Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00232
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00232
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:...... .... ?1 eoBIJIIObu.l. with her But she walked the TIMBER.
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shut the
, r in lubecriptlong must be paid invariably in ,valor and glory wed." doe, bleed t piano. Furniture Made From Walnut That
in favor of I, doesn't it? remarked little piece of sponge fastened to a.sticis Uncle Rufus Hatch was a fireman 01 Ske
discrimination anyd "Iorhapi you prepared me a
r to
\ .druce.,*. 'Prithee, a ballad." exclaimed the knleht-.. I Sara, cool and malicious. "That does well? she said. "We will not speak of a.good thing with which t clean lamp the Boston & Maine railway when hp For Four-Stone Year
. all matters of local "Prowess, adventure : '' Some of the of this
ymmunlcations upon surprise
cabinetmake .
and faith unite." me somewhat! it chimneys. was a young man, and in 1851 was a
':;i< 'ftt..,....solicited from all parts of the county. In the again. Mr. Hyde has nothing to com and other cities are making furnitureout
III. -An ode to next second she collapsed into Whipped-Cream Sauce.-Whip a pint member of the corps of engineers that
'f freedom the patriot cried- plain of! nor have I How it rains! 1 of walnut that has been under water
!== : "Liberty won and wrong defied." an unexpected bunch of blue foulard and hope the sashes are locked all over the of rich cream, beat the whites of twc did the first day's railroad work in Wi
for more than three-quarters a cen- _
:i SECRET SOCIETIES. "Give flaxen fluff upon tho "white work," and house." eggs stiff, add them to the cream and consin. *
drama. the scholar asked Lumbermen will tell
:- "The Inner world in the outer w ..skl'tl. .urying her tearful face in Lucy's fichu, A year later there was a wedding at sweeten to suit the taste. -A family at West Bethel, Me., consists tury.water-seasoned timber makes you ta.
k.Atk ": "cogged her to "forgive her for -Before attempting to seed raisins, of antI
all of
the which Dan Hyde was the bridegroom.Among a couple eighty-five
be exacted .
Meetsev'ryTuest "Frame mo a sonnet," the artist lumber, but it would hardly ,
prayed despicably abominable things she had cover them with hot water and let them of respectively, who
the first to follow the eighty years age
and congratulatory -
) day night at Odd passion In harmony played." said." even in filling an order for especially
stand fifteen minutes. The seeds
when can live alone and do most of their work. .
the was
rela1\\es ceremony fine furniture that the logs of which isis
'\ Follows' Hall. SIng leA lark me a lyric," the maiden sighed Lucy fondled her silently, as she mighta over,came twin-sisters. Sara leaned then be removed easily, without a particle But they do not lack for music or excitement made shall have in water

.. & Transient brothers cordially invited to note waking the morning wide." hurt kitten or frightened rabbit. upon the arm of her lately-wedded husband of waste. -they keep fifteen pet cats. seventy-nine soake an order,

: % tt.en& L. C. HULL, Noble Grand. "Nay, all too long," said the busy age "1 know you don't mean all you say, as arch and piquant as ever. Lucywas Fried Salt-Pork.--Slice- cold cooked -Ir Angelo Kusconi said. to b onE however, could year be filled by Indianapolis .

, ,J'F..J. FIELDS, Sec'y. P. O. Box 41.i" "Write me a line instead of a page" dear," she said with unmoved gentleness. in the escort of a perfunctory usher, salt-pork about a half-inch thick, roll i of the richest women in Kentucky, was -
.' .. The swift year spoke, the poet heard. "And it is awkwardness, not ingratitude who was slightly afraid of her. in cracker-dust- finely-sifted crumbs, or recently frightened to death by an alleged lumbren representative of one of the millers .

J ,I, "lour poem write in a single word." that makes mo seem un "I congratulate you, Mr. Hyde! she ndian meal, and fry it like fritters, in ghost in a store at Bellevue. Close and lumbermen of this is 'stationed
city .
Improved Order of Red:Men.
'i le looked in thenaiden'a. gracious. I am not quick of speech, as said, in her low, rich monotone, lookinghim plenty of smoking-hot fat.-Household inspection proved the ghostly visitor to'. at Reelfoot Lake, Western Tennessee

:' Oscelo) Tribe No. 1, Florida Council A moment glanced at the starlit glowing skies eyes, you are. Or of wits, either, for that directly in the eyes. She could not Monthly.To b a reflection from an electric lightsome He has a lease on several thousand acres
: kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at ; matter. You must bear with curry chicken, first brown a
: .1 flres can'tbe say less. She never wasted words. slc distance away. of timber land fronting the lake. But
; From the lights below! to the lights above, cured. of onion in a small of butter; a
Wigwam, Starke"Fla. A Now piece
ikeir And wrote the one word England man whom his best -Dr. Oliver Wendel Holmes Rev. all the millions of lumber he has
brothers are in. poem-Love. "And you will bo kind to Dan when he friend described "volcano little curry powder and allow it to remain -
; cordially lilackwood's Magazine. as a shut up Samuel May S. F. Smith recently shipped from Reelfoot has not come
.;: Tiled to attend. -- asks you to marry him, won't you?" in an iceberg," once spake to mo of his covered a few moments, and, after dined together in Boston. They from the Much of it has come

I .; J. O. HAYXES, Sachem. HECLA. pleaded tho other with wet eyes antI : "agony of incommunicableness.." adding more butter, put in the chicken, were graduated from Harvard in the from the wos, there yet lie in that

:r. W.. M. MEACHAM, C.. 9f R. I trembling mouth. "He will at the first : Let those whose channels of speech cut in small pieces and thicken it witha famous class of 18 Eleven mmbel peculiar body hundreds of deep
little flour. N. Y. World. log
. opportunity. Ho said so. And he is so are deep and free, connecting, without of the class survive, the greatest of under the surface, but sound best

What Think You, Was the Name doubtful of your feelings that a slight obstruction, with the heart, thank God -Apple Johnnycake Without EggOne whom is the genial old autocrat.A of oak.

'f,' CHURCH DIRECTORY. Appropriate rebuff will drive him away from the subject for a blessing received and a sorrow pint white meal, two man named Powlikowski, who Reelfoot has a history almost, npt .
? '
fuls of each I
;. You see, Lu, you never had an withheld. sugar one-hal teaspoonful
died and
lately at Wloclawek, Poland, quite, unique. In 1811 wherV it now is
. i J";. ItaptUt, Church. offer, and don't understand how much "That girl should have boon christ of salt of and soa,milk one t'asponful mix of who worked in the fields until last year, was a splendid forest of oak audwalnut.As .
When Nature made the twins encouragement a modest man needs in ened 'Hecla!' said Dan Hyde's quick- cream tartar, "
Lucy said to have been 115 of in the of "Lisbontown
: age. history ,
Services at 10:30 year I
a.m. and 7 and and 8
quite soft, apples pared
: ? p.m. and Sara Knight, she blundered in hasteor such circumstance. You must do your sighted, warm-hearted wife to him, after is further related that his brother( here, it "saw the earth open and gulp
n' Prayer meeting every Wednesday at S carelessness, or was guilty of a practical part, or you'll lose him -to a dead cer the bridal call paid to them by the sliced; mix in the order given; bake in a at the age of 116 and his father at 126, her down." An earthquake that S
r WOMBOLT shallow cake minutes.- change
Pastor. thirty
, r. p.m. joke upon highly respectable and tainty. sisters. pan while three surviving sisters are aged tie topography of that country, "-
g; Sunday School meets every tsunday unimaginative A wave *f color, so faint that Sara Dan laughed Ho s Household. I
't' parents. It was patent lightly. was a ( t. respectively 1W2, 99 and 93; years. was at the
1 morning. at 10:30.: t.o: mother, nurse and visitors that she could not guess how it scorched the ble practical follow, and very much :1 -Brd's Nest Pudding.-Pare and core -An item that has been going the severely e.perience e :Madrid,

., jif.f.' W. T. WEEKS, Supt. had misplaced tho infant souls, by the dark, still face, flickered over Lucy's love with his second choice. apples and place them around cloves.the dish Soak, rounds of the papers stating that Dr. W.l1. prsent., made a hollow of what
after sticking them with
time the children were six: months old. forehead. "The volcano is the work of yen? imagination dish of Baird, of New York City, formerly had once been rolling ground.

:1 Presbyterian Chun'h.t When they were grown, it was a stand- "Since ho did not mean for you to my pet. Or, iou are in the two; teacupfuls of tapioca is absorbed in a and Speaker of the House of Representar Many of the great trees toppled to the

Services every Sunday at 10:30: a.m., ing jost in a community just then addicted speak of it to any one, wouldn't it bo right, life is too short to "be spent in then water mix until in two the cupfuls water of sugar. Pour ties of New Jersey, was a street ,ca- tsarth. Water gradually accumulated in .

t and'S It. B. MATTICE I'astor. to "Pinafore," that tho facetious honorable for us to let the matter drop thawing a thousand feet of ice upon the and bake driver in that city has been found to be the hollows,and sloughs that had formerly .
p.m. he: tapioca over the apples until -
School mother of us all had "mixed these here, and try not to think of it again?" chance of finding fire at the bottom.- incorrect. The gentleman is a practicing marked that became simply
Sunday every Sunday at 10 it is a clear thick jelly. Eat with terior
maidens up." she said in her level tones, as she pickedup Marion Harland, in N. Y. Ledger. physician of New York and is said channels in a twenty-five miles long

f.;-un. 11. C. HULL, Supt. Their twinship seemed absurd, even the white work and gave it a little rich cream. boiled to be well off and highly respected. by six or eight wide.
shake to out the Sara'sweight CLAY THEIR DIET. Potatoes Stewed.-Cu\ potatoes -
to casual acquaintances. Not feature get creases When first the lake he
a while medium-sized Many actresses have made a stranger sees
warm in neat, Engls
;J' Methodist Church. or trjck of tone or manner betrayed it. had left in it. Death of the Last Member of a Decided!;.' pieces, cover them with hot milk and marriages sinco IbOO. Harriet is amazed at the unsightly stump and
Services Sabbath Lucy was a tall brunette and Sara stared at her in intensest scorn. Peculiar Family. stubs of dead
i. every at 10:30 a.m. Junoesque add salt white and a little butter Mellon married the ninth Duke of long trees
In build. The curl of the "If I say another word, I'll be sorry for The death of Emanuel Jane, who was pepper stud its
: and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every short upper for seasoning. Simmer in the milk ten St. Albans; Kitty Stephens, tho fifth waters. Here and there, rising

Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30. lip was pride incarnate, her deep, gray it, she uttered, in desperate composure, killed in the Indian Territory recently, minutes; then fill au gratin tins with the Earl of Essex; Eliza Fatten, the twelfthEarl out of deep water,are groves of rwin .i'

':"" Jos. 1:'. SIIANUS; Pastor. eyes had black shadows in their depths; and flung herself out of the room. recalls to the memory of many of the stewed potatoes; add a top layer of grated of Derby; Louisa Brunton, the first cypress. Occasionally an island lt a
i Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. as crumbs, and bake to a delicate brown. Ear of Craven, and :Maria Foote, tho slimy, grass-grown
J. CHARLES queens should; her contralto voice hada were in the drawing-room. Amity was tory of a remarkable family, of whichhe Some like little cheese addedto Earl of Harrington. The shores are thick in and tha" ,
RICHARD, Supt. a grated lksidesthese gsss
: sub-tone of repressed passion, so inconsistent .completely restored, and Lucy was play- was the youngest. In 1832 Reuben the bread crumbs. the beautiful Miss O'Xei became shallower parts of the grow

with the trite propriety of her lug a diligently correct accompanimentto Jones and wife arrived hero from South These two insects are the most common Lady Becher; Mrs. Lady lilies and other water plants.

\ Christian Church. speech, that people were surprised and Sara's singing, when Dan Hyde {'n- Carolina and purchased a farm three on in winter: The Boothby, and Helen Faucit, Lady Mar As you paddle over the lake,disturbing '

$:Acts xl., 20(j; Acts xxvi.,28;I. Peter iv., 1C. provoked when they could elicit nothingelse. I tered. Both sisters saw him, and his miles from this place, where they resided scale is a houseplant small, oval spot that tin. the myriads of "coots" and other waterfowl

';,; Services each lord's day at 3 p.m. She looked like a Medea whose courteous gesture of entreaty that they until their death, loading lives of attacks the brownisl.ivy oleander, and -The King of Corea, says a writer in or, perhaps, dropping a line for

:,.. G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. very calms were deadly, and portended should finish the song. Sara smiled the ordinary country people. To tht'l other hard-wooded Englsh plants. You may not the Pal Mall Gazette, is a little man, bass or perch or "buffalo," your canoefrequently

Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 tempest. Her family knew her as an with her eyes and nodded, warbling wore born seven children-five boys and think this insect a live one, as it seldommoves handsome dark-red silk, rich strikes a snag that has rotted
amiable pack-horse, her friends as the spiritedly all tho whie. Grave Lucy'sfingers two girls, each of whom showed no unusual off as far down as the waves expose it to
embroidered with
:: p.m. F. P. BARRY, Supt. but if you just carefully turn one ly gold, wearing a
i meelaest and shyest of social lay-figures, were as as in stitch-set propensities. until arriving at the over and look at it through the glass pot hat of similar material His hands the atmosphere. Below the water-line ,'

r conscientious to a fault, patient to a ting. Tima and tune were accurate. age of puberty.,}. At this stage of life you will find that it has feet. An old i he kept hidden sleeves. the stump i sound and solid. All the I

L OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. miracle. Her playing was like her voice in speak- they each developed a taste for sun- tooth-brush and weak soapsuds will dislodge His face is pale, but very pleasing, log that have been constantly below

"You have no more character than a ing, ut'chanicl, yet holding vague in- baked clay, taking- in small quantitiesat it, rinsing off with tepid water.- brimming over with good nature, and are as well preserved as

,:. bowhof vanilla junket!"said Sara, fiercely timations of an imprisoned soul. first, but gradually increasing the Good Housekeeping.Cold I each of his questions he chattered oat if they had been live trees or dressedtimber

City Officers.Mayor to her one morning, as they talked Tho brilliant little blonde had an in- amount unt they made it nearly their roast venison makes a very good with a rippling, nervous laugh like a under the best of shelter.

-,!. C. Wills. I over a party they had attended the previous spiration, and a bit of swift telegraphywent sole They wore hospitable people, breakfast curry, as the meat is invariably And each time he laughed wo To recover the lumber from the lakes

'. Ahlermen-W.. Sapp, U. D. Miner, evening.Most on behind Lucy's back. Neither and, if their visitors were so inclined, tender and very digestible. Put ina grl's see a large yellow bead of something has been the occupation of many lum

jo E. Pace, J. G. Alvarez, J. M."Tby. : people spoke of Lucy as "Sara's of the respondents thought of the mirror would talk for hours on the subject of frying-pan, in a teaspoonful of butter, he was chewing. bermen. The water is clear and the logs

sister," despite her superiority in size, in which tho dumb show was re clay-eating. They procured their usual half a teaspoonful of dry flour, and -Farmer John Macy, of Uniondale, Ire frequently easily discovered by the
and the fact that she had her peated. diet from the bottom and sides of a large Drag-hooks have also been used.
Clerk-Walter Wills. preceded brown slightly; add a clove or garlic N. Y., is clearly entitled to tho cham- t-ye.
twin into the world by half hour. Within fifteen minutes after the three spring on the farm, and, after workingthe Most of the more valuable timber -
Troasurer-J. W. Morgan. an and a tablespoonful of minced apple, pionship for corn husking. He was recently
sat down together, Dan had asked Sara would roll it out into cakes of
The lesser! ruled the larger as Titania clay, has been removed, but occasionally -
Mal'shal-E. D. Wall. half a teaspoonful of curry powder, and backed for one hundred dollars to
for a book he had lent her, and she had about one inch in thickness, then cut
ruled Peascod and Cobweb. Sara big log is found
Assessor-T.. Sweat. was hal a pint of hot water, soup stock or husk one hundred bushels of corn in 0 imbdded
flown upstairs to get it Lucy into pieces of the size of
the fairest 'of blondes, and petite. Her an ordinary venison gravy from the roast of the day seven hours, taking the corn as it stood loaves and mud at the ,
hair would have been flaxen but for the could offer to do the errand. biscuit and place them in the sun to before. Simmer and set on the back of stacked in the field. He was to pull lake. The logs, if found in deep water,
County Officer tho her The elder sister sat down again on the dry, after which they would store it in are raised by windlass a raft and
golden glints upon waves; eyes the range. Cut the meat in neat pieces, down the stacks himself and tie and setup t
W. F. wide and blue her opposite side of the fire from the visitor, the smoke-house for future consumption. towed ashore. Frequently, if found in _
County Judge- Malphus. were pure ; lips cherry- add it to the sauce, and when quite hot, the empty sheaves. The wager was _
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. ripe; her cheeks had the violet flush, at with an inarticulate murmur of embarrassment Wherever they went they always carried send to table. Before serving, add the accepted by a of persons, who shallow water, heavy logs have ben
ho mistook for dissatisfaction. a quantity with them, and could bo numbr
soft and clear ashore oxen. Many
Sheriff-D. L. Alvarez. once one revels over in juice of an orangt'oNOVELTIES considered the an impossibility,but dragged by
Her face was as fine and cool as a marbleMinerva's. seen nibbling at the mud with evident
Tr.x Assessor-J. Wainright.. the heart of a Katherine Mermit rose.From Farmer Macy won, and had thirty minutes sand feet of walnut have been taken
Tax ,(Collector M. :M. Hale. sunny poll to twinkling toes, she She leaned back in her chair, relish. It had no apparent ('ffee on IN JEWELRY. and six seconds to spare. from the waters and sold, just as the
her beautiful hands overlapping one an- them for awhile, and they would do an found at $40 In S
Schools J. L. Hill.CountySurveyorW.lI. was alive and electric-the sauciest, Beautiful Thing In Cold and Silver Produced logs are a thousand
Superintendent daintiest, daringist sprite that ever other at the wrists, and relieved artistically ordinary day's work. As the abnormal lly American Workmen. "A LITTLE NONSENSE.In ." f-xct, for years it has been true that ther
Edwards C.E.
turned lover's head and shocked a by the maroon of her velv.tRown. habit grew stronger on them their coloi An exceedingly pretty scarf pin represents was more walnut in the lake than in the

County Commissioners Witkovski, duenna. She looked altogether composed began to change to a dull yellow. a bright gold wind mill with a times liko these the doctor skied forests around Reelfoot.

