Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
November 2, 1888
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1888. NO. 18.

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;-FIw11m. em. : m. Bast thou a work to do which waits tain man having determined to cultivate BARGAIN. Scotch Dr. Graham with his occult FULL OFFIP4.

.1. DR. JAMES C1IACE, Thy tardy hand, and mutely chides a cheerful mind, found it neces- ... .....algktysbarp 8op-K..pss celestial bed which cost-or so he -

; Thy careless, long neglect Then do sary to cultivate cheerful Do". lair ftIac. said 16000. His house In Pall Mall -When a cat fives an entertalamenf 1
00 '1 W noo40J 1400KO Oft 1900iflllfl That urgent work while acquaint
'1 strength abides.
ret IW 3S1 ) 1500 <<1 SURGEON DENTIST Work now,to-day. this hour, for hours ances. He had one crooked leg and "Bill wnx old Jedge' Hiram Cad well's he called the Temple bt Health and from the top of a wan.1m". the cal
51 ,0: 80J 1200 it no; 46rei ').. And days are brief and fleet, and strength one handsome and oldest boy Jttddllect the CadwalTa Hymen, of which deities he we object, it's the wauLA
10: 1O00j lion 18 Usun> 30001) i IOU Though it well-formed. Fer pro ,
rei JO 15 :!O to SOJSIirtheflr8Udfi II LATE OF CEDAK KEYS. Will wane now and seem disappear so proud at length.and great sons who looked only at the crooked -used to live onVtlye .roatt"hear. the claimed himself the high priest. This man with six marriageable ' I ,.cents Office at residence. cast of Kentucky House Then work with all thy power leg, and ignored the well and sound' cemetery. Old Jedg Cadwell was temple was decorated with glass of all aauhten18 that his house is a regular .

I intwqaeot insertion. To-day,this hour. limb he refused to know." about es shif leas man ez I ever see, colors, precious vases filled with rare court-house every Sunday night ;

vhS forUme office.CJUCHIFTION.advertisements upontJOD Hast thou an evil done or harsh Carlyle said that he who made two but Bill bed a great bitne head- perfumes, statues of tho human form .Bosktil'bsL
at J. 0. 11AYNES, Word said, and made a human heart potatoes grow where but one had calc'late he must her inherited it from divine in their Groves of Blarney costumes -Brown-"I hear' Smith has to S

-$ HATES. With Repent sorrow this hour ache, and or anger pluck stir the dart grown before was a true benefactor of his mother, who come of the finest and the rest of it His book on chloroform his clothes every night'* .

.. :J:>> So cruel from the tortured the race. he stock in Hampshire County. When he the "Principles of Health" cost half White-"What for?" Bl'01fD-uBe
E''vra wound. Surely a
who S
..._.... ...........................1 dii X S-ra 9 By humble tender words reveal into makes come wuz a boy, Bill wuz always tradin' an'swapin' guinea and
......-... ........ ......... 60 Thy grief and life either hls own or another's recommended cleanliness cause they are so loud they keep him
I1ut'; penitence; for why two ant :I s'pose he started out in moderation awake.1*
early rest
joyfulnesses and rising Exchange.
be paid early -
lCdPUODI \ararlably in Office ever Joie Brick mOt:. Shouldst thou thy fault or sin conceal} place of one, two life S .
OIr"o discrimination! In favor of anynoicationf '- Speak now. while thou hast Dower: smiles. instead of one, he is a bone- with more jack-knives than'd stocka ; sleeping the Ugh), especially in -Passenger-"Do we stop long S

. Do right this hour. lactor of- the- human race, and working store. An Bill preserved in manhood moonlight; singing, drinking! divine enough at the next statfbo to eat a 2
upon all mutters of local GEO. BAISDEX Hast I out the all them talents which he exhibited balm at "only a half sandwich
. Olictted from all rartsof the count8CCBBT /. thou a gift to give And are Beatitudes. guinea the Conductor-"No. air; we
There aching hearts and tears from lack Many years ago I heard James T. in youth. Whenever you meeta bottle," and sleeping. first at one hun- only stop twenty minutes."-Life.Til (

1- SOCIETIES.I4g .Pil llter and(I Paper) Hanger To-day-why Of what thy hand longer withholds wait?-nor? Then slack give Fields deliver in Tremont Temple a man 'at looked ez if he'd been run dred guineas anight and for a fifty- chew you up." Grimalkin Mid U .. S

... Thy giving selfishly or soon. lecture on Cheerfulness. I through a sieve you'd feel mighty safe mark note in the marvelous End Thomas Flu do GrowL

.... No. 43, F. and A. 71. STARKE FLA. Why should a brother be in need ly more than a girl, but his was words scarce have in bettin' that he'd been havin' bizuesadenim's celestial magnetico electric bed. the Td like 11'1\11' to a oat-chew,owL doing 1\" juoth Thai. .. '

Jar onmunICtIOfli third Satuidsyln Because of thy too long delay? remained with with Bill CadwelL first, the only one in the world or .( ) lrYonker's :
Do me
now thy and twenty Gazette.
good help.
L. W. KICKLITEK W. M. ALL WORK IUUA>TEED.BUGG helpful deed. years "One Bill
nth ful and day came into Eastman'sstore which ever had existed. It 4
To-day thou hut the power; sensible. He said cheerfulnesscould was situated Stranger(addressing an old colored
AIl'IlCil1l1'e Give now, this an' allowed as how he's be in the
hour. be cultivated powerful holy of holies, in front of his
and should
be bricklayer "Uncle
thata )- who's
-Rsr. 0. C. 8. Wallace, In Watchman.CHEERFULNESS. ; glad to knittin' building
I**** NO. 10, i. o. o. I'. & WILLS, ...... man or woman, however upright, git a needle. His "charming hermitage. 'It was isolated this house Colored Bricklayer"Mr. -
I wife wanted he said.
one on six massive
eTfl y Friday night at Odd Feln'1 was a curse to all connected with him 'Mr. and transparent Hirshbug he build de house, but

Tnniknt brothers cordially Invited to Attorneys at Law if he did not carrv- ohe___W r nf__ _hpai-t W_*_:_ *T'' knittin1 Cadwell, sez Eastman '& columns and.covered by & vast canopy Queen Ann she drawed de plan."-Harper'
L.C.HULL Noble Grand.J. think lack of cheer needle will cost you jest one of brass rods, which conjnunicated -
V real lackof *
I C. WILLS,Vice Grand. A Fair Garden, But the Man Was argues cent' with an enormous electric
faith in machine
Item ecrttary. box U. STARKE, FLA. Blind." tiniest God. All life, from the "Bill looked kind uv surprised like, lodged in an chamber. -Wife (carelessly)-"What's that
grass blade to remotest upper fire alarm "
star and ringing for Husband
Will sez: 'Knittin' needles must her In the
.adcBt Order of Bed Men. praetlce'ln all the Courts in the Fourth shows things working towards bed-posts were inserted (
perfec freshly-"For *
fp and Fiftn a fire of
Judicial I course.
Circuit Baby Wisdom gone up sence come in fur one last vases of ether
-The Beauties Around tion. So it was first
>u taBS No. I. FLORJDA.Couneuled Cs- seems a pitiable blindness winter.' Wife (calmly)-"Well, what do
oacfe Wednesday's Sleep at theliaftrk The Giving and the Getting of JoyA that lets a man grope through life volatilized and infinitely subdivided yovsupposeltwantawithaflresuchada3
a Fla.i ROBERT Suggestive Balance Sheet without 'Wall sez Eastman, 'a ter payin' by the electric fluid and then breathed
clasping on to the divine of it. freight 'nd as this?"-Washington Cntic.
one thing 'nd
-Looking I
i ieD&. .brothers cordially Invited to "to I'p. Of another with the atmospheric air by those
J. N. JONES Sachem greater worth than all our complex can't afford to let knittin' needles go who chose to Dr. Graham "How is your employer. Sambo *
BOLOJi,Chief of Hecords. system of education would be a fur less'n a'cent apiece. pay for anight's I heard he had shad "Yea. ash
Attorney at Law "Am I a little thing said my baby systematic training of the mind lodging. The sheets were of
.... Temperance. girl of four-to me a few nights ago. I preciation of the to ap "Bill didn't say any thing for a min- purple and sky blue satin and the I but's he's sufferin' most from the reaction ./
"Yes good. I feel a great nit or two, but after lookin out uv the before he felL &sah. "0, the
Monday I mattresses
night in Temperanc answered, with the usual pity, perfumed with the most
ft together with
tl WM. )lE.1CHAM. W. p. STARKE, FLA. assurance of grown.up mothers. contempt, for the door at the scenery, he turnt round and precious essences of Araby. The reaction came first did it?" "Yes. sah.
man or
Scribe. woman who spoils a day or an 'Look de mule kicked him
ix: "But" persisted MarQ'aretchp.n_ with hour sez: here Mr. Eastman Pll electric cylinder conducted into the ober.Springfield
or a moment by fault-fin din '. Union.
L. B. the wise argumentativeness of babyhood : !! tell you what I'll do; I'll trade you an bed chamber and into every part of ?
"Temperance Meeting. RHODES grumbling, or by sullen silence in; fur '
knittin' -Lieutenant
egg a needle. the bed (waking )-"Donner*
"I the
love all celestial up
luailsjr at 2 p.m., at Temperance you big. place of glad praises. How divine eleo-
The baby wisdom set me thinking as divine is many a "Eastman shook his head. 'Why tric fire-the fluid which animates and wetter! Already ten o'clock! John,
day spoilt before breakfast is not?' sez Bill. 'You don't 'at. why did not wake
Attorney at Law I rocked my child in my arms until over! suppose vivifies every thing-including "She" you me when J
the a darned old knittin' needle is wuth ez and ordered John -"I have ..
little hand In this already
yUCK DIRECTORY. & loosened its hold of Many of life's burdens would be case "He too; for it

I IUlID.1RD TIME. mine, and she lay asleep in my lap, so lifted if we would establish with much" ez an egg, do ye?' sounds like a vulgarized anti-climax to wakened you several times but perhaps -

P LAKE BUTLER, FLA soft and round and pure, so still after a sort of balance sheet ourselves 'I never heerd uv any body payin' the African tale. To all this was you have not heard me.":-.Ffrer
ne'na. Baptist Church. all the ceaseless freight on hens, sez Eastman; he wuz added the melodious gende Skitter. '
tones -
prattle the day, so ing the unpleasant with the or "toons"of
stlO:30am. and at T p.1D.ettlDI' warm and alive pleasant, the most sarcastic cuss in the town the harmonica the -Student (not very clear as to hit ;L '
A. I". SCOTT 3I.D. so blessedly my "littlechild" and not omitting to credit the soft sound of .
every Wednesday at I surplus Eastman
p.m ship, lesson
wuz. the flute )-"That's what the author
little the
W.G. PATTEKSON, Pastor. but big to love. pleasantness. Such of ; of agreeable says
School meets'every Sunday morn UTE FROM MICUIQAN.iiiit And long after baby was abed, would invariably show the 'No nor I never heerd uv feedin'knittin' I song and the mellifluous notes of the any way." Professor"! don!t want S
fl.. H. N HAMEB1CK. Supt.main. thoughts in needles sez Bill. 'It don't The farce drew the author; I want Student
kept my mind of the many in large excess of the loss and [ organ. a host of : you.

.Secretary. : hyiLi: i nm Ssp c things in life which we call little, or that many a soul avows,bankruptcy prove cost nothin' to raise knittin' needles. j wealthy gulls until 1784 when Graham (despairingly" ) "Well, you've got
"Well Bill an' Eastman
entirely in argued ant showing the better me. Philadelphia Quiz. -
Presbyterian (huh eb.every the hurry and feverwe when there is no excuse for it, for I, part of valor
I Sunday at 10:30: a.m.It.DMATTIcE. TERMS REASONABLE call life, little things that yet hold which fraudulent insolvency as stringent argued fur more'n hour about hens sold of! every thing by public auction -He had just declined her proffered

Pastor. for us the blessing of joy and peace laws are needed knittin' needles an' things, until at and safely retired with his gains. heart; but, wishing to soften the blow r

School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Office at Gaskins' Druz Store. and love.It evil. We could might restrainthe last Eastman give in an' sez: 'Wall, I -Westminster Review. was about to add: "But I will always '

L. C. HULL :Supt:! would be well for us if throughbut keep a true account with not life many days s'pose I might jest ez well swop ez not, S .- ba a _'* when the fair girl raised

TATE even the although I hate to let any body get the A LOVER'S CATECHISM. her hand. "Hush "
POWELL one of life George she said
R M.I). common day some most common, without convincing ., &. -
ourselves -
;netbedlit Cbnrcb. advantage uv me. So Eastman give "when
sweet angel could walk beside us and of the fact that there is much Though Very Good la IU Way,IU Application your budding mustache is as i
every Sabbath at 10:30:a.m. and After an experience of twenty years in the lift tho vail from our eyes and make us more of good tan bad. Bill the knittin' needle and Bill give Leads to Sad RoculU. long as the whiskers on that chestnut ,'. 1.-

ftarki tondiy!: Richard Scbool every Sunday at in practice of his pretee1on. has no hesitancy to see the beauty and joy, and to Somebody kept her record.Suppose Mrs. Eastman the egg. He was very practical, and in order you can use it for a .; '.. .. -
Superintendent proml-Ing- latest mid most scientific One day "But when Bill got to the door he pointing; ; to the l life-preservers oi deck. : '
blessedly sit at life's to-te diifi g1 \ :
ting every Tueciar nod Ihuisday treatment to those asking his sen ices. plenteous board. might run like this: 4uuoviuuu, out V IV IIU" UtI- AWT promised my ,
ode I. W.DABLEY, Pastor. Calla to the ....." *I- would'show mother that wife should be a good Those are life-preservers," said the :
the and when set-
s.A.dl IIlb IUIUII u. Mna c : dftn-n !B eaalty.OIBce U3 fair garden of Baby cross, Baby alive and able tom fur you to treat you've my '
rcb at City Drug: :store: or at bis residence beauty around us, would show us that creeping into every to be cross and creep. tled with a customer You an' me housekeeper and a domestic; woman. officer. "Oh l1f -preserv"rs, are .
rUttailay Christian Cbnrcb East Starke. thing. Had breakfast. S they Thin why don't yez sind thim \
Qth all days are golden and every rock a hev hed our dispute, but we've come Can yon cook?

1* Ila lliO-Mitt-l: Pete, :la. and prairie and hill and mountain and Ninety-nine times to a settlement and an understandin' "I can" she said swallowing a great to ther hoshpitals,where there's plinty '.:
ch Lord's day at 10:30 Lm. and Breakfast late. out of one and dying all the tome,bedad
hundred dying
lad ayitI:3Opm. F. J. FIELD lawn and meadow alive and fresh with bread good. Seems to me it would be the handsome big lump in her throat .1f"JOcean.
I wUug sach Wednesday at 8:30 p.m God. If for one day we saw the danceof Great possibilities of thing for you to treat. "Can you make good bread That is S;. S

am* i G. P. YODNO, Pastor. the leaves, felt the stir of life in the Bread sour. I a new girl.Home "Eastman didn't see' it in just that the fundamental principal of all house -Steve-"Yes. poor Blivins does f'
C c hool each Lord day at 19'JO:: a.m. ri k M n'l \\Vark rliahnr look melancholy as you say. Hs still
: n of the keeping.
er growing corn, heard the song to keep. hue- light, but Bill hung on so an' wuz so
V. U. Hired tf
bard TATLOK. Superintendent. girl going. | suffers from the consequences an.
waters, caught the sparkle of stars, band and children to conciliatin' that finally Eastman hand- "Yes; I went into a bakery and

I.hi 01$it STARKE, FLA. felt the free pulse of the wind, listenedto love; dear friends ed out a tumbler an' the bottle 0' Med- learned how to make all; kinds of early love_affair." Maud (Instantly interested :
[IAL: DIHECTOUY. Too much sewing; ) "Oh. tell me. Did the!
lovely world pleasant bread. She added under her breath
the bird joy, or tho sweetness of fordrum.
back-ache. ,tired, "
cross times, people to help. lady die or false? Stevs-;
ALL WORK CUAItA>TiiED. Box41 young prove
. rainfall, would not the memory of one no goodliving. 'I don't want to seem particular "may "
.111XD 1
Lovely "Neither. She married him. -Tine: -
ac, Officer such day leaven all of after days? It opportunity sez Bill, pourin' out half a tumblerful "And you can do your own dress- S
.Wttk4.\VlkL PEEK & FRAZEE is pleasant to think of faraway places, Fire out in dlnlng.rlor i prove to circumstances supe- uv the liquor, 'but I like to take my making? I am comparatively a poor -He was doing very nicely in tae
i-J.Picbard, J. M. cane
Truby. Tate when solemn voice .
room. and dressmakers'bills would parlor, a
? Young 8.F. Gardiner of big forests full of the free, wild Lovely lesson to rum with an egg in it. man, love tle S
: the window from
t Webb. creatures, of open glades flecked with teach me common "Now, this come pretty near soon bankrupt me. through open ,
-F.B. If or/an. Attorneys at Law and Notaries tropical suns, of great rivers majestically Corn aches. sense in shoes.I breakin' Eastman's heart. He hed "Yes," she said, frankly, "I can i porch: "That young man makes z8.

rE. D. VTall. have feet. How make thing I wear, ,especially very tired." "Don't be alarmed M
flowing to the big seas. Alwaysthe laid the on a shelf behind the every
\-T.W.SweiuCounty STAltLE BRADFORD CO. FLA. Mrs. has better than he hastil-
Lofty a car much bonnets." Sampson, said the girl. as 4
sun shine somewhere. Somewhere counter, an' he reached for it an' pattern ,
Title and Real Estate Law riage. horses. "You are a jewel," he dried, with started up "it is only Folly, our par*
OtAcnn. Abstract a is the eternal beauty of snow- The line might stretch out infinitely, handed it to Bill sayin': 'Wall, I'min rot." "I understand it's the parrot,*\

.dre-J.11.Blcbart. specialty.Abstracts furnished showing every Deed, capped summits, the grandeur of ice- and at last there could be no balance for it, an' there's no use uvof kickin'.' enthusiasm, "come to my arms ho replied "but I would like to kno

!1rc'aJt Court-H.F. *ork.L Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale, Judgment, At. fields, the expanse of blue oceans, the struck, because most evils at which "Bill broke the egg into the rum, "Wait a minute-there's no hurry,11she herto talk."-/f. T.' Sun I sj* '
W.Epperson. tachment and all matters of public record enduring beauty of God in all. But not and 10 an' behold it wuz a double- said, coolly. "It's my turn to aska who taught
wor-N.C. Walnrlght and file Titles of Iteal Estate in people complain are so trifling as U.- \ S
affecting dearest best of all call Gosh but Bill wuz excited few., questions. Can you saw wood '
ior-M. M.! Hale. Bradford county, Florida, up to date ofbstract. sweetest, we possible to compare with the beautiful yelk egg MISQUOTED'LINES. \v
o4ent .. the people around us, and carry in coal? i \
of Schools-It T. Dowling. common, are blessings of life. In plain words let OeneraU3'I
That Are
Familiar Expression
-rvej-or-Jobn. P. Pratt, C. h. men, women and children. us all join the "Look-up Club. "'Mr. Eas'man' sez he, 'you'v' beena "Why, my" love I should hire that Quoted Wrong- W4; !

mmiBsIoners-L. Witkorskl,G. W. We fret, we whine, we whimper be- Look up and not doWn takin' an edvantage over me.' work done. It is a peculiar faculty of human .
Lease.ey; : John S. Andrews and HEADQUARTERS FOR cause it is hot, because it is cold, be- Out and not in, 'How so?' asked Mr. Eastman. "Can you make your coats, vests, to misquote proverbs and '

IF-I-FLIS :XBJOTTiEl: .ATJOia, cause we want a dress, or a house, or Forward And lend and a hand.not back, 'Why this egg has got'two yelks.' trousers and wearing apparel?" poetry memory and almost invariably to place i
iet .A. Officers.K. Representing the Liverpool and London a piece of candy. There is nothing too -Mrs. Grace Curtis in Chicago Ad 'What uv that sod Eastman. "But that isn't to the purpose. the credit where it does n lugsJ., .

