Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. XI. STA11KE, FLORIDA, :FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 181)0.) NO. 3ti.I ( .

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,1 ADVERTJSL. A MODFRN JOURNALIST. Ing story of her first positive knowledgeof FOND OF NONSENSE. THE SHEIK.UL-ISLAM. I SOUThERN AGRICULTURAL. This i shown to perfection :n lt-t.si.

t | 1,iTi' 11 m I P j 6 ra i jlZja tho presence of the "born tease" in I I The eastern counties have vary sandy
j I
-irAcl He was! up In mathematics, had a taste! tor her own household. Great Men Who Were in the Habit of Do, A Look at the Great and Unknown Mai soils with a foundation of red flay tho
: i'' 4 CO I 7 (m)I'f.4 0.1r I'j-drostatiCH, and could talk about astronomy
| I ro i 2 ,
Who the Itos
t 'I 1 ttare I" l' I 51)) 2 --'I :3 | 6 o. JO from Ansurchus down; boy three or four had hel, tf
k..iiire 6'1'1:11: ('I 3 (X) 3 iO' C OJI'! 10 (OII.1S.J! :: > <( lIe coull tell what kmJ of beans were devoured put t sleep in a crib beside the lx>d in "Hoys bo wise, here comes a fool!" I Duing tho (terman Emperor's stay 'These so-called poor ro" .ties mae from
I// Iur0)) Borne or the Thins They Teach the I rm-
1 ;
J" < 7 (0 JI:) II! 1' 1"1 Ii the Chaldean ,and he knew the exclaimed a theologian, ceasingto majority of Turks here showed :
I" by great
'IIIlIrC : cotton
which or
his great ten to cent more
lay little brother twenty
MO..I I <02)40 ::5 0)1! M <"J Ml '<3 of eighteen ers. According to 'rf Welbitrn. per
?4 '''Iuarc date of v\ery Joke made by a circusclou amuse himself by jumping ovel : themselves to progressive by welcoming than the Mac stiff
months who cano acre
"ncnccnualinefor the ir-t IIn 1 flyc cents f 11. was just learning: to put I b Both experience and science tea-- us sugar per .
line for each fub enuent insertion.hKcial words together. They had been b.y chairs and tables, as he saw a solemn, him warmly. There were some, that all sandy anti gravely lands 1 l-ach prairie soils of the west; but these stl

j : rates for time .advertisements uponpjilicution lie was versed In evolution and would instance themselves in the dark for about fifteen pedantic friend approaching. "Youdon't howvprho regarded his presence badly when put in cultivation; that is soils make three times as much ( ,
at the otlhe.SUBSCRIPTIONRATES tinpoor llii< ..ian as a tvpe of tles- know tho the with tho thor
aversio They oats millet and double the corn
minutes when the mother, passing the all or plant food are washed down or pet
FLisII1 In the modern age of man; fool," said Lord Chancelor Elden, as he oughly orthodox Turks, who have an mol We would
-- door acre that we do. pet badly
tho and the
-- lie ('oul,1Hilt' a nag of matter: on the diffejont softly, overheard the follow-in? suh-si. gravel or
J : kiiuln of bitter u-cd in making conversation: danced in his own drawing-room t a tlspakablp hatred of every thing for sharp sand (flint rocks remain on tho left i we were to make corn at fifteento
'racks the modern looking tune of his own singing. "You are a eign. At tho head of those fanatics and raN
One year, ...................... ............*1 00 flinty g ( on Baby: "Pussy go water, Tarly?" surface. I any ono will take th* soil twenty cents per bushel
I MX mouths ........... ....'............,.. 60 1'Un. Charlie: "Xo; pussies don't go in ather.Signor Ambassador.and so we will stnds the Sheik-ul-Islam, the highest that has been in plowed crops for twenty only fifteen to twenty bushels per acre,

Kubsorlptions! mitt be pal .Id revel In !I-tati.tic.: >, he WAS "'I'lII)1h. ) water much. They like to lie under the finish our ride," said Henry IV. of Driest of the Moslem world. years, and the saint kind of s.-.ndy and try to compete with the prairies thai

.Ixxtv<1"ance. Wo discriminations in favor of any- the fti'I. kulw thepedijtreeol) horses S ti(IV C.. thE France, when the Spanish Minister discovered This Sheik-ul-Islam refused t pay soil that has been only in cultivation for mako thirty-five to forty bushels pet

di'm-jMaj back train the ark. him round the room on a to tho German Emperor. Ho .
of local
Communications all matters
upon Haby; : "Pusy go water. Tarly"Charlie ridinl homage two or three years and examine them
Interesttolicitei from all parts or tbe county FarsLI wide his ti}>* were quoted, and his stick with even be induced to call upon acre.With their land
I tie-ball s'tuff was noted. In politir.il : "I just told you pussies (lon'lzo Lis through a magnifying gl.iss. they v.ill. higher-priced they

n -- l'ie Mark. once by a friend, to balance Lufti and he is a Turk of the old cultivation iko and as can live without
SECRET SOCIETIES.; Baby: "Pussy go water, Tarly? trJ'ing strip for twenty yearlooks crops sut'h sto'k

lie mId write and he didn'tsoim Charlie: "I've told you two times. C.c a peacock's ( ( on nose. fanatical and bitterly orthodox, a pie of small, clean flint ro' is dawn grain. To mako ono broad sweep and

p Meets every Tuesdnytiinlit to are lon if he tl('a1.tariff< to \icwca to sleep or Ill'al mamma." His competitor in this contest of skill withal a very learned man. He was reminded to the top of the clay. This sand: sbj-ws! advise all Texas to raise grain and hop

) Look or a or two; was Patrick Fraser Tytler, the histo in vain by his friends that hospitality and horses or all ignore these and raiso
at OiM Fellows' writ poem Haby: "Doggy go water Tarly7'Charlie where the mold (plant food) has gue, ,
I Hall. Transient lie c'thlboi down &tuff and edit, knew the I rian. is a duty, according to the cattle and would ha
broth cotton,
:c- : "Not much; about the sameas for it will found more abundant just sheep
value: of a credit 11,1 eould hUSt' with Dean Swift used to Turkish and that the Koran b zoat"
invited amuse himself by religion, of
era cordially to the telegraph in .. CXCVICl by few. kitties (lo to sleep. above the clay than nearer the surf see. doing great injustice to onE our

'lIt'IIII. J. C, WILLS, style Baby: "Fishy go water, Tarly?" harnessing his servants with cords, and says: "The guest is sent by dod" I The fresh, sandy soils will show most State.-Southern Cultivator.
He M tell how fire s-hould be han.. them and down stairs and The Sheik-ul-lslam Omen fortified .
Noble f ranrl.F. cot ]Jut u Charlie: "Ohes. ; all the time. Xow driving up ( Luf) mold or plant food on or nearer;
J. FIELDS!: Secretary. I' O. Box 41. died wie; as a liar he was tate.He Mire. to l'x.'rtse 1 : go to sleep.." through the rooms of the deanery. his position against this verse with. tho surface, and very little in The Monarch of the Farm.

dilerimilatin' marbles and ball with other Koran anil Of all creatures the bull is the most
played verses kept carefully
was and vet undaunted, and no Ha by (imperturbably, and exhausted tho clay. On fresh lands-on grss.
Improved Order of Red Men. iiiatlir 111\ WI:. wanted he wus alwavs II his limited knowledge ha\ing tho little boys and took part in charades, away from all celebrations in honor of clover, cowpeas etc.-tho roots of favored. He is king, major,gen
Osceola Tribe No. 1, Florida-Conucil fur,,' to get it first, :yet never was in names of animals): "Pussy go water. playing once the "learned pig.' the derman; Emperor. Diogenes, too, these plants catch this substance' I autocrat of all about him. I is no wonder -

*ires'! kindled each Wednesdays Sleep* ha te. Tarl '?" William Pitt delighted to romp with when Alexander tho Great came tc in its descent and return it to that a people have been found to ropard -

their Wigwam, Ktarke, Fla. nut despite his reputation as a brainy ajtsregat Charlie (now thoroughly angry): "I children lie was once playing with his Athens did not wish to see the great the surface in leaves, stalks, seed, f'-r.. the animal as socred. The bull isa

Transient brothers are cordially invited :on he was known tube dtficitut in a have told niece and nephews, who were trying to sovereign and when Alexander commanded each four-legged John Sullivan. Once in
you and told you and told you, year. For this reason we sly
to attend. J. O. HATNEB, :Sacheni.: manner to provoke.Fornoiuatter and blacken his face with a burnt cork. A him to ask for grace-orders, of l\h awhile somebody is found who looks aft
when met him he would now if you say another word IT keep some kind of crop on the
W. M. MEAC U[. Chief of lit ords. jou shout servant announced that two memhl.s of course, did not exist in those days-tho land rowing his bullship antI thinks or says:
borrow If.1 let him all he st'Ifle41 1 to (shoot) your head off! all the time. Teas inhe
have, the faculty of always being broke. Hero tho mother interfered, and tho Cabinet desired to see him on busi sago answered: "The one thing I ask orn at laying by tocomo in and catch "You great arrogat lazy loafer,

CUUKC1I DIRECTORY. Tom )Ma-i".on in Juurnalit. though she laughed when she thought ness. "Let them wait in the other of you is that you get out of my light." and retain ail the plant food not tainup you ought to put to work. I

little room," said Pitt, catching up a cushion Another Iiogeneshived modern times, would do you and take some of
comedy in the dark, it was by tho corn from any cause, root :\t- Jo
HnplUt Church. THE "IJOKX TEASE. with a hpahar't, for she saw much and belaboring the girl and boys. They the tiler of Amiens who, during Na tincr, drourht.e\ce.vjivo rainsbad drainage tho kinks out ofyon. Hut sure as that
Services at 10:50: a.m. and 7 p.m. Frayf him down and hammered his idea is advanced el'so
trouble before her ere she could hopeto got were actually daub plon'ntry, away on or shallow preparation.. Niro *ut somebody
Meeting every Wednesday at 8 p.m.J. his face when he said this is wise bobs and "That is
: "Stop; rof. so up says: a very
eradicate of but nino
A Few Wiso Words on an All-Im the love of teasing which ( Shik-ul-Ilam ten Sla.on.are oui of
M. CALDWELL, Pastor. was evidently already will do. I could beat you all, but wo and gnu !' as Diogenes, nor so industriousand ten years we guess gloJ.wrong and curse ihe pretty theory but them i is to much

Sunday School meet every 8unda, portant Topic in 1\1 beautiful baby. wel-PY'lopl must not keep theso grandees waiting indifferent as tho tiler of Amiens. season for our own short-sightednes in danger connected with working a bull

morning at 10:30. --- --- Ho deserves however little at it practical," and Mr. Hull
some so
The "l tease" not ammonia for i is
>orn when ho uj longr. catching (sea ;
T. 12. Bu.0, superintendent.: \ Why Children Who Mnnlfost a Disposition makes schisms in families grows the of water and a towel were tention. a settled fact ping al ammonia turj'dlosE continues to h bos of the whole 'armn.

to Tease should lie I'rumptly and fun of seeing his victims "squirm," a brought in, and the great Prime Minister The present Sheik-ul-Islam, Omer by the opening of the soil with The idea of working tho loafer is part

Presbyterian Church. KfToctiMlly Kronen of a Habit..HODisagreeable the child said of the frogs lie makes! washed his face, hid the basin, and Tuft is a great, lank man with a repel- the plow on clean soils, will either ?>o of the design to make him harmless.

and Hllatrn" then received the two lords. ent, parchment-colored face. Every He is dangerous, partly, because he bas
vices every Sunday at 10:30 a.m., end husband or wife, as the I'asl may be, lost from evaporation by the long si'm-
C p.in. R. 1J. MATTICE, Pastor perfectly wretched when the mood i is on Doctor llattie, an eminent London line of.his face is terribly earnest. Soon men and fall heat, or carried down into nothing else to do but concoct deviltry.

Sunday School every Sunday nt 10 a.m. "lw.Tntto bo, an anjrol a him. He breaks happy households. physician, used to amuse himself by (ever saw him laugh. In the hamletof tho sul -soil by the winter rains. If Nobody expects that a full-grown. impudent .

H. C. HULL, feupt. sweet lttle'Oil'f'. sang He is a bane and 11 blight under the gazing at the Punch and Judy show. Ho Djurmlidjia he owns a little cottage there is no clay foundation nr llowing bull is to be brokento

45 "Stop. ( stop! I 1 yfm stop!" ghastly disguise of a merrymaker.Jlis was such successful mimic i of .Il ne h" with only three rooms hero he formerly growing plant roots to catch Blt i a bul is trained to

Methodist Church. cried the irritable tones of little Klsie's little pro-idings and } that h(onl'E saved a patient's life by lived with a coal-black female it, ammonia will, in a f-nv work when young ani kept at it. and

RervicM very Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. and ten-yea r-old invalid brother Chester. shorten life and, aggravate dispa..l.lcoring imiatng that character. slave, whom he married as soon as she years, be carried below where any plaut treated with kindness but firmness ho

7:30:() p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesdayaud 'A nd Wi th the angels stand," proceeded i>as sport to a fool t do mischief" says.I lalilnt wa'< suffering from a became a mother. root can feed. If the soil is filled wjth will not b dangerous.Rural and

Thursday at 7:30.G. little Elsie "a crown --*' the iwelling tll throat. and the doctor, Some years ago ho was made Hukuk Stockman.
; upon 1J'top inspired seer, but "as a mad man plant roots, tho ammonia will b r<>-
D. TURNER, Pastor. ": that! Mamma, sha'n't she stop who casteth firebrands, arrows and turning: his wig appeared at the bedside Ileisi tis, president t of the Civil turned to the surface when the plants The ('"U

I Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. that?'' The poor boy, who was suITerinjj death, so is the man who deceiveth his with the and voice of "lunch. Court of :I'utari Hewas famous forhis decay; if a clay foundation, the cLay The fall calf has FaJ as much potential

J J. CHARLES RICHARD, Supt. from incurable disease, The sick man laughed so hearti'y: that love for animals, and was wont to keep
a nere-trJing neighbor, saith: "Am I not in will retain tho ammonia where summer profitableness as has tho opting calf,
I alx ut anl the swelling broke, and a complete cure and pet all sorts of sheep goats, hens
to play > most Does
though sport? not this apply to the rops, such as cotton and other tropi'il says a writer in the American Agriculturist. -

time, was evidently enduring real "hor tease?"-Hate Upson Clark, in followed. Ian is the only: animal who and a" I! Suddenly the unaccountable plants will pet it, but is lost to tho Hut to make it actual more and
I: can laugh; he, therefore, relishes a lit lisfavor of the Sultan fell }him .
from his little upon
ChrlMUn Church. j Christian I'nion. of the has
agony ( spring crops temperate zone, st'!( better care is required. The most critical -

acts xl., 28i; Acts xxvi., 2S; I. Peter I,., 16. The mother, who was pntlrtaini'g a \ tie non"lsl.-\outh's CompanionDISGRACEFUL :and he was banished from Constautno wheat, oats. Northern or extra early part of the animal's life is the first

visitor, looked around an annoyed AN EXCLUSIVE DIPLOMAT.How pI 1. He was soon rpealll, wa'j and clover. ? IV-
: t-' Services each Lord's day: at 3 p.m. corn, gasses Why six month During this period the
and said, sharply: "lU.sie, stop RITES. made (drana Judge in Stamboul. A short is'
O. P. YOUNG, Pastor. way also nothingran decay or digesn-d spring calf has pasture and favorablo
teasing brother! Chester, don't ChlIR'" MlnUter Keeps IlliiKelfAIool time ago he was raised t the highest not feed
your can on
Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 front the Social "'orbl. The Ghastly Levity That lr''ai. at nnIJnglish wihout weather, but the fall calf has neither
p.m. ecclesiastical in ho became

make such a fuss over a trifle! Turkey- the r.t
dignity undecayed substances. pl
The Chinnsc Minister is Kuneral. \1 and must, therefore, have* tho better
C. J. DENTON, Supt. Then she went on talking with her very : Tho Sultan gave food during tho spring is held sih->I
has asserted with tedious fall
care. My aro generally
r exclusive in his hahi ts. His I I hel ca1f
friend, who was acutely disturbed by prlllessorwas iteration that the English people take him ''a magnificent palace in which ho merged in cold water, which is al"o,1 to old when they aro
f.---______ ____ _ = ono of Jhe most agreeable and pop- 0 years
his colored
and his coal-black wife and
the little girl continue to tor- the until .-
their No by tnaeio1' clay Mimn r months. To make
haring ular men in and was always to pleasures sadly. onn w deny only eighteen th(1
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.: children live.
Ler brother by singing first ono bo seen sodetV thing interesting the truth of tho indictment, but it is now comes. So all that the spring plants: profitable they must have extra care
( any This remained true to his traditions -
and then he did not is scant iiLstances
seldom in can pet thepry which them increased value. I
('fly Omcern.JInyor thing was going on, and all the attaches of theLegation urged that ren'nfe we tako in the Herman > gives
hear. She selected, with a ma- ignoring Emperor. left in this bed of
our sadnesses pleasan very give them full milk until they are
-L. Witkovski.; also took an active part in tho } a
licious sort of sarcasm, the sweetest and His action was much discussed, (! small flint rocks and the food
< gathered -
less funeral peal. week old. Then I gradually to
Aldermen" W. Sapp, U. 1) Miner, gayeties of The present an English frequently a change
in view of the fact that he
most innocent Sunday-school hymns Washington upon from the air its little:
U' merry-making, a jovial excuse for dance 1V skim milk. After two weeks of ago
Oeorge E. Pace, L. D. all, S. F. Gardiner. Minister, ) only does not through age
Shah of Persia his last visit
(which were indeed, her chief ), during feeder roots not the All c'.ltivation ,
( ) ; -
Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. r'sou1CI propose to indulge in social festivities and' and the passing the flowing- a calf can be reared upon skim
thus intensifying, to the tortured lady song here.Omer Lufti however, is unfort- will do much better thea
Treasurer-Waiter Wills. himself. but ii as prohibited the attaches go to a funeral is with some on mik |is from wholo milk, provided

rshal-E. 1) Wall. who was calling, the naughtiness of her of the legation from doing so, which of us equivalent to going out for a festive unately fanaticism one of the the many. Turkish old sandy soils than those sown broadcast : something is added -tttke the jlacg$''__ _
course. Chester tried to catch her and possesses clergy hr because the cultivation stirrir
,\ssor-T. W. Sweat. deprives Washington of some of holiday.Let ;r the cream. For this nothing is better
her by force; hut Miss Elsie was society almost eomplltey. They have been the soil causes more rapid evaporation
Btop its most ornaments. Mr. Hen any one who is anxious to studythe than oil meal hill t a thin jelly. Persons -
too quick and agile for him, and shoutedout entrtl.up"et by the Emperor'svisit and leL. air down While this
i's the first Chinese Minister to the United manners and customs of the English not accustomed to its use are more
Comity om"f'r.. her little hymns always just beyondhis Terrible, fateful days these, sandy soil on a clay foundation is unfitted -
States to bring his wife with him but mourners spend, an afternoon-Monday likely to use too much than to little of
County Judge-W. F. Malphns.Cleik according to the Turkish .
reach. This so incensed him finally newspapers.The for all spring it is a eor l-
afternoon for choice-in the crops it-National Stockman.
he might as well have left her at home neighborhood -
Circuit Couit-W. T. Weeks. of tho
that he threw stone and representative Tho lard
a at her, sent of ulan plete soil for summer crops.
so far as the outside world is concerned, apublic-house near a cemetery.I'll
Klieiltf-II. W. Epperson.Tax her into tho house sobbing Prophet, went out to meet a giaour, and as a against tho heat *.! HERE AND THERE.
warrant he'll with all
Aues6Ir-J. E. for she, it is understood, will remain a me come away act
Wainright. even rode in a carriage with a woman tho
)Jy darling! cried the mother. his preconceived notions of "going to a tho sun by cutting off all capillary a*
Tux Collector-M. M. Hale. trreat., _nauirhtv 11how recluse.A cockedest < Empress. "Stupendous sin!" moan the traction and a dense shad. -Any man will take pride in fine
"Chestrou knocked into the of
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. could you do such. a brutal"n.tiling, to yourlittle I prominent gentleman and lady in cocked funeral hats. faihful That means the end of the The clay forming bth plant. food aru stock and will try and keep it well! ,

