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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY- AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA.


VOL. XL

ir STARKE, FLORIDA, :FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1890. NO. 50.

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?i ,few rear....................................floe GRANDPA'S HOME. 'you don't know that Orlando Draper is PROSPEROUS INDIANS. Steamboat, the telephone, the : HOUSEHOLD BREVITIES. OF GENERAL INTEREST.

'. gixmonuis...............................,.. tl tre a tender recollection of the plfng. coming to-night with the especial in- tho wening-mahin& ponograph I The -railroad bridge in the
-- highest
; AlilumorfpUons( must bo pnld invariably In house,nice" and cool- tention of making an offer f marrigc B Ide; Lands and Cattle They Own Millions machine, the light-house, the macadamized -Molasses Cake.-One cupful of mo States is the Klnzua viaduct on

alrmnoe. 1\0 discriminations In fa\'or of any Its motey roof, that leaned against the rock to you-Squire Draper's son, a l',1 of Hard Dollar. road, photography in black and lasses one-quarter cupful cold water, a I Unite
body Usis-Tah road SOS feet
Wah-Tln-Kah, chief of the high.
; Communteitlons upon all matters of local above the pool; brick house and a bank account at colors, and thousands of less important piece of butter the size of an egg, one te Ere
: ,interest solleftsd from all parts ot tho county. The bubble of the waters, and the stream Stockbridge." Osages, with a small party, was in the invented teaspoonful of soda, one-half teaspoon -An English railway company has set
have not been
that found a pass city this morning. The company,in addition things, by pro and Apart a special fund from which reward -
"Then little salt and two t
he may go again, sani of fu of ginger, a
Among away fessional scientists
:::: the leaning timothy and bonding to the chief, consisted of Cyprian although none acts of bravery on the part of itfemployes.
clover Debby, resolutely. "For I cupfuls of flour.A .
SECRET Krai's.I never never them would have refused to associate one-hal
and Paul Aiken half-
SOCIETIES. Tayrien who aro .
ice the yellow dandelions and the roses will marry any ono but Isaiah Blackburn his name with any of the named inven- few years ago a fashionable table
breeds and well
push! talk English very Silence for ten days, speaking onlyIn
-- it
0 dishes that
with
tions? Men who hardly had received was so piled high
Their way to find the sun at play among the Strike Axe Eto-Kah. Wah-Tin-Kao and whispers for ten days more, then
Independent Order of Odd ellown. brier bush; "A stray gypsy lad, brought up in the Bo-Han-Non. any education at school, who had merely was impossible t see one's vls-a-vla
Um-Bago They are returning Is
I hear the sweet cadence/ of the cow bells wool\s with nobody knows who for his stolen the crumbs of knowledge from without peeping under the heavily laden gradual return t the ordinary voice

1 MeetsenryTu08' In the lane; father, and a knack for chicken-stealing from Washington, where they the rich; men wLo made their experiments silver and glass ware. Now a table i a recommendation for stammerers.A .

.., 4ay night at Odd My eyes can paint the colors of the sunseton at his finger ends," sneered )lrs Troth havo been as a delegation from their with the most primitive means- considered vulgar when not laid in a very Ingenious electrical device

"Fellows'' Hall. the pane. "Mother! pleaded the girl. tribe to treat with tho Government con- the attorney clerk Smeaton, the Instru low, simple manner. I bas lately been patnt "y which the

Transient brothers cordially invited tc listen to the music of the rippling of the ,ow, Betsey,don't." said the fanr.er; cerning their annuity. The Osages are ment-maker Watt, the engine-brakes. Sweet Apple Pudding.-Fare and hands of a clok t a certain hour
the richest Thereare
; atk>nd. L. C. HULL, Noble Grand. rills; "that ain't fair. Isaiah's as good a young people in the world. man Stephenson, the jeweler's apprentice slice half a dozen large sweet apples (or are made t complete electric current
., I shout, and hear voice back only about 1,000 in the tribe, and
F. 3. FIELDS, Sec'y. p. o. Box 41 from out the my hills; come again chap as ever strppd. And i you'l they own ono and million acres Fulton, the mill-wright Rennie, the more i small), sald a quart of sweet connected with the kitchen stove s
the
ono-hal that the fire Is started when given
I lave just remember as as Telford and hundreds of others milk and stir into it
my ft'et, with ambles torn,and watch poor any of land in the Territory, on which they mason smoothly a teacup
, the sunbeams stray gypsy of the lot when first wo married. have whose names remain unknown, were, as ful Indian meal, a teaspoonful i hour arrives.A .
Improved Order of Red large herds of cattle. Then they
Men. Among the cresses curling where the sliver Deborah's my only child and she sha'n'lh Mr. Smiles Justly says, "the real makers a teacupful molasses and the apples; new kind-of door bingo been
lease land and derivean
their to cattle
Osoelo Tribe No. 1, Florida-Council fishes play. teased! Como here men Invented for the use of those who never
I sit Pussy, and give of modern civilization; while the professional mix well together, pour Into a butter i
before the fireplace when Nature's face income of 20,000 annum, which
fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at Is white. your old father a kiss." per scientists, provided with all pudding dish; bake three hours a think of closing doors after them. Ito
used in
their
'their Wigwam, Starke Fla. And hit the tales he to'd to me upon a wn: And the stormy February afternoon is running government.But means for acquiring knowledge and exprimentng. -. moderate oven. Serve with hot sauce 01 peculiarity la that the door not only
the wealth is
of their
Transient brothers are cordially ialited ter's night; darkened Into snowy ni htal and in greater part have invented little In sweetened cream.-Orange Judd Farmer. shut quickly and noiselessly, but it
cold cash in the vaults of the Treas-
I dream the dreams! I used to ilream when door
\ attend. Debby who leaves the
to gazed road
wistfully foridable array .1 implements, -Oatmeal Bread.-Stir the "A" oato hit person
Tho to
life was all a Joy, ury original grant
J. O. wondering why her lover had not Dl'partment machines and which open a fierce blow on the back.
... : IlAYxrs: Sacheax When I was but a little lad and dear oldgrandpa's ro the tribe was eight million acres of land prime-motors meal into a saucepan of boiling water,
..... ..: W. 3!. MEACIIAM, C. of K. boy.II. turned. in Southern Kansas. By the treaty of havo shown to humanity how to utilize making a thick dough Put the hot -An Irish land bailiff, who had been

ft. Keller! In Golden Days. "He has had time to cro to Marshal and to manage the forces of nature. dough into an agate basin-sa two boycotted for ten years, and was constantly -
1800( they were paid*$1.25 acre for
'tI "- CHURCH DIRECTORY. Hill's and back twice," she said to her this land, and were also per given their The fact is striking, but its explanationis inches in depth-filling it nearly full; If guare by the police while he

------- GYPSY ISAIAH.How self."It :I present reservation. Of the amount of very simple: those en-the Watt by chance the dough should be too stiff, lived, die a days ago, and the
is strange," said Mr. Trott tho about million and the Stephensons-knew something cover the top with boiling water. Bakeor guar being relaxed a little, some per
purchase price eight
.... IJaptlst Church.Services "Isaiah ain't one to loiter, in enl'ral" dollars Is now placed to tho credit of which the gatnnts do not know-they steam an hour or more; it will rise sons stole his body and made
"
.it, "Didn't I tell so?"said Mrs. Trott knew the of their hands their and with It effectually that it ha
... at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. His Blue-Eyed Wife's Faithin you the tribo, not one centof which they can use ; sur- about an inch. Cut In slices serve away s
.10 .; never see neither Isaiah nor the stimulated their inventive relishes. Farm not since been found.A .
meeting "You'l roundings with butter or other -
Prayer Him Was Verified.Of .
.. /1' every Wednesday at 8 touch, but are paid interest at the rate
!III .,.... 'p.m. M. WOMHOLT, Pastor. money again." of 5 per cent. For some reason they powers; they knew machines, their and Fireside.To youth of sixteen, at Fort Benton,

t'" ..'iIo' :". Sunday School meets And when nine o'clock came Mr. have not been the full amountof leading principles and their work; they brighten gilt picture frames, McWt., recently performed a difficult
every Scnday
, .. morning at 1030.TATE. all lonely places the Trott farm Trott put the horse into the old-fash. the interest,receiving and there has accumulated had breathed tho atmosphere of the take sufficient flowers of sulphur to feat of capturing a gray wolf with :

-.t: POWELL house was the loneliest. Not a house in ioned red cutter and climbed resolutelyon almost a million dollars, drawingno work-shop and the buidinyar We give a golden tinge to about one and lariat from his horse. Twice the animal

.M.D., Supt. sight-not so much as a barn, a toll gateor the seat."Lame Interest and remaining idle. This is know how the wi meet tho oo.hal pints of water, and in this b1 got away by biting the noose in

I ,,i' '. Preubj-tcrlan Church.- grist mill; nothing but bleak hill- or not lame," said he, "Old the business which has taken the delegation reproach. They will say: "We discover four or five bruised onions, or two. But the third time It was caught

' sides, scantily clothed with scrubby Whitefoot has got to take me over tc to Wash tngton. were there the laws of nature, let others ap which will answer the same purpose. firmly around the body and dragged b

1 Services every Sunday at 10:30: a.m., pines grim, black-boughed evergreen Marshal Hill's to-night" eleven days and made They satisfactory arrangements ply them; it is a simple division of Strain off this liquid, and wilh it when hind the speedy broncho until i wa

;': .and"8 p.m." H. It. MAT-TICK, Pastor.' woods, and pasture lands whore the cat- no use," said Mrs. Trott, dryly. tho Department promisingthat bor." But such a rejoinder would be cold, wash with a soft brush any gilding dead.A

"iiL .': Sunday School every :Sunday; at 10 tle huddled in the corners of the fencesto 'You'll find the bird has flown. He can the condition of the tribo was as utterly untrue. The march of progressis which requires renewing, and when dryit Parisian lately made an Easter

" i, a-m. 11. C. HULL, Supt. escape the knife-like point of the pick up a foolish girl anywhere, but satisfactory i ns represented they would quite the reverse, because in a hun will come out bright as new.-Waver egg Intended for a wealthy Spanish

\ keen west wind! fifty-dollar bills ain't so to get at." dred the mechanical It Is In-
; \ easy increase tho amount of tho annuity until cases against one ley Magazine. lady at a cost of $ ,0. a most

1 ,.", Methodist Church. And, of a gray sunny afternoon like "Father, can't I go, too?" piteously I this accrued interest was all paid. invention comes before the discovery of -Cream Pudding.-In one pint ol genius piece'of mechanism and Is made

this, with the sullen rush of the river urged Deborah, stung to tho quick by I the scientific law. I was not the dynamical rich milk melt teaspoonfulof entirely of pure white enameL It 1*
Paul Aiken and the a
or
( Services :Sabbath::; at 10:30 Cyprian Tayricn,
.Ii.... 4( 7:30 every Prayer meeting a.m.and booming in the valley below, and a knot' every malicious word and accent of her :I half-breed, are educated and intelligent theory of heat which came before cram butter, then add half a cup of sugar, provided with doors and slides, the Inside

1A p.m. every of crows cawing mournfully In the tree mother. the steam pnglne-it followed it. lemon vanilla and being engraved with Easter
of
and talked to a reporter one teaspoonful or gospls
2 Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30. tops above the farm house roof, it was' "No, daughter; no," said Mr Trott regarding Jln the condition freely of their people. I: When thousands of engines alreadywere the yelks of five Beat the whites The opening of a door sets tny bir

,.'. 'i. Jos. F. SIIAXDR, Pastor. lonelier still. "I won't bo long. And you're best off transforming heat into motion under eggs singing and a musical going,
"Our tribe at present is neither increasing of the eggs to a ,drop apparatus
A... -. ,,Sunday*" School every :Sunday; at !l a.m. Mr. Trott was in the kitchen, with a at home." nor in numbers, but it is the eyes of thousands of scientists, fuls In the hot custard and str bJspn- which Is capable of playing twelve airs

J. ChARLES RICHARD, Supt. solder kettlo bubbling over the fire; he Ho drove away into tho white vail of at a decreasing said. "The old and when they had done so for hal a lightly, so as the whites wi b all -A recent railway accident In O-

t'1 .. was mending a huge kettle wherewithhe flying snow, tho hells ringing with a who lstil are full bloods, cling to the century, or more; when thousands through the yellow custard spoonfuls lade In which a train rolled a
to rifle the sweetness of muffled sound, and Old Whitefoot's ones trains, stopped by powerful
Christian Church. proposed a traditions and superstitions of their brakes unbroken; the effect is very pretty. twenty-fire fot embankment was
neighboring grove of maple tree!, in the breath rising In a column of steam were disengaging heat and spreading strawberries be placed in a marked by Among thepassengers
tribe and will never probably discard may
'< Acts xi., 20( ;Acts xxvi.,28;I. Peter Iv., 10. Rip incdent
March. Mrs. through the uncertain thousands of the rails at their
coming month of Trott darkness sparks on the custard poured over them. on was a
their blankets and fringed leggings.But ,: trin convict
i Services each Lords day at 3 p.m. the "Isaiah?" said stout old to the stations when all
1 was studying out complicated pat- Marshal they are willing for their children approach ; over -Household. in charge of a bailiff. He was
ill O. P. Yorxo, Pastor. tern of device in lent Hill. "Of course, he's been here. Paid the civilized world heavy hammers and
a new patchwork, to be educated and tho young people aro -Indian Eggs.-Boil some eggs to a seat, and when the car tamed over
" Sunday School eachLortls day at 3p.n her by a friend, with half a dozen blocksof me that there fifty-dollar Interest money, taking great interest in education. perforators were rendering burning hot put them in cold water, then shell bar he hung In-mid-air. He managed, aft
.. .
F.1T. BARKY, Supt. Turkey red, four of white and two of and I give him a receipt four hours ago. Their progress is good, and when the the masses of iron they were hammer and put into more cold water. When considerable effort, to free himself, and

corn-colored calico; and Deborah, the Ain't he got home yet?" ing and perforating-then, and then assistance of his
then went the
next generation is in power tho Osages, quite cold, take them out on to a cloth, t keep
r OFFICIAL LVTfiECTORY. only daughter, was trimming over her And Thomas Trott scrambled once Instead of being tho least civilized tribein only, a doctor, Mayer, ventured t bring cut off one end with a sharp knife so er and helped him from the wreck.A .
into tho and drove tho mechanical of heat with
more sleigh out
hat with rib- rapidly theory
Sunday nowly-ironcd pink
tho Territory, will be among tho that they will stand upright. Now insert Georgia fisherman recently baite
bons and a cluster of artificial rosebuds away. all Its consequences; and yet thescientists small
leaders of civilization. small spoon and remove the yelks his set hooks with green frogs.
which she had bought cheap at the clear Upon a dreary side hill, where to the almost drove him to a
R City Officers. "We elect a chief C''eryo years, without breaking the whites Rub the He left his hooks In the water all nicely

p Mayor-J.'. C..W111s. ing-off sale of tho Stockbridgo millinerand left a steep precipice extended almost M\d tho country is divided into five districts madness by obstinately clinging yelks through a wire sieve, put thorn in floating-having been told that this was
.
Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, IT. D. Miner, all three were silent. perpendicularly downward, and a fir- from each of which ''representa to their mysterious caloric fluid a basin and mix them with an equal the best of bait-expecting t return
1 Suddenly the clock struck with a clothed slope seemed to reach upwardto When every engine was illustrating find fish the dozen.
the and
tives are elected to our which quantity of Indian chutney; stuff next morning by
George E I'aco .J. G. Alvarez J. M. counci.
tho Old Whitefoot sud of all the heat
: '... whirring sound like an asthmatic locust right stopped Ja our legislative body. have'ofcrs impossibility utilizing eggs with this, and dish in an upright lie returned and t his surprise all of
Truby. .. denly. Trott caught his disengaged by a given amount of burnt
... up corresponding to sheriffs constables position. Of course, you will have baited hooks were setting out on the
: ,Clerk-Walter Wills. "Is that four o'clock?"said :Mrs. Trott, whip with energy. fuel, then came the law of Clausius. ) and he
who administer tho law and double of the mixture required to fill looking at him a came
f ; Treasurer-: W. Morgan. still puzzling over the blocks of Turkey "That's the second time you've lone preserve When all over the(world industry already would back Into
t order. Our people are almost unanimously the eggs; put the remainder by and use close to them they jump
Marshal-E. D. Wall. it, old fellow! cried he. "You shied was transforming motion into "
i' opposed to tho allotment of their it when required.-Good Housekeeping. the water "ker chunk. He had experience :
t Assessor-T. W: Sweat.County red."That's four o'clock," said Mr. Trott, just so when wo came hy before." I land in severally, feeling that at present heat sound, light and electricity, and but no fish.

looking into the boiling silvery mass But all in vain the whip descended.I one into each other, then only came CARAMEL ICE CREAM.One .
instead of being a benefit would -The great siphon In the new aqueduct
i
Whitefoot stood with Groves' of the"correlation of
I S the stove. bristling mane, i theory phys-
Officers. over work harm. Thoy are satisfied with thp for the water supply of New York
of the Most Delicious and Eaaily
distended nostrils and four feet ical forces." It not the of elec- F
finnljf was theory
"We shall have to light a candle
present condition of things and desire to pared Dessert City is considered a most wonderfulpiece
: ,.County Judge-W. F. Malphus.!!! implanted in the snow, obstinately tricity which us the
said Mrs. Trott. For she hhd refusing gave
soon, remain as tbeyare. However, they look telegraph A caramel Ice-cream is ono of the of hydraulic engineering. convoys
"Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. I
to proceed."I When the
telegraph was we
: never seen that modern abomination, a with friendly on tho opening the most delicious and easily des. the metropolitan water supply
.Sheriff-D. L. Alvarez. declare cried the farmer I"es knew about but few prepare
scratchIng electricity was a
and made it her boast that
gaslight, no Cherokee outlet to settlement by the serts ever made. It can be put together, across the Harlem at a depth of 307 feet
Tax Assessor-J. E. Wainright- his puzzled head, "if I believer facts more or less badly arranged in our
was a
of kerosene had ever her
drop crossed whites They wanted Oklahoma openedand frozen and packed away for serving In beneath the river bed. Certain advantages -
: Tax Collector M. M.\ Hale. threshold. She burned symmetricalwhite in such things, I should a'most books; the theory of electricity is not
think white neighbors a benefit an hour's time. were by this over a
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. HIlL candles of her own running in think Whitefoot saw a ghost." They have no rights on the land now ready yet, it still waits for its Newton, hal ingredients of caramel cream area stone or gaine metho Is be
stel
, Jf't County Surveyor-W.H. Edwards, C.E. old-fashioned brass candlesticks with At that moment there camo a brief rendered useless and would prefer it notwithstanding the brilliant attemptsof cup and a half of sugar, a quart of will viaduct it greater

." County Commissioners A. Knight. snuffers and extinguishers to match. "I lull In the storm and tempest. and as settled by whites than held by the late years. Even the empirical cream, a cup of water, a cup of milk and leve Not the"least of these the immunity
<
i D..B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. L. Pin wonder where Isaiah isYo need new FarmerTrott sat there he heard aproan. Cherokees. Our chief is a full-blood as knowledgo of tho laws of electrical cur- two eggs. Put a cup of the sugar in a cst from danger of foreign attack.A .

