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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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w I! I w l..m 1 6 m I l> nio'is There MY GARRET- HOME. Dear mo! I worked and f.nsod. halt CELESTIAL PHOTOGRAPHY. FULL OF FUN."I -.- SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL- is no grass to cut out, only a little sur-' 4

; ;;:: i m"" t ,iO'! 5 9M; oo 1 00 00 Is strength for the arm lnid the day over that," said Mrs. Drake I plus cotton. The cotton is never stunted -: s
of toll
'' the look-
IlII1Ilre. 1b : 303.ng&res. | day I
.r1 2007tO 3 2.1 MX 60)) 1000 60. JO 15 00:: u And content for the Ing i ruefully at the expanse of snarled- Interesting Facts Explained by the Attr.noiner will toss coppers with you," r > by the bruising of the hoe. The hco- -
W (0 ru ?? 'for Ireland. JEFF WELBORN'S WAY.
In Royal
10 W 12 tV) the visions up puffsi marked another of eittiro cotton cost us .
.itRr | | 1* oo r.'i oo P('e. I couldn't make head one steer to as they ing our crop :
.tquarel ) 00 15: (0('I :20 101 25 00150 00'hO; "- Of a 10Te.lilhtl'd. ol how that bought or tai I dare say that a number of my readers start for a couple of year less than forty cents per acre. ,
aUne for the first hays garrct-room. down by theAnll "' patt'r meant 'em will he surprised to learn that thoieavens < plcemen.Hos"ton Valuable Hints From Practical TNI. 25 and in ,. ,
"jten cent an-1 fire cents fDM t go. Globe. Farmer on Cotton, Corn and Pea Cult IVe planted from A pril 15 t ,
subsequent in"enlon.tlpeCill the dear contain multitudes of invisiblo
foreacb
ones that bales that in
ratt'l for timo ndnrlimmtn&a share it with me. "Kip them out, Katie," said Alice, st ars. There of few --Theater-Goer-"Tho love scene in ure. August sold seven brought ,
are, a
IfII C&tiOD at the office vvvuiUBSCRtPTION When nightfall I turn from ny labors and I and I can drape it for you in a few mo thousand stars that can be course seen by the your play isn't half so natural as i used I wish to relieve the minds of those I in cash S355, ten and onohal cent
Southern
Tht'rc'8 Carey,bpaeon that ments, if you'l lot mo." : unaided eye, there are many millions of t o boo The same peoplo do it, too." who are skeptical about our hands hoe- p er pound.-.Jeff. Welborn, in

RATES: the lea. beekofl lUy hcart to n Now. you ever!" exclaimed Mrs. strake ars that can be seen with the aid of a Manager-"Yes; but the lovers were ng five t six acres of cotton a stand, Cultivator.. .
And the thought of it as, under Alice's married during their last vacation." day each. This year we had 120 t >
.,tar. ...................... ...........'100IllIDODtbl. awares, quickens my step un. few graceful loopings deft fingers, a great telescope, but over and above all pr in cultivated HEDGE PLANTS. rt?:
took tho cotton which we have
And place of these are a myriad of stars that not -The boy who lost a portion of his acr8
MAn shortens the t:he 'ftV
ubsortption$ must be pM-l Invariably In distance for inc.guiltltss l pufs. Then with directions for a even the keenest of eyes applied to the trousers while surreptitiously getting with our own hands and hired labor. The Value of the Osmge Orange and thMcCartney .

tdrtnoe. odscr.1nIaUOnsInt&voro any. T hough its valls may be IIf i Pictures pressing, she said good-bye, amid biggest and most powerful of telescopes hrough a fence last summer, refers to W hen i was time to hoe it out the frt ROle as Hedge Plantl. -..

-Coimunicfttlons upon all matt.r* of local And or its laint, a shower of admiring thanks from mothw ill show a trace of. Does not this the mark of repair as a watermelon time, we put in three Mitchell cottonrapes We know of no plant that is superior 5

... .uol1clted from all parts or the county Ing. frt rugged'e; pine flooring fromnd narpnt er and dau Beem rather a puzzle. I we can not patch.-Merchant 'l'raveler.Father"Why sc following one myself. Directly t;o tho Osage orange for a hedge plant.* .

And it!! ,furniture Alice took her way to the house of see the stars under any circumstances, < ask for tho b ehind them my brother went in with I is obnoxious to the objection that its '
meager Jp
you
1:1I: quaint, aged an'T' d young .Mrs. (Jardo, who was one of her how do we know that they are there? hand: of instead of two negro boys, one only fifteen years naturally inclined to grow to large;. ,
SECRET SOCIETIES. a homo awl a haven good friends. Most my yonng daughter old, with hoes (three hoes only) and two be
fur 111('. assuredly wo can not feel their that of her elder Suitor-"Be. but this tendency may largely con- :
----- TI1l'rl'a'e in ny Alp, II take the book. I'd warmth and as the stars are always silent ause I think the elder sister would ours behind the hoes three negroes followed roled by jud'.cious pruning and cutting .
Meets
niht every Tuesday case, garret-roon, H"(Mel ton take a dozen hooks if they would show they can make no impression on more satisfactorily fill the position of with double shovel stocks and twowelelnch ack.> This plant is in almost universal .
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.'In,!!. Transient< Frt'ow' A And gratefiI 1 1'ollt'ntll1t'llt! in fitting' dt'*"' ": m o any way to malI things a littlo our sense of hearing while our two remaining aunt to my future children.-'rexas t solid sweeps on them, dirt- use in the West, as was observed by ,
en cordially broth That fluiek.wittl sympathy added to these, smother around my fireside. My hands spn"ts and of smell In g up or rather plowing the whole row. hose who nero parties t the recent '
invited toattend. arc sweeter than riches to me. ire oso tied with Sit ngs. I[ehind these three not a '
two chilIren The Mc-
sweeps Ohio.
J. C. tIH'sI are obviously not of the slightest assistance f armers excursion to ,
Noble WJLLB, here is truth In lilY garret; ah! Jewel that I have no time to see to things in tho study of the heavens. -Wife-"George, didn't you say :you green thing was seen, except the C'artney rose in also a good hedge plant, liI'W <
DO11lwe
Grand rare. i n the kitchen; and I had, I don't lleievo Yet ere tho heaviest hatter in the nine one, two, and occasionally three stalks does *
F.J. FIELDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. let tlit' rich h i notwithstanding- we fall to l last summer?" dear. and is preferred by some to any. I
Iti th,'"', their goIl, our wealth .IS things would be much better. perceive these stars directly, we have lushanll-"Yes of cotton. All signs of scraper or jetter when combined with a ditch and

Improved Order of lied Men. L 1fe's frailties are poi!!onlts ,' living the forlornost kind of aiife. the most undoubted evidence of their '\( would you'mind hatng.a carh were hid from view. We went across ank. Cut a ditch on the outside of the z
thou being l Frank is half sick existence. t etforme about half an hour.Tinl."Wpl his; 120 with hoes in .
Tribe No. 1, Florida-ConncUftrtt near most of the acres scrapes ant iroposed hedge row, say three feet wide J .
Oiceolft Close companioned( t'imo, and I'm A star be faint that the beam dear, how would Farmer l less than The had
kindled Wedoesday'i: Sleep attheir with mine.und? with me. beginning t think its may so my eight days. sweeps a t tho top. and sloping according to the (t ,
4 Starke, Ma. Let the wealthy disdain thc wretched (cooking. can a man of light it omits is too feeble to render llrwn suit you for a husband? Heeonis to bo helped out by other sweeps, their haracter of [the soil, so that it may bo '
Wigwam brothers, are cordially invited this? us; what care wo for l;ivo on poor broad all tho timo and bo it visible even with all the aid that s uncommon sweet on you lately." work being slower. The three hoe hands two and a half or three feet wide and .

Transient J. O. HAYNES, Bachem. God smiles on our garret-room down by well? Its sour one week, and heavy great te telescopes can give. The instrument Perhaps, so, father; but his hair is so did not only keep up, but did it without 1fo feet deep. Throw the soil on tho .
attend.
p W.MEA.CHAM. Chief o[ Record*. And the
J>:. In the home our that's trial are tinctured with bliss, we have." them so that they aro all hut! you should recollect that ho has t look after the hands, and would often ame cross section as the ditch. Pro-- I
-v. II. Seubrook.! in a Heaven Youth's to me.<< "Too bad!" said Alice. "I wish with brought to a point on the sensitive very little of it."-Judge. be out an hour or more; so we lost moreor pare the cuttings taking the currentear's .
CHURCH DIRECTORY. Companion.
-.. all my heart I could retina at the hack of tho tho Miss less time each day. At no time during in
------- got you a good eye. I }fal'on, of Ho.ton-"Do you y growth in November, cutting
BaplUt Church. FITTING HERSELF: IX. girl.." rays }happen to bo sufficiently powerful ever feel an insatiate craving for tho i the hoeing out was a single hand l engths of about eight inches. Plow tho

8trriCd at 0:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayti "You can't. I've searched the entire to act on tho very delicate nerves of tho u unattainable consuming desire to hurried up; on tho contrary, i required ground and manure it, if not alreadyich

'Wednesday at 8 ountry.. Mothor has lent two or threo eye a message is sent from the eye to transcend the limitations which hedge e n effort'to keep down their propensity r along the inner side bank. t -
..HUng*eT J. M. CALDWELL p.m., Pastor. How Alice by Noble Efforts Became (ut from the city, but they always get the brain and the star is Sfn. If, however mortality, and, commune soul to soul t race. My brother is an expert with She et the cuttirjrs one foot apart along the
Self-Supporting. tiomosick and back. the are too weak to excite the t hoe, and claims to bo with tho '
fitpdty School meet every iBundav go I see nothing rays with the spirits of tho Infinite? Omaha plow. row i abundant; i scarce they may b ,.S .
turning at 10:30. but to resign ourselves to tho prospect retina, then the star is of course not perceived. man-"Yo-es, kinder-Harper's Ba The land we had in cotton this year was put several feet apart, and made closEr -) "

T. K. BtttO Superintendent W'll., there's ono thing certain," of being hopeless dyspeptics. I makes Under these circumstances, the zar. party in cotton, corn and oats last year. by subsequently layering the bottom "

saId1ce Barnes, "Im not likely to no feel so good-for-nothing, too. You only hopo of disco\ering tho star is to Little Brother (whose sister is playing Naturally this red, sandy soil is tho s ihoots. It if best to start with rooted i,
get much unless I get it for win substitute foulest of all classes What
mysel never make such a failure when something cards with "Mr.Smil- of soi. we As the plants grow now they -
gentleman)- euttngs.
And there's another thing ou come the real which shall bo more sensitive to a have this in
FrMbyterlan Church. very L1lcery t duties of life. light. er, does Minnie cards well?" Mr. accomplished year, rainy seasons trained to grow up the side of
EttTicea every tnnday at 10:30 a.m., end tam, and that is, how I'm to do it. I've "]on't talk so," said Alice, shaking I I has been found that tho rays from Smiler-"Yes play well, indeed." Little s wo can and will do in other he bank. Of course i an effective .

1p.m. It. B. MATTICE, Pastor.! thought and thought about i; and the her head. ""Why, I was just making up ono of these very faint stars when concentrated Brother-"Then; very had better look s Nothing is guess-work when fence is want*.d at once, it wil be necessary -

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. more I think I don't see my way. All my mind that I am good for nothing. I on a point of a good photographic out. Mamma said you she played her wo have Nature for our teacher and do to have ; straight or five-rail
H. C. HULL tho wise folks nowadays writing can do of hut plate will succeed in i our work on scientific principles.For .
Supt. ant plenty things, they're not making cards well she would catch you.-N. Y. high fence along the top of the bank,
talking about girls doing for themselves. the kind that I can make my l\"ing by, an impression, provided Lt-dger. more than twenty years I have upon which the rose plants will be .

Methodist Chnrrh. They say, 'Find out what you can do unless I go regularly and hire out, and'l fdlnt exposure has been. given.. centered every thought on corn, cotton trained as they row. The hedge should .

Services every Sabhath at 10:30 a.m. and best, and tJndo it.' I don't wan't to,do that solong asl image on this plato can be -Fond :Iothtr"Don't you think and cow peas, and not on general farm bo cut back every November so as to 5
?:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Taeidaj "Hut{ I can't do any thing best-that a good }1mH." d developed and then the star is revealed. Mary has learned to play the piano remarkably ing. I have not read or thought abut give a bushy thick growth. The single I

and Thursday at 7:30. i is, any of the things that people can "Of course not. It seems a pity," I It can therefore bo readily imagined well considering tho little much else, and my mode is almost the whit McCartney rose is the best; the .

G. I). TURNER, Pastor. make a living at. I can't teach, and I said :lrs. (Jardo: ( with a sigh "that that. the use of photography is now essential time she hits been taking lessons?" opposite of that in general practice. I Cherokee ron is not recommended.Dixie .- "

Sunday School every Sunday at 9 LID can't write stories, nor do astonishing j just; .such abilities as yours couldn't ho to astronomical progress. I affords Fond Father "Splendid! She has improve cotton simply for earliness. To Farmer. ,
"
I J. CHARLES RICHARD, Supt. fancy-work. I can only do the commonoveryday fitted in somehow to pl.icrs where they us the moans of depicting tho l learned it all now, hasn't she? Fond do this I must have a cluster variety, s
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things; and father wouldn'tlet are needed." magnitudes and the places of stars othr-"I reckon she has. Fond l"a- much abused because it is so much faster HERE AND THERE.A C

mo go away from homo to do these, "Oh, don't put a book at me," said the which must otherwise have been quite t1r-'el then, lot's sell the piano, than the ordinary farmer, that it will
oven if I wanted which '' mistress of unknown us. got no more use for it."-America. load good-foi'-nothing in the herd 4
Christian church.letsif. to, I don't.. tho next houso at which t up before he gets through tearingup
Alice was situated exactly as a great Alice called. Some one may feel desirous to ask the -"' ," said a lady to her footman tho roots, the consequence of which ii a swindler and a man who caa ba t ,

,: ., 16; Acts xul.: 28; I. Peter IT., 18. many girls find themselves. Tho "Why, Mrs. Warner, what is tho matter same question as was put t me by an "I desire that you shall treat the I s that the squares will dry up on the swindled by a! cow would stand mighty

\ .Berrlces each Lord's day at 3 p.m. oldest young: a largo family with'a t ?" asked Alee in concern, as that i intelligent lad when I was describingto society reporter properly when he calls stalk (not shed off). Tho cause of the poor show with a lghtning-ro man.

O. P. YOUNG Pastor. slender income, she had picked up a lady, after placing a chair for her sat him the way we proceeded<: "How" here.." "Yes'm." "And, instead of drying up of the squares on the stalks, -Tho paunch a cow, Prof. Aroh.

Boaday School each Ix>rd's day at :3 p.m.C. moderate amount of schooling and had down and burst into tfars. can you take photographs of the stars, handing any victuals out to him by the Instead of shedding all late, long- says is a silo in miniature.
done he said, "for you can only see them at back door, invite him into the kitchen limb kinds do is wo that the changes which
J. DENTON Supt. plenty of work. She could playa "Oh, it's my eyes mo again the same as a tree say suppa-e /
l little, paint a little and sew and cook a Your book would do trouhlng unless night when it is quite dark, and yet to eat 'em." "Yes'm." "I am not particular deadened during blooming or cut take place in the silo and in the paunch ,,

4 great deal. Tho younger% children, for you came and read it to(mo. good And books every body knows that photographs can about having my name in tho down with the bloom on the stems. are the same. : I

OFFICIAL D1UECTOU whom she had given willing spn'icC are not the worst part of it, although only b obtained" when there is plenty paper but when a society reporter When the process is slow they shed. So I Comfortable shelter for tho stock, a j

were now growing old enough to assume its hard enough not to be able to read. of lght. To explain this difficulty l'omp'to the house obtain information with the cluster cotton. Wo deaden it comfortable J-ouse. things handy abut 6. J

CUf Officers. their own shares of the household burdens Hut ]look at that mending-basket, piled you must understand what goes on inside about my parties, I want you to take while under headway fruiting. :My corn the premises and plenty of good reading. 'ff

1Ilyor-L. Witkov ki. and Alice began to find time to up with two weeks' mending. I try the camera when the operation is care of him. Jive him a Into of every improvement is one ear per stalk, with and we ought to h able to get through :.j :

Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner, think of things which she wanted, and I do a little bit at a time, but it hurts my t I in progress. Tho glass lenses produce 0 thing that comes down stairs and let large cob and deep, soft grain, insteadof the winter very comfortably.You 1

8eorge; E. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner. things which she would like to do if only Ir eyes so I can't go on, and the doctor on tho plate an image or picfure of tho I him have all the wine that is left in the two or more ears per stalk with small can overfeed as wel as underfeed 4 II

Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. ( how. says they will never get well unless I object to be represented. In bright daylight glasses when the gentlemen leave the cob and flinty grain. I was severely a colt; df> neither; ffed just right ;

Treasurer-\VaJter U'ills. "I want more hooks and I want morfothes give them perfect rest. Why,"she said, l it is the reflected sunlight which dining-roor to join the ladies.-Boston criticised at first but read the bulletins I Give good nourishing food from tho t

X..hal-E. D. Wall. and father has enough to do }half laughing, "1 had to pin the children's i illuminates the object and enables itt ; Courifr. -- from tho experiment stations in Kan- start, but do tot force them; they aro l

A.lleslor-T.. Sweat. (without my to him. Oh, dear! clothes on this morning where form tho picture. I the objecthas -_ sas, Missouri and Tennessee, the corn L neither hogs nor ster and the early- !

I wish I had looking) h t up t something the buttons were off." light of its own, as a star has, then THE UBIQUITOUS SPOON. states of tho world now, and see tho re- maturity bu .ness may bo overdone i .'

County Offlrera.Connty ."\ regular to do; lutliow m/M I bo?" "Never mind tho pins, but do take this light will form the necessary imago sult. They support each other in showing you try t forc, l'em. _,__. .
the Its U
on plato and a photograph Prtnlt an Imperative Necessity to ,
Judge-W. F. Malphns. With a tender thought of the toil ('ar'of your eyes," said Alice. "I is 1 obtained. is. however essential may Domestic BlsK. the largest eared varieties, making -Push the business of r [sing sheep "Ni ,
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Clerk Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. worn mother, whoso right hand she had L real trouble, and I am so sorry you. that all light from I What is the greatest need which faces from one-third to double what the I and growing wool, but observe reason-, -
source L
Sheriff been all these of Lot me road ono of those stories.Or every except early flint varieties do with two or more I able limits. body goes to .
-H. W. Epperson.! through jars !truggh', you that coming directly from the object itself the newly-marrift at the very doorsill I every stoking -
Tax Assessor-J. E. Wainright. she took up a monthly whih ) perhaps, ;you would rather I did some shall bo carefully excluded, for this I of connubial bliss? Is it a deep, abiding ears per stalk. The soft grain will feed L up heavily with sheep, down go the .
Tix had 'flt her of this Do) let me help much farther. profits. Keep a reasonable-sized flockon
Collect.Jr-M. M. Hale. strayed () way. mlnding. you altO would act on the plate love, or an arm-chair that will carry
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. Tins is just the kind of a thing I'd ('. take me \'erj-Iong to tho image. Indeed, amlohlteato taking photographs double? I have stuck to the bunch Ja almost; tho farm and there will b money in 1
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tho business.A
like take. It's full of do that \\holo} pile." single handed for a number as I .
County SurTeyor-W. II. Edwards, C.& t of the stars .we have to tako No; the voices of their friends answerin years
County Commissioners \U'itkovski, about girls helping themselves; and I 'Of ('(Purse, it wouldn't, you are so special precautions to exclude a mighty chorus:, I have to tho cluster cotton. On rich "warm mash on a cold day, early

D. B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinhol ten to (1', before the year: was out, I I quick and handy Haw fortunate you light. I have heard of a plato having stray rI. "Spoons! land tho running pea. or long-limbed L in tho morning.is an excelent invigorator /.I

ter, M. V. Smith. might get some suggestion that would t ?re, Alice eyes and( strength, and so been spoiled by the fact that while i it \\thout spoons, the robe of faille cotton, will make immense vines o an that dos not have an .
show mo a way. Hut I couldn't afford I bright and smart. You can do any thing was being removed from tho francaiso is tho shroud of departed stalks, if tho season is the least wet, t appetite. I'o? brood-mares that are j .
I could want to do. Yes do it if telescope the detriment of the fruit. suckling colts it is excelent. r
than I
Stale l Officers. i any more fly. you you may after the stars had recorded their impression hopes. Tho "Lohengrin" march is a I .
Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville.Secretary In turning over the advprtsing pages, if Jou'lllt Time pay you for it. J\nt you a'carriage drove up the avenue waing dirge, r of llev. I have also condemned the theory that -We speak of a million bushels of I

of State-John L. Crawford, her eye Cfl upon thc trmg subscrip- don't know what hlssll help it will bo. and a flash from tho carriage lamp Chasuble hut a sounding brass, : the poorer the land the closer the rows I II wheat as if i were a small thing and it

.Crawford viUe. tion. No. you shan't touch them unless you'llagree chanced to fall on the plate and completely and a tinkling cJ'mhal in cotton. On the contrary, I have held I is when compared with the hundreds of

Atl.orney.General-William Lamar.Mon, .')\noI one to tho fHr-upoC the to it." destroyed tho faint images ol Devoted to each other, and resolved that the richer the land the better able millions of grzin annually produced. Buta

tlcello. club.' Thprt now, I might try that. "It is just thc kind of work you can't the stars. Of course when onco the t sacrifice all on the altar of their love, it is to carry extra stalks; in other train loaded with five hundred bushels -'----.,

Treasurer-F. J. Pous, Macclennoy. I could do any amount of walking about get any body l to do," continued Mrs.: plate has been developed it is then as the happy pair may struggle along with words, the thicker tho cotton should L in a car wouli have to h about fifteen -
Commissioner of and Five andI Warner. Alc.t' laughingly .consented, stand on the land to gather up the excess miles long to carry ono million bushels.
Agriculture B. talling. Hubscriptons permanent as a photograph taken in tho[ only thirty-six nut-picks apiece. Theydiscer
Wombwell. should have it. It's no harm trying, and settled }H'rSfJ at work.. "I sent for ordinary way.-Sir Robert S. Hell, in the path of duty by the feeble of plant-food and convert it into -Pure wat/"r on tho farm may be effected -

s. Comptroller-General D. Barnes. anyway." Sarah Crandall, the other day, to como N. Y. World. glimmer of six oxydized silver lamps. lint cotton, in tho three to four months by th<' water from the sUraCA .

