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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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+ c=:=L: DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY. AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA.

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, -_ STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1890. NO. 7.

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o.e e$ ................................:..tl 0 I I VACATION. Dave'. wife still lives-divorced from PERSONAL AND LITERARY.The HOME HINTS AND HELPS. SCHOOL AND CHURCH.The I I HEALTH FOR A DOLLAR.
gumonthi. rTe been Dave-!
6 having a little vacation, wife, -
:' All Iub9r1ptIOn' ho must be paid Invariably I li.1 I And'twas better than I can tell: :"One more reason I mention and public executioner in :England. -Canned Lima Beans: Boil them one I Methodists build two houses ol f Gcnulno Beauty the Result of Rational
discriminations may ,
:: aa-ance.1. In favor of any Up at the farm with the old home life this, alas! a veritable one. Onco James Berry, has written a book en. hour, season with salt and pepper, fill worship every day in the year. I.I Physical Exercise.
Ere we came to the city to dwell. upon a titled "Men Exe- Since the athletic has become so
Cpramuntestions upon all matters of loco time 1 was fortunate enough to win the and Woman I Have the glass-cans quite full, seal carefully. -The Wesleyans have fifty-ocfl girl ,
soiietfBd from "
Interest aU parts of the county I And just as I left it, was every thing there love and troth of one of nature's noble- cuted. and put them in a cool. dark place. chapels and other preaching places io I t dominant a figure in the feminine

: Father and mother and all. men; our marriage-day was set, and Mudio's great library in London They keep well.-Home and Farm. Italy, and eighteen in Spain and Port I world, and fragility has grown a reproach -
The hills were as green, and the skiet rather than a charm, the trea-
were as while I has put into circulation since its foundation gaL ,
SECRET SOCIETIES. fair was preparing my trousseau my -StrawberrIes ahojld: be eaten with ,.
tises all
,= And the trees were just as tall. poor Will was sent to Lyons by his em- nearly four million books. An in one hour after being picked. Their -A dozen colleges and seminaries arp and volumes multiply are on set forth hygienic without matters num-

ployers, to make large purchases of vel- annual ticket costs a guinea, and for exquisite flavor is never enjoyed to the now raising money toward supporting
Independent Order of Odd Fellows. And father was getting in hay, you know, vet. The this sum a diligent reader can of their students ber to tell every woman what she shall
And he wanted me to load; steamer in which he sailed peruse full by those who depend upon "store" one own as a foreig do to be saved from all ills that flesh is

MeetseveryTues 'Twas the clover and herds grass so heavy caught fire in mid-ocean, but after some books that it would cost him about $!,- berries. missionary. : heir to. The with the interest-

Fr %clay night at Ode In that grow hours all hands were rescued by a passing 000 to buy.A -Grape Nectar: Two pounds of Ca- -McCormick Theological Seminar ing pallor, the woman violet-shadowed
the eyes
:r -. 'Fellows' haiLS meadow across the road. brig; this ship, too, was doomed; ina leading Now York publisher em- tawba grapes, squeeze through a coarse (Presbyterian), Chicago sends seven o) and the willow-wand form has ,given:

Transient brothers cordially invited And those fractious old oxen were just the dense fog she encountered an icebergand ploys at a large salary a young lady cloth, add to tho juice three tablespoonfuls its thirty-nine graduates to the missiod! place to a buxom jade whose cheeksare

L. Uattend. same, again my poor Will, with the others who is useful to him alone on accountof of loaf sugar, and one cup of cold field. J
C.
HULL red the with brown
Noble dawn
as as ,
Grand.F. Sharp-horned, with the brass button tips. was in mortal her She has read almost water. Add shaved ice or water to suit
danger; he was in an memory. -In New Haven, Conn. some of th
J. FIELDS, Sec'y. I helped fasten muscular hands who, amid a wreckof
p. Q. them the
Boz on day
: : 4L 'Twas the year of the great eclipse.they came, open boat, drifting hero and there, for every thing in the whole range of fiction the taste. churches are debating the propriety of matter and crash of worlds would

three days, and then she wag sighted by and can detect at once borrowed -Rhubarb Tart: Slice and cook as setting aside the International Sunday-: never feel tremor of her

.Improtrd Order of Red Men. And When the long,long beautiful day was o'er an Italian fruiter, bound for Naples. plots and expressions.Prof. much rhubarb as may be desired, sweeten school Lessons and adopting Prof. Har. a And this -
the lowing steel-strung nerves. magnificent
cows came home.
Oscclo Tribe No. 1, Florida-Council My mother stood there at the open door The privations and exposures incidentto Huxley's autograph Is offered when hot add a heaping teaspoonfulof per's inductive plan. person is all the product of athletics -
And this perilous were toomuch for for sale attached to a letter containingthe butter for two pies, and the yelks of ,
fires kindled Wednesday's Sleep &t she called to the children to come. voyage -Rev. Albert Gallatin Morton, of and athletics and yet again athlet

their Wigwam, :Marke; Fa. For supper was ready so one and all one poor creature, and after a lapse of following passage: "I look upon autogra'ph three eggs. Bake with under crust, and Amesbury, Mass., is still preaching in: ics. Ride a cock horse says the lecturers -
many anxious weeks I one day receiveda hunters as a of Cain, cross bars of crust over the top. *
progeny that he has filled
Transient brothers are cordially in- We tumbled and laughed with glee a pulpit regularly on this subject, play tennis, swim
rited to a ttf'11\1. In our haste to answer the weloome call, letter written in Italian, by a kindly and treat their letters accordingly. O-To make sealing wax for fruit cans, since 1825, without in a single instance fonce, practise in a gymnasium take

-"Why wife-what's the matter with me?" priest who had attended my loved one Heaven forgive you if you are only an take eight ounces of resin, two ouncesof writing out a sermon. cold baths live in the open air. But it

W. W. Tusinuv, Sachem.W. in his last moments, "[J ctco" though ho unusually ingenious specimen of the gum shellac, and a half-ounce of bees -The
And the old wife bowed o'er the old man's incumbent of St. Stephen's, costs money to ride a cock horse; tennis
M. MEACHAM, C. of li.CHUKCH was. An old letter of mine same "
head containing race. wax. :Melt all together. This will Launceston
is chosen of
England, by pop- presupposes various advantages environment ...
And smoothed down his scant, gray hair, my address, was found in c .e of his -Dr. Holmes gives a good hint to the make quite a quantity and may be ular suffrage. Every rate-payer under that all women do not pos-

DIRtClOKYT: And"You've her kiss been and a tear were one, as she paid pockets; but for that I might ntfverhavo budding authors who shower their melted for use when wanted.-The 50 has one vote, another being con- sess; swimming means a country home

.- having a nap in your chair." learned his fate. He sleeps peacefully volumes him when he of the Housekeeper.When .
-Youth'* Companion. upon speaks ferred for every additional .1:25: of rata- near tho sea or a river; fencing, workin
Ilaptlst Church.Services in sunny Italy, and that is why I am an Paris omnibuses which carry the sign making crab-apple jelly have ble value, up to a maximum of six the gymnasium, and life out of doors

at 10:30 and old maid." "complet," prefacing this with the remark ready two or three fresh rosegeraniumleaves votes. argue leisure, some money and libertyto

a.m. 7 p.m. FULFILLED ITS MISSION.Miss Such was Helen's true story. The that after a certain period in life and drop in as you take the jelly I Newlon Case, to whom Hartford follow one's own devices.

Prayer meeting every Wednesday at fe yonng girl to whom she had entrustedher it is always with an effort that we admit I from the fire. Let them remain about : Theological Seminary is indebted for"its The pale, the nervous, the flaccid-
M.
p.m. WOMBOLT, Pastor. M. S. had just finished (copying on a new author into the inner circleof three or four seconds, or until wilted, oiuscled woman has not
disappeared
Smith's Article valuable library of 45,000 volumes,
Sunday School meets every Scnday Wins a Prizein her typo-writer, when a well-known our intimacies. then remove. imparts a most delicious and these read with
a Peculiar has announced his intention to erect at yet, hopeless envy
at 10'30.TATE. Manner.
flavor.If.
morning newspaper correspondent came to her -Young Roland Bonaparte, at th cage once a fire-proof building adequate for the; directions given by the books for
POWELL M.D., Supt. office, bringing a friend, and asktd her of all hard for the weekly wash
twenty-two, was enabled by reason of soaps the present needs and large growth of the attainment of rosy beauty, their
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L 9'd. ELEN SMITH: to take down some matter for him. his princely title to marry young Miss are shaved and dissolved on the stove ina the library.In own lives being too filled with work

Presbyterian Church. '\ p;, Wa' only too "Just take Mr. Burtons story in fltort-; Blanc, the daughter of the Monte\ Carlo partly-filled kettle of water, it will not too narrow or too straitened to make

Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m., well aware that hand," said he, "and write it out after banker, who died soon after her mar- take as long to make a suds. It can be the corner-stone of a Protestant I the use of any of these prescriptions

and 8 p.m. R. 15. :MATTICK, Pastor. I\ money was nota wards. Ho has a story, I can tell you, riage, leaving to her young husband one shaved beforehand to be in readiness Episcopal Church, whose erection was x>ssible. But athletic exercise, .with

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a drug in any and he's going to let me uso it. Just of the largest fortunes in France. He Monday morning. Not on the Sabbath begun recently in Brooklyn, there was its resultant health, happiness and

nn. 11. C. HULL, Supt. marketwithwhich think, he started for Europe fifteen devotes himself to scientific pursuits, day as some do, there is plenty of time placed a phonographic cylinder incasedin beauty. is to be had, and that at the

her family years ago, to be gone about a month; writes books and gives lectures on the some week day. tin, upon which a member had spoken price within the means of every woman

had deal- first of all, his steamer was burncd to various parts of the world which he has Fried Salsify: Scrape and lay the in the name of the congregation. no matter how poor or how hard-worked
Methodist Church. to those who shall at some future -
4 ings. Her the water's edge, and every body tookto visited. roots in cold water for thirty minutes, message NInety cents will purchase all she needs

Services every Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. branch of the the boats, but were soon picked up bya -VIolet ink, once regarded as a par- wipe and slice. The slices should be time uncover the stone. to string her muscles up firm and make

and 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every ,, great Smithfamily Norwegian brig; she ran afoul of an donable feminine vanity, has come to one-half inch thick, stew in salted water -The Cohansey Baptist Church, at them elastic; to set her blood pulsing

Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30. t. was iceberg, and again he was out in a boat; be the favorite of all writing fluids. It till tender. The water should be boiling Roadstorm, near 'Bridgton, N. J., has : warmly under the skin; to fine away

I Jos. F. SHANDS, Pastor. I 2ilt.jasmall: and strict- this time he was hauled in by an En- has the advantage over black in that it when salsify is put in and kept boil- just celebrated its two hundredth : too lavish outlines or fill up hollows.A .

Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m. consisting glish sailing vessel, which took him anda flows more easily and is softer to the ing till the slices are tender, but not anniversary. The first pastor of this pair of small dumb bells are to be

J. ClIAIUKS ItlClIAKD, Supt. I' of her few others to Montevideo. In tho eyes, a consideration of the utmost importance quite done. Drain off the water. and church was Rev. Thomas KillIngsworth, had for thirty cents. These are a good

widowed mother, her widowed sister hurry-skurry of leaving the brig, he and to those who do a great deal of dip the slices in beaten egg, then in who was settled in 1690. The church is weight to begin with, but should not be

I Chrixtlau and infant daughter, a widowed aunt another passenger exchanged coats and writing. For this reason it has been very fine cracker crumbs and fry a del- the third in age in New Jersey and the used violently at first. Two towels of
: Churrh.
and herself. trousers and Mr. Burton found himselfin icate brown in hot butter.-The thirteenth in the United States.
called; the author's ink and among those: very heavy Turkish crash cost the same sum
Acts xl., :2fi? ; Acts:d.'i.., 2$; I. Peter Iv., 16. The united incomes of these four Brazil with no money and no lettersof whose manuscripts are written i ifl violetare Household. -The 5,000 loyal Methodists of Cleve- each. .

:: Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. women hardly sufficed to supply them his own. He had just heard that the Mrs. Humphrey Ward Catherine -Fruit Custard: Thoroughly beat land, O., after two years of unremittingeffort On rising in the morning begin prac-

O P. Y OtTo, Pastor. with the simplest necessities of respect- poor fellow who got his clothes died in Hillard Margaret Deland, Mrs. M. B. three eggs, add a pinch of salt and have raised 50OOO, and have lee at once. With a dumb bell in each
I
Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 able life, so it was their habit to scan Italy, and is buried under his name. Field, Emily Faithful and Edith Ses- three tablespoonfuls of sugar. Heat paid all debts on the twenty M. E. hand lift the arms touch the shoulders

'i p.m. | 1.'. P. i\ituv, Supt. carefully the "wanted" columns of the However, to go back to himself; he sins Tupper. one pint of milk boiling hot in a double churches of that city; $5,000 remain in with the bells and straighten the arms

1 daily press, and all the "inducementsto happened to see some American papers -Few persons are aware that Mr. boiler, and stir in the egg preparationuntil hand to apply on two new mission out smartly at right angles from tho

agents," as set forth by weekly soon after his arrival in Montevideo, Gladstone's father spelled his name it thickens. Pare and thinly slice chapels. On June 8 these liberal people ody.> Do this smx lhly and regularly -

G : OFFICIAL Dr'rtECTORY. monthly journals. one of which mentioned the death of a Gladstones until February 10, 1835, four bananas; sprinkle over them one held a jubilee over'the event. ten time's. Then touch the

::1 As yet, neither" of them had "struck ;:.-4 II I-. when by royal letters patent permissionwas tablespoonful of sugar and one of cold -Rev Francis J. Clay Moran has been boulders and lift the bells ten times!
1
:( lf" City OtUccrs. pay gravel.: One day Helen's eye was I. I -:, given him to drop the final s. In water. Pour over it the custard and set raised to the rank of Protestant Episco- traight up on either side of the head.

. l' C. Wills. caught by an announcement in a re speaking of the library of Mr. Gladstone in a cool place. Serve cold. Orangescan pal Archdeacon of Annapolis. His lit out from each shoulder ten times;

; "" MayorJ. spectable-looking weekly paper, thatIt at Hawarden the other day the tPall be substituted for bananas; or a rights and privileges are larger than :[rop the bells at full length of the arm
?, Alderman-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner, would give a prize of ten dollars to of and. of desiccated
Mall Gazette said: "Mr. Gladstone is layer orange one those of other arohdeacon in this country and draw them up to the armpits; vary
George E Pace, J. G. Alvarez J. M. the spinster who would send it the best
,
.cocoanut are nicc.-Country Gentleman. these motions in the
not only himself selecting all the books and are nearly equal to those of the twenty or thirty

Truhy. article explaining why she had not mar- and arranging them on the shelves with NEW YORK FASHIONS. canons in the Church of England. His different directions possible, as one's

Clerk-rWaltcr Will ried.Helen his own hands, but in each case he is the first time that the rank has been own oleverness suggests thus exercls-
Treasurer W. :Morgan. had never written for the press, Material Suitable fur DresiMto muscle. with only two
marking those passages which seem to Mourning used in Maryland. It is now done in Ing every II.gin
Marshali-E. D. Wall. therefore she was not conversant with Be Worn in Summer. three the first and increase
him most important and which hav order that Bishop Paret may more fully or morning,
Assessor-T. W. Sweat. the many artifices resorted to by jour- had most influence on his own mind and Henrietta. cloth is the material chosenfor carry out his plans of missionary work them as the strength increases :

nals to advertise themselves; when she life. The library will thus be an actual the first dress worn as mourning, among: the colored people of the State. Finishing with the bells, set a mark
S saw such prizes offered, she was foolish either as deep or light mourning, and in
collection of books that have influenced an the wall at a height of four or five
County Officers. to believe them sincere. At first THE JOKE MARKET.
enough him." summer and winter alike; a trimmingof and standing on the left

County Judge-W. F. Malphus. she smiled at the request, wonderingwho English crape makes this fabric suit- leg feet, try to touch the mark with
( Most Lines the Exceeds the
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. would be willing to thus blazon HUMOROUS. able for the deepest mourning dress, n Demand Considerably.The Supply bo right toe ten times, doing the sameafterward

Sbt'riff-p. L. Alvarez. abroad her heart-history, but ten dol- while passementerie, dull silk or a little with the left. The mark

Tax Assessor. J. E. Wainright. lars would be so useful. ; When your wifu writes a letter all kisses dull jet trims it when worn as light strawberry-box joke is coming on. can be raised nearly a foot more as one's
the market in small lots. First-rate
Tax Coll\'Ctor-)1. M. Hale.Saperintndentof "I've a mind to try for the prize," she I and honey. mourning. For second-best dresses are agility increases. Then set hands on
r 'Ji2V1Ti Look out for the postcrlpt: "I'm all out of strawberry jokes, like the bottom of
Schools-J. L. Hill. suddenly said to herself. "My story is : !" tarn is cloths and batistes, woolens of hips and jump up and down ten times.
money We
the
truly a strange one, and as Will is light weight, with smooth surfaces that strawberry-boxes, come high.
poor
County Surveyor-W.U. Edwards,C.E. Pittsburgh Bulletin. to fair Next spring into the bath a warm one
dead and therefore the recital can not shed dust and do not when quote gilt-edged, SI.50 $2; to
County Commissioners A. Knight. roughen is best, sponging onesel off with cold
-Indignant Gue&t-"Waiter I have 50 to $1.25.
prime, I
D. B. annoy him, and as I am blessed (?) with brushed. For summer wear are thIn water afterward dry the akin with
Knight, E. A. Todd W. L. Pin
,
drank: five glasses of water waiting for Ice-cream jokes are more expensivethan
the common name of Mary Smith, "IF YOU SAY so. wool crinkled like de
very crepons crepe vigorous manipulation of the rough
holster M. Y. Smith. .
that beefsteak. When I
last
am going toget they were year75 cents eaCh
.. noone will be harmed if I do come out Chine in slight stripes, small
or or towel. that for month and see
he had been Try a
to whom
:. lady engaged, so *
it? Waiter- In about four for fair shelf-worn ice-cream and
-: glasses ; jokes
,, in print My family and friends, all but when a fine position was offered him in Texas plaids. Nuns' vailing is still in favor whether health and beauty are mot the
I more. Siftings. those saved from last
State Officers. poor Will, have always called me by my Rio he had no reason for refusing it. for thin dresses, whether plain with over season are consequence.Harper's Bazar.

Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jackson middle name, so that Aunt Mary and I Now that he has amassed a fortune he -"Can you show me the grub that wide selvage, or hem-stitched in stripes, unsalable. Ice-cream jokes with tyro-
I toxicon attachments command
ville. should not be confounded, therefore home to it-and is makes: the butterfly? she inquired, or merely with a hem-stitched hem a slight Cost of a Buffalo Heart.

:Secretary of Stale-John L. Crawford? they'll not be apt to suspect that I am comes enough to let enjoy me make use of generous his exI sweetly. "Buckwheat's" the grub, but along one selvage. advance on is quoted demand figures.There for motherinlaw Ten years ago a good buffalo heal
'taint in season, answered the horid, no -
Crawford vil'e.AttorneyGeneral' the writer. You Grenadines of all kinds are once more sold for $15 to $-40. The price now
youngladies usuallyeager'
I periences. are 'and i'nIr manufacture has
writer but her ignorant farmer.-Baltimore News. in and to for jokes from $. to $400. Thoro has not
,' -Win. Lamar, Mon I SHclen was a facile novel-readers, don't you think I vogue, are preferred net ranges ;
ceased at tho factories.
ticello. : chirography was a terror even to printers can make a fine serial out of this?" -Blinks-"You don't mean to sayyou've summer dresses. Hernani, the iron regular joke been a green buffalo head in Denver -

so she wisely determined to have found a sure way to make moneyat grenadine of mixed wool and silk in Amateurs just starting in business pro- for three years. But it is expected that
I Treasurer-F. J. Tons The girl had listened intently; as he but there is
duce few market for
Macclenney. a no
the races? Jinks-"Sure as shoot-
her manuscript copied on a typewriter.She concluded she exclaimed square meshes, is used for the deepest Buffalo[ Jones' domestic buffalo herd in
:
Commissioner-' cf Agriculture B. wrote: ing. I never fail." Blinks-"My! myl mourning dresses, and also in large them. Kansas will occasionally add a new
"What Mr. Burton I
Wombwell. a romance Do you buy tips?" Jinks-"No, I sell Jokes about irate fathers setting the market. mountain
for being an old maid shawls for old ladies. Silk grenadines head to the Rocky
"My reasons
which I think will
here
have some copy unwelcome callers
bull-dog
CoEiptrolltr-General ; on
them.-N. Y.
D. Barnes. Weekly. have border six inches wideat upon sheep are not and the
are diverse. To begin with, it is doubt- fit in with an armure very numerous
history.
A1futant-Coeneral-David: Long, Cedar less Kismet. Aunt Eunice has said to your -Hitherto Patient Boarder"Mrs. one selvage to be used at the foot of their daughters are occasionally pro- handsome head of that animal brings

K J'1. me ever since I left school: 'You are i While speaking she handed to him Starvem, 1 can stand having hash every the skirt, as the fabric is forty-six duced, but the demand for them is quite from $35 to SI00. Mountain sheep are
Smith's M. S. he had
Superintendent of Public Instruction too particular, Helen Smith! You'll go Helen ; hardly day in the week, but when on Sundayyou inches wide; there are also stripes of small. sold in pairs, when the taxidermist has

,-Albert Russel, Jacksonville. through the woods and then pick up a glanced at it when he cried: put raisins in it and call it mince armure or of gros grain on such grena- Soda-water jokes of the drugstorewink saved the whole animal and they sell
she is old maid! Wheredoes
: crooked stick at last.' Now what woman "She says an pie, I draw the line."Harvard Lam dines, while the fine sewing-silk grena- brand are reappearing; in the market for $350 a pair. Elk heads sell from
this Miss Smith live? There are no fresh ones, however,
to a crooked poon. dines have tiny dots or larger spots, $35 to $300 each. Grizzly bear rugni 1
wants knowingly,
marry "She did not tell me; she is to call for the those left
L. B. RHODES, stick? I don't, for one. Yet how many o'clock." -Casey (in grocery store-"Give mea single long-stemmed blossoms or flow- specimens being over bring from $35 to $200 each, black bearas
: the :M.: S. at two from last fresh soda-
season. Strictly
such sticks have dropped in my path! pound of tay." Grocer-Green tea or ered bands, and the durable armure high $75. The cinnamon and brown
I'll meet her here.
"Ah thank water would meet with
you; quips a ready
Bert Wallace I can never black tea?" Casey Grano tay, in grenadines have lace effects in stripes, bear are conmon and not so desirable

: Attorney at Law There forget how was heartily his sister; spoke one died"Why" the, of type-writer course, it might was not have I hoard who coorse. Do ye think I'd go back on me spots and borders. A fabric called new, sale, but. the supply of this grade is and the best will not sell for over $.-
short.
when after repeating to me colors, ye spalpane-L! but merely a revival of the thin smooth Kansas, City Journal.
t evening, Helen saying about two o'clock, if she Jokes on lecturers and tragedians and
he had said -Census Enumerator-"Well, I have grenadines of long ago, resembles the
various things
; ST.LRKEFLA. pleasant and discreet
had not been womanly the reception they meet with at the How Scorpion! Are Tamed.
finished a big day's work, and I'm mousseline pe soie now in vogue, and is .
: --- to rattle her Rem ington very hands of discriminative audienaes
----, "' '''''' enough are Talking of scorpions reminds me that
known silk used both
tired. His Wife-"I'm I as vailing, being
can'thelp
t vigorously. "Don't you remember, Will, so sorry eggs pensive, if fresh laid, say f 1.50 to f have at times induced some people to
for vails and it is and
Now sit down, dear, and tell gowns; a yard a
Commercial Ii 'j i lljqJI{ that my father's youngest sister and I you. wide with inches $2 per pair.Churchfair. believe that I the power of
; two
selvages
Hotel t ui. : and both of named me all you found out about our neigh. quarter possesse
I'' "l were the same age us bors."- Y. Sun. broad, the heavier qualities being required oyster jokes R out of sea- taming these pathe creature
1 n Helen? It was she whose obituaryyou
.;. Mary for dresses. and their equally repelant many-footed
I" ;;;-i' ) .. I saw." -His Worshipmust really makean son.Plumber and coal-deal humor is out relatives, the centipedes. Though the
I For silks de Chine of
t I' I summer
:i Opposite Depot, STAUKE, FL.I \.. !J t \" .. ::1,1 \' ...,I J I I ",'I.,> .kis ki\\ "What a fool I was not to have! made example of you-you come here so dull jet black is the favorite crepe mourningdress of the market, and ice-man fun has capacity of rendering such venomous

1, f' ,. 1 \ some inquiries!" exclaimed Mr. Burton, often." Prisoner-"Don't be too 'ard taken its place. The high price of ice harmless
I \' whether of plain, slightly; crinkled reptiles may appear amazing
: Jr Ji'j! dear, doesn't our on me, guv'nor ain't'ad trouble threatens values of this class of
first-Class: Accommodations. 0 >-< I \ : wrathily. "But Mary ; you any surface, or striped, spotted or flowered. to run to the uninitiated,there was really nothing -
y, : ;\ /_ ,,_ 1i.J. old engagement still hold good?" with me for eighteen months. Why, I The genuine Canton crape makes a rich humor up to an exorbitant point. Thereis supernatural in the art, which simply
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t $2.00 I PER DAY. & (r' t "' P.-/" h\?I.t_ "If you say so." only com out this mornin'l"FunnyFolks. dress for the deepest mourning. For not much on the market as yet, hold- consisted in surreptitiously nipping .f f

| I'I' '1/IIJI'r-/ ... \ 5 "If!" he repeated laughing; then, accessories of dresses, .for the entire ers seemingly waiting for higher prices. off the tipof the scorpion's sting and the

q.' Special rates made to Weekly orig ,../' b IX.' 7.. ""' ; tearing Mary Helen Smith's story into -Distracting. Customer "Well, sleeves, for the front of waists, and for Humor about the apothecary who mistakes poison hooks of the Scolopendra's jaws

Monthly lloar, ers. Hotel thoroughly /_" ,( // .1.: .'11111111/11/11141 7-< inch-long fragments, ho said: "This Shears, what did you think of the panels of skirts are many thin creped morphine for quinine is a drug or with a pair of scissors. Thus deprived .,

: ...... tuovated and run in first-class order. .... \\\.1.\ if'/: \ ,, '>>//lIIIII ,:'=, thing which you had written out so Bishop's sermon on Sunday? I saw you fabrics, as crepe sable. thin as gauze, the market. of the power to penetrate the skin, the .

J. KLEINSCHMIDT., Proprietor. J'! /' I ',/;,.,,,WIIIII.,, .,,,..!/. carefully has fulfilled its mission; it in church." Barber-"Yes, sir, but tQ and very deeply crinkled, and also the Jokes about millinery bills are always once anxious insects aro baffled in their ''

:; ----- I'I. .. \ 1 .0I -- -';; \ shall be consigned to the waste-basket, tell tho truth there was a man sat in brocaded sheer crapes, or thin striped seasonable, though there is generally attempts t do mischief, and may be 'f

$ I r I IIII,: .; \ ,\. -"Ie -. Which was just what the editor would front of me whoso hair wanted cutting crapes, like mousseline do chiffon. En- a boom from just before Easter permitted to roam undisturbed over the &
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"' F. J. FIELD, --... have said. had he ever been the M. S. BO badly that I couldn't hear a word.- glish crape, too well known to need description until the summer is fairly here. Like hands and face without the slightest _'. '

; I 17 But though ho would never have given The Jester. remains the favorite dress the fair consumers of the millinery. this fear of danger.-Xaturalst t'

: fc JriaMn D' W 1c rk&d Plutmr --'- Helen the ten dollars for her article, I -Nokes-"What is the real difference over silk or wool for widows, and for brand of humor is very dear. '..

MAKYSMITH. think we may rest assured that she con- Sealskin jokes are now put In Absent .Minded.
away
? "rOU ARE TOO r-AKTICCLAR between wit ami humor? Stokes-"I'll their vails also. Plain India silk is apt ,
." siders that it did win a prize.FrancesE. camphor for the summer. "Never was so put out in all my lifeAS
moistened
(: tell you. Wit consists of the funny to spot when and is only
Wadleigh, in Young Woman's Maga. Servant-girl jokes, like servant-girls, I was yesterday" remarked hughes -
i.ii.. STARKE, FLA. : things written by men who are now guaranteed in the most costly qualities.A "
about me, she finished by explaining I zine. come high but we must have them. at his club the other day. "Just fancyt
$ ALL _ dead; humor consists of the funny similar fabric made in Lyons, called
WORK( GUARANTEED. Box 41 'Oh, Miss Smith, I do wish you'd marry I We quote A No. 1 at $5 per dozen. I returned home rather late,lit the gas
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is thicker than India silk
written who and
v A Medical Man's Explanation.Two things by men are now living Peybo, ,
!:.. brother Bert, he's such a fool! men graduated from a well ."-America. of pure jet black. The figured Indias Fun about spring poetry is somewhat and was about to retire for the night r '

"These last three words being sisterly dots frayed at the edges. The subject is too when I took a notion to smoke a cigar- -
white
have thread lines
1. PEEK & FRAZEE known medical school, and both went -Yabsley-"lf ever I I shall tiny :
inebriate.
marry
euphemism for 'confirmed serious for proper humorous treatment ette. Hunted high; and low, but not a
in New York. One was a of education' Wick- or skeleton leaves or blossoms on a black
But I could not espouse brother Bert into practice marry a womas. Good efforts command from $1 toS1.37)V sign ol ft match could I find. In a rage t.I :
else f
t fellow and hard worker and a "I used talk that ground, or the larger chrysanthemum -
bright wire to myself.But
Notaries -
Attorneys atJaw: and secured him before way and "
: for delirium tremens blossoms. The surah each, according to quality. put out the light went to bd.
of or
modest man, the other a man showy in fact, I never had a thought of poppy ,
Idid. The silks are heavily twilled, and Jokes about Philadelphia are slow. "Bufwhy didn't you7lighryo ,
i to overwork. nearly cga'raUt
and not given the Mrs. Wickwire
llSTAItKK his parts marrying present
:; ; IIHADFOUI CO.: FLA. Then there was David Archer; Spring-chicken jokes are tough. the ?" asked '.
. secured a handsome lusterlesswith plain grounds, or striped by gas some one.
f friends, and latter soon prac- until one day 1 got a letter from her an-
,; Abstracts! of Title: and Real Estate wife and I were very dear child was born, tice. The other got little practice, and, nouncing that her uncle had 'dide' and with white, or pin-dotted, or with open The new extradition treaty with En- "Great goodness cried Hughes in 'j'
just before her second gland has spoiled the market for cashier- comical "if I'd thought of
> Lawasp.dalty. and when making a call upon his classmate, left her 65,000 'dolers.' "-Terre Haute stripes like drawn-work, at intervals of despair, only
1 ', Abstract when she was very low-spirited one or two inches. gone-to-Canada. fun. We understand that it"-The Jury.
it J. that who
furnished showing everyt I remarked: "How is you, .:
when Express.
; iff Deed, :Mortgage, Lic-n, Tax Sale, Judg- miserable, she sent for me, and worked in school, who often came For cotton dresses the Scotch ginghamsare large dealers were caught with quite a

'" tent Attachment and all matters of arrived she said: '1 have one earnest never over knotty matters -Uncle Hiram-"This is ft queer best for mourning wear, in chine I supply on hand, and which were thus Nothing Like Kelnff Sore. ..' ,

: "; Public record anl: filo affecting Title of request to make to you, Helen, and I to me which for assistance I rendered (and J. admit- world." Gotbamito-"What makes you figures, stripes, or bars of gray or of rendered valueless. Oldboy (handing a postal card to the ,

': ;fe Real Estate in Itradford county, Florida, want you to promise to carry it out; think ao?" Uncle Hiram-"Wai. a white on black grounds. For all-white Baby McKee jokes go off very slowly cleik)-Will that go all right? '
have large practice,
; :AP, to date of Abstract.IIKADOr.YKTKKS. when I die I want you to take ted all as stated), earning a ;a living?" painter feller came down to my place dresses are wide lawns or nainsook, now, at 2 cents per 100. Postal Clerk Certainly I Why t -

< my little Nellie, and the coming baby, while I am not window yet and I will explain last summer, and while he was loafin with skirt hems that are hem-stitched The latest style of jokes include the shouldn't it? -:i
the
r FOR too, if it lives, and then, after a yearor "Come to whole cise. Of hundred aroun' painted a. picter of my yaller along one selvage, and if a color is introduced Chicago World's Fair, the phonograph, Oldboy-Well. affcer I wrote it I accidentally :

J'tll'ii'e: so, I want you to marry D\\"e. lIe s to you the passing every street dog. I heard afterward that he sold it there are India dimities mull and death by electrocution as a meansof .got a little blot on the front 11" I

: : InS111..nI1CC, a little bit disposed to be wild but witha persons you see fools. I am up doctoring for S200, so I brought up the dog thinking and French lawns with black or lavender prolonging life. side of it and you know "Nothing but I

& I firm hand to guide him, like yours, eighty at least while are attending I could git at least a cool thousan'for dots tiny flowers, or line stripes on Chestnuts are unsalable. We quote 5 the address U to be on this side" Is -t

presenting; the. Liverpool and Londc* he will be all right. Do promise, dear!' the eighty, you are him; but by go'>!h! I can't even gh. -lear white: grounds that be corded cents per car-load as a Dominal tijura. printed thero. I wasn't sure whether -

4 1.,S:" }-&..Ulobo, the Pro idence and Wiuh. "I managed to avoid giving a promisc; to the twenty wise IIleD.BrunswIck him :away "Munaey's Weekly. I. wi in r&vering stripes.-Harper's may Bazar. Pittsburgh Chronicle. blot counted or not.-Mun&ey's Weekly. f ,
ard Me TeJegraph
"f': iojitou the Secujtitj..X- but I need not have been so scrupulous, ( ) .r:

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n \ ltt! "!"!t'i.with JaeksotivilU: and K1SGSLEY LAKE. 8aiiiiui' THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.A.B.CAMPBELL !. CTon'n.'HOME the ,
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; I be brought to terms in other Its \YondeJonltractofl$, The I I I

% $VRKp.-rUBLt8HEfH\'F.1-KfY.HRAUFOUD: COUNTY.AT-FLORIDA.. manner will be Becr. ary'any for our Awaiting 20Je Mat) Board of Heahlt '
% In a large AND
LOAN
S BUILDING
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I I.C.WTBB. peopl6to l build a road themselves. "saiii 1 I SSSOGIATION
Much liecil of the wonderful
( Editor and Publisher. The: proj) ..CJf tt..Starkendnte : Jins flULES AND REGULATIONS. JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
an'H I
$ $ beauty Ihe IS ol lovely Ii AND
.' J ahipsojijtilyLfoad i pushing theirMshpimv man1r1 *, i
t SIBSCRIPTJON! $1.00 A 'WEAR. : ,'J floC! probabilities are that KinleJake /od Ihe surrounding country In pursuance of 'U act of Legisla- I carry the larKi"-t bteefc in the south Atlantic ':

4-c fr --S_ _ they will continue their' line righton but like an old songone never tires {un' of the Stale of Florida entitled :. statue of OWN HOME .