, ) holster_ M. V. Smith. Jogs for the sitting-room fire to-night. "It ain't the old pino tree creaking" Is also our council. The full-bloods are rents was in its infancy when a few bold saucepan over the fire with two tablespoonfuls correspondent of the London

, :'h" .f, Squire Draper's son told me he should said he, nor yet It ain't tho .. in power on account of their majority, men laid a cable at the bottom of the of cold water, and stir It till Times thus destroys the old legend of

I'.4 ". drop in, In a friendly way." something human.' and tho progress of the tribe is retarded Atlantic ocean, despite the warnings of It begins to turn brown. When it is a the Devil's Bridge In the Pyrenees,:

.,..'I -c:.: "State on'rl. Pretty Deborah frowned over the And straining his eyes through the on this account. It will not be so when tho authorized mon of science. The well-covered rich brown remove it and "The popular legend about this bridge,

...: .' Governor-}'. P. Fleming, Jackson. bunch of rosebuds; she was a dimpled, snow-illuminated darkness, he saw a tho young and educated class get into name of "applied scence" is quite misleading add about a half cup of water, stir this which spans a mountain torrent called

I' ;.,- ft: 'tille.-' blue-eyed girl, quite unaccustomed to figure crouched in a crevice of rock half power."-Kansas City Star. because, majority of into the caramel till It is al dissolvedand the Tech, near the small town of Crt

Secretary of Sfatc. -John L. Crawford, the business of frowning, so that it was way down the steep precipice, clinging cases invention, far from being an put in the pint of and when was that It had been built during onn

1'1 a .. Crawfordville. rather an effort for her to contract her to a cluster of stunted savin bushes. SOME RAILROAD FACTS. application of science, on the contrary the mixture is smooth draw the pan back night by Satan and his myrmidons, and

\. Attorney-General Lamar, MonO bronze-brown brows. "Help!" i cried, leobly. "Help Paste This In Your Scrnp-Itook For Future creates a new branch of science. The and add the eggs carefully as you do to the fact that the particulars a tolls
.
. .:' licello. "Isaiah," slowly repeated :Mr. Trott, help! Itefcreiice. American bridges were no application of boiling milk for custard. Stir the eggs construction had never been found in

X ; 'Treasurer-F. J; Pons, Macelenne). still intent on the kettle. "Why, I've "Bless me!! said Farmer Trott, "it's A steel rail lasts, with averago wear, tho theory of elasticity; they came be- in the mixture for five or six minutestill any of the local archives gave additional

"'..*,' Commissioner of Agriculture B. sent Isaiah over to Marshall Hill's with our Isaiah!" aliout eighteen years. fore the theory, and all we can say In the mixture begins to thicken, then strength to this legend. But the regis
.Sr And so it was. Plodding homeward Tho cost of railroads in the- United favor of science is, that in this special
.'.. Wpmuwell.v that fifty-dollar bill! add the cream which should bo cold, trar of a neighboring town called Prats

.:i'. *1.:. D.Barnos. Mrs. Trott droppelher spectacles. from his errand, his foot had slipped in States has been 50,000,000,000. branch* theory ,and practice developed another.-Ina and will probably make the mixture de Mollo, close t the Spanish frontier,
one
CoBiptroller-General para.llel helping
... : A .. "Thomas Trott! You hain't, never!" the storm and darkness, and falling half There aro sixty miles of snow shedson Prince Krapotkin way in Nineteenth Cen. cold enough to freeze. Finally add has just unearthed a dated
Cedar manuspt
.: fu nt-General-David Long,
; down the hill, he had broken his the Central Pacific railroad.
: cried she. way tury. the half cup of sugar. Pack the freezer 1321, which relates notbles of
Kejs. _ ___
"Yes, I have," said Thomas Trott. leg and badly bruised hims'l only The average daily earnings of an with ice. Use three pints of salt to a that town 'contributed ten golden

.. ,r. Superintendent of l'uhlic Instruction ."Why shouldn't I? Whitefoot is lame, escaping from a still more disastrousfate American locomotive is about $100. SCIENCE AND INVENTION. gallon freezer. The cream should b crownsof Barcelona towar the building

: l'. .-Albert Russel, Jacksonville.. and I've no notion of walking over to by holding desperately to the savin The cost of a palace sleeping-car is Theory and Practice Usually Develop InDifferent frozen firm in fifteen minutes. The moment of the bridge at Cert upon conditionthat

.... t :Tii __ _ Hill's with my rheumaticky old bones. root. ei5,000, or i "vestlbuled," 17000. "'RY" is solid in the center remove the the inhabitants of Prats de Mollo
.'. .-..'. And the interest dn my noteis due to- "I: don't know what I should have One million persons are employed by In olden times, men of science, and beater i, work it up and down rapidly were exempted from paying tlL-"

' L B. RHODES, day, so I just gave it to Isaiah, and told done i you had not heard my voice," the railroads of tho United Mates especially those who have done most to with a flat wooden spoon or a spatula

-; :. him to step lively and get back before said he. "I could not havo held on There 208,749 railroad bridges in the forward the growth of natural philosophy which is sold for this purpose. The ORIENTAL PEOPLES.

.f Law dusk!" much longer." United States, spanning 3,213 miles. did not,despise man.ulla.bor and lightness of cream depends upon the An Importer of China-Contrast the Chinese

.' J.... .Attorney at Mrs. Trott drew an ostentatiously "And you may thank Old Whifefoot The consolidation locomotive weighs handicraft. Galileo made his telescopes be'ating and working, and upon rapid and the Japanee.

long sigh. for that," said Mr. Trott, as ho helped fifty tons, and is able to draw on 0 level with his own hands. Newton learned turning of the freezer in the last fi v One of the largest silk importers in

. ) STARKE, FLA. "Then you may be very sure of one Isaiah into tho sleigh. "Ho'd astoppedon over 2,400 tons. in boyhood the art of managing tools; minutes. China"claims that the Chinese are a

H ,.J t thing, Trott," said she"yon'll never see the" way down i I would havo let The average cost of constructing a he exercised his young mind in contriving The freezer should be opened once much superior race to the Japanese."I've .

.of neither Isaiah nor that fifty-dollar bill him. milo of railroad in tho United States at most ingenious machines, and whenhe also while the cream is freezing to lived in China for twenty years,"

11 So Isaiah Blackburn reached the old tho present time is about $30,000. began his researches In optics he was down the sides of the can and said he, "and have had plenty of timeto

..; t. Commercial Hotel again."Why not?" said her spouse, staring. farm house safely at last, where Dehliy The line of railroads extending farth- able himself to grind the lenses for his scrap cream. When the cream. is study tho land and pople The

"Because Isaiah belongs to a gypsy and her mother were anxiously sitting est oast and west is tho Canadian Pacific instruments and himself to make the well worked, cut out a circle of whit sties you hear abut oiental

.; ''.. race'and because all our neighbors advised up and told his tale running from (Quebec to tho Pacific well known telescope which, for the paper, press it down over it closely and countries are by people re

- .' Opposite Depot, STARKE, FLA. : us not to take him in when we lrs Trott" burst into tears ocean. time, was :* fine piece of workmanship put on the cover of the freezer. Cork main a short time and never take the

did!" said she, "I" spoke e\'i of The longest railroad-bridge span in Leibnitz was fond of ma-I up the opening, pack in more ice and I trouble to substantiate any weird story

r: first-Class Accommodations. "lie's worked just as well as if there you, and I'm sorry for it. the United States is tho cantilever spanIn chines-wind-mills and carriages to I salt and finish tho process by packing D rumor, and it is t bo expected that
ti' And DEhorah's blue, tear-wet eyes moved without horses preoccupied his their should be unreliable.
wasn't gypsy blood in himTiasn't he?" the loughlup sie bridge over the newspapers around the top and covering writings I
spoke all that was needed on her mind as much as mathematical and is true that Japan has railroads
demanded the farmer, sternly."I part Hudson river-MS feet the freezer closely, so as to exclude
" $2.00 PER DAY. They were married in the early spring, The railroad In United philosophical Linnseus became European and American Indus-
don't but what he has," admitted highest the speculatons all air, with a thick layer of many
Special rates made to Weekly or Mrs.say Trott. "I only know that and Isaiah rented half of the Trott States is the Denver &South Park, a. a whie helping his fathera Two quarts of Ice cream can b ppr tries can not be found in Cina but the

r Monthly Boarders. I Hotel I thoroughly what's bred in the bone won't scrub out farm and lives in the wing of the old branch of the Union Pacific, at Alpine practical gardener-in his daily a gallon freezer which is only half full latter country does not nor need

. renovated and run in first-class order.J. of tho flesh, and it'll be just like Gypsy hous, a select tenenwnt of three rooms tunnel-11,500 feet above sea level work. In short, with our great geniuses of ice and salt by finishing the packing these latter-day improvement.
with his blue-eyed wife. The American railroad tunnelis handicraft was no obstacle to abstract "The development in Japan isnotdue
KLEINSCHMIDT. Proprietor. Isaiah to cut and run with that ftfty- ol. longest of the freezer with newspapers and
"I do believe, Debby, says her researches-it rather favored them. On These
lar bill. And you're a bigger fool than I tho Hoosac tunnel on the Fitchburg covering it as closely as you can while t the Japes itrovement
mother, "you've got the best husband in the other hand, the workers of old them b
4 took you for, to trust a wild fellow like railroad-four and three-quarter miles. i freezing. Allow for turning the crank. were Europeans
F. J. FIELD that with solid the world!! (The St Gothard tunnel in Europe isaver found but few opportunities for master To remove the cream from the mold and Americans. Rail lr.as miningand

I But here pretty money.Deborah rose, flushed And Debby, playfully parodying her nine miles in length.-N.) Y. Commercial ing science, many of them had at least dip it in a pail'of cold water-not warm irrigating schemes, manufacturing

and chair. mother, said: Advertiser.A their intelligence very When the ice collected on the mold has industries, and impracticable enterprises
from
rl i 1 Mic' Work 'nQ P.l"bnr panting,: her "Didn't I fcffyouso?"-Amy Randolph, variety of work which was performed in are springing like mushroomsin
. ? I : "Mother!" she cried, her blue eyes all Hard Man to Int.n'len. been washed off, turn it on the dish t up
: in X. Y. Ledger. then and
the unspecialized workshops; the land of the Mikado. of these
aflame, "you shall not talk so! Isaiah is Senator Hoar, of Massachusetts, never receive it and it will come out in a few Hal
some of them had the benefit of familiar moments with all the outlines of the ventures are not needed, just as
STARKE FLA. as good and true and noble as if the Victoria"* Father's Severity. mbmits to an interview. I remember
blood of kings ran in his veins." The Duke of Kent, her Majesty's fly first experience with him. I was Intercourse with men of science. Watt mold well marked.-N. Y. Trlbune.- soon a this is discovered by the Jap
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41 and Ronnie were friends with Prof. anese there will be a big collapse.
"Hoity-toity!" cried Mrs. Trott in father, was, in his capacity as an officer -orrespondent for the Cleveland Leader,
Robison; Brindley, the road-maker, The Earliest Hospitals. are jumping into civilization by the
Black in our a most severe martinet,
t amazement "And what is Isaiah army ind I told him that I had been sent by
despite his fourteen pence a day The first germ of the hospital idea line, and often that
and two occasions there was
a mu.
on rapid.tansit rout
burn to ?
Its editor to ask him certain
FRAZEE you meets toward the close of the
PEEK & questons. enjoyed intercourse with us second
"Just this," said Deborah; "that I'm tiny in the regiment under his com He was sitting In his dressing and wages i dangerous.
mand. On one occasion he was ill- gown educated society, and thus developed century. At about this dat in times of ''tE*.other hand, the Chinese are
engaged to hlm in his when I made this
slippers library
at Law and Xotaries his remarkable war, there were the Roman slowly coming the front They are aconSnatiepple
Attorneys ""Engaged to-marry him?" advised enough to endeavor to stop remark, and he straightened himself up While engneerngfaculies camps a "valetudinarium"t and a "vet- t and use their think-
drunkenness his men by order industr
"Yes-to marry him. among like a shot and shut his mouth like a "
erinarium. In the former
STARKE BRADFORD) CO., FLA. ing his subaltern officers when drilling by of the century and during only those faculies mor an hour than do
"Debby, said Mrs. Trott, are you clam as he chopped out the words:
?" their companies to take an opportunity the first part of the present, has were treated who were seriously wounded the Japanese all day. The Chinese well
Abstracts of Title and Real Estato crazy "Well, young man you may put your such scale or diseased; previously this time
of smelling the soldiers' breath in orderto been inventing on a as to t know that foreigners are imposing upon
"I love him mother, Debby simply questions, but I warn that I will not
Law you the disabled soldier would
a specialty. had been drinking revolutionize the very face of the earth, receive such the and they are awaiting the
made "Andheloves Meandwe see if.they spirit word." I then told him Japnes
Abstracts furnished showing every response. answer one science has been losing its inventivepowers. rough care as the age afforded, either in Englishmen have been
Deed,' Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale, Judgment are to be married as soon as he has The Duke of Wellington freely con that I did not expect to interview him Fojear
his in
. tent
Scientists Invent own or a neighboring cottage.
. order no more, or trying a railroad at Shang
Attachment and all matters of laid up a little money to rent a farm Of demned this unfortunat of the by force, and that if he hal nothing to
public record and file affecting Title of his own." royal Duke. "It is on the face of i there was no use In asking very little. I it not striking, indeed Under Tibras who paid no little attention hal It would b of no value. The sur-
say my ques-
Real Estate in Bradford county Florida, "In-deed!" said Mrs. Trott, frowning ridiculous to expect officers to do such a tions. He then told me that he had madea that the steam-engine, even in it wel-bing of his solders rounding country is 1 lined with canals

up to date of Abstract. darkly. "And your parents' I thing," he said one day to his friend resolution: to publish thing that ing principles, the railway-engine, the ambulances wth easy cohion3 were or natural creeks that i now costs less
consent every provided for the transportation of the In silks and teas than would
.. bring
Lord Mahon "for, granted that his i
, suppose, is a matter of no consequence ; went Irom him into the papers over his -When some people set about writing The first establish t
-Q. "* Royal Highness' order j is a legitimateone sick complete b if,a railway was built The Cines
FOR whatever? and
IIKADQITAUTEUS often results
. own signature begged my pardonfor epitaphs they produce ment for the reception of the sick was
S "Wo said and one to carried out, It follows argue that as they were ch1ze bfor
thought, mother, Debby b his He wanted which are a marvel to their
grufnes built Basil the Great, at Ctesarea in
sCl'minr by
:Fire Iiiiitruiice would that subaltern in his commandwho psteriy. Englishmen wore on larh they can get
with downcast "that any
eyes, you me to stay over cartoonsIn Word comes from Portsmouth
Asia Minor after
( Cappadocia ( ), soon he along now with the of life,
ofler 110 objection to what would make chances to be suffering from a ccld Puck with him, but I thanked him flatly Interesting one. Here it -
became Archbishop of that See (A. D. nation to furnish them
Representing the Liverpool and Lc.ndoud ] and no
me so in his head is thereby rendered i.nlit togo and left F. O. in Philadelphia "Hero lies the of Gates they-want
very very happy. Carpenter, I body Abijah Once Week. "
Globe, the Providence and W *b. '' London 370)) a with bright ideas. -Chicago Tribune.
1Diton and the Security>*'- "Perhaps,.frigidly added Mrs: Trott, on duty. Figar. I Pros. Ho was lost at sea..




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: expired yaw pnpcr.is discontued and tbnt I A it's Cmial Bought. 1 1I )v I -:: : '' .:> Mabel's Illness. I I. Jlastcr's Sale. ,:! Foirida Trunk< Line.