.;?Adjutaut.General-Davll( Long, Coda To think and t act meant one with and do up odds and ends for mo-that's a tI For the simple tastes of the lowly, seven I between tho cold spring and droughtsand Tho well, behig deep also a
Keys. Alice; and it was not long before she what I must get somebody to do for' I NICKEL-BEARING MINES. lemonade sets in Venitian glass will worms of August Of course, for drain hole foV the water below the sur- '

Superintendent of Public Instruction-' was entering the house of ono of her: awhile now. And she sent word that : suffice. Let only five pairs of bronze; this purpose, we must have a close, com- face. No slop or filthy water should be _'

Albert Russell Jacksonville. neighbors in the little rambling country she'd come in three weeks. She's always :1 One That 1'lldl Rand Ton a Product per Year.of Four Thou negros with silver turbans smile benignantly pact, rapid-fruiing variety and plant thrown neat a well, and the surroundings '.

PROFESSIONAL CARDS town. engaged: ahead. What is the reason In Cliff mine Sudbury from tho mantel, and the hum early on very fa ridges. The slow fruiting should :I'O well graded with clay

-------------,--- "May I come in?'she asked, pausing I wonder, that you can't find folksto ,tl Can.Copper, it is more near nickel is- ble home happy.. is the cause of excessive stalk and gravel. .
WRiEYlNG. CIVIL E1GINEERNG! do the little useful things just when sai growth. -Lime is said[ make
at the door. '' being produced tho entire market Where King Cupid reigns, his scepter : t heavy sis
R. F. ENSEY "Oh, dear, yes, of course you can, you need them most' of the world calls for at current prices is none the less potent because a single I have also condemned deep spring lighter and :'light soils heavier.

Miss Alice, i you'll only excuse the[ Alice walked homo with somo now A little branch off the main line Mexican onyx cabinet, hearing twelve plowing, hut advocate fall plowing" can do no damage when judiciously applied
_'J1wJ other work ideas in her brain. railway under all the trash. I have and is- when i
ENG-XN'EE.a.. mess I'm in. I set aside my of the Canadian Pacific railway, four royal Worcester molasses jugs, adorn I turning cheap compared with i
STARKE, FLA.In1UrtltlnlZ' to-day to sec if 1 couldn't fix over the "I ha\fn't made up my book club,: miles in length, leads out to the mine, the parlor. Instances are not wantngoC ridiculed the idea of plants feeding the benefits confers, it should b used -' -
hats-millinery I wonder I haven't done better through their tap roots or other on fa Land that is frequently .
children's last summer : hit i which opens into the face of a ol I, happy wedded life, Whf thl high rots every .l.
eMImntos leveling, .to., ,1.. than that. I believe just as they crag below where the air wilU lime '
ojefl wan accuracy and dlspatob. costs so much, you know, when there's its the brown, oxidized Laurentian rook contracting parties got less than a dozen can enter tho soil, supplied produces the best
_!erlIIs. fiKi-day=>> ca.h.J. four of 'em, and mysel too, though say, tl1rs enough to do of what I can L characteristic of this region. Tho miners copies of "Danto's Inferno," with Mr. or taking in food through tho pores in grass.If : .
do it only could bo fitted in. the leaves. I have exhibited all the tho h?. fs of '
body knows I don't oi i Im Dore's cheerful illustrations. sheep are pared as
f'fry spl'nt are now at work at a depth of abou>, SOD 8
--- myself Hut the girls is gettin': little going to try i I can fit myself in some foot below the surface. As fast as the JI t spoons are imperatively necessary, sympathy in my soul for tho man that to keep th' growth from being excessive ;

0. HAYNES fussy since they'\e grown so l'Jg and nickel and copper-bearing rock is h listed Humanity calls for them in tones ol t makes a practice of cutting out crabgrass there wl1 bo less liability of foot- t i

it's hard to suit 'em any more; ant the A week later she said: out it is broken up and piled earnest plallng and the bride's uncle, with a hoe, or cultivating a crop rot. The hoof grows faster on soft ;

way with their dresses. They; "Mother, I'm going to work.' beds or ricks of pine woo.! to uponlong 1"' the and tho best man, lead L just enough to keep the grass from tk- ground than on stony locations, and the U'

DE 'N"-r1S-rS lame want more fixings about "em, aint satisfied "1 suppose always at alcinfd, or roasted, for the purpose! I f tho phalanx that hastens to the rescue. ing it Tho horse is eight a S foot-rot appcarsooner* when the sheepare

no more with lane Ann Terry's work." ( out tho sulphur which it eon-( These excelcnt people ar( resolve I strong as I am, and I can kil eight ; kept on.damp fields, much of it being

Office rer Jones' Brick BlocJU work-that just does plain sewing-bu, "I.ut I mean Im going to earn m own 1ri\ing. (roasting process is of the that their young friends shall not go times as much grass and Eight due to failure in keeping the hoof .:t'L __

'-- thinks they ought to have a rcg'lar living nature of L forth unprepared into a cold and spoon times as much crop with his mush; pared. .4,

BUGG -A dress-maker. At a dollar a day! Now, "Not away f'or home Each great bed of orharoalurin ore requires! from, less word. combined with mine than I can with Young Mock of all kinds are easily .'.
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WILLS, look here at this." "'\11 partly: one to two months to roast. When toasted The ( in.papa's office, collectively my muscle alone and quickly affected by sudden changes J
for Mrs. Drakes "1lic* you can't. Jaypn't I often r send The head in the fall of the weather. affected by severe 4t J
With all her sympathy the rock goes to the principal s>nolt- spoons. bookkeeperon Uy deep breaking and winter t- I
Attorneys at Law perplexities Alce could not help smiling said you shouldn't go away" as long as er, a powerful blast-furnace, "jacketed': his own personal hook, sends a satin- with thorough surface preparation cold they are liable to be stunted, and

at her arrangement of nh I- there is a homo for you? I -in phrase-with; running ifater lined box of spoons. Papas politicafriends I in the spring almost every cotton seed will grow but little before the spring. J l'Expsures
"Don't bo frightened, mother, said L mining send for to cold and dampness one
S7ARKE FLA. hens and flowers. t to sustain the great heal spoons after-dinner: wi germinate quickly and i !
Let me see if I could twist that Ito Alice, laughing. "My goings won't beserious. requisite to reduce the crude, ob crate coffee. Mamma's aunt, in Chicago, grow off fast. By selecting the best-ma causes of scours and

.k"!'!praetlp fll 111 thr Courts ill the Fonrt> any better tihape," she said, taking the Im goin two day in the I mineral to fluidity. < can't come to tho wedding, but sends her tured bolls from the thriftiest wel-pro cold on the bowels of young stock. ,.

.T&IthJuddal Circuits. hat out of M>s. Drake's hands.: week to Mrs. cardts to bake and to : The dross of the molten mass iu firs loving congratulations and a berrjspoon. or portioned stalks of an early,fast-growing Wherever sheep feed new, sweet J j .

F. J. FIELD -Oh, you're to good Miss Alice wind up her housekeeping so that it will allowed t flow off, and afterward the The bridegroom's elder brother variety, and the soil in the best condition grasses flourish and weeds are destroyed, :1 .:.

There now-if you haven't the real run smoothly through whiles. Im go nearly pure nickel and copper, bljndeO and his wife attach their card to a case possible, we need not plant mor says the Kasa Farmer. For this reason 4.

A milliner touch. Some folks can dp any ing one day every week to Mrs. War together in an alloy called the "mat," of spoons. In gleaming, shining rows than a peck of seed per acre. I planted farmers should raise more of them, ,

ri 1 k{ M : n'V\ a1 n l hnrSTARKE tbing they.set their hands to. I ain't a ner's to mend. her up. and half a day to: or matte, is drawn off at the base nf the the spoons glitter in their blue, red am 1 fifty acres with ten bushels this year,, i for no other. But there are several .l "1

hit knack mysel" Mrs. Drake's whenever she wants me t furnace vat into borrow-pots, an ti] old-gold beds. and got a good stand. With this thin other and equally good reasons why ,

"Oh, 1\e had to a knack," 8aidAlre be hat-trimmer, dress-draper, and I whEEled away, still liquid and fiery hot To be sure, there are dolts who fail to stand it is not necessary t thin out every farm should have its own flock ol

FLA. S laughing. "1 have tribe at home touch-up in general. Do you think that to cool in the yard of the smelter. The see why spoons and spoons only, shoul 1 until the cotton is from six t eight these useful animals.If '
Mother never has time for what I can do at home the rest of the contains about 70 be sent to the newly wedded. In [Inches high.. We harrow off the be
1U WORK L'Al'A\TFED.! Box 4L todo for. mat per cent of I ickel 1, every; i possible, we epec dairy t a success
-- I :,.ich work, like you. But don't you time will pay for my board and lodging the remaining 30 per cent being rr.ainly couple's acquaintance are between nineto just before it comes up. As soon as it i is with us we must keep up the past- j
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-- -- ---- think some book like this would help ? copper. When cool the conical pot- twenty-seven persons who will make well up go around it with a double ures, and to do that properly often necessitates

PEEK & FKAZEE{ I ;.ou on such things, Mrs. Drake? I I "I think i will." loaves of mat can easily be cracled in the daring innovation of pie-knives t I ahoTel. In another week go around a fuller knowledge of the subject

!,ives a lot of. information about doings "What I earn outside will cloth" me, pieces by meansof heavy hammers.!. The The eccentric old woman who will make with the same stock, having a shove than we possess. Winter is a good .

Attorneys at Law and Maries tbin"S at orE." and a good deal more. So: I am :pl-5np. fragments are then packed in tarrels herself conspicuous by sending a pict I on front foot and twelve-inch solid time to study up on pastures- Winter -

) -Bless your heart Miss Alice! I never porting: for, when any of these are done and sapped in Swansea: in Wales and toGErmany ure still lives; and the wrong-headed relative II sweep on rear foot. I this dos is a good time t study,up on all practical -

a moment for reading, even i I with me, there will surely h." anothEr: the two constituent who thinks that civilized homeis not get all the grass, we put on farm chatters. 1 -

STARKE, BRAIIFOUU CO., FLA. have afford the money, and I cant: B itcould to whom I can fit in my work. -Sydney; metals are separated.. complete without books, inflicts his II II two solid sweeps and go around again. -The manure heap is the savings

I do hP( 0\11 have good luck )I Iy! Dayre, in Christian. Register.i So jealously is the secret kept that no obsolete notions upon the long-sufering. We get it clean of crab grass and bank of the farm. I any articles art

Abstracts 1"ltr.bAblltra:111. of Title and P.cal Estate Lair a ain't you..made( that hat look Just 1kE a _Some one has-suggested.. that, instead I one in America has yet been able to: couple.As I morning glories before we stop to ho unsalable, fr can not be put to soma use -'

:. funilsho.l! showing every l1e1> new onp' idea of tower lear the process, although one young i this vale of tears could b cheered' or thin out. By having smooth, wel 1- on the farm they should be added to -.
the a
, tent ortsap.and.a.l l'-feu'J maitciRof a\: Snip public Judgment rreoni, and Attach file .yes, that looks something like it of imitating than other buiding worldS metallurgist spent three years at Swansea by any thing except spoOns! pulverized soils, our drills are straightand : the manure heap in order that they may

WwJlnj; 'f flIP of Itoal r:,..taU' in liradford a half-grown girl,just then entering higher any idea be a forking as a common laborer in the Happily the picture and hok-donat our scrapers will not be dodging be returned t the land and therebymaife .
EaiJ of !* > the original adopted ,
I0unty, Florida up to date ol Abstract. the{! room with a look of great discon- f.i -, factories, in order to procure it. A ing cranks are being crowded to the F hard places in the soil. The winter to contribute to the yroductiou h
hole in the earth]
t.nton her pretty face. "I ain't goingDearth of t excavating been a deeper made. present there are produced daily at the "'al and the sanguine leaders of society plowing converted all trash into fertilizers of something better the next seaswn. *.

is dress to school any more thl has yet--,- _.-- Copper Clf mine about ninety pot hope the day is not far distant which, instead of clogging, helps Nothing is lost that goes into the manure

HEADQUARTERS FOR tot.er. (to young man wlu ha SYongL.ady loaves mat, each weighing near 450 when the display of wedding gifts wi to lighten up the surface. With a sharp heap, especially if the manure 1 .

, TImE :Il.\Tt3: 'UR..A.N'C: ). \ivjjy not? askedMrs. Drake. that kissed her)-"That's very singular, sir. pound;, an output which yields an aggregate include only the useful, beautiful, I- scraper wo can almost thin the cotton managed with a view to having it

I "The girls laugh at it. They say Y..unr; 3Itn-.h': Well, Allow my w of more than: 4,000 tons yfn.ie.keCompanion. l ing t'nion-Square made spoyn*.Joseph t<> a stand i the stalks stand half inch valuable !possible beforgto applying. t It .

r..rl'tUnlC', tuiGinbe the Liverpool CQU1Pln Jla4:; mjlo 10opinS .up n1I 14.in It tlit Ialk Jv\4 likuQW1 :I wakl't .clural, ,"-Jk>slou Uu4jv;. I yea.-Yllilh' E1Jridu Ei>ra'i ia i'ucfc, apart and, not in lino of the drill. There. ; the soil. 1-:

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BE11kOFORCOEJhT1TEh16h11t Armed Till) wllli 01 lO.N a! Box OF TIlE of j1ac1ie.WOODS.lie LOih1JIEKE1.! TH1 LEMING FURNITURE. HOUSE };s LD : :-I


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c'OUNTY.FLOCCDA., cU -want City
kRICE.BILALFOILD IFor the Tnii.3flie STATE.
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I. O. \VEBR.Publisher. : rearing of live stock B the most j jnncit ta'wbciI.tbYJfli J1L ; .

Editor and nt fif nil human occupations, fi-i an UU.. .
gool nii
4EUSCUIPTION (( LOO A YEA If. previous to the time i when it bt-camc h 4.

bodes oi: toiler Ci I WHOLESkE AND RETAIL .. ta .
necessity, the tnith was to well storked .hnpv'et1 JOBBERS --1 t ; rcr

Entered Affording to Aft f Ov/m* infif with panic amid wild fruits that their gathering yeJia-vc': pine: and cypress' :nfltek ,;1Ic.t..i

Pout Ofliff.. Marlf. Ha., na ef"tdV.u could lc called 1- .l -
hardly an occupation. :

Matter. Stock rearing gave birth to laws j lands ii' u'ai fl' (. .1aIit Al.vay.keep a full line *f the litcst st\lc i iii '. r.r. nd4e.m"tnatInnan.

A dwistronH fire occurred in Ironon to nations, to civilization and agricult-1- sr. Call on or address, ..f.-r., .. -" 4 .t .t r rrIr.t tI. -' ..on'0 T&I'rth'oiireo 7 *.l_TerU._.

last wrrk innliicli llio cotton ute; but Roseau's saying that 'Gsd and Chiffoniers.
and iL
G. I*. PEEK, atlyatIawa.bstactor Parlor and Bcrccni suites Sideboards -
lioiifo of UT. Kl-pvrsmi was dt.troye no sooner builds ;t church but that the- i- *** ***
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heroic tk tl-f town tlvil rears a chnpel l>y it," holds good l j jcvin Titles. STARKS, FLa. ----- -- -1 ri 'e C r-. / .. -. -
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in this in&titnrcAs long MS stock I LOFTITS
Favod from d.strnetiuh). CLARK
was noting is canied on in the primitive way j 4'iirloiii riiluexe S1au.Sim. Hr-estalilish a Lost Deed. -

of natural the .- of lie c-f the rincuiT cornr, 4rn JUPIPT. CIRCUITor S.t'szUIc Kli nm :wm. ain.lulor.* licet*
railroad It-pending upon pas urea, I ordinary expression* ix ryjAm .. *. 5h.tm.itI.r. MttarU,
Since the advent of the rLuiuiiA. BK\I>F >r.D COUNTY. r.,4..h arSw.-iUiisr ,.
r-c'"l !11
bnr t''mentgi5ck
IiO th-.r.
hcuh-m.i: : to CJiim-ft' s-arcastic unj c'airacteri clJ f '
iie
ncuiis a big territory ; :
euppoit very
Lake; Butler tlinl !Hlile city I is In thfniatti-ri..f tins zipieali.-.n ('f r. M. rjrd.B. I
to I.i. la-id- much bigger than! hes i>lic A l.l of Likt- Hiitli-rL Mij.cXo ." 'of riw nul A-cej
quite on a boom. A jjreat trnt-r :ihc$ or willing I to buy. At.d bet e the oil. a "jujii-r tiger.Then a man val- ea Masons, to re-e'iAblL- .11> st 0 rd.AmanlsE. v

land has lu-en Ia" hiir*<--vprnni'jli they compare him Pitr.,. &;..'*i T'.rn1h .' a.l Sihie Jacksonville Florida.

being rapidly taken tip l liy jmnhasera. lu-nUtn-'ti and tinownerp of the hinds: 01; to "u nt f illin'- jut > a scale: am! weighing !-i.it.m. her hu-.lit d. Vmln IA.rJ. iz.-t' Li.rl, ,
tar h.ibanJit! ii It. I'lv-ton rn I firmer
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A Holid town \\ ispriuj\\ ; up which his s.r.iinuls graz Thi* wjir ha' itself. Ovenluin .1 thing they cnll "a l'r' =t<.a. heirs uf Fiti.1 Vi--rnn.. .. Leieii.*. C irf IcFrmalComi' -
l;( in waged fi .m lime in.ir.tR!l.n.. Tttl-.r. a -a! *ieMil. BISate.V .
hero in a few vcars.An iiHoivtrviil ttk.no'i'i' tint tl..* I*. P. 4V *t rfr< ti ti'i* nn.* nn_* i ll fil aopttfi -*
the lillfr of the soil bus: hnil his light*. I tlii r Cuinpire t< > a rocket \\liieli abwiv-iiiiinel I i>'atntilT. < v/i 1 ::rry to l.i. Ho f-r
H Jii.lj .a.net M. U.i'r. Ju I o <-f th* t.f.re.ail
a 'location fur a man of moderate tramplt'il uiult-r the Iio fMif the jig res- e scs .fI( Ht ()flC'. Those who expend their fouiv.: ut .Iack*>iiil''... Kl-jri-11. 01 .-"iiilay lie

**i'r's Cittlle. The latter i* apt to consider charity on rcmot ohjests. hut neglect 7th li.iy "f :"I.ircli. l .iO. tnraii K-I'-I r.. ..-t a i.' : Furnishing : Goods ; of : All : Kinds.3lattiiigs .
means none can iwIpas Urad- hiniMtlf iiKinnicli of ail he rid i inj 'ing a -rt.ii.i .lee.l ri.i 'o tiv or."* rrane's I'n sr.ii,
r I n i **
mrvi-ys. lantern ?/ T. >rf rTJ' > ; Ls C
their faii''y. an Maid In "hang a now d I < i-:t e l. lntiiii!< it 1 .. April IVn. I.1' t to
ford county. The orange i* A blaple j m.itij* iustur.t.s lit* ii *> rini.ie-il, oppn.Ml L. U Uh-nU-s. II. F. YI-I-IV. M. L.McKii.inj.iiu- s
I l Mve aud dicl-tU.i id 1 toward the man who on n rope; wh.eh i is H-en afar: but gives no of Lal>e I'iitlr Lo'lsrc No. '- ol r ivc aiu! Ai-c j'tett -

crop and hundreds of ear loads of iioldsa iet-d to a pu-cc of tin* stockman', .* higit helow "- IJo&Um I Hcial.l.Is Ma tns. itL.ate.1 Lake Uuilrr. in -.iut C'or.iitvf .- I
UraJfoM ainl Ietiittd cnninit-nemxut ier, b-iiluiud cp ti.e : "P Iii.
the be 4 orange in the Matoaic- "rmnge." I He i ii on* t-f the iinny: jtttylyrants I the) northv.t-vf corn-rot" let Xu.-lOol- t>ai.t Tnwn.leavipir 1 ladies H an lm wiirwe.jwirw!"ir pi.,,.:.t v ar!*a'pinaoncit t' ,'1i-.rn.u end t7ho)r.Oli..t bo! .4_
: who prow a? ti1y cxcrcccin.t-s onmr Consumption incurable? a 40 ft-tt s-tivet. to a etiruer anl th tioewC't

dripped from this county every : bonded; trtof I 1iltry.i : 1 lie tnaUo; UfM1.f! foll'twins: Mr. c. I II. Morri t.fiy-eitrht and oiie tliinl \ :ir.l> to a e rn.r. Caipt-t.s ami Wimlouiirx! los, Rugs anti Mats, Bed Springs

i is lib fell in tin fur west liy fenciu-r -, NttsKrl, Aik., <.MV&: "\4'. ilovnuli thtiHiswiitu si-yiiitv yanl ia corner, tlieiii'evist
The strawberry industry pnxvci and ie-t'inl! 1 v.ird .
filtv eiirlil <>! ; toa ioriTr.thtnot
year. Glasses.
I of I and IrieiKls and Comforts .Mattrt'SM's. Ciockcry MIR! Tin Sets Looking
up other jK-oplc's! laud fr hi** own cattle \\ u' res ii ng. moth st-xentv raiiltoiilaeeof l .'ir.nninir. ,

immense, bringing in thousands of 10 graze uion.| MI'<| in Ficiii1.liy impnvviNhiiii ,piip-ii'-ian-! !>roii( >iiiK-eil mean ineural'le ein. tiieS3 of I.fit Xo 10 in *?ec :JO TpS
; i'<.nMiiu]>iivii. I'.cLj.iB taking Dr. Kinpr'sNcv i if Jiais--J K, winch ta.j; Jet ha< lii-n lost ordestrnvfl.
ii tier pcojili-s Saiwl I that hi o\\ *
his :
dollars the while orange
to .
grower :DlM-'Voi i sor ( 'i>n>>uiiiptioii, am K. M. BVUD.L
flay >;ti i M'iiufu' h pi'-ttiu*. Fr..in iJ't* tiir! l ami ap! | : to U Kiiorn B. I'.RAXMNG.Alfy .
grove is coming to maturity.A filet ol Jaiiu.i: v until hiiv i'.i" '.% i-i'* '< ii'ir. on my ifok ;" firm.am It 5 the lor IVtiUon. P1'.C. A-JI EP.-5 >v. Willow Reed and Rattan Goods of all Kinds. ..i.arep ni'arii! -Ii'-lw".n 'IuhI.'nient 4
j Ii.a! Ii, I-KI: 3ui Trim-t3 X Pi-"n'KTS bhndclean., 1f I- tt.c.IyhPok*
moderate is alilze with fout lire Miil: d liy s'! k ..
man with the most i Ii i..t n.c.;r ii.a'ie' Ro' .

