Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1888
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00178
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----- I I =_ I by day: 'ln the open meadows! and goes down four steps at a time to of j. 17'Description III
1'i fj 12 Electrician Declare That More Ham The WUe Old T at L m. The cowslips swing their bells of gold formation, and one can imagine what a .
: DR. JAMES C1IACE ; !.aD J .
: I : .. Than Good Comes from Them.hiningrods General Observations. '
And the young lea\o: throng, like children .. "
merry task he has In getting his -::::
place A .
::: 1001i.9 $24v. ;; proper peasant generai g_ ; are going out of use IfIvhastolivemyli1eoaferaa1flIexpect '
IlCIprt!". *2 ro ..I !,:../ 4 II' J.fI.1 IX) Iii 00 OO 2H, U, SURGEON DENTIST The forest windows grim and old. among the three hundred cadets pres search of a beat'8' trail, and,|" )? Because they are not believed tc I do no petter ash peforeNo-

lei uares.Ii: to()) IOu_I.)' ,S: .1'lk"I 12 III 0.1 UI! :111::: 0.OQ fII 450 OJquareS (J Day by day, with a blow that strengthens ent. He finally gets among his green found? it, move ill d ring,xpmd : l s...;-the protection itaa once though; pody knows how tOlive until he Vhaa
j.10Ure' 1000 I.. LATE KEYS. The smite companions, and a sorry looking lot circumference, to make sure.of 1ito, ( -
!,.. III 21 m WOO /S.I to OF CEDAR sun god the springing corn; ... ,they were. aboudt ready to die..
centJ U"4 for the nm and flveceatittufr Doubly cool are the dews of evening, they make. him within it. He then'gradually contracts This was what an electrician told Nopody vhas sooch good riendt to
:! Office at residence, cast of Kentucky HOBMJ. Doubly sweet is the breath of morn. That nigkt he gets another dose of
$ *u''j $pedal..aw for time advt'rtiseiaenU upon -- Day by day In the lower pastures hazing. The upper class men give it retreat itself of the animaL Weeks are Fifteen years ago the lightning-rof reform onless I get mad mit him. It

Application at tbe oince. 0. HAYNES Heavier mists at twilight fall, to him between 6:30: when supper Is sometimes expended in this eearchj tho in the land, am believe
__ The shcavcj stand thick on the short white agent was everywhere vhas human nature dot we all
--- .l(1UPftGN! h UA.TES.ne:1ar stubble over, and 7:30, when inspection c n.es.: peasantry are then summoned to skall there especially at every farmer's door we vhas good enough.

-. The pravhes glow on the orchard wall. Ho is made to read page after page of by the Landshoroding, or Governor Qf To-day, it Is claimed, their number hal In trying to get something for noth-

:: .....,lu..........................'$1 00.etrzionthi DE'l'W''r1S: arr, Day by day, over bill and valley. French, though he never read French the province, and put under the direction materially i jjecreased! fJid: farmers an ing In dis world ive cheerfully buy two .

'. \ ................. ......, ......... iii) The snowflakes win? their passage slow, in his life; he speaks the orations of his of the jogmoestarS, or ranger of discontinuing the use!of the ro .,&n lubMrfptiOQi\ must IKS paH invariably In Office ever Joups Urick Ulock. Cold white ghosts of the forest children school days. He stands on his head.A the district who marshals them and Bub
the who 1.
"What is opinion teekot
,14".Dee. >"o discrimination In favor of anyCmnuoieations Dead iu the tangled: brakes below. your upon gifs us a to a foefty-cent-
-. small button is put in a basin of commands their movements. Thd of ?" asked
rb ds. -Chamber' Journal. jet lightning-rods was a show. .
upon all tnittters of local GEO. BAISDEN --._. water and he fishes it out with his nose. peasants are generally formed into cir: Chief Walker of the City Electrical De I doan' see ?omo loafers around mid-
rinMcMt solicited from all parts of the county.SECRET He eats candle. les and armed with whatever *
... HAZING.How parltfletiti out I wonder'dot-Nature vhas so fool- *
SOCIETIES.'Bradford Painter and The funny man of the party fires fun weaponS they can procure. Though "Candidly, in nine dasS! Chit of ten* ish. "She could shust as well haf used

._. u ., Paper Hanger, at him, and if he .smiles' he Is sat upon. opposed singly to a whole host, the he replied, "I think they are humbugsI oop dot material to grow /ence-rails ,4

Lodge \o. 42, F. and A. :71.: STARKE. FLA. the "Plebe" la Treated at All through tho performance he must bear often spreads havoo among hiaassailants. believe it is a fact that more barns an and hitching: posts. '
keep a straight face, and, indeed, by Every ball that Enters his have vhaa
Regular communications! third Saturday In struck and burned that lIghtning If you find me somo man who
ewi: month I* W. IvlCKLlTEU, W. M. ALL WORK tBUGG "' Annapolis. the time ho is out of it his straight face huge carcass but adds fire to his fur "; rods on thin1 with them off In the firs' satisfied mit der weather und tIer peoples

J. E. WAIMIIGHT *oretary.fl.y seems to have grown there 'frii* g'obd. and wde td the individual whom his place, it is best to !Iftep electricity afar I und der world, I show you some-

Lodce Ao. 10, I. O. O. F. & WILLS Abolished In Name Only-The :New nan's Then taps come, his tormentors hurry wrath has singled oui It ceases to boa away from a building as possible pody who vhas ripe for either Ileafen
first Struggle-The Fearful Ordeal away, and th.c officer of the day comes but the
mere pastime, and nothing Tha tlbjoct j of the lightning-rod is to at or tier idiot asylum.

HalL Meetl Trunbltnt every Frld brothers jy night f'Qro'al1r at Odd InvlteJ Fellows to of Inspection Trying Experiences-Many Other Jiround lo inspect his room. The officer greatest self-possession can save him tract it. The rod is: supposed to act ai Then I like to pound on my drum I

attend. I*, C.HULI* Noble Grand. Attorneys Law, -E_" taps at the door, and the cadet shouts a from a miserable death. a conductor" of the electrical Current it forget dot I haf some neighbors who .

J. C. WV I..x Vice Grand.F. hearty "come in." Imagine the look he While at Hernosand I saw a repre- the earth, but instead of being carriedoff may like to shleep. .Vhen J like to

.J. FICLD.: Secretary. box 41. STARKE, BLA. This is an attempt to detail the early receives for his pains; for the rule is for sentation of an event that took place at the current, in consequence of fault] shleep myself my neighbor should be

I Will practice In a'l the Courts In the Fourth experience of Ail Annapolis "plebe." the officer to push open the door, take a a skall In the neighborhood, in 1831, construction of tho rcid or attachmentsis put in shail if he plays on der piano.

" :i, Independent Order of Red 1I'n. :, and Filth Ju.licl&l Cliouits.ROBERT Naval officers who write magazine articles hasty glance and shout "Good-night." and which shows that bearhuntingmust frequently switched into the building We like a man who shpeaks der

OSCEOLA kindled TRTjE*oRch:Wedncs Ko. 1. rroRIDA.CounciJrea ny's lfeep at theh I all agree that hazing has been The cadet answers: "Good-night, sir," be quite equal to tiger-hunting in The end of the wire is supposed to bi t truth by us, und yet shust so soon ash

,iiwsm, : '.arke. Fla.brother KEITH r. ol shed. It has, in name only. One and the inspection is over. Immedir excitement and peril. The bear on this. buried in moist earth, the moisture act I he tells us something unplesant w.

TraflJ1et: corJlally Invited to ....t.Dd. never hears of hazing now; but no ono ately that it is, his tormentors; are. .occasion was very large; nothing liko ing as a good conductor. Without stric vhas mad at him.

J. X. JONES. Sachem. who has ever been "plebe" can truthfully again; and they arrive in flocks. Hef&, an American bear, with which an In- attention the iron becomes oxidized saii Vhen I hear a boy whistle I feel safe. *

':I J41. MILIXW Cnief of Records. Attorney at Law deny that "jumping" and "run order to eat four dry soda crackers at a dian can grapple, but an enormous rusts off, and then tho rod 18 worse that I know"dot so long' as he whistles he

.. Son of Toinjteranco.' ning" have not yet fallen into a decrepit time, perhaps* and when he has done is beast able to carry off a pony under his nothing. It is a positive danger undei doan' put up somo shop to shteal my

I Mwts every Monday nfht; In Temperance old nge. told to cock his feet on the table and sit arm. His temper, probably never very such circumstances, attracting the elco t apples or carry off my front gate.If .

all. WM. M EACH AM. W. P. STARKE, FLA. Let us first imagine the "plebe" who there till told to move. While there a good, had been ruffled by ten shots tricity of the atmosphere and having nc you take a man's bad luck und

Is JAS. Mittos Scribe. arrives in September at the NavalAcademy. high-class man comes in and shouts: lodged in different parts of his body; adequate outlet for it* Then, again, th I trace it back you vhlll discover dot he

fioipel Temperance Meeting. L. B. RHODES Ho is a green-looking: chap. "(Jet up." He has received instructionsand all present intrenched themselves and same danger arises when the insulator vhas to blame ten times vhere some-

Erery Sun Jay at p.m., at Temperance Men from all quarters of the country will not move. "Get up." Not a awaited some desperate effort on his upon the side of the building become pod else vhas once,und yet he remenv '

.. aiL come tumbling into town, in all sorts of move. And finally he is shouted up part, should.not a lucky shot throughthe defective. The lightning is attracted bers only dot once.

.. Attorney at LawLAKE tlothing; and with all sorts of airs. The and keeps getting up and sitting downin head speedily give him his quietus.At from the atmosphere, where it might I doan' like a man to be too liberal .

C11IT1CC1I DIItECTOllY.FTAMDAKI new man is immediately sent on board obedience to orders until he can this moment a man, bolder than his have remained but for the rod, and it it mit me, especially a doctor in prescribing '

TIME. the Santee. His first struggle is with hardly move. One man refused to Obey companions, advancing before them, turned loose against the building on its large doses. -

BUTLER, FLA his hammock. He doesn't lccp In the any commands because it was Sunday, the bear rushed upon him tore the gun Way to the earth. I/, for instance, the It vhasn't so much der darkness I

n.lu" Church.)6errice8 hammock first: night. Most of his timeis and the hazers actually sat at his table, : from his hands, and began to wound attachments on a barn are poor or won: vhas afraid of vhen night comes but

) at 10:30 a m. and at 7 p.m. spent in learning how to into it, played cards and compelled him to deal.A :1 him with his tremendous claws. out, tho current may be deflected anJ maype I do sometings mean or wicked
A. L. get
'rarer mel'linl'e1'y'. O. PATTERSON Wednesday Pastor at p.m.w. and after he gets in, to stay in. He goes crowd of men hurried in ono nightand The wretched man was unable to con set fire to the building. This is no uncommon by daylight.If .

found a cadet on his knees, prepar- tend with his muscular antagonist; already In this city soiQ vhill
unday School meets every Sunday: morn UTE FROM iJJCHlOAN. hi on one side and goes out on the other, occurrence. you keep your eyes open you
iI at JO'O.: If. N. HAMEBICK Supt. with bedding and pillows followinghim. ing to go to bed. "Hey, what aro ;you his wounds were letting out his years ago the rod on tho Bolmoni see dot charity works hard all summer,

. '.E. MOBO A Secretary.Preftbylerlau nnQln! rA hyii d i n R Finally, after ho has spent three doing there?'' they shouted, and routed life when a young Norrlander, unableto water-works was struck and it fused. while most of her beneficiaries sleep In

OmrcU.rlceaevcry urglon, hours in learning how to stay in the him out. look quietly on, rushed to his assist- The current flowed oi down and played der shade or loafs mit der saloons.

he finds "Do you know," they said to a companion ance. Besides tho danger he about the machineiy in the liveliest t We doan' know some men until dey
Sunday Ht 10:30: a.m. TERMS : hammock that he hasn't a
H. II. MATTICE, Pastor.ay birth in what might truthfully be called as they went out, "we found a himself incurred, and which, of course, kind of a way. Abig stone was knockedoff vhas gone to der bad. D
School every Sunday fit 10 J a.m. Office at Gaskins' Drug Store.:: a paradise anyway. Perhaps somo "May man in thoqueerest position in there. he had no feeling of, there was some the Washington Monument by lIght. hear afery pody say how shmart und

1. C. HULL Supt. plebe" has poured salt in the hammock; Blamed if he wasn't on his knees." difficulty in shooting the bear without nin?. When the ground contact is good talented dey vhas all der time. ."

I TATE POWELL M.D. PI' perhaps three or four short hairs "Why, he was saying his prayers," striking the man. As he advanced, the and the lightning about to strike a Per best frendt I eafer had became :"

1t1fCbodbt Church.rvics : have been placed in it where they will was the reply,which staggered the rev- bear rose on his hind legs to meet his building a rod may be of use, but J my enemy as soon as I lent him fife dol*

verr: Bebb,,lh at J0:30Lm. and After ab experience of twenty years In the do tho most good) and the poor "plobo"is ellers. Bo it said to their credit that new opponent; his victim dropped be- think the rods do moro harm than good. lar mitout security. Dot same man .

p.m. IIII"'r School every Sunday at pracUC'3 of his protes<-lon, has no hesitancy they went back and apologized to the fore him; the Norrlander seized the favorable There was a time when farmers were would have mortgaged his house -and.
.mn.. J. ( Iwlik: *..'r'llInl, Superintendent in agony all night. Or, if nothingof
(In .
prorai-injr the latest nu.l mo opportunity gun rodding lot to somepody else und felt vhaaJ'..
meeting this has about tho
ayer evry Tucsdar !nd Thursday L'Oatn.eiit to tho-e caking Il sort como man man.Hazing ,
|!.O p.\I 1. W. DAKLEV Pastor. Calls to the country promptly scr\ces.attended could never sleep in a hammock is now quite harmless, and I with both arms high above his head, to houses, but I think they are gettingover only peesness. V

I Diseases of females and children a pecial/y.. stretched like a half-moon, anyway, and the victims themselves find it a laugh bring it in a horizontal: position on a that."Philadelphia Record. Sometimes It seems to me dot der

Clirlotlaii Church.: I Office: ht City Drul: !Store: or ut bU It--!- tho newcomer always hangs his ham- ing matter-more laughable, to tell the level with the bear's, and, trusting to -* .. world vhas too wicked to stand much

uu Acts ll:26-2C8-l Peteriia. deuce, East Starkt'o mock thatway. The next night it ha.sless truth, however after it is all over. feeling more than sight discharged his AMONG THE ATHENIANS. longer, und dot it vhas hard to find one
Perhaps it not be out of place to An immediate death-wound could I take liver
TiI. srvlces each LorJ'a lay ut 10:30 a.m. ana of a curve; still less the next; and may piece. Glimpses at Modern Life In the Ancient honest upright man. some
rb Lord's day at l OuiO p.m. F. J. FIELD finally ho gets it stretched on a level. give some Annapolis.localisms, or slang alone save either from their enemy. Capital of Greece. medicine, und lo! der next day 'der -_
Irayer ,
meeting Oath Wednesday: nt 6:30 p.m Then he sleeps. terms. The success which the brave man deserved Life in Athens bfgina early in the work vhas good enough und all men

. ; School each G.Lords P. YOUNG day at,10:30 Pasior.iajr a.m.. Tho next morning bugle call, the "Sux" is nice, "Spuds" are potatoes. attended him,and the ball passed morning. The milkmen cry "gala" boo vhas all right. .

