Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00249
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: THE END. he had boon invited to the capitalist'. SCHOOL AND CHURCH.The GENERAL PECULIARITIES.
h ;;,...; ttmotIth................_..............._.. 5jUlrobwriptions [The doitor told the-t that he cculd not pos table. The fact is, until this morning --- .

; roust be paid Invariably ii sibly live twenty-four hours.] M r. U-ookshad scarcely vouchsafed him oldest college dormitory in the n the Unman Family I Kieht-llandod A Trouble VThlol: Did Not TI.1 to Wifely -Crackers be 'oasted by laying
: ;=noe. NOdSCdWIflat1onaIntavorofan, more than a cool nod United States is the one known as South and Left-Lcgaei. Hues Ind Arziimcnf may
A few brief hours and I shall He on meeting; but thI on the oven grate for a few minutes -
I ,si ,1'. CpmmunlMtlons upon all matters of locK Beneath yon calm and peaceful sky, h changed, or appeared to, and his behavior Middle at Yale. It was erected in 1752. Tho reason why men are as a generalrule The misguided robin chirped cheerfully Tho oven must be hot brown

I -J; .t BWreBt-4 oUe* d from all parts of tho county Whose breast is bright with notes and bars, altered with it. Such is the -Boston has now thirty Congregational right-handed is thus ingeniously f among the frost-bitten blossoms in them. t

> < 10; ;) And Whose laughing bosom music of the t tllrs- way of the world! twenty-eight Baptist and twen- given: Primitive man, being by nature t the cherry tree. the early bee banged up Cocoanut Cream: To one pint of

spread from pole to pole, It was ty-seven Episcopal churches.A a fighting animal, fought for the most against the window and buzzed
very pleasant .dinnr.> Tho pane
In : r.
I,, : ;t. SECRET SOCIETIES. silence shall my grave console. cream add ono cupful of grated
-:,: young artist remained afterwards. meeting of members of the United part at first with his great canine teeth, profanely, the neighbors chicken ami beat it it is thick; cooanut then

; .. V With straightened limbs my bones shall rest, "I have an engagement, Mr. Eames and Reformed Presbyterian churches his nails and his fists, ti in process of scratched and cackled with demoniac 1nti Send
cupful powdered
, t Order of My head against my coffin pressed; said Mr. Brooks the time ho added to early and glee in Mrs. McSwat's hal sugar.
: Independent Odd Fellows. And hour by hour and day by day "a meeting of was held recently in Pittsburgh at nat prematurely-aged t to the table in crystal pitcher
""' I bank directors but Inustn'tfl'o which ural weapons, the further persuasions lettuce-bed, and the fraudful old a
; MeetseTeryTues My humble dust shall pass away. ; you away. a committee was appointed to Mm and hand it to each guest when the
... Mary will entertain you." urge the un'.on: of those two branches before of a club or shillalah. He also foug-ht shone as innocently anI smilingly on
; -; (JJl:: day night at Odd This hand that writes shall cranberry jelly is sered.
: then Darwin
:} And shrunk be cold, The young man did not go away, and the higher courts of both churches. as has conclusively the McSwat dwelling as if i :; 'Fellows' Hall and eaten with the mold the main for the Boiled Fish: Stuff the fish with
r. possession of the females well that within
apparently perfectly two three
II I ( brothers Of time, and death and dark decay, was satisfied by tho entertainment -The.voluntary contributions for the o rolled bread-crumbi seasoned with butter -
:, Transient cordially invited Ujttend. 'Till Joint by Joint returns to clay. he received. Ho blessed his support of the Anglican schools ot England of his kind, against other members hours there would be a deiig3 of rain, salt

L. C. HULL, Koble Grand. aunt.!or her legacy, if only it had amounted to over 550,000,000 in of his own sex and species. And a hail-storm and a cold wa\-,. : pepper an! sago or parsley as
The dread the procured it in floured
; tJ.. FIELDS, Sec'y. p. o. Box 4L Shall rend fear the torment sore, him this afternoon's interview the between 1870 and 1888. i you fight, you soon learn to protect "Billigcr," said :Mr.:\ McSwat's young preferred. Wrap a cloth
. my heartstrings
' nevermore, perio : tie it securely, then put it into well
l' Nor human wilds nor'worldly strife, with tho young lady he had ad inspectors class the Anglican the most exposed and vulnerable portion wife, with a shade of anxiety in her aalted water. Allowfrom
: V Improved Order of Bed To bnrery win the bread of life mired. But it gained him more. E\ory schools thus: Excelent, 10,963; fair, of your body. Or, i you don't natv and manner, "you seem out of to ten minutes for right.-
: Shall ne'er, within my narrow bed, four days he received a similar invita 3,851; indifferent, 84.I ural selection manages it for you, by spirits this morning. Won't you have per pound bin
p CBcelo Tribe Xo. 1, Florida-Cotfnell Disturb or wake my wearied head. killing immediate The Housekeeper.As .
tion. He could not fail to that you of as an consequence. another flannel cake?
sea been
has the custom at Yale
:: fires kindled each Wednesday's A Ezekiel the boxer, wrestler or "Do a variety from plain rolls mix a
Sleep At thousand years shall pass me by, Brooks looked with evident assisting needy students to you think Lobelia, he replud(
! their Wigwam, Stance, Fla. Without a change In land or sky; complacency on tho good understanding of give hand-to-hand combatant, that most vulnerable loomily, "that flannel cakes will cure few dried currants dusted with flour in
Transient! brothers are cordially in. Nor Shall winter's e'er disturb snow nor summer's heat between his daughter and himself. ing.help irrespective The faculty have scholarship now' concluded portion is undoubtedly the a man of low spirits?" the dough, and put a little butter suirar

.I ; rite:!to attend. my winding-sheet. "What will ho say?'' thought tho that assistance will be more worthily heart. A hard blow well delivered, on "Don't the ham and eggs suit you, and powdered cinnamon on top when

:' .. W. W. TCMBLIX, Sachem. At evening's close I'll meet no more young man, "when he finds out what sort bestowed if given to no students falling the left breast will easily kill, or, at any Billiger?" she asked tenderly."Am they are shaped and in the pan. To
The smile that waits me at the door; of rate, stun even a strong man. Hence, I make tho crust on rolls soft and glossy
Wfc M. MEACHAM, C. of R. The hills and dales and brooks shall a legacy I have ceived from my below the second of the four scholarship making any complaint about brush
baA them with milk before
aunt?" from an early period, men have used the provender?" over putting -

, ,, 'r: mute forevermore to me Occasionally, too, Je felt division of the several classes the right band to fight with, and have "No, you are not complaining. IM them into tho oven.
. Gore
... : CHUKCH DIRhCTOKY.I No morn shall wake me at its dawn, about his hasty assent to the proposition -lrs. Cuthberthas successfully employed the left arm chiefly to cover rather you would find fault than st lie. -Custard a Substitute for Cream:

II. .. ;::' No When more, on mead or field or lawn to buy four hundred :shares: of railroad i a industry in the heart and parry a blow aimed at Then 1 would know exactly what tho Beat up tho yelks of two eggs with bal
landscapes smile beneath the her Industrial School at Blackrock, Ireland -
,' Itaptlet Church. Shall romping children to me run. sin. stock at fifty-sir, when ho hadn't in addition to the knitting and that specially vulnerable region. And trouble is. I the coffee isn't strong a pint of milk sweeten and flavor very

l!! V Services at 10:00 a.m. and 7 p.m. fifty dollars ahead. He reckoned when weapons of offense and defense enough, or steak isn't cooked in the slightly, then pour into a fug; place this
up other work carried
"; 1 Prayer meeting every Wednesday at f 8 O To happy life's day contentions these eyes and shell its woes close, one day what his purchase would amount silk hand-embroidery on, there.adapted This to i supersede mere fists and teeth, it is the way you used to get it at home, why in latter in boiling water and stir'till quite

: to, and his right hand that grasps the spear orword mercy's name don't hot. Allow the preparation to become
:: p.m. 1.1.1.:: WOMPOLT, Pastor. And all the miseries that ban breath was nearly taken dresses, and chiefly carried out in you-
The mystic course of foolish! I when fie found while the left holds over the "Lobelia, you oblige me by quite cold, then serve cream for
: Sunday School meets man away it amounted totlWtfYf1 ic wil i a
every Sunday designs from the Book of Kells.
'h! thousand I heart for defense the shield or buckler. checking this rapturous gush of ..solici fruit pies preserved fruits,
at 10'30.TATE. : (dollar! Still, ithad {utlin3.
V morning My span of life, my humble lot, is said to be very
From this .
beautiful simple origin, then- the tude? I'm Gentleman.
Like been in a manner forced not kicking any fub-i over
Powrr.L, M.D. friendship's will be forgot; upon him. -The statistics of New
Supt.rrf'lIbyterlan colleges
AId all the world will live the same He asked no questions, but every now England whole vast difference of right and left tfee confounded grub am I?" Apple Pudding: Pare,core antI slice

As if :I never had a name. and then the old gentleman said: "All given out recently by the Young in civilized life takes its beginning. At "I think you-you are just as ti- two medium-sized apples into a puddingdish

Church. -Hugh F. Macdermott, in Journalist. going well! Stock advancing Men's Christian Association at its meeting first, no doubt, the superiority of the mean as you-you can be!" sobbed Mrs. and add a very little water. Make

; Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m.1 With that he rapidly. at Middletown, Conn., show that right ha nd was only felt in the mannerof McSwat "I do tho best I-I can to- a batter of one egg one-half cupful of

i V Mid 8 p.m. R. 15. MATTICE, Pastor. EAMES' LEGACY. I ho was so carried was away content.by love of Inde.Mary.?.!, Williams College has the largest percentage fighting. But that alone gave it a I I. to please you, and you speak of my of' sugar ono tablespoonful of butter, one

; Sunday School every Sunday at 10 Brooks that he gave little thought tc of church members in attendance :. distinct pull, and paved the way at forts as confounded gr-gr-grub." cupful of sweet milk or water and V

.. ..m. H. C. HULL, Supt. any other subject. next to Wesleyan and:lddlebury. lOut for the supremacy elsewhere; Billiger groaned. enough flour previously mixed with baking -

. His Aunt's Old Silver Watch Brings One day :Mr.: Brooks came his face of three hundred and ten men, two : for when weapons came into use "The breakfast is all right Lobelia," powder to give it the consistency of

g MrthodUt Chnrch. Him Luck. beaming with joy. up hundred and eighteen are members of. the habitual employment of the he said. "I've paid a dollar fo: a worse cake batter. Pour this over the apples _

"Wish the church, and over forty are trainingfor right hand to grasp the spear, sword or l lay-out many a time." and bake in a moderate oven for an 1
: Services Sabbath at 10:30 you joy, Eames, ho said.
every : a.m. tho Christian .
Charles Eames stepped into tho office "Wimbledon's ministry.The knifo made the nerves or muscles of the "Then what is tho matter dear?" hour. Serve with cream and sugar..

.. V Hid 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting every of his friend Bowles, editor of the Give gone up like a rocket to attendance at Board schools, as right side far more obedient to the control urged Mrs. McSwat, drying her tears. Western Rural.

Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30. Glenville Courant. par.for "me authority, and I'll sellout the public non-sectarian schools of England of the will than those of the left "I know there is -To preserve rhubarb for winter use,
. Jos. F. SHAKOS, Pastor. "How are Eames asked you. are called, has increased in six- Tho dexterity thus the .
;you the The artist did so, hardly acquired by i it-is it any thing @ or failed w ash the stalks and add one pound of V
Sunday School Sunday at 9 editor."I realizing teen from 8,726: to 1,378,000. The how the word "
i I every a.m.J. what it meant till three after ho years right-see "dexterity"from to do? sugar to each pound of rhubarb,
days afft
t CHARLES RICHAKD, Supt. ought to feel happy, I suppose," received a little note to this effect: attendance at Church schools has also ( the Latin dexter, the right) implies "Isn't it beginning to look like rain?" cutting the stalks into pieces an

said the young man, a little ruefully, DEAII E.ua-IIa\'c sold out increased in the same period, but in no this fact-made i more natural "You know it isn't. Don't try to put i inch long. To every six pounds of
live him-
- Christian Church. "for I've just received notice of a leg- d red shares of WiniMrilrm at your 101. So you such proportion. Tho Church of England for the early hunter an, artificer to employ me off, Billiger? What is the---" sugar use one-fourth pound of whole

acy." bought:: at 5f r.. This gives:: you a clear rr'oiltof schools report an attendance of the same hand preferentially in the "Nothing in the paper this morning ginger. Cover the rhubarb with
d. 20 Acts xxvi. 23 I. Peter sugar
Acts iv.
_ } ; ; 1C. "Indeed I forty-five dollars sharer 1,664,070, which is larger by about 2SC.-( manufacture of Hint
. hatchets bows
congratulate you. per twenty twothousand but strike: and World's Fair locations. and ginger ami let it stand ia a
Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. "Wait fIve hundred dollars. Yen liad lietierlake 000 than that of the Board.schools Dissenting deep
till anil
you hear what it is. ; arrows, and all the other manifold Do you know. Lobelia, my theory is--" dish for forty-eight hours before cook-
V (}. P. Youxn, Pastor. "Well, what is it?" a'ry t my ofrtce at once.re invrst Yours jour very surplus.truly: Cal! .schools (Protestant), 3S4,'W, an activities of savage life. I was the "Nevermind the paper. Tell mo tho ing. Hoi the sir up thus formed hal an .

Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 Aunt Martha has just died, LZF.h.ir.l.BlOOKS.Charles increase of upward of 88,000; Dissenting h hand with which he grasped nis weapon; cause of your-" hour, then add tho rhubarb stir it as

p.m. P. P. DARBY, Supt. leaving fifty: thousand dollars." Eames read this letter thrco schools (Roman Catholic), IfcS.Obti, ian t was, therefore, the hand with which "And the fruit crop in Michigan i is-" l little as possible to avoid breaking it.

"To :you? I congratulate :you heart times before ho could realize its mean increase of more than 108,000.An he chipped it. To the end, however, "The fruit' crop in Michigan has When i looks clear, removo from the

Q ily. i ng. Could it be that without investinga official report shows that there the right hand remains, especially "the nothing to do with this case. What do fire put in jars for winter use.-N

OFFICIAL Cr/flECTORY. "No: she leaves it to a public institu cent ho had made over twenty thousand are 283 Indian schools in the Dominion.Of hand in which you hold :your knife;" you care for the Michigan fruit crops? Y. World.

,,4 tion. Sho leaves me only her silver dollars? It must be a dream, he this number 81 aro managed by the and that is how your own children to You may as well tell mo. Hii er. what V

. City O lcers. watch, which she has carried for forty thought Church of England, 80 Roman Catholic, this day decide the question, which ia i is that weighs on your mind. Even if UNNECESSARY DRUDGERY.louei.i .

p. :S3 Methodist, 10 Presbyterian and 10 which, when they begin to know their
\ Mayor-J. C. W Ills. years. But when he called at the old gentle undenominational it should bo financial troulleandshe : I InConlfut.n'f. Which .
"How is that?" man's The funds for their right hand from their le't for practical laid her 11.
Aldermen-W. W. Sapp U. D. :Miner, office, ho found it was really arm carcssiy about his rlriniriil! Skill Might Kenifly. .
"She didn't approve of my becoming tru('. support are divided as follows: Roman purpose.*. neck-"a wife's devotion can-" Clo'et-rol is no mere feminine fancy
E. Pace J. G. Alvarez
George J. M. ,n artist. She wished me to be a merchant "Mr. flames; how about this money? Catholics, 5257,000, ; Church of England, Now man being righ t-handed, it would "Great-grandfather," exclaimed Bill i- b' ut the good sense of the sex. It is as ;,

Iruby. If I had consulted her wishes, I Shall I re.invest it for you':'" 1S6,7fl1; Presbyterians, )6,439; nondenominational naturally bo supposed that ho is also ger, agonizingly, springing to his feet uoco33ary to a housekeeper as a corn-

Clerk-Walter Wills. should, doubtless, have been her sole "Thank ;you, sir. I wish you \\'onl,1.I $ ,l,941; Methodists( 21- right-legged, but this does not appearto "Land of misery What did you do bin t ij to a farmer or a tool-chest to '

Treasurer-J. W. Morgan. heir. This small legacy is meant more should liRe a little in hand, how- 541-; total. 5574,285. The Church of England be the case. Standing and working that for Lobelia?" a mechanic-that she may have some- ;

MarshHl-E. D. Wall. as an aggravation than any thing else." ever." the Presbyterian church and tho with his right hand, there is a tendencyto "Is it financial embarrassment, Billi- whew to put things sn that they shall j

Assessor-T. W. Sweat. "But you can make your own way." "Certainly. Will that answer?" and :Methodist: church supplemented the use the left leg for balance. Many ger? Did I touch upon it at the first lie out of the way when ono wants to ,

"1 can earn a scanty living at present the old gentleman wrote a check for five government grant quite materially, but people find less exertion in going round -" move, and in the way when one want .

County Officers. I hope to do better by and ty.: hundred dollars, and placed it in the the Catholic church is not known to circles to the right than to the left. "Touch upon itt" howled her husband, to find them. I should bo ample and '

County Judge-W. F. Malphus. But you know my admiration for :Mary young man's hand.It make any expenditure for the schools. Race paths are nearly always made for dancing frantically about the room. well distributed so that she may not -i:

Olerk ol Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. Brooks. If I had been Aunt Martha's was more money than he had ever NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY running in circles to the right So the "(Jood heavens! I you had used a have to b endlessly moving one thing :

Sheriff D. L. Alvarez. solo heir, I could have gained herfather's before possessed at one time. This wasconvincing majority of movements are more readiyperfori.d sledge-hammer i couldn't have hurt to get another. I a farmer had his 1"'
Assefsor-J. consent to our marriage. Nowit proof of the reality of his Charming Things for 'eronaldornmeo' to the right, as dancing, running worse!" grain insuch shape that ho had toshovel

Tar E. Wainright. is hopeless.!; good fortune. and Artistic Home Decoration. etc. The rule in walking is to "Then I was right. It's nothing but out a bushel of oats every time he wanted .

