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 19, 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: UF00027795:00179
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:: : ,w. h./'m./ 2 m. 6 a. 12 m. DIU:! JAMES CIIACE In summer-time not yet a year ago, do it. Tell her, madam, what evil has Btotdlly =gmr :y late"' '" Bow to Catch Fin the Sped The Ingenious Apparatus for Mechanical*
I wandered where oool evening breezes fanned, befallen It* men Worth Keeping. ly Molding and Blowing UotUes.An .
me, and tell her that I release
And turned into a way we did not know. The shores of .th4.sland f ', '$ f't{It does not require a very extensive important innovation in thJ
to.. 11 00 fl I1)' $! Oft -) ()) 19 ()K() her from her engagement. That will .*- '<"
1LUI :: 3 : 4U I 20(0 SURGEON DENTIST COII't_ Mt for collecting butterflies, ,the glass-bottle-making trade has been
,4. "
tMu:;:. .S(5 7i 80 : 4601 I 1 don't believe this path goes anywhere, be all; you can put it in what words ? "
L$Qu:; 7/11. IJ.1 1011 ) 1600'Uquares Doubtful she spoke who wondering gray eyes please the let Nowhere is this more manifest thaif ::J,.',,... articles being a net and a perfected. It is an ingenious apparatus
JU oo'' n 0./_ :'\) 101, ;!.! ..,I 83 .0 LATE OF CEDAR KEYS. hath. you upon paper; only Coney Island. Henry Freyenhage&T::r: Lie- bottle. The frame of tho for mechanically molding and'
But said her sister with the darkling hair: her know how dear she is and always
cents a line for the first aad five cents one of the oldest residents on the island/, kformermay be obtained of a tinner blowing glass bottles.
OBoo at residence east of Kentucky flo M but must go somewhere If It Is a path. has been to me; and beg her some-
for. lb subsequent insertion. : says that within his memory fully a the hoop portion being about twelve The molding is done meohanlca.1liand
fpeMAI: race for time advertisements UPOZ.4pLLcatIOU So choosing then the dubious way to trace, times to think of one who had far mile of the south and west shores of inches in diaffieter. 'The'net is made the of
at the office. J. 0. 11AYNES My darling small associates and I, better be dead, since life can only be a blowing by means com
the island have been eaten by the of cheese-cloth, or Swiss muslin. For air '
"" --. We came unto a clear and open space, living death to him hereafter." up pressed thus relieving the glass'
SCRU..OX KATES.One A fair field underneath a snow-flecked sky. The inroads of the sea the cyanide bottle get five or ten blower and his unhealthy and life-

:J> E'"N'rrXSXOntce : : Dear little thinker I God hath lifted thee nurse and hid trembled.her face in She her droppedthe hands. ... The visitor to the low sandy beach of cents' worth of potassium cyanide, shortening occupation. Each pair of
.*1M()() pen
Hz months-*"- .............- 60 Above the evening and! the misty morn, Then she arose and came swiftly be- Coney Island at the present day can and drop in a few lumps on tho bottomof machines is fed with molten glass by{!
In the bright noon-tide of His love to be form but little idea of the a wid -mout1 ed bof tie or jar. Poa I known "
appearancaof one youth as a "gatherer audi
subscriptions F.uet ho paid invariably in
over Jones' Brick Block. Who life's long burden In thy stead hath hind the bed. "Why write to her
-.1f11DU. discrimination, in favor of anycojnuw'aIcaUon3 borne. thus, if you lovo her still," she whis- Coney Island of 1750 or 1800, on this enough plaster of Paris mixed each machine is worked by a boy who- LM:

bOd,. Said Mr. Freyenh gen: "In no place with water to cover' the cyanide and molds and blows the bottle, and placesit
all mutters of local Tonlgbtbe echo of thy child-voice sweetA pered. "Do you think she is heart
inteifjt elicited!: from upon all r arts of the county.SOCIETIES. GEO. BAISDEN, wind from Heaven to my soul hath blown; less?" along tho south shore have such extra- let the plaster dry, when it will forma on a stand, whence it is removed by.

Those lips can best the words of truth repeat ordinary changes been made by the smooth floor, .the deadly fumes from another boy called the "taker-in," to

SECUL'T Painter and Paper Danger Which own.have not learned a language of their and"I loving know,"her said to the be soldier.pure, and"But good I ocean as here. When I was a boy, my which will soon kill any insect. placed the annealing furnace. Each!
uncle Court Lake told me tnat in his Upon it. pair of machines is thus

Bradford Lodge No. 42, F. and A. 71. STARKE, FLA. I hear an answer, who In darkness grope, have no right to hold her bound to younger days he cut a lot of red cedar It is unnecessary to say that the but served by four hands three of!
To puzzling cares that with our years Increase one so altered. And now she
Regular conimunlent Ions tblnl fatuidayln. though posts, six inches in diameter, at terflies are caught in the not and trans whom are boys. Upon the occasiod!
2UU month I* W. I>KICKLlTElt \\. M. ALL WORK GBUGG down might pity me, she would find it impossible Island ferred to the bottle, jwhere they soon ot visit of machines
To noisy unbelief that shouts hope the butt, on a part of Coney our one pair were .
J. K.W.u. aIGBT. Secretary. -- And drowns our timid walllngs after peace. to love hideous deformity. .
C "She knew which is now two miles at sea under expire. running upon soda water bottles

]tl.y Lodge No. 10, I. O. 0. .1. & WILLS Our day, they tell us, out ot night arose. when what a soldier's" chances the Atlantic ocea He said that the Never let your bottle be crowded, as tho other pair upon pint beer bottles,
were she bade
Triday niplit' at Od.lHall. Felinvg And into night it shortly shall descend; you go, said the island had been cut away more than a the specimens will bo injured by rub- which were tarned out at the rate of
Meet* every No future shall atone for present woes; nurse. "Can she turn from you now
Transient.brothers cordially: invited touElDcL Attorneys at Law There is no goal to which our steps shou'4 because have half in his time. Any of the old set bing against each other. When theyare one hundred'tmd,twenty per hour per
L. hULL, Noble Grand.J. you given more than dead take them out and fold themin bottles
,- C. tend. tiers hero will tell you, and the State machine, very perfect being
C. WILLS,Vice Grand.F. most men for your country '' j '. ...
little which is done
triangles -
that the :
; will bear them out, paper produced.
O. let us heed the child apostle's word I "She surveys x
-FIELD, fecretary. Lox 41. STARKE FLA. will pity and for
J. weep me,
We can not see but we can walk by faith: said tho soldier. "I know Coney Island beach in the last century by taking a square piece of paper and The repeating machine consists of II
that she
Order of netl ITIen. Will praetice In aJ the Courts! In the Fourth This life's dim way was trodden by our Lord; : was composed of high and extensive folding two of the opposite corner to- circular turn-table revolved by ma
Independent and Fifth JlIl1jclall.'Ircult tt must load somewhere for it is a path. would be as kind to me as you are. '
I sand hills where all is flat beachor gether, the butterfly reposing between chinery around a central pillar. Thar
O&CEOI.A TBIEE No. I, J-IRID"\-Councl! Catherine L. Holmes, in Current.WAR'S But, madam, there could be now
Ores kindled recli Wednesday's Sleep; at theft .S for excuse else under water. I have cut grasson the folds. The edgcw are then turned whole apparatus is seven feet in diameter -
should I
W1wamtrke. Ma.Transient ROBERT KEITH me presume on the tenderness a part of the island just west of the down to prevent the paper oming unfolded by five feet over all, and at four
brothers cordially! Invited to *t. CHANCES.The of her heart and selfishly seekto
point from which the Brighton Beach and on the outside is marked a points around its circumference aro
1111. J. JoNES, EachemMJLLON claim her. I am not but I
Hotel moved. That number, which refers to a littlo book, placed at equal distances four molding
JL8. ,Cftlef of Hecords. could not her-could do noth- was recently
Attorney at Law Armless Soldier and His Faith protect meadow is a half mile from the shore in which, opposite tho same number machines. Each of these is similar in
ing for her. She would do all for
bone of Temperance. ful Nurse. I me. under water now, and is also tho site you should set down the locality and principle to the single machine although
would not.be if I
Meets ivory Monday night In Temperance so cowardly could.I of a little wood off West Brighton, date of capture wilh any additipna1 of course, slightly different ia
|JaiL WM. MEACIIAM, W. F.JAS. STARKE, FLA. must give her up. Write for me( remarks.
construction. As the a
where father used to cut fueL Between detail ap-
.YILLOf, Scrltie.ftovprl From the moment Owen Gilbert had please
that wood and the shore used Now, the question which arises ia paratus revolves each machine in turn
dropped upon the field with a miser* Then the nurse came to the side
Temperance Meetln:. L. B. RHODES he to stand a dwelling house knownas "How can they be pruned and mounted passes before the gatherer wh>
able knowledge that had fired his of the bed and sunk upon her knees. ?"
Every /Sunday: at 2 prnat Temperance the "Old Suydam Place," which charges it with molten glass. The
last shot at the while therevas "Let
enemy, yet me tell story/
you my You
Salt obtain
can insect! pins at any mold then
washed before I charged on a quarter
\ need of his right arm in his country's she said. "I also loved soldier was away shortly was passes
... ,
Nos. 3 and 5 bo
-- Attorney at LawLAKE born. My father Could recollect when natural-history of a circle to the next point whero tho
service, he had known nothing whom I to he
CUUltCH, DIllECTOllY.ETANTARU gave my country as there was a long reef of rocks in plain ing the best adapttid to ordinary use. mold is automatically turned upside
until he opened his eyes upon the gave himself. I knew what were The is oi
pin thrust
TIMK.ttaptltt sight off shore toward Rockaway. The through the center down and the interior of the neck ot
BUTLER, FLA white walls of a crowded hospital, lying war's chances, and I shrunk from none reef the thorax. A gauge should be madeto the bottle is formed, the process of
Cliurcli.Strrlces ; weak as child his pillow, of them. He lies maimed and wounded disappeared years ago.
.... any upon keep all specimens at the same distance !- blowing being at the same time automatically
at 10:30: a m. and at 7 p.m. A. L. and feeling perfect indifference to the : in this hospital, and that is why I "The island is being blown away as from the top of the pin. Now, commenced.:, Passing round!
Prayer meoUnjr Wednesday SCOTT M.D. well. You laugh at this notion
every past, the present and the future. came here-to nurse him as no other may in order to spread tho wings a setting- the mold
another quartqof a circle.
W. O. PATXEBSON, Pastor.FunJRy is
but it is nevertheless. There
Some offered him drink and I would. I love him better for his ,
Fcljool meets ever, Sunday mora LATE FROM MICHIGAN. one a pain Island than board is necessary, which is mado by reaches a point where it Is closed, the)
tilt fit 10X::) It. N. IIAMEUICK, Sup instinctively he tried to take tho cup and helplessness. I will marry himas more sand on Coney now nailing two strips of board to ond and the
air put fully on,
LJ.'li. Mono), Secretary. nli: Gt rA h7iciIn:!cl D Ia D brlon! with his right hand; then he cried as gladly as though he wore the hand there pounding used and to be.grinding The sea the has pebbles not been all pieces, leaving a narrow slit between tie completed.pressure The third quarter of aj

Pretbytcrlau Church we do cry in our extremity: "Oh, my some man who won my heart. Is your the boards from a third to half an inch circle brings the perfectly-finished bot.
: God!" Ho could have borne the loss Nellie than I?" these years for nothing. It makes -
worse wide. On one side nail a strip of cork! : which it is antomat-
tie at
Services every Sunday at 10:30: a.m. TERMS REASONABLE.Office sand fine and light as dust. The a point
II, B. MATTICE. PnBtor. of one arm calmly, but both-no words Owen Gilbert's heart was beating as over the slit; then, on tho other side, ically discharged on to a carrier byl

Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. at Gasklns' Drug Store. Could express his agony. wildly. lIe strove in vain to see the easterly gales blow this sand inland, the pin bearing the butterfly can be which it is conveyed to the annealing

L. C. HULL. SuptIetItodUt After that one cry he said nothing, face bowed down upon his pillow. A moving it alongln little hillocks it, doesso. one stuck and ths wing3 spread over the oven, into which it is placed by a boy.
rolling another
TATE POWELL M.D.\ but lay perfectly quiet, thinking what hand crept up and rested against his particle' over as flat board on each side.!! Tho front I The cycle of operations will thus bq
Hills cut down and built
? Church. should he do-how occupy the wretched cheek; the hood fell back, and Nellie's are ; up pair of wings should bo pushed for- seen as follows: While the first bet* .
[Services every Sabbath at 10:30: ,,m. and After an experience of twenty years in the time before him. How should ho face, bathed in tears, bent over the by the operation. The last ward Until their bacfc margins aro in a tIe is being automatically discharged{
130 p-m. Sunday l School every Funday at practice of his prctcs-ion. has no winter did much work of this kind.
hesitancy learn to do without what was dearerto soldier. "I lovo you better than I straight line and the rear wings a second bottle is being finished ai
am. J. riimlos Itlchard, ul'erlnlcnd..nt.r''l'r in roml-ing the latest :iu are
mceUuj every Tuesday Imd Thursday treatment to tho e ns'ting liis ocviccs. him than his limbs or his eyesight, ever loved you, Owen!" she said. Converted into meadows. Look up at the brought up to meet them. Lay third one being reversed and having;

>7:30 p.m. I. W. DARLEV. PasLor. Calls ro the country promptly attended or his-1ifo itself at its brightest, the "Tell me that the knowledge makes little crook which barely separates! over them a strip of paper and pin its neck punched, while the fourth is)

Diseases of females and children a specialty. sweet hope of making Nellie Home tho you a little happier." And the soldier them there. Let them stay a week or being cast-that is, the molten metalis

Christian Chnrcli. Office, East at City StarVe.DIMS Store, or at bis residence partner of his life? Now he could dropped his poor head upon her breast, Coney Island from the Long Island of\the ten days, when they will have dried, being filled into the mold. Witbrregard :
shore. It used to be a big arm '
Acts 11:28-20:28-1:: Peter1 4:111. marry no one; now ho should never and they wept together.And filled by and when the papers aro removed the ,to the saving the actual output}
Now it is nearly up
erflt'Cj ea'b Lord's 4'111' ct 10:3J* m.m. ana have la. fireside where a sweet face soon ho claimed her for his sea. which block wings will still retain tho position they to one factory before the introduction

ll'taycr oh Lord's day at C0:! p.m. F. J. FIELD, should welcome him, any more than wife, and the two now dwell togetherfor these driving sand storms have been adjusted io. They are now of the machinery was 280 gross of boU, \
meeting each Wednesday nt6no the channels causing sluggish
I O. P. YOUNG, Pastor. ho should over go back again to workon ( this is very truth, and no fancy to make additional depositsand ready for the cabinet. ties per day of ten hours, the actual

(Sunday School each Lord's day at 1':10: a.m. ri M'I n'l Work Plilhnr the dear old farm. She would pity sketch) in a quiet little home not currents create land .I If the specimens are not placed on capacity of the works being 420 gross!
{ I n ,
W. II.TATLOtt, Superintendent. him, of.course; but ho should see her many miles from New York. They so tho the setting board for somo days or per day. There is a.very large saving
"The tides, too, are cutting
marry some one else, or hear ot it, for are happier than many upon whom fid sea weeks after their capture it will be in the cost of labor.-L ndau.Times f fA

OFFICIAL; DIUECrOIlY. STARKE, FLA. he could not bear to look into her eyes misfortune has fallen, for true love coast away terribly. Take, for instance necessary to soften jtho joints, or the -__ _. -
Hog Island Inlet. Many go IMPROVEMENT.Story .
ALL WORK GUA1IAIXTKGD. Bog 41. if they did not wear the look of tHB can fling a halo around life, whatever down ,there just to see the tide rush. wings will break when you" attempt to HOTEL -

City Officer. olden time-the sweet, sweet courtingtime. aro its sorrows.-Mary Kyle Dallas, The inlet is working westward all the move them. Steaming them, with a ot a Boniface Who TOM Wiling t-..

Ma.or-L. Wltkovskl.! in St. Louis Magazine. paper between the steam and the insect Oblige HI OoesU. tAt

lAldermen-J. C. Pichard. J. M. Truby, Tate PEEK & FRAZEEi Some one-the woman whose face ... time, and will ultimately carve Rock- is a simple method of doing away one of the country hotels afteri

well. G. P. Vouny 8. V." Gardiner. hidden in away to pieces. The surf is responseble with the stiffness of joints. On the pin the fourth or fifth execrable meal E
hood and ker-
was "
nearly -
lerk-I..C. Wellb. ORIGIN OF 0. K" for this. It piles sand and debris below each should be, in addition determined to speak to tho landlord.:
..a*cauir-F. Mor/an. Attorneys at Law and Notaries chief, perhaps-had put a cup with of the inlet specimen
Karslml-K.. Wall. violets in it on the table near his bed. The VersIon Given by Ex-Senator David into the channel to the label, a little pieco Qf card lIe was a mild-mannered man, and J1

beeeor-T. W. Bweit.. STlltLE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. He hardly knew whether they most H. Armstrong. On the eastern border obstruct of it. with the number referring to your beckoned him out behind the housandbeganwith
Some one has started tends to
a paragraphover This deposit f
pained or pleased him. They awakened record book, so that you can toll just :
County OfBrnrs.ounty Abseract of Title and Real EstaU Law a such sweet melodies and such bitter the country that the familiar let- thq tide, which cuts away and washes where each butterfly came from and "Say, do you realize that you are!

Judpe-J. 1C. IfJnbanrk '. specialty. ters, "0. K.," used by.telegraphers, into the east end of Rockaway Beachto the time it .W. M. Eber- keeping one of the poorest meanest)
Abstracts furnished Deed was captured.-
: showing every regrets. He had marched to the
ucriC-n.Clii-ult. Epper Court-II. F. Tort Mortgage, Lien, Tax Hale, Judgment, Attachment war with the first that had away bloomed railroad men and others, originated on make room for itself. This cutting hart Ph. D., in Chicago Inter-Ocean. hotels in all Tennessee 'J J .
son. and all matters of public record the Whig banners of 1840. The true the formation ,. "
Tax I6beor-N. goes on just as rapidly as '+ "Why, no! he exclaimed in grea,
C. Walnrtghu and file Titles of Real. Estate 'that in his button-hole, the day he
affecting in year
the other / SOP REVISED.
T' xCte.-iiir-M.; M. 11 ale.u Bradford county, Florida, up to date of left Nellie. origin of O. K. is this: Very early in from the surf is heaved upon surprise. t' -

;p.i ilnin4ent'of Schwls-K. T. nowllng. abstract. the thirties a talented newspaper man, side ol the Inlet. The inlet is thus A Modern Version or ttfie Fable of the Bay "You have the poorest beds I even!

o-jpty> 'j'or-Jobn P. Pratt C. K "God send you back to me!" she had Scba Smith by name, was connected kept open. It has traveled to tho and the "Wolf. slept in, and I've slept in a hog-pea

louniy H,,?. M.t mmidsioneis-I It. Lease! John. WHUovskl,G. W. said; and he knew she loved him. But with a weekly newspaper of large circulation westward more than two miles since I Once there was a Boy left to tend a once or twice."

V.1'mLU.. ey S. Andrews and niUDQCARTERS FOB no man could fancy a girl bound to a published at Portland, Me. was born in 1825."Consequently. flock of Sheep, and being impeled by "You don't. .say!"
FZ.R.E :csraUB.A.1VOE: helpless fellow liko him because she A feature of the paper was a letter Rockaway Beach is the spirit of mischief in the absenco of "Your cook ought to be killed witha -
State .
rovernor-E.: A. OSlccr Representing the Liverpool and London had promised herself to a man able purporting to come from Washington, being eaten up and Coney Island is spirits of another variety he amused club and your cross-eyed waiter-

iit-Coveruor-M.Perry II,. Mabry.Pcnsacola.Leosbury.rrt and Globe Company. and willing to protect and cherish her. D. C., but really written by Smith, crawling toward New York, you see. himself'by crying fWolf !1" when no should have been in the grave long

'<- ry of State-John L. Crawford, .- J "But I love her all the same," he which was signed "Jac c Downing." The outer shore of the latter is disap- Wolf was nigh. ago."

,,:Imh"iIle. L. C. HULL moaned; "I love her all tho !ame-my This "Downing" cwas; supposed to be pearing under the water, and its inner The people of the neighborhoodwere "Well!. Well. !" .