W.:.H. TAYLOlt Superintendent. ri k I n': W r nB rl t nr cadet tumbles: out and gets: down in "Skinny" is chemistry. To be "pro- through the brain of tho bear, which fore sunrise. At six o'clock on a May I haf seen a funeral procession a mile

somo shape to inspection. This is a jected" or "hung on the Christmas fell dead on tho wounded man.-N. 1: morning most of tho citizens are aboul long, und two weeks later I hat asked

OFFICIAL: DIRECTORY.om STARKE, FLA. fearful ordeal. There he stands, with treo" Is to be posted for alow mark. Ledger. -. S their work, although the people of the who vhas buried dot day, und nopody
"Sat" and "unsat" are short for satisfactory remember. Vhen a man gets
' risers than thoseof
5 thumbs turned out and toes turned in, THE PAPER TRADE. metropolis are
ALL WOUC: GLAUANTliKD. Box 41. and unsatisfactory. "Tag ends"is mit dor world der world vhaa
couTOIJ : om<'er.. trying to look a veteran, when the inspector the country towns. The people'icostumes through::
the name of book of jokes recently Recent Discoveries Which Bid Fair to mit him.A .
A. have been modernized and through
ftyoi-L. W1tk\' kl. hurries along, glares: at him, ,
|ldermen-J. C. I'tcharJ, .T. M. issued at tho academy. The .acht" is Revolutionize It. the often ill. hypocrite vhas a bad man, und yet
Truby Tate PEEK & FRAZEE and pointing at his cap shouts: "Haula "Wo make about thing, poorer men wear shabby
eli, G. P. Young. S. }'. Gtlrd'lHjl'' the Santee, where a man is sent for now every fitting European clothes, instead of the sometimes I vhas glad to meet a tier
little tho starboard lift. The
ca- wheel out of
elk-I. from a shirt to a car paper,
8asurfr-F.C. Webb.It. Mor/an. Attorneys at law and Notaries det opens his mouth, and says: "Ah-h" light imprisonment, in punishment for but we are also making paper out of white fustanella (kilte,. gay jacket I who doan' tell me who he vhas.
etc. It is three- I feel to
smoking, drinking Vhen I see a woman cry
and red fez which haJ become national
hal-E.:: I). Wall. and then opens his eyes and says: nearly thihg," said a Yankee
uor-T. W. Swe.lt.C"IO" quarters of a mile from quarters and every it I praise der wisdom of Nature. If she
AM* STABLE BRADFORD CO., FLA. "How, and finally learns that his cap manufacturer."The dress although was
tfllB" the men who get there havo to walk Albanian. In the the rustic couldn't shed tears she would pull
Lj4i has not been set squarely on his head. most recent invention in our country '
CtUt'lIn. Abstract!' of Title and Real Estate Law a back and forth to recitation, etc., twelve dress is more picturesque. The homemade somepody's hair.-Detroit Free Press.
He has been "spotted. trade-and it is orie which bids fair to .
.T.flk hat)Ju;'//e-J.: tt. ItnLall.r : specialty. times a day. The "brig" is tho berth of -
BUB* 1 of Cirt-utt Court-H. F. 'orLerlr..zt. Abstracts furnished showing every Deed, As he grows older ho learns that there revolutionize it altogether the pro- garments of coarse cloth goat- A REVIVED ANECDOTE. ....
deck of the Santee where is sent
Lion Tax Sale Judgment, At. a man skins and sheepskins are attractive to ,
> W.Ipieraou.dsoo.N. Mortgage; are many things: for which a man may cess of making paper out of cotton. It -
**> tachment and ail matters of public record for serious disobedience of rules. To when and stained. Sir Walter RaleIgh and the Good Vlra1J
the ragged
C. Wainrlght. and filet affecting Titles' of Real Estate in be spotted. "Ccrp not properly squared." was recently discovered by a gentlemanfrom eye, even Queen Elisabeth.
V. tioiJ *.r-M. M. Hale.i Bradford county, Florida, up to date of "Trousers:: not brushed." "Shoestrings "shake a leg" means to hurry. Georgia.. who has thus opened up Capuchin cloaks are commonly worn by London In its
i;'.rinu>n'iciit of "Sick list" is called at the academy Bad weather held
T. be.
the hood
towllng. %bltr .ct. .. hanging." .n tton off blouse." "Not the South for the men in cool weaiher
to ,
- fe.rtfyor-Jolm P. PI ntf. C. ):.. every morning, and those who think another great industry drawn tne head in a storm. strong grip, and as her Majesty's state
) ing over
\ ronerlv sha ed. It Is marvelous, hulls of the cotton seed, hitherto
untyitmniissioners-L.! the
WltKovski W. chair ,
Q --- the
44" --- they aro too unwell to work report to chair had been sent to shop
"",. }d. It. 1 eabo oy John S. Andrtws and what little things catch the eagle of considered worthless-a mere These servo as mantles by day and
FOR eye utterly in it
of ,
have springs
tL $ .biLt.. the physicians. Tho plebe whose experiences blankets by night. The women in the to a new
the inspector. in fact-are found to be the
waste, now to
for the Queen
,.. FX.R.E JDXTO'CrE TM-033, we are reporting did two or are dressed simply on or- became necessary
State Officers.trnor Somehow the cadet manages to get most valuable for the making of paper country very walk to Parliament, to leave her reg-
the Liverpool and London three mornings last year, complainingof occasions but are perhaps more
Representing dinary ,
E. to breakfast and in the first
A. Pcnueola.ut.GoverorM. flops seat.
Perry. pulp. order for the state execu-
and Globe Company. a pain in his back, and the physicians for ular morning
in dress special occas- '
[ : jj. Mabry, Lensbury.wtirj Perhaps grace has been usually said at "The discoverer, after much study extravagant tioner. The gallant Raleigh, who was
of MH ii i .1 111 i I who thought he was shirking, else. Hats and
Stito-John L. Crawford, ions than in any thing
homo to slow and measured tones. conclusion that the hulls
Any- the exalted
to station
came time the --
fr4yhI.Orns4Geaera1..C.! blister his at that occupying
finally put a Spanish-fly almost unknown In
L. C.
HULL are
he waits a moment, and soon finds be made into pulp. An
P. Cooper. St. Aujfus- way back. Space forbids our describing his could paper ofteu long veil- of Escort Extraordinary and Gold:
..iViII towns ladies wear a
that everybody has made a divo at the analysis of the hull showed that it is ; Stick-in-Waiting to the Queen, in accordance -
agonies, especially when, as he lay on fe4 of which the red
trorer-R. P. 6-111. PIII lka.mkl'oner Contractor and Builder food and that there is none left for him. composed of nine layers, the two upper like wrap, or the with the duties of his office
his back, a companion came along it lies their
of .LanJs-C L. is becoming 83 on
.., I HUchell Ft. Then some more comes on, and he ones being black and coarse, while the very offered his arm to Elizabeth. and they .'
"Hello- him
shouting slapped on of the lower classes
ler.GenJral-W. dives too. The scene that follows is in- remaining seven are of very fine fibre, dark hair; women six and
-JS D. Barnei. STARKK:::, FLA. tho back. often bind a kerchief about the head. A twain, preceded by trumpeters "

taut wa.t: Oeti-i al-: David LonM! 'e JarKayt.wintendnat discribable.But Ho was not shirking, but was in the and after being subjected to a certain face-cloth conceal tho lower part followed by three pieces of art1l1ery' ..
of Public Instrurtlon-At- Plant and Fperiflc.itious furnished on short it is not always so. When the chemical process can be blanched a may and thousand small boys, set out in .
Utzueii, Jacksonville. notice. Carpenter Mork solicited and first stages of a severe attack. of chills of the lace from strangers. Women are a .
upper class men return from their cruiseno fleecy white. About five hundred rain. As umbrellas had
promptly! attended to. and fever, which developed in a day or still kept in half-oriental seclusion.
IT* Hulled Slatu Ottlcer. Hand-made brok for sa'e eitbec at the kilo man dares reach half an inch over two, and the surgeon who gave him the pounds of these hulls were sent to a have retired gallery in the not been Invented at that period Raleigh
art* .[ter-R. C. Tucker. Gainesville. Dr delivered at the depot.J his side of tho table for food, or he will paper mill for experiment, and the result They a sheltered himself from the torrent
blister was very kind to him during all perform hard labor -
".." -/.T. Crawford Gainesville. -. '-- be terribly jumped. And, by tho way, was the product of the finest textile They may: beneath the water-proof ruff her Majesty .
his illness, bringing him books to read, in the fields, but they do not go
pveyor-Cenerai-W. n. Bloxbam, TallaSENATORS. the jumping soon begins for our plebe.As pulp that tho chemist had ever seen wore about cher neck, while Elizabeth -
him both the week
and after Peasant
inquiring the streets. girls
J J. W HICKS he wanders down for a breakfast a while the paper woven from the pulp freely upon was granted tho sole satisfactionfor
; he was on duty and the week he was off. shrink from going out to service and
Ptmuel crowd of about fifteen men approach makes a much better and smoother the soaking she received by order-
Pasco Montlccllo.PQ. .
-N. Y.: Tribune. much domestic work is done by boys.
W.uingon (?all, Jacksonville. him their caps cocked at an anglo of b- article than ordinary 'news print' as Ing the clerk of the weather to the
of the- lower classes are
nE'RERENTATI\'E8. forty-five degrees over their left eyes, Warning to SnufF-Users. well as a good quality writing pa Greek beautiful women if have beau- block. Tho journey passed without incident .
Distriot-Hon.! ; 1L H. M. Davidson, CITY BARBER and they demand: "What's your name?" seldom ; they ever worthy of note until the party -

C,._ in fierce tone. "Where do you come A discovery is reported to have been per."Can paper be made cheaper from ty as girls, they lose$it under the hard reached the corner opposite the Parliament -
114 Distrlct-Hon! Charles made by a Berlin physician, Dr. Ernst ships of their life. They carry heavy
kOrtnge.'AENTS.. Dougherty, from? "Albany, N. Y. "Eh, what this pulp than by the old process? buildings, where it was found
3t| Flothow, which ought to be a note of burdens. Near Eleusis I met a dozen
State? "New York. tho dimensions
-AND- "Any more "The time and cost of reducing that a mud-puddle of extraordinary -
; like you there?" "Ye-s-s." "Great warning to all who indulge in snuff. hulls to pulp is only 50 per cent. of I young women carrying kegs of water, -a puddle worthy of the
: the load. Tho
He was consulted by a patient who was each crouching under;
"Yes-s. "Say sir. "Yes-s- thus unto
Hair Dresser.OPEN guns. what tho present process requires Elizabethan age-had gathered
I, troubled with headaches. The lads, on the other hand, are tall,
severe .
sir. "Stand head. And tho about
t on your the price of paper will be reduced Itself the larger part of the street. .
AT ALL TIMES. poor plebe gets on and off his head till physician's inquiry revealed. the fact one-half,'while the quality will be much straight and dignified. Their dress Is "By my halidom," quoth the Queen 4
that the had been to the often like that of their sisters, and more
patient given
he is dizzy. I can illustrate tho I! "but this puddle hath extraordinary ;
better. Perhaps
Shop on 'all St., just East of RaIlroad immoderate The than I exclaimed at the beauty of
use of snuff. snuffbox once I
Then all fifteen demand
men at once: exact difference in this way: To reduce depth Methinks 'twero well that we

ANKLIN II. nOUGH, Will constantly keep on hand a full 'Who's the savez' man here?" "Who'sthe : was produced, and a microscopic poplar wood"to pulp it requires 12 a maiden who proved ladies to be of a Athens shepherdlad. incline return, and defer the executions until

line of the following goods for sale : handsomest?" "Who's the woodenman investigation showed that it was swarming deg. of baume liquid, with 120 pounds The Greek the morrow."
would .
Dandruff Cure to the hair. with bacteria which appeared in to a full habi\ and most "
; IOLICI'I'OR OFFonign cleanse ? And whichever way he answers of steam and the time con- "Not BO, my liegess, said Raleigh.
Cream of Roses for the face to remove the form of a fine whitish pressure to better advantage( in the more
tho plebe offends fourteen of the fifteen powder. is sixteen hours but with the cot- appear turning to one of his retainers and seizing -
sunburn tan, freckles and smoothe the These parasites, it is stated, bore Into flowing robes of the country dress than
I and stands the consequences. Then time is only eight his cloak "'tw re better far that
tonseed hulls the ;
i skin. A full line of Razors and Hones costume.
!! Parisian
the walls of the nasal in the close-fitting
[ PltG constantly on hand; old razors repaired.J. one man orders him to do something, cavity, where, hours, with. one-half the liquid and my friend here should sacrifice his

W. HICKS, and another orders him not to. "If you they multiply rapidly, and finally find. steam pressure."In Interior. habit to thy necessity. Never shall It .. '.

I II I Starke, Fin. don't I'll jump you," says one. "If you their way to the brain.. -N. Y.: Posfc addition, the cotton stalks can be Knew Where He Was From. be said that while a Raleigh stood byr, ..

F Urtel, tea U. S. Patent Offici I' do I'll run you," shouts the other. I A Reliable- S Servant. used as well for the manufacture of -who has just been the Queen of England was balked hep
The plebe obeys the first and is Judge (to prisoner her ankles in pursuit
stated above determination or
pulp'and.by :the process. is
ASIIINGTON. D. o.'oro WBITB tEGH RH "jumped" by the second, and then, to "Here Is a note I want you to handto can be made to'produce a good class of brought into court)-What your of her ambition

his utter disgust, the first man says: Mrs. Lively when you are sure no-: tN. 1'.*Telegram.There name? Sajing which, the courtier threw his .

JEH "Guess I'll jump you anyhow, just for body is looking," said a New York paper.... .h ; -s- Prlaoner-Billings*' rotainer's cloak.upon the wrface of thaptI

the fun of it." And again he stands on society man to a colored servant at a Is In.a Southern Insane asylum Judge'Where..JtJOU .f freqa, ,Mr.Billings'k' f ddle, 8-1 4' ;.le!, Majesty stepping- :.

t4 to for the moderate United fees.States Patent Eggs for Hatching his head. fashionable Fifth avenue residence. "an eight-year-old boy who has :.. ;; 8: x'-\r 'reac the ,other.81d. -- -..

a la the IV fled Stages and all Patents foreign Perhaps the plebe has now flagrantly "Yes, sir," said Sambo, showing his neveV beena\ate since the hour of his ; ;. ... -f'"JIt'1JU9 L,.:.. @J" ." hei feet Elizabeth.gallantry ,.
F"*.. TR.DIJMAUKS AND LABELS regls- violated some of the rights of the upper ivories. birth., Hew.asthe child of ajs$<$M prisoneRj' n. .,II" .- ;. ., j, .-. .,
H [S J eeve.t application 'revived and and if he is made to "But mind don't . : ;; : ; ,
13 classmen, so, "eat you whisper. a mother hasjflelicate fhlgh.whitefOreheiuf : : : : 3yigstbhsabit,4
; ,
f"d. luiormat'on and advice as to soul. ,. .: : ., ,. :' 'c; .
or fight. If he fights and gets word to living < wi : ii : iqr salngIa.: .
soap : .
dag \ 1i '
ri Pitts cheerfully furnished wijb8 .: ...;" ..,. .:_ ..' ; :' : 'd, .' : ',. i' ,. i ''".
W 8*. whipped he eats soap. If he fights and "You kin, jess rest> easy Juxkt dat. ( ur1s. .His:arm is not: : :.t t I. -' '" ;- ; ..; -.} "': ,' E ,?<;.. ,,.;,. &b1tSI1 :'I t-c.'. t
$ [ > Lethorns (Knap's Ftraln) ar. the wins he eats a double dose. So it does no boss. ,Yesterday fetched {at&SII. ..d1nary man'ajthumb.: ,. >' ""?"'."' .' ',.-.. .. '\. : ,;
ket' } .
\ : : 5- ,; :.>-
nudder lt.
letter from i '
J 1 a. to pa'f partti1agOO4: to fight. woman geman' hr year after.year, talcinhin2tpaasO j :) .. \t'\Pj
tablllfJ' jarefully packed and delivered nt KxpresiIllire i'j.. ..
; .. .
By Octthe, cadet leaves the I ain't-said a'word 'bout it to] S. .T "' ... ;' ., ;; '( '
iea at bore price. A-idrs-s; : 't'P.; .:
JS Cotrttioldec.ce(f P&ets fu-nlshed for 25: N .U O. '- ICXUX. Santee and goe ". quarters. There body 'it. You kjn jess rest easy < is tOlr >gh to take..!<.> .. .;.' 't ,. p.1-"-..1s.." -:----1 or. t.: ....,. .l.J< r'... ";:: ";.:.". .S...-' <', : -
invited. Highland, c.w (oui.ty, ilor.da hb: first experience T= *%bUgle call. He my opening my mauLTeas, : .. $' u rclaD e5..c'!. t -. .'. ';. "''.: .: f -t'' '..1 ,c '. .01; ,.
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:--- ... -- -- --- -- so per cent..: U lu bill, so per cent 1 FASHIONABE DRESSMAKING, I
'J'a"' NUtiCC. / Hamrick k

ADFUHUCUULEYlELEGMPH.?( I A few of IUOM whom .we arc,running J i I TARIFFS COMPARED.( ----- -, mt _. sn ; iao. ; /, |

Ii announcement l t01 lime fajlcgrto nuke ; bill.1864.free.floral.8 cts. ft.: 1878, frees 1888. I S BY Ilts. JOHN DARBY.MACAZ1N .