mc-ii. and the d.imnge f >;iu tol.n.d. tlm'.Hi! .! :.--,<. Mj.ii.ii i : v. ..in, ) < itur. Oiiio. ..iys: i ii = TTTTEb =:
means as a start can in a few yearn and fencing i is il.( :; l lul.in ;*. V ry oMn j "ll.nl i : in! '.K.-M i'nr h Dr. lliti 'i New -' t'cijil )1tISttISDy Su !* **.o.lj '
BAZAAR
become rich in Uradford county. valuable hui'dings amd: l on-'i' ir.'> sire I'LJetroved j Di -(*< Mry !i411 r ui' tiiiip'vti.:; I v.ci. .h! viri: of A. I>. 1M >. by the Honorable J. M.Baker. i. ,
and lives arc ls.V:''- ci i v Qa: J.in..ary. 1fktiu
: J u';;t f tin--S.h: Jiu'.i al C'ircuit f.f the
for awhile the l f'tr.-t tin1anect |I tip Ity io<-'. There complaints about yet St: t" .'f irida.! in u MHO* t!;<*r"iii prn.Un int' Dealers) infancy
more -
are ssary evil. The e.cis of any 'vil ; healtli." Try I ii. :.S uiijilo [). ::1a> frcn a> (* Cin .. i (.'oiiiT -f tetitt.r.i; t i1 unit, v. i'laiiljI1i

poor roads this year than any yeai creates a letncdy I then-fn. an.i w who tlruggi. 5 -!; ;. :.- Lii:. 'lu-i.ri? i.i\ ;- \V. h..ilr v'srjinji1 aKa* ziar* K cii* .- 2z=siUPP&Uri
iLl:.i. .nsd V"h ev .1. sLip-mn. r.dm nisfrat'ir -
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before. The fault lies to a do not owt! c-iltle mu&t bide in patience i- \%"in. A. 1 I.t s. d.-ce.i-sed. an-1 t _'.lie tJl Doods and Fine Stationery KCTS., Proprietors,
greai SunuT.Ide Slltincs. _. .. lYEVC.cisia.
when let the sim.iin j 1 w _j --
the day we can SM-S ; ( e'.T It! ;.vt-re : t" i. n-- .t- j.o--i il inter,
extent in the fact that instead of ai.d lot upon and en licit n our Jaiid it"we I Slill i"ry wiather in St1i.yidi', :n>d'I jl'imii {e 1 by. Nsi I .iol! n. i-:.,..,,, ?, SA''AJiriAH. GA.

dime tnt nttfr light*, which I r.ny is net .l. 'l very I lu< l. i iTlif iyV r: t.i.1 on. wan V.MS. ,,.i inUiv :i;>; .: 1
working the roads ibis as u ual so a t-ujoy 'ilcll :-, -i .! .li.-'' i o y tuhl il i-iv, wnl. 11 tirJiSt !
year I itii constitution gives to the l.iiidonuei.Titn cui worn", are jjettiuj: : to ha vi-ty ; 5i'.i.; .' -y ii .'--i" !i. A 1-. IS 0, llie '; sine be- School Books, School Supplies, 1'

the people have but to sit by and TVBAXT OF Tin. woorVIilewecryout >> I>.ui on! str.t'\licities t i ltth :iI 'ay -.ii I ii'otitli anl a t I2IO, &te!
div. i ::". f.tr.-wi''i; '.. the h:, iit. -r ir.d it bdi'er
look on and criticize. Florida ro.ids. \ ariaiust buiningff < )i.i'-.ir; <* 't1J -i <> <-.c.v to put t.ittii! !less- f TCJ's.} I'l "I't <-f '! .' {'o. I t K'-'Ir-f iIiKT ;:l lh7o Musical Instruments etc.

I f li(* l lr.nil I in g'-iieial. vc- are re.uly to admit ,.((iii0:1: ..Ct.tit!: ofJrv '\eaiiifr. -' :. r >il.ein Ii..i il l ,.'jitv.flih ;. ut.: ,. ,, ,
arc the lust; in the world if kept in I batciicuinMui ces alter <-aw and Hi-it tin- ( \\ l-z .1 lmir.f s-i'e. t se :'->!llu! wa<; i'- eii, i i"t. t- .
and The I il"l I hi.M p'JI il: .Ml :iPpnaiv t : reulr-late. t-Ziu: .Ttd in >....! j>i.t if..i.l I'.inniv. '
proper repair and should be kept soa tiling is i in many: instance excusable ; henlnl. i .stliiii.iv.: : They will i.a.o'i iniii'iiiii ]"' r..: t. toit: '.' \-is. '. M ;i anliVJitinIri StaJe.. 1orida
Il would IK if who!** ."
nitx&saiy. a pity it-l; :.''- i,ntn ti.i- v.-ii > I..i yt.y. u< pl.nted irmii
hchtiijnlint" I'niiii 1'ai.ttk-i i I'-
< near as possible. The letting of unor-cuud sections, owiicil I by ih I >t.iu-: [I g a.-l r c .r .t n t- : oi\i.; if .Bradford II
cmild I I I lie ; j Miicois. N.'hi.- : :i.iii\ :-ht'! linv-. wc..i ",4i '. : uds:i-.i! -.f r.urid.x. Such S_ lo i- ivia..e \ ; j > TCT T> c I
n./l ti < -
land .cculat S. OF
d-r by ?| ; the contract for the entire county i h ll.e haiti In l'ai.t!: : lVt S.tuMiV.: lor--ii :, : n of sa d .ii crw.
as pastures. Theie is a li-jiit nna wi in: :: W. T. AV FK's.r.UO'J .

is bad, because it is impossible for way of doing everthin-. :tu>i it is I liiv 'I i h lev. ill 1 It a saw-mill put up here : .?K. 'VIJ.Sc.iji'it.M .:.-:. S1.s eitl Mtster. _

out jgiiiist. S' 'ir.e- soon.; i --. |.>r C i1-r-l *."t.Jan. _
the contractor to keep as close watch wrong way we cry 31. IBM.: i
times a stock man ns-ks yntir pc-mii-Mon I Sti a ii\ -idi' ran Sn'i-i of Jti ivin 1 the !h'jsl J ThUY9 TEkJllflt ND LJO _

JIK is necessary to obtain the best to let him bum off: your"unlenced laud.; !iit.tttI! M-i-tir J and !iin! -l I ns.tk I l ttimin.'ll.inu : i 'XotllT.TJ I I.c

ieuItp. You can say yes or no. but penendlvay; 1;. tli.-a'e.! Sinni! i'i-! viI!! >oon I It fpjjppp
A'1.! "* iV.-.vr A" I .J. A. IVr;!V *, ho'ji-.> inS .
yts. for it is Lard to tflii a *'er.teiii..i.! In- a fariri* t.vn. V.'o wa.it ir-ioil tvaiigeisii' !- i.i '.m.s_ ', 1'. r. r t t- :-. .

-"" Another conies and tells you that: on a .- iieti t. ciiif> luna: The Times-Union rude l edition cirtain day lie will bum .ll lIne Ian.1 in aJ; r 1u'd.t'.l. V. It. ( 'ig i. -. I- t.-.Q----
!It .I kout. tti.tav-ih' j4 ;. .e.itt ;] mi. gouitl '.', i!' !!ii- .' :,:< :.!! 1 KI\i. :->.i ...ier. *. !ti., ic.it -
is "a thing of beauty and a joy forever ycur teightjorhood. nnil l w.insy: ui I t-> >* l. i'I wi'i! '! I I.Pit. cl.iy! 1.-:uvlilh.i.! ( .a'.t *' ',. ri'i- rj-i"!. J'arion '" >.'i-ty. F'-j'ila i : / _

and t-hould adorn the home This man is a ti.inl ; lie r.euri ifers j (!taiagt'. Some p.-i-r-s' hire worth 1.000I () I'o '.' a ''I' a!. I W'l'i. ,"1t.! i-i-r Ii i.o1.;. tthirl'Ia. _

lo help you save } (uir ici.ci** tioii:i Jib I ... It ,, 't Ii l m_ .0 tr-- :, 1ria. t t ( ; ?.t: I'-!
I; ll )
ilT' ioy* :>n Aim-ii l.i! M iriii? :t'l 1 .1 M nvrr,
t.>
of every lo\cr of beautiful Florida, tire but whether you c.m : r. I our hind i> wi-15 tiiul'cnd.I lie, Million t hi ii'.l 'blini.m wli.i i rosi'lt t'Yt.xIS- n i in They want to soli you yonr (.roceries) Provisions Flour :
lliH tiiiniteupon i,
be he a icndcnt of: the t tate or not. the lime or not. he impi-fes I | wiil !I. lurati.l: fcvuii, nod we Iiavo now a l'irn:.' I'n-iit. t'.i.'fl.i ; a1 >-;.L.: -3 \lo -.., ., .-
yovi. And you never Mnji |I.> moralize oilier. nt\ i-jtt-u---: : (Corn aisd i. :
I p '-t 0il'S: Iry IJrar.. :
More information about the state hilt i nv. "Thank vou!" for let hiii : VOhl *.\"U. rft-. Via ': (.'r: _-. r. .1.; ti'-a.iimi.I-'ratr
kccw, as lie could drop his match without The telegiapii line i ii ii r.v. hi ing constructed o" !.h'! rs' .-c'.f \iifn 'i. i-v. of ir ..l! out t.-rn'y .
c--in be obtained from its colnmi.s I S .n. or I 1'lo.i 11. ii -i i-1. Ii ii hi .tpi.I <-.iitiiiI1
giving jou warnintr. Piaht or wioneveti -:. I > i..i t >' i 'y 'c: t -. ih liu* f-lli.v.i ,:| ivi ] They v.Miit: i ;; .'>; y<; u your Dry < ; nail Notions.TIjoy .

than in any other publication of it- lo this iiiau we HUM: out li.it but The ptople ul! iiiti-t tonic to ttlui ardfciltt Y'I--. :: U V I' .. t ; I P... 'f'-l ,.. ,,
t site ftir the .s'.Ui. it \\ ill! .i ihive \ j in.ft i the ''Strsjiij ias'! I. for tlio 1
we come to u ; .n. as : rinnne want to seii 4f 2 t ?
now (CloIiinand
kind ever published. It is a credit Tin. cr Tiir: WtD-: to bi- built 1.4 t ;i:> riin.: I tojzi-il.ir: .il I .1 .- )I.oi; ..-'. i'i.. Hi- .!.. .-v n..iHi-il ;.utits j yii< your FuruMmii (Goods.Thry ..-_ I; -, -. ,.
pEMas '..'iiO-T: ii-ir-.il .!< "I. s-i tI.-4-i h--t 82.i f.:r tl.e -- .
'
l-r
to its managciK, to Jacksonville and Dining this dry wi-niiier, I lh.* <.( in >n :f-. one e ad t-.-i* wh it we e,.11 tlI j.,:, j-.. i ,.i > iv : i' t.' :,[. i..-.. .f s... ; ti'-in in- i ; : -

the woods has been il work 1t ji i-nti\; I Tlu-i <- w'.li In- ;jtr.i\ > i ::itt tin z ut I Ii..j j4- I t : _tt't ,:i. : : : lit'! .t th.- waul 1.. -;>i ; you: jour Hats :ami (Tajis.T'iey ; :
and that .
Florida
to the Mate of : ; 1
anti left desolation and rur-cK i:. I.is !jwil;. I chlin ii on S; ituid iV i i ibI \Ve w nil ;iil i <| I..M. rsu. i : :i l' .- u w. ipi ,r- r f ti! i.i.rtli- .z
| \r.' ; -. ;;.,-.ix'fii.. O\Vi.sItl <: vi.J .
t
great good will it-suit from it is certain. This creatuie is a devil I in Irim in >iit.-e. ; >.! eiiiiie OUt l.i h"ir lit it wjiicli v\ ill:t tI .1.1 ,J ... u-'i iji.ntiro i.*' ; '. ,.-I'lt'tsfv -i tti-. ."- ..it.inii.i. ,' .:.i! o ttat; ; to ll .\ rr.i .vunr! Hoots Shoes --Mid UThey uh'.jer.s. Trunk Line.M

and the highwayman vlo h" l-a pis -, ] I llsem go( -ti. 4. I'' I ii.I I !h'--r: -.v.-i -. ... ,- i i v ';,,;sv. ..i: : Florida I .
It but 10 If
costs cents. vou face mud comnutrl- (.u to Mr.n! I svvjM :. ., i N>< r.-. ; :'i-. 2tl:> r.iI viit to scli '
to your 3 ; *. i t' ... li itu i* ti-.'. () iitmirItrWare: Tools and( Btiilt1iiig I -
Btlts'r I i-.TL- k. J.t. : | l: LllI ) ;.i'iiAL
have a friend who i is thinking of ur.d deliver, is a gentlen aim ai ai.Lt-l Clcctric ;. { to t: tz.c i irv.a"-i.! w t.i.isi- if t \>\ \

the should of mercy compaicd tolhisrruc!. s-ipakicg. I Tb"f! ir.t f : n > ** Ii--imi I 1!iS" < *! IT.II i n t! Jifli! ii. t.r ': i A I*. !-'.;.)'.':.: ..i TJalerial.Tlioy rj ;) rb.hi '.ii ))1 ') i.i
to elate by
coining you cowardly cur, who should IK.Miveii but tin' ai.i ;' : I !:* h. *i. 4 ii lo '., II '.-fiiin I Iul' TuM'u cf :-: >IKintlu i .*i.u.i .v if U rLIhIJLIt1. il. ii.

bend j A : xIn -i.\-. n-: "il Kit:! Ui-u-if nil.ituoto_-ku 1.1 t.r .;: rrn! :" >., i- ivniit to SI l :, n or \Vitis Uti < i ,
him I'll. : 111jriioy 4
all .s .1
means a copy. light il lie was roasted alive in hi> ov.lre I $iil'-rt Mill !I... .-r.'iilo.Ii.i'Mii-.i: '':; Xoti -i-i,* ..'i ..nH ''. > r ; <'s, Agrieulti'.ral !- _ FIZICF1J z.C P. R. : t _
lii : : -. .; i>2i I .ii mi.-' -. *i' :t >ri -i* -A I
i.
The devil of greed has s-i tuk'-n i ; '. ii'.i .. .Znidai'lu ., ( 'ed.-Iit.22 is89.tfX .
pi-- \<\ !> .r.l! I'liMtity 'j'ti.rMii: AI-- > 11119u ;; I.:. Ii IVrtilizors.I ; ,
.
little lais I j l ur.j-tedi-nit: t"-* :i- >. i-\i-t :1 I i- .. u uii-.tins! j in ihi-'ii-v.-n f S tilt-.*, in *
Southern Growth. sefrMon of his soul that for a gain -j.n.-; | i : : ; >L MS S 4
.j -iilirant-il to tin! ti L' I' I- ei-'iin 'd.i i.f Jiniiifoi'l. 1-uS' Cvu .. _
; ; ; < ti-l i ouiitv at c .nTii-
Henry %V. Gndy. tlc: wtJJ known, i ready to sacrifice otlic people's pi ope:- i 1't; t-ti i>* i >itt -s \\ili I % uf li'' "P. t.!:' rvi..i.. ,lj1 '..t't. want to M'li you jour SuHlUs; harness and Whips, in 1 I 11'u'I.v t t ru.nr..tira Ar bfit KaOa
and lives. This cu-s i3 selii',. a l nL, 1249p'.v ..'...(4-5..XI-tI: Ar 5
even \Vi.m-snivii.iul I and hrtit f ( Yiint th"-Jan- ZUI|
)ilor in the of Mime rcinaiks ty the I liver sniil I 1 Uid--'V- I'll I I 1'iin- !
Georgia c< !, course big cattle owner but lives on 'he outskirts leii.ove I ii 11 y 2i h 1 s'.i.i. \V M. F. 31 A i PH c us, !1t tti they want (to sriljnii 4*\ (*rtliiiiy i : you uiav IIt'l. Give thicin nu1 i-i.. l.v t ;ilai! tinHt.irKt .'.ri 'I4.ft4
diJiveieil ut Memphis jre", Ib'i ils, :Sut Ittieuni .tsi'l other atl'tions "'-- 3. I :npix I.1&Iti.. A i 4 4" 335 *.
rtctnlly (M.Ai i Ci uivJu ,_ of some town and haS a few poor cows i i-.iiseil by inijuiii* liiuott.-Will __ a trial antJ jou Avill ? convinced thatthoyvill} sav you money ;n :, :I1 II. r iavey ArAr :: :.y f<, 4 to a

Tftin., off The nuliject of MnitliiTn grow 111.pjiokc which he want to keep in a bunch ner J drive Mal.n-M from the .svsteni UMpr.*- on ovorytlnnjr You buy rud at the same time tftiarnnK'e the quality I I t ,. J piAr I. 3 17Jl 4 tJn'la
: : .% aI It. ..
86 follow : his home. vent as Vt 1: a- cit i' all I lilil.uiil I 1'eveis. .iL
and tiant of ( ood. '
j !n-rti-: an or.l.-r ini.'.c- !hv lb.llnn.ra1e <] ity .;. -i -1 1 1* ArAr EwtI.'rLe j Z a
lu close settlements there :ne always I'or enio I of h Mi I :ul.ieie! Con lipilioiiand iAr
"We realize in Alld'ita tlial; you cin'tiiakc Win. V. ?! ili.h.irs.J! .civ ol-t'u* Coui.tv ( .t11t inI : 'c.a! 12411 lI4I'431a [
j bits of land which are seldom burnul oil. I tlitCI' ion try J'.Iei-trie I liiuers.Kntiie i t .--- I an 1 for tin* Cmnity.f: Jiry..f.T.l.! Suite of riuri-i'i. > Iil.1.r \Vi.thoe.1 .A I i! iuWp

a city out of rrimmcrcia! agencies both because the owneis vnii tlie: gias.to s.ri-fK-iicMi'ju.srautt-eil.I or inmuy I, cvic'siii, 'iirob.itc* iI.ot.r-:. t'.t..I! .'. iiuiirv: CTili.H' :, :: ,t t; :a .' I- i ce-I'L.r Alii.tn'io illlii i t' 4 i

nut even if we lad tlic wealth of Gould or remain and enrichen the land and In.rtus'* re1utilL-1're fji'c' ;'.:ul #l.J"i( I'.fr Imtllo '. :']'; -ml ii'tc in the uii'lsynJ: :is fjiniijist ;,O'i* ; ."0jrrip'.Ar! .t a a: e.. J. Itu .I e t VU pI
<. 5 -ii...... t. n i. iu vjmm .l :. iuim'I I I I a 1' I 1.' U iy r.t 4 40 p
_.yI the glim determination (.f old Hutch. from being surrounded by fields they arc at t1i.lgt"rt{ > ii! .. ... tr.fScir' '! !'.i-7--. lituf < ii I c.u'miTf.f & COMPANY ; r t 11 I f 7I .T-il'A UlVrN. l ie0"
--- -
,' not) supposed lobe dan-reioo.( Again, l''if ) -!, "! 'ta i. sluivt t : iii sjiil r nrti:
,, We must tiy lo build up our cities bvinanufnclurinj ume places are to well sum rounded by i Itrnifc ol Iiitcrrst.I I ,.fI..t..1. :..ri! .I; .I'K .1 :i- foli.iTl.eSKu .' 1) 'r. j'JLv J-icksoniiliv Arj niiiAlil4'Ui

