Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
July 4, 1890
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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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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: ()lDt' year........ ...........................n M mind how many, stranger:: 'cau e It was r RELIGIOUS AND DUCA'1'IONAL -
; Sli months.... ... .... ... .... ............ .. H I sec old Dobbin through the fence; how weak long before tho war-I lived over In CiAVE HIMSELF AWAY. THE FARMING RLD. THE MANURE.A .
subscriptions, must he he looks, and old
Ivonce. So discriminations pnld in favor Invariably or In Hit hair la railing off; in Wood County. It was pretty thinly settled -The Provisional Government of Ura- How the Fair Cleopatra Penetrated Colonel Dlsrmvinn. of It* Value to tile Farm r*
fcody.Comniunljfctif'n'. anr- damp and cold; spots, he feel!%' the in them days and though oar vil zil has issued a decree suppressing religious :Manlier' DiftgnUe. THEY DO DAMAGE. of the Country.

Interest soiicfMd from! upon all matters of local lie hong! his head, his step Is slow-'tls plain l age :wur a small ono it wur the biggest instruction in the State schools.A The masquerade ball was!' at its height.;: The f.irmerwho does not appreciate

81111..ts of the county. enough to see within quite a distance."A -. British clergyman of note esti- The tall, graceful young man who had Apple! Twig Puncture*-The. nlllf. lo Tree the valuf of manure as a part of the Income -

His thirty to years are more to him thon'fifty aro feller by the name of Pipkin run a mates that the Protestants ha\o increased arrayed himself somewhat }hastily in a Moth and Itt! Work. which ho derives from brooding

SECRET SOCIETIES. me. bit of a saloon and though he didn't the last hundred years nearly Diedrich Knickerbocker} mask a Napoleon 'fhe Buffalo Tree Hopperbubalus (Crl'i/- and feeding stock is not abreast of the

He shall not work another jot-not that he sell much whisky nor beer either, in fourfold, the Human Catholics and the Bonaparte coat. and a pair of Sir ) is a very common species times. As we glance over what: we call I

would complain the village, ho got rid of a good deal of Greek church each two fold. Anthony Absolute: knee-breeches the throughout most of the United :States:: the exhausted farming sections in the

Independent<< Order of O
Of all the horses on the farm he's been the that used to be kinder thick in that sec- held a meeting to take steps establish ino and No. two slippers, with whom he maple and other trees. The mode t, country, anti recognize the fart that

< every Thea.I very test; tion. an industrial school for young men and had been dancing nearly all the evening, of puncturing which is done for the this is the! result and must always he

cI.cIb1)'Fellows'iay night at should bare thought of it before; but now he "Nobody liked Pipkin; and to tell the women of their race, in which} also they to a seat in a bay window. purpose of depositing:: eggs has been the inevitable result of robbing the soil

Transient II a 11. shall have rest. honest truth ho didn't have a generwine can learn to read and write tho English "Lovely shepherdess," he said, in a carefully studied by Prof. Popvnoo at tho tiller of even the most naturally

brothers cordially invited tc I call to mind the colt he was, and how I broke friend in the hull county. His record language.The tender but muffled: voice. "I have penetrated the Kansas Agricultural College, and I fertile land should not fail to learn
attend. I,. C. HULL, Noble Grand.F. him In- wasn't You the can not do better than quote from his lesson
very clean, neither in regard to traveler and ethnologist Tush- your disguise; are popular the which past experienceand
J. FiKM's, Sec'y. I'. o. Box 41. Whew-'twas! how he kicked and pranced and plunged politics norMs family affairs. lie seemed kuroff, points out the fact that there are and beautiful actress, Miss Cleopatra description and give the figure drawn present observation teaches. Tho
doubtful which would win; tj do Siddons-Rachel.; by Mr. :Marlatt, shoing the punctures Rural
Hut I was pretty well however and 400,000 heathens and 50,000 Mohamme : repeats what it hasoiten.said. and
young as well as he,and would apparur
Improved Order of Red :Men.Oscelo denied; not be __ dans in the Russian army the latter "You do me honor.Slr[ Mulligatawny," *nd the insects. what is fully recognized by every ,

Tribe No. And since he's been as safe a nag as man would 4i7t .;:- forming; per: cent of the Cossack regiments she replied, mockingly. "How have "The mode of oviposition in the thinking man, that our farming! methods -
kindled 1, Florida-COuncil wish to ride; : .J-' and also declares that Chris you been enabled to 'penetrate my disguise Buffalo Tree Hopper has been the subject are reckless. We have had tho

fires each Wednesday's Sleep *t nut never lacked In spirit. nor In steadiness I' ,I IIL. tianity is dying out in SoutheasternRusiia. ,' may I ask?'' of some difference of opinion and advantage of one of the most fertile

I their Wigwam, Starke, Fla. nor speed; 'You can't deceive me," rejoined: the descriptions extant with the exceptionof countries in the world and beginningat :;

Transient brothers are cordially in. Many's tho time his willing: feet havo an. ,: .1'h Several of the Southern States, notably young man. "Through: all the little a short one in the Canadian En- tho eastern edge we have been

I rited to attend. When swered urgent need. Virginia Florida and Arkansas tricks of artifice of feigned voice and tomologist for 1S86 seem to bo wide of sweeping westward with our careless

, T. O. HAYXES, Sachem. human every breath moment was a gain to fleeting h are developing good school systems, and simulated simplicity-" the mark. Observations upon this in- methods or utter" lack o! methods like afire
, TV. M. MIUCIIAM, C. of R. He knew what precious minutes meant-and so the newspapers of North Carolina "Simulated simplicity is good," inter- sect made last summer in the department sweeping over the prairie, destroyIng
defeated the of entomology of this institution I
r death. State which has not been as progressivein posed lovelyshepherdessinthe pale- whatever wo touched. Where wo
gro: n domino, pensively. "I'll make a show that the mode of oviposition is as I once grow wheat wo can grow it no
; CHURCH DIRECTORY. Then, in my happy courting days he knew the this respect as others-calls upon the
I --- -. very night 4 I, people to make an increase of at least memorandum of it." represented in the plate herewith ex I longer and though Dakota and Montanacome
::::: That would swing the stable door and greet / 5150,000 a year in the appropriation for "Through all these," he continued, hibited. Tho irregularly circular or along as exceedingly prolific
ItaptUt Church.Services him with delight.He educational institutions. impressively, "I recognize the unquenchable oblong scars resulting from the growthof wheat sections! producing in some cases ,

at H:50) : ) a.m. anrl: 7 p.m. knew and the fair girl; I loved was waiting far away I -The Illinois Supreme Court recently histrionrc genius which the injured bark upon branches and even as high as fifty bushels to the acre,

Prayer meeting 'very'ednsday at R HP seemed to say: 'Twill not bp.long before I c- rendered a decision that will interest nothing can hide." twigs punctured by the insect in questions the average wheat yield of tho country

I p.m. M. M. WOMIIOI.T, Pastor. take you there:" ?a t. members of the Y. M. C. A. The court .Just so," she murmured "I am the occur numerously on the twigs of in consequence of exhausted fertility. li<
School beautiful and popular actress Miss Cleopatra various trees especially upon the willow less than ten bushels to the acre. We
Sunday meets every Sunday Then on my wedding-day he stood with holds that the Y. M. C. A. is not whollya
others :; I? Or it soft maple and apple. In a it down
m-Tningat 10-30.:\ nt the church; religious body, but is largely a Chris- am was young lay as a rule that no one can
f the and beautiful actress? And apple orchard in this vicinity, the violate with
TATE POWII.I: :; No doubt ho thought for 'just that once I left tian and benevolent organization and popular scars impunity. that all soil must
)1.0.upt.. him In the lurch- Ii' who are you?" were so numerous that the growth of bo fed.
--- therefore the law restricting the amountof
-- Ono face one form, that day of days, was all ,, 4 "Who am I? Ah, fair enslaver," he the trees was lessened and their shape The maintenance of the fertility
to be held'rI8n property by religious
Church. that I could
; answered "I dread to tell The favor much injured in the soil is intimate intel-
I did you. consequence. an part of an
not think does \
Services of Dobbin then Trhatc'cr he corporations not govern the Y. M.
o\ery Sunday at 10:30 a.m., thought of me. SPURTS .... STEADY STREAM. C. A. you have graciously shown me this "The slits. in tho bark made by ligently-conducted liv -stock breedingand

and 8 p.m. U. U.; MATTICK, Pastor** ently had plenty of for ho lived : evening, tho acquaintance so happily the ovipositor of the female tree feeding. Many have gone into
: And when the had money -In Odessa a recent decision of the
Sunday &'hool'erJ' Sunday atlflO( I learned years joys reverse brought, their- grief and well and bought considerable land. authorities prohibits Jewish teachers. begun which it would break my heart to hopper, are two in a place, slightly: I dairying for tho purpose of improving

..m. II.: C. hULL, SuptS He drew the little ones and me behind tho "All of a sudden, without giving any from teaching in Christian schools. forfeit now, might come to a sudden end." curved their concave sides facing. the soil by keeping it in grass and the

gloomy hearse. notice, Pipkin shet up his saloon and Furthermore, adherents of the Jewish "You fancy you have made a favorable The strip of bark between those improvement of the soil will accompanythe

MethodUt Chiirrh. I can not lot say that he divined how lonely was went to work to build a cider mill. It faith are not allowed to give private lessons impression on the lovely shepherdess slits is separated from the wood as the dairying business if properly con

But my ; wan't no one-horso mill neither. It the popular and beautiful etc., do you. insect thrusts the ovipositor from each ducted. Rotation of crops' all tho stock
every Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. since he has not been the same-I know, in Christian homes. The general
and .:::10 p.m. Prayer meeting that I have not! wur a big: affair, with a cooper shop and public i.s' warned against Jewish teachers :Sir:: Olla Podrida?" slit to the bark under or beyond the opposite that the farm willcarry. with the necessary -
every every thing complete. At the same timo "\ -" slit, the ('ggin each row having pastures and grass lands and the
Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30. And so thro' gladness and thro' grief old Dobbin Pipkin built himself a largo, two-story in largo posters on the bulletin "And you think I have penetrated been introduced through the slit above saving of the manure and its intelligent
.los. has been near; b ards which} allege that Jewish teachers
SHAXDS, Pastor. No wonder that he looks so old when I have house, and sot to work with a hull lot of : endanger morals and religion. your disguise I suppose' Colonel Omnibus the opposite row. The growth of the application make the way to maintaining

Sunday School every Sunday at !I a.m. grown BO sere. help (all strangers) to farm his land. lie School statistics for Paris state thatthere ?" bark is thus checked and the incisions the fertility of the soil. Threshingthe

J. ClIAKI IN: RlfHAIU Supt. I know full well that fifty years Is youth to had tho biggest farm in Wood County- "I am sure you do not know me," he remain for several years, as the irrcsruBUFKALO grain in the field and leaving the
are 147,51:: < children attending
many men- nigh on to 1,200 acres, though moro'n said with a chuckle. "You have never straw to rot in not the way. we need
Tis not the rear, but that my Mart has municipal or Stain schools; IH.' ')Ji attending -
Chrlntlati Church. reached three score! and ten I ISo half of it wer woods. schools directed by religious met me, although I am a humble member scarcely say to make manure. The

Acts xl., 1 2?j; Acts xxvi.,2S; I. Peter Iv., 1& while I live his life "Inside of two years Pipkin wer doing orders, and ;{3OOO attending free lay of your own profession." grain should be harvested! at a time
falling l1Ae
naught but the biggest cider and vinegar business "You are an actor are you?" when the straw is in the best conditionto
Services each Lord's day at 3 comfort know; schools whew religious instruction isgiven.
in Northwestern Ohio what "I am, lovely" mako: food for stock consistent, of
Old ; only puzzled ..
P. YOUNO I'astor. Dobbin as I said at first, shall ne'er feel It is alo :stated that attendanceat .
rein or blow. neighbors wus whero on earth "You are not, sir." course, with the formation of the berry.
Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 The best of oats,the sweetest hay tho field to he got all his apples-for Wood County municipal schools has increased by "II e.y'?" All the straw should be fed to stock.

fi- p.m. 1-'. p. HARRY, Supt. wander f roe. warn't much of a applo section them only about 700 in tho last three years. "I say you are not an actor sir! You k\\ Jhe value of good straw for cattle an Shall all be his-a poor return for all he's been Tho annual expenditures for the municipal /9io
days. Howover.nobody cared much about are not even an amateur. I can pene- 1 sheep food we have often" referred to.
tomel! schools i is 'l ,fiOOOOO francs.-N. Y.
OFFICIAL D''RECTORY.Cft William L. Keese: In Ladies' Home Journal.PIPKIN'S Pipkin's affairs.!' Tho women gossiped Independent.Formerly. trate your disguise to that extent, sir. It should be placed where it can be
L conslder'ble, but tho men folks let him You don't belong to the profession at \ easily fed. and thus not only contributeto
the education of girls in
alcne. Pipkin warn't inclined to bo all, sir." tho maintenance of the stock but to
PIPE LINE. France was in time hands of the
,. Dfllccrs. noways neighborly; he never gave any ".\ I ask how you know fair maiden the increase of the manure. Leavingthe

Mayor-J. C. Wills.AWermen one round them parts a job and ho done convents from, and that was of boys.different Secular in every schoolsfor respect ?" \\V corn-stalks standing in the field i is!

all his trading off. All his "Your nails not the to make It la
-W. W. Sapp, IT. I). Miner, And How the Revenue Men Got; 'way help girls }have been founded, especially finger are clean, sir! way manure.
After the Man Who Owned It. was strange, and even the teamsters he A deep groan burst from the lips of not good farming to do it. Of late
George E. l'ace, J. G. Alvarez, J. JI. since Ib70 and there are now fiftyonesuch
hired ho fetched from Toledo. Once the young man and he rose and walked years the value of good corn fodder has!
Truby. high !schools' in France. Ono
old Undo Jeff Smiley, as \\'er kinder wasopened away. been demonstrated to many who formerly
Clerk T WASmymis- last in Paris buildings
Walter hose
Will old and inquisitive like, did undertake year "Foiled again!" ho hissed.-Chicago ]left the stalks standing in the field.
Treasurer- "'. Morgan fortune, ono to ask Pipkin whore ho got his apples, cost about 100,000. It has twentytwo Tribune. Corn to JE'r..ill take the place of valuable

Marshal-E. D. Wall. _;.t :: day last summer but he didn't get no satisfaction for his teachers, and takes girls: from THREE-AMERICAN- FABLES. hay and it i:; a great deal better
to "missconnections'
Assessor-T. W. Sweat. -l : pains. We all took the hint and didn't twelve to seventeen years old. Sewingand than much of the hay that is fed

at bother Pipkin and it got to be that nobody housekeeping are taught. The regular Their :Morals Are Plain Enough to Be to stock. Make it a point to save the
4 Green Springs course is five years, and a teacher's Guested by the Dullest Intellect.
so as passed the time o'day corn fodder in good condition. It is!
County Officer Junction O. It } is for the studies of the THE SK.VA10R <:
to the diploma given AND Tilt FI II.
. surly codger."But economy to do it, not only in the matterof
County Judge-W. F. :Malphus. was not the sixth A United States
Senatorof Undoubted
apples or no apples friends or'no 3ear. _ folding hut in the increase of thmanure. .
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. ,. first time by: friends, Pipkin run that there cider mill WIT AND WISDOM. Veracity who had been Fishing for several .-Western Rural.
Sheriff-D. L. Alvarez. any means thatIt hours without Luck finally
_ of hi'j'n full blast. and jist everlastingly: any
Tax AHI'Pssor-.J. E. Wainright.Tax _ had fallen to kept three and four teams a-hauling -lie that accuses all mankind of cor- hooked a sun-bass Weighing about four 2. EASY AND SIMPLE.BarbedWire .

C.oll'ctor-I. M. Hale. my lot to cool I cider and to remember 0 u nces.
i' vinegar in barrels to the rail- ruption ought that he is .
Molig Ft'neJlow It Cart
uperintirndentofSchoo1s-4. L. Hill. my heels at roads. Ho shipped the stuff 'all over. biirc to convict only one. "Kind sir, please spare my Life!" TKKE-IlOrPEK.. lie Pone.

County ur\'J'ur-2.W.II.I Edwards C.h'. that somewhat dreary crossing. I know to Cleveland and Pittsburgh and Toledo When a young man is running down pleaded tho Fish. "I am so small thatit
the landscape, as viewed from the modest would FIG. 1 a, ovipositor in its sheath; 6, the orlpofeitor. \- It is often necessary says a correspondent -
and Detroit, and even as far as New in health he should wind some of his' hardly pay-
County Commissioners A. Knight. triangular welL I up and c, one of the valves of the sheath of Farm and Fireside to movo
D. B. platform pretty York City. bad Ii abi ts.-N. O. Picayune. "Oh, you needn't feel any Anxiety on shown Jo'w.2. branch of *
Knight, E. A. Todd W. L. Pin separately. : c apple, a barbed-wiro fence from one part of
know also that, barring the landscape, "Well, sir by the end of tho fourth Often the man who does not know that point"replied the Senator. "There showing;, at d and, the inject at work. and the .
holster M. V. Smith. the farm to another. With the
there is mighty little else to bo seen. year Sam Pipkin must have made a pileof his own mind has escaped a very disreputable -I return you to your native Elementin wounds made by It;4i, portion of the bark lift!-il.! appliance
below barbed-wire fenceis
So I philosophically seated myself upon wealth, and it wer about thet thero acquai n tance.-Terre Haute Ex- Safety, and may Peace go with you." showing the egg clusters; A, egg cluster In out
line much enlarged. one of the handiest of movable fences.
State Ofllcer I the weather-worn boards planted my time that my old uncle, Seth Sander MOIIAL: Then ho went up to the hotel -
feet of the rails and lit press. lar scars above noted. Tho wounds For A regular movable fence w. use
upon one up a and he hooked are
died. Uncle
Seth had lived swore a one-hundred-
Govei nor-F. P. Fleming, Jackson son for -Coolness, and absence of heat and
small. wooden at
sharpened one
made posts
five-center. in but pound Tarpon but that at broke his line more numerously upon the upper
fill!'. years Sandusky owned land in haste indicate fine ities. A
Then I noticed a strange state of affairs Wood qual : gentleman and side of tha branch, and are often M> end which are easily driven into the .
) of State John I... Crawford County, which he, being sorter makes noise is got away.
Secretary no
,, for Green Springs Junction. TheY I miserly, wouldn't sell for no price. Emerson. ; a lady serene. abundant that the branch is deformed in ground on our prairie soil and as easily

Crawfordville. was filled with cars loaded with huge There was nigh on to two hundred Tilt TRAMP: AMI TUB COXSTAIH.E. growth The inject: which is well shownat pulled out again. Tho wire is loosened

Attorney-General I..ama.rlon' iron water pipes, and along the I., B. fc acres and Uncle Seth willed it to me. I It takes a small boy to see the imperfections A Tramp who was sleeping on the d and e Fig. 2 of the accompanyingplate .

ticello. W. track from the south, a human being This lot mostly in timber was west of in an old man, and an old ,outhern edge of a straw stack after a is of a bright grass-green color ......."

Treasurer J. Tons, Macclenney. was approaching. I'ipkln'sllno, and being a sort of narrow man to see the faults in a boy.-Atchi- hearty meal of cold victuals was suddenly and very active flying with a. buzzing

Commissioner cf Agriculture BYoinbwel I wondered at both the pipes and the strip, ran out clear to big Wood bun Globe. awakened by a voice calling in his noise when approached. The insect in

I. man-for the pedestrian vas a man. County swamp nigh on to two miles. -Thore is no surer mark of tho absence ear, and he sprang up to be Confrontedby all stages feeds upon the juice of various

Coniptcoller-General D. Barne. "Mornin'," quoth the stranger, as ho, "First thing I knew Pipkin came to of the highest moral and intellectual a Constable, who exclaimed: plants. It i is very generally: distributed -

AtUtant-Gcn'ral--Uayid Long, Cedar somewhat familiarly seated himself by me and wanted to know my price for qualities than a cold reception of "Pritho sir but this is against tho but does not usually appear in '"

'fI.r6. my side. Uncle Seth's strip. Hut as I hadn't I excellence. Town Ordinance and you must Explain such numbers as to be considered great- -r"F ';'

Superintendent of Public Instruction "Good morning" I replied, willing at thought it over I put him off for a week, Reason can not show itself more your conduct ly injurious." : --.i- ;;.

-Albert Russel, Jacksonville. Green Springs Junction, to make friends and the next day with Levi Ransom reasonable than to cease reasoning "Lands! but it is only a Constable!" I have soon trees very much damaged _

with any one and every ono who could I set out to kinder inspect my new bo- things that are above reasoning.-Sir gasped the Tramp as the look of Terror by the scarring and distortion caused by FIO. L .

r- speak English. longings. We got poking around in the Philip :Sidney.It :: fled from his face and was replaced by a these punctures, and have no doubt from the posts with a common claw

L. B. RHODES "Nice mornln,' 'smornin'. 'Spose you sib and purty soon Levi ho run his may bo remarked, for the comfort sweet sad Smile. that the injury affects the trees for hammer and then rewound on the

hain't got a chew of tobacker, about hickory stick in some very soft earth, of honest poverty, that avarice "Only a Constable! But. sir, I represent many years after tho punctures are original spools. Fig. 1 explains the

you?" and then struck something real hard reigns most in those who havo but few the Law, and I can Restrain thee made Remedies are difficult as there construction of the machine. :Fig. 1

Attorney at Law "No I haven't; but if you can make and curious like. Then we both of us good qualities to recommend them.In for Thirty days:" is little indication of the presence of the, shows the parts to be made. Insertedin

out with a Carl Dunder cigar I shall be scraped and scratched, and at last wo all things throughout: tho world "Go ahead with your Performance insect until after the damage is done, the crank shaft is a pin the ends ot

glad to accommodate, ." managed to clean of two or three feet the men mho look for tho crooked will old \Ianl": replied the Tramp. "Fora but if known in time the insects can bf': which project a few inches.

