Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
August 15, 1890
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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" Jill ; ; must be paid invariably II And feel It In my stiffening thing? Jdirel ofa Girl, Bat Somewhat Given .
. .1 bones Answer m that, Julo honor to Some of the Recently Imported Fabrics On. Who Usually Get. Even With Tbo
*. I .:". J>'discriminations lflfftVOr of any I note It In my dulling ears, bright?" Eccentricity. An Experience Which Made an English Of for Summer Gown Who Saab Him.
And hear It In ficer' flair Stand End.
my feebler tones. on
lO'Elf 4.flTde$4Infl upon all ranttcrs of lou Julo had left the table: in tears. If you want Parthenia you can have Among recently imported fabrics fot A very neat little reminder to one of
:lOl1e :d tram AIlIJIU'ts of the county Asd hldo It, as I slyly: may never Hugh her and welcome. She is a jewel of a "Was I ever afraid in battle? said an
made white the bores New
statements worst
:.": that he couldn't : summer gowns are diaphanous we ever a
Dy this and that English officer. UM times. But
I havo It In the tell-tale overt diflgulsOI provo, and the blow was too crushing lady, save that she is apt to go off on there army any I nets and silk mousselines painted with York dude with a big cane, was admin4
are different kinds of fright I
SECRET SOCIETIES. And In the cloud upon and too sudden. Mrs. Kessler found her tangents that give rise to suspicions of have served flowers in all their natural tints, arranged istered by a clerk who attached to tho
RS drink. in India, in Egypt and in
I do
not think
that she does
In her room an hour later border near one selvage and cave the legend: "This is busy day"It
- her red Western as a my
Kind: Criends.m eyes Africa, but the worst 'funk' I
.D I often 'tis true drink that her brain is
," say : from only a trifle
::::::: How crying. strewn in small sprays over the whole was not received with the best grace
8 young :you look, how hale was over in was when there was no enemy
Jot and in the
.. dint Order of Odd Follow "And to warped making or preserving surface carnations orchids. or but effectual on subsequentvisits.
) JAdtpe strong think how loved that within I -roses, proved very
... girl of miles of me.
- But this I know she and I would not dare to swear that she Violets white In black The who fools with drum-
Meets they did not 3a wailed. "Why mother on pure grounds. man a
every must was a Captain at the time and was
\I I When I was sure that I was unz, bo utterly unprincipled!" may not get up some morning and murder nets the now suggestion is cream white mer bad better trouble the business end
'lay nIght at Od stationed at Port Royal, Jamaica. We .
r every member of the family. :She: is
'. Bellows' Hall'Transient And so I'm growing old In truth. "Don'tbo hasty, littlo Castor. Pollux had just got a lot of recruits our embroidery representing real point-lace of a wap a full many a business man
such if
Slea a joker, and it occurred to her O
My sense less keen, my step! !less free may only be hands wrought on a scalloped edge for the foot knowl salesman recently told us his
: thoughtless. the rawest, recruits
brothers Perhaps she'ssavable
cordially invited But that it would be to the whole greenest you
Uittend. I retain my real youth funny put of the skirt, in a narrow insertion for experience in a neighboring State. He

. ._ & C. HI-LL, Noble\ Grand. I am not old, and will not be. yet"Julo's family to death Parthonia would bo the ever saw. I was drilling them in rUle trimming on the' other edge and In know the proprietor slightly, having

|.J. PtaLfs, Sec'y. P. O. Box 41 'Tls! not In time ty make me old, mother eyes flashed. "Well, her ono to do itParthenia practice trouble at long range and had great small sprigs in the spaces boh'een called on him once or twice in the previous
ought to qo, I'm make them obey ord&rs with
' Tho' years wear any way. go- is a black lady. She is the Ecru t all him all
1T. may my franc away: nets for dresses aro wrought and finding alone
ing there to-morrow and precision. In fact, one could never bo years
I'll blackest I
May make the vital currents cold ; soo her lady over saw. Unliko most
with and white blossoms after moments conversation
over or
: pink
IlnproTed Order flf Red Men. And turn the raven locks to gray. mother, or faint trying. And she shall. black ladies, she does not care to be sure whether they would firo when you cale
- else the large-meshed silky net has his attention to a neat little
t Osco TrilV" No. I, FloridaCOun.lls But In know what I think of that sort of a cirl, called colored out of a mere mistakensense wanted them to present, or present when artcle
long as hope me Is strong, too. merely thickly-wrought mitred edges at his line that he was introducing.
kindled jpach Wednesday's Sleep At And faith looks with Oh, mamma how could she frolic of politeness."Call you wanted them to fire.
up undimmed eyes; and the foot, all in ecru tones. The proprietor turned on his heel at
their Wigwag, Marke, l'ia.Transient And long as love and zeal press on sing, with her poor littlo mother me a nigger," says Parthonia. "I had been sending them through a The wool bareges worn a generation almost tho first word, without
To reach the mark and take the slaving at a machine practice one afternoon, and they were so looking
prizo; through the long "That's what I and I don't
brothers are cordially IBlited am, see whyI '
article and said
for dresses at the
ago are summer curtly : "Xo ,
days? I'd terribly that I into vile hu revied
ittcn'd.TT. Yea, no idea they wero as should object to being called it stupid got a
to long as from the heights serene any both in plain and brocaded with I don't wan't any part of it. I never get
The stream of lifo flows and poor as that. Let's do sornothing.mamma. more than would object to being mor. The day was fearfully warm and
pure you
strong, small blossoms with until I have for it" The
as barege thing a
W. TCMBLIX gray any
Sachem. The leaf: of lIfo shall still be green, Let's get up a boating; party, called white folks." tho sun beat down so fiercely that my cal
R white flowers black with loaves salesman waited -
few making
W.)[. Mli'cnAM: C. of ILDIRLCTOKY. And mine shall be a gladsome song. an informal one and invito them all; And then she will go out into tho horse, a wicked brute, got into an almost green : a !,
and with New of
until the
ecru roses. veilings I no icply proprietor was at
,U ''i i iMMa,p p pMia- M aged eagles molt their plumes, and see if Miss Nell can keep her tired kitchen and shake with laughter for ten ungovernable temper. I sat on my thinnest wool have large separate blossoms leisure again, then heading for the doors
- CHURCH And bathe In clouds their now-fledged little mother hidden then." minutes over her own wittiness. horse at the right of the squad and was
embroidered amid the of out his hand and him
rows put bidding goodbye -
wings, "There, there, Julo, cool down a little! Parthenia can cook clear around Del- giving them volley practice at long
drawn-work that border invited him
to Boston
K. So my young soul Its strength resumes one selvage, aa come up t
You look When patience was entirely
spUd Church. Andto its native Heaven springs. quite fiery. But tho idea monico and still have room to spare- my red veiling wrought with largo black and he would extend such courtesy as

, J really isn't a bad one, and I think I'll that is, when she wants to. She is eco gone the men seemed to gain a little pansies and black veilings with pansiesin ho not to be accustomed to.
law Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. PrayejBpeting And so shall all who wait on God call with sense, and began to fire with rapidity appeared
tomorroas I nomical to and it is the
you ought to a degree, wonder -
ae"l Forevermore their youth renew all their natural tints. Ecru and gray proprietor felt the justice of the remark -
every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ; havo done long of the house what she eats;, for moat and accuracy. Things were running a I
10, Mount up on wings to Ills abode, ago. batistes havo bands of violet and velvet -! and apoligized in his own fashion.

-.J M. M. WOJIBOLT, Pastor. And life's eternal path pursue.N. So it happened that the next afternoon comes back to tho table just as it wont smoothly as clock-work, and I was soon ribbon applied a borders, with single In a certain town a business man who

rr.. Sunday; School meets every Sunday Y. Observer. Nell Wayne, airily twanging hor off, and sweets are as! safe in her keep- soothed into cheerfulness despite the long-stemmed volct embroiered. is rather biggish i for the sizo of the

EN1j banjo in the littlo ing as if they were locked in safe heat Not so my horse. Ho was never
Burning 10 o'clock. parlor, was surprisedto up a over the fabric, whie creamy place. If a salesman calls he must send

\.u4..,, Jos.! THOMAS, Supt. JULE'S H03IE MISSION. BOO Mrs. Kessler coming up the walk deposit vault. The washerwoman who more vicious. batistes have gold-thread borders of in his card: to the office and humbly seek
"We are getting along well this .
so by
Foo4'I. I with J ule. comes on Tuesdays complains bitterlythat bands and most exquisitely an audience.On .

eyb.eo.. \, 1 Presbyterian Church. "Mamma: in? Why, ye-cs. I'll call she has trouble in getting; onough time that it was 'Ready! Present! Fire!' wrought Thin summer cashmeres in one occasion a salesman 'sent in

[1.LQRI' .' Services every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Bringing:: a Thoughtless, Selfish Girl her," and in another minute the bent to oat out of Parthenia, and this has no and the volley would ring out like a single turquois, mushroom, pale gray and his cud by the boy, and word came back

-. ind 9 P.O. R. B. MA TTICF., Pastor..8aaday'iSchool to Her Senses. little body. whom Julo had met at tho connection with the woman of the report"Once bright red shades have small black lace that proprietor wanted -nothing.

IITSiTII. gate, hurried In, a half-frightonod lookon house who is generosity personified.The I cried out 'Ready! and tho flowers inserted all over the breadths, I The salesman told the boy ?ultenndask : !

pavLfr '. every Sunday at 1( "Well, Julo, she's the yitost thing I her face, and needles and pins of assorted latter has put up with a groat deal work" was as pretty' as that of veterans. with rows of lace insertions at one edge I for the card, as they cost the firm

: la.-- ;, ., H. C. HULL, Supt. sizes! on the front of her from Parthenia, parUy beoauso she believed 'Present! and every rifle went up to
; ; :. : ever saw! rusty for the foot of the skirt, tho yoke and money. The boy soon returned saying
.1) shoulders in form. At tho
jt. 'Su.3j&p"* Method lilt Chnrch.'Services "Isn't she, thougl!*' Julo exclaimedIn black gown. she had a good heart and partly perfect 'very sleeve trimming. I the proprietor had torti up tho card and
r instant 1 about to 'Fire!
: "You littlo starved creaturel"Julo because she was a willing worker and was say my
answer, her dark head nodding eu poor A novelty in summer cloths and cam- sent five cents to pay for the samo. 'Thesalesman
? every; Sabbath at 10:30 a.m. was commenting inwardly. "To would sit up till midnight over the iron- fretting horso bolel cutting directly
r logies. "She's as <_uick as a flash, so cl's-hair fpr making Spanish jackets quickly took out two more
d73Q; Prayer meeting everj breezy and bright; and sings and plays think of my eating iced oranges ,that ing of a very large and (extravagant across the range. was not twenty feet and for sleeves and borders of silk cards and writing on the back of one:

.I h't.all... Tgciday and Thursday at 7:30. Just bc-a-u-tifully! your poor pricked fingers had earned!" family. I\tit some of her littlo Jokes it from the squad. My eye caught tho gowns is plain cloth thickly studded i "My firm does Q square business and

fitoJ: s. F. SHASDS Pastor. But Mrs. Kessler in'her was hard work to stand. glittering rifles leveled right at me, andinstncU.ely
"ntICo ,
The last word was smothered to a was talking; with steel or with jets in small faceted never takes advantage of anyone. They

SunSy School own sweet, sensible and gradually For instance, sometimes it would I closed my eyes and duck studs. Black colors cost three for five cents then
>, every Sunday at 9 a.m. whisper, for the subject of Julo's Qn- way not gray, or beige aro only sent
- ';: "f -J. ClIARLES KicirAKD, Supt. thusiasms returned, bearing JVdainty chasing some of the tired lines from the suit her fancy to make bread or desserts. my head If you know what British the grounds for these cloths, and theyare I them in to the proprietor. Give the

'.% .j'. tray of fruit and cake. She was a worn little dress-maker's face. PrettyNell's When asked why J>he had not done so, you can imagine ray feel- made tpen combination with ben- :'salesman a fair show with generous

?\-"\:: "chfUtlan Church. charming littlo creaturo Indeed, with roses were uncomfortably red, and nine times out of ten her failure ifigs, my terrible fear, for, as I said before -' galines and India silks, with trimmingsof ; treatment, and our word for it you will

l".j' dancing blue and blondo curls when she heard the invitation for thofollowing followed a distinct order with company I was never before in such a 'funk. silk cords and spiked ends of the have no just cause Theyare
C1 Acts xL 26;Acts xxvi., 28; I Peteriv. 10. oyes saucy I knew that if I opened wouth thoso ; t regret it
afternoon and redder reasons why she should not neglect my
;' nodding airily over her graceful head. same metal as that in tho studs. This an indispensable adjunct to our ciilization. \*
Serricss'each Lord's day at 3 p.m. when the mother with little of them, she ", laugh and sho recruits would riddle my body with rifle
-- And it needed but this evidence of her a gasp 'ouI say unique combination is prettily ilustra .-New England Grocer.
E .*.:': > G. P. Yot'so, Pastor. thoughtfulness to astonishment, !said' : "Oh! how I should didn't feel lRf -or hadn't time. If balls, for they were expecting the word ted in a gown of black India strewn
014LII completely sik
8nad School' each Lord's'day capture it! I her mistress ever went into the kitchen 'Fire!' and probably would have taken
E -'t y at 3F. her girl-callers; for as Blanche said. enjoy used to love tho water whonI with long pink and green leaves worn HER FIRST CALLER.

p .".._ P. BARKY, Supt. afterward: "If there's thing that was! a girl, but I haven't even seen it to help her out by making cake or pudding any sound for that. My desire to cry with a Spanish jacket, cuffs, and skirt
any '
How the Grim Welcomed
-- out 'As the rifles oil Beeper bya
for she for the next you were get
= wins heart now months. don't ecem to have always sufErrd, border of gray cloth thickly studded
on a scorching August Down-East
.... time that this ordered it my body was so groat that I had to Spinster.
tho time. If only I could go to-morrow, was would not I with steel. The silk waist a
it's represents
and Some
day, Icy-cold fluffyspongecake. Amelia
oranges Simpson, a
OFFICIAL clinch teeth to from out. years ago
-- DIRECTORY. but- come. The family would reach tho ice I my keep crying
blouso in front, but is closely fitted in
"."" So they chattered away, I maiden lady of mature moved
"But what?" Mt Kessler smiled. cream stage of dinner and thero wouldbe Of course the whole thing took only I. years
% a tho back, and has a turned-over collar
as birds and laughing little bird- : into a New England village to take -
.<..f "- cake to with it. few seconds, but it was minutes I I possession
"There is Mrs. Miller's dress to finish no go many
and full sleeves. Over this is
.; City OClcern.' ripples over the droll songs: Nell sangto jacket, of a small property-that had
and it will take minute until dark "Why, Partlifcnla," her mistress would longer than that to me.
me'I'e every or sleeveless bodice of the now
tho tune of her silver-mounted banjo. gray been left her deceased uncle.
: by
"',.11a1Or-J. Q.! Adams. "When horse had carried
to-morrow. exclaim, "why did you not make cake, my plunging
cloth studded with steel, fitted in the
el ofDIe., t':jlldennen l -W. W. Sapp, U. I). :Miner Julo told tho family about her new ; Then it was Jule's turn to vent some as I told you? You know we always me from before tho motionless rifles, I back by black cord lacing down the mid it Miss Simpson that was a city spinster and -
at tho tea-table that happened while' moving into
7.Is. ,"ike E. Paco- J. O. Alvarcs, .J. M. acquaintance of her long-pent: indignation, and sho want cake with ice-cream and I told managed to wheel him. As ho came dle, and supplied with large eyelets in home she made decisive ler
night now some remarks -
.. -, did it with a sweet unconsciousness feat you specially this morning to make it." around I cried 'Fire!! and every one of
front through which similar cords with
"She is a cuto little trick" Sam said about the village, which
these stolid tho command remark
C1erk-Walwr Wills. I would have convulsed her fun-loving 1 s'posed you always wanted to make men obeyed steel lace it across tho full bloiise
"I her down town tags! reached the ears of the
.- TreMorer; W. Morgan. smiling. see pretty brot her it" was all the satisfaction given, and with absolute (decision. That assured front of silk. Deep cuffs of the studded It before the dllgerj .
and she looks and was
often days boycotting,
) so rosy bright; "Oh, dear :Mrs. Wayne, I'm sure then the diabolical creature went to the mo all the morn that had I opened my
Marshal Wm. Tison. my cloth on the silk sleeves are laced
gray ) but the of that existed
that It's real treat to look spirit ,
a just at
.. mouth while their I metho
' Assessor T. W. that excuse won't hold a minute. kitchen and was found there ten min crossing rango to the elbow with hanging
up and unanimous
- her. spiked so were
E Nell is so quick at any thing; she can utes later, her head buried in a sheet I should have been 1 led man for they ends of steel The silk skirt eight I cited the feelns ex
"Well for brother newcomer a
,my part, Hugh rush it through for you, I know." and her long, slim body !shaking with were not drilled sufficiently to dIstin- loose kilt its front against
pleats forming
soul in the called her.
County Officer said, bluntly, "I always feel sort 0'skittish I' village upon
last instant
ell Mrs. looked at her silent laughter.At guish a different order at tho
Wayne daughterin and with three back
sides, straight
County Jndge-W. F. Malphui.Qerk about these butterfly girls, who and followed one's words witha The lady herself was unconscious that 'iiS
dazdd of last her mistress lost all patience yet
a sort way, and thero was breadths gathered at tho top, and the she had and made several advances
such lot of time the
Circuit spend a precious on
1'1x.. of C-ourt-W. T. Weeks. dead silence until Nell herself said and made some vigorous remarks which blind fidelity. stAdded\ cloth is used as wide borderat ofended of

Id Sheriff-D. L: Alvarez. street" Parthenia overheard. The nursed "I have often thought," added tho officer a diecton forming an
with a queer snap in her voice: "Why, later tho foot of the front and up each sideas but

If.ea Tat JLssessor-J. E. Wainright. "Oh, you big, young sifter-of-men- yes; there'll bo no trouble about tho her feelings in silence for a long time. with a strange smile on his lips, a panel.-Ilarper's Bazar. acquaintance met with cool neighbors,

T Collector:-M. M. Hale. and-things, don't moralize over pretty dress. :Mamma can go, of course. We'll I She took an evening paper and read it "that those recruits fancied I had cut was non-recognition every
- Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. :Nell Wayne now. She's all right not to all enjoy it immensely." assiduously at night until she fell sleop, across them to test their drill, for they MEALS FOR SUNDAY.Hints Then she withdrew herself from -
cither. She's lit
speak slangily, just a the burning full streak all the time. showed no surprise, not the faintest any
County 'urve7or-V.1 1. Edwards,C.E. Tho dress actually was finished some- gas i communication with the
tle sunbeam, that's what she is, and I for Women who Do Not Care to people, boughtall
of emotion when I wheeled
On her afternoon off, as soon as the din sign suddenly -
County Commissioners A. how, and the Wayne family made
up supplies from neighboring town
around this habitation a ,
hope she'll shine Spend the Sabbath In tho Kitchen.
and cried 'Fire! But
Knight K. .\. Todd W. L. Pin part of the happy party of the next ner dishes were washed, sho would i you may wel
.frequently. They're not very rich, I. I Hero is a hint in regard to Sundaymeals. and lived alone with a female servant
believe that this not the AndI
mount to her room and to sleep. By was case.
Ono had but look go
afternoon. to at tho
o1atci'V.; : :Smith. for of At the end of that
fancy. and I'm glad I can make It pleas- may help some women to get a score year
that I afterward inriflo I
face and figure of the tired littlo woman these presents you may know her. pledge you ,njcvver I
time she taken ill. A doctorwas
t ant for her. She's as sweet and dainty Still she nursed her resentment in did I get caught in so dangerous more time to rest on Sunday and at the was very
i in black to know that she for practc.e
ai can be, but they live in that tiny same time have a tasty dinner. summoned from a distance by her
State; Oflircrn."Governor it silence was almost time to breakup and helpless a situation. -N. Y.
< cottage down Elm street-just she and certainly was "enjoying immensely, tntiit On Saturday morning buy a piece of faithful attendant and he soon know-
a'. -F. P. Fleming, Jackson her daughter had predicted. She for summer. Then ono day. when Tribune. _ _
.. as that all remedies were useless, and it
her mother and younger sister, for she late neck beef. With a sharp knife cut out
'Dle:; : it was so that a decent girl could
: seemed to freshen, as a thirsty blossom }
has no father." STORIES OF ANIMALS.A the lean part, leaving fat, grisUo and only remained for him to tell poor Miss
,I'Sect etary of State-.Tohn L. CrawfordCmrfordvllle. might have done, in tho cool, sweet air; got with the greatest difficulty, she sud- Simpson that her earthly pilgrimage
bone. Put lean in wooden
"Well, hero, sis, suppose you cut thebiography and the frolicsome breezes and the denly told her mistress that she was going pieces a
Gander's Love and and was nearly over. This he did in his own
short and tho rolls. I'm 1t''otOI a bowl and chop very fine, season with
: pass to leave tho next day.
of the brought such color very
AttornryGen'ralf..amar Mon' plunge He doctor of the old school
In )lllle'" Implacable Hatred. gutter sIze of a hen's egg and pepper way. was a
more interested supper just now, When asked for a reason: "You don'tlke
&1ee11 and life and sparkle to her face that
If Some tho only white regi. salt and sage. Press into thin cakes and he approached the subject cour-
than I am In pretty girls. your sun- Jule could hardly believe her tho same me. she said. Her mistress tried I years ago

