Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
October 26, 1888
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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>.
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riot.iMoeBttaUnefor. . I DR. JAMES CIIACE, And strive to living be cheerful we take and up braye.our cross, "I can not accept Mr. Squires; I do Bamlnlseroee Days that* of Ar*th.Con Steam-Boating Forever. Row an traordinary Army of Ants forge Disposed Centipede.of an Ex Prompter (to boy)-"Tell Mr.*

When hopes fondly cherished not love him." The destruction of the We Ham that his cue will be given soon .
Hare faded splendid were'tranling in that land of
J$ 3251 40)I SURGEON :DENTIST, And buried our heart in perished a grave. "The love part of the business can river steamer Edward J. Gar br flre teeming" prodigious life Central America j t for the death scene; is. he ready?" 4'

Tel 70A so 0OI2200 45')' 1 For still there are duties for us to perform be dispensed with. Clarissa. Papa could furnish to the historian Of steam. and were camped in a glade bordering Boy-"Yes, Mr; he's just got throuih
12 00 114 ut4 a O( 1 00ijO1500I20(0 A chance for more eatin1 N. Jl Bun.
o LATE OF CEDAR KEYs. generous giving says you must him." a watermelon. -
$0flIZ0X gJ(1 To those who are left. marry boating on the Western, waters a a. grand old virgin forest, so

the nn t aid fire cents Ofloe at residence, east of Kentucky HOBMJ. And when death has bereft "My uncle dare not force me into mournful episode to close
.sc ,bssqueIt lniertjoa.ecW More closely we cling to the living such a marriage! Clarissa was stand- a most brilliant and remarkable. periodin colors of vegetable life that we would The maiden drooped her modest head

vase for time adrrrtlsemenU upon We may feel that there's nothing remains to be Ing now, her graceful figure drawnto navigation. Th"erajtf.steam-boat haTe lingered long in this spot to admire And whispered "1Je$your We rSomtf"f1ilk -

,at the office. 0. HAYNES done its full height. "But I will be a ing on the Missis was>-m. but that we' *ere driven by a Journal.
That all need for exertion Is o'er. burden to him no longer. You Office Boy (to Editor)-"There's a
bracod in
., ItATES.I When remember threcKquarii of a. B tuiry; sudden shower to take shelter in a deserted -
.CBIPTIOlf our hands are unclaspedFrom
$ :I:) E'1V r.X: S-r, the dear ones' they grasped. when George Harvey was here In that time the slow-going, illjpon- shed or house, left probably by female book-agent outside, sir an' a .

-........."""*.. .flOO For whom they can labor no more; last winter he said my voice would structed craft modeled upon the plan _some planter who had migrated to another red-eyed man what wants to whip da
60 But He who sustains in trials like command editor." Editor '.Well show the
us these a good position time. of the ,
ancient Ohio river
any arks developed unusual
;;'must; spot-a not case.
&*ertptions be paid variably Office aver Jones' Brick Bluc:. New strength and fresh energy giving,
He is
acquainted with all the man what wants to whip the editor
No discrimination In favor of any Provides a swift cure musical into the magnificent and majestic There we sat, for want of something
-' And our Ills we endure leaders in town and I know he will be floating palaces of which the Gay was better to do, commenting and surmising 1I1-"-Life. t _

1 hvJnawnicatlons upon all mutters of local. OEO. BAISDEN, With patience, for love of the living. only too glad to do some thing for my one of the lust representatives. when suddenly attention Wa "What a remarkable activity In .. -

i elicited from all jam of the county.SOCIETIES. Though deeply oua hearts are. attached to the father's daughter." Life on board those splendid and caught by some livmg jour thing as it appeared leather," said a young market reporter '

Painter and Paper Hanger dead "What nonsense! Papa would lock elaborately-furnished steamers was, in to uu, issuing from a hole in when the girl's father helped
SECRET And the past that is always so sweet; in If.- him down the front
Though the scenes of delight you your room -he thought you the days before railways gridironedthe the ground close up under the wall, steps.MuchantTra1eler. :

..!* J4Z. No. 42, F. and A. M. STARKE, FLA. So sacred and bright, contemplated such a step. Now continent the realization of Oriental midway between a crack in the wall

Bel communications third Eatmds/tn Can never their beauty repeat. Clarissa, the whole trouble is, you luxury. Nobody was in hurry, and the right-hand corner. In another -Lovers traveling on the railroad

:J taooth L. W. KICKLITEU W. M. ALL WORK GITAUANTEED. Some By comforts pleasures and in life kindnesses we can find giving to enjoy have taken a fancy to that poor artist, and the lordly planters and wealthy minute it had beat upward and was never consider a tunnel a great bore,

J.z. WjIDIGBT. Secretary. For'tll true as we know, Rutherford, and, take my word for it, merchants who traveled with aking} the direction up the wall. Out however much it may be one-unless -
1Ja7 That our love we may show he cares nothing for And if he their families the conductor lights' the lamps just
...... No. 10, I. O. O. l.. HUGO & WILLS, you. on these great ships it came longer and longer. We thoughtIt
To the dead
by our care of the living. did what would it amount to? He which navigated the mighty Father of would Was before entering it.-Drake's Magazines
I Frldsy night at Odd Felu.wsTrsjufcnt Jotepliine PoUard, in N. :T. Ledger.KEWAKDED. never stop unfolding. '
Meets every brothers cordially Invited toD4. Attorneys at Law ...- will be too poor to marry for the next Waters contrasted with the rude and a snake. Every one started at the bare: -Tommy-"Ma, what are the tides P I

aIL L.C. BtLL Noble Grand. V ten years unless he gets a rich wife." uncouth wilderness upon its banks thought Do they grow like strawberries'C

J. C. WILLS,Vice Grand. "Lu ette, I have never done anything and with the negro slaves who also We watched it at a respectful dis :Mother-"What nonsense! Of course

f,J.Tout Secretary. box 41. STARKE, FLA. my conscience didn't approve of, made up a large proportion of the car- tance. No it was a huge centipede, the tides do not grow like strawber-
Will practice in all the Courts in the Fourth Happy Result of Following I can it now." goes of these floating palaces assistedto inches The whole ries." "Well, what does the minister. ':
fully eighteen I Order of Bed Men.SCEOLA and Fifth Judicial Circuits.ROBERT Dictates of Conscience."Mr. long.
"And verily, you shall receive your form a strange and remarkable mean, then, when he talks about
their feet to
No., L. FLOniDA.-Counc.- party instantly on .
j kindled TBIBE each Wednesday's Sleep at theiilifwsm reward." And Lucette laughed de panorama of life in the heart of the give it chase and knock it over, when stemming the tide?"-Tetas Si/lings. \ J

,flsrke.! Fla.sni.ent KEITH, Rutherford, the face of the risively. new world. some one uttered a note of surprise, -Little Chicago Boy-"Kin ye helpa
brothers cordially Inrlted to *frj. heroine in your picture is my cousin "You may laugh, Lucette, but I be- There were hundreds of these great and invited us to stop and examine Its poor harmless boy?" Kind Citizen"I

J. N. JONES Sachem e Clarissa's." lieve those who persist in followingthe vessels all vying with one another to mode of I should explair reckon so. Are you an orphan -
PA* MILLOK-, Cblef of lecorda.b Attorney at Law "Yes, Miss Hey wood; I took the unpardonable dictates of their conscience are always present the most attractive features ol that the progress.natural gait of this reptile Sonny Boy-'Tm wuSa nor an or-

Sons or Temperance. liberty of placing Miss Ire- rewarded." comfort and luxury. On one of these when in movement In serpentine; it* I phan. Me fadder an' mudder is both

'its.every Monday night In TemperanceWM. ton on canvas in the guise of my favor- That night Lucette moved among her boats might be found assembled, but multitudinous legs rising and falling it diworced an' married agin, an' I don't.

MEACIIAM. W, P. STARKE, FLA. ite, Scottish Mary. I couldn't help it. guests with a bitter disappointment not always associated the most distinguished quick (succession, like a series of small] know whose boy I am and am slowly

AL.r JJU.OY r. Scribe. We painters are queer mortals, you awing at her heart. She had received and celebrated men, the waves, very pretty too look at when fergittin' me own name.-Epoch. >

Otospel Temperance fleeting L. B.; RHODES, know. Once in a lifetime we come a note from Mr. Rutherford regretting most beautiful and accomplishedwomen near. This creature did not seem tc -She-"No, :Mr. De Dood I cannot .

nr;Sunday at Z p.m., at,TemperanceKCUUKCII across a face, idealize it, and forever his inability to attendas busi- the most daring pioneers, tho use its legs at all, but slid up the wall be your wife but I will be.. a sister, &-
J< ness called him away without delay."I most desparate adventurers with Mr. De Dood Aw thanks. U
more it is the basis of all our productions a I as if pulled by some inj pjble string. you. WBr
Attorney at LawLAKE ," and Hugh Rutherford gazed wonder if what I told him about due sprinkling of commonplace per Every one exclaimed with surprise, Soglad, don't you know. You-are the' ... :

DIRECTORY.BTAKDABD with something more than a painter's Clarissa had any thing to do with his sons. Sometimes scenes of delightful but on closer inspection the riddle was forty-seventh sister, and the season :.:

t. TUCK. admiration on the face of his Scottish going. I am glad she has the sulks festivity, desperate gambling, wild solved. isn't half over. And Chollie Slim has

BUTLER, FLA Mary. bo-night If she were here she would origies of debauch and bloody crimemight The centipede was dead but waar- only got eighteen, don't you know.

Baptist Church. Two red spots burned on LucettoHeywood's surely notice my disappointment. She have taken place on one of these Impelled the walt: not by a string, "Haw"; haw. Good morning.JVashinglon -
_I at 10:30: a m. and at 7 p.m. I keeps her room to 'Squires. Bat boats. furnish Critic.
escape material for
A. L. SCOrrrll1.D.\ cheeks. and her paleblueeyes They the but by the serried ranks of thousandsof .
.. r meeting.every O. PATTEKSON Wednesday, I p.mW. snapped fire as she gazed at the it won't do; papa will break her obstinate most startling dramas and the most little black ants fringia the sides, .igUIad my picture taken ': ,.._,':. .

unday- School meets every Sunday morn LATE roOK MICHIGAN. handsome artist. will yet." And with this gorgeous romance. which they shoved up by slanl yj'their BajyTIttlQChriaie. "I_ '

|at 10:20. It. N: HAMEBICK. Supt. 1 "Birds of a feather flock together. I thought Lucette consoled herself. But the era of the rail and the wire bodies ourselves shoul er arms and "leanedn a chair aid. the .

\B.If ORQAir, EecretalT.a Rni:L ''n rA hyLin:i= i n urg D am positive now that this poor artist "Halloo, Rutherford, old boy! Where dawned and the whole world became the circumstances as we ; also at the he; picturemanput .mybead. in* some.

have you kept yourself for the last plunged into vortex of The youmusThave looked
Presbyterian Chul eh.mce.nerj and my penniless cousin love each a hurry. which they were pulling, and at i,1.1Why.

Sunday 10:30 a.m. TERMS REASONABLE. other. And I, the heiress of Hey wood, centuryP" great river steamers began to declinein the tail, which they were pushing.And like a lump of sugar in sugar-tongs" .

!L B. MATTICE. Pastor Office at Gaskins' Drug Store. have patronized-lionized him in "Ah George" my friend! I'm gladto favor. They became fewer year by all this with a unanimityof laughed papa. "Why so I must:

knday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. vain," were the thoughts that passed see you. And Hugh Rutherfordand year while the river craft developed i aim and action and an intel- have," said Christine delightedly

L.C.HULL,8upt.Methodist rapidly through Miss Heywood's mind. George Harvey stood on the com- into the most advantageous forms of i ligence of the work they had undertaken "cause the man kept saying 'What'a
TATE POWELL M.D. mon and had a hearty shake hands- freight carriers swift and powerful little !'" Records
And Lucette Heywood was right. and all in' such perfect and sweet girl Religious
Church. Hugh Rutherford came to spend a "You are not looking well, Hugh. tugs and low-iyingbarges. To-day at beautiful order, that it won the ad- -A hen in Canada scratched up,
ts every Sabbath at 10:301a.m. and After an experience of twenty years in the Working hard, I suppose? Well, fort
couple of months among the New the wharves of New Orleans, where miration of our whole party. No set $400 in old coins a few days ago and
| p.m. Sunday School every Sunday at practice of his prites lon, has no hesitancyn e life of me, I can not tell why a man
J._Charlie Hicbard. Superintendent promi-lng the latest and niot scientific Hampshire hills. A poor artist every I forty years ago there might have been of human beings could do it better. about the some time an Ohio hen was

meeting every Tuesday nnd Uhutsday treatment to tbo:
130".m. 1. W. DARLEY. Pastor. Calls to the country promptly attended to let every body think so, but the I like"work. I hope Mrs. Har- great boats, gleaming white as colossal the hut. On went the procession, swift somewhere in her wanderings and :
is ?
Diseases of females and children a specialty. aristocratic Heywoods took a notion to vey well swans on the turbid rivjfcr, balconied, and smooth without a break or swallowed a quantity of gold dust.
Office nt City Drug Store, or at his residence "Quite well. Come up and dine withus pause
Christian Cbnrcb. East Starke. patronize him-they took him up, and this latticed, and pinnacled like an Eastern till they came to the crack in the wall. These facts indicate that a new careerof

Acts 8-263-l Petei4:1&, the artist found himself the lion of the evening. We have a charming palace with a score of gay flags fluttering T&e break here measured a full inch usefulness and honorable distinction :;:&, .
i rices each Lords day at 10:30() anLsrd'i addition to our family circle;-a young in the breeze and tall black is opening before the .
place. in width could it up
; they not bridge over. ..
I emootingeach day at 0:30 p.m.Wednesday F. J. FIELD, Miss Lucette Heywood: was the most lady whose face would make one of towers belching inky smoke arid vexing They halted and I, moved by the most barnyard fowL Long may she ; -
p.m your pictures famous, and whose voice .
1,- patronizing of this aristocratic the blue sky with their murky. intense mounted stool -Chicago Tribune. .
Q very curiosity to .
P. YOUNG, Pastor. n "
ndIy School each Lords day at 11:30 LIL ri ik k Mia'I : 'Work si FluteSTARKE : family, and she did all in her power to equals opera-house.the best" you have heard at the vapors, there are now seldom more watch. It was then I discovered thaton -S.-- ,- --*- ," ..

W. II. TAYLOR Superintendent.OFFICIAL show the artist how very condescending "I than two or three. In a short time the back of the dead reptile were THE SOLE SURVIVOR.
know just such a lady, and I never .
truth of the there will be for they no longer -
she could be. The none stationed some half-dozen loose ants, 4
FLA. wish to know another one. He Makes a Bold Statement mad Bolus
( : DIUECTOilY. Lucette in love with seem to have a mission in the commerce V
matter was was "Rutherford that sounds like running hither and thither, in a state Eli Bright Prospeet jf
a man
ALL WOUK GUARANTEED Box it. the handsome artist, and she was determined disappointed in love" laughed George of the West.-ty.: .O..Ficaune.S of greatest agitation and excitement, There might have been fifty of us in., (

UI, Offlcera. her cousin shouldn't have Harvey. "This young lady was obliged. BIG COBBLING SHOP. looking down on the workers on this the waiting-room at the Erie railway .- .

Jor-I.Wltkovskl. to leave her relations because they side and then on the opposite side- depot at Buffalo when a young man, -
flennen-J. C. Pkihard. J. >f. Truby, TateII PEEK & FRAZEE him."Dear Clarissa said Lucette Where Forty Thousand Bostonians Hare
,G.P. Young 6. F. Gardiner. sigh- wished to force her into a marriagevery Their Foot-Gear Repaired. then along the body to the head-back dressed as a sailor and having a( 4

k-1.. U Webb. irig softly "I shall miss her very distasteful to her. She came here again to the tail aqd so on; while one serious Cast of countenance, entered
Such a thing as a cobbler is scarcelyto
ul'6r-F. R. Mor/an. Attorneys at Law and Notaries much when she goes away." thinking to earn her living by singing be found in Boston. Outside of little fellow, not whit different from and began solicit aimsofhavlngbeenwreckedand

hsl-E. D. Wall. I "Is Miss Ireton going away?" and but my wife and I wouldn't hear of the rest,* kept stationary on the ex- losing his) -
the shoe the business of mend
r-T. W. Sweat. BTAllLE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. the artist looked up quickly. such a thing. No, Indeed When her ing worn shops foot coverings is almost tremest point of the head. He was ajl. Indeed, he came near losing hut : '

County Offlc ra.ntty Abstract of Title.and Real Estate Law a.ptcialty. "Oh, yes; after her marriage with father was living he was a very good monopolized by a single establishment evidently the captain and commander- life, being the sole survivor of a crew, '

Jodge-J.K. Elcban. Mr. Squires she goes to Europe.' triend to me." which little basementup in-chief, and though not differing from of eight men. Quarters and halves W '
occupies a dingy
tot CircuitCourt-H.F. Vork Abstracts famished showing every Deed The painter dropped his brush; That evening Mr. Rutherford presented the others in form and color, as far as were chipped in with bountiful hand,
Mortgage, Lien Tax Sale Judgment At- an alley off Washington street.
tt-lL W. Epperson tachment and eli matters of public record Lucette, his picture, and every thingin himself at the Harvey mansion To this than we could see yet no doubt was electedto but before I chipped I felt it my duty :
place more 40,000 people
c AI* or-N.C. WalnrUhU and file affecting Titles of Real Estate in the room danced around him in a and was shown into the parlor, wherea the position from his superior intel- inquire: \
COiie'te'r-Y. M. Hale. Bradford county, Florida, up to date of bring their boots etc., regularly for this?'* x-
"What wreck -
.rlDteorJent of Schools-R. T. DowUnr.TJnty abstract. ring. young lady sat by the window read- repairs. The work is done comparatively ligence.
SlfVe1or-Johr P. Pratt, C. h. For the last two months he had been The rent here was so wide, so impossible "Schooner Blazing Star, sir," he no.4|
and with
ing.She cheaply a thoroughness
ntllC Commissioners Wluonki, G.W. living like a man in a beautiful dream looked up as he enteredand witha to get over, that Ifully expected plied. .....
K. J,}t.H. Leaseey: ,John S. Andrews and HKADQUARTEBS roB and this terriblo awakening was too glad cry came forward to meet him. unknown to the odd-jobber who they would have to give up "That just like some folks!! exclaimed .
\ Emit!.. as a rule is a more or less dissipated
P.R.E ::csrSun.&J.VOD. much for him. Hugh Rutherford stood still over- incapable ot earning his livingat their booty and let it fall to the a very pompous little maa1with
State Officers.aor the He caught sight of Lucette's pale whelmed with surprise.It ground. But not a hair's-breadth did a very high collar on. They
Representing Liverpool and London the legitimate business. A six
-B. A.Perry, Pensacola. and Globe Company. blue eyes bent on him pityingly. Therewas was Clarissa Ireton's history he they budge-the stout-hearted little :3an't part with a nickle without wanting
ut-Goveraor-M.. Mabry, Lecsbur -1 something in her glance that stung had heard to-day and he thought her horse-power engine supplies creatures held on as immovable as a to know all about it." .
malT of State-John U Crawford force to a dozen complicated machines, "
IfosJriUe. him to the quick, and he recovered his married to old Squires. post; this for some fraction of a "When did the wreck occur?'* I
L. C. HULL at which as many men are incessantly
rGeaeral-C.. "Are not to old minute. Then at sign of asked of the sailor.
P. Cooper St. Augns- composure instantly. you glad see an engaged. Every thing is done on the some command -
"Strange, I never heard any thing of friend, Mr. Rutherford?" Two invisible and uninteligible to us, "Ten days ago." .
division of labor principle. men
urer-E.: S. Call Palatka.ombs Contractor and Builder the approaching marriage," said the "I can not tell you how glad, Cla the whole procession moved backwardthat "It makes a heap of difference
but half-soles
oner of Lands-C. L. )Mitchell Ft.Ptroller do nothing sew on ,
artist quietly. "I say strange becauseI rissa," and Hugh stepped forward and or "taps," as they are called. ( is, downward) for about the whether it occurred ten or eleven or

General-W. D. Barnes. STARKE::::, FLA. I thought in a small place like this clasped both her hands in his. 1 One man does the heeling, space of an inch. Then came another nine days ago r sneered pomposity as- ',

u'aGeQ'aDavieS Long,Cedar Keyi. I affairs of that kind were freely dis A few months after there was a wedding halt, and then again the whole body he walked arotrQdv : .-
Nrlntondant of Plant and epeclflcatlous furnished on short another prepares the shoes for
Public tructlon-AV cussed." at the Harvey mansion. recommenced their march upward; "On what lake"?" I continued.
|KusseU, Jacksonville.fnlled notice. Carpenter work solicited and half-soles and heels, and so on
promptly attended to. "SO they are, Mr. Rutherford; but The Heywood family were invited through the various rehabil'itory proc- only this time it took a sloping line, "Lake-Lake Erie, sir." ..

