Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00287
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00287
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"jr: LAND OF FLOWERS. From the state controler's books the be remembered. bv our readers that I there rjiid good entertainment at .

of following Duval valuatons"and amounts Woods was murdered near White reasonable rates. KNIT STOCKINGS. FOii SCHOOL CHILDREN.THEY SCENES IN VEN ICE

resources Springs about a month ago, and that The Coronado been
j" LATEST NEWS FROM Ouh b'lMTc tX- to 1891 are obtained: Number of John D. Crews, upon arrest charged to lotclas lease Pleasant anL1'iflb1' Way ofSpending The Beauties of the Caaal .
acres of land, cultivated : I CAN LAY ASIDE THEIR STUDIESFOR G.nc .
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467,33 acres, the crime confessed that-he
I. CHANGES. CONDENSED. 3,493j; was yea rd. An addition will be erected on the Long Ev.nlng. the lrldg. of Sighs.

'- (exclusive!, including improveYtmnta i present at the killing, but alleged thajt .he south end immediately a large Now that the loner evenlngs are here A LITTLE WHILE. No whore else In the wide world Is there

Items of Interest from all Parts of Florida $!,2-5,3IOj; city real ), Andrew) Godwin was the man who dancing pavilion will also be built, many a mother takls up knitting such a sight as on the Grand Canal of
property 1,8.S- struck the blows that ]killed Woods.
O, which will be free. needles to tho family with rood, Venice. A double row of white
j value of telegraph lines 8 I "!';: (: provide Hoe are Sonm Fr U Item That AVI 11nrlgli creamy
Presented in Readable ; o1wjIImis nt once arrested and after who .,
Shape, to number of mules] horses and: I Efforts are being made for the establishing warm foot wear. Happy the woman palaces tiled In red and topped with
asses, an examination by the coroner's jury still tho !.< Their 'Wit and Amass'Ther
Suit the knows how to knit, and happier n quaint chimneys. Over-hanging balconies -
Ready 1,203 ] of state national bank
Reader-Matters of ; 6,358 sheep nnll State's a or
; assisted P.il'mer
catl goats, by Attorney of her
housemother who has some one of marble bursting with flowers,
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Little and Important Interest to You ; 1i j cash value.] of ali.mall wa: rde'a"<( Notwithstanding( this I lyr: family ready to read or chat to her as the 11" with gay awnlngs/above and streaming
$1 ; value of ( fact be The bears at Eldora have destroyed -\U Carefully Selwieit.
J tJolal) 0"-I was again :\I'tstl'c. at I the instance needles fly. shadows below. Two lines of narrow

ert value mt', excepting aimimuals, $*.1f*>I 4 1!t';;; I of "'CIH].' ; the trial 0'1'1 $IUO worth of bees for :[1. H.Moeller In Italy the children five years old learnto Not to know how to spell is sometimes quays crowded with people flashing

9;.0 of all] personal properly 1,07J-( i1 1t a'liuit\II ,,the county judge I lust having entirely destroyed kni and by the time they are six or very unfortunate for little people a Is bright bit of color In the blazing sun.Swarms .

; aggregate value of real estate, w( \lS result. This examination forty-live hives. seven. are expected to make their own shown by the following brief story: A gondolas, barcos and lesser

S ,i 27,370(); aggregate value of railways\ t i was t thorough: and exhaustive: I i every Jfa.lf Jfc ft. stokln s. little girl named Susie Snow met a fairy, water-spiders darting in and out.

rolling stock, etc., $H7} .n ''i From this.i i P311il'le l of i \.jLIl' known II litt '- On last Saturday Mr. Geo. Edwards' The Italian women think our manner of who saI to her: "I will make you. as a Lazy red-sailed luggers, melonloade .

a county tax of SG,377.rr, and slut- ii48,4N.l4 ,\ to exi-t Icing lid ;jecoi t. the horse ran wiih his road-cart knitting stockings very exti ivagant, and birthday present, anything that you maya with crinkled green b

$ ) (exclusive] of license) i is derived. court ii nd evi-iy CrcUlhlI.'(' and I detail : it away to pieces. He also certainly the Italian: stockings are easier .k of rae in writing." Susie had long neath their bows; while at the far

which could l' % any tearing near over two ladies.tale mended than ours. As som' good housemothers wished for a pony, so she ran home and, over the glistening highway,bade with
very running
I Tampa Tribune: Monday light upon the ease I being hunted up may like to try their method, I borrowing her mother's pen and paper, people,curves the beautiful -an
four morning Mrs. Virginia \Vhitfield, mother of will give wrote: .Dear Fairy, please a lit- Ivory arch against a
boys, John Hampton ( ant brought forwal Thi l'vicllll It turquolSsk.
eorge our tellow-townsnian Mr. T. J. Whit- "
ito ) tie: hoarse. Too next morning when she In five minutes we
I llapson 12 and and Jim Williams, aged about guilty, and that -the tale IHlwil of Crews was Ilt lield, died the 12th iust., at Cordele, awoke she was so hoarse that she could the labyrinth of surrounding ou wythrough

all years pupils, of the Ray Hampton school S ye'ar untll that at the close of the defend] (ia., and was buried at Boston the 14. hardly speak above a whisper and she i gondolas,and In five more had entered
A company) ) : was formed to build a to walk to Jacksonville high struck out ant's testimony Col. I). 1>.Johnson, the I We extend our sympathy to the bereaved never got tho pony. Wasn't It a pity that the close narrow canal where the baut

hotel with 100 rooms at l\h'roSl'] n'fCI'I' ]eav- plaintilPs and familp and would point themto she neglected her spelling book? ful Bridge of SI/hs. buttressed
attorney arose
ing, one of them gota Winchester rifle frnkl. Him who in His mercy und goodness i.'! }. : great masses -the palace and the
tated the '
to court that the
: During the seven years ending in from his father and another took his utol doeth all things veli.v .- : : prison-overhung the sluggish, sullen
Him) Fernandina shipped 520,400,000( father'l gun. They were missing dur was only] against the guilty party, all .' ,,". t. SETTLING THE DISPUTE. water.

feet of yellow )pi int. I ing the day] and Tom and Hugh h lot against the innocent, and( that inasmuch \ (' ]learn that Mrs. Fannie Hatch, .'- There is never a lantern now along this
widow of Silas Hatch who lives
Hampton the elder brother as the evidence taken as awhole near .. ,, Parrot
of weird One
two of only
Mr. Holly, of Orlando] ] this winter I IriSc the had convinced] him that: Godwin McCrab, I in this i county; had her dwelling ]- : grewsomo watrway.
boys started out in the gondolas.Ike
face twinkling lamps .
and a carriage to I'm just tho cleverest pet on the sees
sold] ,
$ i worth of caulil l look for them ,was he the court house ali dining room burned
and found campednear lot uily Jlln't of the earth drift past the
from a strip of thl'l day last week it i is to ; wi--thewlsps.
10x40() to release li. ; supposed
ground '
: otC i
the Six Mile creek bridge, prepar prisoner ( Just hear how I can talk! boats In the blackness of
feet.Neil ing supper from a pack of )provisions The court being of the same opinion, have caught frol the kitchen chim 'ra handsome, too,with dress of bright" ''the shadows-the glimmer of the pale

M. Alexander] has just finished they had taken with them. The the defendant was II"lharg.d. ntIhc an'll lot of her flrilf' hue.And I light of some slow-moving .barge or the

putting ina$!.GOO( )irrigating plant. withacapicityof young truants were thoroughly tired : al 1 l 1 to dd goi s Is. The ) )1'0pi there's nothing I can't mock.. reflection of the stars.above. All else 1

(GOO barrels ]per hour for out by,their day's hard tramping, and) JJI.ilSf"A 1 ) of that vicinity are helping : dark and ghostly.
new hlsju"t been received another. Cat.
his 4I-vre were brought back l clldolg:1 The music boat sideways and
orange grove at Beresford. I .n i drie
IClil'nt.Vlu I I I the Christian Mniifrrt'iffc Tim' the bass viol who twisted alight
asked what they I I'm a tortoise shell of tho loveliest I i wa stndIng.
In the suit at Orlando woullt ( church, which will ]( much to I
Saturday, when their ) out, they :111'Q' Ylgea.lc'! (crops are ]looking Lii). shade- i, cord through an Irn ring In the
against the the music.Urooksville.
Jacksonville, 'larpn and said they intended to "hold up" some Cucumbers I ITALIA STOCKING'S, I DT TWO PIECE3. This is said of me daily; slimy, oozf-colored palace. Eaperodrifted

Key West railroad for $tIOO( the traveler] on the road and levy tribute has ole of the I best amateur to I I I the noi are(hern being markets.pushed for- The leg and top of the foot are knit In I[ can wear eyeglasses and read the news;. against the opposite wall-the

'oss of two fingers in coupling cars, the according to most ) dime string hlJ in the State.Capt. wall the ordinary way at the back coming And entertain every one gaily." prison. .
plaintiff] ( got a for $750.Joe tl approved Clerk D. C. Hull returns 14 What shall they sing Slgnorr
yrdie novel tactics. Albert] E. Willnrd, of Homosassa !'I''in'c down to the point where the heel wouldbe ,. "
Trotman was, in l :Thursday for three ('rt' beans, turned. Then with two needles set up PaTot. As you please Espero.
a colored haymau, Jacksonville Standard : The train lols\'il netting ).2 met with an accident) I by which the His hotel did I a i I I hess this I : toe are togetherand '
which arrived from the west over the Iusi And I cost much more than a e.it. dead of night In the of an
4IiI) of one of his fingers was,, erushed season. Ilomosassa is one the moticturesque Thl'al,1 Lumber and! Veneer then sown on. stitch by stitch to the stret
off while working in a timber vessel in Florida Central and Pe'ninsul'] railroad p places in the stale.Vithi ., pleased tonote, doing uppers. Set up on two needles thirty-ope (lit. : Italian town the flare torches lght
the IVnsacola Tuesday night had on hO\1 a of fish and a thriving business. stitches knit.five turn. seam back twelve i ing the upturned face of the ghastly de
bay ] Saturday. box plenty game, :Ill CaptainWillard t Don't bo too sure! I cost something My eyes have filled with
containing The you
woolen a corpse. as mine i host, no wonder the On Thursday of hi-t week James turn; take oft first stitch without knitting, when kne t
Edward Bryant of Fernandina h taken train placedin cult five, pearl knit turn, seam back rnvself. marble L'or; I to -
otlthe ali hotel one.
was filled) winter with i I I guests.The Tompkins died at thf residence of his "
sentenced at last term of court to be i the Florida] and Peninsular] ul fourteen.. Every row taking up one stitch Just fifty I What say you to that? pathos t>r Us harmonies &they sighed
Captain i is staunch Democrat ) Tompkins his
hanged, has filed a notice of his intention baggage room and it is there yet, having uul a hrotir1 ali re- at the end, from those cast on to tho Parrot. through the many-pillared mosque of
oneof Citrus county's best citi.eiis.Deputies I i were interred I I 1 in i \i Ianisvi lie
nlails Cordova 1 have drunk lu Its In
0 of applying] to the state pardoning l not !): en claimed by anyone. It needles at the beginning and when knit ; caenc
Itonn: for u commutation of his sen- was ascertained that the box containing Forrest ]>urns and Will I cemetery Frida) ting plain, pearling the middle stitch "That's tho price 1 biouiht. 'Twas too curtained alcoves wih the waving

tence. i the dead body was placed on the Jobb alc.tl'd anegroat Istachatta: last I ll1lay.clilg just as the freight which runs like a seam down the middleof much for you. :fans and flash gems about me.bat

S. H. Collins of Milton while train at River Junction (Chattahoo- Saturday,handcuffed him, came IIOWI tril was pulling out of Sumterville the sole. Tho dealer who asked that was bold. never has its grandeur and majesty s

I about his mill, working dice), and was prepaid to this city. t!o the Nctherlaml mill near I'emerton's I box cars jumped the "streak ofrl.t" When no more stitches remain take up Git. stirred my imagination and entranced my
one (dav last week, A man, whose name could] not be l" tied him to the buggy all that extends here and at each end two stitches (the end stitches soul as on this night in Venice under the

had his ami clothing before caught itcould m be the machinery l learned, got aboard the train and) slipped up to the camp and al'lt.1 PaiMsollkeeand, had hetwl'CI to be left behind of the last two rows), and knit them Into "Wel. In my opinion, SWlt-\.lc.d sir deep blue of the soft Italian sky. the

ills stopped I l looked after the corpse it arrived another 1l rThe: they & until the next cla '. the first stitch on the needles, llavingthirtyone my" uii-jtre&s bought you. she got frowning,blood-stained palace abve. thetreacherous.
: was nearly wrenched from uut sold. silent water .
U'1 here. Wince that that has 'o the buggy, tlwYll ( that their stitches as at the beginning;
his dition.hUli) He is still in a critical con been heard of him is that he enquired fi!irst prisoner C'I'Pl"1'IV'rlt I Shlril 'fl-I/r'>Herald: this slightly draws up the heel which Is Parrot. I could stretch out my hand and touch

4 at the Clyde Line ticket ollice the fair Burs ]lost a pair i of Illt \'i With this number begins the eleventh ] now finished. The rest is plain knitting "iPets like me, I can toll you bring the very stones that had coffined the living
dead. I could look down Into the
Sanchez & Hnya of have and Forrest and seaming back until the sole Is long
Tampa, to New York, and how much would gained some yllal.I( I'X- year of the Herald'.s existence. highest prie.\
posted a notice on their factory door be for l : enough; only to makeastiong edge for In the market sIr-That's decided." same depths along the edge of the water-
the Its
of is its t is
charged transportation past history
; present pregnant soaked marble where had lain the head-
that the makers take the first stitch with
cigar who went out sewing on,
the ('orLVciluesday afternoon Parsons of '. Port in with 1 of successful future. ot
from \Yaren :\ was hope} a out knitting, the where Cat. lens body, with sack and cord,awaitingthe
theirfactorylastweek on a strikeare railroad people the matter tocity l lrsksvihiebiiiiav.. Mr. l'mriuiswis I It is a for the people. on rows you
reported : paper you I sure current of the changing tide, and
permanently discharged, and it i J seam back, knit the secood stitch plain. Well, I say that no pet by any device
board of health and to Marshal] f Tar-sighted in notsiiipping \his\\ orangestoo : want the news of the day you L i from my cushions In the listening gon-
said that Mr. Haya will to Cuba toget When long enough for the foot, set up Ever brought so much I did
go Viuzant. The latter used soon. helms not lini-hcd et it. If have want here a
l'v'r endeavor yet gathering may you stitches have been i dola I could pee, high up against the blue
twenty or as as
to work many
new men in the factory. to find the.Imiissing man, hut his ruit t, and as prices: quoted i \ollay make"it known to the greatest already knit on the Instep and knit :,t. Beard in the starlight, the same narrow win

II. ii:. pl'inl has purchased) the up to a late hour ]last night had not are high ]he will doubtless l'alZ good IUlll'r Subscribe, for the Herald L round on needles to make piece the toe. dow in the fatal arch through which the '
Oh 1
town property of J. R. Itobinson fc Son, succeeded.) If nothing is heard of him figures for his ciop.Ofinonil and<1 I hl happy; advertise i in it and berich. For a man's thre sock sole set up thirty-five ] stop smartness your quarreling have, palrln hopeless had caught their last glimpse of
at Hawthorn the health authorities will order the Do both and I will thank your you blundered light and life. Scribner's Magazin
at usior -
a cost of 4000. Mr. ( ( f"f (,', : you stitches-this is for medium sized yarn or 1 can settle this question
Spelmnn I is from New York city, and body interred. tl1 pointing out to 'ouo short and inexpensive L cotton; of course very fine more onc.
only came down to spend the winter A IltuLhle and pleasant I business I t a road to happiness and LI I stitches must be set i The advantageIs friends. A &neer Industry.
I Pensacola : The case of John could here in rose-culture. up. For I cost a cool fifteen hundred.
hut he was HOn pleased with Haw. Jackson, for N which was \\ealth.ThtM.. that when the sole heel or to Is worn. An industry! which Is probably not catalogued

thorn that he decided to make it his I continued on 'ahlluctol Thursday ) a. iii. The oy.-tcrs are finer' al Daytona all ., '1'. & 1C.V.. depot is Hearingcompletion. this piece can be easily ripped of.and a THE PUZZLED GROCER.Swindled in the list of trades ii>that of gray-

future ) *. Saturday, has]assumed: a '1 phase. more ahlwllt thal they liave Iit'ii I Ina few days a "Y" will I newone made and sowed on. I .ox- hair pulling, but a few .women In NeW

The St. Augustine News tho reports -! Jackson was bail on Thursday l for years. be built between the J., '1'. & K. W. tends higher up at the heol. Is easy to York make their living In this way. Evidently .

that there is a probability says of the in the fum aUowe'c), which he gave The municipal eldiol] Monday resulted and It..I.' I L. E. tracks t east of thC rip that part bade! also. 'Sometimes the Ry a Voulli Wa Not tho old, tradition that "for ever
little gussets at the sides of the foot a Green a* He hair pulled out three
of (' ) theseroads will be Lok.d gray
building an iron bridge across the with William Hudson as security. In in the of J. A. Uostroni, ali wU
Matanza at St. Augustine this summer, i the afternoon, shortly after his release mayor; Jas. lpeion'urdl I, ('has. McNary, fil( business at th '\stand. also made separately and sewn in. A tall grNn-ooklng youth stepped Into the funeral" does not obtain among the
For the of these
chhldren'sstockings, where employers
have created quite a stir in that city.I from the county jail, it is -aid thst 1 1. A. Sanford, ahleiiimciini.; Watson Tlu'ough the kindness of J. Fred four-threa n vlae grocery they kept arists
Saxony wool Is excellent; It drink as well to and To some women gray Is becoming
All are heartily in favor of the enterprise Jackson took his 13-year-old: ] daughter, tn>alrlrj; Win. Summers, clerk ; Kll, the obliging station agent of theF. and Is strong.. For a child five years wel old. something after peering about a little a, eat or rather some gray ver becoming
and predict that it will who i is an important witness Frank Stanton assessor Chas. Mar- C. it P. learn that the' smo
prove a L against ; ; we during three ounces will be needed for a pair of ginger-cakes. Said he to the grocer:: to Its owners. fine hair
paying investment. him in the abduction case, into a room t'USl'U, collector; K.; .J. Shines, mar past; four days thl' '1. G. H. 'n. has: stockings and a set of med Lum-sizePsteel L .Thom' mighty fine cakes. What's the when it Is gray does Straght pretUy frame

Co! Oscar Hart, brother of O. B. and threatened tc cut her throat if she ihaJ tralsrtrrlc to the C. ,' P. at 'iii:1 needles Is to be usod.-rGood Housekeep li'astvou'ht take for Ole of *om? "Ten a face; it is heav and woman

,.j Hart, deceased) who was at one time did not swear in court what he Theree no more unmistakable I slallH t 4,175 packages of vegetables L ing. _ routs:" i-eplietl thi grocer. "'Vel. I bile possessing Justified In puttingthe

. governor of Florida and one of the he would tell her to swear in the aSl'. marks of civilization, no ral.1 ail, Petitions i are being circulated] lltlko ont' I)'0\1 wrap it up right evil day off as long & possible. -

sons of J. D. Hart, formerly of Jack The girl was badly frightened and after -. to progress) :, than good) Kvcry:: throughout the State praying the gen- WORTH KNOWING.It irootl. grocer wrapppl l up the cake p Cars. fluffy hair with a tendencyto

; Died at Otter creek Friday: being released by Jackson, she i effort should be made to continue the eial Government: for an appropriationfor and banded to him. Ho looUed thoughtfully cur. A. considerable beautlfier.