STARKE, FLA. As my visitor lit his cigar I asked: length of iron pipe-small pipe, such as see the crooked, and tho men who look moment my heart ceased to beat. I killed by spraying with kerosene emul- Tho slot is just far enough from the

-- -- "Possibly you can tell me what those city folks use for gas pipe. for the straight will see the straight.The thought you mere a Buck-Saw. come to sion.-Orange Judd Farmer.HORTICULTURAL pin-hole that when the wedge is inserted -

big water pipes are to bo used for?" 'Wal, I'm durnodl'! says Levi and innermost, unexpressed thoughtof lead ma ta cord of Hickory Wood!" in the slot, the spool may beheld

Commercial Hotel "Sure (puff), sure (puff) ly. Yes (puff) says I: 'Well, I'm durned. every man is about this: If every MUIIAI: : Even a tramp has lots of : NOTES. firmly on the crank shaft. Iron

eiree. Them's for tho pipo line, to "Wo speckerlated find guessed till wo other man had been created as nearly things. to bo thankful for. The following excellent fruit notes clamps fasten tho side pieces to the

was tired, and at last says I o'I: haveit ri almost THE: (in.\TAX!) TIIC IIUXTEK.:
come day.
8ays he; 'I'll run home for a drill'Levi any
Opposite Depot, STAHKE, I"LA.FirstClass : A Goat who bad, Observed Hunter Ploughman: ---!F."J
( being a blacksmith), and ho went. However good you maybe, you have a TUB Duchess d' .
He wer back in an hour and in a few faults; however dull you may be, you ,>eating a Thicket for Game went and Angouletne pear L.L Si
aiakes a handsome tree on its own roots ;f:4
Accommodations.\ minutes ho had a little hole drilled. can find out what some of them are; and, secreted himself at a Favorable spot but '
general testimony is that the
Then up spurts a steady stream,taller'n however slight they may be, you and when the Hunter came near the of 4
a man of pure strikeyerdizzychitky! bad better make some patient efforts to Goat attempted to Growl; in Imitation quality the fruit is improved on the

$2.00 PER DAY. Yes sir whisky and no foolin'I! get rid of them.-Once a Week. of a Tiger. The Hunter fired at Ran-: quince. -r

Special rates made to Weekly or \ Yjtrr- "Well, sir you might have knocked Weak minds make treaties with the dom, but the Bullet laid the Goat low. THE man who attemps to raise an orchard -
Monthly Boarders. Hotel thoroughly ? ".\la.! but have known of trees in has <: r4c :- -
me and Levi over with a straw and we passions they can not overcome, and try you might it I young grass no "
renovated' and run in first-class!' order.J. had to both of us sample the liquor jestto to purchase happiness at the expense of was not a Tiger!" exclaimed the Goat in right complain about the depressed I ill;. 2.

KLENSCHMIDT.! Proprietor. 1 brace up our nerves. But we didn'tgooff principle. But the resoluto will of a his Dying Agonies. conditions of agriculture. lie practicei from which the plows have been re

------ -- half-cock, by no means. Levi strong;:: man scorns such means. and "But how could I tell that it was not depressed methods. moved The side pieces also rest in tho

plugged the pipe with a small stick of struggles nobly with his foe to achieve i Wolf?" replied the Hunter. TREE roots always extend as far as Looks which are on most walking culti

F. J. FIELD, wood, covered up the hole and we great deeds. :MOKAL: A large and varied assortment the limbs extend, and sometimes vators. 4'l
started off for Toledo. When we came -To he true men and women, we must of Calamities may happen to the u farther. That fact shows the folly of This arrangement may have to bo

iri g M lDn'l Work rl hnr back we brought with us the supervisorand be self-poised self-directing and self-re Man who was Intended for a Goat hutwants confining culture and manure to withina modified to suit different styles of cultivators -

{ U ,I two or three deputy United States specting. We must never hang our the Public to think him an Elo foot or two of the tree trunk. but the p-escnt article will servo

; marshals. opinions upon another's thoughts or a pliant.-Detroit Free Press. THE enterprising nurseryman who deceives as a hint and tho reader's ingenuity ,

STARKE, FLA. "Next morning, bright and early we party dictum; we must never indolentlyshift The Usual Description."Is a great many credulous people can do tha rest. I

ALL Cox 41 tracked that pipe line sir right through responsibility or sink into mental the fellow what you would call a into buying poor new fruits at high Two men operate the machine ono .. -'l4
#.- Uncle Seth's strip 'way into the swamp, captivity to a stronger nature. The fast man?" prices, damages fruit culture, and deserves holding tho tongue and guiding &
.- ,- i and brought up at a big pretty well- most modest of us all, however lightlyhe "lIe certainly is fast in every respect the reprobation of honest men. as regulating the tension of the wirer
PEEK & FRAZEE built shanty. The marshals captured, may hold his own powers, must remember out on'hat." GRAFTING is an old art not sufficient the other, of course, turns the crank.
A. STBAKGK STATE OF AFFAIRS- tho place and two men, and discovered : that they are his own, and Qn "\\ is the exception?" appreciated. By it any old fruit tree -

carry oil from over yonder at Lima to one of the" finest whisky stills you that account are of priceless value to "The matter of paying his debts."- that is healthy but unproductive can be FECIT: growing fails largely throughlack
ittonicysatlawandKotaricsSTARKE Cleveland." ever heered tell on! Then we followed him. Chicago Times. soon changed in its character. Thousands of intelligence and care. Timely

"Abt"! said I, "great things those pipe thet pipe back again for moro'n live -He possesses dominion over himself of farmers don't know how to work is of vast importance and many
BKADFORl) CO., FLA. Miles, and we landed right into Pipkin's -Near Boston, Ga., there lives an extensive it fruit growers bato: exactness and caro-
lines, are they not? and is happy, who can every day say, "I graft, though easily learned.:
family by the name of Groover.
: "That's what. cider milL SEVENTY bushels ful study of details. The very questions -
have l Ihcd. To-morrow the
Estate heavenlyFather poor, tencentperbushel
Abstracts of Title and Real remained 'Well, sir it wer consider'blo of a One peculiarity about them is their in : some fruit ask show their
Law For some moments we both may either invade the world in apples!' will make a barrel of apple growers
specialty.Abstracts furnished showing every silent, puffing smoke. joke on us Wood County sleepyheads to dark clouds or cheer it with clear sun- termarriage. Within a radius of five jelly which the starving manufacturer ignorance. Adherence to ld 'quack

; .Deed l. Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale, Judgment My companion broke the stillness."I think thot ther feller Pipkin had fooledus shine. He will not. however, render in miles there reside seven separate fami sells for twenty-six dollars or more remedies Is another sign of ignorance.BAr.LET .
lies, and each head of the
Attachment and all matters ct beerd tell ofPipkin's for years, now, waren't ItT family married But if the !
: 'spose now you never effectual the things wnich have already farmer should demand more :
I public record and file affecting Title of Pipe Line?" "Cider? Ha, ha!" taken place.-Horace. : a lady of the same name and the than ten cents he would be told. probably is good feed for swine; andas

Heal Estate in Bradford county, 1f'1P "Can't say that I ever did." "Vinegar? Ha, ha, ha!" Even the wild flowers that you I kinship of none run lower than the that it "couldn't be afforded." they can :grow black barley. and cannot
g to date of Abstract. time I Well, Pipkin didn't get ahead of the third cousin. grow corn with the greatest: success
"No. It was before your ;gather: in your long rambles on the summer's THERE' are many subtle questions in I -
reckon; and most of folks has forgottenall revenue men to any large extent, and day. though they mill die before -1'1C' crow has been lately put forth fruit culture which the experiment stations in Northern Dakota and: Montana, somebody

; t DQl\UT.ns run about it. But I hain't, and I never ho put in about ton years! at Columbus.Yes to-morrow. have still their use, in theirLr.auty by a ;orre pondent as the cause of the should solve. One is the caus will reo: the time when these regions -J
', sir, these pipe lines are mighty decrease in bir-l.. lie claims will produce the best pork in on-
4 ( shall. and their fragrance, while they game that and cure of black knot, and another of
I"ire 1Li1.ulnh1ce, I looked at my watch. It wanted handy things, but you see the StandarJ la--t. And i if you do hut get out of them the) c.-uw destroys the} eggs: of prairie peach yellows. To study such question judgment. _ _

lL forty-five minutes to train time. ain't tho first to lay ono In this'' Faction the good that OOII Las. put into them} hens, quails nnd partridges besides Is far more important than to fin! out GivE tie pigs a good start. Keep them
f 'pr..C'ut\Jlg-\ the Liverpool and Londonlobe : "'1'(>11 mo about it," said I. "Here conies your train. -W. H. S. though they perish they perish in LLCting.Christian Uillinjr! ; I the young! ; birds and smrgots v which is tho earliest pea by fifteen developing right along and rememboj
Iud the l'rJvidl'Tlt'C'and WiuhBgluu l
in DeticU Treo Press.
Atkinson, Union.
.1 \ awl tho Security*:- "Well a good many years agoflevor a itiutdy: a bounty on crow heads. winuted that fat is not growth. /i'

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COUNTY Thi week several of StnrkeV citizens Disfigured Countenance. I, HaplU ZIuo.1er. I Master's Sale. Fotra Trunk Line.

BpraRD TELEGR/PH. Many: puupl.; wh- would seare. ly no'jeean Win Timiiions I I I 1'os-tma.s.ter of Ida- I> Y yjRTUE OF A MrUEEOF: FORECLdSI _

are taking in Chattanooga. Himb-ss or legless man, will I I in- vj]hit. Jinl.. write.-( : "Kleelrie Bitters ; I) and sole rendered the Circuit Omrt.

While there will have 1, *rJcellent ilui I t delcrt Jintlmimk any I blemish |lias tlone niorf for me th in nil I other Fourth Jiulici.1 Circuit of Florida in ant for ILOKIDA C'KATHAL
-PLTIiIiSIIEI SVELXLV &T- they an ex- I lie human faro ami tl-ve inio ail oiis '
T me'lii-hie, eniiihiiuued lfor; that haul tctttiigasiiiiir SHIP YOUR lirailfonl County. Horiiln. in Chancery iaoeivj
BJtAlF )Ifl) t'OU'fV. I'L' eRIIA. opportuimy to.see the effects J of sprenl.itioi; as tti its an-e, and attendant ; 'reIn kid'-ey and I liver I trouble." tam caii ;e therein pend'njr hcrtino: \ ..4Ott r&'PESULB R. ii.
; IainantnmlJ. I., liaskin. adimuistrator
If doubt this >
ei u-uuIitaIPS.
I. C.\VKBR. you J0s.eui.u'u huii Leslie, a farmer and stoeKin-in r>( 'Jfrtrt Eortnrh-.' I. llntldanl : % .<'
of advertising when done judicipns- the estate of Louis VViikotski. de va8e U n de- o. *
liffoine, is.s -sed ui| a tlKcolorijlinvit.i. ? _.
Editor | I Hitters
and Publisher sinie pl.ieo.savs: "Fin-l Kleetric I will sell -at | nhlie outrnr bcfureLli M 'filml'ei!.- ;!lwt IsT"'s"
ly and without. stint. Not many &'(1 (, ) ( 1,01 (' lliflV uuuuiiu aute.utiusuu it lob" t he lii-st Kidney Hinl' Liver inetliHne FRUIT and VEGETABLES Courthouse door in the To*n of Starke, in said _3 ; soli isIJo" -' 1r
\vi A bbieke\e: is generally J.lAV. count v. i 4) tie I lit-UN DIX'X ,
Hsrini-rioN: $1.00 YKAIC... 1isiuia1u1. ; ma-'o me feel hit.e a new man. .
: years ago Chattanooga was a littl t but bloiHips. pimple auusi l |F ( nrdiipr, hardware nierelnnt. same KIIIST MONDAY TK JULY. A. I). iSM>. 4 6 O p l'i 05 a Lv rpriruidm ..r > p fW\(
I tin same beins ill" 7rh; if >idni<-ntli. he- } 710 U .''> a Lv ,laik-.nile
oilier seiofiilonsi ami I enipiivo inniks is the 10( tidy ( s p \r II p ba> a
7ft,eF 4eeoriju Ia Act tf Ot'-ffi'f** fiiIr. ton n the size of Starke, but not near steal, lit tit )au3I w rnin anil town, sav: "Klei-tiie Bitters just tiven tinl l-pal hours of sale all the foutus"u% ing-i p H :Wa I.v f'nlljftaii Ar 1411 p. (SKia
| upon are thin| for who is-all I ilown aunt -
a man run | tie) --cril -d jiroiieity. to-vir: AU thnsf -rtam )s4lci.l.l.v| : 'i J2 : .-
?/< Pm( (4J114.e. SI.tR Fla., *jo; neat ami inviting to a stranger. >J Ji (1ulul' I v I HIP liisf j intimation of the don't] rare w !i tlicr he I lives or die--;" lui i jufcc*. |artl8 or'l'if* iT laud -ituite. hinsor HMOp i.TpAr j-Mike I.iH4u> p 51"a S.'Ha

f1fI ..7b,1lr. t 14 t that our Motl is fjoin;* wnnur. A I found new Ftrentrth, god 1 sippetita anil { BARBER & Ca Iwirif: in tli Count of Bradlord and State of H2lp: tr'RpAr Hawthorne i- j-'u. :i iM>

i Yet a stranger came haw andad- ]prj )iiM>t and .yu.I UMu | thiet-j.rt( in bl CKtwentv-llveii'J> I iu tne Town of 4 liuAr M\rr!
prickly Hsjioki] uTut and Sprins l v rt-loa
Our Comuinatious. lised. The res-ult of this ( potassium) ,"Xe) bo'tlo Drnprjrists. t! !
j ve embryo j i will ptiiilv I thin 'ilo-'d Jease I the skin"aud Only a it uirks I ein one humlicil flint tire fret Mjiiare, 1 I'.a 4-.sp vr ( leata I.v !M7.i ttti
1) i1vTim .irmon 1 $10 1)0) -- I together{ with all and singular tlio trtieniMits, 10 U) 70) ) u pAr 1I..iuui sujjsn Ly 7iit> a :
'h j-car cnterpiise then, is a great city to-day give l Isuk to the fn'-e nature's Ituuui t- ; TALL Iron A STATE DKMOrilATM1 CHICAGO. I hereditament-; and arpiirtenantvs thereunto i -I I :1) a GOlpAr( Insbur I.v 74la S 9 3top 4i

8riitanl Cii. rii.M.Pii. 1 1 00H I Jar rnthly i.igii.s <>f health. Girt it at your j CONVICTION AT OCA LA, FI.A., heKefeienees Iuutugiiist or as much iheu-of isiS may he ntcessarv I|, i; :i"a l> :.> p r T.uares ) i.v 7 iia > |
where the clink of the ham- ,
no.OurpiKclorUUi -a thy J J..tuizgi-t u.. i 01AUBOTT.S Vt'edncsaa) Atirii. 13th, 1SDO.I to Mitisff thes.iKHli'cife. Terms !) IKa Stp.\r( .Oilnndo n 4j 5Lu {>-

10 001 i I' tner, the whirr of the wheel and the IAST: INDIAN COKNI I The I democnitifi patty: of the fcta'c of j ] any Commercial Agency, I I J. I,. IR.*7FE. C.Special HklBhUGHt Master., | .t_t 7 j 'i.MlDU N l Jt

PAINT ii-iiioxos Corn-, flu uuiuuus antl [ hold Cotupl ts Solicitor t 7 (III> p I 111"a Lv ..laclvst.nMlle r 1
the Fh'iida\ will u Mate coinentioii at i Up ti83a
JUoiml Democrat. Irailmg pailv {i i puff of steam engine can he i y'heaid arts in i a inarelon u; flu::1 II 1tt1. i Ueala \Vetl : 1'io'eltck. also HeiberKer te Itielmid tarLc. Fla. Sturke. Ha., i I 4 rj) p 10 r.-.a LT l.-niuat-cutua, Ar '_':.. p 8fOa
i on usestlay. Aujjust Ili lu. at
orpin published weekly nt I liCDpll; I : ia Lv'.in: Ar I 10 t
evrrvwherp jut C3.-a
I). C'. 1 year 1 WDrHrirord i i\ city almost ; ( in for the following purposes; j ji Master's Sale. ;$1.12t.I.v iTuiiiitn Jr1ls31.( 5 1.Sa -

<.V>. IVl n .K\PH. 1 jear 1 Oi) 1 t hidden hy the smoke of numerous I The stale lailrnatl; commission meets at i To i.t.miuate a candidate lor the ollk-e ; S'J a 5.Lv W'Mwood! lv .s OtilliOn
| Tallahassee.; July 9th.t Those w ho have of .lu.-liee of the Supiciuc Court ; > V \ irtneof.decree of forevh.uuseauth sale St.s.x 71p..r It--.i't-t'lty! I.v K.Via; JllMn
; I ) rendered in the Circuit Cuui-t. rnvrth Jiul- j i; y a'a $3..r H-ntfitr I v:3
bl-ist furnaces and ,
2 : i i I bleel works. Ad- i grievance*, lake nt.te. I Ti nominate caiidid-ite for the office HOTELJSCorner t >
) H i ITHE TRAVELERS ial Circuit of and for Ei ailfonl I ouun- 7 id a tS .Op Ar Ti-niia LviH I 1 a73iip

Our piJ4i'f ,r liotli 2
Tli nlNivc, jipplics In IH-W mbscnlierij Itiu-kleii'M Arnicu al\c. 'by the uhigualiou of the I Hon.[ \V. I). !' therein and pending V.Oaslnns herein Ueo. V Ottis complainant i|' Nt-s 7 and s-iK-jty. ilid trains li. twt,
John administrator
( ) resources but it made them Ray and Cellar Street* L. of the s.>n\ileand! haul tit Nt.s.
thii 3a'.d41.ttchairs '
iid rt'uvn1!* only. Send to 1 !IJ.imes > iui'hui
money The best Salve in I the world for ('uuiut. ; i ij i cstat-of LouisVitkoi. deceased, 13 defendant a1 il

iifflcc by I*. O. ofdrr. draft or postal note. I'known to capital and drew it there. Mini1Sous.. U I( ers. Silt I'hPiiin i i1'ever And to transiet: such other business as JACKSONVILLE, FLOUII >A. t' I will tell at 1uIutuIi4 Outcry Iieusretliloiurt iu-atts s e* pn:iUUil jr u?Fv arsletwt_ j3iift.Sumi.i| s-ru Jjitgnd'Ian \ .
house door in the Town of Starke. in said cOUflt .
Pen. OF TEI.KGUAPH. We this lesion ill have Sores, Tetter, Chapped: IlauiN. i ma; ) come before I Ihe Coum veuu totu.: on the % i i ju -2 (J:1:: >A ufi'TJi: T 1J j jI
hope object w
<"Iiililain-i.h Coins l and all Skin Kruptions \ 1 1 he several counties t in I the state will
l FIRST MONDVYOF JULY. A I>. ISrt). i t I 115; i a Lv .1u k.i nville T
The immigration of Italians, Ilungaiians 'a healthful effect upon our visiting will positively I I eun s 1 1'iles.or no j send Negates to jhe i convention I cm I the A5JE1V IIHK'K IIOTKL: ha\ing nil therein I! the same btinc the 7th day of sail mo: th, hetween liH t)." aLv 1- trii.inihna ) i2 Ar -I">t Ii i

pay: requi red. I It i* iiranteed to give ft.1i lowiinr basis: for ts of the more exoensi.-e houses. Comententto : the legal hours of sale, nil the fo' I H.-OaLv Callalian \r l-Up

nud Poles, i> assuming fonn- i townsmen. i l perfect sti* r'ielioii, or money refunded One deleirate for each out hiu tidied dem- nil Depotr. and I.aii4irgs. Especially adajitM I described property lots to of-wit land: All those eertainI li3-> p Iaiiu'.lwiui! Ar12ip
l pi eces. iiiiret-Isi or situate, lyingand Sr( 1.vValdn
itlable proportions. If not checked, Prieo "ft eents per 1 bux. For halo bv. i oeiaiic) voles; and tor each fraction over to1 TRANSIENT IJCS1NESS. Elepnnfly furnisli- | being; i is the Cotintv of lradfor unit "State of a i npAr p (;a.iis-ih- ;! Ll Arll l 7a
j Ttc Stale Press Association of I tifiv I votes, east for I the dem<>ciaiic c.mdied rooms t-inple or en suite. Tul.les irooj as the Florida know n ant tescul! >ed as the southwest 74'') pAr Cenar Kev Lv 5i 1)0 .i
this influx: to our shores will have furcislied and I I quaiter of th" northeast >i.iitrmf
a -- .i he t. This hotelashuilt operatedasaJJU'laliv i| section iwtn1' -
dates; i''U I the stale lieket at I the gcneiiil I Nos. Hand It
Florida in Jacksonville .Solid trzuuuTjt,5
i met June 30. house. U-.tesnie noureilueed ty-three tounshjp seven south ot iiiige twenty j ji
tendency to settle the race problem, I i Countiy p'issinecr: to conductor Say; t j \\uiI-I.> ,iiid ( .. tar Ke-y,,_

these Their reception from the people of I cap. i'- this im r Philadelpl-.y ? Yes? I )o I j miyou st_ founty. I by le.iMin of t ihe piev.ileiicej ev er. | the sonthetitt. quarter 01 stimi twenty-one. \rii: >\NDI.\A A"NI J.uTv>so\\'n.Trri'cii: : : .

