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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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:: BRADFORD COUNTY. AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. .



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;; ;:; ; tt OCEAN DISASTERS. I THE BOYS OF CONGRESS. I THE ACCORDION PLAIT. I THE PRINCE O* ANIMALS.

*! of Life at ea toVariety a Rotation of What IIn Hitherto Keen Coni Iu Home in anti In tho
) Atrimtnhlf Something Abont the Dntte of the Sen t. lnl.h Pm'tr E
uf CAIMO*. diderrd a Fir.t-l"1." IYttry.It .
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and
1 Iloune Pagrs. Jl.r Iraw"
\ ) ; ( forward by Mr. Plm"ol wo I The pages of tho Senate and House ol! has been the good fortune of YOU In English poetry we first meet with .
i great efforts in recent years correspondent to find a solution for the horse in Chaucer's In
Representatives are, as a rule Vfrso. "Tr
more security for life at sea. I and lively boys, between the ages brigh what has hitherto been popularly re ilus and Creasicla ho figures under the

t'p: is shown in tho carefully-I j nd fifteen, very few remaining in service garl as a first-class mystery'-namely: name of Bayard; and we hear the clatter -
tables prepared by Mr. Gray. ; the process of making that manner ot of hoofs
after the age of eighteen. and the jinjle of bridle
: : 1 in 59.9i of the men employed It requires considerable influence nowadays garment so beautiful to the eye and bells:in the prologue to "Tho Canter-
h merchant service; met with a vio dear to the fashionable feminine hearthe .
to get an appointment as page in ( bury Tales Passing on to the Elizabethan -
l 1 wonderful "accordion skirt The
In tho deaths of
: 1SVT-S sea either the Senate or the House as the : wriers. wo come upon some
; wreck, and accidents other than : method whereby the so-called :accordion
I position is a desirable one. The pay is picturesque sketches i in :: Spenser's
were 1 in 100. The deaths by :1 plait is made has been kept religiously '
S 2.5O per day for the season including "Faerie Queen. ASfor instance,
D'J: and casualty were 1 in 157 as a secret ever since the introduction ol
Sundays, and in addition there are numerous -II when the Red Cross Knight pricksacross
] i i 1 in 70.30 in ISsi. The loss of lifo perquisities, which in many the novelty. You can procure a skirt the plain:

belonging to the United King cases double their pay. The average I so prepared from any dressmaker Ii"anst.t'.1 cloth chide hs: toaminl bit,

: 1,543 in Iss7-, or 3-W less than page is a very stylish boy and generally try goods shop or sewing machine As nricli li.stlair.in. ;to the curb yield.

( preceding year, and 4y.:) less than carries a cane (when off duty) and wears place; but the work is not done on the And there are some spirited allusions in

l for the previous ten years. knee-breeches, an English top-coat and premises. Such of it as is purchased in more than one of the elder dramatit

: another evidence of increased beaver Washington is mostly mideup in iLiltif rom Beaumont and to For

; in the decrease of premiums of 3 Pages hat are the "legs" of Congress. more by a certain Hebrew, who will not and Shirley, which I have no space t

: There is sti large room When a Congressman claps his hands, show his machinery to anyone-not quote or partculrize. Shakespeare.
; i even to those who act as his and is who
: rb .Mr. Gray points out is the duty of the page to rush to agents however only one approaches
tho 1,513 lives Jost in 15S-S, no receive and execute his commands-to people in his own trade. And yet your the subject with exact and sympathetic
:
ft I 7&9 were lost in missing ves the document room for a bill, to the library correspondent is in a position to tel! knowledge. I will not go into the hackneyed -

fl The list includes a steamer of I- for a book or anywhere else within just j how this machine is constructed, passage of "Venus and Adonis.

: : : bound from Bombay to Pa- reasonable distance.In and the process that is employed. where the points of :perfect animal are

5.e. a steamer of 1,3:51): : tons, bound tho Iouse. each page has to file Neither the one nor the other is so very insisted upon with the accuracy of an

to Rotterdam, and five : the ten members, and at the -mplcatet. after all. (expert and the felicity of a great pot

ranging from 1,13 to I,JSO I end recors of the session each usually begin with there is a go.t-sizl't But I shall ask leave to refresh the

from British ports to the to the page who membr to his file 5an box without a cover wih paralll reader's recollection of : certain scene

in coal. In theso and gives So to S10, and every page can reasonably Ires stretched across it twi layers. i in "Henry the Fifth"where the Dauphin

) :;() ] cases it is ditlictilt to resist the count on SlOO as Christmas 11 layer of wires below' the otlu>r. The enthusiastically: recites the fine qualities

) that the disasters were due money from theso ten tuff to be plaited is first wet and then of his "prince of palreys None

, I na ta b1e causes. The pages used to make members a regular business ,assed through the wires, in and out. hut a man who knew and loved the

h satisfactory to know that an in of selling autograph Every over an upper wire, under a lower one, horse ('oult havo penned this fervent

reof conference has been lately morning the pages boks.go around then over the next upper wire, under message: "I will not change my horse'

) at Washington which has from member to member and solicit the next lower one and so on, ays the Dauphin. "with any tha.l treads

into cons'deration the whole their signatures. A book containing until as much of the material is takenup but in four pastern. Ca ha! He bounds .

ht of tho loss of life at sea all the names was worth from 5 to as all the wires wil accommodate. from the earth as if his entrails were

means for its prevention. But this got to be a great nuisanceto 1. These ups and of the cloth from hair: ; le cheval volant the Pegasus

:; of the road; the light I members, who were frequently called the lines of the plaits and behind the chez les narines te When I bestride

:< : by vessels; the sound sig upon to sign their names thirty times in l last of the plaits is a square iron bar him I soar, I am :hawk; he trots

:; : : fog; the regulations to dete one So they refused to sign running parallel to the win's shichbe- the air; the earth sings when ho touchesit

:; ( seaworthiness of vessels ii and moring. book is now rarely ng screwet up with a powerful screw ; the basest horn of his hoof H more

to construction, lfuipment. mar. folds up all the wires compactly togethEr musical than tho pipe of Hermes.

t discplnc; the load line: tho saving seen Another source of revenue for the like a book pressing the plaits i It is a beast for Persous; he Is

1)0t. ( and of lifo and property from shipwreck is from into the smallest possible compass I pure air fr. The man
) ice in the Dutch colonial tiP ashamed humbled, with tail boys the distribution of circulars ant
Services ( \' Sabbath at 10:30: a.m. rank of army, with the. drawn in. sneaks around. by lifeboats and rafts, by the use of oil l and pamphlets through the House. only remains now to dry the material hath no wit that can not, from the risingof

and T$0: () p.m. Prayer; meeting every Governor Lieutenant-general and military But a moment later the fray recom and other means available at sea, and Nearly every great project that is that shape, and for this purpose the the lark to the lodging of the lamb,
of
! Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30. the honored the island, I became mences. In an instant the tiger is on also by operations from shore; the necessary brought to the attention of Congress iron box is placed in an oven witha vary deserved praiso on my palfrey."

.lth.. 1\ guest of the resident ofIlanynwangi of those qualifications of officers and, prforatc.t top and, pfrmitet Like the Neapo itan Prince in tho
; SIIANUS, Pastor. top pointed horns onco more, 81a.mn from the outside is and generally -
d at least for a few days. supprtt to bake there, tho that "Merchant of Venice," "he doth nothingbut
the of lines for
I steamers
School proudest ; question
; that circulation
Sunday every :Sunday at H a.m.I And it crown steer ever wore. opposed too
. was there I saw a struggle to thedeath from the stuff "
talk of his horse.
.. J. CIIAHII:*, lluMAUD, Supt. between Into his neck the tiger drives claws and on frequented routes; night s: nals. distress among the members of pamphlets and evaporates going a
an enormous tiger and a steam. When sutticient time In "Troilus and
teeth, shaking with his might and his signa, storm warningtho; international various documents. ( Cresida" occurs an
kcrlo of medium size. The tiger measured to allow for thorough drying of the allusion to one of Hector's steeds:
AIe. tho distribution of the labor of .
fury even wall of muscle under Theso are left with the doorkeeper toe
('hrl Cliurrh. over nine feet from noso to tail. sold cloth the iron box is taken out of thE "Now he fights on Galathe, his horse.**
doubtful the
I him. One danger*:
t.atl more tho gets his ffarching- systemat'c b placed on the desks of the
Acts xl. Act vi.i8 The beast's naturally ugly temper had hul 1 member oven, the screwis, unlonl and thf :-;Andrew Aguecheek. in "Twelfth
f; !;n ; Pltl'r strength and the arrangement of cotl
1 1.IG not been together, next instant light-housls It is the duty of the pages to distribute "
Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. buffalo improved by a fast. Tho the tiger is on the ground, tho bull on buoys and beacons, and Istabl"h. these papers, but experience has demonstrated i: wihdrabeautiuly plaited accorUon.fasbq. Night, reveals to us that he owns a
bull
young was of nd ready to be made horse named And Lafeu
1' Yoi'NO mouse.gray his knees ment of a maritime gray Capulet. ,
n I'astor.Sundiy and his horns dig into the permanent that they are distributed much
hue, entirely without hump and to all gentleman in Baltimore in Well That Ends WelL" speaks
School each Lord's day at 3p.m. tiger again and again and again. commission these were among better a liberal fee is left for the ; h.l'g
appearances a very good-natured, unsophisticated The the subjects included with: i produces. *veral hundred yards of of his bay. CurtaL The name of Fal-
I.:. 1 HAKRV, Supt. tiger lay there like dead. Ills many '
and long-sn frering pag-es accord ; daily inasmuch staffs steed is nowhere given. nor
of the deliberations. Wemay nplilAg any
animal breast ant
was ripped and the blood scope Of
open whI course the boys must have a head, : -
Right in the center a large as th fifty a yard cf him. though could
-- ---- ----- look forward pays description one
runs from him. His to good practical ronults and 111.
pierced lungs too hard
a strong one as they are
i rose the "circus. It had been hastily for thM 'o.pTl-tbt-re must he a reasonable have wished for information respectingtf1
OFFICIAL Cr'flECTORY. from the which has been
breathe with difficulty. A tremor runs inquiry tndertaken. o control. .In the House, a onearmedcaptain
but. solidly constructed of giant profit Ij'o wonder it is thought much-enduring animal which bore
his gaudy coat of fur. Then ho u Our country has done her assisted by two chief jh.W
bamboo, each as thick as a man's through pagl's worth hi- -l keep the method se "mountain of flesh!" Was he a
toward effective a
.. :trCtches him.el out and is still. Tho part securing an investigation. keeps the squad of thirty in order,
City onicers.Mayor arm rammed into the earth to the whie :art-horse-Ali tho Year Round.
oret
buffalo, howe\lr, has got his share of We were reprlsentlt at Washington Captain Bassett, in the Senate looks
it is
of However. likely that this
depth throe
J. C. Wills. feet and I
stanJing injuries as Deep furrows by Mr. Chars Hall, with whomare after his detachment, usually of monop PICTORIAL LANGUAGE.
. fifteen feet high, joined to wl'l1 art very oly will be wiped out before long
Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner dhtr associated of the
;e visible on his neck. One of his ears is men highest boys.After .
. George E. Pace, .1. G. Alvarez J. M. further strengthened by the slender I torn into shreds. The runs offhis eminence in their profession.For smal pacing: on the market of a very simple V Severe t'ritIcl'.nmEaued 1'pou a.\mer
trunks of bloo graduating from the contrivance recently invented which i4lnrll't'*
trees. The interstices pageship IOWPI
were the losses which take
j, Truby. probably three inches wide and flanks in rivulets. is still place at soa boys usually become any woman can afford to buy anl will I It is often said that while the languages -
II Clerk-Walter Will to th(1 game. and, none of his vitals have been a large measure of responsibility lies :
great heard of the world varied. the
were pressed the of the thousands although a many are never have skill enough to use. It costless I are so
. Treasurer W. Morgan. eyes ,1 I He stamps with fury. HU with the ship-owner. In his report to Some become wil I of : is understood -
than
. of natives as soon :l 'tho "fun" began. rpal1 I pltcians SI to mmufacturt. \\il be sod meaning pictures everywhere
< Mr. Chamberlain Mr.
stated
Marshal-i:. I). Wall. mouth foams; he smells the blood on Ilothery and several have aferwards for 5-5, and do to perfection nut ; and there are many stories of
Assessor-T. W- Sweat. Overlooking the arena proper and surrounding the ground. Then he circles around, that of 403 cases of loss which ho had mark in the world. Familiar examples' only \1 kni e-phit- artists who have been able to help

built it in a semicircle had been his foe, and finally ho concludes to analyzed no less than 326 belonged to of success are those of Senator Gorman; ing. accortion-plait'ng hit of little themselves in cases where they did not

r rI terraced stands for the mor' distinguished f find out whether there is still life in tho category of preventable casualties, ex-Representative Scott, of Erie, and more than machinl two long con.iiting brass adjustable know the speech of 3 country. by drawing -
County nfr"rM. spectators present, made up him. He sniffs of tho such as undermanning overloading bad
I in large of the native Jotonles tiger, the late Representative Townsbend of to a table a wooden roller. what they wanted and showing the
I *Cunt' .Tudgt-W. F. Malphus. part lrntp'shousphold who suddenly deals a \"icous, equipment anl undue pressure on masters Illinois, who became eminent in public Each: after ant being folded by the '. A well known artist who has
\ Clerk of -W. T. Weeks. and retinue, with the Dutch powerful blow which tears out to make passages or to cut down plait
. Cr'uit a por- life.-Golden Days. machine ironed recently been in Cuba, tells of a little
I Sh'rif-D. L. .\lvalf1. some officials of, merchants Chinese, officers, as well as ton of his nose. Once more the buffalo expenses,-Lord Brassey in Nineteenth hand-iron and the stat separatfyih comes out all a experience which shows that this rule .

Tax Assessor-.!. E. Wainright- those stands wealthy tho battlefield traders. From resumes, his walk in a circle. Once Century.A _ _ THE BERTILLON SYSTEM. ready to be put on the belt supposing has its:exceptions.
Tax M. Hale. lay right more he A second blow hits him He in Havana and
l'olfl.tor-r below at one's ft-et. snif, BIBLICAL REFERENCE. that it is intended for an accordionskirt. was got up one
Superintendent :Scbools-J.; L. Hill. opening into the The tiger was in a in the eye and tears i out. His pa- I fhe Identification of Criminals By the An- But, of course, many other morning very early in order to see the

County Surveyor .I.I Edwards, C. bull cage stood in it arena. The young fIHl is exhausted, once more he Standard Time "\I'Ilitd'lh Far More I, thropometric Method things besides skirts are made nowadays* tish market which from the variety of

County Commissioners-T. A. E. the cud of i peacefully chewing begin-. to work away on tho ti- Th.,n .Modern: Facility. Criminals do not scruple to interchange -such as capes, cloaks,lamp shades etc. tropical fish sold there is an interesting
reflection ,
and
D. 15. Knight, I;. A. Todd, W.Knight. for apparently in g er. There is an indistinguishableheap Standard time, it seems is not a new names among themselves, thoughby It: will be cheering news to the ladies I place. He was tempted by the exquisite k-'

bolster, V. :Smith.; no 'moo active hOitiltit. The of these two. There is much thin In twentieth chapter of II. preference they assume those of that the 50( cents a yard rate is not softness of the morning air to a walk -j

I blistering rays were moderated by kkking drilling, snarlng growling -_ : Kings it was applied: with far more than honest men We have had cases where likely to be maintained very long. It; hut after going a few blocks it occurred

an whole immense awning spn'at over the panting. 'ht tiger i motMn facility and variety.! lzekiah. men when rearrested have not hesitated I will not be a great while brfor every to him that he should be late for the '

State onirrrs. extent of the arena, and securely! 1: come to anchor on the neck of the 1 who was a contemporary of (, was to assume the names of persons they woman who makes her own dresses will L opening of the market, and he called a

Covror-l. I'. Fleming I Jackson tied to a circle of posts running around bull, ant with his teeth he snaps at sick unto death, and was advised by tho had at some previous time robbd and I perform the accordion process as a mat carriage.

\i( arena and stands. From this awning him. The bull nails him to the ground Prophet Isaiah to put his house in order. whoso exact position they ter of course upon the material she buys. The driver knew no English, and the I

Secretary of :Stat-JUhfl; L. Crawford, some native retainers of the Prince with his horns and drives them into his 'I On being thus admonished Hezekiah through the evidence given before the, -Washington Cor. St' Louis Globe irtist, who had hitherto given his orders
whose full name, by the way, was sides and and turned his faco to the and their victims themselves. International
again courts
Crawford ville. ; quivering again yet w.l wept, by Democrat. _ _ through the hotel clerk knew no Spanish. -
; :Sakuronga Mohammed lladja-had been again. In his pain and rage the tiger then prayed for recovery. Soon after criminals arrested in foreign THE For some time the artist tried t
Attorney-General Mon GERMAN REICHSTAG.
tioello. I.amar. vainly trying to annoy the "kClbo" into I seizes one of the horns and-off that big ; ward ho was assured by the prophet that countries or persons giving themselves make the driver understand: where ho

a more bellicose frame of mind, by pourIng I alabaster tooth breaks as i it were the prayer hat been heard and that fifteen out to be foreigners have still greaterfacilities rhe Different Parties Represented In Ger. wished to go. a lot of Spanishspeakingmen !

Treasurer J. Pons, Macclenney.Commissioner tho biting juke of certain wild fruit brass and the horn stel And one more I i years woul bo added to his life for deceiving and have no needto L many's Parliament. gathering to assist in the talk; butas

\griculure-J. It. over his flanks and by whipping him and the tiger l Once more on I Hezekiah ( for a sign that he would have recourse to these tricks. The parties of the Reichstag in the he made no headway ho at last

Wombwell.CoEiptrollerGeneral. with branches of a nttlp-lia plants swing seemingly dead. The bull i| thus happily be healed. Isaiah an ever they may chose to adopt Thatf f order of their position in tho house, whipped out his tablets and quickly drew

-W. D. arl!p.iutant.Genera11)avid to tho condition of mind of tho tiger: 1(1ins'idor on the field. Both of the I swered that tho shadow on the sun dial necessity b accepted a corret as from right to left, are the German Conservatives first a fish and then a house.

Long Cedar thl'rl could be no doubt. His roars of beasts had had enough of fight. should be moved forward or backward there is no means whatere proving ; the Liberal Conservatives, Tho crowd of Cubans closed around him

.1 p. baffled rage could be heard far away, as Jut! that didn't satisfy the spectators. I ten degrees as the desired sign. And or disproving its authenticityS>There; I I or German Imperialists; the Ultra- as he hastily made these sketches,
the rabble him in his and the buffalo driven tho sacred continues thus but little doubt that in montanes, or Center; the National Lib
Superintendent of Public Instruction "gUYPll l'agl Again again was t I history : can b l every man of them talking with the
Albert Ilussel), .Iacksom'il. callnghim al of pet names, against the tiger. Again and again the I "10. And Hezekiah answered: 'It is I cases the international exchange of ju? .pr1; the German Liberals! including greatest earnestness. When he finished

as "mandrong" (bloodthirsty beast) and latter, though l'O\Ct all over with a light thing for the shaiow to go down dicial records would be a step in the _e Progressists; the Democrats andParty there was more talking than ever, and

---- -- -----. the like. blood h : to the oeca'uon. There ten degrees; nay, but let the shadow re right direction; but even that would be 1'e3e ; ani the Social! Demo he remembered afterward that the

L. B. RHODES 'vAalL ]>inln.f'" (open the door) seemed actually to be tho nine proverbial 'I turn backward ten dgres' insufficient. What useful informationwould crats. There are several smaller factions at him strangely. He was
'I'
shouted the Prince. And a moment lives in this huge cat's mutilated "11. And Isaiah the prophet cried unto t be obtained from such records which are more or less dependen'r I; tvwtlookt by signs to enter the carriage,

later the tortured tiger bounded into tin- body, for though torn and l'eat't so I the Lord: ant he brought tho shadow ten I with reference to a habitual criminal IL L 'i upon, and incorporated in, : and in\itec away he drove at a rattling: pace .