) was about (05 went to Justice Moreno and made marling ofouravenuesandmain roads a scientific investigation of the diseases Is worth knowing that flour Is better at it a while and said: "I L women having such a surprised to

of age,Dease one time clerkof an affidavit, upon which a peace thissummer, !o that Ol'C 'cs through ali! insects of the orange. Every for severalsUtn s In a light cake suchas don't believe I want this cake nftor find themselves after years of commonplace -

yc'\r Duval county. W\I warrant for her father Was issued. Int beautiful] forest scenery 'and by our river orange grower-every c i ti71'1 of Florida ] sponge sill; won't you swap ne: n drink: looks, endowed by the whitening

le meantime Mr. Hudson sought the shores can be utilized. in ltct-is deeply] ] inu'rlstec in l It Is worth knowln 'thot It Is better to for It?" .Yes," said ti-o greeir as he took: of their hair with a really dIstnguhe

Holy] Trinity Episcopal church at L magistrate and withdrew from Jack I this matter and I should ttLh his hove coffee ground coarse for use In thEordinary ) back the cake and Iiut.ded) him a glass ofsomething apparance I Is a mistake drss y

Gainesville was the ICl'lH of a very son's bond. Later in the afteraoon Key Wct .trlaf.wr. name to the appeal. tin coffee pot. The young man swallowed The "sweet disheve- '.

4 pretty 10nV'dl'n) .the occasion Jackson, again found the girl near the The way the street cars have been It Is worth knowing that small amount lquor nn I startl' off. "Hold on." ment" of loose locks and curi
being the marriage of Miss Emma corner of Palafox] and Government running for some time is anything but ci led the gnllr. "you haven't paid rm does not belong to silvered crowns.

e Finlev] daughter of Col. ami Mrs. tret' and was attempting to force satisfactory to the hiuh iiic. Happily I AT A MOORISH WEDDING.Vipuionr of knowledge shut wel closet.aired. Is better than a for the drink. .I s sapped you the caki* Frizzes and bangs of gray hair are equallyout

S. Y. Fin e')', William H. Christo- her to go with him. His action was the strike which I has hampered thecompany heap up a for the drink/ "Rut you I aven't: paid I of character. Soft puffs or 4 la pm

p her, n young man prominent in' the witnessed by Jut(
Lushws and social] circles of Jackson- Young and Sheril\Vikil He was heavily for lime past thirteen weeks is( > tinItt'ilc 4 shut carefully If you were afraid awaking ho stood and I scratched his puzzlod glory.-N.Y.
ville. immediately I by the itt an 'Iul-a(' promise having l It a a Tme.Mark
urrrtec thcrill 01 Iu waS; t\lnllU when we stm tf>il I off to a the
baby. head, while tho young man maito good his
affected the
and in
placed the cars are again being MODI jeli had
The bureau of republic is : : all Wlddilt Thlltl.'mo'n Is worth knowing that work taken in Twain's
informed tion, where a charge was entered liberally patroni/cd, which \\e I trustwill I to rcin.tin oltFIlo ttu h found for I that bananas a new which use has been against him for threatening the life of induce the management toI I pel milted to look on a iloorteh laily. We proper doses Is the best medicine for Strange, ",I."lhu.oln hog. Mark Twain has a brother a Reht

add wi greatly the child. During the night Jackson give a more efficient service in the found oursolvo-s in a short iac-ago I Icad- body and spirit. Buttho emphasis" shouldbe Some time last summer William Kyle Iowa Is absentminded
to the value of that In I "
the word in book. It Is
several to" related In
upon proper. put a
] began to manifest signs of insanity, ititu Lt'. Ins Into the pat In, a !'uan' hal around% a farmer rending near Fair hhiliniiseiJ,
places in central America Hour i is that town that he drank violet Ink for
Is worth that
knowing It Is not rightto
whether the built. On of tho
feigned or not the offices rooms are one I of Ms
'blcl one largest: hogs weighing 23Jpounds.
now being made from bananas, which, could not tell. The city physician Josh Curry is erecting a house, for I>oisof! the apartment sat the bii I le.tuloI put a child to bed hungr.nor because After searching for It for some blackberry cordia.and then took an allopathic
under chemical analysis] is found to himself] on Elizabeth street near Instead of his
was summonedyho, after examination fashion with a veil of checked en- he has had his supper deny him the tim ht it as A few d.iys doe
contain more nutriment than rice, for Jackson and Eaton.Quarantine. timely enveloping her. This was presently extra piece of bread he asks for. lie.ga\"o 11 Ifst : cough medicine; but his latest absentminded
beans ]prescribed a ago tit of ff straw stack adventure occurred last
or corn. A manufactory on a man was placed] in the cell to watch commences ti'-mmmorrov. raised, ami uUclosoii the lady to our vlow.Sho It Is worth knowing that pieces cut ami was surprised see tho hog come summer
large scale is being established at :; was a girl 1 of fourteen and injr from the of shoes when his wife had gone to a Sunday
Port Limon him. Saturday morning the case Only two mails week from now ) very tops lined forth alive but somewhat tlnner. It is picnic.
Costa Rica. against him was continued, and at 10 until the 1st of December.1 fat was cOIfi.lcre,1 alienuty.: with woolen cloth the edges overcast together -(d the straw had clipped down on aol maid and Mra. Clemens both being

Gainesville Sun: Thomas J. Rd- o'clock before Justice Moreno, the Indeed, when r.chins! a marriageable! make the best iron holders.It it, and in its eTortsto( get out it inul for the Mrs.
man and wife haye sold to case for abduction was postponed until The remains of M. Emma Y.Brightmau n (It is common gir.too) for weoka Is worth knowing that kerosene Is worked its way into the sack. Upon examxmiiuition gone her husband that he Clemeoslnlt

Whitaker 100 acres of ]laud in section: 10 o'clock next Wednesday who died lately in Philadelphia covered with warm .p'.inL their often recommended to be added to a bier it v\fw found that the hog h.id nicely prepared in the refrigerator. Upon

30, township ft>, range 14, for $ ,OOO; to assertain JHkson's true Ioring condi were brought I to this 'city by time In dozing and feeding on the fattening full of soiled clothes. Turpentine is eaten its way for 0 good length upward her return home she Inquired of Mr.
\\illiam A. and the stenilisitihieUces diet of mill; (tin1 native Sallie Ho man also tion.Jlraitlcntouii. on Wednesday: > said to be good for whitening and sweetening timo.of Clemens as his and
sohi -to the same party 100( acres in last and interred in the city cemetery or u certain bean, supposed to b' infallible them.It Imprisonment was three mouths and he had enjoyed t his bahelorho. hoW

section 12: township 10, range 14, for Journal: on Thursday afternoon i, being, followed as 1 fat producer.Her Is'worth knowing that when the four davsl:-Baltimore American. "Well." said lunch. "I

:(IMMJ. Mr. Whitakeraud his attorney, Judge I I. L. Mitchell, of Tampa: has to St. PauN Episcopal] church and face appearance presented the most extraordinary white- baby's new shoes cause him to slip on the How 0 lon Keep Warm the salad you spke Cemen wa dd"tthink

Mayor Green, of Ocala] have been in held the of judge of the alt i to her last resting place on earth by a with delic.it.ft 1.eins painted bhi"> floor, you can roughen the soles by mak- I have been preparing skin of a loon. good, but I ate it,"
positol a pattern pale yellow -
the city for ] and have large concourse of ( and rela I now understand how loon keeps warm investigation Clemens discovered
sever days iiivested judicial cilruit or lifteiti years, excepting : .it'll. and black on a thie.'eornen-il, patch ing criss-cross marks with your scissors 1 Upon Mr
large capital in phosphate]lands two years, during which he tives. crimson on en(-ii c' ami chin 'lieeyebiowp i : so that the darling may b safe from and enjoys lite oven in icy waters. Hit that he had "eaten It.-Inde
in the Trenton neighborhood. ,111 tumbles.It white vest is lined with a double thickness that la, the yeast put to raise
tilled the chair of justice of the Supreme New Smyrna llrcczr. weie by: thick! line
De Funiak Court. of dense 11.tC'Ltld l from th:> of Is worth knowing that a dull day Is of fat stitched and quilted In among day's baking, while the salad proper remained
Signal A black a ir. < eorneis
: peculiar marrige -
Sunday a number of colored < the roots of his feathers in an amazing Dispatch.
took place this week in which The value of property in Manatee persons met in the scrub south of the the! eyes, which weie bl.ic: .ened, exteji-lfd the best for cleaning windows. The sunshining way. The warmth Inside cannot get out untouched.-Pttburg.

eorge Washington Catenhcad] and county with gross amount of taxes i is : railroad for the purpose of gambling, a fan-shnpod dosign in bhiek! to tLe top on the glass makes It Impossible and tho coM cannot get In. How huge are Ventilation by Fines.Ac .
rub hard .
Miss Mary Elizabeth Graves of Florida ] reported in the Floridian as follows: when a dispute about a of the ears. to polish them a a you will- Ms muscles: and how stout his bones! He

,wer the coutnictingparties. The Total value] of real estate, personal Tom employed ale bv Mayor wOJan)fc- I 1 I he tpi of her fitisrer and toes were Ladles World. Is at the same time a stern wheeler and aside expert In domestic hygiene asserts
Powcl there should be in house at
of the railroads and ] dyd .rra cotta with btnna. Ayeshsi ( o for under water both feet tat every
man objeu. and( property, t'gmphH, ( rn home, got the Mayor'sshot wheeler one flue connected with the living
c.vlletl 1 in
by the assistance of CJJ. W. D. Crw- Hi,3-; total taxes for purposes, gun, returned to where the others sbe was ) was Iid a gorgeous la.he Potatoe. and wings play their part. His outfit is which registers should be
khaftan of red silk amid gold brocade placed
thorn (Il'loltcNI Season one quart of sliced cold boiled hit nusines. rom.
they for
: to De Ft I- $,40140j; 'Jt for county purposes, were standing and shot Paul] Anderson perfect the bottom and the top of the
I in gold and to her )
uiak.butwere I ll :iiIL potatoes with a level tablespoonful of: I astonished to find nothing In hisgizzird
headed olfby letter and : The latter iucludes generalrevenue in the face with Hit bird shot itni'ics. Her I was room; and as warm air is lighter In winter
could not sceure a license. "Uncle"liully ] $2JX)8.61) school tax and wounded others UI1r'1arnH'nlf purecolored salt and one-third of a teaspoonful of: but gravel stones and mud and
; ,$7-nsO-; two slightly. He waistcoat than cold air.there will these
brocade through
determined roads In :1; greenvelvet pepper. Put a heaping tablespoonful of: bits of root-not a trace of organic b
to be outdone, county yuua- reloaded with \O. :3 shot and peppered! and gold. time lil.uftan hiaig mat openings a constant passage of air out of
t IJu\dl'the train with the couple and tion the county school] tax includes another fellow in the Paul Anderson 0\1 down ti butter In a frying pan and on the fire ter. Yet ho se 'med in good condition the room-and. this being Instantly replaced
fnot a light efront
gaxizo arp.nt. open When butter Is not add the
potatoes. set the declared that the
went to the men who net
Westville, east of here, and that for county buiding S2,46.33! : ,and then ran and secured Winchester anti coiiliie l by band of by fresh air from without, the
returned that : a ulId and stir and cut with a case knife until night before his death he was several a
evening with a happy the county road of the board and finding Tom Powell 4-ilk in color--. In the room will thus be kept pure
the potatoes are very hot. Drawback the times heard to laugh If suggests
J l'anoOrlando of health, ::: ).8. standing in the rear of the Mayor's her headdress! was composed of silk! pan to a cooler place and stir occasionally that a loon's laugh does not anyone mean enjoyment sweet. In building the flue It is av8

Record: On the way t to: One of our Terra Ceia friends informs premises, firee four shots at hill with I, ;( .'!-, pinned around so a< tophowanairow until the chops and bacon are cooked what, let me ask,does It mean? I that I posslble.it be in the same
constant fire is
a maintained
the picnic out hitting. Powell and] Andersonwere o.lge of cue': on tne forehrad. ,as
Serve hot. Maria Farloa, In Good Mainwhile
yesterday, two us that H. B. Plaimthtsproniised h. secure House will entertain any su -
young gentlel1n arrested that I of ststons. the flue warmed by means of this
were vicing each other for the the opening to steamboats of 'the afternoon by IVpu- Above those Mine a !an.1) hI1C- keeping. _ I shall believe that a lon can laugh fire, and wl'b will add In
smiles of a fair ty Sheriff Dimick ami put into the I h !t, \s ILI a cloM damsel. Mr. F. had cut-off between Terra Ceia bay and the \ and be happy on an empty
causing draft of air out of the
A Few Word on Neatness.I a It
On emerald Her I neck by
had was
secured the lockup. Monday) ( they their : tor-ircI'd rom
inside and Stream.1uaIiiulat&.g
track and other Manatee river. The F. C. & P. R. H.
adds still to the
Mr. W.. tl : examination before Justice many necklaces, principally strings of say to the mothers with all due eon.sideration more a
concluded tu.de
that to work racket have already otrtIec through theiragl'nts vant of Orange Justice an.eihysts.Vile for their. do teach Market.Stranger house If a open fire is maintained I at
from wa'back City, ( feelng. 0
in ofmoney Xeonheing
the to ]
i has hoary past equal sum : absent,) and were held \ : wo were gazing: at her we heard aIr your children to eat properly Kay, I'll least one room. I is declared. by
pamlyzj g give you $5
80 dear of with the Plant] line for this Sanb. this most of
simple ventilation
the ones : pur- in the: which was taken at home so that when they visiting. metho
softer bonds of$4 qlickl' village
pink sex, viz: The ice cream and pose, and being completed itwould he I go jliJ up by the women in the LI .?r. their with them. Teach throuLh the roosters.SambotndlgnantiyI tonightand there will be secure perfect parity of air,,

'toned lemonade the racket. So he abautemporarily an obligation on the Government t I There has been at intervals a greatdeal The bridalfi was immediately dropped them manners'w1o at the table using a carry( oc al ) ain't no chicken I as well as an equability of temperature.N. .-.

val, but 11cM to his ri- keep it open. of noise in the Wallace house, an'l wonl'n assumed their helas-a spoon lastead of their fnjers. when they thief. I Y.Tribune.