Treasurer-F. J. Tons, )f:1'cl'nney.tni8slonI' beam isn't good gold, *...'ll trust tho creature of the day before. to assure her that she fairly doted on lent on a Louisiana plantation was an set away in a cool place. Put fat gristle teously. "

cf Agriculture-L. B. mother-bird and the owl hero to find it care-worn her, but was no old gentleman who was very fond of ani- and bones into a kettle, cover with "Madam, he said in a grave deliberate -
Wombwe 11. Jule, meantime, was doing, as she i go. cold and voice. "I have done all that I possibly -
tho stove cook
and and mals. He had dogs, cats and a pet water set on
rescue "You
out you your youngaffections afterward affirmed, "more missionarywork don't love me; you only like
Comptroller-General D. Barnef. from any unfortunate attach- what get out of mo." motherless pig. During his life ther a slowly till tho bones wi slip otlt He- can do in your case to insure returnof
the inch" than sho had you
ASjIltant-Genfiral-Da\'id; Long Cedar ment" square goose and all her brood were destrojvd move the bones, with salt and health, but without avalL It only
"I like well to want
ever gotten in, in all her years of service you enough you
that death
remains for to inform
K 1L But the sunbeam really seemed toprovo president of tho Young Ladies' to stay," said tho other. by "varmints," as! the darkies say, with pepper and set away. "me you

... Superintendent and to moro as tho exception of one wee bird. Sunday morning lay tho beef cakes ina has called.
: of Public Instruction "good gold" grow Mission Society. 'Yes, she replied, "just because you .
One after a The old gentleman was for tho very hot spider without any fat and Poor Miss Simpson raised herself on
Russ night sorry
<:l, Jacksonville. charming daily. she said months afterward don't want the trouble of hunting up an-
"Mamma, I cook hot fire. Make coffee her pillow with a smile of satisfaction.
visit from her during which motherless gosling, and fed over a
sparkling other girl. i himsol an "
t:: "that's one solid comfort about "Show him she said, with shfn-
: it and off cut a generous quantity of bread 2m up
she had seemed more winsome and lovable And so this with tho great big watching keeping creatures '
heathen. You
--..:.....L.B. RHODES than ever, Mrs. Kessler was movedto working with home flaws, went jewe and lef.t a house In while it ato its butter-milk and breakfast is ready. After breakfast, ing eyes, "I have lived in this nnhos-
'em. You way
viva- know just when you've gQt bread from a which ho had peel potatoes and any other vegetable pitablo place for twenty years, and he is
< ask of Jule: "Is her mother as Nell it much mourning. If you want her you can have pan prepared
were right about ; was as that relished and leave in water till ,the first caller I ever !
for it. So, as might have been expected are ha!
cious as her far I concerned and I
so as am
lack of principle hope ,
lack of thought as ,
twelve And she sank a peaceful
Attorney at Law Jule opened her mouth and closed It happy with her. tho gosling became very much attached o'clock. I wih
and she's such :a sweet solid, helpful you wi b
now Put 'tho meat and broth and I look on her composed
again. For a minute the power of could the moral of this story? I to him, and followed him everywhere vegetables I features-Detroi
that I'm sure no one ever
speech seemed to have deserted her. girl.her of tho kittenish role don't know that it has one. It is a fair -oven miles Into the plantation in a kettle, and stir up a dumpling Free, Press.________
STARKE FLA. doing ,
surprisefor accuse when he was riding over it looking after made of a quart of flour, a small half A Many-Sided Man.
Mrs. Kessler waited in some iced fruits In a cool parlor example of what tho slave of a housewife -

tho answer, which came slowly or while of eating her tired little mother snipped has to put up with on the girl ques- the crops. I grew to be I fine gander, teacup of lard, two teaspoons of baking- First Newspaper Man-Say. Jobson,

when it did come. "Why, mother, I've dresses ajl day in a stuffy back tion. Some day, when I get smart and at time would sit at the din- powder and water enough to make a soft what relation did you sustain to that
Commercial Hotel never seen Mrs. Wayne, even. And tho room.-Maud: Rittenhouso, in Interior. enough and have D little leisure on my ing-room door and watch, occasionally dough. Lay the dumplings over the journal you had out West?

occurred to poking its head in, but never offering to meat and cook iorty-llvn minutes. This :Second Man I its
worst of it is that it never hands, I am going to invent an automa- Newspaper was

me before that I hadn't. Nell always. DIAMOND. ton girl and make my everlasting for- stir from tho spot until the meal was with tea and coffee, bread butter, pick publisher."Ah. .

\ Opposite} Depot) STAUKE, FL1. makes the time so full of sparkle that THE KAFFIR'S tune.-N. Y. Herald. over. Then it would goble gooso fashion les and pie will mako a dinner goo you hired some one to editit

; I hadn't missed the greater light-as of An African Story Which Beads Fairly as much as to say: "It is high time enough for any one, and need not ?"

I course the mother must be," with a Well In America. True Economy.: I had something to eat" more than ono hour to cook and s'rvl, "N-no, I was its editor also."

FirshClassccomlIlodations\ I smile at the littlo'woman who was certainly "There's tho most beautiful diamond "Mr. Faber," said the old millionaire. One night in summer when the doors thus leaving tho housewife more time "Any thing else?"

: "the greater light" in the Kessler I'havo ever seen during an experience "Yes, sir," answered his private sec were left open the gander came to its for Sabbath rest and thought Don't "Ye es,-I printed it too." ,

$2.00 PER DAY. household. of thirty years with the sparklinggems tary. master's room and made such a noise he try to get 'supper on Sunday. If necessary "Well you did have a siege. of It, Pub

: Tho next afternoon, at Nell's, Julo ," said a veteran diamond mer- "Here are fifty begging letters. An. could not sleep. He drove it away several have a lunch of bread and milk or Usher, Editor and Printer. Any thing

Monthly Special Boarders.rat,'s made to Weekly or took occasion to ask: "Where's your chant to a Philadelphia man, as ho held swer them all with a refusal""Yes times. But it came back each time, crackers or crackers or cake just at dark else?
thoroughly rye seemed bathed in fire. sir." and at last nibbled at the bed clothes. Save strength and hcaltL by being
tenovatcd' and run in first-class order. mamma, dear? Do you know up a stone that "Well, old man, I don't generallymake

never met her?" "That stone has atragichistory"continned "And you will observe that every one The gentleman then got up, thinking careful not to overwork at any time.- the fact public, but in this case-

J. KLEINSCHMIDT Proprietor. Nell laughed carelessly: "Oh! mam- the jeweler. "It comes from the has a two-cent stamp enclosed for a re- surely the creature did mean to tell him Ella E. Hedge, in Farm and Fireside.He you seem so interested I don't mind

ma's about the house some place. I'll Do Beers mines in South Africa, and ply." something was wrong. So he followed Wa Sorry He Spoke. saying that I also consttut the bulkof

.. call her discovered by a Kaffir employed by "Yes, sir." it into the back yard and found that his its circulation. Mag
:F.? J.: FIEl.D presently. was Mr. Jason (with an air of triumph) Drn's
But she didn't and Jule supposed she the His practiced eye saw "Wel. answer them all on postal fence had been pulled down by some azine.
company. These funny men hold the mirror up to ______
had forgotten it. At the gate, in the that the gem was a marvelous one for -The Jury. wicked people and a herd of cattle was nature very One can hard- Could Not Tell a Lie.

IntI M'm' W 11ST4RKE rk d PI'tlmr she a little of color-and a desire to steal it Out. devouring his corn. successfuly.
': semi-dusk ran against beauty The Sfcre think had ly pick up a paper without finding some was the little girl's first visit to a
faded-looking person who was hurrying overcame him. He did steal it, and to "She is homely. Now who would a goose so joke about a man bring bullied by his dairy I farm

around the side-way with a pitcher of conceal the diamond-for the Kaffirs 'Positively." much sense? wife. But there is very little said about "Uncle Zeb," she asked '"which one
FLA. she stam- naked in tho diamond On this same place was a
.. "I work almost genteman's
milk. beg your pardon, "Siiy. the other side of the question.Mrs. of all cows gives the most milk?"
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41 mered; and the little body replied also, mines-he cut a hole in his flesh under doubt. negro who was so one of the Jason-No; that i too commonto Uncle your Zeb was a truthful man. He

.- with stress on the your: "I beg your the arm. But the wound did not hoal, "Then how can she be so successful mules that the gentleman discharged be funny.-Terre Haute Express.A laid one hand on "Old Crumplehorn," 4
had disap- of the overseer '' him from his service. Several years
pardon, and In a moment and the observant eye with the men? the

PEEK & FRAZEE peared in the kitchen doorway. detected what was the matter. A few "I guess i is because she knows sc passed, and one day the negro had occa- Macon (Ga.) salesman while traveling carelessly said placed the other on pump,

"Well, I wonder who on earth that days afterward ho charged the Kaffir little that the boys are never afraid of sion to return. He went through tho on a southern road was greatly and : .

Aftornes! at fJaw and Notaries was!" Julo soliloquized, and then forgot with having stolen a diamond, but tho offending her by what they say."-Mun- barn-yard where this mule was. The surprised when a woman occupying an "This one, child.ChicagoTribune.Couldn't I

all about it, until, at tea-time a man denied it. sey's Weekly. mule had not forgotten his old injuries, adjoining seat whispered in his car that Stand a Loan.

STAKKE, IMAUFORI) CO., FLA. speech of sturdy Hugh's sent a sudden "When tho foreman reached for his and as soon as he recognized; his persecutor I. his personal beauty had captured her Gazzam.-I never saw a man lose his
dash and Extraordinary. he made for him chased him
stab of conviction- her heart She sore arm the thief made a ran Customer Look here sir an susceptible heart She was a woman of strength as rapidly as Dolly did the
Abstracts of Title of the kraal like a you 'round and 'round the was im
and Real Estate of Nell's bright toward tho outskirts I forty-five and by no means beautiful.He .
one other
was sold
this You day.
Law a specialty.Abstracts interrupted his deer. Tho foreman followed him, but when you me parrot possible to escape over the high fence, took another seat but she followed
when that?
sallies, Hugh lnt bird and : was
furnished said he was an extraordinary \laddox-low I
showing Kaffir outstripped him. or through thb large heavy gate, so
every fashion: "I'll the fleet-footed him and continued to pour into his ear
Deed honest him to lend
Mortgag Lien uncompromisingly yet I that he can't evensay "Pretty Gazzam- a me ten
Sale, Judg fnd and the of
that severe punishment rapid persistent was pursuit
ment tell I don't like that pretty Ho knew a her tale of passion until every person in when he declared
Attachment why straightway
and all matters ol I you Poll, or "Polly wants a cracker I'
if captured, and centered the animal; and if assistance had not t
Because awaited him the it
car was laughing.
imbue record and file affecting Title of littlo kitten friend of yours. Bird Dealer-Yes, sir; and that is the Finally trans- was unable to stand alone.WestShore. t.
Real than the all his efforts on escaping with come in time it is likely the negro; would that the
Estate pired and
Bradford she hasn't conscience I woman was crazy wag L
Florida more ,
county, any very reason that I called him an extra- ,1
*p to date of Ab1ract.fE.iDQt'AflTElS. soulless creatures wo liken her to. I the stono, the value of which would 'I have been killed.So then on her way to an asylum.A .." ;t

couldn't forgive even a butterfly that have made him rich for life. Bnt the ordinary birLight.Convenatonal you see, animals can both love and Interested In Science. I.

its mother foreman was equal to the emergency, Item. hate.-Detroit Free Irese pretty incident accompanied the Miss l1UeOh. mother Prof. Science N
) a grub. i
FOR can you and shot the Kaffir through the back Grandma-Keep quiet Tommy; children shower of rice at a recent wedding. As i ture to-night Can't I go? !*
jl.e IIlS1U.n.nCe.1eprf' "Why?" Hugh Kessler, just ft3 ne was gaining tho bush. His should be silent when older people i! -A Kansas City woman failed in meet the departing couple were showered Mother-Dear met! What's got. into
"Jnst what I sister mine. She body was dragged back into the kraal, are talking. ing the last payment on her bed, and a with 'rice, a flock of city sparrows you?

say, and this was -Then not get a chance to swooped down and covered tho Miss Millie Why, he's to lecture on
; ''. ting the Liverpool and Londoi frisks about townin her charming simple his arm was cut open gem Tommy Il constable lifted her sick, emaciated pave- -

: (,jlobt', the Providence and'S' b- and smiles, while taken from the incision Jewelari1' talk for a good while yet, for old people ;' body upon a cot, and carried away the ment, and before they flow away not a "Sun-Spots," and I'm.just wild to get a

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BRADFORD COUNTY A'great deal is being said about 'Jlie Uoad Lu' exc enipt for the: number of days paid for, THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.A.B.CAMPBELL 3oinbiLe

I TELEGRAPH.f the new road law and we deem it AN ACT To providt; for the placing and j tiiii V-i lii&'t and (inC-I hunt cent I* per day. INVESTMENT

i .- .- -- high time that 'it i is keeping i in condi'ifii of u the public ioid* j ami cost 111.13also be ;paid by a defaulter HOME

-N.HI.b4IEI T ) % LYAT- fully explained and I I brid res and the laying suit mid con- at any I lime I Ircm commencement of suit.1

k B "VKKB.IIKAUFDKD I'OUXT.V. FLORIDA. to the people, K ii that every man can si 1 met I nr of I lie same, and I IK: raising I 1 to t tof the day of (trial, and upon such piyi lOMi

I.C.1VF.DI.. judge for himself upon its merits. revenue I for that I !)uI iiiOI. i i. meiHe said defaulter shJi be exempt. B UILDING AND PSSOO1TION

Editor and Publisher.MRM'RIITfO ) Consequently in another column we It enacteil by the 'ixjrislaluro of. the t>ix'. 12. TIme coumuty commissioners ori *
: FLLrry \
___ S of Flori'di each aunt in i lids JACKSONVILLE, ., AND
:L_ -:-- :- reproduce the law iu full so that late : i| every con nly sale; may,

t .- -------=:=, every man, woman and child in the sioner's district )in c.ich and every coiinty htvy imig taxes. levy a special lax of tottha'n : Ies i I ca the larK t stock In the south AtlautkP1NOSND OWN A HOME -

J'st#rei _4c.ndiJi7 t" Aft nf Cv.ffrrr* in entire county can become fully postIt'd of this stale i is hereby m ide a road district I one half uiill, nor more tha" I two suites of

Jm( :kirrL.e. l I upon) this' very important matter.I and UK: jcoutfty commissione-rs of mills on I'll the real and personal; property,
OJIirr. lJ.t ,j1iIkM JThI1T. I$( And as this subject, i* very apt to bej f.'scb enuiilv shall, ns soon as practicable in their pectivc counlies subject lo taxation ORGANS The terms of llii Assoeiolion have never been cijualFi'iI in Ilorit a.

j misconstrued by those who 1 after the passage of I this aet. and an which shall; be assessed and collect- It offers terms that should enable! every man to instead of paying rent: to

If llir Iia't a1ity of the law is t ken i i 4' an !s-0 veiy bitterly opposed people to it, each t hen-after year on, appoint the) first a Monday supe'ihiteneleiil in July of of eel revenue as other thus taxes derived aio collected shall; be, paid and over the: \'io llns. Banjos. Hulttrs Atvi-'leons. Autlioharps. LnMlUml, have same MUM pay for the same jiropi-rty in :r. few % cir: *. \

ndvautnpfc; of l by a pulilic official to the following comments are made road bs and i bridges for and in each of said lo the county treasurer, which shall; be aI I trimininys. String anil*.inythiogand Slut-t JIu c.everything niall in.-truraeot mu-iodl I offers the Hest terms toSTOP

line hispocfcrta wish county funds, for consideration, : districts'; Provided, however. That incorporated I separate: : fund nnd shall be set apart; as a at lowest norther prices. A MORTGAGE.

'- the law should not liciblamc l but Section 1 needs. 11,1 special com : cities 1 and I towns sludl I not l he eiiibiaeed road fund, lo be uscrt for the maintaining,, 1) I A T C Haines Brothers. AVeber,

d vt1ier llio ofhitti:1. in j ucli road district, but m.iy milking, working, altering, reparing, fixing I 111.i i.1. Knibtf. 51oni-s. Address the above name l Association .
: miles lhat it be'afnended
fl1t tit I might fonn independent mail districts under the and constructing the public ru.ids and i C' Farrand. Votcy nncl BLOCK JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
so a- to make the countv commissioners contiol nt I the nuiuuici pal authorities of bridges of I Ihe respective counties and I Chicago Cottage. o ,

The city of Chicago, the world's% I the road commissioners, such cities isnil lo.wns.HliC I shall be Used for no other purpose what for ?
:t st'eiaIiy rccoincirnd the ITaines Bros. Pianos -
fair, and the KtAlc of Illinois aru in n L and l thus save mileage to and from 2 Said MiperinlendenU shall constitute : eve r. and Furra-I and Votey Organs 63 fumi.-hinz If. WAL.KER, Gen. Agf., Stnrkr. Fli.

continunl; wmnglc over the Htc ofthi r their l e l oird. whoso duty it -lull berirbt. -- S$KC. 13. All bills and accounts: lo be the best value of tiny instrument mmU in ti e _

l it' fair with meetings. '1 hey.shall; I iiu-e/t, at I the courthouse paid out of the road! fund shall beauhiedby I wo rld. Tho K. and N. ()j-gauseanbettikeIt') -

of svoi a no probnlulitit'6 Section 2 "They! shall meet asoftcn'tfj of u heir respective counties on I ihe I lie ftoaid of road supfriniendeiils and pieces and 10-jeorold put together hoc and live are minutes ia every f.ynnyintellitfpnt other Notice. Foinda Trunk, Line.LORIUA I

compromise. inay be necessary, to enable first .Monday! in August next succeeding upproved i Iiy> the chairman of bo.ird; 1 re pi-ct recognized a-< the best oivan in the U. S.K.VSY Allperson* indebted to ft* estate of John D .

'them to ket the pub'i' roads their appointment) I In July -.i.d oiganize: and 1 attested y I heir clerk and delivered I TERMS: $10 monthly on pianrg and! Loonier are hereby notified to com.-forward and
Murray Hall .at Pablobeach p $3: on organ- till paid. Just think it: Anyone fcCttie thf game, amid all Arsons liavuifnJaims CKISTIIALloinirrl I
was by electing from their number a cliainnnnanrl ; by clerk to the clerk! of t1 c board of
i and bridges in thorough repair in I can ow au iustrumert on such teniK. Uttlt- against thesaiil estate are iexi"iri-cl to present ,
f) totally detitroyt'd by last Fri their counties." The leniency dso a ch rk. county l commissioners, who shall! presentsaid note than ordinary rent. Send for free eatatils'h lh, dulv authen-u-atfil. wittiia the time re- PEUSUL IL U.

day night. This mapnjticcnt hotel I respective Seth titI. l'Iuey shall meet ns often a* bills or accounts to I the board of lor'us. Stnt what instrument you want anrf you i1ui red by law. or this nonce wilt be plca-l in bar
: of this section does not mean til!y be t'l'Cessiry to enable them to- keep I county commissioners at lhir first meet- will promptly pet full information that will astonish of this notioe will be plead in bar of the:r rt cov- ,I ) llio J. li. A; N.Co.
: was built in 1H8G at A st of -Sl7o- you. "I have some big bargain- 1). L. MVAREZ.I.'xofflclo 'iIursI
c< cry. >tn rime LWtl.-Jlay 15,
3 that the commissioners shall meet t. tin public ronds and bridges in Ihoiough i ii.g. and t they shall I I at once issue their: St'erjj' etii 1890.

( GOt Jt never has paid expenses thirty days perhaps repair] in lhir respective counties I wanant on I the county I Measurer i lor all!' J utie ci'. : Administrator. a -;_ LTIII:11.- -: 1)IV'N5 hi :
until this summer. It was severely every ; every: SFC. :{. Tln.t within .iuie month from such h bills I and accounts\o be paid; out of Second Hand Pianos and Organs. 4 5'J j> 1i> 05 a I Af t-riiasdina Ar S'Sip Is ii.)