. I Nlltrl'ftl Acarrdittff In Aft tf Co'ffrf in of remarking of the of scenery "Au act to provide for the appointment I

If; vii I Mr P t i ,Qfitf. )1(11'1.MatterThe ':(. 1'7",.. axC.V0M r.ondK to intersect roaJ and the in Middlebiirg this naaanerwwiU andLawtiy surrounding and the g.mnr pleasure in bathing of County Hoard of Health PIANOS AND ORGANS Tin.' terms of this Associotion have: never been equalled In Florida.

in this clear. tool spring water ]lake. i in and for the several counties-of,, the It offers terms that .should enable man to instead of
-- ---- -- -- I tap tlirce of the pnaeipal I every paying rent to a
Honorable board of KingBlcy lake is located five juiieu Jir- Stat s>f Florida and define their Vi olins. Banjo* (Juitara. .l.ct.'ol'.leonutho.- h landlord, have same sum pay for the same in r. feuVir '
property
'County railroads in the f and an harps Strings.:Sheet Music small instruments <. It
f 'ottHnissioner* honored the TELJJjCRAru I .uivjpstmwit wjH t'l.t pay big prmc dividends. ectly east of". tirke. The roads are the pow
. tat i is termed : Health of Hradford: County at lowest north-r Jlr t.'es.
i
what
$ editor on Monday to such a very bcM I, being through j A MORTGAGE.Address I

high; decree as to send the sheriff --- -. flat-wood and hard and firm at all] limes.A Ivereby adopts and announces the ITTOC. .. Haines Brothers, Weber I : : .
Knab. Jlorrw. the
above
for the :? named Association
rules
the sanctum, requesting his presence At the top of the last colunmon drive of tony minutes after a fleet, following preservationof 1) Q Farraud, Votc-y and

: t. before tint august body. The chairman the third page .af tliia issue will be lively. steed will bring you upon its banks. the public health in the county: of O Sit,GA1 o. Chicago Cot tag.I 5 EVERETT BLOCK, JACKSONVILLE, FLOB IDA ,

\ in his usual eloquent and graceful found the nnnouneeuvcnt of Mr. P. S popular has this hike become as t resort liradford. I. specially recommend the Ilaines Bros. Pianos for tiarticubrs.

I ,L manner wished to explain why S Crews for sheriff. This is the for the citizens of f the surrounding 1st. .All garbage and decaying the best and Farraiid value of and any Votey instrument Organs made furnishing In the H. S. WALKER, Gen. Ajjt.. Starke, J.'J .\. .

'. lie had ('l11cd.a special meeting jof tirst 7of the tiumy amioum.ementsthat country that they flock IjUerc in great matter detrimental to the public world. The F. and N. Organs can be taken to
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the board of commissioners. I will follow. Mr. Crews is an uU leisure limen. JJonts health shall be taken outside of pieces and put together in five minutes by any -
county numbers nt Notice.All '
: ere intelligent]()'enr old boy and are in other
ii ( TU. editor being naturally very i old citizen of Bradford county. He to be let, cither sail or row luttts for a I cities, towns and! settlements and be re pect recognized a"the best orean every in the U. S. person indebted to the estate of John II Folrida Trunk; Line.LOUlDAUENTIlAL.

t modest be- has been nierabci of the schoolboard destroyed, and no person shall keep: EASY TERMS: $10 monthly on pianos and Loonier are hereby notified to come forward and
: was quite overcome by a small consideration, and bath house room $5 on organs till paid. Just think o it! Anyone settle the same, and all havtng claims [ 1
\I : Jug tiuiK suddenly brought face to at; various times and has held furnished f\o of In fact, the upon ii* .or her premises any such I can.n own an instrument on such terms Little against the said estate are persons required to present
in cnrg. matter or depoMt the in the ore than ordinary rent. Send for free catagues. them, duly authenticated witlun the time i & .
face with the great men of the county other positions of honor and trust good people who h-'IrUn this beautiful same inv; State hat instrument you want and you by law, or this notice will be pit-ad in barf required -I 1 PENINSULAR[ R. R.

I. but managed to compose himself tlie county. Having been raised sheet ul clear water ure as good and streets of any city or town. toms.li iii promptly you. I get hare full Information that will as- o this notice will bo plead in bar of their recov:I _Formerly the Y.. It. & X.(o.

3 jnifticieaUy to listen to the.chairman, among the people of Bradford, he is geuerous the water is clear.. They live 2d. Xo water closet, sewer or reservoir some big bargains in ery. 1>Sheriff. L. ALVAREZ.and Standard Time- -"ed-Jlar 15"i89olT

: who) explained that die I law required better known to our readeis than to happily together a and woHt for one com for receiving excreta, unless Second Hand Pianos and Organs.Spend June :2.('. 1SW. Ex officio Administrator. I ::m I .Ot'TIH.RX; JJlH- : -

I 9 .supervisor of registration appointed ourselves. If elected he undoubtedly such sewer or leservoir shall be I 4'W'P)I 05 a I.v ernamhrJa Ar asr.p ,oo'i
ir wi mon end-to build up their country.There whom it Concern : .u pli :'a I.v Jnl'k"onvlJr
and make water tight be with one cent in a postal carJ and write for man- .i : l3'p "
in Julv. that this special. : I good is much ; shal permitted : valuable information. !| 7ypi11aVv' r'ullllhllAr HOp Gwt
one thing very needed.. All jicr-on* are hereby warned not to trust my :! .. P lallwii .
r meeting was called. liter consultation in tftfcct any well or source of wife. Mary Hopkins on my account as from this 10 10 p i I.' p A r Ar li.k 5 p 5I a
of the East and one. Jhal$ \\i go far toward bringing I ,A. U. CAMPBELL. ilebts of hers will he aid t tTHUS. k Stark.Lv 11 4 a 3 f8 a
t t. vith tfcje prominent men .of Uie The annual register \tel ( for drinking or cooking day on iu i> by me. 11:11' 2Sp.\r IJawlhor LvIIIt 2i9&
this: place more into prominence and that I A. I1opais.juiy2.ith j jWATCHMAKER 121ta; 3fSpAr cimra :

county, for the Imrposeof approvingfhe Florida Seminary State before Military is n large Jks-class: hotel. The man whohas purposes. : THE 1 TRAVELERS HOTELCorner 5- 11'9(1.. _. . lisa -I I: I>.\r iherprngs Lv1OiOt t40a 200a
Institute of Gainesville us. 4-:
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supervisor's bond, and hinged 3d. Every person occupying pAr Oeala Lr 9Uft 115a,
.r This i is tate institution and is conducted the capital #u-l foresight sufficient to ,, any Notice.VLL I'Oa( TOOpAr Homosaftsa Lv 7U)>a 330o
(I the authority for calling the special a ,remises in this county remove 4:1')11 hotel the hal Bar and Cedar Street, PHRONS INDEBTED TO TilE ES- 942p
of teachers that erect a on shores of this lake maa: 6)1'\1": 'faVAJ'l'i .
faculty J\
I f meeting the following by a from same .i iu |>au
upon passagein any (>f Thomas Sims late of Bradford OliCa i Hl'OnAr' P
t Acts of 1869, Ch. 389, sections are as good as can be obtained. will make an independent fortune. Therearc to health, and shall matti'comply dctlmental J JACSOXYII..I.lI IJlI..OUIJ.A. County. State of Florida (deceased will come ;"J 1 I 7 I TU'lJLV'i'rland'L."' 5 45 1300: p
( numlKT any fonvardand in ike immediate payment and all'' ; !I t4 T 4
f Each countis entitled free tuition a of 1 that could be
I 8 ,and 9, Laws of Florida: to 10CLlio.1 order from this board or by its authority persons hOhlrng claims against said estate wilt i-LI plJ.-raLv 5-5.' 1'sonTille- -Ar J I'(' S
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I. .SECTION 8. In the month of July or b to the number of its represent obtained 11.1 Ihe'lJ best of terms forhotel A NEW BRICK HOTEL having nil the comforts present them duly authenticated, within the oil p 101'5) a Lv F'rmudi.1.r 2 55 p t 8 TO a
p a
to in .
remove same or reference time required I by 1:1or this notice w lUbe pleadin ( .Opll.'OaLv i '
01 won thereafter as practicable in the year atives. Bradford county always h purposes end any one of them would to of said of the more expensive hou es. Convenient bar of their rt'cm'ery. N. M. 8LANTo n4jpl.35pLv (HIlh.lwiCAr 3I1ahar.r HOp /I;.V i i

A. D. ... awl every two years thereAfter sends two scholars there. The tuition b good. There :are three post offices on cleaning premises to all Depots and Landings. Especially adapted Hampton. Fla.,July 15,1./?t). Aduiini-jtr.itor. I 3iOa 5:tJ pLv Wiltiwocil Lv 10 II 35 2U p a 1110 S 13 a
4th.
I the Governor shall decayed animals fish to TRANSIENT BUSINESS. ----- --- -- --- 58a. I'
appoint subject Elegantly furnished TMpAr la.lcC'itrLv 655a 9.
a t to removal at any time by turn one competent is very small for those who have. to this lake-Kingsley on the north side,, oysters, shellfish, vegetables or fruits rooms, single or en suite. Tables good as the Notice to Non-resident! Defend) : ./j11l.0a 820pAr I'luntfiLf LiSa 820p I)

I discreet and fair-minded in pay. Ionia on the west and Lakeview on the shall bet. This hotel was built.furr i ished and operated unto 90 pAr Tampa Lv 5 00 a .:;0 1)
be
,. l each shall be person elector __ _. _ kept, sold or offered for sale as a $3.00 I\ Jy house. Rates are noreduced .!4PArTarponspringsLv 74 5 aXos. .
counly.'ho e. qualified south The mail passes these office each in this county.5th. to $2.00 a day, while the service is better than IN CIKCUIT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL 7 and 8 daily solnltcalna between Jack-
I ( thereof 10 be known as the Supervisor Now that the convention is over three times week. ever CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.IN AND FOR lI"m.iJle amid Plant I it y. Xos,3 and 4 has Pullman
: of Registration of Electors in slid coun- and Bradford has done her duty to way a No removal of buildings, or This is the ONLY ALL YEAR HOTEL BRADFORD COUNTY.IN chairs ai.d seeping: tars b&wrrn Jactsonville
a f There schools churches and Taiiipa.OA:: m
are and stores of low daily except Sundav.J .
Iy. lands
draining
I, the ; or AND ONLY $2 CO A DAY HOTEL IN 1 CHANCERY.
SEC. 9. The Supervisor Registration war state convention, it be- sufficient lo supply the wants of the pen be made between 'xca\alons I JACKSONVILLE.All To Henry Meinhard, Isaac Meinhard, Samul'll I_U I nlJ\1t: KEY I'. I HI.
nball keep the registration books of the 'owes the duty of the executive f'hal } citizens of Floriila, Mcinhant and Elias A. W.il, 11 :15 11 1Vk iHarkc. is short I are at home there. The
but drive and
a an I o and the
15th of
pl. May day Octoberin partners doing business under the firm-name 1005aLv l-frnaiuiin.x
o: Ar 2f5p
ruunty open at his office at least three committee to another convention omnibus meets all train Secure rooms by mailor '
days in each week from 9 o'clock a. m. to to nominate cal representatives for excellent selling market as well :as a good I any incorporated: city or towi 1 telcgl'aph.I You Meinhard are hereby, Bros.rt'quirCtlbd"& Co.: the first Mon JZ II :1.-P0,a pl.P"I.lwin I.v ( IlIlIhallr Ar122.i1.K0r p "

i? QI. and from 2 o'clock p. m. until 5 p. Time and cheap place to purchase goods. The without permission of the municipal I BURTON K. BARRS, day in September A.'IX Ib9< to answer plead or 2 05 pL'alllo \rIJl'a
this.county. is becoming limited Iriiinr to the bill in equity filed against in ;HISpAr Cl\nl'S\'jJI.: ; Lv 9:
Proprietor.J. YOU :
m.. from the first Monday in August until fishing and cannot be excelled in authorities thereof "
I having control of I _
hunting '
the second in in and the convention be S the Circuit Court. Bradford ( lunty. lo'lorirlab- 740pAr C VdarKy! Lv 50iaNos.
Saturday September sllUl a ny hart of the slat?. that matter nor in Theodore Edwards and Milton If. Kd War N. H and II .
.tL.I.f.1..1
trairn
any het
each year in which there is any general' called without delay. people Inincollol'- I hereby designate the Bradford County TELEniupa. ,TI"k"on"m..all,1,1010.! Wetrn
5 civet ion. fit arc ready and waiting. Let us have A hotel could not help but pay and pay I ted to .\1 or settlement DRUG STORE a newspaper published in said county,as F EItNANImINAAND: _SaWionnlOear: Keys. :

Now we. will admit tint there wasH the o'1'cntion, and not later than handsomely for the investment. There h permission of this board, Provided, I II lished the newspaper; and that t'said which noti'-e this notice Miall be.h'LII published rot put" t,no-_-I __Ii I --1 JACKhONV1LLRBR'tiT.----I --5---I--"IJ -.

S fcbadow of an excuse for the comimnfiSoner.s the first of September. J are ft number of fine orange and pear this shall lint interfere with the I four coiiM'ciitive weeks in said j paper prior to :rm a 4 1.1 1.l.v-'.J.icltsoimif.; Ar 8 50 a 2:5ii
the first Monday in I .
SrpfiuU-r A. ) 181H Ordered 11 (
:1;
to hold this special raeet- groves, uninjured by last winter's freeze ordinalcllh'atiol of land in farm I at cliaiuU-j>,,JulvJiuth." : 1140. 7Hp p _IIr Ar llrim rnai.dimi: wii-U' Lv Lv 7 15 a .iU 10j. >

::1 im J but the shadow is so faint that I Our county commissioners pay $30 on this lake as "'cl as peach orclmrds ing.Gth. __ K 15. RHODHS. (Sipned Judge ot, :JOHN-U Judicial F. WHITE.Circuit -Trans N. ::, tuTiaml Cl IIIIvolji u\iIrv4;v -

'I jj is J iai>l to sec, and many fail ..enflf a inx>r.th for a man to guard; the and vineyards. There is a sulphur spiing The rules heretofore adopted(I ( 'LL L21&'Lj( L1J ..LTh Cotuprs. Soi'r. of Floi i U.. each Brunswick direction.is vi.i Kcute>tntictr.l.etwf.-n i5let'ing-cl\r8 Ft'rnllnlinl8nol[ Eruns- ?
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ir3y J : seeing it. This special county jail, and when the has and many clear.: water springs. We may by the State Hoard of Health for --------- wick and Atlar.ta. <

I4 ,pweiig was held only a short time a prisoner that he is sherif getaway also mention that phosphate has been cBs vaccination fha1 be observed and I ; U. DNERTo --9 I I I \\LSTElNDtV'N I 2 I JO. ;
wi 7 M > .:311 t.v ..1wJ.m-m
I a
lJL'fol'cI. regular meeting, and the or one whop life may in co\ered in large (11:11ilies, Ildian c'nfJcec in county. $ 1 nL31lwill : Ar.7 5.0111'p :29p 41i833p P

bond could hate been approved just danger, the county pays his expense mound abound. Any person or physician :.J4 ra 1 a 211 J J5Jr.\r; Jtomll.I1. I.v 210p 7'I a

is well then as at a special meeting, to'some safer jail, and ) the coun- _'_ I receiving inforinotion or knowledge H Srt( a ::1111 p p.\r A r Trllhf.v:Quincy L v Vi j 23 ti,p p 5.3 43 10 n a i'

and it would have been just as legal. I t y commissioner refuse'e to the An Arkansas Shaker of the existence of any case of infections l0a> 40f pArl'iur.IuMtunI.vlt JOa 2I> a
repair 73 plOHpAr' lVniifol&
Lv
The registration officer would have :.< J."I.lll j any manner. '\'i4hl.' old a l fpIer. what's, the ratAr""Onl or contagious disease in this L. GASKINS, I 21'OaAr I .M'.) iJe Lvl240a 5ia :t!
agur
: been; a week later in opening his thought I would shake msfl gt'ahlJer.olten iny county, "hal immediately notify this: iEALEIL INDrus C 7: 30 0ar a Ar >M'-nrsome VwOrltanI.v! Lv 8 7 3i top( >l t

books, but u Jiat difference would The chairman of the county com hide.. board sain: *, and the premises: 227 a Ar I.MiUvillc.: 1\210 p a ,;.
that tnissioncrs "I've had 'em myself, friend; I tuk Dr where such exists :: & MedicineLStarkc Cr:i 2aAr ('illl'nnati I.v"M7'JjaAr \*
possibly have made. During docs not think because: a Westmoreland's Tonic and i I I :any case and the I. St. I.ou I:.. LV7.V p .
J the three days in this week that the; : person i is conducting a country newspaper never hail a shake.ralisaya" l persons there shall; he isolated m 1 FIat j1i' 11 ::11))1\ AChil'lIgo I v 3 50 p t.f
-
I books were open the registration of. Jie ha license to suggest that GOO advice to :friend who was shaking manner and 1 for such time as this Physicians' Prescriptions have Trains i'umllinanvesmmlnIi X(". 1.:. !i nun' '5 H sieving iiaiiv! Xos. 11111112- t c.

