Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
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October 25, 1889
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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>wnl :: VOL. XI. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1889.. NO. 18. ;. .'

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'"II <: H; ADVERTISING RATE: SCHOOLGIRL OF THE PERIOD. "Nancy Pottleton," said he, when' You!" IJ ez L '"Oh Uriah! you \u.agoin' THE DISMAL SWAMP. j SOtiTHEUN and therein
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PACt not only
I I I ''U"'II A. TTIldernAM Conttlnlnr Over 60,000 qu&ohtie t
- ..t, ----I Bat it's awfully bard to remember. but as fur comin1 in and makin' "I wasn't," sez Uriah. "Nancy Pot- .
: 00. 00 Acre to He Reclaimed. but
.. 'fit. 4<''J I 8Quare.. 1 ,' 1 ro. I' : 001 ro 1500'II. We've been In South Africa nearly a month; Miss Nancy of before Are We Making Farming Profitable? satisfy their own requirements
' ..... ..'N r squares I 1 5U 2 2.S)! 3 oo I JO : (JOJt Perhaps we'll go north by November. myself strange tleton, I'll swear that on a stack of Down in Eastern North Carolina also leave a surplus for exportation.

'JI. J.;, B ,1i'lIares.* "' 7 2 00 001!! 10 3 011 50 11 6. OOOJl Jl$ goooli6' 00 have ? It's b' help I carn't do it. Betwixt you and Bibles. It was this way: The city situated between the counties of Washington Farming in its fullest sense is 'the This t will continue to be the case and '
: -' r. s41u&esI JO tJJ 15 ro :?:O W'I 25 00 50 OO1LOTTen What history we quite g boo), me it wuz all right I told you keepin' fellers was all payin1 compliments, andI cultivation'of the -
*ssix? Without any pictures-the bother! Tyrrel and Beaufort liesa 'oi with reference the Importation will growr larger unless. {
411'IIi! :)s.'' centa a line tot the first and nyu ceDU CTI. Today I was told I'd sustained a defeat boarders would alter things.You've didn't want to seem like a country vast tract of land containing over to the production of vegetables, and farmers give attention to tho breeding -

> JS3f.v,. line'Spclii1 breach rates subsequent for tilDe v.rt1sem.fnsertlon.h.... poa In the battle of-something or other. got to antertain company wben'ou'.e punkin, so I paid 'em tu. I couldn't 60,0 acres, known a the "Didmal"I he conversion of R portion of them in of better stock. / .

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8{ '.: : No matter how hard I may study, "You've got, tu feed 'em good," sezI widder." the Albemarle sound, at a distance:: of best adapted to the wants !of man the production of poultry the
RATES: Mr knowledge of dividends,fractions and rules "but I dunmfas a
SUBSCRIPTION. Continues unchangeably muddy. ; you've got tu kite "Ah! sez I, "you had no thoughts from three to five miles from the sands Every farmer does not farm in the production of horses, cattle
t ... round shee.
One year. ...............................n G iccordin to their directions. about me fryin' and stewin' *n the shores of that beautiful inland sea. fullest sense of the word. \ and pigs-that Is to get
ffilpf Viz months................. .............. 60 Proficient In spelling? I hope that I am. "Wall, I've promised tu fix the ten- kitchin." The the most s:1.
of land in between leading selling or feed the scrubs and
J ; tnvarably I In Though I shine less as writer than talker; strip high crops and mongrels bree
iQ.;; sdwanco.All ubscrfpbOfl3 No discrlmfDatlOD.1a must be paid'a"oror aDJ. I L don't mind confessing bow often I UaO nis ground, sez Uriah. "It's a splen- "Did I want ;you tu do it?" says he forms some 'of the finest grain and ing them to the various kinds of farm good slock. It co no more to feedone

body.communlctt1on. A pocket edition of Walker. did game. I'm goin1 tu get a suit and "Wasn't it agin' my will that you took the branches commonly t
;: all matters of local truckery lands in the South while the stock are most than the other. The Only difference -
pj' tht.z18L, 1Ol1oitod froM upon aU partl or the couatJ I I write compositions Of course once a week bats to-morrer and buy me a bow. I boarders? Didn't I say there was no almost impenetrable jungles of the practiced. Now the question arisesare rnis. that the good-bred stock require
I We're such a uiill subject to-morrow- wuz up head at bow-arrer when I wuza knowin' what onpleasantnoaa might Dismal we in thee .
bordering afford shelter and making i profitable.We care and but they amply .
-oJ == I[manage to .piu out a page and a half, boy and if I can't hit that bull'seyec'ery come of it?" attenton -
- --. SECRET SOCIETIES. Though lots of girls copy and borrow. pro ctou various wild animals may cultivate many acres and repay this whie nothing can
time I'll give up. "Wall, you did," sez L __ notably common black bear and raise large crops, we may raLe, feed make poor bred mongrels proftbl .,,

5w; -' Meets every Tuesday You You'll ask think me which my reply lessons quite of alarming.In all prefer. ? "I have give up already," sez I. "Nancy Pcttleton," sez he, "lots has deer. and sell much stock and yet not be making The requisien a breed of fowls for .

' t V >night at Odd Fellows' French we've a gentleman teacher, you "Are you goin' tu get short pants and come of it. I've got a bad character Numberless wild cattle browse upon it profitable. To raise larger cops the are, fir-st egg producing capacity .
; ; HalL Transient broth know striped jackets?" for the help went and told that I acted the .
55;, its extensive reed pastures; the fox expense of producing them may ; quick maturity of the .
ers cordially invited to And somehow it's perfectly charming. "Regular tennis suite sez Uriah, shameful with the widder. and you finds in its solitary thickets congenial b greater than the value of the prod- young fowls next; and lastly ability to withstand -
iiiiE: ttLt'lld. J. C. WILLS, -Harper's Magazine. "whatever it is. I want to show them found out which is hard furl
Noble Grand. p.- mo camping ground, while the raccoon uct; the draught 0', the soil may lie in the climate with reasna

'|KTO / P, J.FIELDS: Secretary. I). O. Box 4L :ME AND URIAH.Our ef York folks that I am" good as they be. wus only puttin' on good manners.You've and opossum from its dense shades excess of the supplf pf fertility; ii may care and moderate keep. We have
not little
=- I I a better. been sick-mighty sick, you'vebeen make nightly forays upon the bordering be improperly sold'Or cared for; l IJ may ha experience nvith many breeds of .
When I heerd them words I couldn't -and what should I do without
cornfields.In injudiciously fed, thus fowls. In
the mjldng' and.
: i improved Order or Red Men. early days cry ourjudgment. no one
!R.1M5$ Oseeola Tribe No. 1, Florida-ConncU Experience in Keeping Summer express my sentiments in no way butin you! I've got a big doctor's bill tu of the panther broke the stillness of farming unprofitab.e.: i breed combines so many of the good

-s Wcdled each Wednesday's Sleep at Boarders. groans. I laid upon my piller in a kind pay, crops is pannin' out poor, the its depths, and,:even now the huge It is expected tljnt the professional qualities we have named astha J

:'Sa &.1 'r Wigwam, Btarke, Flo."Vansient o'commer fur quite spell; then Uriah boarders have cost us nigh onto five wildcat i often encountered by hunt man is, or should b.\ well educated and. Plymouth Rocks. They are large

a&taOAn, .[ brothers are cordially invited Me and Uriah had got along fust- nudged me."Mammy. hundred dollars altogether, and we've er During- the" rainy season it well schooled in his business. or else fowls but yet not too unwieldlj to

I 1 ... :.ttcnd.: J. O- HAT. ES, Sachem rate fur about thirty years or so when ," sez he, "would you get fell out That's the wurst-we've fell is mostly covered' with water he can not pucceeil that tho merchant I ramble about and scratch for n great

-!HII.I i w. M. Mucu.U, Chief of lle ord.. the love of gain got a bold 1 of me andI yeller clothes or blue and white?" out! I made a skeer-crow of that ten from a few laches ;to several feet in deal ia the best br&id of goods that he part of their food en the farm. They
- "Neither," sez I. "Get red, so the nis suit the other day and hung i must keep an accrate account of all
IUIUI1. DIRECTORY. made up my mind to keep summer depth, though contains. many high produce a large quantity of fine eggs
';;.p4 w. ; ChURCh boarders. folks will know what a monkey you bo, among the squinch trees wishin' it spots, acres in,utnt that are never expense, loss and jjiin that he may see as they lay early and late, and theyare

:Irgeth&011I' Baptist Cliurcli.B There was the Blinkerses; they'dmade playin1 ball" and shootin' bow-arrers at wus me. It's like bein1 done with life submerged.. : : is mostly i he is making his business profitable; good mothers and can be relied

l1l&'a: TlcB at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Frayu enough to buy a new kerridgo tu your age! to think you and me has fell out juniper, with considerable cypress by this he can see l) what he makes upon to bring oft two or three broodj

meeting. every Wednesday at 8 p.m. take um tu ineetin', and there wus the But my words was of no avail. He mammy." some 'long-lea pine and scattering the most profit tlwit he may deal in in the seaSOn The young chicks are

J. M. CALDWELL, Pastor. Poplinscs that had all gone into silks got the clothes, and after that a kinder Then all of a sudden every thing poplar gum. For large areas the these more largely. strong and hardy. and quickly reach

Rt I Sunday School meets every Sunday fur the same cause; and I sez to Uriah, strangeness fell betwixt us. I wus seemed to change. The air felt softer; growth of juniper is so thick and tall These qualifications seem indispensable maturity; and a they are a good sli.e,

morning at 10:30 ecz I: alters tu work;; ho wus allers tu play- the sky looked bluer; a kind of warmth that the sun never strikes the ground.In to the merchant and all professional they always command a fair price ia

- T. E.: B0.0, Superintendent.: "Look a here, Hencry" that's my ridin' round or sailin' round with them ran through my heart. [ such places we are reminded of men. It is \, ally as much so the market-whether a broilers or

.A.TED _ _ Jessamys and the other boarders, "No, we ain't!" sez L "Anyway, with the farmer. tub is not businessto
, a
or 11I010, pet name for Uriah, "why not? sez I. twilight at high noon. It is only roasters. They seem to readily adapt
=\ Presbyterian Church. "Well, mammy," sez Uriah, that'shis shakin1 down tho plums and peaches we've made it up." drained by sluggish creeks that circuitously b carried on successfully by the themselves to changes of climate, '

Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. pet name for me, "well, I dunno as Jur 'em, takin' 'em fish in'. Silas Prog And we kissed:: each other\ as ef it find their way to the sound. unlearned indolent any wore than and in the Southern States make

R8.-..,:.,.... R. B. MATTJCK, Pastor. there is any reason pertickeler ag'in it, the man that had had the laborer's was old courtin' times-me and Uriah. Strange as i may seem the waters of any other occupation of life. The themselves perfectly happy and ccn

..4."I1A..&u2 4. Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m only we've been so kinder comtortable cottage fur four or five years, told meho'd Fireside Companion. these juniper swamps are considereda farmer must not only be industriousbut tented. The frosts seldom trouble

L. C. HELL Supt. as we be. We'll hey to do more, nnd given over all farm directions to -I. panacea for the ills of the locality, must be studious; his mind, his them as they have only small combs

-I ERS, we'll hev to buy lots of things; and him, and paid no attention to the place, THE STUART FAMILY. and their medicinal qualities are so thoughts must be H his business. The which are not so susceptible to ba

e&c1; NelbodUt Church. cookin' fur twenty ain't like cookin'fur and as hands don't work much efthej"ro well established that it is sent away by crops, tho stock and household econ- frozen as those of some other breeds.
awtre.IJ4lLC. Iti! :Members: Differed from the
' .4 Services every Sabbath at 10:30a.m. and two specially when the two ain't not watched, ho said it was Sterner Tu
- 7:30 and 'Ihursday p.m. Prayer at 7:30.meeting: every Tuesday pernicketty and is healthy. You'd owin' to him ef we had any crops that The royal house of Stuart were an lad been shaken up by the ague until should keep an accurate 'aet unt! large eaters. but will be content witha

PA1IDAYW', G. D. TCRXKR, Pastor. orter hear Farmer Poggins wish to year.As exceedingly disreputable set of people, they were as white as a piece of cot- of all his businesEf I the expense loss I small feed of grain, and then ram-

v ImsJsI 15..k... Sunday School every Sunday at 9 a.m muss}' his wife would give up takin' fur me, tho help was tho sassiest but in their lives and their pereom ton-cloth,would plunge into tho shingle and gain, in what rticular branch of ble off in search of insects and seed. _

-. I 1J. CHARLES RICHARD, Supt. um; she's been to bed, with the doctorcom thing I ever knowed, and I didn't durst they were, with all their crimes* and swamps, remaining for weeks drink- his business h<} imost r successful, Another quality they possess, Is,'that

in' twice a day, on account of over- dismiss her, and "kept on raisin' her their vices essentially sympathetic.The ing only this water and return to the what crops aro most profitable for they arc generally content to lay some

URE work. Boarders ain't all angels, and wages every time she threatened to life and death of Mary, Queen of hill hearty and robust with the roses him to raise, the taost profitable disposition where about where they are desired

Christian Church. keepin' urn ain't all parrydicc leave. Scotts, is one long poem, over-brim. of health blooming on their cheeks. to make of them; tho best and do not ramble ,off into the woods

= actS xl., 2G; Acts xxvi., 28; I. Peter i", Id "But think of the money my precious But at last the climax came. I wus ming with the deepest pathos. Romance It is about the color of scuppernong and most profitable stock to raise. and and lay their eggs where they can not

.-.....,.,., Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. old honey," sez I, makin1 potry wore out and half-sick, and seemed tu of the mourn fullest, but of the wine and smacks a little of the juniperin ,, how best to dispose of them. Farmers be found All things considere. we .

Poinle41ao, G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. without meaning tu do it. "Think mo fresh air would save me; and one most fascinating kind, environs the taste. It i very palatable, and are too careless in regard to keepingan are of the opinion that farmer who

of Webnd Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 p.m. how you will kinder like to say to afternoon I told the help she'd hev to careers of Charles 1. and of the old when taken from the quiet depths of account of their business, consequently commences to keep :flock of Plymouth .

4 com.llun.u!."-. C. J. DENTON, Supt. yourself: 'Now, there is so ,much get tea herself, and 1 took my sunbonnet and young Pretenders. Charles II., its natural reservoir on a hot day they often false crops that are Rocks will not have cause to reject"It

'I 1I1TrN1.. banked.1 I sha'n't spend it onto rib- and off I went tu the archery rascal as he was, has not lost his senti- makes a most delightful drink. not profitable. and raise and feed stockat at tho year's end.-Southern Planter.

tt'l'r.c._' f 1 -" bins or kerridges. We'll bank it and as they'd took to callin' the end of the mental hold on the affections of the Enterprise and capital are about to : an expense. There are few crops S. .

11 Gra4e, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. get satisfaction out of it, and you and orchard. The girls looked as cool as English people. To them he is still change this vast wilderness into a I that are profitable to raise and sell off HERE AND THERE

ilpmntinHorn., _ _ _ _ _ _
the farmFrom: in
could be there, all dressed in white hundred I my oxperience grow-
me won't her no fear fur old age. up the "merry monarch, who, on his farms. A railroad has been -The most persistent weed to exterminate *
.IIPn1..ea'for" ('II)" Officers.JJnyor WhatVa little more work? You ain't and the young men talking; and smilin' death-bed, murmured to his brother: run from the sound across its entire ing vegetables, I nee many farmers is purslaine. Turn the .
: L. Witkovski.
but and I ain't but and my husband-yez, my husband- "Let width, connecting with towns on the grow and sell vegetables at loss than ;
GE, Aldermen-W. W. Sapp, U. D. Miner fifty forty-seven. not poor Nelly starve. Pity sheep and geese on fields infested with 3
1e.en!!! it.won't sittin' on a bench alongside the wid- and side and with tho Norfolk the cost to grow them. It puts a little .l
dolo George E. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner. We've got our health and strength; sympathy can even bo felt for opposite it. r$
;:s.M.LrinsLiog.,,hle bJ Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. hurt us." der, givin1 her them insinuating looks James II. himself, dethroned and ban- Southern railroad at Edenton. An immense money in their pockets at the time. __A gentleman of CiiL,
he kin ef he chooses! I had slippers mill has been built that they were no better off than Pomona
Treasurer Walter Wills. "It may in other ways, sez Uriah. ished and languishing into extinction saws up .ut i that only five days havt/ passed
)arshal-E. D. Wall. on, and I came close to 'em without five hundred of the had not raised:them; in _
EGE "But I never hinder you from actin' as up at St. Germains. These feel- largest pine logs fact since March. 1888, that ho has not had.., -', \
;.. p Alsessor-T. W. Sweat. you please and I never shill, Nancy." makin' any noise, and I heerd her say: ings of sentiment went very daily. The lumber, after being thoroughly a well of?. Unless the keeps fresh strawberries on his table. "

I"1l11n And so the next day I je c went down "Mr. Jones certainly admires llo- far : Indeed toward making the kiln-dried, is loaded upon cars an account of the expense in growinga

U';: County Officer tu New York and had it put inter the setta.." triumph of tho Stuart exhibition. and shipped to Baltimore. Philadelphia crop he will overlook: this and sell walls Kerosene, roosts, and applied floors as spray of poultry on the

!iftusbI County Judge-W. F. Malphns. paper that Mrs. Pottleton, of Stopover, "Nobody couldn't help it," sez There are still-in a sentimental sense, and other markets. The juniper is blindly. j houses will kill tho lice

Il'aleI.L. ; Clerk Circuit Court-W. T. Week. would take. a few select summer Uriah. of course-ardent partisans of Mary, turned into shingles and coopers' tim Many farmers, If rhoy would for ono instantly,
while the work can also be done in
'irmb. Sheriff-H. W. Epperson.Tax boarders. Plenty of fresh eggs and "But Cecelia is the prettiest," sez Queen of Scots, and of the young ber.:* Quite a town is springing up year keep an accurate account of the few a

Tax Assessor J. E.Wainrlght. milk, fruit, mountain air, and not the widder. chevalier. Jacobites abound in the around the mill, and hundreds of native expense of.each croj. they were growing minutesThe

5: Tax Collector-M. M. Hale. many muskee'.ers.: "Neither of 'em is as han'somo'. as very best society; but it is questionable men are finding ready employment at would be snrlse.l} to find the cellar should bo thoroughly
Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. cleaned and disinfected now. The air
of consumed in defraying
profit one cropj
'1.E.\J: the at their ma sez Uriah. whether there good The snort and whistle ol
W. H. Edwards C. "Say none, sez young man yet linger any political wages.
County Surveyor- & should allowed to circulate freely
Lu thu the of another although -
County Commissioners Witkovski, the desk, when ho read the advertisement "Oh, go away! You didn't think so; adherents of Henry VIII. or the steam engine now startles the bear expons2s b
and a dusting of freshly-slaked lima
- 1'). B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. 11. Pin hoi. -he wuz a young man I knowed you're just flattering," soz the widder. Queen Elizabeth. The materials for a prowling through the undergrowth, they may m.tke a considerable
the floor.
- It.eI1 SL V. Smith. to speak to-"say no muskeclcrs, Mrs. "Ef I wus a single bachelder, you'dsee Tudor exhibition are amazingly cppi- and deer are frequently seen flying profit on their rntl'e farms. Wheat given
_ down the long stretches of railroad sown on a clover I believe can be -Where a bed of lettuce plants have
Pottleton, as the rest docs. sez my husband. ous and rich, but tho display itself
"E E State Officer track. Soon their haunts will know sold off to a profit SIr*t especially to gone to seed. only one plant need bo
"The rest tells fibs, then, sez I. Now I'm cooled off-it's a couple of must vindicate its claims to public
Governor P. :Flaming, Jacksonville. them All will be grid the wheat # the flour and saved, it will furnish sufficient M
( "They is some everywhere. years ago-now I'm cooled off, Iwould't recognition less as an abstract and no more. changed. a e
I Secretary (If State-John L. Crawford "Leave The timber taken off canals feed the bran, whicIOy wayis the for next season. Tho surplus plant
it out altogether then, sez swear into a court of justice brief chronicle of the Tudor monarchs once wi
- Craw fordville. he, and so I did, and put in my. prices that Uriah was goin1 to kiss the wider than as the reproduction of a splendid. be dug, completely draining the most profitable way to dispose of may be fed to poultry as green food.
LLorney-General-William LAmarMon-
instead. and thousands of will be turned wheat. even i bran is sold. too. The -Whenever the shoulders of a work
ticello. and as a Christan I must allow I ly picturesque and artistic epo h. One
I II 'l'reasurer-F. J. Pous, Macclenney. Well, I got lots of answers, and by carn't say for certain she'd hev let most important step toward the latter into fertile farms and smiling gardens clover sod should bo turned under fouror horse are'galled the harness should be
the middle of Juno I had fifteen boarders. five weeks before sowing; the wheat examined to remove tho cause. A
Commissioner of Agriculture B. him; but things appeared to mo, like consummation will be made, as the Pittsburgh Dispatch.
I Wombwell. Me and Uriah was sleeping in the she would at that minute, committee have hastened to announce, p. will make a heivier crop by so doing; horse in such a condition should notbi

cOmptroiler-GeDeral-'V. D. Barnes. barn. I was obleeged to keep help, and lofT with my sun- by a special endeavor to bring togeth Simple Relief for Lung Troubles. but it is profitable to scl clover made to work until a cure i made.

