Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
July 11, 1890
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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,; i1 < One y.r..U oe the world-here to-day and awy tomorrow PERSONAL AND LITERARY. EVOLUTION OF THE LITERARY SHIBBOLETHS. SCHOOL AND CHURCH.A .

). Six months............ ............ Pjj What Btlmice we keep year after year, -with but one desiro in lifo, JOKE -

f't.: $i All" I1cf.subscript ho(discriminations tons mutt ho paid In lavor ininrlably of in we Witathoso livo beside wbo each arc most other near day to us and dear; which I fear may never be fulfled" -Professor Hj.ilmar Iljorth Boyesen A Great, Grotesqueniqne and Purely They Vary 1 Greatly With Tach Snc'fcdIDJ Wool soy professorship of TUMI
by I
: .. body. any And speak ot myriad things, but seldom day handed him my card JapanS he believes all that :Ir. Kcnnan American !>nap iieiieration. :al literature has been established at '

: ; Interest Communications: boliOM from! upon all matters of local Tho Ull, swcet word that lies just In say our ese announced dinner. The dining- has said of Siberian prisons, because he "Let mo illustrate for your benefit These passwords of culture, although Y ale.

.. ?Tf- all parts ot the count): room into which L Mour ushered mo has heard so many stories of similar the evolution of the chestnut, or The their functions remain always thn same, Princeton was the outgrowth of the

; ncnaath the commonplace of common speech. was oven more luxuriously furnished purport from reliable Kussian gentle Rise l and Fall of thc Comic Skit,*" remarked vary greatly with each succeeding generation Log College of Itev. William Tennant.St. .

: SECRET. SOCIETIES. Then out of !fight and out of reach than the other apartment I perceived m en. lon. Erastus Gurley, lighting a i ; and, as they make room in turn Iartholomfw's Protestant Episcopal -

: .. These close familiar friends who th"l us o so that the tablo, on which was an abundance Verdi, tho composer, has secured post-prandial cigar at tho Merchants. I for one another, they give to the true I Church of New York city had a
... ,
I'ii -I--- -- And sitting in the shadow they have left, of rich plate and crystal, was set from the Italian Minister of Public In- The many satelites of the eminent I and modest lovers of an author a hance Chinese club of over 200 members.

:: Independent. Order of'Odd Fellows. We"Aloe wit with loneliness vain regret and sore of breft. but for two. fetruction an edict forbidding the owners statesman immediately scrambled for to enjoy him in peace. Wordsworth is -The Presbytery of Oregon has finally
some fond
Meets PveryTuos- Tat once.we might have said m'" they word have The dinner was a most elaborate one, of hand-organs to play fragment: from chairs in his vicinity. now, fo example, the cherished friend dccide that all candidates for licenso
; (lay night at Odd'Fellows' hear host and tho wines of raro excellence. :My his operas in public they pay him "How often we hear the question of a tranquil ant happy band who read to preach must abandon the use cf tobacco

: For weak and poor the love that displayed a fund of information no copyright.Mrs. Who fakes up the comic gags we see in him placidly in green meadows or by in all forms.
Hall Now we expressed that astonished mo. lie ceased to be tho the ?" continued their own firesides, and forbear to trouble -
seems beside the Sallie
vast White
; Transient brothers sweet unconfessed .Joy president of polt- -The president of
V : a Presbyterian
cordially invited tcgttend. And Blight the deeds we did to those undone, i i saturnine individual I had accosted at the Now Englandotuen's Press Association cophilosopher.Well, lean assure you : themselves about the obstinate blindness -
; L. C. college for freedman in South Carolina
< Noble Grand. And small the service spent to treasure the balloon ascension in tho that one comic-originally comic-idea of the disaffected. But theN was
'; : F. J. FIKLPS, Sec'y. 1' o. Box: 41 And undeserved the praise for word and won deed U) was genial, witty, full of morning.anecdotoand business, has been in tho ne\s'ape is; made to cover a good deal of ground time when battles royal were fought informs the church through the anr.ual
That She is the
'. sho aid have overflowed twenty-one years. that the
the pupils are'
_ simple need comment upon the great people of first woman who nowadays. It is hashed and rehashedby over his fame, owing principaly. I catalogue among
a position on 121 Presbyterians and ins
&eCU' .
Improved Order of ISed Men. This Is the cruel cross of lifo to be this country and Europe-personal experiences -' a Boston journal.At hundreds of cheap humorists all over not altogether, to the insulting pretensions Christians

Full"visioned only when the ministry indicating an extensive and I the country. The same idea of his followers. was then considered -Th leter': pence for 18S9 yielded
-I :. Osco -Tribe Xo. ], Florhll-Council: Of death has been fulfllled, and in the place exclusive association. a recent autograph sale in London reappearsin I to the Pope thirty thousand dollars less
i a dozen and and to
: disguises it a correct thing
,' flrcs kindled each Of some dear presence is but empty the signature of Voltaire brought plays many seemly
-.j in
c' : Wednesday's'; space. When than 1SS3. The legacies bequeathed
,;. Sleep jvt That recollected services can then after the cloth was removed, parts on the journalistic stage. Takean vaunt his peculiar merits and they "
\; ': their Wigwam, Slnrko, Fla. Give consolation for tho "might havo following tho English fashion, and aottlo only two guineas while that of Isaac example: Tho Yonkers Statesmansays reflected a shadowy grandeur upon i a to the Pope during the year amount t
0 benf'Tho Watts sold for three and while ten ]
Transient brothers ; seven thousand dollars.A .
: art cordially] inrited of choice who huntrc.d
: Housekeeper very Burgundy was seton : praised them, very much ir. the

w ,' to attend. the table, ventured to say: pounds Johnson were given for n Io.-welieter: '"The man who is willing to tako spirit of the little Australian boj who permanent scholarshipof$1,0 la

.; .' J. O. HAYNTS, Sachem. A GHOUL'S ,: W. ::\L :MEACIIAM impertinent if I --Dom Pedro and George W. Childs of of Alabama for the
:. t. C. of II. inquire i you really |they never come. the harbor of Sydney docs us great Tuskegeo

.. meant your remarks at Bakor's Beach the Philadelphia Ledger, are warm personal "This skit, you perceive, contains a credit?" To which the historian's Normal and Industrial Institute. A

J'; : -CHURCH- DIRECTORY.- I Btrango, Uncontrollable Passion of this morning. Surely you could not l friends. When and fl'C'qle1tyexchange onceit which attracts attention. Bones, characteristic reply was: "It doe, my good proportion has already been paid

?-J; --. -_ ._- a Monomaniac. wish that tho aeronautshouldmect wit Emperor hired humorist of the Wigville dear, i you made it." Apart from in cash. *
"" rILpttSt -- visit this he Wail
: made it
> a violent and horrible death?'' country always a sees it and, presto, the succeeding the prolonged and pointless discussion -On the west coast of Africa there

..."' ...;. Church.r One windy morning in January, when In a moment the light g'onia expression point .to bo the guest of tho'wealth jeditor. of tho Wail contains the following: of Wordsworth's admirable moral are now 200 churches 33,000 convert

::. 'Services at lOW a.m. and 7 p.m. ]: passing a frame building on Ellis street, of Lo .Mour's face changed. A dark .'Xibse '-Cheerup, olechappie; take qualities, "as though he had been the 100,000 adherents, 2,750 schools ,-

.:r : .... Prayer meeting very ,Wednesday: .: 8 where a largo force of carpenters was at frow-n tightly set lips, and an e\i glitter -P*. Olverenlel Holmes is the things as they come. candidate for a Bshoprc." there was 000 pupils. Religious books have been

:;.", '.'''';,, p.m. M. WOMBOLT, Pastor. I work swinging on giddy scaffolds many in his small forbidding eyes, replaced ownei an intCstng relic in the ''Xobsey-Yes but things don't always a delicately-implied claim on the translated into33dialectsof the section.The
': :-'-?.. Sunday S.-hool meets every Sunday feet from the ground, I observed a tall the pleasant, friendly air ho had shape a si\'H that has descended com('. part of his worshipers that they possessed destruction by fire of the University -

,,'; morning at 10-30.( I and unusually thin man scaled on a pile worn sinco my arri\a1 to him by a colateallino from "Masquerading this time you see as a finer perceptions than their of Toronto removes perhaps the

'/ y": '. \l'OWJ'U.1.n.: I of lumber, watching with tho utmost intentness "My. friend," said, and his voico Tutor Flynt, of Harvard College, whose colloquy. neighbors that they were in some incomprehensible fnest educational institution in Canada

:: Supt. the workmen. With was harsh and guttural, "for term of scn'ie extended from Its libraries and
-- tho instinct years my l.jtc "Tambo. hired humorist of the Yell- way open to influences museums were very

.' *' ** I'rC"lIhJ'tf'ran Church. t I of the newspaper reporter ever quest in life has been to see men die 10'J'J. i ingvillo Yelp sees the last version; has which revealed nothing to less subtle fully equipped and its buildings the

0 ,'.'.-2 seeking information, I asked him to violent deaths. I suppose I am a moral -The Archaeological Institute that ,not seen the original. and he tries his a discriminating ls. 'l'hesame tone best of the kind in the Dominion.The .
,' / SE'rT1c's'r.v. Sunday at 10:30 a.m., whom tho monster, a morbid beast, a human purposes to explore and excavate the
building belonged and tiger.
what of
prentice hand on transposition of the superiority is noticeable corner-stone of a new college
..!'j 'and 8p.m. It. B.: :MATTICI, Pastor. I was it intended for thirsting for the blood of his kind. site of ancient Delphi, has associated heartfel
believing that ho scale. The Yelp soon after contains the among very ardent admirers of for women/was laid recently at Mont-
Sunday School vvery Sunday at 10 was the architect Granted I am all these. Then with the names of the most distinguished Iob
or the on
possibly con- following: ert Browning who seem to bo perpetually clair, a few miles out of Denver. Col.
(. /" (" ''.wn. II. C. HL-LL, Supt. tractor. nature be the blamo. But that passionin historians and scholars among men, .'Some men decide it is best t take offering thanks to Heaven that they Tho building will cost about "$ OOO.

H* fc "I do not know, sir. I am a strangerin my breast is greater and moro Julia Ward Howe, Agasbiz things as they come, and die just before are not as other men, and who evince a and the cottage plan, instead of dormitories -

JS"" thc city," he replied, in voice of dominant than the thirst for liquor in a nil Alice I'reeman Palmer. the will be
,|M : Methodist Church.Jg j thing comes. gentle but humiliating contempt for adopted for baring arrangements. -

_" :IpByServices every Sabbath; at 10:30 a.m. singular harshness the inebriate, who will sacrifice every William T. Adams, better known to "Slight variations, you see; almost their uninitiated fellow-creatures; : It is a Baptist insttu-

I): "I bog your pardon, I thought thing to his appetite for drink. It has his many youthful admirers and readers tion and is to be for the West
,'% ::,. : and 7o: Pm1'rayor you imperceptible. Ibsen's fervent (devotees dwell on designed
.1 J!. ..,. ;'IJ*' J";,<-r.<. and meeting every might bo the architect," 1 said; "you supplanted every other desire; i has as "Oliver Optic" is nearly sixty, "Paint comic artist of Snicker'sWeekly the mountain-tops apart. How what Yassar is to the East -
; Tuesday Thursday at :30. pot many
.-,'; 4' -. ".. : seem take an interest in the work." uprooted aud taken tho place of every but in vigorous health. Ho has made a
i', ( :;;( > t sees Tambo's effort, and sits people, I wonder, who believe that t ("y -Dr. Amelia Edwards reported
; '. -.T4V; ;j- ,.. 010"' I." SlIA1)S' 1 astor. "Not other am I have fortune his books and indulges n i
: :; in the work, but in tho workmen biton seen men diG smal by down and draws a comic sketch, which have loved Shelley all their lives, find to have said respecting
\ Sunday School every Sunday at '.I a.m. on tho scaffold by tho I have in time. impressions
"qi ho stoodon a during
rejoined, with a grin, which rope. yacht summer
blown themselves
I appears soon, showing a big sign exceedingly dazed and ot America: "That which most surprises
;:v'1*"' .: : CIIAKII IlicnAiu Supt. made his small, mean face, with its little the platform of the guillotine so Mr. "\dam' started in lifo as hotel
.,*:,JLf, .f:1'J. I a from its moorings, and about to strike a harassed by what Mr. Freeman calls and impresses me is the number.
I close to tho victim that clerk and
,4.,' .., red eyes, absolutely my clothes havebeeu bartender. man in the back of the head the "the "
::' diabolcal man snares of Shelleyana, a mist of size and importance of woman's colleges -
: .'i( :- i| ChrUttan Churrli. I "Then possibly :you are yourself a spattered with his blood. I have -Abbe Desgodins Vicar Apostolic of i meanwhile explaining to a friend: onfusing chatter and distorted praise the enormous forward movementfor

: ,: xi., 20 Acts; x.\vi., 23;1. Peter iv., 1G. carpenter," I continaed; "a fine trade- seen in Spain tho garotto crush tho Theibot, who has been a missionary in .I'm tho coolest man you ever saw How many unambitious rEader:. who education for, every body, and the

Services each Lord's: at 3 i tho carpenter and mason are, to my spinal-cord, and in Russia tho knout the Chineso borders of that country for i ihirtylive in your life; I always take things as would fain enjoy their Shakespeare universality and activity of women's

:1"\, :, 't:; day p.m. mind, tho noblest order of mechanics; fay tho skin m'til tho quivering heart t years, and whoso name occurs they come.' quietly, are pursued even to their clubs."
: .
G. 1'. Y
()(; Pastor. I
XU, w These '
they aro the creators or rather the in- things to me are in every modern book of travelers
"Young humorist of the
: ;> Pegasus peaceful chimney-corners by the Tho library of Cornell
:? Sunday School each Lord's:: day at 3 struments that carry out the inspiration the sources of tho keenest and most i in that region, has lately returned to Ticklevillo Te-He, is of a poetical cast. perfidious devices of University
commentap written
,p-in.. F. P. BARRY, intense pleasure. Why, I do not osSes3Cs an manuscript -
Supt. of the Franco with
,-'. architect""They presume tho manuscript; of a Ho sees the comic picture, and his muse tors and of cranks! In the meanwhile, on palm leaves consisting of 105
do not interest to tell you. Because 1 do' not of the Thibetan ,
in that dictionary
me know. on yearns with a big yearn to tackle it an experienced few ally themselves, strips or leaves, each seven by one anda
". OFFICIAL CrfiECTORY. way,"said the stranger, shuffling off the But I do know that they are, which he has labored for a quarter of a l lie does so. The next issue of the Te-ile with supreme but transient (enthusiasm inches. fastened together by a

.. lumber pile and moving off, a palpable and that the appetite increases every century, and which IK is desirous of i is brightened with this to Frederic Mistral Pushkin quarter
.... jeu d'esprit: or to to cord passing through hole in the centerof
:. .-- _ hint that ho required no more of 'ear. I have now in my body a bullet having in Europe. will be
conversation.This my received on tho field of Gravelotte, i in puhlshet, French and I .The man who takes things easy; Oar Khayyam or to Amid; and an inexperienced each leaf. The writing is done on
: City Olllrerx.Mayor English. Who takes things as they come. many strive falteringly each side of the leavesby etching the
where I went not t
to fight for Franco
incident left no impression en or -An of the cost of bookmaking Will find when old and
; -J. C. "' :Us. example high wheezy believe that they were acquainted with characters with a sharp instrument on
'7 for Germany, hut to see men die. But I That avoid his
Aldermen-W. W. Sapp IT. D. Miner, my memory, although I frequently have 500 years ago is furnished by a things home. |the Rubaiyat before the date of Mr. the palm leaves, which have been after
passed tho new building on my way to never yet seen n man fl from a bill for designing and writing a manuscript I A man must up and rustle; Vedder's
illustrations and
: George B.:: Pj.ce J. G. Alvarez, J. M. great I have that the ward rubbed over with a black pigment.
office I of though spent days Mn-t make things spin and hum
my saw no moro the redeyedman. height in the year 140:3 which was ; liary of a half-OermanizeJ Frenchman,
Truby. Ono fine Sun go up, and tho work- And then in lft':tierce issue
by recently At the charges madein
; Clerk-Walter Will tho atracted men creep like flies from plank to Hc'l catch thIngs as they come. submerged in a speculate ind singularly WONDERFUL PUPPETS.
announcement of a balloon ascen- i this bill tho parchment, the
.. Treasurer W. N organ. sion at Baker's Beach, I strolled out to plank. It has been my misfortue to bo miniatures, gold-plated writng. "This settles it The chestnut is now [t cheerless philosophy, representsthe
Are Jolntrd"
intellectual for which their They no an to Execute the
Marshal-K I). Wall. that picturesque curve in tho harbor'sentrance. absent when those accidents occurred. silver nails, ink figures seventy smaller full-grown and ready for ten years'i fOOl Most Surprising Moveiueota.

Asessor-T. W. Sweat. As the aeronaut took hold of and I have gnashed my teeth with disappointment gold-plated nails, a gold-plated silver service in the pres. It's a greatgrotesque a 3uls Atlantic.are craving.-Agnes Kt-pplier, in M. George Bet rand, a talented paint

tho parachute and gave the word to let when I read how narrowly clasp, sky blue satin and binding would a purely American snap, and ,r, a pupil of M.\ who some

k County OfllcerR. go, I saw the stranger. Tho expressionon I have missed" this crowning quest of amount, accordipg to present value $IS', :Dne which, so far, has evaded the notice SPOTS ON THE SUN. year ago Bonnat a largo picture
his face was one of intense, and, I my the miniatures themselves going atSO. :f .Max O'RelL-St Paul Pioneer Press. called "Patrie," which had a great success -
County Judge-W. F. Malphui. He ceased, and I confess I felt decidedly might say, malignant -American Bookmaker. has in order to
given painting
concentraton up
Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks.;: uncomfortable. I realized THE ORIGIN OF COAL. (;fntemn. You lift. '
Uis were fixed the --
9yes on bespangled thct devote his attention exclusively to the
SherifT-1); L. Alvarez. however sane Lo Mour might on HUMOROUS. I began to rain again soon after dinner -
figure of the athlete with ferocity construction of life-size which
Tax Asof\ssor-.T. E. WainrightTax which not alone astonished a butgave other matters, on this business he was An Idea of How an Individual Bed of the and a disgusted citizen of Detroit, puppts
are so jointed as to
.. Cullector-'If.: :M. Hale. me such a decidedly uncomfortable a raving maniac 1 made an inward resoLve -Patrick-"It's: mighty quare how Fuel I Produced. who came down on a Woodward avenue movement
Coal be of the most surprising kind. The Figaro
Superintendent Schools J. L. Hill. that I that he could not tempt me to seethe t things do run in a fam'ly sometimes, may regarded s essentially tram-car beside an old man remarked: |I
: feeling involuntarily stepped
; which has taken the inven-
upper apartments of his house, :lke. .Hchael-"Yi- its so Pat :oqj posed c moro or less crushed and "I presume this is owing to the spots : newspaper
County -"ul'\'yor-W.II. Edwards C.E. from beside him. i
lion under its
brought together -
remains of the leaves patronage
Now there's Mrs. compressed "
whatever tho has |
inducements the
_. '' ho on sun.
County Commissioners A. Knight. "I am right, and we ofered Clonakity-shl I'
away go yesterday influential audience -
branches and an
al stems seeds of different
The working of his 10 I right, it "Hey?" called the other, as he put his
i savage chiler-an' i '
D. 15. Knight, K. A. 1'oddV.. L. Pin cried aeronaut, and the crowdcheered and
with her kinds of firs, catamites ancient club- |' to s \e hear the first represen-
foam upon his compressed lips, tho was just same molher- to his ear.
t" bolster, :M.: V. mith.h as the graceful sphere sailed Light. losses of the type of Lepidodendron and.Siglizr band !i tation. The figures produce a striking
cenching of his muscular hands, and "Spots on the sun!! yelled the other.
skyward. Under and over tho bar tho
.. atmosphere of with which ho -"How do you read minds?'inquired and ferns. The great majority "Hey? Spots? Where are tho spots?" |i effect on thospectator. whomight imagine -
aeronaut tumbled, now holding on by bloo of these l them to be the characters in a tale
dude of mind reader. "Well j plants are
: State: OiUcrm. seemed destroyed the a a horesponded "fowerless" "On the
one arm, now clinging with his toes, aunt"o
f Hoffmann
form and life.
and indicate dense taking
.:- Governor F. P. Fleming, Jackson still leaving the earth farther and bouquet of tho Burgundy and urged me with great delheaton. "I they a vegetation The old man rose up, crossed the car,

s- ville. farther behind dul to pet away from this morbid lunatic as first get the mind"-then ho stopped for growing in low, marshy situations, looked out of the window, squared A violoncellist plays an air ful
at every moment breath and tho dude for and in a comparatively warm climate. of sentimsnt and spirit; four ,
quickly as possible. some reason around for a minute, and then returned
Secretary of State-John L. Crawford "By heavens! he'll down safely.
get the indications afforded carefully dressed after the fashion of
villo.AttorneyGeneral "I sincerely hope ho has seen somo lIpped out.-Washington Star. Putting by the and said:
Crawford lie's not unless-unless
nervous, theo the coal the execute a A clown
ne stabbed to death," I "else -Editor-"You said in your report p together with those "Can't see the sun 't alL How did opera balet
.i -Wns. Lamar, Mon parachute should collapse. Then we'll thought afforded by tho nature of the "underday" plays with artistic 8ki on the violin,
that "the table
,. he may experiment on Ilea groaned under the weight the spots come there?
bo all and won't be whole
: ticello. right, there a and tho of each and a Spanish couple-the male dancer
'of' coal "
of the edibles.
ve. Is that word groaned "I don't know.
Treasurer. J. Puns laC'lenn'y.Comll1is..ionl'1' bone in his body. with tambourine and his with
form ,
seam, we can a good ideaof partner
"You will pardon me, he said, withan used advisedly? Peporter-"Yes, sir; "Hey?
This uttered
cf : : IL7' peculiar speech was by the in which astanets-go through the most varied
Agriculture i the wife had manner an :
to his placed "I don't know.
attempt recover former man young a plate
\Vombwell. the mysterious stranger who, in tho bed of coal Spanish dances to the tune ef the
] I ner, "if I have startled and shocked 'ou.Hut of hel first biscuits on the tble.- was produced. "Have you seen'em?"
forward of the crowd
movement was
i Each coal-bed in fact Espana of Chabrier.
Cof.iptroller-General. D. Barnen.Al 1 am done now. Won't Yonkers Statesman."Have representsan "No."
you step
at elbow. Determined to discover
i rtant-(;eneral-\\"i) Crdar again my up old probably a vast and 'rho the gestures, even
; Long,
thc of this extraordinary stairs and have somo coffee? I you waited on a great many lnd-surace. "Oh, you haven'th was your movement
Ke4.Superintendent. I'' display of malignity, I said: somo curios from many lands I would sick people?" asked a gentleman of a nearly marshy plain, apparently object in telling me there were spots on the expression of the faces. are marvelously -

