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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 14, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF STARKE BRADFORD COUNTY. AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. .
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VOL. XL_ STARKE FLORIDA :FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1810.\) NO. 34. .
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DREAMS.
now, an.ll planted feet I THE RUSSIAN STUNDA. FULL OF FUN. THE GRAND OLD MAN. HIS GREAT SPEECH.
i & W X w I 1 m I S m c m 12: n my as Irdy as
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I I 1 the hard bed of the ro.id would let .
t my CIV'q. in's .
IDn1 ml-\ICT.! Srrurrfl the >"on lnf
I equarP.I I 1 Oil)(I' 1 Wit) 2 W:*$ 4 001 7 Oti'M' 00: It M-CIII4 onf'l'\CJjl, :.rt.w and waited for him to A Mo\c.>ifiit Directed Ajcalnnt the Sp'rlt Figures not lie, but the female Itr. (.Iahtolf IC.fn. Tlln:11 How a californian
1,601 2! :3 pring. ,,
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"IU2l1't'1 : 10 UM'I) : CO An'l lirokc into ii.il Supremacy of the (7ar. Kvrry Thing Tint Come* liii
I 6fJuarel.! 2 oti:' :s w; e o ''I j 10 t.iI i 15 oao:: IMJ tin- tt.r".roHI ,'lJr.! the 'Die moonlight .,hO\'p< in to mrplainlyand 9gure will fol a man once in awhie.- "I Tom Fitch in the other
saw town
E:! 1'11011trt'1' 7 t I 10\) t-It 12 (IIi, !>< 0 > :< I Mjiir.5 toJXIHJM !a"I'lal Kc'jj liU ilri-inis: I he You am already aware that the Archbishop Binghamton Llader."marttc"lalo. Mr. (;la.l.ton. is, in every respect a
rt IIllual" JoI) )OJ i| 15 (O1.20 WI>, :z 5.UU )_ ) 10 An with that black line oftrees Sharppe '
Ten; cents a lin for the first an.l fire cenisT all Illicit :i ti.l M.Mt, lr\IIf ago, wh'jn Oddest its centenary reading lxx> titan h" did twentyUe red. rod i most'. as hf pazod out to where
And tl.lrl. (1 f.illi t to ilx-m : hot,i wIld j ni. Fully ten feet from celelrtee ; sciencegittin along? harppe
line for rach subsequent insertion.peci.il 1"11.14 a.d'lI the delivered in which hespokr. :hristm ( ago. Any thing and m tho bluo. unruffled (''pan"r. a pelican
; rates for time adverliscmtnta upon 1I. ,I..l.l. the end of his noto tlwtip of his tail, a speech I've give up Christian !Cenc an'gone years t'\r'IV with iironiinont lip wan making life
somewhat the Russian thing to him is grist to his
applicatIon at tlill office.SUBSCRIPTION. he severely of thatl'oUpS
Oh, ;01 would ii.-viT ncvcr'ucss h'l"'r.. stood (qiiiv.'rinj al O'pr a'he gath' peasants. Archbishop ikannoideclared back to plain bunko.?- mill. lie doesn't mind wa.ling throughchapter' precariously lively for a school of fish,
I Ij Uii- ilrciiiiuM ered f.'r '. jump his yellow- "Who was the first man, Tommy?" 1 S
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-- ; himpl "and timo I soo him I am reminded
after he finds every
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RATES : Wliy, iicuily till! tl. ""I'H folk bought hair erect and his long, sweeping tail openly that "the orthodox : isked tho Sunday-school teacher, after chapter i only : ef his in the LoiAngelesconvention
*- fn':"",HI htl .1,1 : sian peasants: are in almost every thing kernel of truth or a nugget of pure gold great !speech
at the ('nJain to and fro explaining that first were
On6year.. ...................... ...........tl oQ And one \"f' dlJ I fin N ami !IcilH, II gentle euring ; inferior nut only to the Lutherans, but our parents at the end. lie is particularly; fond of when he secunsl the I
fix mouths ....... .... '.. .... ,........ .. 50 .litt'c' : lkp \'tl'\c seen a pussy cats do. also to the Jews and Tartars living made from the dust of the earth. "Hen books of travel an.! politics; and there i is nominati .u \tor/'y-ltm'rl for W.II. .-

All bu'jsorlptions mut be pall Invariably inKdvooce. luvc-stcil I ma tu-.uii! al"Ht an awful nir.itc One) of I II." eye.s looked like a ball of lire, them this ry Clay, ma'am."-Chicago Advance. no that interests him suuittrh I 1. 1 II. Hart, now attorney for I'lorrnco151y .
among and ho that country
No discrimination: in favoroe an,. kin ;; hut tho I i other was ('loold. and he was thinks -Pat Lynch (to his helpmate)"Sure, the. 1 tart the ofa
bony regrettable state of affairs is due to tho as America, its people and its I'tl I tichni. really llatn't ghost

Communications upon all maturn of local linaid. who thought bcr j.r.-tty name ol.lfalnonol "nading like a P\i with his white fact that so hundred thousand and that's th' sivinth bucket 0' nchlopsOi A great deal of his reading i in done as a.matter how .Thomas I*. Carothers, 1tn. j'

Interest aohoit from all parts of the count j ami al/"r.l. gIparing at me, a;ugly threat in many do be fotchin' to the old an' of if dovino, was the slate candidate, with
peasants in Southern R'is iia are ee'i'verts prkt'r. duty or work you please,
Bought .Ir'ail" nf ,iii.l'ig't ami the every waited until he '> on he do look did
1U. .
(|U"-(- 't-L fr I hfiinl; his rose from the orthodox church, and ho jist as and after he has finished that and i is s u tloorpre \ Itlanchard. of Colusa. Iob- ,
haunches, and then stopped aside so afore he had mouthful. 15e bata
Harry bent t P. Ievlin and Carroll Cook
SECRET SOCIETIES. Ant. strange to .s.iy, a 1"1. who) IWII all vJjat he concludes his ]long interesting thoroughly tired out that most men "o

blrts.f ('o"t\toys landed just beyond mp.thou t speech by warningevery ane one against the hogs wl namll.Lie.Lally would take to the ,woods 0to a sickroom all showing some strength. Hart hadn'tover

Meets every bought ilicains, f' >cllii-:. papers v.itli UK- Baiting: for him to recover him.ol I Stundists.This t (leaving a store)-"You bet 1 the great statesman: turns to his thp v votes to go in on. with no '

night at Odd Tuesday Fellows' ra;gf
Transifent brothers Alo tl'l I(1..al.r MHIIIIKT ami a barefoot tll1Y ]knife through his attention to the .powerful religious I made him come dawn two dollars onpricm5' there is one subject dear to his heart dlfgatfH! the ('onvtnton.hut agreed to

cordially invited to ln.y at i>'l.iy hid% Mth all Ihl strength 1 IliLd.. But movement known as whose" adherents ." Merchant (to himself-"I) am after politics a 11 .state-craft.: is [ I 1l.t;; in ( i he could

J. Was bought up cry ijuk-kly II a instead of striking ,a vital part: and killing :tllll. the tricks of these customers.I I _
%tteud. C. WILLS, fl"il.. gray; } gPlt"Ial already number at least; :>..000000. ,- up to lady religion lie has no favorit" authors; jet a pro .jr. One of Hart's fritnl went t S

Noble (iracd.F. Ami 'o\la'I-"IiI through the grief him .instantly, as I hoped, I onlyseemed ). is or i to toll put the price up four dollars."-Texas he finds good in all schools and ho llos.s I lilt Higgins and asked him to' ioFikh
J. FIELDS 1'. O. Box ; I. make him mad lightning I llcul impossible
as as
Secretary 41.
Sittings. : a and let him nominate .
.h'lr be
'III.hi.I'OOIht wJI'r movement originated am iiJ says, in'h''ll. it must a very 'roxV

bright uml tenderi.'.uuis of a little for ho jumped round and grahll'c who was Lds its founder. It i is more that -1 love so much to hear Herlx 'Ii poor. writer who can't find _omo- Hart. Higgins i was for Caroth"f first

Improved Order of lied .Men. Kill \hoficd. riy into thigh in his muuth,- tea ring ffs) thirty years old and probably: the first talk," said Mamie to her mthlr. "You thing to say that will interest even the List aml.l the time, hut said to this

Osceola! Tribe No. 1, Florida: -Council 'A ragged litiic beggar: gill, with wl''Y. \v Nt- ribbons. impulse was given to ; by tho .'r- do?" "Yes; there is such a ring about busifst of men and tho most lo&rned.Ho pleader: 'Yes, let Fitch go in ar.d talkI

tires kindled each WedoesJay'i Sleep a* I lul k-azc, 1 gave myself up for gone now, for 1 colonists] in Southern i Jtussia,(not his remarks." "A ring? Perhaps his I has the faculty of skimming through I i, he want to. I won't do any harm.

their Wigwam, SStarke Fla. Siti dlo/nil Cinderella: dn'alilh j':\iSIs hadn't lat time to get my knifo out of directly Jan by propaganda but indirect intentions are really' serious."-Merchant a book and ( the salient points ina Hart hasn't the remotest chanco In thA

brothers cordially invitedto :.llla7"- his neck, and, with broken arm, thet ting
Transient! are Traveler. few hours. world Tuin's talk will please tho
Well, it i henry Georgenl>-
The
'I'I'lllal% minutes from the time ly. orthodox church, which has \'h.n
attend. J. O. HAT.' E8, lia<:hem. thing ]looked pretty desperate. Itutlife's '
they c'all. IiiigIit always been strongly] by thopolcl -Here is something (a hint, in fact) lished his and llVNt). Mr. boys.

-c.i. MEACUAM. Chief of lie -orJa. Hi fore the) :
< 1vt,had tak"1 llight. places] before, l : I ,i t 111, Alien tin time took the floor in '
sits he ; came _
S. \V.dttrrri..-, in St. Nicholas.DESPEKATE : ) < to the movement, but has novel A risk)-"Well, father, what is the not only road tl very carefully -

ChURCh DIRECTORY. -- think a pesky cougar was going to get in i its prophetsAt new?" Neptune-"Nothing much, except .m'l but hal a dozen times, and :at Harts h.i.\l.: lilanchard., (ook, Devlin -
----- lul'lp.l.c discovering
the best of an old hunter like me, so I Carothers had been
first the police was enoughto that a largo number of the fishes least a score of hook. also 1Jarin i>ntho a 11 already placed

HnlHbt ('Uurch.Rerrices ENCOUXTEIlBotwoon began to puzzle] my brain for a way out think it possible to simple the movement have struck for tho adoption of I uniform subject. Heiewed it from all in Jwm laton. and the knowing ones ,

nt 10:3!) a.m. and 7 p.m. Praytiueeting ----- of the scrape. I was lying on a lot of by a generous use stop of prisons and seal "-Musical Courier. points,_ and. felt no doubt that he sva.addjimg ? WI'f' all ready to cheer when Carotherj

every Wednesday at 8 p.m.J. rocks that wore digging into nJ}' should] declared tho choice of the
to his of
"Old lad remarked store knowledge so ,
Hank" and a Big, the knout, but it soon learn"d that theso -"My Judge Spencer 1:
M. CALDWELL, Pastor. back, and xii convention.
doi Fitdl
fpplng th1 game tho little l who had taken thewitness mug. took up Hart's war
Terocious Cougar. measures had quite the opposite effect; to boy just i
Sunday School rneeU every (Sunday: idea, 1 rlah"llout and got ( l.t, To Americans it will be of interest t<. aHl with him into the battle -
hig and .since then tho Stunda has spreadirresistibly stand, "do you understand tho n'l'Mll W'll
morning At 10:30.T. ---- r.iggedest; one 1 could find, and knotkt. know that )1 r. C Gladstone n-c.-hos a of CoM! Harlior. In his vivid worl
even beyond the southI'nprovincls. nature of an oath? "Yes, sir, I was in
K. Bu.3 Superintendent.Pr Th. llratr Iliintrr, on the with it till ho largo number of American ,
ho
,
Though T"I"I by Mirjiriso tH cougar head ., Nor is this to bo wonderod, pap's olh'ce yesterday when his coal bill now-.j ;ajvrs painting told how I Hart[ then a mere

liI 'Sc\cri-ly Wounded aittliv let go. I waited till ho opened hismouth and that ho is very wll >oy.\\as: ,('nt for the thick of tho
at, for remarkable] takes wao "Mr. Clerk, enroll the mapatinr.s ant during
I 1 lrt, Ii-t too Mm-h for to make another at a change prpsenteJ.
'\' grab me, lnflrnJ.l all ('lrlpntrfrlt'n light and given for a brigadiommaji
witness. .St. News. (
bTterlau Church.Fe place with the orthodox peasant who adheres Joseph '
the I'o\c'rrul nt'"I. when I pushed the rock down his gulletas topics. 1 Ho keeps several secretariesiiiisy : l,'r. ")n the carrying and delivery '
vices every Sunday at lo:30' :: a.m., and I. to "the new ." gi'is -F'rcddy-31a, whenever pa meets :
hard as it could go, him so tlwtrim' If and when he a striking I of he v dispatches hung the fort-
8 p.m. R. U. MATTICE, Pastor. lllking up he io better dressed, his Dr. Vandol he always says to nim 'How tn.l. .
that 1 could raise my knife rinking point in a book or he turns lines of the! day. It became
'1 11.I I P. Wood uji newspaper necessary
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. "J r. son. better, he becomes a are you old hos '. What does ho mean S
A. mann'ls art l".t'r
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f.r *Tils thick hide.lie down tho marks it be S
111 1- page or to clippedby to take tL'vm through tho lines
11. C. HULL, Supt.netbodlst workman, and he soon gathers a little by that?" Ma-"O, it's nothing more (enemy's
I .,, me? Yes, ho tried to. and did i his i daughter, Miss I Helen I Gladstone i and Hart I oegan hit perilous trip."Suddtily ; '
< fortune. than a term to thorough famili
to I 11 I liy hand pretty bad, but I kept express or his wife, or ono of his secretaries aTTlstrange it noticed that tho
wa.
Church. The new doctrin is really nothing arity. Uncle Josh-"May bo.; but I .
the rock down hIS throat With to say: he can turn to it years noisy convention was still. The delegates .
Service every Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. aad wolfor pIg but a somewhat modified Luthorani-m, rather think ho calls tho doctor 'old
yife I to him again and afterwards at a '. He sat as motionless olstones.
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday gait and. it has hapjx-nod often that the boss because he's such a famous munwnt uoti as rows I
I I in tho and neck until ho has a wonderful too, and Their mouths wero
and Thursday at 7:00.: gar { ''stundist.s; call themselves Lutherans.They rhtarger.-flichniond Dispatch. memory open.
)ld f\er kicking and choking till heI inows a great deal more of American Their ej.-j: hung out on .stems. They
O. D. TURNER, Pastor. will not have any thing to do with -Tho Itenewal of College Lalxjr.
I I when I of letters than would,
was crawling 111H mefjghbor lien most people were in'rested in that tory of
Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. 11'0! the orthodox church, but vet Professor of ( eo1ogy-ent1emen.] at magnificent ;
lu" 1 who helped me to his house tlfyarf suppo.0.: He is an i in'en-.o admirer of J'oroUiii so magnificently tolJ. i
LJ. CIIA.RLES UICH&.HD, Supt. generous enough to give the popes what close of tho spring term, I askedyou
'hen went back afprthocougar', tlC .lames l'I o&l Luwll ani J1.t 1 Harle, here, crept there; cut S J JI
"lart'l'1.1
yi want for I although
to to me, individually,
s-. which ho skinned! for mo. It's tl'Y IH.ir pXht11' report anyobject hhom he met in Lnn'll'l :and l'arm'o is way m one place bribed i I in an .
1 only] on condition that they do not of Interest
II? the cabin now, nnd( auy of you whoto preach extraordinary you to! love and respect for tH.i' talent as other. .\bouthiin was hissing and S
t
Christian against the new belie\ers. Archbishor meet in respective outings. hl ; .
Church.
see it will bp welcome to come right your \(1 as personal qualities.He I 'leath lnrtling; along the gale. Kxlaustod. S

lets xi, 2Gi; Acts xrvi., 2S! ; I. Peter Iv., 11 t"IV 1 lave a of it. lint Il t"l you, Nikanor stated in his speech that many { (. 'Ol may Ipgin. Corbett, I has a magnificent library of sight of the orthodox h in his dioccsu had hair
sir, mine yellow ,
Services each Lord's day: at 3 p.m. the ('ritter that wore that skin ( UldH. ll-"II"asp value and constantly adding wlund.l the gallant K y ;at list readied ? ; '

*? G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. mo a pretty close shave with have for several years 11(11 lomplftlYfmpt ] blue ('jIS, and a tailor-made suit. t.) it. He is Ce of th'- few great t men of the ; omiuander whom besought, S

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of time
Bun Jay School each Lord's day at 3 p.m s r I.-St. Louis (;ilohoIomocrat.INQUISITIVE : orthodox Many priests think that more the intelligent time ii Puck.;. this wO'llho is not ashamd to Il prstIit1"[ the dispati-hs-;, all saved the I .

-Mrs. drmac-'owlal! I the preparations seen alone in tho st r'lt. and I hi often day. !
C. J. DEN TON I not far olf when] the Uns-ian church will I
Supt. N WOMAN. for the is com .
r housl-warmin' spends an hour or so in *Olll' old book .'Thi l boy> was W. 11. II. Hart. whom j .

m.. tt L_ _____ ____:-_ with Which She be overthrown h.thp. Stunda., The government llll; an' I can't think o' nothin' moreto seller's shop on tH Strand or in Corn- i now ]present to your consideration for f It
l : 1'lil.1 is not able to combat I the steadily S
cn..ton. Kast.e 1 contribute to the OFFICIAL IIKiCTOKV. I Tra\lh'r fr'1 tl' nt. natun turny-.nl'raly. :
fact that has forty increasing mo\'e1< Only ono going to bo present.-Mr. Selfmade"rhtero's works, and wh.ni''r there j ,'onclude-l I Fitch. '
a woman eiTectho 2
I\l measure might perhaps prove only one thing I would i hook sale either hi-i I
in important son "At oii'-o the broke out into -
( Oiilrern.JInyor isolatedtho 5 \
'Ur almost wholly ; l'on\cntll
;years I the
-L. Witk ov ki. civilized world fairly bo -rplgioulhrtyhut government suggest. Nail up a sign in the parlor Uerl>ert, or one of the secretaries is tho wildest applauso. K\ery body s I f

AHt'rrnt'n-W. W.lapp: U. D. Miner "I to excuse some may of curios- courage London News.grant iL--St. Petersburg .a'ing 'Guests that use hair oil is ro- present to bid in any ,alu"Ill or rare was up shrieking lkl:ma4m1; a ti ; f
Cor.
George E. Pace, L. D. Wall, S. F. Gardiner. i nd even soine (agprnps.po1 j teness. A ------ qUfst<1 not'to" loan their heads agin the volume that may be oITt'rl"i I He I spent Wf'to'*:' d; cafls' hrkfn. en- : ,.

Clerk-B. 15. Alvarez. t ..lor found such a one on a mountain:, THOMAS JEFFERSON.A wal paper.: America. a fortune on his library, and when an- thusiasrii of the moment Sam Short- .; t.

Treasurer-Walter Wills. t I i the far "'pst, fifteen from -Akron editors can not tell a lie, but n\Yft by tho cares of political j I life, ridge, a *'aroi:''r3 .nan, moved that the S

orshal-F. I). Wall. _'oarest town, and nearly a mils hundred l>n IMrtare of the Third Preilitpnt otthf one of them has made a desperate attempt always finds rest and contentment there, uominati.m of Hart h(made by acclama ..

A'sellSor-T. W. Sw' at. 1 the nearest railroad. Her "olo (:'lif..1 state in that direction, viz: A local lie is on familiar terms with many of tion. H'S wild motion would haveJrone -

,T.Itrsol was very tall, six feet two physician in one of Ohio's counties hasa th.> lesser, as well a!thnrlaL'r liter through hall been .
she called her husband i put (
\ as wasout uroUCok .
1" 5-- and when) the traveler drew
County OmC' rl. "; to the ".orj' IS thIs prospecting ploxioncd] shy in manner, seeming cold, experiments. His latest is ono of admirer of the work of Sir I.lwin withdrew in of time rariant.anr1 "' .

County Judpo-W. F. Malpbns. ''1 was joltiii on \vard homo with a rein before the log] cabin and asked] if ho awkward in attitude, and with little in extreme interest. Carefully extricating noM, the descriptive work of Williamftl.ick Harbor. Tht fl"oI had hl'r hardly bo- .

Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Week. bi ls buck strappc'l hlhiJl.nH' tliat 1M could have dinner. his bearing that SUggl'stlt (ommaw1 the proboscis of a lusty mosquito, and the plots of lkh'lolns.- amid th halotng when J.

Sheriff-H. W. Epperson.Tax just killoil a pip,'.(up iho river. I was; "Of( "ml'Sf 'nlldn-I ",'l as 'tis the One of the g1'patf< of modern he successfully transplanted i into the U. W. P.ok, in I'ltif' Homo .''ollr:1 r.Linchar'i withdrew-( wid Then Devlinmlled \.

Assessr-J. li. Wainright. nar.dark so I siting him up. all lil,'d- w01an said; heartily, pvi.ll'ntl.delighted writers first made ]famous declaring nasal front of a common house fly. The "UNMAKE NABOBS. ; I out. Carothers h hoping ,
to have the dreary \' of herlife ) CAN <1 '
Tax Colll'cwr-M. M. Hale.
]ho an.l tho Mooil founded
was, kept ,1'1 p- ; that society was on bi of the 11}' now has all the pleasant that the slate would hold together 1

Superintendent of Schools-J. L Hill. ping all alon;the roal, and i lust haw' I 1 I.rok en. "Yol \\n't git much -only cloth; and Jefferson( at moments of pungency t of its swamp relative.- t 11''paI.r Man Who 1,1.1. In 11 in I withstan;ling Fich's eloquent assault.not .

County Bu"eror-W. II. Edwards, C.Conuty IIln }hy that that the! cougar tracked liar meat, ant l"'rn-aolgI'r and some some interest in his career as President, Leader. l"nd" Ih. Fortunes of Ian.1..: Cut tho slate was smashed into .

CommissionersWitkovski, mo for the first thins i I ]knew a Ncream ('o1Tt'i'-iiiit \\.loIW to sech e1'tis. seemed to regard his peculiar style of Cle\elmt There is a man in this city, a n'-ws- >m it here"us. Heforo half the counties .

J). B. Kiiisht, L. A. Todd, W. 11. Piuholter Where goin' EXCESSIVELY POLITE. who could day. by a
broke out behind me that made the air you ; Iress as a matter of political importance, ,iapor man. any were called' Carothers had his namn .
M. V. Smith. "To (iiinnison .'* scratch of his and the click of a 1
ring like a 1.(1. Tver heard one of Ciy mvii. lie time Federalist newspapers never pen withdrawn and Hart was unanimously
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of and
those beasts: yell? Sounds somethinglike "Do you" live there? ceased ridiculing the corduroy small /11'tratfn..' .Ih.nomfnal'Courte8.. I telegraph instrument break down a nominated. Tho convention had beenstarapedul

Male oncers.Govetnor a woman with a pair of ,No. clothes red waistcoat ami t'later. I dozen millionaire,1* and make as many
powerful plush sharp-
'* is possible that there in such a thingas by the. magic of ono man'svoice.
-F. P. Fl.ninc1! JacksonvillaSecic'ary ]lungs *-.r"ptting at the top of her voico "Where do \you" 11'p'?, to'c boots with which he txprlssll hicontempt < I being too polite; at ]least, ono mayrr more. His position entails upon him a : t

of State-Johu L. Crawford as i sh mighty di-tress. Iy 'lti'rnmont.. '' for fashion. i For in the direction of a too obsequiousCourtesy. resptnsibility that many men would "And i,joI.1 of i all was that Hart _
Crawford vile. "Do I) ? 'Way back I there? JI hesitate to incur. The fact of his
horse knew what that meant., yon this tall I. very -
hcream fight years loosely-built, some- It is said that royal personage'once wasn't in th battle of Cold Harbor abnil.
a .
AtLornl'yUl'Ilt'ralWilIiQ.w Lamar,Yon' for i wa-n't lime first time he and had -1 Ih. yf. \\ stilT figure, in red waistcoat ands asked a courtier what timeit holding his position is a standing compliment .'"-San Francisco Examiner. j jBOGUS' {

tlct'Uo.Treasurf'F.. heard that sound it "Von a fam'lyV"VVos : down at the to his integrity. It i is -
together though st/'rInj
got jam stHkings slipping was, and the man with low I-
J. Potis, Macclenney. ; a and two children." rpplel a witness to his ability. an orroi GREENBACKS.
hadn't been lately] for the hraMs are.ear.r S heel], a dotils that seemed too :,mal I reverence, and with bated breath: ala for
Commissioner! of Agriculture B. than used 1o be. liejumped "Well. I shouldn't think your wip' } i bo I sitting of judgment upon his part WHIM sometimes -
tHY for him may ilagil'l on ono "Whatever time your Majesty pleases.t Tlielir-t rountrrlVit Uill Printed i.t (, t
Womhwell. forward ami if I hadn't let yon come 'way off out lpI" '. I aliovo time almost Iwasdisasjrous to the men I- ,
1111,1 on hip, with ono high Doubtless the would have been Fence, I n.l. '
D. Barnes. wouldn't Jet tile man: go oil ]liko King who trust in him as a misleading;
ComptroMer-Generfll tight have: fallen almost my other almost without ceasing repose ,
prll. \,110 talking Better pleased less flattering and Sim'y't new hooT wil bring out tho .
AdjutanLGt'neral-VaviJ Cedar that""I'm statement made, i intentionally.t : This 1
Long, tIl.augar. for Inwasn't but two ('1 to his visitors at the Whito more definite answer. historical' fact that the fr"t counterfeitgreenbai \ \ )

Keys. three hphinl me. I spurred up. forthey're I travel i ng for my health., House. His skin was thin and delicate, There is a tradition in a certain hot
Superintendent of Public Instruction-. pretty tough customers, with "Whats tip matter with" you? peeling from his fate on exposure totho I that one of its guests was so polite that Treasury Department talking to the Lawrence in this 'Omty, turin; thit \ \
Albert Russell, Jacksonville. '.My ]lungs are weak. high pflicials. 1 lie is of medium build ( '
little in them I tottered
mighty or no scan- all sun, giving i a applaranl'f.This none of her preferences could be ascertained J'arlIY members of the criminally-fa
PROFESSIONAL CARDS had t', of the that : : ('olin'out hero m:ado ''I an.} with hazel and tias a serious, earnest fI'p. smooth
-- .just come a part; 1.lal; ; /a. sandy face, eyes and the following incident is mous .lolmson family.: Many tlwlsam1. t

U yEYIf\C. --------- ran through a patch: of ]li\e-oak trees, 'r. !sunny aspect; this loose shackling person always quoted in illustration of her phenomenal shaven, and a bright restless. e\-e. His of tIt bPIs were placed in drl11at on. \, .
ENGINEERING.
CIVIL llwh better I think. aarK hair is now sprinkled with'
which cut ofT all 1 light from the moon, ; this brilliant conversation courtesy. wr'l people r.:>t dreaming of counterfeit 'r:
ra11,1ng
I idee I this country kills and. with I hfs serious ii. gi n.s a .
R. F. ENSEY, which was just riing. I i I Ie'a1.1 nrin- "WI.l 1an 1 belonged ( controlling I inllniMices "Now, Kitty," said her hostess, one gray IPi early aft"I the first appearancn of inn i
it I rather not tackle] as many: as i cures. Are your children of American more necessary him a look older than his'r's. ,
age thought : history morning "we can either row or drive bill, and besides the events of
cX"V E1'\TGI:1'\TEER.: .. ., girls:.1'S three-fourths ot Ho is a quiet unassuming man, stirring \
cri than
the to the story his ; which would you the war I rgly] attention
,1vetNl
moring prderT and talks slowly} hut in a S
fiTARKE, FLA. "Iut! it seemed like he meant; to \i boys. tIll official papers: which only hid Ito "' you, that will b charming precise from bupinoss matters. \
wi.li one of ma a with the tone of a man
PnU2flitlr'Jr. e'tlmfttfl" leveling, etc., isCtied tackle m( or rat her to ha"1 that deerat "Ipn't .von truth. Jefferson's personality during was tho non-committal reply and, as way hi words. Caution 1'eto McCartney( was the financial )
who nsust
with Moouracr and d1spaci.Terms. all hazzards. for as I ]ook.t back at girl i ? these eight years appeared to bo tho her hostess afterward declared, "wild weighs backer of tho Johnsons and after tho :
$ "Ye I do." be element in the nature of a man .
o er day < an
I cash.'S him I saw the brute gather him."l up (Government; asd impressed i"pl I like horses ('oulr not have drawn from hem plato ha'} been worked the Johnson at- ;
"/ i if i it You their i filling his Ho is the Washington
was got position. -
into a ball before 1 could wheel sholl.1 n1. that of P.onaparte, although by a rillr. i further tempted li> unload .Iartm'y, hut his
ant \owa1"
with 3 of a big .tirm of streetbrokers
ho landed with pictur's you on the mind of Nation is agent Wal aroused he stolo tho :
around one spring on ent process tIH Such careful courtesy often exceedingly suspicion- being
J. 0. 11AYXES "Y"s..ulll like to see them? who financial
my shoulders 1 bearing m> to the saddle.. I yon In tH village simplicity Washington i amusing, and when used by an puhl.h hll..til' plate awl caused it to l*' electrotyped. '
I would and wife's too, if : in the Stock Kxchangi* at New York.
The horse staggered and fairly yelled, "Vis. ; your society }ho was 111l than a king for he i Irishman, one can fancy that it would I ifter whii-h it was returned to its old
it." These bulletins I furnish the d,>alor. j in
3D E N' 1[ Ssr: hI was so hac'arll] and a-. rolled YOI'got ani was alone in MX.-.*! as will a. 111 pnnocatue of smiles An Irish stock and Government bond, with an niding-p'vce. The electrotype was a .'

of him broke down the road in a gallop, lhotograph.. wrf produced pre-eminence.. I xf-ept the P.ritUh Legati ;tiM i ono< called the captain of his : marked :improvement (ii the original
; of the of :.
taking the deer with him. Thl cougar I the % ) tW1) eagerly- < n, no house Washington was open I vessel from a coflee-house with the flattering ih'J fnandp.J.'y; Ih",1. :rrounterf, and McCartney worked oil -

.\ Office orcr Jones Brick BlocJU a)11 f'l tngntl'r, with me underneath. Well thley'rlreal smartjookil'1tt to general society: the whole] mass of I statement: ministration. A blf.tn wil iuf''I'the his serifs in this fity. and over $100,000 ,
., an't stock market thtj t.\ersand
"
:
-- -- TIl fall heavy' weight on mobtunned fcllfs. Lght-collle.tf.l politicians, even the F"llral.t. wore I "An't plazo yet Honor, tho tides is sway of the sp-irious stuil were readily place sellers of bonds, and rai.t' or break tho
: HUGO & WILLS me for a mompnt and. I lay they,. ? dependent on JeiTerson and 'the Pal ."a i for ye!" in circul iLion. '
y ." : ting market several points. So accurate are ,
stIll, but to 1)1 real Beared at. sometimes ( ace" for amusement Ito Surely the captain might ha\othol htnimfl :I'aDhie the Secret-Servico officers, SLed

like a bucket of<.-oM water doused "I reckoned so. Your wie's dark, showed his powers at their best in \'u : more than tho (equal of King the statements of this agent upon financial by M vjor Wood, had been apprised 5
at Law cont'dence! is
that
matters
Attorneys on you. so I came to i in a little while, an't she? 7 f 5', :wn ho.isc, wIH'rf among friends aa Canute, who found by actual experiment implicit of the vinterfeit and were laying for
in his the dealers,
I first tried throw the brule ofT but "No.' not very. and cheerful ,f) his ideas that he was unequal to controling placed judgment l.y I the Johnsons and )McCartney. .
genial
STAFJKE, FLA. he clung so tight I couldn't even budge "Looks so in the"lictlr' Is that a silk cl.uh flow freely, and, could be, discussed I the sea. and they will back his "point'-rs" with i of tracking the latter to his rooms P

him: then I tried to roll over and. over, dress hc'sgot on? with sympathy.. S\ifh were the men Perhaps the advice of a certain d.ai big money. I he shoiil'I"iii a dispatch where ti! ., printing was going on, McCartney .
WI practice in 1 the r.urliin the is""Lookslike to-day, for instance that It was
Four I let loose "I think it whom he surrounded himself bychclre well ', arrested at the _
& 'Ift JudicUl Ciicull thinking could make him with old lady applies to as as *a: postoffice.S _
etrlletf understood tho of the Treasury
it.Vha Secretary -
that way, but }ho was too heavy' for that (n you gitglHsik and none but such "l'rt i invit ,1 l to other affairs of lfe. :peak the and in a roodays, in company with the

F. J. FIELD, and besides my left arm began t hurt for a yard back East?" to enter his (.'ahinet.-htenry Adams' truth always." she was wont to say, would issue an order tomlrowstopping Johnsons-, who had been found at Lawrence .
"
me like tits and I couldn't lift it. My 1 really hint k no", "History of ..T(1tron'slTuinbtltion..' "but speak it. gently.''-Youth's Companion the purchase lionds his h<- was for.arl.e under strong

fit, wa* getting derate.. when "1 hop" I'll live t-' pit one 'fore 1 die, word WOIIr] hold and it would break the escort to the Military I'rison at Wash S

rI k M s n' 1to1 rk n rl shnrSTARKE cougar,thinking he had) m\ I reckon tlc but lye an idee I won't Is that a diamond Hints on CIrarini; the Tabl. New stock half a do/en r('inf before ington. S -

bnzzom wife his on the that nothingmay The Gitt of ChffrruInp the could be refuted or confirmed -
pin your fragments report
stuck his }head a.-ouivl to at my Gather up the train was crossing tbn
gel
theiV diamonds in it'hat's ?" crumb Good and girls are almost and hundreds of thousands of Whi.
"I believe are be lost. you use a tray, healthy was
FLA. I'hattheir know of I although McCartney
throat "a.you No novelist would dollars would hands in the shuf wuntail.
bu\noss cheerful. change S
? broken
first the pieces a always
killing their prey-just c.it-'hing it under your gather upon hand uf-l! and shackled at the time, .
_' &LI WOBK GIIAI'ANTICKD. 81'1 the throat tearing; a ]hole and "I'm a lawyer.," plate. Take the knives forks and spoon* consider his ;youthful heroine complete fle. Thus this one man holds in his be managed to make his escape, and in :. ,

the blood as it out. "YO\make a heap don't )'ouT' separately upon a tray remove the i a "ringing laugh" were omitted fro.n hands the fortunes of so many men andthe two weeV.i ho was back again in this .
uhl' .
: drnking "I make a living." salters and pepper-sprinklers and butter- the list of her charms; and, in real life happiness of many fami .-Washington secured of his
possession
& This was chance for the city, electro
PEEl FIL\ZEE S cat'.s reached my a.-ound as I :great ..i don't see how your wife can wa dlihes in the same way Remove the the girls who do not laugh now ani Capital. type and disappeared. It cost the Government -

har my such fine you don't make a ]o plates and) other quietly take then are seldom trusted or liked by "Howdy" in Thirteen Co'intrie thousands'of dollars -
into i its I thing i a great many
'. Attorneys at Law and MariesSTAKED could.finger as. deep howled like one a f fury and eyes as Now you go hich your bean and I'll those of -he guests first, and. not piling their companions. Even beauty will "How do you do?" That's English and before the officers again laid handson ,
snapped
I cheek. this beauty have' dinner in ten minute,"-Youth's up mert than can be easily removed at not save them. A belle who fails t understand American. "How do you carry your him. Meanwhile the Johnsons succeeded -

CO. FL1. at hut my I knew giving it was me nip ani tuck lmpani.n.I. _ once. After the plates. take the foo-1 j the jest of her admirers and self?" Th=t's French. "How do voustanl in making terms by which they 'i ,
spot "
nRl'O.H amiable bewilderment while ? That's "How do
in
Then the smiles you
Husband. or dishCs. remO'c Italan. escaped prosecution by turning up this
no''. fo I gouged and g-ougtd till the for I platters I "
Abstracts of Title and Real Estate Law I thing lot go. The moment it did 1 made: I. Dealer-Yes, Iahr. thereis crumbs. Some ladies prefer using twc I .thc people are laughing is soon left find yourself"? Gern1n. "How original plat and 'giving theofScer

peoialty.Abeuacts! ._ than able-cloths, leaving the lower one c! ;I v. ith no consolation save to wonder do you fare? That's Dutch. "How can certain pointers with reference to other
the I nicer for a man
furnisliol showing : every Deci a break up road for knew mightywell no present : the aftvr-course.tem can be what any body can see in her rival--a you?'' That's Swedish. "How do you offenders Neither the Johnsons nor the S,
lax, sale, Look at this for ob
Mortsajtc Vt: the matter wasn't ended, and I hanisomeriting.dcsk. "
ment and ail ml'rl ot lIb:1.1udgment: AUscl' 'n a small house with homeljfare I girl with .tptled" nose, perbaps, and perspire? That Egyptian. 10-j. Government knew until long afterward
{ ( -ivantrd to :get out of that dark of one for example.Cutomer1t's! 6r\er
ffccting Title of H al] in "fI freckles, but the stomach? eaten
Eltat Uradloid as well as in a palace and taste car a large your la\{ you your that McCartney had an electrotype, andhad '
euuuly, Florida up tu Abstract.IIEADQUARTEKS wood to where the moon would -t meMe very but whatare ;
prety. "How ilo
of of ? That's .u
displayed in the arrangement happy possessor a pair merry eyes rice y march his former as3 ciates. ,
be as I stolen a on .
what: I had to light, for. take all of those things? wll :
my square of on a pine table as in the groups and a cheerful mind. The gift of gayetj have yourself? 'Ihat'H Iol.b. "Hew .-Indianapolis XPWS.
for it, that sort of isn'tpit That desk has out .iH'S
u
.
rumpus
\o'J "Urawtr.l1a.lam. value but it must begaytty live ? That's Uussian. "May -
of silver and china of time lich. Skill ir is indeed of great ; Jo you on
FORk .isur.t in the dark t'ure enough herecame hundred and sixty separate drawers -They have taken" the school-honse
in kind and shadow be IPSS. That's Per
shown in baked which originates a thy never
the eoiiEMr. but I was b-'tter "Huh! And every tim he mislays any cooking is as readily a bell and"hung it on the judge's stan.l at
.
is born ol/ "How is ? Turk
I that which sian. body
:IBU: 11"lw',1 French entree. Poverty heart, not your That.
in .
ANO for him this timl. for. I I expect me to find it. Show potato as some cherry '' the trotting park in an Koj: >tcrn bin'J
the
the above
) And all
thougI tlingIw' is no excuse forcarele.-s] habits amdbItl mero excitement or gratified 7nity.K. ish. mean dmoSt. .
E ntinp the ped when I me a k with uno irwer.Wcckiy. -N. Y town. '
pre" Jvfrpol aDd Londoond : Jr"l my gun f.ll'lf my tl' Detroit Y Louis Republic.as
cookie--
: Ulot* Company. I hor,o. had my huutin -kuifo. out b,'- T1Llr Lltbc, S


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KoiidSupcrluteiidculn. the :i m. S -s.>-. Te'nperarce Item:. V
IELEGR/PH.
BEDFORD CoUNTY The Honed
nt 10 :i IQ.. Yb. &|l. 1880. All members Attest: JNO.i:. U1LLS.U out ustno: ux. iiv ; di V

-PUBUSHE!) WEEKLY T- pn-M-nt Minutes last meeting adoptfid. AI.TKH fl.IS. Minor.I. Ii m: I'l.( mi'oiig I lU- i.bi.vt- M-J'--I:! we (:.> i1.CL1iT &
T kBXE.ULtDFQRDCOWcTY.FLOIUDA. J M Johns reported that as time county I I. rk. ; ;yu rrant City ;
not cim! thsi I at'it.li<-i t f iiw-il i Is nsore MI !

I.c.wr. consideration coroinissiontTs in reference had a petitIon to the Sham under ke Time PJ2hItoueiuPhopmacs. ristmv! tsminy! oil.tr | oi>oi; ; ii is its J iPWv1DJy :iu'n: EIttit gc'V3

Editor and Publisher. nnd Law ley road, where he was ordered Mij'ir Edw ird Willis i of Cia i ui.-ft.a u. iS. :i.tl- :.'! :i I.I Vflt.f V h't ll it i.s lit-Vi r in- g', j11rn 'lflUiS ve ui1 nu.ii'O1bfliC' .