jutant.Uenern.l-David Long, Cedai which was a great trial, and I was be- bonnet and gave her a whack over the er as complete a series as possible of During a visit to the home of a most hay, or at least to it feed it to yield farm a -I is suggested that in those sec

Keys. ginning to run down considerably from head and him another, makin' remarks tho works of tho illustrious artist, estimable Indian river greater pl'oft tions where potatoes can bo made
Superintendent of Public Instruction-* work and anxiety. Still 10 15s is 150, which I prefer not repcatin1 if I remembered Hans Holbein court painter to Henry lady living on stock. By knowing the feeding valueof special crops, starch factories shouldbe
told of
this editor that
Albert RouAll was a discovery and the value of the
- .: Jacksonville. as I used to keep saying to myself, 'em all-which I don't. She VIII., who, at least, knew how to imitate a crop manure operated on the cooperath'e plan.
had been made which
PROFESSIONAL CARDS may prove a produced from it. farmer can oJten
_- when I got up feeling like a boiled owl screeched, the gals -ran up, Uriah the genius of tho great master. as is done by dairymen with cream
---t' boon to sufferers from lung or bronchial make calculation what be
WRfEYIMG., CIVIL ENGINEERING.R. and I wasn't goin' give up after ettin' took hold of me and the rest of the "Look you hero." said tho Tudor King troubles. This a crop can eries.
lady having
sold off at a profit or to sell one crop
my own way agin' Uriah the way I had boarders stared like cows. to the haughty noble who complainedthat heard that there virtuein -Orchard grass ,vi thrive well on
was peculiar
F. ENSEY and buy another.In .
, got it. "1 reckon you'll know next time the painter had been rude to him: damp locations. an excelent
. me made from straw, and .
; a pillow pine order to know whether V
cLTLxj: 3ESI JFL i "stools., gives an
I II you see' me, sez I; "but you won't see having none of that material at making farming profitable wo should grass wbch
been for the Jesslm hand
: 's. Theywas '
seven lords, but out of seven lords I fields. As
6TA.RKE me for quite a spell. To-day ends uneven appearance
FLA. made from fine soft
one pine know what it costs to raise every
folkses down
and "
city come one can not make one Holbein. London each
DrtUltbtlnlr. conduct such as this, ; you can git-all and had the of it becomes more compact season
estlmaua leveling, etc., SZI- :Monday morn in'. ings pleasure noting bushel of wheat corn and oats, every
ute d with aceuracy and dlspith.j of There's train tomorrer Telegraph. it soon forms an even pasture.
you a early immediate benefit Soon all the member of and clover in
erm.. $ yorday, caaa. The ma, Miss Jessamy, was one of ,.. .. pound grass every
and I'll see that you tako it; so had pine-shavings pillows, and it thing we raise. Tto' farmer should -Save tho best stalks of corn Is era
tho fly-away kind of widders' dressed I
-; Sunset Cox and the Bear.
principally in bugles. She shone coin- pack your trunks to-night! The help was noticed that all coughs asthmaticor I know how many pouilds$ of feed it takesto which to procure seed. and whoa the

I. 0. HAYNES, in' up the road considerbul more'n a will give you your teas. As for me Ishan't "'henlrs.. Cox and I were at an inn bronchial troubles abated at once feed his stock andfto fatten his 8ocl seed is fully matured select thu best

tin-peddler. The darters wus sixteen set down with a character like in Yellowstone Park they told us of a after sleeping a few nights on these for market. I he lhows what it cost ears. Seed corn should b allowed to
the Widder Jc& umy,; I'm disgusted bj'hevin' An invalid with thoroughly dry on the stalk and
DE"ftTT1S-rr and eighteen and twenty-one. Theywus bisr bear that came down every evening pillows. suffering him to raise every bushel of feed, and
ever done it!" trouble derived much benefit when harvested it should bo stored ina
laced and bustled out, and frizzed just before sunset to eat the swill lung then knows how much he has fed,and

and ribboned like Christmas, dolls in "Madame what do you dare to Insinuate that was thrown out to tho hogs. The from sleeping upon a mattress made kuo.viug how much his stock is worth dry warm place.

:Office over Jones' :Brick libeL York show-winders. And thej brought ?" sez shoo hog pen was about a mile back of the from pine shavings. The material is before he commence! feeding or.tolat! -The majority of Insects aro vegetable -

-- down trunks enough for an army, and "That you was a-goin1 tc kiss my house in the woods, and this bear would cheap and makes a very pleasant and ten, and knows the', value of th :;ma- feeders, but there are a great
:BUGG & husband," I. comfortable mattress the odor of the that feed or within tho
WILLS, games they called la\\n-tonnis and sez come down every day to eat swill, and nure produced by His stock : what many upon
Then she shruck and the other ladies the entire and bodies of other insects causing themto
archery. would go away content without eating pine permeating room ho has received he can tell whether
shruek, and I finished off by grab- absorbing or dispeling all unpleasantor farming is profitaVe! to him. Thos. die. These latter are called peda-
balls of the little
Attorneys at Law The fust wus and bits and net- any pigAs: he did not -
tin's, tho last wus bow-arrers and a bin' her false front of 0 curls off her leave much food for them, perhaps objectionable odora.-Cocoa (Fla.) D. Baird, in Southern Cultivator. ceous or parasitic and. in the main,
I W J J1I'tt Jl head and throw in' it into Uriah's I I- are they destroy many
STARKE FLA. target. But they couldn't find no place they never got fat enough for his taste. Spiri. beneficial a
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face. Then I went home and went to While dinner i Ihs Beat Breed cf Fowls for the injurious .
TIll for theirtennis, anJ thelamentiti'. and we were at they told us *
i!! iraetic In all the Courts I. the Fourth bed. Silk Artificially Produce.In carrrer. -The farmer who strays off habitually -
md. that the who
.fU.JUdicial Clrcntts.F. I the sighin' and the appealin' to dear girl was waiting on table
-- Mr. l'ottleton to give them ground The boarders all went before break- had met the bear in the path near the the Paris Exhibition is exhibited The question ie best breed of to town or elsewhere tor pastime

.!'IIfe.-&! J. FIELD, enough, until Uriah jest made a blamed fast next mornin' and all day long me pen. She was carrying a basket If a collodian product of a remarkable fowls to be kept by fie ordinary farm loses interest in his work forgets whatis

.fl04Tl 4 I I fool of himself and squared oil one of and Uriah quarreled. I said I'd get adivorce clothes from the wa h, and had the character neither more nor less thanan er, who does not icf end to keep |hem to be done and goes down t{tbi

,, ID1 I n k M&&; n': \\1ic1 rg{ !n PlihrnSO : the hay-medders for urn and rolled it from him; he said he'd get one clothes on her head. She said she artificial sik. To manufacture it, for exhibition urpo-es or for thelsup{ dogs by sure degrees leading s
. land that
. bein' shrew. and miserable on
..1.. and help 'em fur tu sot up nets, and from me for was not afraid, but I suppose she wasa. pyroxyine was first prepared by the ply of pure-bred fancy stock pinched
went and made rustic seats far Vra, "And ma-ry Widder. Jessamy1" sez I. modest girl, for she dropped her conversion of a specially pure cellu- deserving of careful considerartion.. might have supplied him and his-with

STARKE, FLA. and wasn't to be seen only at meal "It would be a change for the bet- clothes and ran. Mrs. Cox and I han lose, obtained from certain parts of Most farmers are content to leave-4 the more than competence.The .

118.! &uI WOttK Gl'APATVTI. ED. Box 4L times fur the best of the week. ter." sez he. a suspicion that they were fooling ua!, young wood, and then dissolved in a kind quality and quantity of the poultry cow soon becomes acoustomed

been __ Wall I'd calkerlated Uriah Hammerand tongs, hammer and but if there was a bear we wanted to farm charco. to the milker, and i treated kindly
1ce'19iCW _ _ _ on help- mixture of thirty-eight part of ether to be kept on tho to
, ppODpddo PEE[',& FIIAZEE in' me. In old times ef I had punkin-;: tongs we kept it up until all of a sud- see it. So my wife and I went out by and forty-two of alcohol. Through a and. as a result, the consequence*i* a will cease giving, evidences of vico5.

;at rtJ1.kd.. pies tu make he'd cut up tho }punk, den I turned taint and didn't know anymore the hog pen to see the bear. Sure series of concentric tubes the collodion mongrel lot of birds, neither useful or To strike places her in fear and she

'.. and he'd heat up the o.enUriah was for quite a spell. Then I was in enough we met him in the \"oods-a is forced out. under pressure, in a ornamental; and the financial results will seize every opportunity to kick or

d J ittorneysatiawandSotaricsST1BKE real smart fora man, and never hovin' bed with complications-that's what great big fellow. He gave a side stream and then immediately solidifies are no better. : move her position. Milking should bo

','ot'Po4 ta no children he did lots of things tur the doctor called it. glance at us and shuffled off as if ho by contact with water the thread so This is not a it should be. for. rightly performed quietly, the cow being

00)1.BOOI. ,BRADFORD CO., FL1. me-hung out the clothes sometimes::! Well, I must say Uriah nursed me were about to runoan)'. We were produced being wound off on a bobbin. managed and cared for. there i is in given her food just before beginning

when there wurn't no need of him onto like a woman, for all I kepttellin' him about twenty yards away from him, Next this thread is denitrated by being the poultry a very substantial item of \milk. I

1Olfttty.Abstra0 Title and Real Estate Law the farm. and he used to stand fur me I'd live as long as I could to spite the and quickened our pace to advance on soaked in weak nitric'acid, which profit, and one which with very -A new use has been discovered for .

1. kortag AbtfCt5fufllsh IIbowfng every Deed, to drape my skirts on like a lamb. Widder Jessamy; and when I did get him. He suddenly chinged his mind renders it insoluble in ether and alcohol little care and attention can be the poppy. It forI:1 a network of

, )11 DI ect' and'",(I.len.\1 matters Tax 8ale of Judgment.' record;; and AttAch-tile But now, when I bed more tu do than I[ better he carried me down stairs and about running, and we changed our and also non-explosive '' The very greatly incr.eaed The neces- root that can not b exterminated
pub'il' -
;.:::'' IIQeotfn itSH? of K"aJ Estate in Bradford ever had in my life before he didn't sot me ;j the great rocker on the minds also. He turned toward us and threads are now dried and* used as or- city for this attention h strongly without great difculy.and it is there-

r I"'t'pili': ., up to date of AUtracuHEADQUARTEUS come nigh me.I porch and put pillers under my head, growled. I remarked to Mrs. Cox that dinary silk; they are capable of being shown in the fact that this country, fore, admirable for embankments -

'Iind..iII! _ _ _- bore it quite a spell before I spoke. and knelt down alongside of me. as she was getting fat, and could not dyed, and arc about three-quarters the which might well supply the world in place. Within the last two

But one night I waked up in our bed I "Mammy1 sez ho, "}'our'e gettin'' walk as fast as formerly, it would be textile strength of ordinary cocoon'ilk. with eggs and poultry, is actually, at or three years :eminent French engineers -

.uS.I FOR in the barn, aggravated by remember- ., well now." just as well if she'd turn back toward : In appearance it is statedjo excel the present time importing largeIuantities have undertaken tho sovringof

l:'XXU! SUE'-I..A..N"O: ill' that I'd had to split my own kin- "\\ eh I wasn't1! sez I. "What'a:! th6 hotel. Then I modestly followed. the natural product of the silk of eggs and" poultry frmcountries railroad embanuments with poppies i

{. toprt wntln*the Liverpool an4 London dlin's that day, and I said nil I had to tho use? Nobody keors:: for me!" She walked much faster than 1 though worm.-British Journal of Photography. not half BO well fitted bytture with a view to prevent their lw; \

'MdGlot* Company say-boltliu' up s so long I hud plenty. '\ "Ain'tI nobody?" sez be, "il 1!** could.-Interview j in N.. ',a. \YvrW to produce them 8 1 this coun- stroyed by heavy ruln .

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Hale l.nlc.t.s: ti"ila what to' cat fr uit rAiF.i. ii ; n l.v'snwl1ibi91.
THE USE AXD AEl>*K OF IV1O/X- people little fur-
BJftOFORU COUNTY TELEGRAPH, jMiddr'i'k. .Tin; nitbleu philosophy o ur uet Iintln .' t i
IV.&TJNG De1zNu. I the right to
ther and give onr ciii .a-
j Jiff since t-xlrem musf. perfirce, txist,
make and m-ii all kinds of vine from fruit Special.
is the
$ e'tutr..tajse. Temperance then
-1-- : 4 _.t AND
; would
h liThe tiriZ ),ehiI iK-lween total abstinence either roisetl litie or bought. vst'
i: FLORIDA. blockeu re. is with thru wo announce
-: It pleasure
Itt hidden or
"nonnltl-rr YCronoin- our
Question m u i ices*, ihe lion.;James H. Duncsin.Livethiil. open up one
and Politically to .our .uiate. ,
; :: i. c. WEBB. aty, f s vf: "3Iy observations and source;* suit induce capital
&s 14 Editor and Proprietor I ronvictiins are that temperance of our st May such n legislature come anu to.our many patrons that we j

f lie manufacture of liquor in the United; before main long in power. Good, pure home- -_ .
people i not EO good now as '- -
: *IIBSCBIPTION $1.00 A TEAR.Jfaferftf Flutes has reached enormous proportions, pisR.gc! of the law: it has no efficacy them ade wine will then largely be used in | |have (again) made arrangements .

although it has many enemies to its progress checking intemperance and the evils that place of whiskey nnd the money spent illustrated -

__. Aeenrding to Act ef Of-prta infl unknown to other branches! of tradeaal result from it ; it has been productive of to such wine would remaiq in the suite, with that \\Wc-aivake,

i. ,>i Pott OJJlce. Starke, Fia., at Second further. tecau it is willfully or ig- niorc n-ispbu-f than good, snit I think itan instead of ns now, going out for whiekey. the Aiir.EiCAXFARMEU .

tYlaasJThlIsr. nornntly cb.ssi-d with productions itiirn- | unwise act. It U impossible to make About two YBUIH ago the majority of farm magazine, They want to sell you yonr Groceries Provisions ;

: ; ; ___ leal to th* welfare ol society. The present'! Hint a crime which is not u crime by the Bradford county's citizens votud In favor piolr

... : posiiioi of the trade in the United" d irine Jaw. and the use of strong drink of no barrooms. What has been the re- published at Fort \V ayne, Corn, Oat) :*, Hay and Bran. *

: York for prhool interest The wins l make a brewer or distiller just asj c annot by any effort be: Made a crime !per suttT Instead of doing good if has Gone )
h id. and read nearly 200,000
9 \tl; fortune can Icavp ronr j nwi-ssary |to the connnouweal as abater. I Me.H ; y( I i he prohibitory statute mates il a e vil. want to sell
you IS They you your Dry Goods and
butcher, tailor! or any other economic ) crime to st-ll. and worse, il is a crime for STEAD OF DECREASING DRUMtraKUSS Notions.
; : children in a good education. There are'ut nt V JXCHKA.aED IT. farmer* by winch that great pttblicati.'in -
: : ii present I ;| carrier to curry whiskey, beer, wine or TUE CUCNTT. IT HAS ,
_ : 3 000) bieivrrii'g in active operation pmdcjf I Is it any wonder that such a law Instead of bringing more pro.siteiity il They want to sell you your Clothing and Furnishing

dr : Why did lie state of Florida hare using annually for consumption over four fje l *" ondizf-s the community for a vast has done the reverse If t has robbed the will be mailed direct, FllKK,

to borrow money at iu )last session Of hundred the trad-s million more gallon or less of dependent HIM It liquciH.upuit edjutaji'jistcncejhrough amount, of lying and fraud its have Agency been"call- county taxes, and of nearly thereby two shortened IhotHntid: flu dollaM.* term of in to the address of any of bur ..tibticritiers They' want to sell you your Hats and Caps. .

: : i ('f legislature? Because the liquor brewer*, scarcely an idea c.m be (nr1nci. 1'lte Rev.. Dr. Putnam. IT). D.. says: "Ilelicve public school "It ha? taken the glass of who will in and
die biewe1 obtnir. front the moderatedrinker. come payup They want to sell Hoots Shoes
rev I.q. rollers From the agriculliiiisl I :.ud know (that prohibitory law strong drink away yon your and Hub be
;; paid no I barley fur *malt other rcie.Us for foddiT.( p t/diucs demorulizuri.Ht and IhisfEpCCt < but has induced hint to hug the 1-3.

hops; aod draft auiroals. Accouling to for a law that cannot lie enforced. Il de- I jug j instead while the drunkard [haS been all arrearages on Milxcripiiun | They want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools andBnlUh

.:: "wet"1 men now state that a gricultural reports reirly 2fltiOflOO( moralizes jurors ni iitI witncsws U demuraios supplied with drink nji bountifully as before. *
acre* air under cultivation with l.arley, \ liwiued barroom kecpar did and one year iu advance from date, Material.
the and .
.k .. they hope the election will go "dry" hiij-crs sellers of liquors. -_ _
V hich produce anni'tllj over 4-1.000.000 j' minors the sneak
: inducing iiieui to all of not sell liquor to ,
resort to manner
o they can sell liquor without paying t btifliHu. The average yield per acre i i Uitii'Is, trick* *nd cv.iSJoni \',
a license. 'Fin Jaw that "local *0.6 bushrls. the an rage price 91 ceuif j uiil.-iwMiily| which tbey cannot do lawfully f'rom a few families iu the county su thai plements, Seeds and Fertilizers.
per busl-el! anti the avi-race value of the It is injurious to, the consciences mlsid.e liquor dealers could fare mime pay one( year m advance- This is a

f option. K-ailey ;per acre ia $1 It)6()< against $13 40 i (i f i be people lo \be always violnling this s umpuouIY.$ They vvziiit to hell you_ yoyr Saddle, Harness and
with fll.66 with wheat. $tI S2 grand opportunity to ohtaiu a Whips, l
corn, aw : and si> far as liquor drinking is concerned ll hus eur"ched the express company,
; A good, well! (r violated graded with rye and fll 47 with oats-.barley the htw has done no good. Public Let us not forget the tact. Hint whatPO- fact they% want to sell you everything- you may need. <"lvcth**

school for Ktaikf Mould do more yielding next to potatoes and tobacco thiiiehrrt the testimony that such laws arc, A blunder .. ?,' n man waut he-will get. by either class farm journal free1. Tlie a trial, and you will ho convinced that they will

'I : value per acre. Barley is or worse has been given by such men as fair or foul means. Evidently more syrup on everything You buy f ml at the same time
good in than both schools 8 seventh agricultural staple article of our distilled AMERICAN FARXICR large 10-
O4u y-5U John Quincj. Adams; Profesgor Asassijc.of or syrup skimmings baa -ecu is a lily aud quantity ot* Good*.