Up1ifj soon (appearedwith a waiter Jasper Ncwa: I disturbing to the citizens lYing nearby I long white woolen shawl. The reason of are yet to young for A little p "I don't want you to steal them.

two dIshes on i open palm on which were and last Saturday] night th. was the entrance ofAyeuha's patience in the beginning bring you L remove them for a few days. Then.ut Dry Sand for Fire Eztiact1o..

ot tempting ice cream and i Our merchants set1 to be so very ated in a sort of row among colored[ I brother, a tall Moor in dark blue much saving afterwards not only of can bring them back." you Is known that one
I wel dr 1
) .1ekRre) sweet number of glasses ofsaid lazy tat they 'can't write ad'ertse- people, who were having a dance cloth djellabea and white turban. strength but of mortification. "What dat dor things c s b a

the abde(lo ha d e. AM he }Passed alngHoh I < there. Some dispute I'ose. weaponswere Draperies were dropped over the open- "I am peddling o'l alarm docks." Good for killing an Incipient oil f U

to a fend, OW We notice that our young ml and II I drawn and the females rushed] I 'Ing and Ayesha, in her cage, waa hoiste Boston Brown Bread New some factories where oil and

trm mad\at'h me." But just then the old men are again playing] marbles CH I out screaming and were afraid to re on n mule at the, door of her hous. One cup of sweet milk, one cup of sow --- have been equipped with pails a
curve and the lurch as it' rounded a the street sides-a sure indication. that t turn. They claim that they were pm occasion then came, tho bride's box b milk, one cup of molasses a little salt, one Ineipre
thrown! forward would.le; Paralyzer wasthe summer has come to stay. I eiiased out at the muzzle. of a revolver. ing surrounded by twenty or thirty teaspoonful of soda, one cup of flour, two; : couldn't help getting Now I It Is now suggested that

Whole] eonteiU. ftbu d tinitiped I I Andrew Godwin wa again I .I funs doing I wild fantastic "powderpity" cups of corn meal (it sometimes take appeal to you.If you were I ma wouldn't ing house firvs cuse by lamp explosions
r( J : to SUhjl-Ctc'c with their long brass or silver- sometimes less meal It should : benngry?" 0 you"ldon't might be by keeping some of the
I mounted guns. Tl.eii more candles and a know ornamental vases In the rooms filled with
fai ma week the of themurderer the 1st of .. stiff as pancake batter. Steam not as Iwouid bean but
i rival upon being the season on May.rIij: a rry;
lR !; and : of friends. In this
the ) ] 'zin charge long array way was than three hours but the I 1 wero you I should! ; sand that it would b always at hand
) i" more Inexpressibly
of \ The investigation that will be ;
\aq hf hut not ar (( means merely some help I tb-ltrid., born to 1 l.er husband's house.- I.1 ." b for case of need. A
time steamed the better it Is. u
manner nor srim ic was thistimeconducted by discharged and the house put on n ,
London Graphic. further Incidental advantage this..pre
A (gmfult I a. I lie ]Imad ii Utended. the eountyjulge and occupied the at I summer basis. remain open asa t caution is that o
I wil fragile
,Sm, I am I D shout out' "\e tention of the court from 'Tuesday mater of ( ( the year for the L i A new sof paint brush is a go Nearly every day brings new people I by being so would pieces prl

morning until Friday evening. I will 1 accowuOlatol of guests, who will; fat.Often and little eating. makes a m thing t cre furniture wih. a to LeRoy, all of whom are chare I much less lble blate b.rne
the brste wi penetrate the deepes I with our location and cimt. .I

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COUNTY Politics from Our Exchanges., Mr. tJI'\.'hud wild New V I. f' When DId the "Glalls Age" 1t-n1: w : II. RIVERS I HODGES
.1 Iris being a j ear for generAl elections j The'main ..irjj'u"1 -I ur those wpote >- So far aa research Las been able to determine i -

*- national state and county the average the noiuiiKilii-ii of Mr. ClevcUn-1 is glass v-i3 i!> ne .ooo rears be-I

-PUBLISHED WEEKLY- that do l bi Heve he New fore the birth of Cliritt, and was -DEALER IN- ,
*.BR.ADF01iDCOUN'n KLOBIPA voter is exiled upou .to mister a good they nut can carry
a ..' -V many solic'ion inquiries about the health York. Tli<* of them who favor the then not in its infancy by any mannerof
1.C.WEBB. In the Slade-collection at the
-Editor- and i ubtlthe,. of his wife and babies, and to fuhmi to I iiominntiou of Senator Hill vxpre&s. the British means.musenni there in the head of a GENERAL MERCHANDISE

a great deal of hand-nhaking nnd otherunusual opinion thoU be can carry that state antI the name
ilIuscR1pTIo1 lion molded in glass, bearing
A YEAR.lr .
,.. S $1.00 clviJJtirs. in support of their opinion, point to the of an Egyptian king of tho eleventh

-)r.f"WM .JlWl"IliRg t4I < f o."ff'tIS1 lie is cxperteil to make numberless i fact tlial he w: HtPted governor in 1888 dynasty. This is the oldest specimen of DRY GOODS,

:.. S the /Vrt np- .czark'. /I/. *i &N11ui promised nnd is forced tn the: conclusion I j jhyiilMmt 14.000 majority. while Mr Cleve. pure glass bearing anything liko a date

: b'laJl Matter.The that the name of the lake seeker is legion \\4 nil was (*,effatul l 11\' Mr.I Harmon by nj now known to exist. The invention now

.. "j' .. More than that. each one has suddenly idciltllpcd j 1 Binali majority. Olh-rs who ire against known as "bleezing," the mode of varnishing NOTIONS,

:' ..; .T. I O.iFloridV .. norninalinc cit'hrr( .Mr. Hill or Mr. Clcvc- pottery with a thin film of glass,
Hon. .. will bo into u very clever fellow l and I
is believed to date back to the first Egyptian BOOTS.
next c vcrunr. is makirg a crcal SHt-rificc his time and i law! say Ih'it niiliicr of them cnn carry dynasty. Proof of this is found in

tHlctjts for thu gnnd of his and New York. owiii to the hostility tn each found in
: country the beads, glass glazed and
S ,. Brail fonVii lrU. .ation i ultil for ntlicr of he democratic factions in pottery SHOES UL'Mt1E
; > I his fellow! men.-Ex* ( two the tombs of tho age above referred toSt. Lj

::;;S jr. L? Gn: ktn< for govprnor? I I I that siiiic. They believe that western Louis Republic. I

Tampa' At la got street sprinkler. ninn should tioniinalcd, GROCERIES.Starke w

There will be inU'reiting times at Now where is Key As a matter of fact the followers of Mublc That 'Seldom gong. I '-.5-/c

\ the Tampa convention and somebody 3emocr.it. Hunt it up West'at-Equator-j"coni. Senator 11111 In New York hivu no such The raising of an umbrella in the ri1

is going to get left, ing young mun" gets home for he''l'! need feeling of hoi'tlity to Mr.[ Olevc.and as j I theater is a bad omen for tho business. ,. Fla.
.. Where is the of fearless heart who -
- iL. The dust of the campaign Fifties on would prevent them from voting for him man : ;
Mr. D. e. n,11|1. (f Sumterville, will sing the music of "Macbeth" or THE TRAVELERS HOTEL 1 Q
hIm thick end fll8t.-1'lu11pa Tribune if he should l he nominat'-d. It is sf.iteil
bU'i;l)1c1 the Timp to F. A. Walpolcaud i ';Meg Alerrilies" other than at the rehearsal
lie didn.t raise much of a dust in Polk on good authority llut of the New
J. many of those plays? \1
O. Oarut'ii"T.: who ha'e8-: or production CORNER DAY AND CEDAR STREETS.
IVT3tIld control of the iamc. I county.-Bartow Ccuner. formm: mit. Begentle York delegation to the Chicngo convention t, "Lwald he attempt it he will be "sat

with the young 'un, gentlemen. be prefer Mr. Cleveland to Senator Hill, I down upon" in great shape and very JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

I The Gatettecrplan of raing will grow in experience as he advances in and thai they will make their preference j hard by the other members of the o&m1 -

fond for the world's fair i is gaining life. then, perhaps he will find thai the apparent at Chicago if (he opportunity to 1 pany. Of all bad omens the singing of I

in public favor. Every county in 'office seeks the man."-Tallahassee. do so presents itself. I that music is among the worst.-Chicago I AMERICAN- AND EUROPEAN- PLAN.

th. Ntate should take pace at once. And there Are good reasons for sayinghat aer ld.Bobel't_ _ I I Not the Largest but the Uest
Those third democrats who ask I
-- I pnrly t Mr. Cleveland is much more popular ToombA' Advice.A .

The idea of a primary conventionnot for the repeal of the poll tax prerequinil i in New York than Senator Hill. Visitors lawyer went to Robert Toomba and I I Hotel]! iu the City.

met with favor in this coun- to voting should stop aud thiuk. This iu New York city are surprised to find I asked what he should charge a client in -- .
ty. The good olr1.f:1/: hioned scrub tax is what tuna our schools, and as the ttaxpsymr nearly! all of those with horn they & case to which Mr. Toombs had just I A NEW BRICK HOTEL supplied I 'Jo'
listened in the court house. "Well,"said with electric lid Is. jras. e eelic tire .J"rms. : I '.;
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race go.td enough for Bradford. his extra dollar in HOD GES
anyway come contact are outspoken in favor of best beds 1\/ I '
Every hag right to for the law is made those who Toombs, "I should charge $1,000, but fire escapes night watchman ;
man a aspire to reach pay the nomination of Mr. Cleveland. There for did money can buy. g.M d table good service.convenient "
to have $3,000, you a
office, and the Inclcy man: takes the no taxes but who arc very loud mouthed appears to bt* very few who admire Sen. i iHill. i you things that I would not have location sheet c-irs: from nil i

InO"t vote at the polls. Repeal the law and the illiterate When the M ,
winter and! summer.BUUTON. '
population of our phosphat-j mines ment Wits started the leading of
i.-- The county convention last Thursday will vote us back under radical rule. and mainccr Tree. R. OAlJaS
that movement fetid he thought it
was very harmonious Everyone such men as Brother McElroy will be possible to gel 40X)0 .sign Itures in New was The literaturo of "weeping trees" is I apt Proprietor.

S present denied all third party much of it plainly For Sale. STERNBURG & Co.e i
taxed double to pny for the education of York in favor of it. This estimate was enormous,
ideas and the convention adopted colored children. It is a republican measure believed even Mr Cleveland's mythical, but there is a large basis of I ORAN'GE and PEAR GROVEtX mile south ,
very strong democratic resolution by wrrm- fact which most of these marvelous fltarke 4* seres of land 14 acre Improved T i
gotten up by radical republican eat admire-Vs. to be altogether: ten high.; upon rM In grovtt NI<* bouse and improvements
Bradford ran be counted on with I More than that number houcvcr. hcs stories rest. Many travelers have 'rwt-e Uis Title perfect. I offer thw place! at
and tint democrats
Sior usual big democratic we are surprised : good been assured and it is safe to that the described tho famous "rain tree" of Pa- I i great bargain,also, horse, wagon and fanning

--mljorit1 I I5 i should allow it in any third pirly. : plat number will lexrh 50,000 within say u week. dradoca, Isle of Ferro. John Cockburn, mnlfemeuta.n .). For further information addresiaiI4

An effort fc being' made to collect form.-Times-Democrat. I About Mr. Cleveland's popularity in New in 1735, describes a tree at Vera Pas,Cen. A. H.Stark'l'ULL18., Its and Retail Dealers]

F $ 5.000 with \.hich to build at the York therefore there can be no doubt tral: America from which pure water

world's fair a headquarters for the At lime St. Augustioc convention four I especially as be sigiitture obtained iu continually dripped from every leaf and Scientific Amarlcaa I
it lIon. B. P. Cullioun of other cities of the state greatly exceed( expectations. for
Sunday schools of the United States years ago WAS branch.-St. Louis Republic. I Agency Merchandise |

The scheme contemplates aakint; Putnam county who placed the name: ot I I It is true that in 183S Senator Hill received Chinamen cannot become citizens of ,

each school tn contribute an amount lion W. B. Lamar in nomination for at I about 14.000 more votes than Mr. the United States because the right of I FLORID:
torney-general. Now il is announcedthat I Cleveland and it has been charged ih.it -
equal to ten cents for each officer naturalization is limited to freo white .
Senator Hill was not true to Mr. Clce.
Mr. Calhoun will himself be candIdate .
S and teacher nnd one cvnt for each H J"ud-It is probable! I hit there is no foundation persons and Africans or people of Afri-
office. far henrd fromit Staple ;and Fancy:
for that As as for the descent.
Those can
pupil. charge. who are in

_ will be n triangular fight for that office a position to know snv* the reason Senator CAVEATS.TRADE MARKS. Any conceivable J article.

At last a snakehas been found inrelaud. -the candidates being lion. W. B. Lamnr. Hill ran ahead: of Mr Cleveland is that DESIGN PATENTS

It *as killed of course, as lion. B. It. Milam aad lion. B. P.Culhoun. the brewers and liquor dealers of New For information and free COPYRIGHTS Ha&dbook write,to etc.I Any kind of Provender
I York democrats and I epn hliclius. raised MUNN & COn: aa BHOADVf AT. Niw YORZ.Oldeat .
.. soon as discovered, anti will be preserved .-TII 1Ilhllssccl\n. I about $400.000 for campaign I purposes, I I bureau for socurlng patents in Ioery y .'
in patent taken out by ne Is brought before ,, for hive Slock.
a glasH A Belfast and ordered it be
case. to expended for liars i lbs public by a notice given free of chaise la th .11
newspaper describing it says the Now that Congressman: Bullock has decided son and Hill All the liquor men wutitd '

,' uake IK 7J frvt long and nearly 7 to stand for re-election the second Senator Hill elected because they I thoughthe I jftitntititlreest mtritau: Millinery s
would he favorable their
inches in circumference, and was district will not be without interest during more to enlir ,
ClOtH than: Mr. Miller the republican gub- circulation ef any sdenttflc paper In tile .'
takfti by a contractor in Nora's I the coining campaign. H.m. C. M et tutorial candidate but the world. Splendidly Illustrated No Intelliirent
liquor men man should be without It. weekly $3.00 a Aud Furnishing Goods nil attics sizes and t rlce
(krdet., Cooper has been beforu the people sometime who were republicans! wanted Harrison I I year: 11.50 six mmiUjs. Address MtTNN A Oan

and alienay has a following which foi president, and Misiste I that 'the liquor 1UBLISUIRX1 JS&\IIItt"Q,New vnrk. : Call anti !satisfy "lIurtltit..f
men's fund should be used to aid liars iSlln j j4KING : ,.
Mr. .T. L. Hill!, chairman of the will no doubt prove formidable before the I H I Notice.
as wlh as n ill. It is worthy of notice For Farmers Builders. Pho' 'hate Mille.
democratic executive convention at Gainesville and then it Six months after date I will present my \ccouutk&n.l
county com- a that Harrison and Hill ran M> close tgeiber <.. I I vouchers to the Honorable Win. F.Jlalphurs.

.. ,. mil tec, i is a democrat to the "le l of probability of other candidates: coming i that the difference be) ween their County Judge in asd for the county also Stoves l{ nges. Cooking Uteusils.tZ

his shoe. lie suits hip position as out.-Green Cove Spring. : votes wi>s less than 1301! thigcxpln Bradfor State of Florida as ad
of Ihe cst IP of Patid Brow deceased.
tion of the defeat of Mr. in inp To uit tisle: and pocket. Ac.i.
I Cleveland vny nny
well ask for final from the
a a duck suits the water. He i ilischHrgt* ame. -
1888 is the correct mile il N apparent that This 9th day of October, A. I>. 18'1.Nor. .
for twelve years and thll'1.tltuJAPIf any sUite or section. Florida tax-payers : for saying that Senator Hill is more pop-I POWDERAbsolutely 6. 1K9I.-6m f.dniinlstrator.Notice :
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; nominates him for are to-day taxed beyond measure-at leakt I nler in New Yoik than Mr Cleveland. of Final Discharge. I

twelve Bradford i is for reduction from If any democrat can carry New York Pure.A i iix :
more. could not there a cry every J
months aftr date I will to the eotinlRf
Mr. Cleve'and! can. If he is nominated he I
get a better nor .1 atei mati. uook and corner in the state. The democratic would ty ( of Bradford county. Stale of Foridl1.fur lOWEST PRICES
undoubtedly poll not only the full cream oC tartar baking pow party owes it to itself and to time democratic vole but also the Icpendeut all in Iravoning Mrenglh.-L/atest U. S flu.er)i I Utrf Trunk Minm'.eits. dtcOIIIiedtlat. of t ,

There is a great source of gratification people to reduce taxation to the last pos vote. Aud aJl the signs point to hit renominatiulI..8.1vlt.una.u went Food Report. county. 8, !J'j2. 1. w TrasKR
RoYAL BAKIXG l'oworsCo.. 106 Wan St.. X. Y. February AaminiMrator.HJGm
to think that Bradford'sdelegation table degree. We know of no particular :.IItA. :!

; are unanimous for our extravagance that has been practiced, yet .. I. O. 0. F.-ReRuiar! NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF- ADM1NIStr q'S STYLISH A i TURNOUT!
Not Bad nmeetinr every Tuertlayni'ht .
so after All. trK to sell the lnt.r st of minors iu
fHlowr townsman Dr. Gaskins for the party has promised lower taxes. The E V. Wooll.or. MmKe&a Uovks. All"- ,-, I in their hall. Trun lairKON .

II \rrnor and that they will support next legislatiue ohould be selected with an guany coMiity, Pa., in speaking to H -, went J.brothers J. 0.11.\cordiallyIOVJMH YSES. I Mon.lay. }l:1yd. 189-J, at 10 o'clock a. m. ,
I will apply to th Hon Wm. F.
him before the convention. It would traveling I man Cli.imbeil.iin's ine li jirn- -. y.o Malphurs.county ; HORSES j
eye to the carrying out of this promise judge in and f or the countv of Bradfont.Slate
have been if the inot said; I recommend them above all F. J. *IELI>S, Sec. I of 1 101"1 11\.for authority. to sell and Cony..
\erv Every county should put on Us best timber other I have tued them niy-elf and all the rijthv. tit)to and interest of William Phil 3
delegation had been divided. Thcdoctor' for this purpose. No party can lire know them t<> bo reliable. 'lalxravsguarantee Bradford Lodge. No 42, F. Si A. M. lips. Lizzie Phillips Jessie Phillips and ( and Gentlemen's
and imrfliUy night before the third I Phillips minor heirs of W. R. Phillips dt.'Ct'aSt"'d.I Eidini
chances to
better than customers
are by promises alone.-Green Cove Spring. my AZewt In each month in an.Uo the folio wing piece or lot of land situated *-.
ever now, and fI'crman in the havA tierorhad a bottle retuiued. Mr. WM. F. MALPIIURS. W.M. I in the lown of Starke county of ;l '
Wood bad hardly \nisli\ d upeaklntc, W dNalORT. Sec. and tate of Florida.described as follows: ao-cL t.
i: vonnty feel proud of it. lIon. J. B. Johnson! editor of the r. scu I whau a liiila girl ramu In ibo store with --- -- -.- feet off the south opd of a lot formerly sold ..