ficer says that not ;i single' personapplied" I the honorable body are misappropriating } i is implied in the friend's reply. No h board may order, subject always to < nuiiilu1 I vil e to Cincinnati and New('i I.-ar.s.cars raHenp'r Jatk'uh-
case malaria haH ever been found that H Cnmi> at all Jiotirx-ilini Tiif''it coach tol'tnsacnl.i and FI..J\\.i!inn, )
5' for registration. The probe J public funds. I b'allies its curative i powers and one physician the order of the State Hoard: of -ANDSTARKE.- I: '0- ISUWA N K:KK1: VKI lit it:1'ET"7"?i .

abilffjes; are no one will apyly for a I '1' used it MIClllSfuly in the Healh h or State Health Officer. -5 'v' : .i4)p) 7-'iOaLv: JUlk"oJliHr 7.rOp ti.1I ,

.5 month yet. The idea of the county 'fhe county commissioners want it treatment typlioid IO\'lI'. only: No goods or articles! liable I to THE BRADFORD COUNTY BANK 'J'T') .,..a .j1&- ; 835p. 8 I 18aLv Raldn-in Ar 70ip 535 .
?1 a bottj and one or two bottles will l in ;> p 953aLv IjikcCity I.v r 17p 33Sa ,
pommissioners being above us common distinctly understood that no person stop the fever. 1m v it of W. H. Rivers transmit disease shall be allowed to FLA. M4tlp ll (5a .\1'vn"pfr 44.Ja .

people, whose servants they are, must criticize their actions,: that Ifbe .--_ be removed, from the where STARKU, FLORIDA.Poe.s '1weinlattentiomm Riven to repairing Watche 8'1 01*la a 121-SiOpArVactn> pAralitosta t 01 a '
Il'emis's 7
is ridiculous, and that they can not doC hp wjll bo publicly repri Low Rates For ImuilirraiitN.At :any case(' of ctinu'; It
be akel to cXJlain a public action manded. Henceforth the TELEGRAPH the last meeting of the SouthernPassenger disease l ; exists, except on such terms I bought amP! sold on ill I I pl'n- at-- lrit.'f"F {I sU-epinscars. ]. a.Hand btvfnJacksoreVille HI liall,. cr-l: has Pullman :-

l/o more ridiculous y& t. The TEUqitArii > man will be as meek as Mo*es. I I association, on motion of I the :t S may be provided fur by said State; : 'ipil cities of the United Stales and ,,. II. RIVERS j f I Maron to all points lu-ith and ".t't t,and .Iccin;' "J. ,
S. F. W. railroad, the following talc Hoard Ticket office KV.. Ray strpr; com:r lIo un. \
took tile position, and still 1 & I l & of Health, the State Health \ 1C:u rope. Depot foot of HojranMreet. Jacksonville. p'

; !'maintains$ it, that the extra session The Snb-TroJica1's maiutpc: is were adopted: OftVt'r, or I this I: t board: ; and any persons Collections Promptly Attended To. r-DE.\LEJ IX- A. O. MacDonnell, .,

was needless; that its cost to the dead. ol'ie's at Immigrant rates, at 1} cent per mile i knowing of atich removal 1 hll! D. Maxwell Gem,. Mnnacer., .- 0. ?. &. T. \.

county-about &30-is a total loss. traction is now gone. no\e\r, if I travecd. and home-seekers at one limited report same to this Ilal'cl : VOUK IJL'MMCSS SOMCITICD.J. I Shoes:7a N. S. Pennington Traffic f! i-

We have no desire or intention, to the Metropolis of that city gets up fare for lire round trip; extreme limit 30 3 9th. No human remains shall h.. ; M. SKIDLK, Pies't. a tS:7 j Walter G. Coleman Jlanusrer., Gen, 'fraffie> Agent. .

S comment upon the honorable body its monkey show, the city wilroL- cUys from all I )points i in I the I territory (f removed from any place of interment I X. W. HAC'KETT' '". Olothio..g it

just because we happen to publish a ably not suffer.Kemmler the association, other than Georgia, South in this (county ; or brought iiuo i -andGents' I TriEBESTSPRlNGMEDICINE i,
.
county paper; but we do iutend to Carolina and .Vlabama, to all points I in this county for burial without permission I
criticize public acts of who was sentenced to of this Furnishing Goods. I
public servants death in New York Florida I hoUI
when]) necessary, because we state, was executed Tickets to be on sale three dates: in Sep- :10th.i The same and health Bcwa'e of so- :Ied Lfrerlte-u- i
by electricity O \V tember. three October in November i- statistics and lanors, I'almJ, c'c. All are Ir.iita- DRY GOODS & NOTIONS i
arc publishing a county newspapsr : Wednesday :1 two information shall! 1 be I tiODS of"'I" O'inal Meditine, pt on : INTHEWORLDISAS S
r and because we have a right to do morning. This i is the first t and one in December. In addition i 1 furnished) this hoard by all boards | the market Ionij after it\\as ttt..l.lishcd: .
the law has the above the lines all and sold cn its this ,
new been brought over the north and reputation. 1 ake
ep. Our board of county commissioners force. into west were. asked to place on sale at I and officers :ami persons i'l this county with 'ou.cnildcm-.r.J t'.ie: orisrinul, which; Having jn>t received large sttwk of .

are good men and men ol points on (their line*, I tickets at the came al t charged by the rules of State A.hsln:1 S.mrr.ons\:' <:ra;tie!i an Ir >t nt pictuie,and these( f Dr.vordsontopof M. I Ihe ubove jioods. wc arc pri'piirerl to supply -

: great judgment; but the coat must ---- I rates. Hoanlof Health with such duties as C -Cil! iou LleluHI rack-It e:..Trade your wants. Give us a call ;mind iuspel -

4 liaye !iitieij! pretty well last week, or ha\'car.l1lhe (ountics in the "tatc We hlclo our pat t heartily to keep are furnished said) State: Board of lark 1'icture Ki-Mst-red AutugToph.Nov., Call>i-tmg n of. 1843.Name' 1 our -roods before Imj-in cNf liere. 'i
their : the ( the and lIVERS A JOINER
they would not have been flcls erore public webelieve : ,
so 1llrlscnt.
very Iealth A SPftlNG
Now
atn''s. Bradford the of the state and
indignant about little entr press 1 All births and deaths :iuia23 STARKE. FLA.
a newspaper hurl)' up and do likewise. the Bureau If Immigration will do the oon MEDICINETOCUREANDTONE

editorial. If an official does right t, -- same.We J'uIing in this colnt: Cutstlc!! of.. Hasfor.47 ycas cureJ 1Dr.YsTxo.J, The IVoiie-Surli Straw'berry.--.V New j'

he does not care how much his acts Congressman Bullock. has want plenty of tourists and I tourist incoiporntftl cities, shal be reported l : BILIOUSNESS,( ostlvr iaSIYsPmP5iA, Variety, a aid how Obtal. d. UP THE GENERAL

arc discussed, but if he is in the whole of useful information sent usa hotels hUllley arc not. Florida. The ii: to this board within \ days Ithe 1 SIOK ota Jlr.AUACHC S &ou'tcu, ,Jvow I.oS SPIRITS o? APPETITE, FOUL, About fight years ago .Mr Urninard: AILMENTS OFTHE

'rong-1t6w quick ho will kick! for library) Irc t'Jorich: attending physician, masc- or Iieadtloptitl : HutATh, COLIC, HlC.Dr. Mitchell and family settled nt Hampton SYSTEM..TAKE
\'hi\!we arodulv t tbauft.I.. --- t .I.. : _. .._J..,K._ Crtves: ,.Edi'or ot The Safttst, S iu I this county bringing with them a
"If ,
hoot into a flock of birds I I "- ; Tern. ', rr .1 ,
yon v .iv ark-
-a-- "' Mr. John {Cari-enlrr, of Gootllano1', Tiid.1 : u.nya I quantity of plants and shrubs among .

those that are Lit will flutter." Ocala i is making great preparations L i- says: "I tried Cliatuberl tin's Coil!k.' July 21 I ISftO. I I t'hiifcfit. \\'Lich"tA; i ArlJtck's: of strawbeiry life
.
Cholera
-- to receive the delegates on the and Diarrhosa Remedy, for dianhouand T. .J KURKI.V, !I no better Liver Re-ulat'.r, and certainly name of \viiicfi lie WitS ln.I tlWe! to find S : S
severe and in* S S
The TKLEGRAPII has cramps, pains m'e ct Zeiiin's mi.ture.SimmonsMvdiciseCo..
adopted a 13th. Pres. Bradford of Health. I out. This plant S2cmctl from the first to
the
and bowels with the "
.
1 rule, not from choice but from necessity ---- I result stomlc'h In the worst cases I never bet bad .\'- POWEI.I"1.: '-)., ,Fropr's, flourish aiid in season produced s ich

and that i is, that candidates The Six New-. iaie.- I to give more than the third dose to effecta Sec Bradford Couuty Board of Health. a !huge quantity of excellent berries that

must positively for their At the I cure. In most cases one dose will do.; Approved: t they proved to be a great treat to the
b pay announcements : > ext presidential election six rBpsides its otIt.r jrofxl <|IuhItIeM it il H. P. DAM EL, I I family and neighbors fur sevi ral seasons.

in sch' ncc. For the new states now that Wyoming and Idaho pleasant to take/' >aml 50 cent bottl A5 Pres. State Board of Health. Mr. Levi Jonhs having piocured a few

I four years that the TELEGRAPH I has: are admitted( to the Union will ho icpres- for sale bv W. II. llivcra. I Notice. plants through, his schrol children obtained -

i IKHMJ under ."-'- "What kept. you. my daughter, at service the first season so yield that
its present management cnlct in the electoral college. They will I) BY VIRTUE OF AX ORDER MADE BY THE great a
: it ha been liberal Are They 111 politics? I so late? Honorable Wm. F. Malphurs, Judge of the; he was induced to save all the plants for
very with can<]i- cast uint.teen'ole. At the Jat.t election The following resolution was, Sweet Imogene's father said. County Court in and for the County of Bradford., the next season, :and succeeded in planting -Il
dates as well as others, and oftenhave the electoral vote was 401. of which wihoutn ''Whenever you go with Kcprolnto State of Florida exercising probate powers one-eight of ,
23 dissenting voi<'c. adopted at the last young dated August 1st.A. V. 1S90, appointing UP the afouL an acre, from .
we been imposed upon. Now were cast for Harrison and IQS for Cleve. meeting of the Santa Rosa You never get back to our garden gate undersigned as commissioner to sell the follow- I which the neighbors used largely, besides( L.
,:; wo may state, for the )benefit of land. county Ililnle: Till every one's gone to bed." ing real estate belonging to the estate of Wni. J. selling about $35 worth to Mr. lilanton:
lliow who do The sure republican vote was 183, Resolved, That it is the duty of every ;I. Griner, late of Bullock County, Georgia, dc- I the railroad agent at Hampton. Mr. Johns -.S-- or
not realize the fact and "The ceased situated In said Con ty of Bradford, aud
Harrison carried the two doubtful alliance member to attend the beat meet sermon was tedious, his! daughter deseribt-dasfollovs: The southwest of slill attracted by the gieat profit and wonderful i 1'yslcmns endorse 1*. P.F. a &(pSnitM cotubinailnn.
that
the
TKMLGIUPU is not replied quarter and prescribe It with frrnot >&tl fiic<3<>n ftir tfle rvrv*uf
run just states of New York Indiana : section tw'enty.four, township eight south. of! productiveness of the all t'trinn nmt .
and having and to urge their farmer neighbors 10' beriy refused .Ti'-n*<' f primary. Sgymdary >n 1 fur the fun of it, but is the means of a combined ing "The preacher was dull and grim; range twenty-two east (S',\)4{ S 21 T 8 S K E), to sell the plants. fur which he had[
vote of :n I At the
of half dozen next etc C- likewise in order that alliance men, Till the end of tin service we lu.d to bide! contaiijirgoue hundred and sixty acres more or and many
4 Mipport a persons. Its lion 1e94. Now by virtue of said order I will.II applications, together with his SOIl-
five of the at
rtdvcrtlKing, columns arc our stock i in new states, it is claimed by or those friendly to the order. may be But the longest wait"and sweet I IlIO enc( I II public auction in front of the ourt house door! in,law, Mr Thomas Dya!, set out nearlyall

\\i i trade and have the republicans, will go -epublican. Montana ,- chosen as delegates to the county conventions. sighed I. in the Town of Starke in the saM Cou ty of Brad the plants obtainable'! This year (their
a value just as sure' Was caused bv the parting him" ford, on the first Monday in September, A. 1>.
I ly as the, merchant's shoes they conc'ece to the democrats. The II shall be the duty of these isa), it being the first day of said month and a last season) they are more than satisfied
or bacon, *'s del-I -N. y. Herald.; regular sale day, the aforesaid described lands. with their calculations such shipments
uro vote"
republican
thus
be i increased
far .
and the failure: \11 egates, as as possible, to select for I
to collect! - belonging to the estate of said decedent. Said obtaining the highest prices and not losing ary "yphlll.1 Srii.IIILi. 1''ouDaI.
payment Scrofulous neora
I for an advertisement is loss to 198. The total electoral vote I state and congressional conventions such I What the Home Folks think. real estate sold for distribution among the legal a single quart on account of imperfect I ,'ui,, Sore ,Giiii.tqlsursoiurig.! 1I"1umatl.m.11allrla. ,
a as When lieir.i and distributees and for the payment of the ci Ch-nvie t'l.e tInt Javc v.k i.5 .1)
much to our business as it is to the will be 420 making 211 necessary)' to a who belong to the alliance, and whoseduly opinion of the prophet ranks hi<$li in the expei ses of the administration of said estate: berries or otherwise which was III great
merchant choice so that the republicans will 13 it shall be to labor the HIS OWN people, he is a prophet Terms cash purchaser pay Ing (for titles. contrast and exception to their neighbors
to fail 'to b I fo nomination indeed. You
got pay for his immight. inquire of every ROBERT KEITH who were sliinnin'r Xoonin's imnrovi-il.
i oodx. short of victory. But in order to win of alliance druggist in P. P. Aug. H 1, 18'JO. Commissioi.er .
; : Defeated candidates are almost men, n those in .ympthy Poke P's. (Prick, Ash, .-- Mr. Johns and Mr. Dyal have the -f only-I
I
always low pay AH cannot they must carry ,.New: York or Indiana or I with the alliance, to legislative eec- root you and lAight Potassium find )OXK honle that city andposHiMy 1-Notice of Incorporation.-- : patches of the kind at Hampton and have

; be elected, thus t oitie must be de one or two states which went democraticJIt utive positions. OUt Of CdStOr nit or suit*. Kf.nnn or mniitia was IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER iii>w, June 20th. an agreement wilh the !! W

feated; KO don't think it hard if election. From present indications The above leaves every alliance man but not single Ulan of them b'lItciuld; 1" an act of the legislature of Florida entitled 1 shipping :agents at Hamptou: Messrs MN.lilantoi. Skin Dlm-mirH. ....D.a C.fonlc t.ro.le Com- -,:,
we
demand the cash tliu republicans not be able to free, nnd yet binds him to attend the supply P. p. P.lIc'h is the local repu "An Act to provide a gl'neralla' for the incorporation ''I and Williams Bros fur all plalnta.F.P.t.llorcnrlal l p..i'..".Teller *'_JObe* in par- "a poTTfrfTil
carryall tunic
of
railroads
advance for arid anol us
canals' exceDent
a U. tation of thin infallible blood and all acts their Lei rits, anti arc now npltl--
ty caucus. If he is picking this
democrat purifier
a he :
the "sure republican tatcs". and Indiana wi and amendatory thereof the undersigned have associated -
nouncements. poison expellant. Hundred week ten crates from *
take part in Lbs democratic testify themselves about one
and New York caucus; together under the name of acre
arc no to Hit
-5- I longer considered efficacy. Your nearest The Starke and while the Noi>ninn's
Uu republican, in the republican caucus. druggist Sampson City Railroad Com improved have long 'J't
doubtful. but
The Klui-klioMcni of the Uradford: demociatic.M It does not bind the republican has it. I any. for the purpose of building owning operating since failed. The plants in the patch le- .