Attorney-Geueral-a C. P. Cooper St. Augus- pretty Nellie." Then he began to won- an intimate friend of President Jack- one is on the move before the wind. greatly terrified, and hastily arm "How you have managed to get

'rcMurer-E.fo;. Crlll. Palatka.i ] Contractor and der why he should have this sent to son, whom ho always referred to as In fifty years hence I predict that the ing themselves with whatever weapons along and keep the. place beats me.. -

>mls oner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell, Ft. BuilderS him; and to feel hard and cold, and to "the General," and made Old Hickory island will have been swallowed up in they could command rushed to the I don't want to be mean, but I want

d.. v + wish himself dead, and to hate the very appear to be an uncouth and an Illiterate the maw of the ocean. With both spot to defend tho Sheep from the to ask you if you can't improve thlnga

OmDtroller, ) General-W. D. Barnes. FLA. kindness of those who ministered to man. In one of the letters Jack that and Rockaway gone, where will ruthless invader. i a little?"

Ullt'riDt6oJltrtt dJu'al.vel1"1LIDnld of Public Long Instructlon-Al-r,Cedar Keys Plant and specification* furnished on short him.But Downing tells how he noticed a bundle the people go then for sport, I wonder When they discovered tho April fool '"I can, and Til cheerfully do it, slr.'l'

: l1usaell, !!on\'mo. notice. Carpenter work solicited and ho could not, after all, as the of papers upon Jackson's desk, tied ?"-#: Y.: Commercial Advertiser that was played upon them they were "It's for your benefit to please yout

promptly attended to. day wore on, feel thus to the woman with a string and conspicuously mark -. U .- mad, but the Boy mocked them and guests, of courser' (

'nled Suite Officer Hand-made brok! for eao! '. either .t the kilo with her face so oddly tied up and ed "0. K." "What do those letters the laughed and called them "Rubes," a "Of course it is, and I'm bound to do)
Ir delivered at the He Preferred Rope.
Betliter-8. depot.JI
'''m-.z.T..Tucker. OamesTille. hidden, who waited upon him with mean?" says Jack to the General?" I term that he picked }\lP at the circus. it. I'll make an improvement? in lessJ

Crawford. Gainesville. '-- such tenderness who seemed He fooled them several times that than half an hour." *
"the General
veor-Ceneral-W. B. Bloxham. TaU.e ; "They mean, says \Iurderer-Do think there is
; J W HICKS anticipate his every wish, and whose "that I have been through them all, of you escaping the gal- way, but at lenglh the Wolf did come, In about twenty minutes he came

( .' SSNATORS.in. touch upon his hair was so pleasant.At and that they are all correct-O. K., any chance my and when he cried out no one believed around to me on the veranda smiling;

"...Wilkinson'muel Pa sc0i }ontcelo. last he tried to thank her. It- was don't you see?" It is strange how lows? chan"9 in a hundred him and no one hurried to his assist- and rubbing his hands and said: ;f'"

Call. Jacksonville.KIPRKBENTATIVK8. so churlish to let her think he did Lawyer-Only one You expect to read that! "Well I've made it. L've cut thcj
those letters gave to the world an impression it will be wise to take ance. may
: but I think
know how she torn I in pieces and cook's wages down one dollar a month}
Ototrel-non-: M. CITY BARBERAND good was to him; and that Jackson was an illiterate the Boy was

loe,. Davidson she seemed, he thought, to be sorry man. There never was a greater the chance. devoured, and you are doubtless prepared and swapped that cross-eyed niggert
lid. "To be suro. What do you pro- him but waiter off for a lame wench! Bet your|
Dfitrict-Hon. Charles Douffborty, for him. And the effort did him good; mistake. I have seen a hundred letters to say it served right,

Orange, and tears came into his eyes, and he written by him and there are severalin pose?" 4 nothing of the kind happened. lIowasn't life things' have got to go different*

wept softly for the old time, and this city now, that show him not to "I think I shall plead insanity in that kind of a Boy. here if it costs every cent I take in..
PATENTS. Nellie. After that he was very patient, be correct speller, but his your case. He had made arrangements with one Can you suggest any thing else? '-':

Hair Dresser. I and not quite so wretched. And stUl ship shows familiarity with the penman-pen, "And if it works I go to an asylum. of Barnum's agents whose business It .-Detroit_Free Press. .

I .
the nurse in the cap and hood watchedover eh? was to secure animals for the Greatest .
OPEN AT ALL and his language is terse carefully .
4_ :\
him, soothing him inexpressibly Precisely; but that is far preferableto Show on Earth and when the Wolf The Antiquity of Paper.
..,. chosen. and his sentences as gram- "
Shop .n Call St., Just East of Kallroad by the touch of her little hand upon matically constructed as thoseof being hanged. put in an appearance with an appetitea Dr. Julius Wiessner has been making

BE1H D. HOUGH Will constantly keep on hand a full his, brow and making him think of any public men of his day. It is "That's where your' opinion and my week old, expecting to make a mealof .a microscopical examination 01

line of the following goods for sale : another hand just as soft and smooth also true that the symbolic letters experience differ. I was once a keeper the Boy, as had been usual in all some old manuscripts, in order to dlsJ|

SOLICITOR OP Dandruff Cure to Cleanse the hair. which he had held so often. were used by the Whigs in October, in an insane asylum, and know what previous versions of this fable, he was cover of what ingredients the paper ozwhlehtheyarowrittenwuCOmpOsed.1

.. Cream of Roses for the face to remove With days he gained strength, and 1840, to express their satisfactionafter the patients have to go through. ensnared by the agent's men and .

sunburn tan freckles and imoothe tho was as sure of life as any there. In Governor Ritner was elected by Guess Fit let'em shut off my breathing shipped to Bridgeport for identifica He has conclusively. that lined .

''rill skin. A full line of Razors and Hones the twilight of apparatus with a rope.Peck'.tBun. tion classification and moral Instruction nnfacthreo .
3 dJtreet Formp PAtG an autumn day he 30,000 in Pennsylvania Tom Corwinin rags were used Inthom
constantly on hand;old razors repaired.J. to being put on the "
the hooded nurse to him, Ohio by 40,000, and W. H. Seward preparatory paper as early as the eighth ana ninth o"
W. HICKS, "Madam he .5- road. The boy was} rewarded with a .V..... ..f
said, "you have been so in New York by 50,000 majority, centuries. The fiber is chiefly of1fJ ;

2S F Near U. S. Patent! Oflics, Slarke, fin.I very kind to me that I, who must always when they concluded this was O. K., Refreshing InnocenCe.InnJellt position as candy butcher with, the but there) are also traces. .ol cottoihemp .4 4}

ask favors now, dare to ask you as it satisfied them that Old Tip Show where he amasseda handsome and animal flber JpreBent' Th'mMuatiefrm < .
WBITB! LEGB! BI another. I want letter Old Lady Here is an advertisSnOflt fortune in a single aeason\by. dozier. he 1 .
W.&MIIINGTON D. a. a written! would be elected in November follow- would insert of doU-- Of paper;, sayi, arf" -
.wish. you both ends\ .
Will you write it? The nurse whis- ing.-St. Louis Globe Democrat ously counting m ** CjBot a German or;ItaUan

pered tremulous "Yes," and without .. for _(in to-morrow morning's paper. bills in making change, 1 inTention MiAjui hitherto bees lap .
another word :Editor: (reading. advertisement becamoa W jo.eul Outof
brought pen and paper The Boy ii..ti ts flvehindred Oriental an4
II bu&intt8 be'ore the UnIted States PateR& : and sat down at little -Matthew's mother took him-on her "Losf-A blaclClsilk; umbrella with : 4
a stand where he 8iflings454Thepitcher : .Ii 'single ton<
ted'ileed in Ile t)for moderate fees. Patents Eggs for Hatching could not see her face. Then there lap to impress upon him.the duty of gold kCnob -handle, engraved with t\ tti I :._ : tbosa th4.. J

DI ti1e,. 'lR"rHARII rDltod Stases and all foreign was a pause. obeying his parents and being kind to letterTi 4. B. CL Finder will please ; '!' tPt .i .wia.
AND LABELS rel"ll'efIC".t his ltwaswhlteai' 1t'itt ,
/ little brother. While Prairie/aYenue. .AllrIhtrna' --
receiving atB99J
a I*)HaoDB revived and "Is to your mother, or sister?" leave } r 1'1i >,.,
..' your it 1lJi i
40' J ;'mttoa! and advice al to ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 I these instructions .Matthew gazed at atriker thought 't:
she asked. o
eharge.kegtho PIIttllta. cheerfully nrntahed with. her with so much earnestness that she InnocentjOld LaoyHow mu wouldn't go. T J ;J! L .1;: iWIb1Mt *
He j !
sighed. "They know, lie said. felt such a deep ewoon-J ; t! 1
impression being
Wilt ; Editor !
Leghorns jfjfih
(Knap's Strain
) toe
am ,
"No it is
to .
toIjfar some one else-to-to the ;
.. r free opla' most profitable ya1etytur Florl' <1ll. Zggt made upon his young mind."_But,wherf ma'am* 'lifflJavegfveiimeata
to PU bla"I1Ir )arefulIy packed and delivered at Exprew girl who promised to marry me a few she got 't through the pleasing Ulu815 > faith jR&iI thought bad : \i i

(f PhtenLs 3 lZIf1J at above price. A.i.lr-s years ago. To Miss Nellie Home." remarking' : : I:
by. WO1ITh1U1dOd3
furnIshed for 23: was dissipated drUi lflbI3 ofy
ofntf : if-
corTeIp9n4ezQe invited.. I LtLtnd O. C. KNOX And then his voice faltered. "I lovebr "Your chin goes up and down 99 \ onn; in4t this among.Tribune. t.6uchI : :: : .
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i BQAU i4'9119 LUV1!) iELEuit4PH S favor i.1 (II Jn I i. t lVZ.t ( .) I.. TARIFFSCOMPARED. cent 1 >C4.10 ctj. I').; 1533. 7# tts. lb ; Kills b.lt, S S

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;; Ivcp cs.ttlliC. bis fii.-ndx n.icr.MKJd.tis :l 1 3IIW. JOHN DARBY. |
'uiJ.jit.b: VJKLY ITR8t1'iU -- uIflTl4tZTCIt1V3 I Innni. b'rachfd or onboache3; 17?.".
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oLJNTY. i:1UlJI. 5'-i ei tt$: ISS3, 20 per cent; llffls bill, free. 12'a i rcent: 1132. 15 percent.; 1S42,25 per cent :
: ))4)t) hi a p: |x-r i i M;nkc. compmied ISl.0 and 30 p-r cent.; 1SS4. S3 to 40 ceit.; MAGAZINES AND PATTERNS t '; % {
fan per
*, n. o. p. f.l 1792,10percent.} 1816COr ,
\ i I b\ tic! rji"b to p.iV for It, :isd th-ii it l&>, J3 percent.; Mills bill, 25 per cent. e-" : liti'iI.!
i. o. \vr.n rrcat.; 1S32. 25per cent.; 1845, 30 percent.; ly on

\\as nij-J ,f-M-d by I tuStiikc! jt < p-! ..Miwo s:4. 3 pcr ceit.t rfi3.S5 per cent.; Mil5 bill. O I.l.>s<>ptl (MI: 1K4, 25 cU. gal.; 18.34, 13 it*,
4itor and Proprietor
"a b.ivdii s.iy in iipiy I'. tlii" >i s that! I'1'' per cent. {.tl.: 1V73, 3) iti cal.; 1333. 25 ct.s. gaL; Mills bill, Town awl Country onk-is( iiolititeuhCfitICI1Ct.'S I.( | CEEr:1:
t-- :: =;: ::__ ------ -: 13:; cts. gal.bthtrr. 5* .
Tiur.i\l'ii: 11:14 i-cu-i rucivul a fly nidi Feathers, ornamentals 172, 30 per cent.; : :2.zJ I'---
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? IItflIPTION 91.00 A YIAK. ci. I LS 'r- .. : :_ ___ -
:|iinoinc-"ii.n.t, Jii' pay for <"ic.:. "!]ln i 1S16. 30 per cent.; 1832, 23 per cent.; 1846. 33 per : 1SOO. 2 CL!. lb ; 1816.3 etc. lb.; 1S28. ; Du3 ;aE -
4 ,p ceat ; 1604 fO cent. cent Mills 5 cts. lb; 13iJ. 4 cts. lb.; 1S40. 20 cent. 1S64. I :.i. frct;
par ; 1888bOper ; per ;
i.a1rl..l '' ("' Ill lIfJil.i'U l it. the <.nh p.ijir pnir.Wiedin 3 lb. 4 4.a .t 'riliClIslIl Li : % .14 4 .?iFil'/ '" M "f .f/f eta ; 13 3.3 cts. lb; illlla bill, 1% cts. lb. by-I STAEEE
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'rW .' tnte. i In.. ast / i>tiik.e 4L; flffirf. I'VHi.r, ctjwood(): 1813 free 1846, 6 cent. 188:3.
) unmanufactured: 1533. is per ; per : 1261. FII.. O..t. M .
/IJu _Iii1Ii 4 n tiling about! any Mich) arn< UDCIIIK) t-1. cc-.t ; IAO, ;5 per cent.; 18C4. 25 to CO yer cent.; free; 1615.10 per ceut.; 1888. 10 per cent.; Mil's

: 1 ---- TICKKT.r .\nd fuitlur v.c \vii >,;i\_ tl-t; ;iiy an it>7 ,. C p r cent (for bedi free); 1888,25 per cent bIll free. 4'4:. .._. LAKE vi. E \V We keep cr>!i .tatIy on lan4

?ITIOA( [ notiiut'im nl oi mhcili-t ni'-nl) iifnnyx'itaccompai.iiil .for buds, free); MiUa bill, free. Pfapresln (calcined): 1861. 20 per cent.; ,

IRCi. 13 cts. lb ; 1833,10 cts. lb. Mills bill. 7 I Caned <;c tor.
; cts.Ib. .
V'.r PreIt.fl by the 4 -Mt.$ j vjll! alwuy-- Vis.*: 1751. 10 per cent.; 1816,3 cU. lb.; 1833froj a. .... CLAY CO., FLA.,

t r ( i Kvr A p.rr ; iw.2cts.lb.; 1846, 40 per cent. 1864,6ct .
ccivc .iuint nUcnlion J m b.u'u Magnesia, carljonate of: 18C4, 6 cts. lb. Ciga1's ) !! ;t1
c. Vif rrAU.KX __ 'It.; li;5 2'i cts. lb.; 1688.3 eta. lb.; Mills bill, ; izj? goocla IIPajhl
--" -4 1&33. 5 WF4A5! 1
( freo. fcT1846,15 cts. It; Mills bill. 3 cts. lb. li g iLh

: \\.I. Inier -]" :' Il Like B Ii per cent.; 1864. $15 flauefi1s, sulphate of(Epsom Baits. 1828. ld '1t first class grocery :toi..tt,

EIiorc l to-iliy .ni.iy ic ult In a rett 1888$4Oton; Mills bill, $10jr 4 eta Ib.: ISU. 20 per cent.; 1864, 1 ct. Ib.; 1883, V/OfidarfiiS Chi!! wd vsr f=?*di f', V LUI t9

1>, cU. Ib. Mills bill *. !* C'aH I M. I
p. M'KIN'NK. I)fii. .I: ( k"n. ; # < > ii j111,5
-, < II. : -z- --- It cures thIU! :;! V f-" or. t f apt1 *

#< \. ilKKFOHO.: nt !itfl"t. nl 1t1t..nru tt4lecte Iax.nr.t hackled or dressed: 1823, $35.00 Marble, dressed: 1791. 10 per cent.) 1S32. gives au ei.j.CtiI. ..'. 'fl.-,'at' a Mia I.ta'--, -.0I _

OAXH-r. CA :MIILU i : -r b\I1tPfl. t.l'iIfl| I.'iii-c-s fcr int'csittuU IIjP.I! ) CC0.09ton; 1MX $1O.OOton; IMS. IS per cent.; free: 1 >2.25 per cent.: 1870. 30 per cent and 25 I! suScn &: COJIIMXY,

I B.,!. II. J'ALMWi. (.f CKurCNiiisrcPMuan Oflh')1L > i.t paid mty t'iu' jml.lii : ISCt. $15 CO ton; 1S75. $20.00 ton; 18S8. $20.00 ton; cts. F-I. ft.; 10 cts. Bq. ft. for each additional Inch; U.D.MIWATCHMAN

icpn-Miit mum millionm.n! -. 'whith, H.Us bill. free. I83S. $1.10 cubic foot; Mills bill.85 cts. cubic foot. ; REAL ESTATE & LOAN BROKERS.AOKXTS .-..-. .
: though never rcachim* !hin:1 1 iml I n'esinry *"Ia Marble manufactured: 1791 10 cent. [p5P1P1J ,_'
*. straw: 1370. $3 ton; 1883. $5 ton; Mills per ;
: ;.E.;j. UOB'T UUI.LOCK. of MarmnF I aie pnid 1 by our ( t I : 7( i' ti>.
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    IT tisctl rt>sl of di'ivenlliij ) U: | '- rcut.; MiKs bill, SO per cent.
    ; T1CET. K x. I:ixvns and Hemp Yarn: 182*, 25 !) fi. Lsnts.Vc t ; .. -
    : znoI ITIC from, tiii ill CUel.ui'ision Florida5 SoiKfiern ;
    TYE. ; our ) M rlile, unmanufactured I (Pnckly ABO, Poke Boot, and Potassium.) .
    E Nettei f>f Arceptmnv.' perc-nt.; IKCl. flax, 80 nd 35 pep cent; hemp, 6 : 1791 10 per

    -. TlS GdVtIIt c's. tb.- Ib7j. fliz. 85 per cent.; hemp cts. lb.; cent.; It32. free; 1842. 25 per cent.; 1848. 20 p rrunt. CURES \ have laiuN( of every ilNcrijjtioii. f

    'f Dui-nl.. 1SS8 &I1 35 cent Mills bill. 15 cent. .; 130-t. ?1.CO cubio foot and 25 .
    J.t: ( I FILMING, The dwith-l'i hc< in- 'f I tin- 1;tie ll\vin pur ; per per cent ; Iea -

    :\Initni, e litf UK' 'J ii.n-a-Union, \\ .-l- Viirni ir >. Household: 1789.7J4 per cent.. veined 50 CB.! cubic foot and 20 per cent.; 1373 SYPHILIS If yOU want to Lity, runt, e or 44J; -

    1 of St.itt-; parli.cul.nlv. Tboii'ii < imi.nnd l2l6 3) $1,00 cubic foct and 25 per cent.; 1888, 60 cts. sell it will to call 0:1 or
    FIT Sccntarv ldy I'KOII -( per cent.; 1875, 80 and 35 per cent.; 1883, pay you T.tT' .A.:::

    ,JIIX L. CUA \VFOIIO. .f I. diliri'Mis lie cmiti! <.IM| until, iiitrcnjitb :. 39: and 35 per ceat.; Mills bill 30 per cent. cubic foot: Mills bill 40 cts. cubic foot. Primary, Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic -

    irave .ut to '.-tI( orders as li (: a'I 40 Hatches: 1875, 35 per cent.; 1888, Z per cent.; Eruptions Scrofula anti fcrcfuous! Eruptions write to n ,
    arne Poultry: 1846. per cent.; Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and -
    V }.'ir \\lli\l tn.itUr h-li"Ul l go ill this paper \\lieie 1?
    J.M.Ittf.1cffersl?;). i jl I Mionld, I be pl.iccil ck. ci..ii cb.i"ein.ii it Matsfloors I resisted other treatment yield steadily and enrely
    ) w. 1J. bH inuid al tin tin.c of his disease U*rden kepd: ISIS, free; 1864,30per cent.; 1816, percent.; to the wonderful power or P. 1'. P., the greai ir ',:i ANDCrw.eialntUf.tion -_ '

    1S75 20 per cent; 1383. 30 per cent; Mills bill, 1829, 13 cts. sq. yd.; 1832, 5 per cent.; 1842, 25 yer Wood Purifier. JiU3e5.i .
    \\illilhe ible. iliric of
    &'.r Ci.mpIrukr: ) lespon hU nr >ilion. i- free. cent : 1848, 25 per cent.; 1804, 30 per eent.; 1S75,

    I W. J>. nAUXES.: of .TUkSflL t He died truly at his ]'osl e f diKy. German Iiookliig-Glas Plates: The 25 and 30 per cent.; 18S8 20 per cent.; Malls bill SCROFULA (T: KE, FLr1" J

