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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 31, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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DEVOTED TO THE ; I II
INTERESTS OF STARKE I
BRADFORD
COUNTY- AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA
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-- -. -. _ STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. ,JANUARY 31., '1890. NO. 32. .
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ADV. ERTI-5INc-R. TE*: -- -------- --.-- ---- .__________ ________.. -_ ---- -- ._. -- .
GUARDING "
THE
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UPACE | wlmxm6m| |I --litre- 'f Others prefer t leave them with us, over my 'mad' for over a week and the WONDERFUL WILLS. AGRICULTURAL. Ever ttingthathaa grown upon the .
1-.J 'I If each of and we have on hand now three of them first I SOUTH that once form ..
aas
thing
n I did
as we thing to every
; life
.. : pasthrough was discharge
I f'iuare.t t I Ml)f 2 U$ 4 00 7 (!)>?9 00 tb4 .oi an
t 1IIl\l\r'l 1 2: 2'it t a \ 6\ (I t 10 to) n (110 Would hridln nn B I"luare! 2 5111<>| 3 SO(! 6\ 0\1'1 10 00( IS 00) :;o 1 ipj A;"1 j-iHjiik of only the pleasing thium of them was built to order for fat, petitor's assistant also his 'l.klT. Memoir Green g Seasonable Hints for De'fmbfr. beertexcrfed, from the body is more or
I:: fJUI\1 4 i-in, is 01, aujcirfi I 0,1 To !b, ai'J of every one, jolly stock broker a got walking Oft quoted is the remarkable will of c Prcticaly. I/ecember is only three- valuaMe ;
equates lllll11| 20 10, :5 ((! ai I W'MI >o *.Vhit a wonderful riifiYnriifc there woul-l be Nassau who is in business papers at the same tml Neither of us Solomon :Sanborn of Meiford, Mass., of m\nth. and sometimes it less as a manurl. J\l vege- 1,

Ten cent a line for the lift und tire cent t )!(l\1 this worllf ours on 8tret Occasionally he had nerve enough t{put L? a bill for who died about fifteen years ago. San- amounts to a but a few days, when esti- table and'mimal garhagl. then, that
around -
line Fub Spoclal rates for time ud\.rUscment upon With al pathways: >strewn; with Aowcn. generally he taken ol! his boots and insists -a .p born was a great patriot s.nd specially mated by the farm work accomplished. woodpile. smokehouse -
pplication at tie ollice.SUBSCRIPTION A FOUR-LEGG glorified in the part )Jas took Tho and possibly others be- tcJl( .
) on getting into it, viewing himself ACROBAT. ahuseti ngrs. f'-'vl; >o, fence corners tbs
notJly a little reflection in the his sides of lou
have tho
revolutionary struggle. caught
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-- -- -- ViH show us as plain: as the davTt.o with a hand glass to see how he will Comical fl\r leaves frvm the forest nearby, not to
RATES: mistakewo 11ch' when we il: !ty.I"w".l look l when he is laid out We have had ance Antlrn of anf Gymnastic I'erform- wi h(left his boy t Dr. Oliver Wendell expectation which foretells the coming mention cotton seed should be considered '
Tr.e.Toad. Holmes and not however festivities frolics ami
our full this Ayausiz! holiday family
TOne ......... ........ .... the tnlUt'! .sway.AVhcn casket ready for him for three While walking on a country road ono as containing the circulating mo-
T..r. .. .. ..11 day it dOle and \\e think It oYr, without imposing some of the most reunions. The month may be called tho
Hz hi ............. o Ah that years, and the last time he,called he cool in June 1 dium by means of which the various
JIK noticed
it should
be true, morning a unheard-of when
5 smal provisions an.i conditions. Saturday afternoon of tho ,
.'1 Bubborlptipns must he pal-iVnvk'nablr in TJi'Tf arcw of found that he was growing so fat that it year operation-4 of growing
that crops
growing
us h object
,"' can inf-tly say; on the edge of a board flnt'l His skeleton he desired piepared in the one is inclined to slacken his
).. 1o dl8rnnnatons in favor or any. There is nothing v\(v."uhIultlu. w.a'potting to bo a pretty tight fit for hich excited curiosity. The object every and fatter.ing animals the productionof ?
my most artistic known of
manner to the profession and to for a season
; prepare
Communications upon all him; ho is considering tho energies milk, etc.. are carried on.After .
advisabilityof
of local Too ft > was about two inches looked
the and
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tntere5t solicited from maters n faults wo clearly sco long and placed with the othersin labor and indulgence in social
all many
[.at countySECRET In others o'w; ha new one made. Occasionally like saving all these materials resort .
lire ur a been
Catllo our n- \ing a piece of putty which had the anatomical departmc ntof Harvard from the excesses in
Ant those who In houses of receive an order from people pinched (enjoyment. -"ill should be made to commercial fer .
dwC1 to tho board
IlaSi on or perhaps preliminary which tho sensual indulge, Christmas isa
1)2 wary casting a stone.So who are very sick and expect to die, like Colt'ge.Yhie prepara tilizers. Tho latter contain nothing of
the
more
SOCIETIES. fungus growth were made in out social institution be
liave being carrying to
dlariy. inneli ('harit) but who get well. They us for thoasket lght-gra. tons tlmnwm.t to the soil that is not tho .
'alul
pay seen on .
Tho )\ yirtue j of all. ( trlls.I request, he desired the surgeons to and perpetuated. After a yIMF'S ( foun
Meets every Tuesday All )look w1 to the niombiT unruly ( just the same and as they some approathef cautiouslhaving a bo very careful with the skin so thatIt labor, through storm nail boat and materials we have name (-. .
V For it's to times move out of town to other commercial fertilizer In* -
'Hight prono sIll) and some complete may
at that it
Od-1 fal.EizaIJth strong feeling thingof
Felloes' might 1f a could bo tanned in pieces of drought and cold-a year of alternating
Iiott", in Housekeeping. city we the goods to somebody else as stable manure
1' Il. Transient :11 life, although nothing ( 1lirt
broth thPt \a" Bufficient size to make pair of drum- and fears joys and sorrows, :UC- on"hlerl.
\.4 cordially and are j just so much in. This is not a hops down containing a.; it does very
a it
invited to indicate that it was such. heads.
tttud. AN UNDERTAKER'S" abut Upon one of these drum-heads and failures the industrious farmer
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\ J. C. WILLS frequent occurrence, but it helps a little sam fertilizing without thn
near enough ta touch it I felt con the Declaration of Independence was to may rightfully claim a from .lemc'lls.
Noble Grand. to make good the bad bills which we in- rspir excess of sand clay and water that is
fident that it tree-toad
F. J. FIELDS Secretary was a even bfe written and upon tho other Pope's toil, and devote a few days to ministering .
p. O. Box 41. cur. always or 1 less,in ordinary
Soino Experiences of tho Mon Who though I had never before soon ono. Its "Universal, Prayr. Fitted in its proper to the pleasure of himself, his family pr' entmor.
"Many people who come to us have little head and down stable Many persons areof tho v' ,
a drawn manurl.
I rail roved Order Bury Us. rump were wooden. "frame this ghastly relic was to and his neighbornot forgetting the -
of ned Men.Oiceola dreadful fear that they bo buried and. under and its opinion that the use of commercial fertilizers .
Tribe No.1 may partially logami be presented to a local drummer whom stranger tho poor the homeless and the
Florida-Council alive, and while there is is an unprofitable unwise in- J
a remote possibility feet were drawn up and folded so testator '
I Ilelyto a 'distinguishedfriend
kindled each Wednesday's Sleep hard Work to ('0" to be Moderate that this tie designates sick.But novation. AVe do not to discuss 1 ,
fres Wigwam, Starke a In ]People might happen I havenever the body as to niako an almost sym ," upon condition that he would there is work of a substantial and propose *
Fa J'I..lilr.I.amfntable: | Oc- known a single instance of it in metrical the lines where tho the general proposition: "Do commercial -
figure promise to carry to the foot of Bunker necessary character that jet bo ac
to Transient brother J. O.are HAY.NKE cordially,.Sachem.invite ('aiol Were When Mixed the to ltlmdlA). ill my experience. Those people insist limbs touched the body }being almost im I Hill monument on i each succeeding anniversary complished. Seed time may and harvest fertilizers: pay the farmer?" I is .
aLlud. ) doubt true that farmers tofind
W. M. MEACHAM, Chief of Records.CUUKC1I upon my promising to ohsene the utmost perceptible. With a feeling of joy I I of the battle, at sunrise, and have passe away so far asconcerns tim no some .
precaution, even so far as to run closed my hand over it and removed it beat upon it the invigorating strains ofankei vegetable products of the farm, but any substantial profit in the use of
"As a ru1e," said a well-known Fourth red hot needle into their bodies, and from the fence. "\ Doodle." there are and ends t the waning tl(1; and it is also true that the most
odl (
DIIJECTOUY.ItaplUt avenue undertaker recently, Uthprf is other equally barbaric treatment before To tho spnsiti\1 palm of the hall Us Tho skeleton of Jeremy IJontham in year that should h(' gathered up that skillful are sometimes imposed upon,

Cliurcli. no occasion when a man fppl. so liberal they are finally consigned to the earth. touch was cool, hit not moist or "fl'immy I the Hospital Museum, London, is thereat "nothing bo lost." We trust that and sometimes they themselves are at '

Services at a.m. and 7 -in fact so reckless regarding the ex About four years ago a young man ," as in tho case of its cousins, Mio the request of its owner who made a farmer wil close up his business, settle every faul. 15ut: the mOt convincing proof .. \

Meeting every 10:3 Wednesday at 8 p.m.p.m.J. .Prayti enlltlrf of money-as when he is running called upon me one morning, in common toad and the frog. Its skin i*.l I 1 special provision in his will to have it his by payment or satisfactory adjustment thf utility of commercial fertilizers i h.,

M. CALDWELL, Pastor. up the expenses of a f st-.cls'. a terrible state of agitation.Ho smooth and silky. | presented to the curators of the hospital, and be prparfe t begin tho tho continued and annually increasing
and it deal of had dreamed tho nightbefote For fear of little fel- .vho the to consumption of them. This continued t
Sunday School meet und& funrat requires a good smothering the j upon accepting git were New Year with nothing to cmharrav, his
every *
morning at t tact and strategy to keep him within' that his sister, who had boon ort low I made a pouch of n y handkerchief, !! have the skeleton mounted jut in efforts. reliance upon them must bo the result b)

10:3.T. E. Bu.6, hounds and prott.c oursMves fl'OI'loss. ontly buried' had cOle to life after putting a stone in tho bottom, of i to I! the presidential chair at each routing KILLINO 10( of a prott.hll(xper 'nc( Wo will add
Superintendent When the being placed under the sod. I tried that those farmers who succeed without
customer is wealthy and can t roomy and in that way brought of the hospital directors.Dr. The characteristic work of the monthis
stand it, why inclined prove tt him the utter him home for closer 'I American is to fertilizers owe their success not to that
naturally we aro improhahityof a arqtiainUlU'o.When : \Yagm'r. an jp or "hog killing," and happy i is the man
Presbyterian Church. humor whim and sometimes such an occurrence, tho the in fact, but tn the exercisoof skill, economy
t every wiUllt avail placed on the center of I even < English precedent who has a pen full of porkers ready for
Seivices every Sunday at ]0:3' n.m., and where} carte blanche is given us we do Ho insisted that her grave should bo library table ho sat for a moment us i the dismomberment idea. During his the knife and tho yawning "smoke and industry in all the departments -

8 p.m. R. B. MATTICE, Pastor. the job up in a manner which really opened. that 1.1 might bo satisfied. I to collect his thoughts and then sprang, life his relatives had given him but little house." The art of butchering hogs is of farm o;>erations- They would proh

Sunday School every Sunday a 10 n.tn. makes it a pleasure} to bo the star attraction was actually horror-stricken at the sug blindly, as it semll.ovCl the table's thought. When it camo time for one in which considerable can bo ably be even more [successful if they ,

II. C. HULL.Supt of a funlra1 However, all of gston. not that I bad the remotest idea edge and caught with ono toe on an object h'l to die-he had A little money, displayed although as ofpu skil practicedit would make a judicious use of commercial .

our customers O not possess a healthy tbat dream t'olI provo true, but the which ho was passing: and which ho about SIOOO-hi( brothers became very has given rise to the reproachful terma or concentrated chemical fertilizers.

Methodist Chnrcb. bank account and wo have to look out thought flashed across my mind that i could not havo seen from where 11htal.tll kind. After his death when the will "mere butchery" applied to any Southern-Cultivator.--- .

(Be"lc every S&jbath. at 10:3 am. aud and see that we do not get *hung up.' it should bo so the shock would make Although going with great was read, the following remarkable operation unskillfully i performed. Jal111 fallen- .

7:30 p.r Prayer meeting every Tuesday Not long ,since a charming widow him a raving maniac. I tried to persuade swiftness, the strength of t lat single jlause was (disclosed First get every thing ready,
and Thursday at 7:30. came into our place to make arrangements I him to dpTIt1 matter until the slender too, rounded on the end with "To my brother Napoleon Bonaparte, the hogs to bo fat. Have: plenty of after having let them have the cows'

O. D. TunxEn Pastor. for the funeral of her hushanll' f\llowilg day,but be positively refusell its curious 1 little i sucker" ?.as Sl t- I bequeath my left arm and hand, ; to water plenty of fuel sharp knives tables milk for a few days-which should always .

Sunday School every Sunday at 9 em She was hravily vailed, and she sobbed Filal.\, as t1'rt. was no other way out dent to enable him to stop and [;eorgeVa.shiington.. my s'conr1rtlr. platforms or shelves for spreading, bo done, not only because tha ;

[J. CUARLES RICHARD Supt. in a distressing manner as she took a of it, I t'old form. !iiy right arm all hand; to my other rolitivos a good "gallon and gambrols, plenty milk is fit for nothing else, but because ..

chair and proceeded to make known her the necessary permit, the body was ('x- Ho then hopped on to the round my legs, nose and ears. My of clean, coarse salt and a little salt it is just suited to the needs of the calf .
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wants. She detailed the story of herhushynd'a hlll. and( to inexpressible relief of a chair, and to givo him a gool l opportunity :noU(3SlOIO) cash, now in the II-- peter. A largo kettle i tho best appliance during the first week is to feed milk- [,

Chrlftllan Church illness and its fatal termination the absurdity of tlt. young man's dream to display his wonderful 1 a bank: ,.I bequeath to the physicians and for securing hot vv.itIT. la\I not colu-strum obedience to the dictates -j

lets xL, !; Acts xxvi., 2s<; I. Peter IT., ]6 and wound up by stating that vvusproven.. Tho effect on him was ity, I tipped[ the chair on one log ; i-1 I jiirgeons who carry out my request by a thermometer to test the water. Commence (if )tturl. and there Is now less .

Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. his funeral must bo the most imposing magical. II looked sorrowfully on the revolved it slowly ho hopping ; lismemboring my body ali giving to to kill by tho "break of day," by need to fel it sparingly and often. Asa .

G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. and elaborate that coul be gotten face of tad sister a moment anllUln round to round up, down and across, :ach of my relatives' the portion allotted simply sticking each hog with a long, matter (f fact it may l>o said that a ..
up. Nothing wo had the establishment burst into a food of tears, and, seemingly enjoying it as much as I his to him or her keen knife. cal will do very well,at all events when

Sunday School each 1.0Id'5 day at :p.r could bo any too good. Ity a Llfrowing his arm around tny neck he audience did. Horatio O. Onderdonk a brother of Thoatr should be about the temperature it a week or ten days old, if it is fe
,. C. J. DENTON Supt. few ,'arpfulyir"tp. questions we as wept from pure excess of joy. At first when touched ho appeared the Uishop of New York made provisions of 100 deg. Fahl'pnhenot twice a dav, but oven then it should nottbo

L_ -_. {( nl age of the deceased, his ":on1 people havo peculiar noton. startled, and would jump. In ono of in his wil which would havo under 1-V deg. nor over 170 deg. Thisis allowed to drink all it will o& can.
size' stature, and also the all-important about burial. I havo oftentimes }been those jumps he landed on tho surface; of turned old Draco green with envy. found to hlthf proper degree ((100)) Tho pail !1'Olh be removed while tho j'

OFFICIAL.DUtECTOHY. fact th.Abe: had left his widow and family requested to place the comn in the grave the pier-glass, on which he nw\lup or Draco w as strict and well understood after rpatCe tests. A little tar a'hlee calf i i.s .still and willing, and even i

in very moderate circumstances. As with tho head pointing toward the north down with a sort of half sljufilo and thft meaning of tho expression "ruling the watt.1 helps wonderfully in re- anxious tl' drink some more. The impression .

, ('fly Officer fcoon as our customer could compose herself or vice versa. Ole I was asked if the hal hop. OH ho evinced no four on vvitb a rod. of iron," but had Mr. Onder- t the hair. Clean olF every hair of tho English writer whoso 4 p

I Mayor-L. Witkov&kiJ OIl of our elCrk. was detailed to coflin couhlot be pla'o standing upright bl'ing touched, and on being stroked loak lived at the time tho old man was moving patb of scurf and wash and scrape article we have been reading is that .
I Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner
ho\v her what. WI' had, with tho quiet the grave-a request which, of gently on the back would turn his head preparing his famous code he could have clean before "opening";: the carcass. ca.eful attention to this feature of the .
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George Pace L. D. all S. F. Garditier.
Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. admonishment that her lil should not course, I was unable to grant. with a knowing wink in that direction. aelj-od to make it more binding. Tho "cutting out" as soon as tho process, is bettor than allowing a given ..:

, Tn'asurerW I Wills exceed S250. Y'iol'styles of casketSwere Some people, too, aro superstitiousabout Having gi\el us such ilterstug ra3t paragraph in the Onderdonk will Commence is disl'lh\III 'l Trim the quantity of milk to all calves alike, of ..

Marshal-E. I>. Wall. shown hor, and as she had some being buried on certain daysof entertainment, I con- (d.- '1&as follows: "No heir must be an hams neatly them at the the saute or similar agl. Hut! it certain. 4 -,

Assessor-T. W. what recovered her spirits she kept upa the week and lean a special served his freedom again. Taking! }him .tllot sluggard, profligate, drunkard, upper end and ruunlng removing all surplus fat ly involve careful watching and when' 1

sweat(4UltJ running fire of questions and suggestions. order that their funeral shall take in my hand I hold him up about thn"o famhiler; use liquors or tobacco; go hun t.nf and ragged meat! Cut the sitt.., or the work is loft to help it Is probably aVwell

Finally" as six was about to de- place on a certain day. Then there are feet from an old apple tree at the side or fishing on Sundays; attend races; middlings as largo as o.-jIle. leave to limit each "<*. l to a given quan ,

Officer cido upon a casket which the clerk had peculiar fancies in regard to flowers and of the hnu'l. He seemed in ny hurryto ? ra bar-room or porter-house; neglect the shoulders correspondingly smal. tity. It must b bornein -w .. :

County Judge-W. F. Malphui. MigjjfMed as most appropriate, she I happened ttn: hymns which shall be sung. Such take his departure, but lrawl'lllis- to rise, hrlakfast. and be ready for Pull out the strip of tenderloin that lies ever.that calves appetites and digestive: i J

Clerk Circuit Court-\\. T. Week to espy in another part of the matters as those are, of course, within I ui-ly up on the tips of my fingers bis Business by nine o'clock, or pet married along the upper edge of each "mid capacities vary a good deal, and each'a J lIf

Sheriff-H. W. Epperson.Tax vvarerooms several most elaborate and reason and are always complied with. little toes clasped firmly around tJI. before he or she arrives at tho age of dung," for sausage meat or immediate calf's appetite and requirement may'I '

Assess"r-E. Waimight. costly burial cases, which she insisted Tho queer and outlandish tastes. of some surveyed for a moment the group surrounding '.wcnt '-fve years.-St.. Louis Republic. consumption (it is worthless when dry, vary on diiferen* days and that to fet 7 / "

Tax Collector-M. M. Hale. upon looJdng at. In vain did the cleric people are exemplified in the case i>f him, and the next instant ABOUT -EYE-STRAIN.' salted and cured): ant also the thick by Stll.t rile) or measurement does : I I I )

Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. <11ta divert her attention from loo Beef a well-known Montreal[ character alighted on the bark of the tree. edge of firm fat that lies underneath the properly mt ot the ease. I is advisable,

County Surveyor-W. H. EJwarcl. C.B them. Those caskets made in mahogany ,'recently dl'lasfll. who on thC Wo waited for some time, curious to H Is tho Most IroJ11 Source of Continual lean strip. for lard. Take out the ribs, that each cMf: should receive fresh milk*

Couuty Conllisionprs-L, Witko\ki. ebony and other costly woods, occasion of his wife's funeral some years see his next movement, but he made !Ieu I). B. Knight, A. Todd W. II. Piuuol were trimmed with silks, satins and ago, ordered the bras band which ac none. I watched closely for any(change Pain is often caused by an irritated of each ham and shoulder with salt, and which time it will have become )
Iter, U. V. Smith. the to the of color in his coat. for.had nerve far distant from the seat of the to assimilate other '
laces of tho richest kind and were ornamented companied fun'ral procession l'at that lay it skin down on a shelf or platform oils enough kinds of
with solid silver and told cemetery to play 'The Girl I Left He- trle-tlads. like chameleons, change pain, especially in tho case of persons in a cool, shady and airy place, sprinkling food less strictly in harmony with nat-! "-1

Mate Omtrr!. mountings, and wore the finest oos bind Me' on the way hack. their color and so render ( who have inherited} a very susceptible) a thin layer of salt over the sur- urn, and it wilt havo learned to nibble a' ,

Governor-F. P. Fleming. J ackOnTil kept. Compared: with them the goods "A custom which has sprung up recently most undistinguishablo from their surroundings nervous organization.The face. Next morning before day, commence little sweet hay or grass. if there is any.

