Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
November 15, 1889
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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a legitimate
; la18L 200( 3W S OI : A deep impression made. millenium. Tho brilliant uniform- make them healthy. business I visited the l ar ament house body :probably observed '
ares 7 CO 10 00 U 00! .J 00 66 W Jler snowy fingers sparkled coupled with a resolute ye h ,
S!. ** 9urosl 10 00 J5 co :0 0011" 00 60 00 K) U With jewels rich and rare. costly, alas, as many a lengthy blue -It is better to allow corn to get too tion *o conduct it solely on honest, fair rday. It i a big; thr8tor building at some time "hardships and, ,inequalities ; .'

; ; : line Ten oreacb centa a Joe for the fl"ClOtS C And diamonds by the dozen document, .and many lengthier and ripe before cutting it for the silo than principles, without triumphantly of brick and, stucco, which looks that rult from spasmodic tv
fJ; ? PUbteQueot ertlon. Scintillated In her hair. bluer father's face, can testify-is a ,to put it up too green. in the end and more like the mansion of Paris millionaire enforcements te law, and from'the '
toa\85SoiES"drtrtl8e"tnto BP9B bequeathing
I II IouIt app | We had an introduction. passport to the female heart -Keep something, growing on the on enviable reputation posterity. than ; govenrmect office. enaent' unnes or-: i-n"-, : '
Joined in a tete-a-tete. land and will then'keep-down the Ionic columns "of the white s laws. .
-- And ere our chat was finished A soldier's lifo can not be consideredan you Americans are a nation of hucksters,, purest re Law-jnaking 'is. ,or
:SUBSCRIPTION RATES weeds. It does not pay to take off >a marble support kfrportlco over its front ought to be, a but it in
l m, : I thoojrht Td met my fate. arduous one; morning parade, a. so there is no disgrace for any 'one to scec a i ,
One rear. I felt an InclinationMy couple of hour's drill through 'the crop and then allow the land to grow !sell: milk from door to door and its [interior contains a tust to men no training ; 0

61x Al montbi--1 lIubt'Oripbonl: ;::: :..;:..;;;.;;;;; ;; 60* I loved passion so well to to declare dwell on, week and a tour of duty as'Officer of the up in weeds. .. here_ is to draw it_away door to a creamery.more than library, some oiBces and the hall 'in or the business,.much spca te legislation -.

advance.Communications. No discriminations muse be pall loran Viirariably>>ror any-In Those diamonds her hair. Day" comprise tho sum of his labors.In -Gypsum, when..pure, is useful to pme black sheep in the retail milk which the' deputies meet. There Is follows no settled principle or',

bod upon all Then came a chance acquaintance, the drill season, howevo-, there are many crops as is. well known, but trade, like occasional.delinquents in but one hous:In the Greek Parliament scheme of gpvernmenJVtmtts prpa

; IDLe n lolleftod. from aU park fSe of %. Who knew the maiden fair, eternal field days, drills, maneuversand especially to clover, corn, oats. grass, cither professions, have stigmatized the and .this'cothins one hundr a some special occasion seems' t Ide

; : !' r And told. me of those brilliants inspections, preparatory to that cabbage, turnips, etc. .About one hun- < cation they represent by adulterat- and fifty members .who. are by mand, and often under the infiue

"SECRET SOCIETIES. Said So he far:beyond'They're compare.imitation I" great annual event, the visit of the dred pounds per acre are. usually applied I ing"and diluting the 'milk. The perpetual the'people'of the 'various provinces, passions or emotions that, prevent 4

I fled In prim despair: commander-in-chief. Then the wel-: early in the spring., newspaper: pun bo.ut' water in every man having the right to vote. calm and reasonable ,consideration of '

Meets Since then rye shunned the damsel come winter, bringing leave and -Orchard grass will thrive well on the nilk which',*webuy from the retailers The members :arei elected for four the measures to 0'tken Example!

"'"bt at cTeryTuesday Odd Fellows' Withrhinestones-F. B. Welch. in In Jewelers'her hair.Weekly. freedom for two or three months. damp locations. It is an excelent has made consumers stoically years, and they must sit'not less than of ,this may b fire-escape 5

): HttIL Transient broth. S arrives, and the barracks is left be- grass, but "stools," which gives it an / resigned to 'what they con- tree nor Ion get'than six months every laws l promptly enact- after some '

m'* tted. ers cordially J. invited to ENGLISH ARMY LIFE. hind, with all its restraints and pleas- uneven appearance in the fields.- As it s 1dethe, privileged fraud of milkmen -' year. They receive salaries great conflagration loss of le. 1M -..'

', C. WILLS, ures, its duns and other trivial draw- becomes more compact each season ,it : Disregarding facetiousness. amounting to four hundred dollars a mae ounnecessarily :narrow

.. P.I,J. FIELDS, Secretary.! P.Noble O. Box Grand.4L backs, for home and its civilian joys. forms an even pasture.It < l let_ 1 soberly inspect the milk session, and i an extra session is called rigid in their rqument 'v.ef.

f I Scenes and Incidents Along the Most youngsters get sick of home be- needs extra warm pens and good b ;-* nd not condemn till we have they get three hundred dollars sisted on aut an (

UFtv Improved. Order or lied Men. Paths of Glory. fore their leave is half expired. They feeding to make late fall pigs pay for just causox/or. ondein atlon. The m Qre. In the :most prosperous ultimately neglected. Freque ; "

Oscola Tribe No.1, Florida-Council find barracks far more congenial, nor wintering.! As a rule pigs dropped in number of people in this country who times they can .not thus make more examples a also foundI-' '.,

fire kindled each Wednesday's Sleep a4. Jolly Young Subalterns Who Never Hiss can it be wondered at, for the first two October or later ,should be sold for depend on the' .lty:milk-man for their than seven .hundred dollars a year. city ordinances passed in great number

.' their Wigwam, Ktarke, Fla. Any Fun and Never Pay a Cent years or so. After this the glamorsoon what they will -bring.. They will cost daily supply can be e nmejMedby the They have fully .' much power a for the regulation of. everything -

Tri&insient brothers are cordially invited -Little to Do and Littleto wears off. never to return. more to winte(:jthan they will be worth millions, hence that avocation is member of Congress and they_ in and every body and so numerous and "
to at / nd. J. U. IIAT. ItS, t3achem.wJ Get. in.i the govern Greece. The exacting that of them altogether
--, Discipline is very strict in the En- spring. tr-' fraught with sanative importance to rGUy King has many a -
.._M. MUCHAW.- Chief of Records.CHUUCIT glish service; your superior officer is -Thickened boiled corn meal and oat the whole city populatiOD3 citiesof veto power, ,but he would hot dart forgotten by citizens,and thC '

= Tho road to a commission in the always "sir" to his face, even off duty, meal mixedwith C&opped; suet and a moderate population''knttlwnan are exercise it against a large majority authorities. The mischief to .which

DIRECTORY. British army loads through the Sand- though the social relations of all ranks little pulverized cjarcoai every few generally country dairymen with small vote and the result is that his power is such ordinances may give rle'Ues in' '

.Iathl...' ;. I HapiUt Church. hurst Military College-England's are most cordial. There is no interference days will; fatten jjurkcya in eighteen farms adjacent They wrear their own not much greater than that of the the fact that,. having 'bn neglectedand -

Beijvices at 10:33:!: a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayei West Point-which is romantically sit- with your private customs, days.. They shouWj be'kept in a par- cows, pasture them on their own acres, Queen of England. The room in which forgotten, they may discovered -tnd

wet!ing every Wednesday at 8 p.m.J. uated in Surrey. Having gained admission unless they be discreditable to the 'tially.darkened Bfced or stable while and with honesty :-pf' purpose' dally the Greek ,Parliament meets is abut a enforced spasmodically after the '

I 11. CALDWELL, l>astor.Sa to thin portal by dint of pass- regiment, and a friendly word of advice I b einETt3'U7'""* vl., draw the milk yield ito town and serve a big a the average cjol: ch. holding custom of violating them has become '

illlyo day School meet every (tundayworriing ing a more or less creditable examina- from a senior to a junior is frequently There are a thousand fariners.work1, their customers. three hundred poopleJTp.tP law-alls reach established, and when it is a hardship '

: at 10:30.) tion at the hands of the Civil-Service given. and usually received in l ng like .slaves }and competing with I Th' todrive.the black from the floor to'tn. -Wfiijfbf the three to require compliance with them. Such ;

T. E. Bu4 o,'Superintendent. Commissioners, the juvenile "gentleman the mme spirit. Though the army is each other to make low-priced butter out of the iha 4 (Drovlded sheep ther..e. story building, \l S l nn.!! .'alns -it, and' defect in the ordinances of councils J

cadet," as he is euphoniouslytermed not an abode of sanctity, as a rule where there is 'one who has become is any, and even i and white 'food: woik.PdmJ. 0 [*and" i the laws enacted by State legi .

lid 1.a Is,... Presbylrrlan Church.:: is instructed for a year, or a youngsters don't stray very far from i ntelligent on this question so that he tablish lucrative trade among honest the shape of a hull moon and into .the. q u' and Congress have bn rebut -

-en I... Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. year and a half, according to his capabilities the paths of virtue, and parental can make a better article and get bet- competitors) is to encourage conscientious walls are cut two rows of Is* galleries
i UpD.
II.wtnr..reM...... | 1C B. MATTICE, Pastor.Eaaday in the elements of the various anxiety on this head is generally quite tnnecessary. er pay for his time and labor. suburban dairymen of small one above: the other. The precisely similarlTiWtayy noticed ,t '
School every Sunday at 10 a.m branches of military science, at the u Men don't intoxicated means to go into the business. If. in
get -Good sheep, good land and good seats of the deputies semicircle committed, by bu 8l Ime
: L. C. HULL, Supt. are e j '
end of which.
he small fruit
probationary period particular locality
nowadays in the disgracefulway roots generally go together, at any your benches which rise in cators and by pared ; I :
concentric !
nE.f is gazetted to a regiment of'cavalry or onco prevalent in the Englishmess rate it is not often they are very far growing and vegetable-raising have rows one above another and labor issues unrie 7;:;ic10if.: ,,
1f.Iethodl.t Church.SerIcee :: infantry, having achoiceof regiments. been overdone, invest in three, five or
rooms. apart, for wherever land can raise a in the center of which at the front of to enforce them iss.a 08,
livery Sabbath 10:30 a.rn. and according to his position in the final Perhaps it is not generally knonw ten cows as your land limit and means lelle
and is to the is through his !
good crop dry enough carry room the seat of the own ; :
7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday examination. allow, and see what the dairy will do President a 111 .
Americans that soldiers '
Thursday at 7:30. among English sheep through the winter it must verJ This seat is built between two great l iect leads his 'e e8tr8U e
Sandhurst is looked for you. There is more'money in le .
a place upon those of the United States '
)f' G. D. TURNER, Pastor. regard service soon get into good heart and be able white marble columns and in the galleries belief, founded on L Int th ,1 i
with various feelings by those who this branch of dairying on a small '
with deal of
School a good admiration and to almost thing.If back of it ia these rules and r :
6uoday every Sunday at 9 a.m. grow any a sort of an opera nC. m
'" I 1 CIIARLES RiC &ioSupt. have. at an early stage of their careers, respect, despite differences in organi- scrub stock does not pay try scale rightly condu ted than is often box in which the King sits when he nothing and ar reg 8 8 t t' .::I' r

rHB 1 t i' : participated in its slightly dubious zation. Tho writer has often heard it something better. The- success of realized from a large butter-pro- attends the meetings. Marble busts of enfored Some day.1ded.t ; "
j jI joys llocollections of the "toshing1'of l laid down by old and experienced officers ducing herd carelessly attended to. b "
the and .-
TILES -' stock-raising depends on the breed. King Queen stand on pedestals violaton or J 1
, I Christian Church. objectionable or bumptious aspirants that no troops in the world ever A steer of beef-producing breed "will First buy nothing but the best cows; just below this; and between tho therefrom, turns his 4 'esuztjJ r > .

\I, Mod.. " LATU.iRID consisting in the slinging head down- ad.vuntages than tho Americans in the start at all if you can not start right. & ,
. Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. scrub steer of the same age will not which sit the ministers of tho ciplina There Is fat d
HOJh.arjfewrti.ill J I G. P. YOUNG, Pastor. wards, of the hapless .to heo" to the l late war. lIe also entertains a very- reach one-half that weight. The large I f you think that your probable customers King's cabinet. ,Tho members themselves rles have been dLft tat' I
head of his cot, and literally sluicinghim vivid would prefer Jersey milk, and
recollection of
an on his I Is
tiu School loss havo httlo desks excuse for harsh ml
u for IiIII ay each Lord's day at 3 p.m. difference shows where the occurs'lroII a foot square A-at Is
with cold water-the willing to for it, invest in that
frequent which two United States pay '
PiMbk .'' 1 C. J. DENTON, Supt. army men the use of the sc'rub.)0 which are fastened to the backs of the i just a little doubt.lere: "
stwliTTTJAtt "' drills, incesant study and school-boy breed. If not, buy cows that would
; were the guests of his old his
,j I regiment; -] not attempt 00save the.seedsof benches in front of them, and each employes that he is unJuI j j
restrictions such as compulsory bed at certainly if the entente cordiale did pass as excelent butter producing animals -
bench contains > turning long-established Custaza "
melons unless roon for several ,,
I pumpkins, or squash mem-
nine o'clock during the first term. The not exist that evening between red and young vigorous and without hence results trade dif..r.. .
OFFICIAL DIRKCTOUY. the vines for that bers. The Greeks are fond of a dispute ._
are very
purpose grown
I proud sensation of emerging from 'the physical blemish. Look as much to "
blue, there is no harmony in Nature! to The in '
and a
: speaking they are
varietiesof good unwlse.taher
at distance from all other speakers. stte
rank of "snooker" cadet in his firsthalfyearthe the richness of milk' to the
City Officer (a as
t It maybe doubted, however? if the the same family. Tho pollen of and a place in this chamber quite as s way issues so maaydirections : ;.. .t ,
L. Witkovski. i
) annual ball and many relations of the British private soldiers ( copious quantity. This is the main much honor and fails to have'them obeyed that his '
an is
Aldermen-W. 'AV. Sapp, U. D. Miner i such plants is carried quite a distance a a
other memories, are either treasured essential that will please customersand '
with their officers without
George E. Pace, L. D.W all, S.F.Gardiner. are as satisfactory by the winds, and also by insects., seat in our Senate. A politician Bchooli discipline' and when
detested. the the for steadfast
as was a loyal, '
possessor in the American" service. There pave way to enforce order he .
.Clerk-B. E. Alvarez. as is Two or more varieties will fertilize has in fact more influence e appears in
popular fellow, or the reverse. It is a patronage. Don't be fearful of a too '
a lamentable want of the of a'petty" The
Treasurer-WnJ tor W ills. sympathy the blossoms.of each. here than in -the United States, light tyrant
place where a man very soon finds his between them. An small acreage; remember that contiguous parent also needs
Marshal to
-E. D. Wall. English officer and it is men rather than measures study the
-CLASS- .Aastss r-T. W. Sweat. level; the inane scion of the "noble" in the vast majority of cases -The grape is warm-country fruit to a city you can support more which constitute the politics of science of government;_that hemay,
and should be set out where it be Greece ..
-1. house of Bareacres is toshed with' as knows may cows to advantage on a limited area in.the
'ABJI0' absolutely nothing of The party in power rules and controls apply it principles. family -
to the of the all the
, County Officer. little ceremony and if any thing:; his men, and there is also a very nar exposed rays sun than you could on an ordinary country the offices, and it fails to hold the circle. If he issues, orders without dueonsideration *
I more zest.. than the hope of the Manchester row-minded and day long. Grapes generally- doquitewell place. :Milk at $1 per 100 pounds i sometimes .careless
Judge W. F. regretable tendencyto of the Chamber c ,
County Malpbnt. support of i '
the side ofa
- Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks.BUerltf magnate. The army is no respecter down look upon such men as have by on easterly or westerly means two cents per quart, but you the opposition comes in and Deputes tho about rquirng.obedienc sometimes ,
of and if is building, but a southerly exposure is could sell milk for least five !
-H; W. Epperson. persons, a man a of determination your at rigid
steady and work
years reins, and the old
- on spoils system i hi demand h'chidren'w'i-
TazlAstosser! E.Wainright.. gentleman in himself he is valued and obtained the better. The soil should be dry and cents per quart, and perhaps more. : -
a place commisio'p:4 respect
among -. ousts the officials of .the opposite grow up for / it-
-M. M. Hale. liked and taken by his companionsfor warm, whether it be sand, gravel or The.factories. and creameries nowadays party -> '
LREHI* TaxjCollector :
s ranks. So is thft.feeling authority In In.the ,
I strong and puts in its oWn. Just now Mr. the.aUy. a ,
AUIBiMnginaiii Superintendent of Schools-Jj L. Hill. what they find him. clay. While, like all.other plants.thevitro net their little over
t hat thowriter has known several, instances .- patrons very Tricoupis. one of tb statesmen State, only reasonable laws or rules oC -- ,,.
County Surveyor-W. IL Edwards, C.3 takes its food in solution, it will :
The final ordeal being 75 cents 100 !
successfully pounds or 1J
of firstrate"men. per conduct hould be made, but th
who when
of is thd Premier and hid ,
PuH Coulity( Commissioners Witkovski flourish in a dryer soil than other Greece so'i. I
ig any
passed, youthful subaltern of cent So
nip MiltanSESI, D. II. :Knight:: E. A. Todd, W. H. Pinhole proceeds urgo- to gD in"for a.commission have plant and it will never succeed where a per quart. you party lately got tljie reins. They should b strictlyenforcET. I i .1'-; :
tor, M. V. Smith. on two months' leave of absence, replied that'they were 'deterred by'the see you can afford to buy s changed all the clerks and by ful to observe a parent gizlng unnecessary -.. .; ;