as countrymen of (Jaribaldi, that city was HS as that know John Ski nI'Lr? Don't ehVell ? j of yellow fever I in I the slate at I the I time of This is the ONLY ALL YEAR HOTEL, the township nortlitflst sen tiiaiter suiith.of of tin rut*isu.northeast tfl I-1tt3--cn ca-t :; j (I j L *i :------ Il_- 1 HL

Kotouth nnd Kosciusko will crowd generous \ when we liveil in Jackson: county. I th e wild diction( was icduccd LcJow j its AND ONLY ?.' (0 A DAY HOTEL IXJACKSONVILLE. j I of section twenty| nine. tnt n..huip -ven smith iunrler i.f: :I i. IS I.v -'. .tr '

accorded them in) Lake City some he lion Id two dollars, an* never paid an* vote of I Ihe piecidintf general election, the ( ; ninsretwi nty one cast; t.e| noitnea-t tjiiaiierofI IJIiOp I r.apAr I- r.iiii..i.ina: i.v 715.1 loop

the negro to the wal1. ('uffec can jtime and the festivities in* their then lie went to 'Delphy. so 1 limit. I'll I I ba-is of icpresciitiilion (join such county All eiti/ons- Florida are at home there. The I the south sr (that ter of 'eiti iou tweiiti nine,It, '_' I! .tr.; -Bri.nsttii-k I.v i mi a

live without ago, swat him wilh this hue train omnibus meets all '..raiui. Secure rooms hy mailor I townshiplne south, of iututgutVeu.tV.Ue; (-au--C: Tr..nsN.i-4 \i> I Minii-l M iltLfsoIirnTaTJJ!
meat a week, Giuseppe one cane us I is made upon the same! vote in 1H8G. (he northwrs'piaiter of tl.esouthwest qninterof : 'eachdn>-i-ti..n. Honte I.,-t\vit-n Ffrnandina

and Iran a '; 'honor were on a proportionately I rolled l hI>\'. I 'Ihe counties, under I this rule will be telegraph. section tlttem, township six south, of raiu.> B.. ii tiswj-k lu-u tin u-ti-ri tn.t-r_ Sit t I-ill;; cars lrunq.amiMielciiPtl

year. larger scale. The convention 'entilleil i I I I to leprcfrcntatinii as follows : BURTON. K. BARRS.1'roprietor. twenty-one east ; ant sil-si na uudi\kledciif-h.tif I Atlanta.iOaAr .
i was interest in und t.u southwest quarter of tin-j
Itrinarkablf keaciac. j Al.ichu.i :21 Maker -I I

The supporters of the McKinley i wound up with a free excursion to Mr". Miehael Curtain, Piainn'eld, I H., |i I| 'r.ijidford| 10 IJicvanl f. township nortliwt'xt sevt-n iiniitr s' tf range i-cnttn tveiuty-I tweiity'Hen wi. 6o-t: ., i ;s-u:-. S-; Jil i i1lc- .'ur '. ) :1

tariff bill remind one strongly of a Chattanooga, tendered them by Mr.' makes tho statement I hunt sho eaimht'!' Cnlhouu 3 Citrus ."> containing in allt\\o hiiiidifd. acres 11101 e or h-s._. 4IntL!) I I 1-L 1''r iiLv Mu.nth PahItt-in e-iuu! .tr I. :r Uup
or so niiieli thereof asiini Ti! I lop
; to litisfy
old whieh s.eitle'1 1 her I 6; Columbia, 11n.ide > ua-v.s nry > : :
on lunusjsho; was Clay; ,9a 2 13 Tsrtuiss'css-p
said itt-en-c. Tinuscash. I IK 1..r I 215p 3 :
Jot of quacks trying to physic a Fin 31. Jolly in behalf of the K. T. : sui. a
man treated lor a month by hor family phyI I : 1 DeSJoto C". IlLiBrnfiiK. lt'p.r' lvI2z1,

spite of his protestations that V. & G. railroad. At Chattanooga sieian i but grow \VOt 'C. Ho told her shu I 20 K.scamhio. 20 .1. I.. PitAX.fcr. Sjuci.'il M. -tt-r., -; :a'oisv u ito in, p t'n. i-Jiiu i TICD I.v hi lea 2ka
uas a hopeless victim i of consumption Franklin 4 (J.uhuJcii: lo C'uiupl'ts Solu it or.btaike. 11.1 i

nothing ads him. )lint that bill, horn they will \\itness the Confederate and that no mediciii" eouldnre li*>r. Hamilton:; 7 Ilernamlo; 4 :Mr.: C. II. Moon will eoinzi'utceXt ? Kla. .
in sin Her druggist suggested Dr. Kings New Hillsbon IS Holmes week lit I Iniiltli K.'iOaAr; Mi-ntyoiiierj-
and fostered in inUpiityis ties- ufli G I m.liick.soii and tithe Ilnyt Sale.L'RSUANCK 720p7 -
Tt- and probably be further l Discovery for Coiiiumption' ; she boujrhta a Ar Louisviiv"! v I2 IDa

tined to die an ignoble death. The bottloa"iid to her delight found horsclf .1 ; 19 Jefferson 12 i I iti opposite-. the lank, as .1 1 X UF A I'FCRtE IENIEr.Er S G.V" aAr ( I'lcinnati Lv 7.-<> p-
feasted. The state pi ess is becom La Faette 0 Lake: 13 ; 1 7 .> a Ar St. Lot is Lv 7 :"i; ;
beiiotitU'd I fioin lii-Mtilosc. Sim enut I U- j (.j!;!$.> rt t:> uruits It will lie run in l.vtl lion .laities 31.I lInker Jud/e f f tlie 11 Ar p
president as well aa Lee : Leu n 131 FL oiu u thu .luthicial Circuit of the 4'a Citicogi. I v :35t> p
man republic-] more and more appreciated and no'I its tisn and after laUin-r: ten bottles bUtte fit Hi>rid.i.sittinp .
g i foilixl sountl :antl well I now tines I Levy' 7 Li beily 2 / New Yoik st\lfnii ,
an fongrcfcsmcn, are against it, and t justly so. In civilized society the her own housework ami is as well h as she*, ,*| .nhiu.n 13 Manaiee 4 one of the I largest rest ;iuuraats in that 1 !, Itith; tlay of .Maj A 1) IS u. inn iniu-e. I.itrly l\d iuve t-iilliiKir. vini tuic--I u-I..pirug -nr.s J.itk'on.
pending in the C'iu-iiit ( ourt sit said etoC'ii cifn..ti i>r 4' New f'rl-ai In
t-muity. s.
Hlaine hinuelf struck it a ever was. Free trial bottles of this I Itliscoverv Minion 10 Mo.n.j! laid.ii.iuui "The Kitchen." win-rein Charlfs .a.-li toI'ei cenfcr
stunning press perform; as unconsciously the great j t ----- Dairy j Jt, Spa rknizt wascompljunuiit r' >-jit-ol.i ai'd M m.Uii>i>.

Mow the other at linggi.ts. 2O; 10 Oianizo, Ii!) I u nit Albeit, G. Cookwy wasiefendant.! the tinier- J 9 T I rvvANKrijivri: iy yiE ? :*>

day. came functions as the poies of the -. -p.--- .ee 'it' 4 Pa sen (i j I' si nil gri.i.! st-llat as puhhr special outerv.master to nametl the highest in said and fitt-ref.lit.sti 7-:> > i p 7"ftal.v: Ju..kssr.s-1te .\r 7"0p) fiiSa

Somc skin do for the body-removing impurities The people t-t hit United Stales will Polk 13 P.itnam; 12yt. i bid.ler for cash. in front i.f tIiu Count itotise doot 1. i I I'W' p. sHal.v( Ps-ildum Ar 70iip orr.a

more bold robberies have hardly oVL-r'ook' I ll-e fact: th it President( u. Johns 11 1 S.inia! 8 j in tlu-Town of st.-irke. in SJid et.nntv. t>n ( !10.> :Up%) II ft i-i i."ia a I.v Arlilali'l.'i lakeCitv Lv 5 17 pail a

I la-en and fuinisliing life-gi\ing Niiutir 8 Suw.ince'.r MONDAYTHK 7TH DAY OF JL'I.Y A. I). lf-fM. ; -a'l'er 443a
recently perpetrated in Cleveland! tuinui of r.bmit I .tr Viti.'a
our over sinpKis within thf In ins of snul.- ry la a-. tli 10' -
midst and usual elements. The press is all that separates $100,0(10 t () ,(, OW to I the pies'-nt I adminisiiali'ii: u .! Volusu itiikuhi I) | f., lr.1)t-rtY. \i/ : < >rut* i-tptisi savr null-j j I i> '!' n 5-OpAr MItL.J1 ; "P
as the thieves got o \\ \Valti-n and ; 'I 11 1 0.1 it tIll() j. Ar Mluit't :: i
SltShij KI 1st niiil. three and p
eiittuiigiii.s I .
less than sixteen months a<>r> ;and I I that: puit art i
off unscathed. Who arc to blame the civilized man from the there| 5< alieaily a piospcctuf deficit for \\ ngtoil S !! i fixtures eonnettetl therewith, and cotton pre -saNo 1. i "and H.> daily.! .NiI has riihuuitu:
The counties will si-Ii-ct their p one hit gs mouse-colur'.I mare luule .s .3 e.iisold.and s- >int-ar' beM, f n .1;iiksord'e a d 31e. it;
for the thefts? Thieves are made barbarian. this year; of of ne.ulv oO.OOO.OOO.( ( () delegates: : one laifu black male mule 1i ears old; i :lin.-.ti tof-111-(<:rit4it'>itli I ist.i.kct .

-- -- eiihet,t in mass meetings or (.()convention as a ll If suit prtipert is.s.tunted near Uoithinxtou; t I olTli-e; \x HIV, str t. corr. r ITopan.f .

by opportunity, and as long as our TIlE KDITOKN FHASTED.s may be considered! best by u Ihe people, .-|jiI-iuugs, in saul i itumiy. and w.llbest-M asul\ | ll tu r.t foot of il.i it I re-eL J r scwuIV.!
Do not Suffer any Longer. c' without ieino\.il. the mules Inch will 1. * p.i'ity >aiii/.a- -; '.' 'c": c-xcept v. eprtst A. O. filacDonnell.r .
citizens: leave free access to their Know inir i that: a couuh can I bochcekcdin I : orj ; ; _: nt on day of sale Siii.l) property i is sold I D. E. Maxveir?, (Ji'- A. 'I. A.I .
tioiis ; and il is rcr<>miu-iidcd lint siididelcjritis ''i t .L t satisfaction of sail I decree I ;u-rc 31.18
M of The Slate Pre* A.usuocla dav and the Urst of u ,i u i : i : -r.
; stages consumption
rooms and valuables to nightly des 1 be chosen on Satmday: .uigui t2il t.L _- _! _L_:_: ._- JAMES T. WILLS, I !N. S. Perrripgtcn,
lion at Jacksonville. I roken in n week woDr. herd % I of I thereafter ---j: : --J, [;;._: ':. I May : u1. l ftK Sj'ciul Master, I j lrOi.ini., -i .
as eaily I
poilc-rs, they must count on being The Florida Stale Press Association g ulLrauIU ( I ) A <:Uer*>> 1uigI lish Coujih; as piaetie.ble.Nothing WltprC. ColenrCiu'r.fFe..rur.r.?
: t IK-tein is to be mitleisioixl l as in L : : ;
K'-medy I t and vill i I h ielnn.1 t the to : 'It.ter'sI
: money Sie.
robbed. l; conveucil in Jacksonville June 3U. The, ntive
y taking: temptation away all who buy, a'e' it as per direction any wny county exec ; I jtVcf
day was exceedingly hot j'et the editors and u1 lind committees the time or i-f ) \ vnvrur. Asn ix ruirsuixci: t'F AN
from dishonest prowlers these occurrences ( I on- statement: ( )rIert. holding 1 > order and ilcrrce l IV fIt.I! ii.,r.l4i.Liui.i-:
and their wives kept pouring into Unit < ityby 1 W. II. KlVKIis. their' county ineetieus or conveiilions. :M. na It u-i-. Juiipeof t the r..uih .ludieial I Ciicuit ofr ,

would come to an end. S -- And it i is fin l her reeiMiiineinled that whin lurid, in m.d 'or' thfCoiint>- of Uradfoid. ti.ittd3Ia
every traiu until the streets were made j county t-nuieii.iiuis ate hehl the \- ihe 1 .th A. I>. 15tH.! in.-i luau Iir n herein Henry
-- - The buihhl tug of t the Griurgit Southern piecitutmeeliiij raUiird) i-iciitiiiiluiiiant
with them. ai.d Thomas \\ Sweat
Capital, like fire is a good servant lively I to Palatk.i I h has u been leir irded I I I by' many as ;* should be held me week piioi' to L. (GASKINS I and S.illie h'weat. his w ti,. tlefmdan's. I t tl.trunilflsijjnidiisspfi _

: At 3:1':> p. in. there was .1 full house nt I one of I the Coil !l(1 links ci the above tlate Mur i'Med ft r coiieiiliousAllans I ml master* npioiiifed bv said
lug a pioposedline I IAI.IK; : IN
but a hard mnster. In its first phase the iKianl of trade rooms-members of the of lailro.-ul: { lu.ui Chic.i..i. to Tatnp.i.: : -mt ills ;.ie I beinij i made: bv the I j (C'liui I II piitilieuui i ii ti.iii.I pni Si uaiie in trout: of of sai.l the I Co-ut liccire.vidsi hou-e i i I u-1 tluor Hat I ft-7 t. .: '--t' -_-- _

S FJoridians hail it with delight as it association, citizens, local leporkrs city and;i if, as repoittd. the (ieoi"i.i oiuuhiti u Slate K.titlive t omiiHllee to seeine re(1 --I Dru s & Medicines j I I In t lie Tow not Mai ke in t.iesaidComsty of IJiail-
has purchasid I the 15a1uu: ka aunt A chu'u'' l uciil tales tit iia\el; to and fn>in, (the tuiiveiition. I foul, :>el wci n tin- IsgiI! hours sil>.. on

is the on thinjr necessary to develop officials, l.uHes niiil railroad men. Ncat'v' \\hich, together \\itli I thr-ir new Hinninirli.un iinl Intel! rates;( at Starke; Via, I S MOM \Y. iiiKrrii i iv i'sJtI\.fl iMfo' ,
tlieMiu lit '
I e lepa lepil 1 Mile ( ii. tl.ts t ill.itViiui-
our resources. In that conrcetion a hundred persons were present. Besides h con net tion and I lie ( oiitcmnlatcd n i-C. the co'.nmittte will uolily the emnlye.xnutixe Physicians' I'FeSCriItiOIIS) I
the lady member* of the organization), new lonte, from ( 'hiieuuu o Ii Alabama'-: I coiinniltees! of Mi'-ii mc'hid UUi': Is 1! s.tu.ited; in said County of hru.uif-i-&l iind tle>tnl<- I
it i* gratifying to learn that Mr. a sonn ;tal i.m idCnunly ( \iitf C' i>]""nntti'it ii n'l !n>u>'n-din, > 7 1 til a.stoli! tThe .-outli hal.>i i.ortheast :-
wives of the members in atcxi'.ance I'heflnelld city theie is n > dniiht us :oIhe I
many were ; Hunt -s-evtn c.7). ainl the cast half
Flagler is extending his operations h liiilii tliat a lailio.n; ; ; is proji.-clitl' I fri'in I tii'j.iin/.it ons aie iiotitied( that _ _ c ur i-'itheast iiUiirterof -, i.tii-li I t-niy-eijrjit (2i)
l I lover and a line looking) set of men j <'hinieo to liimiii! h.ui.; : t his ( ommitiee wi.l meet at ( )( : !1u at! 8o'clock all! in township (ti) south, of r'oige nineteen

the whole state little by little and women the press rcpiesentatives nt 1 .' ---p. p. m AtUUsI I2li. lo li'ieiveLie.itiilial.s \v\\ IL HIVKUSi ( IS1) east, (.-t.lutfiLILg; one hui.dred ai'd si> tyncles -

I I h and is-uc tickets iidm I Lull C ('t ku-S. IVi ISa> cu.sli! piireli.i er iia\in.;<
Jt in iiijnorcd on good authority thatlie Floiida were. President Gore rapped the That Terrible Cough I II -tiiHito I .- L1U IN-, for ti'n-4. \V_ T. %XVEtK1
r is association tt> ort'ei and then i In I1.4 nioniinir, hiuir lust or , ISIJI). Spit-i-il Mat-ter.
making preparation) !) for cut Acting: J.\.s. I P. l't i.i.tFit's.: i Slh-oes. -I

.Muuor I). U. Fletcher, was presented and l tI t iretl: hu'u., ] >hlomn tizhtnt-ss inthn Ch m man, Mastt'i-'s Sak ?
ting a ship canal from St. Augustine t elios', ijiiiricfnf.l! pulsr, t bill I I mess inthe S I -
made a welcome speech.At evening or .ut eat.s at uii.zhut. all orany JNO. A Ilr.Nni.Ksuxt : : 1-lats, !| > Y YIKTUK; AND I.V PCRSUANCi-: OF AN
to uwaiitiu river Whatever Jlr.Flagler 1- .1. Tii\v. I I > i.rder nail ttecreeof the I 1->:..)rat'he..TutuuieN .
I the conclusion ft I this speech, Mr u I ol these thii>irs ate tl'P I Ii i sta-res; u.11| i I Biker
M I II. :M.IKY.A. i C1othiriand .liid e of the 1'ourth Julicial Cireiiitof
undertakes he carries to the I r('nstl U.. pi iou. I )elor Aeker'siir.i I Kloiula
John M. C. Stockton, president of theLoaid ]'. \Vn.i.\KD ; Ill eturl f'lrtheC'oi.nty of Bradford, dated
) I IJenietly WILL etue i these fiMilnlf'symptoms I j May ihe 1(5( h, A. Js. ItII). in a mnt-
fluid), and thus the so much talked tuf trade, micle' a shot speech ami is s''h l.l I nmlera positixo .1. S. I.I.ONAH1), j L u-n nheichi James 31. Bi u.wflhccj.s culliuuuisui.Iit -

of Florida ship canal is apt to mat welct nvi and informed the memlitisofsundry u I} gnauuitee byV.. II. Iiviit.s.! : T. 11 P. HouM-orx F'. TAYIOK., 'i Gents' Furnishing Goods. h 'iredtftiiilant-i.and T.V.Sweat;. I the un'iersiguie.l.and bailie! Sweat assptxi.i his--, Ci

erialize. pleasures; in More for them and |I j ) ni.isttrappoi'ittd l>y said c >iirt in pursuanceof '
Fiorldi : M r. Solimon Sil's has ?ohis I b. M M'AKKM.VN, JURY 1 1Li. GOODUNOTIOHS ': aId di i-ree. will sell at public auction in front
.- -_ -- urged them to enjoy themselves. PreM- IJ. \\ OMIJWKI.IStc. ; of the C'iuit House door in the Tow n of Starke,
h crop of Flu iila: leaf: ti.haeco from out'nete in the mitt County of Brad 01 tl, between
Considerable uneasiness is felt a t dent Goie made n fitting espouse, mid for ?1SC.( Tnis should encriirage ''he I Jjj"The chairman and! s'rri-laiy of vMch; h hours of s.iI.-. l"tral _
county conveuiioti will eonti a favor Having uriivdl ;i ]luit re .tu-l U of I M >NDAY. THE 7TH DAY
then business was begun, which was the planters of Leon county, to put in biirnops upon OFJL'LY.A. D. 1 ) >.
Key West about the tobacco clause this Stale; Comn'ittic h by sending \tuut- i"I the ;above ufio'N.e tIe prepiied to supi the same lifiiiKalegatsnietl.ij.tliefolIowii.frdt -
of: the of toh.iccn paitienlarlv I so now I that i
in the reading new constitution ar.ti h bylaws ; ten or pliiited I h j pioPC'diijjsot I i : i t I their te-peet-i i i l pyour: wants Jive Us n cull junl in,1 I- I.n.tJs Iwing the property of thcsaid T- : s '-
tariff bill the liberal F. it P.
McKinley possibly C. offer to furnis!, free W. Sweat arid Salhe Sweat his w-ifr, defendant-
of the orgiiu.zaiion l isv Mi. T. T.Stocktcn. ive conventionlield lor the ,I SJK.-I our sroods before bujsnir eI-e t *-ie. and 44r41
the t seed and Jin expeit lo tiiieet lie planting 't- purpoM j subject tosud: decree, a d situated in said

becoming Jaw. Should this happen I, I Ih etihi i% ui Li ug. gitlieiing I antl fc'--------; noir.iiMlinc delegates to slate convention I J Jto it{ nits: A. joiiiiv'nug33 ) ; ,, to-wit I'oiinty t.f l. Bradford and tlf-scril-edasfyllow.s. _

the cigar industry that city wouldbe : The reading i concluded, find i t the railroad 1- l Let us have a tolnuco '1,.asia. L. 15. \Vmin1:1.1.Tallahassee.: ., S'v.I'liNotice' STAKKK.: FLA. ) , tliirteoi and- r:3kinueIudurce., .it.1 it I 1 uu I'.t!'..a1i.-i.ti..Ti saa.jis.dcdcnmbinatinn.truu. f ir the.uuire.uCel. .

of the in i recorde. an l.\erly"s ml.Ition to the Town of ( ,1-li--. :; i i--.n ls.rv (Jill
greatly erippNl, although tl C passei'ger agents city, return Starke sM County of Bradford and State ot