z, of Public Instruction "It sir do not feel well like to show you." professional nur.o. "Oh, 'e "Will place little above high-water mark, the sun? I am not so old that I permit life-like. The exhibition was
seems, :
-Albert Bussel I, Jaclson\ille. disposed toward our you friend, who is now "Nothing would give me greater you give me the address of some of such as we hundreds may see of at the present day any one to make a fool of me." I most successful. I was unanimously

tumbling in mid-air. Is he an pleasure" I replied, hurriedly; "but them for references?" "I can't do it. covering square miles at The other now looked out of a window applauded by those present Curiously
I enemy tho mouths of rivers like the Mis- I have tho
Qt rival ?" you must excuse mo this evening. A They are all dead. I don't know where great and assumed a careless air, but the old enough never hoar
: yours or a professional sissippi and Ganges. The of M. Bertrand much
; _.,. L. B. RHODES, "Ho is neither. I come here, as everyone j journalist has his night obligations, you they live now."Texas Si!tings. "underclay, man was after him with: pictures so spoken
immediately beneath the coal-bed, with of as I have since he took to making -
else included, man, know. So now I must regretfully bid -Shoo Dealer (for tho sake of adding "You come into a car when I am
yourself young
i its innumerable roots, is the i I add that M. Jules
puppets. may
N hoping that ho will fall. 1 am candid you good-evening." the strength of another favorable opin- veriableold minding my own business and begin to i
i Attorney at LawSTARKE soil in which grew the tangled jungles j Simon, who was present at the enter-
enough to say so, and I presume you are Wo parted pleasantly enough, but ion-"Ah, madam, but olbat shoo is of ferns Calitnitet, Lepidodendra and talk about spots on tho sun. Who are j tainment received quite an ovation in
t .: hypocrite enough to declare that you when the door clanged behind me, I fel simply perfection upon your ;foot. HigiKaria, which clothed these ancient you sir? Dd you' want t get mo up to i I recognition of his personal success at
V like a man who had escaped James, how do think lrs. Dehoof's pick my pocket |
FLA. hope ho will descend in safety. aiger's ycu !
,. plains from the margin of the ocean to Berlin.-London Time's Paris Corre'spondent -
.1-' ).( "I do with all t den foot looks in that shoe?" Now "They say tho rainy weather comes t
hope so, my Clf'r far-distant The
-- certainly
-- ---------- uplands. actual
'! : heart," I replied, warmly; "why, no one Ten days after I read the following ina (anxious not to fall short in his the itself represents the slow and from the spots on the sun," explained'I,
: but a fiend incarnate would wish that morning paper: enthusiasm) "Immense! Ialer'sBazar. gradual accumulation, through the other. INTERRUPTED MEMORY.Two .
enormously -
Commercial Hotel ? Name the !
i "Who
fellow might come
yonder daring long periods, of tho leaves '
VIOLENT AND SHOCKING DEATH op Tnb'orLD.UE -Johnny--".My book, pa says that around all the time, and I haven't heard
grief. branches, trunks, and seeds of this
The stranger smiled, but tho smilo A8..ssr: honesty is the' best polc'y. Is that true vegetation, now hardened luxuriant and of any spots on the sun!" Remarkable Can* Recorded by II".

Ophite) Dqwt, STAKKK;, I'LA. was sardonic enough to como under tho Shortly before noon yesterday a strange man pa?" Munnit'aggs-"Ves, my son; i The citizen got up to change his seat; torical Authorities..
before asked and obtained permission from the contractor there hadn't been honest people in the compressed into a mero fraction of its I Ioriginal but tho old man pulling him down, said: From an article. entitled "A Study of
head of grimace. 1 have met you of tlio building, in bulk
new now ol by the of
process the "
world, how do you suppose 1 should ever pressure p "You want to work some sort of a | Consciousness, by Professor K. S.
be said morning on Ellis erection on Post Street to tho I
; I'' l'st.flassccommodatiolls.\ ; "one- inspect upper rocks above it.
., street I remember your face now. lloor. He ascended the ladders, and walkingout havo been able to get ahead as 1 have? Countess generations game on me and I know it. I I ever i Wood, in the Century we quote a follows -
of must lived
: Come, I feel rather companionable this on one of the main stringers spoko pleas Yes my son, honesty is a great help to plants and died I catch you within a rod of mo again |t : "During tho Centenial Exhibition -
f before tho dark and
\: $2.00 PER DAY. I almosta antly to a carpenter employed on tho buldln;. .1 man, a great help."-Boston Transcript rich vegetable i, '11-" abigburly Scotchman was brought
It evening. Dino with mo. am Suddenly and without any possible reason, he mold could have accumulated to a thick-I j I
l 'f. Special: rates made to Weekly of perfect stranger in this city, and you flung himsel upon tho \vorkman and cndeaored" \', ness sufficient to account for The citizen made a break and got out;; to the hospital unconscious from sun- ,'

'. :_.f' Monthly Boarders. Hotel thoroughly will bo doing lonesome man favor to hurl him from tho The -.Man with blank book (to large, production : and, though ho had no umbrella, he ; stroke. I plunged him intol a mass
a i man of even one foot of coal but
:: : renovated and run in first-class order. a invitation." though tale1 unaware. fought desperately for ross-eyed woman at the door) "-1 am ; at stepped off the tram-car in the midst of of slush and water and piled great

;. '. you accept my his lie, calling loudly for assistance the mean the census taker. 1 wi.h to see the last we must suppose that the old land- the rain, with the look of a man glad to masses of ice upon his head. As he ,

1 i.' J. KLEINSCHMIDT. Proprietor. 1 consented, overcoming tho repugnance Foiled in his bloodthirsty attempt, the head of the famiy." Voice from inside surface commenced slowly to sink be- make the exchange. He had just I 1 gradually struggled back to consciousness I
i I for the sake of knowingmore stranger with a loud yeil and clasping his bands niath the sea, and tho once verdant rEached
fet the H'm, Ahem"fargc' : first sensation that he
above his head, sprang Iron the anu room-"l'm the curb when the old man came to the was was
: F. f. FIELD this person, who was his head striking a beam in his de tibers cent he was: cross-eyed woman (peremptorily plains were gradually covered by the platform and called out: packed away in an ice-box and doDed

evidently a man of mystery. He named lifeless before ho reached the ground. Thy p to owner.of voice) -"Keep that sal water of tho ocean. Many of the I "Took me for a greenhorn, did you! I I[ \tlren he camo more fully to himsel

: an address on Pine street, the hour body was taken to the morgc and in the pocket zradlo going James!t (To census taker) monarchs of the forest must have fallen wish I'd walked right to tho first inquiry was: 'Who am ? said:

1 ri k Mi'i W V) rk ad i P P@J! \ seven agreeable, and, almost lifting an his amiablo hat, with air, an of was An attack a card, of Albert murderous lo : ,mania Ko Pie 1 the Street only -Chicago"Go ahead Tribune.-1 with your questions* sir." where the waves they till stood their, but bases others were'ithsto I| station, you miserable you" swindler! police Spots Who are For you four?' This he could not

that in the
his hard reasonable exp'.anatioa! of this tragic occur on the sun, indeed! -X. Y. Ledger. answer. days. man lay
which I could not believe rence.-Dan O'Connell in San Francisco Ar o Family Doctor-"Nothing more can L by many feet of clay and sand tranquilly hospital, apparently perfectly rational j 1

:_ J i STARKE, FLA. grim features capable, we parted until naut. be done for you, sir. I havo exhaustedmy deposited around them. The so-called Pretties for ISridemalds. wondering who he was. During aU this 1 j

1 i; ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41 .I that hour. of Silk. resources and I advise you to make "roof" of the coal thus represents the( Gold is such a favorite trimming this time his .friends were searching and i '

t', Yhilo dressing for dinner, I was full U'tIbtng will." l'atient-"But I have been first accumulation of sediment thrown season that it i used on gowns for bride for him all ;
r _ _ I The of weighting silk by tin your detectives looking through
of conjecture about my strange acquaintance. process told that Dr. Blank says he can cure down upon the nascent coal-bed, and we maids, in open-patterned gilt pas Philadelphia. At last his recollectioncame I

i. PEEK & FRAZEE His name he had not given me, salts this is has from been another recently described Tho, but bi.chloride me." Family Doctor-"Huh! I'd' just, can readily understand how it should S sementerie edging the V neck, and the back, and he was able to give his

nor had he mentioned whether ho was a source: like to see him try it. I'd have him: so rich in the stems and fronds of ferns pointed waist of the bodice, banding the name.

married man or a bache'or.' As he had is reduced by water t SO degrees and other plants, and how it should and bordering the full
; ; ejected from the for breach of puffed slee'es .
society "Some in one of Southern
i- AttonicysTatLawandiolaricsSTAKKL B. which is the ago oar t-
for strongest solution years
not appointed D restaurant our uette."-Jury. often he traversed by the upright trunks, skirt This trimming is on silk muslin
i dining-place, I concluded that No. that can ho employed with safety,, etq of trees.-Science for All.A and on others of netwith dotted cities a man was seized by the p

{;_ BUAlirOKl) CO., FLA. i Pin street must be a boardinghouso.Ilowcvcr stronger would be likely to injure the stripes gowns, made over satin skirts that are lice and taken to a hospital where :

', to-the hour of fiber; at degrees B. silk becomes Good for the JntfJf't. Wise Course. toI the folowins story: 'I know nothing I
at ten minutes 3
i' } the foot with gold A
Abstracts; of Title and Real ];stat( Woman think
3 Young m i is bund galoon who am or I from. All i iI
and came
1 L. t.. Law a specialty.Abstracts I dining, I rung the bell of a large, old- rouflh valueless at 40 degrees B. Mr. journal. "I fell over the rail," said the sailor, pretty dres for a child is o f :1
4 tho fiber is dissolved. The silk is well & grand calling, you know is that I found myself on the
< furnished showing everj fashioned house, dingy and neglected- editor of the ? 'and the shark came along and grabbed white China silk, with a Greek key pat
I f, Deed[, Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale, Judgment looking t:a degre A Japanese servant worked in the solution until perfectly paper me by the leg." tern, braiding in gold around the low- railroad platform a ago. I
saturated left two hours in the Young Man-N--no, not exactly. L then drifted into a hail and heard a
t :r' Attachment and all matters dI admitted me, and I found my host liquor, Im 'And what did you do?" necked bodice and above the hem of tho .
pub\ic record and tile Title of taken out and washed. One dip adds; a writer 0:space. temperance lecture goaded into fury by
,k. affecting seated in handsomely-furnished
par the I skirt A wide sash is made of the silk
"I let him have leg. never dispute ,
:j' l eal Estate in Bradford county, Florida lor. Ho was in so I at about t-ight t per cent. to the weight, three Young Woman (with fine enthusiasm)) the eloquence of the speaker I rushed
evening-ress with shark. X. Y. Sun. and the waist is lace "
worn over
a guimpe
-On I can imagine that it must windows of '
I i : up to date of Abstract. once decided that we were not to be treatments give an increase of about 23 Space ; out and began to smash the 1'
with puffed sleeves. A of bride-
:1/ : I without ladies' per cent. Bare hands must not b(used I be very ennobling to the mind, Mr.'er- Proved It. group neighboring drinking-salooli; a consequent -
... society. low I maids at a recent wedding wore small
-: Lose to know all about led
;r in the goods in bichloride of r a5troUOlJ"luk. attack on me by the roughs
,r 'r;.l( IIF.\UQt'\UTtns FOR "You must pardon m( bo sail, courteously working "Do you love me as much as ever, wreaths of blue forget-me-nots in tht .
"for to give you riy tin at SO degrees B.; it acts injuriously to my arrest bj the police and my beiftg "
r my neglect dear? asked Mrs. Gazzam, anxiously. hair, and carried large bouquets of thr
::;!'h-c Iiir.uince= that I have the skin from its acidity.The to the.hospitaL This is all I ',
: I such a hermit, upon strong brought
name aU "I should think I did replied Gazzam. :. flowers. The ushers at the same .'
William D.) Howells recently same not tell At the
;; I aw silk must bo washed know; who I am I can :
1 almost J-w etmreniinns. very
forgotten w'l
*!. J', RI'l'r" f\nt1ng the Liverpool end LluJr'IJ Albert Mour, an American, lorn ofPreach fore i is soaped; any of tht tin flmlJ taarkod to a friend that he (onsilrl.lorlgn 1 I "Didn't I eat two whole biscuit"?, wedding wore enameled pins of forget-: Hmf of the publication of the report of J

.t *ud(jlob\ the Providence and Wash parents a traveler, a citizen of left. would decompose the soap. [ tra\(.1 detrimental to the cares at breakfast that you made your e1Lrpincott'5 ? me-nots in large scarfs of whit reppcJ6iklarper'i this case th\ hospital authorities bail :'i.]
; \gtuu and tins Security of an .American novel]]:t ao; found out who the man was." '. 'f.TE2E2 : 21

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BRADFORD COUNTY '1ELEGWll.pT8L1ILEf 1 CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEE. j ..Atv H'i'1iru, l ; I ge disease lts'* just l lutn ; 1'ii.f Loom-y. ot Mclrose Aenilt tnv. Second Ellvtrirt CoMention.IlKALQt'AKTFr.S : Notice cf I I1eIIp0'tOfl.

tl h-ttvti tl CiMr-il, .'i It is 'I
: i in tTi'it. j ft'e i n l.uifcday ud Fiidry i.iuhts: I lvoof cr Tim \
; | fik-d! l.l.itk ft. Vi-. I It m nsint-s :dmo>t KSfir. i the l-ist tale' tairmnt ala thou h-ive evirbun DFMOCP.AIIC J xi UTIVJ. COMMITTED { .. ' the I>-p3 .t'reur Fi ni'ia, iiltl1 led rn '

:: ) WKKKI.Y ATTifcKE.liRAbFtiKIU'OU.NTY .iJt nly uinMioVf ff liijlilning. mid I ;given i in Melro-e 1 11 ci.iisistfd of :bLC'JMJ LOMJ Ji-Ti: I*' FIORINA, f :- "Acr t.. f rou-h-n e.-nr.'! Lr 1-.r th.- 1 ; ) (S. I hAL

4 *. KI.OKJPA.i.c. The iditorM Trip Jo tliat Flour- lit !Mis U' ii *it-t.| *i in firt'l syinploins uu.. i ii n it-i: ..t14 iis. diali-LMies, I'ebates and singing 't-ai *. Fi.t. Ji; i-1 l.t. 1M")' J *-&rcoratIn cf K.dr.i! .nl C'm i'J"* arnlall h
9 --- acts tt'-r! tUM'S! have
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-. vFI3I': -. JIilit:X City In Company with i l liiiirirr wiisaiioi'h: >:inl U-forc the patient; I 'IIe-tuI 1 : IUUIItihil I music was under i-mit I i irit:.-el i !c c.nivcn- } sct'teil-i'atoryt I iiKtr.srlv .t" iU-r Hi" imui U &PtLLEU: .

% Editor and Publisher.N The Florida Ktat Press l J has tehU wlHided two bourv lie feels as if i ihe mniingt incit: of MNs !Eva Looney. The I IAc.iilimy 110:1 at Ovai:i. -\i---u-l N. !IfeW; : < t Tlie ;>r'rri.! ant I t"tip--ii e'rv I'jIIruad CiMa- Foriiaitt) the r. ft. & ..Co.IItI I

-- J wore) l i-iiX roa-tid i.livt-at ,t Make. was p-.cked with palion.s I and _r-onvcrlion i-l i..c n-otiMliC p-iry? I ft-iv. fo1 111ur|-.i>e (if lul-ii ,r oWiiins opert'tin 't so.

UCflIPJflj $ I .OAE.%1. ,\ssociaiion. I Tl.etiver I is prevu lent I in I Honduras a Ill scl.olnis.I Ereijtliing went off p c.isiinllV.I of the s'ec-nt---------i- r -;'-i'.1! di-tiict of c>tv *;ofSr-ik.-and! ai.d"nnpsr'n.r ft mUio.lit V.lniwtffi in'l'rad saM ord 3 T

unh-Rs jt !;s-ippcrs; lio.n t that untry. or i iI tvei > body vied l v.ith earls oilier I in their ]Florida is heiel-v c i-ieit a-'! duty appoint-t.ilnt3rltralt.. : Ttt i. n-h about six vies. 4&p l-'tOd i \ I emu .('n I ArJ.'Sp: hfcOa

I 'ittfrsil Awrding ti> Ct.f <*< ffnAr ** ill ( The Principal Points of Interest I a cure is found fiom i 1. t Mie loss of lite, it i iiiirii; : pra'ises of Professor Looney aai i[ 'il to lie belt! .it ."--. :... Marion l ) CiU' tilV. 'I ,. .- 'liah hat-c :'!m rirhis <:< nf.-rr -.l l>y 7' U p 11 t.Th Lv J..<.k*.>i vi-J- Ar I 4-p 625a
< 0.! laws .it'
i is rt-poit'-d. will I he :pal1iig.! l te Yhcr. belovi-d and mon -d his, ]Floriil.i (ill i The: i-i'ilpi! (i-i 'to 't r. 'OimltJaI.v ('aiLdia tr 740p th"5a
/ )'ui? Offtff.'Jl'arl'f. F7 ,.. ai Hcviidri'at i Briefly) Told. To be Fully Ap'J' i n by many ht: int.s1ill b.S.rTi... }'lt_ Tii irrcr,' .ra'os S4"pl.C3p I.v IttIdi. ,,
qIIM jqff, r. i predated the Trip Must ] I sehi.'In rs. Jtoiild have done Piotess-i r 'I'llu1)Y.( i 'iii 1 ; -: inn PAY OF snl! (-(.It t'rntt'lf IK>:IP.: r.( .llri-ttrrs far rte lir 1 '0 ttp ... Slaike AI I.Tit.-4a i-5p 3:8a 5Ia

Be Taken. |I A Careful Calling. j! 1 Cheats'beait t I: gooil to have been pr.-ei.t j \.ir. --.f 1I. 'I nil-i-.. };. Iie.bvr.eiF.. K. J>r II tI i. ti.JJpAr Havr.hirte IT -.7u ztJi9a '-

< good to the I'lorMai'l ( A*> ii rule ihedrnirgi.ts i of the f iintry and) seen for biriisL-lt how much time jlit- j next (or. I if c-iif-iiii.s'a: c-s will! :admit im'mediately g-u' vv.! H.iiki. J.>!t.r\V Iitsl.s.<;.: Ahany.J..J.L. tnk.iiC.* s.. 1-iiiia 4ii:sj\i-! i> Ai ?Uer t.tnt ivilJ-Oa sCOa .

