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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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DEVOTED TO THE. INTERESTS OF STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY- AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. .

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V< L. XI. :* STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1890. NO. 38.



ADVERTISING RATEb- : LITTLE PITCHERS. neighbors. Money would procure food at for money, and my last dollar had goneto DANGERS OF LIGHTNING. from 1,000 to 5O. Before her death A NOTABLE CRACKSMAN.,

BTACK J w I w I 1 m :I ID 6 m 12 IB some price. The stage made occasional fo a bit of hard-tack some days three years ago, she a 'will grantIng of
I I' \ Little pitchers whose cars are long pay Freaks of Electricity During Serer ODe Leaf from the Memoirs Billy .
; 7 Shall be the burden of trips, and those who could escaped from before. freedom to all her slaves and distributing Bank
I square.. lina.t: isot 2O :$ ; 7 00*:3 Oi my song! ; Thunder.Storm ter. BuClal.Te
( IqUHICCI 1 50 2 25 I 3 00 601110 Ul5)! 00 Frollcrtome boys and laughing girls the hills by that outlet. Weak and weary. I toiled down" into H. A. Hazen, of Washington, in a communication to them valuable presents and Anglo-Saxon race produces all
squares. '2 00 3 &OJ 6 0) 10 00 J6 00':0';:: OQi' With rosy checks and clustering curls, Not far from our claim we had sheltered the valley where stood tho huddle-
The of
to Science the daring
J:: oQ1IIlrelll 7 tO 10 lJUll (lOj 1H 03 );,r.s 03so With eyes of black and brr *n and blue- says attempt settement einent burglar
fa squares :10 (Ki| 15 '0 id -.'5 00 OO'KI no Who so worthy of song as you. ourselves in a mountain cave, huts known as Gold City. of that paper to obtain information regarding are hundreds of young gtrls American burglars and of their brethren

Ten centia line for the first and fin ceota f "JJttle pitchers! where we had resolved to pass tho The stage 'from Cheyenne stood in lightning strokes and their who are sold to persons who sell themor in the allied profession of train-robbing

line forca<4 subsequent insertion. winter. We were comfortable enough, front of the post-oflice as I came past a damage is very praiseworthy, and it is exchange them for others of greater .. has a world-wide fame. Englishmen,
Special for time advertisements Would father secret of state
rites confideTo
upon a and stored provisions for future need lino of huts. My heart beat in a sort of beauty. is revolting to s"o to what conservative show
application the offlce.SUBSCRIPTION. a chosen comrade,true and tried? to be hoped it will result in a clearer I in their slow way
Has mother something of moment deep and then had considerable money re ecstacy for a moment. understanding of the danger from these extent slavery is encouraged here, and I but little'less ability, though perhaps*

Too weighty for her alone to keep? maining."I What if the Kansan had returned the strokes to unprotected houses. I have how many of these poor creatures less brilliancy. Whenever on the continent -

,- RATES: Of quiet nooks they may well beware. don't think the Black Hills are loan? I hurried into the slab building heard intelligent men say that a lightning would like to fly away from the brutal- i mail bags are stolen, banks or great

One year....................... ............fl 00fir For without"Little a doubt they" are listening there what they are cracked up to be, .Jim," and eagerly:;! waited my turn for mail. rod attracted the lightning, and ity of their masters, and how many jewelers Englishmen do the
: monthf.............................. 50 pitchers. said :Ned Chandler one day in mid- "Yes, there's a letter," said the post- was more dangerous than none. Thisis others are exported against their will. work. rbbd rcjbbery of French
nubseriptions must be paid Invariably In Little pitchers ask questions queer winter smile duo." In general slavery here is the curse of
advance. Xo discriminations in favor or any a gum playing over his master, "ten cents unquestionably an entirely erroneous mails which took place about a year ago
body. tiC'.ommualcaUonll That Little sometimes care they for cause hint us or to frown-quake with fear; rugged countenance. I hadn't the money. The postmaster, supposition, in case the lightning rod the country.-Constantinople 'or. Lon was a joint effort of Englishmen and

Interest solicited from upon all all parts matters of the of county local Like Banquo's ghost they will not "down;" "Not getting homesick, Ned, I hope?'' however, permitted mo to take tho let has a good ground, for its whole duty i don News Americans
Words that are icy and looks that freeze said I. "You know we expect to find a ter and open it. I know my hand trembled to cause electricity of increased tension HATS AND BONNETS. In many cases these artists are. Anglo-

"tt' Alike are wasted on rogues like these- bonanza in the spring." as I road the postmark-a town in to pass off silently and insensibly Americans. Every now and then a

SECRET SOCIETIES. "Little pitchers." I was not as cheerful at heart as I Kansas. rather than to gain a sufficient potential Becoming Millinery Suitable for late theft, usually sucesful. is made of

"Little pitchers" remember well pretended to feel, and at the same moment Out dropped two cards-pictures of a to give it a disruptive discharge. The Winter and Ear>jr Spring.A postal packages passing between the

Meets every Tuesday Aid their fearful talcs they are sure to tell, would have given all my interestin woman and child. To the back of ons following is a brief account of a few lovely costume is often spoiled by diamond merchants of Hatton garden,

night at Odd Fellows' Be it later or be it soon the lead to have been placed back in was neatly pasted by one end a bank strokes that have come to my a.tte.nton.. an inharmonious hat or bonnet and i London, and the diamond cutters of

\ .'lalL Transient broth Always Frightful at phantoms moments with inopportune twinkling; feetr. my Michigan home as I had left it nine note. I gasped and nearly fainted as 1 in which damage resulted, in the past .. is a very sensible whim of bshln'swhich Amsteram Dutchmen are the loser
era cordially invited tottentl. months before. declares that the general style of
r Beautiful horrible, terrible, sweet saw the dcnominationO."Saved four years: by and some Dutchmen doubtless
( J. C. WILLS, Jjittle pitchers!" "Jim, I'm going tx get out of this in !" I murmured.The On August 23, 1885, a church with a the costume must determine thE style profit thet by it, but Englishmen carry

Noble Grand.F. -John S. Adams, in Wide Awake. the spring," declared Ned. "1 don't be- letter was from Slaymore.; i high steeple, and protected by an. iron of the chapeau. Thus for sever"ly simple out the effective part of the work.
J. FULDS, Secretary. P. O. Box 41. lieve there's in the Black He had walking suits the large picture hats Te
gold enough reached home in safety, and lightning rod, was struck in a severe conclusion to be drawn from all
A TIMELY LETTER. : Hills to make a dozen men' rich, much i at the first opportunity inclosed money, storm. The stroke stopped the tower would be altogether inappropriate but i that; only members of the world'

Improved Order of ICed Men. I less the small army who have invaded with his hpartel thanks and the blessings clock, but without serious injury. The they are lovely as worn with tho picturesque enveloping, Anglo-Saxon great possess
Osceoli Tribe No. 1, Florida-Council them. of wife, to address. carriage costumes. True, large
within
my electricity came down the rod to the resourceful courage required in this
fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at. Trials and Hardships In the Black And I was ready to say amen to that. That was the happiest moment of my fifteen feet of the ground when it dashed hats are seen ox the promenndo but the method of gaining wealth.

their Wigwam, Starke, Fla. Hills Years Ago. Our stock of provisions did not last as life.-J. M. Merrill, in Chicago Into across twenty feet of air space to a dress with which they are most i ective Probably. the most perfect type of the
invitedto
Transient brothers are cordially we expected. There were too many Ocean. faucet connected with the city water- is unsuited to such oasions modern burglar is Billy rorter, who has

attend.J.. O. HATNKS: Sachem. My business as a surveyor did not necessarily calls upon our charity. Tramp miners, pipes and disappeared without further For the tailor-made dress the lit"l.toue engaged in bank-robbing in every
W. M. MEACHAM. Chief of Records. SYMPTOMS OF ECZEMA.A ben
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take me to the Black Hills, but disappointed, half-starved prospectors, injury. It slightly dazed a man who or bonnet i always becoming an part of this country. He has several
I was young when tho first gold excitement with whom we were forced to divide, before Disagreeable Dlneasn Due to Constitutional was within a few feet of the line from appropriate, or a hat may bo worn *t other names of course. His American

CHUKCII DIUECTOKY. swept over the country, and being half the winter was gone thinnedour Debility. the rod to the faucet. A singular pointis : black, with one long. sweeping plume ft record is too well known to need .

r. Church. somewhat sore over the fact that I had larder to attenuation.One Eczema-accent on the first syllableis that this same church was struck bid, and a Grecian border made in the ing. He made inte repa.t
Baptist I shall one of the eruptive diseases of jet which Parisian ladies are &.> fond. nr estng ap
many
been defeated for the office of county morningin February, precisely the same way several years pearance in some .
Bervicts at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayn resolved make of never forget the time, a ragged, the skin. The blood-vessels of the the or the hat could b made in gray with
tweeting at 8 surveyor, I to one the weary- before, and, on that occasion as however about which people may not
every Wednesday
M. CALDWKLL p.m.J. Pastor. many who went toward the land of the I looking, haggard man called at our parts affected aro in a state of congestion stroke entered the water-pipe, it broke border of cut or of silver. have read so much Billy and an accomplice

Sunday School meet Bunda hostile Sioux. mountain cone, bogging for a crust of accompanied by itching, smartingand tho marble front of the sink and threwit The oriental embroideries enter largely premises of a rich
every ( ; bread and shelter. Ned and I were exudation of serum, or watery portion is that the' into the decoration of tho fashion-
morning at 10:30. Dice Braker and Ned Chandler kept on the floor. I very plain jeweler at Munich, and carefully secured
there, Dice having set out for the village of the blood. The disease varies in- able bonnet, and are appliqucd on felt
fellows this
T. K. Buo me company, good both in their whole difficulty in case was an all the stones and jewels of un
,_Superintendent. way, although Dice and I had never two miles away, to procure a few greatly in severity and extent as wellas I sufficient ground. After the last catastrophe plush velvet, or any material of usual size aid value. What they took,

been the best of friends. I did not mind needed groceries. The man was bearded in its course and character.Its i the rod was changed to copper, the bonnet is made. A little bonnet was worth 80,00 marks at the lowest
Presbyterian Church. and long haired, and far from simplest form is a mere redness, method of called the Nedjibe oriental in every
this, however for in tho hunj; for gold I prepos hut it i plain'that the only i estimate. Entrance to the jeweler's
Set vices every Sunday at 10:30 a.m., and believed Die would prove a most efficient sessing. Of course we admitted him to perhaps on the eyelids or behind tho avoiding danger is by improving the detail as well as in name. The felt is premises was effected in the most in- _

8 p.m. R. B. MATTICK, Pastor. pard, since ho was a man of great our retreat and listened to his story of ears, or near the joints. Some times ground.In of gray described as peculiar to Turkish genious manner, and the thoughtful

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. determination and had roughed it in the vain search for gold amid the hills. there are pimples, either on affected this same storm lightning struck a carpets; oriental embroideries are ap burglars left displaced

IL C. HULL, Supt. lumber woods for many seasons. In "I have been most unfortunate," he spots or around them, or more or less house about throe-quarters of a mile pliqued on the crown and the etc., just as rops them, s foorini
a
fact Dice was a fighter from "way back," concluded, in a tremulous voice. "I diffused over the body. from the church. Tho house had no found in them are seen in the feathers. provide an invaluable object-lesson for

nethodUt Church. just such a comrade as such peaceable come among the first with three friends. Sometimes vesicles-wator-bladders- rod. The main part had a hip roof, was The ribbons are also of genuine Persian any of tho German youth who might

Service every Sabbath at 10:30&.m. and fellows as Ned Chandler and myself They are all dead, and I have been almost aro formed by the exudation of serum shingled, while the lower southern extension gray. wish to emulate them. Then they

7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday coula tie to in an emergency.The mad from want of food and from beneath the skin, the special seat being had a tin roof, from the southwest One lovely little bonnet has a crown calmly traveled back to England in first-

and Thursday at 7:30.G. getting to the hills was no pleasant sore disappointment Fool that I was the back of the hand or tho front and corner of which a tin eavesspoutran appliqued in embroideries,brought from class carriages and brth The English

D. TURNER: Pastor. affair. although a certain excitement to leave the good farm that I had in sides of the fingers. In a few days the down to about ten inches above the the very heart of Asia Minor, for the detectives tracing them

Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. about it forbade one's becoming home- Kansas to seek my fortune in this accursed serum may bo absorbed, the swelling earth. The lightning struck the south strange arabesque characters are, so a and found Porter living with his wife,

, IJ. CHARLES RICHARD Supt. sick, as many of the poor fellows did region! My poor wife and child! subsides, the cuticle dries up and comes west corner of the extension and divided wise man said, the words of a little love baby and mother-in-law in a nice housein

afterward when the glamor had worn Shall I ever see them again? No, off, and the skin either returns to its a part going down to the end of poem. Twined in and around tbn queer a quiet suburb of London. They

away and days of hardship and poverty never." normal condition or the cuticle is the spout, and then into the house, little black figures are exquisite nws and found the booty thpre, too. Porter and

Christian Church. bad come, such days as not one of us Ho drew from a pocket in his ragged thrown off in scales.In where it knocked of plastering. The tiny leaves wrought by the slow-moving his accomplice were accordingly taken

IcU xL, M; Acts xxvi., 28; I. Peter I..., 18. dreamed of when we left our comforta- coat a pair of card. photographs wrapped another variety there is intense other part crossed the northeast corner fingers of a people,to whom "a thousand to the Bow street police court and their

Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. ble homes. in the Wolverine State to in oiled silk-his wife and child, both I redness, profuso exudation and the passed down between the weatherboarding years are as one day." Surely uch a extradition to Germany demanded

O. P. YOUNG Pastor. try the perils of the new Eldorado.It prepossessing. As he kissed the pictured formation of a thick crust, through fissures and plastering and finally duga bonnet ought to furnish a theme to some Porter is a typical bur

was in tho spring of the year that faces tears rolled down his cheeks, and in which a mucous pus exudes. furrow in the ground and disappearedin young- poet. glar of meloerama, only a little less
Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 p.m. we set out. At Chicago we secured an be murmured: ;r. The final period of eczema: when a pool of water about fifteen feet from After the oriental des'gns cm-o tho flashy. He came into court dressed in a

C. J. DENTON, Supt. outfit, waiting till wo reached Cheyenne "Seventeen dollars would take me chronic, may be characterized by a com the house. The latter part of the stroke floral ones, and a dainty little 'affair black cutaway coat trousers dark material

before securing the mustangs, which, to them, but I might as well ask for tho ing off ot: tfce cuticle in thin, fine scales, drove off, as by an explosion, the plastering made in three shades of yellow and patent-leather boots and a dark
--- we had been infornyd, were necessary moon." or by a tendency the skin to chap and on the inside and the weather three shades of violet was lovely cimugh red scarf. His chin was shaven and he

OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. to Ned and I crack; sometimes the mere stretchingof the outside. There was no to rival the pansy from which it was mustaebe. He
adjuncts our equipage. :My heart was touched. I :at once put boarding on wore a carefully-trimmed
but Dice the fingers will cause it to break.In the boards. A copied. These pansy bonnets are, of carried silk hat in his hand anda
City Officer were good horsemen, was unused my hand in my pocket and drew out my trace of scorching on a right
to the saddle, and the long ride wallet. Money was becoming scarce some cases the skin becomes as woman and her two sons in the house course not seen on the street but are pair of gloves in his left. Although
Mayor-J. C. Wills. hard and tough as leather, with an in- stunned.- worn at the theater or on any dressy oo- remanded from weekto
hills dazed and he
from Cheyenne to the wore on him with us now, and our larder was low, were partly was repeatedly
Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, George E. Pace, terribly. Ho had the misfortune to get but I could not see this poor man suf clination to itch and throw oft dry and A year or two later a modern house casion where a bonnet L* required. week and passed the intervals in
U. D. Miner, J. G. Alvarez, J. M. Truky. scaly scurf; more rarely it is rough like There is all the of art in her
mystery
hold of a miserable little rat that unseated fer. I placed twenty dollars in his was struek on one side of the principal prison, he always came into court with
Clerk-Walter Wills. an old wart, in which case the itching is the It had'no intricate simplicity and the innoct'nt- hat and He is short
him a dozen times before we hand and bade him return to Kansas and avenues of city. lightning the gloves rosy- -
Treasurer.!. W. Morgan. entered the hills. These little skirmishes to his wife and babe. generally very severe. rod, but from a tower having a looking little affair-made altogether of faced and of medium height, and he

Jfanhal-E. D. Wall. with the unruly mustang furnished "Heaven bless you, sir!" murmuredthe As a rule, the eczema occurs in limited slate roof a gilded ornament projected tulle, with coquettish rosettes and not a looked like an every-day middlela

Assessor-T. W. Sweat.County amusement for our party, consist- man. "I'll rep ay you the moment I patches, but occasionally it spreads overa about three feet. The whole house ex- sign of ribbon-are in reality miriclea Englishman. _

ing of a score of fortune-seekers, and reach home. I can get money there, I largo part of the trunk or limb. fcpt this tower was roofed with tin. of millinery ingenuity.Often He answered questions in a quiet, unconcerned -

om er'. much discomfort to Dice. am sure." There is hardly any part of the body The stroke passed down the inside of the simple-looking hat or bonnet manner never growing angryor
I which it may not attack. I is not con- tho tower knocking oft the plastering, betrays in its very simplicity the excited. When the various implement's -
County Judge-W. F. Malphus. "My friend, I guess you didn't learnto As he staggered from the cave he ran '
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Week ride in your youth," said a man who Dice Braker, who had returned tagious. stunning one of the inmates and doing ski of the highest art known to Virot. of burglary were held up to view
upon
The disease-may from a condi- This house has Among the most elegant of the plainer smiled .
he
Sheriff-H. W. Epperson. had often made sport of Dice's poor sooner than we expected. The two men resul other slight damage. sweetly.The
Tax Asses -J. E.\Vainright.TI1X horsemanship. At that Uraker changed looked into each other's eyes. Braker tion of the body-from constitutional had the same ornament;erected, and no hats is shown a black .one whose only case ended in Porter's discharge
debility, or temporary derangement of rod in to it from a ornamentation is a bow of black ribbon because he was a British subject, and
Collector-M. M. Hale. color. I could see the white and red put out his hand and seized the shoulder put place protect
of Schools-J. L. Hill. the nervous or digestive organs, or even similar stroke. at the front. But such a bow! Wo to the British Government does not extra
Superintendent streaks shoot across his face, and at of the ragged tramp, shaking him
H. Edwards C.3 from unsuitable or insufiicient food-or stroke that has been called the unskilled fingers who try to fashionits dite its own subjects for
County Sl1r't"eyor-\V. once knew what was coming, nor did I furiously."So The last bugla.
County Commissioners- Witkovskl, blame him. for the speaker! had tan we meet again, Kentucky snake!'' it may have an external exciting cause to my attention occurred this summer.A I duplicate, to copy the charm of its Porter was born in Canada. Te jeweler

