Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1889
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOTJ XI. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1889. i;: .i f I NO. 16.' ..: ,: .

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U RATE. WHAT lAM. awoke he was the soberest white man 1 "Not : i ..

AC*: ''IJ' |II m | lID m urn I Have no feet. and yet. with hands.Ineyerceue : on the reservation. He extended his Reed. "If they shoot. I'll have the FUN -
,-''I tireless run hand to Reed when he to him- The Gold Dining Hull In the Imperial -If want good;; -
-- my ; came satisfaction of you perfect tonn1
; 5 i a ooi 4 ooi 7 making one or, two Palace at Moscow. -When you feel like .calling a big

Inire.nimies uirel 1 ZI: &2 %_'II Z 60; OJ. 10 8 Oil 00 150000iires 10 (():;,15 00 I work In arctlo In all zone the and climes tropic and sun.lands, self, simply saying: "I'm done; you'rea good Indians before they lay me.out." Here alter his coronation, the Emperor toe?:, keep the vines oJ the ground} man a liar, be sure you'r right then .
SOU better
"- ""rei. ? man than I thought Let's be They require sunlight jind ventilation. 4
7 CO 10 UU| 12 00 IK 0:> 31 00):C5 00 .The tableau _continued for several wears for the first time all the } use the telephone.-Life. '
10 01., is to,! :so: (Ui,! a 00| SO 00,60, U Pinion. I have. yet can:: not fly, friends." minutes.! The called -Very much -pencls in planting \ #\
<:::I Altho' ",rood time" I always mak| .Interpreter., was Imperial insignia, dines amidst his -The porcupine has no more back
lor the flret] .n line brought Into upon
fcn bents a but wear it sly the'stockade.. and'he" mounted
":& .witwqnent insertion.fc I wear a cap: a nobles/! and receives the congratulations bone than any other animal though he
fort'acb awake. Reed and his in with nating judgment not in the selection
al rates for time advertisements uponiScjiiion And wear sleeping or men contact: old box.and attempted to'explain the situation of his foreign ambassadors.This only ha any number of spines.-Terra -
; at tile oftics.LJBSCRIPTION. Bull Ghost through the efforts of Dillon to tho Indians. of the soil, with a view of retain.
No como lid shall hide my form- angry They hall, built by Italian architectsin Haute Express.The ,
:-: -- lid I who was after Reed ing moisture and manures, but also the
And yet beneath a live. revenge. had would have none of it and choked him 1491 ;
restored Duke "And here madam.
ei RATES; Defying dust, and ram, and storm- stationed his her in a fertile valley, off with decisive old and during tho slope and exposure, its aptitude for 1 .
the best of work yells.An present reign in a simple and where forefathers lie .
__ Prepared to give. in the archaeo- natural : my buried" ,
center of which"was artificial
.;t ...................... ......-;.....MOO a big spring dignified-looking! Indian,_lied )e li l yWctrnMgrt iti&tlatintural or shelter. Mrs. Noovoich-"Massy! Mr. Dook. .
--'q.f' .. I months ytar. .?...................... 50 I never bad a ease at law- where the cattle were watered. ;It closely watchingReed the.whil t.';';I\H-1 f iThe feeding- lacOi of poultry/
Invariably In And yet without a case. I fear : paintings l&ftog been- repr4nced < was .you poor mother married four
1 be paid should
must was the be
111 I uubscrlptions only place for an area of fifty took ... spaded tip aud put in some .
never h1beadye from'the
Ko dlscnmtnatlonB In favor of any I should possess a monstrous flaw- with the.a1d; fADciendescriiJ times?" .
"ptv nee.: And life would be a thing most drear. miles where there was the necessarywater white man's faca-:; After painful wait U thereof '- kind of a crop. They uro excelent locations -
=== Imraunlcmtlons upon all matttrs of local .archaic style by peasant for small Gentle read your
=- supply. Onenight Reed had to of ; ms, and usually! Applcat-"I
,,"'" tret:solicited from all parts of the county. Of jewels, I have ample store- more than ten minutes, the old chief Image-painters1, Around the pit-. advertisement for a and I ,
visit governess
: Fine jewels, too, that please the eye; another agency. Ho returned tho motioned to the bucks on the stockade lar in the center of this 'produce well but if they are not eon- -
- I would not, could not wish for more, next morning to find Bull Ghost andhis and '. hallTisaseriesof yenient for garden purposes, sow oat have called to see about it. Professor ,

.. SECRET SOCIETIES. 'Too' I possessed the means to buy. tribe encamped around the spring harangue mounted them a barrel ::and;bogan! did:to shelves form'lD1fa buffet,'oil wfclch. ba the ground, the! turn on tho fowls;: Von Greuu-S" Gentle Applicant ,
excitedly. They
I b,,'e no head( toot have a faceA and his cattle driven out of the valley. not the imperial plate is displayed on when the oats are t .x inches high. -'' a little and rm a daisy -1.
.... Meets Tuesday attempt to cry the old warrior grand days during the visits of
every lace that's looked tho knitter, Puck.
.i't at everywhereNo "What's the -The windmill is besides -
.. .. matter? he asked of down. : an implementthat
... fr' night at; Odd Fellows' woman with her charms and grace, his Evidently he was a chief of Tsar. We are sorry to add that tho Aspiring Author-"Wasn't there -
t.l",. I' k'lalL Transient broth Receives a greater need of care. assistant, a young man named some importance in the tribe. lIe was inestimable costs very little: t-ompared wlt\ .
......' ( -) 9en cordially invited to Franks. precious treasures of the advantages 1 derived. Water any thing,in the leter I sent you that
. ,, most vituperative in his abuse of hin
And relatives ancient
yet no have I gold and silver
.,.........' u'. J. C. WILLS, And tho' my line's without: a blotch "Bull Ghost has issued an order that fellow Indians. Ilo called them marvel at in the plate whichwe I. pumped into atani can be conductedto you could use? Practical Eitor __

" i I Noble tJrand. I live to work unwept I die; the cattle must be kept out of the val "squaw men" and other Indian glass cases the barnyard or to tho pasture? Yes; tho stamps you incloed for

J1] FIELDS, Sdcretary. P. O. Box 41. Alan, alas. rm but a watch 1 1Jewelers' ley, away from the springs," said of a like character. He epithets of the treasury figure on the buffet, !. through pipes, thu"saving the expense: their return we used, but there was '

Weekly. accusad and are polished,.up for the occasion else available." Omaha '.
Franks. of and the labor of nothing -
pumps pumping.
if them of
cowardice in their
Order or lied Men. by the careless hands In
juipivvJ or lackeys.
"He says his ponies must have the treatment Where there is no running water. i Word -
: of the
ce'ola Tribe Na. 1, Florida-Council BRAVE BUCKSKIN JOE. "heap bravo vain the curators :have been warned -" .
'So "1 kindled each Wednesday's Sleep atfr grass. Dillon is back of this, you can white cHef," as he termed Reed. that this rubbing troughs can be arranged: for stock nnd Bob (on the slaewallr"Ma. )-
- f repeated diminishesthe Ma! look of the window!"
be kept full without out
... Fla. gamble on that. The old Indian may difficulty. "
Starke, intermixed wi'h hill
- Iransient Wigwam brothers are cordially invited A Few Incidents in tho Life of a Reed found that Bull Ghost had stationed I, abuse the explanation. that Ro cJ) had end value of the objects and will in the -Mulching small patches of quack. Ma (putting her bead out of the win-. .

.:: \ttMd. J. O. HATXKS, Sachem. Noted Pioneer. guards along tho valley with not shot the Indianbut had shot a? Lad materially that damage them; the only grass or Canada -:thisjtlo! heavily, is i dow)-"What is it?" Bob (pointingto ,-

if; f. M.MEACUAM, Chief of Ite ord.. orders to shoot any of tho cattle that hit the steer, and that a bono had the answer Tsar is they give is the: "Our father recommended as better mode of sup: hia playmate)-"Mike..didn't believe -

= He Cowed live Hundred Indians Who came back on the grass plat. Reed glanced and cut the buck's face. TJ
---.. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Were Spoiling lor a ;Fight by a Single rode up to the first guard. The young warrior changed the tide in laver The display this already grown is well covered it begins cisco Wasp.
"- ,: Chnrcli.rerrces Blow-Coolness Under TryIng buck ordered him to halt. Reed had of tho white man. The Indians lowered has jof of to rot, and nAv growth appearing -"Wby are the stars hung sa
DaptUt plate 1
always struck
.... Circumstances.The a row with the buck, and ended the their travelers who above the surfio should be treat. high?" asked Rollo, looking out of the
04_ 10 *:) and 7 weapons and they forgot tho have witnessed
{ at : a.m. p.m. Travel the magnificence of the
.... parley by knocking him down. Then ed in the same way- pne season ot window upon the star-gemmed canopy
bKooting incident in
-' ting every Wednesday at 8 p.m. their greedy rush court of the Tsars.
rn, : J. M. CALDWELL, Pastor probablo opening of tho great ne dispatched tho redskin to Bull for the meat rations. Later the old gundian Captain of the Margaret, a Bur- this treatment, it isl assorted, will der;:. of Heaven. "So that the class e'89,"

. landay School meet every jBundav Sioux reservation for settlement this Ghost's camp with instructions ,tp tell Indian came up to Reed and heartily Godunov. in his Estat de time of Boris stroy the weeds anjenrfch the soil ; said his uncle George, who graduated

........ |ruing at 10:30. year has set the tongues of the hardy the chief that ho wanted to see'him.at ,!shook his hand."Indians I Rustic VEmpire tie -The tendency the times I ,.ia:.to In '73, "can walk around at night with-

..... T. E. BU40, Superintendent. old pioneers living hereabout to Reed's camp within an hour. or there squaw men," he grunt d.'I the rich(1649)collection, gives a glowing pictureof ward the cheapening uf every thing out knocking off its, hat Brooklyn
plate which
: wagging, and, as a consequence, some would be trouble. Ho sent the six remaining "One brave white cowed them All I consumed by mankind. says. Dr. Hopkins :- .
- ; was used in the daily service of the Eagle."I -.
II.r ".. Presbyterian Church. interesting and hitherto unwritten sentries back to camp without none bravo enough to shoot. I lika Tsar. .The he in the Vermont Watchman. The am very much opposed to prIzefighters

,K...... errices every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. gossip of the early history of this difficulty with the same instructionsto you; Buckskin groat chief." And all kinds of'treasury- says,.is full of farmers can not eseapojthis tendency. ," said a traveling man. "'V el. '
=--. It. B. MATTICX, Pastor. section is coming to light Bull Ghost. Tom Reed went Colonel Heed encountered no further of greatnumber, They demand cheapness! in what they that isn't remarkable." responded an. '.

tI&.u. J anday School every Sunday at 10 a.m There are many noted char- back to camp and told his men difficulties growing out of this occur- particularly pearls; for in Russia buy, and those who buy of them nat- other. "If you will notice,"you will

L. C. HULL, Supt. acters living in Pierre. Celebrated that he had made a big bluff rence. rest more of pearls Europe.are worn* than* in all the urally mako the same demand. It is observe that the prize fighters are fro '

Indian chiefs occasionally come to this at the Indians, and that he There aro inevitable. It behooves every man to each other."
in- quently opposed H
; Colonel Merchant
; settled down t
finally on
., great numbers of gold plates, large -
point. Sitting Bull, Red Cloud John icnaea understand this truth. Only by understanding Traveler.
nietliodlst Church. to win oy it or lose his scalp. a ranch near Pierre, and later :erocted and small and besides ". ",
.. Rerrices very Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. and Grass, Little Crow, Bull Ghost and There was a dare-devil colored cook in the city a hotel which now-ocopie this; drinking-cups; it can we pro per. "Mistah Johnsing, I t'ink you's

Op.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday many other equally noted Indians are with him who could talk the Indian his time. lIe is'about old an infinite quantity -The best way to harvest hay is to suffering. wid affection ob de heart.- ," .,.,
fifty of
d Thursday at 7:30.: well known hero. language, and Reed appointed him in and of athletic buil lIe is yea-3,"ery"bi ,. -. plate, gilt and not gilt cut early, so as to secure a good green; Yo' heartbeaii 1 terrible Irregular. .
. be
a s
.. G. D. TURNER Pastor. may judged .from the fact
.. Colonel Reed is one of the most : terpreter. An hour later Bull Ghost, ter in his hatred of Indian" He declares that color. Let the hay lie(and have plenty "Dat's al.right doctor; but, sab.. yo' .
unday; School Sunday at 9 a.m. the election of Boris Feder-
:\ 1;. CHARLES ItIC &.RD, Supt. celebrated characters now living in : together with all the Indian finery that the surest way to civilize vits, when he gathered his at of time to dry; uso the tedder, (and ha yo' ear right 'giQ my'watch..an' it. :

.-.. Dakota. lIe had led a most excitinglife. from his tepee village, appeared with an Indian is to kill him. He n not in Serpo during six weeks he feasted army almost then rakft and cock it.. Loading ftv>m hain't varied a minit ,i de las' fre

-- For upwards of thirty years ho his five hundred braves. Then came sympathy with the Governments mode the windrow Is a bad{ practice. The hay months, sah. Wid n respect to yo'.I

Cl.rllIUan Chiircli. was by turns a scout, freighter guide the "povv wow" which lasted for halfa of treatment of the Indians. Had time, daily and all ten thousand men each may appear dry aftr the hot rays oj guess Til go ter, some older practitioner .

iIE and "bull-whacker." For several The were served, in silvel'plate. the sun have poured it five or'|si; I.
day. buck upon
who had been ;
;s i xl., 26; Acts xxvl., 28; I. Peter iv., 16.rvices years young Colonel Reed his way the redskins ." Margaret mentions six silver sah"Istress"Nor
... each Lord's day at 3 p.m. he was employed by Paxton, the millionaire knocked down by Reed returned witha would be driven off the reservation by barrels, a number of big bowls and hours, but it is so only On the outiide.It i '-: what was_ that

Omaha man, who held the Gov- rifle, having previously threatenedthat should be cocked up and have time to
gibberish was talking
force and
to "hustle" for
l O. P. YOUNG, Pastor. compeled a basins of silver which required four
ernment contract for furnishing cattleto he would shoot Reed. Reed kepta livelihood white to sweat before it ijj put in lrge, you in the kitchen last evening?" 4-J 'i
as forced to '
Juaday School each Lord's day at 3 men are men to them each
carry provided
p.m.C. .
the Indians. Reed Paxton's close the Indian masses. The markVts I demand hay of. .
was eye upon and made Minneapolis Journal. with .Nora (who is sweet on 1.chael. the .
- J. DENTON, Supt. truBled lieutenant on the border. up his mind that he would begin his drinking-cups, the whole of Russian good color, and it pays'well to use extra -; hostler)-"He was mo in ... )'v -

Whenever there trouble 1 tactics INCIDENTS OF BATTLE. work. "Also a great number of efforts to secure such.: Hay tlmci 1
was among bulldozing upon the Indians mum. an' word can ij
silver Can-na-Gal sor
IrJ' [OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. the Indians at any agency, making it a with this young buck. Points Upon Which UepT.d the Fate of Poland pieces, which from Germany.either England. is cut early will bring. two dollars..per tel ye himsel didn't give me the 'Y' --
are of
hazardous undertaking to "Goin' to shoot Armies and Nation- presents ton moro than that later and allowed "
5fT even .drive mo with that long put thranslation uv it at all, at alL"-Ar- .