* j. ; I -&UL1s1uz) WLJKJ AT1 ,: |mj'niciils jis 84jtZ iml #i.on. T,. tfco.ejvcsniipjy _.... 1841. U par

: 1).J.BI4IFOflDS3QUNTY. t"J.lIRID.\ } siij- /Jut A yiiK to :!hl' -Uinalioii] PRINCIPAL SCHEDULES FROM 1789 ets. Ib.; 1888.5 cts.Ib.( IIUIe.ftw.Brltks ,S AND PATTERNS I -IJ AI.EUSX. ','

;jn ifciMnct s j.n our Slate njidcilv. }t i is'ivwcseary '! CAREFULLY EXAMINED. : 1791. 10 per cant 1832. Constant/: ) h.uid. I

'z :t: i. c.. *rEim.Proprietor.. .(hat every. rent ovujij: in {is : tM2.sa per ceat; 18: psr aeati -I i "

Jdaor .afJd bltouid he paW fit cIice.UIICI I'nwuI8I ; lamnallry of tbe Change ta Duties from cent: Ktu bill. fwe. .' -I Town and Count)) orders solicited."Principal BEHEEM. HEROIC::*

'... -_ ____ _ _ : .Bristles: 1818. S cts.lb.; 184X1 ct.
\>)m)ike drapfwtzmmhis.piiihfo.r nt one*. i the Tina Tariff Imp "0..0" ".00 A YEAR.Kutertl I per Kft.; 18C4. U eta. lb.: 1883,15 -Ut.m..rene.'s-- .
; to tb. Present 'flme.CbMu1. .
Ht.teu Covernmeat .

t t : coJ'IcE..t.a I Proposed by the Mills UIILfCoprirhtt4 btU.f.ee.Dro ees .r all att.dsi 1132. U I I Ladiesof Starve vicinity. STARKE j/J!
; Awtiiig t theW Of/if &trLt. Ft.,., u* &roml( GJ'lbc will heml tl-e TELEGRAPH i: by tl,e American Press Association.] .. 30 per cent; 1884 88 per .ee$.: : Starke, Fla.. Oct. ht. 188- .
ijThjpi Matter. I No .:iicr subject in American politics has Mat.; Kills bill.30 per cent. "

p t.i-f -. ._ -. :__ .,- -lutil Jawjiry 1st 1890) for only One beeii vi oi ton and no continuously debated as Brv.sboi.All kinds: 1789.TK per \ LAKE VIEW ''I We keep constanlj haiHj "Ii LA. -:_{,.
; --- ----
RATIONAL( TICKET.. I Dollar, iu Cu'li. Now is hoe. tinv.jortjbserbe i! the t.ir.ft .it is .,not surprising, therefore, 30 per cent; 1866.4 per cent.; 156$. \ '

..It_ "' -- Do not wait. EV'i)' Post t"..1., ntc nfd2ti BEQA imports into the Kills bill. 20 per cent. : Caned Goods CaldCIgais > :.*

'.' ForOIIOViH Pn't4l1ll'D: Mailer in thc rounty i iMiuthorized to tllkI I I noc gao QO less than Balbs svmd B lbo.Roots CLAY CO., F LA., and all /
('LEYELAKO.; 'd .blishment ot theirS 20 gOObu1aJ11
: For Vic- Pft-ideot- ulil'riplillllJ. d' ,4 minor changes 1848. free; 884.. 80 per cent 1888. '
as- < HillibUl. f.N.B.rl.pa
: j.-
ALLEN G.; THUJWJAN.IVesldrnti" n.rJ'; 4 Ch re Loafo been as many as three in J.iC BECKj JR.j a first class grocery Stfli *
; j The ne\vi>pap<'r : ck .f" notezoesdlac 60 '
% /1'. the di.Tcrent tariff adopted by
:Lc Elc-C'tI"I: Jiu-vr formed IIre" eliot). I the IIhJl.L..: Cfcmar be classed under eleven heads 1q25.15 per coaL: 1843.30 per eesX Expeller dill St. InJohMfc .

:::4 i.?: ,'. |M'KIITKA.. ; Jack.n.U. which. ii to *"*M each other in i :misot ofiicknes i i Tit: ceat.; 18'11 ao per. cent.; 1888.30 per up health the Fy to trm Ur *|

1' .\. BUIVOHO. ot Marion. >, and their fumil.e i# CUMT olUuitlh I. Tb Hiinlltonian or Federalist tariff bflLfree.Cables & COMPANY,
n.HII.HH'JJEI.r.: .. of .\"tlt(' I. the first adopted, signed by President WashIngton or Cordage, tarrodi -- U. D.

U. n. f,LMfU. d {o\v. h\l\\ I on July 4, ', and amended many ewt.: 1814.8 ots.lb.; 1838.4 ets. .; REAL ESTATE & LOAN BROKERS.

';r t.S r The masonic frlth'milc.f$ Jiacksonvilchave :, times in the following twenty-three years 1844 33 per cent.; UI6.1 cia.lb.: 1888 PIP I .;t-
.. 'and generally by higher rates. It was suspended Mills bill 36 per eeat I
( :
for r"man FORFlorida'
u. ; 6 KOBT BULLOCK, of Mnrion funds plenty to carry I them thl'lIu'h for a time by theembargo" of Cables or Cordaa*. SMt t*rr i \2.

-- the epidemic mo mod have requested I that no President Jefferson, which practically prohibited eta. ewt- 1818. & '.lb.; 1838. 8 ets. R. H lands. S$

I ,p 1.w DEMOI'UTJC TJCKET. more .lunds be sent there. I I aU trade with Europe. = R>.; l6,25 per cent; lilt ." I' .) Southern t

: j L __ __._ I I 2. The war tariffs of 1813-45, nominally lb.: other.i4 ots.lb.j 1888KsoHU.3}< We have lands of every' tll'tcrlpthHl.If 1

;1 IL FrOivrnor' : Our nliiuni.ici-jiH-ntb coluiiui .it lust pie-' I! moderate, but made prohibitory for.a time 1" cts.; Mifli bul.28 per seat.CsvHdyi .
: NG of Duv V. ii. the British blockade. want to buy u-nt, lease or
Yn.I8 P. .f'J.}: t1 sent a candidate for County Surveyor i by 1780. 10 per coatt 1818. yoa ,

%. the i>crsf>n f Mr. II. E L-igt-rjiren. Although I 3. The Lowndes-Calboun tariff of 1816, I84X 8 cts. lb.; 1864 10 eta. lb.. sells it will pay you to call on or
of .State avowedly protective aDd designed "to preserve
f r J-'or ticriiHry : Mr. L. JIMS' lived in this countyfor Stills bill B cts.lb.C Syphilis,Syph
,5 QIN L. UUATORD.. of Waukulla those Industries called Into existenceby ( Erup write to us,
I : f I .-- the lust tell years he is prohnhly a the exigencies of the war and by the ...e Md SUekst 1".'K per and WATCHMjSTARxvyy.
,: blockada" 10 percent; 1S64.9S: per cemt-j 1888. that have !
total of the here
For Atttorney-Geneml: ranger to most voters ,
[ ? t c A' W. !B. LAM H. of Jefferson. it least in the capacity of lIurve\'or. As !! 4. The ant "Clay tariff," sometimes called per cent. uDhf ac1..SO per eeat P.,and the rarely great DRUG STORE. -ASD_.
the "Republican tariff" of 1824 raising the SDIsIae4.20 per cet. I j 'VEL'm'n
-I well with him then-
we are Acquainted we
t. t 7 fitr Comptroller: rates of 1816 and adding many produced Card ca.&k..I-.ats.p t tsp'Cial
ki of Juckson. fore take the opportunity to say that it hi the newer .. This was the first unvntetwed from Me.!wise 44 ct* I attention
4V. -I). .BA'RN..Jo* i. iriven to
; .
&t,4.r; -: elected he, wjil; ,11 the office credilnhiy.itlioir tariff; levying duties on wool, Hills bill.20 eta. per ICJ.ft.| when I and JeCOHBIHED' ..tc.4t C0
I 6. The tariff of 1828 the highest before the 49 eM. Lumps or I at rt'8sonslM priCff for L
: ___;rI Treasurer From tempered steel wte pet .
has niude
For Slate
UK man
\\ Ipqi4.
__. 11 } denounced by Its enemies as "The on the Arms I ant 8 Par1IIIIf
: ., ?JRANK. J._PONS. of Baker. rrien4 l3 while here who know .Jijiu'; as Tariff of Abominations. Carpet bookings..d. Oarp.IIPgs mats. rags .use All P. P.these P., 5- -

coobpienUous to undertake \'hut he to"1 0. The "modifying tariff" of 1833 designed druggets of P. P. P,,
for 8ui>eriuttudent of Schools: hscsocX bds14 of wool..
sf He is well in mathemalhlcb to 'correct the inequalities" of that of 1828.T.
.UuEItTJ.1tUSELL. of DIH'41 not perfcMm. up either or other material Tae taty
..sj i and will he provided with good The compromise tariff of 1833, designed began In 1790m THpcfessA, sad
the nullifiars of 8oth Carolina l and
to padfj .,.
I .
I P1 ;For Commissioner of Agrocnlture: ta nd accurate instruments. S provid'njj; for taking off one-tenth of the complicated 'uithNch( '.
WOMBWELL Jackson. meatloned la this psngnya arc I
: L. B. higher duties each year until all should reach in cases with
4 Those who toil for daily wages are beginning I: a uniform rate of 20 per cent. tho press .t tariff ((1888))as MlowK In In Eternal some cases Pain I I

.. Fur Supreme Court Judges: to understand that capital. alh'Ugb 8. The Whig tariff of 1849, adopted on the bocklngs. 15 eta. eq. ;4.and*0 party waa a I L. GASKINS ,'

GEORGE P. RANEY. of Leon. sometimes yaunting importance I I. plea that the treasury was empty and the tngsqtwooLfiax"rcotton, or parts P. P. P. was I J. ,

.. 'A.: E. MAXWELL, of Ewmnbla. and clamming fur the projectiqu and favor : manufactures prostrated, and designed to be Other material D. G.p...and mat, quickly. DEALER IN

r4_. "11. L, MITCHELL. of HillsboroughCQfJNTV \ of the fjoyerunieni. }it' dull and slug- both for revenue and protection. I II .sat.tarrIgesz. .

l j -_. mi li. JiJI touched by lIe 1I11\gicsllmllrl otabpr I 9. The Polk-Walker tariff otlM6. abolish- 1789. 15 vr eeat: I Drugs & Medicine

pECIITJC T.Ci Ef. : jt springs into activity, furnibhin! I I! Ish all existing duties and providing for a eeat; 18C4. 85r<* eeat; 1888. If ,
T --1 ip occasion; for F ttilrllllXatwllltnd gain- :! lower scale of duties on what was alleged to bill.30 per centCastor P.its P.cures P.stands are Starke, Fla
For Senator: the value which enables! j ty to bear its :' WITHRefracting
: ng be a "scientific plan." The rates averaged Deans 1864. 60 cts. Gm1

.: ABRAHAM CROSBY, liurden. And the 1 laboring man is thoughtfully :: about 23 per cent, if luxuries be included. Ita.bub.; Mills bin. 95 cts. bui ot Syphilis.Scro Physicians' Prescriptions
pi. !inquiring whether> in these circuinisiancts 10. The second Rheuma Power
: .I Democratic-Republican or pastor Oil: 1824.40cU.gil.;IN& I be sure and ,
For Representatives upd considering the tribute heooiistautlv
pompromiso tariff of 1897, reducing the rates tided at all hvur Any
( Compttu *- THKY ARE
Jurefully AS
RICHARD.J. into (884. 51.00 ga4.; J888 sq eU. gaL; TRAXSPiSi
,1. U. pays the public Treasuryas I of the Polk-Walker tariff on the plea that and Potas ;

J. L. GASKJH3 !l.e supplies liis. daily wants' lip receiver the revenue was excessive. gel. like the bottle many ANI COLORLESS AS tlQBTnos

1.t Lf'T: - -' liis lull Miarcof advantages. I 11. The Morrill tariff of 1861 the first Chicory Root: 1834. ungroond. every and hole- I! And for soUness of endnrwjc,Jo4 ..:".

J. J. Pattlifcl, of JacKf'"vllIc-> Tlieie! js also a suspicion' nb oad that t lie tariff providing for a general system of compound prepared. II otl' lb.; 1815.uDpund 1 does give. THATF1GIiTTho I cannot be excelled, enabling UMI 1r.
C4.| } I
In his i surplus ot out rcvenueb imiiiHlcahnorrnaiand I an4 differential duties, specific and pared. Ii cal. lb.; 1388. nngronnd.2 I to rend for hours without ftii .? .
4. died .w'ith the prealing} r feyrr. exceptional IIUMHUSprofiis.. which : ad valorem and making differences betweengoods pared. 2 cts. lb.; Mills bill.free. Meeting; Original Wins. I fact they are -*- -

death Iiicjtsonyjlle !Josesone of its noblestjdtizens. under the sytemn which produces such imported from different parts of the Chl .w.hl 1m. 10 per cent; '. of C. F. Simmons. St. Louis Frop'lM. I Perfect Sight Preserr

A moqun,eot is to be ere tp( in guip'us! incieasc withllui'orrl'spllldtllg world. This tariff was frequently raised eents 18U.SO per -11864.white. Ast>o .A.Simmons Liver Medicine,Lut'd I IO&to '
' benefit to I the! people at l.ugi, the vast uc- 'I'I in the U. S. Court DEFEATS J. I Testimonials from the leading pankfe
Jhis memory. during the war. revised in 1863, 1867, 1869 econted.50 per cent. 1888. wblte.1II II.Zeilin,Prop'r Q.Simmons Liver I Uniteil States
._ (euiiiUMtiop! 4 Tew union;: our ('ilizcnvlhe <> I and 1870, reduced 10 per cent in 1872 raisedI lecorated. 00 per cent. MOls bill,' .\I.soC ltioll. Kegulator.Esttl by Zcihn 1868.M. I lien of govenors note In,all seaatei.prat*!fcLtockmen. ? ,
\ furl u ties. rivalling the wealth "I! tiniiuiM o'.d in 187.1 and e A. S. L. M. has for 47 years different branches of '
Yellow fevert'xpNtshu bYC been In I the rates slightly reducedin cent: dt.conte4.60pewoeoLCb.t. I trade. bukerTsii. *
? it.. nnli-'lciuori.itic ie cured INDIGESTION, BILIOLSNKSS, "
favored .
? an- the result the etc. can tit giveB who bare had tll**t'"
tariff. ( togellii-r.
18S3 being present
to cx.mripe the bickne's a'l'otl.'d of lro. DYPEJ'SUsJCIC HXADACIIELO I proetl by their use.I .
f 4. St. Augustine not iln' n.itur.il roMtii ol, : ) plain It Las been avowedly protective throughout ion id- APPKTITZ, SOUR STOMACH ETC. ; tAU
kt. there report tlU lliefc! \jr DO >cllow leVi tt Mid i iJJ'I; >lrioud public.-1'n-s. C'ltveLindsAnnual The Mills bill would make certain reductions 15 per cent.; Mills bfll. tree.Cbromcte i out 'S Uer. T. B. Reams, Pastor. E. I Eyes Htteg
; ) ember, 11/ or potasBt Ifli 12 .w\Church',Adams,Tenn., writes "1
lculll Mesige, )1'q :
it would
and lat h. baniUry c III- left'ln 1883 that
t LrF 411 bt. Auguotiiie I on rates and place several I think I ihou'd have been dead but I FltCuaiantsadbtl
20 cent 1854.8 cts. lb.j And the
: ib good.L I articles of which wool U the most important 1812 pir ; smofe- C for jcur Genuine M. A. Simmons I
ditioii 1883.3 pts. lb i Mull bm.3" ets. lb, and! I Liver Medicine. I have
: The pro psilion with whIch! we have to on the free list f pros. KlYEHSArJOINEB/--

I: Tl.c. J. T. & K. \V. H U. and tht!! FII deal'is the reduction of Ihe revenue rcvived The student of American tariff legislation Clapboards.. 187$. $3.00 time of our aTIIt WD1 "Z sometime i1in.s stuff"hud for to your substitute Medicine Swl Ik&-}

consolidated. This (' by the Government and i iudjiecih! should keep constantly in mind the fact that $2.OOperU; Mill.bill.free.Clapboard : \\Wcdnenla S cotp3 but i it don't answer the
SouilitTii It. H. (aid by tIme people fiom custom duties. until 1879 tho tariff question was always *. spmeet 1873. $ t i () ', to purpose.1* 'rhAfoI.8 giiot4e5! not 8I1PPIiPdt pea.f5

r' .ilS a very important railroirl 1 tratisaftioufor cite quest itato ul fiee I tiade is not involved. I complicated with the questions of banking 18S8. $1.50 per M; Mill bill. free. Church on iopu 1Jaist Dr.),.)R.Iern Gra phis'cs 1'enu., Editor The I A.K.

f ; .for the State and will likely very' much nor is here! now any occasion tor the g"-n- and currency, and that a change in the one Clay uawrought: 1800. frees 1846. )' i h' Decem I rcccivio a pckagc of yourLiver says: WHOLESALE[ DEPOTS
/ lurih.! S t.roth 1 discussion of the \\ is loHi; or expediency often produced results now erroneously ) \ Medicine, ai.t! have used half of it.
i; 4S .. .bftufit of u protective, 8y teiu. Charged credited to the other. While 1804. $5.00 ton; 1888. $3.00 toll; MUU : \ =, It works like a charm. I want no I

_ 4GSs S _. .1.hi.lice! and tairiicsa dM. ltt (that in any there have been eleven general tariffs and Coal Tar,prepentums of not TER. better Liver Hcgnlatoc Zelliu's and certainly -
'- 'It will bengicat plc..blirc, to volp fur a nu more mixture. LADIES I
moditieatiiiii! of our pit-sent law relating some forty minor changes under the general tclds: 1888.20 per cent.; Mills bill : Pft

1 __ man like (' apI. Flinijug fur GIIV\ qlflr, in ie\tnu-, the i ttt1U.l I It's and i iimicbiHiCn I 11' beads, there have been no less than eight distinct Cocoa: 1789.1 ct lb.j 1816.9 eta. .
; _nnd! lluihc x\li<> ala,mmi' a vail i m Ihtlllbl'h' t.She ,i \\ !have been tncouiajied 1111..en systems of currency and banking Ib.; 1846. 10 per eeat; 1864. 8 eta. ( S I Do Tour

privilege Uie 6tli of >so>tinbi.-r! will l.i\j>. ami ii. Mlnih I.urlIieus\ huvelaigeiiivtbimriiU which mav be thus titled: The Hamnto ian tared. 9 eta.lb.)) 1875. free fprepered. ; us. I where.th-ij Price will dye 1O
United States bank 1789 to 1811 the
S it. should not be nil:ihbsly inj era, ; 1888. free prepeiwd. 3 eta lb.fc Mills Moderator. I for Strength OWaDreblf''I
ntlcrviards Madisonian state bank 1811 to
1"r ever ngici era
u rod! or (lest 103 ed. \\eMionld also deal I or for Fastness
S *m* 1817; the Clay "t United States .rrnon.r'7,a. o.p. f.: 184X They do not
. tV 1 There 1SI i5 i \\urktobedonein with the! yul-jed in such a manner nt topiotept ank er-u 1817 tA MSA-iSS: t J. 1840.30 per cent.; Ib64.15 eta.lb. to k
grea ..lu14 1888.
,American J. L. Uaskins
the ipterests of labor. fUl'tf. endless for prtnttng mxiMrnsi than 90. eta lb.)) ELSE FAILS.
This paper or ((838 (vUae more CURES WHERE ALL
r Bnidford county by the Dcmocpits.! which |is the Capital, of our uorkin nan; Ga. BertCoui/h Tastes Use I
1875. W ota.lb. and SS per esnt.; 188, 90pts. Jb.ad Kills $. 40 per coat r'f Syrup. good.
S ja no time lor split tickets or c"m promise.bcr its stability and proper remuneration! I urn- 3d per i i..h extrimtly -
; Democratic moot justifiable pretext for u protective -
that you frule a straight t policy.-Fres. Clevtl.uui" tirstAuuual of Soda ISM. IK .| IM3 9 et*. tb; 1M6. 90 per een .s boucs ached [r \\vii.da.j.t FREE SAMPLE of*.;.' .