Sutra Officers.iter Hand-made briok for sale either at the kill you know Mr. Squires is quite an old but did not attend. esses. The patches,though less profit- parallel with the crack in the wall. evIdently "Don't you want to know the exact -
-a. C. N delivered at the depot. Lucette Heywood could tell false- at the where the foot?" sneered .
Tucker Gainesville gentleman, and when May and December able, require the most science and for aiming place spot to a pomposj
ivnr-z..T. Crawford Gainesville. --- marry people-well.we thoughtit hoods, but she couldn't stand by and the rent dwindled away to nothing. And raising his voice so as to get a owd-
this reason are applied by proprie.
ror-General-W. B. Bloxham. TallaSENATORS. J J. W HICKS best for Clarissa's sake, to keep it a see Clarrissa receive her reward.N. .- tor of the concern himself. The number they reached it, too. They crossed it; around. -

: secret. You are the first I have 1'. News. of patches put on every year is they came to the top, and we saw the "Where was your schoonert>oundra ?3?

.. Fsanei Pasco Montlcello. mentioned it to outside our own fam- How the Arabs- Retreat. enormous, and for this purpose scraps body of the dead centipede bendingover "From-from Cleveland to-to Pittsburgh : .
Vrukloson Call Jacksonville.HEPRlRlHTATIVrS. ily." in the highest point of the wall, as it ," answered tho..sailor as he *
left out cutting are boughtin
: CITY BARBERAND Mr. Rutherford bowed in acknowledgment When an Arab tribe is pursued by an quantities from uppers the manufacturers. gradually disappeired under the raft- shifted about. j
1.Dlstriet-Hon. R. H. M. Davidson, of the compliment."You enemy they sleep and take their food ers which supported the roof. "Are you surer' t

' wd District-Hon. Charles Dougherty' will not fail us this evening without halting. That they may not It is frequently asked: "What becomes The whole scene was an impressivo I "Of course I am." -

t ,e. Mr. Rutherford said Lucette mov- fall from their camels when sleeping of all the old shoes?" They fall one, for the movement showed not i "Hear him!" shouted pomposity! -

ing toward the door. they stretch themselves out at length eventually into the hands of the rag- only a skillful combination of forces- "In order to save a quarter he wants '

Hair "Thank you Miss Heywood I will placing their feet in a bag on each side pickers and scavengers. Most of them of rare generalship on the part of the to make out that the poor man is -a .
; 'ATENTS.H. Dresser.
of the animal's neck. Their food is "
put in an appearance, if possible" and are good for nothing but fuel. Some commander worthy of a human hero- liar! .-

OPEN AT ALL TIMES. the artist held open the door for Lu- prepared by the women. One mountedon few, however are available in one wayor but an obedienc/ on the part of the The sailor slid- out without waiting;

cette, who left the cottage, fully satisfied a camel loaded with wheat con another. The old uppers may be workers that m.ght rival the: best- for any more contributions, and 1

Shop on Call St., just East of Railroad with her morning's work. tinues grinding with a hand-mill, and cut up for patches. The best go to drilled army in tLo world; and we can asked pomposity to step aside with me.>

H. HOUGH Hugh Rutherford returned to his un- passes the meal to anotherwho is pro- the second-hand dealers who pay as not but recognize in those small creatures "Why, of course," he replied{ '. .. '
hand full .
Will constantly keep on a vided with leather bottles containing amount of intelligence which !though a man who wont chip in'tof ,
finished and it cents an
line of the following goods for sale : picture, lifting from high as twenty-five a pair occa
' Dandruff Cure to c.eanse the hair. the easel, he set it with its face to the water suspended on each side of her sionally. These are put through a may rank on a par with many nations charity is always an object of susp1don. --
SOLICITOR OPt camel; she, having prepared the paste, termed"translatlon"that and people which we call human.- ."
Cream of Roses for the face to remove wall saying: process which is technically .
sunburn tan, freckles and smoothe the "May God forgive you, Clarissa passes it to a third who completes the is to say they are Golden Days. "Where did he say the schooner -.
skin. A full line of Razors and Hones operation by baking the bread in thin ...a- was bound?" querried as we walked
rim M d! Ireton. for this summer's work. I set made over so as to look as nearly new
t : FtFBglstrwt P& \: constantly on hand;old razors repaired.J. you up for an ideal-a being as perfectas I slices on a chafing-dish, or a portable as possible-and are then sold for a How to Catch Suckers. away. : 'pv*:

W. HICKS, mortal could be-but I find you, in oven which is heated with wood or dollar or two. The trouble is that a From: Cleveland to Pittsburgh air*-

5 F starke, Fla. reality a woman full of woman's straw. This bread with a portion of pair of boots is usually worn out by Dea.1er-1 say Jake those |2.50 jer Are you sure of itT* .

Near U. S. Ptient Offico, weakness. Well it's a lesson most of cheese and dates is then distributedby several persons in succession before it ey shirts don't s em to sell well at all! "Of course I am.** .. ,

her to those whom it is her province Jake-No, they don't; everybody "Well, tell me how* mtieh
in condition of
learn a
time and I the
WIITB! LBGI! nH us have to some sup- reaches dust-heap
*SI1INOroN. D. CXIbnslnns pose the sooner it is here and over the to feed, and the,frugal meal is such advanced decrepitude to make says $2.50 is too high for them; that she would have to sail oveK! : I

'I q .. better," concluded the artist bitterly. finished with a draught of camel's what archaeologists call "restoration" they can buy'em'cheaper other places. He:stopped dead vJUopen4h14thyoiiedbisoyesandemov

milk. The camels are also milked as out of the question.-Boston Dea.let-Well, put some in the wind- edh1ht
"Clarissa, you look as if you had they walk the men using for this pur- altogether dow and mark them $2.75. .. slowly :dawned- upothnjashe
before: the United States Patent buried all your friends. Really it Letter. ;
alteGrt'd: to for moderate fees. Patent Eggs for Hatching makes nervous to watch said pose large wooden bowls, which are S. Jake-Two seenty-five? _
me ,
h'dla tbe United Stasee and all foreign she you passed from one to BQ.ther.-lf. T. -Some of the papers in the far West Dealer-Yes, b2.7 -.for'"- one daj seemed to irilt away siflce a ctbhaf* j jleaf. -
.. Lucette Heywood as noticed the .
rI. "
Tit 40K MARKS AND LABtxsrerta Ledger. !.. have shown their independence of the only-the "one day-only" will catch When he ebuldwfltBon ..4
: ) .1011! cloud resting on the perfectly beautiful -
applications revived art .
ONE DOLLAR FOR 13 I -.ra said: -
.4. English language in writing up ac- 'em.-Detroit FretPresy. pleadingly
Informafon and adrlce as to .,. face of her cousin. ...A citizen: of New HoUand.J !
**,'a"ntt of elopement of a St. LouisLoditmfcWhfch" ."Kick me hard .. ;
cheerrtUy furnished withIlreld "Then: don't watch me, Lucette" I caster County, P., is said to have subsisted i iI look -place a few weeks Thirty on, August :5, atone*! Kick --- -1* -

Whit Leg-horns variety(Knap's for Strain Florida.) are Brilarofully the answered Clarissa. I solely on liquid diet since 1872.:' Trreadythe! words "eloper, 1853, th.SbOd under the waves of $ -
or aoII profitable
I Ie Patea'l far fre oplst packed and delivered at Expreu "But I can't help watching you. At that time a melon seed lodged-la ?SOT'te4!loperdixed." "elopedUrj frOm Newfoundland/to, leftofmawhea ijoegb 4'to

;w'Pae Jfflce at above prico. Add reds What ails you ClarissaP his sophagusandthereJt' "eTSte'i1st havQ fca ccllcd! : Id'J k, and
ta furnished for 25 osatslarited. O. C. KNOX "Oh, Lucstte. I feel mlseraWe." despite frequent attempts by ph>> : and
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4 $ alilt T. Mu.nrii DtIIUCN: hIM P4hIttoi -'iir Vne4 f Meiai composed of iron steel, i FtSHIOKABE' DRESSI AKIHG,
; BnFaD LoUY1Ei1uRftfH. Daily JiMX-ni.} j IJTARIFFStCOMPARED. I li'e& "r.irVel. p3tter. tin. tine. gold, silver, platnum. j HankI& ;

I ( or toy other metal: These articles were
Editor Kiti.H-'l .;nc lira r |' i.icdljid | IRIY.; .
z.iit not rli i3ut3l as a class prior to 1871. when the 4S : :
fl:\ t. jhet-iiii-I U. 1,4,111 wJi'i Ie _
_? ;;sHP WEEJLT LTSr ; (. %%)iil Mile ol ID'- |M.ilu-iii| lent 1 ;m: "VVf rolenfnt isoa, to CM. e J-.>na VJ per cent.; ila1) ran god from 35 to 45 per cent.; 1888.45 per .-

4DOLD ..tI. and I h d :i u.'*' t.tiClttiII.11 imt utti j; 4. 10 aud 20 jcts/eal.; 1875, 20 eta. gaL; Mills r.nt. ; Mill* bill 40 per cent. MAGAZINES AND PATTERNS j ___

tHer cuiH'S.i b*, sin-wwHisaii.- t.2jee .Vutrhes: 1791. 10 per cent; 1816. 1'A per -

11 i ( :;;; liii> I"r I ii-e irusou HJI.II 1 am IIIII J hkinu: rh1IopJd .si .pat.e- itd Ingirn- ft-Lt.: 1824. l2g per cent.; 1843. 1% per cent.; (t'onslantly hi'iul.! & ',.

_ Editor and Proprietor liir ttiiW I lioin cit her I:ul ttin-n mr uuq V91. } 15 and" (0 per cent.; 1875. 1S43. 13 per cent.; 1864, 30 pee cent.; 1875,25'per y 'i, ILL

men undi-itiike to l.nsirtuate ihal I n/n cet._ : for ftZUg1OU % cIetle.. 15 percent ci n t.: 1W3. 25 per cent.; Mills bill 26 per cent.V Li AbLidicm .' ;.c *? Hg== JTown F anti Country ordtrs, ?oliciti- C-1' [ LI EEC

; .iliiiid l ii gi ivc tApn ioii iHjuiyjioinbli ; for lnstUnUoaia'no't lobe'sold' free; 1888. at., a:. o.p. f.: 1812. J ct per lb.; 1864.20 :: -" $ CHILLS :/ r .V-3, M ?rSS5SftV I

; NVWWItIVTIOS $1.00_t JjAU. n\iclioni>, Hityaiv iTnMakoii.1/ liavi- 35 rcr cent, snd free; llPlf bill, 25 per cent. per cent; 1:88.10 per cent.; Mills CLiu'a AOU TJ.4tC---s5- -Iteflerciices-. -

-vvf -'- i.o'ohjet ti i I o Lilly iltVeiV. Uhite or coloi'cll. Pli-'j>*ioms: 1871. 20 per cent; 1388.10 eta. 4 1. '. %.'../
-. "iii-i 1eblig."see not mentioned In the earlytur'lTs. -. it ; ij.iil Lnilicf, of laikf & vicinity. STABSEVck
uI.v7?eIi l. \m-i-iiij5 I ; ii ilual 1 piivilegf. jil. -
/b.: Mills J> free.
and till after the war they were Included ,
the.W OOtrf' 'iirlf. llu.Srr /// / ai.d I In-litve lie jhuul do MIlthoiil lie- ; '
.' printiinul.iU-d. 'nuii-lnn., Ickt'ti ad 'Clings: 1872, 20 per cent.; la tie g-sneral piraso "manufactures of'wool, Starke, Fin.. Oct. In. 1S$ .
c:1.CJl Ma/If. jug
- i.ii::; o rc-en ; Wins bfll. free. tax tc. In 1879 and 1883 they were classed separately \
k\nw and fmth.ij < '
i.iritiig I'he tight pii\ihx'rt cpt iMii>Ijon ;
-r_-. tii-st-1f I J'ut-l> :.eriHtI tn-ulhcK* ;m p j.r4-1*v. Fire Clay:1846.6 per cent:1864.i. those of wool remaining at woolen rates, 4,4//I: -I..N- y-' t\\ \S LAKKVIIiW haftd

.- .- .1"i the'i'-n, iiutuiii iii! our itflHn1jI p.hnKM %. o 011; 1S88. $1.5O ton; Millbill. free. and these of flax cotton, io., dntied at 83 per Caned CI c4 (!
Tao Mills bill those of wool at 60 RI
cunt. puts
Tor |'rriil'n : Its., 1 tt.i" iiiIlitIIl( ( tfliI I : iiiIh !-tlJ'ju.I II p th.. chlorate of: 1803, 0 cts. lb.; 1888. 3cs pjrcoat. CLAY CO., Fl.A.jn ..,

,. : n() vns J ( I.FVI. LD.: l'L.; N.t t.i&.l &i.ti 'iIIe I It.eI [ the lb.. M Us bill. free. and Includes the others in ft general list at Cigars HIM! 4ill d j

.- rVH-rn 'i'b pL. i'erstlv 4 Iii the 4I1111112 dci liiiii. I 20 percent. znar _
> l.hI J fa 'h. crude: 1S7G, 20 per cent.; 1888. 20 : JIs
TIIUUMAN. iit&hiug ;! Jlei.ti&iiiitolti Whale Oil: 1816. 16 cU. gaL; 1840. 20 per '
%I.LEN O. 11111 ;st>:trc Iii 14 rent: Uilln bill. free. cA7.L1 vi:': a first t-Ias- :
; it tat iIp.f1'dtiI iie S H ccct.; 1S73. (American fisheries) free: (Foreign) 20 rocery

Ee'tor : tt colored In:1: ji > ulli.i.He wnu any Potn.U, nitrate of or saltpeter: 1789 free; per cent.; 1333.(American fisheries) free; (Foreign) Wonderful :fl : !

ifi.: 7 i per cent.; 1824. crude. 12Jf per cent., re- It cnr.-i t" rhlI; an-I fci-r, i;' V C'all ht. lu ,
.1. II M'KIKNK.% of JnrkM"n.n other pirn i ill iihp *ili 'i Li ihc-g. t. p 22. per c ent; Mills bill, free. JI'hIIaLu4U.
MHrfli. t'uttsl UllH-asmliable Jii.s. ill fii sd. 3 cts lb: 1832,free; 1842crudefree,refined. : givl-t nil appetfte, ; :; tui .vtiti : t- _
: \ : { 4)t will tleliinxl it \V2iito Lead when dry or in pulp, or when euffcrer. & C03IIMXY
"AMI-HEI. violation of dul\ anti 2 fts. lb.: 1<=C:. crude.2 cts. Jb.. refined. 3 cts. lb.; ,
i> xin, l !., ot ip l.r MI fl.iar-iift n gronna or mixed in oil: 1797. 3; 1B16.8 eta.
1V\J MKK.:I i"f u'uwjia. service unit \ MippoM.i tii.c I jure ..livinoui 164. crude. 2)i eta. lb.,refined 8 cts. lb.; 1875, it eta. lb. 4 eta. lb. 1848, 20 ID. MIN
I'. < lb.; 1623. ; 1843. ; per
cts. Ib. crude 1
... ituformir crude. I reined. ; 1888. ct. REAL ESTATE &
a. titid in jiiMitviithi's* _
us nature. rent ; 1i4. 3 cii. Ib.; 1888. 8 eta. lb.; Mills bill .
;ii., reftned 1M eta. lb.; Ifflls bill, crude, free, EPIPIPUI _, :r----- -
1 alA pipipuiPrickly --'ci ,
Fi; ( i.yrtMIfln : politica! m.ier>. peileeily 2 cts. lb.V.'OBI. I .-
UI.UK'K$ ; of Mnrion willing to M.-I loiih. ui'::s j'oiiri-e u manner !r.ned. 1 FQII
VK. a possible, I lie rii.'soiTs'pMmptmi'me pit..h. prasslate of; red: 1828. 12X per (Manufacture* of]: 1795. 123 per

; kc TICKET. to sijch a cour-e. '.li&eie. in the hra place cent; 1M2.20 per centT 1S4. 10 cU. lb.; 1888, 10 cent.; 1816 80 per cent.; 1833 25. per cent; ( Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium.) Florida* Southern ii- Mantis[ ,, '
1 rr cent 1846SOsnd 40 cent.
+ ;jiM-en vitaul' 'feit I1Lte.bIUl contradiction tibMlllb! i ; isis. 30 per ; per ; 1804. &
ilnd' co'oied. 33 per cent.; 1883. 85 per cent.; Mills bill, 30 per We havo lands of every iIiMription.If .
% while -
Fi r Gi ii r: I : thai I Hie pe 'jle. P-,1lts ellow: 1828. 12verce ,

VUANt IS I1. Kl E1IG. 'f TuvalI have enji.\"d M.ifoJ.. if not l-etti-r. .: 28l2.2irpereent.; 18 4, 6 cts. Ib.; 1888, ?e.t. SYPHILIS you {vjiiit to buy, roi.t, lease or -- !

