Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
August 31, 1888
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.::.- -- ----, A CHEERFUL CREED. on the road?" asked the man, quietly. toward him, but there was a look of. FIGHTING A BOAR. [ MODERN FORTRESSES.The .

vc-: I". ::.I im. 2rn. 6m. 12m. DR. JAMES CIIACE foe world it is good; if only we knew "Well, that speck is a buggy containIng loving joy in her face such as Sam hadnovel' Graphic Description of a Thrilling Adventure Advantage and-Strong Point of M e..

-- .-- How to reach to the heart of our neighbor, two constables. They are after me seen before in all the days of his In the Wilds of Cuba. | talle Fortifications

equlLre.. 'I 00 'I ro (10) t 00 .. 00 n 00I8QUatr SURGEON We'd For find love,him the both hardest friendly of labor and, willing to do. 'or-never mind what. Now, my man, married life."Missus. Discouraged in our quest for wild The plan of fortresses at present
2 t,/) :1 ::' 4 0 I II (I.. Jii o 2il'0'lquare DENTIST if ho "
Ii c U 7 c K 1 8 O. 12 0,' :.1= 10 45quareS ')J JU We must meet him half-way and then we will you get me to Kingslow docks in stammered, Ifur- boar, we retraced our steps toward the adopted-unknown to tho public but
& ; O'J, Iii 00 12 ()Xl I Iii ,k. 311) 0:1: III 00 tee time to catch a boat waiting there for got ter git the ter-but I brung tho mountaineers' cabins. All the after- the divulging of which can do no harm
pquaresJOOO I5Oi :!OO :1C( 1iO0U 8110 LATE OF CEDAIl KEYS. With an impulse of nature divine, "
He will cheer in me, before those men catch us, I'll eight-cent cotton! -Kale A. Bradley, noon Jose had at intervals unloosedour as it can not remain secret-is very
us trouble whatever it be.
Tta each cents subsequent a line for insertion.the' first and five cents Office at residence, cast of Kentucky Horns And make us ashamed to repine.As give you fifty dollars. If not-." in Detroit Free Press.UNDERGROUND. remaining dog, and giving a gruntin peculiar and quite opposed to any
Special rate lot time nlvrrtiseiucnts! upon often we ponder the problem so deep The alternative was expressed by a -- imitation of the wild hog. the wise aesthetic or artistic conception. A fortress -

application at tlio ottco. J. 0. 11AYNES Why some things forever go wrong, drawn revolver, pointed threateningly RIVERS. animal had bounded out of sight is henceforth composed of an immense -

= And sorrow for joy so many must reap at Sam's blanching face. Some Odd Sights and Natural PhenomenaIn ventior lejos-or, with nose upraisedand block of concrete of .incrediblo

KUPSCltlPTlONOnerocr. If A rl s. Vet Tho'faith they in struggle humanity on still bravely doth so remain long,, He turned the mare's head into Yucatan. "smelling far," as the Cubans have thickness. It will offer to the eye
...................................fl 00 :J:) E.LW': wr X S wr 9 For we can not be gloomy to-day"! Kingslow road. The minutes and the Among other oddities we observed along it-but had invariably returned with- I a square oval or lozenge shapa, thd -

Si months.... ........... .. .. ..... .... 50 When surely the sunshine follows toe rain miles sped by in silence, the stranger procession of female servants, out trace of our sought-for game. i I outside being a mere block without
All subscriptions must he paH variably in Office over Jones' Brick Block. And the dark clouds have all passed away. watchful, with his fingers closed on twent '-five or thirty of them, drawing But suddenly when not a mile projections or access. It is not yet set-

advance. No discrimination in favor of any- The world it is to the revolver Sam water from two deep wells, be
good-no use deny silently considering reaching a distant from the mountaineers', tled whether this block shall surrounded -

bod,. That trials are coming to alli; his chances for escape from tho fate ho cenote by an endles chain of sheep- he left us with a yelp and by a trench. but all competent
Communications all The
upon matters or local GEO. BAISDEN wisest plan now is to let them pass by,
interest to ticked from aliI! j artsof the county. And feel that God's goodness can fall saw only too plainly hanging over skin buckets over a huge wheel. All spring, and away we nil went pell-mell I authorities in Europe seem to hold that

On each of us here It rightly we live him; that of arrest and perhaps imprisonment day this living machinery camo and after him, myraids of disturbed owls one or several sheeted cannon shall

SI-X'ltliT SOCIETIES.Bradford Painter and Paper Hanger, 'Twill And cherish help us the if any blessing there be we to own forgive; for helping a felon escape went, each woman carrying a great spitting and shrieking!:: aboA run move round the block, and aa powderwill

--- And lighten our hearts when alone. the: outstretched arm: of justice. nantaro or jar, steadied upon her hipor of twenty rods brought us to the dog;: in future be 'smokeless this cannon -

Lod e No. 42, I' and A. M.Kc STARKE, FLA. -Lute, Ilollit. Courier-Journal.. "And what woulQ Missus say!" Sam shoulders. Tho water irrigates the and a huge black boar thirty feet always in motion and escaping tho

ular communications: thin Faturday in ALLVOICK -& S .- groaned. orango groves, pineapple patches and away, which had turned to protect the enemy's aim, will fire on a fixed point.
."jinotith 1. W. KICKl.l1'Elt, W. M. CUAHANTEED.
J. E. WAI.MUGHT, Secretary.:) i i i.i "MISSUS." They were close upon Kinslow when coffee plantation, and tho gardens retreat of a herd of wild hogs: scamper- This movable sheeting will make up

he spoke. shaded by bananas, limes and cocoa ing away behind. "Aqui esta un bar- for the absence of trenches. At the

May Lode No. 10, I. O. O. F. BUGG & WILLS, Her Dealings with Her "Poor "Look'eo hyar, mister," he said, palms. Without it the sandy plain aco cimaron! (.'hlerv.isawild boar) angles of the block, moreover if

Meets every 1'ridny night at Odl Fellows Shiftless Creator" "you've gone about fur 'nuff with this would have remained a vast desert, shouted Jose:! wild as the dog itself square or elsewhere if it is round of

HalL Transkn' brothers invited to Attorneys at Law of a Husband. 'ero hoss an' wagin." And he beganto and with it the hacienda blossoms like with delight. There stood the savage oval, there will be sheeted

attend. L. U.: IIL'LL, Noble Grand. > : draw in the nearly-spent horse. an oasis, as in reality it is. fellow, all head, bristling shoulder.4.legs reducts, which will cover tho

.J. FT;LD, Fecietary..1. C. WII.I.F Lox,Vice 41.Grand.F. STARKE, FLA. "I say, Missus, d'ye want onythin' There was a short struggle, then a There are no rivers in Yucatan that tail with plumy trembling end. base of tho block and make assaults

from the store? I'm goin' to town to pistol report, and Sam fell backwardinto flow above the ground the people being jaws and tusks champing and crack- impossible. Of course the interior of

Independent Order of Red Mn.. and Will Fifth practice Judicial In all Circuits.ROBERT the Courts. in the Fourth git th' mare shod agin the plowin' to- tho body of the wagon and lay wholly dependent upon the clouds ing his jaws, from which great rc'lls of the block will contain the equipment3

OSCl.OLA Titn No. I. FI.ClnIDA.-Counc:1: morrer." motionless. for their supply of water, and upon foam were already working. with a of a fortress. The entrance is underground -

ares kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at their "Missus" looked scornfully over tho Slowly and gradually tho consciousness streams that run beneath the surface. hideous, sucking -onnd. a splendid ,on the side opposite that where

Tfigwnni, tnrko. FIlL KEITH, washtub at the shifty, uneasy.figure in of earthly things began to returnto The entire peninsula is one vast table picture of ferocious brute bravery.To the enemy can appear. There will bo

tend.Tiaiis.cnt: brothers J.cordially N. JONES Invited Sachem.MiLLOX to at.. the door-way. f Sam's darkened mind. He made an coral rock, beneath which rivers one side and another he sprangas air openings in the interior. which is

CJAJ. Oiler of "The mare! She's gone with .only effort to turn over and look around flow. At intervals these break the dog crowded him. Then he lit up by electricity produced on the .

Attorney at Law one shoe a good three months, an' now him. out into caverns, formed by would charge the dog and whirl in the spot or at a distance. The magazineof

Sours Temperance. she must be shod agin the plowin'! "Wha-whar be I?" ho queried earthquakes, by the pressure of the air, scattering the earth like an exploding projectiles is in a spot inaccessibleto

Meets! every Monday night In Temperance STARKE But thet's only an excuse to git with weakly. streams, or by the infiltration of sur- shell. Closer crowde the two explosions caused by shells coming

lIall.)1.JAS. MILLON. fc rf }IEACIIA J. W. P. FLA. yer low cronies in town, an ye moughtas "You'ro two weeks out at sea, my face-water into natural grottos of the brutes, in air half the time, each benton from without. The stores of other
< e.
I well take thet as anuther, fer ye will hearty, and bound for a six months' coral rock. Centuries ago the Indians death, the dog frequently clearing ammunition and of victuals are sim-

Gospel Temperance Meeting. L. B. RHODES, go, spite of all thet I kin .say. Yes," cruise to China, on the trimmest craft : marked the courses of the subterrar the boar at a bound, and maddeninghim ilarly protected. The hidingplacesfor

I h Erery Sunday! at 2 p.ia, at Temperance she snapped, as an after-thought, "you that sails the blue," said a cheery voice' rivers by heaps of stones, and always with savage snapping and lacerations the men and in'hort, every thing

I HslL kin bring me a yard of eight-cent cot- beside him. built their cities close by the water- of shoulders 0'" hams. Over and that has to be under shelter are underground -

I C Attorney at LawLAKE ton-unbleached, mind. Now git out, "A friend 0' cavos. Wherever these rivers appearto under went the dog with marvelous and so placed as to be quite '

CHUUJH; DI1CECTO11Y. an' spend the rest o' yer mornin' loafin' continued the voice yourn, afterward shipped you proving the light of day the place is called acenoto agility, frequently wending the boar protected from the besiegers. Electric

I FIAND.VKD TiME.II.vtII.t round some bar-room." -pronounced ce-note-a. There four feet into the air; but every charge wires both for messages and light as
to belong to the kind-hearted
FLA second -
I Lurch. Mrs. Loud, or, as she was more generally mate, "just after you'd hurt yourself are a great many scattered all over from'the; dog brought a still moro: savage also telephones, beyond the reach of
**""* "" Merida
i Yucatan and those
I v near aro counter-charge from the bcfxr. the the fort against
called by her husband and few foolin1 with revolver. He 11 besiegers protect
Services at 10.ID: a m. an.1 at 7 p.m. A. L. SCOTT M.D. scattered neighbors, "Missus," watched your utilized as public bath-houses, affording believe no such agile and ferocious isolation-that is to say agaflnst
rravcrn.cutin' : ? every Wednesday! at 6 p.m. said he'd'promiscd you to, 'cause you
It W. O. I'ATTEltSOX, Pastor.SunJay him drive slowly off down the road had a sick relation or something in the most refreshing resorts. movements were ever elsewhere seen. abandonment and discouragement.The ,4'
Fcl.ool: meets every Sunday morn behind the patient. mare without tak- China an' Tho cenote, near the hacienda of For forty feet in every direction the underground existence of the gar-

In*at 100.! If. N. HAME11ICK, Sept. I ing her arms from the suds. seeing your name was on which I write, is a cavern nearly fifty forest ground looked like a freshly- rison may not be very lively and it
the books an' ho furnishin' o'
F. H. )MORGAN Fecrctary. n ai n hyait'u! i d urg D "Poor, shiftless creetur! she mut- money for, your nuasin' we had plenty to take feet deep, broken down at one side, plowed field, and it seemed to my will be well to accustom as many men

Pre.terlan Ouurrli. tered; "nuthin' but a nuisance cnn '- you along as we'd agreed. Now go to thus forming an arch of limestone. startled eyes as though a cyclone of dog. as possible to it; but that garrison will

Ferviceeevery.tundny at 10:30 a.m. TERMS REASONABLE. way. Ain't no more use than a last sleep, an' you'll bo well before you Within it appear every form of bog, boar, mud, bark and froth had descended not exceed thirty or forty men per
1C. II. MATTICE Pastor. stalagmite and stalactite, and its roofIs into the darkening c)vcrt. I London Times.
Office at Gaskins' Drug Store. years bird's nest. Whatever I kum to know it." fortress.-
Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a m. marry him fer I don't see." perforate with holes, in which are frankly confess to flight to a near S CAN .
1"I L. C. HULL Supt.3Ieliodlst Sam had plenty of time to think out EXCURSION STORY.A. .
thousands of nests of birds and hornets.
fallen tree which, to less
She wiped the suds off either arm upon escape
-1 TATE POWELL M.D. many knotty problems during A flight of stone steps leads down to it
with her thumb and fore-finger. weeks that followed. I than hanging, I do not believe I could Tale In Which Every Free American
weary '
Church. "Sam Loud!" she called, opening the from the charming garden above, and I have ordinarily vaulted. The don and Citizen I* Interested.
Services every Sabbath at 10:30Jam. an-1 After an experience of twenty years in the door sharply, "ef ain't back fer "Mebbe I war a trifle shiftin' an' on- palms and aquacates growing at the Jose' became apparently a part of the 7 a. m.-On board the train. Every
7:30 tk'Dool at practice of his profession, has no hesitancy you easy-like fer sech a woman Missus,"
".m. Fuixfry every Sunday bottom thrust their verdant crowns mortal body looking fresh. :New bonnet,
cyclone, though no
9jm. J. ChuiIB UK-hard. Superintendent.Trayir In promt-ing the Litest und mo t scientific yer dinner you don't git enny here, he said suddenly aloud one day. "'Fever eyes
above the level of terra firma. j boots. Large crowd. 4
just new new
meetlot'H'Tcry Tuesday und 1 treatment to tlio-o asking hisi-ei\ices. that's all. have followed their movements or gowns
Calls the I git back, I'm blamed 'f I (10n'tstart The water is perfectly clear, apparently I I Pretty girls slim beaux fat babies
: 1. W. DAKLEV. I'aetor. 10 country promptly attended "Thar!" she exclaimed after few gymnastics. I do not know how long
Diseases of females an l children a specialty. a a new count thet'll please her. bottomless and contains blind estination-neigh-
I : many : this lasted. I saw a flash of fire, and smiling parents.
Ulf.ce: fit City :Drug More, or at his resp moments of steady rub-rubbing up and But won't the their i
- open eyes foundin Fourth
like those
fish Occasion
... (piscado cenote), through the roar of it all heard a shot. boring town. -picnic-
riiiUtlaii Cliurcli. deuce EastStarke. down the board the
over rhythmic II I
when here about this.
"' the Mammoth cave in Kentucky.The of affairproceslion.speech
. Then the whirlwind seemed to fall July-big
I. Acts llC-268-l: : l'etel"\,4:18. motion keeping time to "On Jordan's I upon
\ When the clock struck the
S.'III I Ben Ices each Ird'il day at 10:30( a.m. and Banks I Stand one on overhanging roots of trees Jose. I saw tho gleam of his machete etc::, etc. Band plays,bell rings lost
' each Lord's day iu AiO: p.m. F. J. FIELD, Stormy was day Missus watched Sam disappeardown fringe its broken arch, affording shelter I somewhere in its very core. Then baby handed on board. Handkerchiefs

... 1'rarer mootinjr: each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m running through her mind, "that lazymortal's the dusty road, she took up her to numberless lizards and guanos, I a Cuban- 'ell went up that set the tree wave. We are off.