; *.. do now in two. Anyone who is c and seven million dollars higher Cambridge; Rer. h. Bacon I). D,. of i'nto whiskey {iii various ways, even
i in value than tolmcco. Of hops nboul Connertic-l; Prof. Bigelow, of Boston; *rough old gun-barre's. Chi ist'turned t p age "oimu!, of natural circulation,

familiar with a graded school will 82.000.000 pounds is yearly' raised. The Pi of. Bowen. of CHmbiidse; Oliver Wendell water into wine ; it almost seems an if

-.-. tell BO.r. timber industry supplies the brewers situ Holmes; GOT. Wnshburqe. of Mass- many of our citizens Lad learned the which ranks among the leading: ugvicultural -
-'- you oak, cellar and pine for barrels and vats ehtu.uti soil TRUBY TEBNBURG
I ;i many others. The social seciet. 4
L and ether timber for building purposes. and political aspect of this liquor question din*!, in his character aud his tcaeh-r papers. It treats the
J. W. C. Peters' ,
of business sohtlle
Lawtey Next the maltster a
comes go hand in hand. It behooves us. ( ,ngs and in his work seems to te"| roan- ,

a manvll known and highly respect l understood, and yet we have in the choose the right.fide, and that is I lie kind that the time of force violence aud question of economy in agricnUure
United Slates 400 malt bouses having
ovef temperance side, where those who are terror has passed by sway from the
d in our county, gives some a mailing capacity for nearly ().OuU disiilleries Kobushels. h)t144.IiPl either with wine or self-conceit, thundering!! and the lightnings and set and the rights nnd privileges of that STARKE -.. HII FLORIDA.
:1;; *olid chunks of truth in another The capital invested In w ill find no plac : In Germany the stale ils tent among flowers and fruit under -

: f column. It will be interesting to breweries into wine hundreds and of cider millions presses of uses every possible means to provide for ftweet sunlight ; nud. to-day temperance vast hotly of citizens-American _&s _._ r-rS-.r..n---- -__ .
etc. runs '
: t Ihe people good wholesome raalt liquor worker* only weapon should be persuasion '

..v. t'wet" and "dry" readers alike. dollars, and in these trades something After these like used by tht'in.nt their meals and pl .ccs of in order IP accomplish great good.I Farmers-\\hose industry is the* A. MOITT

200.000 hands are employed. a m uSelflero Tendering temperate, i industrious udmint all *'dr>" voters' good intention I ,

The Ocala Banner will come the long array nf professional and tradesmen -. halthIy.and, contented a people bill must fur ever condemn th reSUjlJL -, bash U of :;ll mat -lial and nationr.Iprosperity.
please architects civil engineers; whose bravery is beyond question ando I sT.AE1.REC'AI.r., ( ST1EbTFDORID)

boar in mind that the late Colonel as n.asrns. bu'.lders, carpenters whose _
1 makers, laborers peaceable yrt'jyojjressive qualities .1. W. (i'. PETERS, Its highest purpose is .r ---wtj-r a
Moore was not connected with (he coopers., etc., BO numerous wagon I hat only an up-l o continent.In CUD. bear good witness." I4jvwt y. Fl*.. Oct. 231. 189. I To my Patrons ami the jjeni-rjl Pnhlio 1 would respectfully
England '$l1e'onstnt habit of the the elevation! and ennobling of A4licnlture -
TELEGRAPH in any manner nor has proximate idea of their number extent and can Ihf be people j-s, us in Germany, to tlrink mall A hale old man. Mr. Jas. Wilson, of that 1 am still at my old btanu; ), reaily to .serve toy ensti/iir'rs fifl shopslliitt'

I. conceived. Yet the very hi and the government has pev ratiempteil Aliens Springs. Ill!,, whit is over Qft ynar i the hi lu-r and
he been for the last three years. prosperity( of (his industry appear to excite lq il'ioliaji tlte, privilege. V'e of age says: "I have in my lime tried a through As heretofore, I shall in the future use my bust iMu'eavom to Iiti.

;:d. The editor of the TELEGRAPH is as Under the opposition these circumstances of the becomes. 'we plenty of proof that drunkenness is great many medicines some of excellent h broader education: of men and womtn out ijooil work at a low rijjnve. I ?licit the attention of those iu neeq

and ofliquors. so rare iu Germany that tl may be said quality, but never lwf. rc rtsd I flail any u
lively as ever jiopea tQ remain so to consider the use and abuse
necessary the economic not; to exist. V1''. a t one time Germany that would rn completely do all that is engaged in it.s pursuits. The !Ca2riaes:
l considering
for some siity; years yet of the n take the fifth definition contained as drunken a people as could claimed for it as (JhamhciIain's Colic. ,
view we
question be found. Was this change in their hab Cholera; aud Durrhcea Itemcily. It ia truly
the of thc ZB-1JgfJes.
of Webster -Relating to regular suhseription
: p'-u-t j .
Prof its You.n# claims that in making means of living or the it-sources and Ii i
wealth of a community." As before s.ti1. Not by :my faean Theie were some wise _ l1-LIt.;; & JOINKK. ylMSiu.v.N: FARMIK is 4J.ywr. ; L1 WagocLs
the boundary of the new school the calling of a brewer and distiller is just nn-n ul Ihe head of the government. They I was passing thion U Morgtn county .

district for the special tar, Orange as mucu\anjntegrul part of a stale as any knew that tinjvoplj would drink some i)tttiis 8tat. ssuvi M"% H. O.Martht Le'4'er. 'l IT t'OSTS YOU NO1'i h I NG. azd. Cart
stimulant. Tint Kentuc.kv. wh I tal or an"othcr stvli- r.f
without it c.wi about for the leas' n i
College has been discriminated olher necessary calling injurious with a running off of Ihe bov.el.n: and
ani\\ substituted br for whis
something would be hick'mr for the g neral [From any one mit'iber iiu-.i ran: bet
k The cranipinjfor tb rttoinncli. ( at
against. This charge not ey government nurtures the manufacture
we are prepared good. As a striking illustration of
Mr. hi.1.. Hu'-'hMisoii's
at lil'i Lick
to deny, but the intent of the (his Jet us compare brewing and linking. 1 is Iii) country ul tit The world result when-is that there there in who had Cbarulwrla'n'-a' 'olii*, ( h.mhra l : worth tin ice (he subscription I pticc VEHICLES.Plows .
The of biead. accordiaglo
process making a.nd Ltiart hui.i and fixed -
law i is fairness and he Ii ?.i drunkenness I than in i C.u ICeiuody me a
justice should Dr. Ure is When etluikei Prma ny. of iou-e-
as follows: ; dose It relieved m* in t'o minutes. to yoU o.r uenibviH your:
i intends to make a batch of biead. his lirM | not our umpirunce workers take lesson should have tbii riuie'Jn .: I
given lo &l! the schools in the il? Every fatuity Harrows
L pro.c is. in technical language lo slira1'rori irOLITICALJY. their hon-e. For n-iie lvKIVKRS I hold, YIT Tot; GKT IT KRKK. Ca'i ,, Cultivators tc order

pOKed sub-school district. ferment by means of yeast water, fl' ui A JOINER.
and potatoes. This is allowed to operate Politically I In qufoti.m assumes am.uchmore Mr. U. P. I.ncii-'y.| :a i w danifr in I and we sample copy. And other I'

: The temperance people of Bradford for some hours end then thickened W1i1! serous Aspect, because under the general merchandise at Wjtiiisk-, Nev lmj.leaieuts.KUPAIKIXlS .
t flour more water being added which c ubtiluies guise' ftC public *ocil the meanest tyrannies Hays: "I bive tniuh St. F.arii-li'.H! PisK

county have ihemselvfii to what is called the "spongp," lo be arc prnciiccil, uad it i* claimed by and c.n truly ais that they a-* the best I I :: Yehii-Jes! ,ris-nliiiral In..U-iui-ut.s, Took Mr -.inery!;

Maine to a great extent if the wt- kt-pl in n WHtm silUHlion when HIP frrnu'iualion (host who oppose I Ihe production and .saleot h have vver tnkrn or known to lie ii'ual." ('inns, Pivi
begins. The result of this liimeutntion liquors ih.'l us ('itiZen; they possess the As a plc.tunt phy ii or for di-otders i t-f NOTICE.hy "'oi-Linen_ Onui the bust titait-ijaht "
of the county goetwet at the pending is carbonic acid induced tinder light to legislate whenever (what they the Hvr th .y will always civ icrf'eIoitisfaetion. Bytruue "Y 81) the T1cn.urh! n.atI_

election. It i is a fact beyond the influence of water by the action of the consider) their social rigliU an* invaded I IliviasA JOINKR.O S\jItjuiu,Malpiinrs.; County Judse of nni-Ifor l\Z3T I \t ioii; : SHOEING to Sgfontiffp
the starch of which ''i\ the social acts of others, and they County, Stat.or Florida. ex 'rr-isin? prthats.powr. accoding _Principles j
gluten upon a portion
: that cl-iim r WnsUlnet I rtt r. *. (!flto3 S- )t that <
dispute a of the side and
great amount liqourhas i is thereby converted into sugar and then use of liquors invade me. the un-lrr-iirnert seornnisiontrtn.1 ei'r-
brf-n hold in the the ii irt'i ulcohol. It is then baked. Thus n these social lights. So mojiMrou.s.a (Vcour regular Cory ro: lert.) spin rfatcstntffitiiatec in sahl 'o>inty rf Rru.1forsl

rounty well-baked loaf is composed of an infim'enumlier p! 1fl(1Pe is far iijore d>mgnoua than any \Vnshincton. !>. ('., Orl. 32. 1R9 h'r>nuins: to tfic estate o' Sarah C.'f'ii., ?

'Jast two years, and without a doubt of cellules filled with caibonic s Iie. inttifcreiice with libe-iiy; there isto Senator Quiyhts been makiiig thinsrsas i.lure of HiilslwM-oiifrh N'W. \ir'iieof Countv.the Star anthoritv of n.ii-iil.v. ''L9RGANS BAZAAR1!

most of it has been sold right in a rid gas and apparently lined with*a gui- violation of I liberty i which it'would not lively! us possible fir PreM-ijnt llarri- ed in TOP a si-fh t-tIn1I..joner. I will soil in frurit
out liuous membrane of silky softness. It is J justify; it acknowledges no right to any: son Hiis w. 'c.U. H<* is unik-c JoiMl to huvremiiitleil ihei-OMrt lioiiM4nnrhiithe town of Stnrke in

_ town. It was plainly the duty cf this which rives the light elastic. porouconslilutiou treedi'tn wlri'ever. e-xcept. perhaps to I tlw Prc Mient of iiiaty .us. otL I the s..'<: oountv.o1 Bradford,*on Monday th* 4h, E P. BUILDING.|
day of \ovnib -r. A. D. ISM between thi* letfil
t these temperance to that to bread. H is true bre.ui: t that of holoing opinio'ia ii, secret witlioutevr both omission and comirus-4mi,, | i-it be hour n* -.IP. at public auctio the f ilt. in';.
i__ people see may be made by an mtificia] fermentation disclosing them. In pursuance of would buve much preferred forjtlini.\ HnUf llipestat- >aid deordpnt: The XI VofNWVrtf -3-I-- --uw4444.--i-.__,

4 the law they had prayed for o Jong l hut in this respect Ln-big remark ppcakii.g i this du'l rifle ihcie- have recurred inst.inceH I Mr. Qu .y is of i lie opinion I that )Pie>idei.t Action 30. Tp 7 S Rare 2 I. containing
of list stands b need of obUleal irty acres more or lecs. Maid landn soldto. :i:: :a & L :EJ :E
L of the fermentation obtained tyranny iinpaiallelerl in hibtory. e4 : was enforced. They have !ln: n f3l is. by yeast : j>ay dr b's. Terms cash jnirehasor paving rotlitits. fermentation is tint only. tLu: best When a foreigner conteinpitef! rem vnl I I iiardimn; nnd it is rqure llt--iu priit-- IA B RH 'nr.s.p SCHOOL BOOKH STATIONAKY OF ALL KIMlS
r fled with) being indifferent spectator* and simplest. but likewise the most er-1 Vi.nomical a new home ho takes Ill) the constitulinns uhlctbalthe junior senuior fn iu thi-, *'th. t"& Com.n! ..ifJ.TM % AGSNT

3 of I of tin Uniled. Stutcs. and! of tbe tate of Pvnn yjvnnia, who thinks tlie tid
waiting for the authorities! to do the way iinparling porosily'ti- bt'
: Notice for Publication.K .
several niiniatr.iiioii owes, its cxstnci to hint ,
: tileati. This shows in a rematkablc mar.- .SttttS: and &nd thai no sublet I?I
.-"\rork, until nothing has bcvn done,p ner (lie ,iflhiiiy' cxiilinglN-lwten bread aidIxrtr. any nation in 'he world rcce-iyes. such s s&nttc i cuiy h.i ticet.F.t thAc guin'ianship.MahoneV 1FCt K 47 &.SISESVI.LE. Fr..v .

1L -.- and everybody is guvted. If liq- Il is a Dnsitive lh.l H pciciptible full: iI.erty ancl prntrcUon as does the citzti L- : rii-nns her are quietly htdg- : H !iery: s'Ci OctotierlD that tin* ii.iN'OTIO fallow-in i SEA-SIDR LIURARY AXU I'INE ('IR

r i amount of nicuiliol 1 still renins; in (if hue Ui'iud States Hut, shot!? Iii; ,...., Now IhrV I *tay thai fee tItS huh ii' .( I 'rtt1.r his filed noiica of ILk int"---
our is not to be sold, then ?c* ilia! yeaM-iaised bniui after baking l-ut( Ihf finds ns.-iny of our stale statutes its lyrap- jiI&i of U-ing ehcli'il; but only weal into (1.111 t.> fiakt* tl i il 1 pn .)' ir Hippurtof Ins cl.i.n.r.n'l JSUHSCKIPTiONHKCKIVED"1
nif-al: its our constUutinu the citiuydgii in order to gt abs'tluu etti- t1:..; >!?.i-l }>-< >f will in.mate ef"r KcK'r; OU ANY i'AHKtl OR MAGAZINE ,,,
it ia nut sold. A law iu butnot ar.iouiil of alcolio] it much less iu stale U hita rah. Did
: nan\e : tttg of llie b Tiit Iiror U. S. taut Olflee, at (...xi'tsviFioriUa :!*-. i soliciieil.iudprinnptatt.titiiu! : givf llASTER'S .
t biead. forrigni-is unrestjiul! laws parlv Jy-icVtN'iV b-n Unit :
ntr statute .
,o I
l Irj .-fie;'t'is i worth nothirg.t The production of mall: liquor luarsa L well is they do the fundainei-taklawa of r CouM MX up the delegation* to the UeSnatkmal I onDKCXMBEU! jTII.: 1&S1.) -

striking similarity to the production$ ofbicud. r the tried t then the I tide of emigration rciultitan{ rcnomiiriting: c :ivcnGt v- Jo! n Pinsii M-1.ra-. Kia.. It E. Xo. 1TSS$ '; .
(or I)m NWfrJTp'SKiintr) >*SJE. Hci.diiTihtht Florida Trunk
caiiu.fl <>ck Taken, the chief diCVmire being in fbi mould M turned in another direction. tjuti. ThU i hi not a very lilkolv s'oiy. ai.d f iI..v.u! wtu .v* to J>roiv IPS i-.urtuu.os jupr am'! irtae of a fiusliletrep K>ulrjr Line.LOKIDrt .
; K D Hagamaii 100 hares qiiHiitity of grain imploded and the wateradded. i The XatuwaA TertPrrance Almanac- it Would he Jiivi at well for the Vii Muai; risi..neituw'u. a fl' 'rv iu'ii o*. said In.I.I viz: out of the Circuit: C'-iurt tr the Fo'irth Ju ?clilt'ircuit

N J Jones The ou.. itilended to produce aMIid I tiinntcs the value of liquora consumed Iu DenioccHl.n tj. kep up Ihe lively fig'at they[ (iurt, ( lctnt !Sr..U -orgariie*.f I lori':*. i t in and for Bradford Coy :itr.m : CENTRAL
0 t'hanrery Sittiiv. n ramo thereiti. wl.sitiaNifi'oLis
rimlM. nil of Mvlrose. Fl- .
htagm.uJamuc rii'!
| food is baked ; the other, lo produce, t the Uidted States \yitU the pecuniary Ion are uv>ki IF I) Miner, go liquid relreiliment, ii boiled.) The ai.d damage occasioned thereby! at fifteen Sutiitics uticndy collfcle.l i by thr v.'PWfi _ _-
Morgan Hros., 2O 4if nuking beer is us follows: Tliemailed bundled millions of dollars aud U scU bureau aiia' thai tl.r nivvbrvoF iu NOTICE OF 1H.EG'I'LN.T' n.i.f-1.1 ll'ghext vl! iiil ofTnr Ii-s.t fur bM.'fcr.iali.ut in w.blic front o of tcry the t** the Formerly Ib. F. K. Je X.Co,
: Tate !! i ia is down the number of ii\illa in:the .souiK have mure lIMIt itU4bhel I
Powi'4 5 barley ground ll t then mushedwt'h | drunkards .at six AI '. A'rsNQri.r.. the Factors of. fuc -ro"r. iu tri TiK-n i>f tartcu-. Lbs Cut Standard Time r *d.
1 U Wrhh, 10 hoi wsiter.; the sweet liquor or worti hundred) thousand. If t these figures givene since ItISO. f.iun'v of Itradfiinl, S-tate of FlorMa: ;- Hffiri-saiH <.0 Mn;>ilaT. Nnvrinber4tli, .*-. f) 1 -June 8, IUL
i is cxtt-Klc'd.I a poili'.n of hops added ; h be correct, we find (that fifty years of total v. hull wan warmly! ijn'Ptcd, by many KVO\V Vi:. That in pur>.u.oice of an orJt-r IfS a'r4u'iIrHU. iulHril I itotime foilot'jiii I 7 :SOUTHfcltN_PIVXI 8l_I 4"Art
,, (tPYonn 'I 10 whole is then boiled until the abstinence agitation with its a.dmirers during the short stop he nx-ifl.. made in open seio by the Board of County i! -scnli.i ieil vstaio. iho property o5 J L Fraztr preservative open nocie- last foiniris ii>ners f-f aad Cam"ty on the Till il iv o'fOLt..i a-.t !3iiuii ouU ho.uvr b.i said Couary aivttHte: 7 6li> II 4,5 a Lv JncLgonrillclv Art I IO I 10*.
i 5 quality! as well us the aroma of the hop i[* tics, SeCret ofJecs. spee hs. tnicW. newspapers Moiulav. lie called on .1 lou, >cr. A. Ji. 1SSO. that tIee will Inan Election *nut Li. 'W.i .*ru1 Irs.-ri t d u-> the soutucast j' 6 ) p II i : Callai> nI.T Ar I f.i u 5II59p
A number-of others have agreed 1 oiiiaini-d. niiii nfler coolifiij. it is fermented { antI ltI1)bb1t1. luws. assisted by Samuel J. Huiidall. :nd sppt ne-irly a-: hit 1 in said :'ou tv on th loth day n' Nov ter <>( fir .'.uthno"t qum-ier and the M>uth-l ;t 12411. I ldmiii .1r 142i' SUklMi
with yeiibl lo produce the small quantity tie cry of the ignorant, aided I by spies atitntotiflrs. lieu? w;,th him. Mr. Hand-ill I is iii tin Ii nilier to determine wh'-tuer .rn"t Sr.iriI.Is. quarter of thf .v' t quarter. S r to take stock but lm\o Vinous or Malt Liquors >bali 1> M'llingiiilC'outr. t) -two, Tt.wis'iip --cvp-i. s-mtli of Range twenty Oo5p103ip: 1Kpstsrp Ar SUrLeAr Ar 1128 3L1L
not eon alcohol i and lielter. and ti be well be- *
yet il ai expocti entirely
I and itile. sustained
con us I
lo. give by some of fbi as pro kIted for in Chapter 3700. Laws of utie east. Coiitninii.g Light)' acri'-. nir>rr orliys.ll. WaldoAr Ar10i2a
cludfd just; lit jntnount they will I churches, has resulted in an increasing I fore congiess meets. Florida.Oneu. W. EFgas5. 1120 i. 3 i"J p Hawthorne .trl'1[ 200 a11)ft42JpAr >
1 Liquor aud bread nre equally necessary consumption of alcohol drink and in 1 | The iuternal'iin-il maritime i conference hour invhaud aNd >eat cf of'..-e. r.t J. r. FH.izZ Special Mfritcr. Ocala Ar| 9P7 | 111'Ul *
carr. For particulars apply 10 thi in met hero \Ve.t S'ari.t. this tie 9llJ iar! o e>cto!.cr. A I'. i-9. Coiiiiaivr.t'i.| SoKcjtar. 35taI pL\r Wjidwood Ar QJa
? to our well-lteing. for it it were a calamity: one fourteen of all the males being miscrable lnea.Y aim I i mr : jz.I L [Sfc.AI.1 W..T. ;t scs October 4n. 1-8). 5 1-1 ftfiOOft lOp.Ar 50p
rffice. Fruit to be deprived, of eo would il be dituikiu-'N. What electing Aua&aal VTanklin prei.iticiui. I-cesburg Ar 7Sa 5p
groweis are especially one. 01 { more proof do Clerk Circuit Court S 401 Ar Taisres Lv 1j0a TOOp.
I v he other. Liquors have conferred benefits we want ? And I venture to say that tem- Delegates r.; present fnun every marilime ().t11fl.I 3! AST: Kirs i-tIJr.I 1 1 : iAr C'rlando Lr 543

urged to tukr stock.t _. upon umnkiud which cannot be overestimated perance rightfully ii td. is a blessing but cou'itry in (lie world except i'o'lugt1!. NOtlCt.! rndrrnn.1 by \irijeof flnal decree iwiintf t ..L.1 ___ t TAMTA V'N. | SO
; for more people are Yearly abused it is the greatest curse. Assigning Th* meml oJi\ Cntiinei are all: | out ofthefir.-uit Court of the Fourth JIK'.UU! .
West-found 2IIueri saved from an open grave by a moderite the populutioa of the globe to be one quite Ltu'V pctMttLiu* their antuiai upo tH.ajl \\7HF.RKAS, David I.. Alvarez. admtaNtrato.-of j Circuit t.f Florida in add for Bradford Count*, Lv LT JncksonTllle Wlldwooa Art Ar) P510 Kttp.eoop.*.

