Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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: FLORIDA STATE NEWS. the fame bursting out all over the Mrs. Mary Collins, of the Tustanooga 1 Wednesday the residence r r
at days in .
inmates but evening county jail: Nancy Turnes. for .31.1'UTtif mmt..t.h'or South Florida. The goods have already y
out safely, neighborhood
got peacefully breathed I her of
hous Chnuncey Wells, in Ylior City. Rev. j I assault .
aggravated three ,
there waano time to save any of the last breath on the night of September I J. Sale : months in Two larse green houses ami a mail order begun arriving and are cheaper than

ULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES IN furniture. h. 189'' Mrs. Collinsas theof widow t otliclating. I' county jai: Allen Stephens, larceny ; picking house. with complete faciil-j ever.
I The dredges are work under $ was given sixty days in the j lots of
doing { ities for handling plants
i heavy j
CONDENSED FORM. mlialJ RioS N' Mr. Thomas (Collins who lie43eal.s seven wM tat ailSherman This scribe became forty old
I' out IIKI tons of sand hour county ? Turner, assault und the Palm yea
i at Royal
since. ir are going nursej j
_ Eu Gall can row l boast of the great- nay: they will make with this appropriation battery, thirty days in county jail. rios. up Wednesday, and was cheEre on his
e of artesian wells of any a channel of journey through life very kind
L flrllN 1 of Utile or No Inttrenf, But Hap. river. We have now r-irvwi I',1it' .Si'iril. bar. twenty- across the GeorgeV.. Anderson left Oran.lo on' Reasoner Bros., of Royal Palra nurse- remembrances from friends.

z Itenlngii "All the Same," From Different place on thIndian irithin| radius of two miles An unusual crop of tleas has been developed :'1 the 1st of September for !Minneola. I"kt ties Manatee are shipping a very extensive -I[ Amongst other stera a
completed a Th". : rEeivf
Farts of the State, Prepared by in some of the dwellings of our su-ainer. Ma.xou brought in county. When last seen lIt was on the collection of rare fruits and ornamental -i t modest friend him a -
: -. ):dlto,Scissor. twenty-two lowing wells. town snice the fire. ;|(! Thuinday' 1\l'l hundred aud ninety little Sand Lake road just beyond Johni tret for the of the [ pocket knife gave and the printers W'otnhom
The is tied at John McAllister's 1 bales of the son's old mill four bound ,
I ; o.t..tt (LztE.? Geor&na up The insurance inspector came last Saturday y.baccu. largest shipment I nllt' southwest of Tampa Bay tropical j the Leesburger establishment hima
wlBrf in the creek, where she j (ever received at th. port, besides i three1Jlwn.t Orlando. The young man had interests Hotel gave
and the losses rr()w t Ii.I'ruf. umbr he
adjusted splendid Ha. For these
promptly gifts
: Two dredges are at work on the Haul. stay fotbome time. She came in j b\l"s for immediate shipment at Minneola, and was going back there'
over cut ] and deepening it. wi by the fire with Messrs. Stilingit Taylor j I North. lot I to in B. C. Graham a Ice- returns sincere thanks, and hopes that
widening harbor without touching and, as she alsi a of fruit, general merchundise i put a crop of tomatnto"Ht> is about tldin'no
J. A. Bostrom will have on his Bosarve draws more witer than any other boat the only parties who had insurance. i' j I ::r.J !"H'rl passengers. -2 years old.l height KM pounds, height *ture before the Young People's Christian i the lonor may live to enjoy in happiness -

grove a larger crop of oranges than last m the comps service, we hope erelong A few boxes of precocious Indian Her -,i Ov .1' feet 1 inches sanilshair,frt''klt. face .A/sociation last evening. His subject t ald prosperity twice a many birthdays -
from ,ttTs are g.tin I.ter everjday, He "The line of work for the Christian a have passed over his bea.
; I .tar. to see then all plying the tranquil oranges were shipped Rockledge and ever'knew a satchel with straps over hii.tshouhderantl :i \as.
; a large flock of wild ducks was waters of the Gallie river. this week; also several crates of lemons ;i are now we also carried a bundle.! Association," ant! he covered enough ; ,.tm1eehico1z Tim(. ,
-. them at this smal t
ncticed atSeabrook Monday flying south. Eu and limes. :I'aOD.Tom. Should any one hoar of tuch or ground to furnish a work for our young The brig Echo fifty days out from the
: The large tank at the Coquina was fin- Capt. Rice has all the piles driven for "ilt'r.,! of Plant City, called on if any one meets him. they alltr"I. at. 1 people to engage in this fall and winter south coast of.Africa, arrived a few days
..xBf& lied Tuesday liy J. M. Davis, of Palat- tHe new dry dock and about half of those In France, instead of suing a newspa ,! ,U:to-day. He says the orange crop, in- once notify WM. if.: HOWKU. 'that will not only give them a betttr cince. .

ka. It holds 4 .'TOO gallons and will L for the new wharf and warehouse. The per for lib. the offended arty chalfenges ,e uding th- Lite or June crop, wi not I C )rando. Fla. I i'I'llffit \new of Christian life, but will lx if earnestly : Dr. Ru.sh. in speaking of the health ofpalachicola.
informs that he will have his to fight a duel. In i ,
ns one-half of the last I'oltlltll I IXIII.K I
supplied by from a ( : year's yield. 1"t. 1 out an impetus to |
; ( carry j\ there i is no
3 or
wild-mi power ,
: inch artesian wt.l. is all in running contract uinishiedthe first of next week. Florida, the editors are al such htloateilbombholders i The proK-ibilitk'; :':: are that al, or nearlyall. : Ed. L. Owens of the Pascu "u\nt\ ]th1 along many years. Tw<) causes1 I'1' Mckness in the says city. No ltl in the

; order.Tituxrillf.. I The carpenters will commence their and the are so prejudicial -,' of the late crop will l>e caught by I abstract office, has just complete 1 a very however paralyse efforts made for I' country can show a better health
;,4 o r. work as soon as the piles are all placed. to them, that suing them pays (cold ami ruined and that will bring the f>at and accurate abstract '.f all the1! systematic (or nlethodic.' as the speaker record. up

The fishermen: of South Lake are doing Sharks are very abundant since the infinitely better than fighting them. ,crop to a-quarter or maybe less lands in this county lielonging to the 'termed it) line of action. The tIne is bi--!

inlet has been opened. Three, measuringover able readers Tin have begun I Orange Belt railway. monthly meeting,, which fail to boll I lard.are out announcing the marriageof
a thriving business, large quantities of We hope to be to give our : {telephone company the clo r. i:. Cotter to Miss Ada Hill
bream; being brought to town every eight feet each, were caught a few to-day some information in nft'rt'ncl' i distiihulmg tu-ir! juiles. and in a few I Pasco county must not be left in the >e attention of members that" on the evening of October 1st. The Times

4-i, night. OI catches of mullet are also evenings ago, and afforded great fport to the rebuilding of the burnt district of i days we will begin to talk to our neighbors rear at the Alliance exposition at Ocala. weekly i is the omis.-ion meeting* of always t\.1: the for other ,' extenfls congratulations in advance.
to the tenderfeet. town but unable to do so. The i in otuices.'I Our people should at awaken to the ': a meeting any
i reported in the ii n'r.TI our are sitting our separate once Who is there among our citizens that
cause made
L 1 first bhipment of ereen tuitle for l.n'l Tiio',1k'ul'fraf. non-resident owners of lots have not al' he F. C. .I S P. I R. business has increased importance of being properly represented i music preparations! essays w nt- I says the Guards don't mean business?

r 8'aam was made a few days ago. We hear of many big phosphate deals Len heard from, and those who \ to such extent that they are and unremitting efforts to secure rarely tel stand practice.l the test talkscontt'IIlat'1) i, At their regular meeting la \\-ene

-b They were caught in the lagoon by Mr. around Williston recently. But best of prefer to wait till some Bothers bi il.ling an addition of U; feet to their exhibits of eery kind should begin im upon the regular course.'e agree with day night they all. without a

,., John McCarthy and his son Dick who report all for that rich section, the railroad thatis take the initiatory steps toward rebuild-' warehouse which will make the whole mediately. the speaker that perfect senting voice, held up their right hands

the saw fish! and sharks still to numerous to connect Pemberton Ferry with the ing. The resident l lot owners do not ,strt.turt r.i-1! feet long. ] We are pleaded to see that Dr. N. A. should be mad* first and organization a regular j i and were sworn in as state Then

to turtlesuccessfully as the large North is being su\eye right through wish to go ahead and put up a different Brandon StatiJ on the F. C. & I'. R.R. I Willliams, of Itran is apjxjinted i-I' course be carried on. Committees 1 j like brave little Sprtt. trp. with-

: fish make sad havoc with thf nets.Mr. Williston, Heal estate wi go up, way class of buildings from those likely to 1 ., now boasts of a conveniently arranged rector of the department of j be active in work and earnest :houJ (out a single signed the

up. terribly up. be erected by the other lot owners. So thirty by forty feet, and the grand alliance to held for \ muster roll.
Lawshe, the popular ex-agent of depot exposition b endeavor shoul'h a higher tone m
he .1..T. & K. W. H v, at this place, It is with pain we chronicle the deathof the mater stands. The prevailing sen- Fd lgar Finch has been installed as a ent.Ii1t at Ocala. ; true Chr This higher tone is I The Franklin Guards stand second to
little Eb, son of II. S. and Georgia among our resident lot owners night at about ten o'clock there the l > no company in the state, the largest
came in on the train last Thursday even- I ". the result of our n doing for nfit -
Sutton, which occurred at Ocala on Tues and business men, is, to put up nothingbut -I.dic.n J-thly (UIUfllul" I company in number, the
ning, and was welcomed by his many o He l&tf and fiist-class buildings of' I I in look
tarn 19 fire-proof and
friend Mr. Lawshe is now occupying day. was Sept. mill. The facts as far a could l he learnedare train from Riyer Junction I Humphries and family antI several other company : courage-
10 brick, cement or coquina.Vt' J was nearing well it has been
died Sept. 1890. hope by not buk of
follows C Williams owed many
as in attendance
: George Braidentown
from -
of were
the position traveling Sanderson threw brick in
'L agent a a a
passenger next issue to be able to give interesting tramp I tli made
I for the Georgia Southern & Florida, and J. B. Epperson of Williscon, has purchased information. !JH Martin Booker twenty cents and Martin window of the locomotive. The engineer and the attendance from Manateewas I, (m ar" rapid move
the of Dutton & Co., asked ; : : ments. Although,their bodies a?a rule,
the Macon & Birmingham railroads store Porter (George to paj" up. But it seems fortunately at that moment had but not good a it .
: at this place and took charge of the U FI",i" ( 1M do had stopped yetgo I are brave enough. hut you Lnw that
/"It (" ,1'1 i 'r, Cieurgt not care to so. They down
Uesi-lb the accident reported last week 1'1' to turn a cock, and the missile I ha\e ben. occasionally the bravest bodies are runoff
to Mr. Brown on the railroad dock, two same yesterdIV..tn'tlla Six men only have registered at this some; words about the mater. and final missed his head, The train was going : Seyera parties with surplus capital : with by a pair of legs.

other very narrow escapes from injury JWtJij7friff./ precinct. Of course all the old nariu s The ly George bail entered drew a the;pi.stol Martin. rapidly at the time, s that the enginewas discussing the advisability Ours is Company C.scary, belonging the

or death na.'e recently occurred on the The Governors proclamation does not axe there. left cheek, and passed fleshy through part the of skin the I not stopped and the miscreant es erecting a canning factory in Dade City.It third battalion, occupying the center t of

, dock on dark nights. Two employees of interfere with Peace river phosphate. There are }'people who say they have and came out and inflicted a wound in, I cap. has been demonstrated that no proP-I'i the five companies ad is, therefore, the

the steamboat company have been un The royalty of $1 per ton will nt be seen the check for f 12,000 paid to one tll, left shoulder, where the ball lodged. I rattlesnake was seen on our
pleasantly surprisf different times on paid.From of our local phosphate prospectors.. The wound was not serious. No arrest streets yesterday. I was in a wooden : vestment, if properly and inb.lgenty i is commanded by Maj. \'illiams, of
nights stepping on large. snakes Bartow to Funta Gorda down tax. That's where like to find 'em. !; : We trust that i Pensacola, whom will remember
-I dar The Hon. George Carew has bought hns bet n made. It is presumed ;i iGeorge managtl you
to l lJ moccasins. Peace river will l he solid ( tnt Isikt. City Tiitniri-0 I'litnt. I to cite this, as one of the here with the Rifles
mining was
&UI.tltO valley, a five acres of land, on Lake Verona, from ; skipit-tl| ] (n the excuision hal F.ambi during
I The guava industry is now a very town in less than five years, if thingsdon't Mr. Gillman. He i is having it cleared norliing. Both parties are colored. :; Rev. Mr. Davis has in hi,lot a peanut |I 10st important antI best paying in- the riot.
the Indian river. They ; plant, which measures eight feet and 'dtistries of Dade City.
promising one stop. by the Budd brothers. The safe of the Gulf Coast Fish & Ice The new cemetery will noon be ready.

... : grow readily and ln-ar plentifully but One thousand dollars] woith of phosphate What do you think of uranyes on a Co. was ;t.ll'l from their ollice at the j three inches across. Judge:J > Corn well wfut to gi\e one There i is to be> some ditching done yet.so ,

owing T<> their lack of firmness to stand leaves Arcadia every morning. tr planted( this : There ui-1 sevcrab foot of'hlin trl.t Tuesday night.I' Capt. Baya i is daily receiving assurances -' hundred dollars and r. Lightfoot twen- tl the grounds will be drained during

transportation little attention has l been Maj. Singleton is pushing things!and deserves ( young trees YEar tearing a (' \ Th.' safe was taken! out of a window of a hearty support from many 1 tv-tive dollars towards the purchase of'the ,the rainy season. It is expected that
-' ';. given to their culture. There is now a niut:!. credit.A three oranges. They look as they very little larger than the safe ant low- [I who have heretofore affiliated with th Oak Grove as a town rark.Vh t ,this cemetery will l he ready shortly

ready demand! for them throughout the car load of men passed down to were going to hold the fruit. eret I i into a I N>a L A small 1 part the ;; independent movement. will assist there )gentlemen? when the old Chestnut street cemeterywill

,; state, and only that a limited few.years supply.he Oneparty allowed work at Hulls, the phosphate works Dr. Parsons "howto us a smal pebble i j safe was founo back of the garrison,and i I The fact that Lake City isagroovingi i i' Dr. I DeTar has a pair of htdhtadtllj': L closed.I .
z reports a ago
- ; of them to rot on the ihe place was formerly known as the the other day, with had no | the boat was found floating about in the i j tvn, i!apparent to homeseekers. It is eagles in a cage m his yard. Wtrl' S.iiifii iI J It J.rurrumt.
quantities : hl
: ground. A demand was established and Hail place or Hail Lake. difficulty in cutting glass. He said he 1:, bay. The safe Iontainet$70.40 in cash difficult to obtain a dwelling house for 1 taken from the nest of the Whl'I doctor:young awl by a ,I As the days shorten and grow colder l ,

z increased, until last year he was pleased The contract will be let to the best bidder could cu all the glass there i is in Fort and few pajiersof litle or no value. 1 i j, rent, and very" little property is advertised -, senteti grateful to patient him. They are majestic pre and |'j the ranks of grass widowers grow visibly<

k to get fifty cents a bushel, and this year : for building the First Baptist churchof Meade with it. Asked as to what it is. "Smith fl"i'iitn; //'i/iii'.1, for sale. ', valued at foO, and are worth a vioit to i smaller.

: he finds ready sale for his crop, which i is Arcadii next week. he said it is impure carbon. 1[le asserted I Lust week Ed. Coram showed us a I Mr. W. B. Knight {fathered from one see. The general appearance of the city is

quite extensive, at forty cents a peck. Fort Ogden at last caught the that he has found a genuine diamond in i sweet potato from his garden that i and one-third acres of land sixty.seven ;1 hetng much by the cutting
t ha Fort Meade. It will be if in I J. O Fries, county surveyor of Orange3ounty : improve
rtI'kalll. s vine I bushels of corn, and the land not cf j ,
from was down of
-I'A pine-apples are still coming in boom. The largest phosphate works in addition to mineraltreasuresvf weighed pounds, grown a |j Fi, >t ;i. surveying the phosphatelands. .! we'I cleaning up of
t__ from the farms down the river. : the! river valley i is being put up down had our diampnd mine.: phosphate Ilantt.lla t May, on white sand scrub extraordinary quality either, but then He n ..-> l 1oen in the business for i streets. ,
Mr. ; is
there informed. We will don't look like it would "sprout Knigut a good farmer. i
so we are lnt of E. R. Trafford
Sweden and in this The resignation
; E. Knox late telegrapher for thirty-five years m a
i- \Wiit River ,Steamboat have to go down and see to be con\ince. lair IVattr jfl(' peas.' Who s-iys Florida sand won'trw The Lake City Institute opened with i ,country doing much Government sur- pre'si'fent of the Sanford Loan and Trust

J -;' resigned that position to company charge Just think of a few years a,o The guava crop is new in its prime. ; anything? an attendance of sixty-rive, and several !, veyinsrfor the U. S. He i is al"luainte,1with company has been accepted. Dr. Hask-

', : of the night work in the accept Palatka office, was doomed to desolation, but \\e now : and the chief employment with many <.f (\.1 Alex. B. Sibley has invented an young ladies have arrived during the : the phosphate men, expects them f''ell, so lung ant favorably known in connection -

) where he is now located. see her rising. She sank down in orderto the ladies is putting up fruit and jelly an oar that does away: with the wrist I week with still more to follow. Ataut ,down next week, and says that they will I the South Florida R, R.
get a good spring up. For natural for "future reference." motion in and! feathers itself in twenty of those here now :Ul from other begin work soon. lw been appointed acting president.On .

J Skilled labor is scarce now that buildingoperittions beauty Ogden cannot be excelled; for Mr. W. N. Campbell has the finest and pv.lling. "'cunt seen a working model point By next wek attendancewill Last Thursday Mrs. I. DePew heard I October 14th the J. T. &. K. w.

have taken such a start. health, not equaled.] We have a love best matured oranges ever: seen I here at 1 and think it is a "big thing." The Colonel doubtless run up into the eighties r calf and of railroads run a home-
,. : Inquiries for carpenters are constant) for the old hill and we can't get over it. this season of the year. He has already! i is quite an inventive genius and we and the hundred mark be reached by the her hastily;picking harking near a rake she ran::>en.to system seekers excursion at wi single fare for

4 I being mude, and Mr. Bunnell KwlinnircGov. I.ldo'. made a shipment of full-grown and well- wish him great success. time the sessions work is wel begun. what wag the trouble.up By the time she t.t the round trip with the privilege of

;a almost impossible to get the help he requires Fleming has appointed E. N. Fell colored fruit for which he can reasona-I The Railroad Commission ordl.t't the The little son of Mr. L. Etlwarils.while was half way to the dog she hvanl the I stopping off at any point south of Jack

in his plastering without sending and W. S. Chan.Jler to be county commissioners bly expect a fancv return. passenger: rate on the Iarhor engaged in a wrestling match with : rattles of a snake Ioultlin. which sonville. This will be a most excellen
.for men. of the Florida a Wednesday, was thrown South and should
playmate to
away, for-this county. While the ladies at Mr. S. 1). Harris' dh-bill proved to be a ratltslakt. anda opportunity come ,
: Our friend Tom Johnson of LaGrange Diod suddenly at Narcoosee, on Sept. were truavas Tuesday, their i: way reduced from : cents per mile ful. and by some means had. his leg broken I Iaoc'the : llo'vitin the rake turt'll the atten- betaken advantage of.