I). B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. IL I'inhol. talized poor Dice continually during the hissed Dice, his faco now white with -cold or heat in excess, insufficient gilded wooden cross, about four feet loops, the fascination of its knots the got his stock back. which was luckyfor
M. Smith. clothing, or garments that irritate tho indescribable coquetry of its carelEss him. N. Y. Sun.
ter, V. journey thus far. suppressed passion. "You floored me in height, on the tower of a beautiful Evening
Times.CONCERNING .
Instantly Dice slipped to the groundand once, and I swore to get even. I am skin.The stone church which had no protectionfrom grace -Chicago
treatment must be first directed
State OCIccrs. snatched the rein of the insulter's glad now ter meet you, Jem Slaymore!'' lightning, was struck. Various OLD AGE Adventure In a Forest.
Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jacksonville. horse. Our fellows drew rein at once. the of against that which causes the condition ornaments on the tower were shattered, On Little rier. near Osceola, La.,
I had
of State-John L. Crawford suspected identity our of which the eczema is only a symptom.At The Statistic Baaed Investigation of the Robert a lumberman, lost his
itself
Secretary "Get off hoss, Jem Slaymore, and the tower was damaged.
your visitor all along but did not mention it. British Medical Association.
the time local treatment will be
Crawfordville.Attorney.GeneralWilIiani. grated Dice. "You're a Kentuckian, same whole damage was $200 or The I II way in the woods. He thought heard
Tho change in the man was great, and But directioncan 50 Prof. Murray Humphrey has just
Lamar,Monttc1lo. and them fellers blow about their grit.Let's Ned Chandler was quite dutnfounded necessary. no general I gilded cross has again been with remarkable book a human voice and hallooed to attrac
on
brought together a
bo suited variable
to
given so a '
see if you've got the sand to back out a lightning rod to invite another attenton His shout was ad
when ho heard the words of Dice. I believe disease. A skilled should "Ola Age." It is based upon the resultsof
physician
1'rusurer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. visitation Providence.It came nearer and nearer.
what said. by Ten
up you've Braker would have throttled tho conducted tho collective
have of the case.-Youth's Com an inquiry by :
Commissioner of Agriculture B. In answer Slaymore' laughed In thespeaker's poor unfortunate had not Ned and I in- charge seems to me the modern architects investigation committee of the British he dicove'red that it ,a a pan-
Wombwell.Comptroller.GeoerJIlW'. panion. _ for modern are largely ther been yelling. Being unarmed -
face. He was a jolly fellow, terfered and dragged him off. Dice buildings ro Medical Association.
D. Barnes. and even now seemed to think it all a foamed with rage, and threatened both MANILLA FIBERS. sposiblo for this state of affairs. It il In a portion of it .the analysis of the he climbed a tree and remained
Cedal in it for an hour. The panther finally
Adjutant.General-David Long, joke. I knew better, however, as others Ned and myself as we held him, and probable that in a large city, with numerous returns respecting 52 centenarians are ,
Keys. I did soon enough, when Dice seized the permitted the man to go on his way. Their Value in, Plastering Work as Com tin roofs, the danger from lightning given; of these 16 were males and 3 J fe- :I left When he thought the coast was

Superintendent of Public Instruction-* arm of the Kentuckian and draggedhim Til loller and kill him yet." declared pared .itl Other Sulntancel. on roofs is very slight; but certainly males. Eleven of these were single ((10being clear Warren desende and pursued
Jacksonville. Various have been made with a' his and again hallooed
Albert Russell in isolated and all way t
from the saddle. Dice, some minutes later when we released test spots projecting females), 5 were married and ::;u C
PROFESSIONAL CARDS view to the to attract attention the panther
"Form !" cried voice "and ascertaining advantages metallic: or gilded points there is a con- reture
a ring a ,
time widowed. of
him. At the same he madea were Out 50 returns 3 only his .
bo derived from the of this time accompanied.by Upa
use unless
hazard from
let 'em fight it out"A do but I manila stant lightning pro- in affluent circumstances 23
to quickly were
move so, were
SURVEYING. CIVIL ENGINEERING.! sprang went armed with
he a
fibers, as compared with other rod well sapling again ,
ring was formed, and they did fightit before and pushed him back, having to tected by a grounded. comfortable and 19 ; of these 9 wero determined his
stances, in plastering work. One of the pr stout club and t sel
R. F. ENSEY, out A tougher struggle" I never saw. threaten him with a revolver before he fat ((8 being females were spare and In
most conclusive of these tests was made life as dearly as meantime -
..I.v........ jzirt, The Kentuckian, although smaller than would cool down. with four plates of equal size, one containing PRETTY GIRL SLAVES.How 18 of average condition. Twenty-five the boys pssible. had become
Dice, was a hard hitter and as limber as "Don't make a fool of yourself, Dice were erect in figure and were bent. and started out
2 absence
manilla hemp, a second sisal They Are Bought and Sold in the alarmed at his
STARKE FLA.flranxtIng.
an eel. Five minutes' time sufficed to Braker,"I said, sternly. "The man i 4i hemp, a third jute and a fourth goat's Market at Stambonl. Out of S5 returns 28 used glasses 7 dM] to search for him. They ha reached a

estimates, leveller., eta, Merited : settle the little difficulty. Dice caught a good fellow, and in need. lIe has a hair of the finest quality, and the op There are actually at Stamboul about not; but of these 4 were poor, t had used] point within a quarter a mile of .

with*. $5 accuracy perdal and cub.dispatoo.Term his heel and fell. Slaymore stood back wife and child in Kansas, and a good consisted in.slSl-nding weights ninety regular slave brokers who selland. glasses for 40-50 years, 5 for 30-35 4 for where he was treed when they caught

.- and regarded his prostrate antagonist farm. Would you deprive that wife and {from raton the middle of each plate, tho ends buy slaves, or who are the mediumof 102. 2 for 4-6 years 5 for "many the sound of his call for help, and as an

-. with folded arms scorning to touch him child of their stay, and. brand yourselfa of which were properly supported. The buying or selling. The slaves ape years" 2 for a few years. From among answering fired off a gun,

J. 0. HAYNES when down. Dice's head had come in Cain just to gratify a mad whim? For I showed tho plaster mixed with lodged in houses known by the public, these one had used spectacles for many had the e1ect sigal. frightening off th ,

contact with a stone, .* owever, and he shame!" goat's r'sul hair broke at 144! pounds'weight just as they know the dealers i any years but for the last twelve years had panthers.-Chicago Herald. 'f''

was insensible. I think surely Dice, who had been no the jute at 145 pounds tho sisalat sort of merchandise. The principal been able to read without them; another ,

DEnT "1' 1SIf1W, "I am sorry," said Slaymo're, turning help to us in the way I imagined, but 150 and the manilla at 105) ; in the latter slave houses are about thirty. had not used them for twelve years; another Origin of the Word Chestnut." t. .

to ml'i. "I am from Kansas, not Ken- only involved us in useless quarrels, case the hemp not breaking, but The Abyssinian slaves are rare on account "not for many years," but one can Mr. Joseph Jefferson some time ago X

Office vrer Jones' Crick libeL tucky. Your friend forced me into this did feel the force of my words, for he cracking, and, though cracked in the of the delicacy of their health.An not now get them strong enough. gave this as the origin of the word

although I believe it was my fault at hung his head and shrank away. center, the lower half of this plate, Abyssinian maiden from fourteen to Out of 4 returns 40 had a good diges "chestnut:" "In an old melodrama by
-- -- the outset. I feel that it will not be He declared later when he learned seventeen is worth from 60 to 120 lirasa
held the
when it was suspended, on to tion.Out William Dillon, called The Broken
BUGG & WILLS, pleasant between us after this. Tell what I had done, that Slaymore; was an upper half, the manilla securing it fa't .. ( lira is worth about 18 shillings), but of 48, 3 had good appetites, 2 bai are two parts-Count Xavier

him so. I lay nothing up against him." impostor, and that I would never hear The three other plates were broken- a handsome one is sure to bring 800 and 10 moderate. Of 46, 25 were moderate Swor.servant Pablo. The Count is a

Attorneys at Law Leaping to the saddle, Slaymore of him or the money again. lie was a that is to say, entirely severed. An- liras. White slaves (Tcherkes) are eaters, 9 small and 12 large. In regard I: sort of Munchausen, fond of telling .

dashed away in advance, accompaniedby Kentuckian, and never saw Kansas, was other test was made of mortar mixed more abundant. Maidens from twelveto to alcohol 15 took none,24 a ltte. : stories of his exploits. He tolls one: .. I II

three companions. 1 was glad enoughfor the avowal of Dice that troubled me with manilla hemp and best goat's hair fifteen are quoted from 60 to 300 6 were moderates and one was to a I 'Once I entered the forests of Colloway .
STARKE, FLA. this for I knew the trouble had and those from sixteen to good deal of beer. Of animal food 3.took I
only somewhat. If the tramp was an impostor respectively. The mixtures were storedin liras twenty I when suddenly from the boughs of. a
Will practice in all the Courts in the Fourth : begun if Slaymore and his friends re he was at any rate a clever barrels in a dry cellar for' nine from 60 to 1,000 liras. The price varies none 10 moderate, 25 little,2 very little i cork interrupted .

a4 Nth Judicial Circuits. I mained. actor, and I resolved in any event not months, and when examined the hair according to beauty, size, complexion and one much. Of aperients 22 took i. tree Pablo"C stnut Cunt', the
tee
P. J. FIELD Dice Braker was soon in the saddle to feel bad over my act. mortar crumbled and broke apart very and accomplishments. Singers and them rarely 14 never and :frequently.Out I 'A chestnutreiterated Pablo; '

again, morose from rage at his defeat. Several weeks passed. Times became little of the hair being visible, showingthat musicians generally bring a good price. of 39, 2 could say that their memory Cunt know as well as you for I 'f

Once he bent toward me and hissed: more severe, and every thing in the pro- it had been consumed by the lime; Many people here buy slaves for legal was good, 6 bad and 7 moderate. Of have heard you the story twenty- i I

BwiiMsiflftIffiFll\ flfifl PlMlwW l "I'll meet him again, Jim, and then vision line rose in priceto fabulous. g- but the other containing the hemp, marriages preferring them to Turks. 45, 7 smoked much ((4 being women), 2 seven times.' tl late William War !
BfiSfi YiiSOii i iBtt [iiiVSlli little ((1 a woman), 3 moderately ( awoman
I'll kill him!" ures. There was nl9 game, and the showed great cohesion, it being quite The reason is that a slave has no relations ( ren, who bad playe Pablo often at -

I shuddered as the words fell from the snow lay deep upon the ground. Our an effort to pull it apart, the hemp fibers (mother-in-law especially), and. ) a men's once, when a gentlemantold i
STARKE, FLA.&L& lips of Dice. He meant them, and he larder ran low indeed, and to add to our permeating the mass and being but therefore, no visitors or callers. She Out of 40, 37 did not take snuff. As to I a story whose age and originality "'

WORK GUARANTEED.\ BoxiL was a bad man when aroused. I could discomforts the money ran out and Dice I little affected by the lime.-LouisvilleCourierJournal. endeavors to please her husband. She sleep bad and, out 7 moderate.of 40 32 were good sleepers, 51 were far beyond any.doubt. 'Chestnut.

only hope that the two would never fell sick. He thought he was going to i is obedient and economical, and very 1 murmured Warren; 'I should a
From 35 returns the time of
meet again. That hope seemed to be die, and a more frightened and repentant affectionate even i prett well treated. average well you, for I have hear tell it
to bed 9 o'clock but 1 retires a
PEEK & FRAZEE \s In Looking-Glass. going was ; '
realized. We were six months among man I never saw. I Many slaves leave their twenty-seven times. guests tookup
the hills with no signs of Slaymore or "If-if you'd only kept that twenty "Do you know," said .Algernon, "your masters for the world, but many others at 12 and 1 at 11, 5 at 7; 7 are bedridden.The the expression and from that," says ;<

the friends who had left our party to dollars we never'd a como to this," declared face reminds me of mirror, for I can would be too glad to obtain their lb average time of rising was about 8 Mr. Jefferson, "I believe'the expression .3
at Law and Notaries but at 6 1 at 9
the o'clock 6 rose 5,
Attorneys see nothing in it but truth. '
keep him company.I Dice, weeping upon my arm one erty. Some are well looked after, o'clock really comes. -N. Y-Sun ,3
shall never forget the first awful day. "You see, now, that Slaymorewas "Oh," said Gertrude thought you cared for, richly dressed and have costly.. at 10, lath and lat4p. m _ _ -I-J

STARKE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. winter pong the bills. There was terrible an impostor.:; He spent the moneyfor were going to say that when you lookedin jewels. They dine with their lady and. Ot of 42 returns 24 had no teeth and Likely to inspire Confidence.

suffering for th.e necessaries of whisky." my face you expected to see your are treated as companions and a members 3 returns but 4 had artificial Customer-How much? -. 1 j I

Abstracts of Title and Real Estate Law i life, since even gold at times failed to I would not believe this, although own." of the family. teeth; yet in men about 8 the average Druggist-Seventy-five cent By the '
number of teeth is 6 and in
pecmlty.Abstracts furnished showing every Dee' procure food. And such prices as the even Ned Chandler came to hold the "Eh?" said Algernon, and then a Among the possessors of slaves who only way I wish you would tell me,*next 1

MortKaifp. Lien. TaX :::ale. Judgment Attachment food brought! Flour was held at twen- same opinion as Dice. great light came into his eyes and he were the most noted for their kindnessand women 3 time you happen in whether this helps ;
of record and tilt In 12 returns the when
ftfTcc-tl.iff and 'all 11 tie matteRs of Heal public Estate in Bradford ty dollars per barrel. Poor people had As the days passed 1 came at lengthto cried: "If you would be my own!" benevolence was the late Princess married the males average was age 23, and your bronchitis or not. I fle the
.euptjr. Florida, up to date ot Abstract.Rr i no show there and there were many realize that starvation stared us in "I will," said Gertie.-Puck. Zeinoub Hanoum. the daughter of the among same prescription last week a man
the females 25 the number of 1.
poor ones, some of tltem starving I believe. the face. We had been liberal to others, frt Viceroy of Egypt, Mehemet AIL ; average vhos corns were troubling him.-Chicago ,
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children is from the returns received.
-- only to find that liberality repaid by -The Hudson County (N. J.) Health During her lifetime she gave monthly Trbun
Pall Mall Gazette.
HEADQUARTERS FOR My friends and I had been measure- terrible suffering. Ned fell sick, too, Board was lately prosecuting a healer allowances, from two to fifty liras, to C-7.-

'1. ably successful. So much so, in fact as and I had my hands full. I made tri who, in making out bills for his pa- each of her slaves She had some After ,water-soa&ed shoes are dry, -In York County, ?a., a party .of

;J;!'I1E ::csrS' c::: to have little fear of starvation that weekly trips to the village. Medicine, tients, charged so much for services andso I eightI of them married to respectable I give them rubbing' with kerosene oil tramps recently emptied, a wat_ & tank <-t>'j

threatened of less could b. bad much "for luck and each of 1 the hardness. and converted it into a bedroom.
Representing the Liverpool aud London so many our fortunate like every thing else, only geatlemen, gave t .dowry. I t remove -

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t- lflorlda Suui4ay ?Scliool Convention. World's:F |r. j i() LawiH tcrii-il Eider: iVU-rs. rt nnrent fl COUNTY TfAEGRfiPH.i' March 3 I Present, J i* .LASD OFFICE AT GAIIESVIU.E Ffc.*., j
BR/DFQRD Sl8te Sunday fcliool convention was }[ The Chicago TriLpne h d.r 'ine out mI "negro c..u in )-inmet lug; "hdi I iimrryon .Unrt,3Iet j : February 10th.100- f i iTOTICE 12; ]
held Lake I 1 I Johns. H" l> Alvarrz. T Goodwin! ,Miu- | hPrt-by"ptvou'that the fohloirg-
at City March 4th. 5 and 6th. fnvol of |he-postponement rf the world'sLfidr.iintil tlal rwi* >stah: M-Min* u.dah tUit'hwjcllum'lree % is 8-ttterb filed notice of hit. Jntw ->.i J

% ... iTBLISIIEn WKEKLY COUNTY.AT FLORIDA.- Most nf the c ounties jvere represeritefl by J 1883, and is supported in Uiip $ -de one Wad de green dreas jima' ules of list meeting uloplc.1. J M Johns tii a.naued. tomake1nal proot iaiuppor r rl h* riftml. r *

E.tgtDFokD- one or more tlelcgntea. Lake city wiU U- isiion J>y Mr. Ji rey, who went over toI "red Mmwl mi* blue Innmei an* wicked eyean' reported i-nntrietiiif with .1 Muse for $SO j jto anit thissald Recriverat iroofwil aainccville be mmidebefmre Fl.'rkta on Eegmtceatud Iviz

*4 r I.C.WEBR. a plcnwnt on account of its nal. Pm In the tjjc'Interest'of fix road between Rurrisis! mill nnd .Law- APRIL ITTE. lS9.' ti
memory study expjosiiion.tlure in fiat no-el! Her via"de big bra-s Jmz- -
Editor andtBSCBIPTION PubDher .
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z' Alvarez widow of B. O Le -. deeeg'd.Lakm.kle.
Sarah Lee.
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ural) iitlracUotis-its grand old oaks whose j .CIiiCrfgoTuml whi.it In ,wMer- zu.n_ pin on an* all lam' front teef o'it an* Icy a mid t that I il was do ne. fi.r1; Florimla H. E. No. 1110. for the NEJi j

; $1.00 A TEAU. tflS covered branches.6wte'p the ground stood U id lie.the diri-cloi ni.rul. The l reported contracting with T IJ K.>sii-r (it NW Set3.Tp TS Rzifle 21 E. Sh uautuei. .1
-$ otherwise bounty us MMc:'n well be-goy that the foIIowinR witnesses t.* iIOVt j her cnntinu.'nii I ri .1TcJt' :
and ita pretty little lakes; but far more I Trihun nrguc-s thnt "the delay will enr" Lawul hah on her!"-Time-. '.2 t<: -piir Redding bridge and I i n'Wleiiceupon. and cultivation o/wM 1 ""', via: ,- J -
to Act Co'-grr in mercy Burnnani. L. Fletcher, F. M. HJgau and
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Entered Acewlinff dt.nc. Petition open Wells
s.M\\ work w-is .
liuaiuz will be the impressions made by 1 Chicago to those malevolent nAtfT kvekie. in jfill.i. ;
: tht Pott Office. Starts FZa., : JIcKinney pfaca'to ALEX. Licu, register.
tile of the citizens road ftiuiau llw
illnn Matter. generous hospUatlity I criticisms which New Yoik will be sure

. who opened -tude their doois. Mayor lo nuke if the fair betnivs any sign of This is vhtit yon oiniht to I haw. in fK.m iehilmnu's by county commissioners. Notice. /
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it en icy a.tid onroain fH'n*
of the Umteil.NtAic / : 4itIt: have to fully ordered the road pLTlt' rtlt43 P. F.P. .a
I Jmlgo Swayne, Jewry gave a hearty address of welcome : crudity nr h.ifctp." It sdso n8kesme ofj*l'hmuu.iiainuI are seaichinzfor it daily andmonrtitiix Tlio IV.t-r also ix rmruiT COURT. 4tn JUDICIAT. CRCUIT rd.rcjftt. it wi.Ii gr.st FrO.ir.rT.. l.i'J-n$(4;n.i.ry for the,.flJ cures 1ertk 05 '

court for this iktm-t f Fl< f.i ttuuil tendered the "frct-'lom of the city" to the plea that Central und South Aiucrita. became 'hey find it not. opened across N I> H.-igainrtu' I "JFul* OK FLORIDA. BRADFORD COUNTY. 1)-f.'r't'-- % '.t