County 8urTeyol'-W. H. Edwards, C.R this city who lived some time in China Hence hence con- when he would neglect that of inferior
County CoInInissi4IIlersL.Vitkovski, sister! Sit there, sir, and do not and have been intimate at the legation The other day i it was my good-or evil earthquakes water together just on top of it, whom "
stir till dinner time. Hun out, Elsie, very flagrations. plant roots bo sure to run, for quality. ,
-fortune to have hour to in
h). D. KniRlit, I A. TodJ, W. II. Piuhol- since it establishedhere an spare a al wil
ever was
Heaven itself Sunday
and tell cook to put vinegar and brown suburb of London. I had spoke. Saturday, they can not catch into the sand or enter Twenty-five dolar a year for tobacco
Iter, M. V. Smith. called the Minister and his northr
and of the visit
upon Monday Emperor's
paper on the place. driven some distance, and 1 wanted to the airless clay. There is but little and on dolar a year for nome
wife the other afternoon first
..I don't c.rl!" muttered Chester, sul ha\'ing give my horso a rest; and so I put up were foggy and there was a breeze. danger of crippling tho plant by root. cheap farm paper is the kind of manaJomnt
notice of their intpnt
Mate (OJTJcer Ipny.hI shut her up anyhow. given m so. and wandered Nature was appalled at the unheard-of cutting in cultivation, for they are deep that makes the statfment
She'l for an hour, then
Covet nor-F. P. JackMnyillE\ The Minister received them awayto
drive me, crazy with her She very cor- event; tho wind was still for astonishment enough to admit of thorough cultivationwith farming does not pay a much greater
in the
of State-John L. Crawford linging. in the their arrival a puhlc.houso neighborhood -
Secretary dosn't'er get it right. mind dially parlor upon ; the sun and moon had hidden shallow running implements. truth than it otherwise would be.
I attracted
to was the
CI'awforltville. and for his wife who
sent a themselves not to the awful
being punished now that she's got to sprvant large number of empty hearses and so as see Do not understand me to say that -A man says that ho once made the
Attorney.Genernl-\nlliam Lamar.Mou- came down wearing a coronet of gold the Then it rained.
keep still. coaches drawn up in pictur- sight, say faithful these soils are not suited for any thin mistake of his lifo by sending[ a good
tlcello. and diamonds. She is little ;
'' a woman mourning "Nature is tho orthodox interpretation -
"Aren't afraid, suggested the wept but cotton and n
you around it. Outside the sugar canl. By butter to the butcher. There havo
Treasurer-F. J. Pous esque
Macclenney. child and bul
than ten
no bigger a years, of A north wind
visitor, timidly, as she took her de o undertakers' men were chatting together i. strong means. They are suited t a grcatetf been too many such mistakes in ado.
Commissioner of B. her feet small that she could
Agriculture are so clew the of the de
on day Emperor's
"that Elsie will number of than the soils ot
parture really injure with their hands in their plants clay The slaughter of the calves come under
Wombwell. walk the She -
Chester? Ho is very delicate, and I scarcely across rom. and short parture. "It was a de\'i sprung from tho North, open, porous and that head.
were smoking clays
Comptroller-General D. Barnes. chatted pleasantly, however through an pockets "
hear hell to drive out the giaour.
often her We
him. Irained. must confine
Long CedaJ plaguing and the caller the ar.d passing the pewter along. Inside -Sit down some or on several
AdjutautGenernl-Davitl interpreter, as was Such is the train of thought followedby under"j nlght
K t"'R." "Mercy! I you returned the American she had'er the bar was crowded with men and summer crops, and this i is as it nights and closely what it ha'
first lady come the orthodox Turks such the fan
mother, lightly. "That child is a born ; bo. Were other wise, our
Superintendent of Public Instruction-. with she had women dressed in deep mourning. I i cost you t produce every crop that you
I in contact a great many tastic superstitions with which the believers
o. She torments Chester from morn- wopld much hotter by the direct '
ua the house and found b ray have in the allowing
explored mournersin past season
Albert; Ruesell, Jacksonville. : to ask about the grown
curious manners -
at entertained and the !
PROFESSIONAL CARDS ing till night, and I can't help it. lie cJ\stion. of in thi tho coffee-room, mourners in the large ; of the sun on the si protected by preen for all mistakes and all carelessness.
have to used to it." l'ustms women signal for all this came from the Sheik- and growingplants that feed themsolve"11|
-L--- wil get smoke-room-it as a case of mourners Indeed b very careful t charge up all
SURVEYING., CIVIL ENGINEERING. "Help ir'! cried the visitor to herself, country.A later the call returned mourners everywhere, and-I can'tfnish ul-lslam, Omen Lufti, the highest and their stalk. In the absenso of thi J that can be charged against carelessness.Not .
days of the Moslem
with flaming cheeks, as she took her the quotation, for there certainly priest world.-lstan growing vegetation our hot months i must the select -
only dairyman
and then followed
R. F. ENSEY, way "I would not allow with great ceremony, drink. The in tinopole ( Vienna Tageblatt. would cost us just as much for shade ami } "
homward invitation to dinner. The Minister was a drop to mourners i the breed adapted to the kind of dairy-

CL'J.La E1'\TGX1'\T.EE j that poor sickly boy t be made wretched an accepted for himself, but sent his wife's the coffee-room were more subdued than RIGHT USE OF ,WEALTH. stock feed as the winters do the peopleof ing he is pursuing but a careful selection -
like that for 'all the gold in India. the North. We have summer t
with that the mourners in the bar, but they were many of individual animals must be made.
STARKE, FLA.fraultt1tlnl Some can be devised t it." regrets, an explanation as Millionaire Who Demote Theli that furnish us with summer and
war prevent she had never dined in the Chinese merry. Here was a widow who had jus\ European gasses Ifal To do this a careful test of the milk of
!'. enlmatas, levtllur, etc., ex. Hut she could do nothing; and Miss Elsieis fashion she desired except to be excused. left the dear departed "up the road" Money to l'ubUt lood. and the very cheapest and t all cows of the herd must had and
'IIII'd wild counter and dlspaVeti.Terms. probably to this day, The parks and pleasure grounds of best hay for winter, which, fed .
1-1 |*r day cash. tasing Clwstfr She was informed that there would 1e smiling at a story which another lady i those falling below the proper standard
and every Ilse who crosses her about "Old Jones." small towns throughout Europe are not cattle (and sheep) with cotton seed will
hoy other but held to her refusal, mourner was telling t rejected.A .
path when is in a teasing mood. no guests There with black less surprising than their libraries, keep them fat tho year round withoutany
handsomely was a young man a breeder who raises other
and sent as a peace offering a sheep
J. 0. IIAYXES The visitor was right. Such scenes carved chest filled with the richest band up to tho top of his hat coaxing a museums and art galleries. Wo saw kind of grain. : than either choice mutton or a really
can bo mother who nothing more pleasingduring our recent Wehave three hundred acres in culti-
pr\pnkd; girl mourner to have another whisky.I of wool is
silks which will form a portion of good clip or both entirelyout
has a "Iwrn tease" in her family should looked round the room for the tears, travels than the hillsile of-Burg en, in ration-all in one f.Id. We have one J
of the lady of the of his sphere and should by
C. DE'N"WZW1tS-r: lose a moment about curbing,' and the trousseau young but One Norway. has been converted into side in corn, oats, etc. The corn ,
few. milpt
and two I
: i saw or were the business who
family, who is soon to be married. The eyes means quit as any one
possible, stamping out wholly, this minister came to the dinner but not being red, but smiles were in the ascendant, one of the most picturesque of pleasure is piilled early. oats are thrashed j raises poor mutton and poor wool will
odious, degrading desire which some the belonging ; fountains cascades, water and the straw stacked. While we do t
knives and forks at tho and altogether various mourners grount. lose
Office over Jones' Brick libeL used to the money.
children seem t have to pin-prick and to the hearses outside seemed tli htul arbors, fine terraces not get as good a crop of oats as on the j
much in the
found eating.
-- -.. harry others. table, difficulty have hour and statues adorn what was before a stiffer soils, we get a full crop of crab f -f'rquent transplantingof youn
to at the
disposed a .
BUGG & WILLS, "My mamma," said a little boy, whena About all the poor man could get into, "pub" before they went plasalI home.-London barren mountain side. Here is a field grass hay, which with the millet put r plant and good tillage are essential to
bread and olives.-Chicago in culture the
mouth best tomato ,
his was
playmate suggested trat his mamma Referee. worthy of study by the millionaire who in a long, narrow shed in tho field. A!I rsult

Law forget or let something go "this News. _ would confer a lasting benefit upon his son as the corn is gathered (first of i..Michigan Farmer. Plants started un-
at might
Attorneys once, "n('( skips a ti rP." The Wright of Drop Oyter-Liver" for ))''Iplla. fellow September) we put a boy on a mule t I, der glass ten weeks before transplant ,

In "legulating" the tease, never "skipa Hoymond;has lately published an interesting The liver of the oyster-if he wih .\nothlr beautiful instance of the herding our cattle ('every forenoon where I ing into the field, will give fruit abouta

STARKE, FLA. time." Teach him or her that no such article on the weight of drops.It forgive a reference to such a delicate right use of wealth in the direction of the corn grew. This is kept up until week sooner than thoso started two of

is well known that the weight depends cities and attractive cotton is and the in I three weeks later.If .
will practice in all the Courti m the Fourth trait as willfully making others uncomfortable matlr-i. his most important feature.So making more more gathered rye sown I
.1Id Fifth J udiclaigrciilts. will Ito tolerate in jour family upon the exterior diameter of thedropping say the learned men. The liver mass we in Dresden. The owner of the cotton shows green sward, then the I you send a hired man t buy a
for one moment. Deprive the child first tube, the interior diameter is very dark in color and can b easilyseen the leading paper there bequeathed its cattle are turned loose in the field. The I horse for you and he induces the seller

F. J. FIELD, of some smal pleasure. thatdoes not having no influence eXl'pt on the with the naked eye. The size and revenues forever to the city, to b usedin plows then turn the land where we had t put ten dollars extra upon the price.

succeed, try a more severe I method, but I \elocityoftheflow. of the importance of this tissue, says Prof. beautifying it. An art committee decides corn and millet under. Generally thereis and give it to him. what would you do

ri k Mc' \Work PllhnrSTARKE make it so (lsazrleablc for him that he liquid determines the weight whatever Rice, is what makes the oyster so grateful Irom time to time what new artistic [ a good crop of volunteet oaL which with the man? asks a corrspnrent It

I : n will be glad stop soor Oh, the weakness may b the proportion dissolved to delicate stomachs. A diet of raws feature is to b introduced 01 helps winter grazing; this we leave we were able we of the

of mothers! Whataw sorrows in material it may contain. Hoymond useda will cure dyspepsia, he says, and he lays what hideous feature is to b chargedand until after Christmas. Our cattle farm and a mile and a half down the

FLA. later life, as wl as rasping minor trials dropper of one-eighth of an inch it to the liv er. Similia similibus curan- as the revenues accure they are ex have access to the straw stack oal. A man who will do that sort of i

might IK prevented by a little more diameter and determined the weight bya tur. Speaking of livers it is a curious pended in this direction. and hay shed, and the green rye thing is a thorough-paced rascal.

AL& WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41. firmness with children! very delicate balance. The mean of fact that, although intended by natureto Thus through the gift of this patriotic I during the winter. The only feeding -An exchange advises it readers to .

results : For 15 grains of his native is with cotton seed. Our cattle i the old tin cans to set aror.nd ;
A woman testified to me. with stream- his gave lead a sedentary life, the oyster newspaper proprietor city of done run save up

PEEK 1 & FHAZEE, ing eyes, that her Irother. a "born I distilled water, 20 drops; alcohol of 60 thrives upon exercise. I ho becomes Dresden is fast becoming one of the on the ojjide.- range all summer. In the cabbage and tomato plants t keepoff .,

tease," at whose jokes at her expensethe deg. :53 drops; alcoholic tinctures from attacho to the hull of a vessel or the most artistic places of residence in the March they are generally fatter than cut-worms The advice is needless. r

s family were wont to laugh had I I 0010 90 deg., 53 to 61 drops; ethereal sbel some movable animal, like a whole world. A work having been completed during any part of the year. In March Old cans are the one thing that persistsin :. ;.

Attorneys t Law and Notaries made her girlhood miserable. tincture, S3 drops; fatty oils about 4S I lobster, for instance, he wil be bigger it devolves upon the city to they go back to the range and have only being saved whether or not We .1",

"The one lcve affair I ever had. that drops; vioiate oils, 50 drqps; aqueous and healthier oyster consequence. maintain it'forever. I may b excusedif cotton seed, at frt only once per day; never knew any body who from force of ',{

MAUKi: E:, RKAllFOI (,'0., FLA. meant any thing to me." she said "he solutions, whether diluted or saturated, But he can do a great deal of "settin'still" I commend to our millionaire news- later three mes per week; then only 1 circumstances did not save the old tin

teased me about so unmercifully that I 20 drops; wine, 33 to ; drops, and and yet not suffer from enlargement paper proprietors the example of their twice, and then only once per week. Up cans. ,1

Al'S'rac-s of Title! and Kcal) Estate Law I let it all go, rather than endure his cutting laudanum, about 3 to 25 drops.fecienco of the liver.-Louisville Courier- colleague in the capital of Saxony?- t two years ago we fed corn-raeal, but -A dairyman complains that the no-

peciail.ttsras: r. ridicule. i I Indignant rtut Andrew Carnegie, in North American since then have fed nothing but the cot! suit of breeding grades of thoroughbred
funishei fhowins every Dee I I ton seed crab or millet hay ani has been satis-
Attaciinient New rich No wonder them Bos Review. grass bulls not altogether
MmLien.! ; ; Tax Mile. .ludjfraent wiser I might have stood up againso it, Mrs. I .
an! ail mallets of pub'it record and Iii but I was timid and and I simply tonese don't live very happy; they can't -A sin that is attracting hundredsof oat straw. factory. Well, while such breeding
.fie<)'ting hue of Heal Estate In Uiadford gentle, home. people to where it hangs, on a car- -Try as he may to conceal it, the All stiff soils need and generally have ; will always raise the standard. it must
sougH". timid, up to date of Abstract. could not nerve for the even stay t ,
myself oreal. Mr. Newrich-Why, what in thunder penter shop, in Paterson, N. J., reads: young man who goes from the East te porous subsoils or well-drained sis I not be forgotten that if you want a CErtain -
\ _ Almost any mother of a family willtestify and Extra the mining camps of the West is sure to in
mean Miranda? "Coffins made repaired. cultivated in or sown spring crops, kind of Animal, the only way t get

that she detected in babyhO d'yo Mrs. Newrich-llere's a card she left strong ones for country people." The reveal the fact that he is what the old summer crops will, if the spring is wet, it with absolute certainty, is to breed

t HEADQUARTERS FOR the signs of the "born as-for ( ( here telling us she would be to home old man who owns the establishment miners call a"tenderfoot." It is eai tatch their roots to near the ground to : from a thoroughbred dam and *>.re. Any
less .
2WxR.E X1'\T5UEt..A.N'O: is such a charackr in a more or Thursdays. I guess we dot't have tc has his own coffin on hand. I is madeof to adopt the garb and manner of ILi stand the drought of summer, and give other kind of breeding while it improves -

,pronounced in nearly every house advertise when folks catch us in tb.thouse. pine wood, and is covered with a neal miner, but his "lingo" ii not learned i iI UI way just at the most critical time, although may not b just what you o'jilf '
R.rr<;B ntiui?the Liverpool and Loadop hold. *
a day. immense stalks t
Lowell Mail. pattern of wallpaper having r t -
and Glob CuLnpafly.a One) mother tells the following iWUS- lko. ;-




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR/PH EJiU; hjihe Lake Butler Ternrxrunc f wiely.We litii.('1011.1. one Ml'i?iif! >r daj. '* nucriT c-oritr. mi JUMf-i* "UNTY. ;' i4 E"ffi?nv. v" irl' -
; W.A.R 8TOX lbR.tliFItL1
some Illiiin upon tills IrnportMiit hear a gieal deal *tiid :il>cnl! ihefiuhire W't.ile: nwmih s n'i r Ih" s'y'MI bip! OF ru >im>A. of F. M. Fyni.B. %% Ve& j& ks? Jj
_ Work now In SeaN'I. f tl
Lu I lie matter
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P..v'dii t ?-<>."-i I and p >ur. and - -ri'BUSH in: WKKKIATIKI For the TLEaPu.] of prohibition in t the i.evsj>.ip Ts. L'rannig anti T ( '"-J'of Free"and Accept- S ESSfe
PIULJA.a "Oii, dear! lat i# Jh re I ean 4f ; Llge X t) S3 &5
-; ii H..tUFoRIi t'OUTY i'L' Lake Buti.r
in those Stales that have lost deed.
-- --- -- ProUably no ubject of the vegetable specially J pi'Libiiimi. ot ed )Mason i it) re..etaLili.ln a 1

i. C. VE13B. kingdom that has cni.ie under man's' cure The ftllowiimg fiom the Topeka Xou- Just lelow it. 'nn.lst thocx>:-n.An Itos't.5.Ai'mflTa Blan'n'i and i1a

Editor and Publisher, Kaugi, will l.eiea-1 wiih! h interest old man stood with: lein baud Eagle's Nest I Frealon.d.Virdle ti'rmi. Ezs. Lord.
has Ix-en the theme of so many theories as ( ) Capital ; B'unton.' her hnsKir
In 'nile't'4 eithlng. ft5! ton torn- WSltOfl it. Preston sin-i

sniSCKIPTION $1.0O A YEAR.Arfttrtfing to planting and general care as the Floi- I.y our people, iii.ci'tlicy ni,,\ ru.I! il t with IU- :t-emed at \.'.irk! tijnm th< la'.d. rr her Frpstofl.It.usband.hi-irs of Frsn'i FrtOi3. deceaSed. 4

ida tn-e. In the shaping of its top full assurance HIM; the ediun !kuoni> w..: range !!=! h.iV" t!Le ilou.fl.-t: laupheJ and salXow. -.'. S wilt tek 5IEI

//f'rfd tv Art *f C>'- ]iv in by trimming its branches the theorizing is talking al-out ; here's n cl anc to have some fun! thrilling ahlve.name't : apply f (1i,Tm'hJ' ,nrorwal 110 or.tittg' ,

r tic l\n t OJlct. Starke7 prohibitory wtut head tl.e'th
sophists oscillate be ween not trimming I'll rain i i on \our h'-ary wb1cbbabeen .Jack.flvbl: flori.l.i. on
t'farn Matter."liicac ('ourt, at r'et1'1ihingacrItain
mmler -
al sill and trimming off almost every twig about njue )'umIs :mgi). The Jxipulalion of My ancient fn'enand! make you run. eta of print and tl of .'1ureh. 110 f.'r axn Francs Ircston, -
or which there (tech iuale liv Out? Fli't.i 4 i'. ?. ..a,m-l..n.'tnl '-
< :'> xvlt> tin* world's fair in of the young tree, until it looks like a Ihe "late was in IfSO. 010.091 To-ilay it But though the clou 1 rained Lard! and fa.-.t. i.sbeensnh&gre&tdeiaand nis tI-tta cii. jitanng 1lste M. L._ pril cKiinny.tiiiteS"if I't Li. 1n'i9 t. r.n-, r-.ri 'rt.-s't I: a S pro.i.-v..aLnsI-clkrn 5ei"niy Cr,, .y'..oti .

green paint brush tarked onto a long han is i,6niOOU-un) I increase of 7? pcri.vM.Thnt I. The farmer wouldn't budge a LU, Low isiuM M is& 1 Lake 11 Rhistes.him l.-r Ii.Lod F. york O. ot Free an.i Accept- T4rtI.ayrL'mi

t''' look much like stuntc1gio I II Till in a pet the cloud at last 8CB8CR1FT1ONBOOK Lak' flintIer. in saith ( vmi.ty
the is the 'e3 a -
_ -_ _-- dle. To practice happy mean tt )ta'i. as. Itina cormititeneingat j
Cried out, never s tw s-ichpiit : with ..f ItraIf.rl, Mil i deseritsil!
For inttri t'n w alli 'r KlorMa has dtkhleratUm of the glower. The ciounbo I >xlh. I ID 18O I the population was ,,ver many migni&ccat in..riMWp-teotnfri>i jot -ct. 40 ,j( ,.aj.t. rosvn.

aleouhd gradually fcbapu" FO that 12 lo I tl I.' squ'Mc i mile LOW it }- over 1 Because the tamPer wouldn't! E.'are. lltnitrtion *- -a\inra-HJ rr 'i.ir pf. fr* 3, Ciifilrreri-l artk to ? corner.thenceweI
4bIit1ozI? lirrself tlii1* season. the *.There has itiI OI
frowi.ed livelor.jr dayIIuwoi. arty-right
4, it will liavs a large surfiice. capaciois; l Kansiis I()-tmly! has a populalion! .04,1 C than; It sulked; ad never been s then'.4.uti! seyentY ytrd t a c"iier, lbe'eeet.st .
there corner.tlien
.u1il it kio' the figure yar.ba
popular and
'I'h'e JaclvPonx illc ,.' : enough to hold a glen deal of fruit, and! four times shut of lb7U. rroj-eily h.is Was just to l<*p the crow away. book thronghont the Southern States inor than"StanyOYEaGLZ'e fiitv-ebiit north 5rveflty yartlnttpiareof l.enjflnilar. -. '1 .... ...C ith.ina.emm, a'-r..nswtia ccer,

continues to attract rrowl of at the sume I time so open that it will not advanced in value to a much greater extent. IIoo..Iermt.tfl NKST." Many sears have passed liae* cing tIieS) orLitN 53.J t1cit- 1OmniSee habetin%) lust TpS orttt'strt'ved. 'nd: t''ir"soil.'I.t.toii.'i.r ii'-' 11-n 5we.1mnu.Sti., FP"J H bennwtim| a'l fistmpnt__._,,
ol the
great happy the thrilling scenes herein recounted lit ltaiigei) li, winch ar* g*: L; jrK.'IL y? l -* TLM
slice! like1 umbiella. but allow InlbtOthe iisscs-cil ndu-itioM: if Soldier F. 3!. L'VnD.r .
$ v\iier an '\' Tiiniiio >*, l'.s"tmiretor of Ii'aville. deeds of valor of the Confederate yet R. ITItANNISO.Atty .

tourist.Tlixt. our pclliii!? PainS to reach every purl of landwii in n-uiiu nunilieis) 'J7,0,'0.00() !); Iiu!., -\riies: "iutrii I: L1! I ti-I-. the intereit.. John ton.by those Betaregard.nho-fought Jackion with and A.hby.Btnart. Lee. .. I;for ltaorE'1'.ntirin.. T. I.'. .NlFR5nN.Lc. .

