Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
September 14, 1888
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Newspapers -- Starke (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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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r I IF. 4 : m. I la, 12 m. DR. I come and go from-place to place ion had seized upon me. 'Tawny Savages Who-gtrMctr Oltfeet UBetnr Pennsylvania schoolboy defined 6 Kt'ldtm' Journal-A crtb* to Iklerfu Wos'

: JAMES CIIACE, With Independence airy; "Fora hundred yards, I think, I was Painted la OIL barnacle" "a tramp who sleeps in < { Curative Propertle, S

If things don't please, I ask no grace dragged resistlessly along the stallion The Apache Indian has a decided ob- as I In addition to being. from its potencyand
: $! moo 1700 900SI And make the barn. 4
no lengthy
m. a2I! 4J BOJ J& 2HO SURGEON DENTIS'l' tarry. going at full speed. One moment 7 jection to' posing as an artist's medeL other advantages:: the best of surgical -

4L 7O $ u 1200IK 44 For places sure are easy got was swung clear of the ground; then le does. not understand the process -A youny lady In Philadelphia la antiseptics. it is possible that

.ot11uI12a 0 21 on *1,001 10 (100IGJ' ) (O LATE OF CEDAR KEYS. And waiting all around me; xt I was thrashed over logs and and thinks it to be some sort of "medi said to have had five .' named there lies in oil of peppermint a power
And day by day "Me Ladies" trot; Samuel. Her photograph} album must
.. .usllne for the'flrd tad firs octta Ottoc at residence cast of Kentucky Knit Rejoicing when they've found me. briars. Suddenly my deer-skin jacket cine" work the more avoided the be a book of Sams.p -Drim's< .lfagazine- for "good and a ffeld of therapeutic S

lB *CBt Insertion. gave way and I fell into a little arroyoor better.A utility vaster in extent and importance

..-- IftH for time advertisements upon I put And the take wages my work-days up and up.lightly: ; gully, as the animal bounded overt young gentleman of this city an -Mrs. Dumley"Ouo of nine' children than *auy yet known or suspected.

I*the office. _ J. 0. HAYNES, And twice a week rm out to sup-' I fell among some reeds and vines artist by profession went to Mount the only one now living is Cousin i Some cases:' of phthisis in which I have .
"IIIIPTI HATES.MATES. I tciil DC treated rightly. and had the sense to crawl a little out Vernon to see what he could see. He Kate. Mr. Dumley- ousln' Kate, employed it as an Inhalation lead mo
; :J:) E 1'T wr smash the dishes burn the meats of Bight into them and lie still though was delighted to find that the Indian the dressmaker? Mrs. Dumlsy :i to hopu that we mty find in it a remedy -

, .J'I' .I_.:............::1................ 00 :I: S-r, And will not wash or bake, ma'am: I[ was half-stunned and dreadfully prisoners there present subjects rich "Yei." Mr. Dumley-"Well. that's: all against the scourge to which we pay
........... ... I don't know how to "sweets "
......... 60jI1..pUOD. get up shaken in barbaric contrasts of form and color right. Survival of tho fittest. youknow.Juvlge. thousand
up. ; tribute ot tea
And make annually a
ht' rail never cake. ma'am.And
*must variably In Office Jouc I' *
.. rer Brick Bl Jck. .
Jjo dUcrtminatlon in favor of anyBlcaUoci "It was well I got to cover for the they pose in a savage kind of way and livt.t.i : .

P4T ._. You'll yet you give know me tip you're! Oh,mine never for! Ute infuriated stallion came rushing back* altogether make pictures which an Teacherat arcthe'names* of i In diphtheria the greatest of ail

upon all mutters of local GEO. BAISDEX For every girl that's made a wHo as if in search of me, and leaped the artist would be glad to reproduce on the seven days in the week? Boy- I! desiderata has alwaysboca uch an
t solicited from all | ario: the counly.ECUIT Depends on me forever. : arroyo again close by where I lay. He canvas. But they strongly ,object to !I onday. Tuesday.Wdne,Thursday antiseptic as this-one which may be

SOCIETIES. Painter and For men may come and you'll say "yes;" galloped away toward where ,,1 now sitting for the portraits; in fact whenever Friday. Saturday."j! "That's only fearlessly applied in the greatest
Paper Hanger
Or KO, and leave you pining: heard my own hoss whinning; and the artist came near their tents six days. You've missJi one. When quantity and the greatest; frequency;

And still you will not learn that dress after a moment or two a frightful they quickly and silently" disappeared.There does your mother go to church?'" i which is innocuous whether it be
r. ....:e NO'I.a, F. and A. Hi.thirl STARKE FLA. Should seoond be to dining. I
mmUnC4t10! Saturday squealingand the dull thud of bosses' might be dozens! of them in "When pa buys her a new hat. -TexasSitings. swallowed during its application or bo

IIpllr'I s.oA ,1- W. HIOKL1TEU, W. }f.I ALL WORK CIT.UU.NTEED. And The so erand I bend domestic with regal lever sway; hoofs kicking, plainly indicated that a sight: ,,'but at once they would vanish respired into the air-paaagc. and

1I' WAUalQUr. Secretary ., S I !- It !is the nineteenth century way battle was in progress between them. going into their tents or fleeing to the -Miss Breezy (who has had a Uttla which. by its absorption into the blood

w BUGG And it will last forever. "For some time I lay still there, bushes for cover. For a couple of quarrel with her bosom Mend)-"Well, and Its ready volatility is enabled

.aT I1'Ce 140. 10, I. O. O. F.j & WILLS, I shall forever.Ar'utine Ever,. feeling quite unable to stir, but the days the hunters for subjects were you must admit. Clara that I play iht ? every recess and De car-

.." tvrry Friday night at Od
!'r cord;ally JnvlteJ to Attorneys at Law Indians[ did have Miss Wabash (frankl;)-"Yes, I dc in mate
I'I. J.C. ROLL Noble Grand.J. S roused me at length to go to the assistance not, however so ; of typical diphtheria :

C. Wn.u.Vice Grand. A "ROGUE" HORSE of my own good steed. lu great an objection to being photo acknowledge that you can strike at adults part of a small epidemic, soma

'-. I.3.r G.Dteel.tar, .... ,:. liox n. STARKE, FLA. great pain and half-fainting at times I i graphed and the artist secured pictures octave with much the greater ease and among the victims:: of which died with S

wm pra.tlcp-In a'l the Courts la the Fourth crawled along on the ground to the tree of all their chief men. certainty."-Epoch. its worst features, have! been treated

........el!'& Order.r Red H n.OICEOLA and Fifth JudicIal Circuit: An Adventure, with a Savaga and where I had left my rifle and secured He tells. of one ,curious;, incident la -"It can't be possible, Bobby"said solely by application of oil of pepper- ..

. ) TRIBE Ka 6. FuKxnA.-Council: Dangerous Animal. it. The hossea. were still fighting or connection with "attempt: to secure his mother, "that you have been wick mint. S S S

M Bodied fch Wednesday'* Sleep! at their5ftsrke. of of the savages ed to eat that whole. rhubart These cases afford ground for boliev- : S
7'C Fla.i.1entbrothefl. ROBERT KEITH _. ..""'''' rather my own had got the worst of the painting some : enough .
r! w cordially invited to at- S : battle and was trying to escape from "Coming across". a. 'very striking pie in the closet?" "Ycs, ma: tht ing. therefore that this' drug may,be .

J. N. JONES. fachem. A few weeks ago a rare piece of good the wild stallion. They were coursing group of Indian ;' a tent playing doctor told you you Jnow, that my I also a potent weapon in diphtheria.' .

UA&MOL05,Chief of Itecorda Attorney at Law fortune happened to the boys of the along at a distance of half a mile on cards, I,got outtnayc'6lors: and proceeded system needed rhubarb an' I thoughtI'd Recovering so completely 'and so ,

country town where the writer resides, the plain. But still loyal to hts master, to paint"tbe",. >icture. There I better get a good cu>te of it down speedily as they did. their progress resembles ". .
... T Temperance.Msetftrsry In in the return home. after absence my own hoss circled around and came they were squatted. on the ground inside I me before I got any wort"e."-A*. 1" Sun neither that of "ordinary" S W'

!' ...Monday..' "' 1:night. MKACHAM.Temperance. p. STARKE, FLA. of many years, of a quaint old char- racing back t> the timber. The halter the. tent, ...the .flaring.. doorway held -Absent-minded Business Man tt ulcerated pharyngitis::, treated or not .

jil,XILLOX.Bcrlbo. acter named Darius.Starbuck, who left rope had been pulled off his nose in the back by a long/pxile', their brilliant red Office Boy-"William. go up to my by the usual means, nor of diphtheriaas t

.. L. B. RHODES the place when a young man and has fracas but swung from his Jeft foreleg and blue bl kets'on their shoulders or house and tell Mrs. Jones I have again it has progressed in cases I have

Capel Tes permnee fllsetlnr.Irtry ever since been'roving about in the far where I had tied it, and as htTfran, it at on the ground their faces all coppery forgotten my watch. Bring it back seen treated by tho inefficient local .t 1 S

I.I : BunW at 2 p.m., at Temperance Southwest, mostly in Western Texas, length coiled round his other leg and and swarthy-they were just what I with you." He pulls out his watch antiseptics in vogue.

JIlL[ Attorney at LawLAKE New Mexico and Arizona. lIe is a thl'O'him heavily. Completely .had been trying to find for my canvass. and continues: "Now} William it i? Oil of peppermint has been in use asa '

UBQfl r capital story-teller, has a great stockof worsted the poor fellow made not an "Well, as soon as.I got to work their nine o'clock. be back] at ten."-Tin carminative from time immemorial. ,

CRUnCH DIICECTOHY.TIME. adventures, and for several weeks he effort to rise, but lay outstretched on got up and left the" tent. This was a S Farmer. Dr. Lauder: "Brunton's experimentsshow t. J

I .. TIME.t BUTLER, FLA has spent many of his evenings in giving the ground, at the feet of his conqueror, decided hint, so I.picked up my things -"Why, bless your heart Erasmus how remarkable is: its"power of

-- who him in but and moved also. ,When they saw I dis ain't like how. causing the-absorption of flatus; they
.Baptist.Uiarrh.BerrioN a .M | .m mi B .... I some of his experiences while he pawed at triumph, yere fotygraf j"ouno
f at M.flO a.mand; at 7 p.m.Prayer I has been absent from his native town. was himself panting and flecked with was gone ,they returned and resumed It makes yere look ten y'ars older leave unexplained.' however its mode J

! netting.eTery Wednesday at I p.m. A. L. SCOTT M.D., The most of his stories are accountsof foam all along his glossy sides. their game: I'returned also and resumed dan you is." "Dat's ail night honey, of action.. Possibly some of it is: due

,,. 0. PATTERSON. Pastor.Enndiy LATE: FROM UICHIQAM. adventures with the and "My moment for vengeance had, .Seeing that I did not I' needn't git annoder tooken for de to its preventing ferment changes set

ffsrN School meets every Sunday morn Apaches come. I had strength to rest my rifle intend to be done out of my picture, one nex' ten y'ars. See!"-Detroit free up by bacteria which it kills. Dr.
K. N. AMKitlCK. Suj't. with panthers, "jaygers" (jaguars),
if st Brunton notes that the aromatic oils to
I.B.HOM..AH.,Secretary..; ciiIiit I rhyaiman: an D bears and Mexican bandits. But soon across' log at the edge of the timber of the: meb got up and fastened a Press.Mr. S have
urgl of Starbuck's adventures were not of and at a distance of about twenty rods blanket ov the'entrance. Then they McDude-"What a wonderful which peppermint belongs more

Presbyterian Church. had put bullet. into the body of the dan- continued'their: card-playing.: thing is space, Miss Ethel! The immensity marked effects on life the lower downIn
common variety they a spiceof S
TERMS REASONABLE. ; the scale it is Thus it
le"t every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. gerous animal. As Jired.Jxe gave S "I had not.-finished working in the of it quite fills my brain." placed.

L'sI' : 1L D. MATTICE. Pastor. Office at Gasklns Drug Store. novelty.Half utterance to a wild cry and dashed tent and foliage which sur- Miss Ethel (sarcastically)_"So kills le ches with convulsions and.
Sunday School every Sunday: at 10 a m. a dozen of us had been listenIng while Dr. Brunton states that it
L.C.HDLL.SUPUHethodUt to him one evening recently, when away but fell after running three o. rounded I kept my place, whilea should imagine Mr. :McDude, freer I .
effect beetles
four hundred yards and lay writhing. number of Indians gathered around the nature of your conversation." Anca no on
TATE POWELL. M.D. eomo one of the party inquit'odfhich have found that cockroaches and
"It was, at least, an hour more before and watched my. operations. When I blizzard stood betwen them during
Church. he considered the most dangerous wild
I could muster sufficient all I wanted of the tent, and other insects are readily destroyed by
After an experience of twenty years In tbe strengthto completed the remainder of tho voyago.Ocerm.A
BerrieM every Sabbath at 10:30a.m. and animal in the region where he had in hundred S
fID p.m. Pnndsy! School every Sunday atI..m. practice of his prutcs'Ion. bas no hesitancy ivod, or what creature ho stood most get to where my own hoss lay. I concluded I did not care to finish it up little Auburn boy who looks vapor-about one part one

I J. Ca'aiki IMcharO Superintendent.I In promising the latest an,! most scientific feared that he was fatally injured.But with a blanket over "its doorway, the after his grandfather's; cupsidor for a thousand killing them in an hour
of when
in dread out alone on tho
I/er meetIng every Tuesdav .nd 1' I treatment to thoe asking his vices. to my groat delight, he got up at idea struck me that I could sketch in moderate salary offers this philoso- with convulsions ending in paralysisof .
21 .m. 1. \T. DAttLEY. Paator.Ckrlttlao Call. to the country promptly attended plains or among the mountains. first.the last and then the anterior
[Heeasosof female and children a specialty. "\\ aI, boys," replied Darius, "tho an encouraging word from me-having the Indians' from my recollection phy: "When I growiup I shall chew limbs
Office at at his lain there all that time, in kind of how posed inside the tent,, and'appenda es.
City Drug Store or residence Jayger and the yallcr bear sometimes a they were tobacco, and have mf little boy look
Church.Ictt East Stark. feint, I think. He was badly bitten, so I went to work and outlined the after the cuspidor. Then he will not In neither Dr. Neale's "Digest" nor
.. ,turns loose on a man in th m_ parts. Dr.Waring's "BibliothecaTherapeuti-
:!$- :ts-l reter :ll. .'. and had more than a score of great group. I was. startled by loud exclamations chew"Lewiston Journal.
BerrioeteacB Lords day lit lU:3"J a.m. and But the beast that came t&e' nighest ca" is there account of the use of
* ick lord's day at 6:30 p.m. F. J. FIELD, finishin' me up and the one:'LV'got to welts and puffed-up lumps upon hi.ssides 'Ugh! 'Hir! 'Wolla wallali'Ughugh -Mother-"You, Isaiah, didn'I tolt peppermint as an antiseptic; but. in
a'hd..1lanks-the marks of his ad- and so on, the Indians being
Priyer neetlnr each Wednesday at 8:30 p.m most *" not for to outen dat gate.tIsaiah.J
dread,! of all., was a 'r gti. you go common with other eentiaL oils this

Sunday,"-.. .Bcbool W. I..TAYLOR.each O.Lord's P. YOUNG at 10:30 iri ri k M'lon': : Work In! lllt rlf "A"A'rogue rogue? hoss.What's That's that?"a we stallion asked. versary's"As: for hoofs.myself, jacket'was torn very paint greatly the people surprised I could not that see.I. could Someof I didn'.n didn'Mother dolt'Dcn, mammy how'yot, 'deec use has lQng brobably since. The been"herbs"made of of its such virtues "'..'" S

badly and my shoulder. as painfully those who had been looking over in de street when I tot "
that has fit with' others and has come playin'
got curative value. when applied to
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STARKE, FLA. herd. For that wreuched and pinched. by: .ho-. stallion's-. my shoulder speeded into the tent to you not eo outen.the eate?''. .Isaiah
driv the out
'OFFICIAL- DIKECTOliY.Cllj outen teeth. ,Kext;\lay' r ,ws' s4sti :: and tell the card-players that it was no use :'I climbed; ober de''feiice.;: "- .1IarlJc-r'& the wounds.of.mediaeval knights were ;
there are or used to be big herdsof those containing "aromatick" oils no
I ALL \TOflK GUAKAISTIiED. D way? sore as to bo unable to travel and } to try to keep that paleface-not-afraid. Young People. ,' S
; x'U'I wild hosses, and every herd has a doubt, and were very 'useful as antiseptics -
Omcera.Yayot.L. think my hoss was in. much tne same of-the-dye-sticks out as he could very -First .Tramp"VelU how mud
head-hoss that rules over that particular after a wouit1hdTheen "rum
WltkonkL.Al4ermeDJ.C.lUcbard condition. We rested'there till the plainly see right through a blanket ?" Second '
of ilM
J. M. Truby, Tate COMER Ii. PEEK, t .drove, and runs out every thing from did yo get out felly mag d," as by Sir Baud \Vin. of Flan
; following day to nurse our bruises Then one of the players crept "Faix for
fewsll,0.P. Young, 8. F. Gard.uer.: that he takes a notion agin. Tramp- onfy enough me ders.:1n: 'Mort d'Arthur.' From a men-
fron the erfecte- of th> underneath the back of the tent, and,
and recover > silf." First And is this dt
Cteik-L U Webb.Tesaurar7. 1-u tion "clove water" in Mr. Lawson
at Law and "There awful fights sometimes of
Attorney Notary; were encounter. .. V making a wide circuit, came round ?''
n. Morgan. 1.. syT' $ 4' f"That way yer stand in v. id me, Mickey Tait's interesting little book on "Dis:
head-hosses. At times :
between rival
Msrshtl-E. IX Wall. :! night "].. heard, the wolves behind me to satisfy himself that this Second Tramp-"Si Are all Oi got was "
Aiisssor-T. W. Sweat. STAKKE BRADFORD CO. FLL, one would kill the other outright; '; andj[ Clua 1e1ini ? the report was true. He uttered a loud thai eases of Women it would seem that
howUpg_: .. .#A ,ouj 4on. r a kick. Ye can take yen share liel too, uses l something of this kind
and they were often badly scarred if
up .)rhe.t'Qt.e.,stallion.Jtfad}.fallen!l';; Hy-yeh' and went off to report. With if want #."-J( *
feumy Officer. Abstract of Title and Iteal Fttate Law a from fighting. The defeated one, if whether on se&thetio or scientific
if he was1 not dead already, they no this the card-players all crawled from _
Owmtj Judre-J. K. specialty. uY u seem thoughtful this evening only surmise. The
Klchard.C grounds ono can
he wasn't killed, had to get out andtry >
took to the woods.
the and
under tent
end ftijn.
made ,
*rk of Clirult Court-II.F. Abstracts furnished fbowlng Deed doubt an : Bobby," said the minister who
York. every piny odors: -of. ArC \Chon and Bourne-
his luck in some other herd abd if :
lierilr-1t. W. Epperson. Mortgage. Lien. Tax Sitle. Judgment, Attachment "That \wmy .1frs:. ,and/last experience They were determined I should not was making a call. "Mr. Goodman,* and other phthisical

IH AtM.M>r-N.: C. Walnr hL and all m ttersof public record and he got whipped out repeatedly, he was wiinfi rdgue'"""':+YotsthfConipanion. paint them. I, having sufficient; of rousing himself, mouth, resorts

