Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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"'.011I' .........._............_...................tsl 00 fiG Work la the fresh air of the my"Ah response! I hope, trying you enjoyed it," wai A CHINESE IMPOSTOR. GAMBLING AND BURGLING.- SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL. Is t success iii the cultur of Z
soul best necesar
my to get rid
SVAD lub crlptlonl rauBt be paid Invariably In It dean the heavy brain of the grasses is to plow the land and
J ,"vanca No discrimination In favor of any. Quickens the pulses ; burning of those sad eyes of hers. Dow lie Swindled lib Native Conntif Out 9oth Are the Expression of a De.lr tc nutritious
of the the seed Good,
-.j nlnt She sow
icI41 Warms thought not a word, but sat and of Two Million Dollars. Grow Rich Without Work. gs
oonmnntcatlons upon all matters of to action, and tile blind FSBRUARY FACTS. not succeed-with few
local looked yill exception8on
jtteterast solicited from all parts of the county. And sluggish/ will sunk Into ease me in that fixed, inexplicable All Chinatown is talking of the exploits Gambling and burgling always occupy land. More
Of Ineffective lethargies way for several minutes. of one of their number. The story, a good deal of public attention duringthe The Time For Operation for Making the poor badly-prepared '

.<,.-. It stirs to life again. ."Do those things ever happen?" she as it runs, tells of the adventures and course of a year. There i not a New Crops at 11 and- Spring Oat over, there i a decree of skill, easily, ,

,'..., ,_- SECRET SOCIETIES. Grief 'J. the cold air' of the soul S said at last, her eyes almost burning tremendous frauds of Yong Foy Doy, a.. very obvious connection between the and Gras.e acquired it i true experience, but depending, without

.IWo:.'::- It chills and blights the flowers holes in me. As I had no idea of what natural born heathen, who has taken two, yet the subtle moralist may find an While it is true that only one monthas some practical at roil
In wise to once
which it is not
t. \ Meets every Tuesday Freezing urgent: the gusts It sways and lImltes' "things" she referred to, I managed to thousands from his countrymen. Orig- association. Both are pursuits of men come and gone, yet the time for scale. proceed equally true of

W't- Dut roots source of all delights; say that I did not understand her meanS inally New Yorker, and a clever game who ought to be otherwise, and more planning the operations of the new yearis a large I i
night at Odd grow strong branches farming, includingsuckraising
by dint other
*_ |' And, when the spring awakes of storm, ing. bIer, he accumulated $3,800 and startedoff profitably, Both are the expressions rapidly passing away, and the farmeris methods and
Fell engage of
0 w s' Hall.ITransient they form changes
brothers The growth of happier hours "Why, events like those of this play," for China. Yong has gone througha of a desir acquire riches at now t put into execution the first systems should not be too violent and

,: : cordially invited to Love is the she said too excited to be entirely co most variegated experience, has bun- one stroke-or, at the most, two strokes steps the programme he has mappedout
,:ett Dd. L. C. IIULL, :Noble Grand. warm air of the soul I herent. "Do -and for his Soon it will bet s 'den. The point is that experiments
: It reaehetb far and wide husbands come back to j coed several large cities out of some- to avoid the monotony of con- guidance.

F, .F. J. FIELDS, Sec'y. p. o. Box 4L Clasping! all life with healing touch, their homes after years of absence, af thing like $2,000,000, and is now enjoy- .. tinuous labor. And both are the results late to correct errors. A year's small s'-ould! b the make first o a ,comparatively in cult-

f...<. Wooing the little Into much Enoch Arded did?" ing the excitement of a pursuit by the of radical misconceptions on the work on a farm is similar in many respects well in year other gas '
t Making! brown branch and burled root "Xo doubt do I soldiers of the individual to a military campaign. As a uo as as any
.fl. Improved Order of Red Men. To bud and blossom and they answered, 01 of the Emperor, who have in- part practitioners.Nobody uo. We believe the Departments of
{ Like the sweet fruit the poet and playwright would not have structions when they find him to cut ever gets rich by gambling; skillful and experienced commander could in
II :: Osoelo Tribe :No.1, Florida-COuncil summer tide. thought of if him into eighteen pieces. I but it is open to demonstration conceives beforehand the general planof Agriculture engage no

i,,1, ::.'ftM kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at Blow And, heavenly wind,on every soul! She sat silent again for a little while, While on the voyage to China, it is the same amount of skill, of that i his proposed mitar movements, better work than of the t best distribute tried <
? stir them small amounts
'their Wigwam, Starke, Fla. constantly her lit with said I of mental of acute' wisely calculating probable and
eyes wicked ,
Sting us and quicken us and bless a light that was inde Yong picked up a companion energy d'xterityan al axd approved varieties of.grass seeds to
!( Transient brothers are cordially inlited Relax scribable."I possible counter-movements of his antagonist
not In thy urgent stress who had lived in Chicago, and perception were expended productive ttte farmers, who will promise to

:: to attend. Till out of toll and love and pain wish I knew" she said, presently, they resolved on a vigorous campaign of work of some kind as is expended on and providing accordingly, so a riment according to directions. A exp

..g' J. O. HATXES, Sachem. Full And strength and stature we attain' "if, outside of plays and stories they bunco throughout the flowery kingdom.The games of chance, the rewards would be wise farmer will look ahead and make and safe for a farmer test the

' ; W.. )[. MEACHAM, C. of R. -SUsan are Coolidge led home in by thee. ever do. I wish I knew. I wish 1 Chicago man acted as valet. They substantial and certain. Again the his dispositions s as to meet the exi- value of a way hay crop is to prepare t a
tJ Congregational. knew." arrived burglar who large scale gencies that may arise. Neither can field
at Canton, and the valet gave burgles on a i for tho growth of

CHURCH DIRECTORY. A MODERN MARTYR. She clasped her hands and looked at out the information to some journalistthat playing against fearful odds, and is certain well afford to "change front" in the plowing spontaneous and harrowing and crab

W' mo as though I must tell her. At least, Yong was arecently returned com- to come to grief sooner or later; presence of an enemy, or materiallyalter gras iling a convenient field in April feri.,

,-- w __ I felt that way, and in order to turn her missioner mandarin in this country, while, i he burgles on a small scale, ho his plans when the campaign is harvesting when in bloom. The result +r .
'i Baptist Church. Enoch Arden Who Came Not- eyes from mo for a moment, I repeatedthat where he had been studying the railroads can snatch a precarious and in. half over. astonish any one who has not tried

:I? Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7 A Pathetic Little Sketch. I thought they did. and was then on his way to Pekin significant pittance, considerably below Wo would have the Southern farmerto it wi he will compare the yield the cost
; p.m. to make his what he might by legitimate "seek first" to in abundance .
She hung words with report. easily earn produce ,
;A\ Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 upon my a look and the quality, with a crop of sweet-
which Yong carried out his well. He industry in lawful hours. the food for man and beast
: '.' WO resembled joy in her face. part necessary ; *fumed corn fodder, made of blades
.|.' "J.BI.k School !>InoLT, Pastor. theatrical Twenty-five years ago, when I was a "I have dreamed of it," she said, "I was accepted as Chi Chong Wong, the There is, perhaps a charm of excite- to go about his purpose as if it were, as p Indian corn, pulled one by one, by the"tick /

at '. Sunday meets every Sunday agent (it was an eminent have hoped for it for years. I have King of one of the six imperial boards. ment in burglary which fascinates tho it really is the main business of farm- of a clock, it were.Southern. -

5f Corning> at 10:30.W. manager who spoke), I saw many an odd thought of the of it Whatever he wished for he had giver professional outlaw, even as the excite- ing. As well might a lawyer hire some Cultivator. a '
:t and possibility every
"',.;. T. WEKKS, Supt. interesting bit of life i was a waking ment of the turf or of cards enthralls one to prepare and study and manage
moment of life. I have
.;:t". pretty close sailor to the wind in those longed for it with all my my soul. Why? him.The distinguished Chi Chong Wong, the professional gambler. But to takea his law business; or a preacher employ METHODS COMPARED. ..

rt, Presbyterian Church. days! and sought humble lodgings Because my husband went fifteen whom he represented, is the uncle of plain, practical view of both pursuit another to fill his pulpit; a sheep

every Sunday at 1":30 a.m., years ago-went in unreasoning
of the day was over, because my anger ducive to his longevity and reputationto of the matter, is to lead one to the con- fruit-grower to buy fruit instead of Ohio. .
"and 8 R. B. M -jealous without and I have
p.m. ATTICK;\Mtor.if cause,
j purse could pay for no other. listened for his keep within his palace, so that he is clusion that neither game is worth the growing it as for a farmer to habitually A recent trip through Ohio and a special .

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 'As I was busy at the theater much of footstep every momentof not known to the outside world exceptby candle. buy such articles as corn, oats, bacon, examination into farm methods followed 1

{\\C; wa. II. C. HULL, Supt. the time night and day, I always huntedup this my waking house life since.like I have livedin reputation. Tho law, of course, takes other viewsof lard, butter, beef, mules and horses, in that State, induce me to make
working a slave to
a lodging as near it as I could, and keep it, that he might know where to Through some agency Yong got Chi'aseal both. The burglar indulges in his etc.-the very things it is the peculiar some. comparison with our plans_at thoSouth. {t.

.' ,, ; Methodist Church. sometimes I found myself under strange find mo when he came, because we lived forged, and, armed with that and exciting career at the expense of the business of a farmer to grow from his t '. r

:' Services every Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. roofs, undergoing queer experiences.In here together. Every night throughall his own presumption, he began opera- community, and injures every body, in- soil. But we will not pursue the sub Possibly the most notable differences

:: and ;:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every the winter of '64 the star whose the long lonely years of his absenceI tions on the town of Soon Chu, where cluding himself. The gambler indulgesin ject further at this time. are found in the fertility of the soil and ,, "

performances I arranged for to the chefoo taine l him his habitual excitement without in- the character of the labor. ;
... Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30. was playat have kept a light burning in this or prefect enter < PLOWING COBS LAND. l '
the Arch The in Ohio have been brought
:: Jos. F. SiiANns! Pastor. Street Theater, in Philadel- room that he might see it and magnificently! juring directly any body but himself The plow must be 'started at once, if land
phia, then under the management of From. Loo Choo, the Paris of China, and those dependent'on him, who, froma to a higher state of productiveness ,
not in favor
think I within already action not that we
r' Sunday School Sunday aC 9 was waiting for him. I ;
every a.m.J. than I have the South.
'Mrs. John Drew. As usual I he obtained from Chu social point of view, be regardedas any seen at
went 5250,000, and Ly may
am not so old as I look. I breaking land long in advance of the
)' Supt. knocking about in the near neighbor- 5100,000. More than twenty cities paid part of The burglar, there This is the result d high manuring, the
.' five, and you might think me sixty, so himsel. time for planting, but that.tho work of
,'. hood of the theater, looking for cheap much have I suffered. Sometimes I tribute to him before tho discovery of fore, is objective in his existence; the preparation of the soil may not be incorporation of vegetable matter into ,

Christian Church. lodgings. It was dark when I began my dream that he has come, and for a long the fraud. An immense reward is now gambler, subjective. To put it other- crowded into too short a period just before the soil, and a judicious rotation of

;. Acts xi., 26; Acts xxvi.,28;Peter iv., 16. search, and I could but dimly see the time after I am almost sure that he will; :offered for him, but with all tho moneyat wise, the burglar is a common enemy, that time. The weather duringthe crops Much of the land upon the farms k
little white cards the walls his it is that ho and the gambler nobody's but hiE visited wi yield, on an average, sixty
on announc- disposal probable enemy and
Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. but the years go on and I am still alone. latter part of the month bushels In
corn acre. Georgia, ,
G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. ing that furnished rooms could be ob- But now, that -have seen that play, made his escape to Canada.-N. Y own.The early |tin March may not be suitable farmers feel that per they do well average
tained within.I fact which the
:;"'" Enoch Arden, I feel like Letter. great communityhas for plowing. On level and t
Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 something hope J fifteen. In
esp we
looked at to consider and the law to Georgia culiat
room after room, but all provide close undrained soils
cially on ,
'/ F. P. BARRY growing again in my heart. Let come
p.m. Supt. were beyond my means, even in the what will, I will wait right here in this SCARLET AND BLACK.The for, is that the burglar is one who is in are decidedly in favor of throwing the four acres to obtain the product one
it true that lands
humblo quarters in which I ventured to house until he comes or I to permanent rebelion against society, land into-beds as a final preparation for l i Georgia can b
go my
t search. At last Colors by Which Foreigner Indicate and is, by the nature of his em- brought to a prouctienes of sixty
; OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. feeling unusually tired, grave." very planting in corn or cotton. The best results
; That They Mourn Friend of corn per acre. see no reason -
and a little both and bushel
discouraged I card ployment degraded desperate.
saw a on in culture have almost invariably
I looked at her snow-white head and corn -
Private mourning in modern times has why this is not easily possible.
tr'If And this in -
a plain little frame house which we are compeled assume, been obtained when broad
ised prom- her delicate, withered face, and felt my been greatly altered and modified to planted on As before stated, this result has been
its of Mr. W. S. humorous
: City Officers. appearance, a scaleof spite beds with well water furrows
heart swell. I had read of martyrs, but suit an age of rapid transit and travel. Gibert's opened reached in Ohio by high .
low that-
prices enough to theory fertization
Mayor-J. C. Wills.F. satisfy my between the these
she the first I had rows, furrows
was one ever seen. Men no longer make a point of wearing For this purpose farmers
Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner, attenuated little purse. It was a very What words had I for a sorrow like hers? full black for a fixed number of months When the, enterprising burglar's not a-burg- serving temporarily as drainsin rely upon barn-yard manure and clover Stte J

>: George E. Pace, J. G. Alvarez, J. M. plain about it place, indeed, yet it had The next night I left the city. She after the decease of a near relation, and When tho cut-throat Isn't occupied In crime the absence of a more permanent mainly. These elements are easily obtainable

Trnby. its nothing which suggested that was in her sitting-room when I started, even content themselves with a black Ho loves to hear the little brook agnrgling.And system. This leads to the suggestionthat in Georgia and the South,
people belonged to the low classes.On listen to the merry village chime. the low-lying, moist lands of the i
Clerk-Walter Wills. going on with her weary waiting, and as hat-band and dark colored garments. we will only begin, more extensiely.
the contrary, a certain daintiness sat
-All the Year Round. should be generally appropriated -
Treasurer-J.. :Morgan. I looked back from the corner of the Funeral ceremonies, too, are less elaborate country stock raising. In addition we the
upon it and almost overcame the dismal to the Corn is much
corn more
Marshal-E. D. street I the window the flowers sent crop. stock about valuable cloveract '
Wall. saw lighted by although are largely pea as as
signs of poverty which hung about it. AN OBSERVING BOY. liable to injury from drought than cot-
Assessor-T. W. Sweat. lamp which burned for him whose com- to the grave. much more easily grown. Clover __
There is such a thing as noble poverty, ton, and is less affected by wet. More .
and I ing was so long delayed-and-well, 1 The following are the accepted reasons What Ills Eyes See and How They Spy requires moderately good land t begin
saw it for the first in that house.I over, corn seems to respond less gratefully
am not ashamed to say that a tear rolled for the selection of various colors Out Reasons for It. with; the stock pea wi grow on the r
the bell, and remember to this to than and to
Officers. rang manure cotton
County down my cheek as I thought of the for mourning in different countries: The boy of whom I write is never at a thinnest soil and a fairly good
day how its loud tinkling startled the rich and moist soil.
County Judge-W. F. Malphus. loss find to observe. prefer naturally I have before not the
woman who waited within.-Gertrude Black-Expresses privation of light to something Last crop. given, only
Clerk of Circuit Curt-W. T. Weeks. silent so near was it to the outer door and so Garrison, ,in Texas Siftings. Wern throughout Europe, year a heavy shower caught him while Do not be in too big a hurry to com- moat approved methods for bringing up
the house.
You know how
Sheriff-D. L. Alvarez. jang- Scarlet Mourning color. Occasionally he was fishing. From his retreat ho mence planting. Too early planting is our lands, but the handsome and profitable '

Tax Assessor-J. E. Wainright.Tax ling and doorbell.It pervasive. is the noise made bya HE DIDN'T UNDERSTAND. worn by French Kings. kept his eye out to see whatever there a much more frequent mistake than too yields they have been made t ,

Collector-M. M. Hale. cheap Yellow-The sear and yellow leaf. was to be seen, and shortly observed the late planting. A narrow strip of a hundred produce.If .

Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. was quite dark by this time, and as A Kansas Granger's Disheartening Ex.perienre Egypt and Burmah. In Brittany widows' dragon flies, great and little, settling in ; miles along the Gulf Coast may do our farms could be reduced to sal. .
I stood the little I I
on narrow step won- with Cipher Dispatches.To better planted in February but Marchis
II. Edwards C.E. caps among the peasants are yel the tall brook grass for shelter from the ; areas, the improvement would, w
County SUr\'eyor-W. dered if the house was not, after all, mistakes in transmitting, for belt of
prevent early enough the next one
1 low. rain. Before the shower was fairly over so much of an undertaking. I Qu ,i

.; County Commissioners-L. Witkovski, tenantless. After a few moments the the grain and commission men have a Purple and Violent-To express roy- he saw the cedar birds come and drive hundred miles or more. lands are ever brought up we must b 1
ft.B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. L. Pin- door opened as noiselessly as doors always well-established cipher in which words .
alty. :Mourning for Cardinals and Kings the dragon flies from their covert, hunt SPRING OATS. content to operate small farms. Really, '
bolster, M. V. Smith. open in blood-curdling stories, and that not liable be mistaken by .
are tq of France. Violet color mourning for ing them down in all their lace-winged this would seem the desirable thing to
there stood before me a womansurelythe the telegraph operator are used in placeof Oats arc a more economical and reliable '
results with
Turkey. The great three-inch dragon dc, as it brings the same
whitest-faced and finer. than corn, taking a series of :.
most Some of the crop
worn-spirited the figures.
State Officers. quotation White Emblem of "whitehandedhope. fiies painted with black and yellow, l much less labor, time and expense. :
looking woman I ever saw-and at first Kansas firms the cipher in cor- years together. Winter-killing of the
; City birds I farmers have been
Governor-F.P. Fleming,Jacksonville ." China. were to strong fo the but the So many limes
fiance, the oldest. For a few seconds I with their out-of-town cus- fall-sown, or drought-killing of the I
: responding fellows done in this and constantly'
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford. Deep Blue-Bokhara mourning. little slender up fancy urged to course, so '
I forgot the object of call, so strangely tomers, and others do not, ea the spring-sown are the only causes of failure
Crawfordville. my general Pale Brown-Tho withered leaves. colors-brown, green, blue and dusky- bave they pursued the opposite, that i
both of which be well
aid she affect me. of customers are not familiar may pretty
run Persia. became meat for the hunters. seems useless to make further effort on
Attorney-General Lamar, Mon- Well I engaged a room in her house with the guarded gainst Oats sown in spring
Grayish Drown-Earth. Ethiopia and This fall, when paddling up Caucom- this line. A practical demonstration of
ticello. and took possession of it at onc!. Pov- Kansas man was in Kansas City gomac stream, we saw cedar birds sit do best in February, and should be sown the difference, as shown upon the farmsIn

Treasurer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. erty had marked everything for its own last year and made a largo yurchaso of Abyssinia.The most curious funeral on recordwas ting out on the rush beds near the mid- on rich or well-manured land, and the Ohio and the average farm at the '!