Ternor-M.Perry M., Mabry.Pensacola.Leosburg.of and Globe Company. trifling to furnish us with worriment.We vance. 'Well simply this," sez Bill 'thatef "Can you build a house" dig ditches Nine men out of ten think that "The J-;.;
stat -Job.o L. Crawford a---- spoil our own life, and, what is -ii. you're inclined to do the fair thing weave carpets, and- Lord tempers the wind to the shorn P ,

1la. L. C. HULL, worse, the lives of all around us, by How Rhymes Are Made. you'll hand over another knittin' "I am not a professionaL""Neither lamb" is from the Bible, whereas -

GeaersJ-c. P. Cooper, St. AuruI'Eo this unhealthiness of mind. ... is mechanical art needle!' "Jtugcne Field in Chicago am L It has taken the Lawrence Sterne is the author. "Pour
_m.hid. "Poetry a more
o most of life to acquire :
.II [- S. criu PalatkL Contractor and Builder We call our work'uotudgery and than most people believe. Fred L News. -.....--_ _- tion and my accomplishment!: that attached Ing oil upon troubled waters''is. alsat
loner of Lands-C. L. Mitchell, FL drag out our days like a long funeral Latham, who is a cousin of Lord ADVENTURERS. But I ascribed to the sacred volume, whereas iU S
OLD-TIME to me. as soon as
procession. But a wise man knows you is not there in fact no one knowa \
has told that when ;
STARK FLA. Tennyson, me '
. the
[er General-D. Barnes.euj that "a man's task is his life-pre have learned all professions you
C laureate is writing a he con Queer Enterprise That Astonished Lon its origin:
alDavid poem Au
Long,edar of I will send revolt. I
Keys. speak my
Plant and furnished server, and that life is divine. don In the Last Century. "Tho \ -
>deut of Public Instru tJoD-A.I. speciflcatious on short structs a rhyming dictionary of his Again we hear people say: :
H Jacksonville. notice. Carpenter work solicited and What a gift, a day! How sweet to Cox's extraordinary enterprise which and she swept away. of the Is in chewing the
promptly attended to. own, thus: A, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, And the disconsolate man went proof
C rise with the light, to breathe the ne set going in 1771, come rather under I young This is arrant nonsense. and \
ailed Stales Hand-made brick for sale clthec at the kilar k, 1, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, vwxy, to the nearest drug store and bought a string.
1* Offlcers. delivered at the depot. morning, to feel alive, to have work todo the head of lunacy than swindling. the proverb says: "The pTOOf of the
z. with which he
( C.Tucker. Gainesville. .. How: sweet to again look into the His fixed idea was to combine the two-for-a-quarter cigar, pudding is in the eating thereof and t
"1.T.Crawford,. Gainesville. '-- "When he has written a line, say: solaced himself.-Detroit Fret
'p.'V.' -G enerjy. B. Bloxham, Tall. faces ol those we love, to eat together, Where Claribel low-lieth wealth and luxury of Asia with the speedily not- in chewintr the string." \ ,: c

J J. W HICKS to work for each other to be gloriously He starts down the alphabet hunting mechanical inventions of Europe in a Press. .. Nothing is more common than 'ta St
SIHATORS.iueiPasooMontJcello.. alive! Our faces should shine with series of artificial S \
for a rhyme getting 'buyeth, 'crietb, pro If a Girl Is Born hear: ', 1
tioson love and joy a gospel that he who runs dieth,' 'lieth' 'sigheth' 'tieth,' -try- ductions. To realize his monster A man convinced against his willIs S, '

i Call,Jacksonville."PHEHIMiTIVES.. might read. We should<< ''be all alive to eth,' 'vieth,' and so on, out of which, whims he devoted a considerable private In January she will be a prudent of the same opinion still.condition of \ 14

t trlet-Hoo. K. CITY! BARBERA human brotherhood. of course, it is the easiest possible fortune and 'an imaginative bent housewife, given to melancholy but This is an impossible oS
IL convinced
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Davidson mind, for no one can .
Indeed what do we live for if it is thing to get the line- which was far above the common and good temper.If time hold '4-

iistrict-Hon. Charles Do be 7, not to make life less difficult for each The oak tree, thick-leaved, ambrosial sigheth, loaded with his fantastic command the in February humane and affectionate one opinion and at the same wrote : Ji
other It is the adorableness of loveto when the proper time comes to intro- i most skillful engineers, inventors, wife and tender mother.If to an opposite one. What ) > .. \

re.'TENTS. find its own joy in that of others. duce that verse into the poem. Usual- clockmakers, goldsmiths and jewelersIn in April. inconstant, hot very Intelligent was eminently sensible against: his will .
He that compile* .
Hair Dresser.OPEN We should count the day lost in whichwe ly Lord Tennyson conceals the art by France and England. He thus, erelong but likely to be' goodlooking. U of his own Opinion stilL ; \

have added to the pain of life and which he gets to his rhymes by puttingthe saw himself in possession of a A famouc passage of Scripture ia .. .. Soften

AT ALL TIMES. not its joy. And how easy to give joy; manufactured line first and lettingthe rast collection of marvels and masterpieces :If in May, handsome, amiable, and misquoted thus: "He that id .4, S

a glance of the the thoughtful perfection to be happy.If let him casttha
eye second one carry the real burdenof finished to the highest likely without sin among you.

Shop on Call St., just East of Railroad words, the love that speaks through the thought, as any one who will of the workers' powers. Cox's in June, impetuous. will marry first stone." It should be: "Let hinn r

su\ H. mm ''I Will constantly keep on hand a full silence. It is out of such little things read 'Locksley Hall' critically will scheme was to transport all these to I early, and be frivolous. first cast a stone."

line of the following goods for sale : that we build the temple of life. How see."; fll B. Dees, in Chicago Nnot. Asia for sale to Eastern potentates. He, If in July passrbly handsome, but Sometimes we are told: "Behold

IOLlClYOB Dandruff Care to c.eanse the hair. stern and glum and selfish and sour do ;: however, kept the .collection-not an : with a sulky temper.If how great a fire a little matter kindleth -* rfvtvl yf

OF Cream of Roses for the face to remove some of us pass the beautiful days of I -From the Bookies comes a story unfit precursor of those modern shows in August, amiable and practicaland ," whereas St James said: "Be

innburn. tan freckles and suioothe the life! Even in homes how often is the I that three vultures attacked an eaglein which we call exhibitions-some nine likely to rich. : hold how great matter a little fire ,

II!! rO'ap b b kin.constantly A full on line hand of old Razors razors and repaired.J. Hones. loving word not spoken, the smile not his nest on a mountain peak the years in London where he chargedhalf :If in September d.iscrec\'a1fable and kindlethn which is quit a different '.

; W. HICKS, given, the praise withheld! other day. Although attacked from a guinea for inspecting it. Gold, much liked.If thing. :

Stark, .'111. It is a wonder some people's heartsdo three points, the king of birds gallantly silver, diamonds and other stones im October pretty and coquettishand 'We also hear that %zaisa is as gooc,

Ktar U. S. Patent OIIcs not quite waste away from sheer held his own and slew two of were worked into all sorts of animal likely: to be unhappy as a mile," which is not at sensible cm .F S

lack of use. Who can number the the vultures. The manner in which forms-camels, elephants, and so on- :If In November liberal, kind and of forcible as the true proterb: "A ait* '

RXN9Vr0N. D. C. WHITE LHOI nH opportunities that come into one dayto the eagle did this was peculiar. Sin- which vedand seemed to breathe; a mild disposition.If 0fflhICh1uIooau&mIle'__ _

bless and cheer and help gling out one of the attacking birds birds that sang, ducks that swam in December, well-proportioned Look before you Uapnaheul4 be| % # *5

Oh! we may live in a narrow house, it grasped it tightly about theneck, game that ran about in a thicket A fond of novelty and extravagant-St. "And look, before ? -S.JT w *' S

and yet inhabit the wide universe.We burying talons deeply in tho flesh castle six feet high, which cost over Louis Republic. ._ Pope 10 generally ct4IM&1i1thh&T1S4 SA .

*. U'ore the United States Pat n* Eggs for Hatching may lack pictures on our walls, and, then rising almost perpendicularly 100,000.)( was destined for the Great *..-sS- .. ?vs itten -. *,tete? L y

.dj'bftaJ 1 for lte4 moderate Stases and feeL all Patents but the poorest can fill his home with for about one hundred feet, al Mogul and a copy of it was...actuall -In New Me ",i *.. ..,1nffiodenw.dsseRItu1.--- ., ; : : -- --4 SI
foreign ,
'. love's pictures the beauty immortal. lowed its to in stunned I the "_ ."r. COUrier't 'R';:' f4.V' -
' nMAais AND LABELS r glSmpplleatloni prisoner drop a sent; to Pekin!: for ': t'lJIIQlr ; "' "I.' w"" tr" ; 4
'SCt.I What wealth like the rich heart The condition the rocks below. Two I i$ []Ij ... ; t "'*'. I though it woulaIuy S .
revived and ORE DOLLAR FOR 13 !1Whit. on China. But debt with ge. \.; .. .,..". .. > -
lb .. Bti( che nnapon aod dvic* as to hospitality of the heart how it blessesits falls served to kill the first victim but I chain, fatally encompassed.\vf\ :: 1 l, ;:. :...l$ _;;. .: ..........n'.i."t':'"r, ;,-. ""o;;,.-'. 1r.1 in hit wL
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-patents ")Jre III &ldovc rIl. .\JJro<:: of every thing. It is a contemptible turned tail and started rapidly down I got to IndJE 'V.' the reat, was s : ,

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Senate Tariff The Unprotected 9intitc I Democrat Favor tho Peopie. Jones si .
how the I
{'lELEGRPH.jiD *' Bill Affctm Klorda. There are in the United States .4i!>out Tho Democratic party is the party of

BEDFORD COUNTY It bag been "aplly s*ill. that "the Senate H'ventei and a half million Will kiugme'J, true citizenship. It has been the friendof BY \1 HS. ,JOHN J \ HBY. '1'--

i .=, .------- .-: =-'= ,! tariff bill, iseimply an.enforced Confession nearly half of whom are engaged iu 8ricultul'C the oppressed of every clime. It was 'isi

; _J'VCJ.JslIIlI) % EEKLY AT-- mi J pilyful avoidance.. It confesses the and sis there w no dutyjon the the first to grant liberal laws for the naturalization AND PATTERNS DKAI.EliS JX_

t' T \J i. mUIWC jiD COUNTY. KI.>RJDA.Editor ] mug of over tllXliJ1f11! awl avoids leesinj : products of the farm, (f which we produce of foreign born citizens, and MAGAZINES J

,. more than: we consume these men since their ri hts. on hand. I "
-- taxes on mo l of the common necessaries it hap ever protected Cons-tantly: II
; ;;; j not protected. Then, as workers, come Under its wise and statesmanlike policy jGEKEML
f J, H.! of life and on most of the common are i
the ihe professional men, day laborers servants all the additions of orders oluitii..Kefl'erences i. KHCHUOfrg
necessaries of bu!i11C 1Ii. It is simply any consequenceto pYRFJ Town and Country ?
: and Proprietor. I !:lJnfes -ion of a demoralized party and the and so or. to the number of about our national territory were made. The 1. ILiL Vt '" it" .1 1STABKE

vtr rr :- : avoidance of an artful dodger. It is a bill four millions' ; then nearly two millions great southwest wu added to our republic CI4itS0UMqAGLE; -- { 1I

.lBKCIII..ON $1.00 A VEAH.Jtnterat thai the country will not have." Consider who are engaged in business and .transportation -i nnder Democratic rule. ,

how it affects Florida Industries: all of whom are unprotected by ; Political parties are to be judged as 5; S: 4 L.A-i' .'t'- i. Cg-Princirml Ladies of gtae& vlcinlt y.I rtlG

LL \2- ;::: in ruESEJJT TAJUFF: the lariff. Then comes a host of others, much by their records and measures as by : A I
to Act of Co'.gre
Ace-mliny 1'ltt. lit CO/It 20 per cent ad valoremOrangw like piasons. butcher, bakers antI working their platforms-by what they have doneas Starke, Fla.. Oct. 1ft. 1818._ _ "

., r Vie pl.Jl(-(J.1fiC. Murh. us Sponges,, 25 cents per box tailors, also unprotected and who well as by what they propose to do. We keep constanly on Lao(1a flllt 1iD.
: Ctast Lemons 30 cents per box make up, according to JUitgeStM.Jto. about. The Democratic party has ever been thi ,' / i LAKETI1 \V ,

.. f_ 11 Jt -- of all our workers Uiougu me friend'of labor and its representatives -
MILLS BILL TAH1FF: practical Caned Co (Is. tantli '"
t' NATIONAL TICKET.. l later estimate of professor Laughlin. of in and in state legislatures l'ocigars
t i : 20 pent ad valorem congress
Sponges, per FLJ. ,\..
: CO.
eleven- I the advocacy a hl.lijii'- CLAY ,
25 cents per box Ilarward. makes them nearly have been foremost in and all goods
: 1 For Prtsitbu1j : Oranges, 30 box twelfths of the whole number. Supposingthe of measures distinctively in the interest usually f0Ud.
I cents per
tillOVEK CLEVELAND. Lemons. workingmeu really to be of labor. An enlightened self interest LIPPMAN'S PYRAFU3!

vi ;;ji For Vice -iMnt. RE1'UDLIC.SENATE. BILL' TARIFF:Free protected protected, :Jitre, we have out *>' every has dictated this course, even If CAU.ED THE CREAL BECK JR. :i first clafts grocery Stoie. .
AL1.EN O. Sponges eley&h Vlxed for the else because the Democratic
:L : LLH Oranges. 20 cents per box twelre orkingmen nothing and Fever Expaller ttID J ,
: : 20 cents box > benefit of one, and that remaining one party is mainly composed of workingmen. Wonderful Chill! Call < Lu brick boatj
I ::: Presidential Electors: Lemons. |. also' taxed as far as he consumes the wares It has never ppposed asinglemea.sure It cures the rhllto atul feer.stm-tUanJhealU tone *P the Ylt'm to tosnfferer.
made free.
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,i, J& :r. II. M'KINNE. of Jackson. Sponges he makes.-N. Y. Com. Advertiser. honestly designed:to advance the prosperity gives an appetite. bribing: & COMPANY, I
reduced five cents box. tJ.iI i'
ot Marion.IANLEL Granges per
IL A. KUIlFOim. of the working clazseaWhere _ _
J'ff tZl CAMPBELL of Wulton. Lemons reduced 10 cents per box. I've been a sufferer from rheumatismfor dId the opposition to the bill restricting ESTATE LOAN BROKERS.

H. 11. PALMEK. of Columbia. AJiOUT TOBACCO. years and have been unable to obtain Chinese emigration come from, except &

I ;1 -4-' The Republican n Senate bill makes the any relief at all. Salvation Oil gave me from the representatives of the Republican P.P.P.I IP.P.P. '
difference between and unstrip- it. AGENTS -= ** lT *?I**
For Congressman: stripped entire relief and I heartily reeomuend party? It had no Democratic opposition !

. GEN. HOB'T BULlOCK, of Mnrion oed tobacco at only 5 cent This is too HENRY WIJfKEL, of any consequence. Republican Lands.