D. H. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. L. Pin- While Lucy sewed now upon a long and a trifle weary. Heavy rain had Their mud eating finally caused the platinum band around the roof and with His His pockets hopes of are curing with offers,lllled The lake is one of the most celebrated

holster, M. V. Smith. white seam, her exquisitely-molded hand come on with the night, and in the death of all except Emanuel, nonn of the sails studded alternately with diamonds Drawn from the public's money coughers. lame resorts i the South. Hut little

drawing tho thread out in slow lengths dead, brief silence succeeding Sara's them living to bo over thirty years old. and rubies. -Washington Capital. large game is to b found on land, but

State Officers. with rhythmic; regularity, her sister and flight they hoard the wash and thud of Just before death they all presented a Etched pansies with the centers,in relief "This is somewhat of a 'twine at certain seasons the year wild geese

Gov'rllor-l P. Fleming,Jacksonville sovereign, perched upon the head of a tho wind-driven- flood against wall and horrible appearance, being so bloated form a pretty decoration for a-cajlye. trust,''said the young man as his best and duck abound on the waters. Ter

of State-John L. Crawford. lounge close by, twittered like a sun- window. they could hardly bo recognized, and service. girl wound her arms about his neck to are always many ducks on the ,
Secretary bleached linnet."Milkandwater. Dan Hyde might not be a confident after death the stench was so fearful Delicate and attractive i a b0r on whisper sweet nothings in his large left it is a favorite breeding spot for them.

Crawfordvlllo. is tauce tartare by lover, but his was not the faint heart that no undertaker woul go near them, box of open lacework in gold, which ''al ear.-Kearney Enterprise. The stubs and logs standing thickly
Attorney.General-Wm. Lamar, Mon- that never wins. He led off tolerably and the family had perform tho last lows the be from the
comparison," she continued, nipping and contents to seen -P I have to speak to you throughout the lake afford a safe place
ticello. well, sad rite for their dead. exterior of the box. pa-"I for the duck to lay their .' _
rending with her pink nails a water-lily again I'll whip The Terror-"Say, wo especially
Treasurer}'. J. Pous, Macclennoy. snatched from bowlful "How cozily delightful home and fireside None of them over married, and, after Cat-tails entwined with grasses of variegated you. ggs. the approach of cold weather
a upon Lucy's what did have a little boy for
Commissioner of Agriculturo-L. B. washstand. are on a night like this!" he began, the death of the parents, Emanuel, the gold constitute a lace pin that if papa can't get you along better with myriads of fowl come down from the .2'i"
you any .
in a colloquial strain. only ono of the family left, sold the shows the result of artistic and its .
Wombell. Dan Hyde had sent them, an hour be- natural design him than you do?"-Philadelphia In North, and the throughout .
Comptroller-G neral-W. D. Barnes. fore, and the present tirade sprang up "Very," replied Lucy, dryly. farm and left for tho West, where he skilled workmanship.An quirer. length rings with the roar of guns. '('u. .j:

Adjutant-Gen'ral-David Long, Cedar from this circumstance. "It makes one long for a homo of came to his death from violence. The oxidized silver horse shoo nail -Newly-AcceptedSuitor-"Well,Bob-' Some effort has been made by the Ten- .

Keys. "Why, I just couldn't keep it to my- his own" wa!" the wooer's next advancl. spring from which these extraordinary twisted to a knot, in the center of which by, you will have a new uncle soon; I am m'ssee people to preserve the lake sports .

Superintendent; of Public Instruction self another minuio. Dan would murder Lucy's face paled and stfenl'd. people procured their source of supplies rests a tourmaline within bright gold Aunt Mary's choice for a husband." for Tennesseeans, but the law having .

Albeit Russell, Jacksonville. me if he knew I had let out his gazed steadily into the ruddy palpitations was visited by your correspondent to caws, forms a unique scarf pin. your Bobbysurprised( )-"We that's strange.I that purpose in view is not regarded and

eecret. Ho charged mo not to breatheit of the grate, and could not have day. The earth about tho pring bathe pieces of a tea service produced her tell mamma,1 only yesterday, is not c.nstiutonl. I was directed : .: '

to an'hod.-l'ast of all to 'ou-you spoken to save her soul. appearance of ordinary yellow cay, recently are ornamentf around the top hear were chiefly against Louisvie hunting clubs, .jd
alabaster At that exact instant an ignited lumpof and how the people could subsist on with a band etching, while the remainder you Iobson'schuc.Lie.The which have clubhouses on the 5
ungrateful, non-susceptible
. J. O. HAYNES, slab! lie calls you his 'still, pale angel!' coal rattled from the top of the heap for ten or twelve years is a mystery. is but a series of deep indenta. -to the only bottom man of whose the sea melancholytrip ever stirred hike and have the.water ,with 'I 'I

I don't believe angel's veins run iced into the fonder, and both stooped for the Cincinnati Enquirer. tions. the of tho people as much as shooters.-Indianapolis News. ,
tongs. Dan secured them, picked up Three balls-the emblem of the pawnbroker sympathies
glycerine. Lucy Knight! if you doii'tblush fragments, laid them in place, restored COSTLY CARELESSNESS. -each of different colored gold, Dan McGinty was the lamented Pharaoh, AN IRISH PRINCESS.
DENTIST or prick your finger, or break who went down in his best Sunday chariot i !
the to tho rack, crossed the form a scarf pin that will command attention
tongs rug
Lost Through the (
your needle, ordosomething abnormally Troperty 'urelt11 Preparation some thousands of years ago.Chi.cago The Strange Career of a Daughter of the
fall and took a chair beside Lucy's.noth r of Mail Matter. from lovers of the unique. Kmeralil Ile. -S.
like other people, I shall upon you
Ofllco Over Jones Brick Block. and tear you, limb from limb! I verily clatter called his eyes to the unluckyfire. The recent salo at the Dead-L(>Ucr Ragged edges and ancient looks make Lyre. "Will The Indian Government i about to b

believe this flower has more human The tongs had slipped their moor- Office, Washington, I). C., calls attention the most recent silver fruit dish con- -Tramp-- you give me permission called upon to repay a sum of 100,0pp, -:.

feeling than You. take the news ings and lay kicking widely on the again to the amount of propertylost spicuous. Two apples on a branch,with : lady, to"go into your barn to com- which it has had in its possession for '.
, you. As her sister could leaves rise in relief from the bottom of mit suicide? Lady (filled with pity)-
hearth. quickly as through imperfect addresses or care- several the proceeds of a
that one of the finest fellows in town years legacy
Commercial Hotel loves to distraction as coolly as if I have moved Lucy sprang forward, sot less preparation of parcels and letters the gi interior of the dish. Poor man" Here's a piece of mince-pie left by the wife of one of the native : :.

had said you: 'Lucy, do you know that th'y up, and crossing the rug in her for tho mails. Inclosures are put in envelopes and platnuW leaves resting for you. Tramp-"Thank you, man 1'nnces, who died upwar of thirty ,
but rue got some 'Rough on Rats that
water-lilies have yellow centers!" turn, took a straigh t-backpl reception and wrappers too frail to sustain around the edge a comma of alternate yt'ar ago. The lady was an -

Opposite Depot, STAIIKE, FLA. Lucy.did not lift her eyes, or intermit chair, the whole width of the hearth their weight. The rapid handling of diamonds and sapphires, with variegated will do just as well.Y.. Sun. Irishwoman, who went t India some ;

the setting of minute stitehes of uni- distant from her suitor. mail matter demands that thE contentsof gold pansies, make hairpin that Irs Dolliver (to the new girl-) sixty years since as the traveling coma

Dan's face glowed like the hottest (wry package sent by mail should be can not fail to be received with favor. "Norcena throw this water out of the i pwiion of two wealthy English ladies. .. "0

First-Class Accommodations. form do length."I not that there is thingfor coals, to which Lucy's eyes wont back thoroughly protected. The authoritiessay Moonstone cuff links, representing ordinary window; but be sure you look out. (Ten During her stay in India she attrt !
see "
answered any in the with a show of tranquil interest; then U that most of the valuables sold como mother-of-pearl shirt buttons, are seconds later.) ".hats the matter? the notice of one of the natie sovereigns .
she ,
$2.00 PER DAY. me to say, than paled to the hue of cold ashes."I into possession of the post-office authorities an innovation. Gold threads crossing the Noreena-"I looked out Mum, and I and he married her.
monotone that never more
Special rates made to Weekly or deep hinted at leashed fecling.hY ou are would bo a conceited fool i I did because they slip from their cover- buttons, their ends being inserted in saw the water go all over as"fine a gentleman The pair lived happily for ,upward of .
understand why did that. Miss and he identified the four holes usually seen in buttons, as you'd care to meet. -Puck. the wife
Monthly !;oard'rs. Hotel thoroughly kind, I am sure, to tell me all the not you ings can not and ro I thirty years having a separate
renovated and run in first-class order. very things Mr. Hyde said to you of Knight," ho said, huskily. "I came placed. : add to the effect.A -First ofcer-\hat' -wrong wid estate settled upon her by the .Mahara-
pleasant them." hero to-night to say something to you Another protection which tho postoffice moonstone Cupid bowing roguishly him, Jimmy? yer lift him?" Second jah. She died childless and left no will
J. KLEINSCHMIDT. Proprietor. and he kind to
:: me, was would very not wait say for wordsto which I see you are nofwilling to hoar. authorities suggest is that of plac- in the curve of a crescent of brilliants officer-"Not a hair can I move lit r property was taken over by the Indian .
wrath that
In Sara' the maltreatedlily I have too much respect for you to torment ing the name and address of tho senderon deserves more than passing notice as a him." Party who has falen-"It's no Government, and it has remained "

F J. FIELD convey it, flung and fell you with an unwelcome suit. the outside of every parcel and letter laoo pin. Around the throat of the little use, gentlemen; you might just as well in their hands ever since. It was at the

at her. It hit work.Lucy's" cheek She picked it Goo night, Lucy! God bless you!" sent through the mails. This will god a necklace of rose diamonds and leave me. I've been at the West-si time of her death 10,0 but its value .

upon her "white Ho took up the impassive fingers thatlay enable the local postmasters to return small rubies is shown, terminating in a cooking-school dinner, and I ate foui has risen close on S.

ri k Mo': : Work i nQ Pl lhnr not up, looked it could at be it repaired as if to, see and whether apparently or like ice in his. With such an effortas tho mail matter misseni or misdirected star of similar stones. amateur doughnuts.Judge."Do The relatives-&the 100,0.deceased lady In

that it hopelessly injured, the dying; make to speak, she forced directly to the sender, instead of their Somewhat massive, yet very atstic you remember Jones who went I Ireland were in entire ignorance of her .
deciding basket, three words through her throat: following the official routine of the is an elaborate silver cake dish out West?" said one traveling man who fate up til quite recently, when they
it into the waste-paper::
|, STARKE, FLA. dropped minute stitches. "I am sorry!" transfer to the Dead-Letter Office at ican workmanship, Three hippopotami was conversing with another in a reminiscent learned accidentally from a returned
went setting
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41 and on toe against a chair and "I know you are very sorry for my Washington, where press of business allows plunging among tal water grasses and i vein. "Very wel." "He was a Indian soldier. The inquiries which .
Sara swungher
I disappointment. You have nothing to weeks to elapse before the matteris held under by a small figure high strung fellow." was when I have since been instituted have fully established

upset it. in such reproach,}'oursE'l with. You never lured returned, if ever returned, to the representing an Egyptian boy constitute last saw him." "What do you mean?" her marriage to the Indian
"I: don't what he sees a
PEEK & FRAZEE, see and to me on to a proposal. You are all noble, sender. the group at one end of the piece. The "A vigilance committee had taken Prince. The friends have also assured
of starch plaster
construction dish is formed in imitation ofa "
all maidenly. Good-bye, again!" The grossest carelessness is manifested proper sharge him. -Merchant Traveler. th ms/slves of the existence and valueof
did not 0
out.hIt seemso .
for she jerked Red Sea fishing
Attorneys at law and Notaries preposterous, while he was telling me I took Sara sixty-seven minutes by I in the directing of letters or parcels.It Weekly. _ _bat.-Jeweler'l_ -Lucy (aged eleven, who is reading a the property.-Dublin Freeman's

." in the conservatory-and the band was the hal clock to look for the borrowed is perfectly astonishing that people Some paper)-"It is perfectly dreadful Father Journal. ___________
STARKE BRADFORD CO., FLA. playing soft love music-how he had volume, and then she presented herself I who take the trouble to use the mails men are disastrously supersti -"What's dreadful, Lucy?" Luc; Skeleton the Latest Fad.
tious. A swain to the
., loved for three years, and could below stairs, empty-handed. Lucy sat i should so undervalue their own effort as Burlington came -"Another faithless wife, the mother I Among the latest fads is the craze for

Abstracts of Title and Real Estate never you get near enough to you to inti- alone by the dying fire. The wind not to use ordinary precaution in writinga determination to pros on in a certain considerable of six chldren. runs ofj with a married skeetons I hear requests for them at

Law a specialty. mate the truth. He looked so miserable, howled fiendishly, and hissing drops of I distinct address on the fruits of their evening. Entering parlor man, a large family behind. brc-a-brc counters in the various

Abstracts furnished showing every and nice, that I couldn'thelp hail found their way down the chimney. efforts; not only will the address lack trepidation, he picked up a bookand. Dear me, i this doesn't stop petty soon, al stores. "Nothing larger those? I
Sale Judgment and tragic,
Lien, Tax: glanced at the title was a tat
Deed page.
Mortgage "Where is Dan?" Sara stopped just some important item to its I there not any "
disposition necessary b
left.- good
Attachment and all matters of saying what a perfectly lovely of "Don't. He on the want a big one, said one ff
of and within the door to ejaculate. quick transfer, but it will be most indistinctly didn't Texas this
Title disconsolately.
public record and &e affecting you have, and how helpful next afternoon girl consented Siting dame Truly
Real Estate in Bradford county, Florida, unselfish you are, and how devoted I am He went away soon after you left us," : written, with pale ink and a penso to very be Mrs. Somebody Else.-Burlington -Guest at eating house (grumblingly) prosaic age. Time was when the bat

up to date of Abstract. to and that nothing would please said Lucy; indifferently, or dreamily. 1 fine that in the delivery of a pile of Free Press. -"Bring me some reed birds. Seems to mention of the word skeleton to ono of

i 1 1 "i you more than to have him for a brother. "Lucy Knight! if you have sent him letters one does not wonder that i is _ _ me fifty cents is a good price for them, the feminine gender caused a shudder

: *- "J me There! I am glad of it!" in savage sin off, I will never forgive' you! I prepared left at the wrong address. -Chicken pie is a dangerous thing foi though." 'aiter-"Yes, fcah. Reed disgust, and as t having one about the

4 HKADQUAKTERS you for what he had to say!1 Not only is this carelessness expensiveto New Englanders i the West, because birds is expensive. The are hard t house-barbarous! But now a fricsm .

fl 'ire Insurance, ceritv.Lucy had run the point of the needle I Lucy ev(sneered, there was a sneer the people using the mails, but to the they do not perforate the crust out get, sah, and we have ) bring 'em a little imp peers at you from a braet ina

her nail. Her brows contracted now upon her proud mouth. She dragged Government; the cost of maintaining there, and a whole dinner party was long distance." (Behind the screen dark corner or brushes' agln your '

-epresenting the Liverpool and London and under her whitening lips were pressed herself t her feet, which felt dell aD.1 DeadLetter OlSce is due entirely to ignorance made ill by the fatal gas that gathered tome minutes later) "Lively, now. face as you walk under te g jet .

;: and Globe, the Providence and A\ ash- closely together, as she* dipped the queer. Sitting so long in the straight- and carelessness that ii almost on the wish-bone ol the fowl.-Boston Hurry up them English sparrows.Chlca"o ."- Surely we.are getting back to fr pre '

I .;' iojrton and tho Security. WQunded member in tho bowl of water, backed chair ha%"-cramped. her limbs. criminal.-Christian Union. Transcript* Tribune. cplesY.. Mail and Expr




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nut better to flick to this lDF Little Wife. I .iniliiiarr Prize I 1
BRDFORD COUNTY lELEGRPH. her for her wilful ways Next Monday commences the inter-state FLA., )
with it for lower rates (Tl February lith.1890. f
tears, impetuous woius of praise; competivc milhtary lrill at Jacksonvilleunder J TOTICE is bereby given that the following- I
C. F. T. Cowill snob
go flashing anger's lightning fleet. subTropical.management.. ..A I:' named s.--ttlerhfl filed notice of hi. intention AND COf'
c PUBLISHED) WKKKLY ATT lower the make final in 01 her claim,
seeking to secure questioning looks fur kisses sweet ; to proof support
\\RKEBlt&IW t'OUTV. FLORIDA. I This to be the grandest occasion nnd that said proof Will' be made before Registerand
: her when she when promisee
Atlantic Coast Line.) \ laughs The Receiver Gainesville Florida on .
& ; I. C. WEBB. It Is to di' frowns-Oh, how 1 love her then I I in the history of the Sub-Tiopical. APRIL 1TTH. 1OO. .
Editor and Publisher.SUBSCRIPTION necessary railroad have. wisely reduced the viz: Sarah Let. widow of B. C Lee deceased .10 .:
f7. between the railroad : 13 not prudent meek or wise; company lakeside. Florida H. E. No. 11-159. for the NE& l'
A YKAIl.to rate to one cent a mile each way when of NW.V Sec 3-JTp 7 S Range 81 E. She named -- -i---i
1.00 such
: refuge-rater company. What a jcwllls they prize this will the followiiiff witnesses to prove her continuom ,
seek perfection in the form five or more on one ticket, cultivation of said land viz
The latter receives 69 cents go residence up>n. and : -
i &tltrtd ArOt"vfing Act *f Cogre in lovely woman. Sun nnd storm will make the round trip from Starke a- Wells Burnham. I* "Fletcher F. M. Hagan and
$1.08: 100 pounds from J. \V. Batten, all of Lakeside, Florida.
txcond per 3ie and frost in her combine
f\e Pout Ofirt. SIil.rl;. Flu, at ; out 90 cents. Tickets on sale from the k ALEX. LYNCH, Register.Notice. -I

tV/w jfattr.TUAWflEUUT receives Yoik. From$1.65 New 100 Orleans oh. I'm'er glad she' mine. 6th) to lllh goixl, to return (to the 13th. They want to sell you yonr Groceries, Provisions, Flour, ,

changing moods are hard* to gauge- Corn Oats Hay and Bran.
wildly gay. now mildly sage, citizens that OF FLORIDA, BRADFORD COUNTY.J '
: to our
We desire to SlY
in the totals? It is this: W brisk and lusy all about ,

.A ninpMMlonmte and n -n.on.bl. Central charges 85 cents per 'fast asleep now going out. for years New we have"bf Discovery a-ellini for ConMimptioiCnr. ? Ioet''r1'iuig's ,and M. Truby.E. Strong S. J., merchants Sternburgl I I Assumpsit. They want to sell you yqjir Dry Goods and Notions.