Commissioner of Agriculture-L. B. within those walls, but it was not wheat with leading commission houseon ground should be put in the best condi-
poverty a
that of Inez de Castro-"the Queen dle of the stream. This was just after South, would, possibly, do more than ''
Wombell. of the repelent order. It was four cent. margin. Ho requested tion by deep, close plowing. The ten ,
a per crowned after death"-who was murdered a shower. Had they been catching many newspaper articles t bring a
Comptroller-General D. Barnes. even attractive and commanded "one's the firm to telegraph him the quota- in the fourteenth by dragon flies? The boy was not there t dency i to sow rather too thickly. We change. :
Cedar instant respect, for over it cleanlinessand tions next day, and a clerk oT the firm doubt i a grain more is made by sow- -
djutant-GE'neral-David Long, three assassins. The lady was the wife tel us.Hme. Our farms are not put in shape a they .
than three bushels of oats
ing more
daintiness had instructed to him with on
refining a
Keys. sprcadtheir was present of a Portuguese Crown Prince, and she time ago I remonstrated with ought t be. The lands that should be
the best and richest sorlte.
I'.. Superintendent of Public Instruction mantles so that its terrors were put out cipher key, but neglected to do so. was murdered by order of the King, her him for throwing stones at a kingbird, On very ordinary soils prepared, capable of producingten given entirely to crops are much takenup a
tells the
Albert Russell, Jacksonville. of sight.I The Kansas man now storyof father-in-law. The Prince never spoketo but I was told that he was doing it only to fifteen bushels of corn by t.ces ditches and waste places
but seldom. She with gusto: per acre
; saw my hostess his speculation great It is not an uncommon thing with ua to
the bird. True it did
his father again, and when the old please enough E ,
one to one and a half bushels of seed r
{ he received telegram .
moved about the house more like a The next morning a
bird. From his see "cuts" cultivated between thickets,
man died the remains of Inez were lift please perch on a
J. O. HAYNES spirit than a human being, and of after- : ed from the grave, placed on a high tree the kingbird calculated the per acre are enough. that have roots running from one side

s. noons and nights sat sewing, sewing, "Opened, disgust"He and failedto cent throne, and crowned Queen magnif-- curve of each stone, chattering his defi- The absolute loss which is the resultof to the other; ditches, at close intervals,

;s- incessantly sewing, in the little sitting- was somewhat out surprised of the, tugal. The clergy, the nobility and the ance as the missle whizzed by, rising a winter-killing of oats is apt to bo overgrown with weeds and bushes t,*
make any sense message.A One of the chief
the first floor. Beside myself, greatly exaggerated. Much of
room on the fertility that belongs
did to her and few feet when he saw it came too
people homage corpse
received another
t. DENTIST she was the only inmate of the house. little later he mes- kissed the bones of her hands. .Thera near, only to settle again in the same practical. precautions against winter rightfully to the crops goes to useless ;

As I began to notice her more I saw sage. killing is to provide an abundance of and hurtful growth. All such cultivation
"Disgusted. sat the dead Queen, with her yellow place.As
that the appearance of age which had amused both bird and I home-raised seed, so that the land may -or rather the lack of it-encourages -
He did not know what it meant, but it hair hanging like a round her it boy allowed
;f Office Over Jones' Brick Block. struck me KO forcibly at first sight, was was signed. So he telegraphed back to ghastly form. Ono fleshless'ai hand held it to continue, and for several be re-sown in February i the oats shall slovenly methods and bring' e'

:' but an There was something I have been killed in January. If killed poor result This, again,
appearance. returned to
the kingbird daily enjoy
... the commission firm: the scepter, and the other the orb of days
im- too late for re-sowing, the land is just
about it not real. If you can the ary abundance of work over .
Pall Mall Gazette. the
"So am I. royalty.- sport
one who is old, and yet not right for corn, or other summer extended Large farms
+', agine any bo the best crop territory.
could not of
A little later came a telegram; One even boys
.Commercial Hotel But in fact it is for .
old, you will know what I mean when I "Disgusting." A STUBBORN PRISONER.An and not sometimes enjoy hectoringother extremely rare oat giva us so much land to'b looked after

say that her age was not real. I can't this time he was getting mad, and creatures, but frequently the most to be killed after the middle of Feb that it is next t impossible to keep it in '

explain -it, but I understand it. Say sent By back another message: Incident Showing: What a Splendid distress is caused by the most innocent ruary, while they often succeed well shape and make it productive.The .

',, Opposite Depot, STAKKE, FLA. knew a woman who was but twenty, Thing: Perseverance In. sown in :areh. first thing do we-would ,
",L ... you "I should say it was disgusting.What intentions. The boy is always bringing t i ap
J awful thing "Perseverance will accomplish any GRASS. the results of is
and in one night some do mean?" home "chippies" and young robins, preach our Neighbors t
:' would sweep over her soul which would you thing." I had these words for a writing the distracted It is to note the improve our land.-W. J. Northen, in xs
irst.Class Accommodations. Before ho had fairly got his answeron leaving parents t mourn gratifying growth of
You would lesson once and I shall never forget Dixie Farmer.
make her -
:',}JiV; appear sixty. the wires there came another mes until their offspring is returned. One interest in the subject of grass culture,
know then, that her apparent age was : them. I is a great thing to have per poor song sparrow doubtless denouncedhim which is evidenced by
"' S2.0O PER DAY. unreal wouldn't ? Well, it was sage severance. There was onee a man who report HERE AND
; you ""Disheartened. as a murderer because he chokedone from various sections of the THERE

,'& 1 Special: rates made to Weekly or so with my hostess. She was. like one So was the Kansas man; so he waited was shut up in a dungeon with wall of her yellow-mouthed nestlings by South. We here include in T

''. Monthly Boarders. Hotel thoroughly who had been suddenly stricken, and and did not answers/But when an- two hundred feet thick, made of the feeding it with strawberries against her the general designation the number --Do-not turn cattle on wet orchards

:*\;renovated and in first-class order. old with It was, hardest kind of stone. He had no tools before the weather warm. Their
run had not grown years. other message came in "Dishonest. he expressed wishes, although the jury of larger species that are usually I

; J. KLEINSCHMIDT Proprietor. after all, but the external appearance of sent back word: __ \ except a pair of scissors his brother had impaneled on the case gave in an ac- called forage crops, viz., the various hoofs do damage.All .

ago that enveloped her like a garmentof VI won't dispute it, and I think you sent him in a loaf o bread, but he remembered quittal. millets, sorghums, lucern, etc., with young stock should be well

k sorrow which covered and smothered are crazy also. Sell all my wheat at that a drop of water will Once I knew him to catch in his which our list has been so enriched grown this season, compared with previous .

F F. J. FIELD, youth. .. once." wear away a stone if it falls on the hands full-grown yearling common within the present generation I would year owing t the mild winter.
in the sittingroomwhen received : stone long enough, and that a coral a -Bear, in mind that it is not
She was always A little later he a message tern, perfectly able to fly. From baby- seem that so apparently spontaneous a good

I came home after the theater, "Sold just in time. Now disgorge." I won which is so small that you can hood this boy's cry has been for "sum- growth as the grasses would not presenta plan to have the stock out of doors dur'
. ': ri M'I n'l w1STARKE &n rl, hnr, sewing, sewing as all women sew who To say that the Kansas man was mad. hardly see it, will eat up and destroy a sin live to play wiv." No matter what serious problem in the selectionof ivC; the rains which are so prevalent in

have no other weapon with which to would be putting it mildly. lIe took the coral reef if you will only give it time the creature was-a dog, a kitten (any the best for the purposes of some sections of the country this win .

,.... FLA. fight the wolf than> a needle. Some- train that night for Kansas City to see enough. So he said that he would per- stray kitten was treated by him like a the farmer. But it is a fact with few ter.

times she asked me to sit down a few 'vhat it meant, and when he found out severe and dig a hole through the wall Princess in disguise), a bird, a young exceptions, that the most valuable of -Ter is no reason why a good cow
;ALL WORK GUARANTEED. BOX 41 and I found her intel- of the dungeon with the scissors and es sh not be in
minutes and talk, he treated all around. mouse, or even a toad.-Forest and our cultivated grasses are not now kept a clean conditionas

..: ligent and interesting in conversation, Disgust translated is 99J) { cents, disgusted cap if it took him a hundred years. Stream. found flourishing in a wild state. In- a go horse, even by the application '.

though her grave, serious manner never 99% cents; disgusting, 100 cents; had been digging about a year ieed, few, even of the thoroughly in- of curry-comb and brush.

... PEEK & FRAZEE, changed to animation.My disheartened, lOOJs! cents; dishonest, when the Governor pardoned him, and Have Your Sermon at Home.A digenous species, produce any consider ;-If there is a hole or weak place in :

star was playing "Enoch Arden," 100'; cents, and disgorge, 99{.Kansas the jailer brought him the joyful news. use of the telephone, which is very able crops, except under some degree of the stable floor, see that it is. fe at .

? Attorneys at Law and Notaries and I gave my hostess tickets to the City Star. But they couldn't get him to leave the he tuggestive as pointing to future possi- culture; for example the crab grasses once. It will cost no more to do i now n
play. She went. When I returned dungeon. He told the jailer Dilities, is reported in an English paper. and other species that infest our cultivated than next week, and i may save a <
1 STARKE CO. FLA. that she was in Accidents Will Happen. had undertaken to dig his way throughthe b;oken
BRADFORD from the theater night The parish clerk in a Norfolk village, fields. ? leg.
Summit (at the ball)-Par-ion in that and
Miss wall
#- the sitting-room as usual, though notaewinO' escape way prevented by rheumatic gout from After and October February .-Toomuch of the winter care of stock
September y
Abstracts of Title and Real Estate Mr. Dashaway, but I believe thatis he to stick to it no mat Ding <*
't.Law? a and she asked me to come in. me, from that was going attending church, was presented by the is the best time sow the hardy is trusted to a chore boy, who has no interest

f Abstracts specialty.furnished showing every "I want to talk to you," she said in my glove protruding your ter how long i might it take.and walk The out jailer of manager of the local telephone company those which t originally came in his employers property, and

f Deed, Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale Judgment broken tones, and there was a strange pocket. (confusedly)-Why, I WO:1.der urged him and to give even offered up him ten dollars with a double telephone, which was gasses colder climate than our own. who does not possess te judgment of a :-

71.:. Attachment and all matters of light in her eyes and an eagerness in Dashaway the door axed from the church to the old man's Later on the larger species, the semi- man r

; public record and file affecting Title of her face quite unusual.She how it got there? haven'tthe to give up his dungeon to a new ottage, so that he and his wife could may be planted The life-long _-Lk out that the cattle do not get +
severely-I) could induce him to cereal -
1 $eal Estate in Bradford county, Florida, sat by a table on which a lamp Miss Summit ( lodger, but nothing follow the services. The old man is practice of grass-killing, strange as it lonsy. little lard thoroughly ;
,' up to date least idea. I remember giving it to his mind. he staid in the andphu ,
of Abstract.
was feebly burning. The wrap the had at the last ball I at change and dug S at the wall for quit unable to hold any thing, so the may seem, does not afford that knowledge mixed, backbone x.

worn to the play hung over the back of Mr. Cleverton dungeon away telephone is arranged so as to fit against or experience which is from horns t tail once a week for ..
and six monthshe necesar
HEADQUARTERS FORInsurance her chair, and her bonnet had been tended. to forty-seven years, every both his ear He can hear any thingin when we come to reverse process a few weeks i
(a few moments later had a big bill damages to goI .
taken off leaving her snow- Dashaway t pay fo the church quite clearly, and a cultivate The .
hastily i and commence to often profitable to grind grain
]Fire Cle\"erton-Look) here, old ma:., when the jail, and he finally died when 'he gas i .
hair disarranged."I book is dropped or if coughsthe must not conclude
white slightly another dress suit dot t leave the wall. This shows anyone farmer bcaus fc.t pigs where a farmer has a mill f'of
hire half through
have been to the play," she said, you was sound is as distinctly heard a if he grass will grow without care in corn his own, and can do at odd '
|;; JiivM ;T ting the Liverpool and London with an in- any thing in the pockets. Reramberthat what I splendid thing perseverance is in and sometimes fiour- But i tmes
: fastening her eyes upon me were the building. Chicago Inter .nd cotton haul it to mill back
,/.i,lobe, the Providence and Washington we trade at thosamQ place.--Cloth and that we all ought to persevere.Y. .- feld t "I taJ .
tensity of gaze: that made me Uncom Ocean. there spit of him, that that toll most the profit
and the Security. ier and Furnisher.. I. Alden9 .ea i a tel o out

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isTlrftmediatc returns novailing bows herstoiely ieva4v: .

COUNTY TELEGRAPH. lecesfarily but the cold, A pirty f our pleasure-living liditstfortk idi'h 1ork*fixes girl her>t7Jir&n: >;,, bklv.e just receiveji rtPwrdcr is heraSy vevth th ofOn 'nd
then oak
|BRADFORD xxtrks-T .r ), Irtwfcv by stotm VhmtsiIav.r .- A awl be Ma them io< 7IiiPSilU.tLCiiftIO'dP4. of Fhutrid dive :' naed tlerbaei4bOCiC 01 h&C" .
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ktird cash la J > *1J the-roads- ir.icellenlcoo .' tracer iutinICsktis. from Irzer'4ChiaI1neli. tooakeiaI pfiK itt be ,

berries y rain Tut-wwy light pat CWragt?, manufacttirersvof! mas'liTtryiSmgiuei. itt ibm-saM proof Fl.rida o p
PUBLISHED WKEKt *TT after ; kRKE.B&AUFOUD COUNTY.FI.ORJDA.i j \ lti..!!. :}d uiUco'<-rs flying 4. ? boilers etc. In their rmd Reeelvsrat.c4hAFR1LIM lSS -n.'. '
I poMlbly not quite *s mvidi aa y unigtit _.. ;A./ : ihIs'r4ernssLbeoiclear .
f Starke'unil entVnilhe .1 tbcse gwvllemen siy: 'Alrf b SarWe. widow
1.C.TVEBH.Editor litre n-relTed hnd rnu CAOSigvcd. Iwy lefr'tliey'e'Uj'- 'he Botn 1ri rcmoctb erueest chieF ; Plorita ff.F. No. IWIi). for"the NEI&WTp7aBaflge
heart Hvenak, freei'rum 4ke"lde. namesi
and no The alt xvn tir&1iig **Aa Publisher.im
and nit hare ft can use U *t once piucywx1.s. will i contInU.tJ4stdente
you her
book hopyou
c like.ai'open shake or cracks. to
her lip* ? witnesses prove
whether tnt
wlml wiillget or w.i< pretty nien&ie hticks following Iintl.cii:
Ik sasi
\orry ns to you tud < allbougli ; Mil iffort lo get this timber and cultivation of
UlPTION $1.00 A YBAB.Ae&rding And clwweth a bean nuke u special npoB. F. M. Higan and
$ will it. bewen FletcUcr.
on pet varm. Tin few miles intervening nil. .aiwlit I p'-sstbleju sliipjijore Aprjl10th. l-ellBarnh.mL- Florida.
; Oilier advantages briefly stated are: no 'wtlf OKII this W.Batten,*U cf Lafcrttd
sielercilf Twcrcraversod .* WV nirts leHy m LTSCF. Register.
traced. Str.rke mid xir ALKX.
to Act nf Co'ig7re'sMi in lost ervtes for you to have and sweet.
Emt tritv i* drew The Philadelphia RirL so gentle imber is for shipment to South Africa. -

Put OJfrt. 8m rkrf Fla.. at Second >r lose altogether; no overcharges nficiuht 441 aWit two hours. They I. ts her lips rneK the coroiiu Visitha < iiii Kirlaut, of course, thai Notice. ..L13aIOS 5.r '
md it is.xvry tJz 5ittri
,14si1 Ifatter.GMid for ou to claim rebate on; no dims the liurrin il ue ju4 before noon youthful iwuis prescTt is ; ., 5u'vtOrt iUu
( ) the safe and at Mptorpui heat, and the iulv thu'l>tb.t ir.nU-rial >b'rtil ;
tisidy for you regarding mil Wt112 welcooieil) !>}' mine host S< uiirfoira'nd :- Float away in a foa *>l bliss. custonieHt t n* very paiticular."e ctLt.ur.ELOELD.s.uI.tDogQ iTI1.
lime sloncphosphate fruit no
: building stone, uick. IrauspnrtatioQ, of your ; '
PhfladelpbiaTimes. vTilPIux7.; furtKcrrdcr
[ -feel ntlonie sure"tu"iT
weather htstfcr who made na lave nM 1 n-n discoveicd ilnnk! account sales) stftting. it this lot proves satisfactory, for and E. Strong, merchants I
"arrivwime tlnJr
*d." berries *oft and moulrty, at :icc. Of course appetites The Florida girl Jnst cornea square t owaAS and Partners, doing business 1 ,
it, grwt quaiJtUiw In llm conn- day iMc.** 's1d for express charge/ erc si.upetxed by the ride. and wl.i-u the sweet as the placid tea.Vnd ixc oak timber.is doubtless designed for uml.T the firm mine 5 f Amou 5:21.13.Assumpat tswora.
; **X' This timber ef Truby, Stern-
endorsed > and strle
and that i* jrfory vtioucli for one tc ; rt dislionored checVfl redeem inner lt-H was sounded, the Hungry co.)Iy says lo you know'' u use in I the mines of bouth 'mu,ica. where buirg&Co. I Ivs.
Attachment ic3rS
ty to
buck for I
coining you or Ki -i-tne .
ttnd*. Of the name especially re- R maamsttsm.
dura arc 5i'iuitIC
account of shyster Twelve inH while. ml lose no losses on R. A. Roe inemore.
; is used in 154
which connection -
all timber -
l in t A. Roeqnenore.
full R.
-- -- -- no half jii5n- defendant
lommission uonsce having no capital, rbcflmne.3tRLs dining room was hydraulic The above named the
Morton \vn rtruckon to recommend of Tis no secret to tejl of a Gtm City belie xvith heavy drilling and whose property was attached to pat
Vice-president redit, no honor nothing Jready, but by 4 he kindness of some is doubt less the first order interested ara here-
vlil Il
smooth-tongued Folicitorironufi'mg Can discount the state if she ; machinery. lebt. a d all other person of the above