Secretary of State-John L. Crawford which she }had been looking at seemed and which in many respects is a but there was none and bo Medical Record: has an article on to salt down in tight half hogsheads out of a not or a raek.-W
Cr"ford vio.A t-hrap. and she wasn't slow in dtectng good ono, is to have a stenographerpresent was perfectly plain to the sight of any eye-strain as a cause of headache and or barrels, putting a layer of mid ""r'llj- -- --.-Fowls.- I '

uornty.Generl-jam Lam ar.Mon.tcelo. the difference. Tin clerk hor of at the funeral services to take of those who saw him gain the position; neuralgia, by the eminent expert, Dr. dlings at tho bottom, filling all the open The supposition that fowls must bn' .

on several of them by stating that they down the funeral oration. prayers, and but another person joining the group Ambrose L. Kanney in which tho writer spaces with jowls and salt. !r'fOr packing continually receiving egg-foods, red

Treasurer-F. J. Poui, Macclenney. """rt oh.and that it would be impossible 5 10 on. Those are afterward typewritten could not discern him for some time, gives a record of fifty consecutive cases down put a small teaspoonful' of popper or stimulants:has led to many''
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Commissioner of Agriculture B to duplicate tlieiuin. season for the in appropriate form, the hymns being although his location was pointed out. of headache and neuralgia :which he saltpeter on each ham i you wish them errors in poultry" kpeping. The most. .

Wombwell. funeral. However the bereaved widowCtUldflt incorporated with the report. I After awhile, oar attention for a moment treated exclusively by correcting a visual t be firm and red. Use plenty of salt, important r'l warmth drysholtorand -

Cmptoler.Gentrll-\\. Barnes. l>e mado to swallow all this know of at least ono stenographer in being drawn elsewhere, ho had defect. Tho success of this treatmentwas leaving no vacant spaces between the a,. ariety of focJ. I tho :

Adjutnt-General-Dail Long, Cedas fiction and finally she ordered an elaborate this city who makes a specialty of this disappeared completely and' the sharp signal and in many cases marvel pieces of pork. fowls are fed exclusively on corn, or'

Keys alTair. the price of which was just line of business and as he has but little est pair of eyes could not trace OU: We forbear any further details, but anyone net of they will need nomedicine" .
Superintendent of Pul.tc Instruction-- seven hundred dollars. Having completed (competition he makes a good thing had he left the tree. This would tendto Dr. Tanny's special attention was beg the farmer to give the wife all .- The grain.object will IK to have -

Abort RussMl, Jacksonville. her selection, she gave her Ord'r1 out of it. His minimum charge prove whether or not he could adapthis Irawn to the subject by his own experience needed assistance in the way of lal>or them in' such condition that they will ?

PROFESSIONAL--- CARDS far flowers, ,rtirriagos and teen dollars, andjrcquently he receivesas color to match his surroundings ho Ten ;years ago he was almost in and material that may be required -_- -
WRVEYIMG. --- :: the t1halming otHr
able
CIVIL had treated his
ENGINEERING.
physicians case
Ho watches closely the obituary columns ting on to places most coat inappearance.llarpers
bad ordered (\"prjthin she could think (lls ment 1'oroing with tmulant' may bo bonofifial -
without result. As his
R. F. ENSEY, of, she started to leave, whereupon the of the daily newspapers and Young_.. Peoplo and unusually sight acute was,apparently no TIE ,fxnp: 1 E.\1. ; l for awhile there will sometime
clerk politely requested her to step into regularly calls upon a number of under prflc de This is as good a time as any to commence come.a-reaction.HEREf .
THE ARCTIC CURRENT. fect of vision was thought of. At length, __ -
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ENGXNEEB the} office he had the m11r up takers. the process of '
whil hil howl'er. he requested that atropine bo manlrcmakilg.It .' AND THERE
.STARKE, FLA.DruJltlnl. iny.ndin to ask her to pay a certain "As. a rule no .unpleasant incident occurs Ihuutlll I(.0 a, to Temper I lie Climate instilled into his eyes. This revealed a should bo ('olsidfrell tila" a'ry

e'tlmatoa levallur, etc., exe- percentage of it. or at least to-givo satisfactory to mar the successful carrying out of Labrador Bud :,'\fllodl
'"t fi ICUrCT and d1pa b references. At the word "bill" of a funeral ceremony. Of course, the The announcement that I.]. J. Uendor Il.f.t.appropriate glasses, with the immediateand that have been removed from the soil "rough it," either from necessity or theneglect

per day ca h she flew into u passion. "JSill," she dim-tor must havo his wits constantly has succeeded in making arrangements permanent cessation of his head- by tho crops of grain, hay and other of the flookmaster. the Merino ..

didn't care what the billwas, : that would about him and mut bo thoroughly ex in London for the purchase of the Quebec food crops cn
J. 0. IIAYNES IK- tn'ttlCl at tho proper time. Tho poor pCi.nll I had one experience( though, Montreal railway and its extension acHI seems that this eye-strain may exist the farm, reappear in the l'Juic jut about Wll. *. the Concord, is among"i i4.grapes. .
clerk tried to explain but that only in- which vas most embarrassing and which to the* Straits of (.lf Isle revives and bo tho source of most painful solid excrements. The making domestic ..,J.bout

croa d her nger. She called the clerk caused no end of trouble. I was throughthe the proposal of (;lonoral Sir Solby Smyth, neuralgia, not only in the head but manures (consists mainly in procuring -.\ tho fourtn moath of pregnancy

D :3E3/2ST S all f'rt.of hard names accused him ofa carelos:noss of ono of my assistants laid before the Dominionlovernment; in elsewhere, and the person b utterly 'In- these elements of fertility and feed tho breeding ewes grain. Be-

-1 a lack of fooling and finally flounced. and the assistant of one of my competitors. ]s70, for diverting the .\rcti current COnSCiOUS of defect of vision. Some restoring them to the soil whence they for that they will get along on cleaa ..

out of the door and as a parting shot I had received an order to send from the (Julf of St. La\\lncl by fill cases require! not only glasses, but the were removed by the crops. corn fodder aadswtt-t tender< hay. A -V

Office orer Jones' Brick Bloc*. said: ")Iy husband !hal have the best one of my wagons to the (rand Central ing in the Straits of Belle Isle which serving of SoC ocular muscle-tenot- Tho growing of food crops< tho saving f-w roots are in order all .the tlma 4 '

-- -- funeral that over took place in the Depot to moot a corpse whioh had been would serve as a bridge connecting Newfoundland omy. of their manure and restoring it and they may be coerldith just a

BUGG & WILLS, neighborhood, even if I have to take in expressed from Albany. I appears that with tho mainland' for rail One of Dr. TannlY's patients was a to tho soil, is a beautiful illustration sprinkling of weal. I'otatan.1. apple )
for it.Ve competitor had also an or- (;leneral Smyth's idea of of tho law of compensation .
wa-hing to pay my rllin'c way purposes. young: 1.ly fve years had been may bo fed.
\ have many experiences. similar der to get a body from the same train. constructing a dam across the straits unable to read, sew or to see her and restitution. An Individual -If we could impress farmers an* .
at Law
Attorneys to that but in the majority of cases our l Both of us dispatched a man to attend does not appear to have been original most intimate friends. A constant painin particle of phosporic acid lime gardeners with tho importance of thoroughly .

customers are very reasonable and we to the matter, and, as neither of them with that gentleman, as her head was rendered intolerable by or potash may possibly make th.'lr"lit testing need before planting we .

STAKKE, FLA. have no dilficulty in persuading them todeter thought that there might be more than :Maury it is understood, laid a similar any use of her eyes, or any excitement. from the soil, through the grain, into should remove lie cause of an imme.., .2

WlllprsetIceIt' their judgment to ours. We much {corpse, hey took no especial painsto proposal before the British Governmentover She could not walk across tho room the living animal ti""If. thence to the amount of fruluro in 1 .
all thc the Fourth crops. Kh'P. -
'- rthJuJicul O i QUrl.11. prefer to deal with men on such o<*casiou ascertain whether they got the right thirty years ago. In his reportto without diniculty. Tenotomy was per manure heap and back again to the soil tenths of the trouble in growing crops, J
less moved by s 'nti- a result of this carelessnesseach the Dominion Government (General formed on three of her ocular muscles, dozens of times in thc course of a farmer's -
*. as they are (I's we believe, is U> b found in poor seed. fl 5
F. J. FIELD, and are more practical and seniblo. of them got the wrong one and as Smyth draws attention to the a rapid improvement followed, and cultivation of a grain farm. Firstit '
men -Do thing in the dairy at th9 '
is in the soil, a particle of inert matter every $
advise that both wore those of men the mis- fact that the traits of after several weeks she returned home
strongly otil's Dele
'f always discovered until the lids Isle to the northeast thus cured. ; next it is organized into the constitution right time and in the right way say.
ri bo left to take was not are open receiving -
1
M n'a VJ rk Pl thnr the funeral arrangements tho XorthvvesU Agriculturist. This
I n mall relative or friend of the family \'ITI unscrewed at the funeral for the the direct flow of the polar cur- Another patient had succumbed t of the grain; then becoming a will the. least labor and the s

tone bereaved woman is in no condition mourners and, friends to take the last rent down Baffln'shay. This icy stream, headache, insomnia and nervous pros- part of the living bone muscle or other require )
a least car and vexation. The best
STARKE FLA.tLL ; such business.Aliout look at the dead. The blunder had a terrible at from two to four miles an hour, pours tration; he was compeled t abandon tissue, or passing through unapproprated way
transact is the easiest Neglect and doing S $2
t month were called and as the first mourner gazed its way into the Gulf of St. Lawrence, business, and took a trip to Europe without ; then into the urine and droppings.Now v-ay.
we
ago ei.ct. things out of time make hard work and
WORK GJAPA1T ':ED. Box 4k officiate a at the funeral of a beautiful upon ( of an entire stranger overcoming by its greater density the benefit. No medical treatment if these excrements be carefully
to reduce the profUs.
upon saved and placed on the soil, and the
-- she one shriek and fainted warm gulf stream from the southern helped him. His brother a prominent
pave wIlt
PEEK & } young woman,who the had only daughterof quite dead away in the arms of her escort. latitudes. The cold stream ho says, physician of New York advised him to later be prevented from undue waste of -In winter have a good, warm plac, ,
wealthy parents. dif< the store of elements of fertility still remaining for your Feed them ground corn, .
lL\ZEE the stricken father This precipitated matters, and for awhile divides into two branches near consult Dr. Ranney, who treating his cow3
RuddenlvThe grief of CIO the of exhaustion of oats and barley. equal portions of each, .f t .
undemonstrative body was p anic stricken. I L'\mour-nl running westward up eyes restored the man's health.strength process
Attorneys at I Law; and Maries&TAKKE and mother was nevertheless quiet and of the- was dumfounded every for a moment and almost gulf and the other southeastward dis and mfntal vigor within six weeks. Two the land must be comparatively slow. It being the best food to produce quality 'J

I )"Ct speechlss with mortification. As charging into the ocean again bftwfpn years have elapsed without a return of is the duty of the lamer not only to save, and quantity combined. Corn-meal and -
deepest nature. The father was so prostrated in the form of manure what has been shorts form an excelent Never
could I ordered Newfoundland and Cape Breton. ThpGeneral the feed
I recover symptoms.A
BRAUroIlII) CO. FL1. that he couldn't bear the thought soon as mCnses feed oii .ke ...... S
make the removal of the. body, and the explains that this branch then distinguished theological professor removed from the soil, but to add to <:? or turnips. plentyof .jI

Abre0'5! of entering our warerooms to anyseleCtiOUS minister closed the services with a prayer. sweeps along the eastern coast of Nova in the vicinity of B.ston. who suffered this recovered portion additional supplies sweet hay ant pure water. .. .
of Title and Heal) Estate Ltwf'Krac18 he merely sent for lac to
1 c:1
; these elements from other -The most successful
of feed .i
Ipecialty. : I then set out to hunt up the lost Scotia and shoulders off the warm water severely at the base of the brain wentto dairymen
) !; furnished. flowing every Itesa. I at his house and then quietly requested and my work was facilitated further out to sea. which would otherwise Europe and consulted eminent specialists sources both from the deep recesses of cows more or le-ss grain tho year rount ) j

IDt Ort&ag.Rod .all L'M';;' martois lax' !:of nl'-.) J.Iu.fgmentllcb.': mP to make all necessary and. arrangements me a blank corpse considerably from the fact that my competitor find its way along the shor.s of thecontinent of Germany without any relief. the soil itself, and from sources outsidethe Gras increases the flow of milk, ant ? ?

IfectlIg Iitie 0' Ih'll I Flue In UradCord for the funeral, banding bade had been driven well 1 nigh crazy and into the gul. If. therefore his return home he was at once farm, as well as by the cultivationof g rin increases amount c cream, -
IIU,, lorlda, /to late ol A bet met.IlEADQUARTEKS check with his signature attached, bv much the same experience at ) the polar current could bo excluded and.fter perfectly cured by the use oj such crops as have the power to gather Al milk should be strained at once after .

fill it out nitrogen from the atmosphere, thus being drawn from the cow, through j .
me mysel. funeral. As the other body had been ( and deflected eastward of Newfound- glasses adjusted to eyes.
..(1.-ion:1) wo receive orders for taken to .lersey City for interment, i j ilan.1 into the open ocean the climatic 4 hi building up the soil and increasing its three strainers anl immediately] submerged .

FOR persons alive a11H.l. and took us throe hours to straightenthe effect by the exchange of cold -An old maid aid he wished she was productiveness. In these few words we in wa'or, the temperature u J i

: .'IIti:: .li lM I' chalices of living to a ripe old matter 0\11 out. and the burial servicesin j warm wou1 bo very marked in ant thin an auctioneer for then i would befoctlypropor p"r. have stated the theory o restoring, which sho'.ild r 1t b over forty-fivr. dgreos ,

XNSUINO:, a.. -apparently as 01)00 as yours or both in' al.p. had to be postponeduntil ;, gulf a j\Icnthore--OtUiw a (('ui.) to"ay: ")lke me an offer.." maintaining and increasing the fcrtili':" in sumtior nor below ialj it 1

1 K rrcfntlni?the Liverpool and London n.liIlt.! Somo of thos customers hav' the following day. I didn't 1 t Letter. Texas b Siftings of tL aoU. {rtc:in winter. Ml
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and Globe Company. ,.' sent to their ku.ies.: 4i
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BK/DFORD COONTY\ TELEGR/PH. j flECK.ItsCompo.iIflon ATTENTION, STRAWBERRY MEN fIll LEADING FURNITURE HOUbE 1


DIQ'rrcnt Kind and Ship your Fruit and Vi'getal'lt toM
Ihe b MV ay 10 I'tllilze *1. $ ,41iu
PCBUSHKIi!) WEKKLY AT- -
StkREE.RRADFOKDCOUNTY. FLORIDA. I FortheTLwPH j : : F :Ejc: :,

LC.VE13fl.Editor I Muck is the decayed vegetation of low- :334: : Warhintoliest SUett. New Y .ik I'ily. OF THE STATE. 1; t

and Publisher 1 I lying lands u !Inch) tire covered with watt r of reference For .tefleil'. l lanks po-tnl c.inU and other i

NiK rRlPTION 91.OO' A YKAIt.tcnrding the greater o-ut .f the year. In this strteI information apply. to }\ W. IIALLAH !). I-o-sal Agt.STAKKK t

I muck deposit* are often found of a dqpih RETAIL .
FLA.MaHory's AND
ifrrc1;; t<> Act ofOfiff. Cot.'rei' vTho | of many fiet. Many wonder why it is JOBBERS WHOLESALE j

:. Zw &arto.7
C/API .jatfrr. dry I a ml in thick layers although the New York Florida Line V' Alway keep a full line 'if the latent style- in

article in this issue on mnckis vegetation there may l>e heavier iliac on: fty -s .C'i!ora r. F.1'. i a"pienilid e-tabl ...
$ nnrt p-r re: rrat >iu.i4.ctuis
> n for thsa
the !ow muck l>eds. This is explained I Ias f.- -. .f ? -T Pfl1..