itIC G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. clean forgot the pail o' waterI dinner and sat grimly down to her which dart along the ledges, while I 8 30 We stop-suddenly. Report of

...... Sunday Schonfench W. H.'TAYLOK Lord's at l'KJ: a.m. Brick ri k Ibim'i Irk{ mi n! Plaster told him to git half an hour ago. Ef solitary meal. That finished, true to above them countless swallows are con I limbs woven vibrating.thongs to the We dead tied boar's our shoulders gvass-- train: -robbers. Ladies faintgentlemen -
he kum 'twould
| back be 'tarnal
.. !- never!" a her word, she cleared away the things stantly circling in masses so dense that and tusks, and when wo had don't-hold the door and call po
STARKE FLA. marcy and went on with her work. the of their wings a I I lice-conductor appearsexplanationengine
HiJ whirring
QFFiciA" dragged him to the mountaineers'
' i)111 EC roit Y.lly Sam did not turn his head as Missus I
.. Evening came, but brought no signs deafening noise, echoed from below in ] cabins flecks of foam streaked broke-send for another.
... ALL WCUK GL'AIIAVrUED. BozIL launched after him her I great
parting threat, I
ItIII of tho absent Sam. When bed time hollow reverberations. I I with blood still lay upon tho brave Wait two hours-dismay-too late for
"'" ({ OflU-ers. but jogged slowly on, musing; to him-
Wijroi-L. Witjjovskl.AldcrmcnJ. self arrived she rose shut up the house : Another novelty, to us, about this fellow's jagged ribs.-E. L. Wakcman, dinner. Getjjemen go outside and

COMER L. PEEK : and went wrathfully to bed. hacienda, was ,its bee garden. It is' in smoke. Ladies talk. Band plays.
r Washington.Star.I
r. Richard, J. M. Truby, Tato "}::f Missus 'ud feller
:= owell, G. P. Vaunjr, S. F. Cixrdluer.; only give a a She unlocked the door in the morn- reached by going down the great co.1'J J 4 5.SIMONIDES' Babies cry. Paper collars flatten out
chance! Sartin the needs shocin'bad
..fIIf. Cleik-I. C. \Vst.b.Trraurerp. mare ing, smiling to herself as she wondered ridor past the cattle-yard (all cattle- I WOOING. bangs wilt. Thermometer begins to
jl Attorney at Law and Notary an' man's to how is in
got see things
... Morgan. where Sam had spent the night after yards in Yucatan are in front of, or Immediately The Delicate Way in Which a Modest rise.
Wnrshsl-E. r>i Wall town sometimes-though I can't I,
...*..- ASStsor-T. tf. never finding the house securely fastened adjoining the houses of their Youth Popped the Question. 10 a. m.-Relief train. Excursion
.. STAItKE, BUAIHOIU) CO., FLA. make her see it that way, somehow."A sneak! Chance for dinner.
.. against him. owners), past the well where the women "Simonides,. you are a stock goes up.

*- (
.I* County Ju-lfe-fJ. It. lUohard. specialty. aloud, to fix it more firmly in breakfast, with another errant ter do garden of orange and lime trees. The spoke. 10:15-Stop again. Resignation.Cause .

C erk of Ci.u Court-II. F. York Abstracts furnished showing every Deed, his unstable memory. "An' mohbe I in town-shiffless: :: creetur!" she bee-hives were primitive, but complete i| "When I -was of your age, Simon- this time steam gives out. Wish

51.. Tax 8teriS-H.: W. 'ppersoii. Mortgage. Lien. Tax Sitle. Judgment, Attachment kin find some; little thing to sort 0'pac'f thought. being merely hollow logs cut ides;" he continued "I had too good expressed to mob somebody. We don't
AII oe<'or-;' C. Wainrif and till m tters of public record and her, ef so be't how I Another start.
S: Tax I'O.-t.:; r-M. }I. Hale. as gan't git About noon a neighbor drove into the about two feet long, plastered up at sense and too much spunk to dance attendance do it. Too warm.
file affecting of Heal E tate in Bradford
; >
1:1: Su;triCh n)"lIf of Sc-hools-R. Eowling. county. Florida, up to date of abstract. the mare shod afore roon. An' I declar' yard behind the old white mare. They each end with mud, and piled in long on a young woman for three 11:30-At last! We arrive. :Music

. Coji.iy! >ur.ejiif-John P. Pratt C. E.:: for't, ef I didn't furgit thet pail 0' had caught her, he said, straying alone rows. Every six weeks they are emp- or four years without coming to the flags, procession. Every body in gala

:::5 County; ltinin. s.oners-L.: Wiuovski G. W. water!" over Kingslow downs, but Sam was no- tied, and at certain seasons of the year i I point and saying what I meant by my attire. We join them. Thermometer

;.r.... fVM.\":.; EmIt!.It.. I 4.":=t.;C cy. John S. Andrews and HEADQUARTERS: FOR A man, a stranger to Sam, was walk- where to be found. The few drops of the honey is so odorous of flowers as : attentions. If I had not Simonides continues to rise. Ditto dust; ditto

.....U.C .. :FJ.El.E: IJJJBZ7H ATNTCEEI, ing along the road a little way ahead. blood in the bottom of the wagon, however to scent the whole house. One ad- I )'ou-would still have been in the.future i carriage hire.

... S&ite Officer. At this point he stopped and looked intently hinted at a grave explanation of vantage in this industry is that the tense, as it were, sir." 12 m.-At the grounds. Big jam.
.. the Liverpool and London
"" Covemor-E. A.':Perry, Pensacola. Representing and down the broad, straight The cowered the search- Demand for ice water, demand for
:-:: Ltent-Goveraer-M. and Globe Company. up his mysterious disappearance, and bees of Yucatan are entirely stingless, youth under
II. Mabry, Leosbur highway, stretching in sight for miles of his father. The rebuke beer, especially beer. Dinner! !
handled with
-... Setretpry of :.Mate-John L. Crawford, -I when, a week later, the unrecognizablebody and may be impunity.- ing gaze
h.Imp.. :a1lfu'h'iI1e. ; L. C. HULL either way. of a man was discovered a short Philadelphia Rccrd.'V.. 'was "deserved. Sijnohides Whacker "Charge of the Light Brigade" and

. Acoruey-GcBe'al-C. P. Cooper St AugusBoe. "Good day, my man," ho said, as distance from where the horse was could not deny it. Ho spoke submissively seventeen others.

1tIA''" rren Sam came up to him; "can you give found, no room for doubt was left in Wild Animals in Africa. : 2 p. m.-Bones, bread-crumba desolation -

..-- C.mml urer-F.> ?of. Crill.LanJs-C.Pnlatka.oner L.. Contractor and Builder me a lift, as we both seem to be going any mind, even in the most reluctantone ."What would you have me do, sir?" empty tables replete humanity.

ISntt lad.. Mitchell Ft. the same way?" of Missus herself. From the day Of the wild animals, singularly "Act like a man. Go"straight to the 3 p. m.-Dancing. Mercury runningover.

...*. CIDJIrol1t'r: GeJeralW. D. Barnes. STARKE, FLA. Reckon I kin, ef you ain't tew that the fact of Sam's death became enough only the leopards are dreaded, girl and tell her you want her. Don't Some sit in shade and snore.

A&'uai tcealnavld; Lonl.l',Cedar XflYL hefty," returned Sam, cheerfully, PUll- evident to her she withdrew wholly for they often attack men, which the beat about the bush any longer. If Some don't-parade in grove; silly

S' euperiDtend-it Kpstcll, Ja of sonvllJe.Public Instructlon-Al- i notice.Plan and Carpenter specification work furnished solicited on short and ing up his horse, "fur a spell, 's fur '8 from the society and sympathy of her lions never do, although they lurk 'in .she accepts you nlilct you up in busi- but suits them. Ice-cream romantic

the bush by twos and threes. The Cholera morbus-
f promptly attended to. 1 go. neighbors and shut herself up alone ness. If she does not you will be free people. Result:

EGE; Toilet State Officers.cker. Hand-made bro! for sale cither at the klla Tho man, from his clothes and man- with her tiresome and persistent re- negroes told Emin they were under th; taseek! some one else." 4 p. m.-Moro dancing; moro

:'t1sterS. C. Gainesville.Z. Dr delivered at the depot.J ner, evidently a gentleman, climbed to flections. That one-half wish kept control of a chief named Lotter, a very a_ S C C mashes; more cream; more c. m.

IIt'#:\'' .T.'rawlord" Gainesville. -- a place beside Sam and listened silently ringing in her aching ears: "Ef he simple, good-natured man, who always "Aliantha," began the young man, 5 p. m.-The same.
hl\'f'Or-G' B jjloxham, TalJa.e. to that worthy's garrulous con- kept two tame lions in his housea 6:3Q: m.-We return; the train; all
folks all p.
never cum back; ef he never kum somewhat huskily, "tre
ucJ'4)-W. J.J W. HICKS; versation. back!" ( fact), and as long as he receives. well?"' aboard; wilted banners; wilted pocket-

BOIL ftmuel: Fco, Montlcrllonsor "Thet little red buildin' on ;yer ler, And it was.wonderful how great tho occasional presents of corn and goats, "Quite well, Mr. Whacker, thank books; broken umbrellas; mixed ..

81111. Call Jacksonville. 8t 'a ger," he was just saying, "was number of things she found herself prevents the wild lions from doing any you." babies; dust cinders. smoke. lost

nEI" iliR: FoNT ATn'E\. whar I fust larned ter stick pins in the obliged to do during the day that Sam, mischief. It is curious to note that "I have come this evening, Ali tickets, lost digestion, headaches.

First l'y.'Cond.Dlstrcion.: It. II. M. Davidson.DistricJHon. CITY BARBERAND Echoolmarster's cheer, an' ter-" s! s remembered now, had always un- the lions here are good-temPere.d (per- antha," he resumed heroically "to- backaches bunion-aches, ice cream-

Hero the man broke in suddenly. "Tel,,', asscrtingly done and left ready to her haps because they find abundancQ of to-to bring back this volume of DanteI aches. "A splendid timer'- -Detroit

,,. rt OraDre. Charles Dougherty me, isn't that a wagon on tho road.*i' hand. food), and they are also much admired got of you last evening-" Free Press. .

mile or two back?" as .was. shown by the following haven't finished it .
Day after day dragged themselves "Why,* you Illumination Paintings.An
.( "Thet speck 'way back by Tinv/lo- slowly across the burning blue and disappeared incident: "One day. .he ..says, already, have you, Mr. Whacker?" '.

'r PATENTS. Hair Dresser.OPEN cumses' place? Its a wagin' surr-Vmff, in weeks and months. The "we came upon a lion caughtin "And to say that I-that I-like- expert in photographic productions
a pitfall, whereupon Chief Lotter states that the most favorable illuminator
but it's a good five miles awa\\ Yon afternoon sun lay aslant the kitchen that I like Dante first rate."
If 1 AT ALL TIMES. was fetched, and he pushed into the for oil paintings is a direct
kin see it so plain kase thar'j a hill floor, where Missus sat knitting sad regrets Dante is so soulful r' said Aliantha,
thar." pit branches of trees to-enable the lion front light by which shadows cast
Call St. East of Railroad. into her winter's work.It softly.
Shop on just
to out this it did, and after givingus thick strata of paint and
get from
fRISK lO II. "Isn't this brach road we are just was easy to see that these months ; "He's immense," assented Simon- very
HOUGH, Will constantly keep on hand a full coming to, the road to King'slow?" the had mellowed and softened her severe a roar of acknowledgment, walked ides, heartily; "and speaking Dante strong brush marks are considerably
line of the following goods for sale : asked. off unharmed. Another chief is said allayed, and the structure of the can.
stranger nature. She was thinking-as she had I-er-
Dandruff Cure to c.eanse the hair. to the of keeping the Black
made invisible. or neutral
SOLlciTOB possess power vas
OF it be drawled Sam "Yes.
"Spect regard- thought times before, with,
many per-
Cream of Roses for the face to
remove from the pitfalls. One of at certain
colored placed
game away screens
ing him with slow surprise. touch of "There isn't of modern times
sunburn. freckles and smoothe the haps, a more selfreproachnow a poet
told that this chief was at be ..
our men me the to copied.
''ri kin. A full line of Razors and Hones "My man," said his companion, in the thought: "Ef I hedn't ha' in my opinion, that is knee-high to angles toward object
: r Ph h one time detained under arrest at the the objectionable light and
r ign "if will drive with all Dante." will absorb
constantly on hand;old razors repaired. hurriedly, you ben so ha'sh with him mebbo things ;
station for a few hours, the conse- free from reflections.
J. W. HICKS your might to Kingslow, I'll give you would ha' gone better. A man can't be "Unless it be Tennyson." murmuredthe leave the original

I It2S Starke, Fla. twenty dollars if you get.jne there in tied to pots an' tubs an' one spot a fut quence being that no game came near beautiful girl. : Gloss and flares may cause disturbances,
_F street the station for about eight days, so thata be by placing
Near U. S. Patent Office, time." bu.t these may overcome
squar' the way.a woman kin, an' stay "Of course I except Tennyson. And
present had to be sent to the chief to behind the lamps.and
Sam made no reply. satisfied I Though I of Aliantha I reflecting
\V spose. never speaking Tennyson -
WBITE wife is
him. Chief
4SUINGTON. D. O.I LGflOV ."If twenty isn't enough, I'll make it thought on't thet way then. Ef he appease Chulong's er-1. n"Yes by adjusting one horizontally directly
also famous for her power over the When old
forty said the man, watching Sam's could only kum back now, he'd find ?" under the picture. very
crocodiles which make their I time
j. numerous
have" for long
face anxiously."Oh things different I reckon. An' he "Will you let we nake you a presentof paintings hung a
home in Khor Gineti. -Christian at to dust, moisture -
bUIlne88! toe fin 'tain't the money," said Sam, might go to town now an' then-in a volume some time, with the inscription exposed and subjected
United States Patent
t1ILI 4f:. ateo'-1: "'?or moderate fees. Patents Eggs for Hatching at last leisurely, "though I'll allow reason." Work. ... on the fly-lcvaf: : 'To my-'." and other damaging influences the-
much in-
IIltle'.1'(1111. t.e l'4lted Biases and all foreign 'tis some indeusement to a man who'sgot Footsteps were heard crunching their -A Texas saloonkeeper was found "'v ell?" surface of the painting is so -

*'t'C-"It W.f'I*MARKS ArD LABELS rejiS- a wife to hum. 'Tain't thet-it's way up the walk to the kitchen door in bed with his skull smashed one -To my wife Aliantha'n?' crusted with dirt as to make a good hr.