-- !hist i il was $l (mt'Jlj'Q1'( j iniieasi* has done iiioivCur mi.' tlrtii :t.1! i.llu-i in the for which they BO deiperately and : i'-tinerS
will I the inti I ii .r. for cleansing ii. niul let the ji-nr p cause | 5' h. $ 3m :
the fair for I Sfl2 __ -
uprMV umme'ii'imiCtt.liP) hiitt cil; lur lh.it! lit (>"! inuuriiii bravely battled will never grow leia. This -- --- --- -
uril I'Vll sun have itnss to dry up moistuie on o: S5 j)er cciil. 1 hat does not look much >r ''roin KH! py ii-l lut'r truiilile.Jtiiii thrilling story picture not alon*Joy and iorrow. .Master's Sale.Bv .
l be rrt sucot is fully fls l
a t s love told bat i filled with hUtono Special
and *
like I does Fiom t'aniu-r tinl stm-i.in in 1.1| a sweetly
tlie! I nink and branches and theieby prevent icliogretftirui, it? l&TD) lo i. slie, ;i
the South 1 the 4th .lav
incident of the great content between rendered on & : _
: e sclccMon 'of Chicago :is the HU'. fungoid % th. To accoir.pllsli this ISm the iuctcase wafers O per ccnl. ; fioinI860 s iii.e jilu-e >;n s; "Kin iMo--ii; ; <- Hitters! and the North. Here ia a book for the old EzLonfederate. virtue of a D deorpf. 1MH by the Hun..rable J. M. l 1..t'th. 4s l.i-... ,. ,t7im*. CRroaic t.maleCosn.
gro I Liver meili-I.i Or 't. J's'.r. *. Merrutlwr 'il9i.il.Teller, ei5Ch.ii4. ,, .
h-st Ki.liit-v anti etc
lu Its'I Ito to r'rall to him the vivid scenes of JUT'- Judicial Circuit of the tie.Mr
; ; 4th ( t.-ie .n.I
the F. I' im
all inside twigs and thorns should be cutaway I lo 1SS. utxler piohibiiion, i it t was 0 > .i iiiiiiia'v' me tV ll I like i a ne\v iii-in." J.J.W.i. the greatest Civil War ever known to call back Baker' of in a cause therein prn.linic in o p..w' an eIpITpnt
Tlit of llio Hate \vc re iinanin State of i"lurida.
i j rt> The iiiiiiifr li.inluaie nien-li-Hil. same Ait own campaign and tell him of the mighty Bra'lfor'l ('..imntt% ill S iiijuilicutul
on thOse limbs '. lochu are lo I'einuit n per Cell t. assc.-M.-d valuali.n 1 I i ot nil : the Ciriit Court of
.- IflOU$ (clenotiiK-inir the} killing of ton n. *.i\>: "KlcdrhISitlers;i u is just t ti"| Chieftaina.dear to the memory of every one who circuit. lierrit' IAWi4 %V. S..s.rk's wase'iaim'aitialnt.
permanently sill limbs which .ee'n 'f>- pioperiy in Ib70 WMS $91.600,000.( Fr wore the Oray.Snrry \tl&nty J. biiplimntfl.! iidrninistrutur -
; ut all) tit! amilim'i awl
tiling; lor a man; n im i ii run > n .. of Eagle'a Nest will find a welcome dtCeaSed.and Albeit
U-. S. Dejiitty Marshal! Haumlors last llous shiaild be moved. In this wmk 1bo il w-.is $1COG'J,000.; | ( an incua, rare ulilli r h lives <>r ilies;" iuloiiiKl > in every Southern home. That It may be within of Win.defendanti A. lIMB, I aspeeial master,

week. the gi iiettflhit' lot nu in hit> tuind an ideaibout uiiiler liquci, in tutu 3ears of about 76 per now e It euIi ii. t?"<"l ajuifit": ainl, the reach of every one,, it is published at the LOW Rickwell appointed were by saId judge asa substitute for He.-
felt jifsi lie had a new lease on lite. PRICE or $1 though a HBOE BANDSOMK VOLUVZ.BXAUTUTCLLT rv'vv who was originally appointed
vhe ful in u icstili I of lenioving this cent. In !Hb8it ij03.210.000.. an jncieiise (July iKV The finding of jihosphate in !jay- I iu ui.tkr hil.ition of SOLO ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. first in Man.n.A-D. W 0, the samnie being ,batMln?cp tUtyst m rtpMly.Ldte .
light cal S Monday
or unit lunUor letting it icniain. and only ) ur. month and a public sale wturte*y.i.* ns are p >i ontr demand for this said
Aa the OLD rivoitm BOOK of
the :5 d
cay t lp ftnjtnyniT i* r'tiHoii )ii to Tn nmrnnt
., big quantities in this county puts a pretty thorough kiuiw ledge of I the hil; >- over T.2U per eiit." > ow. does that look A Tasteful Definitionliuikf. ttAtcA hot been out of print to long, will ba large, thiy. offer fnrttAlo fO the hJKhest Hnd best bidder irrernljHrV
Court House dfK>r in
-. Bradford on an equal footing with it of growth of the oiange tree makes him like piohiljiilon was, or is ruining a si.iie? !;Iji r \\Iii i \\as HMnf Iii I V stale and who applieationa desire to act aa for Agent agencies should very writ numerous for term all To-ToVstarkeintheiid the Coui.ty. of Bradford.

lu IbO the number of children enrolled in ti c.i.tlit r t Luiiisiaiia.: ; has < .-; >jii-.uc of hut menlul h .
any and far superior to most counties capable tlrawiiig i > pictuie.fhc Ii tn.m juililic view. I IKi l i< ciiscil of having 6. W. DIT.T.TNCrHAM Publisher ei real estate, situated inlaid Bradford County,
best sin for the is that of lIne public schools was 03,218. Iu IbWO ilil Lots Xo< seven and eight in
pe clown I ulnafe! awayilli bdiiuot I thu u.ets i of Florida to wit:
4 in the state. 33 West 23d St.. New York. block Xo. in the town of Lawtey as platted
IL hojloiv gK.hewith the lower p-irt flalteti-: was 231.4o4 and in I b8. under pn>- tin state, but a friend nf hidcscrili's I luuacti'in and recorded one o the records of -aid Bradford

have been ed the le\TS should foim, a shall nl tolerably hilrtion. il was 4oi.3.,: >I. 'Ihe I sa6m ics ofteachtis in ;a much nioic &.ujilicni'iis-Lin- County and State of FlOrida Such sale made
who for ; ,
ties itriv hi'iftlit by the wonderful
People years said decree. aro? conic tad
He limit ii oiiiur r for satisfaction
says; tsi save: tine V'LFsEAthRAib .. ,
jrnuf. _
hiiu inciiased as well. The v. T. VEES.BrGO bimNien.lIsuie Jl i tits<-f f. F. P Prickly Jtti,pok
dependent upon their daily toil, are even thitkmss, breed by tit so fet.iic fair I Iruni collapsing. Major I I IJurke! Special Master. IOwa Sn,) Paisi, ,
T &
iiumber of school! it' under WILLS,
.usei. prohibitiou -
dollars the many sjmetiically ranged lnub-s a> is "rehucu a iii hy pcrtnittuil I the plating: uscoll.iiiia Solicitors for Complainant.Jan. .
\ now counting by nccciss..rv to pioduce the i eqUIP cii density! has incriMsed I liom I ).jl.1" to 8. 1 l3. ami n : ) oh!' cfitJiin! papers (as u niiieinatUi 31,1890. -------

hat-full. The strawberry is to blame of folinge. Hut this wuk of shaping! the value nt school prupeily has 4(1 vam.tiI of I imiii) in o'.tier than the fet.ilc I irc.iaury : ------Notice.To ----.

s .)c.'I i'iic JJi-stun c Post thinks that
for this tate of affairs. must not IM done too thoroughly at each in piopoition. Asa f.icl Kiink.is has Ihis is "ilif HiOfl neal anal tasluful chniilli'Mi Peeler and J. A. Peeler her husband

IK prospeicd nnd! giouu I rich! m ui.der i prohibition ( and Austin A. Peeler, residents olti'-eenCove
F time, when much growth has to cut I I I i-inliz/cin-tt! thit: has tt lice ii Florida Ella Wilson
; Clans Spreck'.es) of sugar fame, is away, for the lice needs tl.t leaves for its cMOUgh! to put to shame the caluninialor lUMIli." JAVA& MOCHA and Springs James Clay Wilson County, her husband. \\ .II. (.eiger.1 LIPPMAN URQS., Proprietors.WHOLISALS .
Geiger. s
in the at the drained of I thy prohibition c-iiise if Cornelius Geiger and Elvicton
j state lucking well-being and a severe piuning will iisuib > Kemnrkabe! Iei.ciie. side at range Bend. Marion ounty. DRUGGISTS
&f hey were capable-: teeliiig reiiiorse for tcFFE. Rosella ult and U m. a ult, her hu band. winG irn-nan Pi. !t. SAVAXSAH. GA.TriEBEST .
: + MI gar land Mr. SpreekleB thinks I the hila miCe between the sup and niltbviibing I. Mr :Mn-liht'l m rint.nn.I I'laintii-ld! 1''I., reside nt Green Cove Spring Clay County. Flo-

that Florida is state and that leaf surface. The sap torm their caliiinuic H. 11. A.TeaeUem Mijl.f. !ho statoinent ti! .it site i-a tight idi. an I Armadillo.! Mannin and J. )Manning
a .
great sugar will riot be one of the least of I he wofid.I bm not before I it t has been i u- luhiltute. !tii:1 nmnt.'i i.y hr family, piiysiiian Putnam County. Florida, and ah! others who SPRING

pu-2iale; vilh carbonic acid ga which On Saturday la-t the liiailloid ( but ;prewv.ici... JI. tni.l iii-r ...ji., may be interested:
her industries. 'unityTeachtrs was a liopclt-ss Vie! IIi! of {
is Ciintiiincd, in the air and *
can only ieich of Brad'onl County
L li.slilu'c' ir.tl: al Orange ( ol.cgein tint no in.-iliciti" cuiiiil iunher.p of the estate of Allen Hi-feer.has made !

The Florida farmers Advocate isn i it by means of the leaves, which act as the town of -i a rkc. T'je meeliiig was Her I "lrnnii's.1 -.uu.rg"te.l Or.I i immg.. Nr\v A PERFECT ART ALBUM! CONTAINING State me of for Florid an order i. decease-d.t" sell the following applicationto ret estate. IsAS

'( ,-.v--- lungs for the I tuc. Much hurtful Iiseoverv for (' : ,. [I.ii.I ; she 1 Iii :>!i ;ii 24 BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHS Pitua ed in said county ol Kr df..rd. belonging -
called tti order the !hatiI about 103i'a.
: candidate for favor. It by ( ; I1au: ; :- for
is dt-ceasml. the eof
public bottle ami to her may be dispensed with by insix-cting tit-: m.. iiii'l \\i-ik was begun al once.Uefote I'I'DIII lust ilnsc.SMIM coot jut- AND COFFEE CULTURE WILL distribution amon th ab..ve mimed parties
and devoted ,
to be published at Tampa whoa.-e heirs-at law of said decedent and for the
trees frequently and rubbing <,m suj'erflous we say mole' we diem ll wise to Imt.l 'is use anil alter talt lug tun bottleJoii -, BE SENT OH RECEIPT OF YOUR ADDRESS. of inn the expfiist-s <>f sail administrator

j to the Farmers Alliance and growth while still! tender. Hy! so : ii !her ff! .-4)I- m.l anil well, now does CHASE & SAN BORN, purpose, to-wit pan : The west half of the southwest
give an explanation! as lo what: I Hie I Institute
her own hoiiscMiriand is> as well as she 87 BROAD ST., BOSTON. quarter and the sou' -wt-s. quarter of the northwest
Kxchangi It is to till a long felt doing, more growth will be thrown into i is and iti s purpose I It i in an ngi-iizi-: e\tr\\is. riteliial I I bottles of this great quarter of section sixteen, township seven

want-M> says Us salutatory* the parts wheie it ih dtsin-d. liou of the Icacheis, in kee, I ing with time tlisio\eiyat I hniv. ists. 2 The above named coffee for sale south l.uuiired i'f r.\ug&; tfi acres twenty nn>re one or east less.S.containing! .>iSVV Ji an-1 one i A SF&I N GMEDICINETO

: So far we hive; had! in view solely time nch'io. law ot Floiid.i. Its pirpos; nre to A Significant Incident'A exclusively by Truby, Sternburg Co. S\V: ofNVj Sec 1fTR3flglE1.| interested 1iie-.-
therefore t. iiLiifyallperwrt p p pY'i
ii The orange giuwers' meeting at well-being ;m ud i ll.e productt'cmss! of i liie organize; the Icachus in Incur woik,.to aid I K-iii! !iuw cause if a y they .

Ocala this week was well attended. tree: but theme is another consideration and ialViinee each other by c-xchangiiig : the lollnwin : At PcUin there ia can on in the the lift Tuwii li day of of M Starke,rch, A in I th>. Itt'ounty(). atmyf.fftce of UPTHEGEKERALAILMEHTS1QFTHE

we hoist not lose of when pious la.ly the \\ife of a loreiiin inn n h hint. liradfor.I. ut o'clock a. 111. or said order of sate
sight we.
4 Nearly $:! MG: was raised in a short shape methods (ff teaching; ; to buve each te.iclier:
; : \\lni sj c&l' tier little in doing good Beware so-called Liver RCTU- \\itt be trunted.pio\i fed this Notice bepeblish
n tree, wliich is. to make i the cultivation do work while in session and to I tators. Bilrns All in the lir.idn.rd TEI.EOKAPK. weekly
.t lime to the of a committee some one ilnj: she wetI; on a visit to the hoii.e e'c. are Ir-.ita- County

pay expenses and of our grove as easy and! cheap as po>xibk'. adopt I the lalesl and most i improved' modes ut! a >iiichu hrly of higli rank. Matook I I tiocscf the marrt tiis! lorg Onjj.nal aittr Medicine it'\j3 e&tMishrilt, rut on newsp.iper County published of Bradfold.in the at Town least of five Starke.conivutive insaid -

tt to Washington to try To this end all the lower growth on the of instruction, that t tl.e teacher be copies of l lie; holy scriptmi-s. A vmin ; j and sold en i's reputation. Take this necks previous tt -ai 1 date.Witnes .
have the tariff on raised tot may lady was ]in->Lntvno took gieiit irncivst with you anti! cemzntl! t n onijinnl, whicliI lll) han I and beil of Court this Jan -; :: ii ;:
oranges Hunks should l-e removed bight an.l better qualified: for t tlit: aiduous duties of in the i- 'h\ ( i-ilion.; Sie! heaid of tine old I has I'sa aulvifjrn; h tn I picture Dr. il. uary 2-tl.\ ls' ). WU. F. M.\t.I'Hl-Rj,

*1 box. It is claimed that a higher little! by Hi tie so thai \\I.cn the I I A.S.mnonson the irtr. and these words (SUAi.l Ci'Uiuv Judge
per up, the sihool loom.Ve ask the I.eaily co- sti.iy of th<- (;fuspcl of .Ii--i:>!. who died for ontnpofe'tcn tottieand pack .. :'TradeI

great many Florida orange buds lops reach an v size u plow hoi so may opeialion of the public. Who can refuse? a vvoild, ntiinici!.. '1 h'hie joui'g: i.idy bei.t Mark Ittist'rd; ': of Name, Notice.T5y .
I forward to caich \\om il. :inil \\inn Picture and Autograph,Nov. n. 1843." -- :*.4
have been shipped to foieign (routines fit-ely pass under the lowest brat.ches. Tlic (list lesson was given i in United Mates I t every virtue of an order mi the thiisiiaii vist had
; tii r ctiiirlndt-d. sit-
F. Malphurs.JxUeof! the Cotu.ty Cr.mt in
Almost all iiocwoik can I iheu Ue
11 I thus making foreign fruit as dipe'u-ttl histoiy by Miss Dixsi'ti. which A as highly siid; : "1 am iiidon h-i\f c-iinii-to ti II 4 and tor tIne C.-ui.ty of i'.radford.State.if: Floriiia.errcsiir ,

wiih- a gieal saving indeed-and cullivation entertaining: I and just iplet I ye. Every cariuer uie tins. N.Ite day: 1 \\ ill have a pl.u-e probate |pi uirs. air:: ood as ours and much cheaper to Has for curcd INDIGESTJO ', appointing m iheiiiKlei-signed! as Coniiiiisio -
built help 47 ycar3 ?*,
become and \\ meet to \\ui-lui
to pi-fipie -.n
a plca>uie man: pieseiit must have been "'icatly; l bliefit | BlLIOtTSNi-SS C osrivr.NassDYseapsI. | > er tosf-11 ih. follow ing real eMrf belongiiyt.'tlii
pT. wdurc to labor. A'gh tills! ( fail and In-.i this gospel piv.u-h-d." rstalrof Sar.iii 1'ons. late of s.iM i I Couitof \ a4
owing cheap beast instead of a tori iii e. a* i it is when I led. Th" m-xt I iiisMtiction Ic.ssrnin SICK 11CAD4CHB, Lo-jS OF APPZIITK, :
was a 'I I iti*. y/iiiiig hmy is no'.v the Kniprcss: of SOUR SIOM\CH, Low SPIRITS, FBUEATII Bradford. Ieeeise.l. S'tuatr in s.iid C ntitvf
ar tariff seems necessary to pro- you must go around every tree I i and tun pbysidlugy by I'rof. Young. lit: liisi i ( hiu.i.; COLIC, ETC. >f I'radf.tnl. and dfsci ibe.1 as follnxvs: The SEW
I Dr.J. U.ravosIiiorof:: : TTis Baft-si, th- S'i of S-ee Hi Tp ; S of Kange: 1 K eontaining Florida Trunk Line.
Vt our favoiite indiistrv. serpentine furrows and skin > t.mir hoise'slegs : named all!! lime prircip.il bones of the hod\ Memp'iisTcnn.s.slri<.eived a package 4:i ncr s more or less. Xow. Iv virt .e fif
A Lelj < sail older I wilt sell at pnbli auction in front ot
4 ; e-ivily pupils might : inihun. Is vfinictlnnj; to iKsjiid by v\i-iy lady bif out. Itxvorl.s liVcach-j' i. I want theCoiirt Ilf.u-e door in the Town tit Kt.lrkc in iLORlDAChiMTtAL'iP
Flu of Urad1 well awaie thai a howl will be r.ii.-ed ulg- I Then h. took belter Liver 'uiator and the sai.I Countv Bradford on the Ri-st )I.neltv
strawberry industry : ; up -* ) : ami in llic l.iliii. 'I he i asjt-xi \\-iy |iii MI-I I I Uiitliciiniifnl : BO Ke' certainly '
no mmc of Ztdir.'s mtlirC.C. in March. A 1>. If-'Ji. being the3.! day ois .11
1 j county has increased to such ainsl this proposition by i ili -e wiseiidc-; I digestion and give s.iiii'- valu.ible te.icii-:uI : color lo I In- ski i is To I-ii-.i l i>i:ilctin 1*.Sinimous?ie.ic.! .e Co.,Propr's, month! unil l :i regular sale day. the af.ue-aid decriliol lftSDLASH.-B.