) presumably granted by a paternal gov. conviction' that thoy would be out of there, is. not-good d drainage.* ., great deal of forage and grain for your at the books proved heir looking directions t a child,,and then
ernment to allow him to be photographed "ESCAPED.Ilov limited dairy. Ground feed can be predecessors
State Officers.Oovjjinor place, and merely tolerated through THE LAMB guilty of defrauding the yielding to tho latter's persuasion of, !

is,:IEiL :-P. P. l'l ming. Jacksonville in every conceivable attitude courtesy. and, therefore, preferred to a Voy Was at Once and ForeverCured obtained' cheaper in a city than at stations This was especially so in government the customhouse resistance-painful because of the bad'*'

- Secretary ol State:) -John L. Crawford, and uniform-during which period Tie remain: sergeants or sergeantmajorsto of His Only Vice: in the country. You can handle offices, ail the old employes of' effect such experience must have upOn

ND Crawliordville. provides himself with a kit, costing the end-of their service. It is hardto A certain lady had once a valuable baled hay :with facility. and you can which I am told, now in prison. the child Unconsciously ne.leasthat

!,$h i UCbllol Att.drney-General-Lamar.Mon- |500, or $600, if his election be the line, perceive any remedy for this unjust. St. Bernard of excelent pedigree, care also raise heavy crops of such nutritious .while the are clerks of some of the other by cajolery or robelion,"ho may

bTET: more than treble that sum if the cavalry state of affairs in view of the present, fully trained. and in all respects of roots as carrots, mangels and offices are awaiting trial-F. G. Carpenter obtain his own way; he becomes selfish I i
neLl[ )I'ELEGA'I" 'Treasurer F. J. Pous
!: "* :i and, having been duly admired state of English society, although tho well-nigh ideal excelenco save for one rutabagas.In in LouisvillelCourier-Jourual. and and as he grows In. -. ,

'AnrrcLddrwi. ': Com missioner. of Agriculture' BWomlwell. by his various feminine acquaintances, government, is at length tardily fol fault: He would kill lambs. He was the delivery wagon don't aim at years imprIous altgether beyond the control '1

MPHI1Kmnf Comptroller-Gener. D. Barnes. repairs at its expiration to the headquarters lowing" the example of the United beaten. he was imprisoned the bodyof any thing ostentatious or accept any How to Become a Capitalist. of his Irresolute parent Too

---J AdjutAut.Ocnernl'David Long, Cedaf of his regiment and duly reports States in throwingopan the 'higher tho latest:: lamb which had fallen a thing shabby. Let immaculate neat- much government Is quite as'bad a -

,tmidCIe>ferred Keys.1 hts arrival. Now begins the I ranks of the army to' such men as prove' victim tohis fury w'as.1 fastened around L ness and sterling simplicity characterize Somebody must save money; and tho none at alL The 'happy'mean ir .,
people who save U will be the capitalists -
",,, uJDf! '". Superintendent of Public Instruction-' real pleasure of existence; handed themselves worthy and desirous of the his neck as a badge of -shame, but all I every thing about the rig and ap reached when the laws-of the State or
''lIab! and will control the
.Built'S!!' Alber$ Russell, Jacksonville.PROFESSIONAL over to the tender mercies of a drill reward. :to no avail. His mistress concludedthat L purtenances. Aim to have your milk they organization of the family are only those ne -

'hwflpttUjm CARDS sergeant, he, in company with severalraw it was impossible to break him pure, rich and wholesome. Use no of industr and receive the to the orderly admin istrationof essa "
' ..
., It is popularly said that the French l tho theworkingmea
larger profits.
I recruits, plods painfully throughthe of his fault and that she must sell I water; if it costs you more to produce I when they are founded upon Reason )
-- fURVEYlKG.: CIVIL ENG1NEERINQ.! amazing intricacies of the English soldier carries a field! marshal's baton such milk, and thereby curtail profit, will save their money. and are impartially Consideration -
IUDIL : in his knapsack. but tho facts tend to him.While they be not sharers of enfor
may on.r profits
7',_ R. F. ENSEY, drill book. Finally the adjutant pronounces matters were in this state a L enter the competitive race with less : of this principle may furnish,
show that the American has I but of si ck receiversof
C- the best owners ) and
fully and
friendly farmer who had upon some, scrupulous milkmen with nothing but a to parents who sincerely de- ,
CJXVXX a32NTGrHNri333ISTARKE .. chance of such recognition:; of his merit dividends. And ih" workmen can fide
ress"1* emerges in all the splendor of a full occasion got into his head tho fact that tho most honorable and liberal trade .welfare of their children -J

Tsflltfttpe FLA. blown officer. Quarters, fuel and I Ir Certainly, tho Englishman has not. the dog's mistress was fond of pets; motives. In tho end you will' come save their money 'they will.: I i' who endanger .It by too great indu1-'r'but,- 1

'"Dranjrhtlnsr.. ertlnutas, levelmv, eta; executed light-of. sorts-are provided by There are authentic cases of men leaving sent her a; snowy cosset!: all gay with L out ahead, for such'a policy is sure to the only way in which they can permanently : genco on the one hand or too great severity -/
vith and dlspa&clb.rm. the British in disgust, to and surey: improve their
accuracy army
the re- 1
powers that be. the contents I ribbons and innocent win appreciative customers. and .the other.Child .
,,1-ri"* .. fi t.r day, cash. looking; as as inn'ooenoo' among discipline on
enlist in that of the United States, and condition. Legislative reforms, improved
liffHr2"C of the first
6 being invariablya ileelf. Tha lady was in despair Conduct your vocation on business- nature,, should b allowed. to.unfold i
5rf barrack bed, fender and table, finally attain to positions for which like do not' trust too industrial mlthods, may make
W the expected that her dog r principles; naturally as the flower blooms; I
, *! J. 0. HAYNES with two ancient wooden chairs of surprising their abilities qualified them. Sheer and demand settlement their way easier for fiem. but there is I .
would fall upon the lamb and tear it heavily, a guided. it may -be. tra'inedjjprotected: !
hardness merit is the standard by which America no road to comfort atid independence, ,
and discomfort; a limb from limb; but having in the past I with customers at stated intervals.If but notforced.-BaItimoreun., I
dilapidated bellows and ragged hearth measures its military servants. and after all] but the plain old path of -
had much experience with she you were a country dairyman "
D E:1'T 'T'= t STC-',I brush complete the "furniture" whichis a man who "has the sand" has only herself that if this catastrophewas taking your milk to a cheese factoryor steady work and sober saving. I the u A Work Begun U d --e '
himself to blame if he does not come to working people of this country tfould -
duly set forth and registered on an to happen she did not propose to creamery for manufacture a'mod: : A work of engineering begun by the .
Office Jones' Brick BlocK. board the front. It is a pity that Englanddoes save for the next five the money -
tifcr inventory placed under his years
care. have it postponed until she became erate lacteal maturity would be desir- Romans under Nero, in the sepcpidu '
< .; r. However. with : not adopt an equally just and I they spend on beer and tobacco and L
the aid
LU of his soldier- deeply attached to the new-comer, andso I able, but as a caterer to the fastidious this '.yr4frthat
: BUGG & WILLS servant and the barrack large-minded system.-II. J. Fuller, in base ball they could control a prettylarge century wi-be-.fnlbe .
supply deliberately led the lamb up to the tastes of townspeople who desire it process of'construction .
i9 i ben i
N. Y. Star.
of in
l share the
he capital employed '
rapidly evolves a very snug and I dog, said to him that it was her lamb for direct consumption, it should be as for'over seventeen hundred;"' 4

Attorneys at Law cheerful domicile, hiring tho goods he and directed him ti; watch it. The I sweet as when drawn from the cow. the industries by which they get their years. The work to which we refer is .: '.

fancies at a more or less-usually more Our Educational .System.. dog looked at her rather wistfully One requisite would bean ice-house! l living and they cO'ult turn the dividends the ,cutting of a canal through the .. '1:'> ..
of this from the
j STARKE, FLA. -extortionate monthly rate. evidently requesting permission to where milk could be refrigerated up to capital poclietaof I Isthmus of Corin'tb The canal.- when : !. -.

_4 i His inner man is provided for at the Perhaps! the most serious defect of tear the pretty innocent, but she sternly the-moment. of sending to market A the money-lendera into their own. done will be"only four, "miles.long. I' i. .

:&o L h2IsI' and'Will fifth Wae Judicial:ice: j-, all Clrclllt8.i \) the Courts. In the Foart I mess. where every thing is "done" in the system of liberal education now shook her head and departing left great trade is growing in cream' as; There is no other way of checking thc and will have a depth'of eight meters, :

the best possible manner comfort and prevalent in this country is its lack of the pair together op the lawn. well as milk, for table use, and it congestion of wealth ami of promot which will aHow .the passage of the "

i F. J. FIELD, luxury being studied lathe most minute a truly progressive character. It is She willing to admit, now that the would well pay amateur milkmen to: ing its diffusion, so expeditious so certain largest 'in Greek ;.

I Iri details. There is but one drawback full of fits and starts. It is too dis trial$ proved successful, that she hadno make this a collateral branch of their and so benefcent a this. I wish:, It is nOtO vessel, great use a matter from"tratc"an .. :

LESE, ri Mil n'l 1tciSTARKE P BlererI the monthlj mess bill, that bug jointed and fragmentary. This is partly idea that it would, and that she expected business Only the rich can afford to the working people would try it.-5 international view as the Suez' and -

\ n bear of the junior officer, living like i a because there are no settled principles to find the lawn"'.strewn with dairy for fun; the poor must dairy for Washington. Gad+en.. .> 'in Forum. '. :: Nicaragua project. but it will db .

It1f', I Prince on the munificent stipend of of" procedure. fixing the Border and the dismembered fragments of the profitso; my friends in the vocation -Mr. Jefferson Jackson-"I wish' much to further the rapid progress

i FLA. a dollar and thirty cents per diem, amounts of the studies; and partly because I lamb. When a few hours later she returned if you are not wealthy remember that foh to git some candy foh a made by modern Greece in the arts of

gIII!.. aUL WORK GLAI'ANTKBD.: BulL plus the allowance, averaging five hun there is'no power which can secure however, the dog was found to profit. cometh of perseverance and I lady sah." Confectioner young. : civilization and commerce Sunshine,

-' -- 1, dred dollars a year. made him by his teachers that know precisely have taken the lamb into his especial shrewdness. Money can be made in a Is there any particular kind you would 4u- .I

''f"lP' '".'... -1PEEK & FRAZEE relatives. How it is done is inex: what they are expected, fitted and favor and under his especial protection. thriving town selling fresh country like?" Mr. Jefferson Jackson-'Welt Gradually Wasting Away.. ---- .

*1 plicable... j ; the writer never understood permitted to teach. The consequenceis lIe lay down with it. he followed i it milk by the glass to thirsty pedestri I: dtinno, sah, as dev' Cnfectione!: ---v : .
' how hq did it himself, but it is, nevertheless that the different years of school about and seemed to have become un-L ans. It more inviting on a hot day r "How would of the "Whenyour practicing friend across

J.- lUoraeys at Law and Notaries a fact that the youthful sub life too much resemble the different: eommqnly fond of it-In a, way not at than lemonade i or soda water. Small rI I suit you?" Mr. Jefferson some Jackson'il the way has learned to play.the.cornet \

,. I is always' well dressed does pretty; successive sessions of the Legislature. all allied to carnivorous instincts. In farmer near town. try a dairy on kin gimme some of denv. he will entertain the4wbole neighborhood :
guess you -
ST}HIKE, BRADFORD CO.: FL1.Absl'mots nearlj every thing in the way of amusement I Milton somewhere describes the proc :short the lamb, :; and the dog became the wheels and see what you think of it- dere flesh-colored candies up yander. said" Mrs.Brown.Yes. '

;::; "he wants to, lives like a lord goes ess of legislation as "hatching a lie closest: of "friends, and as long as they George E Newell, in Ohio Farmer. Confectioner-"Ah. ,. you mean those said Mrs. Crown-but by

of Title and Real EsUt! L.Wspeelaty S everywhere, denies himself nothing, with the heat of jurisdiction." Fortu two did live they continued to dwell I I -4 chocolate drops..-America.A that time there'won't be any neighborhood .
Journal. -
6Ey. Al tracin<. fur;\lshed showing every Dee)1ortrng. I, and never seems in want of money, on nately, the process also consists in together in peace and affection. -Afer removing the melon vine: -,. ----- | here.,Somerville. ,
Lien, lax:Sale, Judgment Attachmrnt an income of little or nothing annum I- the brood of lies And the remarkable part of the tale red 1
jind nil: matters of public record and nlakffwtintr per killing already, in the set out a raspberry Milwaukee genius has established i Objected to a Perquisite
Tine of lUml ligtate: in Bradford He has the entree into the best hatched by previous legislation. Now I is 1 hat from that day the dog no more plant on each hill. The manure leftover a school for the training of profes -

--" Unl)'. J-'K-riU, up of Abstract.HEADQUARTERS ,society, and is looked upon with much the process of education in this coun molested !any >lambs! whatsoever. I It[ from the supply given the melons sional teggars. Ho furnishes disuiaes I, Jack-Charley, why, don't you propose

favor: by the charming demoiselleswith try is' by no means so bad in this regard :- \V-TI-S; a, plftiii l case of stmilia similibusrurantur. will induce vigorous growth of can rules for b .ing and a regular: to the Widow Green's daughter? 'S

g whom he 'comes in contact, so as the process of legislation; but L 'The dog wad- at once and next season, and the plants will bo sufficiently route" for each of. M his pupils, tejling She's rich and 1 regarded as the. pearl

FOR much so, that a good match (from the in certain respects the former too forever cured of his vice, and his fond close a they will soon] them the stories to U.-.G and the peculiarities of bar sex. -2

:PXX1.E SU ..A.N'ODIJteprt'enth'l man's point of view) has.. proved the I! much resembles tho latter.-Prof I. uflstress: relates this story to admiring thicken in the row. Keep tho canes of those they are likoty to r Chaley-I know it, my boy. but 1'

the .ivcrpool acDUon salvation of many a spendthrift souI Georgo Trumbull Ladd of f Yalo College friends with mingled pficie and'uffeu L clean until they are nearly ready t< f meet In exchan'o. he demands. half dislike tho mother of pearl.-JewelersWeekly. '

W.J Globe Cuuipsuy.I S 91 Mars, Mars and ''Yenu "have.01: a 1. iu Scribaer'd. "' tiou.-Itootoa; Courier.J: bear, and them.out i too thick. Iky profits. .. ': :j

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b: T .1PtabpeIe. 1$ EeI .Y the People. .- mile noith of here ou the F. O. & P.

-% 41'VBLTSRn WXEeXT .i'lI' Editor TirxroRApn-The "solid chunks railroad, is the great center of, strawberry CO HOUSE

4 -. iTilUa.BRADrORD. FLOETD of truth"contained in Mr Peters' article culture in this state. Last spring when I !
lehiherefar that point I saw strawberries
; .. C.WEBB. of Oct. 25ih aret'ewand diminuiive
very in I be Orlando
p. in abundance for here
=- Editor- and: Publisher_ compared with the massive boulders of mniket Arnvii-g at Law toy theic was IN THEIR -NEW AND .MAGNIFICENT STORES,

f )% VeWCBlYTfOIf fl.OO A YE An.Knifrtd error Contai4in the same article. In hone there vet ripe enough for the market

regard t o the enormous extent of the manufacture and it wits fully a week before' I succeeded NOS- 40 AND 42 WEST BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE FLORID
In securing a crate. In a few days ,
._t 4 to Act Co' in ,
At&trding tf yreat and sale of liquor in the United
cvtr.,1 was enabled to secure one or
_1 tttef iHarle. Fla. SteondNutter. offers the Largest and Finest Stock of
Offi'ee. at ow FURNITURE
States and the immense amount of raw more each day. and all I could pel I sold .

jl4u material used in the manufacture of the readily hi the eastern markets for from 90 They want to sell you yonr Groceries, Provisions, Flour, CARPETS, MATTINGS, WINDOW SHADES, LAMPS, BABY -
cents to a dollar H quart. I
f If the county fpv* "dry today different kinds of liquor th J great number That Iowa having between 300 and 400 Corn, Oats, Hay and Bran. CARRIAGES, :
of in the" business
persons employed acres in strawberries realized front that
\ every good citizen ulioold' < resolve and the millions of money Invested in the culture between $75,000 and $$30.000. BOYS' WIREWHEEL VELOCIPEDES, :

that liqnor shall not be i' the trade. I admit is solid truth. But when Oranges Co. Reporter. They want-to sell you your Dry Goods and Notions. GIRLS' TRICYCLES, -
be claims that all this is necessary Jar the
& county: and unite and insist that the and good nf the I Goods. ROCKING HORSES
prosperity country. ZJae Greatest Anil-Periodic They want to sell you your Clothipg and Furnishing ,

L31 people' wishes shall be obeyed. must'emphatically VV'halever Known Jo the medical profession is quinine DOLL CARRIAGES and i
necessity for medical and scientific 'pur- ,
the base of which is the Calisaya I'ark
In another column will be found poses miy diEt, there is no necessity for of commerce. This bark in gathered by They want to sell you your Hats and Caps. BLANKETS COMFORTS CURTAILS AND

it whatever as a beverage and that ia the the natives of.$oulh American counttics ,
I President Harrison'* thanksgiving ground upon which the temperance people and exported lo all parts of the world for They want to sell you your Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. aooirciSTOV3S: : '

: proclamation. Uarruon did not are figMioe. They srv.not opposing the manufacture of quinine. The terv- ,

t liquor as a medical and scientific agency ant is no greater tbnn his master." and it They want to sell Ton Your Hardware, Tools and Building And more -
know bow the election would
L *'* go, or but solely as n leverage "Claim that if stands to reason that the extract has not SETS -s. ,
he would not havo been so very all the money that is invested in the liquor the curative powers of the original. There (1 Material.Theyhant .