Attorney at Law arena. I strptrhll its ('rampttlmLs I that i resembled; moro a bleeding mass ;I degrees backward, by which i had gone who had taken the precaution not to divisions namely the 1011'; the Ger congratulating himself upon his clever-

and joints (. and gloried L of raw flesh than an animal, it still down in the dial of Ahaz." give his own but some false name? We man Hanoverians, or Guelphs: the Cleri s.

in regained liberty. For that was what l breathed and fought and scratched and Thus the first known mention of the do not allude to the usual description cals, Protesters, and Autonomi-its of nl Presently the carriage drew up before

STARKE, FLA. the beast thought at first pntntly. The sun dial is coupled with a more difficult which generally accompanies these papers Alsace-Lorraine; and the Danes from .v building upon which to his astonishment -
----------- tumultuous applause that greeted its bit.I had I left. Before in "Chin round Sleswick *
face
seen enough. problem time-keeping than any now r oval eyes gray he saw the American flag. Tho
appearance( startled the tiger though. my eyes there was a vail of blood. Thoclu's agitating the public.-Jewelers' Weekly. etc.-which have never led to the recognition the casual observer the workings: Jriver jumped down and rushed into it

Commercial Hotel* ; Jt crouched down, and then began a leaves were running with blood, of criminals, save in the realmsof of the Reichstag may seem of lttle back almost immediately drag
A of coming
I snake-liko tour of di"lolr.T.ul'l:; ,, and the beautiful foliage of the pisang Dr. story the 1011 famous lCcro.'oculist while, romance. A trained anthropologist portance and to have slight influence ging by the arm a man Whom the artist

I there must be a way out of this. ( autoush. showed big stains of gore. Flol I, Stelwag. students Vienna. tolda L alone would be able t deal suitablywith upon the Government, the Chancellor, recognized as the clerk of the American

st'alhiwih steps that fall long arms of the maringin tree hung these descriptions. Photographs: the real pwer. This is not the fact Consul, to whom the driver was talking
FLA. of Dom Pedro, of
Opposite Depot) ST.UtIE, as velvet, enormous fl'Jnl seeks anf'xi L plants that seemed to reek with blood. II pretty story Brazil are certainly preferable to descriptionsof With the entre Nation to support it, excitedly Spanish.:; .
Ho said that ho had had -
all the time no attention to, Tho wa\osof tho sea, as they beat many opportunities kind but solves uch an assembly can be no other thana "
f paying azure of conversing i with the ex-Em any photography only: "What does ho say? demanded the
\ the buffalo, or l'lsf t'ming him I I against the shore, looked to me like I a part of our problem. The experimenttried mighty and persistent force. Bkmarek's artist. who saw that wa
peror, a man of the highest characterand something :
assertion that it is
Frst.ClassccomlotatoIS. worthy notit. The hul; on : part, chasms of blood. All nature seemed to in Paris has clearly demonstrated continually: wrong. ,
0 of great culture, whose heart and
had begun to give signs restlessness.With be steeped in the life and death-giving I mind were always filled with plans for this. demanding more the rights Government: and ever is true.contending : I! "Ho says,'answered the clerk who

lowered head he followed eH'T'motion Huh And yet it was nothing but a improving the condition of his In the course of ten years the police against : in i turn recognized the artist, "that he
Special rates made- to Weekly or of his ar<;h-foe. Yet tiger and an untamed buffalo. I pople.; had made a collection of the photo! Conflict has been between the lo\crn.: has found American lunatic loose in

Monthly Hoarder I Hotel thoroughly does not budge. :Suddenly; the conviction Tho end of the fearful combat was I was one of his dearest wishes graphs of 100,00 persons. Is it possible ment and the Reichstag ever since tho the streets and he wants me to take \
a big hospital in llo, but ho lacked the
renovated and in foundation of the and will
run empire
con:
trst ortcr.J. I the that ho is i "
dawns on tiger told me afterward. Burning pith had to search through these 100,000 photographs care of you.
I money wherewith to build it, and the
tinue until the Government becomesfar
I
KLEINSCHMIDT Proprietor. still a prisoner, that his cage has; hc.tn dropped on the tiger buffalo not be induced to whenever an arrest is made? The artist was enough of a humorist
wealthy
------ only been enlarged that he is to 111 and boiling water had been thrown on scribe. coul an idea came to him, as sub it Clearly not The use of photography: readiness moro to liberal and into exhbits! of greater. to laugh at the situation, but he de
enter
butchered to make a Javanese' holiday.His th(1 until they had again renewed the therefore has not rendered the services plans that he had never before 'had
had to the
Joseph home s
Emperor nearer William II. devolves coTo.ssal eare
F. J. FIELD Upon
a
eyes dart fearful glances up at the t.ht.nl at last when the tiger was and he began to bestow titles. Any man anticipated, and the most guilty and In addition the : severe a criticism; upon his artistic
stout inclosure. roars sullenly or really it had been dragged around the most cunning of habitual criminals ;ork to Kulurkampf -Youth's
growls and !; 1X rather. Then he in the II who was willing to give a goo round continued to obtain the same privilegesani to Germany's military economic powers. --- -Companion- ---
ri R M n' W ic1 rk rl hr I arena.Such sum to the hospital could himself
r not is the Te ou's School Day
I : n least perplexing .j I
,I II notices a pair of human orbs looking at is a popular amusement on the I Count Viscount or Baron. The patent the same indulgence which the law solution que.tons of her social In the More Tennysoniana. this 1*
him bamboo a Schierbrand.in and extend problems. referring
through the island of von prison regulattions to a
wall Ja\-\ol
I of nobility was not hereditary, and if laureate's
recent election the Socialists cast overa time to the school days. r
STARKE FLA. giant leap and a roar that Seems to run Chicago Herald.strain first offense. Inspectors of police and
I the children wished to inherit the father's
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writes of
i million votes. In thirty-six districtscomprising : "My a correspondent i
down one's back ho flies at the spot and superintendents of houses of correction uncle.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41 Nay gation on the Nil*. title, they had to pay over again the large cities the Socialist the Pal Ial Gazette, "though four
digs his claws deep into the bamboo, I did indeed, recognize a certain numberof
i timbers and[ A now Egyptian association has been Rio was suddenly peopled with nobles these vote has had a remarkable grow th, be years the poet's senior was in the same
breaking one of the thick; men on an average
The formed styled the "Thewfikieh' rom-I and the hospital was built on a grand abut ing in round numbers. in IS-, "G,000; class with him at Loath ani be used to
another. month in Paris alone
his teeth into twenty an
burying per .
PEEK & FRAZEE, I have fled I PlY: who are the owners of a number, scale; and when it was completed Dom such at in 1857. 334,000; in 1SDO 307,000. This threaten Alfred Tennyson with 3 thrashing -
curious natives at that spot recognitions were once communicated a
of sd'arners which have been speciallyfltte'd Pedro had the following inscriptionplaced : rapid increase indicates that sooner or when he did his Latin verse for
and must be ordered by the Prince to by them to the proper authorities I- .
MariesSlAllKt over its : "Vanitas HumanaMiserue later there will be but him thus did he begin! be"a
illorncys at taw and 1 drive the beast back, for it looks for a for a regular service of passengers gates The adoption of the two great partiesin ; early t -
(Human Vanity to anthrop the voracious and To this he and fatheroften
his de 'ring to ascend the river from metrical of Germany one : poet day my
moment as if he would force way system
I Human Misery).-London Daily News descriptions the other where and talk of the tremendous, thrashings -
CO. FLi. Cairo to the first cataract visiting the grasping resisting
lLUFOIW) out of the breach he has made. Wih tirely altered these figures. A greatnumber
big iron brands and with torches they antiquities on the banks. The forma -Well," said the merchant to the of criminals have given up best it can. that "Old Waie.the head master. ."
Abstracts of Title and Real Estate thin of this company has been sanc With the retirement of the iron Chan- used to give even such a smallquantity.
drive the ferocious monster backinto young clerk. whom he had sent out cot changing their names, they
Law a specialty.Abstracts I tioned by a of the Khedhes I bcause :ellor and the appointment of a non is I believe both my uncle and .
dele
furnished showing every the arena. There he notices thebufalo lecting "did you have much luck? have found i useless as a means of con .
who has inaugurated the operation L as his successor, begins a new Tennyson were laid up for some time
) Lien, Tax Sale, Judg whom be eyes sideways 's but just "Some. "I suppose you got the account cealing their identity, and the wardens \Om '
Mortgage
DEf, Attachment and all matters of whom he is not inclined to molest He by a rnaiisit on board the steamerEl Mr. :Fatheringtonowes. You said: of houses of correction do not now find ?ra in the history of the empire. All with one thrashing. 'Old Wait' por-

sent public record and file affecting Title of walks around the "kero" in a Khedevie. The sloo: Indies'boudoir he was a personal friend of yors" "Xo.I ''I out more than two or three month Europe is alert, cautiously observing: trai hangs in my fthers study now.

Real Estate in Bradford county, Florida,, wide circle. Once more be a smoking-room, and all parts i didn't get the money; the fact is Idon't The only criminals who pr are the young Emperor, and fearing lest and only a few year's ago, shortly b
to date of Abstract. of the steamer are illuminated by like Phaethon he drive bis chariot too fore Mr. Waite's death. my uncle went
up bold break for liberty. With a thun know what to make of my experience :- those who have been long absent from
" derous roar, which sounds as i it woull I eighty electric lights of a total power of there." "How was it?" .I Paris, or those who have some very heedlessly and kindle a conflagration to see him, then a very old man and he
I candles, and tho decorations of theapartments that can be quenched only by the blood expressed his regret at having been s p
200
run alone shiver the timbers, he leaps at went in and said, )11. Fatheringtcn i I: special reason for trying their chance of
JI\UQl\tln. of millions.-Thomas Bertrand Bron-jon stick and I .
I of the most elegant and : cruelly free with the ; i
to arC to speak about matter I By the new
the top of the inclosure. He cale a escaping detection system
dmg' in with
mistake he alluded pride to
hire Iiiiii'iiiiee. It With tremendous blows of paw' luxurious ('haract.r. Messrs. H. Gaze get any further when he put i in about forty per month are rcogied- Cautauquan. not .

ho breaks off the tips of the bamboo pal .: Son are appointed agents in Elopt with hat all right, my boy she I n The Identification of :. -A washerwoman's work has but just: Tennyson's '

Bepreuenting the Liverpool anti'IcndoJ tnfrs. He crunches them with his teeth Egypt: and \mrjtifor the Oapa& '.-- yours; take her and bo happy.'"--\\Hkington Classes by the Anthropometric Method, begun when she 1 approaching U icilothes.Yonkers -The burglar! enters a hottJe fC rob r

P _ad Globe Wiwn, the and Pro\.illn'e tho Security and ,-> !l' .I is i they were thin reeds ar.i through Ii! Amerian. I l03t by Alphonso BertilloD- Gazette. ious reasons- fti




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BEDFORD COUNTY 'cutloii seed from hits couutty have been CALL E4 JI A TATK DEMOIH A 11C His Two Girls. I ; : ; :Qjlcla! ( : Triple I Line. '

ELEGRJAI'IL this CONVKNTIOATOCALA, TLA., Myiiiicr girl is going east. j ; :.
planted year on the Crimean peninsula ( 4 r-a1 I ) 1) t T'I
___ Au. well, let her p>; t ? 1,5 jk'
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: -PtTBUSHKD WEEKLY; : ;: ; ATTVRKK. various other places on the coast On Wednesday, August 13lli, 189O. I'm not fretting t 1-1 the least. ; -

'; BRADFORD COUNTY.FI,< >ltIDA. of the Black sea, where cotton has never The democratic pmly of tin: pfcrc; of : Another gill I know. & m.V4ruiIrI .

(been grown In-fore. Coiton culture in ( ]Florida will hold a mile cot, vat inn n tOcula One nol so hot ly. nor i'(j rimOn -, : ?- ) Itme > '. Cl. ( ,.

Editor and Publisher. these, localities is somewhat of an expcriincnt on W( liesday. Aneust 13i ii. at 12o'clcck : not quite in the whirl M '8'ittn- I .rtt.- ..Y.tj5"," | sol

and it remains to be seen whether m for the following purposes; ( Of gay society but mine; i \ 3_ *.!JH. I:" i'i' : M" j'

SUBSCRIPTION (il.OO A VKAII. To nominate a candidate for I the oilier i lioie teal, Ihe MI miner girl. Slip f.Ui.-.a I.v eruit'-thi> '.r .," i7 l ,1

: :_ King Cotton it iratmrcrred to foreign soil of Jnstice of the Supit me Court ; She.V t1ueuuis'eiit itimni. I fear 7.. r-Hv5al- jk.? .., i?.'.- .'r : i B"J: ? VI

will thrive sis w.-ll as here; But aside To nominate H candidate for Lime office j And up to little Ixrkd l ; I; I 0 i. 11.::0 it I < t ..I-! :. -,, -.r l jo I' 6 ::.-, a *
13 ltfI .1 rl''lv1iq 117 Aft I "f! ( ''.qri kX in fill In the ni rsboFond of beer.I : li | tr--: i. f I'.fU.u (i .\t f .-. p ; ?,
1fte l\H>t ( fljy Sl1rk4'. Flit. -IK &coral j 'from this the cotton industry in Central of Comptroller to the vacancy caused pure i 1 7M'r! > : t> x" "' '' LvZJ-J-i a-si
the resignation of the lion"W.. L). I I A frolic in [lie utik5. t" 2S ,
.id'tk. tIYO' I Asia by \ t r Haw h. ---..,- t i r: ? 2 r lJa
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-- .. : ht lacen continually growing. Since Barnes; j I She like* ice cream and tells l me so. 1 f I Ii ls i'p't'l v ( ti (,oa

: : Jan. 1. \\iit-n navigation opened on the And to tinnsact such other business us i But all her taste" arc plain ; I Uit> A" > j.vi-s-: i-nLs r t- ,. :.i j t
Our Combinations. 1 15a l ,<* ji IO s I.\ S> '. ;
Caspian eca, one transportation company' may come l*>fore the convention. I She? does not and may never know : I IIMJ.I 7U"f> .< >- h-m i-a i- 7' -i; o.0i ti.la

Dully Titn.-s I'nion. 1 jcar 1O O() alone of cot- 'Ihte 1 several counties in the state will The flavor uf chninpagne- 4Z'a 6Mp.V L.--ST..,. .,' | ; 4 j,4 >
-- firiui&xd Co. TKi.KCit.U'H.: 1 y ear: 1 (M) conveyed 2160,000 pounds send delegates to lie convention on the But she's not cold nor is she cross, i IS -- Bi.a *. :.- |. .', .- Ic.VMf.- i.v 7 -' .1 S ;0p

Ion more than il carried during the whole following basis; And I would be a elm mmii : 9'1"i' _;i""Ar- 'ri.' t. -,-. l.. :: ;.-, ,t tolAX.fA

"iToo your of J8-VS. The direct traffic from ('enIt One deh irate for ench one h'tnclred democratic If. with her 1 should feel I he loss : ;: I i- .- -'UN i ii m' 4

( Our price for lioth 10 00 ] al Asia tn MOSCOW is even greater.I .- vittes, and for each fraction over Ol my wise winter girl. i 71 ) |> il :.-a l.. J u-ksi t.i! .. r 14. ,", 57Hai
: > aione1 l Dpm' cr l. IcmUng party I fond of : ( 4 Op j utaLFimna; < .ia .\r i..t, ioa
for the deiuociatic c.indi- is
me,
.r Savannah) News.Tli fifty votes, cast j My summer girl (; '.:' II Ida Jv t.u.t: ? ? r tll
%tguI. piililislict! weekly nt Wash- I j'injrlon. dates on the state ticket at the geneiai j Not; naughty she. but It ICI'. i I.p1a.51)L| EJI. 5'l Ai-IU: ,p, 5 H.ai 13

;: I:). (.'.. 1 year 1 50 election of isys, anti whenever the vote of In one the sumi-cr's warmth I seeThe I' :j-J t, .i 15 r-i- TV.i.. t i.I v f-Lti.iniUp a

Bradford ('t,. TF.I.Foium. 1 V&14T 1 00fBo) following item, clippe-l from the couiity. by ,leason of the prevalence other, winter's ice.ThatTerrible I 5iXa t'atIeij. Lv "
FL Maditton ( Iowa) Democrat, contains any I utoa Hsu [> ir IfcmMn'v Lv ft a si-Op
-; inforzna Lion wr-11 worth reinetit bet lug: ol yellow fever in the slate at the time of 7iUa '. *0 )> .- : 1: Bii" L5 (0. 7tp
; I .Mr. John Hotli of this city, who met 'the said election was reduced l c'ow' its Cough :: :. [) .5.1
Our for both t:0) -
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prut. w ith an nec.dent a few day ago, sprain- |j'vole of the pit-ceding general election, the In tho morning I hurried or diilicult 1 .:; s. 7 a-t ft t.MJjf7Ti tsVii.-s iiu" u. ti.J k
The J ovti applies to now ainscnlx-js lug and bruising his lei? and arm quite"basis of lepreseiitalion from such county 1 breat hi mhz. raising plilegm tightness ini ,00. m :!!hat d flai i i it; Nn, 3 ;tf.! 4 i :.. I u.'ln.an

.' I. and rrm-wals univ. Send money to thuy severely, was ruied bv one 50 cent lot- is made upon the same vote in Mtf6.. i 11 the (-lie-I'. qtticKened! pul.sf', cuilline I I i -s in 1 I l chaits: d g ci p i s t hiTs I -t "t- "u .Li l.hcnnU
e ? ( t. h I*. O. order draft note all j! ;anii'r.tit! p-t ..t). ;; i':. l'ev: -, ps Mu ...jiiII \
or postal niht or
sweats at ,
tie of Chamberlain's Pain Halm. This The counties, under this nile will be I| 'the evening or ] : i ,
# 3 p( J3. OK TF.I.KOKAIMI. (l remedy is without an equal for spraina entitled to rcpic&entation as follows: i i'any of these things are the first staares ot j jconsumption. i I It ; i. 1 i. s'. :

and biuises and should have H placo In 21 Baker 4 {> I) 'o'tor Acker's English j i -% }.-. .: -.-k'-. n1 i.'itAr! tVi t "
Alachua
Tobc. every household. For stle bv W. II.Ilivers. |(CoiiiT.i Uemedv WILL cine I these fearhili I ) I L "- in if> a Lv Irnr.iutin t Ari p
t H'ailfnid 1") Brevard( S' Ii'OaLv: i )>!lalai AlI {, ,
I take pleasure in complying with your i svniptoms anil is sold under a positive ,
Calhoun 3 films S I 1Xi ip Lv F1iJsyit 'sr L...
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t to write fntts relative | ]guarantee by W. II. RIVKIIS. L' \Vadt:
rfqu $ yoy w>nic Clay 6 Columbia 11 I' allOt Aril ; a.Iv .
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Convenflou or Primary. ; : > 15 f> Ar : dYe b".
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: t lo my collections coDcernin; tobacco The differcno! between primary elections Dade 1 DeSoto 7 A scheme has been organized and! work 7 tOp ,r -'i.-I ir1 Lv it'i( [

cult: in c iu rictiiln. Now after five years' Dttvitl 20) Ksfambia 20' '! 'begun -rent-rate electricity by the aid' I of l : No ;. 1 nn.l f : .i iJy: .->' ui Li'ii -