County Ili ;lj School have succeeded Another- Florida Industry.- man to vote for the remnr/t. ulllic- CORNS, WARTS: AND KUMONS, between and aid maintaining city of Starke a railroad anti for Sampson public use)., ferred to will average one foot high and

in jftiiig| their arrangements for a The Tamp" Journal .Mr. \'ers.: but each member il own party Removed quirk 1 valid, surely by usi illgIJIltt'8 in Bradford County, Florida one and n half I feet across are j in a lion'- 'r.
: J.
hchuol in tllc'er best SIn C. Is in duty bound by the above East Indian Corn Paint. COMFH L. PEn: Miing condition nut! loaded with fruit

Tbl'han' condition. )Ic1alit showed us to-day :roll of mat to take an active par In reiollwr This -5- I JOHN jAiitsS.J. (GASKISS BAILEV. and bloom. Mr. Ujal thinks that: his tar Ladle,bnildin;up tho gyst'in ,.1 11... '.t.'

house let the contract to havethe ting made fol the salt marsh glass with every farmer has a right to do and thould Inquiries are being mad alx-nl the Starke, Fla.. August l'90.AugS patch I from its appearance: (producing fruit 13 In in Impure wtiiaa c ajbtenw.n..

thoroughly) repaired and which our sea coast and rivers : lined do.-Milton Clarion. hardiness of the camphor tree. Mrs. \t\'. I 3m :Mnce December) might be kepi in success
plastered. They propose to make a which was manufactured U ---4SDuring '- Van Darn of Day tonn, has a tree some I ---- -' -- -5 fill bearing the entire year. rtd
buildjujf by order of II. the epidemic of fifteen feet in height that Notice. The Nonesuch slruw berry which V:'. .
cbool as comfortable as i flux in this hits ben unin name ,
B. Plant for c.
the
ill the state. Not \nlllhe purps of demonstrating county lat summer. I hud hard work to jured by the freeze. The tree i is of slow All persons indebted to the estatt' of Henry F. this new-variety hu lately been given- J
any only what be do keep of I York a re hereby notified to come f>rward and is UiMtier
i can De line. a supply Colic growth and no spccIIincome a jKrftet producing "
is i Chulberlaiu'l he solid firm
.j building and fixtures be the I as ChoWa can '!cr- settle the same and all persons having claims s.
most and
neat and Diarrhoa )v on hand ived from its berry of supeiior flavor
pliable as any Remedy growing.hlc from its against the said estate are required to present with less acid
comfortable but the be matting we ever People often cauie ten \' miles benefit them, than the :,
facultyvill and in as an insecticide you must ohmt I duly authenticated within the time required Noonan's. and we believe it will (ts _1.'"
saw, ; are
selected \ouh prolwbly oullnst other the night to get bottle of the for by law, or this notice will be cnllmrlT bunriltfil bv the nn.l.rful ionic*nd "
in bir
with the greatest oare. The any I I Remedy. posterity. I. of their plead prove to be it great tribute to the strawberry blood cleannln ur..pwrt.es ofl*.p.r.rrlckJj Ash PoM ;
tcrviceit of matting \ on the market, as the : nl\'e been selling patent meiolne.for I recovery.. W. T.WEEKS. I interest of Floiid.v.h. K'w'tnd P..t.im :1 "I
Prof. ,
G. P. havealready the last --+-- Aug. 8 lf 9I> '
J-ooney grass is very tough ten years and fld has 1 I __._ __. lIIinistrator'l o'. GAUDIXKU. LEVI JOHNS
better :: nerU TIJOM\S tit
was Wltta.
satisfaction
Jn-fu engaged ru principal, ancllrg' .1 given cases of di- ; I DY.H"1..
mill ihiu alone will guarantee the noted in ( JOlrnal the mar- arrhoea and flux, ban any other med Wo desire to say to our citizens that i i WILLIS A. BALL X. BKANTO.V. WILLIAMS Iuos.! .. '
Learning of :
ketlns of this grass icine I have ever handled.-J. II. Den- for years we have been selling Doctor the many attractive qualities -
largc.t school I Starke Fla..
probably
that Starke had. wil ,
uf
pro
ever ham iheabovu-dehC'iLcd '
,
Goleonda King's :Sew
,
of the druJgist. Tope III. Discovery for berry, winch +w
one
Prof. Jx>onev has national chie sources of revenue of this \' of c. Hon, Dr. I have seen lit to
a reputation -I K-riion. .e bottlts this remedy were Kiu 's New Life COU"lI1I11I'-1; I Jl.U'HIXIST AM) JXVEXTOK'i' name Nonesuch, I have
as hone to sec the matter sold in that county during the len's Arnica Salve .purchased Ihe entire rinht
an educator, which will draw investigated and epidemic and J patronage from abroad but it is the t Awl couldn't developed immediately. referred to. I was a perfeot success and and have never handled remedies that plants and will deliver them to parlies LIPMAN BROS.
Proprietors, -
why factories he built and was th' only lemedy that did cure the sell a* well, or that have given Mich Fine work and MODELS OF INVENTIONS a I who may want them in T7KOl4i:3AI :
intention of ) the quantities: from DHUO0ISTS.
the matting
corporation to do a manufactured right here? worst cases. Dozens of there universal sati' rlletiou.Vo do Specially. Swui to above address for 100 to 5,000
Mr. persons! not hes inforruation. : plants! at a mobt Lippman Elac Sjtt'AKKAH. G.t \
great deal of No cit- Plant's efforts to direct the will certify that it saved lives. itate to reasonable
advertising. attention In guarantee them everv time, and aug'Mt price My rbject in this i U \
izen of Staike should be found tight- of foreign capital and our home people us, four otherepldeOlc of bowe1 complaints we staim re dy to refund the purcha.se - S -._ i welfare ot the ItlOI e for lire
this strawberry
this well, to the mines of un,! remedy been eouallr successful. price satisfactory result do not follow' i "bir," -\IIllhe;i 1 man to his state than growers of tbe
fur
joung
ing institution it alone will be velopo14 25 and j emitp103tr. ; self
; lying ctrnt bottles I their aggrandisement
unno\it'all around 5 for sale by W. II. use. These remedies have I "I I aud
won t thought nu'srht take
the I ther- :profit.
worth rcserv Rivers. i Correspondence
thousands to Starke as an ing of praise. I jAsageneral their great popularity purely on their j ty of reminding that sulicitelt
you : you i-d
promi> to
Factories merit- S. F.
advertising medium. matting can be ) all I liniment for sprainu and -- -- i Starke, Fla.
5- i : "Certainly I've
: ah.i.g the
bruUes got two collector : Price
It. would be a very nice thing if of Mexico if the demand f.ir the .. deep settled or for or rheumatism muscular lame back, One hundred hands! are at work on the i now, and am just t going ovLnto the bunk out I 1,000) by express 2.0 ; 100 plants 50 cents;
plants
$
i is
ittute product sufficient, The pains. Ciiamnher1In' Klorid.i Midland ; IO.QQU plant.. $iJ (llC(;
f : and to and l
could have another railroad h supply ( grass' Pain Balm is For sale Georgia road; !, which I! try gel my note discounted' Just
.
ilt ny \\', II. Rivers, unrh'ale i I was recently surveyed from Valdonta via !I keep cairn and Ill iai be it somehow if TIlE: TELEGRAPH xiTvSl.oo
11 I (>
[ 1 Madison to Dendiiun's, bI\. have any sort of luck"- Washington Po-t ,
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) ;,, ESTABLISHED ,, 1877.' BR/DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.I i 'Tis! Puts now on the his anxious sweetest candidate. smile I l OCR COl'NTV CONVENTION I Attorneys shake How for They monry.Shake. I- ANXtXC'I'\I': 'S.FOI .

i I And team with eyes Unit supplicate. Ten Uoodlooklntr Going To CIIIII'clrhllkl' anti nnn. I : SIICIHFP.The :

1 ; I I On voters all the while. I Oral No Instructions Given ;: With girls it is nuTi-Iy ln'iiey. I friend. of I'liny .-* 4'ivw .announ.

1 J 1.6 t ALVAREZ Starke, 'Ia.. Aug. 8, 1890. : But. when the dread election day To Delrzate : But no one shakes CHi fu >. I him as a !\it"Ile ritnili.lile lor the otHrt
Promptly nt 11 o'clock (sun time) on I
I Ha" settled douhts and fenr I .)f Sheriff in and t..r III.County sit Brif-
IVI1 pass you by. just. in the way I Tuesday morning JIijor Joseph L. Hill I Your sisters jrinb: 3011 loiintl !the n fk lord State of PI"risi; -,. and rxx-tfnlly

Local affairs. !, lie did in former years! I as chairman of the county executive com In a sort of rough and tumble.The solicit for him the sutlnirt. of his i ftllow-
: while they calmly proceed trick Clti7.en.s in the comingit'etlon.-
t There will be several housesin mittee. ca'L'd the county convention to
new
Y and
Jones Sells Shoes. >u. you never grumble. \IANT FlMKMM.
Starke this winter. order. announced the object of the meet

;. DEALER irsrMILLINERY It may rain or it ing and relIhe call of the slate and congressional The preacher; takes your tiny fit; Plot lull !Hotr..
j may pour, The Guards' dinner
but JONES sells Shoes. on Tuesday convention after which he In both his brawny p.ins.: Our ulisi rid convention w.s ht>M on
And it off nt thetit
netted some over, 40. yanks square
made of his famous little July 31. and our delegates were ek-ctetl by
Merchants May puff and blow one speeches Without. apparent can-so.
but Jones sells Shoes. The yonnt folks had a jolly hop which are alwayslntereMing to the democracy blur.lt'r electing thiiltlegHteJi.! lon

I in the Armory Tuesday night. of Bradford count-. He sad; that The politician shakos with all I A. Crosby made it forcible""pet-ch exp'-ain-
They may kick Blaine out of Till ready for hiC'>flln: the difference ami' ,'iT.-,'i uf delegatinggoing
: / the cabinet, but Jones sells Wills! & Owens will have a veryneat the time would soon be here for the l'm-I The poi-t don*, shake hamU at iull. : ing .

I shoes. grocery store when finished. ocratic party to select! a chairman of But he !gels ihen- well-roil 1 often. "lluin"rruclel' .and 'ir..tmct"II"an
Anhland Pres4. concluded by calling for 1.s -
(Xl'CulicnmmiUt'e and thnt he was willing pr&Iion
"1 The republicans may pass the The council have rented rooms I :, from I lie citi/cns. N'"t e tavoicd
"
: to withdraw at time and follow (Candidate' and Newripwper.
force bill but Jones sells shoes. for tin* city hall over J. G. Alvarez' any Maxwell fur supr me judge. :.nd liloxhamfor
.' 41 some other good reliable democrat or he Evidence of kickiiiir against. lining so comptroller otlieis Huntt.il him U) gihigiier >
store.
j i They all build fine houses, would not refuse to act as such good much lire of charge; by editors for candidate ; they \\ould gladly support lllox- '

J'. BUT JONES SELLS SHOES. Hon. B. y\\Williams: and con, of kader himself if democrat so wished. i is apparent t Ihroiigliont the state lli hil tor 15. s. senatormle they would.
I if bat ikih.nuc.
", When Gaskins gets to be governor Providence were in the city this He then announced the convention readyto i is :\ fact tint editors( do more for the ehe-! erlt'h'.laI meeting WI"l.t'y urderl'unity and (quiet amihhrmony

: IN THE LATEST NEW YORK AND Jones will sell shoes %V iek. proceed with their organization.; L'pou tion of candidates than any other class of II I and goixl prtvalt1

John D. Johns and E. P. Ward motion Joseph L. Hill was made chairman men, and some of these same candidate, Theic i!a determination ( / n!
; PARISIAN Congress will unseat Bullock I t to di.their IK-J.I to pUce only such me.i in
STYLES. and E. olected. contribute dolKir
of Litesville: were in the city to the G. Hill of Law Icy, .secretary. after never one will
ciall position as try to remedy ex-
JONES STILL SELLS SHOES.See coil v elition. Credentials were handed in and all districts in patronage or speak a word of coiuinriiilulion !I ot ('VI and ullord n'llf

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'1 \\U'C represented except. Talesliue. in payment for what they h ve. IUUJ )( F. Muour.
our reduced on Gin .1 What has become of the __
prices : ordinance -
I goat A motion was made and carried that one received. A few can be found bestowingtheir
hams. Trilby, iStcrnburg & Co. : ? Goats are getting to be-a SCnH1h, a Ship.
delegate be selected from each: district and beagle legal patronage: upon a single !
!IA Great Display of SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, and ORNAMENTS Prn.ted Lawns 4c per yard at nuisance in town. ,I I. three for the county. at large. The delegates !- I paper in a cuuntwhcn perhaps half: a Inquiring lV>y-la, what d sailorr

Bangle Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair Ornaments TruLy, Stern burg & Co. We aided in and I'U by scuttling a ship?
are promised a lively time this as selected were as follows: I dozen equally: his election
iVi worried over family )
( ixpenses-
Styles to numerous, to mention. Milk shakes at Meaciiamg. winter. There will be a great many Lawtey. district No. 1, E. \i. Hill: Lake hud perhaps one of these opixised it Ill Fbey. wean, my son, tuat they put a big

T % A full line of paints and oils at visitors into thr. state. Butler district No. 2. John Croft; Palestine would have been defeated Gicenhorn* hole in it like the one.which Bridget's

Truhy Stern & Co. district No. 3. Jos. Townsend Providence in of the drawbacks tote I made in that last of coal.
burg If Mayor Adams had the authority !: ; politic! an one scuttle has ton
;, Swiss Embroideries, Plain and Embroidered Hem-stitch ] .
HaUlburgs Lemonade and soda water at he would Ita\ e the town as neatas district No. 4. John Osteen; Pine demociatic party in FlorM.i. If they : -New York "Weekly.

ed Suits Leno Skirtings and Van Dyke Laces, Queen's Lawn, Meacliam's."PartiiT' wax in puort oider. Hill! district No. 5. John 1). Johns; were versed :in the art they would! striveto Altogether Tu> FI.

1 India-Linen: Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn and cigars atHeiberger Starke. district!: No. 6. Hon. J. L. Gas- make friends of all and enemies of As the train left D.yton. southbound. ,

t';: : Nainsooks, Solid and FancyStripedSattcens. I & Richard. The Bradford County Guards kins: Hampton district No. 7, J. II. none. The Brooksville News strikes the theconductor came into smoking car

have received their arms, and a hap Moore Henry Fotuz. W. T. Weeks and' nail ou the head in the following: : with a cry of, "Ticlets., pleaS* ami a
square
:: Take Meacham's for
., your girl to a pier lot of boys is hard to find. there was one fresh he
cool drink. 1. W. Pinliol:-ter for the county at large. Candidates pay livery men for the use!: I only passenger
French! aitin: ; Real anil Linen Cliambrays, NunWeiling, temperance State and county tax will be Iii This is as good-looking a lot of men ascii of their tfiimR canvassing. pay speakersfor walke directly to him. This new ar
Bargains in ladies' and misses'low from the farm. and in
nothingof
was
their time and hotels for
lIenriettas, Side- and.Snitillgs, etc., etc. mills this year, and not a dollar ot ii well l he selected [lOin this or any otti expense pay
iJ shoes at heir I/ nnl. pay striker to work for them, a hurry.

: The Largest. XJ of Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. that for repairing the county jail. er county, and their appearance at Ocala 1)8) the bar keepers for whiskey! to treat "What's.up, L.urneU?* he asked. w thaconducted
XLO
: All kinds of drinks at Air.! John W. Osteen, a pi eminent will have :very great \\cight. A motion t their friends mid supporters ..r. t Iht).-
: I/iiwaster, Saccarappa and Ameohkag Ginghams ever brought South. A Meacham's, opposite temperance post office. alliance man and a probable candidate } was made that the' delegates a so attend their want for farmer. supporter or other' loan friends money in n to light help "Ticket, sir?"
I ; "Yea u she time?
,
beautiful lin- of CHALLIES at 8 cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and Hams shoulders butter for the legislatuie, was in town the congressional convention oil the 14ih. place. but one of I these candidates rarely "Yes." on
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sausage Theic little conUntion in the
this week. was very ever thinks of offering the newspaper man
ORGANDIES. cheese, etc., just received by I "Going right to Cincinnati?"
convention and everything passed: off very anything to advocate the cml1i.ial'IIISt' ((- "
: THE COMPLETES LINE OF1Children's Wil\!!' & Owen yr. anti :Mrs. J. L. F razee have nicely and everybody is well pleased ; on the contrary the democratic paper "Yes. Ticket i you piease."I .**
returned from Pablo beach and have is expected to t;.ke up the part- candidate had a ticket but-. Hay. how'awheat "
Misses' and Ladles' Hose ever offered to the trade Have you tried Sweet Home flour? with the selection imule. "
and him In looking the line?
moved into altcrri1l8' house \%hoop position for pure along
I in Starke. Ladies' Ribbed Undervests in every style. Parasols, The sales are increasing every day. Walnut street. new Bradford County High School. patriot ism and love of the pxrty. This i i" "Give me your ticket."
The best trade it. For sale on
ntep by all wrong the newspaper man's work is "Wonder where I it? Ueea much
f Fans, Gloves, etc. Brown and Bleached Cottons, Table Linens, Tho incorporatnm: of the Bradford County put
Heiberger & Richard. Orange trees are looking remarkably worth as much or more !than al! the others rain between here and Hamilton this
Towels and Towel Crash Summer Jeans High School held a meeting on Tuesday
Doylies and he should lie well
Napkins, put togclb'r.llli paid
\\ have month Feller
e reduced our 12Cl.nt well tnis yeal'. A great many ? was telling me yesterday
night at their office and organized a for his services.A ,
.p Cottonades. ginghams to lOc, and the lOc do. to have already outgrown the effects of; follow that he neer.-
with the
permanent organization,
8c. Truby Sternburg & Co. the freeze last Safe Investment. "I am in a hurry. sirf exclaimed the
; LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF SHOESIN ,_ I spring. ing officers: Hon. J. L. Gnskins! pres-: Is one which is guaranteed to hrillJ conductor.