XI'IISI KII'TION $1.00 A YEAR. to cut mind tnnUe u pasfable public roul C Injuns a let her fn.u J. C. 1 it ti.| j.iil. i itndcil: bj il.eCu-K't.i., J'-ii i" -J"in'3" ;
1iJUbCLbCLaVId ; V
through the Trtnplrs Jlill settlement is : ( J
..11-i II1! fs i iN t ..I.IIM ::1 l.t-venijre. Jami
!
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the ienon why time road was not opened.The editor of the News amid Cuiiricr, tnfr 'il>ic> : l.esp -

ttre4I Arc-Hiting /') Aft
1114 lt Off.fc., Xtnrkc. fla., tig (SroonfMatter. having IHMJII sppmved of by the county j t the growth xiul eomlition: and prospect* pmpnaa'or of I this ivil. 'I he d.tr I ti\I. may -Ici5 and
e COIuuIIliiotCISnIld returned 10 this board. 'aflU.:; fov ;: ;
:
of the pho.'iihaic indii.sries' : t'i! S. Caioliiri be :as luoial.! i.ud fmmrcr lie maS ji"M"s:

were placed on minutes and filed: | 'than nml ur.dithe uiliiiin &tiatiiHi <,f pr>i\crt.n.iT.t Call on or address ; V --. s-H'.r t*. 1'.1'. u a plendld cnmblnctlon.
lIE PACE THAT KILLS.Tl IViiiion ofS F Smith et al) for public i'ro any uil i.er n :tu. is greatly i ii'U'- a-'tpri.C a si bnr.t .atucdcttonforuheenre'oz
d from Lamb's Olu&- ot'onu p-lilicnl .is imothtr. The a" firtr' *',,.;'.+ -t Primr.ry, ftcn.ltry t Dd T,rtl-
; leading bridge on ested in thd coreries reported ia FloriJ.i. p.iity O. L. PEEK atty-at-law and r L -r.r'--

tltf inw ronrli Wlil'li erlw SIIICk Iff creek Bouth i mile thence"about out: ] j ." i j main isMie I befoic n.- !-.. "ji-iill tbc &alunii ,
In Hi* Miid.-Run n XVIrr re mill- the line of J J and SV
'ii dividing La.
j 1 lhcri-Ji. lit iis c .h'centrate Titles. STABKE
Willis handed ofr and I liquor nile? abstractor of
Around he I'onnir.* mid Lamb LII) north and W O Tison and J J Ji MJIJ Vt4 n piece ,

Iabrl The tit Craw.Krrp!" UfT i Icls: r.n Miutli. Io Jnteiwict the Pnwidcnce < k tv hie'.i had been i rented: to ir.umtic u t our efforts ng.iin.-: :his-.Hniijhi{ Ul'of -

IFor the TtLKOR*ra ] ( road near h S W Limb's. j acid by a iiovice. who, I etiuu: e ii I 'Vffervesfed. y.itau l Iliis 3car. and fear ,.h tir.io toIcotnc. ToRe-eatablisha Lostlced.< ; |

Thow IVt'tion of J J DuBois et nl to chance had it worthless. Lie fly careful itivLHtittion ;it will bej fIlr4JW1wk&C tiI IN CIRCUIT COUHT.4TII .JUDICIAL; CIRCUIT rA.Ii.-f.r 1
who linvp proved
or >ur penhile examined .
rnnd running: from across the Oluslee tie.ir; I P I19& 1RMLc OF FI.'JiUDA. BR\DF T.l) COUNTY. -yih.t.a. a. >hnic Eheamatlim. bcrnfulon Ulc.r*
the Times-Union rrd C1I1)fl. must B M Williams to Worthington Spiings. 4t'c it as his i.pj muon that I the specimen j;: found! that high-li.'enit i* a 1Ti ice and a In time matter of the ar.piicati.m cf F.' M. Pyril. ,r-id,! rtirn.S'.roi..jr iiintiiliilnr Vi-f i tIIr Swoillngfl.hiive TeIIfttcJ HlmanuitUm.e.flrath traatment U>lu1&,,

Imve 1 the ool. und that the "ef- crime us well "3 n natioi.il! : J-i:'. It 1ms B. BrnnninK anl T (.'. Anlcraon. 1 ruVee-
.tbt'ioislutl Wheelers muij-ilic
< n it jtmouiil i{ road to be turned to left of J was very ;; ; Lake I'ut-r! Lodge >.> 5of Fiw .in t Accepted _

tmwv 'jpondcil; for :tidvcriiwnx- tin irin. near Ft. Call church to cross Blutf creek ferveswnt" test was n humbug. Ri-ek i iJ been clobely dfiiU'iistrsti-d l !!:.'I in 4 I town Masons, to re-/ t.Kl-h n lust deed. vvs.

rbout J mile above old ford aiit;! ll-rough i 'of "0 0"0( pc-op'c.' ifi M.'"' ii-i wi'l'I do as V .
Yt. tl1s riitmn J thai fuilcii tff-TVebCe wuithlens.
intersect Worth- !
lane of J .I DuBois and!
niucii h.irm as fifty and s<..n.itiir.i.more.. ia Uianton. her h'jsbft d. Vini-: LoM, F.lz-,.LorJ. 9
Florida daily; ia nnlj one unmmr ij'! n
its kiml cnniinvally: ife-ucd all ov r the Ja7-ob ilk-fa. I lie- thinks theru j is millions in it for How is this? Why, it ui'iht- :i; !12 men JAVA& MOCHA Preston heirs of Frur.-i t Prtbton. .Iccea.* :l. '

fi'tintry. They are lMrn out if a dfc]>lv lYtitio.1 ;"? W W Blood worth et allo Floijdi, if proprily : ruj hone-tly handled. 1 nut of the busuK-sv Th..t is :i"l. '1 he 'ihe above Intcre-tcv nan.>d Will itt-ftbilautd ta'k', noticO anJ ill that otl.tr the i i.r.. il, nk.n yszta !->.->tii9rs. tcrrmo. Chronic F.m l C o -
Law road L person- V .. -.. ;i.-rrl.i ;nisun. Tetter. ttc&idbead,ne,tte.f .
Builer and for r
Jnke I
felt necosbii}' of i uiUertisiug ibeir rcFjwr.lirc ; clint.2c ley ( 1 1 he handiern of our Flu' ida phosphates lust ory of monopolies a ml I ln-s: : I in this c.OFiF I above-namel p: !lntils will apply to hN Ho or V F.t". t u IKivrprfal frnlr unit an ndidtiiiicu, sections for the> *, kef bringing in Kite's fence witiioa*. cxpeiiM* tn county. hhould use noi.<; but a high standard frutn i i ith coun'i3 Ahnws tlc; businc'-* wisdom of ? Court, ut Jacksunvilte. FlorlJa. on Friday the "

immigration nci-rtain y "f March deed 1SOO.made for by an one order Francis re-e-taiilUli-Preston ( '

and monry is freely' spent in the cus<\ h the NarUr- and hriiib ioad as a sitllernen stick to it. A low grade put upon the i j serve to run the pn' r inii; : out t.f the _, i.: _. floW lecea-ed bearing date April lotn. 1W9. to
; nmd to I IK- kept in repair without t V L. B Khodea. H. F. York M. L.McKinney.tru-te9
the ailv 'rtierii well knowing Uiat the nut.l.iy *-xpense to (!itlIltV. markets in the hi-giiming would i injure i I muikftitI u leaves i tinfitid char tncaplitul. of Lake Butler Lodge No. 52 of Free and Accepted

will liring> !lit-p rich rrlurna. They Kcv. Eilward Il.iilcy and IL'V. Willhun the value for ever afterwards even of the 'JJiis 1 is why.so n.any iiitclli! iut .e _ ,.f Bradford Mas.nS. situated and described Lake Butler as commencing in said County at

must nltui have been struck and bumi-! Scott I, l<'ing miinsiers of tlie gospt-l. were beft.The saloon men, favor lflgil-l!.ti'e. ami 1 this is.why HO A IECT;; AKT ALBUM CON- the northwest corner of Lot No. 40 of said Town.Icavinff ser, tciiKilns up thasvstem r plilly.Laiilei .
'
tinted with the insignificant show Bud- xempt from ro.id duty. FoU ed in C'nr 1'nn' in IS67. The field there west fifty-eight and one third yards to a corner,
I oulered e j
ford bud with several \vrc paid : I IliaBaAND
compared
county !I should! combine to' crush tnt tbc hydiabiutlci COFFEE CULTURE, WILL thi'nef south seventy yards to a corner, thence
other counties which have hitherto been A II Willi.ii.i8 10 COJ is about GJ) miles lonjr by 25 miles vmaIe.I BE SENT ON RECEIPT OF YOUR ADDRESS. cant flftv-ei.ht and one-third yards to a corner,
considered dead, not to mention the live M Johns 5 (HJ > The I s mite sends to market yearly 225.OOi) '; Riosster.! Moia. y. Ibis ''if. mite CHASE 6. SAN30RN, thence north seventy yards to place of betrinnin -

ones at all. fitarke modestly stood like a H Moore h-idgc! work 10 OJ tons of fertilizets und 530.000 tonn of [ question is like I the piii--t ullinjj imlulg1 87 BROAD ST., BOSTON. of Itange--', ping O E the, which SX of said Lot deed No. 10 hat in Sec been 30 lout Tp 5 or S

'p'wr rtlatlon" among her more favored J II II.K! 200 r. i'lc. and I the phosphite lands lUeiv. 1 encii-s-: Pay the pr.ce amid Commit the s-in, destroyed. F. M. BYRD.L. .
olFeu for
iiuneil I
alic'vt aite
cousins but with Bradford county it was W I) AlVUlcZEnoch 5 *) although the deposit averages omy 14 I he : (: B. RHODES, B. BRANXINO.
worse ; She old thing couldn'l Moil 14 (GOD ir.cnes. viM aVi >;it -" 000 per acre. I i says I this doCtiinu.I Why m.i.t p .y f'5'.O :nil t-xcl. -ively by Truby, Sternhurg C\>. Att'y for Petition. T.C. A.NDERSOX.DecGth .
yet. poor :
1889.3m Tru-tees & Petioners ties are cnliirlv ij.-ni-t.ti-U by the wonderFul toie and
Major Wiiln holds that after Ihe tie- ''steal ?---or $300 and attack I m the \ ,rt\ Li': of p
even buy a gallery ticket to the entertainment L Alvarez ) I blwid clennshu pr pea ties of V. P.f-. Pricily Ash,Poke

but wan from charity allowed to W A Bessnnt \ Mazing; rnvi 400TELKOHAPII. posit ivieln-s 11 Octal ih of 23 or 80 feet its the puie?-'-r $10. ar.d break the iiliati! ? Special Master's Sale. Knot anil Purr.nia.nLBPPWAM

view the brilliant throng from the-kitChtQ. hridgrt noiic'4 O'JKepoit value I decreases It 'vou.il be j just is consistent. Muny io!
of J .M Johns an.dY. D Alvarez As an iiniiciilion of I the vnliiv-t-f plmipliate ; Bv virtue of a decree rendered on the 4th Jay
of bridge iStarke and npitlication to worn-out 8)il. *.iLjr | nil ilicso I ihini.I Why not license tlieiu, Beware cf so-railed LJvcr Ilccrwllatori of January. A. I). 189 on specification on
THE FACE THAT KILLS
Baker, Judge of the 4th Judicial Circuit the
Willis relat s I the expi-iience of .11 r. Dr.ike 1 then they ( (,ulli] net be ils? Yes.t r-ni, tc. All are Ir.iita
No even to a charity bull-ns the Suli- Lnwiey road near Lnwtey rccommcndeil criimn I tionsof th:3 Or.ial: Medicine, put onI State of Florida in a cause therein pending in
Tropical and Semi-TnipicHl may be siyltd Bridge 90x12 feet and tlnee bridges. me of South ( Carolina who hiat yeir put $10woith but we 'o i.f't v\iit I iiicvta. nisrlil-iTSiiii's. I the iii-'r'-.t lor il: :r :t was o.t'lisht', j the Circuit Court of Bradford C-ointy. in said
she 12 and two 20 feet to removed and of phosphate per acre on his tic-Ms |t I and sold vr. j; if it-m. Take this judicial circuit, wherein Lewis W. Sayle.s waseualainant.
the admittance it
where
nothing i uismild .-t Ii brt-j.ktrs.; eel iii i do c wm.tj 1 with vouHnddcmnmt t. io c r'inal, which and Volney J. Shipman, administrator -
und waicwurded with i
is deluded. space filled and corduroyed and ooe' 12 a yield!' of 254k of Win. A. Hays deceased and
I has t o a--i T.I nn pici.- rt Dr. M. Albeit B30S., Proprietors,
Napoleon I, the greatest general and foot bridge t<> lie repaired with old mitenal : bushels of corn per acre We repeat if j j thtinknl:: >: i.t uy: pici-. 'Jlan lit us it- j A. S :n.T -, '.'t m'r r.t. rr-1 thcscwordsntf I Rockwell were defendants, 1 us *pe<*ial master, \7HOLESAX3 DUXTGOISTS.ra .
wide IV lot nil led. thi'e's millions i u >on t.f ili-inJil iia'.iitl fo r* ,,,e"Trade apx| >inted by said judge a.substitute for Henry
huKincwt mau of modern times won many and the road Jo be made 20 feet propel ; ( Ht'V tir; j'lrtttt: aim ii-! f :- .ca:4jiadt 1 ':: : SIcc-.. SAVAJJSIAH. CA.
W
millions in --c Jl <: i :.i of Name Eppen-on. who was tuiginallv nppointods.ich
I Florida's ,
TunesUnion.
battles limply because he never stinted in iwo places-one-40 and one CO feet. phospluu-s.- i unity toil.i-j-.i I cin i-.iilti.c \\ bi.kiiqo ii ..-= r:, -VT .. -i. Nov. jr. jS}>!' : special mastT i>y said it,-er,--. will, on the
his soldiers, powder und lead though br This was adopted; hut not In ing in accord btiim5i liigl: MI.ta3ill Man h. A. f>. H 0, ui. ,.i 1110 i.e.
i
; > i.o.v c.inici on.
was very kavjn of his means otherwise. with! the order of the county cmmN.In.eni. B'X. "-> ii) th:3,1! day of sjii-l iimnth und a jiuiilusilt0 INGS

On the saint principle a wise man wlm MIIS! then relerrcd tu them This it? Mr. O. :y. Ho.vt11.f 1ILLI: IeII'l -: .fepfif f irc ly.:oiTt-i-r.rsale:sh. in I Irmitof to t Ihe the highest Court I foams;n Mtl,'best iloi ar bidder in! th-

tries to lay by something for n rainy day, port ln-ing approved by the latter board. cor.ltibutes the following veis rs fiititii.-.l t I IOWA i ia ''u Ii lOCal I by j'i'-hil'Ui'n.I je.: a IIaSfOrj7.i :i c; it'J lr liKrTiRig e. To n of Starke in thu said; County of Brad foot.

will feed and clothe his family well in .1 M Johns is to have SLit. work dom* "The I Land of Fluweis:*' few \\i-i k*< iigo i-hc p.iid; I llc i.st! iltill iii other t ) : .' *"* I IILIOSN I Within fill! t.'g-tI 1 hi t-ituatfd,,:rs ci'silt-in ,said the fallowing ili>M.'iil- IWIW
Vi et esUite. Bavlfonl C > ,
of Five Mile SICK Jli'.n'cim, l.o s < 11' 7 ae i.nty
order tI off disease and ruinoun doc- B.uldiag bridge across
keep Give the land of flowers Fii-rniu. to wit Lots Nos.vsua I
me 41d4IUU10 : anltightmbliMk
t-tatr and
ii w la.\f! :iie SOUR RIU.II <.CI, TvV criRirji5RrATJi.CCJ.IC. 1OtL. WORLD isSL
tnr bills. Rut lliU wise policy is entiielyijrnired creek was left to lowest bidder aiid wss God ordnhipu the nightly! showers i- :. No. one in the town of I.anU-y. as phitted Tp
by cnir people-or at least their kiUK-ked .iJI tfi J 11 l.wling for L T to U-l'iuut-1 oi.c-.oiiiih. What: a pity lir.J.K.Oravt.,1- : ..-.-fMcinn'iis -'e and recorded as m hi1.IVCn.I of ".ii t Urai'.fmil .*i- iS _
Like a vnjx tr iri ilia m" floth flow t'uiii.lv nnd! State of I'll riila. fjuch li
reprrtentallvt-8. the county commfcsionmnd Rich:in I jnt 99 cents per foot liim e i- oin iiwn l ieuti> : tul -aU! j is not I mined il.e Tein.tvs: I t ;. .s.I a package s uadc
Bi-for? a noonday ua must go. if Liver Mcuiciue .itihave uied lor hatibtaotk-ii ofs d dt-cict.
a
the city council. In their eagerness 84 feet long. Bridge across W.itcio tk on pati.t: ii.V. Tii.l :.:. i.. it. Slop the liquor half fit v&'ir. Itwort.s li'-.c ach.irm. I want: 1 I W. T WKEK.I.j .
often dollar Lawtey and Lake IJutler ro.id. 43 fi. Give me the land of fl )wer5. j BUGQ& WILIS, fn.i-ial Maser.
t This h no k-ss true in regard toaiuiul < also knocked to L T Richard at tt The orange Iciaou and li.ni. I Irafiif. m IILT.! crime dC.c.us and taxes; nilreduce. noinoie ti cilni's ir.ixture. ulioi'ors Comp.alni-it..

neglect of mlvertiMtig our resources than Cents per ((lot. Ordered I that aa advertisement And mnitte! grc'n bay tree, .I. It. II A. .Siiamoi, Jnn. :31.1830. ___

io having n county jill through whose be placed in the TEMZOlura for That j8amine running \j e. ;
jnud wallennj' pjgcan root his way. It bridge near Lawtty: E Alotl i is to have Oivo me the land of flowers.Marchneai The New Discovery.

does not seem to outer their minds that flooring properly fastened down on long the tube f.-agMnces br.rs, You h'v liiatdonr: ii i"i* i m''l! \ ouriifi

bringing immigrants tnhiing us should be bridge across Kew river. W I) Alvarez In thisUr.il of ri'u1tand rioa !'i i 4I4 t.iIK'Dx '" :. 'i.'m i: in:ivj .

me of ll uir tiri-l p-irea simply lor the sake is to have Redding bridge rep.iired. J 11Moisres Nature m tde far anan a paradise. iur-.er! lie one "I ilit! 111,111 v vvito l.uoIroin i y THE GENERAL

of U .seninsr the taxes for cveryoiic :mdtrt leport was defered: until next p-is'iii i! r-xi-ci! IClit-.I .a.i liniH'd iALMENTSOFTHEFlorida
Board rud. (!iv me tins l it, E
have abundant: incaiib fur , Lake' aol sky and ekar nf its ,.ttui! -h t l'iiw- 4 THE
bJ bright v'ui ar nit ; ut. J. M. JOIN Chairm.
and make There | ,
improvements. Whore in 1:1 can go there i ure several w uys by which enough money --- Feast and live upon will de*>r. vhtii niiiv :.:ivs'ui a in il.! I>r Kn-i:''.
could be Raved to pay for .dveitislng Ordinance Ko. 39.AN ., .. rethceputimpby.FELRY&C. :,
1j-c- \ -rv t erii| ii liti .m.M! a |il: tin -
One-half iif our citizens do nut know ORDINANCE in rei.ui'.n' to the as- Is the jiulhor of t him abu'"e a necro tii" hi.ui-'o. I It" y-'ji !hi it\ a. n.: -s.-r nsfd] iiUiul D.H. a wc, '

the value of advertising the county; the s>Mtif; and collecting of revenu-: in the preacher or a consumptive Indian huntei ? slii'Ol.l h !i.; :-f.lli-f[ I w li'i ;a e .. h. \Vho ar- the Largest

other hat 411) know it, but many of the 'ipointed town ol Siarke.Jo .o'd .a'- :in v T'iro.. L'lii:; or Choiroii t Seedsmen 1.1 tL WFij. .