; showed. an orange tree that had paid 13: ISHI) Sarah Evans for fourteen years kitchen preserving roof tick fi.'e. j j fare all Jj cents a mile half fare knee. I lion of tl'e snake from the dog to the On Saturday morning last, Mrs. Carne -

I 4 him riot less than twenty dollars faithful and valued servant to Col. I cents a mile full fare and : cents a mile We regret sincerely to have to record I woman but it did, not have time to look hey Gei'ser. daughter of Mrs. Ivey

t Xfiir; since coming into bearing pr tl. E. Cad man, of The Bungalow; Nar- Miss Lizzie Giles left for I-eesburg yesterday I! half fare to go into dfl'l on Monday, th* death of ( 01. J. M. Dudd.! editor of '! long. for a few more blows with the rake ')f Sanford: breathed her life away at.

commenced bearing fourteen years ago. coosee. She wa buried at the cemetery.Narcoosee for the purpose of taking another -] Sept., S. l"iiO. the Reporter, which occurred at his residence i" I finished the snake. Mrs. DePew dragged the home of her mother. She had been

He plantf-Hl the tree himself. on Sunday, the 14th, and"a course in the Florida, Conference Col- "" U','..rI. r.Tht'tIUt.tiun in tins city, on Thursday last the !j' it to the house, placed a rope around. its a long and weary sufferer, and had borne
large congregation assembled at the lege.Miss : -1'I.li. ISth inst., of consumption. neck and secured it to a stake until next patiently the inroads of that remorseless -

.c.* Master Luis Depew, one of our young funeral to pay the last bad tribute of lola Rogers left for Lake City I 1 of establishing a bank in Tlllt"I"I" {I I morning, when she skinned the snake disease, consumption until it se

.: f piscatorial: had a rather novel last Thursday, to take voar's course in i! Madison has l liven fr"juently spoken of, A number of our merchants have and stretched the skin on a board is nUlo its victim and carried her to the

: t-xppi ienee in angling a few days ago. respect.Dill H. James has left on our table a the Female Institute there. II i j I but: with no definite ac.ion being taken large treating their business houses to j' having it to shopeDIl' what :woman ant Jra\"e. She was 20( years of age, hav-
-- He was fishing for Crevalle from Wa I until recently, which amounted to no bn and leaves babe
_ b of stalkof \ she found cn married, now a
vegetable curiosity in the shape a A new orange buyer has bt''l tra-1 i' coats of paint. It helps th*> looks can do. Last summer a large
: ger's dock when a noble specimen beans containing nine s. The podsare versing these precincts lately, and those ,. tangible shape being assumed in the of wonderfully and ethers who j rattlesnake under the house which she ", which will be cared for by its grand
I f sh took the l hait. and in his ; that the
this gamey) location of his each about two inches long, nearly who had not alreadly disposed of thdr I matter. But now it appears enterprise thint"done so should LriheJ up at i| shot with a 8hatgun.c often hear ladies | mother.An .
the \
rapacity misjudged : black in color and the outidt of the pod crops had an opportunity of doing so at has been placed! in such a position Use the paint and whitewash \ say, "Oh. mmmc. I coul hi't kill a epidemic of suicides has broke n
throat and the bait, hook, I that we can almost it i is assured, onle ;, "
j alowel ant velvet.J. say That is all ft'itli.iirmess.Vomn Berlin.
the nobles of
closely resembling slightly advanced( ; crush make the city snake. out among young
line to blip through his gills \!tn bunch of fgul'ovpr It\-t I :1,1 "i ln in operation as soon as the llraly.aII It'1: learn do those who
W. Hampton gave us a 1 heretofore paid. I bright i en must th.1 they can a great According to all the accounts,
seized j
the bait was instantly by anothEr: the of'' requirements of the law are met in getting atrcl that C )ii. I
product things they : have themselves into the unknown
t, hungry Crevalle who was firmly hooked Niagara rpl'S Tuesday The ".\xe! arrived at this port Sunday I it under headway.The A number of our farmers have visitt|;' many' say my helped
vine which the last i .- hereafter could well I
only planted
a was I ant.Suuih spared,
in the muuth. Both of the fish, which afternoon, and the "Sophie" twen the city during the week and all report j ,
first of The I bank is a work on thearteian I of the dissolute
of January or February. certainty It that they were
antI weighing ataut six ty-four hours later,both laden with merchandise a shortage in the cotton crop. ",..1'/ T'I': appears
were lJtlle fruit were perfectly formed, handsome ) well is going bravely on ant the ( class of nobility, and had never
t ; pounds were landed and the lad specimens, and it was hard to rlJlzl from Mobile. construction of the F. M. & G. is Our merchants are receiving large l lots II One R. \ Coleman alias Christian, lone anything more than to lead fast

proceeded home with his catch without that such specimens would Our old-time valued neighbor, Mr. being pus-lied a fast as circumstanceswill of fall and winter goods. claiming be a Baptist minister from lives and run in debt for gambling, racing -
trouble of his fish. after having-succeeded in fleecing -
having the stringing short a time from planting. John S. Hart has once more struck admit. These are three new enterprises Mrs. Geo. P. Raney anti children and Georgia and vicious living generally. The
his friends
I J. S. Watson & Co. nave rente.the The lightning played havoc over in Florida soil, being now a resident of the for Madison which willie important Mrs. Geo. W. Walker and child, a"vomI quite a number of Baptist worltl will never miss such men.
t from \ wood to
p1 old Allen building Iwar th{ rairoa Shingle creek last Saturday. It struck Caximbas region.Ve: arc very glad to factors in her future prosperity. uiied by Mrs. Lamar, returned home last Bushml.night Oriole was ar-in I..It, JIjr Xetr'.
the of Mr. demolish hear this, as we do'that no The little 5-year-old daughter of Capt. re.ttl Sunday
; are now receiving new crop orangt'sI dwelling Campbt1. believing yesterday.E. Pa-sco plead guilty to the charge On l*>ing asked his opinion or the out
:nl state offers to Florida I' and 1). Griftin died in Madisonlast county
it entirely. It the residence superior Mrs. W.
shipping. ing als 6trck ad\antaJt' A. Bryan has purchased a l lot inLI1 I of forgery before Judge Simmons at look for oranges, he mentioned that his

Major C. E. of Mclrose, Fla., of Mr. Freeman, doing considerable ant that an orn grove in this I Saturday. Grove Addition and wi at an early Bushnell"an I was in default of tand.lodged crop in the Leesbiirg groves was larger
Wiett and Mr. Freeman vicinity, nd a farm on "the I Mrs.[ Eliza Henrietta Palmer, wife of
I is in town. inclined to damage shocking ": vegetable ay have er'lt1 a neat and behind the bars Monday[ than last year, and that prices were very
. settle on ndian 6tron/I. and a boy. The full particulars and theextent islands! one affording employment for j 1). L. Palmer, died at her hOle, four comfortable residence.B. evening to await the action hl'rt of toe much bigger than last year. Mr. Fabyan
of the have been summer and the other for winter, miles from Madison[ last Thursday. Her brnt
Rol'esth B. Doss shot himself[ at Metcalfe, We learn that he is intends putting in irrigation next year,
: The Indian River Guards met at the unable to ascertain. problem of successful fruit a I vegetable -!, death anti was under .
( 1 was'ry unexpected steel
about Ga., last Saturday evening: from the effects -; other county for like offenses under, I and has already taught two large
culture. the circumstances sad ort
I court house answering Monday to evening the roll call.i J1M J""H'l Cortf'. a peculiarly of which he died three days ,later. 'i the guise of a Methodist! minister. I boilers with pumps to match, and a
twenty-five Oxford- -)lr.- 1"'tI 1r ('4pm flit reiul. one. Domestic trouble was the cause. large amount of pipe. He expects t>y
Died last at ,
was the on Thursday < ( Mr. S. J. Temple, of Temple's Mills,
i The organization con'pletr D. B. after full of 1.'?/;,1.1)1.1 .4.Tt' : I irrigation to almost double his crop next
r constitution and by-laws a opttl and J. Sweargan, of rheumatism of the Campbell, a summer .i.i' JIo'tr Ni ic*. we learn, is negotiating for the ptycbase
the drilled. heart. pleasure spent in various sections of the Capt.? I*. I LI lar.r has a pineapple plant E. J. '\'. Pnsot commonly knownas \ of a large hotly' of land. in the eastern ;year, and judging from the results of

company The farmers alliance at this place helda tJnited States and Canada, returned to :j j growing in Ils yard that has full- ''Bud.. departed this Hie at Staten- portion of the county, which, i if l'unsu.I I irrigation thii year, in Mr. Buffumn's
i A personal letter from Mr. J. M. Leesburg Monday for the winter. i t\t ,strove at Stanton, it Seems highly prob
. rousing meeting last Saturday even grown pineapples on it. yule, Ga., on Saturday morning, 3lst inmate.!. w ill lead to the establishment of
Wisconsin to
a I
- cI < from Waukesha, gentle closr ing.E. Tuesday afternoon lightning struck ; John has purchased the Ac- ult. Bro. Prescott was born June Jth \ of the largest saw mills crate aDd :able.We

& jn this town says they are in just fact the.bestthey B. Fltt fnishe his new a commodious the Presbyterian church, doing considerable i 1 i ton IcLt'IMJ now to removed to 1841, and was 41!> years and 17 days old j ont,mix factory plants (nr known to this hear that the bet of |1,000) which

ag a magnificent season hotel rtidenl'o lat week, and has damace. The "telt} especially ( 8aw-uul. L at the time of his death. He united with i was offered by the firm who are buying
their country.
have ever had at moved into it this week. The building near the was considerably sliat-I I I il'U1 a. the Baptist church at Statenville and The'sentl'nce County' :2tMrOoO) taxes"of fruit in Florida this season

-tbere. Mr. Lee is in hopes to return would he a credit to any place. tered. The apex fluid passed down the southeast Tht Jacksonville, Tampa and Key was by the writer, on Monday imposed by the : has hen accepted by ten parties,
.rlY Indian River and make extenaivn West Railroad has ordered J udge Stecle lat Monday on young
I r: to the with D. H. Hart was appuinte superintendent corner of the building, leaving ragged | twenty-five after the third"Sunday in July, 1>72. i| under the influence uf I sat h puttiog in :flOO. The bet was that
|: ,i im in connection j larire locomotives for its system, and i is man who. li'IIJr.I
provernents of the Sundayschoolfor traces of its and wrenched i Bro. was an invalid for the past 1 this year's crop of oranges is as large as
t Ml hotel property at Hoklt'ge. A club MethlMlst passage getting in fine trim for a "large winter Preot made himself so disagreeable :at timerhurcim last The first betting that i: was
the ensuing year. one of the doors almost from its j 20 year s.
I house : \ashmgrton entire1' 1 business. year Sunday! night should l lie a warning -
erected :
he 0:L"kt Home has la'rge. Who wants to tat again?
wi The school l house at Orange l' hinges. Fortunately it fl.t fire ; 1 "dl'J'i \itci,>. I as
I of
forIrnesta lUl the
accommodations ,! all men our country.
: ample been completed with the exception of to the building, although the bolt passed (i "ni/a'/ 1""f'l 1"IH"f.r. The building. boom continues. to young wild oats if Mr. Jeff Sligh, of Lady Lake, who has
j who wish to indulge snipetihooting painting. The building is very neat quite near a can of oil. Two little girls | The Florida annual conference of the I Young lln. sowlur sake mother you had about as large experience any one
: and fresh water fishing afford and the patrons deserve much standing on the verandah ot Captain Methodist churchill convene in Mon- Thanksgiving is coming const qiu-ntly J' must but for the of your buyer this year, thinks it certainly will
:$" in that locality, and boats wi be structurE 7. turkeys are in market. ;: who nursed you (if you ha'-t no fear ofililnor taught
ticello has some
- #. credit for their enterprise. The building Padgets residence.about sixty feet from January for' I- Mr. Sligh already
: >jnm regularly acr&is the Indian aut Ba- would do credit to a im-ch larger place. the church, were affected by the shock, The Tavares and Gulf i railroad i is being Everybody wants the News.: Presi-1 I ( respect of 'our"ef) never go 40,1300 taxes.Mr. .
the house
:rivera, connecting with Merritts a hott Island car The school opened last Monday with very being renderp fpechll'for a tine. I e.xtviidedfron \Vaite's Junction Back I dent Ingram, of the South Florida lail- )I not near in condition to strict attention you are M. Gillett -is sending to the exposition -
as to be run across road, writes us to enroll his name. J pay
Tallulah At-
lfrom through and Mattering prospects. :l5 of Okahump Lake as f.it as money and 1 to what i is said and otherwise behave at St. Louis some samples of bear
Cteorgiana. kins i is the teacher for ensuing year, 'ka's successful orange and vegetable : build, it. Dr. Taylor has purchased thE lot adjoining ourself.i ing orange trees and other varieties.
rapid, as well as varied and pltantnetion and we Orange Home in presented' this cilice with an I the hotel property .l the went, }l visited a number of
congratulate growers of Coffeeville Miss., by
1 the hotel to the ocean ; Dr. W. ( Person, First of this They were
from and will begin the erecticfi of handsome : shipment oranges season
such an excellent teacher. this week of large size: : all fine
will be securing egg-plant very : has located in Orlando for the of people Thursday. They are speci-
where purpose j came on the Sam l'yleriVednesilav
ample }provision drug store the lumber up
,JlSel de for guests who seek diversion in Hr niiitf. ll"11 r. its diameter at the equator was 7; :, practicing medicine. He is a physician! can be sawed. as soon/ s en route for New York. !, meris,and will undoubtedly attract great
l' In Eufaula, Alabama, sweet inches, and at the poles 7 inches. In of long will doubtlesshave attention at the exposition.
potts t'xplrielct ,
r i ant 'J he Dunnellon Company are getting ,' .
1 manll'r.t circumference it measured C'J inches at tri r j
1.40 of -lr'"lt'I'11
r are quote. at f his full share 8.
. ,. It U \ill sorrow that we record the4eath Paul, Minn., they are Ilsbe. cents a the equator and at the {Miles i was '::j; ) fairy down to shipping phosphate. They Mr. J. D. Knox erecting a neat little 'i H't'ifiuJournal..
.Jaf : of onE of Titusville business men in Florida could shipa inches. News comes from Kissiuimee-to the shipping about five cars per clay j cottage on his lot in the n rth".tsttr I'j I Mrs. J. W. Harris died at Sea Breeze,
" A. Haglin, pound. I growers William This i the shipment. Last Fla., Sept. 11, in the 3oth year ot her
vIu te person of Mr. Thouins few loads the country, : effect that on last Monday 1.1 : average nihts part of tht city.
died hete at about half past twelve up they Each successive event in the history c got on the rampage and shot I j I train carried out four cars. I age, and was interred Sept. 1'*, Rev. C.
would valuable lore'l Mrs. L. II. Johnson left
I Saturday fall inst. bring returns. ot the Confen'nct College shows that as tiuls at his wife's sister with a 1 the companies begin to ship thee; will tin Tuesdayfor 1 M. Bingham officiating at the funeral
J'-. morning We hear much complaint from cotton the knowledge of the institution and its thrl'l Winchester rifle, missing her each time. I be an immense amount of money expended Palatka, where she wi remain :j ceremonies. The sympathies of the whole

'.II!Ji rTu". I growers of cotton falling olt since the work extends its popularity increases.The One of the bullets, however, took effect I with the rdlroads. as well as month visiting relatives.George I community! are with the bereaved husband -

r' The tttt of Texas landed l.rt this I recent rains.A opening of the session of 1t ln-tII( on in the leg of a little child severing an I through other sources. ; A.. son of J. B. and M. L. t tI and children.

: week 12,000 pounds weight i of gentleman from the North was surprised Wednesday was attended by a larce artery, from which death ensued from I Messrs. Griner; & Leitner's handsome 1 I Harrdl was tarn Dec. ,*'.l*f',anlllit. The lower or Halifax bridge has become -

'ttachinery to be used 1 by the phosphaw8ld. to learn we had telephonic communication number of visitors, and the new face hemonha Williams escaped.Mr. <, store received the finishing touches this in Marion. county. )1'an- j', a very popular place for fishing
It was chiefly for the Dunnellon the scholars Tli ladies and old and ,
numerous. gentlemen young
from this point to three among were Fla Sept. N. 190.
N. L. Mills, of the Sinclair it Mills week, and they be establi.llld opy .
ad companies.The in the filled I win : and and girls enjoying it. When,
other towns.Ve keep pace with the chapel new building was i is tour of the I, in i boys
I I/iinl making a new
Agency 11uarters.I' 1.t ltrt
with i: and made the bridge last week we noticed in the
to be
works are times would only I room on
'tbe1)jgoder)crt'ote for the H., ttillsy. road -isitos enquire. |I u-ertowinc by Ust of the l.\l ,[,)1 the Middle and New England states, and I'[ Last week occurred one of the most The exercises of the public !school begun catch, trout, flounders, bass, whiting,

TheIiave also on hand an \ from Terry Baldwin and George Wimbly, smaller children. cities in the interest of Florida immigration 1 brilliant weddings which the Felow.lli Wednesday with only alrfjat thirty drum, cavalha, sailor's choice lady fish,

the King iron bridge company of Balti both colored married sisters, anil, last I in guieral, and I other important i j neighborhood has witnessed pupils in attendance. The small attendt i t a stingaree, etc. It is excellent sport.
Sunday while discussing family affairs T'' p l TI ilI, matters. Mr. W. D. Graham and Miss to the fact that the '
Th-' timtar has been ordered summers. ance was owing 1 There is a grove in the first hammock
lo will at the works in a few days and things generally, they became boisterous -I I Tamp is a l live city. Our major's Frl)1 Lebanon, Ky.. comes the news Aris Carter were married at the residence opening was not generally kown. Prof. on First avenue, nearly opposite Mr.

& b and finally to settle al disputes a' those who violate the city of the marriage there of Mr. Joseph Par- I of the bride's parents. Robinson and Miss Miller are excellent Core's residence,and.we believe owned

The slumbers of the town disturbed and adjacent be- George grabbed his ritle lit into" I ordinaces on an average of l 1".l'' a wl.tk.. ramore and Miss Lizzie McElroy. of thatIIal'l. i The first really serious accident which teachers, and the school is sure to flourish" by that gentleman, that is carrying agots.I

country were rudely Perry quite liyely, leaving him badly on last Monday. Mr. Parramore : to our knowledge has occurred during under their administration. deal of fruit and is a picture of
3 o'clock" last Thursday I Samuel L. Jones this
2 and receh ed .
t-e scared and bruised.Mr. morning : of l 'apt. J. B. Parramore of this the entire this j It is beautiful orchard of
morning by the hideous of from Havana Cuba, order for '"9 1> j mining operations at i E. I. Mote, one of Leesburg's: nut luxuriance. a
*tewa whistlrs and the shrieking of bells Samuel Tolen &about completed electric light joles to an shipped at once.: ltwhil the bride is a niece of Dr. and 1! place happened during the past week.j progressive dry goods princes, returned fine, large orange trees.

.' The chief alarm was given ringing by the whistl one of the fine>t residences in the coun- L Flynn. of this place with whom j I Mr. E. C. Mclver was the victim. They this week from an extended tour with. 1 On last Thursday morning m about

I &Uht-water works, the tones of ty. His home is about five miles north- We have never 8t.1 our market. so t she spent last winter. I had been blasting with dynamite cartridges his charming wife through the '\'eter. ; one-half an hour Capt. Henry \ anDorn

\ as far Chester whiherhtut west of Fort White in one of the most .. scarce of vegetables as now.. The following prisoners were sentenced I in one of the pits. Mr. IcIer Middle ant Eastern States ail Canada. ; caught eighteen large salt water trout.

waa causeil away liv the a blaze breakingoat prosperous iieighliorhoods, being near At Oak Hill, Manatee county, l'l Saturday .: ''In'_ Judge Butt, of the criminal court, i entered before the fumes had { I They a delightful tim ant Mote The same morning Deputy Postmaster

in J. D. Lowe's" house on Calhoun the prosperous mill of V. J. Herloug. Sept. C. Daniel Gillett, Sr.. one of: '! l last Thursday : Wylie Tillis, for assault j away, and was overcome by the smoke. i combine business with pleasure by pur- John Parkinson caught six of the
: the oldest citi/ens of Florida, died. i 1 1anll of J. II.Kuck He removed to the "Marion Cafe" in the East of the I eauties by trolling a line while
tre t. The fire was well under way; The little son of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.Neal : battery: lined costs court: was 'j ca ng one speckled
when dijx-ovenxl ami the alarm given hi) of ltrong'B. breathed its la.t on j| Our genial townsman. John Moody.aim ,..1 alias J. II. (Cook fcr practicingmedicine I and received the meicl attention of f I ;est and most superb stocks and fall I rossing tli r bridge on his way to the

1 whr .the firemen arrived with the it..1, thw tlt llth iiut. Miss Gracie Knitrht \\en' married I I without license; was given ten Dr.) J. N. Taylor, : illr\in snl 1 winter dry goods ever brought tn 1iflStt)flICC.