Baby carriages' from 2.50 to $20 Our has been Col. I.. B. Rhodes moults, in ..'H
job department dent. vice-president, you satisfactory or case "Shoo! Haven't got any hay out at
THE CITY. at Truby Stemburg & Co.STOP rushed this week to its utmost getting J. Chas. Richard. Jr.. secretary, and Col failure u return pim-haha piieu. On the other end of the line, have you? 1
this sale plan can buy from our wvertised \-
Every one pleased and fitted. \v c. are sole igents for the world-renowned ANTTTTlIXK-That Wills out circulars and stationery for U. D Miner lieasurcr. This corporation dmiT you ist a luilt'e of Dr. I Ki in.jrs*" got caught once lat week, and me'n Bill

& Owens sell groceries as cheap as the board of health. are having the ceiling of the school house! New Discovery for Consumption. It i isuuaranteed had to work like nailer? t bat a thunderltrm.
t .TAMES MEANS $2, $3 $4 Shoe. I any house in the city. ceiled and have contracted to have the to bring; relief in ev 'rv east'. ."
Several of Starke's people enjoyeda plastering done. They also are asking! I when used for any affection ot Throat got a ticket h
l A FINE LINE Or CLOTHING GENTS'FURNISHING TO BE GIVEN AWAY, a nice fish fry on the beach of Sampson for bids to have the inside painted as w<:ll Lungs or Chest, nurh a-* Consumption "Hne"Of course.you *
present with every pound of coffee as the front. This school will be opened Inflammation of l.un4.! ItronehitisAsthma '
lake'edtie.day night. Fish was Then hand it over at once! I cau ,
: GOODS Trunks and Valises. Saddles Bridles bitof Wills fc Owens. in October and. will be first-class in every Whooping Ciuisli, Croup etc. '
you and delicious.A fool time here!?
plentiful very It i is pleasant and agreeabi" to taste, perfectly away my *
respect.
< Harness -the best Wool Collars always on hand. We wish to close out our stock of safe and can alwttvu! 1m relied up ":hul! Well, here's the ticket, and 1
parasols and sunshades!! and sell them "butterfly" sociable will be held City Father Hold a lYJeethlS Oil: Trial bottles!free a: the_Druggist. I want 1 receipt for it. Feller in such a

: FANCY GROCERIES A.SI) PROVISIONS of all kinds, HARDWARE at cost for the next HO (h's. Ladic, this evening at the Methodist par Council met August! 5, 1S90 Present. On the 1st inst.. began a general strikeof hurry aa you might dio suddenly. Lands!

i and :Farming Implements, Crockery, Tin and Glass \Vare, :Furniture let not this chance slip by. sonage. An enjoyable time is expected Gen E; PHC-, U I) Miner J M Truby and the sailors on the great northern hikes but what a hired man you would make

( and Stoves, aho sole agents for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING Truby, Sternburg & Co. lie; sure to attend. and W W adouted.Sapp.: Minute-sot I Report: of last committee meeting lead on Not. n sailing vessel! left any port on any for a week or two! Never had ono .whowaa
of the lakes and jut as fast as vessels in a Say if \'ou"-
f MACHINE-works button holes, sews on buttons and does every kind The ladies of the M. K church Our real estate:. men rcp) < rt the procuring a suitable room for council that me yet out make their appearance But Uu hurry.conductor the countryman -
will hold their ice festival in outlook I belter now than for good chamber and mayor's eon:t received. A wa glnt.
will
cream I they b* added to the 1M ot tied
work all for the other machine up. to with
same price as a a
f' of Fancy room was rented from J G Alvarez, over turne panwenger
Mr.\ Rivers' brick store every Tuesday many years. Inquiry about real estate The strik is due to ;i demand for higher look of his fare, and
his stole for $:)0)< per annum. Permit was u on continued -

; : r ICE COLD BUTTER AND CHEESE afternoon and evening until is coming by every mail. granted Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. to build wVoges :

cr further not il'l' Mi.es Annie ;and Mota Holt, of a platform scale on street opposite their We can and Do "That'n the way with these monopolies.They .
Tin Wills & Owen gins. Clerk instructed to have printed a Guarantee l Hr. Acker's Blood I-'i'dr. for not only want all your but
t.L the BEST GOODS for the least MONEY! ware at Jacksonville, :are visiting their many scrip book containing 500 stubsL.. C. it has been fully demonstrated LIt the ,I they won't treat you decent lonpv.after they
Always Jelly tumblers and fruit jars at yuting frit-lids in town. 'I 1 hey art Horn's request for permission to extend! people in this country that it i is uperior
git it. Reckon ) in on the 0.
.' --- ---- his of business referred ail other preparations for !Mood diseases 11 drop Ls
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------ --- ------ -- Truby, Sternburg & Co. the guests of )Ir!'. Capt. Jones. place to street to ,.
..t -w.A.NTS OFf committee. Ft iu-s and I costs of U J 1) Miner. It. is a positive euro for syphilitic the road when I get to town and hiiij;
\ t: The only *2 a day hotel in Jacksonville Senator Abraham Crosby paid us $3. and Roberts & CummingK :3, re poiaoiiintr. Ulcers, eruptions' nut pini- know that such conduct don't go down

is The Travelers.china a pleasant visit this week and renewed outlet Following bills ordered paid : |.les. It purifies the whole system and with a free born American."-Cincinnati


f Glas, and wooden ware his subscription. He says!' hecan't Morsrun Bros st-itrjiiury $ 95Mayor's : thoroughly'7 build.s up thin W.i.iistil II. HIVEHS.When tUlion.) Times-Star.
TRUBY STERNBURG AND CO lees {9} 011Clerk's ) .
cheap at Wills & Owens. do without the TELEGRAPH. I fees: I 9 25 :\h-.- -Thurman- --- -Wl\- inked the "tCha.klnc In 1tI..

Out stock of groceries will always }Mr. I<:. L. Odom, supervisor{ of Marshal's salary); 45; 60 other day if the fedcnl election bill i i- Marriages solemnized in Russia are not

be found complete. registration has an office over J. G. Witnesses', tees 9 75 likely to paws: the ll'lII\h'. he Ohio leader supposed as with us, to be made in
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-- Truby, Stctnbtirg & Co. TttLLuitAl'it: printing li 00J answered decidedly: "I must say that I I heaven. The manner in which they ant
I i Alvarez' stoie. He will be in Starke \Andrews, hauling 2 25 think it will be pushed through. It is a frequently brought about is simplicity

Ice l're31Jl'ery afternoon txceptTticsdays three days in each week to register Hill of T W Sweat. $33 03. for assessing significant fact that the leaders are endeavoring itself. Instead of the matrimonial agency

at Meacham's. those who wish to register.Rev. taxes approved for $20 and ordered puid. to bring Teller and other westeinsenators which has not yet the right ol'
They want to sell you yonr Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Wills & Owen sellV.. S. W's Adjourned to meet Aug. 7. 1890.!: at 7:30p. in line by the parly's :action on in Russia acquired, matchmakers
A. B. Campbell preached at m., fur the purpose of equalizing taxes. the silver bill. The republicans are madly citizenship gossiping
: | Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. "None Such" flour._ Try a barrel. the Baptist church last Sunday, WALTEK WIM.S Clerk. I: I desperate." I perambulate the country each

The only all year hotel l in Jacksonville and :Mr. -- -------- keeping to his or her dLstrict, an.!. like .::,,
morning evening. Camp- Rowland ThoinafT Squash.Mr. Yourself.It .
A to :
; They want to sell you your Dry (Woods and Notions. is the Travelers. Rates:' ?2 bell is the minister who dedicated I. Brown of Providence brought I Is surprising duty that people will use H I, lions Irish ago hedge, everywhere schoolmasters sure of two a welcome.genera ...I'j..3 .

: a day. tf the Baptist church at this place. to our office on Tuesday: a n.ost pecu'iar common ordinary pill when tl:ey cai: In Bakhmoot, for instance havt .
i They want to sell Clothing and Furnishing Goods. will sell remaining secure, a valuable: English one for thr you "
you your After date our -
we squash! the name of which he did not taken possession of
: Dekle fc:; Dowling will open a bar Mini; ** money Doctor Ae-er'n! Knsli.-li I Ipill. scarcely your rUm
t stock of straw hats at exact in the know. It ui8 four feel long and about ... arc A i-o..niVK cure for nii-k liraO-'' in our hotel when a well droned man

i They want to sell you your Hats and Caps New York cost ; this i is a bona fide building; now occupied by five intlu-s in diameter i.t the largest part. ache and all!I I liver trouWc"! They an- : in, makes. a profound bow, an.l
This
Wills & Owens in few
'4; ; !! a days. small, wwet-t eisilv taken nnl10 tintgripe. walk
& Co. "Would
offer. Stcrnberg bluntly: nobility
Truby't will make the thiid saloon in Starke A peculiarity of the squash is that it can tl W. II ItiVKiii.Over a you your
mid Rub ,
Shoes rs.f _
: They want to sell you your Boots, J Best Crearnlr5.Lutter only think of marringY'if
Elgin be cut oil us it glOws and eutl'n.llIcI it -----
r :and good liquor ought to drop to a
dollars of excusable less
twenty-five thousand: curiosity or a excusable *
want to sell You Your Hardware Tools and Building 25c per pound atTruby nickel drink. !Mill: grows. and soon makes up the portion -
f- .They & Co. a the !stock in the new driving p'irk h.i> already !- desire to exchange tangle for married
Sternburg that is cut off. This is certainly a Iwen siitiscrilN-d; I in Jacksonville.Nothing to him a
Material. you give
misery
Jesse Reddish heif- prompts chi
:Mr. a
In ordeii make for our reports di-finite has been heard from New
.' mom vegetable that should be cultivated.; This answer he lays album upon al uu b-
will make fey in his neighborhood that managed by Rowland Thoina' of. York vei. but the projectors o* the enterprise -
Agricultural Im- fan stock of shoes we one was grown fore with the photographs of cligiblt
you
WagonBuggies,
r .they want to sell you your to get her tongue through timeS the Lake Butler district and he is the only say thai twenty ilions-.nl I dollars brides and bridegrooms according to

i. plemcntfi. Scida and Fertilizers_ special prices: \ A. Co. ring {)f a pair cf Elujare, <*nd so farin person in! Ia! : ewntry! wi( 1t I hi? them. II.; will 1)(' taJ.wuIP by northern turf men. sex, on which are inscribed marginal
Sternburg ; I yew
Truby
l lliat Jacksonville will control :
Far as is known. it.. 14 111'oIIlCLt : :
r .they Saddles! Harness and Whiiw, III that she nearly starved.: The ring I thousand dollar or roor* notes containing brief )hut Interesting de
waut to sell you your Loaded "sSiell. nurTHTby, Stcrn r rI --- t hiirt)-I hirce ( .
everything may need. Give them & Co. I had to be tt'c'l' off. Warning to Seiners. of the stock the aggregate capital} ; bt'ittesixty tai: about tho ftial position, fortune,
sell you burg
I: fact they want to you thousand dollars.Is expectation and drawback of tljw orig
f trial, and you will be convinced that they will save you money I Wire and canvass cots at Truby, "BabylamV: (August is a wel We notice that. parties are selling fish I inal. .

:r everything You buy tnd nt the same time guarantee the quality I Sternburg & Co. I comeisitor.. The little folks would on son our lake streets and caught call with attention seine to ou\'ISIIf bamp- Life worth Living? He discusses the "pints" of his cli.oU
Not if through the world :i dys
miss this you go !
;{ and quantity of Goods. Barbed wire and fence staples at sadly delightful companion 1 Chapter 3959. Laws ot Floiid.i. peptic. Dr. AeKer's Dyspepsia Tablet- with cliarrning : objectivitymany -
Sternburg & Co. I if its visits should cease. Only 50 where it is said that. it is unlawful for any are positive cure for the wor>t fount".I of these matchmakers have been
Truby
f cents a year. I). Lothrop Co ;Boston person or persons to use MIJ seine or drag J>y pep8Ift. Indlgention, Flatulency and horse dealer before-and refers you to
TRUBY STERNBURG & COMPANY I Harrison's celebrated town and publishers. cet for tne purpose of catching fish in any Constipation. Uuanuiteed and Mild l h> prosperous married couples who are W

: country paints, ready mixed, in 8 of the lakes or streams in this state duringthe 6 W. II. HIVIRS.Never happy Q the day is lung since lie brought

I different shades, at Truby, Stern Starke is absolutely t/if. town in months of February. March. April. of them. together. Heretofore the matchmaking
: 0,1silverware.
iiwn particle: snip( your
FLORIDA.' burg & Co. the !state in the way of neat and May, June, July. August and Septemla-r as it dull nil luster givingthe provision was monoplized by
t STARKE of each unless it tw from waters
< m ui- > Among: the new ones year the of it still is in the northern and
mM .: anrraTi i >iiti.: FANCY BiSCUlTS! FANCY pretty sign : owned by himself or themC.'lveTbe! article} more appearance pew'-.r women n
--- -------- BISCUITS! New stock at painted by Mr. \V pnau is a hand- j! penalty 'i is a fine not exceeding $100. nor than of !Mlver. When it needg i [waning. central provinces. In the south, however

l Wills, & Owens. some one for :Mr. N. J. Jones, one less than $25 and legal costs or imprisonment rub it with a piece of soft leather :.nd men are taking it up methodically
MUR4\ JUJ Af'S) flAZAA4RDealers / for :Mr. L. C. Horn and one for Mr. in the county I jail not more than 40 prepared chalk the hitter midtinto a and completely cutting out their sixtera.Russian \
Wills ,fc Owens give great bargains R. M. Alvarez."Our days nor less than 10 days for each offenseso kind of paste with pure water. a" Wah'rlint -- Letter in London Telegraph.How .
in in provisions. committed. Any I Umts.: seines or any pine may contain gritty imtltr.

--- -- Little Men and Women" is other apparatus used by sura offender o'r; I A Child Kllled- ( to Keep YOO I.

Why buy an inferior sewing ma I especially suitable for children just offenders, are subject. to seizure. Another child killed! t>y the IIM> of'op. "Don't ulUv yourself to grow old to

; Fancy Goods and Fine Stationery chine "and"pay a fancy price' when beginning to read. The August The Florida Much Land Company are iates given in tho form of soothing; nyrupWhv soon," says a writer; "keep a juvenile
to have friends the lakes
pleaded go upon mothers give their children nurddeadly
New in
folks
Domestic or heart and join the
you can buy a number is filled with short stories, .occasionally and enjoy a fish fry and poison is! surprising wliHii they young tbei

School Books School Supplies, Home for 35 at'I'ruby verses and pretty pictures. 81 per frolic but. gives warning to any parly or can relieve the child of peculiar troubles amusements as much a possible. *
I Sternburg & Co. number. D. Lothrop parties! who may insist! on violating the by using Dr. deer's Bah Soother.It right: Suppose you are sixty-five or
I: Musical Instruments etc. year, 10 cents a law to the extent of catching tish for sale contains i.o opium or morph illl Sold 8tentY.1ith! rheumatism in both knees,

Bargains in summer goods. Call Co., publishers Boston. with seine or drag net. i; by W. II. KIYKRS. 10 don't let that stand in the way of your

Stax'ke FloridaI and examine. "The Pansy"!! (edited by "Pansy") FLORIDA J rCI[ LAND Co. I The Orlando Reporter says that (:. W. playing lean frog with the boys on the

f Truby, Sternburg & Co. has several contributions from the Suunyslde 8Ittlu&, I Jncocks exhibited some oranges in that :I "green." Even threescore year and ten

of its famous editor, in the Plenty of rain at present. j I citun Tuesday last. whicli h.ui.! btcnpacked should not prevent you playing! baseball.or .
Florida Lines Wills & Owens have just receivedan pen I I in dry sand under his l."use! for leaping six barred gates or running' -
New York August number. Children from 8 I Ito Crops are gocd and we have laO light to 1 I I
I Mallory's immense stock of groceries. grumble.We periou of shoot. eight months. The fruit foot race. It is because old men negled
12 will enjoy this magazine. $1 l a 'I was in splendid I condition and retainedall these exercises that they lose their juven-

-- Attention Bradford Co. Guards. year. Publishers} D. Lothrop Co., of are informed that business is goingto ilK weight; and juices. lie reports that ility. Uy joining the boys on the street
offer send toevery I spring up heie soon Mr. Baker of no more than live cert of Ihl'r p>it
Boston to a specimen
hand
New York Boston and all!! points North and thci! Regular meeting ot the 7:30 Company for By reader, of our Geoigia has. bought the land owned by away in this manner ll'r spoiled.Can't in their simple games election-taking bonfire a ,
4 Philadelphia, drill on Monday night at : p. m. I paper.Truby Ambler & Tl\linltrro and is going to run I occasionally at an 01
order of H- C. HEIBERGER. the pine gum business and yaw up the II Sleep Nights ringing door beth mischievously when
& Co.
Stcrnburg are receiving -
S .[' r I FKItN \ND1NA. FLA. EVERT THfcRSDA.:. Attest : Captain. I large liuibei. lie tXl'cct| to fei.Co in a I Is the coin p1inl* of thousands hllr.rinl low holiday U on.. a man might retain
:: aiang rrOJU f NEW YOICK H"EftY FKIDAV AT 3 P. m.IRON J. \\'. MORGAN stocks of new goods everyday large pasture and put thereon a flock ofEheep. from .A=lh1>, ('oiauiuiii ption. l'oulhl. his \outhf feelings until he reache ahundre.