: 8i y"s the Bluffs Globe' : There use of liquor than what are sent to the thousand millions, at l' tut nine hundredmillions of wbjcb. hrtVe to be Wi live hunts of the CoJinlv.f the State tateol of Florida M. P. lirttrn.iii0 dt eased. it has Lr.fii-d!dh>rd jo j I Imy in ChMJoery5tunpr.* A. Knight .v i.i. t-omplam\-1 21 cause therein.and whtrr Abtam siTlioma > 5-Wa Ar P nMoftke Ar

rn< a pijrlit* at lie transfer lusl evening guvt* ahead of their time by un excessiveuse use some kuu\uf alcoholic stiir.ulaul. .- Presitiit Define- can complete his message ofticp a surge-turn of the insolvenry of" suit Lawto i ii d -f n'lnnt. 1 will offer for >>aIc! at pttl>- 7 61 l.i *ai8U5m Ar Sumtnrlll. Ar ?30p
.' Hint brought U-nrs l many; in the holditv* claims afrain--t .it J I e-tpiit. to .4.< t.c! >J the Court Hoive iloor in Ihe Towa of ac Mxhec Ar
jHTgntis UH lucy loukeii iiiHm'a big crowd nicresc the secretion of tbeligolive remote aniiquity. common to l oth say- news from Mont.ina? nskcila L sarutin Swrlf. $5.ia Ar PadeCity Ar Sl5p
wv offlce. ituh' autli ntrtMtPii. in tiC
County Lt1.t'tai41,
on or hy on MuniKl .
>f l o'1ow-iyed rm-n. niosl of whnm wtie juices and promote the solution itge and civilized peoples and resisting: democratic senator of a; '.-n-, the Sv.'Oiul il y of January A. IX ivi't.: oa whth I jlh. l>. IH'-'J, nt la o'clock i-tainl-i* l Xotriwhtf tun**, liii. 135)a :Ar Viont City L 4 p.t .

iu rsi. uii'I h.iu but liitlr 5\ili! tlivra In 'if tin: food!, Robert %Ward in ids Fallaciesif the remonstrances of tin philaiitropiKt.ii ator "Ye's," re-plie i the republ.wir. da th'Tt- will tie ma.n p'rolinti* 'I li :ri'iifiois t.f j r'.ll<.\riic ICM-ni < jirojiertv t<>-wt: l -. u.tunat -a-- t U t CEUAUKEYU. J 14 .

_ ; cituotl fparcfU' any iil'Uiey' Tlicre wcie Teetoialisui, thus lem.irks: "I have (-ce s.iiily arises from n natural ccaviiig "WclIJ* said the tieinociut. "it sppar tome tin.thi.uis.+ ". of itI1 l estate tt'iii a tie c.vitiUini of J tbf j.inth'AVdt i tit ..eiCthe northwest ijuartrrt Tiir;: l.r JarksonTOlo ArlLT UO' SlOs
V.1 I'M19 7 the! pnily. ni.d"ll.vj WITT from aid thai alcoholic liquors may be of man and is one of those instincts vt bit-h that" y< u feli'iws. are pretty Irud lo: Witness'an. tny baud and seal ): M-iy ?lth A. ship esTllla Ar S ls 2)p
4tiL Elifli IAVIIi tb I It1i.t5. \\licii) I: lung butler tlinn either food or physic the wise statesman guide into the satisfy. P 19 \\ M.Y.*. iI.t.erra4. fiiiir hnniliert and fv i.ty "t -ct. thince eas xLi lOISii 4 1F Ar Archer L* 525 $ (Slip rsi ]>rivflis! on eeiy h iid. notwitli- \\ed-MiotaUvH\s_ waul food we1 rirp safest channels. The fanatic who attempts From present indic.ition Ucc'l Mill not [hK.M.] (CVmniv 15ce. liiiu'irtt itxlthiriy icet. thr-nce north two him -. 4 i.7IX.'i i..' r Bronion Ar .7 4t4 a .. -

I.Iaiuling the strike it wllkkl. except at( iiequiie physic. A class of wine or hue"r to abolish its use is certain 10 fail Ihe I i have- the dilticiilly 10 U-iug ,.lect t ili-iil twenty um tf! ti-si t thence feet. t'irnci-th west f.,ur hiinilrinl sail. ... .. Ar t'edrKey I.T 530.

1.: ;_ blMi< Tin so meu traiiy all reinuy| l 1)( useful refreslimenl when tic(! prac'itMl: MVO-I u ho endeavors to prevent ed speaker of the Uoiise. !it, i- sLipdiI| itti Notice of Election.Boar.l t, ilu-nrr w est two not humlred two hundred ft- d ten auit feet t-- -9_ i i i WESTERN DIVN a i w

ItmiIu- but hwy could| gcfonly 72J centIH.T sti'iinich is not prepared for the reception its abu'c ii.ay succeed. When the IriglUful by live adniiinsirtli in. Tiic dciunciats t iu Wtmet&'ti tti of Tlililie ln'fnn-tln for place of licg riving, containing in all a MUt o. ; Pi 7 15 ativ; Jacknonville Arl 345p p815ft

im for mining nnd only work, bat ftime. of the one, and the system has no nx-ed of eqiienceiof the criirue of drunkeuniss I- the House would probablv pritsr I nit itr of the County of Bradfurd. St-i'. of Florili.t hivr- lour uvre i 1040p1 soulit 8llH"r-SftaUr Baldwin Ar aoop 1P

Tby buve been l M-ked out for the other Excessive physical Li'.jort Ions and its effects on piivate health and' the oilier candidates to !iicd; '>*.i sdhcr clnte-l .1 ypceifll scliool suV'listrict of sail J. I.. lfiiz;. J.Special O. ALVAA-i Motiter, I! 1J.5SP 027.1r Live Lake Oat City Ar A- 13360 lZMphItt&95

1' weeks and have U-eu $livinc on charity endurance of hunger, or anylhiiiir which jiiblic inoials ale coiiMdei ed they Ijecomeof too much of a thick amt thin iiaUivin !I.. Si-otio County t 18 In;*F..S folivin| of Sec.tprrirorv.21 l: ?;.4 o to-witr S-T. atVJtf AH of of CVnipl *il'u.r s 1iitor.. 1 4!) a U 1'8 a 1 \r Madison At P 1 25 a

-. One nf tbcm Milled that Ins family lias has a debilitating influence itffecls tinhppelite : I the deepest inteie-sl, and the problem; occupy the spe.-vkerV clmir; but ti! il ii ilu Sf otUi 3*. and t hf Wi of S. i57.. all in Toun- ( lu-fol er Li. i 8J.XOTICK 4 1 '! Monticello10a LT 10 1* a 51
Lnd for solid food ami of the reason hat the inliiK'.iC ship, S Uan ? I'. in sil! 1 I 3"ipr Taisbusee Lr30li 9(5's 32ft*
meat thee liints tlnce Alarch. Tbeir; unfits the suppression nf the abuse of stimulants Teiy of th.u ar.l- re 'Il-en-foio : FO PUBLICATION} $ QJa, > Ar Lv 8O t5&
. fateHS.. in the nmin. suit, potatoes nodrorn I stomach lor its reception. At such times onethat requires llie best p.IWeT'S ininisl ration is I being give!" lo ii lie. notice it la. or.lenst ii. Utrbypiven 111 it an that Election nn elftion will b will' li Ii'-li KI and.-M I.AMO OrBICe 9:tI) at l 4 0.1 puAr| River Junctlo-.Lv_ OS a,'10 $

, menl and beans. an4 many H urn; alcoholic liquors me found to have a lan of the wise uyd thoughtful for its true ----S -- In Ptarke. Ho'rula. on WtliNKSDAY TNKa.TH AT fiAIJfESVILLK5epteInher2l3t.. IS-fl Ft.oait. I Trnii.a X.w I.S. 7. 8. 10. W. W daily. Nce.1.

nothing but corn bread. Coffee was a tidal effect upon some constitutions.lit'Ih ) '. solution. Deafi.esCan't 00. Cured DAYOFXOVEMBKR, :\. D. MP. for tl.ppiir- N'OTif'E' ii herchy gjven that the follo 'inK i I '. 23.1C: daily except Sunday i 3i daily eFtAMTjACKSOXVILLE'BRta.
luxury. Many of their children did not in affording present refreshment and The model civilized being will 1 1ly htbitu.i1 Il I- by locs.1 appliralioii, a' they cannot reach pOS of 'Ipeidins wh"llipr tIme said -.ub <)i. tiicthhallbenrniaUv H"ttlf" "hf.; fiMl notice of ti-s Intf I :iloiuiIu:.

lint*, tl.itliitig cuougn'to' cover their imk- in pteparmg the system for a more sub l practice moderation in regard to the llus); dL i.tri .
a-e : r wil
-. etlncbH. Uutil Ft auk Luwlcf! commence)Ii] Htaiitial diet," etc. At a lime of mental 1 indulgence of the natural appculs ul only wie way to cure de.ifiu-ss. :ami that pilvilrgosmtil ojportuni'ies i s.sid subtlibtl.ict. AVc k pror of Circuit> mude at Starke bf f>re, Kloi W.-Uul T.. No..Xa.l3.( NO 5."T .

:, ... the work tf rollccting food 41flI guimeiit S depression it iivise to tak-i a, glass of passions.. Hul it would be the greatest is by constitutional remedies. Deafness and rlsn t>r the pmrxior clrctin;: I ')MiVKMhER: SEVEN(!. 1841k viz: fl' 10 05 a 6 00 A r Jacksonville Fernandina Ar ftSOa 50P 4
i i'r tlitm and wine beer. Dr. T. K. is caused by an i intin>el t-ojiditi-ni fi three School Tristefs in mil 'orM .u' 'li-t'-ict; I Ji--t: : CMVER.if; IU'KP UutlprFlrtiM p LT 715 a 30fTruino
or inisini ti.
_' a be ; nid this be hhedUr l Chjmheis Says; tulle for our country to. be ruled by t at which Klcctionppisoiial *. I
Tux .
4 oily liayt'ri. on rcnl or I Ii n I. N. IKK. for ifcor sianul No & and G daily excrut Sunday. So*
# 'if gratitude antI added : II is certain that the habitual: d.iily IHCot the lunatic temperance workers; they mucus lining of t the Eustachian Tube property within i mid sub Ji-.irict will be j S! \ .S f U 'I p ."> S o' ItiiiRp 1 9 K. Hrt sir>f,''I| 6 and 61 Sun( -y only.
. l.n\\lerjs a rind of the ppor; God ble&? .5! a iiiiall ulluwance of iileoholic liquor \Vulil not only send out of our country When Ibis tube gels inftuneil you haye; a entitled too: i I I d-i.i! log \vitnevstf, tt> prove his co tinuous! ro9-'| 7h a in NSew7 >rlean tjtprrw. nhortent"""'"!
Lim!" bestow mi a Itre cluss the nervous energy -. hundreds of millions of dollars to seek n- rumbling sou IK t or iiu vrfe-ciion h :_ ; and when it j closeiK fir the I'ounfy of 1'rttdfoid. j :M. H j'arKev. J. U. Jh>w ling.J. Q. John I Jf< bil a.ariXew :15 5.
"I'bete men concluded !u jjot > Rock necetoai to tligest food enouuh I to Vestment where Ih.e laws are nu>re liberal. UvuiiteLy D -afnrs* IJtutv1; of Floi ill.i. John.Ci ct: all .t Lak >on. and < | OrU.iim. a a.
Sutler .
:. J.:: tpringi. aud after Imrd noik tiunsportuvuu exist upon mid to get through other vitalnk and thereby chug Hie Wrh9ls) of industry r. is the result, and ur.legs the innamn Attest: 1>. U Ac.vA.3jEz. ? .tx. LT i t loi>CU.Ida.Ai Keziater. :*.IOn.JlMit ml:,.jnierr.trftjid connect NAshrille.through St. Lout'toTbon.asvilU CUcinnati. --

: tiiiti FfCUied. Tleir families ate Ite. futu;It'flS. Ity I his stimulus t they are fit- bnl would also lake the bread away from can be lak.e-u. out and this tube restored ,I.Scirttt r HILL. fliB-a,-oand all poinu X< i
g taken care of by n relief committeeHint ahlrd to be useful nicinIK-IS of boii jeit.. hundreds of thousand limitst sons of toil I. I' to its normal condition, hearing will i b>* StaJke, Florida Ot Tih. 19. Saster's Sale. Arrive al S45 j:> nt..an4 3 4: |> a,.

Ibeninera who remained behind and tuatcud of the mete drones they mi l lUcCunieduritig ami offer t them nothing but a dlnne. Many destroyed forever; nine caes out of ten Vv %irt no r.f and in of 11 i |> :n Mftil amid Express or sit pnts5OUth
puj s.iAnce an order GainPSTilK (i .
; aril aia. l *
iic H' uoik."It ; the rest of tlu-ir .cjstetiet.. I say; Hie drinking caloon is a grealIcfnpt'ition are CVised by cntarih. which is t.othin! PKIXTKKiX.:; (leti.ooi ill Hot.. Jauies U. Baker, Jud ru oU* Orlaud I'n.aR.Ttre(cshurp.Catharine. L>*doU J. ,.
bn Id-en a bard and dt-sporate Mrup ,- under a toUl ubstincnev i rejimeii.i I t to the y''trig. and should bill an imflnmrd ronditioo of the mucus A rouiii: Jm'ieiil Circuit of Kiorim. '

!te.** 'Hid onci.f the 'ntn. ':-Mud we b* : THE SOCI.XL ASP1.CT OF THE LIQUOR j Ihni-forr l iii HlKlished.Vliata f ally I Is surfaces.. We will give One Ilundrt-d JurRtCAL INK ia FOR just \\iuitu AlVERTWrRS.PRINTERS' to be."a .- IS C'oiiity i'J.) ill a of matter Bradford vi hi-rt'n dated Letter October Cohiu 2AI.Uconi A. Ii. 1 I 5 South.. Oo p in ijivi l. couneeta through for alt pctoM.
purports l Tarai
PoHars : i.eestzr.
V* joyed ull! the I QCtBTlOvtorj it nut utterly i possible for any raw of I). afiis.. (r.iusi-d ptaiiiuut and James '
pioteeii'in uc ManL Tot t:> build up a jtmriul f-ir advertisers. lti-> issued on tho S. A. Snowdt nand Sirih S., irLindo. TarionSprir.fr4. S*>m norland. ?i-P *
a minor in the Spring Valley or treat[ II has been urged tbut the production i I cd I character without I remptat ion? I Is by catat rh.) we cannol care by first an dixtrid will advocate jircti-ciion in l!.< at d t.ahe of liquor is subversive of public teirptntiun not the Very and only html Inking halls l aJnrrh Cure. buT.d for represrnUtiVfj lurnu.1--Ihi* tr. k si) r *-d, as SptcicJ.Va>.lrrai>poiiil Hl by said Court,-j II45 a m Cujnhrlacit K.> ,t.- XprePP.CO1UdI
future. Idleness for weekb mor*!*;, such is hut the iuf. for I.- SpIliI t in winch a H>d character circulars free. -pi-k i>f Aiiiliiiii n'lveltisi-rs.. it, !flht! 1:1- .iii'jtion..u pursuance in trout of said decree. Will SC'.!. at pijhla1 1 1 t rnandia.i with stcani .r City of BcttWl1: '
cncJir.g in ntur expoionce g tea y ruling aiid mexp \Uoii but for Frjuk Ihtufou, nuii oilier. ,. ilemoiislralt-s precisely the opposite.( npi-n? hh'ii can anvi'na claim Vo pvssc hA tf P: i '.;uixv& 'ci, IU-A. -. l.vii iiuil vii. rr to l',4.n ot btai kttu tlie.->ai.l> of BraJiord 13 _I nooga. I.outsvhAinchzjmaU.J.AIOII.tl4iita.. t. Louis UChhao. *

tjia cuuctl w.." Dr.offeiu.. of the School tif Cheimslry. I any socuriiy in Ourucler until i U baa tiet fltiirui. _ -fi.le. O- a<'lvertihu-s huw u> Volte out ftI'u ajvertiso- A\tietMeen tILe iegti hours of 8ilon Monday, the 1 l ArriretttSOptt*
London speaks thus dcumidy and di>- < .mint; how to display one. *!iit iu\vp|>n.w. ..r.other Ifil day ot Di.emurr, A. I). 1.thesaneLw.sga ]I 4 ;30 p m Keroandina Mail ami Expmi daflf
) nK'ij) sallUy,
to u-&; how iiiu'i.-li to ux tnt-hi the 1uIiitliflg lunU lid.ife } except Sunday. Conneoingr and frid 7
jXy tiurlly : 1 clfve alcoholic di inks. lakeJi ] The pnjres of history are covere I with 'act. ilS4-iiirseH] on every poii.t that aJnuts <..f the prupt-ru of the -aid James S. A. Snowolni I with Menm SB. NivhuUn for avanaau sad W&1
) *- ; railrjuits wrrf wnlwiiliiu the liuiiis of temperance to tie a deeds if utility mid human kindnesshi uiofltahr! <|li..'iiii4i<>n. If you advurt.s.* at nil. layi wish Maibti-r stemrst,
I: in il', ani'.m.lford.ut.ji to aid docree,-itvi-te.! in said Count of {: nriorit.. AuiT Ji 50 a m. 'Suaday trata
1 bit
Vtnlcil ytiitc*. tvuM ( >l of lk.OUti.OW( menial anti rnt business xwiduettvl lor MoltKKAPlC ton .I' year in :uiUiTlinti ; if:0. aaJ describt tl tut fallows: The JuOi J It-HTM J ckib-nille $ 45 a
it: 1 F7.ES. in.
bodily i :
It puueisof man. c nil; >re wens anii uloon keepers. I have l'KlXlii: 4''l.VKiui.y buLl vl the -Kiutl.
t never Our offlo(ia Uniie. SJiowyouJio to oUt iii aiil ituucier of section 1 TliUi.rvf
j-3c. opposite ftate. Patent I'wIaywciTU-jicupmndof 105VOUiiiilcbi'f tin j./ni iu the iiatulMtions nf those who ktttwn double tni-. ju ar.- rijiw t! iitu half>it n >rthf i.-t
and .tt
*?<%W where the hungry wereus we can osrurep.itcnt in It-s- tiin-niidat 'cticej ; Ins 1"Hi- < iuijand the niuih I lor aU. poioU Xonh. East and Writ
( idilronit. 11,1,1, ] our populaii.ii! i nt.v enliii.sLi-t.c.ill: )' cnj; y the bl ---.siitf (( iiri.fd aUsTjjtiili an empty slomach. ortn le s cost than those rt-inotp from \\V.sliin/U hair the in.inev. .. yt-uia'Mit>ipii >i t.ts >>ut'! .we t quarter if uoriiea,4 quarter of nection p Vi) Callaluut to.alt point N.wth. Eat and Wrt>.
lins incased u. vt litacklhe a'.iuUe t. 1 thy sui,) of tulal hLstiaence. I have -t.N Snd morlel dra >!QK or nhoto. with ilescrip- ONE L i. i.A.a Kaini-U' ce-p cjais: I.-if K\c (!Jj. all iu township heven .7) borithot( .'Tin, r"trrimiil-. connrctine with uteaiwr CUT
: & only- lro< T oo I think that rburchis O-nts. rumce inueieen W
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tlon.Trad .t.m..i1j.iitug .ii ( etu-t
rtrtjir.i'jtu-i-d )
p Mxiv -g"li! i *. if jvtUsnuUilf or ) niiiiv c-on'aining two hutidrt tot brunswicic for Brun.wick AtliDu,
nut. frrv { Macon
yc-uii f-ra.tuicMrriilib I ti; J'.t.iii' of llie of this beif <> tnt uciei*,
L'JiUfil ti'ai opeiiiUtin i iic en was ever.ruog where the rumseller'sin : chair- Our foe not<)ue till patent ia secorv.). u.ic't.TstDod by trw. 'I tL.* coinlu. t II.-N jf < nivrcot lesa. Termg cw>L. l'ur ;l.a.r [1 and aU point North and \V xt,
lite Hdslssa.Uiju. 1b..oooouOyvli .- ian) Ku utiil. 1'tiuul ainj oi her I- iiKiney wa in it plainly he-aril. Allow me A LITTLE B .OX How M OWain J'atrn't" I PJJtXTLrjINK: uuUur.iKl it thcrmitci-i) fur Liies. I Ilet. I UiiUy Spwial to connect at Frnndina &V
; it t I'u-Mriit U i. VZtVk.:i..ttt fStf'ouy c- tnt- ?, utiiiI ei-u lakin Uit- l.i\v giound oflxd *o fiifl your attention J-nst to instance With names actual cUVr-U 1 i ymirMtaUCMIIH/ I .snreij ail\ke. L.wnli.i ai exiifraii.c t.iniori < [ Uuiiut w iili Knidswtck. (.4*. Lra.t Jackm-1*
one lliau Jth.
: or town t. tii'V' lbt* >' &E' wit; S.eif A. D. iVia. .
COO.tCO. O\i-i our t-iUrwids Wire Hint sent free. AilJn s. jn.i AGEO. ;- SpetuU Mu.trr. I .*i. Lea,, Frrnandina 11 ArriT Y
C3T1 nrtiiurIot K i.lLtlsahsiaii.rr! a. m.
i x'uss
which .iIesj -
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u College was and I is ; .- P. RQWEJ-L & CO'5
latt sear 4,3OU.VU ycuplt nt:4 C3UIO").- ttiuukird, : btcd. 1 fir.d it iuiou*siblc I to: i OA biistaitifirby the late Matthew C. A. SNOW & ew''ai) r A-Hfrtisli K L.jtii.. I| NOFIUlers andina 11153. Arrive Jackv A. MacDonnalt...|,.il 12:15 noon..
cull ivIaZ (rc.zIa'i wtre Lr8l1Iurli.d U'i'fttrede' to tb il ,iiiou in al CO. ii) Siliir ."., _"ew Vorii.
prop lipc' :, cn;asjrtl I oiiv UJI!! HU wt| \i-iblity. According l4t in'fSpt-rU-tiov a lje\\iijj! beer, and ihi> institiitiocof lean Opp.( t5 Patent Ofce, Washington 0. C. j I j I'oujH cleca33 n* Itu'eofcd 1. will comu to the forwartl est *tc of 8jarsI, i lira ilMnajter.