\r ; fnttrprisiti. We had ufuiKThl ponds or creeks that the win rlet iliem I The ('.litms! I iii i It-ss. NII viii of
4 :HT S fioiv) or V. tiy 'i .. 1
in 1'ickens county in our state.- remuiii unbuined fiom year to veir. .ono and riniMl City Tnirire: pt nn-lii *>g --. : anlli.ii. ii i :_ -: .r t ril-! Art m3p
8 tit! orU r 1 > :! M.-1! :.t I-!;Ui: >: ; tioi.t ol ..
lire froai the oiitsiiie i tAtr jsuppo-td l I like naughty ciuhiitii! I.Mther J.i.l! -m. the' I'-i'irt, H Tmvt! u! StnKe. in STARKE FLO RID A.ATTENTION ;.. .; .t; ( M tV.ili; ,1111:1Ar 11 02af 7l5p310p
: which startled us.Ve had in s ,
: one day !n: s 3.) a 7 -I' J r f : i"- ihi ArilOStu 5 !O p
lu such | bliouM t.iUe tie! mailer in Ii ind and iivj.- the :-:i'l i'.n.Etv (4 f itr.icr.I. HM the fir'I'ln.i.iy
dig tinongh three feet of mnrWc to make to nach them. plaeei gr.is.s.bushes H ii V.-.P--I.! A ij). 1-:'". li< ii< tht.-3l (!ayof. \ them httlo 1 leet itre. I 1'erry inner. 9-'t..r
and pine sapling--grow up I thick: a : i'n 1 a r''o1tr; s iU> l.i\. ti.! ufo.iti 111.jei'Uit. .-- Ii :: _, liant C ij 91.a Ii3tlp

hit pave iud \ct the rnuibluftlah that and i link. The demon knows them! all. One of the r.ejiors( V. Ii. > l-itti-.l the lot 'rn'" I )o..5 ii .h-.igit.' To ti.e. f. t.t. (.f '. STRAWBERRY MEN :3 I 1$ I ...UAliHt ) 14 l4iY.o

formed the lirndftouc made in Vcruunt ti "h aud would nHnKi i tisiep.i.lurc ; S'ilivil 1 csuile s.-! I for :!iC j.n went .i. .. -t. -
The is <
Z )
was ground Ar )
tl Wieks has been ;
4uuuii3 G (
at Jes.xiip. i.. .et .i; ago lof ii'iU' 'fsiii e.tato. T..-. :mIs e.t1:. i tot):. Ship \otir Fruit :'iti'l Vi*4itaUcs; t > :1 if Lv it. ,
; the l>iiir
I. mr.t.c Clinic frcin Cincinnati, when time The plots. iH-i'Jg p.iUly cncte! I l by tenct-.s wasjiitlr. < thY. but t'.oiijed the olliccrUIH > j I J.in. 31. 1t) **). ivmri5s orir.Master's ]vJ: :EDEcc: :, tu .'.r Aicl.i i i.% 1 t5i'I I'HColj

or ponds would l kte; l.is cuttle: fiomj made Uivir I c; r Ruonuui A I
vsca' 331i>!.iini! 'n Sit cet. X Ynik
tiiiilirr fortst 110 fett fn w Citv.Hcst I I t) ulr
WHS a m the j straying away for some tun.-! I alter being Sale.Ry S5lf..Ar t '.I.ti h I. 9 lv>

J grMTIyar l ; the i.iiiio Ihui held U lojctherj driven there. It !,*, g vs il.ru* awhile Stt Ii 01.3 Mercurial Poison. viiiui* sia.l i i pusuiaof an oiMrr nut nf rcfcroiKes.nifornintion For >ti-iuis! blanks postal cards and oilier I > i I %vflsTF1Nlil--\! 1O_

the n fnlk. an av.4v. now while ili'i-n-t* <>f I ti'' Jtn..r.tbI' l .Ia ii'. M. Il'.kt-r Jud,. e I.' nil ; : : 1 t.v .InLs..iviIit. ::1 f 7 : s a92l4.
I were inailr at I'utM.urg. the tluth that irn Muiouryis fiwiueniiy iiijuilu.iniiKly ns 'l t>yquacJc oft1.! '. .in-lit Jii'in: Cii. nit of Floti-tn, in mul a'l to W, IV. BALL AIM 1) Lotl: l A t.STAKKB 5 i3t.r 1n1.lwitt .%r :: t'I i
lie
i;. rovcrrd it was ulto nnj-orted i i fuel we I lie g nuid i N so diy! nothing .m stay 1 j (toc'ors inca -'s of !lialarh and blood j .1 i ion. f..r te!: ( 'o-.intv, t.f I'r.i.If.ir.I. i.iTi.l] uVurv 1ie.! PL.\f l"I I' ar t..iL' ( liv tl2' m'Ott

flames. He 1 Mie-ik ah.isu! like :i Miva-ie Us :if:*-r tfTecti-. \\oiti-. than t'uc oiiffin-U j A I D. 1t1> I. i.i ai.i.Usrvliovii IiM: i A. H-it.-h! : : 4'nt: .rII t.a, 13.1 *
1 nolic.-d than Gcurg'u fuiiiislad i.iiilung :.id: 'hop.-, the t.itt ful m it' h I He seetin* Ji-i-ise. H. I'. Ii ilJo'-.a.ic; Hi.j i.l il.iiiui coi.t.iii3 ki--<. <-\n-iitii.\ i-f iSit-! ; will I I anil I tstt:u.q-ut o ---- ------: ------ ---- ----------- ;: tI n.h11 1 : .- ; '.tIti d I lOp
ll a.d .\<'l !f"'i Iii: 4s.. !tt..i is- !. :s i-oiii: .hi! inn ult. aim 5 1l I'.tr ntietIh> i.-t J Z'a 11 ic p
I foi thai funrrul but the hole in llic ground ginning of l his %Vthk-t tiny: me a no mercury but will t-liminate uic-n'uri.il poison V., J 'sOlU i.-l !;
and he corpse. [Laughter.] lie Miiil white smoke, what the rnd will he hehitds f roai tlit: sy*>iein. Wrie; to I.'lood Ualni Cix, tV.. H.I liivi:i r.sre ''.< fe.i J.ints. t lli<> un-U r- Uallory' sNow York Florida Lines ;: :';- a :iiLt t.'r Quir.e' 1.-v' !; a M 10 p
not. but mounts his. pny r.ml -Urf.l. ;. > .] -* -iat l r.i.ist nj'ii.iiiiU-.l 1 ya il 2 4ttu pArflvt: rJtmyt-tjc..J'i 540a ; oop'fr.tuus
AtUiita, la.! for book i-f ccaivircing iroofof i.i
that ctm-ird
him
J ratnc from New Yuri. eou't. in ]iur-uiiv.i!. of Mill I'tt-n uili'.sn'I i . NoI.. T. s. 11)
9. .
it. Ii H.
HUatlj.
prances away. ?
curative itti.e I irniit ol tin ( itt H-m-e ili..rin I
.a
public .inc'iai in ;
his coat finm Chicago his fchocH trom The flame SprealS with fe..rfnl; rnpi-lity Nus.3. 4. 13, S4. ."( :i. hiilv e'eem.tuiiday..
; _
tl.c To-All it MII-I.P. in s.ii'i i Uitii.ty uf !Jrii-
'. r rir.tii i Jii-l.sMi. Tei n., vritt--! : i caught
Boston, and he hnd nothing lo remiud it attack" the small: I siplinj-s. ami L shoot- lonl. 1 t-twerii llie 1'V.il 1 liours of.salo. on ._ :'i_ i-7-- i sr\v.\.Nr.KnivvirifT: r.e '"so
malaria in LouisUin. H'I.I when the f<*\ or nt 1 :st
: Momii.V. tlwI; I il.iy of J.livti.! A. I>. ls-:.l.tl.c3iit' : :
t.ilU-V : .fokSIIlVitP: :
like rocke's' from them into Uie < n-s; : AIDIVJ8iO*
him in the malt woild of the state he broke, my systi'iu was sit'irateilvith puisnn, <* l I.<-ii. a IcfMl s.itiilay.: tl:t* fullnwing Kew; York Philadelphia Boston and Florida. ; *.i);> 1 MVi'.v l.ikfCitv Arit l'| 5 P5A1'Ar
came finm but use' marrow in Jus bomb and fiom them i into ih:* tups of gmwntrees. a ! A noise liUcutroup of charging \V. .1. ci: til .tn'l lh,-t1t.t r. o-ti ,-ti. !i s wi o. Jrliiiiilit l'O.tlO-i.lptr ULlnra Lr #Ia
an3 the thilled blond in his tongue. I got two Ii jttl.P B U. U whioli leae'irimy < ? il 1 to l ili'rn il-o tn !
veins. [AppiMiiM is heard black smoke hides the .1 su'ije.-ts sii< c : utiiiTiki : -
C'lvalry .
tonrnpcr.lniouli R.1 luatlc :v itrw man of nnb t H i i'l I t y I Ii.- ili-leniU.ii: W. I If. Sailing From \ 2' W ti: ? > _ _
.] We innrie up our minds that EH him. the thames leach ap, :rcitly lo the Kivi'r-.i-.iii3! I I'll: s..i i W. .1. Os i-c n :,n I It t- !JiCI'.
state cnuhl rutci-itl with eh shs As the hot air gm.s upnani. cold meWin. t.i I'. < >MI'en. hi \\ili *. ili-ti t ti 11 tsintlii? iausesitualiil No '> > >. i? Xf>. S N'o. 61
MI fum-i-il nic'imo'-d, At'ar.tr.: Ca,. writes: Oy 0"ii 4.1'JaT.T J-u-Tjsntml'e ArSf.On l a'
air tu-hvR down to lake Its pi ui: *. sn now h ii sai i On'iitv ol i iJr.nif.ird anl I ilisnlj I '' p
We ulh-d it u. cling t< ir.uke Atlanta in- tureis! wind to assi-t I tie! d.-nmi in liiwtik. wife coulil luii-Jly s-ee. IncUirs ChIc! 1 it pyi'1'liii.iriiis. eil t 8. t.il.iiw: : TJS--\\v.. ln'i o! t.onorinvent! :! It-! > a <6 ":'l--yr KftnTtTlini. J.v 7 15 a J05p"

dcptitUnt. \Wfiuud that tvirylliiiiKw I3y the \vin l tintieia an I II.IAHsihend Her e> es v .'i<' iuailieaiM: ii Lion. 'I|iidit oi.*r: -I'tiiiii..IK! u sdiitlii.ist nn. in t'.viihp ti'iiaii-r!: : Sven jf imiiliwisttir s i'th .1 WPN DE : r.;. C.O.: I1.h.iv.; _ _ -.--
JI: 'pta. 7:5'i: a.tn. traliis tor ?'i IT,, Attnnta.t .
on.
1terLp.hie fuilfl. :i h>- lia-1 1.1 l i. *r jn'ii'sami
r iit-td wutiviirie i Is-cw litre. The shoi < of the Jl.imes totiti ie\v ti.:i.ennd ) -, p-n ia 'e I we 1ias' ro .fiinin; on--hiunl ai.il \ | Mtit?: U. t_ ? f'iIeIflflai I. I.. uk't ih Na.hmviIIe.
soon the lire maik ulong a fence i- boi:.---. lltr KiJi..t-y- v.-cn* Oera.iptJ! at-! >. twit iy ic < < uo b i- (,r !k -. 'iinusish.. i ien jmrc'idsV nX-ii.'onpiI 'illi-n tsnirtli ami wtW. iit th

wr f.re. the Utlse slept in. the carpelse rcr.ched. Some women nnd i-h.lilien saiidtheie : anil Iii) < UH th ji.it.at?: *,;.(' c-.iuM curi'J. JJoirtor'GiUain ji.% I. rui .tl ,,. i.-g.t; .': Fk.ri.ma IaiIiay rrrives.T.o.lst'n.jit.
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tii4l t to make :i feeble rcMs'iiiici'S hat i "CIiiIIItIItti D. I'. 15. vlik-h *.: < u.l n. :1. 'S->\ Sjioelil: M.istir.Notice' STATE OF TEXAS 7T a in: New t'':: 1 j., .-in.Teanlixpree.ar..! h Oa ri.. s1mnrtstsrct

wiihwtie in.tinifiiclun-d out of the itjte.We boots iljf-evi-iy chip, cveiy splinter, ev until li'-r lualih w.ii i-ntin-lv ri"-oie: I 1 I. Cuptitm Williams; ,. <|i; -Ici-t litiftf.- :,:ttitul Y*.>s.r no.
K. 1'. 1!. J.ir.i-s. Atuitd! < ; _. wiite* Iwi< ,
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tie liunuU I luiii ll.e !"i-is.t -i ti. JTtjt -. -> LI4! SI-A drtciiRo. Tr.'O it. in.
made nothing in .Atlanta and di I In---.
troulilfiJilUe<>|ipt>reolor I iTiipii'ins. ifaiiprtitr. *
an-t -:I3 i. u.. li i ( .>!]! ; Jhroic-l ti> Tfcortja.vi'p. -
very Cal th bums) Nothing fan lesist the pain in back. a< liinjc i j"int-, l.c bt o-t on In- of San ? (
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llmt we bad lo to \\ork and ,ivtAlhiiita City Antonio : -in--.XasJjv! !c. Si I.ouK finI -
go { iii--ii. t"s -f hair. tlirn.it.. and first :ior.d-y il i-M day t t M.th.. A. 1). 18 0. in
hot breath of the I ho udeming. aniri t hiring > < :*< r- pat : Cit.ii.it: CIuE.ip ILr.'i a'l poiins :';uu&a ml 1 Vest,
u i.vw !lciit.c of life mid nuke lurth'ill jienouiiisIi Ii. U. put my sj>tein inline trout i.l t:h. C.mrl llmi-e dour in Strike.t Bu: < Mptiiiii \\ ildcr. I Arrive >
i holociu I The ftuee i> on file llii I ford rior'niit | r.t 2 :.V i> m. a:- 7 lfl a in.

with a new gmwiU that n.u$ come dead sap trees in m ihulielil are on Ii re,ILini. et_, iUi n. The t'ou l.nd-e.ty. i? !'(} c-.-t I. rs; ..it th Stoke and s p inii i >. ii-iv> l'vrvm'i Uii i 0:1: .i-riv: t'! of r tin Ic Lt- .I.tokso'iville: 0.3':: ) a.m. j 1-0p I in. 3htL l! :: ii! }: %;ip s f-rr.l'iH.i f4Sontlh

aud maaufuctoriesunddircibiticd spring up rvciy wheie in I ihe tii'1.I. and tin- .. FOR TIIR BLOOD, Lnwtey rnzI. att 0--. a |I.iy almat f..J mile south ut 'ii .tiii'. nftliM Flnriil i '*. I'nl (\: IV-ii-i-n'; : l Utilroil I from all |oinis' south, n'r'ivf:
from workshops half-roasteil men und eli htireim ui-liI Weakness, Malaria, Indigestion and Law ley. 'I he boil I Li:,; o the lliid/p t' ill be !< i in I IVi-iuiu-im-i 1 1 ('>::.(mt) p.m.i \Vi.lm*<,l:iv. .nul -.i) si.in. Thurnd-y.! nnkinsfonnei'tSuu.SU i -. i'i-lit <.'_tv. .\ ru.i.t( :r r,.c.) : hanji.Ill.S I .1 I'.tjr.
I i I pSouth.
iudustrJc Biliousness lakeBItOWNS out i jitiblMy to tie io".v-t bil Idtf. The liojilI nin-wi' < ; iini siriivein Now
; i. o'riy. : York
I I panic-stricken ami In eat hess to ::ve I the >:I: PIStoi; sit Mnti<1avsur en p III 1.otni. &.t.r.rtt ttur.iwh ror:t I 1..tnt
: > IRON BITTERS.It the
I Suj.oin.t-nih-iit.- to ail
Mte iiglii reject
"I HIII nut going to loie you with thc buildings: if p's&ile.: cures quickly. For sale by all dialers inuedicine. I'lus. Sj'vciruat.o.i-: niilii e on C'-.iu t h"iise I L '. -. -. .u living V/nhii-sihiv i-v< ii!:., .< iii I be taken IMIO of al ianl' xtciiucr.I.IVK Ouvli. ( ,: i.t-v. !.. 1.t et.t:. ':. Tavarrs. forKnlu
I Ti-rjin.; : rii.:*. S I iloi-r. M K'lIKDULi: TOR FUBIIUAHY
Mark Twain lint Ihtllames 1 bum Oct the cenuine.ic J. JCH.VS, : .
kUti-qticB nUlidUfh, ai bay*, koep on. hwy dty aud T. .. Arri'.cV :>t tan i-i.
i I" -!lm. Ttli, U9'. I'haniiian.otiie .
Mnfulics OOZe ont of me like ottar of rosiK'Ut and jight this diy weatlur. 1'onds and .zceu ( / Persons NL\v Yun.t; ". ''r- IlN!: LEAVE FEUXASDIXA.li at 9 Kniiiuina 0 a am t ..ui..' -i ty.l ,,. c.P'ttCTI

of llu* <*llir. [Laughter.] I cant help creeks aie diy. and tu-iliini. stops( the flu* AM those troubled with nervousness resulting :\ to (Cretlitors.1OUin' ) 1'I i.b.v. .l.uiuai3. .. . . .9 .' IU :: : . .'fhititsIty January oF'dilmv. ; fur inmv ititt.tu.'i.' '* Macon.I. iiv"Atlaafa uf hrun'wickil.iliv <'!iatt*-

The demon is probably aiood! (I) eli iirchimneniber. from care or overwork will be relieved by takinjjBrown's laiitl..Iy :) t . S-I'. I l I )I. I\. ) . . Thiut stbty Februtrv CF'i I.'t't. Lnufiirir. ru-citiiia-f, f:;. I.t.ui aud
\ that in tigiil the koulhlus i:; ( iCUlT ; 4T1 .IL'I'IUIAL CIRCUIT : t.iiao.
mentioning years and-next tiny ( uttl.i: ) he repairs Iron Bitters. Genuine 1lALIo1I I : ) 11 iti\ i- LAIUDA.IN i.lv, l'i'I.t mmmv 7. . . 1l1() (, hAhF.. . . :m1trsuitm F'el.itiary 13Ft I C 4 : in Arrr.} rn.tr f1 : p M daily

produced $323.000.000 in matmfucturtB. lo his church. He UcU timnktul to has trado mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. liiASCrllV. i liv. F'd U Iii I I 4 . L .1 1 F ( 'I. i LX A. i . . .I.hiurtilty Febi tutiFi'iilay I e'iun.tUI p "). -<'u.Vifi Mz'iI 5lalli-ry no.1 Fxrrc-M' ti-aiiifrt 101NcwYtik.

and I.HS now 220.000 hands ut work the Lord that he was nbe! to put out IiiejesterHay Notice. V.'M T. Dix-i- UR(... <'. :.I, t'i hI Ii .1 1 . . HIt ) ( I A N ) . . . F'ebriitr: 7F tI-I : 53)ay.t.

who idle ilgh I find without h-ivi..g tn recieve a \ -. uilnv. 1'ehruu: 2M . .- I .'. L ti I . . .. hurday 3ai.it[ 6 A. O. MacDonne.lf
were years ugo. load of buckshot as pay. I lit; should fei 1 Sir vre<>ks after date I will apply to the Hoi 1 IIilU Is V.'. taWKAT C! at. D. E. Maxwe!:, a p. jc. 't' A,
that the souih ruisfil $150.000 uf products vety happy imleed. w'eie ii suit thai heheais oraMi( Win. F. Mali>!mrfl. fount Jwlgeol ISrad- Win'! *-.. Ci..h! r.i.il dy MiMieof a decree of |-.(-ent rat infoi. illtif>n :, t'I|i'-v UJ > o n .'! : ter.
ford IVunty.. State ot KluiiJa fur I.t-t ters uf sai.l Court ;in ti.-- i-l toti'.1t' l C1010. Ott (I.e:t't 31. s I'TJ.JIiJ, Arnt tTV.'est Car Street, Jack,onrilli> Piii N.l Penni.ngton: ,
last ) car which fight year aco the had to sonic sabbath-bieaker tilling lreein > .t,1imministratinii nn tli3 fstnte Tho.iuis siais. day -) Ji unary A. 1 1.ii. n. Cn aanii cs: at .I-.ck- U HI :52V, U-n.f otUi.t-r t. Fen.aud.na. Fa i lr.it\u- .'!...i.jcr'r.gfci _
TIRe touth i the distance. lie menltilly consiirns\\ \- late of Bradford Oiuuty. ti.-.-eaett. Tl.i the -, ; vi'le, t.di'ic.l.I I wln-ifin I ..: 1 wl.ci.v! all j>< r -
send for ntid buy. noW C. JI. 3IALL UY&Ci> ( -:: ..M; V i'iits Pici0 E. V.KEY&OO
*twny Mtiner to the tlauie ol h.i.U s.V.ukl la- Ollh day of J. nu iry, A. 1). IKK) S..'1.5 ILtViitg rhli,4: agai-t tli-.i.fenuIot< Tit inns .,_ U.,- pii'tj

raises HO.O X.0'JO jnoie bufhe'.sofoin feel bad If he knew Hut s.tid sinner had M. X. BLAKTOX. \> Mvi-atur M-i to l lie .21 I day of March -_-._-_- __ _._ : s vi vi
A. Ii. IS-.H. nit it-'iu.ic..i lo niauc pi-oof of the Iam.4.1 ,,V ti Ac
than flic did light \cars ago. which means to cut down burning Mip lues t to-day tothetk siiino -fiiiv i.e :..s s; i-i-: iujqt in ai.l c.ui-e. Liat r.) _.t iff.T'KJ .
that ihcicliy thousands ol dollais! ate 1e1; the liu that the denn-n stalled vs- Tlit ivl in i*. tl.-' :> TOI.-.I'fy .111.1 nilainiiKlia, : ;! s-i Iii - ----- -

terday? It ho did he wou'd have a con- |>'- M>I-. c- c.in ..s aaf oI i.'tjl. han.x I I'l.iuus irIciiiaMN -
at borne whirh! formerly went Cst ( :;< ..f.it-.iil I ti i>ritHt.. t':'II Ui t. f.Jr l.-.i.
science, and he has none anj i.r.e ti't'' p.iconDrlxr., 'Iloui.its. ulie 1 u ih I '."> "r4" v nr-'iV*
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\Ve hope that this will be taken iu the day uf Maieii. A 1>. l-4), lliat. tlid l.t '
Tc9dIcrb' Association al Oraln.TJieFli .itne iny sTTis-v-IDD:1 1ST. 0.5 V- z: j-r1-- - .? A'-*?**
spit I it i intended, whicli i is I lo cx.mrt t lho.set r. ixirlci I liy. ir.e tllu- s ill C-nirt ani iia\ 1-c L-l',,i/f ; e:. r.J. --j.t
ida state IVachcr Assoria- ink, u iitn;. rm.u' i:> ll.e linal -Jnittlitrtiii tj :: -
< use caulion who put out iiie. No'j'uly' BZTTE' I l-e Ij u.d (.i.iii't ii-i-tlrf'e 1 I D14ILLIIN I ) JOIIRERS IN I ---J.- -. .. ... .. -.A
thou will i ouvcuc ia OcaL ou MHfch 5th will de-y ltntt '.t'y man tan hence his land ii. r. 'ionK.SICeint .' '

nud continue iLroiiib. the 8lh. The |no- if be wishes lo. aiid it 1 i uiv ou.icrslinul.ido are those put up by .i.ttrStuhn. PURE NORTH CAROLINA HAND MADE .:. 'I.e. .I : -.,
L sO. theie woti'.d be liille lue rai.ge left IIILFERRY&CO.Vho 11).. Feb. 7t!., 1-9'. I --: -
will be the roost intertbiingan pinc-
grin \ the Largest
are
in the Mate. Meuher: will an\bodv dpule --
offeied. It is iSMntiulllmt Seedsmen in the world.
tical of ally 31! that bunr.ng oil the iin s ii'juies the D.M.l'rRKY&Co'sBeautifully CORN WHISKEY

eely U-achir nud t-cliooj iffciT IM Jand. anti llns llie HKHiic! at Illustrated. Descriptive

jui-stut ilII engage in this uipotant imtl- the lime i of I lniirg.I ; Tliels>re I hi.- it..ch nd LUMBER IS ADVANCING. L. rASKINS

other audi mull should teel l tlltlilv'U] for I plivilrgi i : ED MWLMLbr ,
and gather from i-nch cxjxrieucc APPLE AND PEACH BRANDY
ing of pMfltiiiiig: i lii; LITin! his iui 1890 will be nulled FREE to all Saw Ffsils Steam DEALER IN
and WIM'.OUI: as each may hnu alit! sluuilu i eti.a M r-'v the. ki ti.It.e-s applicants, and to last season's customers. Engines, I 4.