ticket and fIll! your neighbor% doea the Messae. December &. 1388.1), 0(1. ft.; IpUI biD. H et. Ib. 88a.eV10ct.lb.; Mill bill frs.CeppeTCllpplDgsfrO5w.. L11 and con I believe Pijt/s Curo 'I -ret It'io.0 itjultct.r fOr f5 mjae.odor cowp1luIIIIIIl..louft5.l.Ir.ns / ';'':*,

.Biinic.The. Blehreia t* .f Pvtasbi 1834,UKtP'nt.t t t of the j-li\- for Consumption saved :1.c. E.waumTtC..Ba.! J

_- 1- The Jtepabllcnn T rlfTBUt 1M1. M per eellt.; IS6& I eta.11M 1976. 'oil, lb.; reminufictvre: 1375. 5 eta. Ik.; ; of the dkciisr my life.-.\. II. DO\1 F.U.. I'r Notice.Six .

fTurfifitf/i( hats appeared iq "ne&tn' \ Flying in the face of th): national! pl.H- {888.8 ets. Ib.: Hills bDX 2% eU.P>. NUll bill 1 ctlb.Copper do me no Editor Buq II i i'Or.. Eden- mrIt5'I ,
rt afS-r date
\ ue\v p-';4Jte-lIp apd ,increased size fur!}, \hich)) declared( that 1 here shoqlil) hino ftl..rki'.g ohll kbals: IIG&.IOJlVeaL: ;sM.5p. ,old: 180 fIN; 1146,5 of medicine a triend ton, N. C., April 23, 187.PISO. I I: JOI'ot'1.Ih w 1' Ri.iimud> lunly Js4x,4uD:4 i : -

iuil rcducul jn! jme dGlIar"l year. It >sju.r <;|umge in the tariff ('k(.e1't towards 3 .*pants Mills bill.90 pew oeDL IK ct* lb.; 18i .':. lb.; 1888. 3 et iffect. I I I of luiuistrulii Brfilfiml .Mate B !1.U ofFloF"la.llIIlM-hotaleI "b.lf }
prohibitory dliob|( or the reduction or re? Beards*r Planks,nmfht 1841)0p i cent.; bill, free.
PecnttcraLi late of the et JfttUuttStptlSlhlMW.
I ftt.cfInicrt I. nH edjpg ( pa ((', and in a i son County t
1'1:141 l if duties ai] nrticlcs not luxuries that 1q71. 'l.cend S3-0 per 1C bd. mew.; 1863. ft.00 Copper, nanvfactaree, di I .
f in the Itt1. f-Jpu UllY i i1 Iiyp fHlll the <*-ii.se lCZQJg.
f S I caniot( bt produced iu this couj \ry, the 114 $9 QQ pw K bd. SSMW.: Kills b_.free. ware, n.0. p. f..composed wholly and I

\ S j-o.-itjinje: ; lit {pKI| "'pt k. Hrpulipiiis| | of the Senate have preti-nlvd; p.*...rnKk planed 18t3.80pese.: copper: UOO 1'!; per eent.t 1816.30 \ .\\astwo to- NOTICE FOIl PUBLIl'
bill that practicaL: cuts Ihe su> at !.
a ; duty '
and pent; 1342 80 p-cent.; 1864.88
. : ATS. II.OQ. 11 SO pe K ddl.s U$$. $1.00
:. tt'ij4; M;|;fUn, Uie editor IIf the Tirnei iu two, adds few important articles to f ICO per H addl.; MBls bill. fr... 45 per cent.: 88. 8 eta. DM NUts "wen.; ;r,no and cv-I LAND OFFICE. GAISlSVna'sgNotice |
the list makes number of
-. S. lidulI t1irdt hii home in! Jacksonville triv butt u CHIn- eeat thaa *K:
plipatel J iI't! \ incomprehensible changes iu a..ta: 1TOX 10peree&t W"lOpereaL; 3011 for. is hereby eivrti

' on bunday. 1"'fll'l1' of yellow fever. lie i'las&incatiou and. in the character of the ia& .per cents WO.M per eantj 1848. M pw Copper Ores 1843 free; 1864.8 saved my' i nailed make fisal settler proof has in filed support notice of tiic u

. S was n. clirUtiaii. gentleman u thorough ilites| | !levjed.{ The presentation of the seaL; IBM.40 per eeats 18T8. 40 ver eeat.t USS 8 et*. lb. (regain of, 4 eta. lb.; to me. The BEST Cough Medicine i said proof will be made belort till "I'
cU. 1933 5" et*. lb. regalus 31. \\AI.I is Tiso's the Clerk 00I *
, sonnentonnara mon yw erpertnvmt, BH ); CURE FOR : or In his absence
Ill' i/ill I I is d condemn
and man. a !f'clIH!\ sweepi nil
pclwlur a gOfld ucwpaier 1837 to 1841 the general state bank lb. Mills free. I CONSUMPTION. Starke.Fla., on November Ifith 14
, I ; system ee;>per. 3>i ct* ); bill kn Diseases Children I,
los. > v\i iI:1 ll'f felt nil o\er Jhe !tatc.Cnpt. lion of the tl, lform. Its leductiou of the 1841 to 1862; the greenback and nationalbank take it without objection. H. Ker-er of Starke. Fla. B.r. t4ksW4ofSW.Sec.0Tp5SEflt
sheets 1789. free 18M. I ,
: dUlIl'S l js I the Mjri'cMtjcr of Ihe Copper ; i
Migir prin- system with suspension of specie paytnenta By all druggists. 25c.
r IM 30 cent.s 1S46. 20 eeat. ., Drawer 3, He names tile following ftfle1i
S i i" his > iple of the elective tariff. The amount 1869 to 1879, and toe era of '! per per ; .
5- $ Fleming pushing! cinY4Sl i continuous residence
.11 reduction of the revenue, which with Iou" i f coin and paper, from I87d to. the font: lt7.4.lper cent 1388, $5 per said land. Tiz:
ii) the right style. He ha not failed tomeet die inLet mini tax reductions is claimed, present The student who attempts to study bill.80 per cent. 2PI.SQ1S.CURZ FOR AOam Tisnnk of

a single appojptuicnt whprp! tie Lab jit authors to be about 75.00U.WIO) i is a the currency alone finds his scientific conclusion Copper PI 51: 1792.tree;1846.8 CURES WHERE ALL ELSE MILS. ,r U. B. Sapp. upoa.I"
_ S constantly set at naught by the (acts- Beet T. V. Anderson
lie .. flllctC denial ot the statement sore eta. lb. 1875. 6 eta. '. 4 \ s.- 8/rup. Tastes good. Use
S u 9K : ( 1888.
\ 'not Leeu Hiopjied by quarnlitinc, the interfering factor is the tariff. If he attempts In time. Sold by drupels ta. John U. Ritch
fnmle of the right 'Muff and will make ctiitly and so emphatically made that to 'ednse general conclusions on the bill. 80 per ront.retiab s in the CONSUMPTIONThe &
'here will be no sum pouts next }'(ar.1111 tariff from admitted facts he is perpetually Bttsjciag 1894.8 cts. I : --i
\ Flori'U a tnt' excellent governor. while these rlatcmenu are l literally mindaILoVttbI1S5 thwarted by revulsions due to the currencr.If : r
: \ : line ot the bill!, the UcUils i>t u I ho nttcmpts to combine the two in one beis 4X to 6 eta. fq. jd ; 1883 3K eta. sq. plentiful in most ilelii-ato constitution can Mafe-I, :JOTICE FOR PUBLIC *

i It IK only) four weeks unli1' the prMllcntial .re marked throughout: by that suble and still often perplexed in forming correct ets. .q. yd.: IM .39 per eeat.; 1864. ly u-e Dr. .I. If. McLesm's Tar \ -
that I conclusions.Tljo! or less so., yd.. 8 eta. lb.; over 10 cts pauper list Ijiiin Balm; it K a sure remedy for loss I LAS OFFICE AT.GAJJ
slioulo.I vial interest
rleUiou. |U'nuCflll ckyfttvuiititm (lo :
1 very fpi ftwfng compilation presents a eoa- 1875.valne 7 eta. er less wj.yd.. 3 ; } '*, list is of voice, cottgli Mild Ul .hro.if anal lung &pt .
put fortlj ms U>t iffoitk to convert ateust has for years put millions. (of dolliirs tutu 8r1wn of tariffs from 1789 to the present cts.eta.lb.t 1888.value 7 eta. er diseases. : Nf.tU.-f I N hereby rIVeD tb: ':;i
I i he of small.. \ and I settler has filed DlItIet 0"
cully -
poekels: poferin name
those articles the duties whisk
the cause pon upon "111.; over 7 eta.. 3 eta.lb.; Mm
I one tn ing Hi-publican in
); | privileged class.-N. Y. Times. would be affected by the Mills bQl were it t* increase in If j-ou are sutleriiiK with weak or inflamed make final proof npperl.
reform. The iBMiei to IKS decideo Cotton Cloths 1797. 15,eeat, the that said proof wiB be ,
. pf tariff become law. Limitations as to space however one on eyes, or granulated eyelids you of Circuit Court,o'if abMO&Bia".
Hji year are of 'financial iiiterebt to cvcr\) A Protective Tariff Extortion.A bare made it possible to show the moss 90 per cent; 182$. 35 per cent.s 1849 can he quickly cured by usinjr Dr. J" II. Court at bturlte. Flond .oo ,
I is notable changes only. The items are classified ,1864.varying duties rnnaiag from II. & N. road McLean's Strengtheuiug Eye Salve. 25 viz:James \V. Nichols.8tartf
f luau, woman ami child in the country.The tariff for protection not a tax. alphabetically, the nomenclature of the percent to 35 p.CllDL. 1815 cents a box. for the W X of S W S .
, I i- Then what is it? :bimply pi ocess through Iblls bill bing observed so far as baa been and 20 per cent to 15 per eeat; 1888. at Drifton W 3i of S E.!* Sec. 1.Tp5,5

migjjtkiiup foot oqr Government which the fiscal agency of the governmentis I found practicable.! The first date given indicate yd. to 40 per eeat; Mills bin. 40 per There are many accidents and diseases ;: continuous He names residence the following np<*..
it in used to insure a pn-fit to cer.am mon- the year the article under consideration doing a very wbich affect stock and cause serious inconvenience -
Uie Iklapd of Cuba and pu npo said land, viz:
buy first CottoB. Haw..a.Ued. 8 to
e)ed inlcroU altogether of a private sort. was placed on the schedule the to the Lake and loss to the farmer in his AdamTison, otSirt8 .
xl oandary conUiiion eemb to meet next date the first change of note etc forty,_n. Manufactures of work which be '
S United States
\b uli Ihe people ot the these may quickly( remedied H. B. Sapp. : 'Cii
with gnicrnl iippioval. liy this ml.'lInl"It inteiesls refer mainly to wi.cwglull wan- In every ease however the rate of th* la 1800. 175 la 1808. 85 la 1316.vssUd by the use of )rpJ. 11. [ci.eStn'R01 T.". And rsou. -
S schedule of 1883, now in force, and referred 1841.25 per'eaC,1D 1843 80 la 1846 guavas are n canic Oil Liniment. A.J Browning, _",
| would be pohMblc to keep )ellow levei 1 ufacturiug. The government with Us ismer..ly to here as "1888." is given Just before the fig- little since except as all rates far superior S-C. ,
i a trust. It lias no properly ot ares proposed by the Mills bilL In the matter Yen SICK
-; out of the :Iule. It mu,t utliur he this 01 during tae war. The MOte bill HKAPACHK, ai d a sensation olopprewion
its own, and no po wci beyond the mereexpression of Mich articles as wool, iron sugar, etc.. antI dullness in the head PUB
: total nou-inU-rcomj-e with that island after which its form gives of the it has been thought better to give one short but little. steel bot are NOTICE FOR
i very produced
_ cominonjy by
indigestion -
)III)' ht JSovemlttr, Ut elicit year. sou\cnifeiily that remains iu the people.it explanatory the scb ules n than In fact to attempt this would togive I Cott.", Thread 1849. ta vitas on the IIali- : morbid despondencv.. j irrilability I LAND On'rca J.'f G : _

f __ cuinioi, therefore. pay bounties to one Impo6l'ibte.,asacomparfnothsseh.dnlesen lb.. 25 per cent; an other 80 pet and over sensitiveness of the nerves: i glven3'.

IlbaI- 8u: cilionu have been made by that iuleieiit or class of interests without taking wool alone would quit* fill this page. The eta. dOL aDd SO Per MIlL OD spools I View, Lake in It majority of cases IM traced to the i named Notice settler is hereby baa filed flOd _

. ncpu1J1ic to support the Pemncralucounty preelcely the amount wrested from letters "n. 0. p. f." stand for''$otherwise yds.; ceo* additional 100 yds..6 lo death same cause. I r. J. H. McLean's Liver make final proof In sUP-- p

ticket for anoiluT c.us: Nor can the government provided for. Here are this figures: I (er. eeati.1816. varytac? : ft!m 10" ( ). and Kidney IJalm and '\1 let* will positively that said prool will be w-".*WIlt-"m-

S votes for tbeir Stile do indirectly that which it is torbiddeu to Acetate of L.a4. brows 1843. ets. Ibj 90 per eeat to 40 eta. IbTaad 20 Com- cure. Receiver 1888. viz: John at Gaine.A.Dotaa m.o- _

? i ticket. This is too linn a racket. Let no In directly. In bringing the crushing 1864. SO ct..lb.lrt. 6 cts.lb.( U68. 4 eta. QM spools from 6 eta. dos.sad 80 per labor alone LIHK will acquire-new--\t. und cheerfulness : No. 12,21)9) for IhejKHo"1"iK .'

1 one ilmivcd iheieby The D moc1'l1ts' weight ol the General Government into }tills bill.3 etc. lb. 4es.and 85 per eeat; 1888. from 10 rturu if yon will impel your KHit v

chiiiices for success are very good and the field of private enterprise, by arresting Acctat of Lead.-white: 1843. 4 lb.' ; ,se over$1.00 Ib..80 per cent a on have a steam liver and kidneys to the perf.rinatfce of continuous names residence the followiW npo* i -
competition in behalf ot a certain tavoiediutensi. dos. MUls MB..med at act their (function Dr.
; J. JI.
with litllv mote eurnek work, a delermin.aiou 1812. 10 oU. lb.; 1888. 4 cts.lb.| Mills bio.ets.IKAeM. New York McLean's said land viz: sura
S t. the government is guilty iudiicctlj I, Ib,86 per_eeat;valued si over 40 Liver and Kidnev Balm will stimulate J. K.Meicher 0 .. .
S to win uud no cornpromiges. Hit of nit iisuipatiou dial nut only deIroys ..tanaU .-t..uu. $240 .. I eeat; oa epocls.40 percent them to healthful action. $1 per b'tle. C E. Wym&D.J. C

.S whole: ticket will be elected lit Novernbei its useful net-s.' but makes it u despotism 1875. $1.00 lb.: 1688.$1 lb.: Kills bm.Mets.lb. I Oottoa Ties says at leas Klelnschmidt
boa sad steel RIchard.
from President down to Constublo.f of the most intolerable sort.-I). Arid *e.tle, svet*s mm& pyrolls earlier tartO as shows by the : be shipped TIIF "I..ite of the flesh is the blood J. C. IC ____

S S. 1L I'nttt in Ik-ltord s Magazine tur Octolier. _eon.. .ice*
Three weeks from next Tuesday i ij to'c- lb.: lSi SO per ceDt. 1964.80cts.Ib.; 1173.30 eta. Comp. functional activity and this bears with
it the
OUt 10
1870. ets. certainty'of
TaxsPaorAIe.sIioiJ! lb.; 158.lOoti.lb.: )Vul5cts.Ib. agent quick restoration NotieetoDebtOrS tffj
llama day. It in the duty of every Democrat : cts.gaL MBJ. WH.free. from sick ness or accident. Dr.
The Htpublicnn candidate fur a high Acorn and D.md.liem Rt sad all rabstitu I fever suf- :( II.cI.mll'H Indebtrtto'' _
) All
in this to work persons
". .. county earnestly UL latc poMiict is Urging upon his patty a for cotrM a. p. t: 187%trsej 1871,.ets. I c.raR.1n 184X 10 per eeat; IIlotMl Purifier Strengthening Cordial and C. Grother. late of Bradi' _
.-.", |1,1 that day for his party. Let there be nojr .hat the taxes collected l ly the Democratic lb.; 18S3 2rts.Ib. Hill bin,tea I eiat; 1876.80 per...: 1888. 35 per i1ro c1 in the and vitalizes and gives strengthens pure. rich blood deceased are requested