.entalloi of Rn ImpurlantttnbJf''t. wIbiIlg tears away perplexf. Lie Pills cklen'.s end Partn-i doing busl. -
for strawberries from l..oui Ki\ll(I ,
making: tea. and tinging isezt.! and Kleelii" Hitters ness under the: firm n Hue !Amon t sworn to, They want to sell your Clothing and Furnishing Goods.
Salve you
r Your fniit-grovrlng rcndcrt: do not need I go; while the eastern lines Arnica that and style ..f Truby, Stern-f $t2LlS.
I and ha\i never handled remedies burg & Co.. I Irs. -
to bc informed as to the rales tlic growers i per too Il s.. from Florida ] bhe i i" nt her loveliest best sell as well, or that have given *uch I| AttachmentIt. ff

art now paying for the transportation of Thi is the freight rate day; is done and time for rest universal sal.isf.t'linn.'e do not hesit A. Rnequemore. j Ancillary They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. *

near :and sleep hangs in her eyes =i'e to puarantec them everv time, and The above named defendant R. A. Roequemoiv. -

r strawberries to New YOl'k ami Chicnco the refrigerate rate. i the wailing snow in wintiy skies; wo .stand re dy to refuirJ the purchase whose property was attached to pay the They want to sell you your Hoots, Shoes and Rubbers.

to-wit: 10 cents a quart. $3.2) n l,nhol.. As to "rebates." etc., the when the kneels to say her prayer pricn I if Riiti-fiictorv result do not lolo\v: debt by notified a d all of other the persons commencement intere-ted of the are above here- -

Of thU amount the railroads ,proper n'cive -- F. T. company: icceire ( WoIl'Ll W%' heat kneels with her (here.Judge.. their use.! These" remedies have their won suit by attachment and are hereby required to They want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Building
Ii.- their great popularity pllI'clUII appear plead or demur to the declaration fil-d
( $!.5I per vr:1c. the refrjgc-rtt: : i one zap only; none on the merits Dnigti-its. 1 therein b. tl.e second f2d]l day of June A. D. ISflO. Material. .

company 69 cents per crale. 7.50 i-cr, 1.000 miles traveledIn vears the odilor of the Burlington -- ---- the same being tbe first Monday of raid month
c-- Between; Florirta-and Chicago the faint- view of these facts it ( ( *U>.) Post. has been subject Oranges.Or double. in v lue r.iid'heruleday be taken aai st of thorn this by Court.default or Judgment will They want to sell you your Wagons Busies, Agricultural Implements
that would :
rolic and tits Qf indigestion, iniolaivls] Given u der mv hand and eat this 11th day of
V amount i is paid, nut the refrigerator company coirespondent that we lnllort him for sevwrul hours and un and Florida would) in ten 'C.H'S proclii'-e February.: A. D. IS'J. Seeds and Fertilizers.
:t receives a larger pruportwn (,f it, with the C. F.SI'. company him for business for two or three ten times thA present crop and supply [SEAL] W. T. Writs, .
For the past year he has been us- the entire demand of the Uni'ed States U U. RHODE Clerk They want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and WhIps in 11: :1
owing to the fact that. ovr the lines to car-rates to New York and rhamherlHin's'C'oli'' Cholera and had rteti01t. AU Atfy (or I'liviiitUT. By N. D. WAIKRIOHT.Deputy '
if Ihe fruit proper
I Chicago: 'a ear-rtc prc\"t Is. while the I not to di'.ve it uwny. a itt inidv whenever occasion that is reallY coded is a itch 1l tr a boxprotect I \ 1'. Weeks. Clerk of the Ci-cuit Clerk.I Court. in fact they want to sell you everything you may need. Give thema t.I

linea runniug to New York insist on maintaining Now a woid of peisoual \ and it has invariably given ion to give our growers ths market and for Bradford County, Floridi. do certify trial, and you will be convinced that they will save you moirey ,:
It prompt relief. li-;. and 60c bottles for Competition nnd improved mp. h- that tho foregoing is a true and correct copy ot I.
n crate-rate. The head of t the C. F. T. byv, II. llivers.Japaneae odsof ( Irking and picking! would brinjr theoii ;nal Not.ee; Publication ia said cause on everything You buy f nd at the same time guarantee the qua ;

While the clruwbcrry growers pay "..20A the head of a prominent I Oonshlu Oraue.Ir. down' the price, and M I'. Plant is authority ni'W on flle 11II in my I luird olBce.Witness and. seal this 11th day oFel.marv lity and quantity of Goods. 1
would he
crate tu New York the vegetable sion house. Your for saying that freights .\. D. 1MK W. T. WELKS.SKALJ .
J. W. Sydboteu. seeing the desir reduced one-half. Orange growers sliould [ :: J Clerk.
pay only 50 cents from Ham niek vided his berries about ( of ptocuiing for our btate an or- think of this. Ey X.D. WAIXRIOHT,

Ridge. for instacce and only 44 cts from this house nntla r rival that will be a hardy grower one that A Child Killed. Deputy Clerk. II

Gainesville, the latter being a "competing fioiu the rival house have withstand the severest weather and :it Another child killed Lv (he LISA C1f 01'II otice.An TRUBY STERNBURG & COMPANY
same time be a tine flavored fruit has ,
point." thing. H little belli of the the for counties in the II iate'l.el1 in the form of soothing syniuWhv persons indebted to the estate of David ,
agency mothers give their children such Browning late of Bradford County State of
It is needless to say that the strawberry commibbiuii house is one for the Omit-hiii orange of Japanese deadly poison is surprising wli'n they Florida deceased, will come forward and make

growers art much dissatibfied at this excessive friseralor car K'rvice is i but direcliy I fro San Francisco I I -an relieve the child of its ;pecnlfar troubles immediate payment. and all persons holding STARKE I
The Oonshiu is budded on the sour by using Dr. Aeicer's ISaby Soother.It ieiiiAnds against said estate will present them -< i L!! = FLORIDA.
discrimination their
against within the time
pro- correspondent begrudges duly authenticated required byStw.
16 = Sold ___ ..
cold of
: loot and has stood the co'U-iitit ro opium or morphine. or this notice wili be plead in bar of their ,- -' -.rae.-t :
duct. They would not complain at plYing berries given to the : : nut willed. It is a prolific bl'HII'r11111 lVVL. II. KiVRits. 1" recuvery.

twice as much per bushel as the vegetable cause the express. rvice (' i : ly fruits I in California i and will i A. \V. BROWMNO. :(" ataanBAZAAR\ J
Tarpon Fishing.N. Feb. 21. 1SJO. Administr..torNotice. :
men pay but to pay five or six times half as much. But a do well I in Florida as all I other ', -, = _1 ,
.-'e ii tIlt do. Mr SvJbotrn is taking M George" who has been on a fish- t.

)1! as much is a burden greater than they service the fragile strnwhCfI ; :, for 1\\0'lcal' old trees that will beat insi cXt'lIr.iol"clIwn) I the Indian river i inlet ; I IAn Dealers in_ -

I ran bear with patience.A or the business will! \' soon as set out and started. Do not returned on \Wediu-sday.. ; 11"ill'" with persons indebted to the estate of Louis :.

project is on foot to unite the threegrewers' I mucn. We have now a I to secure at lest one of t these tines him the skin of a tarpon".hich he cauiihl I \Vitkov.ski Florida tlc..c late.ted of will Bradford come forward County and, State make of I

Mr. .J. W. Sydboteu. Slaike, Flu.M2Slf there on the I 141 II i 11'51. The rish: weighed ir.micdiut" payment and all pen-ons holding Goods and Fine
Starke. stick it
organizations Lawtey service let us to Stationery
; I 150 poutuls II nIl was 0 fcit and 4 inches, claims against "aidtat.. will present them
and Highland to accomplish two distinct make it also a elieap serv C' hour 1 He pii'iiounffS' I the tarpon I Ihe duly iiutln'iiti'iit**! within the time required by ,
I Isw. or this notice will be plead in bar of theirrecovery.
things: I trying doubtful pronii'\iness: t IIu: eer'ainty of if&. I Earnest: .I.h he ever hooked lieva 4: I School Books School Supplies

!. To formulate a statement of facts have made CliHtuliei l-iin's Cotrrli I minutes I J.nlw: ? this line. ti nil thinks it I J. L1. 'dy) lainous.: il is iuieiided espec quite! :in exhibition I of p..I.alori d skil! to [ F. b. :8. IS?)). ,llrnimstrator.I Musical
and and it the In- Law toy, Apiil 2. Instruments etc.
to ---
grievances carry up for (:"lIhl.t..I.l'l'lIllp antI \\11001'-1 I II
) do it i in t thit t I time. On I Hie following dayhe ; ,
teicUite Commission praying that body to -- :; -ouili, ind ix the uiosi elFeetuu caught another which! ; weiijhtd 110pnunJ. I I I Attachment: Notice.STATE .

use its influence with the railroads between Rerrv Grower ) kmnvii for those tliSf'ao.Os. JO and measured: (C feet inches.. I He i I 01' FLORIDA. ,IV I Starke_ Florida_ .
By nirangemvnt on bottles l Iur sale 113w.. U. llivers. Ii I I In Cou--ty Court. -- _. -- .w_ __ --
1ll1dt'lllhe I seroiul! in fly ilulutit es. They -------
New York KRAUFOHD. i iTOW. ------ -
Florida nnd CorxiYop
to securelower ------
number of the substantial I ; I : blt'ddlur. lit i in Ihe swift water of the in
D. \\eie ( :iui!! PAETLOW
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transportation rates. berry growers of LavMey $I i let. maUinir, it Q'Ji'f' difficult to land them. Florida Trunk Line.
Editor 'FELL(;it.i'u.-'V.'UI eO..l.spolJ-1 You are hereby notified that a Writ of Attachment TriEBESTSPRlNG .1"
2. To organize a stock company for of -OiiUiijcOIty Titivs. has been issued against and our -
for the purpose a was an c) c witness lot .I."hl",1- j you j propertv

the purpose. practically of c&tabilshing a Starke association of i in our city last night at 9 o'clock. A-duty- --to--Yourself.It -- S Thomas attached amounting tusatii-fy to fifty-two the demandsuf toll .r ($Kmu-h."'2 00) MEDICINE CK1NTRAL

pew refrigerator company by means of Through SJl.e: misuniie'> being the only witness and swum to JM snrpri.Jiijr that pfoplo will US" a ii1i interest on tie same from April 1st, 11-59. FLORIDA. H. H.
: \' can not give their lI.tll'l'S. ileo Now unless you shall appear beforeViu.. K.Malnhurs. .
'chartering cars and operating them land failed to its common, ordinary pill'ht'll they can u County Judge in and for said County -
present hat 1111; ns wete officials iNTHEWORLDlSm y *riu !rl> the J'. It. & N.Co.tIandard .
through nod employees to be de 4ignatcd gron I seetiro ;a :: )!EIIIIi..h one fr theta at his office at Starke on the 15th day of May.A. h
agents the minutes of the meeting each married I lie oilier the secret is : nw money HOf'torI"iE'r's Kiisir.h: I). l.SUO. at ten o'clock in the foreuo&in4udg Time i.Jsed..Lteb. 1890. t.a .

by the stock company. forwarded tu them for to leak out ooon. J. I pill are a, J'O.ITIIre: for sik hexdaelie i'.ient wllIl.t' given agaji 5t)011. and your prup- I WOL'THEltS' L'lV'N S! fuIlOthiaLv 4

The first of these aims fail ami nil I I liver i troubleThev are 1"1'1to: pay the debt. -
can hardly 1'crnaudm :
Mr. .T. M. Hissing ( ; Lialeil this 27th A. D. 18'JO. Lv JUOplllj "
01 February
For lt> of I hnyo been 'if
a iuin> ars
y I small I t, cisilv taken nn (li) not S5 p l11.'tJaL\ JackS
swe I.
ENOCHS. THOU 8. Dv l.v 60' 800&
to commend itself to the judgment of
every WAS
and C. E. ' to v olent attacks of iiiflamnri- JT 7top112.jsLy ,
Wyman as Kd'.e. !I II. Rivnn. it I'laiutiff. Caliabsa Lv snap 030* f.
well-informed and judici<.us mind. It far the being rbeiiin 'tism, wl>i ili eotrally; 1-isti tl I ___ IOIJDI4riPLV Baldwin Lv 5 OCt P 754. l
i uo U inut hi. On the first itt'lliis: I nll'klt.'urul('- Salve. hli.ip 2 pAr Start"250pAr Lv 351 p 609* .
needs no argument.But addressed thCl Notice for Publication.! ( A SPRING 1248a Hawihorne Lv 224 55.5iOa .
of Lawtey )/ I was aU.icke; 1 in IhA knpp nu>t i The best Salve; in I ihe world for Cllllt.Bl'ni. 'I 1 a> a 3 23 pAr Citra Lv p & ','

tho second object proposed may .usp'rtatbn: matters gi\ severely for two days, \\ hen I .('. ';.->!r<.... U'ccrs. S 'It 1 l It h"IIII.F. I, LAND OFKCS AT GAUCE MM.?. F/.tlltlDA.l( MEDICINETO 4 to p Ar Silver Sprfags Lv 152p i 10 51V&

well "give us pause." It is quite possible and the >I''rt'd ii bottle oFChiniticrUiii'.s I : I'ain ver S.jrps, Ti-tier, Coip': .ed l I HtudChildilus. -*, I FIJI'u.u.:11.. 18 1). IoTrcg CURE ANDTONEUPTHE 223UOUu.a 427 pAr Ocafa Lv 1256 P p 4 25& .i
figures urged i hl'reh'I'n ( hat iliefollowingnuni''d J .
I I ,1m all.1 ved aJllloo.L in tant- ; OJpAr How
jt l't &
r mo : Corn MId l all!I Skin Knii- :! Lyl025a 330p
for an association of inexperienced | I I.' .sfttliT lui-file-i! notii-i'ef his intoutiori GENERAL
men 44ta
the I my centers joi.iing iSi I thoie'oie niobt clu 'I fully rcoin and l'ilt'. 614pAr Letsbun? Lv 1117 a 11 30 p i
tio-is. p'l..itin..l1'111" .
| s ) nl of liicliim.
to uuiel: > final proof in support: t 4
in setting out to master such a dillicult ) it to those who thus .indlal h h' AILMENTS OF THESYSTEA.TAKE pAr Tavaies Lv 10 0 a 111)0) D
the common Cal ncr lu "ru l PH' r'ijuired It is guiiiiilo! >1 1 tl'g'vn I cnl hat s ai il I proof will he mal lefora J udg. of :0 II ij tJO P .ir Orlando Lv 9 10A *t.0 ..
"'ed "t'f'Wwreno: D. Whill";. ,. the Circuit in !.i-s Kl--ei> Ut I i i. of the ,
l'ourtor ci-
eubject as that of refrigeration to fall into p.-rf'-'c; i >tist'icti h ni. or III 'u u 'y i"f'iuc\ \ Kos 7. 8.
daily Soliu
own hands through the aJ' S.l'. Feb.! 1SSS. Mr. wni't- Circuit: Conrt. ut "r':... Florida.OH! trui- between Jacksoai .. .
larl.i.l. ?, l'\ir '
l Ii !Ii .
and uilfalls. Prlcrt J"> snares l &L'1lll4 Ill. 1-tO._ __ except :
I fctck Lawtey ) I y is a "f'rPI'Ollli'Wlit( iirtu in t'ns I Sunday has fullnian
company. 'I I'I-Igi.! ___ ._ ___ MZ: J JIm A. Uohin. St "''c'Iurh.a. II. L. .Ol:2) I chan ant sleeping car ,f.i
For the last six from the llId bis' lisoar.o betvfcenj.
years cr more lullint1 ( was \er.v widely I ckoouvillaaud 01 lando. 'f'.
Mr. E. Todd an : '. 1)1' th- N oi'SBi Sec IS Tp 0 S llIlbt'2Jo I
first crude devices of C. S. Duiling and / I I. as lie; slIlrt'rt'lllI'h severe p in. I :. J tu' II Hllt'\tile f"n.\\jug witness s to prove _:aTTi1::: \ i 'T.v3ipA"pivrSri I n '(""so" &* r
lion as an incorporate IH I I ::. I H.tOIl.t '.)., Merebaius.l \1ar-1; :Xo pap'-r (';11 be iaib:Is'.I.! -ul) without I continued residr-nce upon cilti\i.tioii of, 112..
12 Lv Jacksonville l'}
II p
W. II. Pillow. Floridianb have been experimenting N. 5ue bottle for s--lo i i. intescslid sa jut !:I"1.h: : J-.ihn Kleiliclibidt.! John C Ar tt-Op *t&'e
laws (>f the stale for such (3. bv home pairomigc! and every ir.an: i 5 :05 p Ot'SaLv .''rnllol.di J' Ar TOO :
with different systems andappliances remarks made ( W. II. KlVKUS.: I in kiepiiignpa l hllnh:11'1'1'. 1 If a j 1itIiiruI.' ) Charles E %Wvmstn. Joseph! K. Me Cher, I i 750pllS5aLv1010pW25pLv l'&llabalAr 553p P ,.a it{
ing were by I ail! of Staike 1-liiritht. i I
railroad fact' fi.is wimi'"! the rifpwpiis \\ Baldwin Ar 0.pf.rd8a i iLvllMa
of refrigeration aud : or :- ALFX. LY.NCH. Register. Ik "
; every 'YI 7 00 I
Oil. Knickerbocker. Todd.l''c. n i a 54UpLv WildwotnlAr 130* :
The South is
Hopeful. it. < ;
If LroSsgj
well-informed will bewr out the E:TC expcc't'-l! to \vor'Hr a ------- 11 40 a 7 h P Ar Dade City Lv 10.0 a 415p .
grower Lantey, Mr. S. F. Mrs I Haiiisnii c.-iinnl ('lIllIl'latl1lh t olll.1 public meeting i I is wanted h fur any I purple. NOT 1C 50.BYvmTvroFANonn'c;. 1 so p 850 p Ar Plant City Lv 9 15 a J 50 P .It r

writer in tbe assertion that the most successful Starke. on the subject in : III iL been will I Healed I t l"y the southern !I I he newspaper i is cailc I u ion tor a five :; MADE BY THE 1S..OplOI3pAr Tampa Lv 820a J '
in fact the vrJy thoroughly successful wide spread of !!'' during her vi-it t'1I'lth. lld. 1111I"'II.! l .Inolkc. If any of the societies have: a .-upper I : !'. I'onn'y Judftin 65p Tarpon Springs Lv 785 & t
a ) I tnnkly tint I I the hospitality of khid I t III'I"I! R'ni for t'l" l''III.t.1 ITrudtr-ni.! state of Nils II and U daily solid trains between Jacksonville
reception !
I s.iy.s or
system yet found is that now and united action to obtain -I any I Ip'I1' Hiu-'ila.. eNfi'-i-in i'ivb.'iKmuers.: ( il.ite'l! :March and Plant ity. Now.3 and 4 has Pullman
I !'" her his: illlp"I'' '-' her I iVI'' i ii I' the I chairs
tffered the C. F. T. The very : expected pu neccssirynuiice. : ili.- 5ih Aj li I1-1, ajipointii-ff; in" tit: tin Irr in- a .d s eepioj tars between Jacksonville
by company. ly desired the berry ,. Xt'ill(11 M\Vannmaker >uyI The newspaper* must puff the I I t-d K- Ciiiniiioner, to sell tic: tuiluwnif real and W ld wood.iO Jt 31 daily except Sunday.