City Ofllcen.ilayor the cattle to them, though it was for gun, are ye?" said Beed, and without a A battle does not consist, as many princes sent by their ambassadors, or to become yellowish. i kansaw Traveler. -

...; -L. Witkovski.Mdermen the redskins' imagine, in a grand advance of victorious which have been bought for the rarity 4p.._ ,!
own subsistence. COlonel weapon he sidled up to the Indian." of the FORESTS AND ;'FLOODS.. .* -Tramp-"Your barn was burned t L3'
-L -W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner Reed was the The buck lines of attack sweeping workmanship. "
man picked out to command glared sullenly at the white everything : about two months ago, ma'am. -
rge i. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner the before them. or the holter.skel- Olearius who visited Russia in 163:3:: how the Soil Protected by llearjl '
..1.1PA. ( expedition. Ho never made man, and made a move as if to bring Farer's Wife "Yes.1.
"lerk! -B. E. Alvarez. the narrator of Lord Carlyle's embassy Growths of Timber. Trap'
rreaiurer Walter Wills. an unsuccessful trip. though ho and his the gun to his shoulder. This was ter flight of the unfortunatedefeated.. In 1663. Richard 'Chancelor; Sir The recent appaInk :disasters froni "Well, a chum of mine set U I

men had several hair-breadth for Reed. His The historian must so present it in his that the insurance
Uarshal-E. D. Wall. escapes right fist shot Jerome Horsey Dr. Giles Fletcher flood call attention to the subject oi you.might get 4

.seisor-T. W. Sweat. from being massacred. out. It smashed up against the In- descriptions, the artist in his paint- Sir Henry the planting of lands with timber money, and he asked me to cal around

vu*** Colonel Reed once gained a signal dian's left ear. The buck groveled on lags! Even the writer of an official travelers.Willoughby all to and the otherearly localities where an unusually lrg i and see i you'd got it yet, and see i i
- victory over Bull Ghost and his entire tho green sward for some time amid account must limit himself to the presentation marvelous rainfall be I you'd give him a few dollars of it.
, Comity Officer. wealth of the Tsar, and to the may gathered into a nar'ro\
I. tribe. Bull Ghost had upwards of five tho derisive yells of his five hundredbrother of such moments as demand I Farmer's Wife-"You'll not get a ent
W. F. and
""'" bounty Judge- Malphns. quantity of plate displayed deep valley. Cleared lands shed!:
- hundred fighting braves under his bucks. Then Reed special treatment, or to such episodes! on of the insurance Tramp-"Very .
of Circuit opened
- lark Court-W. T. Weeks. up the "great cupboard the heavy rains roof does, without her.
Sheriff-H. W. Epperson. command, and Colonel Reed was his parley with Bull Ghost He as involve important and Instructive. as they time for the a t to : well ma'a1 you mustn't feel hurt
... alled the buffet ;around the central even <-r penetrate
ax As.euar-J'. E.Wainright.ax backed by one whito man and called the Indians all the vilo tactical movements. ; friend more of
a negro. names my never any '.
the soil i set
.... f pillar of the banqueting-room. Rich and the surface; soil constantly
4s1w Collector-M. M. Hale. It all came about in this way. John in tho border category; he offered All those events which are less striking I .: your buildings on fire. -Epoch.
down t- lower
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. HilL Dillon, a giant Hibernian, was em- to fight the chief and five of which pass more quietly, but ard Chancellor says: "In the midst of washing le\el ; CHECK'S,_-
:"C& A short in amountain
tho chamber stood a tabta or stay country NO CASHED. .
3ounty II. cupboard
- 8u"eyor-W. Edwards, C.H ployeq by the Government as tho "boss his best braves single handed without which nevertheless contribute to the -

- bounty Commissioners WitkovskiB. farme" for tho Indians established weapons; ho suggested the.utter annihilation final result, can ,not be reproduced 1 I, to, set"plate. upon which_ stood,full of where the land is mosVly all covered Fly Hotel Cierk-e. That Ha b No ---

.. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. II. Pinhol- Grand river without too'much expansion. Those cups of, gold, and amongst all the-rest with timber, but especially the narrow: i Judo of Unman Katnre.
0. r, It. V. Smith. along twenty ;years ago. of the tribe by the Great; Fa there stood four marvelous valleys through wMch :he rivers anu "You have probably obseved in *
The "boss farmer" is the representative ther's soldiers, and ended tho incidents which no account of the bat great your
"powwow" pottos, or crudences as they call them their tributary strtau4i or branchc travels," the hotef.clerk. "tho
tle official
unofficial take
of the Indians or note sad
well Bull any
as as of the by telling Ghost that he
- State Ofirt'rI.ovt'rnor1r. of gold and silver. I think they werea flow affords a moAt conspicuous ex- sign hung out at the '8 desk In
tho thousand and cahier
one events observed -
the matter of must his
P. receivingand move tepee village at ,
Fl"llIingJacksonvil11 once this '
of the value
ample .of
protection '
S good yard and a half high. The all leading hotels: loaned
S Secretary of State-John L. Crawford furnishing rations to tho reds at as he (Reed) proposed to water his by the participants. the t .
to the soil. In '
one ,
number that dined thero that day IbcaOty a year ago or checks cashed here! Those. signs
innumerable in which
awr rdville. the different cases the direction

S agencies. Dillon was a cattle at the spring in question before '
was two hundred persons, and all were eleven inches of rain fell in one nigh} are hung out to protect the hotel from
t1.orney.GeneralWilliam and control of affairs
Lam arMon- notorious drunken glide out
Ho sundown. Then he
bully. made strode through the
served in than twelve hours
S golden vessels. during lei anct dead beats, and they the .
ello.1 life of the hands of the officers-these serve pur- : _
a dreary waste for Paxton's crowd of Indians them aside are '
- men Sir tho total rainfall of eleven
rreainrer F. Henry Willoughby, speaking of consecutive to WTo ke .
J. a
nj a
Jlacclenney. time the little drops of water that make the certair.extent
every the cattle were brought to l like files and returned to his ;
Com| issionel' camp. a dinner given by the Tsar, says: "In days in' wliich. tho raiu mistake now and was the case
of Agriculture-I.. B. the Grand river section for slaughter. Bull h Ghost and his live hundred mighty ocean of battle and determinevictory 'ten a .
warriors the did for ,
middle of not
omb ell. the dining-room was a ceaso 'f here couple of weeks An old
Ho or dcfe.it. The of the va a ago .
made .
always it a point to brow- watched Reed's departure with ,
table inches.
Comptroller-General D. Barnes. withczpiof gold. Tho thirty-one And yet no damage codger came along with an old-fash
of b-ittlo is
beat the clay a great enerally'erj'
chief "bull-whacker" if he open-mouthed wonder. The In iansUVJ
Adjuto.ut.Uenera.l-David Long, Cedutya. number of persons that dined was was done; not a mill tlrxn even \a ioned sachel, and ho looked so hard up

I ISuperintendent had to knock him out Sullivan fashion their camp that afternoon. After : prosaic. After an uncomfortable,nightptse about two hundred all served in vessels swept away, nor a brijlge! rough and and rusty that I gave him thb poorest
in order to get the hand.] He that Bull Ghost considered it favor in a wet or cold bivouac, where *
of Public Instruction-- upper a of gold, and the gentlemen that "ramshackle" as thea< constructions room in the house, and asked for a

bert talloU, Jacksonville. had the Indians at his back, so that in to take It ccd by the hand for a the men, wrapped in their overcoats, waited were all in cloth of gold."- are. The soft porous ground. CO01.eI1with deposit of five dollars. He made it.

PROFESSIONAL CARDS time he had every thing pretty much lengthy shake, muttering tho while: have been gathered shivering about laurel
Theodora dense thickets of
Child, in Harper's Magazine. : and I 1 him no further attention.
his own in "Buckskin! Joo the camp-fire, trying in vain ,tog 1 -" ... g1.owin: gave r ,
way that section. lIe : heap brave white chief; :- ; in deep soft black
RYEYI G. At the end of week he came
CIVIL ENGINEERING. cheated his contractors in me like 'im." warm; after the simplest of break* : Submarine Lines. SPIg-Y soi. I up t
weights Telegraph back the water, and h did tho settle his and"when I hinl

R. F. ENSEY, and in some instances stole their: oattle The sobriquet given Reed by Bull fasts, of which perhaps the draught: opUI.e the feeblest-rrentgshould flow of the streams exceed a rise! ol i I I the figures bIll pulledxmt a check kave book
cold water was tho only palatablt Only c bo
outright, and the Ghost still slicks to the border
receipts Into veteran.
went -
five feet where tho water-shed
.v : supplying and filled check the
mNGXN.EE used a for
on submarine lines, since up
his own pocket. lIe lie constituent the soldier goes' forth 1o' heavy amount
wore a handsomelybeadedbuckskin
was even more them included of .
an nrea twenty- .'Can't take it, I said, I shoved
-BTARKE FLA. battle. pulses which could be employed with a
successful defrauding. ignorant suit at the time of his;: bloodless five to forty miies. The high .
square U back. -
nnKbtlnar. ertlmUi, red men. Things encounter with the old Indian. Thero he may never even see the impunity on land lines. if they did not I
etc., such
Lcd us finally came to water lasted several days the rain .
? .
itb soon 'Why
Eermi, :aceuncy and dispatch I a that Paxton could Colonel Reed had matinee enemy; indeed, usually cnly long destroy the cable covering, would a
( pass not \erylively -
>per day, cub. get any ceased, and tho streimj were full foe .'Got beat too often.* -
at least tend
halts uncomfortable faults
standing still develop which
under -
man to assume command of his with the Cheyenne Indians at the -
cattle Examples
a month afterward. ;like .'But !
-- shrapnel fire. or otherwise might long remain latent. it's good' ,
apparently use "
for the Grand .
river Fort about
territory. Colonel agency near Sully two
years this and tho floods
Defects damaging te31 n), .')Iay be. I: ,
less mud and that otherwise .
J. 0. camping under small- cable-covering
HAYNES Reed had been in command of l later. It was a certain ration
oher: upon which should sink intd tho
story ; .'Well. :I have no and
arm fire await him. The feeling of may not lead to harm admit I currency
- expeditions, but was finally asked to day. The cattle were driven into an ia
minds of all concerned
moisture preventingthe : : must pay you by check tew'pea :
being exposed to the invisible missilesof and hence under the actionof I ; very
take charge of the Grand immense coral, where ,
E1V river train. they wore and catastrophes which, *
,. T 1I: damages i pie refuse them. -
IBrwvj the enemy, mingled with the un- a strong current, oxides are quickly
don't want to slaughtered. Colonel: eed I
change my terri was superintending occur for want of protection to the.surface k here, old I
certainty aa to what is going onto formed, destroying insulation. The 'L' felow. rple. .
he i affairs
tory. said to Paxton, "unless it is for tho contractors. of the narrow waUrsheds.The .
r. Office rer Jones' Brick Bloc*. absolutely ." Tho cattle hud all been hot by Indian I right and left. often produces in the necessary use. in ocean telegraphy of my mad coming up.oi thnk
necessary.Vell of trors too
best of the lightest currents has led to the development planting upon i a beat this you get left!
I troops great: depression anda wi
it marksmen ,
is us was customary vllun-
necessary. returned of farm lands would .
, :BUGG large portion convert Either come down tho bill or
i & WILLS consequent falling off in offensive a class of recording instruments wih
Paxton. "That man Dillon has got to dreds of bucks with rifles in their them from profitless or losing "
to !
you'll jail
J1f go
strength, even when tho battle in remarkable for delicacy of
be cleaned out, and you are tho only l hands sat upon the railing around the: general into and useful
;. the property profitable "He took up tho check, filled in another

'.:19 Attorneys at Law man I've got that is capable of doing stockade watching the slaughter. One such moments is making tactics splendid exbusted progress. In action-notably which indicates the siphon electric recorder, lands. I can not bo to|> frequently or if. for $200,000 on a Chicago National ."
are ,and .impulses
it. steer had not been killed, and he raised: i
: enforced that
* it is only a question of grit mId sense oldit.v. by a wavy ink line on a tape, and the earnestly welcuedtortimber bank, and handed it over with ;
STARKE Colonel Reed reached tho principal his head up and bellowed loudly."You've lands ,
FLA. ; judiciously planted the remark: .
,, Sheridan tolls reflecting galvanometer which
us. "Indeed, causes!
point in tho Grand river district about got your gun Heed remarked the right varieties of trees are m
.'Please to the bank'and
I.!!pnellce In all the the battle of a spot of light to from step over
l\fUa Judicial Courts I In tbe FllrU three weeks later. the boss farmer, who stood byiteed's Chickamaugua something move right to than amble rc
L'IrClIII" : profitable ask them themselves that
to .
left in darkened With assure .
like that of Stone River, victoryresting a room. these a\C'nga
Dillon was drunk that day; and at side. "let 'cr flicker at that steer and much more the average this would bo honored in Chicago.'
F. J. FIELD with the bide that had tho gritto recorders and thirty cells of battery "
und l finish him.
once opened up on Reed. Even worthless lands of
; pasture. ,no "I went over to 'a National bank,. '
sent tho Atlantic
defer longest its messages across aro
The latter, with two or three of his Rood raised his gun to his shoulder. relinquishment of value except storage :for and inside of an hour Chicago had answered -
present a ,
tho field. telegraphically reproduced in ink at .
ml k In'a 1kSTArIKE PI men, had stepped into the Governmentstore Bang! water for springs or! the supply of that a check signed by the old '- .
41 n I m Still more pressing is! the appeal to the rate of from twenty to twentyfivewords ( )
at the and The ball crushed into the steer and
agency. they were streams, be made produce million dollars
; may v I man for a was
the of the minute each scfma
?norte troops when an unfortunate a way, the cable hal a .
closely followed by Dillon. his head fell back.! At this instantthero
of the most valuable timber I had made mistake
: good gold. a
termination being But for
of the battle duplexed. electrostatic a .
FLA. 'Say, will yez have a drink?" was was an ear-splitting from Conseauently tho study of fore trris in "
sizing man
forces which has induction cell of would my up.
U, an army done its full a single battery .
the first greeting received the stockade railing. A piece of bone .
from '
Gt\I'A1\TItED.: as important to farriers, and especially "Hut who was he? ;
Box 43.9EEK duty to retire.' Exhausted to the last suffice for transmission from the earthto : ; .
Irish giant. from the steer's skull had been tornout to their sons, as that of the culture "He is known
.... gap, its resistance, put.hcd; to thehighest the moon,. if those bodies could be familiarly a Illi
& "No, thanks, was Reed's quiet re by the bullet and it glunccl upward of ordinary It would Hutch,' king of the wheat N.'
I crops. ring1. -
,r. FllAZEE pitch. gives wav. and ithCI.ightCul connected by a wire of the size used I gjvfl .
ply."Well striking: buck on tho cheek.: a now interest to the young i ; Y. Sun. ..
reaction the -
ros'stlcss by ocean cabies.-Scribner's .
be jabbers, you'll drink \vid There was a rapid flow of blood from mass Magazine.It their parents' occupation, would oifer' J. -

at Law andXotarics me or fight," shouted the whisky-! tho wound. Tho Indians on tho railing plunges to the rear. This h to-day no S---- them an investment ptomi.sing futtir! *. .w : She Wanted a .Veteran.. -. I -
longer an organized retreat from position is said that tho Portland {Ore.) -
crazed brute. at once jumped to the conclusion profits which would tend to keep tjicrjat Old Mrs.
IttOfCJS to position, as our I'redecessors Board of Charities tried to induce the Smiley-Next time I get .