J county Democrat is being heartily endorsed i ai empty bottlo. It. was labtlcd *Thaiuberlain's COMER L, PEEKATTOUNKVATLAWand James D. Jones to the paxtor and trustees of OF ANY KIND. GO .TC
Pain Balm." The traveler NOTABtaud A. M. E. church,t.iiig the lot of land .
Visitors to the world's fair will by the people of Pasco as a candidate -i wax In deed from Dr.J. M. Jone tn W. R. "" .>
int.re.bed there -
.- a> wa certainly a bot-
dated May 13th, 1879, and recorded in book
avAil themselves of a bureau of public for a representative of the legislature. ilo emuing back but wailed to hear Fire> Insurance page<9Set *eq., in public ordl.t of & Stables.

comfort, wanag.d by the exposition He wonld make :a good one. His letter 1 1I what the UtUe girl .iid. It wan 118 follows -I RepffiCentl LIVERPOOL LONDON & GLOBE. COUD T. Florida. SARAH PHILLIP. Co/s Livery j
"Mainm Apr. left -5t AdministratrixMaster's
: QutboriuQThi5 will I 1 : wants another bottle or PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON GREJ W1CH.
agreeing to make the race has the right ,I that medicine; she sayii U is the best. SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Ia trancCompanies. and Saddles. Expert Drtiers. 'n
headquarter* iu a building on the tla:.-T\J1AbaSiCl'\u. i I medicine for rheumatism ahe ever had." Choice lot of Land in tows and Sale. .

grounds, and will provide for visit- [0, cent bottles for sale by all mediuine I c.untyforaaIe. U DER and by Ttrtue of a decree of fomrlos Vehicles for any kiadof Hauliasr..f'

em means of information and almost Let the democrats march to the polls iu I dMiler -- STARKE jD19tf FLOE1PA._ __ hy the ure.circuit ao4 .16dalv court of the made Fourth and entered judIcial in circuit A.> 1) FEED FOR YOUR HORSES. Hft. 1
:. vv -rv facility for convenience October in solid phalanx ur.d vote time Good -Looks. i SPRING TERM chancery. Bradford therein county pending in wherein a certain E Strong cause PROMPT ATTENDANCE.; tl

S .!txrufoit except lodging. The bureau straight ticket. The action of the republicans flood looks are more than kin deep complainant and John J. Bach Elisabeth

.iHV[ managfd by W, M. Kas on, l iu deciding to pl.icr: no ticket iu the depwndmg upon A healthy c ndition.or and Joseph J.Cone are defendant 1 will sell MOin CARRtAGE FACTORY STUKI
BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL the bteheKt bidder fd eu k iu frost of the
all the vital organs. lithe Liver be i-
.-.. '. ..,,.tlarl charge of similar service at G.ld is merely a ruse to dir dc the democ- active, you .have a Bilioui Look, it of houie Brad door font to. on the town Starkc,iu said :

i_ hr'VhiJadelphia centennial, though racy. Every pop 011 44 'ifWch; smaller scale than is now till the October t election unity in the Dyspeptic I ook and it vour'kidiieys he the saiUH being the fecond day of satt month
urge affected you have s Pitched I Looks] Febru> 29th, 1892. a legalsate &). Within the legat hours of gale :;
: 1.'nnc..t.A. TRUiNKLIiNE. SHORT )II'J :
separate organization party through which stu-ctss can only be Secure pxnl bc.ikb and you will have that day. following real e-tare situated i t l
1si.i2g arrangements with the )hotels! attained. Whatever' l-c their K nod looks. Elwtric Bitters is the the coui>t\ of Bradford and State of Florida tfoHortbed Middle\ and \VVat Iorl.d&. MobUa Sew Orleans i id .J1t"
111113 guber. great RATES OF TUITION follows The "
; : east half ofthe southwest .aU points North eat aodortbeasL Jflant.lI w cMckct.. 00-
and lndjin bonnes of the City, will IIIltnl i l or coiijJVbbittiu! prediclionK lit alteratvo and Tonic;.$it acts ditf'ctl.von quarter of the southeast quarter and Tainiia to Cincinnati without change of $ eepr.. i '
ffU-n it i flt'n.jc.'t' to .ill) ,'isitol'110 thes vital organs. Curt Piruplw. First Grade up to Fourth Reader $1.00In' southeast quarter of the i.ortbcast quarter. Tla Mont icello and ThomasTillc. ', '
mi petty ppite <>T -4 dt'111111ht: divide the Blotches Rolls and Kireo a good com the east half 0 the southeast quarter in CARD In effect 91b 14, 1892. ..
S ih if It ji the determination fire and the\7e-t half of the .
northwest .
t > plexion. Sold at.V. II. Rivers Grade to Intermediate '
S.. p..rt3 pie er.t M j-olid fionl whether Drugstore up Arithn io. of tim southwest ,quarter of section four.all 1 IHV'N.I M I 4 10 I = I I1ESlEi lJJ\ I I

1"h'ct \i,itor- from iIr.pO1ititI.Z! oftf tht,iv be un cjn-my rn not. and the victory 50e. p r tiottlo. 4 Grammar Geography etc., l,:0 I township wen south,of range twenty-two east Ar 3 tlO P 945. II 81"1 100 a L. Ja'k8Ondl. II r 8 II,.
\'rv de'ciipti'Mi, and lo Bee thul and ntamlnK an area of<.ne hundred ant sixt Ar 145p 'i aOaI1OG0p 'i 32aLv BaldwinLv 7Lp
is !.-Pala'kt II :.. The KirkYillc Meeting. Third Grade, \ acres more or les*. Terms cash H. Ar i.55p. SSOa 1214 84e5sr lake City Lv.t,
comwou school
lri4.t':4 'u-Opt .1itwn; ba rt'follat'&at -._ ___ course Al. paying for titles. JAMHS T. WILLS. Lv lCl'ia 15311& 13.ia 93aaAr Live Oak Ly a.,1 ,
:' A CI38B Call.! Editor TKLCQKAPn-Tliere was held apolitical gebra Latin, etc, 2JO April 1, 1892. Special ( Lv 11 4'II 4 31 a aArSuwannee$pp Lv .
in l.' It)48 a 32Ja 310al02 aAr 1tadi"oo I.v U4p1Sj
S --- -- Mr. J. P. m.ise, nn extensive real e-- meeting Kirkville. and (there Fourth Oradr, collejr.ate Ge Women who bare headaches backaches L1' 1021 a 2 4t a 430 a 1135 II Ar 3tODticeUo Lv a IS p
Algebr.i SICK
: .\ rather cunom life insurance tato dealer in tins < ity, narrowly *scajeil )- was not a democrat republican or thirst wctrr neuralgria. scanty profuse i.v gla: 820a lOOp AI' Tahhabsesce 1..101,fl
: S one of the \ wream attacks of painful menstruations. disorders and displacements : Lv 92311. 4S. 845a S43pAr QUincy 1.vlSMp
: pueu- lansuages. Sciences, etc ,
,'oUt" may be prv t-utcd to the KquiI nionia while in tho northern of the : parly man there-they were all Kirkers. 3.10 I of the womb nM sexual orgai-s. b rrennl'.q. Lv 700a l000a 4:0 p Ar JfTerJul ctlCD 1.1' 12",1111-.
able I.ife lueurance .'1. tlio jiart No call was [mitt i in your paper as il was leuccrho a. should send for WO ." ; 1..11 0'Q 10 10 J 630 pit CO pAr j'tDsacola Lv ....1.,
Company. sUueduring leceut blizzard. Mr. STARKK .
FLORIDA. BOOK OK LIFE sealed). free with part \ LYlO85a 830p 200aAr Mobile I. llt& t
: U. Curtis, the actor, who is under alaize had occasion to drive several thought best not to publish anything lie- ns for home cure N O CURE NO PAY. & Lv 1142a b55p 'I4aAr NrwOrieens 1,1' .lOp --
.-- in miles during the storm and was so tlioromhly fore I quah9cationsunlimited! experience careful ding.nosis LT 9101430p 650aAr Montgomery Ar 'Usa ',
San Francisco .
arrest we got thing' fixed. there
charged with as '
chilled that he w.t unable to get was Wantml.I antI hA est representations are the Bt.\ Lv IH.9a1230p 1115pAr Birmingham LvSIOP
,.- murdering n. police officer named warm, and inside of an hour after his danger of some big wire pullers coming I of oursnccess.. Ao Uess. C. W. PARKERS. D Lv 711alll30p 'lJ.'aAr Na.hviJle Jv:15& _
few J.,1711 >;
ijiiort Laiifs and Gentlemen to 240 X. Cherry at t.KUh1'i1Ie.1'e u. L. 59& 911p 221aSr LoulllyUe :
(Iran?, hiss a 110,000 Hfc- insurance return tin was threatened' with a severe and tangling us up iu the wires and bursting (.anv8'". for the GASK'ELL UTXKARY -- L. 5001lo810p S2aAr Cincinnati Lv. ; .
ease of pueuiUQtii; "r li:tf fnver. Mr. nEOU3IITIES ; LyUtJ6.a 726aAr St. Louis Lv 'U5 P::
S : iu the Equitable company. One Blaiie sent to the nearest ilruti toro and the grandest laoveraeRt ever startedin CLUB .t a su! ran tec of $7; Ul&per monili.A Lv 1CI2J 0. _10 P Ar hlclign: J v 4
t nertiou is, would the company Ifot a bottle- of 'hmnlioiliitii's Cough this gloiioua! country. The High ,!'drc"s club CroB eyes hire lip, curvature of the I Lv 11300. i II J ISUURIVi} OU1' .

', have to par the policy to his heirs i Heinedv, of tshkh ho lud n'1en heard, Kirker called the meeting tn order, anl1l K. L. UN1CIIT the hands feet hip arms joint lejrs disease and feet and all radically eformittes (laity. Pullman cars 'lMaL1' Jacko.vm12e Ar S IS P'
and took a nunuler mf lar.e doi.d. HP nogty 254 DlnOguraienta. Sew Orleans. IU3 a L. BaId1\m Jy 'UDpt
:::" if ho huuli! be hanged? Another the machine startedit ran Franklin St.. Chicago. 111.STASKE S
along smn..therthan
'. ? says the effect w.ts \vondcrftil allel that in Ruper o'll hair wine marks. Moles etc., D inlesoh 9424 Lv Lake City Ly 544ft "
: question i is% would it have to pay the I I a short time ho was hi-e'ittiing rjuite easily. any carl you ever saw, and the following and perfectly removed. Send for f.It U1'E. lOiSnAr whiteSpuiugs Lv 3flp1201pM :"-

: ; c. jHtlicr to his beirn if he should be lie kept on taking the uindicino'nd platform was adopted: DRUG COMP'f treatise on.340 the N.oljove.Cherry C.street W }'.-\RKEH.III.Nashville, D.. I I I I _I 5 iO5SaAr .nldollta Jasper Lv Lv SOIP 5&1p. f

imprifemed fQr life? According to the next day was abe! tn come toDPS The Ar 2 hIp R SOs 5 M P Ar Macoo Lv J1 00. 1
Moinen. Mr. Blaize rf'pr.)10:: ] his cun- Whereas. republican party mails to Lv 2 e. 1 SO a 10 cop Al' Atl:1nfA Lv.t It& "
:,:... S the decision of the English court in as simply vonderAil and sayn h., will i j wed the demands of the people, and the --- DOWN Jaen from aDd women lIu1fel"InJt Lv 11 W & 4 40 a Ar 'battannega Lv J 115&.

the case nf Mra. May brick Cutis never travel nun in without u bottle 01'1! democratic pasty dues not fill its promises BROKEN DISEASE, can Cure any a form No.I,2,It and 10 daily. -

; nuM ho a J legal from the GI niuberliin'a Coutrli Jtetn"d*'.-DQHI j|. because it gets tio ehanze. therefore be it I their affliction (sealed) free. FLYING (.RACKJR.-Daily except Sunday.
corpse Moines ((1\.) S-iturduy Itovlew, & cent j]I Ke'olved. Th:it to mitigate our afflictions DR.learn how they can be cured at home by .A.r 4 .6p Itp Lv SilnrSrriBp "
liny lift Hwitenc was imposed upon oitles for sale by nil uio-Huue dealers. and prevent negro rulo we organize (ville PARKER Tenn. BetUr& Ct)write.. 840 N. Cherry street Nash Lv 4 fi6t 26p Lv Oloala I r J.41
: him and if the courts of this ''II. to-day delays are oantrerouii. y Ar 3Zp Lv WildwOCld JUI
tD: country new party, to. be styled tho American Please scale your trouble and how 211p .AF 10"
.t houlti take the same view the The whale! may: claim to have a thicker party. af ed. fjj". AI'Ar- 311p 2 tOp Slip SlID Lv L1' OWf'nJloom Lacoochfe &r1"-

'. c Company v.ould have to pay the skin than any other animal. It has a bkin ne olvcd. That all educated women !- ,, & Ar 2l3p 35p L"oI DedeCity AF.1111..
shall have the Ar 1 ,9p 4 L. 1 1"nH"y AF
; eolicv.tr nowhere less tlmn several inches and in right of su1frllge.i LUMBER Up 1.1',0\
\ .NOTICE. I Lv 12200 At" TamJ
S 500r
"' -_ .1Mny parts two feet in thickness. The i Resolved. That everv irami7r.ini. tn thia ..- ...
k :.. ------- distinction of being the .tiuckc&t skinned country: shall be givctia piece of government : --aC =- ftgt'nt. Ticket omc,8 W: Bay street, eomar jjoan Djt0t

._'.- .4 In the neighborhood of Warren, aundiuped belongs to the Indian rhinocenvs. 'I' land, be made to support himself Starke, Fla., To the peopJe ot Sltrke and vicinity: ,. Trame tanar-e1"' A. 0 MacDonell,GeD. P. &.T.A

.\1 k., ? -veral days ago a negro was whose hide has a knotty or granuioted thereon or else: sent back This is to notify you that I have closed
liilu-I\ a superstitious mob suiface, and is so Impenetrable as to Re wived. Tliat tie government control }DEA.LEHS !the saw ansi pUning mill for the summer.

5- S account ot thu color of his on resist tIle claws of the lion or tiger. nil railroads. telegraphs telephones fac- I slash have in the ytrd at the mill SOUTHERN & FLORID'
, gums. to.-ies. shops. stores and farms. KVGS, few thousand feet of rough luuiU-r.
There hat alwaya been a superstition Bueklan's Arnica Salve! Resolved. ThatIII farm products, I quite n large quantity of tlioicc-novelu

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: ::.. south thai the bite of a "bine! gum" bruises, sores. ulcers, salt raenm. fever of this country shall Iw equally divided TOILET ARTICLES her, which will be left w charge of Mr

;: 5< that sores, t. t4 ehapped bands chilblains, between all.Resolved -S Lawrence Wall of Stirke. for sale. Any in the North and North WC '
.: HP; hI poisonou as of a corns, mid all skin eruptions, and positively That every person old enough SPECTACLES,TRUSSES. etc. ore inva t of lumber may find It to Ins
S -.: rattl le!filklTbis belief i ia particularly cures nilra,or no pay required. It i and able to wotk. that won't worK ahull PrUCril'liuA. interval to call on him.
prepared I'L liB) hours Soutl
.- -: .', irun; among the l1"'groe'ho is guaranteed give perfect witisfootion be cent to China as missionary. I or night. mcbZ day' m. and 8.55 p. m. '
or mondv, refunded. PriM 26 cents j*r I James E. EllS
: : < lear and avoid a 'blue In We have the Sunday law : ,
gum. a box. Fyrsale by W. II. Rlrers 1 plank and the
: I A Billion Surke FU.. 189 and 6.15 a. m.
and ItalC April 22. m.
5- :, tight bit ween two negroes at Warir -ca- .I temperance plank, but they are so heavy i The 3m A-t B p. r
uUire is
; : :: 'n of ihi-m bitten that will let them estimated in be the amount : :
S one got through I We lf ra from 111.6ews that Rev. J. we alone till there are i. due heirs to unrtairmvd$ estates in 1 ; ii

,z--' the haiul. ant"; within three hours he F. Slwndi. }''Si'or..f t t-e Fcrnandina M more of u*> to handle lh m. We claim we England Ireland. Scotland. Wales Germany t, 1EO0- to $ 5000 made A MOITKcanbelpIaJ .ly to ajreets ot the company: or to the UnCIf'I..Isht

;4... .. air.kNt"61'aud .iied. The biter was I E. church his been instrumental in organizing bays a platform solid as eternity We and PruneThe hvira ate supposed I ersonR pref H,,rwho can turnS.!worthy a hone ferns and JAMES MEKZIES :
f-; Iut in jt i1 U nl l while in contiuetiuiitomvluH would hare It, lK cliRy in the Unileil btntt-s.' (descend pw ihur whot- time to the business. Spare Palatka lei-
) the Islaml City Clnutauqua. for no trouble with the tariff or nil' of p. ople who crusMtd the :, moments may U profitably emplove.1 ala.iT A : Macon, Ga. ( t-n. Agi-nt, ,

.1-. ':: :. 1I y ,.irte,tCh) the "blue gum"vica. I the rij"ai"Jion of popular education and Hii.vtUiur else as every person would have You who reail this tire ocean earnestly yearsHiro. SON few vacancies.t eo..w.and towns Main and St..Rtehmoud.cities.'B. Y.JCHX-Va.iKS'S i -
:? .- : .' ." An t'iminatiuu:1'1 mnden : the 1 !"ling up of ilu town. 1 r. Shands jiu equal shae'i: the rest; all would j requested 'o com>pw>int with the undersigned ap22la.J i I DEPAKTAZENT Wha are WEAK.NERVOUS.DW U'IL'

.S- to ::: gI1ii' Walt i blue. Thin was too much thne find w,' conirrituUtv him upon the At the end of this meeting we hugged \h(- svn. Remember that a letter to this .:.LA ".! HUP to an nn- and Masbeed.nllt It'ri'ibl. barkad draJ
country requires five promive of el lik )IIl'lJdad'
i.:_ : the iznorant4nas'e a cent stump. Be itinr- upon the Wt"Us .
; Ir they cunhlt4t Uis ifforts.
; success! attending Newsis aud congratulated_each other on our sagacity sure to J8II I in a condition to dU- dreadful dreaurswfakeL ofinemory. J'i.I
write and ,
; that ho was not **afc to be correct in its upiniont Dr. Shands and and ciiei till the ly. Also send your 25 name address p1aii ...-*k*S.t'iBlU ItMl I emit Ball _/ \IJa..>.V Aftft. I>.U r Dlllt"!! something upon the face, aDd a11th elJt Jeadb C rf JlCJ idecay (
ability sand cents to for a. ,WOL of I 5e.4 1'OF.
and orblaaolry
pay gestation
S- ;: is a "hustler of the most energetic postageand n..nac.. WetptllSlbc 1>5 eon-
n. .
St ieft alive took him "out and stamp"and -stow tB.N..1i 50 I' .kcure.
: so they .u1Ioo'
; was wet. CAKOT DATE. correspondence. We charge nothing ... ._ s..s.5..t CII. To..1&1. 01 U.tortuDate th' (sealed) fJ'a'Witltpar1icUJano'
; : u must valuable citizen as well as for i ..t -1. 5l.tW .. tefs ii which the strictest NO PA Y.
.i1Jecl NO CURE
him .
;. : : It"ss a negro iav.iglttillg.WILLUf LORD MOORE -all.-,._ .
nff.tir'l successful pastor nn4 able pr acher.- WDI n,.. t. "" 455.. .e. under the Immediate DR. .34 N.Cherry It.\as1t'Yi1I..T.
oll .
S ., iL"l"m-nth', from: first t! last I Broeson Tin\cs. Sub ribc. t\ a Year. Road, Shephefu's hush Lon. 1 PATIENTs 'IIEUED .AIL .1Iwtp COfItFIDEIITIAL 1DdeuoI. a staff of trained &i.Z..t
don. Subscribe l siWI'.
'1' : England tncW13m -- I.. ..-.....10 M. D. Prest.. sm< Jd .

j- I(.t. S 'f0. aLt U. f. nmi mm, nuniu *,Tf'nn. :.city timeft'. ..lion and halpin"'I5.

