cant- I U.eieon u.'id! i.i.inuf.ic-: I this houi of -id. .l-
oats atTniby and
Texas rustproof hasN
: RIVERS A: JOIN Ell. upon II higher more enduring + f
I STAUKE. FLA. I Si en i I burg fc Co. cacul.iteil! ; to nmtli cu-i'it I '0 A iu-! till.! 0!' sugnr I"* :d!-" a I.ug'isiiul pr..fittt.1e I The lliII) of the dead sheriff! ai rived in involvins; anti endorsing fundamental t -
aug23 Call's I Sdirkc' at a late hour of night. The citizciis ,
from Kans is. :T it-jr: : : iv- 11I1.ust 11 .
---- Dtiy; the be>t H'ill.! machine iy.1'iols.ihly principle or democraeyThat r -
.1 (; .Ah'I '', -.! a>kini!; tin- !-ccni.iy: <>d!' tl.e illr- : tiotliii.g.; : Isowcver pi onuses a : of St.iike were formed in rows On corner of Madison and Walnut this government will always be

COMMERCIAL HOTEL for fuiihcr infounalion icl.itive! I 1' tin- .lAititinc; its' arrival and as t the wngon
> giiatT: shut' S *' ot \. :'aa111v the s-ae: in the Kiipporled by a tariff tax is a fact concri'-
Pickled] and This in the heartof red
;
pig pork streets. is
I1taili, the Casket into
Ci : passed: town. grove
that vaIn! ililc land hail lucn !
;; gi\'I'1 m-ni I hiture I tli-m the rerent t di-covery cdueli by all partie and requires
& ( argument
STABKV FLUU1DA. TinbSternburg 0.
beef at !
fell into line and I
the citizt'iis marched
I state of Flol\1 as swall :t.s id: .ovci- pliotphate: depociis in appaiently in- by our city and is now heavily laden to sustain it. The democratic party 1' '
OPPOSITE DEPOT. Choice Karl H/ and the home of the bereaved widow.
: H' Heauty twos to
) hind \1.1: did not rtit'lV' (',1 1 t' t.x let ui.t tit'le (jti II.I 1 ties in I ihe Wesicincmiial recognizing this fact advocates two conditions -
Ilehron seed potatoes.lleiberger: The funeral took place from the Baptist with fine ripe fruit and a -
presents
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMODATIONS.- ma tin meaning: nnd! (Ictiniiion of I the i IJtlllit.1d tlu-peitlni-.il.i; and.! in in connection uiih ibis indirect

: $2.00 Per Day. & came up in thc senate and was sus the past tuoiitti I :e'irr.lll1lillins hive beeninvi.ted church Wednesday afternoon Elder beautiful tat. First, that it shall be no higher -
Walter WilhTbas just I'l' l'i\ R. A. Hopper of Kntucky, who Is holding appearance.
liy him in able Slcl.dt licfore thaI t iheriin. Tbe above :ate I the mostpiuminent than it is nccjuary to meet ''he ligitimale

rECtAL RATES MADE TO WEEKLY OR nitv fresh stock of fancy ( ( Al its '. ; uaior Plumb indiiblii--s m i-f tl.e state. '1 hereaie a P ri'-s of meetings at the Christian demands of lln government eeonomically \ -
MONTHLY BOARDERS. Call and -ee him. church! nml"alilJ Never has that beautiful Also
fit ;Iiiin i in 11104.1 'INivspccl-i title.! Our
to al'I1 a many other ol[ ki"er iaaiijt and eor.stit Ut lonnils' ftl ml nistered. Second -
HOTEL THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND Buy cigars: cigarettes, I in which h'j faiictl: : to make a w.tii hotel t I little chinch been mon crowded! thani
your manner: imiivalk-d ci'ii: it-, the >t>t that it shall be so adjusted as to fall -

RUN IX FIKST-CLX QIUJEd.J. fleet and groceries at 1,111 slllaiuet; I liy, (acts. "1 \ill ;aiconi'ul.-.tii'i ia : he \\''iti. brill;i : to the i! I 1 t'niocc'isioii. unites it WAS when on a House and 4 Lotson hc.iviett on the luxuries of life, which are
Alvarez& Liddon.Shoos ; Il'olnl( !!.;!.st)! nit'Iit Ihree ye-irs ago, the man
; Call! in In--
J. .EI8SCHMIDT! be 10\'l.d, Slid :l'ilal,1: -.Lite. "\'''V \'. inter fliUItic'U:, .tiul tour- enj-)>ed by the prosperous, nUll be lightest -'fl'

Di-clS PropiiUor. shoes, shots! Elegant ply to I the senator: from !Kauris. "l-y i.-l. ill pin-uit ot Iu>.iltli ai.d pleaMlie; ," v. ho who now lay dead: hcie led his blushingbride corner of Walnut and Jackson on the! nmari of life which can only -

of new styles atTruby I is cxirai'idin:'I example: liy the scant: i. tLe of the to I ihc altar. Eider I Hopper preached .I
----- -- ry i ) ('outiii/u e to pr.i-pniiy bt.ite. be seiMin-d by the! poor. Viewing all -

UTD" MINER I Sternburg- & Kansas to follow his vat iuinnei: >. : .i.d: m.-u-y 11,1.1!,, iu\i&iiCiits!: und become i he hoi iniiiral service the writer ever streets. Also lutes a* a iii-ee' -'i.iry burthen let Hits Indirect
.
li-tened to ami th-it found its
Xew "l'l"it; lies of ) his r.susmeuiptil.1c: ) methods. 1 have IK tt idenlitie1.: with n;* one way tariff tix be t>o laid as tn J lie felt f ; '

1'rllhtt'l"lthul"'Y'. & in the hallllf violating: Hits dlelllil The population:; of riiiiid.-i; hi e' incira.'shii.oiii. dn-p itito t hiSS h'.utf; all present t. one acci-rditig to th'- ability of each lax payerto

New straw hats at debate( and di-cussmu. I5u!. i I : oD i pi"' 't lit siiue Ivji 1)). I eins a that will live long and he productive of 30 LotsIN bear it. This is the fiscal policy of the J

bravado he itau-r; |'' 'i'',' ti'ii of nn mc.te thin that gina good.TI.e I. ji
( tl his idle
Trnby, Sternburg & 'I ills by e:1 I of -cHI1l': shite.. Tincj.idemii: il niarch N. J. JONES' ADDITION TO Democratic party. -
to the
the iihs! any : grave was begun at .
Irom defending i
fre-h ; me i1' i"Hti i.f the > Applying" this recognized
Cedar Key oysters, \ yel.ow: fi-ver <'ii- state in STARKE. principle to
thruo'clock and
: of
lav: Meachams; ;, i'} shell oi /' I the |.eopie of I)state. 1 He.it him \\ ihs I I..tIt mpon.iby. it-t..ided, her pio!ie"". I was composed a great the Ur.ll tax on oranges and we see at -