i1.1l11oets Ttic c-.j:Hal iitvi !i"4 in uitn ,- pledged absUiiier is lm> fitquenilv i :t ! na loi lilt; (U utitit to I the lire%%'er..Hatlhew II[ iininedjattreitlc'iit Ut. a. d HI Il pintjuX toij |p4. S. Penning-ton rra :tIauger, ,
:'- "on -nil iqiipMirnt :a.t.ui : h cict. tl.uaddii. :YI, pV is>.ir and a pride to America, Te! hi SthUh m. BROWH'3 iSO?! BITTERS > uuM fr.t4ea.t--d within pies lit thriu diil>
$3 O.G.(}Oe.000. aud the VCattY payment to ticthcr I Il ihi-n-r wis-- AndU ofe iroubleiVwUh nervoimneM ll:f tmi crHy $ SHI. is L'natsI t ::et t ( f i-iir last Florida reeiiltinj I tithi.a 11'jtu.e ll Many Persons
:. : ; labor and uxccii, 600.UO.fOO.Aintfican ). UgisUii from care or orerwork will te relieved by taking Cures Indigestion, tilioiwncss, Iivspepsia. Slalaria w tit p.K.tA: in lur oi tber reui-
for Mipi.h-f| uuv i&r to inltiuro uilu IL.! S.aI I t''mir: I ii,:' ii-j. ::: : : i/t the eld law that Broivn'x Iron Nervousnen. ai.dGeiu-ntl lability. I'hyilcUiu ety.. ViNOlit I.. (ia&.1R, Are broken down from overwork oeb0iiPS l>o"*
: .,-ClIrtflC btbiti of a pcopio, and il it daugr.ui* i r q.1ttijirt thl IU4uufdcILIrC t wia U.tin Hitfertt. G.DUI1S recommend it. All dealers sell It. Genuine L't.uifl4itu cares Brown's Iron Bitters
4 trwto wkaiI moiwd red Uaat on rappvr.. Sirim- i (ID.
Mtrt&te taek sad
a-imgQd red Lines I
onrspp.S rebuild the system,aid d l Mtion.raaarW' -
J II of Hfc. and evrw malaria. Get tbIIS




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I Ij BEDFORD COUNTY TELEGR/PHJ\ Miss Jessie Jcnos entertained ft 1 I ', ."I'assuii," saH a colored man to Matter* (furTlifSN .IU"fI p-\.r.Meis, tlroiu3ate I I Prnfc-utor lUpjr.. the 1)14 INi d..i'

,company, ): of young folks at her home his spiritual advieer, reekin you's p Ia ivt:: I't for: D,y vruglrcnu j 1
.. : c Fiirnn-rV: ..Hon\.r. \- l 11LV
j OY4AKIIIG 1 1't' ---- --.------ -- '- --- --.- Tuesday evening.Mr. I I gwrine ter take dat watch baek I a nut-tipp .n'd a ;r.itl lit1aMi.* nt (. ",. in tbtf War i5.f!!.;!. :t. wb nMiubU b. couLl pq6

I Starke, Ha., Oct. 25, !ISh!. i i Cook, of Highland will be '.: bought 'om you Tease hit wrn't Oi-l. 24. |Fanners fn,in nil over I hfwill 'Imle mv .;.;.: .ii.H .1) &l.t1nt.6pberkal
.1 .--.-" '_._--" "---"--,.-._-- -- i interested i in t.il1l1tJ'Y. i i :. run." "I nebber said hit would run.Didn't If prifeuim. and the O,' lli ins wi! gite rants aDd di.turL.uasd receir '
't' our A few them t'Ll I 'I'me. from distent' if observationBtituted .. La- .
1\ wc
Local affairs. more shares are left yet.Cnpt. yon ax me if hit was gwinetoo a SMVUV. r. > 'vswithaT reports, -'
i Flc'rhill! rralinmrr h-r **'
I low on Tin
fast or too ? "Yes. \h'I out of which our|'rnt>. riiil I scrviocsysten
:?nd :li-m. A. L. Kim crop ihU jenr to;,,. e\vr d.I ne Inf'rehy I ,
For City Marshal von Maid you couldn't make hir run (uncrown, ami on the I.ab of this enter*
\\ ? Bo 1III'ot' I i.f fruit wildi: ? s-oM? !i. ,,
(entertained a H.1t.t! their '* pri*, asllrt iliJi-uc- relate -la bar book s,
at either ?
8ec'h' \Vat
party .
flit-mis of why 011kh..kin'
The Mr. D. L. Alvunz take the crove jainl shipped 1 to tins Eshinsrr.. i

pleasure in prcsfiiiins liimlo lime riii7t is residencen Monday evening this fo' denI! done loir yOU lion-' Ibid! lbifk -our c"tlon. in tl.: HilvieoA > :! there Profewor wo henry r.oqjc U.A.V:;t reniarttc4 in low miDd to th&'PrO-bar tbftt

nf Starke for City MniIiuI. find e;.rni-iiiv! \J Jholicit *.\ ivk. .:., ." tally yon kaint make hit run, FO dehaggain Hi.i nee b"uinnxers. HiiJ nolliinzcan l 11\.1 f-.or .py "GoJu.i t. rvertkI al .father -

their support.' FKIEXD I Waldii rneichants are left this .)4 am your own r "pon ihlh- hToniilsV| ?? l uiilens nil: slick t g;ll.rr. of tba prcneut .i nul sen I. of tile Cnitwl

I. >eaon (Iii cotton. The farmers drh'erih' tation. Wen will you niggahs lam Tin- Rn-i.nUr says that lie' Maiitaw States, i>L<''l'bnoC') v! Stcr,tV h ri&t fad Ut*'
t Al. \Vn rt-lnnise !is ta it..I*&a!liir.eQtuul; 4iit SUOCVB.'*
machines Cleaned) ? county mice K ctrt* way I:
Sewing and it- that common niggah s nSt.
through: town and briniheir
n< and its trtf lion wili I lsii na s.n as practicable' -I IYafeur Hynry UI tWit the charts now ,,
paired. Apply 1 to J. L>. Da\is:: i at I cotton to fc'taike.IV'r. From the Way back County Rearguard ) used in 11:' lOv-.c* were K-ntiou! (with son

btore of R. .l. Alvarez.Arrived : "We understand Grunge limit llie rih) moditIc.\tM ;>tn..i.*t. tb,-OId Storm' .JICIng"
: Ueejis of Bmm'ol1110 : that the % :.t n :mri eltspliL'E'tICrflCd
was : o..r-.t't.,1 fr UJK* ut toj1 mes..wukgt7
l.lnmt Flrrit'a' Frnir
POWDER in I the dta. few days this week, informs mangy rat who runs th Co nstown time cal bureau ..f th*> *.'iky&rUMjnt wluia fa* i' i
and Mli
another car load of the ; nt ilic-ilcar Ir-; srr' w- .
popular" us that the gins in that town Jew larp broke his press the other i ire in <-iinncti;T tllt'ft.Jlh.. Thi-y nv. not was ct its bc:.t t _." .
"SWEET HOME FLOUll. : day while trying to mashorn with : A zir ,':TiieLnient 'mils to -: -
Absolutely Pure.Thi had: not yet ('oml1llu'ecfto run. "'ltl;! to M-csthe jrr"' iTt snfTi-r nndbn ctlX'd ; '.
Tliis flout hu ;5\Vii' pfift'ct hatisfap- it to save toll at the gust-mill. On I ip a io-CiiIfl! irnsi |let jirulcci I tliem Mrs. H.rtfLv'u.i ty Oca. Uyer. Prot' '

powder never roriwi. A marvel of purity.trenth tion ar.d the sales of it ha\u i-xet'cd- It is now time for t..e Texan 1 pony publication day he puts his forms : HutI; fov.' ,.Ts buy"- l-ff n 'pritrettst l Espy wa for sevor-i! >w.f N rxg at of u.' .'
anti wboIeSOL1WflL lore eonotn1Ca1ibia trd man to show auain. The drnerai long tilt will!! l.ip their Smith.-:*!::.! b.iut..llr..1 was brocSh; iAt4J.
; and not bt' .01.1 nC'omplltltloD our greatest exportation. Trv. 'up ,- the floor uses his vvilV* rolling emiIgm orange1"
ca ,
rh" ordinary killJS. upon .' r"lIt.zu! ::101 tri.Knh'i! witliHenry L'rofr' t
tins f imr! IIUHK The ?rILiL
; i.u
multitude or loW t'st. barrel.) I & tare laving in stocks ji-ar
Hit-hard. >
with the a : Ileiberger) : good of *
: the ink "
and then lItoa
to spread 03 t.V ian of
hi JMttia Prof
nlum or 011.bil'l1ahfwdl'rs.. Sold pin I Exrh.Hii v ys all right ni umI l wil! meet tl"' i cu **' -s
'., enl short, 10 weight.cans ROYAL UAKIJ.O I oWaER .. US A fine htock of candies: and I'r;td:- liniment in antii-ipati'in.! fat negro wench to irakf the im-j I lieIIl.t.i.i I.f I linnruijrr "i et'Ie if UC) ;"')"'- sor IVi1*..y* troDuI.t luft ulo y III tbAboATtiof \;

Wall trevt.. New York. ers at \ralterrilli'. Sntrar* canes .re vi-ry cheap now- sitting down oil the pa rrs WI il!i It aji, firm. Ship through ilirKxfliange reyeaU.&,1 UK l'c6'Jta pwaed the castoa *r
Tate Powell, '. D., The celebrated Capitol and Kentucky t '.\ o for a nickel. Yet people will !. per. \'\ e inn things quite differentand I this I liiie i ai".i r I UK-!!:IJ linnsvlll at home. I I SUnd<-tne.flint on at ary Uwfa txa-Juti fes--luti'jn ia Luuur describ xf his njamory.him as Mgn 0&of .

Jewel stoves aro sold exclusively" grumble nnd wonder if it i isn't time to lie able to continue to do no, A the most u rf ul ami zvnluiu of the CMtaorolgiste ,'

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, I by Truby, Sternbuig & Co. for nc.TlIl' to come n.Judging we hope that; nil those-who o ie us mao n-ctnt of Hrlrt.a.-xpi-iiu.tnt Ark"nmde". :!. It deuiunstnited urntlr-- cv-oper ticg with the lustitutloo, w.

A Hue stock of for subscription will! forwtrana ( labors tit both Ui? tacreac0aad ofknowloiljc
DA cabbage, apples come tlirft tin grower* "f cc>tti-a lm\t
S'l A RKE, FLOUT by the rate Gardiner] of nift croJogy have merited tM
01111)111 potatoes etc. just rtcsived pay up."Young hith'rtn \v"sed( u Vt ry'vllullll nnd ini-
I'ace'.s pamphlet: is called for by the bIghe. boaorj "f Kuk-m-o at bnoia and hav
P'lrlitnl elf( ilirc(>ti"ii lent M
\\'aIterVi1ls.A '.Jor '
J. ALVAREZ, at "people in other states, a heavym\ Fawner writes: "I would 1 John K. II..rn r. of tILt riiy. tfiinkttie! addad tj the rvjjutation our eooutryabrtMhL" >

full line of ladies1 drc s r.nd migration to our county may be ex- like to see immigration come all I bat llure i-uld lie CI'TIm&U'S* iiixdc of the -? >puLir N- *n.j Monthly..

1 DEALER IN EVERYTHING fancy goods} _:it R. M. Alvauz. pi'cted thi< winter.Cotton want to sell soniC of my land, but I Collon }.Ull gathbri-ii ttlu>ui. I Im |!Miindiof i. ierka a. Asia, 4' '
tLc mnteiii Mini il
eei-t fntl'.n hN
We i that h.iu- own two cow K and if the land about : '
positively as.xert : \\e ,
.' After -l dill f -
earch Ina'
AN"'DI is coming to this market .w Yutk ill IK- "I'cral".I.u in lli Sun'- : : ft! -'
a larger stock of goods i than any: from nil my place gets seitJed up their range inxnncrits the mill hemp. A frw djyHX ?- I dark. eccU band .wi"p 1.J. .er- "

BUYER. t,\ 0 business) h0I1"8 in the county.Trnby adjoining counties in large ,. f.. would be lestroved.Vhuat ehall <) he ivctivnt i fr'jin Ihcitrcvi'.u'! of IhpexperimtntH lro ;'). I ffai re s-r lIcoy' -

I COTTON )Stemburg & Co.: quantities.: Several large loads were I do?" .EiK iaragc settlement about which, it ihr in-ittri! cm. be a product of AIU.VMJ genSt that P'

1 I ;- biought here from ithin & few for awhile then teach ( Xiractcd clitaply, will It smut in i.ic.-i'rul-' satkfled my patriotLoi and ser,d as a ttf*.
BOAR! OR I1003IS.WANTED { For ('ol'lll'l- I 1\Ik'xt, ra: mit."uf! Gainesville.A : you yotir cows able good *o U e cotli'ti slate* ''l"lnrr.- bio proof that Now tbs titto
fine mackerel and genuine to throw down fences and eat your ieliirnd which all hu .. J! :
cl4ijm were him nlmut\ lw e'IIilf/ ,'.-- t; .LDll4ndib It was ML
-A few UoanU-is on cheese go to R. M. Alvaiez.: waoon load of alsnma oranges neighbors' corn; keep a few razorbacks cot gnnies if fibrous miter.ati.: fnun coariiKruiuU ,- old lieoonJ :,1 cltv.1. .

rea onat''e' terms, or will let Rnoini, 30 Lots -i7iF7ale 1'1'011tlit. Pt'lIu..yh'ania oraug grove to harvest their potatoes and ">f t..t stalk to tl.<% -l:""iy hIre M R. L, thv Ui::,ru>l4uui somewh4 grtay fact '

either furni? ieil or nnfuniiMied. City cheap: being the first load} of tlie season, barn located '. J. ,
adilre Centrally Apply) to a nrrliin V.ii will! spin American tege.), "Thirty
Call on or if ,
sold l Tru- even this neighubur' and Ih.1
.. .!one, Starke, Fh. was yesttrday incrnins ,to fences mattrial. theme ::s n. il.-'tlit:: I ut |!it furs Jo. r.* J < j uUa might kiow nothing
: MRS. F. B. .JONES, 'IC' & ('u. houses perish in the flames. If '
We have Bermuda Sternburg tII you titireof tilt it vifliri-i.iV! 6 r"ng t.. u. A'.irricj Iitcrature-or.ot Ame4can ma Sj-
; STAKKK, FLA. now a supply II alao put & Fwice across -every path! make the I"1,11.g"ill us well' u.t cloth N. rfa-.. but .t L ,I made tINt Acquiintaoo*oft

onion seed. "'c. puchase; Our cannery scheme is "taking..u I over your !land to compel them tro tine us lu.ri.J: ._' .\::?.:"'''' el*:*:; and although this par

For Sale. these M-od direct fioiu the IJennuda j Some. of our most successful anddiseree The inst. ti'-u1! fliffv: of raechaalaoi bad lol* UM bands
: a mile ont.ot their way, the thing is the Suir\Jurviile Ailiiuce
ie.r. Surke IslaIHlFilII supply of ;.nidi's garden men have already:: t&kcnshaies. done youtrliinmigrants will! ; arloilleilihe foilowii.g rcxMnMonVe.! I I iU"i"liriy UDQT Joker" was a luflJciecUjrviiat
; tmigiaieand
I seeds hand. These seeds whifli that { is the Sumtcrville Al'i&nci 1cJ-1 I ? I In!!;;"" to tho national cnsractarisUoJ
Or.\nif Grove on :tre : means t no'vildci'.t 'Lie vl
Two-acre ,
; jsiv you bark the range; but mIll AlIiii.Cr! and j->dtLr.ue. : i.KAt ardent patriotism.An .-
Hxcuaiigu recognize i if
this bi't
PC.\fll TREKS. GOOD fresh prown year. : M.heme a promising I'I
PECANanti you ,_have' sold our land just the a being tl e best im-climn liuih fur thlUrclmsc >, A.T.-jrJcau joker does not need hand to
STn WKKKUY I-AND. 1 ieil lt.rzer &Hichu,1.I : businesscntnre./ { I>ut t:j t rar.iof flu Jokes,and this mu-
I ame. { lit Mir $(tlppIll II'II'! tli<* Ii.milliun I IhI' I Iur I
U. I I. .MIXKit.fct We have !1\. 'I tik .-t 5.-w lij.lAml (<'.: with Its empty
Inqireof accepted]) tie ; 'iI\'y : N.> .v wi-iie! there! I ts vet !plenty of <' fjnil and vemetaiIe". )011.1 I WI" 'nelrse -
i ) 113m BT\ !m. FIOKIDA. Williams it(: (lark'Ialt.!! : '" 1-ind and DlJrbJaad Notts. tl"-I'I";,, IIfIe t.CImi.lgi kt-y hv-f! rycj tr.3 I iu attcred bqt still humorous
\ ( t'I. cheap in Jll'ollrl II. C. F vi-ui-e. vvried to idcr at ont of
Cook has returned his ma
tilizers. These ; 1\1"1' from trip[ adopted bv i-'ir Mate Alliance :>4 w -rt\\| .; i
goodarc- 10' ;n it wo-ild be well !i tho dartruMt of lLai old second band
For Sale. city: to "secure nirith.Gcorgt I approval 1 l JIY ll our -nllianci-i.." !. queer
ptrimeii. but IIsl'l1t'xtiI'y;: I kbop as U u "You to BiberU
few ncis1for Starke I ty may ,
a public pailc.
; P.
Ne.vnaii J Wtipple made: HigMiiml: : :L The SvininMe L'inr.i::_ (' of
500,000 Seedling Strawberry .Mandarin, the pitlllcl'r1lWh'T..1 I Isection l-'t.1 you may erpI*>T3 Mougtlia, but you cant got
IK ed-( ; :am. ;i -cessil: >Ie re-oit for recreaitiou short vj' it last wl' k. He says lliili'aml' Meyers. sliipinil t "' .\.'-wur !'.: ':. f
Plants for sale. Strong of the 1 si:u'. .'-'tr.i\J t : .I) Try I; I i besith" it would advertise our soil is much better adapietfu: stri.wbfr- one bar rei of ':iiv.ii M '-ii'I.'y. '1 hey life I I away the American jotcr.1 was a
; I|F .
!il'.tlo: U-oi -incd! (Lid In this
: cot to btuaz't
will ''Jt -'idv about the middle ;>;
plants! groweis \\ill 1 I find I"it :1d\1Iltcrl'lIii"m I to to ,\:i. fits than au> thi:>g he lus seen at Ohmre. hipping (heir entire pM'lwt to Key \'- i j t >.& rep.r'r.LitIve mmberpiece of American

of July. / ppl.h) use them. Ile.L.1: !! : & I IlichaidLatest l It Wiineii P. Whijiple. and, lot II but will M>on,try New UrJeuns! ..n.1JUJU l 'itri ur.'. tI..t I "u muoro than natisflad atLuniorvard

a U. "W. (JenningsLAWTKY. style !ha'-at- What makes eggs so 8circe? The I' Whipple.! who has invented the valuable I I Dlarkl'l" I[ hut when I discovered In aaL1