    Allen c;. Thuini.ui !,. : v, 1 livtly nl'! 20 per cent. ri U ,- .'.. PHrn to
    iy dat7 on looiing-gliss plates vtrlod from 4 to CO .. .ft ;_ *-!rr.ACOKBIgED
    : ; : !:
    b : Fur Si ii i'ri'rr: foi of his When Meats, Game and : Is an imparity in the blood, producing Lumps or :, ; 1'i. 4 ;5,4
    111:111 one iic Ji get (;ts. per sq ft. in 1880; Mills bill free. Poultry: Theea were I ft1'l1 pAor cash,
    Vfl.NK .!. PONS( of 1Ldr. hold of si jvil l* be k\\r\\ the KChcduled at first under the different titles of Suelliu", tuusmrj Running Sores on the Anna, # ...
    rji j Ilepublie ;n '
    ? P. ,
    Gljgi hegn with ft duty of 10 per cent In I Ix go. or Foot for the cure of which use ] P., ; .1a4ii: a
    animals :8L n Ijvcly rateTiiesr. n. p. 01- beef pork, etc.,and the duties Imposed were Tary- p the grcatcFt blood medicine on Girth. All these 3;) l-t .r .,, -I.
    l-'ur SuiM'riiitfink'iH of S c1io'il : ;ff-cissavbe) is "Jin o'd \\.irn-i.ul I;. HI.) 17E3 an rose in fiurrcanivo years to 22. 28, 35. 15ij trig; Mills bill, free. (1L'enes y.cld readily to the power of P. P. P., :j1.:1 I-4j'4.J: .;: :; I I3I1
    ALBERT J. UL'Sf.LLL of Duval. ( l1)r.ul) CO (!la 1S2), It was subjected to corn- ;i\iug iie\r life and new strength.
    it is
    a imposition
    upon \tiom xrc.it to *
    )- rVtllclnal Preparations etc,
    pivind du'fea, ranging from nominal rates onstollO : 80

    flniesi-d into Ihc ciiv.irs. but lliev d.m"- irpktn per cent. on plate gIRl. The ect percent; 184, 40 per cent.; 1875, n. o.p.f., 20 per BLOOD POISON :
    For CoininJ *i' iMT of AprrK-nlunc: I believe H MOM) of uli:M lb \ s.iTin- Old
    ce-.t. 13;8 rations ,
    \\OMB\VELU of Jackson. of 1<>33 BimrJiBpd the rates without materially ; prop which alcohol is not aeonpnent ( kk3 %
    L. Hotntin his: in-idi* f-c\ei.d vi kL&i1
    moi.s I
    4_ veiy criEg tiara The Mills bill abolishes the compound part n. o. p. f., 25 per cent.; essences, ; Ccrcd in its worst form ; sometimes in caws with __

    I ]H"-< lies since Inh.ul I t'l-il' t nlt.HK f ( lm! duties an1 puts bottles. Jars, etc., at 1 ct. lb,. polIrlieJ etc.. co-aUiaiDg alcohol, 60 eta. lb.; Mills bill. 20 l"r}eipclja, where the patient was in Eternal Pain I __. _
    . r For Supreme Court .TI1Ilrvs: fi.i iiH'ilniS) III New Toil*, and !iz i!! cit end given cp by the phj'icinns. In some cacsbcrofuloua
    1i: GEOUOK P. KANEY of Lton. make >< vciil 1104C btlouNovtmbf..] cylinder and crown glass at 20 to 30 cts eq per bkers broke cut till the party was amass L. GASKINSJit
    A E. MAXWELL, of } cambii.JI. 'vuannah) News. ft., ncpolisljcd from 1> to 2>i cts. lb., plate glass ?: > cui v. or Qulcltsilver: 1808, Gets, lb.; of corri]>tion ; a bottle of P. P. P. was

    L. MITCHELL, of IlilWwronjjI at 23 ta 45 cts. tq. ft., according to size, and other 1332, free; 1812,5. per cent; 1846, 20 per cent.; 1864. procured, and the discas yielded Quickly.RHEUMATISM. :. .;: IN

    \V. I>. ('hiph y. ("b.iirmaii: of the Mitt kiuds at 40 jnr cent. 10 and 15 per cent.; 1875, free; 1888.10 per cent.:

    t__ ; covwVflLflOCU1TlCTICK'. nimmr-ilic( P Executive ( *i>niinitte<>. m'J'llni Cbs t'ii of all descriptions, wholly or partly MJ's! bill. free. Drus & McclicincLtti1
    -- -...- Kiitun. 11 public) ( n < .in'!5dite foMioint mLcs'tutetl: 1739, 7jf per cent.; 1813, varying Milk, Fresh: 1833, JO per cant; Mills bill And in all Affections of the P.leod. P.p.p.stands

    For Si-ii itorjAHKAIIAM \-Gi'i.ciiI. JIM 1 1'ViII .Inlioi racg-Ice from 30 cent to$1.50 dozISio ; ( "IikPri'ScI'iIt
    ; i. : ; ; M polilJcuiic per per free. alcne and unrivaled, end some of its cnrcs are ,

    CKOSBV. sp.-ijjer) fV niio\dry i'1' i'.nisiicul i. ( 'ol] (kid crleitlicr), 33per cent.; 1884,COper dirt.sik .; Minerals n. o. p. t: 1848.20 per cent; 187.20 nai'y wonderful.If WITH

    ! I'hipl-.y I-. t.;> an eminent d l gr1 ( c.xpuspUnrf / ), CO per cent.; 1883, 50 per cent.; Mills bill. 40 per cent.; 1SSS, 20 par cent and free; Mills bill, jou Blood suffer Poison from aivthinsr like Sypni'i' Scrofula lill'; _
    Lleew Old Sorw Khenniatisin
    : For I ( ttCI1t8t I 'es: i;vg )ihi. of the Hepubljom-io) J icoi'dvil per cent.; (Silk), CO per cent.GJycerluc L-pe. I I or any disease of the blood, be sure and Refracting fm.TlinV

    .1. (5. itK'HAltO. I .1. L GASK1KR.Cpunty ]t is Jo tride( oft vi'ti S !i. 'i cdiiuty < !iii s brown cent. 1364. each qt. 8 cts. and 25 cent. perI I P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Pol.e Hoot rrd Potassium TRAXSPABHP J JA
    cr ytlnw. 2 cts. lb.; refined. 6 cts. lb.; ; per ; in |I ) ia no H.'crct medicine like the I)
    . f! voles for Stni ollicc-. ('ol.! ( patent many N I> 'OLO r KW AS nnaiAs.d
    l-i'il. brown 1833 market.
    : or yellow; free; refined, per : 30 per > on Its formula is on every bottle,
    cnmliuaUs now lm v lif fii-M i iIc is si) comph tely d< moli'-hins } 1.riii :md5)i 3 cU. 1U cent ; Mills blU. free. thus giving a guarantee of its purity arid whole for >o
    )i -.> plans Ih);it Jii: %t.ItI !r bis p.uly \ ill eouieaess that no other blood purifier does give. rT1AT' 1MT J-o \xcel'ed
    nd ar fIQiJg gi'p'I k for (' (; %tn< cK gaL; 1816. 6 cla cal.; enabling tim?
    l l>t >iluiby! nvei, be bend, ol! :air.iin 1:1: 11 i iid i- ,; to yi.1 S.r lours "
    ; IVinocrHtic genpnilly.Prt'sitlrnt lt'2. 25 per s cnt.; 1854. 30 per cent; manufac- IClW. 6 and 10 rts. gal.; 1842, 4X C'.s. lb.; 1846.30 J.--Ur. ll ttilbimt fitw
    qucl llv party I i iiflcr the tl- cMt'ii.Tiue ci .. The Original! V'I. fa.t. fii. %* *ji> ... 3
    t.re& ZT per cent.; lt75! 30 per cent.; 1883 Si per pr cent.; 1864. 8 cts. gal.; 1875, 6% cts. gaL; 18SS. | -
    In- fol'i.v.Mmiaous! :nc Jippojntt-il :i s 1-A C. 1'. Simmons St. I-ouis. Prn .'r
    ClfvVliinl"is fli-Hwing ru: to I the uiidevi ilu I i ir course if t tbDcmncniiic < cent hula bill. 25 per cent G3 degrees and under 4 cts. gal.; over EG degrees, I.I fn- puti'' > ..i 'i < in'xuf Kli-pima for tin- Iti i>:.A.Stir:nons I.i vi,r Mcdicir,L.tti Perfect Sight Pm '

    ; ) I t we will i l i ii"t t nctrlid I I'ntcit.sis 8 cts. cal: Mills bill CG degrees and under h' j 4o, ; the 1.7. S. Court
    p.iity 2'X .i Dt
    G ] cent 1864 tAT J.
    irate142,1 10
    cent ;
    Republican ranks nnd his ck-cljon i1ft per ; per ; tgal. MI ,)! i'ct.i! ; r. all ti't! 1 'L'itiutn.i it. fr''m the leading phy
    ||ie of labor :unl o:: r no'Ionum, nJii ) :S7. 10 tent 1833. 10 Mills cla .; over 55 degrees. cts. gal. 5q H.I'wiiin.Pro'i'j; A.').Simiror.s IJv- L"r..tfl Srates,
    > per ; per cent.; bill g.'t rd; t ct''i to t.r I. 1,1 'ov. 6th, 1IS.tt r-h: er kpirihtc'yE.t'd zeiIiis.3. frovcnors, woatoq,
    fu1 1ia by
    wire iliing Lpl Flornh (10! us ; e. I i all I ifforls tn uniedy cXit tiijr i evils i \MiiriuiM fros. *' orplils. or Korphlne, and all salts I ;t It : LiJ I. A. S. 1... >!. has for 7 3 ears 't. rk.Tt-n. i nof noiei'iaH pratelihfifTtftr

    2 iTo: one )JUIP time 10 \'oI". Karnelif ( i k \ I b no ( Xit) f"i the I bissi.fin.plnii irlii-8fonos: 1841, free; 1848. 0 per cent; thereof: 1861. $2.60 per oz; 1876. $1.00 per 07.; liSiili"l NO. i.ise r cc:cd Ixr>ict !Ti ix, llIO.sEss, etc.. can !l.r.-u, gm-n< Lescf who trades have tnkuii ha* t&ipr.

    1 I ejjx-cirt! pfvfiy I DcmocintHiillork J cut oi 'be teiiiiclion TOM.VC1I, l.TC.Kev. .. ed bv ttar!: Ise4

    gj holiest toil. On the ( nir.iiy! we PIOOHMin rent.: Ic7j )n5niiihed f 1 60 per ton; finished ground or preserved In jars or oti-! t 1 iiisti.i t, I to.i ..ft--- \V .'. Cios'iv. CIV. ,\ T n.rea'.n3l'aitcrir. i:. All
    : ) wiih grnml iiny adjustment nf ti ur 1 u-xtnuc 11: -1( ; JZ 1 i NO a tChr4Ch, .d (laTr.S. Tenn., wrie : Eyes Lit
    (;rtu rfl ispivIing $2.03 per toil, 18S8. $1.75 ton; Mills bill free. erw.M- 1711. 10 per cent.; 1816.30 per cent.; 1832. i :..

    A ICVS in his ranvHvs Evcry lu-rc lnr c onctde the such eIctrI.rlIItIl of iJniiHS'ic t and -nix. .nlsxe Uur.ny'oHi.. not bagging: 1848 20 per 13 per t-ent.; 1842. 2.1 per cent.; 18C1, 12 and 13 cts. I'.Vt Ji-!.,i ( n.U ;.ict; V iL'5t V\cV 4 fc tl I.flk for 1 yet should:; Gcnuine have been M.
    to cmplii eis I ibi t a- (b. 1,75, lOand 14 cts. lb. : J ( iti t___. ,
    1883.10 cts. lb. ( itrkI)1iil.i'
    crowds pntjicr to lu-nr linn speak. Ih-is i in.i\. tail> toinpiiis.ilc1; fi.i !inv ill fftiiii. tent.; Ie75. valued at 10 cts. or les eq. yd.. 3 cts bill.; 0 cts. lb.rvuptu'in. ; ; Mills t 11: Iii' ; .O. ft.rtct{ : Sonleti..uS rion7.iver Medicine.h.1d to SbntittittJ I i'ave 111 VERS JOINFB ;

    .1 ib"t exist 1 l-cl\\ :b.; value at over 10 cts. Bq. yd., 4 cts. lb.: 1333 t zl: ; .
    fine etntcpinnn anli'l make a good miy n 1 ll.t- M.n>d.id >1 1W..JTs OCIr. I 'e.ti SctkeTlip'4'
    c Ecnztne and Cenzole .1 C. V { i: l !U A.i
    < !
    : 1S75. I Its ; e. l. .
    niliUl tbould be In liliehi valncdat 10 rts. or Jess eq. yd.. 3 eta. lb.; valued 4)I I JC3L', elne, Iut ii: dori t the
    - piem1t in our next) con-jrc**. pnld mil) at overtO et. a. yj. 4 cts. Ib.s Mills bill 15 < t-" : 1BSS. 20 per coot.: Mills bill, freo. i j i ift I'j ;-;i. Ilt-'tt1''i; ; .! (l. 1t.i i ( rf (.'it i I I purpose" & 3q.d(' otnIpj.iedto!
    j nu-n :iul! the late nt'ouid in niluivniiiiirics per i ll-i Di.J.n Crives. .
    : i : n I >; u4.. L "Hd.tcr 2"Ul
    Trend cent. ats.toot 5I1: 1S42,20 per cent; 1875, 23 p-r j jcent. *-*> ,/> .. 1g.ntTric'
    ritlui It| i is now hill a )lillli* over Iwu \vuktjnlil .; JIUs bill, free. A <. < )z. PI. .M"i: Vi i.t. ( :,!:il .h.l.i! : I ; ? : UtttloDo
    of -
    v recc.wu-i
    fleet inn dny :11(1 l inuc-Ii woik is y ctti ptnnce.Iivciitor Gun ira-'s. 1S70 25 per cent; 1833. S3 par rCiectH-c fir Unit!Inland i ( >-i vi!. Ii .!.' *! ; Ii A. 'A ,!';.ts. ( i"I.. P.I-\ ; v.ti*. .% _t p.clgc wa uwl yourLiczii t.lot iw; uiLcr it :)'

    re-.t; Mills bill. 25 per cent Sewing Ida.- ,I : [Slhit"v. 1\; xf Itxvon si:!.; ? c' aru'. ia...: nuKttT
    !IKJ (loiif. Let t'a< li one do his full Intfljtil \ Ildison: ihik-: l.c has fo-i: i nn dunce: 164, 100 per mule and 35 par cent.; \ ': : i - :.-.I cy.J -
    tu f I a pt're lm. manufactured, and all articles i. i'i.: jP. :tiil; n ;
    l t 1 .qiieii}; >r foi Yi'Io.v .1!..( ] !14 $ha;)*. I:ti i, 1S75, $110 per m'.ll3 nnd por ceut; 186S. 35 ;; .r.rjy ;i.;, nioe ci YeiLi' iu.nrc.
    a igcr pi-ijoiity will U1 countc'l onIiOYtT l, t iiis fiiuili of l.&rd rnbt/tr n. o. p. f. ISO!. 40 per cent; 1333. per \v !. ., ; ," ; ; \! ( .
    bi-Mlji'p: ; Hi I lit dii! ( ( !i' '< coat.; LT.lla bill CO per cent
    licr Gilt for i lie Dcmoi-iMiic paii.ylhan ; .ince S3 jiTctut. r.Iaj3bil, 30 percent i i 'v.e; !..
    J? plcniln r l 5th. 'I lie < \ | cum :.i-.icie Cf W" N. 1
    eott s. fceM Ing, Burning, etc.: I8IC. CO t1! ii: 1' Xii ( Do Tonr Own Dyefn-j
    iverIflbe hefor'. '% inndeilh) well I Utii-w n t-uli-l ii.14 sin U i. Iiuiuar, If clean: 1842,25 per cent; < J &
    tiicapi i! < f %Vhil1 is ihi tlii.-f! d.iim ii_. :;" riTc.ul; 1S83, SO par cent.: Mills bill, 20I lor cert; l<*32. free. 1J12. SO per cent.; 18C4, 23 per ; J, : f. \vil::,. .: Ii. 1 ,.t.y .-;.'l V'M V Tli y 'ill ilye everything. They
    cert. 1"SS. 23 cent. U ilia bill tree. "" &* _. .S rV'i -, where. Price lOe. a package. Tb yl
    : per ; |JI.'il' iiv toi- Ui\-!
    ;. | < ; > ; > Cl'k.
    to for i iiCi'iiiiiu-ndma lh fm di ne.i.j. i,
    Htpiililicatib vMinl vote iii ni iiif( ( t:min f..r btrpii'Ttii, lnhtaess, AmOMt I Ii.r

    PemocKitic fflkes I :i wholesale & ;ile. 'I l IK\ .it. :!* .-Innl.e -. ;: .- | h mnn. manufactured: 1842, 23p5ftPitt. ; J-'IrtcI. In ere or matte: 1843, free; 1S46, S' :I )IrWC'l'X1. 1, .$-, for F.otit.it of Color or non-fadii

    county no one run ( (>niir.( ni.d: piiM if \v'ib is ji'niit .; l.I.4Oi.er cent; 1875,35per cent.; 1888, firroat; 13C4, I > per cent.; 1883, 15 cts. per lb. | 1i: KhNs 1 .. ( i. ? :ir.i 1.lb'. ;e'e '1!u.r t'-o Wit cruk o:snmt;13 aulors ,

    certainly olijut, but any cnndi-iite: hndtpucli t'ns itlel contained therein Mills r i; _.- 1 : tidiis, : '. i ii. I'\. < 'nit. S J. I, I askjif
    ci-nl) :l pniind ; ihiui-U-e. \\hiciic u b. :C; per tout ; Slilla till. 25 per cent. on i ; bill. 10 cts. | -j t.t. i__ 1-Ctr.t All USE rAJlI .Staf
    Ix-tlcr I lo se all I chimci's of election per lb on the n'ctcl ct/iUined therein. i \ i *1 .L'cl !by on.< i nf lit- lit :-.! nl !' 13r.t t '
    l' 'uht for 16 l cents, :.,;i I a; I 10 p. inilliuli I i'ul- hiutsailrtay: 1833, free; 1842.10 ; : 'yr.r-cZit.3 j Uzo g..,

    than to be the cnuf-c of the losof n bin lc '. '>ii of c.uistic aid, mule n--n 4'. cct.; \j t. S3 percent; 1883 20 per cent; Mills per r.ttru of !C3--1: 1842,4 cts.per; 1846,20pr ;;;.: itJllIIjSut.els. ._ :,! ::!.. Jr.tsrest to IRC

    ()te for Fleming and 3&dnc. 1 percent, of the nude I man I r L ''l'lt'! f l.l. fre.. I I1nt ct.; 1CI. 3 cla. per lb.; 1875.3 cts. per lb.; 18S3. I Il.r.! YCUK.Ci VV wir.or.