,. 1 -- small, aid makes it profitable to strip it Baltimore, )[. statesmen opposed it and the Republican (Prickly Aril Poke Boot and Potal 1um.) Florida5 Southern R. H. I

'fJ''J'IC DEMo'nTIC TIC rw. in Cub;:, thereby depriving n large class What so wonderful as a severe cough vigorously assailed it. There wouldbe discription.
i of poor people in Key West. Tampa and cured by Pr, Bull's Cough Syrup for 23cents. press no restriction upon Chinese immigration V V fftff \V t' have lands every

Ir; Governor: other tonacco manufacturing points of Tiy ill today except for the persistent and If yon want to l lIuy, rent, lease or I

FRANCIS l'Fl2MING.: of D ya1. employment.. earnest advocacy of it upon the part of SYPHILISPrimarY. to call on or _
::1 WHAT IS FREK TRADE? The Bright Side. Democratic representatives in congress sell, it pay you

it&. .J I For Secretary! of State: Average rate pres. tariff 47.10 per ct. It was old Isaac Walton who said. "Ev- and the support of the Democratic press .Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Srpb.llltic write to its.BRUG. rWATCHMAKE,.
Scrofulous Eruptions
. ... 1)f 2\ JOHN L. CHAWFOIU), of Waukulla Average rate Mills bill 42.78 per. ct. ery misery that I miss is a new mercy, a of the country. Republican eloquence' Ulcers flIt1OflS and. Scrofula Old Sores.and Rheumatism and

; Proposed reduction 452 per cent saying worthy of the profcuudest philosopher. was arrayed against it, constitutional all disea or Ute blood ; nil those that have

r" { r Attorney-General!: Is this free trade or does this come It is only too true that misfortunescome quibbles were invoked to defeat It. and resisted other treatment yIeld Bteadily and surely STORE -AKI -

) : 1"iP "V7. H. LAM H. of Jefferson. nearer the mark? to us on wings but retire with a the first bill providing for a twenty years' to Ute wonderful power pf P.P. f., the.great ;JEwi'rEI: : : '
:,. :. 'k Average reduction proposed, limping pace, and yet we should be ready restriction was actually vetoed by a Re- ood -- ---- ST\RKE.I'U. ,
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bv the Republican Tariff cheerfully, determined 112 .t1..4 k.u. .
j p : For (Comptroller: in._ nuftt.n__' calamaties._ pUDllCan prctUUCUL. AUGDU SCROFULA = -
W. D. BARNES, of Jackson. Commission in 1881 25 per cent to successfully overcome them. been so soon forgotten by American work- -c- ---- T = _-----, ----c--. C'Ctoeks arid Jewelry.&e.. &r.

: READ THE REPUBLICAN DF.CLAKATIONS: There i is scarcely un evil in life that we Ingmen.-Governor David B. .' New in the blood producing.p or ::-:--::7---; : : f.' ,'- at n-asonsble prct*? for cash.- 1Msd
.. i Treasurer Republican National Platform 1868-- cannot double by "pondering upon it; a York Speech. II CTrelHng.cauBinjir an Impurity Running Sores on the Arms, aril & Pare.CD t

For State of Baker.: it i is due to the 'Jabor of the nation that scratch will thus become a serious wound, Lees,or Feet t.for the cure of which use P. P. P., -
: FJbJU v J. PONS reduced and in medicine on earth. All these
should be made to gtestbIOOd
taxation equalized be the
a a slight illness even An Unwise Jlemludel', yield'readily to the power of P. P. P., aTS

_- of Schools' : as rapidly as the national faith will per death, by the brooding! apprehension of has the foolhardiness diseases giving new life and new etrength. .
'iF Superintendent mind A Republican organ I
. mite the other hand, a -
4. ALBERT J. HUdSELL. of Duval. 1884 the sick, while on tide to invite a comparison between the M iS'Siia; -
Republican National platform. look the bright POISON _
i: accustomed U> upon BLOOD ; c :-
,of't' r-- 4- The Republican party pledges itself to of all things will repel the mildew and : administration of the navy departmentunder Si lJ
and his
For Commissioner of Agroculture: correct the inequalities of the tariff and to of care by its genial snn>hinc. Secretary Whitney RepuIrtican worst form sometimes in caws with \ .
dampness its
the Cored .
It that secretary < CfJ. -
Jackson. ff. >
WOMBWELL rz '- -
: h 1) reduce the surplus. A cheerful heart paints the world n; it predecessors. says Br8l1ieIa5 where the patient was in Eternal Pain
.,. I' "wants to retire from ofllcc and 'up the physicians. In some cases
I the morbid ana by
'I AD TilE PLMOCUATIC sees it, like a sunny landscape: Demo- rven broke out till the partywas amass GASKINS
the mouth of alleged Ulcers
For Supreme Court. Judgi-P: of the United sterile wilderness puts into Scro L. ,
Democratic like .
3 The party mind depicts it\ a "mistakes" and his of corruption; a bottle of P.: P.' waaprocured .

.: GEORGE P. RANEY of Leon.A Stales, iu National Convention assembled, and tjius life takes its hum of lightor crat criticisms of his ." ,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. DEAI.KK IN

' > K. MAXWELL, of Esrambia. renews the pledge of its, fidelity to Democratic -i shade from the character or disposition "policy of procrastinationThis tho .

'- H. I.. MITCHELL. of HillsboroughrPUNTV faith and reaffirms tbe platform upon which it rests.-Woman's % oild. grim humors is worthy of to the be campaign.classed among In the Drugs & Medicines "-...:' R,2 i

.' adopted by its representatives i In convention .

. I PKMIJCKATIC TICKJT. of 1884. and endorses the vews Every one who has once l1l'CPI' Hull's} twenty years after the war tho Republicans the And in an Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands Starke, Flu

-- expressed by President Cleveland in his Cough Syrup invariably l resorts to it again spent over $400,000,000 upon alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures are EIriED WITH EKiJ
tho end that tune had
and at of wonderful.
q' For Senator: )last nntual message to Congress as the for colds" etc. men navy nothing to show for it except a lot of rot- really If you suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula CROSBY.
ABRAHAM of that platform vice prevails and impious Rheumatism Refracting Pwer.TIIKV
eprrect interpretation "When hulks A Blood Poison Ulcers. Old Sores, .
and shops.
reduction and ten floating junk disease of the blood, be sure and
p of tariff ; hol'a or any
upon the question 'f all fine example of the former is to bo sold at trial. nil 7>"Ufn----rfi'r AUK AS TEASy
Democratic bruises torment give P. P. P. a (.:i,ctuli.Citp'U
For J the effortspt our When cuts, sprains
tL'prefentntivcM endorses
also { Ash Poke Root, and Potas-
auction In Philadelphia on Saturday n P. P. P. (Prickly nl.Lg
' : .T. K. RICHARD. representatives jq Congress to secure a the lay; It the "man of Antictam which slain)is no secret patent medicine like the many AN'I) COLORI.E&SASLIGWttnzujAnsI I
: J. L. OASKINB. of excessive taxation. Thcu ease from pain-from care ami hurtis war on the market Its formula is on every bottle,
.; _ _ _ _ reduction the Demo- was begun'in 18C3, maintained for a thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole r.\r softness endurance to QMisuinot
i is that sent
The only difference THAT- FIGHTThe !ls' Pxeelled.ensbting5
: ::- -. standard \Jilll-\ \ dozen years as "an election ship"-that Bomeneea that no other blood purifier does give. B
whole cratic party is Ijviner up to its professions, By great Salvation Oil, is, a vessel on which to employ voters J to re-id for hours without Mpaj
The country
The Demrcnds of the dodging (lie nt. fact they are *- "
while Republican parly
which though
t L united in of Cleveland just before election-and District IflpCet9r4The I Original
: support
fieem Jlnd Thurman In le and in New York there is 'issue. _ _ Ye r?ndldate.From hundreds of thousands of dollars have following persons are appointed as 1. C. F. Simmons St. Louis, Prop: Perfect Sight Preserm1v
of the Jacksonville Auxiliary the TaoaAPH) been her, never was finished. of Election for the -I M.A.Simmons Liver Medicine,L's I'd.
i II' be tickel.SaVaflnahi Rfport ( the Koran for expended on and Clerks
Inspectors I
.r much enthusiasm for A..o iI4iuP. ., .1. 1,.: ,iI.,...,. ,\na never went out of sight of the dock where districts to serve at the i_ 1 i-j.ia the U. S. Court D&FEAj. I .Tiii]ni.\Is from the leadi gphii
', News :1. iiusitnou- seen luuiiiiuiuim. **" several election .ZCliin.1'op'rA.Q.Simmorts LIv- t'nitl'\l l States. jrovencrs, teuuon, .
t' The following is a brief report of the thou learn his ways,? she was started, and will not now bring general election to he held Nov. 6th, 1S8S. .4' erlcruItcrEst'J by Zcilin :.'. sti ckr.ien. tu-n of rote io an proMte mr.dilTf
i .; laborer is the most intelligent Jacksonville Auxiliary eu: st $500 at auction.The '.1.A. S. L. M. has for 47 years rent branches of trade total Htertc.
: American f the over
The finances () his hand like to-syil:
und .
; able 2. His logs are iron, United States under erred INDI..ItSTIOt BILIOUSNESS, ..ran Driven who hare bfti tMr 1ft
He is to tho
of -
: iu tbe world. protect in the naY DISTRICT NO. 1. '
Sanit'iry Association as reported \ ( it sluikelh like the ygPEPSl"SICK .t1BAl'ACIIEL!!T proved l hy tbt-rr use. -j
. 1: -.--,- hunstjf) if Congress will take off of untothe winepirss; words the management of Robeson. Chandler & D. W. George. \Vm. Alvarezand J. \V*. ArvETiTE/Soua STOMACH, fTC.

} iiis shoulders the burdens of unnecessarytaxation. Times-Union! of the 2Sth: storm Fhuktth in the the talll desert.itetj. His Co. was simply a navy for repairs only- Bushuell, Inspectors; W. A. Crosby, ITU.1 S Kev. T. B. Reams,Vaster A.. ".1. Ail Eyes 'FitW(
robtad of the fruits RECEIPTS. ire as manna The last of their rule was a all\Church-a'tdamsTenn., :
3f. lie is being &;;O9,77 00 of the twenty years I' DISTRICT NO. 2. \ ..1 think I should have been dead but .And the Fit Guaiant.sdb J
. ; at hie labor by the Carnegies and other Donations Membership fees 2i3 00 3. lIe rideth upon the wings contractors' jubilee. They left the country P.M. Rivers. John Croft and VercilEdwards v i for your Genuine .1. A. Simmorij. 1

-!i ,. pirates that now claim to be his cepccial Reimbursed by U. S.Govcnunenton dav Yet' even on the shadows! of nigbt; without a navy or the plant to make : Inspectors; J. C. Byrd, Cl -rk. gj' Liver Medicine. I have IUVERSJOINER: ,', j
of work 2,5ui is8H1 his'heel is armed with the. glory ot Ihemorning. I A'( ; \ oin.Limes had to substitute Ii
f'" friends,-Evnnsville Herald. acc't sanitary .... one. DISTRICT NO- y. ; ; Cpj "Zeiiia's stuff*for your Mctli "rbM1Tllf'
: $312.8i6 11 i Secretary Whitney has reversed this J. C. Pcarce. W C. Kerce and B. A l : cine, but it don't answer the

1r'. Uere is the result of free raw materials: 1n lC'DnTRE8.' S 85 5I 66 4. He pulteth not his light under a policy. If he spends money he has some Parribh Inspectors; .!. G. Kolierts. Clerk. I5 a iia purpose." !f T.I&.t'rI not supplied
less than 2,000.000 For Sanitary work neck of the to show for it. The new cruisers ton*.. Dr.J. R. Graves, UJitor The A. E... t
In 1871 we exported Sanitary supplies 6:.tii.S 8 bushel nor his yoke on the thing DISTRICT NO. 4.
t : For .
,144Z' ): Tec
o:phis, says: r" "
Hw. of sole leather. In that year For relief 54.79 I. snail. Smoke comet h from his mouth and and torpedo boats will make a creditable A. C. Odom John Ward. and John I rccciicJa riCiiagu cf ot.r Liver Wia.tfjJ: 11tiTS

I ,4 were put on the free list and iu 1873 we For Nurses on Gov. pay roll roll 27,'0000 J* from the mouth of his beast, and he strew- beginning In the way of rehabilitating the O h'cn. Inspectors; II Williams.. Cik.DiSTRICT \ Mw :
- I ._ exported] 11,000.XX Ih.'. and in 1883, 34. Nurses not on Gov. pay .-.-*>( eth smoKe over the land. navy. prudent Republicans will not call NO. 5. It.vorl.iiks :. cli.irtn. I no
I pounds of sole leather in one year Qeneral Vihiting of Bureau 22,576 5 would wade attention to their party's dual work of .1. I). .II' auth D.V. better L.ivcr I-zuLatoi ar..l certainly '
expenses 116. 12 5. lie loveth his land and \V. II. Pinholstcr. II1'i .o more cf ZeUin s culture.MMc LADiES- ii
1 -j.uincirv has
and destroying
k or Sanitary guards letting the navy go to decay
W. U. Ball.
'p For relief for c unt'nirougn uom =.;'\ Lt in.blood for his pc.ople. He new marine. New YOlk \ Piulu-Uter Inspectors;
\I A' ___. _...i in tim ilrvft. our merchant "
The rry goes up that President Clove For claims or property destroyed 3r 16 flJ785 Pnuleth the and Clerk. 4. ] ", 41 Do Your Own Dyctaf.TK ,
He I
; ::; land is not a friend of the so die'r. But For transportation furnished ty Com'e !)0) upon woman Tlmrtnan'H Grand Qualities. John ('. Wills"Jill" Darby und U'ni.Mitchell. v jejil tv even-thing' Tb'? ticHi
For Executive Department, stationary, putteth not her infant to tlif tdge of bissword. W.T. I wLere. Tries lOc. a'psea..a sq
has si nell.j80 pension acts Inspectors} Dr\den. Cl'k.DISTRWT .
Jie special The qualities that distinguish Jlr.
printing. etc., 1 040 70 .- for Strength, Briphtneta,Aaw U k
.,.since; he assumed his uresent office while For New York AUX. Coinittee balance Thurman arc among the noblest that poor NO. 7. rt't or for Faatui-M of Color or "

Grant, Hayts. Garfield and Arthur together on hand :i,i7-60S.CIH 7. 11I'th- unto the husban" mnn: : humanity In contemplating Eli Hicks, J. ). (;iirietiril! E. V.Fojrsr. sj Jl -j pi, .iiaKiiSi They do not crock or amnt:Weote,]
signed only 1,570. President John- For loan to city of Jacksonville to payemployees Thy corn is the lust t in the land. Again his strict' possesses.his freedom : In.-ucciors; P. I H.I I'asor.. Clerk.Puhlishtd E i IS Scf J. L. a
A integrity, perfect
(( ClisiS: Vrnifi-i tLSc
. () (ro) > ; ALL U.'LS. Bg
: lion signed inly 431. Perhaps the P,'n- For Camp Mitchell 2:37800: ,i lusaytth : Give Ifl(' thy voice.and I will from ostentation the simplicity of hia hy ordi-r of the BUIof tes I. tol'r-h ";.'. 'l :tE"avoc1. tJO Cl

* a. pton-Uill biifiness is growing as the) polili For general commissary supplier on I make the captain of hll ts. rhetorical style and of his homely life and County Commissioners. .st. .L'l-tl ,'lC.d..--- :, '- .. .
:** < claus liecone more greedy nml reckless. For ll&lId'Buhscrlption to telegr. employesFor ll.OKJ 76'W 0 8. The n iii saveth: Yt .thou bas my the gentleness of his nature, one is apt to 11. P. Yon:.. .' .?.T.'.z-" ._ "_,__--or._.<11.-, ; )" -A .wrest: ; io t M

. expense 01 New York Committee 4i1 voiceAnd: the Candidate slci-peth) well forget that this most amiable of men is Cleik of 'otnt. t3 i--. u:,::! .-t"it '.,,:1.r)<:I.a..uQJ'3 L! 0IJfocc

The petjile of the United States are For relief tent to Macclenny 4 utI (ti U53'i I lhi; night. one of the ripest scholars of tho age and and Ex.Omcio Auditor for Board of :I l-ive 1'5a.s Cutror .*-t't: ".-."'s,: 'Jt ioJ" pia-a. 8'
j For relief sent to Sauderson 2! ,"'. _., )
"-L nlive to th'ir own interest, and n nwjw'tvof For relief sent to Ferua n iua 6,13S;ij 9. To llm merry mnn he sitJ{ : Ha. ha second in the wisdom of the law to no County Commissioners If ; f.'t' ..' 'illa 1" h 1 savj >f.> r:'t La. t

them viII support and sustain the executive For relic sent to Gail OS'i1l.,1; .ViM nnd to th' widower: Grrelins! T 1 liCIt art man in tho republic. His simplicity of y i--y lilt'. -A. I n. 1)0r.1L: Notice 84