Tax toieot.-: 'r-M. )I. Hale.UirInIen4ent Ue affecting;Tit e* of Heal BMare In Bradford. obliged to live aloue by himself-au v- .. ... I outline work, closed proceedings and inquired Bobby would appear to owetheir virtues to .
of Schools-IL T. Dowlinr. county Florida, up to dale of abstract. outcast.. ., Mobile "what is a vocabulary? The minis- similar aromatic oils. The Chinese. 1 ;
returned to lodgings. -
County ftrreyor-John P. Pratt, C. E. "That soured his temper. lIe would my ter kindly told him. "I heard it this, am told, repose great faith in peppermint -
COUlLtl f mml"onerl-L.! WlUiovskl G. W. A DUDE BRIDEGROOM. ,Register. '* explained. "and I
'S morning and it seems not to bo misplaced.
sulky, morose and sly, and some- :
Dar" grow
.M. it. Lease ey,Jokn 8. Andrews and HKADQUARTKKS TOR didn't know what it meant. Ma said
Reference. knew its value colic
.L Y.caltu.. and to hate Unexceptional Hippocrates
times got savage appeared He Was So Nervonn You Know, and Need
:rX.RE %NS"C'ELA.JSrc: J, the sight of living thing. In- ed a Little Fanning. she had no idea..whl\t a vocabulary pa and recommended it for thrush. According -
l's'I every There different kinds of pluck
Mate are had until she heard him taking down
the and London i "How do I Dicky'YPicky to LaurEn it would cure nearly -
Representing Liverpool stead of ranging openly on the plains lopk the'same
don't respect -
A.Perry, Fensacola. They always inspire .
and Globe Company. the parlor stove.-.Urper's. ; disorder. Celsus mentions it in
is the a every
he would lurk in the timber the
UsuWJoYeroor-M. near
H. Mabry. .Let' bur&'. and confidence. ..\man in Arizona -. .rnS'
"!wlsry' of ftate-John L. Crawford. creeks and rivers, and become more brother dude. lie replies with.great .I sent to a firm in San Franciscofor \ : :: An Interesting Time-Piece.. i cholera and in wornw. These are all
&"t L. C. HULL like a beast of prey than a hoss. fervor: fur- ---- S
& : P. some goods. They were A w'atch-maker" In Rlf curious in connection with
Cooper St. Augus.line. prominent' as
"Oh, splendid, deah boy, splendid. quote
"The first rogue I ever fell in with, nished on creditaDd he gave a 'refer-
Dicky?" Janeiro has a solar ,clock.fitted up in the last and as important in itself the
"Weally '
TiMinrer-E.$.Crill. Palatka Contractor and Builder was on one of the upper tributaries of ence in town. The: firm called upon
is of the
which not of Babes who
Omnlri' "'}? honah, oUl ,fellow his establishment, only observation says
oner of LanJs-C L. Mitchell Ft the Rio Grande. I was on my way QlI f h
reference. '
: 1 ( S the S but solve the etsentlal oils of mustard and of .
uaoa { ) ? ingenious, practically pepper. S .
| t' f .
"Mfenfcektealljright| ..
the Santa Fe and .
across country to this .in Arizona .
"Do know man .
.C.B...troll.rOtneral-W.D. Barnes.. STARK::, FLA. "Yes, "things au\..fgit.t you question of perpetual motion for thoM mint: "One drop placed under a bell-
-evi&ry '
4i.Uja.-t ha4 camped alone one afternoon. in a yes ?" 't
Gel1-ral-David Long,Cedar Knya. ?" S places where the sun shines perwt j Jar covering" cultivation of cholera
Wrintand' ; of Public Inst ueUoB-A.. Plant and speclOoatloui furnished on short a bolt of cotton-wood which extended Weally, "Know him Certainly; know him -
He has aft electric 'Dell bacUl will kill both bacill and spore Sin
..t kuucU Jacksonville. notice. Carpenter work solicited and for a mile or more along the water- "Ton honah, dear boy. well." ually. app ,:-.
promptly attended to. "Me coat sets well in the back. ratui in the upptV':' story cna the two forty-eight,hours. London Lancet- c
1 at that time,
a ?
riding he
was is
course. "What kind of '
a man "
V.lg,4g States Hand-made briok for sale either at the kit* S S wires from the battery are furnished .
delivered at the depot very good saddle hoss, and after hob Dicky? _*. j A. 9k. f f Of "He's a splendid fellow; a god fel !
of Character.In
r-!'. C.Tucker. Gainesville N l : i each with a thin, flat horizontal pica A Test
"Cr4ii1 ) t" .1oi I .
bling him out, I got water from the low.
Iti7sr.Z. T.Crawford Gainesville. -- j :inr"Yes of metal by a distance of .,
j .
j t separated '
"\Uly.dicky: l" "
mjor-General-vr.. n. Bloxham TalUCIUTOBS. creek and set about kindling a fire to "He's in business there isn't he? some parts of,the world it is accounted
four five millimetres one frctn the::
-.. ; JW HICKS make tea. I was stooping over, and ; weally. S "Why, yes. He's an enterprisingchap or a sign of good breeding to eat
the flat
other. Just .above pieo6
HOB ) ( In the very act, I think, of striking the uO, Dickyn! ; got lots of push and pluck." sparingly and with a disply of daintiness -
Fnu metal bi-convexed lens concentratesthe
Bula. 1 VMOO konUcflla( match, when I heard a crash in the uWeJ'ldeah boy? "He's written to us." a ; but in other places nothing will

Wilkinson Call. Jacksonville : i timber and'had just time to jump up "Ua't there a winkle, a great, horrid "What does he want?" rays of the sun upon them at ? do but a voracious appetite. A traveler

Tint BKPRXftlKTATIVKB.Dlstretllon.: It CITY BARBERAND and face about, when I saw a magnificent ,winkle,in my right glove?". S "Credit" certain momentnoon, for instance.and i ,.Central Asia says : On one occasion .
n. M. Davidson The action of heats '
hi".".. t great calico-colored hoss rushing "No; -'pon honah. S v.' "That's all right." thl"sun's rays having ridden a long distance
Fecou 14 DIstrotll. Charles Do1l&'hen.r. upon me, not twenty paces away, com "Oh:; Tms'o glad for:":--0, Dicky!* '-'Well! we'd like to know what S kid bends the so thattheycome the;.electric Since the early morning. I halted wth
PertOrange.PAThENTS.. thus closing
L ing at full spring! A more ferocious- "Well, me'boy? of a man he is." circuit, which rings the bellThis my companions at a small village and

looking animal it would be difficult to "Would you'mind taking--the-brush S "What kind of a man he is? Grit!! that Mr.'Ma dishes, of cewly-mads gattuk were
is not all however,
." 'Dresser.OPEN imagine! His eyes were bloodshot, his and smoothing me down a little on That's what he is. He's the kind of placed before us-a preparation which
Hair he forces it twina '
of }jhe sun <
ears laid back, his long, yellow teeth the left side?" 'p'. \ man who'd put up $1.000 on a pair of quLi requires in his; at :when ,fresh. Is really delicious. It
the clock own room
AT ALL TIMES.Sh exposed, while his heavy mane rose "With pi sure, old' fe*.'". deuces and never wink.". up time. The barrel arbor carries needed no adventitious politeness to

l np, like a hedge-row along his craned- UA'-', t ang", \" v *, "Thank you." San Francisco the same ratchet which H make me devour it. and I emptied my

.p en Call St., just East of Railroad. out neck. .-.ItP.', .o'you; !e I .tW"\O'f\? Chronicle. a click and a : kuge dish of coagulated milk in a man-
_ the hammer of the electric
IIHIUI -. : up by Anotherwas
; n. HOUGH, Will constantly keep on hand a full "I took one look at him and then t'A. t1.nerYo. ( 1 '" How Saw-Dust Is Baled. bell as it muves backward and forward ner which charmed my which

".,. \r .' t line of the following goods for sale : jumped for my rifle which I had set uj .S "Ah, brace utl, brae1nybOy.- striking the' hour. And. ereh' set before me, emptied

-; ," SOLICITOR-' Dandruff Cure to c.eanse the hair. against a tree a few steps awaybtfore'l "What time isr it; Dicky .. In California we burn our saw-Aist this is not all the sun has to regulatethe with equal zest. I even surpassed my
; '
.# T'b1ri Cream of Roses for the face to remove could reach it, the hoss ws. "A quarteryto'eigh i.V. i-f or throw it into the streams, and so clock also. The canaon carries a ompanions in voracity and from timeto

sunburn. tan freckles and smooths the "AhlmosttimeJor! the ceremony. kill the fish. That is California style- time I observed my gray-bearded
that I.had to ch-. .
close me ,. -
u I d!! hm P Pilnis skin.* A full line hand of old Razors and Hones. !' .course'upon'' and run for anotherteft; ?' I Hanged if, IIdQU'tvisk it..'was all over the sort of free-handed pioneer way pi washer to with an adjusted an indentatInzcorrespond1g lever,.which: is set entertainer turn to the assemblage
constantly on ; razors repaired.J. all with look of genuine pleasure: .
: I could dodge from him; with. You1, sure. :l look right, letting the morrow take care of iteeU. and a :
BF W. HICKS, thought away : )n motion by the armature a magnet -
his alludingto
but I saw a hoss'so' ' SUrke, 11*. never ,, and at noon turns cannon BC
$25. F $tra t, Ntar U. S. Palest Offlct, tioned before or since! His nose was "Splendid, old fel." new one rather than take the troubleto as to bring the minute hand at the me: "He is a good'man;he is an

I reaching round that cotton-wood trunk "Ah, thanks-awfully, deah boy. Tin have the old one washed. In Maine TTT. Jeweler's Review.Outrageous excelent man.-youU Companion.An .',

W.A.MIHNQTON. IX O. WBITE!! LIOR! RI for me by the time I got behind it! Iran a twifle pile, eh.'Dicky; ?" -the land of steady habits-they know figure _-- S -'s- who .
'' Chinaman
Americanized ,
for another, and he almost nabbedme "A mere wifle. better. They neither destroy their Punishment. -

before I got to it! " nks. Would you mind fanning saw-dust nor make an instrument of has recently returned from a trip to his S
"It was a severe punishment said that the daily
me alittleDicky? destruction out of i'They Vale it and native land says wages
All business be'oie the United States Patent "There was no other tree beyondone "With pleasure me boy." sell it for stable the father. Belt-reproachfully". "but il: received by coolies vary from thirty-
Ot1 for within fifty or sixty feet but I had packing purposes
W<*n-Jd ta for moderate fees. Patents Eggs Hatching ; the pujrpose. Itktpt Johnny'
nt.s. The living
answers .
t "0, Dicky, what if I should faintP" etc. By neW' of pressing. five to fifty c average
I could to a
ree.,4 h ./;e CtUted SUss and all foreign to run again and before get process running do. the street."
..UItr1Cc.. or".ot MARKS AKD'LABKU: rarlsapplications a tree he was down on m& with s "There, there, me boy; don't get eight barrels of saw-dust is put into a "You- didn' .cripple the boy die expenses -are twenty-five. .. cents day.
Ph' .Jeet'.1: revived an4 wicked and grabbed me by the I nervous. bale 24x24x36 inches in size. A local ',..1"No :
I ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 squeal ? decreasingiber .
I'ofWlled -&u1gators are, steadily ;
lurormaton, and advice .as to if I can help it. Ah, it's remarks "Among the inventions ., .you :.
M&alllq PfcUBU cheerfully furnished with.eut shoulder like a tiger blowing his foam S Hanged newspaper :. ; I had his mother cut his bath under the onslaught madei,4li

e\aro.' all over we! In an instant I was time to meet .Helen and I look all of recenrearS perhaps few for him. You ought to see th.o} ; the last few years and the
Whtt Leghorn (Knap's Strain) *ru the right. I--my necktie-I-my trousers if cisy's9 ..hnpprianfrartirt I .
and are destined
$4 twiched off my feet dl'bEoo' -r-S 4/ 4 animal imitated
have to bo
[ IVetchor .' variety fur Florida. Effgrilarvfully boy.!: will by
.nolsl ret free eill. scot proOUbl-5
-for 1--I- hair Dicky, my hair, in the lumber-'manufacturing,..J'& -
*. my
a 10 PMeoubtllfT.P pucked and adhered at ExpreMOQh along through the brush and grass. : And the prot4fath.e!;w r: i ; 'sfometh g"else in order to secureth>)

(0,1e. r v at above price. AJJrzsso. Never in my life have I experienced a, 1-1-0, Dicky I'm *0 gervo\lt'l"-., ,.!, gions as t this--device for utilizing t -C44 ( t;il .""? ......, -. 'Ji0' ., !' .. tumre alligator I leather.
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i; ? 1ELi1ftPHIJ fflaeeleaiMy Ha* Itwa THOSE PENSION VETOES. Yesterday Dr. Powell awl B
: BIJADFOBD GOU/IY .--1'"' iuraeth4Jwi_t imiairdayiiight .', < _. wVVV-.U V. .Mow *MrvDsrleycanTaased) townin fwvT<*icefalieretT"v itt t ;t"-nf'be atj fir 'f Hamrick Joi

thai' tbertTwCTe several cues of yellow Republican Bcaators D1QdIrS4 aD i 1 1 office at the Court House hi Starke on Monday. .
r. .; : --rUCL'SHKI) WEEKLY AT-i- fever< at Maccknnv. on the Central It R., Regard to Peas" t'::e interest of the, yellow feverotrlcken I Tuesday and Wednesday of each week until CLAY CO., FLA.,
t, Our ; of Jacksonville; "Ind Sbe time expires by law. for the purpose of ..
Tt1.tLJRDI'OUNTYS VIA I IIDA. ub(jUt ,lDilel west of Baldwin President Cleveland has In nothing city I registering and baaing certificate* : F :

c .---- nClive"evcr vigilant President of the more conspicuously shown his fiddltj ta ,?u cee{ ed without Uouble irfraisirg t lso the tectori Bradford eouuty, Floi Wa. ,I: -* DKALEIJS IX.

c I. WKLB.. P Health,at an early hour Sunday .the. people his principle, of working $ $1 00.60. ; .Tbe'aut: h & were .t certificate All penoaa* and should ee thai call mad tSelr eeme names reeii aw>tration 1J 1 nOK.JR ,.. ,"
M fil'lO'a leamand". accoarfpanWall' atby the badness of'his often and btf.M1j once ; II.
Editor and Proprietor. : noticed pf this-:.factV and. Dr. entered on the registration booka'aa required : !- a- V."
Andrew "
ieel r. .; nnd.W. lessuess of consequences. than in .;daLes.ea ., "* ; oy laws of Florida. Chapter :' also tuose .
drove lo the county line next to ;Baker aa< to congress in relation to pension jPov/eN received\ a 'tler.m' .from who wish to be tran-fered to districts other than V. l L; :;CE11EL MERCHAHDISEJ:

: MIRKriIIPTION ftl'OO A TEAK., atfd established,guards all aloof maid line; bil ls. These vetoes in themselves, wool; Gu i. J. J. ,Daii el l, thanking the people in which' they are now regi 1 trred.L ODO>. V I & COMPANY, .

__ _ _ _'' arid a strict quarantine declared against make excellent-campaign literature If.the 'E Starke fpr-their! liherr.1 donation Supervisor Registration Bradford Co.

Knlfiv'1 A'!" 'Jin.q tAft.. 'if'Co.greu inAATIONAL I Baker county. Mr. Wilkovski fever is exerting out of ;Democrats had any need of material and su;goited tat'tlc! amount]I Aug. ]6 I. i REAL ESTATE & LOAN BROKERS. t P ;
Ins to lie
S power The in the have STARKE
llcpublicans senate
tl,' I', t OjTiCl. Sitirke. }'., (II &(lId } if it for be cr.icnded} in ihe purchase of pro- J.lO'rIVE FOR PUBLICATION. ,
I I Bradford county. and is possible seized upon some of these effective I AGENTS FOIl
4 (j1tM Jfl If/w. that willloll. weaptiu ce aid; ftnvarded fromyioJ.i LAND OFFICE AT GArxKsvirxE. :FLA.July .
it to be kept away lie i in the nun ons and Lave endeavored to turn per express I ;

TICKET. I ( At this writing there has been 20 agalnsf the administration,They are] pot !3 for .use ofthe hos:ital1l. 21. J883.i I Soalfiern R. R. Lands. We keep 'oll"\rr'y on !hand; a fun)
4jses aud six dentlis from ycllcw fever re- likely to God much satisfaction in the A 'v person \vho has vegetables, i. Notice is hereby given that the follow ; I

ForHOVEIt- Preanlent I: lortcd from Macclenny.. movement because the people are quite i.ti iens or eggs, that. wotlr like! to !ing-named scltler'has filed notice of bis I \Ve have lands(! of every ..lis'-nptiou. Cancel (;occl: Candles T
aware of what is The I
going .oa. intention to make final prof in support of I
< 1-I.EVKLAKI: ). They All Arreait.All press i is a great destroyer of shams. cla1JYI ; an nil
Tor Viet President President .the iii! '_ I.. D. Vvall .ho bas < good u>>uiUy
ALLEN G. THURMAN. )) dMingniched iwmimvs' for Aa rams-now stands,the Republican ? d' charge before Register And Receiver at GainsvilleFla. it will pay "you to call 1 on orwrite

\ "'1' of thin glorious .country. of ours ex- senator are .at ,a, disadvantage.. They cf llu! dh"r, and lie will! promptly .. on Sept 22. 1888. viz; William A. I first-class

r, r : :ept Gen. Harrison awl Air. Cleveland passed a lot of pension bills which the hi'I iliern lo Jacksonville.! What Nortbnip Lakeview. F);[.. II. E. 12211.for to itS n grocery Stoie.Ctll .
: I !. : Prpsldcntio.1 FJecton-: have written 'letters formally accepting president could not sign without a violation the EI of S SVISec.28Tp6R23E I

i .T. II. )M'KINSE. Ja.ckAnn. he nomination tcndeied them by the of his oath of. office and which be n iv-jtl t-ceded ':i tIle city is produce, I He names the following witnesses to : ig Sr. In Johr.s hrickU.