    ,.f the oluiu i is iibinit 'Pt l a I ct i t per i t ts. per lb.; Mills bill. 2 cts. per lb. ]I. of C..uit. ( u..Ii>*fcr t :t tL.ki.int3 C-AKtS ni.iiiin4 o' ai
    pound.Air. Kdisoii si\s: "IVi-M Bodies of Cotton: 1346, 30 per cent; i'nt, r. '}f.-tn'> AM.Ht'T fi>! iloiir-: t..1! t: Jo't'' -'. .' I'5-.is's Ctit'cj.cu' ,t'st. !:, cfr $..
    t'uptain J"kmiig is still pushing hicanv ; CGI. U" per rout. ; 1888, 35 per cent; Mills bill. 33 Other and Oihury Earths.dry: 1300,1 ct.lb (. ; ( t'.ni.e ".. -
    obseivation 1 nm comiicv' Iliat .l' fcv r __ (. :i.i'ii:: r! i'it savet
    -'s in Stiuth Florida. lie is a \ i.tjwoiktranil \er crntiat4 : Jia, 1 ct. lb.; 1340. 80 per cent; 1864 60 cts.pr .
    jirn is either of twn tilings-;n.n.i.i: i- UK 1:3.: .; 1S33. y. ct lb.; Mills bill, free. itiJ I.. ;: & I iou. rrr! i A.Un Ii. Ihiwin.r.: I :Notice:
    L) 1ILL5 does not pn>pn.-.e ti> he 'nni7.ati jilj yE fungus
    (II(14NI. The Slatts is t olil for Fleming ilue to gasi>. or (!hi. whole of :: ii. 1 75, 30 per cent.; 18S3,20 per cent.; Mills bill. 20 Other and Ocliery Earths, ground laciU The i i.: b.n; :. :.;!, f'<.n\vn k: 1%. C.. .itpU t iKn 1SS7. tc c c.e4s r.ft'r cr.te 1 wilT ,
    ; .
    F. Itrsl ( Jcdeitt.1
    ceat 1300, 1i{ cts. Ib.; 1816. 1# cts. lb.; 1848.30percent I ( \\ ii! ciiiivihtsii; S-'iuiv Ci'isiili! would be affected nt mice. I IH-'I.' leT r.r sIlo ( I h
    ; ru f
    4(1 he \fil} rctii\p( llje rgeM Iknto \i- tl I.IitV lit :jiil f .Xrvi.. ---.L._ .
    ;\ ; 18'4 .5Oper1OO Ibs.; 1SS8. IJicU. : < :iln r siiti! .till 1 1ii : i i.iti..tia'f Ei.tautof Luln*
    I Infcycr niitiobe i* ji:siasilie.I sis it trm i I a 1 ers PI ush,composed of silk and cotton: i.n :M-
    i ijoily; i-vtv f pt in Jhc bjatu.Fa.irlujd 'al in lb.; i.llablil.! t'Cfl. i > i.tSlc.It I\MI N\s. Alt$ ::ri' ( iii'Liiiiiv'tdl : \ I ----c -___-. I '"'. 1'tr ct ul ( i.tv ..t irsu'frf.rt'.t .
    slowly < r the riound' niut) b linLntvii l&if.. iO per cent ; 1861, 25 per cent; 1875. 25 per 'li .
    i "I I i.n-M !'ID tt tJ .. I7i 1'i.-t.
    v. ,
    -- t<> bavu bien) .*toppi'.l in .IJK- 1,1: ci IT... IS 3. C5 per cent.; Mills bill 15 per cent.t : cni-rotls for floors: 1S10,30 per rent; 1823.15ct : in ;iu it <[iu uIo l In iirOtitIf.

    Sietnry jn.dc Jcar ijta'.enicnt :; -c> b}' strcit paving."-:.Mciiopi: U-. :<-i' '.. Extractor 1832 free 1875 20 sq.yd.. 1832, UK cts. Eq yd.; 1812. 35 cts.eq 1 I r\z: tln-ir: I l..t..l.s. TN 1t_: \\ J! fi- 'Iiiiiici i 1
    : ,
    of the fjntmrial ponihtion of the tvut. is CO cent Mills bill. free.LIem,1 ; per yd.; 1846, 80 per cent.; 1864 SO to 40 per cent;; <>u Use ,trtliis! S.tItlruv.: A i ii-- cIri '! :>'(;'{'I e M J'OIS 1'1'K
    Due should I I be o. per ; ; gr'nnit- for tLc two iu,' s \\iif lie
    Cro ei nment to I th liiisine uicn of XcYppk \V I egn I4. asn n-'cmi'eil 1 1 inmy 1875. 5 and 45 percent; 1683. 40 per cent; Mills j [ LAM) >: VI'IGMyrSTnH
    .- niopn&id le aitjusitnt-. io the iniciinyi'lvei' a1(1 Jute Carpetlngs: 1824. 20 cts.v bill 22 per centOilcloth i i tiinitd.

    the other uy, which knocked t :-1 I lIiI'icLt ht.tI ;'Ci 1.I1 8 I Is&V i't }. y.L. ISJ.',. C-! eta. eq. yd.; 1842, 55 cIa. sq. yd.; Foundations or lit-M.Y: I l"nz.. |'1 Xot.ce is he"frl>r rivin that 11*

    Jir.) nininvV a1luks int; a rocked hat. U'e ( onjrtaUilale ('iiiM-h < s ihi I.,tt, 3ircent.; 1SC4, 6% cts. eg. yd.; 1875. 8 Bvrlaps. exceeding 1'ltta.iritNOTICK. nnnitttr; I.a' tiled notice ct bi

    *Mie pioj'le caniiot be hoodvv inked I into I tt'i HI 1*. :mii >iir) us no Izlui iiii o-.f ini'r!-<>i of 1 >* <
    1842. 20 per cent.; 1375.40 per cent; 1883, 40 per mil pr of vil tn n-tifo 'j>'<"* **
    \ bonds (.liaii ,c. tLrt. _! i, h'iu.ti 't'
    Unviultlirg m-d douimd hary i
    tlIikr t dir in his aI-t-ct': th f'erk 0't'ire
    lid ideHHalditit the Natiun eent MUlsbill, 2pereent.It. .
    : se
    my :, Trtmry ; ill millions to (lie irnr.ible fiitc ci heenp and Manilla Manufactures CtNii1o'.. (' .' .-.t'lrkI li. eus l .-Pltr inb 5! *

    l by Hl 5ne or nny of hi-, allks.Thv l'i aii;) toll! \\ r HKtyni/.u tu litt.iI'! UI tliiTIS n. o. p. f.: 1824,25 per cent; 1842, 20 per cent; C otoii. loOJ. SO ctn lb.; 1SC4 f 1.00 lb.;; tOko it avihoLtl *I. Kr'ey e4't'urkt" Fis. IL)
    18i) C3cta Io Mills : iOTps'SKJjK*
    ; bill. 'r-e. nit .V ;< of JV 'i ,c. ;
    -- S i< tor) in'he \\ eultht f I Hie u | u'li! am.' t .c,1. 30 per cent.; 1888, 35 per cent.; Mills bill, 25 ApMii MC Cull on oui flit ails who art a t.t4 By uiuggi'td. 23e. I. Ii;.> t3ii.'"' tt" ri'I&i'nlng; WItXIt-IC'tI$

    election of }Fieininn and Hu'lhuk is \..<- lieai; tlmse \\b-itaiitr I pm.stiiil &iiil

    abH eiiliil ii J lleiup and 20 < t" tint: 13'5 Si 1)) per cent; 18C4. S5 cts. gaL; lain!. \z.
    >lutcy m-WhNir for the IH-M tnerets iiijj;: a> citi/ins ii tiie mot c..n- Rape Seed, and other oil seeds ; : towault. sttthmi'iit.V -

    : of out fair Stale, auI l \\ebt.pctliHtnlI lui ngaid ami llHiiuii.tfu ittuuticii Tin cf like character: 1845, 10 per cent; 1864, hemp i.LL's bitt, tree. will lake cotton. ci 'r,, or such productas ts AIS. I| nT ofSi.ArkeTti4.-

    piKid citixx-n i.- .ir.i and HtlciMKni tLvuM.H'.ul M ct. lb.; rape 1 ct lb.; 1875, yt ct. lb.; 1883. U ct c'.luin: I'Ktt.: frpe: IS42 73 eta. lb.; 13lfi, SOper vu tm s-tll itgain. ; i !'.t. t. .i.t i:,, .. s'- tli ovis-i.l. b'i T.V. .\I't.r-on; .

    thinking will give the mil '>( ni, I i.l 01ly i I>< eniNe labor !> the captt lb.; Mli bill free.f'oii.pseed cent; 1SG4 5250 lb.: propar-d for emoling 103pcrrpst. KK'IIAUI) & i'ACE. ?.rA In $i- ? :-r'iit.'. a3 I Iil.i' Jr.tr, o. K.tcii. '

    i ter u cartful consideration hi fore \ <>! inp. .il of our \\nilvinjriiu-ii. .nlitlni ti < 1 75: 15 Ci RR1iCOTIt
    justly and Uapeteed Oils 1825, 25 ; $1 00 pcrlb : prepared for rEio'jicg,

    Under Kepuhlicun iue! d( lit and disi'ltrn : isl'.uv of Gtireinnunt) lavorj i-ut loi t tin cts iX.; lSiS 00 per cent; 1Z64. 23 eta. gaL; 1883, $:.CO1! >.: 18S1. $I.CO lb.: for nmoiius, $10.10 lb;;

    (> i-very hiind ; under! Deinonatle rule ; finiber! ; i.iul not !k -s !'up / ..lit n.iff.n). 70 ct,. 11.- Mills bill. free.Il I Mills bU, free, for smoking, $lfi.O) lb. To it.' lLdI4w. ;ttii-. 'Ttls.i. ; :;: ,:, -,. KFOK PUBLIC

    I 1'i.u Hie laburinj; ; n.'ti' -tiii <)iin-Uu bb_ Ti--ro nr I ilidiisituN of J .i'Poc titrorgit-! 1 I. u-i i"r. .1. I. ti4i.s 'I'ar t.a'c: .
    I3IigrltI ion nd cured! -m;>. Sunn: 1861, (15 ton 1833 ton < -ini5 Jiincrnl, fled rad. Ftc.: 1707,
    UI. r ta.\- $15
    f.. ii, Ms ; ; out tiio i. Il'l i .
    ii.iijt 1inil.Ic lit.O : 'i- ,
    : i ;t ( oi.suiiiii < i>uuii\I tu.si sVt..it'HIS :1 re 1't.i- : ;' -.t r uti-I itiu: kaitt 11.'LNi) OitLcE .%T GA
    Mi'.li bill tree. 2 ctp. lb 1-lC 3 ch. lb. i29, 0 cts. Ib. 4
    ; 1S42
    nil''!). I* \HsiHj iiiL-i-siv'-l inH tint ciic.ipi nliie j 1 I ; ; stt.tI, :aliti v\ii<;>e l>!i>i ii! ? in tin tfl! IsaIrt I : ., : : all ii n'i; a.i tuuu : ScpUU

    ------- -.- ---- cost ,,1 living mil* (naliles Iiim to on.. jr lit i> p. unmanufactured: 17S9. CO cts. cts Ib: l.i'G. :0 per cent.; 1354.3 cts. lb: 1SS8. 3 condition t tutu t the !iii.t.itt; l.cii t.[ iiniinini.ittcr uiiq..i-e-. C othi i'4 t'eret'3? gia'en that ftf>rj

    A p:'.od Deinorrat h..s no hiiMne- to8ClHt witbiii iIiuestC] nickatIii l ;<)n il n-ur cwt.. 1813. Sl.CO cwt; 1828. $45 and $60 ton.; els. lb.; re-1 1' bill. \\i\ ctJ. lb. till'to ii t u.st' ii.il UK -'ii'inilusTlii IutlY'ei j u.rhIer! Instil. 5noticeVk ff*t '
    : :tn 'iuti pikiiti n'nkt fr.'il irof in SBi-i-ort J
    h a stiaig'it' Dnnnr-ialir lukil do 11 tii1 ti'd auvmt.nri) : 's.I li3J (4) ton; IS 10. M per cent; 1864, $40 ton; i Oer .' tloiv. prcrnret for bislet rT.krrB" 1 i lass Me rrCtI'.1:. ri} lirrttittiii ((13 I ll.c t1 uit'..! I \ > -t. l'l 1? Is I: t: :.- : \\e .'l fir nbc? s :i t.ut-n f will !>.' made *

    .; ; ; I 'I 1 liis I iihilioii (1 i I\\oiKinjjiiun to i | iicveiiiiL diailla end other sub tltutes, $25 ton; 1875, tow ace: I-'IC. 23 j>er cent; 1J04 CO per re-it. Io75. 0 wdiu'.tiful I loi..c' jit.d I It'rrul-c'cHtiM! jr lItl I e -- \\y\ ttlc.t .iu" Jr. .> voi rf ('irei; sail tf>>- if fllfont. f t11
    not Id jour jiti: nnl fwlin H n.Jliuue I l.i\\-; of lie country I -indtiie iii..fl- ('I. $10 tn; manOla. etc., $30 ton; 1838.tow of. $10 per cent; 1S33, 25 i er ceut; jilills bill iroj. Jti''i-M.| I (5 of l'i ekly Ali.t I'ctle 1iot i.tni ;iij".a :1 Et1) S t.CIIflIIZ ;; .t'v. i". Cc.n'.i.; Starke rior.Jii.on 1 1viz l'lb.' E
    y II .faint-H W. NiH l Pmrkf .
    : c4s.
    you I in thiv muit I er. Id ;>ul CKUJ-IJ Ins. I lit ) III \\ 14111 it p.ilpilii\ inli'.o.U't s hit ton; manilla. etc. $25 ton; Mile bill. fiee. 1 I'.,ii'ly ,rice v-ilb hurls! oc): 'SIS, 23 per cent.;; i' -tii .Mi.iii-I1. I*. 1 I'. III$ a I 'c. ,, i..rh1eW 4nfiW3 SB ION

    ju the pai-t hi..t l M>n-e i\f \ > tepu'tilion a< H J q'.usiiodf \\igcs, >.]ii.uil liet bi-1 I oi gotten Hubs, for wboeieosta,1aat_ blocks, wagon 18C; 14 til lb.; l6s 1'4 ots lb; Hill till, 1I lit-! iii-d l. ,nutii) >u Jh-altli tiike I tinIIIHL \v K ..r s i. v src. ISTT R. s r a "5

    I Solid Dcinoei.ilic Let in Ibe Just ihih1e i ininineme iif !! in 1.:OC.B. oir blocks," cunblock*", heading blocks and I ct.lbI'nfntess' I ] ci' I tinsukh ioi.k tinlu I, -t color and 'fl"i't' in.iny sir* i 'flits nnd f5-ei .ns lie van"t S Lb" f.'ltnwiI $1tZt'

    county. U-> now ie- I Hitpntpci uiaiii'cii'i.e of I lie i-Li1t141 and 1.11 like blocks hewn I Hie jMi.tiul I \\Ktk i.t I \v l.is-lu :u Jre( t SCOk! and I eat ui''n surio-is; i iiTiieiiin" ntiuuois residence in>on, and
    [ or sawed only 1872 tinsjslini l.y t tie1It. '
    Cain that iO'i : Colors: LC1.2percent.. 1 8. 23i said laiul TJZ: :
    )tpUtfli ana: cast a Mlidoie () ( '! ofcll paid labor. Ami iiie.seoiisiiierations 4) i cr .4 a'.; 1888.20 per cent.; Mills bai free. per cent. M'Jls bill. u! i'lukly As-li. IM.i lirK.thid j'ot <' am1 l Js'M to thf-firiiif r in I his' AiIamTison. of StarkeFIa., /

    for National f State and county Q1t. uggt'&t Micb MII arrdI.e- In.l'So i ; 2JrerrirtPa ;.N-iiit: i.s in'v.t? of riiu.i.i will j tti.II fy work, ttliu-h DIHV: l>e qnirklv l remedied I o. B. Sapp, '
    nieut of Gov : 1739,15 cts. lb.; 1S1C, 15 cts. lb.; 182S.20a3dCOcti. | er J'osi>. aud all otlirr f iir b.i' : 1S32, MMI by tile INC (if Dr.J. II. MjeIfs Vol- T.V. Anderson.
    rniueiit nssball I ti'-j1. yitiC'
    irvciiues- re- } < at: s j.uj I ll.c 4Sfci
    ) iiltle >
    lb; 1838. 13 cent 1842 5 cts. I'LJe. ('flfliC Oil Linitoent.. A. J
    per Browning
    ; ,
    15 .
    cent. lS4Cv5- '
    rrent. I--
    per : r < eat.
    : Xow is mi time for titicc (be expense of hvi 11g. while! it I t d" snot lb.: 184-a. 10 per cent; 1364, free carmined J" : ( n 11''Y vlii< li TI| i v li.\c ; n:mIMI -
    hicl ; ( ) 20percant.
    petty rmg. Ourinterests cuittiH the 1S5S,33 porrtct.; 13b3. 33: l er sen* ; Anllo bill 25 i. ti K, *
    for woik SICK
    opi-oiiuaitv nor .. Ih75. free; (cannined) 20 cent 1838 j lthIiJt.: nnd! all poc1'. I T.ii HKADAC'iiK. and a sensntlOM ofoppre
    ale at ytakc.) Let no m-ip fjlipr.lxt I icduie the c-oinpens.itiou ot Anierienn tree; (cirminod) 10 per oent.; Mills per bfll. free.; per rrat. ljtio i tug io wtiii.ir.kuid. >-
    : tii prejudice orpeicunal feeling influence labor, aII'I "iiijtit ioul3' nffictila (umdilioi, I o Zs. Pier ITjjvtoiic : ISItS. 30 per OT! ; I'CO, \ery corr. in on iv produced hv isdilrestion .

    p you against the% regular cdnIhidaU8.A nnd lie dignified place it holds in I Hit-! (>blitvation 35 1842 25 prr cent.; 1848.30 percent ; 1-M. 15 B.lb.; Ij4fl. 30 per cent.: 1A.U..Z p.r iut.; : inorl-id dt' pordeney, irritalriiity; LAND OFFICB AT O
    percent; 1833. 30 per cent: hulLs bill. 20 Tnkc X oflvvt and vj-
    Vole for oi our people President t'U Vilaud's percent : I TV S5 |>rr Crosby, Gaskins and Richard, if I Jrrcond An ii taI .Menage, lt>SG. per ctn.Paipe.. A few of tln''r \\ Iiomr are running ii a majoritvnf ts. es ho tracrrl to'thet Notice is hereby given th or*W"*>

    ior -no oijier reason than they are the Iodine resnblimcdt 1861. 13 per cent.. ii.amp -au.se. Dr J. II. ?McLean Liter make named settler has filed notice of *
    .- final In support
    Clarice of the people in convention Wecminol OUR FUTURE 1\ESIDEN I'. 18r4. TScU.lb.: 1889. 40 cts. lb.: Mills bill froo. I I'njlngs- I7SO, 7i per ccii'.; 1P13. l>:i> lVUts n$ :i! ncil upoi:. To tin we we anti Kidnny Balm and Fillets will iositively that said proof proof will be made Ww"Kcceiver
    : ?0 cent 1323 4) rnt. 1842 23
    per ; per ; cuat
    Tron per ; HIM ply I Unit cure. nt Game-ville, 11X88
    In 4\\iii I to the
    : iron the i.ny. stagnation
    affoid Ui scratch It i U H Costly Tnne-Yattke Doodle. specifications have Increased 134rt, 20 "cr eer. ..; 1861 3"fr crr.t.: la'S. 33 per In laiMi.i-s TIZ: John A. JJobm ot 8la
    Ce\el.nid! tbe"We're f-om 6 In 1739 to 120 In in ur hl.c! in.(i cm it is I
    1883. ,
    fXrinu-nt) ; clQn't try it. Oh 13 t'otnint tnfl Taking cable chains as cent. : lew, C" per cent.. iliJa t.ll. 2Z j-prcent. >IFK svillaeujiiire new 7et, and cheer No. 12, 09. for theN4ofSEl1 .
    tI lot afraid to shout it; a s ample. the rate per lOO-weight was In 1789 at 75 uitiis ::iy tl ht cvtiy tint owing to us fulness return, Ifiol will a-'K,
    j ': Hit's gs4 ll.e) inside track my friend* I Paper. p.. o. p. f.t 17o'9 7Ji 1816 30 'Konli : your w1t.ae
    -.- ceata and rose regularly till U reached 14.00 in percent.; : Iipaft: M out I'. Aiii'oui.ctrrcnts.M ; liver an-l kidneys to {ho peribrnuui'ce lie names the foilowInX

    : \Ve learn that an appeal has been inai i- 1 lu-ie's notu doubt nlxmt it. 1S16. then declined to SO.OO a tan in 181 and per cent.; 1825. 15 ots lb ; 1845. 39 per cent.: 1864. ill be Uropfn-d unleb- paid for at once.Pmmarn.1fli',1 their fiinctuino. Dr. J. 11. McLean's of: soul continuous land residence upon *11 .
    I viz:
    to our business for CHORUS.rVCVin'l $2". *> in 146. was raised to $50.00 again by the 5 per cent.. 3RTS. 33 per cent.; 1338.25 per ceat.; Liver and Kidnev UiJm will Htitn.Hl.ito J. K Melcher. of Sta,1b,

    s men. assistance to re- the trui.nvt beat the drums M ,.. tar'ff. Theintlsb1tItnakesH$3000. Mills bill, 25 per cent. them to bpaltliful rctlon. $1 per b'tle. C E.Wyman. ,.
    'Ive the Cwrirr.'e bu-li day we TO prowine "trongerj,
    see J. Kloin8chmiJtJ.
    pan no reason ,
    rig ira wai ftret tanffol rupu.PrllIii;. nnfzed: 1816. SO -
    will la 1818
    C Itxelanil our Prrsiuc t lie at $10.03 per per C. Kiobard
    wlI_ the biifeinev men. or the general A other tour year lonjjt. t >n. In 1542 at $9.00, In 1844 at 80 per cent.; inIStrf rent ISId. io rtj. Ib; 1846. 20 per cent.; 1888. Tjin-LIffof" tlto flesh is the Mood ,