litter do not want immigration-they dooot it ordained by the Town C'iiiicil of Fotieo. Imh. st>'in :i t li. i't I !a' at ooi-p an I -.r'ivi* il :i i 1 flrietifuliy 1). M IIl.j.-*Li.y&C!itid. Iaecdvo ,VVf.5 n 4., \._ = .___ I

want the "range" fenced up. These the Town of Surlce iti convention bwmbiid The Tax As-sti-or ad! Collector give 1.1 !J'.iir i: ial II i i. tru ira-t'of i ec -y 11111**. "r 1 c' and ::cc.t itMUi '

men never neglect to influence others in : noti.-e tint I tlif-y vvill i tr'1 be. at the f.-! ?rn"iv rcl'iuiilo I. Tii.i! Imtiit-s Jui< -i' ) V

their own behalf by inventing suggestions Section 1. That Ordinance; NO. 24. am! lwitil: places; to nsM-s1 I iaxs on: prujiei; t ylor cliUHKi-ta. C ftM -,, : : a..cdFREEto all 4.-. ci.

of Impossible evils to follow in the wake nil other oniiu inre* H I'I put II> of orJ i- L 1 t 90) isn.l -.lli-ct ttale .ia-.l ct-iiuiy i.a r.i-->i"l5.. and to Ian season's ctjstcir.ers. :' _._ _
of immigration, and hdvice their hearers lances i in icgard to reveutje ba hull the for 18S!'; The Baptist Boil 1 tii truer thin cvrr. Kv- ; .
,, V
In put Hich a high value upon their tpure same are hereby repealed.Sec. Providi-iic.'. Tliui ( day. Fe.bru.uy l. :MiiM! be !; 'ard at L-uM.-y. riiz."i: ? nnlfii.nii k ;v z>-r, ttSEED3ch'ttttJSfl.1fa.4t.'nn using Garden, Flowsr

lauds that nobody cares to buy. telling 2. AH property. :Ju: >li jiert-onal aim ]I'jiles iie. Friday. I 14 nt L.i\vt t..t ;--i I lie Co o'r.l l 1*. lot c-i 4 1). ri.rgve.co..

ikun at the same lime to "wait longer." real, within the corpoiati in, notly esiveial- I-ik flnler.! Saturday, !." fhn.fli bu'itcd' at IN it !u.:. :'! i- :i<-.ir r 'i-j: PSI D.7rDT: iCH._ Trunk line.
This is the pace that kills progress. exempted by law. shall bo subject to I'.ne liul. Mon '.,V. 1? --:'- ..- ---. _
.. jih .iisn hum .o s;.U.-NI jlnwork.. to "! ljThe
THE BLOW COACH GETS BTBCK. taxation in the manner provided by l.iw ; Ilaii-pt; 'Vui.i iv. is ] r-j U H.OU1DA. GKiNTKALPEfflnSIILAfl

To those whose minds have been biased Sec 3. All occupations. hutiiicaH-.". Win ( ti ner.' 1.rtieVednciay, i 13 chase the bull t'tIlel ,t te < -'. .- i n"f

.' by interested parties we would give this trades or other euterpiUes thai are req'i.r-' St.rCr. Tlmrs lay.: n all the cit'Z-iis niifl fiic-nd-i. Hf.'l w i1tiur. R. R.

dvice: That eld eaw. "Wait lqnger." ed to piy a State and County licrasu tax, iuit F'iidsy. .. 21 I f in- :ask every cttzr: aiui I Irml i j-. Fruii Trade ournal.IV l formerly the lf. It. & N.C. __

ou have heard and tcedcd all your life.ad shall also be requiied to pay a Town tax. __ l.vidard ;'J'lmc lUed.Det22, 1889UI

.you gel oorer by it all the lime. It according to the provisions of the State Dissolution.; Liutey .t a,ti elai'whciX'( I to H. ist us I in m this trt'- fur I 891)Va1tabt .- I I 7 2MJUTHKKN UIV'N I 8" | 4

_1j.lP is demand and supply which rule prices. statute as to the amount. gr nd C.imi.e. Mis.h Catharine-\ ilson.! ?tI rs.
ft > 113' a l.v i-ernandma Ar
; 8505kOi4"I.1I.V
The law firm heretofore
existing 'iQ
Your land is worth very little now demand Sec. 4. The books of the assessor of Polly! Y-uiu': Mr.S W. WilMin an.l Mis. /-' Jacksonville Ar 5O 7u5&

being very alight: bring buyers here revenue shall be open by the first Monday Bugg & Wills, is this day dissolved by E. Thompson thesohcituisM'o I h :t i'i'iiUe.Tlie !? reports end r.ir.rLtt forecasts fronvllintson (;pI24Sji1Lv- UnItarian Ar 547p443p 7 2.. a

and you can veil some of it at a good price in March of each and every year for the mutual consent. names of all mt.ri11S donating; fioiii 103hhm'g citk' !dp 9P 2:11 I .iIp Lv Ar Baldwin Lawtey Ar Ar St9p327P 430 Ma A,,

to put money in youi pocket for makintr purpose of assessing the tuxes, and said Tuna E. BUGG.J tl.e time nf tuhtitlsciniut t will I I njipe rin Low to ship ar.d whit to jrew.Torre lljjm; 24tiIiAr Starke Ar 4Uiias.
improvements or paying your debts. 11 assessor shall give public notice of when the TKUGKAFU.; 1la_; 32"pAr| \\ uldo Ar 252p
you do not wish to sell, your land la more and where be can be found for the T. WILLS.In C. 11. TtIoMroN.F'eb. -t crop reports from Ml 115! =octin?. Dy v;>ttpof: an order. m.bleby the lIovrak' 'rmt 4 cl p Ar Hawthorne Ar Ul2p1246p .a
purpose Wtn. F. Malphurs. .1 .Tg-! oi tt!><> County Court in 2i.ia 5-5i'.r (>cala
Ar
valuable Just the same, whether ns security of receiving the same.. And said as retiring from the above firm. I desire 11th. 1S90 An irj.1i'.j'>&'!..s.bo! j mr ial for fu-iifr< en 1 crnitgrovt' and for the Comity of l.St.iteof FloK.i.a. 43> a 6tipAr WildwoodLeeburg l144aiULp 114bp80Jp V

for loan or as an inheritance for your sessor's books shall be closed by the firM to that association in this -- exeixfcinj; probate powers. inted January 7th. 5-5a 6.Dp Ar AiAl il7a b4p
say my !:4. Our Tnforuii-.tioi: Hiuoi'i (free to sub AlL
1.'J) the
tblldren. If rice appcmiing m ui\det signed as Connr.isioner 6Oa ; ; Oi' .r luvaies
luSOa
you ous: or rough
pour Thursday in July of each at.d How 1* VourVI1V? Stop
every year connection hits to sell ihe loll'ivking n-al
been > esta'o
pleasant and bolotijring 91)n 9flpAr Orlando
ibcrs. Lv
sack the agreeable sot tell :ul .bjut comi33ion ir.rrclj.tn'.s In 910a,44upI
into a grain will not enter the during which time each and cveiy person D >o.< sin- !hitch pooriyall tb- LiTtle, i-'if- to the estate of Sarah!, Pons. iat.- of.s-.i'l County
corners unless you stuff: it in with your owning or controlling property either and my withdrawal therefrom is fer from lak of energy amid a aent-ral: j nIl the cities, of Bradforl, deceased g.tuaied: iii sail C natty I TAMPA DIV NT | 12CSOp
iiands. Neither will immigration tench from motives of Braiifonl. und desci ibeil as follows: 'tiac l SK( 12401' l.v .l.-'cks-onMlle Ar 550p i5 A.7iOp.
personal and real whose duly II i is to entirely pcr.-onal to nayselt.I "no-aeeonnl" I INtli'hS t-ntTvatinn? he --- -- '
the SWJ! of Seo !b S > 4'
Tp ct T.ti-ge 21 K rontain- -13- n t> |> Lv Wildwooa Ar 11 49 a It It
your otner of the state unless you USLftometffort. make returns of the same, thall return 1) wish a-ao to return my grateful acknowledgements needs a tonic. Something :s V.TOMIT with tug 40 ftt-r s more or !he-Vs. Now. T.y virt-ie of 54)a 700p Ar Pnnasoffkee Arll2Sa p

Immigration will give 3'uii said assessor within that time, as to the her blood. Itt mi for t bo doctor? Not s tall A Handsome said order I will sell at puhli-: auction, m front ol fi''ia Ar Sumterville Ar 753 p
lower tale. better and cheaper school. chase or kind and the value thereof.Sec. to my friend in Bradford I inv (le.u r '-jr. Ono pli\sifi.nr.i: f-a a i il! 12-page Weekly.Kegul the Court Hou-e dour in the Town <>' stirke in 7 2T a 723 p Ar St. Catharine Ar 11 02a 7 tip
better londs. better markets for the provid-tier 'ith sni i t- and isi'it the said County of r.adfurd.: on the first Monday H 3J a 7 4S pHUSp Ar I ucoochte ArlOSTnAr 530p
better opportunities Q. The assessor shall assess all county generous patronage they Ite r ir Trice 5.Cil) i er year. in March. A I). 1MH) ln>iig the 3.1 IhVy ofs id 02 a Dade City ArlUZOaAr
I liel' for all I lini Gft tier SiOp
buttlu of P.
for odd jobs, nnd create an atmosphere personal property not returned to him by have ever accorded me. > a To th carters of iliis pijior i.i Si$ month und a regular Mile day. the afo.ts-iiid of ln..k penitence. and j p 'jMii-kly nsh, p'ko root nnd po'-l.s- Kinds belor.giiie' 10 lie e-t ite c-f sai I
enterprise the owners, that comes to hid deceilent. :3 13
I I CEDAR KKY I.
knowledge, J. T. WILLS. I 14 2i
refinement. both hands Kiuni), tb von bt l NVoin-in'f: 1tt'T :i or S iii I real state sM for the piyrreait ---
J'ut in the sack pl.ieing a fair cash valuation 0:1 the same Fruit Trade Journal ('o. of debts of said i:40p11.v -kson\ille Ar
Slaike. Fla.. Feb. 10th. 1350. and tnni" fNt.i'il. I> roaclU'.s: tbe .n-irco estate. Tern.s cash, j urelaaiuI | 5SOp
&nd push with your migtit by telling y<>ut anil I
pointy cotnmusiuiier to advertise your person having the same: in p.isL-sai.ni and -- 21 to 24 State St., New York. Jan. 31. 13 H). Cont isa crier.MastPr's 4 :.i Vr Gainesville Ar I 45 ;;
The First yo-i: Know it, your wifo will 1't l' ..iaArcher
county. NHd that } Ott won't kick tt having under their control. And tin taxes Step. aivtbor LTAr
on woiuao, and will I bless the kind LIFKof 695p r Bronson II Sop
to p.ty a few cent* rooie tax. fou Cnii' said valuation Perhaps you are run down, can't eat Sale. 8 CO Ar
: placed on Miid property can't fate I hat biouL'bt 1'. 1'. 1'. to her uoliie p Ceilar Key Lv 900a
afford to gil| stuck so don't be H flow shall he paid. sleep, can't Ihinkein't do anything and rei!itf < >nr be-.t physicians f>nd'> si'ami.I theUoii. By virtue and i ii r.u1rsIeiT of .11 ordt-r and 9 I 1 I WESTERN DIV'N I 2 \ 10*
to jour satisfaction, anJ von w iider decree of the II',nr.b1e Ja.re'-.
Coieh. Sec 6. All lands not nMined within what"ails should recommend i', and ho well I condinted U iker. Judge btttJt). ; i5a71v Jacksonville Ar 250p 7 :<( a
Ton hoed th of the Kouitb Jii'i'u-ial I 1'in-uicof V'lnti !
Tbot wild do jiotibli f> "-iiile thrange" the time required in Section X (it uitlicndy mined step conc<>IiI itan 1. happiness is -reeialed I 1>. IsW. in 144.la \r Lake City Ar 1228p 41/5 $
paiNt redemplionj Oi dimimince. tihall: be assiBM-d by the avesoi I into nt'rvousj prod r ition. You need' H apj A a matter who ein J.illia j. HuUh 1 33.1)) 04)a tr Live Oak Ar USSa0S6a 255a
should ioulii! lao witbon' if. kiss. i-xecutii\ th-"Ii--t vil! and
ndricp hc commissjoncis to to the owner thereof or I to the person N rvoT nic, and in Hle-Hi-jo Hitters you I Hi.tehi.i.-.4, deceased. testament ofAK.ihvl at'a11l41aAr MadisonMonticello Ar hop
run a barUd wite leoce round the connty in possession or as unknown. will timid the exact ruined for restoring Corn* Removed QuIrUly W. J ((stern and Rosett.i K.13 con Ostt-en.laiia-it.! his wife.and 3 a' 1 ho p .Vr Lv 92<> a llK'pKlOp

and paint upon the posts the Icireud : Sec. 7. The assessor shall present his your nnrvotift system to its healthy, normal And surnly by the nso ol Abbott's Hast Mil*. JKS-'FERSOX DAVIS.TO and \V. 11. Rivers are drf-n lants. I the under- I Bfia 7Ta1 3 2 OS nj; p\r}Ar Tallahassee Lv 8 20 a gcSp
"KKH' oFF TllK ORASa!" rolls condition. Indian < 'orn Paint.Tbo MrTnod. as special: master appointed bjaid p Quincv Lv 7 27 a
assessment to the Tow: Council nt Surprisingresultfollow 8 55 al 4 00 pl.Vr River Junctlo',Lv 6 40
Advertising is the only means to bring their recular meeting on th- first Tbuis the uso of this great Nerve Tonic and hutt cure for ( orns. Waits and court, in puruance of said decree, n in sell! nt a 700p
public auction front of tht Trams NV 1. 2, 7. 8.
in : t onrt House door 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14 daUy.)
migration i with its many accompanying clay in July of each and t-veiy year, who Altoiaiivo. Your appetite returns, vour Bunions is Abbott's Eist Inrlinn: Corn BE SOLD I5Y UiCIiIPION in the Town o Ht-trke. in .iid County of Brad- Nes.3,4,2,24. 03I daily except Sunday.
bletrincs to our doors. It is by advertising fchall; at that time constitute themselves an appetito rotnrns. good dipestiod; ft re Paint, it nevr fails. Try it!. Sold layt1ruggisti. ONLY. lord. between the legal: hours ot sale, o" "51 1 ISUWANF.ERIVERROUTJ 6263735iLv __

that other sections of the state have equalization board for the stored and the liver and kidneys resumehP.4't Monday, tin*:3d day; of Marcia. A. b. ls: ). 41)9
puppose of thesmie salt da Jacksonville ArSL'Op 8-0*
l.einga li-gul the
f iued fo exceedingly fant in population equalizing the taxes. hmy action. Tiya bottlo.price 50 -is, --- --- described! lan'ls he'jig tlin piopertvof% following ther-aid rOt) It) f&.Lv Lake City ArS 4.p 5

and wealth, Mini by advertising we cnn Sec. 8The Town Council, alter they at druggists. ft The Suwaiinre Ittrrr It onto. The pnp'ct us nnil! ('Jam pit C! niitfit fur W. J. O-.leen and Roberta f. O.toen, hs: wj'e.de- Co-'ia! 520pAr7ffal040pAr Macon LvlO 45A 11 i l3p
aChieve the same thing bttuke'a boom Ii4ve The Gi-oigiH 2Sonthi-ni & Fltuida rail- fen-lants and sul>je<*ts to said d-i-n e, :il-o to lurtherdecreeobtai Atlanta LvSbOa 7141,
met and equalized tl he> taxes, shall I Many Persons c.i'jv.i'--ing: will I hi ri-suly; imnu-di.-itflj'I No' .
1. 50. .
ed the ; 61. 53 daily.FERMANDlXA
by detendjnt .
Inslcil .ju't HS long an the A. 0. & \V. I tliiough their cl l rk give notice to all persons Are broken down from overwork or household mail which inns from .M.icnn, Gt-iirji.i to Rivers against the siMV.. J. Os'een anil 1tos't.V. II. AND JACKSONVILI_ _ BWcIt

T. l o. mlveitiscd it, and no longer. The whose properly they hive raised that cares Brown's Iron Bitters Like City i in I ibis st ite, is mpidly building Agents Wishing Desirable Territory ta F. (.)st.-u. his wife, defi-n-I-i ts in this; cause Xo 61.!| No. 6 No. 5 No 814iapm.

lCouree> of lliu txunly are fully equal tUjoirt .> I hey will I meet on the lir>t 'Ihursdayin rebuilds the system aids digestion, removes ez- situated in s lid County Uradfor-l and des-nb- 9 GO a 4 31 a Lr Jacksonville Ar 8 50 a 18J n

v/f anv ct'u-r mrtof thet'me.! nn-J ..t'g.t: iu filth ami every year, u hear tza of We, and curex gj l Ul Ge t the fjeno:' on tii 1il4tI.I.au'j. will probably (8i1111' ed quarter u.s follows.arid s
t q-urter ha f of tben-M-thwsst of north 11H it 6 05 p Ar Fernandina Lv 715s K V>-p.->

If wv IHHJ fin: liufrlicl fiopi our light, they roniplaiuU of tile? wliu think Uivmvlvcs from i ilu-rc I a I to Tamp-i. M>inc i Hii! i'ax'f ot" section om in township sevens >uthof wtstUr 5 C. CO. 61 daily. L

will } e known and ipprvciateJ. It is no aggrieved. St. Andrews Fla., Lot Owners : U-red .V:{> tli.ll .r* in go d tii the pcr-tin vil.o on I his grezut wot I; vail p'r.ipe address asAinu ra ge twe ty east <-o>itnuiing one indred and 7:35: a.m. trains for Mnron. Atlanta.. '

necessity to gn It> any very great exj>tn.v; SL-C. 9. The assessor shall make out The MESNKNtiKH devoted to wti.i'd coinpo-e' the !ic'-l ad lition;.! vi.-r-eto :i< Jmssihle, lilt Puiislit'mS.Ei4F4)1I er tut-illy ra3 big bC'C-.s'fur more t.tles.or Ies0. 'i'erniicash, purch-is- Cluagoand rhrirti.noogn all Cincinnati.points north Tvouisville.and west NwhTille.la the t
if our people can but make their iLe sons. 'Wny down on de Suwaince :
up min>1s his assessment books in duplicate and! sul- W. T WEEKS, fiecrcria Sonthe-n & Florida Railway arrirec
to go to work some both cheap ami effect mit the same Io the Town Council at their your tnt ervts; pnys Mibsi-rihors' liibbiT." pr !pHMtoty to S4i1 tag 50-, > COMPANY, Jan. 31!, 18JO, Special Master.Notice. Jacksonville t:2() p. m. and 80a: ra. V V V
lye WHV fun ulillhs l IK- found regular taxes, f nd tells truth :about climate 000 c >|>ies with i t an nil|vrt j.flTeiat: of t the 18-22 East 18th St.. NEW YORK. V 7:5" a m New meeting in September in each and quickest line to Middle and West Florida point.
'ArIILETS..flciw soil location line on, tin* ti>vi ol I ll.e M t.tr. We !learn .
The i'ens-acola.
every year fur their -ipproval anti en- dr. railroad is f.'obileond New Orleans. 7:80 a. m.
us to kutge l u methiKl which we dT.--ement a majority' of whom 'hall certify Ca 41111 thy town boom.Semi ft ton thv Al'aiita J'airn-tl' tat: it 'ris i.ol Notire.ix The biilldirg of a bridge is to be let out on ihc man I *:13 P- n:. trains connect through to Tfco-r-
think will fill! the hill. It ia for the county to the correctness or the Alter 112, is Mire to been dtcidul I who ba- coi.tiibntKl I t thebest nnrriT COURT 4Tii JUDICIAT. riR- first Monday the 3d day of March. A. D. 18-0. in a viile. Montgomery, Nashville, St. Louis. f ncii.mti V
8..me. f<> Address front of thi-Court House door in Chicago and all points North d West.
r a Starke at
copy. but within few Brad
to have a pamhlel vcit-e, a weeks it will CUlT UF FLORIDA, BUDrORD CuU.NTY.
printed in which the approval of tlie fame, the assessor ford County. Florida. Arrive at 2 50 p m. and 7 3a m.1240pm .
filtHil be tlisiutereMedly det-crihed the df- ohall issue his warrant to the collector 1\I SEXGKR, St. Andre WH, Fla. tie published for tribuiion throughout J, M Truby. S. J. Stprnburprl The bridge is 90 feet long on the Starke and Mail find Express orallpoirtgSoiitU V

femit parts of the county, netting f< rlh which shall be plwc.ed in one of the books ._- the north nnd south. and K. Strong, merchants j Assumps-it.! Lawtey road across a bay about ?4 mile s'.uth of Gainesville.! Ocaw Leesburg. Tavares. Apojifta,
pun reMiurres and such oilier lPrj\CCT rS MAC-17.L\S. v//A id The ro.til; i is known nnd advertised lmS ant l J-nrtn ,. l--iiig ImsiI I Lawtey. The building o' the bridge tlLI be let Orlindo. Panav-fTtee (St. Catharine). Dadr (Ity.
things as iai together with hi* Certificate and deliver L varied jnJtXifte ness under the !firm n:nr.o Anion t sworn to, out publicly to th? lo\ve-t Lirtder. The Road Plant Citv. Arrives at 5 50pm.b .
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intending emigrant would wish to know :he same to the collector and the other to in ttpi.trns.isi liIr.,ra' the Jruwnniice Hiver I Itoiite to I'lovidu and sle 1 .f Truby, Stem$121.1, :). Superintendents riserve the right to eject ail CO p ni Local connects through for ath point