FI.OIUPA. hens the factories implement 'or the M raw berry field. II The fit C'IU fiekis
'i'l'liin''t'rJJhll tfc Co. are I original canning a I 'ugumr ate espece! HUJrir and more remote part of UwlV
ur. F. U. Morgan, M.VIIKK: FLA. ] and it i is supposed by some Steam pouef is being applied to work to produce !. OO.OOO IUUIIIS! of sugar tliK ,.L-'Xu'::* -or1 of ilark Twain's "Lift

Jul 5tf TOUL: : ITATl IOXS: that they intend running half time the drill at the artesian well. No oil )'t t. season. On'- writer thinks thai Florict !j! ui ;L<* IILiiJ"and a Run translatioact

We will pry as mudi for product-' .viiilo: await further developiiu The Highland school under the efficient will, in n few years furnish tw-t-tlnrds I li.v: llarta' "f.cciof Itoarin.C&ump.-.

i FOR SALE. and sell goods cheaper than: only they trucher Mrs. J. K. Whipple is making the bUgar su-p'y' of the United Stales C"$.' Cvfuuu Li The Century.yti .
allY : nl! 1 in the Starke cannery question. tine which nobody can deny.
, Xcnr City of St.nke. Bnitlford County. house ill the! county.Trul (Co- kNow progress
I : sure. Tb. China .
I }Florida .y, isteinlnrg: & Co. Next Sabbath Oct. 27. is the regular Mr. C. J. !Husliaml, who purchased *
I I appointment t w Mr. Scult of Starke. tot ts I kitupV. funn the bunk .merelr6
I while beds
01.ANUK ; the
A GOOn ) ( (iKOYK strawberry the south of
For home 11I"1I11t1l111''. go to j teach ut our school house.A Hulliiter property WQ IJU urfac upported by four lags. one

OF 200 TnEI S. u tl\unhl'r of PE.VIUI 'I'mhll''I1hnr u & Co. I'' ean: lie I left alone for awhile, and the Sabbath: school was organized last town, has tnriveci with hilt family.He pol.h1lt i
THEE GlLl'E'I L I'LUM and -- ;; -I pondaie' ; dryn-g up, don't neglect Sabbath at the Clay Hill school house. brought i car loud of household clean :tuu;. The rich use the tama form,

r. :, PE.VH THECS.. and oilier Fiuils: a good For fine/ clothing; i go ) I I to I1.. oat: :all I he muck von can. Mr. Ed. Bremmer and goods and h's stock. but carve tbs lz and edges Into a thoumnd
anti ollu I liuililinns. :11ill gOOlt l Truby, Stcrnburi & ('0. Waif present assisted. and ,Ueii iilful and the f'
IloiiHc ( ; Muck on ; shapes, cover aa>
i i. itself fertilizer It
by a good is a good soil fur Christian; Inbur.
repair. The land is v\<-; I cultivated: the CLOTHlN\1!"CLO H 11N G I bus. he benefit fromit I Mr. C. A.lTohns reports one ear ting Wi l rugs c&d mata until it beconwa a I m-
strnwlii-nieN. On III gt-t greatest The patrons of the newly organized of .
is Inl'I) tct 10 of raisi'd couch worthy ncknt Homo. ;
grove GentlemenVe !ha\o now timeIarget it 1-ldul.1' hu with I Bennett bcluMil are said to be anxious for coin by on New
nccotinl ol other buslines will Bell this | composted amii It Is a bed that needs DO DUI.-I"c up that
.stock of clothing ever takenoStaikc. i IL bablmth school at their new school river that is six distinct ears
. pri'jHTty. For particulars address Lock i nil or coinmeiciil manure.Since growing never squeak or breab down ia never div

- UtlX 29. : Call and! examine: oar; ,1 Louse. X. in one hjask. arranged, and can be kept exquisitely clean

tarke Florida.CHtNG the 1 sii aw 1 berry era 1 bt* nn.iitivation with the least of labor. it
1 ui:16tr lock before \'on 111I,'. I Item of Intercut. Mr. Win. Edwards Jr. is amount Upon the f.- '
1 I .: I : of 1 small: :and tender putting mandarin and dalmio lio and read,chat sleep d
Tniby, Sr trmtb'.mrg & ((1 0. It i is estimated that there the ii
are now in
a maf\ his residence and I .
new on
7'U I smote and enjoy life. It rests without heatIng -
--- -- has been learned
.1 Teeth pl.m.s tlioioughly) Florida forests 6.615.COO.OUO feet of the '
Cabbage, npph's, jmt-itovs: oniwiis: t teto. painting, which adds much to time the body. It Is susceptible ef any amount .
j.nd } and long-leaf pineFlorida .
fUle] eni pr. ) thonglst; ingenuity brought ia !"
., dirt ehvnpit \VnlltTV5IN.. | of his of adornment. In ummerp4TlUon -- ; ;
a.rvdwiT1koutdetr&t beauty place.
: to bear ell; (1.HH'II"'cnl1.lIIl'tIHHI. :and i ill the only one of the United b)a graceful shape of light bamboo and raft. .. -

tion of serves .. Aj'plt'S] ] t'l"igl', Jijsli! 1'0tatot..1 devices'or saving labor. Vegetables -! States that had n distinctive exhibit at tbe Mr. \'. E. Davis and rome of hiwife's '. tan. whOa in a drawing room it may bcaa s.

and onions, boneless ham, nine-ken 1 World's fair at Pi.ris eIowt carved affair la ebony with royal -
AbresSedTeeth ; for canning can 1 therefore beiiit'.l are expected to-day.
(:)d tiI}i, dried nppK-s.! (I'dtmiLilvrup ; i The Times-Union's special correspondent people rcbea.-W. 2. & Fala ia The Horn Uafer. -

Ucc..qflu1Ytreated.! % at I Heiberm-i & I 1'ichaid's.Our : much sun I'1111 cheaper now I This spact still belongs to Mr. at the Paris exposition cables that Mr. Crosby, who speni )last season Z4,1-

:Ii' than under tin:: bungling methods oft Florida has received twenty awards on its with Mr. \V. II. Davis
Mock ol ; is al' N. J. JONES. !will spend SHERIFF'S SALE.
PIVOT TKlVrand adjured in an aiLsI groceries \a\s : few v i.irs :io. exhibits, including! four gold medals. Two
the winter in
(4tr i.ea II 0 SItU ner.wIM. complete. Truby! J5u-rnburij & Co.: It IB not intended to the of tIe latter are known to be ou cigars Starke with his bride. Un4*'r and by -virtue ef artiaireas warrant -.
represent Insued cut .t tbe Circuit Court .f
!11.1"aI"ut. canning fresh ?
Clothing) ", nt syrup and sea island cotton. The: Misses I Kenard -Waldo: and
cheaper ever: Bradford
County Florida ao4 tn
I If herimticallv beale l when hot all world before creation Noah'sark madirected
\ : DEHART : just or The of the has Miss Lula '
J. (1. Alvarez.JO comptroller currency S-ihyler of ruan illa. as Sheriff of laid County eem-
fertllmlatioivImLll! } arrested and I just after Mt. Ararat bad concluded authorized the First National Bank of are the of Mrs. J. M. Boone, mending me to collect from tbe property
DENTIST z. SPRUCE...-- --.5Jjl_- STARKE. ( ,) POUNDS I the! 1'1' .1"J.l1t flavor would be kept I Tallahassee, Fin.. to begin business witha this of A. Q. Ccokseyaad II. R. Kllamor
rll fill> candy from 20() to I I to "dry nor "Congr 8.ml6un .- of week. the sum of Fourteen nundrmland
All tUfl most :|\spriitd stylus. of I'JATr : cent per j I intact for atm' iiih'nite )peiiod} of time.I -. go capital 50000. : Forty

Krotcoii WORK incluilitiK and cricked" Prr.K I'i..\I'ARA7M.J'J.S inrndM." 'lound: jii.lreceiu'd hy U'at.rYilL!! i i iImportant I \ hue evuybody likes 1It''Iyrup'l Goodrich's ehancen, but simplythe with Savannah! the total has lots suffered another Maze Mii'leT..ul'' Paterson land Laura Six and for the 22-100 rent) Dollar dne from(#1.446.22)them to in Mary money
.trrltIg and Htintoihis whnii first made : to I'anneiv.\\l' ;uc.!i\ /,>ry few relish! the b-acid liquid nmpuuiing Alvarez paid :'our s.inctuin a brief! but EII'XfJrM for rant of tbe Worthiatoarin
I oouteutt pf the helve in his presses tire brick warehouses and
low 1'1'UI 1.t your co:tuti. j it degenerates into at the approachof pleasant call this week. They neither ) M plantation on the north side of
bales of
4.500 cotton were destroyed.
the Santa Fe in Bradford
T.ath Extractea without Pain or river County;
r I4 Dangrar. Truby I Slt-ruburj; &; Co. I waiin weather, and the genwirieaiticlc DRY> GOODS j STORE, Senator Pasco saysfhe population of brought. IH ptndars nor watermelon. ; have levied npon the fellow-

I Terms CASH. A car load of new Hour! juV. in at t should L then bring :t good two weeks from now if hit ulee con. West Florid increased from 27.000 in but their visit was appreciated by jug described property in the poaaeaaion

:;= .J. G. Ah an'z. pcixe..Mr.. 1880 to 53,000 in 1835. all hal ds. Come agair: and bring of the nbove-naiutd A. O. Cook ey, TK
tinue at the preieat rat Four iiinlef. three boraea one log cart
i ORANGE COLLEGE New buckwheat, Graham: and( rye : 13 I II. Jones, of the extensive If the farmers of Florida mean business your knitting.Mr. and fixtures one single \vf oa. two two
will that
- i they see their cotton to horse and barn .
goes wagons one buggy
. i I,located at lour at Truby -\tl'1'I1ltlll'g & Co. firm of Jone.s! IkC S. &.Smith, of Valb.sta. Jacksonville instead of to Savannah R. 13. test informs u that And harnet.sone borne part, one lot of

T. .i ST.UU E. FLORIDA. Remember) you can buy tIme best (;a., I is in the city this week. Me'ropoha. 16 very large' trce were bet fanning implement consisting of Plowar

Oa I In'roi 111M tn'mtbs'auilI session on Sept. 2<. 1680. >utter and cheese at .J. G. Alvaiez.Furniltuc 1 Dame:i (Go.sip; has it that he is here And Jacksonville means business she while his house was burned last t gear etc. one 8team saw-mill
will offer inducements tbe machinery attached one grim mill, two .
10. with to
1 i Furniture Furniture this time for of Starke's fair week.
" jL 8IE'il'lFIC. m MATHEMATICAL. ton crop of Florida. Jacksonville is the cotton gIusone cotton prow, one lot of
a 1 ASU PR.\C;TI. .U. COURSE OF :it J. G. Alvarez. daughter". It i is well known here proper place for the Florida crop to he lumber on raw-mill yard,one lot of corn

'aLa Truts 1SSTKUCTION. The most attractive- Mock of dr\ I hat't the "(h'I1'l'al"-as he is faimlinly sold but the farmers can't afford to send (JlotI'ingI.'ry (JowLs, Shoes -600 bushels more or less, one lot of
PEa Movrnr-lVimary $1 5X Intermel4itit Anl Notions fodder-0,000 pound more or le. one
I < $2.OJ. Iti ht'r. 51 0,. Instrumental Muw, goods t,1. G. Alvarez. i c.iiled here; -is a worthy young it there unless Savannah prices are re- ; lot of eod cotton. 20 heau of hog, more

.1p 4 I 'i$3lQf. U.I' or In..trun1l'lIt 1.&). The a&suitment it trunks aii-1 man: r.nd the \ olin! : lady that captnrei ceived. Mr. J. \V. I'odgco, of this city, or 1"40 bead of Battle more or lea.
Fin:! TKIiMr"T (
5p \or #M-mths Oountr Pupil Bgum' Oct. I' him consider herself fort- More than 15.000 negroes have left is probabably |'the youngest merchant mind Hill, Thursday) the 7th day of HOTember. -
valises at .1. (T. Aharez.Justopelie may North A D. 11'8" "ell the at
OJ P 1.t. 1HK9. Carolina destine to Arkansas and *me pub-
I in the of Flonda for
jm (Ooii Board at $3<"X) per tr(ek.ThS \l iin-: te. Mississippi since January lit. and it U yet li: outcry to the but bidder for caaa, on
Principal will tlk.1 fay fur oohool esena to.daYJ"HlII'Il'fl'j the short time lie ha been .in business the Kaid leased premUe the Worthington
believed that will
and and will give and attractive stock of Some will kick in heaven sixty more -
p : 'inn Pro met? LHUIV.errl'iwrau millinciy, to }people :
Springs aforcwaid.Witnew .
\; 8 fur all <*\-h In acl\a"'. I !leave before Jsew 1 ear. The climate and he has been successful far be.
., FAC
In th,Hi.hC'r Jt'llU.rtmt.nt. Mis ELLEN DAYK.ill the ladies. .J G. Alvarez. The mm thj't kicks against working seem to with them. October, A. D. 1HS9.HITMRT.
l* cb-rla the Interlll..di\t. fle ) rtl1I. nt. Mrs.p. I agree his friends. Mr. lodges'keeps I in a W. KHFKIUOK.

I.. 1.l'u.ommmuwteacherln the Primary Uepartknent Just received and consfintly: receiin 0:1 the road for 33k N'lItA" day For the quarter ending on the 1st inst., rather unpretentious establishment, Sheriff! Bradford County.
p I:and in Music. All teachers are Gr"duates.IS j a tine assorlmcnt of fresh! | if he h rt't able to shell out that !umjpei the government land ofike at Gainesville .
which on the whole} is bettet for his .
! -? : ) working Cia to the contractor had entered under the homestead law, 23.- FOR THE BLOOD 1ndIistlou
II. Aharez.
: TEN"TION'! groceries at i ) 845.61 acrel of land; number of aares to customers he has! no large rent Weakness. takeBROWN'S Malaria aa4BUiousMM.
times much under
instead of three
i; Job lot of Hosiery at I I as I which final proof have been made 28- bills to add to the price of his good IRON BITTKR.

Strawberry Growers. [j Truby, Su'tubing and (Jo. :he former law. will have to try his : 490.61: disposed of at cash sale. 2.054.71. If you will take the trouble to walk It cure .quickly.Get toe teaolna.q For tale. by aU dealer lanedidoe. .it
\; kicking propensity, against a red-hot and amount received from same 2552. .
II' Th2 Celebrated.WILOOX&GIEBS SHOES arc always sold cheap at into hie store yuu will find that outside .1I
: I pitchfork! some till1(. The contested election in the Second
'l'itibStI'rmlln1r & (Co.We appearnncw are sometime de-
: District has General
cost I
defy any business hou-o to I The only ones! who) live becMi deliarnd Bullock about $3.000. and Goodrich has ptive, and thU will be one of the j-LOHIDA DISPATCH.

dpja; Truck Farmers Special Guano show a better rtoek of ro-sils an-1 I from liquor since the county bad to spend about 10000. instances. Wet-tv makes a specialtyof 0. g I-ARMER&FRUITGHOWEB

ta went dry! have: been moderatediinkers clnthin1M shoes and alwayshas
llit: only jzciiuiii.nd reliable offer them :1 t. a, low p'iec-. :ase do. very Tbe Invalid's Hope. : I lit

iS' L1 1 STUAWHKUUV FiniTiuxKiim Tniby, Steinuurir & Co. who did not, care to take Many seemingly incurable cases of blood poison a good assor tnenc to select from. ci' I A5MEBS I : AUIAXSg.I

Ute market.Orrersfilloil. .j i! I the:i trouble of sending after it or to catarrh scrofula and rheumatism have bean There are few ntarchants with better
IssI& (H! TII'ilJolI't: buy \ our Ir.::t LcACitS riPlHi bStUU iSiO I'JS
- li'int local rneak dealer that cured by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), made judgment and flwer who !
some yet
I d'rcct from the Factory, hiitu shoes hit,;,Ii-lIiII.Z j jgooi'.s up A i4-p..ic. iii3J',8Aeo! ?APJ CF
os *r JliOwt'rK "uiJ|>lieil hv : or : I sold! it. The drunkards-those for by the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga. Write to the bargains thai Mr. Ho'Jges does p4 tg.a: umrE.

. I ""fltUny.1 J-It: nURn A CO., until you see our slock an.! I I I"h'> e benefit) the "dry" farce waeaaetedIiave them for book filled with convincing proof. by paying cash for his goods as be ,,s EiUCUSO! II I&33.
,, prices. TI'lihyh'l II )%lIn; & Co I Q. W. B. Raider,living seven miles from Athens 'L ;
Anl I': 1"14'at m\'ll\fwtur..r; had them.
whiskey buys and Bort1cc.9 .
:: more Lending Agricultural
Ga., writes: 'Tor several years I suffered
| >rio :'I''lrlt *.1dmJ. S'1'HAW I'.EKUY (illO V.: l ITrtSATTENTION i
than ever before.Ferociouslooking. with running; ulcers which doctors treated andpronouncf'd tural Paper of the Culf State ..
_. "the: WILl'OX A UIB1JS (I'1tbO Co.: I
.11 p : HS H,ty Street Sav.iniMh., ( a. Just leceived one incurable. A single bottle of B. B. ftled. r..t li-r A irEitrIsxx ziituA
car IOIK: each of dark: and bright i customer to B.did me more good than ail the doctors. I COLIN iafunt son of 'lr. anJ. Mrs. I. C. IS TilE STATE.Mt'M

so.!.. RIVERS & JOINER ('ottnn' \'l..1 meal, \Vilcox & (iililis11 i I |! suspicious! editor, :-"Is the editor in? I Ii kept on using it and every ulcer healed." Webb Wednesday morning: Aged 4 I. .. ..tat.. .... ee4 ._irll.. la"
I 11 alt to nivo him a 1.taok'e-" D. C. Kinard A Son, To waliga, Ga.writes: C"1 kOBI tkr>WW Bn4 Ik. l l lirCT Bail MMMnita
Truck Farmers' Wilcox it .
: Special[ ; days. 'It toot .1.HII'
; 14oesl -
; E.\f..EHS "We induced to B. B. B. for I. .._ .
E,1itol'-"X'lIn sir he is out of a neighbor try catarrh oa 1..1 Iao.aI.. r.attl. Kr U Arw
SW- (;llmhs' excellent! (;l'ol'gi:1.t11'1:1 1'\\ ; i .
: iattnei Ki'M< IT )tr7 K "*( A4 ki lr4
which he thought Incurable. as it had resisted -
.. .
: .
be back Call. 5t a.llfc 4bv
to'III't th %
0Os.- amlrnmoiir's I'nlvciizcd Bone all to-day. old child i-f Mr. and O 1o..I.. .. 4.p.n..I. _a
I I all treatment. It delighted him.and couUoui ROT. ten months RtMlall F* ri4 MM Ut 16411r t le
L1J 1 hats of which will be sold at mallufaIr.. W 1). on Timesd. Ilcmair.g *.I ftivttiu U MTDOT! S. tftar4. '

.4- l ( price-*, 1 lieijjht added.Truby .' .11:1111) three yearn' subscription due R. :M. Law, i. East Point Ga.wrlt l: "My were buried i't ('r "by'cenvjtery.J. : I I .1:1 7c AT CUR PREMIUMS Itd1 I

,114h \'J i O1otTh--iig Sicrnbur"j & Co. 1 i .mi tim, but I c.ui do it some other time. I..ire had Hcr.-'fuU Sm! kept growingworse. I _-'JI' .t ,!e_ ".1_.. I'a DI.av .r .ei_ _.
*_ -andGents' ; She I.">sthrr skIn: brok" -- .. .., _.. 1M' n. -
| 'U.: vc-ver, I nive an item about a I Iialrand hr cut !'' eM r 565S( 5t.
,. _. .. .
.j1. The heG 1ul'--'or tiileast n.on- f'.la M eN .fh"" ri .- .r.d
i '. d lerhifh I fe rfu1lr. Debility. eiiarU'.ion nn Inn appetite Wo&td
Furnishing Goods. .l':' ':-s- guI may I icwq..p.e.
ey at .1. G. Aharez. "' fotown r P"y'.it'4; a-H ''tumer* advertised fr -
: __ ti'_: t. \o..: 1.()\. I-Mitor die* grad- m .tinlh"8 fa'i p'I. I tried D. B U.. and "Inn Subscription K* per tsar.
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS. Our line of jei se\s cannot be excelled -i ',1111.-! .' licr recovirj 't.8skl a'hl i-ouiplftf. On trial for Three Month 30 ..!.
_, Oliver Sor. Hal.i.uoro, M J.I wntw: "I suffered .
an-1 .
as ri'jja'-d* quality pre: k
j ------- ---- gpEcinzH: : COPIES yiaCHAM. .
f'tJ i I from weak back and rhoumatitm. B. B.
rd -L Having just teccivtul a ]large stock (.f I'itj1iSeInlurg fc Co. Fl.ulda-grown: sicd rye at1RI1lV ,-:,' ./ g. hupMTCln elief." t,) be the only medicine that gave W. siacuffr.II -

: 1 Move- oufs.MOirc] repirt1 to Look offer & Co. ' -_ I .
( SUPj11y at tItebaIgt1ILs \\e arc Sten burg I JjcVvmriUe. P1hnt. .**" .
Vw r wnnts. Give i cmiii und i in- i
us a
for short time 4
ing a only U.
flI I 'Ie:1 ur gnsls! licforc t'h.chelc.n1fEUS .- D. MINERWATCHMAKER
buying -
1AI? A l.'ntl'm) $5 huul."ew"l shoe i (;ioorgi.1: i ust-proof seed) oats at :. -- j .