I t ; R. A. liCRFORD. .t Marion. V'urious rganlZitionti. Gen. Fisk. the : has not signed. The purpose of the aen- even r.!ore than, money, and no\v is .1 prove his continuous resilience upon aud r r ;J I -- '
.. ? UAXIF.I1P EU.. of Wall on. bus ators 'WAS to refer this conduct of the & show W" 1 t
Vohibilion can iidate. am-pled; soIKS .",O t> 'e to our charity to- cultivation of. said land viz,
B. II. P.L IJIC. of Columbia. .J \
: the American CHiidulate executive to the military sentiment of
Gen. Curtis
; \. wd the :>lrickeii city. 'i). J. Silcox of Ionia, Fin. .
I \ ao law Mrs. Ilelva Lock wood. the "EqualWghla" the country with the intention of making John White, of Lakrview. Fh. :

i For Cmuresgguiin: uaitdulate. .HIM! alsO Farmer out a rue against a president who refuses It'ii UetUac .rieae.rr"'ie .. :

GKX. ROUT: UVLLOfK of MnrlonNTATH Sili recter. the Union Lather candidate, audike to sign pension bills. Hence when the yellow fever outlook is not so J.I). P.W Hickle.Brigham, fi P 'fS ''I ik..' ... fflrB i SMlS .. -
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wise druggist > (! wtlrt'Y. the United were returned a motion was .
favorable this week as last. UV- to S. C. TUCKER l .
1 rIClurr.
Labor candidate yet so little interest have made to have 5.000 copies of these bills I iprinted ,
11t ese nomiualioua created, we doubt if a ; at the public expense for Betrablican -'I! date :: f going? to press there )h.n.s been -- FOR"PU LIOA'rioSLAND \-

I I : For Juvt'rllut: i But Mr. Cleveland 787 IIi deaths of fever inccennvil'e
.dI .Ingle ruuler of this paper has read theocumtnr campaign purposes. cuses : ,04
la t FRANCA P. FI.BM1NO. of Dtival _
p has of his for* OFFICE GAINESVILLE. FLV.July :
of a giving reasons '
[ ; of either ibcxj distinguished way Jzi I'.ld we may rlna'Jlv' 21, 18AA V

t F L? I For Secretary of Stnte: H-rsons.the track They of arc high running aspirations.a 'lonely-nice Ex. his pension official bills acts he followed and in relation his usual to course.these V f.(A d; aOt ;.O .!" Hii.&ioCl* C; C&3c that ,, Notice is hereby given that the follow I II II I
L" I ) JOHN I.. CRAWFORD, of Waukulla ; The result is batch of veto messages that wee !ict reported oince last week'* ing-named settler has tiled notice of his I Eiflt I 4/V ,

TraelThere's _. ra ,. are not only mighty interesting reading in i.iiemselves. e KM er has developed in lit little intention to make nnd! pp f in support of

d4 For Attorney-General: a leraon iu any childhood that I -erae ,- th but which convict the Republican town of Macc'eimy' and is very bad.Reports his claim and that sail! pro! wii' he inailt* J. L. GASKINS WATCHMAK]

''t I W. U. LA MAR. f'T; i bet well.wU 1 senators of outrageous carelessness.if before Register and Receiver ut Gainsville ,
..' I I a leaaou that my father taught to ma- I not worse. In passing bills to pension fron there are very c.n- Fla., ou Sept22. I 88. viz: Chester -AND-- -

L 1 For, eHmrlnt1lf'r: How with bad pride to tell 1 used"U> Ifateu to tbe tales: l I'o !unworthy persons. 80 when the Republicans flh'tin, .'"J t'le' exact truth i rard: Northrup. of Lakeview. Fla., II. E. 12213! DHALtR IS ;J .};wii LER

: W. D. BARNES, of .1Itd.l on.i Of the principles of true Dem.-crat-y. wanted to print the vetoed bills for to get at, hut it 18 supposed that tor the S. E. i Sec. 28. Tp. 6 K. 28 E. STARKE. -

campaign purposes the Democrats were there li.xs bwi: P2. anl' 9 deaths. He names the following witnesses& to I & MedicineStarke i I I attention given .
i How their (father bravely fought for the flag Drugs: Cpjfial to rvpnircrZ.1'Iiick
Tor F-'ate: TrwiMiler: : they loved so well. quite willing.. provided that tbe veto message I 1 prove his continuous reMiletue tip"Ialllli i O niiI .Ii'we1ry .t... .t.. All
'JTere i is otlier 1. in tljo StrJ Work
I : 110 J'e ; I
F FRANK PONS. oJ Baker. And altar years they gained their liberty; went with them The debate on Cultivation of. said land, viz: 'I ; at n-asonsl.te pr'ee' for cash. Enanin*
oj. low at Bunker Hill they whipped them how 1 this point is still going on. and each ref :tJ\j.j. l-S ievt''oped' a genuine case of n..J Silcox. 10111F.!;.. FIat j J JPhysicians' *rd&I'a'e. g oijS

,1, the brave old Warren Tell it shows the in :[ Vvc-r \ .t. Mouev i is itonri pto John While. L.ikcvirw. Fla.V. .
For Superintendent of School*: For the rrinciples cf true Deirocracy.Ji erence to Republicans a jr.- ,. V -,,, .
t ALIJKRT J. RUSSELL, of Duval. ( children will teach worse li-ht. It now appears that tIle i J.I.1I .1worntm i.-Io..>>\ jlt' !hv the tlicusaii'l. offl !- I). \ Britain. I : PresripUoH: *** .
we our country's n.vr *
J. P.
Hickle. t && *
Mary Doherty. whose name has I i ? V-i
to love I.M, .ii'd trained -looters
-, : iinrctr ant : .
And principles. -f true Democracy I 1 1if been made prominent of late in connection S. C. TUCKER.! Re-Utcr. e f .
A For Coinmicv-ioner of Agiocnlturf! : I Jitisrnt there. Fret- oc..U'.i'lJ 'itf'ify C>ini nitided tit all lion'dny' : -
you atc then, why thy vote It thli rep'y \ with these pension bills is still the are :
ri J,. B. WOM DWELL, nfjpckson. lIiJ. t
they'll always i.iake: subject of lively! discussion Because I trains: ::1.n' ninningr out of Jr(!;Sn' Notice.On I t -
d1 -' -- "TwM a lesson that U-arned on fatht'I"8Im
Fur Courl. Judcr she Li a woman the Republicans thought I i vi lk to NurtiiC'rii cities, and l e.te Monday. St-pbomher2Uh.. l&i$. at 1C .. M..
Supreme : At Lexingtoi and oamcuth and across the fit to take her ease with a'i igreat I will sell all the Household and Kitchen Furniture &If' The Strawberrytor
:1 GEORGE P. of Ix-on. Delaware, up biiildin-'s arc heinc erected at the nUrrmAN
and o
flourish order to the 03 Personal Effects of Camilla O. Grothrr. the South.
h ; A. E. MAXWELL (.f Escarabla.H. At Yorktowa Washington tb"olllt-t ua free; I in put .*,&'i iee sttitll' There is no rsr.,on late of Bradford County Florida. deceased. Sale STAtj
.: 1 T L. MITCHELL of HtlMnroiigli The l'tUOa for thia truggte. nil Americans ai e ]president in as ungallant a light as at residence deceased,in Starke. Florida. Most productive laore. SEFOLING!
aware.TWM :"VI't'c'ple should not leave tl'c .
; 1 I'. possible before an unthinking public. >. J. JONES. of tbe best quality and
the principle of true Democracy M it will be remem left there Starke. FIa Executor. .
rii. Doherty city Very ff.j j people are RiOt M
COUNTY DRMOCIIATSC-_. TICKET. So now we are supporting la the work of Jefferson bered. has a husband living who is drawi however, not over : ,O'O \; lute and Sept. tfth. 1S<8. UiVEQUALED 'OR MARKET.I is.
And New York Grover C.
For Senator: Th? world our champion to-day with bouext pride At us IB l ing a pension. Some years ago. by fraud SOnG( "'ejToet4; still there is enough, ; t Notice Debtors and Creditors. offer strong plants in l large nnd smallquantities ;
and perjury. Mrs. Doherty succeeded in ; i' reasonable prices..
looking i tCatller
ABRAHAM CROSBY. for the fever tf feed .1: till frost. All persons indebted to the Estate o Camilla COMBINED WITH GRB1
With our principles of true Democracy.fa obtaining a pension but the fraud was .. C. GrothT, late of Bradford County. Florida GuavaM ami Japan Medlar;. I tall
F discovered and her pension was dlscontinned. Everything that can be )ffav.z ;z; the fln- Hose, ia pood healthy planU! ; |
:. \ win fight another battle. and our object is deceased, are requested to make immediate
Reprerentntives: I forty varieties < l Dwarf Oranze trees,
.- the same; In spite of these facts the Republican done'in Jacksonville and Maccl. payment to the undersigned and all those hnv- < Refracting Power. :
L em oils Limes, etc.
cny. ,
.I Tell all support the hone t Orover C I senators ordered second injr demands against said estate will present j
: .1. L. GASK1NS.cvi (.'r ouutrj's constitution _e are _ti-ivln, to* I a penIt is hoped that the disease mr.y h2 them duly authenticated. within the time prescribed -I Address ARNOLD PUiSTZ, HI'YlU; AS Tn.XJt. .
iou for her. The vetoed their I
.. maintainAT by law or this notice will be in I
plead L
--- -- -V d tlc jmncipl'-s of true Democracy.Tl. bill on the ground of fraud, and exposed c eckeu, but "o far all theoric-3 "ia. e bar ot their recovery. Greenland. Duval Co.. Florida. AND COLORr.K. AS LItJiLIrsyfr

: ':-'. r.will, 4i-iv" V.t.. slr 1 hurrah fi.r Grover Cleveland! let us nuAe her as a pretty tough citizen. Having, been exp 'nled. FlorMa. K. J. JONFS.Starke. Executor.Sept. I ,-, And for softness* of endurance to the. .

: j: t; i'1" ; 1 If.; pul.i'ion n: no' the\ wi Ikin ring: as they supposed committed the presidents 6th. 1&l$. Minot "l.c excelled enabling the wet. ,
;iOO. .* rd w'U scon wipe out that so-called G. O. P. a cruel and heartless persecutor of in Regard to Justice of Peace. TMATFISHT! ,'to ro-vl fur hours without fatigneTfc

-ilcu! TUui-maiTti red bandana to the breeze wa'U i women the Republicans returned to the HKADO.CAKTKKS. DEMOCRATIC STATK EXECUTIVE fwt. llM'vare ';
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I : Fr tb J *>fling,ll's of true attack. First they tried to make out that COMMITTKK.PeusacoU. L The Wins. / #
i t Thdt' it vcr} 'e* cases of y-.llr'.v (ace r plincl; Democracy. I tWs2ueKinginThiffaioTimes he Doherty woman who had been ar. }'I".. Aug. 6tlt 1888. ClBCtTT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ) C. F. Original ferS4r? Peserv
BRADFORD Simmons. St. Louis
:. :hi C-ouih FJorida; not over half r. dozen inJ'ttiatef rested nine times, was nine women. and Enquiry has reached this office in regard HANNAH COUNTY.PARKER FLORIDA> Bill for lIr.A.SimmonsLiverl\fedicw.e, Prcp't, it'd V Test iiciiils from tbe leading physidar

I f' county and Tainpa.Fernandinii that the president bad libeled her. to method of electing Justices ofI ]r reace. vs. vRASBCRY 1840 in the U. S--Court DEFEATS J. ,U iairt-tVSvate,4_ i-@IMM'II. senai.w-
Female S... ThenI B. PARSER f Divoro H.Zeilin.Prop'r.A.Q.SImmons Liver "t-Iek7rtefl. iien of note ia all prottsekmaritTtrtn ."
l I they Impugned the information I P An inference i is just possible from d : liraiiche of

: 'I 1 I has a visitntion ot Dtii.cuefe At last this long Mooted and much the president by a clerk in the pension the language of the Constitution that It being made to appear to this Court that the: :lCegulttorEst'd.A. S. L. .*I. has by Zcilin tor 1563. I I1. he, eivt-nwho trade have banker had their DccaM ifetti
vexed question is about to receive the attention residence or the d<*felant in the above ..ntitl..tcau 47 years I I proved br tlu-rr _
office to the effect that she bad drawn tbev should be elected by the vote of the crired INDIGESTION, BILIOLSNESS. use. .
; I 1. ,vr.. It is hoped that that city cs- in not known it is therefore ordered ailJudg I- :
may of
the of last Washington
court resort. frond declared entire but the laws of Florida ., DYSPEPSIA,SICK IIIEAj AcnELO:"I
a pension by ; finally they county d and decreed that the E.ikl drfen.lant bo I All
I I I epe; i tIt* p-iiigR of Yellow Jack.Jack.vr i Territory recently granted the that she had been injured by (c chanter 3?(>4)). provide that a Justice of ,. and he in hereby required to answer or demur 0 \. APPETITE RP.Y. T. Ii.SOUK SirMACH' ETC. Eyes E'itte
olStor E.
-- light of suffrage to.women having the an explosion in the arsenal at Philadelphia I lie Peace and Constable for each Justice I I to the the first hill day of the of Octooer'u.n! .\. D. 18.18.. motion end it filrd is further on, I C11 Church.Adams: ,Tcnn,, writes: "I And the Guaranteed by V

1 >vill3 is i in great need of pliysicimuApd same qualifications men as to age and in 1864 and was entitled to a pension. district shall elected by all the qualified ordered that a COPy of this notice shall be- think 1 should have teen dead but IU \ EnS: & JOIXEB; "

nuisps. Quite a number S residence. The matter was brought befoie Unhappily for this little job Senator VOTKH8 THEKEOF. published in th*> Bra
I 'n- '., pent .Ilierc fioni Chxrleston and eqri'IIJ"f. \ the Supreme Court of the district aud the Cockrell had been looking into it. Dismissing W. D. CHIPLEY. Chairman. a once newspaper each week published for four in consecutive Bradford County. Fla., sometimes Liver Mcdicjue.hid C3 substitute I have S'.irke FlortdbtlTI
1 learned jurists have just rendered a decision the first beneath Attest. Pensacola Flit, wetk'pnor "Z ilin's stuff"fo, : .
explanation as trbs-te-
to the aid day.and that a copy of aid order lie your I S : supplied to peoV&ii
!, )wtvcr. that tbd law granting suffrage io ccQ,1. but it don't the
L. B.
contempt he proved that the president'sInformant WOMBWELL also pouted atthe door of the Court House 0 the .%'X. H..:
& omen is uncor stltuliunal. I 8I.ld County. pur-'cse. : .
as to Mrs. Doherty s previous Secretary. 1OpLt
? Capt F. P. Fleming i h in the western The ground however for this Decision F. F. YORK \ 'D.J.i.CraveE&tor-** An* WSfllESttE:: DEPOTS: .
pension is a Republican of long experience Detnocnttic Papers please copy.PTIAFU6E ff [ : !,:I niphis. Tenr. sas: iSffil
purl of the State doing good work fr the docs not entirely cover all the matter ih Li j the pension office. two-thirds of the PEEK & FRAZEE. CT: Circuit C't. I I rco vcd:1 j-ncLcjje tf rourLivetVI I'1 --
Coin p't's Solicit jrs. Bv N. I). Wainrht J'tulcinc;
h.wc halfof
ujcu it.
Ifi.i U vcrkerard controversy. Washington is a territory clerks lu which are also Republicans. As '
q I. Democratic party.! 1 r. great I puty Cl rk. V It" charn. I want no W .sCHBERGo'lED
luving only such authority and power s for Mrs Doherty's statement about the >1 better Livtr Ks- alpr.r aaj ccr- '
.. is certain to win the race. Hie granted by the Congressional act of explosion. Senator Cockrell produced the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONLAND : b t X Uinly no mor= cf ZeiiuTs rr.nture. v\ DlAftf

: -- -- organization. record. wounded at the i I_ "" TPCLEs'0f
Every person I j \'
.\ f.'W dii.ipi>ointed Dcmocrr.ts in Cir) Tho court held that the word "citizen"in time received a lump sum of money from j I OFF'CK AT OixEYn.rF.. 1st. 1-i'i FLA.Stp' I i __S-_' &.

: (-'Inl111 ic tiying to r.oi.dnnte an inrtepeudent :- ilia organic act can mean nothing eUe I the government and gave a receipt for It. : Notice ,is hereby Riven that the folli>win- d. __/ \
,, %. ; ,_ ; oJ hut male. The whole question is reviewed Mrs. Doherty's receipt is not there. i named settler has filed notice of his; intention to .
..-r- tic! !; 't. A movement of this! Id au elaborate opinion of seven thmisan Her ciVi-.u is therefore fraudulent once make final proof* in Fuponrt of hisclaiic. ad :
t i that said proo will be m-vte: before R.>gi,ttv ai.U
t'I1 tf will j>:'))' meet with fcuccc&3. words-certainly veibage enough to have more The Republicans have got them i Recvi er .t Game ille.. fl.onOttnberith. -

: $ ---- decided almost anything.: An appeal will] selves into an awkward position of first 1 511$. via: John A. Ootirn. of SUrke. :VIA.. U K. I 1'--

S tIC taken to the National Supreme coon neglecting their duty and passing important A raa cvax WO No 13a for theN4ofSE.i J if Stc. 1'4TGS I]: I 'T "_,'o.<.".. y4.' .... &_,'-. ._.... H 1

I \IN'r.knny did very \vrr-np in denying We bhall then, perhaps have an expres- acts on behalf of a disreputable I CHILLS A FEVER, E =He E. names the following witnesses to hi fe..:< ;CIV.J.S;: ;.VHtfi: All ELSt Lil.; :
tin c-xistencc of 'dlow'fc\'er"t that ; e. J.1.IH which will bt in all ) prove < 2rz-r' Z; P"' :J.':tcsOo1. Use
pci tutor
} a guiiie wom&n and then of justifying their r ,. I continuous residence upon and c. Itivatiou uJ'. tr.'j hI tL"e. .J .

,. \ '. Much of the present dislrew might have legislation. The court should not confineitselt highly culpable action by producing per.I 4j4, % V SJiu land J.viz K.:Melcher of Stftrke nt",; ,.". ..;.!.,. ;-.",(. JC'c.-'"_ot._. _ PV -.4
V'V Vli
i to the simple question pri'stn'txl.but I, Jurt'Ct testlmonywith no higher object I -- -
Ik-en prevented if prompt measures Lad C E. \\.fIJIAn.It 1'I
gu over and traverse the entire field I. to cuike political capital at tho expense of i{ -. J. KluinsohmUt, ".. I 'EGLASSES.V -V
been adopted. editing at tin J. C. Kichanl 1 be'Icvo: Piao's: Cure
rest. < UeeU fun-vcr. : the President. A more undignified spectacle ,
.3 _ _ j PAT, .
S. C TUCKER. fo. :.I t: I m n
controversy that has been uino'iiig I if i it would be difficult to present. Tut' : !u :aved

.. Tlie 71'in77niw deserves Ihe grcHle' l lninoiini uot raging for forty 'arlL-OclIln fi.iu- public ii quickly mastering tho true InwjtrdfM'&K V le: i.olt'r. "J 1 UiJiivir ray; Ccquirer II. Dov/Ki.4 l denton I Mr. H. KirsclilTho

k d credit cunliiuung its pu 1.1 ic4. nero I of the debate and will not forget .. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. r. i:. C, /pril 1" 1"8--. I well-known Optician[ of ]
---- the performance when the time for I
lion under' such unfavorable drcumstiintc8. i Fourth ST. under
> 'U"XTY
4 A lllaee ae.. ... romcJ.>criar i it comes round. I ">*r'a.ypr, ..1
: '* \ or URAU/O.ID. 1ULT. ZM. .1 ui. tMttA.V.Tho Louis, hai J.
t L.
: L The .-f. ia tiow as dear to the LIPPMAN'S PYRAFU6EWonderful US .I appointed (Ji
The quiet little) town of Eilwiinlsville. To RICHARD CROSBY: I S'arke, as Agent for his.celeb;

:". I people IIi under it* oldjm"n gement. III has had a sensation that will doubi-; ft.|MiMlcMi ... cALLThm You are has hereby been notified I issued against that a AY'it,of Attachment II I mond S|>ectace] and ETPJTI!

lens furnish a subject for couversati tous The general feeling among Democrats Chill! add Fever Expeller prcpei ty attached to satisfy the demand you and of Jol.n yuur I al lat, for his Diamond Nnne

; -i 1 Yellow fever seem to be an epidemic inhabitants forycars to come. There is hat Blaine Is greater than the party IP It cue the chill and fever tntm up the Pysteir* L. Uaskin-, amounting to $ 0. I LPIS0 I Spectacles and Tbei
moved into the from village I. Now unless >ou shall appear before J. R. j es are the greatest invention
recently town
it platform the candidates. U fires an appetite befngDgItteth&fld health to tit eitr
or the
la gC,1! (camps''. It i Ia much feared that I party .Oflerrs. Richard. County Judge in and ior said County. in Spectacles.
iu Missouri a family who tail lei ii J I b at his the I I By a proper co
I party to be united at all Blaine mu t office at Court House, in the Town of
unlesi the grcntet4 caution is used the themselves by tbe um of ItUHiell. There unite it In but Starke in said COUUIY,at 10 o'clock in the fore plo( [ t the L*>ns a person purrba
dis\ise spread were Mr. Kuawll. hill wife end 4 ways. especially noon. on the 6th day of November A. D.ISI-M. | air of these Xonchangeabfo.L,
miy more rapidly now. danghKTb. in his speeches since his nomination
judgmect wi I rendered never l-a.s
I against ,and to change these .
I you yourproperty Glaataf U.tbe
c 4 t vspccially it )1ms liecooic so alanuiog ail appnre tly respectAble and well] Harrison ha shown his incapacity for P.P.P. P.P.P. hOld to pay th. nebt. BEST Cnp -:.plet1i- ey -, -in.I every >air pnrcbuat i

I ; i:; r in Maorleuqy. educated people and naturally accounted leadership lie has dealt only with the Dated this Ird day of Auxust A. D. 188.H.Joa I cine is l'ISO'S Curls BOB guaranteed, so that il|they ever! '

by the townlolk an a valuable .atcquisitiou history of the historical epoch during 8-4t > L. GAS&I,S. COSSOMPTION. CLildren eyes (no mater how rusted or

I .: ,_J.-v : -- I to Eilwardsville t society. .. which he was unknown and his exhibition Plaintiff. take it without ohj idion. tbft Lenses
I Io Prickly A*. Fok Boot aadoumxs l -) are) they will furats
L: The tic It at F Tuaridlua is be J Last Friday niopiin the of ( himself The that 1 By all druggists. 25c.
c ": tu I't'grelI ; neijjhbqis as a brevet brigadier general fact many colored n.en will] party with a new pair of Glasaftilcharge.