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: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, Subscribe for the TELEGRAPH.Hackett I VOUfltyCommisslu I Pity the Poor Poitmaater. I!I L' i iI \ atrlia.ld f204. 1'I.

Mrs. Board met Mny 2. 1S9?. All me-mileI'' It is said that the average American hns.I ) i ').. t.Y.y *'.i'tt ,N'f't'h',, whi- E. Ij- Wfl.AWiit i
,- afew ; "0i '>ur $1 -r -1, lin.
-- spent days a mania for becoming That p .
present. Minutes pogtmnsier.
ofJost .
mnteting4sl.tcd. : V
last week in Kronson. ; tl IIM filkll c".' ,1'1' w.r-
Surke, Fla., May 0, 1892. G W Clyatt./ of flrsl district reported the du ance sometimes lends enchantment to 1 V I } } "1':11"i Finv Elm-r V. .tf.: With ; 6'
Slurb '
; -.- ,_ The last meeting of the S. L. I. death of Thoiaua Q.tsklns an; nsked that I the view and mnkcs life seem a dreary 'lIt. SleiM v. ii.i aunt t.r. : n$ <1Jrp(? '!

r"Local affairs. Wl! at .Mrs. Epperson's. A.I I 'Ins name be dropped from the invalid waste to some of those who succeed in : "iz.-. Kqu-l tit 'w\ ,;11

0 I I pension roll. and I it was ordered. lit rs. their aspirations can l he gathered from seciirt geiits I-rtwe- !hi\ II1J ri __
of llu-) IInn1i..1 n --
t. Why buy inferior flour when you The only $2 a day hotel in Jack. L Quick's name: ordered dropped from the following doleful epistles to the 1"1&1 m one flu dull 1iler. ::2'i Hih! en'1 ae i TAT nutltM Ii

.. :.m get S\\'e?t Home at the same sonvillc i is The Travelers.All roll. M I Smith. appointed us one of the Journil: 1 i-xpiess with privilg: ,.f ax-.I I U", ',.,

'. < ." price at Heibcrger & Ric 1&rtl. One wriles: : 'How would i it do for the '"IHr,- pnvinir for saiu -
as "
C' assessors for the seroud flection 'PllYSICRj!
A full line of paints at I work i i. at a staid-still on acCount government to piovide each {>o.tiHH<.t.'r : I HI HeitUi ypni-jf S (J. ".tIS: \ ; : stijuc.:1O1'e : .:',
: district, T J Di-kle ,
of the dry weather.r. failing to accept.V with a wild scraper In shove out the mud atflu take 'It sigh Tin- .teun- I _:_

,, I Truby, Sternburg & Co. I Ir '- -- C Kerce unil J E Perry appointed assist- carried in by persons who cl\l1lo get their .i>l tine last wntcl: .i.1 that OJI .;1..1..... .'n,: <'''' :'
'. :
.i; Clint Richard i is ants for third election district. J Towns- miiil-'ten limes for each letter." I ;( and priced a je dtI't I -
:;t See N. J. Jones' white dieas goods) home from and I I I I L"tiCHSler. that were ai> Ijcttti s'rIt(E" f.b.u ," VI
i:4c' before Tampa 011 a visit to his mother. end and C W Douglass failing to uccepl. Another writes: "Extortionate unreasonable I[ '* I 1 '
purchase. i N
you : hni the .
blinds are demanded from us; I I pric was $ Io." _. __
The Ill, petition Cyms Thoringtou plnced: on we are Miuhhrd t by thu nincom|>oop clerks f ;I .elialile AI'rlt'liutelt fci h
'fry Walter Wills finu candies pre bytcrian t-hureh i : & Mali
is being invalid pension r.Utll he paM.) $1 ft month of Ihe department : ware snapped ;itidgrowled I Write. for .arIaeulars razco

-' repaired and otherwise improved. The following bills and ordered at by the !ulllic. no matter how I !I II rPllu: W A TCII Ct, .
: Before buy spring and presented :i I and law
Att'ys Counsellors
;. you your I kir.dl) and hone>lly and cotifcienllously; 50 .MHidett Lutie. Jew' York. at ,
f" summer goods on't. fail to look at County treasurer Kellum was in paid we do.our duty nnd the kicker i it ever on I : I

ours. Truby, Sternburg & Co. the city on Wednesday of this week Paupers t9250 hand with his eternal growl about some I .. ---- -- I J.'OOVU.. 1. JAVA'SSTARKE. BL''X.

W W Tumblin. count com 2 40 thing BRADFORD CO. FLORIDA.

t: N. J. Jones has a full stock of Mr. J. M Henderson 5 j1 painting i Q \V Clyiitt ".1 9 Sal( "\1y PRY for six years has jut averaged II And Downey Bulld'g. corThird, and .

funeral supplies, coffins and caskets his dwelling house in Johns' addi : J WilJmms to 5 40 ; four cents dijy," writes a Nebraska : Berlins Center'trj. Fernandlna, Fla.
J B Crews .4 ,
at .til price tion I" .. 4 40 posImiater. I I I Jyl .
E A. Todd & 60 wives I tuDue .
"We don't
enough to our
': All kinds of hauling done urompt- The St-irke Drug Company is fit. i Henry Lamb, budge work 1 75 and daughters get for cleaning out psy the lohnc- I' I! K.: LAUKKGKE.N:
P P PrtvaU" -)
1 25
.' 'hat. J. NV. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. tmc np their store in a very nice 11 N 11 idgrs. mile post 1 50) co and spit.wnshing I lei alone or other stopping household their c duties.okinjr" ". LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy .

:..- Still on deck with the shape. \\all! Lumber Co. lumber 2 (UOMorgan ) write a Kansas poslm-tster. Hamburg EilillC. County' Surveyor.
gieateot Urns, btalioneiy 5 35 Indiana Hcker !' Embroidery.
i An disgusted :
4 '\ bargains in summer O'Jtlg. Monday wan commi sion- E L Udoin. su, I registration 31 23 stamp says and Glovf. All LJaei run from U. S. Surrey Field NoU4L
county TIme,e is not bing i in i il but trouble.
... ._. .
4 T lilnc aud Dr. ..
1'lulJySlerllburg & Co. rr* day. A great many people were J G Alvarez rent for .\rllllllY t< 34 "Haven't earned! tIne alt in my breidMiice UnJer Vest. W"Ca1J tuii. offlc. t
To the Ladies of Starke: in town. TtLKGUAPii. pui.lishjnj 500 being appointed pobtmasKr. and Belts. :
11 S Aukins, wiimss 2 00 have force C.lr t. V
expended nervous enough ar-! *
: We would 'cat especial attention The ladies of the M. E. T R Sweat 50 8wlrmguy mail fur me?' lo hive ma-ie *. -
t -: line of line shoes. church : A J road work 2 53 ARCTIC
to our Every pair McKinney. a fortune in any other direction ""lei"
triTe a lunch to-night the :". Tin ware. Wooden warP,
0 warranted to give satisfaction.Truby at Hemingway Clerk lAud Auditor 30 VU Missouri 1 postmaster. ware. Umbr U.. Suxpenders.
W T ;
Sternburg & Co. WKKJH And no on ad infinitum.. And yet at and Under bhlrw, Ian.l- ,
Clerk and Audi)or ,
Nice mounted for sale Miss Effie Dryden, of next election these same men will work CoHar and Cufft. Perfumrry.
pictures Hampton
<- cheap at \1or an'ti Bazcir.It ill visiting with her sister, Mrs. Maggie ,. AMELIA BEACH EXCURSION with hands and feet for ihe "pnrl\*,"* in & = Forks be and 14.000 other artk-Ies I'. It. KNSFY.ST ...
enumerated which
., --. Edwards.Mr. hope of reappoinlincnl. Queer is Uncle trL..b"T" tt' .;::D .. \,. iZ'.ZtT.
't Go to J. U. Alvarez for tbr latest A grand exruwion to Amelia 1'tncli.Fcruaticlina. at prices never before he*r-i I.
., Fla. by JIlY Lodge Xo 10. Sam's card pt'rllSl'r. of Starke. 'RK ;. FLA.
; of collars. and Mr ,
ntyles genta' Saunders will
leave 1. O. 0 F.. of Stnrke. will inke piace on i ---
next week for their home in May 17. 1892 Proceeds to towxnla From Jcft' Browne's Diary. secure aom of tb.oi b fure I
r The Traveler's! ole! in Jacksonville Pough- go one. Vegetables, Candies. Fruit i antlSuiiiiiicr
keepsic, N. Y. erecting a new lull. Every one cau afford HAT 1.-O thou blessed! diary. I turn !110 Drinks.
the Ii t.clJ.llti hotel
t to
.'. only r to take in this excursion. as I ha fare (lace for comfort!
', keep open all summer. The street sprinkler has not been for the round trip has bi-en pUctd al the Political honesty political fuldlestrings! York Auction Store. COCO COLA. ,Nerve Tonic mid CHAM!

.e I this low figure of $1.50. I Ihougt I would din] in Goals what no office PA 1 ONE )I1ST.
..,. Curtain poles anti lace curtains at out week and the streets htvent
liii bcfor tell the
seeker trulh
About 8 or 10 hours on the bench gives ever *-

.i J. G. Al3I"l'z.f very dusty.. I plenty of time to bathe 10 Old Ocean ; alsoopportuntly 1 t"lc1lhcm didn't know n darn about State Democratic Co0v.atlou ect98ni Agent forbU"ry Steamship! I.miv
.1 --- -- of seeing; Urge Eng!lUh i ships finances-nnd what was thf reMiIt ? Did ) *
.A -- -
i'!,"' FOR SALE.A good, serviceAble great many town wells have loadtug phosplntii al the great elevator, they i\v altO ciedlt I even fur oriifin.iliiy? .' parly of the sate of -

-. : borne and wagon, also a l lot of gone dry. This it a good time to oilier atlr.ictiona tot numerous to men Oh, they give me "thtrt lired fl'CI Ig.: I di hold a slate convention xt

:'A black walnut furniture. Apply to dig them deeper. tion.Don't I i Wt'ltblt-dIlY. June 1st. al 12 DRillSTREP

!.".J,tt'Z' A. L von Kirn Walnut street forget day and d.ite-Tmsdjy. Shall I pretend to know more bait tin following purposes;
Next meeting of the S. L. I. A. May 17. 18 2. Trains will leave Slatke democratic party? 1 said s-ouH'thing wins delegates to represent the _. _.
.Starke. vill be held at Mrs. J. M. Truby's 4:31 a. mu Ample accommodation for wrong in the laud I didn't know what. National Democratic Conven .- w :oS ; _
4 o'clock sun time. all For further parlicul! see commit- but reckoned te democn-tic I party could! in Chicago June 21, 1892. i-r (ti7 f'J' .'V :
The nicest table damask the 1. : "
in lee- \\ 111. X. Mt-HChain P G. }'. J. make il all right This was intended asa candidates for the offices 1; "'\!' :lh'\m1 W

city at N. J. Jones' cheap mammoth ]Miss Aenes. Howe of Kmgslev Field. P. O. and sec., J. O. lUvties N compliment) Ihe pa'tty-homage pud one Justice of the Supreme 'J 1C.- ) l. .::'." i It.i It.- ;.

dry goods store. G.J Uglow. V. G. by a ymiiig lUau to gray heads.: Dnl the>' ot Stat, AlIorD "pent Sunday with \\\f friend) Miss L-j ; vt i' : ; -.:
Tickets for hale ut sUtion. Hound trip appneiate il? Wh! > these nme editors ,Treasurer. Superintend -. f .:00- t .
The best Rio coffee 5 Ibs. for $1 Sophia McCormick. from Siarke $1.50. Hampton: $2 W I&ld., who mniikrl 1 my l'lg'its at lint: very tinu- Instruction. Commissioner I "Po 1' :.

at Heiberger & Richard's. $2. Law ley $1.50. Highland $1 5."Only ) are madder Mian sorehead' democrat wla-n and four Presidential EJ- ; f 1 4J t .
Water is so low in the tank well called third and & thereof to be voted i '' .., 'Oo."tJ
they are party men. are :.. 1 tJfJ.'i
LADIES, our line of spring and that there is not enough to supply a Stolen Will. going back on me. regular slate election and i'yi1' ,.,. .'.-" __.-'' --.-.

summer dress goods is very complete the railway engines. There were a large number of people : such other business as may J.) L. GASKINS

and prices way below compe- presenllast Friday nit. ar. the Institute There's me consolation thoucb. They the convention. ,

4' tition. To see in to purchase. Uev. J. F. Shands will lecture at to ultt'nrltbe drama "The Stolen \\111"! seem to be in doubt whether I le.tlly was counties in the state will UKALEK IN

Truby, Sternburg & Co. the close of the Mel rose High school The play wa well rendered and drew I so ignorant; or said what 1 sid' in order lobe ; to the convention upon the Drugs & Medicines
some time in this month. on both sides of Ihe fence. That may : @ :
forth gu-at appl.in.se. Chip Wiukle was for each hundred vole
who know.-? Starke "'Ia.Phy&icialls'
Just received a full line of JamesMeans' help me yet. ,
Mrs. Crawshaw II character well carried out. Amos Wen- county for the candidate on
i ,,. shoes at J. G. Alvarez.A or! Lawtey, spent that received the IngliMi, Prescriptionsirefi !
V. several in Icy und Deacon Cuff were well -sl'ul- My >u ld, to have told mwhnl '
: days town this week, a rCI'I'I prompter-; at the general election of v Utrmi new stock of coffins and caskets guest of Mrs. Sternburg. ed bylr.. Win. X. Meacluim. Miss ;I to SnV. It enough that I furnish additional vote for the fmc ntg61
N. J. Jones. I the eiiherniturial I Ii'U Iar; bul they s't-it '
at ---- --- Emma Truby as Viola WHS Ixccedll. I}' c : thereof when it amounts to

& have lrs. Capt. Hurrin and Mrs. E. G. good HS wait also JUi.vi S.ulie H.irinim ia"the IlIlhin\I should I iiirninh I the brnins.. Ilso. But if any county increas HOME FOR SALE:
!.- Truby, Sternburg Co. put Hill were in town calling I kick nt that. The i-di'or of the .JnnptrNews the t.'ncr..1 election ot 18VO.
Wednesday, bold bad 'H'mau' Little t Jos Jiiulf, thai hiborcr rltOtdl
Goods n a dogging
on anew delivery
wagon. the I'cneflit of such incrrate.
their (
on friends. following deMTihed Zit.
many who takes ol once in a while lo do luis tllIl,. Second property
will be delivered any reasonable distance Truby as "policeman care shall be entitled to one del
tinii.oliou! and include giibmnt'iiblprompier. : i titled within the ewpotale limits , free of charge.have County Kcrip is now at children. loot the house by sloini. In .
par. .
Trt'3s'l where the democratic vote town of Surke. is offered for snlc:
Ib urer Kellum paid) off all \ fact each one curried out I thir p-irtt as #
tried Sweet Home flour? :
you reduced below the vote of Two Acres or Land

", ..:: The sales are increasing every day. presented to him last Monday.The wclIlb ahy amateur troupe nimbi wIll .1... I have, sent rut another installment If of the prevalence of }el- well fenced. upon which is a good. *t>llpainted
:' For sale Great credit i is due to Mr I *. Tiuliy for her Cigars with reiiifnrred tips for mouhiisfii :! counties are authorized to

The best trade utes it. by school picnic to-morrow at (nit Ii liii and nut iriiig work in i get I itig up $ to holdini i )h; type ?mi blue pt-ncils. K'M'to said convention such fact. and pJnffrred two-*>lory lwciu:;

Heibcrger & Richard. Kingsley lake will! he very enjoyable And I will send each one a box <,( niatclxstoo addition to its representatioi. excellent well of wAtor bricked fr-tu
F. t'ns etitcrtiJnmeil. Q'I lc an ai.iounl has rl&n
': Spring goods in an endless quantity An invitation i is extended to ail. I believe 1 will have littlnintct"- is : select and certify to saiu clay; good R'jil hl.! mui! <>titl>uildiii! < I.
now liei-ii I a!l'll for a fire In-ll. nml tin- cases m.i: (.t' of-of brnss. I Mri: 'II I e appn such additional delegates on II
I The is list of the Tree
following a
N. J. Jones' mammoth btore. gro"Win -
:.. at :Miss Leila Shands was married at prospect are very good to have one be- priate. They otighl to have a motto vote of 1)584.) for the action 01
I I what shrill il hc-It.r" see.-heie b :a good upon HIP p'ace:
received n
: J. G. Alvarez has just a Hronson one last week. Her fume a great many d J8. "
day one: "In ri/w) zeridi X' lvnheard under this rule will entit 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties. 3d year

car load of "Diploma" flour. many lends wish her much joy. i Zit: enough of (hat already. "Mtdiit Itltis, ,1WI.ibii".Vou \ as follow.: bearing; Chestnuts 5. 2 varieties Apple

"t'V need and Owing to dry weather the corn will go mot safely] in the SI Lee 8 6 trees Standard 3 Pear
e have everything you The railroad company: have crop middle" is co-id. 10 Leon IS *, ((3 ) on roots;

will make prices to suit the need of steam well brrer at work searching does not! loot; promUing around Zif. 4 Levy 7 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear

:" your pocket bo k.s for water to supply their tank at Xo coltun is up and but little prospect But this day is not made for moping 8 5 Madiaoa Liberty 1 t 4 varieties: Apricot 7; Persimmom

Truby, Sternburg & Co. this place.We of any coming. even though il be bul a. month to tnt 5 Manatee 4 77, choicest varieties; Peach 80. large
Marion lit
.' Tampa convent liOti. hoopla I "'iopva'd
varieties 2.
11 selected Quince
10 Monroe ;
Finest picnic. hams only lOc per are sorry to learn that M". \Vgelable ate scar cr. ns but few people do sky stall soar." Ta la, diary. 1 Nassau 10 AH the ,! in most

:f i pound at Walter Wills'. and Mrs. SihiH Kite have lost their have succeeded! with their garduni, the RnroRTKR. T Uradi it ovelre'iClllre bearing
Id O ovola 4 of Ihrtu in their Rt"r"l.ul J.sr.
little girl. lIe died Wednesday weather having been w> dry. While "Brick" Pomeroy editor. lecturer : 2} I'tuco "I
I We have: the most stylish straw t Pili It 1 I This ptare must 'kr !ie) I ui.i| rt 'rff1MJ. -
and in Columbus .j
aged about 2 months.Mrs. .Mrs.[ John Lununure' is hick from capitalist was lecturing I 13 Piitnani 1.
i bats in town at prices wholly below '-' h. __u_ her a large black Newfoundlanddog 7 Ht.Job S 1< .lI4_ F. furIcr irifn.nt.iai: pn.!, :.
Georgia on a vkjt to daughter Mra.i f V
competition. Joseph F. Shands ar.d 4 San Rosa 6
daughter walked out leisurely on the stage 6 .I I. Sni'iT
i Ed. Crosby. 18 Sumter -% ,
Truby, Sternburg & Co. from Fernandina, spent a few and up to the lecturer. "You look in- 5 r.uwaunc* 10

*i' ivr know"LouI days: in the city thK week, visitingamong i The champion rail splitter in the county telligent enough to be sent to congress." Tnylor 12 VuIuiU 10 3 Slark. ..a1..