,- FlorMtL He WIR treated while hem save n big returns: no cuisin the he boanU-i, .nxmi was provided for the V touch from the tip other cherry-ripe lip. From that country placet! in Florida and >y notifle attachment of the commencement and are hereby required **

in the rtate mncli letter than he ex- onttgnei" because yon be has made better rc- Avelvc l lK-3 and tl) rcc hililten.. anil all W lulJ warm the worst lind of a cli ill. it i is u hiiih c irr.p.litnent) lo the qualitv of ippear.uit by plead or demur U the declaration, D. pd.
and June A
fatttued gobb'era -Palatka Ti in em. lur live iik limU-r. A' new protitibe herein b the second [lid] day of
tnan' actonibe to neighbor or Iostquar1tIi were well dined. Monday of s-aid month
ectrd. The <>!<: was ama y.ir pales market iray be awaiting Florida liml.cr. he same being the flrst will

icpacking" or tent your account lliLre, me.ily potatoes and atcompanyug But the Green Cove girl with teeth luke pearl ind'h*rule day of this Court or judgment Ieen$*. crnteue i.mse C.Laint. .
default .
dcnvmds on for them by ;ws.MiD DIS. et..SW.P.
hosjiitalily.How you st :
3 taken ajrai
< at our o some ne else; no berrks not giKidii-s-coffeJ, green apple pie. as.il. An'l lips RO soft and s" eot. >e Given u der mr h vnd and ,eal this llth da01 31'rCUrt.ii Eni.u.fl.T,1.t.r.tt.I an ei.&W5_am' itS. -
-"your Cough I*a ---J
1I.---- rmrgcs h11._ Terrible P.
noney to pay ki-s uf biieh t e taticTuat That A. D. iS'S'. _
ruisin ran a F ebruar
it. pudding pue you y.
to cover txpcnses. s one little lx espresx-d difficult ssT.. Wzzs,
t would it d for the county eolu for enough v y hurried or
avng it lifts you clean o T j er f ett. In the inoruiii); (SEALi C1erkT
all served in a nice and apotlizingmanner. tislitne-s intheehos' L. B. Rsonts.
Chronicle. bie.xtlr.ne. raising phlegm
T lo jiurchase th % Institute huildinj: Arc not thiKO varrtuffcs &144 irihcrs Time 1-idies enjoyed their me.il quicKe-ied ptiUa, chilliness I I i inthd Atfy for Plaintiff.By Jf Deputy. Cleric.I .

house and let the .edple the expcrk-nce of shippers may farWth 1e4II4. evening or sne.its at niriit, all I orany' Clerk of the Ci-xuit Court m
for a onrt which market to the fullest! extent, which is surely a The>JaerJenny girl is not first s-t-uies "{ W. 1'. \Veeks. Florid do certify
hopie t1 e
render are
things Cow ty.
Kiiffieient to neck entwiu'd.She'll of these and for Bradford
of StarVc build a school hourc or suggest dcsimblc! Can better reason tar compliment to the cakur. After diuntt her arms "round your i1-pusmi1mihmuIi. It'tor Acker's English that the foregoing U a true and correct said copy cause 01
rooil a kiss aa sweet as sujrar fesirlul of Publication
gue Notice
bny.theOrangc College1? -consiijomcnt"\ addwced and a short rest they proceeded to make For Uich you'll be %rry npt to hug r. ('.'tt.c. JJemedy WILL is s >lil cute niuler these a 1)ootive the now original on file in my office. llth day O- wr balldlns*P Mm y tem rapidly.lidlM and whut. bloo4
e.t coM>a. previous to Law .\ Uiptoinand hand and seal this WHOM.i mlatnan ire puiWiktd
'. During the | "HomiMarVct there were quite H otiinlicr tiLrmtutee February A. D. iW. .
The ankle in this issne on he freeze few. The foremost ol Clerk.By
: solicitors here ever on the nlcrt to secure which are not a The Citrus girls with golden purl eountv coaies into prominent [SEAL] N.D. WAISRXGW1,

I ** i worthy of a careful percsal. consignments to their several houses. these ia the new Methodist church, which And nve-bud li[><, with fame. hot leo w "nil i cml .'-aiu
It i* from the pen of one of some of Jthwa even taking runs out in the is perfect in every delait. The school Have no regular way, so the bus sat, tmm'e of I irme lr4eIitIee, mund !': ) .- OhI -

followed fields alter the fruit. The expense to the house too is a noteworthy building. Il But get there just the same. I'ci lug I ramisfom med into the purest steel Notice.
our fruit growers and will commission bouse would be. at the very Citrus Star. It j is situated in time noithxve part of All persons indebted to the estate of David
enrh solicitor. is surrounded by ample grounds neatly and extends ox-eran ares of late of Bradford County, $ ate of
other articles jon four dollars a day for time county, Browning make
shortly by eabt, the number at ten-xve place it painted outside, while inside il U one ol Our maids their coral lip*do parr. four milts. During the war the Con- Flonda decea-ed. will and come all forward persona and holding ti s of If.LIPPMAN .P.F..rrtckij ti Pot.lOintnJ .
Averaging in trance you fall; and forge amid immediate payment blmx eleanatu 1r.pe i -
And hug tijrht a furnace them
the subject. tinu furnished you ledeiaies put up will present
arne and their avcr..ge scd iRohl completely said estate F..ti-nm
low enough- the finest demand against .
anJ art, other inipleine by -- -
enough we have For Bradford girls Vi8 with feeliug c.ist e.iill"ii balls amid authenticatetl within the time required -- -

J 1 Giskict i$ spokca ofoccasionally at thirty iht l _x s also low day a total' of $1.2QQ school ho iw? in the state. L.iwtey may But when onions are cheap kiss not at aiL of w.ir from the ore, until Senator ,. dollars
tout per -
at of her school aid new .xthe Fillet-ills aunt Use xxorks deatioyeil. recovery. __
us of the- well be proud BROWMSO
bj tbv state press as a 'nr one mor.th't; stay among must church. A small I but pretty littlt; nsw Capt. J. D. Juhimtou. .-Ocala 15 iii imer. Admimstr.tor.
kniw. I ','kegreat 1800.
solicitors. This, you must found to IK To all whom it may coiiee.ru: Feb.U.
Call. Better commission man's bmlding was noliceil ; it xvas te"s.tifviu-to the flnVacious People
possible successor to all come out of the Growers ple. i.ur in Our very Best Notice.
berries otherwise they the office of the L-iwtey Fruit of the popular remedy statement wh ne say that a
our people say, to let Call sue profits on your Atop in. the 1 ladies buleLawley Dualities I*. P. Confirm our to the estate of Louis -
Donl Associution. intlebted
known isiti
skin :vs
yet, would be playing a losing game. for cm j lion!>or tie Dr. Aeker'o Eiigtisii Remedy excryxx' A'J persons ,State of Proprietors,
coed himself and tiaslcins succeed begin lo see where your "soft atitimould' and their kind host and hostess P. I suffered for frever.il yes with anuusi y superior to any amid nil o her prmfatioiis VTitkovhki, Ute of will Bradford come forward County and make BROS.rSTTGOISTS.,

rj4 you berries" to and why your "fimbemes adieu aud with the determination lo MK] h'.lr ami ilU.i;ree-itila eruption on for the Thro-it and l.tmmms. In florida,deceJSed. and all p>T-ons holding HOLESALS SAVANHAK. GA.

k Fleming in '92. best go ever shipped'' sold for make another visit look their departure, roy face and tried xMiioua reme-lics tn wtwpins Co"Kh and C'nuip, it ima icjiiiii claims immediate against pajment.said estate will present them, tht.wn D'ccX

you when) market is quoted arriving home }y moonlight. remove it, none \vhich a'-coinplisheil t reIiex-n-5 nt ne". We offer yon a dnly authentiatea within the time required of their by ,

At the next meeting of the State lOc to 20c per quart"sound tockf Time Bun in House register shows the the ol.jtct until this v.iluible iirepiir.t-: sample bottle tit- Remember, this remedx law. or this notice will be plead in bar

Jt 80c to 40c for J. S, MiamK Mrs reorieul lo. Alter t kiu.r: ilircf guarantee. recovery. i TriEBESTSPRlHG.EDICINE
market or have following list: .Mrs. lion was is soul uudttfA positive J.L. OASSR.S. i
Association a uniform price Ate ready for home with directions 1iiii 1 I
C acconlauce II. RIVERS.C'omgre.smiimIttill
Press you Mrs. bottle.in VV. Adminbtrator.
hard enough yet? if I. C. \Vet.t>. .Mrs T. A. Knight, 3 F b. 28,18*>.
be you not been bitten .1. M. Se'ulle. Mrs.J. now entirely cured. J. D. JiJL5TmuN : 1
should adoptedand ; : Mis.
rfor advertising ready, will you pledge your elf to ami J. Sternlmrsj Ilj. kelt. Mrs. Ulilein. Mra itf the tirni Johnston A I .>u l is, ,k's cns i-omes be- Attachment .Notice. j .

adhered to by the In consign no fruit Goss. Mrs. Siviinii.ili: Ja. niiniin>e ou i'-e4k fr iu next
4. then strictly wilt li other growers Mrs. it (J.HtlbeigeJ fur.* th ci>
will stick to it f This is what as A. \\ illiur. Mr.Hiistmnd, Moiul.iv. iinlill piol>nllxr c >uio U|t iu STATE OF FLORIDA j INTHEWORLD IsRPP
and removed Quickly Court.
rates and discriminating you Miss Je-sie .lauch.Caava. Corns Tineh > InCou ty
Cutting deviate from the rule the hou'-e home tune during] i'rml.
preu. sures bUccrss-tO md sur Iy hv h" u eor Abboit's. EtsIllHan -. strictly CorxTT or BRADFORD. )
\\illbe a
tint the vote
Depreciates the advertising failure. P.tiimTIme ;mco-ue TOW. H. PARTLOWt
means Corn ill re ul>-
here'ofor |
now CAN IT BE DOSE ? bat euro for Corns yarts ant niirtis.ni one, as hereby not.fied that a Writ of Attachment
to aid You are
jalue of fruit Editor TELEOKpn-Tell your readers 1'0'ON x >tiui: for th"ir cuididUe and our -
i any Call a general meeting of the grmxert Kuni.'HK is Alil'ott's E st Iii.liaii Corn has been i* ueu against( you j bnrch property

; discuss the question pro and con. turn plant cissiua.: i'laal it now while there Paint. it ne\er I'.ii's. Trx- it! the democrats for theirs. attached satisfy fifty-two th"lenaudsot loll ir-($."3 00;

r The Harrison don't like the White and inside out so us lo that it will come Longer. S Thomas.amounting to 1st ltw.Now. .
down Suffer ,
it upside are frequent *, s.) Do not any ith interest on U.e same from
don't how it thorough ventilation nod see il inall is not Good working pants 98 cents that roujrh can tie checked .unless you shall appear before Wni. F.,
The care give stand well set Know iuir a NG
people good
House for a STOICK. for said County -
metrdici quickly in and
Jts phases; organize every at the in a div, amid the first stage of moimsu11111t14un Maluhurs. u County Ju-Ige of Hay:'
out. It has been effort to the hurt dry writhe' as we u' mlly have hem elytiLiLElIt'e at bis office&tStarke on the 15th day pp4Jj
his by week we
noon they move pledging his huh and What Vice Pr iileut Murlou TUinkOl l-roken in n A.D. 1JO at tea o'clock in the torenoon.judjincut

enough* till now. Jf these people home market. Then secure u c.ouuuo.1- in May Any ope h.tvins thickens, mug' Suitii) florldit.oKlfciit Dr. A-uer's Eugi lisli ( olLghi1t'rmiedy xvul le given agai st you and your property __

; good bus building cnuvenitnt to the ruilioadwhen feed cannot afford to doitli- \ IorIon Ins re'urn'l andx"ill leiund the tnosit-y to sold top'y the debt.iMtetl _
to D. 1SJOL
? don't like it, they are at liberty all fruit shall be brought and properly or cows all cit It r.ixenous'y in its from his trip| through the South with all wl.o| buy, a'-.e it as tier dim ehIU' this-7Ui day 01 Febru-iry.ENOCH A.S. TUOM f. ::1'
tor sale. out it. as they liud our stat >mpiit house which listed before it is offered the kindli st feelings for its people and aud dc not Pt.thtiJT.
to live i in a tenement needed. Fr r much \V. IT. KIVEKS. 4[ ,
cooking "It
Here you will find nuracious bujirsand mvy slate, uo tho brightest bop's for its luture. 1 _

mil suit their taste much better. competition among thtm to insure fruit cows especially I doubt if there is much Vm4S my first trip along the south Ati iuti<- Dr. Acker's English Pills. Notice.On .

,. r+* for their houses will insure your sreiiinu that will equal it. Any passably g< -'> i'tst' he saiil althoMsrh! in,:my years ctIiiv& antI For sickli'ithu1u. th first -lay of April A. D. 1KW, I will sell
4 Oilanamf nc'ix" (hulme.
Box" article in of payiag 10 per cent '1gm) \is\to.l New to nvthill Ar.1 in the Town or Starke,m Bradford -
The "One Dollar a fair prices. Instead bales iu New York high pii.e land will tiiake il ; it will not d : I thornusbly enj .\ eti th(> trip woi.l \ d i..ui ('io.l ston::i-h, jo's of at public County.auction State, of Florida the :tock of gnats

ihu isue is written by an extensive commission on jfross will pay In wet land. I have raised good erupt be t/ very miMlv eh iru-tpriza the pl''as.re ;ai'i'etHe l hail ciiiuplexio'i and bill jlm'm-! coiiMsUng of d ry goods sh. e*,ready-mde clothing anil
elsexvhere. on
Chicago or you ne' they have never Uvuquallod, ,etc..alto the;tore fixtures
I ( ed. It1immrIi I went *. :,hats,notinns _
*\ >eiien $
fruits in the state ass-irialion 3 per cetit. on without any feitiiizing. ; nbio t. Hoid l Iy to and co nected with s.uttst.ckofg"ods.
grower of citrns your own say the part two seasons *' l.- xxho .'.eip. eu iimlht.m. iierfecti.raiiir either iu mnerie.L or furniture belonging of Louis _
is anionsp the estate
'I his to
KtVERS. belorpii-j
fut here. \V. U.
know of what the amount you sell The fiit.1 season on land that h:id nol amid with wboxe"inter 2 Erudlord. -
and one who ought to labor at d rent. ** H to me, \X itkoxsLi. 1 te of Sal 1 County ot iece.i

pay necessary expenses IK been fcitilizcd for ten jears, and las: yen ests I liHil i.oi I een elos.-ly Itiemiti tied. I Word to Farmers.l.xory >eil. haul s.ire 10 take pLu-e at the brick store I 3itlkI
should offered ih.m can A 'allstreet.
This matter i decdent on (
fruit sud
> br
he speaks. i in CHMJ more mei wi.li the most coi ii ilnreptn. cvjywl.cie formerly occnp'ed!
sexeral feitilizer hud lit en HpplvJ tm di>ll ir the ilriiikinp iu m spends of burke,where said goods
r' sold let it be consigned to where fit) au.l iiidi'td m-til not bvjiin'inaccept m Mild To n
by our orange growers limo .il ou bar mnkes a of sale strictly coj.fi.J :
agitated ocia- l-oef s> stored. Terms
more din-fully selected by >oir ns three ears; jet it paxs to use 31)J-it.X all the inviit'OMs which were'tliov'rth for nr >-.' xx'or.b of the l>trmer's are now L. OASKISS. :
interest taken.F liowevet, that t'.o not hivt H t. I htI had th tim. umrke' for six -eut of tad.Estate.Starie. .
: ard a greater linn-bouses, pounds cottoneeed meal to the acre applied on me. huarlmv. Every doll ir he *|luamitli. I'oril.jnr Administrator
I tmItl hvo to Molult., AU., Fla. Feb.2.UCO.
gone ,
buyers here.Muclimore. when il i i- 10) or IS iiie fari&'r, fitly -IN. for \xlie.tl;
the sul>- 'uii the plant au.l ott'r l from p.ixs
be saM on ar isx-ille. i i .. j cei Line.
might .
-* Articles any general Eiibjec but pewspuper anicle is i itec'-sS'irily inches; hisih.: Plant toui ftct apajl es.cii \> l>ie ll> iiiiuliois jecl, a with liorsuIK liu'ay. the l. i cifilty tt
for publication ars gratefully received. it Ll us luxe wily so as to cultivate a limit to zr..ve'I. firiu QAIXESVILU. FLORIDA frebruao2Uh.
brief to discuss fully. dull In* piys for men th i i- LAM Ormrmcz AT c1\'fjJ
too xxmkII i r
N. This leaves very hllle limd; 1 th'nk the xx-omlerful uitmul rapid i very u"l- 18 0. fN'OTICC 1 iLUlUDA(
No matter whether you a public meeting. ground 'tiwiich > ith from tit devis- mittS ti(till thi-tv to illtv ii.every that the followinjj- :
: will mike a g'ot l uoi i-a recovery of the o mko ani.uki i1* hereby given
liii \VOI ilh ,>t txikv] !t' diiuk filet notice of his inteution PEi1iiSILM( H. '
will with sweet .j would innktnlx latin of tie! war j is innst :itni7in: -ami ..* worth s.tt1erhai [&
the editor agree you TVJATlO'i.Our : !pnt.iti et. m mm
think GRASPING !TUB iioknn t ior !rent one t'> '-ur to make final proof in support of hicUm. >
; 1ox. l 010 .
C K.Co.otauUartl
O most slriiiittly iuipre s"< eveiy xvl" knowst'lLs'ind before Judge of Formerly tin P. M. &
sIihig. fsim r will be niaile :
,. Tho! and that sai.l proof
different tori
pr not. If your views are Debs to Cartel|em and how To hlighhir.d. Fla Match 00.Jupaueoe I tD3. s wb.it llie t SmiLLIL oxtH'riPH'-eil: and of rx' pi till X'o'cs fur Ihe b .o.juu'i .is niiinki't the Circuit Court or in his absence. Clerk of the 'lime IJ ed.-eb..5, 1SOO.ltsp .
Collect It. whit ii is to-il.iy. I na prom! inix Fl >rid.ionAPR1L241H.1V.U
realtz.-s Starke.
then we willhave Is lust butro a Circuit Court at 4
the better because --- lr his pKNluct, l OUTULkN b1V' $ t' I
TEzjGR.iPli-The orange grow Ooiikltlu ()raimurc.Mr. Hi.it I I.I> not bclx e a trax lr uoingtlmmtjh thej harul
Editor wUnus
chance to comment there the South if iipaxv.tro of thetrnffl'leof flto mlet* firminj? .piy *iz: J->hn A. D hm. St.irke. Hffida, 11-E.No 5..5 p lOUonLv teruu tlin.! Lv TUOpliloa
a ers of Florida are now looking their fate J.V.. 4tt1i.teu sitini; the desirability twent --rive x-etrn v.ro, xvoul I .-llx-: tinmige ll-.t.rtbeN3ofSESvelSTpa 1 S its nge'J2L. b.5pllCOaLv Joiksoiivule LT 60 p S.ia
for fni our state an orange He nimestru* (.Ihoing witness tjwovc TCUDllJjiiLv Caiiahan Lv iKip !)3)&
upon.It: full in the face and upon their couise ol piociiung that ii"liee Aiiyvign' result ins; jVmii time -truz.r- The First Symptoms of Death. his continued resid-uce upon and cultivation, of* LUlple2.5pLv BuUiwiu Lv OU>p 5Slarkn ->a

weeks in all human probability that will be u'husdy roter. HK- ule. Of 'aiLl ra" this ucoxeiy j is taut tqu.ilit dull I hitet la>:li<*. pains in said lacd. viz: J>hu Klein"i-hmidt. John C. 2 pAra LT 33Ip 1500 a Ii.