j In our l.iht ifsuu lucre appeared a very ; are a ni"st iwreful people They clo PV- j' :rons and stholais of Meliosi Academy i iI' : niter i I t le!: nilj-nu I i1)flit-l. I of the L !cfk..r.. S lU.lev. .1. 1., Fn/t-t-. jr-i> K 1'ace, lJn.C ; a liHnir Ocal.i r-j rins Lv I.v .i4oa S.I

rT ipfilt from the Ja 'ls onvIt'j.TJu ) !i gimd su-i Mint of I llic meeting of the FJor- 'erytbintr with exactness tuid never fail love 1'rof. Looney. After two w f ks' j :state CuIiVCtttl. I' c.illtit! tu itic-et at I the : "T. isftj I j 1 i 14) it ) r Ar Ifanirsa Id SlJa' lIt a, 3 1 80 15 a

inccthit. to inakf n 1 full exuininiTinii be'nre! ox- t j j VaCahi''fl. Prof. Looney will stilt: in Mel-i sMile place o,. XVcdncvl.iy. .t tgu-t: 1J.:}; 4 3J.I 'itpAi It'Shur Lv 7-14 a 04p p
Ji'.t Picfrst ,
Abs>"< idlio5i in Jackbunville (iJJjti; : ;: fc .1
.sinir an opinion. A prominent d li I [ Notice. p ar lavar Lv I
jite iiy- { ;ruse Ars.iitnu' a noim.d Mhi'O ; alresi'ly J tor the purpose h't{ i.oRiiiiiiiin i a <*..ndid tile 7 ta stop
--- < f I the i nuil inei'timi liy the cilizcns of gist writes from Klbo'ton, Ga: "I'leasc 1 i : M, I'ir.-ic 'J tta! S.tfp Ar ttr nin* LT faa 510p
a" Iia- TO THE EfiV
he has: quite number applicants. Miss i to represent t lie! Second!' : \ IXpFBTFIf -
imputation of Starke i j4 mtu-li s hip l y fieistit :*notheieise ..f your in- j, | lat -cf JoenAV. u.-hi.ell.. late of Brad'ord a I I'i i 'lAtlrA i'IV'N, i H | 4
that fihin eity- f the entertainment I Eva L'jonty will give lessons inin&tiu-i| Li let iii the Fiftv-sccond conirrc of I lie j '. --
Ca11'abo unpayable \Vecttnoi-latI's) tali'taynTnnic. ,I 'u1'ty. Stat.ot Honda. decease'1. ill come 7forward e>> i 11-: > a Lv J.u-ksi n-Tie .
smaller] than we liro been Jed tofiipj J mental Gaiuesville hid better look United States of America; to appoint t a j A r 1 $0 g p 635 a
I Ien'J1 liy tIe board of trade-tliecouiliuis It it I be only propiration of tbu ;! HIIIMR. j ; i and make !innieIiit pa> me-nt. and nil 4 :4i p 9 ta a I.v }'trikt' 'iiia .tr : ';'S 8 0

osc. tieitnu-.t l Il y Mr. Julius hayden kind I have seemi that lullv benr" out the; i out for h-r l.uueU as to a Ito! iiitl ,chi'..ol.Gaitievitle j distiict executive* committee to set ve the l lI Ifrsons KoMinpiMimi j'fcamst said estate will ) tIpntnt > 20 p II :0a Lv Cid.'af.m! Ar MOp p 6 3a a -

in-'do .Sun. I i next ensiiini t two venr.s, and to ti-atisztct ; them duly authfiitk-fltetl. within th1 n 4pl2t5pLv Ua"lwl"
the ArW--3p 5J3a
promises V"e
of the Jiicjv>ouvilie aud Atlantic railroad by pnarantpe j I time ic by law, or this notac will be plead j 3iu : '_i) a WpLv: UiUwood I.v
such I business the :
; it. Very truly VOUM, If. c. K<1iniimls 'fThe Mo. ; is convcn- Uir of their recovery. i 5 CSli 7UpAr I'a.U-City s.UalIlOp
c1)lt Van 1'-ltodoos' j
: Powell < Ciaig, Lv B05a
) StijMTVisor reports i.ill of \\iUi! vvas duly appreciated by the nrujr istand rii3'aieian." .Soli I Meteor to limit storo at Hills-! ,' lion may deem to the best intiri"-tis and A. VT BtiDLF. i tilOa. sa j> Ar lianth nv Lv r. 3a UlSp
w. it. itivers.RtIcIIcil'. u welfare of the district. Lawtey, H:i.. June C. 1ii:().\a! i r. 7iOa $20p
in by SJ.OpAr
465 miiiUs$ lluJ J tatke tlistricl of i mciubeis nl the "press gan and tln-ir dal"; ) I.uvi: nn.l asl.ed: the plivsieian in -t:1 Ti.tup.i Lv A10( a 7 3V 3 p
The basis ot representation to saul convention p ArTarpoti-prinsLv VtiaV
fcb n1 families. A new constitution and by-laws attendance ti> give tutu a dose of somethint | :Notice.
; (. I < s. 7int I Sri !
g Arnica Salve. for I1iI'it-rt niorl'Us a nil losenesa of %*. ill be the Mime as that design..t-- : il3SIiii trains t.ctWt'flJaci.
vveic adopted by I the iifrNotialion, making The best ? : executive ( an order cf tlie HonoraHf* Coi.n'v fVurt S iraitharid I !a-i ity. > s, 3 and 4 Pullman
Salve in the world for Cuut,, the bovvpN. "He 1 says: "I frit .so much cd b} the slate committee BY tliairsa
j > t li
The population the Law ley, it a penalty forciittiupadveitisingrulcs by I'ruise'.Sores.. Uleors. Silt I'licnni. bettor te! next inoiiiiuu that I concluded: in the forthcoming state a I wilt d for, sell tfe P at Count my re} ft.;dtne jra.tS.rit.'tatt, in sii.l ci-nn-'>f i j n'd '*''.pj Oiv 3!Z daily ihis e\c-iweu bund.TjT'Jfcckionville

( Ktarke at 'yl>- i H j
('hi llaiiis. Corn 4ii,1 all Skin Eruptions me up a supplv of the umediel eta. I \\ e iis-jiccifiilly; snidest that: t the several liief c ttili-. mole or 1 Ii'>s. l>el..p
about 0,720.Fargo) nil tlmt (trillion ot the new cousliiu- and positively euns l'ihp"or no was suipii-ed wliPii be banded me a bot- counties in I I the* ilMntt i .select delegates forthe estate "f l'atd rrovvninsr.; ilwpas"il. aLso the 10f ") al.v Ar Ar 1 *)

lion t kUtI Ii --laws that: will be of interest pay required. Jt is iinraiite.>d to give I tie of ( haiitheu Ia ns Colic, ('lio1ra anti coiigic-sioiial eo'i v&'iitioti at t Lie Mine I, mark and brm.l teoi'girig t > s *id "star W.
X. Dakota, was struck l hy to our K'adeis. It may not be out of place perfect .atjsfa'tiOil, or 11101103' ietunde I Dianbct-a Kemedv. JIf said liii prtscnbpd time ami I iu I hue *-iitne manner: I they st IeeE. i Jtm I 3. 1- !W. A. Adni'i.usfnitor.Ci.-ovvxrvc. 12 21p t:J." p Lv Lv l'a'twin Wa..i: Ar 12 !3 p
1'rlee 2o eents per box. For sale by. it lejrululy; in Ins- practice iid found- Ar 11 7 tt
tornado which to fuy huw ever, that the F'oiida Piessassociu'.ii.n Lrsggjsts. I ItO ritt.i I delegates to the tac! convention ;and ;; i: lb Ar (l in.-s' (lIe Lv 5' ';:s
n on Monday, neailydemolislic i the get or retre. ean[ w: here dt practic-ible for i individual- Notice to Non-resilient Del'eiul- 740pArrKev_ < Lv SWa

l the is on a Rood fooUiig. The testily: to its clliciem-v in my case at all clothe set i-f ( de-rte. with ( alit. i :NI -l j mul- 11 1 .,I.-
I < city. The thirteenth section of the Census; events." For sale l by W. H. Rivers. economy) on? | s. S'tic1 traiilittwesti

-- -- -. -- I members understand each other and they net of March 1. I8h9, makes it a mi.demeanor. authority loser ; in I both conveniions.In ) I ( : .v ciRf-rrr: r-ouRT. n'\nFor.r COUXTY, J.rksr.r.iiI.aii!
Gov. Nichols of Ixmihiana has mean business in what they have under : punishable ba lute of oOO. foi The Louisiana lottery. bill, as amended accord with a joint resolution) (pissed PLOKIl.: --IV rriAVCEUY[ I-t I :'-,t Nt'It' -, -"l--,-. 'KstiNH.LE_ L'R'tii.

taken to flo.An any supervisor or eaumeiuior to commi.icate t-. the committee I lie amount I lit I the conference at I Tallahas-ec. .1 U ne 10. | 1'.i ii:. l\ -"Ii- t)1_ -- '----- I a ; hi
incieabing -
by ---
You -
vetoed the lottery liiH. The Jp 'isUtttrc recommend that the ar 'i'a-te" i-1iij---J| I ef"-e ITflrt: ..Tnnti 1 ::1 J a 41"> Lv Jne..tvilIsAr ---.--- -
i ; I respective nun- '
iuvitition fiom Mr. 1\ M. Jolly in to any pirson) not aulhoiizei) ./ receive to be paid fur lotteiy privileges 130.CHK) we |: l.iy in Ai' -ij-t. A. I) lv '. fti answer. j-'fa I lor j Iti I Hip r.ipAr: r nm' *tina Lv -.1. a4., p -, it
has parsed it any way.A the same information game y him>I per annum, making an annual payment ties holii their conventions for I* election i' ileiniirti* tU- i.i 1 in {-<|i-y fi'.',! :' .tiiist! you in j "j.lii!t Ar Drrn-JiiKlf Lv loop

behalf of the E. T. V. & G. lai'road and i in the perforn ai.ce of his (duties "it is'I| of fl: loO.WK). passed the senate this week of delegates on August 2d. i tl.t-fireuit VulneyJ. f .- '.:.i':.f. r.'gil.oid t'uurty, 1t._r tht. by |I i- Tr 114 N-is .-.. Li I I) unit dl iliilv. '.tid[ train'aQi a

negro supposed to be the famous the S. F. & W. lo Jessup was accepted to not. then fore, within the discretion of j by a vote of 24 to 12. Tne bill was relumed IJy o7der of the d'--tiiL-t democratic cx- II t-ivliv .V j,M--I m...ti* th r\i'.f'' r.I Oii'ity TFLFjj| eeh, dip-cti' n. 1utt-: I lSr&i-.Cfl Fenandina and*

and the supervisor or enumeiator I lo make I to the house with a from ccuiive committee. K. L. A.NDJH-JON, e.nti'it-a to. ';-r l'ubiihILI in ai.l i : ti'-eWi.-k is vi.i tan er, ilepincars Eruns-
Chattanooga; return to the first anniinl message e.un'viv j ie, a> .1( Atu! -ta.
IJoh Brewer has been captured l public or give out any p-irt of the I information the s-nale asking concurrence in the Gio. II. WILSON, Chairman PS I h mt S'II er ia wlii.-ii t'.iis. order shalt heph
med ing of i the Confederate Veterans. I t-hislie'Ijtwts-t it 1 I tv1-S'r2N: Itvx
Live Oak i. blained by them. This s.j-phes; amendment and this mammoth swindle; Sicrctarv. \ : t 2 )
at l.atvl
U111)SOlgCdlfl|t jail. iity aoilt ml'seat! ofat1 C'inmit I 7 I ,
aL .I.t.- Ar"T
Forty-nine of the editors and their wives with (-qua1 foice to local authorities tu- j''is I likely i to I be ngnin authorized I by the I ('ott I t tdis JalA." It. 1'-b: '. S' r> .SliaLv I'IiIV.Uoim'le! (. '"p 3 4i> p

Professor accepted the invitation and left in a special duiduaisaud newspapers. i slate ot 'Louisiana to do business. [(&1UL! V.VEFK*. I 4 :. -i !.> ,, ,ir Y.nti.Ito in| Lv\r Tllop_* Iip 229 7 so p
of .Melrose has a
Looney 'Jerk of Cireti't: < nrt. j .51.1 SKJpAr Ti'ala---o-e
car on Tuesday night July Itt. at C .30, -- SHIP YOUB i I* n: Pii'-rE-, *. l.raili'urd; C< ..El.rj..i! ; "* "a) "J'M'Ar' Q'in: > Lv I taip 5IOa
made a proposition to teach the The I'ulplt and the Staze. I A carpenter by the! name of M. S. I's S.ilVifor. !11' Oa 4t5pArravi r Ju y icnl.v I.vliKp If 34ra

Staike school arriving in (ThatttnooaVeduesdiy evening Kev. F. M. Shrout. Pastor United 1 I'o" ers. Ml fiom the. oaf of abousoinKast : { i l .8 pldll'pAr ret-'i-.i| Lv 5fta Wi 23)a
months for
eight 3,000 in lime to secure accommodations Iliethrpn church, JJIue Mound, Kansas, Dc-sMoines. Iowa and sustained a ?i ti(>c. j! 2. eo a Ar >lor'ile LV 1to a

dollars and get supper before dark. Sight seeing t say."I feel it inv dntv to tell what a painful auul serious sprain of the wiist, FRUIT and VEGETABLESTO rEal, r.\ny .I\VK: sA ssEr:. AND ?AMUEL } tii9ar: to a .r Y.'w ()rI-rrtq Lv tt,., j,

wonders Dr. King's Now Discovery IMS which he en led with one bottlwof Cbamberlain's ''j 1 SVS EU. It- r.nsbad: a il IiKv \t'ati'rs. art 1 Zajr'.ry-.. 7y> p

Ex-State was in order, and without waiting for a done for me. My 11111i s were badly diseased Pain Halm. He says it i is \V. w.itirs. I Icr iiiM' 1. a d KIa:! VVatir nn-l e2: t .* r ti'tinsarj- Lv hvlIOa

Treasurer Archer of second invitation the party went to work and my parishioners thought 1 Icon [ worth J5 a bottle. It coat him 30 cents. I'om* \ hrr liist.itl.w1ur.-si.e' in DeillixkI'uiiiity. 7i aAr M. l.on-i Lv 7r-np 73.: :.
Maryland was sentenced to five 1<1 live oiflv it lew weeks. 1 took live For sale by 'aii.. niveis.Attention Slate .f lli-orpa. and! Irer Ic-itiur. It 'OaAr ti.ic:' .. I v 'j .V) p p
to thoroughly enjoy themselves. A trip I wl.k-w of John I). I.fitir. cixt'.i.sed. uhe> resides i iin -
bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery and I Ft"iid.i, and t ( Trains Xos I. *>.9 nd 1 ctodv.
tntiin Jrincr Ptid Eizz! ('rinprnn 'fc.l land 2
years in the penitentiary for embezzlement to Cameron hill was indulged in before a am sound and well gaining 2i<3 Ibs.I inweiiht. I Veierans. '1 I 1 Al/ada Crineran, I H'IarifS( "5Ve rullinon vestitr.lfd cpf pirlr cars .Iat'kciti .

- b single tired and sleepy bead could go to ." Arthur Love, Manager Love's After consultation with a number of: | BARBER MARTIN & Co ;I ( inner nn 1 Hi nrv tiiu-er. minor r idreti! ofI I a-t'ai-1m i e ti, ?('irt-launti r-r? p W tii !. sit S. t'a-n'r -
Win. J. M (drini : e Y) vrts.'tvii ii,at
lit-eel fotnati'
Funny Fnl k%; ('otulditnhion wiite1- After -r <-il\\hoivsfilt) in Hi-Hook n.
: ex-soldiers it has: been (dete mined to hold
rest. The steep incline of about a quaitcrof i ( oun3'. S'ate of Georgia, sinl u'l t tl.ers: ivh,I > 'TTt-iNI tVEC.CvI'T': -
trial and LI!
a I
thorough convincingevid
alan of Ihe Second FloiUa! :
a re-ti t Ij 1 -5'--'il
SM1V ititt-
Chicago and other northwestern I a mile is made by what is theie railed ence, I sun cou'ident Dr.) Kinir's New at Ocala 011 the l th day of Angu legiment >tnext. I CHICAGO i j I \Vher.-a'-.. --atri( Ii I rrinor.: a' the ndmi N'ra'rJri : "-:' ::';it' v :ii tS ... 1v.v ,vivo L ru'c Ar 7 O t p B t C a
Discovery for Consumption, I beat* then, i i-t \iij. *! fJnm- p ii Ar 7 p 5 ?;>' \
cities are suffering with the heat the incline cars. TlicbC cars have low Ii r. Uleof Cu!!<>ck tO li, B ", ,i I v ity Lv
l 'I7p :3S3n
all. and limes where everything else County. 5ta'st'r firyrci *. ilti-ej'Sfd. hrs n--ide
the mercury htanding at 100 day back scats so that in any position of the fails. The greatest kindness I can domy The members. of the regiment are urged |f ai.plu!i.'ir to m- for <>n i r !br to s--li thej, 'Howt Iti i-I'pAr, V.'NIo-'a..!T-r 441a
to intend, sis it is intended to perfect the i'T.pser! ) e-1 l.niiN S ti'Ie l itt th' ltYa
after car the passenger cm sit erect. The carclasps many thousand, liienus I is to urge References any ('OlnmnPrialgency, Ur.idf'fil-iuii I ? Sr.i'i'i'f } l.aia.. l,. Iiiiijnu a : a t>p Ar J'act U 711 it t>
dav.ho Ivors' totLeest
them to it.' l"ien trial bottles Sm v organizition.Snrvivois : : i I D9flr'r: \tt- r.'i
an endless cable vhirh is worked L try at also IIeiI ii'i-'t A' I Hiehaul Via -tei'f\Vtn J M. (Crl tl. d.ea.l.. for tit eisp
druggists. Kegular sizes iVc) anil; $1. 3:t of olhe) -r organizations are inviud Starke. pii-jxv ii dailv_ ?%fl. 1 IMS liillmnn

New Kra is the name of a nowcolumn by a powerful engine at the top of the to ;tI ttiiil. -I jKini I *. a" ha' me h--n-s-sit -. 'fsml ilii et'i! 1 s". i"Vpjws i-f'v-- n Jit'ts',evil e ,ti J Maccn

lull. There WALTER It. Moottn. i .tin! 11 it' f |''u-i o-e of |* .\ ii llit? ". < f j JI,a'r-e fnailpt'nN r rrhii-! T.i-t.
arc two cars alike when one James Ii. Swigert. of t'ai lisle Springs s-13'| '
; T- *f ofilc--o .
i eight L saiiithvv* r < ':..irter PJVire. -t. ff"r ITojaa.D"t .
page paper just is vi the bottom the other is at the top,, I'll., is I the po-sesMir of an o!(l turke}' gobbler Late (.'ol. Commanding.Lnke II ff *. tI: mn Ia.Titvftin.-. '<.vns.'j;> "ii iiiM.nt'j.> ] t't; (not of Ht'j-aa tret' Ji'-' SOTH ille.A. .

started at Kntetprixe, by Mr. R. A.l. whicli is now doing I the duly of a City. Fla. THE TRA'JELERS HOTEL of ra-' I tMft'titi tv (> .'.t-t s'/1 ; J> 24 t'|, "iSlt-J O. r.TacPonr.elf.
and they always meet half way up the fowl of the feiniiiine gender.; Mr. tfvvfgcita j K*. 1 i.-->t* at.I' itrefor' ti' itoulv :iiid .-tIitit'tI C. E. rjTsx'.veft, ts. i A.T.'A.
Ianitl. Success to the Era. hill. These L Cholera: itif.ttttuizhi-4Iot, its terrors i Hllptr- -u- ii e1i'ti*-! ti eur.i loril'8rtt anil hiiovCiiti" ,- < : n ?' -< ? rr.
cars arc t>o nicely arranged few days imo missed the gobbler (but'1 since the introduction ot (1i-ittila-i-l mjr,' Corner Ka> :iiid Cedar Si reel*., '* if ii"> iti hfivi '-n i Prile. H.C. Pefinrgcr. !, .

I that theie never his been nn accident onthi I biibscquent Iy found him in a tk-'ii hatchj j Colic (.'hi'ilert and I Diarrhu'.i :" i>r IIAV or AC .-c-r. 'Ir I : .P
Fie people of JStarkesecm: to bo inir u nct ot t-irgs The old Icllow MIveiy I Ueiiudy. JACKSONVILLE, FI4OIUI)1%. at ntyiiUHi-m tin- Tent t't t-'t-tri,**. In the Com tv | V-'Vr Q.C'_ 'c"P, 'I'l, TrafHe .
4 : > road. Once on the hill the entire city When that rrnn-dy is used and. I the truilment o !.i-.t.r.i.! Pt mat't-lt.-k! :t. in t r s 'id .- 'pv .

b determined to have a first-das:? i ichool I lies bi'foie you and it is a sight long to be contentedly, and M ems greatly pleased as diiwu-d with I'ach bottle i i'< followedacme j -<-tt- uill) h- ,,troi'.l. tr.i't. cthis; ,i.i- e ciji.'i 1 1i ;-:: :
with doing the duties of a mother.l is: 1h- EtaHi. 2I r. A. W.Walter s.- KRICK HOTEL Latrg! jilt ti eon: li-h'-d m Ui" J.riilfurt U' !"." Tn.'ninpt i

Tlie IiKtitute building lias) rena iila-i'eti. A diIi of cicam or a cool u i j piomint-nt merchant sit W.ilter forts ihmore. eNiH'iiM.-eh'Hi-e*. Omveni'-i- iat-.4iy| n> V.-JI..IP. fii"'! -'i sn l f' ctl' '

been purchased and will be fitted up drink U indulged in and the Party is lendy >oeli. bnrr, I !L.tI: ; "It I inid; i ill v bihv | to nJl Depots and es n-i .'t-i.iily: a'htl'te I c Start.iisro!"-.'u-vevv.itij-u.t.i. '...aItt'. ri-iLi.s.> i't U .:'"-fr'-. ;-;J.'ti'f':,t Ita-r Wi.iu tui- ,* !I

to retain to the city and their beds. At I The I transition ft nut long, I lingering I boy of! eh'b ra I ii fan Iii iii sifter s(>\ <'j- l to TUNSICNT UUSIN1>S. } ; uti'tby f'in.N- mv han I r'i.I .-4l if ('o.a t.u. Ju v It, ,'. \

In good shape by the beginning of: and painful sickness to is)lust lie.illh: I !- other reiii dies h id. tailed.! 'I he dull I was : iil IIHIIIK, i-iut.; _' sir tim ..Iiia:> T il>i is f-fi'i-l aIt I-hi V.M: t'. LtLpttcn- .

the school year. The building i is 8 o'clock next morning the party: is met ut I marks an epoch in the life of tlio individual. so ljtttI'et J I-c set ineil :ilmost, I beyond tiio In* t Tins lK>u-luasluit Itir j-iit-! 1 atil! <.!-t-r.1i-7 I; I _[(sjljALi 4*..urivil JeIgt'. F T

the parlors of the Southern hotel by Mr. Such a remarkable: event i istrf.isure1 Hi.l ol )biiinan hands or iech of any )me.-) '' IK H ?3! O1' .1 1 lll"! .i.. Ii l tO-Hie tllllV | finti i'il :

offered by the corporate company II. S. Yarger, a member of the board of f I in the memory and ihoas eiKV iciue." -"> smd ..Oc-ent)) bottles for sale I bv I-ih--to ?-'. )M> a ljiv, tviiileLI.*' stt tcis littler tiIt: ; 1SPZ'S --a1.; _

wherc'iy the troo I health; has been attained \v. ii. nivas ;i IN t'i"rstcF; v J>r 'ic'jREOFui!: : ;: > t'.
who own it free for the ue of ai..: trade and executive committee, who bad I i'i* *iiati'fullv I'lossa !I. Hence ii i is- A Child Killod. This is the ONLY ALL YEAR HOTEL I lv ri it.irz-.t-ili, JaTa.4. it ttsrJu-s- L1L-; JL;!