. "Quite English, you her many friends. i i" Mr. W. IL Fowler, living on dink said the speaker aa he patted the dog on I 0 Waknlla I -

,-. don Swells cigars at.J. G. AlvarezNEW Hole branch Between sunrise and sunset the head. At that the dog sniffed and K WalloB 6Walijniu U.D.IvIINERWatchmaker

r1. !$:c'- GOODS NEGOODS Tx Collector Hale in making his the other day he split 449 rails for .Mr jumped over the footlights. "The suggestion | 1 ", will select 5. their ieIctt-'
return to the state for of having to associate with -
unpaid taxes J. il. Murrhee and wl'ullaom. best
in all 1 departments at tu happy I :r as may cUDI.ideiod
& Co. this year, returned 57,475 acres, the a a eoon. gress disgusts even the dogs, exclaimed i 'e acting Ihrllu'b the usual

b l:;;;: Truby, Sternburg tax on which was $1,405 52. Pomeroy, and the audience shouted.- .: !. And it i ill rec lIln- and
The oat crop is nearly a complete failure San Francisco in acU
.1 J ., New line of low hoen just received Argonaut. : I Ihe convention coun
Rev. F. R. Holeman will preach here. ZIKITB. > 'r this purpo-w al the Court
, at Truby, Sternburg & Co. next the Baby Pint Act. 5 ; usual place ">( ."tiJl on
Sunday at.
_ _ _ Orange college. Starke
.. r A cordial invitation Boy's Composition. Baby is a creature of imitation and 1 ( 'V :ht. I
: is extended
, The TELEGRAPH will be sent to to Bradford county is situated in North hence his first words will undoubtedlybe 1A are living made by cow- Jeweler.
: address for It all to attend these meetings. ) fir smelt piirp.'h l-I
to :' any a year. America and is described follows: It in the line of what he hears about
ratcf. "f Iravcl lo and fi.i. ;

I Go to J. G. Alvarez for the best Major Hill!, of the county executive is bounded on the cast by Alligator creek him."Why I I ion. and ihis coniwitlecwill i Stare Fla.
dear child's first motionwas
Se committee, fays that the county ou the west by Olustee creek, i>u the Kotuh my ; committees nolicr oi; I

or J..t cigar. _ convention will probably be held in by Suntiiffy creek in the middle brew to slap every one in the face, a ..t an early *ii y. I .
. woman said, "and it was ever so long I 'I and -
;'t Walter Wills tells groceries cheap.Men's Starke about tire middle o* An ullt. river and on the ninth L by a swamp what : tleIegti( w"
before 1 could find out how he learned : lint C'jiumitlev: will meet at
: I bus bears {i' it stat also coons. I wish I 1 recalled bow his 3Ut. lit It-CrrVe Largest Assortment of
holes .. the trick. Then p. 'n MJV
"L; straw hats various stylesand Alligator containing water 'I
could kill a cooii It produce everything father used to give him a love tap under i Mltd 1&HUC ticket of "dnu'-Ollj

t. shapes, nice and cheap at are at a premium now. The thirstycatt'e : corn cotton limber strawberries candidates the chin, and I concluded he was imitating ; j f Watches Clocks and
a J. G. Alvarez around them until of cnminitlre. ,
. stay every I t the
York Recorder.
the old man.-New
and dry v '*thaer. The industries of i
... green thing in the neighborhood is .IA KS1'. TnurBRtro. j
,, : : New and nObly straw hats for men devoured.The tile people just now consist of tilking i j Jr.. t h'n I t Jeweky
boys and children at politics culling tie, deepening wells and I
Father (to a dull sou-How many _. ,
I --- -
Truby, Sternburg & Co. city authorities should secure looking for signs of rain. I hate rain and prizes have yon taken at school this

r rj : Four-in-hand ample water supply against possiblefires. wish none would come-unUss our well year. my boy? I INSTITUTE. 1 lwt'i1 :&n"utiun givImi In tin ffg -
f- If want a pretty for then they would mid ;
dry. medown
you Men arid engines of goes I
are no ; Son-None. ". ..ail" n: "r 'Ink.H! an i ?VIt1ird.oosI .
tie scarf to lo clean ii out ,
or cheap go use at a fire unless they have water Father-Never mind, then.work harder I I riioungrnphy Twlt-1 j ; .
J. G. Alvarez. THE HULLBVT.-The bullbal 1 is It bird \vnrK 'i.3t reanl'1e. l'h'lI.
;; for quenching flames. and you may take twice as many next $. by xperivi cfd truchrr i
: wiih lo.ijr wings and a niotnli! I.K- I.ig 1111 ;> I -
-- mil hopper. I Me has a very small bill Inn year.-Westlield (N. J.) Leader. i: Call' ie-j or address.G. WE TELL THE

j l': LADIES, ask forrOKD'S SALESMEN W ANTED.-Three I n voice as big a* a ox's which srive> llnuilluir j W. H.'STANLKT.l9 TRUTHabout

: salesmen wanted immediately at n tine. He i is a mighty lizy "Ird.s"l.pin What are described aa the finest Broad It'., J'

: our new dlt"aptOI't'. None( but all clay and .%vis tii-ver known loMatid stables in the world are those occupiedby ; -I about Seeds. We will send
O op. r-iiiisi' his legs are. too weak the magnificent horses of the Baron : !: ThomiiiviSIe. Ga. youFreeourseedAnntalfor
hustler* need apply. I'I'.cl1 art ill
( lie feedsn fin-flus. and they hhine apus-: ess Von Zuvllan in Paris. The stables : i8 z, which tells
is ttie
& Co. (formerly. Wills & Owens). pose so he ran see them When I be !inili- cover'three acres of ground and are I of grocerit'H in' -l I THEWHOLCTRUTh.
Truby SLertbUrf&CO hal bee* a bug: he turns It sii'nmiTs.ui.t in i I ] in tOW anti jirlet1* wa\ '
fitted in style that is little less than
The drv weather up a
. continues in spiteof that air unit goes for the bug so quick tha : : pan.

occasional clamminess of salt pork when the wind rushes into his big mouth sumptuous. I Tiuhy, Steriiburg & CQ.II I We Illustrate and giveprices .
sounds like he bellered. Some'imes Ihe
and snakes killed and the
hung on Boa-Oxns city on the Ganges, is In this
, bullbal pretends like he can't fly and a Catalogue,
yuu arlll lnM-lbarn atMorjjan's
d' fence turtles turned their backs II t\
rp on named because which Is handsomer thaa
. think you can catch him; but that's only! said to have been eo a I a
. guinea hens cackling and rain 120 cubits and : Ba/itr.: ever. IttellsNOTHING .
. frogs Ihe old t>he-one fooling you away from gigantic serpent, long (
vying. her chickens. They are too |.zy to l.uild having a double head, was killed at the : I BUT THE

I fill nests but lay a couple of egg on the dirt present sight of the town about the year ] ) I eathfr in ht-rv anti w<> IS Wri& b;'tHay.TRUTH.D.M.FERRYACO.Ds

., An excursion to the ocean beachat The joungs look like ditty white rugs and 361 A. D. _ I:! sitnirroi clot hiug. .

Feinandina will come off the 17th will run ut you with mouths vide open, I Tnil>;-. ?Iernlrg! & "n. ,M lot,.
1 It Odd Fel and if you don't know what they are you Careful scientific investigations show i
inst. given by the Starke
- ., will run tw.I that the average speed of the transmission I! tin ..\llJiII1i; at the :
t 1 lows. Don't neglect this opportunity of earthquake shocks is nearly 16.-- : :' I Ir Tr2
for For Many have puzzled their brains i r (II:).. (", I rrs.I-lrk.
enjoyment. particulars persons 000 feet second. VpsI5 inn n..taijted aloll niL: ri..A&
(\ look elsewhere. wondering why the "Ked" sea should he per b.viu*..f rf.n.lii..*,l (.v MOr "UA'i .: I y.y .
S. so called. The name was originally :iS ; ; IP ,: :*rrh-!II Ihi" -pctun I "t>: ufrK'ElSiOPrOSITT C R 1M }XT
----- The annual' crop of English walnuts i titan all other ilistabeiiiI Office mal .. :.. tur. IM>I. rt. 'n !le-. riDle
tadTMJ. Thoee business who spend plied t" it because portions ol il are o verc in southern California reaches a million I \ and at toes cot t than those rrmoi iron Winrton. ***-
( *. JI,... men .i with patches from a few yards to I i rand until the last few yearn -
-. I these dull days complaining of hard some miles square composed of nucioa- and a half pounds. I lo b" in lIrnhle. For a bend m del.dra wring or pXofn with wecrip
'r I
I doctors pronounced it Uon. We adrifr if p-itenteM or not. friii .4
f thorp, should advertise. Advertisingcreates copic aiiimalcula? which d\e). the waters n Troubles.The l .A! e, and preeri vxi local chair JC.nrf e not due UU patent I '.or...
- \ Money would not be blood red.heii iril nlTecteil! by the'-c Diarrhea and Digestive 'I I bv constantly failing to A IJttt. Book "How to Obtain Patent-wits
DON'T GET STUCK between and of aetwifdlienti' in
organi-ms the "Ked" sea is inll'n'th'Iluc connection teething it nan your SUU, ouatj M'
- so close if something was done to : treaimnnt, proiiounced free.
Mat Addrwc.
You can easily get stuck witbout going it in circulation.The : -The .slnj.il waters showing s.>mu shades diarrhea has been considered until of II Science has proven catarrh V C. A. SNOW ...

near any thine in the shape of mud; you put of green. _ recent years: as beyond question. But disease and there- ; Opp.PateatOflUe. W AJWWOTO*.D..e.

can avoid mud and you cu avoid being stock The Favored ClMea. even this is very doubtful. For our I constitutional treatment. $ ,
sale of the Owen Owens acttirwl
selves. we should have no difficulty theoretically Cure, manu Pronounced HopeleVet Sav.d.From" .
stuck. To be stuck in a purchase is to be of goods on Monday caused some Teachers ministers farm u. mi'ch.-'n- teething t (to., Toledo. Ohio, is the letter written Mm. Ada.
in supposing that painful by K.
d victimized to be stuck on-well, that's ics. mereliKiils. is well ns tllt.irV V' ; little excitement. The stock of llurd, Urotofi. S. I)., we quote; "wnt.iKn
the just as in I
might upset digestion.
would like devoteat from
daughters sons who to I internal I In dos 4 ten
lsng and \\'e'1I1d the rtet. with hail n-l'l!, wMH; nettled on
you guess : goods sold for about $300 and the least a pnrt of their time nnd attention nervous older children and adults we eee I tmupnonfnl. It nets dIrectly inv 1.nng .tifh in .iul finally iff.i'iiimo
*t."n the slang long enough for us t:>. !1."nt.,.. r..i:

-- tell you that you'll be sluck on and not by : Sheriff Johns was crying pff the of ready money during ihe next few like results. But actually,the more the They offer one hundred l',l- (. .". m. up. nHviiut I squirt !.> tnt a
j- \1r Dew months vould ciA well! lo look the advertisement I (lSfI it (fjil 10 curr. Send short tin I ir
line of CLOTHING. HATS. goods. up cases are examined the less certain U tA..lim..nh.IIi.lr"l in. ir.ivt nir 'I up to n>y
of B. F Johnson & Co.. ofKichmind. t ,, mid J Svir$ iMPTinmwl If Im *'l nt.t..
nd SHOEs and FURNISHING GOODS. If _ the reIatin of the Towel trouble to the CHKNEY Jt'CO Ti.lflo, O. "-
IDa V:.. in another column as it ,t with my frl..nrt..nn lIe earth. t b*. you don't want for your money all that Our weather prophets' reputations I rimy he the means of opening up to many supposed cause. Here ngnin developments ( j druggists, TSg. OIPet nlY.b'-t'nt on'. "M... Mv hn.I1.'tr.1

IM U can posriUy buy, you are a most singular are at Make. They wait with fear new life and Urgef possSbiinit. There I in the digestive organs may haw I i. wan lvied to rr e i Or. KiuJ" Ni-a flit.
& and for full have been extensively and wicceasfuily an influence, aintthe effect of beat, either I i borsen and'carria ;(t, sad.: cirtverr for Cinvvsitip'ion. f* >n'!ha ami
MOinJ purchaser. Thai's what you do trembling moon to bring gentlemen engaged in businesh for many directly upon the nervous system of the. all kinds of banlinir, and ( oltt". 1"\\8 it a triit?, ln..k i-> H'I.iKntlwi '4'gln;
want and you know it. and is what you'llDever rain according to their promise, but is shown L\ AI- i il nRi-nre I Ut'v M"'l tl>*r.k fk..1
and they know what they are talking child or bytnjunu food f hor8P, go to J.V.. .. .
get if if it fails to do so their repeatedfalse years : 1 HIM pOW wp'.t in>.i he-.r.v n n 1).
. these goods don't give it to about when they tell you they can the prevalence oif these disease in smumer. ..*H staltl-, opposite| the I 'ji..i 1o111.. fri-K ->t 'W. It. Rtvr J,.-JT

iflu. prophesies will relegate them ho-7 you how to urtt r your mUlciLl -Dr. tleury D. Cbapin is lLtbrbOLint. -i 'hlp.r i Ma.r..i-e.r..lrpi.o., 5Winl u 47e

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Preceded the iebiilons State Hared Forty s -
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MIRACLES OF A MEXICAN MAIDEN. Atlon severity on gamblers, butthis Bed Flag
of the Blood Purifiers and Hold tie
week weare informed that a gentleman Oar Limited Knowledge. pemded In Mid-Air. Jame, O. Rowe11 POETRY THAT WILL
of that profession rather We have before the and JONESBOEO Term. This Skin Clarlflen Known. Nest Season. RECENT SURELY
In. Has Oared 300 Sufferer and !. I surprised us in sun planet April 25.-
he Ju'lge. He was charged before the o bviously not haphazard aggro l little in excitement The value of oranges as an article of The moment It was made know that ENTERTAIN YOUTHFUL READERS. tfi
0 city state of
Canitnff All Mexico to Wonders a great Caldwell -
udge for gambling with crds. bodies, but 0 system resting upon a multitude i food is well known. .I buy them by tho tbe "prince of starters: James F.

Teresa Urrea, the eighteen year old .S'OU were playing for money?" of relations pointing to 0 common over an awful catastrophe that box,"says a mother, .and let my children bad deserted "legitimate racing"
daughter of well-to-do parents, who has s Judge. ears physical cause, says Dr. William Hug- ba taken place here, by which three eat them constantly In lieu of candy or and gone o'vereittrely to the camp of the Instructive Item*-Happy Saylnj.

ben astonishing the inhabitants of>her "No, sir; we were playing for chips." Sins. In his recent presidential! addresstietorft men were instantly killed and the other prized children's dainties. I consider I "outlaws" for the comfortable salary of terentlng T tragraph Carfuly.

with miraculous performances for "Well. sir It's all the' same thing: you : the British Association for the Advancement more mortally 'oURde. that I save money by It." At some $25,000 a year, i was considered Ly bore lected That Bright Little On "
many months. Is still at work and In such get your chips cashed for money at the of Science. The officials countywere of the Inebriate asylums oranges have I men a foregone conclusion that JimmieRwor ay ''

a way that responsible persons whose end of the game I suppose." From those considerations Kant and having some new vaults mae to proved an efficient substitute for alcohol as it is on his visiting cards, Enjoy the J', alt. :

tales are to be credited, shako their heads *No sir:' Laplace formulated tho nebular hypothesis the court hoqse on the east patent sucking the juice of them abun 'Howe-would be his successor. Small Millie, anxious( to help enter

and say it Is certainly very curious, saysa "No'l! How's that?" resting on gravitation alone, for at Eame. There were seven men at workon danty every time the thirst for liquor Rowe's career as a starter began a new who was callingher ;

Bayore Hex..despatch In the New "At the end of the game I didn't have that time the science of tho constr'aUonof the vaults when the accident hap comes upon them. This fact Is so wellrecognized through a chance remark. In the fall of mamma acquaintance,volunteered this piece of] _, "''

Old Don Tomas, the girl's any chips, your honor." energy was practically unknown. These pne. When the walls gave way all that often at temperance cof 1890. down at the Coney Island track.Trainers formation, pointing to her still smaller- "

father, a practical and prosaic hacienda "You're discharged," said the judge, philosophers showed how, on the suppos' contractor, Adams were precipitated fe stands piles of luscious oranges are ,. W. P. Burch and W. B. Jennings, brothers who came into the room: "Desa "

S ptoprletor.1 not happy at the notoriety and he snapped it out so quick that the i ition that the space now, occupied by tho a distanc of forty feet from also kept. of Washington, were talking about the is my 'ittle budders, and they's boffboya." .
upon the family. At the same sheriff turned pale. Seattle Journal. solar system was onco filled by a vaporous the top of walls into the bottonvof And now another benefit is alleged for need of a starter for the Washington
time he cannot help himself. mass, the formation of thn sun and the lower vault, and covered from view them. Some famous French beauties of meeting. Rowe laughingly said: .Let -

Teresa began her strange actions by planets could bo reasonably accounted for. by brick and mortar. Hands were at former days It is asserted secured and me see your meeting doesn't come off till ASHES ON THE SLIDE

awaking her parent one mldnhtht many Or.rN Her Aclmlnslon to Heaven. :By a totally different met*,od of reasonIng once set to work to remove the debris preserved their marvelous complexionsby after October 15 and Il be through racing :.

months ago, andlamentations. A curious custom of the Greek Churchwas modern science traces the solar M-S- from over the men. 0 free diet of oranges. One In par- then. have nothing to do, 60 I mightas When Jim and Bill and I were boys a .