.lIlIr. PRttntfeb'crCDIlT furnished with- of a suddint-. No, stranger, I don't I some one knockeo. and as Missus rose coroner was to arrest a traveler from "Father,"exclaimed: Simofaides with these circumstances the picture .
cleaned with a soft
b'leeve I kin stand the racket. The uncertainly filled with vague, unde Istiw York, who had been in town less the feverishly-commercial eagerness of tf practicable, be
Strain the
White Leghorns (Knap's ) am and. afterillowing
Sketch o Model for fre. oIn- most profitable variety for Florida. Eggs hoss's only got one shoe on, an' I fined expectation, the door was opened than half an hour. The prisoner a young man who fee s that he has lost sponge, water and soap rubbed over

to PatclIabhIJly. .t rarefully packed and delivered at Ex pre III promised Missus ter be hum fer din- vide and a man stood ii the doorway. cleared himself, but was advised to ,about three good yeird .'1 shall be to dry slowly
.his (f Patt:1t1 famished Ob e at _bove price. AJdrjss ner." "Sam:: !" was all she said, as she leave town as soon as possible as,ome-' ready to go into business Tyeelc after with a dry soft sponge. then _with
for 23 cSit.$
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_' ; I' I tliiunrnittir.o.| The writer (-:In M>Cno laborers )have been reduced many STARKK. FLA.. At i:;. 31st 1888- LAKEVIEW Hamrick &JoJEALEIls ]"

,dItADFOBB COUt\.TY lELEGRPlf. t.i'nt-lit that wm Id." rot only without their consent the effect that g'4 C'LAY CO, FIJ .,
t nurM-Ivrs or to the rilr of J.uksonTillo.As throughout the county "
and vote but against I heir energetic protest -
.: I -PUnLJSIIiWDKf.YT-- longis Purnl county does not ( ":\ and determined strikes. there is Yellow Fever iii Slark, I mllJ] c 'Ii.'f,-

TKRRADFORDCOUrYFI.R1pA.. tine ngjuisl Jacksonville oud especially Trades-unions and other labor organizations the following official statement: 4pyUE C BECK JR. IN'_- *
"> --' as the Govenipaenl has established n station have done more to force no and t*> There is not now. nor bas there li scn.a ? MA* .
I. C.VEB ;; keep up wages than have all the laws that Ou the I *
in Starke.
which of Yellow Fever I
Wavciros to refugees case
gdjtpr and Proprietor, wt.'re'E.'r passed. GEKEKAL} $!
may go.tjiere fan possibly Up no reason The Democratic key note is that taxes contrary the health of the town U better 5C4LC&)0a & COMPANY MERCHANDISESTARKE
L;:;._: ,
fr: why Bradford county should raise the which were voted up to meet the heavy than I have ever known. it at this seasonof _ cHfl.I$ .JU
I BXCPIPT10AfforJlny \ U.Of' A. EA8.
of War should be voted the year.
and allow these people to flock expenditures now ? LOAN BROKERS.
I quarantine down to meet the lessened requirementsof TATE POWEL& M. P., REAL ESTATE &

J"I.rrd; t-t .1l; Uv'gret int in upon us. Our physicians say that yellow )- Peace. Health Officer, Bradford Co. ,

)>eW tfftt. Warkf, Fin., at frcundGROVER fever will not spread in Bradford Taxes have been voted up and voted for I AGENTS FOR
The week has been a great one
Cs Jliltt:' county but what further assurance havewe I down. Wages never were. Let workingmen the Democratic past campaign. Ihnroan' __ R. R. Lands.Ve We keep coiM.mIjr on han jfl
I (
___.1-__ -:- that this is so? And considering that choose between iustian an facts andretie.e Port Huron speech and Cleveland's retaliation Florida Southern a fufl

.\TIQNAL- TICKET, Jacksonville people arc ss well off in their themselves of unnecessary taxa message are boih events of capital .4 I / e have lands of every (1i criptioll.If Caned Good Candles *
tion. ,
f importance wh'ch have swelled the tide Tob3.
Por Preidnw own county as they couM possibly lie in the to want to buy, rent, lease or
overwhelm opposition
I that is to I YOU
0. and all
J.e Him
For Vice President. this county why would it be best to raise Our Republican friends should not expect good government. Rarely excepting LIPPMAN'S! PYRAFUGE sell, it will pay you to call l on or Cigars goods usually
? during the closing weeks of a contest has I
quarantine disposition '
too much of Blaine. There is a
AlLEN G. THUUMAN.G fiat cjai
popular interest been so greatly excited in 13 CALLED THE write to ii.BRIGSTOREI. a grocery forl-.
'C r on their to do so already.
: :. P13TE W1.CUQ TICKET. The Fever Outrloofe. "When Blaine comes," says one of their political events as during have the last attracted three) ''Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt I Ig1v'sanalieteW Call $1.
'. At last all the Jacksonville liysi- papers, "the Democrats will take to their clays. The events cnr the chill an.1 fc-cr. .nea up the ly'tl'm InJ.J.wU.rlcklma fl
of the kind that bringmgEHthMbthWth
I public attention are I Ieaftervr.
f.sJ' *>vcni<}rcFU5MIKG holes. "You'll see the Democrats scatter -
cians have that they influence of Thur.- .
agreed and the
Ejuc.w.i). of the moment the great bdr' ar effect. :
... genuine yellow fever in that city, man's speech as well as of the President'smessage 'U.
.., 33.; ::. rives says another. "Cleveland will
% -y. 'S prrin-; Court Judges: although it seems to have assumed avery wish he'd stuck to his Idea about only will be felt with increasing force P.P.P.; _

L JOflQE; P. H.VXEV. of Leon. mild form. Hut few deaths one term when the 'greatest living throughout-the campaign. P.P.P.

.. ', :;" A j:. MAXWELL of Escarabia.1. have occurred some times going for statesman' reaches these shores." remarks 4( \rm'. LeD 1h.

; .. .: :: n"- .. .MITCHELL.: iif Hillsborouglj without death. The a third. In the expressed opinion A Washington paper says- Some of the _
." :i. I day a single (.f a fourth journal, the American GLui people of Washington have received Prickly Ash Poke Boot and Potassium.)
number tn one day was atone will the floor with that ban I
1. S I'i1 Secretary of Mate; greatest any wipe during the p:1 tHek letters perforated, 'j CUBES
.. JUJJ X I. CU.\WFOHU. of Waukulk three. The gieatest number of new danna." Herculean. not to say grotesqueand through and through by some sharp JU.lrument. .

w :' tf.! _,_ cases in one day was 21. Every miraculous, cousequences' are expected They hoie the stamp of some
4 ... ; For Attorney-General I; effort is being made to stamp it out to follow Mr B1ain& recovery Florida post-office, ard bore tliH evidenceof SYPHILISPrimary .
,,- B. LIMA H of Jefferson. from sea sickness. mails" C.,' 1' I' .0,1'
IV. the
: : the "fumigation of on account '1 ,
t F of the and have TsrUarr *,Syphilitic
city, they greathopes But if all these dreadful things are to Syphili
fever in .
j. of the of yellow Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions {
?: .. Kor mp'troler! : of doing so. The Governmenthas befall Democrats in &. why did they not| Jacksonville presence and other Floiida towns. ,Eruptions.Ulsers and Old Sores Rheumatism and
befall them in 18S? Then Mr. Blaine blood aH those that have J. L. GASKLNS,1 WATCHMAKERt
station all diseases of the ;
established at
? :. W. I). BARNES of Jackson. a refugee was on the stump for himself all his career The Post-office Department of course, resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely I WfSTARKE
: .t Boulogne, where any person from the proving that he works for himself have had many of these letters, and some to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great -- 7.I
: For Slate Treasurer have held them at arm'slength. Blood Purifier. ; DPALER IX
I : and nervous
city can go and stay 15 days more zealously and effectively than for I -JEfliLK
J. } of
: Baker. ,
then be I other man Y::t then the Pemocrats. FL4t.L.peciAI .
pleases. Anyone any 1
anywhere \
go The whole business Is a survival of a SCROFULAI & Medicine (
: under the lead of a plain, homespun man Drugs attention given to '
4:4: ? who wishes to leave the city can I
fever thought to
For Superintendent of School: of action named Cleveland. beat Mr. t'rae; when yellow was nocks ant Jewelry. &<:? .'. AH lorfc2i!
I ALBERT J. RUSSELL, of Puvil.For easily do so by this method. The Blaine. They did not "take to their be contagious from personal contacL i, .MI imparity the blood Sores producing on the Lumps Arms or at reasosisbitpr'crr for &. Enquiwof&"2
cuing B"Tjn'ng Fla)
,_ greater part of the people have left. holes;" they did not "scatter;" they came Now, not a physician who has a knowledge Legs Swelling., or Feet. for the cure of which use P. P. P., Starke, < am'd.&Pa'e. '10'*. ,
: Commisfiont-r of Acroculture: It is claimed that not over 10,000 out and voted, and they believe that they of the disease lielfcves it can be taken the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these .
of I 1 in that The disease is no more diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., p1lyscians'PreCri1)tiOuLS
B. WOMBWELL Jackson.I'resMentiJ'l way. .
J f" the if the
assumed can whip Republicans again.
remain. Our mails have : communicable from contact than f,.ver giving new life and new strength. I'
-- Blaine into
latter will enough
oniy put ;
a almost the normal condition, and (I and The fumigation l-urning
Elector; their canvass a course. we are glad to | Mgne. BLOOD POISONCured Carefufy Compounded nl all 1imra-thui "' .
J. II. )M'KINXE Jackson. freight and express i< received daily say, which they propose to pursue. Too clothing and bedding and uinerlenlhs of night .

A t k. Bll-OHn. t.t Marion from Jacksonville. It is hoped} that much should not be expected of Mr. I, the quarantine egulationsare concessions and in its wont form : sometimes in t.with .. IKtr.',

,i ,'J. L. CAMPBELL of Waukutla.II. \ the panic is over and that bti-iuesh Blaine. The work of Democratic armihi-1 I' by the physicians to popular fears Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain Interest to Ladies. (. 1.
i : II. PALMER of Columbia. lation ought to bo divided up between pu-judires. _ _ and given up by the j ). In some cases Of .
I will now take its natural! channel as Scrorolons Ulcers broke out till the party was amass .,
We il! J FREE SAMPLE oloarwoad.rf.peciuc
him and others. Mr. Evarts should be i i iaskeu Don't Experiment. ML a "
; I of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. wa for f.mnij complaint to an j lady who-!.
For Congressman: i i much as possible.ORG to contribute a few brief and |, YOU cannot afford to waste time in procured and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. to ttot iu efficacy befor purr L Jlt. tJ..n4n aj>for '
of Marion. each five six columns in e. BAlsa BunDY Co..B 104.3rzffa1oJT.UflJMAJ' .
.t GEN. ROBT BULLOCK. ----- pithy paragraphs, or experimenting A\hen your lungs are _
: AMZE CLUBS E"ERID"IIEJlKThe long. That genial and inspiring Ganger. Consumption always seems at
Politics have nearly been forgotten nil l apostle of unselfishness Honest rust only a -old. Do not permit any i The Strawberry

Lax' followed I National Committee Urge Their John Sherman should be asked to lend a 1 dealer to'impiwe upon vou with some Aad In aO Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands U tor the south.
the fear and excitement that
e Foratou Ifi H,'err Stale hand. Our own Woodford should be ,cheap imitation IIf Dr. King's New Discovery alone and unrivaled and some of Iu cures are Ma pnxltictive.: c.
the outbreak af yellow fever in Jackson J I j The following address has teen sent snatched from the maw of reticence and lir Consumption Coughs Colds really wonderful.If of the IH-M and SEEDLING COMBINED WITH GREAT
out the National Democratic Committee i but be sure you get the genuine; because you suffer from anything Eke Syphilis.Saotola quality
1 Villa. by be urged to bloom once more with the I j i Blood Poison Ulcers DM Sores Ebeuma
I urging the formation clubs and their leaves he can make more profit he may tell UNEQUALED FOR MARKET. Refracting Power.
chestnut of trooly loil language. turn, or any disease of the blood be sure and
Libby prison. uhicl,) was sold to a Chicago -I! affiliation with the lutiounl Association The frisky and formidable Senator Hoar ![: you he has something just as good or give P. P. P. a trial. I offer strong plants, in large and small ARE AS LTIIJ'Y
Clubs I!just the same. Dont ba deceived but P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potassium TRANSPARENT
of ;
'j f t party about 11 year ago i is tobengain J i Democratic : should be drafted into service to sweat !|I insist i upon getting: Dr. King's New Discovery ) is no secret patent medicine like the manyon quantities. Ht reasonable prices. AX1) COLORLESS AS LIGHT
l JlEADQCAKTEKs NATIONAL DEMOCUATIC -} icicles on demand. The ingenious Ingalls the market. Its formula is on every bottle Cattle Uuavaa and Japan rfedJarw; ITSBtT n
is to give'relief'in
i bold ou account of the record payment COMMITTEE "by courtesy of the telegraph company" i guaranteed Chest thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholesomenere all the nne t Bo>e., in good healthy plants; \11I1 for softness endurance to
t I I t all Throat Lung and that no other blood purifier does give. forty varieties of Dwarf Ormns tree, Ute.
) not being paid. XUoW West 29th Street. ,\ should in with "some iinn.n be
conjunction excelled
appear I i I atfe.1 ion. Trial 001 tie free at J. LtI L IUOIIK, Lime, etc. enabling the__
\ --_ T Sm-We take this opportunity( to impress fellow like Phelps, of New Jersey." Levi} I I I CJuskins Drug store Large Bottles |1. 6 Address ARNOLD PUETZ o re .d for hours ,without fatine. yaet
: : J'artjes from Btnr.ingham want a chance upon you the gieat importance of P Morten should be required to electrify : :OTICE., I they are

z1 to stamp out yellow fever by electricity, urging. by every means in your po\u-r. tho masses "by performing his great net I' A Rector of Grace Church. Notice i is hereby given that T will lie at ray Greenland Duval Co., Florida. '! Perfect Sight Preserver
.. the formation of Democratic societies und of drawing two checks in three seconds. Dear Sir-In 1861 I broke out with an at the Court House in Starkr. on Monday I
and pft Jacksonville the privilege test clubs and their prompt uuiou with the each for large amounts" several times a I
: t$. : the experiment. several State societies (Ir associations and day Even Benjamin Harrison who can came back on me during the next three or regut the time ring and expires Issuing by law.regi fo'-.t ration the purpose certificatesto of r faiiiulis Hotel will b<; opened -UnitifJ States. nen of gorenors note in all sewoorsUnkmta. profrnliffennt 1egliI_

1 .- with the XllionalsslI'lttiou of ))emocnitic establish by affidavits the truth of tho four yeais 1 do not lemember, but from the electors Bradford ooui-ty. Floe ida. branches of trade bankers ..
; 4, President Cleveland's message on lie) j|i Clubs formed by the Baltimore much questioned report that he is a candidate I I: about 1N>5 to 1885 I suffered most sevcreIv All persons should call and secure registration for tin reception of gniMs, on i ..can be given who hare had their mecidc. sig '

ri fisheries treaty has caused u pn-iit many I,,I V.nrenlion on July 4lh last. The a.sociatioii for president might be permittedto I I from lepeated attacks of this eruption. certificates entered and on the see r that i,itration their names books are ss properly June I bt good bnaul reasonable iiichuI4hii P p-ove
: is now fully organized. lion. Chauul read a few from Lew Wallace's The use of some external remedies a lawn of Florida. required
ryes lei open, One thing is certain and pages gave by Chapter 37 M. abo those the of I AU Eyes Fitted
4 l (tvFBlack, president and Edward B. biography.-Brooklyn Eagle. relief-it \\a> only tt.'mpnrnry-lill in 1879 who wi,li to be tran fared 10 districts other than I :;;; use the Spring. I ,

1. f that ib, that we have.a fearless President. Whitney. secretary with offices at tlurse 1 found that Iodide of Potassium and in which they are now regi E.tered.L. 01)031. t Cuttagl'O for rent.Mrs. i A nd the Fit Cuaant.ed by ,

headquarters and at No- 52 William str.. Cl.l He II Out of It. Syrup of SarsHprrilla benetilted me nut a I Supervisor Registration Bradford Co. I RIVERS A: JOINER
The New York Star that the Rinisie; I Jones :
suggests this city. It i is in harmonious and efficientroropeialion Judge William P. Edson. who was defeated little. Ilowi-vrr. even then I was not I __ Aug. -_1688. ,