Plate at would be fur fluttV kindnesses shown thut, pre ts Ir. I II. H. Slunk of L.Itll'Itii!. Mieh \ THE BHADFOBD COUTYBAN1 r Horid.i. Tenncasli.. pintlm>er ] njincr f..rtii. I-
highly benfitted. l-I i. ties. 't. _
: ownetl that haul \V. \VEFHS.
a cat leained to open tl'c Allr'Ts< n* in..tlited to thest.itf- of .Idlio I I R I
mimlic-H. invited, !
I to acct'inpai.y: tin in I to Mislu's: (I. .
The( bonded) warehouse in 1 doors that: weie secured with a laU-h, ami Io.niit>i jiiv herein nutilii'il tooniuuiorK-anl auiU KTAKlvi: FLORIDA.I Special ' _
Pablo IJeiioli,, Lac': eseie disirilitited I to all her descendants: ii.heiiled the sittlitin- sain.-. ua; Key West contains immense san.e I ii.onst the s.'i'i ts'atiniv rr quantities I. the ,members icprvscniiii I i I the fuitiont of jneu'iaiily' while r rHum. > ( Jener.d
!; ; : family tit cats, I il ilv auth"n'ii-ati'.l.I Within tie tinif I i reii a ltnkiug; ;

of Cuban tobacco i on which the city of .latksouville, Pablo Beach: I imingh! his with, them did list Ituruu the;i i'ured| bl.i\v. ta 'hi-s nut ice will he plciul. in !>ar l-'xchansjo bought and sold on all prin-I i, t lt-1.'.t-iIt at tie st-II resilience ar public of ontc-y Jlar\ to Ann thf I highest)r rpers.enj oidi I ,' _
.1 this iii.tiiwill l lit. in bar of ; 5. jijlui'i 5' f: Bcrmulnu
I lick s plead ti.! r > .t.c 'umaiiai't. Llcora4'iiis.
:although tile h.-ul: ( siilrieient iislellgenet' I :- rnovi | Samps-m lilt t I- 1'ond. on .1 1113- TUi. 1"W t'2 ln-ad I rr ,. sii.n.tniIrac-slin.-9.\\
increased duty mijjht have to be huirruy; Jiahl ansi the .1. & A. uuilrua; I erv. li. li. VI.VAKK/, '-hlntI cities of the United States siui Kl .'uniaclmn. Maldrll.5fTiAAL .
to ssk the assistuic of their moie I Si.,- of ptifk eatil". nmre or Icsbelor iiijr to the c-ui Cnrs-uii l5- i'usrei -i _t1l tr ,irmn.
ir suit
paid if not removed in time, and the These badges were jiven wiiln-ut moneyand expert fiiends when they wanted a doer J June -t'. 1 $1i. Kv; i.tllcio! r. !|; j KII rope. estate ot (!. W. McKinnfy. tin-teased Terms cash I. -' "
M. lj. W r-
\\itliout stinl.Soing 'II ''t'flCII. Dttn-it Iu ilia, .. -1: i Collections Promptly Attended Toouit Htarke Fla.. .June. Is'io. AdiiMinstriUor. d ti e B; jyf s*!*' -
owners are nov paying as i fast hmt'i'iIl's SaI .
( ( to Palil'i Hench wa. Mt 'hu n-1 I ( : % &&&&&&
jis they are :abK Last t-ek aloneover Notice' I to Non-resnliMit Dcfeiulant. I- T'NliER ANt ILV viRTfr; 5 upI Alion .- \ I'M.MSS MLIITED Klisor's: Sale.
der ;u nut I Ihcj aiiiveil j at Muiiny! I Hall nnd .
t u is mil out of lh i'ui-iiit i LVint.i KourthJu
$35,000) duty was thus paid. duly registered. A dinner I iI Uci I il I iirriut i ot }i..1 ida. in nut T<>r l ra.lf ml : J. M. SKIDLE; I'us' [L,'NUEIt AND! BY V.UTITK OV AN I-XL; **a *Tff **i i"r** **'* *.
sun.ptoiis was; | tion. directed to me as rlisor and issiieil I
( _ _
'i.iiity. in n cansH\\herein henry 1 lliah irt. IsiacMinhnit.
--- j served to hue: I 100 persons CSCU I. andIJ IN: cinruir COURT. nnvoFom) COUXTV, Saiiiiul Minluirt and rim A. > HACKETT Cas'I.. out of the ofiii-e or t5-e Clerk( of the Circuit Court C-i'.fiii, rku, L'l-ta-t-. t-7fnift, thr >t:ic i-emaie Com-
Well P1 KI/1UIHA.N CHAN'KUVToK.: ( Wills }I of Brmtford County. Florida, in a cause latelv I.t..irs! nvrcuri ttil Ceu-IIhei.I. etc. etc.
the muoh talked-of CulIChipley sifter ftiolling upon I the piazzas; a while 1*. LIOVARD: was defendant.were plmntiff'J.I h-i\e levied and Viiil I Kduards will !! I. E u nual jag in s tid com-t. wherein Ed war.1 Bow.len; r-i Y. r. i'. i- n powi-rtn, ft nic nnl nn pTrelltnt appUt
Yt ILl are heret eijime I. before tlit> first Mn It- hi wa- pl.untilT unil D J... Alvarez was defendant I
debate, contest or show, a rain preventing n visit to the lunch-the <)lay hi Aiifruvt. A. }I'. It'ftl. to answer, plead or at 1'iil.h" auction ( IIMONisY. h ha>_e levied upon the following-des-jrilied lands _2NQ
: THF 4H! I).VY OF AUGl'SF. A 1>. V.7 6 T 0 I.
off demur to tho bill in equity filed ucainst vou inlu situated in s.ndcou evt-iiing prorvrty
t-ame as advertised meeting was ccimnietiettl in the iStlil.
duly at Arcadia t1 he Circuit ( (Hurt. Bradford of s.ud dt fc-ntl.tnt. M/
County 1-icrida. : TheSEi3 of of
the sitm lii-iiig a K-pil ilt dav. in front S\VJ,4 see.
: s of the g4
July 1. Whatever they had t tIn I billuid hall at 8:15.Communications Volm-y J. Pliipmin.I Couit Housf the Town of Siarke, in salt eountvt SURRYl 17, ai'd NKV of N'-VJt t>f s-c.--0. all in tj>. > S.ranWJSE ,
hereby ile.In-tte the! Hrnd'ord County Trt.E- Also, a li.tot land d. -rilied as fol-
ef Bradford, let w ten I tit- lesal hours of sale.
Kay that has not already been said horn vaiinua; passengerscents GRAPH-aiie spaper pnlili--ied] in 8-iid counu the fi.llowinrf tli-serilieil pn>|>ertheluniriii I tos.ii.1 l ot? .. Lu: CotlItnelit jug at the KK corner of the I
read HS the newsiuper inwl.ioh this order shall I he | l lI lI lot now occurutl bv sail| tietfJKbn1! as l-
the a
were i ffeiing coiirte.siesof j ilcfc (bint, sitn.itfd. i l\in und bt-in? in tif! ;
In their pamphlet, is dtflicult too pnl'hshedVitnesstnv\ Mud Coinj cif ir.: ..!fi>rd. to- %% it : Nnitheast tghs ties! en.-e. in the Town of StJirln- running noith olin;; SIT, 13.iur up tlu sj 'm raiyul! .
their lints tn those tnemlieis j intending hand and the seal 1 of ( | the westein of Un
Ijoiiiulary Is
I press i said Ciui lit tpiarter of Suit !htvust tuaiterti' 1 the li > owned l by Dill.i- 1-all.- wi-e !.vir 7r pius-as. I And whose blood

undei stand. Peace and quite! reigntd to go to (11111 tanalg.u. The invitation Court[ 'E.I.J this* July! 3d. A. D. 1-91.) \\- T tV-is. ijll.liter ol to\\i.jliii th.- .southeast)fix"| south.luauutr tif seelioil< Sill twi>%nttiititI'iliJ ('I\yt- ,' ., .-.- I U Fu'.leror>ir\ and Kisaig J'>l)-.s tract, i7"ii'iet of thesi'--Ian kn.e-t>wii at 210 the ft. !* i., pn *r Jir' i-.r.iI- -n -Sustu, TT-wrnil_ _trpsnsirlt _-_

killed of Mr. F M. (' fi-k of (ci.-cii C r.inlf twenty ii I f-r Cocuk I to 11 stieet. I Ihence south nlor.g :tid Street : -
nobody was -unless it was Jolly. r tli.: K T.V L. IJ uit. >-n-t, iii tuiniii e (;I'tfiiris.. more or less. Said, i i s :3 ft -
rH.icns. liriulfoid j thel ce ast 'v'10 let t to
C in..rid.t I point of 1 ejiniinjj. lieinify
the Jcuu'crntiu artv. But this i i 1'4 vt: G. rail i pad s'u.s aitcptcd, auil sihnul (Vinplainnnt's tjohci'or.Noticc.. Ip! la-ids:iciiaser) to ivMii.g satisfy ft-r s.iidi'\eeiri titles. 1'rojiPiU ni, Teieis|ioin't-.J ce-h: I k-\ Thu. rfli !i i in U' -:4 jut ti.r,. Si I r-j K: and will o'ler .s inie to the h-ghest iiicI! l Lieu st
: fiit
liy plaintiirsnttorrey. !
00 members deeinit; il their
not I iktIv. Times-Union prints i in u-atluuSii lo <:oA P j I). L. .\I.V\PE7. :kS1- u hidder for' cash in fioi t of tho Court housf d.M.r
telegram fu-ui Gov KUitiiny i : expressttl .Juiif-'. 1' 1". ShtritTof Ui .tui fri CIjjjj : -- :-- ,.. ut l (1 I in the 'l own ot Statkuin said ct.uuty. within
large letters, "( a11 on Top'' and(1 j rPO 'I\KY JANK: PA SI.R.: PM1- -- I \I'u-: li gal h"ii-s dt sale on the __,
1 I -
his regret ut not l leing; abV to join the t par''n 1 SASSER. I h, i
Times-Tnion ought to know. "()' i itup" ly on account I suf Illness of his SII An W. wateis. her husli.ind. and F.lla Waters in I Incorporation.e'k ', atiaiu(: .4 i thesaui- I>eiiig the 7lh dn> ot sail in. nth and a I a- u-r ,'f p. f I'.. Frckly ii. Toka
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Cone Waters her hnslMiid.vhorei.le ju PuuI.i! I V( )TIE IS HKRKIIV CSiyE.V; TilT TIIK 'rd: z ( ii 5.ii-a a l ugatale da} SaMInnlUsoM I I for satisfaction I R''r u-ni ? c.i--.c.t'
may mean both first or second] j| tiiioti a pmni and othtt li.t-itirv pnxlncit County, Mute of (us., rgta. ti ml Irene Ieiruu. r. I I i.luuIii--4ign-li have -ts.iatosI I1ueuuu..tive. Ti I ; V"4 i' ; s '; j i>t .iiul e3-ttiti.uIi. I-'turc-hut-tcr ruyi! g f-.r title''. I
wi.low of John D. t'eceiiM-d.'! hoie-idts j net her for tl of J'-iiuinp kI'lIii. witi i 1'ropei ly puiuted out by plaintiff's itt l.a ne-v.
best, depending upon whether Iii tions weie Icad l uml spew lies nmlc.. etc i in Floii.l.i.Hndl'iniim Criner and Khzz'e (;inner toliei"I I -roijiorat.-d i epur.o-.e I un
i and then the meeting :ujoiirne] I till Tuesiday and Willie (inner.nnd Alz.idi; (inner. an-I U hai-los I''" ''lawsof t! e Matfof rioivla. Tlie ia>iit> ofof :,i it u I r I y i I TnoH K li-cr.. Khsor.f .
contestants: went at it like eats or (inner, eui.I l Iltnrjinner, minor children uid I f"i point ion.lull I 1 In- The Tradford I Countvck t. ai. I is- jut ..ttrfur' riaiiitiff. '. _._I

like dogs. tnornitjg I at I the I 1 lioanl u of trmle u rooms tI in. J. M. (inner di ew sed.uho reside in JiIIthI) i Hi I li School nil i it* pi incipul jilucc ot Iii,-inc.---.- jr-7-: ; ..Iuuri-t. I'i-S. &
ii Jacksonville. County. State of Georgia, and all iKV ; iiiir lietVhertns book thrnnthont thS .ath-ri I-tntu tiMil S-u-i tlY I 'ttiC
i The'iieral nature ot IUJMIIU'SS: to lie transacted () ( .
'1 lie iieM sarah Giiner, as the tuhiii shall I Lo I .. oFEoi.Sf8-Fu-r.' 3at1i3 i iI vr .t s v XaOBBSF'PMAM
day was a very Imsy nnrftiri I iatui'ii\ tie; t-iM-nurijci'ij: !id I hi .111 sig ip the 1
f.lthf the thnlhuK t-cf'ti It' i< rf.atftt ot the \ I.L I'KKiOXS IM>KBTF.Il TO TIIK FStatfolJuhn ?.- L i .23. Proprietors
estate Win -
(T ai.d yinm we tear valuable j ( .1. M tiriiur, lateof Dtilloek cit t1itt I. iith int'nts ot said I rt-uiitj and I tuwn. \ ,
j the munhers.) and much w u I ik was done. ( stlnty. State t>f (iooiifta. 1uu easq.t. IIKR ina.leapilicMtiou l The amount t-tocl. ot slid docile of Mil >r of 't-o C >nf ." M.V'l' ,.-r ; et .L M KiKhtitll.latc ot" B.: :nl'onl 'Wfl3LE. ...; I'VUiZTS.

praise of Floiida tobacco: from the Some more fcaUing was n'su' tlnne. After ) to HHfor an <'r1.r to s.-ll the folio'\Li.- i I tion sli.ill I l't Tn I honsiind Dollnifa; twuitv corporn-fiviof the iutereer. hj th >'c '. > J" p''t; wi'li A ity. (fnrv\ard 1cifltV.tnte aiidniake of i-h-u-ida.! 'ece.-se.1, will come f :'; jc! SAVANNAH. GA.
iminedi.ite ,
; hi{; pt-r int. tlnM-e'T t-> ta hail upat the I lime of snn- etnart. Jnlni-t fl 1 i--r..u 0-->c5 prul I. | jj int-tit. aitil nil i iI
great tobacco marts of the country. i j a vote o thanks to the .TurksuruviUe]! people! Bradford nnd StaU'of 'lond.t.! liinc-inp to the] I sscnpliou and the bal.meont the call of the hi>:iril the canto fT w 1 is rli t. u J.-fc>"!"I.'I 1. elsoiis. l.odis them! 'laiiMs, ni'iiinst yai-t s St.ttetViil
estate Wm. J. M. (iriner. di-rea-eil. for the j >threetors. as tinhy laws of the I bravely ba'tl, 0. v; U i.Mor ?rv \* Iff. Yma pte-c lit duly dt.ihfuticatnt. witluu the!
This is the greatest encouragement {! and odceifh< had coniiiluiieti to make purpose or di.sti tbulion aiuuixthe ui.o> e named shall I pi escribe. ''li| corp unt inn shall eorporation roiumeiKf thrilling story jncui .t i.. i'.i u ?"? tt(* sc-rt'w. tune re mi, cd hy law, or this notice will he plead I IHI I

the ( rcakion a plensant nnd ?tl&u-fLuh pan'i.-s. who ate ht-lrs-at i XT "f sail flftc'fnc; i op tinItn .Inv; ol Autrur.t A. I). l iU.P. and slut, ,,7 t and iLiVe W'Cy t.-t-l ut n n witl: In-mr a I lur it thtirniovery. f fA. I :' : ,: .
our stale has yet received as far Is'! one' nnd for i).purpose nf jvirinij thu) exjifiiM.'sdf t.linhulittsa tlir-t'hil.3'"f AllK'lst' A. I 1MJIP. ;I ino-lonts .f the ro, t iri..-- t lie 'u i t-t !South w. HUDIK.
1 the Ct-nventi jd III adjoiiifed At G 80 about |I said nn mnitrHtion.t"-wlt: The) smiihnvst ij'iar '! The otVi.-ers 's.ii't eorp-iration shall he tne'li. and the :oti.] r-- i.1 I .'"'r t.r thn ii U Jx -} ria., .Inr.c C. }8 n>. Adn.iLUirutor.

concern her product*. Tobacco can:! : | ler of -u-eta twenty four township eijrLt .a UI IVe-i.lent.I one VisM.-1'resi.l.-n I !. 'n.- Tsrrtary all id | Confea.-r-t t-> r .-:. I 1' 1 t : \- d *fCC "t ;
l be i 50 editor and lad't I lift for Ch-ittanooga; ; :: | t Sr ranee twi-ntv t-.vo vast iSW< { .S 24 Tp S It'21 I II '"i" Tirasiirer. n .1! ali>i..r.l >if lUel'iret'tois'1 wt I.v the great--u-t I'. .IV.1 -- r\-\ lvAio Sn ruul iiu-Z Notice. iYrn I
grown hen to perfection almost K). Thrseare then-folt* rn t'nri'ii.1 < -'. '- -I i> .' (-I ii' tu city
tunotilv 'H'd Silul! IIMIISPI '111 ,
M F.1 I ; ajisiort sh! till" 1/llsiil of tll> i-'lint. Tilld
necomv by r. who I I Ito .
JnIy, .ti'rr! I ..
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( nil pcrs'insii.tfifst-,1 ,ennui tc.rwari ai..l si.jv Plu.ll '' eli-fteil at the I il.! x't nsr of st.ieMlol Icr.s I Chiefs aits. t.C i : s..u. u l\ l v.i. 5 ( niQt\ ( s-isrt _
anywhere under the same conditionsas wt.uld do :il! he coiil I to m.ike lie jour-j I enusfif thevh.m\on ;I l-e If I Inn tiltI 1-i' di\ .-r' Vuilst A. l>. is'D., and I i| vore the OrSurrj ) in ii tL! for the O '.1' Uradford. State of
TIlE 1ST PAY OF .UTfiU r. A. D. is-lu. j I therrflftoi 1 aiir.-iaily 0:1 tin '.r-t Mond.i1. in l lto of>' > "" v !' Q .1 i e tI. .11 e r.onda. I' il.sel! at my n! Iii sail cotmn -
any% other crop. Itciug in eondition t It'V pleasant; .it n.y. flflCL! II'S tie of Sttrit-: :lio iV.unfv; :- ust The hu'h >{ ntiint! oj indehtt-diiess i: in everyuutu U. < u I I.: u ; i i.. i it i i.iTt ': on tIt IJthtoy i-f .5uy.! A. I>. 1tJ' u-n hea.tcf

kt' for \\ luo wouMn'l lie an -.littu ? o Dradfonl. .it lOn'cloek a. ri or iid order! of i Which tin- r'rL.i-.Ltj.n -li ill at an> tni, Milijcot |j the reach of < %'- I.. <-. 1 I- : u' i .1 !'n t.'i' 1-tet ci'tle. mole or les*. i.t-i.! .n inc t.' th>-
to rp years. it necessary* I sale will bt-ji'aiit }J. provided tills notn e be jiu'hs'it )- I ils.f! sh-iiiv fmi lionnl i i l>f.i: . ii i-,. i.f'' i'RtcOS fl, thufi:: i J.-.:-; IAu-f1ti- ; tst.-.ierf I Paul 1 1 iJrowniajr.; ('iSVCitiI.. a!,.. te
l iu ii.itiit1ftsrl b4trIYUlJILLtL4L', .i ruu.t.y I j1 :'IS. mar!, aid l.rainl I.f lon inatc slid stuto -'
commission and -a j thtllihi'i'y I! !! i.E! st.HjcJF.. Sirrtn.r. J. M I '
railroad men huvei) Hie Real i: talc Sale. wvfklv nw iJXT published in the Tow n i.f | Tiahv.V. Kcv! lItti- 1- :.lof-.ui. John SOLD ONLY BY SUKS' !IPTIO1; A. W. IKM>.J. !:: -c.r: :: :

not itt producer: at their r.s : Ct>mer L. Puk 1-sq. tltaVr! in real I i- Sta-k,.. in siid IVi'.itilt of K- dfi.rd- nt ltat four M .1 'i. AI.i lie/r I' 1). 3!iner. .1. 1, liaskuis. .- As the tj'wiul fir this -n :i J' oirrr v .a ,fi:nt 1 5. 1-ilO. t:.: : '- ------- :
mercy c..iisviti\c, x\' "Ks |\ Witi.css .'f iCichji.l. H l' Heit.rt.I> 1 I. Ki".i-s.! .I. which hz il'.*-\ 'it' H/ fnt-t .- .. a ;1": l 1: ri. :t';:; 1'.rwz- : .
they have him who raises only! stite in Ktadford: c perishable t hiS. I I llii.s k 1-ltt. \\ M V. MAU'IIVKS.' ( >, F. 1'uce. 1 I) Wall .1. H. Ahan-i. I.. I C. j ti u.cL a !L-js.t-4 bi 5. f.. t. 13 U. D. MINER : __ t.nit, t'-: -- ----
) repeits we a liHjre iiul : t-l 1 : .
vt [SEAL] : : : i.
t.t tilT. Tobacco is tht-se dejjeiurate I rv* ______ County Jiu'.p. Hi.X.! w* ll.xk.-tt. (. AV Utirrtuizh-; I;._ and quickly secure ch see cl rri.o yG. ; t.YE'; .. V-c --r.-u -- -; I. : ..
important sale: tif 8.417 1 neies of lin.ilfnnl Iii.usus i t. \. .N. :ii ut1i Li t--cf a--i .,
"W. DILTjlTG-Hi'-II, lsiiMirtsc33 ; r I-- -- r --? j e
days a necessity, ami not a county laiul lying ln-tweeti Slarke and,, i duster's Sale. 1 Slaike. t-1. Ji.i.-; ::;. 1uu.: >< V .V S. >-4c ,-z-----'. -f.i--------T:; '.-:1_ ; WI.Srt ;_. :: u. .