L .. business above tbc. necessities of the people is no more effective remedy.for malarial TINWARE than to the South.t
CHINA and was ever brought .
thankful. wui inverted in manufactmr articles disorders ku.iwn to the world titan Dr. to sell you your Wagons, Buggies, Agricultural Jmr -

of necessity and utility, and the Westmoreland's Cnlisaya touic. which Seeds and Fertilizers. Pi Dri-v-e Iri Pz -
plements, oes i
The the school development of the resources of great -
vote,on special tax sour contains a sufficiency of the purest bark,

will be cast next Wednesday the county- would bt. the most happy and and all disorders .>f the system arising They want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and Whips, Infilet WeDrive Drivel P
: t .
people the world. Instead
: prosperous in : from a diseased liver readily succumb to OverCompetition and >oubt :
l 20th. Muney i In badly needed in millions A dollars being pcnl for liq- its influence. This great mcdiciae is for they want to sell you everything you may need. Give them Away I.

our which does all harm and no good the *trial and will be convinced that they will save yon moneyon ) -
this school district and thin is the sale by Rivers & Joiner. you oc- -
would their for food
people spend money fiid the
You buy at same time guarantee the
only way to raise it. Voters! should clothing education, looks, etc. Ton Through inadvertently kissing a pretty everything and quantity of Goods. quality Send in your Christmas orders NO W before tho BIG E USH sets in I'
would drunken *
see no men or women on
c think carefully before they vote. customer. George lVlneby-. butchefft
the streets; you would not hear of the CLARK & LOFTUS
New South Wales has
Sidney come iufya
drunkard beating Ins poor wife and children ,
:: Wide Awake for November i is fortune. The girl objected to the attention -
.Ik onBjJflilled or killing his fellow-man but all

:.: to overflowing with the when would he be says peace that liquor and happiness.i is as necessary And as magistrates and had, who Winch lined taken him.up be The tore local' the TRUBY STERNBURG & COMPANY 40 and 42 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla. *

twiU literature for the newspapers improved the occasion'vby ,
ycung people. bread, he makes a statement that no sane
preaching several leading article* on human -
I Ilfrjr the issue such man, woman or child will believe for
publishers can a depravity in general and the misconduct $1,000.00IFOIR
they know it to be absolutely false. And
-- good book so cheap is a mystery to again be says that liquor saves more peo- of George Winch in particular. He STARKE m--F'LORJDA. &tA4
woke next, .morning and foiind$ himself -< :
a'.l. I) Co. Boston *2.40 pie from the grave every year than what ,
Lplhrop ; famous, and it was then discovered, owing
II. sends to it, which is another grave error. OITLir $i..oo I
to his -
to publicity gived name,
a year. All intoxicating liquors contain al- NOTI(31

obol! m greater or less quantities, and that. he was -nisiing.- ? heir.. v Know alt raenby these present'that. Samuel Florida Trunk Line. Ten Thousand Dollar In Souvenirs to be Given Away on ihe Grand Opening

\ Lakcviewhas at last got a nexvs- alcohol Is a poison whose nature is to STATE OF OHIO CITT- 'OF TOLEDO 1 W. Fox has th5otea! ; ijned Iorn4 for letter of ofthe
injure health and destroy life when it is LUCAS COUNTY 9. S. administration on th 'T8nr*. Maerman Green- LORIDA CENTRAL
; paper. It is called the Fragment; hill absorbed into the blood either in smull or Frank J.'ChRy'un, kes oath that j be is baum, deceased and all conqerned are hereby F FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION ;;

five-column folio devoted Urge quantities. Dr. A. B. Palmer of of v amrd and admonished toue'and appear at my & ,
a to the sinlQr"ipartnr/'or' firm F. J. office in the Town of Starlfe Bradford County, PENINSULAR[ R. R.
Michigan University itch better utiihorily Cheney ,t Co., doing business lu the City Horida. on Monday the 30M day of December,
the interests of that flourishing city than Mr. Peters quotes-says: "Me.Uicnl Toledo, Conntj7and State aforesaid, A. D. 1889, then ar.d there tA show onus. if any Formerly the F. H. N.Co. Thursday afternoon% January 9th. 189O. 4

and Kingsley lake generally. J. C. writers , that by fur the most and that said firm will pir: the sum of thereby, why the Raid apph'fatinn should cot be Standard- Time Cued.-June 2, 1889.
4 allowed letters of adinlnlstration should
or why
disastrous and'frgaueut cause of poisouingin not oprinted to tueid Snfjiuel W. For. PARTIAL LIST Of SOUVENIRS: 1-No
a Beck, Jr., is editor and proprietor. all our corr.nVerVies is the use of alcohol. and every case of Catarrh thu- cannot be Witness my hand and official seal as Judge o f I T }ijiI11 a Lv Fernandina Ar305p| 8 30 a

Long may it live and do good in its ." Dr. W.Tollivliuniiins w tiles that cured by the u-e of"HALL'S' CATARRIICURE. the Probate'ourt of Bra ru County and Stare 'OOD 11 45 aJU7u Lv LT Jacksonville Ar 1 50 p a 10 at.p Valuation.: I

Alcohol is n brajMfni n." Dr. Alden ef-Thiia; ttlAa ey ss, F. MLPHt1RS, 8lp9i'5p 1242p Lv Cls'.an Baldwin Ar Ar i42p IMP 640aSCOa 1. Certified clierk lor ... ..... . . . .. .. . .. .. $1.000
FRANK J. CUE [SEAL] ( of Massachusetts it firgn"On every organ ; 8w County Judge I27pAr Lawtey Ar 11 f 8 uAr 3 55 a 2. Knafo" upright pjsmo. ebcnized case, engraved panels, stool] and scarf. 600
they touch atpoitGSrw'liie7c" Sworn t<> before me andaub ribed in 955p l4JpAr Starke II28 a 3.SO a 3. Parlor suit, 5 pieces magnificent ilk hrocatelle. willi silk plush trimming ;
resonep this 6th o ,nher, it. It. 10&)p 8 7p \r Ualdo Ar 10:.' a 2 50 a
lake Butlei is soon to have a.newspaper. ? as follows One large sof.i. iu tern cotta ladies'
4 : one
; "is no such thing as their 1556. -A. W. GLEA80N, Notice for Publication. 1120p 3(t'2 p ArAr Hawthorne Ar I"23 a 2 00 a easy
110( a 429pBlOp Ocala Ar 907p7j5a 12 01 aSfida chair in (olive one gent's easy chair in.. blue, :ne largu reception clnir
Jr. IXF 41donaidfb use. They are always an enemy to 1'ie PEAL] Notary Public.hail's OFTICE QAISMVILLE. FLA J
human body. They produce weakness [ Catarrh CuiIs taken internally LAND AT October iaili.1389. f 4ipAr WildwcodLec. Ar 503a O2Op511a in olive, one large reception chair in old gold .. .. ... .... .. 250

the will /upply nol strength; sickness, not health death, and nets directly on the blood aud mucus XrOTIcZ is hereby given that the fnllowing- 60-Ja Q40 |> Ar Ar Tavaiesiirlando btirg Lv Ar 7 :10 a Tofip700p 4. Pair diamond eardrops best quality. .. ... . .... .. ... 250 -

I not life, In large doses in its pure surfaces the nystrru. Send for testirnonialH named settler has filed notice of his Intention 94ia 8 22 pi Ar Lv 5 45 aj 4 00 p7t'0p 5. Walnut bsdro iin set, eight pieces French Leveled mirrors .......... 21)0)

..it1Tor i it. ake Butler has a state, (,when distilled as in brandy rum, free. P. J. CJIF.XKY Co. and to that make aid final proof prooiL will be support made befor of his- RegUtor claim, 31 I I TAMPA DIVN. i i 0I 6. Bet Htvilnnd French china, decorated, 126 pieces. .. .. .. ... ... ..v jgo

bright future andlf she takes advantage whiskey i gin, alcohol is often fatal to life. Toledo, Ohio. and Receiver U. S. Land Office, at Gainesville, I Lv Jacksonville ArWildwooa 6 10 a 7. Gent's diamond studs . . . < .. ... ...... ... ... .. ..... ". 125

In smaller quantities or in the lighter /a-Sold by all Druggists, 73c. Florida, on 5 00 a Lv Ar 845 p 8. Gents magnificent gold watch aud chain . ..... -.-.-----...-J.... 125 ,
of oppotunities as they DECEMBER 1STH, 1839, 5 40 a Ar Panasoffkee Ar SOCp1730p
nov>i-4w 9. Elegant Fiench chiu.i; dinner set, 149 pieces '
beer wine and cider-when used < jfjO ciJo.
* liquors- viz: John Danson. Melrose Fla.. II E. No. 1 33. 6 in a Ar Euiiitemlle Ar
4 present thettiselr*, there is no reas as a beverage nlcohal injures the health forthe bW< tec 2 Tp 8 S Range'a E. He names 715 a Ar St. Catharine Ar 6 4, p Lwly's gold watch and chain, solid gold very fine. .. *" .*. 415

in proportion to the amount takeu." (See The Tne New of the Railroad. Southern the following witnesses to prove his continuous 8 05 a Ar coochee Ar 60> p 11. Music box. 10airs - - !!" ..! ?5

: on why abe shoun not grow. Hygiene for Young People.) I have never and Florida building has been completed Georgia (or will George residence Chestnut upon cultivation Sr..Oeorge Ches of. said ut. Jr lend. Peter viz: 10 85 30> a u Ar Ar Plant Dade city City Lv Ar, 5l5p400p 12. Parlor folding Led, cherry finish. . . . .. .. ... .. .. ... 65

seen Waid's Fallacies of Tceloialism. but tie in a few days) to Lake ( ity. Work on llagan James Swindal.oil of Melrose. Florida J- -IT.CEDAttIEvlt.. 13. Antique hat nick diamond, French beveled mirrors. .. .. .. .. ". 65 :
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The result oflhe' late election has I imagiue-il sustains about the came reUliun the road between Lake City to Palatka is ALEXANDER LYNCH, Regtsu'r.Master's 7lOp 1145a Lv Jacksonville Ai| UOr| 610 a 19.1NJ other souvenirs, nggregnting .. . .. .. ... ............ }6.P99 65

been all that j6e Democratic party lo temperance as Tom Paige's Age of going on rapidly and will be ready 000i) 2 40 p Lv Waldo Ar 10) 85 p94'Ja 340p230p 2O.OOO souvenirs amounting tu . . ... . ... .... ... ....*v,9ati
Reason does to Christianity. No truth or Sale.; 7 ID) a 3 r2 p Ar Gainesville Ar
in the winter and!
could hope fort: Large Democratic early fully completed 10 45 a 412lAr Archer Lv Only 20,000 Tickets sold $
; $5rul215p at
sense in either. And Dr. Chambers' theo in operation from Macon to Palaika. By virtue of and in pursuance of an order and 1.00 Each.
4 ;3 t BronsonC'eriitr Ar 74Ha53U .. .
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: gaTI8'Lave b'een made in every fctate ry is the most successful formula fui the From parties directly from Lake City we decree Fourth of Judicial the Hon.Cir James mat of M.Florida Baker,in Judge and forthe of the .- -. .00 r Ar Key L tee Sur.d.iy's TIMES-UNION for full li.I l if Souvenirs. '
.and have Democratic manufacture of drunkards the devil ever learn that this roa'd. in all probability Co'iiiiy of Bradford, dated October 22d. A. D. 9 1 I WESTERN MVX 2 li) Tickets ywA -ulmisMon to rnnd opei.iu of the Exposition. Agents wanted

many gone invented. He s.iys il is impossible! to make will lw extended from Lake City to Tam 189. in a matter wherein Letter Colvin is complainant 7'0p 15 B'Lv J.'stkmnville Arl 3 45 j 4a p Committee tu uwird: the Souvenirs: Gr. Oeu. P. Drew, 1'. T. Stockton Dr

outright. If the people are allowed lhn use of strong drink a crime by divine pa. The contiact for the extension from atc.l JameH S. A. Suowdenand Susan P. 80'l' 8ntPa.r Baldwin Ar'30)p' 14lP( Jos. Y. Porter, T. \YiInuTlh.. J. R. Tyson, A. \V. t'ockrdl. Jr. '
law. Head Lev. x, 9; G-tl. v, 21; Ksaivh.v. has let tM.owden,hl wife, defendants, I. the undersijrned 1040p i6 a Ar Lake City At J p 1112 a All orders for tickets should Lesu-iit v.' JJ. *
Macon to Birmingham been or at said to Birnttt. President of
their own they will vote Dem- as Special Master appointed by Court, 11 5S p 027 a Ar Live Oak Ar 1 $1 r U5T) aM5u flue National
way 22; I Cor. vj. 10. If he noes not call least n portion of il l is already under contract in pursuance of staid decree will sell ntpnblic 145 a 11 8a Ar MadisonMonticello Ar H2Ra ianh of JnckSDiiville.: Jacksonville, Fl.i, acctMnpanicil l by the nmoey..-*l for each i4
thai which excludes from the! auction,in (Font of the Court, Louse door in the .
ox&thevery-. a crime one and negotiation* arc pending which 41 a12 f2 ItiAr Lv 10 r5 a r. 2r. a ticket.

,- kingdom of God 1 do not know what lie will doubtless result in speedily pulling Town between of Starke.the legal in hours theuald of sale County, on of Mondav.Braaionl.the 610a80ia' 303p'Ar 2t'2pAr' Tailahas'ee Quincy LvL\ ft'a 310 a !Send to the Serntaiy for a full list of Souvenir .

The city fathers have at last decided would call a crime unless il be the holding tin whole line from lu Mac uj ad day of December. A. U. 1W-0. thesan e beir.g 9-20. a 4 00 pt.trfliver Junclloi Lv 7tia.UU'StOu,159a:>a r86Ooo IN PREMIUMS fpr COUNTY and Individual
of a temperance Iqdgc. He : IIhai tli legal sale day.the following described land bo-
says j under construction. Tin -pli; A
This is > the ofthe aid Jame8 S. A.Snow den TrainsNos 1.2,7,8.11. 10. H. 14daily. Nos.3. Exhibits. Seiul for full lists.
tu erect street lamps. been und jog prorertx
urged tut production -
> ; ed of Southern 4
the the
S4. 30
by projectors Georgia and Su-an P. Snowrten,hla wife defendants and 23. daily except Sunday; S daily except
"the noblest not of all," and should Sblc of liquor is subversive of public murals and Florida is somewhat remarkable. subject to aid decree situated in said County of Monday. F. DILLON, President. '2

: such is not ihe case, for experience -Tall-ihassec Flondian. Bradford and described an follows: The south FKUNANDINA AND JACKSONVILLE BR'CII.Ooing nov8-3m
meet with the hearty approbation of demonstrates precisely the opposite." If' half of the scutheaa quarter of section I we, and Going south. north. !. A. ADAMS, Secretary. *ll.
north half of northeast Quarter, and the southwest No M. Xo. 5. No. 6. No. CO. -
citizen of Starke. Now if the you were to go to Hades you could not Convincing Proof.In t
every quarter of northeast quarter of f-ectii Diiily. D'y exS'y. Daily. Dad.
find u greater error. Dr. i&offran to the many Instances it has been proven that B. eleven ill), all in township seven (7) south of A M. A. )1. P. Af. A. 5'. A. E. MTT
cleanliness of the tov.n was looked roulrary notwithstanding. It puts rugs on B. B. (Botanic Blood Halm), made by the Blood rani nineteen(19)) east con'aining two hundred 110) 715 Fernnndiaa. 530 1025 ,

-. after little better would have the drunkard's back.< pains in his head Balm Co. Atlanta. Ga, will cure blood poison in acres, more or les-s. Tern's cash. Purchaser 110'J 7 H Shops. 528 loiS
740 :
a we paying for title'. Il Harts Road SOS 957 sTAEKEJ: : (CALL STRKE-r)
and misery in his soul. It breaks his its worst phases, even When all other tteatmeot W.T.Wir&s. 112)' 741 UarU Ritiil Junction SOI 9551U:4l PDORID... _
thw prettiest city in the state _of its wile's heart and beggars his children. Il fail.. Oct.2 :h. A. D. 1880. Special Master. 1117 8 07 Duval 43S : _f_ __1----__,._._ "- ''-
P. M.1i1 To Pat r jus and the Public 1
me. makes drunkards, of our sons and ruins A. P. Brunson. Atlanta. Ga., writes: "I had 8 :3.1: Jacksonville my general would respectfully announce
Junction <
our daughters. It stifles progress, makes 24 running ulcers on one leg and B on the other, Sheriff's Sale. 1221 8 42 Waycrosn Ju ction 4 4 911 SOt that i am still it my old stand, read v to serve my custom on short