who have no eyes, only "theoiy." \\Yli I ing< these iinpoil.itil; subjects. The blood punThe impiiiiiio must leicli.i.vcd St. Louis Mo. lands ijil|,gii.tr 10 slit, etnifi(1 sai I deCfdei y rnici lj the I'. 1C. & \.<'ii.
'I'Ment that the handling( of it has I'pon t. Sail real estate *-Id for tine fii3 ii et
by the ulmmisiritioii i.f n\\>-
cJJ :1 mud good ; kt the lich man who owns :i institute then adj Miitie.l unlil 1 o'cincl. : ; f-f debt.f! s,lid estate. Terms cash. | urcha-er Maiitlurtt iliac Vnitd.-Hct-.22, 1883.
l I'? reduced to :i science. Straw- r< mcdiil :ig<*i'i w liirli ( ,itutsi-; : :: the mosillioinnmh :1'BEE I pa'i f.rtittc-<. I L. B. KHODES. 3 -; OU1IL'RN1)1V'N M t 4*
f h believe that I
only PIi a plaything I 4
g11Ve : etiees
p. m. I iilti-raMvc; pro-cities conibincdv.iIII Jan. 31. It!IX Comii issioner.Master's :
b< have discovered that .'. i> | 11 3' a'Lv rnnTidir.a Ar 6fnps t> 50
men : by remain untriinmed -
y must to "keepllic Afteri.oon SCS14I i<'ii met promptly, and HKXL-m rcdictiisliicii lend' md sOrtu l-Mijp'Lv: J.tksoii\iie; : Ar 5COj7! | :ii a

I, t (ntrating their shipments tc a I MIII offen tine hark ; he can afford lohiieninan our wnilhy County Supi lintendenl lull only to ivmoviiiniinitUs; of tin blood, Sale. I; 4.l'! -4 p Lv Callarnin Ar 5 4 7-Ja
hill also build and invigorate lime 1 i'l of order ir iii pLvtor. I'a Id u in Arl 44sp laia.4UJa.
: to lie down on his knees and Ui| : ssttin T'yirtue an piirs'iaTice an and
/t _houses! in eMuf the larger scratch with a hoe. I Ihmnt the man \vlio tlclivcic'l un address upon the 'Goveiunieiil Such a remedy is Dr. \VYslinoiilar.d's letre1f the Ilonontbltr J.t.rc* :M. Ilaker. Judge I 11) pi., :2-l'lp.Ar i.i Sturke Lniwt.-y Ar Ar :5'Jp 4U5ii 4-
Judicial Chcuitnf Florida
.f tie Fourth in and
cities they are compelling other is to make: his incon.e: from his grove i 114 and crgaiiizi.lton; of schools," to Caliiaya i'onic. which not! only I f>r tl.e County of B.-adford. dated January lath. !') 32'i ;Arl'S.'a \aI.U> Ar 252p :3a

advised to visit groves already I trimmed in which all gave an attentive heating and thoronuhly cli-aiises (lie blood! but also A I). Is'jO. in a matter whe'-ein Lillia A hutch 4.1 liAr It.-wtLorne Ai :::.:lt. 211 a
houses to come to the and s re those put up by I : r a a .Ar Ucala Ap 121(1(
grower hue and K-ives. Hie kiss. e.\eciitii\i the la>t will and tesramet.t of P i p 114ittID
she i iImvigiir.ttc
manner suggested himself rccehcd much hem lit. I'rof. Cuwthou sy.stem ki'ms deceased 4 a' a 0 M t pi A r V-..idvt>od Ar 11 44 it 10
Ii. m. FERRY & CO. I A ahfl 1 bitch is complainant, and
-- -- purchase or give up handling berries thiil they aiv as I Inn Ely as am before I patient in a thoroughly imj'roved and W. J Csteen and IJoselln K. Osteen. his w ife.'and tibJpr l..osLurg HUuM5 S r pf\
-, followed by giving a lesson in primaiy heal> condition The is within \Vho are the Largest 60'a 7SOp\r! 'Zit.nri- AiL ay
lie goes to increasing the expcii-cof cullivalion I liy price i vrotlJ.I W. 11. IUver-nre defe.ilants, I the under- tiXjp.
;:_ altogether. This ie i just. what simply to follow I lifted vise of u ;arithmetic upon Ir.iclions. 1 He certainly; the n-ucli of all. 'JDc) andj;! a bi'>ue.! aid; Seedsmen). M..T.KY&Co'sBeautifully in the -wr e.l. as sjiecial ma-ter appointed by said II Iti-ii -'-> lptAr-- i :'land<> lua 4 4u p

all for. When and U" 1 11. Uivi-rs sells it. Illustrated. Descriptive court in pnr.-uance of s-tid decruwill'sell! at J I 11 t TAlU'A DIVX. | li r "0
.:i producers are striving man with a theory no cye knows how to teach tine youthful mind lo pnblK: auction fn.ntoftht Court House door

r the good lime comes when all the Every tree in the toiest while youiur. grasp I the principles utiileriying fraction*. Railroad ConsolidationsATI. SEED AWUAL 1 m the Town o the Starve ip s.iid County of L'rad- Siipl2-l-p 4 3-1 a5.ta 54.1 ;. Lv Lv .J.ii UsonviIIeV. hlWMHIPpnasoffkee! Ar Ar'lU'JaArll2t: 5.r>Up !9 7MaXOp
has t lie lower trunk more f>r less covered I tord. between legal hours ot sale, onMonday.
\ produce will find ready sale in a with foliage and! for goo-1 reasons. It i is We also iittl: t a I iessi,ii j in primary spelling I i ..\NTA, (u. r.-b. 24.-Mr. Tracy for 1890 will he mailed FREE to all iliZi: dny of March. A. I). l4.i). : i lit 7Wp7i3p Ar itis.tetiiihe Art( a ; epiI
Spum k-. of' Macon.; Oa. of the Georgia applicants and to last seasons customers. the same being legal sale day. tl.e following! '.'.-
7 ArAr M. ArillOCaAr037u 715
flu fet.cc around hue .Mr. A. .1. ami lesson in > p
re ns u tree I lo keep by .McKinm-y: a described l.m.ls Iv-ng the ihesai
\ homo market then will be the It is better than ever. Every piopertvof
good Southern and Florida lailroad.! : and Col.U. s :w a ; 4-i i 1-'enoche 530n310p
smaller animals from gnawing I I the I b.irk reading by Mi-s I.ivi both it ton UMng Garden, Flower W. J. o-tecn and Ro-etta F.< Ntoen, his w i-e.defendants 92 sOS ArAr li.teuity ArilUSOa
proving a '
tiim worth strhing for. and larger ones from rubbing again.it.. K .Maddox. ;piesiili-nt ;at'Ihe i Atlanta t or'Ficld SEEDS should send frjt. | and subjects to said decree, silso to tnr- 111-5 a 11-nntCity L 915a 130pi
jY bent tidal to ;tI 1. Each! teacher, of course, and Flornla railroad: mM heic to-day and D. M.FETRY4.CO. tiierdcrceobta| by the defendant W. H. __ _
The seeds of other trees or plants I wi'lby Risers against the said IV, J. ()lateen a in I Uosot- l I 13 I ( Ei-REV Ii.i t tI24U 11 I 24
d. Uradford county possesses great I this low growth often be pievenleri c.xpl.iiiid! ii! his mode! of teaching during bis pcif.-i'ii-.l anaiitrementshicii! wil. connect -r-DETROIT MICH.Notice. ta F. <1st i en. hiK wife, deft-nd.i ts ii this cause. p'Lv Jf V-soi\il e Ar 5 50 1 4
IIK-SC; t two sysieins: jilt,) -meA % situated in s lid County of Hnidford nnd !
iesrjbiti ,
the Lv Waldt
from germinating near; I tree and tliu-, instruction. Eveiy Icacher, is at liberty to 3.V-p Ar t1401-
) h advantages OUT, other portions of retard us giowth. In fon-.si (fires (which short dislaiice of the i roaiJ: is now under as folio w>: The west half of the northwest 4 :i; p \r Gai' i-sville Ar I 43
comment all lessons which and of
upon given quarter quarter iiorthwtstUr 3.iiIi Ar Archer Lv l215.
the tate in the matter of hea'th.' somelime.s I stall without j t man'sfiom a i.CII CV co'istination fio-n Yatesville, on I the 'it section on: in townsliip even south cf 'r 1'ionsoii .
I lightning or from lire origin iting I give rise to searching dmcuiuuis. All All-mi.i I and Floiida to .Macon. I U wi'l I e ra ge twe ty east rnntninin: one hundrerl and M p Ar Cedttr Key Lv.Ar1Ii3.iiS 9 ((10 ii

r while the entire state, taken as a from dead branches lubliing itigel her by teachers failing to attend I these meetings tini-hed very soon), and it is ;announced Six we"k after date I will apply to the Hor twenty,a3'ing ac for es more titles.or less. Tt-rmscasli. purchaser 0 1 1 ( VNESTKHX DIVN | 2 I 10

whole, is the most bea' hiy in the I lie wind) this growth helps lo p riicci I lie me not awaie of. what I they me m losing ardwe tn-il.iy that; a I liidllc 'irr.uiIct1merut has been iiralilWni 1" Maltiliins.) I'.aiit v ..Jimlgi.f Urarlfonl of- W. WEEKS.. still ; : tat.v: Ji k'ntill :5 a
Suite tti l FloiM.i f..r I.el Itr
? I tliu P from the llimes. Alter I I litt tee gets cnleied' inlo by whicli. within sixty d.ivslluoirjh ; ( iitintv. Jan. :i'. 18 K>, Spe.'ial Master. 9 -' > pl 8iia: Ar Biitdwin Ar I'ftipArll 6-5 a
:: ,. L'tiinn, this fa\oie pf 44 aiAr Lie City A' 1 !2 p 4(08 allOp
rm. .. huge loo tough to injured l his : of {radf.ir.l ('oiintv. ileeea>t.il. Ti.i the
invite the attend II3Sa04iahr "!i3a
cordially public to our Live Oak | :Sa
Y Hradfonl; coui.ty, is the most healthy growth dies and if the trunk had thorns, next sesxj.in to b.In'M at LakeHuiler on to Florida.; 31th day January. A. 1). 1MWM.: X. LATO. Notice for Publication. :1 s, ;nlb ; ladisn Arht| :!6a

I in the \\ (P1ll. This fact cannot be these are it coveied retarded by tie]baik. While of it remained I the fiistJay of \inLm'( ii. i pening at 10) Mercurial Poison. LAND OFFICE Felirl AT GAINESVILLE } LA., I 5 *ml> aJlmipsAr aj2 ift p'\ TaK.t Ji.'iiticello hai-see Lv Lvj' !9*l ?'JO>at all 9p U P
time > ;
growth Iree. rylJth.lsf( i
o'clock a. in. Come one :and all. Mercury is ficiiueiilly injudiciously used by Not( ;c i'. '.tTICF. is hereby given that u 71'7 a 3 04 Ittr (/'..incy Lv 7 27 a H Hi > '
too iiroiuiiieii'iv; bi'oupht before the but il was lime least ot I several evils, and (' J. BUYAXT. Chairm.: quack doctors In cases of malaria and l IbotI poi The Iniiltlirt r.f a irlLre is to lie 1ft out on llic i named s'ttlfrhiis filed notice the of followire-hi intention i sa': 4 (iu pj.Vr! Rive r JimctioLv! 6iO a! 7 00 p

.' general 1'Joriila home seeker amitoutist. ] nalure has time to wait When n tree is son. Its after effect is worse than the original first Monday the'hi day of Mai eh. A. I'. 1NO.(m in to make llnal proof in support ol her claim Trains X. ; 1. i.7. ft. 9. IU. 11. 12. ii. Hdailj.

under mans care and is not exposed to A Lady's Perfect Companion. disense. H. B. B. (Botanic I51o.>d Balmi contains front of the'C'ourt House dour in Starke, Bra-l- and that said proof ni 1 he iimde before Register !'.(.S.3-i,23.4._ SO 3' ilfily except Sunitimy.I __ _
No means .sliould be spared any ii jury there is no need! of this ,ower font, L'nti'ity. Flori'U. and -cei\erat (iairesville Florida on SL'WANFERIVECRIUT 52 !
Our new iHRik by I Dr. John II. no mercury hut will eliminate mercurial poison APRIL 17TII. _
should Dye. one The liriilire i is !90) feet long on the Starke and isW.
:r- for the pui-jtose. Another fact \\oith growth ; u beiemoved- il can not of New Yolk's most skillful I lii ysichi us. from the system. Write to Blood Balm Co., Lasvtev mutt. across a hay ftliniit ?i mile 8"iitli of viz: Sarah Te wi be I there "to keep I the sun off"as in the lakeside. Floi'ida H. E. Na irnn vOp litktLv I.inkity 4..pLT104TWI 5&sFiOt
La tev. The buiMinir i' the bridge will he let for theNEU
Atlanta. (! for look of
r shows that pain: is mini) necessary in j hild- ta. convincing proof of its of K i Set- ::12 7 S 52i>p\r 31 s conAilinta It lOp
considering in fa\or of the tourist shady forest the natural habitation of the out publicly to the lone t iiIlsh-r. The RoaitSiiMTint SfV TP Uuiye J E. She naities I '
hurl Ii, I luit icsulis m from causes curative virtue fi.llowi.ig witnesses to 1Psi944ij.tr LvBSOa 'lWp
caH'y understood
I Iree. this wns | *> ilents resene th li ight to j eject all pnve her continu.ni-
and of his consideration i js unnecessary.Larro
worthy urii ti'ei etmnc.: I ll cliaiiy; P1 ..VcSI A. F flritt-.n. Jaekbon. Tenn., writes: i caught mitt.i. Siiecilicatioin in lattice on ('.)ltit house nsideiieeup iii. and cultivation of Mid \ md, vizWei's Niq. l.Srt. 51.52 d.iilv. _ _
Lt I the ur.hersal low priced board. This limbs t-hnuhl Im sawed off square I tint hiiy woman in.iy become, a motlier malaria in Louisiana, and when the fever at last dunr. J. :M JOHNS.Feb. Buriihain. L. Fletcher. F. M rtdiraii ami FERXAXHIXA AND JACKSONVILLE RRTllXr -
when it can be done without marling the 7th, IMP. ChninnanNotice. J. \V. Batten all of Lakeside.}'Ojd1ALEx. fii>. Xo. B Xo. 5 Xo. 61
is of the large items in without; stutTering p.iin vlmi te"er. It broke, was saturated with
usually one any my nvhteni poison .
appeaiance of the tree, iu older to make LYXCH. Eegister. i 0 ::11); a 4 30 a Lv .Tick.onvflle! Ar M 50* 1 S5 p
the average tourist's lay book and u smaller wound easily healed over. ifthe also tells how o fi\eriotne: and prevent a d I had sores in my mouth and knots on my 11 05 a GOipAr mndiua Lv13a1205p

of :i u> in"an consideration. The cause wound is covered with Mime gitfi I msg morning sickness and the man: }' other tonpue. I Rot two b:(ttli-s B. B. B., which healed AH persons in
of this lies j in wax of light color, il heals over quicker evilsniending pregnancy.; I It I i i.s highly my tongue a.d mouth and made a new man of ;. late of Itrpflfiiiil ('olintSSnte of CIRCUIT COURT. 4TII JUDICI CIRCUIT : > p m. 7:3-i: a.nm.trnsmns for Maron. Atlanta.
the I
,:t rheajxu-sti plain, Piolecl the birds but the old endotseil by physicians e\vrvwheie :nI is life me Florid.i.
Jj nnvnriiishei truth summed up in a from the pull nests wife's Ii 1 lie piivale i-ompaiiion. Cut this Wm. Richmond, Atlanta Ga,. writes: "My( imii"iliae i I i' tynei I. and all I persons holding I CHAXCEHT. all jioiis north and west. via the
tiees as they ut ten cause lise.ise.If : cleni.uid : apiiinst said estate ill pre-ent themdulv.uithentioaled fe! : few \voulii, that Bradford lives atlu 1 spious: come up around the stump of out : l will save: you !gieat pain! and possibly wife could hardly see. rctors culled it ayphil- within the tine required by WM. T. Dixox& BRO.. et al, J.u kqonille "21> r- innd M On. m.
your life. Send two-cent stamp fodesciipiivc itis iritis. Her law. or Ihis notice VIii be plea in liar of their vs. shortest ard
i me.It'wt: rise what we eat, \\i a dead tree, remove all save one or two e.\ es were a dreadful condition. 7riit: m New nrle.nnKxpre s.
w. er
i circulars testimonial and recovery. al. line iiik'nn.l West Florii'n! points.
|iutvhise frl hands and save healthy ones f irlhi-st from the stump. .1 I loiter sent i in I sealed ciuveht cofidenti :,- Her appetite failed. She hail pain in her joints A. W. UROWMSO, Whereas, Under Jtnd by s-iruleot a decree of quickest IVnsaefU. Mobile to and New < rlenns. 70: a. m.
'pe. and hones. Her kidney wore deranged a1s. 1SOO. Ailmini.-lr.itor. said Court in the ub..vp entitled .. .
PEAK AM) PEACH TKKKS. Feb.Cl. cause,on nds5p. m. trains r ni>ert through toThon.asville. -
the middleman profit. Are not The LeConte pear trej will, if untouched Address FUAXK THOMAS & Co., Publisheis and no one thought she could be cured. Doctor day oi January A. II IKJA i in Clianitners at Jack'soiivjlle. Montgomery. N'jushville.! St. Loui Cin-

these great alvauutaes iu I favor olcur by the knife grow in shape somewhat Baltimoie .Md. Gillam recommended B. B. B., which she used Notice. sons ha ving. rendered elaimS against therein the and whereby all per Ciiintti. ('hieagoitriil ai! points North a d West.
defendant Thomas Arrive at 2 "H in. and 7 aa in.
adopted couuy, and facts that like the Lomlmrdy poplar. Its growth is : until her health was entirely restored. AH persons indebted to t he estate of Louis \\ Sweat of date prniir to the 22d dar of March 1 *-K) P m Mail p and Express or all poi-fsSouta
The Great Social ftcquttlte. K. V. B. Jones. Atlanta, (ia.. writes: Iwai Witkovski, late of Bradford County, State of A. 11. l"* are required to .
cannot be ileuied by potted then slower and it will yield less fruit make prt.of of the (i.uiiesville.! oram L '-bnrar. Tavart- Apopka.Orlando.
any per- "P.lun Blood" is still I an essential part troubled wilh copper colored .eruptions loss ofappetite Florida. dere.iRed. will come forward and make same before me as special master in j said aiise. Panas-.trkeeisf Catharine*. I'mie City,
win ? llni I !! when pruned. Cut out the I cent In! of the great social quelion lout attpm- all pain in hack aching )tintdebility, iinmediat'- payment and all persons holding Therefore this is 10 notify and adnonj.i all su.h Plant C/'tv. Airieat r>!.Mpm.
pole then icmovc the smallest surrounding emaciation. los of hair sore tlii'oit. and greatnervousness. claims against said estate will present them. persons, c-e itors; aforesaid.. havmVu Local through for n'l points
(Ml t-i-nnf-fs
PUKK blood is the key of life, and I'. P.P. B. B. B. duly authpnti< ateil within the time required bylaw demands foresail I or p in
I'Mnches and of the put my system in fine as to S TavaresOrlmdo
rpnallng In South Plorlda. finally clip ends present t. tile South. Ocnl.i. (;iainesville! Lecshurs.
has achi 'vf'i1 phenomeml condition. this notice will be in bur oftheirreeo amid the hi.
success or pluad
as a prove same on or before Molulav Pe-
Southerl.md. M.
of the rest to about The t 1 (hi Tarpon Spriiif".
The Disston druiiiHge enterprise is in even length. Lightest Pu ri(leant and correetor of all I ailments I *ery. day of March A. I). MO. that the ame mum.J be U-i-sbiinrandT.impa. Arrives at 7 3- a m-
full billet along the Kist.ic-.nn-e valley and eye of each branch should be on the arlsiiitr from bad blood and its eonling- LUMBER IS ADVANCING. J. L (riASKixa.Fc reported by me to :he s id Court and y be 9) 0 am Cumberland btanteEXpresS.et'flflCCtSat
outside. Trimmed this way, tie tree enl etfecis. b.28._ 1890. Admini& rator.A taken innoaccolint in the final dtw of 15runswictc
: through the Kvirgluiles. The enduing pear unhappy For sale by all ** nerem to Fernandina with steadier City
_ _ I fuels ixlalionly tc that portion of lUcin as: will spread out more and bear heavier. druggists. ttac h in euF'X ot ice. be by said Court rendered. daily for Kruns\yifk Macon. Atlanta. Chatta-