This pamphlet to be given irralis upon the town clerk, who shall tile the same.1 ilsfif. and tleiives its na-i-e; fioin the course it Litiig & Co.. I t.id. Specification- notice on C mrt houae South. Oca l.i, Gainesville Leesbure. Tava? *.
implication to anyone who wished Sec. 10 The It it'Jt i'lJet-t n Ji'tft t>tc ifit tt frint jn taiki g down lie Suwnniife rivti. aftei- vs. I Attachment door. j. M Jonss. Orlmdo, Tarpon Spring, Southerland, St. Petersburg
to send shall
assessor receive for entire njvfl it eznun'ur.. p.. A. Kotiiuetnore. j Aucillary Feb. 7th, 1S9. Chairman and Taapa. Arrives at TK R m.
it away. Every day hundnd hs services the of five ward crossing it at White Sulphur ipiin piolubly am Cumberland
i-ne sum per cent on Ket a sharl nji-t.'ftte tit j fsnyt'lytcli The above named defendant R A. Roequfmoro. Route Express,connect*
|pvnons in the county write letters in the first one thousand dollar; und the sum tl you are uctd tJ jf1 in .'. i f'. m .n'tf *. Florida en route to Palatk Upon the \vics! pn perty was attached lo jay the Notice to Creditors. at Fernandina with steamer City of Bn n,vick V
for
response to inquiries alxuu our -ctton.. of two and one h ilf per cent on the next from one dollar to ete li"lur ,i if a h.ilffrr.ly tra rom lack of carelessness shown u Fcenc mit iiwannee Springs thitIMS by iint'Kfd of the coitiKi.ei.ci-niect of tlii above f IN riRCUlT COURT. 4TII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ioota Cincinnati St. Louis .od
r time
or inubility one thousand dollars and one per cent on Not only 1kit. f>ut wth rtch f/inf'er"\.ia -etait i-uit BRADFORD C'h.cago. Arrives 1 S3 p m :
by attachment and are hereby p-quired to COUNlY. FLAR1DA.
these teplies are selucrn satisfactory every subsequent one thousand dollars to atunJ i n ce ofotht(cmt H.ution t, n>* IN
nnd often delayed. A little pamphlet of be paid out of the lo\vr. tieasury. upon youagoadnz'-.z3ine the nuvel.Tkt tiert'iti bv the secoiiil [2d i] day cf June A, D. lePO, CHAyCERY. c.nnfCtm3 Thursday with Mallory Heamen for .; V
letter size had for the asking staling all the warrant iaf the Town Council. ringif bhos u/nc/i hji e!>ttn ttruck ex.thtgatnoiy the S.II1Ub'ir.K th>. turt Tlon.Uy of -oi1 1 month WM T. DIXON& BRO., et el, NowYoak.. Arrives 8 M' a m
%na-1 *h* rule! 'lay of this Court will vs. A. O. MacDonnetl!
or judgment ,
that is necessary would be Just the thing. Sec. 11. The revenue Collector shall pf popular f.ner. hate rtsmtndtd Mercurial Poison. be taken a rni st i.em by d.fiult! THOMAS w. SWEAT er. al. D. E. Maxwell, O. P. A. T. A.Gen. .
and would cost the all licenwj throughout fit co/Ire l.ind. and to d.ty I.iffin- \Vhereas. Under and by virtue of decree Isnager.
county $100 or $2uO collect taxes in accordance with Mreury is frcquvntly usd Given unieiHIV blOt and c.il this Uth da/ of a of
injudicious'-
a year-a trifling sum. Our city the stale law and the tins'' roll: Magmzisg )tmds in Ihe front rank rf by ri-bruarr. A. D. 1S9 -. said Court in the uh.,vc entitled cause.en tle3)bt) N. S. PennUgton,
fathers should very is uc a similar pamphlet accordance. piovisions of monthly fut/icalioHS. tszJ ii Ike moil u-Uely- quack doctors iii casts of malaria and blood poi l NEA.I] W. T. WEEKS, day o't January .3 I). l-jSO. in Chambers u Jnc--! _'t'raftt.: .ilarnaer.DRIJ1 .
I rtud-and-talktd publication cf its kitdin the son. Its after effect is worsJ than t'e odginaldNesas. L B Huongs. Cle--k. ovi'lerendered, wherein and wherein- nil per
Or merely a (folder on Stnrkc. Thtse 12. The I f.ons having claims against the deft-ndar.t
Sec. ctillector. upon receiving For Att'y for riuiutifr. By N'. D. WAIN-BIGHT. Thomas
J Jeorld. full descriptive ctrcttlart B. B. B lEotanicBlcvt Balm contains
address p W.
bweut of date
pamphlets would all be sent where they the tax book from the lax assessor, shall Deputy flei k, prior la theiaJ day of AI.irch STORE.b
would do good. However by whatever LIPPINCO iTS MAGAZINE, Philadelphia no mercury but will eliminate mercurial poison I VT. r. Weeks, cark: of the C'rcuit Court ir. A.lJ.lft-8. are required to make proof of the
proceed to the collection
immediately before
of from the system. Write to Blood Dalm Co. mud for Eradtord Coup tv. Fl<.nd .do ctrtify same me as tpecial master fri said caue .
why advertising is done let it be done. the taxes, and shall give notice thai his $3 oo per year. 25 ci:. tingle xumitr.TktpuUisktr Atlai.ta Ga., for book of that tl.e toreif.in? is u true and correct copy of i Therefore this is to not.fy and admonish ail s j..hi
|t has been delayed long enough. books are opened and of the time and oftAisfaftr will receive your convincing } roof of its tti-iri.tniI i'itioof Publijation ia sad cau-e i persons c'e-Itors a* aforesaid having claims or
subscription. curativoJrtuo V ii'-w on lie! ia nay ofSce.W'.tiesj demands as aforesaid to present eihiiiit. file
where he be found
Odd Fellow place cau for the purpose A. F Brittun Jackson Tenn., writes: i caught : my han anal seal this llth day o' I and prove the fcaaie on or before Monday the lath
nceitna of receiving the taxes. p day of March A. 1) lSO. that the
Febrimrv} : A. IX IbOJ. \V. T. U'Etsa.Clerk. same in.y be
Editor TELEGRAPH successful meet Sec. 18. The lax Collector shall close "I can't undcrstAiid," said! n Starke malaria in Louisiana and when the feier at tsst [ AL] Ft ported by ice to the s ud Court and nmy be 'V
ing WM held the Odd broke, rcr system was saturated with poison, Cy X. \VAi.vRionr taktnintoaccount in the fltal dtcjeo herein to
by fellows ,
Lodge his books on the fitleccth day of October creditor to hi- debtor, i colored be t by said Court renJo.'dd
J I had .
atTted liens Hall Jan. 21 a soi e-i Iu my mouth and knots i>u my iHputy Cleik.Notice.
1890. and of each and
we and
every year proceed
to H. F.
vrould Just lihe to aay that prt-aoher, "why you don't pay me tongue. I got two bmttI.S B B. B. which hea'.eJ YORK.
our lodge is enforce the collection of all unpaid taxes Special :\1atteI
cow in g. od working order with signs of In accordance with the law governing ihu !i' that debt wlibii I know that you are my tongue and tnuuth and made a new man cf I Starke, Fl i., }-eb. Tth, 1-03.

new life and vigor. -We shall be pleased enforcement of the collection of uupaid able to do it, To myself it is a positive meWm. Six w-e'k; mifter date I will apply TO the Ilor. .

to see brethren visiting our town or vicin- taxes by the tax collector of the county. pleasure to pay a debt." "Now RlchniO'd, Atlanta Ca.. wires: "My Tabie WRI F. Malpfcurs. Countv Judge of Bradford ,
lty wife could hardly Bee. Doctors cuKed it syplulitls Countv. State of I'loiida f..r Letterof'
Thc Sec. 14. The tax collector: shall potent you are talkin' to de p'int, sali ; dem -1unini-tratl'auu on tha estate Thomas Sims, '
following officers
were duly in Ids Irlii3. Ilir ej es were in a dreadful condition. LUMBER IS
list ADVANCING.
of t-nois. tmKlrirges and iiitul- j is late of Br.flf .rd Cou.tv. deceased. Tui-i the
stalled by our 1)4)0. .Master p. T KCM. vent list lo the Town i (I. oiincil, at a meeting my sentiments Vicly, an1 I'd done Her appetite failed. She had pain in her joints day January A. D. Ib30. V4h V J. L, GASKINS

Noble Grand-L. C. Hull. on the second Monduy in December1! I Ian j mentioned it if me modestum had and bone Her kidney-* were deranged au! ,. JI. X. ELAKTOS. 'I ,

VTice-Niible Grand.-Win. X. Meacli.nii cac.li and every > eat. at which time the not fo'hid it. Hut \ve mus'n't in- and no one thought sl.e could be cured. Doctor Saw Mills, Steam Engines, OZALKR IN

Janitor Secretary--J, N.. J..TII.CS.Field. tax collector shall make his final! fettle-1! dul ir.ent with the trcusuier. i until her health] n-ui entirely restore 1. 'Ignl ..
term Nentil; ive tllie Grand; I..it"c_ Sec15.. The collector shall receive {' debbel. Dough de sperrit am willin' i K. P. B. Jones. Atlanta, Oa.. wtltes: I was ValnriMe: OKAXGE (iROVE osi' eici Starke Fla.
the i
I,. C Willn 0 de flesh am weak sit I !I troubled wilh copper colored -rupti ani, lost of term-1. V
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fijirrc compensation a that iihowcd tile ; manage appetite. pain in tack uching j jrat-. clebihtv.emaciation. i If you want a Flrta-claa Saw Ml!!, Physicians'
RespectuuuhI-.. ?ax asttvsur. in :.S.:; ciic-ii, Xo. 10 of this to hoi' de fort, leastwise in de uns- ', l-'S> of hair sore that it. and givat 'iRS.! E. BUG( ;. I I send for Catalogue to Prescriptions 4

t: V. J. FiETj), Sec.fr Ordiaacce. to) ie pal 1 iu like ti inner as 1 ent instance." I tocdjmion nervousnes B B. B. put my system lu liueN nov.lt Stnrke. Fla-i A. II. I'arquhur Co. (Md.l York, I'A. C'infuUy Compounded at ad hoiiri-dai '?
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I BRADFORD COUNTY\ TELEGRPH.i i Orange and }pear trees arc bloom : I buy white Egrette and Heron J :: -w-AIr T tS o1!' ,

1-I ing.N. skins. Will pay on the average 5uc!>

SHIP YOUR Sturke, Fla., Feb.-14 1890.'- I F. Jones i i.* selling city lot*. apiece whc'ii brought to the TELE a014 00

'.: : Advertising:, pays, he says. GBAPM! office. TRUBY iRNBUM AND
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i I1-. E HLERS, Iofn: u, Clay co., Fh.I ,
$UIT and VEGETABLESTO Local affairs. I Several }pi-aple were baptized I in i .
Crosby lake last Sunday.Rev. i :Washington McKinney diyaj .

!j last Sunday night, the 9th, of drop.t : flu
Oyster8atMeacham's. ;
J. C. -
Potter preached at thie1131)tIst y. 11'lcKtHt\ : was: an old! ci- --- --..t : :- -e> -q. _
The largest block of hoes"rakes church Sunday) night.Mr. .:t izMi
of Staike, and 1 hi; deathv.is a ;
forks! spade*, st.ovels, etc. ever I!''ftidblowiis 1 his and
George Adams built last weeka : family m-.nv ; .
brought to S'.rk. .
MRRTiN'' & Co nt .Jj; Aha.t'z,1! dwelling for Moses'! Mack. : friend t
BARBER A fine stuck of candies: and crack- i itUj I Thy want to !sHl'; JUl(. yorif (OrocerlH Provisions, Flonrr
Walter Will StraxvWry pickers' tickets at this ;"l r. J. .\L St- :lh.' and\ :Mr. Hackett: : II
I and Bran.
1)rIl. I have Meachatn! Corn 0 tsv t: liar
Call
CHICAGO. 30 City( LoTs fir sale cheat, I and see samplelufWe : purchased I prop- ; i .
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onll'rin. I r't mill. This; shows 1
s
.! city Temp'n-'s 1
Centrally located. Apply' to X. j. I Goods and Xolionfl. ur.
I plainly! that the e gentlemen have TLi-y wttittosthIyoiiyoiir: Dry
June' Starke Fla. J. i E.:. \\
!, : :anrt. tax as'eo;;<:or, i isistut
Omtncrriil faith in U/.idford. and that
i Agency, I :
any county
Goods t tI
fleferences fljbcrger & UirbaiJ, Surko Fla. A llcltllifullot of fancv matting, !! Hce'-: ihi.i I week.the county clerk in his, of- they have c-me to stay. i POWDER They want to e1Iyouyour. .. nothing and FnrnNhlng -
alln good and cheap also j -
a new stock oi i I I
iuriuture 0.J Come a'.d scu our new stock of Hats and C*p".
for sell
the holiday trade at < The town is full of strawberry Absolutely Pure Tliey wiint to y O;i jour
: saddles and !l.artuss: : which we are tils..
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_ _.J 1G Alvarez.: L-'teck"I IIf.ttlon.l"Kvenbody'. has his pocket'sfull i seling: very low. AI..) for sale: Ii ye- This powder never raries. A marvel: of puritr. They want to sell;; you yonr Bouts, Shoes and Robbers.
Georgia inst-pr.iof! seed oats at strength and w h l soment"r8. More economicalthaa
house and four lotx
powell M. D. room collage \ the kinds, and not be sold in
Tate Truby, Su-rnburi; & Co. The first t rain for four months! fell : (vim corner of gtieets and )pleasantly: 'ompt.'titioDIt prdiiiary" the multitude ca of low test I They want to !sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Building .

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON The best line elf ladies' ;and gents !' ast :Saturday: and} the strawberryman located in good nci gh!t hUI hOt:1: ill thort \la\e:cans.:ht.aljm ROYAL or. pbospbate BAKISO FowDta powders.Co.601..1only .116 I :Material. _

bhoes, rubbers, *te., ever brought to i is happy.' .' ::Morgan'-i i addition.DANL.i Wall street. New Yoi t.

STARKE, FLORIDATRTGTrTCENTERT. this market: at .1 (T Alvarez. Nr.WING HAM.Rev. I They ",nut to still: you jour Wagons& Buggies, Agricultural lot'plcmeiits.
\\T. New River Matters.
L. Newingham is secretary of I "g.
A new Mock of clot hint; at I he Fruit Growers' Association. A Simn1rin.\timiore. of Gainesville Editor LiOUA.l'IIThis section !)fNets Seeds aid Fertilisers.. -

.J G A1 :trez. rood[ !selection.If pastor of I the! ehIi..l'lt.: church, river will tie known Lereaflcr asBrougliinn They want to sell you your SaddleHnrne** and \Whip la

OBlc widE sld advertising(
Florida..j1ALVAREZ.__ Liddon. __ .I imp mo"t successful business pay, why men do do will hold Episcopal: : :- .l"\ ics in the : will l he in operation in a few a. locatedat I a trial, and you will be convinced that they Will "IU'- )00 monry \
Oysters at Meacham's.Fine : I Baptist chinch! l1i it r..dav evening j I the store:> of Mr. R. A. Broughtou. It the
the most of it? 1 on everything You buy r ml at tin same tlim* jrunmni qua in
butter February 27th. i. is now quite probable that this place will .
and cheese iI
.. at .tUt i rlitnHl quantity of Goods.TBU3Y .
DEALER IN EVERYTHING parlor grocery, kept- byV.. Wills.!! :. He,'. Richard Tydings, of Anthony .Mr.V.. II. :Miner his returned I: soon Lcci'tne quite village, Mr. B. hav- injy
is in Starke, viitiiig Mr. W. iug already said and bargained away I
New stock of dress rood at from his trip to Minnesota[ with hi* :. u-
II. Rivers' family. seveial I lots of which are to be improved -
AN""DCOTTON .1 G AI\' 1"l'z. I family and\ Ins: located on 'slr I U. : :: some '

Finest hosiery in the city and at I The party at the Commercial: Ho D. Miner's place! ju"t north of town.Mr. as soon as material can be demand gotten STEBNBURG & COMPANY
BUYER. There is already a good -
I together.
I the lowest }prices at J G Alvarez. I tl'llaot Friday. night was: highly enjoyed : Miner expects to make his home: ,
B. has offer
this Mr.
fur land at place. lui
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by those present.Mrs. ; among us, a- d is accorded: a hearty
You can always buy the best butter -I *I tram one patty for half of his land at a

THE BR DfORD coum, BANK, and cheese at T (f Alval'z. : Ledia Hotchkiss has returned welcome. fair! }price but( prefers to divide it up with STARKE FLORIDA.. ,
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STAKKE, FLORIDA. A car l load of new flour; cheaperthan } ) ( ] to Emletiton, Pa., after !spending Fruit and vegetable growers can many settlers at a very reasonable price ... J _, _-___ ----_-"'_- -_ -_ ., .
busiuoss. ever at .J G Aharez.Children's the L I winter I with Mrs.E Truby. solve; the puzing! ; question of how : This IS (' mainly one ut the bet locations -

Does a General bought;Banking and sold! on! all principal woolen )hoods and FOR RENT.-14-room ii I welling, Ito grt the Jno.-t rnoiiy for their : in the county; for truck farming and Mr MORGAN} BAZAAR

Fxchange cities of the United States and saque at J G Alvarez. well situated, very cheap. APl'ljto' products by i"cac\ill: \ :! weekly the Ill. desires to have the ,lace; settltd largely! !
Fruit Trade
.Joui nal.
Cedar G. P. Young, Starke, Fla. I : Regular price I \\lthlhb class of people! und intends to Dealers in-
Europe. Key oysters t Iresh every *3 per veal, but to readers of this
Collections Promptly Attended To. day at Meaeham's.! Leave orders. -, Starke i is the 1 liveliest I let them know mOle about this matter, by
your undoubtedly : I 1.50{) Nos. 21 to
paper !per year. i
SOLICITED. town on the line of the F. C. fc; P. :J4 State street, ="cYork.: the help of [Ilinkl's i ink (which: of course Fancy Goods and Fine Stationery '

: YOUR BCSINKSS Ladie' ribbed Jersey und jrve >ts railroad. There are no flies on Starke.: *' will be the ink used by the TELEGRAPH). ,
J. M. SE1DLE, 1'iWt how" i- \vur mother, bov? asked :- : Mr. Bioughlou received a solid car load

N. W HACKETT, Ca 'r. very low at J G _Alvarez. :\!r.Y.. 11. Rivers is tearing down a Sturkf ady of j *a negrc boy."Him I of family groceries' on the 5th mat., which School Books School .Supplies
Stonewall Jackson Old OakcnIbicket ,
his old :store budding }preparatory: I oLI'ectiitg all light! ; she done: got de I will be followed bv a complete line of all

I -BOARD OR ROOMS. and Old Valley w1ii.kcvs W I :a large double brick block. grip IitV.1' "You!1 mean: thing, how I the staple goods sold in this country. The Musical Instruments etc. Ii IiStarke.

ANTED-A few Boanleis on always* on hand at Mr.: Ed Marvin: who has! been can you say: she' all:i I I right when she people teem appreciate the convenience ,

reasonable terms, or will let Rooms, -Alvarez & Liddon. spending several weeks in :Staike: is sick i !" "\\11\.. she doan': uni ne' hit, of a good store: in their midst. Plori5a. :
The l:1r: t..t shu-k of hoes, rakes, she riJi'11 de Darters I ob de .
either furnished I oi. unfurnWied. left Tuesday: for his home in New mum; j I W. T. D. ,!
Call on or addiess muck forks, etc., ever seen in St.iike I Yoik.Don't. W Bailey oh Jith osuimi fat las' niuht:: Broiighton, FK, Feb. 10th. -
at _J G Alvarez. :an' ite 'siety folks larncd her de I !
MRS. F. B. JONES, :: I send out of ton for anything I How to Cure La Crippie. LEADING"FURNITURE HOUSE
Oootl'rtfrc h :
> oyster* at grip.
STARKE, FLA. can buy at home. Get I From tlio les Moines Mail and Times:
.:\ each am :::. I ; you printing done at home if I :Mrs. S. :M. Sims left last week for Mr. George Teunl1nt, of Ihis city in conversation !