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BR/DFORD COUNT TELEGR/PH. ( C''ii iitett.) The Mibjecl tif Hnn"lue \\-i- a n.liveofGeoisii XN- 'I K'; >P .X PECI.KK: KKSDKRED .
1 bis ciitinliy) l at heat 1 by tli.- I II I n .Siti.t-s; M tiikt-i ..Iu.Ur .4 f thf i
I' 4 All h room- -. -ilooti- :t\m\\ \ and I li.ua \ov tt). I 1W4 I H'1tlepHiteil t'cuLirt it ,t iiirluI ( li t-nit of the StAf of f loi i
-. TT othtr i h I 'isi I4.9 $ ;tsade. I fiu I 1i.. -i'' of 1 qiioiby' ic- F.akeJJuiler. jttliL. in t-liioicer f'-Hf J-i'3'lforil CV unt on thw ilUh.l.iy
-PtTflI.UIIEI: \ EEK!. T ( : it u < this I life i at his on.c In : >
TlRKE.IJUMiKOHDO'UX'JY I I.OK1HA.-- I 5 ?I nt the insult I | l be c.s"l! at G .'clef k m hit I 1I 1 t-f 'W.iy, AK W. l Iii :i cau-t. I Iitely'l r& R. R.
vnd ilur- l-'h on .Inly 2. 16'OU Uio. York l ri'lii in il.e C.rcitit County '.f rfAiit conDly
the irpublican ii i the lily Hi-i'-Mll, 1'oriiirrJ llnI". 1C. A (' .
j maj whu.'r.in ('i.'trt't t .parkna1u wa' C. irti'ai ant ) lI. <>
L C. WEUI. af'1111"-' t :all i'i' i united with the IJuplist; ( huidi! in his i\-iIcenth :nut /vlurt i ('.4 ki't- W.K "U-ft-n.laiit. tte 11t'r -
Editor stiitiiij < Luu. JJuUmk.! Mxniliiril Time I t- l.J.iv 15, 1 '94).
and Publisher, { I liiii"i| < i i- p'oli'i' "Y i t 31-11. II'- came: 1" Hiilate while -iX'ii'-il.I a- '| i'':! il! i-rvti-r:I Him1 1 m n-t i I iii'! it S "

1 !itt vut.-do I I ihc vi"-! will '.ttI :'r 1'iil.i 'i'irto thf hu'lu-r .iii.l U-i .i ; $ itTt1l\It') \ -
: othi's
IJBS<-UI1TIOfVl.OO A IFAH. IKntfivd I .Mr. \\illinn I Iiel jt ll I be inii-ln-d, by a yount!! man.: heiue tlie jin-aK i poilioii I I II.ui.-t'| !.'r.- > in ti-..nf of tii.! -r.urt If.intil.m..- 4 "iO p II' 11* .1 I.'. I 'i ?, 'ir .. fa S 141

( t ittli! -.1. | doh.ii- I* hfv .- -cnt; in rioiida I I-! uniiidliih I in LIt'- t'tt n it! Sijirl! ,-. i'is ii I ''I'lny. I i.: "il"r.l.i\: ;: ii i. I i .'.-> .1 l.v .I.i. k'O' ill,' r 1 1 p I. t ?
i I made: a pleasunt; 4:11 ( I : \tcidi--. .i.r LumJi jtl ; til' I t.-Ii! .!lit i it ll.-tol.rl- 1 D Iuithili u I- "' i'jlji; 11 :. .' l.v 'itntt.nn r J ;

Affiiriling tn Aft "f < s''iri.i. ;' {t '. .., .ii I i "i cvdng Ih.ie the-vilem! i.ovv known a ti* the Lake: till hrii4 .I i! ;>--.Ti'i'l' I In l.S'v. lii'I s r. pi : :,.-. }. l.viii I-I! .v r2i. -

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f /,,, M. aiul I (>Li&t !n t I ti i 1 1tiiivscfiiiici 1 11 .:'l p _' ."- p Ar litnih'.iitt. M.Tul.i 2Tha: 5
i : : i il: member unit his dcithandvi : I ti| th n-\vith. :.iti'l oltoii pf.i !-< > 1!_' !Ill .1 a > p Xr itri I'M' On i ;0 ..1a
he i*. at I tl-t- lu-.nl I L !i -\t I UKrl I f th<- 1i"ion .11 "N l.ir- ,, 4 M 1
now > .iiniKiilmvii I in if null' Vt't iaii < 4 I--1 1 > At Sivir.rirurs! I lv ii; -44)) a
OUILIEMOHATI ( TICJiKT.( sihools j in .\i8( Iiua ( ) | > '- lii 4 .tII ) uhitiitt : f..r !sn i-iv ji.il- cleik of ih'hni) ( h Asa S >l o'ic lur e I I.i.-'h! i in.ire niue5! > e >iv "M.i ill 1 !". a l-pAr .nil I.v !M7.t i ( :.-,

:""! :<-lK; "'': I"n"V! elli/en hiwas p itliuttc ;al'd IHK'loliic.mntiv. "t -.i.i |.m{>t-rv I-iniati-tl mr V\i.rTliiii t''ii !! I II) a iO |p Ar IT.ii"-i--.i l.v 7i 1M111 :; :.roj. 5,
h i.oble hl tugs. iu anlci l wiilU 15 -ul ItS tttut e i iv 4l.iu: 1'tuL.tiru I
MK j 1.111.5: : in. Ilut! IMIIOI boxes 'I''"' lit >ai t> ttn ; ttJ4pAr 94i
For JnMico of Court.jMILTON | : -Il Ilni-ii:, :! Ihe I 11 c vvn ill II- infaiicv ithotit! n-ip.oir.l i- t-i-pt} tr>f' rnC.;:!< whfeh -ill"t'- *> :>."> .1 (> :5 p. r T..v.i re- l.v ir. a to'p

Supreme I MibsciilK-r! lo I Ih.- I I.-!! tli.-i.-iu :m.l continn.-! I lie seivcd as c.tfittPl| t 'f ( '..mp-nv( Aol r'n.tnl < .n ..l.ic..' -i.e. Mid |pertj nM for 9 (ii a 1' aO II Ar I il'13111l') i..- ? a I) ,

If. MAHUY. I hhuwfi that lit- Mill) i ..% iiIi..uul 'idjouriimt-nl hr; in-| ( the 'Veiitb i. liiit-nt. Dining Hie it I- I tlutfatifi etfi.acf vi.l.lTfr.. i : I I I titVN | $ I

ut 1'iiet'ii Ciiiiit'. t home ;nlT.ili mini 'tii'! .; ,i < 'completed l"l lf 'I | |It' ot Ml--l"llal; > lilil,, e InIcielVC-. i POWDER ', : 2J! is 14, .1 ui-T 1'.L-eat. Wins.; Mastl-r, I I.Masters' ; ti jii ::, :t Lv Pit'ktt'iut ille Ar 11.'pAr i u

I : -II ill' I"' I'1-1' 1 < <" ; -('Vele vvoiiiid ill thell blci-l fiom; : 4 .Vi p .tfla l.v ktlli.tt i 1'i.ia! 2.V |> 5Ua1211p11901

i ol b-illi.ts -li.ill t-v.t'd the ( l.v nl'.tl-nn A r 1 4O' pAr !
which he nevt 1 f'lliy HcoV< i > d. Uiii'i-! Sale.
For :
CdiTIptrO1h. 'Will 3-011 walk 1 1 '- -' u" %* hl'i --I"11: It| ive v"I'l-! Absolutely Puro.v 4 > p 12as1il.v liaiiiwm liV'p "' 15 3I
j lioiuc tin-co--e
v. I). IILOXIIAM.of l.v H.<- poll lik'T'' !liv llll ng i t id t !iii!-Wai.: In 1 > Y VI.'ITI'K f-f AND IN' V< Vi>ni>.\\( I' :a .11.1 .Up l.v vxil\v! t l.v "0.i n lit j)
I Ire spudrr to I the liy. : : ; ) ,took a IJVell; illi-le-t|! i 1 tlie politics iI! I > v ith n irr.iertf; nf fori-elo-! >' f* i1t'4 :;.i"* i 7 1 p Ar I'a.lfl'iiv: l.v .rt.Vj; a :*.- ,,,
Ion County. lii' i.-plu-cd: in Hi-- ) S. t i ..' : 1 I i ki tt '"r if ; >! I -.11 V. (I'l >nt, iivTvl'.l i.v
diifnnntled )(. ( 1 ,I lid-cotinlv! and s'ood: Ihini.v tlitpiim.plc 5S' i.iSt 'f t.-r i1'i't"l| .n tltt'> 2l tl. ot the m-pei loi-, -lull pii1'- I HI.-! I ,_' Ml.r 'l i .' V;' I II,,!' :lt ]l-.n I l.vtl.t- :l' .a.r.ible Vi'. |P. Vo-in.. .1.ImUiT 0 .Op .V.r 'l'ILI.tI'.l l.v ((0 a 7 ti i,
;ambiliou-imiti! I lhy I L anti d.-lioy. unopened :andt id di mo.; i K y: !le vv i-the I t1h1.t! '< 1'' '. .1 i' f 1 -1.1 ; i r.mrth jiiini-LiIfin-iur of itM.. t't! "-i,.u.li i g l P Xr TaT"ii fpnn. "L.V ;4 .

For ( oneMg. S-cond I)i '4ttkf1 j ir.d-pciideiit l ] 1 ( I ..1in mv "l"s"'h I'-iilnl- (cli-ik of tincncnit 4 nulL fur 11. veal-. Inthdeith -' i n ;incl f.'r Uradfort County, >Ill u'ltitt'rv.! :" Ntx 7 nii'l 5 il. ilv. s..li't tr.ubOS l u'erri J.K k.
onin |
JtOIICKT BULLOCK.of a't t : nf lirotiie Yoik oui ( ''HIM h !< iiotie '-. I'.ii't I e.iiitherm |i-niinsr! u-h.-ri-iii I.iut-i LI.'flr. alt' nu..t PUnt I IM >' S .{ naIL 4 -fii'ti
"fiideil." 'I ; I ; t't'1' M'5". If I "w" ill i t ot ii- be-t iiKiiibi-i- '1 'Wint ml i- -oi-il'Liiriaiit: .tuJ( ,it'ttll ".. 4 'aKii..u'lii'ri .-. 1haits II' (I S I' : u t' I .Li, LM.IIV in.inVMH !
.'iku' Uu'l.-r
( ( County. I -hull be lound l.i'iUil' In- j .n! eof Mrafrtri.f tin- t.rtrot LOUIS Witkm-M. 1,1.1 FtL1fll1ttUt 31 uhull.t.xI.I:7 Mimlavi .
I'! hei ino-l phil I lit lit i '1' :and ptil ?lic--j'r- Out al! '. -i--l. andM.irvf.i. VVirkovsK,. xxtff.f tIt' : *
:h : Hi pie-enl the ;Hppe.ir.mcr. ; nf j Selling t I ItI'iV t'IttIKlV i \ Ti I IA.
) ; i Med ciii/i-ii-ami; I be I couniy at 1 iri'e .t line -..H.l.le.lit.ar l r.lfteiiUiitI VV T. VV rel.enal .-.. ._. : _i
MIIVlull; he latdu-i le ui-: | hill to sale Lt.tl M-.la! t: Ii 2)a i.v lzutk.,i niiiii' Ar It
For 1t.prestllLitiveb.? At I I Iheicsidenceof ) J | of the li.ili.iJ-! i> ( niipk'ti-il. fii.-n.l l lut iri.od i g' ivelli luelul.I m-lii' Ii.' ,,ntt'u'ma-ter% 10,(It'> I.i..ht"t e\p.i.se blit'r for en'1!. N n i a I.vit I "llitlt.llfll Ar 'J.V.p

i Coluinbi.i l Jt-o'vc.l I Tlut we t-o.v i'i huniblisu, ; mt, It. 1'.r i n :iMfoii I ,iM.a ) a Lv '.ii.'iJi.ui:
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JOHN Ii. trier U ; u'iii'uii-. GASKIN4."i. | i nilv/ioil li; the viiI yt linn wlio-c !,'arkt'. .luri rig ih-l-wi I !ltoU'9 (..r ;nui li. ,tlt 't I i.! :r. p i.v Ii.t'tsvia' Arl.'ii> Si
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JOHN 1). } (- >IK-I! b.ilio.- m.ipiiiy j ivaii. H V.O.M'THE liUI t'-W 01OCfjHLK, A. Ii : i:; 1i tti.I'., Ar It ; a
was one i'f our (, ; not as nun'vvi: s and li.t Vu' v.ici dour ATT '
<)i- -lull I lie < ii 1 ilic opii.innj I 1'49i. t E Itx, r (11.rutSt ill- I.V 'J.'jp: :

In casting your vote, he sure that moved to this county : ; [tliuI'lKk'l liccili.rtu. | heaitl I I -ympithy t LI tins! b.ieavidfuniyofo'ii titnu' .-. rt.iin pir---! ...r r-J(irau it ..ii.l of I 111th.\ lit nliriii 1 .njrinc I .. E ;. j'.r eetI.trEt'y l.v "i In) a.
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bin ?. 4S. C- and has I I I djp me 1 bio'lii-i.i aid: 1I 't tl tt tF4L' 1)1 n'LU' . NO'. It .iiiiI t&'t.iIv| ; t lil trains r__
it reads for CJaskins and Jolins the ( piiMHiiich b.ill.it shall Iji- I.,,'i.nt-: l1l. iinl'l 1 '. .t it ri'r t ti.- .. -- > tft\Vetn
uoiisl )' since that J I I ] llesolVed.)! 'Iliat ;a f'OpV ot IhiIt s .lu'ioli <, ( r nls! ,, (tin if .tI''l i l "'- litlt ''"'' lnt.i: (' or l ..! !f.Ir.\ :rt" :LOSt; XX ;(t.V.iM.: .in'lCeJ.ir.Kt'j <*.

regular nominef* of the democratic sun s and two ; : 'llicc.niv.iss lie fuini-hed to the jainily :and al-i I! th .t tcopv' 1,,.;, l>fuu lug at I"1' ii"rtlinr-r ii iiiiT ti' tlu S i ix IjhJC.NXrI.Nr_ X>. I ) J.K5.iiNyuLLfllt'u1(: : *

Col. W. T. Uceks of lK-inir coiupk-tcil, S iithwi--lqiwrt-r.-t n n.f -t.uJ.wt-f .,in.ti t.-r ..111iiiiiiiin 1'' n ,; I ." "Tl"
party. ; In- placed up m oar cii'in h i Itlull I
_______________ member of Olu-tce : L ) : lit pulilici> prucl.iinii'il. Goods ;. thtiK'-I -i'i.i :'Sr elaintjiruie i-a.-r I I'M' U1' It 4 It Jat !.soii\iie;
a ; lilic.it.j of tin; R-sult i >l-ncii !l.z'u' i v 'udi i uf the diiudi in loii'nince ioy 1 iliainttuisec 1 ni'ilh I I 3: i-li.tiris I Ihi i nvxvt-.> j jl.liecof pl.t : Ar HMI "r, p

When .1 man aiinounrrs as nn in1 chu rch. a Hue I c-liiiotiau I I : lie iliawn .1 tilv_ I 10 I lk'.i l >I. j hetrlnnin: ill in sreti 'n tv >'flt-l Wl. (4it i> 5 r.V p.xr lirnn-mi Krn.iii'liiir. I.v 7 15a IIHIP
to hif l ifessinn. and ; up liy the itnp-t lrU IJ-lllp 3lX Slll.tll. 1 rlt.gt. Lit eIIj! t Ut ii fO t. Xr :! .!k I.v ** i a
<1<'| iendent) oaidi) S I'IMI nu:. Modcratoi1 S r'tjii'iin: in all f"rt' :ilin.- ,it-.l i sin !. uf ..urrin : Tr-ii'.t.: N"s ".. U;. 'ami M;! tI lulv-. -olnl traTii""

life ceases ;it once in flrad ford able titi/en I ii Mull umtain in \\.itil-. -1 I.. Hit-! .. i ,>! <' or !f"5t. unit l\n : .m I li *ni : ill th.- Count}S t-iil. .In. ii"ti U-Mitf iirntft i, Kt rii.irntinaaiiji '

fu'l' ( '. J. Mm \ \ r '- Coiuinittce.v ''I Ir.ttIt'rt. 5Lat-f F l''lnla. 5..l't Itt s.&tin.h 'iit I i l.nin-vvit K i- via tt-.iin-r S1 t pmjct-.irs f Iiin _
county. Lake length use n.ini of eiclij; I \ n i > Good tkt't'1'-. L'ur.lia"r j I' it .*u i.r IL*"' i vviei an'!l.Ul.int.j."VVK.SITKX. 5 755
;i.i.- Pry
!i On our vi-it to uur for fni e.itli .lUei.-, all d! tIn! ; VV T % 'riiuS -. 1 : iriv"x i L li)"

Jlemcmber the fate of the iiule- xvc noticed) Ihe music ca-t for cadi: |nion flit::1 j' The SUrnrner'SSUnI : i 1-ti') inr'iti: Mn-f' r-S a l.v ..I..tksoiiiKtr :M i :t-iij: ; S

; and'! if an ) .puslioii; Mull In- 1 51.-i ), i' r "F'

cndcnt, Willainn, of two ytMrnago.ilic the saw were to be ai! < kill I ill, udi ctilitifate I 1 I' viMI :4 r. -'iilf-ri'ur' w i tin irciK-i.il d.lnlitv. 3iHst; a r.s Sale. u > pXr AI..ntrit-lt.! I.v '.' 10p 2tp 72ia' ji

nominees will win and I, i '< J-lek.. 1 instill and ji.io.l juuotii- Y VIRTUK: I .'> .V'.i' il.pVr! ; Taliai.n--t c I.v fjii ]' ". -()
regular ; coiiHin the numlici 4)1 1 Vilt Now is tim i 1) OF \:> i IN" AI ci riN( r. [
Upon I cuquiiing we inir.: don't Mil lo iiel at x o'lr di niTiri-t a your 1) vvitli a i-i i tain !i >-ii > ti iM-Io-iiif I l ''t nn'i'i1 S ;j S'.la :3 l"pAr- guinrv l.v I;j Zip: 345; a

by a big majority.A and l.einty Lojm had t ;rgiint; ; t tudi! .' \\hidi I bottl'jol' Dr. \\V-tn:oi -l,i".r- 4 Cali-avi1 !a !' ruu.Tes *-,! on ttif !:'li ''nv of A>iru-t \ I 11 S ,,ill Ua p.xr I.ixt-rJ.ii t;< nl.v It 111,1 23.) .t

l I InM iit-d I liy I the i in-pi'i( I- Tonic.( It I vv ill d'i von uoi.il. 1'aiiview !-'.> > l ltv the II('Li''r.l I.- J.tt!iii !Whiif.. .lutlire of I IF 7 { 'pin I'ip' Ar Pento.i: I.v ."i (xia 4
By -actual count k. and nile of! MU-I! 'iiiticiti% to buy your winter the Tliuil j.nlieial 1 intuit .1' tl l,. 2-l' .Xr JIol.iUI.v1.5 4if\ '
good d'jmorrat never seiatchesliis c : 1'. ti., .Illlli' l-lll: I1---: -lieiitlellieli; : 1 1botl ri.i. n.-tin I IM 7n; Ar Xf.v tultarI.v
four I of I tin-I I .k-livcii-d i I { l.uei.f tl I.e U'ilt''Inb'IL' J.oui !s 31. I hia ilei-i Jn fx .stiOj
ings, stoics and I peclois : bt.l l. ptttt' ti I Vv'estlo.od tild i.: "Jl.iAr Mi.iitptint-ix I.v 7.a)
liradford county has aneven I nf llie r.-iiitli) ju li.-i.il i in-iut i'r 11 inl.i. in .mil I I p
i M-cuicly scaled to tin-1 I C'lisaxM: I'oiii[ -oiiiitime a.'n tor in -tAr (..oiii.viI.V'Lvt21U.i(
completnl or now : .goods. I will sell fi>rBriiitfiril: i r.iinfr. in rliaiui, \ ill I ! "
1,000 of those who will vote j ri-iiatiun and the iilli.-r. to Uiirh'cr.. w In' vv t4 -iilb-i iny; till lie id- tr.. u. ...fickliin :i ii-rt.iiu eui u-e UiMrm! i t i! >Ja Xr ( incinnati I.v 7.>i p 4

the straight ticket.fc number of othet ) I t jtlttgc of I Ilic c. .'inly.: and I the iiebi' Z1 dui't <-' ii-laiitv.! bid n in -tjipo'ilo t in-iiil.i!:. v lit I' 1 in Iltiirx I :Mi-inliarit t I. I-.ue 3I< in- I l ll"i'aAr. -"ia.Xr >t. LILLS' I.v 7" p