__ government uu sell it will or
For Si-M-Jury of Slate: of'public affairs than tinder ; 1846. 30 per cent; 1864.20 per cent.; 1888. 20 payQU to on !' -
'P'Ottery, ornamental vasea etc.: 1864. 60 percent Priciery.Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Rvph-
JOHN. I.. CUAWFOIH. ). of Waukullar. any utini.uis rJlioirrthbt J675.45to60'per centj 1888. 65 to 60 per cent.; Mills ilitic jfrnptions. Scrofula and fr-crofulocs Eruptions write to IIs*.
.. .. : per *
_-p there bus been nn-ie gcm-ial proij.eiity. : Wool was never tarifled before 18C4, then the Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and
enL', lilies bill. 60 pr cent. all disease* of the blood ; nil those that have WATCHMA
I % : more older and betur spirit t tliioiigh4iiii I rate was put at 30 per cent; In 1829 at 50 per cent; resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely ]
\\ 1 n: L.V.MAU. f Jcfferbon. the Country haiti 11111eV i miy Kebiihnrmi ( |?}w
.' _- *' administration; and iii.
For ( I II a peaceful ordeily and PI-JSJATOU- 'proprietary preparation of all sorts: another rise began. In 1867 an exceedtae/

V. I). 1JAIINES. of J.ickon.f.t condition;' aufj that il iiecew-aiy thai {8G4. CO per cent; 1888, 60 per cent; Mills bill, 80 complicated schedule was adopted-mixed,specula SCROFULA STARKE, JK"*tn_.
: these blessings'sho\'ildV( ''i1linue I i four \ e.iifloiigei. 1 : attention given to TM
per cent. and ad valorem-*o the rate may be averaged at { : OUItx-ls areh .!.- elrr. 4e. 4r
For SlSic'i -r: : that under a w f tse'Iit1 lieneticici' .Kg. (all): IS00free1842. X ctlb.j 1846. 6 10 per cent t2118SS,when it was again reduced IB an Impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or aTh- : at rrasonsble pre foxeasii. AHi
causing Running Sores on the .Am.8, .
1. FKANK J. PON'S, of 1iker. providence they maj lake root deep in theM per cent." ; 1864. 10 per cflht; 1875 (paper stock), The Mi ia bU puts wool on the free lift Legs Swelling or Feet for the cure of which use 1*. P. P., i11tkt. an?* Pare. A--. -
** ._- >il and luing 1 to-'lli I liuilsot I I civil I1 1 nt I >eii.\ tree n. o. p. f. 10 per cent. 1888 (paper stock), On miniJactores of wool the rates averaged 20 the greatest blood medicine on earth. All thews

1 For SiiiM-riiiU'iulrnt of Schools: to all 'he 1'iioi'i.K. fr cc. n. o. p. f.. 10 per cent.; Mills bill. free.Unlsinst per cent higher, and the Mills bill leaves the duty diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., | :- -t II

LBEItT .1. HUfiSELL. of Duy.,1 The J'epilbliean party I ly its pretensi s 1791. 10 per cent.; 1800, (muscatel on all plain woolens at 40 per eent and on the finer giving new life and new strength.

and f.dftproniiai4 when in power h.ifoifeitid end bloom) 2 cts. lb.; all other. IK cts. lb.; 1816. I iTacies at 45 and 50. It is not possible to analyze POISON'' - I Unit loyalty at iiil) ti ) lint lie BLOOD
lc-li.y I
.I For ConmMJ-M'.iit-r of Agreii1ure( ; {muscatel and bloom) 3 cts. lb.; all other 2 eta t'jo v Buous percentage, or reduce tho specific

Ii. P. \voM EI44. tf .Icksoii. I Ii tel ilgeli t coloied yoter Eel L 1 ii1r cvtl.niililiptijo'i }b.: 1323.4 ani 3 cts. lb.; 1842, Sand 2 cts. lb.; utii-s to percentages for all variations of price :
In with
Cured in its\vor t form sometimes cas s
i and fiiliMunt ; .
I 4-. 4 ( l-igive. l9.i.t: js hoi t 1t. 40 per cent : 1861.6; 1875. 2) cts. lb.; an: duty; but the following list illustrates then, Ensipt'las, where the patient was In Eternal Pain i -- .. -F' .: r..-

For Piiprrmi''Court .1 fltr s: when not tin ly "th"i-i ii-teili-i' i it i883.2 cts. lb.; Mills bOl. IX ct lb. as it t-hows tba successive percentages on woolens and given np by the bhvsicSan*. In some ca-ea
element of the inc-e will ever I their entinmilticnl jjcrorulons Ulccra broke out till the party was amass '
'. "f i: o'.bervXse enumerated under all the tariffs J. L. GASKIN
P. UAKEV. lW- not
( retatioii w'iili; i, that lui- 'Rattans and reeds, manufacturedbut not of corruption ; p bottle of P. P. P. wag ,
I A K. MAXWELL, of jE (- nil)1n. I in ji.-uly made up into finished articles: 1832, free; 1846, frcn 1789 to 1888: Percentages, 20. 33, 33*$. lirocured, and tho diseOM yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM.
ut uialito
teeIi every piineiple :
: H. I*. MTj1liLL.| of Iinbborou! !. ttitt( Wanting J peopicho.e tKkhty and faithfiiziess -- J'J percent.; IBM. 25 per cent; 1875.25 per cent.; 40. 43. C3. 44, 33. 2. 40 (in ISO). 80. 24, 37. 4% 64, DEAl.KR II.
83.73.60.and finally or about percent ia 1883.
TICKET. have iiinotintt-il to pulilic-al vn>.;lije" l- JS8S. 10 per cent.; Mills bill free. Drugs & Medicineu
COUNTY DBMOCIITIC Ceadfmade Clothing In like manner varies from
( 01, +. '3 .. ; but lie more igii et and illitet.-ile KU c'enned: 1846.2opercent.; 1864, & 222
1783 10 laot. thus: 7J 10,12& ID.30. 60. 44. 38, 29- And in all AffectioiH cf the BloodT>.P.P.stands F1aP113sieians'
For Senator: (nl the'lute' wll) bi' eunvi,4i I nf the I .; 13o3. 2>4 cts. Ib.; MUls bill. 2 cts. lb. inco 1CC1 the duty baa been mixed, averaging alone and nnnvolctl, ci'd some of Its curea are Starke,

iii ils foiJuei* teachings HUM' will Hire uncleaned: 1846. 20 cent 1864. 2fts. really wonderful COMBINED TLtRfraeting'
A \MCRp9UV. per
JiljA ; about 40 per cent ad valorem and 40 cents aponud. If you suffer from anything like Syphilis, Fcrp-
4 -4.--.- other quarters. Ib.- ISA I'A cfs. lb.; Mill.bW. IX doaka are eeparately enumerated since runt, Blood Poison, Ulcer-, Old Sores, Rheumatism Prescriptions
iT ontnlivcs i Thffe is "no i sue or pniv ptijiiiple in or disease of the blood, be sure and Pojr
For U<-| t : Rife-flour; 1575. percent.; 1888, 20 percent the war. generally averaging little more than the any
either party tInt can 'aiifiut the t Iil4leIeSts'iii give P. P. P. a trial.
S. .1 o fltIIAD. tl/e; coloit-d liiie. not one lights tiatitiiiUs'tci JltJsblll.' 15 per cent. other articles. Dy the act of 1883 cloaks are put P. P. P. (Prickly Aeh. Poke Root and Potassium Carefully Compounded nt tilnigtt hourit-thzti or ThEY AREAS TRAN8PA
.1.J L (LilUNS.T tt 15 cents a pound and 40 cent ad valorem ia secret medicine like the
__ tlii'in as a (listii.ct; cla>>-. I'oil.ateer '.*11 Duck: 17SC.? 10 per cent; i. 20 per per ) no patent bottle many L__ AND COLORLKSS AS _
on the market. Its formula is on every ,
\\ ir.'iy have la-eii the qiif-lio-s inUie rent.; 1623. 0 and 12> cts. sq. yd.; 1832 15 per 7ble otter clothing la at 40 and 85 respectively, thus piviuga guarantee ot its purity and whole* t And tcr sonnets of endurance ,

Tlic prn9jcctS of (\\\i> *lrnigtit ticket I p4L beluteti I Ihe pouk-! l pntits, ILlatlvi all at 40 cent, and ito
icipg ceiiid! is niucii better t'his yOre vdbetore. to the tr"e :Math: *, of tile ni-irrii. :1 yer cent: 1838,30 per cent; Hills bill 23 per puts tie finest common at 45. clothing per only n"l for hours without"

tins -ountry* thete issues If.ive bn finally r. nt. 1)ti.trct IitSpCCL4)1iI. J The Original Wins, (Vr. thy i are 1Perfect

settled and'remain amoii! the dead isbii- Salad nil: 1816, 3Q per cent.; 1828.! 15 per Zinc, oxide oft 1854. Itf ct*. lb.: 1S75. IX That- folh'winpf'it'SOflS rue appointed :> C. 1\ Simmons St. Loui, Prop't

LT1t. lIe tiSt. .rut.; 1812.30 per cent.: 1864. $1.00 gaL; 1888 25for cts. 1'j.; 18S8. when dry !# cts. Ib.; ground In I '-i'i to:* iitvl ( ifik of KlccHon Inn I!!a.sCvIiI '- i9 M.A.Simmons Liver McdicineEt'd Sight PretTestiionr

wcp k from Tncsday is cWjion diy: I am opposed to a coniiiiuiiiKc of a < o'- cent ; SJ Us bill free. oil i;{ cts. lb.;Hills bill dry 1 ct lb.; ground in fiiclion: tI li i-I lncJs ti> si-I-v'> nt lie : : il.XciI.n.l'iop'rA.Q.bimncns iSp ii t-e U. S. Court l.r=ATS L.Ver J.- ias from the leading phyridul

.1k pjiro von linve the rigist \\u kinmdmi or 1 line in1 !politics, at* tn uhit by'N'iilh< i.. ntentasor Pearl Ash: 1264, 1# cts. lb.; o.l. 1;, cts. lb. gt-ntral eluli''is! to Uhdd Xov. Gli: 13S. L' 1 KcpuJntor, t tM by Zeihn iSCS. stucl riit-.l iren.States.nen of poTenors note ID,all Mntor&iotj wy

( I it rends'cWby, Uicbanl. and On"- Itcpnblicaniiiiil. :K ha ing a tendency tuI'eipetnate 1833. US rts. lb.; Mills'bill, free. Zinc Spelter or tatenegne in blocks and pigs, to--A .1 : t,-r-j lit : cu'cd M. jx.INDJGESTICX S, J,. AI. has, BIL1CCSS-fcr 47 years, dilTer.-nt t-rnrt-hes of trade banter profr |
a cpiiit of pit juiliceniul n I l. e. DISTRICT NO. 1.V. )4 'tc..can V> iv.-*, who bav Bhai t l
MMi / log of antagonism betntui'he( ia<-eoithi Sal' M>da; 1812. 20 per cent; 1846.20 per cent; an 1 old worn outzlno fit only to be remanufac- I"). \ GITU, \'K :,i. AI\ ; U7and; J. V,'. t. il DYSFErsi.\Sict. SctM; HEADACIIE.LOS TOMAIH. Krr.rAPPETITE. proved by tlirr iise." '- -
.4 61. '.' Ctl lb. 1875. K ct lb. 1883. ct lb. Mllla Lured: ISM. 6 percent; 1864. IX eta. lb. 1875, 0 ?
\ ; ; X ; ; t
BuIiiifI! U'.A. sh-! (Tk t Kev. T .
J iSoillh ought iiol t.i txiit. ; I. Irypci' ; fri> U.Keiirs.l'jst' K.o All :
The I'Ulilknn parly las given up all The p<>licjr'ot the : reseat DemocraiiradinlnUrrution bill' !,' ct. lb. 2" per cent; 1883. Ui; Mllla oIU, IV eta. lb.Z'.nc : DISTRICT 2\0. 2P. '- -'thin",iChurciiAdarn'Tcnn.!; I should hate been, writes dead:but"! Eyes Fi1

liope* uf rupturing Indian. Midi(pan and I ai been wi-e, lib-r.-i' aid -alt: 1783. 10 eta. bush.; 1816, 20 cts. bush.; Spatter or tutenegueIn sheets: 1846. IS M' Rivers .luliii; Croft atnl YnsriiLihiMils a'J for your Genuine M. A. Sin- And the Fit Guaranteedis'irke by

!fJ4W YiMk HflI tint equivalent to their jiibt to all the people, and isjM-eially to- 1810. 8 eta.bush.; 1864, 18 and 24 cts. 100 Ibs.; IMS, per cent.; 1884. 2J* cts. lb.; 1888. 2K eta. lb.; Hill In -p'f"'i-: -T C. 1 Hjid, Uicik.D1STIUCT mona Liver Medicine. I ha.eionit 111 '}:Hs & JOINEfl

> xV.ud the col rct tilizens: for, having reeeived 8 and 12 cts.100 Ibs.; 1888,8 and 12 eta.per 100 Iba.; bU.; a cts. lb. NO. :?. 1 EIfo'- umcs had to srbstituta ,
t: .
: I 'Zc.llas st' :"or
defeat.14-4 4 no'sympathy or biippoit from the Mills bill. free. Mopohi us Voters. .T. C l'carce. W C. lu-rrc and I'. A :$2uIi-SI cine, out it dau't your n5\rer Utt-i the, t FlorilA.IC.HA

mJames cult red race it h-is," not withstanding, rv- Seal Oil: 1861,10 per cent; 1875, 20 per cent.; P.lllixb ItlslilttniS; .!. G. I lioluitd, C'll'lkDlijTUKJTXo purpose." I -
G- Inaitie nod family an* having taine'i mote cololdl mm in UieditTcnnt 1,883*.'g3 per cent; Kttla bfll. free.heath1ng In the ycnr of our Lord 1BSO there lirciin 4. "h.f Dr. J. 7'. Ory s, Editor T'te

; ,-. n family qiuntl.! U seems Hint it is all dcpartnients at \\ ashinuto'ii' in the pastfour tlio of the Hoosier stato ono A C. O-loii, ..TohiitVii.l. Mid John -'fl'rt, :>4t'Us* *;Ter.n. says:
Metal: 1842, 2 eta. lb.; 1875. 8 Benjami 1!Liri i on. grandson of the late I rtct.t v l.v jis.'Xr.'ji: of yourLiver WHOLESALE DEPOTSI ATLATh
than all the Ktri-n. Insi'H torII.. A. V. ili.m! (1h.IISTIII"F ;. ;
nfis. .man-and-brothu M-.dlc
on nrcount'of Janu-B G. lihnne. jr., years cts. Ib.; 1883, 35 per cent; Mills bill.30 per cent.SikIngiPs Wihiam Henry ll&ti lion, \vlio in his timo %., :", ':. c :ij sch-Uof it. AtflL
?if'niinistrHtions! ( had for a peiiod of twcn :NO. n. IL ;ori.3[.U: Jim. I want uo
who IP ty>inMo! me the senior Hlaine for : 1875,35 cts. per M; 1888,33 cts. per wanted slavery extended over Indiana. U' btttcr l.\tr I.cTilvoand ctr-
: 13-four yeais. It has 1'i-en liberal i in 1 UKdiMiihlitlbn \V II. I I'inl.oMcr. J. L.I-IiRsand I>.
The desin.ns of taisly no n-.orc ot Zeilm's cu.ture.Z .
renj.iruln Lt
dHlllHL'CH.In M M lls L V. Iree. wits
.. of the mail aget.cics. hinm-t; becoznsj a United Ktatea senator front \V. rinlii'iffttr, Inspectors: \v". G. LJ.iJI.Cieil. .
the va'Hous lines in tlu-sj KtaU-s anioii '
tlio state of Indl.L'ia.! To out his
nil of the several hundred cases of the colored citizens. It has appointed 1818.33H per cent and $4 to $10 ton; 1832.25 per carry T'ITfllC.T XI) ii.. >o.YotrrTli Own Dyebat
ambition it was neen-V tint tho legislature -
o-cidUil fever nt Feriumdiiw tint minted nun to honoirble and lu<-r. tiv- ten'.; 1S46. 20 to25 per cent; 1864 40 per cent; .1..';n f.ViiN.. .1. H. Oaihy: an WmMiltlsfil. y will dye everything. There*
( yellow should bo l'-thhiean It
.. positions in the Dibtiict of Columbi i. lilias ibS3. .'.0 per sent: Mills bfll. 20 per cent was I InspectorV.T.. I Dr lcn, Cl'k.DIST1IKTNO. Trhcre. Price IOC. a package. They ban"
a Miiiill )half-d -zcn have <.lu... 'The much pretty hard to get enough \otes to secure for Strength, Brightness, Amount ta.
diusid, through its rIconhinentail ion soap: 17SO. 2 eta. Ib. 196,3; 164, 4 eta. a Ilepublicau k-gisLituio. so some of tholeader. 7. or for Vititae of Color or nQn-faUiiwI ?

dreaded diave U" Inking"! J$7\verv mild I the pajtaent in I InlTof nil money that had lb.: UI3. 30 per cent; 1864 (fancy).10 cts. Ib. and ? Ecrnicd ii0.ttralix.citiou of iii: Hid*. J. :!l. (4ii..r nr.,1 R. V.ton. they do not crock or smut:40 color jntyi