RIVERS & JOINER The famous Anhells-BIIooh! lager you pos I !her home in (;rim il 'h She with a representative of the I
I sible.i I I !. ? : spent I I.\iland Times ono evening this weeK, OF THE STATE.JOBBERS I .
ice Alvarez & Liddon.]
beer on at henwith Mrs. .
r-DEALERS:: IX- the winter Captain i laid: "Yes, I took this prevailing InI -
Seed potatoes' cheap: at PUBLIC CONCER'l'exercises at I .J one Mrs: Sims is much pleaed} I I' ttuonz.. 1 give up uorn and went to
\ValterVilIs.. ()rangi'ollege February\ 21st I! at with Florida: and] Starke in partienar I )boil. 1 hall! ii die.idful con.tli and 'was

Shoe.s"B:8tS: Rustproof: _oats atHeibcrjrer 7U:] p. III. All arc invited to attt'nl1.1 : -which is evidence( of her good} j I vei'3"venuueil sii-k I ,to but It"k, am what all' right iiinedy now.had proves 'Wo- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :

:! & Richaid. G. P. YOUNG. taste. She n negotiating: for some I .successful in hiM tv.se. "0. ('hamber1iin's -

C lotb.LrLg: :: FOR SALE. Nine I Cows stock here ill town and will. re- Couirli Uemeily. I used a whole ,
( property
A new tcck of men's huts: cheaper '. bottle, it brought me out all right; ; I feel
-andGents' I than ever at J G Alvarez. cattle: ), hand: fed. Apply to C. II. side in her own home upon her return ill I right WHV.Vt! are never without Always keep a full !in* 'ji.thus.> latest: "\i I It.,, in 1
NickeN to Col. L. B. next fall. I ('h.uiibWl'iin's inediciiifs I in our family.I
Goods. Hampton, or
Furnishing 11 111e-1) r
Mr. II
Miry o a good This testimotiy is only ono o( many .
mule for sale. HhIll1eStarke.: An editor who I had received a new i Ihat might bu giveu to show the \vluoofllieio .
GOODS&NOTIONS. I of called "( hir told] his [ti-fputatioiis.. Those who are ufI Parlor and Bedroom suites, Sideboards and Chiffoniers.J ;
DRY The Riles ot "iweet Home"' flour' No visitor to Stnrke: should return style type flit tl with this inuindy! would do well --,..= .

are enormous. N'o: troulilu I t to -;e111 to his home without first enrolling( typo to make a note of it in the paper ill) tot; .Miainborlain'.s; Coutfh Romedy.It .

Slaving Just received :I lanr! strk( of the hecond barrel to a cu .tolllcr. Fur'alf his name: on the subscription. I list: of whichV:4s: 1 : done, :and it ,read]. as I n.sod' us dif-cted it will bo found effeetu.il. CLARK & LOFTUS
the bove goods we are prepared; tll supply \ llfibcrgi'r & Richard. the TKLKGRAIMI.: follows: : \\: e invite i those! of ourreaders Fifty! cent boille.s for sale hyRiveis .
call Mnilin-' ? \1) ,
wnnts. Give us :i & Joiner.'fliore .
Tour who line t'i
want printing
gpet our coods before buying else btit.E !. A car load each: of corn, oats and Dressmaking; l by Mis.Vethy and We : is danger: ,pneumonia fol- : t
cheek. ;
JOINER() in at J J Alvarez.. i i..tl"S late from Kansas Cut- come and in-p--ct: our lowill; an Hlla..k itf La Grijipu when
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RIVERS hay just : City.
E: ast.ure-t.liat it i i. out of the l !i3t taken
: < something: Jiiambf 115 Cough Itemcdy i is 40 AND 42 WKST 1UY S'l'EET.Correspondeiice i iJ
lug23 STARKE. FLA. Buy the be:>t sewinjj machine at ing by the best tailor system'\ and( com mon run, tie./' IlLS; statement as cluooti-il lor a scvote cold] l a'ndcaieisnsyd 1
.J G Alv.rez. nil work neatly dotl(,. Near: Corner to avoid ()x pl) ure. Fifty cent bottled f j
HOTEL of South and Cherry streets, Staike. was the first 1 in that papervhlI) ( h its I for sale bv Uivera &: .Jciu r.I solicited.: Jacksonville J Florida. 's
COMMERCIAL Choice Kirly: llo>e :and Hoauty readers: didn't doul-t. ,
Hebron :seed potatoes.lieilierger. Plant shade trees. Nothing! wilf I UIH..k'U'8rulca Salvo. -- -- -- -_-_-- n

8TABKV, FLOIMDA. & Richard. lelp the looks of your property guardThe From theTa,other, hek1I1It": day Bill .Smith'syellow Rear TJP b 'st! :Sulve) in I lie world lor Cuts, I' t rjr'Sell Yon the Heat Good* 1ttthi; Lea-t; ."'tflm'Y'4&/ 1 1I t

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OPPOSITE:; DEPOT. ;;;(cigaiett1. tobacco Ill oFt'\ Umbrella 1 China trees foralo. I limNvs'ions. Ulcers. Silt: Ilheum,
Buy : .
your eujuis I ) I }pup bit through our; new I' \ eroi Cs. 'iVtier, Chapped Hands j
-FIRST-CLASS ACCOMODATIONS.- and groceries at Apply at this office.Miss brogan, :\11,1"t.! .' went to old man I'tii ihialtit./ Corns mid all :iSkin::; Erup- 1.-

$2.00 Per Bay.WECIAL Alvarez & Lil1 lOI'. : McCormick, Mrs. (bss, Mr*. .A\\ bon, our slwrnaker: to have it tioi;P.IY roquiiH-l., uiil |I'I/siii\ol\Jr. j is_! guaranteed cun s Piles to, or give no House : Furnishing : Goods ; of : All : Kinds. to .

Shoes, shoei-, tol o"snll'glllt" :: linesof Uhh-in, Ed :Marvin and T. P. Wall mended! lie promised 1 to have it I periVct H-itist'.ioliun, or uiotioy jci'unded.

RATES MADE TO WEEKLY OR new toot'dl'S atTruby !pent Sunday in Gainesville, the done next day and-he kept hi. I'rice: -."> rviitb PIT box. For x&m by \I It I II i

MONTHLY BOARDERS. ; \ Sternburg & Co. Blasts of .\McCormick.:\ word. Such a thing had never happened -t Druggists.! -- ---- :

HOTEL THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND New straw- :hats at A few more big wells dug at dif- I before, and: apologized for I Life ul lion. Jefferson Davln. t

RUN IN FIRST.CLA.t-S ORDEtl. Truby, Slernburg\ &; ('o. 'eient places in town would be an it, too, saying: he always: : was a d- d Following :i-i :a t irculur let ter from Mr*. Mattings, Carpets and \Yn.lrm ld: 1tv, HIan.1 i ]Maui JJj.,1 Spriaga .f

J. KLEINSCHMIDT, i Cedar Key: oysters, fresh everylay improvement. In case of lire the fool when; he was sober. We hope I Uuvis: I Comfort \Jattretlfot <. rind Tin : ..
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those of our subscriberwho forever" I i ( Crockrry tt>f 1.Lhg C ;b. ri. -I i
Proprietor. : ( at Meuchunis: in shell orop'ned.Parties \\'atl'rllPplY! is ilways short. Bciuv.ir. Mist. Fob. 1. 1S9D.I ,
DeclS wishing oysters for tujiper} promise to pay: but never do so,, have engaged to prepare biography .'.

will please order at 4 p. m. Mr. R. 11. Joiner has returned would 1 SOber up a little." of Ill,)" husb.i-id!' ; which will be published to '\\1:

in color at this from his trip to Georgia. lie i is en- at an early date. Willow Reed and Rattan Goods of all Kinds. r1ATTENTION.
LIVERY SALE Job printing any irely! cured of his eruption, and he \\r c have beyond .louht, the finest! tIme ,
office.V eI'e bound to please. he feels like a new man. of t sprinj: .111.Y goodwe have III order to make the book as completeas .

Come.and let us price your work says over had. Call and.! examine vhethei' possible 1&11,11l'e\ greatly obliged if STRAWBERRY iiEN \

-nnd- before youorder_ elset here. The town council held meeting-! you want to hllor not. our friend, whose personal recollection
Seed potatoes by the wholesale at every night for four nights this j 'I'm Sternburg & Co. of Mr. Davis would throw light on any Ship your Fruit and Vegetables toM -;

FEED STABLE, Walter Will week. They evidently mean to do event of his life or tend to illustrate his F! PECIC,

stock of something for the good of Starke. Clothing, clothing: clothing just chir.i'ter will record them- and for"aid 334 WaJlhio1.1un :Stte,-t. New Y..ik ('it)". J
CALL STREET. STARKE, FLA Come and see our new received a large invoice at .
millinery_JG_ _Alvarez.A Every postmaster in the county 5 js Truby. St( i nburg & Co. them to me. A'I1 shall endeavor, as fur Best of references. For stencil.blanks postal card: and other

F. EDWARDS. Jr., Prop. new stock of saddles just in at an authorized agent to take subscriptions : as possible\ to tell the story of :Mr. Davis information apply to W. RALLAK1), Lo".aI l Agt. .:

SADDLE HORSES and CARRI \GES .J G Alvarez.An for this paper. If you want Suits-fifty diffesent styles, ranging emitter in his own words, I shall regard it STAKKE, FLA.MaIIory'sNewYkuiiIdaT1ne. .

a''lwag ready for use. Hauling a specialty. new stock of millinery the paper, hand your dollar to your in prices; : fioin 5 to 20 dollarsjust :, as a real service to be furnished withctl.S _ I

Give me a cnll\! before you contract. entirely III aster. j received at of any idlers from ray husband
..e Strive loPl a"e. I just received 1 at J G Alvarez. POSt '!1'1'111)Ste'.tlhurO'. & Co. I relating to any public topic that his sur- { 4
------- Finest butter and cheese: at :Messrs.!' M. George & Co., Chicago, I .
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I frien-ls have
I Walter Wills. are receiving more fruits and vegetables It does not matter what you want, ving may. preserved.!
U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER address will continue to be
My
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from Starke than any other we : meet :any legitimate I
Seed rustproof oats .at MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS,
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firm in that city :and are making the petition.
G Alvarez.
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best returns-so says 11. E. Clark.A Truby, Sternburg & Co. lieauvoir, HarrUon Co., Mis. New York Philadelphia Boston and Florida. ".
Potatoes, cabbage, apples, etc., atM ,
I each am's. good, live correspondent wanted If you want the finest table butter A Dutiful Sun

Subscribe for the TELEGRAPH. for tnis paper from Lawtey LikoUutler you have e\i'r tasted call for the Is a pleasure to any parent. lie brings Sailing l From, \ &Z:''1'OUK\NDIN', ,"ERY FL EVRRY PHID Y TDl1a8DA AT 3 ., .. w .1.1I j jl

.Hampton and Providence.For Durham and Cold Spring Creamery joy tn the home of I ihe old people and in .t
Only a dollar a year.An mike it chl'cr1l1I\ud --IRON ST\UtRS-
seeks to
&; Co.: every way ; J
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and particulars add res at Tniby, S'irnburg I
immense l' l line of harness and terms :to make tasy the faltering. feeble steps orlg'l. .. .
bridle just received at TELEGRAPH, Starke, Florida.Mr. Finest Kentucky: Creamery but .. This Sfl was 11be one: "'"ir- RIO GRANDE, 4

Truby, Sternburg & Co. Chas. Nichols, of Philadelphia } ter fresh from the churn at ginin.Western: Tennessee agent.&Georgu At. nta.II G.i.H. Gentlemen Office- Captain Connor. .
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Strawberry crates lower than ever is in the city. :Mr. Nichols] I!' Tiuby, Stcrrbiirg & Co. -My: father who is in the eighty' '1 f

at Truby, Stcrnburg! & ('o. a large property owner at Hampton.He We have the exclusive sale: of the second year of !his nge. lus bi-en materially -_ STATE 0TEXAS: f
will make extensive: improvements and Cold. :: strengthened and relieved fr ,m suffering CptaiiiVIllma.: 4
Durham
of misses'and Spring Creamery
-AND- We have the best line by the u;;e of one bottle of Dr. VVe>tmore- _
hat takento before leaving for the noith buiter. Truby, Sternburg & Co. forward to -
children's straw; : ever I tatia'-: Culi.iyi Tonic. Please

.iI''VELER Starke. Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mr, and Mrs. Jo: Thomas, whohave Ten bales of 27-inch checks justreceived his address (Jonathan) : \Vckh. Higli Point City of San ,ilder.Antonio, \]
N. C.) six bottles! of the ?aminnd; send Captain
STARKg.clalattention ::. J"LA. loads of flour just in.Truby some time -i.inr ollas- & Co.
Two Sternburg
err spent at Truby, .
Mil bribe amount to me. Very llesp. Steamers ]le ice Jlerna.l1.lin\ .lrri V\t of train leaving Jaoknoavilla! 9.30 a. m.
OClockl and Jewelry.clven&c.torppairing. &c. AU work Watche dot.It ." Sternburg & Co. ton, :Mass.: have returned home M.1 MVeIshi.. Western! Agent." Doctor Trains of the 'loriJ.Ventrtl & Peninsula Riilrofvi" from all point. south, ..r"'U* :i iIn
reasonable pr visit, tenipoiiiiy} oiguuizulion of an Episcopal I renovator can be bought from Rivers & Hfeamers! stop at Brul1 wi' k. <;". only, and arrive in New York Mondays.. I
at lOc to 5po apiece.An summer church has been eM..llKlu'il; ) in this Joiner at 50o and $1.00 per bottle. Passengers arriving Wednesday evening will be taken care of aboard a&.eamer.

J elegant line of boys' clothing Rev Jos. F. Shands has moved city. :Meetings:\ will be held I twice month I SCHEDULE FOR FEBRUARY: 1

r::;) J1 just received atTruby trom the Sharp house to the cottageon in I the Baptist. church, which is kindly City Council. LEAVE Nhw YC.HK STRAUEHB. LKAVK FXUHAMDUIA. i
Sternburg & Co. Madison avenue owned by :Mrs. Council met Feb. Cth \t 8 p. m. Present 1
110 ) tendeied by the Baptist; brethren, until Friday i January 24 SAN MARCOS Thursday January
: A / Boy suits for $1.50 and upwardsat \\ tkonki. Mr. Hackett will move further\ notice. beginning on Thursday Chairman Pace. U D Miner and wi Friday. -lanuary 31 .. . STATE: OF TEXAS Tburtd.yFebraarye L"v.

> j'lit C> 'Y r'P.j Truby, Sternhurg & Co. his family into the Sharp house. evening. Feb 27th. The ntxt:: service will \Y Sapp. Minutes: of last meeting adopt Fiiday, February 7. RIO GRANDE .: .. Thursday: February 18 .

f.' ed. Bond of T \V Sweat, tax assessor, Friday, Febru.uy; . .STATE; OF'1EXAM..rhursd.Februar120 .
rtQ % Flit niture cheaper: than ever tTruby The street committee would con !' be on some Suml iy nijht in the f.-uly) por- \11'lHncd. Friday, Fehumy: 21 RIO GRANDE . . ..Thursday February 27 a
O 0J. Cour.r !
:Sternburg: & Co. fer a great favor on our country lion of Match ]Hufmi'ico: ': will hcgiven.. approved. ; ; r'nd\.rF'dllllar: )" 28 . >TA1.EOb'TEX.\r;. . ..Thur d.yKarea. I

You can: : always find fresh groceries brethren. by putting up hitchinsr Truck Growers' Weeting. Feb. 11, 1890. For general information: jtpnlv to 1
4. f J M. UT1.KH, Agent 77 West Bay Street.Jacao..uJe. IT*
at Truby, Sternhurg & l.o.BIl' posts over town. There is now I hardly At 7 p. m. hist Monday.;\ O1 Thomas Council met: Rt 7 p. m. AH: mensbors G. U. II V a B V, \gen'f.oc Centrb. Fernaadiaa.

.. your groOL-rias from l a place in Starke for a fatmer to G. Ellu> "f Vii; !;i'iin who had been invited preKei.t! Moved and seconded that a night C. H. MALLORY &CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. B-, N. Y. '

'r t A ,*s%lrf. ?&' V : .. Walter Wills.\ hitch.his 1J horse to. I to delivei II U-ctuif: t'i.lt
a/ l"v*_o": ... ...ff&J o ..'j..... &yo- The cFebratidToile' du Nordss I Mr. J. W. Hodges has moved into citizens for one h iir ;It t tlit? court house! mid !lIiCI! committee shall arrange & CO.
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-.i- 4' v.. .. dJ'e Truby, Sternburg & Co. between Ga..kin-' drug store and this section piKcfis fm- fruit gro\\ ing t-xcecdii: ;; |l per nigl.t! for sad pulicc-
ec.'l ;, ttor't. and ha and truck er.ilg. Mr. Elliott pole nian. By motion a committee was appointed I
,(\ rf 1>. N. J. Jones' grocery : gial SVIDDJ N. Q.
TATE
>>01' seeds received at II S ;
just
\> ., Jsc v I and! )listened j ( to with to invcstigtie the opening of I ,
b" oI.JjI w'",.:.Ia : I Sternburg & Co. new fresh goods to show you when M-ry forcibly : was ]
i'o" .t q1' 1 Truby, cal1. mnrken attention. He evidently has had Clark and Pratt streets. Fallowing bills DISTILLERS AND JOBBERS JN .

.:l / '" .. .t .ttVZ I T(Jas and Georgia rustproof oats you I oonsifleralilc] txpiiienc'while: traveling in were ordeted! p.iid: ;

-::':&*v4,:. .....Q"7..1.. at Truby, Sternburtr & Co. The north bound) ma 1 now leave-* I m.lI1"t.lls.. i.nd is woil; informed.Col Times-Union advertising $75 (>0) PURE NORTH CAROLINA HAND MADE .

!?"eq .- v,.- Sash and tancy ribbons in greatvatietv : at 3:51 p. ni. The t south bound] mail I E'iiot rcpu-sent* the firm of B.ihrenburg Mayors fees: 8 &0 1

at 'l'rubvSternhiurg &; Co. }leaves at 1:26 p. m. The night express Uro & ('0.. "f New York in Trul>y. Sttrrburg & Co.. hose, etc 71 81 CORN WHISKEY _

Murnm's Extra Dry Champaigm south bound, 11:22 i p. in., and I the C'immissiiiii; bu=ini 5! and is i located Clerk's fees 12 51H .