1;. ( xperlmcntinp and experience I lave the and conventions in making ut-mina- Franklin 4 Gadsdeu 131'' I' Niagara. "savs the Sdentilie American,1 ( .f ,Ts'k. ( ti I_ilk :n 'i. .. -I.t't a U4 ( I .'

lions for office is about this : I Hamilton 7 llc-rnaiido 4 sufficient to drive all the machineiy in the ijIt -. sc1tr. Ij. ..J.ttt
p i-rcdtt ;
\iuilding the first and the w-cond ,
]V iy. At the primary a ballot box Is prepared llillsborcngh IS Holmes 0| mills and fat-lories propel evt-iy ho.se car | | t; I I i i9t
: I tobacco Iwrn in Florida since the war and Jackson 19 Jefferson 12 and aveinu and toad in and I: i ..>>, Lv ; .! ,- '.r s'
; light | I
at each into which the every
F of planting the first considerable crop and polling place voter LaFayette 6 Lake 131 I ;, ]arotiiid I t Ihe village of Niag-ira Falls, I the I II M() p apAr I--r'zii.a; iv ; t- ino
his 7 i it) i> A r DruflWi l I.e .
ticket the '
deposits containing names
3 Leon l'-\\
1 r ulso of putting a tobacco journal! on foot. Le ; \city of Buffalo and! the neighboring towns -,: rr ils N" ; t I t,, .1 lii ... ......,
7 2: I trjj
of the persons whom he specially favors Levy Liberty J..tludison J.and villa-res. The plans toll teni- tatiti 'hr-s-tl. .
r Five years ago tobacco culture in Florida i present 'rj itIit' It1 Wet-ri t rn. n or.,?
for nominations. The process is exactly lo:; Manatee 41'i plate I the" production of 120.COO) horscl j -, I;. lusvj-k N vi.- tt.n.er. Hn-| itirt..: Iru; _
uns Htr.ong the "lost bels"-lost in the Marion 19 Mouroo 12 j I : l- Wjua' .I A tht'' tI
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like l but them is no limit to the amount I '
for candidates after nominations power "
voting '
; ; ilcsultilions of the war. IJefoie the wnr Nassau 10) Oiangc 19'I ; of power which can be ptoduced. A e-on- I I? >.1D""Oi l_ "TKx" >Ip 'tvT" -.- IFAr

Ihe Amsterdam Dutch came to Florida have been made. Each man votes I Osceola 4 Pa sco 61I | tract has been signet! between the Niagara I | .. ; : X L. J--5: ; ;;: i.t- -\r T :-j--jit :t p
for the lie the I Polk KJ: Putnam 12 \ i I : 5 litaLs. i-'t.;v i t- 71 ,
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3 prefers.Vhen day the Cataract
persons Falls Power and j % .- f
tnliacc of J company -1 t .
fitrlv to buy which our genial < Si. Johns 11 Santa Rosa 8 | : !1 I v II .
closes and ull have voted the names are i'' i| Construction company: of New Yoik for I r :; :t 2 it 'r i.-ii..i e I.v i v j : :i I) _,
Cipt A. E. Maxwell .f F. U. & P. railroad 8
Slimier Suwanee 10 il (1
tunnels -
and the com.St met ion of I lie main cross I Qtufri. 1 12 :: 4
counted returns from all the .
from Marks much precincts Taylor ;> Yolusia 10'Wakulla i I. U mtt'i: 5.r I-itiaJto- t IiCfl I.v ii .t;
Dipped t. HS as and nicewavs.: etc., the price being $3500. ,- j : :.a
made the executive committee. pIl"ptr rrnsjt-'a Lr :r;
are to 8 Walton 3 t'a
1.COO cars iu one week. \Vheu the Ainfc'.erdata .OUO. work to be completed by Jan. 1. I : X 0 a .tr M'tkii.Lv- 12 a.| ,
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When the returns are all in, the commit 5 '
Washington
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l92. i a u : 't i ,t. v* Iv Sir
people could no longer get their tee makes n canvass of the votes mid the The counties will select their delegates : ; j ; liiimt.'r )'r.t. ,,, \ F.v 7y.

.* favorite tobacco, on account of the war. prisonslio have received the highest either in mass meetings or conventions as Pills. : 't :; itk.I. uti-% : .. i v l Jo
Dr. Acker's English
I number for each office are declared the be considered best t Ihe j ; : :> l lI ist.i s i lrlt'tZtI; Lv T :-,. ,
they sought another to substitute may by people) '.
country I Are aetiv, etPVtivo and pure. For sick j j : l ( i" a Ar M. 1IitS Lv ;:..-. p
it. and organizing large syndicates with nominees for offices designated. Only acting Ihroug'i the usual patty organiza-. headache disoi tiered htonru-h, loss of I i i 1L-CaXt- fhit-a. lv S :*> \,

democrats vole at democratic primaries I j' lions; and it is recoirmended that such appetite haiti: complexion and billionsness. I) J : : I rrain N4I4 1. -'. 'Onil deity. N, .. I ij;;j-2
I" millions uf capital they went to the island and republicans at it-publican primaries delegates be chosen on Saturday, Align t I hey have never been equalled, ] ; lutvt" k'oitiurs.n! v. It .1 f'ti5 ear' .1 : kn .

:; of Sumatra and produced a poor subalit- In conventions the candidates are nominated 2d. or as early thereafter practicable, j! either in Ameiica or abroad. S')!d I by i ii VI e to Cir.tiRi.ii *" w 'ria s. J ;- .,t.igfr
.
; te-a very tough bitter ana bitlliantivrnpperleivf by delegates, from the several precinct Nothing itt I tilt is to lit; umleistood as in i ; W. H. KIVKKS- j j : : ;, i-oa. lj- -'u--Pen'-'H- F'ltarj..mi.'ii .
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*. Wheie nominal i'n.s are made by dictating to I tin executive-i
unfit for other any wny ? county ; I ; I I i : '. .
I entirely uses ;primaries there is no oppuitunity) to trade committees the time or place".f holding; I Dunns tin Aim-tic.in revolution! I an [ .! ; is'a l'r'
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Sip $it"o '
I Home have planted bumatru seed in Florida. off or make deals and therefore the prim their conveiilions I estimate i i I 1 I r 7" ii
county imctiugs "r En j i-h tn-tgazine published an i ii J tOr, .i .v n 1 \ t t'tii. Lv s ir ,' -- :Yet
but it was H riiistitkc. for there are ary plan is apt to draw out the correct And it is further i iccommciided that when i j of the I Ititme population I of the North j j : I '. 1 *-i !' H > ; r ,rt'r ."' :i

Cuban and Brazilian varieties that have cxpicssion of the people's will. The convention county oonven ions ait-i held, the precinct I AiiH-ric.iti colonies. I Placing the popul.ttioii ; i u u : I i I' tr I l'i::' it.1 12 r -1.Opltrj t' .r '. iI.t'.t; I 0

: all tie system is more popular with wire j meetiiiga should be held jne week prior to 'I then at 2.000,000.' ( and assuming that j !j U01 -, .OpVrI tflhi art? i ; ( ?>
vrnpper qualities with the aromatic working, politicians.-Orange Co. Hep. the above dale ft-r conventions'. : : ,' ___
I I sugge-sit-d it would double itself cwry twenty-five I I : I N1.. j" ; .- T0 ,i K-. .'.-.. z i n'ln-Hii
I flavor tiK-f Jl for filler. I enclose the i Arrangements tire being made h by, the 11 j I years, the wiiler t-siiir.-tted that ill the : : I I ,. io- i -I J'i fe -, rsvil <* .nil 1 Vae n;

I. circular letter of President II. H. Duv.ila lion. W. V. Lucas, ex-state auditor of State Executive ( ommittce to secuie reduced Vear ItfUH the ntiii.iit-r' would have ineresis- : l i ; 3fo-oti to all r'c'irtrth at't; ( mvt" ?.

Iowa, says: "I have used ('haniberlin's: lutes of travel to and from the convtntion. 'i ed to 64 (OOO.OUOAs a matter ot fad. this j i { | ; i Tkt; >lii -si; ". Rtvre.. 0'. .-npr. I.aom.!
E ) Lids subject tobacco grown in Florida, I! : >. t>, rot t t. nt of n< _, fi 1 .1 r .o nvi'vF
in laniilv and hav
p Cough Ilemedy my and special hotel rated at ()eala.atu I| is near: time I pies-cut estinuited population i I O C
which J trust you will publKh. The ag- no hesitation i in saying il is an excellent] )(. the cominntee will notify the ci'uuitvexecutive j of the United Slates. i i ; i r D. E. Maxwell. : MrcCoprtell, t, I r.V t,

.nn-gHte cmp of 18t9! had grown from a remedy. I belie\e all that is claimed for committees of siih! retiuct ions pUuuckievi'o _- [ I I o ,i.. .
it. 1'eYs.ons: nlllicted by a t-oiij11 or eol-1 N. S. Pennirg'cr,
few Lundied pounds n 18C3: to about two will! find it n friend." There is no danger as soon us arranged. Arnica Sahre.I j jTho I : ) I -I ra r;.

: million |Ktinds, and there is no doubt fiom whooping coujrli when this Count I}' organizations are notified I that I best Salve in the world for Cant, j 1 C.'Cobtr.T 'i.. rtIe.g.rr

that in reined is freely fiiven. .9!> cent bottles this committee, will meet at Ocs-l.i :at Hl j nrui-.es, ;orts. Uk-eis. S i lt Khenin ( : ,| !
five you S m >re the crop will aarHgu for sale by W. II. Itiveis.a l o'clock p in. August 12th, in nceivej 1-Vver Soies, Tetter, Chapped I Ilaud, j I : N

'4 ten million pounds and will l be uoitli ---- --- j ciedcnlials nnd issue tickets of admission ('Iii hulaimis. Corn* and all I Skin I Krup-: j >! .

t twice HS utiicli SS the orange crop. Temperance Item*. to delegates. I lion and j'i>sitivel> cun s I I'iles.or no ; : / ,.r:' -. 4

:' The Edited by tlie l.aVo Butler Temperance Ptciety JAS- P. T\I.IAFIKUO.: pay: ITijumi itt. It i.-> griraiite l to give j jpefftei : ; I .1
;. I price will increase us the quantity rviiist'.ic-tioii .'i'untled i : !! .-
; or r
(iinii man money : [
is increased for many years to couie. The Theutlook was never so promising lorprchibition .1 so. A. HEMniKsox, Frl 'e '_'." rentt>r box. For s.tle by. j I I i iAn : ; : !' 1 '1 t5*? .* ;ZL-; .: >- a
: only difficulty now is that the state docs as at this time. The temper E.J.:; Tin AY, ; | i j : -;/ s|

hut produce enough t to supply half a ance pe.'ple aie more united and determined M. H. MA BUY. ---- : 1! & S8 iia _JVCl'a..:

than ever before. The Mates that A. E \YiLi.\iti, oil man named: Xunmernmn Ins I j 1-
dozen, expectable factories. When we J. S. LEONARD. '0-i-ti f, ;ind living .iloi.e in a h>g shark ::Dji '

produce live other million pounds it will have prohibition either in their constitutions I,. IIocsTous. "*" near Ott.iwa. ( '.in. lit hits been living inHie \ I .

or by stalutory: legislation are F'> I sh-it-k for I thirty-six e.ir--. static irtlu-d. | !l Lu
be five to ten times easier to sell and at It F'. TAYI.OK, :! (\ ; .-.
thoroughly convinced of its beneficial M and hopsaho-il liUeatto m k'liigiro'j'ciiing -. u } :: ( I ;; .
hiT tatter pticcs, for then the competition i5. M'AUKMAS. -- - : ; --u
out i in tn-j I twilight like a wild :! z
and demni'd will increase. .Marion clTnts in lessening crime and mis-cry and L. B. WOMBWRI.L. S C.CiF'The :1 iS
county brast to iU I the air. '
chairman and s't-relary; of e-u-li I: ; F)
moralit <
lucrci.siiig happiness intelligence : ,
lixik the lirst nt the world's fair in '
prize eonveniiuu will confer l.tvor | ] i | ( '
County a -l
:c.v' York before the war. and she has }-, religion and wealth that they will not j I tin the Matt: C'u'mnui'ittt.t- .sending will-j uijuI The First Step. i I I l !i :i4sT. Vj VA

) much good laud adapted to the growth ofJobaci return to rum itile. All p'aces' t1itt have I t tin or | rinIt-il I pioceedii'gs'of i i their u-spcct-i IVilripson :are r"ii down, fin't oatean't t ;.: v w. :

piohibiloiy laws are enforcing them bettor j> ive C.Li\ entiour, held tor the purpose-of -1.vp; <'an't'liitiU. esii'i i'it) a'iytliinjj ) l
The main
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ares I to your siti-.t'11-iion. : you( wmii -
first, to avoid limebUne soil and cloy (on than ever before. Iowa, and Kansas j| to noniitnilitig-delegates L. WOMBWKLL.to state Cc lit Vetitloti, i tier \ hat ails I you. Vi Iii should h -ed t tlie :
S'y.
tilt, 4lriving the accuised traffic from their'territories. I \xtrning. you are tai lug the fir-t s' cu i ;
surface). Select lands where the water 'I'al lalitssee F! ) ;
is i & 1 j into You nt'U.I t ;, :; :
New Hampthiie and Maine, !i ___ nervous pioxtrition. aj i : .
Loft nij| the soil sandy loam ; bottom or I N'rviTein I'amid, i in ile--trr! I5ittors von j I I I : 1 1i !
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low land if not wet is the bctt. The seed arc having a great temperance levival. Our very Best People will tlnd the exaet: iuedv lor i .>stii-111-4 J i -.l 7-: 'j\j1

which means enforcement of the law. Confirm our statement when we say thatIr. j you-nervous s\stein 10 i its bc-.ilthy. ivr I [ 1 -,
bliotild be sown fioin January to the lust Acker's KtiKli.sli Ketm'dy ii in evry in-il condition, surprising results loll-.vv :ii'a! 5 ; ; --. .
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uf Match nud about 6.000 to 10,000 put to dome southern states that are now honeycomVed way superior to any and nil other preparations the tis.' nt this gILt X'rve 1"L1. jtuul < | ,. : I

with local option are calling for } for the I'hmii: and Lun s. In AlU-iative.: Your.apf> 'Ito rcfTTrnsf yo-tr : | I : j jl : -
If land !
nu acre. the i is inclined to be wet, i l ; \- ; :1't.7 -
if state constitutional prohibition. The Whooping Cough h and Cioup, it i is matjkj appetite rot ii rums, goml diiostiol i ; itrfHtored. : 1
plant mi a ridge luodciati-ly dry on a L----
and rolievHs at otuWe offer j
j you Hi aint ; lie hieiami.L kidneys resume ,
level surface, if diy, in a double furrow gteat state of Georgia which has over one !i samplo bottle free. Ueinember, this remjedvis he.ilihy) action. Tiya bottlti,]>ice 50 els, !* I

two or three inches deep. Use only stable htindiul counties out of a hundred and i ithiity sold under a positive Ki rantee.I at tlruggi'its. C ; !
barnyard or dorm stlc compost of muck! I S W. II. UIVKUS. .. >,

; and cottons. <;d mci 1 but! im lime or (Gsrniun si Yen under local option. i calling | Honest. Improvident Carlisle. i I I '! | f- I i f:1-Z

Uainit. us the latter nal37.fs! 75 JKT for a retuin to proJnbiiimi) in tanta.! The Quite SoIf ''I). know ; $ i
) ) oii the- real reason why Mr.Carlisle -
rent saline mutter which Prevents the spirit of the immoital Grady is lio\cting Dicer Swift, ol t the Denver Fiog, did didn't give I lie boys a binqui-t the j I -5 ;I :

; Jobacc.i! from biirniug. Don't be afraid [ not write the followiig., somebody else I .-. .:...:,.
over that: beautiful city and pleading for i night alter I his nomination ? a iegisatoiu'kul j !-_ -.-a' .iit e. -. .- CIIIISIIZIXIOIir.r
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of homed w01 n; or other jx-sts. they can did I ., .
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hile the of the it thu .f
w on subject senator- C cir
be prevented or removed. It will always the ilVel Iii i.V i-f the leprous turn power.Missouri "Oil t iu s.ir.ttutn! here alone j : .. aiI Ter1-
iiy ial and other hot contests. "Well, hecouldn't i I l I I ;:' a .
to r\ise ( uba tobacco and sunie Hmziliati is being lakt-n: by l-K-.il option I sit and wnit-h I the .
pay
falling VHUMT, :a Ho ril i it. I was told by or.e ol :; .- : =' :- ------'-- s1ni
i in lh'i Ida. One thousand pounds' j and icstiictivlas I I I ag..i nL the blighting' So sI'II. siVe when I the ni u hl winds moan.: his fiier.ci.s. and in a way that convinces 1 .1'

at .VI cent* per pound equals $500) to the I That I can he.n whiskus i : ; I
j Kil'H cuis-e. C'oiigiefis is moud by its my glow.j me uf its truth, t that when he readied
Merc; -VK() pounds alt 'J3 cents per pound isflt5 inemliiis ln heal to1 j I "And then I think i-l her whose bright Frank foil after the Beck funeral he had
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The lattt iu prohilniii-ii slates ( :
l.e Ihe
< ir. to
a ought "
per l Swttt face awaits me-I'm her slave; .j ji'st( .; cents in his pocket and that hedid'i't
minimum but the i tortnt'r is not ilte m..x- ( appoint :i committeo of inqiiiiy into the :: !| : -
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1 go out in the siormy iiigl.t.i have a cent more durin-r his i slay :
I *muiii. for Fhti ida wmppcis wt-rc qtmtcd I liqui traffic. (\iliftu..ia is in woik barbtr fur there. Thv.- for his 'hmeni [ I i;, : s- '-l liOdC llcer&
gauir.g: i ; my a sh-ive. expense Iq'murte'rs' ri, ('L' -- .. it ititn. Malri
lint week nt ft! mi'l lilies at $1 I per pound! I i 1 ( I '.,, .-,. -- ',- I. I q1
I and inoidc vtals tr."nt.nt.o1
j -Oil I'itv lilizzard. was borne by his friends '
prohibition tiir.ent d iiv. .
r- and the passage$ ot tlif McKinIcbill \\ ill MI every : Thej ( fi-i K Covinglon. and his lack of funds I : ;': ;- : \;, .. HF
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tive iu thfke piR-ej. V" oiida; toliaicnjrowcrs ( aiifoi tim IMi.t bl! s ; ()- ;.i go dnrity i isI !
a > Remarkable Cure in Milton Fla. was not an accident, but I (cause lie is just | : .
Shoul't M'lk the of the I failing into line \viih Modi S -
l11Ig t and'
county ,; .. F'i.t.-'lhii.s i Is to certify'that tint poor; besides the fact tir.it lie luis
tobacco feature of this bill.) 1 have -
with exjierinieiited t-vt-iy day atlil to ll.e numUr of IU tun- j I bayo I been afflicted \\ iLk Scrofula orr' been :ui honest congrcssnvm :and ani.is.-ed; : ; F : f5to