'I ,. .. led by all law-abiding reople. Such outLivaks Ihe Russell family were startled by the has done nothing to allay the uneasiness vote for Cleveland is an fvidcnce of lht) J. L. Cask Ins baa a foil i

.:. :. should be down.without crash of breaking glut*. They ueit aw 'with which the party confronts the great political: education (.f the m e. :ITo jrn.-'h I mont and invites all who wig* toitbemsplres V

; ; 1J promptly put a man jump through a window and start issue of the campaign. or sentinii-ulahty has chann-tt-rucd 1. I CWIES WiffilE Al! USE FAILS. I of the great snrerkii ,

4,_ : fear or favor and 'hose who arc hi fUll. pursued hy two of the Uus&ellwomen On this issue Blaine alone can speak SYPHILISm CIevelrntl'nltiiti.le toward tin- cr':.>n-.l BestConh Syrup. T15fe3 good. Use tbe.e litres; over any and all otben*

J .. the IcnderFthould U punfolud to the full wbo attempted Img him back; l authoritatively for the party majority /. people. but 1m has sliowu thrtt: !I.<' l.i; !i- mu tyi. Sold by&"u-gist.s. { ic use. to wil and! examine theJ.L.GASIUN1'MfflCI

4 l II i-I l Merit ,'f the law|. lo the hoU e. The in bbors inierfen-! his view of the Chicago platform will be tioii Uttte. Uloen and Old Sorea Bheunatlmi and pri'jtidii-f a:iiii >t their Mif. 'I I hat I Iliilasbfcn : 4gs ,.

1L I I and'Ul.'tJ' the man who ihireupon t.!da voiced in Harrison's letter of acceptancewbich all dteaaea of the blood : all thoM that bare t mil I't l ) ..f the pr"jll- j lrngglatand Op ,
-- lUost rem rk blt story. will necessarily be written under _'ICed other treatment yfeM steadily and surely dicc n.a:' itf5ai'! lUnurf rits, I indiistnuMv Tlie Only Awnt for Starke. t-
mo tit' ;
;; It'is cxwc-ted lint our Republican He said that his his dictation. because he be the to tbe wonderful power of P.P. P., the neat i illslilkcl into UH- nn.n's'! .: i' | nune vas HiK-lin.;; means to Blood Purifier. : of tin- -tI.-r d t l r. :. i II. -I'L al '.. '..rIt'yoii \\'ill'-

t '. ;: 1 fiiends in the Noith will lake advantage that the so-called! Hus eD family WHS asmng l loader in the campaign. to make the i pcop' Iy 1CtI.flICtII1 fh.ilida: fI' j. (jlU'4- ', ;Liii.i; I KI.I: : if !Isi 1 :.''I'L" eO '.;,i I' I".., lADIESPDDo

"f the rii't in Fernamlir.a to down ouriiuwYatic of expert counteiteilers; that he Iiail I speeches which will be the "key notes." SCROFULA flat: 'I ra I. I ,1' ".l'i-t., ii.tgIt'. llti" ,VltVZtt! iiVt'I IlItI ,
-, 4 I t-ry formerly worked for them and hud com aud to be the.highest party authority --- ': iV lIr:t.-e. I ..

_2:. : l>:- : iidinitiisirHtiun all because lo Edwardsville. work for them a-sun.; The views of the Harrison letter of acceptance Renews Her Youth. Tour Own Dyeing

few negroes Wraine unruly und would Aftvr ItiS'arrival 1 he had! quarreled with must be the'' views of his; ..1 It.. .P Mrs. Plioelif, Cbeslt'y 1"0'el S.,, Cl-: y are MiSerins with weak or in- 1 t: Thy will dye rrerrthing. They******

not \vi-ik or let anyltody else do so. !tu.'sell. who thereupun made him a cloe speeches or the speeches would be fatal to ,-_ ..., ....-P.,,. P. Co., Iowa tells tlietbt'owing n'ntarlnii'-lV! rlamert: eyes, or frraniiluieA fv; .!Hd.<. von I' fiT where.Strength Price .Brtf a htneas package., Amoaat Tb yaaw fat 1 1o
1bIs--- ADyJaM .; st(rv. the truth of wi ich I is 'tin he ( iiuklyureil l It u.-i.iir '
prisoner, the women assisting Knowing Harrison. Though the Harrison intellect voiirlit! or, {' v I>r. J. H:. -for Fvstnew of Color.or noo-fadiar
: iii aMdMy aa taa yawar of P. P. F by the residents of the town: "1 a.u73 j McLean !* tL..en the..i'l\C T 1 her *. _
U KyeSalvn. nut crock
t Russell to bave.gone away, Boeliuirnt not remarkable for its power. It will be .-.... 25 -j er smut;4fCOlon.
have a l'Ox.
*J :- '. The good people all over the United tempted Ida escape with the result stated. .abto to apprehend this fact. and whatever yearn ulci. lameno been tiou'-led with kidnn J. L. t..aaklusStarkt,

_ :; :. Slates mxtn to have opened their hearts The netgbborathen procneded to aesirch pains of wounded vanity the brevet brigadier BLOODPOISON ooulilot oou'lhailitllId[ dress iuv.l>t'.r without 11I:11I.'n1 h.-IV' Thrrpnn- > 01:1:1.U'f'if't'tH.: .,- nil l

,, I jind thrir pocket l IkI for the benefit of like houjNi aDd to their amazement found may feel in submitting to dictation. Now am free f.oUl al' and solelics..! I wlncii atlect sif/.k and CHUNK' s.-riou : AKEV5EWCUY

afflicted Jacksonville Thousands that the mac's 1t0l'f"Wd true They be will submit with the best grace possible c..a.III., : wIIh and urn able ti> du all III\"It\\ n hnl1scwor l k 'j 1..1'1 lit thl tariii"riii his- Tow. l.tofn l %KBTieW. MrkMi
of dollars l .
: : foond diet and ftnipelBa,waanite Mtiaot was toXHnal?aha I I .. *
metals nearly a ow .y thank to Kieciric liitteis for uoikr hi-li niiyc\ 'Ilti..Ilv ii.rm.y. Pyjc.iSI.iik.a.dCiSi
k :: have len there in The work of .by 1M.. Ja__ reincilied CISEP l1. ,v scTeV $ im
-' sent the last two of counterfeit flve.doltargol t pieces. A attempting to unite tnepartv 8aWet vtiMS '. JIIIItr. bavins renewed my youth and rom vei i l-.vll.-o I Dr.J. H MrLo.r! Vol-! -a- T ca 57 I. thtjesek.

If "-(>1.8. und much suffering! ban been re number of counterfeit bills were also will begin at once for there U et eomBtioa; a tIsdP.P.?. .a completely all disease and PHIII *'Trvu'bottlf C.UIII' C M!! ",ii imei. .4.SItK ..... A step.., .: .t.e, ..Er b
much to be done and no time to lose. The 1ftCIUIII..aM. oUc. and $l. at J. L. (iii-tkins I h. M.ihiIiaJsui.&kr.t
lien,I. captured. but thes bad not been: made by JiIIIIIII_ IJrll I-C7 f -_ 5.....slmdT Mjg p.iii.ur.e .
: the so-called Rus The time that has elaPMd since the Chicago Store. 4 ,..e
women were : HK \ I'.
.', -- ---- \CIIK. a C"I.mlj' El; vita ill B W MWM aaa nilTMito
arrested, an J a sheriff's Is now bunting convention has shown that nothing can RHEUMATISM.btI1a 1 I "pa'It"inn :111,1 ih tI .
posse : II
j *& \\h\' ,in not the young men of this place for the putative head of this interesting be don -. the Chicago platform. It isacceptable : Governor Perry i in jiKt' alxuit 11i! -nuc!L \ fointiioiuy prinl; I'i%in-ill i in 111. 1'a'l. a.e It FLORIDA.

% trgani.c Deniocrailc: .andana to Pennsylvania, to a few A ttla. rrspimsihte for the yellow fevi-r in ..l.icsiuville !;- tion bv ViI11ges i
1 a .nr club.THIV family. ex .P.P.P.. : morbid i.tlsp' u'li-u-v, ,iritahi -1 :
.. i is gu-at work VIv,' ( one nrl plen No wonder that Ettwanl vlll! ,- is excitetl'lieee I. tremists in Ohio and to the monopoly naUf ataje woaderfaL aadaarirated, and sos et ita cues an as hc j i i. "fur the t-ariliquakc I in and over s 'II.NltiveiieHi>l't:ienerveHriiay
t yt criminals bed been welcomed the class of the eastern seaboard but the CharU-stoii. if it iatrie. that a Mate Boar. i" : a 1tI.'jUl hv of fijsp he Of: Interest
0 P ,. to Jt lib 8n6QIa.1aoo trareil to the to
it in this
utiinty. 1llIl'p8jlh ITIKH! : I great majority of the of 1 leal Ik could hare prevent d this ;U ,
bom..s ,.f its pe jple and had wo'n the re- Republican party in BJoo4 1:1.'Q1dp. i-p- .l'l' IIO" ir.) J. 1 \IcLt-aiiV: J.iveJ bVw1Il. .
'-I v"ii*. Cl.. f-hlfirrian: ii>iilt I 1'l'OllvCrtUt. I utvof their neighbors. The sensation the east as well as in the west is not sat ;, sr tile bleed ide.i ic, then the ,responsibility lies with an.l Kidn ,y-Kaiiii and fillets wmiveJy ,'poclu for kmale J FREE SAMFUtafl iBtotaaaTai

I isfied with it-regards It. In fact .... the tck-legs that the people sent I to : ett'e.LIF V .post ta t..t ..caei bsfi'piizeu.l.p'stge. .
:_ A ri-j-v ,1 the coitiutioii; ( nd by-laws ofI'M attending their 4isco very is as gre it ai* blunder. as i a >.P. P- Poke aaet aad Pota the IfL'islnlure for preventing the creation up -_'_ __ g .' .

.i- .. ,. ; IVaor.i;! As x-U'.tion can be seen at Hat of the 'discovery of tbe in the desperate fa a J'dcMJia f h-af &.ak Mfcaat. !!;: V
: willqnirt
forger This appears from the protests of Individual : .- b. to aa aSB? of such board when the leirislature was i insession. I iw\\! :rer., j nd -bferriilneH -
; ?' UtiI' flm'e. play of "Jim the Penman and the wbftleii.ry Republicans and of Republican ...a g.r' >'. III aai iCa> .-'l'adlaliassecan. r".urll. I ifyo.i :will imi'l .you
'' ( is stranger than many a novel denounced still J _1 IW- ..&& J r'pw.4 ner a-i I k i'Iti'vs to I Jh ;i ;rlonn.ufce of
.. newspapers; more clearly by general
: V
by critic as passing too far beyond Republican silence Buy the Kb.h& n.dlelue. iuHvii i.4. Dr. J:: I I. \l le".I''n'9
: : It i is uoitol; ,,1fr'm gev1 authority. the bounds of oa subject of the t Lireraiid i KIlne11"111: ; will 1
probability. The !tiwuIate
platform and most clearly by the attitude ,. days teas, detections, infusions them
V $ <:ii-I lit-; lU'pulillc: :. ot t CiiiV county aiiii 1 - of the Republicans in congress. The County Commissioners at theirmcvling and such slops! has passed amid is being lo heat., -JJ-rill aclioiu. SIT.iKBnn 111'_ 1J.'lle' P. vmmtrSJw
S .' ':tgt.. I tn 1\ "ru'her of Hon. F. 1 P V Varieties ef the ...p.On. I. .. Couuty Board Monday of Health audited hills over and$800 of by fluid Ultuc The laUs ; ..f Dr.-J. ll.McLea..a:; I I

? Jo'ct'II1J11' H ; Ci'UU'y Surveyor thinhin! :: lumdred and fifty named vnneties both The Issues are plain to Republicans of another $iooo for that use.appropriated Our United Slates Ditpj-j-at.rj "ilJS In Ihi iQ I.UM 'il'> K dnevl'i'l} 7 rj at ,,l3h before I1IUe 1 .W&sfe

V IIII'I t.y M. dtiinj 'tiny will kill votes ft,, of the sweet orange (citrus aurantiuniilulcies factious. The choice is between the Board have been very economical the connection: i>i- to i It Tied and you will be -un- !(' ..
platform of 1884 and that of "Both decoctions I (
1888. To amid infusions now to I I I
I have .1' andvi
V : ) V I.) ln !foi (i ifi..tleh,'. anti deservedly IIJ .;ei.ti-y. Only oioisyou 25 retiK: a vial.will rl S ''I JAi71 "SE

\ ; *P3' i<*.t i',.&u.c ,-t will allow a .11KJ: the theories of Grant. Oarfield and Arthur expence 1 ? r5
: types; nine of the Bipiradia. or Hour and I l $3.000; Putnam's.. ".000. and Lake's
V itm I I\'L-: tins: |I. lis U to surrender to President Clove In view of the nUive ad 'uuced idea and '''ii-: 7-- ;. Ass
: i ; pujudice \IIll' Ultrr sweet va'letieslwo of the myrtle I9.0CO for same purpose and time. Dr. qiMMty of tho-'lilood V
,- -- leaved; eleven r-f the shaddock or pomelo;: I land and to accept his message as a general Gary ays, however no more bills for stubborn facts we beg lu .-Hi aitentiou to iniirliiiK. | >oirodor b4tJ 4iigestiokIi.p .ncl and a j ,\;. 'V

V V three of the citrus Japnnicu or Kuinqual outline of Republican policy from hair pins olives and "eccerteries" the Piickly Ash. Poke Root and Potassium as'itllt! .''".; t.a .,,'IIp/ct "knet riel S Siv
IV Vt It M-ci'.i. from .)iir l jH>int of viewSiTgiiMi tlll41 ; which there is no room to dissent queen Compound which has t lif.t HUi ) in .
three ,"f the citnm. except in the gained ucru e''j.r' h.t.iii: I Oust lillJ'
Thirty-one ot the camp's bill of sic
V suspect" fare will lit.
I >
_______ IB details. An und is IT", n. .1. II. iis
__ (inwr.1lUillrn( hitsxrtcd v,'\ I Union.nd seven of the limes are cntulogued I opposition party ou the be allowed in the future.Ocal& Banner. notoriety undoubtedly the '1'l.p.III'lr"t1jCli a euillg
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\\ outside cannot hope to have the GREATEST .ljti arlit 1.1:
admtnfotratkm BLOOD PUR1F1EP.
I V C''lltI1'I"I.: lutt wix-ly. in rrgarl to ti lit Hiid described in nullelin No. 1 ofle I I i ish L'tuij.i it0 i'l 1''llr- ti s '
party ejected by making any such of the age. Has cured more the 'prllp"rli." .-fin: t':
.'iM-k .n viile tefiitiVs It certainly coul I i ili : Huieuu of Pomology" United State* : I wlijeb t.luo..t fl'flill. S z. -:.
V concession to it. But the eo''I'I'. H
still less
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i>iiiinient Agriculture.. Citnia can the Worth Knowing.Mr. Syphilis Scrofula. OI(1.Sres.:: Skin Hi* i ieases. : irit(t111'0 ,$I"rIv..1 >]
V k '. .t IK- 4im.iiUnl ni ft- IIIItH.IW% llu* Pl'OPI'1| | Irifi'liata. n hanl> species of thecitu nudica -- _party hope to win place and power by ao- W. :H. Morgan merchant Lake Blood Taints etc.. in the last si ix". 1 i'P'r:

I V :Iin HII iiifc<.:.'gIOti to mill .!l. ; ) family, is also mentioned as surviving knewledgiajr that it was correctly represented I City Fla, was taken with a severe Cold, month, than all the othr Blood remedies .
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V r V V by the Chicago convention of AtI I attended with a distressing Cough andrunning on the market. It is no humbn I! 'f1I: 't.1 i.. nr tttf4ttc.t h iR tilE' 1.101111.
l4IS i'l I h1' iithii.l ' 10WII".1t'k mill-winter as far north as Philadel- untie u:> beH' t: : Blanton&Ha:
trusts and Padno 1-1 I tire1'Lod
V rings. : into Consumption in ita r ttages. cret. but a preparation ( ;i of a :tI"\I': a h..Itrun'tlOn.1 :
r : it'! ill:' 11:10 Ilit', snl1'llhl1'. lId.) 1)lIiTbe fruit is said to be sweet "nd I There was nothing diplomatic abort I s He tried many to called popular fluid extracts ot I'r.ckl.Ai'h mipo' l-o tii C t h, c.tivy:. :i.ii I 1114 wi',\ '
iililile and the size of i ihnrdy ";\ ; .t I. i It
: a pigeon's .tee.t'r..itlt.,
; I. 4if ihi* Vli .l!.. ,' ("It'ry: President Cleveland's coogh remedies and ateadilj tlr 'If'k
4-' w '"ull including Surgcoulluiiiiltoii and desirable slock-for warf- message. Straight jrrew wore Queen's Delight mid S.irsapariUa. with] .I rJnra'n: .! rt-M't I'7fU..u .
V V as a < forward alnost Waa reduced in flesh bad 'flr ;.ij.j"' '. I
blunt I'r_ p j.
directness not difficulty in the Iodide of J. _
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V : 1.I\t thc'lul of the ] addeil. .
nee |HH>p 4 ing the various varieties of *.-Pie- 1 P.I"ti. Id- 'li's
and Sregl"fiiJl
orange unable
strategic cunning, is its characteristic breathing was to aleep. claus tiidorse it ; 'uhtit: il.wi I LDealeNiHVt
nui.-l IK- j'K'ti-ck'c' j-v far zi i iV 'MnHMe.Col. ajrune.flht. bat Finally tried Dr. king New us a pU-ndid V4)4Ii.Ji,I- Binoil l'tirUler! gVE'% -
no one can fall to Diacovery (ttire. rh.
V _ see now that It is tion. It I b a '1\1\11 b.f..1
powerful tonic .J vitt'Iizea
t j for and
Consumption found )4trtItlmefl
V J ; K. M. Onvids-'n; operating as the most remarkably sneeeasf immediate I the! 1'1 ttap 'WhtttJ
: uns uiuininiotislyiK.mtitHtea I up belh".
system rapidly. If'Ulla..c ?l.fJlIl'f
J' ( atl (.cngl'l'UUMn fur the first t UM iws C9 are elected by the vote of ihe ;i can OUt.-St. Louis Rmnlito bottles found himself well acd baa bad i and feeble try one bottle. Take P. P. P -- ; I MERCMIt
t', V lilitliict! I. Miorifd.hiniafif. Col. Davidn entire county, but chapter 3,704 of ft bet i no return of the dlnnasa.No other remedy i and pain flesh and strength rapidly. It i is Sotie.;
V Laws of Florida providea that a justice of; ( d can show ao grand a record of cures is, best remedy for mnlarul poisons and ".- -f ,' ,.t!.. Inil i ..t.'
Couch > oldHcomft ;
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c_ hiK tiimUi fur'himself a ctfiii. record uninvited, but Dr. King. New wil! cure chills in J t- "" ,., \JI.'n. it"n.t t
V the and ctmstable for each justice'district Consumption tiuarau-j| every instance. Asa I. :. "II' V Ju.e .
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peace *. : ti
.. mid SH ivitlently tie choice! of tUc people, shall bu T.W bv the qQ&U dV. < niiMtti. vet H thec with i.M to do Just what ia dai ned for I tonic and regul.itor for females who ire i in tLt.';, f "., : ,{.. .. '{ L.i- .l..t 1 I.
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had I'.iiti"aa. -- > kinx Drug r a slate ol health it has no s I ', .' :; '. I i .i '. Hampton
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Who! is President' of our Couniy BoardrifileTiithY VTbat AlakM Hlri Chief Officer.unilerstand" I Ir""JI Hampton Gleanings.jLovely'Weather I

BR} FOItD"GOUI''l{: j lIKRPJIpfla'M ; "Wo1"-* -'- tK""'.:cw* 'I,. n *' "rm..1t f"' ,* with-floe_ruin_ *. a t -cw.iLANK.ENBvRo .. --,!
the "niithori'y! of iit!' q'iitr.n: ::
-- )leSfIl'S, Farmer; jvierulff's mill has j jlieen :
f.\ .t 31. L.f)rcKlnniy? is mnping I is' colt tAnl lip officer, Dr.-P""etJ..ut'ift 1:?I'w I'"] I closed down for a f-w dais: Ihb i ,

gtare, e ) 4t 18&8.or I'gins to (iiielr. utmost cep'cHyft i -\ : resolution t1iiL.wts Adopted ut n meeting: I' week on account of a leak in a flue. We ]) ; ; ) ,: ; ..
1 nf iiie lioiird of Health t-Rndfon? Couni :
--r---i hope they will be going again very soon. Tt'R1ITURE I F11M'RIU' 11
... ; '--r---I: '. 1 lntlIeiLvyrnh1v) forj wrekinve i if_ Ang. JOth 1888. Capt_ Klcl-cn .offered l 1. i J :j )
( Oranges are gradually brightening since
'ANSO E'I} filled the woods full_of water,!? ** j i Itt following resolution: the inin I bvgan.We .. ,:
: I' "" '* 1
---r- Jrlte f, 1 :i.t we. as o Bonn of Hraltb!
-F Clerk iRIrenItCuit. .. .Plenty.of'. mio '.now.days to)fill up thop'o'tuls I uf Brad foi t] County pn fed toqunmniinrran arc glad to see the name of B. Beds Bed-room Suits Parlor Suits Lounges Easy chairs :
candidate Haynes. Esq., I'S u candidate for Tar ,
I hereby announce mysHf a nnd clean 0111.1"creek!!. t Jacksonville.: : Tumpa 1'laiil I
for'the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court "'\ City, Mitncite anil nil llier ynJ-rw! r.-"C'! CuUt'Ct01'11'. II. is certainly tile mail Mirrors Windo w shades and fixtures Mattressess -
',, Bradford. County and respectfully ilrA. B. Hiers and friend frem Ocala invested points, and tii'l Dr. fr.l(' PI.wtn. fur the place. ,

oh r -it the ,,suffrage, ,of mv fcliow-citizeiiH paid: a vl.illo! Starke Ih'n week. B.S Healt' Officer ':.Murm tnlii-,CJ: trcJI of The real e talc owners round Lake Pillows Woven wire springs & Cots. .

at tbe ensulrg dl'cl1oo. I the Quarantine "xrvicc of Ihu County Navarre he'u: u meeting List Saturday .
Yc.ry Ht''p.tful1y. Fresh stock of onions and with full for )his services. I and '
apples potatoes -. compensation miim lo terms about d'liining) Ihe
II. F. YORK. just! leceiveo at Walter Wills. 'This resot ntic n was carried unanimously. said lake. This is a mud move and Picture Frames made to order. Upholstering of all'. kinds Solicited. Cash or ea*r payments.Gastre .