WE treat and PERMAHKHTLTccnR and Dublin Stout for sale by the north bound express leaves at heimu lficu wr the det, where! he.. :ti Walker! witness fee 25IF '
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z DISEASES, OEFOBMITIES: Alvarez & Liddon. 8:.">9 a m. I will! be pk'-tsfrt! : in iiu-i'l the dtizcnu of M'.rg.in: 25 APPLE AND PEACH :
and CASKS. BEXXTAI :
SUKUICAL ,
I DiSEAffra of Mtx WoL : We defy competition in price am :11'Y.. T. Crouch of Mi'ford, : Surke an l vicinityBROWN'S: J W Horig.-s. 2! the celebrated] "KEY"-hr! of oed' 1i
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IInlt.f IIEM: aDd IPpeje.4iUf4bt1 CUILCRKX Jifielrpmnit: the re-, I"t'e' of the chilling we are offering Conn., H making his u<;ual annual: H :biugieioij:: 25: i Awl HAND J tAE CORN WHISKEY, pactcd in CMC of ,-t..
: or Jreutt, (p.ui.ithe I Truby Sterr.bmy fc; Co. toSurke. Mr. 'much is well D Alvnnz.. marshal: 42 21 i \
: r.t \\\'ui*>..riiut.J.. A visit : u.. IRON BITTERSCures ono dozen bottles.
i& and .-nlr.cf"t RAMTARICM known in this city, .. TEt.KOKAril, printing 14 2C(I
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PRIVATE Lvi.-co-IN HOSPITAL, in connection. : Thirty-five casts (If shoes rceehedI and favorably for Indigestion, Biliousness Dyspepsia.H ; .Miii- I mrchllnoile 4 &; Lowest prices furnished on application, in quantities to soil]t :F':> t qchacers.
each winter N J Jones.
Book tS Ltfc, "'l1U-P:1l"lIcularll for having come here a *.Nervousnew ai.d General Debility. Physicians :r .
week from dealers and ?
Home Cure FRBK. DR. FAKXER'S MEDICAL I by I I recommend it. All dealers cell It. Genuine I \\"J.I.TImYlI.15: ,. Cl.rk. Correspondence solicited eo"'M'k:'l" ,.". .;.... .f' ..:.\...
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THE HUMAN APPETfl'E. florioti county for five or six months It has been frequently said that the f1ft: of Mental IdIcaes. Uon't FooJ GREAT mistakes ar often made in trying;
AGRICULTURA. and and trifle to economize. It a safe rube to follow
without catching a shallow-pated American I South will never have any better farm Mental idleness is sure t"Joad t men away precious health time money uncertain that tho lest is always! tho eVajxxf.. A
heiress, tho supply titled menials labor than negroes. If so. 1 am sorry tal ruin. Ho lio will not exert his with your eprimentngtld- physician may cost you your life J f you

How: It..pan Be Satisfied In the far[ exceeds tbo demand. The result Has KINDRED INDUSTRIES. for tho South, unless they are to be thoughts, who lets them passively receive en meicnl. is so positively certain have Malaria in your system, you vr.il not

City of Chicago.Itritanrants a reduction of wages for this class greatly Negroes aro thriftless whatever influence may chance to in its curative action as to WBrrabt It* only be miserable, but unfit tf>work. Lost
ben time is
'; i Poultry and } Kindred Jndnstrlea improved. it to cure- money lost. One dolkuspent ior
manufacturers in
of colored 'rult-Ralslo& for fall them, vill soon lose tho chief garanteing
and union
composed accumulate
a
upon
not Antidote
\'i' and nee-KeflJug a sear Xtlgh- caring to diseases of the ] Shacnbrgr'! wl euro you in
Whore Mouth-Howl* Are In gentlemen has under consideratontho bor. themselves and, of course, indifferentto power which makes them valuable. I all scrofulous blo or mona seap,r ac. Bold Druggists..

Daily Fiftorn-Ont IIanh-Honnei passage of a memorial to Congress Every farmer should bo a poultry- tie accumulation of their employers. is an easy habit t fall Into, and one it will b refunded. ---- S __ -,

-A study .>AYaltrrs and Their praying for tho exclusion from their na- keeper. Every farmer should be a beekeeper They are extremely idle, and, which each person needs to guard :- Reward offered S for an mcrrrablo rqnda U tm1uJ-2amou; 51?z

I'ccuiiiirSpecial "'n,'". five land of Counts and Barons who can and every farmer should raise therefore, can not be made profitable against-that of listlessly reading, or Catarrh bv the proprietors of Dr. -.3uI ,onoq aqi pja! a.veq PIn :-A !'
tiv-aaBq B
not make an honest living in tho efffto fruit. Theso aro kindred Industries.Poultry without expensive supervision. Theyare listening, or dreaming insteai of (Sage's Hemed,} SOcts., by, uruggist pUT uo[ H 5 \ sr.zmxaoq-x qmip! > r B ns, .:a.i

[ Chicago (Corrrf-pondcncr monarchies of tho Odor].. In this boos and fruit harmonize to per very destructive! t property and actively thinking and working up -- -- --- tj..

Tn Chicago, as elsewhere] man can not they Ikavo tho sympatiyof their whitefellowcitizens fection. They work in-and-in, and are abusive t stock. J n these( evils they l.ave these influences into ideas and con- sisters IT I!thq nnrr1ie lady of who how can to give managea t,t ron, time Paradise of Farmer'.

Iho without dining, and tho only difference who will cheerfully second I. quite as good as a cash deposit in bank. been indulged, until their character and rictions that are worth holding, because husband.- Ot t"Ct Mild, guablectrate. certain and abun.Jant
their patriotic and disinterested for evil. they have boon justly earned. It is the :. --- rops. frit. rin, grass,stock twitry
bi't.cen The produce of the orchard, the produceof conduct have become uniform -- --- -- -- intheworkt
tho Full information
Mmon-puro Chicagoan free.
efforts. is 'vacant mind, wbere no good seed is You realize that I it Is medicine.when Address
the hen-house and the produce of the The generation now passingout car- hardly Oregon Immigration
and other specimens of American mankind Tho king of Chicago waiters, however bee-hive is ever in demand and can rying with it the last, best hope of the struggling upward into life, which will taking Carter's Little Liver Pills; they are 10atdPOrUandOr.grjpA --- --
in thii respect li that tho Michi- tho foreigner, but b reared soonest be covered with weeds.-Once a very small; no bad (i'Ct.; all troubles SHORT
tit1.1 turned into cash most any time. race. The one coining on seems from wrliJ"cr are by their usa acquaintance man wio is
pan Lake breezes have the. effect of tho hash-slinger and ten- under "Week. rclcn. always wanting! to borrow money.-BarUmr
f\'o That poultry is a hpJ.ft to an orchard without control and restive authority. --- -- ; '

creating appetite which would put to cent; feed-houses loat'.l on : Clark is generally that an or- Many of our farmers have CAT.\ICI.- THE merchant has diivc a sharp bargain ton Free Press-- ------- -
*--bam, thed ellcr in any other part of.. and West Madison lie is a char- trade t .
strpIt' chanT beneficial to fowls know with them. when is -
wo worrying Ax KXTEXDFD
grown dul.-Kearn.y Drown'
} Take him all in all) the tn'.1 Catarrhal Ix-afneM--H.iy Ffver-\ :.ew Etrtr5C rOPtL\PtTY. Trojuchial
thocnuntry. .
actor that baffles description; half ,
their) farms, have for
*
The of been
fl'ol experience. range an They haw alJan.lolld Home Treatment.Sufferers l'TOl many years the
a averar; niicajro man lives to oat and half Rigged out in most popular articlo in uso for
ramp l'ntlman. orchard is the best place in tho world rented their lands to irresponsible arc not generally nwarl that IT is lonerer to take blu pills relieving
tho avorago Chicago woman keeps him a shirt that may, pc-rchanrc} have on"11 for.chickens) to forage. The presence of tenants an I sought employment these (diseases are contagious or that they to rouse no the nce.r.. barter's Little Coughs and Throat troubles.

coin pi fly. t been white, and an apron reaching from the fowls in the grassor crops about the and business engagements under are lue to tll rresoure of I living parasites Liver Pills ln'r better.Duatforgct. this.
in the !: membrane of the nose and THERE is no full stop to
This will] the the neck tho feet tbfurnala
perhaps, explain existence to MJ as t cover a If r.l
fruit trees reduces the ravages of more pleasant surroundings. eusuvninn tubos. Microscopic research, cold we ither. always the
Wrnx a cashier goes to Canada his em- I require ctlon.
toh-work"
of tho" thousands of restau- pa pair of troupers, bo intimidates inevitable.What however has this to be fact and Boston Gazette.
damaging insects to a minimum and as these things continue ruin is 110\(1 a ployer's] face and luown accounts are thelong
rants and cating- his customers by scowling at them these pests have 1 tendency to harbor is'tho remedy? must come to tho result of ( is that a simple and short cf it.-Chicago News ----S
'.4 hOUH'S whoseprosperity in way which instinetiu'ly makes \'p remedy has been formulated whereby X't; Opium in Piso's Cure for Consumption.
a and i about sites There
multiply O'lhar they tho practices of our neighbors. Catarrh Fever and Catarrhal Deafness
Hay
seems th't put their hands over those pockets afford an abundance of insect food for must l he authority on the farms. There arc permanently cured in from one to three Wz recommend "Tansill Punch.* Cigar. Cures where other remedies- faiL 25c.

-'C- KO inexplicable in which they may havo a tray the ilK-k. I be "ho., in fact as tprr'is in simple applications made at home by theluaiticntohutE' IT i ill all
must a right to blow
I to strangers who dime or two. Tho order given, it is in two weeks.N. .ICpEY[ '(.mmI mrclu.'<):.qT 3If1! your own hertut
r In the fall of the year the win name. His I authority must 1,1 respected d\\i oq oj s.n auj. some people l tarea't any horn to blow.-
:' visit the Garden bawled out in a stentorian voi mj and the I?.-This treatment is not a snuff or anointment 3lO : Uallo. .
and fruit that drops to the be Our
damaged and his directions must ol'IYlt1 ; both have been discarded byreputable
'i City for the first unhappy guest, too frightened to leave ground is a source of green food to the methods are too ] and our discipline physicians as injurious. A pamphlet -

;,. tl'mo.: Each his seat, is kept waiting fifteen or fowls so necessary to eggproduction.In too lax. Not tUlil by individual but explaining this now treatment is sent on .. ..v
street ornr twenty minutes before his order is filled. simply receipt of three cents in stamps to pay -
startin and maintaining: a young orchard by communities ami neighborhoods, wo posta'sre ) A. 11. Dixon) k Son. cor. of John
Ono of these establishments has
bnreo, they 0 b )
queer
and in rcju\lnatng- old one, must change our pay for and King Street, Toronto, Canada.-ChraSufferer11 -
serve, has its ba- a i bign on tho window witb 'lUo inscription managtJpnt
-
the from the hen roost of ( .4'iruc'te.
ti.I"
droppings are
good work and upon : ftin' it. ______
loon, with a drug- .:. .. .. great value. Here the hen to the j from Catarrhal troubles should
... .. ... .. .. says I have made a thorough :tul.of. tho <
btore across tho : EAT, )mxKAxnnE nuuv: fruroNOUHOW : tree: ,"You helped me and now I benefit hindrances to success on at Georgia: farm. carefully read the aboic.Tnn -
and a restaurant ; wii>ir.. "' S
way ; Hardwood ashes, domestic
in the mid- : \AD }:';.is.. H(:;5. : you. I have found them many and stubborn. law permits a man to u"o his wife to
: o\TMIAf. :!)3 }:(" ;". .:';. : poultry guano and virgin forest soil or With good, rl'lahll industrious ]labor we rob his creditor Yet in the f.ice of this it
fi7/iI dle of the block. : With(('IP oj cvjlcf or Ira free yratle. : la mixed in proportion of about is arsnied that marriage is failnrc.-1ing
. .. .. . -101 could make not only profitablebut ;
p This is natural. .. ... ... .. .. each and applied about the farming, hamtun llcr.ild.
In the small pleasant - --- -
same placo lIPIItl'ak. atra..th'l.I
i'; Tho pure ozone a trees it with tho loosened sur
How
.- ':zv from tho lak' potatoes bread and butter, and Uirr-o mixing insist that the improvement of our \VE ndmirethe: who hppens t
catch .-,-
: a mulch of leaves or us wh-'r. are tioinjj a goofl deed
fact
soi ]labor is the fundamental of
-:_- creates an doughnuts can bo obtained for a dime, principle the sly.-Atchionulobe.(
appe- dark
straw, causes a rapid growth and
and sirloin steak with our success. It is the first business to
EAD WAITER. tito for substan- a the same extras ------ -
tial eatables the hurry and ofluine.s fur fifteen cents. Pork and beans is folag1 in young trls. and makes the occupy the efforts of organized farl'rs. Consumption SurcJjr:" Cured.
worry llJl'r ones bear more abundantly. and, when the best : To TIlE 1111Tu-Pleaso: : inform
fully yonr
worth eight cents mutton chops ten alomplslHd
; ,
life make a brisk demand for
readers that 1 have
The most productive orchards are a positive remedfi'r
drinkables n ttho subsequent overloaded cents; roast chicken, fifteen cents, and those close by large apiaries. That beesa work they will ever do. the ah.yl il.n n-J disl; condition of the stomach com- oilier articles in proportion. Of course, This is by no nwano a hopeless undlrtaking. thousands uf hopeless eases have been

pel.saisit I to tho nearest pill frhop. eating houses of this description aro ist in the fertilization of fruit bloom There is much that is good in l>ormanently cured. I shall I.glad to send

is utPI.tiOli That the presenceof lie is not so much to be two lottJ.g of my remedy FKEE to any of
atronized only'lJY tho lowest elites] 01
"Tho great.: Chicago trinity saloon, countless bees among the blossoms llgro. your n'a.llrs who: have consumption if they
*' world ng-peoplc, and other problematical (' his short comings as those will send their and
drug ptofolmd restaurant a wise man tramps in the time insures me express, post-office
spring
from the 1 I'.t once upon a time called characters. The fact that, according who have had in hand his management.The adJn'ss Respi-ctrnHv. A. i.ocmti. M. C.,

1ho combination, and to tell tho truth, to a police ofc'iarstatpnH'nt, (.fruit 1 Indeed in it season is our we observation fully- :! negro is naturally docile, generousand I 1"111'ar1- tn'et:'l\- York.A .

ho: wasi nut far.from summing the whole tte-o aro in existence in the business lu.ll'v and and that others('anolIN' submissive. With those good qualities 1lLI cook 1 the most popular of L-

tbiug up correctly.Saloons districts of Chicago over one ]hundred of (experience ,prominent, he can hI I'a..i.taught decorators.
similar do doubt.
we -- -
testimony not to bo faithful and reliable. -
this class of of whicl
and drug stores are very rltaurants. ('a..J Thus the bees l benefit the trees: but thisis \th Iv i-dcr to jijip-' :.viate. lioin? kissed a 'rirlslioul
ble rewards and and
feeds[ from ono five hundred personsper prompt just payment i be old cii'.iii'h 1.) knew
h aliko wherever and t '
mu ono ofsweets" bdtl'r.-Lfl.
may go not all. Think of the 'ocean ho can be made i industrious. .
day, perhaps more conclusively
it would be a waste of words to speak proves would but for
that to waste .
go In the exercise of his free-loin he has: 11:0111h.) are sneered at as b 'iii5
el-o
than thing that a largo
iiliout them hut(. description of what' any city that wonderfully intelligent and tireless a1 like made the mistake to believe that liberty -
harbors
Chicago lit all times ten
('liirago olters in the of eating- l'reas.PrLLTNG. .
way little] insect that is ever on the ,
thousand men who aro either out of meant idleness, and we have S 1F-r
husl'IIwi l throw some light on a matter iii 1 P
of delicious
alert to add to its store nectar -
him to h be thus deceived. The the a mattes eyes nat "
work or to tho criminal class. a1owlo \\\11\1 '
in which every body is interested. The hasb-hlingr belong by the Only a tiny il""I.t! One two, greit mistake has been that we have urailtgIVIS a sheepish aI'ls'aranee.iiug'harnton Jq- ( 4t )

l rstef all, then, Chicago has restaurants employed proprietors three a dozen. a hundred a thousand taken ] Horald.
not the trouble to and
of these resorts aro recruited ilbtllt .
for nil classes and conditions of forty thousand of them in i I
from their customers, and h -flO the yes: twenty t. control him."l' have allowt him to THE: greatest fool in tl.e world is the fool
b u man: beings. Itestairrants for the (casual observer need not bo one \\-stol'k.,! colony. follow his crude ideas of lif to his own who whi-n ho is made fun of, says ho has
surprised .
rich restaurants for the; poor, restaurants when he receives a somewhat noi-y re Associate ten, twenty or fifty colonies hurt and damage of the community. been unjustly, l'ritki.1t'Tum ,. ? .. -

f.r'tIlJ 1I'n, restaurants for negroes of those small but earnest workers on
Humanity and religion, to nothing
ception. say :* of flesh-redueinfr. itap.ijhig -
fi staurants for Germans, restaurants Chinese restaurants are something our premises and we have millions of of self-interest. l.u1 ha\1 promptedus business, for it enables!systems Ul'm fnl to .

for Frenchmen, restaurants for well-trained laborers who clothe 'id live' the fat of the land. Baltimore
.
-
a nO\'I.l.r in Chicago, and no Caucasian to improve \ elevate; his ideas of 1 ; ,
r lUIricl.ati ng heathens, lunch wIul caro to visit one of th'D for the food themselves and asked of us no duty, faithfulness and moral obligation.To American. -

counu-rs for busy clerks and eating purpose of obtaining a meal more than (compensation for their work. Yet they do 11s. is to damage ourselves hurt TIIEKE is a {rrcat difference in poker '

halKfnr tramps and other impecuniousindividual work and work with a vim. They aro il.s.\em.. There's the can play '
onc(. Tho victuals and delicacies served the community and impoverish the 1.lldln

by the Iitail'd proprietors of th'st the \cry (essence of t'm.rg'and activity. State. 'I'hisubject is t
'fh"rt'1'1', for instance gorgeous South Clark street dens aro prepared in They' are never so ppy >o peaceful: for a newspaper, article fnl I a l'hetk-ll'och.' )

dining balls' for tho representatives of genuine Oriental 2 -, as when tho harvest of bloom is ripe to be developed at onl sitin It is the S
the four )hundred who desire to and the How at its highest tide. SPEVKIXG of luintiiiiT, ,,' arc
may style] and seasoned dine oufldn of their clubs, where a with an 142A '.S- s Then' it iz; that they will part: study of the farmers at tl:1 -\uth.-\r :>talking.

piecs- of f lrrtln steak costs a dollar and indescribablecombination a ": )l with a portion of their stores in .J. Northen. in Southern luIti\'ator. O"i: of the h<>rr.>:,of being: ;; woman is YmcIfT ,

u look at the )bead waiter adds a quart of peace and offer but little resistance to _.-- -- ----- the possibility,sf Kvonihu'. a mother-in-law.

r in the bill, where yarrons in full herbs and our Ii ig1i-hi a nih,'ii robbery of their store STOPPING GULLIES. ,--p
\\i: ref the
dn-.s flit hither: and thither with noise- spices."il Rico houses. Hit ht'warl of them when the l.ut h sonwtuw.'jut' ito!s-pidt;.; ; if 5 spirit only of an hope cxS'rctCr.1inghma'mit. LITrIJ E ISO PEEPhad given a fair trial. This world-renowned
lens reid whero in An Kyesore in the ICollini ( of the I remedy will not make new lungs but it
( : finger-bowls aro harvest is over and the laborers are ; Country Lo der."tt'urv .
.. forms tho prim'ipal South that Can !>UfiiUMlifil.. lost her sheep and couldn't, tell where to will restore diseased ones to a healthy t'lte
( \ Ty-.lay use and where even the to away the sunny hours finllIJt'm0, the old I I
substance of fO'I'lt i,11 nursery rhyme says, when other means have failed. Thoustils
i is
lisHiifr!
On cultivated lands a man for
farmer compliments
fashi'mtblo: mouth-howl is not a every feast, hit about the hearthstone. Then there is aviciousuess a thrifty is In, Mi:>jK'Sv'il to v.'orm his \'..av. into and it jjot-s on to bid her Leave theta alone gratefully testify to this. It is the most "
rt can stop his gullies a moderate expenditure and they'll come homo and bring thtir tails ; tonic or" alterative
1tr:'nl'r. and a vigor about them in at l).-opl s g.iMil grh'clt'uFaU": Ucpib- j pj-tent strength restorer, -
on
What on earth is a mouth-bowl high holidaystho the defense of their homo and its contents and in a few years make a Ul'.ln. In-hind them.'* All this! may bo tnsn of l>st .. or blood cleanser anti nutritive or
you hoathenlmscnlnt handsome profit out of the original sheep, but If you have I In.t your l.altli you I flesh builder known to medical scinru
..!.1.11", mouth-bowl is a Russian revelers I. that warns all intruders to !b>, TIE impecuiiioiis: srmbvlu.hires a car- cannot afford to leave that alono. It will .1. For ,,-.-J\ Lungs Spitting cf mood Liv-

institution: ; ; a square or round glass indulge in wan Every ono of them is a soldier-- money in\'ptld plantilg the "MlackLocust" ria: ;eaud liocs not par fi-r it Is J'alh' no not come back of its own accord Homo | rr Complaint and Dysin-psia, w indigestion
in all of thl ; irullies. ari-toer.itic the rich jieoiile kag that they bother about I it > iwKi
bow i with :1 pr.'tty bird's a home to the mo\1 thal man who { never is an uiu ] remedy.
nest soup gInuinl guard-arJl Thl smaller gullies may be stopped wllks.-X. C). 1'uMVU'ic.;! co!, So They "let them go the way they 1 "Golden Medical Discovery is the rJj
lit tie glass in- tl'lth, i in the a ii bj _
"
imported "i".t twilkll eye -- -- camo. Alas too often the victims medicine of its class
yamsand .. can" or (pine is the bc.st) ir -I go- that is sold tdrt: .i.ll': tho wh'tlobHiig dried fish, all 1 of them are in the face: of the 1'11'1) placing I r's a moan mal who treads on :a woman'scorns to.a consumptive's aFntil very recently >ts under a printed puarantfv from tho