from his or lui OT\U jtculur luid .J aii leiist so I lur s.s lo WIHI tile latter wheij person. Uii usinj!belter Garden than ever., Flower Every SHIKGLE KILLS HAY PRESSES And Sol-j Propm-l'irs of tin eelelir.iU'il. 'KEY" brand of old-fashioned I Drugs & Medicines

j he iiileiiiib to mil t'te: II d Field SEEDS should! send for iuD. ,
work and bj coliiraiibon leapa nu-u (.t put nny.'iie < or HAND .MADE: CORN \'chIIsKE11ackk1 in cases of I Shirke FIat
tiii-n 1 0 aceiiinul.i'- Iii:ti.g 1 l.r I Iw-iiies.i M.FETRYA.CO. etc. Ssottles. ,
good lli'.i-s* for futjuc use. DETROIT, MICH. Ii.you v.v.-ta I'lna-cla*** Saw 71 ill,, one dozen!
railroads will upon Irs own laiul. lie liz* :i light io !h. IMiysiciuHs; Prescriptions .j

It i i' oiMi''It d ll.vl of the two i--.t> a mile, so. The ln-st way to keep I !f llu- .i.Cil.tw t ti.l i..rC.ttziI..m ut to.L Lowest prices furiii !ud v.i ajijiluMtion, in 'jnantitics to suit put'chasers. (..tPff.!,'! (Jiips-iiuJctiaf all hours-daV gq 1j. ,

i ,n S.L.iii.jti.iin. i1C attcEi. ile *j' 't tun tiling-* into the ,n\ur..!. I II. S'ttrquhur Co.. ( MU.) York, I u.jllil iT i'oi're'pnndenee
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It.t | BRfiDFORDCOUIjYTELEGRfipJ( [ How lung until street workin". :i \'. Ilackett an.'l : i ii .

I : town? i I : \: ::, arrived in an .JrT.

'lI; SHIP YOUR: J Starke-) -Fla.--i..eb.i89- ---- .i j 11.1: Parish 1 has; opened: a : 31iI I I'aekett: i t | the : :

II the lra'l fort! I
-_._- --- I I l'kl. in town. i I Co. i ii ) was Read

-U". '1'. A. Knight/I I iuiprov. I'i! : .. .\. Hopper, hue I

; FRUIT and VEGETABLES Local affairs. I I ))1 sutilt, I'an farm. l !. t, 1ms: nnule 22 i MiiJ' .

I I OvsteisatIeacharn's.. I I The town is full Of .. I: meeting in I I i ,"

L Tvj men-a for lie \ i f ". (\-ntor. who I I '. I
The 3srges.t block ot hoes, rakes, hCOl hotels. ves. !;

forks, spades, shovels, etc., ever Stiawbernes still I i : kly visits to a j -.
; arc '
shipped I !
brought to Starke, at J G Alvarez. l'- : hie.* from, I ,-( them owing ; : THISClosing
j BARBER MARTIN' & Co l quant Staike.Orai \\ifu. lIe \vii! I : I get
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t.IJliI
A line candies and h'AKI
cl'ack-j :: i re trees are I bloninini \ :' att; Julia : :
er* at Waller Wills. : II I 1 8 nd '
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Floridaill!
CHICAGO.References 30() ('i--- : isi 1"11' sale chea I be a bower of iluvi .\. [Un'I'I'r! has: ::. j of

Centrally located.: Apply to .N. J.j I N. iJ. ..Jones is tioint; to lav a } '.;'"' Ilt"l' 1Iltil I ,"ii. I put

I muitwak: in front 'ofhis I If ', ill .
Jones, Starke, Fin.: : ; store i \ prt.ic-h ; ;
I any (%.t>iiuorri.il Agency, ', t'a1'! street.II. '1 .Sainlay!: (' l tli"-I .'

also IIeilicrjer c lihajtJ! 1 iusrko Fla. good A beautiful and% cheap% also of l fancy a new matting stock of, .\ '. .J (G. Ah'al'l'7 will <,'" to : h:11 ',o tpe: ; (;ts i SALE //1 '
r I : ;'{-/"UIW\'Itly. I I i
furniture for the) holiday: trade at I Voile I f a very short! time for j r t'! of nu-ctinirs I 'AbGolut.ely Pure.

.1 G Alvarez. *;,rjt.tUI'1.! ( ) vithI I II .. ... .. ,
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"' e'vt-in4: \ .- Tiiis T'J v: '.pr ..i"c A nui '1-1 '; i url'
Georgia 'list-proof) seed oats at C4J L IVek awl I I I *: '.' v'11 '.' I \. u : .. j-.. -i More t"'I..lhL' : and
Mnxey: pai.l I It.a Our Popular
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TatePow11 M. D. ;* ,
Trnby, Siernbnrg, &; Co. insr visit to tlu-ir muiher'in (nl'tJ i I ; out "fviijifriii'iM: ,i w l,1 tits.1 hill iitu-le i>r Iv.t.. 1r.1 .
favorite: of I"I1l1 .11"n we'. ::'. ,.:.ii'J r i>:it-.' ;':"tc :W'J... jj.
tllYSICIAN AND SUUGKOX, The I best I line of ladies'! and gents who is quite Mck..Mr. I p'lf.in:. lii- ne\v .'HV in f; d',. Ito aR1oZ'ETt COVa .. ill Wide Awake Dry t 1

shoes, rubbers, ..tl'., ever brought to : i U. I .Miner has 'Vcaicd '! \\ iii I I i ') \ !! srfet. :S'cw_Yet :_ ________ '
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JSTARKE, FLORIDA. this market at .1 G Alvarez. je\veiry store. (pile comfortably : lately p'ni-lijsed: ; :;: 1 .! .\ Fli'iitc ct fit ?Itli-k t'nrin. ,1 Goods Merchant is \ :
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-- A new stock of clothing at \Viiko\ski store.Mr. : | t111:1I".11..1 .;- LIlt Tu, s.l.y i !:.oruing i a .sm.-'l I jnriy o' .
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.r DR G. F.'CEHTERr .T G'\\'an'z.! : i Mil Dei" the 1 i I I i.I'rt' 'III .s. .i.L.I.. ; \ Starke: pur-lf: : I.t.t.u!! of Mr.l .i:>.t Mr>. henceforth going

: Office and Residence 43 Julia Slr., Jacksonville. Imported brandy at ..A I\'al"'z & I box at Trnby Sternlmrg" captured it ( o. ,: "\i-iy you.i'j; !:ian: : one' -1 D. Q. Cole: Dr IOtI.1JIS I : t II\'iIl.Mr"l: to Slaughter prices
Addic% .J)r-II 11:1. MrT! .V. "
Liddon. Ij j
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Florida. !del l the I number.M's. ;:1 I
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$
lucky l"i Jl.istcij Gu----e 11.111.t \I'. un111'; $ :
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J. G. ALVAREZ, Oysters at Aleacliaufs.Fine : : : i J. :\i. C40k who has 1 been I Ithe : I 1 III'\.-'. p-.p-eey: The: linest> I I M L. Ji'hn5ind! I .M.t-t-r Tlie.. \u: t't'.ih"l ill .
}butter and cheese the
at Commercial I Hotel I iou :'\ our I 'isd wif and I Ita-.stI.! went t'> Si'iipionTity
'I' bro'iyhi: : }here I I i
IN EVERYTHING parlor grocery, kept byV.. Wills.Potatoes months has returu'd to New \ '
DEALER ( 1' : I his i new store. <; : for a d.i i\ > outing.: :1'1:1:1 1 !ill'n.lim'l WOOLEN .
?, Onion i Apples, Cabba eelc. this they did l.avo. Auhla/; ; the: :
Read article indis. advertisement
our : :against: < S' 1
' .AN"D by the barrel at vitlterVil1. and I lh'cmssjiii of the! '::'ii.-id I thel l:' rsiswere
1 __ mat burnini of the; woods. I It \ ; ;;;
L i Examination. picket I t. t.i-! 1:111: pits and allham's DRESS
COTTON BUYER. New stock of dress goods at do \ oil iiood(whether) .\ on are h u II : : ..'. I ill.iiiuivlire', ,, i an. I lurr.ed. Io'>se I., das 1 thev pleM'td.Some : .

.f G Alvnrez. or rlU ruueu. | 'IS l>niu.> !il friiiii: Ta A-i.l t.'ok ;j" ih.' !)o.is! niul tried! fir the

Just received a lint assortment of Aiviitv. W< I to I tinny o'ies' tiers! strolled! iK to view theailjiiiidiisr GOODS.
THE BHftDFQBD COUNTY BANK The \i I( ntll\! I Unlit-tin I the 1 \\.is l.ioa-i.t: ).- murk! t irisi while others foundc.irds
hats.
c. nobby immigration: paper;: i is l'u 1 of : for mi .t \: : t and} "::nti'5 pe-ismt! luiuiSLincnt t --- .
S'l'AHIi.E, FLORIDA. Trnby,_Sternburg & Co. esting Florida matter.Mailed l -- cx-imin.-!'! ta:i. ;;:. : r II until! the din!.cr hour an vtl. 'ii ir. u'. 1.1

Alvarez, &; Liddon are headquarters : ; l11,11'I', : : <,':\i't-i !fl Isai. i ; : I thi P.t-k.; nil I'-jm :ar Jt'Ii! t-suto: mm and} N. J. JONES
Hanking IIU .iUO. :. to :tny ', Muck
Does a General : I..r tt :: I tli": Bi-.dior1; ; ( 'UIII\

; Fxcbange bought an ; Pansy, published i by -
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Uniled Stales mill Finest hosiery ill the ('ity1)11: n.. op Services. 1.) oi :0. e : *'-,111.1 it ieh phi'i'ed t'. dlf-
cities of tlio Lothr ij' Co., IJoston t ) i i-L !t.t: II t i '. "1I-\ I Il1wrl''I : I such '. tii-.l we'ks.was .
f" the lowest I'ril.at) J G Alvarez. ft-i i-it: 1"1'1"[ Ui's j, tv\i>
: Europo. I little i magazine: : for children.; ,' .\ I'I isciosingout
: : at GauicbVilli-: tip; ;"iij 'rieeti. ei iipi-ti-Iy! covering
K Collections Promptly Attended To.t' Yon ca:always buy the brst butter I 10 l'lIt1'01' sample: cnpX. \. !::' -> this i-vi-nin.ir to ; i I Ito'z IIUI.o1! \vih a licauiiful growth ot
and cheese at 1 G Alvaicz.You I about three u.chi-s.: In spite of Ihrdrytii
umllEOS: SOMCITI ;. f. .Tones is i'. I Iu1 i niL--i,!) for I i\i\ tli-
01Jn ;\ ; selling city : i >-.e we are ha\!!. the muck I mil imo his stock
J. 31. S1UULK, Pit 'i. ran: get anything .yon.111 I liuh? .iloni .Mr. Joins sa\s; he )t : ; !::: '1'1'! Eop.d!: ;: \: \ .si :al.dlll IU1" suffer t by the: dmutii.J'he big ,

' 1 at Truby, Steriiburir fc ('o._,_ t'I1:11: :a better invstim-nt; iii !! '>' .,,1'.' iiivlte.1 in : I""! I is |'!!.i.ti'ig t'.nisidfn'.lit'j, ': I liird tosu

, X. W. HACKKTT 1 CasV.UOA1U A car 11urt'If lJr cheaper% : : -:: -.' of J. L. I I w-a :;-r e..iii; .I'! .I other ('I u'p. 0.t tin-! IIp11':1 -
: ___ .:dverli isl2: : in ihe 1'1:1.1-:11\1'11.: : || ; I ; of WOOLEN
-- 1\1\.1 h i is Doeti.rr, L.tast. .
.t lllall"l'r at J 1; AI\ II"l'1.. /' side: of the (
! ) OH ROOMS.WANTED Tax Coll.-ctor I Hale I ; will I ; III Uif IJ.ijdi !. I : (; ..I in's 111111 k f..I'm. I fully" lart'1I5l'ul.Pl'l'k's .
'lJillln'II'Oolt'li huoll1111 I I t : .:* > in. [ | : ii:'. .' 'and fenced; with
> 1'\ I and "i'e1dt'f ;
-A few Uoardei: S on St.like: visit \la. ,.
..:aqlll'.. at .J (G Alvarez.Cedar one more f re t hat- a neat wire fence. The Doctor h.is to.shov Dress Goodsregardless
reasonable or will let Room, books close! fur i Dou'i I nave been /
!' terms l i l.sb'O. ('). 1 liisii u potatoes p'anled SO' days. I Ihnt
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1II1illl'lIi )ht'd. Key ovsters t Ires'n everyday I .!- .> !utu i 11100111
;: either furni-i.ed or : :in\ longer Jo pay) your tax, or \ WlrClIp mid s-J-i'idin:: four im-h js above
:il .Meacham'.s.: Leave .\our (11I 1- i: K.: I' \\II.l..f Tine This! iiiiuk land
Call on or address may: have to J pay the cost et : tl.e giiiimd s.-ems ;I>
4)1: : ItS. F. B. .1 ON ES, ders.I t i.'i lug. : : by) I the lit roll '{.) Ii; e s'attd; t t'.ie: .1 llII lll1 I littler than; any oilier of .

Laili rihbed I .J'r-I'\-IJltl"n.l..t I K:. : ; % Ki'.d and w.ll dispose of >-irpiiis: watt-r
FLA.RIVERS e. s liy -v. ; i
;
isrAKicic, : Dr. Po..Ukl.. shippul so far ; t nlcli .' ithi ut any trou'tio: : Mr: B.dk-y! is c'ear-
low at J G.Alvarez. 1 hei '. the !
were ; :
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r & JOINER) very Stonewall Jackson: ,-Old O.ikenIiucket si a-i in 174 I bushels of liarden: ; b was ill: the : ( : as ingaluge it is I r1'10.! tract :1I1111.' cHi..d plant i iI'.t t 11:1';ietiit soon Cost !!

I and Old) Valley whiskeys I besideli.u: he !k' .s sold at ., ; sn.I.K.-House was what: I full width: any farther I llr.n ti tht! r..ilroaiitnstli. : .
.
r-UE.\.EH"! 1\ I lie I only planted; one ptck. 1 [ I but t"Merrimack", i is tar belowpulii'ii I -- -- -- .
S ah\I\olllalllllat t '' biiil..i! g. tIal .

Shoes:7 ,\l'\'ari/ it Liel.1,1'I'll fn'Batin"; liy, Mts.: \\Vihv- : : eUji.;::. r\ciil: lar i: ful s .If .1 mi't nw.iy tromvhcte and culling! 'uit" a t.irle pat'.i:i.Tli" i. for Ilt'r.I I T., nuke rnuiii for my Spring

Erats ,' laru; --i >!I.. Iof Iii)t5intitk rakes-, sjste s, late; fixim \III'a": ( "i1 v. ( : : l-y li.o:. lil'.:. : i ; r.iilro-id: t t o np.i.iy: are pushing ti.! 1, '; u.-k.: I widl: ( exeryftnl of my .'

:7 forks, ('l'., l''t'r1'1'11 in --t l :ll kl' '. ni''bthe_ 1'est tailoi: system, : li : : I 1 tnt a work apidly.\ The hack! is laid,I tv-I..n'l. \\"... ,!/' Ilt'e'a 4iiO I 14 regardleu of L.
; CI I lay a nejiro! ; to and a l.ngt-; Joice of IrimU are busy t
I C1othiJLgr J Alvarez.. all woik neatly done. Cowor ;: )' h .
\J\d'lltI and; I I s-rai : t ,);t. 11
!: : ingitul; :lhening.rt
-amiGents' 1- 1:11 :and ( It'l'ryli ('(1 1", iStarke..Mrs. I .
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()\>lers, flesh oy..tl'l' at her :a divoic: I l-y impsoii: : l I) propt[ hi.t' not y I irr--'A r --- ,
! Goods. yead.amV. : i I n. C'ole 1 has Florida, to nival 1I1.liilld.! but is cxp.I.tI'"J-' will
Q. Must I i
: FuniiSiiiiig : : I a i: : 11' piomisi'd' : to | itvi-'y nut carry
which is a pretty "Hid I I beginnAt i .r :
\1I11l'1I'J-nll,11 I la which i.fs be': iihiistr: milk for t I hat lin,'. .site !, g fI
1'lie l l f\l1\% er it : I ( .' : dinner all I hands g.-.thcivd; :11'1:1.11 u I II .I"l'r :lt1f. 1 f)1'l1S i (Good* to another

DRY GOODS & NOTIONS. 1 beer Alvarez I &, Lii I thou. \ ears: and a 11:11 If. -Se! still l 41' 11 IlItll.hlut of ',, I the lib'.t! : ; ((eli.th; ) a d.I :,tttj 1 theiis.-v: ii:.1 I -'a'IJ. .