. : s. vlu has proposed and defends For relief gent to Glen St. Mary 'U stiirken and lonely thy children style and character is the simplicity of K.* l'Hur:1111 utif'i Eilfti2 -
I nil that tariff taxes 21 for mlllllt'r.I yearn true greatness; his modesty and candorare iy CIRCUIT ('{'URT, 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tllu, i'j.., A'riI 2.)'. kb7. Six s'-'i-t-ii a1.-r date I SLit iP.IotI.lp Stho
Against new .
sophistries Cush balance in a (II' FL }HW.BRADfORD( COUNTY. U.: Ki l.rit. fi tr.ty Juis'hi S
,,, fchall be.educed and that the Govern nKtnl Then treasury loi.VJi fc" (). Who madu the Camlidi-te I ? The the characteristics of a moral and in- !. tf or1ri ,lf itt t tateofFIrjda."HtI r '
comes a long uf the ;
which if su>talpcri only upon the leviesupon explanation I tellectual balanco that the greatest of epic In the matter of the application of K. H. Alderman rnifiL.trai.u-a 1-3 :;. Rtat aiIsq: 1"a
.r expenditures of tbe various amounts. The Spirit saith: Not 11! -\.ut1lhe devil is inuni.Scull' poets in tho and Etnmelint Alderman administrators f SOP. tatet the Cbiiaty cf L4brk
', tl< people shall have uo more money \ presents "honey tongued of the estate of Hiram f
following arc the available resoiuces on AU'erniKii. late of :EfptWlil.-KH.. uster
timnits honest. economical aclminIstnititt Oct. speaker of Pylos, the "great and complete Bradford County, Stateof Florida. dec. n,ed. for
costs -Chicago Time : I i iI man. as Shakespeare calls him the an onlrr to sell certain lands longing: to said PESO]
Cash in treasury $101.721 8: NOTICE. of wisdom and estate for the distribution the heirs of t
unions ? PUBUt
frj( italance in hands of N. Y. Com. 3,7721.6 type graciousness, grand said estate situated in the counties of NOTICE FOR Cl
1\II I iiidcbli-d the of old strong hearted C'ay.
it sims perfectly clear that when the Advanced to pay nurses on be
roll to refunded Citizen.
17.10000 Hiram i Alderman late ot Bradford ( 'II 0ly. All the parties interested ore hereby uritiflM
goveriiicul, that instrumentality created trt-uerul coiuuiissary supply on State ol Florida! dcx-eased, will tomehtrward that we will make application to the Honorable t- I ti horrhy given that IM
und mlnlalned by the people to do their hand 13804 19Jl nil! make iinau-iliute seth lenieit, An Effective Shot. James :. Baker. Judge of the aforesaid Circuit "l : 1&kIIIt(1 yet.Ji-r ha-filed notice of Ml* fin

btddig. turns upon anti, through an utter Total available resources $ s,;AA s at his office in tho City of Jacksonville. IHival Tho ("uiaketinitproif scpporto/itd ii 1
I of the same and all!I persons holding Tho of President Cleveland County. Florida. f lEST rotur.'i JIciK-, tie CJ
of its extorts from They repoit 175572.11 message r wherever the Court may i saH prtt will ttmroe before
_ pVCt"fl powers, I Hjiinis said will then I e. on Thursday. the 20th cine is 1'iso'r. CinicK JOlt *. (ierkoL C.
niig the : 10 weeks. The : against ostatu present recommending retaliation on Canadian day of December J "nfl t.kahser.c* tL
past i itlidr ilt
themthcir labor and capitnl tribute largely following them duly auilK-ntic.ited. wjihin the time fishermenjjrbo commit A D. 1&H.S, (oraO order to fo'.l:! the f"lIowin. CO U'PTI07t'liII l' HI I Starkf, Fu.! on NH.
,. in cress of public necessities, the creature -I estimate for the six weeks beginning outrages on lands belonging to the estate of Hiram Altler- takoitvitlicnt tjecli"Ji.? Ktr>e'- of Marke, fls.B.L

: : ".. bis rebelled ajiaiust the creator and 1 Oil Oct 20t1J! : required by law. or Ibis notice will be American flag, has been the sole topic of man lute of said comity Bradford, deceueit.situated By &ll druggisui. :ic.fe'i W ?' cf s W SetTp 3 S Zi1L'

'4' '1 thciiaMtr* ate rnhhcit their llelief I'ur Fernandina MacclennyandKiinderaon plead as a bar to I their recovery, discussion since its issue. Coming as it in the count!?* of Clay,Alachua and lie nan-i-N tir foltpwlr.gWhtflftIS! 1
by wrvanlsCcvelaud's
$ >,rtiOOJ II. 11. ALDKKMAX.KMMAIJM does when the Republicans were expecting Marion cold for distribution ug' the heirs o- I'j continuous lejWtwe iiptD, SiMi .
+ .;' Letter Acceptance! I'rovUions and laooi as relief raid estate to-wit: In Clay County. Lot Xo. 5. "t"It. ,, said laiitT.'u: -ciirer
: stampede
voters from the tI
measures for toix \\6tkslol' 14WO ,- Sec S"; Lot No. 4 less 5 acres 0'1 east side, S-c. : :. Atii-ni Tis.11.. ofStaii. *HwJ |
( t'tll'lt'1).(00 fO \d niinistrail or?. Democrats, because of their alleged 31: SW X of NW X less 5 acres on east side and LUSES V.TiSTALl ElSE fAHS. r. <:. B. Ejecir

,* ; ,1&ile the heaviest burdens incident tosituisof Expenses fi-r Bureau Nur es aud friendship for England, it is a great campaign NW # of t-W k Sec. 3B, all iu T 8, S Rouge& E, Cc fea EejtCoujriifcjrup. TastesgfH. USO T. V. Andrrsoa. .

I : 11'' $ (' the government me un- Medical relief 2'.POO O1' card. Just how much of it is campaign containing ViO acres. _4' ] h: !:r,-- S'ildbydruf I ; John (i. Kitch, -..CKFOR "
<'lit fcUindiiit bills In Alachtia County g fr ggggfegysKThe & -
( -
: r.VpJJninriy I IK'fI(. light burdens 1wniie 1 xPf'UNl"- for Camp Mitchell U* There will I IM- sold at the late residence talk w.e can't tell but It certainly to-wit: S E Xf S E J4 or N "E \ Sec. 26 T 10

grievous nml intolrmhlr when not ContiiijcfDcies !,0.1 Is enough to show that the president does SRaiige.

., JfMby\\ !\\ \ \ Mich l1e(; .hlics.. _. Total estimated expenses |li5.Vwi.u") of'I'II11IY.I IImini I Slatet Alilcniiau J.)01'h. lute I\, of doceas Bradford'd. on not intend to permit the Canadian or ILSSOuq.W X of Lot 37 in town of Molrose, containing ; iiiosu'fHi' ate -<-tstinrit>!i -iii "afeIv ;o''i& PUI3LII. J

l/iincrusMiry taxation is unjust'And tIlXI1IiIlI" English overument to walk over us feeLIn Marion County 1;-I' 1).T. I I.. MLfijH! Jar: \Viue I. ,

c yet tliis is our ccudilion. We arc Au Kuwrniou* Surpht" fie 12th day of NoVL-inlxr! 18S8. the personal rough shod. By such a course Mr. Cleve to-wit: S X of NE X S*c.l T14 S Range 21 E.also Lui!: !>:ilu'; it r..; :t s'irt imly for lossiif l-itn: OFFICE AT GJSepttt I

i |injiunly] : collecting at our custom houses.Htid The acting Secretary of Treasury eliniates property' belonging to lift estate. Invil land has virtually estopped the opposition -i SEX and S X of N E". See. J8. and W y of vt.i.-f, cotriand! al! throai HUM! IH\K 1 )ftlc

hy menus of our internal revenue that Ihe surplus revenue for I the \ : I ..iti, Fnild'T I llorst-s. )1 iilcs. Cattle, in their cry of "British ally" which I SWandSWXofSWJs.c.J7.aiidj,: X !hisui-a-'. Notice N hereby given tha$61rr.irc'l Brat
fiscal llog Wagons. Carts etc.. etc.. belonging of N W X. Sec. 19, all iu T11 S Range 22 E. con FettTer ha'nK-d notice<* tr ..ftI
a mllli I iv coining year will amount to $l22.- has been raised .
.: &/* luxation many Jii.s exw' s of ui) against him.-'RockvUl taming 5*) aere.October *. If n i
said UII h. yon :fI't' -';!'rrinwlth make fnal proof in support
000.001)) in In rstule. Terms weak orin
'. legitimate riihlic nt'ccttle.I.ulI" Let- excess of the actual nud uett-s- 1888. (Ind.) Tribune.The 20th 1888.H. J111111e.1 py-s, or hivinilaTetl that sr.i *: expenditures of the Oct. 12th R AI.EERIUX. p.p'Ii1Ts. yon
of Government. if
< :. Jer Acceptance. t r.f CirtuU x'owrt.or *
,. Add to this the 98000.000 of 1 H R. AJ.DKKMAX.EMMALKNK tiixALJ.NE ALDERMAN i-m jiiji-ky! l'u11 !h.y n,iiitr 1'r. J. II. Court at StJirke. Florida. 5fviz I
I._ .. now Brave Old Roman. L. B. PBODES. Admiiiiatrators. McLe-an's fju-tiigtbeniii'r iye! 1 theurn
'in the AI.DEKMAN, yr 3 :Jantrs V.fort1teVofSW. Nirhols,Startj
:I/i3iilt In luring into sonic hcavv timbers at treasury, null there will he over The Tribune has been Petitioners' Attorney.SILEIIIFF'S. conts a I ox.Thprc C SKI ,
.,. r 1200.000,000 of the prosecuting its
people's mOM" ------------ \V 3 of S K Sec. l.Tpl.8Ba* J
Tidlihu --
tin- Miopa of the F. C. P. wrull/ "campaign of and ------------------------ X the
(ruin them hy taxation locked argument education"by aceiilonts He s the follows"B*
unnecessary arpMrany di nanu
kIll -
: isilway. the oilier diiy. Winchester hall | ipj I sfs
up and withdrawn from the natural Gloomy Outlook.GAIKESVILI.K ridiculing Judge Thtirman, deriding; SALE. WhiCh :,lle .-t stock and t'311-.e prinus in.(01le111eflC continuous residence npoo' purl
fri; \\111i found I CHuM tJ.1t'l in the center of hIm "
one on account of his tsaidkud.viz
Jic ,.r iKJ.ICJVK.. 1 he timbers came from the clninnels of trade. Is not some reduction FI.A., oc:. 29.-Yestcr- his age and represent-" By virtue of a certain wiit .f execution i'!ued 1111(1! loss to the f1rLz1Mr in his AdnmTwon: oiStarteI'-'
4- big visit
*.* -, Natural Itt M "t' nnd the ritle hull is of the i even ue necessary? Must the people day was our won't day. Ten new Cues to thlft city as "a show. out o' flip circuit Court of th 4th Judicial CIrcuit work, which Lay be quicklv veniedieil <:. B. Sapp. I
; SliP' people have not forgotten the "show" of i-honda in and or Bradford in by the use of Dr.7. "
suffer because county a H.It'Le'tn' Vol T. V. Anderson,
*fl IXIMH! to I*) II relic of tin: battle fllll hlChl'w too indolent Congress is too partisan have dcvelojwd since Sunday morning i : arranged and advertised for Mr. Elaine in cause where! James Miller is Plaintiff and S. clinic Oil Liniment. A..J Brownin' for I I
or to understand the two whittWatlio Voile and Willie Francis
IM-Iween the Ffderol and Confederate necessary this city how it Gardiner is defendant I have levied Instoli
legislation to reduce taxation? Bmld. The rest are colored. Two cases petered out in the upon and will sell at public outcry at the front SICK S
: fut( (!. 3lr. Joseph ( ,Uintt of IlE\DACiiE, and
captured play "Hamlet" with Hamlet absent. door of the Court House 1t'n5lntion !
;. --k the ltallllllli st-nt it to the Floridiuu tojlrtce Let the people this fall elect men to have occurre : at the Jill. Surgeon-Gen Judge Thurman is old but he has the the highest bidderforcashO'at> Monday Starke Florida the 3d freioion! an,l dullness in t\v\ hi.iuh, are Ei CIRCUIT COURT. 4Tff -- the '

; it in its Illubeuni.-Floridlaa. Congress who Me pledged to cut down eral Hamilton has been tck- raplietl to true Democratic grit, and ridicule of of December A. D. 1888. all the right title interest vers4111111zIy; pro Tned by h-dips- OF H.ORIDA. BRADFOBDI

the levvnue to the wctual needs of the send some one to take full medical. charge him will recoil .those who any and equity of redemption of the said S. tion: inorbhl slespomlent.v! I I irritability 1 cnijcut1c -
Government and take of 8trllirs..s istunt upon indulge in Francis Gardiner in and to the following described and i.
needless tax hurt Surgeon-General 1 over sensitiveness of the REBECCA E. SPLLLS'vs. I
tr When I was A boy, no American thought It.-New York World. real estate. to-wit: AH of Jots 5, 6, 7 and i' may .
: r dtfcro.sisg the ocean under other t-ns off the people's hacks.-Indianapolis Martin who has been here for two weeks, 8 in block liD the town Starke.. and also all of a uiajqritv of cases !ha traf-ejl to the elecIbst
any llag Star. has orders to report at Live Oak. The that oart eat of that deeded to D. L. Alvarez same eau.e. Or. J. H. McLpun's Liver
by t-
rc tlmu the and ; in the above
14, I : stars stripes. TWIny if you An Situation is izlouuiy. Dr. Phillips is recovering That :Forakerian TCboep. S. J.Temple by deed bearing date Dee. 13. .82, and Kidney Balm and Fillets will posi notified that Complainant M j' can
(lo not like the English Able Leader. of the S t\ J
you sail of St'c.17 T tiveJ.Cure.. th
may 6 S
and i i. able to sit; up. The sick There has been a general in Range complaint against him 15
impression vote
22 E.
,imder! the French the Dutch President Cleveland is the ablest and helng east of the Sanderson road and unM
or some con. resident and that
1' fJicr.|! but you will look in vain for an best L-uderanv party in this country has of last week ere doing well.-Times Union. the east that Bloody Shirt House are NEX taining ID acres more or Ie8-;aDd also E Uof LIFE wilt acquire new zest, and chf.orfnlne's demur thereto by the firSt MOPIW
Foraker. he of ec.5.T7SRange _
the 21
E _
had unahook hand bad ;and also SE7 of A, D. the allegaUonj L -
AniL-iicau ship. The cause of this decline since Abraham Lincoln lifted the ----,- found his level NEK SeciW T 7 S Ra.n 22 E;and also 10 acre* murn, ifyo'i will impel your 1SS8. and tliipartee *?
at last and him
proper retired liver ) a confessed by
,>f commerce since the is Republican to and it in SW corner of SEW of SE an< kidneys to the performance
1' Our war, simply party power gave to the seclusion of H See 29 T 6S of to final deer** Y'- *
..- Iliat, i it hiss been taxed out of existence 25 years of supremacy. lIe is a gieat man Senator Call in Starke. an Insane asylum but Range 22 E less one acre In the NE corner thereof their function,. Dr. J. IF. McLean's Given under my MnJ**| 1for
.. unihr the name of protection. Give Amf in the biggest sense of the word. Aud he On Monday next United States .Sena Is evidently the case. He spoke east to the and form west of and a quadrangle 152.84 running 285 feet Liver and Kidney hum will stimulate 25th day of October A.D. *,
Call will lie in the and in Ohio lately and called on the north and south. them to heal'hful Bra
; tor city will address Almighty action. 551
c J- rican ,ingenuity, American industry, free carry the Democratic party into theovemlMT to Property pointed out by plaintiff's attorney. per b'Ue.- .
-: : he pfople on tbu political topics of prevent re-election of Grover C1 veland. HENRY L. B. RHODES EsqComplainant's the
|pi"| >. aii-1 }t can compete with all the election united enthusiastic : W. EPPERSON, Solicitor.
111..1Let turn andgive He really ought to be TUE "Uft- of
everyhody out taken care Sheriff of Bradford Co., Fla. the flesh i.the blood the
:L: ,. .'.:;. VVorld, hut when you go to "protect" it every faction in line and every rank unbroken -! i the Senator a royal l reception. of. If he is not he will hurt himself some Nov. t, 1888. thereof;" pure Mood means a healthv '
you Hiangle. it llfury George's PJiilajdclphhi ; backed by the undiminished contingent -
d:1y.-BraokJyn Citizen.
of activity and his bears with Notice to Debtors!! ., -
Fpcech. intelligent Republicans who it the
'ttainty'of Itor
; quick
: restoration
revolted at the rottenness or their party A Midnight Blaze. NOTICE. from sickness accident. All persons iodebtedtoUj
'4g."b? .[ Mate Board of Health. ami cast the 'balance against it. While we The little; house belonging to Mrs. F. Keep a Fair Count )Ic:Lean'a Strengthening Dr. J. II. C. Grother late fcf B dW. -
Cordial and
Again we call on friends and deceased, are renoest* ".
B. Jone. .Mtimferl III the our who
'rtot are
:- The iieople should see to it that the disagreed with many points of his me&sane p : The Chicago Tribune gleefully an indebted to us to settle make I Blood Purifier jcrive4* pure rich blood! payment to the unuersig jH tfo
4 ; Legislature thnt is to he elected iu n few 011 the tariff that message undoubtedly city was destroyed hy flr on nounces that the Harrison train Is on Its up or some I and vitalizes and strfngtheus the whole heir demands against -
enthused tbe Tuesday ni ?)ht. The Louse was not occupied to the White arrangements towards settlement. We body. *I.X( them,duly authenticated
Democaatic House
c.I frt\s is profoundly! impressed with the importance masses. His way and Democrats will tnke per bottle. :. -
and the origin tt the lire is a cotton corn or such produceas scribed bv law or tIllS ..
LL; ; of having a State Bou-dtf Health message on the fisheries question thrills 1 j 11I'stel'l'his house was situated iu a are climbing aboard of it at every station. vro can sell again. THR bar of their recovery. of' Fo
i i ilraj with nil health every American heart and sends a clisar But what about the Republicans who quality of the blood depends
< matters. The Leg grove of as tine orange trees ns any in are RICHARD much 1
.: :0' '. j jshilure will meet early next'spring! and note ringing above partisan clamor that I the city. and t they were al o destroyed. getting off at the same time? Keep both 1523 & PACE. assimilatjoi upon)good to mak or bad digestion and Starke.Florida forfort
; ho 18S&
of ( blr.otl 6th
one j flf is{ prsl acts should be u law for thlietur wih catchmrnya doubtful vote. Xo The house '.iIS fully t insnnxl but the in- ends the tally and then yon won't get life and stl'Clltt: II- rich in Sept.:

.-: protection of the lienlth of our patriot can doubt that it will do to trust I snrxnoe does not cover the loss othe xmfused.-Boston Herald. use Dr. J. II. McLean's;ivillg' conxliluents BUflini

.. ,e :, :: .Pule. All tlw places in other states which Angelica's ipterest in the hands that penUC(1 trees. Not To the Ladiea. Cordial and mood Tnritii-r Strengtl'ening it ,1I11111U1"- The Verdict tJ :
at AU ;
: I ':-, wery alarmed! 6y ihe fever in Florida this that jncssageAtlanta Constitution. "Private. There ish the properties of the blood fioui \V. D. Suit, Drngt

.. .- ,V( ir will watch for the appearance 'hl any t'rl' ithceoocasinned Worth Knowing.Mr "Trusts are private affairs" BATS Mr. out the are thousands of Ladies through which the eleii'.cnlH: of vitality are der testifies; "I caners rOCOW -
of .; by the coniy H. Bbine. God forbid! .Trust are country whose systems are poi- ived. ?1 as the very Le"* 1offl
; HWpicious cases yellow. fever here next : W. .Morgan merchant Lake public sout'd pr boit.'e.: *
;*.* purcmer and if,any such rases should oc- ." : et once ceasest'Jft City, Fla, was taken with a severe Cold, diseases. Organizations of men for coer and whose blood is in an impure Is'tk sold ha< given reO

-1 : 'quarantine' 8&uat.florida.: will U- 5 >}, -. ',.. ;. H J. 'fruuH't1 hy lit .1 with a distressing Conga and don or boycotting are condemned by the condition, from the absorption of impure I The rank and decaying vegetation'of rs' man took six bO' Bn'of
I' rrjm'nal matter due to Uheumatismof I .
T"1 1 into Consumption in"ita first hq fhVrt fll lATDIof menstrual irregularities.; regions newly lp ieitof of i
r 1mlthlbed ato ce.: 'U111, be vastly .'. ; t. ty't"i _.' f1t This < timl,.r. txposed -
class dre31
[lie tned many so called' popular capital to coerce opinion are peculiarly benefltted the to the ray ofth. Abraham Hare,
: L chepper far beterzo the ., natural by : sup'. is ti
.i/H e ; sure breed
my ? I! '
-1' ;:4: ; best-
". pensell'l : : ) remedies andstcadilvKftaw worse. prices and common laws wonderful tonic and malaria. I ij. .1. I I. nflirins: "The -
r.s ; j health -- are trebly crimi : blood-clcanunx; Mcl.Mi
l ; oft boanLtlfan.toV t-. > t'hill I bi and *
: :
if tk7
:; Ie. tofpiis ePeaIt'd. + I'.;' ';.'\: ,. :. ..,1". .. .' 'iIs: i' |liK-ud 1 in flesh, had nal. Mr. Elaine has enunciated a princi I properties of Prickly Ash. Poke Root and : Fevt-r ('.ire, bmilel :\.( -eutJn: action have evrrbantllodilt&1 I
year ..;. I" f< .. and unable ; to pie trader which Potas.'iium-P. P. will en.-e. is Klectrii- flhII6 forsnI
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For Justice of,the Peace. Hampton Cleaning. I such a degree of masonic confidence thai t

FOflj D COTY TELEGRAPH. The friends of Louis'WUkovskl\ take We have had a few refreshing showers, no man in the county stands higher among i C.W.J LAN KEN BURG: _
the masonic fraternity. He is
pleasure in announcing him as a CAndidate Preparations are being made to ship ornnges. moreover\ ,
for the office of Justice of the Peace The crop will be very light, only well known and respected member of Thc .

1 Flit. Nor.. 2. 1888. for the Sixth District Bradford Countyand ,about a third of last season's yield. Farmers' Alliance. To him society is I : i [ J I I; I f : i i ,i :: ; : .:
r1e much indebted and in I I FTULNFPIIItE 1 I II Ii
solicit the suffrage of the voters at Rev. B. F. :Manire, our Christian Minister no man our county F1iIft11iTTR13 I I J : : !
to day has any higher c.aims upon oui :
the ensuing election, went out to Starke: Sunday, to con ,
suffraee. Morally socially and politically
ANNOUNCEMET MANY duct services. }
he is the peer of the noblest of our &4>.

Clerk of Circuit Court, Yellow fever at Gainesville is on the The political mercury has been up tc county; therefore we are hopeful of his: Beds, d-room Suits, Parlor Suits Lounges, Easy chairs
r candidate about 100 degrees the last few days. Thai election, and to you fellow-citizens we look '
I creb noouoce myself of the Circuit a Court lncr aS8. is right.! Have jolly good time as long for help. And now making this last. hon Mirrors Windo shades and fixtures Mattressess -
: Clerk! "
'., e office Qf and respectfully Sc-hool : will at the as there is a ray of hope l-ut somebodywill cSt, earnest and solemn appeal, respectfully -. :''' ..
radford County of, fellow-citizens County Hoard meet have the "blues" in about u week.A solicit for him the support of 1\11 Pillows Woven wire springs & Cots. ,, ? ,;
L: l tIle suffrage my Court House on Monday. protracted meeting of two weeks''' lovers of good government. :, :. ;
elecnon ..-
c ensuing not meet duration has just closed at the Methodist Truly, when the righteous beareth role .
Very n pectfu1ly. County Commissioners will Picture Frames made to order. Upholstering of all kiuds Solicited. Cash or easy payments '
church. Quite a number of preachers the people rejoice.
ot II. F. YOKE.niyself until a week from Monday. .
present. NEIGHBORS! AND MANY VOTERS. Gask:: 7-' s Blook., STAPIE: FLA_ Mv

..crebv announce a candidate Morgan; Bros. have the largest stock of Our mill men. Messrs. Farmer & Kier- (*l
.. of lce of Clerk of the Court of School BOOKS that has ever been in the ulff will be ready in a few days to furnish STATE NEWS. -

ford e 'ounty, repectfully! solicit city. all the orange boxes that will be required Clipped from our exchanges.- : ORANGE COLLEGE,
ia rage of my fe1l0w-citiwns: at the in all the country around. Don't Peach trees are blooming quite freely in GARDINER AND PACE

ing tleCtiOa. Very Hcspectfnll), Live Oak lias yellow fever. The route fail to give them your orders. Lake City. STJI&EIE FLA. .

W. T. \VEEES. via Calahan will probably be opened ina Last Friday was the day for tue county The Public Spirit of Cocoa has been -

Count Jud e.tftby few days. candidates to meet at this place, and they discount nued. Bradford Florida
For announce that 1 am a candl- Mrs. W. M. Meacham has purchased were here, too. by the cart load. And we Tallahassee grown pecans are plentiful SESSION OF 18889.Fall '. 4
office of County Judge. had speeches from the greatest to the in the market. Term '
for 1h. the Culver property near the Methodist smallest, and among them wt: find that of Opens Monday. Sept.
Ifcspectfully. L. Gaskins of The mythical "frost line" of Florida 3rCl,'? j-,
J. R. RICHARD. church. Hon. J. worthy special 8e- / ESTATE AGENTS.
has claimants
;{ note, beginning as it did with the early )
. t, to we earnest solicitations of Mr. Middleton Chieves and Mi.s history of our Nation and of Florida. The valuation of property Santa Rosa Hates per Mouth: 1.5O.2, 3, and ,'
MJDg friends !hereby announce myself Francis Cason were married in the cityon He showed our progress and growth as county is $1,282,800. 3.50 Dollars. 1

I !or the office of County Judge Monday by C. L. PeeK" Esq. time sped on; also the figures and facts The latest valuation of property in Mon ... -

odidate ensuing elcction nnd respectfally under Democratic and Republican rule, roe county is $1,831,750. All Tuition due at THE END { :
be fel1ow-citJzens. Enterprise has had yellow fever ever which that fair State under
of proved our GROVES.
the StlpPort my Mosquitos have disappeared from Melbourne OF EACH MONTH and Patrons .
WJ,{. F. 1IALPnCRS. since June and just admitted it to the Democratic administration had paid an and other Indian River localities. ,
debt will be expected to settle Promptly.Free .
enormous public expended great
17 deaths have occurred there.
For Sheriff. public. sums in the education of her sons and Cat squirrels are getting plentiful In the Terra will begin the First

announce myself & candidate City Council will probably not meet daughters induced capital from the North hammocks iu different parts of the State. Monday in October, and will be* IMPROVED FARMS, ., :' _

bereby'office of Sheriff of Bradford coun- Tuesday as it is election day and three and West to pour into our boarders and A man named :Maley, at Daytona, recently FREE to County Pupils. ,,
tbs respectfully solicit the suffrage of made us one of the happiest as well as the harvested 40 bushels of corn to the absolutely '" .
nA member of it are county candidates. is offered
wiMrcUizcn8 at the ensuing election. most prosperous in the Union. Duringthe Every Advantage WILD LANDS. -

1.IQ Very Respectfully' There will be great consolation among course of his speech he produceda acre.Tallahassee grown bananas are now be- those desiring a good BUSINESS ,

hENRYV.. EPPEKSOX. the candidates next Wednesday morn number of examples where tariff reform ing offered for sale in the markets of that EDUCATION, at a Nominal Cost. -.w

4, icitations rf many friends I ing. We extend our sympaties in ad- would be of great benefit to the the masses city.The For Full Particulars apply to I 1,000,000 Acres of land belonging to the FLORIDA
and would in injure manu-
the no way
t assessed valuation of in
A. B.
- announce mywlf: as a candidate vance. facturer. The doctor was highly applauded property C. J. DENTON, SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO distributed throughout tl.cs.tate and
ehy of Bradford coun-' Volusia county this year is, in round numbers PRINCIPAL. I ,
. the office of Col. J. II. :Martin left yesterday with a by all present, as well as complimentedby
the coining election, Hnd respect-! a number of ladies who lent an attentive extending southward from the south boundary of Georgia to Fort Harrell,
- at wlidt! the suffrage of my fellow- ; car load of oranges for St. Louis, Mo., ear in the store below. During the last 142 days we have had REAL EST ATE.J. .
11 the first car load shipped from here this The Doctor is one of our very best men 57 rainy days. The total rainfall for that I in Monroe county.
zent. W. w TCMBLIX. period being 43.32 inches.At .E. Low. J. P.PBATT:C. E.
season. and is peculiarly qualified to fill the office & NOTARY PUBLIC.
herof of legislator for our county. Give him Cedar Key recently, during a storm, Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are ojfered to
for -
Trounce myself a candidate Mr. W. R. Kelley was in the city last support first. last and all the time, the wind was computed to have gained<< a :
your LOW and
and ask the !
Bradford County supf his to Fernan- of 75 miles hour. BONA FIDE SETTLERS.
friends at the coming election. Sunday morning on way and you may rest assured that he will do velocity per 1

of my A. A. THOMAB.f I dina, where he has been appointed Post the same for you at Tallahassee. Dr. Chace. ut Lake Weir, has a grape Orange 1,11II
Master. We were pleased to have a visit from vine of the Flower variety that will yield I
350.0CO Acres of Williams and Swann's land and lands ot
For Tax Collector. Mrs. Dr. Murray and daughter last week<< over 15 bushels of grapes. : City Property 6

of B. Haynes announce him Tnis is the last week that candidates' and regret to kuow that they soon will An effort is being made to have a steam Sam'l! A. Swann, situate on both sides of the Florida Railway and Navigation 'I

"iSidate for Tax Collector of Bradrd announcements will appear. Before an- leave for the North. Our genial friend ship line established\ between New York TIMBER LANDS in any partOF

County at the ensuing election, andk other issue we will know who the successful %Ir. T. F. McCall was up, Sunday, from and Palatka ut an early day. FLORIDA. Co's line of Railroad between Fernandina: on the Atlantic coast, and

the support of his fellow-cit izcns. ones will be. Leesburg. Biscayne Bay is alive with fine fat mul- Cedar Keys, on the Gulf of Mexico.
MANY FKIENDS. I We are pleaded to see the announcement let. Great quantities are being caught and LOANS PL-ICED ON IMPROVED

Prof. Young proposes to hold Teach- I of Mr. S. F. Gaidiner as a candidate pickled for future use. CITY PROPERTY. -
for the
.nnounce myself a ers' Institute for the benefit of for lOX assessor. Being, as Mr. G. is, familiar How survive much
county can Augustine
tee of Tax Collector for Bradford coun. with the greater portion of the lands Civil Engineering, Surveying, ORANGE GROVES and IMPROVED FARMS .
is lifted
unless the ? An
of fellow- teachers, elected to the office of County longer quarantine
solicit the. suffrage my also of their value, we .
Ifld jf the county, and Conveyancing.GREEN
she is out of beer.
liens at the cOllllng election. Super!11 teuden tof Schoels.Mr. :hunk him tfo man for the place; we need exchange says ASPECL LTY.
HE\RY FOUTS I A "sausage" is the short and musical COVE SPRING -FLORIDA.No. .
R. A. Hull and wife are visiting IL L mau with his experience. name given by the Pensacola papers to a .
1 I hereby announce myself a candidate in[ the city with Mr. L. C. Hull and family. ase of ordinary assault aud battery. 4 CROCKER. BLOCK.POST Send for discriptive pamphlet maps etc. When making ap

I'; election Bradford to county the office and of Tax respect-Col- "Bob" looks natural although he The 30th In Highland. The Palatka Herald claims that business OFFICE:LOCK Box 16 vitiation for lands whether to the principal or agents PLEASE :

!Ctor of fellow- has been absent from Starke several Editor TELEGRAPH: in Palatka. 100 per cent better now Circulars and Lithograhic Views of
]ly solicit the support of' my years.D. Oct. 30th was a gala day.for Highland, than it was at this time last year.A Green Cove Springs will be sent on ap I REFER TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT. 1- ,

L izens. Respectfully, Tilghman died in Gainesville of md especially so for the "colored beeves brudIcr" man in Daytona has bought an mcu- plication. Correspondence Solicited. I March 9 1883 tf .
M. M. HALE. yellow fever last woeK. He had been and the hungry, for two fine bator, and will go into the chicken manu- I S
lad been killed and nicely: cooked for the KEENE -I
married but a few short months. This 'aclurmg business on a grand scale. O. -

1 announce myself as a candidate and for.Collcctnr marriage is fresh in the minds of our five jccasion hundred;this together loaves with 01 the from celebrated three to R. A. Stewart of Suunyside:; ,near Leesnirg Millinery Fancy Dress Goods QltS; w'nK'{ ( : S ,
for Bradford County of itizens. Starke brend a generous supply ot butter has harvest ed six tons of flue crabgrass ; :

o earnestly solicit the suffrage election.T. my md plenty of coffee etc, etc., was ample ; hay from his 4-acre orange grove. MOTIONS. KID GLOVES PARASOLS
the ensuing Col. Frazce is the of the
at now proprietor
low-citizens W. SWEAT. to satisfy the inner man. The celebrated Great quantities of lumber and pieces of Silk Umbrellas, Zephyrs and all kindsof
K. J. Jones<< lots Madison Avenue, opposite highland Brass band were out in fall ressels have been coming in on the beach material for .