Pcternon'a Magazine for Dccember inupersand lunatics. it causes homicide and felt greatly prostrated. I belieyo 1 actually Under and by virtue ,of nti ord rf 1325P.. M. A.M 845 Jacksonville 4(0 900 n.-itu-p. As heretofore, shall in the futtlre use my best endeavors to turn
und suicides. Il racks the nerves swat owed barrel of incdiclae in vain tSuria to ( .ile; issued out of the County jr. A. M. out good work at a low figure. I solicit the
Cbrutmaa number is the most ruins the character ard damns the soul. 7:15 a in New Orleans Kxpress. shortest u' d of those in netd of
( ) cure the disease. With little hope I finally acted Court in and for the ( oa"tv of Hruilfonl, quickest line to Middle and West Florida points, '
ladies' magazine ever pub ROW, these are "solid chunks of truth" on the urgent advice cf a friend and got a bottle SMtto of Florida, dated O.-tober ath) I PensaroU. Mobile and New Orleans. 7:15 a. m. Oax'riages,
perfrct, and neither Mr. Peters nor anyone else of B. B. 11. I experienced a change, and my U8': in :. nntter whreium C. J. Hensley in and 7:00: p. in. trains connect through to Thon.- -
lished. Tins magazine has been can dispute th ni. It is despondency wan somewhat disp llpd I krpt <-oinilHinint| and II. A. F.inuor aim'! | asviile. Montgomery,Nashville. St.'LOUM. Cin W agols
Dot the law that demoralizes using It until I had taken 16 bottles, and all lh J. E. KierulffHro defend! UIH, I will! sell cinnati.Chicago and all points North at d Went.
improved after until now prohibition ulcers rheumatism and ether horrors of blood Arrive at 2 41 p m. and .3 45 p in. aiid. Carts
year year the criminals that break the law. The polaon have disuppeai ed. and at last I am sound at public auction, in front of the (Com 11 45 p in Mail and Expresg or all points South ,
it_it the ladies ideal niagazi e. No love of money and liquor had already de- nd well aga-'n fter au ezperiauca of twenty house door in tao Town of Starke. in Gainesville. Orala. Leesbursr. Tavarea. Apopka or any other style of
Dioralized them before the law ears of torture." said County of Bradford, between the Orlando. PanasolTkee(St. Catharine!, Dade Cltv,
lady nbouM be without it, and none prohibition RuU. Ward. MAX T. Oa.. writes "Mv disease legal aours'of s. ''e, on I'Lint Citv. Arrives at 1 511 p m. VEHICLES.Plows -
was passed. It is money and liquor that won pronounced a tertiary form of blood poUon.Hy lbe2d l of December A. 1). 700 p to Local, connects through for nil >>int*
will, that hi* once seen it, Send 25 demoralizes jurors aud.u. ii nes c*. It u a face, head and shoulders ereamcsi of cor Monday duty South. Ocalit, Oainetville Let-sburg. Tavang .
fundamental of the ruplion and finally th j dit-easf bega1- eating my 1889, Orlando, Tarpon Spring, Southerland, bt. Petersburg
cenu for nample copy to Petcrson'ri principle liquor buyers kull boii.s. My bout ached my icidnej a were the Mine I b> inp a legal sale day. tlm fol- and Tampa. Arrives at 6 Onui. Harrows Cultivators to order
and sellers lo evade the l.ivta legulal- diMtngeci. I loit flf.h aoJ strength a- d life be- lowing described property "itis.itpilin II45 a m rumbrrland RouteExpretn.ronnpctg ,
Wagaxinc, Philadelphia, PA. lug the business He says il it injurious caiao a burden. All saitt I must surely di e. but said County of Bradford and rlem-rihcd at Fernaiulina with steamer City cf Bru-iswick '.
nt-vertJjeleiM, when I had i.etl 13 Ixittle* of B. B daily for IJrunMvicfc Macon,
to thu consciences of the people lo be ChatubOdgd -
follows A certain stoatn iw-inil! And other Furining'lmplements.REPAIRING
: ;
: B I was pronounced well. Hundreds ol sari L.ctiivi5e, Cincinnati St. Louis and .
County SupiTint. Hill dees not ulvMiys violating hue hiw. Well, why do en n w l>o s s.i oa m titiv., U.F bio-4 witt Hinl mwhinpry onnoctetl thoriitti.. sit- Chlcrtfcco. Arrives 1 SOp m4yOpm
they violate the law? They are nol compelled over twelve months." u;>tid( at Ilxinpton, i in lie CnnniyofHnflford Feraandiaa Mail and Express dailr
propose to hit still and draw big pay lo do it. Truth i js. tne liquor men cnovp
from the county for doing nothing, have not much conscience to injure; they NOTICE.) of land dsrribod sis follows: Two and landings with steamer; TluirVay) St. Nicholas with for Mallory i-avannah stoanu-ra and way for GUIIP, Pis-toli! ttc., made neatly aril| strongly by experienced
have soaked il in arid crime sfven-tcntlis acres, more or less, in the Workmen. the
whiskey until York. btit
By virtue of an order made br the Honorable New Arrives 8 50 am. Sunday! train Only materials used.
but in actively engage*) in school it is about dead. Get unuiiy is all hush; William F. Malphurs. County Judge of Brad ord sonMi corner of that portion of lie N\V| leives Jacksonville 8 43 a m. *

work. During the last two weeks she has dumped all her drur kanls into the ;j I'ounty, Slate of Koricla, fxt-rei-lnf probAte ot'NEl )f Section Township; ? south This new service Rives perfect ccnne< tiorg at gg HORSE SHOEING according to t; Scientific Principles. ., 3n '
U.i i ted Sates. The I Ihii'u j powers,dated the 6tli day nf November. 1JH9HDDointini' of K.inio 22 east, being west of Hie Florida Baldwin torah points North, East and West. -- .
he has visited eighteen schools in tempi ranee peop'ej me the imilersUncd as ('Commissioner Control an-! I'eniusiiUr r.iilrov.l .tnd Via C'allahan to all points Noi th. East and West, -
-. learned a good many .lessons troni' t<> oll certain real e tate bituntml in said Count 'ibed via Fprnandina. oonneetinz stcaitu-r city
fu ooniineivintr
her lKMC thepoint
------ which 874 pupils the them iu this couniiy. Sumptuary legislation of Ura>lftrd.. belonging to tV etate of Jcssre rt < 8 s at ol Brunswick for Brunswick, Macon Atlanta,
were average is Johns late of Bradford County. State of Fbi ida. where the Wi>.->L line of the above and all points North and West. J1ZilRi
attendance of which was V01. AK a great bugaboo" to the advocates dettase'i. Kow by virtue tW authority ve.jted railroad right of way I intersects I Iho Wht Daily Special to connect at Fernandina for
of pvisonnl liberty, uine-teulhsot whom in me s such CornmLssioner. I will -ell ID front boundary el" said quarter. th m'e northerly Boat with Rrnnswick. Oa. Leave Jacksonville AXiij ,
] there are &2 schools in the county do not understand the phrase. They speak of the Court House door in the Town of Starke, along paid right of way .dglit i hundred tiOS. Leave Fernandina 11 a. m. Arrive Fernanditia -
the In.the said County of Bradford on the let Monday I"li5.' : Arrive Jacksonville 12U noon.
as though object of prohibition ia lu
anti feet thence
and all running now; if the other determine the 24 day of Dt'Camber. 1'39, bctnrei>-> the seventy-seven ; A. O. MacDonnelf, P. O. BUJL3DING.
what a man shall eat and drink. legal hours of sale, at public auction,the following westerly and parallel to section linn on 0. Maxwell, o. P. tVirtyfour average as well as the TLu 11 an error 1 U% H'vks i rouibU far land of the entile of the g tid deceased: Titesid" north lioinidary of nid quarter two hun- ( Manager.
beverage purposes the atde of that which of tfle NW an4tbQW of the druj and seventy-two foot j thence southerly N. S. Pennington, D :E I EJ E'. 3 I 1f

eighteen visited it will make 2,490 will ruin the K-ople. Such efforts are Set'uuenone 20 UTotuchipG nL'o) of Jbtttgtt twenty aloug vet buuudiiry ofd.l quarter 'I'rafll.Y3iutuager.iiiiiiii SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY IF ALL KINDS AGENTS
[ ] eac' thirty 1301 acres on ttue south
; ,
pupils en the school register of this obliged lo be right, and our highest authorities of the SEM of the SV Ji : also 30 acres ou the right Luu pronounce such legislation con south side of vfH of the SWV Sectio tlnrtj'-air p'aoeof: begi atulttg. including; two amid IN MY WEEKLY PAPER, Mbc
county, and 2,060 pupils attending stitutional. He says: "h would tie tin- t6)) Tp 5 south of llanpe twenty I f5l] cast containing MI'IJfl-t.iiti! ,'( icies more or less, same I WANT :

school day With djligen* greatest misfortune fur llic to be one hundred and forty [HOJacre1* more haysna been levied on under attachment: A mllable paper that I can .
every country or Also tlie EJ of NEX of Section iliiitvMX at in.stittitii ofsni Terms cash SEA-SIDE LIJJRAHY
ruled by ihe fanatic tempeiauce worker" (3St Tp "i i south of Kangeaj east; also SVfif of parch I WANT Solely take Into my family. FINE CIGARS.
wok and good management we believe Wi'II, it has not but Knn>.is, low or the N WJi of Srctimi thirty-one(SI i Tp S soe'. r set j--i\'ing for title A paper which repmente fllgh Ideals

Hill will do Maine, or any part of the e.'Isui'rv' where Ranse twenty-on [1lJ] oast cimtoichiun. H.XIYV.. Errarsox, I WANT Anaaouu4 FiInip1Ti. SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FORAxV PAPER
Superintendent drci and taty acres more or !t. -< jntai i g Shorilf Ilradlord Con utt.v, Fla.Notice OR MAGAZINE Orders
they have coutrd; but on i he oilier hand iu all two hun.lro I ant 1 sixty ..urea more or lev:. Nov I"t, 18S9. ..latest flom }.wa, J-olicited and! prompt attention given to same.
even better than this bc fore he The L.t04t Foreign Nw,
gets they are the nmM prosperous an happy Sold buntn aino.-.j; the tcirs. Terms TheLat.
iolitical .
through with this school year. stales in thu couutry. Mr. 1'eleis najs cash putchabcr paying fur titles.Jut>c:>u L. IIiLt.. of Election. I WANT Market lUporta, .

temperance is a good thins if rightly Ube(;. Nov. 8. 1-89. nmissioner IteLlaUe' quoutlon of Farm Product, KEY & CO.
Vheres the Board of Public Instruction for
The Lira Stock JtarkeU.ratonoUl ComnieroUl.
( The Baptist as.'n Meeting. liquor fraternity are the County of Bradford, State of Florida have I WANT ,
River all that abuse it. 11. U the bquoi trade declared it special school sub-district of said ttMulbia and MMMonaklo Editorials
The of UK 2s cw Baptist
meeting what lakes the bread out of the mouths of BRIM STORESj. County I ha'olio win?territory, to-wit: All ol FoUtlcal'Social,and Moral ttona STTiSVIrj
Is AMccUMou Ml be Jiirdi church in Urnd- hundreds of thousands of the women Sectio .8EK of Sec. 2"J: NX of Sec. 33; W.V o- I WANT rr- 0-5
poor Section 3*. suit the W# of Sec 27. all in Town The oram of the best Editorial
ford county "a the 7lh-10th inclusive. and childreu and gives Ih. m nothing ship, S Kaiice 2! E. in said County: Therefore Ia N.w To let York and Ohsr itchy aiid weekly papers DISTILLERS AND
bUd interuf but a "stone." He says that the liquor it; la ordered that an Election will be held and at.know waas they think at JDUBEKS IN
w* *trptl cnccesK, very
notice i< herby given that an election will beheld
ealooii is
absolutely to the build (lgo.i.reUable PURE
hly evinced by the nccebbury in Starve. Florida on WEDNESDAY THE 20TH Para and Garden ArtlelM NORTH CAROLINA
i, unpurnlled bocpl ing of Written HAD MADE
character by ft-actfe
up a good Well, well DAY OF NOVEMBER A. D. 188J. for the purpose I WA NT JUo.
idtiz, ns lu the neighborhood (md much to well! That beats all the CMrors yet. Ac- of deciding whether the said sub-district To know something*>t the Home Life of
--'- cuniing to that shall specially taxed to raise funds over and Tue American people,anti or buy
do with tbo e H d fer'ins itrul success ol we ought lo ot-1 up a s.iloonin
one -nd of all school houses above tl.e State and County tax to Increase thsihool I WANT WOtoOUghtoafldezp.rlenor*. CORN WHESkEY
our and
fourteeu and la mid sub-
the meeting. There were present prlvilegos opportunities Jfto&MUit moral atones for the
chuchsii| fact every whrie. so we" would district and also for the purpose of electing ThMbo TounKPo iiV.
*:Lureh <. *rd two new churches were received till fcoon have goi.d characieis. What do three School Trustees in and lor said sub district; As children they dofoyafrjeJ.may look for Ue MM*

inluJhe useockthin., A spirit '.1 the people uf Bradford county think of at .which Election only Tax-payers on real or I WANT APPLE AND PEACH
personal property within said sub district will be Stories of Interns for n*Elder. BRANDY
witty prrv.ttledard much interested was the idea, or the man i advanced it} entitled to vote. For we.too like our hours of UKare. ,

uusiuens Suppose ull the people were of his opinion Th Board of Public Instruction THIS 18 WHAT I DON'T WANT: Atid Sol" Proprietors of the eelebrate.l "
iu the Titrious mutters
Hud should carry out his ideas. what sort for the County of Bradford I DON'T WANT } I Y" branti of (,id.fa'.llioued )
ltre the nut-ting, especlnllv that ut missions. of a would li.ivcwitltiu L. GAS KINS, Suit of Florida. Loaf padded New Article; hAND MADE CORN VIhIsKEy jiatketl in
country we ten Attest: I). I.. ALVAREZ The padding doe n't 4d to the T JM. cases (,f
There were piefeutlhlrtecu minister years fr'.m now? A verit.iUe Pandemonium DUALKU IS J. L. fiLl Chairman. And I Ii&v'i lime to rind them, one dozen bottles.!

*, and niircoual% ,* judge. Rev. Wm.F. tii .in\Vhai he s>;iys iu rt-g-ml to prohibi Drugs & MedicineuStarke Secretary.StaJke.. Florid.Oct. 7th. 18S9. I DON'T Fu cc,one-aided WANT Editorials. fit ruuigh I om i app!Ieit iiyi itt i'I is'a .nit
county"is to
n our quzant
simply an
nbsmdty.: bv luast'i par-
special .
pleader ( ,
s (
Helphur*. wn again re-elctted modertor i,: ; spondeHCe
1 have duul-t but hats Flat who can see solicited from
no lucre been a deal Notice.WHEREAS nothing eod dealers luLl consumers
.. __
In any side bum their M *>
of ihitt distinguished tody and Rev.L. U'.ore whi>ke> drank in the county thun D.vrld L. Alvarez,administrate.- WHA1"PAPER .wn

t >V. KlfUhter. clerk.t Ought lo have been but when he asserts Piiy&icians' Prescriptions ol M. F. Brown.Ute or Bradford NOW, WILL FILL THE BILL? __
: Unit thcre'lias been as much drank since County Stale of F'oriiU, deceased has filed in WE ASS WEE
Uarefull}, Compounded nt all hmtrt-Aav or a tiugge-tion of the insolvnoy of said
The Citictigo Herald claims that that the county went dry as before, he is ineiror. ,
1iiu estate these are t litre fore to notify all persons THE NEW YORK
j? *lty IMU #lrwidy had pledged) to her tup. I have been informed by some of holding elal.nn agii js>t *aU estate, to nie the WEEKLY WITNESS P1UNTEKS' INK.A :

port for he world's fair 161 congressmen the best informed men iu the county that Kauie lu my office,duly authenticated, on or by KTERT JOITBSJU. FOB DVERTISZut.