: J-u-ed ; clu-ap- :at- enough: :; milk to supply the r: : MTonl 10 I': : il.e gri'iniu: annul pilrl i took of oi.e .:: .t: I, siot I i
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potatoes
meived l.irp Itw.k "f milk and butter. 1'1 city good d 1 i.--1' to ; : '": picnic; il-.i-acrs. 'I hey cat ;.tvl : '.1 until: : ;
,
: Having just u \ \ alll'l' Wills.llu.slproof : o\ t-r ,
Silk i I hre.i Gi U Siik Velvet
there was nothing oiore to e.it. ,110.1 i :list ill! I ; ,
| In i
the buvc v oIlO.li.1';llt Give are pn'll.Ifl't MS :i eill ami,supply hiipe:1 ;;; oats atlleiberger say. ;' .! ill'l. tliat: : the n'it Ihe few ,iisi.-:i ar I the! cloth ', -. :i n.-I.I. .1'-'p.. ....-*.)1''t al ( '0.... ;

t'' :your our u olHb! beaux' Ir.iyniji C'.SL-: hue.U1YKUS 1 1 I &:; Richard.: :"-0"1'1' prospector) --1< I I :; i.udi! : up f"m: ) 11I.\\.01.! !they wi.tihl have been ,-tt: :: '. Iii >. i +- :
; : r.i.d:uasin iii water: About\ hue mm..lie!: of liitaflinioc'r.: : tl.t: I
) .V .JOI) IN1II, .\ uc\v ft".fk of men's:i liatn cheaper 1i't&S orih l'l' into \c tmrse I rf. I I I ; iitn.i I 1 fallinj-! ; .1:;". I I i: t her. j <.:1..1'! 01[. IIIU''II.1: given und soon :theeid.s I nj.'j'; 1..IiI': Fil.; It or ,

STAUKE. FLA."cOBMERCIftL tI.HI1"; at .1 (; AlvaivMr. /. leal estate 11I:111.lIel \e hitler: : 1.I Mr.: j ', of ''he l.i.r.ssvcu: turned titvv.inN 1 eil. f
ia tirst
uS23 : !l.cr :luck M-i :
; ;
... elh :a new mantle: : ri ticket aId ')'' ; little vi.itio'i! I .
. : : hiv.i A limn i>'ir direct __ i
. 1 l1.tll'Iludllc I olTer.- a good I ; : -* to | : II IIiO'Ilr .
thcicin\ ::! sjnoki-tii te! v. ued l i ,: I II \;:1Hlld: :order to \ iit the, .
1 HOTEL, mule for sale. smelleth! sv.v -t. Selan. Hackett-- i is----- : I I -.1'1):::: git.ve, '.Viiieli; i is a IJIIIat.: .! aTo-ie: ;: .1'iILI; WltL J.\ )J. ,

Tiletk "..Wl.l.t I 11 Home') flour I 'Aorli : lrij t.> .1..-. -\t it irk tie! j
: tu : : p.riyMiunati 1 1Ht'
I : : !(iiliuinj.; fr :u UI : until! d! all""Hrstl.t H-r4.oo"l 4.uuilg
STAKKi:, FLOKIDA. are enormous. No trouble I to .ell \1 le-i-t Oi\;-iflh.: of every: Im: : ; ( i ; ; .\ .' i I'> i-'i.ike.I [ :a. I ire.I but lupt)}'
( ) :'"glI" iiv: .'!h. All \"IIItllJty: I !u !: Wf.llsjc.it .! .d I "lit.t
OPPOSITE IPfl'FIRSTCLASS the second ', custlIucr.1i'oi el strawberries: i is I liquid: uuat: t I i : >t
u a ; ; icut I .
: .O'.i.!tuehi'l iiud
I
rrlll t
f.imi'y
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Richard.A or \..Itel'YIIl'l a plant with Count; i ; :
& ACCOMODATIONS.- sale \by' lleiberger I : ) for St Iark,:. 1i )ii I : I 2'1.1 CommissicnersI
loud cacii of corn, oats ami i short roots as the straw berry, I ; I will I I u t.iku! the I po t11 : !ii : C'J oir.l met the 1 ;d 1 I.t.11 ri Groceries.
Tcr I'lfl1hr//
Bay.
, $2.00 ..l.U. inat.JG! Alvarez.L5uy i pump up so much water :after i I \\ b.mk estabii.slu-d l I prisent.: 'li-rr-s: : of I!j-:'; ;a ". 'in :
\ h-r
hay just :
f 'lour I months' drouth: tlie: : e'rio '! : : liiuisclf. Iloih oi".r: d. BI:!: of.1 r WiiJhr.n; f"r III'r..I.I' .1 I' ,. _
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SPECIAL lUTES MADE T) VTEKKLY i'U the:best -e\ill machine :;t \vi'l be ini si'il ; I I [ I I :'..I I |11'111"1'' ] J"I''iJtI.: siS tt:l- lull ,,f 'J'.ilP.i'Te( [ !;
t MONTHLY 1oAIDLUi.L ; .1 J (J .\I Iai cz. ill; ]ropertv) of o.ir soil cinnot i lic! \i-it'-, I : : .wli i for liitdied: :itTeu's! ":j on .\ I J:: \.!. 1'.... Ii f 'IV( 'TOl'K..' ) !jKOrKKIKS 1 _.: ,

I AND l 0.11: tiollell.I birf <..',,:.I'I'iioli; \\ i:! ( u !: I i \i iJ"I'! .:'-e M.i inr:. t'. i-* d"II\-i >.. >. $lipr.uli I .
RENOVATED ; ; !. best h..IaJ.
THORoUGHLY of try uuil'i't !:i .r t \t.iv to
HOTEL OHUUit.Decl Choice Ear) Rose and lleauty \\ .i.1] .; y :. > hf Ii I'. tu l1d| will i I I h1ttP; I' d': I;:': 'I< I" Ihiritu', ".: I ,, ,.
IlUX 1'IIWT-CLAJ-S c see a ne:1 I Oil-!, g) ; .
; .
I I : ( ( a M.u'Pitil.nii': .'d 1.1,1: 1'1'1'.1 1 bmit ..
. I I I'lt at ucs. on"i icr.iMil.ui.ies{ :" : :: : I lit I. W.UictU: any {nce, IS vomji ---7
KLENSCHIiriSDT! T lH'UI it Richard. der raised against: a house t to be -) .' PI' Fioiid.i: will : [ [ I : u ( tori : o: :.; !D H. IcitscrgcrJiii' OAS1I
I for
! __ _. .., :*-. I.uuwit siru-ily
. \ ill (':.' of lire. This is right let I Ibey llt; \ ;: I : ,' of j roin I II':-'ua' ; t" Stuknp'es. t-fu-e I. J

3 Pnipriitor.LIVERY your cleats-: cigaietti-s' :, tobacco I buildings' provided with safe: : :.;: ol! ps' : .i an.I : "I ; ; the I {( ThelV !s.ei- : utij:. -clii'li i t-> pr.'sj.cry .-,., 11111| l.y | .in.l( for .-,I!,' :.t rwk boti out pricvi.Com ; 1-
1' --- ---- l at I I Iii al"'ir ir. e'erk w ,. .!" :I I
groceries i or.I. i-
-- :is :
alI IIICI" JIul; do not forget that all !:,' -' ho \\ ill 11;( et ; : ; :
Alvarez &; I/uldon. | I y. Iii poiiurs .1 1r. I : : 'Ilr.1 cause. Hi sarmiion1' of i'J siii LIo! !,- in 'a ( ).&t.', I lay. llrin Flour I i 'r
ladders: m; creation: cannot: : : : : iiii'w Tiouiidi and ..<, | ":. itatv. I .
I III : i- ( .uni-'
: :t I' .Mr S j i. !" i I { f
SALE Shoes, shoes, luh-srJI"g\t! : lines ( ;rits. Meal( awl Men in, always on ,
,
if there is
house; I IIU water. Dg: ly <.t n.I' 'ji7.! ":* of ; to pe' p Lili trim coiiniv tiei- -....i'id t I
of new slles' al \\"l.1I.. fiiv.i tin-nio.st! IiI&''. l i / rep'iit t t.> t.e.x! !m"I'IJfd; l pii.t Ln S.'iriT : ,, hr.r.il I 1'V the car !load<], Ian.ll 'I! l
. TrubJSternburg & Co. Mrs\ I !z' Ketviil! be : ;u'\ j li.'ii.i!!.: : fi-r hclpng I ciplure: F--S'- ; s.Vt. > will'I I .
, I U.; ( 1 1 I the : ... ,"Hlli: !H! .it.i
-:1I1l1- (1. Dellnrt repress-it; s I :1111 i h) ci.r ''' : a I t.' "I 1 \ p.itl!: fur nt' >.iev p.J i :v :itfl'Jto :u U : !
Xe\v .sties ot at "
: : spriti'4 iSternburo gitmhams&: Co. io ,\ lug v. 'II I known house.: F. ; in'l'.llill.Ij'! IKCU h ; | I T I II: D..:'.. .II.I $j t.> J II !! "\1'1. I Com.' anol! Ct me-my pi ices j

STABLE Triiby, ; TIIOIICllicl; : o; Lowell BIO I I i :or ';mipurp f "'. Th'j abovi* *i; nand '
, FEED Xow hats at oilier "Xi'| ""- -, t"r which 'vuurr.tunt; were I! lit I tlutaikin I .:,.
tl\ ( .., I Uo.-'ton; ; 1'anc.: :a ist A- (; I I I of I t&r'
"on'" ( I i si"d; iii'>tal.-d i.i all {) ?/ilj.n. f fV. .
CALL STRICT. STARKE. FLA Truby, Sternburp ; & Co. Philadelphia: ; Wright & I !i : to I't mnic-t nf e.mllt I 1 1I oa \ T UYr.KS.CUrk. -- -- I

1;. El\ '.\ IUS, .1 r.. I'rop.8ADDLK Cl'I:1 Key oysters, fresh \'el\ Hahimorc: na\ id-on I nvneNIiau twenty ; ;Itt1j1- .. ..

. : and CAltRI \GESftlwasrc.j ilav at M 11\'I ; Ins, I'I ll'l I OI'Ollll'li( C/., Cincinnati I ; .). 1'. I Loomax: I : : ('IIII'!! :.' :last : :! : t ;,i.y I I.I1U'I't>-is !h-llr.Ir"Ii- -! -- -;; li.l.1! to l [
HOUSP.S 1'aVties I ; t cf 01! :1 ini/.niir a t A ( : !lmAT
ILIlIi wishing oyt te's 101' }' sas: l'it.roIler; :, Newaik.An i'ress| almir.ti"u "f li! <> m.ril-4 of
< T lI' II IIi II :pcdalr.Give HI'lCI. I fuu-r ivm.nks hy the I
*
\\ill order nt 4 m. ,. ( !!; : 'oi'.tin's;; ('oii'Z: i -nt"ly. It itiio i-
please .,
p. I
me a !tieloie you c.mtract.U. : old riiloivd (rt.ui'ui 1-5 from 1 : (\ Mr. < '.-Sluiti: and 'I I I I : I : lic-t I'-nifdy fitf. 1.1111'111 w'''''. ;
.j
%I'r hiric ..)..n.. I Job printing in any color at this iJ6"11111.lII'lIId an inspection of t i ; <>i ' .
.office. \\ e ire bound to pk.a:. I : I of one of our ii i I! eleeted p?t'-udn.t : .- tt I 1 pist ';.itceo; .\1' nut I h.ivo tri''d i; Mrly.ill RAI4iAINF-k'
I backyard ; TI.e \
and let us i ( t.uy. ( h Ib' pr.uueit: c'>iiiili medic.u$ on
i Come i
I ,
1 i
MINER your011 : \ '
D. lric found soul > papers glued on oiiu -et: ted nil :'-, !! : the ll- rII.1 !but (.\\ aii.l with pll' "l1re

before yon_olh:1 l'e\hl'll'. and sifted over with j cuik : :\ I ) "ill!,;)" i'n.fn"I' ;; I ":&' !. II.". Illt: Cia 1I1I1pri I Ii II'' ('uuuizh I Ii 1"I\II\.ly s

.._... -', -" I Seed potatoes bv Ilw uholesale at for the wrapping: of hot .le.s. To I PI..I Ciwiinr i : ; 1.. : lie ; is t IaI I bfst I if at LhIuiiiuitItb.: .".li-.. IJiivfi I i
i" ':" f i l L. I.| l.diiuJ"ui..Il'I : !Lori
; ,
st'.fby
\ nittr U I ';i:'g. Mr.! )!'E u n: ; !
't 'i'.1' ," .. tt{f "7 "; '' I I i: I dim fves.' it looked ''ike ( : t! I .ivj-'f'-n; : : .:.::-l'ip. Mr l ) i List i .JoiiK'r.

n' -&' *&&L'-'-. li'J- I Come and see our new stotk of I ('candv, and he put th,1I1111 his !!t : Mr.! Kuiirhl : gI I : : i\'n : List winter I :uI 11'. I H.I -Kinkiuli': ,', e-d- N.J I JONES \ I IIs

& ViI' --!-/ -. millinery. .MJ AUarcA /. on the sly. Soon al"tl'Ia I O '. illusion: it I I was I t ; ics- I tt-tOI' 1'1' tlr' :o-e.h Sr tt.. l i.'tI'I't.: .. .

.t7Y1J I ,t meiPr! .: I ll.e third: ('oIflp nay, rft I II.--. MoiitrI ,Wt.a.. -t
.. l. -. U .- lic'vv stOck! of KiddTes just in at I set-n making: alarming grimaces, : : I time : "It.1,0.,1: I vitauilht! 5 uii. Tho
:: y. ;.t t !t.i; \nlc -!: '! tr'v now offering for dale Ills beautiful
Sf J_(Alv.mz.An made a sioii; to :01111s!! to d :.-. :5'ii.f. Y'.unir. : ; lit : *.\\'ii..H: :: an'! i iiii"-isi> iii-hin o' !Ms f,'pt j

&L VIItifllVIIe' stock of him in the back.: FTe was choked I I l .' t- an' I lie 'vu" > ; : : : w-.is i v.-iis .< 'tei' aim"y.irn'' t'. hint lie iri "I l i
milllcl\ .
S.-VJ'r.n i leui'-lio-I wiiln; lu'II.i'' : imil.
; tflTj:; i..w .t' I. i '::i"il. I'1111.r jUst receiv d! at .1 G Alnlt.7.. 1 the ''cali4iy"Staike: lit this jrieat )\'( : I he )1t II t-lv i"ltlht: : a "): ifl.5'r.iitu'u I'/nm-/ ORANGEGROVE .
] "').. 11 their Iinds I '.
i i II ; I'.ini ihn. If t s -mily
I ts r
Finest butter all, dl'l at I Fla., Feb.I 1st: 1 :) I is i.nd tall' \ I' .
I : I .u"> > ii' I i i.! tlr '' tiiii"s in IT 11 Ids (e' 't Wf'relI
WATCHMAKERAND Walter \\'mhl-. I This ito certify, that beinii ': I ti! <- child! IH-W to !( ; t I I t-nl t it-'v! \'. ell and l f> .'(> li-oin i'euiuigtruI! I II ;

Sceil rustproof S at j holder, of ticket Ni). 10( III.( I : i:. I \-:<-tly. COlfl f, 1: I ,\.. -r: :. F..r s tC: !o1 '"f'I".ro lIf', ,

.- -. tat J (; Alvarez.Potatoes :jthisdiy received of Tmby, St 1! all 1 1 I iie! I elp they \ : M lr. \V. FT. I.uhl! ri". drtiiriristo l I-tt- < .J
.7 .: UvI.yy < I fc Co. the .Miisio i IJox; ] ; (u.:."-.'::.du'nu. They : J Ji : F'I'! :!dnlo! Ciliforiu j .. '-a't ati iii herI On corner; of Madison! and 'Valutd'S
1 burg ( 1 -
: ) cabbage, apples etc., aJMeacham's. i i I ki'_ of the people I I \ I i h hou's I'II:1t itemedy is ihtboslrLMii".lv !.1l1l1
&TAKKK. FL.1..cla1 .\. bthem. as a )1iZ1'. I j; : : i <- I I li.ii.-tl". in lat I sell more of streets. Tlits grove is in the heart
t., r'IIllri''nh'ht', 31r KMzabetli [l'l' I ii i lisa il l.: .: iier iu !:1 nl alit'J"' s 1
nth'u1tllI'II | I ; :)
4. ClockS and J.'dr..e.. All work do :ull.IIc Tor the TELI.OKAMI.Onlv I 1 brasher ( ae. I com i| biied.I Kvi voiio who his used it 'om-I of oar: city and presents a beaojjfnlAppearance.
at rraaonslile |1'1 'cer for eisb: I dollar a year. :Ne\v beeds just received at i i zt-Ir.! ch; "ir.. i-1 witli. : I, ; liver !i in ul I >wi in:: u rms llfi its! nfilitiuy.' :

I : I Trilby, bternburg & \ \Vii ls-ki. was I II II i rgh. I! :.(::1 I i': IJ.VOI it .Ii.ill.-'. .
I hxmille-oul stock of I -- I
uiihlv ;
kitchen'la-\\ Upon j\. I nld : .
Z c3741cb Mes and safes 1.fI', you \ T"xas and Georgia rustproof :;: .', : sitting lou ihi I i 1 lId..lcu'rul'a 1h. I Also
; I. I in It's!' nit I ]; i : iii he : Th, I.t-t .s.tive I in Ihll w-rld i for Cuts, 1
Co. i cause ;
I I & Co. j t
,r". ".. .'....r / 1 Truby Sternburg t 1 1j .at Trubv_ bternburg i not Niti'y; jro to ( : :til ini-es, i'-tt-t U'et-rrt. S .I I H :ihiiiii; .
." and 1 cow whips I an immense ["\1'1' :.Ie., Tetter, enlI'I"| | ii Hands, i
t IJuggy ,
Y'N. ( I Sash: and fancv ribbons I in t: i 1. lls:: Iliiiior. .InI : l tliea and 4 Lots
: ( 'nl"lIoI ani aItS.i:1 I Efllll- House
% I I 'hilh:1il.lI.! !
pQ&o /7 line, received at j jTrnby : hi i :
,' .' just I variety; at Truby, fSternliurg I & ; utu a (1 1ut u.uice : C- lions, aid) po. itivtilvur' s I'ile.s, or no

w. YJ-'V 'j' .c. j"):.' Sternburg &Co. j jAn I The celebrated Toils du i :' lIl'\'ilit. .-MIII.it I II i t I I p rue- pay reqn'p"I It.I guaranteed to give i&cbe1l -1-.
r. Q of Walnut and
o .. % immense line ofl harness and Your Wife I | l-ei; f.etti'lf.-lion, or money refunded. on corner
vy 'o".V |I : N .v .", nls box. For sale -
; by
,y. .. dress pooiN .itTmby i 'rio"' in per .
all the
received) : !I".1'v! : Htrt'etAlso
y i
just
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/ .r'f 111ck. :1 "' & ( ; They [ Drui: : -
Stetnbnru
...\V k2 "C.e\ ... ;", i I rim1 iv, Sternburg l &; Co. ;(- <" 0 (''"-.g3. and i! I : .. t
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% 'y ; ,- b 1"'I'rh's lower than ever : '. :--ometbin j. \ : I the .
J" t1\ J i :: !
flue :(
f'ttI 1..1'
Su it Co. 30 Lots
& I40 ; at Truby, rnburg i :. ONSBewara .
-ir. On* si.
: /v.. t. i' I \ j 1':1.* ;
: fr \ have the best lineof misses' .-. : :: Chi-
,"/ ... .< r I. \ (' I ** : SHIP ami! } i : : IN N. J.JONES' ADDITION TO :
& / ., hats I i Mm: Gut or a I I they of se-calliJ Liver R ni-
:. -./o, O4 :$.Il..o. .rO v C 10. :1tl'llilI11'1'tJW cn'l 1akl'l .k i-k'! v ...!tu J. p.>Ko loot ( ; be \ lf.tarsP.ns! ,V. All are ImitiI STARKE. 1
J. 'O
/4.b'; "V .3 fb to ( Truby Sternburg 1 it ('o. rtI ) v..1' ( St 'i'Iuuitu-' j a I tions jf this: Olignal: Jic'l: ine.put on f
_I lor.iltT estaWished
NeN4.. .+ c. o., v AP Two err: loads of flour just \n. :, I'.1'> ,: It i-pi: -li''* 1 the and ranrl.tt scSd 01 its re"1t it.-.tlOn.was Tike thisthyoua.IO.CTr.siiIihe LOT o:; CORNER OF MADISON :
0"
t' e e I c C/".: Sternbiug I i S ('o. ; : Jjni; : iV-.id: 'ti ':;; : original, which I
.5"1\ ( .<< \f o. .".. Trnby JAVA Sc MOCHA 4j r.l\V I| Vo.ir'i \\ I has t'.e: au: tra: h ar.,i picture <-{ Dr. M. '. AN!D THOMPSON '.'., :;
b'VJf..v. d': Umbrella: China I tor sale at tin : (..JlI"1.: : : '11" 1 brings I A.Simmor.jon4'' sir.wit. and these wordj I IJj.Iark !
'! .fto",".c.o. (+ .t. 1 5? : I l.r"II.It: i'. 1'. I'. I.> /.I.ll'b' 0# 4.f oflice al Htn 5c apiece.An I -ur i'Cs- ;p c": sj i -i i and I Picture! Kc'st-r-d anj or-jUln.fj,Nov. 1 of Name" j ;
A&.agiph 1. l&tj.
4.f. < "' ,_( I line of !bo\s' clothing ntid \ t
.,v .q p legant: i I i ii i :" \\ '|! l '\ of 1
C.1' : ,
.: \vli h II i : .
."c. ." .j just received atTrnby t ( ntun. : Vii-
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'o 0 f' Stcrnbnrg, ; it Co.l hit '!ui< -" i is ;! | ; i: Oifiie "t' Residence diD lots, 9-
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-d : -r- Has for cu.-el J:;>io".3Tiow,
l .o\ s' suits for 1.30( :and 1 11\nw. .. f;. 2i14i\ ti .ii I I u u'. .. BlLIOUSXCSS.47 years.COSTIVEN SDYSI'CPS1A, | r\

WE treat And PERMAcPNTLT at Tinbv', Stunburg it ( '0. ; : \- ,i.y'j-, .: .,1 1 .\ :,! i I j i. BICK HEADACHE, Loss of ArpSTIT&: on Lo"erH l nne, adjoining K. .T.
SOVR SroM'.cit Lr-.r C IIUTS, 1'OUL
(URF, or NO PAY, all CHtaN- I irui I'.iiist.; : : !: ; I I ( : ._ .
Furniture than ever !I\ A PERFECT AT!! ALBUM BREATh COLIC, E.c.Dr.J.K.GraTSs.Efli'orif Admin"property..
ic DISEASES. DEFORMITIES llpl') TAINING 2i BEAUTIFUL I :-L i-n'-e lor 1'01'111. i ) : -- T:tf 3affst, _
tnd Ml KG1C \, fA.ES. SrxJJEN it Co.
tL lISF-A"! of ?:1.N.0- TIIhJhil'} :" FREEThe I TOGRAPHS r.u-EESENTlKG Aliliott's.I ::.t..t I I I: : : ; ;Ilt to JIe"npl sTcr.n.sa-l: :ivc>Ia pack "
i : \ ir f.iI.. 'fry it! : '. of vOurl.tvtrJ.Ietlicins.an-Jhave used
J'U'l Oiti.DRl... tIP I" -- ------ AND COFFEE CL'LTURE, I : ( I : .Itt: age half cifit. Itvrorks charm.. I want
: t J'1" ':'pnct.t. OF V-'jR) ADDSES3. > ; [ .\t! a
{ M2ltflf1flP... j.J'. ..... t.c j i ron SALK.Y.ilnable BE SENT ON RECEIPT t : ) I l soi.d no better Live lie r-J.'.nr. :-c>l ceriaialy I 4
/ 1) CHASE & S= r N, ,
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"e nt"1. i. .... ; : Truby.1 Mernouru-)! > St. Louis..Mo.I .
.' :-j 1. : T. linin.jje-- tenns-: ; Blood 3 LOTS ON MADISON STREET '
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: rifcr rg QDuntl1iJtltt'!: pll 101owo They found all the ditches I watchman, and I \her walking pretty A FINE OLD MONARCH.Some SHAVING THE BEARD. .When ne 1&inotbeT'we a fade. and 1gh d18.feet Last Winter ;
pools, and soft wbose
spots and wire-grass fast along the street and I tried And leave the 1jul10 ones '
pass
t guide In PCtIIWYC'' I wa troubled M badly with rUenmatUnru&t
and to
brambles. The boy went homo her on the sidewalk to sec 'i I knew Pleasant Reminiscences of the Ven The Practice Is Alluded to In Many Parts Itneed They riot hoped be in may casa but Bhouiaer and Jotntt at my leg f,not to .I .
Published Every beaten out," and the father continued erable of Brazil. of the Old Testament. to walk. I '
Friday. her. But as soon as she saw was try Emperor us women arc dying diy{ whos be took 10o' 8anaparHIa and now I

the search alone till he was in like con ing to head he.she broke into runand What an industrious old chap ho wa The earliest reference to shaving is might have been savo 80S a t is a don't newspapers feel any right acbel In the mIddle fain anwber i M\l\

1TARELi: S FLORIDA.: dition. went out of sight down that street." when here, and for that matter, found in Genesis xi., 14, where we read w ide-spread with the when diseases whiCh day In the rear and hare been doltv."r&1

., With the first streak of dawn the par Eastward still; the lost clue was caught wherever he was, says Joe Howard that Joseph, on being summoned before slowly out fading of female away weaknesses and 1rreUrities and standing on the cold stones ain t rw picnic, i
grow tell
:- THE OLD- FRONT GATE son was out on the commons, bridle in up again. writing of Dom Pedro.I the King shaved himself. There are la that there is no hclp for hcr. 8he can It yon.ought And to If Ho's e Sarsaparllls tor tlHRe peopi coredcertainly _.