I For; TaxI Assessor. Dr. Cask!!'. The Col. will erect lumK'rs and did much credit to thcmsel- uL Biscayne Bay for ihe last two w:eks. !
Who will res and the occasion. The Honorable Re- Ocala] looks like a new city. Her streets Fancy TVorlc. : !I -',
I announce myself us a cnndi- .hereon a handsome cottage. ; r I 1&ce' tGO4SItMO

lesBor ate hereby for of election Bradford to county the office, at the af Tax ensuing As- je the lucky lady? publican Jongressnmn candidates respectively! for were Governor promptly and description have been swept finds a and place no in garbage her thorougb'ares. of any- CSfPrompt attention West Bay to JACKSONVILLE.St.orders.. Cor. lAura, FLA i 8; : Pry ; .

lection and respectfully! solicit the sup- A little child of Mr. Clms. Sparkman, Ion hand as advertised also Republican .. .
1 oil of my who lives near the SparKman bridge. :undidates for county offices were well A farmer in San Antonio, Pasco county For Sale. .
fellowcitizens.Respectfully. At 1 m. Col Shipman ad-
epresented. p.
)) outh of Starke, while playing near afire has imported u big mowing machine; ,
E. W I dressed the audience of several hundred it to his neighbtrs at somuch On Crosby Lake 2J miles from
J. AINRIGllT. last Monday, caught lire and died topics of importance to voters at the ind hires out situated SA1RE .! !II N FLA.
POD n day. Starke. 10 acres Land beautifully -
1 hereby announce myself as a cmd i from the effects on Wednesday night. oming: election to consider. Upon the addition to Withlacoochee's 8 acres under fence. free from
The latest
ale for the office of Tax Assessor and Five pounds of eood Rio coffee ariff he does not seem, to be quite old clear trickster rune is a hen which hatched and raised I stumps, in fine order cultivate any of .
referred to tlicpl.iycd-out -
olicitu.1 suffrage of my fell' w-citizer.8 A jut us the native 2 acres in
t I the next election.Yeiy for one dollar] at 'irubSternbi2rg J, G. Bl.iiue. Through Col. bipwan's ,, to the size of. puitndges; sixteen. chicks Strawberries crops, upon 225 Orange; trees 100 omtstii uuft imu Qioous
15 1
from !
hour the audience eggs.Benj.imSu
Respectfully, & Co. speech of an Pear and other Fruit Trees, Grape Vines ,
M. 11. :MARKLY. weie extremely! quietaud orderly, a few Jordon, of Eau Gallie, was &c.. a small frame house, with goodwater
taps on the bass drum two or three times Irowned u few days ago, by jumping into right on the porch; a fine Horse, .
1 announce myself a candidate for theoffice I Trilby, Sternburg & Co. are offer- being the only exception. Col. Shipiuan's he water to save a skiff which had! got Wagon, Harness &c. For particulate White Gtodsj Laces tUMuozy. : Ai
of Tax Assessor! fur Bradford ooun- ing genuine bargains in every department. speech evidently increased the nuiiihe of way from him. apply to l- -. _

Ity, and solicit the voles of my fellow : I votes<< for the lIon Francis P. Flemm sour B. B Tatum one of the editors of the JOSEPH K. MELCHER ,-

[citizens at the ensuing election. next Governor. At ftc close of Co1.hipnUln's ). Jartow Courier-Informant has gone to 9-122 Starke. Fla.NOTICEOFELECTION4. GENT'S AND BOYS' HATS BOOTS AND SHOES
Tnos. J. DEKLE. A fine line of fertilizer constantlyon remarks a recess was taken for Rome, Ga., and assumed the cditOltilup of !{ AND

By the solicitation of citizens in differ- hand by Truby, Sternburg & Co. refreshments testified of their, and good the quality edibles and disappeared of thehealthy he Rome Journal.It 1 FINE CLOTHING.
noticed that since Daytona. ,-***
1 has bceu 1
of the county, announce <
ent portions multitude. A ter I
myself is u candidate for the office of Tax For: 'a nobby fitting hat call 1 on refreshments appetites were of the through with, Col. has a "Hotel de Cooler," promiscous I ___ ___ ___ = "

Assessor, und ask thcconsidciulion of my J.V.. Hodges. He is sure to please Goodrich took the stand and made as gooda shooting is not indulged in as much as To the Sheriff Bradford Co.,

fellow cititejs. you. 15-4t showing as anybody would for "the formerly.In of the State of Florida: SELLING OUT BELOW

I will add that my connection with Real boat he is in." His fine talent is worthyof the near future it is said, Daytona KNOW YE. that 1, JOHN L. CRAWFORD CIKTj
[ Estate business for the past five years has If you want to see a fine line of a better cause, but he is in the wrong will get up a grand shooting match, in Secretary of State:; of the State of

caused me to lie familiar with the lauded: clothing call in at J.V.. Hodges, on boat and has to make the most of it, for which the various military companies of Florida, do hereby give Notice that a 4
and would enable me more readily -
interest, .
him Washington.. Col. thc Suite will participate.The
it will not '
to comply with the requirements of the the c:>rner. 15-4t ,I Gooarich carry closed the exercises of the day Volusia county commissioners have be held GENERAL iu Bradford ELECTIONwill County. State of To Reduce My,Immense Stock of To..t

office. A new stock of shoes of all kinds. and the verdict of the Democrats was that Furnished the health board with $2,000.L'hey next succeeding the
1 also anxious to compile a map representing Florida on Tuesday '
ain has been at the store of the two speakers had made a heap of votes have also laid a health tax of one November A. D. 1888, ,
the OWllerd of nil the laaas of just opened and BuUock. first Monday in BOOTS and SHOES
Bradford county, und to do MI it is essential J. W. Hodges. 15-4t for Fleming K. mill. the said Tuesday being the
books before Capt. Rose, of Kissimmee, recently sold .
to hive thy assessment --- SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
inc. J. W. Hodges has certainly got a Hampton Speak 500 stalks of sugar cane which weighed For four Electors of President and Vice- '

Respectfully.S.. F. QARPINEU. large line of shoes, hats and cloth- Hampton, Fla., Oct. 30th 1888. 2,272 pounds, only a fraction less than 5| President of the Unite4 States. I am offering All Goods in my fine

ing for sale cheap. 15-4t Editor! TELEGRAPH desire to state tIthe pounds each. For one Representative of the Second
For County Treasurer. intelligent voters of Bradford county, W. C. Cramer, of Manatee has just Congressional District of Florida, in the .. '
1 announce myself us a candidate for Another car of Ideal and President that I believe it to be my duty, and their closed the season with the yield of 2,000 Fifty-first Congress of the United States. BELOW COST ,

I"c-<:lcctlon to the office of County Treas- flour received by Truby Stern- duty, to elect for Assessor of Taxes for pounds of first-class sealed honey, from 24 Foi a Governor of the State of Florida. .
uier ef Bradford County at the ensuing this county, a man who can and colonies of bees. For Secretary of State for the State of

ejection, and earnestly solicit the support burg & Co. this week.Remember who will perform the duties of that office The delicious pompano is being caught Florida. Come and see for yourselves \

of my fellow-citizens. -to new subscribers creditably.l and sold readily on the Gulf coast. This For an Attorney-General of the State of
J. W. KELLL'M.For Have we not had sufficient warning to sometimes sells for 25 Florida.
highly priced I :1; KTBN
of Public we will send the TELEGRAPH till place us on guard as to who shall fill that cents per pound. For a Comptroller of the Stale of Flor | von .

Superintendent Instruction. r au. 1 1890 for one dollar. office? Our assessment books have been, i ida.For _ .r.L.--_--__ ___ ___ --
and are now in a shocking condition. Sweet potatoes arc $1 a bushel, and as a Treasurer of the State of Florida. : --
1 announce myself a candidate for the The first solid carload of nails I The great sales of unknown lands, the anywhere from 100 to 300 bushels can be I For a Superintendent of Public Instruc- \

office of :Superintendent of Schools:; iu that ever came to this county was many double assessments: the many fraud I raised on an acre, this should be a paying tion of the State of Florida. :

I Bradford County, and ask the patronage received by Truby, Sternburg & Co.a mistakes, found on our records, all emanating I crop.-Daytoua Messenger.A }'or.Cnllll11ilioiler of Agriculture of I 4
cf the people in 'he coming election. from the want of competency, has fisherman on the Gulf coast in Wa- the State ot Vori'la. I

__ G. P. Yocso.I few days ago. led many of our citizens to great expense kulla county recently made n haul of For three Justices of the Supreme Courtof .

and trouble and their inter- mullet iu one day, andanother came the Slate of FloridaFor .
announce myself as a candidate for' We are prepared to print correct jeopardized 2,100 A full line of SCHOOL HOOKS,
ests. It is not mere preference or choice close to his heels with 2000. Sen.ilnr::; : of thi 15ih;
the office of Superintendent:; of Public in- election tickets on uhort notice and I recently adopted by the School .
of the should consider when we District.
man we The yellow fever has not injured the .
of Bradford at .
the ruction ensuing for election tne county, and solicit the support at reasonable rates. Call in and offer our vote J believe it to be the duty future: of Florida, as some assert. The For two )!Iemhl'rof House of Ucun. ; Hoard. Also the Reed and Kellogg '

of fellow-citizens. leave your orders. cf. and ot interest to, our tax-payers of world has but one Florida ana the people CPtrtt'lVL" Grammars winch will he su'd at introductory I
this! county to have a competent man to there.Atlanta Constitution.Half For a County .Tiii1jr! ,
T. S. ANDERSON must go .
who will a club of fill that office. The people of this district For a Clerk of the Circuit Court.Fol' }prices. Old Grammars -
Any one get uI a million young: shad are now en-
I h hereby announce myself u candidatefor five subscribers, accompanied by are thoroughly ative' to the fact selected and almost jovng! themselves iu Peace rivp.r.Ve are a 8hel ilf. taken in exchange, also School Sup '
Public without exception we have For a fax Asossor.
the office of Superintendent of will
forward to the time when we
Instruction for Bradford County and five dollars, will receive the TELEGRAPH from the list of candidates the name of looking them on our table.-Ft Ogden For a Tax Collector. plies. At. MORGAN'S BAZAAR, .
solicit the support of my fellow-citizens at free for one year. t f Mr. S. F. Gardiner as a man we know to enjoy News. For a County Treasurer. I the STATIONERY and NEWS DEPOT. -
be to the duties For of Public
the coming election. fully competent discharge County Superintendent ,
of tint office. Being in the real estate Instruction. / a
JOSEPH L. HILL. 30 City Lots for sale
cheap with
business, he is fully I For a County Surveyor.
I announce as a candidate foi Centrally located. Apply to N. J. the landed interests, and it will be to his 1 Far: a Justice ol the Peace iu and for :

election to the.mjselt office of Superintendent of Jones, Starke, Fla. advantage in his business, as well as 10 each Justice District in said County.

Instruction for Bradford County, and the people of and this county assessments.I that the books. aOYA For a Constable in and for each Justice
A few machines will be have proper correct District iu said ('oiiarv.
earnestly! solicit the support of all the sewing therefore, in the name of nearly every -
voters at the November election. sold cheap by l Truby, Sternburg & voter ol Hampton district ask"the The attention of the Sheriffs:; is called to ---- ?
C. J. with and the law requiring them to cau"e the notice
Co. people of this county to go us,
let us elect Mr. S. F. Gardiner, who can, of said election to he published in a newspaper -

For County Surveyor. Another large invoice of drygoods and will, place the assessment books in printed in the county if there be a CARRIAGE
hereby announce myself a candidate good shape for the proper adjustment of paper in the count, and if there IK no STARKE PACTdIWao'ons
received this week Stern-
for the office of County Surveyor for Truby, our taxes. Respectfully, no piper published: 1 in the county. they
Bradford County, and respectfully solicit btug & Co.'s. :M. N. BLANTON. shall ause at least five copies of this no-

me support| of the voters of the County at tice to 1m posted in the most .public .ulaces
the coming election. An Experience. WAI. F. Malphurs, Our Candidate in the county
H. E. LKOEROREX. Chattanooga. Tenn., June 27 1888. For County Judge. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have Made To Order .
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga. Editor TELEGRAPH: hereunto set my hand arid affixed .

I hereby announce myself candidate (jt'ntlemen-In 1884 a friend of mine Recommending to your confidence the I... s, llle Great Seal of the State of
tor County Surveyor for Bradford County contracted a terrible case of blood poison. 'highly distinguished gentleman whose [ J Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital -
and solicit the support of the voters at the and at mice sought the advise of the best name appears at the head of this article this the twentieth day of Plows Made To Ordorc.

:.November election. physicians. After a four months' trial, of whom we are justly proud, having August A D. 1888.:! -
W. II. EDWARDS. wiih a feeling of greatest despondency, he known him for many years past and JOHN L. CU\WFOnD,
left Chattanooga fur Hot Springs, where highly respected him as a noble, patriotic Secretary of state.
For Member of School Board. he remained 3 months. The treatment and upright citizen, zealous in every good -4KlffG HENRY W. EPPERSON, He'lairina ot all kinds dons neatly and with dis"at-

1 hereby announce myself: a candidate there lid not seem to do him any good: work, and a strong promoter of peace, Sheriff Bradford Co. .
for a Member of School Board: of Bradford and with a crushed spirit and with deathin morality and prosperity. He is a man of Tallahassee. Fla., Aug. 20, 1888. s.

County, and respectfully solicit the its worst form staring him in the face, keen perception, clear conception and ,., HORSE-SHOEING, BLACK-SMITHING. .. |J JAll
suffrage; of my felloe-citizens at the en- he came home lie saw an advertisementof strong convictions of right, and a noble The ladies of the Christian church '
suing election. Very Respectfully, your medicine. As his friend I sup- manhood that dares to be true under every -
J. C. BYRD. plied him with the first few bolt'es.' I circumstance.For POWDERAbsolutely will give a dinner and supper oti the kinds of Iron and Wood Work soIicft ]

was astonished at the result._ _After__n_ the_n_ many years he has been marchingat
6th of Noveinher for benefit .
next :
I announce myself a candidate for the third bottle the sores all disappeared end the head of the Christian columns, presiding 4; si. :.
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office of member of the :School Board for his recovery was rapid. In 3 months he over various churches in a manner Pure. of the church.SURVEYiNG. h,. V %* *

Bradford County. and solicit the support was hard at work, and there has been no which has ever endeared him to the heartof -- --- // want a Buggy, Wagon, Buckboard, Surrey, Phaeton,
of the voters at the cominc election.M. return of the disease. 1 withhold his name his people, and for a number of succes-' This powder imver varlos. A marvelof you

L. DOUGLAS. from the public but will send it in confidence sive years has been the chosen Moderatorof purity, strength! : and wholesomenessMore CIVIL EWl..YEERIlW. vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a ,Ban-iwio.

-----1 to any who write for it. I give The New River Baptist Association economical than the ordinary R. F- ENSEY E. or any Other *** *** $ r ,
hereby announce myself candidate be sold in competitionwith *t )7 i
I this certificate cheerfully. and The Ministers' and Deacons' Unionof kinds, and cannot p
for Mrmbjgttfrhool Board( and ask the' the multitude of low test shon wanton short notice.. t. .
B. becoming
DAVENPORT. that supply
the with uor .
same presiding .
; ever v '-' ,
support of Hp>plc. alum of phosphate powders; LEV-TwiTO jan pi... : ; .r1- .
-- ] 13 and 15 9th str et. gravity and Christian dignity that weight. DRAUGHTING. ESTIMATES ETO, .,_, -
I .
.- y" ': P. S.:; CREWS. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases!! has reflected (and doe& ellect) credit upon Sold Co.only 106 in cans.Wall-st.Royal. N Y.Baking.Powtder EXECUTED DISPATCH WITH ACCURACY- \"D arriage Manufacturing ojij

For mailed tree himself and honor upon the fraternity.As I Terms,$5.00 per day, .. ... .. ...' .
Justice of the Peace. The Swift Spiciflo Co., Drawer 3, At- a mason he has been well tried and s. v .
1 announce rrtywlf': n candidate for the lanta, Ga.Bre'"arcl. never found wanting in any measure He TAKE on" of Dr J. IT. MeLea 's littlej rfe
I'flire! of Justice of Peace for Fillets at night beforf Hay by the car Ipad
the District has many times been elected Worshipful Liver and Kidney \ 9ilf&)$3j
KH, 6, and solicit the suffrage of the vot- county's real and personal Master of his lodge, and is now acting un- TOU >rrt' ,to bed and you will be Rarprisjh hundred at Truby. 8teraM3iSf ;12
iu at the election.! borant and vigorous you will..9* .
ccucral taxation this will District how -
amount his
year to $4,028. der second appointment as > fcw1-- J** .:-fr
J. ADAMS. the next 5y. Only 25 cents a vial. J ., :
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Deputy Grand 3laster, and has merited .; -f't.v ? ,- "' g'Sf r Sat3ri'i -**
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A TALMAGE'S SERMON. thouand fe and, after baring stuck the t elab another link infidelity FACTS FOR FARMERS. Uss OttUn md Mo Ora CAU'PI : VEswsz

a lower taking'It* second bound a Sabbath [desecration -

for cU huncre feet more of a another link, uncleanness aqpther link, 'Sheep graze close the ground The Bnttotrrt AgHcuttrM trill of sarmer. of Fraadumyu

j .v Sacramental Day at the Tabernacle plung a tee i. In the chain and altogether they make a jhaln. And and therefore should not t be fed on long f .' cub in Alabama where a b.Xor.1s'tag Os the h boUom tsctorr.of vnl4stauihItI Vp.4
& : yon moment toward God so there a chain on your and and a
-"Make a Chain. and Christ and Heaven the almighty i your foot and a chiin on your g rass. They will not do well in tall speaker ad section had opt W.I..prlce D.uga.sko sodthS.j,,,

______ __ __ __ Oh cha I grow any kind of and ; r says be baa seu wh.'O $
pull of the long chain graciousinfluences. tonge and a chain on you eye and a t cover of op Iwpod OhIbotom.
I because
'T A pbcourM on the Influences that Forge chan your brain and a ch tn on your cver.Bfor manures can produce their but these were neglected ,

-f.4 T Chain for Good or Evil-How But all people between thirty and forty property and a chain on yonrsonl. Someday profitable effect upon the soil, the idea of growing cotton." He said .

t. : Shackles of Sin years of age, yes, between forty and fifty wake and ad expensive I
the MayBe you up you says the land cotton was the most crpctva
must be made
: : : dry by drainage
; -' Broken. -ye between fifty and sixty years, and "I am tired of thi and I 8 going to and paid less in proportion .

l all sept&nara a well, need a surrounding get loose from t ."J or other meA it than other
: on any
conjunction of good Influences. You pound away with thejhammerol man who feeds correctly and intelligently I

(? -y : Her.T. DeWitt Talmage delivered the In Sing Sine, Auburn, Moyamensing and goo resolution, but can nqt break the will save from ten twenty cultivated. The more bales grown

following discourse to a congregation all other great prisons are men and women Your friends join you in a con t the less the price, and indications a LV

; that filled the Broklyu Tabernacle to over- who went wrong in mid-air and old piracy of help, but fall exhausted in the per cent over a man who follows only the present crop will not be sold J V

g 3 flowing. His text was: age. We need around ui a cordon of good unavailing attempt Now you bgin and a haphazard method.A tat over 8 cents per pound. If the Brilliant j V

: Make a chain. t influences' We forget to apply the well- with the writhing of a Laocoon, try to practical corn raiser says: "My would devote f fEconomical .V
: South Durable
: / .. At school and In college, in announcing known rule that a chain i no stronger break away, and the muscles .are distended opinion that the main root or stalkof planters of the
: ; ;..... Jhe mechanical powers, we glorified the than its weakest link. the chain b and the great beads of perspiration corn i reaches below where the one-fourth of tei land t grass and 1
"- lever, the pulley, the inclined plane, the made up of a thouand links and dot your forehead, and the eyes thus reduce crop t 6,0,0
; ;: icrew, the axle and the wheel, but my hundred and ninety-nine are strong but or seed is placed; also that all 4. '
stand out from the sockets, and with all gin bales the price would be 12 to 1 ct aU others V :
: text: calls us to study the philosophy one is weak, the chain may be in danger the concentrated energies of body, mind stks have three whorls of roots, on and that would pay for Diamond Dyes ece

.;:, the chain. These links of metal, one of breaking at that one weak link. We and soul you attempt to get loose. but the main rot which are the feeders; per cpud, In Purity ad Fastness. C : _:

with another, attracted the old Bible may be strong in a excelences have only made the chain sink deeper.All should broken Steng -
again good.
no ___ _____ just
I authors, and we hear the chain rattle and and yet have one weakness which endangers the devils that encamp in the wine l'Ot b -e. ae a B .- V

k M : ;:t:. see its coil all the way through, from us. That i the reason that we sometimes flask and the rum jug and the decanter- by cultvation. Their Only Medicine Chest. ware of imitations, because

54 / :. : Genesis to Revelation, flashing as an see men distinguished for a wnole for each one has a devil of its own-come -A corner of the barn, or an out- DZKRLODGE. MONTANA, >o 1e 1885. are made of cheap and inferior

..P4 adornment, or restraining as in captivity, round of virtues collapse and go down. out and sit around you and chatter. In building devoted t the purpose of a I have been using BR"DBZm'S P materials and give poor,
holding in conjunction as in the case The weak link in the otherwise stout which bench be for the last thirteen years, and thogh we
some midnight workshop can
yon sl> your
c of machinery. To do him honor, Pharaoh chain gave way under the pressure. couch and rinl i have had nine children, I have never had ado crocky colors. To be
: to do
cry placed will enable the farmer
4 : I hang a chain of gold about the neck: of The first chain bridge was built in Scotland "I am fast>.OJ-G'iairlei loose 0 in the house, except three ties success, use only the DIAMOND .L.DOU

& ; I Joseph, and Belshazzar one about the Walter Scott tells how the French ye powers of darkness, let me loose! many small jobs that otherwise entail had an epidemic of scarlet DYES for coloring Dresses, Stock-

neck of Daniel The high priest had on it in a bride across the River Father and mother and brothers and loss of time in sending for the woodworker which we soon banshe by a vigorous use

\' v, J I f '. his breast-plate two chains of gold. Oa Seine. But there was one weak point in sister help me to get loose!I" or blacksmith. Only a few of PL. I have use tem ings, Yarns, Carpets, Feathers, $3 SHOE. CEIV'rh.