MTiol fin tho smell of 'I at the first sound of his approach. 11m. care to place\ the tops up in tho! I I-I-M: : car: s'itiy; I Ncanst, she a cure for Consumption, which is I\I manufacturers, that it will ln-m-fit or cure
it jrlass dlMi- to- which would '1,1 fruit-growers entertain the idea the hill and, by 'grading" his land (i in il,'lift thiuiU! !him for the scat he {gave her.3lcrcluaxit universally acknowled to bo scrofula I j I ia every case of disease for which it is rw>

:011 giving each row a proper!' fall)I. It -- 1rn'.1.! affecting flw ]lungs, would hive teen booked !i! ommeiuleil, or money paid for it will bo
jrethi-r with a / make a full- that bees work injury to ripe grapes, .- -- upon as miraculous, but now people are : refunded.
line linen 4lO and that for this bees should plowing m'l'r11.\ :lal gullies tl,4 W'ji VT wrecks manKOPHM i is '
ily :i I gro w n skunk reason drinking beginning to realize that the dfease w not 1 WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL1 0-
of ,1imilJuti\i ',' hide its head inS ne\er he- allowed in the vicinity of earl the plow just as you reach r.-hmishy,on a }Ivor ialI'm"1 FranciscoTiii incurable. Dr. Pierce's Golden] Medical Discovery -I'I ct Tiojf, Proprietors, No. 6G3 Main S ;'-,
the edge of time gulls-. letting whatIirt i? 10t will cure it, if taken in time and !I Burialo, N. Y.
hi/". .\r'r tho 'lhiis is
ii a Tho (-o1.oIIuVAITF.R.: : \ \ineyards. Opinion not a moot..l .--
1
(
Hn"('r- .,\\l has prices asked by Chinese Uonifacos idea,merely. 1 but, has been Ihl cause of on tho plow fall in the guly. catching : : <1t'| r!,"..i wa.f. -T.ioothini! ; much
are ,
your furrow on the opposite edge of thE "\.0, ;.. tt r. id iron them. Baltimore -
1-1"11 TIaMWL 1bo j' lawsuits. i. this true of t
(extravagant but tho old adage te ffixfi- E"p"I'ial.i. :\'
v.t....'I in:'U-s his i liis ii Ifl futrtmptitandum, can !hi' applied to California \1111 there has been so gully.Most REWARD LJ offered by the manufacturers of DR. SAGE"
of the in the South
"p'lrannwith! : tho almond-eyed Asiatics with the same- much conflict I lietween bee-keepers and : pastures arc $ 500 CATARRH REMEDY. for a case of Catarrh in

HI) ml/u I h-""\\1. propriety as to the ciilked bun \ fruit-growers. During the hlotJing probably ten times as hal\: gulled a' .tcrieAr1OTHERS! w the Head which they cannot cute. By its

\\ i !I a" 'inui'li and perhaps we, who consider'alt. poruid the bees are ('Irtai they were when they were first turned : mild soothing.: and healing properties. Or.
raw 1 1PI'- out pro\h.t., of course that han SagcV Remedy cures tho worst cases no matter ot how long standing. 5O,.. by ,
: % an can tidal to but to whether druggista.st
gral. you oysters tho a rare delicacy, grapes; as t\j
hal-slHl been pastured length of ti i Thrreason
command: :yon rc\- have no to throw stones at tho they puncture the skin of ripening I any 11. jL: "
of this is The *
fIEHD"MAKEvflI
owner
oll\JI.
iuo the glass poor deluded heathen who prefers decayed grapes and thus i induce rot or evaporation I
of said
hardly ever limit
from tho bowl fish to animated bnalvos. or not. we can not say positively, pastures st.wk

juss t h I' i pC' r- ; J' ui But, as said before, in Chicago a but from our observation in this respect raising profitable. and would not care tc / BASy

fiinnHl w ate' r il stranger can have whatever ho wants at we an'le'd10 believe that in the majority go to :any extra expense for the l'PJlftof Cough Medicine ReeommenIed by Physicians.IIB1IIOU .

i1''o1iIi your a. prices (ti suit las pur l. 'fh( Jti of instances whero the ordinary a few scrub cows. I He has a fi"lt CILD &OeTENSt
that he would like in !
to foi
inmiih aiul un- \ 1I1TE1UTEfl.o1ntatioubly served in the Dolt expensive as as honey If' is sej-n on grape clusters, tho put pasture
wl1 a few to enrich i it. LES NS
] deposit it in tho howL tho cheapest p\'I.-1Ia\1] passed a rigidInspection fruit has hll'l previously punctured bylargi.r ] years Putting tho PAiN"IGfR! TO LIFE O I

Tli n y
mouth put thf' glass back into tho bowl, flfteeii-oont restaurants may nl)1 bo the wasps, ('h'., or has 1 been damaged} 1 by the down the f"nl'l" which now incloses it. )

wipe your fillers and the task is done. ('Iwil'st yet they are ns Imlesomo a< action of the wind in tossing the vine antlltting his stock run on i it. :>w. SMOTHER I ,

A.s saul, this and an unlimited number thosn served in gorgeous places, about, thus cracking the skin and attracting hl'rl whl'rl the llal'l is done. The --- --- --

tif, itic-r! tllUrieHOU can enjoy, proM and this fa..tdwf'l'r.tore rn tho rural districts .the Mgiiant. .11('. .ut allowing" rows aro gratII1 and each row carrie" BRADFIELD!! REGULATOR OYALL ORUG&STS.COA ATLANlAnisaia _" I & CO.,

,l, d joU aro willing tn pay two or ) not forget. when biting that possibly bees do sometimes work a I I its own turil a rain. The stock 15 Pounds."I TINWARE

tlm-o dollars for a thirty-flve-ocnt meal. the great metropolis of the \\ c'sf.EJprmEnr.. little injury to the fruit of a vine-i-a rib. J makes path.lu.s the rows which I STovs ,

If you da not maro to pay, u week's Balmy (J.V.. \\ may not this small dalag1 be more than, I'I I soon cut down to a level with tho water have ben R great sufferer front FURNISHING-KOUSE-GOODS.--

for : GOOD ADVICE. l'laI.1 1 of course runs down the and 1 a.edI8I1Kl'eed,1tbmeuutUa llmur. Cutlery l ""UI"rr" .
('ne <.f the two )hundred or nmrei restaurants the vines, IH''a..ionld by the presenceof j path soon PP I.r PI.AI.V uu< are Mmu'fft.urer
jI bl'sau taking and .I.IIM::'F.D TiX.
w here a good nioal can be obtainedfor What Mr. ChllclMMJanlenor Thought Mit the bees in working ou the bloom i make a _deep g11.ftr each row bus \,\ A K E. O A L.VA> tXT.lt KO.>WV K V.

thirty-tueor fifty cents. In these Illuming for I'rrsldt-ut. thus insuring superior fI'tilza1oI.' i been busy a UI'1 ug tlr and carrying; \ -' I Sf iufIee.st1erotn'd fur" Catalopiia and and)'act"ry.za Prire I in Secu'ntismr imt whrt,'e in t.

j"laces yo'i will not find many of the ap- An old gardener at Louolla, who was Thl grape injury a.hlf bt os are Midi .1!i it to the path. Of) course tho cattlo! ,: !! city-:1&1 call on THIS D P4PEr.!. MKMP1IIS.._ysu...T.EXXESSFK.. :

]''inin4! tit-tof fashionable life, but you employed by George. Chills to superintend incalculablealue to orll.ull. in general make another path as soon as tho \ ", Tutt's PiIisI -

wil In thrown with tho representatives his flower botls, went forth to and such a source of profit ti> t lo'i j| original one gels too ,deep fop them to L, : ., r :FOflTFB3 CHINA, CLASS

of tho I jjn-.it. mi'Jillo class of Chicago, fleet Nr. Childs ono day in tho !pring i intelligent 1 keeper that they' sh -ii 14 j 1 walk in. and the gully-making 11.0.\ -- -( >I 3AND Q"D'EEJSTS 'EI

JI'J and \\!nn who prefer a pood roastor of "w'., and opened tho gate for proprietor hate. a place among the kindred in- is repeated: the depth of the next gully "; ?A'KJ ran now tllgcat GUY kind of food 5no

;iri o'iit' hup tn costly bric-a-brac in saying to him at tho same dustries.-. n. 11:roe r, in Dixie 1'ann.' depending upon which side of the ) \' i\--". er hitve headache,aiul lia"e gala I I Co.

the way of cut glass and solid silver. time: '-)Ir. I read things in tho -- original gully the new path is made.If r ,; ed fifteen potlllfili in weight.V. .'*
Chi : tho had, .-. r \ C. SCIIILTZE, ColuinMa, S. C. :
rows leveled with .
Natixes or \ i jtor. fond of German newspapers. make m<* think that METHODS COMPARED. 1"11 : .. I -McMPIns.- Itr1ud

cooking ha\t' the choice of half a dozen you are ]losing your mind, and I'm worried cutaway or disc ha ntw. 1:1: gullies ; \ L SOLD EVERYWHERE.i i your ordert for MASON FUCIT JAR!.
I'ariu I.altor in Ohio ''i. Farm I.ahor In would not have been made, for the water '.' --- -- -- -
or "hlrl place* wlu-ro ..udturst mil about it. Are you well, Mr. Iv r ASSORTED PACKAGES OF riNWAUK pit 09

t:1"I'-1: ,r.iut" is heril with the saunn'trul.irity Chil.?" ,4;f-orgi.L--.oII1ct. Sing Fur I'.ulutrl(.P ml.r. I'arri\lott by the. path would be :a ,..".,:''" M,' ELY'S for- -WIIOLSSaLf- -TtUD1RaD5r1hRK -

as aro pork and 11'1U in the "IVrfectly well, my" dear man" re difference between mall quantity as ( coinp-irrd; with a path ONE ENJOYSBoth CREAM BALM AGENTS WANTED to SELL .
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Ti1 .
mo..tmarklll '
VaiKo Imardinjr-hout-e. ,('. Swiss 1'1lt1 sponded Ir. Oiilds. "I was never in zLt'ls. rows and as so.mas the path: gets

junl c\ 'M Uio aromatic imliurper can better health; in my life and no ono farm IJlht"l.I at 1hI'I' 1 and Ih"I'pril.tit'l.d narrow on account of too much travel or the method and results when REAM BPW WHITEPINELINIMENT

}"n sln-J d,'\\n with atloliciouscup olcuJTixi f ever hl'f'rl suspected mo of insanity.What ;at the' South will be found in water, the ,'aull t wil 1 make: another bv Syrup of Fig is taken ; it is pleasant 73: inwaftfr $irprLs'uj

or chocolate, for strange as it have jou Mn in tho papers to tl labor employed.! l'arI1Ih'I'' in Ohio) its side, and the old path will soon be- anti refr(hiu to the tnste, and actsgetttlvet usin-j If'13 -
in noiiiMif the(; awaken is far superior to farm labor in' doorgia.: coni" covered with grass and' I'mrmrn'tn.'fct I-mtri% tiroynr
1111.: ..\ rman restauruuisof such ideas1"Well gra.lnalj promptly on the Kidneys ,

the better ela can ler or otherIfl1jiatjt 1. N Ir. (ills. the newspapers say Ohio plonegroes farmers in positively their fields,11'I'lnl when to it em-idpossible fill up. paths 1 havo side counted side as the older: Liver and ]>.>wtK: cleanses: the system -, right niistr,1 to finn, n-im'h ttc vtAYFE'IER.,! .- I- THE CONQUEROR OF PAIN.
liquors }be obtained. The that want lea twenty by:
; you to \e beautiful
your effectually dispels colds headaches ( Address LOUIS 1 LA.l.'R'tl
to secure white lab They tls ( osof for ,() RgSlSTERH-j
cooking is Teutonic from the "soup down gardens hero and turn your back on ones almost (entirely filled up. Whero MEMP1II5.TENNES58.
say they ha\t' uniformly foun and fevers and l cures habitual *, was onn--.j J-SiH nu VAWB am.m.
to tho Kaiser and buxom (Jer- these rare roses.Vhv, there is no such t'grshjlll"l the rows are leveled the waicr sproa.Jj : I _
lSsifs pUJlUIj nt ,'alf'h'ss. wasteful :1,1 .11- over the surface of tin soil and constipation. Syrup of Figs is the free (is the Mirr. I II
nian "'i01In of bustlet.&rry garden in as this. and noon evenly : .
ouwpltut(
Ilnn"\'haniL
feel
lhuztJ.ful.-
St met lye. Their i-fry -
idl.np.s constant only remedy of its kind I .
your order the dining-room to in the such varieties of rllllill' seeks the intervening sinks or depressions ever pru- It. II..5 CI *
worhl"lbl' t'Jhitrn *
attendance to keep thl'l ; between the hills ri dured, pleasing to< the taste and 0 nt
the superb roses. La or >1,7\s at a acceptable us.t)
kidH'n Tht.\t your own ?.
1 Hlh Street ATLASTiNQlNiS. ..
ji l' Ian
r waiters, who their wa.tlfllnlss and destructhenoss &lm,, Pr5i c.-nt..tt 'Ir-, .
1 \ie Tanner.
view with say that you want to leave this glorious would bankrupt any man of j ------- efiects: pieparcd( only from the most lOcent,. ELY ttilJTttL1s,mh.tby iii Varren in st.tm,, 'a-w rgit.-rui.Ycik JohN E. H.\\IJCK& ('0.. Meoiphl.'1'"..
contempt
q spot, and do, Mr. Child.* and ---- ar.U.I rau P4PE&J'OIO"
i you you healthy agreeable -- '
begotten moderate 1Ian., who is not constantly HERE AND THERE substances, -

by a feelinpof are crazy. m gathering up behind. them." its many excellent qualities com I SEN'D .

racial hupenority "l uU I assure you, my man that I )How far doe- this condition of ti.ings There are no good reasons but lack! mEwl it to all and have made it I CURE nil! I$2,3$4$ $ Of 35I
never heard of such a thing before. Inever of
and skill \
? An Ohio know.dgp why every pound the ir.-c-t popular remedy known. When CAND
{% upon ohaiuih us I -ar Ire I rto not mf n inert-lv to Ktop thfin Y I
tarlr'il For Boi,
saw any thing in the of f'ra tulle Hinith-n ha' by Sifrntot
t German waiting about. newspapers n-n employ help that does not come tohi.n hutfr ( in tlmtcountry might not Syrup of Fins i is for sale in 50o cur. 1 haieiiiHdethe ehni rrturn dl'.a,jjain. of UTS 1 inpitn. "1'1.arndioul I oar wtnrtlf Twr
# maids and humble my giving up this h'autiulhonw. )i commended by a former employer b" prime, if not fancy.Whenever and $1 bottles by all leading drufrijts. LLl-SYorK H.LlSI;MI'h'P.s.if,. i-n.r,tudv I.... 1CANOIESI ItKJAXt-
FZ t I do not intend to give or leave ?- rant inr r'mp"y to cure lhoV"'r t CA.... lieoau.dothert I LT AMU CARiri'M'TPCTVF.
: Scnegambianmenials. up as reliable, faithful and industrious. you find a man's name on reliable who haro f".I.ll'no rca-on for not no. rewiTin acnre. Aflilriii
Any druggist
it. Frii't FLOYD
at once fore Ircatxr &
anil a !iott> t
rrre MOONEY. MEMPHIS.
I n nine On most Georgia farms our help is era a package of fruit that is I invariably not have it hand will m. unhmiibm l. r..m.y. ti... L'upre.us and l.o.t.om.. VHAJIl nil Virsa.._, .
"Well, Mr. Childs, the do may on H. (;. ROUT, \t. V.. m.1 IVnrlW3C vaI.BUS9IESS
pro Mtr.et .New \ ark.WAT
papers that
say and honestly packed name will be ---- -
: \ cases out of ten plo (< no questions asked. An Ohio it for &{:niI3 tUlt.nay tin joo wrtt*. --- -- -
the shabby that you are goirg U run for lrl'idl'nt.Thats farmer demands of his all he con- worth a good deal of money to its owner. cure promptly any one who ---.- COLLEGE
h'l1 \\ishes to it. Do : ; ,
;? st French waiter i f\lbhnf's. for there ain't a garden tra-ted to give; when I not willingly Linseed-meal should ]b.f Used regular try not accept STRONC AORNET \ MKMI'UIS. TtN.
nor a home in ub titute. _' >viiI boo\1tofnlop..reo
Washington to ans > XI V. t
t .a man of family, this equai and faithfully yil)t'L the man is for all classes,of stock. I is not 280 rTrr Street, ) EXPiVMi-\ "'LM.tut[. nut: WVTEITEFO IT
one. You'd be IF$
foolish
to be Presi \TTElTltt'l
:. that( is, tho descendant discharged and another put in his only nutritious, but serves to regulate CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. \TTEBS PEnTAIMVo: TO K E-lt. "D
of a dent _ place. Firm discipline anl positive the bowels and aid : Si't FRANCISCO CL. 1rlUU IBIS P.Hia"1 Ox*rMratt. ESTATE. $5 to $8 a day. Samples worth $-.15
tigstwn. .
rh Eli I.lnp toKR
A Sure Sin.i not under hor e' feat.Vj"
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.4family with a control of farm labor have done as Many abandoned farms have beenabandoned LOUISVILLE /y. NEW YORK, N.Y. -- .NKTEKSiiXTI BK > HOLOktt 10.. Hollj.S'tiJ.M31E .
__- ",Tont ." said 'myth as ho THROAT und STOMACH Dt..aof' THIS P4I'1a.,.T7 ta.joo..\.
--- ttl. as long as ( watdtr much to make the success (\'f"tPI; because they were too largeto are CruEl) by t.ItGKO..KO -- -

TJ:1J: )' \.UH t. a t 0 eFrpnh a love couple!trolIng nt'ar.hthat is a first,' farm as high manuring and intensive be profitably cllti\athl 1 is phtl TULU! WAGONS THE nJSl': BIDE. ""naDt*'I.

poiip on the /. French fbir.{ JPthod. I If the evils of our that a small r 2Jlo., .: "il1.,3IJ: 3 in.. IllS}T.
"11 i auanJl'nf\ UUI L&5oi 11 oioaIP 'ckUe, a.1o
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llnwdo X-I1Ilu.a1"
you know? labor kjlMI THIS f Al IR RWT aw,oa r.I" .
and German iiobleuien] in reduced are constitutional we are without -The Secretary est i. j -7- :

circumstances seem to take to waitIng "I just )hoard her make bun promisenot hope for unless we exchange mates the} number of\griultlll INVrNTODH.. H 0 M STCDT. nook keeping.!-, ..nolllpM'j,
t 4ts .
iUllroH'nwl1t cows H' country ; .
to smoke ] ] 2V"r >- JC m'tic.Shoithanil. '' .tho jUIv t !!'lbjluau.
on 1 tablo as naturally as a4uck or tl'inTinH. negroes l.itl' help. If they including thoin towns and villages 1- 5. c T tNTS II BOO W. T!. F!JREEJ"cr..il, 4:m'-,.'"! :culan tn,.. BBI_ '-lULUkf,BaSUo.S-1. 'J r' I

does t water, and as most of Tiu.itKis 1.ut one .safe, way to milk :i are accidental or contingent they can at 10.000,0(10) ( anl the current'' y n 'ME ar Uil TIlIS ,."&.., &tL.w. ,V.wl.:;::.:' --- A.- N. K. F. -- .--- '. ,

. e' them:*ra decidedly in rudiic. circuin6tance9j kicking ('Oalh1 that is to pet your be ztnitdit-tl\, and the sooner weft vcars: at l.: ) > I -- or11'1- --- __ : 12"12.- $
llutl1ldut1 l.OIO.oll\
after tkf'y have been i this milkof :Le dealer in that Leurao., about i the Ll.t l i\ jibe be f jr all par- : pounds. l'hl.l' product he thinks, ,_ AGENTS CTUJJCV'P FXPr.OB\TI.\l 'W1IE.WI1TI .1"0D\ FKTI.ER4 I'lt. ,?
,. \ tics. I Dr.Bu.I $Cobbyrbpouijrac WANTED I HI1LLI 0 tiea.! *ie" Rsk.uiu. tale that }O u .w time AdriIauciwai I. <.11
will .
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approxiuiaiu 100,000,000 .. ,
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