,. hand. He came in lt tired and faint Then a solid fifteen miles through" the had the pleasure of seeing much of several directions as to shaving in Leviticus is doomed t dcath But this is not trueDr. don't stand on the cold stone I cmr"Iel every 1
prescription coned
S Standin In this city garden, there Is prettier t breakfast, but was still hot afternoon without favorable him, and he was always the same courteous and the practice is alluded to in Pierce's .1S dis- ay In the year at corner andD,K,jJ
lke word
There things Is folks I lee that, lost bride of Xetherby. and South Salem was a reached. Xo one searcher for information. He is a many other parts of the Holy Scriptures. s e ases lanGy of restoring this class women to afictth A1enues.N.B. Be WILLt sure to:get W.low AB Brooklyn,s.!

J In' sneerln'like wanders at me; 'long here, look- For two days he pervaded the city in theiage had seen the missing superb specimen of physical manhood Egypt is tho only country mentioned in It is the only medicine for their ailmCflt ,

But I keep my balance steady; and perhaps with a bridle done up in a religious piper horst al (oul dirc t the Douglass and of striking physical presence( being the Bible where shaving was mado a sold from bv the druggists manufacturers, under of a pestire.qUraP its giving satis- Hood's Sarsaparila

as frisky asking about six feet four inches in height and well In other countries such an for 1t
tel every one that horse farm. ,
however driving al money
Son a man 'ractee. f action in every case, or pad Sold by all druggist, *
As my' cousins In the parlor-our old clock till he felt as i ho had a placard on his in from that direction told how ho proportioned. He writes and speaks I Act been debasing in the will b refunded. b y C.1 HOOD A CO..Apothecaries L"ell M 0
an
pplnnln'-whool. back announcing his business. He do- i her fluently English, French, German, Spanish extreme. Herodotus mentions that the .
soon the night before and how and
fwlngin' back an' swlngln forward-for to Dr. Pierce's the original only Doses One Dollar.
name my title straight sri>d tho animal till he seemed to she had staid around the little whool- and Italian. Thoroughly demo Egyptians allowed the beard to ro\ genuine Littlo Pelet ; 2 cents a vial!; 10

I am known the fam'I like a house cratic in character his manners are I when in So particular were Pis
throughout ) as the: hims.l hok-agnt rfpatnghisufnly all tho { to eat the mourning. one a dose. CURED OF SICK
Old Front Gate. bound \tninA. trJing all other times, m ;
\ short, dry simple and uneflected and his tastes they as to shaving at
HEADACHE
grass gone in the AUGUSTA, the widow of the, late Emperor W. D.Edwards Palm
Afl'Itquitc a good long "pcllnowIf myUm'f' silk-sewed, double-back." otc. But all morning. looked rather blue, but those of a rational and unselfish gentleman that to neglect it was to set one's self ofUermanIS 77 years of age. The marred "I hare be n a great

serves me clear, in'ain.. The pound contained a solitary OJ ministfr still drove on, resolved to who cares little for the pomp and up as a target for reproach and ridicule. l life of the Emperor and Empress Coat1vene. aDd SIck .a

flne guarded our old homctcad-ev'ral mule, who looked as if it was a long inquire at the farm itself. He found luxuries of state. Details of etiquette I When the Egyptian artists intended to througn a period of fiftv-ninejrears.. hate triad maRy medicine*,bmt

miles from hr time since /if had fascinatrbn for him. and L the idea of low, slovenly -- -----
There comln'-there was goln'-for thelatchstring contained any thing. the house fully a quarter of a mile from never had any convey a mean To DIspel Colds '

1'8 dangled free The police were very clear that tho two i the road, with three gates to open before a discussion with a learned man on some) fellow they always represented him Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the system -

But they could not reach the door'1nrl till I tramps had checkmated the one minister it could bo reached. Evidently tho question of science or art was moro in full beard. efectua.ct cntwhen cost\.c or Tiitt sPills

they nr t shook hands with D1f! and made off with the nice animal patient animal, after waiting in vain for pleasing to him than having to preside Unlike the Romans of a later age the I bious. impure habitual or

( .An'them I always flret-rate looked'e.l over-I Ik in' some of As t tho chance of recovering admittance, had gone off discouraged. over a State ceremonial. Hence it is i I Egyptians did not confine the shaving I constipation, to, to permanently awaken the euro kidneys and

An noine otlr wasn't welcome, to the Old that event they were not nearly so But whither? As the parson was walking not surprising that he was never unwilling privilege to free citizens, but obliged liver to a healthy activity without I irritating f"the only one that (rave me relief.

Front Gate clear. the minister kept one obsti his horse thoughtfully along, and yield up his scepter to other their slaves to shave both beard and or weakening them, use Syrup of .rigs. find thai one pill act* better I

consolation-the hands while he traveled where he could I head. tare*of any other kind and .
nat tho
There was neighbors came to visit,undesigu- repeated attempts studJing situation, a man dro\'t out IT Is estimated that the Paris KxposUiOn weaken or gripe." $...
of
In'ly and Ijuarf; strangers t capturo her which ho neighboring field with a horse-rake, follow his own tastes with greater free The priests were about the only cass I this year has caused nearly 9 W'-WWW" coated. Dose small. l'rir,yft .c.

There was neljhborl came to borrow any had seen the bright creature outwit. and ho at once accosted him: dom. of citizens who habitually shaved American money to be dropped in Europe. SOLD EVERYWHERE.

thing we spare; He made up his mind quit tho city "I think I know In 1S71 he visited London, Paris, Florence head except the slaves. ----- -- .
t where she is Office 44
ho l. New
an Cnre York
There was folks that 'twafn't cay for no and scour the country. Rome, Itrussels and other European About 100 years I*. C. it became the i Consumption SureJy Murray Steet. ,
common heights to match- swrtd.hI was over at my sister's this To EPITIt-rleaso) inform yourreaders
/p There little The third morning. early he went to and : : capitals, and in l'jf ho came to this custom of the Romans to shave rgular- THK GOL 1878,'''
r l'a8 pretty children-such a S morning thT' was such a mare thati have a posit\.o remr.for MEAt l Al

couldn't rah tho.latch; Deacon Ooman. and came back with hanging around there all the forenoon country. ly. ACtording to Pliny, Scipio .Ur- tho above i.med (lSese. (). W. BAKER

There "8 lovers fondly lingering' persevcr- his stately and fleet black steed, which : came up to the and seemed As indicative of his una.
In'ly im' late pawing at the pump (' mentioned n a Paris In France the shaving custom I .I i cured. 1 shall be /lal to send I
gate, while the hur-
Til they sagged the j'ints an' hinges of the st pretty dry. We gave her a pail of water i ma'b daily. two bottles,of my remedy any ol Boikfllst G COCOS t
Old Front Gate. rifd breakfast was eaten. Should they but she just slipped off before we I hospi was taken for the corre was brought about by Louis XILt'op y our readers who have consumption if they a

stop for family worship this once? could catch her. But she didn't spondent of a London daily journal, and ing to the throne young and beard will send mo their express and postrOfficoaddress. It

Fellows long mln'a stay there o'even in's, iiinkln'most: "Yes," said tho parson, 'prayers and she staid in sight, eating by the.go away roadside ; that gentleman r'ctin'l all the salutations less. Thf Anglo-Saxons wore their llespecttlly, T. A. SLOTI, M. C.Ill absolutely it it soluble pure f.t

}'clowl to comln' there; with preachers, fr to provender hinder no man's journey.." and was there when I eamoaway." and explanations intended for thoEmperor. beards until at the (Conquest they were -----rearl--street.-- New York No Chemicalsare

our gal away From tho Holy Book to tho dusty The two miles were soon passed, and,. Dom Pedro made a sign to a compelled to follow the example of tho BROOKLYN can boast of having the largest j w in it* I'Iiol huftnrm

Fellows( with fiddles,for to thrill road, behind the trotters flying foot. on arrival at the place the doctor who had found out his mistake Normans who -shaved. From tho timo bread bakery in tho world. It turns out Oum tlmt timti "U umtgtk I of

the dan'c'l tread Here comes a man dsignatc. not to say any thin? about. it. of Edward I U. to that of Charles I 70.0 loaves of bread a day on a average Coco mixed with t1.lb.Anw
answer
riding horse I ,
Fellows coffins, for to takeaway a wasThey opened gate at ---- I or Sugir and n Ib"efQ mora

Ewingin back an' snlngin' forward, like a and ask him? Is it any use? Yes the barn thfrt always out betimes in the morning. time of Charles I I and whlsk-. Mild, ('uableclmate. certain and abundant ,trengtheiiing.t It i. dIciol'. Ji,

pendulum fate, try once more. as if tho wo'l man The farmer now"r r making the most of (every opportunityto ers only were worn. and soon after tho c grain.grass,stock country:Irops. I ''and admirably Id&I.d for(irilUau
I've done ead an' mpurnful duty, as the Old Fflng the i in the world. Full free. Address well for *
had already and inform thoroughly as to all 1 reign of that monarch prac h.ll--
hundred pleased himsll shaving
Front Gate hfard fve times Iial disappointed when tho c Oregon Immigration BoardTortandOrcgonAPACHE : Sold '
the saw. made: friends ', and became general.- Republic. by Grocrrywhere.
lIt
with I. rta(1I tie :
stereotyped question, the cluck parson off tho w oillearneddescription a- 1

There '8 one good-lookln couple, Jolly- already on his tongue, to start his horse ; and answered: the freedom and i peculiar I i i insistency and ---_______ COUXTT in A rizona.ls largerthan W.B A'J&Cp.Dorchestr.Man,
like, an' free, the State of Massachusetts re t.
with which he asked
bard on when he gets the expected "Yes, she's bore. I raised that pertinacity questions The Latent In Knp' RcItin. borders: Ely's Cream Balm
Talkfd a heap o nonsense-wisdom, with ngat\'f' mare the evident and a single doctor within its
their elbows onto me; But, t his vast surprise, comes anwer from a colt I was away and sho intelligence Rope bolting mado of cotton or mardi ---- --- -
Give relief at
An'th1 marie an they ought to; for their s : hung around tho P1 place they to-ay.toll I mo, all I knowledge exhibited by those questions,, .a has lately been introhltd. and is ALL disorders caused by n bilious state I COLD in HEAD.CATARRH once for
attracted much attention to him and the system eurelhy using Carter'sLitle .
can
heart.
one "Yes I
hears btcmt saw her two nights the b
said to the of
ago going morning, till I home and possess advantages economy '
But tbey moved off to the city, an' then kind out this road came ; made his visit more than usually notice, Liver No pain,, pnpintr or dis I. -I CtRE 1- FER
0' worked apart; near the toll-gate. The opened the gato. Then she came rightin. I; I in running i plants of from 73: to : attending their use. Try_. them I

They grew rich an' full of fashion, an' their gate-keeper was watching her, and his )Iy boy Il'rt know her, though bo allt S.OOO horse-power. Tie rope is made in -- ---- .
souls l boy started with In Europe he roused Le Verrier tho F FIGURES the arithmetic do not Ho; bathe
forgot to another horse catcher
mate. t was a little follow when she wont away. England, and the cotton or mania of Not a Liquid or Snuff.
An they lout the tie that bound by the h but she left him out of astronomer, from sloop soon after dawn. figures in a cook book sometimes represent -
Old Front Gate.An' (1 sight"At My house and barn used to b(back on which it is (composed is prepared am 1 indeterminate Quantities. Apply BalmniatOeachnostrilELY -
layton the track of that Lo Verrier who worked< late in tho treated BROS.,59 Warren St.,N.Y.
game( on place yonder. I in a special manner. Each rope a
they both was blue about It for went the hunters. from I.s al flmt up night was furious at bring di'turllt so TnuovT I \ES commence with a Cou h, _
the
; they road now, and sht get consists of four smaller ones wound : TRT TISTRESS STROP OF QUNIHE,25! wti
c'ouhn't Cold or Sore rhroat.iynii'ii'i tfnmc/nil
both was Mme to blame soon after to bed. LOIS
An' they got BO one was in issin'-places "That delay of worship Charlie, just I there But my boy put a on In':rand called going TIl Emperor around a heart strand for the purpose of Troche pive immediate relief. Svld only .
I in the informal
where on
the other came; tnt us t this man. Otherwise wo rode her over there, and she whinnied lu same I properly shaping it, each of the small in b.c. Trice 25 c. CHILDREN CUT FOB ITCH'S SYRUP OF QUHIIE, 25UfQMS '.
and i invited i himself i
An' her mother-sweet old lady, but eternal should have passed tho turn of the road and seemed as pleased as a child to[ manner to pot luck ropes also composed of thirteen: a- I,

run n In',too- without meeting him." got homo. ]/' was in hope nobody would with the great French writer. strands,which are wound around a center TflElossesinPennsylvaniaalone, from tho SYRUP OF QUININE is I Sweet u Lam s
Eaw that things runnin' Tho of Dom floods of May .TO to Juno 1,amounted to 3O,- ,
was dang'rons nn'dlcld.'I'hat On now, to Brother Hansom's, where come to claim }wr." personal popularity core, the twist of the strands and )lives. DOn TOUR
GIVE
to do: Pedro with his subjects has boon I being 0.0 6.5 BABY BITTER QUIHUE.
a letter her cousins Nell was purchased. Beyond the ligh( Hut the minister's boy; rushed into always : such that the fibers run parallel .
S wrot 81cret t : mill, down a little lane tlPtal ('onilprt to bo \ t.. After his i i the : wihI A DOE in Time Saves Nine or Hale's Tour will! lore to tats
"Do not walt green they and put his arms around Nell's: fr.grpa I center; made in this manner, is baby LYON'S SYRUP Q""""*
of Horehound anti Tar for a
Till you straiichtway box and send to the found the miller. Ho recovery from a severe !i'kl1sS a few said that Honey roughs.Tike's
me was unaffectedly smooth nock between laughing and cry when once spliced and put on Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.AKKXSIDB .
Old Front Gate!V' dismayed to find that his which ing. Ami after yearb ago thoro were many domonstra- the has to bo OF
favritt a good supper, with no pulley i nflr resplcpdor ----- -- IMPORTER CHINA. CLASS

Then she hung me in the garden, An' betwixt he had been slow to part with to tho charge for any tiling, thC old owner and tons of public joy. I During) his latn. taken out. In uing rope, the author of "Pleasures of AND
t ( minister \isit to i Europe he- was again stricken Imagination," was the son of butcher in QUEJSV ;
.>twilight hours, had disappeared. :)lu' had not the now cordially parted, and tho ,- however, earo is necessary that the N a
Once she coaxed'em out ,for to lew procession down and lay between life and death] DC.
been ewcate-upn- \
blossom tOIthcr there nor been seen by any one on started homeward tho minister groove of the pulley is not of a V shape .JC-o ,
some lm\'crK; the place. with tho black for some wtks. His restoration to such to bind but such To RErnATEthe stomach.liver and bowels r -- "\ .
An they o' listless horse in the buggy loading or a! as to -
th"rl as
(RUe t health again with I drag and of Carter'Little ;
what they was t sec, "Whom did you buy her of, Brother the way, and C'harlio enthroned on wao tfJlhl'atr',1 gtnlr- the pulley and then fall out of its OWl promote Liver I icst.n. tal.one them. .
An' in turnin' round u corner, Hansom al public rejoicing.. A little :a igo Iis every night. Try -I1EtI'rns. \
spat they run ? the minister askod. the recovered Nell ( behind. whip weight.-N. Y. Sun. -- ..- .
upon tome! 'antlring his lifo was the offender _ trtnt year orders or MASOX FBUIT .AArSORTED .
An they knew me In a minute; an' their ""h.r. of Dr. Douglas, of Warsaw.Ho Tho minister's illa the trampsH'rt Was alpmptf'll.lunatic.but MISS .&'?0t. sister o? Mrs. Humphrey I.
a
hearts began to date has a large farm at South Salem, but \ really working to catch the maw pronounced New York's roller's Field. Ward original of lioso in "Kobort 1.

Back to where they used t linger by the Old is president of tho national hank at till she ('(' and indignant The growth of the rlpullm: sentiment The potter's field in New York City 1 ElsmorflL1'. .- i PAbKAbcoJONES

Front Gate. Warsaw, and you will find him there in at their persistence, dashed away, and however, in Brazi: has long be-i'u located at present on Hart's Island IF aficte1 with Sore Eyes use Pr. Isaac

An' they'clasped each other closely as their business hours." once fairly adrift could think of no an acknowledged fart( and, no I longe>r since 18U9'\ more than f.OCOO bodies have .Eye Water.. Irugght sell it 35c ; :in: :::
than last
August the Conde d'Eu
me mOT'hurried back South Salem was twenty-six miles east such restful haven as tho farm whore son-in-law toEmprO"s been buried tliTe. There arc no single THE introduction of the electric light has PAYS 3 Tn\\naroa THE FREIGHT.*ealen. :

An' old lady switched off-havin' -the direction tho mart had taken, the sho had passed youth's happy J.iys. Tho announced in a interments; the bodies are placed in caused u marked diminution of crime m Iron U'lr fctorl l-ftains B
.
set them on the track public speech that the Tare F am os
An' I aUo had ; minister having turned from the more sho was watched. and chased, tho imperial family trenches, dug in regular rows -13 feet Pittsburgh, Pa SCJO.A,1 tr
experience that I never had straight .
road to drive around to thC mill more determined i sho. was to got w'rf ready: t retire at any timo wllnit long 14 feet wide and 10 feet deep. A ----- E Terrnl7oP<- l! tvrfre prtc,Mat
btCort Cmru'.odrusKist retailed ,
was felt that their over 100,000 mntionthisrart0dsddT 1
im- .
For my lady bent above me,an'(frIed me,, he supposed she would have gone hat thoro. Tho two men talking bs', tho prlllll was Each of these pits will hold l.V l hodips.; "Tausill's Punch".c.Cigars in four months.MITTHFWS i. 'JONES OF BINGHAMTON,

o'er and o'er! she kept on straight east. It was a Windsor corner she} took for an alhus- poding tH progress of the country.But which are laid three deep in six rows of aBr.ASruER UIMJIIAMTOX, K.JT.l

Swlngln baek an' !''lnKln' forward, 1 an: slight clue, but would do for what the cade of onomios. and studied out the so WI' go. An empire falls, amicontemporaneous twenty-five each. In iv'7 4.1..S bodies averapcs an annul .OU:TillS PAPza."I ti.,.y.imta. _i 1
very glad to state income from
That that pair re-entered Heaven throughthe scientists cal a "working hypothesis." other road throo miles farther around, fee is comment says, "cof \frf buried on Hart's Island; tho interments : literature- -of about$0 '

Old Front Gate.. Across to strike the great road but bearing eastward kept through tho exeiteLllostonI3ARNUM'S,- -- -Clobo.- average about :,'o per day. In the JSrST. easiest to use and cheapest. I'iso'Remedy I t CURE FITS !