school this is been i that so much i ; !bo.nd >raise of lllee-: AND .NIY; JJiO A I'i\ I t!I." ,- "i r'h Jtiiiifi I i 11 I iii-i t ot"tII S'atf >f tioi i |]
that in :
public, ; a most :lilcgnted by body to aftir |
generous Another chi'i': l I 1
I.t > iile'l l.y the iisr> or OMiatcs I JAeISONV11.Ll. id.i.! : in iut iiui'erv f r t'r i''< iid i'n'.nty 't. Ki
offer and will be j the Florida editors. Mr. Yaiger welcomed (tri<- RitlPis. Smany: feel they owe their j;i veil in ih' i. 'i'iii so'itbin! svi nn ] i th<- f I i' i' iot Jtitui A. J' T- tt r. if, .t .--lot' ttci.ittli I-
probably accepted restoiatlor. to (teal tth I to t Ito iis of th<* l .Ml ci'izetis! of Kl"i! -i I ui are at !lu'int* ther" T'lfII iIi l iivtut :
Whv | < tii it* C tirt t'l .-'.unt I
by the honorable school the P.<>iidi; people I in behalf of I the city, (Jreat Alterative I i iiiit 1 Tonic. lf\on t :miroub'.id t j ih&ii motne-'s give tiu-ir eli> jul! ron s.i. I j O'ntii'ii..s nuM'ls all'mills.I I .Scctiro looms I-r iuil: where! Jul: tt &I. Jo'i'-tf v. -is c i.t;. U'U i>it a n'Reliftli''i J Mrp
jy P'1' l- sit rlni-.i ug ;% (''ii t littti -\ or teltji.'i'h. k iJ
extended the hospitalities of the and I with anydisoiso of Ki.lne\s, J ri t nrr .ud S T. iirvir. tin :
city < i*' the child fits i-1
peculiar tru'i"J I lui'it.MS .
BURTON K. DAflfl3 uvfendaofs. tl.c' 'uned ;
lizard. This district will have an j Liver or Stomach: of long or sh.tri stl u I j n i -r 4 -it.-i invited the entire party to a trip up the* bios! I by usjiis- ; I Dr.) \eiet 's iiahv Soother.'. I Ii Ir.'I.iittor. Ili.tsi.T tunied ill S il-l t1-r. .*. lit % II at |>ll''. II |
appropriation of something near -1 H)0) i inir, you will sniely Hod lelief bv use of I j It ('iitil't) i o opium I or moi pjiiiie. *">Ul! i I Ii I II i ('hi't't'i t ': hitit-sm: and l t i.MfU! r f >r t-ush. in j
... likotttiyioun1aiiI .it the expense of the I Kit-: -*ti i P.iltors. KoM l atotk* and SLOt) :: bv W. If. HiVKr.s.: hiCO front ot the ( oilfC Isj'sse tt! ir *ii the Town t 4

dollars per month, \\hichoughtto) city at 1 o'clock. In the mean time the I I bottle) atWind ii itIZgi-.hS i "tttko. ja itiit'ufl'v.. i n
.IUMY.. ini-: -mi D.W OF AUtrjsvx'ti.i A. IiJi4t10
make! as good a school as any in the party were invited to window seats in the observations ('.h I :4-OR .% $T.t'F! DEMO'I.T1( .
the Eiffel
at towir > VIi.> TIO.> ATW.lI.A, FIA., i tTi'( lrt>iir i>' silt' iir--crifwd l>y livv. the '
tatr Richardson block, reserved for the ooca- show that at low \c-locitii s of lifu-en miles On \\>diie I'".Ii'wr! rjio] rt\ \iziise north lutlf of 1.iae'iar" .'-. [
Aiiiiiist 13lli I SO.I. .
talon, ID witness the parade. The party an hour or less the velocity ot the wind) ( :at t t of siCti'ni rt-venin t os in-ni;> six f )Utit. t' j .
The it! ',mociiitic I pally of I the st.i e 'it t "* r "M r i'i4'* tw'nui t. i-oril.n-ir-i pi litv IUIVDU>IC r
The district conventions are called I I t then went to the tent and listened to :LeYlcoini1 t the top of t the lower is from four to live Floiiibi will hold a M.'itc! ( ( lit ( lltii'fl at ir. cii.. .>Ior n Mil lim-l as great a* at the top of an ordinary; t tOc'ila next wi-c'k! ml lit the- II l.'iiiltl- li ''spa_\ jug ft/r titits. r: 4 : ;)
to meet on the 31st I in th various j ]\\ aldt'CSS i by 1 lion. Xen Wheeler j jin I building siMy-nine' feet hiuh, but as i the on Wulncsd. :.iy. August 1" !li. at I'l I :; 'nj! > \t j \V. T WEEK- |[

districts of the select delegates i bcLilf (if the mavor, who was confined velocity I inciea es I this difference dccie-isc: o'clt Ck, m fer the toli'iwn.g i pnipo.sis ; i itiif I ITo op'io-iti' t'.c I I i.tttk. ::s a firsticl.'ts's July !<, ->. Ij't'ial ia.ter,

comity to iHi'iiiiuie a ( aiidid.ile l..r t.e! otlioeof : < it. It uii! lit in i iXexvYoik
: r st.M5ia!
to Ins Led, ai-d I lie response by the Hon. until at high veh'dties the Jiffcieice is : tkrt.I.rcoIiSt
Justice of I the () .
the convention Stipr. inc Coin ii'l" I ;
county only two to stxli'.iinl n.'iincil 1 afterii
ns ) one. : '
Join I 15. Goidon
ii of I the Confederate poniinntest! c mdi.i ite for the o'licej : : inUrt'tel to th- estaft- oIJdiu R:
which meets in this -- < !(.* of tinI I ii'ut'st rtst :111 rant '. in lliat I.oiiiiifrtlle
city on August5th Veterans which shoit fifteenminutes'diMourse j of (Vmptto'lir to fill the v.-ic-incv ('itlt-.dd Iiert'laii.ittIei toeoi.i-'f..rwtrtt an.ttd' .

at II I o'clock. At this county was the grandest ever Xotifyongo Is Life through worth tbo Living worM'a? : dyspeptic. !jj l by the risi-iiiatiou, of the lion! W.I 1). 't-ty----''The Uairy Kitchen.*' n- iri..t tii-: Sinn*, fs-i-ite and *nil are("Ors'esiii re.1.ired hitin ta t rt-s-n : _____

l listened to our countrv and Dr.) Acicer'i I Dyspepsi.i: TabU'iaio : li.lllies: ; i I thein. ili-lv iiiith-'iricittil.! witbii the time rtihiJttt *'.1 '
convention will be in much
delegates elected we
And lo I Iraiisait: : such olhcr htMiics.s ;.s r b.i Inr. or his; !lie I in oar c'LLJ
positive on in lot tbo worst foi ofDyspepsbi.
to attend the ttate anil congressional r egret iiit having tpuce to puljlirh it iuflN Indirection, 11 ituleney ins r.nd ii.nv' come be fore the convention. j "f.tiiUnota-e. \\itlbu pte.vl in baroi'tae'r I>. It.l VI.VARE7 rnovtrv. '

I! J- Coast ilatiOlt. Guaranteed and sold I bv he scveial counties in i !>t. state will I Shtrittjnd j -- : : r. -

conventions which meet at Ocala on 1 0 \V. H. llivi.ns-. si Dli t d<-lcii:iti < to t the convention on t the Juno 2i', Is"-), Ft': I'fIIL ) .tdniinL'-tratc.r : .
1'roiiM'tly t at 1 o'clock, i in charge of the --- -
I :
Aug. 13. Tlie state convention will lollovving b-isn: ; ., :: v'. I". a *planilcl tiri'iv
i genial; and courteous 31 r. V.-irger. the Hamilton Disi.tonnuitLCius Spurklcs.the ( j shtr&cf't; :te. I .. "- w -- n.etnf<>r lie cnrfa( -
par One) deli! gate for each one li'i ndreil dciii- __r - I i- "- ntiarr unJ lonl-
nominate a judge of the t.uprelI ts' lioaii'.id I nn elect nc car for Lookout I Mi IY VIRTUV: i>i' A:; nxnctr- : '-'_

Ii i.ear Ivissimmee. I in rcaiic. about ,4 I { I lion K t'fd out of the ( jrtiut C"
Mig ;
ami fifty votis, c.i-,1 for the (Icmociatic! > u't. tonrthi
court a state troll'r) and i mountain. At th live of the iiicliie eamii- 1
conhilt] j ; a 8.(Il-;() acres i-t leelnimed land, the total dates ihe .In < jrMf of loridu iu and f.-r hiroiLrt[ (

the congressional convention w Ill ,! I noisIer wns made to I the I incline cnr, and yield of which was last year 8.325..V22 Ibs.of election on of stale I ticket at I the uciuiiil I I' t '--.ht1ity. in, a ITII- ivti.-r.-i, Itt-wy XitiL iff. Jsiae'L Lwas
l.s'ss. and whenever i the vote of i M in tI.irt. Saiiu.el 3Iii..irL! ii:itt i Ii ix A.V"i's '
nominate a, oongiesiman. From the i ijiretieat I bef-jii.: I the ?.iel could h.-mily be icalizedIhe suirar and 34,81D!) gal k.ns of molasses-. 'lily county, by tets.'mI nf the Prevalence I Iot I- -' I---1-- I t iI I| \ | were I'l.u'ntilT. ?iid Viiril Kdwartis

1 paitv wire taken up the -i'le of tIe The' cane triows luxuiianth I vxithoiit fcr- yellow lever i in t the state at I the I time of 1-'' .. I t ) I i a t pulili'fvn'rT.. ai!:<-TI..H I Ittve or ierie.t i.p-im nfl I is ill '
outlook all of those \\hoj I i l 17.111g. and I I the average cost of prepiung I the said cleition -- --I'I I -
I steep mountain I htec-t1u-i tcif of mile I was rciinccd I I.e'ovv' j its'I 1' ._ ; I MtNL'V.5'ril} till 1 1Y ,>F AUGUST.; A. D. | : ,:n '.siz J3C.xJt.lous) Clcers
hold these offices u and, planting I a cit)[) is t 10 G 1 pit ;)(-r-. MSfompund vote of I the I --_ -- --'i --i'1 '- jsjo.. rthtsii'e I !< >- hti -iimil'tr.i. Ma irl*. -
jiow SVII(] \ pHTidinggci.cral: diction, i the -- .
prolialih: 'an.l 'Ii ; ; '! i- t ti.l nil '-. Htmont.ii .
iijum the to view the i with iy; i 3t> in Cuba and i24.3i-' basis of lepieseiitation fiom. such I -t- I. : l.'I't' :i t'-jjal: s-1 d iv. in ft-out of tl.( -
l be nominated county'i I IVuit Il'iti't- I he To vv-n I'fSuiiki! in eti.t! : :
to the) l in ? coantn \
onVes. Louisi-uia. 1 -
same i 11:iiiiigiiilict I st mu-ry. 'Iheie i is no use for i 1< made upon t thv Mine v-'tc in l st(!. j ; :,- i-f Pnidft rd.l flMi't n tho l>cal hours of sate I '

They re all gou.l men and\e pool pen to niti n.j t to tkseiiU1 I st.sgrandeur ; A -- 'Ihe. counties under this rule will hi fczk I tI Lt' f.iiot! jii ,' ),' 1ir.1.-j ti l"t It-ri izrg ti.ti.i
duty to Yourself. .
entitled i I to I s itt'f'*' t.tim, iir.ttt-i_ Iitat ai',! tk'in.: 10 tl,*
n second term. The jtiosju-rts aieof Uiiioul: : li..n!>s lok d 5ile toy*. ji i is SOP |pti-iiig thu it |.t'oe w ill II-i4! it lepii-M'iit-itioii: us follows : | j I s.iid I Crmrry: "f I i-fa-fford.! to-nit: smit!>i at>t
Al.ichua 2 l 1 her .
bu Mings I like i bud *. nd the '",!tIIltd.II. 01'ilin-u v |)itl w ben) I ilieyeanscci.K1 ; 4 : |iimrt-'i- i>t'-ou huts tm'.ztr&| ',- a d Ihesiuthivcsttjs' :
ttgi gnat lit ittiit! I 10 :ii rt-r tit I ii--, tilt I" __
a \ery tamr comentioii holh for ; ( Uicvaiil 5 a'r .ti i t'i! -t- j 1ii IiIrt
a v tin ilili' l-'i Jib-h uno t t..r I tbo.aiiio j jClay J. f 14. ( .
GASKINS. r '2'J I.iVt---iii ii't' ,
st.iIi _
1 rivir ui t% _
t-ti lesee winding it.s wav .Moundtheciiy ( tthhiit&it ; ( ittiis 5 rig. t-mlm1 -
the county and the state. .'Mill: it money* I Doctor. Ae rs er's iitgl li Isli n tiiittit'.tigittt :H'I S. nioreor ie s<. Said | :,.- ttitnni,: iPtttaie GOJU
and UVVHV iito the mountains, liken j>ilN SHO) :i I'osniv K; enio lor sick beadaebo 0 Columbii; 11 i in.\i.::: IN i !KIIIIH| lltat islv Sj-l Icxtiii it n. Te '
must not lie foigotten that the Mtr- sticm I of unite sm ill Lai h and .ill I I I liver tioii'ilo'I, bev are I 1 DeSoto ? I ii-i.t M7.e. : moment sm.iM: I, swc'-t. eisiiy! taki n and I tlo notti4.o. Duval 20 Kscambia 20 DruscSi Medicines out liy p.iuiilT's! Rtl"il: '>
cst to suceesp is send ; I>. tn :
way to ttun of new objects could I.e si-en and the i I. Al.vjiz.
!l W. H. G idsdcn
g ; llpi-.K-i.: 15 i I II j June is. H She-ritTof Uradford Co _
judgment to these conveiitioi s, asthrrc fhoiMi'iu! nil th? unwelcome try of "all)
may be matters that aboaid" Inniied tlie pnlv lo iudiuiimvtr'tin. ; \\ Coiiiiti :' W. .1 Cason. of 1 1 i I ugh iy:i llolnu'i u ? I OJLaFavette ; IMiysicians* I'n'MTiptfons NotiiM( of$' Iiu'nrp) rntion.) !Sf ; ; ,

will spring nji : which ( all it 41 ( hem fuului i iln; the 1 Kastildvod.. siMt-iT C. Carter 7bnul.sol .leks.'ii I 9 .JttTct stii 12 (t'iivf; '>, C'tuiff'tni'tif tit 1i'llI.'i-tF.I-?- lit I VtTnrc. Is IM'KKUY: 5IVi\ THAT Tillk -.
require brains to \crcc-mc., h, ( :antiionv-,] | < \\itli!) liieavciage ofTo ) (G Lake IU i iL \ itliitt-I'SIi.ti lot'.e a's'-iatt-tl Itut'us-tatit t. -: : -

I)on't send ni'iiiitiiii. wJii-ro UK* "l.itile I I t ;tnvt t lie to the lisirul. making a total of -V2"). for <.c ;? Leon l.'J; _ II i c-ttuT for ti o t.urls.iL.; of tonniusc a vorjM> 5'_ '-:' .1 fi ))7_ 'I'

a man because lu i> a C'l'iuds" was ftiu )ht a gieal m.ii.y Kicks, t Ihe siiiii of *42 > petI I bine!. Mr. Cason Lew T Libcity 2.d \ II 1MVIOHS t loU'i"coiH o 1 I iw of[ tin>uitiMliin.t-r* h-t.tte !i.f FI t'i--T.i.'a..eii-i-it: :Tl.t in IVIIIMt orjioru; -i.---- i --i.. iwd'ndaheo', rna lraerl.Wood!

good fellow, but al\\n\s send a good m spiings! at.d pmij iccs wttet \ Itti i tied h has: only! I lv\o buerl- in cant: '. ;
fellow I I liit: s-el i.i; iive. wnie'i' in lea'ity' wou'dii1y 'liii i..ii liilp.'o ) '' I t'I' IN I I il.I igtl Sob.ii ii. itii d I it-s i>; I pl.i.-ei.f 1,11 me s 't' : Ff ,. -
because he i is u man. :il% iiij| the 11.UK.JIIH; al hiit't iiii of] the (1,1111, i s'l-dl tee ttt sr-irke. I'lori.i,
4< m ike one and ;a hiilf: acres in c:uita -sui 10 Oiasice 111))

TALL FOR- -A rot'NTY m.\ I line i j. Ibe i-itni.d mk lit idZ-!! A l I.Mipis. I lie thinks! lu can sift: -!y ( iiim on Oscco'.i 4 I I'.iM-o (d I ), sjo:4'; : -' s'i.i'1!! lie, tie itiuv ine'oiirijri ot lisa's!*,*; .Ii'I to I ii IntmnsaeU ill ii-g irs, tl.e--! j j

IC' ( HEMOfl.v- CI; I cool >i'iin;. I isstu-s I fiom I bv-iunih i it I KObaiu-N t I'olk:i II:! I'.nnmi Ii.M. ( itji' I I i- Ir' st'. of i s.ndOIIM I > ait 1 ton ir. i P f
I 'Jl.eaiiiouut
ol'i-ipitil Mk i.f
John*) 11 I Santa i-orpor.i
Tin 1tsii,
At Slarkr, Fin., on Tuesday, Auy. :.Hi, paMy: mt iiampii! ubotit a mile \Ve can and Doiiitrttii itntti S .' \ lion hlil lieTtn'I l.oiisrn I lullars ; I sti ntlive '
over tin -'iiw.ince 1C i pCTCOit therci.I 1-epai 1 iijiaflhi-iine i of -ui. i-- -- r_, ui!i wuiiiicrml
IHftO.Tlie moimtaiii uiil! Lookout tonic anil
: .Mount-! 4i ; 4' Dr. .\ ir's; lilool: F.'ivir: for L'nyl"i -J Vohis! i ji( 1 C1otb3ii f s t-lit')jolt an I lh'* l,ul ti'i-e at thf call of ihe Iwxml i ---- - t r f P.. l-rlcfely isa. FoSajj.
1) Iflsera1lc IMI\! uf funl coun kill Hotel I v\as I eat iii-l. Ail cij>"oiatlon i it his: In en lilly; : di-inoiislr tT.d to I in| > aKuil.-i: o \\ altoii .* -- y I of directors as the liy-lSi's of the c-orpor,it 10:1 I f' _' :.ii'-: -- -- -

ty will ln'l.l a iiuilily I'oiiventlnii ;d t ol this t.tmcus ju'ople in 'his roii'iti tii-ii it is .ujieriorlo 1\. thinmtun '! si-alt I press-ribe. 'I htt e '.s-p'a'iti <.r-allco*>i'uoiuf; 5
hi't'i ; S :
Markt*. ni Tiifsiliij Aii-just oili. lbS vva, m-i.'e ai.d a I j I .nl o'ltcr pt <':':iiaton)> blood disKi Gsnts' oi' tl.i4th ..1tyir AuK' :st A. 1>. l9 *. and! shall 11

H rlork a.; in., fur llu;* following t ., ul .rainbli; iiiiidi: io its liih1i-t i point, finm : <'H D is a j nv'uivc 1t11! <* I.'rSVt'lIiihi( The inlliilies will sc'lect I their (li >:::ic! J Furnishing Gootis. 1 i-rmiiij.te The oMittN mi the f 4i! day ->t Auii .t I i. t'U ). p-z flAifjjs
| .urJiosi't. I -ilhi r in n.eetinus l t> sat torp.'r.uii>n hail int t' .
.: To nelei-t! delegates In nllci.d the lieu tour H.iti *. cnn !lfl stII at one! lin.e, poisoning rirois, 1 1 nptio'ix an-i pi.nples. be or conviuiioii-> 'I President ,,Yice-l'ivsident.. oin Secretary tu t i t.oii .
Ma'c tiiuvrntiun tit ( )c.da on \V -diu-sil.-iv. s.i it is Kiid '1 lie hotil I Ii iiuiilh i s the bole svsu-m and may cniisidend best by I the people, j DRY GOODS & NOTIONS I Treasurer.a- d ,\ l>".ird ot: five irectors", vthf>
i-l.iims; aceo'i- 1 builds i acting i I thioiig'* I the nsiul shall transact all the businc-ss of : : .
AuguM the 13th. It yt). To tlioionghh up tlu> ( (iliStitIi I ion. piHy orgtt; iti- the s.ur.c, und -
noiuinaie'iicanilidatu ins 'thu hots for i.C'O'i) guests atulisiunonthe 7 W. II. II i vi:us. lions; and il is rcion mended thai such sluill I"* elected at the ntPt-tiIZ: :: of stockholders to _i
It i tinnlJieo! UI .luMiceof) llie dele-g-ites I be chosen hIiving just leceived n l.nire: .toek oftlie l-e belli0:1 the 1th d.iy of Au iisi \. l>. is1!*), air
Supreme Cuuit and :-audiilih;u I : fnj tlie: | mot impiovi-d method nnd lias till I on Stttir(1-ty.: Augirt t HlioviioiwN.! I we are red j then-after aiui'i ill v on the llr-t Jtondiy in AU.J- ., froprlotora,
office of modi Theie will be no peaches, or practically 2d. or as iirly then-alter ;apnicticil>Ie. prep to sup I- i n-t The higher! : ait-alnt of rrlel>tednss t wiz3___.:_ _.: cisTs.SAVANNAH..
('nniptmlkr. Mild also in ini'.iovimonts.) >>
to attend L j The n-tura t Ii Ill Nothing heicin, be ply your vv-nnt Give Us n cull and insjic l- n hii-h thtcoi lnli t--D---
the this season. There may be a fair i-< to undc'istood IK in i |io"atj.iii at any time Mi'-jrcc GA.
Xniu&Moiiid convention mi tlie' fut was made on the broad) rnilioad ) I i t our srooils before l Iniving eNr-heie. j t itst-lfhh:ill beKive Thousand IMl.irs e\cliv iveof t
gittu.t. a- ciop I in Connecticut but hardly any from any way dictating to the county executive >
lowing day at Ocala for the purpose of r I mott intcu-sting rip 1 I tl I regular The coinmitU'i-.s! ) the Umc or "of h HhYI-:1s: { & J NEll: 'Iaug3 thehil'iiltv ( capital ro.-k-F:. Strong, J ?I.
nominating n onixliil.ito for for taking about an e peach states. southern I place: <' ding I i'u uy. W. KiJery Davis. F. U. 3lort iu. .1-,hn 1