I Parties hin oyntcrs for ii scorn and contempt: I tint h<: dl'-lrn" I 1011111..1 oi'iv j h'> sl'c u-<"ov.ld, then i'r.iili.1 1III j 1.111111.1'1' of I'fop'c and teams. At Crosby LOT ON CORNER OF MADISON I on(( that it leadi to the advocacy of a
Kansas has (ll.i-< ejidtiiin: ie u'ld in li'c: eiiacl-j! 1"l'n..1lrr: was laid the b"dy of him whose
order 4 l'oel:01) : II.B : ,p.I'l'l i high tariff on this product us it cannot -
at
m.
\\ill AND THOMPSON bTRS.
please p:_ I L I mi-iit of I teller l.if. far She PIOM iv.ition i till I I nielv ties tis we mourn.I under anv circumstances be considered a
color at Ii uthi. 1'uh'illllll'lh liealt'i, and tl.e t'-lalII..'lll':1 of j jai
Job printing any ) < tli.it ilie puliiic I I I11.nrr, Epperson: was born iu Talla- where his store was burned in 1886.! nece!ity that the poor are forced to buy. tti ?
!
', i lie! alleg.ilioii lil'lJt'lalt.0':1'11 of ha allis v.itl.
ii l'lttll tlii: :
II ;
,\ bound to of.i'l' : ,II'
office. C are I Al YCP, raise the t riff on 'ranges and reduce fI
WATCHMAKERAND do.ie un\ contr.iiy l o l'n:") p\l.1 ". -wi sc 'I'I'it. poi: county. L. September 12, 1S53.nisd ,
Come and let us price your i-icix-ily thing i dtrir'-I' it on those artii Its tint tIlc'I"'r arc corap 1
I lie pail: \eill I' h.lVC; fill: V d'mtr.tI t !.I'H'e1.. a little more than thirty-six: .
I
po-iiioti Is'
public I 3iy! ( lied to haviand you act iu strict iJ'cord
order eNewheie.Seed ) htl'l.tt- ac-
before von : ) wi-dom ot thiI I .W .is v.iK: as the selectionot I
;) potatoes'by: \dlOle : kuovvn in le iition to the state <-i tl-e lic-irii. hive re-foii'd .'eo: !Jl-'eiK-e' I I \ < ur- of age. lie iniminiated to Florida Residence and I 10 Lotson with justii-e and the fundamental (,
v.'v'.i j ; !his f iih.' apd in I lh principle of tl>c democratic
"r'J1r14jlt r familj year : party.
Walter \' t. Tlit liu'ls! ulll.c :Iat. :lll' as \\it.jli I il.e s? ,', I"n.ll'II': : { :.i,1; g\"u': Florid -
STARKE. FLA. 'talile :ai.d : able as the! nator f '''1 in lea.-oiia'iii' : rtt'-i: f ce "I' IO'ci.a: : in mepi I IM"J; <. a-.tl: -i short I time thereafter the fam- Lovers' Lane, adjoining K. L. :: ---- -

ppcial i attention phen to repairing Wat"tle'OClocks Come and see our new stock 1; .u1-ss.; U.V; Ihtir as.I i side"be would sink into I "I mic tllill! ''he I.:ttir.'. I i.y:) 1"ic-iie.l at !I.'a!..' Bu'Ji-r. in this county.I Iltirkl-u'* .Iriilt-a Naive.Tr.e .

and Ji-wclrv. &c. ic. All work dot III ill i lIerr. Jt? AU a ( of tie Tl e al ov+- ':!-.tt-meit: II! :.u-H anciven I \!i :M- h n nviir.pu until he reached man's Adams' property. l t, St S.ilvin tho world for Cuts, ,
reaconbble pr'ct-p f>-r cash i li: .tIIC. 'Hie l :!al'leuIS! f is :,\: l I'a i !- lor ihe oj ;i'i"il that! .it r.oin : r.rui44crt; -*. L'tcors. S .It Jiliciiiii, _
(11'folIljlls .e
A new stock. : I : ;just j; I i in I lelilion: I to I I 11101\ioatio'n,! ltI t .1111". lid p:1.-: "! In* 11:" j ro-p< cl or th" e-tii- : after which; lie went cerking: in r. 'V'r i.reT ,lt.,r, CliH|'?ied I llandrf.ChilbliiiiiH. -

'74O4J .J J G .\','( ilal.s chalr1.il ot 1 the coinnnlUc: !I' !irie'it ud; l.'pld < "ce l.'i'aint: of: the >litej I ihis t..wn. waere he continued at onlim LOTONCORNEROF I Coin- and all Skirt 1'ruptions -
tg .
iW r An entirely; new stock;; of !ul.lic lands (ulr.th has jal1: -d"I1"1I! j j :n'ti the int-ii '--.' ,1'! v.t-l::;; -iiid populationti ; : I .- !1. ilL' engaged m the mercantile; busi- and poitvel\ <-ur> .s I'iles, or no -
I I I t fl'IJ t.tih'.1. fl. .a i.e j'mz.i-e: 't itl; t\ !I.!.khI i.. pay rt'qlliat..1. It i- iriMrnntf to tjiveprrtVii
.1 ; Alvarez.Fini't I '! until four
l"'l'lj\'rt at ( n I :*' f. : years ago last
must I.e sln.ulii! l-e asliaiiu-il! j
4ty ro.f j -- --- I er the m/iici: s ) : t ,<- 'ne* yei < ] ::< 11.1' lesnr.e.s ale |! Madison and Thompson I oo saisri"tiin or io"nev rrfun'ieJ. -
butter Iud cheese at ,. Dic'-mS-T whe'i; liis I-itlser. who was then Pr'.r: :'. mi'r J>o.\. Tor I'I.Ll6 hyruclliPltJ1. .
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to be better I nlormc-l i I rq.lrIIIlIlc 'I' l 1\,11 and iv :t'llij 1 i: i-.t r A i'') MI v i iiiuii.

fi : .; JI Walter Wills.Seed I cUssAt..1LC5. .\J! tic senator: h is s..ni: .I).lll t'lIbr% !; ...' rv. would not sriotsshu shtrlllf! ;: i liji": l"CII.I:18 killed! under where his store was burned in 18 *5.1 [ ---- -.- ,. .
VoJ .vt laid. our prosperty.! I simiUr circumstHncc near VaMofta Ga. I Holt of Honor
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< S rustproof oats at I Ihe legislature! ef Florida; II i is utterlv l j -

". & f. e.o J G Alvarez.Potatoes i I '! e :l\tlll:1ll'lIe. alaI; i it his bttn said for l'ucss-- 1 1'-. rt.r.MiXG.-- _(;.n r..r. Henry Ih:11I'nt! ; sheriff! of this counly I F"l1.\\il1 z is the roll. ; of honor of tht

\.vv ( / ; .. I I rl H nit'd.On and lies con I I n iiecl to till such position Al o Lawjjy t K-hool, Mi ..:v" / -/ ', .# cabbage apples, etc. I'urp-ise of nmUiii 1 an aituck upon i princi, 1\1. anl 'II..s1. E Cone. aq"l iMt.inf.
a. "> t I TI.mcIn'n.n! !!. Jan 17. it the since. 1 hat I.e filled the office :
pJ' I U itl :"' 'niMacn.iis as.-uinption o!ty I j ever ac- LOTS To attain this distinction pupils must
'Y t I 't..ilI'wl'; ot ihe bil'Ie'nin'Iur.: Ml-*. 3 ON MADISON STREET ti.
cf ..c.fY" $ r .; 'alln I ? uithoiit' and that he
ct-p'rtblf 90 in their
6 his : I, I he speaks ut ellai\i.I. I' 1 ", :. X D poo saving average studies aid be perfect e
c- -C-O 'olb .- The lioiV.or ( f ticket No. I 0 ( '! 0:1 pall i tll.< l I y Il".J.: .1\ ". : I I:111
V/'' < \ as not being Milled to ti.i-ir: place: ;;s j \\)!) to'li*< I.'icvlone/ -. j' m.ul! a inot'.fl! sheriff would hardly: beifl.te between I. C. Webb and C. L. Peck. in depoitment punctuality. Number
3I :
the
call and
,J ff" get
'Y.7..2'. ti will please I of pupils in M-JKX.I, 76.
,;, ( ,, .;.' ... ., .'I
y ,o./, .;<.. e.o' liisnelf as ignorant ot j enre ,'i I li.c; bi-ide'.i f.ith! rt! Mr. O.1.. !! tUilutits! ',f the llicc required him to go. Stella Bonnell.! McCulley.T. .' "
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/ "<: )v'o.+'/ "' .v j! A'.v.: :. Z. I iy HtX S Wauiri'-'Iil." :r.f}i ::flc'\ !h:' ; 'iiitimely taking: off is doubtless Alv.-i Honnc'il.! .''eph Parish. \ j" :\f
b e. '.,. .'. .. c.t'V n Siibsc"lic fli) = the \: .. :i Th'- &.'.:Itt of Fl.nili; I ;s A the t-ijual 'II. rU hfiri.e.id; to M l II 5" Fraiue.-: .v i\7. j jOn i dm to bi s ciiHm'!'. to faithfully ixecuteihi One EHa CannonViihjt. Powers. % :