I the uri and1 I and vasuilei ni x\ itt >in-r.d d.'l.iht! v liar.I S.iiiji.l "ili-iiili.ir l aii'l tlia- Wt-il.jiiit- CliiiMiro Iv 3jip i
only awaiting : P ) iatli; >. of ihu iii-pec-Kir- ;
? m t everything at cost fl..iii l u-'iiii" iitnii! firm aiiif.iml-tlf "f I Trains: N'.s i.- 9 r n.i 7ul\v'
nt-i i :; >; r i> : t \ N's l nal>
It has : ; ail this has been done, i ) "e ti-iii-iniMi-il \\ iii' tli- I It ..rivein.1 i'l i-'ii" to -! He to ti''l I tlcil .Mt'inh.nd t I I liavt rnlli'ion .- iF.iik4
notbctia year since our : | j : I Uri -. \ Co U'f ioiilil.inuilit-. JilMt I \ -i l 1-.M: rap .Tftt-I> on-
l ti.c I ('Mill I finger

city fathers jiaid ont over a hundreddollars spun-rand SIUH ir.vr. of iT i.-Ini'ioii. t'i In 1 flu d I tike auv i't''cr iiie.'ieiin- evept xmi.4'| in the NEXT TEN t..t,- "f 1. mi* VVitk'n-'ni. uu'vi"act't! ami ?I irvVik < ,. j coach ti, I'l-nsatnU ami Flomntion
'i''iiiiand 1 I don't I i li"-il.te \ : t-l 1j. v\i.V.. rh.'Niil ilei-P l.-nt. aie.lt !.
for a tire and chinch is m-atlv ( ) lo 1'i't tin 111111 ; ti 1 'rvxAM-.uaVKrnoi.iKs (
apparatus now ; 1'iiiKlin d ( he lection!I ,4 S
i us < t
it Hu y )d iiieuieiiii'. \t'tv iv ''-i-tiull\ ..l.uitI.I I. W. 'I. Utt ,.x -IH-CII! ni.is.lt-r! 'litt 11--I INf ,
not a piece can be found. on the same lot :s (:() ) iilacen vvlieic ii-pn -(-iit- ] I 1. : i. I'-o.-n. t. II. % ">-f t-> -ali nn ttliV'Iust )- I t >* p ; ial.vlal.v % .' Ar 7.-<> p ttilaXr
Mivt-ts-di.-i'! i DAYS -
and -Vtp naMvvinLaktCit'
pied the I <:-oii ii--.s il the I I nilul Males; j i L liMiler f(,ri\t-li liftore the eomt hoii-f j % 7nip5aLv ) ->
by pastor.; ( : Ii'i3a lx r 17p S: l44.Ja
i! ir'.i t..ii.to'iinl I .it Marki-. iluriii tluIr at >
The thoiuxand.s that are out I dedois aie viiit'ii< for TiiliiniLivi ii'} 1.> 4'ip I It i."> a ArH'l.i .,a-ier
p.iid lumber is on the 1 I Tin-'r.iinj..i; : iliit >teiii'iM.ii ui- if '.iii- 'ii
linu-s be Kip' sill ii Hie an I choice.Respectfully M'AM'AY. Titr! 'Til D\Y OF t >rt"j'ui!!!.!:. I l.'l.'l-Ar: V..K1.-M 10'aAtl.inti
this station for : : Tl'li -
ti'li- ( lull--nf get
each week icli.icrit into
; freight ; made for meting a I I Hiictiiriis 4)) f 1 ihe elect liii your 5' I II !v'.n.tlie ; >i'a -..op.irlll Ifattfl 71iY11,
1 T.itnp i mil'( it iwri:: !. ;ili'' Ith'2.i-t I I is ia !9 : (li |. Vr 13:
will surprise you. Many of us would(1 I modious chinch for cutili.-d l li.'iu: the polling' : f.'h'iviias 1 !lot- i'l i !-mi-i-ft- f( I I": : il ItiMif. t Iv __ __ p
> | .- VU li-i l-lVi-'l -it tlll-i Jinlt. ;u-! ': p jrainl l-min flif l'u. :iof St.irk. C.nintv t 'f j| N"1.. ii titirot !tI f> .tailv. N".. 1 toot Pullman!

be made rich by the amount. I ination..Mr. ; -tat.ai.d; coiinly fluei.aut L :'I'll!) li iJc- I", t itniiii! .li.jtr -tnpti.i-iii nut I i'i.ilo : r.r.i'il'i'-l: .i!, l s>t Inf i 1,.. i.l.i. b' I..>.--rint.> ii.t'S -ift-piiitit-drs, bt-rwi-t J.u-k-villt! ant Macon;

And the onvehipe m p u Iv- e- M.u. -.inl.IfL I !i i-t aiti 1 '!'''iiit' d! .- l.i'I.ixvVtt -: JI.iin> ti> .ill points n..rth ai-l: I 'svr-t. S
If I S. H. I'ons, duplicate t cititic .jt.-s (>f Ih-: ; :i li't, nl fi Uit :Licn.-i.ii liiiicli.unil i- \ !I.nil it( I. l-t t.\ :n.l -It en an fivnt'rii Tii-fefi .T5.s! ; XV IJ.iv "if>ft. corner hogan.1 1f

our eorrpotIdeflWota141 rcinetnber has his stoic I illnlc'V. l il pa i- iiiirMr. -. ''B. .11. I >i ii I>- li.ilf: t->-t in '--t -I'le i.i i .-t hriit i j.ynt toot I new : i I elecllon I thai aio tvilitie.l I liy I R. WITKOVSKS
and Mgn their names to t..ts tut- ,i'i.I s.'tll. :UI l ii' M.jfk 't. lit.! ( .1. 1' nti; i C. MacDonnell, i |
I bU goods in, and at the jiollinir paci"!: \\hfie j C. i !. Jtiii.-- I nv-i\tv; -ftnf.t rtnCilltr.tt -in t-xtt-nJinK! D. E. Maxwell t;. P. .\, 'r. f|
heir articles 'vould ol liill. I"e
they confer a11 oleclm- and: it-pu--rtilalivv-! to -piiiiL; i. Ill .rtti I ii i'1:11 -11 i.i ( 'nil I I vtn-t-t onlinn.in! 1 Mini I lite | i.t i. Ji.mazer .
I large' I tvvo-stoiy stoic- -'l"I liav i- nst-il < 'il.llillici lai.l's I'.illl aii'l! tic 1 ihe fiv\\ I N. S. St
Itet I
t-iiibrii--iiir uat.r
favor upon uUV )have received a t the Uliilid Slali s ale Voted L li : I' -loro \ Pennineton,
Sttrnbiiig A Co. | l Itulrui for -i-vi-ii' :ni'l piinliil: Inn us \ ; BRADFORD GHSCHOOL' i't tiilt lit a- )per ntai or plat i tf the >.iii I Town uf i iStllUe t lialu.: 31tt.tztr.
number of very interest ing articles I : : cudoiM-.l a< ns the iucU I h.tiorIIVt! tli.in :.liivliin: < l-i' I hive: COUNTY !SuM I t to.ll-\ -ill itt! er, .'. I lVrtui-'T! Walter Coleman < ", r.t.NOTICE .

that we cannot publit'i' 'i on accrunt and A. C. and JI. L ( ) ; Klcrii.ni Ili-t.niis, uis.l 1 'xr-r t tiic.l. I It .c I ii'vi'- t lie' i'i; i ii I in-tint- paMiij.-l.-r fllt-s: \V.T\VFFK-. I
I i I' .: STAKKr: : I'LOIIIDA. | li,; : i, l'.t), ''' Master i iMasters"
of our not knowing tlr:< autl.orx. I .V story store well 01 iiadics: ; : vvhidi au- I 1\- ami i-nri's v\iiliniit IIMXIII'! i--'i. OPELECTION.

I largest and linesi of ceititieates "f the ie-ult of I l'.lill I'lllll Is mil ol till; III.1st llscl ll S Sale.ij

at the polling pi teewhenin h ip, liei nue' hut anv ft mil x' i-.in: beu; .

Every encouragement tot lailroadsliould I that of our young! olliec'r.s shall br voled j v ided with, epi'ei 'llv lor i'he'uiuui iti-'i. SESSION OF 1 89 0- 91. I, > Y VM'TUK or"f> IN ACI nklixvcK. 'jS
: .
$ be given to our citizen! f wards, .1 r.. a -( 1 j ; h-ive endorsed on I ihe lucks 1 imo li.u-lc s1'tin1.' oiui-e--. t'u't ii'e: I lJ u ith a ,u't'iia': itcr.- t'I' l ir. ei.inrtof i iuiDit
't-- r-- uttr.1 nil thel.Vh'l } "t A ICII t.iA.
Freight) rites amounting to thousands I in cottage stjle. -iaJ County I'lcctiou l- I-ir aeiii* ad Ilk'* nlm ill-. < >.ie ippln.iti'ii ; : l l-i> Ti\ i','.> MoiiiiiMi'Ie J. hii I" v\ir-| T" fl.PSherifTi'f IVn>lfor>! I nnfr.. of thf State :
( till leliuvo! tin-1 I am .mi! :i Tiir tna'j 'I Ihe :.iliox'i* Scli.iol h js l l't'u!i ] i'iriiricil S JII.IL'.f! tl.e T! T.l I ji iuu' ial circuit of Kl rn.t.u. |I ..fH.MI.i.! T

would be saved) every wee '. I G. S. & F. laiiroad ; ) On the sixth day alter j i j in-i.io .1.1iU't t i--nt b.ltos! 1Wlie tv 1 Mill: lnovx Ct.Uti liy .t: at-t.n,' Itt 1'1-K.! "f tl't- M'liui-.il.I.1-nits: "Vf. Know ve. that I. John U <'ravf.!. Sotretarrr /
tiny ,
The) idea that more railroads: would people to their : ; : \V. IF. KIV.M-. I I Il.lki-i..liui e ..1 thf r.'intii ju.li.j I lat! eiiciiit i tt l lI si.iff: >.f the Stateof Iloriil.i.ilw Iicifby i$.L%
!l ) simtei il tlie li-IIIIUs shall'' (C''lll.Hl\| : l On-i-tiMi; Ot th" illl-lll'--- I |t'ini.i Ja 1 in or.l I 1''r I Iraitf I r.l I Conntv in t1LT i'. 1 I imtii-e th-xt! ..1i

hurt the town, is old as the hills and I both residences and i i Ill (- d it -hall: lie the duly ot I alit! .u ititHit l liv Ni'ku.'st ill a C.TI.II-I e.-'ii-.1 il.rt )
I The L.ike'' .nd col I'ldt-ni ,! tit-Jn-k! 'i :itu' iti 1 %i.rot'i% ioti:il mi-ii nt I tin- town < >i" 'j GENERAL ELECTIONVV
as nearly worn out. It huitsi I Situated m on the! ( ) and-upeivi-oi I of icgi Lt lesp in i tl.t.' u In fin N.UKM t I'i auk. H "Ifii: ,
nvn I a clear hike 81)1 t st nn: ilt Miii.p! < iis! -iv- : .Mi Jl-1--dv'-\ :ni'k.- vv ito lil\"t-: t tlitItHHiuitiiHi, i n.! I M. it.'- trt. .-. M.-.uIii;: I ..i.-i V t 1. npartiifits -!. ill lit ht-l.l 111 I'.ra.Iioril t',4nty. Sta.V of Flori -
dcip ; I at the "like nf ii.l
to have railroadx pass by on citherside. ; s stet plio-ph.ilt, vxoikn. IV-mlit-ito'i IYi -r iioi-; >{r I.iijlit"'t t'air fit in naiixaii't Ii. fii TII*" iLi.v nt( ,! :vtt-iinr thf first Jon- (
| l ( : it iv tin1 h hu if'fiati'l the 'ii
the in wi.lih t > in-nu making!
same ) iull. a d! b. t ike lo ( heir j : I -t.\ I'- ot rt.itt! i'c l'<>. :.art-i-oriiplai.iara-: Ji.Jni \ !av in .vnfil-er.. A. 1 IP. I-1 tht* s-aitl
I of fish, in one ot the I !; ( piv-id. nt or otlur llLiilitE j ii;u- j'l-t coiie.! !( edhipping pho-phali- '! i it? the-iiH'-t : '.': atiil tlioroii- I 1.. ( .a>k>.;.-.. ;I- .i.iia; strait.r ir tiri.-.t! >M>f In, 'nithf Tuesday
j j' mid it i- <-\p. t .i-.l Iii:il bx I >icciiibciHi... Loin"IV'tVovvki, .tf.l .f If the colored people) ) vote for counties in the slate of ( tt'IIIIV co'ni)! >ii--Sont% i- ; nd th. will linx loid-! Scini.il: in tin- :M.HITin: I :(l 1 tltltlLnt.t! I lk-\ vi i ui't-nf th! ,. -:aMiieIfnt! d"t' .tfp.laiu--.
: \ 511i1.| car : day v: i IFOURTHDAYOFNOVEMB8J!
ateadiipled lo I the ( I I ; iil.-etice. -i. km--4. lefu-il to i 1. %V. 1'. \Vifks. ,i-i-|mill inattr.tiallex|>oetusdo
J ikcl md to I'.itl 1 u'ie li.ivi- in'tll l it'nuinhiii': thloi < ioiit ill ;
slii !
losephusNenine Stripling for theUnited and diuc'ly in tht* di-nbiliv: "t ihi-ioiritx jml::e Turpi.! on | s a-nl s--'l a.t ji'ihhc onti-rj-1.> the ti.tl"5t: I FormitKtpresrat 'fiveof I
Mates we i' li jilt :and' l.il.ei.: t i ;ii p.il'Vi -> :' siicli mtir..iT a.to( I ii.ikf:! them Imtii :Siiil t li-r |. .r *-....h I I't-t'ule tli.- fourt i It..i-.' .|IS.M Iii f I 5tt'nnI' ConsreI *-
congress, I they vote I See no lea so i* why ( I oi ie i-tiiition, anoih.r' ion.il iM-tn >f Floriilu. in the Fifty-st-cond
-a..loiintvat stui Kf. thltal
for a man who has n< n-e for them I imt be a hc.iMhy one. : i In- i.ird of county rommi i ; : I.' iUi till I' I It 'uati'l t-lt-u.iiit :n -tvli-, > )i.iiMii--iIe on .luring : hoiir< tor | (I'oiiiTre. of ilif L'nit'-d States.
\ F.'i' ti ( ui.tn.lltr! of the !state of Flori.I.
ni'-ibor l
v :MU (.V'tV to know tin |
fir Over will have. The xote i is all I heis it i1L;e gloves us can u'I I ) !) act in hi- pi i.-e. wli. sh.Jl Ciotlp; t-l'l! lie pieXi-Mlt- I. Tl III. t'tu'| .t v V j ; I i un ev.' t c.mxi-tiii n.'i-. :a.l:: s-t )iif.irt M.Nli.11ll' I.TII A; 1 Ii. fif.I .\Y( or OCTOUKK: ;i itl l''r a .lnst-f of the Supreme t'olii of the State
ale and lp S
in the h lid S I
atoimo j > I -cniiiitx c:tnva:!' 'iiiir' j of ll.tri'Ia.
i after. I lie I did not eveu aildiessthem invvra pt''r'- 'vItIn't'nt :.1 vv.iniiii 'the c tii!! >ni"4p: r. I-or M-nf Im 1 l.ilcin 1 iii t-> I t F.'r .5
i I I to mi-rulers of the il"e of
i-js, tit 1 Ih.y sn! ] publicly 1 I ta c-I .lie ot th-' I Ii repres nt1 -
i. Mj tit-cfilent ninl 1 utt"erutt-'t!
li'--t i-s a
sx'oii-t i.ir-Pii.-: : then ''hi I. Iiail tin- III"tit'i''t ativ.I ..
ok red "I'l.t'v iv. : i !
an : fellow-citizens I Bradford Count | < Ihe UII i t'.i.. Li'tsiiiinilifi- S
) \ I vote !nivi n for the >w- ( Ii ( rint l-fvtn i7) ui
li lakeii
to I'or
childipp't :ivo : cold ; shr-n'T.
or i < .-. tul -mil ii.ix- -lu-cii-.leil l.Jk .n11' ( : l'>t.t ..u-l( II F.tii I IF in I.I.'ik
but in instance called! them I Tl.e MotkiioMcis t! i '- and p.-r-.m-i i- slio.vn bv 'l ; : : insii'.tiii twit | Kor.i Tax As S
every [ m l iv btvo i .I'--Oiiip iiii-d I th-I I l-u ir-Oiic > : traitioriil !l.t't V }IL nl 1 C lilwk l f-sor. S
in in.t-111 t
; i I
"niggers" in his njieecli at Marke. I through tluir board; i I on Jilt-in tin-olticts' ofmli l lI Irom tlit- slut. Alter i tliii -i P''i'li : i I : : 'tl.I !' stt\4't'i of I'l'tiff-sdi- p( t. ait in tiltXV i MIS' MirI.IIIKi tlit-Tounor MarKf. |I roraT.i\ Coll.-cti.r.
For < 'oi'f f Trfiisiin-r..
I sued a ciuulai in % ) I ;.iiiI siipeiv.-oi oi I 11-list i Ii t roiili--on.!!! i-develop l I. \\lnciiis i..ilov ( '. I.'i.iiu-v, tit- 1 imon- -oiitliertitli.i i t in tin! ilf.I rd ('.'ii ii i V. I I'lorn 11.: S.iM I ts.Lti is(;Vi.,l j F<>ra n Jii-tittof (ilte IVioMit anl fur the fol

V'-iy I pleasant thing-! u canva-s shall: In-m tdeolclv. 1 ed I bv tlic croup. Tin1 I im-to act j j"t lleelftfllKlial p-UIIIXCt'if titUVV. I IOt% lI1 : Ju-ti'x->. tncN. vi -
The I >
democrat '
is the friend of the ( :ir .111:1 -. to l.iki' ch.tri'.i' S r. VVttK-. '
L H-tuin 1 wish to say : and tntiuly lioni the letiirn-% b.-n th." i-bild! tsis[ liecomi-s li..ir-e.i; : i Aur. :.">, !I"t!) u > ,-ial MaMt-r. N'). 4 lIlt' 1 1 I
colored man. If it were not for the and their locality and j uI* the iiispeetois ill each i 'ft-vv .lus-sol ( "ii:iml.i-i 1 IMI'S! I'o'iirb IJem- i il l lilt'! .-eliool.x"i I No. lh ret* 1.ti.1 ,

; democrat ftC would tint have his I 1 It ha.- w.l I been 'rl i iltt: as suiiid a nil ;lile.l I bx t''t'ih v Vji! pi t'v'n' tb.1! :att :i.-k.! llv'-n attei : \ knoxxI'riifc or .: :an \ 'tice to > ou-esiient: I5efeinlnjt. ( No Five l"Xi >>