.' STEAMERS- Src'y and Trt-as. I and will be prepared} to showa They will do well as the range is .te. Did you ever try Hr.'Il'tz I' u- But you don't care re .

i .' -- & nation. larger stock of goods than ver good. gUsh Kenie fur <1.1 Lnmr It is Troubles.she preparationknown Solit Qua joung. why i that settles it.-Texa* ..

t RIO GRANDE %Bradford Lodge No. 42. F. and A. M., before; besides, Mr. Truby leaves Orange and all oilier fruit trees are doing 1)IKih't gn.ir ';at 2.'ie and b4ii. Sittings. ;
meets n'gulllrlthe third Thursday in to-day for New York in order to well. Some strawberry plants have W. IIAmonii BlnR.: -

I. Ciiptiiin Connor. each mtnth at. 730 p. m. Visiting brethren select personally the finer gtadt-s ofdress I been follow.set .",I't already and lots more will the laws of New: .Jir-cy is Nine car 1.ltl. of phnplmh' arrived lnt

cordially invited. and ul\\ I WWK nt Fernnndina from lh<* Onnl.nnn!
STATE OF TEXAS W)[. F. MALPLIrRSV.. M. goods trimmings.Mrs. No station hits! been built bt're'ci., because << I one relating to nmokinz= by h'.rs.. whichprovrlfs I company mines nud mrtr hut nrnvtil

iI! Captain Williams. I J. E. WAINKIOHT, Sec. : B. G. Morgan:: of our city, I we have not needed any. When a child that actually on and!apparently after"' i'.under 1. next.no I 16. i ere tin*: It i is t,> !..shipped In MsillorySteamer : '

: -- celebrated her 87th birthday station becomes a necessity I we will get I o to South UYvmoiilh.. .Iuss.. e.iti- 0_.
July We !have mails and! the years of ZIC shi'ill smoke or in any way
SEEDLING one. d..ily name the Br.idlev"Fertilizer .
I CLOUD'S I !
Oity of San Antonio, !I 24th. She wa entertained I by; her i of our post office is Theresa on the G. t Bfc I use cijjnrs elgall'lc'R or tobacco in any 1nrllo! time it will lv rnmln romrwnr.b-trk !ob

t Captain Wilder. grand-daughter, Mrs. R. C. Heiberjer F road one mile from Crystal lake. form whatever in any public street. pla V I sold to Flcridiani nt $40 pr ton-so \
who din This lake is roe of the !finest in the slate or resort and that any' viol ,t Iin"", of ihN He Florida .
4:15 m. PLANTS. < prepared an elegant Aericultunsr.We .
Jacksonville : STRAWBERRY think
p. I
ol1l1.rrh'nl of train leaving: shall !h ; .
L Steamers leave Fernan.llnn in honor of the occasion. Mrs. and its name suits it well. It* borders are act ? 1mi..dluCuur. punish! : .tya -
south arriveIn ner free from aquatic plants and one may tine of not more 11\1 $10! tmr less Iml I Will Give
TraT&the Florida Central A Penln-nla Railroad fioin all. points '. __.+-_ I Morgan is in good health and still stand 1 h.r tbe water's edge and sec tisli I $2 fur each nf I .
Pernandim-JrV. p.m. TIIILNI n., linkuplose ooimetions.Steamers II I has all her teeth. This elderly lady: I, .
YorkondIYs:: swimming 20 feet awny.Wishing
at Hrunsu i k, (Ja only, and arrive in New : $20 IN PRIZES
Mop J-EAVB EllX.VNDIKA. VERY STRONG GROWERS. very I II i was sent (dow) south from Connecticut I success to the TEU:<}lc.\PH and utkJrl'fI Arnica Xal\*. :

LEAVE :NEW VOHK .... .......TATZ or TEXAS..... ........... ... ......Thul'l'da)', Aug. 7 Prolific Firm and good shippers, and., fifty yean: ago as an invalid, all us readers. I remain. ItJ 12.: 4. T!!" best Sal" il I lie world for Ciuit, J.r the '! .
-k Friday AuK 1...._.,.... .. .Tl1ursdi '. Au,: It I II I r.rnispSores.. U'cers. lllinoi.Fever bt Irrkl"written on FAmily rOn1 I
FrMay'Auit.8............................CIfY Co' H.\S AXrOXIO............ .......... .. AUg.: 21 I Proof. Plants home growu. I and has long survived her medical.II : Sores, Tetter SIr llau.N.Chililuins. 1 Ilr" for' '. ( .' "f Sep. _
: ..... ... ......... Tlurida.r. Rust Chapped
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FRIDAY Aug. ............... .... clo'rEX \ I I During the insurrection in Buenos n-vrlO. $'IN PRIZES given away EVERY "
I 11.>> :S ,
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.. .... ....IT.tTE\ AX1UXIU................. ..... .ThuNld\r. A-II! adviser. aI I : Corn* nud alt SkjivKriiptions I MONTh For n-vl fir of "
Fr1'ayAuj. :!2 ......... B. II. I the ironclad fleet! which had particular a rriiw
........ ALDEN Ayres joined
'. Friday. Aug.29..".......................,.. .. .STATE OF TEXAS.. ..,..................... .ThundIlJ. ept.4 I! tho revolutionary movement, bombardedthe H1lloih..I.. s I'iles/ir in> thai paper. of July 3 , ,. Lawtey Fla. I Mr. L. C. Horn had the finestI j ply* ( >ilI to give 1:11 folio mcn.qil.tancean1rensur't.our.!
J'or; general InforziiatIit '"ph' In Fla.G. : city for two days. Serious dimnee 1 aattartt'jou. or $ [.If ntthf tum!tine. Send I'thf puSh h I.tt 'J
perfect
.1. 'J. VVTIICR Agent 77VestBay' Street.Fernandma.Jacksonville.Fla. Orders received \by J. THOMAS, Stark, I Florida beef this morning ever seen was done to many buildiugs, anlll.n0011crson9 Price 2.J ceiKi p ittho.l 11"11)r"III.IHt H. ; <>no?for a "4mrlcpy. 4.ll ;
It. lIV1UY, Agent flOt {t-nt.r5t. I : ,11 I. ..
Starke. dressed 425 lbs.
aug8-4t in Weighed were killed and 5.000 wounded. Drsggiats. "I TRU.l'l.
C. H.'HALLORY &cb.< General Agents, Pier 20, K- K-, X. Y. Fla. ... Ln.l.tCrJs. ,-. "f>

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Manley watched for its reekly com- eloquent with suggestion of snob CALABRIAN EMIGRANTS. gctentlflo Experiment*
graflfoul Cowtfi I M. Begnard has made a series of
') ) g with as much aridity he did for "courtly," R
"acmplshed.
epithet a a Large Number of Our Italian on living organism under '5
s meals. He read it before he did theetropolitan etc., be to futur Were I upriments
From.
{ t apple Citizen Come Yeast was found to U
f, : Published Every Journals. He formed aking references i110al items of all presure. b a
{ But the most significant thing latent after having been subjected to a
for the editor and often wished "He the when
was standing by press,
in Cosenza is the multitude of placardsof of atmospheres for one
i : could meet him face to face. the box which he pressure 1,0
ARL e upon was gave way :
steamship companies which bedeck hour hour later it ferment
, L I "If I did not know otherwise, I should and he felL In the fall his arm cught. ; an began t t -
the walls of the The exodus
houses In sweetened water. Starch was transformed -
spect that you had a sweetheart out in the press and was wrenched, washer i
r i THE WOMAN OF THE that Western Tillage,"-.said hisother summing up of the situation. I from Calabria to Buenos Ayres and to sugar by salvia at 1,050 atmos- :
: New York threatens the province with al were
At
one day, when her bachelor son The doctor took hold of the arm, gave : pheres. 600 atmospheres ,
t ; Ol the woman of the futarel I CAD eventual I saw carbonic insunlight
some able to decompose gas
: haze as poring over a letter from Chelton. it a twist-and Manley dropped off into deppulation
through* ; of some
thing day. By
: She is coming minus bustlo she is "1 have," he replied, "the Herald. unconsciousness again.It but they died and began t

't minui stays; m in love with it, and I'm going out toll imbecility I: bad not enough Italian putrefy after four days Cress seed

I l I can see her through the shadows of upon it next week." was something of a nine-days' won money in my pocket to take me to the after ten minutes' exposure at 1,00 at-

I'. ent's misty light lie der in Boomtown-the nine days during end of the tour I projected, and the were swollen with water,
his word. and mospheres
was as good as ten I
I p Bhe is coming, sue is coming like an which the in in local of the Bank of
later stranger lay hi room agent and after a week began to At
- el1ghtl. as the overland express sprout I.I oaeJ I
lted at Boomtown, an elegantly the hotel, nursing a arm and I Naples could not be pysuaded 60 atmospheres infusoria and molusks.etc SUB

t 1. The woman of the future! 01! how essed stranger alighted and stood building up a system which had given that the papr of Thread- were rendered morbid ltnt, MILITARY All

the seems way under the strain of several months needle Street an exchangeable but when removed returned to their BANDS. and
ti' 2.ing about him in a bewildered man-
As in fancy I behold her, in the
. dreams: hard work ending with the long jur. commodity. I was therefore imperative natural state. Fishes without bladders ,

w- In fancy I behold her and I long to r.it; was not exactly what he had ex ney ( events of the to return to Naples that nignt and can stand 100 atmospheres, at 200 they a "

2't 1'olcenlnging eted. He had too high an ideal in his his arria1 to travel third class. For companionsin seem asleep at ZOO they die and at 400 Should wte to G W. I
down the pleasant valleys: "I first call when he able the train I had about dozen
ind. The was to two die and remain while MILITARY FIREMAN'S
O! !" straggling village looked they rigid even or
lug rejoice leave the hotel was at the Herald office. Calabrians bent on expatriation. Some Boston Base Bailer Bide I
Tennis
ther unkempt and ill-shapen andarcely jutrefying.- Budget ply or
a The woman of the future will not trifle realized the voluptuous deriptions The same little lady who had startled started from Cost nza, others joined the E THE SPORTING ; jaw"c
rcaill
beans. him before was sitting at the desk troop at wayside stations. There was Lung Troubles Rhenmatium, Etc &oN9 on application by I '
the its -
sent B
T syndicate by and
t' She will find more time to study into ents. After some preliminary congratulations much mournful anguish of parting. Frequently a person is supposed to hareconsumption ber that the greatest number ol
-t and
;. Ic. arts; had been disposed of, he felt a de. One Door old granddame sank the when it i is some other disease ing use the nte Stte
She will not be too disdainful. Dispatching his sachel to the only upon alioeretuer that is reducing his flesh and ft C. ( FLG
F proud. cided embarrassment in carrying on the ground and tore ber hair. The sadder
a tel by a depot lounger. he sauntered making him look pale and thin. C. W.
Cut with all the h1b.st1..tues the toward con\ersation At last he blurted side of human life was vigorously J. *.\ Yates. Tenn., writes:
street a little frame out Tulaboma
4i p Oak Hall
: ments be endowed. '. with the words "Herald Of- with characteristic bluntnes illustrated. But chance arranged 1 "It does It me cared good of abcess Botanic Bi 'o; 1.. rUll7 Tratt

? The woman of the future will fe i thereon in "Are you the editor?" that the members of a musical societywere Balm me an on (
r.E displayed mammoth and asthma that troubled me two
c ,: looks. tters. "Didn't I tell you so?" she replied, also in the train and at the lungs far and that other remedies failed to ben CURED OF SICK F

t She will sing the sweetest baUad: Reaching the door he looked in. It with a twinkle in her eyes. prompting of the railway officials the efit" W. D. Edwards, '*
the choicest books
; "Yes, but-but-.} A. C. Chelton," drum drowned the chorus of lamenta Ho you see it is sometimes well to try constitutional "I bare been a (Trent :
Her sympathies will widen% and her as las
a typical office
t country newspaper 2 io remedy is so I C-o.t1vcnesand Sick
p will extend. ith cue exception was not dingy; : he stammered tion.These ROOdajB. treatect. ) for h ave tried many
; : Until the poor shall bless h\ and right Alba Caroline Chel emigrants were leaving their rebuilding B. tissue, Blo Bam
was bright. The cases had pictures giving O4re
I hall call her friend. abotbem. A few ton-that's me,"and she straightened up homesteads in alt the glory of vestments to: every portion of the system reached by !
ngiig
plants their wardrobe could that greatcircutating stream of life,the
The woman of the future will not throw ood in the window. Some faded cut haughtily. supply. bl 'J' Again, it is often supposedthat buman the
Intl'S
& away "And you have run this taJcg all the One family consiHeC of four generationsof TI
( wr-s were on the desk which occu- colds and exposure are the only causes
I r. For the ball room's giddy pleasures, ed one corner of the apartment and while?" mortals, from the great- randmotb r. of sciatica: rheumatism cW Such is not fit,

I ." : wrinkles and decay; Yes, the while. I would have let wrinkled and haggard, to the suckling alwa.ys the case. It is frcuent.r caused by
the editor's al
Nor drink the honeyed nectar of plainly sanctum.A impurities in the blorvl.Win. .
f but I afraid wouldnot child; and all were as garish as the Madonna J la the only one that
and you was gaT
i t long deep. lanky boy, whose close-cropped you Price. LittsvilK Mo., writes: "I 1 I find that on. pill 1 'w
Rowing reeds of dissipation that in ad displayed the bumps of obstinacy like it, and as the company was apparently of a Calabrian church, and as was afflicted; with sciatica and bad lost the) tbree of any other kind.

Fhe must reap. d reticence well pleased with my work, I dirty. They had been won to this use of one arm and one l leg for nine:rears. I I weaken or gripe." =
.: developed was lazily thought I must be well strong step by the words of promise of went to Hot Springs anJ, also trie different eoale. Dose mull.
The woman of the future will com of doing as a
tting typo at one the two cases."Is a doctors, found no cure tried B'V
bu
pure the emigration agents and indeed the tanic bio. Balm. It made unti SOL c
the editor inaj},ed Manley. man ( sound and :
; As the fragrant Easter lilies, and her "Yes. did do well distress furrowed their faces 44
"Ko-ap." was the laconic you as as a man upon well. I am v.-ell known in this vicinity. : oc Murray Steet.
; rest t-ecure; him response. and, Miss Chelon. let me tell you you seemed t argue that any change in Observe, e'enh"n the renowned Hot
VThenshe comes to dwell among us in "Where can I find ? are a trump, said Manley, their lives would be for the better. But Springs faied. B. B. B. brought relief. Remember I : S
impulsively.
.
f i.IL i. that light will be Dunno. \ what blood remedy
1. That we hate never seen on land nor "Coming down to the office soon?" It was the strongest word he had ever now and a:ain, as we journeyed along, bavo tried. (or mater to try, B. B. B. is you the : { one0X0

upon the. sea. ":o-a used to a lady, and he rattled on to coyer doubts came into their minds. The :Duly one that will give you complete satis- .. '

O' the woman of the future will be "Why p.not?"* up his breach of etiquette: "You did( older folks moaned and wrung their factn. _. S\

: and t rnf'. "Gone splendidly. The paper was as strong a hands, and tbe young mother looked as POKE: lawyer* are always poor. while
,t And her honor she will cherish away. a man could have made it. I liked the i her heart would break with anx others in tho profession meet with fee-nom- T o rnre niHoti ce I "But to-day is the day for the paper, (aid success. Hs LlTer Coplnt.
Ish to the grave. style. Couldn't have improved on some iety. There was a brute of a Id Cr&rsnedT.
.. In Joy I tf alt her coming sh* will n't it? --
k "
of the editorials
myself. commercial traveler with us who TntelIlr.nt r.oplt
arose, "Yep. BILE
.1 -ndberheartwlfl find a lover *ho is "But it isn't printed yet?" Manley liked the Herald-that was found pleasure in adding to thtir When an intelliccnt: person makes up his 5

,._ to propose! ver.e'idt nt. I also soon became evident fears lie told them bluntly that they nind to trv Smith's Tonic Syrup, made by; ree the SIZE UO :

r Moses Gage Shirley in Boston >o-ap. to the Boomtown folks that he would be dead in a and that, (. John bull, of Luis\'ie Ky., he wi tie*. 8YL ae l tt- ltte\ ( andS
al
"How much more typo have you to year be persuaded b giit tl r rk'eot either size. 25 rest per ;
t?" liked the editor-or editress as some they far better pet out at tho next: some other remedy." He will insist on his at T. 17. I

BOOMTOAVxVS I 'A column." would call her. His trip of a few days ; station and return to their native vil drujrsriit petting "the mClcnc he wat KISSINC panel sue of I .m

% lengthened into week, and all that lages. "What misery! what misery!" eveu though be may ha\ a ,\eek r tnt Croppers or etasip>).
A brilliant thought struck the Quaker When
it a family once used Smith'sTonic J. F.
ity lawyer. lie would help the boy time he was loitering around the printing ejaculated this same honest fool upraising Syrup and ixprienceo its quick effect l.ter of 'Bile B.an).