/i.-,:...-''C.It', ..\ '. .Zh"..<.fiJLo- .. < ... Only a dollar_ : v .nr. !j jI any other: state. IN t ...ltJt| I.UIltioIl' '1 llSic'nill., !. Jan. tl. uf Ihc t ;i'is! oour.'leti to him as :a -Ptl'liC (f- 2-STORY BRICK STORE Katie mil.Iilclrcil Powers ; 3
,0. .- .
to.'I'',<0. -t. 0" I ntHLE.|{ ; equals! .,1 1 tl.e n jm-' ;;' ..liveof other "re'dco! : (ii 1 "T.V.. ,.\e I'I. I 11-v J. !'. f.cer.Hi Charlie 11l!. Hal.! O. emith.M .
," ': + rft l Ihkilllll; Vr.: JV.. HoiL.-i! I itMi : .-..a.ri .ttjr.j4n'iIrv! 1SS7. Rnlt leaves on Call street and a good nock of Louis Hill. : '
4 '. e1.4.< (" i' 1 ORANGE (a: )YE cs. I si"id!. s..' >ru U'Vs-"- : wj inl iiti..i'e: ; ;! : s ri" Smiih. .
( ,, Valuable <- r :I.ni. .- !" > .\ v1! Mi. !Modp-i- ..iryoiint :'awi'f I: ,.ti-l! i.pt- eliihl: bereft: of a protector / LizzI, SmIth.rlil li bii John. ?
O4tgb c. 4 I it 1 mine down to ilie: !U-v-1 of tl.c ,. with trade al- -
.. .. v sn.od term; ; :i-:,CI 1 p"paar: md.-'lIt: ':.d I ..it.-o. :and ;> t-ttl.t -..rc. by the murderous goods a prosperous Bamuel Tin'mis Vincent Wilkinson. -
.. f' Ct I. : THOS.E.{ ) \" ( '; ii ii )od I asal l character; of I the *'<..t.iiU ,! Ft utile (he \otiri: ;.,
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': ra4f r4 toe -tho9 words-with trnsjoold,jiuspl- w'ar up a little i the excitement olh'er EUROPE'S CRACK TRAIN. AMERICAN EDUCATION. .
uuty vrtttgraph "
; ci otis mantle she had'l en'wra'pping"round p r sen e. New
< TefnesS11aY Fe.er-A
f' Catarrhal
C
.;_ herself. Cultivated, sesthetio "Coolness seems a prerogative you I Does Not Compare Favorably with Our Some of Defect Pointed Out by a 'Home Treatment.

t.I Published Every Friday. tastes the lacy had; keen intellectual do not mean to part with Cranshaw at Vestibuled Limited Expresi.Perhaps Prominent it Irish Scholar. Sufferers are not generally aware they that

capacities, too, and high, nature rate I not better an or that lhadcatarrh to bad
proud ; any said Vane, dryly. his cheeks can convey Wha.t intelligent foreigners these diseases arc contou.s. parasitesin
had she, also, a loving, womanly heart? flushed adequate idea of this "train de visiting are due to the
TAfl.. S I'LOlUDL W1O now, either with the luxo"t of manners and customs in our republic the lining membrane of the nose anduscachian th irs were great sores OLD
She shut her scarlet lips more closely; warmth of the bland May into, than ]by relating my own experience for tubes. Microscopic resciirchowever ,
morning is to the
ri -- drew her furs and velvet cloak about which they emerged or at his a day on the Orient Express, for. it is thA always interesting e h has proved this to be a fat andthe in my note, ont place .
compan of such
* OUR DARLING. her, turned away from the picture, and ion's words. crack train" of the and on it thoughtful ciizpn. The latest reult of this discovery is that e uat *&tt* through.

: Last autumn, the maples were golden. swept from the gallery. "Of course not. I helps] a fellow on travel the nobility conlnlnt England, tho magnates critics studied is particularly Prof. :Iahaf.certain, of Dublin aspects, who of Ca remedY, has Hay Fever been and formulated Catarrhal Deafness whereby Two bottles of Ely's : 4 i

' The oak w ore u chaplct of red, III. through the world amazingly. It's of France and the nabobs India. cured in from one to.three ,1
: Like inn* the white clotn) "! were unfoljcn, The artist, Etheridge Vane, sat before who fire then freeze off you: The most luxurious trains in Americaare university education in this country. are simple permanently applications made at home by the I Cream Halm did the 3

I In the Infinite blue overhead. the easel whereon stood last-finished flows who up so those called "Limited Express" Regarding one, at least, of his subjects one in two weeks. tcort. My note and i:
,j &nd all on the roadways were rallies hi constantly, meet the rubbers. I of study he came to distinct conclusions patent. .-This treatment is not a snuff or anointment 4l
Of picture. I was not so brilliant a ever allow m between New York and Chi- discarded by Jiead are well. C.3.
scarlet njid yellow, and green, 'sl t hurry to work, running which havo a direct interest for Americans. ; both have been
And ni on the lillU and the valleys creation as many that had been born of or to worry- that keeps me in good cago. They are "vestibule trains," provided rlputblo'ph\siians as injurious. A pamph JfcJfilten f Sibley, Mo. 9AY'- !

mists were I silvery sliei-n. his brush and brain.and now graced theawingrooms looks, you perceive!" and he stroked with reading and smoking room, et tis ".' treatment is sent on A p rtcMi! applied into each nostril nnd In
dr The professor maintains that there is I cents in stamps to pay sib ie. I'rlre&Oopntantdmfrcl't*; by mall regIst.r.d
of Iteacon bar desks for oZ ,
There barber's and bath
Oh flowers uncounted and lustre Rl'et. his magnificent hirsute appendage com a shop cut receipt Dixon & Son, cor. of John M cents. ELY IiKOT.Hi.K5,64 Warrcr.6LN w Tort.11111's .
standard A.H
culture
With tints from the fountain of light. were no brilliant tints and shadows; no, placently.Fifteen. writing. library and elegant, sleepers no clearly of among postage by Toronto, Canada -CArM-
Oh! birds I in great untiles that mustered, belts of western the Xo u s. Ho intimates that wealth is in all and King Htrcct
clouds or ordinary
And flew on the wind from our Hi/h gorgous of sunset minutes later the twain stood al passngers. but a few of the larger cities either the; tin AdlQate. '
should
glory autumnal these trains
coloring instead conches are troubles
l ; i in the atached Catarrhal
from
OnrIarlIug was here when your tWl'ctncsi presence of their hostess. Tlio Sufferers
f Made *w refer our heaven of hOlf'. only ra soft twightiing a quiet rooms were comfortably thronged. cool] and in place of ?5 for a berth on an ordinary most potent factor in determining a desire careful' raid the abC PillSTht