BRABFORflCOUTYTELECRfiPll. luccjuil owned I by am
ends urn for JIB their interest.with you i isconccninJ. I I I II |I : D Y VIRTUE OF A DJTREEOF: FORECLOS-
.I Canal and Tmnsit comp-inv nmrcting 'Said l.izy I blilH I MnU: >l- I II ) tire and sole renclerefl in the Circuit ("urt. .; Kot. with your home. paper : i j J I Fourth for B J.\ C'hSTUAL'PEHIhSULAHB.rl. ;
s !! The i PI-US lit given h.-r i tt> shell. JudW-1 Circuit! of Florida. In nnd
-riTBUSIIKItWEKKLY: AT- what inv a In your t I i theiWithlac-wcheo' (' river with tbo T 'nla j t I I Uradfonl County. Flori.l ;raChancery, I I'. actrE
TBE.BRAIFoRDousrY. n.OHlt ; moncyyou bom i I Negleclttl '>n the table. .
tain m cause therein pond wherein fen V.. Ott Ein & f
: 'Ap lake bits been sold'to I ng
with iolcresJ. You pka *. dimpled cheeks with vied .
4 paper-ttlurns In3 on Citl1l11 Iller roses complainAnt and J. J,. Uaskinv a/lniinl-trator: :
I.C.WEBB. flftk "lB'trtat please explain. First.every'foliar I Irounly capitAlists. nnd lIIP PP !I HIT i-yes the slurs n-teihbled; I I of tbe estate of Lx uifiWitk<> -ki. de<*r.iMil. Is de>- formcrl> HIP t' It. AN.Co.r .
Editor and Publisher. ; '''y1 i I It-odaDt, I will nell nt ubi! ollterbefore ilj' standard ;;7 -
nut 'i'l'e \ Her c-liuliliv foim fly faith defied, j 1'11: > i: r.-7lMV 3- t I
Tlie
mnde 1 hi ,. !'-ck ws own- .
Court .
house
: Hint i Is put into your home j J door In tbeTo'nof StarUf, ill Illj '
i i Tim I j had ditwnihred.I :S i : )1"iIllRN; IlIoi.
I darling .
.VRrRIPTJON! $1.00 A VKAB.Knf C'd! in Chicago. Portland nod a largo pnr-i| ; i t count' >)tl'e I :
paper fa the WiY of advertising, subscription lion in Jacksonville The amount of the I!' I FIRST MONDAY IX JULY. A. D.IRDO, II i -150 P 1005 a I.v f,,:'riandtyri -'I' 2:.5 I' O 1\
dear.: I anid. tho same bein tlw 7th day of stidm..ntiibe-I ..,,oii 2.H I.v Jaekwcrhili' .
or in other is kept at home; sorry giavely ? \r J" I' Ii Z1
: >rc<1 ArctnKnff tn Act (>f Co'.rrrf** in tiny "'Y. inmsaclion wa 66000. 11 11'i'Jle Because )'ou'lIlli88 the puddings; i tuff-n the legal hours of sale all the fOllowlnKpropt""Y. -I tiIt :6:0p1HOu) ('a1).II"nr: lWp 53a4p
I strives to build oflcers of the let mer were cribc'l Iowlr11 Kjiitces 1i: I: I.
r li'arke. 4'riid wcond, H hcmo..paper up company thos'" certain j lL\ \i"r 1Sp 51:1\
1'l'elllt The
for in
Offirf. F/l. fi place SICK folk is bed paretls or lots "f (anti situate :ilo lop I .TipAr Mark" ii
4 George F. Drew presidentA.; B. Cnmp-| lying fir Lv :!4 IHI4I\
,r (:lu Mat lie f wn in which U i l "te. and i sue- bell, vice IlJ"esldent.1nd .1. 0. I I i \\ itli not n la!te of good thl o 1S." bring: in ttirt County of rariforil and State of IKilp 2.8l P Ar hawthorne lvli.--7ti 2?91\

x-Miful in ilii. it making your home secretary. ; She slowly smoothed nut her drcs, Florida known and di-scnbt-d !lo!'one (1) antI 1thret 10 a 321Ii.Ir Citra lvJOIOI20080(
: 1 Grceley. treasurer. ?JH) in block twenty-five((2. ) Iu tpe Town or.f| 41Jr Ar Sil:\'.'r SpKnpt: I.v .>I(0a
This
Our Combinations. more valuable! ; tl ides WP should not look The purchasers; are among the most inential naughty liltle sinner! I Starke, bf inn one hunilrwt and, five feet square. :1 3.j 14:14 p .\' Oeala Lv !! 17a 1230a
Then I'm not sick just now, I lessI'll tcigetlier with all nnd the l'ihereditaments OJa( 7 >' p-t.r II-nrsns.ia '
Daily Tunes-Union f yea7 $ from a financial flu nnfl wealthy citizens of 'itrus; t-nular tenements, I.rll'25 a S.TO p
100 ut a home newspaper s'sit till after dinner 4K114 and npnn) -iiatict-s thereunto 43jia! t04pIr; ] l I.. bur; Li 7-Ma ft-tlp,
.4 ""iforui pr L.vareu ,"Lv 7 15 a SCOp
tm, T. J. C fchrnn. A. I). Tompkir F. ry to atiVy the s.iUl decree. Terms ciitJKv_ 'J W a :0 p A r "iTooOur I. pS
t.k"F c\I'n' dollar that) i is earned lo sustain 31. ,Pampier W. }J. Brooks. G. W. dc I If. C.HEIDFRCER, "' ._ a i I 1\ U'\ 1J1I -----4 .
J. L. PR.'..... :: J .
10 00Nnlionid Ihold little Biicklen'a Arnica SnUe. Special Master.
: price for both t. and vi-u your support. --
\ Mum James Gidlncy, C. P; Savaiy, U.Jnowden. POWDERAbsolutely f'oiiipl'N SolicitorSturkc. 7 tMI p II ::. a Lv JttesQnviip! t; H'J b Z3
6 Democrat leading party ither in money or n. ws. that you might The.best Halve in the world for Ciiut, I I'la.. Maifl.19O. 4 0p ''OCia I.T 11'1 IIa.dinr.r :.5p p SiOa A

: organ published wceklv at Wasbitijrtnn. contribute, )you in a sense destroy its use- The cnnnl furnishes 23 miles of transportation fl ruuises. :ore Ulcers SIlt Khfnm, G 'JO pit TOa I.T Callahan ArUOpBSArlOK. --. a

I>. C1 year 1 W ulncss.. and not only so. but every time from the Wit hlacooc lwe river 'Fever Sores. Totter Chapped Hauds Pure.This Master's Sale. t<4." p 12 35 p LvH IT.iMwln ', ."> p 5 15 a i
: rd Co. 1 order sour discontinued 'IiI'thitiflM. Corn and Mil Skin ]':rup- I )a f :33 p Lv Wildwood Lv H:0 a 11 10 p
BrAt TEJF.nAPI year 10 you hOle paper ef ip through the chain -of hl': :.by Tornpkinsvillo tlonl'lrHlposith'(! cur.R Plle ,ur no BY vlrtneofa decree of foreclosure and sale I !>t'8' .l TUpAr iJcC'ity Lv 023 a l.8r0a > ,
; y ou just 'knock one more spoke out ami Flitril Cit- IOriIll } powder n rer varies. A marvel of purity, rendered in the Circuit Court, FoerthJuJiclalI'ireuit -I Ii 14 'O P .\r I'Iint&'iii- I.v- 7jot>
: pnjnts
,
250 our wheel. pay rpqii1r t- Ii 1 I* narallte"l to give "trenptn and wholcsoineners. More economicalthan of Horiila In nnd for llradt""lll'oul- ;i.d Oa 9iOpAr TIII1J'aLv 5 00 a -
y along this injand), wntmvty. through o" e perfeet natisfrtetion or .' tided the ordinary kinds, amt ca not b. sold In 2 :
'- OiirprirvtorIw'th 2 tX) money ty, Florida. In Chancery in certain cai"-e 45 p_ArTarj'npririzsLv_. ___ _._ _'45a ;
I The nliove applies lo I IVe haTe All Been There. of the richest phI"plmtellDri" in tim state. : Price 2.. i-ftiits per' box. For Mle by. comJetltloo'with the multitude of low tost therein pending wherein "1'0. V. Ott il complainant tog. 7 anti I 1ilasoli", trni.is h lift ween Jrnvillearid j
1tsutcilrs I short weight alum or phosphatepoWders. Bold and John L. Gnskins, administrator! "
The purchase: include Iiesidcs tlieituil.; ; nr4j. istR of the s" Plant I ;tyXC!.3:nd 4 lm
i i and renewals ( fl1'. money : tells of only In can" ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co.. lll.iWIII >Tullmana :
The Palatka Herald something efctatof Louis: Witkovski, deceased is ilofendeh i
ait I > I
town ( s t"piI1 Lct\h"lI
of land t arh
I 800 lIr.d the .JI'J.fol\"llIe
acres :uljlllu I'g
:. nfflco by I'- O. ordrr. or postal note.Pra. -- street New York. ant, I will sell nt public('utcrbefore the Courthouse an Tanp0.: -t
dndt holders in its
office .I..latyexceI.tSur.dav.
TEI-EOUAPIT. Its experience with site of Inverness. Governor Fleinghnsnppointed ,as ttithree door in the Town, of btarke, iu said county ;

w last issue. It is about the same ns that The new owners will extend the canal. fKh commisjiiiiners. provided for byan on the -I f i T'r\R t : KEY [': If 4 I
FIRST MONDAY OF JULY. A P. WO!! t 5aJ.v Jul lvnvm.r I 49'!
through from Nke.And
cutting Apopka act of legislature of 1889. Messrs. [
County candidates are now beginning : realized by all publishers and there upper J' the same being the 7th dayofsaidtnor.th.be- 10X( a J.e'rnandina. Ar 2.5p ,
striking the Withlacoochcts river again H. Scllerti of Pensacola J. II. Smith of
tween the legal honrs of sale nil the following HCOaLv:: CnllahanJUIJwin Ar 1:0
I to utir. The state committee are few litorseo cannot cull to memory just above Dunnellon. This enterprise Titusville and MaUhew Mosely of Cedar described property, to-wit: All those certain l'u.pI.v Arl'JSSn p

c just such instances 8 the Herald w ill be a big boom for (thnt section. The'; K ey. .. pieces parcels) or lots of land situate, lyingandbeing 20'Lv: WaldoO.unesville Ar I,'4.i p
meet next Tur5da)'. Early in July SHIP'YOURFRUIT lit the County! of Bnulfor J and State of :a 13 I'Ar Lv i.'5
j points out. We are glud of the Her deal was made entirely through A. It.ampbell. -- Florida known and described the southwest 74 pAr (Vilar Key Lv B(_,a P
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tho county convention will be hrld, ald's determination to 1 let politicians go C who has been working qai in the mntter for a long tune. and his energetic Ft. Madison (Iowa contains township seven south of range twenty, ,,
) Democrat .TTi-K-
r.nvillfan
< :I.o.Llel.! !
and after the i in I >> <> an.1 1 1 Cedar Keys.
.tha campaign fullyopened.
stick those who stick the half of the .
h icrcafter and to and ; soutu southeast j'- '
; L efforts in booming Florid.i arcworthy i uformation well worth remembering: I southeast quarter of section qllarterofj, {I L IHA W JAl'K'tlXI.U: IR' J.tH .

;' It We extract as follows from the Herald: of emolution. Mr. John Roth of this city, who met VEGETABLESo sin south of rang- tw.ntyouneat; J;{iT t_ I -I j ;> I4'a4l5pLv .
with nn ncc dent a few days sprainng of the
-- The more a Florida newspaper does fore --- ago north'stu1uuart.-r northeast quarter': 10 Jieksontille
i and his and f section t went v.nine, town.hip south of Ar 14:02) :, I'
seven
> bruising leg arm quiteAverelv.
Thenlias been candidate Kiiowledee a Ne"Vf'.kly Ma ..ll'p 5Xp\1' F. rnaudiiiaBrinswick Lv
no yet cazliie. 7 I:H 1 00
office seeker and the itlieast p
th average politician, s was cured bv one 50 cent bottle ranef'twenty-f' east; quarter of I. \r Lv {I no
the southwest of sc-ction a .
: announced for, United States congressman he less thauks and patronAge it receives. Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This township five smith quarter of range twenty-one twenty-nine cast i Trains NtII. .., 6. W anti Ct duly 'OIIitti I .
"Knowledge. ;
new weekly "
a magazine
succeed, General Bullock We know this to be so from nn experience remedy I is without an equal for sprains BARBER MARTIN & Co Ihe northwrst quarter of southwest quarter each; direction. Kou'i between FI'roninland
to occupies a new field and if it accomplishes and bruises and should have atplace in ,I o section fifrt''n. township six south of range i t i Brunswick| is via tt.-airer 1t"'I'lnscl\rl Bruns.
back into the days of Flor- ) what it undertakes, it ought to be I end also 1, wick and__\tlar.ta.i
from this district. The datinl pioneer evorv household. For sale by W. II. twenty-one east: an nndhK.'ed one-h.ilf I j --
4 propped dispensable to over}' owner of n cj'cloncdia. livers.[ i Interest in and to the southwest! quarter of the l-! 1 I 1fF| <'F.HN: T)1'N I iEio t tup

tt are that he will have a clean It proposes to answer the almost CHICAGO northwest uimrter rf K-ctmn twenty 1t.'n.town.bip I I I i 7 :a41 a Lv Ti'i.'K son*illc Ar T.'x'iV :t ." When a democrat nominated for of- sevt-ij 41111th.l.f rante twent.r-tw i t'n--t. i H li' p
i infinite number of questions upon which Clay is intitled to take the belt in all hurd-ed I I p81. aLv Taldwin: Ar 7X( > p 229p7t.i
walk-over as his own successor. county containing two acres tioie or les.; }, 4 1.>n 115
fc he thinks his home pnpr belongs to me ordinarily consults n cyclopedia and I for' the largest tree in the state so far us or so much ther-ff. .111:13- be necessary to ohIis'l I I I I ;3 31 a 2l3pAr l\r Tal'ahossef Mintlceilf Lv Lv ?ia III(>P i08o n I a

and that i i is support his .fcnterests i7.i to find the nnswcr, generally because leard from.: In what is known as the References any Commercial Agency fy said decn c. Tt rirs t a>-h.R. '. 8r.na i 3lOpAr Ollincy LvI223p p 3 40 a
Next ill be the town I. HriBiCKnrn. .
Tuesday n tI:Oa .JO: .
is datc"-lt p.\rf.I\'f'r.JulctionJ.vl
the cyclopedia not to I I : y.la
"up was
four-milt stands that 2.iaLv
a J. L. FRAZEF. .
because he a democrat. Thatlim swamp cypress hjifcial Matter.oiupl'ts
also Richard Starko Fla.LIVERY lOlOpAr IVnsaoola
Heiberger Lv
515
election for A i published probably, five or, 46 and CI Soln'itnr. !I a
m'or. good, steady years ago. measures feet in circumference I t I 2 05 a Ar :Mobile Lv 12 40 .
of idea and the is 1I
should be chosen sort is playing out. day mayhap ten or more years nc n. "The from' the ground to the first limb it.is 110 Stark<. }'Itt.M ny_ 0. 11?0. ___ I I}I 7 L and reliable citizen not far distant when I will end. world moves" and the most'important 'ect. So far as can be ascertained the tree ----- .u - 1 6 nO a Ar2S7aAr 'ol.ntwmer 73)pCincinnati

--otic "hI has good judgment and We arc stating plain facts on this line questions that want answers are of to-day. is perfectly sound. Master's Sale. 0 r> a ,\r I..ui.,iJlp Lv LvI2lOa!
of For instance. I PURSUAXCE 07 DECREE : p
A REXDEKHD
not yesterday.
Caprivicceeds
: plenty of grit to back it. I you and know that our brother editors of the su Bismarck as chancellor of Germany A Woman's--Love IN by the Hon. James :. Uaker. Judfre! of the! 725aAr111'OaAr: Yhlc'flg-o Ft.1.otiis IT J.v."p 3 f.ct; p

knoW such a man, .vote for him and state \'i bear witness to our assertions, ; who is Cnprivi How do you pronounce Will undoubtedly improve a min mentally I SALE sittinfr Fourth in Judicial chnnoery Circuit for Uradford of thfitae County of Florida on tie: Trains Nos 1, 2.11 and 1.11:11 I}'. N,:!. ] met 2

s they have themselves been victims of his name? A terrible storm at I and morallv. but when the man is 6th day of Ma3, A. I>. IS' 0. in a l'I\tI lately: have i'nllnaneu'rd j-nl! sIe'{.i>}J cats Ja .'II: >

insist that your friends do lkc\ifu it almost meant star- Apia. Where is that? How do you !pronounce needing n good blood and liver medicine pending In the Circuit Court of said county. viI e II to incinulti N..I NewOil I. at s. I'u&rcnptr
\ wien wherein Charles JI, : e tat to P..UsI'a! ,1..1! }Flomul-m
it? A revo'tition in Brazil few nothing will take the of Dr West larkmlwag complainant -,
a place -nnd- -
-T
a rid Albert O. i) i
vation. t'nokey ilpfendaut. the undersifciitHl. LF.F.f: \"F.I ROU1F. 2 "i.i)
Senator Call has agreed to meet weeks ego.Vlitt: is the new status? And mort'IItll'Jis:\ Tonic. It contain as special master named in said tfecree.! ;
7 i0! 7 :HO Lv J'J..r""ilirr6 3,
.
Col. other The Herald has always supported the so on. If you consult any cyclopedia and those properties which serve lor a thorough will sell at public outcry. to the hi ht.t and best II'Jp p S I IS a a Lv .IIwin j' :u it
at Ar
Chipley Arcadiapr any democratic and its. n'cation of the blood FEED STABLE bidder for cash in front of the Court House doorin SiiJp 711"a
party measures from fail to find the answer to your question, puii and improvement fl 0 in the for discushion. motives that from of the working of the liver tlif Town of tarko. in sai'l countr. 11.>t IH'! Ar .
place state : joint were purely principle, or you find authorities differing. send a llOXDA Y.THE 7TII DAY OF JlJLD.1R!}. P a .au.per I.v flip 5IOaLv
: CALL STREET. STARKE. FLA.
I 01 12 Ii
(that iiK.st important of all functionaries.It a pArII.lo"'a 1011' 4 42
and when calls intend aLv
principle us we within the hours
upon card to "Knowledge. and find of sale
Ihennswer
postal ( prescribed by law. thefollowing
Senator: Call denounces Chip. milirial districts i it. is sin (j"o: a 5 .J j> Ar -raC"f'n V'G a 10.".->
to do so. Still there is in the next week's Issue. a quo non property. \'iz\ .: One strnm FPW mill ." p
ore thug The F. I D'V \nDS, .Tr., Prop. iOfla_ I 0 r.Ar 'tlntaLv : -; A BWp
for all disorders attpndant on in and grist mill three cotton and I ,
living and
gurs planar I
and brandt lie that want the to know
fII ley's pamphlet as a we people magazine is published in handsome and 5uch pl.icpi for the ealisaya bark, the I fixtures connected therewith and cotton pret-s No<-. 1. 2 ttantl i 1 1I ilHily. >i'. 1 has PnlhiiansWpinjcar !

; from cover to cover. A joint discussion now. and thoroughly understand and not handy form and complete index is I basis of thfl best known anH-peiiodic SADDLE HORSES and CAHRIVGESalways also oneIftijfe mousc..cnor".1! mare mule 8 jcarsold. I < hftn'n Jaikwii-Tii'i! and Jlarrn;

misquote us. viz: We shall tie to no one promised twice year, with bound. volumes medicines wh'cj' it does thorough ready for use. hauling specially: .rnd one large black nmr mule l.'ijenrs old:; 3Iacon to all pcints; rn-rth and ->>-t.
will decide which office seeker is contains Qivc'mc.ji 1 all of said property situated near \ Ticket offiivy.. Jay; .strr>-f. corner Ilojran.
evidnt'y man. Every friend at nominal to its subscribers. call before you contract. orthirgtozJS
your price work and frees the blood from all Springs, in said county arid w II be Depot loot (nnyaii Mreet JiLr'iitjltA. ?! -.

leave the field. while be is before the people for electon. A specimen copy of the magazine will be malarial poison. It is sold by W. Hz ? .. ",.,...,- We Strive toPIf'31'1C without removal! except thp mulesTV hich will bepr O. MacDonnell,
Ih"l but after the election when you sent free to any applicant. The price, like Rivers at 50 cts and $1 a bottle. -- .'.ent on.18 l y of sale. Said property is sold for 0. Maxwell! U. P. &.T. A.