; l lands in the the .-, iitl ? I uuiii'i! e iiu'i h:is, ;tiit'.1l't'.t.! the di-e.i-i- S >. Seven i 7).
M-hooled and why I he I ] comity pid i.- stiitt'- j linriitom-'l| rliri-ti:1:1: lii'iitlt'liiaii. a !
n m iv In pi (>\ eii'oii i iv HSJII.T i In- l't'iilf'IV i ; | Fur a Con.-tablf m and for the MIovvi l Jus *
S tar he. I tin lot-aim i I <%f I ( I '' i :alinii n -p. t livtly. a'ii'1 1:1: *
should persist in easting his \ot 1 ? j h have been I tliiboaiii of a-due. I'd. I'mib: I'VV.. II. Uixei-. |I'.rir< ninl sc'io'.ir; :> ii'l as a tt-acli.-r. 'it! : IN IM flT idlKP I-U'L IMH .ifIU"I.\T.t[ ChiP Ii-trIt'tt, I. i/: ..4iI
coiinix 1 Ie
piitch.iscd i.iiiva ,
every time he gets a chance direct Iv : t j -- th! !uihn''t '. (', '. ', ::1 '. lutt IT or } I.s'I:1A: : \ .' :.O i-i >i: I!I X" Oric H I. S
not exceeding .VJ( per l : or vaiy: in n x in.innu lit lUtVl-KOKli cnl'M i\- 1 Ni>. Twin J .

to the injury of hi.s friends, the democrat novv) is woilh aiiyw ,' (4 lor 1 the (c iiidid.t'i s j I i j I.I t' 1it',)| xvoill 111i! I di iik-; t till' ETo \ oTiirt-e II' ). S S

ft, is hard to say. However, we Hinl! 2.000) per acie! l i j\ at any p"Ii! r pl.u- i.i tin- j I ti"vcr! si-ill:i'r' .on a jimrin'x-? \>.itb'i'it they '1 I.( : I jiHiit.iHy; an.l nmially IJ- S .lolin I Iiairan.iVft! ti tart u -si.lei t -nrikr.'>w u; \o.. Fimr Five (4 t1i.I i.No. .

are glad that the mou> intelligentcoloied It t hits been gradually: I -how n by the u-luin o; lilt- 1 of < 'h imli.-i I 1 tin's < d I e. < '!i'>I'fn .tiii.; ttt'i I |juiu-! .1ii.! \\ I tlu- inil"e'| .'. sit the litituiI tlir v tu liiietl.i-iire:i iv ill t:i.c n.of t-e th-it a lull IM i hnneery: .; lou 1 No Seteui7.A S.
: a in. >rri h.i-s I
'ieli ia'; tiicili I
allei I e n
as anolhei .
people can see what, i 5- their ( i | polling ]phee: I'licy :arilio-i I 1'emodv. I It t em.ilwax-I li.depcntled ,I :a m-imiis! in tl'i-liis! diocniro! i\ a,;a.t.si i.'ii in t i.e 4. l.-ik i.tuiv ..t tintt.nrt 'it Joint lli'soliilion
ciitk-nu-n vvlin )( ; [ tli it-nit of the h-clion as j lipo.i a-iid is pi -L- tIlt : n talp. i' l-'i'-lic I", !Mrnrn. ,
own interest, and have determined would I 1 slid I Ii"tu Ii. 1 You Projws'njfnn Xirifn'mtnf tnthe ConstitntJooof
lay iii u1.1 of oi' j in-pe< tin'- iiluinand i iI itt'! t.'s'rCf'r.' Ii rtl.v I nfiiirl| it nn-v rj

to vote the democratic ticket. tlic midst id K-SS \VO! ; I j anti 51tl dnpiic:lie eeitlf- : 1 \VIi'n-vi-f I >i' lt'"C!' r I.oonoy has 1 j< fr.ifiimr totlitin.itit r ._u.l tItjIl5 m v.itl )il! I I I-i it it-.ilvtil I the by tlie State of FI.>ri.li.
I Tori Mvtis !Pies> ; The S.iiiino'em- >lt Kfl. oiit.r I v Ii.e iiilt-il.iv iuD-.ti.lt I' I.tg-'k1LLure t.f the Scateof'limt
g(ii I4' KliiitiiU'iini I t !; :i".l I I I '' ( 11 vvoul ,md li-juie- S lit IH i. A. I Fi..niIt:
i !
: ,n ing < *,imp mv h ive n i.-iv. 1. in the 1 t tii'i'. t- 4XttiIltIY j vj.ul.ir, riinu -- l- i. -I (liii-e ,uit. or tins.iiit: > \'itl!| I 11. takt-ll 4
Itcins "IVUe and OlltcfwUc.If Tin L ? ind.nniiiib'c !) !.-ii li.!, tl..' w hon* nuinlr, i i (It .ir.oiisi ,,'i ."yif..t'.1 : I'rmi j 1 It-I I Tin t thf I. t-.ll..Min !>niciol liiiiit-. to the ('ofliti-
ji j lfW tnu'II.: t.ill.l' fof ] '.,'] Clsl-s ot :-.!!-IV.Is t: ; i'i 1 1 I'i i'S <-li:ti! :icti r :t'uv fvtryiiviiiil I -liii I I itIit'I ; I ntiiuIn of thf State of Hoiul.i (Inami tare 3ifl6
I hese men aie In hind I i n fir -ueli olli.-e :and the 1iIh tnt it I I t'%t 'a f' L' P ii.tisltc I i
r any cnndidntu fnr rouniy office thin hi. anditermined oil's for : 1 tV.O ill ./ -II ("'I.- !III ::1 ('8-1'. I'.vciv 1'idei of i..iii'iu ] (- c, -ocial, ,' tl.e Tow n .'l j>uii k>-. in i'ti.t! CVui.t I i 1r.i&tiiti.: i I I liereliv .igrt.'tt to. aolIt elI SilbiutitItif to t'
given CtUII 'Ilicc. theI
In tl la'
i It-t-tf.rs
t nf
lie will have unlk-over l lI lale'y; ltl'i ivet' is I tt'nii: oiilsitle I Hie | known a-* tinli.i.lf.i.l s fi.ui.tj TEl; nm t It | thfrntr nt tin',-t-neral t-I.-t-tlono
u I thin fall, lie "tihu' it. ritness
irgrcgiouhly il it-Iioiutts 'I'It1
otlicrvx l for
Inuiii ) have I ') li.iii sieh politic or i-t-. ititiMentioii
they peionfoi A i % uutt 1 heoiith rioinia his l t 'i u r i'i i.s.'tit 1' t' tt- t t'%ion. I u' .n ,I III 'mv. or rfiVefior. and minifxredAirrifM'

mistaken. Time is % ICLC Ill cipaUlnp of then s( I : -nch ollict ; M'eli ceitilica'e i 1 -I.IV ii.l.iva: coir.e to \Vi- i-.iii a--uri- t-vcty nut- ile.-irinir \\ tht It-.ti'-rahlt-! n. \ 'itii. .luu.g' l : i.

for Home >f them hut theuvil! l e n hot support of their mill ; 1 by the slilitil l l ln'i r "I 1 If- to their cliil'lu-ii j ..t .s.ii.1 I ciK-int .,uit. aiul ;il.*.* stal t <>f I Sietionf Artido iii tiffin- C'on-titutiol
; ? that fST I. .
llii- '
sU'o'u .IlSl 1 1.urr.
t ; ( ] tin- 'Pt[ .itlliMIC: :M I Is::4l. j ht-if'iv ftintMlt-l itt a to ru.ttt ttlh'ttlIl
ean.wilh peifict ; a hi>ok"kipl hx him lor thu ,
( )
light all the line. VV T V.I.IKS
along i i- -itu.iti'il Iii.Muliiul j SFCTIONS Thf: Mt-ml-trsof l
in UnhappyMarriages. >( : ma: :ami.attiaetiv' 1 the House of Rep
ntiun unit '' book
minir ; shill be tin nish.-d l bx' l'lt>rkor >:i..l C.ti t n-fiitativt" shall! le hiisfii
(I'nb-ipliv: and imt'-irion: ito nnrri i'4< : 1 1 liii' thit imti-il for it- i biennially. bt'gla'With
failuie. It shall tic a t coiimii-sioni) is ;andli i'l' be' ", I j nin the nral election r-n the far-t. TUP* _

Il !hdioovffc a'l I demon! :a ti>- volcis tooireftilly l honoied hut -imply; by of lc1uiiis. : ;.in1 and ol lh(loo' :iddc-i In .picnt.md oeeiineiice most Ililpil'i 4'It'(... .Inst idiv-it'UIt j l.iitIifiiliu--. : > ( tlu'fc Inxinjj bctna'extn : 1 Notice nriuooi) ])t hit': tt'lltia3- ir. < Mclwr A I>. IW

read the iledion 1 1t'x.; which) )) we by the whole lountiy( : It duplicate- shall be im-j.; -ii |s(> tioni tht- t'tl lit' tin ii oi (i. til \i.u-; with :aiiavi'i'i."i : S : IIHiKUY: : CIVEN T' > XVIluM IT st't"tpl % *'ar. corn spotalingday of e.'rtlRxn.E

no tediuir of n-line! ; : L by sti.iil; or by ex ,- lier both ,( iti U ui..Ieran ui-tot fh.! I.ttji.it'.iit'i't'tluSt -
have or ol the
puhlishinfi for the last few Hefoie i em..r.u tnu p! irtieYounu -. | :! il.uiv attfii'laiii-i-in: t-'ir piibliell. -- tt-ot Iloii.U i-ntillf.l uu "V-t. \ ir I t

There the opening of 1 set-it t.UV itt Male and the'. men i'i vxoinen iMiitt'inpI) ilinir: ol- tlll'tv t>i provMei ( k'nitrui !.av for tinItn.nrpnrati I i 'ii I s.Hni-i-f: Xrtii-Ie vii ,.f the Constitution i lI|
nrt- changes in I heat I v of !h ili.ilt-'l! 111 vxhicll) |
many ( otIs help and < ,tetluluf ot ; !! i .. .CKailron '
:i ; tl.esl.ilil'mxid,1; man mio'ixhoul 1 1-eo to it I'l.il' thet nler atol ( .inaU antI nil I.ivvs anu-ml.i I li"r.ty aint iidt.il *> as to r"a'I a- i"liow.

laws, and new-funpled arrangement h sleppetl lo 1 Ihc fronl. coiinly ('tl1u..hliZ bo-nd I, h up'-n ibis impoitm: ; event lltblt'l'I'tln-ri-' xx-i-not: a-iniiU- .U-.i'li ) Tiii*, tot) tlirivof, the'uiiilersiffTieil. IIIUKT Ih- coip-ir- I MfTi.se Tl-e I-exisInture shall consist of;)

the polls. and Us popul.uity I Hie lelmnof Hie ilt eliot [, ]i r'"l'i .I'-pii--s and eondii.n.sheiltb'c' of Matktait I ate li.initof* tin Atlaiilic aitldu't ll.iIio.i.t of not more than thirty-twoineinoersr
Keep jour wcathtr-e: e openund I : !/ ihhi 'm.d mill )l.ivxin. ; S flori.t.1 h.ivo iis' .c-i-itnl ti'inivu' t' tlit-r nn.lof! >rtheSfnat-r
ll there ik-ctots is' iio! m nu d r ii.ti'i..i-e than SixtV-u'jciI rr embers of tb' .
::u any who and lot icpicseiit- poml as ox'-'i-vtbir.ir < pcnd- i for lli>* j.urMi iiiaintMiiiiii
don't put ballot ii. the t hnthiii a () : II.l g ninl i Il'iii: e of i.'tIrl"ttflt1ttjv.- .
jour I jut'tqdt'
wr $ tIII
rig ed anything of the i t congie-s ol 1 the t"niied Mates on i i th it :il iu'. n'liuist. *.l't' I lint tin* I >1 md i i.'i-r.itin| u rttilr'.t'I t''r puhlii: use in itieeonvt-.v- Hoii-e of Rt --eiitativeH ThttueuiLersof f
i ''s ill tr 10 1 oniei then-ill is lIt! ir coiivn-t;itt"i-! ot \ aiioiitUiioiti .iiit-t-"f IHTSOIIan I t-u Iruui shall t-f lfoteJ for]
p'ain to I hem ; di-JincHy! I fi i.iiii Iheit c.m-1' loiind i1''i| a |*oint ou terms f.f tvi j ea r*. anti th*> nieml>..Ts of the SeVt
tio'i (II| h < | 'pini>-s I Ili-loic :md :idle itt uiih clitircli In.ii.iin0l.ltt the Atlantic i f.m. >ir smne iinu. li.iv or tiioutnrv tttvhall l lit' fill-till for
Thut: il is in t.t US for s'ale ..indou.itx [ i-m II : luli", it-a': -. lheio f. vviiLiutLf Con trrnisi.f fourcarlieX'(
>f ht Johi..s
In another column will l I'c found lie school. This noble I I i s.nd I ixxo i-anva-siiiir--: -hall: !, i ui'.itiin ind nit-ni hitili''i 1 i-noi 11'' 1 e-nlei iiiim. .Milii: ; ( > \ Iir.M'.l! t ,lsls| | | | |tr 41L f Jie.lple) ,' Stitt-of KlmiT.i. :in t fjfiicf! i-ifi''must ty tti aii'l ilikriiiePhon I ceit HII'mlI'I'M as Iifreinaltf-rproviilf.1),,f flit- St'nate an.r Ilonseof, thf election Kt-presenfrf fort j
nu- : l ti'
Miumtnremeut of 1) L. Ah-aicz fur nufl h.ive tiiii.slied up j l and ili-tinrt. ;and tin \ i 'd ii't-'iiithi' is ate prop- t tI rom cxt-rx M-ction of tile I I'nion.oiTiiiti' throiifrh iht-counties ofM Johns. f'lit| iLtitt's LI) 1,4' ilL the same hole flml places. Tbfi
;ii !
iedccliuu -li-ps in si css nti il :an f ( |H i in most : and fur xvaid t-lecte'l i KObuaii!
to the -ijllrc of klieiiff. Tin* ih an J atiiactive six | : ; to hue .tert l allaii--is Ii-Mltl, i.iiid'ii| _'. I'. 1'. l I'. istf'c: I! : ) tIlInczhl (tltc liiixiii'-t, I I ovi itt' L'u thf < ; iilt ot 5t-Mc! nt M..iiff: arm. hIll. thf first TuMy aftt-r tliffii-st Momtav,! e uireot'i Ocw4
lecitation j and to theo in
I ; the ; \ or trilnitnrv tht e.if. \\i
looms inm liiii I
I i ilnpliciie :irnit: M-iit-wci It t tio lilnod I i''khv asli.) tIe '.iM t'.mutv ot ler l U.uti1 tlr t--rnn if tlu.. .
important olllie.f ami the \oter khouldcoiisittirr ) i the t audilniiniii( VMlh : | the u-sull ot I he i It .-tlt.il f b 1 1I I pokn l 100 and poi I--II1IH >. j'i It 'lt'u'i''i| I t'"lin-atioii.: mix :ant :4- 1-- (tin-} i- tin- I I lii I-.i.Vft'f'aiii'Mrttf or F I.'ri.ia i I s'auM'i"' "" thf samel.i v iu |Istiti*)hct"--I. and in there I1-*. !

well lhe < tt1littdlItiIIS of tile lii:tti I st.ige fo < \hii >itiin 1 I I eleeli'l > and i. pit-i-nl.itiv'e-; '' vxork 1nie.iI| an I thnm.ij-li'.v. ei.ou! j "Iii"t i iNUK'iiural: : vlmi.) itt: the -tali- I Iu" i ..Twines-.he.ii-II. 1S U.'JilU-n. .Ma\\Vftl TiMtu, .1 I I.. '>avi,,, after all -t ri iturh ill helevtet? for four year*'

iH-foip rusting his vote. Mr Alvauv.: iiiovv i- a lt.- all will adapted i : | I or t iilu i ofu.h iullhe1.. si-p- i lIZ: t l.iititil! i .tiit% .in | n icpuiMi! I p.rmin i In- -..niiiLrra.le.. ;, ig2' Sni ,I ARTICLE III

.. iii-itl\-: ihe Section ftoi Artit-Ie xvhiof the Constitution &
I liisipatati li-uu- tiMir i ii-pm > !: f.'Knr; I'odllvI
Krvin,; out ilu- U flex 'sr.d lei in (if I 'II 'ihe I :acuity v. ill In- compliiioiiii'f 1 II [ IiTeliy amended to i'l follows
'l he school vvill be ; '- whu h tiny si.a!! toivx.id. I I m ti-miierv. I'.r i l.t-it'oaii-iu.! lit ii in Id! Notice. J s-j as r- as :

HitiHiiiinicd IKnrvV.. J'ppi-r iii lit i- dipailmenls: 1 A pi !{ I lie u.-ultol' t lii, eJ< clion tot I l lI p.n-iiiiiii-r -vpbili-: rilnli.I nl.-ei s or I lint nnlv! a <'omirtheiixt'tin | : Alli-.Tsmi-iM-lfli't-1! I t > tlit i'
M-rcneui.d cool mid .iys In |Mk mi fc.iib; i j:ite. and a -omnion-- I ; : 'UIl 'thiti r. Mmiild a vI < iiv skin ei-iipiiDii! n i> the uliim i r.ttio c ) : t'IIE" ('. lift '(' :utt ii- I Yi.ik.in-.frel| >\ n. ,'i'ae.l to t-onif tirvvtM .'nL i I atf.-r the eo'ntv lirst Monday m this in Staff I clt on iier.the A.hr-t D li Tucid aU'L

for the fu'liresn ful as t : I gtadid ai d each {I | tin ndi r- uI 1 t ll.c*>.iid b.Miii; of iif m<- ii--.ll ..o-lii. v < i.ent. b. in e its | ,-p j :) will) In- !t ixtn! Lu i -.ttt'h /// hisc-indid.u-y is ul.tlioii ,md injili ; the ML'I! fst.ue-.ire [ '
i.mk :is ,i blood: me 1I'me 1-II it for : --11-I \' ii! terms of
I pu-tuie
pupils 1 % : tie ot I
roitcciiu'J.Ttitre | ally I'lin* t.loo 1 it tv'' .- 4'-iIi'<> tif lid* s ':', ,t' tt jI' : thfi.t .I'll': .iiitlu nrn-atfil.I I viithin t tlie tun-t re-1 alioiit t'> tvpi.or for any r.ftUv that shall have
Coll.iate course, lilt I : I j| !t i.ls ill HII-Mi-lion lie "leuh: 1 Alldlllu-1-.ls..l 1 iiiirf tv I Iiw. or fits notice iriti! I*|. plcfiil inlurl become vacant.No.v. .
Ji !
I i ( ()'. inti-ii-i \o.-al ami inMiiinuntal i of their S
i ils | i
c Mer\ VV
i tuirieuluin t.t.I '. I 1 i] ot a:u it-lory :irul. on e.ni- | iAr.r..Tl's II T MFFRS.
r llx-l: iMUXN Aii.c. -. 1- "I. '. : therefore, notitv is hereby given that at
sic quite n numberif giy yu rig l bt-t inalf ind f inukt: j I I be | imishid by a lint it l ill') ; Is (CnlSV I'vIM'- ( : .Ir.ivx I m-jf );tI Ut ilIt. cti"I'l.t -. I .ilinmitraturI thfaid xviitwl t-Uttion tiif said Article.a*

li.ichclors in I Ihisity They either h.ive )have a gi.ulu.itin-: ( : ) 'l bundled and'! Ifty dollats. j i! .10nicklire lor i-oit.s wait-, li'.itiioti-. i fall 1 s.: sx'ion \x ill ctiihracf: Oftolnr. I: Notice. I adopted bv the I.p lhlatnreof! : "<'. will! be- subtiu1t'.t -
j ji ( Tothceleetorsof jlie state of initlafi'r
no hcHit. or early il in Mime compo-ed of our i, ; I tilt' tlioiivind d.'ll.iis. or !i \ i t'Itli'h. an.l Di-ci I ini't the II ruiitiiution In-
tituu -nil i | It i e-tinriied tfi the i 1 > \ YIUTl s'r AX oflDI.lt MSIJE! It\ TilE i\ or ivjet-tion. and the follow iag
in it coiiiin-
who nl liclinnv
plnre. Cufid has dulled ) will i.ceive | Hiei.ile pi cili nti.u vi ; ( bniarv i I ) H.tiuiabi[ V\ni I K. 3Lt7j'i.ur.! JiMp ot thirl I i ructions, are hereby given as t>> the modeof
ninny u >liHfthinutl than \ ill ( ii-t thi: ('itv of N.v Yoik | spiini I ; iion Jiiiiu.irv: .
diplomas heic i one 1.0.mole Hi m Ihiee :SJI'.ooco: ; ) ( ) j Count} Court in: ari't for tf.e C"iititv of lira.1-1! -' npliauccvithsnM:! anuen'irr cnN.