seed t\\i-ntthue Miiiiiusoft'ulnn 1 I I pciaiice voler The l.ijl stronghold of I illood poison fof u number I i>feiis: u >. The noweiltn. Like oilier great minds he I ? :
and
have
(hiscnrh-l ail except) ,|I (>rst phi.ici.tt's of Mobile and thiscityhaul has ro; Stilly idea of financiering, and I i i ? t t -V. ,,

the VueHn I and Manicciii-agua-nii'I : : fiom, | I the liquor power is hih lit'eace. This. i i. no\liiii could bo done lor me. I spends his s till'S! :is 1 it as U is due.- j : _, '. Ii. .. .-i.,. ., ic 1-amale the n< rti h and the ut tier from the ( I.- i.I 1 -n T ic..ie'i.ietc.etc.!
south .
ijpiovii'g i
by tad and figun.s that high idso took H 1-irgo quantity: of-. but 1 l.oubulle Commercial. r. ,
i I | I > .1. i H i **v< ll 'ne AunltfTJi -
I'etit-l Hio what is known : ; :; .
valley or iiy I the hci-.ice neither lscns the q i unity of hq- found no rcliefin anything i I took. Iy | | I k
Vui-lta Abiijodi-tiiLt liuibs were a mass VJ t uK-cr", and when'lwas [ '
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T:9;
The New Discovery. ;
F. U. MOOWK, uoi drauk nor the number of ci inn s coin- sent to a phxveiau in Mobile my ; '

|bike ('itv. Fla.An milted t t by il. but lo the coidtniy, ciime, body v as a nri'S; of >or-s. I bad giveti You 'h iv e tat beard k your about lends and Yon'mivyourself your ; : : iI
iici-jli' 01 s ug I I. |
all and l
up hope, as a <*st resort tried 1'.
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arrests and in'iM-iy iiicivaae iiiuU-r it I ;
And be outof I the many who know i
P. 1 (pricklnxlt, poke root .t ud potassium
A mentor F&&i ni. i: I '
aiinlher fact has been -1 that i in the Vioui yers' utI: l cxperieucejuut how good l\\ I '
: pruvct) ), anti after tieing four small size l I l
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A JackbiinviUc cuiio __ -
tiui. in a rcent a ibln it ii. If you have ever tried it, ( rrZT -
iiTies bottles ih hat t i
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with high licence thenis sores : eutirely tl'sappe- i
interview with a Tribune -s.tid !j inure evas- ed and voLt are one of its si.iuneh frionds. l-e- j ; l j : :: ; id bIno4
lepmtcr. 'v 'nrn
: my neiu-rul liealih was never bet ( .. .. P
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ii> and violation
| :i of lh<- lt1111fl in t-tn'if I tie! wonderfi'l thinuj about it is- -i r.iI ir.tjla-t.
) pro- ter than ..l I the time and __-- _
"IVihaps you aie aw are hat: alli iitms pipsC'nt people : I 1 1 [ j I : ;
j hibition eli iVs. In t\vi cit'u-.s in lkti usvlV. that know mo tliink it a wonderful euro.Respectfnliy. that v. bun once given a I riot. Dr. Kind'sNow i I
are gris%% lugrsrc'r.. nul cnnMqiunilvfearer. Tscierv! ever nfier holds a pUce ,
., Ia Ii nit70rt > KMZA: TODP.CUKI i *"
ft I Htk-ea **
tic t ) moie > -
(-iyiar.. Wh.it will, the ittI { >ics, I in l by bouse. I If you have tievpr used it | '
lnu vile places without I I licence, while 1 : YOUU cou.xs BY UMM ; and should h bo afllu-tC'l I with cou-ib, | I
inaml fi-oii) I the ( in I to trade, the stipjth .' 1)1 .01 t'4 1tot: hut ian torn; I'aiuf lor> cold Tliront ] '
Chest
or ;thy I.titig or trouble I
for lying pti II1I'V aiid hMcristi'l] a'l high Coins, Uuuions; iiid Warts, it i hcoirespondent e.tt. : : :
the taniurs and the gie.tl numUruseh gi mviir1 a liottlo t\t once and I gi ive it a i ,
j I licence ('I I It.. ThiMfacts an-i t to I the : i i
open --- ;;;;;;
killed fair trial It Is giuni ;mii oed every tim*', or j jmoney -
>!-1y by he s.iuii.uistire | --
tii; Z'iiien. public cvciy day Tho tide of public opinion 'fdtulitsse, I in Savannah relundod. Trial bottles fiee ti I I) : i I : t t 6 1 ,, l.&r'. I , iuriui too..,. ,o.t
c-.i ': k' t'
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being rapidly vsleiminutedv sitting to\\aid prohibition News Lakeland ,, .
every : Park stock farm, ofwhich
\\ pay fifty ji-r rent more for 'gators I uby stronger and stronger. 1t41 the lie fl Senator Patrick Houston is propiietor. .. I -- i -.
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alive or deaid$ nov than we did live 3 eat dies hard ; the question is tlnust' into doing quite nut extttiMvc business The followine; aie Interesting figures : I j i I '-- '

I every home and prayer and social tt-lalion I in blooded horses, raised he< e. Some I In 1S88 I the United Slates paid i iu pensions ; "-1 rc iX f "
4igo. and at the pu-K-nt rate t f It.'reIsethey { and church and i'stnof to-day. Aie you Savannah parties hate recently I : ? -
I puichiised"Stonewall tt.ss: 508 In 18-M). i8G24.7y. The 1 js .: ,vti
will liecomf a luxury for the lich[ | tot home against the saloon, or for the Jackson,"' a tine two year old ( fst id f t the German army for i this year is ; --4-v ._ .. .-; !

only" i saloon against Ii i inn'I'here is not room colt, for !?300, and Governor 1'eiry." a estimated at $J1J6.2&3.: In addition to s i. .
1 for both in the Mime hrart theie is nol and five old i: isisesBssssitLSPPAAN = -
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pretty spirited gt-Kling. t'CO.000. Before -
What do you t.i do about it year pensions our army costs 30.
propose room for both i in the Given i i:;.
game toiintry. for *00. A citizen of this county paid the adjournment: of the present cong- Proprietors,
and bow are to the th's home with i | : ; WIWX.E;;.:. rOISTS.Coit
you g.ting slop murder our child ren the saloon *oOO for "Grover Cleveland two
a yearo'd. ress these figures will be largely increased i '
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of the innocent*" must go. These siles. at such good prices, me : S S 4_ .. .-- -.svAv x-;.... .:>.,r.i'c. C.A.

Just iu this va3'. I wunt to suggest cool xc\vs. quite encouraging to the stockmen and it F)1) SALE. ; 'j'i : :y : 'I,;
It is said the whole ticket I .
temperance is. probable; th.it otjjer parlies will engageextensively !
to SniDe ciittrprising iititens t.t purchase in Atlanta. 111. viI5 elected on Match 17. in the\biis.iness. Good s.iles Valuable: ORANGE GROVE on j ; -

ttpnii ot healthy alligators and sLal t a except aldei nun of the first ward, which are also being made of fine Jersey mitch: good tel-ms. : : i
will close the saloons In thst | : 2- : i--- c'-: '
_ tireeding tarm in or near Jacksonville. city. Turn- cow s. T.'IOS.! E. 15UGG.novUS : _

The iuventmciit <>f a few bundled dollars is great rejoicing among the U-n-peianco --- -- Starke Kla. : > i
people there ant well I there should be ; A Great I'lutcrtakliic. .

this way will yield a profit of 200 per it is a God-given blessing. Onwaid speedthe The board of manage-is. in their reportto !

- cent. as Mire as you are born left.rmatioii'! I Holu highour heads, tin American: Bible society, called attention t- Notice. i ? : !: .i'm --c

S "The It-male alligator lays 200 eggs at a ye lights of the woild and advocates ofI to the "Woik for tliu Fuluic.." Allju-rson-* imlebte-l to the estate of John B ; : : _
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bitting. The sun hatches; tlien. and 93 I prosperity and human happiness! and emphasized I importance i of supplying settle Loonier th-art-" eaniian.l boreltv notifleil nil persons to come having forward claims au<.l j f r --t-- .. -'-j '

per cent produce alligators. At U months j| U. It. A. every child! who c.m read with a against the sail estate are required to present i -

old the Joung 'gator is worth 50 cents, MI j| ___ Bible of its'own.. especially for Sundayschool tin-in, duly authen-icattsl. within the time reiquired l i >: -

here you l..ne J1UO. I I"To Just us suie nsli'twe.ttlier come use This was: cordi.tllv indorsed by law. or his r.otice will be pli-.ul in bar
there will l I.e of this notice will be plead in bar of tlie'r
moroor less l owel recovery. !
$It-ar the reptiles for the SMke | eoni1 the societv at its annual
young 1 dy ; meeting. May' 1>. L. M.VAREZ,
of thfir skins wouM be even more prolHnblf. I plaint in thU -jt-t Iii Lv. Kverv: peisoo, 8. 1S90. Sbeiiaiit | : J!

Nicely Ui.m-d hides fetch gixidprU'i i! and reliable especially ini>.lfcne| i unilies at h ind, ought for instant to have use a It i is estimated that I iheu- arc over tight June 20. !S'i). Ev offlcio launistrator.. ;j I

nud ate eagerly sought lot all million childii I in the F
purposes iu
eano it i js needed. .
A 25 5') --l4itI&
or to nt .
bot Sheriff's : .1s
Sale. -
tor which tine k-alht-is me i t"qui ret'. ]I jil-t of Chaiaberl-iin's I tiI i. Cholera and throughout the United St.ites. .Many l of; ,' .--'4. ,.k.17't ,. ... ., tu..: ;

- .. "Ves. ir. 1 honet-tly believe that two {;' liiarrlutti ICeim-dy is jns.t what: you these ate doiibtle.ss ahead supplied with] l TJXDERXl) KY VtUTUE OF AN EXECTJ- t ; : r. '- a i ,.,t .- !75::. M. ;
or three thoiisiiid thillais could be cleared L, tinn is ut-vl out rif the Circuit Court, Fourth iJL'L -.' '
i oiiulit to tiave and all I thet von Would bibles but it i is safe I lo sty that there ate i.- -.ordj
.Tii-lit-hil circuit of Floi ida in
and for Bradf rd .
the first >-ar from nn iiivextitient of a few need even for Mm most bevere and tl.in- severa. millions! \\hn do not possess the County, la a t-aus-wht-re-.n Henry Jiinhart, Isaac | i : : ; : : :: '.,:_e-'ii a.iT',! .; .-: '": raja
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hundred dollars." geious oase li i is th l.e.st. the most ieii i .sii ted book- This elite! 1t1'jse CullS! for i I.eI N ri hart. Saiuut-l Miuhart and Eli-i A. i iI i---- ;_. T r .'!s-, >,- :,. .'< : X.tne'* ,
"\\ouldiftone alligator breeder block i liable and ino-t Mussl'ul treat incut ant! aetix-c co-opetati-m of Clni.sy I \\'ils! weie jiltintiff and Virgil KclwanH i P. 1Lic : "fj-
jeaiUHst '1' .
I ilfft-mtanr. I have levied "_ r- *""- ""
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known and was upon an I will ill j f "T -
the is
maike'V"Xot :
pleas.int to take. Sold I run school I
i pii i ellis, Sunday; superi then- I at pulili'uiKtmn I ont -K .-
at all. The K-mapd would always W. ll.lthers. dents and teaclit is* t MONDAY. THF 4111 DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. xJ :
a ifitrif.fr47 . ._ ,
_ rxcced the supply. Then, ptrhaps you 1 No doubt in response to this appeal, | 189'). -.< -i. "' -:'. r.
,lt.e aware that I bet C is good t-at'ii I iu the The First Symptorns of Death"i many p-tienls: i who have neglected thisduly" the C'ourt same 11.51st-bt-injr tbeTown a legal Starke s-ile day.,in front said of the : i T A**_. lt Sr -.< t f>.,- x, 1 -
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alligator Oh. you need not turn uriioht i Tired fetlmpdull hea-Urhe. paiiih in.3ttI'itI.4 will hair coun- S(1.r. l!.:..DA.;' ..,--.I,
up y I supply I own children, amidthe I tv if iradfi: >rd.t -twen the lezal hours of sate Sr-k-t '
I nssuie you that propcily cjok -diilligalor 1 parts of the l dy, sinking, at tlu Sunday sthooia which hare the intMtis | the, following described property lifluns'nj to j : :- S.c-.nc, Coti ,,, :LSir.'T= -. ) :: ', feJVTfa
t-ttak is a luxury." pit of tlii'stuiiiafli, lo-..>> of ajipetito, leverishness i will see that scholar has the ofa said defe Jant. siniate-l. Iviii/ and beinc tu the I Lr.J. ItG.t. j; -
gill \ r.FT''i
I every said Conn of -
pimples or Mires are all I positive i j y liradford. to-nit: Souittieastjuarter : !ce w.
.sTcuir.s '
Bible. But this will I Mill leave .
evidence l x greatLitany ( soiithwt-st qnarfera d the southwest) I .e. u. -
of b'ou-id. No .
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Cotton Culture In Itinisla, poisonc matter ol the snutheast t''ni. 'UrLiv rT'rv.O o, :i .'1i
lirtw it became I who can: only be supplied Lthe | iimrter| quarter section twentyj j h__ .
polsoiieil it MIST be pnriI .U.iit. 1S.V.- :-. .. .,. I
Tin-_ south had better I look to I her lauic's I I tit-d to avoid death. Dr. Aeker's KnjrlishlUood I t IKMH'licence of t this"great society and : east nine (eo*)) tainiiix township rghtv five acres.south more of range or less.twenilb Said,- | !:ot trL':. ., .-. .j c rtainly wait

Uk u tion-grti ing tcgion. Italia i ii1ii1ii'g is Klixir i b-i: NKVIK: failed to liunu'ruus a u x it iii I it-s. |To enable them to l.iii.U M.ld tosatisty said exccu>i> n. Tet's ct h Pt co i., cot ... .,'

huge art-UN with Cotton K-i-d fiom leinovoserot'iil'Mis or nypl I ilitio accomplish a woik of such magnitude: will[ pi tctu er pavii for titles. IVi'in-ity pointeu 1 : Sa.rao gie: \j "ri i-.j' ,
s.m.l under positive gu.nautee t b v rcquiri incrca>ed gifls to the purest SOC- out by plaintiff attorney. t tD. -'
t'ie suit'Iii I iu p'Ittc<. C t.t *ju.i unities of 4 W. H. Uivm- idly and its auxiliaries. L. ALV.INEZ, '
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BEDFORD COUNTY TEIEGRPH.IFla. i County held in 1 -
,-* I CoUrt regular sea1sion Mr. F. J. Fields Ins: a knack of Jwlui Henry Darby y .'IarrIed

; I =: .' --rStLrke- .. ; on Thursday.Mr. : laisiiiic. the 'l'I.JC. *t IrN'i' potatoes I ji Difd at the resident! of Dr. J. L C..i.ILil.'..' At thf ri"Mittrx, <>f tFi" btiii': t'ln..t.:

'-o. 1L (L AL'rABmz I June =''= \\'. K.: lJt.nnbtt.nf Highland, i' 'His yieldva.s; excellent. Great ";n Mniiison n'- -i:ue In this! ci:,. rIm Siiui-j: M[1'. J B. Fltni.t. in Hu'hlant! Rt'I.I..
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.- t.-: : I I'- ., ? 1890. was in the city Thursday.Messrs. l money can be midu! in potatoes if 'l"lil y 'veiiiajc. "f typhoM fcv r. ute112H f.; Vvjars. !Kk-U.ur.acr.iim! ; :. Mr. R I.. Cherry,
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the lie died sutruiindcii t LH father. Mis '
T. price.are good. ; by ,? tLiott.r I > Iihl.: Floi.nt!
A. Knight and J. ). I
.-. t:,. '. I Local affairs. Alvarez are in Tampa) this! week. j II Truby Jk Davis have: a lot cf samI :!
vviihout a strug K'. "Pum.: iftl.fw.itfuniili.irty lu weil-t! k- j'lniHu.f! ml ..11.
J :;
:\
Milk
la shakes! at MeacnainV. pies of phosphate that are supposed .
II" : j II. \\ Mabry, of Ore?1Cona, ,I be : ciiied 1hi.Ii tnt'nds.ZI.! -* taken ITvrt iur nnd huppv il n. you

I"i" DELA.LEtR IN" A full ''ine of }paints ana oifo at was in JStarkc this week visiting to of the very Highest jrade. ,! down With tjphoid fevir mi t\ estnt-'diy.! A nit ever- be the_sim. ,-
--
They own 40 acre Santa
on
;
Vuly| Sternlmrg & C'
f I. Lemonadet futn!1, .Vitotil lint |IJr.y oivM'i littler rttcoiitmet -
ll. and
I only J.icksonville bones
year in : : can plainly I ..dt :i Pl'lIpf irtar> inruu-iin. till lot
Ip.IJp I Mcaiham's.( is the TI'l\'t ler!. Hate I be seen. ,, form and skilled mediod aviistHt.ie could:' knows of ir- "...11 tjijh. it.. mill .nprf.> -

[ Summer gooiU at reduced prices a day. tf'I I J i I not check the mail course of the! raging c'fever. ' 0Ii I it I| When tobacco raising Incomes : UollI'uth\uitt'. I v. M.iritlli. ... .. :
:
5"I Trnliy, till'rIIl'lIrCo.. I \ValterVills ill Fit! ida Jot.! ii Hecry Darby was U'ti. ut ".\I.w; IlItIItr'r' vim toy !.. ru'n<-.,
o..i" I 1.001II ERE-Wills & Owens contemplates a trip common )1 the state will i Trail IiJ{ ::
M L L 1 'N II YIN 4 I will I sell to the mountains uf North Carolina! emeige fiom tile transition period, i i j ofvIut.l.e ; tSiDQ. hilt tin olher di'.d wl t9-J .(.ir.- ii*. I have |I.M". ri'." 'n in n, nv. ra.f"of
you anthing need) inI
i.IJp I the yon 1I I this summer.j i iI I it still remainsnd{ settle'V I poricr.it 5.1..I.ilit.T1t I i'.;.irknlnre %*.
i way of -o| ung lie umvii! with his pnn-i.i-.io
i groceries j Iti .
I I Ilro\'il'ioll", squarely down to IJlI"ucIt: i's 1.tcr0 I ii otio-i! :i .ixc .I u>qi.I.l'| i I rI
() p"p I confectionery., bin-nits, He."I'artidos" I j' Truby, Steinburg & Co. are hauling !i I I now time to with ;, m arke and -le-kUd I.ete ever Mine iI :. It.\ e&' with no "II.| .*r ,..rl.| ..r!..,Jiiloirii -
experimenting ., .
brick for their i j '.ttti uttiit.: t It l I':i> il nitun
I ciirnrs new brick ware i i I troing :away nt times (I'llt atv.I iv s nfuri.in : prov
II at bouc i i peri-liable: pioilncts! which nrich i rliltit j for it in inv l h..o.U niul li... iHHikp

r.an I 1I.,ih' gtmRieliard._ building. :J JMrs. (.thH and impoveri>h lJur cl\'l'.-. If to 1:1I,1\l. its his l.onir 1'10111"'I.A j "-rf"..ily *...jr.U.I..r... if. I. \Vt'.sr. M. .

lie I.Take your-girl to )Iltcham'UI' a I DeJIart and Mrs. Thomas'I'i i i we have tobacco, we can keep it till j 1 gtnlf1Ilritc ; I..- u.-i-teo>{ r-itc in ah f'ui',.*'- sold L r. \Vs-'or Is.a.r'fl *,4 CH liH.i% i'f T.,-

- THE LATEST NEW YORK AND 'cool) temperance i .1 i.i uk.hargaiuus left Thursday for Hoston, there topend it will sell at a nuod profit. things, always gentle and kind; nothing ouudollir l.yV..i bottle.Tin .! I II.. I.r..t o" >;t* :iuil!