I.Ilk.ieisi.ti. IH.-I-H purloined fr m Ihe ngro throiigh 25 per cent; n. o.p. f.. 1 ct lb. and SO per cent.| several Chirauiea v.ho v.u-o tl:cn ca .:, in.spiotoi-. I II. t:a-i'i. L'li-ik. .1. T. laskiu?, !Starki

: 4 4I4. the milt-lunations ..f I the frceilmauV savings 1875 (ancy), 10 cts. R>.and 25 per cent.; a. o.p. f.. gaged in t'.o l.tuaJzy L5icc3 i.i this! I'l.h !-.n! hay oatv-r of ll.i- IJoaul of t FtCtyi:. tyrn. o-tjsgo.-d. Use [
otwit1I.tftIIdIlg all the 'n'.U and fears and irusl company, and uoi e\<-nslopjimg 1 ct. lb. and 30 per cent; 1883 (fancy),IS cts. lb.; city. It ib itatd { .tc'tytweny' Cl-inu- Cotii.ty 'emmissioi'L- r u.b.4.'- ;- .iatimr ; -r. r,.,' -T*i-i-f ytf* +* nC" .w; -

(bet e, but going beyond ;ty Kepiibliean n. o. p. f.. 20 per cent; Hills, men \vcra ever naturali/ed in tbo UiJtod 1 II. P. Yoiiu.C'Icik _It 1I V. ..iC3V; fc i/
wili IK less for
9f many tt cr wnitclun :n -
adniinisliaiion in its ilis'iitiieitit of Cou't.nnd
Soap Stocks: 1841. free; 1842. 10 per cent; States, and of these iovcn got their papers z, : I. f fiit cz.i.L pati t- ,Ia.'; b.
: i: tsenliVtVves tban ever hffmTlc. l I interest for the. race it has also nskc i 1875. free; 1888. free; Mills in Indianapolis and six of theso seven HOflclo: Auditor foi Boa..I of I'elevo ps.t': CIre "I-.1 L'r. i.rrrha,. E., I

-- 4pnciition cacilicfntrs w ill lie elccitd l.3'H the sympathy of tins Govetnnienl t 1 i- omhielhren'in d&.ii.ydrate were made citizens just in time to vote at County ( 'oi.iini-.ionc. it f : ,
$ or c'.oitto: 186VU cts. n>j
1drenIHJnlty. the feeble and snuggling K<-- the October election in 18SO. having uihieA.. II. iownL;,,
1K73.1 Ji eta. lb.: 1883.1 ct lb.;Mills bill H et Ib. one : Noti\: .
pubiic of Lil/V'tia. It di-cLns U.IIL-.>mpn.mising'opposilinii Fecureu his tho day previous to the It IRC U'.T COURT. JTIIJUUICILCIRCUIT :4 l..hLt0Z Et1'IIi Ehntj1 -

) tu inonoiM.ins, tiuJjind'corticrsiiy Sc-li alllrato: 1870. >i ct lb.; 1888. Kctlb.; election. Belovr papers will Ifj found a list of (it' ?I.lllHKAi, >fOUI COUNTY. '! N. C., 3i.riL 23, ltd7. ii-eph Sr. W K.t-t-3 I.ft rnl eftir. t.p-(ate 'ktiij-ltl Jttt.iii

? bitfC few \vlui \\ ( u> a Hllle inclined) grasp'iug and infill I >t bhcapitalist" Kfl:s lull.i\ ct Ib.43p this now famoua se\tn. with tho dito of In tini<'"roriln-ai }>::iMt:
111W8td iIi Indt jondent ta'il: idnie lag! favoring only u modeiate ttniil cc., all ground or powdered: 1875U ,- their snivel ia tlo: toiinry and thv. date : hn-i .iili.iin.-str, SZ&2 i..Ltali: a i.n !1ie Elatt c-I. lusig
and a asittblt.* piot'eclixe poiit-y to .'t Oi v ilj i- , < ; Hi?: in Altitim&ii. l.itci.f < Sc,'. l-t- of 1'P I C.ity cri11.t
\ i-kireiiwIodng; at the sttui;ion injf r* 'ii- > i lit per lb.: 1888,6 eta. per lb.; Mills bill, 8 cts. of their tmtr.ditir.,! ': Pr.ii'iit ( .'t'l.ty. Sti'U-t.f Horiiti. 't.! '.-a>ed. ;i-r L ; s""V O 11.Ii -

nnd will erican ini'ustries. believing rli.Iur tnat j4 r Ib. Dticf uu I-lt.r t'' all i| cti M'uN h.-J.iagiiig to s ti>! | 3 ft $ *W 1 Nco..i B.riLC .
vote .
7 proper lisjit':; "I "i straight pio'tectiou bhcultt oil\: 1 i : Hiilliriv-nt I t In i Naturalization.rae.. ia America.Jan. v'iHfor Hi* it.itn: lit.iti yntniij: Hith. -is vf !J

) ) ])emiivtttc V Jct.I encourage: n spirit of cnteipi!iie among I ill- 2. !iti\teil in tf! c i.ntics of C'ay. | \() FoiL: 1'UKLICAH
f k a ._ I Feb. 1C30. 1 te Iia .ind 'Ini ion. in t-; t-'t->t't>f l-1.rla.
l'e(1if. it1Iititntlk1lt tlit' ridi riciii-i .b'Ki-j! !; Foy S-m-: .. ... ..Jl.iy, 1CT3
ii ;:: A ? Al U tli, 1 i itie. iiili-ivstnl arth<"e"v ntjfl-it % LAND OFFICE. OAIXESV1LLB.
"* June 13, lS0 ..
ChacjMTirr.or to U73;
the ptxir poorer. that \uwill uii.kri>j ilk-a tic ii to the I lciicirtn.Ie.Ytint Sept.,
The njee:.tiet.& >1011 cr.unty. camlhLiles S $ It i I- 'Thet-e are feome of the principled of tinpresent1" Sept. 0li a.PaekSlu lVns Ibr.J 3 M Unti-r. J'uljreof tlieaf rt'iiiicled t with 'the vtrIHSI of feeliii"M Sept. 6, 13.ri..JoQ..ibLs -.ApU, 1U70 : ins oflntJn (0 lit (.'.tv 1' Jacksonville.Couiitj. fluval ". itl-r! La* filed notice of histntfl
\n i- n i r Democratic parly in tontiadiUnction Oct. l.Ma ...PorVint ...April 13, 1E73 }i.' "r wlierever lie Conri nny The tonke final pionf -poitofiiaclafm..!
Mild it Is _pretty* haul to-ven. guess.. who thobeof the [presi-nt Hepiiblicinipaily NOT 2, lS0..Foe. Chin? .- -.. -- -- ..It72 then !I.,.. on Tuiirsd.iy. tl'e Oth day of Jet-ei1bis- REST fVri: MeIirijio said pr' <>l wilt b.made before the Orcn"or
"j___ia rtr'n'Tue whose.avowed policy unit! h-ailin-j The A 1). IH.SS, for i.n trderto s-pll the lollouur.: ; is I'j? 's t'URK I-OR la his absent..HC rlt-ric of Circuit <
will he. AUhiiiiiruiiie l fcr these
ful nr.turalizr.tioipapers
&wci- I' >*t. ours. ... .. ., stcm- to the inteies lanii_ I L> the esiati uf Hiram AM -r- StetrktFta on Ye'-cmF.'r liih l8S hz:
ai | ot t tihe
principle j
;- of MUIIM. -. > pioU-cl Chinamen went seciirc.l Ly n Republican man late olal enmity of Brndfoid, deceased.itl.aied take it w Jl. Kfi'e'- of tarke. I-la.. II. E. 12J57WofWSt'e.2OTpaSR4L
-- I : nn'iiird classes iii I he'expense of eeiiniereM _\ lawyer uancd Carter. Drai KaiihOell then, >= In the ctiiiiitie* of Clay, Alachu.i aiulMnrlon. By all dnij.-gi.strT.2iic. '

of the fctrugghiis: poor.Nowl as now, aa ardent IlanSson boomer, and 'Ol I for flistfiharion ji-iou the heirs of lie r.-ui.c-s tP rolli.wlnp witnesses to lccntiituous

The fever in JH ksonvillc u rapidl.nVit'in .\ : in conclusion, 1" tlnow down the ? at that time county clerk, signed the Sec" aid estate 5": Lot, to-\\it No. 4 less: In 5 Clay cres Count on east v. Lot 3.. .,t2L. --.'.- L. saul laiu t*zt ie itnce up< n, and coll

p Flom the present prospects bus IILi1II let and challenge: ltepiibi.nh.w] naturalization papers. Tour of them were : : K\V i> of N\V J less 5 jic-rt'S on east siJt and Ad.trn Tis..i, of StarVe Fla.; '
( ,r coleieil to fcho%% of l any line of jirguinei.t marched by this same Republican lawyer MV "t SWJtf f-cc. 31, all in T S, S5 KaiteaK, U. B. Sc"". "

\& IMHS %% i.lI: MMIU, bo as.DpurUUiiijr ns ever. : or modi' bf ri-a'soniiig bafctd, ujim. to tho polling placo in the Eleventh ward coiitiiininf 1.0 jions.In T. V. Anderson, '" .

t' rtie itluietslll not litallowed to retuinn probable facts where there aiti any 'Superior ; on Jla sfichus'-'t ts avcnuo within Alaclina Countr t Joh'i (a. hitch,, -
square tovt: S K K f rf CofNl ){ Kv. 2'i. T 10
I : U HurT tnoAiNHl frosts however. advantauesi or lieiietits lo eolon-d men and n half of C..:i. IliiTi&o'nV lti713cc, SK.'ii2K _
.((4 solid \V H ot Lot T7 in toit i-f Me'r.e ,-
in voting Uclu'l( :. 01Uiat and there these Chirr.-; laandrynien voted containing I

f ; they nre.under any obli atii its todii.'liiii'n the Republican ticket over tho protests! of Il/i"wl.: let i. njf.tii! The !ntt li-'htMie i )!. liintion e.*':; .,.tft- iOTI E FOR PUBTJCAlLAXD
A iri.l nnsuiythingsbi this >h
H" unjthing the patty has .v tlio 1)emocratclinlli'ngers.. Jlr. Joseph (owitS3s'ofN P. '* S-i-. IT js'llancro 21 H, nl-o T.rViio ,
vt iiurs we iinit>l'niHki* the iWt'of ft r tin ''done HI llii'iu; and what 1 Say to one I >a.lo .\ W. NiehoL-t. a ncj.hetof Senator McDonald S K ii .uuJS.'i iii IN in, Sf4IK.. and Wor Jjimif Ilnhu; it "s :\ sunK-uie.y ior, OFFICK AT GAluav1lJt,

Mike : all. thai OtI will evei dor t this, have t, W nnd SV . u Kindling I Scpt.z1.
y or Democratic
: .f nthers. Sn if nre not exact l. VP.S a challenger al
you of N 'IV i, Siv. It'! all itT 11 o Kaiue 22 H. conIT. dist.te. .3 Notice is hereby given that the
:l lie dew my lo peif 'nn yiiui uirinpt tho Eleventh wad and
polls piotestcd I
HilUtled with Democratic -attiilul.-itt s. : cere- nIflICit it. ttTerbas fill d notice ot his ia
+-' : ;ilIer( Chary woik in silence, mid kiepyouinioulhs vigorously agair lj'] *Jcpnsitiu till \' etk or ind make fail proof In support of hire
vote.! tia ITt for the Kike iif the paity.Thc4 slitit K. .liprrxi that before
ii.lJijitCOfWitIbt' made tbOjof
illegally natr.ralizinl votts. but tho i'epublicaii t11it'.l is I s, (IV ,, PVelIj.ii, vouurir

t T. SIIUFTON. ( judges peruulted li.em to o into L. B. TJTrCiM.3. t-J'MALI.NB AillUUiltiUlOS.ALBHtJiAr:. 1 1 i -in t .'tii'i'!\- 1 tired lMr l-\ I'r. J. II.l C'5r<. i'it f.t Sturke.i/owrt,to-Florida if absent on tConrr. u1ItthFvi t1rihiitI

(govern men t proposes to take the The Reform IMNIIC.Uy the box. Petitic'nt-rs' Attomey.NOTICK.. Lean's .Strfigthpnliieo'iis >" Sit v"-. 25 ;: James W. Niehols. Stflrkn f to-f H.*'
At thcri:- prei1! -1 1 f the cvetconth a I'ox. : for the W X of S W H S)4.SW "4V
fatter (uf fum ntmg .Jacksonville anti common consent the chief issue of ward timiLncct.e enacted. of S 1. J Sec. & Tp 5. S E a KHP
a v.'ix1:: Uhody
the ele'ctiou is tariff leform, and not civil Thore aro'trtany ] ths SNCito
otljer ( cbnr c. JjurgeonGcneralitfttnilton : ItCeidflttitfld iltsrwipsv name 8 following itw
.illL.Vn Shiel, oiK-o a c-iud-dale for state treasurer Apnn vrr (.tll on our friends who """"
SArvice reform', and the prospects of the are .Iiitit} ntitH-t stoi-k and (-aus* serious in- continuous residence upon, end(
will; hare the matter under hi- latter seems. to us more promising with taking two of ils" Chinamen, who iiu'.i lii .1! lo us to sttttup! or make some -on\ouiPin -tin! loss to thefanm-r in his said l.i nd. viz:

f4 control and tle work wil) no (doubt IKUioroughly the President in a second term than with at that time ran a K'r-iy intr Si-ort's .-lrr.itu.-' oteitts. lowi.ids siltkincnt. \V'c v.ork, \\hk-h nmy be qui'-klv remedied O.Adam B. Sapp.Tiaon, ol Starke- Fte.,,

( llt. an administration dominated by Mr.Ulaiue drug trtoru, oj pf-ito t'n (inutd h.'tel and \\ ill 1..kc; cit'lon.' con. or such [reduce tthe_ use of Dr. J. II. .MCLO4fl'S Volcanic T.V. Anderson, "

) tlie gi-tilt Kepublica leadei' voting them at ix-vt-Jlceuth ward ;ei'e t-tn SLli : Oil Liniment. A. J Browning- 1

:_ thilube' pt f reform-the tariff Upon upon polls on L'oinh htcct. r.o .r Hrycr'sbhcrj" "iticiIAUD & 1'AUE. s..c.TIJCK.1.

S Our candidaU arc nmkine u canvas olIjhj that au&tibu the' Pt11IhiC8fl Pun; Vi'*'. '. : opjx- ..rc.lrith 13 22 Sici: I MKiriiK.. and a sQji istion at
( plalfonu
hs LrVl tcL-n or.; l o c Lcfcre.vr 01)111 iOI anhi ti ii I : n tlir ltt aii, ;tre
p-.pcw IX
-- thi8 week nndill his is 17 CIRCUIT COURT, 4TH JUDICMlCO
county continue j-ear n reactionary an dangi.riinsmaiiifestL
? ; chr.UerrYd by A-i-tin II I'roTrn.Gliicl To lice.LatUc". veryoinmoniy prod'ir'-d Iiv i'''ljwpM- FLORIDA, BRADFORD COTL
throujrfy iit.t wetk. '1 hey are doing :It show's the cl.nnged hadcr- TIivic tion: iiinrhid ilo"f.t>ii : jigrealtsjyd :; and Ti-jwa had .1 IOMJ Situ boded fire I thousands: of Ladies I throughout ; CHAKCERIREB
of alI ship. spiut nu l tendency of tfie parly. 'Irauny the Hud o\er seiisitijiiips *>rtlien9v(>** ipaV EqcA E. SPELLS t .. -.-** i
good discussion the thor uhoac
arousing eutlui- tn.ittc-r
over b\t tej country sytt-nts are poisoi'ed -
original liepublirana the H r..ijorHvof of ho. vs. VEOlforlJOHN
A8tic'feelin? that has not shown itself seems inclining txiLet-nmc' the paity wero finally nllcwe to go i ii.: :\r.:} nhiise l)_ *od IS in an 1 impure; Siiiiiiu Ke. Dr. J.IHOH II. MvLnaii'o trarPtt lo the 51. SPELLB. j

I o: These are the plain. varnished facts copdii.n! from the :Ltstr'tlorl! of impure and Liver Defendant In the abovq stated cwwH
before I in tlie'entire'campaisn.Cnpt 'pi alini. of corporate and of Kidney Uiliti and I'illcta will ,
tFr power a osi- notified that Complainant han I filed
concerning part uf the volca which elevated mailer; dinto menstrual I irregularities.
lively titr* *
class and such thisConrti
privilege Republicans will i t I Sk1"i complaint against him In
vote against the piity'ihtis bec.uis Gen. Hur urto his scat in tho Tin? < i lIIsS aie i culiiirly tvni-filted by Ihouonilirful resilient, and that unless he pledhli

Iteming is still han) at, work in of the "they voted year Senate. Deci'-'oivs 01' the United States : tonic und hloiHl-cleaii&iii I.IFBvil! ?< quirn nt-w rest, and ely erI'ulnev demur thereto by the first 3Ioud y to .
4 soiilhern part of the State. lie has plaUotni) as ngaii stio courts have sinco hrld that these naturalizations (' lit-S tf Prickly Atli. I'ok Hoot and return, I ifyowill 1 impel ?oiir A. D. 1U88, the allegations thereto*?5j
Jjhe 18-V4 lK-cau of Uie candidate. Ou
I liver I confessed by him and- the CallS]
were uncou .iitutioual, and these Potji-i-iir.[I'. i>. 1*. an kidnevs to the performance of
4>vi3rcome eveiy difllcultr thus far and hastyeen'of c uresi>ondent8 will see.; therefore, that a heir' function *. Dr. J. II. partetr to final decree.
votes cast for Republican legislators who lust's and boun.linsr health take the Ale-Lean's Given under my hand and ttalcjlv.
civil service
great service to the party. If he : reformer ) peici-ives voted for Hnriiso-i v.enjkarly illegal. place o* the sickly look the I lo.t color and Lnvr-iml Kidnev IJ- lmvill I stimulate 251 h day of October A. 1). ISL. -*
the dnnger of tnormoiis' iJiein
4 irorks ita hard" fyr the good of the S'atp who SCOUtS -travnnI. expendituie surplus nod as Compiled from Indianapolis Records. t the jrcncni.1rcck of the .tt-fll hy the to healthful nation. ?5I perb'tle. IT. RHODES Esq U. yjOBZ