I from this jt-n: of one f HradfonlVIwt follows: Three things moisture: air Parlor r I and Bedroom suites Sidejoards nd( C foniers. ar 7

if 1 bt ,
citizens :iv _
posted .vs
and heat for I
a.e. necessarv peifect decay ; _
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Kew York Boston and Florida.
there ;is MH n :*eat value in muck. uhtie one of these i* wanting perfect decay Philadelphia,

our i-tate has more wealth thnn A'a. cannot take place On dry land except CLARK & LOFTUS
: ; ; EVrtt-i 1 FKRNDIX 1 Fl\ EVERY Till IISD1 %. ,
with her iron and roal mine- The when frozen all these conditions aie I! rrOnl Miw OKK, KVIKY FKIOIY AT 3 P. uiIROX : .

present, and for that reason the Unions -- bTElvMEKS-- _1 .. :.tt..Itr..at.r.1. rof
muck and phosphate of Florida will '- ;; scivt TMalart
: r ht
rtc aw-iy before it can accumulate to any 1':. liac y..4 ,nt
fertilize the worM. 40 AND I 42 WEST 1HY STREET, _
depth. I>ut where the dead vecvMtion i RIO GRANDE ,

covered with w.itci must of the lime aiijistxcluded. I'upt.iin t v>nni r.
Had the |irtM'iier Frank 1b.Itt.r Florida.
and decay j is arrested IK-foro' tiorrespuii'LeiiceSohieittl. Jacksonville
,
not been Oflj>tuif$ l I probaltly! the
jihe organic: part of the plants is fully dei STATE OF TEXAS,

County ('orurnis ioticrs would have toved.! How **r the pr"ccss c n gt on L'aptain il.iair.x; r TSell You the 15e>t GooiN fur the Lea- I __.
C..
offered a liberal reward for his ar-i j depends upon the depth of water &:id the S sr u 1 t n TeT.zr, t4ba4

rest, now that he i is captured and climate. The deeper the water i e and tj < w City c: San Antoni,

lodged in jail it is still their duty to the longer it aland, and the cn'der.f'he ;, c IPtt1fl \\ I of All KindsMatunps

climate the It pc perfi-c' \* the decayin:: ; len1r leivo FcTntn-lini on arrival of tn.in b-av'ms J.i-k-onvi'le; at 0 T.'i a. in. House : Furnishing : Goods ; : : -

pay-all% expense of his capture and a 1! Train f-JIA L'iori 1 ff nnl A renisi-ul t Uii.r i i I fro-u a' t :SIMM! s .oith, rivejandin
j ri>ce-<. In j-onie place> il'e tiead vert'.it'no'of .
margin for the in which in IV'tI.KAV: t C'V p.'o. XVe I fne-d.iv. and ?:V> a.m. Tiiur-d y. in L log e.ii fltiOIiS
promptness .ne yt-ar is hxrdly touched liv de- j cnt'r'< stoji at Uronwik.G.i.'oiity.: and arrive i in New York Monday-,
I K-foreit j is coered" w Uh that of tinSucceeding '
it was tlonc. cay tt'etuzrs arriving \Vcdne--day evtuins wjii its ukei cire t>: Aboardtcamer..
I Inictns ter, bUliri.ith'>' 'ivr
e-r. and s. --n. by which rnpu.iy.
I scni: ULF. roii FKIJRUAUY : Lad)&. .rv ir ,.tton1
pi-al is fanned. Muek for fertilizer T.In an l-npnr r.w.ti"n i-i to TPSr

Oar new town street commit can only lie formed in a uair.i'uniaip '! K Nhw YOHK Si E\MEfe. LI\VE FEKXANDISA.I'r.uuv : Carpets and Win.low Shades, Rngs and Mats, Bed Springs tEl-

has been such a great improvement such a this"; we hiivc peny! ; .>f muck n.
over the old one that for our own nt-edv hut a: i.11v! J J'quTntity Fridnv.Fiidiy.. .1..nuirv 31 . STATKOFiEXAS: . . Thiu'.iiv Fcbtuarj 6 j Comforts, Mattres. Crockery; and Tin Sets, Looking Glasses. .4
everybody V
to t-pire for the lest of the A "rid". Fel-ru-irv 7 . . RIO GHANDh . . Thins, .ay Felmiary 13FebruaivH

feels himself free to do as he pleases, an 1 11!:. re js little doubt th-it I in ti fie, w hn Fn.l iv. . STATE OF TEXAS . 'ILur>diy Februan 20

hive the value < i-ur miii k Weenies known i; Friday.FMuv.. Fibiiii"l lilO GKANDE I . . Th.ir.-d }'drIlLrv 27Ft _

to a sidewalk or not, to use the will become f ixjmrt fr.ii iiiState. > : bru irv 2> .' .". STATE OKI EXAS . Thursday Mareli 6 Willow Reed and Rattan Goods of all Kinds. tlc are p cirrr : '/ tho won-lerluj tonic ud

highway: as a place of refuge for j : bk.i cen : T rrrties f r. P. P., Pncily Aid,n kS3Z"
1'i jj j
tiah.. Much had been expected The muck four.d here 1 dn"i-roni: i ivalue J 71 riTTLril, A"nt ; west Biy Srre-t. J.knvi1i FUti -
n s a ft-rtihz r aecor iir.z to i it lini roc j u UIHI1V, Aeent f >: Ct-t-t -rM. FcrnanJin* Via I

of our new council but, "The best coarser grain and the murer ie..abuu- C. H. MALLoRY A: CD., iivuer.il Agents, Pier 20, EIt-. >\ Y..Notice. MOJWANS BAZAAR

!aid plans of men and mice yang oft'aglie. dad or avntll.e pli'.Titfi-xl jt contains 9
Fine dry muck i< a get a iMirlt-r of
To Kt'-tst-.hlish Lost Deed.
a Dealers inFancy -
ammonia and moi-turc fr.'m thf air; \\ -llincorparaletl

with tl.e *'<\] it kep> it Bv Tiri-.i nf en orler ina3ev ti? Hr.ri'! IN f.I. ir i : .:T. ni jfHt m. rniciTTOK

Unr county jail is in a poor fix in mist i in w-htf.ei dry weather and ni >re compietin Wh 1 for F the Mirtiur.J C. urty .f tdce fcrsJf of IR rvl* (-:ae'iiitr. f l"i"i,urt r'e.r.ingrr.bttt ii.nAI1 In the yL"rIl'iK:n iti.r c' : < i'.pu---i! -Kl> n c of'UMY K M. PvnlH Goods and Fine Stationery Lippr,., ;;! .C*?SZ ss il5*i.}!Proptietore d.wi'- rL'syvzn
like 1 uul
net pn-ciM-ly p'uter
deed. The Commissioners ; poer-. .Tt-i .'.iniurs CT"i.! Hun i J \T5t--rvn. Tnye- _Ii iCQISTS5
County Fine mr.ck can h 'd ., :n.t twice i' 1app.nIT1z til tbt Uflte'rr1 Ia.c. : -r !. N Fraat Aciel :- Eie-.k. SAVAWUH. GA.

hhould take steps at once to have it ,n\n l'U'.kf xvater. Ju- l tow i< t p. cd tt"tr lo S(: l" O1I win: rt-al t .' ii, )1.t1t" :t a ..t deti.
.
of A'lh FMI U'f f I CnU.tV
t.'ith.t *
!('f ( > n
In a condition to hold t tint foi :&nvL.olv :aere to convince hintwlf ..f rIrIft.-i.* <:ett iv1. S tti't it >ai'1 C UI.:V 1 Allana F I'r--v R. i r.in-o-J! n-nA ?jav School Books School Supplies
put ) prisoners or (*f this t.v &ilnp'y u'.ii: his eyeThe! f.II..a-: IhtK JI..tr': '.. \ :: i L.-r I. 2z-. ,

give it up altogether and hire a bo.\ ;j nioi-turr-i-i'r; :c px.pej'.x of Hradf rdcounu th? #W f .- > 1'J Tp 7 > of Kft.: ct K cuM. ..Rn > her Lubti'i.V.t.: n U. l'rt- tonn i Firnirr j
: t1 nor 'mr.. or !f -. N.'v. T-T yin .e ofii t on ci-r .' Ir.u.iIrr-:.n. u!
lai in fr.Mii the I ] Musical Instruments etc.
I -
mt r
car whii-hj would do much better ptii ivtxirc I orUt-r I w.il .*!. .1; c iV.io near ue lTf. ce. \lurei\y the wittris fj: CiViri r-iu <.-r in tt.e Town ol st.tr.e .n l -r-i-i- inttrv-t-l tv.il t-l.- .tat lh%: t!.. J
than the jail in its present condition.A i kept from kinking aw-iy f.tt. Inj; m..-!- th>- siij O'-atv "f fc. 'f jrt. ou its rtr t Mou-l-t v i' ...\riT.f ;>''< ;.!1T- uil I ij't Iv t< laHo c>r Florida-
humus V in AJvh. A D PR i. b-"t. :; t.tyu: s .1 .Ji.-i- a-t- M. Ba..er. Ju {-if'l'.r af.-iVMi.i Staa3se,
!
h lliecai n-.Uik. i it kt'tu!
steel cell i> expensive but experience :v or ; in .ufinnJ r*' -i.r I> I.IT. ihtaf ot ei: 1 tit -- t ..r:. .:t .'aor\t! r K5.-r J i. 0:1 Fn-lav the
} in the topsoil. wh'-rt''V i .tin wat r l.f.d i '. iUfirr.i. .
-f-* i U'ti'* fc -- : f o ttr tt it rf tz i _'1.rt'ti. r ..tli .rtr? rt--t-'tAt'iui
proves that the only safe \\ay a long time and moj-isire from tleL':' i iil i- ; :'.21 r.II t-* :e -4.t! fo- the j't l ::.tfj: 1 m. .1 v-f-in >:Cf i iui 'e b one: lY.tno s lYrSI.v.n .
>sorl ed. In this dry time the) Ir.unuparlicles i-f ..lb;% f MI I r t.V.e. Trrius c.-:.. jurvhir n .1' -. -tt.! iv. r cisi Ai-nJ 13 to keep pri>oncrt> from escaping. jviTi ,: -. Tit.f-. B. r.H.'H'-- I. II: I'-i -!--- ii i F. V r>. M I-McKinr>*j.inj-lrti '
in the surface "f u.tivale.! .
i i i' '! i! Jan 3'.ltf co.ii.ii>> I'J.rr of !! r Li .irr NSJn'rrr*- Ami Aox>r|<-
are so shtunkt-a up t y urj mj mat UIP full i iis t\i Vu-. I.S -jju-ilrj ijjSrT'Jtirr 1C Nihl O..M.T ST :
County Superintendent Hill ha lecidod i of very 'light color. The f.i >t re.ivy !j Master's Salt- j I] ..frr.i :f-rl st u '-. :n r-5 x- nen st TRUST STERNEURG AND CO P1
1 iUrhv tt v>>:a r j i.. : NiSO -* >! fthtrn < :
lo Iu\ a county teachers nun will catse thtm towill 1! nut to iv\nv ; Bvvirns ail t ii pMrsaaaean: orlt-ra'il a 40 f-t -r : .. kit..t .
their hulk. ; n 1 then the -.11 i] will-i..in' 'r-rt'e rh J.t : e- I 3L'k-r. J.e ; .' a I
uciatiun, he has called tbe same resume in dark hue ('i'ui-e murk wi1\\] > f tie! K'rh J i lic.al ("irv-uit of HOT M. 1-1 ..iJ -. *.v:::, --rr:.:' t.tr-' ;> :".Tt'-. t.i'i' ppp
; frtli* i'-y rf R-.ttf! -r I. >UM J.nuan 1": .. t : -: S-t..jLi: A;. : t :. v..I- .1.
to nitt-t nt <)i >ne College te.t r.nt hold n.o'turt: : bsipphin..: it ipoiiiand 1
I A P. 1). :-. i Tv-itur whev n Lillia A. II 'th ihnv-.- n.Tth jttn' x-t-.1: iv.v .>f.i
h it mikeihe & >! to-t o-n-n. aai tlenfore Vi.'. *stvstnrf !h- IA-T v.il anJ t-.iceiI .' :L; : ': Ia-: o t. TpS _
.MrnJ.ir at 11 I o'clock of all of Mr. ] .
,
dner. Toads *Ji ]w-rtin.r a crowth \ i fl.i ,1 I.i"i: ;
HiHV cliitih : W. J noble and
actions this js the f pin \ield ci-irs- .
1 i cypri-ss .
irreat- I %V H. i-r : rt !rf-3 J .it*. I the unUr- i. ii 1B.'rs. ii't.
vt. Mon be Iiriit.1 muck poor in plant fotnl! :nd misri "h -i.r-e t. .pe.21 : a>:-r .:} p >is: can liy the itnd Ponds win-re Muck gum !i. .ct j jfinia. iVJT. in pur-u.r.t"* vf >ii wnv. tii < U *: ( IVo..h. 1 v 3. i ::.:_ t

teachers in comention in a bori m.p'.e. myrtle aiul M iklrr \ iro1-* j"il.iv-.u eTn.1-!(.';uvi iMirtt.m fr..rt cf. n ib--! > .: !>(:. ..tity Houiivr of Briilori. NOi'1ti-_ : I They want to sell! } on yijn.r Groceries, Provisions, Flour,

time furnish the) U'-t"muck. for ttese kis.N cmonlv Iwwt-ra !t.e _- il h-.r- i.: >.. o. on i .5
than they are aware. \\ e 1ipe gr'W *.\ heie wsi* r i iil'atn' : m >i >f V M.V..UV. ihf ,i <'.:ti f V.ar\-h. A l) I-1 i Corn. Oal.() Hay and Hraii. : &Y'L
.
tIlls ill t t: -In.za If;ai sale l-y. il-ef-.tlow'ss ILLr.L.t : ; .
\\ In1 the starter of a permanent the tiir.e; coiisequenl'v tl.e air hs aCit>- S
h f Le.t ,
I.-nt.-t tit )
to ll.e muek. an i MI-I ::. -.rsd ihtmick ifiifiiul n r.r..lrv ;' : e C" 'unlj J..'.;'- v f.K! OfUir'TT : ie.; :: J.12w
\V. .1ttt:1 i K '_ F. O-- h. wi rf'- ;
> ; ; -n. c ;
j'I an > want to vourDrv Unods and V.
They ti)1.
of tcaeher- -. 1 1. M'i \ (; )
organization stt .u-u \ of : .
county 1 .. .- ?.r r.-a <-r : 4 -"J-5
fri*!!. vtcvtali'in rsch in j ''i'>-.a.re! ftn Jjin-ar.1si.r.> < t ,.gt v-r >. ai> | > inr- t. P.: ith'. i-t--t-t I'a.' arLi -. V-;. .4r.vr-v,
acd. pof.t 'i. linn-, tie .Ml; m'sc''; U-d- ti.r<3 Tre bjti J liv *.::1.fraJ.nt \V. HKrrataii'St phr. : IS.lfl ..Icr it-e f Kwat V S tz
The tl.e i; tV.. .' < >, -rn itiv! K =.-!- : Ther want to .ell (iottiiiu and ( ootl ,
organization of a Uujl3in cat' In- made! Ivtttr l-y 'Irainij-r. i : T.: -: : 1 't. t t.J-CT you > otir Ftiiiiiiiiig
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i F. < ><<-cn. l.:' *ifiUP: fTI 1 1 t> in th3 oastcj' .. "" -:
I oau Aviociation StarVe has Ktnfilt Untied No ?. lale'y 1 J.i-t! fri'KJ tl.r >; .-* in < .1 k. .-ntV .4 i'-ra.lfor.1 < in ;ir 4 S-v ih.-t' a> v T Tpx /; > Korx ,
r).'rid.'i! Exjx-rimt'nt Matum. ro:>i 'i. \la> I.4o- -: Tu-wf i 1.f of the n.'.rtht I
> 't .2 : :ar W)1ro.i ai.1
in the of the of quarter ai.d oulit-.i- laner af trtt'.V. r ; They want tn *.t'Il I jou 30:11* Hat* and ( ;ips. I j
way purchase much valuub'e inform t o-. uK..u: cmkMHJIV : : .r-
I-T > ?*i-t.'>a c la lovrnsh:pe -nri < yt.
several Juts nrj nobe s mplt-s of rhu< k hive ): c''ntiia.c; one h >rirtfir. : I ; : .. Tha5 -.
buildings r.l tlii re in a ib..ii.u.h w.tv. un J li.e -. jli.orilies IT AO Hi i r >.C Ir-v TcTIU>Ch.. J ri g. :: : -e.-.- -:- : They want to vll > 'ut your Hoots.( Shoe* :* ml Kubbers. i FlondairunkLitie.
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ing contracted for. There i is. r- ;..' ,: I ui tr* 1- j -1 L t
now hive ii.t- ouit- .
there
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c .mi? > ;.a- ':: f.L 'T f. .rtIur
VV_ T \VEE. v : t-: .. ... .. ; They T> ant to M-il You Yuwr lLards Tools and Builtlinsr3Iaterial. _
no teason why renters should not be that gofrt Flo'i'ia mtick. <\ :.ivi'e'i: w.i; ;; : J .:i !s-0. *;_ t' f a : r V V are. t fiLORlDA( CENTRAL
lime before it i is applied i" tin.- '..md. i i- | : -.d U t : .
home owner* instead. The plan of about equa! to so much !harn.yr.i jiui.urIWI j-j-; Cio \Ve'.I ..-rye1. ''SPEfitoSUlARB.H.
.
the xv ate a few e\tr.ict frunj the M.: Ti--'is'ii'i. J.r.rr > + arc 3t-ivinj: IvC' ":: .- aiy ::'.-'e a- J.i'r oftr :';.-- :t V
avocution ill allow the pr.r- iI -: -.. : i tl) i- IT-: _i.v .* JinNOTH'K.. k They want to sell \ on > ,!ur \IgoT1..i, llug ie-s. Agricultural un- lI Former} lit. ? I*. SI. & >..Co.MiiiUinl .
bullclis : : ".i. Vir."i.M S ( "ir.-ii)3! Gr> ra'and

tlIae of a lot and the building of a "Table II i is designed I" rive ceaerai A': 5-ani i. : n'l) fjiiuraiii: j IO Ar'.:ti- V '% .F t .VzIy V plt'intMi: *. St-e l- Stiiil I-Vrtilizer*. i Time, I *_.-Iler.23t_ 1889.

hou,. and tale in instal ide* ol the n-lative value ot aLe msur.rrs :1 ; .5 ItEI :; Dtv : I 4
payment _.t. iM:*-. .iri ;:nJ tL! OSIahr-ma: Thej want to -ell J MI jour S.icitllrs llartu-xs ami *. *
there described. It will W uoml tint ( ; Whips, in I ; ; 11 : :11 1 \ 5- -- u.iiir a .\r tifdpl HSOaAr
menu each month 'amounting to t..unirv Thtxr pvop'r ri c various rt.;- j 1 M ..TI s :
muck cotr.ains considerably ihore *mmoni.i V Tb i! M"jr I'ITO '.ril e is f ftjriQ- r>3Ilir fact thej want to ell jou c\er> thsi: ; 's flit niav nei-d. Ghe tlu-m ;uj: i-i: LV t .a.' nir- 4.p..s' ?
ISian barn-yaid :manure ossideramouut f tht-ir cl.ii- tf hoiinbut fii t oi.v :rj Fr'truary. l-S'. in rc-nt. I .
0:1* < r *: thej t ; 1 LV !
a rent. a trial, anil w ill comim-cil that willav r I t; 4It p 5 35 a
T' ? "oisrt: jh'-k d.K.r. sa srke, Brijfv.ra tXcaif jou they joii IIIOIICA i ion
abt k- p'it.li, flti htlI the -.tnh :; 1 j- \r tat.v .3ri
v tiJ i. tLt i- : 3 -;tbp 430) *
ailt; _
LtirgCl.V fl
prirrlpji t-au.-e : they t '
; y .t
-t..% of pho phric i acid It! 5cvDerally 5- e\er\thinir Yon buy < ml at the >atne time uarante the I : :.: .r -t.rhst ..I.t 1 p 4tXiai.
f. qua ..
r-e eLf tr r .4 I'zMth
It is not out Ofd3CC to *all the '_ frrir< can d.i i-t-ttcr %J.ce 1; :tr Al ;.: 3a a2i7
.
un&krt1..t1. tu.tI l our ana!} t LAUlir aalno :i lity and quantity ot" (JoudTRUBY -. [ 1.t 4-Ij. Ar flaWII'rr.e Ar '.
attention of the Road Commi ioners Lear cut the coai-usion exttp; ? t.i pli ipl Si diij'Uirand ri'li. The older st.iU- Th- rr: r--- i crc 35r Ar t'.ta Ar124'IpU4Gp- \>
: ac- ** v\ Ieri.sk ::-- hF.j
to the fact that Rome of the oit acid th-il ir.u< k contains, innammonin. V 3:.::-J- are w >tu oItt. cri p< at ttt arc p K r J- I_ !c.r; *# 4.:; c-t 1 < -?. t.-t r xnir LkButlrr 4-. _;.;' .i OJip.Ar' Wnluvtvl; Ar llSlailJ lUUOp'
.
pUnk .1 t t.tr Lt-t-l"r.r Ar : "u t 4
i'Ut U-rs pr/t.i-h tn i pho>plnric ai i Ui tr> nja j cr>t-, -.aj i cr-. t T.'it'U .p440p
tvliat thrrrtr ia the v .
ccn'p-ifcd to ur\v :* < \r Li.a't4 L%
I
on the New Ri\cr bridge and other acid than barn-\ard manure." j ,irif: <-f :br h"Tlj ..I: ? l-I "US pcKk .v |
'I : I r> p'Ar rl.tu i ii> l"if t. a
UxU**. C*.' cuL.r-f ii'inii% ill it tht-y :aic i iGrititii :.ii -v ni--ly t.' tb- .1-wt .i r.i;jrr The K.is J STERNBUR8 &
"Dcrs it n.uck ft nilizer :
to apply r.s a .
bridge* in the county are loo e owing p y ? r-rtt- r..L1 t.. rr2-et .I COMPANY.; I_._ TIXt'A MV'N i-__?. :o
? Tbt is a queMion toll' j :j-wtrfriby thrir p.! u.iuj ri.:!.:-. r..t WI..T :il- j Sj.v.i.-Ji-s :a u.c* .:.r. C -J'tJ > 41 ." .
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I t j.t;J f.|L- jte.-i';:J.V: A f 5 ''L a
t to incutficent nailing and continual ihr circumfi.tscrs of JLe cvsr; the ,i lovtru It' Li-id oS.tr. i t'e of wliich they J I d.-r. JLn M.f J.'HN& I 4 V5 -. fi4i-l.T| V',!dwni Aril 4'i5 900pTSOp
lo be cor.sidert-.l in .di : I. -41 a : i''p\r r.na.t--; rIta
points: C cas-e ar ;
t ThefC should had iicornn.c.i"3 tint, iud sod
in > :
uage. plank j : A 'Ar > uitervi.> Art 53
flM <'f aT.. the quiiity of the nu k. il.e v-FLORTDAJ p
All be like '1 he rr as-urtii Special 31a>ter' Sale. STARKE... ( T-" V. TCSfjAr .vt 1'it- lrLttr It (1a : o5p530p
Vt wcurely fastened at once, if a distance it must t tie LiuUil. ami the !.ib. rttetr SJ..13. rtCTirr.sy ; :: :fj 7; 4's i ir l.-f il.. e :