That knew not one rift In completeness.That woodland nok a rustic cottage- a nd and train S7.50 is charged on the "lim for culture, or is a satisfactory so _
feared not one sorry to come. door.It. perfumed, alive with the low ited. cal substitute for tho charm of mind, IT is hard to he wise, but it is camparalplv
]hum of'slhdull voices. Miss Rutherford Wise when you are not
Was was a little domestic picture-aIieautifu I have traveled on both of these manners and conversation which should I easy to lool mouth shut ia most
I fancy that never so ten Jer J moved among her guests beautiful you k cp your popular remedy never r.lU
al IMNlherdl"r words and her way!? young mother sitting on tho elegant, and trains and I could not well help comparing bo possessed by cultured persons. After. cases that serves just about as "el-SOm- ellee&ua ly care .
with
Did w e dream that GolIIIIantbnttO lend her, cottage threshold with her child upon 1 lady.lkp. an air ofbighhrpd r them with the Orient Express, remarking that most American eolfgQpresidents erville J ournaL

'0111881" jn hurrying days? hererlups r lap, and her young husband, proud, ease mingled with youthful]L the crowning triumph of the "WagonLit and instructors are wrote to Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
vc bad thought that forever, I grace happiness. She was especially G. M. SCOTT, of Okolona, Miss., -
tender and manly. stooping over them. Company." The train consisted of paid, Prof. 1ahalTyils: Headache ,
Ai earth natnet fOI.\.tr.our dove .1 kind to Vane all her Dr. Shallcnbcrirer: .
; former Biousnes.
Would croon her sweet songs at.our hearthstone A vino threw its thick shadows 0\11 the! | halghti- sleepers baggage car and a car containing "The abity naton wi run Into suel I "Your Antidote for Ialarln is certms
ness seemed have died out. poor and narrow channels, but w ill surely seek and fever ; And diseases a
) groop; and Juno roses slept upon the t : ( the smoking and dining room. tho best thing for chills a arig fm
1 him to her rarest out those paths which! lead to wealth in a tho South. 1 have been
pictures and been sold in
And brighten our eyes with her love bush close] by. Only a simple picture 1i i '; she had never conversed so engrain \r my friend and neighbor Dr. L., country where wealth .the 0'11.arltorrac.." ever selling it for tirtlvf wars, and know to lethe Torpid Liverand Bad Digestion. .

For alas! when tho Angel stood knocking- over whicb none of his brother artists I or seemed so charming. I arrived from the Rhino at Strasburg. The professor is much troubled by what I best medicine I have ever dealt}in. It The natural reDt. o apptt

Strode over our threshold in ha-1 had rhapsodized about "tone," or "col- Hut We had bought Cook's tickets in Liver. he hints is the vagueness of the American perfectly harmless, and a sure euro ia every, and iolia f DOle ,
We cried: God can not know it!" '' the artist was in his bitterest Sold by If ttaar coated and ea.y to swallow. .
:ulely oiing, or he had from that London where
"prspcln'-whicb pool city by ( t standard of culture, and with apparent case Druggists '
'* Ho
our Id stood
sou pleaded: "Wherefore this waM? moo in the presence of SOLD EVEBYWHEEE.
4<>(,t oura." wu urged. ..C our darling 1" not" thought worthy of placing tho w beauty and luxury, and recalled I we had to go to obtain Cook's circular reason, inasmuch as a graduate of our: THERE is ono point in favor of tho man
"
.\">' Jirayed in 11Jt"lolat* strife; in tho hall below his own toiling studio and notes paid for in Boston, and promised I larger colleges that laugh at his own jokes. You are GOLD MEDAL, PAKI3, 1878.
And lu! Te wore petitions, -yet a picture which if took his leanpurse. in Harwich never in doubt as to whether ho intended t
spentoxir you once : He us Liverpool), Hoter.lam, "does not enjoy the rank to which he is en-
The Angel had borne her to life. saw fashionable fops filling bo funn '.-Terre Haute Express. W. BAKER & CO.'S
it into heart haunted tilled, when hundred .
your you like a those Cologne, the Rhine, and round to Paris. some other colleges confer -- .
Cod lent her God took her We owned It, dream. superbly-furnished drawing-rooms We went second class except on steamers the same name [fA. It '.Baehelo of Arts'] The Indies Delighted.Tho -

Otnfepticd it was ri litand was bei-t. And the elegant, proud fastidious I on terms of (equality with their hostess; in France, where there was no on icry different educated students. In somocollcffes pleasant effect. and the perfect safety ll18Ib1tIt: Cocoa

In the inld.lof our anguish we moaned it, )tss Rutherford who had ordered painting while he-more than her peer in true second ant class, on the train. The one can graduate as an A. R withoutknowm with which the ladies may use the liquid I __
Low bent at the couch of her rest refinement of soul and intellect-was of express ; on? 'torlor ("Sret'k or even Latin a fruit laxative Syrup of Figs, under all conditions Is absolutely j wro
liutoh! the sad fl"tll;?,the quiver from Italy, and whoso drawingroom the class whom l lady amateurs of wealth train we wanted was to leave at 9:25: in fact which when UI.lcr-tool in Europe wi make it their favorite remedy. It is _ i i s toliibtt.No n

of pain at the hC'llr."tril1 to-dy. held choicest gems of art, vertu,, may patronize lie believed th
With the sheen on the bills and the river, cameos, and antiques had been anxious such to be that they were good on any express grees.. yet effectual in acting ou tile kidneys, liverand
And only our darling aware to secure this. the secret of her kindness t him; hence When : There is enough truth in the profess bowels. tn uH In Itt rrplrhoD It hit
i train. wo presented them at the I .. Aon Mr<.
]he put on a high, lofty air and : or's deductions I. (1 11 o
answered L make -
to
them of
Uleps God for the hope that rcmainet, (1. a lady who sets up for a connoisj ticket office where they were to bo; worthy '* loa mixed SUrrh Aro.r
j her haughtily, almost] coldly. careful bo "THE human race is a great one, said he or Sugar, and !I. thtrrfore fa more
Of homo in the mansions prepared; seur in art may have her fancies, and I dated, we found they were not good except scrutnr. I can not Olhtellthat "Yes" said th. widow whom ho was engaged economical,tottinj,Irit (ha>,._.
DICIi God for the faith that nuhtaiueth, should "And here is your little the standard of culture in America: "
why not Miss Rutherford havo gem on payment of over 83 apiece, for ; "I am now on the second laD. -N. a < It it d.Hclon.noarlfhiag,
For the ('rO1 that in never unshared. hers? Vane, said Miss: Rutherford, leading is more accommodating than is in Europe ,- Y. JSun. itmtgthrniiT. KAFILT: DIOIIZ
One M itlkg by our Hide in the shadow.And him tho train was the Orient Express.V ) i _. _ and admirably adapted
The "old south" pealed out eleven i't a small recess off the great I; with its centuries of governmental well for pcrsonsla na
lo! in IIIN face is the sun; paid it. The porter could find no seatsin i hr.a1
the of
And Hit life and Ills 10\'f arc the pledges far above the ear-din- and hack-rattlo drawi -room, shielded by flowing \(1- the sleepers and w(were condemned' nurture of learning. But! on the other Mild Oregon equableciimute I'ara.Iise, certain Farmers.and abundant Sold by Grocers Terywhcre

.Of the life that our darling hal won. of the nois.\street below; and with its vet curtains. "I hung it here, when it I; to make tho trip in the smokingroom.The hand practical education Ls more widely crops. Best fruit. grin. grass stock country tr.Mw

panion.Margaret E. gangster, in 1outh's Com strokes the feet of Dick Cranshaw, might have a soft \\'str light, just sleepers were built with an aislo diffused in our republic than it' is i in thewohl Full information free. Ai dress W.BA

.. I such as have infused into abroad. It is also Boat d.Fortlaodj'Oregon
-- pentleman of cultivated mustache and you the pict on ono side, the staterooms opening true that more and JoIEsT

AN ICE EUG. I leisure, over the studio threshold. ure. And I only ask my intimate from it. They ]looked like the ordinary more attention is paid to university: education : 8 --- --to-bo-rich but ; f !'