luxury simply, like oranges, pineApples j Melros-j nmltm> i-n'ent' to Ixtth the F.i i C. 1! TN 1 rCKbUANCi]: OK A l'>'CiEKnrNlERFI: : > ;, Notice cf; Inroi'iioration., 1i-! I ?Z u-i- t}! huu-.V. -.-fi-i.t -- i-i. y:T--'Jinii t ,.ict. "*-. -' word i. Ip *
j !l.y tht llonorabli') .lainfs M. Biker -.. .
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and early strawberries and j tfc P. and the G. S. & F. r.u1toai'?.. !I tlie rourth Ju.licirtl i chit nftlu State of Klor/ : V'OTK-K U hF RLJ.Y C1VFX THAT r.VI'EU LESRANCE / 1 i" '! "* *" il .-i.- __ *
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The | Mi. aittiswiiiCh.nunrv f >r Kraclfonl! County on '! *. mil. t.f il.I I i.t-jr'i ati.reof FloiMa.. entrlrd i: ORGANS i Fine Parlor fc 4r ; r.Ti. ; .1 fl"'
vegetables, which people can do} purchuKr. Mr. Joseph H. Maker. i the Ihtl. d tyof June A D is ). in a causelatcl.v i an .Xet to pio\i.leu Oinerul In 1 .r the 1V > 1 and Church / kIrguns 'i.u -

without if the price is too much I for'S: !l MCslt1'}' P ily fiom Gor .a, who will'I I.Ipt-ruli! (g in the Ciicuit 'ourt of said c.>unty, eorpoi.itif ti -f lUilniH.N ml C.- ::uls"jindall from / ? Kf r f 2=5r'Sr 77'' ?N.V.1
herein 3.41-F.! 15. Johns WHS coinplain.ti.t and; I nets IIi.-rs..f. the'n }ia\e standard makers. ,/ && / a i'TS.V' ? ,
their i engage in I ihe luiulnT aiul I lutiH.niinc lit;js. i Behethalon t'aner and S M. Carvr.. her hu USsOtf'.Ueil>Vt-s t"KMl'T! II' ler u ll.e :. inie at SPOT CASH PRICL ./ ,'... A. v VS. 5
purses Not so tobacco it : rf Tl Mark-RI t > *;ii j .'.- O 5Sli
; lues*, and tutu convert said I baud'8. tIe tu lerslifneil i i-sj-ecial' ;J e SitnpMiti. CiivnUir-ul I C > iiwitny be had hat tract Lu'C> : master innnv! in s ui-h 1 er, >. u ill Sr-n ft pno'ic; ; pain t'.rthe p'irpis( i.f building i .u % n''n, oper ol snip-rented until paid /V XT/ ABOUT u-c j 1-- '. ---- j iDrisr.r' uirl
must come may, : I'd and faim ami) )pasture. outoiv to'liehiu-hestand bet.t hi-ider f >rcish) Ming aid man tuinr:, a railroad I-MW tin s ud, l for. rzrOnly S2 to 83 / %/ -.t-'c i ii,2 :
therefore its j t.-ic.t of th Court door in the Town of'i oily of !-.f irke asid Sjnjia! f'it\. in Ijr.-.l'.jid, .1uuiiit I monthly. liest Bar- X C rlANQS. : -' -'.. :'. uti e-:. .
producer need; suu-h I ?etra] thotisiud aeit i of this tract is !I Staike. in said counfv. on i ( V. Hi.r. 'a T> sal i.ntiu uU.i.r six l'll- galnlnoTerSOyears/Vy// SATE TATCi-Tf T Z\ (?e-- j -. c-.u; } i. _
i MONDAY. Tin: 4111 I! 1 itse !iLlights! eonterreti l trade. Send 4. -
have fear of exielletit strawberry DAY or AUOUST. A D >t qniclt Jevery purchaser .
no ovt-rprodiu-llon uiid, : _
or oranje seal ij i- j, INKI I theliws .f Monla. The j i-i.iti ii sct. ' for BARGAIN /vCWe have inside trsicfe ) :. 77' ',

loss from tinv financial panic. Not iii. j mid cotton Iuiud.i i ii Mithln thehiiirso'.sil.- preoriVd hy l.-.v, the I li'i : -ull! I cSr .ie. I'll. The) it>corvr'uors ssliect. Sale //jpt/ Pianos. Our S22.> --- tNt- !.uip :ri. I- jt- l'rtv
f.>il.i.nurpiop j slis'iltMi'titiire i t'.f' I hi n.in1o( tilleetorsfor tl I limIted : eIu -i : --!
t rt 'ihe i.
i > vsz north ins If of I i I :e tir-- to / %O/ PIANO Is sold by ths
3nt can take j ii ; 't'h.! 1- .-I : i irt't k repmls I a lively iUiit.ind for'' twelve of 'section !seven in tiv.i-slup six .>uth.l''i'je.r t _--Tu-uulsu-! Mmhur.Co...' .-. \ GO Days.1&jrkrpest dealers at 8273, -i L" ;3.' ) l, .: -ucr' '- I ;h-:;'
U'aiUfit! c ..nHntls.! 1 :iml hi within |!, rniv'e twcntv < i-t. acres iia. llichani., nil's S iu ,-.11 s. ,!(? _-, n Hr.- -fill- -v Dot /VTKTanil ie worth it, too. ( $1 S ri tSTAiKE. ; tiT- : -uL- ;-.- ut :rCuay4..?
:tat-i.t 1 e Tizi: r.Irt1 .i # <.r ie-s. S lU Ian )Is 3 M is s.iti>l> sul H.ukelt. .1 C .Vlvartz. N. J. .Joins Kolr no i-i'. 1. C :: u: I (
: < ; 1r ;iI4: :; i L.ulV zre i rjr< ll" .'r !"> "'= fl r ti'ii! : Sutiih. .1.1V Hoili-. s..I. L. t.skiis. c'. I. 1'f Mk. I 'No Cheap I'M.leR -. C. t: I ; 'rnru' p
a'h:! i* te plant tobacc- I I W. T. Viit, i .1. S 15-nlev I L. ri.i7Pe..l. V..An lre v. ,'. .. !' ? ?T.h- p, :
4 in: suVi i 1 JuH-1 15tI :t1i.1,t. i Pt'ett T. t e-ks. Hemtio li-it i-. yOur .InrsMeCHEAI I. .4-siut1 ill u-It i.'Si I to i u-p-u| Irill Y..lMil a r; ;-,3-u.--,% :-; '
I Ifr .T'iu' Oi V- /Vtrfrt-t ick,!. uii-l Jt-wtlrv. iVi-.. Ac. Allw.v.t .l-i. fr r-u .-
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ESTABLISHED 1877 I I I THE COMING' 1! 1! The New South Again. I.
BRADFORD GOOHTY EPIT.\PI. Ice aftrlool except The Noue-Snrli Mrattb rry.arlrty .- % X.y
TELEGRAPH t.1'"t'l\
1 i Here lies tlie remain.of Tnc.1'cby at )It'a'ham'O.( i \\V hen on evtryhi r.ul thai i lluN'e'.v I \' an i lu.,' Obiaiied.hiiut .,
-- South is making '\'x\ondro si'ides 'jommereially. .
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]I -- ------ -: =-.---------- Born -.IS-,DiiiJ--,1800. i( \ of thetown '. Di, jou \\\isj -i--.iilent* of ihe e-isiht 3 ears: ; !yn .Mr: BralnanlMilchell
JI IL i Starlic Fla. .' He lived bhwetI. mourned by the of \ Fh/ueraltl, hiving eat !'fact Then look hl' nil of I I.u.hl..- fe : Mini family scrrhil at .
ALVAREZ July 4, 1S90.Localaffairs. 1(dill City ? a t I :; lids
: i I 1 Stark I, has dug a very long ami) wide : coimtx. lirtlijil: will!I. lliem ixipi.mliiy a
5f Bates 5oulht'11111I- ic Home of :lIvnn- .
j.q ; (\Vhich bad to Pay Dainppei to Hi'3 Heirs). :: ditch, .canal( r:1lar, thiongh Irs nah. Gi.Amuouher. I which -aSa ot, phmI SI'1i'| anil,.f shrubs strxwhrrry:im tis n>;;
I I land into A I I Tin canal offer .\ charnnce
I igator. us : \\ great utnnicr flhlfile0)1 wiikb In- \\juS hut nblciuiii.J
His patli through Life was Level,except nt Last., !I drain all the low land in the lei h. sale thi't cllcn immense advanta out. This plant s-i-inrtl trom the f4r\i ii*

I"- Milk shake's at MeacnaniV. Whi-n He ft I through the Si.e'all nnd i' boihnodheilier they belong to to iLese who think and act quickly No I flonrixh and in1'a.I.> prinlueiil .anU

A full line of ,. Broke His Neck.&t I. house has a more iw.liil rep'iiatlou for ell-II ot i-xcellmt: l,
a large quantity rrifs that
p.iiiits ana oils at Mr. F. But luc is the
t DEL-A.LEE: IiTI ranger, if thou hast ears, Iieod the Vole from I I .Hot. Jot I ing only the IMM Piapo< and. Urjriosalithe they proved t. Ui gii trenl le> ic|
Truly, te..nul1l'g & Co. : kind of of which have
: tbeTomb: I II man ( n e too I faire-t prices. family) nnd 'hlwrs fur oeve ral se s.ia-.
1" Lemonade and soda water at 1 1I I i "Walk Jn the Middle of the Street.' !'I many) to hesitate about an improvement j 1:11t'lIolJh to see why Lilt 11)) -n andBales" I'! Mr. Levi JIlIlIt havillIJI'O'U" ') it few

I I t because i ic his shi.uUf! do a husir.css t>f f51)'.lOi! ) a ihri'iu'h his Il'hl'.1 i children. ..L-!
MeailiamXvMiinnicr ;i! 00 : might help plants
1"t. __ hold3)( ). el
I !I I neighboi **. i year. .\Iolllf I such tnleipriFes n i is I the l "ex\ tained I hi- first sraMtit I ; n .l i.I.IIIIIIL I reduce''tl!
j.ricc Peaches w 511 be scarce this season. i I South made up. h<- xvjs miluci ii, sdvt- alt ih plnnls f.-r
I 'it Tl'lIhylel'tJhll" t Co. i An in I ---- -- the -, itimsi l -fitcil
v I old cl1klfo111 : The next "t "> sn( < in pbtnt-
A Wonderful Reo'n'll\tI..n.-'I1I
.' \. I LOOK'IEHEVills' | & O A'ens Mrs.[ X. J. Jones left for Chattanooga the back. \ ot Ga-kil"; rug .> I Ilurdpan People DI"roier ''.ej lutz :I'lonl .,-.i.dl'. mit :'11 I'rl" tr..m

M1LLINRYu I will sell you nn\_ thing you need in : Wednesday. j the other-day, and! pil.kllnp :i piece,j .North Pole : \'hkb, neighbors. iisd hIr2.-ly.'tliinK '
;it[ the way: (>f irroceries, provisions Tato Powell D. has of t I teIJnl J been IIaidiin.| Crnlf..rd: (*.. FI ,. '
I \1 some pear I II tltl.t past i iI ruh! .a.)8g.-Itt III I llaniLttoii .\tr J.ttne.suit .

confectionery lti cints-. .tc. I I trees loaded i fruit. I arolnrl a medicine I.otol! the I I I F.Jilc'l feipitYcirs. :if" i Ih"Il' was I II Ia allraeleil I Ihegifit prutit us nil wctn

"I'artidos": c-iarS atIleiIvrger !tirngth of which he spoke tluisly: ,>y in H-irdpm: wh'' W.I" J I..kl' *U' de-rfnl pr. duc.ix-f"jrs-f if.- bt-ny n-tuseil!

.. & Richnnl. I,I Master Felx.ilkc,' ki i is now "I dec! hi*! T>ey done tell me detnakin' \\ i; with pity if not con'empt. Nobody enn- ; ii> si.ll tlie pI.mH. fur whuti he hut fishy
: clerking in .To(1 store. iipplu-itions. -tmct! ft>!*-:hi-r xvith i hi* """-
> Take toIeihanus t. .J paper oi.ten :*, now, hit side n d lill101'11.Ii "a good ki1ltf1 multi
'I your girl for a !I I rag : in t.nIr: Th"Ia.I'I"f'I!! "el r.ui iifuriy
"',' ( THE LATEST NEW YORK AND cool tcuiperanco drink. i ii : (Our chief and hmi\ have been dis hiveimade: outen 'gator hide.s had h- (died his n1othern wid-! >w -had Ita!l the plnnts .1Cjl1n'bl This year (their

# I Bargains in ladies' and misses' i in) J:wk"ol'll. 'liattanooga: this :,, >ho's \,ul"-, baun: Dl1 Tolkshat! : been I Ihe only mourner l I'I "Itlun) they are more than 8ititk'1

.. "- PARISIAN STYLES. i low vjjoes : I:I u e( i I:tiscs palt.tIlliLi": be lirncfc 1\. dilime. .i i Thinks: to ihe stars he i i. Mill alive! Thehoy wit ii ilicir calctilrttions:| ilhi)1IIt"1I N.
I I *' obinnit the- hi licj-t ices nnd not losing
alTru'by.. Sternburg & Co. !i Mr. J.V.. Morgan: will officiate as : : formerly spurned and <>*>tru: :! il i.i i.- .: u mngltf quart .>n aecotmt of itnt-erfiet

: ------------ ------- -- ._--- I All kinds of temperance chinks at :! city clerk dining.. the alienee of Mr.Will Our very Best People i i now the object of everybody'4 concirnI :. lM-mc Ir "Iht'rwi. which \1In great
aA I *. !:' Confirm our statement \\ |IMIOMIV hat I I fully as much as was General I.ii-at the c(niniv| ;t ml) ,\4-ption to I Ihrir neighbor
.j Mc.icliamXgppositc: post orfiice. i i in "ervway !1 : xx In. vxere shipping Nnouan's improved. Ueim-dy
--- : VI.cJtr'' i. battle of'1 \\ildeine'!s Thus i i' how iiC'line
Great Display SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, ami ORX4MENTS New straw hats at I The Daptixt Sunday school have .llt'riCI'| lo .uiv :iml ill other pre- Mr. Johns and! .Mr. D.tal have th" only
: | lllt> 1'iiio.kt and .. In about. p.ili LCI nt I ihfkind at I Ifamplon" i ul have
Bangle Bracelets t Hair Hands Trttby, Steinlnirgifc ( 0. postponed their picnic till week partiol\ Llin'fs. I : >
:! and( Hair Ornaments, i af-I Whi'opuijj C'ouuh and C""II it is uuiaie i i This boy. "DiiM'i'ihcr John.H we'called : n,'w. .1 limIt- 2ith.) an asu'I men with ihe

Styles; to numerous to mention. TAKE KOTICE-\\'iIIs & Owenskeep il'I tel next.Miss mid I eliev,'* at one'-. \ou ;isample !' him. sienu-d t<> 11onl iv lor t tin- shippintc lmi-iuiS i at 11.11111'1..11. MessrM:

a Jim dandy stock of groceriesetc. [ I: boulfi in"*.l:Kemeinhef this: > rein- '' I N'i :11111'llIidll., .. IJros t.r it!1
Mary has had lu.-N-f
: Mosley a \ eramta 5Jof anti
I i
gathering t-x.-mmuiijr
: oilv is sold under ;i ivr urte('. : till ir brines. and th are n 'xv pickinjj 4
to her handsome: residence' : If. KIVKV. tl.e diitdiiul'cr" HJ'kIISI'. Thi in- !
Swiss Embroideries Plain and alldct : \ week trn eritt-s ft tan ubi.ut on,- "ae-ie.
Hamburg, Embroidered Hem-stitch-] I Nice nexv buggies for sale by I I --Married.-- !Uect luis nothing to recommend it e\e-e-pt I xxhile rl..- ',... ..s impioxid luv long

cd Suits, Leno Skirtings and Van Dyke Laces: Queen' Lawn, N. .1-. .J 0111'. The Guards have now their At the rrsidi-iice "f ihe bride's father. i that it is 11:11 nlvss ni il \ety fa :i.lions. since tiii led. Theplnnt.s iu tin* patch leteircd -

In ia.J.incn, Checked and Lace-Striped: Lawn and I Hams, shoulders, sausage, butter, in shipvhape and do their drilling armory Mr. S. P. Crests UL-V. Wro. I; Malplnns ;; alvvn\s! preferring silk ilre'Sor j:taiioj I Ii <' 11111alllf I us'" Hl :IVrtuI'0.11t ff' n,''obs.- are t'c..t.hth it a fl'nhdnt >ur-

Nainsooks, Solid and Fancy-Striped I cheese etc., jns-t received byWil's there. : official in Miss Mersaj ('I WI to Mr.J. i j (we hnve plenty ot I ihuniu Haulpin: ) uS :a isiming erondi'iou :n>.l Ii.\ -d wilh fiuit

Salt ecu I .- & O\vctis.Stiaxy : K.: .Wainrhjht.. The TiLLGRAl'ii'scongr.itnlatiom. i j foundation for its neil. nil John never and bloiim. 31 r. l IhJI_ : Links thnt !Lit!

',, < I bats cheaper: than: ever at Col. Peek and Mr. F. Edward .follow the young clplcS ;, tiitd of looking into the \va-i>*s h-ibiN and patch from itt iiipi' --ii.iicr ((|'ri>diicin!; fruit
French Suitings, Heal null Linen Chanibrays Nuu's J I'., can sho\v some line corn ali since Diet mfot'r) mighl bekrpt in sucetr "-
-Yeiliiig, Trnby, Sternbnro 1 ; & Co. a Dialler i-f course aadM- have IH doubts :1 habitation: ; he would open I Ihe nc-K lake
in the vest end of town. fat lK.'nriiig Iheenliieyenr.The .
'I Henriettas, Sido-Band-Snitiugs, etc., etc. Have you tried Sweet Home flour? potatoc'S of chdl then treading life's path: in bliss ::' "lIl I the dead -pidirs tluil t llularvtpasti* strawberry-which name

The Thc sale-* are increasing every day. :Mr.I and :Mrs. J. \V. I lodges have alI haruionx 'togi-ilur. Miss Mcis.iv; *, I fi-icl (.n wl I.t'll hatched then he would eat: tit.w xtiriitx his lately IH- -U jivri -

Largest; Hixie of The -For ; returned their trip to I and bc-mliCnl ami i is a iiiftet' ?.1mjgtr. Lurositue.ulr a olid lirmberry
best trade me it. sale 1 by flCl "hitl one nt ( U' gc1' girl* : !I the spideis He vvn.t clmn imp ti> (("apt'Yoik'.s of m-tlpeuit flavor xxiih I lesvudii

Lancaster, Saccarappa and Ameoskag (jingharns1.1' brought South. A Ueiherper I & Richard. SpringThey n'lol.t a good time. the t handsonu* giooni is fiill> :1.1l! to fight : mine i" I.'t\: bag full of good than tbnhnlh'\ >. and we 1".I&vt. it will

:beautiful litn of CUALLIES[ at S cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and>y carriages from .2.50 to *20 Next Mouday i is regular: meeting 11 fa's hat tlt'. :[ ''\' for the w-i=ps, and then their nests' I prove to IKa great tribute to* the stniwIH -

ORGANDIES.I at Trnby, Stc'rnbnrg) & Co. day for our ('ount\ commissioners, The Southern Situation I[ looked o c-lesm and while I that 1 he ate i ii ; 'rry itifcrrst of t'leuida.
:> n.UiJIXFlf.
THE COMPLETEST LINE- OFCliBdreu's I \V c have a complete stoe-k of school\ boaid aud toatd of !load sill)- I I Has been a puz/.le to the I'Jt"id.'nt. ami :i I he in too. These filthy and queer )hsbits LEVI .JoH !.

good iu ex ery department. Everybody eiiiUendcnisThe I 111) oiL hi-I ic !tal'IWI :"j.ivo aired made alt the bovs shun him THOMAS Iy\i.,

Hisses' and Ladles' Hose (' er offered to the tradeinStarke. can be suited in regard to price tnilk shake i is } the t sluliui opiiiioi-.s. A I ihrnui CIIHoolill;h the ot Ircs '! In course of years he f'ullll"l t that Ih- M. X. lli.AxroN.

d j Ladies' Ribbed\ ITn.U'rxests in, every oity}(-. Para-ols, and quality Give us a call before I I! his: masculine man now too I I great moment is. How I -hall I rid myself dead pidi.r- i in the nest weie not ditid aT WII.M.VMS BROS.Lcrirnirgof .
busy to \\ ipe brow
Fans, Gloves, et(. Brown and Uleached! Cottons, Table Linens, purchasing and let us convince you all ice cie-am 1110k arcs going like an-weied of malaria.if.ot will Tl-e only question take ole in (Iotloof :.i. I 11111.119 they I iheu would have mitnliecl; it i iI ities of ihe :iiove-descril'vaL lh. many uttructive la-iry xxhicli cpml-

Napkins, Doylies Toxx els and Toxxcl Crash, Summer Jeans and that xve mean business; and can and ran in a ball room. !F t L Westmoreland's (C.ili-.iy.i was si mply case of suspended :mima'icm.1;,1 have seen fit to name Nonesuch.; I have

". will saxc you money.Trnby the greatest anti-peiiodif aI .'.t:11)ml I : I The vvaip had stung them, :and the Ltisoflinjected I II : purchased the- collie right and 'h'ck..r
Cottonades.PLARGEST. Sternbnig & Co. The cateiing for our local columnsLas ol'theatje. It will I I I jmrify you I J1)J.'o paralvzcd spiders while r pl.lllbIll will deliver them to purlieu

this \\eek lasterAVEIV j cm an npltil a;nd ins'kpjcm rC'1 ulher-I who miy: xvant: them in AND I BEST I STOCK OF SHOES Soda water, milk shakes, etc., at IIll'lh'llII01 like :- This lemetfy is sold I wisc their functions were nut ) I IOU) M .>.ttht) pliiuN. at a most reasonable

\Vills &; OWCII_ Poxxell I, : box. ,: by \\'. II. Kivt-ix a' .">0 cents anil Ijl I a hot John. inger to :Snel out the composition of i I pric,'. My cliject in this is moe for the

; IN THE CITY. FOR SALE.-A tit'cb round and a born r'lortll. I -- -.- this poibon, be-gan to tat the clirtdanbers.I xxcltareol the strawberry growers of the

Every one pleased and fltte(1.e are sole 'gents for the xvorld-renoxx trip] ticket to Xexy York via Mallorysleainshipjne. The air is fllt with noises made Said llhc doctor as s-ully IH took his standBy !I tor. I i i st.utcthan profit. Corix-spondeiice for self m.ggriiumdiioement solicited und

Apply at this oflice. I by the saxv amid hammer :and sign I lit clltor's dying beth."Iies !1 His researches I in t Iluis direction provedsnrcesaful S. F. OAUDINMI.bturke. .
JAMES MEANS $2, $3 $4 hoe. nCril; liapp> linppy lanel- '
I and) horse printers ate bu-v. Nofiles week he invited, time Flit.
We hive the laigest: and most One ininute, ;and hc' he 11'111!! I for a :igi .. .