Tar Collector-M. M. Hale. "I am not so sure of that. This legacy The next day he wont to the city and A sash buckle that promises to become keep to the right, and this appears to money troubles?" a bushel of corn-and then put tho

Superintendent of Schools-J. L. lulL may help you." ordered a handsome suit of clothes at a popular this season is about three bo almost universal. I is more naturalto "Money troubles? Suffering Job! oats back again-there would bo sound

County Surveyor-W.II. Edwards,C.E. "An old watch? You are joking." fashionable tailor's. The fact was his inches long and consists only of plain bear to the right Of a large number you want to know what weighs my I of saw and hammer in that barn, and anew J 1

County Commissioners, A. Knight "Not if you will strictly observe my old coat was getting threadbare, and twisted silver wire. of people from the bettor educated spirit down. Lobelia, and fills my soul arrangement of things, i there

D. B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. L. Pin directions." his overcoat decidedly seedy. While- An exceedingly-attractive silver flask classes asked about the existence of the with gloom, look!" was a tree left on his farm and a saw-

bolster, M. V. Smith. "What are they?" he was about it ho bought a new coat an-l has a plum bough with blossoms etched rule, only 67 per cent of males and 53 With a grip of iron he held her at mill within a hundred miles.

-T "Simply this: Agree for one calendar boots as well as other needed articles, on the exterior. Several plums in silver per cent. of the females were awareof arms' length and bared his neck. Many labor-saving inventions aro yet

State Officer month not to mention or convey the and still returned with money enoughin gilt are shown among the leaves. the rule. The large majority obey it Mr. Billiger McSwat was suffering possible for tho household. There wil. ,.

least idea of the nature of your aunt's his pocket to make him feel rich. An ostentatious Parisian chatelaine unconsciously in walh ing. Crowds tendto from his regular spring boil.-Chicagr b machine to wash dishes,and a

Governor-F. P. Fleming, Jackson- bequest I will manage the rest." lIe changed his boarding-house, en- ornament which will undoubtedly find bear to the right. The left leg being Tribune. cooking stove as Mrs. Livermore sug-

rille. "I don't at all know what you mean, gaging a handscme room at a much admirers in this country is a silver the stronger, it is more readily broughtinto gcstJ, to which no woman shall bend

Secretary of State-John L. Crawford, Bowles," said the young artist; "but I nicer boardinghouse."It postal-card receiver elaborately en- action. Hence, soldiers'start off A DETECTIVE'S STORY.A the knee. They will como when domestic .

Crawfordville. am in your hands." to graved. with the left foot I is the foot whichis work shall be held in such high .
seems me are dashingout
you J
Sad from lie
'VYhicn Never
Attorney-General Lamar, MonO "That is all I wish. Now rememberto Eames," said his friend, the editor. The hair bands of gold, studded with I placed into the stirrup of the saddleor Surprise Fully Keoovered. honor as to enlist the best mechanical

tlcello. i express surprise at nothing; but let "You know I've had a legacy," said precious stones, which were so popular step of l/lcyclo when mounting. So I was over at the Central station yes genius of the ago in its b half. So longas -;
Treasurer matters take their the left is the foot wich a man takes off the kitchen is cried down. like tho
J. Pons, Macclenney. course. Eames laughing."I during the winter season, are being terday and met one of the detectiveswho

Commissioner cf Agriculture B. "Very well." begin to think you have," said the imitated in plain silver for seaside from in jumping. In the experimentsof was oil duty. In a ramble he woundup jail, for those to keep out of who can 1.

Wombwell. f In the next issue of the Glenville editor. wear. :Mr.: G. II. Darwin, blindfolding boys with this story: and those to endure who must, it will ..

, Comptrollor-General D. Barnes. Courant the young artist was surprisedto When Eames appeared on the street A wonderful specimen of deposit workis and tolling! them ,t walk straight, the "I sometimes tire of the business. be likely to bo little more inviting than

Ai1utant-qeneral-Dayid Long, Cedar: read the following paragraph: in his new suit it was a confirmation of seen in a scent bottle, which has right-handed one divered to the right, is such succession of surprises I the aforesaid jail. Let our woman's

Kejra. We are gratified to record a piece of good the news of his inheritance. His removal scenes from Bunyan's "Pigrim's Progress" and vice versa. From measurements of any man a who sticks to it, unless ho i is a rights advocates only begin at the right ft V
luck which has just befallen our esteemed lei Dr. Garsonof the skeletons of the two
end combine all their
to a fashionable boarding-houso wrought in open work over the hardened creature must later -- argument wit
Superintendent of Public Instruction low-citizen, the promising young artist, Charles
legsin 54.2 per cent. the left leg was the
-Albert Russcl Jacksonville. Eames. By the will of an aunt recently deceased was additional confirmation. It was thick glass.A break down with nervous pro tration. learning, persusion agitation

he comes Into possession of a piece of wonderful how he rose in the estimation strawberry is almost perfectly simulated longer, and 35.8 the right. For measurements I had one of these surprises:! once from improved domestic facilities:!, and they V V.

I -, property which has been in the family for many: of people who had before looked in a needle cushion of recent of feet, Prof. Ball collected which I have never fully recovered. can make American manho do .

L.: B. RHODES years.thousand Miss Eames dollars."is reported to have left upon him as a shiftless artist. make. The top of tho berry is of bright the drawings and measurements of 200 "There was a man who b ldan honor any thing they want The
fifty with the result that in 44
"RealI the All at once it occurred to him: "Whyshouldn't silver, while the cushion is of red percent able place in a railroad office. Besides women's papers in farmers' institutes V
:}, :young the left was longer, in 21.5 cent.
would from 1 propose for Mary Brooks? chamois skin with spots. per and faithful, ho was one are even now working in thi direction
"anybody naturally 1eingtrusted
suppose the right, and in 34.5 cent. they
Attorney at Lawi this paragraph that I had inherited my With twenty thousand dollars I could Originality of 'design Is shown In a were the same size. Measurements per at of the biggest-hearted men lover knew. of reform in dwellings appliances.

aunt's entire certainly support her comfortably. Roman gold-colored chased vinaigrette, To come In contact with him was to feel Why not have a woman's domestic congress
property. the first left
i lie put on' his hat and walked down There was a very pretty cottage and shaped like a sea horse. The head, joint gave 5 per cent that one was younger-to feel that there that shall offer handsome premi*
larger, and at the instep 42.5 cent.
V ARKE, FLA. the street. Ho met Ezekiel Brooks tasteful grounds for sale at five thousand which forms the top of tho ornament, per was something in life worth living for. nina for improved implement plans of
From the table [of the figures it observed -
president of tho Glenvillo National dollars. This would make a contains diamonds and rubies artistically i When I knew him I was a boy. I used, dwellings etc. Say $1,000 for the best V
that the left foot is more frequently *
charming home." collar. to to his train to meet him and model o a cooking-stove as high as a
Bank. arranged as a go carry
the larger in the male than in V
Commercial Hotel Mr. Brooks beamed with cordiality. One morning, with considerable trepidation Many young ladies are turning their the fenralo. Tho percentage of the his hand-bag for him just to be in his table so that every culinary operation V

dear sir to congratulate young Eames broached the subject attention to making jewel boxes of beveled company. When I became of age I could be performed without stooping -
"My permit mo right larger than the left is veJ y con- otherwise
and efficient those
he said. to Mr. Brooks. glass, put together with many- drifted into this business, and have been as a! now
:you, stant, whereas the numbers of the left
"No I should like better for hued ribbons. The of in it since. Ono I in the in use. Then, by publications and addresses -
"You have read the Courant? said one a I advantage a receptacle ever day was
Opposite Depot STARKE FL.!. larger and those in which both feet and
Eames. son-in-law, if Mary is willing," was the of this character is that the were the same size are much more police court waiting for my case to como at public gatherings, suitable V
from house to house. make
"Yes and I to hear of: prompt answer. can be seen from tho exterior. up-one that I had against somo agencies
; am delighted variable. Man, being naturally or artificially their known all their
First-Class Accommodations. your good fortune. Can I speak to you :Mary was willing, and as there An odd conception, manufactured at right-handed ana left-footed, poor devil. The clerk was callingthe improvements t

on business a moment?" seemed no good reason for waiting, tho the suggestion of a New York lady, is I tends unconsciously to bear to the right;; docket in a solemn sort of way. Ho sex.There is for instance
no reason,
$2.00 : marriage took place within a few an enameled orange which opens and : came to one name in the list which w
PER DAY. "Certainly, Mr. Brooks.:! lower animals, on the other hand, appear : should be about
now lifting
"You'll but I know weeks. discloses a watch in one half, and a familiar to me. After he had called it any woman
excuse advice, nr.arly always to circle to the V
Special unmerciful iron kettles
rates made to Weekly or V said his father-in-law in the other. The exterior of left the officer to whom the arrest the old. weighing -
you are not a business man, while I am. !', ,, purse -Boston Herald. wno
Monthly Boarders.
: Hotel of ton. when she
thoroughly some part a can
returned from this article is real credited stepped up before the court an.l.
after the exceedingly
to make people unique
renovated My man, do want young .
and run in first-class order.J. you have thos3 of agate-iron ware, to
some money'"' their wedding journey, "it is time for istic.-Jewelers' Weekly. Tcrfcctly .Natural. said in a mechanical sort of way, I b
kLEINSCHMIDT Proprietor. moved e asily by the feeblest arm. As .
'Found dead this
to do me to render an account of your thought, morning in
"Certainly; I: should be glad you Maude (bursting into the YoungLadies'
immediate it
practical resource
affairs. I have been lucky in Life In Ocean Abysses. his cell. i
BO. money Club-Oh Effie.whatdo
Dr. Regnard has raised the question I Browning ) "The drew mark not mu'h for a man-
and I have thirty-one judge a across the
hundred investments
"James Parker has five my I Mr. Ardente
F. J. FIELD think? saw
yU There is merciless in
to whether a which sinks to avery the docket and said a cruelty manyof
of It thousand dollars to your credit, or, deducting as corpse name on :
shares Wimbledon railway. moment dressed in furs
a heavy ,
for house great depth is preserved indefin ago 'So far as the jurisdiction of tin.- our rural districts, which mission
belowits the amount paid your ,

Jri Mllon'l: Work ad Plal mr stands real at value.fifty-six But, a Parker figure much is nervous, twenty-six: thousand dollars. By the itely According or otherwise to his researches from putrefaction., published and Ciiorus here we of are"ohs"sweltering and "ahs"! reflecting court forever.is'concerned this case 1 settled, aries the name might.of well Christianity be sent and to correct humanity., in '- '

received aunt's be
,, to have :your
and wants to sell out. I want you way, you mental state.
on poor
The farmer besides all his improved
?" in the archives of the Biological Societyof A.s "After my case was disposed of I wen costy -
STARKE buyout his entire stock. quest Paris, putrefaction does not take Miss Effie (demurely-Don't) trouble : machinery, has his "hired man"
FLA. "I received it :yesterday, said I down to the cell where the dead man L
"But Mr.
Brooks submitted girls; Mr. Ardente's intellect for plowing and harrowing, fur
in decomposable substances He
place was. was the faithful old friend cf sheep
ALL Charles.
WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41 "I know what would It may him
you say. is not shattered. I the
and and
"Indeed!" to a pressure of 600 or 700 at gave whom I you in the beginning. It shearing mowing V 1
go down-but it won't. I have advIses These L cold shoulder when he proposed to melt told feeding stock, and a solid, imported
figures correpond
mospheres. he down-town
and I seems came
certain. "Here it is, said the young man. one V
that a speedy rise is almost of meters at night, and I don't suppose he has host<'do his threshing, and his wife
PEEK & FEAZEE handsome he produced a battered silver watch. to a depth 6,000 or 7,000 ; night and in some way-I don't know
Buy him out, and you'll make a gotten over the incident yet.Drake'sMagazne. I them too to cook for to wash for
thing of it." "Do :you mean to say this is all she sea. From these experiments it must how-he got to drinking; got in bad L hal V

: Attorneys tit Law and Notaries "But how shall I find the money?" left you?" asked his father-in-law not be concluded, according to Dr. _ company. One of the chaps hit him on an make beds for, and sweep for. Yet
is total absenceof can not have one "hired S
"Of course haven't received your stupefied. Regnard, that there a -First )Iss-"Where are you going the head. He was brought to the sta gir'.tohelp
you putrefaction in the greater depths of tion on a charge of being and I in all those heavy tasks pay
I know delays.No "Ye4: sir. his summer? : haven't disorderly
legicy yet. there are
: V ST1RKE, BRADFORD CO., FLA. the The curious "abysmal" fishes locked her as much per week some of these
.! trouble about that. Give note Ezekiel Brooks whistled in sheer sea. the least idea. First Miss-"But can'i t up. The wound was more seri a

Abstracts of Title and Real Estate on ninety days, and I'll indorse your it. amazement; and his countenance fell. discovered in the Challenger and other you judge from what you have hear ous than was supposed and he died- men are paid per day. No wonder the

1 V Law a specialty. You'll sell out before that time at a For a moment he regretted his daugh expeditions appear to rise after death, your' ma and pa say?" Second :lss- alone in his cell increa'-e farmers' of insanity i remarked among ':.

Abstracts. furnished showing every: handsome advance." ter's marriage, but ..then came the so that they are sometimes found on "Well, from the way ma taks I'd "I have seen a good deal of the hard I wies. When WE see boW

; "I. Deed, Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale, Jude -"I will place in hands, thought that his son-in-law, through a the surface, though, as a rule, they go to think we were going t Sew Yok, Saratoga. part of life, but the sound of that offleer's things go some districts, we only won
tent, Attachment and all matters (\1: myself your di der there are any sane ones Churchgoing -
Mr. Brooks the lucky mistake, was really the possessorof pieces, as the surrounding pressure Paris, Berlin White ) voice-'Found dead in hiscell left
must manage Iount
public record :and file affecting Title ol you : to be their one outlet; but
bfefore they reach the
long this u5ed
business." quite a comfortable property, sins, Rome St Lawrence a morning'-when the name of .
;; Real Estate inBradford county, Florida, with ithe of infidelity in S
;V ip to date of Abstract. "Certainly; I shall only want your which, under his management, might Still, there is no proof thatbathybial or: through Egypt. From the way pa talksId I my friend was called, has never ceased rural districts spread this now often. denied many

.. IJIEADQUAJtTERS signature when the documents are made be increased. So he submitted wit ia a abysmal micro-organisms do not exist; think we were going to the poor- to ring in my ears."-Chicago Tribune. them almost ,the i round and instead -

out. the round and dine, good grace, and is on the best of terms and, if so, they could cause decomposition house."-N. Y. Weekly. I year ,
.:;... FOBITire By by, come with his daughter's husband, who is: in the corpses of men as well as ia lie Got Oat of theTil". of a ride in the fresh air and a V

with us", or have you anofaer engagement now In Italy with his, wife, pursuing a the dead bodies of abysmal fishes. The -The measurement of ?,OOO students "I once jumped from a train whichwas I i chance at least to sit down in the

I 1; Iiiurance: ? Eames had L course of artistic study. Ho treasures question is of considerable medico-legal at Cambridge, England showed that going forty-five miles an hour." sanctuary and have thought of rrst in

Another engagement? Had which he and greater biological interest, ar.li succors in literary examinations is in i "And didn't it hurt you?" Heaven, there is a great company to
the old regards -
; Representing the Liverpool and L&ndea fifty engagements ho would ha\'e broken carefully connected with I "Oh but I had toed and Sunday is made thu hardwit
the foundation of his is far from letlc .-British Medic no way stature,strength no; i jumped toivarJ .
jaxd Globe the Providence and\Vub' 1IIe"tingMary as prost.--
them tot the
l' privilege wr breathing capacity. I It perhaps it would.-N. Y. day of he week.-Home-Make r_ '
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;. COUNTY I Tim( -tniln and lh. ouliern-l! >orn pop ; A Substitute for Ice. I jl! THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA CToiniLHOME he "

; BRADFORD ,TELEGR/PH, 1 nlation of Flori.tn know thrrc are thous8ndsofgoMl i ,' Kent Xcw published% at Chester- ]

1I | northern republicans herein a. Man land. 'I1tWI' have the INVESTMENT
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--PUBLtSHEO"'ET'bL\- Flonda. who came here to "ta '. and'are %' ,' c of'informtng; our reader of mi (

sr.uu .Hll.\I X Hl) (\U 1'\ KLOHIDA.- I perfectly idcntilk-d with the best interests ) which known to but very few 1\ B. CAMPBELL 1 j

'.. -- j I of the state: We me tired of the "stink- I ,-! to usurp the place of ice. Mr. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

; Editor J. e. WEUIL' 1 ing" fig !ltllintJI\IIJfilIullted, In our \ II. .Tones, of this town. Hc(' lh'ntlyI
and Publisher. FLA.
.. I -- fiM'i-s. I'DU J.nI'V'ClU have as good revuhlican)4 I ( across the inventor of chemical AND
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-M'llsriCII'TION--- '" -- -' I.O4)A- YKAIl.- In' Jacksonville a,i' dmocrats..Iarn : :In I which will serve I the purpose III t l .