Uie Second DUiiict of FlOriLL..tlo C'uiigrctiS Lour and a half to go front the summit, of crop was killed by the late coldThe their comity nuetirs: or CIII Vcm.I jolts | sT.Il1c1FL.: Moivan. J. c;. Alvztrt-, /. V. I>. )Iirjer.t. I.. (Licia'i. .
: withdrawal of the grenl peach And it is mt t her iccomniended I that when I J C i\i<-liird.: K 1 .ttt-di'r'r, L I;, Kh.Mles..
JJit Mid I'ouiitv cuuveiilion that L the mountain to the union depot in town.Tl.e supply C. Ku-h.ird. Jr Conur J.. i'eek. tV. "f. V.Veks.
meet August lie an, win will cause all fruits to sell for high pi ices county oonven ions aie held, the precinct i'(-i.. K. t'aee. I I., 1) V.uil. J. U. .Alvar-/ I.. C.<*nd by road pns>cs cut iit-lv mitt mei'liiigs should be TIE! BRADFOilD COUNTY '
noinuiMtiiin arot' the -- -* held! :me week piior to !! BANK Itu'l. X v> Hackett. C.V.. RLirr.uhM 1
tort nppuinlnicnt of Supervisor mountain the nbove d Thrums, W. X. MachaiMarke.
of Iti- isiralioii twice and di ubles ujiou itbt-lf Can't Sleep Nights lie Miggesti-d fir convent m ions- :
for Uradfoul count v Aiianuemi-iiH, STAIIKI: FLOIII% Fl-t.. June7. Iit)) -
Is -
for tiiv iiexi t-iiMiing It-yin. several times the com pHint: of thousmds sulffrinsfioui me biing m-ide, bv the

Thederlion) disiiicts i.f The next day Astliini, ('nitsuttiptiomi| Couirhs, Slate Executive t oinuiittce to sccuie ieduced -- Doo.s (Jeueril I -' ; '; -T: ;;11ii
the coiuilv are was spent in ight a i Iinking I liiisiiu'ss.rxchanno I .
seeing -tc. Did you ever Di. Acker's latesol i travel
vntitlfd tiy Kn- to and It tan the I c->nvi'iitiojh .i U. D. ,
tu follnvviii'; nuinU-r <>{ d'-l- in groups some going to I ihe National gush I Jlemedy? It I in ibo best preparation I and special Intel rates at Ocala. j bought ainl sold I OM nil I t princij'il MINER ;- t' ._-_. lbT
-gatt.: -- --
I>Utral Nn 1. Law ccmeterj- Some to Missionary Hidgo and I known for all Lnn.' Tumbles. Sold ona iinf. I the committee will I notify the count v : cities of the United State :itulIIuiopp.

ley. JO_ to other points of inteie-t. positivo guarantee at 2u! and 50.'. executive committees uf suvh i ed net ion's | : I-: :'' ------------i '- -- : : --T-: '
i. Luke At :
.. IJutlcr. 2' night ll.e S W. H. HIVKHS.Tho us soon a'-i tilt a iigi-tl. j I -. c'i 5 't /T!! ; :
: Pulestitu. y fireworks (tutu the liver were vvitne>scd > -0--- County oig.uii/ttion Collections Promptly Attended To- i :::'T-t: : t ?
are notified that ,
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4. Piuvidfiii-e. 11 I and they wue : census rren h-ive found three citizens this i I 'S'- ; 'iLtyr-
guild indted I committee will ULSIN- ; I \ i
nu-et at Ote -
batuiday lit
nl 8 YOL'K & .
0. I'lne Hill SOLICITED & ,- _AL
13 m vxho k
L Taylor S
6. Staike. morning the p-iriy Marted on its reluiiistopping ) p.Miniy own ihirtee'i o'clock p. m August 12th. to receive j .--- ; I,, til, I -- -- I --'.c. ';- -i
2JI dogs each. 1'h_it iiik<-.s a trood I showing cietlcnti.ilnd J. 31. SEIDLR Pie.s't.X. 1 .. ,
iss.t. : znn- : : .
| ticket .
of admission j&i -
?, Hampton, 7 i nt Atlanta I for live hoius toi our county, at.d I it I slu- tIai't tsk-I the to di-lt-irates. *zj v:&ft* t &wir*jfMGjsm'* *-ar" j \ --i_ ;: i ( .... .... .....iai .' I ._, t'l.
I trffeHf :
I > .1- t vtjr>*fcTrf"ii j -
\\ <* rerun)mend the cluhiiu-n ,
various dlMiicts to c-ull I theit -- i i riiLo fir. AF. .'
l\irl. ought to il -
cuiiveniioiison and ithtr I got (ti I the dog ,
pmUsof iuteri question. .
Thur j l. aiiivmg I Ch a i t I- -' t '. S ,
d an.No. .
y. July 31. Ifc1)0, L. bi-lec-t tlK-h I at Jacksonville l\ 11 y 1>.tn tur.j ? CLEARANCE SALE / .t ( ti" : ,
j Minday tuoinini A. IlesDEnos. -% :"rarc
ates fin tIIt) bounty con vein I ton. I ;. vvluie I I -.

J. L. U IM,. the parly bloke going to lit j Nm>ei.Tioos. ForSale.. M 1; .1.H. l'RRt-. I A'ITCHMAKER i .. I : TV--- ,;- C1t', itNiri. i rr 'Nfc.-r.. .," 11

J. JI. JOHNS. Chairm. Dem Ex. L' lit -inc. 1'hank*, To :MABKY.A Or5atiafroin/4/ -- --- _
nn. me duo the II. T. V. & tl.e public I woidi! say that for lhii.sCva E: \\ILL\KI -- : #

Secret ary. I{ foi d ( o. (S. laihoad for iu kii.iluess i nIl tli.r Fiuil i Tiecs, 1 have for ik-li\i-r >, kera. 1 -.VXD-
? Ha ; to Mr. F. )l. j- > .1. S. !.Eu Ai.D. at SPOT CASH l'iHf ij Q
ttarki July_11, 1S3H.) !' .lolly, the genial 'I I this f-ill I 1 1 the tini-st lot of LtConte and 1'. Ilotvroux with ytart to pay,*. NevpIau V4'Z W0Th7 ** 7'm* "i rrj ; _

pa.sM-nger agent, lor his Ivi'ilTn Pear '1'uetever Mild in this coun It F. ot gale reeled until P3.i1/ j' ZASO"T : i t JJv 4 j i: "I 7 ,.. S i-.I I.aks-----
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The Pall Mall Gazette that I'M. courteous treatment ; to the city of ('hzt.fut ty ; also I the Comet IVaron LeCoriie I lor. Hf OnJ7 *3 to SJ bIA'f'- -- zssUis-t \ i
buys roots, S. M i M'AKKMAN. monthly. Bemt IJ.irtrade. / i I - -, 0? Aii-v' '
Gluc-ti recently jHTloimfd u u-inaikitlil,: : tanoo, i favors, :and) to Mr. T. >. Yurj veiy t nrhv. Also a :Sue lot of L. \\OMUWELL. sT.tiir:. FL_%. 'f-c- v .. -'Ltur .ii-, *e )j;

and fcticiebiful I ,pvi alum He u-in,viil,j gti for tpicial utteulion shown to I the .JAl'AX) NUK>KUV: STOl K :::1T'l'lie chairman: and Sec. Send quick I t_;p.-eial attation civen to rej-airinKr.'aJfhe*, tstu.rr., :. :. : Js l'
horn one i1 lilit mule imtientst H il such ;us I tl.e 4 Ooiic.hiu) Otaiige i ) and! I -c.ielaiy! ot eaeli for UAUGAINsheet. / V.'a ha3 IniiJa trie ton nrwl Jen elrv. &r.t'. Alt work ,bb Th-.J.l.i--. -5--'r'Thr.4-'tr-,1' .-
knee <.cia-cd I pmty.I A more pleasant I trip never was IVrsinitiiot, Jupjui county convenii.'ii will con fir a favor Sale /A PUaoa. OdrS22o it r.asciasW.rer (er i"t-h :1..i-' -t.l--' -., : ir.xivra ci.agt .-
tii.d ii'hc-i IVath up '
joint till .
lues and
an artiricul Mibfctilutu two kinds on the limited toGO / S UNO l t:: -
I- 7 U oIJ
taken Mate Conui'ittee by by tta r -c'. aridha'
made fiom ivoiy. Tle patient has' by tilt) purl and ihe-x. will u-iKain i of I IVxrs. tie.. HSM11 as tie "u-ut ji! i.tit ; ] BOW left his bed. He u blight[ in iiovi-lty. liciun_' ;pun it tJaintspeciive I %'b. -nail is worth it, .
vuilkbilh t-ifct spot iLo'memoiy i f ihov \\1K) i : tv\o \ cufiom: the sCd too. i in lie far fat it ro. T..t.t ;
convintioiiIn M e ,
ease, aud 6 ys his ixory knee joint is cor.vcnle :. l !irtci; |>.ili-.l iu tIs'I'r tlu Tin: M'HA \\ iiiiY-M"r: : { 1 KEU tor I the qi-pIe of j. ? CAeapnS3p < t -
>*>u I ilikg-tU-s to l1mtsihaL ''' .
i-i-itt- : 't ill
Bland comfuitjiblc in r<'r )particulars: call Y Pianos sold. n'cn fli-w -
e\erv who I ou or aialit-. $ ]
'ay.v made the It Hinnfit"
tiipso p'eis-uit: : J. W. L.1 1. U'OMUWLLI,, b'y.Tallahassee Oar cheapest ara wvath. 1 r..rE hut it ', lil i
SvmoTix, Vyy' ttitemt'i: |. "
I-'lt.: i duratia. | suiltty tikiu tfieTBr.-: iEiEF
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ESTABLISHED 1877. BR/DFORD CODHTY TELEGR/PII D HI't fcrgct the Guards': ul'pel' ./"Bunker I i'!:.. }Jn e oj 1 e.-ed; Eo ti n'S'IIJP V.rlagtuus fur railway trllp1It'ltiu.n; here to their views under adverse circumstances '

to.mght. in L the I Heu'.ingv. building! competing lines nln-nly ti! "Iel up tII while 1b..q.I" ihnngc their
v:.w-* to ,tp 11 the timt' i.r-worse--h' If
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: -- i; Melons have been plentiful and They are j-rtuaieil: to do all kinds of largemaiketa :il il.e 1.I.t th! ,".tl other: conteiuplntod awn in ere-ts. r.-ciiva Hat! credit for th tr _

ft: liVIE Starlic] I'la.. July 11, tSHO.i cheap in the city this: year. >. tin \vo:'!;. tiut.J \ill M-oticr or l-tirle I sincerity.Tht .
S lie llo _
.1 --- built connecting, t-e! marine ti'; 're a re-s. me "h> coniknmas tbtnrtng
Moon's Dairy :Mr. R-jf 1 Face has rHnrn.'d in
Kitchen nii-l :Nw.fc
has moved n sin yet i>i> unit Local affairs: I into the HeniingWf building. i Starke to tei his ('Id friends.: 'I(f. :, ti'n ''iirs: and. "PC I"!: -ther jit-it '.nrI'.ets a* C 'pen'ris nm\ oltltr kl-'iAt

-Milk I I has been a n-idfiit of tie Lont Star ] 1 f.sir thevweaih! t[ lin.Ur I your r'U11t'y 11 iIa' every wiUtniHiitngwill : pl'NOlt :

shakes at MeacnamVA -. ; Mr. S. J. Sternburg returned last state for the forests Your valuabletiH) of clay Hint idmit Unit dnnfiiisr my *- matl* "'i

'' full ''iiit: ut'jiuints ana oils at I week from bis New YOlk trip. past year. I j II Mill lay (!orml.t. are ready! fur tLec.ipitnMsl nf casion of sih. iit i .-li Too $v.t
DEALER IlsT Trilby, Slernburg & Co. I There is I Miss Kate Livingston has J"e lIl'1J- I t : to be iiiHtV iuto finlrkk.. buildingbrick tit .l,-cry fh 9''mplpil'inpin! i
in .
no town the !t !
state that ed broii d-iyliuli! 'r' It tf-lixc iiin the
4 ". from Jack-onviHe where }hashleeli
4 Lemonade and M du uater at has the good solid growth of Staike. sie pottery tiud tie! TLf-e things will prt-,TCe"of and m\th"t*. wits n .

Meat hainV.Snnimer I spending I lIt< p-ist: \1':11': )r-. | come to Kenutiftil towns will springup e icl o'ie know- :!It nlli. rs anti pr., rt

.. _oils rc-dnced i Miss Lotta Patterson, of FE'rnall.1 Livingston and George returned} !:I and you.home\ mnrktt.- ihf be't mm rl.t .It-,.,.-I1U' i.Wrvrd I? I t'* iherf not nay
m prices lina, is visiting with fiiends in the' severalceks: I't gi). | : r.anaer h.t in -illig! i-vi r\- littlt- thins *
nt Triiby, Sternbiiri & Co. city. I in the world! -will be at your rtoor The vis/: ire longin itself ,\ill'bt.cllU1 IL In-

"1 LOOK I1EUK-Wills & Owens i Therevill he .service: the Episcopal iranufaciare of forest pnductwill: iriveemploymrnt tii- tii'mc?

,.'"I, M1LLINIIY I will soil you anything you lu-c-d in I Walter! Wills is visiting friends: Minion building l lIy the Rev. [ to th"l.\"'I.of bibiire'r-. and WI.lloLilt qiii .li, u I.f it inc ii-g m-iy heni 't
i I and relatives W. S. : .-r r runt Itr .f i>pinii.n if ri-.'- tn the Jg-
., it- the of groceries provis-ions '. in North Carolina and Simpson Atniore, of (.G:1il1l' when )t.Ur rnre'.tare rediu-ei yi>u .il!! .
way ,
: I'ilof a princip'e--:1 wiei I lh 'S wh"
I confectionery!cl1lts, etc. Georgia.A I ville, Sunday: July 2'jsh, at 11 :45 I| have I Ihe frri lie land.- for I tlie husbandmen'i' dam; : :n !be 'ait-r. of i II. tuck Condemn

"Partidos" cigars at large party of picnickers had or ad soon as convenient after the I Ii to till and transfer iut. pkiivint! l.omes..1[ i n si (.("(' \;. antI! yet not nl\ .sr..tiiIIi'gbitt

& n arrival! of: the north hound train.' with groves pemn on-hard% 111111trrap.t ul.lii: unit )tlx-ttiir t!.e act for the
& Ri.har,1. pleasant time Lake : lrlngl
-fleiberger the
on Kingsley .
.- !I Sund.iy school every Sunday at 4 p. | eS. Churc-h and school hourgef-
\ .- Take your girl to .Mencham's for a I fourth. ling thr! \\i>nof! Si. Paul. 'Let ru>Hun
4 i t? lr garder-Mitid prj' !perity will cheer l tc evil of." Tt sum
cool} your good spoken
IN THE LATEST NEW YORK AND j Bradford county will yet turn out i i iI NEW REAL: ESTATE Fnnt I vou. Whelp now y..u see swsmp their up the matter: If it is sinful to d.-uice. is

PARISIAN '. Bargains in ladiet s'anl misses' i I to lie' the richest "phosphate field in' -MCSM.1.. (.'. Wills and X. I D.VainrijjIit | back! soil wi! t-e co-ivirtitl into rich rice it not mitre *>o to dispose of refreshments
STYLES. low shoes at the state. I II. whereby strength i is imparted to er.uMe;
\ }have associated themselves and cane tleids.Tfiet .
: j
: Truby, Stcrnburtr & Co. I I othrrs f commit siut Probablyur
Mr?. J. M. Truby and family have 11 in the real estate business. I ? changes will come monnpWIy bi. ,:r,,.. tin not only ItM>kc.t to': anil *iwr

All kinds of temperance) drinks at gone to the Suwannee Sulphur :spring I They will open an office sii'l' propose to \01 than they would! to 1 connt"ilh- > others "IImit Mhiit in his tiHWiini

Meat-ham's, opposite post office. for a visit. I to make things move in a few d-iys. out railroads.! If i best'lntrtes an- desirable Il'! : \ >:in and Vet for pir-ioiial gain i-n-
ti> > oil. then 1 advise. :isi>faiicito I and I aiilt-ii itlhi-rs I in
A Great Display of SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, and ORNA- FAKE NO'1'1CE-Will & Owens A drove ofrIM Texas ponies I Look out fara. big alh crtilt'' : new railroad enlerpi i-cs in coi trnpaiiou.! cou lie hiin-i'If rages would in iit !i."vione.doing. hrtrdlihounhi /

Bracelets keep a Jim dandy stock of groceriesetc. j t.ext wee:;. i Your (county is lobe (' i tt') by
faENTS! Mangle Hair Hands and Hair Ornaments, j would make things lively for Starkeat : I <>f t tlumatter in Un.lithi norSkopptd
., i numerous hues as it !lies directly! in thv : t>. formider t-hal h.- hnn-elf was *
numerous to mention. this season. NOTICE.-During the absenceof
to betwten the great tUlli'l tll-1}
Str1es Nice l pathway p.-irtakt-r of theii siii. it sin it WIo.:
It new biignies for sale: bv. )1i. A. E. Moitt: from thr} city, inal points. \hk'1 I do not : fur FOKT1S8 It.1nLtK.
Morgan Bros new brick buil1itgis tliCfl1
: I N. J. Jones. Bradford: '
; his business will be in charge. county I Chicaj
J amburgs, Swiss Embroideries, Plain and Embroidered IIe .stitch. Hams, shoulders, sausage, butler, i up one story. It is a solid! }lookingstructure. All who are owing him my will please she will be represented :t he world's laii*,. |t. Obituar) .
You have time to advertise your rc oiirses: :| Died at hIs I.ltml'.t L-ike I' tl'r.: \\ "-11.
'(' ed Suits Lcno Skirtings and Van Dyke Laces, Queen's Lawn, cheese, etc., just received by come forward and settle, as I am are t
I ncsjl.iv 2d. F. York in
\hih pltntiful July Capt. Ucmy
: IlI b.J.incn, Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn and _Wills! &; Owen The county commissioners were authorized to collect the same. The Si my ihtnKs t<> thVmany i .

0 Straw bats cheaper) than ever at in session thin wt'l'k5 a board of business will be conducted as usual citizens of your rounty who tn-nUd *I the tilty--i.\ih jcnrt hi- II;". H -iir\ F.
Nainsooks, Solid and FancyStripedSatteens. i Yoik ln'tn in Frnr-kliit '..unt\ t:1I..
.: Truby, Sternbnr<_' & Co. equalization. during his absentee.I me with kindness and hospitality. Thai was i %

'; I I July 11 I '90. I). \\'. ADAMS. ', I may in $'>,m'* way: ('lntriLult in the fu- ;n 16U4. In 1SV? !lit ir...vt-d t.. Druif! .nlcounty.
Have you tl'il'd.t'l.t Home flour? :. A new meat market is to be opened lure to their welfare, is my :iU'l'rt wi-b. t rr..rtt't. H lit uhe .-'t.'riI.t

|reuc'.i Suiting: Heal and Linen Ciiainbrays, Nnn's-Yeiling, The sales are increasing every day. I in the building lately occupied The I'ourlli at Ft. Ilnrlee. : Tuo. W. Pin>. liv d. Tilt flit \ctirsheraiight iI'h">!