F bf the 164 s&ecesnry lo it choice with 40 there has nol tacit the tenth gallon drank U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER day the Second therx will dry be of niailo January a A.rata D. lx distribctiua' on which uftheaPheU TIME.tip. Pfl'TERSDK U Just what it rurrorts to b#.

more win faVor that city U & second tnui was bcfi'i*. And 1 b lievc it. for iftheie uf said csUta uauong pro tho creditors of oj;y $j A Y.&ti. a Jouitw! for r averti >'rs.'' :tu iuueU on tbtf

.; choice. Tlie Ucrald adds: "There Is uorteitoD had been as muclr drank as he claims the ha me. firsi ami uru-ont day of each niontli.and to therepreseultaOvejuri..the
1 surely would have of the effects Witness my hand and seal thIs May 21th. A. The Wrry., Im inst tbs paper to. Tsimers 7apt. trade Journal so 10spek.of
seen some
doubt the of these
: correctness Ameri'-a.
to P 1S33- WM. F. Mati'ucss.SEALI Sr. wire.. Farm...'SO.s,7armer'Dtiuint.r.,Country adrertiseni. ItM the IB*
figure tnd therefore Chicago may t>? But. I hav* no lecolirctiuu uf seeing [ County Juige. i5ereh.snts Country ktacksmithe.- tending; and Int-xjierif ced AilrcrlLsrr in pkic.
than drunk CenHmtBr.BillileM.Bton, iasoaa. sat all c.' Rrticles how. *hen eel wht rr 14)
the mote two men sine I caniuto 4T6muPATENTS other
Bald to ujft-ttdy practically woo laborers. who form ibu
beckbone of our Country and advertise: how tu wute out an ad eitst-
coveted P"Z". W ith a mHJoiily vote. the county ninl thai was. last christnins. thoroughly poa$ 4 In whec Is geic meat; txjwto.i3r: >Uy one; what newspaper. or

,- which Mr. Cntgin Miys we will ndouhtl And I defy hie or any'othtr man in show Tke WITNESS other intniu u> use; how much to extant-la! 1
evil thai offers...of th* moss vala. 'act.i; : ourrfcs on admttsof
h..s : every pint
liMYr l.: shirt U is po-lmbie that any puilnbilion prinluceit. : ---i- Me tiutt
on. premium
As to the license 1.-I to the Cavejts ai.d Trade-Marka obtained and ai: *fmr paper ia A>erte pr'1tabe! dLseusslon, If you wi%er i3tf at all.
Congress may rurlyira-Dectiubvr (.teth1it. nuioey cuuuly ant business co'ducted fur alODKIlATE FE23. Every article guaranteed sad awaybeUw 1'1tIiP.s'; I.K c-jii help you. IVrhaiM you
ly ditjde flue locution. thoughru-r the -thai is a blessing r.Lthu-r th-in: a cur e, Our office is opposite United States Patent Office retail prices. Send for a free copy.r.mPie. peni bi-t tendolUrsavtrnr in Hdrcrli.u.:ifs".
ordinary circumstances it is not ,pn.b' time and at l'iI>JLR.S*INK may show vcu line to obtain
vole uuti: titter und cries of lac: children and the souls of 1 cost thaii those remote from Washington. 8 .lent free to any addreas. I'i' double the..ertce you are pow get lug t.,r cnr
that 11 woul4 l come i. talMhc monev.
Send model drawing or photo with descnptiou. a. but
tkeJflidtyi. It is a mailer for congratLlaiqnjWaytIlat the cruukurds. The Hleraic! drinker WeadvUe, if patentable or not free of ; ON: l>OLTAKa hamplv copy costs but Fnt
& in.iny CungreSL ntei1s no inducement to hug the jug, he -AN!)- charge. Our fee not dn till patent secure 1.A 1. JOHH DOTJGALL & CO., :*$ A'lvrni.inz is an art pnicrtcrd by mani"hutulnt.rstoo.t .
secured. !:.uil! the already hd All the differeace between UTIlE lOK. "How M Obtain Pat uts." 130 Naaeaa St., New Yvrk.tu b ; by few. The cotmtwtors of"*'
ioi.LvoLca re already : : ISK *
the su.t-ak seller and the licensed JEwJii1E nauif ol actual clients in youriate.county P1UJJTKKV undfrsuuid It tbOrvi Wy. -
Inve visit4etct town free. Surely fheirr.'Hke. bn cd of*
&nr4OUJMrflJtIt v-lll n very or aunt Addre-a. > on f.u exi+Tiriut
L- i.icr.aibitig ll.c suhs ripa fl'* aud seller is the li- -nsc: the man is nil the STAUKE. FLA. C. A. SNOW Siib-t-ih l Ii j-TKI.EURAPH. Only mote tUan Inenry flic yearn will help JOH. Act
in (, attention t ive.i tt> repair! Watchi Sc CO.
MIint und 1'e is a disgr-tn- and H curse lo g 5L.ok dress: GEO- P. ROWELL fc Co'sewspaprr
t&t, c1uhI will crvh 'rtiy lita-i] t- w commuduy. R. B. AXTBUNT. and JeweirT. Ac.. Lc. AllWurlc !*.. CpptPatent, Office, Washington, D. C., $l.u(} ) .1 yt'ir, 50 o-'iits for g.x .. A-Jviriuli:(f Bureau.

.,. the 10.XW.OW( mark." any pw f's? month and 25o for thee month-. lOSp&uee SI..Nrw YorN.ti -


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I I. BIu.orUed. I ,,1Ir.Vm.. Tison has bargained his School Board* -' :InDIEDCoi -'. = *
1I'BB/DFORD COUNTY Y' TELEGR/PH I. Though RED or BLUE I place on New river to \V II. Connor. Scuo hoard 'met' HI the couil knit,, .:.\ : 1[ "
The MAKE may be.meatsa ; # ,'. : :;
It Monday Ji v. 4th at 10 o'cUrf-k n. m. residence in I..rk J .- --;., .
I 1- you're DrtThis J Mr. Renton Ellis from Gaines- October. A.. I). :i | "
;Ac I paper-see? [ Present, I). L. Alvarez. chairman and f
; NOT. 15 1889. I -friends and relatives a member of n", } .!, Jt
akeFill. ville, is visiting '
J. O.'Byrd Minutes of last ,,.
Come in and town meeting approved. & A. M.. and wna a :' .. ..

= Then The just we'll turnThemoneycount. in Starke. Bonn! iiisioiHil of vo.n uiilln- cemetery) at Jf ck!*! | l : ( ..,. ';; : '

Local affairs. I Mrs. II. C. Martin, from Cedar ed business and transacted more HS follows !- Solomon LodjftS) ;.,' ..-:;- -' ..;-.

Go home new made. Keys, will ,open a first-class millinery! : l'erfected the coctnirU with tbe Miuouic honors in t ..' :, '
For City Marshal.- And full of I'l'fitYourprlnttor.s store one door east of the jewelry various teachers. Made a special allowance usual said customs Bradford of : ';
I1i paid. our ---=I >: '
Mr. D. L. Alvarez take -
The friends 4 Ld you are blest. store in a few days.In fur the following schools for assistants: : .
.- in presenting him to the, citizensof ..
.,. pleasure Surke for City Marshal and earnestly Mr. W. C. Barnes left last Fridayfor last week's issue we stated erroneously LitwU-y $20 Hampton $20. Starke" colored ford At Lodge a regular No.cnn 42 ; J'.

solicit their support. St. $10. Bloxam $12. Five Mile $12.M aiulThoman :
Augustine. .
that Mr. J. W. Pinholster 5th. \. D. 8S9. the ." fI \

FRIENDS.I The city council has decided to I I old his place to .John L. Morgan.It $12. On motion the salary of were unanimou! lyt ..... .;
announce myself a candidate teacher at Bloxam was made( $35. Ordered It has pleased!: the
respectfully the is bargained to same party for
1t4KIMG erect lamps.
for City Marshal" and solicit the that the Sink Hole school) be allowed:: to Universe to remove 11III" ,

support of the voters of Starke at the city To-day you must vote. Next $1,500. run three months at n house near the Ute Moore and highly Ix-
Miss Jennie entertained a ; therefore
i ell'Ctlon. H. HOMJHG8WOBTH. Wednesday you must vote. of about Strong 4o of her Edwards mill. Received n deed<< from KettolvtrJ. Tail r.a."i.'III! !!! .
company young Jus. S. Rozier for of land for W. W. Moon MAi
OWDER fine acre
/ Peek has returned to Starke
Maxey friends at her home last Friday
announce myself as n light and ul' ) ;
I respectfullY school site. Ordered that .
candidate for Town Marshal and osk the from an extended trip to Georgia. night, the occasion being the fourteenth two mouths of member land true ; = .
Pursj.Tk .
'Absolutely suffrage of the voters, of the city at Hie Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sternburg have anniversary of that young. the SpArkman chool appropriation be we bow with n-\'; .
city election. If I am elected Iwill allowed on schl building. The following mission to the
4 J powder aneS'enarles.! A:ntnAft More ecoDOlDIe&lordID&I'1' parity. coming paY my assistants out of my salary gone to visit friends at DeLand and lady.Mr. warrants were, irsued: High, we mourn !l : e

tk&a ItTsm1t* tlada multitude and c& not of low be sold tmt la, and agree to haul out of town free all the Citra. I' A. McD. Prosier, of Chicago, Arch Moore,"building $ 90R brother whose =
.ointIorI with the accumulated in town, and light him at once a le.& -
alum or pbc>>ph&tepoweSen. Sold rubbish Mrs.\ '1'. A. and Carl who ,owns a beautiful orange grove ,.
Knight are R 25 IP.SII
short cui,. ROYAL BAWO Po1rDD 00..116 and kiep the street lamps in order. Wynn i nd a blessing to b p. :
J.+ wall jv &reet an ew Yort.J H. AUSTIN.: in Middleburgon\ a visit to Matthew ou the south side of Bedford lake, J D Johns, 85 Masonic virtues 1 .... ...

Knight and family.Mr was in the city this week. Mr.:,}1. Hector Dell, rent for house / 8 hearts of his :
T te Powell M. D., I announce myself as a candidate for returns to Chicago',now but expectsto proffer the hand II!
: re-election to the office of Towu Marshal W. Lawrence has built a neat back fall and remain J L Hill superintendent: 85 patby lo the needy :: -:
C" PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, and solicit the support of the citizens nt and substantial house on his farm citizen come of a D L Alvarez school board 2 fraternity and *- : -- --..

the conJng town election. Respectfully.E. north of J C Byrd. S in all the noW all:; <

1 I S'I'ARKE, FLORIDA. D. WALL. just St.UkCl.0 Prof. D'Albert Wenzel officiated :at TELfcOR\riI, llulkll: notice ,5 merited the hhr>et; << ..... .
Rev. Burton delivered a very able the in the Methodist church Resolved, That 1 ....
Sewing machines cleaned and re- organ Amelia McCulley teacher 00 of Ibis lodgt. be > ( : (
, tGALvARFz; paired. Apply to J. B. Davis, at temperance lecture at the courthouse Sunday moAning and evening. The G P Young, ..'>i,.\ 125 family in their sore .

lR EVERYTHING' store of R. M. Alvarez. Tuesday night. Professor is a very talented mus N S Moore, ". % 80 Resolved further, .

DEALER IN Arrived Mr. James White, at Temple's ician. lIe is on his way to Havana, JHColMn.?,.. """" ,, 85FAJJonw. be !'plead upon the ). : ... -=ws .. '.
1, -A.3STD another car 'load of the popular Mil'! has as beautiful a patch of ber- after which he will return and play jftgg20'' l'n ': and that a blank of ......", ., -I
utes in
:'I j "SWEET HOME lies as can wll be found. this season at the Ponce de Leon, at o E Dunlen, .1 / : 20 and that memory a copy of .

14 COTTON BUYER. This flour has given perfect satisfac- .:Mrs. Al Smith, of Lawtey, and St. Augustine.The L D Clmthen, .. '' .: 140 sent to the dear r = .

tion and the sales of it have exceeded Miss Howe of lonia in drunkard hath no wisdom: Annie Douglass. .. 20 brother and also a -- '.; .
Agnes were I COUNTY & .\ :; ..
,'i TIBOARD' OR ROOMS.. our greatest expectations. Try the city Monday visiting; friends. He taketb his drink behind the abominable Katie M High. II 25 WM .r- ".". ;" _.. &V'"

ANTED-A few Boarders oninabjs'terms a barrel. Heiberger & Richard.A places, that it shall not be I C J Denton 40 J. E. WAg :; .0

: :; or will let Rooms, fine stock of candies and crackers Mrs. S. J. Sternburg has one of the known And. then be saith: ha, ha! .1 ., t .. .10 II&iiiiiia-..,., /'

l "+ furnished or unfurnished.U at Walter Wills. prettiest ponies imaginable. Mayit and cunseth his brother and calleth CJ Bryant, :'40 ,HOW---I''TO atJAMD v c: I.1L} :: -

; U 00'or address The ceJebrated,Capitol and Ken prove to be as good as it looks. him a liar. And the people saith: :isi the :
'" County lId&.'. Co.r(. Croup .. '
..So' MRS. F. B. JONES, tncky Jewel stoves are sold exclusively Strawberries are looking remarkably Lo, the man is diunk again. Two cases were before JudgeMalpbnri'Court especially during .,
". STARKE, FLJLeith by 'l'ruby, Sternburg & Co. well; all new-set plants h have months as It ia '1.0
I Mr. C. A. Johns, from New river, this week. Clayton'liewbcrfr: post them (' -
A fine stock of cabbage, apples made an unusual growth this season 'office" ;this week tre
For Sale.JfetrSttrtie brought to our a charged witlrnssiuilt with intent to vuar- '"

onions, potatoes, etc., just receivedat Sheriff Epperson treated himselfto I curiosity in the .way of an ear of der, was bound,over to the ncxjciii. ..J"it. ,vent The it,origin is the of .:' c .'.... :-j

Orange Grove, \V alterV ilIM. a Jersey cow while at Tallahassee corn. The main cal.-was' completeand court in $500 bond, and Wm.j8tewiirt.charged children tant are t..I

.o-'nd ere PEACH TREES. GOOD We positively assert that we have last week. She i is a daisy, so he of good size, while five smaller with aiding and,n belting:Ih a -snjd very easily', and : :

PEe. :.NS BTH4WBBRBY LAND. a larger stock of good* than any ears grow around\ it' in the same Newberry. was placed uuder, ',$200bobd.. ; .... follow.hoarseness The it first ia a "'

jrecfU.D.MINEROcti { two business houses in the county. says.Rev.. Wamboldt preached two of husk, all fully developed. It seems that these two young- men. nearlygrown easily recognizetl ; W ,, .

rn STARKK. FIARIDA.Inq Truby, Sternburg & Co.. the finest sermons ever heard in the A load of wiregrass or pine straw, wnylhid u boy of. about 15 years. fore remembered.tbe attack the! J : .1-1

-. -, 30 City Lots for sale cheap 10 judge from the boy's l loons) our I
For Sale. city, last: Sunday at the Baptist when rotted sufficiently to be avail and gradually .
; Centrally located. Apply to N. J. church. able for plant food, willIe, reducedto 81 reets and gave hi in". pretty I good beat ing taken cold, l' ,

SO >,000 Newnan Seedling Strawberry Joneri, Starke, Fa.| less than one-tenth Its original ing. The original l cause of the difficulty mistake( is i

Plants for sale. Strong We have now a supply of Bermuda Miss Kate Livingston has gone to bulk. Therefore muck is much the is said to be of loug standing between: the gives thinking it no the especial( l Is the
will be ready about the middle onion seed.V Jacksonville, where she will engagein ened in the night only j
plants, e purchase best of the two, as it is! decomposedpast two families. ; I
the dressmaking business. Success ing of the child
rf July. -App'yto these seed direct from tbe Bermuda shrinking and helps the land
G.V.. Jennings. to her. Pienle a| Pla Hill. croup and !
islands. :Full supply of luist's in this !
I f LA WTEY, FLOJUDA.rtr garden immediately after being applied. Ziff FIlL. Nov.:9th. 1888. been hoarse for a .
seeds<< on hand. These seeds are Joe Raney, living in the western In act is when the I .
F, It. Morgan, STARKE.!: FLA.Jul fresh this In the Af'kin church. "Sixteenth- Editor TELEGRAPH-Pine Hill Alliance hoarse or shows : I : ,.1
5tf grown year. part of the county, killed a rattlesnake 'An' de chile ob darkness shall that for the following taken cold; if
I fcRichard. ly: request you give space i
llciberger the other day, 7 feet long that Remedy ia freely ; sel1ingJ
FOB SALE. rule de earf. I'se inclined to skip! resolution as we want to further the I
New raisins! currants, prunes citron had 27 rattles.Prospectors. on, all tendency to i
dis p'int, brnddern, 'kase by de chile Alliance cause In our section: : and all danger be "
Bradford and mince meat at f
fresV uf Starke. County. '
Citf : & Co. are coming to town oh darkness! may be meant King: On motion it was resolved that Pine _
Vlori4s,' I IAOD Truby, Sternburg in large numbers. A big boom is Salomon whom do best cullud I
high- Hill Farmers Alliance have a basket picnic National .
We have on hand the best assortment !; just ready to break out over our dorian fink wor a cullud gemman, at Pine Hill, Friday the .6th day of The following ..'. ; .. ,
OF 3W THREES. A number PEACH of furniture in town at the beautiful Starke. I an' hit dc whole cullud .. .. "I
mont mean December. 1889. The Alliance and apart Thursday. ,
flllAPE VINES. PLUM and the ,' '
THE W. lowest prices. Give us a call before ... .
PEA ..TREES. and other Fruits; a good Mr.\ F. G. Miller brought the fir tripe race. I'se kinder huggm' de latter public are respectfully invited to participate national tbaok g : "# : 't

Hous* sou other buildings all in good purchasing. strawberries, last! Saturday. 'pinion meself, an' shall darfo' be with us in said picnic. and the membership ident Harrison on Q = < ; 'Y:
ftPt1. Thi:land is well cultivated; theIroYe Truby, Sternburg & Co. and had the I fair au' strain a, p'int an' gib de uj'c' \)- or staid Alliance By the
They't- e fully ripe are especiallyrequested :
is lately let to strawberries. On We have the for t-t
accepted agency de benediction ob doubt. Sebenteently -
usual delightful flavor. to be Do a proclamation: A {
4- u t O other business will sell this present.: not forget to
Williams & Clark's fertilizers "
; "petty. For particulars address Lockboz2P. high jgrade etc. hare the baskets well filled. mindful of the '
These The Misses Fearing returned on : -
good are not an experiment LJ
I of Divine .
All the difference between anim.iland : Fraternally .
but used from their northerntour. yours.R.
augfStf Starke, Florida. are extensively at Wednesday
Mandarin the pioneer strawberry They are much pleased to oommorcial manures is that in FLawig., S'y occasion to testify > -' ;

ACHINQTfl8thj section of the back to Starkc.Vhat's the former the chemicals arc intimately praise to Him who WITKOVKI'S.'r < "
state. Strawberry come Call forConnty S. S. Convention. .
mixed with much vegetablematter : many blessings. CD ..Jtj
i:: t1J1t4 aU prt.lerudwit will find it advantageous: to .
I growers them. & Richard \ the matter with our canncryitln't whereby they are dissolved At A conference meeting held In the look bick with ; ] : c,
use Heibergcr : .
out tion destru fiervet. it booming? 0, yes, but slowly and do not leach or wash Methodist church on Tuesday evening., past year and .. -'.< -'- \.. .
Latest hats ItJ .
style at right along. Our citizens know a away so readily as the unprotected NOT. 12th of tin SundRY school workersof mercy in 1'\1ucbsn ;: c-t ,'' -.