ii' arc ncHresi KibMmuice. Twenty miles below The peuch tree need very little pruning Saw Mills Steam Engines STATE OF FLORIDA i Special H. F. YORK.Master Chicaso.nooga. LouisviHe Arrives,13.C'iiu> >-
: the pl.icc just iiMined. 8ij s'lhc Oiland and! the wuy to do it will s'lirgest itself on Abbott' East Indian Corn Paint In Cou ty Court.CorSTT Starke, FI i., Feb. 7th,139). 4 :it) p m Fernandma i Mnil and Expressdaiilc'iincts
the hut it must have the borers Removes all Corns, Bunions and Waits.M OF r.RADFOBD \ 'hursdav with Meamers lor
,,: du Si'iithiil. u Mi-Diul canal to be ready spot. removed SHINGLE MittS HAY PRESSES ____.___ Mallory
TOW. H. PARTLOW: "" -. New York. Arrives 8 5 1 a m.
ouce a while intuit tine
in about ten months in being cut l lvtween only way P* FOR THE BLOOD, -
lakes Kisbinin.ee! and Cyjucss. It will be to do ii. j i& by lueans of a knife an'd a v fVcakness, Malaria, Indigestion and You are hereby notified that a Writ of Attachment Notice.IX A. O. MacDonnellt.t. ?. Jt-'i. A.
t Biliousness takeBROWS'S If you want a Flr i>rlaM Saw Mlii, I as bi-eii is-ued ntain-t yi>u and your propeity D. E. Maxwell,
5 miU 51) fu-l wide and feet piece of wi"e. This woik is sometimes it-it Miinacer.
long Gj} deep IRON BITTERS. send for Catalogue to aitached to ati-.fy the 'lemandsof Knoch CIRCUIT COURTCU1T 4TIj JL'DICLtT.
-the first f ne lieing 85 feet wide. This done ia u way to leave one in doubt as to It cure* quickly. For sale by all dialers in S Thomas amounting to fifty-t odolL.r I.2 00) .IK FWrt.II. ItIc.iDcj CuUTV.('jI. N. S. Pennington,
i'i i is not to much to still fuiiher reclaim which damages: the tr -e lie| mobl-tine nedicine. Get the cenulne. A.Aanl-Pl B. Varqiihar
borer or the knife. There is no to yi>u shall apiar before Wm. F. a-. inarch lmid us it is In provult L siillicicrt way
LADIES Malpliurs. u County Juig.in anti for aid Cimu- and Partii .s, doing lusi- | -sampsit.
outlet cur.ng beitsOnS that are extremely j keep out -the borer, and applications of Needing a tonic or children that want building IMssohttion.Tlu ty at his ofliee at Starke on the 15th day of May ness under t.e! firm Am/M.
Vtt. and to keep the water ait. or near u nine ashes or whitewash simply lo this I up should take A. 1). H'JO. ut ten o'clock in the forenoon judgment and style i-if Truby. Sro" f i,1 sworn tO>
lnw f tirm Iieretofure
ji-nd. is a failure. L. BROWN'S IKON BITTERS. i-xisling nsBtisfi will be given agaii.st you. and your prop burg& Co.. I .
mean k-n-i. bull thi? ca-nal will take ilTalxjiil It Is pleasant to take, cures Malaria Indigestion. fc'',\Vill?. is tins (l lIly dissolvcil l-.y erty sold to pay th-1 debt. L
six let ntaitr fioin sections yet -- and Biliousness. All dealers keep it. mutual cotiH'Ut. Dated tiiN i7ii day oi Kelru oy. A. D. 1S"0.KNuciih. R. A. Rolq'uemore. Attacli.iient

St ;paitiuiiy unUraiiit.il. The canal yet nennrKi Dogs Outrun a Horse- Titus Ii Hrcso.J TIII 0!'5.I The above named c'tfendant V J Aueiliary
4t Haiiitiff.Notice. T
Mjuimo, tliat -. the one I lioin Luke j F. H. McGee, a veteran guide in the Dissolution! Notice. T. \\ ILLS. I __ rnon- hose pniwrty *** attached. t' 1iieiiiie.

l L Tolu'l" tau'ga In Lake ( % jbit-. is 4 inilf ; Dt-ad river region, in .Mainv, has I trained i I The cijiu'uimtr-hip: bert Lohefore exUtini In ifliiiii fioiii tl.tiiov! tIm iii. [ ilesiie debt by notified a dad of other the per-ons i IfLtt.reti-I: "ri I""1't're-: tine-

Jon;:, til ftii irp atxMiHh IIM..I widened i tour dogs to pull in hatiicb*. and lately under time name and st.\leof I Uivcrs & t.. s.ij'. lint lily iss'.fi-iti.: in tliisCnir..iriinn On th- first .lay of April A. D. Is9 I. I will sm-tI!! suit by attieliment esnIicnt.smncntr am. are hrehy tine ; Aj

to 10. tttA canal 20 miles long is now they have made tile inn f fiom Augusta to Joiner i ls I his day dissolved by mutuilcoiifciit. : imal't! ecn piesi-iiint: antl u reeille at public auction. i in tlif Town of Starke, in Brailti appear. plead or l.-rmiur to tine di-jratneii r'-tiuure.i to
>r.| l.'ouu'y. St.ite tif Flotilla, the :t<> kof {;> > I ICMUi time-ri-it. Ii. tI.e see.nil J tii l
being fotifctiucKtl lioni LitKu llaitjutoJhe Togus. pur.tng: a sleigh' holding .McGee The bu.siiu lit! heieafler ind [ ] clay i, ,
( s % be : my witlnlruwnl; therefnnn i* tii'{; iii es. re.idy-mad.loth- : tin-saiiiiuig the fIi"S ) "
iJl. Julius liver, which will open] ava3' and a [fricm' m thirty I minutes. On the conducted in the name ofV.. II. HiversW. fiuni iiiitiivuseiitin-ly iM-rMinil I.i iiiy-clt. lug huts, n 'ti'irietc... alM>the-tore flxt in>*s anil! Rind th.- rule (lay t.f this Coti Iitirlay (,f saul nincn I, ._l -' ,-

fnr iou cjilension
rail: w 113'The hmjiibt diedp bout' I in the ing gone ahead about a quarter of a mile U. JOINKH.Jjtarkc. .* I friends st-M-ki't g o U. b'-ictiffi'-tr to the ,st.-ite of Louis (Jiveii u der my liandand t edl
in !
Iliadfoidciiiinty this
I tiny \> ii I.( \sd. | It- itt said Cniintvot liradlord. ilf>- Februarv. A. I). ie'Jj. Hth day of
worM i is How under cuiisiructim liy the stepped his canine speeder and. unliarliesMug I I Pa! Feb. 2S. ls90. fur I the jcneniis patroiuiyi; they of axed, r aid Sal.TO lake place at the brick store [sEAli

Pisfton Draina o conipiiny; Us hull i it 100 :| mif. Minplv nniatkcd : "i have li.ive ever iirrurdi-il inc.i forniei ly oci-iip> I bslid! diTKient. tin Call 1... B. RHODES. w" T. WEEKS,
feet 3T Ux-t %'ideud il will In.Kiutfil I Lack street in sii I To n of Starke. wliei-e said goods Atfy lor PldialifT. .<-'ll"'ic- J. L. (G ASK INS
I long by iliopjvtl I in y ghu.Vr. go and fetch i it" \otiee. i J T. WILLS.Si.uke. are now stored. Terms of ale strictly! cash BvV n". ,n. AIMllOIIT.I : ,
>{. by. it i is said n five thousand ': and l lie dog oid I so. levins; i't'i'4 for Notice Fl.-i. Feb. 10th 1S90.Valual.le J L. G.ssKi. j' L'tt'rk-
islicel; given that on the 2 Mi day of I \ Weeks.. Clerk rrth0, .?Puty rLUt.Ltt is
horse power cugiiu. At i.o tuimcr period (juiiliiier u race %%':u. .;. ; ;i.il wjih a hoi>e I M-ircu A. I>. 18 0 I u ill tp.t.to the HonoiunleJ.UUSM. : ..dininl.-trator sf pa.m1 Kstate. and for Bradford Coutty, nr'1"1!; Colllt in

t j liave lie <)ijH.Tnlionsil lie CON.IMIH Uiuliif..re Hacked to si sleigh muj li.o! hum se wmticalen. : Uakt-r. Judge of the l iivuil C.burt fur 1'1)I) : s.ti ;:. Starke. FU.- Feb- 'Jv: 1-HJ! 1 that tl.e forfcgoiiijj is a lo wrtity Drugs & MedicineStarke :-
the 4h JiMicial L'lnuit cf'Kloritla. UraJlord b the original X..tuvrf P.iWit-atnn invct; ''"Pv '
fXU-iisivo than il hue iu>ent! time { ; JlcGcc diove wiiliout! idnsnrwhip. Notice.WhtnrttMnv '
c.ui'tttC1iaitiss,, in Jaoksou ilie, to legalize ORANGE GROVE on now i-in Hie iu iny fi1ee.Vitia saal; cause
nnd 1 lie it-asutu Iht-y aiu no! iti iking ulllliKI'fhi'W feuidiiigMiiipiy win.. t tirti?. Three thp i l lid cliil AnuieCarlson ; I"la1'h'SiiaflS'
\ Hiu-iiflou by n c<> a 4>r one Mi'e. 'Irs. J. S. (iaiie'Seotr, has -' !uiy ha.'ii and Si-al
(it \ ol U IS UCJ.UM. ;j i.SiltIfitd oi U.e ilncs ;uc o! time mastilt; I it' d, and ol the age ol four < ears. good terms. oft my bo I ant b >ar I I. 1 hereby foi'li! ai y per- Fi irtmtri A. I). I-no. .'ftU, llthdavoISiLVLJ ) ..., )

I \ii such Jin jiiiiiH-i-M-'y '.\jn ir.jaccour.t [ T. \.RK.4. ,

:.:uIet l.i : iuit. % .- '.( is a bird dog, wishing Sistine forty lb?. I Starke J. L.,FaiZEE Ha.. FeTj.Att'y 2-, IsJO.for ApLlic't. 4t nov8-4t Starke, Fla. I without iny written conscn'A. L. SCOTT. M. l>. By1) (.'li INRIGHT r. (d't11'fItdi'.i4' Ciiq.ciuiit1et1 'it nil hour*-da* 0?

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, BR/DFORD COUNTY ELEGR/\PH. 'I i I sistets Dressmaking by :Mis. Wethy and I Stiaxvht-rry buyeis ar-- now plen I T WANTS OF .
late "Kansas
from City. Cutting : tiful. Those houses who
( anus t
by the best tailor system, and h I OY4iR 1
secun- shipments are compelled} to
YOUR Starke, Fla., Feb. 28, 1890. all work neatly done. Near Corner purchase direct from the grn\\ cr. iTRUBY STERNBURG AND CO

s South and Cherry street", Starke.
A ,
1 Notwithstanding the excessive dry
We have doubt the finest
FRUIT and VEGETABLESTO Local affairs.Milk beyond weather large quantities of strvi-
( spring dry goods we berries: are being daily shipped to tl _,, .t'- _':.,.- ,..;_..:'
had. -
shakes at Meacham's. ever Call and examine whether ''nr-
Northern market: Our farmers :seem

The largest stock of hoes, rakes> you want to buy or not.Truby lo be 1 in good] spirits. I .
& Co.
forks, spades, shovels, etc., ever Sternburg I ,i ... .
Mr. W. II. Rivet brick
brought! to .Starke, at J G Alvarez.A Clothing, clothiiiir, clothing just new !stores Provisions FloUt.
Groceries ;
BARBER, MARTIN & 0fCHICAGO fine stock of candies and crackers received a large invoice at I arf rapidly :assuming! proper !shapeunder They want to sell jow your ,
the able of Mr.Crcig .
at Waher WilK Truby. Stunburg t & Co. I management : : Bran.heV'
of Lake Butler.The .
Sateenelegant dress in Suits-fifty different styles vang- AKINPOWDER j

domestic and imported I goods. goods at it.in prices from 5 to 20 dollars, G. S. & F. railroad is complete ji ji i f I: 'I' t l inus.
all but few miles east of

References any Commercial Agency, 'j')'II-L y, Stl'I'IIL'lrg &: Co. just: received! atTl'1Ihy, Steniburg & Co. Hampton. They a expect to reach j i I|: They want to sell .yogi" .ytt: (Clothing! and I rtfrnisltiugr' U, ods-I

A beautiful, lot of 1 .
fancy matting! Palatka *" *
by next week.Refrigerator I -*
Richard Marko
also lleibergcr good and cheap, also a new stock of It does not matter what you want, Absolutely Pure I j..11 They I 'l'u'lutL' sell JOB >our Hats and Cap*.
furniture for the holiday trade at we meet any ]legitimate com cars stand on then I >I

J G Alvarez. petition. side trick at our depot' every day This powder never varies. A marvel of purity i Thw:1nt: to sell you your Hoots''(, Shoes :nd Rnhb 'rs.i'fhey .
Truly, Sternburg & Co. loading with strawberries! for the I strength and wholt'IOD1t'Dt'fS. :More economical j i
Georgia iu>proof heed oats at than ih' ordinary kinds, and ca not bes-oMin !
Tate Powell M. D. If you want the finest table but northern markets. competition with the multitu of low tent I i want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Building
Truby, Sternburg & Co. Sold 1
short alum *
von; weight or phosphate powjer
ter have tasted call for theDiirlmm I
The best line of ladies' and ever Some of the 1lIl's.f Starke rom only in cans. Nov.\t.BAKING POWDER Co.. 116 Material.
: and Cold Wall street New York. --
Spring' Creamery
plain thai it ii is dull. Come
hoes, rubbers, etc., ever brought to axxfidiy .\ricuUural Implement -
STARKE, FLORIDA. this market at .1 G Alvarez. at 't'''ulv, Sternburg) & Co. boys, bestir yourselxe* for the young Providence Items. They want to veil) you your WSIROII: *. UtigKiot:

Finest Kentucky Creamery butter ladies'. sake.There Onr little village is still alive despite the *, Seeds ami Fertilizer.'Titer *
Lemonade\ and soda water at drouth but fiat rf our people having
fresh. ;
from the churn
DR. G. F. CENTER. :Meathain'n.PARASOLb : atTruby & Co. should be aft'pubJic wells41ug planted "g.trd-Im sa.ss" of some kind for I want to sell you your Saddles Harness: aniS ',"bil)!;. inlhet

Sternburg Starke. The is the uoithrrn markets fet-1 discouraged. need. gaiety them
in water supply everjtliinar lusty
[ want to sell you
Office and Residence 43 Julia Sir., Jacksonville: :: they you
We have the exclusive sale of the Mill there are a few shipments with satisfactory -
Florida. \\'e have the most! elegant, lines Durham very short just now. D. we need a results and hopes for a brighter a trial and you will he conviiieeil that they will wueyon moneyn
and Cold
of all the latest! styles in town. butter. Spring Creamery big fire to give us a hint? future. Bring blessed) by nature with a I cverytlunV You buy r lid at the Miiue time ::nanint.> ihe quality -
& Co.
J. ALVAREZ, Truby, Sternhurg & Co. Truby, Sternburg Subscriptions, to the TELKGRAPB: generous soil and situated midway I et- I antI iiiautity of (:owf...
Ten bales of 27-inch cheeksjust I ween Iwo ruilwlllr) -the G. S. & F at
DEALER EVERYTHING A new stock of clothing' at received at Truby, Sternburg & Co. is now coming in by the! hatfull.All Lake Butler, and the S. F. & W. at Fort
J G Alvarez. visitors to Starke should be
sure While, our hypes and aspirations for the

AN""DCOTTON: I Imported ilraudy) at Alvarez & Ice co1.1Soda water, lemonade, I and subscribe before they leave. for future are encouraging. & COMPANY
milk shakes' the confectioner TRUBY STERNBURO
T.idclon; etc., at their homes. Our farmers are preparing their lands
BUYER. I on the wharf kept. byIValter for the coming seaMin. There will be a ,
ooo yard. dress ginghams in all B. G. Dellait claims
I : W il1s. the highest larrge acreage; of corn peas, pindars and
I the latest! designs at I price for strawberries this season. other forage crops, with a medium allowance -
Cool drinks Meacham's.:: .
THE BEDFORD COUNTY BANK, Truby, Sternburg & Co. Shipments of the 2oth to Pan<-oastit for cottou. STARKE I FLORIDA:
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200 Ih8.-tine candy. just receivedat I wIll not be undersold. Come ; Griffiths relied him $9.21 per The tire-fiend has been putting in his {
STARKE, FLORIDA. and examine block. \\ ark recently, causing loss of fencing to ---
my of
crate 3-j .
Walter Wilts : 1 1I
Does a General Ranking business. J. \\". Hodge* : quails.Mr. ihe f.irmers. When"oh. wher., will our --M ) BAZAAR
New stock of dress goods at OR1tIAN' S;
'"' I' Louis Temple' and wife1': people sec t lie necessity of enforcing Ihe
and sold nil All kinds I
Fxchange bought on principal .1 G Alvarez. of temperance drinkst"atMeacham's rived in laws nin..t such men. Heckiess to the ,
last week and
cities of tho United States nnd opposite post office. i Temple 'Ity last degree, they will *amfu-e their neigh -
Europe. Finest hosiery in the city and at I are the i-uests of Mr. S. .1. Temple. bors' entire interest In raise a little fresh Dealers: inFancy -

Collections Promptly Attended ToYOL'll I the lowest prices!_ at J G Ivarez. We are full to overflowing with '1 hey will remain some time in sunny grass to support a poor seven dollar scrub

You call always buy the List but new spring: goods. Florida, and 1 may decide to remain cow while hundreds of dollars worth of Goods and Fine Stationery
UUSINGSS SOLICITED.J. ter and cheese at I G Alvan'z. Truby, Sternburg & Co. permanently' : in this county.Mr. valuable fencing and timber are destroyed ,
But our people are awakeningand
]1. SEIDLE( 1'ies't A car load of new flour cheaper cool Take your girl .Meacham's: : for a :M. T. Scott, of Palatka, is let u* hope that the days of the "wood

N. W. HACKETT" Cas'r. I than ever at J (j Alvarez.Children's temperance 1- drink. now canvassing the county in the burners" are numbered. School Books, School Supplies