I the camels' necks, as the Ishmaelites that chain bridge. There was a middle for myself, two the a night Ribbons &c. &c. We warrant .
A Ii E And you turn your prayer into blasphemy tools are required, and the cost will be oi1y calf $ RZAWLE$ -
: ::4 drove up to Gideon, jingled chains of bolt of poor but they did not and then blasphemy into month,for liver complaint, dyspepsia adcntpaton color ie.. o TACI or W.z'fl
material your but a small sum. In diarrhoea, cramps, wind them to more good packt he feetes.y fth5i1d-fiWedIndW
gold. know how on that middle prayer, and to all the din and uproar w.i DOVQLA$$4 sflO
The Bible refers to the Church as havIng bolt of the chain bridge. On the opening there is not -The rutabaga is an excelent root olc one or two BB."BZTU'SP age for package, any other only hand-sewe welt$4 pjio.
played ,
an accompaniment
of aboea from 18 to I
4 : such glittering adornment', saying: day a procession started, led by the an accompaniment by key and pedal, but for stock feed, and can b grown in the children at once. A box dyes ever mad and to give more W.costing DOUGLAS L-
"Thy neck Is comely with chains ofgold. builder of the bridge, and, when the all the medicine chest we requireIn Railroad Men and Latter(Cs ia.
this at the rate of sixty
J the accompaniment is rattle and the rattle country fifty or. brilliant durble colors. Ask Smooth Inside as a Hand-S.wad i
fL We them
the house.
1 ." On the other hand a chain means mighty weight of the procession was use rheutsm Wax Thread to hn rt the feet. .,.
is that fl for
of chain. For that
# a years tons the It is a plant
v t are. colds, biliousness for the Diamond'and tike no other. W.!.DOUGLASS*. _
captivity. David, the psalmist exults fairly on it, the bridge broke and precipitated ten cath ad ipur > SO
for have been

years, twenty years you needs little hand-work-can be for haary wear. Best Calf Shoe forT
blood. have failed to cure
.- [ ?
,, ., that power had been given over his enemies the multitudes. The bridge was all making chain. very a FOR W. fc. DOVOJLAS 3.- ,
"to bind their Kings with chains." right except in that middle So the a planted in drills with a seeder, hoed by above complaints in a very few days. A Dress Dyed I MABTS SHOE i. tb*ben in
a .. bol. But here I take a step higher and WILLIAM W. B. i wear;one patr ought to wear a mu
-% -. :.. The old missionary apostle cries out bridge of character may up of you there is a power that can break any a cultivator and harrowed byt ma MILL A Coat Colored |10 w.i .DO re LAS a saoxj
*& '. "For the hope of Israel I am bound with mighty links hold the best School Shoe la the world
'"4 strong enough to amountain chain; chain of body, chain of mind, chine. An acre of rutbaga properly Garments Renewed J W. I. DOUGLAS SlVn' '
No UAH'S heart should be the horn of )
this chain. In the prison where Peter but if there be
v ; one spot.that School Shoe gives the small B
chain of dollars <
The fetters that the hammer fed, will be worth a' hundred
fouL bad toward thing that hasconscious the best shoes In th.
is incarcerated yon hear one day a great one point unlooked-after be, any passion any wear world.
of the Gospel have broken off,if piled A Child can All mad In Congress. BottOB
may of
I above the cost producing.The The is i
-* crash at the falling off of his chains. St. the destruction of every thing. exitenc. passion wong tem told by your dealer writ

J \ John saw an angel come down from multitudes have gone down to all time together, would make a mountain. The experiments of Dr. Voelcker, 1 la Itself, ad very likely to lead t some At.Draggbtt ad Mvcfcaata.; D *. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brookt (!V '
{ captives
.. whom Christ has set free
e;;; Heaven to manacle the of darkness I and all i species of wrong in If it
because CO.
: powers eternity in the chainbridge stood side by side, would make an of the Royal Society of England, prove acton. exlt WELLS, RICHARDSON & ,
l and "a chain in his of ary. lbs way is suppress it at MAR
having great their character there was lacking propr t OAcJ. VELOUR
Quicker than a ship chandler's furnace that manure gradually depreciates by BURLIMOTOM. VERMONT.
4 % : J hand," and the fallen angels are represented i a strong middle He had but one l. InJc
bolt ever melted a cable, quicker than a key under the best
even very m t f>
ic J as "reserved in everlasting fault and that was ; hence, for keeping
; z : j chains" while in my text for the arrest gery. He had but one fault and that wasa ever unlocked a handcuff quicker than management. It gains in water and Is PBICKLT ASH BITTKKS good for anything YOUR
the of revolution the Read what Frank Griggsby, of
I !
j', and limitation of the iniquity of his timer burning thirst for intoxicants; hence, bayonet pried open loses in valuable organic matter which "For three I ( MEMil
:- be liberated and made Dodge City, says: years
: you may a K"
: Ezekiel thunders out: his fatal debauch. She had but one fault son or a free daughter of God. Youhave Is spent in the fermentation. It standsto I offered that my physicians
M&keachaiut 1 and that was an inordinate fondness for My friends
only to choose between serfdom and reason, if this be true, that the old- pronounced Icurable. ha
? What I: wish to impress upon myself dress, and hence her own and her hus riven me up I was .
band's emancipation, between a chain and a fashioned method of turning and working fry I took it for three monthsand
: and upon you is the strength in right and bankruptcy. She had but one your remedy.
> i h* wrong directions of consecutive forces, fault and that was a quick temper; hence coronet, between Satan and God. Makeup over manure for six months before I have 83 pounds in weight. A But do not use the dangerous Alkali and DISCOVERY

h; .- the of chain of Influences the your mind and make i up quick. a well gne Prickly Ash Bitters Mercurial which destroy Any b..k iearaed a s
't : superlor power a disgraceful outburst. What we all When the King of Sparta crossed the using i wasteful and t be avoided. my life. I am under life-long obligations to preparations your Mind wa.dertag

; above one influence; the great ad- want is to have put around us a strong Hellespont and was about to march Fire-proof stables are not uncom- this medicine, and will never cease to reotaunend nervous system and ruin the digestive power Speaking wttb.e*a.i

vantage of a congeries of links above one chain of good influences. Christian association and built. it." l' ol the stomach. The Vegetable King- 'Wholly unlike artificial,j -
through Thrace he mon are simply
sent word to the very Timber
) link and In all family government and is a link. Good literature is a the best and safest remedial Piracy cosidemned by Says*
people in. the different regions asking like railroad ties are placed from three dom gives us QresUlBdaeesncBtatecer Vtro.p.ctie.wttb
In all effort to rescue others and in all lint. Church is
membership a link. who Is "brought by hand" devoted the opinions of Dr.
up Dr.Sherman WBVA.Ith
them whether he should march boy agencies. greater
iv.: if attempt to stop iniquity, take the suggestion Habit of prayer is a link. Faith in God through and on-hal t four feet apart, arched L considers the path of life a slippery world-famed Specialist la Hurt,
4 their countries friend early of his life to the of this reliable
a or an I part discovery Sreraleaf ThosapMii.the treat rBmkler
enemy. iy
of my text, and make a chain., is a link. Put together all these influ a corrugated iron put between them and me.-Droto'c Maa.dn D. D, JCditor oC ths 4Rlrkartl *
t That which contains the greatest Importance ences. Make a chain. 'IByal means as a friend, answered in with mixture of cinders and and safe remedy, and all its IngredIent Procter the-lenOst.

t.. t that which incloses the most Most excelent it is for us to get into Macedon the regions, but the King of fle making a it deep enough protect Veritable' Gardens of Eden are vegetable. He gave tl l the name S9-HAXS THIS Pref.A.)ibm LOIS5TTE/rutL i ,

: tremendous opportunities, that which of better than replied: lme. t Are some of those fertile and picturesque -
company '
J' kOiV watched we are "I will take time to consider it." the The trap or door t of the south and where Prickly Ash Bitters !
.- earthly things Is most by otherworlds given to telling vile stories let us put tmbr. regions southwtst Common Seen
.. said the King of Sparta "let: sheet malaria is .
that which has beating against ourselves among those who will not abide "Ten" reah is made of iron most prevaent. 'etr's

I V i: its two sides all the eternities, is the cra such utterance. I we are stingy let us we march." it but meantime we march, fled in with the same compound. This ventive Stomach, and Bitters renders is n residence'in malaria- a name every one can remember, and to the I /z] FOR_ CATARUVIATPI aJ

.4 : dle. The grave Is nothing in importance put ourselves among the charitable. I So of fire-proofing is very cheap and tricken localities safo to thoso who use it present day nothing hu been discovered tat cL all- diseases i OiTbe!

compared with it, for that Is only a gullythat we are morose let us put ourselves among Chrit our King, gives us our choice effective. as a safeguard. Disorders of tho stmah Is so beneficial for the Blaod,for the I. and Lnng.

r we step across in a second: but the the good-natured. I we are given to and of friendship have and His frown, very liver, bowels and kidneys are for the Kidneys and for the Stomach. This \ Ing rent;.puntrUMI ofi ownIi ud aI kstfttl
*,pv :t cradle has within it a new eternity, just tittle-tattle let us put many us been long considering Ensilage is really winter-green I rkmovedbyit.THBBB .. cures whtrreiliotbsrr '

; born and never to cea e. When, three or those who speak no ill of ourselvs their neighbors.among what we had better do; but meantime food, although it i fed t the cows 8 remedy Is now so well and favorably,knoW fall. Badtfet
-V In Five HIM
who have used that
He marches and by argument as
four years ago.the Ohio river overflowedIts L I we are despondent let us put ourselves on, our opportunities are: a regular portion of the ration, yet I Is more mischief wrought by overworked al I 80 DATS 'iN
marching by. And shall be the to Is and il others who be cored
loving can vs
banks and the wild freshets than overworked brains. Is merit ueless
swept among those whomake the best of things. and .
the horses
i pigs sheep poultryrelish readlngor p.rf.oraI.of
at down with them hlfrvests and cities, one, I evil is conta fouTI am glad to say that subjects of His reign or the victims of Western Pn rquire a the system would labor. lUnitrated book sbowtnc ortnAWJ
day was found floating online bosom of r good is also $ Iteople into our own I urge you to pre it at times. It is the cheapest but give I a trial the health of this country bow to cure all dtseases of the H adTBnlNtj
cutching. go up Lung ient FREE 3on receipt of I
:J3 the waters a cradle with a. child in it all I the hill country for physical health cipitancy rather than slow delberation. food that can be produced for winteruse B. P. ROE'S autobiography and last story, would be vastly improved. Remember C03At0N SENSE ctaa CO5Ut&I. .,
fend'; ; 39 and I write all over your the wordsof and its value consists not of I Queen of Spades," complete in '. wssltrTuIs PAILS..j j .
; unhurt wrapped up snug and warm L if you would be strong in your soul, get only ; the name-PRICKLY ASH BITTERS. Ask V
% Christ I saw inscribed the Oct.,ready Sept.2ft For sale ev-
S p t.: : '.its blue eyes looking into the blue of.the yourself up off the lowlands into the altitudes on monument its nutritious matter, but also of the erywhere.or mailed to any address on receipt your druggist IL
f .t of Princess Elizabeth in the Isle oi fo Bt.G
:, open heavens. It was mentioned as some of high moral association. For benefit from it substitute cents. Laprixcon's MAOAZXKX
i Wight, the words to which her index derived 8 a I'f 2 Ph PRICKLY ASH BITTERS! aim
thing extraordinary. But every cradle is,p many of the circumstances of our life we CO., year. It lisa
finger pointed in the Bible when she for the dry food which cattle are com-
O of
: ; with its young passenger, floating are not responsible; for the place of our open ; A ) croverb-things rubbed L Sola Proprietor, ST. LOUIS,MO. ul
was found dead in her bed winter the UTCZl for
t '-I-. on currents of the cent nativity, not responsible; for our after a lifetime peled t eat during a long I against grater become less. S a" :
calling to deep, Ohios! features, our stature, our color, not responsible of trou ble: ensilage taking the place of grass or I A ) IU..1"*

t and thrift and Mississippis of ; for the family relations In Come" unt me all ye who are wear and t succulent food. I fri-ouwanttobecuredofacough, use Dr. ProlaatoD clothe yon and 1.
I p. it onward. Now, what which heavy and I will give you Hale Honey of Horehound and Tar. I. f,
\ we were born our natural tastes, rst. -It is now conceded by thousandsof ".4 7. '. all the necessary ad
with this new life recently for our not responsible. But why tae extreme cases, when weal Pike's Toothache Drops Cure i one minute. Pill wer ma highly rcccommcnd appliance t ride.walkat ,diass,lblkto

;. launched Teach him an evening prayed But we are responsible for the associates have or are now the captives of farmers that it is much more remunerative I that I aed Never did medicine 1 hut. work i tofsMfca
:- T That is important but not and death mulch potatoes instead AQUATIC have a happier effect. After home and vsriou ilaen '
enough. that we choose and the moral And we may through the t ; sports-the temperance base aJra k, Hear him as soon as he can recite some influences under which we put I great Emancipator drop our shackles and of cultivating them. A piece of I ball ninrt.-Dotton C. tleeGtaqaarerot aj] eeD&D. pr .'yl.and quantities. Just figaNMl

;: Gospel hymn or catechism That is important Character an ourselveS take a throne. You have looked at your should be selected where gound e 1 ..t required to do a t.
F,: 'but seek equlbrium wi -- Austin it is impossible to ascerwtain ANTI-BILIOUS COMFORTABLY and you
not enough. Every hand and c
.4 a good Z a man. Let arm only as being useful now,
Sabbatit stand. be value of BTTflsVQTJIDZ.
not the
They estimate of
planted by
/ : $L afternoon read him a Bible them now voluntarily choose each other's and "curious piece of anatomy, but thereis may when any particular train leaves medicine .yer. I p. which will i.

::l! is Important, but not enough. Once in awhile society. A B wi lose a part of his good- something about your hand and arm dropping the cut potatoes from fourteen without going to the depot and inquiring .rI& "a7 noeipt of 10 cents t pay oiMONTGOMERYWARD %

a lesson onoe in a while a prayer, ness and Y Z part of his badness, and that makes me think they are an undeveloped t sixteen inches apart, half way of th agents how many hours be A OX111U4

I w e' a restraining influence they will gradually approach each other wing. And if you would know up in every other furrow, so the horse time the train is. Colonel Yerger Michigan Avenue.Chl "

1 uetheBe i are important but not enough. in character, and will finally stand on the what possibilities are suggested by that, will not step on them. A fourteen hid wished to to San Antonio on the Tutfs PillsCure raw piria*mjWISE _, ,'
of these influences is only i a same level. One of the old painters refused ask the eagle that has looked close into go
a.ct'oBe. Inch should be used so it will not
r : not hold him in the eleven o'clock train so he said to his
It will treUn'taou8 to look at poor pictures because he the eye of the noonday sun, or ask the AXLE

"exnergeicles of life. Let it be said it damaged his style. A musician albatross that has struck its claw into the bring the rows too close together colored servant: "Sam, go down to the

I r t.ant instruclon, constant prayer, can not afford to dwell among discords, black locks of the tempest; or ask the About the time they are coming up depot and see what time the eleven All Bilious CREASENever

*, ; co o:tanIPPUcaloa of good influences, a nor can a writer afford to pursue booksof condor that this morning is descending they should be harrowed, and then o'clock train leaves." It was about DiseaseaI

: 1on line ol cnsecutive impressions, inferior style, nor an architect walk to the highest peak of Chimborazo. Your four or five inches of mulch from an three o'clock Sam Ga.,Neve Freexea fnT7lnt l
7 &ch1ng from Is first year to his fifth, out among proportioned structures. righ hand and arm, and your left hand old straw-stack should applied returned. 5TONW4GON .. Ever U5 box IUluaotee. Sample" : re f' to his tenth and L And b when does the train leave?" I elI ch > r than otte
;' roln his year no man or woman was ever so goodas arm, two undeveloped wings, better 'VeI AI&rea"known and jj
.1 t Sola his tenth1 to his twentieth. to be able to afford to choose as- get ready for the empyrean. Spoiled hay wi do a Potatoes "Hit's done lef, boss. Hit let at ha'fpus' SCALES, Office. 89 River goods CLAJIU. A WIul.