, I "Morning1 Vane: before that cottage friends in to see it-so thank me, please, compartment abut the septs were reduced of tho broadest kind-a fad thHO" is very a variety monot'nruc about bcine poor, that YSTHEFREICHT JIB

door yet? Conic walk to for tho favor I show you!" she said, which i is by the sizo soi.ietimes makes '. p .
Floated ; up the Athe- gay- to berths at night. They looked proven inc'rpas1ng ono wcar -Philadelphia 5 Ton \Vneo Xcnlfiu 4
I Gently Into tho War 1 iy- Inquirer.3i l*<*n Hwf JtearlDn,
with of the classes
iM'um me to have another look atChurch's I very comfortable, but we were not permitted entering Vnivlsii'g _ TeIn'n Ikvin an-IBeam Box Br
Sea of Married Love. "I do thank Miss -X. Y. VOO.
'iceberg! t you. Rutherford, Ledger.An
to occupy seats in one of them. I friend, look hfrl!you know how weak .
"Thank you, but am too busy. Ht- replied \anl a little won from his bit, Tho smoking-room was not very bad anUII'r.OIS,\'our wife is, and you know that tvery.lre5"IF..rfr.'sprt.'o'14,ntlu I'11 paprmad'tre,. ,
sides terness. "You honor Author Shijn as Sailor. Tills rel'evchcr. Now CF BINGHAMTOfiBINGIIAIUTOX
JONES
I. I've seen icebergs sufficient for me-to put my though our apartment of the limited, I wil ;

"You will have the painting sent today one morning! answered the artist, quite picture here, in your private room, I so-called( is regal magnificence compared Hans Jaeger, one of the cleverest au L. tsb3 not be-fair-& -.- and buy' her a box! _! THIS M..Y./

Mr. Vane?" bl untly. It was so like Etheridge Vane: amid mu"i. and books and flowers;" with it.Vith soiled I thors of Norway, has a'I''ptll the placn Mxrrnrhad wings on his extremities UJ FArZKmry d. 'wnU.

UAt one o'clock, Miss Rutherford.:' to bolt out his thoughts upon his lips. and he gazed round the little apartment, went to the wach-rom. but thlr"hawl was of a common sailor on one of the Scandinavian L Tho inference is tha'.he pal soar feet

Cood-ir.orning.." H was said a littlokauphtily. "Aha! Ihoutd visitor in great where a harp stood in corner, ant neither water nor towels. I went to I ships. Long residence in tho Birghamton Republican.Uss I I CURE

g lee. "I'll wager a ticket t the 'Bos- vases crowded with superb exotc... and I another convenience, always nice and. capital and close study of the lower KHOWN'S-;' Bnorl.u.---TllnEi forCouyhs I do not FITS1

"Cood-morning1; ," and, with a courteous to n' that the fair, proud cold and statuesque volumes in velvet and gold were on the on tho Limited," but was out classes of society, which ho loves to Colds and ahlutierThroatTroublesr! "\bMI, 11"( nay and.ure then bare them

but as haughty, nod of his head, Miss Rutherford has been in this table. "But it is only an humble picture can ( and the door was i write about in'his books have also] ut I. "Tre-cminently the best. -/tec. Henry! LEl-bY or eur.FALLINO I hnra SICKNFSS mail'*the

tho pale hiffh-browed artist saw her de morning.. Don't flash up now, Vane to contrast with all this elegance," Later it was opened but it was hwkpII a Hoplal'e I dermined his 11all. forring him to n'rJ luclr.- -- --- rant others mr haTe remedy failed to.U no cure reason the now rervirlnircure. .
J her before the he said, presently. \ adopt another Although his I and "Send at once for I tri>at''.and a FrreB..ttIeo
l'art then turned t his cat-el again. sa" carriage Atheneum for a Christian it I plfp ( POMCEMHX: never commit crimes, rrnerty. ) Exprvss and
The lady's heavy ilk robe trailed iheptairs as I Vamp along] and concluded she was That is why I like it--because it i issoquift have been all right in though might hands were soft and his head was covered ,. they. fro rather plow in the commitment of my II. G.In'"lhhl.IJOOT. M. C-.1*CH.>S IVurl. "trtet. 1'0.-11"\.ra

out I and simple, and true," said the ( by a worn-out silk hat when asking .-X. 0.1'icayune. r.NAMI THIS PUB tnrj Urn m..
leading from the btudio on Tr('- picure-worshiping; thats why Early in the day waiter to ask
a calf
mont street Her delicate, high-arched p going up now. As for my adjectives lady, earnestly. "Jfeausfit lakes me who i wanted <',' jainer. \ ( wanted it.t, for a place before the mast his powerful' ACTORS Vocalists! ,Public. Speakers praise GINS Atlas Engines and

feet came upon the pave, then stepped they were borrowed from a often from all this pomp and teaches of course; but though there was but ono frame gave the captain confidence i in ITa'o's' Honey of Horehound and Tar. COTTON Boilers, Shafting, Puley .

... into a rich but plain carriage drawn up jited 10\1 of hers, but your noun is tho mo thatwealth' is not essential to happiness I- "wagon-lit" the train. two tables wero ]him, and secured; him the plac. It i isi Pike's Toothache: Drops. cure, in one minute. Etc. Plantation, Mi

yat the better part of decidedly.] 'Ice !- 1 shall con many a ]lesson from for Oie and had I said, however, that he 'Iil dlvotf his ---- -- Steamboat Repairs. '
curbstnt. spc'ec1 passengers we
necessary
berg' does suit my humble and she hail few leisure hours to T.rrR ara only : few certainties in the CHICKASAWIRONWORKS P'RSSES I
her and new
mistake a
unrh'fdown Williams' and Ever: no cotagp-dol. to wait till tho nabobs of India had fnihing wor Id. On- of them is the mother: you can

ett's John." beautiful, grand and gltering. butfreezingcold. sighed as sll 'fa.I\ finished tluir When we had it, novel Much interest is ta<'ii in I always depend upon her. JOHN K. IM>I.K,Jb CO.. MKMl'lllS TK.MT.

Tho coachman touched his hat reppectfully They say : no Etheridge Yanls ]heart gave a bound) it was very relat, 1wa
closed the door of tho carriage heart; eh, Vane?" but he dared not speak yet. standard. The price of this meal known that he was so povertystriekeiLondon .. Axr one can ta'eCartcr's Little LiverPills

Jount.d his box, and reigned the uW'I] and Etheridge Vane's hands "1 am glad] you 1ik.; (the picture; but IhopI' was 80 cents, but most of the passengers: Letter. .. they. No are pain so very or,griping small. after No trouble taking.toswallow. ji $ $ $$5

pan of sleek blacks by a detour were busy with his brushes and his: to paint better things in Italy.] paid from -10 cents to -SI more for -- .
thp
through tone was cool, there Miss ]Rutherford gave: a quick start -One of the married lady judges at NflYJxForBor ..
HromfJ into Washington though was :caged wine. Dinner is served at : wino RTRAXOK as it may: appear, it is when the Par
'lady shortly alighted at the door of fierceness in his eye. and her jeweled fingers were claspedtightly. in add i it ion. 81.W. % Fenton, Mich., fair entered l'\prl fall comes that trade. takes. a rise.BostonCourier. : *>

one of the rnostpronnnent picture stores Cranshaw lauglwd :I first; then grew This paragon of European trains/mad articles under her maiden name in tliu I I PLT t'PAddr !t

in th- rood trimountain city. Passingthrougu almost (embarrassed. His ease died under "In Italy? You aro going abroad? about thirty-fn' mils an hour which class] of which 11) was judge, and then TiE oldsmolter's! delight: : FLOYD & MOONEY MEMPHIS.'