7 la, s confuted .ii4 j bt-tl in Kiasitnr, let guests. The meetings were for I he Europe. Asia suid Austnilia wilL need Thousands are 51)0111 itt)0 upon nat'lv' ihoii bv 'o-ir ui
nee. Tims do the wheels. i'f injn> tice moM part held in the M. B. churqh. tZ much lime.to prepare and forward thtJi.uxmbits. I hope that thev tiny attain this tln4mn, a iiul l J S ami T! 13 K >sier. rt-p. bridge $22 and under PartnTS.the df firm>ing flume bust-I Arnoir tsworn- to.
CO ness
on two occasion*. Wednesday tind Thurs- lwc.tisc they have not "'tl.e dash yet it iniv be had i Ity all.Ve awantutM J M Johns, let liii; OUt work 3 and style .-f Truby Sternf S121.1S.
that Klectiir I Hitters, if isi-d sii-conHnj I 200
stop. I I.s.
I I s-jrvice bargiCo.
One day's
4 -- y1'---.--** duy evenings the.doors of-the Agricultural and vim 4 01) -
The people along the Ohio nreJiaviny and Jlcx-lmiiu College were opened. New York hns set itself to work to *ys- will biuig yo i Rood digestion and oust 'I'EI.roRrlr. Hilvi-rli-1.!! .; 'j"V R. A. Roeqitemore. j Ancillary cry>jpnUSv.-liilulc KAoam&iUin. t-crotilan UlcerS
L :- the demon Uvsnepsiii; and install instead I) Alvarez liridiework. etc., 33 50.IHM The above named defendant R. A. Roeqiienioro .td 5rr (O.u.iumar tvelltng3, $ke2.PI.ttJOl. alaxtU
I ; a Urrihlc lime with the 1(4141 4JK5 Latidsonu and corn mod iousChspd tcmutit-ally antagonize, oppofe and uliiiscbiith linpp v. \o n'c'MiiiriHii'l K'cc'ric Hitters \ 50 whose property was attached to pay the (1.1 I Cir.nmie I'lco Hint hnvi i il-t-3j nil trmtttiKBlCatMTlk
wliiui well with bad ,>umie., debt. a dad other persons iiitere-terf are hereby -
Jilted citizens anIstuuient Chicngw and tie fiir. This is for Iyjw'paia atuul all disease rtftliP

ft iouds: The MMtrt- at some point" is l-oth classes of whom seemed oliid talc. \\ u r.11 want to make the far asI liver stouiiielmiKl kidney- Sold at 5o<; Building of I.iwley bridge was let to suit notified by attachment of the commencement and are hereby of required the above to

: : .8 feet abo\v low wnurof .ziik. the addrebves iind discii.-t.ious of UK I und $1 per bottle !hmy trngits. 4 II M Pan i..b rtsid L T Uiclm.-d at 73 cents appear plead or demur tc the declaration >d
great H success ns possihle. -- therein b.- the second [pi] day of June A. D. IfflO.
; 1Ii1en country are oyerfloxi e 3. con volition sciitcdy uf hs interest to them The question *-f postponement snys the GOODS will be sold at u foot les< c.i-i I>f whit g"')>>d old material the same being the first Monday of ad month
: Cheap
of A A Smiley and'hf rule day of this Court or Judgment will
: ban l<> is! imn cdiate jviticipKnts.: Intellectual Tinies-Dumocrnt. is u tnous one. and the the RACKET STOKE. mnv bt-iu-n-i led. IViiMon be taken agai st thorn by default __- --

Mr. Anthony, ,of J akrnakc jiutk r, baste wire spread by Rev Dr. arguments are htrgcb' in lavor
the business Truly rpeaki..r.iuewsPu'eu.5! duty after working on the Smiley and W. T. Writs, F.. F.1*.Is B p'tre'''"' tonic ami rer > i.coflent a
/ liquor very .ptnf. Joynton of Boston. MUM., i.lso by thatvigorous true that Tie fair was originally announced uniil tt.ieditor, by [SEAl.J t
seldom nppreciated Sell lenient of J H U B. RHODES. Cle'k.
i itable. The wonder is that he i h not und.indefatigable .worker. WIL.Itynolds. for 1692 nrd that the year is H centennial force "f nccessiiy. conu-s oitl: isnd aiint.uncfs Sap'proad re'used. Atfy for Plaintiff. By N. D. WAIN-RIGHT. -

1 encouraging people to go into the ) of Peoria: 111., now president event. But. on the other hand have we t that hi" papi-r I ill I suspend publication Moore'accoiiuts to be further J JI po-Iv"->,tp"iied.Adjourned. I W. 1'. Weeks. Clerk of the Deputy Ci-cuit Clerk Court in _

of the Iiitcriiiilionul Suuda'School.Association not rather overdone the centennial business for want of sufficient hmtl rouinge. and for Bradford Courty, Florid do certify
,: business insteadof .discouraging the People sei-m to forget tint a newspaper is Chairman.THB I that the foregoing U a true and correct copy of .
:llu-o there weie the n i*'$ion- somewhat? Columbus discovered a mirror of the town ill- which it is isstn-d the original Notice of Publication in said cause '

r : Tl5flSl. aries for lue 8istt I'orstir and feuloe ofAmctiran some other portions of the American continent and that t the oulMile woild judges I tie ..* AIrr WAU7 tOR now on file in my hand office.Witnest and. seal this llth day o*
my .
$.:.iul *y School Union, .mid Van in 14fl3. and we could easily make place bv its ilaily or weekly ne.wsp.ipiT.Pulatkil .- III CItEAT't February A. D..lfcW. W. T. WEEKS. bulldlnanp whose nysi'-ms tnesy tom r pnisaned pl ly.tmdies Jacksonville is ?
.making every effort Herald. ; .f.T [SEAL] Cleric. lalnan tmrnrsc..z.mi000 dni' ti> mavwrnp1
Sckc! of the P/c *>hytcrian Sunday School our exposition ii centennial of these other By N.D. WAIXBIOHT,
*br time the inU'r-
1 1 SL great at Ui, i.iui. Inside Rev. Win. Shaw: the main discoveries. The truth is that there is not of Saves her Life. JRRiw Deputy Clerk.

tate drill to be given in that city spring of entliuM.ism; and benny Cu -operatioui Mim'cii-nt Ume lo prepare: the exposition It A was scrap just
.-. next month. A fare of one vent per wherever In: j is found. Circumstances properly Metropolis. paper last, but it saved ofconsn-.ption.told her life. She Wets by 4ie Nest Alt persons indebted to the estate of David
in time sUije-
,, mile is offered by all transportation comUncd to ilepiive the convention of phvsirians shi was iiH-nr.-.b'e' nndonll Browning. late of Bradford County, State of
' Temperance Items. Florida.decea>ed, will come forward and make
this gentleman's! : r>r 8cnce ui.til the afiernoo live a short time; sbe wi'ijrhed! !ethan -'< immediate and all
companies for all who take in Edited by the Lake Butler Temperance Society -nly T payment persons holding tied are cii.i.-.rlv b.iKt..l by the.womlarful tonic aS -
- part of Ute .pccri'id (bi and while the 7i''H"I I On a |1'iuee of v umip|ii tug pin. Jhn Es'eoCooke. demands against said estate <*m, present them blood clenntlii? J r. tf tlua uC I. 1'-*' r.clty Aab.Yoke
t the drill. ). Here ate son.e figures for thinking people .*r sbc r-ad "t Pr. Kind's New DHoovrrv duly authenticated within the time required by }tuntnndP..m9 -i.ilL.PPWAi-> 4

progr.im was ranird.oal us fur as poSMlilt ly tudy. The actual nmoiiiit of m.ill and -'<>r n sample bottle; it 1'C'p-n' This thrilllnj law. or this notice will be plead in bar of their
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A great deal has been paid about nnd the meetings were enj"yed. .there wits liquors consume 1 by the people of i heso j jUuited I her, sbo boughi onRbt' a another lanre b-Htle.and grew it hvlp'-d!b*>tter \ 1 historic which has atcry.been recovery. A. VT. BROW.NINO, .
her mote, and Feb.21. 1800. Administrator.
tulo/pnnt.
: water protection !n this state for a smile of welcome on every ficc when States in 18SS was 767.5S7.056 gal.ons. I fjint. i-rtiitinueil its usn ah!
the Denial secretary appeared and n fresh This include-, not quite 8 OOO.OUO stroll-', bnitb'roy.! p'uinp.vei !hiiNO haeteneuth& Notice. I_ iL; _
: years past but never has ihe full I ir send stump great demand is
I his For fit p.irtif-ni.trs _
I ihe woik from that 20
Louis
inf-piriition juarked gallons of iuiDorted beer and ale. At iiowoui'ueduaSt AH persons indebted to the estate of
) force of the meaning dawned toV.. II. Cole. Druc-ji-t, Fort Smith LSPKIPTIOX Witkovskl, late of Bradford County, State of
of the session.
upon hour
ld.lhe.cl"SL rents p--r g1ml1.m-ibvut. -he :iver.ig'! p''cuto l'ri'tl bottles oflhis wonderful Disooyt-ry -) BOOK with Florida, deceased, will come forward and make iiinmediatf BROS., Proprietors, f fwxrcLESALr p .

.- sour people so .CorcjHy an the present Among the Vet)' tood thinga was a dcligli'.lul the retailer---lUe cost would be $ir,3.- at dr'izgiss. 4 many m'gniflcrnt payment and all ptr>on9 holding 1 I ; r.niraoicTS. .
estatewill them.
claims against said present GA.
; time. Orange groves located on or icpoil lu i inn the picMdent of the 517.411. The retailers get an avenge of of -..- illustriticns 'Jterehaa- duly authentlate within the time required by I Lioarw ;.r'm- SAVANVJl.

ntion F. E. Nell Ietoui of Lake This i"5 i lu-srro other's :' explairilion been a law. or this notice will be p'etnl iii bar ofiher
from
; coiiY ; $46i.533.S3) li2- %cr
: : //near a-ny of our numerous lakes | 60 cents per giiMon. or race tuihi.r. : "No-'li's' sons w ir all i I I bawi: .p. recovery.

.. Helen, \\ho l was u delegate lo the world's ) tlu conMimers. Now. thU is what the whiti bill v\hen liim: saw hi-t father; Ivi'i book thronishontlheS 0 flithrrn Ptftti r tLaatit HBTorlUdHE'sNEsr. J. L. CASEINS.Fib. -1 1W
were hurt but little by the recent 28.180.'. Administrator.
Sunday school convention in L >nduti last Americium peop'e pay eveRy year for malt drunk he wa>' so iii-ntylivil I llul he ltirr.c1bli ." A'tuy :.ii n. ) ate |.ssrd *:ace
fold not hurt at all while Shcin di,lt'i fi-cl bad. and the thrilling eccics h-Ti-i.i: rtcouutca ol the
many >ck. so : only
able -iicr Attachment Notice.
Verr. Many more frpt-akeig werepn.ernt liquors almie. mubtly beer. The mosit deed of vat Ir of .bo CoLf.aeifcf ret

I away fiom the lakes a distance many wj:ii o contr'rbuted not n little to the careful estimate sets the cost of wine t to I Mined trill-" } al her. an' .Ja iliet hadn't tin bh.iuuu the Stuart interest.Johmtun.l>7 iU.-re Jlokorfgaid.vL-> Icvsht JprkfcOD itii acd A-i.by.A e.. STATE OF FLORIDA. I .
V In Cou Court.
ty [
killed. l bt forli'ds ienl and that ..d1.listUlcd In the cause f rvarh itt. y to theperI lj and
tees were Interest, by.ire part iriziug lie ci-n-umer *1 t 72 77(1.( 136 I ie. rhif CorXTY OF F.ltDFoBD.row. )
v.ill
bravely batted z.eer prew
S ime statistics may not be out .if pl.td; : >pirits id :fl9.26.S60. which I), m.IepsIa thrilling etory vir-turf ii-it tli'ii-*.y kTiml sorrow II. PABTLOW: 4

: The report of the State Sunda\ Nuwberof counties. 4p; schools. f98; 4.1.571 .,- 'grand totid of $ it2.449.22tin.Iul null I iii'liiji'-.ti-iii i in i i' worse form ann and a lore sweetly told but IK filled with hibi South one You are hereby notified that a Writ of Attachment -
gnesu-n '- led bv, titt- ims.1 of I' P. P. If yon andebilitattd incident of the gre.t cmtr-'tbatwecr. the lias been issued a-rainst you and your t.r0ni| -
School .(Convention, by Mrs. Ucllart, 1te.eis, ; teachers 2.033. $( holin lv a billion dollars -peiit iinnuallv an-' run do'vn.or if you nef l lH and the North lloro U a book for the old.ExConfederate. of- ertv attached tosati-fy th" tJeinar.dsot hn'M-li
: vivid eeen
him the
to rnll to Jolt (
published in another ,column, is very 2&.1&2. These figures ,ihow an increase y the consumers for liquors. And lemetnlicr toojito t ri--ai'i' 1144..i! and I l w aj-fieM i e, the greatest Civil War over known to callback Thomas, interest amounting on tl.e sauie fifty-two from April lit.r, i52Xvith 1SMJ. )/
'.1"ijrth, and viuof tikC I'. P. P. ( PiirkIv aud tell him of th inputyChiefi
kizowscampalgflR. Now unle.-s shall -fore Wm. P.Mainhurs. .
03: 104 57 id1C6 3-011 opp--ar
of schools. oflleers. tenc.lie.is u lie hulk of t this immense mnoiint
teresting and iastr.uetiv.e. '&'IU4elgates t h A-hm.l P,,t i-h ai 1 Po'a-.iuni) i- I iln- iu.dear to tLtf imn-crj of every tne who ft County jUti.iin and for cold County -

scholars over last year. There -ire J.). conies out of ihe pockets of the laboring Ljfl't alt in-iii-iii. I'. 1'. P I-. MuUTdt wore..the Gray. athisolliff HtStaikewi the 15Ui day of flay.
from this county have Barry of Etglo'a e8t wit r.mi a welIrein A. I). l.SHO ut tf n o'clock in the forenoon ju.ljrnnnt
I lit o I ''ifi, ( ( r in 'he world Foi
disliicts in the slate each culiracing f/om rlicaes for iihirh they git jo u-turn whatevercjfcep ; TH S mthi-ru hnm. Tlu' Jt nay Li- ith1n will L and
every < given ppii st you your i>ivp-
edgc 29 in cash to the sale I'V all druirir'Ms.fN time reach of Oime. it is pubU. o i a: ILP LOW .
every sold to the deM.iJated
t.ttpporf 2 to C or 8 counties tji'iuc of thebe counties ; mj>ery, po\i.-rty. disgrace and ertv pav
( Wan* and Cunlouw, raiozor $ yt'Lvxi this 27th day ot February. A. D. 1SPO.ESOCH .
i /) Sunday school .work in .tliis Mate are as yet unorganized many me but I lie jtraiilifatioiiot a <'cpravsd I uperhaps. ppet It it'tta-i' I '1'iifklv I and SIII-MV l y u.in i .' 1aLumU1.LY IILrRLTLn ,&.SD ILIOML DOUiD. S. THOM f.

j This is a very smaH amount and can purlislly so. Our motto is, Florida for : Then talk about () )( \li .)ils Ktal I II i.dim ( 'i-i ['.i mit SOLD ABthedfinar.d ONLY for BY this SUBSCRIPTION.cu rAVonrrE nwAic "' 4t I'UiulUT.Notice. .

4, easily; be raited &; it c.oraas to only (Mirisi." But to.dirry oil 'lie grand work trusts, syndicates, combine tariff, etc., -..- *hot t'tn oui of print it / "".'. -11 to largr ail, .
a.-neI.4v'r" nmnrn-n
for
Mr. lvuie. 'hi* disnnjuiohi-d Irislimi'.n. and applications
I few cents from each school in the of evangelizing the people Ihe Sunday why they are Miiall affairs by the fcidt of is sui.l to waru; w.ilch; mi.ui: : I'Kfic' :- of whodesire to set as Ai.'Qiits>homIi\yru'..f.'r tem. On th-s first .lny of A pi'il A. D. W). I will s.'Il
tchool work-there nm-1 lie IltQi1(- Xcvw the The laboring classes! and quickly secura cli-ica of t rriio y.G. at public auctionin 11'Town or Starke.in Brail-
fiend Mrs. liquor curse. which \* eiiiir.ivfil the motto. "Piy ii" Publishsr ford County State of FloriUu, the :tokof poodcunM -.
ccunty. your rconey to was so greet a ivoik acccmplUhed with so are forming, and have formed societies allover rent." Whvn >i tenant; comes in him eoinplainiii W. DILL1NGHAM, !, -tii.g of dry gnmiK,sin mm. rrady-ni'ide clothin -
Dellart who wjlj forward it the 33 Woct 23cJ St., t.sw! Vo- : ?, hats, nti'ns.. etc.. aSf,he-tore flst ures and
., to little money as the Sunday school work in the Un.itetJ Stales to put down or -iboiit sOniC act of his t.utum1.uri.uuu.t !! i. -_ fuiniMire Ijetor.gins to and C'> necrod with! said

V proper piisons. tin slate: but the wheels will C.M moving remedy time formx evjN, und let I the latter : nMii! for advice. Jlr. Pv IKivs: stock<>f goofls. U'lonpu g to tl.e r.stale of Louis
**I aihirc sub \\ 3
c.innI ji'iviy.'ii upon that itkOVSki. I teofii.l County of Bradford deceased. $
unless something is done. Biadford and greatest evil > plu-e at th- brick stoivfoi aI

t A proposition made to the school is pledged to do something in this would I be but 1 mcrly oceiipieil bv mid deer dent, on Cell
county they should succeed in pviJirijj down illtiil.. cm tell you I the sti"Ct.i in said Tiii of htorke.where said goods

board that they assume payment direction. Su.nd.iy schtols in this c-iumy. miiiiopi ly. break up the Uusrta' aiid reoUuv time ol diy.: 'I i hen: be pulls out his watch: ETTEE1arethoscputupby are now stored. Terms ot Mile tr'ctv!v cash. c
J L. OASKISS
und allows it to t the ttnaiit. ,
:
I i jof the debt upon the Starke Intijlntc 1 will you not aiu us to meet Jhis fledge ? the tariff: what good w-mld it o, if they AdmiiiiKtr.itorof i.id Estate.Starve. .
-- 11. M. FERRY & Co. Fla., Feb. 2-t UW
i.! I and receive the building, if However small the arnovnt. lei something continue the liquor business? Why, they The First Symptoms of Death. Who are the Largest : -- _

be foiwarde r accepted, would be a lery nice be Mrs. val ftim% jjtrtx oi'iho I 1) iily, sinking at the D.M.Fiy&CnsBeautfay .
conliibutions eent to
may "lo niul would bfi.itii
just a they : now, it liisirawd. Descriptive Notice Ish -ov given that oH th'e2lth day of _
!
way for the people of Starke to unload V. M. Dellart Cor. Sec. Bradford Co. I pit of I hue t' ;jiirhi. !o-s uf appetiteftvcr- March A. I>. 18 0'will API ly to the Honorable
( ) lie I I'I deluded I ui'I'llA14Il&
only I liqw r men. mr mm i hn'-ss, pini|111ri.! 01' St urt'i. an* all pti-it i io SEED jtUAL Janus M. Baker. Judge of the i irci.it Ci.urt fur .