; damaged hy a rvcloue about 'niiic-y days or every six months Ih e h'rt invctiiur and( 01 gtnti.iu; : iifl of t the thereiad; fund.SKC. To whom it may Concern() : 7' Op 11JT- ft I.v Jat-oriTiifi: > Ar 1-1 p 625 a
a i'en4 in ; : J.vH
yearago would be sufficient certain one cent a postal carJ and write for fi.0pli.0a Callubfln Ar 140 fiC5
and( is now fwrncd without at sea oo.inl of roid siipciintcndents; they shall : 14 The jiay: of the roach superintendent I- valuable information.A. All person-: are hereby warned rot to trust toy J Jwife. 4* p 1 1 So |> Lv E.I Ulwm Ar 11:ft p .">!;
any ?...onsiiranee. Ii.u. The monthlv meeting i is a f\ii flu I tie I lie public ro-uls: .iiid bridges ofiheir shall I he I two per day ami Maiy Hopkins tut my as fruui this iOl 1 1I !uip .V i mAr Stanke LvIt4a 3r8a
A tiling) of expense to h I!. CA3IPI5IJLL. I day on rn.dt bs of hers will l-e paid by me > 11.TSJOS. .:i flawihorue J.viii'it
9C t-U)) of the commissioners themselves rc'spci! .t live I distiicls I I and asrerlain the i j let cents per mile for the nearest anilmost u ,
A. HOPKINS. | 1-1 Ar litra Iv 10
its owners MIJCC ihe day of its coiception number of miles of public roads I in each I practicable! route t'lom their > iia 200
and an respective | J uty2ih.tI >. 41 i> Ar flvrr Strings I-v i> 40aJ
I t tfrj the unnecessary The expenseto of ;iheir le-spef-tive I districts, the number of r places of lesidi-nce to the county site THE TRfll/ELERS/ HOTEL -- 11Notice. fla l8juAr Ilcata >v U1a US a

county. reason that the bridges and dimension of c-.idi and the and retuin ; Provided. That the per diem ; J tt I' Ar Jjuiuusi-tia Iy TIHJaI.v ( Op

law-makers: did ii"t confine the road: I condition of the and the of each slrdl I exce-ed dollars for 43.111 ClrfpAr.35a J. pburj 744ft S fp
In our an nou dementiclumn this same; report mine not tixly ; Corner Bay and Cedar Street 11. rtK-OXS iXDKISTED; TO THE CS- I\ h.SIi.r Titvarrs Lv 715a 83)p
commissioners to certain Mated I I meeting I siucect cling I their orgtniZ'ition any one year% in allendiiig t the meetings of A tate oC Thomas Sims, late of Bradford !9> i uil: a ! A r Orlando LT 545 a 5 i c.O)pr

M-eek will I IK; found Air. K. P. meetings ve', because in wash .outs: I Ihe boaiii of road: superintendents.tsic. JACKSONVILLE, FLOICIDA..r County. titstl' of Florida deceased will! eon.e |- | 7 I TAMKY 1)1 V'N. S i
: ,
Ward'H name for tax collector. 4. The lioard, of road 15. Each road forward and in iLe immediate payment! --- ------ --
Mr. rc. stipciiutcn- : superintendent
: 7 l O XI
heavy storms or cyclones the woik I persons hotchug elaluis against >ZLII estate will t p 1 1 -.S n I.v Jacks-iiiYiUe Ar J40p i.H5a
Ward is one of Uradfot-d( county's lenis fliall I lu'vcrtki-' by post ini notices thai I be paid t ihr.-e* dollars per day and no A :; W BRICK HOTEL having ill the comforts present them (iiilv authenticated, within t.-e 4 4il, OZ.aLFtrruzt'dina( Ar if>

floHH citizens life-Ion could be cau ned on without he-ing 1 in at t least; i three public p'ae'es' ir.i c-ach: election mileage, I lor visiting, inspecting and reviewing of the time re ]ii'ied I tuv law. or notice will lie[ leai. : I; :N) Ii hI a I.vll.ilian Ar 140p O.V.a
a democrat hindered law more expcnsi.-e hou-'es. Convenief t in bar of their rt e ver.v. N. 31. BLANTOX. I I ia p I- ::.t KiMwln ArliKi"> 515 a
by a positively proh'b- il isi rid and) also} by publishing Mich i u lIe public and bridges of
to all Depots and Lamii i a :1 tu i. VVjMi1'adiCitv
and a hard worker for his 'gs. Especially adaptetl Hampton. Fla..Jayis.1to.AdiiiuuItr.utor. ; Lv 82( a 11 10 p
partJIc } iti ng meetings nwre than twice in a notice 1 in somy nevvspripci in their county, their respective district.Provided; Thai; to TRAXS1EXT BUSIXESS. Elegantly fiirnis-! I u; i iI s ,t 713p.\r; lv 055 a Il'-Mjj:

.. u a member of the county exec: It would be if any theic be. for at least four weeks the per diem (tor visiting, inspecting and ed Notice to Nwi-iTsident IMenuint. I IPIt $ )' I'l.ttil Utr I.v .1.5a SiOn
year. impossible to rooms, single or en suite. Tables food as the 7:0a !> ..0iAraT. Lv SCOa
utive committee next proceeding the time fixed them shall not exceed sixi .Tbn'pa Up
uud I dollars
has more than: by I } be t. This hotel was built.fur' ished and operated ; >
the intention of thisgood i. 4I ArTarpi.iupringsLv743ii
out 8
once made sacrifice for fully carry for Jelling I out contracts to) keep I in good per annum for :iiiy one superintendent, in as a & 00 a -lay house. K-itesare now reduced

of great thegood law if its executors were clip repair: the public roads: and bridges I in I all cases: fo be paia; out of the road liinil.I I to SO 00 a day while the service is better than IX ClhCUVT C-OfUT FOUHTII Jt1)IC'I.tLSi') iiTiIeati! 7ar.itl l Iljri$ d'JIy.t'lty.tJiuiis solid. i.S.trains 3 auuil between 4 has l1tIUOin.
democracy and ha ever. CU'.CUIT Or FI.OK1I'A. iN AN1 FOR
never limitations. The lawmakers their respective districts for hiIs for the Stc. 10. That heieafter all roads j ; d
pled by : new UKAl'FOKU! COfNTY. :i s frt pii''? i ais I etweeu Jarlicoilln
I been rewarded for his service. lluJiris presumed the road commissionerwould making, working, rep-wing, fixing and laid out and: established shall tie run oc., This AXD is the ONLY ONLY ALL YEAR HOTEL, CHASCEHT. !jjIX and' Tail j>a U>A 31 daily cxe-t-pt sunday.I .

never asked anything from 1'party. constructing i of any and I all I I public I t roads t (I or us near as practicable to section lines S2.0 A DAY HOTEL IX Meinhnrd Samuel | [ 1:1 1 f ('EAR1'I-Y I*. I It *
use his best judgment and be JACKSONVILLE. To Henry Me-inbard, J-tiaf ,
lie is now brought out for and bridges I in their respective; districts. ttnd I the subdivisions theieof.tKC. .Veinhaid and Klias A. Wc-il. merchant and j ll 5a Jc-kcnvitie j\r 14*'

i tax collector his friends governed by his sense of right and Sice. 5. The werkinir. making, altering l : I 7. Thrf width of all public roads omnibus All citizens meets of all Florida rraiif.are Secure at home there. The partners doing business undtr the fii m-nanieo' j i00."ial.v }rtifiidina Ar 2t.Itr'Oal.v \ |>
by and I if rooms by mail Callih.iii
i repairing; lixing and of shall, be !less t Bros. & ('o.: | ArlJOp
wrong. cOhI1 mc'u n the t not l hail Ihnlv k-et. and the or telegraph. 1iPlV Bnkiwin ,
R fleeted will make and You are hereby required t>fort* the first Mond.iv Ar12251
a efficient Section 5 gives the road supervisor public: mads an.l: bridges sh.ill be let out I contiac I -tois: ot (he roads shall I have thiiulhority :ii BURTON K. BARRS, in September A. D 1'J >. to answer plead or 2 T3 p I.vt V.a'iloi.i'ntstiIe Ar1ia

1i officer. on contract to I Ihe lowest boiri lide bidder, to appropriate; any wood I <>r I'ropi-ietor. demur t- the bill in equity filed aeairistv'utl in : 13 p Ar ( Lv 9."p
power to inspect the roads and! bridges 740 *>Ar by district", for I Hie pc ind of outyeir; stO tie most conveiiuiit and adjicent thereto the Circuit liwirt. Bradford County. I loi tila. by _
in his district. Now, any road said contract sh.ill I contain the Theodore Edwards and Milton II. Kd" ards. TCos. 1 isu nit 11 'U &:iyS..liil! traiii-t heiU'e.Mi
&oIf&QMI1.C f ; specificntions biiiiiling -palling of the 1 bet eby 'iesIzritte the Uradford Comity TELEr.iupH. .T.rl ill .' \V.-H .
o Uradford >son< nut > Waldo and ( -\s.NiuIN .
lo county district in the county can be riddenov.r as to the location: class nature and n.ecsfiary I same; Provided That no vv.itilon or un- iJtL a newspaper} published in said county, as ,. ,.. .\.\ I % ANl> j.\i7KbuNVlLLl7irn'( K.
not propose to put a single candidate I. work to lie rfoimed ; the i which this notice -h ut IS he pub- -
in a day, and one clay in p in said: elisliict I iH-e-es-ary: trespass; shall be committed new.-.aper| l t o 6 -
in the every his hesl: and that said nti liaH be puMished | I j I_ : it F3t
field, but they do propose month would be sufficient during iha year fur which the contract; islet. upon I ihe prtvtitc prooerty of ony citizen. ,
except in four consft-iitive weeks in Mid paper poor to i Y : 415 n Juel'i-nvilIe Ar !siia 2g
to attend the democratic convention I. the of Koun when and i ihe'contr.ictor shall; give a go id 1 1t 4Jtc IS. 'I hut il shall be the duly of the first .Monday! in Sept-mi-er A. U IM'O. Oi Jer-1 1110p l sa i> Ar h. n.-i-dina i.v : J5u lOom-i
case a or complaint I- I and snllie-icnt bond I in he : :; :: : cd chambers., ::5th. 1 15 0. 7<
ihini at
and noniii ate democrats ( 'j'e :amount t the load superintendents to have ami ke'-p July 0i p_ _Ar K.unawiVb Lv s tk) a
is made, and as the commissioner of such bid when accenled, with two or I the public mads po&teu by electing i mileand ; ; Signed ) Jons F.V nir. I T rz.iris Nit 5. B lOiinil ill d-iitv fi'i.l tri'ins

lhat arc eithoi, alliance men or men i is allowed $3 for each day, more s-ureties to faithfully woik. nrike, sign! posts ot)t good)( and durable mater I : J*e'omprs(D. RHODFS.Sorr. Judge (.1 3d Judicial ofUm-ida.Circuit ,i ,lliunswiik.3,((-h dirt-t-tii.n. l.'i'iite bftween rVrnMidinnancI

friendly to the alliance. If a man isilebanvd ,uh lcr. rei'idr fix and all!I is via 1--te-r.: Mi* i.iflg ears Uruin..
construct and
the expense could not possibly be any .Chilli I I cause to have placed thereon,' | \vi.-k a* d to.

from ihe alliance by his over 815 for each month's service public) roads; and) budges(! I in I the disi rich of either in letters or figures, the number ot U. I : -r"-i-Th--nhi 4

whit li I the contractor agreeil to t-ikc.: miles, and Ihe all j2
profession or residence that upon posts necessary
does sign ; iO
for the entiie board of"live p a I. .lril-s.fli! .' r 7 'v p 3 4ii nir
not debar him from members. I. SEC. ((5.; It shall be the duly of the Sill ci I ICCI lulls. They shall I have I the public I 5 33p 815a1.v iohiui 700p 2I.'p
being a good erintendent of e.icli 4 45 a 1 13 i .'r 'ii in
road: district to personally I loads giiideel as be I by: -mu; Iv C0l 7a i

alliance-democratic candidate, a man In section 7, thy time for each examine1 from lime lo time all the ditching!i and cross way may tug wet necessary and boggy y *IL- -. I ?S &e)'a a 2 in':{ ti.r, 1l Q'uic-v,:l esie I I.v V ia j p, i :Oa

of the people, with the people and: I publicmads. and budges of I il-eir reipec'ive '- places; ( and bv ami all! 10 a 4ii.: Ar r.Tt j 34.p
I person to work the road is cut down doing any ( : such U| *- JZ ? } p > >tu ? ( titnl It >0a 2aa
\ ,
for the people. Such a man is whatthe distiicls. and upon complaint I be-in ir woik.-is in I heir judgim-nt the public interest i\\3ftml\-i 75 i Jti(> l"pAr 1 0i. e'.ma I.v na:
from six days or six dollais before L. ; '_> -.0 a .\r I:. a.- -
alliance as made by any one of any hi idge, public may eiem GASKINS I v K 4t>..1Iv :
want and demand and i ilBf& 7M'a.rbTOaAi I 1 S ih am.' soiij
to three clays or one dollar. road or section of any public road, topioceiel t Ste. ll 1 >. Thai all laws tid "
A Buch; a man is Dr. J. L. Gaskins i parts o : DEAI.Ki IN LW+j tm*r+w t l| *Mi M*aurUM VMiicoinrrr I.v i p
a The saving to each person subject to at once to inspect and examine hws in conflict wilh I I ihe provisions of /.. ni H ,- Iv 12 10 a
;. favored candidate; the people. the same, and( future of the I I 6;,2 ft /\ r l iffinr.ut i Lv 7 r.i oi
I i
road duty is live dollars in clean upon contractor this at-I be and the same ate lid C1)V re Drus & MeciicinGLStsirliC 7 ":. p
.. .. ._. . ,. _. a Ar M. 1 ouis lv 7 "t \t
upon due notice! from I the 4. i -t '- y, "
cash in a year, if he does not choose superintendent pealed.ifi.c. Fla1hysiciaus' Ya... (:4 I I 11 a'it Ar_t1.ieitgr.! J v_ .r.tij Ptr.I
When to proceed! at once II nil haveany 20. That this ..
the minutes act r-11j. ;
of public officers r- to work for 33 go !'rflt l.u eiily.; ;cs I rhuti '_
withhold cents per day. l bridge public load or section of any ellt-e-t upon its pas>aju and approval I by Prescript) ions; j WATCHMAKER ; Iia v. i'uuiliiti! \ titimtc k. .ihug c-u-rfl Jac L44fl. I
are from
) publication h Section 12 makes it the duty of, public rad of his ilKtnrt u properly fixed 1 the jroveiiMi'. \il f toC.'iiti-inci'.tiar.d r.'i--w Ui Ior. I amt tc i

; there must be t-ornething wrong. Itis ][ the county commissioners to levy a and repaired the superintendent shill I Approved) June 7. 1.S.-0.1 : ( 'retll.i C"iHjuniti'If>? nt fiH hour* iJ'ii <>i -ANt-- eo"a'-lt tol'i' i ci
the duty of every member of the special tax of not less than onehalfor have the nece'.ssaiy woik l and repairs clone*, -- rifi'itTHE I !9> l'usUUAytRP.tVKI; : ( }', 2 :iu'

road 1 commissioners I -it ihe expense of the ( contractor: and shall: The First 7.>np 7.l: it I.v r.iL'n* villc: Ar trOiTlfl a
the school board Symptoms of Death. YE.L'R
more than two mills all F: 8 iSp .SISaLvl'J5'ipll K-iMvrin Ar 7Cnp 3 :35
on )- I ,
property report can.e' lo the next meeting ot the BHftDFOHD COUNTY? BfeBK ,
.ind county commissioners to insist Tire>d fi-eliiiir. dull lit-iuli'hie.; p.iius iu io i:1 95tI.v l- :? titjLv 3ip33iisrfr *
for a road and bridge tax, thus j I board) ( of sa]11cr!uut(*!nlcuuI. we-eii they various pirts 'H'lhti I b.idv. si'ikim i *; at tI ,' STAI1KE. FLA. (5.1 a Ar 4i5a

: on that their minutes aia properly h bringing, in thousands of dollars'j j 1 shall e-onmii'i.ce suit I on I he I bond of .s.i'ul pit nl I tic, sti i tiuccli: loss id'.ippclitt*, level-::.i | SL'ARK11:, FLORIDA. I pPeirl attention j.iveii to rc-paiilnp Wathe'I I j jcl.s | ,1; 4.1 Mo a i 121.ti [P,Or Ar V.t'pcn M.-s'a (ta a

published after each irmeet iig.: Thei'Ki.KOUArn w.rlh of properly that before has sl ef.mltiug; contractor:: : if by llu-m doemedSKC l-!tuitss. i1tlmiulCs or sores art- all positive: )__ and Jcwplrv. &c.. &('. All I ij Oil ,. ft :0 tu j Ar Atl.nt.t Z I 15 0 p
has volunteered lll 4-SItV j CV iUCui''e of poisonc! 1 bo! d. \ii uiatK-r Dons a OiMiera'! Datikiiiir: I i I b oni ut l easoiistile pru-rf fur cn.s.i < j un.iiO _ pjn
to !,
all Mich) minutes free of paid no road tax. Land owners, rail- 7 That ad! ivalc persons over i Ihe, I''how. it became poisoned it Mf.vr be pmi- 1'xeh 1iIO bought and: sol! on all prineipil s -* slaily..'.iek onvilip m has atdton1 I"uI1naucuiutgeats MacLa;

J charge L roads, mill men and millionaires who age: twenty-one !'aid under foily-tive j n'years 't-d to .ivnid death.; Dr. Acker's 1 II- cities of the Uniiu'l States: s nd W.II.IIIVKKS I M et'uu ''I! ;- i th and wes-t. ;

i: if they arc funrshcd. \Ve have often heretofore had used our puhIN roa&I who are or hive been residents o(ii i! !j ;tflish'h 1U->oct Klixir lias M-VIH: : tailed to 1 I 'rickeii-iltc-e, !:i> \\". I sy Mreet. t-orrwrllS
Ik a .
? rope. Bipot' loot gone further and rent for and and never paid a dollar to keep them I 1 any% I county in this st.ite; for thirlv d!.iy'." I C iti'lye seiofiil"iis or sviu lij title poisons. Collections ,-DEALER 1N- A. O. MacDonnelf.sonville. !
unJor Attended fr
a&cd for for and who are legal not from nid\i 1 positive gii.uaniee: I Iv. bv Promptly Tovouis 0. E. Maxwell. .
a publication.Tho y exempt U o. l' & 'l.A.
copy in !
.1. repair are now taking hand i in ] 1 \ II. ".
a i work) shall be subject! to w .ik. m-ike! ai.d{ j liivhns. ; Slb-oes., "I n. .Ir.naper.M. .
: want to know what
people their
it :and are now paying nearly all of rep di i he; public roids: and bridges under : RCSINItSS SOIUIJID. .4-. S. Penningtont

&crvaists nrc doing and how their this load tax. 1 1 he average citizenof the din-ciion of I Ih-j siipi.-nnten: lent or !j U'oikmen cniMiied in IL'uiiUlZ d-.wn an .1. M. SEIDLE! Piet.N. ha s, V/altcr G-Tiatlie CofernanGenTruffleAgenL Jianasrer.
is being \Ve do 1 j old dwelling bolide in New York 1 hisi: i
expended. con'iiaclor of each of *
money ]iidford: less the toad districts! of j
county pays tax on week loiind! ia basket'H. : HACKKTT -
( old CnsV.e"ar
not wish to intimate that there is' than if so' at'the : t Ihis state for not mo-e th in: three days! i j au champagne; : Clothiiig
61,000 highest tin t skull I and several .
; | of the bones of -amidGents' -
each Ltin
I in
the discretion aj
oi p
F- anything but do insist, '
wd '
wrong 'human
: limit-two mills-he will but ( skeleton. Theic wai eVItICI ice
pay i road howI I
supermtpndciils Piovider'
that if the minutes of thee meetings : i Unit a Miigeon's knife had been at work. Furnishing; Goods. '
$2 road
a year lax, while always before ( VtV. Thai upon the payment: ( lo I Ihe c-on-j' j
are suppressed or abridged the po- he has t tractor of tliiily-lhree and, one-lhiid ,j on the bones. Part of a New York Comicrand L'r9
I paid $6, 'T six davs' hard (33}i:) I
pie will *suspect tlat I they are not cents pel d.iv for i Ihe number of d.ijsicquiicd I Enquirii! of I lie dale* of February I cr.ioc.lci Liver Jt DRY I
work. Even if hi.s la'urs GGGDSjUidtiGNS
properly is taxed I 2 2. 1KJ7 in which the skull hail lit- jff., : l-i.rj;>, etc. .Ml .ir-r li.uli- ii
being fairly dealt \uth.A i te) work. any persons subject to ; en > :*)% t'cnaof 1.! .- Ori' T-J! M.hc-ue. pet on ,
: at $3,000() he will be just ix well off.It road duty( as pto\idcd! in i this section shall 1 'j! wrapped, also found i in the basket. i ,] "Z.J l"
is the I big and be i indicating I Us Cliii t'm'S had been u un- 'Dz-3;; a-.l sOd: on i.s 'I.n
I pioperty owners > exempt for the period) eif one year.; [ Having; just recc-ivcit a l.irir* sto'-k

teachers' institute will begin nt 1 1I land companies that are lighting this Hi c. S. It t-h.ill; be the duty of the bo.irdof I distui bed hit luore t than 53 years. II; --1::; --; j ;!:;_' _e u- -a-i rr..t1: ) fl'C() 1r,.flJ) (,fl I'!: I llit* pbove* pexi'Ia. wo nit prc'p.ire-il ti> slip : rE: .