; ( S !%I. tMiumichctr'FairncndStrawnnnrt : ture ) ) equal) to ice. Iujhe refrigerators I carry the largest stock in'"'ilie south, Atlantic I
: 1.H e$ II t Coiners with capital and ( in use in (hell rtllwn A square states or' !t"j."PIANOS j. i !
}" ')'(" .\fftrt1i i) In Act i ill
ythr f n"I)( R act } the
lirniiK :
'" 1GJfift.; .. SI,1'I. Ma.. a* l rO/d in your
(.f.1 J/"trf. It i is the in this in' and ; ]. have such chilling effect is lo '<
1 same ,11here county : for a It offers terms that should enable every man to insipid of
--- --- paying
I lHr.tdford). Our "county paper. before State clf freeze the water around it. but it is .f i rent to a

ft.: I' Tlio OI BalII has (liscovoieillliat ,:!Ui-tioiis. is coiitinunl.'y'! harping on suchtrings" nude so cooling as this. Mr. Jones Violins. Banj Os. Guitars. Accordeons. Autho liindlord, have same sum pay for the same property in z fe-.v year jt
J .. 1 harps. String Sheet Music small instruments
I'\\'I'", offers the Hest terms toS'fOI"
t not Ih:1 iliirly democratic ns "wake up. don't let Ihe rep. : Ihe refrigerator he saw WitS ns cool as trimmings ftnd anything and everything musical .
{ nlilicaiis gd'I! an office they are all dishon-I Hoard of III which ice had bee.i used. a thermo at lowest neither prices. .
t- in the MORTGAGE.
; tlala
: 1'Wfttat..s arc p.li(1tt t'fel." Mhen I Ute |1''ltCr| in question will be hereby : \ banging inside of it at 3J3. :The "DF T .Haluea Brothers. Weber,
tt ]>)northern men. < full of pcrtiotia.t candidiitvs! uominitingihemsclvtv. following : is'ery fearful lest some one f Ai> OS. KnalM Morris. Address tho above named Association

r from two to many mow, for rob him of the ',lde'1 "pplc'hich Farrand. Yotey and
I The railroad commission should every office in the county nnd no republican of the '" !} hangs before him He ha s secured O RGA S. Chicago Cottage.I ._,1. u EVERETT 1ILOCK, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,

i l hc done n,ayith.. They have II, when the fuels are that on c.ircful Urna font on the chemical which is not of specially recommend the Haines Bros. Pianos for p\I'tlculJrs .

:' done nothing hnt draw nn( discriminate estimates the msijority vf the business of 1st. : ', known to \u. The inventor' a and Farra and Votey Organs as furnishin? II. S. WALKER, Gen. Agt.. Stark, Fin. .
i the county is done l 1\' republicans and matter ( dealer in '11'1' and u man of the best value of any instrument made in tl-e -

k hot) \voon dif rent 8cction! capital from the north* And it Is Inigelyso : pionortions. lie claims that one world. The F. and N. Organs can be taken to .
health =
r : pieces and put together in five minutes bvanyIntelligent
of t ho ate. nil over the Mute. As a class republicans of the little box will last a week 10-year old bov and are in every other Notice. Folrida Trunk I
cities Line.LOHlDACEiMTiAL
) r-- are very conservative; care very little I I \ cost one.half that uf ice. A company: respect recognized the best organ in the U. S.EASY ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ES- .
JudgeVann will make as a i nhout l politic destroyed :I formed and the tU licit is being TERMS: $10 monthly on pianos ana oC John W Buehnell.late of Bradford
A Rool S3 on organs till paid. Just think o It'. Anyonecan County, State of Florida deceased,will come
, i railroad commissioner, as anybody.He Now, everybody who knows Mr. Knickdliockcr upon hi- I In the market as soon as possible. ow. an instrument on such terms. Little forward and make immediate payment, and all F :

is honest and tries do matter or ; none than ordinary rent. Send for free catalogues. persona holding claims against said estate will i:! PENINSULAR
to what i knows him to l be a perfect R. R.
- 4 : gen. Van IVlt, editor of the Craig Mo., State what instrument you want and! you present them duly authenticated within the
: right. I will he :creat mistake iflie tleman. lie is a man who bits done muchto streets of went to a drug store at Hills- will promptly get full information that in will astonish time re jiiireU by law,or this notice Trill be pleadin I Formerly the P. n. & ..Co.ISOUTHEKN .
you. I have some big bargains bar of their
'r ; in not ?aPIuintt'd) build tip our little sister city Lnwtey. 2d. t ', Iowa, and asked the physician in recover'V'. BIJDLK. Standard Time lined.-JlaT 15, 1890 1

, (.1 -_ He ia foremost in strawberry growing in servoir for : to give him a dose of some Second Hand Pianos and Lawtey, Flo.,June G, 1800.) Administrator. 3 I 7 ) DIV'N.I 1t74-
Organs. ,
;;, TJ. federal) election hill i ia meeting such '\ for cholera morhus and loseness of "i5 o.0-,a Lv iernamlina
(hat town. lie has patented a number IIfwelfi.| -He says: "I felt so much Notice to Non-resideut Defend} -to' p 11: a; a r-J.Jal ksonvillp Ar 255p., "800
f in the northern ti Spend one cent loa postal canl and write for Ar J P '25
opposition water 0 20 a.
the next that concluded 11 80( aLv
wih articles among which i is a pony refrigerator. \ morning valuable information.A. ant. p Cnllahan Ar HOp tlMa
; "tah't as in the south. Petitions in fifty r 1l on the physician and get him to 8 43 p 1 i 85 p Lv I'.a: Idwin ArJZlSp SPa I
4 ; \\l He 1 is the same gentleman who .nstcI me up a supply of the medicine. I B. CAMPBELL. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD COUNTY, 10 10 p (33pAr Stark LvlJ4a 3f.8a
opposing) thu hill are lacing I water u FLOILII)A.-1 N CHANCERY. Il2lp 2.8pAr Ilumhorne
proposed to get up some kind of a i contrivance RUl'prised'ht'll he handed me a hot- trie J.vJaa !H9a
J wnt to the senate from nearly) every pur'p051.5. Chamberla n'a Coin-, Cholera and] To E. K LFOSAKD: a 32npAr Citra Jy1010-1 iOO.
I lo pump cold air from above the THE TRAVELERS HOTELCorner You are hereby i qllir -I l. before the first Mon 4I2iAr Silt-erSpningsl.v 6 40 a
- -I I .t talc.The. 3d. a Hf'III..l.v. He nid ho prescrib lay in AiiKiis-f. A. 1>. Ib90, to answer.plead or Ilja 4C8pAr Ovala Lv 911t 1Jia
r __ clouds dowL to this parched cailh and premises it regularly in Ins practice and found demur to tl.el.i'lin' equity fi'ed' against you in I 10 (W a 70-ipAr ITo osimasa Ly THO a 330t

I : democrats.in thus ,keep up an even temperature at al ; best ho'eould get or prepare. I can Bay and Cedar Streets, the Circuit Court. Bradfoi County, FIc rain bv. 6S5a 43.1IJOIpAr 6 L.-.-sburjf |.v 7 44a 942p
every precinct from same to its eilleieiiev in niv case at all Yolney J. SI.i|>man. ; pAr Tavares Lv 715aft 850n50Qn
I : i (f the c'ounth'J theirlistriet: con: limes. lie IB n puilhern man and a repub'Kv.n to health, : lItS." For sale bv W. II.:Rivers. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I hereby designate the Brodfnrd" County TKLEORAPH 9 Utfa SliQpAr (trlando LT 45 a

lie has inv'sted thousand* in -ane"'simper publHied! in said ooun'v .___a I 7 I TAMPA 1 DIV'N. I 5 7 4
a I ycKterday 1 1 next Tuesday --- the
\fntlons alt : order as nettfrpaper in which tin's order shall be
': n frill delegation will meet in : Bradford: county soil. He is identified thority to unseating; of Gen. Bullock should A NEW BRICK HOTEL having nil the comforts published. INI M! pliiT p 10 CT aLv a Lv Jacksonville Fernainlina Ar J40p (j;iia

I i taike to select! delegates to thE: with Florida i if any m district to roll such a majority -' pi35pLv P.ililwln
been ] in the up all Depots and Janrli'gs. Especially adaptedto ['EALJ W. T. \YEns, ArlOl'.p 51.'"
f Itatp convention at acaIi.I TRANSIENT
I -- l JIe called a cracker and I he BUSINESS. Elegantly furnished L. B. RHODES. 5 (::11 a TlipArB.Oa : I'r.eCity! Lv 6 55 a 111
tl' i guess isahiS a realizing sense of what the Bradford: Co..Florida p
t oysters, rooms, FinRle or en suite. Tables trood as the Complainant's 82(> pAr rUntCUr Lv 55a
Jr .I TJJ platform of the Bronson al- ouuht to know of what he speaks. But shall lIe think of their way of manufactur be t. This hotel was built.furcibhed and operatedas .- Solicitor. f ,WI9.01)Ar Tampa Lv 5 CO a '8100 top
I J.is ) I a majority. a S3.00 a day house. Rates are now reducedto --- 245p Ar Tarpon p1"lngsLv 15a
published in tliis is nu in I when hi' expects n democratic paper to this Notice.
82.00 while
in a day the
service is
I ) better than Xf18. 7 an8\
daily solid
} f I full. That alliance i is striking )hard support the republican party it will be n 5th. carpenter by the name of M. S. ever. To MARY JANE SASSER. AND SAMUEL I 'l'illeand Plant li[}'. Kos.trains S aud between 4 has Pullman Jait-

: l hiat striking right. There are too cold day in June sure enough. draining fell from the toof of a hOllsft in This is the ONLY ALL YEAR HOTEL, WVatl'l's.SASSKR her,hf'r l'usblI d. aLit Ida Waters and r I and chairs Tama.0,3I aid s'eeping'! ) t .rs between Jacksonville
husband. and Ella daily
AND ONLY Waters and except Sunday
a many pec pie holding ; a great De.sMnines, Iowa: and sustained a Cone Waters her husband,who reside in Bullock
t off( shall be _I 13 I CEDAR KEY I).
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could he done with. (.OT. Firming on the Election Bill. ned serious sprain of the \\'ri JACKSONVILLE.All County, State of Georgia, and Irene Leitner. I I
many away of May : citizens of Florida widow of John D. Leitner 11 :5 a Lv .lacfcvnville Ar 14')
j 1 he fined with one boitln of ( are at home there. The deceased who resides
-. response to a query from the Philadelphia iii ; Pain Halm. lie it t'l omnibus meets all train*. Secur rooms by mail in Florida,and Emma Griner. and Elizzie finer. 11)O 1Lv }enmntlina Ar 255p
i says
Five small children Press to the of several any 01 aeleg ulh.! and Willie Griner.and Alzad.a Griner.and Charles 11 20)a Lv 'nJ.lhanr 140i>
4. were run governors boll I.. It him
1 O'tr without > a cost iQ ct-nts. r (inner, and Henry Griner. minor children of Ii 35 p Lv I: !l.lwin1' VZ 23 ..
hy an express train cin; a southern states as to the probable effect sale \bv w. IT. Rivers. BURTON K. BARRS, Wm.J. M. Oriner decei sed,who reside in Bullock: SOopLvuUlo ArlH7u
f fILlw:1 authorities I --- Proprietor. County, State of Georgia. and all ethers a 15 p Ar Ciiiiu sville Lv 955 p
bridge in New Jersey thc) ( i) on the South of the passage of the federal} that Times-Union: thinks it strange that -_ may be interested: who u 740pAr JVclirKey Lv 5WaXos.

The[ }paralyzed with clei] lion bill, numerous replies' have been Whereas,Sarah Griner, as the administratrix H and H daily! Solul trains hetwem*
I tliII'J.1' ated town York city should pay; $20.000.000() oi the estate of Wm J. M .Tncksonvilleand
Griner. late of Bullock: Wild >, Waldo and Cedar .
I : fear nn, clil have .).presence) of received. They generally condemn the permission water for household purposes when DRUG 8TOREp'r' County, State of Georgia deceased has made AM JACKSONVILLE feRTl'f Kya.KEjtXAXUINA

mind (enough to 'iet; off the track. bill i in unmelsllrelll'rl11s. To governor this shall : surrounded by WSIUT. It says. "If application to me lands for situated an order to in sell the the County followingdeserbed (>f- mt_ I iii t t 5 rrr'J3i"a .

-- -- ---- Francis P. Fleming of }'lorhll1lhe following ]11I'fer that rullu-t I Hum lo bail Brudftn1I1I1.1 Stateof KlorMa. belonging to thecstulC 415pLv Jafl.-.mille Ar N50a l'i',
) ordinary : frctn tiie river it is their own look = ,_ = oC'"m.J.1.. Crlber. dtt-ras-ed. for the 11 (Sip 54; \r F. lina ,>
The G. S. & F. road has caused I was sent -:#.--- :, ::. = -, I p ri.aD< Lv 713 a J flOp
II query I mg. Tiny might save the *OO.OCO.OOO ; 7l:7y.? ,\ !," purpose 01 ui.sti I ibution ann>iir the ahove named I ..'( PI.r Brunswick Lv e u>
t I The laying out of three new cities in I "What would be the piobable effect in Oth. I the Crust or the suit for cooking pur- ':5 nr.Lu. :: (, .(()_, ; : -f.;' : pariies who are heirs-at-l.iw said decedentand Trains Nos. :5, 6.to und tl daily. t>oid! iraiM a

this county-McKmneyV addition I your state of the proposed federal election the ] e e1i':l :J';f I':.fw".19'1! 1-1I'I': jjilrn } said for anunin the itratiou.purposef to.wlt paving: 'the the southwest expenses quar of each Brunswick direction.is via Route>tu-anjr.betw en Fernsn.Iina amF
by :
; to Lake Untler ; '<;? ", rIp'Ir".": r:. rI .' ler.- of-- ...rtnn-- --- tr.n.tv'.fn.r. '.'J ---'.i/t\irncHiY\-,. .a..i.t....c-?"<-mtliof .... wickandAtlatita. sleeping ears
I ]law? Why would the law necessarily --.t"
X1h'cIStation tec nat I ran e twenty two east .I.SWJ4 S 24 Tp 3 S K 22
t t nnd addition I infantum his lost its terrors L! I E). hese therefore 9 I 1 I IiWri5sriIv'sl2 TTo
an Iampon, 31Iid work injustice in the south when it has enforced i the are to notify and admonish
introduction of hallthNI..ill'/.oI all personsinteresteut to come forward and show 75 i <>p 73:<>aLv8S5p Jaclisonville 7
Ar j1ii
Cut lit lots 0x100 I ) f( ai? arc now been in effect in New YorK city and state 7th. (, Cholera anil I DiarrhuM llpinedy. : cau=e if any they have on 8 lf aLv445a Paldnin"r '700p p :2.'Sp

)' 'tn the maikul: : : cheap.f I for more than: ten years without complaint I receiving that remedy i is used and the trt'\t-\ TIlE 1ST DAY OF AUGUST, A.D.1500. 1 I5Ar Moeticu-hlo Lv 2IOp 7ai)asroa
I as irel'lc.itIJ each bottle i is fol at my office in the Town of Starke,in the 'ounty 5511a 2l3pArS.Va Tatahtassee Lv I tSp
I from either ?" lof o Bradford, at IU o'clock said of 31'pAr ..
party the a. m or order Qia.y 1. 1 2 :i4
('( a is eertai l\J p a
Tin name (Pf .Itulge Cooper, of euro n. r. A. sale will be granted provided this notice be pub: 100a: 4if> |> Ar iliTer.iuu. Ufrn .vlt if)a 231
I| This is the governor's reply: tious or I ( ', a prominent merchant at Wsil- lished In the Bradford County TFLECRAPH 73 plt)l"pAr' I'efl'acoa! Lv 5(i'ii

Jacksonville, \\ ill l lie brought before 'Some of the objections io the proposed '', 111., says: "It cured inr. baby J. L. GASKIXS, I weekly newspaper published.1in the Town of :?::0tt .'tr M.-I lie Lv 12 40 A
the Ocala convention for chief justice of election law that it i is direct h board of OKAI.KIt: IXDrus consecutive weeks
federal are a : remedies had Jailed. Tim child I previous (said date. Witness t'a.ftg.mem-'i- 7ai>
*. 'J'lio judge is endorsed \Vii I my hand and i-eal of Court this 2-f a Ar Li '
by July 1st. \ D, ti-itt. I v 12 10,i
I' democrats stab nil he rights of the stales, by prac- where any tl'ctllc seamed almost beyond the & Medicines IS'JO.' \\ M. K JU LPHCHS. 632a .r Cincinnati Lv 7o1.
)nan\ JEaclin ; nnd will ically taking from them their decision 1 person)* i ) of human h:1I1.1"401'. rea-h of ll\'mel- [SEAL] County Judge. I 7 25 a Ar1130aAr 5t.i.OUIS Lv 7." i
4 1 "t:11) a gooti l show of being nominated ." : .i and .50 cent bottles for sale bv Starke, FIat 4'iui'ugo I v :;.5t" p

1 to the vacant justiceiIp. of their elections for members of congress manner imers. rh jcians' aster's Sale. TrnmsXos. ]. .nsnd Vf.ay.\ Ncs. Irirt2
and it the hands of 5nividuil I board PrescriptionsCnrefiilly Imve Pullman \estiljulc
placing in a single may N PURSUANCE OF A DIX'REE RENDERED sleeping ears Jn l-oi.-
I L \il e to Cincinnati
Steamer Franconia hound for : :appointed a federal judge t the order Newspapers. Compmnulefl ft fill fiourn-day or liy the Honorable James >!. Baker Jiul'*" of coach toPensncola end anti New Floniation.Orleans. I'asfcntir
the tonrih. Judicial; t ircUit of tli3 State of Flor
Fernandina from New Yoik for whose certificate is made paramount; to Health h or newsp ificrs have: nude pre'Idcnfs: Tlfff.'lt ida. sitting in Chancery f T Kiv.dford County on -9 1 ISUWANEIii\EFROV1E 2 """&
a killed poet- made states out of ten i- the lih!) day of June A. D. U9!,). in 750p 'aoal.v
a cause lately
8th. No Ar 7.Ot
6 5
load of POO) ions of phosphate) forBaltimore hal of Ihe governor. It tends to prostitute "*, btatfsmcn cut of paupers and 11\1"-! THE BRADFORD COUNTY BANK pond! p in thr Circuit Court of said county, 85p: HIS aLv Ialilwin .t.. ;oop> X KlOL'Sp

*, went ashore at Fernan he federal judiciary to the level of polit- t transmit (li 1 thaI loom) into the pist on straight herein, John IX Johi s was complainant and t 9 53 a Lv LZIkI City Lv 517i> 3r.ii
t1ti Behethalon, Carver and S Jf. Carv,r. her hu- I O4ulphlCaa.r
dma Oi Tneslay, and) before "hccout i cal machines. \s politics in thc south is be (' \ ( lit'j.Ut 115. It has ftirnislicd genius S'l'AUIUI'I.OHIDA.. Uand.was defendants the undersigned special I HlalL'2pArB'ttia) VrluiosTa aper 4 1 0' aNo
< ii the sandpaper: of crilisism. made the master named in said decree u ill grll at public 51'OpAr Moorn1100a9jOpAr
ca e
I he takin off she burned Tactically divided by the races it will do any
was : ( get up eveiy gilt)! "iag f..r loll I call, Poos a G !lcl'Ll li.itikiiii lnmsiues. outcry to the hisrhest and best bidder T>r cash,In : Atlanta
water's edge. No insurance. much lo increase race antagonisms by disease 1 cx I lie pulpit I of I iron and fA Ont of the Court house door in the Town of *. 1. 2.iantlio
t lungs voice Kxi-lrinsjo lioxifilit nii.I sold! on ali prin- Sturke, in said count -. onMONI.tY uaily. No. 1 has I'lii'nian ,
f 1. he hope lo the negroes that a siipervi''orippointcd as may be 1'i l I lull.1 furnish a soft foundation TIlE 4TH DAY OF AtGtSTA.D. sleepinircars heinei'n Jflcksonvjllf aLd Jlawn;
of c'ipal] ; rities of the United States and Man in to nil points m'rth and west.
I Comptroller Bloxham will have as i by a republican federal judge Hoard of 1 : I : a ni'iv CII rpet. Tin 3" have cm tailed : 1890. Ticket offlcf W \\. Hay street, corror Flojrnn.
Kurope. within the hours o' prescribed
Offirer I l of kings, 'fluli i jited Ihe I sale by law the loot
( Depot ilojraa .
)povxcr ftrtetJnclaonvitte.
i little opposition in securing n nomination vjll decide the election in I heir favor or : ; pan- Collections Attended following property, viz: The north half of lot '
t slidves hui'stud lings aud located. : Promptly ToI A. O. MacDonnell.?
twtlveof section
i I seven in tDwnship six south of
at the OcaU convention asftny whatever sons I __ D. E. Maxwell, o. P. &, T.
f the correct resutm'r] !JJI' 1. ; teats. Tli)' hLlcJucalcll: the range twenty east, Containing forty acres more CJen. A.