-Will Carleton, in Ladies'Home Journal till she arrived public for Catarrh. I
I farther on. Then came discouragement. night hungI'\, thirst BILL-STICKERS. or poor quarter of Calvary Cfl1CtPya I By druggists. 25c.CHARLES -. -

Tho blacksmith at the four corners had weary, but at the now trench is dug 7 feet wide. 10 or Whpn I pmT"trl uo not rnpun mer"ly *w.aivy wiciw
THE the I DrnLET WARNTU for a time.nd have n.p"return I mewar.i'lKnl a
PAHSON'S HORSE.;. seen no such animal, and, like most f<-ncod-up farm. Then thI know her old They lurprl"l of EI Their I"lunln Work. liy IlioKaplility 1:2 feet deep and of indefinite length in I i for his department in Ilarpcr's is}['agazine. or cur FALT.IM*. 1 hvnmnlethn SICKNESS a life-Ion aiir44c *.f'tudy FITS.I IrVLLl'sY warrant -

P'oplwho do not know a thing, was master anil followed him in, to bo once Opposite to this house is which the coffins are stowed tier upon my remedy to cure the worst en*** Becauao
boarding others hare failed In for
no reason not
nv reeeinng
Remarkable Feat This he should i them had been any more at hon-.1 C. Feruald, in Country thirteen foot high by a hundred tier making a flight of steps five or cure. 8endatonreforatreati- a Frme Bottle ot
over one .
Intelgent
Infnlhble! remedy. <>ir< KiprMii and PostOffice.II.
Aa t know. Hut with faith in the lilntlpman. feet long, and in a few minutes I was to more deep and with not enough dirt to my. G. ROUT. M- C.. 158 Pearl Street Aewerk
equine instinct the parson still S hido one from the noxt.-N. Y. Jitter. ui'NA3tZ ima FAfEK WitT Urn no wrila
feat in
pressed THE WORLD'S see a bill-posting such as ('pm.
NEWSPAPERS. ,
tastwar. A gang of men in a meadow, hardly credible, now that I sit calmly -CATAKKII.Catanhal --. DETECTIVES
take an of corn and the
building
"Carlf far a great haystack sudden
StntUtirg ('olr"I'In ( with the down to write of it. A wagon
having
-qp gQDlL.na catch X(] halt by the hedge-a hail and a 'onn'tol driven I) -afnr'is-.-Hay Fever-A New Wanted ihrewd men to act aad r InitraeUnat It Secret torteework.
question J'/rl' live
.
"vThe J'I".liol.A up. men got out of ; one I RepmeautUei rrC..s th InfTo.uonal Vtuati
in i
was the city, the : "Y came the far Homo TrfltmPlt. Grannan, ( OaUerralJiotti
<--s1 reply; "just largo number statistics have been recognized Mart Warniaf Agilet Fund. lvnol Pixrirt
lived as Ready, Barum'sbst Sufferers not Criminal*.Tnw lDCemid ladrttttiv btMiiiMa..rdMhvlo
pastor on the edge of tho are generally aware that
country hfort two nights ago! She went collected< in connection with the Paris I two (to tie d.t.etIv'. nd piainn for pwtlealara. Kmntorawal fcall. 1
\ poster wore Americans in these diseases arc contagious or that
for his theyarc .
sake. WUSXAK DETZCTITB Beasts CO.Artad CiailaaaU.O.
There was a (! *
chidren's by flying oing that a Exposition, and of these their due to the of
way."wih long probably the neat duck overalls, and two weroEnglish presence(" living parasitesin
glorious green, with two great oak trees arm pointing eastward. "thank nand ost thoso tho lining membrane of the nose and salvation' Oil*'I II al Pain." and $MICtl
are which deal l bill-stickers THROAT
intfr'stng whose' Try u i oi&lyac. CITKEI l lMI'e4KOKOTULU
Are y
back of the house appearance rustochian tubes. .
and
around it wide ,
away! It is known that min- with Microscopic Tlslan'hho'r. -
commons and \\(1 tl of journals pubI woul rather not describe. In two has proved this to be a fact amitho !
patches of woodland.
i istc-rs
do not need t eat; but the horse l.htc in the whole worllI 1hsl have minutfs after their arrival the duck- result of this discovery is that a simple I BEJ

m several Some new of stets had been recently cut, and boy had t is' fed. So a hospitable 1pll collated by La tare. overalled: men had out their tin cans remedy has been formulated whl'reh\ $ $2, $3, U O$$5 .JTSAMI THIS PAPIR OTOT UMTWWAT TTi. _
$ little
were more than farm its wide Catarrh. Hay Fever and Catarrhal C
3\ whch opened where the The facts Jeafns'sare CANDY
show
gates gin'n that Germany of and their eight-foot-long For Box, by Kxpreiiof A'rrouxET
ful paste
'I deep waiting for the land permanently rnrod in from STRONG
had thrfc I
\ t 0 pastor been a guest la-fore. h lias the Our fltrfrtlr Pure Ari.AW.
graded down their level. The }nhlfhing the largH poles with brushes at the .end and worn simple) applications made at home by the I CANDIES, KLZO>NT> aOO Main Street, aEMrHlC TESJS.
\ t pretty Fresh, then for work, and pfd number of p"riod Kuropp those hard at it the with patient once in two weeks.N. ILv AM> CARCrULLYrcxfp. ttrPPECIAr. ATTKNTIDV TO COLL'TTNfl AID

mare 8 enjoyed getting her feet on the with good wishes. away the pursuers numbering.V:>(00.)( of which oo from, co\'Cring h lJ.mlng H.-.This treatment is not a snuff or on I Adilr.. HITTERS rrRT.4iio TO R EAL.t'STATE.PATIft .
FLOYD .
soft, cool art aips..Tourals paste top end MOONEY MEMPHIS. wNeia mis tmj da.jwntt*
ground, and was safe against. went hot upon the The little devoted tom. ointment; both have been discarded by T-IUMB &..
trai. to special religious to enL The THIS .a ax
/
away, that she was Englishmen stood by with reputable) physicians a!i injurious. A pamphlet - -Jo.. For ISVEiORz.4OMI
: permit of Windsor
-
wandern burg -- -
crowns the hill a few dogmas i creels and scientific theories this is COOK FIFE. Atre.e
like sneers on their faces, as explaining new treatment sent on P A'1EN"1S
l my a run. Half an hour passed, miles on. ( are referred abound in something receipt of three cents in to FRANK W.T.FilU'rild.A
Al )uston' to more this than in other stamps pay SOHUMAN.
any : there ain'tmuch at Law,WIiiOgWo.!
_.3 I when the ten-year-old boy came in, Van say "(1 A. II. Dixon & Son of John
as Hip the ountry. The oldest (! postage by cor. 13AU TUIS PAasa.,,. tm..w14..
(/ near crying as his dignity would al- ( tavern-keeper erman journal i!, in that; we can cover a ltm1ng and King,Street, Toronto, Canada.-Clint- Fishng Tacke
low t store-keeper postmaster and imprinted, t he Frankfort Calotte; dos Postos, founded -. with paste, too.:' Another minutt pass- tlan .4dcocite. .' DUE All SOLDI tKS,
\ saying: :- v '\" Ek" '* diaabled lHT.etc.l>5.pricr. -
v \'oet newspaper of the place. There in 1M< the r tu
she won't let >; most widely crculatel.tll ed, and handing out some from Catarl troubles should Sportsman'sv (. .relieve I.Laws free.
Ptad.IJgan hl
"Papa mo touch her- he sits at his door in the sun, with a Berliner Tageblatt ufrrs i.W. JI.COB ICK*801,Clnelan.il,0.,*Wa.hi.ti.LC.rnAu .
but 35- the \v
and, papa there was a man there wait- fine outlook all O.tr the village. 000 copies. ( larffuly follfd The Englh- rfl\1 al\'o. CATLocrENo.u.. SupplIes, Tills Tin.,.7e..ygs..

f ing around and watching her and Ididn't faces l'flax.d a little, IT must bo painful to a 4I7MalnRu.lIpmphiv.Ttnn. Telephono No.
,
"Yes I. .
I especially
such
saw a mare very pretty, After lormany; arNuETaio PArEBwetrtiEi., 'LIfl mm MLa. U COItl DH TUbl comes England, which should sayVhat SrI .
when "
.like are to do shoo means to \ to nATLAS ICdCNIr .
his looks at all, and after round and slick. I knowed t1J' goin' say hear astuttering'man U V ih rriptiont ) ilrst-cI&U
while he began she hadn'tbn publishes over :tt.OOO newspapers, IU9 of now?and they began to to- propose'-Somerville Journal UOILEK.S. SHAFTIXG, magazine like \VIDE iV.tKE.endposta'
comin'g'towards me, to .1). LoTHiior Co..Boston. lorllluftrntetlLlitor
astray very 1 was sitting right dailies. I. 1'nlleyu,
are
and I thought I'd better come home." there about Iong. whih Franco follows with gether. ln.i> Nt"1*, Plnntn-Fanpa. Books mid Prmppctn* of the Ixithrop magMine

"You did nine o'clock.Tuesday night a nearly ('luallumhlr, of which only a The two Americans one of I Iv IsfiO(), Henry Goethe, of Beaufort, S. REPAiRi. lion, Mlllnntl Strnmlioat. -5AMZ TuIS mrs wrjthMywiinttfc____
perfectly right, said the fatACT sizc thE a '
There was jest a dim She wrote Dr. Shallenbergcr IRON 'VORL
dailies :
monlght quarter are ( bi-weeklies of triweeklies. folded posters, it a shake, ran tho I CHICKASAW A MONTH AXO 1IOAK FAIW.
,
And the a\t "I
11 go mysel. by way, come up that hill the west, and Italy holds the fourth rank brush end of the regard your Antidote a specific for 65 orhgbe.teommls5mon and ntis DATI'CftF.liITtOAiontnn
long poles under it, chills and fever.
as
cut those
may bean used IRON
wel poles. tried to down that road I:15 on tho WORKS. onren'Book.
Just get me hatchet," go towards War- b y publishing 1,400( journals, 000( of raised it, gave a sweep and anothersweep } Charleston) & Road last sum- _. ? P.W.ZIF.I.LEK Jk CO..tJS Isrket 8U, fu UalaXa>
s:iw. There was two men talkin'at which and JOIX E. It A*DIM A.CO., U-H1XI TUI*pans.,aj UMJM wn
Now appear at Homo: 140 at ) and then on the mer autumn in the most sickly region, : 3lcmphl.Tena.
you must know that was the and she Ian. hjarding was a and under the most _1.OU_TIS raszs.__ "t3OU.1.
(1 a corner went up two or three 1 20 at Naples Hi at Turin and at sixteen-sheet facsimile trying circumstances. 1 AGENTS EXPLORATIONS
perfectly Oha\'o a creature as ever I times and turned back. Then she Florence. Of these 170 poster containing a Out of one gang! nejrro operativeswere ,.///?!/ RAW WANTED STANltl S At-lra. Sew B-H- *.
wore shos. She had just one started too arc dais In L of an open letter from P. T. Kir- stricken down with chills and fever, FUR SKINS b'2.ZO. Belt terms. National l'ubiihiDgC! >.,St.Louis.
through town fast J
up
trick. When she to stop uistriahiungarythere are 1'flO journals num, "My (Greatest Venture." and every one recovered, by thC timely) use
loose h.attl
was : no her Highest Cash Prices Paid.
oneamid toward of
the forks
catch her till she I. up of the road of which 1.10 are dails. So far as Then folowpl a twelve-shoot Hhalnhcrgcr'sntdotf. You possess :1 to S8 a day. Samples worth $2.1$
was ready. yonder, and which way she went I other countries are concerned, po"r.e- the )1IIUr Tlr WOlL'" HONEST ASSORTMENT. $5 FREK. Iinp not nnrtor lior-c'ffet.WriteBKKWSTEBMFKTT
Spain portrait Barnum
Without a forty-eight sTreet
any intention the couldn't PROMPT RETURNS. KKil IIOLDKRIO.,II.lIy.Iici.
apparent tell. J
would circle and sidle of follows with N"iO( and Kussia with SOO), depicting the show I tents as travelin To REMOVE the shiny look from black ; Ser.d fnr our Pries Current 5AMI IEI3 PAPER inrj taya.nt.
just out reachof tHY
Further inquiry developed the fact 2 O({ of the latter America clothes wash well, then dip block cloth in A. E. BURKHAROT) &CO..

eating the within out-stretched ten feet hand of her and perplexed go on that forks the led left-hand to Limbo,road the at the aforesaid of tji ttrshurg< and 75 at app"aring:( In att(Jreeco Pt- Jumbo,, a a t\forty-eight-sheet% 'nty-four sheet pictureof n'presentation hot sponge tea and clothes coffee, equal parts of each&nc UIAII Tourth TUU TAI and'ill Elm...., Etre.,-..-;M,t,,-rCINNATI- ---Oo- TCI I 1 CLCUnHrn mciican SchooL I U of]We>o itiun cuarantee to ,every 3lH a pood
pursuer, whom she would infallibly tire headquarters arC proportionately numerous, of the gallery of human freaksof *7-.1 AMI TIllS PAPER rr i7 llm.jm aIOS.
horse-thieves' AKOV/HISKEY HABITS __
a
underground railroad ( every little market town and village, nature, TIIK champion funeral crank Is
out and leave. When she a thirty-six-shoot portrait of an old < I'lni AT JIOMK wirior.nl.AIs. !-

she would allow the bridle was ready, where almost all the stolen horses of having 01( Athnpuhlbh's "J4. all of the fair Indian snake charmer from tho man of Pottstown, 10., who claims t OPIUM lt'Mfofr) FUEl rticul.ii Y OUNfl ME I. Aeent's Learn Tflecraphr Hn-i,,p*'hpriindpeonrsgno.l pr'f Railroad

on with the most innocent t h slipped the region \rt passed through. Hut which art dailies. In Swit/.erland there P.owerv, New York, a forty-c-ight-sheet have attended four thousand funerals. I.VI. Wlt1IK'"rX'1:{. SIP. ltuaton,. write J.I*.IIHOWX.r-c.laiia.Mo.
surprise, as tlie right hand road bore eastward .- tim.ya wts.
S it had just occurred her. and art 450 journals published, and ISelgium picture was young
t was a roundabout -
I I way to Warsaw ali and I Holland furnish an almost sheet of - -- At half price thlrred on Irli'.to be paid
equal portrait the Mexican rider in Luzerne PLOWS
now getting too in the afternoon boy N. Y., who is said to be .
lat South a
Salem
the road where the number. In NEEDLES for lt.atufactory. SFD FOR 'IKCLAIt5.arm.
however, for much pleasantry. Forth L had Wen men Sweden. Norway and Portugal i forty-eigh t- IHl representation of the able to play "Parsifal" on a blade of |1!FOrR'lnalrhln.TAsIHnl.ulnlt. .!.' .Laoorara'' Un.on Eiclitnge Luuis. McST1D >

dared thejparson: nubbins his talking that night being the' journalism is hut little cult\at, elephants pfrforming a twenty-four- grass held between his thumbs. SHIJTTLES .Th.Trac.!IIpUtd.
!
distending direct one. f"r.hI.'re prire
pkets bridle and hatchet in hand and I The minister decided for the right all while, Europe in Turkey is credited it is quite with active. In I sheet pieU'p cown", all a twen- THE yea/ 1818 was very fruitful of r re frs. AI R o. I. :llvt- HI.ICKK-K )l.F.GC.. LI El 0 III E E *,.!Shorthand Eok keepingrcnrntr etc..thorou<-*Mv hip.taa Arithrnetlc htman. -

boy toshowtho over 20,000) ty-four-sheet portrait of Miss Clara Massachusetts iLCUltlt.t.LUII)0 tr cuct1afree.. BKTAVT'9: tULLKGK.Iiiir lo,1.T.
As Governors ..
lttle way. theyr hand road. Hut instantly all clue dis- journals. "I of tho 34MS: THIS PAPER frj ;",wrltiBUSINESS
over the crest of a hill, Charlie Not O'Brien the Roman knife-throw All men who have held that office within --- I A. N. K.F. :1271.i
-I
appeared. a man, woman child
cried: "Th re she is!" and the next in- had or Turing to .Asia, the figures show long the tops and the bottoms of tho forty years having been born in that COLLEGE _
seen horse ,
1u'h a or any hor<-e. t fewer than cwb WhEN MKITIMi TO ADVF.nTIiFK VT.E.\8E
Bunt in subdued. tone: "And, papa, The more he the blanker 3.000 nowspaperj pictures "streamers" were pasfc-d. Tho. year. lEMI'liIs. 'IIN.. state that you MW tho Advertiacmrat U tal
': inluirt.1 grew are issued most of which in most remarkable fact, however WI .n'l 'OII" ""r"I"I''l' n I .
appear .
tr's taman The minister recog- the ( it not be better Japan and the British Indies China that was Tire Edison waltz and the Buffalo Bill TJ..l\llU. j'UEE If paper.P
is one of these
a typical tramp, of the to turn back and try the other road:' Hut e\.pr. huge posterswas alop have supplemented tho Uoulanpor -

vicious grade, tall, muscular heavy- the parson reasoned tha; these people very poorly cupplied. having but the slung up into position whole--they march as popular music in Paris. The ISO'S REMEDY FOK CATARRH -Best. Easiest

jawed and slouchy. As soon as the fellow went to bed early, and a horse King-Pan (olfici.il journal of Pekin), had ( pasted together before start Whitelaw Reid sonata is an Imminent to use. Cheapest. IJelief is immediate A cure is

saw he was observed he stray which issues throe edition a day on paper ing. The entire 100x13: feetwas covered possibility. certain. For Cold in the Head it has no equal.
startEd after
down one of th'o defiles, and in a moment s1pping. through nine o'cok. of different colors: and ono jJlralat 1 exactly fourteen minutes.and thirty
road would not be apt Shanghai and in Corea. TIRE i a Mission grapevine at Cac.- -v.
became two. a mate one .Japan seconds! There! That is -
apparinA to be heard or seen. So he stopped ask- on the other hand, like something penteria, Cal which has a girth of six
publishes
1.500
from somewhere, and jour- You
they : in* bi-stiking. ought to hay
commentd and kept the feet at branching out in
.
questions troter"pfdin nnls. Africa makes but every
Qrapid march ctywar with the At the hank Dr. a very poor: seen ef those( Englishmen.They direction for a hundred feet, and this __ 1i i1l BBl l&8 BHi Ba HiBAa K3MBaVi aflHiHiH HI B HiHmJBiKL aHwBai
itrotruon who suddenly remembered i- show, having but :200 newspapers.. :?a) t were a study for Dickens. Of It is an Ointment, of which a small particle is applied
stout, gray and kind gave all L which :year produced four tons of fruit.
an engagement But all blandishments ithe are published in Ejypt. and tho course a crowd gathered, and, as the to the nostrils. Price, 60r. Sold by druggists or sent

were wasted Xell. information he had-rememberede I rest in European colonit5. omnibusEs stop at the Cedars, I As Intelligent canine that spends by mail. Address, E. T H AZKLTINE, warren, Pa
upon you
the mayuess
: mare perfectly; she had raised I ,
een much of its
America has time around railroad
a large share of a
there cross.-
wanted nubbinr representation was some quaint I
no no soft words and remarks --
-
when she saw an attempt corner her: on broken a neighboring farm. and, rljht ami L in the wIl'hIs press tli" rom the drivers and conductors.- Pall ing in Boston takes a position near the .
t at two old by
I
she broke into a cavalry charge cutting man, John years ; Irf United states ( issuing 12.500 pa Mall Gazette. safety gates when a train approaches
Sedgwick: hha.1'ht; her 1,000 of which dailies. In Canada and refuses to allow to
tr5. persons until -
a trail through the turf art pass
bla leaping g when .Tohn went West and old her t-i 700 are Although the prolu--tion of lead all danger 13 over. .
journals
most of
a snort an obstructing of puhlshpd. :;---'s.e; "tr-' .
pile -
Mr.
Ransom.
lie thought the psiHhty which French. pipe has commonly been regarded of .J. a u.
brush and are Mexico and A GIRL at Pa. : ;
,
sending back a defiant challenge ]Ithat she had all modern Reading postponed her .
gene that home quite origin, there
way Brazil, in to he
from which quitea] large number of :appears wedding because sho
the
unable
farther side. hn thetfx. was to secure
\ ; was ,'), and was most corn e\'iQPncl that the Roman: w&re 4iW
fe In this wise 'pr'"hafn papers are published it may b<> stated acquainted the white hors owned
a man knowswhat by a certain -
mo passionately in giving with the article
parting that the without how-
Argentine Republic has ) .
to do. man and boy rection f (i liveryman for the datA she had
adj'urnEdt journals. Australia is credited with 700 ever. possessing the appliances for fabricating The animals in 1 TO MAKEs
and
are demand
began bean fxe. great
the'og cutinj Unhitching the black horse in any thing of large
a mus- papers all of which are Enlih.Lon.don dimensionsor .
and .
weddings are said .
to luckto
When they with bring
ha'k lug mo.the parson'*eye fell on a man Times.Suicide. sufficiently strong to withstand pressure the Oeitu Bscut.
their load dusk bride. .
was just falling, and with a lantern and an who was from the fountain head. In tho u,. :
the .mmon all deserted, without a sign; with oi-'an.a hardware I Cherchel Museum is a piece of lead Ax Indian of Klamatb. Agency found A5I K YC'IN CROCCH FCR
me risk .
ttoppinAto tal. :- as a to life decreases COW
of life. They looked down all the ing mado by pip recently in cremation BRANU
roadsand opposite. A sudden o'- rapidly after tho rolling a sheet of ( n mound on the i:
every opening of hills and woods.ut t-urred to him, and he thought thirty-fifth year ant turning the edges over and then :running Klamath Indian reservation a Harrison w SODLSALEAATUS.
old
all in vain. in : : t)man: tIl'ry take their own lives as molten 1.11 the joints. badgo of the ,. AaiOLUTELY
Coming then fromsuch with inevitable qu,'stion. Instantly: I rarely as tho very young. Under I'a. ---- campaign of 1S41.. Tho 1 .-n--- .- .-- : S fUHt.
ten -
an afternoon.a waiting, hot au pa Ihrht came inuih.o. man's fal'(-. and over of -An Albino Pa., coon without "log cabin" and profile view of General
seventy years age -uirMi' is a
pr'was irresistible. Then i was dark, | ti:,, sir," 1.(' roplied.' "hi. \"Iil about, I extremc-ly ran'an.l rakes in ini njtii1r.t irray hair on it, was lately captured in Harrison show quit plainly. Probably wip ff:4I* ;

tbftokK'Wi cbsuo >Uh a 3tnti r j Oii4nll( t iwij nlxUttj.- ago. .. I. all.."' gb1'1} pUce J in} tho l statistical! ..tbh; 1a I;. Monroe 1-ink t.ft:County, ,. 0. Tiiu! ;animal ,hu eral these John Indians C. Freraont'a put the badge party from wbQi Gen-they


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