.; Lake IJntlor on August 25th to continue 1 law because they had: to help the ro.-icl siiDerinteiidenls to asccilain the I :- a1i-i.I4 t i!. er.:; at.i t.cwCd | plv your wants. (Jive IK a call itml in-
Dr. t:1
names of all vhuu, Acker'sEngllsh Pills. )C : : ci. t'O teiid e: roods before *
ale to S our htivsn c-I.-u.vlicic.
person Mibj.-ct PCt
twenty days. The .services nfre poor man keep the public loads inrepair. road A r net jV >, HV'-tivo nnd For sickdiMiidered s-- ri : -u rcd, er ;u I. '-iiu.1 Name1 an H&.L&
dnty. as piovidcd' i it ii section t seven I pure. ij 'i v: .----
:; -rc i..1 ? -
*n arcumplifched) teacher have The otof Ji euudclio. I iz. iS3. A: JOIN Kit
IHTII: ) poor man is henciittedby I this -ie i t. and to I luini.-h I Ih contractor, I) : sioiiiii-li: loss of a--.

obtained, nnd board and lodging a i this lvw: ; it is a poor imtfs law, each and i-very district with I L I the names ofof ;t hiluetit. bad complexion and billiousres"j. !:1 11:423: : SI'.h1E1FL.'t.. S -

rheap, : nd evoty teacher: who expects and it does not become him i to offer ail pe-rson s subject to ri-ad duty in each; either in they have never been .iuall; dt I !
Aiuei iM ,
j ( or t1i ci sil. S'.Id I bv ; TJC None-Such Mrnw b rr>'.--.\ New a
employment .shoulJ attend the objections to i it. if.the law is notproperly i.he-ir ri'speeiliiv dis'.ricN. "eucli mine: i U*. H. lUvnus.Pmf. I Uft5icr4.7 3 curc."t1 .*.- ;iu/.;t I j Varlrl) and lio\v Ohtaiiied.I ;i;
of llinse Mihji'Cl In duly n: c.ic'i disi CSTV 'ca-.t-I-i; I SIA
; -
I 4 institute. A teacher has it in 1 his administered, do nest bIir lie i diet I shall I lie considered! doll -b----- ticK H>.\D\CKK, Lo s OF ArrsTin, ct'I I i About eight years airo .Mr.I I5raininlMilchfll a.' _
one ir
to influence ho as FVcspy has: IK-CII elected by the :"t m S.-CM .CH, I.i 'V iJri. law-maker family at
I in the
power career after but the ofliciallio I c-jsh in leltina; out thai u tonls and hi big Cs board i.f Tr'isle-es. .'.itTI., j-C. -t- ': i.
pre-sid.-'tit! ot the Louis
life of his pupils) more than is executes the law. If (this \\A\\-; Js repeah'd i in each and every dis'iict.MiC u i-uni Fein-ile at r.'ei.iiie,1; (if 7.e' floftthi Ihis connly. luringie.r with them aCiilinlily ;
9. ll shall be Ihe of College Slirevepmi. salary; : is, 'i can.s ; S I rtci.Vf'ut a pac':1, t : oi plants; tool shrubs :arr.onirwhidiwas _
each and *
generally and ; duty """
supposed, the rich
IICCS es man will cease: I t per a un u in. About 300' studeniVi c-rL v : U.VI! :i *fpc-ck-s of sl riwlt-iiv Iii .*
and failures, morally :tud economically help pay the road tax and the poor i least ve-iy five contractor ilaus'11011cc.or his a igcit to give al l usually allend I his college.Ve cIfllgl rntulale I h..t hi c't It v't'u-ks lih ..charir.. I want 4 name "f uhi'Ii lie wis: nol nubto --F_
either in t Li.- ,
sou or r.o t uat"r, aut CemLialv
of the mature man can often man: will have to go back: to WOIKIing | l by wrineii' ptiunh11iit1 .. lo each and pel the I ti i ustees upon their wise action 310 ; i-I. if Zlii3 :- :; out. Tlii |libi i.t S'jcine'il tiom Use first to t tuu'ihi
be. traced back directly to the I inlliiencc l lr the roads at the rate of six dollars pMsoii fiitji-ct to I load; dill > ;is provided every and 1 also Profespy upon hisy.iod! lu ck. -, C. 1'.SiIfOotS CO. Propr's, I Ii 1h ai.d! in M-a--on rrcdiue-d: s ic-h ) [TIN E i

$ of the teacher of his youth.It l a vear.Ii. i in fce> lion sc-vcn in I Ihis act, whose naint's) I V -LC- -- -- a huge ijirnilily i of i xce-ilc-iit lrrie's i lhat

J i have ln-c'ii fuinished loin the bn.ird 'f'fto Our very Best People t thc-v prove-d tn K a great tn-at: to thefamily
is by 7-.tLiLi
therefore be e
to hoped that m the section 14 the law allows the S
j and nt'iirlibnrs l
Confirm Ii !
; supirinti-iideiiis or liv u the vtii (.ritiT<..iiifittto t oiirt-iatemeiit wh 'n wesay u t that :; .r scvi r.i; M-asons. .
teachers lose no opportunity for improving road superintendents) i I to draw h00() i d his ilisirct, pliinly iiinking known I I Iir. AcKer'tj English Ueiutdy is in cvrv i iw.iy 1 Mr:t I l.i'vi Jonlis Iiaviiir jI iueturt-cl a few:

) ; themselves, and the school: a year for per diem. This liberaHiy each;& pci son the IO.KI or bridge the placeami i superior to any and nil
board spare no pains to secure good is not t to be taken advantage of lime to meet and begin woik and thelength ; for Ito Throat and Ltiu-. In t the first 5CIOUI so great \ii-hl that; -
ii unless I of I lime desired Whooping Coiifib and Croup, it i is manic: : HY VIRTUE OF AX OKDIMI MADE BVTIIE l lie \\us ihiticudeil to save all I I the plants for
I tvachcrs. i occasion demands; but if your to work The work siud iei! (>v -s sit o)11C44.Ve otl'er you ;isample llonoralilcVm.. F. Maljilnn-f); JndKc of the 1 lie next sc-Jison. and Mitcccile-cl in
shall I I be dene sI rid Iv ;according!i to the iiottle) free. Henieinber t this County C Court in and for the County of'g ?
commissioners icmed.v ( 4W
meet too often or directions of I the con tract; or.U1. is i o'd under : State of Florida, exercising pn ilia to | 1 1hZ uont| onc'-e-ight of :an u-re\ I l-i! >m
Will there be a circuit court in travel too much, they tbvuM be tic. '. Any persjou subject Jo r"U'ij positive. II. jjuar.mtee.W UIVI5IW.or : I I Ua'c'l' isuitlsNA L. iV'J, appointing( me tlier.ndcrsiKned nbk'U lljv ccigbbo.f| uet luijp'fly, !OvsUlcsj > :
I f i 9 commissioner t'% sell the foliow- "
IVadford county this fall ? is a asked to 1'es1tfl. lint "elon't blame duty as provided I In I this! act, who fails !| _. I ing real pst.itebcloiKrii'K to the estate ofVm.. J.M. S ulliiff: about; $3.> woilJi to Mr. Hlanton.: gtM&r. mI'liT -
very | refuses to I ----- -- : (firmer late of 15ilUi-k | i t lie rail iuiul: agent at I I iimui: 1)10)11. Mr. Johns, -
i the I ic-spond lo the docense
} iH'rious law-maker I if ihe : iiimmons of I liei' County. Georpi i. -
; question now) being -ked bv man: i is lining ) Oa of 1. slill I'tlracti-d the -' ''anseiCorsor. P.i*. .. *epiendideumhinl *'rei..t
the! situated
i contrucior (xvhethcr j features of military drill I in In said Cou ty of I'r.idford. uud by gn-at; pmfit miflon- .
veibal'.y or I in m f.rpwrlt >ii wl'li 'tt !$ t
; l hi given sr uar.3f.cctlnfl lor the Cttr
k our people. It is knouii !* pockets with the cornu"i'uiiiK, i M I the desi-ri hod as follows: Thewuithw-est quarter of di-rflll .. .
generally 'IiIi1l2)) or lo woik l at leisl cilit I.iii:.i- ; t lliis- ian army I if Ihe ti.i.iinig of the u puil'.lfiive.111'sxif I Hitbc'ilj' ri'fils-fil a fi : Mrtn.f n i nary, 9P4u'Tu1817 t itnilJf ?u1
eetioii tueutv four township fi 'hf soutd. ofiMiist
that His Honor .Indgo. Haker i is in j per d.ivucording; lo all;% : ; oidcrs I: soldi, is lo \\iin in battalions! at thesiriie: twenty-two engt (S'\ 14 S '.'4 T 8 S l U 2i! E) t lo se'll the ;plants, for whie-h! In had miny; .- -

I poor health and nt times unable County: ('()IiRII L.PiIiI land; d'irec'.ioii.s of the contractor shill.l" liti.e tisiim I Iheir vveu-ons. At t tin- rccciM! I i c iiit.uiiirjr: cue hundred and Mvtjaeres more Jr: application 1 : *, and tngetlii-r. witli his soiiit l ; -
to beiti ani.u.d .niliiaiy: in mV l -s<. Now bj- virtue of saiii order I will.sell I in-law; .Mr Thmnas I Dya!. set out i.e-arK
V.Iti perform the duties, Mould. ; nut A tig1.. 1M U.) All nil upon u letinned niider n-ith by I tin 4 maiiceuvcis
devolving Ifl( ''di n public Aiu.-tio'i in front of the oil rt house door l al! the !
upon I 'ol the line exhibition plants; obtainable: This thi-fr of
r car (
j contractor the piolkien- i
riniciidenl. the
slips v in Town ff Starkeln the si I e'ou( ty of ISrad-
him as circuit judgeThere was no' l pu ll'M'h''. Miniite-sof last inc-clin I i adopted.w I shall: prosiciite before a jtisjiceof I !(:v Wi'-i-'ve"' ili lll''> dir.-dion. A large i i ij ford on tl.o first 3Ionday in S.'iirt-iiil, A. 1)[ ] i l List; sc-asitii) I Iii':1 iu-itirirt I I than s.itisfjt.t; ;

4'ourt In I tliix! fiiut.ty last hnring ii -. I M: i Johns declined ;appointment I .is road: ] any: f'llu 1 r ollie-e r h'iini i : jui and j I j j ,f .ice of inf.intiy swim across .1 lake in i iof Isll). ii heins; the 'fs-t diyofsiid nionthundaregular I wilh Ilie-ir ailciili.lii.ns nml siiipmetit.s.obLiininr : ; j>rajsn:

iuglo the failure of the ju lt-e to MipctinU'iide-nl. Public) road urn.'iteil fiom i ''-v such oJllcer lined one doll.u and all !j' j h full 1'i.iichiiig order! with the help j belonging: sale to day the est-iteof the' afores said lid l.nuls.S-iid Hie I higlic-sl pi jets aid not 1'eci ii tri fiT'ErvDihi--.Pt-5.; ((.iuifl.itl4.5WetCi1.Itltt i1-brnuuanm hhu'ur.atin'.3i1, 5irifliItOUi :

:ar r'nut wa adjourned for t rtOi Hampton to Ihe i Wynu place. Tax c-fi.sls, and upon lailnie; lo pay; said: I line,' | j fascines m:uic of i iveds m ruslu-s or I inlliled ; real enmte sold for i1L.tribu.tIun among the leva) :i i sin-zlt ejtiart on :ic-n'int of iinperf oil:! l Jim- i-' & !ra4 "iI hit,. vciid R-'l Oii.tii)4 s.
: ; .s- I I skins At tin* heir- and! distributees and for the of tin* bc-rik-s eir otherwise, whiehas
and and c-osi shall; be confined itu I lie ; sn-ep same; I lime I I hiikupt -. payment in ieat:
days then ilismKsed. The expense sr inslrucled In furnish, couipirnlli-r with' county 'ire i expe: S.-; of the administration of slid estate. contrast and cxe-eption lo I heir _
jj iii. Mibjeci lo be let out by the up a lively i ill I the of a s>'i|I- iii-i-rhiHir.s.! .
the lenirth eif G. If. tfc c-ounty 1 ft-rins cash, urehns'r pay luj; or titles. ; _
to county was: considerable. r. road I in I this enmity' j Icomniis.sioneis) at hard labor fur not less I p''se-.l enemy nhoweie disputing heir UOBKIIT KEITH. who \\rre shippiiisr Noonan's un proved. Mt -; :

It is necessary that each kuliji-ct to from Jan 1st. O'Ji:?' than five nor IIK/IC I Hiau I Uveniy );utagt.. Aug. P. 1890.) 1otnuuissl' r ,''il u. Johns ;anil .I1 r. Dyal h.-ive the oniy 1.i gi-4- S, .
,. Coun'y scrip issued 1W57 and 1 lt63. patchc's of lie kind 61
hold its t'erm p l at Hampton 't
-ou"ty re of "es"j j-i-c. 11. It nven.iv. -
court cried by T E Dekli rcliiM-d I! shail; be the duty of the ; June _
p.i\menl. -'j- That Terrible Notice of i Ii. an n ieementiih
Cough Incorporation.VOTICE ilie
4 lo give priMuiors; a trial at the Pauper allowance i just ice of t ihe peace eir anv other officer .
S proper $ 70 50 having j| Ji thin morniiiir, hurried or ihituhs'lilt IS HEUECY GIVEN THAT U\I>ER: shipping age-iils t at Haniplim. .Mcssis M. ., : iitIIu-i,.
time and (.'Ink l jurisdiction Chronicem34 -
to clear the cei. finance immediately I the r-riila.
court doc- statement, etc 750 upon i breathing I I N. UlatiliiL and \V ) ,
reiluin and allid.ivit I raising; phlegm I tisrbtno, s in an act of the leS'Slatmeof! Florida entitled : illian.s Uios lor all I r.-aurtuit 4.i-i.n.Ti-uer.
ket, which is most desirable to all .. Sei vices July ti-rm 4 t80iOO of all 01 the road'coiilnicior> j lIe clips', iiuicKoiicd ].:ilse, (dlii 1 toes s in An Act to provi-le t peneral law for th incorporation t Iheir 1 beiiic-s-i neil sire mnv pickinir t llr.s ? 1' .i powi-rfl L.n. .,.ut in eiieiS.nt eP

who ar* rIItI. calf 25o pets iu subject I lo road duty, :if i>ro-i the oveniiiR or sweats at nuht all!i of railroads a1 d cmials''and all acts week' ten e-rate-s fn '
If 'acre
voumt( the isnot or I 'au n a'xiiil one
court I. vided in ,
J 11 Moore : sec-lion in i I amendatory thereof the undersigned
seven this
act who
ronel conlractor: : : of the" thinzs liavt'I
not held 2.j any e ire tIti first s'airps of j S'V-inteil them-Hves toeth-r under the I \\ hue tl.t's; impiovcd have
guilty people Ilmui wtie duly .summoned and long
are EuperinteiidenU 43 43 failed or i ci us- j consumption. I I-ctor Acker's K-igliJij The Stark and Sampson Citv Railroad Cot ofn since futi Ito I. The plant tt in I lln* it'
punished and crime is not checked, County c )iiiiniissioiicrs 4j:I j ed to woik ace-ording lo I ihe rcu. oiiahc 1 | < 'o'iiri I ICcm *dy wir.l. cure I these fearful I !I ;.iiy. for the purpose of buildinjr. owning opt T- lvi red to will font p.-iteh *

and often( innocent people still .N \VniniiffIit.. tnx salec-eililie's 12 II[ 7o'JI orders or diicciions of' the said; C11t11iti; or, | symptoms and is sold under 4 positive fltin" and mainlining a railroad for public uso one) :and a h.ilf I I aveiap fe-et : out high and: __

Kverybodv I k'-ows the necessity 'er.of I C' .Richard.V ., i lo fdi ih with lo i lsi.tle( his said to any law; liiititlicer ,, ;guarantee; I by U". II. IttVKK.s.: ."> j i I in b'-tween Bradford said Cou.t3 city %of Florida Starke and S.snijisout| City, ishinjr u t-oneliMon :8ol KCTOSS.loaded ait \\ilh i in a fl'iiir!finit 4
holding circuit > lol. I"' :u1t.i ) o ariest ; pel son nr persons:) COMEH L. PEES..lAxrs 2 nml 0 bloom. ir.! ih u1] :er, b'lii.ilr.up tie e\ _i
court and : 1 thinks th-il -ni riplnly.
t useless ; I his
is soK-lniiH'd
; \ 11 Mahon Jij; j and I'i bung; him or them bef The South Floiiiln liai'roail' ( ''mop.1113-) S. BAILEY from ils IPutllt LJiu.H NVteiIII Hf pulgonvil end whuuee it1-i

to remaik further upon that Mihjevt. hrtn; Urns., stationery I 10) |9. ; pprarincvpri! i : ( sTud iIt fruit Jr u an lniiiui r; nht rn in.. i*, tt.tiTfl4t hTreI

The next < Q ;: ; j jurisdU-tioii4inil: i.u day certain from I lie I tl.eir board : St.irVe.Fla. August 4 JRX ) iuhglut lie kepi in MTecesstnl -
piesticm tljeii arises, U'ill! Adams various s.Tvicos 090 a ; to shi i O'V I mceliiijrof loflhe Aug'3m I lit ari iit: I Ihe e-ntire