rain ,iould ary to pt.t i il into c .r.i5.'i:.>: In the tiia: h> cl.arce l" Ita p'tir.il! leader ud ., By .ru"" i..* .!<-cr-&-tcerv--! .-c it* 4ihi TU t.t.t.. t t'.5 .xr1)) tJa SlOp
: heaxy come and over ctse of" harn-vtrd manure* 4 IT ; .- K'-cc-itlr J M 5 i. JhI. ) p
fi li i.. l l5e in'ti .
f < ir < .c5- :u IaIr.3jr .
flow the>e bridge* .1 gieat j say tint sevin to ten i 'ii* ]pr aere is V Mi"f LOOK : 14 t j'Al.r. I. 1 14I
- many 1 >!sU5 tl. .:. sa te >'...uhv 1 k.vr.r.Allt ; FKr.-va j i <-a.thi: j-i urg in flh1TIV ,
plank uouM !be Io be ide a ligl.t. twelve: to ciglittx-u t-i> an ample, V :v.r Circ : Or. .' L4.f2 ': ui.tr. :n. ;:.. 4 '*Is kC .\rl 5 It.) p
>t, > making uIia J. : W... AtI )
<'r more''tis a heiix.' jtd tLiru I ir- I.i.ducv :!.t: ri. cr e- r c-; 5 : L.uW
iwcniy 5-
- it j C .:tJr&z .t i V..;rT J S.pz.an 4 --> t1t.r} Ga. t.-- :i.Ie Ar| I |.
very dangerou* to cross them. ] Inns A vtiy heavy spp! cuti<*ii. If pnpir1 \
1 weathered ,n-i mel! >wtd :gtl npp.icd; aid ail such chrmtr? wiH > ve .ccU srorfjn I p--.ai actt : *. x"*> ij r Bn-r* .t Arlt5yj ; ->|
pr
Senator Call and 'Governor Flemj] j till similarly larce quuniitu1 tar.n.'t *ej aj.o. tv c.j i ;..ra- a 'uhiartil
,.TIjve! If in wa I : C'-"J W Li-r- ; i i ovc.
mucks Zi-1 tfciy .rc : a' : r..Jv si&: t TKr.N M\\ i 10
j why *n\ <-t the iin bere, t xI _
-: '-.iii rii.---r -...ii .i.- VV-
crYwill
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lug ore having a new>paper controirersy I ccpt jvis-ibly ol and TO.t whiih c.ut..n a f an-.inc !sr.d ihe wr>l is the U>t p.nc* to ':rV"&i3iT :s Mir cr. LAI' 1- 0, thne on tbrr* good JTai'tit lands! improved imd uii.Lmproved. 5. :l'LT J..k- J 4

about stale lands. .Senator : Urge ptr Ct-L1. <.f s t-*.. mi j .1 iioii Slid n. ru: i i i' ''mat -.'". th-y iiliadt : .: :&. >i -.tr. J .ju :i.. nam 1 a p'jl iie SA) bodies I_ .:- ..' > 4 lii'K> jAT 1 'v> -V n Ar '>''p 65 4iSa*
thy .fT-rf. r \ e ;b-=- :.,,- .--: ir i t.- t uJer of t inibei-od lands A2DI
hn inur.Thr
eTects i imir t.> y..rJ m ; : r.4 I.-T i.i
I tr \rn| :Saj'l 25a
Call cidently to make his CuIII.41: : 1114 thtir -; : fr ciJ12 'r -itf :i.- CojiHoi.- exptvts jqut-< tivtr. it't t.I I.e trs'ert.1 t .Iar M.iin Arlli' ta llOpmcp
iion. .
c cf >tarir :n t:." fiiJ touaiv of Brai .rdw.th yello r pine and
next fight fur the United St.ittsen1 fort-ach muck l-exl. a-d i-y each pibimelf. I Sr. Trcy! a day pa M.* now lastir.i:: r t-ii: hi. r -' ijlijf f tOcfinf Or-.cn e.vpi-cs mucUlan .. 1" p .\r *!. r-.vr.o l.xj yr a

his ." i 3.>s..tb. of colored f>tr ptr} : *? c.-t rtpoitc -< rri: -. tie -ciuatr-i :a -i.>i Lra.rori. COJETfVri ;- S foi ,*5n yaiN i-Ic-e and .5 \|, J'Sr'\r t4TS.r T. :yuT.-v.J-rr? I.T l.T S 7 7'li a SlOp 93pV
ate on position taken on the land j jque5tion. :a 10 wi' Ii* Nc <*"rTi ail rtlinr : t.t ucli
j "Put or muck shruld rrrtr lie appjoJ nioTirjAestwanl.. nd i: is t.isiitrO ibM Uk.:;: ,. ',r ; : Law' '. : S. 4 i\i '..tri.trrJu.etIoL64Oa_ 700p

Although Call stands up ]j to the soil iniinediate'y J :ttr being dug.j : btve gttr A( .tjiLjI3 ILt iI 3n.j tc.n. : j for in many c.t.e> Isnrmful re>u.t> wili d4.a. f Suet. im e 4. t.olv r..ciii'day..
for Florida on every occasion (ihe \ sii-otL sad w:!! fSk -j iicua.iBn 4 C. L. PEEK f r5J "
i foi'.ow. 'Most prsi's p. f.is a certain s ntc_ cj' rr w T Wt.s. atty-at-law and L _M >r".VN KERIVF' jtT M >

duty of c\i-ry -ittzen), he will nnd'.the 'tjermicSJe quahlyCJiii3i when Srt bhjcuj. during ;L' Lti; -:xui.fl ; ;; i = 3.1-='. sr.-ti.I t&sti.t -. -- '. T T .IVsJ T .' .-V f! Te Ar3 Vp f 30
would -:. :.' "- ;. C a bstrator of Titles. BT V < 1 S tn r l.k'v Art> ".p 55S't &
which : c likely :-> hin-ler ciIc =; &t..1k. ARKE. FLa.
few h Ji' .
vi ;
tight more bitter than ever when t. r. vr r iinc. -ei :; ,1 I'%: 5 1.tIO4.a II 1tt
.
I :rTtcat' ti r "1fCzmetativt h4'r .tL ?.
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he before :' : thz; : Zt V -
come
tin- people r. a'candidate ; !. r. t- t.1-.4.- thrJ .
t
for relection 'o tl.e Unitod it.u'e arnful rr -u't* wt-rjM n-it f. V.. w i I'U; the i'-rl La? D1 } tl Utv na
1 t'y afp\ng! tbe fre>!i'v l-j; p<.- t ye: nj -Me;: p I;* .- A".- ?- r ; I. A P<*>-. hhui & > >' ,' > > N. s x n

>tate< Senile. j w.i-.i'd; rj nM !';i. A. IVr. rr H'ST--: ',--er Cot : i'- 4.i4.t- Jiokine ArP.V> a ISSp
t1 .. .: Ea Wi.- .1 A j <- 'n ,
Our d .tricl i f.cJ lliit ritii nu.k i ("c--2---: -irr fli w to STTJSVIIJD INT.I 5'. fi Jv ,__ _
> no nearer ha\in: 3couiuy 5i> iai uperr Uereurr :- fre-33-tJiJv ir; ci.iu.r r*'d T a= : reri c _- .
tie fn-fh"y dJ -- -: E-r :. Ma-.ca tVunir. Fn-nia.; :, 4:1': pm T j rvr .r.* f r "*!I'. o Atlnnta.Is .
mmi .ioiier : 1 aict ix % lo-dav ttat : s.- : : her hu-fxinJ. who > ISTIM.III< VXD n55-i5 : *5n.4tl T. '55'\: > Na.
: "J'uik is of Tat 'r ( r. :iie >jl Wtij c*:< 1 1on I* sf-r tie-r i* 'S- :ttr ;bc crir- ? "Pd : : t; ( h ..ttv. Fit 1nIttts is t' .5 LvL :! is TrS a'.dv --. *ia the

two vel* ago. Tiir.e of our wi .e aCv.uTi c-I is per i f arnr..: and rvir.j > sii -ssr BEE r.iLx KJ Eii r3d5a : A.a .: ir.z&: i .. 4iiit;. 5' .rth, i3--n . : rn.':>'urf mid iri irr.prvirr ih- i-r I w Fc- E1 I PURE NOKTII CAROLINV( ) 1I\M M
brad
who think thi inatu-r can WMtleil LTrrT. t errr-a] JSTJI'ojLir. -n'.s. snia.. clitrt Xi '4 .t ..rtet&dhsta
I cer.triil Ji.sh: ..f t *c 5. wUub nnkt> i! 1 fn-ca iV5T .-. -T3. We : E.Ic. KLSJ betrz-: I. tittitt' &Lt 'e-t FIcirla tniitI

uitliotit an election, arr ia:>- e-rii-ciay:: : dspe' ou :Ll1tIfl4T AI'U'iiCs.. ft.r Wi.Itt .. trtis.. VsnJ-: Gr.:>rr ts i -_, "a- Vol.A V' Or>.ir<- -" 0 a m.'M .
t ken. A half dozen I nd on ct1'uI1 f the e>ir.i- of" ps u; f-f : r .:cvf ii.c ', ':!i. r.> ThortX -
or les of petitions ojfc} it contains --U.--; ro-i. ._j-.-.:.--J. ha 'nve ajpLit-Uo -V..-. .4.i4.-.t r*. %a2te.:: M. I..ui*. C"in-
A. F Fmi :; kr. .. .. V. 1, i> : '! Nvrtl. d West.
laid before the -Muck ( : 'T.4 ; ;- r r Ti-r 1:3 or : '*3 ht'ID.aiL rr e.j x .sr. 4.- ; p" rt a
Goxornor each *buld I* tic: wbi. ibe 1d is ) '
-raI2' r
: v as :Itn.
: : t'-i .iji -
: t e f-T LIj f.sa 13 IM\ w: Br df.>rj.li --
1< dry *s <..blr. and hn APPLE AND t. tx1 i 5 ni iji t a' I T'r sI: south
petition for it< upet-ial advocate i 1 p.is c-"nrh--t>: j t.S -r ;...-. :. tt the :*:- < f i.. d---i. for the f arpoeo PEA'IISd' KKANT Y. : -- '- I T-irt. tpopkS.t .
j i tnply; with lime, the s'ursa'- ,3\cr- ofI LL. :.toULf">u a'i.o.i tc- auJ partiwr..x
v- '
: '
k iz rry rouuth i.r>3 i.f"tui. -- : ta &nI fr r. u,* -;, r &t;:- a.rLiI7.
enough to confute e\en our rao t I much and lime >houM tie vtr iLa" l-oSD .. .. : Awl i'roprit .r- f te '. r. i Ct .\rr.ic :T'i'.
It.t-: ) I g : lirO 3 L. B a-Ljc bit rtrr. .r.: I 1-'S-- :.i.inii j .
excellent Governor } fur Jbe mi rr tL'irougb iTrci > f the 'line i- w : i V lO p TO I..Vv- rVtt.: Urfor V! polnu
Flerainir. Mts i : I.-r.r- z..tb *.ui t t.rwliETs. 11 .INI ) MAIE t.'OUNV '..
.r-i.e ,
l11jFy 4Ib tVali. U'.MK'- -
( oatLe muck cd ib l.i'irr lin- f. rniti i LTsr *"Jr-> qjirirr.ftbr oih- } aiktzi j i > >*Mrc Ta arM
will sign from r -iir-r tir--:. ._ s.t-rE.. t lt'.e MI '.\ T'n vi ;S". -OT: <-rUM.. Pex' -
anyone a petition. The caking lorvther. l.r wtirh c, -iiJ: is jwtip srv-n t'V.f 31 } otlrv I IIAI.t.i .
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i is Va ; W. ? h.r. & : Gs. vrrI _;'! v.f ra iwenrv- nr -v-oniainiiiir. on* i-ri at.4T.*'; va. An .Tt- a: 7 3.' ni.tf
true not only <:eJ up the ra K-k. t-ut :br"jlurcpswill .. : t> Amur.. ; Iv.-J R.t Kxjv-- -' $
way to get at the : '- -rrr k- VoS&z prit.-' fiiritLt-.i on <
peopledchoice Lk1T a-.u ,, in "
efrw- t.uri up JKthrj ? );' .1 <:CTS cLtiItyhJ- v4 c.fWt -I- E..t-IE. Tze1r.re At <'! 5't! ,J'it.T v: -;ra>ri i"i.: .f -.ii.WC
is by an election, which can ;j c* me ic contact wi7h. Hundred? .,' : L Hti e t rrK t dridfalh nio': arc : i) i. fj s.:. fv.n uiten :rdIO ehaerii.. i; :' ( orrepondenee ol IettI rtIrt ie : t- .-as'r Brur. < t. M.u," n.Urr* th3tt*
.ibmirtls of lime l. H ? ThI- bi.i f>aj= in LrEf czi.d O'dr f. -Ti.-J aS.J ...'W ClUi-r( A T ttrTci -__ _V.k V. *- .t. 5 ,. t n.rr.Et.: jt t a"i: ard V
beheld with hot little trouble and >vr trn w. rtL n :, tL.--ilhii; 'V .nh. .. I' :fc IO."at my -- -
wasted of late thi r't-' r Iiir'; ;_.rt-J :t '. da''
in
wr Bmdf'-rl S. ir ibr Tow :. vf >Lirie icrt bounty <-t ITOTIcEi I' T t1'i ar Fir'S
no COSt ('iutty. If muck is cm! : i ub rc.r.-: <- ;barh: i* cvuii tcu'vircvn.2.rr.ir3 Brar ri. J o cj i 23 trij .or 1- '. .rercer 3 1 f # i i th t .. 'S' 5',5'r- I '-"--. w-h M.-i. ry y.zvri

ure, ibm the layerof Le iuiitr Intt '-. B 3. B.ru :. ; -.r..... t.t ; ..iisr.U Au.1).n tr I of t.rivt -. .., % '5. \-i. .z't 4
V a: t: .'-ci .;; .:r 7r: FK. a ri'Icrup3r li2 v r.a' A. O. aDe'mehI,
In the appointment of .%lr. IX L. thick, to create a 'ir"rjuterir.ei .
*j. Irztr.i ,. ,
if wt :
the n-.k cure "Srr fi j.-v" ir lu.n.s 41IV 1r a; peas: tt LIT S V. X4te?
Alvarez heriff the up i-t. cvtj cr ..or 1'r.t Orr.
a t-cbool board &rtp-'s S.
: w- $ I .! Pe.nn
U maLi LtI tiivr : );H.U' -ii :* V
th xtuk .
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IOM'c member. It will bs.Tt) the I- r WItT- % ; i>J r : of C one) be nece.3X3' *- escaping uniia 'i.u. A> m-rk uaT2b : F .V ALPaca.i.. V Vt
1 : ctLSi ics much SiiB K B }..?: irv ,;e: i xJ f.KrCO .
tlxa nitrogen or iziroal-*, ico t tz.ie il M-A C UEITD. r.rty.Jot- b.t'I : 'I n'stc"J ;
: 3 new member be 5.
appointeJ ; ; ctab std pb.lj< nc jsiiou'td nl .1'ake .5 npn Tfl

to rill hi* place. Hampton is a - t_. p isSiflieI.

mile | and jv iii TLc lvs-1 w, ',; MINEFV Heriwa!. M. 1.. I.'t- 5. lcr1ty.S.m. ? I'

gnoMin.s place, fully alive u prt.t'bv tie tvtcx up< i it wib m'-e citi1.Le F i.i V 25frx ':3';. F', ol 5 _

the importance of gOvxi tchot>l hanwtt- > >. s.* : ..t.tkmvt s lr> c.'T.tua a.tf Saw Kills, Steam Engines 5, F'I : _' \ ; 4.4l"i
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"Hicft-lia p'tsiftM.1 eUt-j-t tltz v'toI J 4t 5 '. $ L S
been no member of the -v : WX 5. O.xatu
I I II which the ir.uA iijtlf furtii>Lt>. BJ; SHINGLE RIllS. HAY PRESSES lc.i..iit4' V.' i V. V
scbool board from this I is > A. % .
district for !jwfcat M meiinus -'d l.r Laniwuaibes ,-.! h% .
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'; i> nothing but wuM4itv: t-ui-c L--m! s -SIro'wI t : '.- '--. : S :"a
time and Uiki..n. .
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some tome our bt>: I3't FirItIastSaw 1I1I tr.--- '
j aLe miied wub iime to ia ktil i bile :hc :. S ty cvbTGI'.L .. .S V -
men rt-ide in the Hampton district j tong IIe wbetimj ia'te it. \Vb ttVrr irprriSenis .5- V 5_ :it.r V
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[ ait nieJ uh _%. B JFarqahmr to Ltd. York, P*. wtii". : :. 2 .: jLakr SI
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w ihe
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The TKLXGEAPH would like to fojgct ;- : r1 :. Ge'YIa. I I? : :. : E w V.
Loud! be .
tfcere t.n.i : it ac:> lrfeial'v %v I .s V.1 v;
to his rxcellency Go\crnor. the rauck iud :> U-kie? a ftrri.s.zrr iuca; I ; : :. :. .-__'_ .
[ rn'caIt-I l I'V IMC > ;. St. Andrews. Fla., Lot Owners : V K/IK'U.U : '
Fleming the np] omtintnt of Cart.B. ,,. .1..1.I
I TIe ttf teller 5l.e ( irt--v-M.! ht p is A rki-.i The MESNENGER.i* devoted to -.' '.5 I c : TT T. T 3. V i... 0 .' . ([ i .sIlN.:

llaynts to till the nue1'ired trrm .tv.-r:-ile rnorib< r-.i; :* "\ u.t iLsrtoii: :> 1 ..r 1fl&rc' V i: % M >: i
J ty tL:5:

ot Mr. Ahau-z. Capt. li\it i* |! are able: mixed Txilltntie ssd pa'riiuvl.ftKilJZit iLe I'm naort irwattr va'.u- taxt-i, si.d if. .> :ruji about climatiul. -. -ANLJEWELER- Notice.* \u 1'Ij-( :. -S., '..-. -- _S S. .S_. S

wtll Vnon-n in the county ard a'I upon the C CTJV > : Lc..p j tn c.xm > !uy.e ., kvaiion. ttc. Thf raiiroi.l is atiJrWni S.I we k< F.after MaJr-i-rs daieT ,will iu.V spr-iv Ji'-. lif i H n w.""s' F S--k* ;-r J || tjxy, !t, r r '-:3: i .-
: --t Ufjrvl pr =:* JU t untx
general favorilr. having served s.ev 1 ingTYdieuts into lump* that cinni-i bq cpecttmttd c.'rIing.: ihv tt'tflur to b>vtn. TAFE. FLt. C\ untT. friitof F ;j. :" r t tJIr.tf .. Kr I. r :&: r r TJ ts..f, *- !-t! .-f a Str1t.! KlaN"

by mere ccruc: wb the ii rirer. Send f. T a A.ldn-ys \\dmir.Krau-- os its r>:ai i-f Tbc..i 5-11. -. :-> '. s-j iin >a tho f,;.*s<- txj i,, u :w Ui, 1'h
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'SHIPYOUR- 1 BEDFORD Lrella; China trees for sale at SuulI.lde .. I II II -J
: COUNTY [ SIIIigbii1 I FRANK FOSTER CAPTURED.The I I II
t from lOc I I at to 50c apiet e. ; waim.: '