I t Mire way to check tjic yellow fever in with this committee and will for -nomination for supreme cured, for from 1S82 lo IbSo the attacks I I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. t f PWi'rittrc I S'.arke Florii '

Jnckonville is to reduce tic temperature undoubtedly contribute jiieatly to the success court judge in the Republican state convention were more severe, prolonged and) friquent f These passes uotSI1PPIiPdtopedd '

t t (If the entire Cltto freezing point j hy of our ticket. All Democratic clubsor said in a speech at Mt. Vemoa. I' than ever coming upon me as many as I LAND OFFICE AT GAIXK&VIM.K, .. l .. K.HAWKS.WHOLESALE .;- ".
Democratic societies become members '! five limes the July 21, 18SS.
the home of Gen. Hovey: four. anti evn during year. iTEfiTFISHTThe ATLANTA4 ;
bOrne artificial) rfica of the National Association by merely "After the nomination of Wn. Hovey In the spring lfc>85*. V Notice i s hereby given that the followin r i ia I, DEPOTS AVsT1NmjRSCHBE

forwarding a list of their o officers and for governor I c.ia to be congratulated oa l1'.. nud from that time lo the present I :-nnnietl; settler has tiled! notice of his Original Wins. I

Quarantine if properly catried out, is members to Edward B. Whitney, Number my defeat in the convention and not (June 25 IHSti) I have been free horn eruptions I intention to make final pro? in support of I C. F. Simmons. S: Lci.U. Prop's \ I

L the only safeguard agatvst any contagious 02 William Street, New York. N Y. condoled with. for Gen. Hovey candidacy of this poison. Oqly .nre. t-aily li. \hi"\ claim. :uul that saiJ prof will be made 1.1..\.SiDinons Liver Medicine,Er'd I 5.O'4L0 Dt4.

t' J dist-jisc. But a strict and humane quarantine : Nothing else is required. No dues or I changed the Republican campaign in Indiana this mouth, a few humps appeared on my I I before lle i.-terand Receiver at G'linsvilleFhi. I 1S-fcI.n fee V. S. Court DEFEATS J. I II fJ

doc not excuse all the ridiculous fixed taxes arc exacted by the Association from an aggressive one to a defensive ,, wrists but; dried up in a day or 1w''. .('- I .. i.nbtptS-J, 1S8S. viz; William ..t.Northrup I 1 H.I.eula.t ZeUin Prpp'r: .A' (by l.Sim Zolin rawis 563.Liver I I \\t\S9tCTACLts Qti',

Ihe system vast and valuable as it K. being t one. and with the 1 loqal option j I jing the tUing throes as it were of this of Lake\"il'w. Fin.. II. E. 12214. I ).- S. L. M' has fcr 47 years & '

.: I net ions of_the. _quarantine officers. OO sustained under a constitutional proVISIOn plank adoptedvill certainly defeat Hovey !;: horrid am! liathoni ; disease. After lie ftartlmeE i of S \V1Scc.28Tp6R23E Ccrcd IXDlc nlo ClLlOLS.NESS j'I

I by voluntary subscriptions alone. as well as Harrison and Morton. I allowed i! lag plagued fur about twenty-five yetIs I He names: the following witnesses to I DYSPtPSIA, ICK HtADACHEOST TI I II

i f The Chairman of the State Democratic Circulars. forms and all imfoimation my name to JTO before the convention after |I with Poii-on Oak; I consider ni3'belf or.ivd.'and pro\v his continuous residence upon, and I .. AFFZTIT&S0VR Rev. T. B. Reams STOMACU, J'astorM.ETC.*X I I'I

: Committee has decioYd to withdraw till relating to'th clubs nuy be Lad upon the inn of Ilovey for the expresspnrjir.0 1 1.the use of ul>oqt one bottle of i cultivation of, said 111111.'iz.. S Church,Adaau,Ttan., wntes1

; I tike appointments in East and tfoulh Florid 1 application to the I'e\rell\l)'. All matters
I i until further notice nci-ountof the respecting campaign supplies including the! ':Slick Six' gang of Indianapolis to'' D. WATSON WINN. I John White of L.kt'\.icw. Fli. I moos your Liver Genuine Me.tic;?I..A.hate Sira-

on t buttons badges, and uniform of clubs. show their hands, they being under pledge I Hector Grace Church W;\croS$. Ga. i D. W Rrtehum. t '|tBa l' sotnetiires haJ ta substitute f #
4trcl quarantine regulaiions.Don't j, have been lemitted by the committee toi to mo for having influenced Posey countyto J. P. Hickle. .rr j "Ze-Un's stu2"for your Medictity5 i
I _ _ tho East Jndts'urn PAIntI1etnovs I cine, but i; don't acavrer the .
in the district I
the of the give deciding vote
i more appropriate management
I ; t*. C. TUCKEIi Rt'-i ter.I "
\ 55S purpose.
I all Corns, \ arts and: Uuuiuiif. I
lie both .sides of the same .
in favor
on Executive CommIttee the Association.All convention of Harrison delegatesto : I 'z1WLL Dr.J. R. Graves, Editor Tit '

: (UirMion. It looks very bad. How can a Democratic committees and com, Chicago which made the Indiana delegation -'i For-Rilioiisncc--- -take I NOTICE; raf PUBLICATION.LAND I Gaftut,MemphisTeun. say: i[ GLASSES-

1P ( man expect his friends to have copfidcncpjo. injtlee-mcD are earnestly requested to push, solid." 'errj,_ l\\fr Pilla, OFFICE GAI.VEgVILLE. FLA.. f JtctlictBi received, and hare of j cur haUnt Lives it. I PAT"lUtla f
I the organization of Democratic Judge Edson Is one of the most prominent -i '
:I. ISM ItwQrsJekea! I
July want no
; th judgment, if he changes his mind and the siYC'K HKAOACHH, and a sensation olami Mr. EL Rfrschb
popular Republicans iu Liver
s-jciclies or Democratic clul-s within their Notice is leerhy "ivtn tIe folloxvingnur.wj I better Re"iUtct and C.Tr erg
U : cveiv' time Jje nut-is a jifv man, Pon't respective jurisdictions The imporUuceot state.-Indianapolis Dispatch to "New oh't'm-e.sion du'lnes. in the h a.l, arevery I taial1 so more of Zeilia s cuztnre. | Thc xvell-knowM
,. prod tired by indigestion settler h\i tiled notice of hNiiiteiilitui ftnik'Un of 101. K
11 L tlo it. gentlemen, I such an adjunct to the regular organization \'or"orld : i!{, -j" >wlony.. Irritability I to ii..ike find pro[ in -upport of -- [r Fourth sir. (Limiter Vlasier house) &

-. i. cannot be overestimated and the Wash. '"uh- and over sensitiveness of he nerves may his cl.iim. and that said prof \\n\! lit made t, I.nis, ha.-* appointed .. L. GasklnadStarke
Last fuudny MRS fuur weeks since the : regular organization cannot be too aclixe A XViltwham Chinaman 1 in a uiajorikv eases be traced to the before Register and Receiver at Gainsville i iI [ as .teiit for his celebrated

lust caw of 'tllofC'fr iu Jacksonville, : or zealous in promolhg it. It should lie Stood polishing t>!tiru> in his ugly den aD dowu brown t'jwo sameiranse. l>r. J. II. McLean Lh.eralul Fl.i..on Sept.: 22. It 8. viz: Chester I iiuoud aIM Spectacles and Eyeglasses, ui -

pnd lt that r date there 91 j, remembered that the 'Deiuorr.ttic 4"1I' \\ ith iiaagljj.1 P'/taiJ anJ painstaking; rtctrk, Kidney Balm and Pillets 1 will posi Northrup. of Ukeview. f Ia., 11. l: 12213 iI !I ) for I/is" IMauimid Nont-bannlll
were cases Spectacles and
ikV were the first efficient urgunt5'1tiulI"o And here is the bong he hung at hIS work tiveliurt.). for the S. E. J sk-c. 25. Tl). 6 IL 23 E- I Keirla.vsps.: Thesew
.i: 59 ufcder treatment 12 deaths and $O dis: I; of the party under Jefferson the election lie trances the following witnesses toprove I FOR { es are the greatest invention ever IBS*
HaUsoaee! Molten, The most delicate ronstitution can safely ,in SifH-tacles. Ky H pon'rnetiit
I charges. Tbs; is rfrtatnly a mild type of ; of Jefferson in 1800, and the ascendancyt ,'lE'rna1a.eE' uve Dr. J. H. MeLoan's Tar Wine his continuous( u-MdeiK-e upon. and CUSES Wh
j.I the intich dreadeddu'se. ; f the Democratic party fur sixty: years Chined inaneeYhisiT cood m Lunc Balm; it Is a sure remedy for loss cultivation of, said lanI'ill, ; i in tic9b*j Syrap.Hold Vy fasten drniCTjtstA.good. U .I pair of t these NonHwiujMblc Gbusff

.- j I" was mainly the work of these societies; \ uc' of voiceoigli, and all throat ami lime I D. J Sileox Ionia. l- Ia. never I'ils to change II,. lasses trt t

.d The letter in the Timn-Unu-n by C. E. I 14hat the "open, popular club, in wi ich diseases. John While. Lakeview Fla. I the P-_. :u,d e\ery jiair '" -ed fltnaraii
men freely discuss their rights and duties, Katee: tnuche rat ooup. .
; I). W. Brigham, \ ; ee l. s/> that ii the ever leaTatt -
: M.. iKiided "A Serinqii (n Cowardice, i is Deinocialic Nice |mppc, and colds but II I believe
| pre-uninently l' pteticut.i Coughs come uninvited J. P. fickle PiSta's fine I eyes (no mailer h.xw mated or scratdsith
,i ;:. was entirely tinrnl' and was u"l ap i .ind is more reeded at this hour than ever Volly v. chinee cbeapee lir.e.Halisooee yon eau quickly pet rid of these with a S. TUCKER, Register.IN I I for Consumption saved }I ., I.ensft are' thev will fttrnnbltej

preciated our thinking people and har I! IK fore in the history the counlrv.j few dozes of fir. J. II. McLean's Tar mv life.-.. H. Dav.-Ki.L-. j I partyith H new pair of niassra Iretsfcluir

...!) niiidciniietl in the'crest i "WM H. B\ :'}. Molton Wine Lung Halm. CiRCUIT COURT 4th Editor Enquirer I-.i'r-l- I f. J. f. han a full aauwfcI
; terms. i Ch'n Nat Dem. C'tee. Hip Hlpee --.- Judicial Circuit Florida Bradford ton, N. C., April 23, 18S7. I ment and invi'es all who wish tonlist
2 Hut ,.. an cxplanatii.n, and reply apixrared I CALVIS *-. BRICK.i Chinet mADre p xl man, The rank amid! decaying vegetation ofregions Conntv.GEORGE I ihein*Ues of the great superiority *

in the -antpujtr n ft-v ua>* later whkh i, Ch'ii "III. Dem. Campaign I. Vioiolj- newly cleared orlirnh..r. exposed BROUGHAM( % these nici .es over any and aliotheraM*
to the "f ihe MIII, i is sure tn breed .
rays in
; I HCII\'el to give nV.uo' satisfaction to nil i, 'oum.Uuu. Whence battle donee, malaria. I>r. J. H, Mi-Lean' Chilis and fA'Jn.CHAPA ys"tUlIlp5it attachment ned Sum bv r .i UM. to tall an J, examine L-GASKINN.the sliW, .if.

- r ; ; injurrd u-rjijig?, \\c ill, Hot -o thety Ill",. : : - OUt We bloodee Chind.shirteo Fe\er t'nre, bv mild anti gentle netiun and JEOKGE CHAPMAN Sworn U> $lOai.tll l)ruiist ami UptidlsVOnly
The Mills Bill In Brief.Min will radically cure. 50euu. a bottle. il.ung bus>iar s under the PISOThe
il of ( the Milct' I A wnt for Starke. .
't ifl.flg any I : Quick wasboe.Wiltesbarre i, firma name and style the I -"s.
-- -- \' inquiries are made as to the \\ain \ Leader There are aetideutsand disease Joy Salt and Commission '
many '
? : I and BlrfkilicHr c.ichhaiu cll'nr I i winch the average rate of duty. and life which arlex't stock and eati,e serious i iot- Con ipanv. I _

I < any \elluw I\'l'r. It is very averse reduction e.f duty proposed 1"\ Hardly Sate.Mr. convenience and! 1 Im.s to the farlll"r in his .j, rPhe 1 fit-orpe de'endant Chapman Inivid and all H other Chapman persons and iu-I 'i LADIES p Snt'

'hotild 1 the Mills bill are estimated". Nothing can Williatn] M. Evarts Is going to be work which mnv Le quickly reineilied (.terest&l are hereby notified of the
: ttrange that people become MI'fttbily : >l'e *lll! stituted for au a'tuall'Xamir :lto"! lively in this campaign. He is announcedto by the use of 1)r.J. II Mel.e-n's Volcanic meat of the above suit by : \'Ommt'n'e-I BEST Cough Medicine Do bar Owa DJ'e.

j f : tiighteiud as 'to declare a case of I I of the chief provisions of the tariff and speak in New Jersey for the first time Oil Liniment. T .i the hereby declaration required filed to appear.therein bv plead the or demur to is Piso's CURE JOB They will dye tretytAingw They aMiold U* "*>'
1JtiittUS i i ftVci :U\'ul1e who will take the troubL to make CONSUMPTION. Children where. Price JOe. a packaf* Th. ACMSMiSJl:
yelloW for Yet it
as fe\\r and allow j; thirty years. is a little risky If with w&tk inflamed THIRD DAY Of SEPTEMBER A. D. 1W for rsuisiBl?
are suffering ia
you or take it Strength BriZbtn Amount
.. : -uch an examination will sec how carefully Mr. Evarts the same being:the first Monday said month objection.
t j to
as a
; the world to accept stump speaker. or far Futnna of Color noo-fadia QMOM'
the j granulated or
qiiaianiine again unfortunate eyes or eyelids, you all
|i the tills' bill has been framed ani rule day of this Court or judgment will betaken By druggists.: 26c, i
'lucv. TliciV should in Suppose he should get Into one of his can IKJ quickly cured liy using Dr. J. II. against them by default They da not crock_smut;40 gors. Twws'r.

a heavy i j I almost all its points to secure dieaj>er long sentences as a dinner hour was approaching McLean's Strengthening Ere Sdl,**. 25 L. B RHODES. -J. L. Ca ins. StarkeYAKEVIWcuTcI '

i : Hue ini'tOM-d upon .iiy board of health !,, necessities and cheaper raw materials or as an audience began to cents a lox, I Plain'te Atty. PI5O S CURE FOR -

tjjal \\ill dcolaic vellow fever here none witti extremely little disturbance to existing feel that the period for bedtime was not j I htrtbr certify that the foregoing is a correct CORES Wttli; All QS HU.
j I industries. lint few take THK quality af the blood dependsuiuthi copy of the original copy of notice of com ,
as can so far off. There would then be the risk On
j of
l'X'lStS mEn 'enwBt suit in above intitled
'I reaMy a$ wa the IUM? in each of cause now I
the trouble to satisfy! themselves of this that the sentence night not be finished upon good or bad digestion and on rile in my Om\ T.aa I..toia. LAKKT1CW.MWMa L'._
". the I\'t"lu1ml'J tv"'u., I I the brief rough statement that can be until the pangs of hunger or spell of sleep imiliiion; to make the blftnl rich in I Witness my hand and seal office May SSth IBS8 CON SUMPTION .K.1..a,"J'aIU--WMS-Pti SM C1 p
life and constituents [SULJ] H. F. Tssca.,I._
made in \\"lIrt1l11ust strei-gth-giving YORK. tbb- f
serve such had
on those
ci overcome before him. Boston I .
-' ;, Our use llr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening Clerk of the Circuit Court I A ...
Ir IIl,1111uthefit n have \\itlycotuludrd 'i Cl&si"ns.nd it is enough t. say that the Herald. u- aV ball,
I Cordial and Blood Purifier: it will flourish .TT.CIBIEX'rXOTIC" -&lr-T M '
: tofoatiouuthc use of disiafcct !I Mills bill makes the average rate of duty I the of the blood ESTRAYED. kvmltk. Srad --7 III
properties from .
1; &nand, have cwdx-queut1} given the i on dutiable l goods 42} per cent instead uf J I Indorses the Platform. which the elements vitality are der C. L. PecK. a Justice of the Peace, in and for CorsTT STATEor Fi/r-siD. ', b Cone., ..all?...w, _L. c aM*. '
t' II 47 per cent and that it places raw wool In conversation on shipboard en route ived. $1 bottle. Bradford County Florida. haviur made returns To lUciuao or BJUL&FOKD. Corwr
Lily u {?Kjd spriuklinj; 'Ir t-irbolic, acid. raw flax hemp and jute. lumber, salt tinplate to the glorious land of prosperity.. Mr. per to the U..dE'Mgned that P. P. Wynn hat takenup You are hereby CKOSBT notified: that Writ FLORIDA.Blanton&Hayn.-w.