t s;: their tle.bt upon the .county Starke, Fla. "LixwuoD." Like a turd d<'coyeH in Ihe net, knowing: evideii' of poi.v>:iu I b'o 'it.! No m.iit r the 4th Jiiilicial Circuit f-f Florida. Bradfor
e ait1 how it bci-ame gioisoiied! it Mtr In j'Uiilud for iSjo will I* riaii-r.1 FR EE to alls County nt Chambei s in Jacksoii\. to legalize ii [H.1 H. .
: de.bt and interest amounts to not that it is fr its life. -.iroi.l ) It. ES.; N.Co.
Let us the Quciitl >n.Floiidt :
pUctiB than tv5 Carlson, of the ot f-mr
It ii Letter
aje ears.
ever j
the of $2t>00 much It II. A. ..nl Hiixir i i has NKVIU f.iiicd to rr..rs.
? ).Qnt sum -a oranges need a high lunif. : cry t-orson using Garden, Flo weror'FieldSEEOSshouldsendforit. I J. F. HCOILL. Standard 1nieJmed.-ieb._ ot 1890..i .
remove M-i.o/nl"iis or svp1 ilitic puisons.So'd : J. L. FHAZEE. Atfy for Appllc't.Stirke '
greater sum than a. better house can There is not a shadow of doubt alxiul it. A Lady's Perfect Companion- unikr positive gut I :tuit'C l>v D. M.FETRY4.CO. Fla.. Fet 2'. 1V9<). 4t i ; ; OU'11lL1I'iV' i"t> i 4'

be built for-so competent authorities It is a very significant f f.ct that the Our new bonk by Dr. John I II. Dye. one 4 W. II. KIVKRS.In DETROIT. MICH.flissblutloii l Notice for Publication.LAKD a M10 o5 p jhl0mt IJ u:> ,i l.\r LV it Jaek..n.vi.bLv era.n.il.n Lv 7 CO CO p p 11 8 li So a a

meeting f the .Orange Pnueciive AsS'Ciuioi ; of New YoikV most skillful pl-ysicians. OIi12iaJ.v fail 1.8n Lofiop 93Ua:
be devised
pay. Some means must shows that, pain I is: not necessary I in child South !in ntaiaihis. Minn.I the people Orncs AT OAINE VILLE. Fi-ontDA. t 1t1Jj12Ly lj! lii wiu Lv 5U5p 75> a
held in Hun city last Snturdnv. i committee februnrv 24th. 18 *0. f 11 p p.\r Maikt* Lv aSlu 6(9
however, to pay this debt, or tuii iii. hit refills from entires easily understood aie teu'.ibly t-xciteu o\vr a relm'mu* 1: .15 a llaw.horae it2HtpAr
is hereby given that the foilowin- iv 55
jibe must of be of prominent gentlemen was then and overcome. It clearly pu-ves fanatic nainuiv hitney. \\lio cltiinIC) l.c J Notice. N'OTICE sctttt'rima file-t notice of his lure.- 1da aSJpAr Ultra Lv Svip l&jp 513a a

property necessity. ;ippointed to go Washington to gel that any woman may Lccome a mother a diseljilu! of Chiist-Chiist beinj i in this I tion to m ike final proof in support of uk ctirn. 4 0i> Ar bilver Springs Lv 110 p
lflt.t. without buffi-nii! pain whatever. Il insta-ice the Jli-v. Geo. A. Schwe'i iou Iii. Tlie copmlirliip hueitti'tcf.n'eXistliiir and that said proof will be ni.uie tefor;Judge of 2 23 a. .1 -* ? p I 1* Ocama Lv 12 ui p 4 25 a.
Couigiess to cnacl u law for the protection any lie is sud tinder tin 11:une iul styljof livers fcJuincr the Circuit Court or in Ms alc-ence. Clerk of thu UOOa. 70 ) pAr Konic.sii9sa Ly to 2.; a 3 iU p
lo have iderabh-
also tells! how and jraineil a co"
o ovcnuunju prevent t Circuit Court at Stnrke. Flori.I.a.on! 4matil4pAr l.etsour Lv 1 1a11 Sd
J1 f Florida's ft nit. io t Hiis day dissjilvnl: liy miitiril p
The transportation companies be- ( gqldeu morning sickness ami the many oilier number of followers. There ate ignorant APRIL 24 kDO. j.Oa C45pJr Tava.es LvJOiOallCOpUa
Tlii' will )
luiMiic-.s 1 lirii-nfter In-
. In plain Euglih. v\e want a nigh taiiff evils tlteiiding pregnancy. It is highly people 'vcrywhcrc toad->pt fanatical; iil-M e.n-H-iit. viz: John A. Dohm. StnrKo. H'>rida, H.E.No 7 Miu |> A r Urland-j LT UlUa 'ItO i

.i* jtween |J-aJford county and the for the fruit.It endoi&ed by pliyMciuuseverywheie as the i in religii-iis mailers, but it is really nstmi conducted isi the name of U'. II. Hirers 1SJO'. tor the N H of SEV S. c IH Tp C S Range '.t:5 r. H. u.i.i.v. tjuii tranu UrtWfon Jacksf.iiiiit
:. He follow
\v. H KIVEKS.R. 1 names the witness-s to prove \ anil OrUuJu. Xos U
northern markets seem to be dctrrmmerj is a welUestiibliahed fact that the be1 t wife's true private compiinion. Cut this ii"humntr thai there should be people in I his II.Slnrkc. .J0INI.1t. his continual iesid-nce in-m. and cultivation ot. tUinday ho.. i'lulijKiu ciuiiio and uiin 4, bleepuis tUily except cai
4
nut : !t will have you gieat p-iin, and 1 poisi -- country so ignorant us to 'jn( led by I tie said land viz: John Klriiwchinidt. John C. ifttiedu Jciuust1i. aod vrL.u.du.
to -"kill the that eai Hi are in this stafe.In : Via Feb. 28.LIFE. 19l). Kichard. Charle E. Wyman, Joseph K. MeX-her: ,
goose lays oranges ou grown such
hly your I life. Send two-cent .stamp l fo noses by arrant i humbugs as Whitney all of Stai luc. Florida. ..::: r'Tii> _i TAjti'A: Divy.. |1iIi8o'

the golden e g.M Rates on strawbern.cu consequence of this merited reputation descriptive circulars testimonial; amid .cot- and chi tYCI rmfmiru Ii. ALEX. LTSCH,Register. i ii 11 2 >a, Lv Jacksonville Ar t> Op 8 55 a.
_ _ :: _
.
tideujli letter iq sealed 5.V (MSaLv
of the Florid product unscrupulous sent euvplope --- p Kernai-dina Ar 700p 1113a
l hate always, br-en high Address FnANK THOMAS & Co., Publish Dr. Acker's English Pills.ac'iv of tho NOTION. T 5n p H as a. Lv CalUliau Ar 5 53 p 9 30 a
dealers ate couliiimlly p.ilming; i ff 10 1'') is 25 Lv
Bauiwm
poor p p AT 50Ju 75
enough-loo high-and the habit of ers. Baltimoie .Md.Constitutes. A r' i *>rTe"tivi) ami puie. Tor sickhoadaehe : T>Y VIRTUE OP AN ORDER MADE BY THE 7 it) a 54''> pLvViklwootI LvlIMaiaOa 8 a
oriit'ges nf other countries for I the wi11fl.tv.ired -- ili I0i'I'Iel sNmiiti-h: IOH of Hon. Jefferson Davis. L) Honorable Win, F. JJalphtirs. County Judge 11-0.! 7-i pAr LUUeCity LvJOiOa 4 lap
overcharging that they have gotten a p-tite t had and billioiiHnes. I h in and for the county of Bradford state ? 1 -M
Florida product. We beard age : complexion o p VoiipAr l'LnL City Jv l J 15 a. 2 Ik) FJiof'
Wh3? Gentjeman.We
4. a they have never been -quallpd! byMRS. 1'lorda. exerci-inK Probate powers dated Marvt b OplOUp.Vr Tumpa Lv M i,1J)*
into i is n-ntirclv! i uncalled. for and tit-man iiewly at lived jn the state say have no doubt the following will either in Amoiiea: or abroad. Sold by JEFFERSON DATI8. hue 5th A. \). ISSHi.' appointing tne the under fen- i! Ar TarHuit.prliiKsLv_ 7 :j6Ai _

. ruiooiip to their business as well that In; did not know .anything of the be relished l by those who are in UK situation 2 W. IJ. KIVKKS. e estate
flavor of the real Florida until he of I the "print er" A'ho had such a keen of Florida bel.uigIng to the estate of Allen Griper SniUeuimd Finut uy. Nus.dAmd4ha.Fu1uiusu
t TO BE SOLD UY SL'flCIlPlION
as the The matter ix being orange growi-r8. appreciation of a true geutlem-iii : A hunter Cal. late of saule unt>' Bradford deceased, known Jacksonville
near: Irrecport. attemptedto and UikUou-l ,.
arrived i in Jacksonville. \\ ? Because ( U) c 31 daily exu-pc SuuJay.C'EUAlt .
: h1) .0 N LV. and described olhvsu-t-s halfof theso-ith
A rf certain ----
tikrn hold a
'f the and patron once
by gro'wirs newspaper row his boat under barbed wiic fence.
a : -
west and the south I U K} .
-st
w 1'
quater quarter Cf the J_ I 14 p
the 'Florida he Irul been said lo the _
will be until oranges* buying publisher: Two barbs caught him by hue co.it collar. forTh west quarter of tiwtion sixtee1. Township lliOaLv: Jack ;
r pushed a reasonable before he came here were frauds-the ".Mr. Printer how is it you have never an > while his ho-il went mi he was left The prospi-ctus nd complete outfit for seven, south "f Ranire Twentv-one easuw/'j of s liMAaLr I-ernanwn.I on\ille Ar Ar TtOp GOO

iiri5 ]i maintained! and a rcbatt fruit uvulers had lied abou< their war-s. called upon me to pay for your paper: ?" suspended over I the water.; lie remained canvassing will I !tj' ready iou met I lately. containine-wMan1swofnwsce.1Pr.7S1t1ca..t one hundred and ) ll oaLv Callahan Ar a.-flp
twenty acres
l given in of "Oli. said the man of types "we in that position several bouts befoic. his Agents Wishing Desirable Territory or less. By virture of said or"er I will Felt more at 1)pI-3 lo LvVmudo"Baldwin Ar Sttiu
case p Lv 210
; every overcharge The gentlemen entrusted with this mission ask fiar iiu.Biickleii'n public auction in rout of the Curt H p
never a gentleman money. cries for utiu. wen: liraf! ty 'her' >udoor 3 as p Ar Gainesville Lv 1 lO u
: heretofore made. The interest of to Washington are on the light tack.as Indeed," replied the patron "how do I in the town ol Starke said county Bradford SlOpAr Ce.larKey Lv )
the Ttft orAprir i>.iwi
on
flay A.
; fhe transportation oompanie.s is identical are their coadjutors who are going to yi.u manage" t j gel along \vlicii they don'tpay Arnica Salvo.Ti the same being a legal sale day and the first Mon XpC: IJ ami li'jOAiijlAA trtml'itmOWm

speak to the of the state to you? !: bt'St.Salve in the world for Cutit, on this great work will please address, as day in said mo..th, the aforesaid described lands .T.ck-.onvilk and Wl.to, Waldo and &iuitlarlCey&I
o the growurw It is srargc orange growers "%Vby." said the editor, "hfter a certain 15ruisc. Jjort-s. U't-ors. Silt lth tim.yor soon iis possible. the publishers.HULFOKD : belonging to the estate o saiii decedent, said ? rtt'. AX1> JACKaos vii na'ca.bI .
lotfe them to vctioi) in their own behalf. time we conclude he is and COMPANY lands are to be sold lor distribution amo g the 15I
that they cannot fee it m this light uo genii man F Sores, Toiler, Chapped I ll.iuds, heirs of said deeedtnt. Terms cash. lurcheser I olflt
It is the best possible movement and we we 'sk him" 'hiI hlai us. C'orns und all 1 Skin i Kruptions. 18-22 East 18th St.. NEW YORK. paving for titles. L. B. RHODES, a 42UpLv. Jacksonville Ar SoOa.lWp

and cneounigp strawberry gr3\5ng tuiJ-l that it wi.l succeed.. To. one "Oh- h--yes- -I set' flere is five and |iuisi itiveltun s Pie-ior! nojviv Mai cb 61810. C'oramis loner. 110 > a 555pAr t'triuv iiua Lv 7 15a 1203n
any 5-Op Ar Hr.in-iwk-k *
dollats make required. It j H g'mnr.imutcd to -- Lv ::7k'.
meaM right on book. give
by carrying the fruit to market at a win) will stop and consider the vituullou it your orfecl trUi- ru-tioii. or money ri'i'iindeil. Commissioner's Sale. 'each Tr..ic,3 Ko r 3"orJt o aut ul tl illy. .ujli.i brttins

fcasonahlc figure. must;: 1m a wonder t that Prao! i m elmLs bus. For sale by inrectn n. Kouie between r'enl inJina and
an omintZtM ef- per Bi-uubWk-k i.via
'Floeru Under and
that Qlooin In the prills." I ) by virtue of an order or decree is- s-teanifcr. bleeping van brunsWICK -
-.- hut hiis pot been njade in this direction May have nothing lo do with tl'i! ( .i.e, rsrists. ued out ol the Probate Ovirt of the County f if ub ; '
State of .
Sta'-ke is on a good ami healthy before. but that hov\sy. debilitated u l.'elmg wjtnnljU'h Call Is the r.MMt! mind mii'.t opiiin- jrlentlfle rtdtncrhiinirnl Bradford thereto I will sell at Florida public auction empowering H front nr of > > 1 iES'tljsN MV N i s l I ieTLiaKUin
attjio Ifacket Store v'lio U'a
,
; paper .ni.inhi-il! nnd hn the InrcecC Jaeksomiiiim
i IH Now that il is nudf. il j'ou rise every mornim: arias fri uniimnpll.1ties it circulation of any )>:tpi'r growth. ev being ; ought to it will to do 8upLv
4 UM.S ate going up. of tine bfood or n d ordm-d. opens, pay so. Fully Illuotnitpri. llr'.t cln.. of M'unil Fnurrcv. Florida, on Monday. April "Mi, A. 1). lilT', I between 22)1, lL0nLv Ar 8-5p 240p
Two linp trick Mori's in Iw pushed vigoiously to a j-uccessful CuuuiSUfluiflttiouI. liver. Almo.st lhi< feeling ,, .Inirs., I'ul.li-licil MiclilT.cn1 for the legal hours ofale. the f.'llowiii! 4 ;;s SiVaAr TaiUnassee 3IonUcelK> Lv *S5p 73ia
: aie courteof every spring same Itei,* interest. ( uv. Pnrc f3 n j-i--sr. roisr niiTHl>>' trial $1. descr-bed properly beloriguiK to time a tare nt .. ,- Lv.T2ip600awp
cor, es over you and you ate left in a MUNN 4 ('0., I'pBl-lstmis. 31l: Broadway, N.V. Patrick Murphy det-ease i. to-wit: Lots One. jltSaAr Quiiicy LV iJp 4 10 a
t'irclvin and at least one Al.i-l.u cost only, $7.000.000. and Ihe ; up 4 OftAr LjvirJu ctionLv 3lWa
more Two Three and ronr in Sec liSp
ion
It is thoroughly dehiMtiiied; condition. You Thirty-fl. "
asking too much of in ; 10 l-'aAr
our people revenue to t the national is RCHITCTS! & Township Six, South of RAJW 1'eusu'jolu I.v i''a OSOp
tieasmy u ; rxperled Twenty one East.
contracted for all DUILDERO
of which must then have tuna-thin eradicate S 10 15.
b'io\\ in a
:; A pAr .uoialts
Lv 103 ia
> almost the Said land sold to dcifts of a > p
it ty infancy iif their jwt industry to amount to $1.000.001)) for pay t.state. Terms .
a 1; 1)
Edition New
year cf i-OpAr
that business these impurities to regulate this action of Scientific American. O cash. J. L. FRAZEE. Orleans Lv b5p 81 a
our men have faith in to compete with the fruit of foreign ihe liver and MM you on your feet uurmuiTI.! the next I went years. A treat sncccfs. Kadi N nc contains colored March 7th. 1100. Co.tmmnl'si.iucr.Master's 114.aAr 7 OpJ.r icntgoiiierj-t.v 3 wa

1 a pontinued prosperity, while many lauds wlieq oranges raised on the as i it wet e. Y"tf certainly cannot afford An Engli-n ir.tvclinir harpist his been ce lithographic or pui.'ic! plnleiinf ttiiildmL-j.country.u.umipr.uuc cml city cncravtnga reflden- 4. 5p. r Cincinnati L'.uu-iI.e Lv Lv1jAa VSa4jpAr

Florida drawbacks Mediterranean can be sold in Jacksonville to keep on feeling thai way when ihe discovered cheating Ihe railroads by carryinir and full plan? mid rrrcilirarionx fur time nw of Sale. i.ouU Lv 7 S3 ft
towns
Imp had
for working his little riil done I in I Ihe puoh cc Contemplate linildiiir. 1'rlop$ZJJCt a year 0 'A) a Ar Chicago Jvlllip
way a complete change a.ein up green fccts. and in of
a .MIT.N.V Byvirtttn
copy \ CO.. I-CBLISHEUS. pursuance an order and
Florida
than tlu
and time! when they were not pros .s cheap if not cheaper ) I your reach. I Dr. Westmoreland's"; lung With I his tmi: I p. Ho had g'ne hll I over decree of the Honorable James JI. Biker Jurtff? havr'I l Ltlfl4 ? os 1, r. i ant 1 ai1-.5 land 2

fr.uit. They cannot do it. "isayn Tmicvjlj: resjoru j'otir wanted t-n- England and lever p-iid lare for the I rnBTbeiiecur- of the Fourth Judicial Clnriut of Florida in and vil imulmumait tamiouued lt-pmug (aHa JZ.k10fl
perous. Starke la* been steadily child. tn-.ed| by applyIng for the Cot-nty of Bradfoid. datc l January l ith.A. e to Unciiiiutti jutl New Oi leai.s. i' .- enger
If it was simply a question of superior ergy and ijinke you feel like a ne* m.iu. to JlfNjr I>. 1 CO, in a matter wherein Lillia A. llotchkjss -| c.'acti to rts..col.i and Kluniatlon Iicatleep

growing, tdowly, Jq bo sire, but of fruit ve might Etand it well enough forwe for sale by W. H. Jliv TS.A It came out in an Irish & urt a short ) ha.V VH Co.had, who OTerciwnci.ci exeuutrirofth.-hast wit and t-'t-t iment of | ii-g liiml.tllv.tii.ears to l-allaiis bmi Traii-s a end il>. accoin-

pufticient time iro I Unit one Ii tIn.lrel horses 40 y'ars | > nod have made over Aahel Hotchki.-s. deceased. t U complitina ni.anti >ityu.n: titlCivcr JunctiGO.
magnitude to be apparent have rip rivals ju the produoti-in! of oranges worn-out O.IXM apphciitmnn for American and Forplirn W. J. Osteen and R<.setta F. ween, his wife. I '* vVAN ERlVBitRQUtK 8 1"fiO
the July tells us Hint she heard a cMoicdprearhersay had just been shipped from ih.-u Cou lit rv patent. Send for llundbook. Corre and W. H. R>vrs are dpfcnilantR. I the under 'O'a 7 5 '
to most sanguine. of juiciness and Ueliuious U.iVor. ; "De fo' part oh tj.| .' house to L >ndon lo be iij-ed in the manufacture pundeacesirlcily mntidf>iint> d bv sjiii! oio a f> .ipLv p LV JUCKS.J IkiMnlu aii-i'T.i. s4.i.800a