BUAUFOHD co., FLA. Reed made no reply. Dillon glowered that Reed had shot tho Indian intentionally. ( -: taught and practiced but an uncon- street :beggars,",'.* blind '..band- rgan home, instead of crowding as ,' lc took down sick my dear,J wiswouldn't 'J.

at him an instant and then reachedout A wild scene of disorder thus to the dangers r-nd 'diaappments have that ,'I
: troUble current, like tie mountain grinders,.and pencil4peddlers and;tho : there r gtri_
) Title and Ecal Estate Law aMjatrL his immense arms to Reed followed. .' of "the ungrateful cities5 i!
grasp ; of doctor :
I torrent which, fraught wit havoc and like to accept aid and.leave the street, a come.to.attend to '
:. by the neck. His reach short. A "Shoot whito skunk! Kill the white the S-.he ; mQ
furnished was would reduce productronof
cxc don't
Il < ; much
Octa ", LIen fhowlnfc; every Deed.( disaster, overflows its banks. Woe to but found that most of them were go on young"doctr no t.
USD11 Jat &Um&ttereofpubtjcrdand neTln the land that can oppo!' no other making handsome wages beg ing,-and ,: -. :
IOI1nln 'litle of 101 Ehtalf'* In Bradford the hard floor in a seini-dazed condi idian throats. The Indians leveled couldn't be increase the s-tlubrity of "the Mr. Maria,who.wouldyou
&, dams: to this stream thru strategy, for any reasonable greatly Smiey-Wel -
"P to date of Abstract. tion. Reed's immense fist had -put their rifles at Reed, who stood his while wSuld havejit;! call? '
tactics and the instruction of the sum to give up their lucrati-ve occupations. i t me .

him to sleep." The blow landed I ground coolly with his repeating rifle! troops; these will bo washed !. I certain benefcial.cfc(V upon thctt1: Mrs. S.-Pvo kinder.look a notion to .

... HEADQUARTERS squarely between the big bully's eyes. cocked! and swung nero-):; his arm ready like sand heaps by the roaring waters awaj .. mosphere cooling at moistening i it that doctor around the corner. "1 'dun- _1 T

., vxx FOR Dillon sprang to his feet and attempted for use. -United :Service: :Magazine.in : -the onco fightingModoc: Indlan I und holding back the rln-fall so 11 t t1 no ranch about him; but I see he's 'got t'a

i XJUrtjc.: :: to pull Hs revolver lloed's sledgehammer "They're in an ugly mcoJ, ne d. .. have become industrious farmers in prevent Hoods and as v ell rontinujng sign out ""Veterinary Surgeon.1*and .' ij

lisp! stnttn,the Liverpool flit shot out again and t':::10 You'd better light out if yea can gut I -.\: : roniaiisiiiorc:: : than hl'l U 'ha past t welvo'rears.and halt uf.them I the moderate water &:.pply so ni" .4. I think he must. be man of cxperi- .'

<1 I I.,. Co ;>2Ur awl, LOUdQQi4 ; irishman took a long nap, When l 1i o out," objortei tho byrd: farr.KT{ t .1 .)DCtmlt; in tI'l! \orU- leave professed Chri,titlnit.Y. i prevent cUyughts.->% V. Time : QQ-AmQle3. Q -


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north wind dotli Wow t11 they ornr. >wi much for Urge rs s netttahll'ahment. : '"
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t f:.: _._ I rJm'''rti"m t! of raw matrrtelr., ; Hutfirst lei STARKE FLA. v'

; "." :. .. AVhat has become of tlte city water ,. u t ,Mat Hint growing fruit <>r vrgrtableefor ':, 01 :,;
:;; : .
t. work, Echo answei "What: ?" the HUMMTV d'I('!! not ii> any way pn,- 0 ,

. hlhl growing truck fur the tioilbcrn markets : ;".. ,
c. ;rM. Thejnorethe cannerytlie qtieftion i ix ill The to interns! r-tn IN' purau*d I ;;:;;., '

;i. ,: :' agitated, more the poojle are rilltnut .ny hindrance to cart other. All I'j ; rn't'

'L-4 .. w anxious for n r=tnn'r)'. I ire desire, to impress! upon the public' !!1 I Dealer 'in" f'

9' mind I I. bit vegetables for running .'

TheVare of all the public roid* in he rkimi much chtaper: than fur export t'1 O. ....
the county in now in tlii hands of be itiir.tl mate. The f'lI8l11\'itl. wliU'Utriwherrk

r1 Mr. J. II. Moore, who was r the lucky .- *. lJackl! rri,... Deans, tciputX.K J i!

( tweet: c rn. cucumbers gherkinsciuliBnwet .
: f bidder I .
onion*. >" :
Jxfic 'tr per, grape .
r At their last meetingcommissioners ,he county and orange grow ben ought to be a sufficient i '
guaranty that they ran be raised t I
granted at to
;.,.. troth t abundant and cheap To cultivate EVEE :
., iI' I3 -J decide the liquor question for another truck with horse Implements is quite a : ..I.. ..

two years. different thing to the same l I.y hand power

'.. and it must lie rcrnembc that: vegetarian
Although thecottmi
wan cut
crop b and early peaches for the northern .
short the -
hy heavy this" season
rain"f are never grown in their proper& ,

the increase in J price briiifr more Benson, lint coaxed into unnatural: activity --------- --'- -........-..- .....-.4--. =-
-- money to the grower than the last before the pn-pcr time and therefore require -ISTAPLE

neason. much work, fertiliriiu, and protec- I AND FAN"C"YDRY O C

t ion, Much of thifi; can be dispensed with! | FLOUR CORN is I J

There i In a probability;, that the b: )' planting when the cold i is out of tin- t\ :-

holding of any election in the state g round and cultivating with horse power. Q

before the meeting of the, next legislature : With this fact in view it !i" easy to comprebend 10(0D8( I f. I I Bran !

4 '..- ', will be illegal. :The matterin that every farmer would avail Hay, Brje.'on: -
I himself of the opportunity lu make a little -
being investigated.
.. ready money during the summer, and
Lake Butler the I railroad the lark of this opportunity! at present is .
expect new LARD.
I the cause \,vegetables' rather scarce I
1 completed' to that place in 30 i in the Stnrke market. The uncertainty 0CD

day. \V e suggest that they,\ give a of arty: l fnr them keep the farmer from NOTIONS AND MILLINE3Y i ,

1 .- big barbecue, and invite the whole bringing them here. The prevent scarcity ,

connty tbefe to rejoice with I Ito them. of pouches does nut argur that that fruit

may not be. raised here in any quantity

I The county school board annullec With few exceptions all peaches now Weekly receipts of

j. tbe Starke school election and have grown io Bradford l county arc simply for I call '.
ordered another to be livid] In thirty family use. A few early peaches are raised Special Attention to out j

: days, taking into the school distric to hip but they* are generally hurt. by I BUY MY Family Groceries always
the frost and\ are not a success. Peachy 1 I
h a large territory outride the cit FINE MILLINERY.
.. tree can be easily raised from the wed and
)limit budded before they are a year old. The

The road ... I have will ]<:-&r two ycats after budding. The fresh and sweet i
commissioners sue I
will grow on low lend may be pUnttuclose
l ::* ceedcd in having the road work con. ; together and do not need much man I -

f "\ traded for much cheaper than they' ur.... As soon an a home market for q lii,!,.! Finest Line of Jerseys and Hosiery ever ...

': had ever hoped. They will havrbti: fruit suns n certainty, peach orchard1would I (

j about 1500 to pay beside the anioun nt spring up everywhere. brought to this Market.

f to be received from tIle road. handsThe \Ve do not see why the tin cans shoulbe -' FUR1sIiPB1KEi:: :
i dearer to any appreciable extent i if II I I i .

j. two Starke schools receive mnde in Starke than rlseNht're." The can II I .
itself ID so small an item that a cliibt advance
|2G5 per month How hiuch better I srovEs ;
1" I Ir I pei hundredweight of tinplate: over ,
r .. a school could be taugLt if the en, the roet of the same in northern cities

> ,.,r:. tiro appropriation} went to one would count for! next to nothing. Few CLOTHING HATS SHOES !! ( STtfYES i j

KHi .. \ school, and the school properly giadrd canneries aro situated in cities where tin *. 1\

.. 1 and taught .by competent, teach: plute is made. It could bo taken by bov I i '

., I.. ..".. .: .f'rllJ' from New York to Jacksonville or Pal I i J
i r.\""-"',.';, .. +01.1 atKh. A little saving could perhaps: .l.r I I i 4t:
I : ,
II V "( :.}.1..' The city (:council o'the strcc effected! by having the round bottoms I We

+ ," .=.; committee of the cityl council, ar 5fi.inpcd out before shipping as no freight TRUNKS AND VALISES { 4r J Keep on hand the bssSr, brand of.; t i

would then be paid on the scrap tin m.d
f 1COr
deserving great credit for the work ,the would for the t4tg
scraps pay stamping
done upon the street It has COK The apparatus lot putting the roar i<- } : l} nc\r.: ( 'Fl Rr. (! II E : ,
1 r
but little and add! hundreds of dollars l !getbei U inexpensive. I ., .

f ] to the look and con fort of the -- '' s

f city. Lake Butler. 'WOOD AND WILLOW WARE
l A few hours spent in this thriving little ;

ei I When the TKLKURArit was giving city willJcoQviute one of vast improvements FURNITUREAND No Trouble to Sho\v Goods.
going t'D The new railroad u
ao much credit to the school board, now being* graded: through Lake Butler Clerks

t a month ago, for making a tour of aud4if the promises are kept it will be but always Pleasing: and )

I ', the county in the interest of school a few weeks until the locomotive will be Hardware 'f
Ii f Crockery
I beard in the land. The Alliance
I .. matters we bad no idea that they et9trhaetiern ,, :
turned over to M. L
\ McKinncy
were drawing two dollars a day and
who is Alliance man from the ground
five cents for every: mile trav
they up.| lie will continue to give the Allianceall Tinware
eled.ftOME. Saddlery.All
\ the benefit: of small! profit and cash ,
... "
I carry The county Alliance held their
regular meeting at Lake Butler on Thursday your Cotton and'f!

No Ifrakon War a (:.uiur, Should the 3d iubt. Although it was court -
rot upcecd in Atstrke.fiincc week and a:great many people: were obligd '

our tart uiticle on this subject we to attend court., yet there was a good kinds of Produce I will the
have heard a great dial of encouraging attendance and a great deal of busiue, pay

news. \\& Imvelicnrd of one or two more was transacted. All who were present

men *illiz! #- to become stockholders t in a were much pleased with the meeting. At

._ cannery if for proposition, i,after mature the dinner; hour the writer: was capturedby FARMING IMPLEMENTS. highest Market Price.

I.. reflection! nnd inquiry continues lo pre- the ever smiling and gallant .Mnj. ,
sent the Mine bright aspect tic it now iloes. J. L. Hill our county school superintendent -

.I The Tst.soiu ru shall certainly do iu and escorted to that gentleman's SIIUES -- !

level beet t<. keep the matter before the home and treated( to the best dinner iu t tw

I public until either a cannery Is a certain Lake Butler, the cooking of which would AT

thing or until all hope is IOli t. To Ibis elfdwe I do credit to a 10,000 Vaoderbilt: cook.

Qr hart invite enough nil who knowledge take sufficient ID the interest matter cogs Major grove Hill ftnd.well is proud of may his he beautiful be. as it or-is Come and I ,\ I \ I/ f .. )..' Gtve Call J!

1 j t to aguinst bare it nny to come convictions forward In and favor give of theh it or composed fruit until of it fine is necessary large trees to loaded prop up with the ,,! ((.t".,,'AlVA j :! ; \ I I i J'i '; <.EZ.!I, ; R me a

I I. view, Thi firstly, to give us points_ for limb to keep them from breaking under

i dlscuftsion. MB the must fruitful subject their heavy.loads. These trees were all .

; will naturally be exhausted;; b)'-aDd.by if set by Major Hill himself and have been -. -,-
wit replenished: but wore: especially to carefully nursed from their infancy up by MASTER'S S.\ J"E. Notice. "" .
l OF
ventilate and throw light upon every nook his own tender bands. Two of the largest September tIlt 1889. )f Under and by virtue of a Anal decree issuing WHEREAS David L..Alvarez administrator
and corner of the questiou.i; No intelligent !! trees in Bradford NOTICE In hereby !given that the following nut of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial 0' M. ... Brnwo,late of Bradford
tear county are -1 tattler ha filed notlce.gf bis Intention Circuit of Florid*. iu and for Bradford Cot nly. County State of Florida deceased has filed in
man will risk his substance in a Yen growing u thriftily as can be. Their lalltseasoo'l to make final proof in support Of his claim In Chancery 'ittio in a eaufe therein wherein my office a sugge-tion of the insolvency of raid
unles and that Mid proof will he made' before W. T. Nicholas D. Haffaman IloolDp1&iaantaud Wayde estate these are therefore to "tifyall persons TRUBY 8TERNB1J.RG AND co.I
ture he
ha a good understanding I crop brought a clear >$14 to their Week.L.Clerk of Circuit Court at Starke, Florida H. Wynn and Mary Wrnn.. hU wife, are defend holding claims against ward estate to file the
of all topics bearing upon i iL, and we can owner's pocket, and now have a fair on: NOVEMBER; SEVENTH l8s9. Tit: ant. I will offer for wile at public o cry to the same in my office duly authenticated, on or by ,
crop JESSE GLOVER, of Lake Butler Floi tda. .I highest and beet bidder, in front of tbe Court the Second day of January A. D. 1890. on which
expect no action before all the different: of young fruit coming on. H. E. No. Iv=. for Uii t>X of 8WV and 8Ji..r; House door In the Town of Burke', in the Cuunt.r day there will be made a probate distribution of .
part of the SEX. Sec 84 Tp S S oar> Range 1>E. Hd names the I' aforesaid on Monday. November 4th.A. D. the assets of said estate among the creditors of I c
subject through a thoroughHicuskiun. One thing that Dla jot Hill takes an un- olio wing witoniwa to prore his continuous res ItfeB at Ulo'ctock.lttandard time the following the same. .
..t. t ( << are exposed to the eye of tbe usaal pride in, next to the school interest idence upon and cultivation of. said land, riz: described real estate the. property of defend.aot.t Witness my band and seal thio May 24th::! A. I --:-""
M. H Marker, J. B. lying and being D liB.
Dowlinr.J O. Johnson. and in sold County and State WM. F. MAU-BUBS. :
public. of the county, is the rearing ,of blooded John Croft all of Lake Butler: Florida. and lrnovra and described a* the southes.it quarter [SEAL] County Judge. I
In ALEX LT>calteRister, of tbe southwest quarter and the southwest 47-timo
to-day's issue C. C. .
asks a few fowls. His beautiful games: are a pleasure quarter of the suutht-ast quarter. Section t.en
pertinent question, and gives hints of to the and as ty-two. Township seven south of Range twenty SHERIFF'S
us SALE.
eye pure high breeding NOTICE OF ELECTION. 1'hcJwant
to sell
one east containing uighty acremore or lees.H. you your Groceries, Provisions, Flours
more. He Brakes the remark that though caw make them. It must not be inferred TO ALL AND SINGULAR the Electors of the W. ]i rrxn.ox. Under and by virtue of an execution issued out
( : would I County of J. L. :rmAXn. Special Master. or the Justice Court of the flth Justice district of Corn Oats and Kran.
Acmincry provide our truckers from this that our school: superintendentis Bradford. State of Florida: Complain.of. Solicitor. Bradford Hay
County of ,
KNOW YE. That in of an ordermade on the 3d day
"r1 with a home market tbejpropnetots of a fighting man, nor that he bets on in open Mir by the Board of County October 4h. If89.MASTER'S. October A. D K89.in a certain cause therein

?it thai establishment would have to "e I ,
fur it." As this is probably to be takenin affection for that held in said Com ty on the Uthday or Nov SALE Simon J Temple t*defendant have levied upon
breed the
-.. "-.. rnber. to determine Whether or not Spirituous. Under and and u ill sell at public auction to the highest and They want to sell and UOOd9. ....
a metaphorical sense, the writer doubts chicks being so tame as to allow themselves Vinous or Malt Liquors hall be sold In said out of the Circuit by Court of of a the final!Fourth decree sailing best biddy r, orcashin fro'.t of the Court Howe you your Clothing Furnishing .
r" the Gouty fur Judicial door in Starke. of Mid County on the ant Mon. -- ......
of as provided in 3700 Law of
profit the Chapter
I undertaking; As there is to be picked up and caressed.A : Florida Circuit of Florida iu and for Bradford County day of November A. D. 1SR9.tbe !name being tbe II-
: .. no rcahou whatever why ou csLned goods large tea bush is growing in the front Given under mr hand axd Peal of office, at Thomas in Chancery A. Knight sitting,l.la. com cause lalna therein t and Wherein Abram property fourth day, situated of said month.in said the following-described I They want to sell you your Hats i and Caps,
Starke. this the 9th day of October. A. D.l*9. County and State, to-
t I should not Sell as well! and :it high and the Lawton is defendant I will offer for sale at public wit: The northwest
as yard of the
any good lady but to step to [SEAL] W. T. WKCKS the quarter nottheast
outcry to highest and be They want to
t sell
other of the kind their uuprofitableness the front dour eventide to pick tbe family Ocllt Od Clerk Circuit Court. in of tbe the Court Hone door in the Town blddl'r.lt ol:t.arJo.front quarter quarter and the southeast the northeast quarter quarter of the of the northwest south I yon your Hoots( Slices: And libbers.