? w1ft.lhck.t: !. he will make the best GOY- the proper remedy,' who'holds that, torertuce. use o! i'lickly in'iMs A chi, Poke Ko-t and Totabsmiti. TiiK"Li fo of the Ursli I in tho. blood Complainaufs Solicitor. /fiotieetoDebtors
of females
rrnor we ever. li'ad, the surplus, t.ixcs uould be 'taken ( SliglitlyOld Ercast!e. as will testify, 'hereof;'' pr(* Hood means a healthy

4 from'nereswuies and raw materials ) Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks, who has and many certiticAtes are in the posessiou juiir-tioiuti lt-tivity twit! 'hia bears with audCri?
__ been of of Hie ( (1fl111I fly \\hi< h they h.ive nm- it tho .
front whiskey and tobacco, \\ ill he out office nearly three months. ; ( "iLii'iitv of ..4iiik lestoration
cc!). Bijllock!!! nnd ins opponent are apt tu cast his vote for a caiuiidjileIn> the longest vacation known in his chronic i iseti! not to ptihlish. J.IK! all piove i' P. P. Iron: sick nsor ae'- Iii'. Dr. J. I II. CX All Grot persons her, late indebted cf B'-mUcrdCO theEsUta""* '

z '- hiiviii! joint discussions in the southern stands for. Unit policy even: if he has not office holding career of nearly forty years a b'.fssinjj! to womankind. McLean's Stren t lhe-iinj; Cordial and deceased are reaueste, to mak_

part oCth'eStatv. but ifr. Goodrich, the done or may not do lor administrative reform -has given his consent to stand as a 13-41 fl'tit' i'tiriiier gives pure, rii-h h'ood payment to the uadersi erf. and$BJi
candidate for nul \italizes and strengthens the lug demands against suU estataid J
in Massachu whole
all thai! the
\otcr tic-sire. congress up
I *?? i ) catidklate does not might Take .Notltel gl.00 then. duly
pihlican{ seem to setts. lie no harpers Weeklj' says:
A few of those, t-cube l by Ltar tIisn'tkeWW.
whom or
enjoy the Htuatjon as mu h aa huh lock. "The pending election is of the greatest we arc running TUB lxr of th'-i? recovery.Staike. .
;Ll1'toIrce'ejli, lor h.i\u ijnal'tyof the Moo
failed ;
The Aeu win Know. to nuke iieprm'v
: U is iiartt lo make a point with some one importance. If it gives the power of the niiu-h iHM.n jrnod I. '
pa\minl as :i u-ed To or .id digestion ,>m\
upon. those .
The who "waues we Ktori-li.
it men earn and the men government to the south another such Issiltljlatiot, ,
uraseqt toprov'e false. si : to nnkctbo l.Icod rielt
that in
who ji.Mplv.iy.. oisln-rto the stairnation Sept.: .8th.lS8.The .
know would make
pay certainly what reiid victory it permanent, and an lift and slre"-rtli-
in ivii-i
i.u ine-'s in I ur Slate and -T1'tLjttIi.tIt.,
city it is
[ U-s wa i-s if anylMHly tlin-s. appeal to uras sooner or later would be usw Dr. J. II. Mi'IjfKurs Stri'ii"lliu

::3' In nnotlier column will IK found com- \ is the use of iheorix'ng: when tlitfitets inevitable." neces-f-ary.uM lie that eveiy tent Owing to ussi <.'oriji il and JJlood !'::iji-i: ; it,ui"l ti'.iuC i'vt Verdict UrtanfmV.

E- g u'nie.aioutrnm the Orlando Jleeord-from are at hand? Another appeal to arms would boa serious will i l pJd truceAnr.our.oitrcntsI : ti.t pi l.IfI.tjb.t ..f th., biti.! L'fIfl \ n. Stilt, Jiru7gs IIipPUte5tt
Shuften Gov. Uill is a practical inxii. \\ he;* thing for Gen. Hanks, no 'doubt.
%.. '1_ IK-nofJohnT.- ,- a colored the issue was raised) asto, whelher.the lai- During the late'wEr ho was known as a ?1 per hot l if. ers .a the very lo4 rPUledj

: _j. formerly this pluce. He gives in a itt or something else raises and maintains sort of purveyor general to the Confederates A \Vcman5 Discovery. ___ lictt l k. sold ha-* given ieliflnt

: fprjriirte and concise,, manner his reasons w'ages, the Governor replied through the in the lIed. River and Shenandoah "Annihor woinlirfui UUcf.vorv ,it The rank and t1ecii.ltir vc'cetar! r.f ()' Pina' toot six, ,% .

.- '"tor Democrat, He 1> weledcated bureau of! Labor Btalistics t 'lhe iiianu vallevs. That is to say,hU supply trains been wild tli? l too l y a I-uly in tIi't "i-<*untj. rzinci newly eletriJnrijflr; PXJ) Srf of uhei'imtism: of Liars"
being a !
a. fi.cturersnd hIm workmen-. Use Stale. weroliandled with such masterly stupidity .I>:-,-lsO l.'s.ti.ed i's'f"t! -ht*> trot *yi 1 to I lt i r.svnl or t ji to ,r >rd I' hiraimni Hare, tii-ugisI. Bell'iiiriiic

and thinking man'nnd. QAS reasoned Of Loll employers! wao answertd ilic that tha enemy practically lived off him. her stnl I'-r st\en xtars slfcj;.h cfw\l. IlIlItj't. 1 tr. .1_ 3 i. \T-' iIllI'' 'TIIil : ''The host sct'in lhtit'

t ( Ut1fl8pOUerntOhSeDth! satisfaction.ffal question, To what dojou allii'.iit-' tieinrrease Ia the event of another "appeal" we nom its severcst tosthut !her vita! ortyss ; 1ev'-r ( ' mild sin.t{ sclltwv .?.;-,?? o HVT h.uill! ( in m V 2tI788P11"

\ tuv colored people wHl dovtjie same of wages In the past live ytr"l64 mate Gen Banks for commissary general wel-H Ii&itlpraiiicl II1IIL tic-itt!: \ \ 4l r.uijtMily cii ro. :.Vcnt< auckler.'s bi>U!<*- *. oIt.o. is Kleutrii* Hitters
iniiiiii-enr. Fr>rlhr'>e a.'MUhs slip! I otglid -tc-r.! have add.-tl their l lihii teSt
New York-Wori i
or 60 said #
over cent "to the
Vand of lalmr, white only six claimed of Arnica SaNc. Bitten, dlO
iji bottle of do mi
other us a Dr. King's New cure
: Jt e" ft""IwptibJicitn for no reason I hat the tariff was the cause.Qf Discovery for Consumption and wria so1,| Theie.t Snlveiu the world for Cuts Liver, Kidneys or 15io /
-- '- l1 1, they would dointry 558 Labor Unions that aiisvt cred, 5.X) -----,- % **. ii, ount unit h relieved on taking first dose that bruiesnrts' Uleeis.* Salt Kh .uin. Pelyer bottle at .T, I*' "-

, k3 a grpat deal attributed tl.e increase- wholly to organ Elaine speaking from nymnscrhrt doesn"appeF.r he flept all pisrht and with vie lottle- Wains Soits, ('orn'i 1 etter., ai-d( h4p'l till skin ii lhintl'.a, fin I- Strt.qoughs.
ization. -1 Eruption's
ns been
to bo miiaculously cared. Her ,
lUhis article will any decided name' and 1'(1itiVEly!
-uro l'ileor
'. The war tariff organs natuiajlv; havenothing'to over Blaino w Mr* > LitIhir Luiz." 'Thtis write \V. Cj no i-i' re-
' in w- ipeakirg ofl tacd. -Eithei- qnirwl It i-puranteed to and colds -
Bradford.. say' to this shov" process suits the reinocats Hanarick t Co., of Shelby, N. U_Get a satisfaction give feet oomej
York World. toweTu AGo pretty v.ell fieet rial bottle at -J. L (Ja5Kins Drug 2o rents or money refunded. Price ya can quickly get;/ -
JlaJ-Bostoa box. nir _
Leia1L store 2 per bale by fy' of Dr. J. !

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I Justice of the Peace.. from'' President Cleveland's(\ '
CoutTr: TElEGRPH. Louis own word we gather 'Hint ]he is for 'tikinjj !
The friends x l W'tkovski take
.RftoFLI1p > W. :
from tC. B
flipped our exchanges.Palatka : tAN KEN
pleasure in announcing him as a candidate : the duly off from niw,mnterinlR and BUR 6
= : ; is br..gging on a liemillslrll
---== -- for the o/h'ce of Justice of the Pence from articles that go to l.ulltl am! fit up ;ishiiua ,

Fla., Oct., 2G. 18S8. for the Sixth District of Bradford County I departure which \\'uld l conver- troupe. .
ltarke, and solicit the of the America into a formile competitor of No liquor is now sold (legally) in Vol- 1 J I :
.. suffrage voters at : I
,. > -'---- -- the ensuing election. I this country both in ship building and in nsia county. IBllIfSBB' [ : ) j : : MRIIffiltBeds : .1 I' .

A 'NXOUX I IEXTS. MANY VOTERS.Go : the carrying trade: London Shipping The] last. valuation of property in Sum- ,; : : : .
\Voild.The .
CircnliC'mrt.111t'rd ter: county was: :$1,719.118. I
Clerk of to Walter Wills for fr.uits Bedroom
For myself! n candidate fanners pay u bounty to the nri' Citrus will have no Ciicuit Court ,this Suits, Parlor Suits. Lounges Easy chairs

yj nfficejnf} annuocC'Clerk of the Circuit Court t1\1's.] _ _ cultnrnl implement maker of 43: per cent fall on account of no jury.It Mirrors ,

ihe Bradford County nnd respectfully Mr.( J. \\. Hodges is laul up) this week Every particle\ doll ng they weir pays require* 2.1.000: ( per week fc.rcl'idcm. Windo shades and fixtures Mattressess '

for soffnic; (.f my fellow-citizens with a billions attack. His Uusiness is 67 per {'('III. The lumlier in their cottages. ic expenses at .hck.;nnnlle.Gl ,

:!SI' Jril eensuirgdcction the' HI'"JWctful1.r." open, however nnd goccls. as cheap ns 1.000 barns,feet frames to sustain hot houses the !limber is! taxed princes$2: per in <' ti-31: itry College, al Ocala, openedlast Pillows, Woven wire springs & Cots.
Very : Mond.iy with fmr I'roSfJlctS.I .
11. F. YOHK.TlmreUv ever. )uhh [luigin: :Maine, Georgia, etl".. r wry Picture Frames made to order. Upholstering of aU kinds Solicited. Cash
nail and bolt, every inch of chain cn'I'Yfoot Fine fat muUet :arc being sold at one or easv payments
I unnounK myself a candidate Apples Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions etc., ot lope, sail cloth, twine every yard I cent apiece al lime Gulf fisheries.! Graslbnixi-s Block:7 STiii FLA.1 :::
office of Clerk of the Court 0 fJ30.LIfIrd of bagging: I is but i oleneil from 23; to 114 A light frost was visible in many parts -- ,
ibe received ths; .
,or rount).. 2flAl! f'Fpcctful1)o1icit. week at per cent.: The farmer lifts to pay the pi- \VakuIIa county a week ago. ORANGE LLEGE-- -- --- ,

lbe"fTrare; of my f1Iow-ci1iz'ns nt the WALTER, WILLS. \Memphisppeal._ Floridelphia is the mine of a new post 1

elt-ctlou \ ery' 1krpCCtf4ll3.v We counted 24 cmpa1iquor caks. on office in Ilillsboro county. G.ARDINER PACE
,, Imng \ T Wm'K; Itlal.ieMr. and Mill" STjlSilCE; .IF ELL AND
the platform one day ]lust week, to lie returned Mills: has thought it necessary to Wakulla: county has an untold wealth] ;

For County ..JtHt-e. to the shipper, and yet Starke is a expow the mendacity of ()!.C of Rhine in her t fisheries and phosphate beds. J

Ihcteby "onoIllU'I'tlult I nm a candi1.1. dry town. statements about the sugar, trust as )1 r. The Key West Saw Mill Company are SESSIONF 18889.Fall STArKE Bradford County Florida
forU.OmCC of County' .Iud!!!'. iSreckinndgc ('xpo'l'11m0thlr.! It may: adding\: a large improvement to their mill. I ,
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Hel-p'tfu1h'. : Col. :bliipman: Rep. candidate for Governor however be questioned whether the re- A Fishing= smack nt Pen!acol-i recently ) Term Opens( Monday, Sept. I

J. R KicnAun.r and F. :S.:: Goodrich. Rcp> candi- ii U is worth the endeavor for the num- caught l.COO red sos ppers on one trip. :3rd, 1888.

..... : in her of H-ople who now (attach impoi lance Levy county has: nominated for Super- REAL ESTATE AGENTS.OEANGE
to the earncsl soliciuitions of date' for Congressill: speak the city to hue words of Blainc must! be very small. H.
Vu-Ming intemfcnl Schools Kev. Rates<< : .
mwelfIfSlMate I of J. P. D Pflss. I)( Monthul.5p,2, 3, and
l I hereby nnnoonoe on Monday:' next. lie has sunk from 'the dignity of leadership .
Judge' The bill for the records for 3.50 D2eZ.&i. >...,. .
office transcribing
for the County -- --- to the ]level of a campoiirn: jester. It ,
('nsuin: ck et iOn. and respeclfallyZ Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Jones and :Master\ is his function to amiue rather than to Citrus county is $1,80U and! for Pasco: !:". .1zneAll ,- '. I '.

at k the t elUppor lnf fl'Jlow-f'itI7.cnl.: t !. Rodman returned home from their New instruct to jibe the Democracy rather $2.000. Tuition due at" THEEX& r; ,_. .

\\ :\[, F. MAI.PIICJt York trip Tuesday. They were much delighted -, than to defend anything of importance toRepublicans. What Florida needs just now is a black OF EACH MONTH, and Patrols GROVES.

,... ;. This' was indicated by the fJ'CII1l11cs!;' !! black voles' -Palatka Her will be expected to settle .
For Sherifl' to get ; to Starke and home. Promptly.
ludicrous form in which he put the argu- ald. .
Free Term will the
begin First
ii'rtiv; noitJflt'e myself !. candidate Ye Editor was presented this week by i mjnt for protection when he asked the Geo. P. Fowler has entered suit in the i in October IMPROVED FARMS
office of Sheriff of Bradford coun- of Evansville to credit the existence Monday aid will be ,
rlhe people courts! of Putnam which involve
: county
JV.. (
Mr. Morgan with a Japan persim- .
.n4, rspecimully solicit the "uffnigcof; of their town to the high tariff, since $12.UOO absolutely] FREE to County Pupils.
''y< at the cnsniojrcleclion.TtJ mon, raised by him. that weighed 141 oz., :
citizens : the tariff. is older than tho town. Blaine's Every Advantage is offered to
WO ypry ]{ fully, and measured 12 inches in circumference. day is p ainly ovet.Vithm the defeat of Tallahassee: will vote on bonding for I those desiring a good BUSINESS WILD LANDS.
city improvements at the November elec
hENRY : It has been on exhibition in our office! this. Harrison lie will drop out of public sight.or tion. EDUCATION. at a Nominal Cost. ..

lI01i'itnljon' rf many friends I week while it i is ripening and has been reappear only to amaze men that an Blichton. :Marion has Farmers For Full Particulars! to
the a apply
At candidate intellect at once so light and unscrupulous! county 1,000,000 Acres of land belonging to the FLORIDA
> mys'jlfnsa ;admired by great many. ever counted: for much in the councils of Alliance with a membership of over C. J. DEXTOX, A. B,,
Se Acefl' hei, lifT of Bradford con ii-
election] an.l rcspectfcf'ilr DiedT. a great purty. In this matter of the sugar 100.A PRINCIPAL. SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO., lt
tie coming i Must I he has perhaps been (,f certain: use infurni.1uing kindergarten department: will be added '
o'ic'1' the suffrage of my fellow- W. Anderson, Oct. 16th 1888. nt his Mills and to the Palatka the extending southward from the south'boundary of Georgia to t'ort Ilarrell" ,
Messrs. Breckinridge! academy during REAL ESTATE.
residence; in Olustce. Fla., his 67th
i'' 1.enJ. with an 'opportunity to re-emphasize: the coming year. in Monroe
\v. W. Tnrm.lx year. The cause of his death was internal county.
character of the trust IJlaine byhis J. E. Low. J. P. PRATTJ C. E.
; nine
hemouhnge. lie was buried in Lake They are raising pound sweet potatoes & OTARY PCBLJC.
Itnnoimre myself a candidate: : for :SherTof : Butler on Friday the 19th with masonic pieposterous assertions. has; helped at Oak Hill, in the Indian River Liberal Terms and Special Inducements' are offered t9

Jtairtford iiutity nnd risk the sup- honors. Missouri and California papers them to secure attention for their evidencethat region.An LOW and PRATT.
election. the trust is not product ,
friends at the coming sugar
nrt my please copy. unusu-illy large acreage is being
A. A. Tnm.... (If the present tariff, but that under the
planted] in strawberries this all over
Mr. J. \Yitlnrlelit for Ac* or. Republican! bill the trust would lie ena- year Orange Groves, -
1.< 101 htl..
For Tax Collector. Editor TEI.E6n.Ai'n-Ve are living in bli-d to rob the American people} more 3OKW;
Acres of Williams and Swann's land and lands ot
It is said
that belter sala- Property
The friends of B. Ilnyncs announce hima trying times and on account of the infliction largely than ever.-Brooklyn Citizen. : City ,

i candidate for Tax Collector of Brad- our hcautl fut' country is laboring under how Jacksonville Got the Fever. i cs to school! teaches than any town or Sam'l A. Swann, situate on both sides of the Florida Railway and Navigation -
the State. TIMBER LANDS in
city in
election and Bradford has been any partOF
at the ensuing county put to extra .
It I'd%the Copntr support of his fellow-citizens. expense. It therefore evolves upon The fever was introduced into Jacksonville St. Augustine's!,; new union depot is 3.:>x FLORIDA. Co's line of Railroad: between Feruandiua: the Atlantic coast, and

MANY: FlHEXDS. all good citizens to endeavor to lessen according to a story published 80 feet in size. and 1 will be finished by
I such expenses by electing efficient and I the Toionto Globe all I on account of a Dccemliei 1st. LOANS PLACED ON IMPROVED Cedar Keys, on the Gulf of Mexico. .