    - )inililic cither should be at all interested ints Tl'e Kv; r- 'M* dore its best -70 at JU.OO; In 1883 at $8.00. Ko change Ly 13 per cent.; Mills bill. 12 percent. hereof tunc-tional; pure I Mood means a Iienlthv -

    / | resurrection. To keep Ids faults beftre us tl> Ilijjs bm. """" Pn sized or 1816 : t-tivity and this bears with -
    The TEUtqiiApn is de- j pel glued: 80 ps r cent.: it the certainty of
    c. Kut it only teudj to raise up fm-nd*. Mi hiaery n. o. p. 1. Is noiri& cent. 13:4,15 eta. lb.; 1848 39 cent.. 1864. 85 quick restoration iSotice Debtors an
    the per from to
    per ; per SICK
    p4I entirely to the !interest rilarke and Ana mt Ve nioieoier* for us. ness or accident. Dr. J. U
    VlK b U "
    wonld admit at 40; machinery designed ceat.; 1375. 23 per cent.: 1883. 20 per cent.; Mills McLein's stren tC.
    Ihltj1rt! county and is work. It plainly shows they're getting wtalc, for the hening Cordial and All persons Indebted
    doing good White ve're strong and ht-arty, conversion of Jnte or Jute bots Into coft.in bill, 15 per cent. Wood Purifier jfiVes pure rivh Moot] Orotlur. late of fl'14 .
    l.3ml8\ pot propose to be downed does bagging ia scheduled by the Mills biu and xitali/es and deceased. are redluesteti tfrpyip
    antj And everv tale but adds a ail in the free Pupler Maehe: 1843. SO per cent.; 1864, 85r strengthens the whole i"Jri
    i ir phanty. It stands To the coffin 01 the party.. list \ :. body gl.oo per bottl(.. sT"B to the undeusig88
    up equarcjy erect) ; 1S75,33 per cnt.; 1883, 30 per ceat.; dernantLe ageinSi s't ,,
    for yon aiyl! expects each one of t.aBl So keep right on, RcpublMUi fdinds, Jut Bn'ts: 186*. $6.00 ton; 1883. $iXO tons 9 !>b> bill, K per cent. >; UNIVERSITY them liLly acttcnucdte
    yon Your day w ill soon be over. Mill* bai. 2 as.Jute. LEXINGTON.KYl8&t3 qtiatl'ty or the Mood( fewatU; xiibed by kLW. or thiS

    : ud squarely for. if. Our interests are i'Jt. when you look foi the Hlow that's left. Parasols and Umbrellas; 1816, 80 ptr much upon pood or Lad digestion and: bar ct their rxcoverrStart '
    Yuu'il liiid it won't be Grover. anmanafactured: 164), $$ too cent. 1332 25 1842 ass.milationto. iriakp
    mutual fair ; percent.; 80 per cent.; 1854 the blrnd rich
    ; give uf a show is all 1848 25 ii,,
    we ask -Manchester Utii percent 1864. $1500 life ani
    n. ; ton 1883 Mre '< ) -. Ftirida.St .
    ; 20 per S3 per tea t.; 1S75 ellA or alpaca. 60 per cent. other ;th-i\in eonstitui'
    cent.; Mills bill, ti... ; Iis j) j. } 'tti : j>t. 6th. l* S.U :
    '-- .4 Child fa the FIsht.Jficli 45 per cent.; 13S. sift or alpaca, 60 per cent; c-ms trei) i.oni.." -

    The nepublicun pnrty in tins Stat* lull -Mo.. July 7. 18!*. ton Kaolin: 1884, $5.00 per ton; 1883, $J.Oc per other 40 per cent.; Mills bill silk or alpaca. CO ish Cordial the and DIoo.1 l>miti, r; it wfll 5 noir- The Verdict Un3j1h1
    ; tin. $LOO i>roprlis ut'
    wtjIas to think that their ton. 'C. cent. other 3u cent. i..OC.iTiOI. t.. ) ,.- tile I,
    per ; *
    only lies per I
    success Jie Swift Co. At'anta.! Ga. Inch DrU' '
    4 ipific: flgsiito.'i. ? the eJpji'er,,,. of I). Suit,
    in iradi-s and (J.i little hen but Lath: 1875.15 ete. per UOOO piece; 1885,1k Paris Green: 1864,30 SJsert-bnt1 4; Tpe.WpIti& Telegr5hy.Cheper ived. vil.Uity :ur.t tl'r- tetifit"I reitiuint0d
    are proposing on ilL sides to titleyieceMur girl \\ cts per cant.; 1875.30 per $1 pe' bottle.Tbe i-sn

    :vote solid for the county ticket for votes 1' eutwltbnCZeIUa \\ e perl.OOOiMUlsbfll.fiwe.. cent.; 1888. 25 per cent.; Mills bill 13); percent.PavingTlles ( ,s/735 Coe in We World. etv ass the very t, -; "

    !4 ; ;. .us front.scveral good Lud, Ira ah..t., pip.. .r.sb.t not ItIjhr-w.pI.i,. .i. a. I (..;el4., M 4a1 cv'r all nib,, CoIUe,.. ., rank and tleoavini U'U'tsold' baa Tt0I1
    for !life' pepullJcnn candidate to Go ,. : l.er'ctit. sheets), 1 ct. lb.; Cabot), 2 eta. ft. ( encaustic): 1882. 15 percent 5r ) ie.:,. i. 'tW3 io.ooo t Ileok.Leepl11 ..l newly cl .ret ; vCetatIci ci If C). e UI.IM took si:'. _,
    1828 l'h Gpdua ,
    ; 1842.25 cent hi regions
    ( ; per ; 1840. 20 cent Bv.ti,. _. ; _,., oftIrnlr
    per 1875.
    pr. et flU I) ,le'ec ived by 1 r the tune 'site 5 eta. lb.; tShOt) 4 Ct.. lb.pipeal ; (..r... t'-I6.tYIU..... offell Jl.mjne,, rays of t.e ep( I i>f iie( ',matisu t'fA !t)
    : : ii' S t. 1842, 20 per ceat.; 1888, 30 per cent.; MUIs bfll. 20 'i'is.n-r.. n.t K..r4 z.I..u1iIt5. -tiru is turc. tri'. 1 IruiIMt..
    l84S.'ao per
    4 hurt.ht.i. malaria I.r.utpitxu hIire. (
    cts. Ib.
    -t.'retIa, 4 Dr.
    : .7.
    It 'ad to leal. per : Tel.ghy II.trLs..i'a
    po4Li4)a. began eent.t. apecIaun.
    i* cent. t. 't s.'ait f'iilt.t
    Ib. I
    Lef' .: 1alen sibottks 1888. 8 rt: '. lb.; HiHaMl, Jjtf cU.tt.Ul r..r .,, ,- ir.,. EhaUa.tr..Ia W.j ( asrant.j ft PriiIpaI Snec..,. ["evor ('it re, vniil; and gn t lcd an ii aftirnThe I'pst
    : Peanuts, or grouBd beam: 1864. 1 etlb. Wilbur *. v- i Lti.th-- Ky. JTntMait UK sw viil rtuhie4h7S- cure. ae ru have "vpren. huiitllcl III DLt
    Now Iie bus 4.0 .Id or $ apMVR0Eu ilIeent4d l> .
    erzp1 8l ou ;, .
    ; ; \r eta."s et.ltf, 1884. IX .: shelled. 1 cts.; 1888.1 ct. tb.; shelled 14 e. is Klectri-

    !, 2 etLIb.; *av.ix&vr eta Mills bBi, yt ct. lb.; shelled. 1 ct Ib.ns. & f others have added llt'
    S CONSUMPTIVE: -Bukie's? Prnica Salve. bat hue \erdict tann nri.ilii
    10 ,: .'.. % : w aters. frSZSSEtS* .. metallic: 1842.25 per ceat.; 1343, fO'cent re.PARKER's The.. Salve in the world tiers do cure Sit tLivcr
    CINGIR (
    ,s.._ 1t a '1 1 t. : : : ; 1851. 10 cento gro. and 25 per cent.; A rare siecidjisi compoend tha TONIC*eure.whe without sU alas delay.tails.3atrtion. bru.sfs.. Sores. Ulwrn. Salt ltIusar tlt I.t I.: Kh.JaeyM Pf
    adquartere !. cis. Mills busS cent ver Sol es, 'l ettcr. ( hutt..4 .
    ; ; gro.; per lnwatd 1nyalula i 'lid ar3 lM>ttle- at J.
    with 1 Ithe imanam. Femala w for bIainM. ('orn. antI I .
    sympAthy their sa eli s I s'
    Veu.atois Caps: 1864. 40 cent 1883. 'vaIa.ri of She i1 a t Stur:
    '4 per ; &otsack $ and t'U.
    -- >m. IK o : $ PTUggttta, pcilti relv I.
    .. : time Ie looerg toz, t cts. per ft.f ennc. 19h.. or tie,
    4c coit.t MitU bilL SODST cest. qnireci It. ;a uV Iti
    -' f* J Iee HINDEgR i gtlnantppu to colds con1ryou
    J840.20 per ivc ('oiughu and
    tt1S4tl.tc'tI0n p
    :- fhe safest,"11 ** or
    3ct*. bla MflIsbjn TO 1il t'UN'i1iULD cEXT Stops all pain. comfort* care*or Cona.Bun Ions.&e. 2.5 cents ruIOCSf'itiuloj.. Pr; t, ; eati ,1u11.kirgor ''I.r&Il11Ir.r.a rf
    *. : .; 5 .- 1 ;.I.i ) tocuirs. 1Accs8luu'Mj. 1Iiscor&co..y.to the f.-.t. sever falls ta Pr isox, 1or ss lv $f.loz4'4 or Pr. .i. ii.Iiulc .

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    Jacksonville is feeding 9,2Jl11t'ople; on I J>l" 1)le don't want hue rich to pay for (' irrylug II I S1'.\'l'L' "' I
    C U.TY?\ TELEGRPH. fiee ratvns. I on the GormiuKMil: ami wish <<> iX J'j 11 ?>. tii i _
    IDFOIIP from, G B" L A N K'E
    ) : continue t>ea ling the burden o'liile W(' Clipped our f''tt..It\III''l, : TVFURNHU1t N I BIIB 0
    _ I Tourists' tickets have. been oMended! I .
    _._ h : j don't feel our share of tli" low!, I Jim not : The St Augustine Pioss! i i-i HOW in Its t :c. k _
    Oct., 1ft. 1888. I until Dec. 1. I going t 1 kick. As a lich man I can StOlid 20th year. -- -

    't4I rkt Fin., _. _. _ il : lOlL as long as common sen'-e: rules the : Munnlield : I \ I
    -= -- ; FcrtJmclinhas had 132 eats of fever i Cirrus comity: has mliIJ1J'i : .E- FllRNIpUEIBeds
    -_XOU---CE IE\'l'S.--- ': last week bnt jno"deaths. i I: country people of I believe small! poor lt.3ni111 people jump find at the the i company.I? : i : ::: ; l ; : j. ; J :; _

    A I I I 1 Iiil (''))l fly pays i iis teachers annually .
    chance Picsident
    them ill
    declares is
    Plant City that there no yellow '
    For: Cl<*rl-: *>f ClrcMiit Court. i fever It that place.A i! the ruilie3lie has /laid! down ami to which ; :$14.330.: I Bed-room Suits Parlor Suits. Lounges Easy chairs:
    mn'lf n randidatc I !''the-I I)eniocn>liu parly has committed itself I j They i.iise bananas: at Oralu weighii.g ,
    I hl'nhV, oftccof (' c'k of the Circu.t Court I line Mock of apples, cabbage etc. jh.t J \\ ithout rescryc.I neatly: 1 two pounds.Many ;. j Mirrors shadesand fixtures Mattressess _

    CJ the)n..U .n1 C. .m"'. and n'..pect fully :' received by Walter Wills. i "Does -mother- -know-- I : i: orange !jrnr.vers are already su-1 I tug ; ,.
    | your you are out. I
    'llit: thl' Miffnigeofmyfel.owcili7.eiissuirg : Walter YVillslm just received a i.hipi stud n i-ciy III his !ht'le !brother. "Yes. she i tin ir crop on the trees. Pillows Woven wire springs & Cots
    1111' elect mn.ry '. I :.cut of I lifhh confectionery..lncksoiiville j l'.l)('$." w'ftS the :answer "for one IKIII'le of I, :Ed Ktidy, of Wiuiwond, !shipped:; carloads 3 I.
    \ 1eC.petfIIll) : Dr. Hull's CO\l!Sjmp: has knocked ot watermelons this season.Some : : Picture Frames made to order. .
    H. F. Yor.i:. 10 : my ITpliolsU'rint! ;tkinds\ \ Solicited. Cash:! or easy tJaluacliU.
    has tent days'rations!
    { cold into cocked flllt, you lift." of t the cigar factories at Ybor City

    nnr1l1 1fe' iny 'elf a cIIdil1ltC j for ir: o people. to Sandeison. A few application: Salvation Oil will I me to lir rtiuoved to Key West.Volusia Gras>r-i.TT-S IBlooHs:., ,. ST-A-IRJKIIE.: F1A, -

    I 11"'I1."I\' ( ie'irt of I instantly. relieve stiffness in the neck ----- ---- -- .- -.
    11nlcC' of Work of the | Sanders-in has had twenty-five cases or county will poll! over 2HH votes b -- -- ---- -- .- -.-- _-
    ,,t1l1'dClll'll (' It1flTY. rll/1 J'I''I1C'Ctflll.r! oli'it t.e nf yellox flverIud two deaths. I J joints 23: cents.j at the coming election.Pilatka's I. ORANGE COLLEGE I

    luffl'l\C flf In)" fdJII'\-citiz'n fit the II'I j The Rich i Kind of Democrat board: of health has: prohibited GARDINER PACE
    election, 'c'Q Iesn.etfnlb. I Cotton I Js coining! into tow in large: AND
    Ing I Democrat in the s.ile of cabbage in tint SZJ9rRKI .. 4. _
    \v. '1', \EEK. t! quantities and our merchants ate happy.Karmeis ., We're'cry Slate a- ,I Ilhe ) dty.I ; .
    i i firmly tixeiVin. a detenn'iimlt-m tu do! his ,I \ '; DeL-ind Landing, lately, Mose .; J. G ;jb1SI ;
    For County .Juc1e. j are coming into town lids week. I whole duly as those I lte'IIIn.ing to t the !I I Marsh caught an enormous wild-cat. !!

    I 1tf'I..by nllII1I11Ct'lhllt 1 am a cnndi- i A better feeling ot confidence is estab-I Stonewall Club of )JolJo..aotsa.: : : in Citrus I II I A solid car: load: of oranges was sent SSTh1 ;f888 ArKE Bradford County, Florida,
    _ ClftlL-e (If Cttuty .Jud ('. lUiul.Fernandina. j (County, I there' would !lie no doubt a* to ,I ; t
    tie from Leesburg to Minnesota few ,
    far a days
    Ie 1 l't'If'1 fnll r, I -- the final! result. This club is. it would II Fall Tt'rm\Opens I1On(1ay, SepoJ m& tTsi.t .
    UrcnAitn.wi : received SD.323.3i in con fnm resolutions un"/t'oj'll I ago. JJnl t
    .J. It? seeiii adopted (: 1888.
    I I tnbulion last week from tIle generous I'of the light material, nnd it is united for ', Kmpori-i.: : Vuliisu: county has a string 1 Ml ESTATE AGENTS.

    ". to the Month: 1. O,2, n, and
    I ftcivhy nnn($nnre myself I I Iiombast and false 1 prc-teiiM I'A.I UI gi *
    last t yellow fever is declared epidemic &5O Dollars. .
    03 for Ie office! of County Judge From the ti umber of resolutions adopted .las. Waddel: has liceli nominated for I -
    cltflIhlaIe in Gainesville. Four new cases theie: I
    111e CI" CctiOIl)( *nA respectfally.V this week.At nt a lale meetme: of the club we extract mayor; by the Republicans of Kew Wc t.
    e.f 1'1. f<-llowriti7.ens.VM. these two, which Democrat should All Tuition clue at THE EXD ORANGE
    the 5\1pporL j The tides of Sm'rlHIa<;t week were ] GROVES.
    \ F. MAI.PHUR ,I read OFEA UJIMOKTJJ and Patrons
    n rnilrcad: wreck at Wilkcsbarre, : higher than ththa"e been for many I '; ,
    -SlicriH'- --- ----- 1 1 Pa., 61 people were killed and a great I Itcv ilvcd. that we pledge! ourselves to be months. will be expected to settle J'fmiiJAl//.

    Fur I injured.Jacksonville's. present at the polls /Cll'CllOlIl1llY and will the First
    many Cocoa, want a factotvVon : Free Term begin
    candidate sausage FARMS
    "inre myself J. will combine to render nil the assistancein
    111 r1JRnn."ffleef Sheriff( flf Uradford coun- I epidemic has evidentlyrun I our power to see that u fair and !honest! der if they arc goii g;; to take a grind at Monday in October, anl will be .

    Ir tlie find tcspIfIilly: solicit the ..u1Y'rlle: (IeI its collide lint few uew causes are reported election is conducted; that: no frauds ?hall gophers. absolutely FREE to County Pupils.

    fellow citizen!! HI! tIle enliuiu!!election. from there.Jacksonville I be perpetrated upon the people and ballot: The "Brown" orance is now ripening. Every Advantage is offered to WILD LANDS. *

    I 1 Very lt'pectItally.I : box, and that the ballot; box/ shall I not be It is at least a month ea'-lier than other i those J desiring a good IJUSINESSEDUCATION :
    I HENRV! W. EJ>pfn1>oS'. up to G o'clock Tuesday I carried about ou wheels: for any other ":Hid iCl.
    has had 3.627 of at a :Nominal Cost. .
    , the 16lh, : cases jcllow
    purpose except to lie used! at the different Senator A. !S. Mann, of orange auction
    1l1i'i1l1tiOIl' rf many friend I fever and 318 deaths. For Full Particulars! apply to Acres of land belonging to tie FLOUIDA
    At tbe? candidate polls, duly: selected as the proper voting I, and Sub-Tropical fame, is quite ill with -,00,01

    I'reh"nholln efllcc of(:Win J mys-lfiisa iff of Bradford couu-; Mr. N. J Jones has got as far on his pl.ices\; for the people.llesolved. I bronchitis. C. J. DENTON, A. H., SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO., distributed throughout the slate, and
    or tie Ga. and is that every member of this I I Joint discussions\ "all PRINCIPAL.
    election, and respect wayh''ineas Valdosta, xpttted political ;; are the 1 1go"
    |V. ,t the mming 11) suffrage of 111) fcllowis here in a few days. club bind himself to do his duty, and that just::: now, among the smaller towns of extending southward from tht smith boundary- Georgia' to i'uit llarrell,
    w1iciL and
    consists honorable
    iiily duty : in an arnebt the State. REAL ESTATE.

    i I izcn v.v.. TC30mrIK.I Dr. Gill, at Macclenny, wants $25 a j|' support of the Democratic parly. State, Leesburg's real e tltis assessed at in Monroe countv. ; .
    day for his services. lie is employed by National and county. J. E. Low. J. P. PRATT: C. E.
    --- I' This i ioo the of the and $12-1,00; !). The city tax is twelve mills oa &.I: NOTARY PUBLIC. Inducements'are fared to
    niVM-lf u candidate\ for !bher- the Ited Cross association. : ring true metal: the dollar. Liberal Terms and Special oj
    and ask the with such resolutions nnd a strict adherence '
    r of, IJon1f"friend r
    f>f nv A. \. THOMAS. in Gainesville out of a population of 5000. ufliee in Citrus county is a foicgoucconclusion. tint the boyss'loot! them at pleisuie since

    There are 1000 negroes there. I .-Metropolis.Sunu the high water. Orcuir/e G- 'oves: -

    Collector. i in radish :350O} Acres of ''ViI1iaiisand Sw&nn's land and lands otSanl'l
    For Tax I '. Another point I culture: When :
    Macclenny bas had the following u umber ) lde SUUn lI.I g.J'
    i friends of I>. Haynessiniiounce him of Total 347 white, 189, col pulling: up a radish drop a seed or two in.. CLLyTIMBER OlJer'lJ, .
    TIle cases: ; I The weither is very fine We hope that the and thus ; :: A. S\vum, situate: on lx,th ides of the Florida Hail way Naviga
    L 1u .mlidatc. for Tux Collector of Brad- ored. 46. Deaths, 23, all whites. there will be a bi.j decrease in yellow fe- same spot secure a hastingcrop LANDS in ant
    at the c-nsuinjr election! and throughout the season for use in any partOF tion Co's line of Il-iilroad the Atlantic and
    Inr Lv the Mipporl of his fellow-citizrns. Mr. R. T. Richard of Callahan. who !JUt we arc not botheie.1 with them much Florida. FLORIDA. cot

    t MANY FRIENDS.I had the yellow fever at that place is now down this WTimes; ui enlightening I George Law the; young New Ymk millionaire Cedar Keys, on the (lulf of )xic.I.

    onmliclate for the visiting at his father's home in this city. I up. All our -empty house are occupied : is the man who gave 12,000 to WA1N.i PIECED OX IMPROVED l ----
    mmounce mywlf a the Mayor of Jacksonville through y CITY PRO PEItTY.
    Starke anareuut
    Bradford Our Northern friends need have no fear by your people.We
    Collector fur coun-
    I r face mid of Tux solicit the suffrage; of my fellow- of coming here now. :Slarke: is as healthyas I are) pained to be obliged\ to announce I mini. !., for the benefit of the yellow fever Civil; Engineering; Surveying, ORANGE GROVES and IMPROVED FARMSA

    it'izens at the coming election.HENRY. ever and no dang\.r of yellow fever the death of .Madison i! Jo.cs) son and Conveyancing.
    Fours.; here. of Daniel /and .Maty J olles. He died on From the sundry nocturnal tool lIgs SPECIALTY.
    :Saturday the 30th nil., and was buried at which float on (the night breeze around GREEN COVE SPRING FLORIDA.