'1 could sriMt only from t4 u high c<*t of tt:&. [ 4th. A.County D. 188.aforesaid at 12 o'clock on :MondaNovember standard time, the south west of quarter.Hanfrc twenty-one Suction five. Township seven They want to st'll'ou Your Hardware; .)os! and( IJuildin -
s r "peruiing and mutt-rials. It- think that Lake Butler U. D. following described property, to-wit: Spinning hundred ,l one
has an .
many places that ate MINERWATCHMAKER at the northwest comer of the north w-st twenty * ._'': canning: can 1* pronulil, o-i ly when per Ixuutiful .Valuable, and now that it la of the Bortira-t, 'quarter Section five quarter Town by the plaintiff.paying for titles. Property pointed out
.' suvd mi n lur;:* se-miry. "'bi in prolmWy about derive the .hip seven S of R e twenty-two east run south H LIUY \\*. EPPERSON. I They want to sell
", benefit t>f rail transportation four hundred and twenty' ft ct. tlK-uee east t.ix October 4tb, 1859. I yon jour Wagons, Bujru'it*, AxrivtiUtiral Im
the CHW in the north where :he brief time it rtauds a chance to aud hundred an I thirty feet,thence nOr It two l bun Sheriff., !' >'>
for grow dred and tan feet, thence we t four hundred snd --- .- element!+i. Seeds and F erNllaema.They .
rannii.t vegttableprofuets compel become.. town of no mean importance. twenty feet thence north two hundred and ten NOTICE.
barria work while the feet thence west two hundred and ten feet to I want to sell you your : Harnr.x> unit In
r eat'oa lasts; after Thcte i is H detc-rnJnation among its citizens I or beginning By virtue of order Saddles' : Whips
plug containing in all a little over an by the
1 .. thai, tbe'Cannery is dsfrltrt until steal that it sli.ill. i acre. William }o'. .Ualphurs. County Judge Honorahl"l fact they want to sell you everything:: you iirav.iieed. Give thema

tenkPtt. ptrcistly the sal4 f an. the pork -- fJ, J. L. FRAXU. J.Special O. AL.ua"Aau.r. powers County.l.dated State September24th.of Florida. exercising 18'W' apr-ointin probate I trial, and you will bt convinced 'that they will save' you money
pitckiu; vstabli.buHuU.: JOur ComplaiQaDt'18oU:1COr. me. the underpinned as commissioner to sell .....r.1: on everything You buy
canning : f nd
ut the time
1 't Wht'n'gelabJet or Vraits are N : r October 4th 1088.! lain real estate! Kituatet in said county < f Brad same Ktiuraulec the quality
.r sti.snu would IMF prrpetusl; there is Uti canned they become imperubable an ford belonging to the estate 01 Sarah e, Linton I and quantity of Goods. jf !
( time of the ytiir .'hrn"f- : Uj! not have cotton or luhacco. They need nut NOTICE.All deceased late of HilUborough:iow.byvirueottheaithority County State of Florida".st-, I I iI j

fruit fir vegttditra: here. lurluj the idle he hustled into market for fear ofl'"iJjngt ed in me as such commissioner. I will sell in front I I I f
persons to the estate of Sara of the
indebted court house
door in
tin -A5D- town of tarke i in
"UI\l1I Ponds
nunlternnnttera'tuuct d
; pnv irIt but can, be held until cumtemporary e immediate forward and make the said county ol Bradford,on Monday the -lIb
rei>t and In""I'IIIIcon etUement, and all persona holding day of November, A. D. 18W. between the TRUBY STERNBUBO &
jlu-ir lni"ilinc:: !l1 depression: in prices i isO'.er. JE1'VELER, claims authenticated axainst said estate will present them duly hours of sale at public audio I, the f tllo l Itcg41> il1 COMPANY
_ and fqtiipmrnt. white" within the time required by law land of the ,
I their pr-ifli l tllt'mj I II\' this mean a cannery or this notice will be estate of Mid decedent: The NE Y ,
STARKE. plead in bar
FLA. of their recovVANDIK ot NW i of
30. Tp 7 S Kanee .
t"'Mnlt. All 2i
tLc mnl..yif Imve work er* E con
in baud in h:111,1"lth
IH.-I the
pro- s pseIalfattenUntr given to repairing Watches 1UKIGXU: tiiiniiip forty acres more or !1"*II. Said lands sold
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1 i IBR/OFORD COUNTY TELEGRPH.Slarle I Ju:i leceived and) constantly re-j!I Mrs. Gos has .returned to Feinandina. A NKW" TOWN. la til* .. QvMCto**: <"'!
., ,I' ceixing a tine assortment of fresh : Editor Tgr.vwAra-1: baft read willr* ojI

groceries at R. M. Alvarez. I The U.l K.: & F. B. K. Will Boom J6NESI I much Interest what you have had to say .

I .'la.Oet. 1:issi- Job lot of Hosiery at I and Both,night cotton to gins keep are ahead running of their day I it. 'Its Beautiful Location. on the subject of a canning factory(orctnnrry. -

It You
I ". ., a* you Lave ) are-plead
-<_ el g Truby' Sternburg and Co. I work. There is one rr.rlluu.of Bradford county log the caoae so earnestly that I hop tbs.

Local affairs. I Heiherger &Richard the location of which Is bouud to soon I( ,svtl will fall _o good soil. Fromyour
I The best shoes for the least S
I money I own point of view the scheme certainly
--- Pwptletorp ol in br it into
For City Marshal.The I only grocery store at J. G. Alvarez. jjg great prominence. Wr refer looks feasible and worthy of support for
the city. to that tcrritorr lying south of the mirth I MAMMOTHDRYGOODS it would give the track growers a bonwr

11I friend "f Mr. D. L. ,I"III'l'Zkr: I SHOES are always sold cheap at Clothing cheaper thai ever at I side of Crystal lake and north of the Al- market-though the onnnery eumpan,'

pleasure in prewntinp him to the citizen '1'rnh-Sterr'bnrg & Co.INDISPEKSJBLE S J. (;. Alvan-z. clernmn property. nnr Melnw[ The might bare to sweat for IL.I. always barf
it that such eslaUUhment -need
of Stnrke for City'Mar-hul. and! earnestly FOU STRAWBERRY Come and see me, lames Trimmed Macon railroad I runs through this belt of. be carried on an or. a very l> rge most scale to pay

Solicit their support. GROWERS: Planet Jr. ) and untrimmed hat country thus opening up In settlement I a fair profit. Judging from the scarcityof

PItIENDS.Mr. implement, at .. G. Alvarez. this lieuutiiti! lake regi..i>. A trip through i vegetables and peaches m the Starker '

D. T. Alvarez i id announcedfor I. Truby, Sternburg & Co. I here will convince the m."t skeptical that : market it seems that it would be rather .
Mr. E. Strong and family returned dlMcult to find the when-with to All the
city marshal. We defy any businebs house to.. home yesterday f n'in their summer this location will soou develop 1111" a I I prospective cans. And how About 'the'

show a better stock of goods and tho north. tries of truck farms and fruit urrhitrda. cans themselves? Won't they be rather':
For fine trip
POWDER dry goods and for your offer them at as low prices ns we do. ; Shipping facilities will be equnl to any in costly here so far from where the metal
millinery go to L. Witkovski. Col. W. \ Moore died is manufacture? And do think it -
'I'rubySternhurg & Co. at his the county and lime soil it elf is peculiarly STORE you 3
i would be better for the truck to sell!
Absolutely Pure Cotton is coming in rapidly now. uFN'rLMNriiiThuyour home in this city Wednesday night.. adapted to this brunch rl' agriculture being their stuff cheap for cash" men u* the canninp *-

ntr<'r x'ftrie A mnrvH of purity.sr Soon thc golden oranges will appear. clothing, hats, shoes or fur aitibiuK I his remains will be interred in Jacksonville high. try! and rolling and Ilc.t of (hat factory than t ship t the -northern

Tuipuwilor*"i.ta nail wholeioincntfs. More economical The walls of Morgan Bros brick goodsnintil yoU bee our stock and today.Trains poor whilt' hue usuallyignalri! asAinl mlrkr:!
kinds, And ca not be sold in I not writr this Tor the sake of
t,.." ordinary of low test.KM prices. Sternburg & Co. south r hill bill of it tenure that will ipd cultivation cn .
....IJ'.lltluD.: with the multittuto Sold' i liuilding are ItOW about completed. JTrubv going are crowded I : tiding jour opinions. but in get more enlightenment .4
.! t w'*i7ht.alum or pI1oiphaterWdrr'Co..UG I STRAWBERRY GROWERS with passengers every trip. The fur jer.i* utuljtt produce Hlx.r- I upon the for. truth
j.-ilv In Call Dr. A. L. Scott and wife arrived AuhJt'cJ
Will! E1t't.. St'" YOI'L S ATTENTION Just received one prospects for a large winter travel ally.A. LEADS THETRADE I to tell, I ne l hut lte] mor persuasion to
last week, from their
summer sojournat car load each of dark and bright IS remarkably good. certain section of land trarrr d it* !be one Itok company for such an
"Tata Powell M. D. Colorado for
; Springs.The entire :enterprise. 1 our
cotton-seed \
meal VlIcoxHibbs' Rev. Win. F. Malphunj wishes us length by the railroad and situated pn'gress.Cc.w..

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Young People's Literary Society Truck Farmers' Special, Wilcox & to state that, owing to illness, he between Bedford lake on the north and [Answer to the above J.ne will appear*

met with Miss Atlanta Blitch Gihhft' excellent Georgia Standard will not be able to fall his Brooklyn] !lake on the south bat l been selected in another cnlumn.-E]JBehol

.n'ARKI';, FLORIDA.JG.ALVABEZ. last Monday eveuin?. and Armour's Pulverized Bone, all and appointments by the neighboring citizens and tin b 53
I to-mprrow. Sunday, Boar<9l* Uas;
Rev. \Vamboldt will hold divine of which will be sold at manufacturers' I railroad company for a station and town. convened at 10 o'clock a,

services at tIle Baptist church Sun prices", freight added. : The city council held a meeting There are 150 acre of orange groves re Shol.. br. Present, D. J.. Ahvir--' .

EVERYTHING day morning and I 'frnhy, Siernburg & Cc. i' Tuesday night. They made atTsnge'ments presented this selection besides many chairman: E. GIlill and J. k3.r
IN evening.
DEALER Mr 'ValtfViIIs has just returned for completing the work already other fruit orchards strawberry patches Minutes of last meeting approved?* Upon.

The cool 'brat-ing weather thin i begun on Walnut motion the 5-mile ached appropriationwan
from Savannah where be the street. and thousand of of
A D bought acres cultivated farm IN" ed Received the title to i
we'k has caused everybody to wear. tine t stock of confectionery, fruit, -Owen, the photographer, will land. Tbe dousing of the G. 8. F. and acre of t. A. and R. Sullivant fora w

COTTON BUYER. I a heavier coat and a broader sRlil I etc., ever brought_ Starke. k ork here only one more week. If the MelroM railroad is just fur enough to ''L' school site fo the Hope church neigh

Sweet potatoes now begin to appear Sewing machines cleaned and re- you want a fine' picture, now is your the east to allow plenty of room between brho. On the notion school one at month's Highland approp of

BOARD OH ROOMS. generally in the market, and paired. Apply to J. B. Davis, at time.. Photos as fine as the finest the two stations, and Thurman is to the .was allowed to go on aoollldnl. f

ANTED-A few Boardeis: on our jwople are happy ill coisequence store of R. M. Alvarez. from *1.5( up to *12 per dozen. west a good libem' distance. In a short DRYGOODS.FIGURES motion two months for

reasonable terms, or will let Rooms, thei cof.Staikc. Arrived Miss Maude Powell ha* received visit to this section it would] be Impossible the Starke colored school. $40 per month, .- S

cither fnrnH.ed or unfurm; >lied. Institute is opened and another car load! of the popular a twelve months' frte scholarship in to visit tucli plantation and attempt was petition allowed of Prevatte for school (huiding. The that .:

Call on or address running with the largest attendanceit "SWEET HOME FLOUR." the Southern Conservatory of Musicof description nt thenj in this short article; they be allowed to run their school fourinstead S

MRS. F. U. JONES, ever had. The new teachers are This flour han given perfect satisfaction Jacksonville. About a year ago ioorneoessity but few were visited though 1I of five months for $100 was grunt

STA'RKE, FLA. giving general satisfaction. and the sales of it have exceeded Prof. Kierrison offered a free scholar many more were pointed out and others I ed. On motion the TJiesvihIesehooh was
allowed $35 and Q-ukins scunol The
lnp lady who had
-- our greatest expectations. Try young were passed without au in. The
Appealing to Diana the pcclK-n. I]location of a in district
For Sale. goddessof the best Hundreds shO.1 IbecDene
the Epliesiaiih for in a barrel. Ileiberger & Richard. voice. competedfrom tint place that is reached on the Starke : CORRECTLY MADEWON'T Wits $11)'le. The petition of N.
help as useless -
Jfenr Surke, fine over state and Georgia D. and other a for *
A stock of candies and crack- and Melrose road titter the railroad M Hagunan king
Two-acre,Orange Grove, as trying to cure cholera with- Walter Wills. but Miss Maude captured the prize, fchool at or near' Temples Mill, was laid
out Janter's eis at passed is thAt of Mr. R. E. roxworth. an
magic chicken cholera thus on the table. On motion appropriationfor
nnd PEACH TREES. GOOD plainly showing that she has
PEC.VNS TB4WUEKRY LAND. We ta"c:1 few Lookout stoves the best voice in the state. We congratulate honored citizen of this neighborhood. Mr. LIE. Stark Institute yn made $14 per .

cure.A which we will offer ellen ). Fox worth U a new settler and consequently month. The petition of citizens pay-
Inquire of U. 1. 31 IN Ell.OctllSm large life.like portrait of little her upon her good fort era in Starke and for S
vicinity it
Trubv. Sternbure & Co. not much to show in the way of bi;' ._. I aprl. l
TUUiF FJ.onm. Rodman Jones, adorns his une. ocbool district was gran let I nrid an -
The celebrated and Kentucky tree, but he can show us handsome a ..
offic('. It is a marvel of the father'I I Capitol ." ordered ns the law direct* iu such cases.The .
For Sale. Jewel stoves are sold exclusively Road Commissioner Mcetlnc. small grove as it has been our pleasure] to Witkovski deed for an acre of land
graphic art and is fitted in
500,000 New nan Seedling Strawberry frame.A gorgeous l by Truby, Sternhurg & Co. Board of mud superintendents met Oct. see, and the magnificent oaks surrounding Let the figures on my good's ,tell whit for the Sink Hole s"ho'1 house was received -

: Plants for solo. A fine stock of 7lh. Present. L D Wall Thomas .Oood- his rcsid-nce are A joy to behold. Mr.( I am doing in the way of buruing the aDd accepted as the site.for said
cabbage, apples, win P S F II ] chool. On of the
I new addition to Alvarez & Crews Douglass und W M motion the salary superintendent
p'anM! will l he ready about the midi Knight's gin house onions, potatoes, etc., jtifet received Kedding. Minutes of Inat meeting ap- F. is breeder of Him cattle and a practic boodle bubble of inflated prices. ily prices of schools was raued to $35

i lk- of July! -\pply toMs collapsed onTuesday. at Walter Willa. roved. Petition of WE \\unright IUII veterinary tntl gl'fln. The value of this show it is possible to jet a good artIcle forK per month. An order \ua pissed to continue -

< \\. .Jennings, Two boys who were at A full hue of ladies' dress and. others asking for u change in the public place has trebled by the building of this low price.I S pupils in school where entered for

L..WTtT', FLOUIDA. work in it wre quite badly hurt Slurke and Waldo road just south of the railroad, which is hardly a stone's throw the, m'bool term, and iu>t lie permitted t)
t'r. P. H. Morgan. STAKRE FLA. I but not fCrlO1Ir..ly.A1mlSt fancy goods nt R. M. Alvarez. Alligator bridges BO all to strike the laid attend any other ochool for the t\n.