I : It is vm isseiitul thtt the \\urk uf sinjtatiun I certain chemicals and a few other Blaine .thought there was too much fuss TAKE one of lr..J. II. Mo Lean's little at hit residence in aid Countv.'the following meat has beigi sued aeainrt a you of and Attach-

I .u uld cuiitii-ue and nc 61th be unimportant articles! un the free list. This made about the surplus." He mentioned Liver and Kidney Pilletsat nijth before described square and cattle under-bit to-wit: in One one cow ear marked and swallow-upper L.Property attached to satisfy the deman4 or.JohO your "

b ; t ullo\\fd remain gives us fair a statement of the proposed three great canal jobs the'undertakingof 'ou go to bed and you will be surprised tort and under-bit in the other. branded C. J. Xow GaskiQI unless amounting 10 ,
txpOM-d to the tun. tariff reduction as am be made in a few I which by the national government how bovaul and vigorous you will feel Color read and white; about 9 years old. Richard County you Judge iD aDd appear-'or before 3. R.
Our reputation us the hcallule& town iu woitK "would be simply a good investment of I the next day. Only i5 cents a vial. brand.C-nr black heifer one year old. JCa mark or at his om.c.e, at the COurt House ill IINd the Town County of.

i the Slate ninui t miied. At th 'pfv&eut time. the money." No doubt-for the contractors I THE'Lileof the flesh is the blood One bull calf six months old. No mark or Starke noon. .OD In said the County 6&.h at 10 o'clock in the rON-
day o-r KOYfBIbw.r
r and lltihiis. Mr. Blaine brand. Color black and white. A.D.1.
we intiiunrd: lhat'there is not a single thereof" blood means a healthy judgmenC will be rendered against
Wool and Ilidea.1lic16' pure otice is you,&ad
shows hereby given, that unless the you
no disposition to write that plankof owneror property old to the
fax of sickness in the city that is at all the free functional activity and this hears withit owners of the above described cattle comes pay dibt.
I weie put ou list and bv the Republican platform which favors the certainty'of quick restoration forward and makes proof o-ownership Dated this G'd day of August A. D.l888.

:. ciitiral. Keep on vitlj; the disinfecting a Republican Congress. The COD&'qUP1K't the spending of the surplus.-New York from sickness or accident Dr. J. H. charges within the time prescribed by law."ays that 8"lt JOHX L.Oasiu I

; t* and the Mavengerigon.. gentlemen and was a rapid development ot the leatherttianufaeturiug I World. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and they made will and be provided advertised by and sold. as in such cases Plaintiff.Ar .I, *
industry to tho benefit of
you will have the IlrlU<% and prayers of u the whole country. In Kansas, the cattle A Cue for the Country Blood Purifier give pure rich blood .J i Witness my hand and seal of office at
: ; and vitalizes and strengthens the whole] Starke, Florida August Ittn 1883. -
th.tnkful comuiunitv: outside of dairy stock numbered iu Isn't it about time that some one besides body f 1.00, per bottle. aLivE H. F. TOM.

March 1sS.. 1.56S.62S, and were valued at president took congress to task CTk COt Court. t!

J The idea of not Jiaviug a free term of 31.372.560. The returns do not state the for its looseness in passing pension bills will acquire new zest, and cheerfulness I
alue of the bide of a steer or a cow either It is simply a shame that the president return if you will'impel your NOTICE.

,t ( r I school liS provided by Uw, is a matter before or since the abolition of duties but should be compelled to Interpose EO oftento liver and kidneys to the t.-erformance cf I Cix weeks after date. I will apply to the Hon. I )ealers in- I
L that can hardly be understood by many olour f I itis probable that the hides of a \'t. r's I correct unjust legislation. Whatever their (function Dr. J. II. McLean's 'Joseph R. .'. County Judge of the 'I
c Liver and Kidney Count of Bradford.
Bum will State of
citizens and i : worth than the be the difference of opinion stimulate I Florida for letters
< just a subject for slaughtering are more \\0011 may as regards them to ht"-\1'hfull&l"tioll. $1 h'tle. of Admistration on the estate of N. G. S.
p couMdt-ration.i AU eople >\ho are notable clip of a \. If so, the abolition a few of the bills of the great ma. per r Bergenskoki, Ute of the County of Bradford r > '.
\ .. duty on hides was a greater injury to the jority of them there is not the slightest brace Up. decease.I.July I I.* tt. q.
; to high prices to edqcate their I 13 :- S. ANDREW I prpmboaoraMt* -
I pal farmers than the abolition of wool dut'ef question on any hand that they should You are reeling depressed l, Tour appe. j 1 l FLOREtS thaa
: pbildien bail with delight the public frey can be. Like wool hides are au incident never have been enacted.*- Boston titn is poor you are i-otbereil with 13y aM'tie&Uoaa. aa.J &lSsSft_ GENERAL MERCH j

: term; but when U does not prove to be and not the chief valu-j of the animal. Headache. :you are lulgrtty, nervous, and BILL FOR DIVORCE.ix I J tries Ari Wss ot tei.( ;

free after all. then they luust allow their What applies to one applies to the other, 1 Herald.So generally out of sort.1!. and want to braec : ciBcrrr cormr rorxTH J1'DICUL 'or paCe.a coetillG.0"...t,'Md..'...aoI
.- ;111it is strange that Kansas Congressmen They SaW la 'M.I up. Brae up, MU not with stimulants BRADFORD COCSTT. rwgw.HaaPaaaz & .etc. ,.r tl. V&M4 S evwridn. aa40

j *5, children to grow upjju; i :nnrauce. The nod our Republican correspondent, are I It has been announced authoritatively spring medicines or bitters which have j I. BilJ DISTaICT'j GermanJ'.and c-teata aU Oten ill .. !ngla.t, Prsae.,,... .

-e.I_ *fr appropriation, shounl l c sufficient to pay i not shouting and pleading for prohibitive that if Mr. Harrison should be elected to :. for their basis very (cheap bud whisky RAsar&T\ ;:: is uDequaied and 'acJ.litiM Theirsxps a.aaz... .. ,-
: free else the j duties on hides.-Kansas City Time. the presidency Mr. Elaine would be secretary and which stimulate you for au hourjand I ncrillP aDd .ci5eatjo. 0."
for a term or It made
deficiency then leave you in worse condition *J bring to appear to this Court that the Ia tho Patnl"6,. prp.d aa4 114 -l
of As the 011 sbori .
,,._ state. foremost man ia ; rrikletK*of the del *.t in the above T.o".bllL .
I pI; should be paid by hue clt.rlr j than efore.t What entitled Ch3Z5
by ptivate von want jaan altera. l-nlUltlaaUoaor
% ji his party the premiership would properly cause is uot known it N therefore ordered ad-1' dzwi.5, 4'r\C. _. 04sJ$
funds. A free Si-Iuxn >hoult be alis IutehJrve. i, The Two Key >ote., fall into Mr. Elaine's hands. None the live that will purify your blood start I jjudgHland, : decreed that the said defendant be lathe hin.4'antb .".AOo..aN..u..t f' 1
; healthy action of Liver and Kipnevs A be lot hereby required to answer or demur SCU,, 'TI. -.RICA.''__
The Republican key ote, as suppliedt less Mr. Elaine's ascendency will be a I I the Iary 'C1 .
-& I restore your vitality and give l ta the bill of the OOI plainanC'1I motion filed is Ia fi9Ge' sa..tiai
I'. by Mr. Blaine, says the New York WorUl, disquieting consideration for thousands of health and atrftiigib. SuCh a medicii renew you e the an* day of October A. D. 1968.and it b far on i. .wup&per of,.1"an4.xa P'l'bI--.t ta Hampton, .
i a
; is that wages can be voted up Uf voted conservative voters. The country does will find in Electric Bitters and I I ther ordered that a copy of this notice shall be -.n.ada. .0CIct0 akq
of raisin* only I in the Bradford n Iarp and .
The the published :
question County TEUG. .
quarantine dawn "The of American not trust him.-Philadc1phb. Record. 50 wi .v IUJMI"rj iHkHs .au .
4 wages labor cents a battle at J. 1. Gaskins Drug I I a newspaper published in Bradford tVciy& .
i r County Flal I. .xMitt.d ,.ad.
floRa this county UipiiuM Jacksonville II he proclaims: 'cnnnot be reduced except a once each week *>r four oonaecuUre we,-k.prior ascbaaca.140 t. tbe"iMllIQ d. to I

$ I. : r lau caused no little agitation: urton our with the consent and the votes of the The question that disturbs the minds of to the said day. and that a copy of aid order he depana savssii&S .f.\-.s. .
V American laborer himself." AICIN.RATO_ also poKUd Mine door of the Court Hoi t a the l i.b.4 1I an COQDtr-. acIuUWII '
r V: 5trttts this w x-k. We mnn<.t appnciatcnx the Republican leaders is how to manage .an CODSeqIJeDaa l said Cuncty, an NM.--&lIeS!tt .of OIIMatbe--- H- .I t
I There is not an intelligent \'orkin:1I18nin the Elaine- apotheosis EO that it S\ cot 7.q--U.aacl I|I. H. F. Toaa, Meta ... Try i' fonp every month ia..toa. : .
"0 doUu
cxniM 5014 ..
k live llmt have hulucetl tLt- b7 11 .
htic the United States but knows this 'uw f l"body Nw,. I .sea1ton. :
< turn be ,
iridiciilt out to a Harrisca er'jpss -Philadelphia 5.8 h"a_ I.v... & PEEK & Futrrc. CI"k: Circuit (Ttj II you hsv, all i..Li. I '
;. i in"ul.eli'f1 ,.! H 1'l'Ili"n: la favor of rair us nonsense. TLe ware <-f An- .. -ti.orit.d r..canti". .A j OompV Solk-itors. By X. D. Wainright. X... {. >obl..trers o. Soio'Ctio k \ 'wTt 5 :
frS.B RJOL 00.: Bcq" .PutioI. I J I,putyCl.rk. IQ Brood.,.S." Vork. AaR&adbuo t '
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i Lemons Lemons, Lemons! Just received Hampton Cleanings. I 'L
BRBFOftDICOUkYTELEGHftPH.\! at Walter Will. We all feel at home again as the fever ---FU-RNITURE

scare has vanished and everything quiet
-- ----- Fine Stock of Confectionery just receIved again.

Clarke Fla., Aug. 81,1888.ANNOUNCEMENTS. at Walter Will. (
: There has been a few refreshing showers J I .
;: (t is fumored that a rirst-cla wedding! Ins week and our industrious population [) ) .

)* I 16 coming off befoie long. heir are strawberry turning plants things around set and, garden getting Jo \ FOR CASH OR ON INSTALLMENT.

For Cleric of Circuit ourt.I G.: W. Parish&Co. have opened a mar- secd planted. A ;

announce candidatefor ket in the Among our late t agreeable the
hereby myself n Holllpgaworlh building. surprises
I **_ ___ <.\ was the Mirival of our genial friend, Mr. Stock!
the office o of the Circuit Court Largest
I Our quarantine camps at ilaxville have T. F. McCal', on Sunday morning. Mr. ant
for Bradford |Co inty. and respectfully about 20 refugees but no sickness. ) is mail clerk from Leesburg to Astor
,;illicit the suffrage of my fellow-citizens i. and ranks high with the Department. His was ii
ensuingtelecllon. Mr. T. F. McCall. mail agent paid the Family resides here. and
fl the And easiest terms in the City.
Very llespeclfully. city a visit on Wednesday this week.. i Mr. J. Allen has started a singing classat :
the Christian church. This is
II. F. YonK.f The town is another a good
getting thorough
chance to learn music, as Mr Allen Is '
candidate cleaning. Let the good work continue. I proficient in this branch.It .
hereby announce myself a .0."T.. BLANKENBURtt ,_
(or the office (*f Clerk of the Court of Miss Emma Hogun! ie expected to return is hoped that all our Sunday school at ,
pupils who can, will attend the
county. end respectfully solicit to Starke about County to
Bradford on or September 1st. Convention at Hope Church on the 4th

the suffrage ot| my fellow-citizens at the Mr. Thebeaut, formerly station agent of of September, as a good time is expected.- ter STARKE FLORIDA.

ensuing election. Very Respectf), this place, is in the quarantine camps at We hope that the quarantine will soon
W. T. WEEKS. be raised from Jacksonville
aa we are
Moxvillc. GASK1XS IUUCK 1J1 C&.
-{ getting hungry and there is not much by

ForCounty: Judge. Mr. F. J. Field and force are at Lawteythis chance to gel rations from any other -- -. .. ... ----- ..
announce that I nm a candidate source. of
I hereby week, putting a coat of plaster on the
for the oflce of County'Judge. school house. If any of our friends have a surplus of GARDINER PACE
Respectfully. strawberry plants, we would like for themto Pure. AND
drop us a lint, as there is demand
;! J. R. RICHAKD.por Our tobacco merchants arc realizing a here. a great -

big trade. It Is said tbat smoking will varies. A marve
4 Sheriff. keep off yellow fever. keted.Cotton is now being picked and mar- of the and wholesomeness STAKKE, Bradford County, Florida
than the
I hereby announce myself candidate
Mrs. F. B. Jones has been her Messrs. Blanton & Haynes iiave Just be sold in competition
Sheriff of Bradford having the
office county -
for the pf of low test, short
l1_ '!nd respectfully solicit the suffrage of hotel repainted inside and otherwise fixed goods opened and up notions the largest that assortment has ever of been dry of. phosphate powders, REAL ESTATE AGENTS.