. i* an old "chestnut, now worn the next few the can withstand tl>e sev. n Jt \\ (;&Ihier iml it : nil points; some cities are fc< hug tin1r Tired feel t or.of l he b dv. sinking .it th.- Kichani t'harle- H ysnan,Joseph K.31e:cher, 12 4 a 2 o p.t r Caw.Lorne IT 2.4u 55 al2ea
4 their condition for ivored ti uit. has the va nulls pins Sun kc. Flonda. s3pAr Ultra LT lijp 513u
depends the time be a line ..l rity \\hk-lils now all of
, that in staring tame > ner prosp stt'itntuit. los-s ot appptile, tuxeri LTNCH.EegisttT.BY Lv I 1.)
but '
threadbare one counties in I the Atlin'H, pit oi tIt. ALEX. 4 00.tx tilver Srngs p
p The lull to impose upon taken ll.e :it.rea.cy fiT t'ijrht coii'lUiiu1 of the .tti itiveex
net ten years. luppy t-hmiuss. pimples t>r S.DICS.: ate po> 2 25 A 4p.r i.H.ali Lv 12 5* u4 25 dtjUO.i

oa in the face evt-iy time one steps all brought into the country a stale for the OotuJiiu iminseof Jap-uu-s Sixin< ab, III iniiiiiili I .mi :ui
oranges but iliiectly fm &HII Fnui.i.sco pill irultry thou rIIii" itMfsr bo puriti. 4-w a 6 14 p Ar Letsounc Lvt'ah1'p
upon the street the miserable pooi duty of one dollar per box |s i.ow before origin The Onnsum'sibuddid on the i>uionuige luixy it bt line poisoned Dr Ae! ( iLt. Good \vorknr shirts 125 cent tlo ;ixmd df.iih. Win. F.Jlalpiiurs. Coi.mty Judge 7.Ua bt'up.tr trLiudLv 9ihs 7 1.0Nus >
holes and loose attitude of out llK.ld llu- cold of 1(1- \ fai'o.1 iieun <'
where aud
aidewalki, congress upon ro4il and IMS I'.l-iod 1 Klixir tins XEVKU in and for tht Ci unty oi Ira.lf.rI. state ott .
beLWt' Jae.s&.n
1ueket Stoic. T. s. Sou-tr JUiuilt
time u.i.iy.
the verdict and not %t jhmtml. Il is a prolific beater anil at M-ioful-us or syp- iiitc I poisons.icl l-T'da. eserc-i ing Pn b.itepow tr .. misted Jlarct .
rule. If these walk* people now largely depends X'c and OiLuioV. NJ.S y ana 4, thualy e eettutI.t.
boards are the CV.ifoinia aLt will lie the 5th A. l>. IS'R'.appoint!' g me the un fer .ned -
fruits positive gIit'IIutte fuitiudit UKI sk.-ping cu sutLuttU
Utseateo.Ulcers under hu.'
: That the duty i> successfully roiitnctoii: real > .ua4ip .
to be delivered. otliei.lnp.uie.e i' II. ltivi its. as ConimiN-ioi er to tell tLe fo.lownug1 .
should soon all ; tlacUo"ll
Jev.tL. tu.U
by :
be they doell iu as _
rannot repaired which ctrUtnly ,sorts rimvlet. itih. salt rhruin. eto. 4 esttte Mtuatedia said county or Bradford. sJac "
and burned be Called for by circumst:i nets over fiuitJo.. Mr Svi'.ntu!! n i is tjiktiijuruers evidences of contagious bU oj di-.ea.-e. It iuiauifi3tl of Flfmda.bel.mninir to the estate of Allen! Geuer ___31_ I V 'tAJlKl" uiv..i o
all means bo torn up whose will l are On the Suwannee- Bradforn dei eo sl. known UvjC .
bave no control none will deny for I wo-eur olil luesih it e.u to teat" blood puiso: bteoa.zde- unty ZpllaLv> J-L-t ./ ml V 0 p OO ifc
killed. It i"H sham* we tatted. lio not > a duty era of tocit-u i>ts from lb aiidde4.nbcda.loll>w>:wes: hall of thr-southwest 5 ii 0SaLv teriiatjma Ar 7 1)I1l1.ja
is a 'iut nnil A large I'.utv p
fore someone the leims of the problem soon :is sd % > the of B. B. B. (Botar.k tf the
acquaintance with as from the sj item by use Iiistim iie. accompuiied by and the south wrst quarter 7 5>)p 11 ]5 a LT C4liahan Ar i 9iUaL0lOpiepLv
of these ti Smithsonian
to the town of Starve them in the expression ol fail lo secure at lei t ue Bio <1 n.iluO, thus enabling the 3>re places tc Ymkaud other cities. north we'.t quarter of Section sixtce'. Town'hip lJsu.uwt Ar 5a
au J disgrace Justifies Fla.MSStf : tnendi from totv east wj of s .
< Siarke TMrentv-oue. ( -
of Range
fmm ilr. J. W. uttt)1Ca.! of othcr iiratim Seven south ,a 5 41 p LvVtutwc.o.t Lv I I t I a ISO a415p
hives :
all possibility River
such miserable sidewalks The foreign growcr" ale beyond heal and thereby n-mix ing me t>u time S-ixxanneo w J anlsw 4' of n w -ee. UT.TSUSl ro.>t } hiiU.t 7i.pAr Iu1eLity Lv ltt-Ua
tohavo opinion. bccomi !likewMaffiute'J f tint uiik-ioxvn S[re.LumL. hundred and t.'enty acres more-
u.eiubeis of the family 115 the wondei" mit i oitUaniip'one .Op upAr; lUntiuVtaiupa LTLT ipa a5OpS
Much was expected by our new citj our leach, but wide its is the tea tint Ii. s Seu.l to Bloo-l Balm O3.. Atlanta,Ga andCi'iiriny: sj'eciueii lui the In>!iliiti- or less. By virture i>f said or- er 1 will sell at .0 p it) 13 P r 1 ..1)trTarsvipmingsmy
shirts 48 ceiit xxhi.-h they hav- public auction in rout ol the Curt iI..ue door ;..Sa 4u5
and the verdant plains of Italy Fancy flannel iis-e a lint boat, on ti.V p
but if there haI < between u* for book that will convince. They I, the town of Starkcltf aid county of Bradford
;. council nnd mavor, slopes of southern Spain ilis 1 1L ut the Kaekct Store. JH Outlaw,)U. Ohve, X. C., writes: I h.vrur hnl a tahiti elected and furiiNhed wit in on the 7th day of ApriL A.D.1S9J ; U ami Ii daily s-'li-l trams bet weezi Jackenvilleaud -.
; aud the sunrw The party emtmk'Hl i-hEt. (.8>.3ai it4h -PuJruian
; ; on the townutrct'tp ---- arid OnIjott'.e < all t he cnnforrsot life the sane being a leg.il sale day and thefi rt Mon uy. >
improvement houlder arms.
been any as nothing to the world of nought ntul Here U a CUaiioe f>>r You flIng sores on my at Ur.iutoid and isxxorkiun ulntv- lay in s>M no .th. the afrresnid de tntied 1 sn
and xxallys, is has as yet remained between their peopleano it. B. B. B. cured me entirely.L uMin.Vlieu tlu-v arm leo at -Lit> m >u hitt belonging the e.tato Q '.ztiu devedut.. s.ud mnd tVd.b..u4 eae-pt uumitar -- -'
I Feeling that rolls Tne pulilisher of the "Agriculturist. Johnson Belmont Statioa. Miss.,writes: B -: Belle nf StuxauueB xx utoxv Ians are hi> be*dd for dj ti ibutiou niro g the 1* t CKi'AK utA: t'. t
undiseerced. One street reach acros* tho idea* of the p.-ople of llut.lte the liver.u the heirs of said decedea Terms ve>h. lutvheberpa
We never onl to
our own can r get B. B has worked o inc like a chirm Myheaiandbodyxvascoveredwithso.es Cellar Key. 1Da Lv Juck'oaMlle Ar "iOOremanumi
thi io'o L. B. Ka-iDts,
) ii as possible, in f"r tit.es.
condeiivii im >iug
hules in it enough Unit gulf lift to in I ns ; ; aud my hair ComuusCoinniisxioiierN ituer. IDUiaLvH5aLv Ar Up F
eroing has large tiat sea em by spinning of f3 to the person 3iaiem.8 18U) Caiisiamm Ar 5.ip
trst a
of oilers a price out, but B. B B. lieaVd me uikly The New Discovery. ,
Men cane U Lv Badwut Ar Ji.p
tin and level tho dmnlro< peisunt c-iinni'iiueatiou on one
for horses' legs to jo ongli our eti'lm 111- best Tl.etomniuiilc W. J. Vit-nl'; *, llutclieis' Texas writes: B. B. You hut.' I'c.xrd xoni I iii id iidsand youriiiijlil Sale.! l1i'Lv Xv".i.U > Lv 2 It p

southern Kuroin We c.numt widen Li- .sheet (.ii.e] M>li' .tmIv) ot unti1 puper her talknii i rflnmt u. Y"ii m.ivoiii <5T i pAr Gaues.tile Lv I'OpSltfpAr
be ulcer leg ;
To irVof I on I
tire ors
nohody rcrn> to care to B. has cure-1! my a irgf ; Under and l>y virtue of an order or ilocree 13-
; ilevnteil SOUKnibject :
L In* Kiioutioni (. Lv t3)a -'
narrow lot with free schools, lice chuiulu .lion must that doctors a'-d all ether racdlc ue toulJ Lot \ >ol!' l>o one ol 1 -h*' manyxlio suieti -ut ol th.-Pvhtte Court of the County of etUr&.ey
there in no salary attached to a city aninvtte his brea i of the grove. jtanUn or f.irin Fi ru pers'Ul e.\i-eiieiict-jii>t; h
and a free press nor second *l will i.e given for theecond cure. it K. It I xo-i luxe mvir rio I it. thereto 1 will sell at public nuction it front of >-k-.ns til?qua xy.i.;>>> XVaUlk) auaj.Ur Keys.

: alderman; but ono in accepting bitch with the Htpiriilions that are the birth l cst puce*10 tO it II 1C1'.ion. The Cm'III- M J Rossonan. prominent merehantofCreen'*- >i il'iiu: on<* Of its Mauii'h fiiends, 'i.e.. the Court Hou.-.e door at St.rk-. Bradfor t CVuii- A.N'Ul.NX AXi: > J.WttiVALLB1tCH.t0 .
> C' 1 of several COM-S i.t v U Hie ) Li. 1-9>, he- -
bon Ua., ritts: know Florida on Muntlaj April Vtli. A.
best the first ilnu i tt <>Ut it i" Lv. $ ti -5 I
*n office should do his duty as right of evi iy American ciliri n. And yet IflUIIICLtIuuISihl be pulni.-hcd blood.disease speedily cure.1 by B. B. B. Two c.tust the xxiiodeiful I tweeli the leaal ho-.n. of sale, tte fUowindescr -

with week in each mouth. Tl.e ulitor will bet' bottles cured a udv ot Uily scrofulous km sorefc.W th-itx ben ooe given a tri:il. Dr. Kinj; bed property teotuag! to the e tale of 9 5 a4 it p LT Jacks*>u ile! Ar !'io a 1 35 pta

be CAB, or withdraw and let some if we are to succesbfu'.Iy co.npete tif their xxyith ia twarJiuit11k3 ; C Biretonort' Co.. Musey Ua, w itt?t B. B. Ni-.t- IIV) IX TV eve' utfer ho ls a ;ple Patrick Murphv. deveae.l. to-wit: Lot One. 11 0. 555pAr k.flsa-.owa LT ? :3al203tp >

hand. A town with him, we must perform thrte miracles.We e fule: jude; B iucunrp Mr HoOL Ward 01 blood }>oi>
one t-Ut take a pri%' s. fted one of the most woutter U cure- that ever la \\.if iUitf' xxith I a cou h.iod T>.wiish-p Mi.South of Ranpe Tw-r ty one East. oi Uuly. t---1d Lr4U
ftjcvalka and etreet erodingsit inuM. give him nf our sted. throw over Wbeii ei.din.. in t'+t se commuulcntiniis caiuu to our ku<*Itxigv. and tubs 'i ith In" Luo or Cheat trouble Said bu-l sold to pay debts ot rotate. Terms each &WVLLLU. t-G..t between **ern-indtpjt and

: poor of institutions and following in iiii-nt; or any lb riumi. ca-.li. J.L.FRAZSE. Ii.UusWLk i .Ma *.ttuu. ;r. Meepmi,cars bruns-
him the mantle our hear the Friends t?) of LaborTh 'Ul 114 at om-e amid give il a
l Cojiuik-siouer. .
than xxith none at all. sheet of oruii.ary serur" a March Ttu. 1-90. biv.8i.t.ttLt.t.zt.9T __
cue side ot one
worfo bleed in him our hopes and needs or fall Write on one > Joliet (IU.) Press and IVopla says j fair tr-al It is {juarauiecd every tim or 1 ( XXESTEhN DIV'X r 2 I 10
let's have the ncte paper. nulls subset ib d?25 tWO refunded. Tiial bottles tree at LAM OITICE AT GAINESVII. FLOUIDA. I
Coroc, gentknirn in his low estate. His civiiiz ition means Write with black ink. the .Jrliet rolling money 6 Maix-h 22-i, 1"tmo. If 7u>a ;:OpL. Jaiksou\ule Ar Hl.a atop

- have non'3 at all. and cheap the commuai- to Mr. Qu. x's campaign fund list year. di-ugsss. _ V OTICE is hereby given tnat the fnllnwjn-- tiUp b3OpLv laIdwin Ar 8-6p S40p
walks repiiird or fooml cheap wiite "Head" to
cheap money Do not ;x intulo 1- SO
'flieeotmmtniy; afTleixapls a per x> named settler has filed no tic*of hi- i te i- inp iQOaLt MontIrUo L's ai3p4esp 7 a

If c\xoer won't fijc his labor. Ours revers s these conditions cation-vlhe editor xxili do tti itSiitn cent. icducMon in the \ -am.e'm ol' its etn- A Pronibtion Restaurantt tion to make final proof in support otis claim, 2Ia.R Talanasse LT 32Jp ftOOa.
I property tint nush the yom tuuie and pic.1 office ndlic' sat ploves. by l xvhi'h. says Time' Press au.l t the bill itt Ure i of M. .sr". Smith anil that said proof will be nmtfe before Register 1laAr Quincy LT i29p 4WiOp
Icatt be made to remove yet gives us muff laws -i hit ion reit.iuritfiri Kectiver at GaineciIle, Florida on 4ioaArr.hrrrJu ctionLr l t5p 3t51a
il L'L ol and
walk, he can at the bottom it you do.i'i w nt your 1'cop"t: ev \\ 11 r" oupS! I.o Ii tur > .itsiiui. Hio-htfis. the 4a alUl 'aAr Peust-ctUa LT iia 650p
JlAYUrii; IS-
it. growing form of Air.eiicau democracy mioa tmme put.lihec1, simy su,. .'* S.o the iellows y.hI) ato Dotting i of l'om.hkeepi. N.Y ai-peir sucli two eolutieu-very viz:Lather C. We.nh-r. ol Km sler. Hortla.TI. 8 10 a ISTjpArioule LT Wia ISip