I 4 j man in the race. If he does not l wlieve that: the present system will more I I leport &;. robbed I the plulnsophcr of his I YOUK strsiMiss SOMCITICD.J. or Ic's. S.id fend sold to satisfy said decree.'I N. S. Pennington.Traflic.Man JIanaser..

>,> receive the nomination on the first 9th. X, lii and evi-i criticized Indian a: 1 Purchaser paying for titles. j frer.
I ertainly] give the true result of elections. a-rcnts, I J. SEIDLK, PIC 't. \V. T. \WEEKS Walter
l I' ballot hy acclamation, the) TJLF.J removed I a newspaper) CW'IIJI; run t to Mill eve,v- ,July 1S I I t is not true that this law has: been in X. W. JL.UIET1Cas'l' - -- -
and -
J ; GRAIMI i* fooled. Hloxbam is the ment in i I ( I i a paper that starts on that
I% o peratiou in Xe v re will I I have : rough road to t ia ye-! I Notice.Ailpercon' ---I II
best financier in the state. lie has York."F. this COil II t '
:; : !
I P. FJ.EMIXO. f'lt i..kt.:1r ,I indebted to the estate of John B
L done more for the tatc than any mission of -,- :: J./" I.oolUol'I\I'e hereby notified to come forward and
( nu' !I. .. settle the and all
other man and I I1 has receiver less Till !. not the "Yard-mirk.** 10th. I FlrstSymptoms of Death. .L, "z no audl.lUr\.a; / ., against the same said estate are persons required having to present c1aims

t t. thanks und( more abuse than) At the county alliance meeting held at L statistics \ red feel i in.?, dull heada"he. pains m I in : f1r'a .IT'1iI. ..sost them, duly authenticated within the time roI I'
any ) parts of the body sinking at I the ,10':t c d ; }.; / ()iiiC( by law, or this notice will be plead in bar I! EWORLD
other man. : iron son July 4th,. the following was furnished of time StOlhIitim, loss of apj>etite, 'en>r- I be-s.atSPOTC.OI I'Ht I':>: v' ,:\ /.fO. of this notice will be plead in bar of their rtcovery. JMlH ISAS
__, .. and I 'I'Ilth"eurslopayt.n.C'l'i"I'n: t-/ I). L.
t dopted: i ", 1 piuiilf.s| or sores al'c\11 positive IlIf'-rellf'd wtat paid ,/c,? /AEftJ ALVAREZ
; I There i is much excitement i I of bln".1. I f."r. r7 Ouy! t.2 to .' : / Sheriff and I ITo
not in The Levy county alliance in mass meet. ty charged) poisoned No mutter FI A yr., June 20. 18Jt.1. Ex officio Administrator.
monthly. Best .
p. county politics this week. The alliance i ng assembled In Brotuou on the 24th day Hoard of h to it avoid bwranie death.poisoned Dr.it MUST Acker's he puri-Kn- I I llllliD over 20 ,"clr/n..r"f." ;.{ SAVI I whom it
men have decided to attend of July A, D. 1890! respectfully sHs forth) are : Blood Elixir has NKVKH: failed to p trade.KAKttAIN Seed qI1t1C//." .' "v."hl.ve rv'TV pi.r.-Ins.h.-i-id tr'kect. may :

t-.. the conventions as good democrats he following ns the attitude and policy of: Health. \ scioful'Mis or syphilitic ]oisous. ,. Salot.: oI. on Pi iiioa.f Our i2: wife.All persons Mary Hopkins are hereby on my warned aceoniit.not as to from tru t thw my
t under l'ositiulrautee bv limited to 7 / 'IAM) i" ,40i" by II! debts of her'lifill
hould (10 and rcc that men who I llth. / day on no be paid by me. A SPRING
are his alliance in .. / ,
county regard to the polit- wU.. i1VF.RSSolid CODon't .'r/ 1.1r" 't. d'aIM'I nf 27., Tnos. A. HOPKINS.
.. in sympathy with the alliance are tal issues of I the day: curring in ,,/ / -and ia tvurlh it,.roorolS" July 2.th.I 1MX) MEDICINETO ppp

nominated. This is i 111111'11,1"1' im'OI W/ Ko Cheap CURE ANDTONEUPTHE
I. n Impressed with the fact that the burden () : Facts. fill Sheriff's Sale.UXTIEP.

: )V plan than for the alliance to run an of taxation falls heaviest the to this real I iistnuss question of the mat /.o&owPi'lOS. soid.a."J.j "..1 GENERAL
OP :lgl'clllt. 1' Our ch"Bj t.'t't AND BY VIRTUE OF AN
of Httv-uia tobacco Florida AILMENTS OF
alliance growing : III /I'erf-
ttcket. The "
: alliance people ural und attending It t1l1nthe.I is ued out of the Circuit Court Fourth
laboring <
C9. we tmsert that I i .
: is Florida
: as good Judicial cin uit of Florida in
hold the balance of and of fainil' iia and for Bradford
t'nl1I' .
power ill taxiitioii should be based ('cual1yau.1 1 iiI imp/lrlellllrtitlc i is there a good County.in a cause wherein Henry Minhart.Isaac

't' easily select whom they wih if they operate alike! upon capital] and labor: I that Adopted in glowing ii? And that question Minhart. Samuel Minhart and Elias A.

I' : about it. ill taXes should be levied 'I wet'ccl I Wills were plaintiff, and Virgil EdwanlR
go )properly for revenue ollly I by sa.rwg that: Florida Ha- was defendant. I have levied upon and will fell

.- -1 1We ami I then expended in I the most economic(: Pi e*. tobacco: can be grown and laid down I 1 Beware of at publiV auction on

would I be glad' if UK; exccut- Ifl (Ii tier cout-ivtenl i with i t the proper and I 1 I :\i I i ew York or any oilier market in this la'orsl1alm
judicious enforcement of Ihe liwsjweecummeiid ; Sec. at a cost not to exceed ttfieen cts .ttor.acft'.is Ori,. r.'l Jledicinc, put on the
uc committee of this would same being a legal sale day. in front of the
county Unit our membeis the legisati'ic Approved: pound, mid. it can be sold for fiom I [ the nnr'.ct l*>r',j jiter it was estiMiihcd! Court House In the Town of Starke in said coon
I t explain why they inludel' ill theirrail use every effort to secure nu amendment cents lo o"e! dollar and fifty cjnts L2.42. and sold on.l its ref utition. Take thiswl3iyouan ty cf Bradford,between the le/al hours of sale
H. P. tk-rnit'.c: origin?!, which
I 'f for a convention the selection to the constitution of Ihe pound nccoiding to fortcts S3B has t' following described property belonzlngto
county t state re I Ii quality, e caut-.sr-V: an I picture of Dr. M. I said defe dart, situated lying and being In the
I of a supervisor of i castration I quirilench county to )pay thc expenses i' Ihe lowest price for the poorest jjjj A. S.mrr.ors on the{runt, and these words said County of Bradford, to-wit: Southeast:

l ami then go home anti recommend i of Us own criminal prosecutions; to I CALL FOR I lie crop und in unlimited quantities Tlaik onlopofc Ktpist-rcrf rhbottlcandpac'i con'.bting c"Trade of Name quarter southwest quarter aDd the southwestquarter _
abolish the school (board us it in now constituted : shows that I there i is an enormous 1 P&ctureandAutoeTr.hNoY. n, ot the southeast quarter section twenty-"
i man to the for 18.3. nine ((29) township five south of range twenty
) governor appoint.
and mike in the
their duties incumbent At Starke, l business.-Florida Facts. east, co"tuning eighty acres more or less. Said
ment. And, also, for the county upon the boards of county commissioners, ; ------ lauds sold to satisfy said execution Terms cash

r, y commissioners to explain why it was that they usaevery efTort, to reduce the The ).- I Dr. Acker's English Pills. out pi i chaser by plaintiff's paying attorney.for titles. Property pointed

} necessary to hold a special' meeting number of: ()officials as far us it can be ty will <: aciiv, effective and pure. For sick Has for.<7 years cured Ii'1OuSTIoN. D. L. ALVAREZ

J-J(4!;' the board to the done consistent with a proper enforcement tarkl'. mi disordered stomach, l SICK _
approve super of the law thai they j.'dvocale >, bad complexion and billious- Jlp\n\rHF, I.nss or APPETITE -..- --
; ML 11 i
eVfn1l'I'ure H clock a i i
f'h or'* bond. These things1 the pco1'10 that will reduce taxation thai o a. I I they have never been So'-R Hs-CATj.SioM cit, Low SPIKITS, Koui. Notice.A i tiyslcians endorse P. P.P. tur a pleodld cntnMnation
: ; poses: To "clllallE',14 Cr-LIC. ETC.IJr. : sn4pre.erlbe U with pr mt wuUfactton for the Cure of
are anxious know. 'I 1 I Ijc county Ihl'\ advocate the payment: of a less per Sla'e Cot:\' I III .\mel i leI or abroad. l .J. 1U Ct2--csEJitorcf The ra/!i..t, LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ES- nil f rniH iiii'1 ffiir f PrlmnrT. 8ccond ry and Tertlry -

r in to au : $38 for this diem for their services and lie nttHches of W. II. IIVKIS.: : >It-np. ;'fTinn.aa>5:1ndv"da package 1 V tate of Thomas Sims late of Bradford
August the
expense L :- Liv ,
-- C ".1' r:.Ic :cinc,anl 11; c used County State of Florida deceased. will
the come
legislature nit o ue'l'dI per (diem candidate i h1C ot'i. It wi.rks lil-s .harn. I
4 meeting. Expenses are already too Times ( a want forward and mike immediate payment and all
III.tllhat no pay lie allowed absentees: Supreme Apalachicola repreenUtive t : i I[ no better: Liver Ucul..tor, and certainly porsous holding claims against said estate will

4 high. _ that the pay of committees visiting the oflice of I shown I the other da\ piece of lealhc noiiom of Z.il.n's r.r.ti're. present them duly authenticated, within the
different institutions of the '(! by Judge Hicks' pi IK-CM: with C.l'.Sirnmcrs'Icdici'e Co.,Prcpr's, limb reqnii ed by law, or lbis notice will be plead
Mate be rest I the C n '( i-l.; Louh; ,Mo.
1 Bindford; fanner in bar of their recoveryN.. M.
county are in amore I lie ted to actual r.iilro-xl \ I roots. The Icathei was soft and BLANTOX.
and! no lowing lay. r 3 .. i Hampton.}la.,July is, JMI! I. Administrator.
I'I"OI-l'crous. condition to-d)p other expense be allowed; that they: advocate 1I"lIIillllin as the finest calf skin. Judge J syphilis,S\phliile Kheomatlim,Scrofulous Clears

than fur yeais. TIIl'Y! have beet I : the passage: of a law against uSllry.pludag the Second ; : \ will creel lar'I'I'tls and give the ,"1 ," ';3JZ f" ;_ I UTDT MINER old iniiSores.rh'oiile Ol.imlular5w.ll1ng nif < ,li.t have*.re Kheomatlim&l.ted all tranimen1Caturru. Malaria..
I a sij'.l'i:I further Test.t From .
interest at fair pieent
a -- -
lit brought to this happy state of ,- rate not to exceed :- Also the '
prosperity 10 ; inienls ho is sali'Ii.tlllmt the thing Trees For
per c'ol. ; that we believe the meet August I I : Nursery Sale.To .
partly by the alliance: an I railroad 1 commission to be a useless insti i-ituuton. nomination success but he wishes lo go still more L : the public; I would say that for those

larth'Ithe excellent crops this and we recommenrllhutl1lt'mbcrs visor of ( ; : 'I into the im.>teries of tanning. wnntinjr Fruit Trees I have for delivery I

''cal' Through the alliance they of our legislature be urged to u*; every for tile next 0- this fall the finest lot of LeConte and I

have learned to be economical am I effort to secure a repeal of th? 'taw crcnting tThe The First Step. Keiffi-r Pear; Trees ever tolil( in this county I

fining, to keep out of debt and Inr) the railroad: commission; tlntt, whilewe entitled to you are run down, cant eat ; also I the Comet Pear on LeConte roots, SkIn DlocHKrit. tcxemtt. Chronic Female Com
sleep"can't i hiuk can't do .
are friendly to railroads any plaint HurcorUl fnlnun.latter
; for cash at low and the we (' ale!: very enrlv. Also a Sne lot of / F.P.P.le e pnwarfnl umi
prices, hig they Bliould l he subservient to the to your satisfaction, and you won JAPAN NURSERY > t nc n e cpI| nt npnltlP.P -
people, STOCK
i'; crops that are made give the farmerplenty and no discrimination should he made h In District No.' )r what. ails"Ol. You should\ heed the such as I the Oonsliiu Orange and .T.ipnn I _
are taking the first
favor of yon
to pay wchat little he owes' one locnlily over tin other that step Persimmon. Peach
.. no discrimination in ; :t i I nervous prostration.: You need. a I trees amid two kinds _
\ the
and 'enough to run him another be matter of passage: I 'l'eniu811(1 in Klectric Kitten you of Pears etc., as well as the great Japan
made und
year. The teachings ol the Farm that the farmer no I Ie free passes given, but: :I ; I I find) the exact rnuiedv for re-ntoiinj; i 1 novelty, beann? two years from the seed, WATCHMAKER I Smar.
placed 4,11 the same nervous s\stem to its THE RTJU\\'nEnHYU1' TREE
ers' .\llin'ere good in fact, it is a footing with) thu rich merchant; and :I J: healthy nor
I i
corpoiation ; condition. Surprising results follow For particulars call on or address.

grand institution.! Every person attorney. "'e ''' tbe of this groat Nerve Tome and 1 II I J. W. SVDBOTKX; I ldlus.bulldins up the ifsa-m iepkiiy.
We believe I AND'w whooe ny teini irs puloonud Wood
who the road ._ _ and whose
is eligible to membersnip I present lu\v should various dl1 I : \ Your appetite returns your : la In Sn Imtmrn rondltlon >n. t<, menmrnal IrreeuUrltiei -
should I bercmc one without delay. be. !amended) that the c.-unty commissioners on rotiirns, good digestio'l' is re- I I lUa*onle. 'I J] '' y i.J! isri It ,

should have supervision ot the > and I the liver and kidneys resume Bradford Lodge No. 42. F. and A. M.
But the alliance in delegates for
: }polities is as roads und the board of road suptrvi!ors action. Tiya bottleprice 50 cts, meets regularly"the thirst Thursday in STARKE.FLA.