    I hereby announce myself a candidate The Metropolis says that Grcei Cove I :Santa: Fe Pond Cemetery. The parents Bronson! the! Levy County Times shiewcdly Send etc. When
    for ic election to the office of Tax Col- j Springs has had 15 cases of yellow lever j. and friends have the sympathy; ol our suspects that a new brass band is l.e- :Kn1: CROCKER IJLOCK. I for discriptive pamphlet maps making ap

    Lctorof Bradford: county and respectfully in a mild form. There is only one use coin(flU tiity. tog organized. POST OFFICE LOCK Box 16 vitiation for lands whether to the principal or agents PLEAS&
    solicit toe support of my fellowItespcctrmly of fever theie now. The tax advertisement for
    Public I school commenced on the first delinquent Circulars and Litho l'lIhie Views of
    tiZfJnI Mr. F. Miller had on exhibition this Monday with a very good attendance and Lake county ornaments: the pages of the Green Cove Springs will be sent on ap- REFER TO TfflS ADVERTISEMENT.Stirch
    Leesbuig (. ommel'C' al. while i that: of De piC'alion) Corre'lpondeneeoHcited..
    M. M.\ HALE. week a Japan persimmon weighing one .Miss Sinn Moore as teacher. I !9 1SSS t
    Solo in Arcadian, of
    pound and measuring 11 inches ciicuui I see two announcements for School county appears; -
    -- ---- :
    L. KEEN -
    Arcadia.Liirhtn'ng O. -
    I announce myself as a candidate for ference either way. Board. I do not think there is any school 'I :
    r i for Bradf >rd County, Hnd board! ,> he elected, as I can iind ntitiiiuigabout struck :a tree at Peniel. Put-
    ax-Collecinr Mr. L. T Wilson, of Fernandina, arrived ( under which Millinery Fancy Dress Goods L'Q-Jt: WITO.1lSRIPala' : ;
    lo earnestly solicit the suffrage: .of my it. itt the new const i; ution. Can anyone iii'in county recently, some ,
    I in the city Tuesday night and left information s'ho"ll'hililrcn weie eating I dinner, and t,5
    llow-citizens at the ensuing election.T. give any on the .subject. NOTIONS. KID GLOVES PARASOLS.::;
    W. SWEAT. I uext morning for Crystal Lake, where he Lttus get a good :Superintendent, and he "inc of the boys weie Knocked senseless,
    will remain with his family. C)'II attend: to the subject hut none killed.Diiiiim \. Silk Umbrellas, Zephyrs and all kindsof ::
    material for
    For Tax 1sessOr.o Prolessor Denton reports 106 pupils on I Who is the man that is: s o eager for an the prevailing epidemic in Jack- -

    , hereby unnounce myself It a cauli- his roll. He has been obliged) engage office as to run ludcpcndcnlty ot the L ticket onville, and owing mere particiilatly; I to PeLn CI 1TOT'7[:. !) loods

    ate for tlccti.m! to the office af Tax As- another teacher to take charge of the primary Let me ad use that man to :sell out msiue.-s prostiaUi-'ii: : : .Mr. i B. (it novar, a PI'Ollll't attention to enters.V.'fst ) !Dr-y St oreS ;

    IWr of Bradford county at |he ensuinglection. de, arlment Monday. and he.i\.e the county. Our sectioni.l I.I arge: owner in St. Augustine: has reduced Pay. St., IToi-. Ltura
    ( ami n'spettfully sol ii t the hupurt ;- support the regular ticket buhdVe his rcits: oi.e; hull.'l'Iu' .. JACKSONVILLE. FL.i

    r of fellow-citizens. The funeral of Mr. Hairy Wilson took P.ilatka Il.-rald learns that
    my \ do not believe in I the County Com- ; Daily
    l Respectfully.J. place !last! Saturday evening! the remains! mi! sioiieis letting work out ;as they please. work will !soon brail: on the completion For Sale.On .
    E. WAIXHIUHT.: liuing escorted to the cemetery by the I think theJnty's work should tie let to '11't the iidlroad bi'uige i iicioss the Si. Johnstiver. !
    -- --- -- Volunteers, cf \\hicli Crosliv.''!it 2i miles from r 8 PLAtfkmzbk
    'I Fcrimndina ( 'iii- the )lowest! bidderAm 1 right: The pile liiivu's! \:11: soon be there RK )
    iinnoiincc( iuys.-lf member. Mtrrur. StirkclOacivs Lats'l boautifully situated -
    heivhy [)lanv the deceased: was u lo begin( ; t the WlIl'k.! :
    for llie ul ice nf Tax Assessor! andtilidltlieniffiiijre At the Sabbath; :School:; Conventiontheie 8 acres under fence, free from

    : { of my fell- w-citizer.s: WLte !seveia'' things; lost, namely.two One.. I Ihou"allllloltl.: .. of saint; : h:ive been Mtiiiiis.! ; i in fine order to cultivate: any of .

    it tile lIeXI election.Viir :\11'. S. J. Temple! who had yellow fc dinner plates; new iron stoneuie, latil d I in lii.iL de;,osited: 111 the low places the native cnipi; upon: 2 acres in

    Hesptt-lfully, vsr at TCIIJpll'liil: is now able to be out. belonging t") J). I.. Phillips, and silver i in I t IK'Land i in place ol! I th.- decaying saw Strawberries: 2'i" Orange tree 100 na nn'B OOaStl1rJlite

    31. II. MAUKKY.I No case! developed from this It is absolutely forks belonging!; to Fiancis 'Jason. dust whi'ia:1;; ordeied eaitedout by the Pear IIIHll.thc'Frnt; Trees, Grape Vines !

    -- --. impossible for the yellow fever to The TKLEUKAIMI: .is our most welcome I loan! of h alll.: &-'... \I. smull i'rainu house, with utJl -

    nni.ounec yst-lf; H candiilatu for I lie spread Ill Bradford county and if fever visitor.Ve \\'uulllItal t empt to keep I .\. }<'. Mejer took a goose from an alli'atur water, rilt f>n the porch; a fine JIII' C'aon ,

    fticeof Tax Aw*''or f->r Hradfmd t ouny. blwllhllll'euk out another year Bradford house without it'i'c wbh it much success at tlie'cysl'T gioiuids' near Apla.lac'lail'ola ) .\\ I Harness I &c. For p.irtieulai! CioocUf.. Lace :lillincJ-Y' .
    ,, and solicit the votes of my fellowat county will not go to the expense of quarantine. ant nrofpeiity. a few II.;)":; sirce. The goose; was apply to .

    itizeii the cnsuipg elect-on. I 4-12-16. :ot\\ hii nil hg i in the water when caught: ; by JOSEPH( K. MELCIIER, .
    Titos. J. DKKI.K I lie alligator: -an t,eisrht-footer. !0-123) Starke. Fla. GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES AND
    N Dr. Pope returned from CalairinVcd- Cure for Yellow Fever.
    For Treasurer.I Alloona I4cesuir.utuiul! many other
    County ne-day, wheto lie had been in attendance We have headed FINE CLOTHING.
    : our article with mnll Florida towns have shot gun quarnlines -
    Himouuce inys>elf itS a candidate fi>rtleclion 011 Messrs. II. T. Hichard and Geo. Up- I NOTICE OF ELECTION!
    the word "cure, when perhaps: ]11 e- I i on day and i.ight. and are laKing __ .- _
    : to I he office of County Treasurer church, who have had yellow fever. He = .h __. .. ___ _
    their in-
    ! uf Bradfo.-d County, at the t-nsuing that both have ventive would be more\ proper. Uy lilt possible !precautions to save: I

    .1 lection, and earnestly solicit the suppoitof : and report that they: will patients go to Camp recovered'i; following the course laid down( below lalitants from the dread scourge. To the Sheriff! Bradford Co., .

    * my fellow-citizens. Hint Calahan: is deserted the your lite will be saved: though The firing of IIny gun or pistol l within of the State of Florida: SELLING OUT BELOW COST!IL

    J. W. KKI.T.UM. having fled when it became known that I at the same time must TQ; yards of any uwelling: by any I peison KNOW YK. that I. JOHN [.. CRAW
    there was yellow fever in their town.Mirror. .- go within the limits of the town, except in FORD. Secretary of State of the State of ,
    or Superintendent of Public through the various stages of the he defence of life and pn.peity. is punshable I Florida, do hereby; give Notice that Ii :=. _-MMBMV .
    1 mit ruct Ion. I fever. in Daytona by n fine of 50 dollars '

    1 announce myself a iandtdate for the A fine line of fertilizer constantly When you feel the fever coming Ex-!:>cllator Chas.; W. Jones i is still in win be held GCNEKAL! III Bradford ELECTION County, Stn;e of To Reduce My Immense Stock .of No 1

    office of Supi-iiuicndeul of Schools in on hand by Truby, Stcrnburg &; Co. on remain perfectly quiet in the Detroit.. lie is said to be in good condition Florida, on Tucsd-ty next succeeding! the

    radford County: and ask the patronage house :and clear the stomach thoroughly mentally and physically. engaged in first .Monday iu November. A. D. 1SSS.I :! BOOTS and SHOES I II !
    of the people in 'lie coming election. For a nobl)" fitting hat call on ournalislic: work, and occasionally making I the said Tuesday beinj; the
    O. 1' y O1:\iG. by taking at least two emetics \ Democratic speech.
    .J. \\ Hodges lie is sure to please made of mustard a ringing SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,

    1 autlouncmndf! as a candidate you. 15-4t and water. The citizens of elborn, Columbia co., For four Elec-tois President and Vice- .
    All Goods in
    :. theulliceof Supcimtendeni::: of 1'ul.licin-! --------- Then go to bed and ret !some one to near Lake City, are incensed at the report President of the U'lited States. am offering my line

    jitruction for tin county of Bratifortl at If you want to see a fine line of bind on the sole of each of your feeta of till existence of :yellow fever at that For one Representative of the SecondC'ongrcssional

    jthe ensuing election! and joohcitthe tup- clo'thing c.Ul in at .T. W. I lodges, on mackerel that has just been taken pI nee and have sent forth inmgntint? demds District: of Flor l\) I in'thi t I BELOW COST !

    [port of my fellow-citizens. the comer. 154tA out of brine-it must not be soaked ; of the.same for publication. I Fifty-fiist Conirn-ss! of the United States. ,
    T. :S.: ANDERSONI mackerel-which Every day numbers of colored men, Fen n Gu'li lltr of the St.cle of Florichi.F .
    done send
    new stock of siioes of all kinds being wcmen and children can be-, Set II on the <>r a :--l'cretu'of !State fi>r the.tiite of
    I hereby announce myself a candidate for some physician and let him for frtsh,; water and for .
    has just! been opened at the !store of )prescribe locks of this city I fi-hing : Florida. Come see yourselves !
    [fur the ollice of ,Superintendent I'ublieI such remedies I as he :shall:, I consider !ish. Quite a number of poor fiuunihiesnumnagrt For :an .\1t0rll j'-G"Il'rll of the :State of

    Instruct for Bradford County, and .J.V.. Hodges. 154tJ. proper for the succeedingsymptoms. () partly live in tli s waJ-Pa- Florida. A. t. von

    Ikolicit the support of my fellow-citizens at The fever alka Herald. For a Comptroller: of the :Slate:;1 of Flor- B.
    [the coming election. W. Hodges has certainly got a then take ._.
    late commissioner idol.: --- --- -- --- .
    P. W. Ileasoner -- !
    a -
    its but if I .
    line ofhot..s hats and clothing course attend faithfully
    large : you .
    L JOSEPH L. Hi LI.. i for Flon:la at the Cincinnati: I Exposition For a Treasurer of the State of Florida.For ) I
    for sale cheap. 15-4t to the precautions we have ;md well known in connection: with the a :xup('riitendi-iit: of Public I u st ruiCI ,i
    launouneci: mself as u candidute foi ---- -- --- --- here given, you are certain to get sub-tropical exposition. died near I'rai'Jentnwn. I tion of I Ih'! :Stnie: of i"'ll\wll.!
    [election to the ortice of :Superintendent: of Another car of Ideal and President 1'1' of
    the Fllr.l ( .uulluli-siu.er: Agiii-ullinv:
    Instruction safely over malady. Manatee county, on September21st.
    Bradford andearnestly
    for County
    flour received by Truby, Sternlititg the State of !S-Wi.hi.
    The of yellow fever
    [ bo.'icit: the support of all the gentleman whom we
    For three .J tII;; 'ci of I UiejS'ipieini'Courtof I .
    & Co. this week. ( (
    Voters the Nove-abcr election. obtained this spiings has In-en sold! for .'
    at :Suwannee
    most valuable of medical : the State of {Fl-irida.! A full hlll(' of SCHOOL BOOKS, "
    C. J. )htY.\- T. prescriptions was an old $100,0110( which is ooneluMve evidence For Senator of t tlie loth: S.'iiati.ridDistrict.
    Keinember new subscribers sea a : the School
    that! P} rida properly is still I in demand.: recently adopted by
    For County; Surveyor. \ve will send the TELKCUAIMI till captain, who used to sail between leal I csiate, caused by .
    The depression ill I A No Reed and
    : Ixellogg
    For two :M.n'.H-rs: of I House[ of RepreFor *- HIarll lla
    Thereby announce myself u candidate fan. 1 1890!) for one dollar. New Oi leans and ila\ana, and he lackspnville's\) epidemic, is bound to lIe !
    for the office\ assured the writer that entitives.i (raininars, which wi he so'd at introductory -
    ot for in .
    County {Surveyor --- -- I the case only temporary. a C..llllt.JIII_ i'.

    Bradford County. and K-clfully solicit The first solid carload of nails of his own daughter, the mackerels Some villainous scamp I neil to wreck For n (:Ieik of the c'iic.uil ('.lllft. |jiiee. (Old Grammars \

    I the Ille support of the voters of the County at that ever came to this county was came off her feet, after being on less heTitusville boun-l I train OIlC night recently Fur a SliciiiT.For : takE in exchange, also School Sup
    coming election. The ,J. T. & K. .
    near: Enl< rpri-e. lnx .'sssu .
    II.! E. LAGERGREN. received by Truby, Sternburg fc; Co.a than three hours, perfectly putrid, ihn a At JilOKUAN'S BAZAAR
    \ Co. iller a reward of 50l for I arrest Fort Tax Colector.! plies. ,
    few days ago. notwithstanding their excessive saltiness of (the ll'rsel01' i ersnns, with proof Ytf TrcaMiivr. -
    [ For Member of School Board. } n County % the STATIONKIV: and NEWS DEI'OT. '
    when applied. Others were to, (::1111 VICt. For a ('Ollllt- Supi-riiiteinleiil of I'nhKc-
    1 hereby announce myself a candidate We ate prepared to print correct ,
    their 1 ii .
    ---- --- In"l
    for immediately put on in places, -- 1'111'1 I I "
    a Slemk-rof School Hoard of Ikacll
    cl'clio1tickets on short notice and and l'tir\ :I Comity I S'irwy v.l'jr ,
    the look
    accomplished lie to bright
    nl County': and! respectfully solicit the object. If you want jour baby
    IIUlnlgc> of my fello .v-cilizcns at the ensuing at reasonable rates. Call in and said this remedy had never failed ina lo not put it In s.eep with laud-mum when a ,Ju'Ih01; the Pcaccin ami. for ;
    j election. leave your orders. re't les. 1 bui UM I Dr. Huh i's I IJ.xby; .rJ'llp. each JnMKv: I District in s.dd County.For
    ] instance in the
    Very Respectfuly' single numerous I 11 ConMablc in nml for c-mMi Jii'.ticf I I
    __ J. C. BYKI. The cases he knew of thus treated. lie 25:) cents a ililitleROYAl. Distrist iii s.iid ('i""Int\ j .
    reduction of
    by : Sheriffs i is clli'cl! l to _. -
    The iittcntion of the
    ll1l1l1C1unC'c myself H candidate for the the Mills bill amounts to $75,000,000; obtained it from a slave woman in --

    office of number, of the School Board for $25.OOuAOOt) from reduced rates ou internal the island of Cuba while there in I the law requiring} them to ('21I"the noticeof
    israuford County{ and solicit the tobacco said eivc'ion 10 be published in a news
    support revenue taxes, $30.000.000 from :
    I of the voters at the coming ctl'clilJlI.t reduction of arliclcs on which duties are 1809.The paper printed j in the: county, i if ther? Iw a STARKE CARRIAGE FACTORY
    1 writer has taken the above
    L Donn-\s. to continue to be levied, and $2.,000,000 paper m the county( and if there be no
    ---_ from an increase! of the free list. The fron "The Family Friend," and has, no piper published in the county. I lucy
    .tt.O: Justice" of the Pence. ditions to the tree list are net savings ad-I on account: of the cheapness and ease shall I muse at l Ie'usl I I I'.w! copies' of I Ihino-

    fr _l--! friends (If Louis WUkovski lake the lax pa>er.s, which will confer even 1 j of obtaining the remedies aforesaid I ,WV tice lo be pi>Mid in tho moot public [pl.ici-s\
    f: pleiisure in siunouncing him as :i ctuuh greater advantages upon our industries. [RpYAuJ in the county Made To Order
    re-printed it in hopes that it 'l'EST1ONYVIIEIlELF.. I Iriv Wagons
    h late for theotlice may IN : ,
    of Justice of the Peace The fiee list enlargement save to the :
    for the Sixth District of BruHIIJ'COIIIII)" country directly $20,000.090, and n very prove valuable to some one. Not 4 hereunto" sl mv iwml :uiid I nllixeitint
    Ind solicit the suffrage of the voters at I large; sum indirectly. Every manufac- that we have the malady in IJrad- [EL H.J Great Seal of the : tall IIf '

    the tUMlin vlcuion. I turn of Aim-noun goods into whose work ford county, or that we"anticipate c Flondii.; at Tiill.iIi.isMv; the Cap Plows Made To Order,
    'lliis the ivvrntii'lli day (
    MANY VOTERS.Justice foreign materials enter will be
    advnnlag"d the evil, but that ,we have friends .
    I it. N. Y. Star. Anij.ist.: A I) 1HSS.::
    by --
    For. of the Peace. elsewhere who have or may yet have JOHN I.. Cll\\VFO,
    I the yellow fever. Secretary lie Sr.iic Reairina otj all kinds dona; na1I 'and with disitckIIORS1SIIOEING
    ucnonrce myself a en ndicl.tt e for the The Rich Can Sland It. I EPPERSON .. .
    nmcc! of Justice of the Peace for DUtiict Many I of % HENRY W. ,
    ItU.6. and Senator Ile-irst of California, who is us are beginning to call Sheriff Bradford: Co. -

    ut the jreneral solicit election.the) suffrage of the \'01erl largely: interested in mining and manuJaeturing to mind statements of the old settler ,Tallahassee.:Fin., A V. 20. l83. BLACK-SMITHING j

    interests, states his views "
    as to the
    regarding yellow fever
    J. Q. ADAMS.. President Cleveland and tariff reform, in question. They state positively that :The ladies of the Christian ('hlll''IJ ; VM $ $ 1
    -- this broad and '
    OITY NEWS.c 1 very have implicit common confidence sense in way the :reelection the fever is not contagious in "Brad- -AKIN will give a linuur_ and supper! } cm the All kinds' : oi Iron and Wood Work so1iCW&-.
    of Grover Cleveland. I am under county and they defy any one for the )
    6th of iextNovenbcr ene- -
    :;:.... =- __ _=- _= no obligations: to him and have not always to point to a single instance of the I ";. -,-. ;
    Five sympathized with his theories or kind. claim fit of the!. ehtlrLli.I Surrey PJiaeion (
    pounds They that in ,
    of -
    food Kio colToe methods but. if 1 have studied him aright invited years past -_-._ ._ f.'t -IJ"--r-; ----- If you \ t
    fGron dollar, at Truby, Stcrnlnirjj I hu is one of the purest and ablest they numbers of their friends SPRV1pjW., ci rjL ENG1.VL11UN(;_ to a/Band-wag