J Purling cars: are a success only for short motion Messrs. Stafford I she has not been kindly and icspccl orhools1111: everything else to advance I I I i estate situ-itod In said cminty of Bradford state I 13 I CEDAR KEY l). I 14 (

hauls for instance to Savannah where and: E. Todd of Lltwtl')'. received.: Her husband has offeudeil the I interests of I the business men of the I or l"ori'lj: beloiisin' to the estate of Allen Oei. er I 1120* a Lv Jacksonville Ar 600 .
Uiadforii defeated krown ,
1 ite of suJ c..ur.ty 9P. P.P. uplcndld combInation
Gat-kins and of I r.Tsi'.5n'ccr ia I'
the fruit is then unloaded} nut transferred Wyman. : ( I eolith a good many times since he hel place: and then give them It liutr.lsounefliti1e I and dfM.Tihcd full-nvs; west half of the southwest and pruscriho* with snwt nailtfactlon tar the curw of 10 03 a Lv }ernandjna Ar 7 CO p

to report its committee). | l Inc I'oslnaslt'r general but when she when they p'iss II WI\). And yet I I qua'i-r and the south west quarier, of the I all fun. ,.,ii 'nc.e'.t ?rl''rv. Seroniary and- --Tertlar3rsvfSn.iI. 12 HiSaLv 2.' Lv Callahau Ar 5J5p .
to the steamer but the most indent defender committee on permanent north vet qUlrlerof Section sitt'e''. Township P BaltrtnnWaldo Ar 505 P
south that usfAfus '
:s forgotten of them do
I seine nothinir to keep up a seven south of Raiujo Twenty-one.\W J. of s I 313 P Lv Lv 210 P 4_
of the Durling system would hardly meet Saturday, April ht is conceiued. borne paper.Gladstone; (Mich) Ex press w _V on I III w !V of n w K sec. IS T. 7 S KS1 ea-.t ) a 53 p Ar Gainesville Lv1 20 p .It'
consideration. _.___ I 8 10
further u hundred and p Ar Cedar Key Lv 8)aNos.
trust his berries aboard! thore cars for coiitaininc- twenty acres more I f
Staike. Messrs. S. Powers. A Sale IiiveafiiiPiit. It Knucki UiUKIaliirla.Kilraio or li"S. Ky virture /f said order' I will sell nt ll and 11 daily SOlid trains between ;
tho long haul to New York. B. II Alden in behalf of Is 0110 which is oarameeil to brinu 11):1k..Ot.k out Sullivan if ho public tuition in rout of the C--urt Ilou Next came the A T. but it to but that has do witlitho I in the town or Starke In said count.f Bradford II KK.NANDI.NA AM JACKSOXVILLE BR'CH. ;,
company 'appointed co-operate SHtisfafloiy results, or in -a.c of a wishes nothing to on the 7th day of April .\. 1>. 1MM -
failed to giyc the growers ttatibfatti. n. and I tee of Starke in tile 1 ure n letuni of purchase pi'Ice. On I malu-in which "glows wild'* I in some I the san being a legal sale day and the ttri-t Monday ., Bt.ihlHtlc Kheumuiljni. Surtifalunt Clcennuivre I roI I SI I I 6iT'I .}}
carriage now in ) sale plan you --ui buy frnIH our all'j'tiSfcl of t'"e swampy rpgon.s (itS tbe South. A in sd.1 month the aforesaid desorilied lands =>, Glandular. Swoillngs, hneutnatlsoi. JltUrla,. I 9' a 4itpLv Jacksonville Ar $50& 135n :
is cd) Ct"nnl<- nce- 1bt have rctre4 rren'roint.La' I
it now practically out of the field dcC'iiou. During ihe ? driisruiht a bolt'e' of Dr. Kill 's I man who h is bccnjLherc, wri'es: lielonzing to the estate 0 said decedent, said 11 05 a : 5. P Ar jo't-rna"d !llLv 7 15 a ll 05 p f., .
hands are to IK sold for distribution amo g the 5 tO p Ar Brunswk-lc Lv 700..
LithEly came the organization now iu the Peek for self and othcis I Discovery) e" lImptiul1. It is I I liroenville, s C.-? Cifiuleinen-Having I heirs of aid decedent. Terms cash Purcheser I -Trains Nou. 5, 6, CO and 01 dally. solid i
field the C, F. T. company. This company il proposition to build i a 8h4 I I I lIlIralll'f!" to biinp r..lit.illl''t'ry I wi1-**, usf from Stmke to connect w bon lined: for any all'M-liou ot Throat Tonicsinco --:, I cnecrliilly recommend Match 6 I!W.; Commis-ioner.Commissioner's ) Brunswick is via steamer. Sleeping cars Brunt.
bAS been for
experimenting years; 1'. uilroail. and tugs 1'1' ("heft. stV'h us Consumption, it to those sntt'ciing fr'm loss of kppeiit.* ---- WICK abd Atlanta. AI

beginning cautiously I iu Southern IMinois' was refeired fur future upon "Jlam mat tout ot Lun s, Itroiu'bilis, and dyspepsia: ; \1'0\, a preventive 1 i>f Sale. I 9 t 1 | WESTERN DJV'N! } 2 I l5"j

then extending their operations a little As the direct object of i Ii in't, Whooping Coujrh, Croup ete. malaria* having used one dozen bodies I Under and l hy virtue of an order or decree is- --- j 7lX a 760pL> Jacksonville Ar 94.s& 1441j& '
1)-1 1 in Kl-ri'1a during: the montbsof is pleasant and a repabi" to taste I ;) ed out 01 thePiobite Court of the County (ifBnuhf"rd KOap 85 pLv Baldwin Ar 855p 240p
further making longer hauls from Tennessee somewhat illd tillill'. not Oi-tol-er and 1 November Io.-.t-J. l '. of pbIini.! MctcuiUl rnUiin, Ti-tior. IcaldtaaJ.etc.etc. 2-> ICOaLv
1 .\ sad and can ul\vays be 1lte: FloriiJa empowering me lf.. 1'. Ii i pi-wrfnl i.oIr! wnd iin cfllont ap itt- P Montlceilo Lv 425p 730*
then from 1\1i "i liJlIi and J.ouis-I the ( nil until revealed by I Trial bottles free u: tho ) I'tllit"IIII'-I'1'1.1' /"i'. If you don't want in have malaria I' thereto. 1 will sell at public auction in front of 4i.8p 2l l7aAr Taiiahas Lv 322p SOOt
I eguliou, tliosu present \\ ---.-- then buy a bottle itt.1)r.. Westmore- thoivuirt Hou>e door at StarkBradford County :Mp 318aAr Quincy Lv 229p 4 10 a690p
iana crowing stronger from success decisive action ut this Ilnd's1i .a'\ a Tonic for 5 'e and 1. For Fioridn, on Monilay. April'rtl A. [). I'*!!', }>e- COp 410 a ArKiverJu. t-tionLv ItSp 3Ila .
Will ManoneCo? fallow in 4 CO
t Ce t.t.11 the legal hours of sale the }? a 101" a Ar fensacola Lv 8'Ja ,.
reaching out to both extremes of the subject probably will be sale by W. H. Rivers to thee tale of :. 8 10 1 55
It is understood i'i Washington thai tinllice _. i desi-r bed property telonpinK a p Ar Motile Lv 1 03 a i 3S p
1, continent to Florida uiul California.: and formulated I in Cotlitil of consul I'ans has been -- -- I Putrk-k Murphy (deceased to-wit: Iot. One. & i.4U1: 7iOpAr Xew Orleans Lv 815p 81aa
the public! I invited I to I general to : Is Life worth Living? I Two. Three and t onr in Set-ion Thirty-fl\e, lf:kj ; OpAr Jlontgon-.ery'Lv 3 10 a
--J At that this company encountered strong tll Gl'lll'ul Mtthonc. If Ot'u.mlI"hlme !1 Township Six i South of Ranse Twenty one EUS.L p.l( li42aAr Ltmuviltt LvllSSa
ill general meeting and IVris Not if yon go through the worldadysej Said land sold to debts of estate. Terms 5pAr Cincinnati
oppcsi'ion III I'alilornia but goes to he won't lie veiy pay Lv 755aKt.
they gradually ]> >tic. Dr. AcKer'.s Dyspepsi.i Tabletsaiepositive ,u l./t..h. J.L. FRAZI-E. 1 let, b'jIWInjr up the svu'.eiu rnrl'lly.Liulios 74-spAr LOUI.H Lv 7 35 a '
mall'. with 'hiuii.terV( hilt-
: uvert-Hine it l It y doing good work. Temperance \ Held.; piob.iblv Both tl.e I euro tor the'iiist foims ofDyspepNta. March 7tb. 1'90.) Co. mi-i"iier. bin .i taiyurg whnno>condition y>tema arn J',Duiwmed, to menflrnaT and whose!iredi bload!"r1- C 3i> a Ar Chicago Iv 11W p
ate lepulilicans. -
They took the fruit nt BuLnunento IndigoMion, Fl.ituleney situ I I 1 'I rains Kos 1,2.9and 1itaily.. Nos. 1 and t
or Edited by the Lake Butler redeeming! lealure i.f the Xt.YC'lk (Consliiilion.I( (iuar.intccd! and I sold bv LAND OFFICE AT UAINESVII.LK. FLORIDA, I. I have 1'ulhnan vestibuled sleeping cars JackNjn-

otlur cities partly iced the cars, then ran Money is great i1I11Ot"S ;political course under 1ciii.lS (6 W. H HIVI.RS. March! :M. ISOO. f I vii e to Cincinnati and New Orleans. Passenger
I fiTICE is hereby given tnat the followinsN coach to Fensucola
: that .Malmne was roasted --- -- and Flomation. Local sleeping -
to the of the ierr where ice tain class to
& is plenty in i
engagn Inherited Blood Poison o 1 named settler has filed notii-e of his to.- cars to TallahrfR ee Trains 9 and 10. accom-
the coils. N. ilhl'l
\ I the democrats ion to make final proof in support of his claim. mudation. Solid
and cheap re-iced and scaled the cars honest and disrepula' le traIn to River Junction.
republicans of Virginia would! object How many people there are whose distress and that said proof will be made before Registerand 9 1 ISU\VAUEERlVEhROiffE: "
then ran across the des-eils through a higb was not for tbc money to having Mahoue sent out of tie coun- from SOl'ti", uches, pains and eruptive Receiver at Oaine.-ville Florida.. on 2 I *>
teiuleoclesHre d"eto inht'rilt'tlIIJolld MAY 4T1l 18l". 7 00 a T5itpLv Jacksonville Lv 94Ap 8 45 a.
temperature, to Chicago or vou! to New vendor, the liquor trallle I ry. poison. Bad blood passes from parentto viz: Luther C. Weathers ot Kingsley, Florida II. \bUnid- ate cloani'.n.r..prlUi p cnlla.h (00.11\.1 of by f.th P..t wonderful_ PrtcklJ Alb tonic,Poke and I Su)5a) 850pLv Baldwin, Lv 855p 80S*

York. b.ing sevca or eight days on the once. But it is ihe mnUt.) child and it therefore is the duty of E. No. IS-'ntt. for the N X of SK" of Sec 8 Tp 6 SIt Knot aol P..t-ium. 05' a 10 25 p LvH Lake City Lv 723p 61S&
Can'tSleep Nights 53 E. Ile names the following witn8< toPIO 5allpAr121ip Jasper Lv 528p 4 43 a
rOld; aDd delivered the fruit i.i faultless regardless of (' : Is husband and wife to kei-p their hlunu.hpuu.e. I \. his continuOIl'i O'eoi.tt"nct' upon, nn-1 cult lOOaAr Valdosta Lv 418p 335*
the complaint of thousands suflVriii This is easily siecompli-jhed Itya ivatio of, aid land viz: W. C. Iadd. L. W. | SDp e3IaAr Macon Lv'045alll3p
condiliou'hcllcnr it started in thai condition good of the fellow-man AsttiniH Con.sutnption, Cmulis, timely use of n. B. n. (Botanic Blood Kickliterand W. O. Star of Kit.gsley.! Fla., andJ. 9iOp125pAr Atlanta Lv 650A 70&P

} I'tieir cars arc now in active aud they know it is poverty tc I Did yi>n \er tiy Ur.t'k r' ]' n- B IJm). S'mllBlond Balm I '0., Atlanta, C. B'a-' chard of Ionia '.. w--. *."unu iu uaiiy AO. i has Pullmaa
gush Remedy It is t ihe best preparation ALEX: \NDER LYNCH Register. CII. & sleeping cars be'ween Jacksonville
increasing demrud for the California f mil.ii.iii and ruin to him who di : known for all LnnirTioubles. Sold (;a., tor book fit'most C.lLViIt'9llg proof.James Macon to all points north anti and Macon;

'i-- I .... ._ I..'U_ .L I Iw on II ill, AtHntu: Oa.: writesIv' Ticket office 88 W. Bay webt.
4'1 I"U UI 'IInc me u\\riui they care so they get his positive guarantee at 2--)". and 5o-. two sons were nHlicU-d witt bloolpoisou Notice for Publication. Depot loot Hogaa treet street cornarHor n.
JackaonviUe.n .
Illinois Central ruilio'ul, in par. uancc of with the man who was I S W._ _II_ -ItlVKRrt-- --,-. which doctors said was hereditary. LAND OFFICE AT QAINESVII LE. FLORIDA, I LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors, A. O. MacDonnell.

iu policy of developing the ton week before last They both broke out in sores and trllll-| March 2-'d. 18'JO. f 'V7EOLE3A1S: : DSUCCISTS.Lippnan Maxwell, o. P. A.T.'A,
country traversed fiy : Florida in l hat the lollowing- lien. Manager.
Winter. ions which B. B. u. piomp'ly controlled N'OTICEIs berE'by'en Block. SAVANNAH. GA.SEEDS .
by its lines urnis-hed the Louisiana: had not been drunk lie Tourists are Mill P"lIrilll.pnto Florida."Florida and finally cured completely.Mrs. settler! has filed notice of his inten N. S. Pennington. ,
lion to make final proofitiupport "f his claim lraffi,. 'ilaliager.
gronira u u-frijjerator service below cost. been kille>l. and if it :! l said a railroad inaunale.i ''is* S. "1. Williams H.1IIII.Tl'xas.. and that s lid proo s' ill be made before Register Walter Coleman, Gen Traffic Agent.

the ClIllil beiug owned and operated liy the liquor he would not ii.t drawing tnnri-Ufor a vaiintyof rea-ons; w.itl'sJy three poor attli-ted. chiKlren and Receiver at Gainesville Fl."Ida. on May 2S.I..I.ISil 1 sl ,
its delight fuul eli iuito I the, ease; aunt! roin- who inherited blood poison have: improved viz: Absalont Lane, of Wallo. FloriJa. II To whom it Concern
railroad. The bei vice was MiipiUingl} and if i*. had. not been f. i fort Of Coin's.; there in a short time the rapi.liy.If'1' a use of B. B. is. It E. No. 153')8.' for the W,4 of NEV Sec 34 Tp 7 S I may :
R 21 E. He names the followi g witnesses to AH persons are hereby warned not to trust
cheap costing only $1 85 per IOU pounds tolil him the liqiiur, be cold Wt')1 her which has prevailed in tho is a iroiKond.' prove his continued residence upon. and cultivation wife. Julia Knteht, on my account as from tbU my

or less than two cents a quart. Thcaru got it, so he would have North, tint ho discovery that fnliiornia J. R. wil4in Glen Alpine station. N. of sahllnnl.vis: H. M. Tilus, of waldo Flaaunt day on no debts of her' will be paid by me
can no linger claim ihe rqu-tI; '-1' iii- C.. Feb. 13: I 1SS"- writes: IJone and bliodfoNon R. V. Hdton Joe Milliard and Frank Origer, T. B. KJtGUT.
of the C. Jo'r.. d tnpany were txcludei in all probability. '( mate th it Florilaciinfll t'.esp, with its forced me to have mv I.-JT am pm- of Starke, l-la. 5I.rohl4tb.1690.

from thrirrond; the Illinois Central haI: givi-th his cighbor MMiMiilicfiil I I hotels liavrt befn I indnceinonlt :tied and on the stump there cornealuyre At.lANDER LTSCH, Register. > Sam

whi -h have III hi. Florid the ul'-er. which grew v O''H every day -
things ItS own way on its own truck. thy bottle: unto him and ural I home oft e winter 1 to'irist and peo-I'at-I until doctors gave me up te die. I only' Notice.By ITIa