I*. Henriettas, Siile-Kand-Snitin! etc., etc. The best trade IILCS: it. For sale by I by the bakery. Tbe Fourth of July 19tJ will! bn; !he I; 'l'hE Starke and Satupnoii ('I> 1C. R. t rear Pit\nTi rce. in lie engaged in

t! /"J I hleiberuer & Richard. rtmcinbi-reit as :a day in the annals \\NIieiI the
The Baptist Sunday school had a fll-tl \l' h.\'l oll largfi m rcitnie! I uimiMM :,l l'rkc! U'lIlt'r nf a;
) The Largest Xjnn of l :iby carriages from 2.50 to $20 of Fl. Harlot :ddoU h.-is a irore I i beautiful lakes iampM How.1 and |
picnic on Kingsley lake on Wednesday i .11 utter IniI ci.d .Miss SI-S;T. l.i> surviving
at Truby. Steiburg & Co. happy gather jug Ife-en thiu was assembled Crosby. 2j li> 5 S nics wt st of i rkr.
: jjincastcr, Saccarappa and Ameoskag ( il1ghams'el' brought South. A thi'l'l'k. H.'l I on'y : \\ i.t.III I 1MD I h' WMdecUd; lu
\r c liavea stock of I under the oaks here once the were .r.eaier to I:*-. Doating. fishing. grinIii I
&tttifnl Urn of CU ALLIES at S cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and'ORGANDIES. complete The district convention elect tint tli.'c AIr t'J Jik of t tie circuit co.ut.
goods in i'\ department.: Every- to I Iiulhn held sway ami the : tit:; d t rg and bathing go long way 1.. en-j! .
cry I the convention clll : whu h tlk- I.e lili-!: I uutil thi- war brokeout. -
: body can be suited in regard to price delegates to county his land 111 constant terror. I i 1\l'1:few hOlt!of itci ttitni i i.Ce in :' .
\\ 111'11 In rp'ignitt hi- p >Mlion urul
: : THE COMPLETES LINE OF and qualityGive us a call before I is on Thursdav, July 31. The d.iy was uj-lu-ml in l hy a SIUll'it1ld : : \\ 1 ic! : ,
went into !:Inwrr r.s first lieutenant IIf a
'. Children's Misses' and Ladles' Hose ever offered to the trade purchasing an.1 let us convince you I Brick i is being hauled for Truby, l by the Mij'l :rs. lurJt n. .\au c.riy !I Th.- lrsiiitge operations; of the "frlnrii'.a! i P-radft-nl; ( .ounl\ company. He wan xnm

: ,in Marle. Ladies' Ribbed ITu.U'rvests in every style. Parasols, that we mean business and can and Stc'-nburg & Co.'s new warehouse hour the ymini; 1(1 maiden oui .Muck Land Co. have cban t-d Ihe over-j!.1'1'I'l1Inh'cll ti> mpiiiin of t tht- company. Hewits

:t will save you money. I and ginning department. men and boys might have been Sll'n. coming lands around and bttween ube'
Fans! Gloves, etc Brow and Uleachcd: Cottons, Table Linens, Mounded by a .\Iii nic bull passing
irubySterubuig & Co. hum n-eii'ling their way lakes into rich farm and fruit hinds and '
iNapkins Doylies Towels and Towel Crash Summer Jeans: and Mrs. J. C. Wills and daughter allircclion" :' : thrt.iigh hit Nly ju-t !M.\-e theIcf? nip-
ffm-cfa the A suitable 1 1- '
FOR to trysting plnre. mule :
SALE.-A round the lake fronts' into spendi! and firm
returned from their .
have: Kentucky pk-. ai tire I"t tlt.! tlf Mis5">narv Hidgc.'lenn. .
: Cottonades. ticket New York caliou couM birdly have htt.u found. sand beach drives. :'
trip to .
'. trip much improved in health. I: I II-1 was then captured Mint taken to
steamship} line. Apply at this cflice. Under the branches; of a in.ble! oak a platform The above road will run directly! thwuhI,
LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF SHOES I : Jolm-i.r.H Island'. where-- was confinetl
Prof. G. P. Looney of \Telrml'
had been laid here the fo'ksj
STOP AMTITriXK-That Wills young the rich tropical srtnery a til curve ra'l'- ,
; until ll: rl.'seof the war. when hi- n--
:: IN THE: CITY.pleased &; Owen" sell groceries as cheap as will rpon a pn\'ate'school in that j med in a merry lIUd'. At nool the fully alonsIhe, I Uke t-hores. A few min- '; turned tr Lake Buf'er' and again ergagedfiti

hOIl"e the city, commencing on next Monday.Mr. Uusketscie unladen arid a tine l'lialol tiles run will take us 'rum the town right
any ( in city. I f In
Every one and fitted. We are solo gents for the wor .l'eno.wnetl mercantile business at that place.
;: ; Henry Clemmnns and Miss was spri-ud. None went away hungry. into the heart of nature nsonly Florida
Prayer: and Piaive, with notes, o5 1-SoU he was :igiinhctctl clerk of the circuit
J.tMESMEANS3.!, :3 $4 Shoe. I ('(lItS. Without 1I0tl' 2o cents atMorgan's. Leah Crews:of Pine Hill, were married and n.uch: r 'flirti tied uiconfumed. 'I he I lake scenery can display her dW II1,. I I court which I'tlice he tilled until re-

.. Tuesday. morning of this only dmluek I was: shOH'r itr :he of
on 1 hcaty Independent I Hie important-of connection
I movctl by the Harrison IJeed ad mi nisi ration -
A FINE LINE 01F CLOTHING, GENTS'FURNISHING week after noun, which brought the festivities .
[ with the G 8.F. railroad and
Y of < lIe
A \ a nice on account pnli wns :ig>.ip

4 : [ JOODS( ) Trunks and Yal1s{>s. Saddles, Bridles, present with every pound of coffee 1 Mr. R. M. Alvarez has received to '\ sudden ('It.e.Till freighl! Iratlic Ihe will Iron plen-! nppoii.ted clerk .f th- circuit court limli-r

[ -the bestVool Collars always on hand. you buy of Wills & Owens. I his IIl'LI': fixtures and is fittinir up day ended but not the kindly fc.lin dul stroke of policy for Starke. Jht-Diew :uminNtrilio! in 1S7H.( and|
--- ---
\\,l' wish to clos.! out our stock ofparaso's the Hoyt building into a firstclassbar. : which had been strengthened by the I'nurtii of July In Lawte.I ) f f the I'flice ('.''iiliiiiioii-lv)::11 18 9. Hfw
: PROVISIONS of all kinds IIARD- I and kinsmen
: of
FANCY JROCEK1ES together neighbors -
and sunshades :and 1 sell t them I The Fourth of July was ush red in atI :is 1 an active i politician and chtiirmnn i>f

:' VARE and Farming Implements, Crockery, Tin and Glass Ware, Furni- at cost for the next :.TO diys. Ladle, I Mr. .T. R. Alvavtv. has again taken who itt the daily round\ of care and I I sunrise 10Ihe ringing of bells! and the I lie county d'.critie ex cutivec:>mm'ttsrof -

; toro and Stoves, also sole agents for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING Jet not this chance slip by. .*. hold( of the beef business. I lie l can: anxitly devote too little: time to far I thoseMici.d in I booming of cannon: the Ameilc-in tligwa I t this cixiniy fr.'in I Ihe cl.lS4t of the

JIAClllNE-works button holes, sews on buttons and does every kind 'I'I'll 1 1\.', Sternbiiig tfc-("'n. I be found at the old stand: everymorning. ; irathi'iings. which jro life.I .so <5 unfurled to the brtczt*'from the lofty .\iiriintitl8d4. (.''l't. Y.-rk \;'' a lifelong

other machines.C2T The laH'sil f -5C l K. church lightening: our way through I staff of the Academy buildiig. I In shut 1 ii.cinlr of the Mi->-ionary Bipti>t
: Jof Fancy work, all for the same price as I Much credit is due those who
will hold their} ice cream festival inMr. I planned I order all the youth in town were hu'y in church it Ui'.al \ich n>)i'on ,.f erm(l
The lady friend" of I he Bradford and successfully carried out the ar-
Ri\ers' brick Tuesday t-o \:ir iOUS and in all! degrees of and nf nllilit! .. ltmetrinity
-t AND CHEESE store every I ways uproar standing: a man great )
.Jgj Gtal'11s"iJI give )Ir. Ihos. Durih-n
Cornty a I ; ,
( specially
i !
t afternoon and evening until iaigerii'-n- I from the cannon down to the Chinese had triciidi and! but few' .nl.mi-
for the bent fit of the uniform and hU Clin ton We teal a t that I!heI
further rOt 1P. : Ol J cracker. Many enjoyed a picnic Ile Ieuve :t wife am( llirc" ailtlrl':1.! His
Always 'llie BEST GOODS for the least MONEY! i fund. I i hit tr i i- soon to urue nn important:
:!, '
"k Tin ware at Wills fc Owens. : Kin! le\ (other a lawn fete at ihe bcauti-j H'maf.sYt'r; : bunt in Oiule; 't'nit"t..rf
- -- = Miss Emma Smith. sister of Mrs. i I| pl itinn m Macon, (}.i. I ful country residence of Mr. ayll'!. others i]F on Thursday last.A .
Jelly tumblers :and fruit jars at VE .
f' OIE1 II Rivers, :1111Ti H'" Swaynes'I''I'of I took in the excursion to Cliiit-iuoogsi.
& Co. Jail'oiiiileral'le
Truby, Sternburg i Lake Sutler 11em. Delht'rr. .
Anthony, are visiting with Miss I. while a great m-iny a-srmhlrd oi ihspacious : i < ; exciteineni
The oll VLJlj: : in Jacksonville Lake; Duller: June SO. IW.:) I prHviil ont
Ella River's.The veraii'las and -hady: luwn-.f till best lOP'' ieierdny throu! ;U a widely
is'Thl' Travelers.Gla's Editor! TKI.KUKAPH: have jj-t l.on-I ,.i reti tateti rep.)rt Ilr\t Ihrecof the mosttlcNperaf
TRUBY STERNBDRG AND CDs Hurrin house as spictatorand! participants -
I ('h'llaallll \\ooden( warpdll'tP I Hampton people ask for a chuleil; 1 I thorough canvass of ** ['nnii >r>* in tnt jail hul broken -

at'iIls & Owen. public 1 l road from I Hampton I 1 by way and Lake Duller districts and shall this ill the great tonn-nnient (If i thetniik; out. Car ful I lii\,,ij-: Lake Navarre the Gainesvilleand croquet cranks of Brat fl.rll cnutirv. After that :,I'olil'IIl.t'nllu. h. ihi rumor lii. !
; Out stock of groceries) : \\ill always to week ":ac'kle"1'lc! Hill district. As my s"ine Ion irilaijoit, l hu' ,1.)1 exactly iu atT --
tht contests thf t three winnersat
-- 4" bo found I Starke road.Work instnictio.s were to prepare serivs of preliu.innry >rdHiif'e wi'l I I h I lie Jt. Tlirce prixoner-
: complete. 1!
1 I) ;. m. i-i em 11 I the toun::'nu-nt of C5 lid; Broken out with vM-l'uloils e."1'-
Trilby Stcrnbufg & Co. is being done in the Christian ailicks for the TELKORAPII. giving the ;
,_ ';:ames for t the ( hfinipion-iip! I of Law: tioiiH 011 the ta"-,. nek H>M| liml's--Jmtihp
afternoon church. If you want to help natural leboutces, tlie possibiliiies and I Iprntiabiities pliy i-iHii 1111'(1 in d>*.- lied l I*. I*.
0 Ice crral'I'\ ( Neept'l'ucsdavs and the leather ir.cila) The phtH'4 were
They want to sell yon your roceries, Provisions, Flour] at \iieacharn's.Vi1lsOielLV" this church along, now is the time to of the w.-lein portion of our i 1". (prickly ashpoke root Hint putL'4. itU'
:. evenlmitheil I i(t&L 1 :theganusery inter the returnnwl vegetabb-l.Io. | pUI i1it' .
pay i in your little mite.y i ('OU fl ty. I have carefully I noted t tutu i in : .! therein iloiibt wba'eviT tlv"l the
Corn, Oats: Hay and Uran. \ S. W's e-ting and t t \l'lug. many tine nnd ditti- no
I travels and will endeavor to give then: I j-ilints will soon H-nver. Ill-inati.tni., $
"None Such" Hour. Try a barrel. ) iss Delia McKinncy and Mrs. R.L. my '. cult plays; were executed by eat h amid the.appla font. SypriilN.; fnfa. \lal"rIJoII">I-

They want to sell you your Dry) Hoods and Notions. FOR SA1J TAnpood family Sparkman, from Darien, Ga., a"e fairly and impartially on my return to': >ist- of li.e seved: Ito nih til -,'ctat- 'i.'Hltwl ail aynipt IIIH ol" impur' lalc lNI|

horse cheap for rash, or on long time in the city visiting with their mother :tlr"c; in the mean time I nui"t hastrn're -i l oi:. All > clock )>n iut'lmi".i'J1a, ..!ieqnikly removal l>y I*. I'.I*., stud a*
rs. (The people of I these i :, rt'a'awl!. I ,ti":pit' r.tortl' it is gxiniinc -
They want to sell Clothing and Furnishing Goods.( Mrs. G. W. suh".rill
yon yonr McKinney.
with good security. Apply at once 1 orden-d. the score standing. Wilson 5: l.rronn.lllail.Enr.r druggist el'-!
-- this office. two districts have re-j>omh-d pron'[I.tly tu Lewis 3 On motion Lewi- it.
at Mr. A. E. Moitt has gone to his ; Stoughton
They want to sell Hats and my call and (Ihe subscriptions are still I'I AltHOTTS FAST INI IAN CORX
yon ) our Caps.) Tho only all yt ar hotel in Jacksonville old home at the Bermuda islands for coming in, Lit like Oliver Twist I still LIlt I Srtougliton were duly .--('ftj commissary PAINTIJprnovps

is'the Travelers. Rates $_> a summer visit. lie expects to be HigeanK. who pmceuled to {cat r to Corns, Hnuioiis Hii't \VxrtH in :,
: They want to sell yon your Hoots, Shoes -mil Rubbers. want mote, and !h:1 visit Tine Hill and I ui'irvelous
tf until the 1st of September. I the wants ot t I the inner man. most of whom
day. gone -
a Palestine before The - -
g.iod --- -
They want to sell You Your returning. seem to crave something in the: line of The NAiifStic-ta Stra'b..rrr.f'W
Hardware, Tools! ami Building Best Elgin creamery bl1Un feel the necessity ofa
lemorade. 'A watermelon strawberry wine Variety, and how Obtained.
; Material. 25c per pound atTruby I phosphate on his New river purchase good ci'tinty and know that by About eight years ag Mr BraiminlMitclie
lpl'r the Havana. Other fluid
: i fragrant extracts -
Sternburg) & (\). lie struck one bed on the 1lrl patior-age tley can now secure it. I 101' !!! ant family' settled at Hampton.:

They want to soil j on jour Wagons Haggles, Agricultural Implements In oi'dei'totike--' mom for our Smiley farm that was 18 ft. through. I I find no difficulty in
SlIII D., H. and S. are said to le good of plants and shrubs
('('II1111 IYrtilizers.'They fall stock of shoes we will make I mimes after txplaining the ol.j.ct afcoiigwhich
and others myniiNMon
are hereby c judst"). were duly ::t hand ss occnvondemanded. was u species of strawIn-rry lire

t want to sell .you join- Saddles, Harness and Whips, in special l prices.Truby. !inn notice that all leiral advertisements and our facilities for making the .Aftf couple af hour*' siesta! name of whi"'h he was not able l.> find

Sternburg A- Co. inseitedin, the TKLEGUAPII TELEtI\'I one of the: beit county pupers ; I out. Flii- plant semeil from (hit firttt toftourih
fact they want to sellout e\er.Uhin I :: yon mav need. (Jive them shells the plr.ycrs and invited guests ;piocctdtdto t and in > -n oii | riKluced s ich .
Loaded .
at for I thetatr.
will hereafti-r be at ill
a trial, and you will lie convinced that they will save you money charged : the tool and inviting dining ro m prtI I a !large .ju titily of txcellt-nt berries that

on everything You buy f ml at the same time guarantor- the quality burg & Co. Il'all"lto. I called; at Like l :itcr! Wednesday: I vidcd ovi-r by the 1:1II011Ildr. Mrs. P.. and j they f>ri'V; 11 ti. I le a grea' treat to tIle

Wire and canvass: cots at Truby. the 2"th In"l, to meet m uldHal.t' family nnd rei&lilKirs fir scr: rat sea!.,*.
and quantity of Hoods. I 11'It G.: Moore and Miss ) I her able coips of assistants' Of 'he t'1h-1! j jj
Mr. (lj -vi Joiih-i b.iving piiH-ured a few
bternburg it Co. friends -unl have a irood I tmp.: and 1 hud
Florence ()>teen were married at the j orate dinner nothing need be -.o l1. The j jj plant-, I bt.iti.zli his sch fl children. nl!>-

Shot lnsiIlll'illl"he, t1' riflesat III'iI1l"iHHIIP, in Pine Hill, Oil yesterday il.I"o, .\'oVioc'i t the county alliance :j, l.roiUil I chicken I the lich soil ps. tin: llllllh- | taineii l.t! first <<-IM>II sit great :i yield that

I' TRUBY STERNBURG & COMPANY Truby, Sternburg & Co. moi n in
Barbed wire and l fence; -staples at officiating.McaH'am's i I action ct t some !important liu-ine'<. li--tenii t bi-autiful tomatoes, the wholi.-oire !111":111.\\| I hi- m-.xt M-ISOII. a nit wiicfffitcil! in plant

:nltentivtly! tn the Irr.i_ hies*. plan* as if1I11".t| oFn-H'iirhl! of an IIrrt. tr 'tnwliuh
) Truby, Sternlnirt: & Co. II t'{ .. wen-all t'lIjll"t't:11,1 I lie OCI-HSIOII .
: : cool l drink 1 < ta111i..l: :- j I lh<- neighb.'rt 1I: larirely besidt-
STAIUCE-- 1'H'lhii-s l .i-kit I
m-- FLORIDA. In Ol'lh'rti-l? rice our stock of i is in Ice expl'iiniil I) > : alo ('nil4'! t Ihe fimatile lio, ti''>" | roudcsl selling :t.oii 4: .> worth ti> Mr.I Blantoi
nient tidllIl'I parlortyle.
t" eoi -- =- -- .- ._. ..__..__: e1(1thin"l' sell reduced }prices, I and cool j drinks of all kii'd! Our"l'IIIW: >te 'he- .!"WI of anew 11':1I111.h.flt.: .) ::ini>tr a'i p.ilii-d tii > I.. llii-riilr.>ji'liigeiilsil I Hiinipion 'I Ir. John
cream ir.t: :ali t I t-iieiid luarli'y' intsi! the 5'ill itttracteft; by the;wJt pnifit anti w. ndtrfn' '.
: for the next 30 days.Truby. i the cool! awl I.n'lzr'tr.illh vtkrre (the ,
i l be obtained at all times served( I >
MOR.G'A\N BAZAAR t Co. can '( : plans as jut'poMil I'V IliCM bf.tlireii.I I '.. pt.ductiv"> of Itittery l rvfnkilto t
< Sternburg in good stvle. 11I.\1 lwi I 1.. urwei'e pa-w-cd iii.7'lining the'i ell lie pLints. for which he had; manyupplicaiioii
noticetl ai'.Ul I !
1 Harri on's celebrated town and 1.1' : men i 1":11'r"f! i IIl.1il! and pinning yarn both in-line live i *. :nit r"'gelli.-r with hi ii v'nm -

-Dealt'rsJn- country paints, readv mixed in 8 The county convention to selecttlehgates )I I li'f 1.lII'. j o-in-r :: iirnii;* lor I Iil.tll' : ..r d ir At o>59 p. 1.1. n g'"IIruz..i I I I1i.iit law, .Mr Thoinayrt| !. M-t out nearly
St to the l state t und congies-! S opp",ite 1 lli' id! einjrlnue.\ I lie :. nil I I the.plantobtainable.I ; This yetir (llltl'ir I
different shades at Truby, em-- .w..1 :, Ihe iiilf and Ihf daily thunder!
(Ocala will j caps list -cts 4'!:)'I '-y a r4- Iruor,' I li-ni sitiHlic-l
ri Goods and sional l (conventions: hijtuitie i tak-nt by j Tom (!ood- I.
Fancy Fine Stationery burg & Co. Illl'in: I, hiding. ;the! tare of 01.101. w ho by Iheway with heir c'akl\lIIOII" unit shipment..
I house Tuesday
at the I court Oil ciiti
convene \\ in :-iii l >r.. at Iheet
F4\NCY1IISCUI1'S! FANCYBISTfl'S \\ainrih. (i .scem to hold hU own lit II' m the obi.nun., HHhi:lit ptit.tllll ni>il"inca :
Aug. 5tli.Mr. (siinn\) suie lo tI.r frhmle lo I .,f
I jrive pu-pt single iju.irt on account impeiftclbtriles
tt School Books School i New stock at I i i *tinny south lempt-iing the atmi I.lll'r'| toj I
Supplies the hue. I or otherwise which was in great
I : i Ward of Starke attended( [ the
" Wills & Owens. j the coiiibatiint-. game \\IS calli (i. and tlu-ir "t' bhurt.i. .
( exception
f v Musical Instrument etc., C AN 1)Y7 CANDY; CANDY, Fort Harlee picnic, July 4th, waving Lake butler is :dry town :.nd red! Itinora'ie -. ton at ll-e bat, Less i.- and \'jt'.iii "slough-I.I 't vre .liippiu! Xtlllnh' improved.

the stars and stripes, whichervated was the standard! diink I ; I ot litid: Mr.l Johns' ami )Ir. l> have the
Stak Florida- Just the finest stock of candy ever The gaim s weie will and ably contitted i ii I yal only
1 I from thl'eclehratll' someoun late i in I Ihe aft'rnnon ot I Iht- kind at and have
: a salute: and >7 mel i ii patches Hampton, :
brought to BI'\dfOl'cll'ounty:at i and not till I i ihe last oneCouhl the winner !
of the \\ had: evidently mind the imp in th'lr ', 'I..W, .J ii siC Oh.11 iigrm -nt willi I I the
W'ills & Owens.STRAYED.AbayTeas Independence.James 1 be told. Sutlice it to say. after unity up- 1-hipping I agents nt HnniptoM. Afvrs >|(
Mew lemonade.
Mallory's York Florida Lines horse Kite and Thomas Dyal, and downy and piedicnsneni! boihsiiou | N 0 liant! tint.! \tlliams J IJro* for all
Crop prospects were never tett* r in thi
old branded I two of Hampton's most enterprising and comical, at 6:30: ph'. the 25th game I their U-iries. atitl jirem.w ckirigvick this"
about 7 years section. There are of t-it cnites from a'wnt OIKacre,
pony : exceptions
New York, Philadelphia, Boston and ail points North and toSailing with an anchor, has strayed to my I young men, have: purchased of Williams lJro l- but as a general thing COUH our farmers :ate.1 I was play id with the score standing Lewis while Noonan's improved have lonjfnince

inclosuro. Owner can have the animal ; the livery stable and 9; Wilson 8; Stoughlon 8. \i't ilk modest (t:,'cl. The plant- in the patch rc -

From, \ SSU .rA A N"L' aVVKTO 'I'ntJJIilDA *. and I outfit at Hampton. well pleaded! with the outlook for 1 Ixnm- I grace and plaudits of the: vast a mbhigc fern-d lt will averasreone- loot high ni>dne
proving property pay-
Y .\T S p. m. by tifu! Theie are now thousands i .
, ; the victor received the emblem of chamf a !i'd a half fet ncrosare in a flourcontti'iou
--IROX STEAMERS- lug for this advertisement. I Mr. Geo. V. Otto of I/xwtey, purchased -I of l u-heN ('f toin of last 'year's crop f ff i' j pionship the medal of enduring- I ,-Iij zinr :a.1| 1.Jt'llnth fruit .
f gorgeous
J. P. SAPP, at administrator's, sale last 'I md bloom. )Ir. (Dyal thinks that his ';
sale at 45 and 50 cents a hu.IHJ.) anO ml.uytis. 'I) teat her. May he enjoy satisfaction IIfII

,. : RIO GRANDE, July 11 00. Baker eo., Fh Mondny, of the Witkovski estate, Such a thing has not known I victory well achieved and hold uml safely i patch from its ppearai: cit'r",luciiig fruit I

4 (iiptaiu Conuor. 200 acres of land and a house and'1 j lll'l I keep where rats and roaches not (\:- i .in('.- Dtceiivl-er) IhIht l hl' kept in ..iicressI I
111 in Utudfoid Has .
ITI a HO cBrmlford (county for n'ln. thlLautt stioy untilI'h lime as our th-tiiered | till lifiiriiig Ih..nlirt' \e:r.
Lodge No. 42. F. nnd A. M. let in Starke. \ anything!! to <\II \\ith I? Mr.I forces, collectetl and recuimrattd. tilt The Nonisnch :11'a"rll'rrv-\\! naiur

STATE OF TEXAS, meets n-sruliirly the third Thursday in The best corn in the southernstates >!ham Drown, living on tl.l JUItYiil! -. him dllwnftl'r supper cigar tin.L .- this; new variety hat l.itely U-en given
.. .' each nth at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren i i- perftft M-oittfr. prixlucmg st>5id rirnt
in ;t
aptam William Fla. works l"ll''t're indulged :n fur a coupleof : |
,; I i.s in county, place on Bluff creek has the tine!t 't ali L I'
cordially invited. hou's when all disjerd.. having well I.l.rry'IIf Mipe-ior flavor! with Ies acul ,
: % \ 1. MALI-HCRS. W. M. I This is conceded to be a fact: by i cane I :I.,1\'( st en-three iicref and! pail 01|[ enjo\fd th** tiny in ihi- brave southern! than the .NooiiuitX .inii we t-tivvi-it will

: City of San Antonio, J. WAIXKIGHT.. SC.I I people who have traveled, over the, it higher thati my Lead. lie hiS stubbU: land of fl-iwtrs and S'IJILI1t1 fl'HitIea.! .. prove to IK.- :t great tribute., the strawberry I

: Captain Wilder.loaro I southern states the past few wt-ek.s.. I cane from the --econd and third vear''I I, iNf'((. interest of Florida.
I St'ttncrs Fenian,Una arrival of train Tate Powell M. D. >. F. GAUWNEU.LKVI .
: on ItIJ" Jacksonville 4:15 p. m.Thurlitla i -
i root- as hijrh! shoulders, and
- \'. I I: The npl'lot] erected by thin:, mal's ;I ('on'ili.tencjr. JOHNS.THOMAS .