I. there be a term of court for I this ) *l lieujff.. I H33CUiirdnig I I cause ;if Miy he or they may; have why di'Cdots. autli-iri/.ing an e-xttusion of ( ) ------------- ----- The Nonisi.c-h si raw"berry vtiir.
they failed or i iofu ed to woik o.- lepafr mad tr-un Pfinbeitoi: fern il* j Notice.Alli ------\hicli miami lei !
jul.I cJt-. present .
this .
t-ounty fall? i I 81 1 dO t his new Val Li lv has
J G Alviiu-2.I lent for Annui '.... j said; toad or bridge according to the re;tSI i I tel liii au-s. mini thit\ ct tardly through I Her- ; lately been-iiven-
S | rKonslndrb
: is
v the
This to I state of Uutmier.
Henry I. a erfecl suFitl
matter depend* entirely] upj j AI L ..McKim.ev. Iiridgi; lunriter fur 'finable! ouUrnr cliieciion m tif saul ri);lj naiidii and C'itrtu c-onnlie p-issn: j ;.1 t CTj j York are hereby notitied to come f rward and berry of procliicin-r :a tirm ,

on the circuit judge. If his health| | Lhkf I.ulk-r'l.r.inch; ISO 26 contiaclor. Xo e-atist; (,r excuse slu.i Ii (be, near Diuinelloti! into Marion; county, ( hen !; settle the same, ant !i'l' person* having claims than the I Mipe.ioi llivur.ith aci 0 l _

will pfrinit court will I be held EI.tGR.U'It, piin'mg 5 (jo( su'ct'Pl'd'le; excvpl slid ) 'is are pinvidcd I i in, iloithwcstw.-irdly I ihrough Mari-m. 1 Levy,I i ili them against the said s-sIaIear rrqtiir to present XoonauV. ai hi'! we believe it will I I are cuiiurlv Ixn'I by Iie wni.'rIUi 1OD -: -
| (authenticated within In be blu .
as the M .
time j a e'etnilus ( f. .
i section 'it liU and i required great Iribuie lo lh* 'r--r.rv. P. V Pr1.kJ1 $
usual but ; i.ct. or unless it shall I i : ; counties to a ('situ hive I : sir.iwir n..ot $
; if physic-ally unable : eu by law, or this notice will be p'ead! in I)- Imry inlen-sl of p.s.) P.c iTi) t -
to.flllvnd ; be shown to I the >ali fiction of wilh the Savannah. Florid of thur FJoiM \. .
i > : I the com! I j ; and tVvs tern! i recoicry. \V. T. WEEK,
will the county "nad state be1 Lucky Mrs. 'j I that the defend nit t wax not! legally Mini-, road a total . F. (JAUDIXKI:!:. LKVI: JOHN THOMAS
% 10 thu | Joseph llnst announces he has iii''iicd _: IY\i.. .M. N. Ui.ANn.x. U
: that
put *>amo expense as last J or I hILt or.lers o: t UR- CIIII IraQ tiur miles. II.UAMS iJuos.i : .
springVe j appointed as woman commissioner to I lhew-eie', nul i icaMinable.! Upon failure i ""*" AVill Gl\v I i LtMinii'g of the iniuv tlrat; llve q-iat-
proteft against thisnnnece.h3.ry .
1 world's
t; fair
I tr.umi Flojid.i lilksof !
lie ch'Mce I II t I
show i
a i I tMtisf.ittoiy cause he or they shall j What the Home Folks think. lieabnvi-k-L-'i.ed tic-i iv. wliicii .
cannot expense. If the judge J wcii.ian from a rej-ublican f.imilv di-volv- i be fined as provided iu I ten of this; When the proph a rinks, in the Ih I have seen tit lo name >...i.esiich. I have ..
attend his term of court nor nS upon I'1'' 8l''tl ri-puliKcan: cmnmis-I act : Provided. j; opinion of $20 IN h jmrehase-ei !iheenlire i ri-hl
send si.uiet-Mu. M. nothing in t ihiij.ct HIS OWN people, he is a pro- ; PRIZES and snuck ..f ;
a substitute our C. Fldl i.f G'i1iut-s% lie lie phd I indeed. You l plants and! \\ill I I I ik-Hvir -
people would< flue uppointec is Ihe jSlia'l so construed as to pre"ent I!: J IIItght. inquire I of ev1ja'el t them to pariie.s; L.ipviAr; ; CHOJ, ProprfetorSfL'p.imz.1 '
bo glad to be I wife of JIHI-H. I 15t.l Il I of, ; person who is er-v 'liu-ijist'" [' "' "* sTricklv who m-iy? want ilicm. in
notified; (
of the I fact Gainesville and i ;j Mibjccl to pciform UI Ash. Fur the liest artiiitq) written em intiik-s: fr..m : rrUQCIST. 4 it
is n woman: of hijrh Ii itel- ; duty from | l'k root i ai.el I'otassiuin) home and i .. on Family ((Jarulo uJOI' ) I.> o.'OU( plan's! E'-iticr"1! --SAVANNAH I G '
long enough beforehand to avoid the Jeclual und business employing) another person I of city : 'forthe KMKIDV' Ai'.KIfUI.TUJtl.ST.'if 5. at a mM I ieasiableY : : ; : :
ii !
ill I
ii uiiits. She H l 511 it.ubc: and piKss'tl'ly you might find ONE"was temncrlO. S5 IN P'CPMy in
PHIZES ] bjet-l
t this
of inidd> age ability to perform Mi.-h < ] given away EVE! Js n.o.e fur theof.
4 expense fulling Uc .jurors and !" ll> liri> em-ijiiiic.I oiiirinal: in her i load; only in his steadAnd | out or .istor od 1 or sails, Ncntia or ninnna: MON fH. For artii-ulai--i! 14j'il 1 for n copy 'weit.ire, ot I lie Mrawberrv I _

mtuieses. Taxation is too high ami 'ideas. Ins t-Mciisive nc-ru lint.ihees in I his j j l her. Tiiat; it shall; be I Ihe; provided I fur- i! but iot, a siiiiil nun of them I b'it c it iiKi!i (I 3 that paper ui' J.ily *o. jspo. A i-hance to Kive stale I th.iu for 5l-f[ -iirsnimlisenii-n.triui% er- .f I tiie : -
the i and iithc-r M.iti-s, and is in of anv. i i supply I*. 1*. P. .Such i- I HIP : your rello *men assistance and remtinenite ; and _- : _
people of Uradford eouufv every \\av htitd defaulter iu pci hit rnad! rc Jill-I i self at the same time. Send Jr:; 'pre.lit. fonv p.ii.Iencesolifiteil.! ; ; __ _
are for this rn-hl nnpnriaiil i UhihIg duty, at any t.ttion <,f tiniuf.tiliblo Mood t-> the pubhhher : I f 5 ? --- ;:..
demanding the position.I time iiom the. purilior'I duel fir a sj.uplec! < > Address! .. ;.' .
i .:
of ih-f.iuil, y. ;
; day
greatest: serut'iuv iu I As alteinate; Mr.i I Hiist I i has appuiiitr.l i I lie ; to woik:; to j and f-OhOh1 XKllant.! Hundieds testify. 1C. O. 1 1j P.t irEli. l'uth. S. P. ( .tItruN ElI. e _

monetary affairs. The peopk-'s funds ''rs. C'hloe Menieli Heed sf .Smith .J.u-k- louiuii'iiccmfiit of suit t. to pv the''' tu Its; pin vii'V. Your druggist l-I.aurI.FtodI:?. .Clarke. II LI. _

must be expended ecouomicullv and soutLle.! i1'Vtc"f' I l'-x-JtlVV"l"r JLirriMini 1 1 coiiii.u-tor I m I lliiily-Jhree and Ollc-1 lii rd cents ,,1ns it. j -- - i Trice by express; 100 plants, ::(} ">t1.0110 5. t't- I

i j) eY| sf <|r l.i. al piv.ei.t pustniutter at lu.sfd perd.-y tor every d.iy I Hi it he or they reXWN'S.' WAlrrAN !) IIUNIOS 4, j I Subscribe for your i-eiiinty 'r. ) plains, ji.lO: ; ; 10.0IM t2l i ( .
: .1 or failed to wmk.m and j jiajie| 0'
j upon tho.
; w.? -Times-1' payment of s-aid: sum he cr they Jidl: be Ab'-'itt's Honiovod' Indiati and Corn surely I'.iinf bv %h !og j jVi inti-rot.? iiso our bc-si 'c'ii
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ESTABLISHED 1817 I I Bfl1ABFOROCOUflY TELEGR This world is hut) a fleeiin-r 'hO\i. I RTATK CONVENTION.Ocn. S --- -
TiE 31. ( L. Kay*;
t '" .. ," .. U /PH. I But And soon :grim death will j.-rk it.-2. Fi.v.. AMZIKT IStli. 190 -TlieOcain Editor' TF.I.'FORpn-ln looking '>vrr KXTS. .
p4" : } candidates ire petting ripe
i .iI 1 HOIIM; N l ';tilquiurIers fur olili: 10t minutes of the last or the FOR SHERIFF. .
-' And we'll all enjoy the circus.j j meeting
jb : t JI i OdkVARz J } 1I Starke] Fla.. Aug.;; : 15, 1890.: I\f The I. i irtii*. ii mid tljc html u. hull- toiitniiitiiwas. county commio'ioners I find one item tlmt l The friend f f iIiny.S Crews announce 2
I ha
: ,., i j Ilk. a new sidci kept pn'fy l Iii-." lat l nuilit; anil iliiworn- i is enough U. take the breath nvny from him us n "tiili"Me' iimrlid-ifi for Ilttoft"', ..
w of Sheriff in nrnl Our
4. .. Ai -d 1'.;. ,". 1 4.' Local affairs. irI .Among [irn'iiiii'-iit I poIiiiare 10111 I1't present poor tax: payer. Ih'rl."u i is: ":1. 1.. McKlnney State u( Florida.flue Coim'y of Bntdford. -
*1 I Ii nd I rc"prtt fully
,; ,,': : + P .' I Have you H'rn'ill" & 0wens' I Guv. Flrminjr. N.-II. (.VII. C..uujcreuuuun; for lumtier for bridge over L-ikc s solicit! fur him the nffrages. of hi- fellow". S

; : {of It ', .., ;, '"pony "? L iviiun.! Matlnry of PeulciDlu.V.. 1). citizens in tll 5SItcTFeIrcDi
4j : T'f: : i J ., .' Jones Sells Shoes. l express Butler brnnch $1S9. 6.'h)'. they must Coming", .

: DRkI1tL '. It lj j I'.r.,, S. F. Gardiner has a new diijili-y. Chas. Duuglicily. latl"m,1<.f I Intend to bridge the thing lengfltviif. for .

." 44 but may rain or it may pour. S on his house. S Tampa: nuil -.11 iI'\ .1 Dr. J. I. Ga'kil an ablcbndied mnn can bt.ind llat-footed FOR TAX COLLECTOR.Th .

JONES sells Shoes: V AIHu 10 urine!. 11 TI'lbni .hl time nnd spit across i'. any here nnd not strain <- friends nf Emery P. U'anl
S I X. J. Jones is I take
Merchants May puff and blow, II.lawns 1 selling summer dress Olal. !Ilra" iund serpna'lfd Gr>\'. Fleming. h Ins spitter either. At that rate for lumber this! inethrx! of announrin; him a" n can

1 but Jones sells Shoes. I .ind challies at any price. h Sen. Ci IwcI John I.'. Dinn. who i fr what will the bridge cost!! Our experience I didate for the office of Tux f'nllrrtor oTra.ltorl

They maklrl\ Maine out of, Wills & Owens will deliver any said I t.. l t'e :i strung opponent to CntJ.These i in bridge building in this county has l been l county for the ens'iin j lerm nn.lrespecifully
tho cabinet, but Jones sells goods bought of them free of charge time "i-nllrini-n ni.idr very ajiprop- dear one. So sny we al'. r v oter-i at the I-OMIMISJ r the! 'Ction.snppi>rt of \\tn\ ,

MILLINJY shoes. Miss Ida Witkovski I'M visiting lintl rein.uks. a.- (;!i,1! aHo DII 'hcrlr. Millory. !- Here is another iwret one ; .'n.! L. His Vk1CnQ.

I The] republicans may pass tho; friend,* at \\IlSOI', Fla.: for a short I Davids-mi. Si. (airLI.lmc If Tv.ires. *-
force bill but Jones sells shoes. time. ChI I nf liosl.m. ami others.kccping'i A there is but one prismer in j til and lien The following i.. a Imp ropy of n Idler
; 1 regular oid-fas-luom-d; joliilicutimi I the iron cell. I would most respectfullyask.
They all build fine houses Mks Ida Sydnor. of \VaJdn written by Mr. i G.: II. Gridlf-v: and sent ln
spent 11! :ift<>r niMnicht. nnd : in the name of the tax-p.iyers of tins
BUT JOXES SELLS SHOES. Tuesday 1 in Starke, \5siti'iig .I lrs.; the I Alfred (X. Y. > Sun for pubio| tinn.Mr. .
runny: \\ winun.ilile to !-.crmvkipt h"lgm countyVliy this one clt.lll1rl'r night for
1 S htnc I I ) Grid.Vy! i if will !hi. remembered. ram r
: THE LATEST NEW When tiaskfus gets lobe gov !I nl'\i rnasiiliT.ihlu nuise 11!I niijht. guard duty? If the county jail can't hold I
-IN YORK AND : from XI' state not long i alrn
{I The r.iriiieK' Alliance
e rnorJoies will sell shoes :\Ji' Julia Wall spent Sundav in I C..II'\H h him the town jail can l he rented for h..
I lust night which 1 bus 1..1! c\ lioun. Thy s't| ,nct Itoiight the famous Marvin oastjof
: PARISIAN. .STYLES. : *- Congress will unseat Bullock, Gallll'McC'ornnckIr. svilJe. the guest of Miss! Sophie) I :t ;alc. iviry strong ami will! hive.jr, il money or else take him out and chain.i the Florida: Orange l'fOIpan.r'mam; grove

1, ", .: -v VJ. JOXES influence on the The him lo a stumpMonthly )
STILL lun\'cntiOI. moth
SELLS SHOES. ( 1n'lliln ;rn\"e. Wenre glud lo hear thatMr.
: ; r : ) X. U. Ilac-kett is I IIl'cturn wi meet to-day :bI I the ('XPI1ii"1 allowance for pauper: about .
) Griihler
expected to i i:1' ,
.. 12 A pca-t-d in IKS "m.
4 : 'il" See our reduced prices on Ginihams. I < from his trip to Eureka Kas. builhe'g nlll. IhlJuul ptrop'c $77. Now. what has become of the "poor

j jarm"
; nil ri' to l-e present I ing here, as lie isi of t.'rr! elms we>
J :Trnby:.: Stcrnbnrg & CC). i jo! Saturday. fXlt'cIli democratic; bought at a heavy expense a few
convened nml! for
of building
tA, Great Display SILKS, LAOE8 ttlBBOXfc :\ coan'uti"1 up our country II lilt
: and ORNAHE&TSBaii8lc Prn.tcd Lawns 4c- yard at ': I li'-dt IJ ;il I I tin* t'Vii; >silinn building :it years sgo. Is that investment of $.300 of
Miss his letter
per hope will !I. !
? ;; Bracelets, Hair Bands 'and Agnes 110of, Kiugsley :: 12 'clock F of tninieiitl In
r Hair Ornaments Trnby & Co. j ( 11.11. i..n..J Hay. the county funds bringing iu returns
S Sternbnry any -
| 1 1Milk lake in in this VisiCI bringing of Iu< fri ?
: numerous to mention. ., city t,1ic'l'l'k Lake City, was S< ( chnirman nnd many t <-n< % t<> our trilert. -
\ j'. Stylesto shakes at .M 1cwJlam'A :. I I l ing friends. J, M. Barto, of UioiiM. fur A ? .
. Th *. '" I cnnimiticc on credentials 5ccrlan' And here is ancther for the t.' .pa: \ -rs:
full tine of paints ana oils at Bro. wa :tppI'lill'l. Kditor! .\ fied! Sim-A* many of my
I ; : Wesley j lodges reports Ins; who retired during ll.c absence If ihisTlie "Road supervisors for the month of Julv. *
; w11rs, Swiss Embroldeiqes( : Plain arl;: Emlnoiac: ITem-stitch. Trnhy, Sternhtirg & Co. l business as quite nourishing for this cllmit"I'. convention (lfl(1 to $70.3.1.; fril.'nl'Inrt'! I iCMroiis; of knoing mr. whvri-

!: c(1 Sl1ltQ< LenoSkrtiis, lIIcl Van 1)yke I4lCeS, Ql1 Cn'S Lawn Len1onn(1eanc1ocla water at time of the year.Mr. ndjnurn I delegates kept up H (n- commissioners 13 Hhotlr! n'lIl how I like tin; roiinlry berth -.
' ; County 80. .
! : J filing nt *>iie alit her which kept t tSiiertff bestv lo inform
:\1 .ham's."Partidos" lil.uet up y tli' m will
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: :' :. J.. S ,IfldLt-Jjflefl; % .CIicekeI :\1\(1 Lnce-St1ipt41:14iwI! n .\. C. Ilamrick: has returned t the Kpirits of t all After the credential; (including the $:n aliove mentioned l IHJ through the rt.Imun of the S

1-: : S J. Nainsook ,. Soliel a1} Palcy.St; 'ilJCd" ; 5 rigars at from his pleasure: trip, much to the committee :} their report and the ttm- ) $42.35." I r.Ctlr't'.1 Aprj.: 2.1. and ;n.
I Iliribercrer & Richard. organization made joined
'l. "i S joy of porary WI. permlner.t.thc Well well thal'g
our ladies.Mrs. enough for HIM lime.
.: "l'k .' .'atteens. S I Take girl Me.ieham's> fur I young name of \V. I). Uloxham was placed ,. a,t HornelNville X. Y.. by S. .\. Swiur.We .
your a but the
: French Siitiu: Haal, aii.l Linea cool drink. Stratum of Gainesville, is i in nlllLliul fi.r comptroller and voted total amount of county warrants j \ arrived in New York Ih.: next morniug -
b ; : CIIltlfllraYS,5NUfl'S-Yeililig, temperance l I.y it ri'irg the llr.t ballot. i issued is very nearly $300 out-ide of those )j. '
paying our) little t town a visit. She UI.1 \'ul. upon l after a p vasant: trip. We visjtiil ihl .
Henriettas Bargains in ladies' and Cooper, of: JaclsuinvjlIi.! ami _\. E. i fcsned
1 :> Siile-ltaiid-Snitiugs, etc., etc. : niisses'i i is by the school hoard. ,
J+ l lS low shoes at a gne!l at the Commercial. 3 1 laX11'1' I then 11-1 I in nomination Is it not time to maKe a change? IIv .. Brooklyn; bridge.. Central park and otherpJiees

-f I.j, The Xjaogest; XJXLO of Trnby, Sternbnr"; & Co.I Our popular m "ch\lIt: J. G. Alvarez ffr justice. Afier voiisitwndisci.veicd .1 of iiter\.t and were much pleiisf.1with
; h : that 1\111\1! coud! secure the we not too many: boards in session the the Mglin.
' : Friday W'I"L bud I
All! kinds; of diinkp atMeacham's son Claudehave (been absent m': ; i I"I-I hinls. Tin* inimc-of .Mil-! nuny.
S3occal'3.1'pa.1111 Ameos-kag temperance y first in
: Lancaster l'S"i' :
.S.5. Ginghams Monday month bethel l
ever brought South. Jr' \ I ecery diy. but we managed: to wbiKawiy the
. J : opposite {flicl'. on a pleasure trip to Sttwane Springs |11"1 II. Miibry was then placed in iiomina-
iu-aimfui Hn ? of CIIALLIES at S cents a yard; FIGURED LAWXb Rill I His
ORGANDIE Hams: shoulders, sausage, butter, honor tfio m.iyor: has been verv I 1| l ballots sho\clllhlllhcj were aUmt eqinl Let the people require pledges from the quarters in the steamer "Rio Gmnrlc'. of .

i S ChCl't.'t, (.., just rt'cowd by h bu.-y thi week in the municipal Incourt. n : I wilhdr w Cooper candidates for the legislature to use every the M-illory: line. Our trip c.ii the

: :, THE COMPLETES1: LINE O'k WiP.s! & 0\e II". Ue 1 allo\\s no horse-play in mid) placed )hxw.j :! i in nlliIlli.l.but effort to reduce expenses You can do I it fJ'lIn1,. mighty
; very pleasant; the weather
.: Children's Misses' and Ladies Hose j his cotlil. after u few'll'S : so ,
offered :
ever to the trade Have tried i-'C't-Ilome the ballot
you llout? I j rapidly! that Maxwell's Iriendsitlidicw is a mighty weapon m the hinds fine and wh| the exception of a little bail

- in Starke. Ladies' Ribbed Undervests.* everyt.y1t. Parasols, The -sale are increasing every day. Col.leriiiI I was among the croud lii i. n-in and Iaht'a; f-ctC'i! iniiniinouslr. : of the people. and nois ihe time to ,, feeling about the stomach. our troubles

I. Fans, Gloves, etc. Drown and Bleached Cottons, Table Linens, The best trade lire.- it. For sale bvI for (j:1 Ia. Judging fiom his improved The committee t II n resolutions onplattorni use it. :M. C. LKVY. Were fe %'. .

: :.i'_ II, Napkins, Doylies, Towels 1 Towel Crash, Summer ,JiiisaniIJ I lei here er_& Richard.Wehaus J looks the "Standard": must rt-porti-1 It Condi-inns a pint the form fm(which'( bill I WasiiRnpted. and Dllt'klen'rlllt'' & Salve. We arrived in Brunswick. GL. Monday "

. .' J Cotton ad cs.LARGEST. reduced - The best Salve in the world for CiJnt.rlli'les. about 10 :_ ni.. bavir. been 65 hours on _

S : ginghams I to 10c', and the toe do. to Mr. and Mis. ..J.V.. Hodges treiisnry bill fir n lIilIof like nat: tire. vliicb .Sores. Ulcers. Sit! HhPIIII1.1 the water. Here we remained until next ;

7L AND BEST STOCK( OF: ShOES Sc. Trnby, Stel'llburgCo._. i. ,] taken up their abode in the hOllsefurlllt'l'J have will relieve I the bnrdi-ns A t>f I Ihe 14th.farnu-r.If90. C Fever'hiblains.Sores Corn", Tetter nUll Chapped all Skin Erup, d,). taking in'the sights of what they term ..

J S INTHKCITY. Haby carrmgi's'froin :?50 to &20 I y occupied by \1 rs. Geo. 11n 1 Second district cllllgrl'IIg. &si./llal con- ions and positively I Culls Pilet.or! no a prosperous swuhern city; but from a -t'
at, Tt'u'by. Ste> &. CO. Jams \ vciiiion '. pay required. It. is .guaranteed to give northern!
"iburg on \ 'alut1ttrect.. met at Ocala ( -d'IY in the exposition I perfect satisfaction, or mOIlE'1'ulIled standpoint we could not agree _

. Every one pleased antI fitted. We are sola ngents for \vorld-ronowned TO BE GIVKN \V7\Y, a nice Attention is called to the card in I lo oukT\by building.K. h. The Anderson nu'i-linr chairman was called of I I Price 25 cents per box. l-or sale by. with them. They claim l .OOO inhabitants .

: JAMES: MEANS 2, $3 $4 Shoe. I 1 present with every pound of eoffc- this issue of Willis A. H311.11. t the district executive committee, Who Drsggists. _ S but we were unable ti> find them.WhittS4nd .