[Tannounce. myself a candidate for theTJci economical officers for the administration love affair. The following is the story as Tl e Floridian! : says Kcifer Pears make CITY PROPERTY. IJ

of Tax Collector\ for Bradford eoim- of its goTcrnment. Shall we then, pr: shall told by the Globe: the nicest that tickled Tallahasseau
pies ever -
and solicit the suffrage of my fcllowi we not have an Assessor who is a man of Tlie'pioposition that all the world loves palate Civil Engineering, Surveying, ORANGE GROVES and IMPROVED FARMSA I

'zetls: $jjie coining election. experience in the praetic:1IlJusiDess: of the a lover probably does not hold good in and Conveyancing'
HEMIY Jacksonville now This whole yellow A Chicago bootblack: sent his week'ssavings i I
office, and who promises and is al.le to
keep his promise that if elected he will fever business is a love affair.: McCor- to Jacksonville the other day, GREEN COVE SPRING, FLORIDA.No. SPECIALTY. .
myself a candidate feverto amounting to I.:; dollars.
hereby announce mick the man who brought yellow
the entire work of the office
V Ie election to the office of Tax Colt without perform calling for such assistance ns he Jacksonville was a lover. His SWeetheart The county commissioners of Jackson 4 CROCKER BLOCK. Send for discriptive pamphlet maps etc. When making. ap

M0r t of Bradford county and rehpect- is entitled to by law. I refer to Mr. J E was: 111 Plant City. and Plant City county have: appropriated :$1,000; for the POST OFFICE LOCK Box 16 vitiation for lands whether to the principal
|iy solicit the support of my fellowHesniTtfmly. Wuinrihl. a gentleman; well!I and favorably as all know was isolated on account of Mananna: high tchoul.Mosqmtos Circulars and Litho rahic Views of or agents PLEASx

zeDS, known and connected.The yellow fever. But yellow fever or nf) yellow have almost entirely disappeared Green Cove Springs will l he sent on application. REFER TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT.

law on this subject' is easily asccitained fever. :McCormick[ wanted to see his from 'the Indian River region since Correspondence Soitci ted.
M. M. HALE. M-ireh 9 1S.'i tf
by referring to :Section:: 23. Laws of gill ; so he managed to pass!' the coidon the late coolness

announce myself 118 n candidate for. Florida, chapter y.681. pp. 111\111112. under and steal au interview with his love. He Two thousand dollars have been paid O. L. KEENE, :- !. -,-- -- .
L "Brad foul and the act for :;ll l'SSment and collection; then came back to Jacksonville bringing Volusia board of health for
to I
x-Colled for 'ounty. county Dress Goods
earnestly solicit the suffrage; of. myowrciliens of revenue the appointment, nnil which by distinctly the Assessor providesfor of an yellow fever is with authority him for SurgconGeii'nilHamilton this short history quarantine purposes.: Millinery, Fancy tQ U1S\I \ \ilTl: ,:QIVSl{{ -
Ht the ensuing. W. SWEAT.. Assistant Assessor in each and cveiy district of the spread of yellow fever. It is i. The Talblussee gas and electric\ light NOTIONS.:: KID GLOVES. PARASOLS

us divided by the County Commissioners 'another confirmation of the wisdom of the company expects to turn on the illuminating Silk Umbrellas, Zephyrs and all kindsof

For Tax Assessor.! and for such compensation as sage: who once declared! there was :a woman i jets in :a few days. material for

they prcscuibe.I1opug : at the bottom of every mischief, The citizens of Leo county are already :
& [hereby nnnounce; myself -as a cnndi- may smacking I their lips' in anticipation of the Fancy TITork. )
that Mr... Wainriglit be
office af Tax As- may Pa10e
i for election to the From Highland.The : big Democratic b-iriitcues. JS Prompt attention! to orders.WVt bry Go'ds F.tort
successful in his ambition
to nnd
serve us,
V or of Bradford county, at the ensuing : fever and politics seem to be the Bay Ht., Cor. Laura, :
| ion and respectfully solicit the sup- that no mean trick envy or combination two piincipal topics of interest now days, Titllaha&see is yearning!: for street cars JACKSONVILLE. FL.1
fellow-cili7.ens. may defeat his election i am respectful! and Uiiuks that she would have no objection -
\ of my and as our town and county have no cases
He pcctfully.J. ; A subset iber to your generous paper: of the fever, politics has the field alone. to a 2 0 r oiu hotel.It I For Sale.On .

. E. W AJXIUOIIT. _ VEIUTAS. In our town the Democratic parly are not is claimed that Fernandina: and lacksonville ,
,From will the the only points in Florida affected Crosby Lake, 2! miles from
Lawtcy. making much noice. but count at aie STItlI.1.JI: : : a :I1JJ4t '
a cnidi i ia :Starke.: 10 acres Land beautifully situated .
ere y announce myself as Strawberry planting is now about over ballot. V. J. Shipman, the man who by yellow fever.
for the office of l'tt s Assessor and 8 acres under fence free from
and a very good stan has been secured the Tiling-Union's!; correspondent says The young; man who wa accidentallyshot
(ittbe suffrage of my fell'i\v-citi/ccs: th inks to tie favorable] weather which speaks twice and thinks once (more mouth at New mj'l'Ia. several; weeks: a.-o, stumps in fine order to cultivate any of

i next election. his prevailed for some we'-ks pist. It is I than brai Its), isadveitised to speak here by, ]his fiiend is getting! well. the native crops upon; 2 acres in

Veiy Respectfully M. H. MAIKIY.nnouncc estimated thai there will I be about 150; acres Oc-t. oOth" ; supposed subject: "The this lost The sudden rise i in flour has: caused that Strawberries Pear and other Fruit 225: ;Trees.Orange Grape trees Vines, 100 cm sn' rtuf( |Tux ||fcg, 1 j jWMte JJ"S
from ,
. to this This i good
tiibutuy: a
Lawtey year. cause. Quite many imrlllltIlicle) of food to jump up to &e., small frame house, with good
a net figure add does! not i include duct went to MkUlleburg tho 13th, but
. mmlidate for the strag- lrt hurnlllI Tallahassee.Henry '
myself a uoumivalofthe $:S:: a : water, right on the porch; a fine Horse,
i of Tux Aswssur; fill' Unulfoid coun- ling and inferior plantations.: \\eic disappointed; by the Stevenson has been awarded the \Vragn. Harness:: &c. For particular] CoodH?

n4 solicit :the votes of my f el low- School opened :a wcvk ago with ):'Itl'. advcilised I speakers :$100) rewaid' for the captuio I.! the negro apply to Late, 1tUJiuexy

kit tit the ensuing! elcci'on. John It. Johnston :is!: the teacher.Mr. Geo. P. Whipplo has: the handsomest: ;3 who terrorized Daytona.: JOSEPH: MELCHER: If-

Tnos. J. LEKLE. : and )In:. Geo. V. Ott, Mr. and Mis news of Mr.iwbenies of the season. Frost and ice appeared at St. Ausrustine 9-122 Starke. Fla. GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS BOOTS AND

A.V.. NiCholS nn iMr. )L A. LenN anal :Many: of our farmers ale now gihiding : November Gth last ir and -- SHOES AND :
[the sohciliitlon of citizens in dilfcrtortions as early as ye ,;
. of' the county' I announce prenl the North. J'III.Ilel'n. fort- their callC.I is expected c'lrlier this year. FINE CLOTHING. '
unate' enough to :et 'through just before I schoo'! in of Mis. J. K. NOTICE ELECTION!
Our charge
. |f is a candidate: for the office of Tax Lakeland: Inn a club known'! "Our .
the quarantine gates were clo cl.l.' The .. -
Whipple, is making line progress. .
!o4)r, and ask the consideration of my Club, the object of which is to reduce to -- .t
citi'l.cJs, We take our politics very quietly in building which .vas new somo four years ranks all (person j bearing titles. To the Sheriff Bradford Co., L1

; ill add Hint iiiy con nee lion v.ilh Kcnli Lawley, being too busy to listen to since has just had a new ll.ior and has DcLruul is full of and of the State of Florida: .
i business for the( five 'cars has speeches even if any ware made.: Occasionally bciu furnished: with handsome patent iron mugwumps, a SELLING OUT BELOW COST
past j I !
ticket will honest
1 me to IK fiiniiliar with the landed a candidate"wandeis] in out of the I frame set tees. straight as. rare as au : KNOW YE. that 1. :
man this November. Secretary of State of the Slate of
woods, shakes hands nil around looks
Bt, and would enable me more readieotnplj Our mill firm is pushing business with
r with the requirements, of the about in vain for something moist! then the usu J vigor. Capt. Jordan, of DcLand. has been Florida: do ;Iiereby.give Notice that: a

goes his way ns unobtrusively as he came. RKSIDENT. nominated! as the Democratic candidate GENERAL ELECTION '

, also anxious to compile map re- Twice a year Liley is freshly discoveredonce for county clerk of Volusia county. I will be held in Bradford County, State of To Reduce My Immense Stock of No, 1

ting the ownel'lS of all the lu.ui of by the assessor, once by the can NOTICE.There The dry goods firm of M. II. ITogcro I Florida: on Tuesday next succeeding) the

I >rd county. and to do so it is essetubve didate. & Co., of Palatka. made an assignment: to first Monday "i November, A. D. 1888 BOOTS ---
the nssi'ssiucnt hooks '!forc By the way, i I: am glad: to see in your will be sold. at late the late:of' Bradford residence Capt. It. J. Adams few days ago. the said Tuesday beIng the and SHOES !
of II I Jl'un1IIe1nali.,
columns the announcement of the name Absolute non-intercourse with Culra SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
Ucspectrully.S. Floiidu. t1ccaSt'd.oll!
F. G.ltI'lSEH.'or of Mr. H. E. Lagergren as candidate for county State I.f from May 1st to Nov. 1st is our ultimatum. For four Electors' of President and Vice-

; county surveyor. Mr.: Lagergrcn is not fie' 12th day of November to 18S8.salt! estate the pel'sOlial to- .-Gulf View. President of the United States. I am offering All Goods in my line '

County Treasurer. oily a gentleman and :a scholar, but he property belonging For one Representative of the Second ..
Mules Cattle Col. F. J. Seward DcSoto: county'sSupcrintendent
j candidate for takes and wit: Corn Fodder, Horses, District of Florida in the
flounce myself hs a a practical intelligent interest in Congressional ,
Ion to the office of County Trens- our public roads and other improvements.He Hogs. "Wagons. Carts. etc., etc.. belongingto of Public instruction, died I Fifty-first Congress! of the United States. BELOW COST !
Ca h. at Puuta Gordti short time
1 Bradford County, at the ensuing was educated: with European thoru(' h- said; estate.! Terms, : ngo. Foi a Governor of the State of Florida. ,1

$' n, and earnestly solicit the support ness in his native country. Sweden. His Oct. 12th. 1888. A new postal route has been established For Secretary: of State for the State of .
feJJow\ .ciUzens.: long residence in the South his identified I II R. .\I.DERM.N.IM.tLISE from Kcrr City, via Camden and Marshville [ Florida.: -

3.V.. JELLVM.uperintelklent him with her best interests, socially, in- };: AI.UEUMAX. to Antony, in Marion county. For mi Attorney-General of the State of Come and see for yourselves .
dustijuliy! and politically. The :r'ernandinahrror finally "givesin" Florida. -

of Public S. P. that yellow fever really existed in that For Comptroller of the State of Flor A. !1,. .von '
rer little
Instruction. of Dr. J. II. e\'s
OHO city. It took to find it out. KIRNf ,
iJ. ounce myself a candidate for thc A tine line of fertilizer constantly: ] Liver and Kidney Fillets at nisht before some ida.For a Treasurer of the State of Flor l1:1. _ __ -.- !_. '. -:!::' -_ -- -

of Superintendent of Schools ind on liaiul by Truby, Sternburg & Co. \ oil ;:Imo o to ant\bed and and vigorous you will you be !surprisedhow w ill fee Fire pounds of good Rio coffee For a .Mipcrintendcnl; of Public Io&true- 1T

i County, and ask the patronage -- ---- the next day. Only 25; cents a vial. *. for one dollar, at Truby, Sternbnrg tion of the State of Florida. -
i>pie in he coming election. For a nobby fitting bat: call on & Co.V. -I Commissioner Agriculture of

t G. P. YODNG.nounce J. W. Hodges lie is sure to please! who will club of the State of Florida. .
Any one get ttta For three .1 u-i itt's of t the Supreme Court

& myself as candidate for you. }:>-4 t live subscribers) accompanied by Truby Sternbnrg & Co. ae offering of the :Slate: of Fl->n-l.i.(:
--- -
.. ; of for Superintendent of Public in- If you want to see a fine line of live dollars, will reoive the TKLK- genuine bargains in every department. For a; n tile of Bradford -
county free for t f District. recently] adopted: by the School .
lb ping election, and solicit the sup- clothing call in at J. \V. Hodges, on JUAru one year. : For two Members! of IIou.f IJeimsFor .'
ny fellov-cilizcns. the c;>rJcr. 154tA eofali"'e.; Board. Also th..Ut..tJ and Kellogg

K T, S. ANDERSON 30 City Lots for sale cheap; Died.SALLIE a County JiMgt-. Grammars: : winch] will) bo so'd at introductory -
new stock of shoes of all kinds Centrally located. Apply to N. J. LEE, For a Clerk: If the: Circuit Court. '

by annQunce myself a candidate has just been opened at the store of Jones Starke Fla. daughter of For a ShciiiT.i prices. OM! Grammars t,-,'.I ;
ftice of ,
of Public
Superintendent J. W. Hodges. I5-4t N. C. and LKAH WAINHUWT. Fur a f.ix: Assessor. taken in exchange, also School Supplier J't: -1':>
_i lion for Bradford After a few days': severe suffciing! : the For a Tax Collector.For ..
He support of my fellow-citizens at A few sewing machines will be flower faded on the 23rd inst., at : MORGAN'S: IJAZAAR. <'
J. \V. Hodges has certainly a lovely a County Trrnsurer.Fora .
got -vt
i.;. og election. large line of shoes, bats and clothing sold! cheap l by Truby, Sternburg & the age of G years: 7 months and 20 days. C"Unty Superintendent Publu-! the SrATioNKKV: and NEWS 'DEPOT. ,.. .;: -,;
-- JOSEPH I.. HILL. I Co. back each tie
All shall come Inst'rucline.'
for sale cheap 15-4t Of pure affection s':all] he knit ag:1 in; For -
t, .. puuce mysell as a candidate f.uJo Alo') shall evil die County Surveyor.For SS
LakeYicw (Clay County) Dotlett. in his reign. Justice of: the Peace m an.l for
the office of Superintendent of Another car of Ideal and President And sorrow dwell a prisoner
for Mr. Burton our mail carrier, has a lame And then shall I oehoKl each Justice; IJi-trict in said County.For .
i>n Bradford: COUlltand, flour rel'( \"ed.hy Truby, Stern- horse. Him by: who"e kind. i>attrual !side I sprung, a Constable in mid for eadm Justice
"licitthe support! of all the burg fc; Co. this week.Ivinemherto And her, who Hrst me told .. .
I the November election. :10 On Saturday, Oct. 27tb, this district That heaven loves the innocent and young.itOYl District in "id ('om1l" .
Thy ::ttcniiiin of ihe Sheriffs i U called In
selects Justice of the Pc-tce and Con-
s C. J. IhtY.xT.r new subscribciswe stable. a the law requiring! them to caiiMj the notice _-_ -_ ------ --.- ---... -- -- ----- -- .
I will send the TELEGRAPH till of said election I In
County Surveyor.y ; published in a newspaper '
The Lakevicw Fruit and
Fan. 1 1890) for dollar. Vegetable printed in the county. if there be a
> announce myself candidate( Growers'! Association has addition of :
tifiice 6f paper in the county. and if there be no STARKE CARRIAGE FACTORY ; ;
I County Surveyor for membership, is in a flourishing condit on t
The first solid published" the
I County nnd ivsK ct fully solicit carload of nails and the members are very much interested no piper Clitflt3' they
l rt of the voters of the County atpg that ever came to this county was I I in the benefit derived therefrom. It is shall rau-c at least; fiv. copie of this no- ..,
tice to !III' posted in the ,
most public pl.icesin ;
election. received LvrIt.uhy, Sternburg &; (.'o.a in fact a great bcssing; to this part of the Iho county! ,

L. II. E. LAGLIUUIN. few days a 140. county.Ye IN TESTIMONY[ WHEREOF. I h-iv

4nuo%iuce mvself a candidate We candidate wearing the road out. hcrt-unt'i set my !ind: :ami alli.edr Wagons Made To Order,

y Surveyor for Bradford County ate prepared to print correct :The Lakeview :Sunday: Schcol has ic- [ C i* the Great Seal t:! the Stale of
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the support uf the voters.the election tickets on short notice and cc Vl'rllts new organ and with Mr. K:lis- Fiond.i. ':YJ.l.ih.iSNCf.! ; the Cap .