TrainVof the Flnrhla: (('lItra1.1''lIill"ula It-iilrnail: fiom all points south, arrive PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, (G. S. & F. rail load: at Hampton i iI ia iqllite i-,. "ood stand. I ''Sliosme' one tlmt: has it in hi* power'' DTAI.
In Fernanilint, :: M p.'". 1'1".1I1Il.iil'' i i eL4 l '-> Mvi'Mie-tion FLORIDA. I' enclose another good li-t of subscribers i to act consistent for an hour "TOPE. I M. N. BLAXTOS. -.
Steamers nt HrulI!\\ i. 1 (!a. btoj % y. in Xe\\- York Mondays I Ii WILLIAMS BROI.I.Ramiug .
: svi.i k srnes bravelvon.iuii2 ; i It will readilyf. )drmtted that inconsistency -
SClIKDULi) : FOX ..IC'XBXn JULY C. it: I'. should do likewise, as it; al1ll.l of the mm..tlrlcllV. qualities -
: Bradford Co. Unards.ttcculnr : C. L. ; t tI
i of
Attention )1 is one the most common fruits!
LEAVE New Yoa STKAMCR.*. LEAVE FERXAXDINA.FYUtar small building there i is quite iiisiifficient. I ----.------ .- of the ahove-dtr-cnlM-tl! betTY .,'hi'h

Muy 33..j( : X.IF.... .... ..... ... Thurs.lay, Juno 1 mcotins ot the Comp-iny for : ,(' -; : \_ ord.. I <>f our poor weak human nature. it i is an I 1 have seen tit tu name N">iirsuch. I h t -'"

Friday, Junr 0.... ,. .. .. ....,. ...-S1'\Ti:< FTrXAS. '". "."... ..1'' 12 drill /' Monday! night at 7-.r: 0 p. m. I5\ I: Mlw.ukee.; U is. July 3. 1S90Editor error men of go-xi nnd holy )Jives often' purchased entire right and srin-k ,.fplants
4 rriJay. June 13..1 \NJij.......... .. TliurwlaS', Junta 10 order of H- and "ill (1'Ii\'T l
}'J'illdT..Jun.:!. .......... .. .T.\TEUFl'l:X.\S. ..' .. .. 'i htiralay. JuntaFridavJune2 6 Captain i :Messrs.i Gardiner: i it Pace: hnvipurchased i : TELFG IBll- have jut been fall int-. We reud( that the blcssid Ap.>*- them to l\Jrti.-
;;_ .. ..... .. .., RHnJll\XI K..... .. .... ...... Thur-a'av. JulvS Attest: the Parkhurst takinir of tIc who may WtIIt tlivni. in q intitit- fr''ni
Friday July.... ......... ...bTAfi.: {'T.X.\S.: ... ". .. .... .Thur .]\y July 1'>> W. Mono \S'. pro] criy' : ; a pretty 111rllh imt-siig-itic-n St..Ptl.r was reproveil by for. 100 to 5/01 plants at mOIst re. matte
&4!; FridayJuly I .. ..................... ...Kl'J (JitAXH8..........."........... TliurW. Julv 1.. .I.J. ;('c'y and Tu-a" between Hampton and 1 Like: Na'. I 1 y;('ir county' and have si t I a sooilly. ntitnI hi* incf'ii-istency in eating; on a certain price. 5Iy rtijtct in this i is nio.e f >r Ike
FrIday,J U 1'1" ............ ..........Sf.\ fi: o.-'TKXAS........... ..Tliinlay.I I" -"" 0 This ii I f
Friday. July 25.....,....?.............lli: >GlAM'E............'..."...ThursJay, Ja'.vSl The whitewashing that lias beer I vane, (Go :acies. l'rotnyi I.. ikl of \ mr l'it:7l'n": :I take tins liberty occasion with the gentiles and refusing at welfare: the stra"bcrr'Zrowcrs > the

.., Fur general inform .ti'n i "t% I done in the eit11) the! l..t fe'I .\. I be titled up and placed: upon tl.i. of givinuou a north r man's \'icw. for another tim?. state than' for self npgrundiwmcnt. and

4. 1u.,, J. .'.. < c..In. . ) (.. U. Ill'ttiV, Afvut f ,t cVhtrr .t. reii.anJiiiiit'a.) I wcks has greatly to ap CU\.rl' irLliirl F. lJARniSK.-w
Y. of the t 10p.. -t desirable! homes in ihe countv. lind t the | ()-i:on tt,.-t ata !- opinion, ntiupecttd wttn I Kiev ad- Starke.' Fl*.
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to us where,since we are all the worldto Presently a shout from .those about j AN HISTORIC MANSION.I We offer One Hundred Dollars ivo ard '

; : Jttfotd\ \ ( it'\tnt: \ !g (I rtrgn\lJl1'-\ ) each other, you and L" her proclaimed the fact that'Jack had Destruction by Fire of a House Famed VI for any case of Catarrh that ,can.not" b t t1

He clasped her close ia ,his strong reached the yesscl's side In. safety, )I New York HUtory. cured by taking Hall's .Catarrh Cure.F. / iyrL
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* Published Every Friday. arms, and kissed herttrusting; upturnedFace bearing with him the stout rope '.Tv-nich An Interesting old mansion was destroyed We, CHENE ] have, known, F. J.' I .
but the ache did not.go out of his was to assist In the return. by fire in this town recently, t Cheney for uJderslge years, and believe Nr

3 ?AftKt. VU.HtI1A heart; the 'Pain of it; grew more poignant Having secured the rope about his mansion whose history dates back beyond him perfectly honorable in all business :"

as the days,passed by and.she became rival's waist the two men began the dif.. the revolutionary war.: : To tho transactions, and financially able t cr cLI1 U
_ out any obligations made by their fir.
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dearer to him with the passageof ficult return, Jack breasting the billows present generation it was known as the West &Tmax,Wholesale DmggistsToledo. ..-- : .)

A LITTLE MOTHER. each golden moment. manfully and supporting the near1- "Watson Webb house," from the name Walding, Kinnan &Man, Wholesale .

; From his earliest childhood Jack ly fainting man at his sido in his strong of its'owner in the early part of the Druggists, Toledo, .
With such a M>bor faco Hall's Catarrh Curs is taken internally,
Lathrop had loved the ocean. It bad arms. tho old .
Pretty little mamma Grace present century. Although acting directly on thebloodantmUCOUS surfaces k.I ... ; '
$. Came to meet me at thr gate ycster-morn, been his playmate, companion and in- The men upon the shore! drew in the mansion was the scene of many a merry of the By.stem Testimonials free. 1 U:- [ frL5rJ
Then I fell IncJlncd cry structor. It had filled all the require- rope, breathing long, deqp breaths, and making in colonial days, and saw manya Price,75c.'per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. t1M '

An I asked the reason w hy ments of his life from tho moment when, every breath was a prayer (for those bloody affray in the revolutionary war, 1"M,5 E1 ,-
fly darling looked so anxious and forlorn. A MAX can make himself decidedly unpleasant : :
f'. a toddling babe, his mother. had found fishermen were not insensible to religi being on debatable ground when the by insisting on reminding us of i iiiui i ..

Half between a Fob and slh;; him, waist deep in the green, salt water, ous sentiments) for the safety of those British were trying to cut their way what we thought last year/-Milwaukee

} Oracle managed to reply: laughing in boisterous glee as the foam- two men. to.New York from Lake Champlain Journal. .
t "OI I I'th dot world o' trouble Nantle dear through -
a ; ,
flecked billows broke over'his head. Nearer and and .11
nearer now
and and General
t For Lily'th b'oke her brad, Saratoga. although Rocket on the Crest of the
And Her tic th thick In bed, The great grand, mysterious ocean the pretty bride is on her knees again Lafayette was sheltered under its The landsman. tourist commercialtraveler o"a.e.
An' I don't know what to do with Jennie Yere.I had been his friend since then. It had and the billows dash their or .
!spray OVPI it is best remembered begins \ r.iI/ I I .
i roof ; ; perhaps. as speedily begins, anr not only U I t'cI ? ;.
I also afforded tho means ('l providing for her. *he is supplicating wildly but the extreme of
I "I'th arald the'th dleded now, the spot where tho verges: wero written but continues, to n z ,
I For the, f11-1 don't know how- his widowed mother, for he was only a name on her lips and in her heart is!! beginning: I human misery during his transit across thetempestuous \I

An'mathod hcn-clf nil open In the knecth; bumble fisher lad great hearted ?nd Henry, not Jack. Atlantic. But if, with wise .
'Twas the night before Christmas, when al! I prescience, he has provided himself with a "
Ir rib done the lictht I tould, kind, but of humble occupation. Sow they have reached the. beach ana through the house j supply of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, his
f1 Hut don't do any dood- The last best thing that his old friend, the men wade out to meet them. A dozen Not a creature 'was stirring, not even i pangs are promptly mitigateu and then .\\L I
I. Ol: I
tome up quick to thc her, Nantle, plcath! -
J f the ocean had done for him was the hands draw the exhausted stranger, mouse. cease ere the goo ship agr-in drops her .
1 f. And w ith such a sober face It was in 1704 when Kiliaen: Hoco- anchor. This is knowing, and thousands -
i r giving; to him this beautiful girl, who secured to the ropy, out of. tho waters of yachtsmen,summer voyagers, \ \ _S
;; Pretty little mamma Grace came with suggestions of a higher, and a dozen more reach for Jack. lul'on boom left Amsterdam to take possessionof tourists and business men do know it. -
bortly roc where her suffering darlings lay.
t. with her nobler life than his in every move of a tract of land eight miles square,
Lily broken head
her and of f- now including Claverack, three miles A rrnE-pRooF pocket-book! Is one of the \
Baby Bertie blck In bed queenly body every gesture "vv'Th; latest inventions. It is probanly intendedto
And Jennie Vcre-her wounds tied up with I tier white, shapely hands. I from the Hudson river and to the"oast of prevent money from burning holes in .

hay.Mamma She must have received a blow on the ? the city O'f Hudson.;:; It was;:; purchasedfrom the pockets of the owners --. :
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Chancellor Kiliaen ------
Oracle stooped and aighcd-,I head at tbe'timo of the accident, when --------- Livington. \ ;

... ..01! Nantlo, dear" she cried, she had been) washed ashore, for she Hogeboom's son Jacohus began building The Ladle, Delighted.
.! : "Don't'ou think 'on tan well'em if'ou !" z Tho pleasanteffoct and the perfect safety
tricth iad! forgotten every event of her past the old mansion in 17-J7. It had generous w
I with which the ladies the :.
use liquid
And abe may
.$ Growing watched brighter me all the with while a milc, life and began her new life under Jack halls and big rocirn and had a frontage I fruit laxative Syrup of Figs, under all conditions "WHAT A LOVELY WOMAN" -

-t e As I pursed my lips and tried to look so Lathrop's tuition, learning with other of sixty-three feet along which rana make it their favorite remedy. It is ,
$ "withe." lessons the lesson of lore and respect for ; 4IT1L.1; capacious porch. Over the porch pleasing to the eye and to the taste, gentle, exclaimed the Chief Justice, upon passing a beauty while waEing down Pent
yet effectual in acting on the kidneys liver Avenue with friend. 'What
Then with her teacher, and because she remembered clambered aa ivy, which, as years rolled and bowels. 3 an excellent Judge! said the lady, when her
and with
I mended Lilj's putty hea-1 no better Iota than that which by, struck its roots deeper and wider in. -- sensitive ear caught the decree of the Chief Justice. How many women might t-

,t And wwod up Jennie Vrre In the kneeth;" she gave to him she thought it the best, pJ;; to the soil, nnd extended its shade over THE strained relations between milkman receive such 3 compliment as the above were they not prematurely robbed of

To Ben Ic's aching! chebt, of which she was capable. --- Ii 1I"7"kIL:1'-\. : .? portico and'mansion. The interior was and milk inspectors have never been en- the charms the other sex value so highly, and mu.le: old before
Some oitraent $$1 --.l- Uiely bridgcdovcr.-N. O. Jicaj une.II their time by
soothing pressed in -t- _. r i w- :-- -,. in the of Dutch ,
Tlleywero busy the cottage -- finished! highest style functional irregularities and weaknesses
very --- -- ----- ---
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Sajinp: Now I'll take my fee If'ou plcath." -;-- 1I Il I peculiar to their sex. To such .
\ on the beach making ready for the coming art. The fireplaces were tiles illustrating I .WE you sufltllon by reason of Malaria bloom of youth may be restored by the use of te "
And with beaming face, ; tried and finally cometo a remedy acknowledged to be
sunny wedding. \\\\-T-7---\\ scriptural subjectsand were broughtfrom (everything
; : an equal-Dr. Pierce's Favorite
.L My little mamma Grace the conclusion that 'all men: are liars J" Prescription. It,h the onl/mcdicina
The of the Amsterdam.
The mantels of
morning marriage day : were
Her boft arms around me tightly curled, Send one dollar to Dr A. T. Stallenberger, for women guaranteed to give satisfaction
'. whispered o'er and o'er said to Jack's mother: wood and were quaintly and curiously Rochester, 1'a and get a bottle of his Anti Head in every casey,or money refunded 4ft

Kvcry time with one kNs: more, "I seem to belong to Jack. lie saved carved and mural paintings served fora dote forNalaria. If not cured in a week printed guarantee on bottle-wrapper.

"O! "ou Ith the bethtcth Nantic in the world!" my life and taught me all I know. picture gallery. It is said that th? say so, and the money will b immediately As an inTiorattaff tonic, it imparts strength to the whole system. For
returned to .
Kokc Graham In American llousekreplng.t When once I am his wife I hope that no furniture and oxpensive bric-a-brr6 you. overworked, "worn-out- ," "run-down- ," debilitated teachers, milliners, drcs.. .

accident or circumstance will ever reveal "' JACK no NOT LET HIM DTK." brought from the/ old country made the IT is possiblo for the saleswomen to have makers seamstresses, "shop-girl .housekeepers,

t HER :FOIIGOTTEK PAST. my forgotten past. I would much where is lie, the brave, noble fisherman I I mansion one of the most delightful -Terre shopmaid Haute teeth Express.that rre perfectly natural women generally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite:. Prescription nursing fa the mother and feeble
rather have no memory but that which who his heart : places: to be seen at that time in the boon, being earttlr ,
treading on own went t -- unequaled as an appetizing cordhl and
-ou.and, Jack have given me." out to save his rival? Hudson rivet: valley, and that Dutch DR. JOitNl'rLLot Louisville, Ky.,showedhis restorative toni, cr
How It Came Back to Her in a Mrs. Lathrop kissed her sweet flushed turn to him and- hospitality made the spot famous for love for little children when he invented etrength-giver. I promptly cures nausea, Indigestion, boating, weak LacV,

Tragic Hour. face, thinking what a darling daughter lo.They he is gone! congratulate good living up and down the ri.or. those dainty little candies It's ho fun named for Dr.the nervous prostration, debility and sleeplessness. I carefully compounded b"'

sho would be, and how Jack's life and He had seen his rival in safety, and I it was: during tho revolutionary war lul's010, it's Dt'stroYl'rs death to the worms.JTST an experienced and skillful. physician, and adapted to woman's delicate organi

n STOOD under her: own were blest in her dear love. then-was it design or accident? Theync'r that the house was mot famous for its zation. Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition of the system.

; .. '" the spicy Their wedding day dawned dark and hospitality. The property had descended about the time the legislators stop As a soothing and nervine Favorite:
._; :, knew. The waves with which he putting in their bills the mosquito strengthening Prescription b nne- .
i popper trees forbidding. There had been a fearful had battled for his sweet bride's happiness i. to (Jeneral Samuel officer in the begins.-Yonkcrs Statesman. qualed and is invaluable in allaying and subduing _
,, & looking down storm tho night before and the Continental General Webb had _. :bitj, irritabil
angrybillows bore him out on their strong breast t army. ---- -- -- ity, exhaustion, prostration, hysteria, spasms other
i; 1j. : at her, his face la3hed into foam, ran high to the great, boundless o1 tI I married tho granddaughter of Mr friend, look here! you know how weak and distressing, nervous
i: softened by 3I upon the beach; almost at times dashIng expanse when and nervous your wife is, and 'O.know t-hat symptoms commonly attendant upon functional:: and organic disease, .
waters and looked hh was Lafayette was on
they never upon Carter's Iron reJieve her. induces refreshing sleep and relieves }
' Treat tender against the cottage where the face again.-Roso W. Thorpe, in Detroit visit to General Webb that Lafaetteetched why not bo Pis.i and buy her a NoW box J mental anxiety :and despondency..

ness. How neighboring fisher families were gathered Free Press.ELECTRIC. on a window pane with his diamond __ __ h Copyh 1S88, by WORLD'S DISPEISABT MEDICAL ASSOCIATION,Propntetots.ccc ,.
dainty and I to join in the marriage festivities. ring his name and the date of his IIOXE5TT: th best policy, but there aro .

\2: ; : sweet she was. The bride, sweet Elsie, whose very CURRENTS. vlsi t. found.very few-Elcnira policy-shops Gazette. where it can be

Why was it name had been a thought of Jack's, A later generation found the old placein --.-- -.
.g DR.
: looked fairer<< and sweeter than ever in Changed Ideas Concerning Them Within I i\nE5iTVTiXGLT recommend ItnlT.s Sarsaparilla
'"'... ::::;, .t1lathcseemed the possession of Benjamin: Moore, PIROE'S
-7:,_:; : ever to stand her pretty wedding dress. Her blue a Very Few Yenr who had married into tho Hogeboom : as a cure for syphilitic blood t PELETS

(1s-:t) ..4 at the portals eyes shone like sapphires, and her yel. electrician who knows tho theo: family, and at his death it became the and poison glands., scrofula-Dr.and Knapp all diseases, Lewisport of ,this *''Q. ',

; .. of Par low hair crowned her little head L retical part of his science only as he I. '
4 :- : ; 80- regal joint property of his seven daughters Unequaled' as a Liver J'I. Smallest. cheapest easiest fi;
disc, catching like a coronet of glory. Tho pink flush studied it five or ten years ago finds his I and two sons, and from them it descended MAN is often fonder his dogs than he is tiny, Sagar.coated Pellet a Dose. Cure Sick Headache,

. glimpses of the glory within, but never: of shy modesty fluctuated under her knowledge sadly at fault when ho i is! to the present owners, Henry James; of his kin; but, then, a dog can never con- COWUpUlol Indigston BIHoaa AI&cJ and ; .

I permitted to enter And yet she had clear, transparent skin, and Jack marveled of confronted with the ideas and theories and the heirs of tho late Augustus test a wi-Pul'k. the stomach and bwel :cnt bv t 2i.ts a. :{
to-day. Not that and radical
promised to bo his wife, this beautiful that so beautiful a creature could L any great Thiming. Horatio G. Adams also has a LVDIES can. peran'nt.beautf their KEJiEDY FOR TAIUUI.-t. Easiest .