at tliekc lniiul-oniu fallow k and No\\ the hear IV ( )- 1 dint le'oim toii.is liijh l.ut if ;ile 't"I' .M.iu-h) Ajuii' atnl .Max.For ; I II tor.l ttn.I St ite ot I Hori.la. .'xetLitt.: : rolKitt> nrs.t--.Vt Slid gi'iit'rallirtuiifl.. each elector

witlioul avail, fince liny lerutu tlie ?iM>d juople ol 4IIII- : Iii case all- toiiiilv ollim! pie want: it Ilu -houid h'ive ilDr I any :additional infoimalion.i.hlrt j I poueis. latf.l Au.'U-t ll.e -\nh.\ A. t Ii. li'Jv). tip-I( shall tiL.uofai.l expnss his asweut or di-sent to the ratittca-
h.inie j Jioiutin r me t'.> Iiil It't'-igrlt"1 a> ecnnni-.ioiirr to I II Article I. liv having written or pnnt-
sphinx-like lmcu-oii| ] ot oilier d.iys.; The noble enttrpiKc., 1 i Iii I ] ] : .it' anv: t ti. ti.ni] the -uper- .i thtriaincip.il.I'iof.t I 1 t ( ( i-r:: I. C.I..M.N I -ell the f.iittt fp-r n.'tt .'- ire t lifloru, n to thestaieff I' edon the ticket which he 'ial! tisutt..tmtew'rd4:

it-It. Your childlen I I I Im ..! 'hL.uhI givtto the perj Acker's Enuish Pills .1. ClI ; Win..1 t VI. ( .nntr Lit-of itijn-k: ('unlnt% For Article! I, or Against Article I.
girls l.\
or IJli.ltAKIi.Jjil--
thi X-.
lycon, < unjleldin I ; ( >rtrii_ ilc-1-t-.i-f.l.-it.wteil
.i. ;
lu-ie. thev will i be .. led A'n i [ in sti.l County of
t tvci ye j ( a cittllicalcot'I t :lt" jV.'. i-tr.--tiM* -n t I\irsi-! And notice is ahuivcyi that at aid general
pnio. < I I'l.iilfoM t 1 .If-eril"I I
lt nel raliiIily oi ci 'in Iii lie tociicumvuit itUV ue:idol's at a eo-t all i I and: the -iipi-ivisr 411>t ti-i'is- bead: :o-h-*. ih-oni.-Mt I Iturn:i it. |t.u- iii i ,it larv. i> t-"f rinartf ail otfction uitt it-. t! election thfAi I ArtteJoIIhall! in- -ubmittetl to

i ilh.mwhitit l would ; j l : give lo anx pi IMI.I ilt-Miin! ; a I ;-- -'t''. luau .'. >mp-\.iii! ;.iii.l liidio'.is- I .J. L. I'X-MN-; I'l-i'-i.lt-nr. eight soiiili. ol r .u/f i went} tw .-.i-.t ( Stt&.ntt.it1j1 M'f;I Article iN-tlei-iors? 11-hall, :iiilihe have I .ilii .f hose! ,otiniton tbtui.th .

suppose ilia! (-\rry <1''iiH' >eiHt in the jihild oil i fiom honie to letuins ii.ini the 1' ci'id a I in-t. tiiev li.ivi* ne U been -,| l-d.! "t:1iI.: Fit; I s r<. U1.: i .'i" :. tilling i i.' I.UM I red amiixtv ivonl* vvutt.-u '.r punte. "n
county J Ins: in li!ii. mind picked out some 1 7ir. | liuiio*. i.i ot siii-ti put, t-itlier in Ameiie.i DI uoi.'!. -, ihi! ) iiU. \- i 1 1 iio'i -) n'e: twtmv.iiTes irrrf.! tMeimni in i ulliviti..n.* iyht to I I >r.\rtu-f| II. or. Asasn-r Xn.i-'t I IIVnI F

S particular pert>oi-ii he vv.utld hI..- to i l.v.ivioi'\: i come. 4ht:! ; II I 't be ii-lied! upon pavmeiit \\ Ki\in-: .Not iff.i tviuryear"I 1 Nw.. i.\ \utn.-i o.iuf or.It-r I i iofi--is fuither give-, tl f t it-aid fTtneralfi

'M-C i Octobii (Ch.: at S ,'}') .. ( : : i cii-toiiiaiv! !tees fur topxing -" ] > V vuiiifi.l, ;iuli.oiitv vi-i- tl.e hi,. lit-st ant U-sf eti'n.lid rt'I' III shall I e submitted toth*
elected n iiit-as
to the I'iffeit-iit county ollitcs. AtIcHKl I whole nature of That i! > lniM'-r. in front of tI.t! ("'tIlt hu.t'l- lit tl.r rlitors.. and thf ballot-of th"-t- on Ar-
| tin- | | ; -, pipeis in the 'l'.te of Ihe Terrible Coush niiiii-tralt-i- llif -tale i-l 'ni''11 u'- >in... I voting
,l. Totu ,( S4ankt' no I lit' 'tuu.i Coiniiv? ,,( ii-a.t..ii! .t.| tie! I III. -hall li.ttt' them
them, ik; Mime peiH.in who. lo liiniiml I,;- lug t&lk.: lot% ot xiiii ( I iu ml t untv.No\ftntit *
r. A I II. is1 nt tin*
..lid mquaiiitaniis. i ;? 1'nr the counties if I Momoe liieatbiuj'. iu:-iii4 plib'. m 1 MoVPAY.: IIIKiTII HV OF Ol roCLK
lk1t.b.c1 t.iI the iitlriluitcs nrtt'emiy 1 tijtitn-'s, > ii-; ( t l.'if i ifsiil.-iu--oi.1 .if. (lr ut stil I 1 tu tinliiI 't::1 I \ I >. j For ArtieltI lii. or. .g&iui-t Arru-lf III.
to make In en ali-cnt ho.. \iui S. Miiilie.1 ; ( )-.ed! i :and I >ci'the ehe-- -mi, Ke.-d ,''i-! <*. ehiilllit'! ill !l! I l.leril-.inu: i Ii' t-'al'ioiirsof ilf. tJ.ttuil.' I-'HI. t .
vvniK I
) u vxiunimj laie. Now die I | it b.-iu; tlie t.r-t iloi. lav ii-a-'li..r.ci.in-l iif votes ca-t in f I the i i1'Vi
-i-nio Iu- uiih .. : the litmus ttf ll.e uh't tin evening or-.M-iis; at\ m :, ht all! I" rsonal prort| \ >- ,, :>n>i t.> sailt4tt'. t
] ed
l ; !LI sit l '.if .! iy.rn! afor. itt i ,}h'-.t'rhn', ,. | j I'M,, | aiifiiiliifiu' : and tl.e eanv.i ,. tleclir.ui.'niid ;
licit to' 1liti on
thing into ai kouiritif' ;Ihete fonder and I i l mv" of tlu--<-tbil'u-.lie! : the: tii-t tIP! -n I I. ) heath c I-tiftc ('aflt.Ini. I I
qu l- love on | ;I | ciMint'i -i i'! not be Itei.I d staffs: i-t Imr-fcirt oi'o <'iar -following tfrnOn. ihii-.t! i i-li iff (Laian.f returns thert..f, -hn II -iibjtt-tedtotli
tions; I 1K. eonsiinipijoii. 1 I eor Acki-i"- li-Ji nuii( anti imiii-r.! Ttnnsl i'i t\ft\e in > tit-, si t'rt'.I! to' sin-e rt.utlitj'iru't: and itrit'',iis.-is are provided
of Mulld.ty : t.r!
woilliy the position and, Illoiiltiii; : iand :-upei v i-.r ol I. !:* i-ti.i- j c a.-4u 51 N. JLA: >T.. .. t n.h 'rtut.' i
; ,
"ICoii law stateof H"rTheattn'i -
lit by
i iin-iiy vx iu. ciin ibesi. i t1 ml l.ia'l.' 11"siul I real e-t.Ue-.ii .lix t..r.z.-naa'! '4tV)0s i-i Uf
t-.iilnl ior
!I. lie lajuMplc ,. Inl.iilit'i. thf l.firs
: r'
flt orhouid; .sv liiptmii md is s | | uiidci apOsitixe aitioi j il I (I ti-lii!>iitvi s> yrtil I

Le. doeply iiitui-bU-d i in Iii i. uc1nii nndthiiuUI I I cmi'itv lativ ishall U m! ide! guarantee oyV.' H. KIVJ-K: : ,. ., \I( u> far ex? t'iS' tl f-n.l a-lnini-iar..>'| I ur i. ti' t- Stt'rjlT isi-alle-l > thr LLWr."jliiiiuie
I ( eliaT ftlf-
---- i : r a--aid it linns sli,dl U- | IVH t t i "iiiu t" enili' uu''ite of i-ttt'L .'ttctuvhLIP

wo lo it lint UK. rat.did.itc- th itit !' Happj the tt'ltIIV! in l-r- oiuptr- "! r- Pi: -..r .; Itaa r 'vfi'n.Notice i 5)** puMt-hf! :n a nevvspajx-r printed in the
choice tiit ik Ill,' Ui-l -. ol.l'i: t U' t-oiintv. iC liitreUea in lh ami if '
(MfljtS up lo I ihu Win Tuiiiiioi.- isti tii.i u and wnliin litMi .ml l i -N. M..HU.IJ iMM-r| < ounty.
>,h..ve ; f i. iweiilv tlwir tv ,
n.juiumeiit 1 the
-. .Mn-li.,1-1: < mt |!tflill.! I > I \ [I I I.H S p. | ur| nhiisf.-1 m county Jw
vilU i I iimit-Id.
*. I In.l.I wiii'-s; I & eh fiioii mikes ihe on. : I in., j Iii thtm.ntir of thf -.j_gi'..,!..'! ti u.solvt-iit x or S -h.xllr.msfst h-a'it five tpi"-s ..fr his nonce!' if o*

has doito inoiv( tor ( I ;, : :! The (i&'rs.ii; win.1 sli ill left-he -ti'.etiiti th it -iu eaii bt it..- -->t.iU* i'l I.I.BI- V\.iU'\SKi.
Oiirdtmocrmic iiiiilii-in.'s oinliincd; t : t of v.-'e- tat toi one f.tld, \\ bi.lieuL1 m, her 1 him--he; vTaticittd ; I'y .Joii'j 1.. i.i-ivi s. .i.liiirthsii: !iar< .r of sai.l: lor ruhlication.h, t> TfcnjY \\ Hl-ltPoF. I tathireuntO&t

lionuiiceo \\ ill mtkeaniictive .'ii-iii-: r< .*il i i.p t'V I 1 1 eiitid I I to Mull ntlke. 1 1t 1t 'or >i iii'itith bv Ji u' i liuii' tV pbxsiei i'atVXiiticas- lt'n 'HFK P. AT < ..l r-Httf S. frU-l I HIV hand arid at'Ked thf t'reat Sell

caiiv- 4.f J Iit, i-ouiiy ibis lull I ,]]. John l.f-'if.! t I.titnt i- $ in. but 4t-A! V\.iM>. I l'i-told! li-r-b- J.'tiuL =.;*k u-. aiiii-trai..r.f!: tl... '1 1 S"pt t- t".lt 'L S1THI of thf Stttf.f FInrl.li. at TaMsha.se. .
t t | jit'l stIlls shall) uieive an tipl il 1 wiil ll"'i-it-s '--ltt "t f Lmiis XV it-cnv-ski.I laf.-ofnrutf.ir I I the this tl f-1st 1 VO.HN .
Tho u f.r MUIII* jil.u-f -a\s: I | \ nit iris '! r..UMihlpi.iu! Ct.iin S N li! Itt: i-Nitliv yifK Ih.it thf( t.illitwintr t Capital- <
: :
pro-pet m ht- elit lrt ljh t me tolit-iht I I l-t, 1 I si iuidii-r: ol voUs Im the :andthit: no m -li'-iii'- otild in'- '. lv.-Mi-.nF'TPla! ilfi-t-- -J. lutill flay U1.-.1! n :hit 'I -t Mi!, rl.as tile.1! I iioti I, ,' < >r l.i- inrr-n S iitsl.t, '
i.i : t.flicta .
in aiv
lui lit. aiut wainirt I ila-in I *.i lJins I t.n.lidcnt ruii' iiiie1.! : ficctum theittoi shall; l lI I 'irui.ri'.i '. _: iii'. 1 ftatT!..-' >ii fCisLiiu tin uiM'1-.iit-v of.u.l r rin UI iiiikf fnal proof in -i.piH.rl of I 1:14 i-laii). t i'KAvVFORI'.
: m. li--l .1.lj Nt'i : varf tinI.MV I t'' I''tif.I anal I I nut thctt atit Ir't w ill bfiii.ulf I Irc.iv I
of tIIt.tIs ilari'Mny prc\Ni!< '- Mldlior h:udw l I s'1-.h ( nut*. nii i.xcecding! ilt't'i V 1''i' I ; .la' i.ntgttt uliii'iiitsli all i P'-I '&.hitUau l-iiiii- .* M.n-tai I I Itit.iv aii-l Krtiiruliiaiit; .
lhioimh"ut% I llu- lank ai.il iii town. MIX-: "iUf: rl- I i I' the result of Hue tlectiou a bottle and to iiei di .ubt: lohiid I lierselt!I to.r.lttlf! '-amt iu i.jv uti'e!\ ilaiv! .ur.i, n : 'VEML'ER .IbS 1'tl I. on I' Il. K ALt.tREShenJf Bra'rortlCounty.'L .

: f i.lth t I jiijitnl \ thm for n nun who i- : ) a: > .eit med.I .u max: ii I.. ln-neiiui1. '. tV'im ti'-tdo-t*. >: b-* ti.iuiii- tu-Vlaii; tu.'L! .u or 'iv thetwi-ntv' Kill), S :'iftlmlai of I VT lunit I I.an". "f VVaMo. Flori'i.t. I II I K N. ..
1 > .
Ji.! A t !
ilire |II; li l.c.m and CMI.UIIC I don l l.lie vviitlui he ; i' ionni: "ion. r-. it I 11I j I ne 1 it' il-tj .MI.' ] :.tiler tas iu t-t Lottien, a pro rat is-tn! on !viliteli,uui.u i.t'.ttt| lli>-tlififwi a -M-- ol I l"s u!?i. i Iu.ut f I' I I'Hf. (ortlit' t'tIe I' i tol tITNEL4! Si-c'UT: : s. Kuvt-il - --

Co-ipt-iati.m IIIfltg) ilunie.I ( Jkillock L lonnd new Mionuth, g. i ;I :t ilhi'e. til' by the -ccrctnv: < .I f nind hi -..< ..ll,1! : a 1 -.xei ;, uo'.x dm-- I'-u..-..' .inio'ictlit* t-r.-ilitor- thf.inif Ins tcntintioiiiei.riie iivites
must be t levied li'R JUSt lu Ji.nl a ] .', state oltice.I h'r own hoii-i work :nl is .-vx *-ll IL. -lit' ittif-s: tny tl4l1L an.1 al sit S-.iii-. tlv-dav "ln. 'tail Haul.i i iIlnii.Tillis.| hristi.pl rX -U. ;

tt-jtmd nil jviadvinturt-. ( Mil y .xse a bottle at Di :I ( in ever %% .t. I 1're.. tn-il I 1 .uiii it- of tinsrit.tt. ,-tIAI. an I Ivvar aljuvt-sMttfit I: \\'. I Hilt-m.I tanloulK.I: VVaMo. i't'trit t ,,. -: '1'EI51phI: ONLY;
our' 2l1'tt. I tt H 1 t MALI-I" ;
di-i-oxeiy.it I Iirtititii-l-P _> B- ;tft&t .\IE\.tM>Elt 1'it-ii.
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1877. TY : Hon. John F. Dunn, of Ocala, Grand Rally in Starke '

ESTABLISHED II r BEAR HIM : BRADFORBCOUT, TELEGRjPH.n \ ;(.rmtth', ) dui iu-r.tt ie speakers! here .

'. ._-: .,.- \ on Tuesuav. :, .(-

I 1 Starko) Fla.. Oct. ::1, I l-SW ; Miss Julia Wall: Ml ."> Tue-day I i !; tf t
I J. IL I, .-:.:-- ,,-- --=- .. .. ; for Palatka, where she, will visit her I II BRADFORD'S DEMOCRATS : ,
I ''s'Mer Mrs-. R. Richard. : I !)w.
Local ,
I affairs I
I __ __ _
I l, r:" I..y':* popularity' lias: not yet i\ .>.
J I, I' TO IfESSELL) 7 its, beati-
c\>,' '-1. People still thiCk to :
i iI I Is-! more the result I of '
I II ool.iwlIIlIt"lf tifuf I jlrorcs :and enjoy :\ 1 bath in its I
f- DEALER IN' I I I I'I .aid t((*fl than: the mere lavish: use !I linn John 1:'. Dunn. (' 1lc
II I of 1IlOIl1Our new stock of i \\ at('!". Ami Hammond Address \ I ; cal ,

'j: Al.I. I 1)iis: "iOOl'4Is I 1! Wearrnmv le.ldy to print I Icc- : Tlu- Meeting. I ; oft

:adapted to till the wantof those :;t jell ticketsThe first orders will I,. --' _. I and the'

''II'I who, haviiiii.: slender meanstill: deSi i i! receive tin tri; attention. Order .C'AI.I. SIKAK Till: : i i !

i TALR i e to make their appearance: crcd- :'|I early.'I'Imere. 'i I>.\ Y. I! .
ital.le. i
I j much. >lliMiTfJIII: :1 Wa'hat i !
j i is s ) Ki.thusiastie: : ucuuoeruI4! :
MILLINERY : Our l'xl'cl'ilIH't' and clo-e relations: j I I Oil in Starke that it IS fc.inl: t..> get .tcarpenter tpeaker- 10llnd.n tluir I .
with the! numifactmcr: enahle! : us to I I \ t ) Tn.\
: I or ma*<>n to "V ;* I little1 at Murkc on Tuc::--.:-'%' !U-t. :S-nalor: : ). lo
I pieseiit this seaso'i: a line of DIISS: ; )
i (; ,Il.] .. UN.VI'l'KO.VCIl.VULi: : : work. \:I IIf ()CaL. Im\'lI7 :.11' i\'l'tI tILL ) '\ : | ; 'tt! ns|
t tf I I it U-t : :
I St\1e. \ :Mrs-i Fannie: JoneJ 1 paid] .1 .' Ji I'f.1 f r .111. llt. I Hie (fwiimilk thought : tilt
1 1 u
; t. 1 _. -_. __.__ --- ,I Quality i I I i visit: tSt.I. Aiigu-tine: hut: wecfc a'rvl | 11\\\ thepeaking) !bt'giui ;-AI Hill f ..
YORK AND I'riee. leports that she is delighted, with: .I n't that 'Iiour CJI\itrri'i; ) ;;
IN THE i I II Trilby, sternlwrg t A.: (Co.Milk that city. v'i'irurd: the )lionorahleeiittuMi5lL geneu'a'au': .

t PARISIAN STYLES. ,I : i shakes at MeacnaniV.'Lemonade : : :Miss i Kthelyn:: Richard has: rot it moil'I Jtr': and : :iUICne !i ( .
l : : and(soda I walir; at II from an l'xt"I1th'.l'i.it to Middle-1( I court hon>-('. Jle ..ai1 "Our r">rmr/" i : :of th'J

.. :\h'lt: luau!!' bur'/, where lle"a... the guest of i! uow men.ifed with rritcr .1 : i: I N.J. JONES : I 1'aitidoV I I cigarsTu: I I Mis.- Allice \\.a I'. i|I II .. r l known in jOt 1. istory." Amor' r r t.. l :1)

I lleibcrirer A Richard.] 'i I I'I i nu.ii.icc9 In. mciitionctl the t'ritT, th? f.ri.lull
resit Display of SILUS, LACES( KIISIiONS() and ORNAMENTS : '1 1'1 lie st rtvhtcrrv 1' grower lias: been \
A ( Take ;( : girl to; .Meat-ham's for 'I the: l and'! llic moaelniy:} !.sv'stiin.! 'I j t.ikil
Ri'acelets Hair Rands :and( Hair Ornaments your well !suited in I weather: for I the ,
; Rankle: cool drink. Fa liners' Alliance hart scnreil them (,ut f"il
temperance two weekand I
past a great uuiativiulaiits : >
t Styles to numerous( to mention. I llu- ti.rce till, :at lei"t: after thi" .' ; Bruli
: All
kinds inks ui
of tempi l ranee 011 attEachaIl's i have been set. ,IIrs. Ii { i
:): Talks to his Cus-l :\( tioii. He spoki :aLma a IIJu. ami j jsrmV uIIIt
otlice. : !
opposite' po-t' i : : {
j j15ny ; Slls
i :\ i L. Cone and children have:
I Hainlntrgs, Swiss Embroiilcrii's, Plain :an.1 l KmLioi,, about re.nleis ei.tire. Xeir tit! chisp f Hie
1 l'.l l Suits TAMO Skirtings and Van I I\ ke Laces, QUI'I>II'S Lawn: ,, tomers I II !-hil'tfor; sale: only by .I after three weeks' vi-:;it with relatives atoi's : s lion.: K. llanimon: f,:

India-Linen, Checked and} Lace-Striped. Lawn and 'J'rnhy, Steinlnirg & C'o. atltl fiiemK in Staike. j jTruby I at.lrl's )1

cit <\ : :Xain ooks, :Solid\ ami) FancyStripedS.itteens. his I Hams, shoulders! \ sausage: : butter, :Sternburg] it 'o.'s ginsi I Omnge.\ '. entered and the Col.l.all.5 J il Cartel The chairnmn u'f ( I i.tnnluceil tS.i. I i ( : 5ci'it'i?;*

:; I i iI ehec-c, etc., just icceived bv work to; perfection. Five gins: ; are II i I Senator llnnunond, who : if-!
,Will! & ( .
; : | IlItllil'!!, and there i is hardly a sound I lUtcncd to : for half ) ; .pl..,

),t',I, French! Salting, KIM! and Linen Chambrays, Nnn's-Yeilinj, I CHEAPCASH 1 1I I Have jou I.lri'ltf: Saeet I Home flout:? |I until yon: git in-ide the building.Uumois h" I' of thc south attentively ale it iniM-rats: l'l'Wl (';\!!( If lil::

Henriettas, Side-IJand-Snitings, etc., etc. 1I The sales are I increasing every day.The : wcie horn w>. Our : ] ,
F I licst, trade me.it.. For sale: byIleiliei'L'er ; are in ciiculatioii i to fll'It .It'ral "ntl'
The Largest Dixie of I I it Kit-hard. effect that the F. C. & P. hasseeiir: -i, I I and it is the people's' purlv. 'I .4.'c.