.J tli 5tf all the We positively I assert that we have bridges from a direction to correspondwith from its corner. The following "'rrl\nl'were Isaucti: -

strawberry }patches a larger Mock of goods than N D Hagnman's wire fence instead Mr. Knight who joins on the south, S I Hendley. teacher
FOR SALE. arc now cleaned out nicely and fert- two business houses in the any jf by the road leading to the old ford was has besides a large and productive plantation deal in rtlialile goods, not f\r".h. and B 1 Hendley ''

ilized. Some late set patches were county. iirderecl granted.: Petition of J II Rich a handsome l believe those who study the I interest of J Rlye" 8.0
Xetr: City <,f Suikc. Bradford County somewhat injured by the last rain Truby, Sternburg & Co. tnii others asking fur bridge across the bearing orange grove.The C J Dcnton.' 2",9

: but the older OUCH look :For corned beef in bulk, extra Wateronk on the Lawlev and Lake Butler two rows of large trees, the tops of their pocket book,
Jo'ioridlHOOD (OKAXGE) GROVE, prime.Okra fine mackerel and genuine cream road granted and ordered that the said which form an arbor from the gate to the house that sells, the besTtguodi'tor the least FA Jones -,. 2.O

is becoming a more and more cheese R. M. iri ge be let out on Nov. 1st, next; P S house, nre marvels of beauty not excelledby money if there is any virlurc lu full W H MooreD [ c
Alvarez. .
number of PEAtlHTREES. to
OF -2HO TREES n : go
Crews and W M T ThorntonM
appreciated l'tahJe all thecountry. Redding to get
GH.PlNES.. PLUM and over up$ spec- any other horticultural feature in the standard goods. at low pried ljuieaii la be S.
Remember t1iiVitkovski's is the itlcnlions. Petition of J I DtiLoia and C Levy
}'E\It TREES, and other Fruits coodIloiivtf It grows all but wild here master of Iht' itUl1l1nu. I 20
; a only dry goods and millinery house 'thers' asking for a chang in nud leading world. IS Hattie Edwards 7'0 'e-'t
and other buildings all in good I and would help to keep a cannery from Olustec 4 Ann (
the bridge near M Williams'. Everybody knows Dr. Further and everybody Douglass
this 'line
The land is well I cultivated thegniveislntdy in town, making a
n-pnir. : ; running.The spec
Worthington Springs so MS to leave old K Bennett building .
lal knows that he lives on the next : t 2.0
] tet to strawberries. On Lv.
road ut J Whilns. near Ft. Call church.to TELKOUAPII, advertising .
fig tree thrhen .
of Other business will sell this exceedinglywell farm south. The Doctor's I
account .
Bluff creek urge commodious J C school board 5
30 City Lots for sale cheap cross about f mile I100VUthe Byrd 2
J pii'perly. For particulars] address Lock: drll'cl'here. Its fruit is tine either Centrally located. Apply to N. J. ford and through J I Dubois' lane to ciNcHing I i.* surrounded by a very I buy only for cash and bujjing goods DL Alvarez" 1(1' N
Box 29.n'I11f. or preserved with A '
sugar. Intersect with road from Wurthingtor fine orange grove the profit from whichis E G ..
Stu'kc. Florida.1VOJ and would Jonon, Starke, Fla. Lake Butler Y R blank book r.
cannery evaporator causea Springs to granted. Petition a big item in its owner's income. 1 hIsdoes Morgan 1. t
4 C-1NG- great demand for this fruit. \\c have now a supply of Bermuda of D l L Phillips and others asking for J I. Hill, sciioul superint. 2. / T .
tt T9ethUIeJ onion seed.'e purchase change in the Starke and .Mel rose road L4'> not cay that the Dr. does not raise oALIIGlrry ,J..Lln.r'w,"?'
Col. II. P. Trimble, formerly of leave old road the common farm His "- -
to pioducts. large ,
au4 lwee these seed direct from the Bermuda as at or near crossing of I Bupt Pnbl..lnslrc 5. l _
$ r v nt WIU4ft1t this place, i is now publishing a- tri G S & F and run as near MS convenient to store house simply groans under its burden -- S .
deru weekly at Fernandirca islands. Full supply of I Kuist's; garden sub-division lilies mind come back in old CommlMlouera* C.." .1 }1'' .,
i4rves. newspaper of .uutJ
titan of stores even hut: early in the seas i 1.
I called the Fernandina News. It i ia is seeds on hand. These heeds are road tt Hampton road junction grafted I S County commissioners mef Ot'7th. ..
on. The Doctor's well i is and o
a curiosity
!Abce3s d creditab'!' little fresh grown thin year.Ileiberger: on condition that petitioners construct the Present all hut Chairman *
TieJhti. very paper and I &Richard.We new road which will l he public when reported -I his mode of ,..htaining'l1t'r therefrom is log called tc order by pro tern. CbairmauL ',S
will no doubt] pro\e a financial suc superintendent Sth district Witkovski. of last
akd. by to worth II trip there In .'e. The well curb- Minut. meeting O .
cess. have about.. 100 different stylesof be in good condition. Bill of I C \\ elJiJ. approved. uf ., S Andrews for '
is of: 37 feet The I
Tiiril: in artis'icnmi ing stnje pipe dep.
udjuslod an
is overnhh, which we are offeringvery $5. for publishing notice approvi-d and Justice rf peace. 7th diltrct approved {
ireablo! Property hands
wen manner.i changing very 'low. Truby, Sternburg & Co referred to COUUIcommis&ioners.. Following bucket which elevates the water just fits with 31).* McKinney Knight aasurelic J
rapidly l at Ham; ptOIl. This little bills were'then ipproved; t'e pipe. It ban a valve in the bottom DOLLAR *. Bond of Joseph II Allen for _

i WM. M.OENT15T town will shortly become a place of We have accepted the agency for M L McKinney, nm.1 wotlt $3.50, which loOS when the lint-net strikes the justice of pence for Hampton district laid

great importance. The G. S. & }'. Williams & Clark's high grade fer 1 II Doughs" ;L, over. E \ Todd was appointed a delegate ;
in. and
SPRUCE ST-, STARKE. wilier letting it closes when
Thos. Gnu wiu" agaridrawn attend of the
7.00 to meeting Sub-Tropical
: railroad has purchased tilizers. These good are not an tells the tale. No j
experiment -
All' the tuo t approved' styles of PLATE property L D Wall 8.50 ill). thus holding supply of cool] bouse that buys goodson committee in Jacksonville. Oct. 1 15. 18t9.
iVoukv including PtRE PAR! GUM.*' there and will boom the place! as but are used extensively at Sum Cullins" .50 and clear water as pure as can l be. a credit tan compete with' WI'. Mrs. Hazen anti Mary A French were

irokei and rrui'Leil I'LATHS mended much as possible. Mandarin, the pioneer strawberry F H the list for .
> Douglaw. milag and per diem 7.20 Mr J. M. Grnier can lie found at the I I placed nn pauper one month
tionu; and smooth as whoti/irst made The small boy and else section of the state. StrawberrygroweI'd The bids for keeping die pUblic' road in I at $2 50, also Fntos Tison. at $5 for present
everybody -
next place. Mr. G. has
Mill find it repair for one year from date were then a large beating mouth. Tax collector presented his S
is advantageoustouse
Pain or
Teeth Extracted no* chewing cane. The hogs extract them. lei opened and J fl Moore( of 5th district orange grove and other fruit trees growing insolvent] list for 188S. amounting to$158.- .

Danger. what little juice there is left in berger & Richard was found lowest bidderhls 1 bids bring thriftily around the building. lie is a believer Remember 1 am the only middle man 2(. Approved and nl<*d. Tax assessorpresented .

Tcriiii* CASH. the cane after the human molars arethrough Bananas and apples cheap at for 1st district $230 in the budded and has that stand bttwrn, jou and tbe nianufsc- aslCtl"menfor 189; approved.
I 2d orange plentyof Petition of C M bparkman tt al to order
with it. A chewer Waltl'rVilJt'. 2 S cane turvr. Having bought goods directly -
ORANGE COLLEGE 811 l 270 little trees hardly knee high that have my election] on liquor question was compared
with false t."eth can always be singled Latest style_ hats at 4th 270 two dozen 01 more large, luscious orange I from the men;whu make them. with registration books, and one.fourth

i Iglocatedat out from the number of pigs in '1'rult).. Sternburg & Co. 5th 288' of gully registered voters having signed
I .'T Alt E. FLORID.I \. growing upon them. The Satsuma sterns
I andl.gIos his Hacks. TO OUR PATRONS For the entire county 1,888 be his -..-- it, an election was ordered K, be held on
: to favorite aud a most handsomefruit
: a nine months' session on Sept. 21. 1889. Every farmer in the tends The board then decided to meet on the Nov. 15tb. and said election ordered advertised S
We will
J.I, with county py as much for produceand 16th this ri.onth to approve of Mr. Moore's it is. The tree is entirely] thornleM by clerk in the Bradford County

A SCIE rlFIC. MUSIC VL. MATHEMATICAL, at least twice as much land as he sell goods cheaper than any bond. On motion I D L Alvarez W A andean endure more cold than any other I own the store I occupy. no bi: house TELEGRAPH giving30 day* notice of lAId

j I AND r PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION.Trmowppii COURSE. OF can do profitably. Half the area house in the county. Bessant and Peter new(en was appointed orange tree while ihe fruit is as easily rent to pay to be ad'JeJ to the cost of election. .. :

Mo1to'Tu-I'rimary $1 53. Intermediai now under cultivation, if well fertil- Truby, Sternhurg & Co. a committee to mark out toad recently peeled as the I good and paid /y! IAJ customers : The usual amount of pauper monthly 1J.
*.$24)( ). HUher. $3 O). Instrumental Music, ized, drained and cared for, would by county commissioners ordered opened kid-glove orange. Sj!rnI I allowance was paid, amounting $ 13.O "t

fiiOO i UfS of Instrument $1.00. yield more thin all the lard For house furnishing. goods go to.iertthurg I IT.U tnrough N D 1 JJle.r.'j Jaod. Board the''-rrTTteS:: are growing nicely and the two Sheriff st-rv. escap. prisoners 5.80ciieuit
race TERM .
i now t
Of fn'o Sfrmths to County Pupils. Begins Oct. and ]# & Co. 1] adjourned. acres here exhibitfdl us were as fine as court 10.00 .,
planted the .
.?>'iwgitt horse i U
J't.' liK0.5 ,. For L. D. WALL. summoning witnesses 6.75
flood Brttrd at$5 A QC vxJc.'IHV would fine clothing go to any seen thus far in the teason. Mr. G. .
be considerable. 8.40
per power The i W. M. REDHNO. Chairman. 1 am head saltunan & general tniins moving primmer 5
clpa1'Ilr take as pay for school ex- Truby,JJternburg & Co. has a 20-acre field, lid apart by itself in S. 22.40 .
; land thrown Clerk.
Pfnae F-ty m Produce aud Stock and will give out could be net in Bermuda I manager which i* another saving to m !
_ !
0 vy1owrAtei for all Cash in advance. which would furnish CLOTHIN(;! CLOTHING: S which he is Introducing bermuda grass 4- hoarding prisoners 14.00V
'/':-. P. Youso. Principal and teacher grass, Circuit Court. customers of at kast $600.00 per rear. H Underbill sum. witnesses .1,1
In the IllgtierDepartmetit. ELLEN excellent for Gl'ntJem'nW have now the for pasture. This is an excellent plan,
DAVIS all kinds
pasturage of The full term of the circuit Special attention ia called to the-fact that B McKinnev. court serviceD 3.75
court for
r ins the Intermediate Mrs. Ptock of
Dep&rtuit-nt. largest without doubt and will
live stock. clothing ever takento he the source of ,
Bailiff '.00
Dt 1. TDX'HKAN.teacher in the Primary Department Bradford cnun:T convened at the courthouse my eD ;re itoct of goods are new', un old L Alvarez .'
and in M uRic All teachers are Graduates Mr. C. J. Sundell of Starke. Call and examine our in this city on Tuesday morning. supply] of rich Jersey milk and butter. T E Dekle. '. 5.00 5:
Chicago, Arrived stock uf kind.. .
any !
ATTENTION'II in Starke stock before you buy. Orl. 1, Judge J. M. Baker presiding. The Fisb are very plentiful in the t-djoining J Smith. Tiiardingjail.. 1.00 -

Saturday. Mr. Sun- Truhy, Sternburg & Co. grand jury were called and the charge ]lakes as the local fisherman will not i G W Epperson. 1.00 '
deli is the owner of tne famous them retired and I I S M Carver. 1.00
given they ----
I Strawberry Growers. grove on King t ey lake bearing his Cabbage, apples, potatoes, onion; J. C. Richard their foreman. A Capt.great fail to tell you. Ouc fish story must|' Drew Ahimz.Ed .. 7.00 I

name. Mr. S. intends to establish etc., dirt cheap \Valter Wills. dealf bUtlUCSSVAil gone through with. be related, but its veracity we cannot 1' Wills' 3.00 .'

The CelebratedNILCOX&QIS costly and complete irrigation worksin For good dry good, for stylish Brown and Epperson vs Benjamin Kite. vouch for. It is said that in baiting the My stock of Millinery consul of the Withy Alvarrz. .". 1.00
Assumpsit and damage $400. Epperson very l latest in !hats and trimmings.I Hans Austin. 8.00
hook it is to the
his goods, for the full value of necessary go upon shore I
I grove next year, which will jour relieved and Brown made party plaintiff. Sheriff serv. special venire 4.O .

Truck[ Farmers Guano make the place an earthly paradite. money, go to Witlovski. Case continued. and hide behind convenient bush to keep 1 Summoning Juries 1U3.60 .