J --. r ) \te a eb sociates. Therefore I said have evl rule Rise my soul, and stretch thy wing planted in way wi usually yield two, sah." "What!" did jess IrM,Im.,Bl...t I. ,Brass IIUXaTWPun.Stret,(Ie "A

8pasmod1o,1ucatton, paroxysmal dia of your life to from 175 to 200 .
so better thanyourselves. Thy better portion trace. per acre. whut yer tole me. Yer tole me ter see
.- .. ocI' amount to Can not find them .S sooCra ASSORTED LAMPS IN
j There have been chains famous in the when do train lef, an' I watched till it BARRa
J can as easily hold an what WORK THAT PAYS. i.4a01
V 0thing. a pink of perfection you must be! world's history, such the chain which .ply. .t XTST THE GOODS FOB
V by' as hold a child to theiTrfit When was character a was plain outer sight on do udder side .. mnttom Min4 .
j V anchor your completed? fastened the prisoner of Chilion to the JONI OP BlffUAMM
by is11 and intermittent faith What a misfortune for the Spend a Few Autumn Day In Draining: 'a ob do Colorado ribbcr."-Texus Sift- HATONsuGaA1u2Lv!
saintly pillar into the
: .
:. must staple which I have Wet Piece of UM VATU MM? wtlHc .
connect with .
: 'I"nmple angelic of Heaven Meaow. C1
they are not
thrust ings.
fulness. en- the isolated
} V 1' 4 the instrn'11The' combination must joying the improving influence of your the Lake my hand on ; such the rock chain ot I A few days spent i draining a wet _-* _- I VICTOR D. FUCHS,

; V .'.; combt2ie ", the actions. The week-day: society. Ah, I you can not find those which the Russian exile clinks 8 on his I piece of meadow will be well invested. -A Dakota man essayed the peril 1 H. .

kV oouststeut8t conjoin with the Snn"wor8J better than yourself it is because you are to the mines of Siberia; such as the chain way Make blind drains if possible, using ous task of assisting his wife on wash RAIN PEALER* WHOLESA1B DULK D i

day_ .-.onflt be Have petulant family and prayers inconsistclpline by- Scribes ignorant and of Pharisees yourself. Woe unto you which Zenobia, the captive Queen, wore tile, stone or wood. Where there is a day. He was assigned to hanging the GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,: CHINA, GLASS AND gum

j *n" """ 4asonauie In your household hypocrites I when brought into the presence of Aurel- surplus of stone it is foolish to buy tile, garments on the lines. The unfortunate SO 8 Front Street Memphl. Tenn.SPECIAL .
t : an d as I remarked in the in ian. there have I ATTSNTIOX GIVEM TO coKsieHIDES.
J4 eu But opening Aye, been races in
junily prayers will be a bias- and in all for stones, whatever their shape man moved to his doom like a FURS AND PttODUCB.) COTTON PRESSES
a styles of literature chains
; and there
l *? a has been a world in
V. $J V ? y.Irce. So great in our times chain make good drains. flat Itoman( martyr. He had almost completed -
means not they are or
only adornment
) v i Ph"Si-ptatlong of and chains but thank God, the last I I YOU WILL SAVE r
J j c .,.,* Trlnd young men to disfe royalty of nature, but sometimes captivi one of them shall broken and square, regular courses for water may his job when the lonely suspender LY MONE: COX GINS IlOILEJt ATLAS F'DU'
young women to social Time Pain
d !;4L, ; lPa ti?Wt it is most Important ty. And I suppose there are those in that t under the liberating power of the be laid; if otherwise, they may ho which held his pantaloonsgave 91 us Plantation MIU. *ndCHICKASAW tenjn esit .

iI V ,.. follier sense deliberately and persistently mak- omnipotent Gospel the shackles into To grab the and will CURECATARRH V IRON WORKL'JUIL
7 flrgt eighteen years of dumped the drain, with a foot or way. falling gar MEMPsUt.!*

V '1 -p 4, V : the aL{ be charged with a religious ing good a physical chain. Now health here, good i a young man of shall faI the from the last neck and the last more of earth over them. It is best in ment was his first impulse, and in iA ; -MiM,&E TI3 R.LE'PA& .'(0.,,- tln -
bit manners and arm last But these shattered
!i.l: V. V pow ,will hold them when they get good education. How shall he put together fetters shall foot gathered either case t put -the smaller ones on doing so tho clothes-pin held in his -'': BY CSLNOEly's fARM Ohio.Cheap.Good.Send for..-
harbor again
of up J
,_ home into the al andpr&ce. LL.N.BA.vcson, .
V outs active life. There is stormy such enough links to make a chain for from the dungeons, and the work-houses, the top. following with a layer ef mouth dropped into his throat. A Cream Balm. IJ'UU-*jm oat.EDUCATIONAL.. ..i;

\ V V Impressing children so a the down-hill road I will give him some and the mines, and the rivers, and the gavel if it I obtainable. This will commotion ensued. To protect his c' V AppBalmiteahaostrlU

VV, V r 4.h good that sixty years will power-have directions. First, let him smoke. I he fields, and they shall again be welded and the earth from washing into person and to prevent suffocation occupied EY pROS.&Warn St.N. ."'I

.. 1 VV V -t In e power to efface it than sixty can not I stand think cigars, let him try cigar again be strung link to link, and polished and filling up the drains. both hands, but his wife arrivedin FRANK SCHUMANN .

4 'iA 4 cV : 118. What etes cigarettes will help him on and transformed this worl, which rUr o. 114 T .b SttDT. Bk-kepIDII-
a V > la
rough time that unt time to extract the r Ol">sKI IIIXO HOlE
; V young road a little more rapidly, because has wandered off been Care must be taken that the of retreating pin "a TACKLR. AMXtPOHTAMEN'S raetlc. Shorhand..e&..
V : f I V ,., L w he In was doing I His wrong father, carefully and nurt- the doctors say there is more poison in world and a lost world, a recreant by that the trench bottom be right. gae lit and save his life. Special HUPPUESL bi met.l'u fr. .IY.TSCLSOULE ..
mother shal attention
V .., :if.',. :V, t.-!''' eendead for years, or over In ScotT them, and so he will be helped along fast. chic be lifted and hung throne of tle out of the proper elope, much damage -.S .. Riven to MANU BUSIIESSP4!
-An Irishman .
and ,
;: ; er, I have the more confidence in recommending a FACTURING A
tf'1 ;; : ; V or England or Ireland; but they proposing no longer the iron chain of oppression is apt to result. One of the best w =S "*liS UEI'AIKINQ. Renowned for$nOV

;:J.V V V p J. .:: :. iJ-t. .. ( i: j.. r-tood in the doorway of every dram- this because about fifty of the first but the golden chain of redeeming and simplest regulators is cow; said she would give good milk, 41S Main St., OCMraiS, Ten }'erl Eautpm". *.
V a ten-foot tn fcia. r
,.- V ::;f "V \ Jl. ; he entered, and under the chandelier young men of Brooklyn during the last There let this old ransomed year after year, without having calves, xau rArxa tw;&jw o d Oer .0 ..
., word (1t.lar. A
'1'. }' .. ;...{,;:,. ; ,.: t f err house dissipation, saying: year were, according to the doctors' reports swing forever! Rol on ye years, board with a stick eighteen inches high because it ran in the breed, 3 she came GEORGE SOULE. '

I V '' V : I.4 /.Pi ly son, this is no place for you. Have killed by cigarettes. Let him drink on. ye days, roll on ye hours and hastenthe nailed at exact right angles t its lower from cow that never had calf- EAGLE COTTON GINS.
kit '; <, ,' tt V. .'j light wines first, or ale or a a .
a t V ;1 .i 'l..f' forgotten the old folks Don't lager and glorious consummation! edge. At the top of stick a
&i V;{, V .':j .*If j3IjVVttA1j: guise these wrinkles you gradually he will be able to take something ths THEY A TH BEST. NELSON'SMEMPHIS
I : and this stoop S *- cord and weight is to attached THE Loa CABINS of
A : I /1 : stronger, and styles of Ootton Presses Feeders and Condensers.VT COr
strong ,
the shoulder a
and this al .
V rJ. hand drink are and it must hang within an inch of the America have LL
!J ; more and adulterated BUILDING A TENN.
: $ t j f home,my boy, go home I By the God his NEST. ben FOR COMPLETE WRITS ,
iJf'lj 'The S
will bottom. When the OUFI cheapest becaano the beet. '
'. progress be lower
p J.i..., "Y 1-f!; ), : iJ. ( whom we consecrated you. by the old-time drinks facilitated. With the Three Objects to Which- All the plane of birthplaces of C.C filoter"Co.,S9& Ila' .,Xetapbi,T. I.Procured &®ular.tu.t bOKSD v r
a man seldom Honest the board is level of the Lincoln
' V V r ,. 'fl J .:, < '. I cradle In which we rocked you by the liriuni gets de- Industry of Man course the weight grandest men.
fJ .q .. -1.J. ,"iI. tremens before thirty or forty I Direeed Grant, Sheridan or BOCJ1ABOE. BETHLEHEM ACAP1$
.,i-.t,," : V 1. ; 4 : ft]. grass-grown graves in the old country of years The birds build their nests of will keep the cord straight across the AliO
: ,' ;'I t :f ;J"" church yard, by the Heaven ace; now he can get the madness by stick and first saw the light of PATENTS Trade
( where and its variation : HOLLY
V straw with from V SPRINGS
: r' we the time he is much and skill. bard a right Mark. MIS.ll.-.
: iif ( f" eighteen. Let him ti
f.h; hope yet to meet you, go home. Go home play Every creature will denote day through the chinks mm U etc Lnl I This Institution Is
I have its its lair angle at once whether a- CbarttylroniNazareth.
:j. : cards enough money put up always to nest one est reference. Book of Kr. Beaat
V \1 i.l. Tny boy go home! its of Log Cabin. Warner's PATEHrLW Faa;a. railroad
den, and all convenient the
interest to the are with end of the board is higher a Addreu W. T. FITZQ t
: : game. If the father than the : ft*
,V SlJiAnd from Is
ATOR.T the Bethlehem open
t : some Sunday will Cabin .
V k you be surprised me instinct Sarsaparilla also orig AT 1*11 F fcttrrfet. dept
and mother and the ability to make Lg LW. tlon of they 1 play with just : of ttnrn .
i -t him that will other. Kept in the bottom C '
f& I to find that wi of the ditch Tail run
m1 young man suddenly the kind Cabin and 1. lars 5VPEfl1Og
\ asking help by of abode that is suited them. a Log stands preeminent apply to the ';
V V t '.. h. \ r51 4-f:; for the prayers of the Church. Some And way countenancing the habit The t being dug, it will the slope the blood of ;
1 ,t\ it will be such a pleasant nest-constructing instinct is given reglat among .
V V V :kE:Jy, Sunday you will see him at the sacrament think over in the day of judgment thing to man also, and all of us, as soon as we are t desired and keep it Oftentimeswood to-day as W arncr's "Tippecanoe" doesas ,

V'Ii V \ \ y' andperhaps, drinking from the parents give wnon prepared to leave the nest, begin last for in stomach ionic.cs i
? : k "Xf,"; same kind of chalice that the account for the elevated parental wi many years a wet a ,
$ to think
folks of
V t .a; f, ... '; :: drank out of years ago when manner in which they have reared their getting one for ourselves. But soil, pole drains can be laid much : (
,,. V4 ..' 5'' i they commemorated children. Every man, being the most ingenious and capacious '
V .
faster than
"" ,; the sufferings of the Lord. pleasant Sunday after of of stone or even of \ p'CJ
noon take animals, craves a residence
V : V J" :: Yes, my lad. you do not have such fun in hotels a carriage ride and stop at the fitted to a 3
and his
',: V t.yattf. ., Kin as seem to have. on either side the road for Sabbath digity. tile.In '
you I know
what Man's is extensive
nest brown an of
V a stone piece
V ,: refreshment. Do not let the old draining amanhole" 1
polls fun. You fogy
V V V ,: :the influences of these can not shake off against breaking, or four stories high, elegantly furnished, should b left occasionally TO MAKE
:V V -
prayers long provided
with all the
1 V t'7 '" roCredor of those kind admonitions.ago dominate you. Have a membership in : and requisites of decency with 8 silt trap in the bottom of cs(1 A
V some club laborsaving convenience or, it is DELICIOUS BISCPI
where ; a
V '.($ libertines it. This
-Yoflcan and tell should be
V not make them go walled
go away, and you L about their victorious large, commodious farm house, with up !
i \ ::t fwdJike saying sins, and laugh as aI I covered U_ j
,4 S 1j loud a any of them in derision of hundred acres of land adjoining. In the : carefuly. The silt trap is V AK YOUR GROC: ::4
V trg hther. those
11 what are you doing here who belong the present imperfect state of the arts and of simply a pit two or three feet [

%V "a : 3'V ff <),_ those do you olden bother times me?"with sug- ter and mother.t Pitch same your sex as Bible your overboard sis- social science al men can not have such deep right in the path of'the running DWIGHFS "COW BRAND".p

t I'Mf ':::1 1.i it they will not go away. They will women as and old.fashioned and fit only for nest healthy-minded a ; but al| wol-evelop water in the trench. Into this the ND TAKE UTO

: V V :k back from evil children. Read all the maga such feel water falls, the. rises, overflows and On
V i 8."ou your zine articles that they could adorn such, know .
r ltV'L1 ., they have t come down pat tom disadvantage, and go to Chistianit at a that such would enhance their happiness. passes'on, but deposits any grit it may ji

V : V ; : lnfng homes Heaven and ues that malign Christ, a lect- To try for such a ne.t is natural, right and b carrying or that might otherwise i
gates of hell, and their backs i instead who they say, ;
of ing the He riscworhy. clog the drain. This can clearedat .
; V 1 te fiery and with their tended Ole pre honost industry of is directed b ,\w
.& -.e blat Ito be man I
: was an impostor intervals. If
and the proper the land is
their to three ,
J 0)0 ad breath implanter of object namely: getting a CONMPTIQ'It = V .
I a great delusion. nest -
I V ; 1 and their eyes looking first out of 'Go. at improving and keeping the perfectly level, and the field small, ama -

l T tjaight1nto your; they will say: cuiosiYt to see- all the houses safe for old ho who has a nice, with a correct eye can direct ? !

: 0* W.''.yww to. take ban then go because you warm, nest where the ra1ns has permanently cured THOUSANDS I I SOLDIERS .nletPIO sitt.
V p ': )Q1ome, eh feUrthe of pleQat can get a pretty bird should laid, but .
i: & ;- jnany anxieties!I" thral their facinaton. it with him and b of cases pronounc by doctors &W.JUt& Deserfn i *
I tsbe that 1 0
; 15
Getting a hop
on jobs of size .
c splendidly cnvet any a should be less. If -
V -. < ,NAtJa that young man aong brick and mortar into I survey) premonitory
t' S ,f & .: 'T J thw onJtlBacttivg influence t through Let me see, what further can I suggest happy homo is the a ; and made. I the ground b surrounded tm such a Cough, syp '
only S8
in A
earthly DAY.
parti i that thing Saple.
1 :; pion direction? Become Breathing don't delay but :0 ,
V WtafVirlw more deflan hills often & use
V out by nol "
living for found sufficient L".
I .V o''rAye and fidelities of all decency, ISore loud. 'orU. ,-as well a the best preparation wi b PISO'S FOB CONSUMPTION 84UT jiyjjKOLDti VVwaAaa .
1' tD'lsrb1* a cha1nThat: TDwtlfig fl for another and a better home.not 10 lay around the yea CArla .
the your at the .7
piece By -
S. 1 cents.
'leiatlJ' .
V t ; polls iaightily ateim thoroughly 3. Lcdfftr. Druggist. 2
V ized foot of the
morning 1 hills
on thus
V \ .li" J v.Hv; JiandrJdio a itea of the stakes cutting ofl Mf U..4m.C
S S1 ) *itoaft.tosliBa .,Ou.Yo1 maj"be\t\ wl enough for of chance that' V .-- springs that wet the lowland. Thee I l4:.u ..tld..e I.the..I E'

c r fi!:t. 3 ){;;'. ote.a ofyovr ta ad.impertraj1y row I a ladies' parlor put up something 1 (' bow-wht is to happen to. erci of judgment must b made i $$1 $2 l$3,4or$5$ .T.'ra.Paa.. Tal.,I

: 'i, V .to, fri nd worthy, put np more, put up you r o therfor us make the best often results in C A'SN'
i' your beeldepToo, .bqt .lv v TO I. ,', al adding to thefm yBoxby Expre,, .
5'a '. :'' L'otso : You have so -.n of to-day. Only one day is offspur I '! I I.
much I trtctIy It
: .. pm Y ". L ac acres of the richest soil in Ii I Pure i. N4
1 .'-- pwe I ., a time-one indeed the, I EtEOA5i. V
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