-------- candidate Afterwards Dr. Powell risked thrl an will IK the in ans of reclaiming: about one Bloolfc ST-A-IEWKIE.: TPT. A _
Ibelw announce myself a Hay by the car lo&d 1.15 per advisory committee be adrKtinted to consult thousand acres of the best land in the 5
li 'no\ce\ of Cleric! of the Court ofI -- -- -- -- -- ---.--- - -::: -
rfte hundred at Truby Stembiig & with him if necesAry wlu-n. L. Wit- Stale. Woik will begin next week. -- : -i1
solicit ,
I Bedford county' and rei-peclfully kavsVi and S. F. G.udircr wrr:' arndnt! ORANGE
at the Co. Mr. M. N. IJ'.anton's: friends have an- COLLEGE
uffl'ftgt'i jfellow-citlzens us :uch committee.L. '
IIIe pou.ic.-d! him for Justice nt the Pence for GARDINER PACE

flMlIDg ekCOfl.ry!! W.Rcswctfnllj! !T.V %V.EEKiJudge. The machinery for Mr. Knight' .*a'? WITKOVSKI,, this c1sslll'' '. SI'filRJLA": ; 1-YLA. AND. .
J. C. RIChArD,
f'j j mill )IMS arrived and will he 'Rtt tlptl i REPORTER. r
-1 G. P. YOCKO. -
For County *
that 11. aniaranmwe -. (nncc. .1.. M. 'fau.v Concerning Naturalization. STAriKE Bradford County. Florida
:'l hereby ,Announce _. SESSION OF 18889.Fall ,
of : 4 .
| for t'l-c/ CltllCC piinJy udgc. Hats! Hats, !! Hats!' !!! SeeTrniivtStcrnbtirg
j Ri-ujtrct fully. : t'OWEI.L.JOA, CO: ::>nrrvE.Pensacola j I Term Opens BondnSept..
J. II. RlCIIAIlD. & Co.'s mammotii dfs- !;;) rr :'E.\TT Fill., Aug. 10th 1888. :3rd 1888. .
play. I D. An S:.:: REAL ESTATE AGENTS. : .
For Iicri1t'I i Ij4er4rt>lotii n'ypeltt. candidate Why don't somebody in kc ampaign It has iM-en said that in -.o: country lathe of attenlion being given to the Rates per Mouth: 1.5O.2, and .

liereliV office announce of Sheriff( Bradford: coun- sptc-ch in the county? People will soon world do so Jar e a ;)irorvjrti -n of its miller of naturalization. If a special effort 3.5O DollarM. .
fur the offellow farmers own the bud"they till HS in thh is trade :sow, to seek nut those legally >1
solicit the suffrage foi who the candidates.
find rcfJ;t'ltfully get arc
citizens: at I the ensuing election.: I itnd yet thousands net :i* is they werj entitled to naturalization our vote can All'.Tuition due at THE END

."('ry R'-'pfctfuHy. Mr. Jos. T. rcwle.B! lus: iiis cng ni.: ':.n'l lmacliinciy .merely tenants nnd liable to 1 c turned out thereby be materially increased. This OFEA CII MONTH, and Patrons ORANGE GROVES ,
at time.trhe amount (.f work dona effort should be and should t -
any thorough.
11 Exnv; W. Kri'KRbOX.At here tor his rice mill and cotton will be expected" to settle Promptly. .
every spring and fall, in opening furrows include every locality. IT SHOULD BE
tli! solicitations: f many friends I gin. and is busy putting Ibem up.) for surplus water to pass off from the sur- DONE AT ONCE. As a rule, the tendency Free Term will begin the First IMPROVED FARMS

tpreby bounce invsdfnsa candidate Quite a number--\ -of our-citizens.- tired of face. would soon dg! ai'd lay an under- of the newly made citizen is to vote the Monday in October, and will be ,
office of Sheiiff of Bradford couu- druiD through which water would forever Democratic ticket. We should therefore FREE to County Pupils. .
tf'tt for Ibe the coming election, and resp<:ctfUlry.Wicit seeing their ront yards' hare, are plan'.in: pass away under ground, and requireno do our part to invest him with this right, absolutely is i offered to i WILD- LANDS. &
; the 1jfl'ag{ of my fellow- whtc! Dutch clover as anejtpcriinent.Mr. ] extra" cxpenre. Considering that! r. well and afterwards see to it that be votes withus. Every Advantage BUSINESS ,
laid rnderdrain is a permanent irnDwcinec' those desiring a good
cilizcP8. I W. ",. TCICL1X \. L. von Kirn ; Celling I } nut hn'siofk no fanu investment pay belter interest Youis very truly.V. EDUCATION, at a Nominal Cost. ) -

"*.r- -' - ----- -- of b- ols 11'1,1 I shoes b'clo 7 c:>st. St in, the saving of labor in drniniiig! \ J>. CHIPLEY. Chairman :For Full Particulars apply to 1,000,000 Acres of land belonging to the FLORIDA

for TJ.X] Collector. !;::s ;lir"u new advertisement in lliu. lifsti. low jinniml, to say nothing of (lie fact AtJi'M, Pensacol' Fla. C. 4.STftRKE. DENTON, A. H., SOUTHEHN RAILWAY CO. .listributcd throughout HIP !state, and
Tlie friemls of R.'Haynes announce him hat: the water which soiks: awny underground L. B. W OIBWELI., PRINCIPA L. ,

II K'11 candidate for Tux Collector of RnulJurd Thy (jinrtlavvho, have been on duty ut (i : leaves the soil richer while tint crctllry. extending southward from tIle south boundary of Georgia la Fort HarrelJ,
Conuty nt th- ensuing election, and Ir'e-MiUMtiu.i for 'he past week pi's d ]I which washes over the sin face ::Jrric''! nil: -- ---
of )Us fellow-cltizrns. the feitihty.! X01'ICE. INSTITUTE. in Monroe
.sk the, buppOlt 1I.1'1I1h oa their w.iy Tuesday I county.
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JlAKY FniEXDS. I I hive! appointed the folio wingnamedDh'iict .
night.to1'I' A Lhle-TinneTiouble AvcrtcJ.Tatp Registration Officers in and for SESSION OF,1888-89. Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are vf/ered to
; a candidate! for the I I Tenn. 4, 1883.Fh September3rd.
i I announi-e myself who Springs. July Term begins Monday,
1rs. Irene Roattsin has Iteun
office! of Tax Collector for Bradford county stop-, Swift Specific Co Atlanta. Ga. : the several Districts of Bradford County, 1888. BONA FIDE SETTLERS.
and solicit the futTrl\ <: of my fellow- ping at the Kentucky House for several During the spring of 1871, while workIng FloiKa.; i ; viz:
ntoix at tbe coming election. months, left this week: fur her home in j I in the field at my home in Morgan Law I ej', Distr. No. 1 E. G. Hill; FACULTY.F. -

1 I HENRY Fours. Kentucky. i I county GIt I pulled off my shoes to give Lake Butler. 2 N. L. M'K1nneYj; WESPY, Ph. D.. M. D.. (Universities 350,060 Acres of William* aa4 8....'. Uul a4 Iuds ot
i and ) Principal
my feet a rest. Unfortunately, I walked of Iipsic!: Straasburg.
thereby' annou.Ke: myself office of a candidate Tax: Collector The firm of Young & Knight bus dis- '. :(Into "clump of poison oak. and in a fer Palestine 3 C. W. Douglas; I anti Professor of.Ancient and Modem Sam'l A. Swann, situate on both sides of the FIorid 'fUUv.y sod N ?iga-

i for ic election to the so'vul' lays feet were in a terrible condition Providence, 4 A. C. Odom Languages.
by mutual contend T. A. Knight j my ;
of Bradford county, anti I'espt'cl-| II ind I could not pit on a shoe because of ., BENJ. S. SIMMONDS J!{. (Dartmouth Co : line of Railroad between Fernandlna, on the Atlantic edut, ftad
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solicit the bupport of my fellow- ccuti.mej in Im mill and Mr. Young i ; Litesville. Kelley; I of Mathematics and
fully j I lI'o 1 *or;:>iess and swelltng. I was treated College.) Professor
j Starke, 6 R. R. Joiner Cedar Keys on the.Ui11C of Mexico.
Cltl7.'-IIS. the teams and will do the hauling 'is poison ofck cases usually al'e. and ever- ., ; Sciences. ,
1 Kespi-ctfuily: I -- j'Ii I h'ng was healed up. About the same Hampton, 7 B. Haynes.The I MRS. N. A. WESPY Principal of
M. M. HALE. 1 ) Emm:; hogun and Hiss Ivy ar-
time: the following spring, 1872. my feet books will be kept open at the Primary Department. i

...t'lf us a candidate for IIvld in the city Wednesday an the evening I 'xcaoie sore again, as at first and every rotlng: place in each District PS requiredby MISS MAY DAWSON. Instructress hi ORANGE GROVES and IMPROVED FARMS
I it urn fli lice m train horn l\U\ $islppi. Miss Ivy will i .;.ucceeding spring for five years brought Music.
Tia-C >llecior for Bradford! ( 'Clunt) and statute until the last Saturday (the 29th .
.bt Prof. D-nlon in back the same condition of the disease DKPARTE TS. A SPECIALTY.
of u :: Orange College. |
the biiflrage
(\O earnestly! boli'it:; : my i fII only ei-ch time it became more distressing i.y) o: :September I8i'8. at whict time DEPT Through .
electiou.. PRIMARY :
ensuing 1st.
nt t -
I fcllow-cilizcus lj c T. W. S\v1T. .- lbstriplioIl; was started this .Iclouse I began to think it was a life-lime I the books will close and none can register Third Reader. Arithmetic through Send for discriptive pamphlet maps etc. When making ap
:1011 hIe. Finally I was induced to try
rttck: for Jacksonville In a | : I herci'fler. Fractions. First Lessons in Geography.
-:::-1-1rct' Swift's Specific.[ 1 took !six bottles!, DncItlHtl whether to the PLEAS
: lands
: Tax A ".e'oi."or. 15\10\ t :imo flOO was subscribed; and ; am entirely well. My improvement E. L. Ouoir, 2nd-INTEUMEDIATE DEPT vlication for principal or agents

I lit'i('','iy myscl.; acnn due' fcrfU"( ti,1!} tl> tlu; T-Jlicw 'ii Tax isvi disease remains. I shall take j Composition.
fCo. I l'-n o of the DEPT
8t't--Ur l Biiiiiro-ljcoiKity I ; at tile cnt-uing ''e.isure in testifying as t<. its curative I Bucklen's Ar. ca Salve. ; 9 1888
--- Arithmetic Algebra
election! n!i.l leFM'cifully: sot'ici t Jlie tuj: I- I, U.; V. J. Shipmau. Iepu'ilbtu: candi- rll )Crtlcs. II is the, greatest: hi. . of inV:! tow-citizens. I bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hlieum, Fe- WonllAnalyfels, Physics, UUt
pulL RespccUully.J. d4te for Governor, passed through the I Ln e"i Yours tence. truly. J. L. MOROAN. re- Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands Chilblains or German. Engl. Literature. Grammar S) WtTIOVSl.t?s

E. W AIK IGIIT. city this week on his way to South FlorIda Treatise Blood and Skin Diseases I : Coins! and all Skin:: Eruptions, I Composition.
oa .
where he >s trying to recruit his fClf'csfor and positively cure Piles, or no pay re 4thi-COL[.EGIATE DEP'T: Subdivided
hereby announce myself as a candi nni'ed free. quired. It is gurnnteed to give perfect I into two courses either of which may
talc for the office of Tax Assessor and full work. !, TIrE: SWIFT SPECIFIC Co.. Drawer 3. interaction, or money refunded. Price he pursued at option of student;

bOlidt the titTngc of fellow-citizens Atlanta Garoceedings 15 cents per box. For sale by i. CLASSICAL COURSE: Latin Greek,
Louis Dohic who has been sick vith
I J. L. G ASK f'\S.
c.lcdiOl i iNOTICElFELECTION Rhetoric. Elocution, Composi-
I\t 1:16: lwd \lgebra.
yellow: fever in Jacksouvillc; is now ie- of Commissioners. ft.oods
County Pal8t
Very Respectfully, lionh. Dry
j M. U. MAKKUY.I I ported as dischurgtid. lIe will now be .Sept. 4th, 1888. ; j I BUSINESS COURSE: Advanced Al- I.

able lo i ontinuc his hUl ine:s without fear Board met slit' o'clock H. in """M m- 'jebrn. Geometry. Logarithm and Trigo-
uiiumucc myx'lf: a candidate for the I all Minutes of lu t meeting : Cu'culus, German. French Bookkeeping
.ers present. lometry.
uf tLc di .. this To the Sberill'ofllradford Co. ;
for Bradford = :e CUEOU. j ; -
office: of Tax A tsevsor cad and adopted. The case;: of Malik- Rhetoric Elocution. Composi- .
c'oulI-1 --
[ ty,' and! solicit the votes of my '1 he aside!!: work on the bank buildin) ,, hunter, who died at the house of \Jc<:. of the State of Florida: I iou.

|cKl/.fiiii at the ensuing; elecl'.un.THUS.. V.> Baisden during last month was KKOW YE. Mint 1. JOHN L. CRAW TERMS: PER MONTH: ST.AB.KE .. ItII Fr A.
? pud looks birdoine
J. DEKLE. is ii".iily comple.l'-i, : ,. PS nought before the Board, am1! a wmranl FORt), Secretary of State of the Slate of Primary Department. |200. Interme- : .' '"
I as '\ cabinet box.. It Is finished; in 10 issued in favor -f Mrs. G. W. do Notice that a ; "'" -
l-'or County Treasurer. I II For $ was }Florida, Iicreby give (:Late Department. $2.50. -Collegiate,
Lurly pine. Mr. i-I(-ily1, destrve.'airdit uisden[ as payment for nursing dep- GENERAL ELECTION J>cpurlmc nt. :$:.1. 50. Collegiate: Departmemit. -

iinnounce tiiybelf as a candidate for : fur his fine workmanship.i ioved thc account: of the i-lieritf against 'I will he held in Biadford County State of l. $4.00 Music 10 lessons per mouth, ; :'
rt'- lcdlon to the t.ltKc of County Tivas- ( he t Slate: for board of 4 prisoneis, fro9; 20 Flcricla. on Tuesday! next succeeding the *3.50.:> Omtstic ant! If mtqjTThlte :q) ooas,
Ultr Alf linulford County, at the c'mmiug'ell'rtiOIl. rr.m : private i i'-tter we" le-rn thittlilr.Mr. fllr the nionib; Au ut-t. Appii! =:atson lor first Monday iu. November A. D. 1888 During the period the school receives a

mid earnestly solicit the 8U1'pol| | it B. J. L'larkwho taughtliO<)! in this' :ncicn e tlf pauper monthly allowance the si-id Tuesday l eing the ... subsidy (rout the, county $1 per
f( ny Illy tin: nch) J refused. Order to buildjr'ulge
.lUes the
: : month will Ixs dc-iucted from rates
J.V.. KKII.UM. I Ins; year is now a professor tkiSoutli I < SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
Double Run near P. P.rt'yon's < 'IO&R XiiUCOfg
across reiluctions IUJluePT
nf each Other are *
department. I r ,
--- -- Wei G or1.Agl'icutt r l College.. place, rescinded, aid $25 given: For four Electors of President and Vtce- in
made discount grunted, except
not ir
of Public United
|11'or SiiperinteiHleiit \Te wish ilr.! Clark! much t1CtI. iaake good payable road through President of the. tlltes.
o a the case of a patron sending as many :t s
Instrziction. of the Second
.Md Run, M. R. Bcasley and O. Hayueseuijj For one Representative four of his own children. Bills will U GENT'S AND SOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND
District of Florida the
andidate for the Col. Fleming will be in htarke op-'Sj"- Congressional
1 aniounce ntyhclf n 1. appointed: to superintend the same. sent at end of each mouth, and are expected -
[ office of Sjperiuicpdeiit of Schools in urday the 2Jnd. and Gen. Builock. \ ill Chairman: Witkovski prestnti bfll for(4C..05 I Fifty-first Congress of the United States. to be sc-Ilk'd: promptly. Pupils entering FINE CLOTHING. .
of the State of Florida. |
l Bradford C'Bounty hnd the palro-iage be here th 29th nt lake Butler as expenses incurred by the quarantine Foi a Governor school after the school month has commence
on ? onOct.
... of Stale for the :State of -
jcf tlie' people( in the coniu: election.I I of which $3G3.5u: had been !paid by Tor a Secretary 1st and at Lawley on the 2m\ Next i iveek Florida.
I U. P. YOUNG: 1
' >:teruburg &; Co. ruruant"ith I full for that
1'ruby, ended will l IIC chanrert in
___, -" we'will publish the pplioinimunts i the request of the Board of Health: it was For an ,Attoruev-General of the State of month. Di. F. WESPY,

I announce myself as u candidate for I in lull. i' rdeied: that H tax of one mill on the uc-1- Florida. I Principal. SELLING ov'i fistcern!
I the otfce of S'iperii'tcnderi( Public instruction ---- lar be levied for defraying the necessary For a Comptroller of ths Stale of Flor .