AbcessedTeeth T I Truby. :Sternburg: & Co. good thing when they see it. chemicals in artificial fertilizers. The Sum after an address: by the Rev. log peace; to our : > .. r- ..," ::: :. "'( :, .

iieeeifufly I Apples, cabbage, Irish! potatoesand 111C.. M. Gardner, traveling: cor- latter may he made more longlivedby Wm. Shaw state corresponding: secretary, pestilence and r ........ i':::. ...-t.: 1fj
treatejLPIVGJT .
: -
onions boneless ham -
TI2TH adjusted In-an arils'ic mackerel responpent and agent for the Tallahassee composting it with muck, and on county organization it WM thought : abundant harvests: ( ,ui I-J m ._ ., *

j and_serviceable manner. cod: fish, dried apples, go'd-nipdal Floridian, w as in town this now is the time to dig muck, while best by all present to i b ue A call at follows I recompense of ; : --. ..: .; 1.
at Heiberger & Richard's.Our .
syrup week in the interest of that paper. the ponds are dry. : : I. Benjamin H > .
i \\YL M. DEH/RT stock of groceries is always 1 I To all the Sunday School workers in I United States of ) IllI S ,
0 mine
soul 'Un 2i
com letc. Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mr. and Mrs. R. Saunders have my prophetic I eu -"
DENTisT PRUCE ST. STARKE. cle'!" borne editors 1 in j I Bradford County, Greeting; recommend that
t..:.. returned from their summer visit to not living aprospel'oufl
New buckwheat
Graham and that when K O
rye Believing the time has come eighth dajof this .
All he most approved styles of PLATE I flour Poughkeepsie, N. Y., to their Florida communities a<5 ourselves! I -I '
Wow inj'lnrilnir "Prrnc PAUL firrw." at Truby, Sternhurg & Co. home, 2 miles south of Starke. seem to take offence at our innocent all who desire to see better work do' c, bcr be set apart : 0* _i ,

Brok n and cracked PLATEH mended Job lot of Hosiery at comparison our large golden oranges and 1 A deeper interest manifested ia the thanksgiving and O ..ifJl
atronj; and smooth as when first made One of the p-i. : .
H Trilby, Sternburg and Co.GFNTLKMEN most pleasant country to pawn-brokers' signs. We training the young for Christ ia our county people of our .uui :z: ,'.f": t.

Tesjtji Extracted without Pain or \ -Don't buy your dance parties lately WM held by the did not intend to mention rope in should enderor to furm County cares and labors (. ; ___ 'r' .

: Danger.TeraiiR clothing, hats, shoes or furnishing young folks at B. Kite's, about four hanged man's house, but *e were OrgAnizNtioa of ail I the Sunday Schools shall assemble in I'-4r,2 : : -I.

CASH. goods until you see our stock and miles from town, one evening last sort of flurried that day from addinga there fort we request' that cvcrf School IB worship and give t !f1O Q'" !

ORANGE COLLEGE prices. Truby Sternburg & Co. week. great many new subscribers to our the County will s.d two delegntes to a prospered us upon : : ..., :

.. Is located at Georgia rust-proof seed oats at Rev. Dr. Mattice preached a ser mailing list. Thank you, gentlemen, Conventio to be held in Stark on the paths the paths of ...... C>> H

6T ARKE. FLORIDA. Truby, Siernburg & Co. mon at the Presbyterian church last. for letting us know; we respect poverty secll Thursday of D"C mbw. 1889.J. to bless the day to : I

r.a and Orange growers can get their sup Sunday morning that has not been and shall not be guilty of a like .<3. RICHAKD. JR., S't M. K. S. 8. good making a4 .c,., ; .'. i

DectN BD.months'with IMoKSloa 011 Sept %.1. 1889. plies of crates, wraps, etc., at excelled by any clergyman in many offence the future.A L. U. HUM.. S't Presb. S. S. I for each re-united rc4 ; : ,:I

... SO mriC.AOPRAYFIZAL MUSlCiLstATHEMATICALIN8TKUCT10N.COURSE OF Truby, Stcrnhurg & Co. a day. bag-pipe with the buzz-saw: stop F. R. MOKOAK. Act. S., Bapt. S. B. for the nation at ; rnI '. /

., For trunks, satchels and valisesgo Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Smith, fromMassachusetts i drawn out and a fife which wassquinteyed A. E. Morrr. Act. S'l Christ. S. 8* of 1 have hereunto .' .
Tm10 pta .Moxra:-Primary. 81 SO. lotermeHUher. ed the seal of j
41aw,$2.M. .S3 00. Instrumental Mubtc, to Truby, Sternburg & Co. have arrived at their in the guzzle, co to say: T. ITk.. Player. .' ,

$l.x.ra.| ot. Instrument 100. For handsome shoes at half pricego beautiful place at Kingcley. They in the h hands of Signors Olla Macaroni The Spirit of the South,. published at fcffixed. Done at ,- ,.
ran raait
to County Pupils. Begins Oct. to Truby, Sternburg & Co. brought their young daughter '\ and Podrida Lazaroni. discoursed New Orleans. Lt.. announces that inahf'Jut this first day of f.
with them. some wonderful "music" to our Lord eighteen .' ,
'ooodjBoard at$S 00 per week. Onion sets atTruby three weeks it .will establish a -
Tk. '"rinclpal wilt take'as pay for school axIUN & Co. our astonished citizens Monday. We Whist Department under the editorship of nine, and of the --- .. ,
Sternburg The social dance held last '
i Farm Produce and Stock and will gin Friday United States the
ToryloWratea' for all Cash In advance. The finest cream cheese in town evening at the Red Men's hall wan a did not see the musicians personally, N. B. Trist :Esq., the originator of the : ," "
r.cutTl-G: P. Youira Principal and teacher thinking all the time that the noise teentb. ,
la the Richer Department. >Misa> DAVIS is kept by Walter Wills. very enjoyable affair in spite of the American Leads" and the highest! authority "

O. f.,Tfl.oi tiwlatermediau....teacher la tile Dep Primary rtui.nt.Depart-Mra. PAY UP.-All persons indebted inclement weather and the inabilityof came from a dozen consumptive of bees but cats on the game in the Vnited States if Itcsne ,

ai_sIt?41a.-- All teachers are OrIIdU&Us.TTE11TIONi to.tbe firm of R. M. Alvarez are requested many to attend. fighting a swarm ; we not in the world. 31 r. Tris: will beginat It I. said that the
all the same-for
bless them
leaving. the beginning.and 1 explain the in to be built at L
to come forward and make game
Mrs. Hugil returned Sunday from railroad will cost $ < ) $
immediate celtlcments, or the act her trip. She From the Waybaek County Rearguard : its elementary principles 'gradually in. The Georgia .
summer was accompanied -
S "It is again onr disagreeableduty creasing the of his k-ssons until
rawbeJrycGrowers. >Ullts will be placed 1 in! the hands : by a little girl who will be : scope they road company
of an attorney for collection.R. : I I to call delinquent subscribers' embrace tbe whole subject of the science in its entire line of ......

I The CelebratedWjILCOX& .. M ALVAREZ. miicli company to tier. :Mr. Hugiiwill attention lo the fearful bad ekicking t I> wuii t. JJiy,articles, will be elaborately tbcio landed 400 : .
the flics. I I '
GIBBS Smoked halibut at come when snow practiced in this county of late. We illustrated by means of card type, how' company reels : al : 125 :

Track Guano Truby, Sternburg & Co. Rev. Shaw, secretary of the state are willing to take 7 coon skins fora ing all the board and how to plaY'lach in would average make ,

Farmers Special Truck farmers will I Sunday school organization, preached year'n subscription to the Rear their turn. Mr. Trial will also conduct a extend a distance

la a.b"L only geouine mid reliable Eyed Marrowfat find Black a very interesting sermon at the guard: ; hut when we get skins: which correspondence column in which ha will The )(* : Home

STRAWBERRY FERTILIZER McLean's, Landrtth's Extra M. E. church: last Sunday night, and from being cut through and dried} answer questions us to knotty points broom corn and
on the market. Early, Gem and lectured on Sunday schools Tuesday without streatching bring but a nick. the game occurring in actual play. same into brooms
Orders filled direct from the Factory Champion ot England Peas at night. el apiece then forbearance ceases to by the Southern:
Trub- The best way to profit by these lessons fi turing plants
Sternburg & Co.
er growers s-npplted by be virtue and kick. The .
We The mass meeting at the courthouse 3 we must will be by forming clubs of.four tad discussing About $200. Why .- .
4 1 TRUBY. bTERNBURO: & CO., have jU$ received a handsome much of
0 An.KIFLA.:: ., at manufacturers line of l in the interest of schools did county owes itcprosperityto the points of each lesson and putting Connecticut.! .
plushes in all colors. the and if wish it
prices, freight added Rearguard, you The yield of .
nopro'e as successful as had been them Into immediate practice, butthe t
The WILCOX hoped. There does not seem to be system of instruction will be so
I I. H3 Bay street: savannah. Ga. In gerts' hats we !have a large as- better in the future." easy planting of cotton Home
full of the and and ,
sortmeut at reasonable a understanding subjectby bimple so thoroughly illustratedthat during our late

RIVERS & JOINER prices. the people.Mr. BARGAINSAt any one can leara it without any i I was as high as 80 .
Truby. Sternbiug & Co. !
I implements! for !
i DEALERS JN-N : and Mrs. W. H. Heafford have other assistance.
Boneless Witkovski's this week I it is not believed
corned beef :
Sq..oes: at returned from their annual to Whist is the most fascinating and sclen i interfere with its .
trip A Fur ( ..
Truby Sternburg & Co. II I $2 gent's Derby, at $1.50 : ,
Hats The eelebrited lomi'Rti MilwaukeeVis.\ ., to thelTl1nme at A $2.75 2.00A tiflc of all Rimes of curds and in fact a try. }
Home and Nww Kingsley. It gladdens m to hear of knowledge of the game almost a cadgeof The yellow ) .
1;. $3.50 2 50
sewing machines
Oloott g cash sold for I thrir safe return to the land of per Crusher gentility among card: playtrt.. It is a hausted itself in
A t25 .75
or on monthly installments gent's peared after the H-
-andents' Truhy at petual sunshine. A $2 1.50 favorite game with the EnglM clergy, prompt action on .!. SWEET
Sternhurg fc
( 0. and it is uniTemily popular theladies.
Furnishing Goods. A bov's Hat among city health :
Another Countv hoard of road commissioners 73c .50
large inuoice or- a cynical writer has observedthat effective in :
DR GOODS & NOTIONS. j just received atTrl1bv clothing resigned in a body at their last A SOc .25 no woman can learn in play whiat. venting its spread. HOME .
| meeting. The clath was about who Ladies' fine Braided Sets, worth because it requires the faculty of gilenc nothing further to
Sternburg & Co. in the large cities teachers of whist in :
had the authority to establish new 75c, at ..COLadies' are A line .
Hating just received a large stork of Boneless ham at great demand and earn large incomes, steamship 'f -
the *bnve oods. we roads, the county commissioners Qr fine Braided Sets! worth between St. :

T fur wants.: Give arc prepared us It dill tn and supply in- A few Truby.___ __,__Sternhurg________.__._._ & Co. the road commissioners.Mrs. fa .25, at .75 The usefulness' of the Farmers Allianceis tbe Orange Belt R. !

Ipct bur poods before buying el! ehtre, pairs of those fine band- Mattie Andrews and littleson Ladies' tine Beaded Setn, worth bcine! rrmnifestertwl nior! and more which! will open j') ..
gent's shoes still left at '' $2.50. at 1.25 every dny of its existence. It came nut a products through
RIVERS & JOINER, of Meridian, Miss." w.*t itnd notilhwrst. : ..
augU_STARE FLA. Trllhy, !8ternhurg fc Co. wish the former's si-ter are'iSiting'l'I Gent's New York Mills Muslin graspinf day too coon mcnopoty to check ami the concentration onwnrd rush of of wnicr na'l an ILOU-'il--, ... 'J7 '

Another7 Shirts, hn. bosom! re-irforced, new connection 1 !
car load of Wilcox & Meucham.! They will remain hero wealth. which threatened to overthrow

NEWSPAPERS FREE received G.bbs. Truck Farmers' Special just all inter. worth Merino 90c, at Undershirts, w't50c OGent's and destroy itself.the Its very just foundation aims) are of manifested government anco the ports to the of trade the Gulf of IJ !

tho1.en1 Of Year,.,, [ wn Dame and address and by Truby, Sternburg! & Co. Mrs. E. Strong has purchased! the at ..87Gent's in the devotion of the farmer and .
.q i 10 or your friends and noighSwrs.! block of land lying between her H Is family, in their mental and 80el,1qUI1itipli FOR .
52))< *erm iw.and a of theNEWS Merino Undershirt! w't75c
2r ,
1\1 V : coj.y NOTICE.All r
the I An -
.:Ada EELy wilt be sent to handsome residence and rail- intelligent people cannot Valuable }! received '
ad4resl at .50 atN '
nJe. who be of the evils that threaten :
I have made debts the road. The small dwelling will be ignorant *-
.i THE. store A tine line of Ladies! Hats, trim. them and their social status is determined good term .
WEfKlY HEWS Drug of J. L. for its
Gaskins lot ,
lI will to me moved to a purchased reception med and untrimmed, just receivedand by what they read and practice. Tha Al
r. esa aed PamIIy New.paper I please come and make /settlements on the street n\ar by Mr.Mitier's Hance: fosters a wholesome literature and
r.'C.,1,7 the dollar.WITKOVSKI..
SklpubWhAdintheSouth' It 16 II large the 1tU'geSt.I pages.carefutjy I by cash or note as I have I and the entire block will be selling at 75c on :; demands blameless life as well as a de. nov84t. J. JOlES'

U roba., ididly up and. edited. I some obligations to meet and it nicely fenced and laid off into a foccc of home and property.FOR .
aa4 aeeta a cop, of it send for one lakes WA. ,
7'U t
to do it. This is ..
money :
) :kUlt"bgget wllpaper park for private use.: a piogp LAura 0T8PEP8XA

,THE Very respectfully of work that will add much to tne Keedlng' a tonic or,children should take that want building V.. Ure..'. Ir.. Bltttro.FbyslciMia 8,000 COON ..
'IJII.f-i- .VEEKKY NEWS, JNO. C. WILLS. attractivi'iii'bft of that;: part of the BROWN'S up IRON BITTKRS. recommend it. for Cash at '
$avanuk, 0. nov8-4t! II I 'I I It is pleasant take,cures Malaria,.IndlgestoB.aBdBQJoosnew. *- AH dealers keep It fl.OO per bcttl.. 0.tnrfhn Starke Florida.
city. All dealem keep k. I! bs6Irt ana enssed iM Baoi oa'_"--.__'

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<< -I moonlight'scout., you Irish blun- i seen some: sight ,so. horrible It had were to me: "I' leave her to in ChilL Brazil and other 'bompsoll'Eye Water.- Druggistsz'ellit.z.3c -

: .;, .'. ', : .. adfCrduntjkgrapb 1 ':The night's'a* dark as -" I turned them into stone. I seized,the you. She ,has no-one to take" care of South American States. Romanism; EIsTo1Ti3: not fable I agreed fponbnt s.TInT. .