I yon buy of Wills! & Owens. I Ie liall I is an inventor t and pattern t maker n-ad t the call for I the convention and, declared To be Baptized. I and swamps were abundant

AJINELINE O'CLOTWNG, GENTS' \\? wish to ClOse out our stock of and solicits work in his line. it ready to proct-cd and elect a Editor TEJF.ORAl'n.-Our county judge. and the water tasted strunglyor sulphur. ,.4
(:hmuulV man. lI..n..J. It nankins; ii! a few Rev. Wm F. Malphurs! ussistKl Sandllies: were numerous the sands '
parasol and sunshades and sell I them :\Ii ins Sophie McConnick by Elder as of
vtlTsc IK expected well I lioseii words phu-eil I the lion. It. F.
c FURNISHING GOODS, Trunks and *. Saddles, Undies, at cost for the next 3d( (11) ". Lailie.-., to return from he'- vacation: this Hogeisin 1 nomination. !lt.. Geo. fj. Wilson Rcbert Keith held an interesting meeting Ihe si'a.Tuesday.

t? : .Harness'_ -the lWStOOI Collars always on baud.- I J let not this chance slip by.TriibSteriiIirtrg. 'el'k.11 will be accompanied: by was made: "l'crctanThuc Were no with the New River BaptUt Church last at 8 a. in. we tok our departure .

S :1 i: FANCY GROCERIES PROVISIONS of all kinds HARD _I l :. & Co. II;ICE toster i Mis IJe.ssie \ .V-WIIIUVfV. I contestinir delegites ;m.d I the temporary Sunday, and on their return to Stnrke on the small steamer "Oily of Brunswick"
The tlw1. n iani7.ttion WaS made permanent. As stopped by the wayside ami to for Fernandina. FI.i.( The
ladies: of t K. church preachc-tl trip wmpleasant
Mr. .1. M. Smiley eft lot ,el'1I as I the ch.ihm.ui announced the .5
.5. "AVARK and Farming Implements, Crockery, TinjItLais Ware, Fnnn- Friday convention nl)1) I weather
an appreciative audience L
will hold their ice cream festival in the schoolhouse being warm we
for a six weeks'trip Maeonthen I ready to proceed 1I01J1IWllioll.I .
: i rVand Stoves, also sole agents for the ci'lebratqdi/'LOVE" SEWING"ilACHINE Mr. RiveiV brick store every Tues I Washington, going then to I the niniB; ot uobeit Bullock was place near the II. M. 1'arisJi place. The could not hep; enjoyiii* ourselves. Wo

S -works button holes, sews on buttons and does every kintrFa1lcy daaflernooll and evening until and New, York throughPennsyhani.i state.Ticket befoie the hl.l1se. Thl.'reC're no oilier result of their "seed sown by the wayide" kept inside of the islands? most of the way .

nither tot ice. : I ul 11"lJIinlliol1* ini'lnml upon motion Bullock Rro. Malphurg received fix candidates .t ntt passed several that Were beautiful)
work all for the other ;
,S : same price as machines. Xo. 8tj has drawn the ".silver '' WHS elected by a lUin; vutr. There
: for the ordinance of baptism. These will the largest of tl,ein j is Jek>I. owned by Mr. !
tumblers and fruit committee
;; ; Jelly j jars at pil'cc"gi' \ 'II wit h coffee at was 110 executive I iippointed l !
\ & Co. away lint i a ie!<,Iuttiii passed to allow General; I be baptized on Cypress run. on? Sampson V uinderbihi. and Cumberland island. Weurrh.c,1lI1
C3T ICE COLD BUTTER AND CHEESE Trnbv, ISternburg Wills & Owens. The
3 holding I
1 lake
}person the 4th
Bullock to slleclli OMII exicutive com ; on Sunday: the 24th hist t at Fernandini at 12 m.. aid front .1
The only Sli: a day: hotel in Jack this ticket \\ill ct.uiLforward flll.j u miiti-e. The convtiiion I adj.I uruie&I amid 10 o'clock a. in.

Always the BEST GOODS for the least ,MONEY! sonville. is The Traveler.Glncs :. the pi ize. c ite.ts and band. plIJill As it is but a short distance from Starke. thence we went Lu) Jacksonville, where we
j ----- .-- and agooJ road the nnd found< :& live and prosperous, city, and took -
-5 -_._._..._.. --_- _- I ( .hiJI:1 (j wooden ware I All jiaities: i holding claims against I As a general liniment tor sprains uud lion extend a cordial pastor invitation congu-ga-to Your in the Sui.TwpiCll exoosi ton. Here we

-;4 ; W-A-ILSTTS OF cheap at \'IIs_ & Owens. I l property of Alice K. Walker will I l IIrll-.f's or for ilipuiiintisin, lame hick, citizens and all others to attend.. Regular were stiuck with .astonislnnent. uml coming .

.c. I Out stock of groceries will ul\\n\s I pluas'j wnd sworn statement of same'l dtvpsiMted i ito l.iin'H Pain or Balm iKiisriilir 14 unrivalled.p.iins. Chain For l her-sule services after baptism. l 43 we did from lie land ot snow ruin

be found complete.) : t Home Inve.'tment uihlihg and I by W. H. ItiveiM.i I A. DROTHKK. ;and mud. we ct uld not but
------- -- --- help exclaim
: &4'RUBYSTERNBURG' AND (JO Trnby, Stcinburg & Co. Loan Association, Jacksonville, Fla. Democrats uutl CM II .Hen.Kditor I Do not Suffer any Longer. "This truly I is a land of fruit it not of

Ice creapi every: afteinoon Except For Cloud seedling strawberry T-i.nuBAl'H read the I i Knowing 1day, and that the a cough first chit;stages ito eheekedn of consumption 'milk and honey,'* for there were omanged,

Tuesdays Jh-acham's. j plants read 31 1 r. Alden's advertisement cominiinicntion of our yi'mIuig friend broken in a. week we hereby bananasand all liopical fruits ii nil stages

;a4I ; Wills fcTwcn( sellY.1 S. W's u in this issue. This strawberrv :Moore in li week's i iue, nnd must guarantee Dr. Acker's Kislisdi Cough of growlh. At 7:15 in. we took tin-
-_ ..--- i i.s list-proof and most excellent l ask for short R"mnethy and will refund the money tall ." p.
., "None Such" Hour. Trv.. barrel. a space: a icply. Our who Iniy take it > direetioiix. train and arrived in titarke. tho end ot
l bearer, and the berry is hard and. l lI Pine I Hill I i-oplt. are deiiii.rats to and dc thud asf
41iL The only all yiarTiotcl in Jacksunville [ not our statement rorre't.' our journey, nt 11 p. m.. and made our

is the 'i'ra\ ler '. Rates $: firm.X.. I t the core .iml cannot hear a stisrma, 1 W. If. HIVKRH. way la the quiet well-kept Kentucky i

,They want to sell you your Groceries( Provisions, Flour,, a day. tf .1. JONES' CLEARING OUTJtSALE. I o be thrown upon the record of The Poll Ta*. IloUiC.1 the proprietor U one of those glJotljCJvhl

!1 Corn, Oat: Hay and Bran. After date ue will I sell our J"l.main-I, .-I am going to -ell every I Iyaid Florida's gilted senator. That com- Every male citizen of tile Sate: of Florida souls which dues one good to Du e,. 4i
: of summer dress goods on 1I1\' !' 'ml u utnictt; ion does not voico the c'l1ti-iments is should IR
p. lug' stock of straw hats at l'xact'cw assessed or a poll tax of We find ytntke a pleasantly situated

They want to sell yon your Dry Goods and Notions. Yotk cost ; this i is a bona fide: shelves regardless of cost, to make of.on t' people, whose demonrocy one dollar and the names of the persons t tso town on the Hue of the Florida Central
has lifted them far almvt"satchujiug"
offer. Trnby, Sternlierg & Co. room for my stock of fall and winter liable should be returned by the assesn ntl reniiiMil railroad about 45 miles

T j/Ttiey S want to sell yon your Clothing and Furnishing Goods. B'st EI -'rcan'Y-Lntt'r, only goods.Among. a true and tried dein-! for. S southwest from Jacksonville, being the ,

_-. those who left to attend ocrat.I The collector must collect this
p.JJIH ------ 25c per pound :1tTruhy tax or county scat of Bradford county. Starkeis

: They want to sell you yonr'Hats and Caps Sternbnrg & C'o. the convention at Ocala we noticed I .I peak fur: iti\'<:l.1f{ and nil democratt show cause .>f failure; he rmst also give i a lovely little city of about 1.200 inhabitants
H3t. \ncll'llldy >'t) we arc I
J. L. (;a kllJfo. CoJ.V.. T..l''k!, I to tin. registration officer thirty days be- 'I five churches
In orch'flomtk< for ourfaU This i is H H it''ii. we'll I make i it t plain": right two
ii f..1.:l[' They want to sell you your Boots, Shoes ami Rubbers. stot-k of sbocs w e (01. .J. T.. Frazee, and Korne others,, I 'f"VlIell Mm once, \ci CALL him I fore any election, a corrtctI t of alt wli 1 hotels, two blacksmith shops and two

wiilll1d..l'l. among them ilie! boss of the TKLK- jiKain have paid this tax. good schools. The
y ,;"J.TbQr want to sell Yon Your Hardware, Tools and Building special prices. UIIAIMI.Candidates. Y.s.C all desire. ev'ry ilemocrj.lp 'omi. surrounding lands are S
Trnby Stcrnliurg &: "o. The payment of this t-ix it It pro-re S Xenenlly fertile and bnn: forth good
IA To return onr CALL( to Wahin lon!
1", Loaded il'ntTTruby, .Stern- for county offices :are WM. F. MAi.rcr.. quisite of registration. The collector is I crops of corn. cotton tobacco cane, rite
.lo l Tliy ripening and I the local editor i is happy. authorized by I.iw |II) enforce the piMut I v i-tables.; etc.t besides fruits of all kinds.Oranires .
& Co.
: want to sell you 30U1VgOn Unties, Agricultural Im- burg Only V I for Happy IIoo"lorwWin of this tax by levy, distrain and sue ofproperly
an announcement, of the lie he alto and strawberri ire the main
Wife and cot p .. ;
? Seeds and Fertilizers. canvais at Trilby, Timmoiis, Pi .tiiiistPiof Id.i- J
plcmcnts. gentlemen. cash in advance. There
authorized his i the
Iiifl. place on list IMIIlCof crops and will under favorable circnin-
& Co. yuLe : "Illeetrie Uilterha -
blernbtirg S > I
'T They want to sell you your Saddles, Harness awl Whips, ill. I are six boxes at each polling ,p h hm done inorr- for mu titan: all 1 otherinediiines any person liable to pay the tax I that slit'ujts pay from $;' (> to $iOU per acre.
'' JJ Barbedwire and fence staples nTrnby and we propose to drop one in the 'flhIi1 t.hlPd; for I hat lu oh fe'!Iinpariiinir'roin > l the assessor may have omitted :tIell.rtl-, 7 Flowers
tu I Ill Is
$ ,l lct' tjiey want to sell you cn J'3.thin3'011: may need. Give them Stern bur" & Co.Harrison's I slot of nrch.The kid-ey all.II I lixer I trouble.:1:'I' ceed to collect the same tax. grow 1 errJCllol1.IL'1t1lhcr
; 4.1 a trial, nnd you will be convinced that they will save you money I celebrated 1 Jolin Leblif, H (uniter ami storkiirin ,rt j bJo you see that the payment of this! tux I ) reason why every home should not lH,
"'on Yon rnd at the same time guarantee the quality town a1)l11' young ladies of \his. Shands' same place savs: "Khi'l I'lc.'lrir Hitters I is ntcessary whether lUll vote or not. blessed with it beautiful! hotter garden.So .
$ everything buy country paints, ready mixed, ; Sunda'JII. class iraxe a lawn ice tobfilio best Kidney and I Liver nwcl i- One of the penalties! of not paying this far we have fouud 1 the Ji-ople all that
i nnd quantity of Goods. differentha.h'l'. at Trnby 1crearnfetivnl '1 flP, ina-1'- me fo*>l like a new \11:11I.: J. tax is no vote. Another pCllalti"'IIII.II..t
Stl'rn-I last Friday eveninir,p \V. (.nrilm r. hardware 1I1t'I'I'h.lllt.4tlll( cost for colUclio::. It is possible lo incur I could be desired; kiiul and obliging'andi

burg & Co. I and in spite of thf P unfavorableueallur tuwn. KaJ : "lilcetrlo Butlers in just the: both penalties. j i i''r to lend a hJping hand, and ny-e vhu.

TROBY STEBNBURG & COMPANY Wills) & OwctisgivcgrQa bar j j realized: >a><;d pr Hts. clearing ;don't thing care for a w man!-thcr w ho he is lives all jus or die-* -;i'*and I I'c' Make it a point to pay immediately.. ? .I iAn t dagger nun! shotgun policy of which
,!, I gains in pro\ision ;I IWhy 10. 1'rocecds to fence the M. found new treiiith} p>od ;tpi> 'itu nnd Arkansas Shaker. I jv! have iie-ird, much, but ready to welcome -

buy an inferior) sewing machine j j E.: l parsonage.i' fell just bo li:id a new lease on hire '1111. old ft Her, what's the niatfi?" :j the I people of ihe iiorlh among them
bo lie at ihtb.
.. ,3TARKE, m i HI- FLORIDA and pay a fane) price when! Wills & Oreni have moved intcheir I OnlySOi'H PriiK I thought"Only I a would WIle shako atur, ully'ui.Ittuteu.traill .r. but% nivhide. I to help l IK-HI niik; lu-me foi tJiemselVe

5- ,--- -- -m.-.V> you can: buy a Domotic or I 'I new store and 1 til.t things i upso I I Our National Park. ." I u. their nudM t. improving the lands and
:: S S S I
J ----- e\\1 The of Hoiiulle. U. S. .\ .. I i"aclins
\ Home for :35 at'I'inby they look :as fine as I picture.. Everything report |I "I'\"chul'em myself, frk-nd; f ink !>r.L'Westmoreland's make thi, one of Ibv.- most beautiful sectii -
\ superintendent of the 'iel l'itvtont
; S MORfiANS, I BAZAAR, J Steinj>iirg & ('o. j I I new and fresh and of the Nution.d Park. giving nn iiccouuf liN I I j ,never had a shako Talisaya" Tonic and I >n of country that the sun ever shone -S.'
.' Bargains ill summer goods. C'all j I j .tst. enterprising fiun have liist jeai's: mpervivion. x\a riH-i i cit it'- I!! Good advii-H to a friend who wasi:ikiug upmi. The clinufte is grand; this being

: Dealers in and examine. j i iTin :al-o just started out their new dej t!lay 1'V Ine secrelaiy of I the i n tenor. I Hibtates'that f ft : i i is implied in tho friend's reply. Xi about )Itt higl'est puin'. of laud in the
: j li\iry which i is as fine turn t ; : h miring the tirM p.iM of i case malaria has ever been loiind I that ,
by, Sternburg & C'o. j! wagon, a I the soldiers under his command I were I 'l.utUe-Iltoj curative powers and one phv-1: state, there i i'r,' little danger: nialarU

Fancy Goods and Fine Stationery Wills & Owens ha\e just received 1 iiit as can be necn in an\' (.il v. The,.1 lJIilllyIf eu j'h-d i in <:heckiii'! I lie spread I su-ian has used it MiceessTnlly iitibcin i i utu i il.e [,1.,:1 for persons sulTeiing
( will goods promptly and free It oily
cll'h\1 of forest tins, xvhich oii in.ited nioMly h tretitment tvp'ioid te\er. co tn .[ from con:umptii u catarrh or any throat
immense stock of tl''1( |t bonIA and two bottles will
an gl of charge. I I from camping | arlicT. remedy thisevil a one or j I
-- --- stop the fever. Buy it of \V. II. Rivers.A j il trouble and m'my northern people Come
School he recommend that stations be selected !
Books Supplies :
i School Attention Bradford Co. Guards. The Jolly Owl will have dance : ( I here and seldom fail tu
i for camp*. so that i in fill I lire a supervision :1 every year reap
Musical Instruments etc. Hcgular meeting lit the Company for at the Armory this C\'l'UIg in lion ( lI1ahe extendjd over them I lit: Curious Curiosity. -i t heir reward in the way of renewed health.vou1.I .

(hilllJll Monday! night at 7:80 p. in. Dy or of the MHI .Jck-on. states I that"-lIw I wild animals in the park: i I| At the undertaking establishni-jnt of. C. I ay to my many friends who
Starke. Flor.idaMallory's of K. C. lJEm yule ami Miss 1 are incrl'Hl1II1't'r.r tapidly in nnmlx-r. i j A. Clark yesterday afternoon a str ng(;
order IlGlm. Agnes ofj1Kingsley. j I Icpcciit1ly | :
5c : Attest : Captain 10w( jI I j'' the hull-do and elk The Wia ki; 'monsirosity was l eing enbalmed. It was contemplate coming to Florida. (that it
t I I ( a pig with head fearful; to behold. Iti- would be their interest
lie stocked wilhIr"nt to to communicate
J. W. c-iurses. sa's. are beinj J J1
i Messrs. C. M. Towers Mark Hart-1 I IS mid niilmon thu Uni'ol States I !steail of a nose a trunk like an elephtmit'min
Florida Lines a ml Treas. : our gentlemanly real estate agent,
:I Ef : New York ------- Masonic I tcson and I*. A. Holt, of Jacksonville condition i h'!!h commission.of the hotels ITe is reports not satisfactory that the,1, ,:! t formed inch like long,that hung of over.a human The being chin Wa siT: i I Ia F.Gardiner. who will to ant-
-- Drnitford Lodge Sa. 42. F. nnd .A. M.. spent a day ourcity I but that i lie Hsjorithnrn : () which controls I j ( mouth and tongue also like that of u i wer all heir questions, or show them t lluf -
niftif. n-gularly" the thini Thursday inentli on'a.\' to Ocala, Mr. Holt) Ims promisfd to runuiy: the evil I cbiM. The ears were shaped like thos-e r I country free of charge. .honlillbe) come.

?. New York Philadelphia Boston aiiIll'points l North and foci.r II i" !nili'i at i 7:30 p. m. ViMtiiig IHeth1'1:11 being : delegate to the convention', I j I ,('iniphii uieti of I lit-I Commends I that; the '. an elephant and the eyes were large and I I We must not forget to uieutioa Kingvley
| with nothing ti> separale ihtm. The
curd 11111 V I invited.WM The Florida State | tonijiess l.e'll''tl'.111I| authorize the ap-
I I i ; l tk'>. ourof tii"; nn"t bcuutiful in the
Agric'ulurltulege head ned the whole
was high
MALPIICUS. W. XI.J. I piiinttnenl a 4 I vii! eomniissioner who j '
bailing' rrom' FKICNtJVniN.t. .'. FLt EVKKV TIIURSDAV. E. WAI ICWUT. Sec. at Lake City t'lIwl'll shall I '>.i vt. jul I-ti icti..n of can.softol.ilion; iof i was hideously strange. 'Ihe body fur-I '4.ile. aln>ut six miles cast from Staike.
I3.t f Miivvouu, I-VKKVI'KIU.I\ P.m. I ( Iat 3ear and} i is fnt growing \.IW iroverninjj, the P.11k.Remarkable '! formed all right, and the hoofs and It has a hard sandy beach pilI'rstil

--IRON' STE.UIERS- CLOUD'S ) GSTRAWBERRY in popularity. This leading college'E 'i' 1 were natural. ;I all'r..ltlul i is u capital place for "at il1g- S
Iu'.eue. This freak was born on E. A. -ids-1!
I of the state is fully equipped with : \I rs. \Iil'hi\el Curutin. Plainfield Iii.. hey'" place in spnngtield. at the Bamt hunt. j j-t the place for Home man with money ?