A FINE LINE OF CLOTHING GENTS' ('olllpltIiiit' of summer dress goods\ an this toun.Watermclo'is lie is goin>; away to I ih:it bet ter clinic whole neighboihood), to his aunt tier's corn; i I' Tall.ilii- ->ste -recently--I two ""y.

(. ei' offered for sale in this ('it". aVe plentiful ai.d \hl.r he'lll'cC I wilh u I Ihe rest 01 his tribe; crib to rxainu.e: a dozen IUMIS whose nn- were pll'ill.with: ; a telesropcOne time
GOODS) Trunks and Valises. All! weep. goml fiiends, fur now it is climber whie: of the (Hiked thu
FURNISHING Saddles Bridles Vices lower than ever.Trnby cluial. A few grapes} have Ill'II imatioa he had suspended with one boys through

Harness -the best Wool Collars always on hand. Strrnburg & Co. seen in the maiket ; they came fromIvingsley I Gasped tune ihe- l.dilo-"To subscribe'!" I poisi n antIlh'n $supendc-cl hens from the instrument other lMjy1onkeil with the object! throujrh lens to the the e cyt-)#

FANCY (JROCEIUES) AM PROVISIONS (If all kinds, HARDWARE I STOP .ANL) 'l'IIINK'I'IiatVills. I I Like', of coure.The Atlanta <) tilulluu. I[ pegs. lIe said they had hung there two pure and ,di.-coxercd gray speck iu the
-- i
&; Owens sell groceries as cheap: as Death. weeks :\Icllhcre waS not a sign i of dt c-oin- Lire of his play mateThe eye was after-
and Farming Implements, Crockery! Tin and Glass Ware, Fuimture holes in the Alligator creekare The FirstSymptoms of xxards examined oculist who
house the j in of thei.i. alj by an rr-
any in city. Tiled ( u I I puns I in position or drying up any
And Stoves also sole for the crU-bralcd! "LOVE" SEWING now 111 of water, to the great .tll! t11Jlwlu'hf. the innved the speck which was found to 1ma
agents irions parts; h.ty. sinking at though the weal her Ins been very hot
Piaise with j
Prayer notes, .55 I :
f delight the little boys and the of tlH'stomai-h elite, small piece of a percussion cap.Tobaero .
BIACIIINE-xvorks button holes, sews on buttons and does every kind cents. Without notes 25 cents at little pit : apj I 11\(1- He stated that his :ambition limit! ah\/It
frogs .1 its classic banks. : i u-h|m<'!". pimples orsores. arcal In lorldu.
of/Fancy. work, all for the same rico as-othe'r machine" )1 o. all's. ol" l!lo", :u matt'r been to be :a big poultry raUer. but
**" Mr.[ N. J. Jones left for Jacksonville bow it be.' it be ; The ctilnvatiot. of tobacco III Florida i is
.. Wills : ( MrST Ilri- the profit on Ihe eggs in he 1 ijing: smson .
Owens will
; give you a cl to \vcid deatii. Dr. Aeker's assuming and the
'>' 11 and Chattanooga Monday.( In very Jaige proportions.
.. : : : when the Ii' ditln1Ial'!
; C3? ICE COLD BUTTER .\Xn CHEESE nice present with eyeijpound of ; !ili"h lllood F.lixir has NKVKU f.lh'lll was eaten up L : 'article produced is of superior quality if
a. his : his stoic i is in the efficient
( coffe!' you buy. lhCICl ii-iiKI\ si-iofiil"iis or svp l.ihitie poisons. as they hud to he fed jiust the KIIIU*. Ifthey ,
chaige' of Mr.: I Sam Ciews.The Sold uiidc-i! by xve are to judge by the following from tin
p Always the BEST GOODS for the least MONEY! We xvish to close 0I1iii.; stock of I .I !positive Kiiaiantee\V. II. I IllVKIW.Our could be parul'Ztdlul1ng the un- New York Financial News: *'
lIn1)(1 afterwards called
honi'isviilc! : xxonld I pronlal.ll- Sta ,
: -------------
parasols and sunshades and sell them ,
: During the week "Flcrid.i Havana
'-'-! ': Ijs and Girls are AMilted.The past
lousiness Ihe hens
-- - like know for ,
-- back life
f. to who the to ready
:at cos-t for the next :HI(> dixs. Ladies young
) mat fiip.uwiii funn St. tillers" have bet-n sold on this market n*
\\T ANTS OFl' ; in\illti,11 .u1g-
let this chance xx a-who l I into the 'Miner canal: ; would pay well. Te* this tnci he Ind Mu- .
not : slip by. flJ iiiie i rilived the Bindford l P,'ople for
I. u was bj I Co. high as $ per pound. looking
-, ". 1'1'111lt'I'1I1.Ilf', & Co.The the 0111'1 light :and got: ; I' ; dud Ihe diiuLuiber and! lit rt' wa' the
lalltt..t1y Guards the otlur I class inx'vstmeut should not fall to
,' ; lfy. TIl Lop., \\e re- u high
I -- -- -- -
HOB STEBJJBURG* AND CO Indies of the :. K.: church :.1 'gator.A I gl t loa Y. c-oidd not rL:pond I, as tiey! result.I felt ashamed of ourselves beatS thieve facts in mind. The movementhas
you, we
will bold their ice cream festival i inMr. long heax'y slioxveiauixecl i have not _vet u-ce-ivid their; ui.iforni-,. to) have scorned I IhN boy while be trie I fairly started anti there; is no earthly

Rivers' buck store every Tuesday momlay, night. It (\1 ac- =1 Ausustire. Fla.. June CO of together. The I power that can slop it. It will move onward
1I111T1 all i.s
,r, f. afternoon and t.'Cnill'IIntil compnnie-d with stronu xxind and I To the IiK\l>Koui> Co GfAKl'S, ) more sense like an avalanche. The question ii.

: .. .. ._ .. "-- I:,I fUl her noticeJL'ST -. lightning I \\hich ci lid some :\ Sr.irkcFla.: f next night we had a ineetirg! at Crawfish
J'J' -- :- / probably whit are going to get left? With hardlyan I
I :; Yor.r anti t l Flat school. liS5-ee whither this new iliseovery -
RECEIVKI") .\tip-top damage at jilace c..mpal.'l'rcSp'ct- exception cigar manufacturers and
I I full y \ lt atcnt I I Ihl Grwl; Wecomc couldn't help] is ti"il Ihe tn-illi
stock of nexv candies< atWills i CILHle: Alvarez a birthday !! flaIl at Ft : uulv : d. at p. in. I hlc- leaf na'nolianlIJ"Illd hail with delight s
gav In h
>vwe :
They want to sell yon yonr Groceries Provisions, Flour, & Owens. I party to his young filends Tuesdaynight. : : : ( cm>miilifA i .1 J F David-'on, F'midc Ri-iii- poleFor reasons given home-grown leaf t that would take th*
-- I linger, EiiM-ie W II Veile.V E pan people are very an\ioin to !get lit the I
Corn Oats Hay and Bran.They Fans, fans, fau,1ii cnde! variety About fifty \xeiepresent fo : I II pl.ic t of :5l1m>Ira. They see th,> price of
: : guests ir-ndi, .1 I I H I Doud.A pi.le. Well "c can-e lo t 111l' cnmmehtiinnI
V. at Truby. Sternbiug & Co. I refrc'shine'iits were abundant] I -- I i Hint the north pole i U time north end slicking Mim.itiii going higher and higher rut almost -

.: and Notions. Tin at -Wills tt (hHII and the' joy rose to the third oaipcntor by Iho name of M. S. every sdexxliiV the quality ratju-r
Goods up
waut to sell yon your Dry ware1 : way 'I I'D"eis. It 11 f"ol the .oof of a lIn!.in out of I Ihe pole er a\!1e which i i. run

'.'. 1 I Jelly tumblers and fruit jars at i iI -lo\'. East etMoinPs. Iowa and! snsiaiiifd 1 through ihe center of the tarih. uw.1I.tllki inclines todelorlaiion. Light thin I leu ;

They want to sell you your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. I Truby, Steinburg & ('o. I The TtuG\1: owns a ch.dlo a pain I nl I ai'd 0.1>>eriol11'ilofthH| i (u'haiu-list, : to John's discovery we could sul: rules very high in price brcuusc it Is very
"hi'IH'11 It has been
"ih \ proved that
scarce. amply
I The only *2 a: ;day hotel in Jacksonville (11 so xxell imitate thecroxxingof a \IIlil'\ Jiin Hct says it is Ihe Arctic sea while Miinmer lasted. Mien

They want to sell yon our Hats and Caps. is '!Travelers. rooster that a little croxver xxho line: \\u.lh .> a I I c'olllil'.">0 conl pack ovr elves away: iu blick: lOo-! tllllJ Florida leaf grown from the best variety
., I I Tor sale bv. w. ii. utiveu.i. of seed will produce a leaf far superior in
I Stoves cheaper than I ever at his h headquaiters under! our window :- J panlv: ourselves w bile the cold wej.tlieTlaMed. :
n : They want to sell yon your Hoots, Shoos nnd Rubbers.{ I Tnibv, Steinburg\ & Co. now is .sik'iil :and hangs his lrad in ] The I town ('Iud. struck I the hOI:of silent t (com 10 liie I again- the folh- ..-me Iualilto Sumatra and fully equal mtxtnrc
"- midnight ; I the nionn shot ils fuiit.istie l liaxs : iktul titiciiesj i>( le.if- Iii winking
I. They want to sell You Your Hardware; Tools) and Building Glass, china and \wooden ware .shame: -on the dl'\'lls account. thion .. the window of a room wheie |! spring and resume thfl juurn(')'. Tl.enjou FioridH; Havatn.i: Wrappers llnriis no

'i. Material. cheap at Wills & Oxvens.We Mr. X. J. ,1u11(':Ins now t WI graysteeds sick l babe l.ijsi I rggli ng between life ::111//! t-t'C. neiiher I cold nor h 11111' cou'd! siie.. ak the cuttings make fine tiller.

\ have decided i l reduce draw his l death. An an xioiis nicit tier is watching !: hull us.
to ourstock I to gaudily juinteddelivery ; ,
I I llu- Sunia I I Iliv
I iii'i iimig ri cutlings nreof
little loitcli the thdil! i
They want to sell jou 3olrVagoii", Buggies, Agricultural Implements of summer clothing, hence we I truck.V hen this chaiiot hIhf ; i.nsJll'p j! Your leaders are naturaily: ;tmuxi'ou-, to
now ; the mother wondeis whether It..1 no SJM f' valuc. coUMCjiifnllj' a heavy
Seeds and Ferl ihizers. have made a great reduction): in the goes l 1\; lite a streak of 1,10041-1(1 diirhnp ; xv.ll; smile nt lur : ail or i if ) kiioxv why we to gi I'l In llr.imrl: h Io<-*. ti> 1I1'lUanuflll.tIHI'r.; Fiotidn! St.thlihiSretulv

prices. Trnhy, Steinburg & Co. I !lightning i the country people invariably hatcluimed il fur' liis UWThl' babenovopms I pole. Well! you 5CL'. we hue luxe ft-r t '
i I. >( (' all Ihe I"I:1tc'o"t" wane
Saddles Harness and Whips in : pn
he.ll ,
They want to you jour rSUCIi look mound for circus its blue ('xeappeahngly.; I the u moth starved our bodies and our s"l1r".1
W. S. WTXO'N : Hour at ; yearS
j lostl'I cr xiewtl.e child with despair for shestes ( if out 1'iopli.will! only pbnt the crop nml!
fact they want to sell you everjthinjr jou mav need. Give them ; :,nd stretched our ('.iLii.Cieute'-I till iheyoifl
\\ ills &Owen I We have had: some hot of I lie md is ntar. The l lillie i I I hctidiinised i i..1, tI t" NumYare for it. This must InMlone
ho eomineed that they will I -- -------- l'al,1 sake of I i
u'trial and will save you money fur the
draw a
you }ain. 'J-I
Harness bridles and all late. Last I : the exes crow dim-anotlll.r flower I I \\ up l I. iln undei
wagons, : Sunday; at p. in. loan out ( !' "hit stand
rml at the same time xtiarant"c the quality I a little money to on
.everything You huy i" gathered -.\. I'. ing up inlt'-I
in this line twluccdprices'
other goods at mercury rosc to Hl in the shade. est All they will pay us now is its rultiv.iticu.! c-irc after ferowin and

; and quantity of Good at Tiuby, Sternburg & Co. At the same hour a t hl'lrolete ('huoIra i infuitnm has lost its terrors I per cent., which i N it glowing sh:ime when curing; l lay II e lame conn-ntnitipn ol

Out stock of groceries always. sent clown to the bottom of an open sinre the intioduetion of ClMiiibcilnii's 3 consider our pa; -)t, present aril future; fore'. c'pill 'ncl Inlxir. whicli iias given
\'j Colic, Cholf and I DiarrhuM) Iteinedy. sacrifices. ''Noxv. sir, the earth is mill'ons
t .TUBBY STERNBURG & COMPANY be found eonll t(,. well. 14 feet, legistcm upon withdrawal !i When that ieindy is usod 1 and ibo tifat- of years old. and her exle has never I'ceti the Dutch ttinii.tri plrtiitcr. such c-Dorrn-

Truby, Sternburg & Co. 75 devices.This. : went :is llirf''tM'ilh o\cb: bottle i i. I f..l-Jloxed !fI'IISt'cIf we could only ;rct to n, and I ;. uitisuieCes.. -
a euro is certain. :ti r. .\. I
full nt -
I Wills &Owenil. iriveit a few fiourds s..aj grett':
S.Vg i piomises to be a dull 4th of "'alterl'OllIinl'lIt meichant at Waltersljnrf I tie earth would: revolve! I twice as fast :ti. it A fw ilnv" apo: a ciuc-f old coilgtr m ft
1 STARKEm: 11 11 m!! K FLORIDA.I "None Such"_flour. Try a barrel. .1 mmlv. A picnic to Kinsley lake i iIt'ltivn.t is ,I ?, 111.. way o: "It ciircil mr b.ibv i does now. so xve x\cmld h.ixe twtniy-fi town in Hioce! I-l.ind: drew Ins $28,000out

._ .._ ___ ._ .... boy of tholpia iiijfiiiiltmi after sevenmiloter I I1' a lonrl I bark !litcauselie dicnmwt
-oo.MOR.GAN"Sl -- Mr. ..t.CflZ(1 who has and emi-stcpieiitly'
the ,
--- in I
-- "- = ( nnd tHl' to lake. \I, rein>-des had t-ultui. 'I 1 hio ch,Id xvaso I month1 year ill,a the hank was jroing io bur.t. A big
f' chnrcre of .1 M. ECkt't's bakery all lhl pai: ticipants: wil all1'on 10 doubt j jc'lijoy i I I iw tlict I'esefined almost beyond the make: fifteen per cent txxiee xear. instrad c-ro\\i1 a.4'mhl"lll. guy him and call him
RAZAAR 1\\ i"he\s to inform the public, that he ':' aid ol f hiinian hands or-roach of any niciliiiip. I- : of. sis now only onceHut. -. (
them-ehe-if rain. j'I' ? CTitik l hili he "rcit out just the !me.
,10l'I't ." 'J.) and 'lOccnt bottlts for sdc: b\ as in I llu; Keoly moti-r i : -i-. M.ere
will keep on band fresh bread at all We sngetonie pyiotechiiic: display :: w. if. \'er"l is an "i tlU I this case"alo.. tor J.,hn has I Next clI)" iiic hank was sky high. and titus
Dealers in_ times at the bakery. I read: xvill for the st.tvbotners.llut. - ------ i not vet been ;chIt rt"lIIn..t his p-i 'nts.'This way: the- folks !t If'PPI.J| laughing produced I( -
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Second UlMrlt-t ( oncuuIIou.hlE.nQc.urrEloi the mhju-titmitihers! :m Ii iiu fill! "ilenr lor ten- mill's around.
al sa'e at : he cannr.l learn from
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1 fr and fine :11); ':. leihert I TKLKCiiiArn's) siih-riiption I list I \I II I i Of' .Il-; f and is bard at work trying to theproblem. Detroit F'rtPres". ."
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FOR sAl E. good family I )! :t o M) CONO. DlSTI'.HT OK j try i tu keep harm nxvay; from !
i treasure: ng
time t to die-am about a Our Ocah. Fla. June I FIOIUI'J! j I. For }eiis: the hide and! plume hunters 1
horse cheap for cash, or on long year ago. I I him until 'he secret i found. John is < 'trMes
Books, School Supplies, with good security. Apply at once pressman grumbles! mightily over CALL for a District Democra'ie' convention 'la l. not (Senator ASS ':ii it.I b.>me have Ill'ln ami systematically aquatic :l.irds destroying of this 1 sectionfor theiiU'irUors

I his increased work, but don't mind at Ocala. Aiiru 14. 1890: I time i xxhen you go out of I loxxn and leave
Musical Instruments etc. at this office. A coRvertion of the democratic: party of santtum I r1d1t. A few yporsi Dt 2f) every lake.
devil charge
wish subscribe.Ve the in. your
him if :
to full A
iifil Mrcamn*> tof uHIg.itors
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Starke. P1oridaMallory's The only f year hotel in Jacksonville have, like the ul .time stage, "al- of Florida the becMiul is hireby ronpiessional lell r.iid duly district appointed iif- -.hull hand in further developments.IhFriuItTrIteIr. j jj toiirKt might now pcud hail H' yenr in
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-- is the tlal'n. Rates 2 I ways room for one more.*' I to .be l I.cld ut Oetiui: arion I Counly. ;. ___ I II mitts 'talttm.l unions l h, made |>erjiiient

a day. tf I I r"lorul:i. on Van IVlt, editor of thf Ciai:. 'Io., t tfTriH he \vi uld not be likely toe a wild

I : \ York Florida Lines. Best Elirin butter only I Thursday; night of last week some I TIIL'IiSDAY, 'THE 14TII DAY OFAUGUST I,,j' Meteor went to a clrnsr t'r" at Mills- !, .illiiraior. The Mile heron UjLeonly
i Ii creamery thieves visited four five itsidences I dale, low a. :and asked the |.b\si.-iai, in )j plume hi id which i i- not nearly exicrniinattd. -
II i 23c per pound at' or I I I if ciicuiustiinci's will admit attendance lo give him a do-f of se> ne- | and i it- .Ia-eaul-etltat, l.irct i is very
next ( I \ & Co. I in our town. They made their eh' leia mortals and lo*..''.*.. (If I not vain.\
Sternburg' im-I'" thins for war and the plunus are very -
Trlhy after I of I }
New York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and th::t. j' Great reduction in straxv hats atTruby I tims poorer to the extent of 20 to\ie-I I state mediaieiy conveiiiior.adjournment called: to me' at the bowel hill- says: : "I It-It leonelnded'to so ummn-hm I II ble. TIII.I attr turkejs. curlews. fitl

I FRUNDIN..\, FIt EVERY TIIIJI"D\'i.; dollars which i is not to \" .l 13): I II I heLter the next lnikan. whooping 'ia 1It'*. are spun-d
I I apt ": nw plate; oi. t'clnc''day.I; \I and 't 10..
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., 'fa'Z.ll"lg 'C"'om, I StlrhngCo vail n'i the phxMtian hint | ..tit in willinj them.
I NEW VOISK, iVKKY FKIDl \ 3 1> In lm-.iiM' lln-re !* no '
tin 1\ -
I another such haul POM-of noinii.atingaraniiid.iie
I. -- at j thit'i11. nlt poor I pin !fix me up a snpplv} of the! mrdi.-in I Tlitdiliucliim t IIr the ibis and white
--IRON STE.VMEKS- Straxv hiat.-a' your own price the thievesXext to priseiit lae: Si-coi.d: (;o111 ouch district !1 smpiiqwl 'vh'-ii behainUd ole a i>oti .
morning wan
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I 'rruulSternhiurg & Co. wi11'l'ak I Ii I in I lid Fift_ -'lC'lInt'OIlJ.I"t'!> of the I tit of rhambf rIft u".s ('oh ir. I'h<>b'ra ami a j. hcio- ; piriic-ul.trlv minfort ulnale. cause
| some suspected colored ]>artiesj .i : oneot Hitir j>iin('ip.d: :irtu-le i-f diet ii
; Unitid! Malts ofW'ril.t| ; tu :appoint ianhoc"i: Hf'In'IHft said b> prtwrihfill -
RIO GRANDE Ii Tn order to make room for our j weio be-irched: but \\ lIl no itMilt.I ; dUtiitl: ,'x-cutive: onuniltee to serve the I I it legnlarly in his i>ratbe 11111\ found nan MI: t..1'S. '
Connor. I I of shoes will make ,.r time plume bird
fall stock 1:111'
i j i next C'U!IItr.: I two xu. -lilt t to tnln ;lcl ;i it the best Iii'c-onbl jiet or 1'iep.n-
j -peeia1 l rriee.t ". !I :Ir. Waltei Wills left Tuesday : suth oilier ollicial inisines, as the conveni i I| testitv t' i.s tllieieiifv ill mv i-axem all :ttit ;dli<; i> so nt :lIly! cirinpieie that
:and i eventFor sale by \\'. II. Hi\'l'.". it :*> not {hiraihihuhuie-! > pursue them as ron
STATE OF TEXAS Truby, Sternbiiru *L Co. i Chattanooga, wheie he will take I i t ion IHiI111'1'm to t the best intciesN ; I "
i ''untly n. In-fore, l butt Dou'-rh will! ,.rna-
------ : welfare 1 of I the distiiet
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Captain WHli.mi *. i 3In sonic in the Cc.nfederate re-uliol, after The l !basis; of repic&ent.ition to suit con- N-veral chiy- :ago :.Me.- r". I HoldridjriandI ( .. l 1,1)\ be kilVd to keep the III increasing

I Bradford Lodze No. 42. F. and A. M. wiiich he goes to Xorth and South I 't'nlinJliII In- the saine: :as that m1csitm.ted i !I Alexander elf-covcri-el Indian nionml i in : iIitih.