Special This gentleman! is very progressiveand 200 POUNDSfine John B. Lennant and W. C. Walker vs the fish from stealing the bait before it -, Tax assessor, 411.32 :

I. the only genuine and r Jable enterprising and via glad to candy from 20 cents to $1 lames L. Brownlee. Action for debt. can be properly adjiuted. Morgan* B....r. stationery 18.54 I'
NpRAWBEnRY KJUTJLIZER are per Verdict for plaintiff Damage *826. makta specialty of nice & fine dress I County tren.urer 91.17 .J
around here be
I bear that he,111 soon become a pound received by Walter Wills. Property can purchasedvery IS 20.00
. permanent T. TELKOR\rn. publishing :
(1 I the market. Elizabeth Lawtey vs T. Burrin. goods, silk ribbons silk plush and velvet S
resident among us. Important to farniers.-We ?re Pleas withdrawn. cheaply now and new settlers are Trust' Red Men'* Hall rent 5425 .
)n1erstUoo. direct from the Factory, welcomed. the denizens of this at a lower figure ttuuiyou hare formerly & Mr. Charles L. Jones of Plant now ready to gin cotton. Fen wick N. Killum vs J. U, Gregory. by section. Truhy. lcrnbtlrJ}
S u Browors supplied by and 'Truby your Attachment notice to diskolvc.] With- One piece of ]land containing 400 acres, paid for the ume City Miss Irene Sternburg & Co.
."TnUDY. STEHNBURG & CO., Knight, were drawn.J. .Mrs. Ihun. 1:50
,rim.I C, FLA., at mauulHfturersn. married at Charlotte Harbor, Sept. Farmers are invited to see the M. .Tohns vs D. L. Alvarez, administrator with good frame house and outbuildings Fat s Tison. 5.00 --

lees, frf-iRht added, 20th. Mr Jones has many friendsin Fewkes and Gaskins American gin in the estate of it!. F. Brown deceased. 10 acres of orange grove, 100 acres W T Weeks clerk and audi'or 33.78 J.

The WtLCOX & OJBBS GUAno Co.' this city, being the of in Assumpsit Damages $500. under cultivation, can be bought for $3- !.1. D Wall road work 3.50 k.TELICURAJ'1J. .
{ 148 Bay Street Savannah, Ga. nephew our operation at our gin house. 5.00
, -S distinguished dry merchant I Frank 8 Fowler1 vs Joseph Pad Ile tt. 500 and wild] land is very cheap. In a I have Ihe vcryjattst styles in Prints I publishing
goods Truby, Sternburg fc Co. from J G Alvnrez. expenw or. road 3.50 oIoi
UVERS & JOINER Mr. N. J. Jones, for whom he was Witkovski- now opening tho Appeal reversed. Referred'for court.new trial.Judgment I short twelve] months this will !he the gar. aud Worsted dreti goods at rock bottom I Sam {Collins, road .work .50 t' '

; -DEALERSIN > clerk two years. The TJCLEGRAPH, most elegant stock of dress goods, Charles N. Cooper VI 8. J. Temple.] den spot of .Bradford county.' The. new prices. t M L McKinney, 3.00' .c \

whose old frilItll\Jr. Jones is, con trimmings notion Appeal from justice's court. Judgment railroad will surely select this as a depot F II Uougla .75 :'
jerseys, walking Gondwiu" 7.00 .
Ll hCieSJBats gratubtes him on his afflirmed location and its settlement and future development .- -
new departure :
; jackets millinery ever shown J. M. Johns vs D. L. Alvarez. administrator F II Douglass road superintendent 7.20
l, :\7 as do his many other friends in this of the estate of ). F. Brown de- is a certainty. L ilkoTf-ki., county COOl .lbs i 4.00'f. '

ClatT"n city.Dr. here.A ceased. Appeal from probate court. Th Invalid Hope. I have one thousand and five hundred I \ T. WKXXS.Clerk i'.;
g car load of flour in
new just at and Auditor.Happcnloca. .
-andGents' A. L. Scott, just arrived from J. G. Alvarez. Dismissed. Many seemingly Incurable cuts of blood poison dollars worth of Jjboe* iu stock erery .
Colorado CRIMINAL COURT. .catarrh scrofula and rbtumatitm bare OMB pair warranted. | I .
brought to our office a : Highland .
Furnishing Goods. basket I New buckwheat, Graham and rye State of Florida VI Walter Yontlle and cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), made I

of different kinds of fruit flour at Truhy, Stcrnhurg & Co. America Browning. Adultery. Dismissed by the Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Write to The weather is cool and pleasant.
D&Y& grown in Colorado, New\' Mexico and with cost. them e work
for book Oiled with convincing proof. -1-, Strawberry continue to move
California. The Remember you can buy the best State of Florida vs Simeon Johnson.
GOODS&NOTIONS.r apples from NewMexico O. W.B.Raider,living seven miles from Ath- along.
butter and cheese at J. G. Alvarez.FurnitureFurnitureFurniture Assault] with intent
to murder. Absentee
.. 1 aving r were the most beautiful docket. ens Ga., writes: 'Tor aereral years suffered My stock of Groceries is always complete Mr II. C. Cook is having no artesian

tb:||$bovc poods we are prepared to sup. specimen of that fruit \ve have ever There were 13 case of carr/iue concealed with rucning ulcers which doctors treated and and cooiiitOL the very tost and well bored. If it proves a success it will S
I" py]' J. G. Alvarez. pronounced incurable. A single bottle of B. B. be a help to tbe village Highland.
your wants. Givu call und InP the little Mission at quite .
us a seen; grapes from weaoons. none of which were tried. purest goods that can be had from any
B.did than ad the doctors. 1
me more good '
jt'lour goods before buying escw here. the same territory had a" exceedingly Another car load of Ideal flour Eight caws carrying concealed! weapons kept on using it and every ulcer healed." at pnlc !. .Mr Wilson from Dado Citr. will S
i RIVERS &: JOINER sweet and received atTruby plead guilty and wellS fined $10 and co.t. any preach at the chapel next Sunday the S
'1 pleasant flavor and we just State of Florida D. C. KInard & Son. Towaliga,Ga., wrtws: I 13th. as 11. antI the following evening at ,. .

'I au 1 __ STARKE. FJ.A. have neier tasted .ny better. The Sternbnrg & Co. Breaking and entering VIS Truby.Henry Sternburg Wright. "We induced a neighbor to try B. B. B.for catarrh --- 730.. .

S quinces and peaches from that territory The most aTtractive stock of dry & Co.'s store. Guilt}. Scnu-uced for 3 which he thought incurable as It had related ,Miss ,Hattie .Cook is S rzicte all treatment. It delighted blro.and
: EWSPAPERS FREE were about the same size andflaor goods at J. G. Alvarez. years. tinui-f its use he Was cured sound and welt.con-. Corn. oats, hay flour grits & meal S fmra.her extended visit u6rtli.

id as ours. Lombardy plums State (If Florida VI' y. D. Hitgaman. ft. East Point Ga.. &c. baud the rar The Higblaml' SundaY scho' l n fpidlvimproving ]
S roar own name and address and t U. Lawioo. writes: -My meats. always on by
0 a of 6 to,'"?'your friends and neighbors. from Colorado were large and handsome The best assortment of trunks and Obstructing public roads. Two cases. wife had scrofula 15 years 2 She kept crowing load. :. end no wonder. ate Mrs. H. G. S
P""t&1(_. "wone.
.. and of wheat from She lost hr hair and her skin broke out
J1 a sample of Florida E'ias'
-- WEEKLY SEWn will be Rnt to State rs Kelly and hr excclknt and others
Sac state biggest, Just opened to.day-A complete Kelly plead not gui'ty.! "Mother Hub-
-+ I of
followed. lfIn
Whit hlb
After physicians and numerous -
tlnTHE WEEKLY NEWS plumpest, whitest grains we have and attractive stock of millinery, to Case continued. Mark Addison pleadnot me<1inlnes fat ed. I tried B. B. B.. and hard!" SUMClwUta.C'aad -,.
ever seen Minnesota far guilty. Bond 5000. .her recovery was rapid and complete."
, } r and Family New.Daper leaving which we invite the attention of all Stite of Florida vs John C. Xorinnn.Slindering olirerSecor. Baltimore. Md. write: "I Illfr I -Wboleaal
: COUulr Header It is the largest behind. Pears and from California nod from wrak hack and rheuniatUm. B. D. br tbe
11 rapes the ladies. J. G. Alvarez. female. Case nolle
It II puhli-bAd in the South- 18 large pac prosse. B. has proven to be the only medicine that rare N J. JONESStapke'Florlda. It i is pleasure) step into Walter Willa.j .
pIe a
S ifTftft' have.dld') Kitten up and carefully edited were very fine, especially the The grand jury did not present A written me reuef." I I the plaiform and In the
: and 1 c.evtr seen a copy of it send for one grApeti. These white STRAYED OR STOLEN.An but reported that they I j little store on
were large presentment
Ou *.Ut Persona I Hr.cuod\, always-fresh
. pronounce it the biggest newspaper i Many beautiful dbpky
I 1"fr and of Texas I'ony Horse. One had performed their duty faithfully as un- !
rea& Address pleasant taste. The pulp was iron-gray An broken down from overwork or booaahold ; ana Temrling. Wal'i'r !Imin person di-
.5 ) seedless of the brands is n star (*) on !left shoulder. i derstood by them and were discharged I and caaal.
TILE VEKKfcY and of the came firmness an I I caret Brown's Iron Bitten rctttimirtbc nianiif-irinrtr
Any rrrurllin.bim.: will he imply I The petit jury was discharged Saturday | I
person 1
;: :. .' the Japan persimmon. rebnUd the.aids digestion, noTMas I WilY.'e > \lla b"
rewnnlfd. M. and !
J. Jom 5 morning court
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la the day coach tile people were of the Fiatte river, autl a net-work oj ,own and grass and weedb .i choki Brciosos nla that h* deemed It ftitraafo

I .4 rap1 kind and generous, sharing their II iron rails bright and shining: as the dOUTHN AGRICL and rob* the wheat Fifth spread thin* h. on LOT a countrywaatherooek ,"and I SAVE
baskets with her and seeing she train ran shrieking into the labyrinthcf after the plow; and a we fit the s. lie ake4 t If mat to ImP17t -. .
:- <} Published Every'Fridi iy. changed can right and her oarpet-bag its destIn&t. n. The Farmer'- bed the manure will b fined and 3or- t XHrfna Love c be a fiekla .'

; : ., :: was safe. She was like any of the "This is Denver,* paid the lad t. The special tendency 'of. the times porated with the upper soiL This is the ." p.14 the he, 'hfl i what I PAYING

: AR R. vTAJ mAa.kr dear old grandmas in Eastern homes.or her "and Fit look after you as well a* seems to b the formation of trusts. &it should b for whet la among to Ixrr-. .way the cold wind blow G
; nor 1d te
to grizzled men and weary women I can." Each combination the shallow and needs the tqt
day some new I feer bmnff. itW God a muh
; LITTLE LADY. like the memory of a dead mother as "I wun't be no burden." she said made and another trust declared. manure most fall and early .wd breezes rmta DOCTORS'
i .Who t. wm!eD .
: little Ld y Jn the golden-frame faint and far away as the scent of wild brightly. 'Tve twenty dollar yet, Meanwhile the farmers go on producing spring while the plants a ad .. .

Break. aDd tell me truly whit' Toorjnucef roses in a hillside country burying- an' that's a sight of money." and nothing i said about or- yet small. Sith soils gain fertility .IXamina'- Glttln e. Bter."

J. Once-itseemi a weary wtlle ago- ground. She tended babies for tired The train halted to let the Eastward ganizing a trust And why from atmosphere and TheTa U gladness In thC household; BILLS
) k Each another jrtrt I used to know women and talked to the men of farming bound there was an air the best trust from disintegration and Te shadow tau sway.
_1 Drown balr twitted into placid curl express pass. Te farmers have pos more darkened ,oublDeOf .
I and crops or told the children I of eIcltement in the confident within themselves and many a manner dar. -BT CSI5G- S
1 )' Ere&demure sad forehead like a pearl. car. passenger* the trust i God, they are decomposition ; "O. (tttlnc better."
I S.- Month sedate and solemn-tmlle who cut Bible stories; but never a word she getting ready to depart gathering up that harvest will follow seed both these gains are increased by plowing ma. children err. '
I And the fight of bright(ga a Dr. Morse's Indian Root
Xeath the of the ArtUt Man I .blDe Pols
I -ir'-- tfaBces 1 said of herself, not one. .. luggage: and wraps, and some watching time, that the combined forces of nature which facilitates the action of air 1 the lurloc hop *eye. ,./

L 'jt3 this silken gown! what On again, guided by kindly hands the new-comers and the rows of strange will give them a living as long a sun and moisture; hence early plowing In thousands of homes women are "sick .

Ii r L.Swells re about the foolish the throat little right through,: the great bewildering city by faces on the outward bound. they do their share. In spite of insects enlarges these gains of fertility. Unto common death"to their with sex the and terrible it would diseases see a so They are the Remedy that

6 And below, the broidered mmbIiDf-rid' the lake, and now through yet a.. The door of the car slammed suddenly storms, cold or heat deluge ordrought Some make the very serious mistake if: all the happiness had gone out of life thej bounteous hand of nature 1
t -- Jn your hand yon carry-. stranger land. Tired and worn by I and a big-bearded man with their trust is that their barns of not following close after the plow the household in consequence. For when ,
the wife and mother suffers all the family for all '
Rose of June rioleu of has
in provided
I. or nights the uncomfortable seats. her blue down the aise there will with the roller and the harrow, and
-, I To one growth all flower-rardena eager eyes came will b filled and a suffer with her. This ought not to be and dl ,
I ':: -i- ; ;' Ncath tbe fingers of the Artlat brave spirit began to fail a little. As looking sharply from right to left He b enough to spare to furnish the a result the clods become all the harder It need not be, for a never-railing remeyfor arising from IMPURE "',:.r'o.
r&1 the wide, level plains, lonely and had left Denver the to meet wind. If theclod3 woman's ailments i at band .
and hot
) on express money to buy clothes for the family in the sun .
I Yes, yon hare your girlish donbtt"Won't )( home has been made the :
1. 1 yon teU me what yon dream- POUt? drear, dawned on her sight she sighed this train. His glance fell oa: .tho tiny and provide all household necessities, a crushed and pressed down sOmewhat shadow of disease has been banished from MORSE'OESTIO.V DII I C' ara"l"n"r .-.- .;
I i-0 ;; You're a bit too Quiet for my taste often. black figure. and exercising this perfect trust the they will gain moisture from it by the potent power of Dr. Pierce's Fa.Tonte OILL'J. ':-.y. ,

t 0 S All Never the jrieeful.llttli girls nerer who making lore me haste best; | to"It's a dre'ful big wurld," she said "Why. Aunt Hannah!" he cried with farmer labor on and a happy in below and will soften. Roller and for all weess Prescription and diseases unfailing peculiar remedy t rA.LA.. ..Etc.. LITER. .&e CL T. ) ., '":""-,:

:. Dance and chatter wKh a sweet unrest a gray-bearded old farmer near her; a break in his voice. and she-she putout their work. harrow are at this time put over the "'en ,'"
_% -. Yet even they, perhaps, would scarcely plaZa "so big I feel e'enmost lost in it but" her trembling hands and fell into each insect enemy they recognize ground but once, for if we use them S Sale by All Dealers. '. '.
: Escapades before the ArtUt Man. hopefully, "across them deserts like I $500 REWARD offered for an incurable case F01
the big arms, tears streaming down a new incitement to more determine more we can not get the plowing donein of Catarrh by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's } ;
this lonrr .
Little Lady since rye had my say t ,ago Providence sent a star to the wrinkled face. warfare, and a better understanding good season; and also the process Remedy. 5 cts., by dg ts w. H. COMSTOCK ;
Tell me what think of guide tSn wise ,
yon me to-day of the East an'I
men .
r- "I knowed Providence would let me the nature of the and the habitsof of the ground be carried
plant compacting may '
: '- Do my wrinkles please yont Is It sir hain't lost faith. A spoken of by Boctins, named Incomparable DRO'KVILLE.ONT.' UORRISTOWN. / : :
:,i That the snow should cling so to my hair? my find ye, Sam." she said, brokenly, and the insect that wishes to help the too far, till it i seeding time.- !AB, weighed thirty carats, equal t -" ;
",-- '" Do yon know me for the girl who sat| But as the day wore on and still the no one smiled when the big man sat farmer gather his crops, and at these Country. Gentleman.Raising. five pennyweights, and was about the ;> =
1 *Jn ypsr gown Jour curls your karen hat i long monotonbus land showed no human of a muscadine pear. '
down beside her and with hand time to consult him .
** ........ -r-jvben first the world began gentle i unwilling .
i -KV; AIY-d before the Artist Mint habitation no oasis of green her wiped her tears away. a to how and when it shall be done. Pork. _' ConfinenMir and Hard Work J 'PIIIotts

V. -Ita..5' .pl IT && la Youth's OompanU>n. eyes dimmed something like a sob "Why. Fve sent John twenty dollars The farmer trusts that his duty well Indoors,particularly in the sitting ptur I Si

-. -I I rose under the black kerchief on the a month for five years for you." done will insure the deserved success, Do not keep the swine penned up In are cessive far more muscular prejidicial exertion to health in the air.