I ed the contract to : the I 1.U !house of fungi'ess is the only >t
: and Ameoskag (linghanis ever liroutr }t South. A TO HE (;1VKN AWAY, a nice transport ) ot this
i Saccarappa elected }
L Lancaster, Cuban: mails: : going and coming JojTampa. I gO"l'nlll1utlll! '
: )l.eautifui lilt of C1IALLIKS at S 'cents a yard; ; FIGUKKD L.\ \\ KS and I present with eveiv pound! of I'otrl' : i iI h> I the people ant i we n:List elect / ( :
buy of Wills it (Owens. I 't
OHnAXI>IE yon rats! II protect our right-. ('itluiuuel 1 s>)' .il111'r : ,'
Home( made bread. I tie-h C'in'llit'olll't will convene in this : I
; cvuvjday i rlostd vviljj a rattling rCI-
city on Tuesday. I Hut; little I important j ( | fe'-
made ) :Mrs.i Watson i is
: : by : onsaie I uoil Almighty had the
Children's Misses' and( Ladies' Hose eveioffend to the tradein ; -.--- 1I at. Wills it ( )wtim. Try it. i ant bu..ines on hand. This is the J : ail on the brow rf put the white tau1u1I&uplcsnaey I for in

:Starke. Ladies' Ribhed' Undervests in every !'tyh'. Para-sols, I I I We are' determined,i ll-;; :.!;ain 'yonr : first court 1110 It.'i' the new judge. I II -i lit- owl mutt not expect to oar; wil ::\

Fans Gloves, etc. Brown and Uleached; Cottons: Table Linens, oiiilid''iu-e. Once! gained: I, we i Intend I Attendance t to the nublic meeting? Ihe eagle. For profound and! solid
TIME: : Wi1! not of
Napkins, Dovlies Towels and Towel Crash, Summer Jeans and permit my to letain it. I' this \\ eek was.cry sin ,ill. Our peo-: ': the it-publican p-uly: is much ( (' : i ;t

Cottonatks.LARGEST. enumerating the slock I have: in Truby! I Sternburg;t \ it Co. I I file must take more interest in politicsto (- \ The national capitol: .is Ix-ing hl'sitgl'll' : rw-

I Ii store, so I must simply say, Come! S.YE: :\lON EY, save :-JO!(I per. cami .., keep I Bradford' vote.where1 I hordes of corrupt ioniss us nil our beatmi ifu*I eiti.-

AND BEST STOCK OF SHOESIN .il() per cent in tai: by having: it belongs. southland overrun by 1 irelings of ing ,.
I and 31 house is full ofevervthinir ,rui
!see tile
THE ('ITY.I y i .\ our clothing made by WanamakerA School 1 will open Monday: mor-I piuty. St 111 lug up it I life and hatred it

i t von!! need] nnd at prices! :;; l nI'O\\. :All tits and; gootls guar ning at 8:30.: ) There should : the neg.ol': The republican party : I ,
I and fitted.: We are sole for the world-renowned) anteed. I II. :S.; \\'alkt.r; I in
Every one pleased -igents that: cannot I II)(' competed with. I sues ayeut.The laige :attendance the oJlt'nint: Let <'ouTi"l'c iniquity and brought t

JAMES MEANS $2!, $-3 $4 Shoe. only) =:-2 a (day: : hotel in .lack- the !school start off with a full at-1\ in cviiuplion, and it is to-day showing! I i .
I : I selected my :.stock with great care: II I sonville ioThl' Traveler I tendance. I IMis tutu I origin. ; -
I, A FINE LINE OF CLOTHING GENTS' I. and,I IOIl.rht'l'r'lhillff 0 JI for SPOT j (JIass, china! : an:1; ,wooden warecheap i : i I llallisy I the vocal music !, The speaker urged upon thj people of.

CASH! I direct from the : at Wills & OwensAn teacher at the High I I School delight-1 i tuu-sMiy of I ful.\'otl at the coming election
FURNISHING GOODS)() Trunks and Valises. Saddle's Undies, importersand I I ; Gen flul lock must be elected I, .
I :advancing l1Iarl; ('t. Leather ed the :audienco, at the Bapt.: church [tla..1
Harness -the best \Vool Collars always on hand. ( manufacturers: thus I (became 1 !such a msijorily: that tbc'e IK? (:0t
has none away 711". III the leather: :Sunday; with her elegant, perfectlv cal (!

:;: FANCY !GROCERIES! AND PROVISIONS( of all kinds HARDWARE [ the only middleman: between the I market: price-; are to( and\ .ill i> }per ct.higher t trtilll'll'oic('. i( 1 even by such a linux- as now prt: \(
f l Czar Tom Heed.
;: and Farming: Implements, Crockery, Tin J :and Glass: Ware, } tlHlathall I they were lastspring. i over Iy ask
,I loom :and the consumer.COMK ( :1l't. I R. C. I Heibcrgcr has !grown ,t ,

: ture and Stoves, also sole agents for the celebraled "LOVE" \\111r111-1: !" of. Thiswill making i I have foot-wear the: necesarveffect higher.An :;: :another inch.! I He says: it is the iueetgirl J I In Ihe Col-l of his* marks ,! I: .

MACHINE-work-* button holes, l'w011 buttons and 1 does every. kind baby: in the tate t and tips I lie I II I Dunn said he .1 I
2 I illlt'nil'ith Truby, Stern-li I I proud our
I beam at !9) Ibs. Mother! and child J Jaie
of Fancy work, all for the same price as other machines.T : i burg! it ('0. s'io\vs' that our people for riprestntatms; he kiev them well *
1 J need( I not pay this I i :advuiccd! price : doing % he had: worked by thesid-'of Dr. (1askittin [

1.r( [? ICE COLD 1111'1'1:11XII: :: ) CHEESE ,.f.!:: JI I I for SOUK- time, :as they were\ cat: 'etui _\I rs.: S. :M.i Sims :and daughter! :! I he' legislative halls of the state. ..! ; 1 my

:to pl.uv: large :advance: I orders, : l fvr i I Be-sie; frolllrilTIlJ( ( ;ia.: are in the | had fought by the i.le rf .J.II D. i t

located: .the home of t II knew and
"'-' ''' .'''-, 1n.ant Ill'lr woth i !
I 1)< n't put vour! Iruids: in voiir i I :Mr-i *. ( 'apt.: [ 1 .J i ateIi. -. I{I knew that Bradford county would Ie :. p'I.1

: Mallory's New York Florida lines. i iI I troll'I'1' pot'kl'ts, whi-tle ''Annie :\( '. John, 11.-ill: brought to our oflice npieseiiteil in tie Il'll"glslatul.} Ila I of

9' Latnie": i and e\Mect: tl/lll' well! dressed as large: blight orange as wehave 1 Mich men is G/"klt IWt! Johns / !' .

.. --. I; these!I fall days-. ::Much i more practical : 'I ever seen at this. season.; :\fr.1' roinnrmd the n' p.t of I.11::/ct..s I : jZ-

I to purchase! : a (comfortable I 1 vi I Hall I i" a fanner and 1 fruit grower Tall.ihass-ee or anywhere ,'l.u!. ; irn.st

Hew r York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and u:;. i i-h: and !mc.e titling suit of clothes; I that is- hard to beat. i # I I ;: : .,,ful

F fiom our new stock, :and\ be happy. '! etl.ltor Cull: anived! on I the ll.oO( t rut 1 : .
Gouls! It i II I I ).r.V.. 1. McLeod 1, dentist, has' .
1'KKNDIA VI \ KVflCC: Y TLI I CI> I 1. AND SEE my such \'
Caning rrom, I'VICKY Nothing i .gives: : gentleman: on \ ( ilties'Iav. The (.opiii.iilec r
Nl 1.HIK, -ICIU.Y.\T :3 i' m. I to :Seville where he will 1 settle'I ': Jll
l'o..ts011 nothing.. to view them, :and an air i of comfortable\ n'>pcetabilityas : I Ljone and sometime at the depot :;nl ('!escorted him li the .
his [business return .
: : (Ii
-- JRON'hTlLVMKJIS: I I I' a rituse-li! ttiiig.! stylish t suit.Theie up ident of Dr. J L. Ga..ll \\ C
I it is a j I''leastire I for us t to show them.Iain I ; ; Ill Xovimber to open a permanent: : : low gla '
i i. lii, -mall aboutTrnby
I utIt : : he while lit
lug was; ic. At 2 lck. )! I : : I..
of )
I ollice) and become :1 citi/en StarJ..t'l <
- RIO GRANDE I anent for Thomson's (Glove! :Sternbiirij;t .( ( 'o.'s new stockof : | L. Hill. ihaiiman of democratic I .
J 'ajtain Conor.I fail I lie I will I I be u'.ad'!: to see all I his friends j .J Jle county
l clothin-jr) : the I'ril'-l
\ I Corsets. Th.IIOcls needno except ) eMcutive coniinilUv. in :a few :
Fitting : his
tt IttlI.
I t | Ilt
\ upon}
( and that: is exceedingly" minute. l Ih piopiiaie j reniaikiintiodiicctl! SVtI9 I : .

I' STATE OF TEXAS, commendation of mine, the l.idies selecting( no\v you st-lire the pick. A number of buildings! ; about t.1\\ Tihave l'ail.a large and enthusiastic :

1 Captain Wilh.uus. in the i FUH11{ Men. l been handsomely,: painted intilt' I He I said he owed :ulcncc'. ,
, all know I thev are the best I : I great debt to the r(' : :
wish level l headsI !last: few months. The paintiniris I
Farsighted: people' of Dnulford county'* u ho had a! : i
) City of San Antonio, !tnatket.I I come to us for everything they need i :i great: improvement 1 awl should! !Ill 1porll'l li.tn. I lie was pleased to ,, I
.' Captain! Wilder.Steamers bo continued until house i is I
" Trubv, Sternbiirir & Co. every I
I I I themmd H'CO many f.i in iliar faces. I I 1 gOt
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f.4't leave Fernaiivlina on arrival of train le:\vii!? .JlC'ksollnlJe1:15( p. ut.l'hursday. I painted. I
i Now rapdiilites: : every !111"11111:111: 1 was here as a ct'll'rt to sound the )
' 'J Trains of the Florida Central .fc Peninsula! Kailroad 1'l'ollll\l1l'oillls I !- iuiein I 'III 1 mo-,1 humble voterKuh i .r'tiueuuu1itI J I \\l.'nf'u'1II'I': deposits a hot tie !' of danger to our beloved 1\11: This 5
; Fertiaiidiua 4J::>:i p.m. Tlmrsd ty, m'ikinulos( t-oiinoi-tious. I : one' Mire he will i of whisky in his haigv he does it !; I lIl most critical period of our h :-Iny :
(! and arrive in New York Mond.ivsLEAVI Be electeil until
J stop} at Jruns\vi, a. only thc"lItm..,, and i>
with : -lyncss, so verytendeilv I he money power Was; in the u ('
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\' :: : XEW VOUK: 1.11I'EIIX.XDIX.\. ( Mi, Mow-h!-the/ rotiilli t of N Iuveul.li.ulIIi -
n-i.tayOot. S.. CITV Or S\X ANTONIO. \\VdneMUy, Oct. 8 doe:* he poke it under th'1) :presidents are c1'l'I,1 I-y Ldl,( ry .
;: KMa! Rivershas leturnedfiom I
I Tuesday. Oct. T. ITY OK. (-O.rMil| I:! V. Satur.lav.Oct.il s : : :seat that it !looks like he was aft :aid !'ar. in the United! Stales
i ( -T.VT1C IIo' TEX.tS. .\\iiiito.ltt.r,0t. l.TueaUy .-> her vi-it t to> Anthony.Mi. (congress
.11 'riIJa"Oct would and.. him bad.
it Fout give
I :
( away the ht of I
Oct.14.. CITY < IF SAX .\XT. IX 10. S.itimUy. tiel. 11\ I I li.iiuht m open I day.
Fri.tayOctl7.. '1TY OF COI.t'MISI.V.Wwlnt-s-lay. Oct. :!:2Tues4lay. I the least : i
Max Krouse, of Savannah: was at jar. I thanked God that linultord! ('ouuty in-
Oct. 21 ->1'\1'1-.11": ) '1KX VS\.... Saturday, Oit :.!.-, I
Friday, Oct. 24.CITY OF SAX .AXTOX1O. ... .. . .. .. WV.lnesJuy.' Oct :L".i I ITuesJa .. ill the ('itUli" week.Ilev. It is said citv fathers intend! such men as J. L. Giiikins mil John I ) al
}'. Oct. .cI1 v OK) roI.L'MIUA.1 .. . . . . . Saturday.\ Nov. 1 I l ;
Friday Oct.31 ..STA1K: OF TKXAS\.. ........ ..Wfdnowl.iy.Xuv. 5 I .- l '. :\1.-)1. Wa nil ohiit. will: }preach to manure the middles of the :streets !i Johnson their tickit, nifii \\ Ito CUI.t ,1 r I to

For general information And Semi HppU, weekly to sailings tJifrt-aftt-r. I II, i i I in Staike Sunday (the 1:! Lit nisi. :anil 1 set them to I Bermuda grass. A I o.iin[>ltd by the mom)' power. i I /

J. ,I. CUTLKIC, .\;{ -nt T7VVVstH.iv Stroet. Jacksoiuillo, Fla good i-tea. Gra: s growing only on road: should b built without robbing
G. U. lit;kill Aent f.w.t CVnU-rSt. FtTiiaiidinu.ria. f The next United State.senator: I
,. the :sides give-j the !streets an unfinished people! of the public lands which v\(- f :
:': C..lI. :MALLORY: & CO., OC'lwralg'lItS, Pier 20!( E. U., y Y. was: in town) this \week ( ;liiess v. liich i appearance.. I! }tiLe neuI! for the people! for free ; tring gone

it will Itl'fr. .
one Iifej
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I j I He I wasopposedtoalliHouopoJ.es I I I rur,!
Join the.-- Chew A somi-weekly !service. of the :\l a- !
:\ John I Dohui, of Jacksonville: j and .syndicatesHe halll.t good
loiy I line of stcairships beian' to-ilav i iI j I
HOME INVESTMENT j | i is vhakini: hands with his Starke: I Iu.'i ('lft'E a steamer will leave Fer-1 I j I I lea lev and U.iskins without gloves.

... j fiiends this: week.j Wednesday and Sat- ,': f.ivuiftl the Farmers' .'.1Iii lice and! i I I l
uidiui: I \ ( :

BUILDING AND LOAI ASSOCIATION I Town I j :Mi-s i i .\g'iIt'''; I How'e, who has: I been IInb:11111, : 'Xew York every Tues-! Objects.The I mail!

: j vIsiting! with :Mis,< McCormick, ha: day :;and Friday.; See time card I court house Wao ciowded. Ua I
" I 1 11.idie&; i in t the audience. He i
being :
AND II I returned to her home at Kilwol\.'. I eKe where. I

IS OWN A HOME II I i I IN.rseback I .: riding is aiiin the r.'ne The near>iuhted farmer; who: ticilluis freiMiinlly l interrupted e by loud Iud IwI"ee || here th*

'in. Talk among! our VOIIKJJ! hdies. A verv I horse t to one of that atrinMl's: : proI The, aIIII hotel!, lie depot ,I !
" '
nId.;I I healthful( I i I :and; jjraeeful:; exercise. I tnidini!; hip bones-. mistaking it flll'\: (
The been Florida.
of }
this have I
ollice !
terms SCifltiOit never equalled lit : telegiaph :and the store of Truly I
the tc.n-
ire 4 It offers terms that "should enable l'n'l'mall' to instead of paying: lent to a I 1 :Major[: 1'eabody, of the Tillll'sI i postVediiesday, can prevent Sti-inbiirg it Go,., were tastefully ( i

,'" (- landlord, have same sum jiay for the same; property in :. few .':CtiS. It I I Union force, was in the city Wedntsdav j recurrence of I such happenings!! I Igiving bv ed with I the national colors; the stars ,.
his horse some coin occasion
111 lit ,' offers the Ucst terms toSTOP I Tobacco in company with :Senator; : I :thiy-say once a dav.Mr. Itli pl'S'l'l'l also displajcd! at W. pst 1

,libi A MOirrGAE.I < ( all. I" Ieat&lm':confectionery. C<.

\'iii-: Address the above named: Association 1 Senator Call went home on Wed- I : i Wagstaff tiavelmir I ('OITPSI i, I this
of 14 I Ipindent for the Times-Union, :accompanying I Yesterday Senator all his II,
5 EVERETT BLOCK JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA i Debility night wih( I Hon. K. J. XVain-: Gal I t

tor L' ___ -_. .....-,_ _-. _- right: who; took him to Lake: I UutK-r the speakers' in the I I paiiiDiis spoke at Lake IJutier. The I .
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d'! '''' -- --- I Second congressional: district, made; dieme was large and th iI
the cltil I
'IIt.ttG on Thursday to -peaking at that very in
'. us a pleasant: : 'all while here Tuesday asm rnc\ Ill) bounds. The town : f t the
} place.: I
i DRUG STORE I <-I IX-, I I lie dnl some !good work for gorceously. decorated with flags it;,ii -

rILl I ( i A farmer: in Ch011 lit \', while i! his l paper in the way of subscriptions andg.irlmds! : of moss and llowers. .\ I l !I

' on i DRUGS AND MEDICINES' I i branding. ] calves 1,1-4: sprintr, saw' :a the !speaking I the speakers were : j l | .