--- I i but praise has been Mid of t lIl'!
lew voting
: i a months. ;. j :
I ill Iadic.s'
: .
and misses'low !
Read .
PARISIAN STYLES. i shot's our article on tobacco thisjniweek. i iii. lie leaves a f; lhcr.! Co.oi; .1 | ; New- Capitol siji thut' Prrsuli-nt
at Law ley and Hampton have rail- It wiitten l Hngrriof th? 1"rll1t'I'lh.UJ't 111&4
I I I } was by a pracii- Darby. three brothers amid f.ur Mstcrs to'S ile-
II I IVniiy,_Stern1)iirg & Co. I road competition. Staike pa\.s whatever : cat tobacco planter! and! is, encour- tided to have lite Xiiliomil! F.irmtrV.
I uiourn his Idas. Tlie funeral service-* were li.mcf meet iu ()e.ui.t this
winter
All in :,"nu'll
j kiiisl0f temperance diinks at rate is demanded.: Ii I aging in many ru-pecls, especially i i |held( at Dr. Gaskin*' ic"ideiiue on Mviul} fo"Vrnti'ti. nml! thai tliii deci'-iou! wabrouuht 't

-'n McacIi.-imX! : PPItC? post office. Staike needs antI must have, an''JI i i iJ i \ the assertion that jll:such land i a
*. A (Great Display of SILKS, LACKS: IIIISKOVS) and OliN_A- New :t ;wht:1t -- I artesian well. No gieuter improvement --i as iiradford county is mostlv comV: |: ufler which the icrnuiu; \\ i fir buried ,nI.le. Uinla to give |.),1)(11( unit lfi(- ciii/i-ns \
ii. of is the LJl't. |f Ocal-i $j.lJcln< mor. Io ilc-frav nit theev'e.zmty
t 1'111. ;
Trnl pj-cd tohacco.Ve
JESTS, Bangle Bracelets, Hair Hands and Hair OI'IHllllentoi'1 >y, Sternlmrg & Co. I I! could !possibly be made. j Jin i C'rosby iec.eU-iy. The tioial: dccoiain; cxpeu'ses" U'hetJ? ; lh.r Naliomil

' P'P : Styles to numerous to mention. I TAKE NO riCK; Wills\; Owens !I FOR SALE. ;j! hope tho-e who till our soil: will try \! tlousi were beautiful and thechoicesi lo Uj l'armcn.IIi.l1lc I I ('. in srssioti .ii 5>t I.OHIH,

' I j keep a Jim dandy lock of groceries A good family some tobacco next spring. % i j j jAn isa,1. Amoujj them weir Ihrte lovely .M I" Zi. I). Lvinlx IMI. ll fijouned. if .u 'io7 i I I horse cheap for cash, or on long time I, tw meet in Jiic-ksotivUlrj in D li-i ember.!
I IJlambur etc. with good security. Iliijojablc Oecaaioi j I crosses. a'star. an anchor and u gie.it: {ISo; .J ,rk>':vm.! '.
Swiss Embroideries I Plain Apply at oi.ce 'Jwt'vt'r. Ii>i4 tnkit -:.
id S and: Embroidered) Hemstitched Nice I 'I On S.ilnrduv l-ist: lie Upisct:pal Sunday] ,
' ; : new huggies for sale! by at this office. : m.school Elly bouquets., t <<> >le;"' to r"i.u the fund necrSMir tI "
111.
I Suits, Le.io( Skirtings and Van I Dvke Liees ( meeIm's Lawn, 1 N. .J. .J ollt' | I give a picnic to those who wruld I I I -71 Ukt- -- lu---Jail.- I pay, the evi'Ciixe, "f ih- convfiition. mind

. India-Linen Checked and Ham Rev.. F. Shands has been granted join their bund.iy school and to tl.i'bc i Stay (OCI j jt '. seem'* to !I.: snmihrnk I
- L-ice-Striped: Lawn andNainsooks I *, .shoulder.-, sausage, butter, i t TALI..\II.s'.SEI' :. FLA.. June Itf i -I In the-
'P cliee-e a leave of absence, and lli s }pulpit !- children who were without a uvular Sun-
'P Solid 1 and 1 I FancvStriiiedSaitiir. ) etc., just received'by j case ot B. A. Thrasher: plaintiff in error Qualified.
' I will be filled by Rev. Tlioma, day; Mrhool. Two l.g mule teams and big i "I undtrMand xud A l hfrIlIStJIII .
Wills & Owens. the of I J "11';
'at j vs. Mate Florida defendant in
'ftft tecim.Freflt'1 -. er- [
> I Gt'(). Scott and others. woman the ,
Straw i wagons full ot happy children besides.E I j enteiinjr ( .ri..liuum -t. "ifi.t I
II'ft hats cheaper: than ever at I or.| from Judge Fi nicy's court at I Jaines-i 1
' ; Ueal ani 1 Linea !' sevetal left you employ;) only girUml' that you anin
private town
; : carriages early
Chambrays Miss
Clara
Xun's-Yeilin, Truby, Sternbnri: & Co. Darby returned from vi] lte, the tuprerne court has n-i.den.-tl k need' .f a forewom '

Henriettas, Siilc-I'aml-Suilings, ci e. etc. Ilave yon tried Svveet Home flour? New York, where the has been attending i I for KinjTsl'-y like. On arriving at the'cuirci 'I jdicision i Mi'jiiiir.ing' the miiutr of Judjji1! :! "Y .s ." n-phed the priwlcr.uiuke "l'lill Hilt

school to attend the funeral landing, as i it !h talied.! s\\ lI I ,1' upa font*?"
The sales Fiulry! that ihe ciumn-tiiiiccs) !ItI.WU"i
The Diiie are increasing every day. I and iinmocks i & ;: i i I "Ju-t look nt me nnd! -h.| .
Largest of services of her Lro bl'. ; w. re en cli-d ni d two russ .t stf IUI'f" '
The best trade i the killing ot Louis Wiikuvski! I I 15.
1 It ntes it. For sale by boats j l.y j: ui d. turning hcrvlf n.urul)
touisd and
Lancaster, Saccarappa: and :Ameoskag Ginghams; ever i rought South.: A I J Heiberger & Richard Mr. J. G. Alvarez has much improved -I I j The vvtic children m rently vvuc .lI..II'J\\4"ll w.iiiing: a batii. i I.Thrasher l did n U ju-mfy :lam in .lllmiu jui ; SI.e VVM- t'II2'.tI'e-B/I- C "urier.cnl.t .

bcaatifni Mm of CHALLIES at S cents FIGURED flab\ from $_' his store building with ai i I the 'rit.nr tu bad. Argu.uenU: iu tin- '-
:2 a yard ; L.lI1d carriages .50 to *20 :and tl.t-ir ditiiit-r: cunipostd of t-andvvichi-! i'i i I I ) !: CapitoL The I>'in iielton Phovpli
n. ORGAN 1)1 E. at Truby' Stcr'iburg; & Co. coat of paint. Thin l is now the hand-i! : Case Were lieard here last Tuesday, .'t Uor it-- (-'11I.11I) h.ive otdirid a dredge of
chicken, ickkcuke ti'id ofj
or j We have, a stock ofgoods somest store in the city. ; {' any amount ;l: lie S's Ashhy soul Taylor of t G'Uiieovilk ., 'lt.,>:--. D.mu .Tliompsf.ji. Hull. Kng: !:,n.!I.i I.
THE COJIl'LETEST LlXK (> !J'Chihh'1l9S complete j I knllc'II.Ii.I't.l was [prepared. It {?r'w It v< ill cost
, about $t.W(> laid
} in The city council mean'business I: appearing; i iu behalf of the [prisoner allll't i down at
Misses and I i.\ cry department hverybndy seem to J cloudy! and! (,>oi I uiiil I the altcinoou S j 1 Dunncloii. Tinboat whic-h the
( I.adit'Hosc ever offered to the trade 'j! Alton FiaA'e "l'uU
be about I :vy and .tit'ristv-Gtiierii t 1
ran: suited in the .
an repaid to price cleaning up town. I[ only loo short. "t lr. I'.irKcr.f Gnii; .'. ilrcitp'f !is lt be- uiDUi.ted; will mon'iie IUd

. in Stark: L.11it.HiLIJ.l} UndentMs in every style. Parasols. I. and (|IluIt; V. ( ;She j liS a call before Will they ever mean business about! i-it!it't.:e.l iud made the dlilrcua ., Lamar in -iiaf! of the I tss It'v long by 20 feet beam usual together

* Fan Gloves' etc. Brown; and Uleached; Cotttm, Table Linein, purchasing an.l let us convince you fixing III; the sidewalks? j little! The tluMrcn: I MUST sPray 1N J.V11.. ':: itit otiui expeiiMhe whole dredj'iojc
pica.n.t spcicli nle oullit will c-sl ustsut if[II>. HH>. Th mach-
that ; :
l'L..Jur.
> GAIM.HVILI.K.
} I Jjl"llIkr
P xu business !
l'II Napkins) Dolit"Towels I and Towel Crash, Summer Jeans and will .save mean: and can and Jnliit Kaclu-lhofer left Wednes-1.I.up![ \\hit w.i-i il.'tl..r diii tier nuii il.irlt-il I' i:I (|I' C.'iU5i. of the u pu cute !lonit hi.iideil I ,i I IIMU I l so be lundle'l! by tOUt. man sunsEt

III 'I'ICottollllh's. you tumniev.'l'i'ulV day for IJutte City, Montana, to for home. iiii.vL I I ; g !.ne ..t ul<<>ut .1 ,'dlk., '{i d lnvvn in the Thrasher C.I,('. ihe only : will hive It CMpac-ily of removing 4U<) ton
! : Sternbuig & Co. I ,, tie r l'-'V' of pho-ipliaie rock from the! river.j .
meet his. father. I He will probably': I tiud.: 1'lIllI!' what a -rood tim el: 31 net: 1, i[, fnuise' now open i. for the : ti, '
LA.llGES'l'XD BEST STOCK OF Sodawatcr: ; milk Jiakcs kcrelit ) the piioMer iu jI lIIJlilll.\t I DecJ
'I. SHOESIN etc., atWills return by fall for his dearey. I b due MesM JJarkir. HeUiergtr i' eel I j i For s.i\ y .5515 Clncoha: Wn jenrchin
J ember. AI tbat time Ihe case \\/II.r..I.|
& Owen { for,
TIIK: CITY. Our people do not want :wuth..1 I arllll! \' -, and otheifor I their ,.ffultllfJ 1 I 111JIcOIIIe: lo tiial. fur alt infurnrihiu- : with ui firiuljoner TIIf.mc..l.* N I peculiar abhorrence in
KOK thnl
I t\. -E:A""tii t..t cla!s roundtrip railroad to Starke. If they did i'Ie"oo! I the cli lid m en, abu t" 31 Ir. Frank !; the srljxjtI ind'Ctmenl! wilt not ilfect the ', ti iiinl .In! ; eu'inf )-

Every one }pleased and fitted. \r l' arc sole -igents for the wodd.l'I'uu\\ 11 ell I ticket to New Yoikia Mallory, now make an effort tor, theywould the I C'arpi-iitcr of King-ley." hii> kin-lnea-i.'i j I I ClI i'e. tor Ihe ni-.xl grand jury limit of development.j l'rl..nt The* last iitllcully capital n execution no new

) ine.. I is onr"e bihig.mi iinlicinieiit! f<>r mitts"I SteE! S
steamship -
V ] Applyatthis office. occurred in 1 1ot 81. also after wait
M .IS Q W ShOl\. Western road to here. long fur
l.l.tll O O .J S-l come : ('rt vi 1'izatil. j mig:tiii-t 1 hra"her. The probn; ility: of n 1
.
I iinliviilu.il
:
We Irive Iale..t art \\ h.> was willing u,
perform
: and mo>tcomplete I The rtlnlivii uf I.I'C.J. II. t'iil I si ''hened !I.
the Jahy speedy l I.> rengi > Ijir fait 1 it j. .\
I t line of Mr. N. J. Jones is soon to be<_ ill I lUau iLiiiiol Mc!>;uitr.11.. hot:
A FINE LINE O"f CLOTHING GENTS'FURNISIHNU summer dress goods I Hi i.at tie privin IDU-.I remain ill j 1/1111 1
the take his rnithod tu expret* their ruiitudito [killedhu wife$ ollored !. serve- Ihv.ife
ever offered I for sale in this erection of a handsome brickresidence the fUI .*Sits isi.e; had tie been aiiiit: iiI 1.. .
city. tlnir fru-udi for : ; i"ceculi"iier for a p-mlnn. !
lisa Iis- and I' a'lItluH.
8-: t.u.ce -
(GOODS) ) Trunks and Yllh: {.. Sad.lles hulks., I I'riris lower than ever. on his corner lot on Madison j i bail. I.i. COIIII..d! might live b<:\.n 1'11.1,1:,1 1 j l..i i 11.-i! M-\V-III I.TI II UM 01.| rei-. thencciimuUiiiit.n :
kiudiA'-a to tiicin in I.b s'lckm; s aid 1 1 t' have Ih "! fiom ;
I ) and Walnut streets.i1iIr. i C; i-e pnl tiiiit: li> IIIIKiniltfinitely. -
Harness .-the bestVool ('011:11': always on hand. i Trilby, Stcrnburjr & Co. death. TLra-htr has Im-j in _o..l of live vea-V lU-uiii of rxt-cuti..r
I 'jIt l hirtat.
I i ; II. now; 111I11I1r!
i riMiiw.iitiniiIiepfi
TOP ANDTIIkTf'i7itVIlls T. A. Knight has purchased: --- -- -- "l'iril" :III g' loti tll'"I:: Ult I" 115j4 liull' .
V.tNCY ( Rtfl' Ih1 ES AM PKOVIS10XS of all kin.l-s HARD- I Hradturd >Hlly Ki .Ali :.. .tI..1! ileveit olherhi i. thure.
0\\ half interest the liH1'11I1..illl.sol Count) Guard was not: learneit 10f.II.! how 'I.e .- '
1& l'n"t'11 yroceiies as cheap :as / in t. \\ hoot, of (, is-. 1 all ilL I
'II..V \\ U't t lulIIdr
\VABE and Farmin.i Tilt and (Jla \ Furniture : Tl.t-c ytntltliitn lontliiiie to Iii iil.! The: alcclltlllill1.-1 illll -l"II I.u.I't. E ie :
Iinplcniejits Crcckcry s an'
,
i :m nv hou>e in the eity.I of L. G. Cone, of Tampa: The new ? r t'alh-r! : fh : h-ituli! I.f..1 p.iriN>ti.-.I:
nnd Stoves also sole for the celelnated "LOVE" iii git air is otlt-n tilt.l! \\ jib diu'i>l'0ats '1-VI4MH i.ni.-il I :' I.is. '
% agents SEWING Prayer q,; [': with firm will make extensive improvement Cull flatter .ui I AlheniulM-t I ; ins -
: I.T -( notes 55 HI.d l conin.aiids, until Lite hour 'Iht- vi i u ln-i'. iilti-riil.-d. $ Jir.
a : to f. lIu.1 thfit ihf
LCII1NEurks button !holes, 'taWS on buttons: and duos! kind I c emit.Vithout ?. 1'iovideLce, Fla.. .1.lui.i14 1MM! ,
every notes -o cents at 'niioiirr I
hall l over tie IiVtry Liljle; will sm.nl-e- t'\" < ,1.all.lI'.: on u min-of-W4r

of Fancv work) all for the same nrice(' as other miuhincs. Morgan'-. Mr. Chas. NichoN! of Philallt.I-1 re adv f'.r ilnir 'Ihetcuiil : Your com'pondri.1 I.a- sj I.u.t in-p.--! t.' for ,i \I\.t-.'f,- II I'."' in*: t ....r.' ,l"ppmg!

rec-fti.sLi.[ ) week in tIe Ft.11 neii'hl"th"oil. a I.w I."-re arid t\I.ettfur .. journey I.. ttiirr-
Wills & (Outn will give phia is looking after his interests in I imv
I 1
a
you conniv-ii I hiui ; this hnl! *
i.trs as an nr .
I I.t.k of ; '' r town iiiednig$ J.H st-ivieeo.
t C2T: ICE COLt; ) KUTTEIl AND CHEESE nice with : this nn-
of owns
3 present every pound a great Hrn I ,orv. !', : I.it4. : i; 11'among ..'III'ltJ."i..il.I :: i U |II. national detesUtion
I Irgh : parkssi
eJhe ':' von buv. of ,I the of i ( ; ii.utimg'brook
near I Jut.Il..t.'lhlll'r
-
pioperty growing city i Hal even on the
._ __ '"'111.1.1.Io.u -
I 'rtL537c4)
.I' )Ir. F. A.h lie** J Hampton.Pleasure. i Urndturd' 1.'ar"Itr. -. hill I side springs of (poni' >1sj| \a- : l;r.'tUe'f fromutue
GOODS practical tinner
BEST
the a !
for least r
MONEY! ,
Always I i
)[ Lhlirfrom :. Minn hut ,. .
.1\.1 .II. i ter and 1'IaHt.I''n-s hiu.druN! acii : ti ,.*,"..Ull.l I hy' Itll"! 'irciv I I.b tx-irtg
.._.... ._ \\ ill 11(' in Starke Saturday to 'put
-" ,- ,-, -- every excursion- Ki II( rlakentc ul cli.u.t-&t over j )'J icri tIt c-holce! ; !nd. j i one is reminded'! of hio!.l home in th- in an iron ('9g.Music "'

'\. WAN T S OF j do work in Ills line. Ordeis can be l becoming moie and moie I uIJltrl.jJ,1ilh pho..rmt11"11! : till G. I'; noithern vvts-tern .t.itrs 1 1ft-... -niriii" Wherever
l She .
left with Trnbv Goes.Hi
Sternburg t & C .
1 j () popular. A lay l'OUIIIIIJt! be' spent: .S. A: F. cro-M-s New iiv r Mr Killers: ': i'; tlwill .(. grfit proves I,! Iiii kfiry aii'I !!wdvi I .r ilu-. ii I irni.iiifilvi.(, .111.-.. l It

1J J i \\ e wish i to clo-.' out our stock of I mOl pleasantlv than at Kingslev ctte! it c.u\! of I'Ot':1.; li-'i.-i !tEl; .i 4 lii 0..k> 'fIJf.: !.(. liud I Fh rid/t'i. .,.It-. I 11.1' f.iKiinxl with )la"11 button. tiUUriiybl;

TRUBY 8TiRriBUftG AND ti01 para-iil- and sun-hades and sell them 1 I ak e. Mute on this: iilitt! and divide it up into I; uoblc! yellow! Iii tIC. Ix-siife- alII I lh*>: Ylt ri<-I y I II.t dm, ". in.1: tittl ret of Un:u lu u ;
at i'o.-t for the next50() Ihy Ladie-, y I.liecs 1..Of two Inii'K -.He ,.f I ih -n ik ami! nu-
l let not this chance slip by. {01. John<, of New river, one of: tobacco fat misS. 11, i i. a strong bitvcr! in i j jll '; of pCMiliar to tlii r'-gion AIKOHIJ'O: ft llu- >ki'l.i ,1llt. .- aorde.i pf..it .cl;

Trnl.ftt'rnbllT" it Co. Bradford county's noble ansi genial .ICLO. nnd H cli-arly of the piuiou li.al'j'BnulIIloi : j such men as Hmi. I 1. ). William l: H..I(, ;M I II!-r h.iir i i. liol \\ ;ii 3. .1 'uu *iri'c rihl.,.

farmer, was on our streets l.\.t. i! 1 (''ut.ty ii the place: to I I .\- Clyatt. I.. IJ Drc-s. N G. '!izU.!! II : and Is..r ilit., w.i-, si-v\-.l I ,.i.s' >ir,:cr .n+.
-
-- '-J-- Of- : -- The I:1lii softbl' ). E. chinch I eIIot.
Tuesday, looking as good-naturtd I j Mr. Klileis': opir.iou U of great valme. ilil i;t.V. H".dg-*. Gus I.iddou. tiie J! ,!!.:\! i|
will!
hold their ice cream festival in and happy as n-ual. *he has t .sited ..I'l'r' 11.1. as s ill i |Urotherand! 1lu4- ,
i j a nianv othr! whom I couM! I f.ra"2' ri>'i> of 4ontbfrr> C.eHr"'h
Mr. Rivers'
brick Tucs-j .