The terrified old folks Illustrated at the funeral the other tern backward step by slop to a slmilir After a few minutes work the dM ticular lived almost entirely upon the well Il go over and start for you." years 1:0 1'

4 tumble out of bed and hastened Into the day of the young Grand Duchess Paul of sussia. of things at the beginning. AccoidIng bodies of Brance Estridge,.James Wi- fruit. A dozen each at breakfast and His words were considered seriously How g-iyly 111 we use to hattthe coming ot UM

room. Teresa lnforme them R Before the coffin was closed the l to Helmlioltz. the sun's 1 eat is mainthined son and FranfcMay were brought 01t luncheon made up these repasts; at din- and resulted in his coins: over to WashIngton snow!

that she was suffering a agony of Metropolitan placed a written paper In by the contraction of its mass at and removed to the undertaker's shop, ner a dozon more, with a crust of bread starter. He did so well that he Our sloI! fr b painted red and with their

eplrt" but that as soon as the cock the right hand of the fOrAhlch read: tit rate cf about two hundred and twenty where they were prepared for burial. and one glass of burgundy. Doubtless : was asked a to start at Clifton last winter. ruanr roan! and brlsht
crow thrice she would be I tho of fad is threatening-for the pur- Bennings courseIn Boomed rospond right briskly t our clamor?
releve by grace Go of the a year. Whether at tho present Work was continued and Wade Snod- orange He again officiated at the
Bha ha spasms and went Into iranc' holy Russian church this to our lime the sun Is getting hotter or coder: and Eli Moore 'was brought out suit of a complexion is 0 very absorbing the spring, at Brighton Beach and of dragged delight them up the slippery road -
gas As we :
last thirteen days Her parent master and friend, St. Peter, the gatekeeper we do not certainly know. We (a icasonbick into the courthouse and one to women. Buffalo last summer and at Washingtonand ollmbod therniTKe'I hl'l'! that" '

dead and were preparing of the Lqrd Almighty. We announce totho time when the sun was the whole medical fraternity of Jones- Baltimore last fall and always with Where the old frame moettn' '

the funeral when she revived and recovered. t you that the servant of the sufficiently expjrndod; to fl the whole boro called in to attend their injuries.J. Here .the Coining Style. success. e.1&mfl prcho. and still. hone

Immediately after this she began Lord Imperial Highness, the Grand spacu occupied by tho system and J. Adams, the contractor, only His methods at the pos are dlorentfrom -
to perform wonderful cures by theJaylnlr Duchess Paul has finished her life on was reduced to a great nohula. Though caped instant death by hanging with e a Caldwell's in that more Ah constlng In those days-those good old -I IdaysWas
of hands. lame earth and to admit her man's life the life of the is hasn't the dash that Caldweil'squick fun Indeed I
on A woman was. \e ordEr you Into race, perhaps, pole, and was left dangling forty feet in erate and S
her first case. This becoming rapidly the kingdom of heaven without delay, for to short to give its direct evidence any the air. James Reed was injured eyes, trained by long experience Sleds at that time. re have you know, w
gossip about, the lame blind and other we have absolved all her sins and grantedher distrnct stages of so august 0 process, by jumping from the falling and his force, give him. He is quick paragons bpeeliAnd '
bare In
$ began to arrive In crowds, salvation. You will obey our order on still the probability is great that the nebular building. Frank was also bad- though quick as a flash, when the light I do the, why hill, then got spots, a hUlawQl .0

walking their knees as soon as they sight of this document which we put into hypothesis, especially in the more ly hurt about the HarPr jumping from. moment comes and the horses breaD welL We'd haul on Ice and snow to patch those bald .'
came In sight of the house and reciting her hand."-Paris Letter, In Chicago Her- precise form given to It by Roche does the top of the building.A a. He gets his horses on a line back of the pots up again; :

prayers and calling the young lady the a id. represent broadly, notwithstanding some _.___ 0 ___ poet, and when they break If, as they ch, with what sad certainty our spirit! < 0'
holy maiden." difficulties, the succession of event pass him, they are on even terms, tho I But would subside
Don Tomas the father, began to thinkit A Definition. through which the sun and planets hve si'i.inlh Pt iiitt. '. boys see the Hash of the flag and bear the i When Deacon FrHboo oprlnkled ashes where .1

ha gone far enough, and said emphati .Can any one In the class give a definition papsed. I c.ime across the following paradox in emphatc"Go." we used to slide I ..
that the must of the word *parasite?' asked the The old view of the original matter of 0
cal nonsense cease. a n- \\ p.iper tho other day, and, le a bright, ken-wited. ood-lok-
Spanish ,2i
may say what you pINLt papa," teacher. the nebulas, that it consisted of a "fiery anomalous though: tho n sounds, I! 4. man of the compact and well But Deacon Frisbee long ago wont t his' lastIng .;'<

eald Teresa.but you wi ( by, There was no response and she-pro- mist," fell at once with the rise of the a little consideratIon will cfrtol* to show proportioned as to ligure. ruddy a to rest. Invested :
that It not nonsense. And she Immediately oeeded to define it herself. science of thermodynamics. In 1834 Helinholtz that it i well within the bounds of possibility complexion, pleasant as to expressionand Hl3 money out West well farm mortgages -
him of "A parasite Is creature that lives on showed that the supposition of head filled with : -
in a proof 0 a says a writer in tho London Truth: with I well-shaped Bill, Jim and I. no longer boys have .
her powers in mind reading. The oldgentleman i Its fellow-creatures. Now remember originally fiery condition of the nebulous Two women, each with a child in her useful gray matter. through years of strife lee

was quite upset and had no children. What is 0 parasite?" stu1 was unnecessar' since In the mut arms, Jot two men. One of the women That hero and there along the course wherein -i

more to cay. Teresa, therefore, con- And a little boy with a thoughtful.Emersontan widely separated matter remarked to the other: "Here conies out -.s-S:5:;::,... we hoped to glide S JMThe
tinues In the good work. cast of countenance stood up we have a store of potential energy fathers, tho husbands of our mothers; Scaa*envious hand had sprinkled ashes Jut

The authorities have thought It worthwhile and said: sufficient to generate tho high tempera our own husbands, and the fathers of our to spoil our slide I
to investigate and tho result Is a "A parasite Is a cannibal."-Chicago ture of the sun and stars. We can scarcely childicn." -
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report slgntd by Sefiois Tlburclo, Esquer.Farada. Tribune. go wrong in attributing tho light of thenebula And that mallclom. envious hand l not thadeacon's -

Castro, and Amparon, all of whom ) to the conversion of the gravitational Domestic* now,
A New tao for Old Pi a nog. Krrlprocity. Grim. ruthless rater that evil sprite -

are tho to opposite what of suprsttous. According ThEre came Into my possession many motion.energy of shrinkage Into molecular She (at her desk;)-Dear, please t(1 me -1 ) other Is than thou t 0 DOn, <0

they havf discvred old-fashioned how to spell costume. I'm writing to Rlchei and honors, peace and care come at thy T: .
years ago, very upright The >.
Miss Urrea lias cured more than suf- 0 inquisitiveness of the human mind 0,
3 4- becK and KO, I :
mother about
lovely new
piano. We found a placo for it in my does my gown. '
4 ferers from all kinds of complaints. The not allow us to remain content with soul elate with Joy to-day
study,more for the beauty and quaintnessof 1-WI, are you ready? to-morrow
Mexicans,especially the men. are rather the Interpretation of the! present state of .- ; writhes In woe I
given to scofflng at such the case, which was of rosewood, and the cosmicnl masses, but suggests the s. And till man h'as turned his face'unto tlia .
manitstaions.One of the usual excellent workmanship, than 'What the state of lie-C-o-s-t, cost. 5'
Incredulous Individual, question, was 4r S wall and died
Parades, laughed In the young girl's fa.whereupn from any hope of deriving comfort from things? ow"as It come original that bv She-Yes. J--: lie must expect to get his share of ashes on his
lie T-o to.SioWel .
e says the report,she slipped any sweet music the melOv Ivories might tho side of 1'ingorils we hive; nebu'ffl'! ? Blldol I'o

and stood before him for, produce. It was Its time and in a rolatvel) younger state? Have any 0hcYou'I' Eugene Field. ie
power for discoursing sweet music were JeIe., me-$20(1, as yet unpaid. _
an Instant In double form. both shapes received their birth from cark 'c'z&j0 -
being preceptible him. Parades rubbed past and gone; try as we would, by anew Buns, which have collided into now lo, : 'wr"tlh-PitsIJrg Bulle "

his eyes, and his hair rose on end. string here and another there. It refused and so belong to a second or later PIH'ralon tn. THE LATEST SEEM PARIS. WEARING OUT SHOE LEATHER.
"What did you see?" asked Teresa. to send out any but discordant of the heavenly During the I -y !
-Nothing," he stammered. "That Is, notes, and In despair we locked It up. Andso historic period l hodltsj, .1, tf!: is no A !.II/n'0 Iri.h Mother. We seem to b in for a season of black. ; The Advantage of Wasting Leather IK

It was optical Illusion." But ho was It might have stood for many years toome record of such an event; sti would Theio I is said to hI a romantic ioison Black has spread from the stockings unti JAMES O.C ROWE. Preference to Pantaloon Mat
c to look upon, but utterly why the of Moioceo Is on it now covers the whole ligure. lal
converted. And Teiosa pleasant seem to be only of present Sllt:1
so keeps on. She through fosio1 the in Rowe first saw the light In tho OM "I have but one maxim for you," said a !
at recent
such It gowns seen a
Is a tall, slender girl, with small features, useless, had it not been that a good many dark suns, of \hlch numb'r must ho ftinndly relations with Enlland.
books werescnUere.labout the house and that a rej. is because ho has Im-isli blood running inhisvin. Paris Is shown herewith. It was a dressof Dominion, at Fredericksburg,on ApriS, successful and wealthy merchant to a o
I melancholy glance and modest manners. incrfatln& temporary 1\1'1 black and sidesof 1857. As a little chap of ten or \ man wl, wont out of his employtoenter
She hasbuta moderate education and Is demanded a case. While trying to reconcile heavens is possible! and by .. Over a bundled years ago ana velvet, with the front ( young .
cnce black satin with full frills from the elbow was In charge of the cigar stand at a Virginia upon the study of a
disposed to faith and work ourselves to parting with the piano to such bbins and of stellar life ubu rn-haired, blue-eyed little Irish girl, I professon
The preach of her goo : make room for the bookcase the thought that the inevitable! Hlwing' married to a IlrI'ant of engineers in :10 and a bertha of raro antique laco. No hotel, when Colonel McDanlel. who I ane that is never to try to saveyour .

miles from balf'nda Alamos, bet parents tho sixty and struck us, "Surely this would makea In 'at'rl M'OlliOI 1ti't0SsIs i oeco, became a widow. Tie Sultan one can say that it was other than a was at the head of the famous McDanielConfedei leather, but always be ecnomic of I
Yuqiii It appan'ntnemI111 tasteful combination. Tho of its acy, spied him. He looked like a tho cloth that forms the
the And there all day long, and splendid bookcase if Its inside carrying us can, r a little, U la.o. could taken out without 0'1 < The -I lines Is admirably shown in tho cut. bright lad, not too heavy,and Colonel Ic trousers."
day day. In the eternal summer sunlight b bodily layed. We cannot refuse to ndiuit as possible in an ago was in (Vl'y way a .
of that land, the crowd of suffererscome injury to tho lrame' We tent fora such an origin as nelr!! success and. it was for the good of the Daniel gave him the chance to go with The young man pondered this bit of advice -I.

on their knees and diou- workman, who possibility of Since the time of Newton our knowledge land as well n for the good the persons UGLY GIRLS. his stable, a chance he was not slow a long time, but be thinks that he .

lug walklnl prayers and beseeching the doing this for us at a moderate sum, and of the phenomena of I 1 t'11, \\\-\z most concerned. Tho lady not only ruled in accepting He served his apprenticeship never fully understoo It until he bad .;
the result Is that have beautiful tho but she ruled the Sultan hims as exercise boy, learning to walk at work profession for several "
.holy maiden," and Teresa meets : we a pieceof wonderfully IUC'CaSM i. but man asks, harem Are They Not Likely to no Happier ben
with benign Bolf-conlidenco and bids thom furnjture and bookcase combined. The perhaps, morn earn">stly now t.an: in his "lf, and not infrequently rode into battle Than Their lamhome Sisters! trot and gallop his horses. Ho rubbed years
and depart In them IP upper part,consisting of about two-thirds days. What is tho u'.tinrite.: re.ilitv 1'lhin.1the at tho head of her husband's troops. many a bit and stirrup bright in his c&rlyda.s Ho found Indeed, that "worn out shoe-
b wel curious about It peace." the Something of the height contains three shelves forbooks of the porciptiotis' Are they Her descendant, tho present Sultan of; The statement that 1&1) girls are generally and like the rest of the boys. he leather" was a good investment i
very say skeptical,, realty left to to ,
and a wrlllngdesk tho former keyboard Morocco Muleyel-I lassan rUI as unappropri S wore one shirt and washed the other him- meant, for one thing keeping with
and shrug their shoulders. only p 1hll8 of th>, I eaeh with whiCh probably) OWlS up
4 running the whole depth and we have } lois not thl his partiality for nI that is British to the ated blessings, Is not supported hy e\l- self, while he dreamed of glory as a time by gaining information at frt had :1
width of the piano, while the: under third ocean of H'I! 1la'il11 and truth lie Le- flng that ho connected by ties of dence. Who has not met \1\fR as ugly as jockey. I was not long before he was I ho needed any facts baring upon "
The Way the Tnrk Hallil. ulimah. old maid In his list of ? h
t forms a famous cupboard for manuscripts yond?- .-London Letter in Cnicago Herald any acquaintances allowed don tho The Turk has been for lomio.Amli4nent It Is safe to make the broad 0
t centuries the and generalization and a right jockey he "
magazines.-The Girl's Own Pap r. goo them with a little shoe leather, and he
most ruthless of Vandals in classic lands, that an ugly girl, all other things
': like the peach that has now become went out and saw the men who had the ,
destroying the most previous antique lea. of J qnptR Rnling One Million linr Per Inch being equal, is likely to have fewer offers part of history, he grew,and ho grow,and facts to give him. .w
monuments obtain lime and mortar, P.ular The Queen of tho Belgians, who is recovering than a pretty girl, but quite as likely to .
t In the mountainous legion of Kiatlng The construction of many of tho instruments he grew, till he was too big and heavy to If ho had waited for them to comets :
Much this port has boon from the attack of Illness receive the one offer which will make her
E havo wrought Mr. Baiber discovered remarkable severe used in scientific investigation has I ride races, and then he tried his hand at, him probably they would never hiVa, '
.%- e In about Stamboul. but a wiser use two which seeruol: to tlnc.it.on her life a few been brought, to a point of almost. inconceivable a happy wife. It may bo doubled whethera training horses.
He could not the
1 has sometimes been made varieties. The monks of Mount O-ini, or is of the active plurality of lovers is unmixed advantage come. buy InformaUou'
; of ancient I days ago, cno most among accuracy. Prof. Rowland, the I an With his successes as a trainer every- with material.
j runs. Whenever a bit of medieval wal 1 Mount O. iso a plant which produces an the active lady sovereigns of E.iropo.; It, electrician and physicist, has I to a girl; one good lover, the elect; body who knows anything about horses is pantaloon Cm.J f

answer Ms purpose, ho has made infusion naturally sweet, and tastir.rasbruvpd Is said of her that she never sits down except just\\ol-lmowl conip'eteil a perfect screw for an improved man, attracted to her by affinity In its I familiar. He hns an Intuitive understanding ; panion. _ ,
$' of It the basement of his house thus just like coarse Congou with a when she is : piano or the highest sense, Is forever enough.It ,
sub large addition of brown Tl Is pia'ilg tf fOI m of his dividing engine. With I horses, developed by years of experience The Dainty Roy I I
serving at once the Interests ot his purse natural and 8u&ar.plant.a Is laip, lioth I of ilftrlmcIIH.h.I ) plays the machine now in use ho is able to draw Is qutstonable.after all, If 0 woman's IS I that makes him one of the best Freddy would never eat his dinner 1
tel sugar. ,,
and of the picturesque. ith "the touch of the master hand. beauty makes much difference -
t lines regularly to tho inch. With authorities on horseflesh in the country,
the mountain the 5,00 So of course he daily thinner and
The frowning machicolations of tho old grown on slopes near Although Her Majesty is passionately tho now machine he can draw I to a man after ho has been marriedto L and he has a stick-to-tiveness that has thinnerA grew
does bo
fortess become the windows of his kitchenand monastryand not seem to known found of music, and ono of her chief lines to tho inch with regularity.1,0,0 I her a year. Does he even know how had a good deal to do with his successes. 31
eleowliero. The
leaf Is to all sight did
storeroom, and upon their crest his appearance amusement is a visit to the theatre or Jimit of tho vision in tho microscope is she looks? He sees her inner nature, and more sorry you never see;
wooden walls perch In truly trlumphantfahion. Just like that of an ordinary operawheie, however, she Is content to I about With. the now the happiness of the couple is decided by Silver Flint Dyln His legs were like straws and his head .
tea leaf, and probably the saccharine 100,0 lne \ivid- i like a ,
sit alone In her box rather than weary the effect of their Inner natures each pea
*;* Part of the walls of old Byzantium are essence may b duo to tho soil. even a tingle lady-m-w.iitmg with taking ing cuint metals.giailngs It takes are ruled the automatic on speculum other. Many 0 man, with a pretty upon wife Silver Flint is dying. The famous, Till at last one day when asleep on some :'
-L thus crowned with houses 'md at Rou- The oilier curiosity natural tea and in catcher of the old Chicago White StockIngs hay, ,
I part an entertainment for whiic.i she: has been with the society of avery
9 mell-HIssar bet .-.itli the windows of the milk. This Is a wild plant, growing In an may possibly have no tnsto. machine (AInch is of mal veUous construction Infatuatei.woman,who possessed I will soon make his last run. For A negligent pig that was passing that '
American elevated region without cultivation, and and which has many devices to corn many ye:r' tl.e face, figure and lingers of wayMunched .. '
I Io1ll College, a villag t Another of the Qucun's amusements Ishorsemanship. either Intelligence or some power of r
I. :* clings to .Ipments and towers o''I yielding an infusion which tastes just like S.e: has not only splendid peL&ate ei1o1six) continuous days and I adaptation he missed In his partner. Lip- Silver Fl nt have been objects of either him Quito up before he knew,
I .; tea and milk, without perhapsmore I 1 nights t make one grating of the size curiosity f .admiration for the baseball And all .
tie frowning "Ca&tleof Oblivion. sugaror man( of Iwr own, but sue takes a plncott's Magazine. they could find of poor Fred was-;. -
No odder or more delightful confusionof like tea and butter. This plant is I ', special pride in bio.iking in LeI own saddle ( to study the nature of tho sun.- cranks. Ho was one of the best catchers one shoe! "

beetling walls and comical houses couk found In an uninhabited region west ofKiatlng. I horses, and in to.iel.Ing and perfecting: Pittsburg Dispatch. who ever stood behind a bat and one of