Jk the principal means of putting him in office all the issues of this publisher, is hardly -+ the satisfaction of said Uecite.May CJrii ,1ir''ccr.
: f N. S.
Lake Butler J\3 FsT. '\"ILt Pennirgtop,
an opportunity
ba he knows you not and is very indi- more than nominal-$.00 a year. John' Albertus Yost offered F. S. Pcrrin $100 STORE 30. 1Eo}. Hpeci il Master. 'I ra rn. >i)-(..-.rer.

t to develop into a city. The ferent. We have experienced: lots I B. Alden. publisher. 393 Pearl str., New I for a horse in Ocala last week. The owner ____h_ Walter Colemnn, Gen. "i'm He Agent.r.hj .

of the Lawtey railroad bnidins sort of friendship and do not want anymore York, also Chicago and Atlanta. I wanted $200. A proposition was made Masters Sale.

c of it. i t to toss up a half dollar to see whether it DRUGS5 I VIRTUE AND IN ln SL'\XCE OF AN
BY
point will make it a railroad center. One iristatice in particular we remem Looks Like :Sick Kitten. i should be $100 or $20('. It resulted in 1 order and decree l I.v thf IInTrtLIi' .lame I

will h A democrat was nominated to Such unkind remarks are frequently i favor of Yogi and he cooly plunked down: i :\. Baker, Jiulfrnof: Fi.u'-tli Jfdiciil: Circuit: of -
in railroad
give competition Florida in and lor tli-County of BrntTfcrd. cl.utetMay
I office in Putnam The conflict i
county. was the cash and walked
made about people who have sore. weak off with the horse. the I'-th A. 1>. 1MK! ), in a irnJ't-r, wlien-in Ilen-
rates and present inducements to a bitter one. and the Herald. had little or or inflamed eyes. These ailments in their or j.trvti ry Talbirt i I. eoni>Iniiiiit'lid: Thomas. Sweat I j

The no preference unless it war that he was Hdemocrat. worst stages are promptly relieved and I The First Symptoms of Death. and Sallie Sweat.his w.fe.: ii.-fei.,*ants. I tl.: < uudHrsignoilnssini'ial -
ci immigration. people arc fully We worked hard for his election iu.i-.Ur ajijointfd: by .uti fll j

cared Dr Wood's Micro Tirerl dull .
speedily by feeling headache in __
pains ( -
: 5j.i -- r- 'MS. 1 tfc\gw Cuiiit in pursuance lor sanl ilwife! wiUyHlntpubltrauction. _
alive to these facts, and money will I and spent dollars in setting type, treatment t which was never known to fail various parts of the body sinking at the I HI fri ot of tneCn-irt, hou'-ed'/or; _

r be freely used in the commending him to the people. He patted and n complete cure is guaranteed Each pit of 1IHI ktoll1l\c'h. loss appetite, feverishness In the Tow n starke ill t.ie sail Couf.tj' of Brad I
%idveitising t p I us on the back and said "good." He patient receives constitutional as well as i pimples or sores. are all positive forf!*..twl"'n tl-p: li-jjnl I hours of sal'. roIOSDY.TflIiTH

world the advantages ef Lake was Twelve months later he had I evidence of polsone hlo",1 No matt4'rhow : 1'AY OF Jl'LY.\nI''O p, p 1 -:'-' '' _!1e ? _
many clcrlc. l local treatment with medicines and everything thesaniebi-iiifra iegal Mie! .:n.\'. ti.o 1011.hi;-

t Uutler. a piece If advertising to let, on which the necessary lo complete a cure for $:t 1 it becamepoisoned it MUST be purified dt''criht'tlluhl fur sutis'ictiori <>f Ntl.l tltt'it*. I __,.s.- ____ _

t l law f el the price. He asked us to bid on Long years of experience show the wisdom to avoid death. Dr. Acker's En- J. L. GASKINS, situated in viM County rf tni'lfo nn 11e;'
gush Blood Elixir has failed ed follrws: Tbesonth h-'if' ot I.or", "t (
i it. and we were compelled to take the advertisement NKVKR: to
1 ut selecting such: The of railroad soroful'-us -
from remove
building or
Ii"t : I at A loss. This instance wn S It cure chronic cases of 40 SoM syphilitic poisons. of not thpost ouarterof section t'.raiy
under
Ikiwtey to Deadmans bay will give repeated in many other cases by the same years' sl.inding; Hundreds of pecplu( from 4 positive guarantee bv Drugs & Medicine all in township six C6> south, of run
AV. II. RIVEUS.Leesburg .
I erForl. He had forgotten past services (19) east, conta-nii'S! one 11I1IlIrl'dr..s t_ _ _
?; Bradford county three lines of railroad p When Florida become all p.irts of i ihe country ciiu: testify tocase" -S Starhe, Flat more or Il''.s. Teimscosh. piireh
newspapers more L .
of various kinds that have: beeiicured. : for titl.! \V. !
t running its i independent the better off financially anr I Commercial: The Masonic Ph)- itiuns' Prescriptions May 31.'. 18.'. SpteJ(
through entire
fraternity has decided to bui'd' a brick '
otherwise they will be. T- .
,. & length, or something over 100 miles do to tie to. and no PoltIcians.won't can I In every instance: there has been no return building to cost 6.000 The building Carefully U"ntjMwn(1c' .__J-,1-
newspaper
of the i1Sei..e in in
l.glt ( vcars. even the will I b" Incited Ihe lot ; I .'t
of
on Main
corner /
.
of railroad. Onr best farming coun when controlled by them. worst chronic csw.: That which is I testified und Second DY VIRTUE AND IN PURSUANCE OF ANorder
I
street. A committee is busy I) and decree of the Honorable James M.Maker. l.
is f to by thousands as [being an absolute getting the ivnd ; W. IL RIVERSDEALER : of the
try being opened up; towns wi Just an as hot weather up plans specification'spreparatory Judge Fourth Judicial (Circuit
fore come! cure is cheap at any price.S'here evcryhing to the Florida in and for the County of Bradford, datedMay
making
contracts.
; spring up all over the county and there will be more or less bowel complaint t el-e hid proved: valueless and forunes .. .- IX-. tli) ICtJi. A. I). ".. in a. matter -
in this
vicinity. Every herein James M. Hrownlee is
thousands of dollars worth of taxable and specially ought to person have a b were thrown away, it has proved t! Four Million Miles of Blood. Shoes plaiunnt and T. "'. Sweat and Sullic Sweat com-his
f.mle. b e the only cure. Men of such character wife, are defendants. 1 the
The I undersigned,
mathematical asspee-
for instant fiend has rece'nth'heell
property will be added to thcounty's a I reliable mehclne use md prominence ns Marshhll Field. Gen. I masterappoitited by snid( court in pursuanceof :
It is needed. A 25 50 cent bot- at work calculation
or upon of the
EIa tsOlothin..g ,
? cMe 3avis. Dr. Tanner. Hcv. Tallman and call decree will sell at public auction in front
tax books. h tl A Colic. Cholera and : work ,
1 ofChambrlaln's performed by the human heart. His of the Com t House door in the Town of Staike.
UMrho is Just what yon Prof.: Dalby hns indorsed the Micro (real 1- I i calculations nre curious and gives the in the s ti.1 County of Brad ord. between the l--gal

The talk that Chiplev"* state can ought have and nil.thet you would mi-nt. work of the heart In miles and beats. I It > hours of sale.MONDAY. .
-nodI TIlE 7TII DAY OF JULY. A. T.15O >
for the most severe and dangerous When ordering trc.itme.nt. send as complete I- ,
is based
upon the presumption the heartbeats the san.c being a legal sale day. the
foilowinfrdescrideil
vasf against Call is damaging to tho j (3'8. It is the best, the most reliable t-. description of your case as possible.The sixty-five times every minute blood Gents' Furnishing Goods. lands being the property the said! '1'-.

I most successful treatment firm is reliable and can refer you I lo nine feet. I \V. Sweat and Sallie Sweat, his wif. defendants
democratic in Florida is altogether thus the
Computed ofthe
party h known and is mileage and
tI pleasant L take. Sold y any bank orexpiess company. Address SUljeVttOSZLii decree, a-d situated in said
imaginery. Senator W. II. Itt VOfll.florn.steaders. orders to Wood's Micro Co. Office 103 hl"cltllhrough the bodymight I betaken DRY GOODS & County of Bradford aunt described as follows
I NOTIONSHaving .
tO'Wit .
I as 207 yards per minute. 7 miles per : Lotsnumberedthree(3)1 four (4) thir.tt"eo iclarsonJursnP. P.P. a*|'iendidenmblniulon.sti'l .
West Main street. Madison. IndianlIt (l3') and fourteen (II) in what is known and I proscribe It with gra; Mtlsi'cotlnn fur tba cures of
Call has hour \c$ miles
p .
the miles .
public trust day. 61,320 ,
per ,
bl.tra'ei: Attention. per recorded ; all f"rm n- cures where doctors f-ul.. Its effects !r Ipiompt. as Kverly's addition to the Town of _ _ _
p people ought to know it. I U. S. Lml Office ) year. r>r 4.293,400 miles a lifetimes of '0 just received a large stock i of Starke in said County of Bradford.and State of
he il'
I Gainesville .. May 12 1590. f 't'lInI-. Louis Republic. thawbove goods we are prepared to supply Florida. Terms cash, purchaser paring for ti -
tles. t.
by the railroad cot -. wants. Give W. WEEKS. .
your call
persecuted and in-
us
great r a
.
Notice Editors May 30.18rO.
to and Publishers and Waycross as a Metropolis.The Special Master.
Our very Best PeopleSIi pet our before .
; whom he has the goods buying elsewhere. -- ------- -- -
-
porations opposed, Homestead Claimant: Rev. I>. WaUou Winn, rector of ( .
k Hll rlll our statement when that
wesay : Notice of Sal
people are able to judge. Let the I Claimants who desire making final proof [trace church, Waycross, writes that after Dr. Acker's English Kemedy.is in every, RIVERS & JOINER .
suffering twenty-live frompainful I will sell at --
:years public outcry to the highest bid I- -- ---
I matter be thoroughly discussed and i will hereafter send to the register of this and disagreeable eruptions i way superior to any and nil lither preparations ffUs23 STARKE. ]J.\. tier,at the residence of Mary Ann Dreggers.cn ,Hvphllii.c Iliiemnatlxm.ScrofUlons Clc naid'iro
: for the Throat and Lun I at the proper time the legislature of office a written request for blank copy of caused one bottle by of poison P. P.onk.1. the ho was world's Mired with j I Whoopinj Cough and Croup it is maqh:' THE BRADFORD more or 1"s-. belonging! to the estate stock of cattle C). W.. old Cbr"iic I'lif tlii' fiave Tfled all tr ntmBnt.Catarrh. .
COUNTY
greatest and RANK deceased.
final McKinney Terms
proof notice which letter must relieves at oneVe offer you a cashM.
: our state will be fully competent to. cntin purifier. sample bottle free. Remember this L. McKiNXET.
remedy
decide who will be the best a full and accurate description of CORNS REMOVED! QUICKLY I is sold under positive guarantee.' I STARKE, FLORIDA.Does Starke,Flo..June C, 1S90. Adminifctrator.Elisor's .
man to -
the with -"
land -
of claimant
.
name
written
L And surely by the use of Abbott's East! 3 W. II. RIVERS. -

c : : represent its.r in full also the names and post office n Idres. Indian Porn Paint.-The best cum for a General Banking business. Sale.

'" of his or her witnesses. Corns, Warts and BuniOns is Abbott's Money Through the Malls. Fxcbange bought and sold on nil principal TTNDEU AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECU

Those people who are opposing : I I East India Corn Paint. it never fails. Some ingenious fellow sent a $10 note cities of the United States and out U of tion.the office directed of the to Cltrk me as of the elisor Circuit and I issued Courtof bLin Cn'cniM'*, Kciema, CUronlc Female CoDlalr.u. -
of said
Upon letter .
receipt the register Try ill! Mercurial r JM>n.Tottor i'vatdhad.etc.etc.
t Dr. Gasml with the idea that he i is' note fastened to large tag properly. addressed I- Europe. Bradford County. Florida in a cause lately P.P.P.H it pnwi-rf-il tonle nil an e c llnnt ppltlcer -
will send blank notice for publication ----- I pending in laid court wherein Edward Bowden
in signed and stumped to some correspondent Collections
I. Senator The New YOlk World of :: Promptly Attended To. was plaintiff and D I... Alvarez was defendant, I
an to in.
Friday
aspirant Cal" seat i which the name of the newspaper publish May I half way across the continent' hae levied upon the following-described lands I

: the United State senate, are entire- ed nearest the land will be inserted by 23d. has a four-column article on "Miz'II'sRecordThe it was so odd a missive AS to attract the: ; YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.J. situated sai,1 COunty and state,as the property
: Manner of Man Who has attention all along the line and even I to of said defendant viz: The SKJi:! of SW44 of sec.

Iy mislead. It is well known by the him. Hereafter no receipts from editor been Appointed to Office in the State of raise (the question whether it was mailahle M. SEIDLE, Prcs't. 17. and NEV of NW .j of spc. '0. all in tp. 6 S,
22 E. Also
lot
range a of land
described fol
]
doctor's friends that he is a supporter or publishers for the publication of fna Florida-A Favorite of Harrison-Two err not.Ve kept an eye on it lOlls destination ,N.WIIIACKETT, CnsV.BOARD lows,viz: commencing at the NE corner as of the

proof notices will be received by this office( Families Robbed and-the Members Killed and it was properly delivered. -- lot now occupied by said defendant as a residence
of Call's. There is a little scheme -The I.au ('d as a Cloak, but Indignant I .in the Town of Starke running north along ,building up tlio n'.itcm rl,11f.
"t unless the paper published by them OR the western boundary of lands LoUlo?whoso 3jat iiii are poUou-d and whooe blood
ROOMS. owned
Ins Citizens demand that I lie Killing! I lie Do not Suffer Longer. by Dilla- l-i)n an Imynrn ri-n dna tn nwn.tni.l Irren1iu1tL. -
: on foot, however, by his friends to been first selected any lierryanj Jones, S": feet to lan known as the --
by (the register. brought to Justice anr the finding of Indictments I WANTED Fuller
Knou inir that a cough can checked -A few Boarders on or Rising tract of land, thence wet 210 ft.

make him the next governor of the This order is based on ac of March 3, is the beginning of n Screaming in a day, and the first stages of consumption reasonable terms or will let Room> to a street thence south along said street375 ft.,
i thence east ill feet
to
; state of Florida, and every citizen 1879 which provides thnt the notices Farce in the Courts-Packed Juiies and, I I'roken in a week we iiernby; cither furnished or ii nfii nrtished. in the SWW of NWJf of point sec.of*J.beginning tp. 6 S, range being 22
Corrupt Judges-A History ff the Cold guarantee Dr. Acker's
English Cong E. and will offer same to the
highest end best
! '. of this county should join in heartily above reel rell to shall be-published in n Blooded Deeds committed Twenty Years Komedy, and will refund the money I toall ; Call on or address bidder for cash in front of tho Court house door

," to forward this There newspaper desiccated I by the tegisler i as ago-One Man Weighted own with Iron I who 1'tiy, take it as per directions: MRS. R K. JONES in legal the hours Town of of sale Starke.the in said county, within
plan.
carry I and nrownedurvi"ing Victims of Miz ami df. not till statement correct. on ..
nearest the land, nnd under circular of FIRST MONDAY OK JULY. A. D. ::8!)O. are y cnilftrlj licnruti-d by the wonderful Ionic nd
t could be no greater honor to the April 21, which authorizes the register ell's wrath forced to Fly the Country to 1 W. H. KIVKRR. STARKE, Fr. \. the sim being the 7th day of said month anti a: I I i.t buMKi: a clur.nsinpr,,.) rt.ta'in'.i i rtits uf?. P.P..Prickly Aah Pok
187 --- legalsaleday. S.lrllJn I
is
Escape Death. It I is a terrible arraignment sold for satisfaction

L county, nor could a more compi-tunt when two o more papers are published and gives the country some idea of: Every adult! nun has 1.400 square feet: \ Good Position.To of Property said execution.pointelolit I'urchivfr by ill's pa3'ing for titlc''.