, They want to sell joti yonr (.roccrics Provisions, Flour, day afternoon and store evening every until i j lIon. Rogers state president ofj I. I 1 1: judsre other stalenri.l of luloeatioa.' I.e .!, fully lirudford contj[ etiit count, to: 'I n'ilze. would pace permit tt.e l. >me-r':: N "I.hl Iima"'rllv, t'jl| l;,m-erU* |I.TIIc.lt.'at .i.tIfM' car-" (-('flI\I..tl.M *
iii
setkcr lhi
1 1 nit i t her i.otice.Jl'ST: the Fal n1t'rAll :HWI', will beat } { I : fair land could pp nrlt: tv.v i al"I IF :11- w ill pro.ln<-. goo (ux" trf.,es TI|M-
Corn Oat: Hay ami IJruu. j I w ets,1fl'-4! 3!Ir. F.Lars: ulIIll.i.1 CtWl'1, d.ivs nd 'I 1 ,
UKCKIVKOr Lake liutler: on Wednesday, the,( pta ;mily i pr-.fittbty bt-y are i tim m .f ihe r""t fruit tr.iinn ii. CJ. "'..(<>

I 1 tip.top i 25th, to address, the people on alliance II. I-: ho[e that lie mav lot I tl.e c.c of bringing; : not only tIe large-it farmers in this! secw iiI ,>).ii Li L : r lit.. t-I, from ix lilt)' !..

II They want to sell you your Dry) (Jowls and Notions. -tuck of new: candies atWills h matters. The people nencr-i I j! many more ."sit! I'itzns l I'> our n.i(U'.: !iou i it 'couiitir.g i I the.r: cultlvatul! ; i cn-'s \t.\ fi'.iir. ,n.d w lieu, !:1"! tutu-" inailr fir.1.f
it Owens. \gc fable.lid: p<'tuba Mr! Ir .it* W ill l 1.-
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ally are invited to lIe present, and I !t talliance Plant ItlaKbrrri i j'li.e huiilted). but are true mlur-'i noble- <,!'::1'1"1| il.il.PEstablished

I II They want to sell you your (Clothing: and FurnNhiug Goods. I I Farfan: --, ians, in endless variety I. men are specially invited. TLri'I: h tl.e ki rt'I rEi-E,4 <-f .!r. ConrtdVeIiii : I "Iri. Here the stranger! I be I I.- n. men'traveler

.- r -ss I at Trilby, Sternbuig A Co. i It i that > \ in \\ e '\ ( re j'rtrer.td with t sonie !' pa-siii;; thiough the Country. or;: 1 879.
earnestly hoped two i"l
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I They want to sell you jour Hats and CaJls.ThJ' j Tin ware lth'; Owen I .ench good citizenas Messrs. A. A.I|jtinc tan. IL1I"iJl'rrlt.! >, raised by him a! ''il hoir.t-setkfr.fr a ;phcHpnt! "'wltr! .

Jilly tumblers and fruit jars at I and ]J. M. Smiley will not )leave the:[ 1 lironton Kla: The i.air.e of the varit- witl' run-t with a henrty w--c<>n.e M..t I 5iopit&l.e = Why don't! you take Ihe
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want to sell Hoots Shoes
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you your ( llnbbers. I I '' .\'. Slcrnbiirg it (0. I]i I ('Junt'.. They have l'adl01,1 tllt'ir'; ty we did m-t :learn ; lh) .- p'.ariti original)}F t' ; Altebtiofi. This is (.nt" i:.'y Ii t
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The *_' \ hotel in J ad.. iI j ;. came {nom New Jtr-t-y. '1 berritvvert: "n..t f-trining coa&try I t.EiVt'I tin- I
They want to sell You Your) Hardware, Tools! and HiiildingMaterial. I only a day |propel ty (,n New river. The I los* oftwo I lie ( in

, I sonvdle i is"The! Traveler I II \ such c.-)-. of a miM: : ;tstt". :,rA! n aL') all."I"fl to 'b" l.raU Bradford County

IJ Stovecheaper than ever at 1 bad blow to ISradfuid count.\'. I[ ari-i-abe! dtvvU-try fh\( r. and s-i-edl: s* act' o'l'trmi tropical fruit*. altered

They want to sell .xm jour Wa nii", IJujjies, Agriculturalplenients 1111- ,I Trnbv, Sternburg! it Co. I t Ti.lli, rr- i I. very' prohflc and h sari; *'3' tl.e :>Zv auf bL': of the t. ewilil; ,
I Mc-srs. Chan. Darby of Palatka I '
,' I to( lhrt.udi! aro-ind liro.-iv.n. gr-jpcs! grow la-re In profu-iou irr '.it t-Ui: *! TELEGRAPH
and wooden
Glac china
Sct'ils mill Pc'r' ilizl'I'S. I ware j Arthur 1hrlof Macclt-nny, Jus. !
Wills Owen- 'I IatkLtny: .i-iinjj i i-i an indu-try thit !l s-rsofhe f rtti! fI nit niA hn.tJ'ig fr.nr
cheap: at Tallahassee and ; ;
i ]Darbv of ..MrHillia'ni -. '
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They want tu sell) 3011 ) our Saddles Harness and Whips, in II is : j i 'the vine i its:'; I the roadsidN I i ttur'; ii ;
We Iiavedteisled: to reduce our i I ]I of Ja'k'lomillet'rc all1 I } a'.tojrt-tUr i.t-ij'.ttttd ir. ihi'tite m awl't : ?
fact they want to sell 3011 c'\c'I.thill: you nwv need. Give them I Ii we tik; Ill ( lk.rtUZtV! t' draw t..c.d! gtmide! in t"I' IsiiI-r ayt .1 1." 9
; stock of -ummer clothing, hence we 'pr]J ( tnt at the} death and burial of > our 1

a trial, and you \\ ill I he eomincfd that they \ ill save you money J j I j have made a great redu-'tion in the II I{ i ii their brother thi \ l'
ft1I everything You buy f nil at the same time guarantee the qua- ;I i 511tt5. Tin by' Sternlmrg it (.'o.v !:ai In-tn }plarjlc-d here it 1m Mwrecri
tty find quantity of Goods.TRUBY :>: l \ \\VNbNlT sTCH rlour I Mr. Geo.. V. Ott. J. '\'. C. Peters i j well:? as il.dc"1 i it should! vvhcrtf the! wild:I., This is pre-eminently)
In' ar.d R. II. Siniih from Law'tri"r' !I! L lush jr v; everv-.vhvr': Aiirnr 'ry 't (lion of l sdt"r'J .
I [ >r< county in tf.: +:d tb; 1
ills & 0\\11:1. J j ru;tn tansipp'y! ; : y-oii with n ft- {1.rat' vf Can't v m ufTonl! t., i.av the paltay
I in the cily ihn \\ Hk. These} l p
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i j variety .i>tiied I io our c-iit.t. and ljiv .
STERNBUBG & COMPANY I l' Harnes- wat.ns.briJks' and all :ntleratrn report 1..3\\ ty'proI'Nt E (ljoHlh.i, i;! -"'(Jll supply I }ou \ ith ",'s /foi j;:, are nnrnU-rs of farm -r't s\ ilb from :-J-XJ t lo ; M'iru of ONE: l iIJ.\K: A VK.\U:

other 'jroodin this) line at reduced'1. the \ .rv hriirhte-t! Theyay the t tMindleburg ..rt i.er \>.':ifi'if: '? '..-> nitd 'l ;l.llit; : CII-:. 'hi) i..... IJ. f'IIf' i r,f ,.! nr'" C f-i,;* i for \ o'ir' Co'inly I frrcKir..vi.v *

i, 1 1I 1'1'"l't: Trnbv Steinburg it Co. and: Deadman. }bay railroad I j\.all..a and Isrinain; a lC1 w Iil r'-'.Y .js,''1 I; now ia I lhr I Iaris.. Isr.d l4'! :pr,-4':l bur !-' ltj t

STARKE 1' LhIDA.' I Oni stock of uvrries will l! \ \Y- w illl! I 11- .built through that'lal'(I' f'I ,r \ ..ur 111u1Jlcilll PI ah'indar.'- f.I'\ ,.sir : i (.\:. rtNKVKI
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-: r : --' : I bo found complete.! j in a hurt t'.iv.ej ti'\'jenf\ :- 'I')h- -. 41d .
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MORMN'OMiiR j Mr. Ii. J. x H. SitkinA, A.j Jjdt ; V : llit {an

< :: \ .t"0 t tt"7ii" >7TfV.. S.V' j I II I >mit-y! and l J pp.!M. Su.i.'ey!' ba\ e .II I "ir;(', ('hr.lh,..v i.*}!are'.' dry t-u>tiy}them srH'.hend: beinz l 10\.' U'Jitt tu'tiVfcttd .' foi.'t-fi! j'i-t ai iiv w.rfr ri-t-4o-I, .:.it! U!rfIkrnl'f l"Jj"t :;;.H' ,\ ''i all 1 tinn -w", connlvAfrican .

.; \ "Ih' Such" tl.nr. Try .i barrel. -:aid tl.fii Ki.don! New river to th- I Ij an.1 1 cniid'cn; : Trv li.tm I : .re rut ir. pantSo! "Ihi" are tt*>: .t4:", 1 ,!ita:1.J. 1I1rtfl.tUI13Ii.... V

----- Dealers;' )l --- Mr.! ;1".>. .\. Wfiirel "ho ha-j. ,1 plo-phate, huntt-rs for cord} 1'11111:111 I I' j i! l'Illlc' '( I.f f I.' "I 1.-AI.( Lre tLr \s tjt. ;(,un'ry'

F'in I I .uuo of .ll)-. Kckeit'bakery: !!amr.o doubt! as t.r! New ii\ir i i; at Ft. .. i" ur.d! .r': \ | Ft JUrl'-e: June I?, 190. > )
Fancy Goods and Stationery i-lies to ipt'orm the public hat: }lie ]l lands are all very valuable! and! artj .. Kcli'.or: Tm. {.!flC-t i t' crop-' 'Allllri U.e Killurfice: : :vntlaI1Hflcan, .cifiitia; <% |>iticril! J.,
Tti.K.iAMi tAu tl.ira.tat I
|i w ill keep on h.uid fre"h 1.r.ad.t all j woith big piles of money. N<;t only i : h but U 5 h citrv-Alurre )1 r .\. V'z ccka rlf r sri.utllr.I: !
; to invite } 'Ur render! "> n picr.ic at Fort: C 'll( : ?
'i.L School Books School ''tlmt'S1 tho klk 'ry. !f.rt'ad111 I i j.are they valuable for the great deal ; i in tliicgtl\\ ia Ii. arc. ,,r'.. k ,11(.,
Supplies j j'of Ilfirl-eon: .- 4Th of We:1l.1t.
i 1.lol' sa'e duhat I j ; Ju- : or coru K NOT.t .
] :\ on. Heiberger i phosphate they <.contain but also )j {.ha'e al a depth! rf 31 fe"t. an I iug .h i
1 c-Ttr\'\\xx\y\ tel rorr.e, cDd te suret' f t.1 v ,.
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I Musical Instruments etc. i iStarke. : ] |, for farming purpo%. I! 1 feet wore lint.BI it- pure sI I.i ad iL I,h"t .'it; Jive ta-cr?
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If <-- e horxto have pent! ) '.f n.L :
II Ma.onl. !rI nit .
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Florida-E i j .Arkansas editor complainthat }11 fry. a&rt of rai--bitk we tHVC plcniv- I 1IJeLfJlI.I::
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rt-ir-1: I.H 1till' Thurd in some people[ won't advertise on the: 1 11 :UI'f)>i<; _vou are aware that &!fl! of Cirt ;

I I e-vch m. nth lit 7.30 p. m.IbT.1.Visiting! breth- I.' plea that a newj-aper i i- never n-ad I, j\ J (:. Itch: .rrl's old: c',rnp'nv .r. Llt.s.d pe! in thi! .cCttn. the happief -a l moil, Athere tvra lime when TIIK

Mallory's New York{ Florida Lines !I rdullv invitrd'M proiptrou* of thtir tliM) m tlI' v,'ie; Almost TKLKGKM'II .Ii.'t)
ren but he Let him }be
;'tv": caught i jv (.'. and it i i. -.ui #jmt o! iLtm ki'.ieci:! fterliMtiiiglyi
> \ F. )1.\L1' (R*. W. 3!. :1 tveiy cne OWE* Lie Lrrifr'.rn 4'> .
kissing his neighbor'wife or trying i ito MdLoLe'a co* ; but at any r.1k10,1.. )
I.IanIJ (( state
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j J. E. WAISKIGUT / )11U1l,
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tl, i"JtJ have ',.A l h adi.' :
Hew York Boston and all North and uci.Sailing t. : | hold up theide i ofome buildincr.I i hvfc t.-li of.l! ..rk. They !a..y t> rue of niy fiCTht'Y ; are
Philadelphia, points :I T- Fcwell M D 1: a dark night, and bU tune thatl 'bin i|' ndhb..ri lH" ti urt-til .J It T,. ::j iaduitno'i* ani Wf"-.t.t.4J.r.l harothe liourtl <.tK 'bvh! > ,li.lnt III, tliir '
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From I'JJCt'fl' t 1"\ .a"II"; : 'pill 11"\11. and} lithe ofl'ce: -h'H.'unfetd C.'-n't forrtt to uthrrsj ; crJ ftdt't.c. at-"i rfespett I)! :U. r. \hir .
; M-U loitu r'xi.ltt; I'U'1; I' In -tantly, printing ; Lit:. .sh.1 -:1.1 thf rout <.f their
AND srRGEOX i i. in the arrd ff.a -fvnteintr.ry I I I'..' "tf-vtr fe-if WOo *i I-havo: fiih it i.t r.t neihx i >rt. Ti'.*) nave l"*:. iha1anfi;
ti 1rJ.lrIF: I v-r. rcsiispt: v-r.. Now, Mr. Ldnor. ;.... 'U.- p.
; building he vv ill climb tot the t C rfxrfi\ f'-> ,cfi the yct.nr; '.n:* ar" :
I top ) hc.
TARKE FLORIDA. \ we h'pto ict- vuor nr.ir.j &'u.tci :Cc
RIO OR A TIDE ; beg the editor to keep quift"Onr 'ani"ri.ru- 5 we onln.wvfui bij :ettiD; i f-iir e.!uc tiio T.e. n& tp%: :i:.

\ .i l Attention Bradford (0. Guards. "t:r5: 'ar:'1 it ,sfir;! o:t; have t:e :fJr fiiCitri a&J :ItaJtr w? Iran cim: .rI'ich
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.' .t i \ city fathers took sudden r I. l"r.t! anicr.e a-. zvA niULk iiaci a* tr.tre ard Jor.es. \.i.sra ..I'nt'11., r. Keith: .von i e.-r I !'.r

-- r"T"" ** .tS i I I! drill Il'iuUr;7r: .M.indty rr.eennr r.i.'l.t ot at the 7 30 Company p. m. fnr'Brlordtrf.f : solve to have: the town cleaned np ,. i)bIn ti-fe 'rLt.: I b.v.r.c= OQ CiUCk '' Ti. rut* II BJye art (,thc14ctan'.t y t.... n.m.. t.eng 'nffiu.itiiiy! mor.il ir, !.'"- I', .
-- i A. T.I ) i to-. XAW JtS J-; : The : ,:d. and if tL.rie was, Z'Jj: at the U>:iu&
1. A A V 1 i- I.JK S U C HEIEEBGER. th'.s wecfc. rakes wfreet zoins ; .. :
.il"" \\ iJl"'lfI i : ; and tra-b enonnh at.:1Tnt ay pUats.uld to: iwc.k aty ler"l I n' rf'a. : \IJ" rta-1 1 I'\' vo'mr wife aivl Iii!:Jr.-ulr -
I, \t'tsl C'apnia. \ to \ is ..i ;u ?ini;>=o2 !I4;o .!cy! fct."! 1 his i* iur'.v A t.-aty! UaU"I L&IC
., J. \V. MOP.O\X.! I smnke out ) it the Leri'iof' thoiliving *- .. ;'n 3lr. Perk's aid .
Ip 'h *'iinr a: cern c i e Tiit&ti alr oi trTtrv .mi:v i i:1 {''c:n.r04' IIAIJDI.V KVKi .
Ci-y of San Antcnio: ; Sc'v an-i Trta i iP [ in the npprr stories of the: 4:.1 stu:!. .:-. a: icrr.c cora t*:.(:?:!: 1 ] '
1' :.r 1i"ct. and t"*t J.k jnll'l sad t..'*r
< opl'ini \\'iiiu: r.: j! P' building. A squad of hut:- were *Cap J C RjOturd, ;:11;i cf 'th :;.t ; ry ., Don't it li :ht intniif/,-Mnf m<.n
VALUABLE PROPERTY well;. B.. I :i t.j.r-l "t bui thre iJt-jtht :.a the ;>atfse
;:1 A very i ira =ure i: "u v JP -
1"I' Steamers leave rf !ruah ljia OIl arrival! oflr.iut J"v i.M' J'If'k ''II\'If: > Pni. summoned from the woods I to devour .
tLezcstitrars! trri2gi with Mr GI,. of ti.ec; frota oM aq r fr.m! "JI. "l."l| tti.. mntid'au') rej,ubli<: hia. fl.1) .
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\(' the 1.'lurilh (outrit.t PI-UilloIl':1' I 1.1111.1 I J fr.,, ci M J j-oii." fJLth. Arriveiu the melon nndand the old) or.:- j E. Pai.e ar.d ;He iLe.r ;i..vic? crop i sampuon; at.l c-re fr'. iexp<>:!. afttr *
'.. 1 E'\-ni town cow \ 3- dHlllcto': ) 'drcscirz r.h L:" Riutk. Mr.! Pc bi% a 1 "'"" I : .
l-'t'rr,04rl.lilli :. 7I. TUlv' fh. 1514 1.t."I (' : For Sale J 1
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:1: nlla fctopt Jininewi-. t.". 4S. y. .ifi, anJ\'" In :' V \ -rk \I.uhJ" I IClIElJnE i iI eat up such remain 'of ull! -trawmttrests ,, p-Sect. if It.. ius i -.rri ,jrry la s.iy he is -, .at,)( lIlt.,,., >nn.Uy
iVe: i i l., ..fI"iton.5 1 nrl ILe'sti.e f 1111v! :; I toJ I'tItr
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I 11.i: \ N1 .1ulv: as e ..ap.l the uEpiscopal \mf-", ;
gAvE FEIIY.A3IDl.A. j -.- I p.It4IL.> p.rc.! ;, *ad I 'el Il! vuty intfcreand 't.'rr. to-) '.iat WI fol.h'H'1'1"l tJ'rol.ra'; ? i
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.k AND IMPERSONAL Don't Gllf* tTp the 8hlplll
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The beat ronjh rnodicino is I'igo's Car THEN AND NOW. h. to speak to them? But, then, that --- Don't surrender although the flght
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t for Conttumptloa._ Hold._ -rynhero_ 25o. I met ber at a hall some years ago- would not do, exactly, as the gentlemen Russell Sage, who makes a hearty long and bitter and results thus fa i'i