: bowed shoulders. and the spectacleswere he said and his trust does not fail him. summer. Do not incite in causing Hard far too open .
THE RUNAWAY. angerly, as she told him whj sedentary 1orker are wear
41- taken of! with hand them take extra hot after hour to take much CTOECOHSTIPATIOir.To
trembling exercise in office .
she ran away, 'and he said you could There is a second trust that the t .
.,. aod put away carefully in the worn tin not write, for you had a stroke and farmer practices not to be so heartily I weather i they are fat. It will do erie. in Where the open can air.they They seek often invigoration need a cajoy health one-should have ,: :
r An Agod Pilgrim from "Old. New .case. them good to give them a chance to utah evacuations twen f H ": .
and j
t ; was helpless. and I have written to commended-that is the trust at the more certainly agreeably than from ,1".1
hoIa. The evil mental
England." "Be ye goin' fur, mother?" said the you often and sent you money. It' village store and at the root. The hog is naturally a rooter. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, a renovant physical,resulting fromHABITUAL and -
dgiculuralimplement the
adapted to recruit .
Ir farmer. hard for a man to call his own broth: and seed houes Give them grass, apples fruits of any hauste particularly for of nature. Use also for dys CONSTIPATION '

; "Would they put her in the.asylum" He had brought her a cup of coffeeat a villain." no class practices the trust so persistently i kind for which you have no use. HOg kidney, liver and rheumatic ail- are .ertoa*. For the evro :
the last ments.
: she wondered, "if they caught her?" station, and had pointed out "We wunt. Sam." she said gently, as tL farmers. The number who I fatten rapidly on sweet corn. Fee of I auyane trouble.Tatt't)Liver

Folks would surely thInk' she was on the way things he thought might but just fureit; an' I wun't be a burden owe their ruin to this: trust i greater them green stalks even if you have Tax fashionable London wedding ring has PillH haTO Elegantly rained a sugar popularity coated.na.
interest! her. fur I an' for than the number ruined othercause. other uses for the corn. Sugarcaneand recently been of dul gold but Princess ade. 'i
to by
r. crazy. 4 "To Denver." ye can wurkyit ,years any Louise went back t the old fashion and / SOEVYWHYRR
She stopped at the stone wall to rest. to come.", sorghum are similar in value t chose hers br btEnIr
; and looked back timorously at the oldfamil'ar "Wai. wal; you're from New En- "Work indeed! don't I owe" you The are exceptional farmers who sweet corn. Swine will cat many reader of this DANIELPflTTflM GINS !
will have
gland, I'll be bound? paper
'' weeds to their and of PRATTUUIIUI
n r scene. every thing? he cried. "And my have a regular income throughout the own advantage what has been said weekly
"From Maine." she answered and course to: the advantage of the land. Shalleuberger's Antidote for abut. .A.I3.X3 TttJ B:EmaP.liunat31)toO .
1 1 Far behind her stretched thc meadow, ; wife has longed for you to come. There year, and these are less puzzled a to reTMuttorw Donolehofct
n symphony olive and green in the then she grew communicative for she arc so few dear old aunts in this country how to regulate their expenses. In an article in the Agriculturist Mr. strictly statement true has and ever more been than made substantiated which is not -or break the roIU >'eeder per*.Crden.r mlute. nodcoKipeieonitltef

I late falL Hero and there by! a sunken was always a chatty old lady, and she they're prized, I tell you. Why The majority of farmers begin now F. D. Curtis expresses the Stockman's experience. No testimonial has ever been by en..-. EELS P8E Ginning JI f .ubln.. ? .top tH.
bowlder stood had possessed her soul in silence so it's as good coat-of-arms to ideas very nearly in the matter of published which is not genuine, and the en .->! horuunial condensers aro jDyalaal. &
: soldierly golden-rod or as a royal get a little money for garden truck bo turn planters. If you nr*thinking
.. long, and it t original of which ia not in our possession. Cm wntufo4irti5r.sfl4 we will! Wit all
relief to tell the He a yon
,- berry bushes clothed 'now in scarlet was a have a dear handsome old woman like but must wait for the bulk of their in- feeding. says that the cheapest If you are the victim of don't trifle ab.utiu PKATTOINCO..J.M.8jnnr.Pp

and gold. At intervals in the long story of her weary years of waiting to you for a relation." come until the harvest is gathered in food makes the best pork. with Quinine, but Ret Maar and en- _* t,. 10 Popl.v street.__'MEMPHIS..<>.

fclope stood solitary trees, where fluttering a kindly listener. -'. Then be found out who sent the telegram the falL Then the income, comes in The reason is. it is the leanest joy end health.one dollar If your to drugpist A.T. don't keep it, :. .

4 :, brittle leaves fell in the gentle She told him all the relations she and paid the lad. who blushed sums. and for a time the delu- Lean pork then being the Rochester,Penna.,D. get lt Shallenberper by maiL jr0RTEus oCHINAT CLASS
chill air. In summer time she remembered had were two grand-nephews and their and stammered like a girl and did not of wealth exists. best, we should try to make it Confinement AND QUE; A
families. That twenty years ago Sam want to take it. in pens tends to increase the Tan Duke of Fife was revealed lately a
',. well the hay-makers (rested in The bills that have accumulated a partner in the banking of .
: 7 the shade and the jug with ginger (for she had brought them both up "I suppose you want a job," said the through the year are gathered together fat Exercise develops the muscles Farqahar & Co., a wel a f i Scott & Co. .

water she made for the men) was kept when their parents died of consump- big: man. "Well. I can give you one; and when they are settled the The muscular part is the best food. ALWAYS avoid harsh
.3 purgative They" I
c there to be cooL tion, that takes so many of our folk) I'm in tho food commission business. farmer finds the margin small indeed The fat is largely waste. We make first make you sick and then leave you con -l1EIPS.-:

She seemed as she sat there, to remember went out West He was always adventurous Give you something light Lots o! and perhaps against him, instead of in fat to throw It away. People buy stpte Carter's Little Liver Pills regulate 1'1 Tour oe 'I.\ON FRt. .\

every thing. The house was and for ten years she did your sort, poor lad. out here. All the his favor. Then ho is hams, not for the fat but for the lean. \e bwel and makeyou. well. Dosc.one pUt ASIRT PACKASSTht :wY :ilI

__ nil right she was sure of that; the key not hear from him; but John was different reference I want is that little kindness He finds the trusts discouraged When the fat i wasted it makes the THST have politics in Japan now, under Diamond Cottonseed duller *

f' was under the kitchen doo -ma.t.. the and steady and when he came of yours to Aunt Hannah." has been against t him and oft- lean cost just so much more. Rduc the constitution, and one of tao parties i I
called the
of age she had given him her farm lng the fat J1t I and P.p rator pays for im-lf.and "'w.h.Dn.
ana tne "Here's and increase the lean. .
J fire was out in the stove cat the depot, Aunt Hannah ia inclined to withdraw from this pro: In one-.e.on I wul take th. M d ,
\ locked in the barn. with the provision she should always and won't be done In A FAIB lady becomes still fairer by using I Saw GIn : ono mal can operate r
'bars' Certainly. this
: you see and Injuns: his trust' fn nature's recompense way: Slenn's Sulphur Soap. w.1 kLaeM lurLet prf(o ..t.t... .
I 1- She held her work-hardened hand to have a home, otherwise he would have nor the buffaloes Keep the pigs all their lives in the 'AtIi.omeata' i pymeltormahlna. W1es'4we
you were talking than his trust in the village store. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 5 ,iIi tell ,
: : her side, panting a little, for it was a gone away. too. Well for five years about but the prettiest and sunniest- He complains that nature has worked pasture. Feed skim-milk and bran cent se t.,&ndMsnarrr. _?03 Main Si.emph3a.t.n.

I L !' good bit of a walk across the meadow, hey were happy, then John married city you ever set your dear eyes on." against him; that he done his best: Keep corn away from them Give Smith THERB employed are 1,200 persons tbe United of states the name of .mrU -
r ha
and his i
I ;;. and she was eighty years old on her wife had grown to think her a He picked! up the bIg! carpet-bag, and it avails him nothing, and resolved them vegetables and apples with the service. B Lt SE BILL'CH1DWCX'S'0 MANUALStmUT
II burden as the years went on, and the IUuIssLed p .
bran. When
last The looked faded the bodies
birthday. cows feeding and old-fashioneJ. not bit or frames
that farming does not either withdraws are
: I children pay, NEVER fail to cure sick headache,often s7DICoa application enclosing oat
S I I I i'-'. "- liomc-liko and pleasant. when they grew big did not ashamed of it, though it looked like entirely from the work, or con- grown. give them oatmeal or rye, the very first dose. This is what i is by met I2c.)stamp by adureiaing.THFODOBE ,

f-' ':: r.Goodbye... critters," shesald, aloud; care for her, she felt she had lived too Noah might have carried it to the ark. tinues wilt a ack of real that make ground entire, mixed with bran, put all who try Carter's Little. Liver sat. : BOLL D.JA ,_L'O.Box1fOflil&ra.__
1 .mpuu
.. J .mcny's the time rye drayf home long. They said and tho last ting in twice much bran '
ye the work of i ature doubly difficult. a as rye.Keep IN any or tao modern wars man
\ tin' milked an' I allus let "I growed so lonesome," she said of her the lolled has cost about Cl I KIS S75per month and .
ye ye eat by seen was her happy old face The trust at the store is dangerous.It up vegetable and apple diet $0.0. eapna. .
J' ,1 ....;;,? way. nor never hurried'! yo as the pathetically, "it seems I couldn't take beaming from a carriage! window as induces a man to buy more than he and allow them during this time THE best cough medicine Is Piso's Cure W H pd,.U,11. ,0 U". .1.bow.. 5sIu FaH.. S

r .!1. ..t .' '\J," ,.done." up heart to liday by day, an' yit I she rolled away to what all knew needs and incur debts hard to settle. to eat all the grass they MilL for Consumption. Sold everywhere. 2ou. 01 wnaiwvai
1 \ r : '\\Tith* a farewell glance she went on knowed our folks was long lived. Ten would be a pleasant I omo for all her A wise man will determine his probable A little corn may be fe A DJTXOIT man bought- a fifty-cent raffle SLD V*.. Lock Box 830,.tto t*m,Msan.DETECTIVES. .

,t- *?' ;j. smoothing as she walked the fears back, when Sam wrote he was adoin' waning years.-Pa.ticncc Stapleton in yearly income and so distribute it toward the end. Pork midein ticket and drew a church
: (:; ,rt.. *.-OO locks of pray hair fallingundeYthe fair an' sent mo money, I begun Collier's Once a \\'eek.SPORTSMEN'S a to have money to meet eachmonth's this wayvi have more lean, raid Smoke the best -' Cigar. I
.1 t jo think of .. 'ansi'sPch'
4. pumpkin hood. aid keeping him; fur he was allus generous .. bo At
demands and ba to tnder juicy. Kirby W.at.4 _. .. Sbi..d act i..tr.etl.s.le .
a Homo sv'y
I her scant black gown out of;, the reach an' kind an' the gratefulest boy, PARADISE. Aeatdegreeindepcudent stead, by using turnips, they have IT is stated that an ancient pearl w .ir Stem: ferric*.tzwi...,a.s.....a<... a4 la. ai

- 4. r .: of briars. Across another field, then an' so I began to save to go to him. fur I How Duck-Shooter, ;-;aptnre Their Gamn< A farmer's trust is all right if he, duced hams seventy-five percent lean Jro valued by Puny.at EO. UaasOectiyeBuruuCo.44Areade.C4nciSa1tUDON'T &
on through a leafy lane where tho I knowed I could work my board fur a on the Lake inc is than I FOOL THAT
will put it ia: tho right place; trust rat something more mere
,' t. I wood( was hauled in winter, then out good meny years to come. Fur three With a genuine feudal independence, his own ability, trust the goodness of lard-animal oiL It is meat, with the Out of Sorts fln.bertheC.rNrTE cnrrnit GIRL

through a gap in a stump fence, withits year he ain't hardly wrote, but I laid the Lake Champlain duck-shooter substance and grain of To ii-K.O TLLVrUIAL.AGENTS .
I may God the mea ,
justice of nature, the goodwill get Ii a feeling peculiar to persons of drape ptlc tendency -
r k great branching arms like a petrified hat to the wild kcntry he lived in. I claim that his blind is hIs castle. Its of his neighb and withdraw his such pork i worth trying for, and it is .or it mar b cl1se by change of climates W .OHNSTOWN

__.7q r octopus to the dusty h h-road. said b'ars: an' Injuns don't skeer me i undoubtedly the most elaborate it-- trust from the supply store.-Mass. in demand. The sausage and the othei aion or life. The stomach U oat of order,tbe BiroftLs.. prf AN.. SO a day. Writ*
.r. ) Not a soul in sight in the coming none, fur when I was a gal up in fair of the kind in use among the wiM- Ploughman. food products made from such pig- head,aches or dos not feel right,appetite 1 capricious 'nr .rl... Ba.ed 23 cents for 1. and SAY.
tbe nerre seem .the mind la eon. TIME. MATIQXAL fUEUSHLNQ CO.ST.
Aroostuk oyerork .
I twilight John the children and the kentry there was pienty of fowlers of the ,
country. Totally unlike .. meat are superior in quality and fused and Irrtble Tl. condition Suds an excellent y.eUNToR&
: scolding wife who made her so unhappy both, an' as fur buffalers, them horned l the bush blind of the Eastern rivers Seed-Bed for Wheat There is a tenderness and flavor which tte l correctlre in floods Eanaparilla. wbicb.by PATENTS BOK FREt. 4

f would not be home for an hour yet cattle don't skeer me none fur Fve the reed blind of the West or the enhances the value. Pigs should not 1U regulating and toning pwer.soon restores har- 1 .. .FhzC -,1.

r: for East Mills was a long drive. been used to a farm allus. But the box blind of.the South. it stands quite Firmness and compactness are the be fed so much or gorged to such an mind monr ocrres.to the and sjstem.body which urea makes that one strength feel per of -.1aMK THIS rra rat?M.,wMa.HEST .

lit Down the steep hill went the brave onesumness!! of these medders has alone as a representative type of field prime mechanical conditions of a extent that they will not go out into fectly w.:i. S ALES Weeks'scale;low. Send.for price Hut

- : little figure followed by an odd shadow sorter upsot me an' made me think architecture. It is. in fact a miniature seed.bed for wheat The ground must the pasture. An active pig will make N.B. Be sure t"tHood's .-:"XC TW run R-- o".Y.