, "Ue or compromise tolerated but see thai ,arty exceeded for et.ch (citizen the taxes A|.IIII IKS. $1.00sad 12.00CYt.a1a6. S"ets. 11m. of population body. $1.00 per hiottl.TriK the* whole payment tag demands to the against undent ,,

S: the Btpniglit out ticket be elected by a. bigmajority. collected by the Republican party when lb.: l&L2.l..cti.lb.; 1.84.20percent.; 1$64SCL Carranli Zaa s or ether: 1T91. Union. them duly authenticate1"ncnbed _

- .. It was the will of the people . lb.; IsSi.Ccta..; Hill bill.frM.lIn -. ... lb.; 1846. 40 per eeat .t Ocala, has quality of the blood depends by law, or thai _
.itiult. suppose} ( ten atevitlores bt-Ioiu ''o a 1875.1 et. lb.; 1888.1 et lb. MQls IULICIflh.on good or bad 'l'stion indmake bar of their recovery. jj
S.. in cunyiui0n| to nominate Capt. Ilicuaru ociety h..se membership is leu. If exiHMiaea J'>> Oil ad Us bomologues: 1870. fras; proprietor assimilation; to the bkod rich in
I 4 I : 1791. 10 and Starke. Florida
per caL 1883. see
, 11&.fr.s; M4U bIll trea.Antlmoiiy. ; re- life and
and Dr. flaskins to the Assembly and noh are $100 a year, -ach mem IK'r will et lb. 184 40 fltrcIIJrI h-giving coltktitom.1tM. Sept. 6th.1888. _
. jilt) 10. )'ea. If memlKTsliip is iricreax S M repilas _.mnfcil' 1808. free; ; per cent ; 1864. 2 use Dr. J. H. :' .h..ean's lrEn '.cuing
r Democrat :as a rjtftit to do otherwise than 1 et lb.s 1883. 1 et lb.: MCOs bai.* Cordial
S \ d In twenty the expenses will lie $o a ISM.aiprce&t.: 1844.10> ct.| 1875. 10 p.rsnt guard RJIIIUno.1 PuriHer; it will ntoUr- The Verdict Un _
f \ S support. them.The.wbole .car. In case of the State he chums thai 1888. to pel'caL; Killsbd.tn*. Bead Oil and Pitch 1876 90 meo Ish the IrI><'rli' Hf tlia I.UHM! from 5"1). Suit, Drl1) '

t 1', he lacieased population ha L. merely low Og, of J.t for grates ilk M *st eat.| Mper ..; Mills'. tree. : i is isjruaided h'e.l.Which the M elf'I1If'lIts> of viulity aro der- testilips; "I can re'OuuIf

: ? : earnings labor, ic. tbe\fN" red the division among tht-titizens"; that IS"pereqt.; Kills HO.toe.Oaryt Doll: 1793. 10 per eeat; 1843 per bottle ers us the very irC

,. fecIedimnduflris pu\t\ >-' 4ffl i he taxes have not Loeu degfeaseil. Maik *. Nitrate .f t"1M4.. M ysi .1 1864.85 per caL; 1888 85 per. .; : :y thi-se T7 A rank and decaying hotIf roM ba piv oLII n rei .
-Jr-- yVdecvptionl, As tjju 'ctale de"ellli'l'h per OlD& the Slate' al- vegetation of ()> e man took !i*
(he |fCO in prod tit -"S*, ** "--s-- '_ ;. M1r.iu.cL1b.'wlplIat. : of : region newly cleared orI liinl'.'r. eui- of Riie'iiiiHtism of II -
D.I.. flt.rt..i vegetable excelunt ed to the rats of Ue situ. JH
\'S 't x sa$47. IuOVI ts5UI2.ijhj store tf hrtt'maialarjs. Abraham Hare drU iJIt
10&' : a. ."p. .: I. Brest JIM Dr. .1. II. : d.p.an' Chill IltjISt **
( amid
'- DM 188*. JO yet eemtj allinus: "The +*
c tw2c. aJ I Iu per caL; aU other 20 per .; I ( ) hunler has l'evr C Irt". bJllih1 ant| gellllf\ ,'lilln have .\er hamllwl JII.|-?;
..": p fl1':.: 't e :-: ..' t2, pse OLi U4X per t.1 .; MHl.Ull.free, pounds s wIll radically cure f 0 cents a bottle. tBucklen's eiu-e. is Klectri JiottXa tbeJ r I
S ;b S :' I Ugh! others have molded
tiieit L __
: ,In : U84.W cent: 1ISS.lo : ware biowas 1788. ___
.. iI t. .... ". ., .., Arnica Salve. hat thom verdict iIIllJlltll ___
r .b..St.hJ -- ':;: -- "- ,U.'O1ero. jSlS.IOper 18IIt.; 1849.80 per eeatt are now
., #. .:-:; '{ cou- The. best Salve in thv rift Hitters do ( !
S S. ._ :'' -' e" .5 1 ," .-. -..,."t11 .,"=__ ? i ;::' :: :i::: :i ;-" -S dP.ai13s,51apero.nt. : rat.: 1888.35 per eeat. MUls bm. I bulj- II1'be r- bruises i 'aoro-s. trI." 'prs. atr worM[ It h"ulII.fur {'I\t F'._ Liver, Kidneys'url'tJIL or ; _" _
:'' .:. ., S : (cent MfltebiI Canb. s th dl 5& JSton J
: .! S : : '_". ); 8. awar'crockery. 1789. I j: ver SouS 1 -t fr. '.h.11..1| If:,n f._ C ':'iI1.lailis. do; ara Lottie at -

. 1 -; : : :.- :: .. S : ,h L.I1 \.. *.._.r c.r. 8.20 per cent.: 184J. SO per cent.; roitiM.nr,,| si|II t Nkll J.rlll'li"II *.
S t"..r"- ,.d.,. : :, ., ,--.:": S -- S 'J3:,':-S -:::: :-: -- q- :._ S .'. .. cent Mill bffl. grod sport uiul 1 pOMtiv..lv.nrfs j.iw.or' ?. p... re- le

.:. .tT.. ".. S.S ., S S .- .- _,. ____ __. S S: SV h-1A81.Xer I deerweie quiied Jt iranfe IJ ltouiMtisfactinn. \'c Iprff' Coughs an it roW** ro _____
) ,- ,' ." '. :..: .: -.;'";; -. :- : I or money relundwl_ 'lor ___
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I Go to Walter Wills for Potatoes, I I Messrs.\ Jones & Hciberger have : '
D U kTY TELEGRAPH.Fla. Onions, Cabbage, Apples f &e. received and opened a large stock ofI'nt'n's C. W.BLANTKENBURC '.

I and ladies' hats, this weelc.j ,
= -- = = -- What has become of the Cleveland -j Their shelves are stocked with dry ." W(, '. -" .,- "'I ". '-, -- '
Oct., 12. isss.ANNTJNCEliENTS. Bandana Club I .- I I '" I II I I \
tarke -Fleming- ? -- ; I' I I I
goods and calicoes and ----- J'.l I : IT II
they are trying I : I I'BE' "
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political matters until after election.A stock of boots and shoes. I

'-of- Circuit-t-Ct.-t-- Their line of ladies' and misses' hatsis Beds Bed-room Suits Parlor Suits chairs
Clerk Lounges
For myself n candidate fine line of fertilizer constantly! something new for Starke and ,

for I the l.erebv nfflCl announce of Clerk of the Circuit Court on hand by Truby, Sternburg & Co must be seen to be appreciated, and Mirrors, Win o w shades and fixtures, Mattressess -

for Bradford County, and respectfully :For a nobby fitting hat call on in their handsome new glass case
the suffragp! of my fellow-citizens show off Pillows Woven wire springs & Cots.
4j1iiL election J. W. Hodges. He i is sure to please they to an advantage. Several I. ,
Very HH1pl'C'tfull you. 154tIf thousand dollars worth of goodsare .; Picture Frames made to order. Upholstering of all kinds Solicited. Cash
II. F. YORK._ yet in the depot, waiting for 'j.." J or easy payments
yon want to see a fine line of room in this mammoth establishment ,,!.;." 'I Gra.s r-i -r-s IBlooHs:., ST.A.IRIKIIE. FLA
candidate i ,
jl&vannounde; myself a Court of I. clothing call in at J.V.. Hodges, on .
office of Clerk of the --------- -- ---
for Rndford county and respectfully at solicit the the c:>rner. 154tA Sunday school and preaching as ., ORANGE ALLEGE,

the .nffrnge uf my fellow-citizens ResPt'ctfnll new stock of shoes of all kinds usual in the Presbyterian church at GARDINER AND- PACE

tnIIng elt"ction. Very W. T. WEEKS. has just been opened at the store of the usual time. Mr. C. H. MOON, ST. .

J. W. Hodges. 154tJ. (Formerly of New York City.) I
For County Judge. Lake Navarre Drainage Company.The Thin is of Florida's ,
one ArKR Bradford
I heieby announce that I am n candidate W. Hodges has certainly got a work of cutting the canal is leading Hotel men, having managedsome SESSIONS- CountYl ,

for the office. of County ne Pf'Judge.<:tfunv. large line of shoes, hats and clothing steadily progressing.The of the largest howls in the Fall Term Opens MoiidaV .?
-- *- J. R. RlCHAUD. for sale cheap. 15-4t marks representing over State. lie in now the propiietor i of I' :3rd, 1888.
half a mile of surface t.alen out at a REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
of Another of Ideal and President the renowned "PEOPLES RES1'4WILANT" -
Yielding to the earnest solicitations car depth of from 6 to 8 feet are now Rates Month 3 aud
Starke Florida per : 1.5O.2, ,
many friends. hereby announce myself flour received by Truby, Stern- visible between the lake and Santa at 3.5O Dollar
a CIIotidale for the office of County Judge }burg & Co. this week.Rememberto Fe river. and people who are traveling by rail -
the ensuing election.: und rcspectfally or otherwise will always find this a
at The movers of this enterprise mean All Tuition due at THE END
..k the support of my new subscribers home-like plaoe to dine*t. All trains ORANGE
WM. F. lALpnuR will send the TELIGBAPH till business aud ere long will be able to OF EACH MONTH, and Patrons
we stop in front of the main entrance.
for dollar.Fernandina's prove all they claim. will be expected to settle Promptly.Free .
For Sheriff. fan. 1 1890 one He also has six large and nicely
If in this undertaking all is effected Term will begin ihe First
candidate furnished for the accomodation IMPROVED FARMS
fnrtheofflreof I hereby announce Sheriff of myself Bradford county yellow fever does as claimed by engineer Ensey, a of rooms who wish to remain-. Monday in October, aid will be ,
nd.respeCtf11llY solicit thc suffrage of not seem to be very had. But few grand work will have been perfected.Died. over night. At his Restaurant ,, absolutely FREE to County Pupils. .

fellow citizens at the ensiiine election. deaths have occurred. you Every Advantage is offered to ; WILD LANDS.
my Very Respectfully, can get warm meals at all hours, :
HENRY W. ErpEn8 Up to the 9th the total number of Minnie Eufiuc Wall, Sunday morning. also Lunches of all kinds, Soda Water those desiring a good BUSINESS .. ,II
Oct. ''tli. only child of Mr. and Mrs. E. EDUCATION, at a Nominal] Cost.
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of fever Jacksonville Candies Fruits Sweet Cider
At the solicitations rf many friends I cases yellow in I). Wall of this city. Little Minnie was For Full Particulars! apply to !,OOOOOO Acres or laud belonging to the FLORIDA f.
was Totai deaths 295. Tobacco and the celebrated Gil Bias
announce myself as a candidate 3,186. two years .and 10 months old, a very B.
hereby C. J.
for the office of Sheriff=; of Bradford coun- The whistles of three steam mills bright and intelligent child and will be Cigar. PRINCIPAL., SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO., distributed throughout tfco: state, and ,:

tv, at the coming election, and respectfully much missed by her friends and relatives The Cedar Key! oyster may be southward it from the south of :.' llarrell
extending Georgia
and boundary to it. :
5olicit'the suffrage of my fellow- are now heard in the city, is a'' The remains were buried in Crosby cemetery found only at this Restaurant and REALESTATETJ. I .. (c.

cilire"S- veiy welcome sound 10 our people. Monday morning.Mrs. ; in Monroe '
W. \V. TCMBLIX. served in all styles. Sold also by the .a
T. E, Bugg died at the reMdencc .E. Low. J.P. PuTT:C.K.Si k
Yellow fever has about run its pint, quart or gallon, opened from XOTAKY FUBUC
of Mr. Rrownlee. four miles Liberal Terms and Special Inducements ojfered !to
for Sheriff north
1\Announce myself a candidate course in Gainesville and Macclen- west the shell. } ; .
and ask the sup- of Starke. on Tuesday. Oct. 9th. Mrs. .
nort of of Bradford my friends County at the coming election.V" ny. Nothing more is heard from Bugg hat been an invalid for a number It is the only plate in Starke where LOW and PRATT. BONA FIDE SETTLERS.

A. A. THOMAS. these points. of years and has borne her affliction with clear water ice can be procured, as
true Christian fortitude. She leaves devoted be represents the Waldo Ice Manufacturing Orange Groves, ---
For Tax Collector.The The first solid carload of nails husband. a son and two daughtersto You can 350,000 Acres of Williams and Swann' land and lands ofSam'
announce him .hat this I mourn her loss. Her death, although Comjany. get City Property,
friends of B Haynes ever came to county was
it the A. Swarm situate both sides of the Florida RaiJwaand
by : on
for Tax Collector of Bradford expected for some time, was a sad blow to Navigation -
candidate received &
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K* a by Truby, Sternburg: the and friends. The Mr. Moon is also for the TIMBER LANDS in part
family remains
at the ensuing election, and were agent any
County few Go's line of Railroad between Fernandina: on the Atlantic coast and
days ; ,
ask the support of his fell'iwcitiwns.MANY ago. interred In the Crosby cemetery, but owing "Southern Queen" Range, which is OF FLORIDA.

FKIENDS. Our citizens who are visiting in to severe weather the funeral servicewas not only beautiful in appearance but Cedar Keys, on the Gulf of Mexico. -
postponed until next Sunday, at the LOANS PLACED ON IMPROVEDCITY
announce myself a candidate for the the county are nicely situated, at Baptist church, 10:30. standard time. has the best cooking arrangements- PROPERTY. -

office of Tai: Collector for Bradford coun- least those who the Editor has had --- of any stove or range now in use.
of fellow- Proceeding" of County CommlMlon- Civil Engineering Surveying ORANGE GROVES and IMPROVED FARMS
tv and solicit the uffrage my time to call upon. ers. I You can now see one at bis Restaurant -
i'lt'irens at the coming CIN.tion.IIERY. The Board convened at 10 o'clock a. and he wishes everybody to and Conveyancing.