4 my fellow citizens at the ensuing election. up for next winter's travel. brought to this place. Will be glad to see Royal..N Y.Raking Pow

Very Respectfully; Saturday was a busy day in the city their friends, as heretofore.
HENRY W. EPPKHSON. The farmers are beginning to come to REPORTER. COLLEGE

the solicitations't- of friends I town more and trade Is picking up. .; Sunnyside Siftingt. the
We are having fine autumn weather. upi FLA.
hereby announce myself as a candidatefor W. H. Taylor and Geo. Adams are Cotton
picking is the order of the day; *
the officej-of; Sheriff of Bradford county building a nice house for C. L. Peek at the prospects are good for a large crop. .

at the coming election, and respectfully hisdrained land on Sampson Lake. On account of the fever in Jacksonville OF 1888-9. IMPROVED FARMS, ?

solicit;: the suffrage of my fellow- the mills there refuse to receive any more ly
There is a certain young man in this logs, thus causing the log men here to be Monday Sept.
citizens. 2
town who says the preacher reads him a idle. We hope that this dreadful fever to 1888. WILD LANDS.
.. lecture every time he goes to church. will soon stop.
For: Tax Collector. Our orange crop will be better than we : 1.50,2,3' and --
1 hereby announce myself a candidate $10OQO worth of property changed expected; a great deal of fruit can now be Dollars. 1,000,000 Acres of land belonging to the FLORIDA
hands last week nt this place. How it seen and the trees look well and have a in
for election to the office of Tax Collector SOUTHERN KAILWAY CO., distributed throughout the staLe, *!**
that for dull times and yellow fever scare? healthy growth. due at THE END
of Bradford county and respect- There ia not yet any strawberry plants and Patrons extending southward from the south boundary of Georgia i to Fort Ifarrell,
solicit The system ought not to be is
fully the support of my fellow- quarantine

cilizena.: 1 condemned besause some officer overdoes, set.Little Mattie Jones is quite ill at her for will to settle begin Promptly.the First in 'Monroe counak

| Respectfully, or some other one is neglectful of Lis I father's home. We hope she may soon re- !
M. M. HALE.For duty. cover. and will be Liberal? Terms and Special Inducements are offered: to
} }4 to
County Pupils.
1 Rev. W, F. Malphurs preached a \
Tax Assessor.I M l lira. Young fe Knight request ua to j interesting sermon here last Sabbath to a is offered to BONA FIDE SETTLERS.

hereby Announce myself as a candidate say that they will sorely have their cot- large congregation.The a good BUSINESS ; -

for election to the office af Tax Assessor ton gins ready to gin the coming cotton Sunday School Convention meets at a Nominal Cost. 350,000( icl'cS of Williams anil Swami's land and lands ol
of Bradford county, at the ensuing crop. here on the 4th of September. We hopeto apply to
antl solicit the see all schools well represented and a DENTON A. BPRINCIP'AL. Sam'l A. Swann; situate on both sides of the Florida Railway' and Naviga-
election. respectfully sup- Col Frazee, Col. Peek, M. L. Johns good time for everybody.D. .

poii of my ellow-citizens. and others, camped on the lakes Wednes- L. Phillips has a fine 11-pound girlat can ( s line o&Railroad between Fernandinam the Atlantic coast, and

Respectfully, day night. Amusements: alligators and his house and that is the reason he Cedar Keys, one he Gulf of :Mexico.
J. E. WAINRIOUT. could not attend preaching last Sunday. INSTITUTE. .
fishing. _ _ -
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--r Rev. W.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate All the business houses now cose! at 7 L. Kickhter was down this OF 188889. .
last Monday and '
WilY paid your corres- IMPROVED FARMS
for His office of Tax Assessor, and Monday, September ORffGE GROVES and
o'clock, sun time, promptly. Our "gents pondent a visit. Come again. Brother K. the 1888.

tolicit the suffrage of my fellow-citizens of leisure" hardly know what to do after Before we close we must say something 1 A SPECIALTY
itt the next election. supper. about politics. We have a good Tax Assessor a j I
Yeiy Respectfully % good Clerk of the Court, a good I)., M. D.. (Univeni I
HI. II. MARKET. Mr. Ed. Wills and Miss Florida Nor- Sheriff. We can't do better. When we Stra burg.) Principal Send forldiscriptive pamphlet maps etc. When making ap

'-- man were married last week by 'Squire. gel a good horse, work him. This is just of Ancient aud Modern vlication forands:\ whether to the principal or agents PLEA S&
< how 1 stand. 'No. 7. the
Treasurer. .
For County
Ptlek. Long life and prosperity to the i JR.
I announce myself as H candidate for DIED.
happyouple! the I ) of Mathematics and
rc- lecuon to the office of County Treas- At the residence of his brotherinlaw March 9 188'i tf

uier of Bradford County at the ensuing Mr. J. C. Beck, jr., of Lakeview, paid A. G. Saxraan, in Latrobe, Pa., : WESPY. Principal of f -.

election\ and earnestly solicit the supportof our office a pleasant call last week. Mr. Mr. Beattie McCloy, aged 36 years, ; j,2.) ZKovsi\r" ] C.J
\ WSQN. Instructress is .
Beck speaks encouragingly of the !
my fellow-citizens. very of consumption. Mr. l\IcCloyaud I \ I 't {" '

J. W. KKLLDM. prospects of Lakeview.The wife pent last winter in this city ple, .\ } ;

; : Presbyterian choir of this city is as He was much improved in health the t
:For Superintendent of : Through
Instruction. well trained as will be found in larger here, until near the end of his stay, Arithmetic through -

1 candidate for the towns than Starke. It is a real pleasure when he failed rapidly, and at the : >fISfns in Geography. ; .
announce myself a I
who << P1i i ; "
office of Superintendent of Schools in to litten: to their singing. time he left it was not thought he to S. DEP'T Arith. ; e flry J t I, / ,(; ": ,.o I fd 8 PIO' lie S
History, Grammar
would live to reach Pennsylvania.He and -' .l '" _.... lit )
and ask the
Bradford County,
patronage The shafting of the new saw mill was Geography. ,, .
arrived in Latrobe
the llth of
cf the people in he coming election. : DEPT;
turned in Jacksonville and
improperly June and seemed to be ; '. Arithmetic .
getting along Algebra,
had to te sent to Orlando. This will delay nicely, until about a week before he | ics, Physiology. Latin

I announce myself as a candidate for matters several days died. He was conscious to the last i:7 Literature. Grammar, STARKK, .., FLA..

the office of Superintendent of Public instruction Several passengers for New Yoik via and bid his friends god-bye :and LATE DEP'T: Sub-divid .

for tue county of Bradford at Feruandma from South Florida, were told them he had no fear of death.A either of which may .

the ensuing election and solicit the sup- turned back this week and Blade to serve wife and one child arc left to the' of student;
/ COURSE: Latin Greek, omcsfic una If : Q9oo s
port of my fellow-citizens. out a ten days' quarantine. mourn their loss. Elocution Composi EWOJ C1 ,
At the Senatorial convention Held at
List of persons drawn to serve as : <<
I hereby announce myself a candidate MacClenny on the 2tilh, W. A. Drake Grand and Petit Jurors at Fall Logarithms: Advanced and Trigo Al- White; Goods LaeeJl HIUI..17j

for the office: of !Superintendent: of Public was nominated to represent Baker and Term of Circuit A. I). 1888. Geiman. French Book .

Instruction for Bradford County, and Clay counties in the next Senate. GRAND JURORS: Elocution, Composi

solicit the support of my fellow-citizens at Mr. Benj. F. Slmmonds, jr., assistant I I J. M. Murrhee, D. J.Hardin, J. :E. so ; GENT'S AD BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND

the coming. election. in the Institute, anived in the city Wednesday Perry, J. R. Johns, E. II. Hall, Jes- : PER MONTH: : FINE CLOTHING.

JOSEPH L. HILL. from Vermont. He is on hand sie Reddish, 'V. H. Andrews, Lewis meat.$2.50. $2.00.Sub-Collegiate Interme-,

For Member of School Board. ready for the opening of the school. Futch, T. J. Dekle, A. E. Moitt, B. be 50. Collegiate Depart- -b.------- .- .- -- ..

II. Alden, J. A. Cason, J. G. Hitch, 10 lessons per month, THE BIJU
I candidatefor and MEN'SFine
hereby.anoounce myself a School meeting to-night at the Institute .
W. R. Alderman P. H. Harris
a Member of School Board of Bradford building. Ladies especially invited. 7:30. ( the school receives
Fouts, 'V.T.. Matthews, R. A. a L Von KIRN Calf! Alligator
County, and respectfully soliclt'the8uffrllge Don't fail to come out and then complainat : count}'. $1 per
of fello A--citizens at the Clyatt. I 1 deducted from the rules
my ensuing action taken by the meeting.Mrs. .
ICagrno Hind
PETIT JURORS: I Other reductions are fctwiShoes
election. Very Respectfully, Carolina Kleinschmidt and Miss F. H. Douglas, jr., D. L. Alvarez, will granted, except in : '
Amelia Kleinschmidt left on yesteiday J.Y.. Bloodsworth, John R. VV51- sending as many as I ; made Ie, order ( ....
children. Bills be .
--- will
morning's train for Hahway,N. J., where Hams, 'Y m. Varnes, C. Newsome, of month, and are expect I

CITY NEWS.GKAI I they expect to make their future home. Davis Cason, M. J. Smith, Berry I i promptly. Pupils enter $4.0"A.: Also Complete JJae or....
Thomas, Ehsha Kit>, l'. V Anderson tine (> school month haa coin :
Kites, kite strings and kite tails are ( ,
J.V.. Andrews, Thos. Fielder, ; it before the month h I Women
For the campaign take the TEUS- hanging from houses alt over town. The P. A. Crosby, Henry Hoehle, W. O. will '. in full for that : -)Misses_ boys asp

:'Three months for 25 cents. small boy is happy, while the ingenious Clyatt, J. II. Ritch, John Dyall. ers DI. F. WESPY Principal., : .. Children .
uoe com and
man is worried by the demand for more !I FLORIDA
A fine'line of fertilizer constantly .
kites. A hand of Brothers.>. ed I ESTATE. *
on hand by Truby, Steruburg & Co. If Mr. Harrison as senator, had twenty- : 'cc them
Lawtey protests against the county ... ;
) :' P. PRATT: C' E.JL .
eight of his relatives some of them unrepentant -. '. __ __ _
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A few a sewing machines will be quarantine, for what reason we are unableto rebels, taken into government

sold cheap by Truby, Sternburg & say. We certainly cannot believe that employment, how many would he fastenon PRATT.
('0. more than. a few can possibly have such tho pay rolls if he were president!
Bear in mind the fact that he has a great best .
ideas. to. \! Gro\ I
many relatives.-Troy (N. Y.) Press. -
Hay by the car load *1.15 per School commences in both schools next Do I [ : A full Him of SCHOOl. BOCKS, -
hundred at Trnby., Sternbug & iJIIJe/,
Monday. It is to be hoped that a full attendance Tb Senatorial Iceberg [ : recently adopted<< by the School

Co. will be present the first day. A Senator It is reported Edmunds that will John both take Sherman the stomp and I I in any- -part .t,, ; Hoard. Also the Reed and Kellogg

Uats! Hats!! Hats!!! See Truby, good education is the best thing you can for Harrison. It is evidently the purposeof FLORIDA. -- : : Grammar which will be o'd at in.

Sternbur & Co.'s mammoth dis leave your children.We the Republicans to sweep the country : ) ON IMPROVED : troductory price Old Grammar;
by arousing a popular and irresistible entnusiasm. :
play. are informed that the Macon and .-Chicago: Herald.No PRO PEIITY. I taken in exchange, also School Sup '

Five pounds of good Rio coffee Florida R R. will be built through Flor- afore Hayes in the White' Heoe. :, Surve3'lug, 1 plier. At MORGAN'S BAZAAR .
ida by Feb. 1st. This railroad will
for one dollar, at Trnby, Sternburg pass Harrison's outlook grows blacker every ,' .1g. : the STATIONERY and NEWS DEPOT.
& Co.',. through the county touching Lake Butler day. Were he not so like Hayes in agreat 4
and Hampton. many respects his candidacy would of SPRING, FLORIDA. I i
I awaken pity. But we have had all we had
Truby & Co. offer
Sternburg are Mayor Witkovski says that after Mon- want of platitudinous pietism in the

log genuine bargains in every department day the hogs must go. They have had.., White House, and when Harrison's prototype the I Box 1C ,
sneaked out of it the door was Lithograhic Views of
freedom now for 3 weeks and ought to be \\
closed permanently against that sort of will be sent on ap
able to stand confinement while. We had .
Another large invoice of dry goods a person.-Brooklyn Citizen. ( .Solicited. STIRKE CARRIAGE FACTORY.

received this week at Truby, Stern- hope this order will be strictly enforced. They Are Warming- Up. SALE.

burg & ( o.'s. Prof. a .
Wespy's lecture last Friday nightwas
I In nearly every state where elections Building Lots ,
well attended by the citizens in fact have been held during the past year Dem I.
30 City Lots for sale cheap the seating capacity was crowded, and ocratio gains Lave been recorded. This is I Kimrsley Lake, onl) Made To Order
Centrally located. Apply to N. J. nothing more nor less than a vote of confidence ago
Jones were obliged to remain standing.The walk to Ionia P.O.,
Starke, Fla. in the national administration. In \
lecture itself was a treat that was
Iowa at the local elections large Demo- and Church. These
Another car of Ideal and President highly appreciated. cratic gains were made. This is true also Plows Made To Order ..

flour received by Tmby, Stern- Messrs.\ Farmer and Kierulff expect to of Michigan. Cleveland Plain Dealer. the feet front and 3Oil feet I .

burg & Co. this week. lumber in the week.It America 1 rleared and set to rl nil
open a yard city next BepobUcaa Politic for Young <<

The first solid carload of nails will be located near the railroad, back A Is la for for Blame Alter, who whose bought withdrawal up a boom.B .room. : i is a bargain and will Repairing at all kinds done neatly. and, with dispatck

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that ever came to this county wasreceived of Jack Williams' cabin. Everything O the Convention, which mad*a great break.D ing
by Truby, Sternburg & Co.a the bui'ding line will bo sold at reasona- U Depew, who got none of tae cake.E ) !! ) for a fexvt eeks. HORSE-SHOEING BLACK-SMITHING
waster Eels delegate*from the south.F ,
few days ble prices. Joe will have about) this
ago. Wynn chargeof te Foraker, who U troubled with mouth. i ') humliiti!;

SUbscri\\>ers are warned lo look wit for the yard_ _ 0 H1 is*the for Graham Harrison they doomed easily to beat.defeat. lint a clear( tas: of All kinds' of Iron and Wood Work soliecid.