much out of place as a ship, on dry be abolished J. M. JOHNS *. ii ench mcnth at 7:30: p. m. Visiting bretli- CP cial attention civen torf'pairing"'lIt'he
W affirm OClocks and Jewelry. &c., & All work .l. ,
land ; and not only is it out! of place, c that all officials are the servants I C('rl'I 1r rca cordially invited.WM. at reasonsble pr'cep for cash >u

but, in danger: of falling to pieces.As and and not the mastcis of the people Slurke. \ : I Craig. of Manatee, lost al of his F. JlAi.Piit'Rs, W. M. --, '-'--- --- -
i i democrats the alliance that their fees and salaries of offlcuils I '' by I the cold. snap list spring ex J. E.:: W AIXItIGnT, Sec.
good men should be reduced, where It i i" possible three acres of tomatoes which he AV. II. RIVERS bUiwI aro cleMnstn p--cnllrlj un.poUtus botn-nt'M.,t l
/, miiM. select their representatives 1, andean be done without crippling their Our I '' up with dirt Notwithstanding Notice to Xon.resillent Defend) Jtoot and P"l ...lmii .r

and as democrats they willt'CUI't. vlhcieuey; and we )pkdge ourselves I lo Confirm I bad luck he cleared over and above ant. --DE.\I.EH IX-

their choice. Hut to :all.them- suppoi no one for office, state or nation: Dr. Acker's I $.200 on the three acres He Shoes
al, who will not indorse these way sii|'' i made $600 off his cane IX CftxrUlT COURT FOURTH JUMCIAL ,
sel\t demands ciop.
> t,1. used) as tools in the and : I CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. AND FOR
hands respect our petitions; and) we earn parations I BRAHFORD COUNTY.IX I Eats
of scheming politicians undercover estly urge our people to attend the prim- whooping The New Discovery. I CHAXCEKY. ,

of the afli.ince, is not \\ hat! aries and secure sclccl.,n
the alliance is for and i-j lIol'h:1.1, men as delegates to the diffe.ent conven sample h lori talking about it. You may Mcinhard aud Elias! A. Weil, merchants and
r the alliance do tions and see that none but the men I iu edy is sold -! be one of the many who know partners doing business under the firm-name of LiPPMAN BROS.: Proprietors,
proposes to thorough IIc'ord'lth :5 j>ers the t good
1 -- enunciated be policy here it is. If have Yon are hereby mjuire before the flr"t 5lon- Gents' Furnishing Goods. Licpraan Block. SAVAMNAH. GA
selected I you ever trial it
.M 1r. M. Knickerbocker._ of for the differentI I: day in September A: D. IStK,to answer plead or
Lnwtcy,, office are one of its staunch
I county and fur representatives I in 1 friends "e- demur to the bill hi equity flout against too in
wriU-i a long article to the FJoiida Stan id- the legislature and in congress and I In the the wonderful thing about it i is. the Circuit Court. Bradford ('ounw. Florida.by DRY GOODS NOTIONS
; to advocate ,
when once given a trial Dr. Theodore Edwards and Milton il, F.d'"ards.
nfl of the 30th iust. and King's .
I of which Ihe fallow.ins. support the sul, treasury bill of breathinjr.. Discovery ever after holds I hereby designate the Bradford County TELE
National a place
is a portion: Farmer Alliance and In- i the chest, ( house If you have never used it GRAPH. a newspaper published in said county. as '
dustrial Union now tho f\' the newspaper which this notice Having just received
pcndin- be
pub- large slnd of
1 A good conservative should 1008 aflli. tell
dvtn cntic! congress with eoinjh halted and that
<' a : said notice
pap: or some better of these be published the above
for any goods
system oi
I ur. con-*vntire republican piper lo n-p" the relief the or any Throat Lung or Chest trou- four con;ecutive weeks iiMH paper prior we arc prcp.-ired to sup-.
j resent the other .Mile will do the state ill II !! toiling masses, that it become n Iii W. ('0\\ I 'iirn a l ottlfl at once and give it a the first Monday in -pt,mb..r.H.lt1!(. Order-to ply your wants. Give us n call! ;and inspect -
large more good limn anythin.c'else. T he C. il. EI.HOY. chairman. >;a I I trial. It is guaranteed every time, or ed at chanibersJuly 3ith, 1140.Signed I our goods before bUYing ecaliu! re.
JuJU, symptoms
Cox ( ) JOHNF..
scmtiry.-Times-Uni refunded. Trial bottles WHITE.
')n. guarantee free at B. RaoDES Judeor3lJuihiCi! Circuit RIYEI1S: & JOINER,
Jootol. f ( I
Impl'S Sol'r.
pr Iallz2J
$ 1'H1l FL.\.

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ESTABLISHED I 1"877.1 :!I I i A MAN CUT TO PIECES. I A Ramble in Bradford County- |,, Do rot ',ffr any Longer.-- ---

1 : ';.L : ,:, ..t. Too Much 'Red Eye'and a Woman Said I &llur. TILEGn'JR 'clg so much I in 1"lt\\:I hit I"I.uh -an I lieiiitcke
I = counties, of the I 11'1 first siae of consumption -
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To be the Cause. \Hilel many I >

I: J G ALVAREZ < i Starte, Fla.. i -' On ilnmlay nihI ont Dan was cut.I relative to t the big fntp"f I.111 I : tianiiite.I 1)r.', ,..,,.,kpr--t, :week, .;mI, we," 'h"Ieb.,l' hg':' .

rtoN1'J.: : by Charley)' Cooper on the railroad I track j lands, these statements corroborated by R<'iiieily, and -vill rtrun,1 thf mnnty tall 9

I I| : while on theiruy to Temples null. I!I actual tests and lhat capitalists, had l h who) l hisa'e ii as per di irt.ti:n..
Local ltill t I and d&} hush
'lib seems that both young meu togllc.r.with I i' not "uIatclu"t Cflrie-'.
I.I" '>.J< : -- .-,. [ several others: were smitten by chlrl!I I down their mili.I* for these lands. I was ,; I __. W. If. HIVKJS.
: tIN' '. .4c Jones of a certain woman and the taking aboard one i if the tirst !o put on I Ihe armor, nnd j I -
: of too much hid made them I The Tilah".11 :HI'Jf uth>irrt-
liquor quarrelsome investigate I lie possibilities of Bradford : lively I n.
f DEALER IIsTl It but all agru-d to go quietly out tblt BI.'I"lnyi.
:)1''II. may or county (lemerabering t the sell p111011 text under n" condi'Mm. Iwfi.m :,
of town and have "fair the best ,
1'l'Jlt to a ,lit' ," t but JONES sells to man to be unmolested in fght.grace? of the "Set k and thli shall fi.itt.::. though I wa for S-nvitr l'IWst. in he l.S. <*nul. ( .
'' :
'J -- -- --
:rs. It Merchants :May fair one But t fore the crowd g.t fairly : unable to undlrtllllh8tl memt ph
.d'., IU.j but Jones sells I out of town. Dl and C opir got into a i phate I wa sOinewhal; willing to place d.ivH ..( IJ-HS. i iIirim-ii')4 :*nil ,,-ii

j jt' 1 1aIJI 1 ,\ They may kick Inve fight wns up.und Ia3Wi l before the severely others realized cut but managed whit- I upon it that inti-rprctalio-i )'I) Arriving' i h I'I'I slops iLf |1.1.1 Tho and. in I'lill CniteiJ Et111b14tildull LIf"I h.\
: I.tet :
J" .( the cabinet, In po to his home in the east end of the vicinity of New nv -r. near l IKro- ., Iis pMiM'ory( Nays i in I is S i>'iiie<-ii.,:
shoes. town without assistance. This scatteredthe Ing of the \'t. S. & F. railn.:if.! I Illt with !i"IJotll oI lM-o,*lii.!l. HOI! iai".ima' hive
Mi'IjLINRT! crowd and further fight declared >ff. I h : '
nn\ I'nJ"
Capt. W. II. Edw.ml who gaveliii' j .
; .
.{ The will Dr. Powell was; sent for and examinedand l: t1,' "' I In" .' of tne adovc ;t.l.hl..1ilel
'1 f1 force bill, but I this ) sewed up the "nl's wounds, but pro- I many points ('1 interest 1 and iuvil'lmt in ,, ; :11 41111'PNrs' r'ac'. w 11,1 tor-ill at-
l flounced him in great danger. Cooper accompany him to a deposit of phosph lit-1 t' 'eltion to I Ii., 1r'J"a.! I*,Je rout
- 4 IHj" I and which h
e. They all has not yet been captured. he had: discovered. The analysis he lill.I! lu'aosill 'n"p-ii : .

18-''4 : ..".... J.., S '. BUT JONES ] \lon.1 Struck by Llslitulnc. I proved to be q't.d in value to any: in:the I I''I ;ail"I'I'h lly the flti.i'.tTVMT I nnT.rify.11.nf.I-D rrttiriKHnfStbeag" .nndnubte -

'.1'1 /': When Gaskins .. The most severe electric storm for man}' state' and lie believed large and valu.il.'e' lli* .'lrel11.'re rhnm! .,ii.
I It : THE LATEST NEW YORK AND years parsed over this little city on Sunt be discovered all along t!.e i i I syphihi", jrufuJ,. old sores, skin li%-
JVE': ernor Jones will I ..l'pOSiIlull I I PaM M. ete., in the lost six
The flashes
I t day evening i-i't. ohghtningwere banks of New rlr.. Slin.tilated by thiS months, than all the other blood rerne-
PARISIAN STYLES. Congress will I I'[ the most frequent hnd of the long'stdurton dies ou the rket. It 1 no
. ; ever known in these information, I continued my investigation i;: but l a> hllhlL.IU
( preparation
JONES STILL composetl
0. I st.rft.
I, I lumher of trees were stiuck at various and did find iu many} plnc valuable d,.- the Jluid Itrac.t of prickly n.sh. |>oke

4-J 8&0.-, See our reduced p:laces, also the descent residence of Mr. posits of !c\"erl different and apateIIIVthiLincI l loot, queen'-4 t'lght and sarH)'j>;irilli.I .
J. M. TrkThe lirhtning strcktchimney. 1 f with the iCHtde | (tas>nim addeit;
kinds of phosphate in I beds nt it'IAGreat ham Truby, tearing a large bole through the I I I rbysieians elu1o. e it aa tl.i"I.l.l| f 'm-
Op"p' 2S.. ;: Display of SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, and ORNAMpTS Printed Lawns I r.iof. cracked the chimney its entire k-ngth half a mile wide. extending the enMie biiritioii. It i i-, .v .( ad it
5p IllS" and passing down it threw !lot into the length of New river lo its confluence with f tbiiiM.s up tbe system rnpidly. hiy.sii ire
'a U'.1 Bangle Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair Ornaments, Truby, room blackening the carpets and furniture the Smita Fe. Further iNi |t't weak and fertile, try one l oitle. T:'kp 1*.
;. good investigation > I*. P. anaL
igaiu tlesb and trt'tigth rapidJly. -
Milk shakes
UI. to at \ in one of the chimbers some
o. IIJD.' Stylesto numerous mention.'p papers proved that it existed ':along the rivl'l.lifowiog !.I It N ix>st remedy fur malarixl
and wood in the fireplace were set on fire l.f
Oa A full Mne of ;nto New river and lhat {ll|P)154)iiM! 11\1 cure chili* j in every in-
.a 1141 and had it not I>een for the timely dis- boiling

la'. i 330p HqmburgB I Swiss Embroideries, Plain and Embroidered llemstitcliI I Truby, grE't 1'11 to\"c'rV. ihi- fame* would soon have communicated springs of clear rerc'shing water ti&-tell I Sttt"e'.ts feniai"-s l who are 1 tonic in I lt,and'% .tl.r(of til"health.'or for

8 M p Lemonade and tht fire screen and also to in many places along ihe-e tliwii'ilr's. tit has no e-iiial. Try on i Ic, and l>oI
:1a OOIi p Xi :'clfSuitq. J xfl Skirtings and Van Dyke Laces, Queen's Lawn, some furniture close hThe- family were I t-tlVI mieI. !hot

"-1 4 .Jj! ijf.- India-Linen'Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn andS all in the house at the lime but none were On account of the ftrlil\- the foil on I I I I rot: n.r.Ns, W.\ITS .\:I> ni'xioxs
: Summer goods severely shaken. the banks of this river, our first Ht.r!

'pp;''p tsa aw- '." Nainsooks, Solid and Fancy-Striped I nt Trilby, Sternbllr I the New River Station. located there, \:.l almost, the entire range I j l I t Use Paini.'11bu.! '" Mist> I lixli.m Corn

csP ; ;t t Satteens. I "Partidos" I along the river ;is laid into fat irs. If ._ --
' 5liJutu cigars Ole mile east uf the far-famed New ut :
,I a 11 10 P ,' I I river on Hit G S. & F. railrottd: and I is difficult to find more prisp-rsin. fanners : Florida and California.A .
a lIp French: SJiitinss: Real anti Linen Chambrays, Nun's-Yeiliug, about 12 west ot Starke i i'.the than the tillers of these lands. srentn.us rivu ry has sprung up lie-
'a 8 last mils was
I Take to (aliforni.
your girl I and Floridti iu the nvit-
;)1l :op .. .' Henriettas. Sitle. alUl.Snitings, etc., etc. cool temperance_ I city way called company by have above laid I nanl.nut SO The 111-1 my }pleasure whitt'lr In <:1 i: si.1 I 1 H Iiii. Icr of fi-i.ir exhiliils at lit.rld' fair.

.J ack The Largest Dir e. ofT Bargains in )ii.. J. II. Johns 50 HCITS into:town'f' lots, .1. 1) Johnt' usidence; he is one of New b'ef'sri-! l lol\il. !; lhilrn. 1"1. Mark I.McIoi.iiI ..

1'u11111111 > low shoes I and ate ()ff.I lag them fur sale nthe low river's noted ami honored citizens and is.!; cnmnis.iu' large forU'alifdriii.1.

klOOOtUIet Lancaster'I Saccarappa. and Ameoskag Ginghams ever brought South. A Truby at !I" HOxlOO price of $23 fed 1:with$40 ptr Crt feet lot. These iots an recognized nit only as u political lldc. I J I Hirst. of. ch.dlengi-d Florida; to(a,'in competitive missioner JU vxhi !-
strf'et. are on .
beuIUfullin' of CHALLIES at 8 cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and All kinds of high dry land and "n excellent locution in Bradford county but as of leading intluence I j I hit of semi-tropic-il fnr.ts; at the world's _

" ORGANDIES. Meachara'p I ,' for a town. Several lots have already fur the welfaie of our r.UIIJ I I Iinterests. I I fair. Commissioner. 11 Lot rl'uliY Hcci-pt-
ed the olcdleiure and
i' I been sold and buildings are going to In : Jlr. Johns took pleasure in 1 wi with
TilE COMPLETES1 LINE OF Hams shoulders tile IK.-SI fruit the can priwinee.Metropolis. .-
I 1
erected at Xow is chance of alifetime
his I
Cnce. of and
3U % system farming, n .
I'I' Children's ,Misses' and Ladles' Hose ever offered to the tradeI cheese, etc., just I. to wciiro ;a cily lot for little casual explilininJ around his i _
\ money. Apply for further informationto glmc premises is suf-r; uuIt.ic-en',* Ariilra 8 lvv.The .
Starke. I *
j in Ladies' Ribbed Undervests in ]
-,. ,, every style. Parasols, I. II. Johns New River Station. Bradford ficient to couviuce one tiiat he undcrsliiiuN
Hill I lest Sal; vein the world for Cunt
iil5.T. \| Fans, Gloves! etc. Brown and Bleached Cottons, Table Linens, Have you tried county' FIn.Methodist his business. I[ I'ruixes. sores Ulcer Sail Kluuim.
"ER' ,
( The sales
T Tr. Napkins, Doylies-Towels and Towel Crash, Summer Jeans and are ; this Sunday School Picnic.odl.r I Man( )' C''Y and comfortable residences I Fever hI oreM Tetter. Chapped HaiuN. '
The bot trade llaiii. Cornand all Skin
ute. Krnj
" are to seen along the banks! of New
. 2251) 1 Cotton ad es.LARGEST. the auspices of the Methodist 0 lions, Dull positin.tlr.. it l'iIes.ir no
nowhere have I noted siicit
' lOOp Sunday school of :1rke. ont of the most ri\"er.III a pay required. Ii tmIIraiitetaiI tofivi
ttt'i' AND BEST Sl"CIOF': SHOES We have enjoyable! picnics lJs delighted both number of healthylookinghilliren iu I'prft'f.t Jt i:i.i'M-tioii. or money rfi'mxted
LraznRLni. ginghams to lOc old and young was held on July 24th on each fainly or more mnnly HIM! ji.tellitmiIfnrmert. I f'rl'u 2. 'f-Uli per IMIX. |),; \;de l h.I .\'.
,ina h' I of the bluffs ol Lake Khgsiey.EveryboIy After investigating thus fatii lrsgglsts.
IN THE CITY.Every Inc lovely I I
Sc. Trilby, 0' had: l>ecn Invited from Sbirke.Latey being my)' putpot lo learn if any c those I I _ -

I one pleased and fitted. We arc sole agents for the world-renowned Raby carnages and Kiugslej', and each place '\'ISlS valuable lands could be }'ulc'lJsd. I "o'\fa Di trlt Cuneiit1ou.hhinqr.1rT:1us .
iji called .Messr' IraV.. Pinhut0tr.B.J. .
at Trubv Sternhllr well represented as was The upon OK TIn )|
sa5 JAMES MEANS $2, $3 $4r-Shoe. I : Miss cool breeze in the eXplClel1 ld i=lpll. S. Adkins, A. A. lil\\'. Ih, IOCR.\TIC EXM'UTIVK COMMITTEE {
> 7ai STOP AN-n J. 31. R. .\. Towaseud, and others t Coxr Ul-TICll'T Fl.ORIPA
Ia : by iu the afternoon made it almost n!olens- :lnie.r. >bCOM OK ,
1 tN 142aia-)a A; FINE LINE Or CLOTHING GENTS' I & Owens sell on ant as May.( The program was admirably represent abut 60:1'I' through '. (kal: ;,. Fla.. June 115. 1! ). j Jt
>a ; )
any house in the managed by a prince umong superintendents which 'the G. S &; : arrangedwith : CALL for a Dis-'trii-t IVmocrmJe; cnn.I'U111111 -
Mr.( J. C Richard. .Tr. The them for the sale! oi the same: lo I at ()eih. Atirii.-t! I t. 1 1JJH{ :
GOODS Trunks and; ValIses Saddles Bridles singing Ch.1
FURNISHING : TO BE GIVEN Chas. and! ( of
wns ably conducted by Mr. Koehner and Elders tars George 'JI1. : \ coisvei'lioii ihe democratic |mr y
lIainessthe best Wool Collars always on hand. present with the Kiugsley school with Miss Emma JDlepols. who together with mytI i of the S-tc.'ml i '..tjjrrsional district .:"f
buy of Wills & Trubv nt the Kev. Kickliler offer wi: to make the inost! of : : Florida is hereby ('illll..IIoI'I.I : duly appointed (
1I FANCY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of all kinds, HARDWARE I he d pointed"pmyi-r organ. ; Rev. J. 1; Shands I heut of summer is over. Several ot to be held at Drab- ,. "lfi)1011111.\.

and Farming Implements, Crockery, Tin and Gla Ware, Furniture We wish to close ] delivered: short alllre&which! was listened those larger bodies of land have also been 'i Florid-i.: on
parasols and 8UII to with I m.trked: attention. With engaged by us. Capt. Ed w a ids :uui 31 rFlagier .Tll1I1111; 14 HI DAY OF
} ad : and Stoves also sole agents for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING ]- have several I thousand AUGUST .
I k.",.. at cost for the next weighty words the benediction was pronounced purchased
'l'n I'r M.-\CIIIXE-works button holes, sews on buttons und does every kind let not this chance : :.; by Hev. Bonrcll. :rr's. and! ere long New rin'l will I lit I next (s'r, if circuiuMances: will :admit im- .
: (. Boat sailing and bathing I wns most second Dunnedin nieilialciy nftcr t the :ulj"iiriinii-i.t of the
of Fancy work, all for the same price as other machines.sr Trnby, pleasant; fl'ltUr to many. Mr.J Hendersontook : From late investigations and inform state couvejdior. calhtl {. meet nt the

Tda The ladies of t ;a rood photograph of the several tion I am kd to the conclusion that pLos- same place 01. W cdne' lax. August IS: .