,for tit( county of Bradford ntI Mr. K. Ji. Joiner lisa a subscription L-xpen.x'8, as provided for by I law and the ida.For
I the election' and solicit the Treasurer of the State of Florida. ESTATE.
ensuing support instructed. said a I REAL
Tax Assessor to levy
in hb possession: for a !bell 1! for. of Public lustruc-

I of my fcllov-citizens.T. a. ANDERSON the Baptist church. lie has: a'ready I sum upon for the all taxable 1883. property italic" tiou For of a the Superintendent State of Florida. J. E. Low. J. P. PATT: C. E. To Reduce My Immense Stock of No.
county year & NOTAKT PVBUC.
I l
srbscrbed $J1. Any n. who wishes C rd led, that M. V. Smith repair the For a Commissioner of Agriculture of
hereby announce myself n candidate I Ifurtbe to contribute toward this bell will budge across the credo at Judge]; I. the State of Florida. LOW and PRATT. '
oflice of of Public BOOTS and
ouperinlendent I For three Justices of the Supreme Courtof SHOES !
Insliucllon for Bradford County, and call. on the above.In Ivicbard'a mill and present lo (/ n'l II. the State of Fl"rida. .
bolicit tile of fdlu\v-tiuzcns at I I -- for payment.A" I 15th Senatorial Orange Groves
&uI'I'Ot the
| | i-iy For a Senator of ,
i our l..i>t ssuc we said that th iloob : W Cockiell &; Son's bill of $50 fur

the coming .:'.lectiun.t Jo Eru 1.. 111 LI.. would be open for registration until ten suit arguing l laid the On petition in the court a public house I I District.For two :Members of House of Repres- City {Property, I am offering All Goods in ay line :

iI 1. days before election, which wat an ei or, I I entatives.

announce tyyselt ns a candidate foiI : as the registration books close on tie: lastS.turday t road where, running the Lake from Butler New nC RUIN Worthington bridge to For a County Judge. TIMBER LANDS in any part. TTTnTXT COST .
I olectum to the ofiit-e of Superintendent of : For a Clerk of the Circuit Court.For I / '
Instruction for : and iu this month, and no one can Springs road .crosses the Ft. Call und I I Or FLORIDA. .
1Urlllfurd J County Shel iff.I .
t j eurnc-flly solicit: the Mippoit of all the I register this year after that date. I Surke road, on condition that the peti- For a Tax Ascssor. II I Ii i LOANS PLiCED ON IMPROVED
voter ut the November election. tioners should iecure the light of way toro I'I Tax Collector. Come and for !
For a PRO PERT?. see yourselves
I C. J. BllYAXT.For i 1'l'u1J'T. E ieinbuig & Co. have received I ('(\8t for the county was granted. For a County Treasurer.For I

'liis: wk a soli : I ar l.,;'d of iut .I.' diree' County vaninis were i itssuedfor pauper I Superintendent of Public I Civil iiginecringr, Surveying, i :
Meaiber} of School Board. monthly u1:0lUll': o an.ouuiing to $62.5O, a County ; A. L. Ton KIRN.A .
:.lorn the lay e p.u-kinsi hoiue of .Ai.: our I I Instruction. ami Conveyancing. -
,,ud othervarranls as lollows: ..._
;j lii-iebv t fliinoanrc mvself n candidate .. Co. This the firstjir 1 of'I' For a County' Surveyor. :: _w. : _
Cliicago. is 'J H Moire: biidgu woik :$ ;36.90J I I -+!'
for a Member (.f Scho'ol) I oard: of Bra JI I Fjr u Justice of the! Peace in and for GREEN COVE SPRING FLORIDA .
.'. fl.ippfd II' t.lrke.Lnll fur ohnson. 3 cnlps VI.tK.> .
I finil l .iuniy, miJ.! ii'spccuully Milicil the !.lU eve. .v each Justice District in said County. '"
J sullrasje of my ft-ll ..v-riiir.en3 at the en1 ,;< .> bo l I \ve believe the lir t.1' .7 Con nOI. 1 :a 00I For a Constable in and for each Justice No. 4 ROCKER BLOCK. : ",

': 1 uing election. Vc.-y Respectfully) ret evei ussier' il to any one fiin; III J)I W n Kelly chllr.I". registering in 1887" Ji.l.oO 10 District in said ('(mnl\'. POST OKFICI: LIX-C Box ttt Ai: ..:.... .
' .1. C. \'ltD. The attention of the Sheriffs ia cailetito rituluis mxl Liiho. ruhi ViVws ol ,i
the State. T; his firm have: Inrg.- wlio.t) : ii i' M L MsKinnvy 2.40 -
notice will he t44u1t >n
the law requiring them to cause the Green ('USpl iIb,4 ap'pli"alitlI.
i'or u-to t'iis? I'eac'. lr..di well their 1.lcallwmJ) trade. U [. Odom. 3upervisor Registration 25.00
e | ) : us of said election to be published a news- i l'lIrnj8l'ond.tW6 $11 Li ted. A full line of SCHOOL BOCKS, _
The friends of Louia Witkovski la' I 11 VV Epperson board'g piisouers IS 40 I ,, '"
t ;? printed in the county if there be a -
On account of the mails late O P Young, lumber 1.7;; paper recently adopted by the School "
U' beiag so In
in :
t, 1:1: iPuro nnnouncin him Jts :i can h in the county and if there, l lie no I
.;: <..te tor thc. :-illlce I !ot t Justicv of the Peac $ming at night, a great many of the cit-'!I I I.J J Back, bridge work 3.00 1.75Mo.gaa's paper no paper published' the county theyshall I. (). L. KEENE' I L Hoard. Also the Reed,nod Kellogg
t) 1 for the Sist'.i District. .)f bounty' think it their tovait 0 il Geiger rep'g jail at least five copies of ibis no- '
I\zeti? beau li) duty I Bazaar G.50( cause Millinery Fancy Dress Goods Grammar which will be..wd at introductory
I Mill! stationery -
11 solicit lha utfnu:? of Uu voters at tice to tie tosled in the most public placesin ..
i: tile ensuing ulccllon. around. the .lepot exposed to the ni; hi I C Webb. ; ubl'g sundry notices 7.50 the ( ; Old Grammars
county GLOVES. ,, prices.
utino.'phero until it arrive.6. It would 1 be U Btasley, Co. Commissioner 8.6T> KCfTlONS. .
1 .__ __ much better for us all to stay indoorslifter' I.M S Andrews, '* 40 hereunto set mv hand and affixed Silk Umbrelh". Zephyrs and all kinds! taken in exchange, aim School Sup- .

I r. I dark froru now until frost. If thereis G: W V Clyatt.&liih., "" 6,20 7.80:: 1 L. q1, the Great Seal 1 of the Stale of of material for Illi(.'&. At MORGAN'S BAZAAR,
CIT MEWS.I'ixe Tallahassee, the, Capital FC1neJU'op1r..
Florida at
$ any diEe ;e lo catcii; nt all, it will b' Mrs. Gen. Baisden, nursing etc. 10.00 I this the twentieth, day of j the STATIONJCUV and J &"DCTOT. .
"- contracted while waiting for th; ni' 'itnails. II F York, (;l'k and Aud lor 13.00T. C::-Pninn" attention to orders.Vcsl .
A. D. Tor.
i August. \ Ba St. f.-inrn.
t )'otInd4 of good Rio coffee S. & Co., cash W.50< JOHN L. CB4WFOK0, I JAOKSOXVII.LK. v\.t I .
? for I quarantine sundries 30.70 Secretary of :Stale. -
t', one at: Trubv. Stcrnlmrj
"''\. Co.'t'. tiollat R'.'v. J. R. Sharpe, Pastor in'St Paulse1narh .". disinfectants for town 18.25W 2.85jail HENRY W. EPPERSON, I For Sale.On I -

_ material Sheriff Bradford Co.
t _
in Jack sea ville and formerly cf W 6 40 _0 ." .nnn .
Tumblin, board'g quaranfd Tallahassee. U., Aug. 2U, i000.
miles from
I Crosby 2J
f, i Truby, JSternburj & Co. are offering this city. died at Jacksonville last week of I D Alvarez, quir. services 13.50I 'I Starke. 10n j Laml! beautifully, sit .

: ; )genuine bargains; in every c1elIUllUl'llt. Jl'lIofl'vcr.. Mr. Sharpe was a man well Rivers & Joiner. medicines 7.6( uatecl, 8 cn"" under fence free from;I -

loved by his people His death has caused M M Hae! Tax Collector: 28.22 stumps in fimordir to cultivate any of

--invoice- .) glom" to fall_upon us. He waat man --- the, knitive croupon; ; 2 acres: III STAftKE CARRIAfiE.P ACTORY.'W'agonMade
&ii.t1i"Iarge I ii of d]a'ygolllsrl'l'C'I'cc1 'The i'olowin! short obituary notice: is Strawberries, 225 Orange trees. 100 .

this \; .k'\t T-t'1J8t.1'11, just in the prime manhood, vth bright I clipped fiop a New! Yoik n pe"r and \vill Pear and other Fruit Trw-s Grape Vines

burli &Co.V prospects before him. During Ins short I lie read with regret by many of our cit &K.H small frame hoii.sef with good .

t stay in Starke he purchased a lot and I izens.: :Mi. Pollock has spent several ,1.j<1'_ water, risjLl ou thc! porch; u tine Horse, r J : .

30 City Lots for tale cheap built a tine large house -*tIt 1 winters in the city at the pleafant home .... .W. :...III. harness Jtc. :FIr particuhu '
upon .
Centrally: located. N. J. I of Mr.( and Mrs.Y.. Walters. ; apply to / I : To Order
it, IOlleti Apply "Roliert H- Pollock hit lawyer. die l I JOSEPH MELCHER, / .N
Starke, Fla. is impassible for us or any other I at 409 West Twenty-third street late on 9-t23 Siarke. 11\.
I _
--,-- I newspaper man to see each subscriber In ; Thursday! night. after a protracted: illness : '
Another of Ideal and Presh'lcut I Plows MaC\e" TQ r ErL:
ear in the forty-fifth of his! lie was I.: i
I person, so we try to mark a large cross year ige. '
flour received bv Truby, Stern- graduated al Ilurward] Law School and ; FOR SALE. I -
opposite the name on the piper When the
burg & Co. flii week" for many years practiced at the New '
[ subscription expires. If the paper is not York Bar having -in office in .Nu*:&aU sir 20 Choire Building Lots, I Repairing ot'all kinds dons neatly .. !1ispa1c.

1'Jte: firstisolid 1 carload: of nails \ruled longer it will be proper to I leave it He was a Mason of high degree being n "

Itliatcver camo to this countyvas iu the office but if taken out.' the, party Past Master of Bethel! J Lodge a memberof At IONIA! .Kinsley 1.11.111)

z Irervivea;: by 'rnliv" .Sternburg & Co. \\!i1-I tAis it out responsible, for the pay I Zephyr. Knights Chapter Templar.and"Morton Commandcry. : va few ,niiiutewulkioJuiiit P. 0., HORSESHOEING, BrArJJxo. ,.

)I [* fcw Ja'ts :to. and we shall expect it. If your paper is

One iJ : marked twice, do nqt be offended, butc I conespoudeut of the DeFuuiak Critic: Store, School:; I and l''urt.h..I1It'' .. :
''ar kinds'
"' viI! buy 200-lb.) cackvcrpool - ) -- All of Iron and Wogg Wwk SGtI1r4-
If -me promptly and settle. ,. in mentioning a recent increase. the AKINPOWDER :
: ;: salt at Trubv" Sterneg'4Co.h. family of one of his neighbors. Irops inti Lois are ISO; fet-t front ami 300 feetdeep

:; It has been noticed thtt a_good many of poetry as follows! : "Jeff George has *

A. fine lir- -<. of----fertilizer-- constantly our business men 'are in the habit of putting I bright il smile was u on girl his, and face he this thinks week.thai althoug'a and: ail cleared. and set t" frnit I i 1} you wan fa Buggy{ lYagoa, Buepjdj; $ lJ/ftIefJJl1f.

their mail matter onto the Irani instead '.Tlii is I bargain anti willI|l I
()hand trees. a
: old '
| by Tniby, Slcrnburg & Co. of mailing the post\ office.. It I I St. Peter slept. or any other vehicle from a Baby eaffJq4.: I fR G U71d-Wa9Ju1a

? A few I may not hc kuuVn by all that the only And left the piles of Heaven ajar. only! _be open! for a few weeks. !
K'wiiur machines will)) beby When through a little angel 1 crept :I want short nol
on $
n master gi'lsJe I. -i\amp9he Pure. can supply !JOur -e.
. lc1 pay post l
diea1, 'iVubv. Sternbun it I And came' down with falling star. Absolutely There is i i.o humhuir about this i
Ritiifels. It makes 'diffarence -
no how -
\AJ. And when the broke I
--- innny he sells':lor. how much mall he has With tenderness, his morning blushing bride Thi. powder nf>ver varies. A .... -v 1,: Pl'opo..iti| but :.1 clear case of I Int I It Carriage Manufacturing Specialty.

sutThcLibe\ ;;, warned to look out for to distribute. WeJ.ielleve. that this i is only I Awakening from sume pleasant dreams I or purity, strength and than wholew the ordinxry-$">jMorn t A

r ILt X tnT... on the margin or wrarper of n matter tbouhtlesuutss .and that hereafter Found that angel by her side.; kinds and eoonoinical cannot be sold iu <, >uii>etiiiou I 'res Sty. .,Price___.. only_:%1.5t 0 per lot 1

I their! P.)It means that your suhscrip1S; all letters will be mailed at the post-.j I I.j with the multitude of low Um, shun I if taken at once. Address! rare of IA.E.HOITT I _
% U Ion ha .... > It i U said that tlio Finrilll.rugt't'I ii I weight, alum of phosphate powders, erJ.
tett.i 1. If!', etd areinittauce. X' I office at least half an hour before train I Atlanta from the fever represent u capitaof I Sold only in cans. Royal Bak n f Pod --
this Oo.>fli for fuithur information
ti Co. 106 Wall-st.. N- Y.
al e. 23.000,000. r ,
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TAMAGE'S.fiERiON. Pretty well, Iank you; prettyweiL"Bbe and heroines.. Wao are those pappereternity or. i FACTS FOR FARMERS. 'I'IIe. ..1-... V S ED17C TIONRoanoke
,.. : There I*a strange little animal too small
neVer the'gatcsoiHsatenf -
"I will tell In the delirium trndgiaj'off from I.--
4f !','. : of her last slkes you she may tell all the Who are they f.To Lord Claver- "., -Farmers who must have hired men to be Men without microscope, which baa T Collvonnrj I IIx

I I A. Disconrwyba' *'The Martyrs ol .ecrets of but she will not houses and tna Herods and those who had 'ttxhelp them in their farm work ought become quite famous because of iU powerto tt'sfJIlsSAVESO
Be Is called the
endure heat and cold. Tfl*VIZOThIA
: Every-Day liftd.1* tell that. Not until the books of eternityare .cpter and crownS and thrones, bu &tt' to forget their overworked wives.Ikiis rotifers or wheel-bearer, because he kv.rsl CaSuII for DsrreeL Al aj

I*. .y '. ,.' opened on Methroneiof, judgment lved for aggrandizement' as much need of extra work. seems to bear two wheels In front of him. WEagItab.andSta&t.aUon Yteu..poun. .
and of nations
: will.aver"be itnbWa what'she -suffered.Oh 'they \hroke ,
the.hear' 'bi" b'f the kitchen the farm. These creatures lire In the mosses Larve LLbrj. Bs
The ThoVlio as on tiny
Itejrardi Afrnltlnj ye who are twisting a earlandpor the Heroes of earth, paupers In eternity. StudentS Irma$Slates and
out.1Wbi JatioDII and Trial, : 1 beat--ttredrums '? :cuntry boys ought to be taught that are found on old roofs. When it rains xuallT flUftAfl* EXPSIII tor nIne MO5&l.
of their eternal ;
! :; 1 victor, put it;on that pure brow. When despair. active and run about to jet One es or$be.ePWPW1U ease ._4(liitJUdtnC;tuition.bosrd>*.y

Do Their Whole JJutlCor't..* she i dead the neighbor will beg linen &rwoeil, woe! te. .use -.and. value of money. Many afarmer's"Iwy food they are but very when the sun, dries np the roof dollars ID .eeor' ..UJpeT. are 2Z ? PrO iHlLr-XT. D ITfH.* *ror

q..I. nation Day In. uea.ea.y.- .to .mak'ber a shroud, and she will be .VBut there is great excitement in Heaven. is growing up to manhood they;shrivel up, remaining so for weeks specially pre, JVJJLD.pAI g
: .1It '
crried out in a plain box with no silver Why those long procsions1 Why the witljjno knowledge of business, and are apparently dead. But a warm Medicine
; her for she ha lived a booming of that great bell in the tower! Family BETHLEHEM ACAD]
plat t years, Uttle'education revives them and after lying for
; P.'DeWitt.Talqia delivered the tel Iris but. and self-reliance. shower j.fiit.1 key remove
coronation in Heaven. Who art manS
of tritl and The day and sapplies SPMIMOt. Miss
uand years anlliih months in a roof covered with snow and MOLLY
following discourse L"The_ rr'rsot cit.'oung (roOt
-1 Ltfe'itdit4 gamblers and swindlers ,\ ( slroY d those rising on the thrones with crownsof S men will bo illy preparedto ice,they will spring up and be as lively as unhealthy .ripiaC. 'fs leetitSIlon 1$ eondsctS I'? tha
Every-day iffl&"fncourse con. eternal ? must have been 'fnto the active business &. body, wtilloa&t
her husband will not romo 10 the royalty They entej> pursuits The has been made of
of ;.'at Lakeside His ever. andold.Pflce t !
r popf i2thleb.m
I funeraL great people on the worldrenownedpeople. : { Adapted yonnx 17051'rh. I. W
; text wast. .- Oae carriage will bs enoughfor eart life.There picking them out of cold forty degrees below EVERYWIW..B depot. opee
I ;No. in ragged BOLD
that fUerat-m3 carriags to a
Thou are two things a farmer can zero and then putting them on a warm
bardDl'&S.-n. Timo-I
: \*-, -.., tncrcfye/ciidure..M '-.ji,11.t- carry the orphans and the two Christianwomen I school. Taught In a ragged school! Is never have enough of: One is feed, stove, when all the signs of life would re-
r -'. IJ # who presided over the ob3 quie that all? That is all. Who are thosettVwav1ng turn. They have been buried in the earth 80win lacJ Fru .t '
Historians slow s \ eternal do- the o her. is manure. Feed obviously t93 [ Huntsville Female'HUNT.VILLE
are to acknowledge But there is a flash nnd the opening of a r< scepters of for two w eks.but.would revive by having

1' the..tatedls;of great millfarr chieftains.Te celestial door, and a shont: "Lif up yonr .inionP, Why, they are little children wbc make manure, for it enables the warm water poured over them. Borne claim II.:1 r T'PLU $.I '

Te bave h'ej/uUvJeh'gtb;portraits of,.the yo everlasting] gate let her on invalid mothers. That all? farmer to keep more cattle, and some that they really do die and come to life "will ALA.

If. .. ciothcc .Washlngtons, the Napo. head !" And Christ will step forth,,That is all. She was called "Littlfe llary' can always .be purchased cheaply in again; but science shows this to be untrue. .. will.S.S&..eI&$ ...-. .*..- ll..nUMI01f'. JIWQ
t Ieonrt31 t 'elllngtons of the world. and ''Come iu2% suffere-l with me on earth. She is an Empress now. Wh Interior. a. .IaII J 'b.,112541r4I. ... day MSIbSt I. OuiWlags rnadI'aDd
sa : ve .IM I.5VOedfleaItb.wm1 "
vinter i'iwll
!"r- and make :
,' ( History is not*:nrlltlSf fa*,Mpct int, but en fljiruT, ti, glorified with me in Heaven." I are that great multitude on the highest the a good ._- __,-_...111 styli_.$10.. I.4.t wftb, ft-y ._ i.,Wal.u iiWOSDWW. .w. etlley. All 1JIPStOSSIS et ..

)h I f ;, withfrjt ot. m14..go Vfcft Is jti
,e. ; I II of hFa inittng6 ot wiil't ttoll "ofc**:**"'e thron* of the Lord God : they fed they clothed th secure a good crop of grass it until you have got a glimpse of the mind, __ aiebIii 18 ..UOLUL1,a-lItT.SS'1"wm lI..p tI yWII ,tI. r l'ca t&Of'. or .eo&

.; bq.whe m&'debf 6 L1ver;or gpld, or precious Almigity find the Lamb." "& doubt : naked, they healed the sick, they comforted S is fully as necessary as with any other the spirit the character behind the face. .M.uS.s.w_.t.ti.s w.whs 4..nt usli uk a.,._I.I... ...stui.quiiM -- ply SO UT.A..O a.