.. man for gO\'enl1 l lIe found in the in the same town or city to select the republican administration of affairs in. the of lung"surface, or, rather (Ihe mucous ladtes and gentlemen who desire to make plaint W. II.attorney.UXPEHHJLL,
in which
- state than Dr. Gaskins. one the notice shall be published. south. membrane lining the air cells would, if money rapidly we offer a splendid opportunit Tuos. E. Broo. El;or.
1 .V. J. SHIPMAN, Rece "er. We have a large number Att'y for Plaintiff.
-- spread out on a fcmoclh plain surface, of agents making from June e, J8'jCI,
ALEX. LYNCH, Register. That Congressman Bullock will lose cover an extent equal to (the above figures.A four to eight dollars per day selling pictures of --- ----
- -
Jefferson ----I
It is Davis for which there Is groat demand
fact that
a singular the -
ofce: S.- his seat in congress now looks almostcertain. man breathes eighteen times a minute, everywhere. If you are already an ag pnt. Notice. ; 5

of Mayor is but little sought after, Hon. W. V. Lucas ex-state auditor of The republican majority will) and uses,000cubic feet or about 37o: no matter what von are seilingynu: should carry ;. PERSONS INDEBTED ILL L1PPKIAHTTUOLr fOS., Proprietors
Iowa, says: "I have used our pictures. You will he A TO THE ES-
rhambfrlaln'sougb it out the hogsheads, of air hour. Pall; Mall surprised to see how I '. DIWt'GISTS.
run on ousting-the-dcmocrats( per tate of Johu" Bushnell.late of Bradford ,
: very few people being even willing Remedy in my family and hav rapidly they sell. Our outfit consists of four dif Sttte of Uppman -
Gazette County. Florida BJocrw
no hesitation in line if it takes all summer. It is the republican ferent styles of pictures, three of Mr. Davis and deceased w ill come SAVANNAH 6A._
saying it IN excellent forward and make
accept it if tendered them. This an majority in the house and n attIre --- oneotllcniyVt. Orady. size 11x14 inches, and I'I immediate payment, and alii
t I
remedy. believe claims
all that is claimed for sell for 50 cents eaeh.Ve have the persons holding against said estate witprei.tut [Hl4l SV/
state should not exist. In[ it Pernl afflicted by a cough or cold k. democratic majority the ballot box, That Terrible CoughIn which Mrs. Davis says is the fin"lIt be .tlike-IIt..11 lcngrting I I them dulrlnrh..ticatt'I, within th" I -.

ofafair wi I a friend." There in no dan that goes in this congrl' !.-Green Cove the morning, hurried or difficult I ness she has seen of her late lamented husband, time re juired by law.or this notice will be plead

: the first place the mayor shouldhave from whooping cough when this Spring. breadline raising phlegm, tightness I in size 14x18 inches price $l..rO. Outfit complete in bar of their recovery. I
_. the chest chilliness consists of all the above mentioned A. \\. BlJDLF. iTt: P IwI
is -- qiuiiitenedpulse ( I in pictures
remedy freely given. 50 rent bottles Lawtey, Fla..June 6.
more authority in worth $: 00, but will be IMrt. .
) the sent to those only who _
for evening or sweats at night all '
municpalafair. sale by W. II. Rivera.S. A scrap of paper Saves her Life. or mean business for $2. This ("eludes the flue Adriuiniscranj'I
He should be consulted It was just an ordinary scrap of wrappIng any of these things are tho first stages of steel engraving with frame und glass. We also

all laws that he The June Issue of the Monthly Bulletinwill paper, but it saved her lifo She v*s.Couza consumption. Doctor Acker's English hve outfits for $1 f o but it will pay you to havo U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER I ;- i _
abut is expected i to in the last 1 Remedy WILL cure these fearful thebest. This Ii a groat opportunity to make
stages ofconsumptlon.told
enforce before be an "educational number," containing byphysioi.nis symptoms, and i is sold under a positive nior.ev and you should order at once or write for ._ S
they become law 8. she WAS incurable and -onld partlc lanc. SS
guarantee W. H. RIVERS.
He should be a thorough and comprebensln'lIis.toric.'lt live only a short time; she weighed less by 5 We pay agent OT per cent. commisMon and : P.ga.CTJLv ''" T JVJ .

more responsible for !? and stclisticnl review of the than 70 IbM. On a piece wrapping paper I allow thorn to collect before returning us our : ,

the fulfillment of slid she read of Dr. King's New ) 'rThe trials and tribulations money on tegular orders for pictures. : es s f? s ?
laws entire of t the
and, educational system of the state, country P S. Pictures of either Jefferson Davis or : f : -
ery., and got a sample bottle; it he1pfldber editor'are exemplified in the (-f Henry W. Grady album size 8 ts sent J5lCrtTi
ce
above all he person to any
should both
be allowed a embracing public and private educational she bought larse bottle. it helpedher Editor .Matthews, of tne Macclenny Sent address for names of two agents and silver dime >v .

; salary in addition to his fees and I institutions, and a large edition more, bought another. and grew better inel. .AUh -ugh the paper is almost exclusively or swered.postage stamps. All questions cheerfdly an Jtenors Icwarc .3-caed! l.lyerl"t- -
fast continued it use and is now Kr.rr.s. etc. All liaittioasoft"
are *-
then Ycliake\ will be printed the greater portion of published in the interest of the DAVIS *
plenty of good. ctizenscou1 strong, health rosy p'unip weighing : MEMORIAL CO.. Is -i.; nnli ---IICUJP,rrt on
which will be distributed ::t the meeting 140 lbs For fuller particulars send stamp locality his home patronage amounts 0nOthing. 907 MAiN STRUT, DALLAS, ': C- them.rtI.! ., g ..Icr i.ias eztat !!shcd,
be induced the totf/fL- His total subscription list short -- and sf-IJ oti i.s resist ition. Take thii
t Cole, Drugni-t-Fort Smith, a I
accept po of the National Educational association nt v'ithcuai .' nma -
tion. As our law now .exists it is b slut St. Paul Minn., in July. lion. Albert .I. Trial liottips of th.5. wonderful Discovery time ago was 91, and for nine weeks after i has t"e act v !t nn I picture 11 Dr. M.
Russell '* druggists. 4 he assumed control of the paper he was I A.Simmer .\iUe! Irort,and those word*
an empty honor at best.Tba instruction stile superintendent'- publ icrif ., obliged to live on the sum of $1 per week I IANIi Ih onjrtprtt- *'' ..oltlcancl t.a :lt cXradd
has undertaken the "work
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Mrk E---. t red,
of Name
vinng ,
orfler
to the I
in
keep establishment. I
preparing the matter for this number, andIhe "Eupepsy. up A lecture ant! /%: raphtNov. j*.1343.'*

', Hosae Paper. officers of all private schools '&el1 This is wKAfryoAVonght to have.,in fact sad commentary on the business men of I I '- (

B1-* An ucbag says: Never stop your emies and colleges in the stale will cent d-I you mast have K to_ .fl' 1J.Y. enjoy life: .lIIccle ny. ,. ,
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home paper. I you feel tht you are,notable n great favor upon him and upon the I Thousands are searching for \fly*nd '. Mr. C. II. Moon will commence. | -, -
because' they find it J]} "' -
mourning uu* .1.r/i.
: to take several always stop he Bureau of Immigration und aid greatly in I Thousands thqustnds dollars) WE.treat and PERMAKMOT.TjjtfiAY next week and fit up the Hnyt built .It Has for 47 years c-reU INDIGESTION, -
pp upon J Bitiovs-icsgt

one farthest from bo. You ask why? ihe advertising state by the forwatding educational lo the advantages bureau fun of are 8pen1 annually by .our people in the,. ic ltna lL'or E48ESe. OEFORXITIKS, all CHKOS- ing, opposite the bank, as afirt-j:: STARKK., FLA. j SICK JlexD'.ri:nsTlvr'zssDYsr.pst:, I ,s ot' Arr.rira,,

- We answer in this : In the first hope thatJhev. rnayMtaln this boon,'andyet ) and BUKOICAL CASES.SKX-' 'class It SOI-R Stomcjf, Lv SPIRITS, .tout '
way place detailed information concerning them. it miiybe hail by all. We guarantee J v vt DISEASES of MEW, Wo- restaurant. will lie run i in i j i Ot!)' ci'ilIttttt'.llVon t"l>" tt 'P-iiing; Watches J JjBEATr., CoLic 1Dr.J.1..Gra7e3r.ttorof.

\'or foreign paper that you spy' you'canget -. that Electric Bitters if used..aeeorl Ii I g MEN, and CHILDREN the re- New York style] and! named I af'I'one at rrasonslilc iiii.lJnvflrv.jir't-t fr&l'a"h i'.Vr. AU w..rk .loo 3 7t

, for one dollar per year, cares nothing Dr. Acker's English Pills. to directions and the use p'ersfsled: In, >'EnlHabittor null*ot imperfect Excesses Development Optum, of the largest restaurants in that I ;Jlerap of your:iisTcnn.ts.Ircccne'l Liv<.r.I. '!icncaniiha a e package used- I

for you nor your interest; it the dot lar Are actlv., effective and pure. For sick wjll bring you good digestion'and oust and the \\hitkty Jab. A city-"The Dairy Kitchen." FOR( SALK.: ;, :half of it. ItworVsl.kcacharm. I want
j headache disordered stomach loss of the demon Dyspepsia and install insteadsl nree and rnasnlficent SANITARIUM and no better Liver Re-tlat"r,anti certainly !
and only' that; they are not trying to buildU appetite bad complexion and bilhIou (r Eupt'pRY.Va recommend Electric Bit- PUIVATH LYING-IN HospiTAiTIn connec II I Valuable ORAXCJK (. n'E on no mote of Znhn's nurture.

? jour town or commuuity) : when ne s. they have never been equalled'i t era for Dyspepsia and all disease of the I tion. Jlvtsk (f Life, with particulars for !, ijorMl terms. C.F.Simmons.*U-d'cine Co.,Propr's, .
your
Cure KKBE. .
either in America abroad. Sold Home DK. PARKER'S MEDICAL St.Louis,ilo.o
time for which have or by liver. stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50e & SURGICAL INSTITUTE 151 A'arthn &
you ha >$ T'IOS.) K.:
2 I isrui.( ; ;
Rlllihl W. U. RlVKRB. and $1 bottle ,
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per by druggists. 4 /iPf'Ut ; -(t. NASHVILLE, Ti K- I I '
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'Atlir I 1877. .,BBFORD'COUYTELEGRJAHL\ }' They With mod dug a they well vailed In the it<
I I === L Tbe7 made.....beld841& .% 'I he,Guards are making n'ce Vrog1"e I tag and other mutter The rr.etllugj I Ism plus As "'tOl.IIf' JPM t't'd n f trnv-
'0. = t And called it tbe Council Pond. adjourned subject to call. It Wh. nutiu'lf :over the PaciHc stripe In- will return
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J. ALVAREZ | Starkc, Fla. June 6 1890.I $ drilling. tn Washington ami res''en: .
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181i : I Tate Powell, M. D., is shipping decided to incorporate whk h will be done Stnntor CurlWc i- tin; : latest J..mo"rnt .
""'1:0: 4 l lots of cucnmbers. When you go to Jacksonville>>, stopat at cure. The sbnrea! will probably beplaced statesman to give the f\ rmlf'J. AKhnrj

.J, I iLocai ; the Travelers. See advertisement at $10 eacb. A .creat dwil 01 f intertl a"Vjne good auvioIn rrply to n letter
I ." ffairs.k Mr. Sam Crews is now tbe book- elsewhere.Jue I if manifested and a good school for from a gentleman in Ata'ama asking bi-
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) Iii 5. c. Milk shakes at Meacoatn's. eeper in Mr. N. J. Jones' store. views on the bill which! bus. j ''1t brrnreported o.
:* Williams the other Starke will he the outcome-
L f* :,. living:: on drer Hy by the HTOW caramltcr :-
Sj. A full lint of paints oils Ben Bugg is short side of Lake Butler his and "means
'a
$ DEALERI ana at spending a reports cotton A Pleasant Weddlttc Analverwarjr on ways ) provide for the?
; **J I5S ; Truhy, Sternburg & Co. while with his'father and sister, Mrs. field full of blcHm.LOST. 1 Dinner. I establishment: ofS!' IIt..trl"1'1ude. f.ir tft-

JSO.. ,2iJ i Lemonade] and Epperson.Mr. I ton ge agricultural/: : product Mr. C>\rIli.'I1e -
soda water atMeachamX A Lnwtey. Flu.) June lt. 1890. l
grey parrot with red lq sayi "The f'1rmpr: IlIu'e0 hucllong
{ | J. G. Alvarez' new delivery] tail. Reward paid fur its return to A very pleasant surprise: dinner. was fur the* benefIt of nthrr el'i.'u:
lr.Q D Summer is I given Dr. and.Mr Todd on their nnrt haviMTU 54, much !Ir nlnti'-n for iheaggrandisement
-1 U goods at reduced prices wagon a daisy and just! the thing Miss FEARING, Starke. eighteenth '
.. :.i. at 'l'rnhySternbiirg & Co. for the business. wedding ann \'ers:1rr. FiidaytheSOth $ of corporations nm! synd.cutes -
4 Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and Mr I that th"ir pVienre N rxh!instill.
CiUa LOOK HERE-Wills & Owens The most successful business and Mrs. Daniels left for ult. The friends who participated and finding it impossib'c for the time b--
, 11.01 will sell men Tuesday were Mr. and Mr. t'apU: T J BurrinI: Mr. l lug at k."t *o abolish the IIp'.rn"hr! ,
:ZII.. "'f you anything you need in of Starke arc those who advertise in their former home in Fen du Lac :
U.. the way of groceries and Mrs. S A Bailey. Jofcph Craw-haw.) hns oppressed an?! d.-! p"liit th r greatest
JJ i MILLINERYt provisions, the TELEGRAPH. \V 1I. I industrial
lOp Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J intend in (!lit' country they ssr-r
Jr.
1I tp! confectionery. biscuits, etc. "!seplt Crawshnw; _
now demanding: that thi- ..
'plUe ;"'< "Partidos" cigars atHciberger Crops all over the county are Mrs. Chas. A. Green, wife of the Mr. and Mrs. C 11 Stcughton. Dr. J D they h.ive heretofore denounced!very policy.which MS- .,.

-* & Richard. l looking better than usual for this agent of the J. '1'. & K. W. railroad, Smith and wife. Ilev.: J G Bonnell and unjust tuna ruinous hall be appUe-l. tne-

i Take time of the year. of Tampa, is visiting her sister; Mrs. wife. Mr. and Mrs. Chas H Bailey. Mrs.B or rnthcr part of tlicm. far no st-hftn ha--
uJ1Ih&l your girl to Aleacham'a for a II. S. Walker. yet been suggested that will: ajiie-!
iterate
011 H Alden. Mr( and Mrs. Walter Todd.
ni cool Quite number of Bradford
..:;. I temperance_drink. a county I upt.n all foreigner But to evil CIR Jierorrectctl.
--- ""it.;: Bargains in ladies' and misses' politicians were in the city Monday I Mr. II. M. Frazee, brother of CoL Mr. SI C JxiwK Mr. J P M McCnllcy.! no wrung can lw righted by Increasing

- <'J, PARISIAN STYLES. l low shoes at of this week. I Frazee, has! located in the cit,.. He Mis. Amelia McCullry!! and Mr. and )Irs. its magnitude ami fxtenJio* the '
1 i is E O Hill. tf-ope of Us operation. There i L t.ut one
law under Col.! 'rafee.All
Trnby, Stcrnburg & Co. Rev. \%Tm. Malpburs will baptize studying effectual: remedy for the evil whi -b iiudoubledly .
After the bountifully spread IftWe? )liil
Frazees who will
All kinds of temperance drinks at six i candidates at the New river Bap- make as good exist!, and that in tn reirrsrlls
"" Meacham's i ist church next Sunday. citizens as our colonel, are welcomeas been fully Rpprrciatd docctor iu A few policy which product! u "
.".,' of opposite post office. citizens of Starke. well-chosen and feeling words tbitukrd: I PostLuuU-r General Wanamaktr i ill rnrn-
\V; ;" h A Great Display SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, and ORNA- New straw hats at The Travelers Hwtel in Jacksonville his frieuda present on behalf of him'elf i iug the III will of all/ small Washington

':. ': KE>TS, Bangle Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair Ornaments, Trnby, Sternburg fe Co. always open. Only $2.00 a Mr. Albert Green, of Waycross, and wife for their kind thoughtfulness. I f?tIiaisZI agents brcntt' ; l he U )\UU lug

'ciL2p to numerous to mention. I will not be undersold. Come day house in that city. Give it atrial. Ga., paid Starke one of his period nnd wished them all anniversariesof one l large fir m. whicji piiMW.t-8 a p |lN'r.
or Styles many tu violate the postal'Jaws ,
1{ and i ical visits this week, and made our in sending .u;
examine my block. call their own. The party cue" awl nil. copies: of that paper. Like Mr. \\nna-
lOOp J. W. sanctum a pleasant accompanied m ker.. the bead of this
fnvorvd
Hodges. of the that such Concernv.s
were opinion gatherings
This
IIlkIa Swiss Embroideries Plain wet weather will show where by some lady relatives. The
9 HamburgS, and Embroidered Hem-stitch- young H large coutributur t') il,c r.isubic.tntuuipiutgn | !
TAKE
r i'ii; NOTICE-Wills & Owens the were spots in M life-time nnd that
: : Leno public roads need draining and plendid uniform of the WaycrossRifles green c fund. which rlItus
cd Suits Skirtings and uiuny
a 1J'nn.aDd Van Dyke Laces, Queen's Lawn, keep a Jim dandy stock of groceries i grading, and this work should be ] in which he was nnayedUS wedding anniversaries should metre generally -I things./ ItlO- Con

",i.; India.Linen, Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn and ctc.I attended to forthwith. admired be observed. --,
"1 j greatly by our "soger boys. I Episcopal Services.
- Nainsooks, Solid and :Fancy-Striped Nice new buggies for sale by The Florida Muck Land Company._ Arian eint-nialj.m-: I de
,. I Walter Alvarez was thrown from lIessrV.. H. Taylor and W. D. m to In.M
:3lUpp! 'f,,, Satteens. .. I :N. J. Jones.: I a horse! last Friday and quite badlv I Sapp have formed a The stockholders of the above-named Epi 1(.opal service n.xt Siuitia! }. iu llv II'"
partnership under -
ana : Call and see the new stock of i Fie is J company held their :flrst annual meetingin I per story of HiiLMng dfcttl) b.1k..f the
French Sailings: Real and) Linen Chambrays injured. recovering and will I the firm name of Taylor & Sapp Starke Institute which will Iteilru'jjnaUdn .
Nun's-Veiiing )
shoes at J. W. Hodgep. their office in Starke on Mondny the 2d
-'I be himself ,
soon the ,
Henriettas again. I and have opened a mercantile business 'Lnst. Epi" fipal Mi--sion building at
5O'I Side-Band-Suitings, etc., etc. Hams! shoulders, sausage, butter, Mrs. Hilliaid and returnedto in Mr. Sapp's store on Call sL I ., aid inocrporntfd themselves Into n 1 0O:; a. m. and 73J p. m.. standard time.

The Largest Lin.e of cheese, etc., just! received by Jacksonville Monday.family have There IN nothing dead about Starke. corporate body with capital of fSOO.OOO. this The public svrviev.an- inot ('tmlilliJulvilrtl. to
,1 They of which $150.000 i' T'ie following
paid
Wills!: & Owens. been with New firms and new houses are an up.
.' ', Lancaster, Saccarappa and Ameoskag: Ginghams ever brought South. A Straw hats cheaper than ever at family stopping for time. Dr. Osakine'e very day occurrence. l were selected ns! officers for the i Coat ofa Canuory Oulfli.