* ,. .i -..... : e. yJ1! take the trouble to open ; youngster with a grip that.reminded her now. Be good to her. which in these countries is nothingmore truth disagreed upon. : r
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J 1 :4: Publish d Every slapy eyes o1 yer own yell foind him to keep silence, and dragged him ,I accepted the .legacy, and if any than heathenized .Christianity w -. .

t";! W .. enough fur a bloind man." away to a safe distance. "* you ever come up to Erath County for 800 'The The' Liver '
there '
t.. ... :: .... RTAIUC&. call and you'll see a little has reigned -
1'LORIDA. when I this business give me a
f. ''''' enough opened my eyes boy, Just ,explain true light is just breaking in, and a ,
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' ;. clouds had. all rolled away, and say :w-hy you can't keep a lack-eyed woman with half a dozen lii favor of liberty, And kidneys are organs ...which:U :If Important
.... ;; :: ... children. She's wife, powerful reaction should be kept In food condition and:jt tsar are
: QUEST. full mooiwai.. pouring a flood of I still tongue when all our lives dependon lack-eyed intelligence and, religion has com- overworked and abused by nearly..T r body. nUIUMT
r l .94 W .. over every thing around. I it." and it 'pears to me she looks sorter become wont-out doffed .p.: or diseased.
; .';< ...: Ihnebean10r wonderful island,bare you? I in Grayson's cache. menced. Hood's BarsaparUla cure all difficulties with
... broke in like the girl
p TBrien, it's, rather 'I 8 in luck we are.
a risky
'loW. / The falrea'aD '1I'MI"<< 011 eanh. some bare -a IL Johnston, the traveler and these organs rouses them to b *ltby. action and
: '.:' .- said I IL to go stumbling about these i oBrien, "that spalpeens is makin' A. G. CANFIELD.SPITTING has little interest in &o1lU&he whole digestive organIsn.I '
.J Where blouoi4ii the white amber andVThere i explorer says hare been using Hood's 8 r*p.rlUa for Indigestion
poppy in thlmsllves
're&- the middlev of the night such a hullabaloo: or DIAMONDS. the doctrinal and sectarian aspects of and liver trouble. It has.greatly benefited
languorous slumbers bring languorousdreams tumble into a trap the first. thing I riddled wid bullets we'd be. me boys." but he is compelled to ad- me. and I think It Is oily .. good a medicine as
r ." ". cried the the big The Sharp Gam Practiced by a Small claimed. E. 8. CHUCBBO. chief engineer. fir*
P4 ; I "Sergeant" boy '
i missions have been of great depu Stonlngton.CS.Hood's .
mit that
To dreamer, I irbo lie dewn by murmuring I II "it is Dealer la London. .,
,. cried O'Brien turning up tears rolling down his face, my nations
all the heathen _.aA me .
stream I diamond benefit to
Garden the -
" ; Hatton ( great
slater those villains ,have there. SarsaparillaSold .
nose contemptuously.- .. got
Where the' radiant hoars London had un. among whom they have been maintain- am ii .
. district of ) quite an
( r: Are like tzqalslte flowersBo thought Dick the Divil always' These' devils came'rading into the .
In all the
All the ed in elevating the people by all druggists. II; six for& Frapared only STEEL Vt .
t ) : flooded with I racrance,so wondrous of.ha; for a fight or a frolic. Faith! Panhandle where we lived. I was out pleasant experience last year. arts civil- by C. I.HOOD & CO.Lowell.)lu.. '
In a mystical island called,IfafUmg-Do.I returned dealers lost a great'number of stones. and appliances of a peaceful .
< yez-an1 I'll report to the hunting, and when I found :
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I : n: On tbe shores olj this island-they swear it U my lane if I git blowed into i nothing but ruin and desolation.. >Our pq E} they couldn"understand how the ization.A 100 Doses One:Dollar -.I
f of> true- 1 occurred until about Christ- religious society has 5!rm- hag '.
I I- From work-a-ilsy, worlds, not > keel evergrate "t cattle and horses were driven off, our i After sorting and sizing up they ed in Cleveland under the name of the A Proclamation! J
,oil't.- It shan't be said house burned father shot down for mas. ,
L: I,. *; I you my Cleveland Evangelization Society" Dr.I.Gny l>wU,Falten'Ark., -7GaoA -
g i .. And care's hand knocks at theI1t refund. would put the stones in the usual parcels T tr
buy never Beadyband to follow defending his property and my young wear ago I had bill*M fever t
gates: ,with the weight marked. When which has bought wagon, with the Pill wore so highly Nee.aded I
Terence CTBrien'd led. Come carried'off.. father still
; I While sweetsternoon ented winds of each long af- sister My was would find intention of having the vehicle driven that I used 1...... XevcrdldmedlelsM
sold the
words they parcels they hav. effect. Alter a praetle .
r' ,' ,. I alive, but could only'gasp a few a happier ; "
I -
: '" had decreased through the streets of Cleveland on .ofa iucyt.rof a eutary, I proclaim .
that tbe and | .
weight ,
J '. Set poems of April to music Jane. rn make a third in the com charging me, to follow, and save my them the b..t. '

I:c. And the birds always sing ..-. sister. Then he died. 'I could get no that one or two of the stones had van- Sundays and of having addresses ;i
j4.' And it alwsys spring. _A I the from it ANTIBILIOUSmedicine
i ished. Many small dealers who made to people on religioustopics. .
round and c'4a of nearest lived ten .
slip a helP-our neighbor
I! And Loins fruit brows, but no cypress nor rue.
The who will make R.rth arket 4$4gs (
their clergymen used 1 always .a4
In the marvelous island of VoOtt 12"' time never let the stuff go out of sight ever pre -
L: g-to-Do. g near. ud moonlight miles off-and I had 'no ,to scribe Ibem." : PMIS t

4 wf : # On tbe map of ray life Its vague quest I pursued as-fair andla:' cato as girl. lose. 1 buried !my lather. as .well and who had no assistants suffered as addresses from the wagon will especially nTLTOrSTiSTOESSSTMPKLTOnSTlUPOFqDIHfim .
it aim to induce their hearers to to
r-- i rye searched aill the oceans and Intimate baloThe my prairie chicken," says as I could; then followed'the robbers, well as the others, and for months go

, coast line, indented with years and wlUab.F. determined to' save""Alice or kill her remained a mystery of the deepest church.Mr. 1I

r: '. days: I : kind. Every body was afraid of everybody F. D. Phinney, superintendentof Tun's PillsCure
.. ,j* Tbe gulfs and the straits and the farthermost -J. and die with her.1I lost"the trail in
It: seas, the snow. but found y'camp.; : I else; some quit coming to the the Mission Press, at Rangoon, in

'L For even a glltnpse of tbe birds or the bees, ".. heard you 'jplan';; our' scout,. I felt I diamond exchange, but whether they writing of the scope of a missionary'swork JOfT BITE TOll
: ::: l'-T- .' Or tbe fabulous fruits 1\ their losses went on "There is not missionaryin All Bilious Disease*. BABY 1I'a
- -.....:; Or the spreading rose-roots, must gowith you,'so I said I belongedto came or not just says: a

; r. ; At plains which the somnolent blossoms bestrew your: company. This is the truth, the same. At last almost by accidentthe Burma whose time and talent are GOLD KED: FAK13,1878. Tib w1Iiii8f sLTW$ ,e.

\l | so help me God! And oh! as you are mystery was solved, and the solution absorbed in the preaching and pastoralcare

,, I". In the far away island called N tJ ft/ men, with mothers and sisters of your was simple enough. of a church of converted heathen. w. BAKBR & CO.'S MyoBTKita oy CHI|

)e) ...J have clreamedha.. not youT-of its lowlyr own! save my.Alice!" There was a small dealer who livedin The work required of a missionary -I AND 7;

._ ,* V ing lan4l.1-I OBrien! brushed his rough hand Clerkedwell. He wore glasses and and the calls upon his time and talent, Broakfast Cocoa
f.,,. Its brown sleepy brooks-of shadows that !
pass, I f across his 'eyes."ATvooorsewa. professed to be very shortsighted.This are so various that the best talents I. ., pur* mud

: In sandals of ejllence athwart the lush grass; will me poor gos- gentleman bought sparingly last ever given to a Christian minister,may p it b4olubl.. '
.. or'Vhlchnerao drowsy war I s always droning lies upon Just that beyond fair beach reach; soon! Howly taints! it's hothin' Terry year. but he did a tremendous amountof all be put into use in the work of converting No Cltemicals -MEMPHIS.tttnt .-

'. Of Us hu omlng-blrd hues, O'Brien'ud loike betther thin to lape going around and examining. Anmploye the heathen. are used la iuf, ,p.rmtion. U hat jwar sides for MAJOH]I4i.1
paA Oo Otrt 'N-rn. 1M l
mart **#
-: Of its da ms and its dews intothe:, middle o' thim an' saize wan of a large Hatton Garden New Departure Coco mixed: with. Starch.Airowraol ASSORTED PACXA6ES 2Ti ,f

; : Oi ripple-kissed shells on the balcyonl&nda, w1d'me"rIght hand an'warlwid me firm became suspicious of this small From ordinary business methods Is made or Buf r.sod 1, ther.for. far mot ;
:' And of life a pe petnvl folding of hands I Iam conomieal,c.s.g KM!tAu_tutnf.
-!: lUt'aVjistsquaze: .the life out'n thim, dealer and had af talk with his em- by the manufacturers of Dr.Pierce'a Golden S It I. U :ldoufc -rWWIf.IIIftD ,
;; It adrt to view Medical Discovery, in guaranteeing this CABIl.t VtetfTta, L t
was only -never 7et my )lnr.
time the
1 :thaifs o' the wureld! ployers. The next ,
tholjloody eyo-
world.famed to cure all diseases
- :F : Has risen that isle with Its forest of palms, remedy and admirably odaplrd'for ianlidl .
:. :''' Its indolent v; lleys, tbe odorous calms -":Tall W (; P'firien, but they're sixire'M glasses came in .before the safe was arising from derangements of the liver or .. we!] aa for""'lOll.Irt health.

.r, i.f Or opulent grcjvcs, and tbe voice of its deep, and: three.' And even if we had opened and'any.ihing handed out two stomach,as "liver Indigestion, or dyspepsia" from, biliousness impure Sold by Grocers.oyerywh rJW.BAZER ..
or complaint, or
it ( The voice cf a ocean that chants in its sleep: -
; l t enter men were posted where they: could blood blotches : .&CO..Dorqhelter.Mass .
:...1' On t omc morning or night ", equal force,only one at a time can as boils pimples erup. '
18nsIT PRAIRIE CHICKEN! : watch. movement of the visitor. tions, scalp disease, salt-rheum, scrofuloussores
It perha s was in sight that"cave, and. we should be shot every .
'-- Rut past It my tijirk nailed ere captain 01 crew n. ere might yez have sprung down singly.,"/Ko-chance for rush I Ho'opened a paper of stone (about and paid swellings for "Discovery"and kindred promptly ailments.Money re- .

Knew Do.we nearcl the fair Island of XotMng-to- !!: k. iddle o' things loike see nothing but to return ,tp Ii carats apiece), with ninetysixstones turned. if, on fair trial,.it don't cure. NLU?Z Pmle.BINGUAITSJ, .I.151.. ,.LJ

";cb" thing': as" camp and report 'In the morning-". in the parcel. He put them Don't hawk, hawk blow, spit,and disgust nI
To its far bart ess borders what hand holds a be d the
Lean says close to his and then low BASE BLL'c5t;
clue "or- "Morning! cried the boy. "Good quite eyes everybody with your offensive breath, but

as cool as you please. "I ered them a little, as if he wanted to use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and end it.
There. toll is Unknown i. and existence is bare God! Sergeant, can you stand there SENT FREE% _
two weeks You .). ..
J. Of effort or pu pose of duty or care ago. mayn't and coolly talk about morning! It is damp them."Damping. Tra Prince of Wales is snowing a ois- *
or pain or rev ard-of the thought and the me 'because I've been scout : well THE PEOPLE'S THIOOOKI HOLLAND,P.O.nli&
on a it be stated, if position to make himself useful as as REMtOY PRlC .
sister, sister; I tell you, in the may rgAUtBaMnaeOTytfjMfiBiM* .
my my
deed ever since, but it's so." I ornamental. Ho has invented a velvet SUt "K ...aU....."
For tbe Inflnlt t breadth of life's infinite need. hands of those devils! I shall go mad breathing upon the stones. Mos'dealers dress coat. Q.atJon *a T.1&IOall'.CIe NEEDLES

-. AfteralU is It sure? that some such looking before morning. do this when examining a parcel ,

Do tbe false mists allure? J had joined usabout that time, : flaws or faults can be better Half Bates to the St. Louis Fair and Ex DIfl UAUCYf0rACENTSMW SHUTTLES,I T.
Do I but a miraa phantom pursue; "My boy, I feel for you and would any position.On muii. MI.. r.. .. ,
couldn't have s\ him'even ...'. BOOK REPAIRS.
When I seek the amed island called Nothing. gladly help your sister. But what can observed as the moisture evaporates. Will. IATESTandBE..
October 5; to 11. inclusive the Iron
: light However, it made little "Gllmpe oCFirtror Tear iI51 _-_
to-Dot After them he looked D.. .
wo three do? damping Mountain Route will have oa sale roundtrip beln her autobiography and hllto.v of the WOT 17.
; -Ma ,r Ashley Townsend,in Time. to us, and all three of us struck off SELLER "GRANT'S have
"I've got it!" cried O'Brien, "ye again, handed 'them back, made an tickets to St. Louis and return at EATEI. AuUiortuem-rt remarkable. andbeI .,. WJ Se7e.'. .
J. .
camp together. poor unfort'ni't Saxons havn't the laste offer (which he know would not be O3E FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP. known woman.. OB.of th. prcnent d"12,.llrat 8O.OOO JIU.18Sp. HA'PElfR *atjaiMKOKOTULU. > .w:
ccatreparM. a !* _
A BAGGER'S STORY. way did the sound come taste 0' contrivance. That bloody accepted), and was going away. The This will enable all to visit; the great St. .t1aerlor. lntk. Any_.... an .. .k. .I..r I.t ':
day experience neeeasa. Tf umiill pub&i.h.rsor1eaersI'w..Ji
: COCHTT. Wrtwxuu
? asked I, after we. had gone ould cave's got another. dure -" two men watching had not seen him dc Louis Fair, Races, Vailed Prophet and Agents can Ret thin b P>k. KorcxeliulT. raa. &my J.1 &1
iif' Exposition. For free of the territory ana liberal term*. writv at once to II.J.
fifty yards. "How do know?" any thing'suspicious, but still he was programme SMITH 4: CO. C16 De.r...... *- ttt Calcac. IlL
t The Thrillii you festivities, sleeping car berths, etc., address .
g Romance of Canyon the norrad," answered **-Jll.uI&THIS PATU-s jm .15.Ely's '
% "Tare there win kept in conversation while tho parcel ;
an ages ye go yer H. D. WILSON,
: Blanco. promptly. "I does be think- hows an' whys., Av'a man knows a ho had just handled was taken into the Passenger and Ticket Agent Cream Balm .
soi. ,:."
,,." f ---- the rasin we heard it so plain. thing, what's the difference how he private office and wehed. It wa 809 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. OT-A1e J.
Written for this Paper.l wind's blowin' bike it came found about two and one-half "y'W5iI
"II. knows it? I there's another dureto carats HOOK
say railroad streetcarsand nts..M.
LONDON and Paris
f.IJ E were camped in from the"pole, an' it fetched the bloody ould cave, an 'av yez short. Two of the stones had some- omnibuses are allowed by law to carry COLD in HEADP1QUICKLY. PATENTS A(

t 1: 1 the Canyon Blanc wid it. foller me ye'll foind it. Wan uv us'll bow disappeared. Tber was a con- only a certain number. of passengers. ?NIs r&PAJI..7__vu5. -
north we steered, and after '
...-. "k and a mighty bad stand at this openin' -" sultation and it was decided that he HAVE suffered DUE
j you long by reason of Malaria S..Applyflalmlntoeachnostmil ALSOLDII
I f' \ time we were having a quarter of a mile or so we had them in.his mouth. One of the ; tried everythicg and finally come to PENSIONS!U aerie r.ralltvM Xim

, .. -_' '\ .. there. We big bowlder ahead with a red men was, instructed to get behind the conclusion that. "all men are liars?" ELT BKOS..I Warren St.mi.t. a.W. leCOMICISOI9Cl.ri.Mll,>., v-s'-. :
; were shining .somewhere near it dis- Send one dollar to Dr. A.T. Shallenberger, t. I III puss jaainai.
k f 7 after cattle thieves from.the white light around I him and strike :suddenly at the Rochester, :Pa., and get a bottle of his Anti- GINS, AiUs Engines and .
Dlb. us.> back of his head while he dote for Malaria. If not cured in a week, COTTON Boilers JON A1 BOARD ."
Salting Pullers
4 $65A .
stock into sad SI
4 ( //i. running saints! ejaculated O'Brien, aay so, and the money will be immediately ,
This done and Etc. Mill ArenUaneirltwBavfe
was talking. was ,
f. en'\ ( 1/ Mexico, but a flur does be the place sure. Sergeant 's'- returned to you. rianutii.ii onuPRESSES W.KiraLCK A CO..US Batta*k, kI&.
Mr. out the Steamboat Repairs. _.
Eyeglasses spit 1J-carat e '
iii l 4.jhia.fltW!! ; ;ryof snow came up, yer. orders P Yez can take the If/f/IilI- stones. lie was pounced and Ur to the end of August 14.488,000 tickets CHICKASAWIRONWORKS !' .a-ru.----. -