.1 IbeX mans on the margin or wrapper ofIbeir It is said that some of thost; who agreed 1 is for Ingalls. who wanted it bad.J 15Q lot .
only ?
. papers. It means that your subscrip tu assist in building the "Miner" canal was the Jubilee the Chinamen bad. i L '
; K WM the Knife the Blame men displayed.L *?
lion pecttd.has -pirod and..'a- reinitUnce is X- have failed to bow> up the cash, and that U for Lincoln, who ran away dismayed.H .. '. Address care of If you wait 1 a Buggy, Wagoi, Buckboard, Surrey, Phaeton" '
te for whose te needed.N
Morton money
Mr. Miner is out of pocket several hun flirt 11111' immforunat ion.
te Elaine' No. which they shouldn't bays
t One dollar will buy a 200-lb. sack dred dollars. This canal is really worth heeded.O KEENE or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a Band-wagon _

t:: of-Livefpool salt at Trubv Stern- its cost to the town. and it would be but Is the Office long sought by these cranks. .
P ia the Platform,made of planks.Q .
. burg & 'o.'s.' right for the Council to help pay its cost. I is the Quarrels of factions up contending.B queer Dress Goods I I can sUPllt *you I:. want on short notice.Carrie .
I te the Ruin that te later impending. the ;
Caught: Him. An exchange says that in the last eight B te for Sherman, whose boom atcays bunts. ) GLOVES. PARASOLS
I hue '".&:' ed the full name and address<'; years the following figures indicate the T te the Tariff in favor of trusts. Zephyrs antl all kinds I Manufacturing A Specialty.LLLOFJT1 .
the, P&rty yfco hM bewi riding and driving my increase of population in the several states U te the Union they wish to rule OTCT. &c. material for .
IOI'Ft at th8 dead hours of night. On TuyJay; mentioned: Flonda about 40 per ceaL; V te the TotM that they need to beat Ororer. .
niKM W,the Workman with taffy they tease Uo/Tc. I
they ltned to i.iltO Louisiana, about 27 cent. Arkansas CIJ |
get him,but did not per ; X,Xpianatioos about the Ch1-. J '
. lo\'enp. It win Dot be long before their ad. I about 50 per cent.; Colorado about 68 per Y te the Yams they already are spinning. ) to orvler I dtarAeRla.
, c1 ret$ wm**-"Coumy Jail care of Sheriff Ep- :I cent.; Texas about 70 percent.; Minnesota Z te for Zero, their chances of winning. ,, Bar j>t.. Cor. Laura, J ,
J1trson. 0, l1'IIIUt 80 per cent. -Sifl Franckco J'tilniz. .. -.. .

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; !: commend you, this morning t the -warm I COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE. A Holiday for' the "Wife.- = : ; UNCOVERE9.fEgaeituswmass.**"?

.; heart earnest, practical, common sense Give your wife a vacation. She need, tI7ea. b..p, ,
of the Lord Jesus Chrit There What This Phrase Means When Used I one. Little cares are harder to bear than MI""i*fMtfT
: is no saith God wicked Connection with the Lower House. greater responsibilities, and she has many
peace, my b.iTSoSe w ,
I and a long as you continue in your sin After the general debate had ended more cares than her husband and some- A Su .morModiino" tIitwkIck Cfus ..a4 ipesebasd w5aD' ,*,qI ,,

i you will be miserable. Come t Christ on the Tariff bill, a proposition was tines as great responsibites A wom .of Dt11110P.fd.USN
Make Him your portion, and an's work is never done; lire old tkragli fmu.TbUDtowtw fc,
> to strt by the member of the House of iMdlDCpnblUbtn, bookalIwe,
Heaven. and you will be a happy man- mae has increased and intensified it Cares L.ctaT of s..*.
4. will be Representatives who had charge of tho faster than conveniences.. La th..ta.datdApId.Vbst..7.1 Va
you a happy woman. have multiplied .r's' awaits .11 wba .su
Yet my friends, notwithstanding all measure, t some of the Republican Life is more complex, its demands are tmq..In twfllk.ep ot.4 g51

inducement t a spirit of contentment leaders, t dispense with the cnsider greater and more numerous, society more iklef MMdyarnm.that en .sal.great WbUC bazgrIas.q5 Htmftn
lb this the Who needs a vacation if she t* pat btfoniU.4rtU Apnt.m.k.aseay
you morning exacting.
t tion of the bill "in committee .on the mk moMIranling nrr .,,
human race Is divided into two classes- does not! And she can not get it at home. .r Ira Iboaunil rfalun jot.ARkat..sIl.
those who scold and those who get scolded. whole. The more quiet and rcstf l the home is t 7.wt5etafswbk
IoMa tffiplny .g.oWf thou. whi
: The carpenter wants t be any thing but Perhaps some of the readers do not you, the more evidence that it is a care, i awk trlff --|-"r- ** -* IUM_

of carpenter, and the mason any thing but a know what i meant by this phrase, or not a burden, to her. A housekeeper can Summer's heat imitates:: both |toryftt.aMd by ibis ail("fonnitiiro tnitltt*Arm rttt*.a.'l 4 rw MM tk *Z

mason, and tho banker any thing but a if they do know, they may not be awarewhat no more take a vacation in her home than ;rd igeut'. Owrl.OWtwli, nMM.K.. Story I w
will Iq i
body brine InfonutMfuulf
and ] Headache you fl
banker, and the lawyer any thing but a is the object of "going into committee a merchant in his countngroom.Even nerves wllltbreurli it lIdpre
; : lawyer, and the minister any thing but a though her absence Sleeplessness, NeiVrvous ead.t. lb.VV7 be., area'i In'wOea.t.r,
: minister, and everybody would be happyif ," as it i called, on a bill. The enc, give an occasional vacation.-United Prostraijf| and a 1.n.I AUI&IQAA and a4dr Loasra prtn '4 1*ti. ,

he were only somebody else. Tho committee of the whole is exectly what Prabvtertan. "all-played-out" ,eI.ftiofl prove, V3AJU taw r ria MT ?*

anemone wants to bo a sunflower, and the term Its membership is --t. .- PAISK'S CELtf.JCox lrUN
-, the apple orchards throw down their the same suggsts. tho assembly. The A VERY young child knows tho differ should used This modi- '
blossoms because they are not tall and b non ;
: I sa and the scow wants to be a cedars, British House of Commons calls the ence between beinA. laughed laugh with with cine restores health tiNcrlTCS, :
committee committee of the whole being laughed you I Livcrnd DoWels 4
the LTRI.&T
sloop would like to be seventy-four i It Kidneys
him pleasure.
child give
I It pounder and parents have the worst children House." In the United States Houseof you laugh you at a child, you arousehis and Imparts! liflM energy tT4ve frith: moa treate Dnvv.indiu

I : that ever were, and every body has Representatives it is usually termed indignation. feels that childas to the heat prcstiulcd sjstem Die "onderul.|

H I the greatest misfortune, and every thing,' "a committee of the whole on the state he is he is entitled to be recognized In Vacationsorno vacations,PAiirrdCELEBY V gtelTt.p I ''noMS

is upside down or going to be. Ah! my of tho Union." The Senate considers his 'personality, and to have his feelings CoMrousixi// the roedl led pn'"lcan.,rrom tr 2 9
make advance
t S through such you a never spirit as any You cannot bills "as in the committee ot the considered with due deferenco.he is If youdeny cine for this season.'sft i is I scientific iwo-iblrtti WumbngWttbOukfl0WIJ1authmembEr ofall., Vcr1
that likelyto
S a child his rights so far,
fret yourself fret whole but its is combination .of the best J 4O U yOU notbinLie t !
up; you may yourself system slightly differ assert his on your and to for
I down. Amid all this grating of tonesI cam respect those wljuse it begin outteatmt J01lselt.Wear
ent from that of the other House of Indicate his respect you in your tonic and I ,: strike this string of the Gospel harp: Congress. practical denial of his rights.-S. S. Tim. the hot summer da fe with clear .,oumbrottlm'md thep&u

e 4% : "Godliness with contentment is great __ fierves, and JAW long -
t V. beads strong ItGI
When the House of V .
V gain. We brought nothing into the world Representatives %aInlng tetlmoniah' T
1 BLACK and blue-a dejected darkey-Detroit general good health. PAIE'SI free by mall. If yon ordC* trial* ,
1 I I and it is very certain we can carry nothing adopts a motion to go into committee ibis advertisement to u. JO ens*!

'y: ::. I out; having food and raiment, let us I of f the whole, the Spdtiker' leaves the Free J'ras. V__-< CELERY COMPOUND f sold by all pay ,postage.. .plepn (WIt.V
.' therefore be content" f 1 bottl;] Six for $5. H.H.CRUN&SONS.M.DV
L L '.J s I chair, which is taken by some member Cured of Malaria. druggists, I
t r Lt us all remember, if we are Christians,, WELLS & CO., Prop', -SaNDTO--..... V
; : RICII-RDSflt
', L'kf .l.. we are going after awhile, whatever designated by the Speaker. A new set S3 FLORIDA ST., ELIZABETH, N. 3.I Vt.

.- be our circumtancel now, to have a glorious of rules comes into operation, much March 17. 1884. f Burlington

fr i vacation. As in summer we put off ourgarments simpler than those of the House itself. I have been using ALLCOCK'B POROUS |< m .
and go down into the cool sea p PLASTERS for the last five years. Some two
r1 t Some of the changes should be men V
bathe, so we will put off these gar. years after having been sick for up -
: ment of fesh. and step into the; tioned. There is no calling the roll. wars ag si months with malaria, I fond ion FKICZS OF ILiSOll :

;1 I I i- will look aroundfor I All divisions are taken by rising or bypassing mysel an enlarged spleen, dyspeptic, Hot Weather FruIfJaw.FlyFaniar-1

:I some place to lay down our weariness;; between tellers. Again, thereis constantly troubled with a headache.
I : and the trees will say: Come and rest t entire liberty to offer amendments, and my kidneys did notact very well either. WAHE PACKAOE9 put up fnrWholei of GLA3
under our shadow;j" and the earth Having spent most of my money for medicine frtt**THIS rrca mrj u..!,, ,,
which under the modern methods in
will say: 'Come and sleep in my bosom;" and medical advice, I thought to save
.I and the winds will say: "Hush! while I I our House of Representatives, can I expense I would use ALLCOCK'S POROUS WE WILL PAY
''V ; sing thee a cradle hymn;" and while six rarely bo offered at all, unless by con- PIASTERS, two on the small of my back, Invigorator A Month Salary V

1 : 3 strong men carry us out to our last resting sent of the committee which reports one on the spleen or ague cake, and one on
place, and ashes come to ashes and dust tc the the pit of the stomach, just under the to competent mm *v frptegent oar V
I measure. But speeches on amend- wjnt a rood f olid tor who eta faralj
dust we will see two scarred feet standingamid breastbone. I continued the
"P. ? using Plastr T fa every county In the State dariag
the broken soil and lacerated brow; ments are limited to five minutes each, ML Te eli teUlwiehaflir
a S thirty days, changing every telling Ace ri.merclianW.J.
t T abut $200smonthm.deb1A&'rtS *C15 work. it ',
; it bending over the open grave, while a voice whereas the time allowed to one who wek. At the end of that time I was perfect ing Iron. A.11. A "'..Ann A* PIsb- MONTh TO tHK MIGHT MZiI.w15
V. I I tender with all affection. and mighty with gets the floor when the House of Representatives well,and have remained so ever sic cUsSJ c_ rbr. -- I.I en* i.!-girt... their 4thfawit.rrntre.MOM* th bmS.
an omnipotence win aeciareM. am me: GEOBGB I SOUTHWBiTeRXd
\, ;yI resurrection and the life; he that believetb proper is in session, is an I .. IS* Same PifJif

I( K o in Me, though ho were dead, yet shall he hour. VERY often tho man who "bolls with indignation" EDUCATONA. ..zAa SAIlS..pea. "

\ live.", Comfort ono another with thesewords. Most important of all, there is no one day simmers with regret

IP "previous question," and the the next morning, especially If his wrath Huntsville Female I IRON
V o V -: commit put in cold Colege WORKESTABLISHED
., ; 4. tee of the whole has no power to type.-Baltmr.mrn
'1 .! f: ; L1 yL AN ANCESTOR; shorten the debate; but when the mem- It Leads A Others HUNTSVILLE, IronnmY IN&

q ,_ The Leant Satisfactory of All the BleiiInjfi ber It can not truthfully be denied that the THIRTY-NINTH 8ES3IOS Bullying. WDNXS AND MACHCTCATI '
having of
t V j Bestowed on Mankind.Of charge bill thinks Burlington Route, C., B. & Q. R. R., is doing and newly Impr"ed Healt'".w.n tumllbed ful S JL\GI5fES: BOI
I ; ( all the benefits and that a certain clause has been discussed -I an extensive business, both passengerand facultr. Depament d JOHN K. RAMDLI A CO., Mwnpte.DETECTIV .
blessings which and
% ? fame may be supposed confer mankind enough, he moves that the committee I freight. Of the first named branch of thoroughly as tuebt -L llrpY Chstan Twrtnj ..r uu..". .r '"
service the Chicago Herald recently said, ,
it For or & p-
V it is difficult to think of any thing rise. "If the mo'ion is carried, speaking of the occasion of the National ply to RXV.A.B.JONZSDVL'.LL.P.s Fruuident.Roanoke J

.I VV: I which brings to the honored individual the Speaker takes the chair, and then Republican Convention: .The Burlington ONES

fcS less satisfaction than the glory the same member moves that debateon Road probably brought i more people tan College a
ancestor. Posthumorous honors must always any other. Altogether is estimated FR.JAx3
V V be regarded as barren an the section or clause under discussion from June 16 to 19, the period of the excursion IK THE VIHOIXIJL MOVXTAIxS- *

k : ble, but in the case of most of unprofta bo limited to some time-ono rates, over 13,000 strangers came t Several Courses for D .and.reM. Alo.BoalawMDepartmenttheory

t I is some faint foretaste in anticipation. minute, five minutes, or some other exclusive Chicago over of the Burlington. This Special attention to English French ad combine Oom
fr S 1 Whatever a man has done, he has not only I time. I this is voted, tho committee mostly in addition its heavy passengers regular and spo Student en. from Large 15 Library.8tatsand rst"J-zlc. Gruatll lolu'ne.

J'S. the satisfaction of actual achievement, resumes its session, and the chairman enger traffic. In receipts t of live st*pass, the 2 Sttel Ezpen IIr mODth.I4.1115
-f 4ii but he may enjoy the hope, more or less Union Stock Reports Burlington BISSION( BEGIXS"tuition.i oali For TBTY-8TI tars rrn.
I 1- I I tangible, that some time his merit may carries out the order of the House by to be fa in the lea. The average address JUtlCS EP.. V

.(4 recognized and due credit be given b stopping debate when tho time fixed number of cars brought it during the SALH, VWGINIA
!( I by posterity, although his t first six months of the years 1886, 1887 and I
contemporariesdeny elapsed. INSTITUTE. FOR GIRLS AND 11 fll'RV .
IA : his meed of praise. In the case of 1888 is 26,140; and the number for the first PEACE" LADItS.1, rtALEIGU, ., C !
S descent however Now what is the object of that ma- half of the year 1858, notwithstanding the The fall sonsion commence*on tbe first We< "

y : the fact, that they, the are men founding who appreciate families chinery? I is to enable members to temporary depression caused by the recent in 13S9.Sept.Erery((5th day department)and iJpi&i of tint Snltrcion Wedneaarln IJed IiflIVII I ot

.. '2. are so few as not to count in the argument; consider. measures rather more in- little great below strike the on its average.lines, was The 2,42 or figure but in by*experienced large and well and equipped accomplished,. teachen heat BuJd U.LLi.I.IJ- .L CADL .l

;, S s S while no preciencc yet vouchsafed to or formally and more expeditiously than also represents about per of the electric light water tnruugb >pt specialrate'foriwoormorefrom I I

V ;S dinary mortals can put an individual in they could under the rigid rules of the total number of cars, 10,413.2 cent to the solclP For circular e.i,tort;e familr.catalogue Corre addres poisiVnce -. FLOYD- & MOONEY_ ,V .
possession of the knowledge that a centuryor Yards for the last year, being more Rev. & ..*. Raleigh. N. C .AU'UD .,. .
4. is two after his grave is filled in he will House of Representatives; and going than six per cent in excess of the receipts .