5 3 S5 8a a : ICE COLD BUTTER AND CHEESE! j will hold their ice boats; with ; part: of the large crowd at [.hutes of high grade exists in locic'l1: and for I tlu- J urpose of natisiminting acandidaltr
4 4.' a Mr. Rivers' brick t lcy Io\H'.1 landing: \\heie the Louse was in many places iz. large iu to represent li! : :"'t-o'tiit congressional di-.-
I 0n almost the entire southwestern of tiict in I lie Firh'c."flllIl of the
tendered I ns Also I view of an- portion congress
.Q 1 f\ .f L! Always the BEST GOODS for the least MONEYIw day afternoon : and! 1\IHth'part of t the crowd: I it :the I tennis as Bradford (county.. The G S. & F. railroad I'uited States c'fIIII'rit:\; fi appoint t
II : further notice. YEAR.'i"I about to leave for These passes through the motl valuable portion district executive committee tit wnvtlivnext I
:iii i ( ) -__. WMMMBMB_.MOTMtWtMVXVmVt_ :W HW M HMM HMMMHMM BMMiMHMVMV H BMWMM H fe.Mi tlwc.re hOJ! I
awn; f I ------ ------ -- -- -- ------ Tin ware at \ of \iIi re.c pleasant memories of Kingsleyin of these phosphate 1lds. nnd capital U cnMiini two year. flint to transact
I OF :after d iay. only needed to open up one If the must such other ollici-d I i liuxiness I.t I the convention -
"ran. Jelly tumblers I I valu.ible fields, of phosphate! ; anti farming nit\ deeni !I'> I lie l 11l' >t infi-rcM amiwelf.ire

I I Trnby, Thi I Laivtrj- District JJeetln lands iu Florid. of the district.
.'A. \ At a meeting! of the democratic \'uttrs' Judging from 1 the semi I time i til t* I heard; The l luiut representation to said! con-
The 82 I
TRUBY STERNBURG AND CO.I only a' of the 1st! precinct: of Bradford c 'unty. expressed bv those I met. our farni'jis are "I.uli"n will h lie the same a> that design-
sonville is The : the following u ere. eluded delegates .. detlrmlel to support Senator Call. ali wl by the! stale eXeiniive el lilt UI I I tee for

Glass, china I lie county convention onIhe 5th, hist. : approve the workings of Ci.l. Chip- fI'pn''l'utali'1III! t ihe foril.coming state 6
rheap :1tViJs & J II Rich; T J Uiiniu. J Iteddis.ii. E A It')'. I fndlll.n Hint the farmers are \- :I, cun veni ion. .
-- -tr-- Tm'.d. J C Norm.iu, W A Crosby. John greatly IrliStl on the "tax law s_\ 11.'" W t. rcspcctfiiiI- sirggtt tint I the several
Oui stock of I' Coleman. E G Hill. J 1 inrunll'r. J 1. \ or the mode i 1 which i il i is being administered i counties in the iistrut select delegates( for

I. be found comp] t(. ) rsayles.The. by :our tax nfcII They claim il I congressional convention at Ihe same
Truby, following l'oluli'1 WaS unanimously has come to a question who i is to Ill I'luned time nUll in the same manner they selectdelegates !
Theywant: to sell you'yonr broceries, Provisions, Flour, I adopted: or i i" it I c'onglnnlrilul of I Ihe tax lo the slate convention and.
',,' '. Ice cream every w Resolved That it is t the sense ot t this regulators )! system modus operand win're du-mcd practicable for individual
I 1 'Corn, Oats: Hay and Bran.j Tuesdays at \ ( y be meeting that our county ulcers' should bcnllmiDliled !, has taken b many)' dollars out of the : economy, clothe on stt of i elcirutes with

Wills & Owen by a regular delegate Lountyconvention. people's pockets and jeopardized their I., authority In ser .: in lx th c'onYculiolls.

j They want to sell Dry Goods and Notions. "None Such" flour. I I property by double US'Slleul!ali other- In nccoid with joint resolution pnsse you your
Co. }.olowilt executive committee wa wise. Famiers who paid their taxes are 1: Ihe conference at Tallahassee. June 10.we .
The only all yiar \ A (Crosby chairman. E G presentedviih lax deeds creeping out of commend 'that the n spec-live counties
'I They /ifant to sell yon your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. sonville is the '!'' Hill, secretary. J 1 Ilicli. J Hed-lish. T ..TBurrio. this ruinous system, which ineaus. to say hi-l>t their conventions for the election

-' For1, 1 L bapp. the least a law suit. State and government ;- of delegates 0:1 August :?.
They want to sell Hats and Caps a day. TEL-' W. A. CROSBY, ch'n. h\llls. although not assessable. lIfe 153-: older of the dislnct: democratic executive
\ you your
After date we will ses.ed.. advertised 1 ama! sold tutu tbe committee. K. 1.. A inE1CRflS.h.l .
ing stock of The PolltU-al Budget.I people taxed to pay for these! blunders.. ( II. \Vii.st. Chairman.crefiry : .
: They' wanj.- >; to sell yon your' Boots, Shoes and Rnbjers.Ttiey New York the had intended this week to wiite; up An alliance: chief said to me: "Our MX S .
: cost ; Sun- phosphates railroads and fodder -.- - .- ---- 1-
i is
crops to I and
I system disgrace our legislation
want to sell You Your Hardware, Tools and Building offer. Truby, the I pulling hit as the politician is Abroad inI judicial :tribunal. \Ve farmers will bear The None-Silt-II Ntraw"'rr7.--\

'* : Material. Best Elgin All lie I land. I .mist :ask 1 little space for hN as much as any people but I there is a Variety, and how Obtained.

4- i 25c per pound at I benefit. Iking well known ns an alliance limit beyond which we will tilt endure, About eiirht years ago Mr Brainanl
Agricultural Im- man I am cornered a doz--n times a day and such be the end of t tinpresent Mitchell and family settled at Hampton
sell wi
They want to you your Wagons, Buggies, Truby
I met I by the .\ witli such queries as imposition ho not curled 1.11l|PfW- in I his county bringing with them uquaniily _ _
f plcmcnts, SemIs and Fertilizers. In order to Who are the allhnre candidates? What eis that l-e." ol plant: and shrubs amoti:
,1d,. fall fetock of do you propose to do? What t the devil On the tenth d.iy I returned t ti> Stark". which wj :i >|H'.-ii->' of strawberry the
F' .j iThey' want to sell you your Saddles, Harness and Whips, in1kctbeywa are : do you fellows want!? You have all the I delighted with trip and will ever name of whi'h I In, was n,il ablelo hull
special prices. \
1t to 'sell you everything you may weed. Give them i comity offices, etc etc. Now let us answer praise the hospitality of our !.uIIl'rl ..nt. 1 fliis plant sjeuu-d front lhi first toflnurish
Truby, once for all. We in common wih I farmers. nl.l l itt season ;produced S leh
aitrial and will l>c convinced that they will save you moneyon 8.1'
you Loaded shells every }patriotic citizen ure inclined t. a !large quantity of excellent l erries that I
everything You buy rnd at the same time guarantee the quality burg & Co. .ac- glory in the traditions of our old parly (:ol. (*. P. Cooper Supreme for Court.Juntlce ol' The : I they provrd |. IK- n great treat 10 the

and quantity of Goods. ) is but the frequency and persistency of corruption family nnd neighl.rs for several seasons.Mr. .
Wire and : aud Ihe complicity of delegated Editor TELEOUAPII think East Fli-i- : ; Levi JonliH having pionireil few

Sternburg_& Co. 'representatives has l been such ns to cause uli is entitled to lepicsenlation on the I plants I ilirotuh his school children. b-

STERNBURG & COMPANY Barbed nrcand : the people to view with suspicion all party supreme bench of Ihe state. Middle and .flint.lalht' first season so great n yi.-M Unit
JRUBY this representatives. Labor has been compellea South Florida I he was induced to save nil the plant* for
I. each have representation I in
Truby -Sternbnrg' in self-defence. The al-
1 of to organize I the next season unit siiccyedttl in planting -
1 understand it, is ot the or Justice H.iinev a"cl l Judge
Harrison's c lance. as : agressin:; persons mout| one-eight of an acre from -
STARKE FLORI1JALWRJANf'S : proposes no revolutionary meal no Mitchell. West Florida has had two : which neighbors utcil largely beside
-m m- K country paints, (
tI. different shades will "third party.Ye arc not poltcans. judge since East 'lowli Ini& been honored I, selling ahou 3-1 worth to )Ir. Blunloii.tin .
1I corn I but propose to have something any : railroad agent nt Hampton. Mr.Jllhna.
burg & Co.FANCY. is a pit! s in the coining e'ections. Capital with I place on the bench and 1 think I': ''iIIl'lIracl.IIy the great profit and wonderful

BAZAAR its many head, trusts I loan companies we can truthfully Fay thin EaU Florida : pr..duciiveness of the bcny refused

I is I railroads, mines tic., are all con has as good forensic ability, as can l lI IK I lIlt sell the plants for wInch he had many -
I New
I spiring lo rob honest labor. Now if the : application. and together with his son- '
I Dealers in found in :he state or out of it. and if we
-4 built people are too cowardly lo meet these I I in law, Mr! Thomas l Oya!. set out nearly ,
intend to put i in our claim, now is I -
Wills & Owens issues s surely will their organizationsink. ll : all I Ihe plant; obtainable. Thi year (their
Goods and Fine I So long as they submit to party time, as the couvention will soon meet tpl.'Ce List season) tht"IIrf more lhaii s.itisrk-1
. StationerySchool gains provisions.
Fancy I who I rule and rulers who are grinding God's in nomination our canllill"I. I I I with their calculation situ shipments

Why buy an -I poor with unrighteous txation. they must notice that some of the conventions in I obtaining tIlC'highest prices and not 1ft4ili!!
\ Books School Supplies expect to sink and when labr sinks. the : a single quart on account of imperfect
chine and pay a Temple of Liberty will go with it. their primaries have mentioned till name : berries or otherwise-. which was m great

Musical Instruments etc. you can buy a con- The capital of our country is on fictitious of! Cal C. P. Cooper of JICk"UIVil. in ClIIlrl..t1111 exception lo their neighbor

; .4 Home for $35 atTruby s- I values. and congress and state legislatures i[i connection with the vacancy. I know of who were shipping Noonan's improved.

;Stazke F1oridalEllory's just are. we fear. in league with the I no person who would till thai honoriM Mr. Johns and Mr Ural! have tie; only
national banks and
trusts syndicates I I I patches of the kind at Hampton" and have
t Bargains in robbers in general for false capital certainly and responsible position with more honor I I j! 1I.'W'. June 20ih. :111 agrerment with the

." New York Florida lines. and examine. robs the honest citizen of his reward [ to himself alI credit \the ]npe! of Ilif i.I shipping agents at Hampton. Messrs. M.J.I
,>, 6. for honest toil. Our legislators, state and state than Cut Cooper. He habeen I I X. Bhllll..r. timid Williams Itro't for all 4
r. Truby, national, < compelling the laboring :: their hit-i ries. unit sire now picking I 111wii.k
classes 10 pay for the necessaries of life on resident of the state from. 3 ou may say 1 j j I 'Ifii crates front alioul one uvre.whi'itlie .

I'i" New York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and E :i.C'a'l'ng Wills & Owens thes fictitious values by implication if i early bbo u fine juri!t <>f large ex- : Nimitau's improved have long :

.'. 1 FRItNtNDINA FL'EVERY TIIIJRSD.\- an immense stock meet!- not in fact. It Is in Ihe power of congress perience. Ix.inr: about sixty-three j't.r of ,; siniu f.iikil The plants in the patch ufeired -
From SOd state legislatures to pass such laws : !, t. will Inul ami
; f NKIWOIIK, KVKKITFUIUAYAT 3 P. m. (!. I. l age. would make an and : avennriour hIgh
inipar- :;
Miss Leila will crush out these robbers or at least lVe abll :: i'inanil :i hrflf I lest nvrms. are I in a flour-
) -IRON STEAMERS- home in Bronson la protect honest laU'r. Now let the people tial judge. Col. Cooper has reirlered able i-bing ronili'ii'ii' anil loaded with f.uit

of take hold for awhile and see if they fan I and valuable service 'lo the (leiu'/erulic1. :|I iiinl liiit-in. }Jr. ;Uyal thinks that his

RIO GRANDE, \\-care l retirj not by unite.I action right some of thesewrongs. [ party and iu the day if the past \n.n! :'i |'Mtcb from ilstippfMraticpdnriMlucini( ; fruit -
I Captain Connor. hnltcrthsocial will del Vf r pf>pvti(, rOE-Dd. ., Mfn-r Di-cember) might be kept In suc':tysful -
rule I he overthrow
C. L. i catpet-bag ,
J U-aring lilt entire year.
,'. 0 young l ladies at the 1 I t>t our state a nd oppressed our people. I The Noiusneh slrawU-rry-which name 5 5I

STATE OF TEXAS, next Friday 7.30 Taxes Must be Reduced. 1 for one cannot Corset the veterans nf th -v 1 r Ibis III'%varirly hi lately U-en ; rieiii ft

Captain Will iam1 s. s invited.Tamra such Editor TKr.EGAI'Il-Tiie. people must I'' hanl-fough buttles. and I they should I 11-1 i f a }ir>ftr[ ISi'Hiirr. |roiliiiiig; a solid I firm
I have reduction of taxes. The .
were I legi.laturcmust when we have 1ivarsnr honors Lerry of supti t fl.ivor. with less xcul
Tribune: reduce expenses in the per (r to confer. Coi. has been .: (ban Ihe Nooiijn's. anil we Itclieve it will
Antonio exceedingly -
City of San something rare even eo- its members number employees and its modest in llN.pr.Ullll' ;dwiy-1 ":j I provilo "t.e a great Iributb lo I the sin wj 5
'\ Captain Wilder. tbis visiting committees- he abolition of the ready to withdraw and give I I herrinll'n.- 4.-S reason we picferciicf. .
,',, Steamers leave: Kernandina on arrival of train leaving Jacksonville 4:15 p. in. of dozen Tues. railroad commission Is ncce-saiy. It is others and ba not until now called :,, >. r L IrAKlJlNI.R.LKVI.IOHN .
present a und has utter upon -
Tli very expensive proved an
.t t sday. Binj. hi? Pei irty friends to honor him ?. ii
'." Trains of the Florida! Central .V Peninsula Railroad from aU points south, arrive of Hart's Tardiff sent failure in reducing transporttion rates. 1).MCK\T 'I UOMIS I)YUi -
.' inFtruandina-Jv. p.m. Thursday, linking close cOI ne4' ions.. by Cnpt. George rown- Also the repeal of the present road law. t ___ i 31. N. nr.\ TIIS.
ii Steamers, stop at Bninswi, ::.. only! and arrive in e vorK Mondays : John \\ e had far better roads when the latter : You Know not Your Fate. WILLIAMBRor*.

... SCHEDULE POU JUNE AND JULY: Attention N J wereunnei the control of the county com { I\1 i-ontinueto HiilFer with indi.,. -.H. I I Mtning nf the fishY attractive q
1f,. FrIda..' .. l"I"R..TE. .......... Thursday' Jlln 5 Regular meeting I missioners. The duties of sh'JI board lon you will uev.r know what your ft ; itiiof the ahovl lcscrilll'll In.irjwhich '
'11 Mar M ..... June 12 and superintendents should be per and it must cmi r t ilcrI.'yspepsla I h-ive lit Noni-siich. I IMVI-
't, Friday, June.STATEOKTEXAS. ... '.Thursday drill Monday night E C 1 rOIc rn"Jf. !OlI : seen In name
\ ,,1 Fri l.}. June 13.K10UBANDE. .. ... Thursdar Junel9 I frml'c by the county COmmi"loner- af'pr a tim wMI 'war vmir p'trciisiM'd hhit* entire ri" tu ami sfm-k ..f
: ........Thursday. June 26 order of 1 system mi'l di fstive WHv ansi! .
, ). Jum 23. STATE OF TEXAS. Iddition pny.We org t" : pi.nits and ,,ill di-livrr them t ) piriiisi
.. 111.JulvS' :
... .. ..... .. Attest : WIUIII will
FridaV.JuneSr. niOORANDE in ou tn yoursell"ami I Ioblo
the 11
: of wurthles.
i'-i'i .. ..... ... ..TI j-ulY.lO were fwd t change manner assessing ;i who may want ilieiii. in 4t'* unital tea fn.iu
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Friday. July) 4. ......,.t.STATEOFTEXASFriday. Th J. \v. MORGAN ions to others. I It.gi i'n I in I lo
i July U ......... .........RIO GRANDEFndaV.JlllylH .. ... ..._............ r.Ida'' July 17 Trcas. !the 23 and collecting tax's.Whil the. (1'1:1 I 1100 ts) 5.00U plants nr a ini sr i-ninbre:.
; &- and evil tnkinjr Dr. Westmorela.iid's
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' ........_ .1. ..STATEOFTEXASWday ...-.... .. ... .Thcrsd.Y. ) : our state is rapidly increasing in | price. My <'bjecl i in this i k flue for the
..... JWy 81Friday Calisaya Tonie. the :
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July ...:. RIO 01"" wealth the increase in -.itch higher
A\ : L ... laxe welfare of the strawberry grower of the
AUIt. !...I....STATE uF TEXAS............... Thursday, Aug7 landholders; settle their remedy known for a torpM liver and [
to proportion. Large i
self iiii
'. di' emed blixxl. It will set the liver I > i state than for aggrandisement :
) For general information J. ,I. iipplv I'DTLKK) 10 Agent 77 West Bay Street. Ja.cksonvillc. Fla. THE I i!i taxes at a nominal price while poor fann- work purify the blood and give t.m" to) profit. Correspondence solicited.1
",,1Ir. 1 i. 1C. II (JUDY, Agent fllot t"t'nt.-rSt. Feruandma. Fla. : en have their lands sold by the collector.JCSTICE. the whole system liny it of U'. n. \ S. F. GARDCiCR.Fla.
$1.00 A Rivers for cents and fl l i .
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_. Divine Says:

R '. They partei is a merry mood most ate SCHOOL BOOKS. HUMOROUS. W bee .t yT"r "ygS ELERF'hT.a. 1
l; ( I 'Ge.era---I U ... Weak '-- ad tn:1 $
radfonlounJi'tltgrnph .
men going to comfortable homes. _
Aut ( t a. P1efttl .
; k'4ed -Maa of the house to the peddler- .. m Li ii udi i **"_ pglgts.Ms.ILI; $$; "y "1
'. Eooaey tinpIacea.s a poor &n4 OIhen Harfag ClilMru to E4mTte .
'Get out of here or I'll whistle for the .Wb'it "
w. ,Published, Every Friday. lodgin .h01LC4 where be shared a garret I I lo Veil, now,but Toaldnt yon like and e.Y lI 4AIl' ;
; 1 with four other men; and In the joy of four leading school book publlsh- g. ing

; tr.AJU E' "LURID. his bean the poor fellow exhibited his jig houses of the country which hare to bay a nice Tis Philadelphia the ii's ...t.tKI

: handkerchief with his hard-earned savings heretofore been tnoim under the following Times. sa Pills "

tied up In a hard wad In the rciddie. styles and titles. Tie -Teacher-"Ani now, children. yoa jast vo i ." ?. .