the .outer room, lined with its that strong gaze and the query of And soon Mr. Vane?" she asked, un I- does not equal !p.t of our i. awarded the articles.first. pruc.Trs I Punch" .America's !lest 5 cigar."Tansi's WSAJII rats PLUS.. f*..in wris .
easily."In. --- .
array choice engravings, lithographs, I the single ited." In no it be
respect lou1 compared sal/ to fpca..omAnro.lnl olt before her time THE statesman in his eagle of FRANK SCHUMANN
ctt.., and into which pressed a crowd "Oh: pshaw. Vane: don't eat a fellow .Iun( Mi-is Rutherford. Three 1 with our ordinary express trains All broken-down Ild when life should simply spreads his 1ght. oratory Guns Tackle

v( lounge r and shoppers, Mi.ss up with that wolfish eye of yours! You weeks hence." with sleeper] and parlor cars. Not only She fl.t'l hold Its h'r prime el &; burden waen a blessing thochon -- --- Fishing

IuUlror ascended the flight of make me feel as if I'd said 1on1thing I The ]lady's dark eyelashes f,1 unac! in tntinx (' lux, but in all trains our And l Inc'Id fur tin death: to bring her release ftommisery. JVJ Opium in !O'S Cure for Consumption.

fcteps leading to the inlr ought to.take back. Rut 'I 1 countably. Her manner was strangely] system is vastly superior to Cuics whcrt other relcJic.fail. 25c. ?j Sportsman'stf

exhibition hall. 'lIon iny honor dear Vane! You .; nervous for a wealthy I'eacon-street: in rairoading If these ppor discouraged women who --
Pausing li Oliver
a moment > ought i ; Europe.- Optic in MARRIAGE 15CND YORCAT.T.OGrE No.1). SupplIes
suffer from diseases peculiar to women never trill I Ix* a till ,
for the sadly-eloquent] face of an exquisite t dake it friendly] in a flow when he heiress in the presence of a poor artist nal. .. could only know that health could be re- elors' buttons ceo.to faillT of bch 412 Main AuMemphKTrnn.WXAXZ Telephone.So.Kit.IQBnra .

"Ueatrice Cenci," turning t wars you of a rich, beautiful, but IH grew pale and paler; tH'n. by a pained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite .- THIS ParCft r T7 too.jon on

drink in the summer warmth U- heartless woman who i-I.like i'f tx) all mighty effort, strove to rally her selfpossession. DERANGED DIGESTION. Prescription, how eagerly they would hasten IF afflicted with Sore L'yes use Dr. Isaac AND WHISKEY HABITS
men! and he stroked his to avail themselves of it Th gust ] luxuriantlt'ari
landscape doubly grateful that "\lmlt. That. Trlc'f TheIr Origin Hark know it, and try it. j-ivery woman who is I '_ ----_ _ oL'-r iAiN. Kook ft put
bleak March day: almost sj rting with most complacentl "It is sudden. lut you will take with t to Mnniiteh. ticnlan EXT FJIEE.
> thl still healthy ( to be told about the wonderful -
\ A DISPUTE the coal bill is likely boa j.. ji. \VO"I.I KY. M.D,
momentary fright at am of linck1.y's Hut! the artist's eye grew !scarcely l less you my best wishes Mr. Vano! and she This is a common complaint for it i is virtue iu this medicine, and understand heated centrum(\1 ersy. t ATLANTA. CA. OOre OO.'i \) hiteh.USt.WIDE > .

J---, thf passed on fierce, though his lip curled contemptuously. ga\e him her hand.A merely the forerunner of dyspepsia that it i is I safeguard a .iinst the terrible wsAs1 Tills rarta.,. t' .you w.ft.
hal : _
ytC's diseases her It is
through the door right opening Glancing about the walls wild hope was 1l'T in EtheridgeVano's that curse of the American people. Deranged g to give common satisfaction to sex or money ------ -- CRIAT CHRISTMAS AWAKE !
gitaranlral ,
into the galery. where hung that group of his !studio he said, in a low, slightly heart Tluc'ontac of that soft digestion ranges from the slight paid for it will bo refunded. The Pain Truth T r.vn iflOpriri's{ sirtoiliu'trtte: all wl ., ,.'fl.lI.'ior.I 1iirr2O.

of thlf-stain old-world paintings: bitter tone: white I hand-lHr] agitation-gave him disturbance of the of o *2.10 torWIID-/WV.A.XJEI for 1590,
antique organs to )>. .
Mnilltur
(4) .Best tbUoHer.
altar-pieces brougliVfrom Florentine "Cranshaw, do you take me for a fool? strength to utter words he have to the TiH-st agonizing dyspepsia tigl'stionup Ci.r\x: tl.o lin'\ !stomach bowels nnd Is that HooJ's ir npanUha! cured thno'nn<1s of 2-NAXC THIS P&PZ1L.,7 Ow,Jo.ws.,
woul Feud who entere I !
whole system by ijsinsr J)r Piercc's :s. people ,cn'f'y with rheumatsm. Itneutrnlizos
churches grotsluP mythological True old Moneybags and 111( Pet- thought himsr'l a madman to dream of when it is painful to eat any but --: -- th. Hctio 1 I.r ia tho bl'joil.! which and Indigestion
thing
representations, sad-eyed atlr poodle have Innighta few of my pictures, an hour hpfO'p. the most easily assimilated Yrs there plntyof room at the top, causes thii'e tornl.lo, p.iuiH ant 11'!., and also BAD LREt1TU are cured by using

polorosa] ," known as the "Jarves" collec: with a view t give 'struggling genius'a "N. iss Rutherford Gertnid": -if I the earliest times this complaint foolI] was for ami tlT always there will, be unless facilities vl.hzeA thurecurn-nrenf an'l cnru-hci tin,JI.tha: Mjixl.! Th tii.n'!* farM preventing warrant tff'Write fer ftlOxOOcnt.. KO'KO'TULUi

tion." wMaking lift, I suppose, but do you think the might take with me .something i more known but with the advance of rivilizat getting are impro\e-Unha- 1 us in nrzirix 1nn.lf yon ynff'T: with rheumatism,toglval" SOL. ( OIEMAX, MKMIM1IH. Temnra* e.tOy .
on IJorald. _ _ ", rs'a AMI TU1S PArS R s'y tfeu jw !- .
Ihe tour of the gallery an proprietor of a l lean purse, a good stockof your good visItc"and! he pressedherjiand tion it has increased until of late a trlil."I
yearsabout A lS'4.5a I ap'r for SI.75. had rheunat 'rn that when I sat or lAid
hour passed like a dream the brushes, a fair quantity of tube to his Urs.Iss !I WAT STRONC OUNET
lady painKand fifth is down I
t uu. :
(every person nlrpring TiinYoi"ri'suI'txI'x gives so much colI hrly I.t I'H'c's :1snparlla AT I.tW,
cnnoisiur-for. throughout "her set," four unfinished pictures, will ruin : Rutherford made no reply, but more or less from it. Despite thl warning for thij small amount that it costs it is i no| hasaw''t! c'ru.! mf. I*.C.\XI' t"lon.: 900 Main Wtrret. MF.MPIIIN. TE\3T.
Miss Cerlrudo Rutherford was known the risk of-" her cheek was scarlet.] of doctors it is ; nearly a :fl--1f you make upvonr Iln.1 ti try Hood'sparsapanHa.do r-s1ccIAi. ATTE.NTIOX TO rfiLLECTIW AND
as and the press 1)op1'earf woydcir talel n'd\ Hal not be to take any otherHood's M4T-TEKS PtllTAIM.NG TO REAL ..ESTATE.M.NAUJ .
a worshiper and patroness of art. A cul- "Of gt.tin cut and chilledugainst "Let me hope to win this!" and he lessly go on in thil accustomed way, Million Famiies. lint rid lnruct IBIS PAPItt nor Urn.3roWI1tE .