There-are many things to encour- What Florida orange.growers want is will please Ml do.vn ; fo de hind p..rt kin of &ui8aL'e; and thai such shipments were TRADE MARKS.In couit.public auction in pui snance in front of of said the Court d.-cree.hou wi 1 geil door at 0 .> alOijXj LakeCit jv Lv7-3 yf5p|> ei3a

an equal show with hue rest of the world.. not S&.(.. dfe fo1 part if de fo' part pursists a regular Using.; cnse your mark H not rpplstcrcd In the Pat in the Town of Starke. in said Conntv of e Brad HioallimAr- -a>bt-r" 5-M 443a
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ent omce. apply to MUNN Co., and U 1 W ; L'v
ago our pvoplv. Th straw A procure i i Ar V. Ul, a I 5 P 3 &
berry This we cannot luve as lon.u as foreign i in Ktanilin luefum'tic him' part to uSe! utlahobcluston The tt. Louis Republic has proeure-1 a Immediate piotcctloD, bend Ivr llandbook.CorVRICillTS ford. between the lea! h-iu-Hof sale AMonhy. amp nyy.- mattfl Lv 'u14aIl 15 '

jnterefit jilone, although of a tender ub de hind part by de fo' pa1 it." lot of testimony coiicerniiur, the conditim for hnofcg. chart, niape. .th. 3 i day of Man h. A. D ISM. :Ot.J aJ> AIAtLinti I.r 64)tO5p p
oranges pan be laid uown in New York at ttc, qulckiv procured. Address the same -ingal vil s de (lay, the following .
hundreds of ih- farmers hi I the wi-.i and I lie so-nh- do elided la-.d-i l lin.r t'ne projK-rtv r-f th> sanlW. _' 1. 4 e..n m ao tholy ',,. baa I n.imari
employs of MUSS &
CO., Potent
age
Sollcltori.OKKKIUL .
men, women a price; that would bankrupt every orange west that leveals enoiiirh ofoe to I J. Osteen nnd R.>stta F. O-tn-n. his w frt. it.| .. !Vepitiiears (l.- v.-- en Jacksonvil i.. a 4 Nacon;
contatous Blood Disease appall OFKHE: an' KUOADWAT. N. T. :Mscnti
toj.il
1 and children for six months! in king (or grower we like better) in the even I hose beneticianes -n'la'itsnndHiihjittatosjddecrvia1a| t fur- i-.inLsn-.rtli aim tv-et-t
Ulcers, 8ore pimplet, itch. Fait rheum, etc., of the tariff who thi. r decree the year and bringK back to thegrovTerj Mute.Il are evidencM of coutagioiiH blco disease. Jt is aie clamoring 1m inure protection.Jn Itivu'otmmgai..stthe'aid \V. J Osteen and Itose Ivput looiofHotMu-treet Jsc s .r.-.We-
ta F. O-tcen. his wile, cleft itait,. in ihi A' MacDoinclI
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k $ ihpuKandv of dollar which must not be. manifestly a duty to eradicate blood poison China the iui whir lives nearest the / situated lu>aiml l County i>fB:* ,dforil an I de cutije crib r>. F. iiaxwclti u. i*. i.,A.

We want a $l-a-box tariff from the system by the use of B. B. B, (Botanic scene of a murder is accused of the ci inue. etl as follows: T -e west half of the i.criliwe (emli Lmaer,
on
t |n turn is Mi.Mnlmted at home, and foreign Blood Balm), thus enabling the gjre places to and he must prove his innocence or else quarter ouc outhetst quartrr of ioithwet.t N. S. PenningtonJ

thousands dulhfrs: worth pf eailv (>r.tnges.-Metropolis. heal and thereby removing all possibility of other stand the punishment. It doesn't take H .- ,quarter,r range of nineteen t-ection one east,in containing towns),ip one seven hcncretlnnd s-outli Walter C. ColemaRtutn.To Trm.he.4j"flt.'

members of the faintly becoming likewise Chinese detective h ng to find a ol.uand, twenty ucr. s nj'>te or Ic-s. Terms ca>h

Tevtal.1v oranges and .King Cottpn'pa Do not Suffer any Longer, afflicted Send to Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta,Ga., thus IhousiinN dollars ate saved: if the punha-er pjyins lor tults. whora it "may C4)iL.t1.riI :

s through the hands ot onr Knowing that a cough ean be cheeked far book that will convince.JHQuUaw.Mt. accuseit is rot. Jan. 31,159'. \7.Special T. WKKES Mr s.'er., All pcr--f r are t.orrby warne pot t<'*fru t my -

merchants in a day, and the first stages of consuniption Olive X. C.. writes: I had Of a'l the enornuKH 110-ton g'ing that wife. .1 imlhe kCmmL Lt. o toy ftrCouat.as tIU tbi.tia .
every year. Bradford is a I Token in week -on co ik bs of iierV. wilt be pail hr'iiO
a we hereby cunning sores on my shoulders and arms. One hive lit-crj rtiadu for the Ensi! navy.Ilie ..- '

"live-at-home" county, and must ot yuarantte Dr. A-.ker's English Cough'li bottle B. B. B, cured me entirely. only oijes now in condiiimi fur UMJ are lisohltin) i ; March Hih, If CO.Stu T.B.LIO1T.

i: uipdy, and '.vill refund the money to Johnson Belmont Station those of t: u ll ltu) ironelads Heiilow und S >
Mias.wrjtes B. uims- The law firm lirrc-lofi.rc
: rxUiii.sr
necessity be a (substantial! and all who buy, .ake it a-i directions siss
prosperous and dt not liud statement per g. B. has\vorfced on me like a ohanu. My head p.in-jl and the former's guns cannot butireii '5 Tiuigg & %V jibis, lii's diy cIissnlv ft I.y

,.pne. 1 \V. II. 1UVEKS.correct and body was covered with soieg, and my hair foi fear that the tiv.iire-i already developed 4 > mutual convent.

V ---- came out. but B. B B. healed me quickly. may develop into tract nu es. b Tiros. E Rfco.J .

That Terrible \V. J. Kiunin, Hutchons. Texas writes B. T.
Cough : B. U'IMS. for
Our very Best People ; CETs ; ( C.
lo the morning hurried or difflcultj C\miiriu B, has cured iny wife of a large ulcer on her leg Many Persons .so' In retiring from t Ilie ul '.ve finn [ iii'| -aniu t ,
j our tPin"t book
wh
w I '"n wesav that that doctor, Are broVon down from ,hit' m.SI (.rll.r
Uuinz, rnh>Hr>ulegin, tiKlituc- in" I)r. Ai-kpr' I'uigIihi aud al| ether medicine could not overwork or household sire t" say. that; my ;'SK.ci.ii! in this ,
; iJcii-v) is in Vv.-rv cares
uhe chew, quiouetivd ) cure. Brown's Iron Bitters (.mil life I in the
puhe. chilliness in w ,y Kiiiertor| ioiiiv.-ind nJf o bcr cotr.iwiioii has IM-PH pheasant and a rienlilc. HZjxntpiit) j-vir
_ .- the evening or sweats at night, all or'n pu-atirtiK for th* I hiimi and) I/uin pr -- M J Roskman. a prominent merchant of Pnvnx -! rebuilds the system,aids digestion removes ex- ii iil my uilliilniwal tlien-frniii i< Si.tuli Tin- Life t f .Jtffi.r..nTl Dv\9\ by '
t of Ihcsu thhiKK ftro tI.& C r .l ut.mn ,.fI (u i >ru. Oa., rites: I now of wver.il cases'i.f %ss of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuin.
W
) opin-i t h a-'d from I .
( it is in rie8'inpc hloid &tus&tase / nuilircoi-iilircly pi-rxniil t.. iiiw-lf. Ju-tice Laniiir. ((7. S Cour )
on uinpuii. I) -&nor .-ker'8 EiiRJUh roup. ; sjettliI% curwlby B. B. B. Two coo4; yiijmn"5 ; _
Coara ni.t at olu.' ot-t t bottles outvU uU t.v ol u.'ly Kcnitulous Un IF rone HACK ACIIKS : I wili II'SMI' to return my !rr: l-ful, ackiinwlcdsemetits -
sores
t.ruicdy
ympti-inx.and witLrurc. lluso tearful I tMv-jio f tic<-. K.MiirniiH-r. this iem \\ CBiivbiiiurf&Uo.. Maxey, Ga., w itf liv Or you are all orn on!, really good for nothing I4' s to my fricndt in Hr.iifinl Ht-nnnr Rf;'Sui. nf TfXa .t,c.ttnrumy
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uj under a poi i edH bqM utulei a poniiiri I B. Iii curIig Mr Kobt. Ward us blo-M j>oUouef- it is general .ebl Ity. Try Gtn. G.irlu.i'lf Ark. mill ,.ll trsSpec
uu'rantfi3 f.rfuicnirous ,
I guarantee by W. H. RIVKHK. 5 t. tttd unt- ot the most wouJcr.ul cure that nifUllJ\-.N IKOV HITTKRR. county (i'Kitronaji-Hi-y t I
W. H. RIVERS. cainn to our knowtatg ver It wCl cure you and give a Rood appetite Sold &_ have ever accorded me. ial induciiiienls.Vrile at of'<>- O- W.McCoorK .
by sil dealer in meu3lctne. _
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a 9 I BEDFORD .COUTYTELECRpHi! J\flne eyes RU14nQ have Ie grip;:the. "coming. of the woefI"I. r':The fratn .!is :p rJi; :_S._:W7Jh :;?-|--t-- aS -- -: t Z"W-.:A.N: :'S, "OF .. S '". ."

; It is Con1steat."Ycu .
golw '
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-I Ing trip: cant teach an old dog, new
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f"; 1 SHIP YOUR, J ijlarke,. Fla., Marth. 14,1890. I I lse17g Up. all the people Just above the uppci- 211.V.. W. Stowe. of Pathfinder I tricks" sail old Judge Dewey, of .Yellow STERNBURQ Atnl dO .

.' I .--_.: --, And fctid goes sneezing on. fame, is: in town this week. Mound City. whchis wife begged TRUBY

_-Chicago Tribune. him for the third time to remember to
and VEGETABLES Xtocal affairs. Our Mr. W. 1... Ne-.vingham: is ,on the
new connil hustlers? eat with his fork at hr approaching dinner
city are ,
50IT sick i list this week caused
: by a severe -
I I"Co' party; 'Til try not to forget my -11. .. __.,__.... ... ,,-
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Milk shakea Mr. Arthur ........., .J..V'. .. --
at McarnamVA :> Darby, of Macclennv.. cold. dear but I wasn't brought up to it. ---- <'; .- ,-: ---:$ .. .,

-.'- tine stock of candies and crack- was in town this week. IJ The Orange College building i is Folks ought to do \vhat they are broughtup pS
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J : era -at:\V alter Wills, just, rec'd. Morgan Bros have: ( }painted the I for rent or sale. This is a very desirable to. 1 : .
He did rcmcubc the dinner .
( Sateens, vlcjrar.t} rlrcsgoods! in front of their ht" ..k store. o portnnitfor one wishing not at 'floUr'; ..:
MARTIN & Provisions, .
CO.CHIOAGO. .
RBER I 1 party. His knife went to his mouth a to svi! (..roeeric, .
domestic :and imported to teach private school.N. They want jcii ymlr !-
goods
at I Prof. U. P. Yonng has moved to dozen time: Next lave when the family -

; Tru!! .' ':, Sj.eriburg) d Co.Lemonade his country home west of town.A I. J. Jones' main: moth dry god I was diniajj: -alone the old jud!::c detected -I Cum tiri? it:4.: Hay and Bran.. :- .

; .. ; :and; ) PodJTwater at emporium is n'lUd: to overflowing his youngest son, frank with hit I Motions. "
- : :Meatliam'o.PARASOL .great: many of Bradford's \'etwan knife at his Iip3. I They want to scii y yiwr Dry Uoods sad -
with new spring goods, and} prices
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paid Ocala visit this
a ueek "Eating with your knife sir? Leave:
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>'inferences. any Coininerci.il Agency, ::;. 1Il''l'1'"l're. lower than they are tin the tablel" thundered tire old judge."YouIl sell---- { j Jthil1g and Pnrnlsli: 5A noudy
Prof. Jo JHUi"
We have the } G. P. Looney ard wife of TUcy.vaiit; Jil
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most elegant easllll.I
lines i .
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bread ar.J milk till further -
lelberger &: L'kliartl: Staike Fla. :\It'll'uI\L' I I cat ._- *ar*> -4 ** .
of all the latest: styles in : spent Saturday in the city. i I .
town.
; orders. ..
G it3.
of and
I Every purchase' 2.1) cents entitles t sell 'It.01u.Iats S
want )
: TrullSternhurcr. t'O & Co. The F. C. & P. rail1"Oail111 he 1 : you to a ticket on Ten Air :\1I1' 5e.Ilox i "Re n-. papa, I think! you are too Thoy :

Imported' ;1 brandy, at Alvan-z &: : competed into Tampa, this month. I at Morgan's: lia/ar, }post fiU-e I hard on poor Frankie" said Mrs. Dewey, 'I'heytut! fo"seir; yoiTy;; ) ni' Knots;; Shoes ami llnLbi"" _
T. .lI10n. I II as the little fellow left the table. The < __- wr

Powell, M. D., 200 Ibs. fine candy :Miss Lotta Paterson, who has: .I building.Witkovski's. I faces of the elder boys and the grown up I They want to spl7"you""Yonr .thir hrare, Tools( I anil Building
just received) hecn Palace is
quite ill, i is rapidly: rec.ivering. : : store again: daughters showed that they agreed with I

fHTSlClAN AND SURGEON, at _Walter Wills. The RACKET STORE will ''opened I with Benjamin at i its: head, their mother. I Material.! -

Stonewall I : Old Oaken open in a'few i and under the management of this "He ate with his knife" growled the. rj'n1tnral 1m-
; FLORIDA.DR. days.! Wplcincrtt ?! Iiuggks.
uolir
STARKE. They wmt tit :-ifI you
Bucket and Old Assisted
,, M Valley whifkoys energeticoung man, by old mail. I
";" ,--- always on hand at Orange trees on Kinjjsley lake :are Mrs.[ Minnie B. Walle prophecy "So did you at the dinner" retorted !*' Se Mla r.iul l.ertiH7.er

: G. F. CENTER Alvarez- & Liddon.To not affected at all by the recent cold I I success for this iiiishimt-:- Mrs. Dewey severely."Don't I They Wait *; sell yun y VOU1 .-\tt1tl1.;$. Itorirvs-' fturf Whips, In
snap. 1 know it! returned the judge. '
I /MHee&ndBesldeDce 43 Julia Str., Jacksonville, say that we have the best line The I A little mom/ will BUY lots Don't I know it! I eat with my knife fact they want to sihl you veryllii: is yon mav nwrrt- Give them

. '. |'' Florida..jALVAREZ. of goods. in :all our departments, is I damage hy the rcent cold<1 I of GOODS at the Racket Store. because 1 was brought up to it, but that I a trial nnd oii win lw tfoxnrlnerU that they wift staff you moneyoireverytlini'g

!f:<: {putting it mild: ; our stock is simply I snap is not near: as severe as anticip- Lake Butler. boy wasn't brought up to it. None of You buy s nC at tho same time ,rat* t-t"(9 the quality -

: 'I immense jtnd: goods are offered as I atc!}. Winter seems to !Ihimr; with us around my children_was brought up to it, and if I niuf quantity vf ( oodg.TRUBY ..

: low as the lowest.Truby Mr. A. K. Moitt i1 I catch one of 'em doing it, as sure as I ..
IN EVERYTHINGArn I building :a new the lake; but if the 'lust did bite the tender -
: iDEALER St(')-ni)\ & Co. live Til lock 'em on victualstill
nrg fence his residence up spoon
I enclosing on Call vegetation it left l the 1htlc God Cupid
I ,.Our slock1 of shoes! 'is*now com street. of they learn the use of a forI"Youth' -
free to complete his work in the hearts ;
plete. .We will give you bai gains Tax Collector Hale has been in Mr. Lucius luncni and Miss Mary ScarS Companion.The STERNBURG & UMPANLSTARKE

COTTON: BUYER.THE :I in this'jdcparttrient... : town this \vn-k after the 1eope'money. ] borough who were led last Sunday New "Flneer" Prayer Book. ,
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: Tiuby- Sternbnrg" & Co. I i Iud htvc: moved im' their new couanre.I !: :I Henry Frowde of Oxford university,

E BEDFORD COUNTY BANK LADIES: I I with i.ew fuui'niIurnow hopes starling has: designed a series of prayer.books., thenovelty FLORIDAAZAAR

If YOII'wan t the best ",lile--ollu; I No business of importance in life :It 210I'I'I'CI.. MMV. (lie good anjrH I and merit of which consist alikein --m n .

; l STARKE, FLOUIDA.r that i is perfect' fhting, call for the transacted at the councP meeting I fui'nine ever ntttllllthl'm on the boistcr- their diminutive size and the beauty "-..cs-a-atq-----.___"_----P---- .. -_ flSS -"' -"WtORtGAN'S

General) Banking business. Hough &; Ford IochesterPhoe* at.: _. last week. I"f. of life. i of their binding. It is difficult to believe ,
: Poes' a :-- & Co. .. ous_sea. d.H __ ._. ... that a book of nearly 700 pares: will go ; : B-
Fxch .nse; bought and sold) on nil principal Truhy, Sternburg ; !Mrs. Go s entertained a large par- Col. Hiil and )lr. Shajiliard! are still on into the waistcoat pocket or i into the purse, ,

cities of the United .States andiflSarope. The famous Anheuser-Hush lager I Iv nt the Ctmmt'I'cialllotc'l Tuesday the sicklisl. The latter will move Ins I but such u the delicacy: of the workman ... .