, I stories, bnCout of the bleached] skulls of abont it What is th3 next highest throne the broken-hearted.! They novel crop, that good care be taken to have You may discover such a happy combination ..misS 1M. ._._. t'7U& MEDICAL DEPAB1TUUIB

t. : i the faUe .'jBut I am beforeyoir8crorH"of In Heaven While 1 speak i seems tome I found any rest until they put their head the soil rich and well of virtues and excellencies in that ..el-.Dew'he._w.4.sU III-Ulleee hat I.,.' w.. UIIYEBSITT OF

S heroes. thrit jrcrhi has, beth throne the drunk- down on the pillow of the sepulcher. God reasonably pre personality, that the plain features will be- pi U-ii P..ts.o is tnoIe..II._p1.11.
? f thatJt.i } i, before the seed. It is radiant with benign beauty whichno ._ifl_ IIeftmM..c f..w. ttorm.tty.114p4..the tTkDmityitIt.
: i. fiever acl-nowlt'dgt.d..tto se.wbbjHCAd BORTiha ifsheVwith'cheerfnrpatience, watched them. G laughed d face at pared sowing come a S__._ w.-..s _1It7..a-. edvaninf f ? itaeIleal

I bl'w no bugfelasonaue.d" ho I endured"itt'all her earthly torture. Heroes. I the enemies put their ; quite a serious error to work upon the combination of so-called "beauty lines"can 1MtrT.WSS sills.Ill I.tak.SI it thM__will'va Ib.i Si ISIS.Th.IS bSs.we.g emily a th Ia law$A ISSUJIS Cf 1S5IISSS tee

I.- cift .;\hained no 'Wit I heroines V 5.iud I down on these, His dear children, an-1 one plan that land that is too poor to plantto rival-Interior. __ MSk1aI ISSCtSgid.,sad 1M ..1'-..i.sadaISI.fwISta All- Ih.fChrYn
s. ad ry .1 art .e.w 1.fIIhII Studeata ha'S
: Wg an.uaUj.
,. 4 wheels, and yet, in thejrjat day qjfccTfcrni ,' InihiSToTl the heroes of Christian day the Lord struck His hand so hard on any other crop can be seeded down Test of Success -Is Success. rnFUIII,fltSIS. "rife"._I._.;,.-w. wdIS _pay 2.nt and* ipicisi laMraetioa to daSh
L "wh'be sword The Best ,. 11 will cs 711 H' lad .nM.IJ. afrb, ia other InlkIou..Or
ty,-rill stand higher .tain lhrrse I I His thigh that the omnipotent wIIIdo wtSS .id. of ta a. so
all admire the _. him .
.M. chartj. We George to grass.Western Plowman. k.. .11.14 7.4 e.sctsds I.g.s.fI whi'- infor'natioa. eddresse ,
;,', names startled the nat; and seraph 'I the James Lenoxes of the i rattled the buckler, a He said: Tested and proved by over twenty-five .W..4.ilI I.II _. TaLZ&CO.Absn..4LIL 511 SISE 11.plraJ-el.fril.AN.MISIS. Fr. 0.E. CH..II.LZ,ILgV'P.O.DiswerZL.
domestic animal .
4 and rapt BphritfTnilarchaueel-will,Jell earth, who give tens and hundreds of : "I am their God, and no weapon formed ,'ears' use In all parts of the world

; their deeds to visl iitm2imivTtte.1 .l i thousands of dollars to good objects. I against them shall prosper." appreciates kind treatment. It is ALLCOCZ'S POBOCS PLASTEBS have the in-

... 7 mean the heroes of common. every-day But I am speaking this niorniogof those What harm can the world do you when no use 'to sajvthey are "only dumb dorsement of the highest medical and

r I life. : who, out of their poverty,help i the Lord Almighty with unsheathed brutes." It is"{rue they can not talk, cnemical authorities and millions of grateful flROPSYU .

t In this role in the first place, I find all others-of such men as thoseiChrisrtftji sword fights for you! but, like dumb or blind men, their in. patients who havo been cured of distressing
: the heroes of the Jck-room. When Satan 1 sermon for comfort Gc for the psefeiluiorl.
missionaries at thS west; wh*.hre living' preah.this. ailments voluntarily testify to oferl .en' .d1Uta
had failed to Job he said to home the where God has telligence in other respects is doubled. sat&I aadbuIcSi.OfAWii..IM&ficSn
overcome on two hundred and fifty dollars that they t place just put their merits.ALLCOCX'S bis.e4IM..DUn7 bar\.fJl. R5WOTIan &1IMJOni1 lnrstlouI.
, ; .God: "Put forth Thy hand and touch his may proclaim Christ to the people, one of you, to play the hero or the heroine. Do You can make friends of all your Ponors PLASTKRS are purely ayapCOIU of Dropsy in I CO... daL the for Da$ tea iaonth* Tweutirive.h.4ed Stab

. bones and hh flesh and he will curse them, writing the secretary in New not en.vy.auy man his money, or his applause animals if you take the trouble to do so. vegetable. They are mild but effective, Curs b..tDDySlctanI.FTGISyspldly pUSn3P0'a *nop 'J'lIIptOma"J.taoieat a.u-. pJeanNlrf'Outtd.W StIrS usedSpud....aM

- Thee to Thy faee" Satan had found out : York saying: t .V ,* orj his .boc1aIpos1tiou. Do not -All grass.crops make the best hayif sure and quick In their action, and absoLutely OfaIlaJ1llPco..arere..o..e4.cltJappear.aDd ID.D da 1011.1 I...' modenhiuJ8rS83bl&S& '!

,. 'What we hav.,.Ml f ouod.ut,ttfaf sickness '.'I thank you for that twenty-five V dol envy any woman her wardrob*, or her cut before the seed-heads form. harmless. cry' .fl555VjthOQIkflOWin5 uJ thi(aboll'IL_ a.member" ; ..

18c.greatest testJptoa sTjJairn et. ,.A lars. Until yesterday hav had no exquisite appearance. Be the hero or Beware of imitations and do not be deceived bIts you vounelf.We_UtIDc.&o ar teal tlr!..the eur1tIC r1e of EACK: ieT1TtTZ 10_

,. man 'viVo can EnpU' that:an Stand any meat.ia our house for three months. We heroine. If there be no flour in the house, When a plant produces seed it has performed by misrepresentation.Ask ourtrsslmenrfor thai sire eea&a peel r TO 1JIQ LADJVSs W.

t, _-' ihth.v' To be shut in n rtonuas fat\as have children have and you do not know where your children its mission and stored much ol for ALLCOCK'S,and let no explanation a Auabe1'01Um.aD'dt un&bllvsa HZ..Ioq e 0 The fall MMion commeneM o*lie tnf\\
'suere terribly. My "L Give full I $Or1O4.-U. darlD Sep&((4tl day)aDd elOMSl W
.:. \ tixfugh; it were a bastile. .To'be so per no winter." are to get bread, listen, and you will hear its nutritious matter in the seed. Tc or solicitation induce you to accept a substitute. .0W allle& BeDd for Use pam pille&eoa- J ana.m Ever department of .

. bus you .notJeodjare. the tap of n And of those people -who have only a something tapping against the window- secure the largest amount of nutritionin laming 5sItImOfliJI.lIIall. U JOG Tseda't51fl1nmt5frse order maL TOG muss return tog by exporlcncwl lan and well and Matpped.araapliiboil steen 1
'p :. \ c ld'8."f :'!To' 'hSr(.luOTrjamt .frui half-loaf but give a pifrpe of it pane. Go to the window and you will find th adn to M with 10 cents IB(tamps. to electric light water throughout IIr&Ce1ton.ool'morefrollletUi U
O bro. hay the grdss should be cut whila HILDa is the severest criticism batmen (Flea) poaJUrely .
it is
the beak the
3 which robus fit a raven, and par poecacBpU.pIIJ
I tempts'Tjhe appetite f.the. to others are hungrier those open have been known to be willing that Atlanta,O. Forcirea1rao4
'hq ; anc'of at SO."M.P.. c.tfDCelOllctted <
the stalks and blades contain the elements H. H. OMtEM
and healthy, xcfte.jhrr loathing, and dis- who lav'pnlv scuttle'of coal.'but help window and there will fly In the messenger their wives should criticise their faults )T. K. B.rwell .It .

; I gust,when.,It first appears on the platter.To other t fuel; and ttoe who have that fed Elijah. Do you think that that would otherwise be directedto that way.-Somervflielournai. WE WILL PAY

h.'ve' the rapier of pain strike through only a dollar in their o pocket, and give the God who grows the cotton of the the formation of seed. SIOO ATHENS FEMALE
;. The side sU lemples like a south will let you freeze for lack of You'r Too Yellow, Perhaps? A Month Salary _
or e ,
.a jjn A-
twenty.fve cents to some body else; and -When stock turned. on the pasture liver for it la Chrterd 1843. Aiaeas. U
clothes? Do think who Then look out for your approaching
tbat God ,
the ComBMdloee I Ifinished.
sad re&aemeat.
1 razor, or to the foot into a vice or to you health
., of that ajlher who wears I shabby coat, allowed the and there left all day, the water serious congestion. Banish the to competent m..-&represent 0051 ablloatfoDL. W... .. All the derartmeats thoeesb
: throw tbe whole body into a blaze of and of that mother w1 wears a faded disciples on Sunday saffron hub from your akin and eyeballs the W-kfftt A rood SOuCltOl WBO dnrlnFth mBM b lib 0. and A fall faculty of experts in each. ..5SChOOL __
: ;I ; 'r r fever. Yet there'' have been ,men and dress, that their childrea! may be well ap ga tlM & latelU rn$ lara.r.ormj.or.*summer Attached U a BuiaeM Scassl-a* \

.. women, but more:wonji en than men.who pareled. You call them panaers. or rag- the pram and rub it hands and cow must-have plenty of water. She from your right side with that pleasant and ehaales can TO do TIlE the work KlfiMT awl .w.&.w.,U Onlr par S"t"$ who course WritJnr.of Book-keeptnc Fal!Term op.n ,Ainst9Ll Stemeicn__

Lave cheerfully -endured this,,inudness. amuffius, or emigrants. I call them eat-do you think God will let you starve? can not wait until she is driven up at ainless laxative and anti-bilious medicine; MONTH ran fire their entire time to the bortneM are derired.Addrets Cataogse. """.L 0.WflVliAb$.
Did of that Stomach Bitters which if,moreover refereaeae for farther artleuIars THE .
hear the Hostetter's with
ever '
Through of exhausting rheumatism you experience
years heroes and heroines. You and I may night. Theater is a necessary con- with trouble MtVTIIWEaVrCBH PCBia.MI>SlH l-S*. IM
t ; ;- -. d and excruciating neuralgias they have know where old man: you are threatened kidney ale la* S.. Mreet If'.U*, Teueaeee.MMIM .
not \they live. or what their she them.Ix Southern UnivnORIINSBORO
the milk and must and prevent
fever aguewiU
8tituepJ-6f ,
.. gone and through bodily distresses name is. God knows, and they have more "I have been young, and now I am old, or .r..1J&JIt,sna. IllS.
that the and tore the yet have I never seen the righteous forsaken have it during the time the milk is
f .,- rasped nerves angels hovering over them than you and leap year it Is nothing strange to readof EATING RET..L AXDBEW., .p..U.*,]
musclts, and paled the cheeks nnd I have, and they will have a higher seat or his seed begging bread. being manufactured. If deprived of female lawyers going JJNRFP An Institution of highest rrade. !IOugh.

: <.... ."H etooped the shoulders. By the dim light in Heaven. Get up out of your disconrag mpnt. 0! water"during the warm days her supply Pott-Szpreu. UtetSSe)44 RIFLE Location bemlthf nL Xarolh_
V troubled souL O! oL lodtl 1883 annual XpeDM need ant ezee4 -(
: --- 'of the sick-room taper they saw on their They may have only n cup of cold water : 0. sewing woman. of milk will fall off. FRECJ A 3-foot French Glass Oval I Wsr cartridge.Wtrlu Itw next NtO.loa open* ptl Km.locue. .-
.- wall the picture of that land where the to man kicked cuffed by unjust em- eatier. it nmrttr. Jt_' address F.II.PETEBSOJf.
give a traveler, or hava onlyliCked5a I
I poor may -One who has tried it states that Front,Nickle or Cherry Cigar Case. -
; ployers. 0! who hard beset in the
.-.-_- Inhabitants af e.pej er sick. Through spliatcr from under the nail of ye are R.W.T.AS8IIJ. Co. \]iICagOThm .
.. ;:y' dead silence tfX) night they heard the chil 's'fn: -
.4 -; =-, chorus of the ange$;. The4 cancer :ate I4ithe treasury, but the Lord knowst1cutUonsidering : turn Ol I you bereft one, OI I you sick boots or shoes, upona: pan of coals thatis Still Alarm-expected seizure of AH Tinrr imts.MAttn .
fII'r"; her life from-week to week and day : one, with complaints you have told to no Illicit whisky-Texat Sifting 5114 1w 3II.llrsI.4 Cef JACKSON TIHNIMI.VTb /
.. away i what they had, they circulated among the trees of an CS4suzsoDLtIWIAT 'iCT.8KNDT .44th year beain Sept.L ISM. Lanftifnl.
f t ._ to day and she became weaker and weak- ; one, come and get the comfort of this IIUUMS ; aS-acre lot. Location bealihy
did of brick on
more t1an'we have ever done and orchard will cause all insects to depart A POSITIVE certainty of relief is afforded I _:1'b1.'I. rug usej la all brsac
subject. Listen to our Tbo1)uSb 505150
great Captain'scheer .
;. :;fr r.: 'erj..and every "good night" was feebler their become white :
a .
fodt'd wi This is a very simple means, In skin diseases bv Glenn's Sulphur Soap.Hill's '- 15IS ISPVCPiS5.LIJYSdUMIL
r ,. '. ;__han the "good night" bf'fort'-yet never robe, and the room will be an Hair and Whisker Dye 50c. yesr Corn.and a or send fnr
I -1' av The children looked up into her face eternal mansion, and the oM hfltwilljje To him that orercometh will I gto eat of but we should fear that they would return C. .-

T f .. ; : ..-and. saw_ .suffering. transformed; into a atoron t of. victory, and a\\the auplause the fruit of the tree of life which midstof after a little time. The claim THE mosquito is no prohibitionist; be Is 1' : &T..aUNTOMALE :

I '._ 2 'io ;ly &tnildf''Those who '"snffereu1 on of earth, and all the shoutIng of jHeaven tte paradise of God was that there was a sort of consist- iead set against closing the bars.-Ttrtu

t .\'. : rt hlTbatlte-field" amid ,shot; and shell wereO&smcli will be drowned ont Vhen' God ri;es np pncOVltosmoke that adhered to Lflin.. "_ _-..M 5Lw.. AGAD1

;..1< t v heroes und heroines as those to give His: reward to those humble work THE NAVAL ACADEMY. leaves, blossoms, and even the trunlu, Ir afflicted-- --with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac Ion FBICZa or MJLSOX S

: ; who in the field! hospital and in the asy- cr* in His kin 10m, and to to them ..
say : About and In. Thompson's Water. Druggists sell Fruit Jars Fly Fans and! Fly Traps. For handsome IZXCSTBATKO CAT
cmething Stu.lent Cadet Lift'at to
of trees. which being repulsive ,
? ,
.1 ., d f 'f'r'i"lfich 1lt ice could cool "%Vell done, sood and faithful servant." best ".I *eel n> .--.y.

I ).. r-;4,..,and no'sursrery.cure. y* shout of a comr You have all seen or heard of the riiln AnnapolK. sects, drives them away and also holds ''VII& you come to the matter of fans' ASSORTED WARE PACKAGES patgpforWaotoaalaTrade.JTSA of GXAS9 and QCKJ. S- men II and boy.ACJLDCMT In the Anato.ST.A11XTU.PA.TBO address Wi'AL&

.( ; > >decher then, but the numbness of llelrose Abbey. I suppose in some 'he length of the course at the Naval its virtue for some time. If this is .a the Japanese_take the. .palm.-Puck- THIS ttft MT_511I _
; : Academy i. four
% A candidate for
( ;. aJ achtti'r.jaad homesickness will- respects it j the most exquisite ruin on years. reliable remedy it will be convenientto DPFORE arithmetic was invented'people i'-a- COLLELL nor!

: C- ..: k 't. a\"e J\ltfer. co fih nt in God, hopeful Heroes of earth. yet, looking at it, I was not admission home must to enter first the obtain lists in permissionfrom a competitive repel rose-bugs during their periodof multiplied on the face of the earth. I RON WORKS -Isbn opens Sept.19th. Ul

; 6n : iJecsofr1teumatlsm. so impicssed: you may set down to tad S ippointmenu for Higher EdaeaUoa.a' 5*
. '., h-..j.e .,' .;.heroes of spinal comrY' taste but I was not so deeply i stirred I examination for an appointment to ba greatest injury. STRASGE it wellcookedmeat .nU- SEND FOR eATALOOCU.V V
. ? 7PI as given by the Congressman from his dis -There farmers as may appear KSTAILISHCD 1809.rOTilCDRY iRWIN, D. X>.. fn, ST C *
: =HejQC ot siCk 'hea.dache. IIet are scattered -
was at a tombstone placed by Walter in a boarding-house is very rare.- AND MACHIHE SOOP.AT1VA.S .
: : .' d r .:nJt m>'alldlsm. Heroes and Scot over the grave of an oh man who .trc. I successful in this examinaton, all over the land who would be Yonkers StatetnMn. KKOITCEaV BOILERS JETC. fII of the IIUJART

't Jr heroines. ; They shall reign for ever and slr\ed him for a jfoo.l many in a permit to appear the In independent circumstances to-day, JOHN E. HANDLE Jt CO., Memphis, T nn- sVTT T
r j..I' yeirs examining board at Annapolis, and this say oar new system of coTernmert I
THE hornet is a good deal like a railroad wan2 nua.ArIA .
oNrer.; his house- inscription most significant board determines instead of and doable pro re-e In m boy's mind aadd.
tlc I his fuming fretting I
.iF' 'lIt !" I.- Vtchr>ju.t .one. note .of the and Idefy man to stand upon qualicatonsfor -makes the most fuss with its terminal facilities. mile from city. A any m AITN: ]to
oF Principal
an appointment naval cadet the lift the mortgages on their Dttliith -
cternal..aithem i : "There shall be no there and read without a Paragrapher.
tents I
.b: '. m re' ." :Bless God for that. into his th i epitaph: "Well coming done I boar pronounces him physically sound, farms, if they had adopted more system S $ $5 FEMALEV
eyes and if he is able to pass a THE umpire on the base-ball field never TUSKALOOSA
". ":._ :;- ..-: 'f1.M1'fI a f1dthe heroes 6t toil, good 'and faithful servant." Oi! whenour examination as to mental atainment satsfactory he and method in their work, and makes a home run, but there are occasions CANDY of For our Box Strictly by Expl'Pure... of TVsIAI.4o5A.,iInstltntlona

.r.. / wtheirwork' uncomplainingly. It work i over, will it be found that because receives his appointment a therefore stopped tho little leaks that when t e crowd gets after him that he c.u.IUJiUG"V I On* the no.LprospSrOflI ia the South. < .

iti. Is mp(atively cjasy to lead a regiment of any thing we have done for God I I LV AMD CARKFITU.TPCTCP. $38. Kezft aWealeiei DeL-
;. ,. naval cadet have kept them behind, an.d. always would like to.-Boston Pott. Address I V $&.apply to ALONZO J JMOITfiOMEBYBELLIPj .
into battle when know that tho whole or the suffering humanity that .
: von Church This takes place in June, will. There must be system about the FLOYD 6e MOONEY MEMPHIS.

4 4'j ;rt : h"h 'ni1 !cr U n'!appropriate for us? and as the older cadets are all absent from farm if wo would have every thing run- Iris said that Chinese thieves take __r ua na rro env* r m* ,

h. the academy on "leave,t the successful things coolie.Pitttburgh Chronicle. II .
\ > f r rff'i. .o u bravest ning almost smoothly, without a jar or N"V1IDED we
you rm \l : e and candidates or plebs, they are termed, S &asrc&L AND BI'UNIUCVouus.
& f \ \ cia .I J tie A. "SHAKIXO APPARATUS" has been DETECTIVESWuu ., for Calalosne sddNNcza
.' t igf' testt'lnonutent-Lrd feel their self-importance more strongly strain. In other words, there must bea f RE. thetpal.IA3ilVILLIIi
\ \ and Hlatifrea?it'is. Claverh.jS rJY. I than they ever can again. place for every thing and every thing patented for egg nogs but it can't beat malarial la ,wr Ceuty. Samd mm la act sa4.t tadrMtlra ?