th'akd, H'sthetic nature the sharp corners of an clasped her hand tighter. ': its Weekly Illustrated Sarsaparilla >ur C>v i.\Itiltil.r .u-i <*
interrupted regardless of the .
Poor *
-. gahr irhrg con"Plj U'I1I' Supplements! and its Double Holiday BOOK FREE.I AIdrSIS
former taste; and great walh enabled Cranshaw. "No, my boy. I don't .\\ (' will not write the lady's answer: digestion finally gives i way to Numbers, it s-ecmsasif the "I" I V.T.Fii.r.Id.Attonity
Iuhlsherscoullot Solilby sti'lrnri't'
her to. gratit1 lattr desire; and l elieve any such nonsense of you" and we know what it m* st have been: for acute dyspepsia; then vthe whole : do enough! to please. by C.I.lHMli.ro..I.owell..Mas?1: SIT frt.. Prcparedonly THIS riHU.. 7 u..,,.wnu.stLawWiiliigteO.D.d..5'YAMA
these nut always hand he went on with an admirable met her half-hour cow you may"obtain it free t<) January, and .
go affectation Wf a after, perfectly system becomes affected until, the
for a full that lato to January IOO Doses One DollarSalvation ,
"in hand tgtlr. put it in her power t of paternity. "You learned your radiant with happiness, among her patient is a wreck. Thefoc\ that is put ISO:H. Address}pal fl'II THE YOUTH'S COMPAXIOX. : ,, PENSIONSDUEALLSOLDIK. &.

of wcave life. many a rich strand into her web geography lesson too well to. venture guests. upon the stomach can not bo properly] Boston, Mass. i.1!. HeCOR KK A 80I,C1ueIa.IIt5,*W :lilijio ,D.C.

into those polar seas in winter time: June came, and Etheridge Vane the assimilated; the system, as a result 9-MAMX THIS PiPtR.,mrtiiMjMml.

She paused a little before a glowing but. my dear boy, we read somewhere, I artist, sailed for Italy; but he will not does not get sufficient nourishment, for tho WITH new its 1'razih.m yellow,bird{green of and In-edom blue must plumes bea AGENTS CTAMICV'O EXPIOIlkTIt'NSIa
of
picture the southland-two Joung believe, that the artic summer, visit Joim> and Florence, or stray over the Lick of whijh the other comproini e between and a WANTED 01 All LCI 0 Afrira. Jiir Book.
organs
Sville girls, with though wok u paroquct 4.5O.: Beit terms. National I'ubluhing Co.,St.Loula.
Spanish brief is fair and the Baltimore .
these broad peacock.-
tresses
and her, gathering grapes in the sun; get loosened and float away int warmer refined and wealthy] bride, wi be loss and then finally wear out, refuse to Consumption Surely Cured. $5 to $8 a day. Samples worth 2.11
own dusky eyes grew warmer seas and Ifllt.(1U beside PREK. ftnp*not under horw'foot.WrIM
see I look on the ever him. do their work
various diseasesfollow.
with the warmth properly, To mr EIITtI-l'lCaSO inform :your Uita'4STEitstYElY RK .1 HOMIER CO., H.I'J.lltk,
Gertrude of the scene For subject in a warmer light than I did a Dick Cranshaw wore white gloves] at and life becomes a burden. Kidney readers that 1 have a positivo! remedy for WtAMK iniS PAPER nry ti.,mi.n'.

Rutherford, with her pale] minute ago---eh, I I arryt ad unmarried the wedding and said: and liver complaints backache tho above named di.ese.: Hy its timely
creamy cheek, her low, broad use thousands of hopeless cases have been OHMTOKTF.ns "rtlitt1pain'I FARMS AND MILLS SOLD
forehead ladies don't cottages and rus- "The floats gently into the headaches and ':71U Only flaI1T1 and Hxclmnjjei. Frr.r talnRns.
shaded by braids-her ( tic afll }'Iblrg nfr\ol"npss. a whole list permanently cured. I shall l he glal to send --.- ;c. LB.CliAFFIII&co.,Richmond
jetty 'xluisit'lJmoldd happiness. that sort of thing for warm gulf of married love"Peterson's of other complaints often trace their two bottles of inv remedy nJ any of or 0-:>AXfi THIS PAPla rr j bio.jo.wilt*

features, and scarlet lips, was nothing, in my opinion." !Magazine. back to the stomach. It naturally your readers who have nsumi.ion if they | CHInA, CLASSAND
,
akin t such {ratureI as enrich therainter's Cranshaw! _ origin will send mo their express and post-oflico TELEGRAPHY umilfjrn > usiraut5e ft good pityini
ul \ tbe art- from this that one 'an not be I toiuon to icraduatv.of
evrr7
folo,!
prowlpc I
canvas with rarest CONVERT address T. A. HiCDI. C., School WU
ist THE RICH. HcsllCtl1y l1 Telcifraphy. Jladlaoa.
loveliness. womanly lifting! the ,mintng of easel] too careful with this important part of ll'car street, .New York ,sAufg ntis pixza.,. a. .. st.,
QUES'c.
Hut theladypre.sed and substituting an nail >heJ one in .\1 American Hebrew .Iimrniil, rind the body all on the first sign of deranged '
on. I wasbeforea its It'ac upon which he wfnt to work WH In frii-cus. .Many the cause should beinquired Wnci: a Spaniard comes to America and OM ByrD T- Bonk ksrplngl'enmansblp.ArtthH -
three Fil
(' of "Tho diJc.ton to beer garden to. bull fight metlc.Shorthand, ,thoronshlr'anghl$
hundrl-yar-ol prefer ,
picture gets
Three furiously daubing it with great blotches There is a good deal of cant expressednowadays if possible, rt'nedi'd. no is said to b a, on Ha a higher civ- : :: by mail. Circulars free.BRTUT'S tULLEGK.BaW.,.1.T;
{ Dh.arming Cupid' that of umher-"pshaw. I The road t rel your 'r4srs for MASON FRUIT JARS.
she paused say! about the education of stomach, and its needs, ilization.-Texas: .
next lusty Cupid "A safe expletive, tH should be studied ASSIRTED) I PiPKAROTTIVWAKK.. put no PLOWS Al half prfce' ihlPPea tita 1.to** psit'
each )
my dc.ran that by one. A fair
we
poor it is lorlVHOLtSALETKADB
ho P
was who struggled in Jhe fatal ( ant regret --- ----.e.-- t for If iau faotory. SEND FOR CIRCCLARS.
of the fabled grasp said Cran"haw, coolly. rising. "Itut I also into Jewish circles. as if th erfping trial of any food which is supposed to disagree a' }arwere' & iboreri' Union Ezcbanice.St. LOUII Mo.
trio MOXTII
(Ilra- QUEER BRITISH JURIES. S C.A AXn
holding his ( $
"tAutl. must be 011 i you won't do' the 'north' tion of Jewish with one should he made, and then BjQ or io nO.\RD IM11I. *
bow and quiver alas! all in wealth lllt be less an .: "ml.-Sl'n n,1 n.\" A GENTS WANTED! FAMOUS MISSOURI STEAM
aloft-t th is '"
vain; for the :\ goddesses ;) So n u prjr. .. object of solicitude than that of .!.Jewishpoverty. if found injurious. i should be di.eard- They' aro About as Intelligent as the AVer l'."'.Zn.I..IC.\fIIKPITloALnHon('I>.. si.u (St.urX, < .,U. WAMIEHOH '.rial. Worth 4 Co..St.Louis.Mo.
( The aiti. paused with his brush ed from the bill of ,ry "ako 81 L"I.nO .rNAz THIS PAPIB nr,am.,. mttu.
had pinioned him fast and would suspended Sift nwn and women closely, fare fOI'\r. Solid a!! American Article.Two ---EI- -.r

d(8poi him of the weapons wherewith soon over the little heaps of fresh and the motives and temptations of all food should always be given plenty of examples of the mode in which ?Y3 3 BUSINESS A. N. K. P. 1269.