    & (-o.'p. men that ever reached the White House from infected regions to come her POWDERAbsolutely or any of rriage*- .*:** <
    .. I' and has and knew R. FEr EY C. E. -
    .i ambition except to sirve the never a case to prove fatal $ s'< >sijt
    public. The American people know this or contagious here. Those 1 sV jfi.v
    being STARKE.
    'l'ruby, Sternburg & Co. are offerIng :| just as well as 1 do, and 1 don't believe facts PUre '
    certainly to considered -
    genuine bargains in every deP :I that they will turn him down for nothui", WITH Accuu.\cr. Jt tj
    rtment. ,I; So far as my personal interests are concerped h)' those desiring to locate ir. i Thin po\v.ler SlAver varies. A iun-ol I "ul-' DJSl'ATCH. ..c;,' H

    I,, it is a mailer of indifference tl) me Florida. of purity, sirenirth and wbolesou' \ ssMine t Term'rGyo.tiJ per,tar"; -.4 .'... 8gS : ,| *' tli I
    Low the If ,,' m'al than the or :'Z. : y.i'. <
    thing the )
    goes. mass of the I S. F. GARDINER. ei (f' j: 4t
    a Descn''tlly pO\lular.-\ c mean Laxa- people of the United States don't want kinds and e\n' ot be sold In "inp f. ''U' ..'.'m"the car hind r., -, :,' ,,1fj t'!.:" ," H.t i I? -i. i.. it "tl ,< ?-*:-

    ifitV or fur '.'el Siiody has lkl1\'l'lI much Unjf I IM'iir I dorm and tax !eduction I am II Another;I large: invoice: of dryeood I with the. multitude! of low tes. _tJ.f.." >!."... ) ." ';
    "' tlSI'. very aim of phosphate e" jv> "r.PI .' 1 .M Truhv Se U'1"l
    Physicians rcromn.en.l I much mistaken. It is u question for the received tlff! w ,ekratjTrnby"Stern- weight S }
    a'Mvrrn 1,11'. poor and not for the iih. I If the| burg & ('o.'s. **m& I Sold! only' i'i /.HI>*. Kyl Bili'i- :. ...' _,. .
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    TALMAGE'8 SERMON. [ did wen whea he mourned for 1*, Bemember that if God brings any LAW ANCMLAWYERS., _Expert claim aeaaioknesa caD be>> C CALL

    Absalom; Abraham did well when he bemoaned kind of chastisement Upon you, It is only wiae regulated by a system of breathing.
    Sarah; Christ did well wh n He to make you useful Do not sit down discouraged ttow Attorneys Make of UTUUC Fee*- One must sit still and breathe regu- ct: BswarsofTya '
    There Is a Scarcity urge tswp.d th
    .i b Interesting Sermon on An wept for Lazaws and the last mn Iwant and say: A said thai the days larly and freely according to a fixed GSc' before iavlnjor on bu0
    I to see come anywhere neat me when "I I leading attorney .
    Every-Day Subject. have no more reason for living. plan: Time your breathing' to the upward -
    I have kind of trouble is 61 fat fe& fdf lawyers in Indianapolis
    any a worldly wish 1 were de a.U downward motion of the say. be baa tbam

    ;: philosopher.- Oh, there never was so much reason for are gone.. 'Large fees," he continued; and falls there shouldbe $Ipi4 us the
    Plaster That Will Not World Again I remark, that those are '' boat. the boat '
    Stick or persons your living as n 1r. By this ,ordeal'yoU are.rarely gained now. Occasionally
    i: If Philosopher Verso Christ'* DUA Incompetent for the work, ok comfort- have been consecrated a priest of the ad attorney for a large estate manages a full expiration arid as the boat

    i' elples a* Minister to Troubled bearing who have nothing but cant to most high tiod. Go out and do your whole considerable su'itior his begins to rise start on an inspirationeflding /

    Spirit .' offer. There aro those who have the idea work for the Master. to get a just as the boat starts to drop.It .
    ti I /1 A _,. that:you must groan over the distressed : Again, there is comfort in the thought services, and a few men who are settling to follow and will
    .. and afflicted. There times well but is an easy plan
    r are in grief that all our troubles are a revelation. large trusts are paid
    l, The following sermon was "delivered by when one cheerful face dawning upon a Have you ever thought of it in that con- heavy fees for ordinary litigation are make you laugh at the idea of being .'
    I Hey. T. DeWitt Talmaga at East Hampton man's soul is Worth thousand have a stomach so
    one dollars nection The man who has never been business sick unless you a J '
    x. t N. Y.. where he Is spending his earntoer -' to him. Do not whine over the iflicted. through chastisement is ignorant about a no longer paid by men. weak as to be affected by the swaying IF IOL'.
    vacation. His text wast Take the promises the Special litigation, demanding time and ,: ?
    I Gospel and utter thousand things in his soul he ought to of elevated train or boat on a short 1
    I' t Miserable comforters are ye all-Job, rL, 5. them in a r&anly! tone. Do not be know. For instance, here is a man who research, commands a price commensurate an CO NS 1P-

    t .. The man'of Us had a great many trials afraid to still la if you feel like it. Do not prides himself on his cheerfulness, with with the pocket-book ol the and smooth ferry. ., .1 .: -

    I -the Ion of. his family, the loss of his j dritd any more hearses through that poor his tine ,house, his trilled wardrobe and Client cured THOUsAlf

    I I property, the loss of his health; but the soul. Do not tell him the trouble was well'sttu3g instruments of intasic, And I "Is th re any r'egulai' scale of price -No: Other nation boasts of so many It has permanently by doctor hole

    most exasperating thing that came, fore-ordained it will not bo grades and varieties of sweetmeats as of cases pronouncea
    upon any comfort tapestried parlor, and plenty of money in followed. by attorneys41 he was asked* If you have premonitory symp
    him was the tantalizing talk oj!those who to know it was one million years coming.If the bank waiting for some permanent investment the Chinese. Over ninety varieties of such of !. L

    Ii ought to have sympathigfed with him. you want to find splints tot a broken : It is easy for him to be cheer aNo| we" nearly: all have a sliding sugar-cured fruits are on their bill of Breathing, &a c., don't J delay, but use

    Looking around upon' hem and weighth do not take cast Iron. Do not toll ful. BdtJwarsSthil fortune goes to scale Of prices, like physicians; nnd if !I !. :PISO'S CUBE Foh CONSUMPTIONimmediately. .
    4 lug what they he& said, he em it is God's road fare, the most valuable of these being cents.J.'HfcJ .
    thegr justice that weigh oief. I: house goes down under no p'rior arfangenient has been ; By bruggit. 2

    words, of my text. j They want now to hear of ": "' met and the banks will when the case is concluded and a seta> their preserved gingers and apricots.
    rt Why did: tJod let sin come into the tender In ct -
    mercy. other words i fr've'ra.t'J.! ; : t.g to 0 with his paper. tlement called for the means of the
    -,." 'world! 'It is a question I often hear dis- j give them aqua for Us. when t .; 4ppo3 IhoSe'people who were once ele- How to Overcome the Dangers of
    client and the result of the suit enter
    Fi- cnsp&d but valerian.jr V
    never satisfactorily an.Tiered. .
    ., : ,'t' .tIy_ entertained at his table get so Exposure.
    a *. God made the world fair and 1 remark that those pens .... into calculations. In damage suits the -
    are Jiort-sighted that they can not recognize
    beautiful at the start. If our first par- poor comforters.who have never ha" ents had not sinned in Eden they might trouble themselves. of No. 18 Prince street, New York,
    A larkspur can not .easy to be cheerful It is easy to be variably depends upon the amount recovered -
    ; tare gone out of that garden and found lecture on the natu re of a snowflake: cheerfulin the home after the day'3 An is made that says of ALLCOCE'S POROUS PLASTERS: $3 SHOE
    F- all agreement '&For tho last I have been
    fifty paradises around the earth-Eu- never saw a snowflake and those turned forty-two years
    ; work the is
    is doneand
    :rope, Asia, Africa, North and South who have always lived in the summer people of ard the house is full of gas rompling little, he" shall have a certain per cent. of the" engaged in the livery and -hacking business Tb.oniy calf
    : America o flower amount recovered and if he fails to I am greatly aided by my four boy*. t : .ld6 AOTAC r
    many garden*, or prosperity can not talk to those, who are oiks. Bat suppose the piano is shut because &
    fl orchards of fruit, redolent anl luscious. frozen in disaster. God keep aged peo the finger's that playe'd on it will no procure judgment he gets nothing for We arc much exposed to the weather, and LATEST STYLES
    ; I suppose that when God poured out the pie in the world I: think. we have found ALLCOCK'S PLASTEBS of only Itia ,
    for this criminal tro1w.
    very more touch the keys, and the childish his services. In 'cases, the -ta- gboe coating
    Glhon and the Hlddekel he poured work of very great service. We use them as chest i 1)OtQ
    They have been Voice that asked. so many questions will sum is generally agreed at the L'Art Do La Mode. Railroad Men
    out at the upon the chest and andJLeu M
    I seine time, the Hud- through all these trials. protectors placing one on
    > They know all When COLORED 5inoth tn.ld
    ask no more. Then is it so easy? 5 PLTE ma a
    ; eon, and the Susquehanna; the that which irritates and all that which his outset and a portion of the amount one on the pit of the stomach. They not Hi TH1 LATEST PAals. w, Thesd to bnflth.f.a .
    a man wakes and fluds that resources -
    iL'f' whole earth was very fair and beautiful soothes. If there are men an d up demanded before the base is taken is 'only ward off the cold, but act as a tonic. baa .U 01S foea w.L.DO weafBeesiaiJAWR VLA$ILis
    women all he to rebel iyOrder
    A are gone, begins Itolyo1rNewHe
    to look upon. Why -did it not stay so? here who have old people in their house, and he paid to the attorney. The fees We are frequently affected with rheumatism er or send a laS1

    Iz God, had the power to keep back sin and or near at hand so that they can easily "God says is hard: God is outrageous. He in that branch of legal work do kinks in the back, and pains in the ..ntiinber W. *.to ioRE. p.thb*", wear; one SHOE pair on lett bt *wp
    WQ U Why did He not keep them back reach them. I side; but one or two of ALLCOCK'S PLAS- ..- 8Ka t ietait.z.wverk.JAI W.L.DOVU
    congratulate them. Some had no business to do this to mo." not compare with the amounts wife and daughter IU18 Flttf t1 Ua.J-- the ba.sS.bool Sboe In tie
    quickly cure My
    Why not cloud and of TXRS us.
    every poseate, us have had w. L.
    every trials in life and DOIGLA$ S1.
    I althoughwe My friend!(, those of us who have been here for defense in the earlier have been ALLCOCK'S PLASTEBS chool ah. .
    itep: a joy; and every sound music, and have had friends paid using The e ply. t. ,g _
    many around about through trouble know what sinful and DtiJStOUJ1 wear the best incas ta .
    all the ages a long jubilee of sinless men us, we have wished that father and a days of Criminal Court practice. In for weak back and think the world of them.I iiQ All mad la Congnt tbewoi. Bmttaii
    : fend rebelious heart we have and how much have been them for twenty It i* an ncyelordia scat dealer, .
    using by
    sinless women? God can make mother now each your wife
    I a were still alive that we might God has to with and how much former days when crime was much more .a
    go put we nrul tntot*
    rose as easily as He can make a thorn. and tell them. up years, and always have a box in the house. O W. L. DOUGLAS, BrHOMO
    Perhaps they could not need pardon. It is only in the light of a prevalent than now, our best criminal for who pur
    Why, then, the predominance of thorns? Bay much, but it would mn a
    ,I Be can make good, fair, ripe fruit as well comfort to have have been such a flaming furnaca that we can learn our lawyers were remarkably well paid.I IT is not always the most sensitive bate lu. or thnv .
    them We I.
    .. and around. The aged own weakness and our own lack of moralresoure know several who each received ball player who is the most easily put ouWasl&inaton ,. 7Mti' infrodgcs it j $
    as gnarled fruit
    sour Why a
    i to much, ones who have been all through the trials -. Critic. olotha you yon with -w FANIVES ,.
    - then, that is gnarled and BOUT? He can of life' know how to give Condolence. There is also deal of comfort in fee of $5,00 and I am told that double c the and U&.tMaryappliano
    a great '
    make men robust in health. Why then Cherish OCT thing can be said in favor of Chinese necI"U' ll'*9,
    them let them lean on your arm the fact that there will be a family reconstruction that amount has been paid by one or rde.wa dCI.
    are there so invalids drama-the actors never forget their ,
    many Why
    have for oar whole race perpetual leisure to them aged people. If, when you speak in a better place. From Scotland two men to attorneys who had them queues.-Nev Haven Aims.Is or'1 hut.horn, and in S elses,
    they can not hear
    just what ;
    L. you or England or Ireland a child emigrates acquitted of murder." styles and quantitie out
    Instead t this and toil
    > tug and tussle for the first time
    ;.- a a aUvbllhood? a say second and you have to say It... to this country. It is very hard "What kind of litigation is most PRICKLY ASH BITTERS good for any- what I reo.nired t do All thai Wp
    iti: '1 will tell time when you eayit the second parting, but he comes, after awhile writing ?" thing Read what Frank Gnggsby, of you can dak fa PRACTICAL HOI
    why God let sin into time do common now COlrOIAL
    you come not say sharply.. If you do home as to what a good land it is. Dodge City, Kas.: says: "For three years I value of Ue Bu.
    t the world-when I get on the other side of you will be sorry for it on the day when i Another brother comes a sister comes, "Divorce suits I should think. suffered from a disease that my physicians GUIDE, which will From NOW

    the River of Death. That is the place you take the last look and brush back the .: and another and after awhile the mother They are very abundant, and growing pronounced incurable. My friends had receipt of 10 cent t pay poatac,
    : where such questions will be answered given me to die when I was induced to
    silvery locks from the wrinkled brow up MONTOOMERYWARD A CO.
    just all There M
    comes, and after awhile the father comes more numerous the time. -vto
    and I took it for three months
    tuch mysteries solved. He who this before try your remedy. :
    they the
    I &i3e of that river attempts to ofower this screw_ lid on. Blessed be and now they are all here and they- havea are Quite n. number of firms that make and have gained 83 pounds in weight. Ama in-114 acichican: Avenna..Oc.I
    uou rot the old people I They not V-SAHl THIS rirxa mqita.M ITI.ELY'S Four months-fotacscf i iON
    may time of groat congratulation 11.11da well man and Prickly Ash Bitters saved
    If: question !. of divorce business and It
    only illustrates his own ignorance have so much strength to I a specialty ,
    go pleasant reunion. Well life. I am under ro
    :i it is just so my life-long oDJigauons
    and incompetency. All I know is they are God's appointed ministers of our families-they are emigrating t one great act, and( that is, that a herd of comfort to a broken heart disturbances for the of its"
    i better land. Now, one goes out Oh, how purpose
    woes have copio in upon us, trampling People who have CREAM *""""
    not tad trials themselves hard it is to part with him I Another getting a case. The minimum chargefor
    \ \ down everything fair and beautifuL A WHT are bakers self-denying
    can not very peo
    'jjI. give comfort to others. goes. Oh, how hard it is to part with her I decree is f 25but when
    sword at 'the gfi.te of Eden, and a sword They may talk very beautifully and they obtaining a a pie Because they sell what they kneadthemselves.JllchUlGfl Ihad catarrh$o bad
    at another and another and we ourselves contest arises the fee Fanner.
    ..."{ .eve'ry gate. More people under the may give you a great deal of poetic sentiment will after awhile and frequently i
    groind: than on It. The graveyards inJriut but while poetry is perfume that then we will be together. Oh go over what a reunion reaches from $100 to $250. Tn cases A Twister. there were great tore*

    ;have majority. The six thousand.winters mells sweet, it makes 'a very poor salve. Do you believe that "Yes" where the parties are well up in social Rheumatism is a remorseless twister. It in my note, one ptac,

    f' Biz thousand made more scars than the. If you have a grave in your pathway, and you say. You do not! You do not believe circles lawyers frequently charge as twists the joints out of shape; it produces was eaten through! -
    .: summers can Cover some body comes and covers it all projections where there should be
    it believe other If
    as you things. much $500 for their services.
    'tip. Trouble ,has taken, the tender with flowers, it is a grave yet. Those did and with the as agar andvore than all, makes us writhe Two lottlei of Ely't
    heart of this world tt\its two rough hands, who have not had grief themselves know you same emphasis, "Commercial and railroad litigationpays and pain on couches that sleep
    why, it would take nine-tenths of Cream Balm did the ,
    and pinched it until the nations wall with not the mystery of a broken heart. They your best, doesn't it?" refuses to visit Conquer this truly demon- '
    trouble off heart. The fact is disease 'e"
    your acal its with
    in infancy
    : the agony. II fell the mounds of k 2Iy note and '
    not the
    grave- row meaning of "Yes nearly all large business wa
    childlessness Heaven to many of us is a great fog.; It Stomach Bitters, which also overcomes kidney .
    yards that have been lifted were put side and the having no one to put to bed at i houses make complaints head are well. C.3. u. r ;
    is away off somewhere, filled with an uncertain annual contracts for the nervousness, dyspepsia,
    ..1 .,..___,. .
    by 1& aad ,_
    < you might step on them, and night, or the standing In a room where chills and fever. < am
    and El
    indefinite Thatis
    I population. handling of their routine legal business McM&ensizrelJJ.M Cooking. Dainties and DeawnV
    nothing else
    all around the world .
    going book
    every picture and door is full -
    and the kind of Heaven that many of us of which have A pirtlcle is applied intcTeach nostril und la agrd.able. pen Luncheons and Keeef ;
    around again, and around again. of memorIes-the they necessarily a FriceEOrentaat all the little details _
    door-mat where she dream about but it is the most tremendous PUT: diamonds are so called because inig1it by mall. rerlttercd, pUcitly -
    These are the facts. And now I have to sat, the cup out of which she drank-the fact in all; the universe-this Heavenof good deal. Such a position is generally 10ple> get stuck on them so of tea.-San W cento. ELY BROIIIEK3.ft Wtrma St.,New.Yorlc. know. Tells how to enterufii fftl

    say that, in a world like this, the grand961 place where she stood at the door and the Gospel. Our departed friends are worth from $1,000 to $2,000 to a Fan c Examiner. ASSORTED LAMPS iN BARRELS I duke serve It.refreshments EverythingiMwaDdenf', what to ktiei