City of San Antonio : mre's reeularlxr; the thir.l Thursday in Carolina for a few weeks to Test up J by the M.itc executive committee for'I] Long's iminoek: k Though armed! "nvvith ;\' This matter i i-a ilmfling coin!ideuable
a grub hoc Ilwlit DUCK null it i thnt the legislature -
Wilder.Steamers | each m. nth at 7:30 p. m. Visiting liieth1 I recuperate' I He worked hard I eseumtmit jail in t lie foilliCominjj state | :attention po-iUe
Captain all investiirale uflr digging until their hands do < mHl jog for the
; j> protection
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leivo l-Vrnin.lin.ioi.irriv.l: L\pm'u fully
[ II has arrived} in the t of a lespec : ., ?broken ,
Thur dn-. shape; several !kectllIIel: )m':: pot- --
llallroml] aH points south, nrrivcin : J. WATXRIGHT.. Pc.I | j count Fes in the diMmt elect deJegites forI !
Tr.unVof Florida Central .V: IVnin-tila fimn business.! I His next trip Icn.s there was no I.n.t'z': iu the thick PIUs
PE'rualJtliuI\ p.m. Timrsliv; in iknu close c-onne--tions. i prosperous the congressional coMvention at i the same Il i ln1'ek and plenty! of innemit"they )t .\rR R.ti%',etlVtive and pure. Foi,fciokheadiehe
Vton.1 I Tate Powell M. D. be his wed-oh, no, Walter: we I I time i and:I i in the they stleitdeleg.iles
Strameis stop at'lii tms\\i-, C!a. only, :iul arrive in New YorJf : ivsSCHEDri.E : \il same: manner adjourned the metting.I but on Th FOR .n; m AND JULY: I Ii i I wont give it away : lo i Ihe stale conx-ention. utid. rccunitil their labors) sccnri-igi 1 a'petitc1)8(1 complexion and hilliousnc" -
LEAVE FEHNANDINA.Tlu.rsJay i! | where deemed practicable for individual! : line skulls and numerous ttft'hte: i '>.. Ibc-y have never been quII..I.C..itll" : l liueii ,

Triilay.LEAVE: NEW 8)KriitiV. YORK. .. ... . ..r.KHjR'N'ii STEAMCFI. ;... .. .. ... ... ) Jill, S, : PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON j JCIs,').sweet )!potato: vnu-s fol sale; 1.tOUol1lcIIUl'- one set of .elegatcs with :, I lh two irh bones had lost -v t'u-cI rnclir4n, | \ in .\ I'I\ or Sold byV. .
Maj Hn"p'r.11
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IIi: JuneCKiiJav. ; .... .. .. . .sr.vJ-1-. OF TF.XA. ...... .ThuiS'la1 Jinx-1. I j at 92 ) ,oou. This: potato soldthe j l. ser : lenjrih. the oflr |iwrt jolt ofcrl "inl :
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!'rI4ar.Jun2. Jim I.: ..._...... 'r.'Tl';(1n'x..\ '" ..... Th r!aay, Juno. itThurtUy .-_. -- ----- -- ; past :piing lor *1.50 per 1 bushel I I i-t t t liie! ccnftrenn-I Ta I ha June 10. having drcayeel aud ciisippeaud.I ldl $b-'t. .\ hlh.rt.'tin- (".inniiiniritionMr.
t .. .. .. ..... )JTluir lion is longer thau :11'1.
11IlvJuu.:;. ... ... ., RIIHL\\IW.! : ; other \aiietie brought only remuning pin
o'1' : Guards.i 'tr.llllt'uillhat the
}'rI.IW July! 4..... ...... ... ..STATK 4i''XA ... .. .. ... .. ',l.iy, July Ii 1 i Attention Hraelolclo.; ,'wlll : we u II { petiix'e nnmiis exander'C thigh and he i i-aii'Mit! St\ :" 1'11 Mr. M. ('. I.t.\ ,. 11i1t'(1
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, Chrome Ill-llcalth. JOHN SMITH. very last minute and quietly nikes a HOME HINTS AND HELPS. [From the St Louis Bulletin.] II "

t Howmtny throuh life never knowIng beo line for the choice seat in ti.e car, Cn. A. OTTEX'8 BLZCTKICU BELT ,"
\>bat it means to f en welL How many Ere plain John Smith had wealth when a hundred others who have been -Washing pine floors in solution ol ST. Loris, Mo., February 6, 1887.-Dr. A f

j continue to exist who would gladly lay down lie lie knew lived the a happy joys of life health; ; jostling j and crowding for ten minutes, j one pound copperas dissolved in one Owen is the most successful inventor 1t i '1:0: )
and rest forever.V I of Electrical ;
eomo it requiresmore oak-color. I manufacturer in the country
wife. have to scramble for the gallon strong lye, gives
to live than die. live He a lovinj gates chronic and .
courage to They Ap, for the cure of acute, :.
for those they love. Tb('}' live to be a protection His many friends were true; I She has done just that She managed -When drying salt for the table, dc n lances They have received the :

and provide for helpless little ones His aimple home was sweet; lo fill the only gap there not place it in the sprinklers until it is unqualified indorscment of physicians of :

Ah 1 sad it is when a kind parent is afflicted Ills children, not a few time. With my Southern training I quit cold, or it will harden into a :j. high as thousands 01 t
with aches and pains, nervousness, weakness I s sufferers who have been cured by them. .
Were comforts hard to beat. could bolt ahead like l I .
dyspepsia eta Aud yet, is not a parent never ; ump. TFried he following for instance, Is .I
to blame who will thus suffer, when All day he used to Ping l look about'mo accordingly.:' Beets: Boil beetsinsalt water absolutely indorement, the writer Is ,

means of relief are right at hand. Many While toiling with dclihti "Iseejou havo made up your mind until tender. Remove the skins, cut in Professor of the Theory and Practice of 1. %
who lon suffered in state of chronic ill- "I'm happier than a king I would from such Medicine in the American Medical College ."
c save you a thin slices and fry in butter. Dust with .
health.,\"bose lives were made miserable by And Independent quite." at Bt Louis, Clinical Lecturer at the City 4-. ;
their feelings of distress and who found no fAlter ate. i I could. p epper and salt Squeeze over the juice Hospital Bt Louis; Editor of the American ,. Il 4 C
relief from doctors have quietly begun a John Smith had wealth "Don't worry, auntie, dear; I shall of a lemon.-Ladies Home Journal. Medical Journal; Author of "Electricity in .

$ found use of health Dr. John and strengththerein.Bull's Barsanarllla A,word anti He lived a wretched life; come out all right. Only let me get a I -Salmon Salad: Ingredients-One Medicine and Surgery," and Author of "Di -. ,t.
lIe knew no more of Jiealth;
to the wiso it! sufficient Demand this rem He quarreled with tis wife. start I would not be fair to depend cup of canned salmon; one cup of crackers rect Kr.3Iodjcation.-Therapeuttc.Louis, Mo., June 10, 1886.-I take fr % :

edy of your druggist. Take no other. upon you. even if you could take ear of broken into bits; one largo onion pleasure in stating that 1 have examined .
k --- - ---- home became 4. .
t. Ilk once sweet me. Only consent to recognize your chopped fine; salt and to taste: and tested Dr. Owen's ElectroGalvaniclicit ', i
:WnE'l tho Impecunious man takes his A palace. grand and gay relation when she has an evening pepper and and do not hesitate to /:%. %_. ..
watch to the pawnbroker's!' ho realizes that Which en.anti-b'Jt: in namc- poor moisten with vinegar; stir all together, I I that Alplanct practical and efficient ,,, 5 f.
time is moiicy.-BuffaloCoaricr. Ruled with a lordly M\\'')'. out. That is all I ask. and serve. I of say all the Galvanic Belts I have used in a') f
---- His wireho c head waturned.. Thus Xc.tle Cabell, the educated, Coffee Jelly: Soak half an ounce of : my practce I i is a very useful dc\"iC.and :?; ir .
Catarrh Can't Ho Cared gifted daughter of a once wealthy belts or can of
Made him a slave of style; gelatine in half a pint of cold water; i'I ,
irith II benefit this will than take the
1/Ki.L APPurATioxs as they can not outhern family, forgot the exactions any more
old friends
reach the scat of the disease. Catarrh is it His His dear children practiced were guile. of vaunted "blue blood," and went dissolve it in a half pint of very :strong 1 place of any thing of the kind I have ever
blood or constitutional disease, and in order coffee, sweetened to the taste. Extract seen. GEOKGE C. PITZEB, M. D. .
to cure It you have to take internal remo- bravely to work in the despised line of Belts have a reversible current, and .v. ( -
The l
ashamed ,
t Xleht soon they felt of coffee can be used to flavor this : % 3U "::0
dies. Hall's Catarrh Curt Is taken Internally Of John Smith, once so blithn. domestic service. With one of her last jt.Jy. can be regulated to any desired power, and ,
and acts directly on the blood and And lo! they changed:\ his name precious half-dollars she advertised for and answer well.--Uood Housekeeping. tho current is under the control of the patient ). p-f *
f mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure I i" -Brown Bread: Scald one cupful of t The Belt will completely cure ner.ousand I \ .,
To "J. Alfonso Smythc. \
no quack medicine. It was prescribed by a place as nursery gO\'rness. where the I Indian meal, add to this ono pint of general debility, lumbago, paralysis ,,- I '..
one of the best physicians in this country J'oor mar! lie hits alone cutis are more menial tLan thoso of neuralgia, rheumatism, kidney and spinal -- %aJ. :
for years, and Is a regular I'rcscription.: It Amid hi" bric-a-brar. I I the mere teacher. sweet milk and stir till the meal is well diseases, i indigestion, dyspepsia, I .''..

1 III composed of tha best' tnntcs known, combined And WIOK with a groan:\ In due course an came: / that mixed, three-quarters of a cupful of catarrh, blood poisoning er'siplasi r-4 ? "'
with the best blood purifiers acting he still plain Jack. an.\Cl molasses each of 1 female m ;
That was one teaspoonful I /
directly the mucous surfaces. The per- I I seemed the right on". Two children to sal 1c dorsed (as the best made) by all dealers in .
fect combination of the two ingredients iswhat With wife and children loot. be cared for whose parents were and soa. and raham! meal enough tc electrical and surgical instruments, maybe "- r.A.. ,

produces such wonderful results in With pleasures! gone and health, wealthy. The little girl was a blooming a batter that will pour with great obtained from them or from Dr. Owen him- .: .
curing catarrh. $end for testimonials free. lie find, alas! the cost!; difficulty. This makes one largo loaf self. Parties H.ingoutside the city should ( <<* .0'
F. J. CITEXET II.; Co., Pro,)!!., Toledo, O. And curse of ill used wealth. i specimen of petted childhood; the Bake one hour and a half. a dress Dr. Owen for illustrated circulars, .t
Bold by Druggists, price';';0. -H. C. Dodge, in Joodall's :Sun.: h boy, a delicate, sensitive child lame testimonial circulars, prke-list etc,which "There was a frog who lived In a spring, ?
since his third Tho mother fullyppreciated Steamed Spring Chicken: Take a will give them every inforation.Another .
year. could not elng.wPoor .,
I*commercial circles they have what are iialf-grown shicken. split down the invention of Dr. Owen He caught such a cold that he '.
railed cast! I iron notes. It seems as tbcuch a etie's story, and ere long is his Electrical Insoles. Their use will .
back rub with salt and in
TRUE PRI )E. place "
it would bo hard to forgo. them.: began to realize that sho had fOlnd ,pepper euro all diseases duo to cold fet Ladies unfortunate I In what sad plight he must have bees :
a steamer and steam ono hour. Prepare Batch
FROM: the Herald of Faith, St. Louis, Mis treasure.When. a sauce of one'pint of half a Bets arc Belt made The a prices little for all these the And yet his misfortune one tht often befall singers. Msnr once tuef .

Bouri, Vugust 10, 1....,7.Itcfcrring Antidote for Story of a Brave Woman's Batt'.o! by her a handsome for sum the was two paid novels over pint of boiling water six ClCam.spoonfuls of Appliances are very 'askr. them. Offices roice among those who belong to the "genus homo" i utterly spoiled by "coldin '
to fchallenberper's
Malaria, the business! manager of the Herald with the World. her friends p\blsht"rs urged her to stop her masquerading f four, a tablespoonful of corn-starch and I3 Broadway: BUG N. Broadway Y. St. Louis, Mo.; 826 tho head," or on the lungs, or both combined. For the above mentionedcroaker" .. .

of Faith would that he this each with salt, and a was ever devised ; but wo rejoice .'P.
say gave "What? Go out to service? Nettle and come honl. Uut Nettie pepper. I we arc not aware that any remedy '

cured medicine of an a personal unpleasant trial Intermittent, awl was speedily Fever. Cabell, have you lost your senses? Cahf'l was made of better stul than few drops of extract of celery. )Ix all Ax exchange says: "Don't" blame the kno\V that all human singers may keep their heads clear and throats i tune .7fr

Ho then recommended it to l''. J. Tiefenl is your pride?'' sf'lish aims. and ]her heart went out to together, let boil one minute and pout do world not.when things simply po wrong.raise a row Most in men tho by t a timely use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy and Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical ,

braun, 1915 1'apin street,and to police officerMcidengcr "Jn the There is the who to her with over the ehiken.-X. Y. OIserver. 'Il"y
right place. aunty. boy now clung ahild's family the world both of which are sold by
at the Union Depot., both of sming.-At Discovery, drggit
-A German Salad Cut into small
no need to draw l1airRplittingdi..tinc- c grateful devotion. She would : Constitution. of Catarrh in the Head
whom were cured by it of chills and fever Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures the worst cases no
of e'crlllears' his tions. If I engaged as music teacher, not him. pieces any kind of cold ]boiled vegetables --- ,
: standing llccently a desert bronchial throat and lung
Alan Words of Cheer. while for all laryngeal, ,
wife, after fever of several la.s'. duration, '' whit you may havo onhand one kind of how long standing,
w ouldn't] that be going out f-ervice? An arrangement was made by h mater
knows he hns
took I dose and When a proprietor a Golden Medical Discovery Is poiJtivcly uncqnaled.
a single was perfectly cured. will do or a mixture of three or four; add affections, Dr. Tierce's I
"Yes-that is-I should call i itobtainig she could employ a portion of each dayin grand tad good remedy for the many ills
In view of those remarkable] cures, and remembering flesh and strength of
a chopped onion, season to taste with that flesh and blood heir V it worst lingering and builds up the
how much monEy is bpent for I a situation. Hut a chambermaid! literary work.: A separate g'ovf'lnCs. are pleaseshtm I cures the coughs
quinine, so little to be dejKSudPd upon and A nurse l The idea is positively shock- was engaged for .tho little] girl, and pepper and salt, and allow about two exceeding to receive such evidences I who have been reduced by wasting diseases. I i guaranteed to benefit or cur
often: so injurious, we can only] wish that ] of vinegar and three or of appreciation ns follows: If taken time and given a fall
t haUenbt> Antidote ,, ing'i .O Nettle had no cause to regret the step tablespoonfuls -l\. F. :Mies. Milesville, N. C., writes: "I: in all diseases for which it Is recommended I
rg-er's "Otl1.come .
general use. "My dear aunt, I am neither afraidnor she had taken. Eventually there were four of oil to every two pounds of vege have Blood Balm and find it t I trial, or money paid for it will refuded

-. -. ashamed to do what I am best fitted advantages both substantial and heart- tables. ere in a bowl and garnish to bo all that it is recommended to be." .

SOME men hano dislike for their work. t 0 do I can not teach music; and I satisfying growing out of her undertaking taste.-Christian at Work. D. C. Banton. Thomas ville, Ga., writes::
i "I have Blood Balm
The UEually probate works lawyer with is. rill.ruibiciAXS not. of that class. ; he could, the field is full, at starvation but from the first she was in the English Pancakes: One) pint of family as a tonic and blood purifier in with my: Copyright, 18 by WOR'S DISPISBABT MEDICAL AS80\UTO: P'rrcQ1Salet .

&- wages; to say nothing of the mercilvss full reward of a good conscience.-Eugenia milk, two eggs, one tablespoonful] of highest satisfactory results."

: recommend"Tan sill's Punch." din into sensitive oars all th< day ]long.Look Dunlap, in N. V. Observer. sugar. one cupful of Hour, one teaspoonful F. O. Hoffman, editor" Times Rocky
Mouat Va writes 1 to
: am say
----- ---- of
baking powder, of
at night comes one cupful
11dred.hen TIGHT-LACED MONKEYS. that Botanic Blood Balm is the best
Lampoon.GESZRALLY epcaking-women.-Harvard she is fit nothingbut a restless bleep] cream, sa-ltspoonful of salt; this should} ] tizer and tonic for delicate people I app Dr. Pierce's Pellets

_ _ _ _ of hideous crochets and quavers. No;; i\porliiiriits: uilh Cornets Which Killed make a thin batter; heat a smal frying- saw. It acted liko a charm in my case." kc

art is well enough for those that have a je\.t'ra 1 Voting rrm.tloi. pan pour about half a cupful of Imtll F. H., Va Hick, wnles>y, lo' was Main broke street out, Lynchburg 'C

calling that way. I haven't." The (\Oi effects of tight lacing have in, brown both sides delicately, butter sores and my hair was aloverwih out easa1t ';"

Bermuda Bottled. "I5ut your lovely stories! -" been discussed and demonstrated well each one, sprinkle with powdered sUgar Afr using a low bottles of Botanic Bloo PURELY VEGETABLE/ ;

'You must jro to Ilrrrtiuda. If in the publishers' hands, and I nigh ad /(HMtin, though the exhorta- and grated nutmeg and roll it up !ere my hair "quit falling out and size : e '1"
well. OK : /
yen do not I Wilillot be re iionsl- !mist bide my time. If I could to reform havo not o far received on a hot dish.-Boston Herald.Bacon sores got tvlav PERFECTLY HARMLESS .
ble for the ronspqueuce" Bnt. manage Julia E. Johnson Rttord's P.O., S. C., PLLEI '
doctor<< I run afford m-Uiirr the t o live upon pleasant fancies, ; the amount of attention from the fairRf'X Sto\vs< Cut one-hal lUlilof' I writes: "I had !\ years with

that limo Is nor Impossible the money., Well, if wait till their merit is decided upon that their importance and the persistence rather lean sal bacon into thin strips; eczema and was at times conne to m}' 00oo e %etS unequaled as a LIVER PILL

try 15ut: I must keep the wolf from the door.I of the reformers would war peel and two meditim-siznl onions i i: led The itching was terrible of son-in-: .
I i l land mo dozen bottles Botanic
SCOTT'S' \ill notbedependentupon my mother.ho rant. I]has fallen to Dr.) Lander Hrun- cut into small pieces two stalks of I Blood Balm one-hal, entirely cured me, and I I Cheapest, Easiest to take. Ono tiny Sug-Oltf Pellet a dose. Cure ",-

i must take care of the others. I.. ton to afford a further demonstration of celery. Tho green part of several stalks ,. ask you to publish this for the benefit of
., Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Atck'ad derangements
p my friends oppose me. I shall be sorry;;; : the pernicious, efforts of this practice in can bo saved for this purjio.ic. Put others suffering in like manner. a
but else is left for at and somewhat I August A. Klages, 81 Bt Charles street of tho Stomach and bowel %cents a vial, byPISO'S d i t ; .
nothing me. away onco original these in a saucepan in alternate layers ,. Baltimore, Md., "From my:youth I I L .