4cn. beautiful linj of CHALLIES at 8 cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and Trilby, Sternhur: & Co. I some ensuing yrar: President. J. L. Gaskin;:I The following estimates by :i pf"r'lOrt
Mr.
\Y.
K. Cessna
er-i: ORGAN DIE.' J. W. is Miss Frankie McKenna, of New state treasurer vice president. J. y. Bailey; secrttnry. experiencci,1 in the'canning hn :ncl.! ". were
: Hodges selling clothing
of the Farmers' Alliance
:> ;' York, who has been visiting with will meet Ie. L. Peek: treasurer Mortimer C. Lewis. : prepared for i the Lyiuhl.iiig! YU il.itlll.
:" shoes hats notions. and in fact
everything -
( TIlE COMPLETEST LINE OF : the alliance Satur
'ft'r: Mrs. Dr. Gaskins, left Monday for Hampton next The board of directors comprise! all the The capacity of the fixtures herein descrilwd "
-. ," Children's Misses' and Ladles' Hose offered cheaper than lie has ever Jacksonville and dart There will be an attempt made
/ r.o : ever to the trade 1 before.Lemons. Macclenny. officers and Mr. J. P. McCulley. ThU I is ndipted to a small cnnnery:

:,ci in Starke. Ladies' Ribbed Undervests in every style. Parasols, Mrs. F. E. Grierson and to reorganize the Starke and Hampton company own 4,000 acres of inuck] land I The l hauler with one kettle would! prepare .
; .1. at Meacham's 25 cts per daughter, alliances into one alliance ami
517HO; Fans, Gloves, etc. Brown and Bleached Cottons, Table Linens, dozen. of Jacksonville, aro visiting with hold their meeting there on the on the G. 3. & F. railroad at S.impsoncity : enough tomatoes, etc. tn fill S.COO

a Towels and Mr. H. S. Walker and Mrs. the entire body of which is ns level: cans! or Ihrw times This nnmlxr of ipples .
UhMp Napkins, Doylies Towel Crash family.
Summer Jeans: and Have you tried Sweet Home flour? h half-way ground. I I
,::;; Cottonades. The sales Grierson is Mrs. Walker's mother. us a table. The company propose to erect or penchf-s. Every nilditlonnl bit! .
- are increasing every day. ThQse who possess maps of thi flood-gates in their canal about n milt, below would proportionately. incre-i the cupwcity -
'nunrm The bc.st trade lite it. For sale by The office-seeker is .
; I Ian. LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF SHOES & I county now city are requested to mark down l the lake so as to be able to!sub irrigate I
Richard.
lleibcrger seriously thinking of buying
; a cew thereupon the new body of water which will insure a crop ouh season. The cost of n ''iiirr! of !twelve rpower .
IN Haby from $2.50 to $20 saddle, ditto a new sheep-skin ditto
THE CITY.Every carriages created between N. J. .
.JoncJ'Ul11p i is
The object of this company is to mute an $220; f-p-rr) kettle. f 17. This will
at Trilby, Sternburg & Co. a new pony. He i U going to do some and
' the well. No
,- one pleased and fitted. We arc sole for the world-renowned new public name i immense sugnr farm and to m.inufnctnre dn for tomatoes apples peaches and all
agents tall
N. J. .Jo te8' mammoth dry goodRemporium riding. for it has as yet bten resolved on by and refine sugni ; also to manufacture kinds i of berries.If .

.TAMES MEANS $2, 3 $4: Shoe. I'j i is filled to overflowing Miss Annie Alderman, of Melrose, the city council, but Council Pond fertilizers. They will mine pho corn and peas arc to I foe canned. 1&

with new spring goods, and prices i is af/crack bird shot. She has been suggested as a make-shift .
FINE LINE can bring I and lime rock down the canal, which will patent: process will l he necessary. This
A CLOTHING, GENTS'FURNISHING never were lower than they are this down\ bird tbut happens to ben i in the meantime.
every will
j necessarily biingthc canal into use transporting owl $1S5. With thti keUle you wi.t

GOODS, Trunks and Valises. Saddles, Bridles, season.Fresh. i front of her gun every time. Two By advertising in the TELEORAPU it to the lake.. t iav.- a jot of crates.!

Harness -the best Wool Collars! always on hand. Meacham's.lot of sweet pine apples at birds at a time is a poor shot for you catch the cash customers. The Fertilizer. factories will be !built; K sawmill Leaving out tbi> we have the following

her. man on whose crop you hold a mortgage will be built; sugnr refinery will be additional items: Open ketllc and c'rI.iriixtra

H FANCY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS( of all kinds, HARDWARE \Ve have a complete stock of Quite a serion accident occurred is bound to trade with yon, built; which will! make an important I cost $6 to $8:exhaust box. $7:crunVtn '

and Fanning; Implements, Crockery, Tin and GIlsS'an', Funn- goods in e\ery department.: .Every on the new tramroad east of town but the free man with cash in his place of Sampson City anti add materially hoist crates nut of the kettle. |13; air

tnre and Stoves, also sole agents! for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING body can be suited in regard to price l last Friday. Jasper Strickland had pocket, who can trade wherever he to the wealth of our county. .\. rice'crl i' pumps t6;oil tank, $8 to $23; free pots.

MACHINE-works button holes, sews on buttons: and docs every! kind and quality. Give us a call before a leg broken by a heavy log rolling chooses, is apt to forget that you i is planted the fir't year on this land nrd $s to $10; Debow cuppinf .tools $2 each

of Fancy work, all for the same price as other machines.&T purchasing that.ve mean and business let us convince and you and on it. At last accounts he wig doing exist unless he sees your adveitise- 115 bushels to the acre 10 not an unusualyield. (two of these will In.- nvirs.Miy! for each

can i well. meiit frequently. The corn now growing there will man. but one "cupper" ij Millicieut iu a

'....-- ICE COLD BUTTER AND CHEESE" 3 will save you Trnby money., Sternburg & Co. Mr. Chas. E. Wyman is still painting Mr. H. S. \\ alker and Scott Alvarez make a crop (If about 100 bushels lothrncrc. s mal! cannery). ,

i beautiful igns about town. Among have purchased the butcher More will be salt about this company The prces: of cans, if tlirj" are bought

the Sodawati-r, milk shakes, etc., at those painted this week is one business of Mr. J. R. Alvarez and and their. intentions next: week nnd at the right time. arc $1 78 per hundred
Always BEST GOODS for the least MONEY! Wills & Owens.
,,, for Will & Owens Morgrn Bros., are located in the building next to i in subsequent issues. for two-pound cans and from $2.43 tc. $3 .
:-. :: FOR S/\1 E.-A tim-clas roundtrip & hundred for
-- -- -- and City Market. Sparkman Co.'sbar. Thf liefirm Kingsley Lake Item per three-pound cnna.

(/ -W-ANTS: OIF ticket to New York via Mallory name i is Walker & Alvarez. They There w a good deal of activity going The cases or boxes in wi ich the casts

steamship line. Apply at this office. Morgan Brothers have entirely are painting and repairing their on about the lake ibis season. As u ulIl. are p ckeil for shipment, uml which ln.Mtwo .

We have the largest and most removed the frame building next, ttheir place of business and have a veryneat the first \\utermelons of the season are dozen cans cost "seven cents each;
brick j
TROUT STERNBURG AND CO. complete line of summer dress goods erection of store their preparatery brick to the place. They have a large sign grown on this lake. The pioneer melon ca!cs that hold tno dozen three-pound

11.F.11. ever offered for sale in this city. on the same site.new building painted on their store front, which i rliilerfr.. Abe Stncklnnd. bus a strung cans cost 9 cc nt* eurh
Prices lower than
ever. is very conspicuous.Two ". The price paid for is
competitor this season in Mr. } G. Car. shelling peas 5 cts

--- s- :=:i- < -.-c.-..- Truhy, Sternburg Co. Mr Albert Green, of WaycroM, of our boys went out for a I ptnJer.: The orange trees are !IcCoking well per gallon; for ptilsng tomatoes, Ic per

STOP AND THINK-That Wills I Ga., who has been spending a few ride last Sunday and by some means I this season; evirybody who has bearing bucket (the common wooden bucket); for

& Owens! sell groceries as cheap as I days in the city, gave the Bradford missed connection at the dinner hour trees will have n good crop of fruit. The peeling and-8 rdiug peaohc 12 ctnts prr

They want to sell you yonr Groceries, Provisions, Flour, any house in the city. County Guards several lessons in On the return trip they stopped at a young people of Starke come in great bushel. These are the prices when the

.. ... '1 Prayer and Praise, with notes, 55 drilling, which was duly appreciated farm house, and one of them was flocks to our beautiful lake to hath and Land* are baarriol: nt the 5flfl.r-%. If thnrboiNl ,

! Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. cents. Without notes, 25 cents at by them. heard to remark sotto voce to one of fish. Mr. Carpenter proposes to make themselves. fifteen cent per day i*

Morgan's. _ _ Rev. Jos. F. Shands, pastor of the the children: "Bud, I am as hungry quite extensive arrangements!: for Iheir reception allowed.In .

,, They want to sell you your'Dry (Goods and Notions. Wills & Owens will give you a L M. E. church, has the thanks of the as a hUed owl; air there any cold I antI! entertainment. lie will build the foregssissgtlLitfliCist; of expense S

: nice present with every pound of TELEGRAPH for a generous piece of potatoes about the house ?" For a few boats which he will hire ID plensurdM'ckerB. I of starting a cannery nothing is said abouta
.1- They, want to Sell you your Clothing and Furnishing Goods] coffe the 'and best flavored further of Fred I hou'e to the
you buy. largest pine- particulars inquire He will also build a bnlh house cover machinery and opera.

Mr. F. A. Hess, a practical tinner, apple ever set before the scribe. It; Morgan. for thtir accommodation. The pt-upla are tions. This maybe, a very plain cheap

They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. will be in Starke every Saturday to was grown on an island near Key "Homan)' children have you building n new road from lonin post office ehed, or ti more costly! builCing. or sumo

; They wanf to sell you'your Boots, Shoes and Itnhbers.1 do work in his hint Orders tan be \Vest, ,bad, and of what sex and color?" I to intersect! with the Starke and s.!Id building my II I1Wer. A house withn

left with Truhy, Sfernburg & Co.: Though wo are in favor of free asked the census taker of an aged Kingsley roiid at the four-mile post. ThU ate.t of floor 24x40 fi-et w.mld lie 1I11ft1 .

They. want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Building I We wish to close out our stock of education for children, when it colored woman. "Fo de lawd's will! SaVe at least one mile of travel to our i ent. Leaving out the cost of theh -use

Material. i. parasols and sunshades and sell them I comes to grown up people educating sake, honey, didn't I tell you I kain't Smrke friends and give them a much tatter and tue process kettle (nursdu'y" if corn

at cost for the next 30 days. Ladien, i 'themselves from borrowed copiesof c cit-her! 1 stopped countin' tlem I road. There ought to be :m effort L nud peas are to be canned). the sum of

They want to sell you your Wagons, Buggies, Agricultural Implements let not this chance slip by. the TELEGRAPH, we say, Stop it, when I couldn't hol'em on my ten I made to have the Bradford county pttt of $326 will. I am luforraeil. cover the cxpease

Seeds and Fertilizers. Truby, Sternburg & Co. and subscribe. fingers. An' color, too'n! s an' this road pitt in good shape. uotiUl be of sturting.a cannery for"toma'*.

1 .' As cloV 'tins benefit them well peaches ami all kin; 's ..f )"rrrjPs.it.lr. .
to
Something new for Starke.\Vm- wu88. my young to aa Ira to us. Quit *
: ,They want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and Iiifactbey Tobacco is going to be the coming
Whips, I
.. N. Meacham will have nebbah sacks shirts's all I citizens Bartow
;;- -. for sale tomorrow for Bradford. So far the wore no ; number of our are at thia- ) ILK Pavidinn, of Oala, wag
crop
want to sell you everything1 3-011 may need. Give them I dey done hab an' alike.
Sirapkins' Jacksonville celebrated truck growers have worked for the byes gals week to courtThey make semiumuiiltrips I in the city this week vi"itin< tricmU
\i trial, awl you will be convinced that they will ,save you money; ice cream blocks for fi cents I and to South Florida and always come ;
railroads commission
on' 'You buy f nd at the time the each. This merchant; J. L. Frazee for Mayor. : Mr. John! Kc'ssant rother t.
everything same guarantee qua will be a rare treat. henceforth intend be the home feeling in better spirits and toting a : of
they to We are pleased to announce to the citizens
... lity and quantity of Goods. The ladies of the M. E. chnrch I sole beneficiaries of their own labor. of Starke that after earnest encouragement pocktt-bcok full of state money Each I Mrs. F. K. J.-iies, died at Green

I T will bold their ice cream festival in witness gets in the neighborhood of $40, Cove Springs this week.Mr. .
of a number of our best citizens, j
The Starke Institute sold at forced -" -
Mr. Rivers' brick store Tuesday I and there are always half dozen or more
STERNBURG & COMPANY every sale last Monday for 2250. It was I the above-nntncil gentleman has consented 'Jeo., A. \Yenzel, who haichnrtjf
afternoon and until I
TR.UHY evening who go. The state pays annually over
of .fo Kckerts:
the !' bakery
to of ,
,p further notice. purchased by a number of our citizens accept position as mayor our
I $700 for nothing. There is certainly something
I who will form a stock I city if the people see fit to eltct him tt HJihes to inform the public that he

'ST ARKE -4- i m m- }- FLORIDA.1Z11R JUST RECEIVED A tip.top and repair the house and lease company it for the polls nut Tuesday. Col. Frazee bODe 1 very lame somewheie which should I will kevp{ on hand fresh bread at all
stock of candies receive th attention from our legislators
: new atWills school purposes. of our solid citizens and already in his j times at the hakery.: tread; will

& Owens. early life has earned a reputation nt his C; al.o Lc on tIe: daily at Ileibertjer
\\ Fans fans fans in endless .,I'ssrs.V.. H. Heafford, John Os- & Richard's. 4t
MIIRQA\N'S B varietyat profession)that has not yet l*ceo earned by Refusing to Answer.
\ born D. J. Silcox W. C. Ladd and
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& Co. The Philadelphia Record hat interview
Traby, Sternburg much older mrn. Cr>l. Frnzce Las nol :
Mrs Strong, all of Kingsley, left Nllt. iitunlwr of men of that city on the Tate Powell M. D.
Dealers inFancy Tin ware at Wills & Owens. sought this office of trust but has only ,
Monday for Bartow to attend circuit propriety and pertinence of the qucs'ions
Jelly tumblers and fruit jars at court in Polk county, as witnesses consented to accept after continued and to be propounded by tin census takers PHYSICIAN AM) SOGEOX.STARKE : .

F Goods and Fine Stationery Truby, Sternburg & Co. l in the case of Frank Johnson for earnest solicitation and not some answer of a them portion declare of the that questions they will. FLORIDA.

TO MY FRIEN OS-Having re the murder of Newcastle.Dr. Wills Si Owens. They particularly object to those relating -'---. -

School Books School covered from my recent illness and This firm has taken to a person's health and to farm inert THE
Supplies, Tate Powell this week cut a energetic temporary TRAVELERSHOTEL
faults, and being determined to resume gages. These they pronounce Impertinent
'
knife 'blade from Nelson McGee in the large brick store on the
a quarters and and that
Musical inquisitorial they say
: Instruments etc. the practice of law I will give
[ colored man of Highland, that bad I I corner of Call and Walnut streets, awaiting the information collected under these earner Ray and Cedar Streets,
and attention to all
: : :Star'e. FloridaMallory's business full entiusted energetic to care. Criminal been imbedded in his body for five j the erection of their handsome new heads will be unreliable l 1C"lm imper.: JACKSONVILLE, ."LOIUUA.A .
I G. Johnson and Frank
my fect. John
years. The negro had not been able brick block next the post office. This firm P'I
I specialty. Pritchard. two prominent lawyers d
a
II practice
I New York Florida Lines J. TlIORN"'ELLVILLS.. to work for some time, but now he I carry a complete stock of goods in their the right of the government to propound BRICK HOTEL having all the comforts
feels like a new man. l line. The gentlemen who compose this such questions said they could not answer of the more expend bou-vi. ConTeolentto

For Mayor. in firm are both young men. The set>ior them, and they did not believe men an Depots and Landi ogs. ENpecialfr adaptedto
The friends of Wm. N. Meacham The rainy! season having set so and women would. They make un objec TRANSIENT BUSINESS. Elegantly fnrnUted .
K wYoik Boston and all North and thi. many soon, it is to be hoped that our I member, Mr.'ahter Wills, started a fewyears .
;, Philadelphia, points him as a suitable candidate for tion to questions relating to population or rooms tingle orea unit Tables good aa this
announce in the moderate .
farmers will take advantage of this ago most way with] such as will enable the government to apportion be t. This hotel waabnilt.furGislx'd and operated
P U FERN \NDItfA FIA EVERY BcavnawA 1:. of Starke and solicit the of aa a$.1.00. iiy hrnwe. Rate are now reduced
support
; Sailing: from \ NEW YOU It, .I"JUIY Pit 1 DAY AT 3 p. m. Mayor circumstance and plant a large acre-- A few goods, on the wharf; but by strict: representation and levy taxes to$3 00 a day. while the serrice U better than
".. 1 the voters at the town election. of sweet This root attention to business and continual advertising intttllgentlI.ut say that the line oughtto erer.
--IRON STEAMEESRIO MANY Fnn, age potatoes. be drawn between legitimate and improper This the ONLY ALL YEAR
!\"Ds. is HOTEL
in the TEU.OUAPH. his buines has
crop is good for man and beast and I questions. t StNDONLY$2aOADAYHOTELINJACSONVTLLE.