FOrTS.JrebyannOUflCe We aie prepared to print correct m. Oct. 1st, 1888. Members all present. come and examine it before buying A SPECLd: JLTY.
myself a candidate election] tickets on abort notice and E. L. Odom, Supervisor of Registra- elsewhere. GREEN COVE SPRING, .

for ic election to the office of Tax Collector at reasonable rates. Call in and for ion revision, presented The county Board registration examined books and C. H. MOON, Prop'r, 4 CROCKER BLOCK: Send for discriptive pamphlet, maps etc. When making ap

of Bradford county and respectfully ," leave orders. POST OFFICE LOCK Box 16 olication lands whether to the
of fellow- your revised the same erasing therefrom the Starke:; Fla. for principal or agents PLEASn
solicit the support my
names of 148 some of which Circulars and Lithograhic Views of X]
person are
citizens. Any one who will get up a club of dead aud others living outside the limits tbe President. Green Cove Springs will be sent on ap REFER TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
Respectfully, Why; They; Support
the subscribers accompanied by plication. Correspondence Solicited. 18lil
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of the county.
M. M. HALE.I The city of Newton, an independent

five dollars, will receive the TELEGRAPH The following persons were appointed stronghold in 1884 is even more stion ly () L. KEENE c ._ _. .
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announce myself as a candidate for free for one year. t f 'IS inspectors and clerks of election for the imbued with Independence in lt&8. The -- -- -- '

Tn-Collecior for Bradford County. and several election districts to serve at the independents there have formed a committee Dress Goods ft1 WjTQSj! !).
do earnestly solicit the. suffrage of my Reports that have been sent abroad general election to be held Nov. 6th 1888, : of one hundred to engage in active I Millinery, Fancy I t : :

fellow-citizens at the ensuing election. that there is yellew fever in to-wit: work for the cause of tariff reform, and ]NOTIONS. KID GLOVES. PARASOLS,
T. W. SWEAT. :Starke) unfounded. StarkeIS DISTRICT No. 1. have issued an address tearing the signa-
:: are wholly Silk Umbrellas, Zephyrs and all kindsof
D. W. George Wm. Alvarez and J. W. tures of one hundred former Republicans.
For Tax Assessor.I now in a remarkably healthy con Bushnell Inspectors M. A. Crosby Cl'k. material for
; giving their reasons for voting tor Cleve
hereby announce myself as a candidate dition. DISTRICT NO. 2. land. These reasons ar' as follows; FciLiicyVbr7t.. P! : : : : ; ( 4' )

for election to the office af Tax Assessor F. M. Rivers John Croft and Vergil 1.-He has been an honest, able and ?"Prompt attention to orders. ]: I 'a1aoe:, I, IflF3r I I I \ :1J1iOO"d'sT I : 1'Itore t _
!! of Bradford county at the ensuing Mr. S. J. Temple, who was reported Edwards Inspectors; J. C. Byrd Clerk. patriotic Chief Magistrate. Vest Bay St., Cor. LaurACKSOSVILLE., I I ) I I

election. and respectfully solicit the sup-' as having yellow fever, is DISTRICT NO. 3- 2.-lIe has shown reasonable independence FLA
J. L. Pearce, W. C. Kerce and B. A.
port of my fellow-citizens. of party iu making nominations for
Respectfully now rapidly improving and Parrish, Inspectors; J. Q Roberts, Clerk. public office and in recommending mea For Sale.On .
J. E. W AINRIOIIT. no one else has! taken the fever. This DISTRICT NO.4.A. sures and principles of public policy. f

speaks volumes for the healthfulness C. Odom, John Ward and John Os- 8.-He has honestly enforced the specific Crosby Lake, 2| miles from &TARKDE FL.l-\..
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate of Bradford county. teen, Inspectors; II. A. Williams, Clerk. civil-service law, and in some cases has tarke. 10 acres Land beautifully situated -
for the office of Tux Assessor: and DISTRICT NO. 5. extended its principled to offices beyond 1 8 acres under fence, free from ;. :.

olicit the suffrage of my fellow-citizens Jones & have receivedand W. II- Piaholster J. D. Johns nod D. its scope. stumps. in fine order to cultivate any of
at the ucii Veiy Respectfully set up ns handsome a hat case Clerk. conservative President on all questions Strawberries, 225' Orange trees 100 lomestic ana f mxqj y (iOaWhl

M. 11. MAKKEY.... .. as we have ever seen. These gen- DISTRICT NO, 6. affecting the material interests of the Pear and other Fruit Trees Grape Vines (
---- -'" tlemen are fully up to the times and John C. Wills, J. II. Darby and Wm. &;c.. a small frame house with good
1 announce myself a candidate for the Mitchell W. T. cOllntry.We 'water right on the porch a fine Horse, "
de not feel inclined to be out-done Inspectors; Dryden, believe that his views on the ;
office! of Tax Ateshor for Bradford county Goods
\V11 Harness &c. For e Lace
of fellow- Clerk. subjects of the tariff anti the currency are nll. particular /l': llJ1ne T
aud solicit the votes my by any one.
DISTRICT NO. 7. Miser and safer than those represented by :ipply to
citizens at the ensuing elect'on. Eli Hicks, J. 11. Griner and E. V. his JOSEPH: K. MELCHER

Tnos. J. DEKLE. Walter Wills' is headquarters for "oge Inspectors( : P. II. Cason Clerk.Ordered. 6.opponent.-We believe that the Republican 9-t22 Starke. Fla. I GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND

For County Treasurer.I fruits[ Vegetables, as he receivt s that the Clerk of this Board patty is dishonest in its position on thou
furnish the Editor of the Bradford County aud that it has taken its FINE CLOTHING.
candidate for shipments almost daily. He has a questions
announce myself as a NOTICE OF ELECTION!
TELEGRAPH a list ot said names for pub-
re-election to thc office of County Treasurer shipment from New York and can stand merely because it hopes thereby to .. . .. _.
lication. ---------- ---- .. .
the election by the aid of iaiuperedmonopolies ----- --
f Bradford County, at the ensuing sell cheap by tbe BARREL or in Board adjourned until 10 clock Tuesday carry aud deceived vot I To the Sheriff Bradford Co. -'
and solicit the rs. ,
election, earnestly support
of my fellow-citizens. small quantities.A a. 0\. Oct 7.-We believe that the Republican of the State of Florida: SELL 1-NG OUT! BELOW
..1.V.. KELLVX. Tuesday 2ud 1888. patty needs to )be beaten again for its own COST!
Members a'l present. Minutes of last good.In. KNOW YE. that I, JOHN L. CRAWFORD -

For Superintendent of Public recent visit to the Florida Muck regular meeting read and approved. On view of the foregoing, we submit to Secretary of State of the State of .
Instruction. Land Co.'s plantations at the brad motion thc account of Messrs. Cockrell!1 & our fellow-citizens who cast! their votes Florida, do ;hereby give Notice that a

1 announce myself a candidate for the of Sampson River, revealed the fact Son was again laid over until next meet- according to their own best judgment GENERAL ELECTIONwill I To Reduce My Immense Stock of No 1 -

office of Superintendent of Schools iu that even the first year such land ing. and not merely In obedience to party that he held in Bradford County, State of
The petition of B A. Parrish for pension is Florida Tuesday next succeeding the
the re-election of President Cleveland on
Bradford and ask the
of the people County in the coming election.patronage will yield remarkable crops. The was indefinitely postponed.The greatly to be desired anti that they can :Brst Monday it. November, A. D. 1888 BOOTS and- SHOES !
rice fields looked much like Treasurer submitted his for 4
O. P. YOUKO. very report very easily help in securing that rClult.1 1 the saitTuellC.lay being the
cane breaks in Mississippi, and owing the quarter ending Sept. 30 1888, which N. Y. Times. SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,

I announce myself as a candidate for to the even quality of the soil, was accepted and ordered filed. For four Electors of President and Vice- I All Goods in -
the office bf Superintendent of Public instruction it was the most perfect stand we Also turned over county scrip, properand NOTICE. President of the United States. am offering my line
of Bradford at special, amounting to $643.29, which
tue county For one Representative of the Second
have ever seen. Millet, Kaffir corn was compared and destroyed and Again we call on our friends who are .
tbe ensuing election and solicit the support Congressional District of Florida in the
of my fellow-citizens. etc., had reached antediluvian pro- amounting to $489.00, which he bad Uk- indebted to us to settle up or make some I Fifty-first Congress of the United States. BELOW COST !
settlement. We -
T. :3. ANDERSONI Col. Peek might as well en up was canceled. At the request of the arrangements Fm a Governor of the State of Florida.
Board of Health additional of will take cotton or such produce as we .
an tax one ---
For of State for the State of
barns for a Secretary
hereby announce myself a candidate give up building housing mill, making a total of two mills on the can sell again. and for -
for the office of Superintendent of Public his crops, acd buy steam plows in- dollar was assessed on all the real and RICHARD & PACE. Florida.Fur an Attorney-General of the State of Come see yourselves 4

Instruction for Bradford County and stead with which to turn under the personal property ot Bradford county to 1522 t
solicit the support of my fellow-citizens at stubble. enable said Board to defray the expenseof For ft Comptroller of the State of Flor- A. L. von KIRN.

the coining election. its operation as provided for in section To the Ladles. .__. .
6. 3.603, Laws of Florida and There thousands of Ladies throughout ida.For --- :---- ------ ----- -- -
JOSEPH L. HILL. Death of Harry Wilson. Chapter are a Treasurer of the State of Florida.
the Tax Assessor is hereby instructed to the country whose systems are poisoned of Public Instruction
Fair Florida is For a superintendent -
i candidate foi suffering greatly and the under the and whose blood in impure
announce myself as a assess carry same proper is an of Florida.
of the
election to the office of Superintendent of just now from the inroads of the head and columns of ins books for the condition. from the absorption of impure For .i Commissioner of Agriculture of

Instruction for Bradford: County and prevailing fever. But even while year 1888. mutter, due to menstrual irregularities.This the State of Florida.

earnestly solicit the support;; of aU! the hundreds are falling, we must pause The account: of H. W. Epperson of class are peculiarly benefited by the For three .luiecs( of Supreme Court .

voters at the November election.C. from time to time as Death cuts $50.80 against the State for board of prisoner wonderful tonic and blood-cleanilng I of the State of Florida. i A full line of SCIIOOT BOOKS, : .
J. Root and .
ptoperties of Prickly Ash. .
down with his relentless hand a fairer WitS approved. For Senator of the 15th SeuitiirklDistrict. the School ; ,
Odfcnty warrants amounting to $60 Potassium-P. P. P. recently adopted by _' ,,-

For County Surveyor. flower or a more promising tree. were issued on account of pauper monthly Roses and bounding health take the For two Members of House of Representatives. ( Board. Also the Reed and Kellogg
I hereby announce myself a candidate One of these times came last week I allowance and county warrants to the place of the sickly look. the lost color and .
for the office of County Surveyor for when the news came over the wiresof amount of $768.52 were issued on accountof (the general wreck'of the system by the For a County Judge. Grammars, which] will be sod! at introductory .

Bradford County und respectfully solicit the death at Fernandina of Harry quarantine services. Also warrants use of Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium For a Clerk of the Circuit Court. prices. Old Grammars .-, -
support of the voters of the County at issued in of the as hosts of females will testify '
the coming election. Wilson. lie was one of the few eral accounts payment, to-wit: following gen- and many certificates are in the posessiou For For a a Sheriff.Tax Asessor. taken in exchange, also School Sup- .- ..

II. E. LAG ERG RES. young men whom to know was to G W Clyatt, Co. Comm'r $ 9 tOM of the Company which they have -, rom- For 11 Tax Collector. plies. At MORGAN'S BAZAAR, >.:, ; ... ...
love and his friends at Starke V Smith 8.20 isett not to publish. and all prove P. P. P. ,
For Ityember of School Board. are For a County Treasurer.For the STATIONERY and NEWS DEPOT. : "";. ...
Louis a blessing to womankind. . ._
Witkovski and
hereby many. Harry Lee Wilson was born a County Superintendent of 4 :- ".1
announce myself a candidate 13-4t
for at La Salle Ill. on the 24th day of blankets for jail 11.00J Instruction.For .
a Member of School Board of Bradford W Kellum Treasurer 40.84H

County, and respectfully solicit the September 1865, and was therefore W Epperson board. pris's, etc.. 3.95L The Detroit Free Press Fiend has been For a a Justice County ot Surveyor.the Peace in and for

suffrage! of my fello A--citizens at the ensuing 23 years of age at the time of his D Wall bridle 5.50 punning on Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Hisis each Justice District in said. County.For .

election. Very Respectful I death. His parents moved to Chicago L Witkovski, coffin etc for only gratitude f r'a11 thinking men a Constable! in and for each Justice
J. C. BYUD. Branch Jones 7 00 know its merits.-Ex.Absolutely. '
pauper District in said (
while Harry was } t'en' ()IlOlY. :..
1 announce myself a candidate for the f oung, and from there came to FlorIda II Bell, care of said Br. Jcnes, 5.00Morgan's The attention of the Sheriffs in called to _ _ ___.____ __ __-__ _.u.- -__
office of mtmtier of the School Board for Bazaar, stationery 7.60I the law requiring them to cau"e the noticeof
Bradford County, and solicit the in Oct. 1877, settling at Crystal C Webb, county publishing 5.00 said election to IK published in a news-

the voters at the coming election.M. supportof Lake. He received a good business J S Andrews Co. Comm'r 6.40 paper printed in the county if there be a STARKE CARRIAGE

L. DOUGLAS. education at the hands of his mother James Johnson 5 scalps, 15.00M paper in the county and if there be no

and from her he also imbibed that J Smith, 1" 3.nO no piper published in the county, they FACTORYII
For Justice of the Peace, P SCrews, 1" 3.00 shall muse! at least live copies of this notice -
Christian and lovable -
The friends of Louis Witkovski take spirit, disposition Henry Beach 1" 3.00 to lit posted in the most public placesin
pleasure in announcing him as a caudi which made him what we knew H F York. Cl'k and Auditor 15 75 the county

date for the office of Justice of the Peace him-a charming companion, a devoted On motion the Board adjourned until IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have Wagons MadeJTolOrder

for the Sixth District of Bradford County friend and an honorable chrIstian the second Monday in November next. hereunto set my hand and affixedrt

and solicit the suffrage of the voters at gentleman. He wa bereft of Dr. Jone Braneb Ottce. 01 the Great Seal of the State: of
the -*-Fhuricla, at Tallahassee, the Capital \ -
ensuing election. Made
MANY VOTERS. his mother July 1885, and soon Thinking that the friends and acquaintances this (the twentieth day of

after moved to Starke where he was of Dr. J. N. Jones will be pleasedto I .AU ibt.\ I). 18 8.1XOHN .

-- engaged in business with one of our learn where he is during the yellow L. CB4WFOR0,
CITY Secretary of :)lalU. fit all kinds dona and
NEWS.Five merchants, and where he so lived fever time in Jacksonville we publish the HENRY. EPPERSON, Reiairinc. t ,

that he was universally loved. lIe following from the Atlanta ConttUution: Sheriff Bradford Co.

pounds of good Rio coffee made no enemies here, but made Dr. J. N. Jones has located a branch Tallahassee. Fh ., Aug. 20. 1883. HORSE-SHOEING! \CK-S

for or.e dollar, at Truby. Sternburg friends of all. Being offered a lucrative office iu Atlanta, where he will make a

*. CoY position with his brother, at specialty of fine work, giving particular Tile ladies of the Christian church

I Satilla, Fla.! he left Starke, moved attention lent style to of bridge suppiyiug building missing, a most tectb excel-introduced AKIN G"yPOWDER will give a dinner_ and supper on the All :: kinds of Iron and Wood Work "m&I

Trilby, Sternburg t Co. are offering to Satilla, and in last March moved here by him. During Dr. Jones'residence 6tli !of next November for the lieiie-

genuine bargains in every de again, this tune to Fernandiua, and in Jacksonville be has madoBu ,

partnient. was there made a member of the enviable reputation as a dentist rising to .fit,of tuerhtireh.SURVEV1XG.... If you want a Buggy, Wagon, BucKtioard,
the position of president of the State
firm of L. P. Wilson & Co.
Another large invoice of (drygood large Dental' \Association. a good citizen and : l'E qpr .INQ. "Carriage to
There he has continued the enviable 1other vehId&f.9L7Z.a.-.BabY a
received he will
this week at Trubv, Stern- genial gentleman be appreciatedby
uurg:& Co.'s. record started here, and had a kind all who come to know him. He will R.F- ENSEY, O. E:: p

but inscrutable Providence spared ouly be in Atlanta during the fever. and 1-' .. STARKE. L'L'DRAUGM'i !' -; !

If your hat I)' is restless while teething. his young life, Florida would have will not abandon his residence and practice Pure. HfO- ESTIMATES. LEVEUXO: pv k : i4J1' -
here.-liine -Union. 20. 1888. .EXECUTED WITH ACCUR.\CY AXl A*
Dr. I Sept. I
w"l g1 J relieve Bull'the Baby little Syrup; a dose of it one day been proud of her adopted We are pleased to welcome Dr. Jones to Thin powder A. niIe .' DISPJTCH. 7'l, ; : ; : :
(July 2S cts. a bottle at ouce son. lie leaves an aged father dt'vo Atlanta and glad to know that he is makiBf of purity,.'' np\"er'Vrt'bo2esoneiiesi'More .TertM*M .per**?JIlaybytie / -_. t- r.

brothers to mourn his loss, but. t success here of liis specially "Crown t iDar\ = r wrw" l>t
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: : TALMAGE'S SEB3ION. I window on. the -aLat you'do, itowelL : would long ago have been daahea to pieces USEFUL AND BEAUTIFUL ; EXCITING PUHNSS3. !0. .B thinkS tOrlt :

I y/j'a make rope It strng had not gracious and loving hands stead fo f' obe with his fellow. -
and Tfce Catri .f)fsaM. ..a tkeKMt Co** i h. thinK
for know not how much his fellows
Email Events Sometimes Prolific of. you may.epend ily and lovingly and mightily held th How Women Should Dress When Doing of ., Is au.t t Da. with Tlltt'SS
on J .ofd when they are
your workanship. I yon .. "-;> -v Kitchen and of him with gratitude,
Great Results. 'r' I fahon" bOat let i water-proof for gfo into long sermons fo, prove that JoueWorkOuter T.east coast of one tixe im, and when they are hi
W fchcuM certainly bo far distant was the aWllrom
who huuter'lT
not may sai it you be able to recognize people in garments I very here is no way of '.
1 1 put a Bible in the" trunk your boy a hj Heaven, when there is one reason we made i one piece. For stout women < paradise. And even now, for the h eartS 81 all like losing all o. i I at. .01""G'I.