Iw f1 & JOINER, for $:.50> : Tiuby, Sternburg & Co. -

I c. 3i STARKE FhA. $4.00", ( 3.00 .1

: 'I :LjO" :;:, I Orange growers can get their supplies ,

':: HfWSPfiPERS FREE, This is a lxiia fide offer.Truby i of crates, w'raps[ etc., at ,_ Agcut9t : ::1 .,.

I Sternburg &; Uo.t ( -I the 111 TIE'ef4lli
(111 -: .$*n4 yonr OWn name and a&iresini Sternhurg & Co.Come Trnby,
III,. t1Ioe of 5 to 10 of your fru-iuls and ncl.thbol"i.A" __ __ __ I BLACK
-H .. and see me, ladie1* Ti 5turned i
or ili) >rwiH and a copy vftbe
# _c A\ SEWS will be sent toi and untrimmed hats. i| We have on hand the best assort L. G'ASKINS.DKAE.KR .

vwI. -1'b rt1fA11'Il.-. ment of fii'-nitnre in town at thei i PHAUHI
J G. Alvarez.The IN .
: IJaR i WEEKLY NEWS i loWest ;pi t-ic es. Give us a call before I : : '

I q'Ini.a farmer now pulleth! his Corn .
'A. .d Ennhly NeWliJpap..r purchasing.c DruO's MedicinoStarl
br Cuu.r) .ader It is tIme Idrgt and Cusseth the greedy Coon, tint c-! Truby Sternburg & Co. '* tfc +
wkIYum,2itwj ----AND- ) flat n- *
It u n the south 16 large pages. hath in Sundrv Instances I .tr -> "I" + S .
sp Ihilly 1:0"11 tip aUlI carefully eiliu-d atiticip'itedhim. : <

. andou lve I''r wen.a cop,' of it send for one The Kino: bide patiently outside \I TOUR HACK ACJIK8 JE\VELEI1, i
.101 nr.nommn. it the b1ge-L \"w..pal'r r1 Physlclans'Prescrlptiotuibt'fiComp.unifrtot _
."ne' :4l.ddl't'Nl the Fence to !IIt allowed to till\ Or you are all worn out.really good for notbiac j aT\RJtE. FLA. j I -

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::Ti F oe W Her jrortune. I Salt Rheum
and so
FARMER&Keep ai-
DuvalP She has lived with him for will leaving me the property. If' 1 FACTS FOR She was a pretty as it a did one good to Often causes (reft* MOOT with Its tnirau
bee, and livelythat ttehiat
) leaS and I almost pretty, too.1 would not then it should go to you.leaving the little turkeys out of the Thoujrh Exceedros ever brisk busy and ben sprye ye mat. She was all this but he is not in nOSY.l'c'r tier. sand Darning. Hood's Sanapartlla.the a"l

interest on five soul the roses linger no more ,caret talt rheum and a iku db, a .
he knew her too but the hun numberless
'Perhaps me count the He ne'er excels In Industry is
wel water or her 1
prepare t the former luster eye thoroughly renovates and
Published EveryiFriday.TAR1E the 'He did to keep me from in Ye mornynge cheeks' of cea.el. eDo
,- was reply. leave fve dred pounds' -enough and less a rainy days multiply early fre.Wahington Capital. gone. Sue is a woe-begone looking piece '110 Giv"a taL U
of those
hundred pounds though] starvation. I loathe you for tempting he calendar. humanity now. She has one : the tal\ar of three skillful
needs pbnlelDUc
: .. I FLORIDA. .1 'Well, l.hink it very mean in Mr. me to sell m'sel. My husband-for color in horse is of not so -A Bovine reculiarity-Omaha troubles so common t women and cure mi boy of salt rheum tried BII
-The a lr. Pierce's Favorite !'re rilla and Ollre:Ointment have now
; fish Prescpton.
Louthers Miss Dural is to law he my Housewife"Say, there was a in the ul foW
especially a according i much importance as the size, gait, cVpcrates the wasted taxes of Ointment one anl a bafbtUo
: THE' SILENT DEAD. a relatve If I were his old friend I husband-will have finished & term These are principally the quart of milk you left us yester- waoie system right, restores tho roses and Sar .and the boy Is to e.
tie is four
--. and action and form ''I not the luster and makes the woman wht she ,plet&ly curet. now rears ole and baaMen
Milkman am
-"Their' oandfcs arc all 0Maebeth. march up t the fair maid, to-morrow week. He is penniless what tell when placed upon ths day. Omaha once was, bright, well and '* afflicted since be was six of set..

What. hap dUmays the deadjf Their couch It marry her and divide tho spoils.' without a name. I always looked on surprised at all. I have a cow that vorite PrescriDtion" i the only medicine 1 UO9.B. SANDiusoJf.MNewhallSt. ,Lowell.Man.Hood's .

,pt low' ," I "While I was wondering whether or the estate as mine, and without money market straw, cut short, is deemedthe persists in going a-swimming in the for women,sold by drJgt under' (,that P* Sarsaparilla

And over It the summer gra set creep. not I should Jm: not himself. Legally I -Rye river." itive guarantee from
explain aunt can help tho -
my in 'Vord.Mistress"Where in case, or II six for B.
all drneztats.
Or winter snows enshroud 1$, white and deep. mysel best material for packing eggs It will give satisfaction every old by ; Prepared only
long-prevailing wind of at tamn blow. broke in: 'My dear fear you am your wife, and you could not prove wheat and oat straw are are the nails, money will be refunded. This guarantee :by C.I. hOOD It.CO.,4pthccarIes.LoweU.u.,,

t ." I are inclined. t be jealous"Whie in the contrary. I you care t ventilate barels as John?" John-"I didn't know what has been printed on the bottle wrapper,and ( Doses One Dollar.BRADF1ELD :
They hear no rumor of our Joy or woe- more susceptible of moisture. faithfully carried out for many yeas 10
that do so, Mistress"What -
Tbe ways we tread are perilpn* and steep; mood suppose you sing us 'The these little family matters needs manuring as kind you wanted ma'am. -

They climb no longer-free,at last to sleep- Wish. for I suppose you cnn get the prop Meadow land kinds did the dealer have?" For derangements of tho liver, stomach -:.

.J Our weariful. Text life no more. 4"Do to know. "Thus the subject was changed, butI erty by so doing. I you well as for other crops. I not plowedup John-"Six-penny. eight-penny and nl bwel take Dr. Pierce's Pellets. .
of rotation, a good application ,
: they forget tbolr love of lqng.a pondered upon the question whether peace leave me t my own, for you in a system ten-penny, ma'am." Mistress-"You One a .
.p bo ,
And. the clad hopes that 'made their glad or not to take Mademoiselle's advice, confess i is mine by right, and none of manure should given.taking should have bought tho. latter. John A GOOSSBXBRT bush, growIng out Of the EE .
4: c hearts leap to have it well rotted and aide of tree twenty-two feet from
*1A; care a maple
: r.. .t,Or*the spent Joys lor 11 hich! they used to providing Miss Duval would have me. need know our private affairs. Give You know we always get the bet tho keen in Johnsbulz vi.., i JAj

'''. weep. I was not yet fifty, was only slightly orders to-night for closing the house. fined.It Puck. gound.s felled i curtnouse REGULATOMENSTRUATION
'When Lore and Sorrow buffeted them sot is quite an item to get a good, tho other day.
gray, perfectly healthy, and fond of Write Mrs. Chalmers we have changedour -Miss Davis-"Howdy, Brer Silas. yard ._ ,

.: Jpn us. by winds of Fat swept to and fro, young people. At least I could malt minds and will go abroad indefinitely. thrifty growth in the fall, for VigO'ous wharo you got dat likely lookin' mud ? ; Improyeoent. la Passenger Can. < CFI. USL TY D

Do they have pity, whom!. no rude winds the 'young, lady comfortable for life We can go together in the carriage thrifty plants will withstand the Pears lak er mud dat was The TV agner Palace Car Company is revolutionizing foR, f f
,4 and
t' sweep and save her from battling with the the station, and part in London winter much better than small and the equipment of its cars 'PAIJ.PBv sc
las' *. of the
How can I tell? Their mystery they keep. t missin' at do Corners we. making them superior to anything ,
E a'd.44.: Beneath the blossoms, as beneath the snow. world Certainly 1 Louthers ought t Sell the place in your own name weak ones. Tutting the soil in a good Brother Silas-" Sis' Davis, kind In the world. One of the Improvements -

provided for her, no matter and deposit the money in mine, and tilth increases the amount of available lo\ly is the lighting of ith.: (
And yet I think from that deep rest below i slowly. Dare's too many hen feathers The New York Central & Hudson. MONTHLY
,s They would be. glad to rise and love, and she were plain and disagreeable, but you will never see me again. I trust plant food in the soil. back ob dat house for folkeses what River gas. Railroad Company is also equipping .1 '" .MRQ' XHttIntelligent r

weep- he was a very odd fellow. to your honor t do this. I you lovedme -Too many farmers are prone to don't chickens ter ask pinted Us passenger coaches with Ja. About one 'Pl"',\ \4 Uh 1et.5.
: Once keep no
? more the thankless harvest field to New York
J reap to hundred of them running
"In the I this home merely a place
morning I rode new could never have caused to value the us .OOK
y y Of human Joy and pain-Life's Whole to know. O"er my I. questions lak dat."-Texas Sittings. City have been so equipped. The gas is coal- !

:. 't: I -Louise Chandler Moulton, in Youth's Com possessions The grounds 'were beautiful happen. but only your comfort IS.assailed sleep in and find shelter, when thesein -Miss Fiancco (selecting the ring) pressed in a cylinder under each car, End rAIFRJllBUlTDR.Co ATfA"

r. panlon. and I thought I might as well in- ,. now. You can live on your own reality are but trifling considera- one filling of a cylinder will last the roundtrip
f: "I prefer this fine, largo solitaire. New York and Tne Headers will notice
-a.- spect the house and call on Miss Duval. income and happy alone. I should tions., Every man should devote his between ChicJo tint
MARRIED NOT MATED. b Jeweler (extricating his foot from gas is made from petroleum,
"When I had been announced she die without Jim. Your conduct at best efforts to building and beautifying a 60-candlepoweriightas affAinsta 10-canUle

Irho advanced to meet me in an easy way breakfast will tell me what course to his home beneath that of Miss Fiancee's young power light under the old method Coaches '
"Dear .! That would never with are as ,and
man)- m lighted gas
'-. f.d and Romantic: Story of My '.B iieh-pieased me. Her carriage was pursue.' -An orchard is much beautified by do. Largo stones are not at all passengers can read as well in the night as utt's'

; lend Saundor graceful, and the face though plainwas "I think I must have been paralyzedby giving fowls tho free range of it, as by : in the daytime.-Romo (N. Y.) SentineL
fashionable for engagement rings.
t redeemed by glorious Her that letter, for certainly wife the of harmful insects
eyes. my this -
.. means crop ils.
'1' ",_ c. ...._ Hero isMiss Fiancee's :young man 1 A MONROB COU (0.) man drove to
entire appearance was that of a sensible and I met at breakfast; at least I called Is kept down. Young chickens will town the other day or the first time sincefall a. not"warranted to f-
Thefollowing narrative reached me (triumphantly)-"Tho latest thing out of diseases, but only h
-- practical woman. her my wife, and did not. find i diffi : also do well and }picn.up much of their I and heard that larrionas elected froiuadj.aorderedflvervI.*
last fcok, together with a notice oft I -so small and neat. Jeweler* resident. He and it ,
I' "She thanked mo for allowing her to .: cult to keep,up an ordinary conversa living in In late summer and fall te I Headache
HarrJ Saundcr's death. lIe was a it Weekly. \B news t hi. __ Vertigo ,
occupy the house so and said tion. I gave orders exactly I had the chicks will eat countless insects I ,
.te, : quiet reserved man, and one who long a -Judge-"Now, madam don't object FROM the Herald St. Louis, Missouri Fevers Costiveness }
-. that she had tried to ( in as perfect been told, and 1rs.-! Jessie .quietly that otherwise would survive the win- August 10, .Patch I ;

made no new friends. ''We first met order since Mr. "Louthers' deathas : handed mo the title de'ed to the prop- ter. to this queston. Tell the court Referring to Shallenberger's Antidote for I Colic !Flatulence, etc.:
while I was taking :Miss "I do not '
,, eigh years ago and atlast'! it was before I accepted her proffered erty already signed. My.previous sorrow -It is certainly the fact that at pres- 'OUl age. Longout- Malaria FatUi,would the business that manager he of the this Herald medicine For theno They are not warranted!,.
.4 my'rst vacation realizingmy see that it is competent evidence your of say, gave but uRnoarIyBoastIspou.
of tea and she itout must have used'up all feeling, fallible are
cup poured my does trial, and was speedilycured I
1 ent and yicldwheat a personal
i; ideal-a perfect cigar and a 4 prices average honor." ?" Miss Ible to mako a ,
Judge not rJC. c.
per- -"Why reJley.
I watched her with a critical eye. for really I looked f1r.: Jessie with. A be made to of an unpleasant Interittent Fever- I
fectnight on Egypt's Nile* The i not pay. good yield can L.-"You see I do not know it of my He then recommended 1. Tiefen- I _SOIJ> HVEBYWHEKE.

It was a very jovial party that went result was pleasing. i'almost admiraton ., jay, while a poor yield will not pay own knowledge it is merely what was braun, 1915! Fapm street, and police DeIcer -
"Miss Jessie Duval was about six- "We in and I took ; atrthe Union both ot .
t' 1 parted Ljdon;; A yield of ten bushels peracre Meidenger, Tpepot
on hoard that steamer,|and we soon expenses. told to me." Judge-"True need and feverof
of chills
; you cured itf
whom were by
and-twenty and rather delicate look- the first steamer : I have for his I
the farmer nothing
4? pasted beyond the surface cordialityof for"wYorlC gives not answer."America. several years' standing. Recent his -rM.KMPHIS.
kllow travelers Our friendship ing. I seemed positively cruel or never heard Now work, but increase this to twenty wife, after a fever of several } dura,

rather downrigh robbery, t her you know why I havenot_ sought bushels and the farmer can realize a -Brown-"What's all this 'Ol't'Odoing tion, took a single dose and was perfectly I s

strengthened and as my holiday was out of this lovely house to struggle for friends. After wandering through the and Little Johnnie"Please, Dad, cured. In view of these remarkable cures,
reasonable amount for his work
j waning, I asked him to return with and remembering how much money is spent
me and visit our beautiful Now York. herself. Beside the merry air of the States, I started for the Nieand above this a fair profit is possible. told me i I wanted to learn for quinine, so little to be depended upon,

house, the fragrant tea, and the little there we met. my dear you bushelsof quickly I was to put down every worddidn't and olten so injurious, we can only wish :
-We read about million
Ho had a moderate income and there a that Shallenberger's Antidote would como
I know and ask what itmeant.
evidences of a woman's were wonder that I did "to 'before you \ ; .
presence not care .go T ,
wheat but few realize into general FD
being nothing special to prevent he people lkown-"That's anexcelent use __ ___ ;
wanderer of \
quickly decided to give up his wanderings facinatng. to a fifteen a divorce court a second time. I vast amount it is. But i a million )lan, my boy." Little Johnnie-"Well, THE bed linen shottld be changed at least t LATEST STYLES

t and visit the New World. preferred to say nothing although I bushels of wheat were loaded on onco in three days; the blankets once a i .( 1 -is- \
"As I rod homeward the quite littleady'e rise to various [)ad. I have on this piece of paper 103 week,those that have been removed being
gave rumors concern- bushels to the car, it 1 L.Ar Do La Mode.
Upon moonlight nights as we sat presence'remained in mind'seJe freight cars, bO works marked down." Brown-" ohn- hung in the open air for I few hours,then : \ COI,1 FLATUS.
which I have
4; smoking, I learned. bit by bit his ray ing me, suppose you would fill a train fifteen miles long. thoroughly aired in a warm room. : ALL TK 11TKST PARIS UB
nie bed this \ R '
and 1 found right upstairs to moment
myself thinking of heard. I have written to my aunt, the line of go ; IOKK "SKIO'S
; : story. It was a very sad one: and contained transported[ by wagons, ,
night's badinage, and why -Epoch. Do We Need Big Maudes? OrerUofyourN8wlf
and will leave this in desk
lat history ,
more romance and pathos than asking my teams would be 142 miles long. And herculean I i er or c nt Ja&
should I not tell Miss I -'Aiid. doctor make this By no iinniterto
regretted to bo sent to after death. can y means .
you my and more than 01 minimum of ) W. J. MORSE. Fwl!
.j .' any other I ever heard. yet we consume export build frequently possess a gen > t.W.