GRANDE, Attention Bradford Co.:Guards. should be properly appreciated. grown to its present magnitude. Mr.Owco ; I j tI :

... Owrns. Jr., has been a member o Washington Letter. All citizens nf Florida .
Captain Connor.: are at home there. Tt.omnibus
Regular meeting ot the Company for No health officer ever puts in an sbinpton. D. C.. June 4. t I meets all'rain. Secure Oma by mail
the tirm but short time but hid influence J800.\\
.. :IEI: drill on Monday night at 7:30 p. m. Border ,, appearance about Mr. N. J. Jones' a I Speaker Reed is getting good I or telegraph-' -
has been felt. The business i In
already
STATE TEXAS because he iBxued BURTON K. SARRS.
of R. C. HEIBEKGKK place of business, and yet that gentleman cheap notoriety an tr- -
1 ._ Captuin, Williams. Attest: Captain.J. always keeps the rake and rapidly increasing and a larger stock of der prohibiting the saleof drinks in lh goods i Ia continually being added. These House restaurant. The only effect of the
\v. MORGAN, broom in front of his store
going unler hlIlII1) to stop the sale of'drinks: Established 1879.I
alive and We f
iw City of San Antonio Treas. and in tbe and ; gentlemen are enterprising- and the
Scc'y and backyard, although over the bar. to put propr1 (or tu .
\' Captain Wilder. the latter is thronged with horses pre diet for them a im st brilliant businesscareer. the trouble of serving liquor to hwgiiest* -

Steamers leave Fernanriina on arrival of train leaving; Jacksonville 4:15 p. m. A VALUABLE PROPERTY F most of the time, no foul odors can ._ seated instead of IitandiD in.the goo l i
old-fashioned Sitting at tubV: t } I .
Thursday. way. '
Trains of the Florida Central & Peninsula Railroad from all points south, arrive be detected. Mr. Jones can't stand They Meet and Organize."i I take your whiskey is a Boston idc*. I ifljy don't you take the

in Fernandina[ !) p.m. Tuursd, '",king clo e.connet.tons.r *. dirt or shop-worn goods.Don't Those of our citizens who .took part i in Assistant Postmaster General Clarkson .
Steamers stop at Brunswi,Ga only and arrive in New York: MondaysSCHEDULE For Sale. who has of late been posing as the special it '... .
tbe purchase of the Blarke institute met inC *'
FOR JUNE AND: JULY: borrow newspapers. Anything champion of 'he anti-civil service It"gton.1 :
LAT NEW' YOEK. : STKAMERB. LEAVE FERICAXDISA.FrM : else you borrow is with the ..l. Rhodes' office. on Wednesday nigLl baa disgusted many of themby.. proving ", t

y. Mar 30.raoOBN"E. :Thursday, JnneSTrWay understanding yon return value to perfect an organization. J. L. Oac- himself to be as ereal a humbug as tbe I l Bradford CountyTELEORAPH

,June 6.................. ....STATEOFTEXAS..Tgrdy.June1 1.* for value bat lUlu was elected pres. L. B. Rhode, vicepresident civil service law. Mr. CLukson recently
Friday June 13.. ... fiRANDE..rtuirsday.JuneiFridayJune2O. For the next sixly days the property ; although you may discovered<< that just M his official life wmtt I
',. :............... .... &TATEOFTEXAS.Thursd*T. June"g I known as The Red Mens Hall Inj return the newspaper, the information : J. Chas. Richard Jr.. seCTt'tar L- clofe. tbe service on I
its postal
FridaT.June7. .... .. ........ ... KlOGRANUE. nearing
-, t.,.. Friday. July 4.........."......... ....8T.\TEOFTEXAS.' .Tbur-d. Ik y,TjutyO j I IFridar.Jiilvll the Town of Starke will be offered for and pleasure' you have gleaned I )"; U. D. Miner treasurer. J L Gaskins I. I Pacific couol wa< needing: an official inspection ii f V
> ...._._._...RIO \ ThUflK1&V.JUIV 1 7 I from it and Which cost.the lender W T Wrek, L B Rhode J G Alvarez'and by him. and yesterday having
.' Fridays July ............. ...... ....STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday. July 24 sale at a great bar! \in. For further particulars '
.L \:. rrkUyljulySS............."......7.1.......RIO GRANDE..ThUTSd.Y. July 31 apply to the truttees. W. W.. money to purcha you cannot re J 31 Truby were elected board of director previously railroad made offlcitl arrangements-with.- fur the we of ci a

t' For general information applv to Jacksonrille. }1.. TUMBL1N. J. N. JONES or WM. N.' turn, and voa impose OB him to thar I *. The board of directors were selected private obliging car. ,Mr. Clarttson started 0'> bli I .
J. M. ( CUTLER Agent 77 West Bay Street. ?
S G. K H V BUY Agent foot Center St. Fernandina F1& MEACHAM Starke, Florida. extent. lie: a man and pay for I a committee to draft by-law L I C farewell junket. At DesMoines! his family ?

C. II. MALLORY & CO., Jencral Agents, Pier 20, E. RN.. T. my560d paper. Hull C L Peck, F R Morgan wtie ap- I will join this modH official who i is do- .


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'. THE BEST THE BOWSERS. c chimneys the house while you were The suffering rheumatio would look incredulous i 17?. A. 'BHALLKJTMMZB, '
i if told his rheumatism was not Rochester, P*. Dear Sir:-I have -
".. __ about it? disease. Also the sufferer from: catarrh i used your Antidote for :Malaria for ewer a 1 1k
Mr.' Bowser's Pecular: Ideas About "What did I hare to do with it, Mr. with his sore tender and exuding nostrils. I. quarter of a century and hare found it to be

Household Affairs.' Bowser?" if told catarrh was but a symptom. Yet in every respect all that you claim for it. Ithot ... :
LAMP "Weren't right here all the time such it is, in fact. The disease from which i only cures chills and fever of every .' .,
you a man or woman suffers Who has rheumatism -, kind but it is the best medicine I ever knew ( eiI '-
_,p nEt I hava.sick'headaclie. a Did I do it? Did baby do It? Did some or catarrh,is blood poison. How did I to build up the system when broken down
_ _ _ _ Ieubq
a 1 1 I: of the neighbors come in and-knock it the poison get into the blood From various from any cause. Respectfully yours, -'

know exactly down with a crowbar?" causes; colds, exposure, indigestion, contagion _.- _F. M._BBOWS.MARRIIOI .
-TO- ; have been the cause. No
etc.
c-I
may
"M what will happen "It fell because it was poorly put up matter, ;your blood is impure, and you will is not one-tenth as much a failure -
when Mr. in the first place." suffer Just BO Ion1 as this great stream of as the average summer Assort eogagemaat. -

READor, Dowser reaches "It fell, Mrs. Bowser because you got life is clogged with particles of impurity. .-Baltimore American.Consumption. l
Then why not strike at the root or cause of
and climbed Rarely Cared
the
step-ladder through
home. Ho will up 'i
4 ,'our rheumatism or catarrh by annihilat-
the scuttle-bole and went walking across To THE EoiToa:-Please in form your readers -
L lot himself in ng the enemies of good health that exist in .
SEWBY ,that I have a positive remedy for the {
I atthe front door, the joists in the attic.: I expect to your blood. This can be done by using Dr.: above named disease. By its timely use

hang up his coat come homo any day and find the housein will Jull's Sarsaparilla. the Its Wood,alterative of virtue im- thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently i
IS THE ruins." quickly cleanse every cured. I shall be glad to send two
hat walk
and nirity, and:thousands have thus by its use .
\ bottles of remedy FREE to of '
But Mr. Bowse even further been cured of rheumatism and my any your '
through to the goes permanently; r
S readers who have if will
consumption they
than this sometimes. One day a high c'a tarrh. :So other remedy in the world acts -{,.
eittingroom.andseeing send me their and post-office ad-
express .
PI DAYLIGHT me on wind blew down a portion of the back so blood powerfully purifier.and It conquers yet so harmlessly as if by magicall as.8 j2 e35. Respectfully, T. A SLOCCM.: M. C., .-

fence and when he home be stood 181 Pearl street, New York. S
.; tho lounge with camo tendency to eruptive, irritating and ,
h that \Vondrrfnl Central praft which li talked --- my head tied up, and gazed at the wreck for a moment gainful ailments. A* athlete- who "paints the town red" -
<nat from Maine t4 California.V and then turned on me with: can hardly be expected to keep in the pink .',
without
\ brn you han""en and tried"Daylight will gazo at mo for a full minute THIS time when a Congressman "out oforder'
::1 DO nlh..r lamp.lIIe er..tl'" TCu.I'iOTK "Well, what less could hare been expected 1 of .-Hotel Gazette. T-
is when he has been out all ;
Then ho will night
:-1 he"Darllrhf l.rrxulated. by wheeL, (;peakin finally remark i-I
ami economical. ?" with the boys.-Boston Courier. I
1t.1 rafr.Fimple BULL'S cured
: : Sareaparilla entirely me
t t tC dealer) In tbe U..E.aDflPP1711' If yon In- p
rim Any upon having a rcnulne ..jlichl" and uo "Didn't I tell you so?" "Whatdo you mean, Mr. Bowser Texas Spring! Palace. of rheumatism, from which I suffered for -
O'h''r. KTHlaiB| t. warrant "* "Oh, it's all right! You just keep on three-long years. I have now been free
Tile "l>\" 1.H.IIT I.A11': <$manufacturedrj "What? One of the most noteworthy events in the From pain for several months and I have no -
in* cuAvIIIA" 11& IUSTZ *'''" B"I.lard""I. "You feet wot." and see how you will come out!" South during the year 1590 will be the holding .
.. r-Ifrou antfatlpartleiilarir got your doubt the cure is permanent Isham
)I ( W .
< ,ll at 33 Barclay Si,K.' r. or ud for circular W 'Oh, no, Mr. Bowser.:' "But did I blow that fence down, :Mr. of the famous Texas Spring Palace atFort Bridges, Uniontown, Ky.
and
tile ( Bowser?" Worth. which open on May 10 .. S
[ "DAYLIGHT LAMP COMPANY "Then you went out bareheaded, or loses with the ending of the month.: "Texas p h
f. "Did I? You wero hero all the time. IT is aseasytoteil the truth to your wifeas
at glance" is the often used in
havo been ice-cream a expression
38 PARK )'1.\{"I"".. NEW YORK.VUII you eating or some to tell a lie but it is not
always so expedient. -
h t t "HIS PaYII..7 um 1..*1*: other balderdash.! You say it was the wind, but where are connection with this palace, and it is very .-Boston Courier.A '

I On the contrary, I have been very,S your proofs? Why didn't you wreck the expressive displays and to comprehensive, as all thealace the '
p great advantage said she had hard work to get her \
while about it? LADY
barn you were "
careful.
of the "Lono Star Htatc. The ftP'
very resources
;
Years
: For Fifty "Oh, women are always And one evening wh*>n he came home past twelve months have been the most remarkable druggist tokeep Dr. Bull's Worm De-
yes you very strovers!,'as he was anxious to sell another
L t, the very careful. If a giant was to expose l looking out of sorts and I asked if anything Texas. Unknown in the history counties of development have been peopled in- kind. But she made him get them for her. ,

4 himself the way you do he'd he dead inSix was wrong he snapped me up and new towns and cities have sprung Go mother and do likewise..

Standard months. Had the doctor?" with: jp almost in a day. Great railway 83 stems
THERE:: are some men to whom the loss of
"No." "Boil coming on my legP"That's have been extended,rich and vast deposits their would
Blood-purifier of iron and coal uncovered and worked,and reputations mean mighty good
_
"That's it! Want to let the typhoid too bad. new and immense industries established. luck.-Washington Post.

i and oj} fever get hold of;you,-don't you?. What's "Yes-um-I understand!" All the railroads entering the city have I
"War Little
tr. -'s telephone number?" "What do you mean, Mr. Bowser?" made greatly reduced rates, good for thirty don't They'are you: try Carter's LiverPills
a positive cure for sick
Tonic, "Don't call a doctor My head is much "Never you mind. You keep" right on davs.B. K. Paddock For further,Presid information ntFort W orthTexas.address h headache and all the ills produced by disordered I

better than it was, and I shall be all and see where you will end. --- liver. Only one pill a dose. L.

Ayer's Sarsaparillahas right to-morrow." "But am I to blame that you have a A "COR ER" which is not worth a flg! .
boil on leg?" raisin' the currant values to date on dried : :WBE a public man has lost his grip hewill 'L
"Well, if are not I'll call two of your
you not do much with fl-
no equal fruit-American Grocer. handshaking constit
them and ha\o you taken to the hospital. "It's all right, Mrs. Bowser. I can see i uents.-N. O. Picayune.

asa I have no pity on any ono who will go I through a mill-stone as far as the next How Are tho Folks? I ..

sloshing around tho way you do. I was man." 'Oh, they're all vell except Mother, she's: i l BROWN'S known !as BBOKCHIAL an' admirable TROCHES":r'mpdfor are widely CONVENIENCE: OF THE TELEPHONE.

Spring intending g-> to the theater to-night; "Mr. Bowser, ;you don't mean to in. about household the same.cares Poor exposure Mother and, worn overwork.out by :. Bronchitis, Hoarseness! ,Coughs and Throat

Medicine. and here I come home and find you flattened 8in"That's Xo I wonder she gives, up at last and takes to. troubles. Sold only lnboru.TII. Hello! Hello I Hello !III"! covery are household words already, and H
out, perhaps to develop a case all right. Just keep right her bed. But oh 1 how much brighter the "Well; what is it ?" has come to stay. Do rom and sea what
Prepared by from I have had f family fireside would be if mother's chair: : ,: resort hotels will soon be making "How is your mother, this morning I" sunshine it has brought already, and let us
of fever me long suspicions -
yellow or smallpoxo"Ir. away my II
was not vacant. The doctors don't seem to preparations for the summer seizin'- very much better ; she had a real rest- thank you again for it."
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Bowser goes tramping around to and this confirms them. I'll be doing her any good. She says their medicines Washington Post.A ful sleep last night ; she is almost rid of hernightsweats "I wilL Good bye." ,

find fault with his supper, with the look'over myaccounts to-night and have i don't seem to po to the spot. She DOSE in Time Saves Nine of Hale's Honey cough and nervousness and is The foregoing is a fair representation of a
Lowell, Mass. cook, with tho baby, with tho furnace a plain talk with you in the morning. feels so weak and lon *s for strength. "Oh I of Horehound and Tar for Coughs. growing quite cheerful How grateful we very common occurrence. Golden Medical
4 i iIike's all for that bottle of medicine."
are to Discovery has cured
'ivo me strength, she murmurs"hy not you severe, lingering
and with else which he Detroit Freo Press. Toothache Drops Cure in minute.
every thing ono I Don't of What does
give her the remedy her system craves'Her ?I speak gratitude. coughs and arrested Consumption, or Lang-
happens to think of, and the eveningIs impoverished blood and shattered L the doctor say !" scrofula. in thousands of rases after doctors
THE CORONER SAW I IT. THE pawnbroker's life bo n loanlyone ..
rendered very cheerful and happy. nerves are starving for just such ingredients but it has its may features.- He says he never saw so wonderful a have failed and other medicines have been
redeeming
MIAIg'$ s Magic If I happen to bo looking down the And Consequently' the Jury Returnvd a as are contained in H. B. B. (Botanic Hotel Gazette. change in such a serious lung trouble. He tried and abandoned as useless. The"Dis-
I Verdict of No One to Blame. Blood Balm). Then try a bottle of this excellent ... still thinks we are giving his medicines. I covery" is guaranteed to benefit or cure
street when Mr. Bowser gets off the car remedy. It is truly woman's best IT is no longer necessary to take blue pills don't like to tell him." in every case, if taken in time and givena
I can tell whether he has a headache or There had been an accident on the A. friend. It quickly relieves pain and restores to rouse the liver to action. Carter's Little "That's right He's an old friend, you fair trial, or money paid for it will b*
BuD.ft k A. railroad, by which two passengers health, strength and functional regularity. Liver Pills are much better.Don'tforget this. know. I'm sure your mother will get well refunded.
bad been killed and several injured, and l now ; but you won't forget the name of the WORLD'S DJSPXNSART: MEDICAL ASSOCIATION -
tq James W Lancaster, Hawkinsville Ga., SOME pointers in the bucket-shop business medicine, will you!" ; Proprietors, No. 663 Main Street,
tho company's attorney was dispatchedto 'writes: "My wife was in bad health for prove to be disappointers.-Boston "Never 1 Dr.Pierce's Golden Medical Dis I Buffalo, N. Y.
attend the coroner's inquest and see eght: Ycars. Five doctors and as many Courier.

that the right sort of verdict; was re more c drSferent patent medicines had j .. r. :...----- -
h er no good. Six bottles of B. B. Br has Jfo Opium in Piso's Cure for Consumption.
turned. cured her." Cures wbrtre other remedies faiL 25c.
"You see how it was," said the attorney .. $500 OP"-ZJn.ED for CifarrS an incurable in the H.cUt a4 by of

as ho took a little walk with the: SOME: speakers prefer to talk in tho open A GOOD-SIZED sinking fund will help to the proprietors DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMCDViSTHPTOMS
air. It Is tho only way they can induce to keep a corporation afloat-Epoch.TIUVELIXO -
OF CATAEBH.-Headacbe. obstruction of
'
"A train discharges
nose
coroner, freight was standing .
people to hear them out.-Yonkers -- --
States
falling- into throat sometimes profuse.watery. and acrid at others.
thick.
hero in front of the at the main smoke "Tansill's Punch."
depot men
man.
tenacious. mucous. purulent bloody.putrid and offensive; eyes> weak' ring
'I
ing in deafness> offensive breath smell' and
track. : ears : : taste impaired and .--en-
8100 Reward. 6100. No GAVE that we know of applies to of. era! debility. Only a few of these symptoms likely to i-c present at once. .
"Yes. The readers of this paper will be pleased tlce-hunting.-Pittsburgh Chronicle. Dr.Sage's Remedy cures the worst cases. Only 50 cents. Sold by drug-g utU,everywbereF .
"The passenger train came along and to learn that there is least
ARNICA LINIMENT Cures all into tho of the disease at one dreaded .. ....
I ran rear freight. that science has been able to cure in:

Pains, Cuts, Bruises and Scalds. "Of course." all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro now
p FOR ANIMALS, It recommendedlor "It was an act of Providence. known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh Children I
e "Oh, but the station master did not L being a constitutional disease requires a
Charbone, Big Head, Founder Stiffness hoist the signal, as he should have constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh (

Sores, Etc. .".t"That Cure is taken internally, acting directly always <
h5 upon the Wood and mucous surfaces of the ';
tr
is true but why didn't he? system, thereby destroying; the foundation

VASELINE PREPARATIONS. $ ; "Because ho was drunk. lIe has admitted of the disease, and giving the patient Enjoy It.
9 strength by building up the constitution:
that ho drunk.
was ,
I On receipt of price In pottage stamps we will send and assisting; nature in doing its work. The ,f
free by tne.il the following yaltuUe articles: "Yes, but how did he come to get proprietors have so much faith in its curative _

One Box of Pure Vaseline.... 10 Cents. "THE WUOLK TOP OF MT HEAD IS LOOSE." drunk? In returning from dinner he powers, that they offer?100 for any case
t One Box of Ya&elineCamphor Ice.10 CtiI found a bottle of whisky on the street. that it fails to cure.Send for list of testimonial SCOTT'S

One Box of Vaseline Cold Cream,15 Cta. not. He comes slumping along, arms He drank some, and was made drunk. !!. F. J. CHEXFT & Co., Toledo, O.

I One: Jake:: of Vaseline Soap.....10 Cent I. hanging down eyes on tho sidewalkand Ordinarily he would not touch it,but he Sold by Druggists- ,..75c.

1 One bottle of Pomade Vaseline,15 Cent I. as I open the door for him ho growlsout had cramps. Ho usually uses Jamaica] THE value of clover on clay lands as a a __

If ;an bare Oceanian to use Vaseline" In any : ginger for cramps:, but on this occasion means of rendering; the soil less compactand
I form lie careful to accept only) genuine goodi pot "Lemmo tilled is much under-estimated. EMULSIONof
pit on to that lounge as soonas he had easier _
believe that there
up by. us in original package! A great many reason to was: .