Helpful Barely Influences Receive In Fall Every CredIt-lncl Day Life that, goes from han, let it be heaji in your t present and that is better than failS- wrapper made i Gabrielle or princess mailer game, there are few parts otto a1 o a 1e'. claim on.the love of ay.- .t at"r..elh._I

dents la Our Lire -- prayer 1r may have a mission as far wi us. You would not be fashion is the most becoming, while for State where matt fun can be enjoyed fm tH. Headache -
,, > that Have reaching w L
as the sailor Vertigo
r ?. Tshsped Our Destinies, 4 carried in his 'bowhich the the impoliteness of havinc; slender forms the plain full skirt at- by the hunter or fsheran. The 1'' ODe G the pecul1aflt1 of things II1DeN ,,
i teth beach. friend In your parlor not introduced, tht the freshest men generlT Feverostwenesa I
---0.. # A The plainest life is an island between politeness will demand tached to a spencer or yoke waist is manatee, or "aea-cow, one o" W ,
Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage delivered the two eternities-eternity past rippling we be made acquainted with all that the moro desirable. For material, cotton few large animals left In this section t. : Colic, fV, tulence! jpf .

following sermon tttGrImsby; Canada against his shoulders, eternity to Heavenly household. What fehoarsal Of 1 gooiM-gingham; seersucker or calico and its pursuit i exciting in the ex A Faihl OuJa.finger, mdi- or the they'frdt4M. .
: come touching his brow. The casual the eld timed and the animal, Eiperience, with are a.. .
recital of working
n recent Sabbath. It is not a new one, stirring -aro only suitable fabrics for treme. a very peculiar which man should use. .rlJ
1 remedies .
I the mel' a rs :
t Laving been delivered eUewhere within accidental, that which roerelf llapras sd, femlnlscences. I other's fall to give introduction dresses. These can bd worn the both appearance and habits, and The rates enlightened rely upon her, the igortand *ib.*50
: the are parts of ertfat plafii aud the rdpe God take 8IH1 I i ,
past two year It Is a good however wi us thrdugl The credulous abjure tier guiiaUCe 80LER
and will bfear one. that leW tile fugitive apostle from "the before our Brt in L yetir round by lining with heavy tui- its mode of capture i iteresting. misled by charlatanism and bombast. For t
repeating. His text
; was: Damascus wall i; tha coble th:it holds to Heaven-if it \verocalcnlatei, by earthly bleached muslin for winter atl. i manatee looks like a huge many year Hostetter's Stc.mach Bitters '

: Tbrow:1 a window. In a basket was X let its mooring the ship of the Church in tha timepieces-have tossed, we shall. meet L necessary, adding another undergar "squeezed flat," or an elongated "pan- bas been abieving victories in testtmoflY over from disease thousands ,- & 1L41I4

flown*jy the walL-IL Cor. ii., 83. northeast storm of the ceuturifls. an k5-with mO',I 9veil celebrities ment. In these one can always let! -?ke." It is generally 8 to 12 feet in which of are the recorded debilitated.nervoUS,dyspeptic,

t. Eemascus is a city of white and glistening Again notice unrecogaiz3d and unrecorded tha 1 :': ate we met and look tidy. Woolen material have length, and from 4 to 6 feet broa andit bilious and maariaprsecuted j jLTm

-. architecture, sometimes called "tho services. Who spun the rope? .S '. i :, ":1' who made, such an for ashes dust and has flat body. Its head
1 of the Who tied it to the basket? Who t-J the affinity 1 who bet on elections do
eye East, sometime called "a t :: ,' sIt on round Tim people
l W. grease thnt worn tmij-t either like cow's, with a -- bets IS SObette .
I j)earl surrounded by emoralds" at one the lustrio1 preacher is he steaie 5) 1WrA".or Heaven i' ono something a wrong, but the aia who never
f into spend much valuable time and sli'e-ngth skin is and rough *. herald.INvALIDS .
time distinguished for sword of tb4 best relaxed not a up within araiMHeavenly muzzle. Te dlil -N.IWoC .

:5 material called Damascus blades, and the arm or dismissed an 11W f.the throne will be brushing and cleansing or pass for a and hangs folds td that. of a aged people, nursing mother

upholstery of richest fabric called from his face until the basket touched 0, though they could not preach sloven. Gingham and seersucker arpreferable hippopotamus or rhinoceros;; I M overworked, wearied out fathers, will

r damasks. A horseman by the the ground and discharged its magnificent el'es or do great exploits for GoJ,I to takes no longerto sparsely covered with the happiest results from a judicious Where use of MIf
'-. name of Paul riding toward this cargo Not one of their names has come aeverthel33s held the rope. (alco. I hnr. ThOI1II. Dr. Sherman's Frk1y Ash litters.
s city had been thrown from the sad- to us, hut there was no work done that Come let us go right up and accost make them up, although theymiy rars eyes arc well-nigh tli: liver or kidneys are affected,the promPt tidetard '

die. The hon had dropped under a flash ,, day in Damascus or in.all the earth compared those on this circle of Heavenly thrones cost twice as much, they will wear by the folds of flesh or skin that hanS action.ls necessary. ere the to change diseaso becomes LNqi i

: ,,, from the sky, which at the same time was with the importance of their work Surely they must have Idle in battle a twice as long. The crinkled seersucker loese around its head. The lalt! incurable, and thero is IQU l1 .

I 80 bright it blinded the rider for many What if they had in the agitation million men. Surely, they must have been too, require no starchln and but weigh from nine hundred pounds eU.lbly be found in tho whole 10er Ior ri

a clays, and I think so permanently injured knot that Could slip? What if the soundof buried with all the cathedrals sounding a little, i any, ironing Medium colon ward, and, though most helpless up S range nothing of ncuervt> r CI. Sold everywhere. W nnm w. erCt.: '
4 Ins eyesight that this defect of vision became a mob at the door had led them to say: dire, and all the towers of all the cities :
::. the thorn in the flesh he afterward "Paul must take care of himself and we tolling the national grief. Who art thou, are to b prce1'redxccpt.. perhaps, in ungainly looking creatures when on wise man cue knows his ow WNLS$ThIS'UU I7ATEULAMPSIIiJ-,1"' fi

4 speaks of. He started for Damascus to will take care of ourselves." No, no! mighty one of Heaven? i land, yet in the water they are exceedingly h'bt asp 1 c \iPaper 1.

a j butcher Christians but after that hard They held the rope and in doing so did "I lived by choice the unmarried daughter The accessories of s working toilet epry, their flukes and f1p.1 loaellta_-.._ _-

I fall from his horse he was a changed more for the Christian Church than any in an humble home that I might take are as important a those of a ball at pens sending them through the French Ol 'S, Oa

"p I man and preached Christ in Damascus thousand of us Will ever accomplish. But care of my parents in their old age, and tire. A white collar is indispensable. with incredible speed. They are rerj FEE r A or a.fO Cigar Case : -
; till the city was shaken to its founda God knows and has made eternal record I endured without complaints all their Font,
tion. fit their_ undertln" _An/1___ thAV 1nnw_. querulousnesa and administered to all Some ladies prefer paper to linen for acute of ear, and detect sounds on thi CJT i. I W.TAN81L. &C.lAC"O -C:

U f" :iuo mayor gives autaomy ror ms arrest How exultant they must have felt when their wants for twenty rears." morning wear As any thing white at water for a long distance, hence their r! This is a put-up job $ *h. f

1 and the popule cry is: "Kill him! they read his letters to the lloni ans, to Let us pass on round the circle of the wrists is out of the question a ruffle capture is a matter of no small ski z INC i hIs wife ordered h t. ;

Q I kill him!" city is surrounded by a the Corinthians, to the Galatians, to the thrones. Who art thou mighty one of of the same material a the dress forms and dexterity they live on grass parlor rains :

.J 1\, 'J t the high wall, and the gates are watched by Ephesians, to the Philippians, to Heaven a neat finish for sleeves. This may almost wholly, and there are only a SKITD for Glenn's Sulphur Soap If troubled CHINJI GLSS AI Q ,

; police lest the Cilician preacher es the Colossians to the Thessalonians, "I was for thirty years a Christian invalid vary in width to suit the taste of the the coast where they with any trouble of this skin. '
I cap &any of the bouses are built on to Timothy, to Titus, to Philemon, to the andsuffered al the while, occasionally few places on Hill's Hair and Whisker lye, 53o. MAIN' RD .
ft, 'all and their balconies projected Hebrews and when they hearl how he writing a note sympathy for those wearer. Neatly arranged hair is as nave feeding p-ounds. "

____j.-. /'J ovr and bovered above the garden walked out of prison with ?irihqnake worse off than I. and was general important an item as the collar. Frizzes St. Lucie river, which opens into A OPO.IlO .Uck-a awkward writer M"r. _

\ outside. It was customary to lower unlocking the door for him and took com dant of all those who had confi.I while more becoming to most faces India river from the Halpatteeokaoreek of m w, e
j.. ) baskets out of these balconies and pull mand of the Alexandrian corn ship when once in awhile J was strong enough tomak than plain bands or pompadours, arc some miles above this place, i I p Isaac io. I -
I up fruit and flowers from the gardens. the eailors wer, nearly scared to death, garment for that poor family in IF afflicted with Sore Eyes use r.Thompson's wvI'1.lae.
r not altogether neat for the kitchen. their favorite haunt here. The stream Water.Druggists sell
To this day visitors and preached Eye it2 .
at the monastry of a sermon that nearly shook lane. : BALLARD .
:i- 'Mount Sinai aro lifted and let down in Felix of hs judfment seat, I hear the Pass on to another throne. Who art Moreover, steam and perspiration aresworn Is short wide, and with littla current call tie lmiij.
it baskets. Detectives men foes to curls are not dark and the bed of BuLzJ'ur: 1 the proper place t s..d f.ilIuzrat.1
prowled around from ad women who helped him down thou mighty one of Heaven that natural watrs are flU AIMS C6w '
:i house to house looking for Paul, but his through the window and over the wall "I was the mother who raised t whole Kitchen aprons, gloves and caps to the river is covered with a thick .AILI. IBM tltU.c.jI .>1. .

F friends hid him n f another. He is no coward. as fifty incidents saying: out in the woill God merchants growth I
attending to fires, are essential cleanliness '
the principal Many COTTON PRE-
ti being
instils life demonstrate. But he "How glad I am that we that Christian mechanics, Christian wives, grass plant.
'Ib feels his"work is rescue I In efecteJ and soft hands. "Oh, I ; other rare are also found along 101LCTATED' !
done cmr
not yet, and so beevad.s coming times may get and I have had full reward of all my toil.'" plants
assassination. the glory of Paul's work, but no one Let us pass on In the circle of thrones. bother with gloves! exclaims some its banks, none of which grow else HO ATL

5, '"Is that preacher here?" tha foaming should rob us of the satisfaction of knowing "I had a Sabbath-school class and they one. How much trouble and time are, where. Plantation)(ILL aeg MICHICKASAW I

I taob shouts at one door. that we held the rope." were always on my heart, and tht'yaU necessary to the slipping on or a pair Three fine specimens were captures E.UADLECO.zy IROWWt-.
"Is that fanatic here' the police shout There are said to be about sixty-nine entered the kingdom of and 1 am of loose JOI'
God gloves, kept in a convenient last fall and two others a few months l I.tiS'Ul O" :
at another house dQor. Sometime"* on thousand ministers of religion in this waiting for their
the street incognito he passes through count. About fifty thousand I warrant w'n: art !nrrival"lt ) 1 mtqfhty one of place? And how amply repaid is one ago. The last party used a very heavy
: crowd of clenched fists b : for the infinitessimal amount.of both involved and strong net, strengthened Endorsed '
and sometimes early homes which had to Heaven on thisother| throne "In time of purse by
be secretes himself on the hou e-tops. struggle for the necessaries of life. biter execution I owned a ho use in Damascus when she takes up her sewing. with extra ropes. They selected a CANDY mt

1 At last the infuriated populaca get on The sons of rich bankers and merchants a house on th3 wall. A man who Consider, too, how much more soothingthe cove near the mouth of the river, 1O9OOO Physicians

.flr' I,.f bure track of him. They have positive generally become bankers and merchants.The preached Christ was hounded from streetto touch of soft hands to the little ones where the water was about twelve feet IT in
evidence that be is in the house of one of most of those who become ministers street, and I hid him from the assassins and invalids As a perfect food for Invalid In
1 than that of hard palms The net which about ZOO II
. the Christians, the balcony of whose are the sons of those who had a terrific ; and, when I found them breaking deep. was dyspepsia fevers, sick! headache, FLOYD & v=
; borne reaches over the wall. "Here he is I struggle to get their every-day bread. in my house and 1 could no longer keep and rough, crooked fingers. long and with very large meshes, was diarrhoea, feeble digestion and all ruataiSVAf.
1I. Her he is!I" The vociferation and blasphemy The collegiate and theological education him safely I advised him to floe for his Caps should be worn only when necessary extended between stake set ft* the wasting diseases, and for Infantsdeprived

, L' and howling of the pursuers are of that son took every luxury from the life, and a basket was let down over tha as covering tho hair tends to bottom and shaped so a t have an of mother's milk,or when

1 : at the frgrit door. They break in. "Fetch parental table for eight years. The other wall with the maltreated man In it, and 1 cause baldness. open plaoa left at the lower side, th weaning. PATENTS
: out th-it Gospelizer and let us hang his children were more scantily appareled. was one who helped hold the rope." Shoes
must not bo The
. beat*, on the city gate. Where is he?" The.son at college every little while got abundle And I said: forgottn. manateoa eat against the stre The Foodin est references. Book of PAT 1

.. The emergency was terrible. Provi from home. In it were the socks "I that all?" And he answered: ankles tire when slippers are worn and After the trap was set the party retired Favorite AT AddresV.LAW, 1311 T. V F1TZGU1I&W :
/, dentally, there was a good stout basket; that mother had knit, sitting up late at is all." ]heavy shoes are apt to cause weariness, to their camp, nearly a mile away, and tarXAia IBIS FAPUI..,. .
Hospitals.Hahnomann :
s Paul's friends fasten a night her sight not so good a once it And while I j: wa lost in amazement 1 1 although useful when the ground is patiently awaited results. ThE net made&oi5

;: rope to the baske Paul steps into it was.And heard a strong voice that sounded as wet. Cloth shoes with moderately thick was visited every day, but an PAp TS 1P'T"
The basket is lifted to the edge of the I there also were some delicacies though it might once have been hoarse soles arc tho most comfortable when seov( Hospital.
i .. balcony ou the wall and then, while Paul from the sister's hand for the voracious from many exposures, and triumphant, as alligator or shark nothing was & NSW YORK C. Ml* M iln Dad 1'4 .Rl"_
holds on to the with of it working about the house. I>e sure to At length, after eight or nine days of I .ctated Food TENK. I5amp,5s truubd/m.VSAJIXIHiaFAfU'.
rope both hands his appetite a hungry student. The father thougl might have belonged to one of "Tt.j have been using tr BT.
friends lower the ind wear shoes sufficiently large or you will their rewardedby .. mon*hs wut in ca"-s of dyspepsia, after ::
away, carefully and cautiously -I swung heavy cradle through the (raartys, i said: waiting, patience was & with children and in cases
. i. slowly bat surely, further down wheat the sweat rolling from his chin, 'JJTot many mighty not many noble are reap a bitter harvest of corns, bunionsand finding, one noon two fine specimens orto.&h,. dmirabIy. We al glaJl iy WANTED.

4 s and further down until the basket strikes every step of the way, and then called, but God hath chosen the wea'things tender feet. Overshoes should be entangled in the net's meshes. recommend i 8"J .. digested."nutriUou.s AGENTS nd line* $3.Ou Ixwk the ent.
the earth ax. sitting down under the cherry treo at of the world to confound the ,and ) pat PUBUdHISOCO&bfEDUCATIONAL.
apostle steps out, and, things kept in a convenient place to be put on dlglbe
The task to get them out was not an .
F. loU
afoot art alone, starts on that famousmissionary I I noon thinking to himself: which are mighty, and base things of the when 8 : ; nrgn.

, : tour, the story of which bas "I am fearfully tred but it will pay i world and things which are despised hath necessarJ"Chage easy one by any means. While tho New York Infant' AyIum. .

:.. RsHmished earth and Heaven. Appropriate I can once see through college, God chosen, yet and things which are not the dress after bathing face, animal were timid enough when not .- Y' x-*>

;. entry in Paul's diary of travels: and if I can know that he will be preaching to bring to naught things which are, that hands and combing hair,when the main molested, yet when at bay they were "VTo are usinar your Lactated Mr."U Food. *la.. t r / :

. ". Through a window, In a baket was I let the Gospel after I am dead." no flesh should glory in His presence." work of the day it over. Rest and refreshment antagonists not to be despised. The Infant asvlum whenever '?,e require tho use oft
-Sown by the wall. The younger children want to know And 1 looked to see from whence the invariably attend this artificial food,and find It su perior to any whir 1 CECELAi.f
I Observe, on what a slender tenure custom net was gradually brought in toward have ever used. BCIII.J pieasant to the taatel .
\re ;
, frst why they can't have this and that voice came, and 101 J was the very one I
a i no matter how tired one be. It specially adapted to children. We hare uv
great The may the animals making furious i offer rmoiml.
others do had
rope-maker and the mother says: who said: shore brand institution over iX) .me"-
t (wlsted that cord to that lower If too utterly exhausted to attempt this, rushes and felt the in- ou chtdren"Mrs. .. .
fastened "Be patient, my chidren until your Through a window in a basket was I letdown plunges as they BATF. I )apUleent ..th. .
ing basket never knew how much would brother graduates, : you shall I by the wall. rest assured that you are overtaxing closing wings of the net. A flatboat Chairman of Alt. Verngu Bra. I .hae pleaanr nb'I Spaelou. 8ifph.aiM n

, ; depend on .the strength of it. How if it have more luxuries, but we must see that II Henctfort think of nothing a insignifi! 'oursel to an extent dangerous in the was then pushed up close to the net; I I b1ldiD W&tr.IDelud1w"$ ua .moe..
had been
broken and the apostle's life boy thing decide all The Most Palatable I ut. .
throuh" lte may your extreme Change of dress only from tnforaton. CeO, .
4. had i strong ropes were thrown around one :.
dashed out? What would have A 8UP.RIOKF 8' i
out from
and the has put
years eo by, son been L England for
I become of the Christian Church? All and preaching the glorious I New York. It was equiped, but in one calico to another, is always to be of the mantees, and it was so tightly Nutritious, andDigestible I
1 .. ordained i wel I HOPKINSVILLE H6k!
. Vbat magnificent missionary work in Gospel a great revival comes, and I :, putting up a stove pilot-box a nell made then i possible. wrapped up and enveloped that it Food. The sixteenth scholastic! tt, .iJ
I year Vdelect
U PamphUa Cappadocia Galatla, Mace S scores and hundreds accept the was driven too near the compass. Yen A sponge bath of cold or tepid water could not move. This was attendedwith school for boy and you _

.z. dona never been accom Gospel from the lips of that yotngpreaber know how that nai woull affect the com- also often rests one when very tired. considerable danger, and one of 'J BEST Aim MOST ZrosojacAt FOOD. given Monday In ,_Anr.n. 1851.Mathematlc.
lshed All his writings that makeup and father and mother ; pass. The ship's deceived the This Ltl1 Grt
quite by can be taken in ten minutes, as it and
the ISO Meals for Infant 51.00
received for : f
men wound in an
t Indispensable and I distracted a severe Ing and strict dl.irtpltna
! enchanUg a partof old now, are visiting the son at the compass,put the ship two hun .
the New Testament never have lage parsonage and at the close vi-a 1 I dred miles off her right course, and suddenly i better i one has not time to do the thigh from the creatures tusk, Easily prep At AtDn.ggists c.,5 l.ATaluablepamph'et Terms Tuition for and*Boar.*lon of 4 saCs weeks: ?