"-. beer on ice___at___Alvarez- -,-T- _&__.Liddon. evening. family in Like Butler this week. Caj!i. ship and the compactness of the binding Dealers inFancy -

[J Collections Promptly Attended. To. Take your girl to Meacham's for a Mrs. C. B. :McClenny, of Maeelenuy. \ 1waiil has got (control! most of 'ho that no difficulty will bo found in such a

: ; \Ol'K ISDS1NBSS SOLICITED.: cool ttIlCranCtlriuk.}) ( Fla., i N visiting her sister, i Like anti is gtllin 1g rt-mlv In ilralii i it so asi method of carriage. The tiny volume I Goods and Fine Stationery
bound in morocco and velvet, which Mr. I ,
Seed potatoes cheap: at Mrs. :1. L. G asking.k i to keep I Ihe waici I nut of the swamps I thus
i; : J. !1. EIDLE Prehft. Frowde has called the "Finger"
.. Walter Will j reclaiming! hunilrciUnf! ;acres: of Mir liclij prayer School Books School Supplies
. N. W flAUIiETTCar. j Circuit court for the spring! termcoiivems book weighs about three-quarters of an ,
.
muck lands I hi i i. III\l1 it. licsiilt-s i
i : .g arc giv-
. ____.:_ Wearelul'to' overflowing with in thi-s j ounce is only one inch in breadth three
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) -- county on Tuesday: Musical Instruments etc.
: nOAh OR ROOMS. newRprin} .. 1 timber. A sj.icmlul t Iha..cc fur a shiiigle!
Hoarders & Co. j an inch in thickness. To get 670 pages
A.few
WANTKD- on The boys say that they willgixc I mill.! Imx anil ria'c! fIll:I II I'v.. etc. | and two morocco covers into the thick. I Starke_ ,, IFloxdLd-a. .
or"will let Room* All kinds of diinks athaiu's I _-
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reasonable. terms,. temperance a other ball\ oo'n. Dnn't i be discotirI i l'"I".1 of one-third of inch is marvelof -- -- -- .
: i Yurk;; has gune to Oc.ih; to the '' ness an a
::: either furni 'i.ed or nnftrisiJietl. lc, 01'1'1] 8Jte )post office.
aged, young ladies. I rc-iiniot. paper making and binding. One specimen FURNITURE
Call on or acidr s CUSTOM I MAlE :O110E8.I; I I I is contrived to hang on the chatelaine THE lEADING HOUSEOF
MiB.. L. l Hugg' i is now for lYatcirftTr time risncket Store.Highland. .
MRS. F. B. JONES, Ladieseare now hamtling the agent .:.. I ; a case is made of silver consistingof
: STAKKK FLA. llimgh & Fo'd 1 perfect' httiug shoe. the F. C. & P. at Callahan. vice R. a double cross, one for each of th velvet -

This line of hind-se\\ed ijnods we(011t1kIillV T. Richard, resigned. covers of the book, and this Loth adds:
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Rt.v."Ihon., of Dade Cith..III.
services ;
'V. II III Vltl1 : { av-crt are the finest; "shoes to the beauty of the volume and serves to THE STATE.
The G. S. & F. railroad] i is completed ni the chapel: Fudny evening at ;:3U
i ,- >E.\.Lgn IX--. ever handled in Stat: kt'. (Jiveu- a..' Palatka :and regular trains I a d Suii'i.iy; following ;.l 11 a. in. keep it in a compact form. A ring is

call. Truby.. Meinburg it Co. will be Sund.i-' People that: li.iVe: IMM-II over tile Slate: a added which serves attachment to a
Shoes t }put' on I oI.llh':1I: since the fold wave, n..\\" viji I chain. An edition is also issued withoutthe **
i Cool drink* at MeaoliamVTen WHOLESALE! AND 31
: JOBBERS RETAIl.
calendar and the occasional! services
The carpenter: have: been !grtlirg I j: i mir: Ilisjldand.;! siy; i they see ls5 dannne .
:Bats, lialef i 7-inch checks jii-t in their work onV.. H. Rivers' new here l Ii y Ihe c ild luau at ninal oilier places. I IStrawliernes thus reducing the thickness by one.third ,

receivtc'' at Tuibj Stemburg &: Co. brick block this week. I : continuu,! : tn be shiPPcll,1 and the weight to about half an ounce.-
: O l.otb..iD..gIlud ; I 'lilt iii limited quantities.Mr ; .- London Times.A Always keep a full Hut of t:1f: : I.iti-t -ifcs! m .
Buy vii r\ ciiruis: ;, cigarettes: tobacco -
A partv: of Tu'kch i(> made : Gen. ()it. of Ltwtey, and his broth
; and l groceiies at Ocah a Hvniy! \'i-tt thi-.; week to seethe I II er. FMUII Ohio, m-idf Highland a pleasant Peculiar Privilege.It .
. ; Gents Furnishing oos. Alvarez: &, T.i.lI10l'. I I greni :Ss>THt-. 'I'rop1l'a.. I I' visit on Moml.iy[ last. appears that only two persona enjoythe Parlor! and Bedroom suites, S'debcsrds t and Chiffoniers.

No\ straw i hit'": at G. !I. U'hipple! &; t'o. have ,purrha'sedfour privilege of driving! to the Vatican -- -- ..-- ---- -- -
;'JDRY GoopNUTIOS. Tuibj, Steuduirg &:; ( '(t. Mrs Tlilli.-ird and children, of steam Imileiinn,, addition\ to the :-ix i with a one horse vehicle. One of them

Jacksonville! an v's tin<; with Dr. 'I 'iliey already iiave in \11'. their incie.t; -ini; U commissary. general of tho holy inquisition CLARK & LOFTUS
clothinir -clothing :
jnstreceind
I- lIa\"iDg Just ron-ivi'il a Lirar "..u.k .>f Clothing, J. L. Gaskins and fami'y. liii;mess requiring additional: power. Then ; I anti the other the Prussian am- ,
the pIpiivi Jrol"I... \It are pn-pirwl t<. supply a lame! inv\ (iice at .HI is no\v Ill'; Hi! 9 p. 1.1. This firm is bassador accredited to tho Holy See. The
your wants Give us :i ('/11\! nut) ItS.pcl Trill,.,'. Sti; inbnrg & (''o.Fint"t !\Tr.\ E. 'Strt'ni.!; left Monday for now completing[5 i.ujre bluiU for *'vasoiiii latter's privilege owes Its origin to ratheran ..

s'ur JIMMlt Ldu..c 1'11)11I; t' "l. IU'Il'. butter and dll'pl'l', I Hams. Oil City, Pa.. vhere he expects to I lumber.'Hie interesting circumstance. A Prussian ,10 AND I i2': V.'IIST:: IUV ST1JKKT: ,

RIVERS & JOINER{ Shoulders at Walter WillWe )-. remain: for some time yet.Mr. .Misses I Il.ile and ("one.vh', mndpuiclmses .. ambassador some vears ago drove up one -
here List full: tout have iiet-n
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f'1u:23 STAUKB FLA. the lintstlint' t : R. T. Richard has day in a single horse carriage and presented
hi
have IM-\OII. <| Ion I : accepted spei.din i !', I llu-winter i i It ore. hav ju-t 1'1'I I rre>iM>ndeiicc Solicited.ir Jacksonville Florida.
I II;' spring dry iood; < we have the position as aorent for the G. S. turned fn,;n a tlvu-wciks tour of lie himself for admission at the gatesof ,
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the Vatican leading into the courtyard
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COMMERCIAL HOTEL ever htl.mall and examine: .hether &; F. railioad: : at Palatka.: t "'-
I Mrs.I G. A. (.'.tiler ami hi-r sifter llrs.Haii.cs. I ; but, in pursuance of their orders, lSi-Il You the I I. r t IH' l.iu-t: .Ami! ''v.,.x:;-.?
\\ :\\lit\\ to.bny or nut.Trnby *---
FLORIDA you : The city saw"mi.l is kept busy : frutuVan, Mass.; oIl fiundsiifMr. he was refused admission except on foot
ST1BK12, Steinbtiri i ,; &: ( 0. t filling! local orders, tic. building i ii nil Mis Kin: \, are making Flmid.i by the Swiss 'guard. Being forced to

OPPOSITE) DEPOT. Po'atoes, -: tlaig I-, app'es, ('t('., at boom of StarLe! is so great. (livir tir.st visit, and ;ne d'1iglitt-il\ with I Il.e yield he complained with somo bitterness I

FJRST-CLASS .ACCOMODATIONS.r .- AleacliamV.rfiil I Mate in genetal and HigliUnd in particular. to Cardinal Autonelli secretary of House : Furnishing : Goods ; of : All : Kinds.
Strawberries in small! .
quantities state to Pius IX, who said he would refer
for The TKI.I-.CKAIMI
$2.00 Per Day. : -.' ilie t : .
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a' e shipped i/ } every: day from Staike It is rutrored: I hat the MuMM>r.rjr. the matter to his holiness. Pius IX, upon
Onlv H doll.ir: a year.An -. and other points in the county. I Highland and! Lilc: ? Butler railroadvil: ; hearing of the incident immediately gave ---- "
SPECIAL RITES MADE TO WEEKLY OU immense\ line of harness and be complettd: ill' the near; future.Mr. orders"that henceforth his excellency I oI
MONTHLY BOARDERb. received Save your money to })entl at Vi from South I Caiolin.i.1 i I _
bridle just at the RACKET STORE. I ugil tim the Prussian ambassador was to be allowed .
HOTEL THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND Trnby, Sternbnrg &:: ('u. .. has recently opened "Hu'cl [llizhl.ind' ." admittance cum quocumque quad- .:\[Ialmiii t (.atlll'tot :111', 1 \'\"It'ltH'1 :':-.b.h-' .''. Figs= a:.,,! .,.t.ats. !1.1! I,".1"'..'.'''..'. ,'.."..
RUN IN FIUST-CUbS ORD rl. The phantom : Wednesdaynight X. '
party rupede.-Chicasro Timea.POWDER. .
Strawl)eiT-y rates: I jwer' than ever was a rich treat and thoroughly -.-- -- l\ulfllrt-, :Mttircsscrrt4.t:. rv aiul! T;: :' '<. I.uiiLiii, ;: (.':,..".''.";''_
J. iiSCH"ilBT; at Trnby, S'ernbnrg those who ___._
(:njo"t.111IY participated.The I
The is
following the iUi of drawn
names :
DeclS' ,PripiMor.lIVERY :: i Extra Dry Champaigne}
nnd Dublin Stout for "ale by supper given last FiHay: toH'iveas juiors at the spring term If

Alvarez fc: Liddon.We night h)' the ladies< of Methodist( circuit couit for Brulforn county! which OY4 I Willow, Reed and Rattan Goods of al! Kinds.

SALE and church at the court house, was a convenes in this city oIL the first '1>ty of "
defy competition\ in price Anril! 'I ATTENTION; '
style. ] of the clothing we atc offering.Triiby.Sternliurg complete success.'lIme : it YALP BTBAWBEBBY "MEN !

:; &:;: Co. Bridges Bros. concert last OUAND JURORS: Ship vot ir: Fruit and Yiyital.IisHost ; ;I..

-aud- Dressmaking I by iTiVethy\ and night given in the court house to a John: T Smith Powers Fred Bun \\ t:11:3teplU'u :.JX.L 1r p_ ...&:-1.. _Ti'.. ox: :. '

sisteis, late from'Kansas: City. Cutting large and appreciative i audience, wasa Iluyni'SM. 3,4: \\ ::1-hhl':1II1 :: iiti. Nu-.. Y..rk- it\:. It

FEED STABLE by the best tailor system, and complete success. L McKinney N J Thomas of rcfercr.ceF..\r HU-IIC t... )l/bnks. p.;'Mtcurds; and o1s.ririfornmatiou .

CALL srREET.. STARKE FLA., nil work neatly done. Near Corner Mr. T. G. Alvarez has returned Geo E A Hicks Epperson Adam W D AlvarezL Tison : apply} lu \V. ,'to\ I KALLAKH.1 I.o-al .A"tli"XIJKE' .

:South:; and. Cherry stieets Starke.I from his to New York lie II I ( PLA;
F. EDWARDS, Jr., Prop. trip sayshe Abe! Cioshy Henry II Hall; ------- .- -- ---- .. -'..__ : ; -
will not: be undersold. Come struck the coldest weather ever I -
.. SP Clews II A
Ellington
SADDLE HORSES and CAUR14GESl
al l ready for lI! J. \\ '
Give me a cxll licforu you cnntnict. I Hodges. [Dr. McBeth and wife, of Color J M Clianccy A W Browning

We Strive toPI a*C!'. Seed potatoes ami seed beans at ado, are stopving at :i'rs.: If. W. PETIT jciioRf: ..- ---- -

Truby, Sternberg & Co. Epperson's.' They are highly pleased John G Hitch M[ R BcnelcyI

U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER Nice new buggies for sale by with Starke. I \ Pinholster) : II A Douglas New York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and fast .
N. J. Jones. I
I B A Parish R G Ware: Absolutely Pure
The G. S. & F. road ha had. such Sailing From } J1' Rot: \ND'.Ni, FL".EVERrTDIJlnD.' ,
Mew good- {\f all kinds just re-I j jceived BtiCcess with its experimental farm Jn.mcs\ II Rilcli .* J B; Johnson Thin powder never VArles. A man el of yurlty.streupth NEW OJh" 1-\"JUIY II'J 'D.i1.1T a p.m.IP.Oi -

I at J. W._Hodges. .* at Cycloneta, Ga., that it thinks of J G Coleson G \\" Clyattc and wliolesomenfre.! Mere econon.Tonl!! -- sn.U1BS-: :

Duck egsfor sale.i : -Keep ducksin locating one in Florida.. A G Pcarce J D Smith competition luau IhA onUoary wtii kinds the multitude arnica not of low he sold tost in -

and destroythe II 0 Barry C J .Weeks thort weight. alum or.ph:1tl"poW'dl'r.c) Sold RIO GRANDE
your berry patches Tax AssessorVainri! :: is hard only in can*. ROTAL BAKI.SO POTTEER Co.. 115 ,
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cut worms and crickets.Heibcrgcr F EdwauU John \\ O>teen win street. New York. Captain Conuor. -
_ I, 'ir & Richard. at 'work assessing the )property of James R Join's! JV Bhuodwoih.Io .
Bradford: county for 1890. Give in I STATE TEXAS
I
1K ICacket,. Kaeket, Racket St ore. your property to him at once. 3011 liItWWhlat a RACKET ")' .r 1l iJl" Captain Williams. ,
STOUE i is.How .
.. Call and te the new stock of The water supply} of Starke isl1l'rh"cnt ( u Ji\B L -

shoes at J. \\'. lIoc1 ('?. off. There is not enoughvauf to Cure La Cripple. I w City of San Antonio,

J.V.. Hodges is selling clothing, \ in town to put' out a good-: From the lies :\Moines I ail and Times: Captain Wilder.Klmvi 5Se

-AXD- shoes, hats, notions. and in fact everything sized honfirbere are the city :Mr. OoorgeTennant! ofibiseilv.I i in eon- : ..' )"Fer'ja'jUiito; :i ;jrriv.il! of tr aht J *.irnj Jacksonville 9.30 8. m
than .lie has ever verHHtion with ii rt'pn'iI'utali\'oofthp! Triti.is of lli-, *ri* "ii-U tVcifr-l tt irt.ii-i-iul i Itiilronl: from nH points south, i ii "r.iv';
.JE WEL: F1:it"STARKE. choapei wells! ? Mail anti Timt'>4. oiiee\eninj this Wf'PK.Hil in i Feruamiiiia 7:0'J p.m.VcJnesii.iy.. and 11:153.m., Thursd ty, in.iklug close. con-'
before. : "Yes' I took ihis prevailing in- n,, tlnnoj.I .
Fr..A.SPfcIaIatknuon The TELEGRAPH has no field agentat The transportation companies: so fluoiiza. I jjavo up worK and went to Stejinrr.stop: mit rnrtswj. k. (;.1. only aii'l .irrlve in New' York :Mondays.Passengers .
s.1ven torepiirinsr Watclie far this season have been bleedingthe bed. I had a dreadful eolith and was .., *
atClocks '. Ac.. Aci All work do f' present. Mr. T. Si. Scott; is no shippers. In almost, every case: very sick! hut nm all' rijjlit, now. '*Wc arrh'ill"HIIIC> pr"cef for caab ventured ask what ) bad .
TELEORAPII. !
longer representingthe remedy ;proven SCHUbUI.K FOU 3I.\lU'IIr
made in
they have overcharges successful I in lil'.. CSSO. "(1, Jhamber-: I.
Notice to farmers.() bushels!' of freight laln's oiurli, Hemedv. I 1I f'lllwhol.!<- .. LCITC: Nsw Yoiuc. TK: IIK It. LEAVE }'EBN4. IU. '

DRUG STORE.i' seed for sale cheap by bottle it broutrlit me out ail) right: I feel Friday February 41.... ..... .... .-- .. _..UIOGRANOE.... _.. .........Thursday. February27:!
peanuts Items interest from all of all We Jo"rda.r.I'.bru.us.! :: ....... .... .. ...ST.'TEOO.TE: .. .._ .......... Thl1rWtayM.veb S 5
Walter Wills. patts right now. are never withoutChamberlain's Fiklay.March ?.. ... ............ ...Kin uR.\ IIE........_..... ,........Thursday.M rchl1
the county are solicited each week.If luodieiius in our family. Friday March 14........... ... bT.-\TE 010'nc.\8.... .. ......Thursday. il&rebtO:
We guarantee all our shoes:: to be that will interest This testimony onl\ ono of many I FridayMarch: 21 ,.. .... ... HtOORANHK: ..... ...._..... ...Tb'in-tUv.MarchX7 .
r4i _-- made of solid leather'J'rtlSternhiirg you kll anything that miJht lie si\eii: to showth v"lueof I Friday,March 28.... ............. ....STATE OFTfe.X\S.! ,.._ ....... ........Tbur dny,April 3 :'
& Co.Uargains the public don't fail to report these preparatioiiK. Those who are aC- This Space is reserved Fc.r general! infcrlualj"t'Ih (..
it to the TELEGRAPH. tlieied' with this tnaixdy would lo well J ,I. ( UTKiat, A .;ent77U'e!t Bay Street.Jacksonville. Fla.V. .
in shoes I atTniby to use CliMinbfiIain's: Cousiti IlPtnedy.It'u for the It. II tHBY, A !nt t>ot l'\'Dt.-r Ft-rnandiaa,Flo.