I : of itself in the wanning light, and by every day Sam was further of! than I house equipped with all the paraphernalia be crushed into small particles and better meat than a helpless one-made Sarsaparilla -.
.( ever calc'latod while these particles must not be fused EDUCATIONAL.
tiny stones that rolled so swiftly they on. of domestic economy, thorou hlypro"isioned so by.lack of true muscle and vigor.It Sold br all druggists. n; six for Prepared only .,
passed her often and made her look be- "But what will you do if Sam ain'tn and fitted out to stand n into masses, they must be in close contact is advisable to plant apple trees br C.J.IIOOD4CO..Aptheres f, Lowell Mass. "

'r( hind with start to. see if: a pursuer Denver asked the farmer."I siege of six weeks' bombardment by for early ripening, in order to give 100 Doses.One Dollar"J4OTHERS ST. Cecilia's Academy

1 4-; ._, were coming. hey put my faith in Providence." the great army of southward-flying In ground having these conditions, the pigs a start. Fifty trees of this FO YOUNG./\"ngs..

"They'd put me in an asylum, sure." she answered, simply, and the stranger ducks. Let us take a peep at one of moisture, air and heat arc most gen- kind have been set this year at Kirby InjM-ourje/ [n&siral of Scbol stodv c.>cotuprehensiTe.rmfo"practical.apd trait.So

: she murmured wildly as she trudged could not mar that trust by any word these Lake Champlain blinds. emily and equably .diffused; hence Homestead, including twenty Early tion penor advantages'oreanemeotof in ) "ic An. Eye,aCC
t .Eq.: along. I of seed is most to find the till pai con lamina modern
warning. The house part of the blind is very every apt Harvest Apples do not make fat ness e r Impryement
At the foot of the hill she sat down He gave her his addre3S as he got nearly square, about five by six feet, conditions essential to germination, pork but they do make plenty of lean fiIEND"1PAKEs1 .le31thfa CUiera, an"urpa"P irrooDds. Ckalybeal
".t Water need. Te-ms
I ? upon an old log and waited for the off at the Nebraska line, and told hero and five and a half feet high. It has a and every plant the conditions essential -. meat and that of extra quality. r For toll Information and maer&. train. t send him word if she to growth. There is the greatest Pump Cecilia Acemy.abnIe.TeDJ
needed help. sloping roof
to shed rain, a door at the kins: can be utilized in the way.
Across the road With a warm capillarity, an important matter at a pTSY KWTOCKT cu ICE OF MUSIC AND
guarded by a big hand-clasp he parted front end, and a small window at one Gradually the requirements of consumers n mouttnUf..y. t'aruiti* noezrellrd by any
sign, "Look out for the Engine," ran from her to join the phantoms in her side. On the opposite side there is a time when we must depend much for more lean pork will open :511 %In n.' tntioo thoroneh of ten Moxiral kind In Education the Sooth and for for a.'mmetr.!

I -. two parallel iron rails. that were to be memory of "folks thet had bin kind to broad slido which can be opened toprovide upon: the ground-water for the neces- the eyes of farmers to the fact that LESSINS J.ABO in_:her branches,!of the eon.,..whlrh Include.. Piano,
Ori V.I.'Inln and otb.rintrmen' Llocutionan
her road when the big monster should her. God bless 'em"and the train went air and furnish an outlook. sary moisture in tbe soil; food 1 most the consumers are right and we wiH Lift l>r mateArLInegtbotogrephv.DratfltP .

come panting around the curve. rumbling on. Across the back end-the ends being readily yielded to the p1ants-for have less of the greasy indigestible .n.'aY.ttn7 :and Yo.hnl.. llle.DrU." An tectnrn*g.nrrel7.Se..ItorCata.logue. olHe. .

It At last the dull rumble sounded, air But many of the passengers had the long sides of the blind-are two division and also general diffusion of animated lard tubs called "early matured DIMINJSHFDArMOTHER) : WUXIAM L.MACLEAN,itanagtniOULE
; shrill whistle, and she hurried to the listened to her and heat moisture and air ncreaso tho
story were interested bunks, or berths one over the other.A pork. "The most weight in 1FMsCH1LD BUSINESS COLLEGE
F; .: track, waving her shawl to signal. and they came to sit with her. wide shelf under the board slide supply of food available in form and the shortest time" is a heresy which BWFIaD REUIATOR ta ATUNTh Ki>nuwn. "d fur Superior L uirxixis Cuancs and o( fnrlicalSturty. Eifl.ientFa.Ity.

This, in the conductor's vernacular, One pale little lad in the seat in answers the purpose of a table. Heat location; the roots get firm attach has broken down lots of American 101.0 srL DRU9S1 | .Ilarl". btadrnu. now m bu.1fl4LSSendforllreular.
f : was a cross-roads station, where he front turned round to look at her now and cooking facilities are furnished bya ments; absence of large crevices insures stomachs and set thousands of people ELY'S ; IE.*. uRL.\:1 LOII3L1AA.IrlDOLFHMACOfl ,

I was used to watch for people waving and then and to answer her smile. mall (\i stove standing in one corner absence of excessive air; the con against pork. There is no animal on CAT -RtI &1 t rAI' ,
nrticles frantically. The train He was going to the ditions are against an excess of moist- CREAM BALM :?
4 stopped, new country for by the door. In the other corner is the farm which can be turned to better COLLEGE "
I and this passenger was helped aboard. health and wealth poor lad, only to the "armory,"' a rac'.c: in which are ure, which, by its expansion in freezing account than the hog to utilize I t.AsnLAo.mond. VA.folleite t..nstion Course i6mIIes thorough north and of IUCIL com-*

e He noticed sho was a bright-eyed old find eternal rest in the sunny land, but placed the guns of the occupant or occupants would heave up the ground and wastes and cheap foods, and A tool turprlftd pk. .Ezpen's Va moierate.. Artrantae onturpm'ed. -
lady, very neat and precise. his last days brightened by the reward -. of the blind, convenient fcr throw out the wheat; and the seed can factor for enriching the farm. For a a after vttng Eljft 01?LIon. S."lon,op Kicn.ARJ ntept. 19.L.. For' anJTre full. InforaiWres s.-
"How fur?" he asked. of his be most evenly distributed and a Cream Balm tico -
covered -
thoughtful act of kindness. immediate A
use. cupboard under steady diet give the pig tint I rr )IICEORT.N.C-
: -.. "BosUn." "She probably brought those boys the lower berth contains the dishes and the best ridges be formed for grasXalonal month to find/ the REMQHT UULL.JL. P.tgher In OreS",
right Snperior In Scholarship. Better
"Git there in the mornln," he said up," he thought "and denied her life cooking utensils. ammunition etc.. of the protection of the plants. Stckma nortril, which Abler la ,ant H"r* Euipment.
p p wo doted for 20 Li>thnnanyS- forOjrNIn' the South. Send for
Kindly, waitb for the money as she for them. Is she to die unrewarded I the garrison, while a big chest, answering Knowing these prime mechanical HERE AND peon, wasoprnsand ....- cat\L WILL II. 8'> : Pmiacat._
opened a queer lIttle ritlcule where, wonder? There can not be any good also the purpose of a bench conditions of the seed-bed for wheat, THERE free as the other. 1 ThuIcK-.tatw: FEMALE CLI.EGr

: under her knitting, wrapped in a : in the world if that be so."' He thoughtof stands conveniently beneath the shelf, we easily arrive at the advantages of -The fewer weeds there are allowed fc4 very thankful.ft. .- I.Il' PouLot.e.en ps of "n.Mia erlorteMhf"*.. Open Board. dol

r clean cotton handkerchief was her: her and took out his poor purse; packed with provisions and other perishable ear' plowing. First we stop in goo to go to seed the less will be the workof II. Cressengham, # .. lw.r pr month.for Cat'own>ln a purse; with her savings of jlong years- : there was so little money in it. too. supplies of the So season that growth of weeds too giving clean cultivation.As 275-lSUi Street, USA. jcff.NAN. Principal, for further 1furmUon

tbe little sums Sam had ent when be every cent made a big hole in his store:; much for the interior gunncrs frequently springupon stubble ground, fast the crops mature in Brooklyn. HAY-fEVER BUSINESS COLLEGE
first; began to in the but the consciousness of deed of and that if allowed to reach considerable a the abIe A partirle. PnroMc! M Applied Into srh. noitrtl! and I, arp,- A ,
prosper West and I a good part the blind. The door opens I garden clean up the ground. It cenu. ELY at rimi fc ; by mail, rrplst.r..J. \ 55tVVl PDII. TE'Xfc .
r some she had : was worth "I will BROTHERS, Warren SU Ji e w Tort w'w% Wi vn money earned herself something. mayn't have proportions, the
-.. by upon a platform about three and a I I prevent be easily kept clean in this way. : : I.
; knitting and berry-pi king. the chance to do many more," thoughtthe bal Tcet wide, railed all around and L compacting of the wheat ground, -If the geraniums are expected to ERYAIT- -. --I.. urW Buala..ikfl.TI

At a cross-roads as they went Swiftly lad, buttoning his worn overcoat heavily bushed with cedar or pine to although they are well I bloom in winter, they should be $ BEN$ STRATJJI Rand School, St.
l on. she saw the old sorrel horse, i He slipped off without a word at a such a height that tho gunner when under. Secoud, the work of back considerably soon they are cut CANDY I For$2 D "Lul.a u Has(suing ROO poaiuoas.StEdrats Trr. Gnsa. .

. t- the rattling wagon, and John with his station and sent a telegram to Denver. erect can conveniently shoot over the- plowing can be better and more easily done blooming and a then a be jot our |trictly by KzprMa) Par -

r .. family driving homeward. She drew "To Samuel Blair"-for he had I '\ttled boughs. On the front part of r I' done. August is usually dry and hot sunny place for two or three weeks.set in a I CUDIS.KD: KLaOAY .thel Classiral and M.litary. Academy

back with a little cry, fearing he mightsec caught the name from her talk-"Your the platform is a long troughlikepen and the ground, already dry, hardens: All barns should FLOYD A I rcrup.MEMPHIS. -Pa;pare dress!Maj.for A.n'(ln.rnlY.nr Samh. Va.andVe Academy!P.t pntnL.

7 -.; her and stop the triln, but they Aunt Hannah Blair of Maine is on in which are confined live decoys. rapidly. I we defer plowing until the be so constructed sri.tiuratiMraarni___ .
I to allow the cat If A U* nT. Book keepia .Penmanship,AritiUlfiC -
? vent on so fast thnt could not be and L the W. & W. train coming to you." The entire structuie which I have described later part of August or until September a family to go anywhere GINS Atlas S _, !tntIc. : : & *te..tboronthly; tansalBjknull.
: the old horse jogged into the It is overlaid and the ground will be hard that under or in it as a precaution Engines and : .LircuUn free.Bnus BSfIIS.S.T.I .
woods, was only a straw, but a kindly concealed with L ro and I COTTON 1 1 I I I Shafting UUKG&
: against rats mice, which Boier
- and John never thought Ibis old Aunt wind might blow it to the right one evergreen boughs, so that it looks*likea the work will wear fast the plowman, destroymore Plantation Pule ':MOS COl.LkGEoSLAW.Chiez".}'.UTer begins .
:- Hannah, his charge fort] twenty long after all.When. dark green mound standing on the plow and team, and the ground will than may be suppose Steamboat Repairs.CHICKASAW Mil ad L epula. Iorcrcui4raJd.it.Douth.CblCZ'

-- years was running awa in the shallow break into lumps and hard -Apple tres. can be budded now. 1
he was sitting there after his edge or \valer.--Forest t up lumps PRESSES!I 1, SUIYLIE* RESORTS.
-. I At Boston a kindly conductor bought message! had gone on its way, she, and Stream.A to reduce; whereas, i we plow early Peaches and quinces the latter part of IRON JOHN WORKS, --

r her a through ticket for Penver. leaned over and handed him a pepper -. the ground will be more easily broken, the month. Look after the earlier sjrA* E RA5DL"rA c c XEJU.Xf3X. rl E ROt IIOTJL at 3.ayn.Ien

; "It'e a long journey: fOr'an old lady mint drop from a package in her: tax upon playing-cards 1 universal there will be fewer lumps. and they work and see that the ties are not cutting tie K'PrlC1.. S ).tSe fanjnosaamaier!R''. isjiow open.Ketortcn Foretcadrs
: like you," be said. I I"But pocket in Europe, with the exception of:I will not be nearly so hard. Third into the wood. $15 to $250 lug Mox'r for .A enu cao "madewr- --. t.p. .W& BPpnetre..

p rI! peart for my: age." she "You don't look strong, dearie."she Spain. America being the only other the ground can be pulverized and -Hogs and sheep are fond of apples Iha MB baslDe famish.a bon Sp moment and lye mar their b whole prGeblJem time to I A K. 1254

Mid, anxiously; "I never hed a day's said; "hain't ye no folks with ye?" country which does not now tax play completed with less labor. partly be and rather than have them go to B.K.JOHXSOX4CO_ lOOVMain. In SU.Blcbmood.Ta... V HEX WR1TI>6 TO ADVZRTMEIW n.E.tAK

: sickness since I was a gaJL" "None on earth." ing-cards sold for home-consumption. cause of the conditions just named; waste it will pay t turn in the hogs; .}B-P c'Ma.a.ajw itamp.nd fo bn tzprrirvct.B. f. J. lf data thaiUtcrUecawat. U til

"Goi .g all the way alone?" "We're both lone ones" she smiled; France collects the tax by means of the and also, sun, rain and air do most this will b found not only more profitable ; '0 '. _

uWUh Providence" he answered "an how sad It be there aia't no one paper used for making the cards,whichis effective work in disintegrating lumps but much better for the trees.Wirefencing -- -- -- --

:- brightly, alert and eager to help herself to fuss over ye. An' be keerful of the manufactured specially and i soil and compacting the partieies.and these for poultry-yards u BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE

but silent and thoughtful. as the drafts, and keep flannel allus on your by the government at a rate which laborers exact on hire and board them- cheap and good. but the lower part of ,

: train took her into strange landscapes c&ist; that is good fur the lungs." coven tax. In Italy and Germany selves. The earlier we plow the the fence should b of boards, in order .WrU.frrGsMi.gIs.aadfwu.Short H.wA Tei.dfurzi rapA y.&tLOUISV.ILLE KY .

; I where the miles went' SO swiftly I it You are very kind to take an interest a snail device is impressed upon the longer their season of work. Fourth, to avoid the quarreling of the males io t a .

;: seemed like the past years of her life in me." he smiled; "but I am ace has of hearts indicating that the tax plowing wi bring to the surface. adjoining yards. Te boars also serveas

'. as the looked back on th m. I afraid it is too late." been paid. where they will germinate the seeds a wind-brake r. P ISQVS
i ii 0&&m &&
I a Thy works is marvelous," she murmured Another night of weary slumber in -An odd decoratioa ft'l the is ot weeds and of grasses. I the plow- With fruit plenty and cheap care : &

often, sitting with her hands the cramped seats and then the pla in i the now discarded warming-pan.hal Old ins i dono early the growth from should be taken wihthat is sent to Beat Cough rfneHsiormmended by Phrsiciana.

I a folded and few idle days[ had therebv began to be dotted with village smd warming-pans are burnished and these feeds \\"i be destroyed by the market to sort pack so a to reach Cures taste. where Chiidreutake all eLse fUflKeaaant and agro able to the

( n in her world where '.she bat? ia.t soon appeared the straggling'cutskirt; S hung near the hat-rack. It is up a sign work of fitting the seed-bed; while i market in a good condition as possi it without objection. By drnsgLrts.CQ ..

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.t srowt will cocio after the wheat is will sell novr .t profitablo prices-

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