"If you could only bo content to wait ntertaining. seasoning with pepper only. Cover ,: suffered from a poisonous tint in my blood. -

FMULSION[ Or if you could got sowing to do-" of tho investigations wih water, and stew slowly for j I. My faco awl body was continualyatected -. :

.Sowing! \c... that is eminently rohpeotablo carried out by him in conjunction withhis ]I ono hour then add one quart of potatoes !i.!: with years eruptions of ng*and and had been. treated both in. CURE FOR

I grant but break colleagues of the pra had Commission and sliced and ''
,. you; my ly peeled stew very Germany and America, but no remedy over-
OF PURE NQRWECIAN b wok and spoil my eyes? Is'o; I can not on the vexed and highly technical'I slowly for on hour longer. Have plenty camo the trouble until I used Botanic Blood Beat Cough Medicine Recommended by Ph iclans. !(

COD LIVER OIL. how; but I can dean up a room and tidy question of chloroform versus ether, i L of gravy; i i cooks down too much, fill 'j I Balci. I have used about twenty bottles. Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the I.t

I sometime; call It Bermuda Hot a parlor without smashing the bric-a- occurred to him to try what effect a up with boiling water. .\1 this can bo !'., healthy a nd now, and my I rousider skin is clear the poison, smooth permanently and taste. Children take it without objection. By druggists.

tied, nnd many cases flf b rac. I can take care of little children, mode of dress which was likely] to interfere done tho day before wanted. In tho' driven from my blood. I indorse it

CONSUMPTION, for I dearly love them. I shall not dcrailfi with respiration would have in morning placo it whero it will heat as the best blood remedy." CONSUMPTIONCREOLE

Bronchitis, Cough g myself nor my friends. Thorp causing sudden death under an ana- gradually unt it is very hot, then I I

; or Scrcro Cold must be families where I ran find aIJ1f thetc The experiments were carried I serve poured 'over thin slices of but i itcred : WU'l a man goes homo loaded there is -A
likely to bo nn in the house.
I have CURED nlth It; mid the and the kind of work that preserves out on female incnl mltantaftre Is that the most nrnl both health and I Dr. ISrunton Iou.ckCllel. XJH. owi'eELECTRIC
temper. pre reason as ingeniously explains --
lire toomarli ran take It. Another TROUBLES OF GOVERNMENTS.
thin? whirli commends It M the for to bo a nursery go\'ernss. and this that they are more like women Wetwart, the Course of Empire, &e. AOIJISIAA BELT

ftlmulatliis properties which It of contain the IIriHiphiiwphltcs -. { i s what I shal apply ; i I fail., than dogs are. Trinlj and Trlbll"tol0 of Europe's: Male>. \Vo all know the quotation, but many % PATHTtoAuc.. 18, 1887, .lM>nvED"ln.T30.l889.

You will flrnl It for nale at your 5 hen I not be too proud to take the .\ monkey hllong'ing to the sex was men and Cro\no l Ife.uN.It I I emigrants westward bound do not know rr B1L OWSX-i KICTKO

UniffKlKt'a; but lIt"e you pet the I| other position." accordingly] in a plaster has always said that des put- : their arrival theywi have to encounter / '. G.V rBODY.12
erf hen : j that invisible frontiersman -
Final SCOTT'S! ML'UNION. j I fo .
..atn_ -- --.._w ....... "Why don't you answer some adveriseraents of-I'aris jacket to imitate stays, ism is the simplest of all methods of: -malaria.! They should t.1c an ample ." j r.All Khenmati C.
t ," persisted tho aunt; "tho and a tight bandage was then government and tho Itussian: Emperor 'I supply of llostetter's Stomach Bitters along. US/,., 1V tk'HAIR :; z" "WI&l&I2tI.\ Lumbago, ,

papers are full of thorn." tied around tho abdomen so as to with his legal autocracy and L j j i Not only is it a certain safeguard againstevery 1t Q Co tiT n ervoua' Debit
}I form of malarial disease, but it eradicates .. ., .
Diseases, ITerroasBess.TrsmklinK
"I have written at least of imitate the hand would
up a quire which sustain acquiescent people, would seem to lie, ]i,I liver complaint, I t "' Xz-
paper in that way," said the girl, who tho petioat". I is with mingled feelings in the best position for tlio sia, nervousness and ronstpationdj.spp ,?. .-,, hut w ..1Dis
proving : u
fioomod to bo armed at all points; "and curiosity' and sympathy that we proposition; but he is harl'a C.l. ( ha t. I' Body Youth,,Afi'fJKS- E7KeasM? Married or Siorle Life.t8POs5lBLl b

as to car faro, I have sri squandered four lear of the result of tho l'xpermcnts. ra'sed. and in a sense imprisoned. l by the Doctors LAWTEUS often are put men them who in work tho way with of a r .81 PAIR.or PABTIUTOH 'DATS nu

dflar these two weeks running here which is reported to have been "very insoluble problem of Nihilism. Xihl- !I Florida TimesUnion.I DR.OWEN's ELECTRIC ntSOlES'I : ,

L aJ. there, with a hundred others only marked indeed,"' so much so, indeed ism is a specter which can inflict death. Also an Electric Tru and Belt Combined..

t( find my services respectfully de that several of the monkeys (led very Its form is never traceable; blows at it, !I HAVE myself used, and known others to l'led S!|pt for Maled.UhI0.4..,eIope..'ittlf fnf pper.wklak.AddTMl will H ,,,
use Bull's Saraparilla with entire satisfac OWES Z1XCTRIO BUT ft -
clined. I could not ho a shop-girl. The 'juickly. pass through space; and jot, if it grip I I tion. I believe it calculated to relieve much 8OO North .. 4JtAC C.

c:1-: battery' of {eyes in a position so public )Ir. Hrunton added that the survival an enemy, 1.1 ho tho Czar or a troublesome suffering and earnestlyrecommendit to the 820 Brcadway.ZTBW Yl a.8'.1V.0

W A\ would confuse me Into a regular nonen of some of the animals (experimented L policeman, the man dies. No compromise afflicted.-Rov. E. W. Schon, Louisville,Ky. RESTORERCleanses

LI l'1J.: ,\k tity. I can not sell books or peddle upon was probably duo to the fact that with Nihilism seems po<.ill. Fcw men-sow'their- -- ---wild oats without GOYER Wholesale Fresh Meats, '

? \ cosmetics or push my way into public tho diaphragm is able to compensate to a and the autocracy is temporarily tuig more or less rye mixed in with get. the Scalp,Removes Dandruff, Slops PACKING HOUSEPRODUCTS.

Rices and private dwellings. 1 hate largo extent for the enforced loss of paralyzed. At the other end of the povorning -Atchison Giobo. the Hair from falling out, and produces luxurious i'J

I 1t not the courage, nor the address. .And chest movenient.-Lonlon, Medical Press systems btands tho Trench republic ALWAYS avoid- harsh--purgative- -----pills. They growth of rich glossy hair. COLD COUNTRY ORDERSt4OLICITED. !

1 am truly thankful] to have escaped tho with all power intrusted to the I first make you sick and fhon leave you con BUY IT TRY IT. STORAGE .

LI.- ,. necktie-making, the emelope-address- QUEER MARRIAGES. representatives of the people, who surely stpatec Carter's Little Liver Pills regulate Office I 0 1 Ka1 8t 'I., -
ing and other like tortures." and make you welL Dose,one pill &A
tho modern tie "JUBOrL
should] be
.\ on theory, .
ONg Congregational Pastor iltos Some olIII fill TENM.4. BUTLER aT., ,
ENJOYS "\\V11, there is the Young Women'sChristian iiuTleiKTs.Eey. : able to govern. They han certainly] Tire To Restore Toneand UVl MEriIMTEaif.05AMI .
man who is too fond of his
\.' Both the method and results when Association. What are they W. (.;: Wade, a Congregational mastered all tho depositaries of power, makes the acquaintance of his ant .- TUB Firm.tta._. .,

Sjnip of Figs is taken; it is I pleasan t good for i not to find employment for pastor in Wster)Maine has been tl- dismissing Ministers like clerks, ant: Boston Post Strengthto F. OZANNE & CO. : .' ,

imd refreshing to the taste, and actsccntlyyetpromptly such as you-a refined, educated, woll- ing some stories about queer marriages thrusting out a President whenever ; .'
'' ELEVE'l'hJren out of twelvoneed Dr. the System when
on Kiilneyp, bor girl? He says: "I om-e married a couple fails to content them. They are, however Bull's Worm Destroyers occasionally. \lOVES TINWARE,

Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system "Thoro you go, auntie, on your usual where the young man seemed good and impeded, and for many purposes dainty little candies are always Thes weakened by i -Hou$f- '

hohb) Refined, wel-bor paupers aro honest but not very The 1 rendered impotent, by the apparently sure. FURNISHING GOODS. t1
effectually, dispels:: colds, headaches ] quick-wit'll -- I..p8 Grate. .
only One thing i is La Ola.
and fevers and habitual pntful sIWe-lf girl was bright and smart, proved insoluble difficulty of creating a stable "StPTAL"buildingsiire what call Grippeor U..d nnf.c$
cures there is \ of birth in they nrer of PLAIN and JAPANVEO
any goo fickle and false, for she soon tired of party. The disintegrating tendency in those high ones, because they are continued other GALVANIZED IRO.V TO 1
constipation. of Figs js the it i is the desire any \VARE.
to something stories. ( .
) her husband who came back to know i I II the Chamber arrests the nominal rulers Saleroom and KacH'ry.I gecundStreet
only remedy of its kind not to be a drone i Send and Prlre I>t, unl when U j
mysel; simply could unmarry him. Of another at every step, and makes coherent I; Illness, city call on nMEMPDIS.. TM.NXL
duced, pleasing to the evcrlfOe b'c Hc' the things Ian not do are ou of Fon any case of nervousness, sleplcl C=-SA* TVS PATTI mrj sysi_ J
1 couple that I was called upon to unite a. policy, or any policy requiring time for: ness, weak stomach, indigestion,dyspepsia,
: ceptable to the stomach, prompt in my roach and those I can do seem beneath few years ago the groom was seventy its de"elopment next to impossible relief is sure in Carters Little Jver Pills. Ayer's Sarsaparilla "

its action and truly beneficial its me. I have triCcl all a\'enues four and the bride nineteen. He had Hal tho state is> wasted RiHNrSBeware .'
effects 1j.] name is on HIP books ol thC Y. W. because WlNEri at sin-lowering the eyelid a\ is positively ;
prepared only from the most given her 10,000 before he became her the links of the chain which tho
A. druggist.-Leadvillo Herald. of Imitations
healthy and agreeable substances Thoy received me with much consort His children (middle-aged keeps tho machinery together havo a -- p NOTICE ,
its many excellent qualities commend courtesy, and promised to remember people) and. neighbors showed} their disapproval tcndcnc., seemingly incurable, to un LADIES who possess the finest complexionsare unequalled.Get AUTOGRAPH LABEL e* .. f
11:0 any thing should come in their patrons lIt Glenn's ,
i Sulphur Snap.11111's the BEST.
of the matter by in bind ',
it to all and indulging
have ;
made it way; but& ., meanwhile, I prefer not t 0starve. a serenade <
the most popular remedy known. I can not tait.hat do you that the din caused people miles to of mankind, and certainly is SOCIETY lions- --are-- Prepared by O14
away generally
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 5Cc think of Mrs. who four I men who are
Scilly tal.s on think that the world was coming to an[ for some purpose.-hi.fy of shelter:a able to he on their roars.-Elmira Gazette. Dr. J. C. & .t
and 81 bottles all cents a day at the shirt Ayer Co. ,
by leading druggists factory, rather structure the Irish --- --- ,
I end. Twelve horse fiddles] with cannon mar\'Elous ; embarrassment IT IS r$E1>by CIIIIx
Any reliable druggist who than earn four dollars a week at the. and tin ti.h-hors. seemed to shake the almost prevents its wO'k- Cures Yo Opium where in:ther Piso'sCure remedies for Consumpton Lowell, Mass.Tutt's I DItEN'S.r CHILIIN.tadl .

may not have: it on hand will procure laundry tubs? Too proud to keep soul I earth. One couple presented themselves ing, and seems to draw no nearer to a fai 2a .j Ie U., 8._.A.eve
Iv th of of Rev. th'lr Hre
ono Ko\v'
and body *'
it promptly for any one who together to be married, aud, in answer to solution. A dozen plans are hind mi.l1 ifcrlr kappiam Itl-tl.
pI'oluct. I lliir.s I ]
wishes to try it. Do not accept 'She is very ," contended the the question: 'D,) )'l'l ta,1] this woman but tho most far-sighted will not declare a rommotion.sermons in( tho he was disturbed] by FOOD .ift-ir.4 CII.I.tail? dir i.Ina.Imfmmrj!_

substitute. perplexed elder lady. "Those publishers ] I- to he your ]lawful wedded wife?' he that they see a clear road either to the galer10 ex- R any Why cant tell I claimed: "What's matter there Pills IH. III DM0 FUOD 1.1 3".I ? WOUIRICULU.
they you whothc would final reconciliation of tho two ] t1( ; Da CO. _
break in with: of course:;; peoplesor M
CALIFORNIA \h.r thedr-\' j il] to .tnru .
FIG havegot
SYRUP they hooks among ?
CO. accept ? sCmo you
wi your They must I would proceed: 'To care for in sickness to their final separation. Their dhi-
know. A fH'ntrynan replied: hIt arn't tho non.ERI.IHAJNO.
SA1 FRANCISCO. CAL. sion makes
and in health? when the would even daily diffi
LOVISV1U.C. KY. NEW fORK. ff.Y. ".\h. auntie, the mills of the groom government devil as i. doing it. it'j ]lady wot'sfainted. ATLAS I..plt.r.'e.P1aaIa
-- ,- --- press answer again: 'Sartin, s-artin; I'm all 1 cult beyond all precedent, and preventsboth ." : : To parsr th.bowel. does not m k. II : %
... -a' grind slowly, and are not always Ill doctor her up she peoples from getting out of tho lill rejoined: "I bo'<-rludy'j the them regular bat leaves)them In rrora CHICKASAWJ&S IRON "f..
wonderous sure for unknown wriprs. I sick right: The bride nudged him i to gf't p constitution the permission to advance' pardon, ant the dt'vils too.:' the the s.t than of trouble before.,and The liver I ENGINES .

Ail have no doubt of suet'ss quiet, when he turned to her with the steadily which it is supposed to confer; IRON WORIS. :0:
Till that happy day dawns 1 must do to all THE REMEDY JOUH E.HANDLE CO., Te...
question: 'I Icy, 1'olly, what you want? yet appearance the division may: e He..118 .
what hand flndeth do." A vrrsv: old MS. has 3.
my to
j-ist como to
When I finally got them married the' last forever. 1"1 must met on I. Tntt's Liver Pills met .
To curs Biliousness. flirt neadach.ConiUratton. "Can't you do typewriting or short-.; fellow said: 'Wll parson what's] thr. The Italian Government, though it is n Kgypt. I.i-' the will written uponnarchi.ient directly on organ,causing a tree .
Malnrla. Llvrr Complaints. take Kind? Any thing but menial service.: of noble Egyptian of rionorbtle.wlthontwbleb' the bow- KoXoTuLuTRYIi .
and certain the alo : damages? learning that it lay with strong, hardly Hopes to see a resolution: : .!.are alwit j.constipated. Price .
remedy. SMIThS "I have not the five dolar., to pay for him to fix: the price, ho rewarded me of its (quarrel with the papacy and does c ,('I.ih.: in which.the testator :
lessons on the typewriter nor th state ; that he l leaves all Sold Everywhere. f
I C1ciure his
BILE BEANStiP with seventy-five ('ent.and the promise not hope so far as we see. fO an escape( plpert.

to learn, to say nothing of the of a bag of potatoes in the fall. I still 1 from an equally great emharra""Ulnt- to his brother.] a prie-st of Olr. Office, 4 Murray St., New York. WAT STRONC .'

.the SMALL; I.ZE(4O Jlttla) bean to the bot funds to buy an instrument. Still less have the promi-Boston Herald. the conflict between its wants as a great end ]pic ( of writing was also found, in SSO Main MEM PHI, AT*. TISJT.LAW. o' -:

Wo of They either are'at the!.most 25 cent conTentent per bows.i : toil. aUl4e&. can I undertake stenography. That ofilH.l power and the terribly low economiccondition which :Sekiali: commends his littlo KEY OF HEALTH MEDICINE( CO., M UTPBCIAL'-BH. PERTAINING.t.t TO COtXlCTSKW. *Nfl -

is a profession. You,know how Change uiiii '. daujrhv-r to hii ]brothers ))!PBII.Tzsx..A pril 25th,jSo. _To BEET TL .
KISSINC at 7> 17. 70: PbotD-mTtlra, :Monotony.) of many of its provinces. The care, and in A red hot. my foot.and IJd $PAPIa. ,. ,..
paDel EUO of thl.a lcturo r faithfully I have tried teaching at the While wlVh: Lo rules that batily that ln tel 01 msabed IL so ,<
I> :r some will never subrait to German he wishes her Len U swelled
ceota ,
looppen Emperor standing the up three
or tta.mrs). an\ at headof times it.Mie. Two t Invent motblniend :
J. F. l1ITII.. !:ro.. orphan asylun. I wanted an occupationtlat monotony, but live in a continual rush the greatest and for certain pur upon attaining:; hr.l majority, to ha\o applications of your PATENTS i' FORTUNE! mc f.I
_' would bring me in at least adel'entl'in of full:! control of her ; ROC f.1
iii St. Louta. to. change, thereby blunting the power poses the most effective, organization: own ronmatters, WHITE-PINE Address or igya-j,, !lHEE -1
-- --- $ but which would leave me freeto for good of any change, others are so of the modern world is hampered at! documents are drawn up in a most W.T.FITZERAL.W& ': .

wriE e\'enins There the labor was concentrated in their thoughts and feelings :I- concise and lawyer-like LINIIE\T reduced It almot aaturaJ. I t ,1
the manner. Tho
step .
Ifyonwv'.t&Famlly VeMcie so hard and my nerves so unstrung that they: find i impossible to ii 1- conciliating every or conquering difficulty thew ol rJrus'-rips aro about live thousand: awaya.r.cmmend!?.t"T'THEELIHARTCARRIABE&HARMESSMFa.a.'1p17 '(\BVft COLLEGE, ... ,
Buggy or Eoid Cart poorest ALBERT J.BU I VM ,
,one.trnOrCax1o&datcheaprpyce that when .
evening could NJR,3JererD
came do
rect into any unaccustomed chat lass of his own subjects whoat : WLXI2 yali rarsz,7 t. 8tee I I win voo TE"S.

.z.than ever taiown. write at nothing but rest. I I can only get' nel when the proper time comes. They every election send up more I ..N. ea "n. t'WBITZP0XXT. 1 i,

atoncetoW.S.Bruce4CoJlen such a home as I wish my lteraryww kneed have by constant habit become so of his policy, and of the opponents $14. Tlrtt bottom I I 1' .SBTLLEiBORTBl'D 15 -tTF.Comer ;
Tean.. and not be entirely I I \cr.. fr i is .d da A1K.
get pnc'Iand sacrifced. wanta wedde. to monotony that they have existence of his government. He is doin worth remarking! % : the Gtr. *all.p-..EdQCutespractlcaUran secqieii rood
large BElt
catalogue | temporary home till my pet career the power to appreciate the natural his utmost, indeed, all never. called Wsaarck "The rr IS .km MM positions! prodclenu.c>boriband.TypewrltlDK. 0
can be fairly started." shaking society I- Iron .. WHOLC&ALI.e...., _ Pookkeeptne-andPe-manship.'WriMforcatalognes
and !legitimate delights of change in Charcelar The title is iMp AJU Tall g AM3 nmj Ik**
." II Europe to get rid of his em one of U.DEALCES'sip ,.
'el. can't you find odd jobs to do Wherever they they their burdens rr or British invention. ... UY
for go carry : barrassment and reconcile the state Uisaa-clr r nfl Tea Llye I. "J HO.M' yon waat'a '
papers and magazines, as Mrs. and cares with them. In the with the hostile V.P: ,cled del Uteerne: Graf ?.y fr.4e ."n. liv HARTMAX Steel TVireM.t. I s <
I classes after .It. Ablltelytle1I.
but the Endowed
Clinton did? fche ; nobody s& by PliTSldaas and U.
came to New York a I uldst of all nature's charms they ha\e even professes to see ;.t. ;\do\: and for he r.n. I.g1.s, ..Sprg for prices. HAK'TMAN MFG.S..Bearer nt
a of years
prospect the was .. ... CLra
visited WI1. h .
the HM. '
stranger publishers, and set I neither io her beauties .'=:c-vn only" Cu.- I :a PUlk-
: foij Tlo
eye nor ear termination of the Iron Count." lain. ,
t struggle.d. : : .
j as much work she finally 1- Uut .dr a PU1.
as could do. '
"That j her hronie5; they are living over and in Austi the great content always tt:" ut'c-.; said to hive been hin tan p..rzaMOTHERS'FRIEND. sl,1 b SALESMEN "Whole I Root Y5r.aa Plees
was a chance in a thousand, I, Ocr again their business details, re- in admiration for hi. O\C'. TREE Root Trees "
nerve in
renewed be himself
auntie. ) Clinton .
Irs has energy anJpush j grettia? past mistakes, new arrcttig' liiiade : tuu YC&E.. LrIU..lo
making tween unity and autonomy which forages who tried to a&si.ruc Run.
RUSSELL beyond the ordinary. She gets plans-iivinpr, in the in p. Pt'I ';J'
fact has arrested luC tho "
< progress, still open strrot.1m .
audience of remains
: al these people and finds i lonol. life they: did all the preci-odin uncured and to S8 a day. Samples worth ft.15 -
CO.'S out just \ they She has the months. to human t-yes incurable! : : tvowealthiest: MAKES $5 FKEF. Line not"ndprbor .V feet. Write '
Theiraiution i in
W&nt | is : I'ihauilphia. ] ] OHILD
NOW READY. ...YEASHNOHI....1 ffcnius for a imrcs Spectator 1 1 WOtli BIRTH EASY BI TKRtUFkTI, REIN 10LIIR CO., R.iIXItI. :
into both
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