:: t .; IS THERE MONEY' IN IT? before be put it under his pillow Van Antwerp Bragg & Co., Cincinnati hare heard the story of Ananias. What of -!!"" .',Ihaa. 4keg

I. 1- and fell asleep. When he awakened in ; Ivisoa Blakeman & Co. New lesson should we learn from his fate? R BLESSING. .CU C
I ;,I4 1&state are! a*!ar wh "Terre The SPECIAL r : .C
York S.. S. Barnes & Co. Hew York Tommy- to get caught.
the corning he found his treasure ; ; n'U ... '
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k 1 Ad br which .e.p.e btbz; gore.D tains "mmjtttlaf t 4o -
I. Ibties (.rvy any tits* 'weii ur. Some villain had robbed him. Appleton & Co.. New York after a Haute Express. fo: .--"d ll1e8 toe all nT Dtl.0W.A p.am '. ID LUJJ' I D5 iifIIII'IE _' -

Ii' i' l toI W lr... At first Eooney would not believe all and careful consideration of all the -Agitated Young Bridegroom (immediately re "Id.*!. .s..IIfte. _-_ *1.oam Lisetri. ," eIt-i .. '

'k r ': \ VM cs rt oar Wb1) &titSo it lost; he searched every corner of the circumstances, have decided to form after the ceremony)-" rena. sire .r.r.B.. O.I..Y -.,...-.--S.-..Cs1.. --,.... -

r t I* yc. oa -chance to tJce room shook his quilt and blanket and aa Incorporated company for the prose- shall-shall 151.allre5haU we :V''IWJJKKB- awls XLICTKIC xzu A xmiivei.- -

.4 A sctes or rpecvla&n ttV\ku:i lit taaszjJalL begged those about him to uqcl: joking cu:ion of the school book basin ess. They kiss?" Se1f. esse Bride (her third Sts kills! >ga.. :Murray Sfc,'Xcir York.. e __.Sat"7.ft'.XX 'ftII&:1 _ra.M -.'

: ( ,I and give it back." But at last he realized realize thai the time has come when experience)-"It is ny usual custom other

r f one la" a.- the tcter the truth. something moss be done anl some William."-Chicago Tnbune."You C< & CO "
AD'I-..Iat to 1t% w unco ,
.: For liocrt the ctcrrt nsaj ur A)a miLfr we ct1 -Is any can that bad that's thaved means devised for reducing the cost of have plenty reading there," W ';'

I, LO 4dr-Za t t.W3I from me?* he asked. **BOTS, Is any niaa school books to the people and for said a visitor to the literary editor or' \ppP9fI CS STOVES TINWAR. .

\ j liste to the eTerTbt that bad! en abling the patrozs of the schools pointing to a pile of books oa the editorial tea ( ._. at

Ii vill ci: the prlrate coSr; And some see answered: "No doubt to purcias* their supplies of books direct desk. "They are not for reading Gt: Jmmf. OO*. tn('9, XeV4g.*., UtIearr. .i _,
rbrj'r*rsr to aar'er to tb! cza that his tie .
I rofybtt of it, Roosey; it's stole." frora the publishers at net prices ," answered the literary editor; en..r.PLAIN< tterT..s.4 Wv.'wr.&. .rQE. "

Then Eooney pet his Lead down on wherever they desire so to do. They they are for eTiewing.ostcn Courier. TEZ wa.aE.GALY.AUZEa: : _

I E l1 p d. 1Ih bis hands and wept. It seemed more have sit that ihs fire of their business "I r ace.for 9Ie Cst&os'cI. 4.M ry.t81 PT .ee.. -8IIIiIL SDt4

by Sore o? &4 ponme than be could b ar-to have Nora and is seriously threatened by the d Sf1 caii n .,'.& BI"TD1I"_
popular Passenger (to Europe bound later -
? v tcM'cr he tai a tol r tieart bfo'e be c-sA tva rana 'r.,.
b to..Cs It. the child put months away from him prejudice srhisa has been created fo dinner)-"Steward, what kinl of a f

). '. with a"vviib glajcel. a; by the exorbitant prises charged for turkey do you call thi? Steward I "YlhoI efnsk_

r Always aka aboot ftuet" *. Best when he went to work that day ; jl books by the local retailer. "It's American turkey, sir." Passenger bo GOYER( r
'p Tor t; doesn't cam to wed, j.w* Toxnr lciUKTC'I hTh blood I PACKINQHQU" J
teemed to all who saw him that he ere have been too many profits made; -"American fiddlestick: Ame t-I PRODUCTS.
meaty in it. ; .
; { picked up a new determination; isth of school boots, and in reorganizing ica wasn't discovered when this turkey fiB x>4 l COLD i COUNTRY 0_

it .' At1they27tbe f'OUtSc1.al hands were nerer idle. At coca eir bui-e into this new stock company was bom." Jo .
r Ftru: OJ a ca.sla tn1tf'L. scratched out a letter, blotted and rery they do so for the ant "Six I'' t'flfl I nr SOLICITOIUflftU.Ys.I 4
Asi fcv his ffjff ca every *tt before tsfcelait w1:1 purpose -"I understand young BrieSess is aai l'rg W4I a
t strangely scrawled telling Nora what with the determination to establish _
; about to marry the daughter of old Ttea i w&uw i
%tf% 'JII :
It t,rot lis nocattJi bad happened and the men noticed :lo relatioas with the actual
; =er purchasers I loll TKL&RUTLIWy
Boads. the millionaire. Yes; so I am X.JOYS I
B11.b di to UTe the ZiatloaCtlesa that he had no meat with his dinner.Indeed of the ro.Ls.td. give them the bea- of = II I UUi XDlPaa.: % 4 .
pcrcban < ,It happess tiers ia Jots of told. "Will he give up the law business rtiI and results
t method when
from that
\ moment he lived on !l; of the lowest possible prices. To I

E 1:1 ft.Toa t bread potatoes and cold water and a this ae-w departure in the ? "Yes and ; he in will to the give son-in-law: up the bus-lawbusiness "feel z.' li bken;it izpleasant 'I I

hare b ard oC him th<- rtorr worked as Jew men ever worked before;: manner cf famishing school boat iness."-Lowell go Citizen. 5. ) ; gto the taste, and act 'wiilTEpi i
Who without the sates cf if it to be the talk th asi educed cEescuer1 :
grow o $ shop prices a greater the
Th'n U;<1 cfa bl id cr1.0 e::'r q1 economy have brought your sot d promptly on Kidneys,
bnt. every one wanted to help &oo: j. Jobs: ia niasufacturia:? the books aad ea-s. Bowels cleanses the
tome whom I have rescued fom drown sys f
I .. Sail: Tin a two-per-e-ster. were thrown in his way; kini words in conducting the business must be W. di colds head- LIYTET Z4t.LL 1.TO.1'... .
.. So I g1I i* I win cos ester.Tur and friendly wishes bf E'"i bin mightily practiced, and this ia the object held In in;. Mother. .\cc'p: a mohe.sthanks. I aui ; pcls Ur tk. CTKE., .5..a. .

as near all ea a. e r.ai3.i j tiere ain't rorx ; but no power could make him! share view by the firms above named la'oming Now, Charles I hope this .illbe fcr' fevers and cores habitual AT .ar"im.lEO'CME ._CT .

*y Is It.ch1arJ Ivtg Poi. the food or drink of asyoxherworksas; f the new cl;a:1Y. Under this a good lesson to you. Don't you n. Syrup of Figs fa the 9 I. CO. IEPygu. ,

I that seeded cf ever go ae.ii ie water again till you a? :* : of its Kind .,. .
a sort 1.i
charity to ; eew organization one plant and one y eTeI'll'O-I .iu ftJlr ____ :
Still he was helped alon;. A pres'stfrota !'crce of clerks aai agents will do the know tow t/ swim. ight- pleasing to the .

t1. : A 3IUDEKN HERO. Mr. Camp at pay-day ti Nora, ashe business: which has heretofore requireseveral .]!L -Thong.foL "Eut, Clara that to the Etomsch, prompt in RUSSELL yr Innnnvt

said, "a week The little look you have oa is the very one I M !
expensive establish: meats. The I i and truly beneficial in it3 & CO.'S I Iiii UUR

Pathetic Story of arTlrishman Who hoard grew faster than the f-3t. At sa Ting of expense in this direction Trill would not get for you because it was so fozrensie. r t prepared only from the most jrow UAZ3T. DMm" c.a iaS
.1 t last before be it. e ." "Yes. John dear, but I : 7bi'.brv. &.. :
hoped he abe.0 The
*** was b eviitar._ to any one, and beside this ruMances -
Went to ** Loved Onoa.Rorrcer.. and agreeable .1It n.etr
say: "l"x: :.going to trisg thesi o'ter.- there will aL>3 be a material advantage bought it afterwards because I could rioth: ; PUta .4. A__" .' .IU. .A b .
1 bear think of how would at! excellent qualities com RU5ELL.&CO.. A$1LWIIOIUOJ.sa& ,
ard to show his handkerchief. In to you
which _
to the nesr in the fact that ittrill _
To ti' Knccry cf TlJcia this company from ;
as before, e tied his earnings-this be yourself for your obstinacy in no: gating ; to all and hare made it .
iipe mt! W.4 DCV4 by hU Fov-Wc up able to get better terms in purchasing pro.e
I it for Blatte- known. ._ 1 rT 35 t"Sr1I by CUfl.I /
I time however only to his fri n s.'Cauti01l5 the paper, printers* Ink and me. bottle popular remedy DkD' iCviiuL-

t Tboe s r-ords joa may read aay day I among stranger*, he hid his I other material used in the manufacture: -She-.Well Professor ron'-e described c: Figa is for ssle in 50c I i.. I .5 a*,c. s.*a.a_.

j.\ ,. upon & plain white slab in a cemetery. treasure and kept his vest buttoned of tho books. coughing aol seerin.er1 eloquently W r bottles by all leading drug ..... .

ia on* of cir large chi 5.- But ortrit nigh* and day until the tickets I It has been stated by the indeed. Will you tell me what every Any reliable druggist who V1 .. .aiIp'.hCfdF bM.r
yo'w ere bourht and Then compethorr kissing j' He-"Kissing is the L) ..d CbUd..4C'tr'V4 """' .
1ibt: read them a bund times with et'erycan. iai opponents of this ne have it on hand Will pro- I. ..

ofJt cnln at the littla tragedy they indicate woman and child capable of bearing that as sooa as It gets control of the j juxtaposition of two orbicularis; promptly for any one who TU ns.U&taiiiu.. 5 **ii.36(11..F.i.n _

: without knowing the umble romance or understanding that Nora trade in a State it trill at once increase oris muscles in a state of distractioa Imeancontractioa. voa Do -a

which ended with the placing of and the baby were eemlr::. the price of books. The falsity of ." She-"Oh! (Pause.)) little try it. net accept I Invert.'t"r sd.
that Mont above the dust of lone poor : The days Iew by and bmrht at last this critcL can not be better provea Bat it seems easier than t.a1.T e 13 ers.get PATENTS .I -: FORTUIE!

and humble :! i a letter frora his wife. "tie would L than by the wiliisgaess of the new corn J este!. / FIG SYRUP CO. W.T,rlTZGERAUW.A.UUn or IHnrt'T10 YkZZAreiI

I IbnY tart as Le desired, and sh* was "-eland L "I :Ir : .rs.t..D Ell tans___-
In b shabby jacket and mud-laden p-ny to give guaranty with satisfactory -Oldboy- am heartily glad to find lot :: 8X1 FUkVXQ. CAl.

n5. h was scarcely aa attractive so was the bey, and might. the Lori Loai ia any reasonable amount, contracting you so much better." Dxmley-"Yes is.-\ u. HEW roex. I.r. .

object as be willed Into MrCamp's bring th"m safe to each other area.1.i. as follows: I have been a very sick man, but 1 an L EDUCATIONAL.Voi.TTu&1T..wtLrrIT- --,

: ; great tin and hardware chop one day; bl less those who had been so kind to First, that therer..U be so iacreaseia all right now, thanks to Dr. Pinib rJ." : PRATT J,. CUDUEA
him." That was the sabnance of tte Old "You should s Ici t. I. Wft'LU by "cuy jis1j'ATELUSHOTa1i :
for five rather
and presented himself a: th c counter prices tea or erca twenty y- say Ja ;
'.-' with: epistle that Eooney proudly asaur* the years if desirei; aai second, that if a: thanks to lirovidence,' for it was I used GINS D nSTlYrTL C'wsii '
-redi5:1 men that Nora wrote tier.e1L She had L the Proriience t.1troxht ." I Chorea&".mmer LI&I'i. .Teaz..AJ.FaJl.
Tte been toald ye for anytime nw company's prices shallbe your c: 1 r. E3ScI.1pra.eKsi7Sa4 seesmIOnS .
lived at service as a girl with a certain rt-iuc--d lower Dumley_"Well, wait ani Ax fflralJ tCI'l"Qt&Cflkfld.TYPSwfl115.nvkkt'r .
-.ands. yer !}1or : to a figure, that re- yoa just see 1 AJKK THE BZST. p
'Fully) mpplied. my man." rid 31:.. i good old lair who had giv-3 her an education due-d price will at ont le the who leads in the bilL-Am ric1. m"':k : 1i i reuti",,.ttntS. D-o 11'\ .A3U IXa.a4 ttfta P-uU1a,i mi tmmBUSIIESS> :__WrnSZOZcU.O5US
t the items of which told L .ih"r>>:L F'. ,. .n Camp not lifting his head from: his ecooJnt j Rooaey fstablishe-i price under all contracts. : "f 7iB- '':M'i i ". Gia r'tat"

bc.Td I J npoa bU! Cagers: Tte radla*. that's To these who are ia'ormed in the A Safe Gotr-I. J C "!.al cIf HCLLEO: PO '!. are 0(xs.tnTs!t.o a'le'feoei- m .Q COLLECE,

rrork faitbJal. sir. and tate \ case tfotJ
f. ''Jlar. ".J We.nl&111" aa 1"M.
i 1 .
: wares till I coulldo blither, and I'd': moreover she knows all a woman can- majority of the school books nowa b':t c.ccasionstly t >l 3 "-I="r:1 t'i.l' \ 1-rQIco..J.)4.flra.rTI,,. .A>sair FKEE. tr Vv JUILB 70&IL
e Qer tl keep of tM: r Lar J !retnz c r .
Then Le looked 1E PI15. TEX
at the Led ask'i iVp-'r tire-:
inea : A
: Itrn-I would that" ; i tie in tLC s:bo->ls throughout_ else to cure the disie if it once zet-s ictotbes .. 7I..lU.-__TT. COB iERCU!.COLLEGE OF XEXTUCJCY L"iIYUSlITLL1IGTO3.
It was an Irish brosr, aril >(r. Camp:, .nOe wondtber the time teems losg tae couatrj are pubiisbed by the fouruses '\ between me aa" her, bcjs?" dls'-'is" ch C3ita:1: .* la s' If.n..r If 1I'\'ftlO2 a .
>be that a ,
had declared that be wok 1 h which have formed the I> E1..a A"a.y.I&
never c m.I newcorapaay. 1 1i o \X**-I Wi-, ,'._1ilT!e.1"-. _
I : ploy an incompetent bind. T|"et the So it was Nora at the dawn of day. i : It is the earnest dc-aire of t:; :. and cmlis ambition.and fever It cakes It drives cnc feel array l sick cuerrv aai act : : .Y' ..',,aO' r :.JIn". !'_ "Y1 v3.6-;sM T,4. .p-Tn-t.e3g0
Nora at and Nora : Lver : : .1fb en. LeaHr f'a.r..l'L -r' tov.t..'a 1_ ,_
tone attracted him. He tornc-d briikJf noon at sight cntil c. :'p:1.n.1 to Live these books contiain mean all over. A a'e ruar-1 J.ra.ii5t the 1AlU.-.rJ _j.s_ w. kl5. ... m. L.zI.sS.s. Kr.;

I ,. and with his pen behind his car, be addressed the news came that the "Kathleen" had t'rd u;e in th? S.hMls, and it willaiz ; d iscasear.d a sure csre'i i is 8" !*5 Tonic :
: come to {-or-to It happened on a hoi! hIT'.lp. m.-.d bv Dr. J.h } u1, (.! L'iui; ; -
4 the man who was onlyone* ofCfty to make it for the interest of the s c.:mi
dite.Ky.: A sineb.ttow1i1d.fcraue:1ire rcII r VAREK CRMB
; who bad answered his advertisement a and half a dozen men wre public use them. t iiiij.. It 15 far better than quinine. 11) PRICES to( CONSUMERS.. f j n ruw fieri=
ready to with Koonpy to the .*estd* i sria24.
y that morning for four workmen: go steanjer: By a geaerous policy the new con as no cers3gerD vtt of t systc-ai ever follows G:< wi 4"1I.--r- lAek.t Karl...kr,; n& is tzrt ,.. jrj,>**-.$4. }.
l "What makps you ext to learn and give his wife a welcome. Her little pany exvcts t-j increase its busine : j its use. The C" f* n-jiainccausc-s a !! trmyt jo osr pn< for..W It 48eft_foPISO'S S2..L i
I 1t1 &r'Ic- ; s Iff'w
home buizitz ia the li7ry: srisstioc' naaeaaad .J
.: was ready; )1Canp'5 owa servant pars
faster than other fobre you any -s and to se>.uro the wiiest possiblesile vnvulio35 ac1paralysis. ; l-tif. .
bad tc-rcetimes even. < 8 &It,1t..n..I. .
it in order."She .
.mart :? put for its books, realizing that the : Use Smith's Tonic syrup acd Siper"i kNo', JIo. .
: 'Ill that" I I. hadn't the bike of that in the all such dancer is avok-i: Ii fact it has .
not say said tte mar. only v/ay in which, this can be accomplished : -
bat I'd be ouldcoun thry," sail Eoon"y, whe-nall all the g'x.l ml'olC"r.al rju ;lilies cf quininewith jv'o ) ..r
"wishing; that'ai make i it is by uraishiag the books to the
I was arranged -bit she'll know LOW none oJ in eviJ nature. Cures III ctL
asier.i I ; to people direct and at lover prices thai -- -- -- for frN

4. "Are ron used to the work?" kate it tidy." tcbool books have ever b-: bought Lrr is no linrer a dream to a man I after THZ "!