=---= : -= i People tre clearing! uj hu.l for' in.otlii.rin Slayer of Sheriff Epperson Lodged I I OYA

FRUIT and VEGETABLES ; Starkc, Fla., Jan. i a hundred crates of straw i, } : '!- ci..|'. Thtrtwill' be quite i !lot ofcmton In Jail at the Capitol City. iI iI i

i heave Stal'ke'eJ'.\ day: by f pl.-uileil; in I lids. sictiim thi-i \,\ IU Fiiiuk Faster: the negro who murdered I I 'Rea''

I ILa 0- j i, well is oilier crops. :1 Illl"rilTpper>on at Lake Butler l 111..1 w(..k'i I I I II

Local i 1 i We are 'u.l.i-,1 >unto hear of Slu-rlfl I I II
TO beauty of Madison street \i:4 .'' tpperson's death.V' I Iris lJt''n captured and ;placed in tin- I.t-oti II
dn hll'c' Hi.-
Oysters at : (.: I '.) by a lot I of old lumber piled, i will lie (lauirLt. :h lie dYvivehui"muiilmr -- County jill. t'. nwrtittii.-il M theiit-tt term I I

,ditch. i in.. wiihoiit a jury.We I of court whjch, ss ill COII""IIin tl-is C.>uny J

The: hir: : i-st tock of I un.iiTSlHiid tlmt Mr. M. J. Urinsmi i m April nekt. The citizens of Lne But !I It

BARBER r mm & Co : fork, 11lllo"o'l'I: I II you. can't keep your sidewalk I is going to mo\e his -imilv t 1', our sutlement Icr and vicnuty)Imveilnne their duty in ihe II II I! THIS
take it and it "
I brought to Stark: at I up get out I ) t on his 40 tCrr, tract. Het i il< lerniint'l : capture of Foster, nial much credit is due II I 1 1I .
way. t t.j hnxv txvnsrox'cs.tinie! 011IC! I
A fine stock, of ( : I
< i -and hills the horitr Betln-a of Columbia' and hone who I
unil oi.in flatlIo.h II
ers \Yalu-r Wilk 1 I lucky ticket I lOlo ha: not \\I.IC i his assist UIParllt.s! had searched I I II
CHICAGO. -- Last t SIII.dOlIlart.! t w-i: < :a tire at f D. L. I
I 30() {--tiifs-- f I ] for I the music box at Truby! Phi i pc Tl-c n-uch irruss; which hid not 1 the eiui.try for miles around Lake Butler I I

II I ( '('lItrh': loratfl. ; 1r1l1"Z & Co. licen liurned for six xeus: causrht; flu e and for st-viral days after the murder but in t i iI Closing Out

..JIIIIl'Iarkl.' Fl 1i. I old mall I U L. cd 1.-01 Itisiiiy I for help I If their Foster !
to
| Conrtland. pile xigilmce eaciiped I
platform spring
I Nine per.sons anix'ul i ;:l once and I fie' liiewas u
A lienutil'ul ; be for Lake: ''itv, where Ilc xvas; discoveird t bM. \ I POWDER .
lot oi'
; can; purchased cheap put out U-r; i- iin vtj| <)Us ilunnivewns

References any ( t)2fl tnerrhd Agency, good Hill cheap' : ), also ) ; Inquire at this office. i.ne.! .1 h.i |Philp|, !] : i 1I'IIit'I'.l1i,, |,is hearifclt : '! Y. :Smith and T. J. 1 IkkJe.) : ct thUCOMit : i SALE !

also Heibergcr & Kielmil}, Starke Fla. fU1'IIiturl' fur the } ( I (hanks; to these vs ho lu-lped him.'l : ). and Sheriff Betliea and J. Z. Absolutely Puro
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Times-Union Trade: edition i is should lie veiy c.tu-fiil wi'h! tire. I
Powell M. D. i I i It contains columns the U i'Ci-8.:: of Cob urntiia countx These III Tags: p-'v.e-: H''rrl'o. A ,11"1.1.of J.tt: '.
Tate ,160( Grt-Ht inteiest i, i luken ill our Sur.d.iysch'.i .
panics r.'ulltl"ut that Pursier x\as hiding II reei th in t i tr.r"'I"'J.1altUln
.ilk.I.
Georgia itisi-pr.Kif 1 trade editioirexer issued. ,I.i Let i all I do tlu-ir 1 lu-,1 I to help I >ii.or .',1 \ kin.Ii.; uii'tti nut In-. -ol-:. Our Popular and
PltYSICLA n SURGEON near Lake City. but cmihl not tell ju:l I\fiih! the i-iultitu! l Tniby) Si(' ) I The rails for (he mw nwd are ut 1 1I"t: i iap-titiyii ,!
II. S. Walker will build ''wher:011 thrt % fc'it.: ">r I.h'hrh" 1".1.1. Sold
a res by bribes who were KUII
I: The best line ot ] laid! along( lieie. and no-.v look out fin-, negroes I anlv! ia cam R"T\t.\U:. I'OWDUU l1.lG Wide Awake Dry
S'I AItKE, FLORIDA. I upon his lots on Walnut str., I.m.i 11 l'>s.Goud i asMbtiuij Forster to escape xverc induced tiret.> New Yo:U.
hho rubbers, I .i :
( ci C.,
-- -- ( as the lumber can be gotten luck the T i to betray him to the authorities. Moaey
l< I.EIU'II! I n. Goods Merchant is
this market at .1 (H .\ : Count ton mt i Ioner Cri
DR. G. F. CEr TER 4 12 16. fur the purpose was readily adx'anced by ,nnau-i'auueI. met in cx'r <,. I
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A dock of clot __,___ __ __ Ooii'tty '
new
of the h ilessrs J. E. Young. W. J. Edward and ion Tut-sdux i i I y. I Ihl 2nh i'hr. ItIOI'lod" i< henceforth goingto
OmCf and siJl"nce 43 Julia Sir., Jacksonville. \ Shans; the nexv'pastor A .Tlanimotli.Strati berry. m.rl f lluh ir-
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eti.t ci.r:
Edge & I'orter. to for the capture ofForster. I 11.hr -i'
Florida. 1 ( church, has'arrived with The Next river rtniniiy Im' pr.tvrn it- pay of l 1
for I nppnuinjr r"1,1
Will be in Staike, at Ga.kins' DrugStore Imported. ) brandy and is located in Sharpe clf the boss otrawl-crrx; ) eciinii (if the Tint) the lIt'groc.l'cr()r11l 11! well i!: 11.)fl I D, I I. .1'IUIl"I'\ ,lwlI| uf HI."lf"It Slaughter pricesin

Lill.1oll.Otl'rj_ their duties is evident by the fact that i:. .
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-- '. county. Mr I K. S. H"lItlt'nt{ to ouranetutr. t .in'\ -"I.I .
each \\VdneMlay until 3 p. m., :It .M f each; tluv' readily I turned him over to hl'rilII I Sniiir; a'i.l' DII I:, Knu-h! : n I I., Alvarezpnjseiited '
> this VH- k Ih.'I."g T!trt\berry .
till further notice. commissioners held a call I [ 1 his : J t. :t-i-till "f'Ins.idiiu'inty '
jan'24 Fine butter and 1 1I Bethea.xvho. locked him up in C'olumbinVj I I'PHt :
Tuesday, the object of of the bt8SI"in. II [1' 1II"W i v.iiiely and the with J. H.III.z.. \V \\ >''PPlunl
I I on !
J. G. ALVAREZ parlor, grocery, kept was to approve the bond of berrus grow so high that; they are kept I j JliI. Had not threats been made against I ( 'inwr I. !*.'<': ;ai '.ilrt'l i. -, B"i.d ap- WOOLEN
i Forster's life he hud been relumed tj o Lhuh liuslnesi -
p.tato's-ol1i.-. ) Alvarez. clean xviiliout j I mt1kilill The :ailvenl! of pron'.1 by Inuril. The bejug'iS
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the barrel I County Kt once ''nit the Governor thought er f.u'which b.mitj vii: > ciilN-d. bmrdadiouraed.
etr. by : at ;
DEALER IN EVERYTHING ihe l'cW railroad lliiotiii! thi-j Si.Ction of I'' W. T.Vt.tK*.
block Walter Wills has purchased il best to order him to Tallahassee, and DRESS
Ne\v of dress
the county "111!) hi 1 iug 1 out many heretofore Clerk. I
'. N. J. Jones another lot on our people must abide the slow process of

.A.N"D I S i street upon whk-h he \\ ill undiscox'cied---rrstuneea.- --- ---- law. Oui citizens are grateful to all who Eupepsy.This GOODS. [I IGrit
Just rcccheAl l, a tiz! house at once. EIII.c'olal Sf'r\'lce.. i is it you OMKMI to 'lm\ *'. in faet .
COTTON BUYER. a dxvelling assisted in the arrest and at the meetingof wi
nolIha.s., Rev. W. S biiiipson-AHiioie.! rcr-tor of you inus have: it to fully eulpy life.
the of county commissioners next Monday 'uuls ehin.. for it daily and .
new railing to counter I Tbous aro seai
Truby, the
couffSTAIKE Episcopal: lunch at Gainesville, Fla.. action will probably be taken whereby all uio iniin.r l tt't'iti-0': hv tind it not. N. L-
THE BRADFORD BANK, Alvarez: & Liddon : bank i is a great improvement will kit Starki-<(] Flllla i ). Feb! Tth. to Tli.i"in.s| iij 'ii 1 th''iis ii.H| of dollar. J. JONESis :
the interior of the build n.oney udv:nccd, will prybauly: be re- : '. I iu I the
LI\ I r
wine *
FLORIDA.Does t'r.for i *. remain sevcrwl d.irs.; He will hold services an spoil i in- y 1'0110
more like a bank than ever. funded. h,'::<,' ih I lli.-v in:ty attain ) KI.I.t .
Finest hosiery in) : while here mid will j bt gl.id to sit: \.a-t it IIMV In,1 W'o i !! guarantee

a General Hanking l usine> s.Fxehanmo the lowest pi) ires :at .J (i W. II. Rivers has purchased) all who are interested in oiganuini; tin Tariff on Urnje.s. I t tint !EI'!' ( 11 I.- I tiLtt-r-.. i if ta'.otl. :,"'orll I

lioiiM| siii'l) sold fill 1t1l1'rillC'il",1 | You l- ;" dale 750() bales of cotton) this Episcopal mi!si"u in this city. He will J. C. McKibbcn. Piesident of (the Florida -I f> dir.t-i:I 'm. a.i'l Hi1 up,,'rs'i-tt.1 ..1, closing out h
cilies uf tho Uuiled States amiEurope. can alxvajs: 1 I \''U good ant oust
,1ilcoIh
Ora'ige Groxvirs Union i the irlug ,
ter and 1 cheese at I (G : and expects to make it 1,000 make hid: iKMiltjutiteis at the residence ,.t gix'es I I wil d<,iion I lvspi>|>sia and i install: I i instead .

: : befoie the season i is over. J. L. FiaZee. following( Jnforrualiou; to the New Y/urk I| Kupepsv. T7o I t1" '1111"1.1 I K eel rit' BitI his stock '.
Collections Promptly Attended To. Yon can; net -il \ Times Ior"l ,. usl 1 I di.t.oo" of the big
--- ---------- : I I 'r" 1 11 vsp : : :1, al
at Trnby I Sti'mbnrir; ; : i J. \. I Hodges i< tilting 'up' his Our No\v Sheriff The district of Florida i in scat i liver.' stntii.u-Ti: :.nul kidneys. Sold .at oiicI

VOL'U BUMMiSS SOLICITED A car hrid of : bni'ding! preparatory: to mov Lute last 'II I unl".y evening M I r. D. I. orange ,I arid ?l |pt'r bolile: l hy ilrtiz-t'. 4
tl'rcllonr counties. Of
twenty-one the-'e --- -- I
J. M. SE1DLE) I'ui. than ever at .1 G \: ., :Mr .. I D. Miner, the je'.xel- Alvaiez received a telegram fi'om' O-IVLM. the five great producing counties are. The lidUor'n Appeal. of WOOLENDress .

:> W. HACKETT" Ca.'r., Children'soi len) is hunting :1 location. nor Fleming, nni.ouncing: that he was ap- Lake, Maii'iii Orange. Putnam ntid Yol- An editor who hail; beeu pounding away

|'i'>inti-d( sheilif 1 1 of Undford: county.: On Hi his delinquent subscnU-rs for >ome
ROOMS. SlIjl1: at J G ':'' !. Josiah Lewis died at her HSI.I. The orange: producing territory extends Goodsregardless
BOARD OR TiK-sdiiy I the county cnmmissioin-rs met ;lime, tivially brought them lo their sense
Cedar}: Key O\- t at Wateroak, )10111:1.th: ( from Clay county in the north to
W TEI5-\ few Uoanlcis on and : vil( his bond. the time this -
: ippr By I lof duty with the following poetical parody
day at Mcacham's.: nisi., and was 1 bin led al: S.uita Oscvoln tind P.ISCH counties iu the 80th Ii.
reasotuble terms, or willlt.t Iloomt, I leaches. 0111 i renders, he will I I I have reieiveilhl
ders. cemetery on Sunday. The bibl of all the Plot jilt IS : of
either t'uniiije l or ullflll1li-.hl'lJ.) ; commUsiun and be ready to perform oranges I "Lives of poor men oft remind UH hon-
Lallil'd lilted( (' from the known as the Indiin: river or inge, x\"iiich :
Call on or add rev : prisoners escaped the duties of his ()tIl't'. ts-t toil dof.'l >tand: a dunce; more we
low J (J A : i is almost holly in Brew-irl Its .I behind 1 biirger patches
MRS. F. B. JONES, \ery at : Saturday night. Jail break county. WI ILL \\t Ican' u" Cost

STAUKK [ St Stonewall l"kso of such common occurrence in Bu.\ .vour grucciics from uipcriority consists in its clean thin rind 11) our uants. On Ol p-mts attiC new !

'LA. Ducket and Old that it fails to excite Walter Wills.Mr. its juiciness and \its\ fl' vor. The nex I best and glossy! now are patches of different
county all be an-J send
l.iuThen let up doll ;
RIVERS & JOINERSiloes. ) l al ways on hand at I en I. R. S. Powell is the happv Orange is I the I II.i I I ifaX river orange whieh i!: your miti'. be il M' SIIIII, or xhenthesno ; I

:' I father not only of one bouncint grows largely in Yolusia county. lhiseiure \\ ad'wittier .strike in. We shull have To make room for my Spring
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,-DEALEIS IX--! S. J. Temple reports phos-
Pickled) pin p;nk an'.I 1 lands: in South Florida on a b.by: l I.ut of two( of them-the tiist i it I the best 1 of! I Ih-j Florid:i oranges l.ul all no pants: II1"t Stuck, I will ell every yard! of myOllCI3

at Truby' Slcniburi; :; : ) () and that a number of sales t twins born in Slarkefor many a Florida orangfs are superior to I thoie of I A scrap of paper Saves her Life. \\ DrclC Hood regardless ofCost.

hats A full stock of ( : been made near his} town of dav.. other countries, except t certain I Mexican It wo justin j ordinary. scrap lileSho of wrapping .
: which has no si iou'. bul x\hieh I paper but it :;an..llier xv blinds, just t received liming the pat week. Mr. C. T. Dorcmus! ripreserlingW. orange itet I tbo'it' S.t4)4 ol"'lou'lpti.m.loll'v' I II )'
o lo"'bhio..gall Trnby I .L' I H. Liscomb it grows, I in a I itmtoiy'I .so inaccessible; 'h.tl it I x\a incti rilie: and could: l Most[ 1 will ?
Turk and of (i'o. of New 'lurk.'i !phsiim.ll positively not carryover
and :\fr .
l son, if time sheeiisliel! j I 11'
lGents' l- -- rarely ever limls its \va\ htl our iinrkcti. ;) "U:y ; ho.t ; S
The Iar l.t'oUK- t York state, have arrived for 1 ; a hustler. Already, he is I the most ill II". t.l a |.i.ieof' Wl Plilj p.i- any Dress Gds to another .
Goods. muck forks ill towil11.1 receives ll:1 .,t 'i '' I l
Furnishing etc., in Sturke. Thean' popular man ( i i"k' r. Kil;
I
iuiI er I In older to ;i\l you an ilea i,! of the orange '.tl!r"i,1 a hauipln: bnttl; it hielp.iJ! 8t"aHOIJ.
at ; I the lion',11ln': of hen ies for New "r% al.IICt
lII n liy i i give yoiisoniest.iMsiiH I her. <
'York1 1 His 1
GOODS&NOTIONS. house has the best of wi
DRY Oysters, fresh o\st. tL1'S : I i : There are in the, state her more, l""uiit;! llothl'rld grEtv b"ttcr Silk Press Goods, Silk Velvet
\ references.In fist continual: iln usn th'I i'now JI
received a Urge stork of S. J. Temple reports)( the Mel- about 1.UOO!) growers. 1 1 he acicage i- i stroubo, it: !h"'. rosy pinnip! va'itIiiiit; and I'lunlies at Cost.

t.1 the Having 1'1111\"c l jiooiK just we are prcpiteil tn sup- Tlic flllluAI: ) rl: and Green Cove railroad com the tiist. column of tht page I 100.000.( am1. I th.- ea.itih: I itivested i is: about Ho, I UIH I,: For fuller ;pariiv-iilars sen-l .stamp ._
1.1't Alxarez t will I bo found tV.. I II. I '0:1': Drueaist, Fort Smith.1'ii.tl .
ply your wants. Give us I i call; and in- and ready for business. I Hr :announcement! f70,000.Ot'O.) ) Thrtv: S.MIM.HS n-o there I iit'lhiwonderful Diseoyery I mean buainess. First roinei,

1i1'ellur irnotlb before luiyinj e-t'' litre.UIYEHS Seed potatoes: (' l'al a trill over it-, entire length last from Kaibtr I Maitin: i & (.o., of Chicago \\'IC piodueed" l jO.OOO Ixixe"; 1 b".t: stas.n at driijii-.ts.l>ottls 4 first '1''l'J. J ll

& JOINER( : \ in company: with others. the Ill known commisMunhoiisf. about! 2.50D.COO() li'"xes. We i'.siit>iate; t that Teat-lien h
: to
oIIt
I Tiny i rtfvr I to COlIIlHl'I' 'ial =
aug23 8TAKKE. FLA. KiMproof oats: at the: crop of 1 '9)) bu over 4.i0O.Ot)0ii ) [ Brudfoul j
:
t 1 1i'ul lower the town tax until the agents: and t to Heiberger & Richaulof : wit The while: : Tl'ul'ht'r'o county THIS SALE WILL LAST'