But wh.it do we lind? For two years ken." Therefore (' plu are continuing to i onto in..' weighed 1 1:0 pounds' when I b iran to v'rttlt'.t an order made by the Honorable 'A / '

DOW the C. F. T. cats have been carrying i of God the man that let take B- B. B.. and 12 bottles incre.isMl: myweitrht Win. F. Malpliur ,3udge of the CouDtJ.ourt in III.i cS '
c We can and Do 10 ItSd pounds and ma-Jo me well and tor the County of Bradford. Staie orrlorida.oxercisi .
Florida l berries to Chicago, and they have I vur that made, him drunk i Onaranlie '*\cker"s Hloo 1 Jj"ir, for and Hound. I never knew what good K probate pow rs, dated January 27th t 4:44V'

delivered them in that city in tuch good 11 the sight of the Creator. it has been fully deinoiistrated to I lie health was before. lt>90. appointing to sell the me followii the undersigned g real estate as belongingto Commissioner THEBE3T
in this i that
condition that they have sold nuicli above ful responsibility rests ) people I country it superior Many Persons the estate of Sarah Pons. late of said County
to :1 ii other preiinratioiiH for blood di
-- of Bradford dt'Ct'a-ed, situate l in said roiinty are those by
the Louisiana berries (though they are sells liquor or advocates ea-en It i-, a positive elite f 'rsyi>biliii'i Are broken down from overwork or household o Bradford and described as followThe SE4oftheSWV put up

better to be m with). Now come the sale and use .tS a lcvi-r poi-'onin!, Ulcers Tiiptions aii'l pini cares Brown's Iron Bitters of Sec 16 Tp 7 S of flange 21 E containing D. M. FERRY & CO. '54
I jt ,-,. It im-irirs the" wh""J' a d rebuilds the system. aids digestion. removes ex- 40 acres more or less. No *. by the virtue Who are the Largest

.LouUiana growers and IIbk the Illm.iis pity him and opn Lis thor.in-bl builds tip the ('r"IS(it ii''iou. ess of bile. and cures malaria. Get the genuine- o said the Court order Hou-etloor t wiLl-1I in public the auction T.wn..f in frontof rke Seedsmen D.M.FpRRV&Co'sBeautifully in the world. '4

Central nfflccis to let the C. F. T. cats The sup.emelouit ( I 7 W. II KIVKRS. in the wild County O' Bradford on the first Jlon- Illustrated. Descriptive '
thvjr road. --- -- nay in May, A U. 1S90 bring the 5th day if said
run on Meetings of the rendered dci.i.1IIII
growcr a 'these are Sirnleln Paper and iTIii t I month and a regular sale day,the aforesaid des SEErrAMtll1ALfor
were: held last January nt Independence eous dictum wa laid ( \\ 'Rrry CoiiTlctluii. .-ritlt'd la ds tie'Onging to the t*-tate o said decedent. -
Said real estate sold for the avment of 1890 will be mailed FREE to all
and Ilninmond La., in which formal legislation could The val uie ot'a recoininendatio'i i wh'llvdi'peii'b Beware ofso-caneaLlverR nI I
a legalize Terms cash and
lators Balms, All d..bt.'Iof said estate. puschaverpa appliCants. to last season's customers.
? on I the giver of it; as spurious etc. are Imitations i inK for titles. L. B. I.BODES. It is better than Every
ever. -
made the I of
reqiit-bt was to ofUcers of Was manifestly this Original Medicine
opposed on
I put
a'ld alle,e l teslimnnials I are as plentifulas I April 4. ISA Co-iitnissiouer person using Garden Flower .
the Illinois Central in New Oilcans the I 'aiulatn the mU'.etlc'r';; alter it was e.h'tished.and I Field SEEDS should send for it. | **:
to According to spirit ( t lie leaves in bri'ii. or th" sumlon 1 sold en its reputation. Take this or

allow the C. }'. T. cars to come in, as uo Sill t of Kgisl.itlull! the se-a; i be-u-h. When a get le.nso of I wuthrouanctemandte original, which Notice.By D. MFE1RYCO.
s 'ih ppMiiinence, however a" the Hon. I hasT_ e aut3 -icj-.h an I picture of Dr. }'L DETROIT. MICH. %
they curled the fruit in better condition loll, as it U ten limes as I It.V Wilder, mayor of Albany Olt I A. :mmonl on the!frort and these wordi virtue of an order made by the HonorableWin. tI
1 on of eich bottle and F. Malphurs. County Judge ot Bradford
top e:"Trade
pack :
than the Illinois
Central JultCI The speaks bis words o-irrv with
relrigerators did. ; lottery gets I weight I IMaik TI'r1st'ed. consisting of Name Countv. Stat of Florida, exercising probate
Their request was granted. The C. P. T. while the saloon gds them lie Rays: "I suffered 15 years I PIC tare and Autograph Nov. II. I8.fJo"I poweis. dated April 31.luiOO. appointing me cOin. .c. ,
I wiib Rheuinttisin And in that lime'lriadJlI1 missioner to sell the real et-tate 01 J. M. Fan-
cars will carry LouiE&M; beuus to New your brains. Yet within the M>-'lIll\I s|'eHii-s j( I coul I heir of.j I cher. late of Bradford County, deceased, situated FOR SALE.Valuable I -

York for f 2 50 per 100 pounds, or about state l'e belling of a '\ j One of th -niof.t iiie3 a bot"le" for nine In Ions said: The County southwest of Bradford quarter and of described southeast as fol ORANGE GROVE on .,;?' ;' .4' _ _
h 'tili'. and \ ielitHmi! I iIiet.Iv rall"SOli quar- good terms.
3} cents u quart. to be tiimiual ad, \\ : t 1-tisfor47 Jt.rs cured INDIGESTION, ter of the southwest quirter and Inc northwest
who I'UI.S on the B. A w. railroad, I PlLIOi'SXt -. A qu-.iter of the southeast quarter of the southwest
1 Now is il'wiso for the 1'lori.1growers., rnii: is a'.l right. : finally ..(It me a I t.otIeot I I'. 1*. PIt\ h'k- 6>ICK liPAD CJ H, J.os OF APPETITE,, quarter section tWt'nt"fuur (C-4 towimliios'ven WE treat and PEMAHKSTI.TCUUE.

in the infancy of their busnies. to make isn't il? ;, "Iipot..h au-i ot-issiaio) 1111.1 1 induj -'- I II SouR Sjost\CH, Jiv SPIRITS, i out .7 south of ran I I C'l mo to try u* l'hi" riit I but 1. sh.w war on buch a system with its lung ex- j I its u-marli'ible.' etfws and after uiing it I II Dr. J. li. Cravesr.dUor of The Bafi'st, the nfiresii.l appointment I will sell the ahove Notice. z and BuKdicAL. CASK. 8exr.vi -
aud its trained The success of the li peiieuce cr ? Is
body lime the rheumatism
men for l.ott)
upon debased mauhoml. ['i a disijt I I age of your L IVL r'edii:ne, un J hac used at public auction in front of tht' Court Hou-e All! per'ops in 1I.'b''d to the estate of J. 3 t. 3tr.'t, and CHILPREJJ the .
it to lie Eupix>atid that uu asaoution i-f ""1'hJII umldefiumied pt'trt"11:11 1 I jell like a new man. I t..kefiicit half: c.tic. In.i>r'.
t : jil"nsu 0 i ill niinandiiin: it 10.. no belter Liver le"u'.ator. and certainly Bradford between the 1 gal hour- ufsale. 0111 I >. deceased wU; cll"e forwardi.U nia'xeim-' 1 Eii11th-Jor J-Ucesses, I'D v4*"
growers can manage a line of refrigeratorcars I. liquor liccURc issued LI I i rheum iti snH'erers. w. II. wil.ier, Al- I nonioiuof' eUa's n'.iture. Momiay the Mh day of 'Iay.\. 1590.the state j me.liatepaj inent. and all porwn h.ldl'Idims r.ncl: tlv 13 hLkdJ Mutut. Ar
better than the great Illinois Central? a uioilgtge HUT the Cl'a"! banv. (; I. ..Sassa3-I; e Co-.Tropr's, bei'itc a leal sale day. Said lands:o be sold sub iigainstaid i-stitewillpresnn; then duly au- *Tce and mjx--nifiC-rt SAXITAKICM and
in bl.iod overliiiiiitui, tile St. i.ou.b, Mo. ject to a inoitga.se. on t .1--I? hell. "y JUs. X. tI,,) ucate I I. within th"limtrL't'f'lrt'll bv law. or 1-.IVAT3 LVIKG-IN KoKprr.1. inconnee-
Granted, that the rates are tin' hi Ji at people I \ Abb..u' Elbt Indian ('.ru Paint i.-'arett.n-w: .'ils. X. '-:. abn"e.! Ti-im-scabli, this notice will be plead in bar of their T",v'IY.IJ. i! ,n. >Jooic of Mfs, witu nartlculam for
mt.jj ti.i.- ..
-. prownl. Nobody dispute tnut. But is i !.. .t quick euro lor Cor s>. lhutiou" and j un-haser luving for tZt&I. 1. ALvAaft. Home Cure KKfE ba. BARKER'S 1 DICAL -
t diffcici.1. .. I
warts. P.. JUlODES, April 4.18 0. Sheriff and ex o1v1o'Administrator. & SURQirAI. ISSTITUTK.Street. L1 YortfprtiCe
Apr.14 IS 0. Commissioner. $ AUV1LLZ. TK.

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ESTABLISHED 1877. 'I BRADFORD COUNTY- TELEGRAPH I Good KACKET working'pants OS cents Miss Ella Rivers has returned OREGON'S() W I I IT WOLF.. !
\ the STORE.
at .. home from her visit to Ocala. j
The largest and the best selected OYRAK1
! 1 1.-- -:- stock of flowers, ribbons and !silk Next rolld.t\" is legal sale: day DESCRIPTION OF A BATTLE BETWEEN j f

: I. G ALVAREZ Starke, Fla., April 4, 1890.. gauzes at B. WUkovBki'p.. I some valuable! property will be sold WOLVES AND ELKS...

4 Alabasters for coating walk, all :Mrs. Strong and family will soon -. ,

Local affairs. desirable shades, at leave for N. Y. to spend the sum- Several Rarrher of :> nlieri, OrrjonOat :'ftlrt ;

Tmby, Sternbnrg & Co. on a Hunt After the Miran ler!' of ;:
Milk\ shakes at Meacnatn'p.A mer.Mr.
Two cases of fancy ginghams just S. F. Gardiner has some very Their !Sheep noe"and Mret With anti-;

DE.ALERI fine stock of candies and crackers received by Trilby, Sternburg & Co. handsome specimens of phosphate eltinj; .\oh-Mltnre j
at Walter Wills rec'd.
just You will find all the new and desirable in his office taken from land not far I The owners of t>e large hecp( ranches j
Lemonade and soda water at wash fabrics at from Starke. .
in the ricinitr of Linkville. Ore. have' i I
Meacliam'f.Imported \ Sternburg & Co. been much annoyed the dpre1ations 1
Truby, so by 1
:Master Jackson Davis befounil
brandy at Alvarez & We have the largest line of ladies', behind the can now Mr. committetl by I he *vJiit>, \\,$:If in $

Liddon. misses' and children' low cut shoes counter at their herds that a grand hunt for th 's< '
J G. Alvares' !store' ready: and willing Tie,
200 Ibs.! fine candy just received ever brought to Starke. daring marauders wan org-ini.a: : i
, to wait upun customers.Mr. white wolf of tII.'rn Oro.;":1 is tif! > !
at Walter Wilk Sternburg & Co. i
Trnby, 'I POWDER
fiercest animal-r.oi even evtX'ptLi the
MILLINERY J. G. Alvarez has a cash
"of register -
Stonewall Jackson Old Oaken With worth goods
every $1
bear-to I be found in the o>ntry.. ami u
the RACKET STOKE of the newest and ino:<-t
Uitcket and Old yon buy at approved
Valley whiskeys a formidable looking: ha:>t. often attaining Absolutely Pure.
3011 receive a package worth pattern. It is a daisy; if !}
il hand
: ways on at five feet in !s'iih and c'\riYl ,
*" Alvarez &; Liddon. 40 cents. don't believe it, go in and see it as a yearling\ calf. lIi strength' and j r TW* powder..ne,er 'ari r!'. .A mn r.rt of purity.
I strength and haJrsanH-n ti Mwrp ect'amIca1thazi
Fancy flannel shirts 48 centsat Remember Youjjet a 40 cent work.D. ferocity are rel11lri.aLI0,1 hw courage I I iht ..rolin'll') kin*. ami cs not be PoM mtcotcp
the Racket Store. packajre with every $1 worth of umlauctcJ. >*titt..u with the multitude< of low t wu.
I New ham sell
Good You buY Ihe RACKET wants to you short "'ei hC.lUiun or phosphate1powiVr goki
"Parlidos" cigars at at all Knowing him to be a rather tough customer Ditty h v\t><. li>T-AL u.'IoG ruWDKX Co..lit
IN THE LATEST NEW YORK AND & Richard. STOKE. I -not eVE'T\.thing-hut yon may to tackle at close quarters, the I WaJ)!laa"rt"c.:Sew York.SHIP.
need in his line. He deals only in
Sec the prices at the RACKETSTOKE. I hunting party which consisted of half a.
: harness, saddles and other furnishing t.tck i .
dozen of the neighboring;: ownersanti .
If you want the best;; hhoe--one goods, handles only good a correspondent of Tii> Independent.went i t

that: is: perfect tilting, call: for the All silk ribbon at about halftheir stock and sells cheap. thoroughly :irtu rt.iife.t: ; him \\i iJt .

Hough &; Ford Rochester hoe at valUe at the RACKET Store Rev. Mr. Darley, of Vienna. Ga., hunting; knives, ret ol*"ers In.1 l rifles. Thf : YOUR

Trilby, .Sternbnrg & Co. LADIES trimed Hats from 75 cunning'of thefluiuuil in era-ling: ur3iti
A Great Display of SILKS, LACES, RIHBOVS, and ORNAMENTS The famous: Anheus I itash lagerbeer cents!! UP at the Racket Store. formerly of this place, was m Starke i h incn: >lil>K*. and :afior chasms u ,'oullc'
last lie in the
Sunday. preached
Bangle Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair Ornaments, on ice at Alvarez &; Liddon. A full Mne of paints and oils at M.: E. church to an interested congregation all nfcht we found onrlv&j\ no nearer'(FRUIT and VEGETABLES
mention. than before S') just at to numerous to of fine Sternburg & Co. .
. Styles The best assortment flan Truhy, both morning and even decided and breakfast wa. t
nell shins at ihe Racket Store. upon
For reliable harness, saddles etc., ing. eaten under an immense piu- growing in I 1'u.'I' .
Hats hats and
. HamblirgS, Swiss Embroideries, Plain and Embroidered Hemstitched come Witkovski's.get your honestly made out of good stock pat- Walter Wills has sold one half i ir a narrow glen. between two rocky crags :
choice at B. K. !
. Suits, Len() :SkiFtings: and Van I Dvke Laces, Queen's Lawn, ronize the regular harness dealer, D. terest in his business to Owen OwensJr. about a quarter of a iaie! or a. Httk mure :'

India-Linen, Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn and cool Take temperancedrink.your girl to .Ueacharu's fur a Ne\\ ingham. lie has just received ., the style of the firm will now be in low length stream; and trickled through over; which a pebbly a littL-alial-bottom. 'I' BARBER M RTm & Co.

another invoice of goods which he Wills & Owens. These gentlemenare
Nainsooks Solid and Fancy.Striped chickens We kept as quiet possible, for the
Wheat ecreeringa for at
offers at low prices. well known in Starke and needno .
tracks: of different animals ia the sandy
attl'ens. Heiberger & Richard. CHICAGO.
recommendation from us. They banks of the stream showed that it wasa
French Suitings!;, Real anJ:) Linen Chambrays, Nun's-Yelling, Straw hats 500 dozen, in prices Monday.Mr.County. meet next will add a new and large stock of frequent resort of wild beasts and J
ranging from 5c to $2, just leceived bPfortc'thl.01:11 finished
goods. suro enough : r.\n
Henriettas Side- and.Suitings etc., etc. lteI.rtiet' :inv Oommrrrial AjjeUvil : -.
at : &; Co.GO LaCrossewas felt tl.e grouh-1} p
Truhy, Sternbnrg: A. G. Cooksey from we U-gia: t.>> tretubk-
Prof. C. J. Bryant, of But- al't'. A Uu-liar.l. Starke Fa.I : .
week. under the tread of bandof ro-r
The IA e of Bushels Seed Peanuts for in town this an approaching I
Largest ler, was ill town this week. The
ttale.by Walter Wills. some La rge; uim:1h Quick u>thoughtwe
, I Lancaster, Saccarappa and Ameoskag Ginghams ever brought South. A All kinds of temperance drinks at Picnic season has arrived and the professcr has a new and improved had di:>lH.1'8e01 and taken!; 'up stations I I
people make good use of it. method of calculating interest whichis about two hundred yards apart in the
beautiful ? of C1IALLIES at 8 cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and Meacliam's, opposite post! office.
CUSTOM MAIn SHOES. Dr. H. C. Smith, of Lawtey, was i very easy and simple. This meth- underbrush; which was dense* enough to ; Tate Powell, M. D.,
, ORGANDIES.: od should be taught to our childrenin conceal us completely, and yet admit of
c THE COMPLETKST: LINE OF Ladies, we are now handling the in town this week attending court school instead of the old and tedious us getting a good view of the game.: J PHYSICIAN AND SljROO OSa

Uongli & Ford perfect hiting shoe. Rev. Jos. F. Shan lIs an-1 We had scarcely time to breathe I
family in Prof. fretly
offered the trade one now use. Bryantis
Children's Misses' and Ladles' Hose ever to STARKE: FLORIDA.
This line of hand-sewed goods we have moved into the new Methodist teaching this method to all who before the lower growth of ttces: closing; t _
; in Starke. Ladies' Ribbed Undervests in every style. Parasols, confidently assert are the finest shoes the entrance of the little vale parted and
parsonage.! choose to learn and guarantees it to THE BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
- Fans, Gloves, etc. Brown and Bleached Cottons, Table Linens, ever handled in Starke. Give us a _u the form of a huge elk appeanrd,advancing I ,
be correct for $1.
i Warm weather and rains have only
call. TrubVi Sternburt & Co. proudly toward the strdmve had
Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Towel Crash, :Summer: Jeans and ; STAKKR FLORIDA.
come at last. Crops and trees are Walter Willa has removed his just left. A nobler looking; creature

ir Cottonadcs. Buy yonr cigars, cigarettes, tobacco growing nicely.Mr. confectioneiy store on the wharf to than the elk found on tho Pacific coast Does a General liaukiizFxchan Luinesi .