I world as uarrruw as 'he n.itius o l those 4lIttIt5.S your ciKum inic.it'.on as> fol- "p :Leti'.41.V] tli 5 >1 I'vntlit of tlm tirilil uuii iial .iMii'>uemens HI .xii. E. No. UVHL for the X V of Si V of S*c 8 fp 6 SKVJE. L-lo1 ; -OpArwOrie. Lv jJJSp Sb.t
Ttarkct. > x\s.tii' quote Mr. Foster, are miikii'g ti<>.i. On the iitl m rajj i'm the f -ll<$ : Henairen the Uowu.g wfcn-s.e tu 7 OpAr Jioutgoinery Lv 3lua
Home who devised those 2nws. low: xxjiiers and. cook* II4aAr Lout.ijtje Lii4'5par
residence I cult
i workmen their cauipaigc eon- Personal s rxiee, his continuous upon an
I It Ub unqucktionnblv true th*! tLeslruw- We are on the heights or think we are; E-iitor Floiiua Agriculturist the pay will be lurnished! lor xveddi" spri-tuls, prove ivatio ofaid land viz: W. C. Ladd L. W Cincinnati LT745pAr
; DeLaud. Fla. irib'itions.ISuckleu'b excursions, Kiekiiter and W. G. btar. of Kitgsley. Fla, and SULoula LT 733 a
bury Civwcre of thi< tcctiau lure not. asa our rivals are in the darkness of the middle Note Sheet Communication. Aruica Salvo. dinners, ippers, collations where ,iutoxicatin,? J. C.Biaochard, of Ionia. Fla.ALSXASDER. 630 a Ar Chicago LT ii p

4 rule found ths present ecu sou a pn>3t- and if we are to compete with etc.. except in cases wine eider. LYNCH.Register. Trams N o.m. 1.S.9 and 1; daur. Nos. 1 and 2
l .
; Cuut ,
iigts The best Salve in the world for liquoi-s, pnnoh, ale, >eer have Pullman vestibuletl sleeping ceo a Jatk oax -

*bio one n> lar A few fotunt ones them successfully either xve. or they or A Lady's Perfect CompanionO'tr flrttie s fjore U'cers. SIt Rhenm,, etc., are to bo servet i. In thu event Notice for Publication. il e to Cincinnati and New Orleans Faseng

t tbem may be who li ve been careful in the conditions must IKJ chtnged. These new Limk by Dr. John 11. Dye. one Fever Sore*;, TH'er. Chapped Haud-, ";m-h sor\cP will oat be furniHlied". 0,1tim" T coach to Pensacola and Flomatioo. Local i-lcep-
fit ..ippearthr LAiD OmcE AT OArtes\tu.R. LORIDA.1 13ii to Tollahassee Trtnus 9 ai.1 10. accom-
an1ill I Skin limptions billet' e hog cars
selection of coorigncef; but the cinj >rIty f Kiw; Yotk's most skillful plysicunsjms i'bll I >!lais. Corn itiMWoot'lhrt rLh2iJ. IS-iNOTlcnis
tie it .
the are the factors. flaw is j the problem to rsrUi's.ninnP.IV "Thy uo m.t ii>\Ualini! mn..datk.n. ;o1id train to River Junction.I _
4 tint uh\ is hot netissiry m I ItiMbiuh. amid jxisitivi-lx f. ll'ixxii,,:: hereby given hat the iol"wir '
. huve U yet made very little money out worked Elevate Uu-m-hnng about the I } ilis truiu ciu-es tasi'y undiKstonl lequtred It i, fru riti.t'-uI: l to trvtjerftct 1-(|tiors- le.be.'>, xxiuoor eit'-r-i* prohioifcil settVr ha CleJ tiotk-e of his int'-n -j 50

their thipiatctfc. The rteeul fievze ut ics | MtistKi-tion, ortnoiuy itiuiulivl iu this hti>e It is mme'-dl'-st to lion to tCiLC final|.>roof iu.-uppoit if hw e'Uiuan tXaSi'Sa i&'pLv Jackso. vdiLvi-tp 54a
of Uecfc of the foreign grower the nullstonean LLT'(* oxeicome. It ctar\! !.\ ]pi'xes ; Lsix. Far sale bx" 'lifirm o-nnrin-U ih-i rdsoe. t -1 that Sid proo ill be n:ade before Reeiste SSOpLv Baldwin LT S 53p 805*

, however, have checked the crop *o that advanced civili .ttifn has put around lint any woman tn.iy l-et-oin-i mot tier rce 21 temts j-er 5y ihu richly dB-Biv> s. and Receiver at Gainer ille. "a.on V ar 22(1 95 al02T pLv Lake(ity LT 7l3p 6t5ftLT
It'' h&itd success it so 1-00. viz:Ah ilom Lamof Wal.lo. Florida BK. 1115a114'pAr4a&per 3a.p 4 43 a
markets but WI44 Lever.
uoithern art; without sutleilu'j piiu
the ehipmtn's your own. jou cau not. L.iwtr your own ; any No. 103fjr the WJf XF.if Sec3i Tp'l ; Ufcjp lwaAr VcW ta Lv liSp 3Coa

few crattt daily instead of several) hun. descend in the ica'.c! of also tells how. o oxercomeanil preuMmora'nii The First Step. Kilrl lie ra>iiss the follcwx f wi'nevses tjir'vehis 5 'A p H V a Ar 31.tcca3Uyl3 Lvi')4ial11p
' a standard of living- ; sioftn-rss amid the many oilier l'erhipsOLL, .tLt mn iloxxn, can't eal cunt-ni.ed r-s.d--nc
tired und &B a consequence prices *re civilization joa will nut.Il evils HtTe.iditig pieanancy it is"highly can't sleep cauTt'hiMk.! cm't uo anythi.jr lion of sill !an-1.%is: H. M.Td i.t, of walOo Fin --- .1. 2 ani Mi tUily >o. I L'aUmanSieepiztcara

KdranclcK to a good figure giving reabou is not. indeed nectssnry that you endorsed by physicians everywhere as tue H EBT to xour/tti.f'i'>!i. an'* you xouii.r and R V. H Ha.-Uon, Joe HiTiiird arid Frank(i. igei teween Jacisorv.le a .d Macon:
b eth tlxarninz. of Starke, .
Yo> should lautn to ail pain's north and i>e f.
the remainder iJ the season tune under Inch wife's true prixato comptni'.u. Jut tins ZE xx bat nils i yov. At. LVSCH
to hope that ili-mld; the present y u rasii the faia: vep _x\SDsa Resi-ter. Th-t Wtf l'ii V. Bay strret_ .ori-ar Hogan.

.- : tntire prutitab'.e than the ps buy diar and fell cheap. xxiU d. It for you out; 5l will s.iveou geat piin, nul p..sMUly are those put up by you are. ritiii.. Yoi nefl :i iNreTeni Df pvi icot Itojraa tree J ici ti:le.
3i>y prove UMISC xxho luxc&o liiuglalkired ; nur life. :'eui: -*. ; st.imp; fn into muervitti nule s adjusted by & CO. l .jttersok:
number of luvc vxprebHd D. H. FERRY uui in illci-'ii- T.I. p. &. r.A.
Quito H in vain. The time is short, the dt4-I liptne cuculais. test t iii.uyi.i il a nd C''\- r'tiieut l.- f-,r m(".to' II1L: 7. ,y 1( D. E. Maxwell, ,
Who the Largest ti La1anaer.
are exact
thd I
iu bvr ofH xvtil liud a
theuivclveb us heurlUy ut.cesiity for action urgt ut. Lei the pe.u tideuti.l li-lttr SIM iu sealed enxelope Seedsmen ia the.orlj. sx&tem to i. I IoaIrh-. O'T J '-I N. S. Panningtan

home luarki-l) instead of consigning pie no longer trifle xxiih theou questions .dmhrs FK.V.SK TIUJMt'o l'ui,:li I-1 U- I).M. LI.Rut'V&C0'S I your mil t."ditioi.uervoas S.i rpri-ii'mz re-'ultHSa'l-'Xx cJ7 / -- JLruiKVlttlllks] fWalter -

tbclt f mil to liousts of xvbose res-rrnsibil-) of vital and uiulxibg ji.tmtt. Ltt them cI. hJn1titeie Md. Bsaa'.rfully tilusiraiej. Uescriptiv I ho ti- or tnis tjiftV. N' 'Xi1 1'onio nn G. Colea'anGt-im.TraiAgenL

.- fly aod facilities for handling they nmy aii-e to tl'e siiUdtion% and give forth their -- -- EE d&il4'LrALtori5owiIbe \ \lteiiiiv Your ajjjieM;.Mul ite-u'l rdurus. ifctjred. y-*>r';.irH ; -.' ,-'-' ff' ., '.' To whom it may Concerns

maudale in tone* that shall pierce even the nvitius.
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market nt hotno .N > .- ; I//.V.T. i- 5 inaledFREEtoi1 : > re-hIm 1 All hereby arced t-t to trimi.t may
cstaU Uh n t't i.tiovs are
? nothing and IPi'i.V'OTl liver ( persons
know iat* "f UttpHSoguiS an p.irlKins .- season's i aml-i.<
i.i appUcanis.ami to last custocicrs. -V) ta'. wife. Juiia Kntelst.<>nmy uvct-uut. (ruin tht
where the fruit can bo sold ul sight and bound in oin lulls of legislation% Inc thnl 1.I. It U better than evtr. tv- bai'thy :u-u 'ti. I'iy.i U.ttlepticc *> ; fis ; $ Uaj ou uadi-tis ol hers all be oaul by tu*

cavli. limmit vibrates in resimoimse to the touch of a .' ..-i. :-! .i 7r 4' .Ii/ ..:i fp non using Garden,Flower. A' Uruiiisig -. T.B.KSIGHT.14ih. .

for united peopleh> know their rights and 4 Z.dj4 ::Ci .uJ.!'. or FieldSEEDSthouldsendfcrtt.D. 11W SITTERS 3arth .IWa .
.. ; 4'4tCs
The ndvuntngcs of such a CYi knowing, dare to iaimmLaut. .Vui a s..rt 's ttt .i (t'rsuct.a NHVE ( *t. l>>-r
I many and to obvious as to bardly ueoa CL.AUefvrd' \. P. 1.. / t.: &,>. ff.-ni .ted ?.:) Cures IndisesOon.ai.d BiUoasnoss General Debiliiy. rax si- ,t-.1 _A,.,, 4\S. t'k

recounting. The more it it coutun,lat d I Jj.I.r.V we' J t'.jr ,;/-,/,i Jia'fjr.tut na.clans ervousne-s.recommend iw All dealers sell it. Genuine \_) i

does There 1aZiLZttt. .v.t ;jry 4P ai'i ft(6jrvst iuii.cr p ii gcid has trade jaariSeuralyic aad crossed ret1UeS cuwr&ppet _s'ts.

the more deiirable itttecm April Ueiford i-outtuus amoi'g othtr iateie thOrt.,ec t' ',cif'ib..s w i i I't1'o1iS 7' AGENTS i ,Pt'. for
about iu bucccta. If treat and IECCKF I
tht 114.tI. \
be question a fiit.4 iztue
no { fl teu
can ins articles one ei..itled The Flee or NO PAV all CHKU- with nerronfness resulting thenusi ) ..|>ii.ir boi-k
struck trouWed
dite'.tnioe not to cous\gn. and : The ringi-tf t.'as t.4-en bait tec* ontke iJLHX3impsar.d And: those be relieved blL'Iwi&'s Uiiny wg
the groxvertt houses xxiU scud (Village of Silver byM. L. Scutldor! Jr fjjf v tjt fcffmiat J\vr.: Atiie reSDuaJetitbr ic buh ii.xii CAI>. SFXDivcisp fo M care or overwork Sitters. Genuine (and life size pintrnit) tv r suld in (Lui.uth

; V& itidk to it, the fruit ] Its ti- !.41J1. and to ,!: Lipftitizlxe S of >o.y. \t'u.z >- Iron
>* > (;; e y *
id iu the Life if JifJt-rt- Dm. LyJu
which m4otml i tie r y eviry luau crossed red thes wrapper The -
down their buyers. As a matter of fuel AtIts .ulfm tttnji in the front rent e/ nri, r'nd tittrk ; I mei has trade jaark aad

this Innd. JuM.m ILiwihf.nu-'s l Celebrated *ait4iv PiczIi.'s. j-sJ is the moil vijfly- : '- sut.oti..uj.'ctta ;. : i'C -li senami.
]H.VCbern buying t VoiTsALi:
ra1 houses JJjfJ4t3or E.fu\i p'L .
1t S4
kind thtwriJ.
of Ihe D is ns'tn) Very iuUtest r aJ-4Td-t.ZaJ DfJi4lill.oN cf its in A lU-s.uan. 'uf Tt v. jtxAtUracyGn.
*i U.Tat Men y. as ti th. ll/.r.r'zi !a'st. S eniiDr ;
do to ? (?KOVE:: 01irooil
so get
: Id'iug obliged to any For full lesrifttve orcaar,. addrc.nLJP4b.co i-t'tT.EIIa ani Valuable! ORANGE : .- 4
1 ing rciuUttc lua'tcr. 1hu- e4rri.1t'letory, ; GarUiul. ..f Ark anil 'hers. Spcr-
b..lizlt.klnt in t'.l..tP -
; 11'i ivs all, on account nf s i many His 1hiai'mn Ftieid.: l TTS M.1G4ZIYE.F ihzde/mi.i 't.ct.'tr. J Li-t:
in the ftcKi c-vist 25 cu, single ,nuwiier. lu. i TllOS. K.
on slontM.tl ll.e prue.2t a i.umber. $3 ferjrtttr. Jc- (
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Mention of fth fer tdrautspKM f th 2 40 n tear IM'otd Co.. puliisuStarkc- Theftiiser fLtisar will receive yont v..I. '; rmtrtL.. '.t51VILiE.t..irrr5. nov8-4t Clarke. Fla -

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:'I t '("" "! ,"l..> t\:of", ;' t. -' '" -J ,, I shakes at McacnamV :Mrs. Win. Mitchell u much improved ; __.__ :; --cr-- ". ,- -.

: 1! t:;: :, 'D t. JV' :. T ERN i A fine stock of, candies and crack.I' from her late serious; illness, ,I '' *-* -

." "..,>,.:.4 ',.."t.1"v,.'.;. '1".t 11" :, > }"....... .". ,. J :, ers at WallerJVUl ,juR t ree'j. i I Wonder box much the .young men ... t.r.f.:,.' .. ..

. ,:t f .>. .;:. '-. '... .,..... .' I;' ." ,. Lemonadjjj soda water at I ore learning! at the dancing school? I ITitey Provisions Flour, :1 '
want to
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you yonr Croccriesr
' ;.'", '\ .( ,; rr: .:' : '4 {IJ: Meabain's.Ini Mr. S. J. Temple has struck phos- .
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,: >: ; T' Pted brandy at Alvan-z I & I phate on his I property on Black: F I tt Corn, (Outs) Hay and Bran. ,f);

Liddon. *1 creek 4ici$ t .

200 Ills. tine 'nndjust received Mr. L. C. Jlllli will soon commence! They want to sell'jrnu your Dry Goods and, Notions. ...;:,...

f"It:4 rEIU1N1RYT at __ Walter Wills. to burn 175,000} ) hr lk't his brick and Fnrnishiug! Woods. :
sell :
want Clothing
;, ; Stonewall 1 Jackson, Old Oaken 'Ind. POWDER They to yon your ...

.. l thicket and Old Valley wlifcalways keVIi! -- ,, .
\ ,' on hand at, Tax advertisement for this county Absolutely Pure They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. :

; will not appear} until the 2d week .
Alvarez fc; Lidd"Partidos" This raries. A marvel of purity. I \
on. powder never
Shoes nd Rubbers.
want Hoots -
'Ill jiLd in April.Mr. !strength; and wholesomentf More economical They tosellyouyouii ,
T !! cigars atIltfiberger than the ordinary kinde, and ca not be sold in
"' ATEST & Richard. W. I), Hollings-.vorth is againin competition with the multitude of low 'test I They want to sell Ton Your Hardware, Tools and Building :
$ / NEW YORK I short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold
:, AND Oil stock of shoes i in now com town, looking hale and heartyas only in i cans. ROYAL BAIUCO POWDER Co..lit 4 Material.
I Wall streK. New York.
PAlUSIAN STYLES. plete. We will : ever.
: : gh'con baigains!: '
.' :';. "" h':,.,"",' in this department. The dredge Merrimack. i moving Mr. A C. Hamrick has accepteda They want to sell you your Wjigons! Buggies Agricultural Implements ;"

k ':.}'1t,:!?l "i'. 1, -__ Tnihy, Sternburt & Co. of late at the rate of about 300 yds.. position in Mr. W. II. Rivers' dry Seeds nod Fertilizer) .
., ,,J &hiI: lt.,.. LADIES -" week. goods store. Arthur is a first-class .
I ''" f- per They \vmit to sell you your Saddles Harm nlHI1dp.*. in
If boy l and a general favorite.: Mr.
Display or SILkS LACES yon want the'1)ejt: shoe-one I A heavy rain fell Saturday night fact want to sell everything mac need. Give them
: )iflir' RIBBONs{ and ORNA- that i is Rivers could not have made a better they you you
perfect call for the
; ,1 41e Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair filling, I the first good rain we have had fora selection. a trial, and you will be convinced that they will swm. jou money
Ornaments Hough & Ford Rochester shoe
at -
& Rin, w long lime, on everything You buy cud at the same time guarantee the quality .
r j t-unumerous to mention. Truby, Sternburg &; Co. I : Mr. & W. Hackett, cashier of and quantity of Goody. ,;

K1 .1 1 I t1 fS" lie The famous Allheuser. m.h. lager Rev. Wamboldt.. preached a the Bradford County Bank, offered .
t t Leer ice splendid} vermuu Sunday morningand in cash for the
on at Alvarez & Liddon. $5,000 Hoyt property 0.
Swiss Embroideries I Plain and I + ;
> 'wjllftirfi Embroidered
t. ; Hem-stitch .
evening.City Call street this week arid was
Take on ,
Meaeham's for
:'. :&fe4 suits, Le.lo.Skirtings and Van Dyke Laces, Queen's Lawn, cool temperancedrink.your girl_to a council meet Tuesday WL-* night- refused. He wanted to put up a TRIM STERNBURG & COMPANY

1i[$ : Jndi .Linen, Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn and W licit screerings for chickens at or rather, that is their regular brick block. ,

t i \; ,-, Nainsooks, Solid and FancyStripedSatteens Ileiberger & Richard. meeting time. S Capt. J. N. Jones had his pocketbook .