.t't\ been writen The story of resurrection Sabbath of blessing. father and L 1: the man on tho lookout cried, more, to simply wring tho cloth or while another was knocked senseless J on "The Nutrition required to .
mIght a address O.FXKUU.EACE .
never been so gloriously told' mother retre their the son "Land ho!" and the ship was halted sponge nearly dry and go over the surface by a blow from its huge and powerfultail. It and Invalids, free on application. ;-, '
, L. a he told it That example of heroic andtriumphant lighting way and asking them i be within a few yards of her demolition on of the body once, rubbing thoroughly Both were finally WELLS.RICHARDSCII fr C3..3UBLIBQTOM.YT.IRIGKLY .1 YOVNQ LaTI'rLTn, TOE J''l

,-: I ; endurance at Philippi, in the could do any thins: to make them morecomfortable Nantucket shoals. A sixpenny nai came afterward with Turkish towels, secured and animal fall es L11u .Mk:
Mediterranean under near wrecking Cunarder. by means of day In Sept.(5th day)and elottttJune. VSThe -_
if a power
.curocydon sayin they want
I V lation, and at fagel- any bold ropes than to omit daily bathing entirely. ful tackle lifted on to and .ISji Every department..
destinities. ASHBITTERS .
z beheadig no thing in the night just to knock on the mighty fats placed by ezpertanced and aocompHIhe4 S
,i ., have kindled the courage thousand 1 wall. And then al alone father and A minister seated in Boston at his Those who do housework need to bathe in tanks. They were then taken to P log lUlls ana well e ulppe4.ItII8"C:

? : martyrdoms. But that rope holding that mother talk over te gracious influences I table lacking a word, put his baud behind oftener than those who do not. Pumice Titusville, shipped thence to Jacksonville rate electric f ortwoor light. water more&ronlbOllt;

basket how much depended on it I So of the day, and say: his head and tilts back his chair to stone, good soap, scrubbing brushes and after being exhibited there deuce IIOhCltpd.. Harwell For .
I :. again great results hare bung "Well, it was worth al we went throughto think and the ceiling falls and crushes for tho hands. lemon juice for stains, BeT.
I' ou what seemed slender circumstances. and for several days, were forwarded to
educate that would have crushed
boy. him.
'. _* Did ever ship of many thousand tons but we held on till the was work a hard was done.pull, A minister in Jamaica at night by the and vaseline or rose water and glycerine New York, there to be sold to a One Of the most Important organs of the South ,n Uni'ltlIQR..R'

.t crossing the sea have such important The world may not know it, mothe r, light of an insect called the candle fly or cold cream should be kept on menagerie.- Jupiter Inlet (Fla.) Letter. human body Is the LVER When it fails to .

Pc )' : passengers as had once a boat of leaves we held the rope, didn't we? but kept from stepping over a precipice i shel over kitchen sink. To apply one properly perform IJ functions the entire S pyy..__A.1IiDKEW.Po."IId&
f from taffrail to stern only three hundred feet. the last .- system becomes An InstitutIon of hi-hest .
' r And the voice tremtilom with joyful frequently to the hands, and deranged. BRAIN Ough. Location beklthfnl. "h. !,_
: I- feet the vessel made waterproof by a emotions responded: F. W. Robertson. the celebrated also to occasionally rub the face and A Reliable Remedy. KIDNEYS, STOMACH, BOWELS,all refuse annual expense need not .rce1. :":__,

: I 1with of the bitumen and floating on the Nile "Yes, father, we held the rope; t feel[ English clergyman, said that be entered neck with a dry cloth tends to keep the ALLCOCK'S POROUS-PLASTERS to perform their work. DYSPEPSIA CON- next loirae.lesslon address open I'.M.sep PKTXBSOlt.-ber.IIIo,-.:
infant fall
Law-giver of the Jews the ministry from never
on work done. Now. a train of .
my Jettest circumstances STIPATION
: board? What if some crocodile should Thou i started by the skin and hands in good condition. to give speedy proof of their efficacy the RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DIS- AC-=
Thy servant depart barking of a
"iu for a
. peace EASE
; 4 crunch it? dog When best remedy for Weak are the results, unless some-
What if some of the cattle mine eyes have seen Thy Had the wind blown one way on a you see the cloth after exr Back,

. wading for a drink shoull sink it? "Pshaw!" says tin sal.aton.. never felt day the Spanish Inquisition would( have you wi be amazed to ci con.l'rubbing ,, Sciatica, Colds, thing is done to assist Naure! in throwing This HOLLY Institution SPRINGS U co ndu:M1IIISBETILEIIE11I e , Vessels of war been Coughs, Sore Throat Pulmonary and Kidney off the impurities caused by inaction of Charity from Nazareth. ,:
carry forty so much like living in my life as now. I establsheiin Eagland; but it blew you so dirty a face. The face and Difficulties a KjBrownsville \.
. 4 ,,. guns looking through the port-holes, want to see what that fellow i going onto the way and that dropped the neck should always be cleansed before Spleen, Liver, Malara Dyspepsia Hea TORPID LVER. This assistance so ne- from convenient the depoL to the Betblebemllvr.I and.-ti .
.t ready to open battle. But that tiny do, he has begun so well." accursed institution, with seventy five Stmach cessary wi found in tlon of pupils lit anr time of t'ifit .
craf Strains '
going to bed and all Local Pains. lara apply to the *
. the by a dry cloth
on Nile seems to be armed I Something occurs to me quite personal. thousand tons of shipping to the bottomof using or -

!. : the guns of thunder that bombardedBinal I was the youngest of a large family of the sea, or flung the splintered logs on one moistened in tepid water, or cole years They, and have their been value in has use been for over thirty Prickly Ash Bitters !

: at the law-giving. On how fragile My parents were neither rich the rocks.Nothing. cream or snmi>thin! of the SO.t. :m, attestedbvthe - a*
chidren -- -
craft sailed how much of histrIcal importance poor; four of the sons wanted collegiate : unimportant in your life or plied. For the morning and afternoon by medca authorities as well as I! acts directly on the LIVER, STOMACHand *!

education and four obtained it mine. Three noughts placed- on-- thA--- rr-- }.: washes cold water is mOre refreshingand from thousands unimpeachable who have tsU. KIDNEYS, and!by its mild and cathartic States.In our e aim KKMALJ5 to offer to COLLBG1 wneaieajl liffff
:-,. 'Jne parsonage at jipwonn, ungianu, is but not without great home 8tru? Ie. We side of the fgure'ne make a thousand" monal use effect and general tonic the whole South.we hare WJHJI;
c on fire in the night, and the father rushed and six noughts the stimulating than warm. It is well thm v qualities restore out regard expense. BrowMqw; _
never heard the old people say once that on right side of the these commuDfCJ'' _
for healthful and the
.t. : t: through the hallway for the rescue of his they were denying themselves to effect figure one a mUlon. and our nothingness always to apply an unguent after washing tion ALLCOC'S and let nofcplana- organs to a sound healthy condition, dreis Taos.SMITH..L M- _

4 :p' chllren Seven children are out and this, but I remember now that my parents placed on right side may be aug rubbing off and in, when used during or solciaton. induc you t accept aaubsttutc. and cures all disease arising from these

i : sae on ground, but one remains in always looked tired. I don't think that mentation illimitable. All the ages of the day. By using these means no causes It PURIFJES THE BLOOD, tones TUSKALOOSA -

.4t consuming building. That one wakes they ever got rested until they lay down time and eternity affected by the basket woman need have the "CKioss up the system, ana restores perfect health. One of the most prosperous,
: and, finding his bed fire let down coarse rough cut in halves will absorb the If Institutions to the bouth.as. .
on and the build- in the Soinmerville from a Damascus your druggist does not keep it ask
balcony. to
Mother smell of '
Cemeter. unnaturally dark skin which is undeniably new paint. Yea, and a cornet $ Next Mlon
idg crumbling, comes to the window, and would sit down in the say"Wel : -. S-. will drown out jaws-harp. Life order it for you. Send 2c stamp of Catalogues,applyCHEBWOOD to ALONSO
: of copy
II & ; d two peasants make a ladder of their I don't know what makes me KEEPING OLD LETTERS. produced by constant housework queer thing"Young 1 h fu I "THE HORSE TRAINER published lO
Pa bodies by us. S
one peasant standing on the so !" unless some precautions be taker O
Sept.13 ISAthoroughness
;, ( the other, and down the hu- Why Only Harm. Never Good, Can Come ." PRICKLY ASH BITTERS of Instruction.commodat K
.bouderot Father would fall immediately to sleep, to counteract its effect. Have the Lady- 1 want to look at a CO.,
from the Habit. appliances Increased P$tr5*
ma. lader-te hoy' descends-John \Vesley. seated by the evening stand, overcome It is trouble not convenient and after the habil pair of eyoglusde sir, of extra magnifying IlPprtr ST. DETECTIVES.B4. specialty. Pupils froiNeW TOf8
yo know how much de- with the day's fatigues. One of good, that arises from moderate.yorcatelogee.'4d"
' -.' '. pefads oil:that ladder of &ante ask themilhioni brothers, after preaching the the tourS old letters. A patkage has fallen into my of using them is once formed you will power. Dealer-"Yes, ma'a;

* Of Methodists .on both sides of about fifty entered; Gospel his cure to be disposed of as thought best. It find it harder to forget these luxuriesthan something very strong?" Young Humen>T. Book-keepb
years Heav- Shortb&Dd.-
upon :
I :- .< the ea.< -Ask,.their mission stations all enly rest. Another of the four is now on contains of value letters, bis. receipts, some papers i was at first to remember them.: Lnd"Y e sir. While visiting in -w.c t..vr C.D& PhreqC by mal.Circulus .IU1'I

: ', around thousands tbe world. Ask their hundreds of the other side of the earth, a missionaryof order sort the chaff others from the worthless.wheat In -ltaric Merrick, in Table Talk.A the country last summer I made a very I UDr8S.Ezp.il.oe.D'-.1..B4.tnatT.do.I.frie. U!.o\co ttr j EotLl1f,
t Gr&u .
already ascended to they -
join their Co.ftArsasChchzatI.
&uY 1orcirCUiaf
founder who wonld the cross. Two of us are in this land[ must carefully examined. Ah, what painful blunder which I never want to glnsSept.19.
have un
perished but
/. for in the holy ministry, and I think all of thought-of they disclose : repeat. Dealer-"May I ask what
F4 living OLpeas ants' shoulders. secret -family milk snake over three feet
st us are willing acknowledge
t our obligation troubles of the world that *?lI
An never dreamed -er- blunder ?
fihipctopped at Island ;; lately got into house was Young
; Pta to the folks at home. Abouttwentytwo bitter heartaches where at 111.,
; and right in the midst of we thought al Fulon. Lady_"Oh, I mistook
surroud- the and crawling on to the yes. a
years ago one, and about was serene; loveletters. sacred for their: sill wa 1 bumble
.. tu cannibalism and squalor, the- passenger twenty-four years the other time and place able to bee for a I
*discovered a Christian ago put ridiculous now; a whispered squeeze through the wires of a blackber.
colony of
down tbe burdens of this life but
: suspicion of slander
. churches they upon a name we canary bird
. and and beautiful cage hanging about five
-, : homes, aad school styIeot' religion'and stl hold the rope. thought was pure as snow, and we are let feet from the floor. In the "Now, Cicely," he said, a they
; men and women here assembled, you to wonder whether it be true or cae was a I Ipair seated themselves
_. For fifty fase. ( of on the grand stand,
no missionary
cvlzton years brag sometimes how have letters. What canaries and five MAKE'A
you fought can they be good Their young ones TO *
: "if there is :
ad no influence had land your way in the world, but I think there mission is ended. d nicely fledged out.. In the any thing you don't understand _

. ;-t- :t- desert ed there.of TCby this oasis of light amid a have been helpful influences that you "I may like to read them wbilarecoveriag -i S S they were all there in, the cage morning, but, just ask me and Il tell you all VDWICHT'S/ DELICIOUS BIS

% ., heatendomP Sixty.yea before never fully acknowledged. Has there not L from'an ilness." says aom'* one. sad to relate, the five birds about it" "Thank you, George," replied __- ,
-0 .ship diastcr, and one been some influence In Pshaw 1 as would be young 'were S ASK '0B:' "
.ihe unable o your early or i tonic you inside the snake. The Cicely. "Who i that young man YOUR GROCE -
Vi saore' anything present home that the needed at time I reptile had L
sve world can not eel a Better for a going about with
.: trunk and took outa Bible Does there not reach to you from among of pure air. We are all prone beat swallowed the birds, r.nd then. being glasses; is he the / SO A OWIGHPS COW BRAND"
which Ma mother had t bro umpire? "No he's the
"- 1 placed ter and the Canadian his or Western prairie, much at such times, and need no ] so increased in girth a to be unable to soda-water
swam aahorer.the: Bible held in : or from in that direction. tbia man. Hera, man, give AND TAKE NO OTHEB- "Tl
\ The Dock was read h tet plantation, or from Ea- Lt plea for th squeeze out through the wires it had I young us two |
all sides
on "
: gUsh or Bcttsh or Irish home, a cord of burning of letters a strong one. coiled glasses of lemon. -Drake's Magazine
' rough and vicious population "wer- has kept you right when ness letter should b filed and labeled. itel up in. the bottom of the .. ,
evn"elbed and a church was started would have Have a blank book cage, w er it was discovered .
you gone astray, and which, whic to copy such by the: -Not
:s enlghtened cmmonwalt es after you had made a crooked re- dates or extrct a value in the owner of the house. Poste-"H'mlh'mt" ejaculated ,

.. tbUshed ha no called you? The rope may be track I future rter nces This can be-done I -* glancing over the
4- brlant page than that'which tolls thirty years or five hundred miles a long or a!i when letters a an1ered'Then f burn : It Is morning papr, "I: know I'm not well ;
of the a'Uata by one three thousand them and see the tbe, Interesting to notice! how slow-
tasfonaton.of miles loner but ahes sorrow
bands I post physiology, but when
IT it
book. new ideas
of the make their
rnuc5"importance that went out of mortal sight lorfgago Instea joys that most.letters way. As, forIstan comes
wbethef the sailor continued They are the i e, there t reading a man was 'shot
to hold
still hold the YOt safety-valve for.dee are
S ] country
the book In hs teeth or lefit all in the- swift horse,"and rope you J want r a jLMm very eellngjfjsanjfe. t friend, good In thlirrfge' tar.from. Boston streets place of which not in his saloon' ,' 0 4boy mortally hurt in EAGLE COTTON GINS. $5 TDSBADAY.t'RIF.. TI"fA"' ridet'1IIeIIKSWSTxa

"breaker*, uppn neet but somotlft worse than:Useless'in te. the alley, and a 'woman THEY II..SI1 .,.2 J'
pest.spursi arsnignted injured on ,
J -.' 4 Whama.drUrat :." .l8 'ns t the Ev ry' day brings new -. by gas nd even by elec the back stairs,' I A THE BEST. WSAMZ YIlUI'UP"-
c pnde futur.
4 ;' .1" well
< may
.; '. 555: ) 5- ,- e a I We are. exr.nces. tricity! where .they extinguish the a own up Cotton Feeders and Condenser

.0' .tgu1feazices fn r ..-.._ S S '. koride I in many caes WO'd.b cnstnUy. nied (. ,ad: lights at midnight. and do not'even set of t complet ignorance" of those parts ,PreS Vth,n at.ythLeII1Ie In tb. _

4 :; Ib ingle: partofJ.sp' 5- .. : - r9.n I own letter wten tn year* ago. ou 1 them burning on night when the moon te anatomy.- C.__C.filorer* Co., 89S Fr.OUTFI.,Bemphl.WRITS,Tsii. li.aa. 5rw.Iau.ThIS I44t' -
up or tzflu : _. Garfield : jonV -* T -
-S. mae _. sd Wen pitch your ought to shire,--
t i aggrcgitjts; S "I nt let it Ih"n.not.mong to the calen-S5ar -"What's the use of FREE By retiir, nafl.. Full APPWPC uooamonth.1"nuDulOJ.1r1.sUZA.idlff..
ou b amonl.th breaking your Mo' y'.New de.ellpto. ,
i no matter foul

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