&& RIO GRANDE hiiildingf, apparatus and instructors: I innkes 1 hp -t.itemeat tholt "he| cantrht j i with ten other pins, which are al? 'il'atid I push enough lo build a hotel und

: Citpliiin 'on nor. PLANTS. for giving : thorough and }practical I "!1.1.! w I.ichi se'llTl l on her lonir>; slie wan funned and hearthvMr.. Clark will have i i| I Uitliing lioiist'; hire a bra>s Land and m.toIIUIII..y ; 5
: in language mathematics treated to.t month bv h"r fainMv, plivI the body t-nbalmed in a few dtys.- fIT..
l'tlICItiol : I ;
. I sii-itn. Ijiit giew wm -e. Ho told II>T sit" ---- for lam: clf and make Lis fiiends
STATE TEXAS, I. ---- cICC. agriculture, manual: training I| W as a ln.oli-ss| victim of foiisnuipiiou'::1 During the epideini* of -flux in this htPI'Y.I.jCl.. w-ouM say to tUow who .
tactics. The Hud th.\t hiCii' couldmeli"r..
{ Captain \\ lliumto. I VERY STRONG GHO'ER'l'ry is military strict and discipline lower lieI' rtrllli"t no "11.1l:;. cste 1 Ur. King's Ne IV" j' county last summer. I had bard work I t wish to know more :ib4.4yil this ueightior-
ift; very expense--* S keep a supply CliainborUin'H, ('uhit'
S I Prolific. Firm und good shippers, and I similar 1)jsroveiV for I'oiiHuniptioii; 'ho! I'onsrlitH Cholra and Diarrbrea Ilem. 'I( hood. they can do no better than suu-
than at an\ school in the j dy on
Antonio l>ottlo :1IIr1to her d found iicrsclflienptittf
City of San Rust: Proof. 1'lunls borne 1'O\\'n. I south. ( fi rstiE''hA i I People often came ton or twelve .nd.\; \ scuibe fur the Bradford County 'fEUElt.U'U. -
c ont u.
'c: On plain \Viltler.Stoainem B. II. ALDEX I ILawley. u xl its use and after taUiu-r IHIJ boltle-I. I|; the I nltbeen night to get a bottle of the I published iu Starke, which wilt

: 4 leave rernan-liiia on arrival of train leaving; Jacksonville 4:15 p. m.TTUr"nfof Fls. Notice to Teachers. found herself"olilldalld well. now docs the last ten welling years patent and find medicine that it liigiven for" l give them much good inforuiuliou.G. .
A Teachers Infinite will U-ein nt L-tk'j her own housework and i is as well as shi eever totter satisfaction in ca-tetordi- II. GRII>LKY.St.uke. .
.: .5. the Florida ('('II VMI A Penh ula: ItHilron.l fz flIts. all points south, .rrivein Orders received by J. TIK>M\S. Starke Cutler on :lond..ylgl.t, 25th. and will i,| was. Free trial iMittlts of this great arrhoa.i; and flux than any other muted FU. -f S

S Pernamlin i :::T. I'.'n. Tluirs! 4'4', in :j'! iiU 'j10' .''01-,6 lol i'ork \lnrll1.l\s : In. aug8-4t continue twenty dnys. The ntrvict-s of: ilisi-overv Sit HrJlli..tll.Ir. : IHne I have ever handlecl.-J. H. I'en- i -- S -- S-
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\1'IlOler" to" :It Brlllls\\I.I.) 1 (hi. luty :' \ I! in nccnniplisheil lencliT Imvc I ham drn' gi"t. Goleonda. ,
[ wctuI I'opeiHI.1-1; Mr. Job f1utlc:1l.uul. I. .
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1.EIVK XETT 'ORt.\\'r.I-'EllX\XVIX.\' WILLIS A. BALL I i i-tl. Huiiul can he had! at *3 to .3 5 pi-r i I II j Ir :' Over M b >tlles of this reniodv we.e s .v,: "I tried ClMiiiberliin" ('011_='

'F; 'FrldiijAUR 1Friday. .......... .... ..... -TA Tl-. OlIr.XAS.......Thursday Au.. 7 i iI Iwct-k.I The Boa: II of I'llhlic 11"lla'I'11 I I'I' j offiee this morning about the Jtru'I'st-t sold in that county during the epidomio i Cholera ami Diarrlut-.i lten e I lv. fur di-
:f Au ..HFRIDAY ... .............. .l'IfY 01' \Xsro lo.......:.............Thun Thurudiru lay.Auj.21. 14 I Starke Fla., do fveryihing in their pmxvr ( i vl.iow! yam )potato we have ever referiecl It was a perlet-tsueeens anas 'I .1 ariliceaaud nevere erani|''. and |win. iu
w. I'I''I'wi
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AUK. J3 "Illy cum with tin- bunt
; '. InMiliite the v.ouiufh and bowels
and will
..... TI eXtieverY 5t. j weigutng :) intend
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' Fri ..... OF SAN AN10N10 --- 31 I :SI'l'O : to
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-tt. .2 worst lozens of there
: f. .. ......................... I i I teaclierantiuir t-mploynifiit : eai i. persons I resultIn Lii" worstHMS I never had
( Friday,Auj.-"j..... ........... SfATE or TEXAS iJK'dfonl countto at lend u { keep it till it gets sweet, and, in tiw !1 willrertilvtbat it .ive l their 1iIn I t to jive nn r"than the thin those t. effect

'i.- For .reIW'11 iutoimn :'!1"11\ a'|' 'mean time we hope )Jr. Cn'willI) lour otimerepideuiuica of Lowe1 couij.ldnUthis aeure. In nio.l ca>es >ue d" e will ,In.
L'u la- JO-KPII L. HIM-
: 1'1. ( Agent 'Wt'tIl Hn': street. JI1.'k6(1I1\1I1*? work aud MODELS INVENTION'S I catch and fatten remedy has been eqimliy autvesMft!!I.2.i I. I I.H,itlrts its urh"r gtKNl qnditie-* it if*
4- (.. K. II UKIIV, Agent f JOt <\.nL'rSt. leraandina. Fla. Si ecialty.. Send to alxne address for Inform, I I Sup't I'uljlic Intrumci iiu n. '1 11'Os.'UIU/ to rat: and 50 cent bottles (or t-alo by "". II.Rivers. pleasant to r i k. :,Hll.l W coot Is.,';!',

l .:: 0. II. MALLOHV k ('0.. (Ol'lIl'l'ltlgl'Uts, Pier 50, K. H, > I. too. tug4t; Ait-'. 15. 1S90. Co.. Fla. with the said 'later. for twit by \ II. Kivors. "


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: -.- ., -I ____ frA._ -- -A MLcafl' not "rcst assured" just be TIBBBB, Miss., Oct 6, I860. .
he has taken out an Insurance poucyon Wessri A. T. SHALLH5BBBOSR C,).
:; radf ra 'mt1t rious future just for his sake. Hut upon 1 she would rather be hauled to the altar cause his life. Ho Is compelled to hnstlo in Rochester, Pa nta-The: I bottle ofbllenberger'

uutJ! tn 1))h one thing her mind was unalterably I II by the most dilapidated donkey that ever order to keep up his payments. Pil sent me In February

; _ I fixed. He must get a horse whose tail I chewed thistles than by that lean and half lat 1 gave to Ader50nl .of this

Published Every Friday. swept the ground or she could never be : hungry-looking relic that the afternoonsun I hard Ir people to secure generally health would as they only
his. If he did that she would marry him I was shining right through. But her wealth this would be one of the healthiest without any good. In 1 .. tha PI
and she would sooner tho face of the earth.-Scranton ptIanet Antidote he
TAafLORIDA.. whenever ho wished. word was given countries on ben days wa '

.-_ Qcr decision was absolutely unI have died than break her promise. Truth. _>_-___. _i__ __ sound and wells andT has gone through A ..

I changeable. She would not have a Besides, she could but feel gratifiedto A irrrtE tin makes the nutmeg grater. entire k> have season effectually without driven any return.-the Malarious It seems BILIOUS & NERVOUS DISORDERSSuch

oven though he were King of'the Can long and hard to please her; and sho way with a man, when ;you come to thank Yours ty sJ'stm, A A"DBE.
a The wrong pig by the car; still waters run deep; nibal Islands or Emperor of all tho had oven gone so far us to think of mar of it.-'l'crre Haute, Express.. Dizziness,andDnwtlnsst. .. of Heat Loss Appetite,

There la In each flock very black sheep. I. with or without tho that too THE reason most poets think t 09 purpose Shortness Cestitenest, Scurry, Blotches on the Skin,
No fool like an old fool; hard row to hoc; mouse-eaters. And the tail must not rying anyway IT is unfortunately tho case only' is that tI8r/ DI.tur.r
A straw shows the way the rind chanceth to only be long but it must absolutely .1 specified horse's tail. :She got ready at many people Interpret the words, "day of thought Prss. A Idltought.Pbelpb Steep, DI', and all Nerroua and Trembling &
her in tho rest'to mean the privilegoof going to sleepIn RELIEF IN TWENTY MINUTES.
blow. trail in the dust Sho would ride to once, sheepishly took place Times. THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE

Where smoke is there's flre; no news Is good her bridal behind such a steed or she carriage, and off'they started. church.-Philadelphia. RELIANCE may be placed In every representation tEECHAH'B PILLS TAKEN A UMEOTEO? RESTORE FEMALES TO COMPLETE HEALTH.

news; would walk alone and unmated forever- Old Starvation did succeed in drag THB. husband who kick vigorously If mae by Maher &Grosh Toledo, For Sick Headache Weak Stomach, Impaired
HI: news travels fast and a beggar can't choose. them to the church at last and the their wives ask them to carry homo a pack O.. n.will b in ,

\Vhatever'B worth doing Is worth doing well; more. ging consolidated into one without; ago only three inches square will carry this paper. in sending them Digestion Constipation, Disordered Liver, etc.,

...: If you give him an Inch he'll take purely an ell. Herman's heart swelled with triumph. pair were Herman homo a big, heavy "original package" Without money; they will do exat a they ae the restoring long-lost
,Fz 'Tis the last straw that breaks cameVs bark; lie told her to make ready her wedding delay, when they started fur a murmur.-N. Y. Tribune. they altxloa. MAllc"I. .,Dala ad 8a. C with the e

tit or miss; : hsould have the horse. lIe home at the cross-roads, and to got; l JT South America rooms are sometimes HEALTH brlrl_ #of the ,trams. One of the best ut
Wisdom is folly when ignorance bill's! ; garment. she there they had to go right through the "WriAT I am trying; to do now," said the lighted by fire-bugs. In this country flro te t 1N.1.that 1EECH.M', PILLS HAVE THE ,SALE
Save at the spigot and lone at the bung: also made all his own preparations at there man who has started the papr, "18 to bring boss light whole houses. t them IN THE
A man can not drown who Is born to b* hun:;. I I once without waiting to hunt up the main street of the tillage. this thing to a successful issue."-Watoincton e p"PRP.IETAT.EDCI"E DjCC!"OILo Be fletea..r.. ...,_. .. .
where the fun began. ... .. SMITHS Toxic STRCP is Sold.DrwgglmageseraUy. ALLEN ..365 367 Canal St. New
Little pitchers have big ears; as thin as a rail; animal with the hairy rudder was Post _- giving universal ld
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necessary ifjewr dniHitdo
UnItsd (
A the keep
In the dark all cats black slow Jessamine's satisfaction in this place. 11. MmghamMcKinnev Sole .lt to It i"A J
are ; as as anat1. continuation to his Every body knew PILL.s es A BOX. ( Mill ViIfthe
and FRIOK.Zt
i T3I preposterous BEECU.'S OlhP
Do Ton Know How It Feel t ;Te18.
.w. 'All proud as a peacock; as meek as a lamb; spinal column. In a short time everything and all about her ambition concerningthe also how Rheumatism. Every ono has heard tho ----..iiirtde1ie& '
As pretty as a picture; not worth a tinker's else was in readiness, but the gold-headed prince; word. "How's your Motherl" "Oh, she's IT is only when a man begins to dictate

r dam. horse could not be found. her marriage with Herman had been well, except her rheumatism. How carelessly his letters that ho finds out how poorly h

Seta thief to catch thief; bark Jig dogs never Herman sold three good animals just delayed by the fruitless search for a the answer is given. Do you know can talk.-Puck.

) bite; their ] horse. The news of herman's -. how it feels to have rheumatism Oh I it's p *
,. because their tails only reached to tang-tailed ANT one can take Carter's Little Liver
and the
Easy come, easy go, two wrongs make noL terrible swelling and the excruciatingpain
and that the .
he couldn't find one recent purchase, Pills, aro so small No trouble to
right.,: fetlocks but any of ankle, knee, elbow and shoulder, they very
Same old two-and-sixpence; both tarred by more gifted in a backward direction !. wedding was at last taking place, had just as if each point was a bundle of irritated swallow. No pain or griping after taking.

; same stick;! than they were to save his beloved spread like. wild-fire, 'and they found nerves, each one seemingly bent on .
Fine feathers make fine birds; a hint beats a disappointmentand the sidewalks lined with people waiting giving more pain than the other. Laying IT is blow for blow whet tl backers .the king
Jessamine from d.'lngof
'p kick. awake all night longing for daylight, of prize-fighters are boasting. O. Pio-
;4j Butter won't melt in his mouth; give and take; despair. tf hat was to be done? to see them go past on their way aching too severely to sleep, applying lini- ayune.

The devil Ms own loves; hard line's; make or lie tried to induce her to take him on b om 0. mentevery half hour to temporarily relieve -, :
break. trust telling her that she should have How the crowd cheered and hooted the agony. Praying, cursini' turning, old .-
: Actions speak louder than words; kill or cure; ho when they at length appeared; Every twisting,but no ease, Whatis .I proverb
Good intentions pave hell;to tile pure all is!pure. her heart's desire just as soon as it that causes rheumatism! Ah, there A
When in doubt take the trick; look first e'cryou could possibly find it, but all in vain; body fairly roared at the sight of are a thousanl causes. What is it that : "OLIO is reeO-er hhajt

leap; she was immovable. She would havea Jessie's prince, and especially at bis cures rheumatism Thank God, there is at Gaod 1 Ponl. 8U-r .

:. Take time by the forelock; catch a easel horso with a sweeping tail or showouldn't proud steed with tho tail that swept least ono cure. It is called B. B. B., or a
Botanic Blood Balm. It has cured more & i in K
asleep. have a husband. the ground. All those whom sho had you.rriexL
cases of rheumatism than other known
Every man for himself, and the devil for ui all. any
ry 111'ifelt.'T
; When the blind lead the blind in the ditch turn She reminded him that on his account looked down upon with contempt as remedy. Try it Do not suffer longer.J. beSaD

bleall. alouo. she had given up all hope of a something beneath her notice were 1L Lalng Dawson Ga., writes: "I suffered keep i ih

.; ne eats humble pie; drowning men at straws proud connection with a royal family there, and of course they mado some with rheumatism In my shoulders andgeneral '
debility. Five bottles B. B. B. improved
clutch; but added that she would never forego rather disparaging remarks about tho health DO YOU LIVE IN GREASE ? f
and the rheumatism left
Too big for his buttons; It Just be: ts the Dutch; my Tott's sPills
Making mountains of mole hills; ."'I pig getsmostswlll riding to her marriage behind a stood bridal equipage. That horse did look me."
: whose fly tormentor swept the earth. like the ghost of ono of Pharaoh's lean J. P. Davis, Atant Ga., ((West End) As a true patriot and citizen you should naturalize youl.

.q Blood's thicker than water each Jack has his She couldn't and wouldn't it. kine, and no mistake. writes: "I that B. B. B. has per- by using the best inventions of the day for removing such ch.To
manently me rheumatism and
t Jill. Herman couldn't help realizing that The unlucky bride and groom had to cured I can now digest any kind of food; live in Grease is utterly when SAPOLIO i
Slow and sure; fast and loose; hail fellow well scatka. uecessa sl
met; his fiancee was little bit unreasonable, take all the chaff that the assembled Spender, Newman, Ga., writes: never have a headache In weight.and liavcgala" in the stores, and grease ad dirt. '
.4 fifteen poiindn a ables
d All things are fish that come into his net. but he was in love all over and out of citizens of Beanville chose to give them, "B. B. B. entirely cured me of rheumatismin W. C.SCIIULTZE,ColumbIa S C
shoulders. I used six bottles.O
; Soft answer!' turns wrath; every dog has his day. ; sight :If she had expressed a desire to and that was not little. The old horse my. SOLD B VERY WITERE.iYkjJP A TRADE I We pn.I OD!to quality d.dlrd of the with ronnmf'for your.future WegIvyouthode&isrVPTOf'ts&'ILd'tWI. trade. Send for$ pafS a

t',. Where there-is a.will C. Dodge there,is in always Ooodall's a way.B. Sun. ride after a six-legged green camel, crept along at the pace of a cripplod CoMrETinox begets enterprise and enterprise pie ice our Itk?a.k.knif.shown bee; euS La elect lol you. for Ma.dea.waranUdJrle; G5.,I .but I lOT

with whiskers on his hump, he would snail, and Herman couldn't induce him has induced a grocer to averse knU. and. ,hen.1."'rIER'S BUr.LeW a.hue\

have done his level best to find her one. to go a particle faster. The faces of the "genuine Blngharnton horse-radish Leader., fresh offl1 RAZM"I.e DWWCSJEA
HOW SHE COMPROMISED.The Such is the power of affection. happy pair looked as if colored with cochineal horse $ .IZOK.* 1

Joe Gray was the most extensive[ but they were perfectly help A Itnmirkable ShowlnR. Maher
It is estimated
horse trader anywhere around Bean less and could only sit still and endure. that Syrup &
Belle and Her
Long- by Dr.John Bull, of Louisville, Ky.,
:' Tailed Steed. yUle, and when ho heard of Herman's "For Heaven's sake, pull that horse::; in; mae in not less than eight hundred thousand 6rosh,

need he sent word to him that he had he's eloping with you!"' screamed one by- families. In many localities it has en- 5 8 Strut.TOLBD .

lust the. horse ho wanted. And, indeed stander. tirely taken tho place of quinine, having all *.
Romance Is
pretty nearly played out the good qualities of this drug end none of .
in this last quarter of the prosaic nine- it was a fine animal for a jockeyto "Hail to the Princess! shouted its evil tendencies. Its use has a most ben-

teenth century but once in awhile have, large, strong, handsome, fine another. elicial effect on the circulatory system and _

there will bo found a love-sick and speedy-but his tail didn't quite "Bones, old bones! piped in a boy, mucous membrane. lifo into
youth or
his in shrill treble in these important portions and prevents con- C U R E
a sentimental maiden who fairly lives touch the ground. Herman at once through nose, gestion. It reduces inordinate temperatureand
came to look at the beast spied his lack imitation of the cry of a ragpicker."Sell .
upon it. Jessamine Rose was ct this allays all feverish symptoms. It is a
., latter class. of the necessary back hair, and turnedon mo that skeleton for a hen-coop," true null.periodic and will prevent or cure THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE
his with considerable cried chills and feverwith invariable certainty.In ( ,
owner a gray-headed
Now Jessie was only a farmer's indignation :granger. J
colds fevers,
for he much "Look at the feed oozing out betweenhis -
daughter but she was unusually was disappointed.
pretty influenza, et., are common, it is almost a ( _
and had been brought. up like a lady. lIe asked Joo if he didn't know he ribs," sang out another. sacred take Smith's Tonic Syrup N S U M IONTROTYPING

So she came to believe that she must wanted and would have a horse whoso It was more than human patience occasionally, as by this moans the goo \

j: have been built out of finer dirt than tail swept tho ground like a belle's ball could stand: Herman sprang to his feet health of tie family. is preserve. oNz ENJOYS
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the of the dress. If he did, what did he mean by in the wagon and caught the whip in
majority country people THEKE is a notion which finds lodgment Both the method and rsult when -
Around Beanville To her they were trying to work one off on to him that both hands. The next instant it camo in many minds that success in going throughtho Syrup of Figs is taken; pleasantand ::::jc ::: Dfl. OWi5SELECTRIC

*of the earth earthy." had only a sailor suit tail, so to speak? down across the steed's backboneith world i la commnSul'at success ingoing refreshing the i and acts ELE a IELT

( This fair and aristocratic scion of a It might be a very good horse, and all the force of his strong young arms- inhabltant-Jury. :
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys PMINTID Risc. l 8, I Irsuovu Jovv ai.i.I
common country stock fairly devoured doubtless was but ho didn't want and and was cut in two as smoothly as a Are Yon to Travel? n f

that wouldn't have animal that had carving-knife would cut a candle. GOIDI Liver and cleanses the system h
every romance camo in her way. an to If BO, and in whatever direction, or by Bowes Mo\

Love stories were her constant d et. By straddle like a saw-horso in order to The horse never quickened his pace, whatever route, have a sufficiency of Hos- ls colds, headaches : C.u7c' .Y-

pursuing them she came to feel that shed get his tail down to terra fir in a. for he couldn't; it wasn't in him. llo tetter's Stomach Bitters with you. Then and fevers and cures habitual -ANDTEREOTYPING : '- t' 1t scirIaIits.. 1.
bid defiance to seasickness, bravo r .
you: may
was fitted for something higher and Joe tried to explain that his animal didn't even have life enough to kick, the influence of a malarioui climate or abrupt constipation. Syrup of Figs i i the I 8 ( = EU.;

better than any thing she had yet had an unusually long tail, and that ho but he gave that tail a frantic switch transitions of temperature, avoid dyspepsia only remedy of its kind produced Ji JI
known, and anxiously waited for the thought it was just such a one as ho that extended to its utmost regions. and the stomachic pangs begottenof to the taste anclac- I I \ Sa k.f
bad food and water, and counteracts an pleasing uua Wu
; time when a dark handsome young wanted or he shouldn't have sent for And then a catastrophe took place thatis unexpectedly developed tendency constipation to the stomach, in DbMa b

prince with a crown like the Kina of him. IJo went on to say that he had unequaled in the annals of history. biliousness aud rheumatism t ceptable and beneficial prompt its Ye& aUu PAS'o f. f .-W
truly in
Spades should come dashing up to her never seen more than ono or two horses The tail flew over the dasher like a ation OF THE HIGHEST GRADE La:.OWEN'SIynapla PAIE ELECTRIC INSOLES 1CJ .
effects from the
lather's door on a prancing steed whose whose tails actually dragged, and he hairy comet and landed plump in the LABOR honorable ; always the excepting, prepared only moat Alsoan Electric Truss and 8"1 C' ,,.
pcfisibly, tho laboriug jaw of .
;: flowing tail swept the ground, to woo thought it was rather a disadvantage bride's lap in tangled and disorganize: or ignoramus.-Olathe (Kan.) demagogue. healthy and agreeable substances, PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY .fe.a....11.0. ..I..." .

and bear her away to a life of royal than otherwise! on account of the mud mass. It had belonged to several horses its many excellent qualities commend owls B1ZCTEIO BELT*AT1UJ c

; splendor. That was the way it always' I they scooped up. in its time, and had been lied to tho, A noon to Wives. it t all and have made i A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Co. aae J.aY.SCO North.JW JboawY.T 8.*JV J

happened in her favorite novels. and Hut Herman went off in a hurry, decidedly sub end of this one's back- one with laving used "Mother's Friend" I would the most popular remedy known. ,
it. It is a boon to wives
she felt that she must have a lordly out of sorts with his luck. lie about half a ball of wrapping twine. Ho 1 who know they must pass through the Syrup oi Figs is for sale in 50c HALF FARE EXOURS.IOisTO I:

;i lover with a title and a coronet, at the left Joe considerably angry inside and had no more tail of his own than a goat i painful ordeal of childbirth. MRS. C. MEL and $1 bottles by all leading drug We offer to oar Customers and Trade _

very least. vowing BCRXE. 10'1 the Bradfleld Regulator Te
get even, though outwardly Writ
reliable who
has.Such d0 gists. Any druggist
t She made no secret of her expected ho shriek went from thocrowd ., ., for further particulars. ARKANSAS and TEXAS
was as pleasant and smiling as ever. a as up Sold 1 by all druggists. not have it on hand will generally the most satisfactory possible
suitor. Every body for miles around A short time afterward Herman again of spectators who saw the tumble i may pro JULY 29, 30 and 31, 1890,

knew all about him, and many were the :, received word from Joe that now he had the once haughty Jessamine's pride was< THE music that hath charms to soothe the cure it promptly for any one who hi L'es branches. Our facilities enable us -VIA THE---

noses which turned up like that of acotree.pot I. just the right article in the horse line, taking! It fairly split the heavens. savage was produced by his victim while wishes to try it Do not accept to turn out workfery rapidly If you desireto COTTON BELT ROUTE.For .