-- LADIES: The health of our community is good,
I \\oolen hoods andsagtre interest of t he TKI.KGUAPH.: Courtesies !
HOARD OR ROOMS. If you want the best shoeonethat and our people generally in good spirits Musical etc.
: -: at J G Alvarez.Ladies' : extended to him will be duly Instruments
\VANTKD-A few Boar ilers on is perfect fitting, call for the and hopetul for the future. ,

reasonable terms, or will let Rooms:, ribbed, .Jersey: undervests Hough & Ford Rochester: :shoe at appreciated' by us. Will try to give you a weekly letter Starks"9 Florida_ '
low J G Alvarez. hereafter.
either ftirni l.ell l or unfurnUJivd. very at Truby, Sternburg &; Co. Nearly every man you meet on ,
Stonewall: Old the '' OCCASIONAL.How -- -
.Jackson Oaken is
Call address street a "commission: man
on or Our stock of shoes i is now com-
Bucket and Old Valley whiskeys There are no drones in :Starke:; volt to Cure La Cnppie. .
:MRS. F. U. JONES, plete.'e will give you bargains ,I THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE
always on hand at All the habitual gents of leisure are From the Des .Moincvs Mail and Times:
S-r.\RK E, FLA. *. in this department.Tinby Mr.I George Teiinant of this city, in conversation ..
Alvarez & Liddon. now "commission men" and 1 the busiest -
Sternburg & Co. with a representative of
W. II. RIVERS The largest: stock of hoes, rakes, people in town. Mail and Times, one evening this! weeK,
I I To say' that we have the best line said: "VeM, 1 took Ihis prevailing in-
muck forks Staike OF THE STATE.JOBBERS
: etc., ever seen in
,-DE.\LEH IN"""" of goods in all our departments, is H. G. Dellart, the champion baseball tlnenz.i. I gave lip worK and went to .

at J G Ah'art.z.The inning' it mild; our stock is simplymnneiise ] pitcher of lime state, is receiving bed.: I had a dreadful cough and was
ShoesJ famous Anlieiiser-Buxh; lager very sick, but am all' right now. ''Weventured
; :and goods are offered as letters every day containing offersfor to ask what remedy had .
::hats beer on ice at Alvarez_&_.il1cloll. low as the lowest j his serxices in the great champion SIII'CI ssful inbixca.se. "0. 'haiuber- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;

Seed potatoes cheap: atWalter Truby, Slernbupg & Co. clubs of the country.We l-un'.i ('oti: li Remedy. I used a \vhoinbattle ,
Clothing Wills.Rustproof it brought me out ail right; I feel
-ami 1- CUSTOM :MADE SHOES. are requested to slate that all right now. We are never without

oats atHciborgcr Ladies we are now handling the the Presbjleiian: Aid Society sociable : Chamberlain's initiieiius in our family. Always keep a full line of the latest: style in >,
Gents' Goods. & Richaid. This testimony: i is only 0110 ot inauythat
Furnishing Hough & FOIlIl'erft luting shoe.
: which was to be held "at Mrs.( might bu given to show the v.iluoofthose -
A new i-trck of men's bats!' cheaper This line of band-sewed goods we 1 D. Q. Cole's this is : preparations. Those who are af-

evening postponed Parlor and Bedroom
DRY 'G000S&NOTIONS. than ever at J (J Alvarez.Mr. (Confidently assert! are the finest shoes until Tuesday even tug next, llieu-d with this mainly would do wellto \ suites, and Chiffoniers.

ll'III'1I0dlll:- offers a good ever handled in Staike. Give us a :March 4th. o use Cli-inibcrlain's. (Cough Ilpmedy.If .
Having just received n large tok" of call. Truby Sternburg & Co. used ilii-fcted it will he (omul effectual. -
the above jroo'ls. we are prepared:! ) tll sup- mule for sale. Mr.( _.T. P Barry, representing' i \. Fifty cent bottles for sale bvV. CLARK & LOFTUS .

'P" ..** plv- your wnnis. Give us a call anti in- The sales of wl.et Home" flour ..J.Y.. Hodges is selling clothing, .1. II. Killouoh: & ('0., of New York, \ IF. UivW. ,
There is danger of lol-
bpeI: our fronds before buying el\':e here. are enormous. No trouble! to sell; :shoes, hats, notions, and in fact everything received for i-ne crate of berries soldon lowing in attack of La pneumonia Ol" l'l'ewhcn

1 RIVERS & JOINER() the second barrel: to a customer. For cheaper than he has ever the :'Jlst! */.GO net. Mr. Bany; CIsinnlK: lai1's Cough/ Kemedy is takenas
sale \ & Richard hef ore. informs directed 1 fur a severe colt\ and care is 40) AND 12 NKST::; BU': STKKKT: ,
that his house
aur23 STAUKB. FLA. by Ileiberger us is one of
used to avoid t exposure. Fifty cent bot- ,
:) A car I )ilrz.; of coin, oats and The school board meet next Mon the best in New York. tlc':' I for sale!bv _\\". lI.Ui\ers._ it I I'I

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, hay: just in at .1 G Alvarez. day. The Suwannee; Diver Route ((;. 'j i \olen from Temple.. j t: > '( SIIClld'JH'C; tsolii-itcd. Jacksonville, Florida.

I I the best machine at S. & F.) have issued a beautiful wonders :._
\ souvenir !
Buy : sc\ ing Well never CCK.C Templesis --
All the hotels and houses
STAKE, F LOU IDA. J (f Al\.rez. boarding eonsi..ting of a handsome en- lo be ii ii corprrated. Yes. Tcmptes : '"" dl 1 You the Best ( ;Inoijs; for't-I. ,' I.ia l- t Moncx"; ...I..;
ire full of guests. wiili. its gr.tnd. old siw mill :and its nuintioiis ---
OPPOSITE DEPOT. graving of where the road crossesthe I
Choice Earl Rose and of
) : Beauty l old shanties is to be in- -
'all and see the new stock of |
:Suwannee On the insideis
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMODATIONS.- Hebron seed potatoes. river.! coiporatedThen' with a mayor a judge

$2.00 Per Day. Ileiberger & Richard. shoes at J. llodger.!:. the old song "1Vav. clown on deSaxvannee I and a m.iislid and Brother Shaw's:: little I House : Furnishing : Goods of All Kinds.

= -cigarettes tobacco I II. :M. Panish has re-opened his libber.! chapel ccOI\lelcll-wolI't\ she loom up likea I ; : : ,
Buy cigais:
distant haystack in a fog!
SPECIAL RATES MADE TO WEEKLY OR uml groceries at market opposite the depot. A lady came in toxvn: on last :Monday I
Our quid little burg was thiovvn into a
MONTHLY BOAUDEKS. Alvarez & Liddon. with a load: of strawberries and I --- ----
City council hold their regularneedling state of great; : incitement ill-t Friday forenoon I I
HOTEL THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND Xctr:1ltsat-": -- next'1'uesday 1 evening.County while crossing the railroad track her by the appearance on our struts ofa I

RUNT IX FIRST-CLASS ORDErt. horse became frightened and dashed large body of men mi horseback in carriages -
Truby, Sternburg &; Co.' commissioners Jdll1l: (f':1lC't.( ; and l Wimlow mli!"'( I Bl ;
meet next up) the street, but fortunatily she and i-n fl'lltluadc.ll.y J. Q .\Ilam; L'S ] Sl.r.iJtHugs c als. S1'ringCUtuftii'ts
J. KLEIfiSCHHIDT> Cedar Key oysters fresh eeryday Monday at the coint house. had mind. hold I Esq of Clarke t with a big book in his I .....
preseuceof enough to .Matm-sM's. ( un'1'Tin
Wlxry : sets, (JJaa...
Looking '
Dec13 Proprktor.h at :Meachiinii, i'i shell opt-ned.} haiul. and acconipanitd: t by the sheriff I s.
__ _____ __ ---- Pirties'i'hill for s New goods of all kinds just received tight reins thus checking the mad I and a constable. The crtd was taken I -..-
oysters I'ul'perwill --
order 4 at J. W. (Hodges. steed in his diabolical: ill tent ion... for a funeral procession; but no, they! I '
please at p. m. :
} u Now i is time muck. were not out to bury any one, only appraisers -
a good to dig
SALEand Job color at this Two ladies the to Willow Reed and Rattan Goods
LIVERY printingg. any joined Baptist This is the cheapest: of all fertilizers of the new road be cut through of all inATTENTION .
office. \\ e arc bound to please. church last llday.Horsl'ha .
and tiller of the soil should here.But
Come and let us price your work every the strangest part of the affair xvns.
before order elsewhere. <:k riding has become quite have a plentiful supply on hand. that: on that same hy the eastern parlof STRA wBERRYMEN !

you fashionable with our young ladies.!' Strew it in the stable, the pigpen! our burg; was visited by a most destructive; Ship{ your Fruit and 1 Wtii'inlilrs' In
Seed potatoes the\wholesale at the chicken house and the water- Forest tire. which nearly wiped H. Ellington's

FEED STABLE, Waker Wills. Several business changes :are closet. It will keep o'her manurefrom home jut of existence. If that ter- :M:.- :tP_ FEOK: :,

about to take place] in our business rille was the result of the visit of ::3:14: WI hill .
CALL STREET. STARKE, FLA, Come and -oUllicw stock of wasting and will bad scourge ''lIli 1IIw'I, N M\ V .Ik lilyI
circles. } that Staike crowd We the sheriff not
F.; EDWARDS, Jr., Prop. millinery J G Alvarez. odors from poisoning the air. to bring them here again pray while it is EO dry. l Bet:< of refi-rcncw I Fur st> nciN; Manks postal; t..rd lami otlicrV.

A new stock of saddles just in at The M. E. parsonage is nearing The way that drunken, dirty, impudent Talk about Miadford\ county I going wet! information apply to \ W. 11.\I LL.1RU I I.o-al Agt.

SADDLE HOUSES and CAHRIAGESaluins J G Alvarez.An completion and is a very creditable. negroes jostle white ladies :She:: is getting lIl is r and drier very}' IllY. STAKKE FLA. .
for Ilnulin pl''ialt.r.Give ,
ready use. ; ; a t
: "me> a cull before you contract entirl'l.v: stock of millinery building.An\ i i off our\ sidewalks on Saturdays, is a Sunday school at Temples! every Sunday

We Strive IoPlease. just received! at J G Alvarez. order of United American sin and a shame, and the manhoodof it 3.o'clock. Mrs I J. (,'. Purdy, superin '
tendent.. All invited) to ;altend.I .
New York lines.
-- I j Finest butter and cheese at Workingmen was formed in town our citizens should rouse them to WILD BII.I.. Mallory's Florida

U. MINER _Walter Wills. this week. put a Stop to this intolerable nuis I _____
If this insolent colored Married-
Seed rustproof oats at J. :M.! Seidle and family are now ance.cannot be: made to observe civility gentry At the residence: of thc.hri.lc's fattier .
Alvarez. located in Mrs. Clark's house on
to the white ladies, at least let Mr. M. X. Geiger. on time night of Feb.
New Boston and
Potatoes, cabbage, apples, etc., at Thompson street. the sidewalks: crossings: be xvider. 14. Mr. C. Dyal and Miss: Alice Geiger, Philadelphia, Florida. .

Meacham's. The masquerade ball at the Com- lev.( Wm. 1<'. Maiphnr ollici.iling.; .
-- A most disastrous forest fire last |fl-l .
--- ----- --- l From
Subscribe: forth ''J Ll.GRAl'lI. mercial Hotel; to night, }promises to Friday, binned\ up almost all the Masonic Memorial services. bailing l ,-. YEW' VOKK, KVKKV FRIDAY 3 p.m. ,

Only a dollar a year. be a grand success.Strawberries fencing 011(1'( A. L. von hire'splai't' The Lake both bodge of 1<'. and A. -IROX STE.\MERS- '

An immense line of harness and With I'radfoid and lodges
Som' fine trees .Masons! adjoining -
are now being shipped orange were
bridle, just received) at F. and A. Masons. held .11 RIO GRANDE .
fI9I from Starke and Lawtey everyday scorched, j-ait: of the strawberry of a melllUl -

Truby, Sternburg &; Co. by the car )oal1.'I patch destroyed: by the mulching -crvice at the: Hed l :delis hall, iu this city, ; Captain Connor.

WATCHMAKERAND Strawberry crates I lower than ever taking fire, and only by the most restertavtfrernuon: over the late II. WEpperson.

& Co.We The young people will have a -dous The hall. in STATE 0 f' TEXAS
at Truby, Sternburg a efforts were the flames stayed was draped mourning ,

have the best line of misses' masquerade ball to-night at the before they reached the buildings\ :llIdItch member wore a badge of Cup tain \\ llltm"! .
Commercial hotel.A .
and children's straw hats ever takento All of his neighbors got part of their mouinin, ::. The en.iceiore \cryappropiiatc -

,;r"J'VELER"ST.RKE. Starke. Truby, Sternburg & Co. great many more vegetables are fencing destroyed together with a and impressive. Seven.1 invited City of San Antonio,

FLA. Two crr"Touh7of: flour just in. being shipped from Starke this season I lot of mulching not yet hauled in. rutsls were present, among whom were Captain r.Steamers .

,CP*' Ial attention riven to repairingVaUhf than ever before; the wife and) child of the ]late member. leave: rarn-in'litiio-i ai-rivil t of train IOAV] n.31) 'H. in.
& Co.
L:Clocks and Jewelry. &c., Ac. All work do Pat Truby, Sternhurg The Bridges Brothers, of Fort ..itro'\ '
Train of the Florid i Centnl A I "ni "iila It fnun all points south, arrive
rcAsonsble pr'cep for cash Umbrella China for sale at this :Mrs.: E. Strong has succeeded in Wayne Ind., :arrived. town on Saturday Whose: memory was honoed. Hev. \Vm.F. in Feruandina-? p.m. Wednesday, nnd I :5a.iii.! Thursdnyr rnkiinofinectiou .

ollice at lOc to 5oc() apiece.An making the hest show of Irish pot- and have since organized a Malphnrs.; Grand Master of Bradford Steam-* stop at ]Jriins\\i-kf:a. only. and arrive in New York Mondays.I'assengers .

J elegant hue of -boys' clothing atoes of any in Starke. class of 25 scholars in vocal music Lodge, delix't-rcG the oration which was arrivingVe lue>djy eHuingill; he taken care of aboard steamer.

j' 0J and several in instrumental. These very louchtng aid approprute. SCIIEDULK ron FEKKUAKYLEAVK :
just received atT."y :Mr.: E Strong will be in Staike
will :SIEAMW; & LHAVE FEIt ,.
gentlemen give a concert at the :NMV Y oRG \\DIX.
& 4TV1 Sternburg &; Co.Boys' next Sunday. The probabilities are The firm of Rivers & Joiner i is
of weeks xvhicii 24 SAN MARCO TlitiiMluy 30
expiration two constitutes Friday, January January
'0.- : suits for $1.50mll1Ul'ward8. that he will come to stay. one term of tutoring. 'l'heyhave dissolved by mutual consent. W. II. {t'ridllv.Januarr 31.. T.\TfJJo' I TEX:;. Thursday<' Lruar\6

'!'<% < S| at Ti'uby, Steinburg & Co. of fame Rivers continues the business in his 1
;r : P Q % o,1 Furniture cheaper than ever *t Mr. Brownlee, strawberry given many prexions concerts nalll('. There will be no other Friday February 14 . STATE OF TEXAS.'Thursdny Februaiy 20

4<..... y $ & Co. has already made a thousand dollars. and one-half of the proceeds were change. Friday Febiumy 21 . ...RIO GKANUE Th.r4)! ) yl-'cbrunry27
V tt ; e .,'i,9.eu 4 Truby, Sternburg from his berries this season. given to the chinches. Friday, February 2$.:STATE: Of: TEXAS..Thursilay March 0
.o J' oQto.s You can always find! fresh Mr. J. G. Alvarez has
( ( 49 groc- II to For information anp'v to
Q' gone general
.. Ja J1) :Mr.: Albert brother of Snmiratde Silting'
.. .. ... 'I'UTLUR, 77 West Bay StreetJaeLs Ha.i. .
w 'I" eiies at Truby. Sternburg &; to. New York to purchase his J IH. ( Agent mville.
(\v' '> '1"-. oem Mr. ..J.V.. [Hodges, our popular Still dry weather here, but we hope it spring < 1C. II CUB,Agent foot Center St. Fernandlna.FU. '
'-J /' "' : .v....: J>:'I"c, ",o.o<:c..e... f.. i'mv your gro nos from young merchant, is in the city. will ruin soon. tock C. H MALLORY & CO.t General Agents, Pier 20, } R-, X. V.M .
7 .f ..' r : '" ...e W:l.lterV ill 51. The peach crop pron.ises to be poor this
.., ,,'c'I". :} c'" .9'J3' 0!.' 4.. Episcopal services were held in the year, but the pear crop will be good. Rev. J. S. Stone, a former missionary -
: te o0
,;;;: ,.- ...":.':!," ;,:: (i ..... Cij" The celebrated Toile du Nord abroad, is now engaged in city missionarywork
.-: church last nightRev.
$ 'o\ .,c t. .. dress goods at Baptist 0, where is the superintendent, of the in New York. lIe says: "I have
...... e"\...ti et. ...e A. .b er Aer & Co. son-Atmore, of Gainesville, officiat- Sunday school? II.is! he left us no one in visited black holes\ in Calcutta and Bom-
## Sternburg
'> Tiuby, his place It seems not. I Rome
., Ion'o0 guess
.. ...e'ib..q., .. t .. ing. bay, where the depravity of the Orient "

...to..c.. (1> ..'1" -4.:4r 1 New seeds just received at Mrs. Dr. A. L. Scott and her lit- thought l>e present the, but former he mounted superintendent himself would upon shows its darkest sides but I never saw RL'YYJK E ,
.. 6 eWooc Trnby, Sternburg & Co. degradation more hopeless. seemed a H E:
/' ofo "g'.r 0 tle :Millie: have returned Ihe little donkey and went to Lnwley toprt
..t: .''''' ,' t o$ ,b awrGl'ol' daughter, buttons burlesque on our nineteenth century _=_=, l 0
i e | T his
o rustproof ; an appointment
(i ,
: civilizition. Mission
.t c. y ;rL home from. thl' r'isit to Colorado work in Luck-
e..'o. (If'...Jo 0"Q'. o"f, ; j 1\t: ruby, Sternburg & Co. regularly on the fourth :Sunday: in each is easier cleaner and .
"' ". .. .-" .. Springs Col. now pleasanter than IE you wit CU-y>l :Property, a /'
oj + .oQo. rc. .,>, month. .
'11<>;$ \ Sash and;l fancy ribbons. in greatvaiiety work amoni: the masses! even of the Ninth

at Trnby 1 Sternburg &; Co. A great many masons were in town 0, yes we met our friend R. Sullivanone Ward of this city. Work among the bar: tl"a'yber.l.rttl"1n: ; n fruit g3Povejfarjn : ,
day last week and I he hid a s':lie that bariuns I.t New fork is ulirorn..n1 c. real.
Mnmin's Extra Dry Ch.imp.ugne' I yesterday: to the memorial meetingover we are ncquiiinted \\ilh-It was a tine hi igl downright hard work." od : : Jana.impl."o''ed. an&: unimp'o'yed

WE treat and PERMANENTLY' : and Dublin Stout for:sale the late II. W. Epperson. l>oy wci hill!! 13 pounds. Sullivan haplenty s: I .
all CHRONIC by
CURB, or >: o PAY. bocliert, of 't.i bcret ] a'nd ?'
IMMCASKS, DFFORMITIESand Alvarez & Liddon.: Mr.:: Andrew Hammn, a former of terries and boys to pick them,. Uu<:klell'. Arnica Salve : ,

J rxL Sr DISELASKS KGIC! :.L of l'M'F.SEX MKX, Woo- resident] of Staike and a famous Some of our boys went to Lawiey this, The bes>Salve in the world for Cuts,, ...cllo"'y pine andiasrar. C.SjV muck
NCN, MUd flMLrtRFN the Tfiiitsof \\ defy competition in price and I of 1 1-ite resident neck to pick berries Rruiso. ';l1rt's. V"'crs.tlt Rheum, t
Imptrjrrt JIt'I'(':'imient. [ strawberry raiser, a I Sores, Tt-tttr, Hands,,. _llnJ1d 4 ;:1r s )iari@' lIek
Iitf1.z'413or.Ejee s, () um style of the: ck thing: we ate offering,. of Ft. Mason, Fla., paid Starke: aI It seems that churches in working ur lei' Chilblains.Fr-yi-r Corns md Chapped all Skin Kruptioi .< .

c, .utl: 1 poitiieU: cnn s Tiles, or in 1 i ie; ''fa"nlJI ng.r Call on 0 D.d.ib'esS; .
.-J-IN t Ii.'" -IT..L in (COI.HMi ---- -- -- i pay re)uireit. I' 1 K guaranteed to giv iI.
: :
for Eustis :1.11:1nll would! d. better
1l1'1it'ul:1.rlfur Thirty-fix e cans of shoes receixci I to-ulortoW 11 c s thereby : C. L. PEEK t-llLwand
"' ll'a!). I;--i.: to l.l": \ \ n!! J pprft-ct Batis.f.u'tinii, or inoiify refunded atty- ,
}.o'fle \.;,.,r.,10'ktF4 l);<. .UKt'R'S JI o co- this 1 week by i shortly go to Cuba to btudy the: I I Land i U still going: up here I Price 25 cent, per &ln \. For sale bj I.y fSHIP -"
1"-1. & tot. .:C-\L IN sr1TCTK. lei y aerlhYd .
u-c f).,....,. .,"UJLIr.. Ty. .o Truby, Sternburg & Co. tobacco business. 4.12. 16 Druggists.! abstractor of Titles. STARKE, FLa.