: ; $? ',' Straw hats, 500 dozen, in prices Miss Eula lliers, from Worthington taken from his trouser pocketsone FLORIDA. : -
t'': :1'Fr efi) Saltings, Real anil Linen Chamorays, Nun's-Veiling, ranging from Truly 5c, to Sternburg$2, just receivedat & Co. visiting Springs friends., spent: Tuesday in town taken night therefrom.last week,A and careful$65 in watch cash .- -_.:......,. -{.--..._- -Rn -.IU------ -.-.- ______ ___ __-- -

,. 4 :; )Henriettas, Shle.( and.Suitings, etc., etc. 5O Bushels seed Peanuts for for sneak thieves is necessary in thistown \ ','
I ,
! Rev. R. B. J'rttiee, of the Presbyterian it WRQAN'S I : D. AZAAR' [ '
! :< wile by Walter Wills. seems. 1
: 'The Largest Die oft church u. ,
; expects soon to .
All kinds of drinks atIcacham' .
temperance Our most enterprising proprietorof -: -
leave that church.
: 't"Saccarappa' and Ameoska Ginghams ever brought South. A ", opposite post office. Starke'n mammoth dry goods emporium I Dealers inFancy _

Vq ... tut 'in! of ClIALLIES at 8 cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and CUSTOM MAUK; SHOES. County com niS81OIJeT court will Mr. N. J. Jones, has established -
not meet until; the first in I Goods and Fine :'
$; 1, -G1JIE.3, ; ETC. Ladies, we are now handling the Monday a tel phone line betweenhis Stationery
April, the 7th inst.
' : Hough & Ford perfect hiting shoe. store and residence. lie can now ,
" : OF 'l'his'line of band-sewed goods we Tax collector Hale will be in town measure his words by the yard, like School Books School Supplies :,
-4 JlfCWWren's Misses' and Ladles' Hose ever offered to the trade confidently assert are the finest shoes this afternoon for the last time before his velvets, and can have buckwheat .,

; ?: liin& .rke. Ladies' Ribbed Undervests in every" style. Parasols, ever handled in Starke. Give us a advertising time. cakes whenever he likes. Musical Instruments etc.,

' J: |.bi.JF nfS Gloves, etc. Brown and Bleached Cottons, Table Linens, call. Truby, Sternburg &Co. Hampton gets a rate on Rev A. W. Walker of. Westmini ter S. f : .

: : il-J'Nldrinf" Doylies, Towels and Towel! Crash, Summer Jeans and Cool drinks at Meacham's. $39 per car load I less than orangesof Starke.So C.. father' of friends Mr. H.and S.relatives Walker in Clf this Starke.cityis fI I Starks.. : Florda..
" visiting
'1i: 'I 4uonades.; Buy yonr cigars, cigarettes, tobacco much for the new road. -- '
i1i. and groceries at For Gents Furnishing! Goodsgo !
V* 1REST: AND BEST STOCK OF SHOES Alvarez &; Liddon. Dr. PowpII keeps 10 ducks in his to THE RACKET STOKE.Lawtej THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE
berry patch all the time. lIe
-; New straw hats at says Item.
1i IN THE CITY. they for the cutworms.
Truby, Sternburg & Co. go Our Mule village is getting along as

:It i ,% ... pleased and fitted. We are sole ngents for the world-renowned Finest butter and cheese, Hams, Next Tuesday is circuit court day well as CHH be. The strawberries are recovering OF THE STATE. -
::.1. from the recent cold and
t" spell -
U. Ii'li: 1e I JAMES: MEANS $2, $3 $-t Shoe. 'Shoulders at Walter: Wills. for this is before county.the: A very large docket in a short while we will be shipping berries .$.
: 1,; Potatoes:, cabbage, apples, etc., at HS lively as ever.

I'1flNELINE:; or CLOTHING GENTS' ftleacham's. Strawberries are beginning to A Urge company of btarke ladies paid JOBBERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

crates lower than ever I come in again. Soon shipping will our village a visit on Wednesday. They :
Strawberry drove about the town and seemed to he
) 7BNISHING GOODS Trunks and Valises. Saddles Bridles
.. Sternburg & Co. be resumed on a large scale.
at Truby, well pleased with what they saw. They ,.
t. 8 i -the best Wool Collars always on hand. Mumm's Extra Dry Champaigneand The G. S. & F. railroad now runs dined at the popular Bun in House.Mr. Always keep a full line of tjie latent style' in '

1: ;f UFANCY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of an kinds, HARD- Dublin Stout for sale by three regular trains! each- way daily Kcilinglon of Ohio. is making cx- i

. c ft WARE( and Fanning Implements, Crcckery, Tin and Glass Ware, Furm- Alvarez & Liddon. between Palatka and Macon. tcnsivu He wiil divide improvements a ,l.dv near of hind Burrin'into 5 mill.and Parlor and Bedroom suites, Sideboards E rd Chiffoniers.r

/ : d"'lnd Stoves, also sole agents for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING Just arrived a carload of Warsaw Kingsley! orange trees are in full 10-acre lets to suit pllr lulscr:!. He is a -
each at valuable ntldiii'ju to
crates. 35e our population.
: 2HINE works button holes buttons and does kind strawberry bloom. But little damage i is doneto :
: sews on every
Heltierger & Richard. Mr G. W. Jennings i is clearing up the CLARK &
fluey work, all for the same Pl'ice.as other machines. Immense line of gents' straw hats lakes.orange trees near the numerous best -acme trart/ of lnn'1 in the neighborhood IpFTUS, -
UD.! will plant it in st raw berries! this
: at Trilby, Sternburg & Co. "- I tall. Mr. Jennings knows how to make
Z Come Company
I will not be" undersold. the berries. 40 AXilYE.rr: BiT STREET .
discovered lime _
b a solid bed of rock.
. and examine my block. Mr. Urolshngen has removed the piazza "'..
-' J. W. Hodges. They will build a }kiln at once and from the !south side <'f hU ho'.ise. which is Jurre ;-

: : ways the BEST GOODS for( the least MONEY! Nice for sale by test, it. a great improvement. <; omleiice Solicited. Jacksonville, Florida. I
new buggies
Luwtcy is cot discouraged but will plantstrawber.ies .. ....
N. J. Jones. Quite a crowd will go to Jackson -
heavier than\ next '
I ducksin ville. Friday, to attend the Sub ever year. : Sdl You the Best Goods: for the Li-i>t Mone -, ..
Duck for sale. Keep -
eggs Tropical. It is Carolina day at the Gents" full dress shins at the ,
DRUG STORE your berry patches and destroythe UAUKIST STORE.'Ilir .
.... cut worms :and crickets. exposition. i I

: c SHIP YOUR Ileibergev & Richard. Phosphate prospectors are plentiful Siltirduy Ladle.morning at Klnsulejr after: much Lake.delay House : Furnishing : Goods ; of :: All : KindS : _. :'
in the land. :
Call and ne the new stock of Phosphate fails to f"'
and wuitizg.: ft paily of our ladies left .
shoes at J. W. Ilodgcf.J. cause: even a ripple of excitementany I I "
Starke for Kil1 sI.'Y! lake. The 1I' ruin? ;
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I "FRUIT and. VEGETABLES ,)J. W. Hodges is selling clothing, more. I. was perfect: an't c exclnwations) of delight: I I
hats notions;. and in fact everything
shoes, : The ('ountcl'rk'g office is one of were pr..rlls"l'r thc balsam UvJcu! air >

;g TO cheaper than he has ever the busiest places in town. The col.! nnd loviy flowers along the wj\ n..d 3latungs. Carpets and} Wiiu.'i.iv! ShaiU!>, Rugs :ami Mius. u..t'llinga- :

..'\ before. I I has been obliged to get a new clerk when the beautiful lake wag hi bight their Comfort, .Malirmvs.: : Crociary and: Tint; 1-, 1.onkiiig. 'Gises.
: :
Have u'icd't'.t Home flour? in Mr. .
L; you Levy.Pitching I admiration: knew no bounds. They droveto '

BARBER. MARTIN & Co i The sales are increasing every day.The 1 of horse shoes hbe. the reMik-nci- Mr*. R. Pucidy, where I .:.

J. L. GASKINS best: trade inc. it. For sale by come quite a popular amusement: they received: 1W.1I m and cordial welcome. :\- '
Willow Reed and
& Richard. Rattan Goods '
of all
i DEALER IJi Heiberger among,: the larger boys of our tour i The fii>t thing to do. in spite of Kinds

CHICAGO. Straw goods are cheaper this i visitors.! hunger was to visit the Like. A small

Drugs &: MedicineStarke -.. spring} than they have ever been. boy's hat fell into Ihe ,vaterand: I two of ATTENTION, TRA"W"BEUY-MEN: "
A colored :
woman knocked
Flat See the prices in this line of goodsat the ladies i-ssnycil: lit u-scue it. Upon suggestions Slip Fruitl1&J \rzvualhi.F .
References any Commercial Agency, Sternburg & Co. off the railroad track'TwxveenVal: your : t ttIMI t. .
: Tmby, nf the 'lhiT !ladies, decided
also & Richard, Starke. Fla. IJh)' lcians' Prescriptions i do and Hampton, Tuesday, and badly they ZT_ JPIEOIKZ::* *
Heiberger Carefully Compounded at nil four*-day orniyt The TELEGRAPH has no field agentat : injured. to embark in :a I.oltmo'.red; near by; they 3H: % :I'.bi, :!:,):, Stie.i. Ni- !. ('ituest .)-. 4.
present. Mr. T. M. Scott is no got the hut. niid! then the boat-sank. of references. I'msun ':K I.Ui.lw, piKtal cards: ami other
longer representing TKLEGRAPH. Just received the largest stock of It was now sink ur swim. wade rather.: information apply to n'. ., BALL.I nit. la-sal) Agt. 1

D. For faneyglas& ware go to the ladiis and misses hats in Stake.B. which upon the :t,1vicl'If hose on shore, sTAuu't;. FLA:
Tate Powell, M. U. D. MINER I RACKET STOKE. R. \\ Stkovski. they finally did. and like two Yenusvs! -

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Notice to ,\rIllHs.-50 bushels of I, The Bradford<< County Bank cashed rising from the wavrs. they reached. the '
for sale Haiioiys New'YorkFlorida Lines
seed cheap: by
between 800 and'1,000 dollars friendly Mrand umi.Ut much laughter.
: FLORIDA. Walter Wills. ,
; worth of strawberry checks a day After drying thi-mseixvs! and otherwise 4

-- Bargains in shoes at during the strawberry season. repairing: damages: received l tv "H Xj>- -in. i,?. ? M i i, ,? -
fill BANK
Truby, Sternhnrg f*
tune a foiced march for the house was
STAHKE FLOUIDA. Another, of wagons just! receh- Station Agent .1. If. Parker and next in order and theru was found u most Hew York Philadelphia Boston and all l
ed Truby, Sternburg & Co. wife have gone to Hronson for a ample }lunch w-'iich our ladies wet and points North.and b::. *
L Does a General Rankin hm Fxcbange bought al1.1 l sold on 1111 principal N. J. Jones'! mammoth dry goods charge of the station they found nut afterward. At 4 o'clock t Z'Ev ]{OltK, "ERY PHID.iY AT S P. ... :'t

United States! nnd emporium} is filled to overflowing they embarked for the return voyage: with --IRoN STEA.11DtS- --
of the
; with new spring goods, and prices Mr.\ F. M. Bunker has the tin roof a strong determination to lepctii the visit

:: Europe. WATCHMAKERAND never were lower than they are this nearly) completed on W. 11 Rivers'new soon. They reached homo twfme sun-set. RIO OR AN DE : ,'
Attended :
Collections Promptly house.!: :Mr. Bunker is first- feeling thnt the day hud been wet!! sputONE .
-- season. _ ____ a OK TIIE LAWKS.: .. CHplain Connor.STATE .
;;; class' workman and locate
:0118: BI1SIN ; Every purchase of 'J5 cents! entitm expects to iih
.J't: \Yitfln.;: : ; Ten Airll1: among us. The best assortment of fine flan
PiWt. ticket '
on ( TEXAS
J. M. SEIDLE, 1. you to a nell shirts at mime Hacket Iore.iiuuuJ.lde .. '
; N. W. HACKETT, Cas'r.: STARKE. FLA. I lox at Morgan's Kazar, post officebuilding. Dr. Scott bad on exhibition this Captain Williams. .

ClocJiS pecial attention and Jewelry.fiven&c.to. ic.repairing:All work Watche do: .. I ._ _ _ week a cassava: : root raised on his Sidings.V .
: BOARD OR ROOMS. at rrasoiisble pr'eep for cash DONT FOR'-JET that Truhy, place in the city that weighs 52 IhQ. \\nisbt had,u which nice rain was here mUl'hIt'edell.on lust .Saturday i City of San Antonio: : :

WANTED-A few Boarders on Sternburg &; Co. are headquartersfor : net weight. See article on cassava: CHptain 'VjJer.| ..

reasonable terms, or will let Rooms everything} the mercantile line. in another column. in The this orange trees there lire will U-jrinning be few lr bloom Sfo-uners loirn I'VriMivlin-i: ,r rival of tr.iln( loa? ng Jacksonville 9.3U ,. :t
so a
part oranges Trains .nhe Florid i e":1Tf"\ nin*l1l" CiHro-vi! from all> poinift south rrlTe
either furnished or unfnrnifhed.= tlA'Jm1 Please bear in mind that you will A party of pleasure: seekers went lure.Mr. in Keritandiiiii 7:00 pni. \Vodnetday,siuti 11:15 a.m., Thursdaymaking closecon- '1'

Call on or address<< find a complete assortment! of all to beautiful, Lake :Sampson: for a picnic Editor there was a mistake in last neciions.Steamori. ... "
: MRS. 1,'. B. JONES, gouds usually offered in a first-class Thursday. If want to week's Sunnvside items as to the value of stop at flrunswi.khu. only. and arrive in New York Mondays
FLA. yon Sunnyfcide. It said $3,000, when it should Passengers! arriving U'edncsduy evening will beukencare of aboard steamer .
STARKE, general store at'l1rLlby spend the clay pleasantly, just go to have been $30 000 at a cash value, so we '
& Co. SCHEDULE( FOR M.\n .'H
Sternburg ; Sampson.The hope to get a station soon because Sunny- :
i W. II. RIVERSDEJER Our stocks of clothing, gents'fuTnisiling tide is able to support onp. LEiTE NEW YORK. S-rUlCUS. WV&ha..cr
Miner canal ha: been cleanedout .... ..... .... ... ... l1u.
and shoes There will be several of strawberries Friday February 21 RIOORANOK.... .............. : .
: ,- IX"% goods are unusually lately and the Alligator creek acits Friday. February........... ....STATEOFTEJCA3.Friday. .. ... ._. ......Thidy.)
large: and complete. planted here this year. March".. ..........'..... ...P.IO UBANPK.............. .........ThumUyM taicn.rchl:*S
has also been cleaned out far .............. -
r.s : as James Friday March 14 STATE OP' TELtS------------------: archio '
:: Shoes Truby, Sternhurg & Co. There \VIIS a party at PhIilip'place FriJavMarch! : 21 .. .. _. ... R'.OORANDV:...... ............... Tbundaj; '
the ford. This will be -
a great helpto l kst Friday night. They said they ,.... ........... .... .Tbanday.lI&rda r.
: :Eats: 75; dozen of the celebrated (iuyot East Starke. would not pay! any more. !but they seem FridayMaroh} 23 STATE OFTEX\ ..... ....... r...... Tbur dxy,Aprt 8
( r general information nr>n'vni >
suspender: just received at Truby, I to think that church members hart right :91. lETtER. Agent.....We&tBa Street.JacUonri11e.I1&.
Clo"tn. ir1gI :btei: nburg &; Co., and offered at the I Every lady should have: a new hat. to dace or to participate in any of thisI G. U. IIV H BY, Ajent f ot Cenfcsr at FernanhuaF1s.

I unusually low price of 25 cents pel- Come and got 1:: them }before they :are I "i id's pleasure But no. it won't do C. II. }IALLORV&CO.ienornl Admits Pier 2O, E. B-, N. Y
: all (Going than'everat fi ul' church inemlHrrs to Uke: part; in any 1 .
pone. cheaper : ---
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Goods. -" -----
Gents' Furnishing pair.Strawberry B. R. Witko\>ki's.:; I such at 1'ii. for light has UII coimnun cu- -__r-- -_-- '-

i \DRY' GOODS & NOTIONS. This Space is re- You: I can save g-owers money: by buying Mr. Ed. Hi-sly: and family l spent i LiOn shou'd:with o.daiknos... iIrIPinit 1 !All of il.e such chilirh ir.eml-rs! at OI iDR.M.A.SIMMONS