E* on his.&ccounc. sure; so he called again immediately.Joe And the stub-tailed old skillful of bon,3plodded being scalpel-Bnghamtn Leader. any substitute.CALIFORNIA. sendit farther information afp'r; t *

"Just as if a real live prince, with a calmly on, as if he was certainof release your type OH some large job, U. W. MORRISON, S. O.
: was
apparently overjoyed to see A. M. PRIEST! FIG SYRUP CO. WANE.
Shelbyville, Ind.
hatful of gold crowns, would run hislongtailed him and at once took him out to the a whole eternity in which to get the* Bays: "Hall's Droggst gives the best oisatisfaction. SAN FRANCISCO, to us for either stereotyping or electrotyp- General MEJU-IIIS.cent. TE-NN.S E Pa"at

a horse through old Jim Rose's stable and showed him tde horse. happy couple homo to the crossroads.It Can pet plenty of testimonials, LOUISVILLE. KY. CAL tf.r. W. G. ADAMS. IE. W.
f potato patch on purpose to marry his did take him a pretty large portionof as it cures ever ono who takes it." Drug- YOR/ ing, and it will be returned to you promptlyand FaengorAent. I ..LaBEAU -'
Such a looking thing as he produced! gists sell -- M UHVt&Ttll.I ST.Loci*,..
? good-for-nothing daughter for tho sole one to accomplish the trip. it.5 In good order.
wa.bUnd in had three
ono eye, spavins "THE BEST THE CHEAPEST."
reason that" she happens to have a and a ringbone and looked like an But that adventure is now a thing of flow SAD it makes a man feel to observe We make a specialty of Newspaper Head I

44 pretty face! sniffed many a Bean yule old buffalo hanging on a rail fence. the past The pretty Je.ssamino has i a vc-dollar straw hat on a seven-cent head. .-
gossip in disgust. Two of his legs were sprung and one settled down into. a loving, helpful -Kearney Enterprise. Ings and Cuts, and hare the largest assort EffijfflEiCLOVER

But Jessimino still clung to her imaginary knee was as big round as a gallon measurE' little woman, who dreams of splendor Aia ment in these lines to be found anywhere SAW
You that itis medicine when .
royal wooer, though she had and ,
while ho wheezed and puffed like royalty no more. She and Herman hardl'realzo ; MilL

;1 long-waited in vain for a sight of him. the bellows in a blacksmith shop. lie havti one of the prettiest and happiest i very small C6ter's; no bad effects Liver;all Pillsthey troubles from are the country from which to select. For HUILEK8usrau.t.

:Sho: thought of him by day and dreamedof homes for miles write to
around but liver
was as mangy as a street dog, and as ; though torpid aro relieved by their use. .

him by night; but as yet, her waking: lean as a famine, but his tail dragged they never mention it, neither of them ---- NEWSPAPER CO. TIC AUITBA '
eyes had never beheld"his face. four inches on the ground. will ever forget the misery and humiliation MAXT a man can soil a fifty-cent article the SMALL A. UYLM tamrun. ,
Many a good steady farmer for a dollar and then not able to hold Us SIZE ((40 little beans&the b
of ont .
young that first ,
home-coining b They are the moat convenient
escorted :
k allured by Jessie's pink-and-white much do you ask for him? inquired the dollar.-Puck. i'rlceof either size. 25 cent per ea a SS3 k (70 DE4RB3RN 10,000 SoldiersTO
Herman. by a hooting, jeering rabble and 824 & 225 WALNUT STREET. ST. LOUIS. MO. WANTED
had laid his heart and his I If IRSINf at 1' 17. 70: ,
paternal Three hundred dollars," answered drawn by the bony framework of a CHILDREN that are peevish and sickly frequently panelt ofhl PhotgTr 71 S 7 oNTARIO STREET. CLEVELAND. OHIO. APPLY FOB
; acres figuratively speaking, in her horse whose tail and the owe their disposition and distressto cents(coppers or ) OHIO. XKW
Joe, and ground were a ltp) : 177 170 ELM c"OMNT once under
promptly not
soft little palm, only to have them ; a in his Sabbath the presence of worms in their little in SMITH. &CO.. KANSAS CfTY, MO.
i days journey from each other. 401 WYANDOTTE STREET.
face twitched as he said it. Maker of "Bllo St. Louis Mo. PENSIONS Law.
will be
tossed They ens Disability
at him like so much rubbish. tstnes. more healthy, happy .
"Three hundred -0 R Young, in Goodall's Sun.A t pretty them Dr. W -- __aI____." a A 4 JEFFERSON ST..MEMPHIS. TEN*
Not one of them dollars for- that i you give -
possessed! Bul's on ,
a crown, orevp.n 74 TO EAST STH STREET PAUL .
DeitroJ'ers s S. MIN Write me firing name service and 1' O. a4
thing! cried Herman
f a long-tailed steed to prance on, DANIEL PRATT I W nillNRY C02
and "Why, you only asked a hundred and For li Hi ;
so she would none of them. EVKN when a rattlesnake ,W : G'll. .C
Of fifty for the other one, and he managl t tklS pans.,wyHiiljm l t ,
course such proceedings did not was forty Line Hetwren Helpfulncft* and 'C'lJ.dl'slluf'n's keep Its head all right it is gt rat .JA
t: tend to make the times the horse this old skeleton is. at the tall.-N. O. Picayune. COTTON GINSTHEY
silly girl popular 15 Very Thin. ted _
Summer ROBT. HARRIS & BRO. Reidsille R. C.
r Anyone could drive that without Complaints ,
among the Beanville people, but for feel- It is frequently difficult to draw tho I HALF-CCREO eruptions will return. TOBACCO

awhile she did not mind that. She ing sick at the stomach, but the cows line between meddlesomeness and help cato them with Glenn's Sulphur Era- AXE THE BEST. Maud Harris Xt.AC,Parol.p Willis

i didn't care to associate much with the would chase me everywhere I went fulness. I sometimes' think of makinga Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 5 Sap cent. choke Rnn or break the r1 I. Feeder per. mlnnt Condf n eri Do and not Bowel Disorders, I CHEW and Smoke Pride of Haris.

,. country folks for her destiny with this creature." _a roiuplete outfit of (rinnlnirMiirhlDrrT. Gin repaIr tALXa OVABJLWTXXD.SOL. .
far or' GDS
was a suggestion doing an act wni'ch I etc. ECiaPSK IIULLKU GINS, top feed

higher one than theirs. And so the Joe remained silent and impertu feel would prove helpful to a friend, but THE trouble with justice is that she does ers and horizontal If( 1cn-cr",. are invaluable of tobottom Flux and Diarrhoea COLEMAH MEMPDII TEIV1t..
rolled able. so little besides holding her acalos.-Oal- plantr. you are thinking patilnx upI OP
years on. which will ,
rln-nlnr.and all
on second thought I see he may veston GLn. we tel you
News. ilout l It. PIt.TTOI\ CO..3. '.1. .Prop
At last Jessie reached her "Come say twenty-five dollars and .
twenty-fifth regard as downright meddlesomeness.I ---p 08 to 1O4. ropUr Street MEMPUld. T.NN.e1UI KOKOTULUwrit
birthday. She was still unmarried I'll take him off your hands and kill remember an instance in which the THE best cough med cine i Piso's Cure TIIIS PAPIK.-,lUu y.wnM. Use

'. though nearly all of her schoolmates him for you," Herman went on. I distinction was somewhat hard to draw.I for Consumption. Sold. everywhere. 25c. F. OZANNE & CO. for SAMPIJ. .rACKAez, a e..h

; were comfortably settled\ down In happy Three hundred dollars," said Joe, was in Naples, on my way to Rome; I --- Diarrhoea ant TDmor knifebeok

homes of their own, with growing calmly. "He's the longest-tailed horsein entered a compartment of a car marked A his MAN knows.should-bo Yonkers sure he's right, then follow S TOVCQL TIN WARtHouaE Mississippi CANCER its five.Elm Dr.Streel.OratI.j-B..b Cincinnati..Ohlw..

i families around them. She still cher the State, and I had to give a long I "Son fumatori." I don't smoke myself Sttsm .JUTIPUU.t, .

ished her fond dreams of something price for him on that account I knew and abominate the compartments that THE enterprising speculators FRNISHING GOODS.Lanupu. Cordial
Oil. Grate. Oran S8 a day. Sample* worth ".n
better but her faith in the prince's you would want him anyhow, and I are filled with nasty smoke or nasty or Seattle have been laying out subdivisions Itcware, <'ntlery and Siverar.Mannfnctorer f5to Lnp"not under bone-'feet.Writ*
coming began to waver a little. could him BO far from town that it will soon bo difficult of FL.AI& : TIN. *i I iioten co.,a.eza.a.WAX1 .
Such get cheaper than
could smokers. On the OAI/VAMZfcll _
you reaching
compartmentI This n.m
to determine where Boston ends and IRONWAE s
was the state of affairs when Herman yourself. I always like to in (ifflce.t accommo- saw the dim light, against the window Seattle begins.-Chicago News. Send for Cfctalopne and Price Lift. and ,
Moulton fell head over heels in lo'ewith date a friend." the figure of a lady, and also S city call on in. MEMPHIS. TEMKESSEC.CJSAMl ..II NewLw. PENSIONS FOp t1dow
opposite ..
her. THEHE are ten thousand men in the United THIS pArKa tS witU. Write at to J. ForlaNDte
r "Well, take off a little the the of oc 1 Mc..rlau4 .ln"J"DC
entreated lady figure a and
any way man
States who would xaii PAr
; lie was only a farmer, but he at once set out for Africa PROPRIETORS IJ .
? handsome and W2ll-to-do was Herman. "I do want him, but near the top of the masculine figure on exploring expeditions i they only had -

couldn't and Jessio{ that is a monstrous price. Why, ho protruded a lighted cigar.I the money to go ahead This want of WHITEPINEI.1NI9SENT MEMPHIS TENN. .

help liking him. When he wouldn't bring fifteen cents at auc- was about to say to the figure that money is one of the reasons why so manyof EUCATIONAL
proposed there was a curious sensation our enterprising men remain at home IeflYILLZ.IY.MILITART
in her bosom as of tion. held this lighted cigar, in the best and unknown.-Detroit Free Press. never falls t cure Khenouftlim VCD Wholesale Fresh Li Eounakabl. ".lt b7 ,ACADEMY. _
something : "' let.PACKING
hopping "Not Swelllnt C
a cent. Italian Drla.
quietly answered Joe. or French I could: "This is a Neurllla.
around there. She began to think Ax : MBIDJU Frded Feet Etc. Etc. Ln
that Three hundred dollars or I him." 'non-fumatori' English paper states that"women aro ?ft4O. BUSINESS -
her heart had moved at last but be Herman keep compartment" But I too much inclined to touzle the hair," a AT DR GGIS8. *5 Crxrs.MEDICRE LI'M'V'( COLLEE
t it was only her gizzard or may roan d./lIe knew he was was very much afraid that my Italian statement that most married men will In CO. Memphis COLD yuORDERS avw %% wm ld M&PI.
; ,
perhaps she being unmercifully cheated, but Jes would constitute to him a reason for arresting dorse.-Tho Ham's Horn. : PEXMAAAIIIP FREE. L.\.T. .P
was a little bilious and that was all. samine 9 T. N.Sole Proprietors.IF r :'ED: .
depended upon the possession me for high treason and I de STORlIE .
It was a big come-down for her to ac- of that horse. "It's not my fault.. observed the struggling YOU WANT A 10 1 Jd 8L St. '.
Perhaps some one might sisted. Presently "the train from Academy
cept a"common farmer for butcher, a ho weighed twelve AA
'instead of the king's a win her away from him by the meansof the castle drew" and behold the woman of bono to the two pounds of "if FAMILY VEHICLE UWi TENN." aUTL." .T.' : Cecila's .- Mi _
son, to whom 3IrPHh1T&ZcX.
bad sho that very animal, if he let this herself had a cigar between her lips and {.n't make both ends zncat"-American -. A le comfort*and&ID
so looked
long bug ,
forward, but she chance Grocer. .f study oomprebenBlre.. pr etlc .
was tired of slip. Joe himself was unmar- the man was without his. I then felt Mrtor dTMiUre Manic and Art. KvtryfttMatton -
waiting and felt half inclined ried, and quite THE of time BUGGY or ROAD CART, anji. Mia&refinement of .ewon
to do it. good-looking, too. So that my helpfulness toward the lady whirligig reverses some k.aN. Mini manDer.Ie.
She thought that for he paid tne price, in things completely. Thirty years age, in One Ten or a Carload at Chfapr price j ,( Le M4 .. en&lnlnl eTer .oi"
Herman's sake she outrageous as it was, endeavoring to shield her from tho than ever known, write at W. S.IIRL'CE un.ur."ed. T.enty.I. a
-__- could exchange h-r this country, old masters sold their slaves ; -V. 1. I A.mu4 .bpd
and took & CO ( and aund.
the Tenn. jet t51T Uws ClalTbte
pre-historic fmpbi. u awl
crow-bait of smoke would r
c imaginary royal palace for the sub..tantial ravages cigar ha\o at auction. Now we frequently see "old price, and large FREE tkelrfru "u4 tW-r11.-. .O..c
farm-house at the cross-roads with home with him. been meddlesomeness. My gratitude e .ym wnu. FOOD .,'or. "a.'ol I\.r-.F 8urxaiORES8. 'Cecilia Academy and \UTwe.T.DI" .
As soon as he arrived Norristown Herald. .C.U..t.. ,
only there he put on however, for desisting became greateras noiLEKS. _
: a passing regret Besides it SHAFTING,. IU4. r. Ry & .
was the brand new wedding suit I Valley, Ntea. Pups, m LI..lle pvSp u 'S. WlMIRI Roanoke
that had noticed
1 getting to be high time for her to been that throughout the A BALTIMORE girl has gone insane be IntplraCor. .te PIaattion. *- t. ALL,Cot"$$. 4> 09.,P&I.,5RUSSELL M_ CollegeIN
t, something or other if she marry some weeks in readiness, bar- journey between Naples and Rome this cause she wasn't born a man. She ncvrbad I Mill .. THE
ed to do so, and the ever intend nessed in his ancient prize and started lady and gentleman smoked the same t meet the rent nor shave, nor sjrve ATLAS ArltdDr.IIRON ; Several Can.for MOPMTAKf
come. prince mfg7t never for the residence of Farmer Rose. HemE'ant cigar by turns. I was glad that I had on suspenders a jury" nor with pay a a poll shingle tax, nor fasten but her she ENGINES &cojS YEAM80K Special Depart attention to Bn Dr.,lUh. prc Ala Duale ellae

But the fiery charger to make Jessamine marry him at spared myself from interfering in a diiln] 't know when she was nai wow UADT. spoken. .Lar lJ nirr. Jnlaae oal.
the whose tail swept once, according to agreement before the united domestic It is orMerchant E.KANDE.E Jt.CO..Memyhla.Tea. rb' ampr"a 8tudent from iZStameP.Ind.Tt.r..Japsn and Mcxl-
ground! Could she give that too? felicity. perilousfor Tra\"eler. .m .. ... e. Gndn.te Ip State,. Kxpen e. for nine
1\0. up old ruin! bad time to die on his hands a third tocomo between S IF TOO WAIT TOCX PI". A iL" to .*00, nclodln.tnltlon.
husband .
never. She a .
could bid adieu to tho and leave him still I A CR VCKER and a biscuit trust Is the latest Cotton FREE from aU..ELL_ "ILt. et. ?HTH8IMICK OINS 8 'bar
prince with his jeweled crown and He without a wife. and wife.-Chicago Advance. business combination. 1 is proper to FARMERS 'ni KNAPPED oi -aaai.a'PA.L.. .A.LON, 'uG I,. II"tr.tP. (.. Iogiie.eI 'dlre.. JUIJITS
gor- there rresldent.
geous palace-if she got at last though he almost :iY that too great a trust biscuits has i.' lS-CUT.adnl". SALX. VIRUI4
ever got the despaired of it rokcu many a happy home.-N. Y tba HIGHEST on a cln The
a great times be- lip
chance-without a many -Sometimes a man says a good thing: I .h&rp.nM Q PENSION BillK3ii&iMJr8ieSiES5
murmur; but the fore the journey Commercial Advertiser. SHARPEN PENSIONS SUMMER; RESORTS.
was I .6iNCSw6uMi
accomplished. Old ,
stately horse with the prearrangement and without S
long and
hair she silky Uosinante couldn't be argued out of a IF you should sco a boy run .I NO FALL CO., I -
must expectation of what he messenger
and having said L
would Mf T ,
have appear mphu .
or the slow walk all ninr when there it .Rm Cott. Ez'ce.
"word "Miss" should be by the eloquence of a six- in print. A man in search of information I was no causo for thatwould GRu | : GRAYSON SPRINGS
graven be
upon her foot ash bean-pole. a phenomenon; but if you should HOTEL
monument Apparently there called on one of the best- S(him running when tberea's cause for mn na t mPATENTS____ .t (CAPACITy B0a)

So she 'shyly confessed in were no more joints in that horse's legs meaning men in the city. lie found i that wold b miracle.-Ebnira Gazette I BOB LORD layer Te Saratoga of to;BoatbwMU A
answer than there are in a 8oath. P'rse from all form of raaJart' W
Herman'1 hand-spike, and
Passionate plcadine, that she his him at his desk, and the question w i i Now COMES the girt in I TOBACCO. FiT kT ) Mala. any for o}
ad indeed every movement was suggestive of a asked. "I don't pretty [ cmfor 3C&CVTACTtPZD ST P. L GUIL&AIJTOOT. X. KI Fever.JaDndlo.DI'P.1. )" \11 Duaads
aid care more for him than she funeral. know any thing about ML- summer rostume. under wht; I WSAXZ MM PAnS. jm i a Address w.T.n Ir \ 'a l'ti' tt!'nmbh'ellbit' *v. P ni f '
.. for. notels or even for chocolate it," he replied. "Go into the next room runshiiUo.; Whatever may happen C Gn _.prt.(aLJO.- ,
caramels) ; and told that she almost felt I Jesse didn't look remarkably pleased and ask -. lie is an en .ydopE' ia ofevery tbo.ioungmau is perittll to I WAT STRONC, AVFOMN .. .. ,* Tufts PAI.. & .k
tDclln d she saw him drive up to the door. the fence heo her pass i'I't likch I see M U A.r lAW' DO Y- LIP.T 1- Pt.. "
to Street. JE A.N.K.F.
lortgg her thing: that inight tQte forgotten," \ TESM. I I
pnwpcctf vf igle* la \ beart pi hearts! .
.ChicAb Tribune [aiture.Wor'L I i ", Sn WIIEYwfltTIru TO
I MT4T5 Vtlrkt.raJI.
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