Perge I in good condition, until I'o. From tliii wiIIt I I Sl'l1 li.'lt the I uiimtrj( lo meet me al (Or-tngc ColIrgi J'zk
are this city.Staike i 11' until all my Worsted Dresa Goods
COMMERCIAL HOTEL, A nI't( ck of IIIl l ; h.is a lire protection, until nr.iniie; industry; of Fl.-nda! has teadily ly in I.kl'. 01 '!Monday)the third dny j

er tllall'l'r at J (J Iaina.e! system is complete, un may \\"l.ll he proud of hel ii.creasfd imd is still iun -
IIT.IRKE 11LOIUD.OPl'O .\. : Iloehle .straw bei ry industry. She shipped i I '' [ .-. has had marked effect the I
: I IInry I I town, is cleaned, up. a ou tof t the I inet-1ng: : will then be explained

ITE DKl'OT. mule for hale. the first berries of the season and so .: )1'iflZt. I Hade I of tin&Unite.l St ItCI and its .I Ilx'cry teacher i is expccttd to b! Groceries.t t I

-FIRST-CLASS ACCOMODATIONS- The) Miles: ul ".- I .>-e and i is three not a 'at'antfore brick stores ii. far iris hipped, :about 2.;iH0!() llllirtItrilJHinr :, iiilliience, in S|.Ioi.: : i i. the stu'o'.y: decreaseDf \ :leient. I. I. IliLlStipt. ..
new '
: our people i''turns of about. r.uues brought to our nmrkcIn -i .
$2.00 Per Dai. are enoinions. No Theie is : : fUleig1 I (f S( hn..ls.The t- !
the second 1 i.tncl to a be built. luidly $;I 0,0(10.( One (ltV OS! crates; were Ibb: i7 u tare x\eitt impoitt-il I 1 ( O.OtO.( --------- MY STOCK OF GKOCKRHfSTconsisting .-__. .. '4 :
; l .
and several l
in Starke JCcromtrirntl
house .
: ami Clergy )0
L the I this months 1
on platform t two
sale by I lt.ilerger & : I Ilxei! ) and l lIsT.Oi'O) ea'I'- nf fll'i 1 oriinres of the best be hadin ". .
EPECIAL RATES MADE TO WHl'.KLY OU )' are soon to be built. ahead of the Malan.i is ii'.iliiii-C: innrithan t I blood very to j'
MONTHLY HOARDERS. A car ha.ll'Il.h-: of l regular: sc.uon.U. ; !) ; in 1 IbbS, 1.13000') i boxes. ali I lot.1)00 .- i pisnn Mill s' 1.1 it" atiatkt. nn- f -It sonicI the market at Is cornfl

HOTEL THOROUGHLY REXOVATF.D AKU hay just iiut.l G .\ Jesup murderer, 1 Hob; lb ewer, 1;. G. Dellart, our well-known ) cases; in ISo'J.. 1 1.IU.OOt I and 1 180.000iafies. thitig I t musi be Ilk'.1 to coinp'etely' .rrM.I-. any price,

RUN IN FIRST-CLASS QHDElt.J. -- i )'" to he in Hradford or l"t-al commission nun, has been doing I i 'I'he} ':.Mirs! in i cases; ale largtlvimpoited I I n.iiithe; poison' fr 'm tl"rI' Dr. plete, bought strictly for CASH, J

.J'eXh instpioof counties. heavy rewardS a tine business in buying and i from Valencia and( these have I \Imnn ,\ <' C-ili-aXn in-'dicine Tonic in existence.and i is the. and for sale at rock bottom pnc,.. / .f
J. KLEINSCHMIOT Truby, most IUrientlloOI
the man who will de- shipping fruit t to his oM I and reliable illnaeII.; but the boxes, have Increased.I I all ., the vital fluid readily '
the lJl't'f\ ii"nl'n I Corn. Oatn: llav. Uran Flour. 1
DcclS Propr ltor. Buy him to the authorities I commission houses tht se.ihon. I He 'I I Inlatter- ., arc" .nil(JIM nil' .fturn... .,t.,t. '.-.I'UUliies "lIce iml> intlucnre .%. minister y li

---- ., nt't t tenee around the county has returns from 2.>c t,) t I.-i0 pel- ou the Mediterranean: : sea: where or-I from Naihviile. Tenn. : "Glnll1 -I ?, Mi-al and Meats, always! on / .)
Rose hi rid I m-c-l soniifi>iiic :as an appetizer. the load and I
Choice Earl) complete: and( a great improxe- quart for bVnie.s-:\'l'rag'wgt U cts. ange growing id giving VI) to Il'mol and also to my s\-iem :agdn-t mnl- hand by car defy

LIVERY SALE Hebron seed potatoes. This fence will not 1 pies l'nt (lie repiesentH I the following \\ cli- "rowing. lemon sprigs being grafted on I al\IUlfUcnl fIHlif't. I tour iitxin: :t lri 'd I it 1113'- competition. .

_' il from making their l'S- known houses: F. A. Thomas, Chicago oiatige: I r.t !.! ;1
Buy l your cigars l but will prevent coinmui.ica- ; Lovell I HI WI. fc ('ii., Huston; have tried it. in xvhop: I can H'I)'. I know Come ami nee me-my prices will
-nnd- of hi s'.t good :as I\Vestinnte'Mii' rCnlisaj
r
fbi it
acco and groceries at xvith the outside by pi isoners. Pancoast; & (Vittitlis: Philadelphia; The orange industry in J'Joritl h con- :i TolC. 19etsexpress: me three (10 the talking. -

AI\' ; W. II. Liscomb, New York; Wright growing. is i the hollies I lo the :nddrc' and L1- .
four
the I btiintly ;ntlllr : :en'ave or aho\
FEED] STABLE R A. Hopper, Kentucky
& liallimoie- Davidson & I
Loney urerely.Vili.tiii
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Shots! Si
Shoes, shoe-; is series ; inen ;isin. but' (eountliM tries are now wblige, your: It'orvIrickh
: l'list, who holding a (' Cincinnati A. I P. I ". l'.t r E'1ih't ,
Lomax Kansas
CALL STREET. STARK FJ.A. of new styles at'frulIY o : ; maturing their fn cnpacitv.It \ < '
Christian church '
S in the { C.Voltcr Newaik.Uel pr'incn church. Buy I)\Vestiurt'lstutFm C'alisi -
: City A GREAT .
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F. EDWAIIDS, Jr., Prop. ttill -up a subscription) fo" the is a fact IIt generally known" that it >a Tunic al Rivers & ..Toiiur.TIII .

New spring t-tyles.) ( of that church. The ford's for requires from 10 t.) I: yearfor 'l orange -
SADDLE HOUSES nd CAKRI VGESalwajs : Magazine February I : (GREAT MLLIK BI.Y.Nellie. .

ready for nt,c. Iluulin ii specially. Truby, St ) is going on now. contains part second of Jeff I Davis':1.ltich I tee to develop. A t.rr.ve does not :
in theFAMILY
in ILMH lime I than story BARGAIN I !
attain I "" I thai, Hontt"rful
Give me a ca11!! ln-fure )'ou contract. New btraxv hats; at porfec-ti"ii : :
Thurston
A. ''I. Tullii, of on the southern war prisons; the land to the not.wihtLtllr 'rir' P.\PI- i! the talk of the ,
We Strive toPleace.Xs Truby p'ultor9 contrary
there
where
the usual smile of a father ot t div.: In town are no newsticiders -
-- a complete novel is printed in It i is that
-- ----- --- Cl'lar'r every : true an orange the FAMf.Y STOny PAPKK will be
If his smi-e is a shade
I' :\ll':1C1'W' ms in girl. number besides) able articles from tree will bear I few oranges within .ftw Hciittonnv addrej' four monthfor one r
bat other mile
I : than on '
any after but a tree has to benr dollar, containing Nellie Bly (jcrot II.ry.
. f"t r-I I IJ I'aVties: wishing ( it i is because the n*nv girl the pens of our greatest statesmen years plnnting, '\I.ln''' I IIs

/ : will |JeasMrder at 4 12 1'011 nll on current topics., lielford Company not only 1 few. but ;a great many orange IL HO': PUBLISHING! HOUSE.; N.J J JONES

,.v o 1r.'N.pq. i1\---all to make the industry' pay: !4 an-l l Vsuili-wuter! Sfert,
Job printing publisher.Nexv York. Only U --- -- --
\ ", f, J, Powell has purchased I NKW YOKK. N. Y
__ < 0/'YV .r / uflicJ :lr! ; r I !r 'IH' will be 'VeJc'rfl'd, i I -- for sale his beautifulORANGE .
< < 'I \ "1 N. J. Jones his .cottage au d} 25 cents :A 1\llInt".t'. now ofjrrirg
"' ." Q' ,",. I I'Ii Come ana let us llr valu- __h _,_____ I The proposition II" send the( lil.-ick* uf i iAmerieito .: Notice.
This is
Lane
% Lovers
.' < / ;, co" I beforeou order( a YonII al.xays! : tind,! fresh groceries th; Free: Slate of CV)ngo' niiels I I. The Tax A->"e3'0 and ,(V.leclnr give
: -f" and will each be nl tinf
<;v y piece of property a good .hoiiie, I hit they ; -
.''V v. ,, .e".:-cl6.. Seed potatoes I l7v. t lull for a straw berry patch ai.d : at Trnltlerl1bllr I i I I & Co. with the Ii eattS'_ npprov.il; 1 of I the German: j jaiilhoiities I i I 11\, I in:: places; lo assess I uxton: property
$ -- -----
/* ci J.Vj.y i' \ I and people. Kimj i Leopold. !i I !lair 1V9'1' nud c..llecl state: nml' CI'Unltax"
fr >j i
< chard. Furniture cheaper' than l'n'rt .
V .J ) .. ,.. o and--ZC) president of the Iniernalion il ACrCU A? i i fur 1 l'! ':: GROVE
0..0 'IJTJ Come Trl1hterulmrl'! ct Co. : ]
( J W 0 .. is said that Mr. John W. Mo- h I Pruvideiicp., Thursdav. Fl.lr13;
/ ' millinery. I .
I'al.MFiiliy.i
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'Y'I. ..,:0:0.. .. tlurVo.tla". city treasmeri ili\\ Items or IlItrr .t, hue of millions I tor the I i .
.. ,."" S A new- block of I gin'il :ulpn's.IIIr I [f.ak Buili, Saturday.!: On corner of MadNon and Walnut ". .
/ ... ,,0 ...tb.o 0"t' :fo" J have to follow suit to Walter A eorresponU-nt from lilnoniticld scftils i.f 1111'c:; trade! an.i.I the hI1hllt of I the I i P.ne lill Msurilay.'S 11alpl"l jftrret"
i is .
lesidence
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'to /" o 1f lt as hi* mother's I the LfCbburg ( ommercial the following Conan state. also favors the Stll'IC. Thelelitr. Tuesday.. : Thin grove IH in the heart
An entirely ne.x and thin 13Starke.
.. e Il"'''I' 4 ,' small for another- iiem: Mrs. Meeks pl.inied! lust Ocol! >erli : ltr harI'vil, give it a hearty ht'uI'do6tda) 0
J" received at J G Thlr".II\r.
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41: just and ) better, Johnny, to go to hou"e- I bushd1* of Ix.inp.; She has up In this I tnti.rsl'nwIIl The best mind! of Ilurope Law: ley. Friday. 'Jl of our city and presents beautiftal. S 1
butter
/4Wfl4 1 Finest at once. dale piokfl and shipped from I hem 2' 2 I will endorse the enterprise a the 8'ircet ukl'I'rnlca Salre.Thrt ppearance. tJ :

our article on muck. Our crates and.I is "OW picking. The crates and most practical mood of introducing V>cst Silvo in the world for Cut,,.

... ,if' y "4l"yt Seed rustproof l'iml'nt Station puts the same I bhippi-d have tiU'id $3 each making il I the i ideas: and methods of industry and I I'ruisp, :Sor8.. Ulcers. Salt Hheum,,, I : Also Jfit.

'..: .. ; c/'o. on goo 11 t muck_ as on barn-yard (tiS.i from an acre The land; I U now commerce and carrying the banner: of IVver Soros, Tottor Chapped Hand,,' .
4t w I Corn- niitt all Lrup-
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Pot'atOC'5eahbage .-*2 to *3 per ton. At that planled in i l'>mitm's. making I Iwo t 'P'PS!| in I c\'iizti.m: : and rhiisti'inity into I ihe I heait I I! tious"hihlai:111 positivt-U runs l'ili""il or no House and 4 Lotson

I : an acre of muck two feet thick sir months on I tin- tine: l.itul. Davis & of t the dalle continent I The little, f.oor [! pay required. It 'pmranteed: () to jjivepo'rfecl .

The holder of worth from $3,000 to *\,000- Mills 1 have I tlio tame IW10'.IIl I of land jUt) I anti {h'genlltl republic of Liln-iin.; .never s.I1 .\, ,) or nionev refunded.1'ricoJ5 ji
'I : ecnlper box. Tor "I. by of Walnut and Jackson
win l 'leiisccall! and it may be I ought: somewhat in beans IIIHll 1.ugitshi::: })iois: ami they* hI".1 i considered, in connection with I t I this; vast lrugghitss.! corner

THE f in Bradford ciuti'?, which i.er.ed $2.50:i I _ _ streeU. Also
that bo
IJox atTUGHY than co. shipped : per emigration C I'.pt to contrast: it with thitgreutt I
I I of
J8ES1m SEE
cratiJacksonville-. nol luuor.
those put up by I another column you will see I s.lvauitug.: !of the hlOac and pro- Following the roil of hOI( of ih* t LLI
have dime sivinrsliank
for n t to n ri-hsivt Free of Congo -FiondinnPr I tI
Subscribe Jones advertisement. 1ltl Law fchool. Mis Ami-Hi McCulky.pruicifnl.
D. M. FERRY & CO. N. J. new Icy
l li.us at ready. Il :
dollar I -or rat I 111'1'uc > une j I I hud Mi-s M. E Cone, :nssmlant.: I 30 Lots
1 a. '
Who are the LargestSeedsmea Onlv year. Jones is a rusher, a firm believer has j just l .d' i u 1"01 pllr1etil1llkr t llic new I risi! ' in the world.
D.M.FRKRY&CO'SBeautifully Examine our \'( and one of those who [banking l.iw I.f Fiorira! > ]: passed !hy> the la; >tl \\diild like to know in what mspeel : 9l( in their sindies oil, be perfect I IN N. J. JONES' ADDITION TOSTARKE.
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Illustrated, DcscriptiTCloriSgowillbe bles and safe before ) great rewards thereby. It lenislnlure.. .\ iimvi-nu'iil I (>f I this kind, li.is ('janul.erl.uifl'M Cough Uemr-dy Is l\t\1 I I in average depoitmeni I and puacluality.. Kumt.cr
been uiuler ('.)!l.ilc-raioii for s'mu lot i I than any oilier.Vf will tl.1 yon. Whenthis .
Tinby, advertise or fll) good a busi I of pupils in !scho-'I! 76 .
SEE MtlllAL to paIIIJtllhe! ( nrir-inizititin: ) of t the institution Heine 'y i is ukoll".1I'cp.l.: l ;issi nn i [ Loviha KlIi ht. I

mailed FREE to all ]fluggy! and cow i man as Mr. Jones would not I was ('oml'"lclll'ar1y! last wtfk The I' as old t hits iollrll.tN1. fll !eflie it hal:I hank? Boanell Al'Iei.Stella FU r.-nce McCnllcy. LOT ON CORNER MADISON .
it uiil
applicants and to last sea.onstomen. cus i is I bsl of ullictrs: I'i'isiili m.V becauio eu led i i" the !tystfin. '
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It is better than ever. ETery line, just received I I following J. F. CIUIIC1til etfei-t of llu cold! ami 1\1\1\I Boniull I Jrsi-ph Parish.: I I AND THOMPSON STRS., .
llt.
person nsine Garden,FlowerOr Truby, vo'umes' of BlIlw{' xvorks \ B. Cnrk'ul1'iecprl''ilh; greatly -, iu seventy, if not etrl"tWilh' -- (111:11:1."llIil'! Power1 I
Field SEEDSshouldsendforlt. Nichols: ireasiiMM. E. I Robinson; stc- cure the c"d! in two rl.iys time. ; ICatie: Hill.' Mi'.drt-d: I'wr where his torea. .burned in 1886.Residence .
D. .. FE"1RY & CO. An immense line the Witkovski in each, P. Oitlord. i
name rttarjV. \
MICH. and 'it, is the only reir.pily that: will d'.i Charlie HU.; Hal 1 : O. Smith.Mwjcic .
DETROIT N bud I es j just rcceixed one Byron's comp'etc works Tampa Journal : A gentleman showed this. It ai-iH in perfect hannony:\ wita. Louis Hill. Smiih.Vinctnl .

Truby. the na'me Mary Daniels, are n copy of I the claralion: ot i independence i nature and aids nature in reliev-iiiR tho I' Lizzi Smith.i! Ar' irui"hl.John., .. .

Strawberry crates F-in from Witkovski library to a certain city I offlcinl druggist ai.d I IUI, s. opening til. secretions lOt iiqu I-ion"fy- "mut"1 1'1"01'\1 Vilkinuoru.S and I 10 Lots
i ing 'he mucus : causim; ex pu ; Kn l'kerl'Ck
in coffee Katie \\iIl..ill".m, Guy r.
\\ ho were H
these books in his sever.i olhet parties; I
St'ornburg % has pos Irom the air ivllxof tho I lungs, and restoiinir -
at Truby, in Ybor 'ity n'cnlall.1( : utskttlI S4muuel l W iluiuigtn.: Lover Lane JT.
loom andhealthy S adjoining
*
sti'Mi on
will confei a favor by return- lh'< sen to a ;; ,
\V'E treat andtunr PRMATLY \"(' liaCe 1 lie ll' t Ihein I wlril it was-ot clllltse'hili:1L the condition., No other remedy in I rOItIiYSPEPSIi
or NU TA\. all CIIN'IS- Mrs. L. \\ tko\- / \
them at once to read- I
tlll'm.fter Adamn
from caiefully: : Bitter
hp.ulin reiuarkableproperties. nrovrn' Iron
ic IMSEASCS. lnroi: :>unu, and childu-n's i straw the nr'rkel t'lqe" p H these V e ; property.
and IeIGIc.'!. Cvs.S nI. ;:' Truby) :; ins it over the dru gil Ihmight it niiist le No o r will core cold as I. rbrsician.1 recommend It. t
IYA'it4)! of J4t.yV: < to' tlrkl' "a priiUsl, from the rs keep It. $1.00 ir bottle. Gennto I
.pN: .nt ( ,I ,1'1 tHU lino of clothing qiiioklv o.YCt1 and crossed rel lInes on wrarrper.
: ,; ; j I elegant: 1/ojs' jtgaiii-l the lyrani'icMl: oppression of I ihe- t ,.itl ittt'.i. 5a) (11" and one dollar ha trade-marlt'
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0 but ho was neither mca nor thankless. and an exclamation of surprise went I A TEXAS HORSE TRADE. ALLIGATOR AND MAN. Egp and Jerusalem Via the Azores, Gibraltar

frndforfl Comity 3if!; Irgrapli' Amos found that out in a way that surprised round. A sneering look rested upon the Naples and Koine.
Bam Johnilngr Meets a Man who was Not How a Hnjce Saurian Disabled and S May of act-
Phiadelphla\
him, and taught him t bo more faces of the other bidder as Green as be Seemed. i i cured Its Human Prejr. G. ; roweI a

Published Every Friday. charitable in his decisions. "Pass that bid and take up the next There is a colored man in Austin, An exciting story of an alligator's victory tour a ladied and gentlemen to visit the"
< One day, during the following spring lowest bid," said Doctor Bartram. He The ocean steamer "'Circassian,
Texas, by the name of Sam Johnsing. t over its human prey is gleaned Eat chartered to start with
word was left at the house that Silas was one of the directors and 4/ s, has been
STARKE."UJJlIDA.. was as He has some money which he has made from "Sierra Leone; or, the White Man's I party from New York February 19 A

-. Washburn wanted t see him. pompous as he was corpulent, and rather t trading horses, at which business he is (crave:" tn France, England and Sot
"He is in the same strait again," peremptory in his manner. But the Rtur trough 6th-tho second
saw "Ono Ston
Peterby of
One Judge t
Mr.
day men Lethbridge
THE LIGHT-HOUSE. an expert. my says 7th.
thought Amos. "He might vary the president had been impressed by Amos riving in New York not far from
Johnsing trading with an itinerant Ianbury, "rushed round from the backof will cost less than f500 In
main tour
High lifted on the eland cliff thing a little and get another pair" of Dorsey's face, voice and bearing. horse dealer. Having some curiosity to the island and cried out: 'Massa, n's its The cheapest form. Radiatory excursions t .