, girl, given to him by the mighty ocean consent to become his wife. changes have revolutionized electrical life interest in the property, his wife compxlol Iulphur Cheapest. IJohpf la immediate. A U}!'or ,
, cue
, I that tossed its foam-dashed spray on tho "My life thall be one long devotion to theory in those last few years, but t being one of Mr. Moore's daughters. It Hill's fair and Dye, 5 cent'. Cold i the Head I has no equaL 1 t

white beach at their feet her and whatever will there have been great additions to our --- .
: contribute to
of was when Clement Moore, a son of I5cn-: Tnt washerwoman better luc-k than 1 cJ -
certain occult
She recognized his true worth, his no her happiness, that will I do." Jack knowledge and phenomena jamin Moore, was a young man that: he the farmer nowadays in getting living

k lilityof heart; sho had git en him alI 1 made this vow out under the peppers, theory has advanced correspondingly. aroto 'Twas tho night before Chris!! out of the soil. f

I tho love her woman's heart had to give, and the vow once taken, he felt that it L We were accustomed to look at the; mas."-Cla\crack (Cor.) N. Y. iun.llonott :: -- ig an Ointent of which a small Partlcl H to the 1.nostril

1 and vet-and yet- bound him by sacred fetters. electric current as som'thingthat Kcnp fail to cure sick headache, often rnpuisNorsentliymVii.}! r
flowed in the very lirst: dose. This is what is said by Address. E. T. .
Ho seemed, intuitively, to ;!erl that They were about go out to the "best or along_a. wire_ and too many: Doctor. I all who tryCarter's. Little Liver Pills. IZEI.T'arrtt'.I..

..there were depths to her heart which ho room," where the minister waited to students grew to think of it almost as a All honest conscientious physicians whogiveB. --- ,--- "
fluid. To those GOLD PA1U 1873.
had never fathomed; that she was capable "make them one," when an alarm was wont depend slavishly B B (Botanic Bloo-i Balm) a trial, Tim saloon-keeper, like the pawnbroker ., !i :i: ------- iEt .4

of a more intense, absorbing devotion sounded, and all eyes were turned to- on hydro-dynamic analogies it is r.ith- frankly admit itssuperiorityovcr ALL other thrives Courier.on. unredeemed plcd cs.-Boston .S r" BAKER & CO.'SBrBaast
er a rude shock to realize that in very blood medicines.Dr. .8 .
ward the beach.
than sentiment he had awakened -- --- -- ---- -
any W.J. Adair ._ -S..
in her. Beyond the lino of breakers a shipwa many cases we should pay far less attention "I regard I:. B. B.,as Rockinart one of the Ga best, writes blood: A POCKET pin-cushion' free to smokers ofTansills Gocoa'F :.

At times when his great, unselfish helplessly beating about in the electric disturbances in tho medicines." lulch" 5c.-Cigars. 5N:t .
conductor than to extraordinary Dr.A. H. Koscoe Nashville Tcnn. writes antl
heart lay bare before her, a shadow storm. : Mvv wants hut little here below; thearth In. O pre I
pulsations of "AU of B. B. B. favorable and cvi ..
energy that surround it. reports arc -e _
assembled is of the smallest
would creep into her beautiful eyes, anda merry-makers rushed We must to-day think of wire its speedy action is wonderful"Dr. e. one 1Ianct-Lilht _c' t:"%) No Chemicals
a carryinga ----- t--
tender regret would qulvnr across her out of the cottage turning white, J. W. Rhode, Cr.iwfordville, Ga., 4q. ;. : 't: .8
face, like the flutterings of a startled faces toward the awful scene, current not as a tube in which a certain writes: ''I confess B. B B. is the best und BRONChITIS is!' cured by frequent small o ? '- -' --- -. \ are tue i in It* p prtio. It .

but the shadow' never became memory distinct; for they knew that rescue was hopeless. mysterious flow is taking place, but; quickest tried.medicine" for rheumatism I haveever doses of Piso's Cure for. Consumption.A 5 mart Cocoa t.," Ir., wit r Stl.Arwro&1-1 of

enough for her to quite remember."It One solitary figure remained on the as around a mere which linear there nucleus is ceaseless along flow and Dr. B. J. Farmer Crawford?, Ga., SEXSITI'F is unlike : clock-he is -3.-0. I, I or Sugar.and coMinir ,Man fa.DO""non.iral ttnt ,

Is as if there was something in deck of the ill-fated vesseL Tho rest, a writes: "I cheerfully recommend B. R B. almost certain to go when he is"rundown." Q U) : 3C f cvf. 1* dtiicwus noaruhinf, .
which as was afterward learned, had entered of energy capable of producing tre. as a fine tonic alterative. Its use! cured an c, c I itrenRtb-u-nn.; F.ASILT DIQE
I .
past to recall
my ought she *& '
of the mendous effects, even far away from the excresenco of the neck aft('r other remedies ? : and admirably: xfoptxt 'Drll
would say, nestling closer to him, as if pne small boats, hours before wire. Wo must think of the conductor effected no porceptib1ego1"Pr. z : u we:*3 for p'rm ia h"aold

imploring his protection against tho taking with them provisions, and had .C. H. Montgomery.Jacksonville,Ala.: "Oh by Grorrywhere.
memory. "Oh, that long, blank past of left this man to his fate, because he was not as a thin line of wire, but as tho writes: "ily mother insisted on my potting So Tired_! : s W.BA DorcIiester.Mass J
center of a far-reaching electro-dynamic B. B. B. for her rheumatism her S
sick as oa-.e
in his berth
helpless below.
min*. What is it that lies beyond the the HWMIW' MPlS ,- fHT l LTQM'S 71STELESS
' disturbance. stubbornly resisted the usual remedies. is cry : SV [ STHUP OF ( UI1Xt,2 cm*
1 morning when you found me on the Crawling to the upper deck of the To take extreme She experienced immediate relief aid her W. L. DOUGLAS
an alternating
Jack sinking vessel, ho had discovered land case, an improvement has boon wonderful" of thousands 2sT|
beach ? she questipned.\ truly CHILRf car FOB LTCJTS STBU? Of PHME,
and saw that a Tine of ugly breakers current of very short period, capa Dr. G. W. Earle, Pickens, 1 S. C., writes: SHOE AND $2 SHOE
"My darling, I would' helpyou to solve ble of 1 recommended B. B. B. to who had S3 FOR GENTLEMENtad
producing inductive
tossed between enormous effects : a man every Spring.For ITCH'S SIRUP OF QUlMnE[ Seet Spt .
himself and
the mystery if I could safety. Other t i a a Lee
even! though I and transferring immense mechanical suffered for \'earwith! a malignant ulceron AdrertUed Specialties

knew that the solving of it would breakmy Those hardy, storm-beaten fishermen power, might penetrate the accompanying his leg, that seemed to resist all other that Tired Feeling None genuine nnl Are' ..the name hess nn After four rive bottles ar
realized in using! or OLD .tampe
own heart, he replied, tenderly."As an instant tho man's desper btnm. EVFRYSVIIERE. J{ your :.
conductor hardly more than L the ulcer began to heal'and his leg is now take you."eid poetil for Inst'uetlons how
if it; could," she whis ored, slyly. situation. There seemed to be no skin deep. What would go on within sound and well" threes W.from I..fotorv GL.\S.wout extra Hroebtoa.What churicf.. to buy Tourbibj will!JOe t tiu LYQM'S SYRUP Q
possible!' for him. Who Ia.s. -
"You are the best man on arth, Jack hope amongthem the wire we might almost neglect Ayer's Sarsaparilla u/TillS P PEa ol.,.. uinnii
and I wonder that should for would court almost certain death BETTER to wear a calico dress without
you caro a would bo only as wo neared and I. OCES
foolish little girl like me, who has for. for the uncertain chance of saving a surface that electrical energy passedits would 1 trimmings, if it be paid for than to owe the and recover nonsense it is to G BE AND ORDER- *'
stranger's? shop-keeper for tho most elegant silk, cut SUItE
gotten every thing !she knew, before she manifest itself. And further it is
came to you-name. ago and all; who I Isso The most they could do was to stand surprise to realize that electro-magnetic, a and ner.trimmed iu the most bewitching man Health and Vigor.It say a man is inclined to OZARKVINEGAR .

much a part of yourown self that the: on the shore and give him their sympa- induction has suddenly fallen into lino Makes .

words she speaks are your words; the thy until the ship went down. with other forms of radiant energy- Contagious llloo.l Disease! be bald. When a man is
I How( tall and straight ho stood distinctly The horror of blood diseases is tho fact
songs sings your songs; tho, that tho light and warmth of a sum the Weak Strong. AND CIDER
thoughts sIlo thinks outlined against the heavingwaters that they are contagious. Eczema Salt- bald it is ,
your thoughts. mer's sun differ from the solar waeof I rheum, Itch, and other skin diseases' becoming quite
When I awoko from i and the angry sky beyond. may Prepared by AND GET TiE BES1V.
dreadfuldcathliko induction that produce magnetic be contracted by using tho s. mo towel, and

stupor, into which tho terror Seeming to realize the utter hopelessness only in dl'gre-that a gas flame storm'L thus it frequently happens a whole family Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. against his inclination.Three .

of his situation, he'folded his I as truly an exhibition of electromagnetic becomes affected, with tho disease some Ask Olin Who
member has
contracted clsewheie.
S : It is Lowell Mass.11111'S
fever-emaciated .
arms across his breast energy as an electric light. Hut obviously the sacred duty of any one who applications of

and waited for death. all this, which may sound so revolutionary suffers from a blood disease to rid their sys JONES OF BINGHAMTON

Suddenly a cry from the 'bride's white is not new; it has gradually tern of the impurity. This can easily and LOUISIANACREOLE BINGHAMTON, N. Y. ,
be done
by using Dr. Bull's Sarsa-
lips rang out over the turbulent waters. been unfolded during fifteen years of parilU, the only perfectly safe and complete What? Why on Scales

She had recognized the man, and her splendid theoretical investigation, and blood purifier in the world. Its virtue is "

sleeping memory awoke, unrolling the has waited, as the law of gravitation: exclusively its own, and no other medicinecan PillS HAIR RESTORERwill He Pays the Freight.
with it in .
picture of the past before her startled I waited more than two centuries ago, for Any compare druggist will get it strength for }.ou or. Take .

vision. tho connecting link of experiment to other. Observe its size and test its virtue.

Reaching her white, imploring hands bind firmly together brilliant hypothesis Washington Observer. J. u. a-promIneidru1t stop your hair falling RUSSELLVrrInJOK

across the waters, heedless of all else, and recondite mathematics.-Electrical ,. -- of ATIEY. ", Miss...a .: "Your NOW KEAD7. .

save the one doomed man, she cried L World. Rules How ABSURD for newspapers to publish pills are, dolujc nonden la iMsate.The out and if faded will Tbrnbrr.,Tb'eai.zEwgcaMw Describe tbeir lat MUle*t unproved..48..
for Husbands." Ansort of wife Mill Ln lmmk II._ Powrrr. Atatlmurr
out: can prescribe better rules for sale ofTutt'sPi1thqceedthose Plate or liOILEItft. Ad a husband I
"Henry( Henry come to me. Oh, rny BRITISH STIFFNESS.A than ho can ohd iu restore color.PRATT RUSSELL"CO... PASSILLON, OHIO.

gj darling, I can not let you die." Good tory Told-by a Great French .nc"spiJpc1'Tl'xaa.? of all others combined.-'. 1Att" .u. ,.

In that moment Jack Lathrop knew They peculiarly toni I :BOir.ERs."ntF G.
Li Story-Teller. 'j'HT 'hampniii'V; .ai.l lli! that he too was doomed; that her: Dumas the elder often laughed at English L- W'I' it 1 c:ill :i ncct II' lit for 1 tio pods.'May scribe them."" al. ,GIN" COMPANY, I..prat.r., and I Sick te. PIea-.beeS i I

awakened memory could never sleep stiffness! and reserve. One of hh I)*': hit |ji f" siiiiictliiiig! of :a misfit for hu- SOLD EVERYWHERE. '*'"r"lIKO:WORJt. I
again. lie had read his heart's death "'a'i i .'''I'l-rs, it strikes mo:'-Washington;; J. 31. SMITH. Proprietor, CHICKASAW '
stories was this: I Tost. Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. _.* Jlanufactvers'AgentlorDANIEL'PRATTCOTTON ENGINES
sentence in her white, agonized face; "One day Victor Hugo and I were invited ----..: .--- -- IRON WORKS.
he saw it in her wide, appealing eyes. to dine with the Duko of Ducazcs. '.1.. TIlT ('l'nl'llt: :inguo1": :asked a II'OS' -. GINS JOHN E.HAS 11LE A('O..3epll.1 e..
Pl'o'tl'"rda": ;; "'!' ...t'a i'cdhir.m" .
lf..i'OU "Eh.ih said, in a low, intense Among the guests were Lord and F.edeA ..l Co.d.D.e. and SMITH
Lady :: .
"\ : \\"at tI': I'cpl'h.\', \oU could d '
voice, while his heart lay gasping in its: Palmers ton-of course this happened uV'ltl the: hn'a:, of tLiy witl! tlmt l'cuwut.1Iarl' : ."- A.a $PRAT.?$ac\X S.ue'MrHo PRATT REVOLVING MILBV. !II'J* DETECTIVES ';

ARK 'TUB REST MAN death agonies "what is that man to before the February revolution. At midnight L <'I" tazll': HED,
-. Ecllpae Haler *nd t1m Top Wasted la avery Coiai?. Sbrri am ta act .
JACK." you? tea was handed round. Victor, A 'i'tTi.\u -OprtflObstUltl! -) have a voice".e.Gin RePAirer. I..Saent SerTt... F.P.o..-U.8."el..wM Panl..8.. ..
"Forgive me, Jack," she sobbed; "I Hugo and I were sitting side by side, ot lii: t'liilnv. willowy l l1g-uJ''herr: 'lips To Sick Headache. 98 to 106 POPLAR STREET Granaan Detetive Bareaa AKall.i li&t,Q .'
of CIr B10IRMS9. THIS P4f IB ,
N the wreck or the almost death in the did not know. I had forgotten. My chatting merrily. Lord and Lady 1'al- chestnut hal I' and hil: v-\es.. : She must 1arl LI\cr take(nstptlu Memphis.Tenn. Of: vvrite for prices and iers.Na.I.TUI3 tn>r Ibao .witta

\ waves had plunged me, I had e\ery past was sure to come back sometime merston had arrived late lia\olx'en raised in the lumber rC'gions.orli .- certain remedy. SMITH'S aoid W PAPia tnrj tim j very and there D4"flJlOfl WITH.OtT
bet thing to learn again, even to my alpha and when it did-oh. Jack, he is all the had, consequently, been no opportunity = "towllirahi .--- BILE BEANS you want aFamflyVehjcj'Buggy pENSIONS BELA.

and "the names of the household world to me. Do not let him die." to introduce us before dinner. Aftet. STISVSOI. : :ideauf honesty prevail.. It i is or Road Cart,one,ten .1 H1TER clam la

furniture. She laughed merrily at her bhe was kneeling on the beach, lift dinner, it seems it was English surdy'I' .n)for a fruiteivr to put all tho Use the SMALL SIZE(40 little beast to the or car load at cheaper prices iUMX ATTORNEY PATU AVAHHI_ C
This iha. ntta.WAT"STRONG
misfortune, but the shadow deepened ing her clasped hands to him big iH\M'lies (I the top of the K'sket.; hut it tle). They are the most convenient: 6ult bt -' than ever known writ Jl amy
In the kind her ten- supplicatingly. custom consequently, did not allow I. is !UI'I' as r'irht; to buiM the 1runt of the ITieeof either size. 25 cents per bottle. a 1& .r oncetoW.s.BrnceiCoJIeni at. AVIO&1ET <
eyes regarding so
us to be addressed by the illustrious hOlsl' tine freestone, and the hadof com KISSINC at7. 17. 70: Pboto-pramra. phis. Tenn., and AT LAW.
derly. Stepping lower upon the beach Jack : mon blick A l'l'lbil amount of sham is panel size of this picture for i get prices L 8S0 Hal. Mtreet. U E'HIM. TEN
couple. at large
.' once, young Ducazescame human cents Uoppers or stamps). catalogue FREE j I r SPECIL AtTZstioto
10'01' that reason it seems like a most Lathrop put his hand to his mouth and I up to us, and said: necessary t -happuitsa.Exchange..- ---- .1.F.SMITTt&CO.. I M IRTAM.VQ n. K.COLXmSG AT4T.

unkind and unworthy advantage I an shouted across the waters: 4My dear: Dumas, Lord Palmerston AniVRisan institution into which YOU Makers "Bile Beans" Su Louis. MO.C I :/ -P.U..!,1 t ,

taking," he responded serlou '. "Courage, I will save you yet." begs you will leave chair free between put ('ntdcnll arid money' and draw 'out ftejiewyjteusfofILCWPCDSIOfl .

t "There will always a thought lying Then turning, he lifted Elsie from her you and Victor Hugo.' you
"t:. .. like a shadow between us, dear, that if |lowly position, his white, stern is --- CHIL1> A. .
face "I hastened he no how
to do as wished. We tclliig circumstances .k SooiW.aiajy.
Tboiuauil. of KcCnck. D.C..*,9.
n o
; you could remember your past you softening as he did so, and said in tremulous moved away from each other. and placeda will develop a man Look! at Biauiarck' women ta tb:.ouuf V. S. A.. I r rATMUOTT_J w.PATENTS .
might never h'ave'b wife." tones of See how he'sturned out.''-Philadelpaij Uirir Ii .and iheir bemltli and
entreaty: chair between us. Thereupon Lord Pre:. their happioeti to RIdje'.Food I Invtnt(mmMhlnr and make
t' "I shall never think It': I am sure; "In another hour you would have Palmers entered, holding the handof -- O I ud their CklMhood dulr dirt ia Infancy Jour FORTUNE! A.o

t but I do"wonder what that past was. It been my wife, Elsie. Give me one kiss. his wife led her to and invited IF the truth were known many: a boastful RKlje..Food. B/bYab.. P8e" .4 S BOl
is 60 trying Jack, to know that a part It is to be the last. lIe will up us soldier has neretbeezi under fire t* IS lilt LEADING FOOD 1J 33"OU op. W4NH.KICU AND WHISkEY ; I Address W.T. .D" :J

of one's existence is a blank. It is as il when he knows." not care her this to without sit down saying on the a word.empty chair-all disharge from the arI'.-..ilghal'tn CXIt'ptwhen /((UII& o CO.P..r. I. O P.I I UM CUIp AT' hook PAIS of par .I -1 papz&a4wcb I,. tlW.J C

I had lived on earth, died to it, and She put her white arms about his[ 'My lady,.' he said to his wife, vhi:Lt ltpublkan. PRANK SCHUMANN tla. M .tET FREE.M.D. I BUSINESS COLLEGE,
then come back again under different neck, IT must make a itcr feel ATWTA. CA. WOL. : TE.4N.
bobbing: sick to Guns Hs o I 'UXPBl
time have ? tel J 8t Will
4 conditions and-well" it is very annoying "Oh, Jack! my more than brother, She looked you at her watch and answered : and see one to of hear his bi. extmiut suspiciously, when he, ..TacieASD 1./rp J I II 'l aau ERE&$ tp'WHITE riT-.p.clmea.

to say the least. Then seeing the forgive me, that I did not remember be. : knows there has been \\orkdone it. I YOUNfi'MEN T
shadow on his face, she laid her band fore." -Exchange. 'o1 on "'." Sportsman'stzr I II V4ra.Bunee&here emphr and Rl'O&
KoKo Tulu ITIV
in his and added, coaxingly: "But let With her kiss-it was only a sister 'Thirty-five! 'past twelve. .-- tzr Yea CATA LOG CE No.D. TRY l I IltuODI Write"J.D,BROW.sXo
'Well 11U
then said the minister "Its how *18 SUDples"
us forget it, Jack, dear, since we cannot kiss! as he knew-on his great queer oftnyou read of actors'wives Main SuMcmpiKTcna. 'olpho
lips, he went 'remember well this to sukide:' rats PAStA.'
trying "Yes
remember; let us try to feel as if all to his death the day, at thirty-five 3luriiitie cOIl 0 c 70" TREE "Whole soot.'VP.Flees
brave strong fellow replicd 'n they sit SHOBTB.ub -.
minutes out LALESMEM PAT-
twelve iSITcTr
past was spent here, in this' pretty past you were sitting i in front n Cburct,. ,Crner Rot Ito
my more powerful than any two of those sometimes and look at the pl.'."- NEEDLES f SSSS-doSKoSK SummEr St Nuhine,TeD" .LocisL&NA.3tO.
between Fail
Alexander Dumas: and Victor Post / .Pp. .lex.i TI3' I
cottage by the sea with the love of your stalwart fishermen about him. Washington Trade led. Euctapratcyan<,sur..Co I II .Uh _
dear mother and your dear self to fill His Hugo-an honor which you will probav :: SHUTTLES,5e for wbne.e! ) price Bookkeepngaad Penmanship. I -
white-tacedbnlde neverknew ho bly never IT is not alone the medicine men I "t,BLELOCK M',' Co. IAJUIBH PAfUOTVTkM Wrteforctojue. S8 a worth $LU '
all the crevices of it. This is tho enjoy again in your lifetime among RSPAiRS.; \ JW $5 day. Samples J
only ho the Indians who ; .
reached the Q FREE.
the .
vessel's side go on war-path for Lue".St I LIneSnotnJerbor.e'feI.WTUS| -
homo I have any knowledge of and only the tall ; she saw "Then he offered his arm again to his >age.-Pittsburgh Chronicle. pil Sz.uu.Tns 1.1 .""7..1.. ., I aa&lhTla!HICU' RIIJ HOLDES CO..U.U- j
on its deck. Her \' Jfc, and took her back PATENTS I :.& .
though we know that those other vs tohcTseut wit)1j 1 T 7.. ______I '.
were spent :,aomowhere it matters littlo yea who thoughts, her prayers wrro all for him J Ol t saying a word to us became wo hl; THE time is approaching ,when joa'llnecd I I HO t l.ITI.r'rr-Jj'vV.JX: Jtt: AJI101 lreMu.[ AlHo'.ut If so: you watj of How to t& PENSION QUICE. Sent for I -i---:: : F. 1293. .:
held : Y"nainn
her heart in Li keeping I not your lawn-mower and more a.-> the seasoaadvances. L : t.d..s. I..I.\.sr.1- V.s. been prescntcd.Y.. Lvdgcr.Vte tu-l-ucc- (;. SEND. FOR TU
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