and groceries with his stately antlers, siu-h the o liouph! :i'nl -..ld on nil principal
ill LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF SHOESIN Alvarez & Liddon. J. Q. Adama had a good time the one- on Call street, thus} condensing as
his business into house. 'In hunters of the eastern states have no clues of ii- l"nit'il States and
this week in the vVitkov.ki one
New straw hats at selling of and his
conception dainty tread and Europo.
order to do this it became
stock of necessaryto
Trilby, Sternburg & Co. goods. ; sensitive nostrils cannot well be im Collections Promptly Attended ToVOl'R .
make which he did
11 Every one pleased and fitted. We are sole agents for the world-renowned Finest }&utter and cheese, Hams, Rev. Wm. Scott, of Lady Lake, I more room the in his agined. The fine fellow I have spokenof
by partition .
; removing :
advanced cautiously. the air UISINES.SSOLICflED.J.
Shoe. Shoulders at Walter Wills. but one of our citizens. came hereupon
$2, $3 $4 and shelves.
store putting up new with the excitement of suspicion but he : M. SJoI1HIE: Pres'uN.
Potatoes cabbage: apples, etc., at a visit this week. Walter is and ,
an enterprising man: bad already passed our most distant out-
A Meacham'rt. when hr into his storeve ,
I The orange trees in the lake region guts new post, so, apparently thinking return ---- -

,jt FURNISHING GOODS, Trunks and Valises. Saddles, Bridles, Mumm'sT Extra Dry Champaigneand : southeast of Starke were not may expect) : to see the best stock of equally hazardous, he brushed forward I HO A III) OR ROOMS.
Dublin :Stout: for sale by injured at all by the late cold snaps. : goods iu town. and was followed tho next moment by
i Harness -the bf.'stV 001 Collars always on hand. Alvarez & Liddon. a herd-one, two, six, ten-it was i impossible .1 \VAXTKD-Af: ( iv Romleron
Tax advertisement! for this county Miss Ada Applt>yard and :Mis:' to count them. re onaMe: : lernor will letRoom,
FANCY GROCERIES AND J list arrived a carload of Warsaw .1
*, will appear next week. If you ha'cnut Mina Colburn tit Jamestown! N. Y. But before our rifles could i I-e brought either furui.iit'l! or uufurmheil.<

and Farming Implements, Crcckery, Tin and Glass Ware, Furniture strawberry crates. 35c each at }paid your tax. the tune is short. were in the city this wiek as: guests: to the shoulder a new actor npi>('arc.d 011*! Call on or address ,

and Stoves, also; sole agents for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING Heiherger &; Richard. lion. B. Williams of Providence of Mrs. Strong and family, they had the scene. A white wolf quite fix feet I MRS.' P. It. JONES,
Every lady should have a new hat. been spending several weeksTat D-- in length, and the largest the rrritrr of
,. 0 MACHINE-works button holes, sews on buttons and does every kind received stroke of I STARK, FLA.v. .
Come and get them before they are a patalystslast : Funiack.: They left for Silver Sprint this article ever saw,came Lou I'mv;from -

of Fancy work, all for the same price as other machines. all pone. Going cheaper than ever week from which he slowly re Ocala, St Augustine and the north the belt of small timber alreadypoken I \ H. RI'ERsDE.tLEII I

.. at B. R. Witkovfeki's.I covered. via Mammoth Cave and Cincinnati of, howling frightfully, and sprang: on afawn
CS -
its -
3 drinking near mother which
Come school board will
will not he undersold. County meet where they will visit the Mis-es

t c and examine my block. next Monday. :Some very importantmatter :Mary, Kiltie: and Netha Strong. The : screamed the ground.loudly This as seemed..the wolf to be bore the it signal to I, Shoes

4 Always the BEST GOODS for the least MONEY! J. \V. Hodge; will come up before them as ladies were much pleased with 'I' for the rest of the band to appear-, :hats
unfinished 11\1 illcss.
For Gents Furnishing Goodsgo \ Starke and Florida in general.Mr. and they came yelping down the glen In I

to THE RACKET STOKE. Judge J. M. Baker, of this circuit, : Geo. V. Adams has purchasedthe : pairs and threes their bloodshot (' Clotb.i.n..g

Nice new buggies for sale by is sick at his home in Jacksonville People's restrurnnt of <.'. II. and gaping mouths, with smoking, JOU-I &1Gants' -

1 1 THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE N. J. Jones. and could not hold] court in thin Moon. "" 11-. Adams: i is an old handat ing tongues proclaiming that they FurnisMng! Goods.
hungry. Inspired by the
same feelingof
Duck eggs for !ale. Keep ducksin county at this session. the business and will guarantee a
to what would I
curiosity see come of
your berry patches and destroythe The fruit growers of Lawtey and good meal for as little money as any the wolves during the attack every man DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.
' OF THE STATE. cut worms and crickets. eating house in the stale. Everything ..
: Staike held a conference at the forbore to interfere and quietly watched .I -
... Heiberger & Richard. court house last Saturday, in regardto will be conducted in f first-elate: the combat that ensued. Hnving jnit :r'firivl :1 larjjr: stock of
- <' Call and ste the new stock of strawberries. style and, all of the delicacies of the For the elks:;, which had at first scarce I. the t'bove goo4. \rc nw pn'jnred li. supply -
\\ Bod rates on will be served order. The seemed to the I your wants. Give u* n cull anil intpei -
shoes at J. l'P. season to ly comprehend intentionsof
\ JOBBERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL J. W. Hodges is selling clothing, Orange trees are coming out now farmers when in town will find Mr. the wolves, soon collected themselves) f :: our !-roods Inrfore fcnyinj! elsewhere.

and trimming is in order. While and their heads. RIVERS &: JOINER,
shoes, hats, notions, and in fact everything a Adams always ready to serve them tossing great began: to
i than he has ever good many :ti c killed, others are not with good meate: and the city folks paw the earth with their fore feet, making -! .u ; ST.KF! FLA.
:? f Always keep a full line of the latest styles in hurt as much as was feared. will haw a ccnvicnt I'lall'tu: a the nir resound with their wild and j i
before. get '
_ _ furious llowing. They formed a circle
f Have you tried Svyeet Home flour? Rev. Jos. F. Shands has had: printed lunch or HI'all)1I short order.P : about the wolves tht had crowded I: LIVERY SALE

Parlor and Bedroom suites, Sideboards: end Chiffoniers. The sales are increasing every day. this week a neat little folder containing FOR TilE BLOOD around the body of the prostrate fawn : ,

The best trade ties it. For sale by the names of the officers; of S r Weakness. Malaria, Indigestion end and presented to them a formidable raui-

Heiberger & Richard. his church and the various committees. Biliousness takeBROWN'S IRON BITTERS. part of bristliiig heads. This circle; narrowed -r p -un I-
/! CLARK & LOFTUS Straw good are cheaper this It ocdicine.cares quickly.Get the genuins.For sale by all dealers In I and narrowed until it completely: I
inclobed the \wolves that now Lcg.ui to: FEED: STABLE
spring than they have ever been. Mr. S. Powers, editor of the Farmer realize their danger fur they kIt Uu-irS:

t See the prices in thi line of goodsat and Fruit Grower, of Jacksonville TO RENT FURNISHED prey, plunging forward at aUt-tT with I' CALL STm: T. STAP.Kr. Ft A.F. .

;. 40: AND) 12 WEST B IY STREET, Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. was in Starke this week having snapping jaws and snarling in a frightful HOWARDS Jr., Prop.

< The TELEGRAPH has no field agentat been summoned! to serve as a grand manner that revealed their sharp, t ,

present. Mr. T. M. Spot is no juror. THK gleaming teeth. But their ferocious onslaught SAI>mK HOUSHS :\1111 CAIIRI 1C.ES

: ; CorreIqwndeHvesoiicited.. I.:. Jacksonville, Florida. longer representing the TELEGRAPH. ;; was received on the lowered antlers nlwltH rL'llly for u-e. 11l1ulln. .n sprriitUr.Give'ino .
. No court was! held this week ow- -i ottl before cuutntct.
that in
'---- turn struck at them and sent you
,,. B3?Sell Yoti the Heat Goods! for the Least Money.\ ,_ Notice to fanners.-50 bushels of ing to the ill-health of Circuit Judge Saratoga CottageOne them howling back for a few moments, We Strife turl ..f'.
t seed for sale by
f peanuts 'Yah..r'ills.cheap H?ker. All business will have to hesIIspentle4l but only to return again to the attemptto .

1 to the next term in October. break through the bristling: wall of

y ; Bargains in shoes atTruby block fioin Depot. The best their antagonist This performance was ,I

;. House : Furnishing : Goods ; of : All : Kinds. Sternburg &; Co. Mr. Oren Seidlc, who has been furnished Public House in the to'vvn.Everything repeated again and again, the elks closing R..R..i'i- K -, I: ...

Another.I of wagons just received together nearer and nearer at each
the winter with his
, & Co. spending people new. Terms leasonable. repetition until they finally assumed the
Truby Sternburg
by ,
. in the city, has turned to Eureka, offensive altogether and began to attack
Just received the largest stock: of Kansas, where he will engage in Parties with small children n' (;'llnot the wolves with hoof and horn. For a
ladiiR and misses hats in Sta-ke.
business. apply. C. II. MOOM, Proprietor, few minutes the scene was one resembling -
: Mattings, Carpets and Window Shades, Rugs and Mats, Bed Springs B. R. itkovski. pan clU niuUJ. The plunging and
Mr. J. W. Batten of ,
N. J. Jones' mammoth dry goods Sunnyshle.desires Starke, FIa.DRUG leaping: of the maddened trapped wolves
Comforts Mattresses and Tin
Crockery Sets, Looking Glasses. to publicly his thanksto
emporium is filled to overflowingwith express and the steady rising and striking of the

-- new spring goods, and prices his many friends who turned out bodies of the deer, with howlj of pain

lower than they are this and helped) him so liberally to rebuild intermingled the shrieks of rage and
Willow Reed and Rattan Goods his fence on Tuesday the 1st fearful snarling, made it an occasion
of all Kinds.
. season. _
inst., lately destroyed by forest fire. never to be forgotten by any \' ho werepresort.
Every purchase of 25 cents entitles -
: of the wolves,
one makinga :
ATTENTION to a ticket on Ten Air Alunic Mr.\ U. D. Miner has! on exposition -
STRAWBERRY MEN you desperate daah for liberty,broke at last
:I I lox: at Morgan's Bazar, post office in his show window. a huge rattlesnake SEAiDITAND from the drcle and fled down tlic valley This Space is reserved ..

Ship your Fruit and Vegetables to building.i that was c-iptured: last Mr. T-, who was next neighbor in for the
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:MIn: \. DPIECIK:, week at Hampton by lIr.1.\ R. JAVA& MOCHA
DONT FORGET that Truby, the brash;;; sent a shot after him. but it
334 VYathinsrioii: Slieet. N'wYurk ( ily. & Co. Beaplcy.! his snakeship seems as was apparently without effect, and was Racket Store.
Best of references. For stencils! blanks, postal cards and other Sternburg are headquartersfor OFFE.
the mercantile line. contented as could be expected under likewise wholly unnoticed by the clka. .
information apply} to n'. \Y. BALLARD, Lo'al Agt. everything_ the circumstances, and i is! viewed In 1 half an hour the combat waa ended,
*: bear in mind that will .
STARKE, FLA.Mallory's Please you by hundreds of people every day. and the fury of the elks being appeasedas
-- find a complete assortment of all ; it might well have been. fur they
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got.ds usually offered in a first-class Did you read Mr. J. G. Alvarez' had killed the last one of the i>lves-

New Yorkflorida Lines. general store at'L'ruhy big advertisement in last wt-ek's i isSue I iI IF they withdrew so that we could see tho

Sternburg & Co. ? If not, don't fail to read it A PERFECT ART AlBUH? CON torn and bleeding bodies of the wolves

1 Our stocks of clothing, geats' this! week. This wide-awake firm TAINING 24 BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHS that lay scattered about the deadfavtn.
believe ink and in F flEE REPRESENTING TEA The deer began tow to thLir old .
.i and shoes printer's consequence betray
: New York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and tbci.SniJInn t: furnishing usually large goods and complete. are 'un- do a big business. Don'tforget BE SENT ON-RECEIPT AND COFFEE OF YOUR CULTURE ADDKESS., WILL I uneasiness at our hidden presence, and .

J, 1;:'. t FERN \NDINA. FLA. EVERY THtjuiuny D" Truby, Sternburg & Co. to call and see their stock CHASE & SAN30R", we, judging: it was time to haH some
rruiii \ NEW VORK, EVERY FRIDAY 3 p. mJ while in the 87SHOAD ST., BOSTON. sport in our own behalf sent a volley of

_ .j .. -IRON STEAMERS- 75 dozen of the celebrated Guyot city. shot into them. Three of the beautiful
'I'heabove named coffee for Bale
;.. 1 suspender just received at Tmby, Miss Scotia Bunker, one of Starke's stately creatures fell plunging to the

; RIO GRANDE Sternburg & Co., and offered at the most popular young ladies: left for exclusively by Truby, Sternburg Co. I ground in the death agony.-Helena!
c Captain Connor. unusually! low price of 25 cents per Foit White last Thursday, where' (Mont.) Enterprise. tl JQ tiT pt

, \ "air.. she will spend a few weeks with her I STORE0

. ; STATE Strawberry : sister, Miss Kate Bunker. Then she DUDe by" Hand. I
TEXAS growers
She(dotes on art-Do draw?
\Vllliams.w You save by buying goes to Madison, where she will you MINER
Captain money lie that t
,. p your crates atTruby spend the summer. Miss Bunker 4- ; __t get.--PhiladpJph'a Well depends Inquirer.A on. the cards: I U. D.

City of San Antonio Sternbnrg &; Co. mademall\.frit.nds \\bilehere, who .3 Eigtr q I,
lot of are very I loth to give her up. ;\F;: *\ :fI.h9 : : Lady's Perfect CompanionOir .
Wilder Just received another baby
: Captain ; .
: : 44i ni'w rnv>!k hy Dr. Jf.hn II. Dye. one .
Steamers leave Fernan Una on arrival of train leav ng Jacksonville 4:35' p. m. carriages at Truly, Steinburg & Co. The Easter! number of the New of New Yolk's most skillful pl-yMcian,*.

Thursday.Traina We are offering the South Side York Ledger is rendered especially: shows that pain! is not necessary in childbirth -
of the Florida! Central A Peninsula Railroad from all points ttouth, Arrive tnt results froin '
In Femandina 7:00 p.m. and 8:3t a. in., Thursday, making close connections. Alan'g Co.'@ 32 quart Gift crate at attract \e by an uncommonly beautiful and overcome. -cnu4es It clearly i'y: ..understood .veth.it

Steamers stop at ISrunswi- k, Ga. only, and arrive in New York MondaysSCHEDULE 33 cts. This is the best crate in the cover printed in colors. The I ; any woman may become a tuotlivr pr

/ market. Truby Sternburg & Co. central design is a picture of Easter without buffering any pain \\bnttvtr. It
: morning in the the road to also tells how <:; The most complete line of gents'fuinishing country overcome prevent rlt '
,,; '" LEAVE K Jw: YORK. STEAMERS LEAVE FERXAXDISA. church, with u border of Easter lilies J. L. GASKINS. I nu.rnii g sickness: and the many other .

Friday April 4. ....... ............... ..RIOOR NOE.... ?................ Thursday April 10 goods in the city at >\iN' FI.lday.AJlrilll................ .....ITATBOFTK.S.: .. ... ......... Thursday April IiI 'Fruby, Sternburg & Co. This number contains the first chapters niALER ISDru .. lt-C. WATCHMAKER
"I Friday, Apili It$.. ................ ....KUMiRvNDH........ ...... ........ThuntdlY.J1ril 241 of a new story by Amelia E 'iy pbysc >im evcr\Hhm: : :i i* : '
,. -. V I ". A'"i >............... .. ST.\TEO..TI.X.\S.: ... ..........Thursday Way 1 Embroidery flouncing are offered : 3's & Medicines wife's true private rorupHnii'ii. Cut thii i -.L."fD- .
FrldaT.Ma 2.. .... ........... ... HlOOK\NlK\ ...... .....................Th ir-day. May 8 : j Barr, entitled The household of :MeNeil out: 5l will) wive you gn-at puln. ,mt| ptJI ffibly '
I "* Friday May D .................. ....TATE OF'TEXAS..... ....... ..... Tliur-dy May 15 very cheap bvTruby !,, which) well and bids f.urj I Starlie, Fla I\ your life. Nod twc>-cent stI.1p focJevriptive :)'.E'YELE / ;
optiis ,
fc Co.
i'r gtneial IiiIii iu.t':'">ii ,,' Sternbuig i to rival Jan \ edder's Wife, so far : Physicians'! Prescriptions I circular! testimonul und ef)atideutid ?
77 West Street.Jacksonville, Fla. STARKE FLA.Cpeclal .
J It( << UTI.1CR Agent Bar letter! st-nt in -.ii-d! .1
.. ,. G. R II t'Kit Y, AKCnt rot CVutrr St. KerLamhna,Fla. Surah silk in all colors at j i the best known of Mrs. Barr's; romance ; .t.'ef'Illi c.vfIll'r.nmdtc'lit all hourt-day or Address FKAMC: Tnoius & Co.eit4.pe.l'uhli. attention Rirvn to repairing Watch* }-'

C. H. MALLORY & CO.,, (General Agents, Pier 20, lIt.., X. Y. % Truby, Sternburg & Co. *. m'3.H era. Ba'iimure! Md. e at OClocks tfasonsbl ana price Jeweiry.&e.r for cah' .Ac. All Work doc ;;



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The upshot of it all was that Gerald er Seth was really dead, with the cunning been measured in a very ingenious tOOhe8ter, Pa. tfent..-The bottle ,TI I'. :

gwflf Ml ffiount\ jj leUgrnpfo! grew more and more excited as the mat- of a lunatic both ehe glided hands swiftly in the i way by floating a sensitive ::aperoid Sballenberger'sFma to W. O.sent Anderson me In February of this Jill I tsTI
in good back, and dipping last 1 gave and r'I1l .
ter was discussed, and indulged a barometer, to which a recording apparatus standing case of chills .
he long
many threats of "taking it out of Cran- gore, daubed it on his coat before was fitted on the surface of ,the place; a He had tried every thing known .