-t THE: lT-mado man hm ro prpju} lca We poke of youth tnd friendship,Joy ani I were in the midst of a conversation. aieal off a piece of ginger bread and an dismal conquered failures and disease Old Bad driven Blood may from yet b

gainsttbe taU"r-mado girl-X. O. 1'icay.uua pleasure; So he stood quietly in the doorway and apple, is said to have subjcribed S50,00 citadel of life. You have not use proper

However penile fhc, I trembled so, wa ited. t to the funds of a church ho attends., remedy, or long ago you wQ felt a
For I was shy and bashful In a measure. "That is nice I'' the taller You have this and
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: TVs recommend"Tansill's 1'cnch" Cigar. a story gentleman -General Greely Chief of the Signal] chang trie that .
< She said was saying to the shorter one bottles of specific ,
to me she liked my sentiment Service, is in receipt of at least twenty and feel
of that
b xrttles sarsaparilla,
IT is thccliamom\rniner vhols I tho most She praised me ev'ry time She bad a ch all Cl to, "A new war between Prussia and Aus l letters a day from cranks who solemnly : might as have used so much rainwater you 1 I p. l

U: BtfeccRsful discoverer of r.trJjt.a J
She asked me just what time liked to danceto. and people, but about a man who is believed Why have you not trie B. B. t. (BotanicBlood i
-The late Sultan of Zanzibar Ealmi Atlanta .t Because I. ,
worth almost a province to us. They that he tho only man not born to it isn't advertised p
: Cold was so conspicuouslyas
%%'c're married now, and things have changed,, offer three thousand thalers income I
I--- aUs! you die and he had arranged a programme other remedies Well, that's a poor 'I 4. ?' t.
I took Sick, in Berlin, while hero you receive only thousand reason. The greatest humbugs enn \ .
I Each week a difTrent servant fhe engages; of rare fun for two yearsahead. afort
hundred Frederick he: largest for B. 1
II I TOOISCOTT'S eight gulden. King ac.1vertifment\
She mistakes that other wives would
I tees pass;; $
'
try: it, and if six bottles don't do more
.And to the lhelOnglay she fumes and rages.: William IL is certainly a lover of splendor you r ',
J -A woman, Miss Jessie Carson, drives good; than all the other blood medicine you ._
Thus quickly matrimonial woe lye found witji whom Emperor Joseph in hi3 the stage between Osage and Park have ever taken, cal it a humbug, a name \ 'f
simplicity and poverty can not compare, hat: has never to it by I' ,
Kor ev'ry chance to unit a fault she seizes. Minn. She has done it for appl(1 any :
Unlike the ball when first we met, I'm bound for he must save for his people, and Itapiis, o np. Jr :.
three trips a week-summer Walter Bridges. Athens I -
yea.rs-making 'enn., writes:
To dance to whatsoever time"//' pleases I IXathan consequently count the kreutzers, because
and often with the 'For six years I had with '
and winter,
M. in Weekly. hen afide ( 5
Levy Munwy'u
in former times there was too '
running1 sores and an the
EMULSIONRESULT --- down below ( %.. p
to degrce
thermometer
:Ii much luxury. Now I can not feel angry l forty one in" my leg. I tried every thing I --.--=_- I i I'1' "s f"I f"s IT f"
zero. heard of without any benefit %- F.-
A STORY OF BEETHOVEN. with you for wanting to accept this pranf'nt -- I
Tamagno, the tenor, was a baggage until Botanic Blood recommended : f ', :.
I offer. You must provide for wife I : '
I
JI : your before his remarkable of to mo. After using six bottles the :::::.! / t'
I :I: take My Meals and child of course. Your fame will porter powers I pores heale and I am now in beTtcr health ., \ p
The Groat Composer's First Visitto ; voice were revealed. He does not favor
not diminish because you go to the than I bo\'e e\er been. I send this testimonial /.' .- ,
I take My Host Vienna northern part of Germany, but on tho his former craft, however, when ho is op I unsolicited, because I want others 7, Pc'b. i.

AND t VIGOROUS ENOL'GII TO TAKE contrary, it will increase. Thereforego his travels. If a porter demands what 1 t be benefited." _I '

ANYTHING I CAN LAY MY HANDS OV ; HEX Heethovenwas he regards as too much for carrying his ,
L and Gol be with you. I know your It Rifly be right to editors :.
exempt <
CCttill;: ? fiat too, TOR ScoU'sEmulsion about sixteen trunk he calmly shoulders it himsell ni 2l It. / :
from but it if
heart, and know you will always keep a jury ( seems ai imaginative .I t .
of Pure Cod Liver Oil years of ago he. true affection for your fatherland. No with his old-time skill. rejiorters were natural talesmen.BuiJjhampton .- -. -p ( : ."'.
and ( -
I HvpophosphiteSoLimCafldSoda a .
i :
I. was court organist I -Old: Marshal MacMahon President i. Republican.ran't : .
*Of ONLY CURED MY Incip I you will never forget the true-hearted onus / : : ; .j : '.,:,

I'- lent Consumption BUT BUILT i 7--: in IJonn, on tho I 1" folk of Austria, their joys and sorrows,I of the French Republic, is very r P3fnel tie Cured -_--. ;

ME IT, AND IS NOW I'UITIMJ _t h. Ilhino. Max Francis their gayety and light-heartednoss. expressed proud of his Irish descent He say t by local applications, as they can not reach I : !-

k1 FLESH ON MY BONES ( x I; ';i the elector ofC'olo r .I in song and word.:' that nearly all tho f feat good fortunes tho diseased portion of the ear. There is -I- I ,1

j_ AT TIlE RATE OF A POUND A THY. I j ,\' '4 4. !! -n', who had L II The words were spoken with such I o his life have come to pass on "St. Pat only by constitutional one way to cure Deafness,Deafness and that is is ..,

1 I TAKE J"r JUST AS EASILYAS I PO MILK." | 1$ k hisridencein I warmth and kindness that the tears I rick's day." There is always a son it: caused by remeies of the mu % \ ,

I SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTHING NEW. { -tf\i-\/ royal palace in L came into the other's eyes, as he exclaimed the MacMahon famLy named Patrick, cous lining of the Eustachian Tub. When I zi44 \i %

SCOTT'S r.MuisioN is DOING WONDERS j .X\ \, Bonn: became in : "By the grace of your Majesty and this has been kept up freight gen this tl10!tlnfae 'v.12i;,. I -' I---:.

DAILY. TAKE NO OTHER. c ( i \? I stay!'' erations.The. 80un and when it is I -t :
entirely closed Deafness is the and
-- -. ;: ,,. }7tain.h "Your Majesty!'' the little man had I list of presents sent to Bismarck unless the inflammation can be rs11t out

\ L said. Beethoven started with dismay. on his last birthday is somewhat t and this tube restored to its normal condition "AS BIG A FOOL AS THOMPSON'S COLT."

/ along, sent him fora Then that '.saa not tho Eirpcror's barber i indicative of the tenor of German life. hearing will be destroyed forever;; .

It' short visit to Vienna, which was the i but tho Emperor himself! Ho Among tho presents were forty-throe which nine cases is nothing out of ten but are an inflamed caused by condition catarrh, "Well, by George, I supposed every oneM heard tell of Thompson's colt

great musical t-onter of the world at that thought of his morning's conversation drinking mugs and a hundred long pipes, of the mucous surfaces You see, it was like this t Thompson was an early settler, ant owned 3 team

time, the home of three of the greatest with him, and remomborod that ht had I with many pounds of tobacco. From We will give Ono HundrelDolarsfor any
and one colt. lie lived on the bank of some big stream the I
caso of Deafness
masters who ever lived, Mozart Haydn I told him the little anecdote about Mo the farmers camo barrels of and ( that lsisip
eggs we ran not euro by taking Hall'a Catarrti reckon. Well whenevei that tarnal colt of his'n was -
t and (Jluck. The elector gave him a zart. He hardly noticed how the ruler sides of bacon. The i idea seemed to be, Cur Send for circulars, free thirsty fnstead : I

( letter of recommendation to his brother I of Austria shook the little man's hand I let the Prince eat drink and be merry. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0. lug down to the water and drinking like a sensible critter would, what did the .

'! Joseph, the Emperor of Germany and L I and thanked him affectionately for his -Herr Windthorst, the redoubtable Sold by.lrust. 75o. fool colt do but swim to the other side, wade out, shake himself, turn around,

d Archduke Austria, which he was todeliver decision. enemy of Prince Bismarck is described Br -- walk down and-take : drink." :

I 1" to the Emperor himself. Joseph then turned to the young man as "a little, old dwarf, almost hunchbacked who wins a strange.in l'altmiI''lash rnetamnrpho:3 starts?:9. the out afoot rnnri'I: Now, some folks are just like1 that colt When they get bilious and constipated :.

,":: ." So, not many days after his arrival in and said, with the same affability: "Ha,! with a singularly ugly yet clever ami comes in I ahead-Elmira (:a1Ctta. they just let it run on, until first thing they know they have to swim
Vienna, ho dressed himself in his best there '' :
you are: face, watery eyes hidden behind a huge through a long, tedious spell of sickness. A few doses of Dr. 'Pierce's Golden .
and started for the royal castle with the Beethoven attempted to make ; Mercury and Calomel.
: somo pair of blue spectacles and a monstrousand Medical taken in time would all that. There
4 Discovery, prevent nothing '
letter in his pocket Although he had L excuses, but the words would not come almot toothless mouth, from which Injudicious use rl mercury in the form i ,_ .

jr. : overcome in some degree his dread of to his lips. "Your Majesty beg i issues thin of calomel or otherwise leaves very injuri equal to it for Biliousness, Impure Blood, Scrofula, or even Consumption, whichis
your a wooden kind of I
piping. ous after Much of the distress
.
effL'ct. : less than Scrofula of the Lnn The
"Golden
,: conversation with people in a higher f forgheness'our Majesty told mo that voice." Nothing is more curious thanto that afllicts humanity is due to a too really nothing more nor ;
persistent
i 4d: E station of life than his own, still it was you sometimes-eh-sometimes-" see colossal Bismarck a burly giantin S3 of this poison. The various Medical Discovery" has cured thousands of cases of this most fatal of maladie

I ONJZ ENJOYS not without some feeling of trepidation "Yes, I shave myself,"laughed Joseph I. stature, with his big: loud voice: and its functions and of the body become impaired by But it must be taken before the disease is too far advanced in order t be effec
use the bones
Both the method and results when that he thought of meeting the mightj and related the story of his mooting with heavy tread, his Cavalry General's uniform come afec.ted even], causing aches sometimes and a genera be tive. I taken in time, and given a fair trial, it will cure, or noney paid for I

Syrup of Figs is taken;it is pleasant ruler of the whole German Empire.As the newcomer to the little man. Thur and clankin spurs, punctured in and distress. Any one will b refunded.

and to the taste and he passed through tho door which be continued: debate by this dwarf. who has used calomel or mercury in any of For Weak of Blood Shortness of
refreshing acts
Lungs Spitting ,
its forms will do well ,
led to follow
to the Emperor's apartments he "Now give me the letter.: it up witha BItb BronctI
Itr gentIyyetl'romptIyon: the Kidneys, stopped a moment to consider what heshould He read it. then turning the other "Blind Franc' is tho name appliedto of Dr. Bulls Sarsaparilla. This excellent : Asthma, Seyere Coughs and kindred affections, it is an efficient rmey.WORLD'S .
Liver and Bowels cleanses the an old Frenchman, who came from alterative counteracts the tviefferts :
DISPENSART MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Manufacturers
No.
systern say to his Majesty. Just then :a again: of mercury and other mineralpoisons. 663

effectually,.di Tcl: colds' headaches simply dressed gentleman came into tho( "My brother, Max Franz recommended nobody knows where, whose life is It is composed of strictly vegetable Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. .._- I y..
and fevers and habitual this wrapped tip in mystery and who runs :a inprredrents, and there is nothing in .- .
I cures I ante-room, and, attracted by the youngman's young man to me as a talented ] :
saloon in the woods back of Alcona its composition that will harm the -
mostdelcate ; i
I constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho I manner, advanced toward him. musician, who improvises especially Good health invariably follows '
County, Mich. His nearest is i
I only remedy of its Kind ever produced "Where do you wish to go?'' ho asked, well. Suppose*' we give him a six miles away, and his patrons neighbor consistof it Spring-field Health Journal. 3 for an 4 incurable cue of
the courteously.Iteethoven. trial immediately. $5 0 0 eiB HBMMMBB. CvfotrS i i. the)
pleasing to taste and 1
acceptable looked at the The little man nodded. the choppers. vhs& drive miles to TITS things we think at night would be of the proprietors of DR SAGE'S CATAMH RrV :
to the stomach, prompt in speaker, spend a drunken night at his p'ace. Ho great value next cl.iy if we could onlyremember :- SYMPTOMS OF obstruction f nose, .
"Do I.'
k thinking:> he was making fun ofhim you agree, Herr von Beethoven? them.: -:MilwaukeeJournal.! its action and truly beneficial in its pays nothing but tho Government tax falling into throat l\tt watry. and acrirl,at others thic
asked .
but the whole of the the Emperor. bloody offensive
expression : eyes
effects, prepared only from the most "With pleasure;' answered the and is supposed to have an iron pot fullof ConfMenre Begot of Surcogn.Fo S : I tenacous: ,mucus punJlnt breath: smell And tt we, general
healthy and agreeable !substances i-.14--t .s. (- young money buried near his shanty. lIe is i successful has Dr. Pierce's Holder debility. Only a few of tbl symptoms h present at once. -
a' musician. So they moved over to tho about blind and M"dcal; Iiscoveryproveilin. curingchronicna ic Dr.Sage's Kemedy cures the worst c. Only 5 cents. Sold by drug .everywhere.P :
: its excellent occasionally a man:
many qualities commend grand piano, which stood open in thu i catarrh, bronchial and throat din -* ',0

t it to all and Lava: made it ) room. 1 empties the bottle handed over the ha rand eases, that its manufacturers now sell it i '.,

I the most popular remedy known. "Have you ever played mu-sic by Mozart pays only for the single drop whicb 1 through druggists under n wmi'ire (nvirnntee ISO'S CURE
'' the timber country glasses hold.: of its benefiting or curing 'in every case, I ifpiven FOR
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c \ ? asked Joseph, nodding to tho a fair trial, or money paid for it will

and 1 bottles by all leading drug :I/7\\\\ other gentleman. "A LITTLE NONSENSE. be refunded Consumption (which is Best Cough Medicine. Recommended by Ph ltanL
/ "Why should I not?'* replied the scrofula of tat lungs, if taken in time, is i Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable tb the

gists. Any reliable druggist who young fellow. -George-"Laura, will you bo my also cured bythiswonderful mcdicne taste. Children take it without objection. By drug utsv {"
not have it hand will ---
t may on procure "And what do you think of him?" eltl'r half?" Laura-"Ob, Geonre, how FOR Constipation or Sick

it promptly for any one who "That he is the most musical, charming can I, and you so good?"-Binghamton Dr. Tierce's relicts, Purely Vegetable.Hf'lahp One use CON S U M P T I O N to.

wishes to try it. Do not accept inexhaustible master tho world hai: Leader.Mr.. a dose. .,,.

any substitute.CALIFORNIA. ,Ii1I : \ over seen," said Beethoven: cnthuMa O'flaITerty-"n're Teddy. Evrr.r man has his particular bent espocially .

FIG SYRUP CO. ii IIi tically. "Johann Sebastian Bach may make ye a prisint of an illigint little after eating a prematurely pulled- MEMPHIS.Tenn..Sept.12th. f PB !

t SAN FP.AXCISCO. CAL. I i j ) : : i I Iit4 stand higher in church music, Handel blackthorn but ef yn lost it I'll break watermelon.-Philadelphia Press. UA3T8FIEI.D DRUG CO.. Great Disasfin

LOUISVILLE. KY. HEW YORK. N.Y. L i in oratorio but on the stag the Salzburg ivory bone in yer body wid it."-Texas K- GESTLE thoroughly WANTEDI f And It.rror' | the WorU. .;

-4 composer excels even (luck in Siftin"Chromo, Horrid Torture. IEXAfer Hist"1ili.lnz a tul8DCo.
: f ', a'1"i' \ inUIITIIUVKX g versatility and in characterization of individuals ; This is often felt in every Joint and : your I and otKxr., which' (Kf.hare dar_
CHEAP uCURSIONSI Agent-"Do any of your muscle of the body by turns, by people testing :teit our cctIl2tTy. F.mbricinir av.Charleiton and.ck_
and situations. family take interest in current art, who, experiencing tho earliest twinges of CREOLE in EarlqaJle Great Storms and:.ihlpwrcckf.. Joh tw4 f
"Do know '' rheumatism preventing in ?outh"rn Sti,-va. as the**!'aChina
i you his works by heart? madam?" Farmer's Wife-"My darter neglect to arrest the malady, F. asked the Emperor, nodding with pleas as they may easly do, with llostetter's hair from falling out eanied by \Vind. Stfarm :otble .
does sir. She andira"i.cIID.I..nll
t puts up jelly every sea Stomach Bitters: i .
SRKANSSS and TEXAS : a professionally authen- the whole fleld of Vter : W.ri
te
ure."Your son."-Cuicago 'l'imes.Teaeher"What's. ticated remedy for the onilingcompl\int sives me pleasure to state that I A utandard work n' historical r !.rence.BIGGEST .
j : siiowun THC LETTER. Majesty may demand what you RecullecJ; that ( BONANZA ever offere'L .
J -VIA THI:- the unehe'kt' .
tense of w
past have found f.renmplitgOiitfit.COTINEN.tL
it
handsome will, replied the musician. lasts olfetimp or abruptly terminates it a complete success, PfB. CO.,
slender ?
gentleman was that Joseph thought a minute, then said see I'upilecJ.'hat's your when mad.attacks the heart The s-lj Olne St..St. ] o ,
: Ln.s
Cotton Belt Route of friendly earnestness. His rather and make authority for that form?" "A sign in Hitters accomplishing all it ? I Ihare I-
"Play variations
the Aria
on
longish face, merry, friendly eyes, and of Sarastro, the grocery store." "What does it say?" dyspepsia and liver complaintOv : seen it frequently tried by & CO..
I II the "
sweet expression of the mouth "Timothy sr-ed.
-:- I gave.Mm -Binghamtcn Repub
I a peculiar of "In diesen heil'pen Ilallen lican. his return home tho immature club others with satisfac- STOVES TJNWAREHOUSI -
power attraction. The complete
ON'E: : P.A..R.EnUt Kennt man die Kache nicht." man lets himself in with a minor ke '.- -

Tlnn.OUND ;- forehead was high, the nose elijrhtly The Bonn organist seated himself at "Is His Nibs in?" asked a man who Pittsburgh Chronicle. t tion. I think you have succeeded GOODS.