served for the several in the this I oi'Ci-. and I they will! i\herever n church ia,
: days city week asguests !
crates at '
--2 your < in go'.ul( working order.j '! CCCFrEfJAVA&ROCHA .
".if, .:;;, Hating Just m-vivcil a lirg' ,sto l k "fbe Racket Storc.f Truby, Sternburg A Co. of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. J.l\'is. j ____ __ 4. 12. 16. S -laton.Beware Balms to-called, etc. All LyexUair ere lmit '! 1
"b ve pxxls. we ar prt-pin-il tl sup- received another lot of baby Thl'Y have gone to reside on their tioaso(this Ori:;:.nal JLIeHicice.put on -
> Give us a ('lIlIlIn,1 in- Just i i See the assostim'iit ot lamps at I the narUet long after It was er. -.bSb -
,.i( ,. ply: your "Dli. tNilitre.: carriages at Truly, Stei nburg & Co. orange grove at !Micanopy.} ; the JJACKirr S'ftItE. I I and sold oa Its rc-ct.-.twjn. 'Taka th-
_" 'ape:! our jriwils before Imyjnjr\ ,. I With and demand the otnf'xtM, w>IcI
: RIVERS & JOINER, We are offering! the South Side The TELEGRAPH has a new "devil"and An-- -old- -Storr.When --. I hu 1.0\1.,.autograph.n I pirturw c{CU. M.
to issue better I A.Simmons on\bdromt.\he.\ y4ontopof
a ..
,,,"1IxU' 8TAHKB: FLA.lli f Man'g: Co.'s 32 quart Gift crate at expects paper n mar. says;: he feels drowsy in \<:hbott1eand r=' ;: ,.t1t4t. .
I 133 cts. Thi is the btst: crate in the than ever. So send along your subscription I the spri'isf. I Uj-it lis* digest ion i is luid'and Mark HrgistCTcd, COD.S'n tIC )(ijir.
I market. Truby. Sternburg & Co. and dollar. I)os't be modest I thai hf don't fed welliieneraliy) he knows! Picture t nil "lIt\lpA ret u.Hu .*$ij. .
that he needs something i-.t give lone to I coFFEJ.rI
mERY.fU4 -it will! surely be accepted.Mr. ; .
E mm1't line of gents'furnishing I
The complete his system! ourify his htood? nnd put MEDICINEcured
\ ; goods in the city at : \Y m. N. Meacham: has put ina I his livc-r in proper$ condition ti> perform .
: TruhSH'rnhur. & Co. brand new soda fountain in )his i". the duties ofrpmic life I lie( goes to IIMI I ftiovs3tzU.10f47 7W COST1Y&"fSsOnnl'UAe tnIol'f. l
'- the phys.ti.iu v.-jilj I thi strae old vtory year BIc 1 Sick HEADACRX, Loop .r Amrrra
mid offeredvery store opposite post! office, and I
flouncing are :
Embroidery [i after \'cr and the \piiysician prescribea: 2 k Sovsi STOMACH. Lw SPuuta. rout'
can give you an ice cold soda cream, .lJIIEAT1a.1.COLIC,' lye.
by tonic and iIterative. The tonic in
I cheap > : .he a I PERFECT ART ALBDI CON- Dr.J.R.GrkTv.EiUlor of T* IJ./lld.
tana iMtinnhl3Tan
nor-t., I
SPEED ST-ABLF1 & Co. the delightful drink for only like his i U \'estrnorelaud's !
'l'rullySternburg_ {caw I J T.\INING) 24 BEAUTIFUL PIoTOGR. : ay :received a pack-: I
the for '('..nie. It 'ict.s the F ( .gacf TOHT Liver Ae.aadb..Mod|
5 cents-just! th'ng a cool l[ Kayn charmingly: on : S' f1 PHS REPRESENTING TEA
Cm, Surah ilk in all colors at II...,.. Lalfofit. It works lik..charm. I W2MaoberLieuItcr.sad
STREET. ? 6TAKICK:, FLA I I summer III I illk. Mr. Meachaui: has a t'. liver. :'uiiJrs; iho !h.IIIII! and strengthens: AND COFFEE CULTUSS: \':1tL .
i 'I'mubv( Sternburg & Co. the systi-m for its ii>.ily work. This gie-tt BE SENT OH P.ECEIPT OF YOUR AODSES3. oi Zcilia'a'inlxtart. certainly. -
vl. ID\'Ius, JI.,, I'-o large assortment! of cool drinks :and I : CHASE A S.tNaOk'f, n.JDor. .
""" y "') 1f'-J- medicitu Cnn Lu bought at druggists! II.r :: c.F.S--ouUcdiclrte, co.Piepv1
J ,4 The lartrestau'l the best! selectedstork is duly appreciated: by the 87 ERCAO ST.. BOSTON. SCLooUUo.ESTABLISHED.,
8ADDLB HOUSES t I peopK-' 75c and 1 a bottle.) ___ .; I :
i.- tint l CAKIM(5Kt5{ f. '
< 1tt'j: : 'tJ -- t
J bilk
of flowers ribbons and: lie is co'itmiially kept bu 'I
13. y Best Jeans Pants$1.38 at the I The aoove nnntil I itTfu fur .x-iie .,. :- -

I gauzes at B...R. Witkovski'p. upon his thiisly customers" ICACKKT STOKK. exclusively by Truby, Sternbmirg" (('<>, ..--. b -

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1'J. Chicago August CONTINENTAL
.- '. J1" It seems strange that any one will suffer '
18, 1881, twenty :years after It was originally !
b; :, -" "". t ed. This monument was the Pint Circulating Medium Made by the with boils, carbuncles,etc.,when Dr. Bull's .11M1I..L-'s .
propo all SUCh
T" -If.j> United States. Sarsaparilla will certainly prevent
.. and End of the Chicago Leonard.W. Yolk V the famous and safe Ir ,
designed by e erupt re tendencies. It is a sure -
V .4_ University. sculptor. Around the main abaft, The colonies had long been antidote for blood poison arising from what- ,
: _- !
with the practice of issuing paper moneyor when needed should -
and its
dver source, use -
@& which is 95 feet 9 inches high, surmounted bills of credit. When, therefore, the not be unnecessarily delayed. Thousandswho L.___ -. rI
by a heroic statue of.Stephen found extensively advertised blood zln I .
to Which Stephen A. seriotu trouble began brewing betweenthe ill ion
: Douglas'A. Douglas, gazing over the waters of medicines to have no efficacy whatever, are I dgwtt
;: ; to Chicago May Come-The colonies and the mother country it Bull's .. -
Lake Michigan are four allegorical rejoicing in the fact that Sarsaparilla oq 0 H
V Little Giant and Ills figures was natural that there should be a strong is an exception,and that good health invariably r1ti -V :

L .' Weighty Son. g representing Justice, History, feeling in favor of the old plan. New follows its tute. Syphilitic and scrofulous ,
't Eloquence and Illinois each on *separate symptoms disappear,'the skin becomes
York been the first
to have
seems colonyto
[ Chicago Correspondence.] pedestaL In has relief around the clear and free from pimples, the digestionis ((9 .fiOJtrd: ; I !
make a move in the way of issuing a improved, aches and pains cease, the _
VV t' name and fame of Stephen A. base are groups depicting the advance of the _-__- -.
becomes -
Continental paper currency, action to weight of the body greater S a. .1
The Twenty-fifth Reunion are closely identified with the civilization. The base is octagonal that end having been taken early in flesh more solid ulcerative and consumptive -
V feet in diameter. On side Is this In. tendencies disappear, the power of endurance -
t of the & and development of the State of I
1775. Among those who early advocated is increased,weakness,dizzy spells' \
OF THE REPUBLIC takes scripWion: "Stephen A. Douglas. Born I
and the of Tho .
city Chicago. issue of instead unnatural vanish in a word the _
an paper money by Congress, and fatigue I
V BOSTON NEXT AUGUST. Giant," who, born in 1813 in I April 23. 1813; died June 31861. 'Tell of by the colonies, was Governor user of SulTs Sarsaparilla becomes a picture ii p.'L' f Ij j
tors will number over a and early apprenticed to the my children to obay the laws and uphold of good health and strength.' Try it. >'
.) thousand and the occasion *" Morris, who sent a report on the subjectto '
the constituti on. Use no other.-Dayton Enquirer. Ill I
'" cabinet-making, was compelled where the I- .
IJ, memorable one in every A. Philadelphia, Congress was a ,
left CA
Douglas two
I Posts himself, always had a loving sons, TVa is Gambrinus to : -
throughout the then in session.: A committee to whom suppose it King
I.t. r are moving in the matter with struggling young men; Robert and Stephe n A., Jr. The latter the subject had been referred reportedin whom we hear occasional reference as "his C. .
has since 1879 mad e Chicago his home Leader. ? )
royal jags. Binghamton
UNIFORMING, and this by this feeling he was ( ,
favor of theplan "that tho Continental -
t the officers and members of and has, at different times, appeared in 11 V ,,, :
persuaded to contribute a portion Congress should strike the whole A MAS who owns a goat has only to earn 11r'
ti ,
R. POSTS is to call the role of politicis Unlike his father, 1(1(
possessions toward the foundation sum and apportionate the several sharesto his bread; he hashis butte for nothin. '."7' .
fact that our new G. A. R. who was a Democnat to the backbone Rochester Post. or _
4 in How he _
Chicago. ac the different colonies." With all the -
is ready and will be sent I _
Stephen is a. strong Republican.Born .
dress his wealth is a matter of his- young speed possible, the need of was CATARKH.

!'11 pleased on to application.take your order.We Ill health compelling him to give :November 3, 1850, in the family so great that, to buy powder money for the Catarrhal Deafnee.-BaT Ferer-A New I j'I .
home of his mother in North Carolina
trade for which his had c\ ....
' parents
Continental Congress resolved to Home Treatment. ,
G. W. !SIMMONS t him he studied law in Canan- he received a thorough education at not generally aware that
r'r' borrow 6,000: for the defense of America, are
Oak'Hall, Boston, N. Y., and in 1833 came West, Georgetown Collide, and subsequently the faith of the coloniesfor hese diseases are contagious, or that they fJ
,. W5LZ:Tall PLPU..,__wn.. supervised his mother's estate consisting pledging t.re due to the presence of living parasitesin f V /
at Jacksonville Ill. His tal repayment. In view of these facts, membrane of the nose and -
the lining I --
f se of several plantations in North / : / -
quickly recognized and ap it should be remembered that two kindsof eustachian tubes. Microscopic research f/J VV
: .4' the of Carolina, Mississippi however, has proved this to oe a fact, andthe ,
' by progressive people had been used in the colonies.
and Texas. money result of this discovery is that a simple \ 1
; -V 1 11 _
who made him
Attorney-Gener had the improvedmethod I
Pennsylvania adopted formulated whereby
. In before remedy has been ___ '
I he had reached the age of 1870 which was to limit a certain Catarrh, Hay Fever and Catarrhal Deafness ;
'''. at was twenty years t cured in from one to three o
V time are permanently
i amount of paper for a given say / t.t
r L old, he was made applications made at home by the
_ simple .
he was elected Secretary of ten years, at the expiration of which in two weeks.N. -w.- r-'
; So and in 1841 was appointed Judge //> chairman of a period it was all 'redeemed. The other patient. B.-This once treatment is not a snuff or anointment __ .- 'ir !

Sl State Supreme Court. Two years ((i fc I Republican..ooun.rty kind of paper was issued by a colony, ; both have been discarded by -r V : .1
entered Congress, where he -.-' delegation to r upon the pledge of certain taxes, which reputable physicians as injurious. A pamphlet ,;j;
is sent I.
l explaining this new treatment on f
conspicuous for his views '- conven were considered sufficient to redeem it receipt of three cents in stamps to pay 'tQt.z. -

so sh Oregon boundary question and 1 and subse within a specified 'time. This method postage by A. H. Dixon &: Son, cor. of John .__ :;4

advocacy of the annexation ,... became had longer been employed by the Col- and King Street, Toronto, Canada.-CArwttan ,. '..
In 1853 he became noted editor-in-chief: of onies. In fact, nowhere but in Pennsylvania Advocate. 'J
8TEPRn A. DOUGLAS, JR. the Raleigh Sufferers from Catarrhal troubles should '
the world as the author of I had the issue of papermone been

'.. ',i for the organization of the Ter- Standard, the organ of the Republican V satisfactory. On the subject of the first carefully read the. abo.e.tirs p GONE DOWN WITH ALL HANDS. '.-. t :.

1 < IF of Kansas and :Nebraska, which, party in. :North Carolina. In the same issue here is what Prof. Bolles says: letter killeth, but the telegram is When we read such an announcement as this it sends a thrill of horror :

.',. known, brought about a revo- year he was appointed Adjutant-General "The bill passed by Congress, authorizing fifty per cent worse for people with weak through our very being. And yet the number of live lost by accidents at sea

4 V ,,,6 In the political parties of the of the State, and in 1872 became a the first issue of bills of credit, certainly hearts.-Burlington-- -_ Free-a Press.. are very few compared to the number which are sacrificed to single diseases on -

ONE States and played a most impor- Presidential elector. Four :years later encountered the opposition of TOM model husbands are the men who land. Take Consumption. Statistics show that twenty per ornt. of all deathsare

Both the method and In bringing the slavery ques- the party honored him again in a simi Franklin, for he wrote to Samuel Cooper never marr.r.-Fond du Lac Reporter. due to thi3 fatal malady. It would be easier to reconcile ourselves to the
V p. fearful if there But there is. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Syrup of Figs is taken it is a crisis. In 1852 and again in lar way. that he took all the pains he could in HARK! to the sound of fact were no remedy.
; walls!
humanity's has cured thousands and them whom the doctors
at in 1879 he Discovery among many
unsuccessful candidate Arriving Chicago began their Millions of people with aches and with ails.
.. and refreshing to the taste, was an the of law, and was, the following I Congress to prevent depreciation, Headaches and humors a merciless flood have given up to die. If seeing is believing, then the thousands of living witnesses V
Presidency two blows from by proposing that the bills should bear Weakness of lungs and disorder of blood.
kind convince'the most
Kently to its marvelous in of this ought
yet promptly on Jhe elected in with the Yet there's a helper that certainly efficacy, cases ,
.. : saves.
company *
Liver and Bowels cleanses he never entirely recovered and interest. However divergentwere Thousan is of people from premature graves. skeptical. According to all medical authorities, Consumption la Scrofula affect-
a tern probably; led to his premature famous Lon g John Wentworth, a Grant the views of delegates upon the The remedy is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical ing the lung tissues, and for Scrofula in all its myriad manifestations no remedyhas

effectually, dispels colds 1861. delegate, to the Republican :National question of issuing paper money or the Discovery. It cures coughs, relieves ever been found to equal th"Golden Medical Discovery." Hence, It'has

aches and fevers and cures at the height of his political convention, from which the two men modo of issuing it, Congress declared asthma.blood, heals checks bronchitis, purifies the become famous as a remedy for Consumption. If afflicted do not put off its usa

V constipation., Syrup of and while being in the regular receipt mentioned, together with sixteen othei near the end of June (June 22, and is sores without, eruptions a rival and for all unsightlypimples the ills until too late. For all lingering coughs, the "Golden Medical Discovery" is

only remedy of.its kind of a large Illinois delegates of the same faction, 1.7'51)!)) to issue bills of credit that spring from a disordered liver. All absolutely unequaled as a remecl'y.For V

duced, pleasing to the taste derived were expelled. Since that time young not exceeding two million Spanish druggists. Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short Breath.Consumptive Nightrsweats,
his e and kindred affections it all other medicines. It is guaranteed to ..
Douglas .devoted political surpasses
ceptable to the stomach, : talents to stump-speaking, but has not: milled dollars pledging the faithof DON'T hawk, and blow, and spit but use benefit or cure, if taken in time and given a fair trial, in all diseases for which ;
its action and the confederate colonies for their re Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Of druggists.
truly spec- succeeded in securing a reward for .. it is recommended, or the money paid for it will be promptly returned.
effects prepared only from the yet demption. This was the plan recommended WORLD'S DISPEXSART MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Proprietors, No. 663 Maw
his labors. Of personal the QTEER, isn't it, that a politician should' ,
healthy and agreeable was by the committee of the New absorb liquids to make himself solid with Street, Buffalo, N. Y. '
of the Giant has
.-S its excellent visited namesake no I York Assembly, and it received the support the boys I-Washington Capital.Consumption ,
V many I Dr. J., reason to be proud, unless he might of the delegates who representedthat p -
mend it to all and have \ admirer Surely Cured.
to of
'I happen run across an
the most Sr\ h s., and of colony in Congress. The next day To THE EDITOR:-Please inform O B.EJ:) for an Incnrmble-caao
short stature a your
popular remedy i mass adipose!
promi some minor matters respecting the bills readers that I have :., $500 MBMBMIMMB* C.terch in the Head by
a positive remedy for ,
Syrup 01 Figs is for sale I tissue. Vulgarly speaking, Stephen A. were settled, and a committee, consisting the abtila oo disease. By its timely the proprietors of DR. SAGE' CATARRH REMEDY*'* ;

V and 1 bottles by all Jeadin of! Douglas Jr., is fat, so fat in fact that of John Adams, John Rut ledge, use thousands of hopeless cases have been J4 8YHFTOMS OF CATAmH.-Hendcho, obstruction of nose. dtocbarje* .
his have hard work to out permanently cured. I shall be glad to send V ,_'. falling into throat, sometime profuse wat and acrid,at others, thick,
gists. Any reliable r at his eyes peep t James Duane, Benjamin Franklin and two bottles of : tenacious,mucous,pulet bloody, offensive; eyes weak ringIny <
not have it hand 1 into tho world. lie has, however a James my remedy FREE to any ofyour ; in breath; smell and tosto ad general ,
Wilson defne
may on I were appointed to en- readers who have consumption if they eaT of Imp
D few these symptoms likely to once. ;
and has inherited
p cure it promptly for any / The : great name some offather's grave tlue plate, procure the paper, and I will send me their express and post-offico Dr.Sage's c debity.wort cases. Only 5 cants. Sold by druggists,everywhere AP
: his eloquence, so that what nature for address. Respectfully, T.-A. SLOCCM; M. C.,
wishes to try it.. Do not : doctor ; I arrange printing the notes. Franklin 131 carl -
has denied him is more than bal- I street. New York.
substitute. J laid his plans; i was more familiar with this work .

any for a universityin i anced by what his ancestry has given than any other member, asho had printed A BREACH-of-promise s.uit\ begins with one

CALIFORNIA FIG DOUGLAS. Chicago be him. par money for the Colony of Now of the parties being non-suited by the other.Bingnamton ISO'S CURE FOW

., SAN FRANCISCO CAL. Douglas, who at that time I I The namo of Douglas will forever be I Jersey and devised the first copper-plato Republican. -

.LOUISVILLE. KY.- NEW a large tract of land fronting on I honored in Chicago, and, for that matter press for printinj the hills. The first IF you are suffering e from Malaria ask I Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physician*: ',

------------.. Grove avenue, near Lake Michi I throughout the West. Still it is to I Con.tinental bills were of several denominations your druggist for ShaUenberger's: Antidote Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to theeit' .,.
have be regretted that tho grand gift of a for :Malaria. If he don't taste. Children objection. By druggists.
If yon Dr. Burroughs was anxious to... from one to twenty dollars, and have it and tells
I institution placed under Bap. great man to the cause of American edu- in form as follows: you I U tl.tt he him has, but something send just as good, don't be- CON SU M
COLD or cation is to be parceled out among real- one dollar io Dr. A.:T. PT I O IS!
but to this Douglas object I "Continental Currency. bhallenberger, Rochester, Penn'a, and get
acute or leading to estate speculators and that where once the Antidote maiL
V I months later however he re No. Dollars. by A few doses will retore -
was a seatof learning;: may in a few months s you to perfect health. The Medicine _
and the This bill the' *
from his position gave stand two or three beer saloons and entitles bearer to receive 13 in the form Of Dills. but n_ "is" n.itive. ---- a- rmr." '''''_ ..- ___ I .
Dr. Burroughs individually gin- Spanished milled dollars, or tho t It not only destroys Malaria, but'b 13 gSTABL.lSHEP 565L'OUlTDu -
l'roprl'1 understanding that the board I shops. But then the ways of Providenceare value thereof in gold or silver, accord- an excellent tonic. .