,. be Imagined, writes A. 1) F. IIAmlln, in : at an elevation of C.OOO feet and L : her daughter, Princess Clementine, in the Becoming;to I Ilond the surest throwers to bases ever seen on

;i,. the New England Magazine. Tim tops o I upward, and In leafy shrubs about fifteen L I urt of equitation. At Lacken! and 'They F."teI the ",Decretory. the diamond. But in the days of his prosperity ANIMAL NOTELETS.A .

the thick walls form lanes and alley-ways, : feet high. Not merely the loaf but the tende, hoi favorite Country seats, the& Miss Annie Foster, daughter of tho Fec- and popularity be did not confine
; S whole plant is used to make the infusion., retaiycf the Treasury, likes a good horse to throwing base balls to bases black
leading down from level to level tf steep r I Queon delights in long walks, and spends himsel jet swan was killed on the California
inclines or crumbling steps. The crow's- Even tho wood when chopped up and long hours, together with her ilnughiter, and I th, theatre. She is of medium height, threw Into LimseI many liquid coast last week.

1' :-. nest fiouses stand at every possible angle boiled along with a few dried leaves yields in fishing expeditions.-l'all Mall Gazette t hiltS light }brown hair and grayish browneyes. baljs of the old A breed of wild pigs has been discovered-

and elevation, overhanging the abyss on a strongly colored tea, with much thc'! She has tho breezy cordiality of Many good stories are told of Silver in Queensland which climbs trees. :

: the further side of their bUy foundationsand I, same flavor as the Tliibotans proiluco. manner that is considered a Westerntrait about the best of which, however tbatof *
gay with all the hues of the spectrum L, from their bricks and butler. Botanists Uing on Their \\ivet' Xeck.. When Secretary Foster and Secretary his experience in 0 railway wreck In A farmer on the shores of Lake Ontario

may b able to explain these phenomena A strange custom among the Bayanz Rusk were In Congress together, the South. Silver \&stunned by a collision has a mare and colt that chew tobacco

-S Order of th.Garter. and perhaps to classify the plants in some who live along the Upner hal they lived in the same house. Their families and was thrown amon& the dead with great relish. -

The Order of the Garter was founded In other than the tea plant.-Chambers' been decrlLec explorers. Brass rings,, each including two girl, Tfeie very and d3 :n.jat; the side of He AnArkansas pig has a scent equal toJ f*

1S44. some writers say by Edward III[. Journal. \Ei'lo& thirty pounds. are I int mIt.., and many a joke those four was jut regaining consciousnes when a dog's. His wonderful instinct saved'hi!*
The original 13 knights San, Moon and Knrth. welded necks of tho \1vos. girls 01Jnved: at tho expense of their staid Burgeon began an examination of him. owner's child from drowning the other
4 5, twenty-live. His Majesty( himself making When the earth was } says Dr. At first the neck becomes raw by the I and digniiieil fathers.Secietary The gnarled fingers of the old catcher at' day. 5

; the twentysixth.The Ball, astronomer royal for'ounl It spun; chafing of fie! ring, but after I while It b Foster tells how one night he trace the surgeon's attention and he A Pennsylvanian was cured of the f".

: emblem of the order Is a dark blu around at such a rate that the day wa! ,comes calloused, although womJn I was working In his office down stairs, to place the fingers In splints. He I fects of a snake bite by the application of '**

ribbon edge with goldbearing the motto, only tluee hours long. The eaithwa!; to hold the ring up frequently to get relief when Mis. Foster rapped at his door and had succeeded In gettng linger bound a galvanic battery to the nape of his neck

"Honl sl qui mal y pouse,"in golden liquid then, and it rovnl'c at thillfeai I from tho weight. Tne ring Is neverput said" 0 sister" wanted to se him. Ho said securely betwefD splnts when Silver and the apex of his heart. -
buckle and pendant of gold let ful speed the sun cu"lII'vtr-incrtas-1 around a woman's nock until she has; al right, and in a moment Mrs. Foster asked: "What the are you doing?"
ter., L- Ablacksnake five and half feet ta-
tides Its siufaeo attained her full development. The / ( Mrs. Rush ushered in a nun. She "Mending your broken fingers a long,
ly chased. It Is worn on the left leg ing upon unt at last I it I i repliedthe Tennessee In twO'
the knee. Regarding the adoption blow! S burst in Iwo. Tho part becunetlio : women are prou 1 of the ornament, believing told I pitiful tale that opened his pocket surgeon. Flint laughed and said and a tight with a rattler,
which that it enhances their importanceand book to the extent of a ton dollar bill. As Doc, are a feet long, swallowed the latter.,
emblem and motto the story Is that the moon, l.as teen coinganjuiiijtho I I you wasting time I am the I He
Countess of Salisbury let fall her garte r o.uth over since nt an increasing! di.- beauty. soon as she: had departed peals of laush- catcher of the Chicago Base Bal Club." also died the from rattier.the effects of his dose,as did 5p 3
when dancing with the king, and that he tance. The liifluoiuo of the moon now ter came from the other side of office Flint, in addition to being great ballplayer I

picked It up and tied It around his own raIsEs tides on ilw earth, and while thl'rewas A Complicated Cn"e. door, and when ho stepped out to find the was also a genial companion, and L A Georgian discovered that a chicken-;
r-: leg but that, observing the jealou any liquid to operate; .on in tho moon, cause of such merriment there were the all who knew him will regret hearing snake had taken three of his yonng
rye got a Job for you said the hard-, four gli Is, Miss Anna still In disguise that he has chicks. Ho killed the
glances pf the queen, he restored It to it 8 the earth heaped up much greater luna: re passed away. snake, recovered
owner with the exclamation, lion ii' tides. _ _ faced woman to the young lawyer, 8. hearsing her; interview with her father, the chicks, placed them under the hen and 4
qui mal y pnse.oston Commerclal. Inrftirliml ( liu.i I atatient. lording.'"to tie Indianapolis Joura."Ye while the others discussed the uses that i r rI A Ski Tournanltnt. now they bid fair to make good broUerskttin -. "
bill given in sweet time.
_ _ charl"s name, Preparations In
First did mother do "That's what. Damage You I progress for a ski
B-What yer to "lit sce,. might be put to.-San S31
I yer for 'on thin Ice an' gettln my Ian, 1 Ie goes to I not long Post i tournament In Eau Claire. Wis. The sec- Where Women Stand Higher than Men.S
Baltmor.. N.. Club. In? ago, and h'loor. nseonMon. 01 retary has recolverI letters from twentyfive -
tlelea 3 At an Iowa college has &
careful record
Maryland Athletic Association bas Second Boy She boxed Pfk'j Fellow Feeling. runners stating that a
Te me ( coujse: lip tl fooiin' around 1'lnio' ; been "
j: be Incorporated at Baltimore with a "Did it hurt?" aIs. hold the thug down, and when time fclletholleis George R. Peck was once returning they will participate. Clubs from St. kept of the comparative standIngof.the .M

capIta stock of $)0,0 diviled, Into ..Nope. She was co mad she didn't wall 'let goDeazer-that v.as my with a friend to his hotel In Boston froma Paul Still water. Red Wing St. Croix From young women and men in class wort; t

\ 8,0 of $23 facb. The Incorporator for mo to git raw ear muffs oft"-Gooc man-he. kep or hangin on, and was car late public dinner with a coterie of distinguished NEAT AND GRACEFUL. Falls, MinneapolisLa Crosso; Ishpeming this the Interesting fac ts have been

.5- 5- : the club, who will bo the director News _ _ rial up nigh a quarter of a mile. Tnen it fnauriE" scholars and states- Here Is a gown made of pale blue b&allne and Helena have signified their Intention gleaned that the average standing of th
j for the first year, are J.Glll J. A.Hamble- kinder occupied toEleazer to I let go. Dowr men, pays City Times.It striped with black. The sleevesare of being present. I Is the intention to young women has been above that of the,

: ton, A. Brown, W. B. Oliver, Tunstal '0 PIucli K. ...IIy. he oonics right on tie inihoud tiatk was, of course, a full-dress affair, and of pale blue velvet, embroidered with make the coming gathering one of the young men In every term bat one in nine .

t Smith L. Kiggs, G. Ober, and A. McLane, Farmer's Boy-Thoro's goln' to be t That is hA would a hit the track: I guess,, Mr. Peck no doubt looked like a lord_or steel, while the front of the bodice is ol largest ever held In the United States. If years in the sophomore class In every
; Jr. A handsome club house Is to bo Immediately minstrel sLow In Pmkintown next week. if a tiaiii hadn't been lattliu' jist at least like one of the most prosperousand pale blue crepe bordered on either side there is plenty of snow the tournamentwill term,and in the senior class but two;

t erected and the new organlzatlon Can 101- then, which knot'ked 1 I.iin 0 into a aloll: \\ohi complacent of men. His mind, however with cascades of white lace, and fnishedround be held during. the latter part of Jan- that is, the average standing of the young*
enter actively Into athletic Hayseed-Gee whitlaker was full of business the waist with uary. women was higher than that of the young
5 sports. I I ain't i which was kerlesly left open near by troubles and a wide sash _ _
penco you went to the lop th till Now, I want to know who I'm goin to git he doubtless fI as he sometimes does, of black satn.GoBy. "Jim" men thirty-two times out of thirtysix.r
: May 12th. to eeo th" clipse of th' moon. D'yulwanter ) damages from-the b'loon iran, the railroad how hollow is rotund body of worldly Donoshue Skate to Victory.

The president of the Home Market L always on th' goV-Good New or the feller that owns that well?" success. to the Shoulder Cape. James A. DonohuE a brother of Joe What Fred Began to Think.
Donoghue, the world's
Just his
as was in sight champion on Jan-
a poor, The little Little Fred's
; of the Florida Orange ant VegetablAuction < ragged devil put out a hand shoulder cape that wo embraced uary 9, won the gold medals offered by sister was married th..
: Company A. Under the head supplicating$ so ardently In the spring as to the other evening, and he was so much Impressed
.: 1annls t of discoveries by ''h.Krilll.nil Splill nt n"Ia"rl.f. and asked for a quarter. Mr. Peck de Orange Lake Ice Yacht
Tt a meeting of the gave .troy It prestige is rarely seen now except for one and five Associaton. by the ceremony that he satin
growers products and Queries Sho-I Is iopoite.1 r"ul:1 1 town that we him twain, and then added a dollar or mile races Orange
nl''itt'ltAml'rimXott's : the theatre, where the perfect silence until the bride appeared .
; In this 1-th Cavaliei
'0 on May; at two with the Lake. In the one-mile
ft't suggestion that food event Elmer
.; Jacksonville. quotes{ from a writer in the North arf He(-I a&f\1 hoar worse things (lodging added to the probable and and Henri IL shapes, with their imposing son was an opponent of Simp. In her traveling dress, and her weeping

5: The best speakers of the state, men American :c\iewmll thus tells the that than treshment about to be enjoyed liquid would re-be collar, lined w4th ostrich feathers, frequently was not In it at the fnish.Donoghuf declined to mother took him by the band to lead him
: whose experience entitle them to speakS manner in uhich the of I beneficial to piquant grace to a pretty to her for a good-bye kiss. Then Fred'
s-i the ne\"Cr havl.-Lifp. very and longevity.The I woman's prmit. a of him in
this subject, have been invited to known proplrt's toilet The capes are usually contest. burst out with: "Oa! oh I oh!must I :
-S were : tramp was touched by Mr. Peck's fvemUe
: -t- and address the 10W1 ll'ru\ian lined with some gay color, and the smart away? Am I married, too?" .
present meeting. I "A and
li : generosity, after him
'on'f'l \ menworn .V ( )'. runnin& said: little bonnet matches this lining in
Among th0 heart from and who are and weary, More making their \\t\y Oh. why N always I.-r the homely 'Iir. I cannot saying God bless you, tints. Ive After the Big Gun*.

fur to be present, Professor W. T. I through one of the vast forests of Whrwe taco I l. holy how, girl. that I am not what I seem." It is worth knowing that Frank C. Ives, of Cnicago, Is Commit ThU to .Memory.

Line, of Lisbon and Hon. A. P. Ilas- ''SCuth America. One of them wa< Who stands s., coy I 'nenth the chin:loiter 'That's all right" 8n,11r.1"ck, "say women who can put on wall there art for championship honors at billiards ambitious He The quality of mercy is not strained; :-

I president of State Alliance of sit-k with fever, nigh unto death; hiscomrades From which hangs the 1nlittll? nothing about it. but retain the serenity of their souls paper whet, and has deposited $250 with the It droppeth as the gentle rain from '

Florida. were unable to carry him they behold the results of their Balke-CoIIender Company, and Issued : Heaven :v-
through the thick jungle I and corning A Fatherly Su ;;etlon.Closefist Clay Springs, in Orange county, has to match the sides. But question attempt challenge to the winner of the Schaefer a Upon the place beneath; it Is tWICe j ;$

The jxjstage stamp industry of the to :small i>ool of water, the sick man Jr. (on being! called down. an extensive wine making l'tablsh- -"Where are they-whore tht? I Slosson match, to b played-In New York blessed; -

world isoneofthe factois in lay down there,as he suppoxcd, to die. There is no law to prevent a man's makIng ment, and the Orlando Reporter, in on January 22. It blesses him that gives and him thattakes. -

S geatet The othl'r went forward to S''ks- :fool of himself. speaking it says it has made about -'--- -. -
?- : the machinery)' wli'h moves the universe sNtauce, if it could be found. After n Closefiot, Sr.-Xor any to prevent a fool six hundred barrels of orange wine Powder mills blew at Mount The First Horn. -

I to-day. The revenue derived few days, having ('Jl to some habitation making I man of himself. this season. It was shipped to Xorris- up George_Whew
and obtained relief the Arlington, N. J., on the 18th and only 1 What can be the mat Cut this out and paste'it in your ha -
men returned town Penn. where
market i is
from their sale far exceed the of a ready ter? ..
V S ri'hE to where they had llf their Ka found for the excellent product. The one hundred and fifty pounds of flesh Tflpram' says: Como. home, Imme.latpl" it may be of value home time:
and Kothchild: American .Ily Anriereil. : and
the Goulds
comrade, with the infeltol bury wine is of the belt and ( and bone could be,found of George A township is six miles square
y : tongues lick the backs of $i7t-, lug his body. To .toni.IHelt: What" would you do if you were In my and is not put the purest lua1Yi seven ,. (rushing into his suburban contains 36 sections. S
shoes? asked Miss upon men. hon., ".|, -
.ur and-
00 worth of the gummy stomps every the man was not only nUnhut the "Get Livowayte, of Chicago. it is threeS old. The industry is denr. W. la10r)1el; ) mf quick my A'section is one mile square
ni l Is
-' fever had left him :pair I I.nt seven slz"s : i contains 640
was recovering. 8maIcr"rfpih',1 big and is the
ulll one of *
The Americans are the greatest : Miss means utilizing Youiuj!..,_: ho "
year. Bleeeker. of Now "Avarice is h-tt.y mile
the vice A one-half
Lying by the i>ool the sick man the waste of the that declining of sll.1 quarter section is -
S letter writing people on the globe. had assuaged his burning thirst by Epoch. otherwise would be.orange a dead crop to the )'Ear." Remember this as you grow square. ami contains 1C() acres. -
I, ,. drinking of the water, bitter as was, growers.-Florida Facts. older and check the inclination in i of a ] section is J mile square and
S ft The of transmit no doubt, from trunk of trve that direction. Choke it orT. Don't Mr. WilliamAstor, the many contains 40 acres.
'0 wirt oplorluulh' that had fallen tl in Fifty years ago Frederick} Douglass I et it get the better of'you. absorbs turn died j in 208.71 feet is one acre.
it. miinnaire
few repea **! : i is,opportunities at11 lay rotting the famous negro The want of rain is I Paris
: that It't on to fortune rarely Uftl' long the fever left him and he politician, \oftnrouralst froU 'aUI at fruit in Urevard county causing to drop young from or Nobler hardens is the every spendthrift,.tendEr virtue. I !heart failure, April 25th. His| wealth 43 7.02,%inches" square feet is one acre. .
to mend. than is link.
the one
estimated j
: come more tan once hi a lifetime. began Baltimore, :d. the trees. miser. atl.et\reen $.Jfu'Oon( ) and 100 links, or CG feet, is one chain.SO .

;S $i.OO. chains, or 5,280 feet, is one mile. -

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