7 I Horn an. Here and tberG were traces ofsmallpox f the piano and played tho melody \\ith ntered the office in search of the man- LP" Oil< Grate ama RttrlKeralor' Ormm
4 utlerv *a1cerwre. M
TB.JP: scars, but they did not disfigure such richness and fulness of expression ager. "You should say. 'Are His Nibsin H.'CKET.ARKANSAS, Aug. 20, 1SS7. in giving to the public urert of PLAIN' awl .1. PA.' anufJct- ,

_ FROM MEMPHIS the face. Evidently the young that tho Emperor as well as his companion ?' corrected a clerk who was studyIng Dr. A. }1.\LIESIKGER, Sir:-I wish the t most valuable I I I dCJce WARE.,8ale G"LV.t Factory.IZED .aoXWABE Second8tet ':

To All Points in Arkansas and Texas artist was pleased with his in his 1a. [ preparation I Send for Catalog-in and Pn.a I.lit '
appearance. were visibly astonished; and grammar spare moments -> you to send me of your Antidote for f for city call on n*. MEHPHI'*. TKXNESSEE.CraAM .
lie answered "To the Emperor." their astonishment grew as Beethoven, Munsev's Weekly. Malaria, which I see advertised ine MtthO'list the hair ever originated ( *THH FAMH mrj 6m J. .;.'Ht.._. ;
ON MAY 20, 1890. "Havo you si petition?" after .l'ucatl Chattanooga, Tenn., and
finishing the melody, burst out .- Very Re:
Ticket Uoo 30 d'-11. "No which I can pet Fifteen years VCD Wholesale Fresh Meats 'iI
wit h I'rlv.lpge of 'I a letter of recom mendation." into a free and independent treatment A I.ror."iItaih.l.r.! mother had KOLFB S. 8ACXDERJ O<
arm i my third-day chills and I rn
;, -tnpp1ttgff. "From whom if I may ask?" of the variations, which displayed an On April :'.h th' IMt-m Belt Route inaugurated after trying the doctors and other medicines _nerpnne Collector Eighth Tistrtct.Tennessee.5AM2 PACKING HOUSE
I "From the Emperors brother its new Fast Trai-i Service be- without relief friend recommended : THIS PAPER mrj d.i.youwnt.. PRODUCTS
Max incredible i richness of form and almost a
_ : ForI Worth and Rerurn? [fill Iemphi3 Francis, Elector of Cologne." an tweeu MemphU" and F U'oith, leaving your Antidote; she tried it and 'ndwuc COLD COUNTRY ORDERS .
of
supernatural power harmony. Mfinpbi-! .>:l') p. ni., a'ul! :irriviuji-j: Fore permanent cure. Truly yours.
AT ONE FARE FOR E ROUND T3IP.rickn I "Let me see it." "Good, splendid:" exclaimed the littlu Woitu this follo-.uug af terun u. Th s eece. S. Eowiui, Pastor E. Church. DYSDODSia the biie STORAGE HOI ICITETX J.

ITt I Beethoven showed tho letter. The man, with sudden fire, as Beethoven: i train and the Cotton Dolt Waco truiu. --- -. -- [ Once .No. 1 d I

- \* Suit ICetiiriiinf% May 71h until June May 3.1.2Ktli. cultivation. He cure an c loves with Hick
I his Heed.ache
like to hear al\\'s I _
-0- an original composition. and Texa-i. au'l to familiarize TL' _
the
) }
whole Constipation and lPUl
I 'art- Piles, thatTutt's
Press.
I.- 4 f he Only )Line running Through.Cars from ".\l1o.l who are you?" asked the gentleman Tho young man from tho Rhine at i 1I liuhlic"jib the O.s'Liii"'/ tv the( b'outhttest, Philadelphia- _SXS TI PAPUS.__. .
INIII'lai.to Trxii is I
tIt
further. once acceded to this and I [) liokftr. will be sola tnnu I.adlo" Havo Tried It. : -
request playedcomposition KEY
OF :
COTTON BELT ROUTE. Memphis t to }'.>rt U'or.h; from Ttli CO.
"I musician. May to ,
am a HELTHMEDIIIE
A number of have
I' lady
_ _. .. a which the little man pronounced i.idmivp my customers ii
F..It.t. Mar .tc.ai'l'ly) to ", May :Mh, rood returning till trifd "Mother's Friend." and would be 1.1 J I
\
_ S.H. W.\ItS tlt. II. \V. )MOUUISOX musician, repeated the stranger not only excellent, but also en- Juiie 3-1, at one f no for the round trip, ithout not Pills A red hot stove tell on my .Viot.and 1 >
for times its cost They badly that In ten minutes II
many
South.aI.rn I'axrnerr A Rant, Uen.". AumiL.UKMIlllN. after reflecting a minute. Then he continued thus aft jnhui; every b 'ly' an opportunityto recommend it to nil who arc to become times iti ,iae. TWO application swele np & r <

-. TKXX : "The Emperor is not at home. III ft. visit the great"iVx is SSpfiusj Palac mother R. A. PVTNE. Druggist, Greenville

W. (J. Af\M .
IHwic'-r A-i i Vt.'ifi'l.;
T.-I. Hut .1 over the Great Texas Ttiroujrh LiuAnd. -. Ala. Write Hradfield Ree WHITEPINELI.MME.1T i 1
you can see him this evening at : Co., Atlanta hare become no famon
.4 ( ; iu udd.ti.111 to the foregoing, Et- They act
; Cia., for particulars. By all druggists.THE and
seven o'clock at his house in the ap.eUy gently on he incentive
: Angar- cursim Tickets will be soil from Meiuplai ..
them rvd.eed ais.i I _
"Oh So t Tired NortpIngouagea.Sold .
!
.il.te
"Do you know the Emperor; personally -! 'r .' May "! ''tii, at one fire for the round color lin-, as applied to the sugar wonderful. Respectfully.ALaIaTJ.BccUIw.33effer3Ofl8tSL. I

1 asked ISeethoven."Ob ,.,,,__ _, 'If- : p trip, good thirty days frum.dJ.te of sale, I problem, i is a matter of lf.'fnementlutddnson Everywhere. _!AE nus rU if w. !i
the Xews. ,
is cry .. r with th* piivile of stopping off AS de Office. 44
Murray St.
yes'! said the other. -- New

of thousands "You have an olh'co near him, perhaps -i'.J S.sired.\VAUNEB For; further, ia.lrunliu II. \V. MORRUSOX apply ,to I RAVE been affected with n mercurial York RHEUMATISM ; }; : :
headache and
?" suggested the young man. I Southeastern: Pas.'t.. Geul A:;'. a heavy pain in my liver. 1

every Spring. "1 shave him : \V. G. ADAMS, 1'assenger Ajjeut mate use of different sarsaparillas without but Permanently i
occasionally Bull's
was.' the I a.h\'lll, Tenn. st; until rave Sarsaparilla a g:v-Fru. T-.EATI.T SENT 1 I .
For that Tired Feeling answer I trial, botlt's of which pavo me re FREE TO ANY ADDft5S.ne .
"Is he good, strict?" Tnr: nnjrlish l lief. 1 take pleasure in recommending it as The Tdow!
___.t take confidentially."Oh or asked tho musician all our industries' capitalists; but our are female gobbling capitalists up being superior to other sar aparias.-T. Li Eitrarf Co., : I1IBEd.PA.WSAXI oz 46. "
11. Owen, Ky.Tnn XHU
; .
are gobbling up nil the Loutsvit' PLrI.ty-
poor English ;
lies '
not so bad, said the other nobles hi return.ight.. p .

Ayer's Sarsaparilla smiling; "though as a musician: he isstrict" S conceit of some people is so strong ?.uey.OILa.. Iea*UAJTIN9._ Pumps. _

; and recover I FROM the large number of strikes about I that thrv admire their mistakes because: IW.'t I :'L 'X'1 II.pl.&r. t.t PIcII. ,

"I know that he plays tho piano verywell I ]: tho country( it is easily ti( ho seen that : they make them J ATLAS I .W.I'. _
-- -- -- Latest
l labor is at the bat-Rochester I'obt-Ex- ji; Styles '
Health and i- skillful
quite .
Vigor. on violoncello, prcss.TTnT. I You Want 1 Family '".hJcle. t ENGINES .

It Makes and that ho even composes sonatas,*' j ---.--- Buggy or Road Cart, one, tin or a car '( -L't

answered lleethoxen; "Ijut great gentlemen seems to a man inqni ,(?s I l load at cheaper prices' than ever known, ff/f L'ArtDe La Mode. .RAX OLE at CO.,Memphis,T.. >
the do not often seems to a woman only a natural L ;-\ritc at once to %V'. S. Hr.rcE Co :, ''1/ T COLORED PLA\.I
usually far
Weak l
with
go very ILL
Strong. mu.ic. He showed desire for information instance:: MEMPHIS, TE\X., and get prices, largo '. THE un1 P4RUDE UGGIEHARE8S

; Prepared a sonata to Mozart when vision of polden-hairol loveliness catalogue free p Oidor It of your N>:.." K WECUTI21CE.I SIO MlR
by the '.hor c or
o day. and asked him what he THE no.VX ORGANIST 1'1..0\1-:1): wants to know how her husband got that -- --- - C .en!.for latnt norahrr.lo. U TUP rum Mr'0 Buggy 930.3f mje
thought of it. Mozart replied: 'The lon coarse brunette hair on the lett I Tis the next notices W. J. MOUSE. Publla.hr. 9Harnc..,$ 4.,*
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. tirely new and original in the charac- shoulder of morning's pif'SS 5E&.tltptst..i..1SUE p. foCAlltllt."a.o.two'*.AddreISWtthUtSP
his overtoat-Somerville JournaL that make .
sonata is many an actress \.rk
good, but he critic-ally TillS
very who composed i.Uotd PAPEl.y S BUGY CAT J
t-Jw 0
Lowell, Mass. it is much better.' acter of tho melody and, tho harmony Gazette. l A rB PAiLS. 'OU, ,I J

'. "That is a pretty story,'' laughed tho I unusual"Well,and what almost do unheard of. PICK Tntrl Jack Sheppard S and Captain I HWE no equal- -- as a e prompt -and positive YASELINE PREPARATIONS. NEEDLES, I.ST Forsn\ SwlrmMaebtii ,

-- --I stranger. 15ut now I must go. Ue at you think of the Kit'-J were Englishmen, but tho l'alal'ecarporter cure for sick headache, biliousness, coqstipation DAJDGDSOY. .
'- the Angarten at seven o'clock.:' i young musician from Bonn, now?'' is generally an American.-Phila ,pain in the side, and all liver troub free On bj receipt mail the of price in postage stamps wewi.e SHUTTLES,i/!Te.Mtor.blela.prlc 1..1" 4
asked the delphia Times l Carter's Little Liver Pills. following valuable I J LILOX'IGC.
When Emperor turning to him. les REPAIRS .1'
Beethoven related this occurrence T tem One Box Pure :n.usuSGuO
Vaseline
J ...aTo to his friend. Walstein smiled and "He will 'e one of tho first masters SOMCHODT estimates that it costs a fond I One Box o asehneCamphor. 10 Cents. IIUJU'.UJ&Ool,, .S rI
Wn1KT Ice
advised him to follow the stran ger's of Beethoven the art,"his said hand.ho earnestly, and gave a father pirl-between but, bless 64.KM you.( I!and she's.1.000 worth to bring it when: up some men i;S'ic give to improve it a chance.::with-age Somer, bu_ One Box of Vaseline Cold Cream.15,10 Cts Cts! i: $75.nto$250.0o'.or-n.fornsPerlp"MoT.K eta lae :.-

suggestion which he did as fjron as the she has been brought vile Journal.DK. Ore Cake of Vaseline Soap.....n)Cents. ferret who can farninj$ I ead It.ethelrwb.l ; _
rura Biliousness. Flrk Headache. I "And do know who up right.-omer\'ie time to the Dasine Spare
I Malaria. Luer Constipation. evening came. As the clock struck you speaks this JournaL One Bottle of Pomade Vaseline,15 Cents raoDeoU pr tbl7
employed also.
Complaint tako A few
the
af<> TacanIn town and eltlM.
decision .
and certain remedy SUTU'SI seven he arrived at the \ngarten. The I about you? asked the Emperorof BULL'S Worm Destroyers are not If you hare occasion to use "Vaseline" B. f.JOHSSOM A CO..1" ln Elcimond,ta
; servant at the door led him the I the young man. Ludwig looked at THE difference between tho ticket-seller new and untried. For thirty years they for be careful to accept only genuine goods In any _!A fI rutl"., S&
BILE BEANS up and the man whose is tested have stood tho test of and their largi S up by M in originAl package. put :
the little ho usage A
I steps into a small man. lIe did not know. money a many: Invent 'nm.thlnandmks
prettily furnished into a show is that one pays the way gale is due to merit ouly.WHEN dniMlrta are trying to persuade bujerTto take PATENTS f
"Xo, he goes \awline ORTU.EI
Tee the SMALL SI7.E(40 little beans to tho bottiel. drawing-room, the walls of which were answered."It the other weighs the pd '.Merchant ---- to such Preparations put np by them/New I p"ae BOK .I
They are the mot>t convenient: suit 11 avca. entirely' covered with colored is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart! Traveler. a can is full it i* a good time to 1 without. pruulon.will.the article is anlmltatfon Addres, W.T.FITZGE&tALfl or WasgaQToxD.c.( '
copperplate
Tlceof either size. 23 cent per liottlo. said the Emperor with p take hn bust measure.f3tntiamtoi the not do good nor give y &._ .
of emphasis. 1 result ( .IA TIU
engravings
ruins von A two !
and I
land ounce ._
bottle _
KISSING I I at 1. TT.0: Photo-Rwrnro. SOME: speakers to talk in the Leader.Strytxzxs. Seal Vaselme epct of
,,anel scapes. Opening out of that Beethoven gave a mental shout of joy. pefe open by alUrngelstsattencenu! En'rgetic rTin
*0 thu picture tor.I at the left air. It is tho only ? WANTED m county
lellte I way they can induce VaKlinc ever
I COppers or stamp.) was a Iongnarrow And now followed a conversation i.lula.ou Ban*b on tb label. to 1>I"b all all AU
room, with canary- I people to hear them out.-Yonkers States from Coughs, Sore Throat BOOKS at about r
J K. SMITH A CO.. bird in the during which the Emperor Mozart man. etc.. should B icn' lirunchi-d Troches C.as8iiroDgbUfgCo,24StiteStN. ezpense'. AdOross! u.1 prices.. Salary Md
Makers ot "UUe Henns."' :L Louis Mo.@HAHTSHORN'S cages corners and in the i and try r < Y.FOOD wim tap l.XTIRSTAIi _
I _--_ ._center a stand on which stood I Beethoven all seated themselves. Joseph a sl'nple but sure remedy. Sold only itboxv PB Hocsi. CSO to zae Lg.le S.rsoa.ChCo
vases .AIIS.UU.f tim.
asked the IT is a sad reflection on human nature Prict: CO C'ltS IT 18 .S
containing fragrant flowers. At the young man if he would not Dka l81 .J CHit. ---
that almost; any crooked transaction : DO 3f5T\? '" U.. el K t
CBIL.U:1. to. want a
like can yon
; right of this room was the entrance into I : to come to Vienna to live. No: th be squared by a good round sum.-Baltimore TnoiT.n time files it is tie nan who goes J I 11d.-O .t". I Endorsed. '; Steel,Wire V t. Absolutely lelble. ;
:
II A. by Fby.ila .
t'.lo other good-sized rooms, one of which : wish was not lacking, but duty called American.IT s.owvho kcep3 upvith it-Atchison their U.e mnd.te.. tei t 8 bU.&d fur prices BARTMAX and MFOCO.LVS. .Bearer S0 f At1
was him back. He m' c. lbebP to d __ li13 ,
Beware of Imitations. a sitting-room, the other a bed spoke with emotion of t tly dt. Im" _. A raft. J_
NOTICE room. Beethoven was led into I his good mother and his little brothers takes staying out late and an angry ...C"141.b-
the for- _
wife to make a man know how PAiN is the Side
AUTOGRAPH it feels nearly comes BUSINESS
COLLEGE
tscr. Two gentlemen stood there. One I and with gratefulness of his patron and be the corpse at an t .-Lsordered and ia promptly awaJ.s frI by ..THE 1.1.8 fOOD U 35"e as. 1ULRICI ,

4'' of them he recognized as the man who master, the Elector Max Francis. As Globe.A izq.est.-Athison Carter's l\'er Lver Don't forget this 4 turJJ .co." Will XEJPDI8 TEL pp.dC5 A
l. _
sometimes : the RUSSELL AilAZiw1lU rare.: or'W1U'r.1I 1'0:IT- 'y.
shaved the Emperor. The Emperor dismissed his two guests __ \

pIHARISHO } other was short in stature, and had a : he gave Beethoven a ring for remem than ELI when! player has never feels happier: tnr man who tries t:tate things ns they & CO.'S YEIIOK HOlE aTt'DT metle. Book.kepll.'DC.P Dm&tuh1P.4rlUA
thoroughly good and brance. "something on the come-tho base-b U catcher.-Wj hiugton Shorthand..tc.. thoroug-hly buelll Dee
benevolent by maiL
face, string.Lawrence Star. NOW 3ZAtY. Circular fr-e. BaTi.lTS COUIOX.Bafale.9.T.to .
4 3',1i1IT'1 Cbllrcb.t. LI.1\tI..luw"r"OORTII.U: ...Naxitillc.Teun.II \STITt'n".o"Corner'1... beaming with friendliness. Could that i It was one of the most delightful dayi American. I 1Wiicx -p Mill Thpe.b.ra_,Tre.bI.&Eai.theIr._."..lat' .Pr.e _sua TIIII 7itza..0.,- JnetJ'

( I 1!''*..tI llf! luni I r.t.i i>>r.a KJucatoapraitu'mlvaijili 11 priiltiit. r hoi 111Itn.t.1'"t"'curesKovl riling be the Emperor? I'.eethoven: had im : of the great composer's life. He had ho man finds a buttom i a his sala KtTLo
I l..olk..lnaall.\I.u ImUl htl..WutllS..naLalo.lu": agined him to bo much taller, from the : seen at one interview the greatest raler wi hardly take the excuse that it I Hales Honoycf Horvh.ninJ! an.} Tar. ..: & CO.. MA8S1LLON. OHIO $5 REE. I.In..not"r.J,r horst'.'feet. Wflt 4 l'ft
toIAI&d t
I erJoAJI"l'lIiII the .
rcssiu-Home
rr ---- -rl6a..q- J"BDTICE --- descriptions he had heard of him. Itprobably in the German fatherland and the grf-.Vy var SentineL fike'sTcotL cheDrciis Cure hi ne minute "t1 1awTasavry-g avis tULDU to.a,1tWIo :"

; floyonv.rW.u,. ; was not either of est ruler in the kingdom of bour.d. A .---- WAT.iM&B STRONC ATORX Y- U"N.r1290. ::
tiirr.e 11 them, for or MAS generally finds little difflculy in IIi.NEY : ,

I: _"Ull flits'PIPE 0.write_I_IlK_WI u01.L noS. ':&.; LEy. tuur:v it could not bo the barl-e Ou.lit |, in From vi.\the. Examiner!German of Wo1j&angalllc.:, use petting 01 Uid half!schooner.seas over-Troy when Press.he makes free !.ijl.1:1.ar., a tIkcxcrt:bal invcbraicnLWashington; \\-hcr it l h hut, :.. .:REaL TO Ss;,, YIIENWRITL'I 4 Tu AWXKTUKKslnJtASJCtet : .


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