3 become famous as the great-great-great into committee also gives them an opportunity by any other r RANTS :
A. HEXTEft ft
S grandfather of a poet, a statesman or a to see the bill a whole, I

,i. I ) hero. amended before they aro a obliged to WuSN you come right dow(to the facts MALE ACADEMY ..fW Samples maiUd tad lr Street,
r J'.L.- And when one comes to think of it It is In the case, it's the loose-fitting straw hat aua.THIS FAT ca m?-_ I_ ,:
: vote on its passage. For when the that shows which the For handsome iLLrsTBATkB CATALOGUE of the
doubtful if way wind blows.
any especial credit equipped schooL
1 I [ for being: an ancestor. Even the principlesof bill has been read through, section by Detri Eco. -. men MAJLC and boys In thl preparatory lutb.a.: i
VV k V5, heredity hardly justify one in attribut section-tho clerk pausing when an Its Grasp Relaxed ACAEBT. sr>UNION. VIUGLNIA.. ,.

ing a man's greatness or,his virtues too exclusively amendment is proposed, and resuming ByUostetter's Stomach Bttr ATHENS FEMAL COLLEGE.Chartered lawS Wanted I..veyy Cngty. Shrewd mot*..
cntpa emS rrtae.Experience eat ILL L
I to his forbears, and, in any case, the reading when all amendments to tion is succeeded by a by. Grajtnu fattttire Bureau
Athen CoU
'thdl' the remoteness of an ancestor from the While this medicine is thorough it and 183.. :1.bma pIac.ofhealth !
Ibecn neatly
abS I glory of his descendents makes it difficult the can.o have acted on-tho produce violent gripig. Dys furnished. All the deJamenL.un thoroughly organized. andTmornr"b

V to regard him in any way out as a figment member in chare moves "that----- the___ psia liver complaint A full faculty.f f3 A Cheap Thorough GANGERBy V. ..
School. Attached is BuuneiV 1U ,
a thorough
y are among the maladies Pu 8tC C
t i of the brain. There is a shadowy unreality committee, rise and report the bill to to a1ections. adapted. Wherever- course of Hook-keeping $' Sbol Type w..4i TUB?AZU j *feaTi
about the whole Writing. Ai'uta..1H8S. Send for
troop of progenitors which the House. tried this 'al
continent opns
V i on and elsewhere, it Catalogue. REV. W1.LIAMS,Prisident.iifhirnhversity. return maiL Fail 4efMSMoody' -
renders them at best little more than mere The motion is carried shows its ability to expel the poison. of F REE *New Tailor 8y>teai H
S :. names; and indeed ancestors are mostly Speaker malaria from the system. Cutting. MOODYCO.aAMJ iuiiiP
I 1 ; fictitious beings creations of the brain takes the chair again. and the member I rum FAraii.,./ t.jea Ur.n 0

V' I ; conveniently fashioned to suit the who has been Ix a matrimonial co-partnership most .
taste of presiding as chairman ALABAMA. tlr al bom ud m k.mor aafff wtAJsf1**
ta_. whoever devises them and then ticketed reports that the committee of the whole men firm it's think i they furuiah a name for.the REV.A.8 AS UKEWS,U.!>?LL.I)..PrcsldraU WIs.I lorttilnv |M la the world. EJ'hw u5
An Institution of ..
with the misappropriated of oough highest crude. Instruction thor Teas rasa. Addnu, Tav ft C.AiiI
some House has had under considerationsuch ough. Location healthfuL -ollraent,22S. Whole JAMi IHU rAPljl ntrj UM JM vIa
defunct worthy, probably as unlike this A Box OP Glenn's Sulphur is annual expense need not ei'.ei d IJ56. The
t Soap
S false image as possiWe.! and such a bill, and reports it equivalent next session opens September 19.
to many Sulphur Baths. Don't forget it, logue, address )'.M. I'or Cat. PISO'S CURE FORCONSUMP I I
3. There are plenty of people whose only back to the House with a recommendation llill's Hair Dye, lack orBrown.. FETII! SECREARY V VS

exhibition of imagination is in this direction that it pass, with sundry amend- LINDENWOOD COLLEGE For YOUNg -
1 I ? and their conjuring up of fictitious THE dead ocat who wants to borrow a dol LADIP.S.Sgth
I .- i forms is the most effective when ments, or without amendment, as the tar is broke and tho fellow who lendi it t J appointment 8e.1100 open for Sept.Higher 19th.t'lrstclais Edu.-Uion. la all lu SUMMER RESORTS. ii.

it is least general. The bygone case may be. Then the first question him is cr.cked.-Danrme Dreize, a-eDts. SEND KOR CATAU-OUE3. No tr".lnl

V S S, ages consccu names are applied a labels person-to is on agreeing to the amendments FREE! A 3-footFrench Oval IRWIN, D. D., Prei., ,T. CHARLES, Mo. THE MOUNTAIN VIEW III

the fanciful creat'ons of. the ancestor : made in committee of the whole. I Font,Nickle or Cherry Cigar Cae Gas, MER xotIIsvILLE3 P4TRONS of the MILITARY ACADEMY AND COTTAGES AT COOKPt

V V I- t maker would doubtless have been sufficiently no objection is made, they are voted 6n ONLY. R.W.TAXSILL& Co.Chicago say our new system of gore : I I i. I astonished could they have seen or doubles progress In a boy'S mId and tealr1 they are situated immediately on the 0*.'
: : ,a' I foreseen what their in a lump, but frequently, by agreement WrITcall mile from city. Address 81 Ky.In the mountains of Alabama,21 mile I
r alleged a man a crank
when COL.
V presentments no one ALLEN. Princlpw,LouiSTOiK,KT. Birmingham and ot>mile west of AaoimMla
4s I would be like. Indeed, it is some one or more amendmentsare can turn him!-San Francisco.Ua always a most delightful climate of pill
4'1 that they would haY been reserved to bo voted sinai;. The water consign of wbtiSSJIdI '
keenly prickedby on separately, TRI HAIL B01RDH6:SCHOOL forBOYS barchalybeate and pure freestone,
_ : & una\'aing remorse, because they in and then the yeas and nays may be ., IP afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac .Ky. Next 88.lon begin Septem for nice their bath-rooms medicinal for still properties and shower; these batM i ji
k reality fal so far short of the more than called. Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it.2. dreM n..Testimonials as to character reulred A-d- In a few steps of the hotel whichi Ic
'1J ? human perfection of these shadows, and T.U. IlL McCleland. beal I*-," most modern plan ant has over
::4 that is of the Without any reference to the Tariff 11. uisville. Kentucky. leries: rooms newly urnl-he and,.ntlIsU
A y I perhaps one compensations IT is when a boot is new that there ismusic feet; board per month S23.O4K NOS
; t. V to be set down as balancing the privation bill, it may be said that the liberty to in the sole.-Detroit Free Preta. SHERWOOD.SEMISABT 8*PNTOX. VA.. open spared to make risltor*comfortable.
of .. 1 Superior and servant half-prtr. For furtherpartwaHttl
V S : getting no satisfaction in being an an- offer amendments is one of tho most tboroulbnel of ID trcUun. New to ac or adilre-n COOKE BRUTHEl

L V EV cestor.know I is just as. well, after all, to useful of helps to good legislation, and --Metathesis-the transposition of specialty. Pupils from patroi.New t.!ge.rk to Art Texas.and Term Music SPIUXQS, ST. Cl AIlt CO...
nothing about it Our descendantswi moderate.For -
V it has been far Catlojue adeJ'i J.L.MASSXT,A.M.06DEN S.
too much curtailed letters in word-is CAVF.
I ; V, J S not know us, and, looked at in a large a a source of many :r 1A)1OTU ngATSTWO.
r d i'i V sense, no human being is even really hon already. I the House of Representatives clerical mishaps. A writer in a late COLLEGE Forti.y BcVk.INQ and YovngMen, All part of the care aeceecible. 'I1ISCOS oiM
$ 1,S, ored as an ancestor at all, but at most lends were to go into committee onevery number of the Spectator adduc some Tate Well families KNDOWED.IZ30 to Tnltlon.CJ.50 Yur. Board In pril mer Liberal resort rwlortion in the% United to excursion State partI.COMMTOCK. .

his name to a figment of the brain of some bill, as the Senate does, many curious examples of pernicious a -4---Send for Catalogue.KvJlVl Mammotfc Cave
later ,
: .i V : V : gcneration.-Boton- Courier, crude and unworkable sections would be habit. I cites the case of a clergymanwho xt VII.L. %S-. OLIjGE: HOLHE8, Go to the MOUNTA

J 4 1' I LIFE IN made more intelligible and practca.routt'S wishing to say that we all knew address.I' Art.. Board.' 98. For Catalonia Three springs: mineral water; Sf1
i : PORTUGAL. WATER ); TEITU.'Prel'.; lag etc; good fare; reaaonabte T**** A
V 1, Companion. what it was to have a half-formed wish T. )IARY'" P.BlSliOI'.Sample F.OllAMBL COU37mer

V L A Country Were Modern Ways Have Not t in our hearts," astonished his hearersby I fat, possesses COLLGl elin KY.Its Marlon nioct Co,)
4 Popular. aitnatlon. Thorough health MOUNTAIN LAKE V
In PEONS OF MEXICO. announcing that we all knew whatit tern ot diccipline. FOR IUd1. and tt.ort In
% 'V Portugal a man may look about him JtVE ?. D. k'1NZEssT. GUJ"ddrt'' Write for olrcnlartQ U.IlAUPT.
1 and almost forget how the world has The Revoltingly Miserable Condition DC- was to have a half-warmed fish in I .Nt al" I:. Nl'RINOS, AE.SOUTU1tN V
1 1 3 : : grown older and sadder. Here he will see scribed by a Mexican Journal. our hears," and of another who, having I Uflmi8TrDTBookeplx limb .F.D&h'.t lit IIOTaL- -
rnetlc. Shorthand.4 -
V I :. in the size plowman and and shape the such carter guiding the ancient oxen According to the Pabdlon .National, started out" to say that "we I by mall.Circulars...saris.|-Q'ftCOmai J.,'auI'. iYA.N.L : '
I a should not bow the knee to idol 'S
a an F.
V ,
I Romans bred, yoked to such primitive newspaper published at the City of SCIE1CE T A WEJ.L1 FT
) arrived at tho conclusion LLII.LU. W.T. '., PEPARATORY
Mexico "that Po
of the :
r plows or carts as we still can see on Greek many natives of Chiapasuse we r. 8belbyUe.Ky.I : ADVEJITI

L VV I,I and Roman coins. Their rules and their natural dress, that is t say should not bow the eye to a needle."- U TiS gins ION SepL COI.pGEof 19.*:'orcircnlar LAlT.rtiien..* Fall Term b WREN state that WRITIEG rca aaw TO(ho AdTDWICHT'fiX '

S S methods of tillage are the same simple and what nature gave them, and nothingmore. Merchant World. I.uBoothChlc papes x VV
t' I often foolish ones as the ancients followed I I
S ; Thus .
I .
V V. : the old heathen superstitions still mingle they are found on the V !II ------- rI -
w V: i wjth the new religion; the people's lan- roads, thus they served on the haciendas --The young writer who wants to I I

/ ; guage is liker to the old one that came and thus they show themselvesin win famevi find after a time that it I Idoen't I I II

V n V. p. : i man from Rome and than any- sti extant the ;n1nv. the towns. I even appears that matter so much what kind of a I I I.
wagoner the
; they are ignorant of the existence he writes with it
I .' V : E, ; herd in his goat's skin coat, and h-ep of pen a does what he ;
V maiden, with her distaff, might all take hats, since they never cover the head. write with it. Som very good literary 1 f

Je V 5 their places in some such rural processionas These wretched peons hire themselvesout reputations have been won with a 1
S. ,S : 1 1 we see sculptured on a Roman bas- a beasts of burden to whoever desires chewed-up stick of a broken pencil, TO MAKE
.45 relief of the $
V Augustan age. The very to lease them. The while writers with
wages are young gold
V aspects of nature, the air, the vines pens 4 DELICIOUS BISCUIT
J V ? and olive trees,' the genia, valleys, running four dollars per month. The obligation and fine pearl holders, costing at least .

: V streams, the songs of birds and mur- of the Indian draught animal is four dollars apiece, have never found : I IASIC YOUR GROCER FOR -

S S S I muring of bees on thymy hills, are all to fetch and carry on his back themselves able to get into print. DWiGHrS "

S V V used such as as accompaniments the"sweetest of all his pastoral poets the 'loa committed to him, what Somerville Journal. cow BRAND"42W S

V, S JS k. I of a happy rural. life. t id1c just song such ever may be the distance. Still -.- -. .- TAKE NO Q1L'V
more they aro subrentedvithout
craggy mountain sides overlooking the the -When Daniel Webster was in London .

; w sea, as Theocritus sang of, and beneath right of receiving any excess of pay he dined with Lord Brougham, S
: just such a tall stone-pine a he describes, ment. As the poor Indian is never who ,
.: docs the Portuguese shepherd lad of able to discharge the debt which produced n very small bottle of S.
V rest take Tokay, and in
V % to-day t mid-day meal of has incurred dspense it very small I.
VS bread and olives, and look down upon the through the amount of glasses. lordship, t prove how _ _

S I creeping waves of the blue ocean far beneath twenty-five dolar usually advanced to precious every drop was, said it was of
r: V I his feet; just as in those ancient days him, he is always a serf. he dies the
V :: !; does he bare his sunburnt breast to the cool his children must work out his I obliga exquisite growth and very CINCINNATI JULY
old. Webster
breeze tho
S V Bia and hears it in the branches tion. Many haciendados taking up diminutive .
S S 5-, 5 overhead, the very sweet whispering pina : of Tobascoare glass and examining it, said: Itq --- --- IV

sf* : : music, that the poet heard in Sicily twenty sub-renter of these Indians. ] very little of its as'e." S.- ,. V ; OCT. ,
centuries ago.-Intfri. The Pabellon Xarional suggests as a .
V.V remedy for this S..
shocking state of af i
V WE have again and again urged our that there be passed severe laws
V readers to become systematic .airs IIS
S t student of must depend for their
the Bible. We shall continue so. application Tutfs
: 1 Those who have not tried the experiment on the Federal authorite work- lS

V .: have no idea of the effect which in ing in co-operation local au

V i V the course of a few months even, thorities.It is sanguine that when Pils 3OiiEI -
'S 'S would be produced in their minds the beasts FOR TORPID
peon of burden find
out that
V V rs-- ": and Book hearts. I ono will study tho the law is"prtecting them they will 1 A torpid :
until he really lye d.raa .
;' .V I the study, he will be.very acquires sure to a taste continue for place themselves under it and make i i tern,and praeni EO.SrnJJIo? i 11:

V it known
S : I during the remainder of his lft He the abuses which they suffer. Sick BRAND
: j will feel the of it just as The word
as he "peon"
0 ne not
seem the
( 4 I does his daB, for. 1ldrpll ll. : possess a hideous a meaning the t Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu Settlement ofihe NorthYfsIBm T
k; a
1 : WHEN you do any thing from a clear word "slave," but the condition of matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. --3 PASSED DISPLAY. V

V V judgment it ought to be done; never shi in t these poens seems, in many resteet There is no better remedy for these
: V V V : from h/in2 oen to do it. even though theS worse than the old-time : common diea. than Tatt's Liver
: : w.rj; f.l.t.ullalsuaw'r. systm i Pills as a tral prve. Price,25e.
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