Sternbnrg & Co. Frank Forster the murderer of I 'ed as dii'-eicd: ) i it will I I bo found elfee- Racket Store. C. HALLQIIY: & (ca., (General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y. 4.,1 .
tual.) Fifty eent bottles f t'-r sale< 'lyv. .
in hi-
statement to .
Another lot of'wagons just" received Sheriff Epperson' \ II. Rivers. --

ht\' Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. a Timcs-U niun reporter, denies killing There is nn ,1."';jer of puoiiinonia following -
lie that hispistol rsttac-k of Ij-i wh.. DR.M.AjSIMMONSB
flour; Epperson. says an Grippe n
Another load of just!' received
.. car Chambrrlaiu'Coujrh: Restudy i i.. taken I
-, (; .e ; Willi not fired at all.
by Trnby. Sjernburg & Co. as directed f"r a "'evereolil: smut oa.ro is I ,- WIT*of to-called Lifer RraIfaton. '; -.
J. L. ''GASKINS: Botilocna nsMl tit avoid exposure. Fifty vomit bot- dv .Balms: etc. All are Imita- ,
Boneless hams;
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sausage The strawberry shipper* around tips for.s.ile bv "II.Rivers.: % I tioosof tilts Original)fedcine.rut on .
';:" DEALER IN bonelc] corn beef, pi
cured hams and t shoulders always on commission firm of New .. FgEALBRA which! -
l, Mr. E. while in Staike last withTol1anJ ii:1bd: i.e original
: Drugs & MedicineL & Co. Strong, : '. ...:. hast 1e auto-rra:>:i an I pictur e{Dr.A.SimmoscaiuiuiIronanItbesewCtda. M.
1 ha 'd at Truby. Sternbnrg York. They say that he has completely week, purchased: of .J. H.Iar.ill: : I

Starke. Fla I Mrs. \\'ii kovskt hasopened storewith } cheated them out of their the house and lot oh Thompsonstreet I JAVA& MOCHA |I ontopofe'chbo&Uean4rCkse'Tra44Mari! Rc**>5t rcd C01\SUUI1" of Aaai ,

;. Physicians' Prescriptions I the goods set apAit as her dow berries.Mr. opposite the residence of J. IPictnraaiidAutogrmpIijNoY.! Ji.lS J.*

VtnfitUj Compounded at all how*-rf V ot'ry. She will get in a nt'wtork. ina and her \\'. Andrews. -. ..I E9FFEb
:\ .'. Evelyn Taylor
2 night full! line of : : : MEDICINE
few days!: and parry a mother, Mrs. .T'l'I", late of Broason: -
t goods. Mrs. E. D. Wall will act as have rented Prof. Young's; cottage We have received a copy of the 1 Has for 47 years cared IJl WunOXaDtLlonnss.
: ,Co3Tiv :""us.DvsPIEnu.
for her. Richmond Times from Mrs.
milliner Captain
"tl'l'ct'h they will !: HKAOACBB,' Los or ArrsTTts,
on .,laI1i ()n rl' jcx :
Tones account ofa ':Fi) '1] T I SOCK STOMACH, Low Snxns, Foci.JiicATbi .
WE treat andCORE PEIt1AOTLY ] containing a long : 1 f a i
and
GOODS the receive boarders lodgers. I
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The place to >uv 11 : COLIC ETC.
CII RQN- .rtf.j'r.
or :NO PAY, all ri-ception to the Pn.slytl'rim \. j I II I :
given Vt.J.R.C'aves.Edi1orotT.W
8.//61.
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ic DISEASES, DCKOKSUTIES ICACKET PERFECT ART ALBUM COM-
andSuiccIcALCAsv. SFXu :: Rev. S. C. ThoniK celebrated! his clergyman: there, who had been 24 BEAUTIFUL PHO- Johm?. is,'Iccm..s\"*:lrccdvcd a pot- S

i u,:.r.s\ ,DISEASES nnJ CUll of Tr.I Mtx.lie W if o-* I Our merchant)* are all getting inhaigeitocks eightieth birth'day! : ; =t Frid-ty. Mr.Thoma. pastor of that church for 45 contin- I '---- FRE EA' REPRESENTING TEA ate Ilf tl ot rear it. Itworu LivcrloI likea diwe.char"and ha I"e waat used L Lno 5
COFFEE Will
S .4's._ mltsof/mprr'urj J-nlIabttinTjr'f 1.1 1"1':1111.i a UN'. ot spring and summerI .-* H a hale: hearthy old gentleman ou'al"s.. The account is! very FUBA\ LE. BE SENT ON RECEIPT OF YOUR CULTURE ADDRESS. better mere Liycr of %Re-iaat'-r.cilin'.IotUre.and certalaiylCO -
fHifrt I .roods.I ,-i1. for I (GROVE CHASE & SANBORN, Wedic eo..ProP"'..
-:-- :-;)-1 the II/"/ !! /.'ti A t, _ _ _ : and \\ preserved one interesting. Viluil.K'CRANGK on -C.F.Simmons S
nnd 87 BROAD ST., BOSTON. St.LoniaMo.
S i..fl-AT 77a and, nw-nirri"- S /.VIPM...-. .... has been of. his age. He has all of his own gOlIl terms.!
a : I..I ln-1!s J.'i'I'r ; !a .11. :)Ir. ..J.V.. I Hodges eonfined
tl'in.! i' ",;( >.f ;s, '. \. ,.,j !1lr'u.t": f. .r his bed this week with teeth ana is active and ambitious asa Subscribe for I he TJ-XEGRAPJI. T! lOST K r.URG.novc.4t i.,. ....,,k ,' II t. C" 1.1a. I 'c. stexrlimIvlv ESTABLISHED 184-0
,-., J.O..If' Ctirc. It'i xn. -fi) i. Ii.i-. !-" to You afford it. 1.0.1\ Starke Fla. I liv TruhStcrnh it!; (\>.
,c'\Z. ':: ::-:: :t;: \t. J'.n n', i-, .:,1;; ;;.,L., bov. cia vtar.tt -
tt4t.i. .,!. ::;.\'IL.4 'l'r.:.:> fever. ,oJ

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# Beautiful Women Dappled'In CATAI .' It is not nceaa. Car's Littl
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SOUTHERN duced because CARL DUNDER. women CaUirhal Deafness-May Fenr-A New Liver Pills will !you DS littlpilL -;
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AGRICULTURAL. my life I have many Treatment. Small price. Small pill r '
Home
OTHERS \ .. f the bulk and weight the Old Gentleman"Caught On To" welL Among them is a fair majority of not generally "*are thatyKSffss ,Sma .
'" T --- / While In Retirement. would call Sufferers a that they his notes to get dew '* ,
by also leaving what the truly appreciative : contagiOUs, or Rh who allows pier
t- APPEARANCES. ashes and salt, and well!" exclaimed Sergeant I thank God, as It of living parasites will soon mist from business -
fact b cal '
.,. .......... _; as Carl Dun- happy, for which of the nose Hotel f! :
: pounds of kainit. The In great surprise, me to take on the whole a in the lining membran Gaett -
RflEND Appearances Sometimes Deceptive, has helped ,
: Bat Ton Can are Penally Rate a Farmer by nothing of value that "\ entered the Woodbridge hopeful view of life as well as of however euaacb.iafl, tub this to bo a rech fact I'BROW 'S BuoxrHUi- TBOCHM aree*'']

the Appearance of HIS Farm. *. by the ashes (potash), station Saturday afternoon. "I human nature. Now are these women, the result of this discovery is that cellent for the relief of Hoarseness o Bow
'- in and had started for Germany with devoted has been formulated whereby Throat They are exceedingly-effective.
The popular idea observing richer potash you of them are remedy -
among
blessed as many London :
and Catarrhal Deaf ness Christian \
: o'3f people is, that there is much in appear- stituted being greater, husbands, cheerful homes, cultivated Catarrh, Bay Fever cared in from one to three Word Eng ..

: ances. The. manncr and the habits, and substitution is a large exactly" replied Mr. Dunder society and leisure for the exercise are simple permanently application* at home by the 8pzicczjsgo1ftbutwheuacrQ'n1people

the dress of people serve, oftentimes, to percentage of potash. his nose with great compla- of any special talent they may patient once in two mae. get tOgeth tle like t diaslpa. 1 iT

I LESSENS6jflo UFZU determine somewhat their business and effect of the possess beautiful women? With one N. B.-This treatment been is not discarded a snuff or anointment by FOR a Cough or Sore Throat the-istmedli /1t -_

bIMINISK their success. In this way without the material Increase In where have you been?" or two exceptions no. Indeed more ; both have as injurious. A cine is Halo's Honey of Horehound and To*" .
: indication of acid and a vhas I somo greenhorns?" positively plain, I reputable physicians is paph Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute _
21pdI11Lb, utterance of a word or the phosphoric than a few of them are let explaining this new treatment snt '

5 statement, and through no other the potash. don't look to be." if feature only is considered while receipt of tre cents ,in stamps to John pay first, time a man- is called baldj tig t

:BRADFIELD REGU1ATCRcO. nAN1 source than bare appearances, we determine For general crops some cow meets me on der street from the rest I can single out but two postage by I Dixon Toronto& Son Cana&LCftrUtlan cor. of thoughtOffight TBS comeit his head :

DLD STALL DRU57Z. a.man to be a clergyman, a lawyer would give best results; she take me for hay?" or three whose faces and figures con and King St. *:

a merchant or a farmer as the case second Is preferred. form to any of the recognized standardsof .d from troubles To REortATS digestion the stemachliver,take one andbowelsy of Carter' ,
Sufferers hud and

may be. Appearances go even farther. material value.- you vhas some gonfidence man" physical perfection. But they aro carefully read the eta Little promote Pills every night Try teD fio : T

: Men who are good observers of things you try to play a game on me? honored they are loved. they are deferred 0 :I Lver 1 1"Do

SCOUTSEMULSION about them can tell in a good degree PROTECT think so. But what do you to. While not eliciting the admiration THERE is one this? every "bud" must wonrreo by helves" would b a pooi '{

have baand that's aHerald. blow out-Boston motto for the divorce lwer-Time ....
the success of others, simply by appear- by all this? of every passer-by, they -
Post the Land Apalunt --
ances.A i I and Give Them I used to.bo like some cab- acquired through the force the sweetness No Opium-in Piso's Cure.for Cnsumpt ,

good farmer never seats himself in Quite a number of Eaferypody beats me. or originality of their characterthe Oregon the Paradise of Farmer Cures where other remee f : .,

L ;; a rickety vehicle behind a poor team plaining about the laughs at me und I like appreciation of those whose appreciation Mildequitabloclimatecertain and abundant --- mai life 'c .

to be drawn by harness that is one-third their farms and to I back to Shermany. Dis vhas all. confers honor and happiness, and crops.the Best fruit.. grain,grass,stock free. country burden.Lntt-tssnuJfCJ-Fort Worthpazette.BKWABS tgenta can. I }, .
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almost in Flnformation AddssOregnlmgratonBoadPortadOregon ----
cotton strings. We can always termination of this now. consequently their days pass in an at-

: ; tell a good farmer by appearances. of them are posting ?" mosphere of peace and good will whichis .of imttons"TaUrslcI'
4'OfPureCod Every body knows that "all is not gold I keeps quiet for der last six above tho delirious admiration his
fuse to even let their as far WHKI a man succeeds in overcoming of a chiropodist the t
1 r 1Ii Liver Oil and that glitters" and that "appearancesare th'e land, where tho und get posted. If somepody can accorded to the simply beautiful as the disposition to talk too much ho Wit too IH the acknowledges presence the corn. w.
man
: ,. often deceptive." These are exceptions nearly all killed. The fun of me now I like to see him nlacld) shining of the sunbeam is to the much. .J Pt '
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HYPOPHOSPHITES ; the rule is, "you may know a for their action is a I vhas right onto all der tricks phenomenal -blaze of an evanescent -

: j, man by the company he keeps and the) being that the bird is heard of, und I can spot a fiame.-An.pa Katharine Green, in .

: : ;Jj\ of Lime and coat he wears." r Insect-destroyers of two blocks away. You won't Ladies' Home Journal. :-
g Look upon a man's fields and you have tell me any more to shump intc S .3 ,
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birds and its
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-.1 a very fair idea of the man himself. ." A Superb Achievement. A ;
i I Soda work the greatest Thousands of dollars have been expendedin III
Get still nearer to him and examine his rejoiced at the news. Now tell 1''i
farming products. preparing the magnificent new catalogue ,
:; : H endorsM ana prescribed by leading fences his barn, his sheds his tools and and sportsman cares posted you." just issued by the Bryant & Stratton Chicago I IL IIURUGSTU ,
; j'hyblclaois because both the Cod Lien OU his home, al\.d you have him drawn to feller from Now York. Ho takes Business College, Shorthand Instituteand C1 {So
; and Jlirpopliorphitet are the reooealze game than quail and pfi7fJ 4ii'ft .
which is the -
.1. .: I cents la the cure of Consumption. It is life. Whatever1'may be his pretensions that the farmers.have a class all alone for fifteen dollars most English Training and costly School volume of the kind ) .
k I. as palatable M milk. and his professions his marvelous talesof vhas dot eh?'' I elegant
plain of such I How ever published, the postage alone amount.tag ,
: iiCOii t LL's Emulsioni ,Emul/lion..lf. dpefe'f thrift, you need to see his fields and abuse the privilege he threw up his right arm and to 10 cents. It contains 112 large pages, -

I .1"....) a. wonderful flesh M'rodurfr. It if the his home before you can fully measure by shooting stock, a long jump sideways knocking a 9Xxl2: inches with 30 exquisite enamel full-page ,.
nut Remedy tor CONSUMPTION, the man. If the fields are full of bushes over and scaring a boy out of a engravings printed on finest paper '
or otherwise taking and ambitious man and woman .
young
': .. Scrofula Bronchitis Wasting Diseases and and stones about which every : !
,
stumps indulgence afforded I growth. should secure a copy. Address H. B. BRYAN :
: .. Chronic Conghs and Colds. weeds are growing luxuriantly you at ers and farmers. I pretty good. What kind of a 1 & Soy, Proprietors, 7 to 19 WashingtonSt. .,,
1 T Ask for Sootfo Emulsion and take no other. standard the It Chicago, Illinois.
once make your for man. way to increase that do you call ? .

If about the barn you find dilapidationand post tho land until vhas a nickel-plate movement Ix the National flower discussion the 'Z7- I '1 #11, 1* .
decay the fences awry and the practiced If a man shumps oudtj oi marrygold and toddy blossoms havo been 'I a \ :. .
.i hunters have
pot
.iV' manure wasting you have sufficient to hit you with a sand-club. grossly neglected.' -Rochester. Budget 1/- a .3Ii
in places.-Warsaw ( )
... :.f:. yp PFq data to form an accurate opinion as to up ent. dot club comes down you vhas WHILB the true American does not believe -. -4 '

the income from! his farm. The stepsto away. Dot probably saves mj in a King he willbet his last cent on f -----. .- "
the home shaky and unsafe, the win- A Serious tousand times." four of them.-TerreJHaute Express.A 'eq 1. ; .

dow shutters banging by a leather strap A large number else?" Representative American Institution.The -

fpr a hinge the door shutter dragging throughout the if a tie comes aroundt I can New York Central &: Hudson River : ,

(L: upon the floor with a resistance that year's supply of meat like grease rolling off a log." Railroad ing public is, to-day and also recognized quite generally by the travel-by its :., -

requires one-horse power to open it, the warm weather .....?" competitors, as being in many respects the ,

,. roof Leaking and the top of the chimney were killed. It Is carries his left hand in his!! representative Trunk Line leading from -b -

blown off, are marks of the man's set apart a portion of und can't look you in der face. the distinction Atlantic seaboard The merit unsurpassed of this S ..;

character and thrift, unmistakable in supply the pick 'em oudt on der street by dCI natural advantages, upon by a

>- the tale they tell. Strangers can tell Usually our fall and ." liberal and progressive supplement. ,

you the appearance of the man by tak- seasons of cold a good thing and you ought It is the aim of the Centra'managementto !
his likeness from his surroundings.It provide for the this line tho r
ing killing and salting a detective bureau. Anything patons \
service to this end all V
will not do to saj the farmer is too This has been a tho resources atainable. company are intelligently .! .

much reduced to improve, his surround- work, and the loss should shmile! If ;you vhas some diret.A splendid roadway.admirable I I : -.

&P.rT: ..;10)"_''' ings. A few days' work at times when thousands of dollars, where you look for my tain serce. and magnificent ,

., ; ONE: ENJOYS' I nothing else can be done will'removethe farmers, already beset ,eh?" euipment Central in the which foremost place rank the GQrvEutj3- ,' .

; Both tho method and results when bushes thb stumps and the stones. low prices damage by your breast-pocket. among the railroads of the United States. ."

Just a little time and industrious effort Many of them have no ? Ha! ha! ha! Dot vhas anothei .
y Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant
; THBBB is nothing worse for the harmony .
will ..t. the fences. In two days a tho loss .
rig with
: nnd refreshing to the taste, and acts up repair I put my handkerchief oop here of an orchestra teen to have a trombone WELL AND STAY WELL"Get :;E
shelter can be made that will hold one with which :
money my wallet in my coa'c-tail pocket, player get off his baso.-N. 0 Picayune. "GE
4, gently jet J promptly on the Kidneys, year's accumulation of manure. Two or will fall heavily upon tief to rob me ho ;; -
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system three bushels of cofn or wheat, sold Kentucky and some goes gets Tmr Supreme Court Judges are consciousthat well and stay welL But how shall we do it! '
Dot probably safes me twc the Washington bench is not a a Listen, friend and the secret 111 tell
my
vb .
effectually, dispels colds, headaches will pay for a-new stem to the chimney; dollars." board.-Hutc-'inaon (Kan.) News. for that there's no secret to it, .

i and fevers and cures habitual a few,dozen eggs or some extra poultry The Fruit Crop Any thing more?" The Old .Old Story. Tough.my 0 mn mte uderd very well. -

fi3 constipation.: Syrup of Figs is tho wUl repair the blinds and the shutterto Will the fruit crop suppose I vhas Chicago nnd A little cough: a feeling Ill; I you're low-it glomy. depressed nights bring no rest, -:;.
; of its Kind the door and a little proper economy unusual winter? Of A bond ache oft; a daily chill: I nothing your .
i only remedy ever produced man likes to make me his vic A slower walkt a quickene J breath; your fi foul a your mouth seems much fouler, '
1? pleasing to the taste and acceptable will shelter the hpme and tho family that have been brou If it vhas you, vhas would you A frequent talk ot coming de'"th. And 5 c smch you become they c you a "growler," -
from the decay that comes by the storm warm sun havo been No strength to rise from day to day; Be sure that trouble is due
: to the stomach, in From loving e cs be fvies away. t lve
prompt and the chill that brings sickness and by the frosts. The Now lifts no more the weary head. And the blood is as sluggish as
its action and truly beneficial in its don't know. The struggle's o'or; the man is dead. Becomes when it's filled with all manner of stuff: .
1 effects, prepared only from the most disease through; lack of comfort. will depend on the ha! ha! It pays me to learn dot Such is the fatal progress of consumption. Clear it out and the current runs smoothly enough .
T ese Improvements should be made hereafter. The me tousands of dollars. I shust H jw often is repeated the old, old story.