hE the paints prepared on the palette. A rich and poor are much the time to "digest and not taken on,the juries sometimes be added. L COLLEGE, WHEN
roamf through world, making dreamy light bad IPty same. dddl may 3IEMtIils. TK>.V. WRITING TO ADYRTISERM n,KAKK
( sad Under hearts. superceded that (rcogllrn The community has equally to fear stomach in too large quantities. Avoid In one case at the aSi7.'S in a Midland \ WiilpnI I TOM ho.iirtifnl t.n in his i'iiEU .
the lady Mood l before this eyes. from the vices and weaknesses of both the 1)1 of alcoholic drinks: the warm town' aid was charged with I the murder PE. "Ul. LWRrrz FOB I.
pict 'Icel --
ure. You fancied, perhaps that >ergs melt.: he'whi peredmur- classes although money, raiment fine drinks hdorf meals, especially warm of her illegitimate child. The evidence ----------- -- --- ---- -

could read her appreciation in her conn you muringly. "Wi she?" houses and influence can often !spread a water; do not begin mental or physical (I'arloint(11: to her guilt; but P UN ON THE HANDLE ArID THE SCREW GOES IN.c'w .

tenance for nr. convenient I work too soon after mealJive( the the .
0 her dusky eyes were 'ai 0\11 the failings of the ( lmcta 111 painful and to
closed dreamily, and a lal] smile lUll 6.\1 right! Thought I should find you one. I rest of the body a short holiday while the general relief of everybody pun:

parted the line of tcarlt .\(1 her even hal ready Found hr:[s, of reception. It wil be a sad day forourcommunity the stomach works. I these directionsare the jury del 1( taunt amaMk
im'itationt followed
white teeth as if betraying her electric "l'all ; Place "missionary" efforts are restricted l out manV diseases. would: privately how they came; to deliver M'di

sympathy with the captive: yesterday. crifll CI'an.haw bursting in- t the poor while often the son and be a\oidd. and dyspepsia become an a verdict] the foreman stated that ho '

but suddenly] her strugglng(( grew ( her to months\aop'later studio one fin> morning, two daughters of the wealthy show perhaps unknown quantity except in persons had seen the black cap lying on tho i&'teSSSSUSSA Easiest cure is

mouth shut resolutely, and she turned than their last. recorded in more urgent need of missionary workin peculiarly] susceptible to the complain} : judge's bench and the :sight v.a, too

away. terviev.t'onie.: : 1113 dear l fp 10', let's their midst. Jewish society. unhappily from birth.-Yankee lilade.Ititllfrog ; much for him: he hadn't the hear"" to .

.'Cupid disarmed! It is not possible! h folks moving will b! Lots of artists musical i so profoundly' influenced bysociety nil---- -* in-Chili. king in \erdict of guilty. "And the A A .

i.aidoneounger to another a group ladies know! there-fe'- these amateur in general] that the money standard ,- "As to the Chilian workmen they are othfr!!" "Oli.; well" said the foreman,
how
of gentlemen to get up a thing of i is "ten of them
standing near. this ort." universally employed in our opinion not hlrullan. and tools they use WIl neighbors an'l rustcmers -
"I don't know about that! I believe The of people. It is utterly foreign to are exceedingly} th I met of mine. anI''J easily persuaded It is an Ointment, of which a small particle Is applied
recently -
it may be done and his wings clipped young man threw down the morning the spirit of ,luda i.m. however to I with a serious primitive. I them." "What about the to the nostrils. Price, *& SOld fay druggist, or sent
into the paper which h had taken to nourish dbatl. was by mail. Address, E. T. HAZELTKIE,Warren Pa
bargain the ( eleventh ,
was laughing re up caste and develop 13 n tin its flooded out by the carelessness of thpIornmt'nt : man(1 he wa a
joinder. "Every day we see it exemplified. whip away a lingering hour: drew the most obnoxious form under the guise of I and I receded no farmer wh m I didn't know : ar.d I

." turned; over an unfinished the skylight of .hit studio; charity. .As has hr-en '\11 paid the ( fr\ them because I was ctmr"n-a for said to him. 'Well. )ir. f'hump.s. what -

unow t1 Where, then do you as- the : brushed pain; 'I f1" to I poor (require justice, nor alpi .gi\-inj. pinll.fpr the waters had vacated I do :ron think about this ru-e.: '' 'Gh,' he

sign happy lovers?" queried the first hair easel before the hb way'., .i.iesTnut I .\any rate the Jewish community has my store all I found was six bullfrogs replied. 'I ain't thought nowt about I at 4f- -

speaker. the wall: then f-iffn.lied"ml looking "ls. I more to fear !r(1 a moneyed class without but of a very largeize.. The smallest all sir!"" Yet the trial hc la"tlr for
"Lexers? Pshaw! that idea his :' to '
lefinement.
; C'llture and religious I weighed over a the whole} of :day.
lxp1odpc set out for tbf putting
long agol! People marry now ruo- teur. rooms of the heires. ama- I I sentiment than from squalid emigrants. death the-e purr.fter" I tanned The othf car-r iF Welsh] one-:trnl W11 /' ; -

\1'ts of interest policy or propinquitytheir I lie was looking jaded and i who. if taught t< depend upon thorn their skins which made simple for murnc-r Thn pro-ecu tier bid brrlc!

so-called 'hearts' utterly guiltlessof ] Dick Cranshav g'Od-fla pale; and I I selves will gradually develop into sturdy Icoa tb( and then manufactured very thorn I dw,1 on a yein* of law. arj'l the ji dpro
observed
a wound from Cupid's dart. Don't it with: turedly j and useful. citizens.--Jewish! Me I :&cnTho into purses aniold them at some lirt-ctf-d the 'ji.ry: to find the man notguilty. .

argue, my dear fellow! I tll you these "You'rE working too hard. I ger. profit. This is all I recovered from the: But all the same they delivered ','
old masters knew all \anal .. _. ::. Delicious BiscuitiA
and --- a verdict of His -
it got fagged out. What the deuce is i flood. Articles made from the skins of: guilty. lord.-hip. In a .
up this grand picture that i.11 the for a fellow to kjil in or.lor( use decline of tlM* English tailor in these frogs are easily sold and since voice that thurrl red with wrath explained -cZ4N: -; 'i K VOUM, (WOCEK FOH

might behold and telieve.t get to lal:1 ( him"l jaint less and to I j'.America is announce! by some of tf then I have bought a number of frog; that: hI: !. and not the jury, vva's :' COW BRANDSODAMSiLERATUS.
A little sally of laughter greeted thisIngenuous : stay trade journals, and it Mvwld"seem tth'I' oi the ,
judge law. and
at hO:1I. Am sorry looking skins which w( call here little elephants ': tf I.:hi th'-m V .,
you're so
interpretation and the group sick ths ?:o-!in'h 'n I wanted he is(' is. a reason for the j. esertion that: and it is my intention to make what they rceint by 11lfyilg! l.is direr! --- 1" AMOIUTELY, PVRI.*
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moved away. They were all strangersto be you no us fashiu.V"0! ai : tic:: ; "Oh. indeed, *-aiJ "
t your btit. nut come along! The} longer ar a regularbub1nss trading in these skins, 1Y t!
the listener, but tbt'lrlrd entered di' ; American tal U has .): ('I for i U foreman with bland Celtic smile '
> *n ng-rooms ill be dim (( ,'oyel i very easy to make out of them : out r: :"
lalyl as as -
Ler car and Imin. And \ at Ijjst that vtho'hf } \ Lllb1] the -- ,..
they iurd1, ,; n\ltitna\ portfolios and man at the turnpikt,* told \ '
yit own vlietapepn purses.Chili -
; and you .cr u -'---- -- .. --
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