Published Every Friday. refused to extend could prevent her. the fever. permanent go cL In less than
in he that
brook's hide, case water. It has thus been proved without any Antidote he was
of horror
the time for payment.He Gerald uttered hoarse cry of forty feet from I ten days after taking lOur through \1 .
attain a height gone
could do nothing by waves BOund and well, an
S7ARKE.. left the crowd at about S o'clockto and seeing that trough to crest in a fairly heavy sea, entire season without any returD. It

'-.l- -_ l look for his creditor, going direct to himself, started an a run for the villageto and probably very much more"1 in violent the seems to have effectually driven the Mala- I Ii
assistance.. On, on be rushedat his system.
Seth's little office was secure poison from
THE LITTLE WHITE HEARSE. called.the "bank He, was as not there, so Gerald determined the top of his speed, when suddenly, gales. rious Yours truly_! V. A. A.m>UOr.

'. in which there were three men The Voyage of We. to the drum- i .
So01tbo J's baby wat buried to-day: to go to Seth's house. wagon IT 5fJflsrather personal .
;h.. The empty white hearse from the grave rum- Weston was sensible fellow,after all, !. returning from Seabrook tunned a corner Life is beset by evils and changes and on every from major when the band behind him hatl"BostonCourier. starts up:

-' % bled back he in the road. Gerald was hatless, side. From birth to manhood Is "Where did you get that
matter saw
And the morning,somehow, eemed.le II*railing and as he thought over the and his wild appearance as he ran towards manhood until old age eternal vigilance remedy .
is one
Crasbrook There .
lost his temper health.
and gay, that having their At the price of headaching -
A I paused on tbs walk while It crossed on its would have him at a disadvantage in the them excited curiosity. that has savad many a rickety mortal, to a life of Gratifying to AIL .

: way. and he determined to take a the very moment Weston first saw the blood-poisoned,dyspeptic health. It is knownas The high position attained and the universal -
seemed drawn o'er the suns his hand happened to touch one usefulness and robust of the pleas-
shadow and approval
And a roundabout walk to the house, so that he wagon, Sarsaparilla,and it is a Sarsaparilla acceptance
golden track. took of the clots left by Mollie: on his coat, Dr. Bull's Not a thousand ant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs, as
.. cool down before the meeting that is a Sarsaparilla.
might laxative
\ dollar excellent
shehad for a the most
remembered water .
Somebody's baby was laid out to rest, place. On the way, strangely enough, he and he suddenly doses of molasses and essence of the best I the value of the qualities on which its success -

White as a snow-drop and fair to behold. Jim Turner,whom he smeared blood on him. but a concentrated and other alterative is based and are abundantly gratifyingto
And the soft little hand*were crossed over the only saw one Cranbrook's Ills heart seemed to stand still. Whatif virtues ot sarsaparilla where other sarsa- the California Fig Syrup Company. '- 4 tl iTFw1
miles from it cures
J met some three herbs. It heals .
breast, be accused of the crimesMollie have no more elect ? *-
he should
And the hands and tfif lips and the eyelids place.At parilla and blood remedies water. If your AH economist Is often a man who can tell ;?
unable to tell thing much stagnant withoutbeing q
was any than so economize
I were pressed about three o'clock that same after- ( alterative if you value every body else how to
With kisses as hot as the eyelids were cold. bronzed sturdy looking fellow, about it just then, and might never be system craves an a great injustice if you'ail able to do it himself.-Texas Siftngs. -
noon, a better. He stopped. The men lie, you do remedy. Demandit *_ '
the blue clothing commonly any to try this excellent .
Somebody saw it go out of her sight'Under dressed in rough their horses.and shouted to and take no other. Florence, Ala.
the coffin-lid out ot the door. worn by the fishermen, was seen whipped up of your excursions to tvi--,

Somebody.finds only darkness and blight by two or three people entering the little him. He was confused, bewildered by Sidney Times. _- The personally conducted city have been so successful :

All thro* the glory of summer sunlight- garden in front of Cranbrook's house. the__ danger. in' .which he found himself.Without TIm influenza has become BO common thatIt his rapidly that growing the Chicago &Eastern Illinois 0

Some one.whose baby will waken no more. "There Weston," said Elijah lias- u knowing what he did he turned i! no longer interesting. It is a sort of Railroad Evansville Route, will run one on
i goes which at that to speak.-Boston Trans dates-Feb. 4th,11th,
woods chestnutso
and dashed into the hoarse the following
.. 5omebc y', sorrow Is making me weep. kins to his wife, "I guess bo's goin' to each of of Alabama As
-z "
know not her name, but I echo her cry Seth 'bout the mortgage." Every- point skirted the road. cript. tr:; -..- lSth and 25th. For copy information send to : I \ 's4.
see and further ; .
IrI the dearly-bought baby she longed so to That Unfortunate action was enough. A Woman in the Case. It Is, Chicago,IlL
body in Seabrook knows all about every William Hill,Gea.Pass.Agent. '
keep.: The men sprang from their wagon and There always is. She is the power boInd : \ .'
of the
its long lasting sleep business. That is one over :: -S
that rode to body's
The Awomau'sinfluence
baby him into the brush, he was the throne a yisUojr to a great ::
Za the little white hearse that went rumbling charms of small places. following his the man who loves her js often absolute.To IT was who presumably sang lth all iU vaults I i1

by. Mollie was! alone in the*house that afternoon soon overtaken. The blood on wield so great a power to guide,strengthen love brewery thee still."-The Hotel Qaiette. t \ \ \ .
.. \ noticed, and woman's mind ;==
As she clothes was the first thing and help her husband, a :
4 I know not. ber name,but her sorrow I know. and it was baking day. confused and terrified at the awful position should be clear and healthy. It can not be I HAVE looked over the list of Ingredientsin
While I paused on the crossing:I lived it once camo from the pantry with a dishpanfulof himself Gerald if she is suffering from any functional de- Bulls Sarsaparilla and havo no hesitation -,
::4 1"more flour, some one' opened the kitchen in which he found rangement. How many a home is made unhappy in pronouncing it a safe compound that 41'

And back to my heart surged that river of woe door without the formality of knocking. refused to answer the eager questions because sho who should be its life promises well in diseases to which it U ap- t< & 9

That but in the breast of a mother can flowv llaskins she showered on him, or, in fact, to say anything and light is a wretched depressed, morbid plicable.-L. Y. YandeU,M. D.
For the little white hearse has been too, at Expecting to see Mrs. Invalid! Wives, mothers and daughters __ c.O

... t my door. turned quickly towards tile door. of hii why suffer from "femalo complaints" THE inexperienced carver is apt to find __,-rINTELLEtTUAL..__---_._______:---_-------- tea
said .
murder one .
'Pesrs like lives away, whenDr. work both ------.a .r-- t
Demorest's Magazine. -
Ella Wheeler Wilcox in .. "Richard!" she cried, "RichardmyGod fhich are sapping your will that a knife. like some rules can
captors. : Pierce's Favorite Prescripton Free Press.
Can it be ?" and before Richard those about
.* you "Yes and like enough he has killed renew your health and gladden
Weston could cath her she had 'ou. It has restored happiness to many a avoid harsh pills. They
ALWAYS purgative ;
SIN. )
: : IllS BROTHER'S dropped the pan of flour, reeled and fallen old Cranbrook, said saddened life. Why endure martyrdomwhen first mako you sick and then leave you con- WOMEN.
: ; behind field
After binding Gerald's hands release is so eas.In its special stipated. Carter's Little Liver Pills regulatethe -
\ 't! unconscious. him, an operation to which he submitted there never was a restorative like the "Fa bowels and make you well.Dose.one pilL "I do believe those women, -.s.' 7
Suffering for the Evil Dos of An- When she recovered her senses she for he was completelydazed vorite Prescription." ... Who for years and years and years, ...- -
ifr found herself in Dick's arms. had taken MOST of us worry over our trials, but the 1 Keep: polishing their intellects, 't
other. ,
"Mollie "he whispered ".Mo lie, dear- by the turn events To CLEANSE the stomach,liver, and system lawyers worry if they ha on't any.-Yonl- To ornament their biers"- -
Choir captive, drove tc use Dr.Pierce's Pellets. 25 cents."NOTHING especullr provided tot
1j It is I, DIck, I tho captors, generally, ers Statesman. should again cill the attention of their sex to the remedy
est--open your eyes. It 14called
"::4 "Have you seen Dick anywhere, Miss: have come back to you." the white house. is harder to bear than a long CotonT- -) HOARSE.. .-The irritation I the correction t1f their physical! ailments by Dr. R. V. Pierce, cf Buffalo.have used

Jeffries?" dazed Two hours later Gerald Weston occupied succession of pleasant days," sighed the which induces coughing immediately nleved Favorite Prescription." Women for years and years and years
Mollie ,
two was
: "Not since last night," she replied, For a minute or of the lover a cell in the little lock-up chargedwith umbrellamaker.Fli'gen: .. Blatter.. by the use ', lironchitTroches. it and have pronounced it the best corrective of all "female weaknesses ever
by the sudden reappearance of murder. No ." Sold only in boxes. ,
him crime
enough see invented.As .
I Cured.
"and was sorry she had mourned as dead. Then the Consumption surely .
then." h. and one questioned his guilt-the evidence To EDITOK:-Please inform your work the principl I Invigorating, restorative tonic, tains no alcohol to inebriate; no syrup! or
horror of the situation came to r, TUE THE: street beggars on an the stomach and
cir a
'Why, what scrape is he in now?" repulsing him she arose and tottered against him was all too plain and readers that I have a positive remedy timely for that nothing succeeds like distress.-PhiL soothing cordial a ad bracing nervine, for sugar to distress.sour or ferment It is as* peculiar in its 4..

Gerald who knew that his twin gently cumstantial.That tho above named disease. By its delphia Times. and f-eble women generally: cause in
in to the table, where, flinging herself Mollie lay cold and use thousands of hopeless cases have been debitt. Fayoi te Prescription has no marvelous, re a it c-
j brother Dick was wild enough to get into a chair, she bowed her head night poor marble permanently cured. I shall be glad to send ff loo PRIZES-Case School of Applie equaL In fact, it h the only medicine for position. don't be put but
her easily
: kind of mischief. still with a little mite upon bottles of remedy FREE to any of entrancE ailments worthless compound d .
any to burst of hysterical two my Science offers five ?300 prizes on the peculiar incsomo 4
and a weJmtad )he" ,
T "Hero is father coming, and he will gave way breast who had never opened his eyes your readers who have consumption if they examination. For particulars address President dent to st1 d-t uder ,rmmende to' ju a. "Favorite
answered the weeping.For tho world when he was born into will send me their express and post-office Stale ', Cleveland O. feme that the my
about it
positive fro
tell you all few minutes Dick stood watching upon address. Respectfully.A. SLOCUM!: M. C., satisfaction Prescription" is ip.fomparable. n
a give
the little familywas that it will in a f cry case
turned from her it, and three days later tork.Ii' ers, manutetureru'unprecede1tedOfferto97'-
girl as she away ques the woman's agony. A smile of in 181 Pearl street. New THE collapse of a real-estato boom onl] or its price (JJ.OO) will bo promptly
of or money
man in case,
hidden from sight taken out satisfaction every
ItS tioner. sun-burnt face and away I means that the wind has been It improve digestion,invigorates ante
bluff triumph illumed his the hillside. is use to talk pessimism to a darkey Republican. reude aches ought to convince evrlva
lorning-morningGerry, said the churchyard on no of the sales.-Binghamton enriches the blood,dfcpels refude -'
gleamed in his dark eyes; then, striding of Gerald's with a five-dollar bill.-Terre Haute Ex dispels fat. A Bk.on Aet
"'bout for The trial came, and in spite sleep,
Jeffries, ready and pains, produces refreshing
old Captain laid his hand on her Dress. and their ((160 pages), st
across the room ho of the facts, the evidence .. No Farmer Should Build Any Fence melancholy and nerv'usness, builds up ur U
statement ten cts.
your trip? head with the old caressing motion she. in Best! Dr. Bull's Worm Pe- until ho has written to S. H. Garrett,Man! both the and Strength of those reseal,in plain envelope for i spduc
"Yes, all ready, but Dick hasn't been said was all against him, excepting GET the tasto good. fieldO.f Catalogue of Fence:Machines.etA fie healthy It is a Address,WORLD'S DtsrctSABY
remembered so well, and : stroyers are the best They stdad 603 Main St, Buffalo, N.Y.
what This was a very impor- Con ASSOCIATION,
and I don't know one particular.
.; homo all night, Mollie They are safe. They are sure. medicine- a beverage.
has become of him. I don't want to start "You have not forgotten"me, ; tant point to be sure, but the jury did CLOUD upon a real-estate title does n< : .

short-handed." you love me, you are mine. not allow it to weigh against the cir- A VAX makes a grist of enemies by aspirIng always have a silver linin .-Hdtchinso] =- -

"Wai, I'm'dummedr"What Checking her sobs she replied in a sumstantial chain which connected Weston to things other men. want. News. Dr. regulate and cleansb the liver,
lost all its music, and -
has he been up to now?"asked voico which with the crime. Haskins and his No STRANGER should leave the city without FOR twenty-five cents you can get Carter Perce'sIFelets Sold druggists.plsos .

Gerald who was really anxious. sounded hard and unnatural: wife swore that they had' seen Gerald &box of "TansilTs Punch"5c. Cigars. Little Liver il1s-the best liver regulator i i stomach'and bowels. One a dose. by

chasin' old "Not yours, Dick, not yours. God Weston entering Cranbrooks's house at the world. Don't forget this. One pill 0.dos
"Wall, they ain't no good must be on .
Cranbrook'swife would lift me, you
me I am Seth with the. IF you Easiest to Uie.Cht'apest .
forgive ;
which tallied exactly FOR
Nick around the stump, was the reply;; an hour REMEDY CATAIUUI-est
3 higher ground.-Emerson. A MAX who itches for fame must scratc] I For
arrived thero if he Relief is Immedt. A ce I crt
here last night timo he would .
"fact is, ho came up around lively to secure it.Epoch.a his no
? I out on "I know that," he answered slowly had direct from the beach. Turnei BEST, easiest to use and cheapest. Piso'sRemedy a Hea eq -
r staggerin drunk 'n jest opened gone 25c.A .
mine Catarrh. By druggists.
. him. I told him no drunkards could and distinctly, "his by law but by declared with equal positiveness that for r --- Mr THROAT HCRTS 1 Why don't yc

come a-loverin' my gal, Mollie, and I right. I am a rich man now-come with he had met the prisoner three miles MAS who attempts to flatter you takes use Halo's Honey of Horehound and Tar
:. from Seabrook, and we Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minut
me-far away at the hour. for a fooLPrepare
from Cranbrook's same you;
... ordered him out of the house. away .
). ... will be happy together." reluctance, It is an Ol of which a small particle I applied t Hxenostrils.
'\ At this moment old Seth Cranbrook She The fishermen, with evident Ir ever expect to get rich you mu:!5t tent Sold by drJlsb sent nu u.Address -

\. :tz._ joined the other two, and catching the Mollie's from eyes the dilated chair and with throwing horror. his told of the threats made on the beach, for SpringNow make you money when times are hard. Ince E lz -Warren, Pa. .

I last words joined in the conversation. arose and a motive for the murder was thui
t her shoulder, took three slow the time to attend to your personal conJl- -
hand off of Is
Dick I be supplied. The jury's verdict "guilty"was
I the chance to spring season. :
f backward from him. After looking ton In preparation
"Wall I him poundin' steps l; generally indorsed by the people as tired
[ 1 drawled. see instant [f you hare not "wintered well. if you are I
face for ,
'long toward Gulf Cliff 'bout 'leven him full in the an correct, but owing to the statement ol out from overworkIf your blood has become Impure I -

o'clock last night." she said in a low voice thrilling with Turner a petition for Executive clemency from close confinement in badly ventilated \ \ \ \ r ,

.. indignation: should take Hood's Sarsapa-
it it it it wi was largely signed and forwardedto offices or shops. you
: how dare you? How dare you I say, at Boston. Thai tllla at once. It will purify and vitalize your blood. .- I
seaweed-lined tho Governor
all the
: An hour later, and insult her create a good appetite and give your whole system SIRUP OF QU1BK,2S MM.
como to an honest woman commuted the m TOES TASTELESS '
crannies being thoroughly official a humane man,
pools and were tone and strength. 1

examined for a long distance on either like"Nonsense this?" Mollie!" he said, after a death sentence to imprisonment for life N.T3.-If you decide to take Hood's Sarsaparilla -,;' !" : ManIo1I9 Mgic CRT FOB TOES STPUP OF QlllllUE, St.IMS .
search and the hopeless, white- other.Hood's i CILRE
side of tho cliff. At length as the Years passed do not be induced to buy any

; _- was about to be abandoned one of the pause. "You are the last woman in the Bo haired convict lived on, counting the STBUP OF QUHIK h I Sweet I LII Spy -.,_
world I would willingly insult. Sarsaparilla __ I
I beforea __
men turned over a clump of seaweed days and hours which must elapse -i _'
with his boat hpok:, and beneath it, in a reasonable. Seth stole you from me kindly Providence should end his suf $1 six for 15.' Prepared only BCo. con GIVE TOUR BABY BITTER QUIN1HE.TcJi *0.
t to Sold by all drugclttfl. ; V
lIe has no right l
little ho saw what proved to!: be a i while I was away. ferings. Many attempts had been mad .Apothecaries Lowell.Mass. lq '
pool, and love iric- by C.I.ROOD& wil! fate LYON'S SYRUP (Qwnms 1
for I love you you but in vain. Several 10'1 t
bluecloth coat; torn and ragged from you to secure his release, I b ,.
DollarToll's -
ing ground between the sharp stones. and you know it! wealthy gentlemen, at the instance 100 Doses One ': c __ ">*
I X'J .. '7
The man hastily shoved his hand into At this moment Seth Cranbrook stopped of a California millionaire who hadtaken 1 -:: ,'-: -? I.C .i *

; the breast pocket and took from it a at the open door and heard the last a deep interest in the celebrated I$2$3$4i

'- mass of soaking: almost pulpy papers. words uttered by Dick. Before he could case bad used their personal influence Pills CANDY fur our Box Strictly, fey BxmMof Par* f r

The writing on them was still legible, recover from his astonishment Mollie'svoico I with the Executive head of the Com I CANDM3.LT ILIGAW? .
deal out with no uncertainty, no that Weston I AK CA..IY -ft
although the ink had run a good rang monwealth. It was urged ',- 'rt V..Ccr .
to- and it needed but a glance to read the wavering in it. had but a few months to live at least '-- FLOYD A MOONEY MEMPHIS.m :

I II' address on one of the envelopes: "Mr. B. "Richard Weston!" she cried, "you and that his conduct during his long imprisonment : Is an invaluable remedy for -*ua 1 it*IB mn_m-**_ 'I,

__ __ ____ _
ard are a contemptible .
Mass." are worse than a cow you had been faultless. Undei 1
:. Weston, Seabrook, \ \ PRANK SCHUMANN.GmisFIsIilDgTacU.
Tho corpse was never found, but it scoundrel to propose this dishonor these circumstances a pardon was issued, SICK HEADACHE TORPID \ .
, (
: '4 was universally conceded that Richard to me! Seth Cranbrook is not here: and one warm June morning, Gerald 'pwe\ ARNICA LINIMENT Cures alI !