    }? occupation is that of giving condo- clapped her hands-the odd figures that not afloat. The residence in which legal firm, and if it has several clients cat and well tested by expert*, let
    lence. This holy science of imparting she scribbled, "blocks.she built into you Fair fashionables patronize that standard JUST THE GOODS FOH UKTALL TOADS t the recipes will be remarks npoa onmcts"
    a live is not so real as the residence in of.that kind you can see it pays quite beautifier Glenn's of aadilihinj
    comfort methods
    to the
    troubled we ought all of house. Ah, no, must have trouble Sulphur Soap. ; serrmg
    us to study. There are of who you which they stay. You are afloat; you do well. The tendency among businessmen UUl's Hair and Whisker Dye, SOc.TSB ,Ubfi*nianners no(
    I before
    many you you can comfort troublein t
    not know in the what will 4 P-nia
    morning hap- ChUdren'a
    a ..-. could look around upon some of your others. But come all ye who have pen before night. They are housed and is to compromise all suits, and the quick and the dead-the pitcher and :C.K1HS. Flower and Hottf* ? a H
    t very best friends who wish well and been bereft E"*!
    : you and ye who have been comforted safe forever. work of the attorney is generally the man out on third.-Burlington Free trated ardcies,edited by "
    ... are very intelligent, .and yet be able in POt with"Answers to Coimpo" 01 i
    your sorrows, and stand around along that line. All the railroads "
    ; "D urCHIN -
    o not therefore pity .
    ,:. truthfully to to them in of these afflicted your departedfriends : -WOLJS..DI Mother'* Corner-A ,oV4
    f say your days sag
    ; and to them "I
    _ say :
    a' trouble i had that who have died in Christ Theydo have their regular salaried attorneys West Army Officer "How GLASS AND QUEENSWARE. care of infants and young chiL&tftf 1en

    !,'. k .. Miserable comforters are ye all. forted me very, and sorrow He will myself.comfort God"com and not Deed any of your pity. You mightas and they pay them quite well. These are you, Hank? I hear you had a 1 of from subscribers emu?vis**]

    a v 1 remark, in the first place, that very that Will go right to the spot you In, other well send a letter of condolence to however, are the plums of the legal wedding at your house the othernight" 5-TON t writers.managemect.Illnstrated Ongbsl trades sitUj tad

    : Yoluble people are incompetent for the words, to comfort others we must have Queen Victoria on her. obscurity, or to profession and they fall only to the Hank-promineat citizen on Home-made Toy*. Aawsemesl
    I 4. work of giving comfort. Bildad and the Rothschilds on their poverty, as to IChOdrea. IHnstrated. KfadirB
    Eliphaz had the gift of language, and faith in God, practical experience and pity those who have won the palm. Do favored few."Indianapolis Journal. the divide-"Yes; my gal got married : WAGON SCALES, lastratedrtcl s by Am*W.COTTON .
    . good, sound common sense. -" S to Razor Officer Ins Imra,BlMJ teuton, CURTISPUBLIS/IINO CO..
    not of those who "Poor -"Very quiet .
    with their words almost bothered Job's say are departed: FITTING Bi" tut B.'ui sad Bow
    I i''; life out Alas for these voluble people But there are three or four considera- child!I" "Poor father! "Poor mother! A WOMAN.A wedding, wan't it?" Hank-oWel. 1s
    tions that I will- ----J--- $60:
    that go among the houses of the afflicted bring this morning to They are not poor. You are poor-you Glimpse In the Trylng-On Room of a 1 should bile over! see, # '

    I and talk and. talk, and talk, and talk; I those and that who are sorrowful and distressed, whose homes have been sh3.ttered-not Fashionable Ladles' Tailor. lot so drunk by seven o'clock we had ______"____.____.__'_ u4 JO JIB..a the t1 h4br. PRE

    I They rehearse their own sorrows and knowing that we can always bring to them, they. You do not dwell much with your -"It is a good deal more difficult to to pile him in the corner, and later I IiJtHAMTONiUi5UA3TUJIJI.AM2 _. .

    _ then:they tell the poor sufferers that they the first consideration they.will effect is that a God cure. And families in this world. Allday long you fit a lady than you would imagine" i the evenin up, when the other fellows -lUll f AM*nmj urn TOT ,
    I feel badly now but they will feel are off to business. Will it not be pleas- -
    worse our trouble in love. I often hear said a fashionable ladies' tailor the got to shootin', they was so rattled Plantation
    'after awhile. peoplein ant when can be together all the Jl..L.ac
    Silence! you
    -J Do
    _ you expect, their troubles say: "Why I wonder while If .other day. "You he continued 'cause Bill wasn't on hand that they UflOC AXLErCREASE CHICKA8AW IROrVpj
    with a thin courtpl aster of words, to heal'a"rOund'det'lp you have had four children and see didn't JOHN E,UAKULE*COL,JUOOIff
    but break
    what God has against me!I" They seem to one is and asks :"ladies a thing out UJU .
    as the soul Step very gone any body are very peculiar. I have been If IOC THIS run ? *
    think God has the and make the .
    w.inder-gla3s weddin'
    gently, around about a broken heart. some grudge against them how many children you have, do not be in the business for years and have had -

    _ I Talk very softly around those whom God because trouble and misfortune have so infidel as to say three. Say four-one dealings with kind of expensive. -Washington Critic. Never GOBI,Nerer Freeze* In Winterer Meltsln EDUCATION!!*
    has fbereft.' Then go your Deep come. Oh, no. Do you not remember in Heaven. Do you think that the graveis every women in -.. .- Bummer. Every bat Iuarantee. Sample oren

    J fmpathy has,not much to say.way. A firm that passage of Scripture, "Whom the un'riendly? You go into your room this country and in Europe. How are -Mr. Bullion-"What induced you. aolcltd. Write known us nd 5e11 cheaver male te .do

    ; grasp of.the: hand, a compassionate look, Lord loveth He chastenetb A child and dress for some grand entertain- ladies measured? Well first they takeoff Maria to tell Lord Bromleigh that Office.their common 39 River good. CLARK & WISE JUlMl CO.. SLCECELiliioffers
    juit one 'word that means as much as a hand comes in with a very bad splinter in its ment, and you come forth beautifully appareled their outer waist leaving their our peachblow vase cost ten stone MPAX m. Street l Cblca..

    whole ..dictionary,- and you have given, and you try to extract It. It is a ; and the grave is the only place neck and arms bare. Then the fitter What do you mean by ten stone?" I Ike iwntsf

    a needs.perhaps,A all man the has comfort a terrible that wound a soul in back very painful from you operation.but you persist.The child You draws are resurrection where we go, to and dress we for will the cone glorious out measures them from the collar to the Mrs. Bullion-"There you go. Al- $ SEN$2, $3, $' O$5 ,MaGcD"moral mentaDdpbIse&T ry heatltlUol advantage- InwrM Deefl*

    %. his arm.I'The.surgeon comes and binds going to take that splinter out so you radiant radiant mortality having become waist in the back; the width of the ways finding fault with me. You told C ] I I For Box, by ] prea. ihaded pleasure month. SaIbsib
    I it up. take the child with a gentle but firm immortality. Oh, how much condolence back is taken at its widest and narrowest me to drop my Americanisms when Lord I of our Strictly Pare CUtrr Waters g1l us inodsI ai 1*"

    .'NoWjHliesays, "carry that,arm in a grasp; for although there may be pain in thero is in this thought! I expect parts, the front from the base of Bromleigh dined here and I did. You ,LT CANDIES.AND CARirtTLLTPCTCP. ELEOANT- buldllelu",ataIofus sadSITPEKIOREM. T

    sling, and be very careful of it. Let no it love, the that splinter dictates must come out. And it is to see my kindred in Heaven; I expect the throat to the waist, next from the also told me that a stone was equal to CAN'lY ,Addrei. .8t c.
    I .. one tjbuch it and makes you to '
    persist them
    it. MEMPHIS.
    see as certainly as I -
    under arm to the waist and then fourteen I ,
    the and
    friends am sure
    But the neighbors have heard of the accident really think that: all go home to-day. Ave, I shall more I poud vase ,. SDUlhR
    i our sorrows in this world are only the size of the throat is taken. After that cost then Mrs. Bullion !
    th* I t10. Ad
    and certainly see
    they come in, and they say: m. Eight or ten will ] I
    "Let us see it." And the bandage is hand of our Father extracting some come up from the graveyard back of we take the measurement of the bust, burst trs over the unreasonableness I .l.r hi ur>rsFSlilXG, EEY.A..S.ANDRZWDD.LLJ

    I pulled off, and this one and that one must thorn. If all these sorrows were sent by Somerville, and one will coma up from waist and hips. That done, the inside of mankind i general and 'TA.KLp' 'AND 8 8POHT8 An.In.UttloD healthful.of highest md XnroOBM* Mongh.

    4I feel it, and see how much it is swollen; enemies I: would say, arm yourselves the mountains back of Amoy, China and length of the sleeve is taken, and the Mr. Bullion particular.Harper's '.,.- 1J lalattnton 8t1PJE annual expense need not exeat*

    1 and there it irritation, and inflammation, when against a tiger them comes; and down as in from tropical the climes another will coma uo from the sea off circumference of the biceps. The Bazar. i \ "," jgfren MANACBING" lorne oexjt ,session address openn j'.M.September rETEBETH ..
    i and mountains Hatteras and ''
    exasperationwhere there ought to be Cape ; thirty will come up p -a S f
    and carries off child from the village measure of the skirt is next taken, up, 419 I :Alain
    healing and cooling.. The surgeon comes from Greenwood; and I shall know How much St..3ME2VCPHIS, Tenn.
    in and says:,' the neighbors band together and go them bettor than I never knew down and around. Then we have three -" do you charge fort Mr 555 TWo PIZ$&mqr Da IM_ :

    _ "What does all this mean? You haven into the forest and hunt the monster, so I them here. And your friendstheymay fittings. First in the rough, second asked a solemn-looking old gen A VICTOR D.- FUCHS *
    I 'business to'touch would have you if I thought these mis- be across the but with with spectacles and a linen duster kff
    these bandages. sea, the more perfect linings, and lastly Charity from Nath Ky. BJ
    IJ That wound will never heal unless you battle fortunes were sent by enemies, go out and trumpet that. sounds here will sound L when every thing is completed. who had picked up a railway sand- DRAIN the &t te Bethlehem and If ov4 Ml

    let... it alone." against them. But no; they come there. You will come up on just the same "Who does wich. "Ten sir." "Is that 1 Of dept time of the wsfc
    So there souls broken down from a Father BO kind, so loving, so gentle day. Some morning have the fittingP""Men cent. apply.to the BUPJtrtIOJUa
    in .
    are sor- you overslept a.llP' A Yes, Well I'll takeit. aO8 Front .. MM
    that the prophet, speaking of His and women. Some ladles Tea
    'I row. What they most want is rest yourself and you open your and will Stet Mempbl.
    or eyes see ;
    .,_ .Very careful and gentle treatment but tenderness and mercy, drops the idea of that the sun is hi!eh in the heavens, and be fitted by none but men. They don't I's a remarkable specimen. Every BPC HES.A1.ul Gry AND TO COSSKJ f NELSON'SMEMPHIS. '
    Father ] PRODUC.
    _ the neighbors have heard of the bereavement a and says: you say: "I have overslpnt and I nv.ist seem to like women about them. Some point it as natural as life. I never I !

    or 01 the loss, ana they come in to As one whom his mother cornforteth, so will be up and off." So you will open your don't like the idea of wearing so few saw a more wonderful case of petrifau- EAGLE COTTON GINS"I TENN.

    sympathize, and they say: I comfort you. eyes on the morning of the resurrection clothes and tion anywhere."-Merchant Traveler.bR's Thecheapest the ".
    allowing to handle
    'Show us now the wound. What were Again, I remark, there is comfort in in the full blaze of God's light, and you them. is : r ARE THE BEST. W t regular students.TUSKALOOSA I
    his last words Rehearse the wholescene. will say: "I must ba up and Oh Fitting a rather embarrassing Gotten Presses '
    the thought that God, by all this away. and '
    process, Fedel
    How did you feel when you found is going to make you useful. Do you yes; you will come up, and there will bea thing at times, let me tell,you. Then COMPLETE Ooneue Sflg&Sjg

    you were an orphan know that those who accomplish the most reunion a reconstruction of your fami women's vanity keeps a great many C.O. r FR A Co.,595 .OUTFI' fct.,M>.ph!J,r. One of tha most prosperous
    Tearing off the bandages here, and pull for God and Heaven have all been under ly. I like what Haliburton! I think it was from allowing men to fit them, especially Pills SKIS.Institution Next lu tbe,.10.Soth S
    ing them off there leaving a ghastly the harrow Show -good old Mr. Halibnrton-said in his NEEDLES Torah Sewing Machine*. Catalogues,apply "ZSHWOOD
    me a man that has where the figure is not well I STAM>ARI>GOODS Only. t A
    "' wound that the balm of God's grace,had done any thing for Christ in this day, in last moments: "I thank God that I ever SHUTTLES The Trade
    a rounded.
    of the ladies { aappled
    already begun to heaL Oh,let no loquacious lived, and that I have a father in Heaven wear I Send for (. SI.1Y,8
    public or private place who has had prc
    : eOplewlthever-rattl1ngtongues: go trouble and whose path has been smooth.no and a mother in Heaven, and brothers skin-tight web undergarments, which ctri ; REPAIRS I(309LocnatatStXonUAlo imt.BLXLOCK M'Wo thoroughness of tntclD Hweommodata 4specialty.

    : into the homes of the distressed. Ah, no! in Heaven, and sisters in Heaven, show all the outlines and yet are not Malaria Dumb WKBirnoa TillS MTU**n HM/M nu*. Inc pUD. ]

    Again, :I remark that all those persons I once went through an axe factory, andI and I am going up to see them." immodest. Good fitters practically Chills, $100 to A MOTli moderate.borcatalogni.add's..l *

    : are incompetent to give any kind of comM saw them take the bars of I remark once more: Oar troubles in command their Fever $30n for eil 1..oN
    iron and own prices. They and Ague Wind can their u Agent preer. LI RCDT.metlc. BOOk keeping.ft .
    < fort who act mei ely as worldly philoso thrust this world are preparative for glory. t own 10n8 id flM **
    them into the terrible furnaces. work the & < te C 8horth ad. ta.tl
    only during bae Spar
    "1. phers. They come in and say: Then besweated workmen with What a transition it was for Paulfromthe seasons, whichare Colic p101e" few moment ma7 b prGtly) e br mal.Circulars free.MttUri CM
    ."Why this is what you ought to have stirred the blaze. Then they brought long tongs outa slippery deck of a foundering ship! to very short here, and they make :iou Atack.T D.JOI"SON A CO.TaaocH lOl J.I StC tw aD ctU-*.

    expected. -The laws of nature must have bar of iron and put it into a crushing the calm presence of Jesus! What a $4,000 to $5,000 a year. They are 114 IB PAflS.,7OWICIIT'S JM. U gins COLLGEofL1. .
    their way;" and then they transition it was for Latimer-from the born fitters .,B r.r grip or with
    get eloquent machine, and then they put it between just as men are born poets daily bnslne Am
    I! over:something they have seen in the jaws that bit it in twain. Then they stake to the throne I What a transition and orators. they should be in erery a family lelelae

    post-mortem examination. Now away put it on an anvil and there were great it was for Robert Hall-from insanity to "How do you make up' a poor -SOLD EVERYWHERE.
    with All human glory! What transition
    at a it
    philosophy such a time! hammers swung by machinery, each one was for figure?"
    : What difference does it make to that half ton in weight, that went thump! Richard Baxter-from the dropsy to the
    father and mother what disease their son thump I thump I If that iron could have "saint's everlasting rest!" And what a "That's an art. For instance a YOUR

    died of? He is dead, and makes no dif spoken it would have said: transition it will be for yon-*rom a worldof lady will come who is as. thin as a PURIFY

    ? --. ference whether the trouble was in the "Why all this beating Why must I be sorrow to a world of joy I John Holland rail with no bust, no arms, no shoulder -

    epigastric or hypogastnc region. If the pounded any mire than any other iron?" when he was dyinsr said!: We have to use cotton waddingto TO MAKE

    philosopher be of the stoical school he The workmen would have said: "What means thi'l.brightness In the support her,deficiencies. That's A
    will come and say: "We want room? Have you lighted the candles DELIC BIS
    to make
    'You ought to control your feelings. keen, sharp axes-axes axes with which out of to you hew "'No." they replied, "we have not lighted where a good fitter comes in. :A bun- But do not use lie dangerous Alkali and ,

    You must not 'cry so. You must cultivate down the forest, and build the ship and any randies." Then said he:' gler would -make her look lumpy, but Mercurial preparations which destroy your .ASK. YO1 UR GROCERCOW ,

    a cooler temperament. You must erect houses, and carry on a thousand "Welcome Heaven'the light already an artist.in his line turns her out a IOU system and ruin the digestive power -

    have self-reliance, self-government, self- enterprises of civilization. That's the beaming upon his pillow. 0..8 who are :modeL Then suppose a big fleshy o t. ItO"I'. Tha Vegetable King _AN DWIGHT'S "I

    :; : control"an iceberg reproving a hyacinth reason we pound you." persecuted in this world, }your enemies :lady, -comes along. She has an immense dom us the best a sfet BRAd.

    : I for:having a drop of dew In its eye. A Now, God puts a soul into the furnaceof will get off the track after awhile and all expanse 'of breast. Of agencies. Or.Sherman remeia! .TAJDS no
    :" violinist has his Instrument will speak well of you the throneS' course
    'and he trial, and then it is brought out and part hIsIitetotbsdIscoyeyothjs relia ,
    f. 0 -
    : ; : weeps his fingers acro8s'tho strings, run through the crushing machine and Ho! ye who are sick now no medicines to that must be broken. We usually ble safe and :

    < : '&nr ,evoking strains of, joy and now then it comes down upon the anvil,, and take there. Oae breath of .the eternal ,break: the bodice into four lines by a & aUllrnirient.

    w ',!; .strains of sadneis. _lIe can not play all 1 upon it blow after.blow, blow after blow hills will thrill you with immortal vigor.: rever of same cloth. Your eye can a.ll. ."I tte ne

    .i) U5 MOCK on one string, me unman SOW and the,soul cries out: And ye who are lonesome!now, there will only travel from one 'line to the .Prickly Ash Bitters !

    a ,. 4r kn itt trnment of a thousand strings, "0- Lord, what does all this" mean?" be a thousand,spirits to welcome yon" tutor other and before it has passed aroundall = = ..
    E'uia and/alTieorUot emotions companionship. 0 ye bereft soulvl
    ;) \. .play on It-now en anthem,were now made a dirge.to God"I want says: to make there will be, no 'grave-digger's. _'SPIdithat of them the mind forgets to notice a name every one can remember, and to the

    yq .ki .\ It is no evidence of weakness when one f You something shall Ue very ue- will cleave the slde rthat hilK and. the exp .nse..-. A perfectly plain bodice present day nothing has been discovered that PATENTs& !4J t5

    .'-. .is overcome of sorrow. something; there will be no dirge. \iliagAltA: that is very trying except: to perfect la so beneficial for:the Blood.for the Lher 3z1wsiu&aZflx1ss
    .i *Edmund Burke was found in the n'-- e' .a jnething \buld with. temple. The river of God;:deeps'th, figure. In that event for the Kidneys and for the Stomach. Thiithat I ea'renc nook PATENP'LAW T55?AIa. ?
    of it nf
    Iwe course
    : -: Jtold with Us%rms around a nors. ghwhlchG; joy of.Heaven, will-roll onjwtween Banks: only'Bets' it off. It'is remedy Is now sowell and favorablykno AT LAW. ...ITGEKL. IBB nM L&&ta..dNekeu'J
    odorous with balm cd Vight not ften thatI by aft who have IS11' ee Isgeke I.a.SUL .
    1 over depths used It rvAia nu MMB W4saCOT. D.. .a
    :: : ; ; want with jewe1sandun.JereIes: wjseaU*.withgladness : advise' plain fronts, so few- can to its merits is useless and if argument as .., C T WLM.sAa s v&ria
    of Not stand them."; N. others who
    argosiei'of light'go jlown -. 1'. Letter.
    a corrtctire to ,.
    ; we have the system would in ObloCbea
    the stream to the. stroke" of glItte4ig oar but ] ..iIaaai
    UV4; ores with and the at ig"of angels t"Not o *. 19h JIi '-" Tell, my' little boy," he said to try would giv.it.be trial the Health ci this coun- AGSu11gbt i oid.IL lint b a w am

    L .... '-ib the ot cinetr. -;.zningl ... with th his' *D.. hbo -'I son, "so you've got back the seas-PRICKLY vastly improved. Remember : ; ,
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