) Accelerated by the Loss of I out the and enjoy Chelton's office. I seemed to him as though his fat hands: as he surveyed the in curing of maaria _-_ S

v 4 Its Paper and Editor. paper that was the brightest spot on earth. 'migrant collectively. "Madonna :hills and fefr. summer colds, ., ABCTUI
tonishmentBut he determined
to He conferred with the he mia! cried the woman to another never nUmy themselves! to be without 1 '
f T- und the boy a little further so he "iagers. at intelligent father would as soon be :
You remember no doubt. the unconsciously adopting the lat- launched new plans for improve. this cruel chil to hope. There were, Itn! flour in the Louse as to be-withoutSmith's FAMllfv

t that struck the West midwayin r's laconic method ment of the place but he gave his best, further, two stout pra" in the carriage Toni J\rup. The children like it I '-
:
You remember how towns "All alone?" efforts to making happy the hours of but they also, were without a ant its e always satisfactory. BUGGY or ROAD
with greater rapidity than was the writer of those editorials which had -
I word of comfort for the people. In a THE barber Ten Carloml at
Cant diplomatic nets part 00. or A
"Yep. get nobody to help.
I of the days of Aladdin; how I so caught his fancy. genial moment the elder of them ten he c-ji-s over the head of a I- whe eer known, write at
: "Could out the if c MKICE Ct).. )
get
you
I paper you t.mph4.
yesterday a prairie became ad band?" When at last an imperative summons dered me his snuff box and at the same tomer. -TVasbiagton Post price*, and large Cataiole I

i age, and to-morrow city; how s i "Guess a I could." from the Quaker city called him home, time the :leadinc questions : "Are youa The-- I->emou- .of the Marsh. oUaTIr&.I".__ i Ai!

i tion ran riot and fabulous I "Supposing I help?" he asked that writer to accompany him. Catholic :0." said I "Oh!" said L The. evil spirit that hovers about stagnant PRANK I f

paper, were made almost a If "Why." said she. roguishly: "What; he and that was the extent of our con pools and inundated lowlands, is no Gnus '
& recall how companies or rather the boy was startled he did not how wi the Herald do without an editor?" versation. At Sybaris itjrrew dark andthe materialized bogey, no pnmtsr: of a disordered ,-' ,
I
cates were formed in every city I "All but only answered: "It never shall have another editor." fire-fles danced in the air. What I I I far imazuatou. I power o anathematized evil -' '-r ., p.n

Nation for the purpose of : ;I right"Manley wasted no words but threw returned he. impetuously. "Il dump wondered, would The luxury-loving an mr
vantage of this wonderful : the whole office into the yonder.No of this fallen which has for its destructive tE SExo
have
rt his coat. and, with his shirt sleeves cents place thought progny FORCU.Lr '
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and nsrae. bilious remittent 412 3I I
townsby buying land agrue "
up other name profane its train's ; ? 111"1. .
into city lots, and selling again. up took his station at the other h.1 clumns" our freight c.nq'crable with Hostetter's Stomach Bit M-X uei IBIJ Pu.t r.-
and editorial I saw my emigrant friends once more ters. as are dxspepsia, constipation, liver -
'
began written
on an -
recollect how the older cities L He did not exactly do that but on the complaint, etc.
few afterward.
It
Chelton's bold a days was on the
plains extended their limits 1 manly chirography day that be and his newly-made bride -
; entitled: "The Future of the West." Naples wharf. They were awaiting; \ \YIR i is good in case of fever but \
definitely until it seemed as were carried away eastward they saw their turn to b shipped-ba and tered stock makes the market .
After the first few minutes .. ,
the old ( fc.erish-
: the saying of an old farmer from the windows of the Pullman cartbree Texas Siftincs. A n. { Ih. TfIRO \ !
bundles and .
iniacri and .
p came back to his fingers .nd I j'Jl.ie. pictures _._ JEIlCIurik
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mine would be realized.
wagons stringing off to the south loaves of broa, carrcd bird*. and TEE most remedies
for
after stickful in i-otent, the cnre of
used to remark "if you town was placed I mounting the slope that led r a few d"e"e: have bxeo discovered ? .
the E !
"form" with that aft myriad of otbor tnrit-s! which the' accdent III
keep on layin' out editions to yer rapidity won the miles to the foothills of the Rockies. The lir-t do e of Dr PENSIO 'S I
: of the assistant Italian emigrant is loth part A ,-. I' !S Pa (
there be pcct t \\ia. d te for Malaria was r,4
: wont any land left for "There, Alma. said Manley, "there gieD. as an expen- :
It'll all be cut up inter buildin 1'r The forms were locked and put on they go. They are moving the Herald reaction had by this time come over m ont, to a:old: lady \'IDS'from tbe titleJ-ti'J18-- -. .ce 5Lr..n.) f '
them. They were bright and effect of Malaria ca .Thorn Quinine Blank tir-t 'trll HllTkB. )
F4 railroad right o" ways. press. Manley took hold of the to Gold City. I sold the whole outfit with no terror save of spa.bcp'fll.k-km-ss. as a poison: One d'N cured her: and ate .lS td:P.UII ,_, I I,I
F It was indeed and turned the great wheel gle b do-e has cuied thousands since. It i is I
yesterday.
I would hare been if it had not the boy fed through the papers. Boomtown never reoovered the loss of They talked of Calabria in ,America the only known Antidote for the poison of; WAT STRONG : ;
as if such a state: already existed: Mar bold by 24 Jlnln Strtrt. }
I pitiful-the boundless hope was no child's play: turninj the both its paper and editor. The downgrade doe perhaps ---druggists. jy SPSCI4L (V TOMTTEK I I \
it ;. as a piovm.v: of tho ATISTu :
t by these additions which wheel, perched as he was ontoppling upon which it had started when 5o LAXC7AOE can express the feelings .
,- in every direction from every dry-good box which swayed Matftey went Wet had no end short of Argentine Republic. ILcir ribbons R deaf mute who st.'ps 0: a tack i a dar VTAULl-- m U naj." (
I fluttered, and tLeir tinkled as room.-Elmira Ga/etta. L.ITV In f' Houtef
like creaked beneath his jewelry 1 Dooa 3
weight _
.r BO many octopus feelers tha.; quality called "deadness. rowed S T 1 VN S'cel Wire Mjr. : : I
ibg upon the rich leagues of I lie had bad no dinner, and tiiis: fact It went rapidly through that meta- they were aWfrem, the land. Syrup of Fijs i!: :Hloe...lJ Ptnl"iaI41'1l.: ;'.( fr fr
After all, there Ci
biDed with the unaccustomed i more pluck in an emigrant Produced frcm the laxative 1.\a 1I I '
'-* earth that lay in billowy folds em- morphosis nhich Henry Manley and his and nutritious .u tl r..1&. rn
made him than in a b-indit.: ani it well 1 juice of California flzs, with the
ing away to the far boriLon.h actually faint wife as they talk over the affair in i combine
tat Calabria now prefvrs to breed medicinal virtues of be most t
Boomtown was simply and "What a fool lam," he meditated, "to their 1 uxurious Philadelphia home, term the New World instead of robbers:tOkfor beneficial to the plant, system kno\r acts trently DISAS R

creature of the speculative turnin a one-horse press out here "Boom town's Collapse."-C. M. H arger. on the'kidne>'!, liver and 0'e13. effectually i-: Clwapest. (

had its origin in the back the plains, a thousand miles west of i in Yankee Blade.COLLEGE. and assassins for the old.-Charles Ed cleaning the system, [ colds Cold in the (

: wardes. in National Keview.Mortuiry : a nd'lea.i.ehes and curing habitual cons- D.
Henry Manley's law-office in Mississippi river. when I would ___ u___
j EDUCATION.How tip.fon _ _
of Philadelphia. It wag the I be shct than do such a thing at Enlfrri'o. bo

: coolie and carefully conceived ." Young Lunkhead Convinced the Old '"Civilization has added :new horror THE expense of an electric companymay

; to make a fortune easily. And to I On went the iron machinery with its Gentleman of Its Great Value. to death." a gentleman whose daughterdied Lawrence l-o summed American.of up as. current expenses. n J 1 a. (
"
Manley must be given the credit : "click. click" and its regular ; "Have you ever thought aid yonng recently ye- .
I Mr. Lunkhead home from r'marke tC'ray.hTht 3hNT the icedicines and vermI- (
plan. down upon the slowly-growing just the university number of men : city whose livelihood worm -

L ttentlemen" he bad said of sheet after sheet of damp paper. I: "how the processes of evolution depend upon bow far a of fuges"a sold little by' druggists.irritate Bull's the stomach Destroyers EVERY fi

1 t half-dozen of his \- hey were nearly through with their have adapte every thing in nature family ran b impressed t': mouring ne\chidDr.. 'harmless Wor a candy, ,. -,

: riled to his office one February and the room was beginning and art exquisite adjustment to gered into to the demands 3 et they never fail Try tlem

I noon bad taken their seats. '' a little dusky when suddenly the every thing else?" grows acee.Hng. -- :; Ct1-K,
"I-do' con5tanty Tht very moment I'DE daJe has hi- greatest swim in ?ocietv BE UPTO
in this tide of of the office know I hold 'f
t money town-bun opened and a straight, as git exactly we put the our the when the hammock season arrivts.rianm .-
: we can raise sufficient funds form entered. what you're drivin' at," said his father. house was crapIpon> agents dor-bel of livery N. O. ,

1 1 : make a fortune as well as the She was not really beautifn!, but she "Well. said young Mr. Lunkhead "I stables who wantel to furnish us with ALL disorders caused by a bilious state of! THEMARK C

them. I have looked over the that inexpressible charm about her will illustrate the matter so as to bring carriages at less thanthf. rgularrate the yTin can h cured by using Carter's \ ,

We will buy four section* of land characterizes theVes'ern girL i i down to your comprehension. For by runners for undertakers'supplier Little! Liver No pam.griping or discomfort (

I ably situated lay out one something that makes her self-re instanc. behold how admirably adapted and venders of tombstones artiticial attending their use. Try; them. ,

; ; city lots erect some buildings, j: 1 l and independent and drags in ab ones legs are for wearing trousers. I wreaths, obituary verses anl every, rE5Trr--wr-keopers- are always ready to fl _

I,. tise the thing hare an auction I I slavery the men with '*horn sht we had had but one leg, we should all other conceivacle device bearing upon !t'ak when he has money.N. O. .

cell enough to more than pay acquainted. have to pin the extra trousers-leg up on death. Picayune.Mr I
( are i-
People particularly ?en. -- .
-
"
1 outlay; then we will dispose of "Why. Joe she exclaimed when one ide. live in a moment of bereavement and wife had chills and fever for nearly a .

: mainder at our leisure as clear saw the new form at the press, "sho: now I ne>er'd *a' thought o' on that account th.vhotiM in ear and tried everyibm. At last: --
some
What do you say?"* has been bEI you? that" b Toni Syrup broke themr I now prescrib
ping measure protected from the attacks of' .
i if H" Traas
;; They were agreed as to the f "A. man wot was the office "The same way of course with bts.I these sharks You can haxenoideaof' f rr L11.),rroctke-.t Il :
< tKan. ,
.. I of the scheme, and by the !! laconic answer. nature had provided us with only one the amount of mi I .

summer Boomtown was in the "Why didn't you wait for me?" foot what a dreadful wa"teof shoe leather "f'ry they C3 U5e. THE b*H illu.tr-.tion of minded and .t- 'l
suppose nothing can l> done about ii. hop
e
I fear i i' lazy man for -
of prosperity, with houses "What business of hers is it? tht'r would have" been! but it seems to me that it ourrht he a l.nd rre:, looking .
: for schoolhouses churches and !I 1 Manley. "Sure enou .G. fit t -- NEEDS HO
for l
the State capitol, and other "He to help I let "Yes. Take it all around us, now. subject legislative consideration. WE will give?100 reward for any case of
an him
N. Y. '
1\'ant Sun. catarrh that with
can not Hall's
buildings-and first of all the Jo. How ridiculous all the bridges would Catarrh ("r. Tak"n 0'urei THE ONLY .

Syndicate (limited) of "Did you get in my editorial that I have been i nature hadn't "provided the The Cut of M.ikins War. F. J. CHESEI& Co.,intera\., Toleo, 0
more than realized streams to run under them! The of
the
amount bE'f imperiously demanded she. expense making war seems to .5. l
investment and was gathering I "Yep." The old man seemed lost in thought nave increase out of proportion to; Yor can easifn th" public pre if you ------

profits. "Her'editorial" thought Manley. tug- and gazed at his son with, a wondering every thing el5( In the old days ofEngland's only have !t-Terre liauteExpress.greatly To

; Then there came a lull away at the wheel with a dogged expression, scratching 'his head genty naval glory the biggest guns -- --- are- -relieved by
lots did RIEDHnrPains
not sell quite as rapidly meanwhile. that her carried )-
"what has she to do ships -poun.r.could .- Glnn's sulphur .oap.
; :- fore and some of the stockholders !i? I'll give this old thing a few And. consider young Mr. Lunk. b fired at an expense of 7s. Id. Hill's Ho and Whisker Dye, M cents. -

;-. becoming a little uneasy. whirls and then-" head went on. "wnat an immense or SI.75: a shot. Now e\ery time WE TAKE GREAT

.A meeting was held. His mental sentence was never fin- amount of good metal aid jew'l would L Ole of her nopoun.} guns is fired i speaks THE for phonograph ite1L-.aghampton needs no eulogy. I IN ADDITION TO OUR :

; Til tell you what is the There was a crackling of the hate been absolutely wasted rings i cost$4.e.&) for powder and *'oj for the ------ -- Journa. ALSO FURNISH TO THE

Mid Manley. tbe president of the beneath him-a swaying motion- men and women had not been made with shot or l.o in round numbers. As TOE who wish t practice economy i
pany "Boomtown needs fingers to wear them." buy Carter's Little Liver
a
the
paper. PiU.
to regain his balance average wages oKthe English workingman -
z That's it exactly," said the I attempt The old gentleman was overcome with Forty pi:n a vial; only one pill a dose
is .
-a fall > week
little -a sharp, quick pain in a onough to pay : J Job EI 1re

1i: It.r : "The banker's people must son, who be was 'shoulder. brain-and uncon- admiration"Ye sef. now Seraphi:1" he said, into mechanic nothingness for nearly four time years the vanish ALL mason;are yupposeJ lost-Dispath to 1"square"feUows.Rc.chester r

e\cry gun
know, of oomto"'n.s existence."" turning to his wife "what it is to hey i --- --
I When he he a fired. Then the of the
.
themselves
in
was lying cot guns : .
BRONCHITIS is cured
We must let folks know that I r'oHr college (l.jitionYouth'! Compan by frequent small
Is such a place" translated i; office( room and a very ion. is enormou--. The 16.:-inch guns loses of Piso's Cure for Consumption-
frightened but cost nearly each; the S IN
vi the benefit of the others."Haven't very pretty young :.O.\ll IX.Vinch .
l One Bird > Another.In StNn-uqGGno b< classed the
was bending over him and bathing ur guns 8-.0; the li-inch! guns SC4.iM.io i may among
we advertised?" forehead in water. He attempted a certain family in Buffalo there i is and so on. lkfort our war started the to base lits-Tnas Siftinrs. OUR FACILITIES FOR
1 stockholder. ARE AND WHILE
|l move but a twinge in his arm a caged robin which Las been the house world to building great ironclad; England AMPLE e
"Yes. but TO IN
you tee, it has all b < '
t him that he must not hold pet for ten year The robin i is built the best ship 1X1 For
fide places 1 carrying
to get people there. > !I "I have sent for a doctor" fid the now aged. He has lost one eye and his guns, for SS7.000 each. Her latent ironclad

I must keep up their courage, so th I 1 would not looked twice the Ben Our Work is Not
at low.
; will not go away." "Wi you give m* your name. plumage 0 which amount I ri Summer !IIN

S This was good logic. and the s that 1 can tel him?" miln.r. His legs are weak ando I guns, COst- 1U3'3O.National Tribune: ComplaIt .A

He motioned his which are ht.s and he can no longer --- -- ORDERING BE .
ordered the officers to Clat .
arrange for hung on the CSt while he was turn- cling to his perch and warble hilariously. I oW Sforpon. Are T"1.,1. Bowel WE AIM TO FILL ORDERS
ing in
a Boomtown. Disorde
A It paper done. i the press. So he sits va the floor of his cage, Talking scorpions reminds me that PRICES WILL BE FOUND

was In answer to an She comprehended and pjlftg to it ani like the dOTe in the sons, mourns I have at times induced some to AND VORKMANSHIP
.' tisement one A. C. Chelton poplo Flux and Diarrhoea
paged as editor and out his letter case and card book. ard mourns and mourn At any rite believe that I po>se-ed the ,:) of! A

: nished for the money ( :. she read the inscription on bis he did until a few days ago. when a taming these antipathetical creatures fl. N.

"plant"Henry ; she started back with surprise cardinal bird was put in the cage with and their equally rerelant many-footed Use AI
Manley, he 368
with tbe future as ;1 thEn alternately blushing and pal- him. The cardinal bird is in the heyday relatives the centipedes. Though the &
t editor became ; as if of of and capacity of *74 22fl STREET, 31.
from
guilty some crime, returned youth. the very first rendering such venotnoui: "LII
with the
of impressed that individual and vigorous 1: hi side. cast a pitying eye on his aged com reptiles may appear amazing Mississippi Diarrhoea 7.73 ONTARIO ST U T. I

actually i i "Not thA president of the Room town panion. After observing him awhile it I to the uninitiatedthere was really nothing Ill .179 EL STREET *" ..
leave his law I
to practice and "
go ; ? she stammered (.ur to him that he might fill up supernatural in tbe art which sir Cordial.
-: cist in getting out the first J
.Te same. And you?'he "whispered. someof hisspare time by waitinsronhim.So ply consiste in surreptitiously nippingoff
tbe Boomtown Herald. for !
b'
.or an answer she rt acbe to the he now takes the bread and things! tip the scorpion's sting and the 'J

.' : stuck type" once upon a time k and holding before eyes a copy that are pUt into the cage and moistens poison hooks of the Scolopendra'swith jaws MANSFIELD DRUG GO y*.-4iiLrTtrT CMBI*. ?trr. % ,
Six months went If
by. .
j the Boomtown Herald. a copy which them and rolls them into wads or pebbles a pair of scissors. Thus deprived .Ssym r-qm-
Graaaai Rar Mr4
belied her name and did not Dttertiri >
H had a few moments before and rams them down of the _
| b-n the robin'sthroat : power to penetrate the skin, the 3&t PU'y 1,
.1 was not the fault of the Herald. i
t through the -Bufalo Courier.A once anxious PROPRIETORS --
i j pre. pointed to inse't are baffled in their ,
Jp never was a paper that did so I bead of
the
| first column. He to do
real: attempts and 1 be

fl?t; editorials arguing for, pithy its locals home sharp city. criti j iI |i There-A. C. CIIF.L.TOX-Editor." County.mountaineer Ore., astonished preacher his in audience Crook permitted to ram misthief undisturbed over may the- 'H. TENN.: PENSI 0 NS as U""mu yy- ;. ,

was no time for hands and -
more face
i convr-- without .
by pxclaiminjr "} the slightest iCcearmlckB i ..& D
: friends all the
'- all told of a mind alert to the ton; the physician h4l 3rried."how world shouted for I. i fear of danger.-Naturalist.A ROBT. HARRIS & BRO, ReUle! N. C., : I I
when the
,r terests of the plac The paper did this asked. of got: TOBAC JtAXCFACTTRERS.. f lnT. 1.i"
: Bade money, built '"pushed" the a profound barpn- news Crist's birth Cashed over tla-Iwires.Iudianapoljs man never forjets how he Maud Harris.Parole.Wile Harris PATE I N TS r yocr. .

; b. Ce ldy, a bow JournaL to others.-Atchison Globe. 1Oo i CHEW and Smoke Pride of Ad1r' T, I f.m iv!Tl ( 5 FR E1. wnr\WKiTi>c TO %DTCKTIEK- rLFlE 6

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