Its lantern fronts th* sea, legs than mine t do his bidding. "Excuse me, doctor," he quietly said know how Sam came outin, the trade, dug-out upset an' do man calling. for Ephesus. Constantinople Vienna, eta, : j
And s'-ndcth forth a fine, t-tralglit ray That was merely a mental protest, but I am not disposed to rule out the be for a reasonable Increase of ex .
Of dazzling light to meA however, and so he responded the bid in such a manner. I take be aske him: help. adct. '
flnnK-r lint of shimmering shine summons. It t summary "Dd you sell that fellow your horse? "I followed the men round the island, pen Rollo Floyd, the prince of Dragomen -
was a balmy evening, and it that ho is entitled I Byum
hearing.
AcrobS' nitfM'8It mimytery.: old t a "I did boss, for a facV"How apprehending and expecting to II I will have charge of the (tc "
Silas was seated outside of his cabin. notice that the bid has been made out nothing and Gaze & Son, of ,
is the path set for my: eyes lie Amos much did you get? See the ,( cano wadingashore tion; Mfssr the Europear '
in
and 4zONI
wllcome graciously, a remarkably clear and intelligent have been engaged to manage } f
To trHvd t.> the light placed a for him. He was more "Twenty dollars. or again inside of it. The man I Section. Rev. Dr. C. F.Th"mas. an experienced r. I
And warm their darkness In the blaze, manner. "Only twenty dollars! Why, you area wa? standing in about four feet of water director of foreign tours, will have .: -
neatly attired than usualconversed "
And be,JOHdl'glad and bright, freely 'He is minor, remarked tKs d>ctor, AnumberOf young
None other may cstt-h Ju..t that ray and seemed t have taken a new in a ton( which soeemod to aat, 'and fol That's a valuable horse. and mud, with paddle in hand, pushingand general have charge already en rllle. booked, as Mrs. ISIVJOYSBoth
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- Or'have the self same sight. lease of le. : that settles it." "Lemme tell "you somethin'" boss. striking at tho water, while the Thomas ladies ; have ben of a departmentfor the methOd and resuIt when

And jet, a hundred other eyes "How are you getting along at your : "Hut his surety may not bo," rejoined Dat boss is ]m( canoe floated slowly down with tho I Itide. them.This wi. Syrup of Figs is tahen; pleasant
t ttcnt mi that central blaze, lradf?'' he asked. the Judge Peterby happened to meet the The boy, still screaming, swam I will b by far the most for the money
of
p Kind president tho hard.hMast6 trader afterwards and said to before offered in this line. For further and( refreshing to the taste, and acts
'adl ,
its separate, nil In in;* path "Oh horse rapidly the far shore. (\el "
pretty fairly, Amos."Haven't twar P. O.
Dorsey, offer? "CIKCASSIAN,
rtp1t,1 ha\'l you security address
Kid
Its particulars the
line of guiding rays; mastered t him: ''But why let the canoe drift gently yet promptly on t-ey ,
Aud all inert in eoncord 8'C.tlly yet, eh? "I to be away Box 700, rhidtphiala
eyes propose own security, re
my "So paid dollars for that up1do down, when Liver and Bowels, cleanses the -
all these, differing"'Ii'S. "I don't think I ever will," replied plied Amos.The you twenty ho. can so easily system
Amos dcbatingly. horse?" wgain it?' I said more to myself A GOOD thin": for young speculators to effectually, dispels colds, headaches
}\voice( "haIl Bay: "The Light Is mine, doctor grinned, the president'sface "Yes, I paid twenty dollars to the than, the speaking remember i> tjat as a there is something and
"You that as I spoke, and fevers cures
AH other cyemire dim!" mean by I suppose, that fell, and titter went round n1n. crooked about a straizht tiplarper's hahitua
No hand the glory hold or hide there is always something t learn," old for most of those a present knew Amos darkey. I.s a pretty cheap horse. thero was a commotion in the water Bazar. constipation. Syrup of

Whieh dtreani4 to ocean's rim :las said, keenly studying his young and his father, and their impoverished "You "have been swindled. Tho horse and tho man, a powerful fellow, began Consumption..surely Cured. only remedy of its kind ever pro
None claim or Ht-ize one ray as Ills friend.i is lame. hitting out with all his
"It is the right of might at huge
looking the
way circumstances."I a duced to taste jnid
More than belongs to him. To THE EPITOK:-I'leaso inform your pleasing acceptable
"I know the horse is lame. but it don'tamount
at it. None dripping body, itself I
now
wise hut slowly raising
so they may still insist upon the contract being readers that I have a positive remedy for to the stomach, prompt in
O Light of Truth, which lightenctli all,. ]ern. Can you make estimates?" shal to me." Amos said with to any thing He limps because a few paces before' him 'By: heavens: the above ii.irr.ecl disease. H 5y its timely

And fdiineth IIl1ulrnad. "I am afraid not, sir. I have had a he has not been shol As -oon an alligutor; I as the monster use thousands of hopeless cases have beenpermanently its action and truly beneficial in its
What favored soul! souls shall no flushed face, his tone one that com l'ript. cured. 1 shall be to from the
or : glad effects
say 8l'id most
experience in that direction. as I take the shoes oif him he stood high out of the water, the prepared only
Nor wi ugly
")lIne Is the only road." has mandlr I am hero to answer two bottles of my remedy l TKEE to unvofyour
fa ther." atenton. not limp a particle. I wouldn't a head craned forward. ant the two front and agreeable ,
Each hath his own, to him made known, every have no one to ( readers who have consumption if they healthy substances
go my "
.A n.tnU lend up to God. "You wouldn't contract to build a bail, but I am ready to deposit with thohuard a hundred dollars for that hor-o. legs batlng with the doomed negro will send me their express and po office many excellent qualities commend -

-8uliUI Coolidge, In N. Independent large house?" I'nited States bonds the Hal an hour afterward Judge(Peter- 'My shot-lmag-quick'! and suit address. Uespcctfullv, T. A. SLOCUM, M. C., it to all and have made it
1S1 Pearl street. New
-U "Goodness, no!" cried Amos, with a amount of the contract." t by met Sam. injf the action to the wor. I tore roundto -- York the most popular remedy known.

A CARPENTER'S LUCK. stare. "I'd get swamped. Do you intend The announcement was a fresh sur- "Look hero, Sam: you were swindled, the rock where I left them, and Ir women were elected to cur Legislatures Syrup ol Figs is for sale in 50c

to build a large house('?" prise and a pleased twinkle came thepresident's after all. in that horse trade. The lame returned panting with the exertion, and]I there would be n ll'anit'of candldatts for and $1 bottles by all leading drug
t ness of the horse is caused by his notbeing Speaker.- :racy se
"No my boy. I I did I'd make myown earnestly hoping that I might ho in --
Helped to Fortune and Success by eyes. shod." Any reliable druggist who
estimates. old time. A Cure of Catarrhin gist
an contractor "How
Im soon can make that deposit prol'rly

"Mean Miserly Silas. and builder." ?" ho asked with you "I hl ain't properly !hol I had "Yes, there they were still, about the head,as well as of all bronchial, throat may not have it on hand will procure
look into
no or .
"Oh him shod dat on as to eighty and lung (disease, if taken in time, is effected it promptly for any one who
you are! exclaimed Amos nation of incredulity. way purpose ( yards off, tho man fighting for: by using Dr. Pierce's Golden :

"I am afraid that something has hap- pleased to hear him say that. "]ow soon?" asked Amos. "Here and make that boss trader horlio\o dat he dear life hitting out hard and strong at ical Discovery.or money paid for it wi Med.I I I wishes to try itDO not accept

f'nf'd to oMila4 Washburn,'' sai'm L "I've handled operations that involvedillions now. I said I was ready." was lame from dat cause hit do troof the massive saurian but a few feet from promptly returned.A any substitute.CALIFORNIA.

John Uortey he of of dollars and never made Ho am dat ho is lame, ure enough and he him. The blows p
as gazed out a strode forward and placed a parcel L f.1 harmlessly upon MOl pl*>a-iint physic FIG SYRUP CO.
roar window. 'There's been no bmoko grave blunder. I hear they intend to on the tahlo. The bonds were exam am gwinter stay lame. Ho neblx-r wi]I the thick head an body of tho brute nt-Tcr wilt hod "
bo wuff miflin. Ifeah! hah! How I fooled I while the 'h"lllerce'f:mal"Pelet SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
of large schoolhouseoer in the man endeavored to back
for
coming out the chimney two buId. ined. They were found t be genuine Iu jRtiTe LOUISVILLE *r. NEW YORk N.r. '
dat boss
trader.
further --
and ". away. -
< ay/; 'ilagp. worth $- O,000. for
IT
looks like a scnrme
The cabin toward which he was looking (' Mr. Washburn. I will probably "This is satisfactory," said the presi' The same evening Judge Peterby saw "Thero was not a foot between them any alderman! to tackmllg suggest that t\ie city

w as way off on the bluffs with throe cost $-;O,000." dent. the horse-trader at the railroad station. now, and it was impossible to fire, as: should move away give the railroads a

tnllos of barrens Inu'rpning their desolation I a\(thy ad\ortisod for bids* ?" 15ut," objected Dr. Bartram, "he is a Ho was just about to leave on the train I with anxious heart I dropped on on.. chance.-N. O. Picayune "MOHS;

.hidden ) three 1 "Yes," replied Amos. "The contract minor and irresponsible, and, under tho for Dallas. knee and tried in vain to take a- true \VE value: everything: S in this world by :

feet of tmow. Though the sun was shin- I to be .awarded in two weeks." law-" "That horse is really lame. Sam; hn! sight. I was impossible to do !las tho I comparison. Water and air ha\cnowlril.'c .

in?, it was a stinging cold day with Silas Washburn stared absently across; "Doctor," interrupted the president,,p got away with you, after all," said I man's body was constantly(o\ering tha I \alut and yet Jay Gould,if famishing in the ,

enough of wind t occasionally send I tho landscape and then suddenly said:: "intelligent as the boy seems to be, Peterby. of tho alligator in their strl so Ilired desert the,former would, J\'e think all his it wealth-tienp; f.a pintof ,i'JKES' 6TH FPS

the snow scurrying in every direction. "Amos. I want you to put in a bid." there is some one still more intelligent] "That all d"ppnr. on circumstance.. in time vain hope of frightening the health are the FtindAnl, of al'alues h'nce.1feani 1

"I expect to hear of his being found It was almost like exploding a torpedo buck of him. I'll stake my word that I think I 'an cure that horse: but if I I I beast away. your"system i is full of 1 IIaria01 bevery E CHILD .on ? '

dead some morning," said Mrs. Dorsey, at the Iwy's feet. al the eon.lton.wi bo sdUsfatoriyIwt don't I'm not out any thing" rp1I'lth( "But my shot were unheeded, for miserable: ; a few dos!of b.lknbcrnI -

from the rear of the room. **Amos "I-put in a-a-bid!" IHga"pfll "I'd I :Somebody ( boy to horse-dealer, skal after: they were soon absolutely entangled in I py. Itilote: one will a mako high you' wpl pay and I haP LESS NS LIFE R'
dolar
Bright go over and sec what is wron ." l
"n; eca. that is just what was in my hood." to have faith in him too. I have rospoct lar bill I gave him for the horse;,said I quick movement, the lingo alligator THE letters our wives don't care if wo do t ) '.

mind, replied her husband. hIm: "Let those laugh who win," rejoined I for his backer, whoever he may the horse-dealer- as he climbed into the threw il upon the wretched man.L."l.'iio keel in V'a our and pockets X's.-Detroit instead Free of Press.posting Bi/I"AfOTES. CH; : -ItnBRFIED "1

rather stiff this morning, and .5 old Silas. "111Hlp you" be. car.-Texas Si itngs. !? I said, but my men shook I ---- --_ ,i

so sturyand willing, that it's beat for Amos stared keenly at his companion, The contract was awarded to Amos; their heads. She was lying usolo.si on I AVu.L bo found nn excellent romodv for REGULATOR CD. AflJJiTAg'

t go. laek up a basket of things, as i to fathom what it all meant."Don't the building ga"1 entire satisfaction, MRS. GABBLER'S GOOD-BYE. au oozy bed of mud, and no amount of Tlu-us.inds sick headache.of ]letters Carter's from Little Liver who Tills.have / DYALL DAWC.fA .!&- 4

dear and do look at me in that ," and the profit to the young contractor: pulling would move her into people Noted Divine Says :
not forget t put in a box: jueer way Mow the .\A erase Woman from deep water used thcm prove this fact Try them.
of matches. I may be that he i out of, the old gentleman) sait, with a littlechuckle. was five thousand dollars, but the work the Mouse <>f her )',1"Jarh'il'.I. within at least an hour. So I continued.: -- --- -- .1 have been using;Tuff*1.lvCrIU..

matches.1 "I mean what I zy. I can'I was of far more value to him than that ).Irs. Cabbler; (rising to depart after a firing, and then rushed desperately into. THE man with Ole suit of clothes can Co for tlteneH Dyftpeptia.with. Weak nbifh Ntomaolt I baao long and

Silas help and I will. You have boon It brought him into prominence it tho water, with idea speak of moths without shuddering.-Scrantou ,
Washburn was sometimes called I you ; ('al on Mrs.: ,rearsomf--r'I) I re.il: ) an of wading Truth. been afflicted.

"The Hermit" and sometimes "Stingy clever to me and I want to cancel thligation. opened the way to fortune and prefer. ly] must go. now later toward the man. Hit it was useless. e-_ _
stayed
:ias" He was well advanced in life, ob I I wasn't profuse in my ment. Tho latter did not make him than- Ive Ero I had proceeded ton yards Corona from AM> Coi.t>3. Those who jye suffering '

had lived for thanks it was because that i isn't vain, the former increased his disposition tho mud and slush Coughs, Colds Sore Throat
five years in the cabinon my way Mrs. Wearvsom.-Oh. no you ha\'n't. wr up to etc.. should try BKOWN'S BRO utt's PillS

the bluff. Nobody knew his history, Jet the sprdlcaton. and bring tl'l to oblige and his ability to. help You come so'seldom a n.l'lclom my middle, and I could barely I TROCHES. Surd only in hurcs.IT l'lAL

or why lio had sought such a wild, secluded h(re. Il figure on t"'I with a fair others, just as he had been hplpP'l Nobody "So !( ? Why, I call hero f'tenorthan move my foot; so I returned to the shoro.' i is the lie -
abilities asset were, that
spot lie avoided society and: margin prolit. I may IM; the makingof over knew that tho "hermit, I place( ami-" I was too lato to do any thing, for make the successful assignor.-Albany

was chary of speech.) No relatives over you." "m an, mil.rly Silas," was the man who 1 "W'I alootlpr; Im alintyi delighted to ser slowlj but surely tli" alligator was gain I- press .1- ARE A SPECIAL BLESSING.

xisited him, and during those five yearsbe There was no mistaking the old fn'ttman's had befriended Amos Dorsoy, the poor you, anll"Oh ground; its ntI'1 and body were HALF'S Ifoncy- ----of---Horehound and Tar re J never hadMnytblngrtorioinesoinuch

had not been near the post-oflice. He earnestness. He rubbed, his carpenter boy. thank1 But I just must go now craning over the man's shoulder, while I lievos whoopmjrcousu.Pike's the good.best I medicine rercainniend in etlstanee.them to "all .

for together in a pi eased and "It all came of my trudging through ho tried to dig it off with hh Toothache Curcin 1 minute '.
occasionally disappeared a day or way a YOI'1 come to fcoe me r('{ won't useless: Drops Rev. } R. OSGOOU, Aew York.
two, but that only deepened the mystlrywhih g genial glow camu into his wrinkled the snow with food and matches," Amos: 'ou. dear?" :1111 weapon.. i TiE b-ildheadcd- --min---has one comfort. SOLD EVERYWHERE.

surrounded him. He wore very fa ce. often thlght.hAnd I fancied him "Yfs. indeed, and-" "Thero was :momentary struggle, a I No onn can Accuse him of being hair- Office 44 Murray St.,New York.

shabby clothes, and denie himself "But Il have to give security Amos mean ungratyful! Ah, one doesn't "W'l do now. an-1-oh, were you at sort of spr\ ading wriggle as though tho !. bralct-l mlaton !_tenublcan

numerous comforts. he said."Yes.. know people alw'ays-l'! II. Stauffer alligator putting still -
was supjxjsed concert last night? wao moro weight ARE unlike all other pills. No purging or
in Interior.
t lime money, his parsimony was: ." -- "Yes. anrl"Lolly -" into its body; a faint cry, a splash, and pain Act specially on tho li.er nnd bile.

looked uj-on as simply a miserly in- "And' I must have money to pay HIP HISTORY OF SHOES. little afTair wasn't it? How tho water threw around a few circular Carter's Little Liver Pills. pi a dose. WALES.UBBERS1:

stin<*t.Jly m en." 4 charmingly Mr. Tc'nnrson sanp." rings as they sank beneath its surface. --

the time the basket was stocked Yes. They will not work for noth- l'rlllh'C Foot-AVrargWa! Probably Mad "Oh. hlautiulJnl! I IkCo MissScree I Inain I I watched time water, with faint Kvow information thyself., run If you f vi ean'office.get-Time.THK the requisite ...

with provisions Amos was ready for the I Ijourm.y. i ng. I know minI never did." of YVoieu Heeds or Shins. 'cher, too hope of sl'ing the man rise once moro .u___ __ __ :

As his father had said he was ".\nd where am I to get the security Nobody knows who was the first shoe "(Hi, 1(did I miu-h. hit I to i unequal contest. Not a best cough medicine is Pi o's Cure

both sturdy and willing, the one and, the money?" a.kld10S.. m aker. There must have been a time must, iiii/nLgo now.rrrl (;Jood-hyo, r.alj. sign o vestige again appeared, and bo- for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 2oc.

indicated by. his strong, close-knit "When I said I'd help you, I meant when every body went barefooted, and "(:ool-hp." low the dark surface of tho silent tr'all - ----- .