I healthy and agreeable substances, not simply for the sake of appearances.To able, as.the buds are at him-so, und. : 'How vhas Yet not half so often as it was before the Go to the drug and get a bottle of and Scalp Diseases, Solt-rhenm,Te.E* :
4_, its many excellent qualities commend live in midst of and say knowledge came to mankind that there was Dr. Pierce's sr the and kindred ailments. ,
the dilapidation that makes them to-day?' und off he Dot in medical .cience which the Mec Dive zm Al blo
a discovery
goes. by no matter of what name .
\T it to all and have made it decay tajfes away a good portion of a low temperature. him understand I vhas on to de: dread disease could be arrested in its early great is Blood-purifier cure for the low Ivgortr. pim. remedial Scrofulous '
a sure
I the most popular remedy known. man's active forces. On the contrary six degrees below ." stages and the patent restored to I depression a man fe1 when ad his Bores it Swelng.infuecc er-r and Hip-

(1 Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c the simple appearance: of thrift gives scant fruit crop this see. What else?" This Golden wonderful Medical Discovery.', i Dr. Tierce's ner inactive and his blod ipue It's joint Di. ae grave rnaladiea ,

4 1 and $1 bottles by all leading drug- energy and impulse to effort, as it in- all but the hardiest you vhas going homo at. the only blood-puriller and li that hve t its marelou curative
spires hope and the possibility of suc- Thousisus! of cures follow the use of Dr.Sac's guaranteed to benefit or cure, or money propre.wl
gists. reliable who und robber oudt und
t Any druggist a steps wants cures Indiges DISPENSARy MEDICAI. ASSOCIATION -
I may not have it on hand will procure cess. A well-managed farm and a comfortable HERE AND.f"t.money or your life? How would Catarrh Remedy.-0 5 cents. ,b promptyrfumle, ad I its wonderful P2Prctr No. 6ti3 Main Street,

well kept home stand as a bea- do blood-purifying properties,conquers all Skin Buffalo, .
?
t4 it promptly for any one who -One mode of THB conceit of some people is so strong
con to a community and a standard to ive him of that they their mistake because .
course.
wishes to it. Do not my money air -
try accept others. poultry is to can it. they make Atchison Globe. -
ubstitutc.A would eh? Ha! ha! ha! Do 1 I,
gt any Our aim pn the farm should not be, so duces enormous Cured.
who vhas greenhorns! I shouhln', Consumption Surely an 1;
:: CALIFORNIA WG SYRUP CO. much Immense yields at the sacrifice of and we should be vhay. I should open my umbrella To THE EDITOK:-Pleaso inform your ., $500 CP.-.n incrbleC0

,_I -- SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. neatness, method and order. Such'poijcy I tion. hold It before und 'fire!' readers that I have a positive rcmedv for -. the proprietors of DR.SAGE'S CATARRH. REMEDY. 4
me as
LOUISVILLE. KY. It -The cost of cry the above named disease. By its timely SYMPTOMS OF CATA..n.-Hfdnehf. obstruction of nO.dichar ;
HEW YORK. M.f. will sooner or later bring decay. a
as I could. No robber can pet at use thousands of hopeless cases have been L falling into throat, and aci'id. thic i
Is far better to do less and do it well. est expense to the if you hold an umbrella oudt. 1 permanently cure. I shall be glad to send : tenacious mucous, punent bloody and putrid: eyes \H'J.ringing i c
Remove the hindrances and obstructions lay for horses cattle I! two bottles my re dy FREE to any of : deafness,difficulty cearnl thrt expectoration ( ma ;
lots of odder things but I haf nc breath offensive; and t debility.
fields sils and extra labor your readers vho have consumption if they tt impair gnetl
from the keep p
; time to-day. I come down to pit will send me their and ; : few of these symptoms at onc 'bousd of cases
express postofficeaddress. result in and end in the
; all work in thrifty comfortable often more than the consumption
Tutt's PillsFOR some complaints. Somepody stole Respltull.r. T. A. SLOCUM, M. C., By mild soothing cleansing and ATC l>r. Cage's Remedy
condition; the barn plain and simpleIt Rules may be dollars from me last night, street New York. cures it worst eases. antspic, remedy does not, like proprirl irritating snuffs, .
may be, but well kept and neat dairy work but York "creams" and strong caustic solutions with which the public hare long been
in all that the dot feller from New vhas lost. A wOY'la never so badly in love that simply palliate for n hon tmp.or drive the dictate to the lung*, a thr IB hubug
above
appearance; see made for feeding the oudt to walk around a leedl('b3 ehe not try to find out the cost of her in the use of such it produces perfect and permanent cure of the
r TORPID LIVER. borne Is one worthy of the wife who quantity and quality und ho vhas engagement ring. wont coxes of Chronic Catarrh, aa thousands can testify. "Cold 11 tbo Head" -
being a stranger .
service in and out for i with a few applctons. Catarrhal Headache ia relieved if b" .
gives her day day will have her cur cur s
A torpid liver deranges the wholo.y" special oop und can't find his wa THERE is probably no article for the It removes olensivo bnthl0 or impairment of the sense of t, or bearing .
4A tern and produce the X5on\f ort and happiness of the household must be complied ." public which so nearly tells fI3' mae! watering or eye memory.when caused by the violence of Catarrh, ;

: Sick Headache and you will feel better for the -When milk is Didn't you lose a coat too?" Antidote for Malaria Every bottle a they all frequently ar. By druggists, CO cents. '
effort and become, actually more pros- makes a permanent friend and herald
drink it is also unfit use
It vhas behind der door und
In these days,when
Costiveness Rheu from improved surround- medicne. every
Dyspepsia, perous your- Scours frequently takes coat und money too." is used m advertisingthis

matism Sallow Skin and Piles. ings.The not receiving milk I this way." medicine only needs to be known to sellon PISO'S
its A few doses destroy CURE ROR
usual farm work is now over and sweet The natural led him Into the lockup halted merit. wi a
There is no better remedy for these Maar i system. mail for
season's labor is
before another
common dinease than Tutt's I.tver fairly ing young calves at one of the cells, and asked him dolla. Best Cough Medicine Recommended by Physicians.
rUI.,as a trial will prove. Frlee,35c. begun there is ample time for the improvement closely as possible. know the occupant Dr. A. T. SHALLESBERGER, Rochester, Pa. Cures where all else fails Pleasant and agreeable to the
of the farm in all its needed taste. Children take it without
Sold Everywhere. Manure will not he vhas my trainer! exclaimoc objection. By drug" .
; changes and repairs. Give thinga THAT opera manager perotnn.d quit a
P every prow until it is Dunder. "How ho comes in here who .
.,% KSTABUSHCD--I86S bright brusb of paint and whitewash; necessary for that he some lost shild?" fat-Hot Gaett borrowe a tnne fom tQ C N S U M P T

light up the home with comfort, happiness plied to the soil.
got your coat and money. We
_ and cheer make heart abqut You never can toll the size of a wom
; every the soluble
matter
the
I coat and most of the cash. an's
charity by the number of mince
and then the sunbeams will
you glad undergo a complete "
do you tell a thief, Mr. Dunder? she .
come to you burnished In the smile of before will pies gives away.A F. OZANNE &
they CO.
1 Mr. Dunder didn't reply. His THE DINGEE COllARD CO.'SNEWBOOKROSES
God's approval and the rain-drop sparklein to the best DRUXKEX man sees thing
secure
I stood up lys eyes bulged out and ever S TINWARE
the Of thrift.-W. J. i double but his It the
splendor your nure it should be out of the station like a man money. isonly lOVES -HOUSE ,
Nort Dixie Farmer. man who saves who his -
en, In the sees money
manure heap. somewhere in a nightmare.- FURNISHING GOODS. HARDY PLAITS, ,

_ k I -Look over the Ye Free Press.SAMSON'S. double. .a.. .Oil*. Or te.. Rer>Iarr.tr*. Gran. FLOWERS! BULBS Mi SEEDS. :
FERTILIZATION. DIVINE & BIBLE is the name of firm l* w rntterr anil Silverware, llanaf.ctarera I '
are stored away. & of P1.AIX and .WcvOSTPilD
-, all w'uo I "
t -
and mice engaged in tho whisky business at Jericho WARE. .AI/VAMZEU' fooXWAlSL FREE & at om 0014. f
I uTiAxlNGTcN.p. The Value of Kalntt ai a Constituent In dry. as COMPLAINT. office,Salesroom and Factory.*3 1 wrfteforlt..1 arrival tiaaraaUediIS
S! Springs JIo. They do not Send for Send Street .
Ferttlba: tlon. seeds should be represent Llt Choice Crer-Bloomlng Rose*. "I 1: la"le.u's" .
: ASfOTHCMOVI ,.'.Rather Infelicitous of Put. the of city cal on ns. MEMPHIS. a Choice EYr Blooming ROM-*.all ..
Way the
OPINIONS RtNOERCD UY OP spirit Scriptures. T&"N.8E .. .
A correspondent at Warsaw N. c., the bags or by ..THIS'AI .5. I Bent Cantemuln.. I kind.labeled. .
(NYENTOKS$ MDVLITVOfMTET5.REJtCTEusPRQLcUTEo.ALtBus1NLssRZuTwG ting!;: Things.! IT is said that the microbe J I 10 Ipkt. Seed-SUr Coll .
profounds the following questions to box. grip 28 Choice rara. for i'amily 1
: and :Mrs. Delancy Robinson reside clings to Peo- SAVE FROM 10 TO 15 PER CENT. BY I Write to-day telL See. rbl 1lu.trt Garen JIKW
- TO OtVdTIOKS AKD fKTCHn PftOWnyATTUQO 10 which answers are here given: Whitewash tenaciously paper money. BOOK Of /LOWKKS-lTm ti the
cozy flat, or "apartment as they plo should therefore, handle it with SENDING YOUR ORDERS DRECT TOt abortrnmplete.rt and .f. .u AddreisT2 ).
1. A few farmers in this section to render the stables ""rr Pr .
SEND STAMP FOR PAMPHLET years ago DllfOZ1 4 CO AKD .. 25.West GrOWS, "
to call It, In New York City and
the greatest caution, .. .. .
used a fertilizer known as Bryant'scompound stable is more particularly S1.0Q rRAia.ran rarxa .T t ,
I not to
without pretentions elegance. bills.
containing: and as the lime
I' is colored citizen called c.WOLESAE
Sulphate ammonia...................... CO It>s. infect the building janitor a A THEATER at Red Horse A. T., displays ,
Nitrate soda.................... ........ 40( be frequent.A -not an inappropriate name,ly- tho sign: "Please don't shoot the CHWA GLASS .>
** V t* ail. Ground bone-\:!:\} for the guardian of a building TIN
r Land plaster............................TM; -- farmer in actors till aftur tho show, when you can !
4 Ashes......... ........................... s bus strength may be supposed to lie meet them in Left-armed Jake's ..Lamp Goods a Specialty.
4 Salt........ ............................. 'i one good feed each locks. Samson is a former Pull. and settle it." place .4 IK&, ..,.
To cure BUlonsnoss. Sick Headache.Coul>ttpaUoa. Stable manure........................... 20 in the poke root,
I Malaria. Liver Complaint, take the sate porter and most efficient servitor Tim CJ:OrLE; :E' IA '
_ remedy, SMITH'S Some recommend leaving of soda one of the root. Ho the halls in immaculate condi. oyster patti is not so named be 'ii-

BILE plaster, salt and ashes and substitutea a preventive of and the brass-work shining like cause the oyster has a lovely voice E'WHITEPINE

BEANS place of them, one sack (200 Ibs.) seven :years' exp<> pillars of the Golden City. But, which ho has not but because the ,

kalnlt, claiming that nitrate soda is of lost a hog with this depths at whic ho is found seem to
1 on account of his late autocratic
: llttte beans to tbe bof I. EQUAL .. : _
Tjl4theSMALLSZ(4O show that to TEN of
a diva. KERn
r tl >nt all no value in such compound. Please -The village but great )eJe.
) : tuK; ace* he expects to be treated with for eJe CURE of Khe..atle and .
ITIwuf either sue 2 5 cent per bottle. and state how it farmer's and A COLOKED woman known 11 I If them no Use
give your opinion hogs deference Individual only as AT CTS. you dcsir fol
as an
c' large DRUGIT8 2 CHE don*
that
KISSING T panel at770'size or thIs Pboto-mrnWL picture fur I would analyze before and after kainitwas block in almost In this view the Robinson' Old Aunty" died recently the South 8cie4i.: CO., MEMPHIS, R I l ing send away SI at once for magnificent". ouMJ

I ccnufccoppenoratampex substituted. greater profit than aged 104 years. Her last name, it ia TENN., Sole p' .rt't. of our Great New SU-inler DV *! .
\ a sharp-tongued Irish girl, docs WIAXI __ '- book and terms not satisfactory we will refurayour
\ M&iersof"Bile J.T.8MIT1I&C Beans." St.; Louts.. 3ttO.'i 2. Also mention cheapest sources of think of. The share; and every time the coal-scut; strongly- suspectrd. was Diluvian.Aunty !,n.. lad es money ana ; no risk no capital Oon'l needed 10050; bLt

r phosphoric acid and ammonia. this profit to I or the groceries goes up or down Diluvian, it is well known was in writing;gentlemen"step In while mp,he eye watfraretronb1e; '
Answer-The stable-manure of make old. IPURE FITS days are worth dollars. t
being a fancy very .
is a wordy encounter in which & CO. l0 Mala Street naeb..ad Va.crBjUa
very variable and uncertain quality it mer use. Do it and is invariably worsted. The A RESIDENT in Manitoba says that : THIS MTU.OM, ,
will be better for the purpose of comparison hard times. during a recent cold the of tr.-"time and then have Ihem mean.lnerely to stop them
morning matters reached a crisis. spel people rtur aK.ln. I me..n a
( \\'i: 10 to leave it out of the estimate. Wagon axles wounded dignity could stand it no that Arctic region to blow their ra"I",1 eu. I hAY" mqie Ih.d'.a.ot FflI4. I war-UILEPV"rFALLOSICK'n'amfIonlfud" WAT STRONG ATLAW. '

There remains: greased. Grease Is and he stopped :Mr.: Robinson on fires from morning till night with a othan hsv rmry, is DO r"a'O for not cass B."aua elm Mala Street ArrExrloN MEMPHIS TO rwgrrl1co* 'TLN.l
Sulphate cf ammonia................. ffl Ibs. bellows in order to the Mr. 8"Dd.t on.e for and no.t' relTng a tSPrCIL .
and blaze treatl TO
Nitrate ot soda......................... 40 .. flesh as the front stairs to complain. What ho keep from "y G. a1b..pm.d_ (1, .. .and Post-Omee.of W3iL1 Tail. naj__HE\L.TA
I P I g fKILL'S'AlL Ground bone..0 i season do not to say was that the girl assumed freezing.IF I.1&um H.PAU.C. ,* P"ul 7"_5treet.New T..I ,11 t
Land .
It Ashes plaster..o a bushels; say..................120 .. of light wagons much authority over him as if she you want to find out how little a -- BUSINESS COLLEGE,
t PAIN 2* i A BOTTLE Salt .. .................... 40" horses should be one of the ladies in the house, but man knows about himself and family : AILASreklteetara ROlLs 8HAG,, )UPI iEN.

Ill i J Dr.BuU'aCougb8J111Pceap.. Total..o It. point and greasing manner of putting it was to say the give him an insurance "application" to 1..p&rat. Eir. Pnt_ Y'}-_.Al"UU' .REE wn" t 'WI.t'A.t.tJlmeo JR _

s. ly contribute to Infelicitous. He said: "Mr. Rob- fill out. I you want to see how little % IRON Woitu.
I! Assuming all the materials to be of of the wagons as that girl of yours has ordered me he knows about any thing put him in the CHICKASAW COPIES Popular IfoTel'-rRE1.t! tf box an?
23 crr-is
ii.Ul 5 one!>endnj) {
,t : ,i good the quality three valuable the mixture elements would: containof the horses. an' yelled at me down the eleva witness boxAfter IROI WORKS. ENGINES .ri-eiu.i KIND.AR.MCA.SAI.VK.Ph rn.iicit.LI-L:>ROK.ddre sJ.A.ABC.PATENTS .

I :- CANDY rC Ammonia ................ .......4.34 per cent. Frequent! shaft.. an' blowed me, an' jawed me, JOR Z. K.XDLE,&, .( ..Bepil.T. J-tlml.THIS cans.u..o wn. "
,. ) Strk Uy l'srs Phosphoric: acid .................7.30.. .. plant and good yo.. d hate thought it Has Mrs. liobiii' PneumoniaAnd ..!Pna.
.'",, LY CAJfDI8 AND C.AUI11LLT ILGAN'.. Potash..... ...: ................. .1.60.. best results in : herself!"-Harper's Magazine.How FITS D. W.U'.KE1.tGI. n. t..i... FolHtRCp* ril
4 PeT n. 4r.uJt If we leave out the nitrate soda :. 11 .antly w.r. '1 "1 Ia1a'
PLOYD. .. MOONEY MEMPHIL plaster Mi iigan 1:armer. attacks of la grippe, typhus fever scarlet neot C..nTsrITaFITS Per.lndLtU L...WUhifl4O.D.C
I -:,. .r......... .Ut1__jis_ salt and ashes substituting there- glass ten weeks He Made His )[oDe,.. fever or dlpbtera.the patient recovers I TS trated.Book Bark/l. for.Illus. BV51X1 TH19 rAPXanvj DM,... _
on FiTS aDd ,.. -
for 200 pounds of kainit, we would then into the field will ) Faber" said the old millionaire. slowly,., system la weak and Itrell.and FITS plotratment Fr... t. ".one month. Ran AGENTS 1
Ely's Cream Balm have 510 pounds in the of to.. "U.KK.atGI rXPOITJOJ"
isrgreg-dte ,
I. week sooner than sir" answered his private the blood poisoned by tse ravages of the dls ase. : alDICJI J WANTED STANLEY'S ''.
sec. .. .un.
\\ wILLcUuE : 7. sulphato ammonia ground bone and three weeks later. What Is needed I a good reliable tonic and blood .,. Lest term.. &ODa rabliih.BI Co..st L

( CATARRH eI kainit Ammonia., and. .the.....mixture........... would.... 5.00 analyze per cent.: -If you wish to 'are fifty begging letters. An. I pnriBer element like of Hood's strength Sarsaparilla.for the body which, has Juat the STANLEY REMi : $ to $8 a day. Sample worth W.W WiW
.Phosphoric: acid...............lO.oo per cent where an' old one them all with a refusal." I and vitality and .4 CENTS Wa.ted. Send your FJtVJEE. Linen not -n Potash........................... 5.00 per cent! Farm Stock and sir." I health.richness for the blood which bring. back robust other P.%Y.ZIEGLER Arentvou.t l'O.now..s3 ft wq wIll OWD..i and yjt.addr, af aU._ .S-XUU sakwsTzasytty THIS Una.m,Ill a..:yri JOLI'lJ(0.Holr..1

I I UPrIce .0I n'" I The nitrate of soda is nearly equal 'inralue siderable amount you will observe that every one .r_.f PAlaJW Market Street,8e Lo, ,..). ;;.; ---
.
I -i--: J1YUa1mbtoeachnostril.I pound for pound to sulphate of with good and a two-cent stamp inclosed for a r" Hood's Sarsaparilla HOME metlc.BY. Dk'" ; "fpnl.r'nman.hP.'rIb 'j

I _U.T_.&_&.WarrenSUM.T._ _! ammonia, containing only about one- pay to take this I BHSSSwi by mail. Clraan frre. EKTi rC. 'UIK Bar.-1- 'J

nfth less nitrogen and it is preferred by for some reason sir." Sold ban drujf ists. six for t -ajTHIS PAPII' ,w.,""'- i
STIli. L-EY.AQlftTS WASTED for th% some persons. By leaving It out the! root in the soil of 11 I Prepared only .: KO-KO TULU A. ." .:
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