. clec.tuon. at reasonable "rates.: Call in and mann as organist, is quite an addition. ilai.! this the! iwi-mielh day\ of Plows MadellTo! Ordereairina ,- -

I W, II. Emy.\UPS. Ica\'c your orders. Mrs. E. L. Wilkins was on last :Saturday: Aujist. ,V I). 18' 3. !
? elected Assistant Superintendent. JOHN I,. HIWPOKO, *2
}miter nf School loanl. From ScreUry ot bt.iie.:
, Camp Maxwell. On Friday; Xevembu-rSiid. commencing HENRY. EPl'KKSU.N";; all kinds dona :rreati' and { with :
I have nothinsr ot : J liTs.atcl
4 Minounre myself a candidate of interest to cnmmuni- al 9.30) a. in., there will l he at this place] agiand I JShvrill liradford! Co.Tallahassee. ,

mlitrcf School Board of Brad'y catiM-M-ept reporting)( to you a joke perpitiattd I Democratic re-uu"on. barbecue :; Fl.i., Aug. :20. 18SS. _
find solicit the on one of brother-quarantine:
respectfully my and basket pic-nic. There! will be an assignment -
my Ml!.>-citizens at the en !. officers not far away from our camp. It i of "big guns" from the State HORSE-SHOEING BLACK-SMITHING

Very Respectfully, i is a shame that we should thus be nvide a Democratic: Executive Committee, lot int- The ladies of the Christian church ,
J. C. lhii.p target of: the public must think .
I we can trig Bradford's! Illustrious and
- T W i_- stand anything. Some time last week one orator lIon. J. I.. Gaskins.son also brilliant some of 4K114POWDER will give a dinner and Mippt-r on I the All kinds of Iron and Wood Work solicited.
re m\self candidate for ihe of ; :
fiber my collogues and chief quarantine of- the cream of our \local talent including 6th of next ,vemu1mcr fur the l euv- .
cf the School Boaid: for ficeis from far-'distant )
a ('lIUIltnot was .IUp J F. Grcer lions.
P. C.
pounlv. and solicit tho Fisher fit of the church.SURVEY1SG. I
r informed that stranger
support a
mysteriously C. P. IavS. M.
nut the coming election. made his appearance in the town of IIJ: G N. Dunlin and others Hendrieks.with L.the'W. Zim on.! ----- -., -- -- / you want a Buggy, Wago.i, Backboard; Surrey, Phaeton ; .
; I
L. })
I or i.\s. and that .
suggested an investigation tak' W. A. Drake' our next Senator from this CiVIL EXGIXEERISG
[Hiinounc-e myself--- '-a- candidntc-- I place.stiriounded The ()officer with posse forthwith t district: .rIllS111 be the winding up of I R. F- ENSEY C. or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a Ban
the house and E.
F of School inquired for the campaign nUlla! 111'that. ,
Uoar.l, and ask the I one fi .1
the 1 11 -
stranger mui by right lie had
the \ e are assured that "
people. quite a number of STARKE. '
I entered the city nnd evaded quarantine.: our Bradford friends will be Absolutely Pure. :' I can supply your want on short notice ,..L.Qarriag .
. P. S. Cmws. heie. j if for D1UUGlm LST1MAT I.EVZLJNG ETC., -- **&&&
j. .-- The \little stranger, only a few hours old, nought: els. to hear her next Representative EXECUTED WITH ACCURACY AND

"Stlco of the could produce no certificate but let it be tbe lou.J. L. Gaskins, This j>cmler never varies. A marvel : DISPATCH. A anufacttiring A Spec
. -,. known nevertheless, that his voice could ', of purity, strpnglh and vholesomenessMure 'l'erms.S.OOpe day. /f/A
'H'Jf a candidate for the be heard far \LCOX. .
above the sound of the throbbing economical than tho onlinary ,
> 'C. of the PC* r for District pulse of the vigilant and zealous i ki'.uland cannot ho soul I iii otupetition. ,/. '
"'ucit the suffrage of the vot- quarantine: officer O. C. P. iI I Another large invoiceof ml lry oods with tho multituile" low test, short Hay by 'ear: Toad; 'jr "

"l c-I cllon. j I Yours trul)'. received this week at'm- I wei-iht. alum of phospliaio powilers. hundred at", Truby,. \-. 1
J. Q. ADAMS. JW.W. b 1'1" .' .'" Snt.l only in cans. Hiking 1'ow-
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AJiMAGE'S'' SERMON. eoollnf your body and son! in the food Lamartin teHi tu that Zteg JTlmrod LEAF-CUTTINQ ANTS ThE HAIR OF SAVAGES If the Wae sad bladder bceom*-rtcraaically HYouar

cheer of the Gospel and swimming away said to his three sons: "Here are three inactive. A healthful stimulus.'whichtails

into the mighty deep of God's love, yon vases, and on is of clay another oi btorectlar ..- Xd by HakoralUt VOTT UM Astotlas sad Seth I J4en shortdItaUObUt Is yet sufideat, .'

A Hunting Scene in the Adirondack are fighting a whole kennnel of harriers.A amber and another of gold. Choose now I cat Are K *p Within cm"BV to tt o important organ* -1
I few days ago I saw In the Adirondacks which yon will have." The eldest 'son, Mr. Thomas Belt gives In Ms book I Bounds.'w i Stomach Bitten, yeerLes,

ForniaLes a Theme. a duff lying across the road, and he having the first choice, chose the vase "A Naturalist In Nicaragua," an entertaining : ms Asiatics have always been ate* among remedies -for malarial fever etA '

c/ seemed unable to get up, and I said to of gold, on I which was written the _account of the leaf-cutting antS : O for decorating t he The dp' febeS a rhenmatisn most convenienthousehold

; Utb*Staff to Permed: by the Hound, So some hunters near by: word "Empire," and when opened it was 8 he had study them in garden Mo.mme of sve their restorative and tonic.___ Tutfs'
to Mankind B...t by Temptation "What Is the matter W1th'that dog!" found to contain human blood. The second in t h except a single kot hair ate :

J. and Tro.blc,_The DI- They answered: "A deer hurthim., son, ir'*H"'g the next choice, chose Cnt Amerc Te insects h top of the which was DOzl would bo unknown it there

S Ttn Solace. And I saw he had a great swollen paw the vase of amber Inscribed with the s tr a shrubs a fole the Mohammedan w courtlnt T after marriage .

i. S and a battered head, showing where the word "Glory,"and when opened it .contained but the native trees do not suit tem 8 I left for a practical purpose that, at the I before. _-_ -_. _ _

animal street him. And toe probability the ashes of those who were once walled ell result I doctrine being E.P. autobiography and last story, t b ys.dyy.
BeT.T. the a ctvat one Te i a.1
DeWlttTalmags preached
I Is that some of you might give a mighty c great The third son took the vase of the dead the angel Queen B ,"complete in Lipptneotft3ftj0tum ** wuk 1 ae
n following aennoa in the Brooklyn Tab- tat they get it a garden it ron Sp ready Sect-2GL For sale evervwhereor flg1a Rsvg1
clip to might damage of clay, and opening it found it empty, detailed attend
your pursuers you was specially t .
ernacle at the opening scrriee after his means the complete of all Grel mailed to any address on receipt .tal ?pyshssjsIIffr
their business, you might worry ut on the bottom of it was inscribed the detrcon and he ,.
: Mohammedans, Phua r **b.
retain from his yacation. His themn red Lirriscorr's MA.OAZXSX,
summer into Ill-health, you might hurt of God. King 2Timrod asked b fruit trees and plat t t Accordingly 0(2 ct

text was: they have hurt you, but after all, it Is not courtiers which vase they thought When the ante one of their tem byte top-knot. tet "HJLicD; is as handsome does," but SOLD

As the hart panteth lLt'.erhe water brooks, worth while. You only have hurt a weighed the most. The avaricious men net or hills De garden of the -kot wa left full and strong i order l isn't always) that handsome does -

ao pantctn my soul after Thee 0 God.-P&almi hound. Better be off for the Upper of his court said the vase of golJ The i he took i te dislodge that the hold might not break, a is.-Rochester pE.
xl1L: L measures handome'
Saranac, Into which the mountains ofGod's said the vase of the naturalit t acid hole being left in the top of the coffin i -S '#;
I' David who tan t some time have seen eternal strength look down and pet men said the empty vase, because them by pouring carbolic order facilitate the angel's work. AH, THAT TwnrcB' YoUre rheat c.c:
&deer-hunt, points ns here to a hunted mixed with water down their t Seek relie'.from Glen's Sap
moor their shadows. As for your one letter of the name of God outweighed nest
hair dressing and Dye,
tag making for the water. The fascinating This drove The Chinese method of i Hair Wk :
physical disorders the worst strychnine a H's
text the hart Is universe tem out description,
animal called In need
my you can take is fretfulness, aid the best For Him I thirst for His grace I beg, .'Set day. says Mr. Belt, tl found too well known t IT Is middle-area man who .
the animal that in sacred and
c fane same literature is called the the pro.m roe- is religion. I know people who on Hi my alL Without them busily employed bringing up the while in India the styles a both numerous Ing girth tells mm what the wat of tims.B.dom

I t staj. were only a little disordered, yet H can not be happy. I have ted I and diversified, many of the i _.
; buck, the hind the gazelle the reindeer. from the old burrows and -
have fretted themselves into complete the and does well enough atfoo
In Central Syria, in Bible times. there word. i a ta few Punjab being distinguished 3-foot French Glass, Oval
valetudinarianism. while others is too uncertain a world.I carrying it t a new one a yards tb t FREE! A
whole fields of them, a goes; bt i from other by their methods of Chorry Cigar Case. Mxa-
N ; were pasture sickle or
asp from I have distance, and here I: first noticed a
ut their trust In God and came up a not prejudiced witness. Font .W.T &
Solomon when he : hair. OXLY. C.Cc
suggests says the very shadow of death, and have been one of the most torate or t use wonderful instance of their reasoning dressing their -8I
; charge by the hinds of the field. and Pt.CONsu
you Lubbock Darwin
lived comfortably twenty-five years with a more Christian one the most According to Ix at least, a potato patch
Their antlers Jutted from the long gras S power."Btwe Irelad 1
: S as they lay down. No hunter who has only one lung. A man with one lung ble ofeOed' in my parents, the old burrows and the other authorities, the head dressing of s in
but God with him Is better off than fiacejof bless in the Aeuu.
a : .
my ornate
) ble' natvity. the South Sea BaT
been long in{"John Brown's tract? will new one was steep Instead 11ader i -
godless man with two lungs. e 4t USaUETLIessed e alop.
my my their
wonder that in the Bible they were i last not infrequently afflicted with Sir Eyes use Isaac
Some of you have been for a f.retime" .tork, blessed my natural tempera of descending th with teir burdens, de i.
i VtJ'ja.Druggists
: classed clean animals, for their hair ingeniously Thompson's Eye it2
among thes i blessed Inmy of the styles a s s
?s dews, the showers the lakes washed them around Cape Fear when yoo)went, blessed my famy they set them down on the top create the impression Ia

as clean as the sky. ought to have been sailing around Cape opportunities, a comfort slope, whence they rolled down t the grotesque a t Boas without word*-those which C
Good Hope. Do not turn back but go able blessed in the hope that that the arrangement wa Tt has
When Jacob, the Patriarch, longed for lvelio bottom, where another relay of laborers m_ permanently
I ahead. The deer will accomplish more my go to Heaven through the for the purpose of creating laugh- -1 of cases
venison Esau shot and brought home a carried them tote solely pronomtcea brd
picked and
roebuck. Isaiah compares the sprightliness with its swift feet than with its horns. pardoning grace of God, and my body, tem up t er. most of the hair on the less. If you hare
't I saw whole chains of lakes in the unless it be lost at sea or cremated in new burrow. It was amusing to Smetie toms, such as
of the restored cripple of millennial camberof
Adirondacks and will lie down in the watch the out with head i clipped away, leaving a Breathintr. te -
times to the long and quick jump of the from one height you some conflagration, ants hurrying < de
stag, saying! "The lame shall leap as can see thirty, and there are said to be gardens of Greenwood among my kindred bundles of dropping them over short, round tufts a though thectip amo PISO'S CUREimmediately.
the over eight hundred in the great and friends, some already gone and e were planted with short paint By]
hart. solomon expressed his disgust the slope ad rushing back immediately
at a hunter who having shot a deer ness. So near are they to wilder-I others to come after me. Life to many for also out brushes. Occasionally the hair i cutaway

e S'. is too lazy to.: cook it, saying: that your mountain guide picks? up and has been a dappitent but to me i more. They brought from forehead and temples, d
carries the boat from lake lake the has been and great of dead ants that the th
to a ; yet nubr uch
t 4I i 'The slothful man roasteth not that surprie it at the and back of the yOIopudla
:i I :1 which he took in hunting." small distance between them for that declare that if I did that God was fumes the carbolic acid had kie levi top O t

? A But one day David, while far from the reason being called a "carry." And the now my friend and ever present help, 1 "A few days afterward, when he; smete the back of the head .

I home from which be had been driven, realm of God's word Is one long chain should be wretched and terrorstruck.But ,the locality again I found both v the 1 f sve leaving the hair on the top chess 1k
of bright refreshing lakes; each promise I want more of I have thought ite but the entire oeWs'Sn
I I and sitting near the door of a lonely cave Him o burrows and the new one ad ; generally cloth you 4_
t where he had a lake, a very short carry between over this tex and preached this sermon entrlydesere fm
\ lodged, and on the banks of hair left upon the all the ziAcenary &
I & pond or river, hears a pack of hounds them and though for ages the pursued to myself until, with all the aroused energies and I thought they had de gw i adornments head appliances to rids,

T in swift pursuit Because. of the previous have been drinking out of them they are of my body, mind and soul, I can of; subsequent events convincedme a capillary te eat, flab, hunt WS

I silence of th-e forest the clangor startles full up to the top of the green banks, and cry out: that the survivors had only New Zealanders a very long and or stay at horns,at

him, and he says to himself: "I wonder the same David describes them, and they As the hart panteth after the water brooks, away to a greater distance. move bushy, the coiffure of a chief generally Brilliaiit styles and quanttHja
seem so near together that in three different soul after 0 God. One what ia required tad
. what these dogs are after." Then there 1 panteth my The. "It twelve months before assumes enormous prporon
is a crackling in the brushwood and the places he speaks of them as a continuous Tough Jesus Christ make this God was fully traveler mentions the fat seeing a Durable COIFORTXSlY.aadmitimat. *at lbs valMafte
I had then
: river, saying: withstand my garden was a
loud breathing of some rushing wonder your and you can any ivae chief in New Zealand whose head dr ess: QUIDS!, which, wffl be
t of the wood, and the antlers of a deer "There is a river the streams whereof thing and every thing, and that which number of rose trees, and also cabbages receipt of 10 eeatotoaMONTGOMERY

rend the leaves of the thicket, and by an shall make glad the city of God;" "Thou affrights others will inspire ,ou As In growing, which the ants was over three feet in diameter and arrg Economical W/
halt make them drink of the rivers of time of old Christian seme in long cones, the surface of the
: instinct which all hunters when an
recognize earthquake
else. 341.114 Mhhtg15
to Lvw5s
prefer to every thing rose Diamond Dyes excel all ethers
I plunges into a pond or lake or river *ocool Thy pleasures; "Thou greatly enricnestit woman was asked whether she was divided into a great num P&ua

its thirst and at the same time, by with the river of God which is full of scared, answered: "No I am glad that I trees were soon stripped of their of small and the hair in Purity and Fastness. -, 5, .5

; its capacity.for swifter and longer swim water." have a God who can shake the world,"or, leaves and great havoc was madeamongst br each twisted cle and gow- Steng just good. Be- 5-.

; ming, to get away from the foamiag harriers. But many of you have turned your baokon as in a financial panic, when a Christian the cabbaa ing i up so a ae a
I David says to himself: that supply and confront your trouble, merchant was asked if he did not fear he "I followed them their and t form inverted cones, the point being. ware of imitton theyare

"Aha, that is myself! Saul after me, and you are soured with their circumstances would break, answered: "Yes I shall found it about two hundred t yards neat frm toward the scalp. made cheap and inferior

Absalom and you are fighting society, and break when the fiftieth psalm breaks in with these extraordinary weak
t I after me, enemies without number the one of the before. I poured But not content materials, and give poor, ,
: t after me. I am chased, their bloody you are fighting a pursuing world. and the fifteenth verse: 'Call upon me iiu the year the South Sea Islanders To be of

muzzles at my heels, barkingat : troubles, instead of driving you into the day of trouble; I will deliver thee and down the burrows, a before, several appendes. of their hair crock colors sure

my good nam barking after cool lake of Heavenly comfort, have made then hlt glorify me.' 0, Christian bucket of water with carbolic acid. hve prctce dyeing use- only the DIAMOJTD

xuy soul. Oh, the hounds the hounds 1 you stop and turn round and lower your men women pursued. of annoyancesand The ants, a before, were at once withdrawn and i the most extraordinary color DYES for coloring Dresses, Stock- Ii

S But look there," David, "that rein- head and it is simply antler against; exasperations, remember that The natural color of their hair i a jetty
says !h from garden; and two days : Feathers
my ings '
fleer has splashed into the water. It puts tooth. I do not blame you. Probably but whether a still hUt or a black, but they have a number of Yarn Cets. UTEst
afterward, visiting the place. I piment MiF
under the Ribbons &c\
its hotlips and nostrils! into the cool wave same circumstances I would : cry, will soon be over. If ever a the of which well warrant. ,
that have done worse. But you are all wrong. whelp looks ashamed and ready to slink found all the survivors at work on one u i kow them color
washes ,
. ,. the lathered flanks, and it them which color their to more good package LPN I L'AI Ds t
by they
ewims away from the fiery canines and it: You need to do as the reindeer does in out of sight i is when in the Adirondacks track that le directly t the old nest t for other 'ag7i
; February and March-it sheds its horns. d' tremendous locks red, green, blue, yellow and L package, ta any i 1 Lsr
is free at last. Oh, that 1 might find in a er, by one long, of the year before, where they were
the deep wide lake of (iud': mercy and The rabbinical writers allude to this; plunge into Big Tupper lake gets away busily employed making excavations. white, and every variety of color may dyes ever mjide, ad give more

I consolation escape from my pursuers. resignation of antlers by the stag, when from h The disappointed canine be seen in the course of a day's walk brilliant and durable colors. Ask OV seed$1aubsr
It was a wholesale and entire immigration.
Oh for the waters of life and rescue I As they say of a mau who ventures his money swims a little way, but, defeatd But the New Zealand dandy i frequently for the Diamond'and take no other. w. 1.weA3 .

the hart panteth after the water brooks,. in risky enterprises, he has hung it on swims out again and cringes wih -St. LOli Glob-Democat not satisfied with having hair one isis? Z a
: so panteth my soul after Thee, 0 God." the st&z's: horns; and a proverb in the iated yawn at the foot of master. *. b A Dress Dyed 1 FOR
I have just come from the Adirondacks, far East tells a man who has foolishly And how abashed and ashamed will all HOUSEKEEPING NOTES. color, and so will die it in several,making

. ;1 and the breath of the balsam and spruce; lost his fortune to go and find where the your earthly troubles be when you have bands or stripes across h cranium. A Coat Colored \ |10

'1 and pine is still on me. The Adirondacks deer shed her horns. My brother, quit: dashed into the river from under the The Advantage of Steam CookIng Compared A recent traveler records having seen aNew Garments Renewed J

: are now populous with hunters and L LS the antagonism of your circumstances,, throne of God and the heights and with Other :ode Zealander with an enormous shockof CENTS. LMEMO
the quit misanthropy, quit complaint, quit between and The steamer a kitchen utensil that A Child !
S deer are being slain by the score. depth : are yon i hair. In front the hair was can use tem
: Talking a few days ago with-a hunter I pitching into your pursuers; be as wise, your pursuers. We are told in Rjvela- is not used enough for many kinds of bushy : At and Merchant*. .
as, next spring will be all the left its natural color. Next, from Dat .D
thought I would like to see whether my reindeerof ton 22d and lath, "Without are dogs, food are better steamed than ea

1 text was 'accurate in its allusion, and as the Adirondacks. Shed your horns. by I conclude there 1 a whole kennel and the operation better done boie this I across the top of the head to the other,, RICHARDSON & CO..