: Tre done a bit of it." '\ At last the dock was reached; z. crowd tho first tine t"s: vrifc scuds him to tte3rug but it 1'I. 5 s Street.uu.
of vehicles blockaded store fcr face vdcr.-Tcrre Haute
: ")1ubr the street; a troeci; SHE GOT A POINTER. pc .
of emigrants carne thronging fine _ _
:EJ "So yer honor; ill tell no lie: bat I _
How a Little Worn in Was roorlared
know a bit alx>ut tins." srgers were stepping into the Error of Her Ways. 3.t.tart A: (;?)=x vrhose advertisement rL1
'Voa are too old for an apprentice. cabs; drivers and porters were sho:tinz: appears in this r r<*". is ? perfectly reliable ton
Two men were playing a oJeachre firm -! reader feel CURE FOR
I '" in the usual u.an (;. Nora would wait game air the can sure that
; and be in
you'd the I calc-ilate
4 way. beard in a drawing-room car oa tb l* every rere;:: :.jn mic ov them will be
on for her hu!baai-he knew that.The
':.., taid Sir. Camp. looking at the b--awny Erie road and little wonan who had ? earned: ot to the letterThe Chica;) later THE BEST
t arms. "Bssides, I know your coiatr' ; little grotp made their way int*. seat near watched the Ocean saysIacallincr : COUCH MEDICINE.BT .
by play witbgreat *
r : -
the vessel I, and Eooney searched for the attention to the nevr adverlisemott : -
men-lazy fellows who never do theirtest.
interest. Finally a?a certain pia) of i'essrs. Maser : Urosa. of Toicdo -
No. I've been taken in I Irish two so dar to him. patiently at erst.
by was male she asked: 0 we are n>t rcc'J:"!din anew
bands before and I wont hare ai t. but by and by growing anxious and e-x- "Did he take that trick with the firE to our readers bat one ttat-is well CONSUMPTI ONI
other." ci i '- klnjof I and favorably kcovrn alrea.h'. Country
i iVJrjrin hearts? merchants have in co-versaticn with
6-Tbf "Why don't ask the captain? us
will hare to be d berbrinzio "
-Yes"m. re -at.dlJ alluded to tie knives arid other !
r j '>D over in her two arms soggeste-I one and Eocrey jumped atrjtne "He took with his '' hardware specialties advertised by Mater .

-: thin** said the man. despairingly,: ) tnought. In a few momenta fce "Justso, ma'am.your queen" king? 6z Grosh. and the testimony as to tte quality I when I we bom..nd every day
of the goods 1 the received
I've tramped *11 day fur the last fort- stood: before a portly rubicunl man, aa treatment
; "But a queen is higher than a king." has been always mzostfarorabte."' ,
who nodded shows -
r4 to him
; ni-bt and niver a job can I get andtbat's kindly. '-0=. no, ma'am, the queen ranks one whf..said .
the last penny I hare yer honor "I'm looking for ce wife yer honor." below the fin Four II':'.- .] of th Saticaal Capital i-
and it's but a half one." said .(- ,"and I can.:End her; I bade '.Ii that is said to be made up nf about cue tuahuadred -
so everywhere?
!* .\& he spoke he spread his palm open her wait for me." hY s"m." arid Hfty.-Pciiadclnhia. Ledger.

J and dlp1aycd an English ta1-penzy.. "Woai: n don't always do as they are Can't be no mistake Fortun. Seeklnc Emigrant whodidhtuseSe
un ring whom erT* asked Mr. bid, know," said the
o Camp.l.y yoa captain.
"Not the slightest. Don't you play?' Many a poor fan1.that. ceks the West-
arrested the odd speech as he turned. Nora would," said Eooney, but raay "Not Ituc My husband set out era wilds in the hope cf winning a fortune:
away. be she didn't come." tc is preserved from that insidious foe of the
:learn me, but I took all the kings with.
emigrant and frontiersman cb-lls and
6'Jil1ora and Jamey. At the name of Nora the
captain my queens, and he got mal and quarreled fever-br Hos tetter's Stomaea Bitters. t>o
"Who are they? staw In a moment he askedVha I' about it, and. and -" efectuaU3dies that incomparable medicinal o1ioiso1idpe.
I The wan' me wife the other mechild. is your name?"* "And "' defense fortify the system asain't the
." said the man. "Oh. sir jUt thry; NIke Rooney. sir." you do:1"tplay any more? combined inSueace of a malarious atmosphere ofscouringsopusedorofl
"X-ao, sir: but I'll telegraph him and miasisatainted waiter, that protected ,
: me. Howll I bring 'em "And wife's 1.
over to me it i no your vra Nora
within the it the tte miner the
next ten minutes that I by pioneer or cleaning
one will give me a job I want t! 1 be "That's her name, and the boy wit wrong, aad that all Is forgiven and was tourist provided with it, may sIely encounter ; $ purpose '
aiming, and the whole bg city s '/msaglnst her is Jamesy. yer honor." I'll ; the danger.Grrr .
return ani let him
it, and me with arms like thirn.** The captain looked at Eooney and even take the -. I Ah Cried the kousa- "
Oh! Oh
bowers with !
;: He bared his arms to the elbow as he then saidSit down my man; I're ) ten-51 oO: if he wan t.5 4to4 a girl a d)11.13l1 you wifl see her Cried the DIET,
-N. Y. JSUB. wearies it to-iaorrow: give a boy a dollar
L epoke and Mr. Camp looked at them metbinjj to tell you." and he -vnll eit it-Atciison Globe The Secret I know no "At length I mut go, I omaot

and then at bis face. "She's left behind?" asked Rooney. Commendable Caution. resist withstand

; "I'll hire you for a week," he szUd; ">he sailed with cs,"said the captain. Mrs. VLU Battry-It's papa's birthday I ; Smith'sTenic Syrnp in my pr. ..!ce. f.

: and now, as it's noon po down into }he "My man, we all have our trials; Godsends to-morrow. Jack. and am such determined excellent to satisfaction use it so in long cases as of it To &. ." SAPOXiZp."

: kitchen and ask the girl to give you them. Yes Nora started with us.", )lr Van EJ.ttrr-l'd forgotten it. chills ipves and fever.-J.Jv i 1'. J&uA4t, Calhcwa, .

) *; your dinner-a hungry man cant work.: Rooney said notbinjr. He was lookingat Mrs. Van Battry-What shall we give ,

i And with an Irish blessing the n*w the captain now white to the lip'It's *. him? .

band obeyed, while )Ir. Camp went upstairs ben a sickly season; we had illness Mr. Van Eattry-Well I was goingtthi 3fILu3zrN: are poor J>ocpe to intervierr.Jfatorallr C! OUR CUSTOMERS.
they do not like to be pumpe>l.-
to his own meaL i on board-the cholera" said the : him! for a check in the morning. Oil City': tie Price I. of .
Koony worked hard and actually captain. Iany died-many children. Perhaps wed better wait until we know If www .

l arnM fast At the end of the weekb 1Ve "e were half-way here your boy how big it is before we select'aay thin g. Tux about word-painting! Where dorou ctnu GREAT PLEASURE IN CALLING TO YOUR NOTICE THE FACT THAT. ,

was engaged permanently, and Boon was taken skk.Janesy -" Frank Leslies.A find the poet or novelist who can compare : TO OUR UNSURPASSED READY'PRINT SERVICE. THIS HOUSE CAN

wa the best workman in the shop. I I'Je !"' {rasped Rooney. with the 6 iga-writer.-Whiteside HerAid. TO THE TRADE :

K was a great talker but not fond of drink "His mother watched him night and Good Reason for Leaving. '

nor of wasting money. As his wajresj day," the captain went on, "and T.-C did "Why did you leave that family yoa A WOMAS'S indifference to her looks ran

j *- be hoarded every p' nny, and wore all we could; but at last he died onlj] was with so long?"' asked a servant girl Istes' at the sight cf a man as quick as a J ffi

the same sbabby clothes in which he h M' one of many. There were five buri{.3; of another whom she met on the street boy fire-bell a lameness-Atctisoa leaves Globe.him at the sound of a ecotyjg IDl d Stereoypin r !

made his first appearance. 1 that day.1 "I just gave them notice that I was -

"Irery cent I spend he said one day. Uooney: groaned. going to quit I've got no use for a WHAT nonsense this is going the rounJs (

; "puts off the Nora family that will keep a like otthepress, that such and s ch has
bringing and .amc!y K.ep up if you can my man," said; girl me woman .1
r letter more than three weeks been the first to be admitted to the practiceof IF IN ALL
over. no coat to me back than the captain. "That night Nora was was the candid the law in this Haven't ITS BRANCHES.

'. : no wife and boy by me fireside; ani any,. 1 taken ill also, Tery suddenly: the prew reply.-Texas Siftings.ceorrpllsh and particularly married country.women, been women la y-, ER.U FOR THIS :

how, it'i blow work saTin;." I worse fast. In the morninj she called _uO'.1First !tug down the law to men for centuries I VALUABLE AND HELPFUL BRANCH OF SERVICE t
.t It was slow .work but he kept at it. : me to her and said: 'Tell Rooney I died novel that lay Baby"beside was him the on the title other of a Philadelphia Tines. IN ASSURING SOLICITING YOU THAT YOUR ORDERS IT IS GRATIFY1NQ TO US :;.

Other men. thoughtless and full of fun : thinking him and tell him to meet seat of the car, but the I :Krvrs tell a man he is In the heyday of "
tried to make Him drink. coaxed him to m*.* And. my man. the never said announcementwas I Ms career. The heyday is frequently the
,. superfluous. A man with only half I day when man to seed.Ccmaercial is Not Only Good but BESt
accompany them to places of amusement. thing mere: in an hour she was ; onp. an eye could see that it was his first I he Advertiser. goes i Absolutely THE I
or to share in their
; frolics. noon had
Sunday A1J y risen: he stood up trying held in his arms while its mother cooed ".
in vain. Booney liked fun liked companionship I I to steady himself looking at the cap to it frota the other seat. Talk about THE fatality among- census enumerators SAW FILL BE CAREFUL TO SPECIFY EITHER WOOD OR METAL BASE AS .

.. ; but he would not delay thai tain with dry eyes; thon tumin to hi= being able to pick out newly-wedded set promises well under to be very with great their as soon as they For BE FOUND ORDERS WITHOUT DELAY, BE THEY LARGE OR SMALL OUR
way questions. CONSISTENT
long looked-for bringinz of Nora friends he WITH THE HIGH
over; said: "Boys lie pot me couples! Ifs nothing to the Washington Star. GRADE OF MATERlAL
ease with
ant he was not 'mane enough" accept i death," and dropped to the deck like a which one can: size the TIE ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. :
favors of others which he r-ould i lot up couple who THZ average American citizen would turn --w -- .
not lIe i are traveling with their first child.-Buf his back on the greatest man that this R. N. :.
repay. kept on his way, a martyr -* They raised him and bore him away. falo Express.A world erer produced to look at a pretcihteenyear.old KEIiliOCG flELUSPflPEH CO., ;,
: to his one great wish, living oa little They carried him with 368 & .
to the little bed which girl a new spring: 370 Owborn
Street .
: working at night on any extra job i had been made ready for >cra. wearied letter is wiser than some peopleI Somerrille salt on and with a. dimple in her chin.- I 1 I STREET. ST. LOWS. MO. III. II,

by which be could earn a trifle and I with her long: journey. There at last : never attempts to give information Journal.fortunes S STREET. CLIV55Ai !. COI wrAMocrrre rnterr. KANSAS orrr. H&S8

r talking to any one who would listen of:! he opened his eyes. Mr. Can: bent until after it has been posted.At Tn of the politician and the STREET. d-CCIWMATl. OHIO I 40 JEPFCHS2N ST.. HSMPtn*. TEJtH. -.. ,

his one great hope and of Nora and lit* over him and the room was full cf rambler are in the hands of their friends. 74 TO SO EAST 3TH STRtrr,ST., PAUL. MUM. t
Jamesy. a hotel a waiter Htaira Gazette. ..
came out of -- --
I Rooneys fellow-workmen. tecoeeOO1l -p
_ _
At first the men who prided tte n-'! Better, Rooney? asked Mr. Camp. and informed the manager Txxoa.intinsardty does a good dealmore I r.Ue7a.DOILE1I.a..&ea..fl.&p-ritiu r.... : NEEDLES (TorSflSsw1aiMtai*
; telreson being all Americans and on "A dale bettter" said Eoosey "it's a man was raising a disturbance harm than the permanent variety Jatraa.r.ti.a. llIn.....Ie.Plaaea. Te STA.TTJAZD Tr.GCQMO&IT.Send
; I :
turning out the best work In the city i, easy now. ni be with her sooi And 4e he could not have his accus Out what would the lawyers do withoat niPuck. r5bLe&rpj IKOXWOJUL 44.b.t! SHUTTLES, hit. for vbol.&i.' 1
M .
r, aaiea sort of butt of Booneyand his ; look oJ.e. Masther. lOve learn: one t. tomed seat at the table. ''Go in again" '. REPAIRS. ULocu&aLJ ra
lGoo.s :
: Irish ways. Uat he won their hearts it I 1 I g-ood. He ,'culd.l't.ltt ne bi:g' said the manager, "and propitiate him As American financier has reoactly puV [ ENGINES. az*DIa.AlD__,

: last and when, one day mounting on a Nora over. but He's taking me in omfc way.." Back went the waiter listed a 400-page volume on the currency. .....T. WAT STRONG .i-rouu '

.work-bench he shook his little bundle.rapped her-and Jamesy-ote the over. :o and said: you doa't like the way: Who stall say that in this country the vcl- aaa JIaJa e&ree. AT LAW,
: riv
Doa't uae; of currency is too 5nalH-TeUs Sif tr ARE GITn.saV xruIL TE3IJI'
in a red handkerchief before ,you see it. and her z-stacdis' things is done here you can get oat cr icgs. PIECES G the .TnU c.SJ'ZeUL ATrNrI0N TO COUJC"fr.'fG .aQ
on the I'll _ One. PEU.usUG TOday. ..TK.
their eyes, and shouted: "Look boys, 'other side?' propitiate you pretty quickly. than. )STRET3 Iexpt of .aa rUD _,.

4 I've got the whole at last, I'm goin to Ani with Lloyd's Weekly. has A 5rw company for the culture ot cork -
tbEe been formed In
words Booncy this country. It saould price* KOeID-TULU to sa a Sasples worth tt.1i
bring Nora and Jamesy over at last!; all .stretched out his arm I'erhaplie fiii'se -Mr. Veritas: wants to know ivnat is have no trouble in floating its stock.-Bingtaiaton W*AM* ot $5 PEg.Unot under 0"tPf't.Wrt.e
felt a sympathy in his joy and farhgrasped Xora-Heaven only! knows"anl so meant by 4-f'o: *'eminent Irrigation." It Republican. aDocrus & 883., Reidsfille N. C Da 5TIi$4f57 ruu. it_I_JIOUDtlrZAJU ..,
his bra""DJhtUlJ.1u cere ial ccnw 'bodied. is ,,
} -Evalcaa wbf-n
rriitulatl0ni. J. i'rjw, ia N. \. members of Congress moisten and ministers are about the only C'Ct) x-4ica'sC'rt-nxBs. A. N. K. P.
J 1296.
1 IJ1 pendcnL thc-ir throats with "Congress watar."- people in this world f<> wtom people paythins.ervilieJo4naL Harris Parole.Willie Harris
Norrialown Herald. disagreeable and Smoke Pride of R.idnille. WHEN WRITING TO ADTERTIStJW PLEASEI
;. & -AIi QOOD3 QUAurxt ltal..-".u., j.* saw u. A4vs'i--sai. La u.sv4

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