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Es' -___- __-=_-- __- _-_ CA -FOKCoroiIS AND TllROATBwnrtlal ilisoanEas U:. potent remedies for the!> cti:e of

'; me of abeputiful tiger "lie went one the dog another, How tlwe Wild Bird* are Jtiliet' with a TAltI. JfroeAfHrw *.-"Have never disease hare been di' 'overcfl by accident.
: gradf avil (Emmtt If reminding crep wy Slick from llor d>a 'k. C tarrhal neafnesft-Hay Fever-A New mind respecting them,except I The first dose of Dr. Hhallenberger's Antidote
- ) r grapft, ing on t its prey. I threw my and I went mine, without the remotest Home Treatment. changer my of that which 1 began thinking for Malaria was given a! an experiment -

del the sat and grasped the thwart idea of swimming a match with him, Tho wit turkey)is a famous runner, Sufferers arc not generally aware that wrll otRev.. llenry Ward ohc. bold to an old lady almost dying from the

Ii Published Every Friday.S7AHKK. with my and I never saw him again except in his an rrl< more upon his legs than upon these diseases are contagious, or that they oily in boxes. effects of Malaria, on whom Q'unine actedas
a poison. One due cured her and a
"He was laughing softly t himself, coffin, but t my dying day I shall never wings when pursued. When tho birds are duo to tho presence of living parasites -. loud wnn single dose has cured thousands since.; It '
and considered
of the nose society
: i'UJIUDA evidently enjoying the situation, and at forget, waking or dreaming, my awful are found upon the open prairie, therefore eusuachian 1n the lining: tubes.membrane Microscopic"researchhowever. she's Is A appealing belo her rights 1-Glenn Falls is the only known Antidote for the poison ol .

I __ times rolling out the most horrible experience of being human mouse at the the chase for a man on horseback, has proved this to oe a fact andthe Republican. ___ Malaria ciold uy Vr gt .

---- I knew I was powerless, and in mercy of a human cat, and a rabid one becomes really exciing. Colonel Dodge result of this discovery is that a simple -

BETTER DAYS A COMING. Clrse his cunning ho knew it too. He p'ayed at that." says that in many years a ;o, he remedy has been formulated whereby Ir you are tired taking the large old fashioned DOST say that a woman is a scandal-
to kill them with:a stick Catarrh, Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness griping pills,try Carter's Little Liver bearer; be gallant ana call her a carrier
r l'u11..f trouble, grief and care, }or fully ten minutes ho hovered about "After several insane acts he died ol from horseback. A flock: being simple applications mae at home by the stand everythin- One pill ados c.Try them. -- -_. - '
and best "Tarsil"s Punch'
I An.1 l we.ftn think there" Isn't any use mo, all the time keeping his eyes upon heart failure one week and a day from :prairie two or three miles across, adetour patient once in two OLDEST Cigar.WHERE
l In to 1'N'a"t the billows, was made, and tho horseman, N. B.-This treatment is not a snnn or anointment WHOEVER undertakes to devour poultry -
I trying the I
mine-thoso horrible eves, which day fought him in the boat" both have been discarded by thoroughly plucking itis apt to hot retorts:re plentiful-iu a gashouse. -
Sunriiijt backward toile'pair, rushed with \ ; without
Often ink beneath; oppression) and Abuse. boomed to.burn rod holes into my very "What were your sensations after es coining up from the wood, reputable physicians as injurious. A pamphlet feel down in the mouthWhiteh Tues- .-Boston Herald. --_ .

Rut! the sun of righteous JudgmentMiinrH soul. My Go sir, I was going mad caping from him?" a yell at the birds, frightening them so .explaining this new treatment is sent on

as of old how I suffered and the badly that some would 11 y to tH open rweiiit of three cents in stamps to paypcstapo
I at brightly. myself. saw "My system was wrought t highest A. U. Dixon & Son, cor. of John
". Thonli: the nun ky clouds of Blander fill thetUy chose to suffering pitch of I could not prairie. by .
cunningly prolong my nervousness and King Street, Toronto, Cana-'hri.- -
; ;: ; with his rather than finish sleep eat. In fact I at times The first flight was from four hundred
or Advocate.
Ami, though: ; li darknoHS overwhelm you, deviltry thought <1 _____
Keep your courage stout and bold, me at once. that unless I got relief that I, too \vouW to six hundred yards. appending on thowight Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should 'g

Tleic. arc bt-tter days a-coming by and by., "Whie his bands wore just about to go insane." and fatness of t11! hiId.light I carefully read the above ", %

"When did in;::, ho ran; at full .
recover? SPII'II \ (fnt
throat and his hot blood you
tolled and dark. my bureau yet
.. I1.Le3()tl through light cllth his first flight he would probably: be two Ax employment may b t\ ,
I ncfc!'. burned my cheek he changed his mind, "I don't think I am fully recoveredyet. opened ia Europe where crowned heads

Summer' heat and winter's cold, evidently thinking there would bo more I staid away fnom the office for hundred or three! huwl'ptlUtii ahead of ajob may find work.-N. O. I'ita.rune

!. J:(' tin will not, that jour ambition you might amusement in seeing me drown than three days after the occurrence. I fell of the lessened horseman: but he this alighted. was IT is the man continually. cramped: who Do you suffer '] painor trembling or fluttering sensation !In the

: 4n4 at last, when almost readyOn in murdering me in cold blood. His low-spirited, but did not realize the extent soon aftp1 of his finds diflk-ulty in keeping his head above oppression in shortly region of the heart ? Do you .suffer
On the ; pursuer
; your 1 rt'U>ur to lay hold, game was stand upon tho thwarts and of the shock to niy nerves until I near aJproHi} water.-Texas Sifting*. Do feel
( t ? dull
This formation from constipation you ,
S would another flight. after accompanied: by
fin' 1 :Traudcd the hand of sin! he --- eating, n
n < < ) stealthy capsize the boat, and it kept mo pretty entered into the routine of the work (sa.
not sink lieiu-ath re\er!f' time scarcely tnt. hundred or two hundred Never Say Die! of gas and belching of wind? languid, listless, :and low-spirited, or
busy for a half-hour jumping from sideto here, and then found that my memorywas :
K(-rp) jour heart and true; ards. A Sight generally Sconrzcd with ulcersboil and totter, ? Are fatigued
purpose tender hypochondrical easily -
\ stomach become or you
Though the t-ullen cloud of wrong Is rolling side when he did to counteract his completely gone. I felt almost in thh'l WtMiknf hmllrd sore<>f CV.', Does your
finished i all wing bu-iiu-ss, antI his i H..I>eli'>")now bettor and feel cold and disinclined to take exercise -
high, efforts. This seemed to please him for capacitated for work and was com pel ed surely one Jrowlnl painful under pressure. ,

J w ill one day part asunder, he kept me at it until 1 was nearly dead to keep a daily diar a thing which I further effort! at, escape Wl'rf confined Not at all,poor discouraged sufferer frerldisordered as ii it contained : lump of ice, or one ? Do you suffer from drowsiness
) And the blessed light chine through to rimniug and .'t stick four and scrofulous trouble.!
% ; from exhaustion. We shipped a never did many times dolgiug. hloOl held ? Is after meals and sleep unre-
lL'\'l ,
being against your
Thec1 arc better laj 8 a-cumlng by and by. good fet Ion-' and as large .' finger was Take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery was i 1 you
deal of water at which the turned from desk to the safe, anc
dog howled my and lifesaverof do ?
the hunter amlas tile the great blood-purifying breath offensive, and you experience freshing
1 lien, whatever your condition, and. then the lunatic loft mo more when I got there had absolutely forgotten ('arri.lll." turkey modern days All those unwholesomesores
& L I II 1lu>CI'.CJ'c tc'I] of I lifo.I chastibo: the ( He caught onl by what I went after. In writing I I U\'ned I to avoid the horse, :smart How and blood disorders maybe cured,and an ugly, bitter, slimy taste in the I you have all cr any considerable

'. to >ou lead thel. or struggle in t boxcar, log. i on the head finished its life and the ral'". the victim will look and fecllike a new man. mouth, especially in the morning? Do number of these symptoms, you ara
would down letter 'z1 where I
the tail and it
: off, banged put a
% Ilasc tilIdaunted, 4
I(ucourage lirin. A I killed two turkeys It is to benefit or cure or money !' mUun-
In this way one day l'arTllr.1 often have and are suffering from what is usually
Dualling lot from uiinly strife, it against the Iwat, and treated it so inhumanly should have written the letter a ant1 paid for it promptly you he\Iaches '
JViul I Il'ur that U not chilled by crhin that I was forced to interfere so on." I and. :brother ollicer three, from returr. you troubled with dizziness at times? j I' derstood and taken to be dyspepsia,

I. ear. again, whereupon he shouted: When did your hair turn white?" one flock. Perfection is attained in Dr. Sage's Catarrh Do you suffer from palpitation, or a I but which is really __.
And if. after all your effort". Some days after, another oflicer from l\lcdj'. I cures the worst cases. ..
: frowns upon plan, .'Dry up or get it !' "My wife noticed a few white hairawhich ---- .: r
i It.rtlll jour 01'1 Jours1 the same post went ri with his
L. Holdotirgronnd and .ti aloft your colots "Ills I violence increased, and as the suddenly appeared the next day, out flock ; fly; but 1 about it. About wife. Coming on a turkeys thatmost people will submit t with
.1 u-I !l.pmtI the rolling billows sun was very hot I was in hopes that ho thought nothing favorable po-ition, he proposed, that out protest.-Merchant Travtler. CATARRH OF THE STOMACH0

l .::tr.ttl the yellow, punlit saiuU would become exhausted, but such was a week ago I felt a numbness about my they should catch cne.Afteranpxcitingcha.0e. __ u_ __-- -

I'licre arc heLter days a-coming by and by. not the case. His deviltry for awhilewas temples, and the next morning a patch a fine, larg' Oregon, thn ranullso of Farmer

1 -M. C. ItroMti, In Yankee Blade more annoying than dangerous, of hair as big as your hand above and MildCiuitablecliniatecertain! and abundant
> such about behind my ears was as white as you see tnrd was run down so that he could crops.Best fruit,grain grass stock country In some cases the skin becomes hot I I ease. has reached, it will subdue it, i
FEAKFULTlfVEXTURE.Experience a brandishing an oar scarcely move, and confined in the world. Full information free. Address I
f ) it now. The seilsation-steno- himM'l and dry, particularly the feet and taken according to directions for a reasonable -
head and trying to catch jno creeping
my to avoiding the feet of the horses.The o Imiuigratjonl3oardPortlandOregon>
off my; guard so that he might tip the thing akin to tho feeling in your lib officer had.! no stick to kill I I with, ref"l -- --- -- hands ; in others, again, the feet and I length of time. One or two

..' with a Having Mania boat over.t last he quit laughing at after it has been asleep or after and in his excitement, he Br their fruits almanac-makers you shall know then anS, hand-: arc cold, and there is great heat of Dr. Pierce's Pellets taken with the

'in an Open Boat. mtt and gazed stolidly at me for fully pricking sensation has left it-came on could catch- a I bird so thinking(xlau"l(' therefore by their (lat.s., the nOWI in the body and head. Sometimes "Discovery" will add to its efficacy in

live minutes, then threw the anchor periodically and always left a white ho. sprang f"i. ) his horse, and took aftertIme is sack-re there are sharp pains, front and back, case the liver i very torpid and tho
and can plainly see that THE monk's penitential garb a
: ovorljoard. He picked up an oar which, path now you turkey on foot. Ho ran his best.but, affair. Washington tinder the shoulders and there may be constipated.
ligious bowel
\ ('olle Student t'-of* Mail Three Mile* it is an impossibility to distinguish the Capihtl
the ho
by way, guarded very cautiously, tho 1illlrn just fast enough to a\oH -- chronic diarrhea. The tongue is usually The "Golden Medical Dicover" lathe
; from Shore and Endf&'ora to Tak.Ills original color of hair which was froma
if he knew I of my the nearly always comes
\ as i plsH'ssed myself his clutch, and finally: when utterly 1.in fit( there is and only medicine guaranteed to
I rriii one 1 would us it of de- aUl prompt
Turned White. ( (:pun blown and exhausted be gave up i tho Little Liver forget is benefit or cure In case of Catarrh
: ) fense. Ho whirled the oar in the air while, if you will run your liuunlsthrough VOI't. tl s vomiting after meals. The appetite every
chase ho turned to his hor-e --- -
and then made a jab at nH with all theaccuracy it now, you wil seo that it n plain in the !fI' and his wife disai MAST a-man-- -never- gets on the popularside variable, generally poor, and there is of the Stomach, or money paid for it
Hay\vard Johnston is one of tho bestl.nown of a Zulu with an assegai. coarsl and wiry. I carry to my tfravo Ilh.tan.'f till htj joins the silent majority.-ruck. an excessive flow of saliva. The will be promptly refunded. The "Dis
full oren
striking liu1 horse in the .
pl..uitof run:!
J \ insurance men in Wall Tho blade head tho indelible reminder of a horror that way.Ho increased fever acts specifically the affected
btr't fw my had to walk about eight miles to The best cough medicine is Piso's Cure patient puffers an covery" upon
k. I tas the New York Herald, almost and to this I haunts me, and I fully believe will
membranes of the
grazing stomach
my oar, the post, and for sunn- months wanlt for Consumption. everywhere. 2.>c. during the night, frequently perspires lining -
I12 i ii;,the interests several large estates laughed and said: haunt me to the tnt. i ---- with the morbid conditions
quite safe to say "turlvey" to him.- while asleep and is troubled subduing
I look after. He is and slim in EVERT hasn't a mission. Neither
tif to miss
tal a good one; you nearly
Youth's Companion. Life. "heartburn." Generally the face is therein and preventing their
mansion.- existing
j Imild, apparently thirty yeurs old, wear, winged mo that time.' PROVERBS FROM POPE. -- hns every man a
: flushed the kin becomes sallow, and degenerating into ulceration or possibly I
.Joe ll ui hit t in or
a elean-hhaven face, and is qUiet and('x- *'Jiit he was not in the moot for con- I TCa" ------- --- -

: : tremelyourteous in his dealings. Of vorsation. His cat and mouse tactics illustrations Suitable In for Life.Almost .\1 Occasion A party oncampfd< near .leanuetto, sometimes there is a dry,hacking cough, cancerous disease. It contains no

I lute his appearance has changed so much were changed, and instead saw slln.I I llxas1np".ll a phantom lynching while the voice is hoarse: and husk alcohol to inebriate ; no sugar or syrupto
The list of
that o\en casual acquaintances have morose, crafty murder. lie soonied following proverbial cx- the other night. Two men dreamed Isl.ing ] Not all of the foregoing symptomsar ferment and further derange diges I
taken the of
cru(1 from
noted it much t his annoyance, while enjoy at each jab ho would presiions writings 11ln strung up 1 1\.' a mob and present in every case. The more tion. As wonderful in its curative result
t i interesting:
Pope are
his }personal friends have been thunder- emit a hissing sound through his clinched warned related their fxp.rkn.'('. A.! c.mplicat K\ery day wo are or warn they discussed i it t,
blruck at the
change. teeth. others, thatA ,011 011 01''lr\f the greater the number and diversityof composition. stands alone-incomparable -
Ir. Johnston's law office at GO Wall thaf t the ground was very damp, put out I
"At last ho tho and '
dropped oar
: i L 4i the liver is remedy for the above
little is tiling. Generally as
a : symptoms.
learning his hand and it I 1
'I street, and it was there that gentleman I havo : fl'IOI 1111(11 lightlyer the

sat in his easy chair and told history sprang upon for me. wOIIJn't life. His face given now Every day we experience, either in short, coarse, prairie grass remarking fx'cb1 torpid and many times the kidneys described, distressing and dangerous

of his awful encounter with a half-penco was as white as my marble, and his eyes, our case or that of our neighbors,' thH as he did s., that i was tUo! heaviest fal more or less inold.I malady which afflicts so many of our
-- madman, the result of which has marked sunken deep into his hoad, truth of the's.iying, that of dew ho had. o-ior !..n. ]lut!; as ho is in the cure of this distressing people in all stations of life. .

I him for life-a young man with the live coals. I threw hurelltl.he Kools rush in ,here angels fear to trend. raised his hand to tlm- horror of tho malady that Dr. rier c's Golden { WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL AsSOCIATION
up my : : <
I and Wo leave a pleasant party with the party tho light of tho iiro showed to -7J- % ,
nows of three-score ten crowninghim. grasped my wrists, and no vise over hada i ical Discovery has acquired world-wide Manufacturers, C63 Main I
He said praise that it has with what -
: harder grip than he. His breath camp proved 1,1 dripping lllkl'cm".t sirk- 1"f fame No matter what stage the dis- Buffalo, N. Y.
The feast of and the flow of soul. Street
Three I went to a reiton ?ningly like On
years ago frnd'sCcHntr in short gasps and ho rolled his tonguo 1.loot. ilwtatln .
place, near Uridfjcport, recreation. We exercise hospitality on the principle this bloody dew was fOUlct thick and -
about like an English bulldog ready to Ir-- .
One day wo went sailing and toWdl'olp vi.scid all under. the tire b.-neath which .,' "". ),

4 lishing tin the sound, and in the course bo unleashed. the ('0111/ speed the 'Girting they sat. They broke and departed .sat;:" .o ".'", :' /7 'S. CFP: ; DforlnincrNICllot +
Quicker( than I can it ho lifted I'aml ": $500 "
pay KUCht.We ONE: .
of he asked in haste. On ENJOYSDoth
c'tJ\rsatt my opinion Imll. they saw :: the proprietors Of DR.SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
mo up drew my face close to his, and defend our ambition as sr.i
nliout selecting law as a study, and' three ghostly rorpsf.s ,dangling from the method and results when BYWPTOMsi obstruction ef nose dl cb'\le'

1 advised him strongly 1o do so, which with those most hrrihll curses hi- consigned The glorious fault of angels: and of jiodt.Wo rho tree tinder'] which they hail been Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasantand w.wcic'. falling into -.T.Rcn..Jflllchf.:. fom.'tir protul. ry. and aerm'!.at thlCk
: mo to the lowest depths of the excuse our preoeupation.itli social ; t I \Z-. ': tenacious, mucous, purulent. .boy putrid: f't wak.ringing (
f. he did; thus you see I am inadvertentlyri'sptnsihln bottomless pits. ('iLuipiIig. 1'tlin.lHXt: day theyliMnvored refreshing to the taste, and nets F.( y; deafness difficulty dit1 thrnt expectoration of offensive matter ,
for future happenings questions with the pI'a that no trace of fio! specters, hut breath offensive; smell and tate and jrenenl debility. Only a
ant .'You shall die:' he shriekrd. and, The proper.study of mankind i'llal.ro gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, ., ,,1- few of these symptoms likely be present at once. Thousands Of CA
white hair. friend himself with old
tuv My applied on talking an hunter learned result in and end in the grave
_1 ] assiduously to the study of law als then I happened to think that insane \ fancy in our satirical moods that three men had been hnngcd on the treo Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system Hy Hs mild, soothing antis'-ptio.consumption rllansin"and healing properties, r>r. SB:'* Remedy

I'i Columbia and received his diploma persons sometimes had their minds diverted we for I'tll.-"tl'ang away back in tho effectually, dispels colds, headaches cur the worst CaIS. Only t 5{ 'Sol by druggists everywhere. .

shortly before the awful fight took place by a sudden suggestion entirely Shoot folly as it flics.Even )O's-Chiao : and fevers and cures habitual

;, which I am leading up to. foreign t the subject in hand. when in our literary compositions Consumption Surely Cured. constipation. Syrup of Figs is the

f '**In the first week in last .June I visited "I can't tell you what I thought of in we striver To THE EniTon:-Fleaso inform your only remedy of its kind ever pro

< .- .-' his place near Bridgeport again and those few seconds while he held me snatch I grace beyond the reach of nrt. readers that I have : positive remcdfor. duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable J
informed there as a child in the grasp of a giant, w yet admire the rule of tho above named disease. By its timely Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physicians.
; his relatives that he
j was by ( lomposiion- use thousands of hopeless cases have been to the stomach, prompt in Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the
would arrive the next day. As felt" but with a sudden and The last and greatest art-to b'ot. Children take it without
wo perlltoryoil'e permanently cured. 1 shall be glad to slndtwo its acton and truly beneficial in its taste. objection. By druggists.
.4 ,A a, Damon and Pythias friendship for I said: In our frivolous moods we are bottles of mv remedy IVIEK to any of from the
prepared only most
S oarh other I was naturally pleased at "'I'll bet you a box of cigars or a new ricased 'With :rattle, tickled with 1 btraM your readers who have consumption if they ,
hat that can't outswim the dog.' I will scud mo their express and huostflieoadthess. healthy and agreeable substances,
this news, hut when they told mo that you We fall in love,
A. SUM'i M, Jl. C., its
'Oiard study had unnerved him and that .'I can't, eh?' he said. Til take both .\1\1 beauty draws us with a Finale hair. lespeltuI.\ New York.Ir many excellent qualities commend -
lSllcar ( .
it to all and have made it --
-- -
they feared that tho balance-wheels of bets. Vexed at our wives expressing na .

t his brain were clogged a little I felt "He dropped my hands and began to preference for one course or another, w( it is the her choir-singer own fault She doesn't has get her along chants well in the most popular remedy known. A Planters Experience. THE DINGEE & CONARD CO.'S

sorry for him and made up my mind t disrobe, and then for the first time in cry, I life.-Washington Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c 31y plantation i* in a malarial dls-

: do al in ny power to divert him. two hours I drew a long breath. 1 felt Most women have no character at all. Capital and $1 bottles by all leading drug- net I employ,w here ISO f bands ever and; frequently agne prevailed.half NEW BOOK HFLOWERS ROSES

1 "He came and was overjoyed t see that i I could get him in the water I Appealed t for mere house-money Unprecedented.Never gists. Any reliable druggist who of them were nick. I wa nearly discouraged HARDY PLANTS,

: me but 1 noticed that he was not his could row away from him and at least we say, States has before there in tI history such a Winter of the United as the may not have it on hand will pro BULBS L'*SEEDS.