'.. V i:: '-"' g "covered the tracks ." upon were taken at the Paris Exposition. In l9.
I IAN' ;
: (jfl the choice of restitution of I
. / '/ jnouth I\\ was given 1878 the number was only JOHN 'It.
7,125,000. K.
L \I your. shut then, and RADDLE COSI. t UPKiS.TUX.tIUDDIAI.11 .ItleJ"
1rr.{ and drove to tho
{ I/I'v us all former .losses or arrest. He chose a VX AMI.THIS APia,M,MM IOT
after mice. Pull
w- ," I/IIIIJ lee of a big bowlder me as easy as the former and in Oregon, the Paradise of Farmer. Gt
having a large sum
[ but no firing without or Mild equable climate certain MISSOURI STEM
" guns and abundant FAM DUS WI o t
-- J and. a camp-fire to.L'A Bank of England notes in his side crops. Best fruit grain,grass,stock country $ Agents..nle ,

r.. keep from freezing. pocket he settled the score. He wa in the world. Full information free. Address CANDY UW$5 lf.UI. ,
we nearer, the red light Oregon for
We had finished and their allowed to Tho Immigration Board.Portland.Oregoa of .
.. our supper were broader and deeper but we could go. expectoration .. EDUCATIONAL

. smoking round the fire when all on a fire. incident got around the next day EHTBBOR Wnxuv, of Germany,has become LT AND '. a.nT '

sudden ther rang out from somewhere when a rush was made for his place o4 an active member of the Goethe Society Pin UP.: eSdr. w o BuslNEsscou.n4
an' that's FLOYD A
i':: 'mongst the rocks tho aw fullest scream quare en business. He was out, and he ro which has- its headquarters at.V ei- MOONEY lb__ I '1'LrYt' MEMPHIS, toJ,
whispered O'Brien whose mar. w ww %b Will youPx141A1..ulzr&F.E. l I
,," i.. mortal eat ever heard. Wo all jumped mained out until I. left London. He .ln IU7UJU ,.
short of could -
up in a hurry, and, says I: nothing a gag will 'most likely stay away, forif_ hoever You hardly realize that it is medicine,when FRANK, SC.uMAN STTDV. Book.keeplar,i r..slNbeJI r: I
silenced. "rm thlnkin they taking Carter's Little Liver Pills they are HOME ..
; liIrMftlCliruUr .
metleShorthand. 'e tMr(
'J" "Great Scott! boys what's ? shows his face, around Hatton .
up be houldin' witches' sabbath very small; no bad effects;all troubles from ; 1 by malL *free.MI ASTS COtrUS MM-L .
S :'. That was a Roman's voice.'" up Garden again he will have consider torpid liver are relieved by their use. AWD "
and that -.N-F.;
10< : lolght'll vamose as .. c)2'WJIEN
.53 able to do. Jewelers''' Sporsma's f
more spitting -
"Ye've missed it loike '
yer mammy'sblessing seint of OUTEN' will not believe il themselves '
they git us. JIST SQUAZE THE LIFE HIM. IT young men (
Dick," O'Brien. "'Twor Weekly. -. or woman can believe in r5EThPGkCATALOGc. No. n. SUDDles, WETTI7IO E&u'
.f. ., like wummin's says voice then then' we made out that the light "I will said young Bray. ..."I' . I them.' no man 61. MAIN STUEET. MEBPI'. ,tat. that y** MW tao At" ..!1 I Q t
no more a '
;; ; --1 from tho base of huge bowlder. Alice from any thing worse .than vAJix TflB rArsa tnu .p.
. ,- yer own ould rusty bell-clapper rubbin' Gryce bit it. A cache of Gray- death." AUTE.. 5ISHERWOMAN. "WoBK for workers I Are you ready to .
work and do want to make }
forninst the file in you money
[ throat is
. .. yor or some other'gaug; perhaps:tho ".Ilon.:'t.9eJn: such mortial. hurry..oshoot ntucket's Deaf anil Dumb Skipper and Then write to B. F. Johnson & Co., of Rich-

loike a canary bird's whistle.11"Sounded gents we'rebeen, ,following,. ;yer sister, me boy. Toimo A -dumb Her Cut; and Dog Crew. mond, Va.,and see if they can not help youA BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
pore like a painter'n a have ?" woman ono of the best a (
thought for that. Cover the
enough tho UTTLB seeing saves much looting; a Book Keepsg Short
said another. fishermen on island onwning anmanaging <
woman. :
me scout, sergeant whin much talking. WrSm torCmiogus.ead i LO U I SV I
<'!:". I go op to yez; and ye- hear a wild little'speaking saves. / I 'for.ion.
Taintcr bo !" a small schooner of which) .. Cri
'. hanged growled old I
boy. in mighty hurry as
a b\az and moind
turkey yilp ,
;" :: Gryco. "I've scoured these peraries away yedon't sh& s the captain, and with the assistance FOR a Cough or Sore Throat the best medicine "DISC'S KV.MBDY, FOR CATARRH.-Best. Easiest 4'
'That light comes from a waste yet shot. Tho: sergeant is Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar. IT to useheitpest: Relief is immeiat A core i
,t.T h, an' mountings fur forty years, an' I for God's sake let me find the an' mo'n dhrop two more that samo tt huge black Newfounlanddog Pike's Toothache Drops CureM oneminute. cr For CoM in the Head it ba eu ,, tc'
: J and a gray kittcncrew.. She -
- "" never bear no painter scream like .
and see who's in it. minit thin jump in an' finish 'em J1But. ;

;,rj,:.,' thet.." I on, youngster" says I, grip ; O'Bricn-" ...% and knows is almost all the the best only-Vineyarder feeding grounds wh opinions DO 'T in-the indulge presence in the of luxury your elders.of stronp C AIT A R R HIt WI(

:> Hush! says Cap'en, holding up his his arm as he was makinlfof! "But, Dick the Divil, yez don't (
has bad: luck with her PATH in the .
7,: : 'band. -D'ye hear that? good lobster Side nearly always come froma
that too to turn. tail
to me you're previous. mane before six thavin'
;:... Soon pots--this summer. She lives alone disordered liver and is promptly relieved by is an Ointment,of which a particle Is'vpplied .
as opr jabbering stopped Sal
wg what up'-'lo? wid fore Carter's KI
do I know you're" vagabins me to the ? Come LittleLiyerPilis.Don't forget this. I to the nostrils. lPriceJ50c. .Sol orient ,
:: heard of aboard her schooner and seldom sot? druggists .
sounds people laughing and a stranger to mae, young fellow;' along, an' yez, eo we'll give a good account I by mail. Addi E. T. RiZELTUfi,Wane,Ta. f
2 foot 'ashore. They hereaboutsthat REMEMBER impertinence isn't wit ., All
., talking together, and once-twice- say anymore '
.. forced yourself along. us; o'thim to the .Cap'en"an'takethe than insolence is brilliancy. .
when she
. .F' 4Q thrice! -a lor g-drawn moan. was a young woman
I know you'll give us away to shoine ofTn.: ould Gryce V. -- I -

;;:4'4- "Faix!" says O'Brien, "it seems \'. : .hiding; in that hole. You "We must summon them to surrender she shipped as a cook .on a whale E freedom from injurious drugs makes

': "- bike we'd (camped right over the along with us, and if I see any first. Rangers don't shoot men once and nobody discovered her sei "Tansiirs Punch" So. Cigars most popular. .

; : : mouth o' purgathory. Be jabers! I queer ,about you, it'll be the down in that cold-blooded'way." until she returned home. She is not a HE who wait to'do-a great deal at once IU1c

:,/ hope it isnjt ould Vineyarder born and bred but comes! will
me grandmither for you. "Ye're"mighty pertickler. It's littleCap'en seldom do any thing at all

:.- ;:' that's moanin' an' groanin' that a way!! boy threw up his hands with a 'ud care how we bagged Grayson. Maine.from somewhere down the coast 01 .

" : There's been a power o' masses said ". of wild ''impatience.My But have so BEST easiest to use and cheapest. Piso's
yer ownway yez The morning'I saw her first she Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 25c. D
_;* fur her rqst her sowl! An' she'douphter he;.muttered, ."if they only come along." wae! .. TO MAKE I'"

, : be in paradise be now." !1" Out-talked and led On by the dare- pulling a dory toward the beach in GRATITUDE is the music of the heart ween -Afleli8iI- '
search of salt pork and crackers at the -
Its chorda
are moved by kindness.
;- "More likely it's somebody on the made me distrust him still all spirit of the thing I followed -
country store. Her skin tanned LONDON consumes 10,000 tons of lee
was daily &:
,_ road to purgatory or a worse place. '}t was plain he was hiding O'Brien while the its A Yccil PCI
: young. strapger by- xpos re of the weather and the during very brief hot season. I r COW SHANO
f': : O'Brien, says Cap'cn.UAny body moved to the cave-door and stood with THEKK
coil of dark hair are over 800,000 more widows than .
i; .' at the back of he
; here know any thing about this lo on a step before us," said I, mo ready pistol before it. We had not neck widowers in England. In France for every .$ODLsILERATUS.: t
-. was the indication of
only hot
\ : entity _with my pistol toward the moved more than fifty paces towardsthe 100 widowers there are 194 widows. 1. AMOurrttr ruM.

, 4\\ I We all looked at old Gryce, who ; ':'and mind-not a word-not a rear of the cave before we saw a sex and visible rough fishermen's boot THE Maharajah of Judhpore has ordered J

stroked! his lute beard and puffed aside-or shall I trousers forming part of her ap two of his Ministers to discuss with an assembly
i"' just scatter your gleam of light, which brightened asI -
i' : : bisplpo. on these rocks." advanced until parel. Her eyes were bright and hem ;. of notables the advisability of abol ,,.___,.
we we. reached what
"',,.., face not wholly unattractive. ishing polygamy. -
"Well, C p'en," he says, at last, "I : seemed to stiffen him for he was evidently a back entrance to therobbers' The cabin ot her boat is a marvel of Ax English journal tells of a couple of -

\< < hev hearn t:11 ez ho'V Grayson's gang's down his hands and went on den. small hand screens painted by Corot which
disorder, stowed with
: ,;.'tj r got er cad o somewhars 'about here.' enough. In five minutes more We crept cautiously in and had not miscellaneous sold in Paris the other day for E14O. Corot 'k
odds and
j : ; : ; "Rather lar north for those gentry, ends of buttons and thread disposed of them for.4.
I' opposite the mouth of the gone before the increasing glow
z and shoe lacings and peddlers' knick WHES the Shah of :Persia

'. t. .'.: : says"Well Cap'e, yer see it', handy .and Around could get tho a fire glimpse six: of great the quarters.warned us. Silently we were we coming drew to close near ing nacks she which sometimes in the intervals drives a trade of at took Buckingham 110,000 to Palace clean sixteen and redecorate was years quartered ago the it Worth their Weight in 6ol

; T runnin' sto k the border, an' thanever :
,:. < over fellows lay stretching their lazy enough to cover our men; then the with scattered coast families. She it apartments that had been occupied by him .

.- was Ia better place fur hidin'. in the hot glow. It was plain stern command. "Throw up your faithful and his entourage. Dr. Morse's Cared.f Oreve I- anA1
" f'it+> Lord love *or, Cap'en, thar's eend at least to one feminine instinct SOME CAPA0aL.C.3'1wtb' -
I *," : no hadn't any idea of our neighbor hands! rangthrough the cave. of the brick houses erected in England I
., for ther hoi an' hollers. I turning half the days of the 200 8t-ior 7ean I have ,. .I/;
; ,, :s could,8to for they laughed and talked The startled desperadoes to years ago are so cemented together trying the bst Ifln I ,
sprang week into wash days and keeping that the walls have to be blown :Root Pills. without recelvine BD
we! down
:-4 lmcnt within
.,".: .. away a re pistol shot and often took a swig from a their feet, but with no thought of lad" Pills,boel r, s

I : ..;.:: an' yer'd never s'picion ez thar was e jug standing by. They were render. The muzzles of six revolver sur- dation garments in various stages of dilapi-- with something gunpowder modern.when the site is wantedfor _ _ _ _ _ am a _they completely are the te' "oBld

: livin' soul flying from clothes-lines ot W1ou'5e. 'lWJJ.cJ :
'bout. ,
l : anywhars
looking lot of borde ruf- Dr. r
flashed simultaneously, and the cave schooner board contiually. She if TUB duck is to China what the codfish Is Morse's Indian -
"I dare hay; and it's from soiio o and among them I recognized echoed with shots fired at random. said to make to the rest of the world. They eat duck P Tear .

r- t' t11 l these hole i the sound we heard came.T and Coats, who were wanted but with deadly intent. Then we ent as seasons go, an excel. raw,cooked, boiled, fried, baked and every Root PBmcrr.o:'.1..I':J ,

Well. netting can be done to-nighl \ Texas for murder, train rob- fired, and three of the marauders lay little living, and the fishermen mix a other way, and they worry over the duck Pills W.DUB H. COMSTOCX 8lB:-For: Yes71.I bs' a\\
-pt It. but in the morn in? we'll have a and horse stealing. stretched superstition with their feeling to crop tho same as we do over wheat. amlC wIth twent-a.e. .
: on the rocky floor. :Through] ward her, looking about a bit A :NEW restaurant in London is or recovery; WM UD.blet&lu a" --
for the woljvos uneasilj to be
'or, and foxes that are hiding -woman was seated on'.a rock the thick smoke we rushed in and run D r M orse S I'Indian my feet at times and wu ,/'
abut here.' as they hear across the water the un so as to furnish travelers of every nation I my hou.wort In 1885 joartftat*el tMbo ; '
.4 full glow of the fire. I could grappled with the others. Bewilderedby with their accustomed food. Yankees will -be could car >.
t'U\\ "1 hadn t moro'n begun to see her face, for her elbows were the unlooked-for attack, my antag- know canny sounds which, thej be served with canvas-back duck, terrapin Root Howl Imdlmm he Ro replied..t PlUa."By*' tie I *nj**c'.ti,11,, t u

a d'' comtort.ablfr when I felt my arm polled on her knees, aqd her head. onist and O'Brien's made but little resistance an scolding come from the the kitten mute fisherwom clams, American oystdrs, green corn and .Pis. ti-inland able to do tho my remit own work.i> that Al lam U'el.11 w ''rtJorf.11 'I Atl

:y nnd bcfoni I could holler, a hand in her hands,but I judged from and were Boon disarmed and< the or informing other products of the country in season. here nse vourFifli and s *
dog that it is
Fbi clapped oWe'll er mouth and time to up saiLWe Tan novelty of a horse-car line from Dr. Morse's 1tu'&he You.e&-CsuJQJS .
my figure and the long black hair fall- pinioned. But the outlaw chief, the IndianRoot ,..-.8
rdIy i whispered >sailed out past No Man's Land Cairo to the Pyramids Is likely to become a : .
&her like a vail that she was notorious Grayson. was unluckily at- Theses. or :KIdse1'1211Orazzu I .
with our completed fact before long. The tie
strange to
"Whisht] skipper and returned money ) AI
F'II ye noi"y'dlviU! Do At sight of her the boy ut tacked by young Bray and before be paid for the Government Pills. : FStoke.C.IC
: ; our convinced that it is not impossible concession has W.H. '
____.__ want j.o ro bowl fora CmlTOIt '
o camp. -I: don't know what it sounded contest was finished-he had stabbedthe been actually handed over to tho official] D. ]..1. Al l
here Die What woman to be a Fea captain. She Pin ltor.Den
is have
: effected t
., d'ye to 'smothered concerned,and preliminary reJI'trlue
say a a curse in groans. poor boy mortally thrown him operations have mother snffertaglroxfl .
I&light sjout all be our piecing a quilt of crazy patchwork for already commenced. Dr. Morse's IndianRoot a II I ,
own .. jirl raised her head quickly and aside like a dead leaf, and leaped .rP oflltP "lel
her bunk eal'nOwaCutp 1bOUh15II'e
silves? Ould Gryco at odd times when the tido' IK a village in New t
does be so fond round. What a face! never through the door making England the folknv- her'etorepbehdtskenli 'O" iheC'li. :
hisfieoulir' good his escape does not serve. Nantuckct jug superstitious belief is -f one 1 ni
F' yarns. itVmesilf t1tat its like before-I Cor. lo! prevalent: Dur- L'bf3 l i'. .1 ..
never shall for about the twentif time. P.11 about the P)1ltP &' rrr .
g service; ia the
church if .
lolle to havejist ton Transcript : : the church &baLMur.c' PIUs [
_ _ _ loop the wan to match: It "was the most beautiful I Poor Bray died before morning, rejoicing -1I c -dock strikes while a hymn is being sung, =_ __ _ _ _ _ Vours.etc.. 'JW.ul ? I

I \'/ummi1"bichin up cattymount it or looked at but white as the dead with his latest breath that his -Carpets are made to cover the"I the belief is that some parishioner will die To save Doctors' ls uso -

r 1$. an' report the big black cy s stretched wide lifo had ransomed his sister frum floors of house within the week. So strong is this belief that Dr. Morse's Indian rOe 1The D, I
a a and ;
the are nude OMS
Cap'e at breakfast" rugs the loot I-is. W. H C
glossy taro as if they had much striking mechanism of tho clock is Best Family } t
fate than
worse death. His last II I to cov-r tho flaws iu tiic -i1 a"I 11
I carptt.I stopped during j&ervicaj in which :.

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