: to address an"51 audience wh obn'1lrown the Elinburgh carrier, and I In fact, however, their appearance is any must be kept in its place.-QliioFarmer. 'fever. 1..SSISM Graaaaa$Dctectlre Sinlie.fapnteam DUMB tanniry..Anaia.CIadasati.0..Vvtinluntn*..- i T1Di'it1l B BDOQ
gleavMw.eye tdI nsbbeetyoii Ms wife? ,Ir. Atkins the i S I
persecuted thing imposing. They strut about in a
; Lonl lll .Ky. Next IeaIOa
FLY time and the base-ball are $ '
| bow thatyfftr>entlnients.arOidoptedj jminjstecqf Jesaa Chrs| ,UuScotlaad, was. cnseuenta but evidently uneasy man- ... V S very l S4,50 ber 13. Testimonials as to ehataoteridreu

j.. > \ htitte' eVPjpin( '-'ouext>ect'ttmtw < 'secreted"by JOhn'Brow 8111 hi8't and struggling to appear at ease, and certainly COTTON-STALK PULP. : S properly. contemporaneous.Traveler. Mere1lan& PANTS A. \V HEXTER i SOM ', T.U.Dadjaj'.P'Owbo loaUtiUaI ter.oc

.' *;, *, ? the employer jjllljBome and tJirust his'' Claverhouso rpdg.up one ay his ] not succeeding.The V ,
A *& 7j| aiwo> ? armed,mea 'itfd' shouted infpnt of theOV.OhtBrOWfl'S A Description of the Process Employed In S )< Lid Street MXMPHI ;: NO- :;. INSTITUTE,
.4 _, -nmbUircfg o-'hO'ilho\t.m-i ", plebs or youngsters" (as they are A DENTIST must be thorough in tooth Tterx.: fTSampUt ma\U-t frr*. STATV par l.rtIsin1 .
& s: "w tu .iME ftw ) ,little girl came also caled), are at once quarter onboarda ltd Manufacture. pulling, he must get at the root of the mat arsaimnisraru__ lS.N .L&ado Qroood lIealthfgJ.. attractive.Sitoatioa EQSIPePIsfioens.iusebflnTe.chlnt s&

:- : mentthr01l".u. iPu..tQ..b:don.e..over out. He said tober', : _. ?,.. u large, old-fashioned ".ooden frigate, For several weeks there have beenon ter.-JT. 0. Picayune. BETJCCTIVE BrREAU. Box normal.
r \ again; tP J uild a wall an\know.therewUI, Wel. miss is Mr. Atkins here?". She which always lies alongside the dock, and exhibition in the office of the clerkof S MOHAWK 113 U3WichltaKan.-wmntatoeaploy a tic, A bIImdaXIOnS Silt-CulL Ezp.S ..
:' .U bejjiftp'gto Siy jjJ dCCil wetli btiKqttlj w [forf sho, could not Betray does duty during the school-sessions. as a the Supreme Court samples of pulp Ir there is any thing that makes a man a.yonnc man mall as you detectIve lIUU'tICU"DI.OO bi ererr locality.memb nlilpfe Send us /:V .

';. ,a swearing employer howling across the the minister'die Gospel.c"Jft"Oiavethonseaatd. gunner --8hi thankful for small feet it is the chilblains. I"'SAJIJIUIa'AI'IA Mt_,nllb >, Sm" E.I .ptisos
.1 V made of the hulls and stalks of the
.4 r.* ". scaffold; to workandfryour T,1?! 9* 11 1nlhesf. II ; "then yon area .This vessel becomes the residence of the Burlington Free Frets.PSTMOLOGISTS tIa- 6aprlorlnloea4l altaoBoubneJa

; 4 ;' back__ naWj ouif'ieartioxf chip of t&t old 1Yc ?lire you? "l have plebs during the summer months; here cotton plant. The pulp is as white as FREE gT return dy'.New maiL Tal FU.'r System de$5rIptM of Dreta creaaecI of Instruction.patronwe.Keif, r

&ts,-and to thWr ifrou rtoplfei soiaethinfrnirTny'y tfor you. It is a they have their first experience of sailor snow, and can be converted into the have established the fact Cutting. MOODY S.ClncInaat1Q ate .from New- "York r
.; fore -Bome* life and here other that the masculine heart weighs and aaraaJta xiua raraa VMT um*7IS_ V C&taI'C1Ie!
} htyour"children wtlrtervr"An! nosesray. people cal i 1 thumb ; among .things they finest writing paper. It is regarded as more

\ the sword has .not,alalo(so,many aj tho screw.but I call it a nosegay'V first acquire the art of stepping in a hammock valuable and is the of is larger than that possessed by the fair QTa.T 8i.Tr '
product Timor
partsof cored
no knlfeAeo_
.. # Needle: The -tceal..l>attle-field of the Anh too got o t -lfls horSe;and he put it It is truly an edifying sight to see the cotton hitherto deemed sex but it has been equally well established UAlVUCIl free. J>re. GrmOm + a.. i: suSIte4..Thorough.ual sd3an11S.4 MdorVef 15fui
last war were &ct eUysbur2, and Shiloh, I on the litt1e-girI'shanlandbegn to turnIt lad their first night struggling : that injury to the latter commands IK Plum Btrr t,ClnclonaU.' Ohio. !.. .oaC""Y.u.OCtTS.
with: hammock's! valueless. in the Motion ILXI rio ru __5ISIS %: .' j&NlI.lUT.. $4.tZANjvQw .
: f and Sont &duutaint? The:freat battlefields until the bones cracked, and she cried. 1ammock highest damages S S V
I I used in the The it is made isnew. ..'
of the last war were in the arsenaj .lIe. said: navy, you. must process by Budget.A A DAY. c vj.sSflYIVL42 .
T9 9 Samples worth$i.M
I axnd In "theBhops, l In5 Ke"attic8Twhereromen I dorit ; This isn't are very unlike'those in which 'peopl It is a process by which the S 3 SR; LJJlleJ22S.nmVM>the""oree-afe WrUe i I .1O. '"I.
p-l i I \ made jackets for i jDd"r: cry a swing under the trees in the DELICATE parcel-a young lady w saxwmK SARTT UIIHOLDU co.,Heiii>..Biea. XAn.. .& Board...
l army a sixpence. this-is .a-nose gay." And hammocks made ligneous substances of the hulls and wrapped up in herself. erUll&ZEJB f ArSB enn.,_ '"*.-t.f .. addxeii. .. & W&LrraVi'E*
tolled tfntil navy of heavy '
: They on they died. They had canvas
I they he'rd-e chid'if cry, and the father a seeds are dissolved. By t'.is processover S I- ... '
and _
are the beams f Ibe
funeral but f iPISOS L
( no enloklum.; in-the name of I and mother 'slngfror .x> oiEi LJi'7W'w.awEn.
and, Claverhousesaid THK laundress hasn't Of COLLEGE
high opinion
50! of fiber is a
) 11/ my Ood'thlIday; I enroll their names'1 .: ship. Tht.are usualy hung quite high per cent. the ex iron as a Ionic.-Merchant Traveler. CURE FO CONSUMPTIDN 'hiMIi.J a Y

among those of whour the world wv1 ot VV from it U not ea y.for a trrfcted from the hulls, which have .. ,ss.iiteOtooaweeLMdRA1r
"Ha! it that ,three -
seems have laid
worthy Heroes of the n c4t..Herpes othesew1ngmach1o yon beginner t climb into one with aude- beeirrlgarded as fit only for fuel in the "GIVE me a light lunch" said a travelerin .
Hreso r the ypnr Jiolytheaas together, determined to gree of grace-even i'he managps'to gat a Russian railway restaurant. And SUMMER RESORTS.. ;: may. Bokkwplng.vw .
; mills for feed and ___ __
or fertilizing .
dlea11tIirest of purposes ete.
I; your hypocritical, iajat alL Usually ---- - matle vlftorthaad
.' novice : -
/.i of the cvUan-Heroo3ajd I heroines I 4ri they bro.tght him a tallow candle.-Hotel -
Herpes _
frk.1fl7uI9 '
,, CAriting s'nivelinfi crw rather than ngges and which Bold for $4 : S 'v areelars
t! ; Bless nod for -; give from one side,- and goes.head were a Jl l. \fAJCM OTH cAv .
; them.'f, .0 up,:good Mr. pious Mr. Atkins, out at thosther-rng and ton. These, converted into pulp, will AJlBRlCA'8 G JCATEST wom AWITLZSL1YV' V
In this role',J also find tho heroes Atkin. pillows All pert of the cave aetVuslble. The Cooleit. ?.. ; fliT 1
.. have nncoxnjUniuingly endured domesticInJusJlcesT" who.. youW uld die. ha\e a telescope with I bed-clothWall aQmpanyiu him After V be worth $40 a ton. From the -.'re$5rt I.the UDI,excursion.8caa._ Board rea*mab4e 1W1\11,D1Ia. .W'TPor.ser.IT .I
r jne that will visiput" and IJteeralirefflietloijto 'partitm. ifr. c.
your ,
Ttiere are men w4oijleiiJ 'mpro're twoTOjthree unsuc atem't6f 'this stalks usually left to rot in the fields COMaTTOCJU Mata .0&11I-CmTe a.c.1. Ky- mOW COnIGSof t A W.Chlc
he.pulled: <, ., "No jr,>he said, sort, however,"the in- ;.11 rtnsSept.13.ForelrcuTaradd.-
4- tjJan'd"anx ety have"no sympathy in I Ixhausting .'you old pragmatjcal, lest'you should I prove,-nd. one or-tito weeks' practice issufficient this new process utilizes about 38 10U.TIII'UI ';Th. mon- a'tnft. ... MWaUTDia
: '/tteif 1 p llo&ti9n to I catch cold ia this cohJ'Inio to make any'JCme; an adept in the per cent. of fiber at a very small ex Warm Waves Writefor ejfcgtar 1LfLaui-r.( mer re'nrt In VjyzA: f ?r.k.. .
.. 'business gets 'them a livelihood but'au ountsInLas.'V
; ,
Jacd .aud for.the In
the art. '
: lie I r saetyof September'another set of cadetsis pense. It has been settled that thereare "TT -
5unfrugal wife scatters it. is fretted at King, to say nothing of the glory of God appointed. form the remainder of RAT Dmr IIPfDG" &z TO AIM
: .-.l from the moment he enters the door until I and the good of our souls, I wiirproceed, the fourth class TJfis; and although both the fertilizing properties in the oil of Ar rolling in. You can't escape souTILIus12v.ik1 8Ca&e a& 7.. saw '.MvVS.l.
.r ,r.he of 1$. The iperatious the cotton seed, and it is asserted that 'l'z ld5. -. .5 1
comes put ex of simply and in the neatest _aQd'st expeditious June and September newcomers are mem- them; but you can escape the ,V3V, .V V
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business fife' nugmented by the'exasperationsof style possible40 ,blow your bers'9fyt1's 'e' the June arrivalsare the fiber will not decompose for six sleepless nights, loss of appetite, VS -

: : !.L Suchyaen ore brains out" cas much of their years and can not be used as a fertilizer and languid feeling that result : ,- "J ..' .." .

,-*. ; laughed nt'bnt.tbehave a he rf.breaking I Jo.' & Brown fell upon his knees and be- 'seniority over the MSeps," as the later This is why the woody matter from draining the nervous fore V V = ..- : V _

3. t ,,'. trouble into and th .would htfve iQnff ago gan,ZtoVprayv "Ah,"_ said Claverhonse, coma rmed. During the latter part eliminated from the stalk and hull is by muscular or mental exertion : 5 { VI' .s.t

1 ;:- pone appalling.dissipations but..for< ,")ook out; i you are going to pray, steer the older cadet return from S S. : ::::
; thgace ,.or Qod.; oci trt !<-4. 'clear ,thegth.couj] : andcbar&Camern" their the regular much more valuable as a decomposing in summer's torrid days. The DM .r ..;

strewn with the wrecks inenwha, tin; '."( academic commen .-IT. Albert JohnIn fertilizer than the entire seed. By the of Paine Celery.Compound,that S 'V V

I- der the northeast storm. domestic infelicity St. ". the ramie and its nerve tonic will at V V rTCX'MKKE; 4VVV
"0 Lord!I" said same process plant treat one
4' have 'been driven on the rocks. Joh Brown, ;"since it 1iZ: -5- ,: V .. : V
: to will troublesome cousin the stalk strengthen the nervous
There are tens of thonjonas'of arunkaTflr seems Thy should feavejhjswo1d -4OPINIONATED. bagasse :*system

.' < ins this country to-day, made:sjich. by for.a world where J.I- can love Thee CLERKS. 'is met and overcome. By the de- and fortify it against the_attack! DWICHT'S/ ; A DELICIOUS BISlDWIGHPS" V

; l their wiTes. That is not poetry. 'That ispro. better- and serve Tee more, I put A _' 'cpfticating process the fiber- wascrashed of rammer debility. "This preparation .
_: this poor widow these flow They Make an Independent SIan*. V I L I ,
' .e. But the wrong is generally In the helpless :"and torn out by a slow and is a medicine J .ASH YO-un:'Q OCEJ'
Life ,
; opposite direction. You would not have fatherless chidren. into Thy haads. We a Heavy BndfO notadrink.Ss 1 'f '
: have been in If there is that lexpenBive process. : ?'
thing creates in SIn
peace a good while, any mea It iscombi aci. :
to go far to 'find a wife whose life Is a a ,\ V COW BRAND1
. .-, .-S. perpetual m.-irtyrdom. Somethingheavier but now we must look.forth' to a- better.meeting' desire-to punch somebody's head it is to" the nevT': process the, Kgine" is entific 11'Lqp.ii .
in Heaven.and as for the e: attempt to purchase a given article and be simply dissolved out,' and the -. .
S. than a stroke of the fist; unldnd'worda poor snowy ( A'14:4Znation: AMDTAKE OTUEB.S /;
creatures told by the salesman that I % Softhe&stlAt.Jflfltonics I
blindfolded and iafatuated want something ."
staggering home at .midni ht. and constant films of the 'ramie and the tawnier _:. 5 .
j that stand before me convert them else. I believe that the desire to > ) iV
beforeit '
maltreatment, whkh'have left I threads of the coaxedout .
. her cane are ,
be late and afford an impression of universal knowledge sugar giving lutJY.JlR'inbeii.. ,
S S to may they who have sat .
only a wreck of what Slid V
S was on that the infantile kitten .. .
is inherent with as easily as to eflttobokJ1.4'9 V Iff
in in this : '
judgmeat man -
lonely every young dyand
day wien, in the midst of a brilliant I IS place on this .: .-
aseembloge blessed morning me and woman who sells goods in a retail its milk.-AtlantaConstitution.. brain. ;i-- "
the vows were taken and full I upon a poor, defenseless Itk" % AA en,all J f" IV:
store S
fellow-creature on a salary. Constant experience in d .
may they in
played the nervous
organ wedding'march and the diseases \V ',
:: carriage rolled away with the benediction the last judgment find that mercy whichtey this direction lends strength t the belief. GiveMhe Boys a Colt. and has brought .
4 have refused to me, Thy"most un When I attempt to purchase a shirt I am -

S. ofthepeoplo. but faithful serva-it. Aman." told that my ideas as t the proper size of I.etour bojown a colt Let it be a new life and A I / health
I Wbat'wasthetrnjn of-Latimer audi He and neckband are incorrect; when 1 buy thousands \ \ f whose CINC
rose : "Isabel j
up the
sai hour clar blooded one i&.you can afford it-at NN
Ridley at the stake I ,
compared with this? has of the clerk politely ridicules the weakened B nerves TJ -
come spoke to
on the
:Those men soon became I { yon least .It haye a good sire. Encouragethe
I ,. unconscious in morning when I proposed hand and heartto on selectng informing me that that isvery were the cause of their many ills.
the Are, but here is a fifty)years', to foist on'Jkeep: it 'in ;'good conditionand OCT
S DD. ; aad; are you willing noV, for the ol me some It is especially valuable this seton :
"doa fft- yn
a years' putting to ; nevf.nled; thing as hideous it is handsome in thus
God, to let m? She: put her as uncomfortable. appearance, when feeble liable
;i ( persons are to
uncomplaining. No bitter
S words when I arms around him and said: My-greatest trials, however, getting him a C1s med to habits of to sunstroke disease
ttje rollickjng companions at two o'clock: "The Lord are with my tailor, who is a good man, busomewhat a which
i and the Lord hash"taken \vilC'S!
csve. in
; care which him good is
in the mornlnl pitch the husband denl Blessed opinionated. 1* I traded with nearly always fataL Paine'gCelery

'S drunk int1 front entry. No bitter I Lord!"away. be the name of the him for a thousand years I do not believe stead'wteH hj( oo iaea to;;handle other Compound, by restoring

-. : words' wbeU. wiping from the S\ollen brow I Stop that ni\"e1nl"saMClaverhouse.: ] he would understand that I have ideas of kindl' of. oc1i. Enco rage" him to I' perfect health,almost entirely removes 1
the bloo l. Mruok out ia a liiiilniphtcart'UsnU. I my own as to the way I want my clothes deveiopihisjjtee V. ? V
1 have had nouqh; of it. Soldiers, do ,every way except tha liability to this dread /V.4
& '! s .' .Bonding over the buttered aud I I Take aim! made and don't care a mara\-ei for what one-and thatls in disease. If :V' V
firm your 'work. Fire"! And the speed competitions.Whatever'6ud6wkeep you feel the effects of SV4S'LV sSS ,
bruised f of him who, when ho took I. he is to style." Of : .. -.
t her from per father's honif, rrcmised: I head of John Irowl was scattered ca the course please obliged to capitulate in tho .hin .'nt'..of the summer's heat,you ca't afford to

; ; ,love and 'kindness and ,yetnothing.byt .ground., Whie wife was gatheringuP.ifl end, but when I have .informo him that fair ground trot or pace, and teach him delay another day before gaining

;: i synipathy* an prottctou prayers and I, band's her-head apron'pathenng. th fragments them of her hus my decision on a crin point final, he that he is not to learn how much valuea the vitality only obtained by the '

4 before" asked I IS up for Irmself: of a commiserating sign horse use of this medicine
forllvnttB' for. burial-Claverhouso looked into her face del'cr good can be to a jockey, but of great

c biter when the family Biblo I and said ood infinitely] more exasperating than hovr much it. can be to Sold SHAIII
: "Now. my & woman how use a man. by flJOO KxforfSjOO.
i goes for ruui nnd the paijxibroker'fiKetHjtljaJlase I IS openly expressed ( I am gradually IMsam.dtj.
; S hbol do ydu'l'eoIjilXtNtabimt ; ?" 'ntemlt Nint out of ten farmers' who
)"urb"n man boys get.into .
Send for
beginning to there dgit-page wittf
is ,
|* n' no paper many :
day rnlze
'I dejiIg .) .deGt 6t6ry t I "oSI! sail, M rl$:$ thought wed room in this town an individual who' the speed-ring are worsted by its testimonials. i"WEILS ', UNSURPASSED DISPLA
l l of ; ;
ote think'any
f: )'on o\ row"l I 1t"11' (:0to docs not adhere slavishly to the laws laid iSfodations and tendencies and we ,IICHAIDSOI t CO.,"IUlITO. nr .
'Hi\ thing; bat ami I think better down '. .
\t by ethers : .
llm. as the 'YO -
"\ bow are you getting along now!"' I ot him now." t way shall can not close the paragraph better kM-
I IS himsl and is possessed of mild rn n Uw".k.._ kiaSM _.
And ral'ing her trembling voice, and I 0, what a grand thing will be in the of than by urging every father to keep
idea own a what la mrid.
i % puts tke Kilar
quitfiiac ef quivering lip, she say; I IS l last day t seo UQ4 pick out His_ o -/i.1 .t.- h bis by gut 0; I fc- (aroa*Farmv J' WlMS",. an--.ujt I V ,


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