4 4 Weston, in a fit of drunken anger, had Wit I, his wife, order you to leave this Weston found himself outside the door UVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES L. DOUGLAS I Pains, Cuts, Bruises and Scalds. .'..'" -A ,

I- drowned himself, and his body had been house!" of the penitentiary with a railway pass recommends '. SporSln's :

': -- carried out to sea by something mysteriously Like a whipped puppy, Dick turned to Seabrook and a ten-dollar bill in his MALARIA, COSTIVENESS SH.OEF FOR ANIMALS, I IB"SESD CA N"D. SKlles. .:;

alluded to as the "currents." without another word. As he faced the pocket. for Charbone, Big Head, Founder, Stiffness 418 SlaIn IOB&.ep.x TLOGU T.... 4'a

it door he saw the white, stern face of.. Mr. Weston, I believe," said a gentleman AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. 3 Sores, Etc. lI TI'UU" yea. J.

Cranbrook who, with uplifted arm stood GENTLEMEN. Dr. WAU-KE-MALGII, Tk. Orwtr ladles ,:.
Seth's to him.
I : Three years p3. sef1. stepping up Sold Everywhere. 1P FITS Beet. PoItlTtly Pleaatlyan4 Perm-
at prepared to bar his passage from the sir '' said the ei- e l
once and her father's importunities "That is my name, WORlD mf* neatly C.r IT8.1T8IJT llw
1H THE '
p Mollie into The house. It was the first tims s' PITS Roots, uk. _
last drove matrimony. convict, gravely. Shoe for tratedBook on riD and one months'
I Captain. and in fact nearly every one interested The sight of Cranbrook appeared to in seventeen years; he had heard himself Ladle Other, Hneclaltle Mine and In Boy Is Oeate..n: FITS P'.treatment Tim.th* WiC-M-liCSM, ;
madden him and darting to UNLESS NAME
business in "Mr.
in the fishery was addressed as A.aTo SOLD KVERTW11ERB.fjf .

the clutches of old Seth, who hid grown box in the corner, he picked up a round "I havo some strange news for you," TOM. PonU DOUGLAS ad<1r<>,,on poval, Brockton for valuable, Inform 'w 11.Trun.'t AN&WH1SKTRABITICUKXD! ;
W. .
s: rapidly rich by the misfortunes of other billet of beech wood, and rushed at the said the gentleman. "Can you bear a Lon.WS AMI THIS PAPER nor thu JM.1. AT BOMB wi ":

U people. For three seasons,successively, old man. surprise?'' cure Biliousness Sick: Headache. Constipation,, OPIUM ticitr orTALN.aENT 00k YMZX. i

r the mackerel had deserted the coast and Before he could reach him howler, "After what I have endured sir, I can Malaria.and LiTer certain Complaints remedy. ,SMITH'SBILE take tho safe 'h l J B. li. WOOLLET, M.D,

run far north into Canadian waters. The Mollie flung herself upon him, scream- bear any thing" was the quiet answer. rSUft THIS Fan* t j Oe.Aj wJ& .

p.- Canadians in a most unneighborly ing: "Tfien it is this. Mr.: Weldon -" BEANS I yon w nt tom 1

spirit, had seized boats and in other "Don't, Dick! For God's sake, don't!" "The gentleman California who has WOMENWHO 6lS iS STRHT.WASHINGTONtf.c- : pENSIONS' loD DELA.T'WITH. -

: molested the American fishermenwho "Let me go!" yelled Weston, fiercely, done so much for me?" Use the SMALL SIZE(40 little beans to the bot-- "
ways tie). They are the most convenient: suit all ages.. .N LIKE TODRESS OPINIONS RENDERED AS TO THE NOVELTY OF' 11a 'o
had followed the fish. Gerald as he roughly threw her.from him. Mollie : "Yes, Mr. Weldon died a week ago yesterday I Price of either size 25 cent per bottle. INVENTIONS AND VALIDITY OF PATENTS.REJECTED A.TTOKNET.WSAJtl .
Weston bad been compelled to mortgage staggered back 1 stumbled over a low ,and left in my care two packages. KISSING &t 717, 70: fnoto-immira, N APPUOaiONSPROS CUTEO.AUBU5INESSREtMW&TO THIS rAFEB.t,- i

'p his two schooners and all their : stool and falling5 backward, came down I Both were to be delivered to you if the jentt(coppers or stamps panel).size of this Uptnre for N mvunott AND PATCNTS pROMPnyATTEfW o TO WAT STRONG A'rrOirn *

.- tackle to Seth, and on the very morningof with a crash. Governor again refused a pardon. If you J. F. BMtTlI &(',(J.. well, can do so with.the SEND STAMP FOR PAMPHLET &TLAW, .
Mollie he scoundrel raised his billet, and l this." Makers of "Bite Beans." St. Louis Mo. 1 BOO Main fttrrrt, MEMPHIS. TENN.
tho latter's marriage to The were freed I was to give you TO COU.ECTINO AStD
him at -..:::,- _-.......r.r; '" expenditure of very little 'l' : r SPEUr O T IE*IAJU ZT&TE.5AMI .
attacked JONES
: had been unable to pay the interest rushing at Cranbrook The package which he handed to Gerald IBIS BAFIK. \ MM( ?
r troy
.. duo. the moment ho sprang to his wife's as W'estoncontained a letter from his money, if they are willing : :HE 9 ,
'- CIVIL, SERVICE! How to a Govern.I ,
"Wai Weston, business is business," sistance. brother Richard who had been knownfor VASELINE PREPARATIONS. 11 do little pleasant work PAYS'THEFREICHT. U S I met Clerkship paying 175 to Ret 1150 s month, f

;: said Seth, "und every man must purtect The struggle was a short one. Weston and grown rich as "Weldon." :; to a 5 Ton VVaron ecel lady or lent 2.O.OeLerkstob.scpointedforceuogWtrk. ( )
years On receipt 01 postage stamps we will send free by Iron btecl .A of foil particular only ttO cents.Address ,
I t; himsplf." was a powerful fellow, while Cran- In it Gerald was asked to assume the nail the follow.ng valuable articles: i evenings. The money can :a Len. and Beam. Box trsac tX bk I LILY Box *2S. Wuhl.fu.D.C :'

I 3 It was a quiet little wedding and the brook, old and stiff, was as feeble as a guardianship of his two orphan nieces, One Box of Pure Vaseline! ..................10 Cents. : be earned, or a silk dress IST7SI..scaLe. rorfre.price lJ TIAIU mru.-,.- -
thi and
1 : bride was as pale as death itself as she child in his hands. lllow after blow and act as executor of an estate amounting mention *paper for the

-' tremblingly repeated tho words which descended on Seth's head, and in a few to more than a million. One Box of Wna! Camphor Ice.(5( Cents. : j will be given in exchangefor JONES BINGHAMTON OF BINGHAMTON N..Y.UM 9 and TINLEY"tUUiUe Picturesque Africa. 5s1.Immenit.XKff STANLEY N.capital

: bound her to a man whom, in her heart, moments all was over. The wife still Gerald read it through almost unmoved work-if desired. IBM r.na.@ea Jio_ need Otlt exchanged frw. Will pay yea ta"rt
a 4. .
1 hho despised. In spite of all her efforts lay unconscious where she had fallen, lie had suspected somethingof One Box of YaseTine Cold Cream....on...15 Cents induce- [ Wigs., $50. for fat t HiSToaic'iL PC9.Co.Ss.Loot*.

\ to banish it, the picture of the hand- the husband, a few feet from her, in a this before. If 70U hare occasion to uo Vaseline In any form ; We offer special II.UDr The Eikhart Carriage and a nMkmc. cotroit are '

-. some, dashing young fellow who had pool of blood, was gasping his last faint "Where is the other package?" he usta be careful original to accept packages.Dilly genuine A great goods mnnv put driiujrist up by. ments to agents for some arnesMfgCO' JntKAiBB: o ( LA oaIrrEU:

to his death for love of her was asked."I I retry Ing to per ulI.1e buyers to take VASKL.IAL.put Use K TUIU at once.
gone itrh.After them. Never yield to Such persuaII.n.a work just now. An 'hat iU .
I UP by special ._ I
constantly before her. a hurried glajico at his awful burned it, according to my instruc tbe article Is an Imitation without value and will --e 5.CSUCCFI ; jJ'h S.
and fle f. not!rIve you the result you expect. A two ounco WHOLk5AL p55 turned to
j4i Hard-fisted old Seth kept his word work the murderer tions." bottle of Blue Seal Vaseline Is sold by all druggists/ unusual opportunity ..al...,..t Bhlpajwarrfrfx.i .,

r with Weston, in spite of thH prayers and "Without reading the inclosuro at ten cents. nnlxi our nut b on th.label. 1 make money. l ."a la.g.i U.I. .satIBfiet7.h.l.g. ry W&might : wm MIPBIa T p5im.nbLzE.tP'WBX ,
V"UD.lle'D1IIne ,
his Gerald had walked nearly four miles, .
F remonstrances of Gerald and '.Certainl v. 'e!J. .ttal'ItL J I.r -I
friends. and found himself a ,very much better "That is- well.> If it had still been in Chesebrough Manufacturing Company, .4 KMnat f. ,.
PUBLISHING Co. lkhart. IndIana.eryg IwrTOa..,
,.,_ __
"You Klno.'rn'n'+AVl.9\]. your own nets" ," temper.As existence I would have asked you to do 24. State Street, New York. I Philadelphia,Pa.fr l'-- THIS PAPFR WT....._ PATENT JOJ. FKlK.Att.raaytL&v.WuhLiVoS.LO.

.__ _____ Bald Cranbrook when a deputation called he walked up to the back door he just as you have done."-Chicago Jour. VK1X1 THIS r If IK.,.y lbo,yet...... i W. H. RILEY Off .

p__ on him. "Kf you be so'tarnal anxious heard Mollie singing a quaint old bal- nal. _WHOLISALK AND RETAILmm -, ma rAD.to*jm-

l p 'bout Jerry's business you jest pony upI lad, the refrain of which, "Roses red, A F *.'.'.AT ONCE.8.i*
-Travelers in India sometimes have m4r2o.
free br
fer him anI'm! satisfied.:' Tho men red roses," she repeated overand over II Etc. su .BMok

\\ero willing enough to help, but they again. There was something wild and trange bedfellows. A first-class passenger GOLD MEDAL: : : ,PABI8,1878. LEADER OP LOW PRICES., ,er nt p B 1. Sales ulay. O.D

of her voice which by a slow passenger train running SEND FOR Wnfi Br.l.nUI s(. W.Va
were unable to do so. sad in the tone arrested CATALOGUE.
"Hoys," said Gerald, "it's all up. The his attention and ho paused a between llowrah and Assensole, PluS PP32 :__. T DUE ALL SOLDIERS,
to find I. PENSIONS U 34 dleb14 .; -
on ;
was disagreeably surprised D
& infernal old shark has me by the scruff moment to listen. Then hurrying hisstep Broakfast Cocoa serters;V110VYM.l aW.
waking from a sound sleep that something IT 11 sEn. A.W.XeiOBXIlK A BOSS,ClmcUaaU,a, Wbgt&C'
: of the neck, and ho's only too blamed he pushed open the kitchen door, CJhIlDit. ,
sell which stood and entered. cold bad come in contact with his PEOPLE'S REMEDY fRiCE sifr DKE..8 0',OUDI men and IAmr.na.--- U __ '
glad of the chance to me up. ajar, THE If absolutely pure and .. -- -
t $ome threatening remarks were indulged As ho did so he started back horrifiedat I, hand. On looking at his hand, what 411i:!.... gui "KIII..n..1.1 it U soinbie. I-"e live,.1 thett 8.health A.o and of Popular Ji. I..nUEK to any

In by the men, and, spurred on : the dreadful sight which met his was his horror to find that underneath it P.&w 4on .P.L&SqUIUaq; .c. flfl1t No Chemicals I I I I ter KSSiSZiUsSszSTHMA SS"--1 5 Preplan VVrtba one ABNIC..LVE sending: cents for ddiesJ.one boxot A..ILJNK1ND. .

I was a cobra. As the snake was asleep flocX.AI.
by them, Weston continued: eyes. There lay Seth Cranbrook dead. are tued la it* prcpAntiOB. It baacri brDb Lt
( PER till Urn
and had not coiled itself around the SAVE FROM (10 TO 15 Rdp' FD By J-.141M THIS *rm
CAM are ttmtt U MrmjU of
hIt.sca' dad-ratted good thing for him In a crimson pool, while Mollie sat Tug 1 eDt 1Ip. WUCI.RlH
poor t 11..114. I
TO .
the andmanaged SENDING YOUR ORDERS DIRECT Cocoa mixed with Starch.Arrowroot .
he hain't here now, or I'd break every on the floor beside her husband's body, hand gentleman sprang up or Sugar and Si therefor far mot A c..n_ Pa._ AGENTS "OUTOnl'l
to evade its bite. How it got I ..... ..1 WANTED I O '!rle II'
hide=durned ef I economical touiny UM 0-MU STAUlE' LonU. .
bone n.his yallerkold the awful light of insanity shining in 1' \ Co. S.J.SO. Best IbU. f .a& ,
into the carriage is one of those mysteries eel, Isle deliciotu JIOGriIhhILttr i
wouldn't. her and smile Thauvgz,, J
.-_ 7 c eyes a meaningless upon "Serve him right, too:" chimed in the her face. no one can unravel. It may have effected ; I and admirably adapted for InraJO CURED to $8 a day. Sunfdes worth $t.U
-. pretty an entrance while the carriagewas I at veil H for pertoni ia health. I G.p..A.stbea*C...asvorfaja to I I $5 ESfi! Line: Iot"Dd1 bow**'feet Write
crowd. There she sat her in W10LESilECHUtSGLiSSe3TniWiBELamps [ ,1".lml earn tu.,
abbling fingers Sold "' rsMef ln the wont oases.3naur.a al HCiU l.n.m
and Grocers everywhere. .
in the siding at Howrah quietly by comonbh rail .
'Say, fellers" ho went on, "it was as the blood, and still crooning: "Roses; 'lepcllu. wb.alotb.n & erlla sr9u PAPZZowj yea ,
ensconced itself behind the cushion and Lamp Goods a Specially. W.BASER&:CO..Dor heateL..... .kk Prc.6ad. .
m'Uch.&l I could do to keep ay hands off red, red roses." .....1B1I Fa.Pit__- .of DIJlata 01 b ,. TELEGRAPHY. We Ewliet..a good paym
I him. think of what he of the carriage seat. I ICHIIJANN,8&P..IX 1eltloD to every graduate.
him the la time saw He'd better Without stopping to Americas o ; adUon. Wta.YOUNQ .

j keep out of my way!" 4 was doing Gerald attempted to draw the -The doctors of Brooklyn have estab-- Ely's Cream Balm I CURE FITS 3-JI4M4 SHU rAMtt*.,tto.__ .BAxI THIS Shol pins 1C7 5i_ ).ay

*, "You sock it to him, Qe.ry, and-iroll poor creature away from the corpse. She lished a Physicians'Protective Alliance. U the belt remedy for childrencuffering "
The has until it now numbers 4c "i BOIIH4ID ear".1>e1empbr and TUllroaa
lien society grown from MEN
him and he
stand by suggested one of the did not recognize was compelled -
you When I esy car I do not lI".ua m.relyto stop them ? .
A.ent'l BI.lne nerendsere
who looked ery much as if ho meant it. to use some force ,to drag her 400 members. The bills turned in Cold i in Head SmiesCATARRH. for a time' and then ha"..thm return W10-mean. M I LHOin/pls.ts"'Ei. good Iituatlon .BOWN.Sdaa.Mo
during the first month by the membersaggregated radI.alcnr- hire m rfe thediaeau of flTS.511LEI'SYorFALLlNGsICubsalf..1t *3AI'A v A.rtblt.eturai Aea.lal -:! eeay. Tj.
You go and see him, 'and hen of from the slowly congealing red pool, Two black listshave ,, .",!warrant KI .
32,000. OB remedy to cur. 1M wont caaea. 'Because CHICKASAW I
r he won't his hands off and do the which seemed to have an awful fascination 'f A- N. K. F. 1279.WBITCKO .
keep been printed. in which are the others hare f all'l U no reason for not.no.ITtnlf a ENGINES ._1 _---- :
decent thing by you, just lick him,"was for her. Even after he kad succeeded names and addresses of 1,440 residentsof __ I eon MY Infalllbi"Send at nolJ1Pcly.once for a GhA treatise Express and a and rr Pos&-Oe.bottle of IRONWORKS. TO A''ER F.

I ? the advice of ono of the more conservative in getting her to tho other end! Brooklyn who are in arrears for theii Apply Baku into each nostril.U.T _ULMJ. U-O.nnOT.11.C..lS3 Pearl 8trecl.N..Terk.: JOHN E...XLE d ..Mempb1 Te .tt* that i_ raw B < .Q
BEOS..M Warran st.H.y. ar 541 IbiS PLlU w1 SCI ieae.c el PIUS rU
ambers of the crew of the toorn, aud returned to see wbeth-I 3ftdical attendance. cJ .




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