frame, and tho other by the genial hat I would help you all the way the first shoes vetO probably made of lnt that I expect to see you rcr>t tho bruto lay sprawling al>ovo i; una biter THE difference bit is larke hctw'T.-X 0 a bitter'unc.bite and

expression which added a charm t hrough. Il furnish the security and woven reeds or skins. Tho original soon. hay /ctiin unti.bq was drowned." - -ria The best Robber BOOTS nnd Hnu ":,
to otherwise t he shoemaker doubtless -- the world are untied \VA I.ES UOO1 1 EA
an homely face. He money. sought comfort SMOKE: thebcstr-"Tansill> Punch. I
"Oh. : hut don't wait for Cigar. bllOE 0. When
yes you inn. CATAnnl. ___ you want rubbers
about Amos was almost dazed more than h cal
was seventeen years old' and at the style.
had yet t ion. propJsi- You have moro time than I, Vet! Know, Catarrl'nl Deafness Hay New THE people T'ho give tone society seldom WALES Goodyear '
almost mastered his father's trade, Thl('I who at times wandered over and-" Fever-A else.Helpless t ,
wllf'h was that of a carpenter. Just II "\s I said, it will bo the of moor or morass, at others over stony Home Trr"trpnt. gi"o any thing and d lon.it be tlevclvedby blyin other ruhht'uwlh
---- maldng "What! I have more till than you Sufferers are not generally aware that the wnrI"Goodyear"on them.tt3 that
.. _. __._ -- en Jotti father and son were out of I you, continued his ) \) mountains, invented a shoe that suited dear : these diseases are contagious, or that they br r enmp"nlei on inferior c.xirti totalch the
rushed)
My fairly to de.itli trade .
: tho Wales:
rd" Shoe Co. b9 tab-
work, building operations having lx'on 'ill bo a master builder, and that is along his purpose exactly. A sole of heavy all the time. 1m annlue to tho prcsoiue of Jving parasites 40 Days hohp.1 tha always making Goodyear good iroocH which e fact

suspended for the winter. In a little stride toward wealth anti preferment hides protected his feet from sharp i in the liainK mcaibrnnn nose and n".I.t It pOhomy t. buy the 15L}. UOOD-

while his par'nt were watching him, for one who has a cool Ilal and stones, while upper or logs of lighter "I"So really am J.,(Ion't sen where the time ens however.ahtn r, has tnll proved. Microscopic this I to bo a research fact, and "For23years. Last NOTeblr I have suffered I was with taken sciatic worse rhenmati'tn. than- nUDJiEnsI

as ho trudged through the snow, well Ken di.ce'rnmet and I II'leJ"OU s skin protected his ankles and legs from dear." tho rpsllr of this discovery: is that a simple orer.and wai unable to get out of the hQu,e. I was
Jood-byo
I wrapped up, the basket in one hand and h ave 1lth. In' lpn ( tomaking thorns and bushes. Tho buskin was so goes.; remedy has been formulated whereby almost Mplei" for forty da' suffering great I CURE FITS!
"Hood-bye. Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness apoiiT all the time. In D'wjember I commenced
a stout stick in the other. e stimates. Boys never know how close- c onstructed that the water exuded fromit Catarrh .
Occasionally Inking llro "If don't come and incI'llci soon. cured in from ono to three far nparill: After the second When I:ay cure I do not mean merely to.-ptheni
ho walked { occasionally ho floundered l y old people road them. let the specifications i as soon as the foot ceased to l be im \01 (( permanently at homo by the bottle I .as abut .> out and around and nttenJ fore lima and then hare them return again. I 'n."n.r".hral a
'rtct \h'l'l did j oil that ] mate to 1 took fire bolt Id.and eur, I hay.made the dneaie of Ft rs EPI
free
am now
and now then he and we will ( In the modern shoe pet Ion.\ in two bU5inl : 80 LEPSY or u SICK.NFSS ,I
I stopped t spend an ( evening : 'rsll the idea chair scarf? I hadn't; noticed it before.: patient once WfPJ.' from rhvumatmn that only ooci-ionnllr I feel It FALL a life Ion?ntuti. warrant .
my to the
'\ catch his breath, or t turn his back or two in fguring on them. You aretlor is that water be kept out, not let out. It's '" N. I'.-This treatment i is not a snuff or anointment lightly on a sudden ehatge of weiuber. I hare ti*.. failed U no elr.r.a.on for worst nnt case now* 111"aos.oth.r
a perfect brtinti/ ; both have been discarded by great confidence In llmnl's sar aparilla."' CHARLES Send at for a treatise and at. r."ll.
fierce b I The Celtic ('r. en"f
upon a gust of wind. am about buskin was and elastic : a
\ ( tU prices tough "Do like ?" reputable ph\sieianc as injurious.! A pamphlet lJAH.Christie.Clarke Co,Wis. riy Inblthl.rm.dy. iire xpren" and po-t-omrf
you
\Yhon he reached the cabin he saw no o; f labor and materials in this section." and could bo replaced wherever rlalj i now treatment is sent on I.. f. M. C.IMS IVurk .street,>ew 1 orb
"Like it Cxplainilg IBIS _
: just sweet! Did) IA Pnl mrjtlo> vtt&
signs of life. "Im not of age," Amos hesitatingly thf're untanned skins at hand. ''I.s you rp"tlt cents in stamps to pay Hood's
were SarsaparillaSold
colored withfrostandahuge 1hwindowpants drift said. "The directors may refuse to let Every Celt was his own shoemaker. embroider" i? pOtIC hy A. H. Dixon & Son, cor. of John GINS, Atlas Engines and
Toronto Canada. ChritPufTorors
filledm "Yes. an Street, COTTON Boilers
the doorway. He pushed the e hal the specifications." With the Norman came the by 11:'drneKteH. Tl l: sir for tS. Prepared only Shafting, Puleys
( through conquest "You did How lo\oly! I wish I- ti ..j snow and placed his hand upon toe "They will at least allow you t(make introduction into the British Isles of but never po if I stand here much ; from Catarrhal troubles should Steamboat Repairs.CHICKASAW Mi

latch. l'i, his surprise ho found that a copy of them. Wi you try?" tanned leather, which had long been in longer 11, and other culls to make carefully read the abe c 100 Doses One Dollar i '

the door was not barred. He pushed itIp'n \'hy, to be Mire, sir!" cried .Amos, a use in Normandy, where it had been introduced 1\0 fhl --I iI IRON PRESSES 1
this afternoon. (hodbyo'"Rye THE: less a woman believes in a man the F. WORKS,
( and into bright light in his is by the Romans. a OZANME & CO. JOhN E.
stepped the Old f'P'S.hI the he is K.DLt: ,. 'J
rom. : big bye. greater respect apt feel toward .(0 ;E3PUl E"Y.
:U &
Silas was not dead, neither very weak, hance for me, and I appreciate it, I : Shoos then began to take on style "Lovely day, i isn't it? It'.s a pleasure her.-Milwaukee Journal. t I. % TINWARE, : TS P4ua 0 l J" -

for he called out in a loud tone: ure, you. But, are you not taking great and the styles have never l hen duplicated e--- -
risks?" : to 1,1 out, and-oli. my <>> "Who is that? in later days. From ,
"I am not afraid of close-fitting nearly forget to 1(1 you about biO Ida Mild (juablollmatl certain and abundant Oil.. FURNISHING GOODS.. $ $2, $ U I Sf
hoes f2rnte
fashion Lamp Kefrlrcrnlor
"
own GrmnIteware
)on t you know me? Amos asked. my judgment went to long, pointed L crops. ,stock CANDY
country .
De Dere's (
siflrrv
and that's wli.it rainlrus3 Mlverwnrc, %tantt't.urers For Box,
"I is because it so dark in hero. I Amos, and I have great faith in you," tots, which, in time, grow so long that wl.tllng. just in the world. Full free. Address '.f 11.\IV a..1 an-l ..IAIAWl: TI.V. of ear trictl7 br JCxpra!
i Mr. Washburn said kind I came for. ml.t sit down and Orojron Immigration Board.PortlandOreonIT tVA K E. tit I.V. % IZEl 11C'5.V.VK FKro cA1DiIs Pue
,
am Amos." a look in his they had to be fastened the wearer's tel ( <' ? ILIOAl'
t all a t it! IIlr.'ml an J F4Ct'. rr.331 BPCunil trl'Ct LY AND
!" I iycs.: "I I help you indirectly, it will knees. you lou Send CntuinKi'e: nnrt IVne Ji that the
came harI in a sort of satisfied Two hours later is paradoxical, to say the least, city call on u'. MEUIIII FLOYD
runt :\ brought you hero?" I>e ) than i 1 helped you outright; Shoes were gorgeous affairs in the prolongation of the"li IIparlaff'r: a L higher) classes are the !.It classes, and. the yilAUS. THIS PlPla. "(.; .!nit'tSEfEE V-MUII no rait.& MOONEY.,,-,_>M.. MEMPHIS.
I lower\ -
"Wo didn't 6< ODd
that something might lK wrong," replied mean. I will teach you sl.rlancl had his boots stamped with ( steps.Time. mischief of it is that though travel THROAT are ITO f.1'J Dl.ra.e.I.Hl.tO

Amos. and J.OI will feel moro in lpnclnt fo gold. John Lackland, his brother, wore --- mug: takes the conceit out of a man, coming KO-KO TULU !
you will be a factor in the buck puts more in.
"That was thoughtful," growled old success If boots spotted with golden circles: while HlntH for (' I'.iir- .

Silas, who had remained in bed for two you' get the contract it will be at lpast.OOO ; h Henry I wore boots checkered with Take nine rasonahll I.'h sized oyster-.- TilE frreen -apple: -i is-deadly-, but not soJeadly _1"1&Tame rUEI... d.y.awi1i..

days in order to kop warm. clear gain to you, a sum not to be golden lines every square of which wasenriched I not too larpe-to each live gallons of I as the electric_.. lurrant-Lic WAT STRONG ATOlXEY

"Vou\e some dry wood, ha\cn't you?" despised there is by a young hf innfr. Hut with a lion. Cardinal Wolsey's water, and tie them up carefully in a i Tin: man who--combs his hair in the mid- 230 Mala .Cr..t, UEMPDI, TE.N.. ..
asked Amos. one thing .upon which I shall shoes were (']oth.H cSPlCUL ATETJOY TO LOLLVt'Ti'.te AD
iiy! considers his part in life of some im- IHTER! PllTAfX1G TO ICEALE5EA'fl.ax .
hl'l nty of it my boy. But no insi.t Of fiolfl and stone prf'ioIQ. the fair is only three (lays. ()ortu11eC.X01kCbSmtroimimle : *TU rAIIOIJ. .
I'ontnul will -
"What cure
i. that? a.kdmoi, with L Costing in.uiy a thousand pounds. ---.---- Dr.wu II'I C h ynuC -
matches.
cheesecloth ( ): 11t if it holds a week oug Jrp au. A COOT) GIFT YOU CAN ORDER
e01 1or TO ANY 'I'
sonio misgivings. Sir Walter : Tun with pretty man i is that
"l'\o brought matches," Amos said. Raleigh wore shoos studded and.a ] attendance is expected it is your OF WWE AWAKE, BABYLANDTHE P
"I be arg1 ho is too bo useful, and not prettyciitiigli IMOBTR CHINA CLASSAND 6..40" .
am to kept in tho background. with diamonds said to have prlt.to ;" SOe ftTegr. SY
coat I "
6'11 soon h" a roaring fire." better a pood heavy qualify of r ( oca LTLE M'i A tl.
( I am not to bo known in the transac "0.t)00.) The gallants in Charles 1 ( Irnaml'ntal Q'ENSV. of onl or alt :[W01EX.. Si a .a. ''
In a little while the fire on the black tion." Istilp duck so that the bivalves will not ]lose* _:U&Title rU .. co.. }
their A MAN no lets a confidential-lookInjj'slnmirer IO
woro hoot turned L so.'nll ,
Hearth was shedding light and high tops their flavor the first few even g& k
warmth The him than he
situation puzzled Amos. down to the show the entr : tike apart wantsto
around gorgeous j BUSINESS
the ings. pull himself together againew Orleans .C. COLLEGE
t'anlh'-furnish'd room. "You must in it ,
Next; appear as my surety, l ace with which they were lined. MMPI1Is. ..
Amos placed upon the table th he said. The most satisfactory financial results [ Picayune.Vr mWVUUltwm Rend TE>ft
slowly yon
High-heeled boots .
food which ho had were worn by ladies have been obtained from the ahoand -- -- -- -lIE1IPHIS. rfrzM.ithnI' t"ntffl'r.'lne
Silas brought. OM "Xot nrces!:arily," replied old ias. for three parts of the eighteenth "\ : know men wiio it,.M. tot every point .4 Yltr ordlr MASOX FRUIT JAB!. EREE rWE :
watched him furtively 8't with a shake of his "I'll there is a local legend pretty well au npon beatmtjth'-ir v.v\. tlir-'iich! life, butohcervc wo ASSORTED PACKASES OF TIWARE rat A i.NTisrnrw.

first and then attentively, once t that.w1t Now bo quick ha\ see It century.some inches They, raised their fair wearers thenticated. which relates that a youth:I that they jill ,ira'.v the line at a carLt.13ngliamtoa 1--------for WlOLjALK T1} PATENTS I Isaa2 BOOFUI. .FlUftrald.AU.Aitdrw...
rendering walking difficult Leader.
or twice passing his hand once murmured in anawo-stricken whisper } ) "L.
W.III D.J.C
over his is a r. ..
very practical hit of advice. and running -- r.l "" ,.
impossible. .
ryes, as i stirred by some long-ago Amos, to his surprise, was allowed to But these fashions after he hal tasted such( a mixture: \\x, like tho lire, is apt to torment woman CATARRH ACENTS EXPLORATIOISI.,_
memory. Presently ht crawled out of the were confined to "I think I detect a flavor of Oyster'Ietroit by going out at night JANTED STANLEY'S .
Afrle.
copy He also the _. New
8p'cifeations. was rich. The 8 a..u. B
shoes
bcdjind wore of wood -
put on a coat and pair of shabby permitted to have the drawings on'rnightthl reeds and untanned poor leather. Free Press. ONLY ono !Its faster than money, !4 .ttermi. National fubliihlag Co-.St.Lu.
Uetfclijipers.. Ills hair was The Highlanders thinglw God! in He d. )
gray, but he I and and that is not to spend it to $8
ground plan the view made a
The 'Sa"m" day. Samples
n'otlost of hrogans out of untanned Ih1nanltlrian.be's $5 worth ? .IS
tad any There FREF ,,,, .
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a good deal of'-fire in it his sti was I of the front and side elevations."A deer-hide, and the southern nations wore ":-; the sassiest woman I ever ap Corr.TE'T doesn't cost much, but it ra"yr 1y's' BflKWsTZaBayaiy g not&und.r. JIOLDSStO.TAMi h"r p..'.,t.et_!Write
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und, though his bc. was sallow and eyes unshaven most splendid-looking "structure and cloth sandals and slippers.It pled to for a bite." a might.lh{)interest on Traveler.tho in\es-Unent. | Cram Balm I : tl paPIJ'1_Jo-'. n.ll.1

it was 'xlentdrawings, Mr. Washburnsaid was not until the year 1800 that an did you find that out?" ; : ELT UUO- WAGONS TOE BEST
unmistakably an intelligent his face :Warn St.l.y._ JUDE. 1Tirr.iW.
one. beaming with an old huid- Englishman invented "rights and lefts;" 'Well, she offered mo I'ole'tom:1o: As t rule it is not wise to tell all ono fumul & ttsftfJKfc 841: 3 10S37._

"You thought I was dead?" he er's. enthusiasm. "A capital l'ar for previously both shoes were shaped ex soup and stale bread, anti I said; I[ knows, though it i is iiLva.isbirhl.expedient: RAW FUR SKINS WorM UaOA ll" WicUifT-. /.
asked. -
"We were uneasy about you" replied I you underbid., my bJ. and I hope you will not be actyalk. thought" a little cake would do mopood. to know aU one tel:-. fi"v Tirucs.- Highest Cash Prices Paid. HOSE S'sh BOk.k.ptnc.P.uanahlp'rt.

Amos. :0 as we can discover the aboriginal THE man who is in ft!hllit of trying to t 'J Slail. CircUlar, d' etc. .I
The specifications were tribes the bottom should beware HONEST ASSORTMENT. Cree JBI anI COLE'"Ba... Y.
"You thought I was closely America. never went bare "Well? rot to of tiniT .
starving? PROMPT
"Wo: didn't know what might have scanned, the estimates were carefully footed. They always made and wore "she said i it was a cake of soap she: Df falliuji overboard ipmm'i. l ocean.- ,.,' ? Send for our Price RETURNS.Curent -A. N. K 127a

made, and a scaled bid filed with the moccasins, the easiest shoe it would." there i is A. E. 2URKHAROT St. com W. Fo"rtb St. WU -
happened to you, evaded Amos. ever invent thought --Munsey's Weekly. Ir.H TI make wealthand more WRIT G To
fcilas Washburn was hungry and directors of the school within the time ed. On the other hand, the Australian ,. ..v'la .1 for the finished article than the raw &d 13,and TH 11 Burnt., Street CINCnfA'I Ohio. .tte Pepar.ta' yo. aw t ADVRTJ"ER A.h.r...1111
he &
specified in the ad\ertisement. natives knew -There is a man in Weymouth. Mass.. material.-Atchi on (ilobe.
(rnjoyed the much to the satisfaction nothing of shoes, and the
of .fol. had befriended "The bid ar(to be opened in public, natives of Africa are in the same box who is a little absent-minded. One day THE man who-!i ijrh- :-"IJow--soon we are ----------- --------

old gentleman on more than thE. and I want you to be there" old Silas this day. t he was going to Bingham for a load of foiffottcti!" h.1;only to leave hotel without -

hut had never succeeded one in occasion said. "And speak up for 'oursel should The Chinese make their shoes of wood hay, and intended to get a waol on p.r-innr his. hi to.fyt out hOT. sadly
penn mistaken is NeviS.TncnE
no
any body attempt to Pleasantstreet. He carried his fork 1sLTal I
his repress you. and and in -
trating had not omt paper can not remember when --- II
showed that rpMrle was thankful even here the day before and Il have thE they began to make them. A Chinese one hand and led the horse with tHe oth is nothing hid about the flannel Best Cough Recomnieflj I
Amot: securities shirt. On the it is modest and Cures where ? by Phjcja
ready. er, by the and walked to contrary, all Pla5ant
He took shoe is warm in winter passed wagon and
thought. too much for cool in summer agreeab to
: his meanness had not been grant.md When the bids were opened Amos Dorsey's and always easy to the foot. that town. He hitched his horse and shrinking. _._ I take it without objecjo the

exagger were found t(be the lowest. Superstition usual Epoke to the man about the hay. TIE 'queen of all i U{hf as has busied herself stowing
ated.I "Who is Amos Dor.sey?" The assistant asked bee. You can di-t. -a:.a csr by her r&lear.
asked
don't want any pay said Amos : president of thE greatly about shoes: but it is networth wherE (wagon .-Lowell Ccwi I
t the hoard.
The words he uttered were:
"Rut I think the sacrifices I while to cite all the silly sayingsabout was
hmfcl for him deseno "I don't know," replied one of the di L- them. There is Heaven's sake, have left I that at := '. --- ---:-= --
\ some no significance wagon
( ." appreciation. rectors "There is a boy living near the about the home?" He started back afer .
way people wear their
shoes
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village by that name, but, of course, i it either at heel, he was on the top of Fort Hill he a GREl llmvrsfoRY
Ho did not know old Silas and consequently is not to or side, although un whEn !
had loft the
1. tidy foot wear is discovered ho horse hitched
was not just in his (1timat of "Mr. doubtless some indica .
President, I am that boy, and I tion of In ham.
carelessness. & 670DETECTIVE
him. Appreciation may show itU in am the : See that you hay In _. -
I sUl'c6Esfulllhldlr, Amos said as comfortable farin tin The roi.it a'norblnE'T lnt >rf Pag,
hoe noit
ttin thing 10f.substantial than speech. bo rose to his feet his voice : keep it tidy, and bad] -No law'j or worth his .aI ever takes KIt inJ ron rin nti.. i t.'l br>ok U Oniphpri fn E1t
The man was reticent and eccentric I stranp.1y luck will never bother Goldyr Iiljv; : r.t ,, dti I'I ii. lVr.lt IOW.OIM ('OriE% hsrolX. ?,( \ >v ,-jmtrf rtosa anii .
you.- for th deed. \ IG, 'a.-'i ,
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a
011 steady time i .r' pate.
C\eij eye was fixed upon l.i.j I, Days. .. Star. 'il ei'r AdlrviS-> it lor iriceal uut. ALEX T. LOYD & CO., hbOshe flamber ILLUTIt.tTIS.! ta).

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