I SCOTT'S i of the university should bo inscrutable is useless, and kicking against. the ing to the resolutions of Congress: held THE professional wrestler- has a good .: MDHfS
pricks a occupation.G.
of no more than a majority of r at Philadelphia on tho 10th day of May.A. many turning points in his career.-Philadelphia !

of the Baptist denomination. W. WEIPPIEKT. D., 1775."-Chicago Inter Ocean. Inquirer. a vi-r"! .:, ,;,> .,..,

Burroughs then raised subscrip; HE SAID "NO." FR WAG"E-W-ORKEHS.: "I HAVE: been occasionally troubled with 'A p
to $225,000 and in 1S59 Coughs, and in each case hate used oTH afiBIWASHWCTONOX

of the grand, but scarcely A Senator Who Had the Courage of ITU I They Are Discontented and Ready for a BBOWS'S BRONCHIAL: TROCHES, which have JE al AV
---. OF PUKE COD structure, a picture of which Conviction Change of (;(,\'prnrnent. never failed, and I must say'they are second -

AND (' this article was begun There are few men in public life who There are some capitalists, too, who Cashier to none, tt.: in Paul the Minn.world."-Felix A. May.> sslLs

OF LIME AND SODA the prime mover in the have tho courage to say "No" when nave been just enough or wise enoughto P TO LIFE

( :XS: 6TTXU3 OTJTU3 FO was elected president of the called upon to do improper things. care for the interests of their work- Inisn waiters on the lookout for a quarter -OrER ;

(f ting This proi-ertles preparation of contains the ,the and established as high a Hence it is worthy of note when a states men. Indeed, profit-sharing or indus- presumably burgh Chronicle.hail from Til'perary.-Pitt.s-. ro PNS RCNKRCD ASWTHC jtovnjv or!{

3 and flue Xurtrefftan Cod Liver of study as that pursued in the man can be found who deliberately and I : trial partnerships have been more fully 100.T "MOES} INYVmOEMOJoITvW.TDiTSREJSC1D

F 3 by r>li-rIclans nil the world over. universities. positively refuses to indorse a person or I developed in France than in, any other 1 KNOW: the composition of, and have prescribed 1'e'I PgA ApcUwtoIsS PQULflTED.AtLeUSSRELA11IG
I j>ala table as mil It. Threo times I
Bull's Sarsaparilla, and believe it BRADFIELD n MrsmnsAtt wans woHraaniMa
C cious as i>lalu Cod Liver OUr A people however, suffering from scheme which his judgment indicates I country. Most people are familiar now an excellent preparation for SILO fYAU. cvvaSrj '

C all Emulsion.forms ot liKter Waiting than Di all.aa others.et, of the financial de- should not receive his assistance. A with the story of Leclaire and of the alterative effect upon the system.producing I consider an- I SEND STAMP FOR PAMPHLET'

of '.")7 and '58, and tho civil: young man from Missouri was in Washington familittere at Guise, duo to tho benevo- it the best article of Sarsaparilla. in use.

C01t"SU % unable to support the col seeking an important consulate. lent and untiring energy of tho late M. -a
Scrofula and as a Flesh WHES: a man is under a cloud the silver
at tho closo of Dr. Burroughs' His indorsements were excellent, but t Godin. The founders of the Bon Marcho: l lining is
V generally on the other side.-Phil-
there is like tI
V nothing 8COTT8 : in 1878, the property he kept adding to them whenever he M. and Madame Boucicaut, both now adelpbia Press.Flags DO YOUWANT =
It li sold by all Druggists. Let .
i l>mfuso explanation or Irapudont to tho Union Mutual could do so. One: day he called upon dead, are also to bo reckoned in this

induce you to accept a substitute. to the amount Senator Plumb, of Kansas, with whom little band, as'also is tho respectedname ; Who Supplies Flags for Schools? : MONEY ? _
; ._---_......._.......----......... Company of Laroche-JouberL They are mostly sold by (}. W. Simmons
hundred thousand dollars. Dr. ho was slightly acquainted, and re- This benevolent & Co., Oak Hall, Boston Mass., at special

ELY'S I was succeeded in tin presi- q tested recommendation. The Senator action can never of itself solve tho rates. Enquiries are sent to them from all Do you owe some one, =

in frank earnest industrial problem, but it is an indication parts of the country. ;
brusque, fashion or have a
\ I CBEAMJALMI immediately repli ed: of what may be done even underour TDB amanuensis seconds his employer's J you mortgage l lJ !cCom! Clod Crusher and Soil Pnlierizer.!

"I won't indorse you, but I will de present social system. efforts by making a minute of his remarks. -7 J coming due that you can't R. O. CRAIG .C ME3P1.'TE .
evferedfrom calarrh THIS HUB
12 yean. The feat you for the appointment if I can do The discontent of the working-men is -Hotel Gazette. aWmx 2JpayVhy not earn what = ISo ..

ao. I am sent heee by the State of increased, especially in Paris, by the
you think children have
I r. throat dropping were fntp/naiueating. / the- Kansas, and it is my duty to represent t cost of living. Rents in Pans aro abnormally worms, ask your druggist your for Dr. Bull's you need by acting a our I CURE FITS V

3/j/nose Lied oltnoot that State. Hundreds of people from high.I have examined into other.Worm Destroyers ana do not take any 27 special agent for a while? g
the : They taste good and are always sure. Wen I say I do not mean
relative to
cost of livingin Paris and enr stop
datfjSince I other States have como to me for my recommendation -' .1Ve offer a splendid paying ald thel haT.them rful mer alD th.n a
i a.
/rstdaj/? use ofdftCream I and I say "No" to all ofth London for working-men, and I shouldbe THX: human race Is run on tile course ot LEKJYorKAIiniQSICKSESSalUe-Ioni.tndT.Yii nd..1 cure. have made ?

I Balm have had 5tn. You are from Missouri and you inclined to say that in Londona !true love, as a general thing.-Texas Sift- i business that can be attended rout Others my ha,remedy.fofled Is Co DO cur the fumeS worst eaa

V : must depend Missouri\ working-man can probably live JQp. '] cure. Send a'once for n&D now
no Llcfdtng, eartnetiit upon your p to evenings or off days. my tcats.and a me 'ottis 0
entirely gone. IXO. friends to help you. There are several and maintain his family on three- $300: PBIZES-Case School of Applied 1, = U lafallble- .w.dT.!C._ 155 Peon zxtrPs 5treet.w and Post-OMe

Darfctam, with CHICAGO -VSIVEKSITV. Kansas men who want just such a placeas fourths of the amount expended by tho Science offers five ?300 prizes on entrance If you really want to make Uo r.ra..wy.7_ T..1

Barton Budgtt.Ocent HA .'FE that for which you are applying. I Parisian workman. The uniform ten- examination. For particulars address Presi enough to
dent Stale Cleveland money J'I
pay I
O. your
Lemuel Moss ioii
Rev. L.
I ApartIt'eI..ppfle Into .ac nostril by shall not jeopardize tieir chances by dency of all great cities toovor-crowding i
bIe. by and Rev. Galushf An __ debts offer L I $L $2 *3 Si d
*. ELY IRuTi1E3 arrea st. : Aborncthy : indorsing you. On the contrary I shall in highly-rented tenements pre'ailshere "SHORT" speech-"Lend me a quarter we you the I

but none of them succeeded in: do all that I can to holp the people of in such districts as Montmartre, till to-morrow.-Pittsburgh. Chronicle. 41 chance. A real wide awake CANDY I Yo our Bo i
the financial load. Finally I Menilmontant and St" Ouen. And if = 10t : Pars
my own State, and if can defeat you the MCST not be I !?
\ confounded with common cathartic i man or will
abandoned, and the woman take T AND
was Kansas to that workman goes farther out into tho suburbs C.aw
and get a man appointed or purgative pills. Carter's Little Liv- I Purup.
.. passed into the hands of the place you may rest assured that I shall I he is farther from his work, and r Pills arc-entirely unlike them in every re- .advantage of the chance. FLOYD MOONEY MEMPHI..14,

Life Insurance Company do so." has to meet his daily train or street-car sect One trial will prove their superiority.I I a... .

t To euro BlUonsnesg. Sick Headache. are now engaged in tearing The young man was astounded but expenditure, while he is cut off to a Lon is"-a-species -of intoxication- that 2] CCKTIS PUBLISHING Co.. FITS'Bwtort r. wAr-gz.MA4I ftouantly. Tte e..
4 Malaria, LITer Complaint, take historical: college building. being bright, intelligent and experienced large extent from those amusements swells the heart instead of the head.-Boston Fhbde1 a.Pa.THE T O *ntl,c.*,.'ITS-TITM-ITS.and P
I and certain remedy a charitable work, which should in affairs, ho appreciated tho sit without which he would not regard life Courier. F I | O trtedBook Boot Barks Fals.t Send bldl

I BILE' perpetuated in the the hearts memory of uation and said: as worth living. So altogether one seesa DOX'T p-Wheeze and-a cough when Hale's f\ \ F ITS *"'.treatment OD rf I.4 U on.W1V.&L..AV montka'ans.Q

A. Douglas "You are right, Senator Plumb. You very unsatisfactory picture of artisan Honey of Horehound and Tar will cure. -sAaJ.I.nli .., _c..O 1
,stern' people, was wrecked by life I'iko's Toothache Cure in DINGEE & CONARD CO.'S r. J
Vm the SMALL BIZR little are right. But :you aro the first man in ; and when one extends the views to Drops one minute.
i. tie). They are tbe mod convenient: vicissitudes of a war either branch of Congress who has sa.id'So' tho miners of Anzin and Iecazeille, thoweav'rs a S75.nntS250.nn Xn can be
rriceot either site. 26 cent*per bottle. he had so earnestly derirod I to FOR the few who have sworn off thereare NEW BOOK el ROSES lerred who can .workl.lfora.Pero.pr.
KISSING at 7I7. 70: to me, and you have surprised me.I Lyons the cotton-spinner many who are swearing right 00.- I time t the bum.8pa"momenta aTe
panel iiio of this and had it not been for tho like you, and if you beat me in this of Elbn'uf: the picture is not bright."Don't Hutchinson (Kan.) News. FLOWERS! HARDY PLANTS, mploysd A few vacancies 1 towns b.sod Proetably ettieu.
ccuu Ccoi>por or etamps). BULBS and B. F.JOHNSON .
matter I shall emigrate from Missourito never prophesy unless you _1. o C.'1all JD Va
j. F. SMITh A NEVER fail to T r.
; curo sick headache
often to all who We offer _
Maker of Bile I such Senatorto know, is a sound rule. I shall FREE POSTPAID ,
Beam SU Kansas. want just a not, the very first dose. This is what is said by write .\0ftt DOOU. ...
represent me as you are." therefore, say what will or will not take all who try Carter's Little Liver Pills. Ie Choice Eyer-BloiD -Roes.h..l, ala...td' LA GRIPPE OR RUSSIAN

place, farther than this: That if tho I Choice Eyel.Bloomlnj Itoee all If'I.o... INFLUENZA
t A MAN may not go VtO I BeAt kinas.Iabclej.... C. be .
of Ills Interest.Bagley republic not will prayer-meeting, but each.10 I ar THE .KO.KO TULU'STANLEY
The Cause can or not address itself influenza\rtll bring him to Ilia sneeze.a 2 ChoIe pkt Tars.t.}.lowerSt.r Colleen .. IS& .
-See how interested Judge to the labor problem the republic -- Wrt. to'ar a for See &ly Garden 100
Tutt's UI' S; Iustrate NEW AQENTS* Tl-TtD
Tooley is in the play. will fall. The French workers, I am The best cough medicine is Piso's Cure &hve.nwpl.te LOWER&s.ore.of t. d"rb.the -Only QenulDS 21 ST1VLCTBUSINESSCOLLEiE for the

'Bailey-Well, if any one is interestedin convinced, will prefer soire kind of for Consumption. Sold: everywhere. 25c.: DIN:GEl I COWAR CO.t.. Box orb.r 25, Adlrenr I and z Pctaqe' Africa.. tra Sal"Will,Ef.No Cl V
3 tI the performance he ought to be. "strong government," which will address TRUE charity--raising-the-wind for 7"" for'peia facts&RZITOaSCAL.Pre. Co pallo..Sa &ws
cyclone Li J.
SAVES ......... Bagley-Why, did he write the play? itself to the interests of labor, sufferers.-Courier-Journal. F. OZANNE & CO., i U. S CIVIL SERVlar HoW g.t a Govern' V5
Bailey No, but seven of the ladies in rather than keep up tho mere form of a a- S lady me8t. Clerk.hlp "ariD1 t a
One box of these pill. will I the company graduated from his divorcecourt. republic, under which "liberty, equality Ask your--dealer-for-"Tansill's Punch" TOVES -HOUSE- Wnrk .eo&bk of full Cl.rk partcla"plnte cent.mOlnb. .
dollar. In doctor's bill.. .- udge.A fraternity," are empty words.-Wil 5 FURNISHING lre.C. WaD. "
Tax undertaker's
favorite GOODS. trITr.M"I
perlalljr prepared a.. a Ham Clark, M: A., in N. Magazine. boxing.Yenowine News. exercise is Lamp. Oils. Grate. Refrlceratar 1
f Fortune Oat of Her Piano. _. 4-ntlerjr and s GrDUewa Pnz3To9.L1o.ps1.V

Family "And Minnie has made a fortune out A Curiosity of('oiiiage. oreM W"CE of Q.tLVAYizEiIRONyAR and J&P.tEI, r. PATENTS lOI rJ.L Adireis "

and supplies a want Ions felt. of her piano-playing. How did she d Cit Tho word guinea owes its origin to a Steady ProgressHas Send( t&le Catalogue and and Kactorr.PrIce 18 1 Second Street: : := .
List and
move unhealthy so quickly?" peculiar circumstance. In tho year city call on os. HEUPllt, IS.D .."Je'

the body without and nausea old. "She practiced piano so much that her 1666 Sir II. Holmes, a highly distinguished baracterized Hood's Sar.-aparilla ever s nee it UJ rB p.nK. 7 We TE XESE
Adapted to young Admiral was placed before the public. Wherever Introduced 1 ,
having contributed
SOLD uncle committed suicide" aud she was the total discomfiture of the Dutch, under to- Its sales have grown from Tear to year until SAVE FROM ((0 TO 15 PER CENT. BY JEI_ TEU..Wiji
his heir, you know. -Epoch. now It is tbe most popular and most successful "UK eJ.a b.atlfnl1me.
Do Ruyter, was sent with a strong medicine offered. Any druggist will confirm this TO

\ She Acknowledged Her Ignorance. division of the victorious fleet to the statement. Tbe secret of this success lies in the 5 COPIES0f.Popular NoT-.rKJCX*3"! to snx
.ntelor box
one of
.- :Mrs. Gullible-Do you know, dear coast or Holland, where he had the good fact that Hood's Sareaparilla is medicine of mer, Cci. J *': -'.-A. BAl.VE Add. .

.. lt John is just as boyish in his feelings a; fortune to capture or destroy, in Schel- It does actually accomplish. all that is claimed for it CiR 11.. TVUI*run.Pbarmacist.J LnTI RK.
and when given fair trial is reasonably certain to
he ever was. ling Roads 160 rich merchant ships, be of benefit. g I ."CENTS IXPLOgIT1ONiI

IP I Mrs. Kawler-Indeed? valted at about five million dollars part N.B.-Besure to getHood's GLSS TIA WANTED STANLEY'S Itrles. (

THADK | f ;_ Mrs. Gullible-Yes; why, it was only of which being freighted with bullion U. raw I So. SwIUrB*. _allbl C e."k-1

last :I heard him talking in hi 11 and dust from Sarsaparilla! run..1,wn.
:KILL=> ALL PAIN 25 c A .........- $ night gold Cape Coast Castle, an $5 to $8 a day. Samj-les worth $.U .
..; sleep about seeing the elephant. Th African settlement belonging to the IT I"tSED 7 I FKrilT. Lines not Pndprhorse'fee Write
.*)ld by all druzgists. $1; six for 15. Prepared DIU"s aU"TU aUnt& u .
Dr.ufl'1COU9h dear fellow has doubtless been to th This rich only I CHILk ., &UG c. .1
Ri XK>UOU)8) MO L'YEXT. enemy. prize was soon after IT C.1.HOOD&CO..Apothecaries Lowell.Mass. Tod of JD i trSo T & ..
circus.-Lawrence American.The coined into "Om. S. 4._ I
pieces U
efforts of his countless ad -and acquired tho of (IOO Doses One DollarATLAS lr a Ue bt sod MOUTH 0.9. CKU'Tacba.say -t PUY
name Guineawith I I te lap,..J.'s Fo I 11 aIis. l"o .
nothing in the shape of a last Horrid Thins reference to tho country from which it I sad Ckudb.5 daI ( = wante Jlulc. Vo..Detrott..iJ

would remain to remind Miss\ Adipose-I think the gentlemen' was derived.-N. Y. Ledger.A PntleT BOILERS.: Steam"HATTIXO.I TMS LADUO Ip'.ro By Diiij.. I _1.f rA ,.

iieVCF CaU. to e.. generations of one of the great in New York are very polite. Three ol Jackson 1flUPtIPtOUiVtC: Plantae Pnmp DIS ALL Cut JTIIS rOD I o U.t.. WffLIUCU i I HOME Ir'* Book-keopia5P.n.ow.blp.Ar. H
'. jWIUET flri2s Western statesmen. County (Mo.) man issuing tion llU.and 8teambootCHICKASAWl"ehlteerura.IROX aJgk.U:rH PUI& ___ Par. J melo. ShorhaDd..t:thoronf hli
II.Je.rtIliI&; t. them got up to give me a seat it the car for a divorce from the woman howeddt.tl WURK.. I b'"LM1.>"?n.L&fr.Bay'e rLv B acb Ij
bd Fretted uv-s'z THU Jr.
lUlDp. to the efforts of these m,
men '
thirt -i ht .
.AT pBrocl8W. to-day. ? ('hl'S a;o. He :aj3 WAT STRONG. 7
(' a grand monument, which cost; Miss And his wife raa-lc him do ROHWORKs. ATORXE : :
CO. Boney- you took all thre" 'he washing and I1L I6 .3 jan Strt' LA'V, I -A 'K. ;
-= 9iL24.kI; ;: tho ground about it, Q7OOO, was I presume?-Lifa. the general house\\ork. om i. RANDLEkj.aL : : 8P.CIL ATTEXTlO IEPI18. V___ 1a.
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