,I old The day of his arrival, keep out of his Finally, ho That is at heart I to nil who W> ITrrPORTPAin
,(1. abut way. stoo every woman a rako. present, and never before in its history cure it promptly for any one who ; FREE write for IU IX'OK. ..(.

one (( in the afternoon, I proposed nude before 1( I picked up a piece Yielding, we defend our (extravagance have the people been afforded such facilities wishes to try Do not ...rh.1"OI.1... ( I

.3 l to row on the sound. Ho acquiesced, wood, threw it far out in the water and with fos travel as are now given by the New it accept. is-pins 16 Choice KTer-Hlooralnif Rose...mil Inbclml...$1.OO
Choice Ever
substitute. 8 Blooming Ko ..
York Central and Hudson lliver Railroad. allabplpd. ,6
t any _. .... .
8 Ir-c
8 kind .
and as he was a powerful athlete and then threw the dog in. If to sonic female errors fall. Chrysanthemums. bl.l.c
11'1 shar' Eight magnificently equipped passenger In 1 eath.10 Tar.FlowerS" J .**
plt. .
A accustomed to rowing a boat I sat'down "Splash went my crazy friend, and Look on her face, and 'ou'l forget'(I all trains traverse the Empire State daily, arriving CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 28 Write' vara.Vricct.for Seed.. f-r Fam'lj(01"..1.IM

!. in the stern and ho took up the oars. then I went for the anchor, but his eyes How many times have orators quoted at and dllartlg from( randCentralStation SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. OF to-dar}LOWEZi-F.e. onr up rbly..11.Illiutrntcil de.ribi ISEWBOIIK thalxtvr .
Tho result wa' My men
:, What I had said to him in the meantime were on me and back to the boat he Just as the twig is hl'lt. the tree's inclined MetropoIis.-ew, in yeT'( York' of Times.'Tho Aincri- LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. became ntrong!; maryelon.,and I nave DINOEK romjilpie ft CONARD M t nnl CO.poorerf. Box others.25,West. Grove, .
appeared t have great weight cam( He grasped the side and essayedto What moralist contemplates the universe had no riirllitir trouble. With these i9-NAMI. THIS PAVER mrj Uaajw,ni&.
pills I viculd not fear to It vein any -
Li( with him, and though ho appeared excited tip it over, and then for ten minutesI without tho reflection that it is THE: eras bill comes under the classification awaml" E.KlVALiayonSaraLa.Sold SAVE FROM 10 TO 15( PER CENT. BY

I thought nothing of it. We con- went through the same maneuvers A mighty merge but not without a plan. of light expenditures.-Washington :: OTHERS SENDING TOUR
t4 Eveywliere.Oflico ORDERS DIRECT TO
i CapitaL .._ .. ., __ ._ ,
\rsld on sundry topics unti about that I did before. He would hang on to How often lalia o Ilampdens -- 4A. Murray St..New

II three miles from shore, rested the side and I would sit on the oppositeside. brought down with. TUB time is not far distant when King YorkSF. \ & k

1 on his oars and looked me in the will only be read about as curios and fIEHD"aAKEbI OZANNE CO. C.
1 eye. Then he would let go and I would \1 honest man's the noblest work of God ,
sting specimens of a past age and people .
"He then began to talk Iwisterously have to jump for the middle of the boat. Ur gain. applause for the sentimentthat I wonder why they were tleratl A ,\ TINWAREHOUSE!

I and reviled me and his friends, using Then the dog came up, and I pushed him I \\'i,(l-uthnt cated a Kng WHOLESALE CHINA, GLASS 0 TIA

I the most awful oaths I had ever har away time and again, until at last I had Worth u>ukes the man, the want of It the fellow -Texas rlceivc big. salary as a museum freak oTJ kirwLY ,! FURNISHING GOODS. Lamps and Lamp Goods a
Sittings.BASHFCLKESS Speciat..1.UU
I '-? which astonished me, as I never hear to fight a mad dog and a mad man. Lamp. Oils.' Orate Kefrlutrnt. OrnnItcivurr. !: :TILLS FAPIktncj dm*jMwnik
4 an oath from his lips hforl and I knlw "Some people would blame me for not In fact, thrl is scarcely an occasion is very becoming sometimes nrers of PI-AI utlervuntl unit 8Hversirc, ,' .\\\ ;1"llr"rt-TIX.W.V .
him tojx a man without vices. I tried in life which does a young man, but it is well for l him to LESSENS KB. O.Y I,VAN IZE ) KO.WAKE. TRADEMARK AGENTS WANTED to SEll
and either on Pope not ;
taking an oar the supplysome
killing PANNGER TO I'diee.$ and Knct'iry,SSI second
it if ho is to board all-r"'n trC't
..Q to reason with him, but this brugh on lunatic or else knocking him into insensibility more or less appropriate illustra- ,fet' 0\11 Journal. going -Somer..ie LFE Opox Bend for Catalojrm[. and Price List i nml WHITEPINELINIMENT
city call u- )1 TEAXESSEE.HXAME
4 his first act of violence; and 1hn knew but he was my friend, and I ton, some instance of "what oft was )MOTHER I QI THIS PAPI.FUPIIN.;" ,.rl.r .

I was alone, figuratively speaking, with would not do that even thought, but ne'er so express'd. HOWEVER much the American girl may 'I
save own .TO N
t my wl satirize the "Lord MOTES I "n CH I LD'I
foreign it is observedhat
a madman in the middle of the "
American Notes and
life. After he had been }jn the water Queries. whatever her profession she CURE ,
's for there was not boat in clings BRADFIELD REGULATOR Ctt ATLANTA I FITS !
a sight, hat an hour he climbed 1nto the boat :vith books or steel to the title of "Lady.- un THE CONQUEROR OF PAIN.
and the alive IOL DRUCCS7B.DrUuIL'3 :
only thing within tnreemiles that I in SOME OHIO GYPSIES. Puck.THR. JL I
insisted go swimming, When I cure I do not
t. say mean merely to them Address LOUIO I.ArICANS0N,
of us was a little dog which accompanied roratinio tht-n hn.them turn stol REGISTEREDra
Then I called his better Ind r niMin. ararli.jil .
upon feelingsand man who likes his own talk bestIhould I harp Iean MEMPJU. TENNESSKKnMjoavrttfc -
They Own '"ny"IDe 'arm. Can Not cur. mi'le the diwane of FITS,Fl'lI.E1.Vor -
j us. With eyes blazing andhis it worked like a charm. I told him He:Induced to Till Them.A Jut. be shut up with a phonograph; but KALLISCrSICKNESSahff,HjnpMiidv. I war- .AMJl X1U3 PAPER rnrj

face distorted with insane rage and I didn't nidi :man is not satisfied unless other people others runt my hay.remedy to cure the wor.t c.iti'Iterative BOfLERS, SHAFTING
dare to go into the water unlessI modest brick house failed Is no reason for not now acur.
funning he quickly rose from his seat standing a little hear him. That is what makes him a S-n.l"t once for a treatise a nd a l>'i'r..enlnl' of Paltry 8tfRI Paropa.
was near shore, where I could take a way back from the street, in a Nuisance.-N. O. Picayune."CaEDIT" my .''. (Jive Kxpresg and rout. 'fi-e. ATLAS Inaplriitora. Etc. Planta.tloa .
h : and struclfrine three or four times on suhur1 l .to. KOOT. M. <. 13 Pearl t red,> ort. Mil and
brisk walk afterward and then I got -- .. Hr..mhoa
of the city of Dayton. 0., is prop OIL 3-MAMI THIS FAPCIUnry km.,.wnu. ArU.eturd )
The head with such ability and strength is likely to mature into 'UK&
under the -- --
him to go in pretenseof very TRADE MARK; ---- --
and for of the
again. erty a part year the homeof
that lit bore down Traveler.
my hscredlt-ef'bant I E
which 1iTD
getting tho was
guar swimming of wide the JOII.VE.ENGINES.
tI ( can imagine my psiton. alono about the Irnat. (ypsy to throne in repute Little( hir-ap WHEX the self-mademangoesinto politics klLl-S* parent a Eg ; .
i t 1 with :lunatic a man sane chased the all the time ac is apt to find that officials are machine er ." CABY I o S AJU THIS DLE. "epil.Tea.
1( dog, curs- hero and hereabout, is the rendezvousof madc.Puck.A Cough Syrup cough : For Box b Bx __, :! PAI1&nvj jf".
moments could throw c
,: over I ot Atrutiy-
ing it and threatening all sorts of dire band tribe. o'r H de
I took his blows a numerous or This settlement CANUIEd.kLBOA.V-N I you !-thrm notice fool-
pood-natHrodly and told things both to the dog and m& Ho Is-widely known the home DOLLAR in your hand is worth two pairsf I I.T AND C-ARIFrjIXT RICHES I !;airay time on I Hung that don't pay.
as of
: him that 'had changed from friend I PCTi'p. Address send SI at once l"r'laI niUcent outflt
dollar "marked down from?1.50.
gloves '
I a caught the brute and fried; to Great New
{ poor llll some of the richest and most influential %EAI QUARTE'F FLOYD Stanley Bookl if
to an on >iny. and this only enraged him Detroit Free Pre a MOOPEY. MEMPHIS.Ely's book and terms not saliifm lory we will relurd
drown it, at shouted t'l him.
families of rypsydom, them w.aLa rue rl'k needed both
and made him among the U your money; no ; no capital ;
more malicious. Never He had been in the water about in hour Stanleys of whom the STRONG presumptive evidencc-finding lades and gentlemen emp oy.<); don't loose tim.,
for an instant did his bloodshot present head, In writing;"step In while he are troubled:
eyes and was beginning to get tired.Vhen Levi, is called tho King. This Levi your neighlor's pocket pencil in your oat.binGripsack day are worth dollar*. Addrt .. y. JOHNSON
leave face and did mine leave CATARRH .
my never & CO. 1009 Main Rlehmoad. V*
shout he 8t..t.
J t his and in an Instant the improbabilities he harl my dropped< tho dog tanley i is a "hort heavy-set man of TilAXE THIS FAPIK wrj i.ysssi't&.
and swam the boat, shouting: Til BOODLE aldermen and absconding cashiers -- -
t something over seventy years; he is still 1, iff ..
of tho of Dr. Dr. WAt.EE-MAIig. TW Crt.t

vk L\ and Mr. 1)11c.strange were story obliterated, Jekyll to my (ki :ro near!r'I Il ki: Til you tell!" When what he strong and active, with a ruddy cheek question refuse to exeeptin discuss the Canada.Canadian-Texas annexation Sittings. I Cream Balm FITS nently Doctor,Cure.Po.IU..I rS-FIT--FIT.by. \')*.antly and Pernta-Indian

mill at llast 'aml you and bright eye. Much of his time is FIT I S RootJark", Plant, etc. Send for Ilu. :
( t my handsome debonair I'll do. L ( two hours the iniquitvof Iv- Cold in Head F le treatment talk. "' .111U.r11IDI.U
.. Iwim you a race. upon .
f friend I fiend incarnate his 'oldest Levi .Ir. .
saw a as as any whip son. a ing and then blandly ask one of tho leucinmemhers
V. Dante ever found in hell. The musclesand "All right, Il swim 'Ol a race," and wart handsome man of fifty assumes of tho conjrrepation how lke< ELY BROS,U Warren_ St..S.T. _ 5AJU THIS PAPIH.to.y"vnUbo

cords of neck were swelled anabnormal then climbed the boat insisting thatI much of the active direction of affairs, the sermon.-Somervilf'c J ou mal
hs t row but I persuaded him do --. N'EEDLES (YorailSewinMsehlfl6q. HARDEN the GUM
( : his lips were thin and t so on looking after property etc.
tiz( A FANCY handle on an umbrella doesn'1 | STAMMitlt Goons Only.: T and preserve tho TEETH
lightly (lawn over his teeth much likea thC pretext that it would warm him Lying !'aUHr about to the north of help shed rain, and is more apt to attrac" OS&.Cq SHUTTLES :The Trade Smipplird.send Tie kO-KO T1rt. l'ruggi ltsand Itnera

mad dogV his .kin was darker than up: and there I sat with his insane are fine farms thieves.-Puck. whole-ale pnre ( sall per
: ? Dayton many owned by -- I l''"t BLZLOCK M'F'OCO.. PAPER th .
> mt&CTAUI
when in a normal condition; his eyes eyes, tiJ upon me al the while them. At present most of the farms are S F I REPAI!RS CM)LOCUM st.;>t.Loui9.Mo. _SP&1 rm
ho was sending the with EVER\ applicant for membership in thE p SUYAMZliI5 PAPER.t". .. AGENTS WANTED for the
I b4pht pupils contracted, flashing red powerful ha thA hands nf tenants. for however Illustrious and Honorable Order of latin ABS ch11 O I HnLCI"(>nly<.emnie 'KW: STANLEY

ly: his (eyebrows drawn down into a strokes homeward. near the Gypsy may be t the primeval nza bas to ho giventhe grip' before h I WAT STRONG ArrOflNEy and I'ictmireuqueAfrjea. S.olehnmene.. No capital -

malignant scowl: his forehead a mass oft Vhen we got within one hundred man. he has not developed a strong I is recognized as being i good standing.- AT JAW" !n od,,l.(Outltii excl,&-.-" fp. Will pay you to wri.for .
230 StaIn Street. &tCAL Pi Co Louis.Mo.
oJte.1 at t 11.T !
wrinkles and the swelling veins on his yards of shore there was a splash. It liking for the labor of the primeval occupation. Philadelphia Iress.Totaly Great public interest Is felt In this matter all ore r t:PJCII. ATTENTION EUPII" TEN." AND t
the country a< one ln'i>trinz patriotic ,rid* inthi S .i FERTAI.NI.Na TO CII.UrT". TDK BEST tUDE. Wirrantrd.
temples seemed t burst. was the dog. Disgusted with the ill- youth of America. WE SUPPLY THE W' !THIS .,. .TATE. WAGO N S
:AJ PAlS. 't. .ift.cxc5 JKID..SM! : 2Yia..3a3ln.. .37.
"iIe gave a prowl ike a demon treatment he had received he had The traveling and camping parties are Helpless Best BUNTING FLAGS Faroun t Laborers Uaioa aUok _g.Wickliff, Kj.

_, wliichrnu&.ed the little dog and for an jumped out of the boat and was swim- the most interesting and picturesqueof full size,at 1O |.r-rrcnt. discount from UEGCLAl, BUSINESS COLLEGE --- -

instant hiattention was called to the ming for life. The madman drew in Gypsy life. These usually consist ofa taken with sciaticrheuma- TPKICES Tt> HI I THIS BPFCIAL DEMAND OIOO MF.SIPUIIS. TIx.. $5 to $8 a day. Samples worth ifi.I->
luckle&s canine which he maltreated his oars and with ti-minmr leg and arms, nb'was confined to my "'l lend von btf,1 BK"'hna Ut ur lucia : to"ffet.Vnl",
a curse leaped after the "t:: 11LIIa
single & Hol1.lcl
family term family Upton's Tactics for Drill
meaning bed entirely bel pless. In August I was just able to Study. nAlelU.IEE _: r ehamefully, banging it about the bat the dog. The water was shallow and the whole blood connection. It move around. I was reduced to a mere skeleton, --.- -y.
until it slunk under a seat. All the he through the mud and rushes my appetite was entirely Rone' and my friends BAND MILITARY UNIFORMS COPIES of Popular o"el .FREE to any UnUC STCDT- Book keepingPennnn'hlp.AritbIIU -
founded comprise one dozen I one svnriintf 25
or a 5 c"nti tor one box of
C lay wagons thought I coull not live. I took.mot everythg.butwitbnogoo1re5u1ts. : Premium All nl C Shorthand em thnrougUIr taught
friend MCA
\\hile indulged in chucklesand 8AIVE.ddresVJ.. .
my the 0. W. \ met
dog, bringing it and from three four SIMMONS & Co.,
or to nearly half a Oao d.Y, rcajinl tbiiit JCXGKIND. Pharmacist LITTLE Roc by : free. CKT I O11ECE,Buffalo.T.
demoniacal laughter, and when I balk with, him. This seemed to be hundred people. They make longer taking Hood's Sarsapanlla In April and L Oak Hail, Bo.ton.PAfZ&tnr IJU8 rATUl"c.., .mu.PATENTS ARK.a&xz _mall.l TUI Piria... UT,"!. ..
tried take May.I concluded to it. One bottle -AM2 TEIS /eo jmvrita. '-
to the dog's he turned try gave me so
Rome satisfaction
part for
the dog fairly short journeys, as directed by the A. N. : 1274.
King. much relief that I took four bottles,and since then ForL KF. _
upon mo. and then followed a struggle cowered under the shower of curses be stopping at each place as long as the I hare pot been troubled with rheumatism and m v AGENTS OTlUI CV'C "PtORATIOXS h! BOOK nSTORs.40Is.I EF. -- r-
which is the direct cause of my white upon him. general health has never been better." WM. p,. WANTED' 0 I AI1LCI O Africa. ievB'yL, .Attnrn y ADVERTISERS PL
status of the horse
stwe and palmistry trade at Law, ,D.C. tate that yom the _' la tkJU
Wuhinjtou A"er
Lair. TAYLOR.Emporium Cameron Co. Penn. $3.oo. Beat termi. National Co., ,
"At last we reached the shore, fastened warrants. James K. Reeve, in Chau- Publ.hDi 1t Lui. w3Las p&pza. "tto.J- paper. .

ggop, "'b" boat was a flat-bottomed one, the Loa: and then I told him to, tauquan. Hood's Sarsaparilla

.'. and. therefore, w(could not move abut, run up to the house and get some dry
\ much. I time had Sold by all d clothes rlgi
my come. and
ffI on take a I
as A
rl'St was confident Michigan man who officiated as by C. I hOOD CO.. Apothecaries. Lowell
::4 slowly ll'nt over me, with his hands i I would beat him in the for friend 1"1
swimuiiny- groomsman a afterward
.1 iurking convulsively, his lo\emcnt, match. ; a bill for two dollars for his services sentin 100 Doses One Dollar I


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