I heard the dogs baying a little way oft But very many of you who are wrongedof t of hound outside the gate of Heaven, i came a strip of white hair, then a band I BURLNTOl. VERMONT.

4 and supposed they were on the track of a the world-and if iu any assembly between or, as a master goes in a door, h way. It i better t steam fish than t of then a streak of green, then a .

5 reindeer, I said to the hunter in rough Sandy Hook, New York, and Golden dog lies on the steps waiting for him r boil it. and oysters are delicious when re and this Any b..k Wad tearmed waapeak1eg taM i
parti-colored savage YOUR
corduroy: 5- Gate, Sun Francisco, it were asked L come out, so the troubles of this life may cooke in this way. They are drained, wt
hi "Do the deer always make for the water: that all those that had been sometime follow us to the shining door, but they on a plate and steamed for who resembled nothing so much a PURIcY Wb.Uja.lft.. a5*

S when they are pursued?" badly treated should raise both their can not get in "Without are dogs!" lad abut a extraordinary habited clown in the P1rey eeadeeea d b
ten minutes until look white and
I'3,,3 '" He said: hands and fuH response should be made,, I have seen dogs and owned that I they circus, was not only the admiration ol F Great Ia4 .e with BMBtetfrospectmt. opinion tt 9r.WtakAtti
< there would be twice as many lirted as dog ; plump. The liquor is used for a dressing world-tamed Speciiilrt to UM Mi
0, yes Mister, you see they are a hot would not be chagrined to see the himself, but of the entire village in ,
Gre1e.!Tb. ths siSsi
4 and thirsty animal'and they know where persons present-I say many of you would I eavenly city. Some of the grand old L after beating and mixing with a which he lived, so that in New Zealand But do not use the dangerous Alkali and MUCT. D. P.. iaitorKfebarti
j the and when declare: "We have always done the best who the of of the being Prgt.r.the 5
water hear equal
S Is. they dangerin watcb-dog are constabulary quantity cream, liquid preparations: which destroy Ire by ProL A.W13TTh.
p the distance they lift their antlers and L we could and tried to be useful and whywe in solitary places, and for: thickened with a little cornstarch.If a well a i more civilized countries, nervous Meruria system and ruin the digestive your sAxI sais?4t2* y

snuff the breeze and should become the victims of mali n- have been the of the adage: "Variety L> the splve I power
start for the Racquet only protection .
year cake steamed o
plum for three of the stomach. The -ni
hour Vegetable King NEWESTOSfE
ment, or invalidlsm, or mishap is in- i :
or Loon or Saranac, and we get into outs wife and child; some of the shepherd life. is perfectly trus. :
: and then baked for hour it better dom tee best and safest
gives .lIIdsgi.r
_. cedar shell boat or stand by the 'run scrutable. that drive back the wolves and bark an i -+ u remedia GR.ESORT'S I t =%.
/, away' with rifle loaded ready to blaze Why, do you know that the finer a deer dog the fiock from going too near the; than when baked i the ordinary way. How to Help Your Digestion agencies Sherman* devotci grea'er! wceeIinst1ng1Sa

_, away." and the more elegant its proportions, precipice some of the dogs whose Stale brea and biscuit ca b.rendered part of his life o the discovery of this reliable VII VLII IumplngeeSOLITAI

S S My friends. that is one reason why :I and the more beautiful its bearing,, the neck and paw Landseer, the painter, has I fresh when new, Almost ever day we feel the unpleasant and safe remedy,and l it Ingrdient RE I : :M-

5 like the Bible so much-its allusions more anxious the hunters and the houndsare immortal, would not find me shutting a a s Try Aucocs's :. are vegetable. He HUDZD 70
are five six minutes. indigston gave name those sending*O correct%e.
mae : by steaming or i te
so this to nature. Its partridges are real to capture it Had that roebuck a them out from the gate of shining D POBOCS ad relieved. J. P. a*. The gam*complete.wttfcmaitod

: partridges, its ostriches real ostriches, ragged fur and broken hoofs, and au L pearL Some of those old St. Bernard not let the condensed steam drop on Davenport, of Canarsie, New York,wits: Prickly Ash 44 Bradwar.for CO cent XCWTHAX ,by TM 1LxcrrtG

-, and its reindeer real reindeer. I do not obliterated eye and a limping gait, the dogs that have lifted perishing travelersout the bread when the cover i removed. I have been very much troubled a Biter THX lAaoss-

S 4 wonder that this antlered glory of the hunters would have said: "Pshaw! don't of the Alpine suowjHhe dog that John Butter the bread a it i removed and violent pain below my chest bone. I w a name every one can w 3s Th14 PZ 7

r' : text makes the hunter's eye sparkle and dear.let us" waste our ammunition on a sick: Brown the Scotch essayist, saw ready to pile lightly on a hot dh. Tough told by several physicians that it was present day noPiing has been discovered

his cheek glow,and his respiration quick i spring the surgeon lest in removingthe : fowls made tender chickensby rheumatism of the dphrg It resulted is so beneficial for the Blood, for the "ta
So ,
if there a from cold little
.5 were no noble stuff in a a very
en. To say nothing of its usefulness, I your cancer, he too the poor exu.
for the
makeup if you were a bifurcated nothing steaming long two hours or appetite and food with great Kidneys andfortheStornach.remedy This CND1FLOYD
8 a
although it is the most useful of all game, I woman whom the dog felt bound to
-----------.- its flesh delicious, Its skin turned into if you were a forlorn failure. yon would I protect: and docs that we caressed I so, i they a veterans; fill with a difficulty. I placed one AT.T.COCK'S FOROCSPLABTBB is now so well and favorably known

human apparel, its sinews fashioned into be allowed to go undisturbed; but the, in our childhood days or that in latter stuffing of bread crumbs, etc., before below the breast bono and two one by al who have used it that argument a litCOTTON

bow-strings. Its antlers putting handles I fact that the pack is in full cry after you time laid down.on the rug in seeming putting in the steamer.A side. I the courseof twenty.fou t is merit i is useless,and i others who & M0<

., on cutlery, and the shavings of its horns is proof positive that you are splendid I sympathy when our homes were desolated.I useful size of steamer to have all c and I was able t rquire a correciv to the system would .IaaI Pi2

used as a restorative, taken from the game and worth capturing. Therefore say,i some soul entering Heaven should i eat and digest square mea something but give it tfial health ot this country .
draws one twelve inches high and fitting I had not done before in .
sarcasm on its "finest head.1Therefore p
you abut
name of the hart and called hartshorn. happen to leave the gate ajar and these would be vastly Remember
-' the world goes gunning for : over an ordinary iron-pot. Steamers I got better constantly, and at the end of Improed
.4# +- But, putting, aside its usefulness this enchanting you faithful creatures should quietly walk in, the iame- Ask
f creature seems made out of with its best Maynard breech-loader. it would not at all disturb my Heaven may be got small enough t fit a sven dy found myself entirely welL your for it.
Since :have used Fonocs druggist
1 i gracefulness ant. elasticity. What an Highest compliment is it your talent or: But all those human or brutal hounds tea-kettle, or big enough have several ALCOCK'S COTTOX circa.ATtej

I. ;; eye,with a liquid*brightness, as if gathered your virtue.or your usefulness. You wil I that have chased and torn and laceratedthe L Things t that PLasma for colds, coughs and pains i PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO., Piatatio MILL ISO aad
are side and I have found
I ujp from a hundred lakes of sunset!I be assailed in proportion to your great world; yea, all that now bite or worryor comparment. my always the Sole Propriety ST. CHICKASAWJOILM IMNMDm.
Ir steamed not burn and quick and effective.b LOOTS,MO.
achievements. once over
j i The hornsa coronal branching into every The bast and the mightiest; tear to pieces, be ca a a.ILtMLa.a CS,
being the world ever saw, had set after shal prohibied pot of boiling water, the hurried ; V3AJU THIS ttn i
S possible curve and after it seems "Without are dogs? place house : some people thelilgh-dr awl-tc form of! ASSORTED LAMPS IN
done, advancing into othecpro Him all the hounds terrestrial ani; diabolIc harsh critics or back-biteI s or despoilers keeper may dm them from her speech bespeaks water on the BARRELS .GMUUSH'S VierfAiwlMa

jections of exquisiteness. a tree of and they lapped His blood after the of the reputations of others. Down with I only taking care that the fire raQ bra-E JUST THE GOODS FOR RETAIL TBADXI cores Ukindsaadiemiued

I polished bone uplifted in prideor Calvarean massacre. The world paid I you to the kennels of darkness and despair mind CAN1Ffl:
nothing to its Redeemer but get s low a t let the water ASH BITTERS good for Tobacco okiflS.rowtiioCCccrotths .
swung down for awful combatIt a bramble Th) has reached the eternal I.Pr any by i
f and a cross. Many who have done their hat cease boiling. This must not done what Frank Gnggsby, of \ CWULESA 6nUJU
'. velocity embodied. Timidity impersonated. water brook and the panting of the Ion b Dodge Kas.t : "For three :I THIS rPXX Mf
says years
to make the
z, The world better have had I for an instant-Good C
enchantment of the chase quieted in still pastures, and Hoseeepillg. a disease that my physicianspronounced : _
I woods. Eye lustrous in life and patheticin : such a rouh time of it that all their ."There shall be nothing t hunt or de -. incurable. My friends hagivenmeuptothewben 1 i C-3E3CMJ'EU.IX- I GfNTS WANTEL1;

death. The splendid animal a complete pleasure is in anticipation of the next in all holy mount." TYPORAPHICAL BULLS I I was induced CHINA GL/SS Lsrsst and hwrt U----,
Go's AND
S rhythm of muscle, and bone, and world, and they could express their own sty, when some of you get there it try your reme. I took it for three monthsand GUES.DL 3.ItiOW. puauaBZH<

I color, and att'/ude, and locomotion. feelings in the words of the Baroness of be like what a hunter tells of when wi Fanny Errors Which Mad Considerable have 8 tads in weight. A Si
5 whether couched in the grass among the :Nairn at the close of her long life: was pushing his! canoe far up north in Noise In the World. a well ma and Pky Ash Bitt-r obligations i CANCEREDUCA1; ..

:, S shadows, or a living bolt shot through the Would So would you be not young I; again? the winter ani. aid the ice-floes, and a Shortly after the invention of printing t mllfe mee a and will never.cease to re t IAPU.II

: forest. or turning at bay to attack the One: tear of memory given, hundred miles, &he thought, from any the wife of a printer i Germany, oend CATARR

hounds, or rearing for its last fall under Onward HI hie. other human beings. He was started I while an edition of the Bible was in the -
Tax book unlike
reviewer other
h%_, the backshot of the trapper. It i* a splen Life's dark wave forded o'er, one day a he heard a stepping on Jter:
press on one occasion made a small but do his best work wtaa
.: did appearance that -the painter's pencil L All but at rest on shore ice, and he cocked his rifle ready to meet men c i. cr
fails to sketch, and only a hunter's dreamon Say. would you plunge once more, any thing that came near. He found i a important change in the types. The l cudlUnL"A |[BJ'S Cream BahT 1] BETfflAEllUI40LLYsP1CJ:

S a pillow of hemlock at the foot of St With home so nigh! ? man, barefooted and insane from long sentence in Genesis in which it i de .. \:.Ilb" ,

*: Regis is able to picture. Then twenty If you might would you now exposure approaching him Taking lard that Eve shall b subject t her .- Mississippi n;grj;who went iato EXT BROd..M Warm SC.S.T.EAGLE Charity Tftl Institution from **areth.Is co a>' j

.. miles from any settlement, it comes down Retrace your way? him into his canoe and kindling fires to husband runs thus: "He shall be thlort' r the country t pick cotton returned convenient from the the Beth rilro4il

S P at eventide to the lake's edge to drink Wander through stormy wilds war him, he restored him and found out (Herr). This was altered much He was asked: COTTON GINS tion of pupils at*Titt"tarsapplytotheSVZ'
among the lily pads, and, with its sharp Faint and astray? | where he bad lved, and took him to his t dgt.
edged hoof shatters the crystal of Long :Night's gloomy watches Ccd home and the village ia great hUe shall b thy fool' (Xarr). Many "Didn't you get any oiTer to pick cotton THEB ABE THE BEST. sm-DY.

.S lake it is very picturesque. : But only Hope's Morning smile all beaming around us red.shed excitement A hundred men were search- copies of the book got into circulationbefore ?" He replied: "Yes, sich 8 dey Cotton Presses, and HOME .
A r when, after miles of pursuit, with heaving Heavenward. away! ing for this lost man, and his family and the substitution of the one L was. A white offered Oones ma5..ClrcoUra trea.8horthMiU.
wor I man me one VT CO
l ;sides and lolling tongue and eyes Yes, for some peole in this world there friends rushed out to meet him; and, a I for the other was in C.C.Glow A lo., PLB 01 W I I 3 lO COLLytlKof i.&Wt.J
:: swimming in death the stag leaps from seems no let-up. They are pursued from had been agree.l, at his first appearance black letter Herr di'ver much fourth of what-I picke. I joss took a Iro. t. %'. gins5ep.I.1orcUtfl
L the Cliff into Upper Saranac can you realize youth to manhood and from manhood bells were rung, and guns were discharged Nal resemble look at de field, and I saw for my eUdt _
S how much he wanted God when he and each other. It said that the
into old banquets and
age. Very distinguished are when hit was ail hitwouldn't
sprea picked
S expressed himself in the words of. the Lord Stafford's hounds and Earl of Yar- the rescuer loaded pres practical joke cost the unfortunate

4: i.. : : text: borough's hounds and the Duke of Rut ents. Well, when some of you woman her life, she having been condemned amount t onefour s I SrS
"It F Ai the hart pa.nteth aft<>r the water brooks 1, land's hounds, and Queen Victoria pays : step out of this wilderness, where you t the stake by the leff for home. I tel you, boi, was
; panteth my soul after TheeO, God. have been chilled and torn eleit- in luck that I
S $ ,500 per year to her master of buck- and sometimes cal authorities. During the get fooled. But
q:,. Well, now, let all those who have com hounds. But all of them put together do i lost amid the icebergs, into the of last lattr part I my 'refmetic was all what saved me. I
awkw d
: &< ing after them the lean hounds of paver not equal ia number. or speed, or powerto : warm greeting of all the villages of the centr an me tell send

: ty, or the black hounds of persecution or hunt down, the great kennel of hounds glorified and your friends rush out to give ocurr i this country in printing you yer.chius to schoL"Tey TO MAKE :

,t the spotted hounds of vicissitude, or the of which Sin and Trouble are owner and i yon a welcoming kiss, the news that there Bible. I th edition the word "not"; A
4. ; pale hounds of death were engaged. She was well DELICIOUS BI
.5 or who are in any master. i another soul forever saved will call the was the seventh command-

: : wise pursued fly to the wide, deep, glorious But what is a relief for all those pur caterer of Heaven to spread the banojuet ment. For this piece of carelessness aware his proximity, but with iir'y I
4 : SfvMA s late of Divine solace and rescue. The suits of trouble and annoyance, and pain, and the bell-men to lay hold of the rope assumed innocent unconsciousness she GROCER .

I most of the men and women whom I hap and bereavement!? My text gives it to yon in the tower, and while the chalices click the then Archbishop of Canterbury turned her back to him. Ha /MDWIGHVS .

: :' pen to know, at different times, if not in a word of three letters, but each letteris : at the feast, and the bells clang from the ipse a heavy penalty. The edition, and kissed ap. COW B :

S : : now, have had trouble after them, sharp- a chariot if you would triumph, or a towel it will be a scene so uplifting I fa a practicable, was called in and proached*'Oh! she noiselessly J D OTHS8 t
screamed with *
.. muzzled (rouble, swift troubles, all devouring l throne if you want to be crowned, or a pry God I may be there to tak part i destroyed, and a fine of 20,000 was Inflicted feigned sur- ANO
; *; EiIt: troubles. Many of the celestial merriment prise, "you regular electric
S you have lake if you would slake your thirst: yea, now, 0 the The ar a bat
,. 4t, 4r made; the mistake of trying to fight them. a chain of three letters-G-o-d, the one you not think the prayer in Solomon's upon pritr Rma tery!" .Yes, he replied; ;*.and you

; 4i ,. Some body meanly attacked you, and you for whom David longed and the one whom song, where, he compared Christ to a Catholic Missal iue in Frc was know exactly how to stand so as cot toms

S attacked them; they depreciated you-you David found. You might r.s well meet a reindeer coming down in .the night to once the subject of a ludicrous blunder the shock."
k depreciated them; or they overreached stag which, after its sixth mile of running pasture on th.9 plains, would make an ex By the accidental substitution of a u !

: ...,. ,.St.. ; street Jon in a bargain, and you tried, in Wall at the topmost speed through thicket and quisitely appropriate peroration t my: for an a the word "calotte ( ecclesiastical -"My speech took wonderfullywell =:::: _- -
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get a
corner :
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L and with the breath of the "
'". nr. have had gorge dogs on cap or mitre) was printed"culotte" said the stump orator, with "
.. you a bereavement and in L its heels, has come in full sight of Scroon: Until the day break and the shadows flee undisguised o return

I .. :; ; 0 stead that of being submissive, you are fightIng lake and tried to cool its projecting and away,bthoul :roe or a young hart upon. (breeches). Te error 0 pride; "all my .good points PATE.crDertesce.Mark AIM*. FREE Cuuinft.PISOS ?47'. '

$ \ il: : doxstors who bereavement failed ; you charge on the blistered tongue with a drop qf dew froma ,I the mou\ans Bether. cur in the dcton cndu were rogie imeitely. "Yes," *Z. .. 15Z55gc '
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;.i i' effect a cure or blade of to to service, :
; grass, as attempt satisfyan te was reply cynical friend yRz.
y '. Ji"f railroad" a carelessness of the immortal soul. when flying from I is our habit to speak deprecatingly read: "Here priest will take "but then, you when make A? Lw. IiL1 .ITtUIL A'I.Y
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acci trouble and sin with any thing less deep, people and And 'CUl3tte.Cornhit tj'4. C 'uwezza
It 'I.'if, ,dent eccurred\, or you.are a chronic invalid and yet what would be done tbg Magazine. a point it stands out 8 prominently Raa*tale PAPmem
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