Vaseline drngrltt are trying to persuade' buyers to talc* possible. none in town. Don't you see the hand 0:!.how can a fair maiden fmllo and be gar. h -.- .1 __. -_.-
1. reparation pit up bv them. Never yield "Why, what's the matter?" Be lovely and loving and dear .
to nci the article is of Providence all through it? '--_ -
Imitation
.. penuasion. aa an .'1m door *' As iwept as a rose and as bright ax the Mar : pure Cod Uver Oil with Hjrpophosphltea I ? .
without nine and will not do good nor give TOO next to death! "Y-e-s, I begin to, but some one Wbeu her liver ID all out of gear? .9
the remit sou expect. A two ounce bottle of Blue "Have of Ume and Soda la ,
you hoeJl hurt, Mr. Bowser She can't. It is impossible. But if she
I teal Vaseline II.old by all drualete at ten cei't I.I should havo raised that signal. will only take Dr. Pierce's Golden almost aa palatable aa milk. S r- S. -
Medical
'Xc. Clot ht'adache.Vhole Ii
?VmUM 11 foraln*ogltu our BMD li on the libeL a top of "Oh, as to that, if wo are sued and a Discovery it will cleanse and stimulate hedli.ordered r Children enjoy It rather than = J

; 1 Ctssttrough Mfg CO., 24 State St., I. V p. my head is loose. I think I am dying! case ever comes to trial, we shall not liter, purify her blood make otherwise.PRODUCER A MARVELLOUS Is FLESH : l j it

I I help him oil with his coat, get him only prove that the signal was up, but her complexion soft and rosy, her breath little lads and laaalea Indeed who take and cold the
on to the lounge, pull off his gaiters wholesome, her spirits cheerful, and her
I' that the air brakes on the passenger: sweet: All oaally, may be fortified against a
tuck him up, and then I can't help saying train refused to work. It was Provi temper druggists.'. cough that might prove serious, by

; I. 4 : "Didn't I tell you so?*' dence, of course, and if the boys will DOX'T hawk, hawk,blow spit,and disgust! taking Scott's Emulsion after their
4. "\\what?'' everybody with your offensive breath, but meals during the winter season.I j: TEXAS SPRING PALACE I

$4 "You've been careless again. You satIn only"Oh see, certainly.it that way-to You are a railroadman use br. bage's Catarrh.. Remedy and end i t. I L Beware tubultutlona and Imitation

d P' your office with your feet out of tho and you ought to know more about THE two great wants of the day-better

.1 your window lap, ,or or you you held stood a chunk in a puddle of ice on of: shall Providence return than a verdict the rest of of no us.one We toblame. : mail at service home.,-_-abroad Burlington_ _and. _better Free_Press.female service The Most UJI


4, ..IJI water in your bare feet. It's a wonder ."-N. Y. Sun. A Jolting on the Rail Constructed, Decorated and Ornamented Entirely with Texas Products.
I to me that any man lives to the age of
Grievously disturbs the stomachs of invalid -
fl Latest "
; Styles OPENS AT-
t thirty.. HE WAS TOO POLITE. travelers. The motion of the ship and'vibration
$ -BL'ArtDe "O-o-o-oh! he groans. of the screw in crossing the ocean '
r La Mode. "That's it! Got the black plague or Adventures of a Booster Who Didn't Understand does the like for many in good health. All Fort \Worth Texas May 10 Closes May I 31 90.

I T COLORED PLATES. the Asiatic cholera hold of Chicago Women. ti avelers should have,as a companion,Hos- ,
L,
ALL ThE L1TIXT riRIR AID IIW: ;you tetter's Stomach Bitttrs.which fortifies and
q baa f. UI811.! probably! I was going over to Mrs.Cato's HE car was crowd regulates the stomach and bowels, counteracts : ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP ON ALL RAILROADS.
tj: *Order Ito your S>".dler. hurtful influences of climate and
,; ...... B6 emu tat Utot bUill"0 to-night to a progressive euchre, ed. A slim girlgot
"-. j. MOIU'&. P. I1..r.. but this spoils it all. I'll have three on at Illinois changes of temperature and is & sovereignremedy : .EN%> ::1rO OB.CrVLA. UJ.! -...
jutlth8U.Aw lrk.mj for malarial, rheumatic and kidney
artIUlI11UI rAKt. _im ntta. doctors up after tea, and have the ambulance L- street, and several ailments. JNO. F. GROENE, Secretary. B. B. PADDOCK, President
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come at the time. slim
same follows, .
Then :Mr. Bowser! sheds tears, and Igo ,, bounced up and offered CONDENSED SCIENCE.

t 500OOOS! towel and heat a brick for his feet, tie a S their seats. A cnrnEsrr of-hirty volts. power is J J. I I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE CO

around his bead. send baby upstairs At Chicago avenue sufficient to send a message over an Atlantic ,

I: and stop the clock so that nothing I- I S a fat woman cable. ..(

may annoy him. 'S on, but no fat gcn Two FTESCH dentists extract teeth P::' :Et.AOZNE: : vv.LS.,:

Timber LandsIN I don't suppose that one husband in a '.- bounced up to give without pain by spraying tho externalear ON] ENJOYS -AITOTACTUBEM OT-

hundred sets out to find faul around the tLjji1 ,F" her a seat. There with ether.EXPERIMENTS. Both the method and resulta when

bou e. It's just their way, you know.. sat, in tho forward have been made in Germany : Syrup of Figs is taken;it is pleasantand
They are boss, and feel that corner a man that
they
NORTHERN WISCONSIN. they THRESHERS
must keep this fact duly impressed! on had come either from Egypt or Southern with torpedoes made of paper:], refreshingto the taste, and acts AND ENGINES
Will be sold at .&.00 .. A.CRF. LONG loaded with a charge of twenty-five gentlyyetEromptlyon the Kidneys
Tnl F.. t. ACTUAL .E'rI'LEKIi. the minds of their wives. Xo husbandis Indiana and when he saw the fat ,
Rlrb a rIic.IthfaI pounds of dynamite and fired by dec:
Liver and
Bowels cleanses the
Clmate-good drtnktng water-On maraei ever to blame for any accident about woman ho got up and said: system
.....faclI'I''d.... PURCHASE' rtein IkOW.n<1 for AND labor HAVE at Rood! the house. The wife always is. For "Here, fizzes, take this seat. tricity. Very satisfactory results are; effectually, dispels colds, headaches PORTKflIZH. STATIO4AR'Y and HCT1ON EG1tEZ.
said have been
OIOIC-K OF I.AKM. to obtained.
WITH NAPS rAIIPIIL&TI, arc Fl'"U,. zTc.ISrORu.1I0s.. J'UK.nSHW instance, a water pipe down in the The woman waddled forward thanked and fevers and cures habitual
FREE. Aclcln'.1 basement burst tho other day. Mr.: him and sat down. He caught hold ofa THE progress of stellar photography constipation. Syrup of Figs is the Separators, Horse Powers, Tread Powers, and Saw Mill Machinery "

LAKD GOfflllSSIOER, *ILWALKEE w. c. '...Rtls.1:5TABLISHED1865, :Bowser got home just as I was about I to: strap, looked at her for a few moments inner is well satellites exemplified of Uranus in tho caso which of the although only remedy of its kind ever pro- .

telephone him. and then, so loud that c.eryone duced SEiD FOB LARGE HA5DSOXE ClTlLOtiTC, HAILED FREEPISO'S -.
they are among tho most difil pleasing to the taste and acceptable .-rr.u DJII r apia.,. ...,..viaa
could hear
"Pipo busted! Who busted it? he remarked: -
cult of all, have, during the past year, to the stomach prompt in
"I -
ehoiited, as ho pulled off his overcoat. notice that thar ain't many politefellers
.
I "Why, no one." in this town." been successfully photographed.IN its action and truly beneficial in its

"Yes, they did! Water-pipes don't Not very many," tbe woman a:5- a startling! paper to the Vienna effects, prepared only from the most CURE FOR

bust without help! Some of you ha\o Academy of Science, Theodor Gross has healthy and agreeable substances,

ri been knocking on that pipe with a hammer sented.ain't so very polite myse'f," he doubted that sulphur is an element, believing its many excellent qualities commend Best Cough Medicine.. Recommended by Phrsiciana.

5' /' went on. "Down our way they think for reasons soon to be given I' it to all and have made it Cure where Children aU else fail*. Pleasant and agreeable to the
taate.
,) lwentdown and showed him that the I'm putty tolerable rough at times." that it is a compound of carbon with the most popular remedy known. tale it without objection. By drugKUt

I rs leak was at a point where none of us "I think you arw very polite," the some other as -yet undetermined elementary Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o CONSUMPTIONF.

r could possibly reach it, but he replied: woman replied."Mighty : substance. and 81 bottles by all leading drug -

t : .. "Well, borne: of you are certainly i to glad to hear you say so; always A cojnnroxDEXTof the British Journal gists. Any reliable druggist who
C. blame for it. That's the way-the minute : like to know that my little efforts of Photography, having found, by a -

5WONS RtMOOtO ASTOTKCNOVttry f OFAPPUOUIQKS 1 leave the house something happens find appreciation.: I've done er good many L twenty-five minutes' exposure in photographing may not have it on hand will pro- % OZANNE & CO-

PROSICOTED JULBUSMCSSROATUIG :Now we shall have a plumber mean things, I reckon but there's one tho moon that the image cure it promptly for any one who I CURE FITS !

TB ecvartoj AM wan pRoumaniun 10 1 around hero for a week or more with a thing that I won't do if I can help it an' travelled: nearly the length of his plate: wishes to try it. Do not accept lOVES TINWAREHOUsg ,

SEND STAMP FOR PAMPHLETRHEUMATISMS bill of forty or fifty dollars! I mighty nigh allus can, an' that's this: during tbo exposure, suggests that photography any substitute. W When I MT cure I do aol m an ..,.1710..op them
for a Urn and then bav. ,* .
then .
FURNISHING
qr onto. I
:- The back kitchen door had to be taken I never let a great, big, fat woman might bo made the means of CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Lamps. Oils. Orates. Kefrlceratorm.GOODS.. radical cnr I hive mad. th" Hlin. !s-

;; off its hinges and planed off a little and stand up." The woman glared at hit a. measuring the movement of the heavenly SAN FRANCISCO CAL. Iteware.nrert of PLAIN Cntlerr...(.i..Silverware JAPA MannfTrt., LEPsY rant my orrALUSOSICKSESS.ST.remedy car tk.wont. ....iiiJiVT"cM iTK. *..,...

; In rehanging it Mr. Bowser got in a "Xo I:: don't," he went on, "1 jest won't I bodies. LOUISVILLE. KT. NEW YORK. /T.f.MOTHERS' WABF GA.LV..lUZEb JaONWA.RE.ED TIS. core.others Send ha .at failed once I*for no a re traatts_fur tad not BOW a Tn rweiTlnr ItOCtl.l oJ%

hurry and only put one screw in the do it. My wife is a awful fat woman I THE use of nitro-glycerine in cases of Send Office.S for le CaUlorne roora and Factory.$a I Second Street. m'y lnfalliblo l'emf'dr.' Q1..e EsPNoa aacI J'o.$..OtIl('..
but Permanently and Price LIand wben in 1t G. n'T..-c...; ua P..,. .......11_y..t.
lower hinge. The cook found the not as fat as instead of alcohol is cur call on a*. MEMPHIS. TJUrHXSBKE. wsaxa Dlra ..
rr Fn.1. Ttt ATt*! tINY others you are, but.putty .toler emergency recon .uu.-y ,
CUD.PITT8BLKW1. _U-AlU Till .us.y_,......
FREE TO AXV ADDRCftS. FRIEND a
and laid them aside. One day, after able fat, I can give you a pointer." mended by an English physician. A

The Tellof Fine Extract Co., PA. he had got home to dinner, the door fell The woman, with more agility than drop on the tongue rouses a faintingman Wholesale Fresh leats. RUSSELL .

OT*AMI laze irni tmrFOOD_p's_ askew, as might have been expected. she had doubtless shown for some time, audit may restore life in. the case WAKES CHILD BIRTH GOYER PACKING| HOUSE & CO.'S TtHirfioUlv SNow

nkE'i'S IT 18 tIDb(.:'IULIUtN.Eli ii, "Xow, what have you done! shouted sprang to her feet and exclaimed: I of apparent death, as from drowning. It EASY PRODUCTS. T.....:?..5AJrr-... eIonbft. tb ir lated improved 1

_tMouuda_ fouig. m.n..t.>4 Mr. Bowser to me as the cook came in "I won't have :your seat, sir!" has quickly., relieved headache, heart -'IP.USED_BEFORE CONFIN1M1NT COLD COUNTRY ORDERS JlUI ajta,Tbj.sIag.. fl.r,. Pow Ezlm._ ''"*".tI.sr*.1IUJs E-.ta.a4 Saw.

HTM I.aa4 tb tllelrlloaJlII.u.IIetr V. 8. A. owtlMlr : and reported. \ "Jest as welcome to it as not, I tell you. I pains and asthma; and strengthenedweak BRADFIELB Book: TO"MoTHmsMAtun raiL: RUSSELL Pr.,. Sr At*_CO.tle,,u4- a4.h.EgL MAILLON ACSdnH OHIO.
h.rpthrtr ._IIIIJq.'.hoi "I-I didn't break tie door." I don't want to in fevers. RE6ULATMR COATLASTA. GA. STORAGE SOLICITED. VlUJUnU papa mrtemtfi+ffl* '
4.ii), .. in I.f..tf. see you stand up for I pulse SOLD BY ALL DaCQGlSTS. Office Ko. 1
.k$4ss'sYsod...,('.1.1....iv..b.wij Dvi.I......... "You didn't! Then who did?" know.that when my wife ha's to standup tfsua nm fuvt: ..mjem.,......... n A 1UUJlon.Xadiaon 8t BOILZasflp-pyQ. ;

IF&a tea .UDIN8! FuGa U 85....up. WO LIUCIi "You didn't putthe screws back when it mighty nigh kills her an' she ain't T.NN.4t. BUTLER: $T., ia TAS P.Ueys... ._ ...ee.. r..... :
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Plaata-
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A C9.Palatcr.1C .
AL Cul iTZ1& I. MEMPHIS
-. you rehung it.: a! fat as you are, nuther. Got shoulders 1r1IAX.I DOl tans ,__..... .TE.'ur. K.ZrAI f .. ---1..etaPF.I;;: "." .n1 sad..._be..
1.0.
"I didn't! Ill bet you a billion dol mighty like yourn, but still she ain't so II' ; CHICKASAW woa.
WANT A FAMILY VEHICLE, lars I !did. You or the cook went d Ic- fat. .a. Ws Pills ONE SOTTX o i' IROI ENGINES

-B.UB6Y er ROAD C1RT Ofl r.\cI\ I orat lib ratl'l to work and took those screws "I want you to shut your mouth!" the I wonsl :

cheaper prlee than .'r known.i write a tone* out in order to destroy something. It is woman screamed. I to'cure \Uoumes&-tflek'Headathe, WHITE-PINE JOHX z,1LL"fDLI:A(:::0..........To... ;

to and\jet. 8.prices BRUCE, and LARGI& tO..CATALOODK Mcvphls.FBEJK.VAMmtLKfeHOBTHlXDIXSTITCTE.T.] .... a wonder we have a roof left over our "%Vhe, me?" he asked in surprise.' I. I. 1uia. Liver rnmrnntt: taU eoDSUp the safe Uoa. Regulate The Bowels. WAT STRONC/a ArTOZT

_WiLI This puma s..q_,.._ heads. Xext thing you'll be knocking f'Wy, I'm your friend, mizzes. What I and certain remedy.' SMITH'S i i LINIMENT ..ECN.tL te TO feaiMe'Kl5D 50 .... AT.. TL'fI.LAW. ..
down of h .ostlYeD"1I der-H;; for the CURE .f Kkevsuitla stiV SPECIAL: ATTIXTIOV:: COIxicTT'fO: ,
.Corn some ,the partition walls. you going to off? I the whole a7" aad Crat Pabu. ;
*? get K4TTKBS
am mighty i BI.L1BEANVietbeSAtL5(4O1Rtebngotheb PIRTAIMSO: TO K AJtTETATKBUSINESS
11 Cburcli &:8iimmer bLD..l'ialbVllle.' Teon.Al.C. One ) tem and becetll diseases,kicb 1I' *. AT DRUC6UT8.: CTS.i ..
Fall,Prop. day a center-piece on ono' of the sorry that I have .AX.I tma pi.piz ___
Kducmtiprnkic IlTao: t>r<.ltton$fur aU bed-room I' Sick : i MEDICINE CO.. MEMPHIS
proftlentl.
bortb.ncl.Type"'rltlnrr ing' ceilings fell to the flo ir. : it don't to be : at. Headache '

UookkrvplnR wi&Mi Thu.and r..1IIOIJ Peninanihlp._,....WrlUforcatalolUN.. Knowing 31 Ir. Bowser's peculiarities I ho a-lded when the disgusted pay woman polite had.:, I tie Frlceof). They either are sire.the most 25 ,
Invent left matters untouched until ho (.amc: I left the car, "an' I reckon that is at 7. 17 70: Pboto-rraT1lre. Will! ten.1 v S "aatttni,petia
Ibln."n m one of f KISSNO Bilious Colic Malaria I 'i'JIM AU11 i'KKE. U'WBITBJ'01t: IT
PATENTS I '! FORTUNE! :keO. home to dinner. jf the things that a feller has panel size of this picture for ".ie hOOKAddr" > to guardagainst cents coppers or stamps). Tnlfa Fills produce regular hit Mi of iMi'Woman I write I forth: 0C to S8 ,
a Samples worth $2.K
"This
W.T nTZGEo p I TRrM'IOSl. FHEJC is a nice state affairs" he in a town liko: t iiL"-ArsaI1Si.\ J_ F. SMTTTT A: CO.. I.ody and good digc'i1.it. nttl-out PEOPLE IjjO FKEK. Lln day.>. not.nd..r 110"..' Writs
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WJAU We:tra& ..-... !aU". tUII. .4.,. exclaimed, aa he looked Into the bci' I rraHIer.: Materiof "Bile Beans." St. Louis Mo. bleb, no one an enjoy jaUnt: l.cultn. f" BUH,TEKSAHrf UtII HOLDKB CO,, .1.tllll''". i'
Sold N..TJIAX adire'. :0101.ntl3 PAPIi...,_,_..... ,
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