4;! About ten years afterward, meetinga the wi though my declining "With wishes for tho continuance 01 bushels of wheat annually. bloom again?" asked Father Time, uine vigor, and exhibit less endurance than I'-rXAXX TinS PAPER mrj a F.t15ihStiw ttujmmu. ".rt

to accept not benefit her, 40,0,00 to a specimen of the ve,y Small people. Real vigor means tho --- "1
& contented life I vintage
a man about town at the clab I asked your am, as always -Corn in the stage makes pointng ability to digest and sleep and to per-
and ask her to life. glazing "I wel
was once footlight fa.Ol.-
c_ him U he knew Saunders. ..r do not" brighel my your devoted friend, HARK SAUN the best fodder. when tho car 181. form a reasonable amount physicaland
"In a few days again returned to I ito, and men showered me with pearls withoutunnatural fatigue.It .
lERS.-I. M. Wallace in Drake'sIaguzine. mental labor CATARRHJfH
1 ho replied; "neither dp I care to meet is hard the then (to a certain Stomach :
'Oak Hollow, and tendered my love stall and diamonds. Oh, can I bo : is because a course of Hosteter's -
any man who marries a young and extent) woody, and i cut very )young, roung Bitters enables the dyspepticto ,
t Miss Jessie in a very businesslikemanner. again? exclaimed, with the allotted of il Ely's Cream Balm I
the activity every
..' beautiful girl gets divorced, marries before the ears are formed, the stalk consume
of a maiden of sixty-two summers. day life, as well to participate without _
another deserts her and himself UNCLE SAM'S DISHONESTY. and is in a AErVIRl!
passes abounds in water lacking
in its that it is
"She replied that the suggestion was "You shall bo queen of the May," responded enjoyments such
off over here as a single man. nutrition. When the ear is about a pre-eminently useful medicine. Gold in Head
Ar' very kind and honorable of me that low the Government Ha* Profited by Dr. Brown-Scquard.. as ho pro- .
There was so much truth In his remark and beginning to glaze the cuttingof '
Fund* from Money Orders.
she was not surprised at the will, as Unpaid fled ceeded to his laboratory and slaagh- BEESWAX. may be nse for polishing han- I ELY BROS,60 WarreEL.S..Y.
that I could not stamp it as false, and in For seventeen years after the establishment the corn at that stage arrests the dles, etc.,in the may be temperc. I
had .
points she crossed ){r.Louther's Lercd a fresh guinea pig.Philadelphia
yet I could not explain without a brach of the money-order system in nutritive elements in the stalk.andthe Ltccord. to any degree of softness by wibturpentne DANIELCOTTON GINS !
.. express desires. I invited This must bo done with greu
of confidence, so I was forced to let the this country the funds secured through fodder is then equal to hay, being fed a confiagralionHxKsn
her to think seriously of my proposal, -Caller-"Mr. President, I have -
: subject drop. unpaid orders were stored up to stock with the cars ou the stalk or I Y.E THE1 &ET. f'
and in two weeks to send me her an- money long held the opinion that tho oflica purgative remedies are fast giving Run : re'olutons per '
Three years having elapsed since and hoarded, just as though tho United cut up in cutter. and mild effects of I choke or break ,. Condeni-ers *ndcompleter.iuntt.f
swer. Boar iu mind. I said. 'that by a should seek the man, and not tho man way to the gentle action Ginning; Marhln rr. Gin repaietc. '.
.conversation, and one month since inheritance States Government had made a good -Now the South is beginning to arter's Little Liver Pills. If you try them, _'I C L(lose II LT.L.KD OrffS top tee .
and right the
_ my friend's death, my lips are unsealed should bo and not proborty She speculation. No attempts whateverwere brag about the usefulness of the silo, tho ollico, and I can not adequatelJ'express they wi certainly please. you. i-rs o-torn ana planter horizontal If condenser you nr,thinking art Invaluable piiHtiignpaUm KJ
,, and I hasten to take the slurs yours mine' my detestation hungI' ,writ". inaugurated to ascertain the real Hear what West .
fruit who
agreed though rather relunctantly I says an exchange horde who CALIFORNIA growers, used tothrow PKATTOIKCU..J rlPrp .e
are worrying night
I ', from his memory cast upon it by that owners of this which had been Virginian has to say. lie has reducedthe .you away their peach pits are now getting Tupular :treet)1 1'11 Tf
.,. _;/ horrible vampire with 1 tho million thought. and on the day appointed I money day. I simply call to pay my respects." six dollars a ton for them. They arc : i-KAill ThIS PA'la.. ,nto.MPOKTKR3
trusted to Undo Sam's care, but ths cost of the ensilage to ono dollar a
received the note worth this for fueL make hot and
following They a
: The rl'csilcntIy! )'! Come in, oy CLASS -
'is ": tongues-scandal-by publishing ther' sum went on accumulating until it had ton. is handled by colored hands my aromatic fire. CHINA,
I have concluded that in cementing such'a I ; sit down. Won't you stay to dinner --p. : AND
following autobiography: ;i.
bargain 1 give quite as much as I take I accpt. reached the enormous figure of about "and we feel quite sure that ole ton ?" Caller "Thank EVERT trace of salt rheum obliteratedby QUEENS A
but time i
l; "My father died during my ninth : Can not we be married soon 1700000.? Then Congress took hold. or 100 tons or 1,000 tons of ensilage can you, Glenn's Sulphur Soap.Hill's : ? & *
f: -' needless is very pressing. As I said before I Whisker cents.A i
year and appointed my aunt, Mrs. preliminaries Th legislative branch of the Government be made in Virginia cheaper than it Uiir and Dye, 5 ? .. ;

Chalmers, my guardian. She was a 4iMy aunt thought the note imply called to pay my respects; but T .
I| sensllle" decided that the money thus can in any State north ot Mason's and GEORGIA hen had in her gizzard twen
!.. 4 and childless and and did not much while here I might as well leave these -
\idow, quit young seem held was illegally hold and that no Dixon's line." This is a capital ty-seven horse-pistol cartridge shells, six
she acted We sign .recommendations and my address, so buttons piece lead. yoar orders for MASOV FRUIT JAn
truly a ] part toward contents went together to a tead
cal pains should be spared to ascertain to and should others to OF ; pat 8"
mo. All my mid-summer holidays on my fiancee. Upon that occasion whom it belonged, and a clause was likewise all through encourage South. in case any ofiico starts on a sti huntit Yoccan'thelpnkingthem.theyaresovprysmall ASSORTED PACKAGESGINS tor\U TIS\.U L&T1D..

.. were spent at Stanleigh Hall, near Miss Duval requested mo not to give will know where to find mo. -N. Y. and their action is so perfect. One pill a
Alias and
. attached t one of the bills appropriating -Water sweetened with honey and / Carter's Little Liver Pills. Try them.IT Engines
\ .' Lndon and even after ,I was grown her an engagement ring, but suffered money for tho support of allowed to ferment makes cx- I \ ) _ ._ _ dose OTTO Boilers, Shafting, Puleys

'1 ready to leave Oxford looked, me to slip on her hand a cat's-eyo that the Post-Offico Authorizing vinegar ALPHABET COLLECTION. ia said that a part of Queen Victoria'ssavincs Etc. Plantation, Mi ad ,
Department coleut in quality and of fine ,.
favor has been invested in real estate In
tb .
forward with from Repairs.CHICKASAW
.. pleasure a summer came India the employment of a numberof 'ihe sweeter the mixture tho longer it I An New York City and that each year she ptcamboat .
of More Than Ordinary
; pent with aunt in her lovely "She seemed overcome with embarrasment lxhlbllol the rentals. PRESSES fe
: my home clerks, whose duty it should he to draws a handsome income from
ti take, to become vinegar, but the bet- interest to Scholars. IRON WORKS I
; *'I entered the .
; at twenty-one and her reply was too low :
: .t army ascertain the rightful owners of this ter the It continually Improves Those who aro interested in alpha- Ab Opium in riso's Cure for Consumption. .JOII FIt.S1)LE&CO.MEMPI11SEN.PiPia .
wont to India in 57, and returned four us to UJ&S IBI3 mrj.Bmt"writ*.__ |jtWe ,
money-order fund, and every effort in strength. Most beekeepersuse Dots and writings will bo glad to hear cures where other remedies aiL 25
)'car later with a shattered arm and "Tho following Wednesday was set made to restore it Congress also pro the rinsings and the of that a small exhibition of different CALmroB1 holds the cake on snake Diamond CottonSeed Holler "

Th tho Victoria Cross. My aunt ha livIng for the wedding. My aurt was quite vidcd that hereafter whenever "ad wnshings for the of with ,
an cappings. From one-third a poundto alphabets is now being arranged in stories season 1SS9, Georgiaand cnd Sepnrstor pays for lt vf.andr} "vea a .
with her as wfl'd a young silent during our return drive; but I vice" in relation to an order which two pounds of of the King's Library, British Museum. North Carolna crowding each other in one rt, on. It will take the need from 2.M.Saw 'D
fe. gui of seventeen. This fair being had said nothing, thinking that tho rest honey per gallon (or second Gin Se..r rhnakei; ono man_ .al operate.. .Ie. ',ItUhtaI.oi.cats
i shouL remain unpaid in the hands ofa water tho usual proportion and from The system of in use .We puy hlffbot market ppl..fop eAt.t r !
l' left school the i \'iting among W recomxrend"Tansih1's '\ in payment forl"cln. Writendwe ",
only of
June, life were not all sunshine I could *
preceding my >
certain number of Pnc" Csa.CHAFF will tell all about
postmaster a days six months to two years the time given. the Babylonians Assyrians consisted you It ( Mf'NUIGEK
Secretary Manifrer.
and the
was only daughter of a dear feel I had done duty. :. Sc..emph.T8
my without tho money having been have tho open cask in a warm place of a syllabary of nearly six hundred tsruuit: THIS PUll.,..i'._.u __ '.'

, friend, who ha been suddenly taken "Aunt drove over tot Jessie on that calmed, was received it should be the covered ,with a cloth to l keep out dust characters, which were probably "YE3," said the literary man with a sigh, DAI I CHADWICK'S "!-

-l off with ddeae Gwendolyn day, and though her dress was black of the "style is a fine thing tor a writer t have, BASE K l7 ln-x s .'MAUAL '.,.
duty to the
\ postmaster notify and flies. Many prefer this borrowed from tho earlier inhabitants flam mm illuminated Carer. r
vinegar "
but when his wife's it too it takes all
was my first only I willIS there was a good deal of white got
love sik this failed trOCCron application encloslnir one <.,
ptyee I t secure the to any other.-Home and Farm. of Chaldea, the Akkadians, who used the profit away." SENT rFlElCe(2c. .by addressing.feUKODORE +"
\ briefly say that we were and about her throat. She also wore a ttamp
that I three married payment of tho money to the rightful Clover should never bo cut when them as ideograms, much as the Chin Is a misdemeanor case at Santa Cruz, : hOLLAND, P.O.Box 120,PWla.,Ps..rsAu ."t.,
tL spent most large bunch of roses which I had -
presented party the sender was to bo notified wet either from dew or rain; it should so employ their written signs. The CaL,the jury brought in the following verdict .'P.I&n-t .

ii unalloyed. happiness i ever falls to to her. The solemn words were and steps were devised by which he be exposed to the sun only enough to Assyrians who spoke a language entirely : "We, the jury, find they, the plaintiffs 15 (10 clOU COCfl A MONTH can bemadoworfc dwhl
for >nentspreferr
L men to log u.
and did
enjoy. gradually, however spoken, so forcibly they bring "
I might secure the money which had wilt it after which different from the Akkadian, guilty as charged. run rurnHh a horo and give their whole time WiliBbuimiMH. '
thoroughly ,
*: began to dawn upon me that my girl back my first bride in her :youthful not been to the i A MAX'S force of character is pretty will > paid to whom .
person should be formed into small cocks and used characters sometimes as ideo- ftlv I >. A frW YaonnctP in town and CIU"
wife was a victim to opium beauty that I could barely make the he desired it should measured by the degree of patience with I t.K.oHNi.oN.tCo... JOOOMaln St..Uubmond.Vif ,. ,: ,t
"When go. thus sufficiently cured to place in the grams, and also phoneteal'. Respecting which he waits half an hour outside of a R,-Itrniextt'!age ami tanrarx rjcpmmce.. .Ne f* >-
our only daughter Marion proper responses, and did not notice Under the lattqr there niatl ibout stiutiaa .tflP fur rrplg. B. F. J. act has
barn stack. In this tho earliest known his wife I
tho tender while of
or purchases yard
way shop
old I a
waj a year entered the house one that Jessie's had fallen off until ,
in time fowel' great falling off in the accumulation and succulent leaves and blosoms are systems of writing used in India frilling.A NEEDLES, I Fl'r"I "Wlnl'fCblnl' t!
day to after the nARIG"oftlnlr.
4 rescue from a ceremony. of money to the Credit of the monoy- secured in form most there aro examples hero which WAG, passing by a house which bad SHUTTLES !The 8applt' A
r a nearly resembling '
frightu death at her mother's hands. "We three and the clergyman dined order fund in New York, and under tho In ate as far as 250 C. The Arianopoh been almost consumed by fire, inquired I Ic"d lst.; for1hole M'F'O ll.l prc-. ,'-

: then'appled for and procured a di- together, and about ten o'clock we left the instructions of green plant. catching B whose it was. Being tod! that it was ;m REPAIRS, 3Lcus\Ltua -
Congress some is character of '
t 'orce-you know how public such for our own home, as neither of us clerks in weather hay-caps mado of good firm a obviously Semitic hatter's, he said: "Ah, then the los-j wit K7-XAXI TBU FAFta(nc;Urn._wtria. '

i .. the money-order depart- cotton cloth can bo used to great advantage origin, read from right to lelt, and is be felt."
in the old for tho
thing world-and I was card a trip, and desire felt by BOUT
ment have
returning home for tho last time in or- me to get to my destination seemed to been engaged for and many times will more !. found on tho versions of Edicts in the BROWX-"I thought you were a vegetarian FOOL GIRL.cAGETS

, 5cr t arrange matters with Gwendo bo shared by Jcsbie."When of some all years in making out a list than pay their cost in one season. Punjaub only. Hence it is called theNorthern but I hear you cat mutton." Robinson. K.O-KO._
unpaid orders togetherwith Asoka character. -"I am not a bigoted vegetarian. I only tt
-The of of Respecting -
lyn, when on entering the driveway I the doors were thrown cost growing a crop
. ,
: open the eat the meat of such animals live ,
name of the purchaser of the the as on $'
it per
descried lanterns in various parts of I kissed my wife for the first time, order and the wheat will vary considerably)' in different Coptic alphabet 1 shown vegetable food." pd any o. ..t_expen.e I ]
to whom Dap
- .
party was I that when the
% the gl 'nds and that subtle sense of and bade her enter into her own again, sent. These lists make i localities and in different seasons, Egyptians became Chris- Ax Irish employer went to where some I WANTED pcomptly.mpl.Ad a xpc hom.d"e iun pIl 'I

evil thhct its shadow before Over- giving her the title-deeds of the estate. of an enormousbill according to tho value of tho seed the tians, they rejected their ancient script men were at work out of sight in an excavation n.Qf.N] tc&and*umpUeaM. iBEE .m.j ,,.
powered mo. Too soon I learned that She avoided my glance, aud went im manusclpt and although they quantity of the \01'I required to pro and adopted the Greek alphabet. As and called out: "How many of ye oALAHT."... lot*Bo 8308 SIT"1, I

my lovely dead, drowned mediately to her own room. arc not yet completed, they have been pare the soil, sow the seed, harvest the this was not adequate to express all are down there?" "Three," was the rcoly.
chidwiea instrumental in restoring a great deal the sounds of the "Then half of ye come up!" DETECTIVES
with and for market. Hut Egyptian language,
baby a few moments her maid crop prepare i
artfca lake brough of money to tho rightful owners. Just they added the end A JERSEY CITY policeman having offered ;
I know that ehe was not responsible me a note which read as : always be better to add a little to on of tho alphabetsix
V'i Want.4in..yenty. 5hrew1meutoaetgn1.IattWtIS.
1 folows how much has been back his hand to a young lady, which was refused '
paid ci not of tho when letters taken from the native Jc- la our Stertt StrTlr noi Rend! J
and by so Experience
you caa readily imagine that .'You arc averse to any more scandal bo ascertained expense crop he arrested her. "What is the I n..r1., ,

agony such a i then suffered must forever and gossip fancy, so you will not at this time without a doing the yield can be increased so mote script, slightly modifying the charge? asked the sergeant at the station- !rananDetactveBureauCo.44Arcade Clnclnnat

I crush out the faintest glimmer of attempt to see me. I will be with you great deal of work but that there still that a good profit can be realized. One forms. The exact date of the adoption house. "Resisting an offer, sir," was the PATENTS For BOOK ISTVVTOBS.fREE tp...

t happiness from my lfe at breakfast I you will do as I ask remains more than f 1,000.000: piled of the essential items in securing a of tho Co 'ic alphabet can not bo determined reply. .1 W.Law T. ,WutilittoDD.C.( Atro', .

For sixteen ) was a wander no one need never know that \vo are away in the sub-treasury at New Yorkto good yield is a thorough preparation but it is confined to the TIC inhabitants of Sing Sing, N. Y., are arU)1 TitS UrLI. I..,..

er; then a 'ear longing came upon not living together. the credit of the money-order fundis of the soil. Not only will a better Christian literature of Egypt. the oldest agitating for either a change of name for QCALES 11EST Weeks'ScaleWorkJBua'ao.N.T.jCA ;I<>"'. Fend for price 1t"t.
'H""ry doubt their town or the removal of its prison.
me to revisit my native land. I returned .'I am a married woman. My husband beyond germination of tho seed, but a better fragments of which date from the 1 There are a great many good people out of >t&TJM Afm.tfatjai wrlM. _

to London. My lawyers informed has been serving a term of Ordinary business honesty would start to grow be obtained i the soil is fourteenth century A. IX--ManchesterGuardian's : jai there, and they want the fact made I
; mo that an old mess-mate. twelve for He have demanded that this fund should well prepared.. London Correspondence. plainer to the world at large.It I F: ," :
manslaughter. .
-ear p
have been allowed to .. .
never accumu- was at the beach and he had saved
George Lowthcrs. had left re-s his estate is a felon. but I lore him. We Description of a Good Cow. Indians in North just BUSINESS COLLEGE, ,
grew late, but Unc'e Sam in his business Carolina three maidens trom drowning. Noticing aa '
near Stanleigh laU, on the sole up together in the city of Edinburgh.and \ ,.MKMPHI.., Tf:%4
dealing?, is the most dishonest of Prof. Robertson expectant look in their and Will cn-l T' h "ntl'nl"lmeU .
condition that I mortals says: A good cow The Government school at which fces bcirgequal I
on The always intended PE"1uu. FOB I. -
to One of 'BEE
l"e it marry. llo never debt that he is flat-ribbed to any emergency observed in ttWT '
pays can back
: just the shoulders the children
request was most agreeable to me; I Jim's friend spoke slightingly of me, of tho Eastern band ol an unctuous tone: "Fortunately I am a Mormon CRYANT&STRATTON1tn '.'

longed for a quiet home life. Save a and he shot him. I was then sixteen. possibly)' escape but insists upon and has well-sprung ribs further Cherokee Indians are educated is at and can marry you ail,' whereat the L--: Ha8OO_ St School,-

brief prompt payment for all hU dcbts.- back. She has broad flat ribs. and so Cherokee spirit of romance vanished: fled 1 I de.t Orl'
note to my auut once a year I :My mother wrote Mr. Louthers about on Hill in Swain they I iaocuafui U actUul PI Send cuu
L had written Washington Cor. Indianapolis Journal far apart that one can lay two fingers County, N. C., and is _thit.. -1
no and had -
t one heardfrom our trouble, and a ho was our third. very interesting ..1 U C STTO Y. BOk.k".pngPenman.hpAtJ
H 0
no one during all these cousin : between them. Her skin should be to visitors. Tho Society of Friends ill C inetle..Shorthand. etc..thlro"lhl.
he came in order to get counsel .
'ear by free.airs(
- r 'My welcome was a loving one, a for us, and do the best he could to Distributing His Favors. loose and flappy over the flank and established tho school in 1883 and $__SJ$2 $3 U $5 mai Clr l,-- OLUGI B..s .

. ,. of old, and my old love of the re the He Mrs. Greene her umbilical development should be now have charge of it. There are Y o I;UXION COIU.OEof Fur circular LAWChletur.adj.ll. YflTermbe ,J'
hal keep case quiet. thought me Young -Henry, dear do For Box, by I.L.L Ot. '
: : in full firm and with the veins of the Brprel I -----
force. There eighty These of our .
were too for Jim and when think strong. are taught
turne a good we were you so much bread and molasses pupis. mechalcal :,
; people staying there, but none I in the jail together. said: "By the time is good for Harry? belly very prominent She should be work by the principal and CANl CANDIES.EL&OANT..NDARlrlLT I __ A K _1256.- '+-

; knew, being mostly of the broad between the eyes, should have a seven assistants. There PUT Acdrls W1IEJT: WRITING TO AVRTJEIC l"Sr.W
new genera Jim gets out you will be married and Young Mr. Gl'eene-Certainly it's are during EMPHI3. I late that .'
tion, thus saving me' the embarrass he will have something to do than good for him. Don' know "breadis short and slightly disked face, and the fall and winter months two other ..,- I I*per. .'J A4nr I& .r

t 4 ment of knowing domestic affairs quarrel over a girl of sixteen." Then the staff of life ?'' bright and prominent eyes. Besides, schools in the reservation entirely for -- 0

were being mentally reviewed. I took Jim's hand and swore that I Young Mrs.-Greene Y- the poll or forehead should be long between Indian pupils. In Swain County: are ,

: "On'' evening a pretty young girl, would be his faithful wife from that so much molasses, you know-ee-s-but! the horns and the eye;the neck 1.50.:) Cherokees. and there are 500 BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE

who had just been singing I came over time unt death. and Jim held mine Young Mr. what of should be clean and thin, the back- others in the counties of Macon, Gra-

t'l beside me, and greeting ms with the and the same Mr. Leathers could i? He 'Greene-Wel eat the molasses be bone strong, the pelvic arch high the ham, Jackson! and Cherokee. There Dok)t-u.Keeping for ,ShorC. and Hasof f.aii, TeZegriI4j,&e 1% V

1 freedom of youth said she wanted me not help being the witness. He treatedit leaves that on the door-knob.-Puck.; hams thin to give ample room for a are possibly some 200 or 300 in North t a V.

to tell her my marvelous ad- as a joke and said he would take me -S.. large udder and the tail should be Georgia and fa t Tennessee. Their ;

ventures with 'cobras aid lions,' 'for, home with him i I would write to Jim -The English language is pervading long.slim or flat. She should have along capital i is Yeilow Hill, the residence ofIsalalehe. "J:.

of course, you have met them' she and retract my promi
adde merrily. I do so. of -- that will be soft and flabby when chief. The offico "
.' : Europe, and many small ones, now is elective and the Best
: 'I was enjoying her quick witwheu, milked out-and should have Cough Medicine. Kycommended by Physicians.
'After mother died Mr. Lou- have their English newspaper. Nice. a three Indians vote for chief every four years, Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to tne ", '

; during a slight pause jray quick car thers Pent for me. Hoh n told I Dresden, Munich, Berlin, Paris Komi- told, wedge-shaped form, the general and every two years vote for councilmen. taste. Children take it withyut objection. By druggists.

j caught tho remark: 'Bit why did not me that I tendency of weight being toward the &
a soon as could gi :up my Naples, Geneva an<\ many others have Tbcro are twenty of the latter, .

:. Louthers leave the I estate to Miss foolish infatuations ho would sign a 1 I one or two udder, indicating power to produce ono for each 100 Indians.-Baltimore

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