.11' j j'I'al I gopher, crawl: Omit of ;!ts hol!('. I He | :M.iiried.), at Jacksonville: the 23d: I around I I town i in ('.i I iiI | purl-
rla2ejj3j/ I'n-
: lhl
1\41 i Shoes:7 :hats: : took the hot branding iron ami )biirned | ult., :\1.i .. I Helen Richard: of Starke Lake lntk-r!: e to
I peopleof were warmly co
JIhl' : :Mr.i C. i K.: I'ro-.ui of I
II a deej lirand into the irojdier''shell. > to formeily i ol .
\- Olothin..g II I i AthenOhio.) :Mr i >. I Brown will I ie- I al-at th.tetl 11rl the pht-.iomen-d gi I\ t
: Some time his donn
ago .
ArltM.1- f' ;
; I of their town.
-JinlI I I
i Jacksonville' her
, : I | side in : taking
I eaithed! a iK-st! of ;'I ojdier eir. s, and
;I Gents' Furnishing Goods. I each; egg bore a miniature u rac. imilc daughters'- : with: her. Best wishes I :Mr.i A. K. )(oil has 1'; I'rHll I I : have

I"' I I of IIN 1 br.uul I He f icburied) the eggs and congratulations! ; : : ; extended l 11) his summer vacation.: I During ; I f. I lit

ti.m DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.i I whether the | : the Tr.i.KtiKVi-ii.: : } .ib-cnce he has visited (adlt u of
tl.1'\ I to see vouiig !!;"I'I] ierswill : the
.tletl. i I :No have birthmarks; ;awl if s tI, j-.4'5 Loc.i Sweat and :S.ulieI : Nework :and Bermuda. Mr. :\ ') ; :

lor-5 J.! L. GASKLXS. just! iccdvcil a larirc stock': of'I i I t the t'Ollllt'Il'rk of Clay may: have! I B.iinum, t XVI of StarkeV; : blight! i! i is a native of Bermuda <11.lhis '

;' Dr.AlXU IX tin- sibovc jooil v\e me pri']i.neil to sup- i to record 'them. This 1 beats :Ja.obtime. J 1 I ladies i pie :all live ill that country. lie I
II\\ 1 ply vniii vvints. Jive: us :a call and in-: j i :; : \ ()ting : n'el'Icertltpaft'! :-; to th t
in tb.*; J Drus & Medicine: J f-pejt 1 out eoods before buying elsc\\ herc.i : i i! teach l at the late: teacheis'institute I i ports having: l'ljy..d liu..cf I t .l.
I rf '. .. t for this Miss Loca ha- i, :ami he cri lie ; \
\v. 11. RIVERS : countv. : we I pre-
. bl'1'tM' Starko, FIsuPhysicians' i 10m' of fiiends who is novicein I ..
our I ; a understand offer of position in t! been where there va: :: plenty to In
i \ an : I
,'. : Prescriptions aiirfS!: STARKE, FI.1 ...\. gal ileniiu.r, M>me time ago jilanted : : | iu
} I school in this i ;
a prominent county, TIonnty ('tiaiaiilsot I
I i,Ct 1 ( ---- -- -- -- cut Iiish! potatoes for sprouts: : inan I ,
sell l Ju'flil1li at alllwll1'Ii-I '111I1 1 I thank II whichlie has under} consideration. \ ice is given I hut there will be rem-
lift"- ::. t j Notice of Incorporation.)) ) ) i i my many friends for pa: * t | at the following! times
" or ------, --- --- --- i l.ITll'l: IS HKHIT.Y. tilYEX} THAT UXHEUt" : J patronage: : ; and solicit a continnaiK-e: ;I I lent'ing; that: 1 jotat: ties :-111I111.1111' set i The service at the Methodist church I spe-iking/ lionAbiahaio (..'."hJ. I .

Notice.incUl.tcd Ai-t auait t-> i of,i.niilo II <* legislatureof;gfiirral! law FlorMa for tne eiititltti"An mc'>r.I of j with the eves nj" .ind remembering'that ; : :Sundav; : night will be on educational :,11'1'/y( John [>. Johns and olhtr ': .

'ate.Lii! An I !114,rttI.; ,fl ..f J"lIilrtltlJ. a it!! l'l:1al, !,," 8\101 all actSfin. :; sime. '! all of his wereet with the eveslowi (i subject-. :)i Ir. Sbamls i i- a'i able. cdticator I Pl'akl.rs; I'm.Hill.. .Monday.!. ; Oct. : ; 1 ,
Ilf'r"l'n tothtMat | .
I II' rn.vi.lence. 'I'i O : 14 li-!sl I
ui.'i layS
,. Hill!! are lu-tvliv n( tifi<-m"foorwu'lul,1! ,hnoiat<>iltli I ">iii-c>hfs tnrt ctlit-r tiinli-r tlif nanieol r I Verv t trtilv i ; 1, 1))( lately tinned the basket: :and \'. ill spare' no pains to( ; : 1,
Thiiii | 1 h
hfttle: tin- at ,
*'atiu. ami all !persons liaMnzil.um MaiKt ami Sampson, C'itKailroatl Com "cIO.1 hOI. Oc. ;; J, I ," .
Tin'I ide ilo\\} Soon the lntiapjte.ired make tinseivuc I !
:- II. ;:i : inteii'sting.
_ :, opain"t tlios.ti.1butf aiv I teiiuirt-iJ t.IIPin. .. ,pn-si' >nt I :it It V. for the purpoMof I"11ltl! I tt'. ouninpoperatin' np young j '. veiy ., school hlltc. 'llr lulv autlu-n'u-atf.1.! within UHMIMI-! _--I <* an.I inaint.iiiiiiij) a rullroa.l for public UM. : but/ all around! ,I tinsides ot! Profess ]<<>oiiey will :also have ton. Frid;iv. O, 17 O'll'r;! a1fOutl I | ,rlp-HO
'l'l n..jIJY hior this uot"ill IH pl.-a.l m. tsar I l.ctwisni'1 i-itv "t Stance atul! aiiip-.ou city, lie basket and nowhere vIse. 1 Kveii remaiks make wi i l made ;i" or casioti mav *. I iva
of this notice will lie 1'1..1 ill L\r of the.r: r corJ \'. i ill Iti.iilf"Count: I v. FlotillaCOMKK t :i I some to ; ou the l !stib-} Il rMjuiri : :
*- -. U \\4. ;\XMltZ.slitrilT : I I. I'HEK. .IAMES !KAILCV.; Jonx. I L.iM'KIS a potato: BUY ),\\orril'.llJut of jia1 .. ject, and Miv I Halli-j will sing a : I lv! older of the County. Deniocrutie; (
.lu.1] :Mark*', FIt: AlI:=uoIt 1 p4t. N. J. JONES. ;Jcc itive: ('iiflhjliitIt','. J.L. Hit.r.. t l.y.
t. S/.pt 5th. tspl.! I tieii'e. it I O1O.!
)ix nii-io -\llI1ini"ll'alrol'! .\ '" 'Jill seems. ? 1 '
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'. The annual' convention !cf the Brother-I re thousands of chances yet to make I I I WOULD) IX A WEEK.]''I The members of thE shipowners federation -I _- : :== '.

c. T lioocl of Locomotive Engineers will soon money here, but to those who have to ; TIE of London mu'e given notice to I ----WAXTS OR- ---
Bradford Con1yTe1et&Pb&
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occur in Pitsburg. come early in the day is at hand and i, heir elerk that they will be discharged I

.- many I have realized magnificently i iTxvelve I CHRONICLED FROM POLE TO POLE unle withdraw from the ship i
.. England may be proud putting up years ago the writer and some I|I clerks'union. The stevedores in London Stern
J.tIlLISUED ET"ERY Y.J her dukes" but it is our democratic friends purchased some coal lands for'', THE WIDE WORLD ROUND. refuse to work with non-union clerks. fruby) burg & Co.

pride to put them down. $j 2.;( per acre. They were offered $3;:' The funeral of Dion Boucicault, of New' ,

t STAUln :F'LORIDA. --- -- acre for them a few days ago. .And Itenn That are Short and to the Fulfil ,
York took at the "Little .
pr place Monday
What fate for Osman Pasha! To with iron lands, timber lands-they
a es i j \\Vll Seasoned, Imperially for the Church around the Corner." There was -
J death at Plevna and then go down have all increase*in value enormously. ] .
: OF cape I I ItcarieiV Tafte-Gooii and Bad New an immense attendance of representatives <
.. TUP. FLOHIDA PKES3 ASSOCIATION, like a drowning rat in a sinking ship. It will 1 be observed that while this let- I j wells YOU YOUR GBOCERIEiS. rttOVI

: : in { of the dramatic profession THEY WANT TO SELL FI.Ol'R, COKN'
ter is written from Alabama it is not I i B.Iftl nOWI to Milt Our Valuable and a OAT3
AlTILIATtD WITH the interest of one State alone, but takes I i I united Space.The of persons prominent in all ranks of HAY AND BRAN"
Tii 1o: N.iTioNAt. PKKSS ASSOCIATION.TEIIMS I When a young lady is like a flewsi l
i in the whole South. The
-.------ paper. When she is in a wrapper it of is dollar I iron market in Glasgow is greatly ife.The THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOm.DRY COODJ".AXI XOTIOX .
spofcen general. En'C' invested I i steamship City of New York arrived -
the excited.
OF SDBSCUIPTIOX. needs a to it go- stamp
star} judiciously in interests WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR CLOTHING AND FfltXIHIING
One .............................. ..-....._.Jl 00 of elegance. A violent at Queenstown at 9 o'clock Wednesday THEY ROODS.
tix months year ...............................t.....oM.......... wAll and enterprises is a source of great revenue storm prevailed Paris and morning, winning the ocean race THEY WANT TO SELL YOCR HATS AND .
Mil!iri|'tii'iJ5 must: t e paid inx-arUblf J'l -- !f the investors and they reap the ,I vicinity yesterday.] from New York with.the Teutonic; time, TOt C.\:
vlxMtuf. Ixo\ discrimination In favor of an/ this place all things are \-orkinl fruits of their labor- continually. The Scotch furnace men have struck 5 days, hours, 14 minutes. The Teutonic THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR BOOTS, SIIOE:? AND KUHKEHs.: .
One) 2
Itt..lr.("...mlOuni'atlon11'011 all matters of local together for another for goo. the good iniproxementscontinue. thing m (General that is Uurke's known letter the contains nothii and- f for an advance in wages. arve at,10 o'clock; time, :days, THEY; WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR HARDWARE, TOOL AND BUILDING (

intercut noluttod from all part of the county; i: to thoughtful Prince Hismark has taken a villa at 2:hour :minute. 1\TFl.\
hut to reccixe attentionlettrtmu8t) be accotvpanieU observant pepf] of the North; but his THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR WAGONS, BUGGIES, AGRICULTURAL
San for the -intcr.A IMPLEMENTS
_. A from that
liyatvKpons'blenaine- for publication HlIH leport comes Ky., .
----- testimony is valuable for that, as it Lus
.taut us a guarantee of goKfaith.. In Russia tney simply thought three emphasizes the claims al Southern Suakim dispatch states that choler near Twelve Pole crek, Wayne SEEDS AND FERTILIZE

) -time NOTICE wheubulisfrtpUon TO! M'BSCKMEKS.11n ipire is pnnt..,o joung fellows had killed somelwdy. andstrafghtxvay news-papers have made for the South,- i is,spreading rapidly in Mabsowah. Court House, Va., Friday, a terrible THEV; WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR SADDLES, HARNESS ANti IX
..ii, t nh wrapl'cr.i fir iiaitr. *ith the adrtreymi'l hanged them. There is a and this ttpha.is comes from the North : Checks to $i .OUO, have fight occurred between a sheif's posse F.\C
nuliM-niJtioii will lie lromptI'I.opped! t.uMS weird about Russian justice. awl a gang of Italian TOUf aFn.
(.- .>i IUTW Ise: ordcre.1. Tboe who contmvd I !simplicity i itself. __ _ ._ |, 'I been tl1l'l ti.itisit from London. i in which several italianswere Jabrer A AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED! THAT THEY
the 'nltwill be -- ---- ---- --- kie
titUc-llic from ex-
t. IIUIKT \ special] the coal labor-
(H id to pay, for It in full. Tho Secretary of War xxill shortly SE.'VS.I TIOlL .1DVERTISf.V F :M.ei'iiiH-n copim>> f rtf to any address.lufluhnoftlxr visit Chattanooga, to make ollicial. inspection eis bralar 11:1-e gone on a strike. frightful collision occurred at Forest .
to one jiotk-rncr the BBAI- of the battle ground that is to A writer in the Chicago Commercial I Eight thouanl lace workers are idle BUY AND AT THE S.BI TIME GUARANTEE -
m-NTV TLLM.MAFU will be sent (JO.t I' Park a suburb of St. Louis, by which
Union is responsible for the follow! in i Calais in of the strike. THE QUALITY AND
\iiirfnr51.4Jl 1 1t he converted into a national park. g ; consequence William He wart, engineer was killed,
Kfiuittamt-i Ktiould be mnd..by chetk.posU. ilterestinif not altogether probable Trouble i is, feared. and the fireman injured. The Colorado QUANTITY OF

,! 11<11.UIIII(-)' order or ixK.Bteicd letter. A woman has gone 170 days without account of the advertising methods ofan 1 The Egyptian cotton crop is expected t train was late and as the Keokuk train GOODS.

I food. :he should al wax's lodge at a ho old and well-known house: |to show a heavy yield. The qual ity isxcellent rounded the curve it dashed into the
ADVEKTISIXO; KATESirnds tel the .\ "Perhaps the most remarkable advertiser -
on European plan. plar.mly6uidd e everywhere.There Colorado train on the Wabash tracks. .
I )(- upon position and length of time to (.' ly hunger is a desperately ever known in this country was
t 1'111IIId will IK t liirnislu-d\ pou application. O'',. Diake, owner of 'Drake's PlantationBitters is enough wheat in Portland, K. Sands, founder of the phosphate
J J _ _ a preparation now almost Ore., to load( fifty-seven ships and to give corporation of Lordcn, and Solicitor Davis Truby Sternburg & Company
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) the"farmers.
$2,000.000) ) to
have sailed for Canada. Experts and
SECRET SOCIETIES. The Baltimore has returned to bis? na It was during the early days of ,
ii'-e bhores the remains thiatgrand old 'hf war, when the tax on whiskey was C'. F. II. Coe, Lieutenant-Governor one of he directors are already there and ,

-- genius, Ericsson. He is worthier of a about two dollars a gallon, that prepaf Jones', private secretary, declares that will at once thoroughly investigate the

I Min'iXliNTOUDEKOFOUtFELLOWS.Miitse I : : : monument h'rt in America than many tion of biters became popular, which Governor Hill is out of jiolitics. fhosphate fields and phosphate industry

., l 'try Tm-sdiy niirht at Odd Fellows' ore who is ho commemorated.constable a purpose of whbke. and In an election riot in the Portuguesecity i m Canada, Florida and South Carolina. Starke Florida.MORGAN'S .

Imll. Tiuiibwnt& brother ronl-aliy invited tout I was taxed only as ""f-I of (hit: India seventeen persons The department of state has receiveda ,
tid. I.. C Hull .\ube! GI and!; F. J. Fiold
ntltiliy.. 1*. O. IKJX fl.r The incomparable Patti ha :T"owel to i gan the manufacture of his bitters. were killed and many wounded. dispatch from Consul General Sorsby

the energetic AU>ey that she cannot say made a little money from the start, andconcluded Special lispatches from Sidney state i in Ecuador saying that the government

IMI'KOVED OKUm OF RED MEN: "farewell" to America. Now that Patti to put ,It into advertising I'i \that the military are held in readiness to of that country will take part in the intercontinEntal -

.I Um.'n Tnlf Xu. 1. Flonoa. Council area and the American public are in accord; Then he inaugurated tlu1 epidemic of the I prevent, a renewal of the riots. railroad survey and senda BAZAAR

1-1"/t..1:. \rdiHwlay SUx-p at their XXijf- her valedictory perennialness will l be an c.kLratd inscrpton'S. T. 1M50-X. Oakland Bank of representative to the meeting of the
r "-''101. StarkFla.. Transient brothers are corlill undiluted ov.'Ouida" every nexvspaper ,I!I Chiago. close its board of commissioners in Washingtonin ,
> inx lIe.1 ntiend. W. xv. Tuinbliu. \*C- the land, then on fence, barn, billhoan.1 doors to depositors labil- October.
II tu: W. M. Mtaiham, C. of 1(. 1 every i ties sue $110,000) the assets | --DEALERS INFancy --- -
has written twenty-seven 0'rock upon which could he i5O.The I The Senate committee has not as yet
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r MASONIC.Itnidfonl : novels, and they have paid her more 1 pasted. Every place on the continent it Emperor William has that taken any action on the omnibus claims Goods and Fine

than any history published within the could be found. on beetling precipice women shall not l ls employed nights in bill, and Senator Spooner, chairman of Stationery,

riilirlv the I>'third'ljre Xu.Thiintday 42. F. &ouch A. !L month meet last l quarter of a century. And they and seemingly inaccessible mountain the Government military factories. the committee on claims, said Saturdaythat

I ;: o'I'. III." Vis tiiiir Iiwthem. i'ordiiilly inv'tvd.: have given more people] pleasure than clilf. Thousands s of dollars were spentn DL-patches from Rome say the report the bi would not "be taken up at School Books School Supplies
"' 111. .ij'. Muli-hurc. M.J. E \Vainrightscrctarj any history written in the time. the defraying! of the expenses of adventurous that Archbishop Walsh] is to succeed this but did not indicate to its ,

-- - advertising fakes. Men worked Cardinal Newman i is premature.Mrs. chance in the next session. a

; OO.C.CAKDS. A young man in a lowing party in for days to get a single sign in posi- Robinson, of Fort Graliot, Mich., The Armenian Assembly finally Musical Instruments Etc.
\ tion. Painters were hung by
which dlre were two girls. lost his rof's O\'r has married her adopte son. She was accepted the resignation of the patriarch.
;' -._ UciriilT iiK-rtinp of the con'pany for drill pnM threatened to upset the l hoat. yawning chasms while they 'S, 4 years old and man U2.
t ," <-..!lIY ni rhr) nt 4);: >P. m. Hy or er of It.t. tempr thought to have done One of t. lGU One day all the exposed :' young The Porte ha warned the assembly that Starve, = = = = Florida.
:;, 11I.1I..jCr./lI'laI0; ; J. ,v. Mtirgao stcreiary: s. rocks Niagara bore the New Yoik dispatch states that; the responsibility for any disorders that
..n.l tr>'H>-\irerCIiaRCIl. the girls was drowned. Such action as rapids: arise before the
'arkp; fUIJu filly, Reclare was i may commission on
sign. On the line of the Pennsylvania !
-=-- this is clearly criminal and should be strange -
sold has
to h Brothers for grievances completed its work will
lou .
J punished.Talk railroad, trees were cut in a for. $15,00.
; DIRECTORY. severely .>st on a mountain side so that from the Cardinal Lavi erie opened the antisl rest upon the patriarchate.

-' about the precoci y of American car windows the letter 400) feet high L very congress yesterday with an address President Rich and Bishop Donaldson, THE MUSIC HOUSE 01' FLORIDA THEBESTSPRING

TJAPTIST CIICIJCII.SITX : boys! Here are two German lads, one could IMJ seen. Then Drake sent his men L in the Church of St. Sulphice,p Mormon dignitaries, were arrested by

'ices at 10:30 I\. m. nnd p. m. PIMJCImeetiiiK fourteen and the other sixteen of abroad and got themselves disliked by Paris. the United States marshal on a chargeof
exeiyVclresday at V i>. in. M.:*'. years A. B. CAMPBELL MEDICINE
\V mitiold pastor. Sun.lHy: school mtft 4.\(. j' age, fighting a due with rapiers for love painting the mystic inscription on the Char's Clark Stevenson, Governor of r conspiracy in advising Mormons to ,
Sunday ni'-ruing at lO'::jO. Joseph TII'.lIIa!'.. of a young like tender )'ear. relics of bygone ages. Thepyramids of Xl\"atla. dill l of typhoid fever at his residence violate election laws of two years ago. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

hu])oi iutc'iidtnt.rUESnVTEUIAX. The American boy may have equaled Egypt were searche and one party actually in Carson sunday morning. Bishop Rudge was arrested on the same I carry the largest. stocK in the south Atlantic IN THE WORLD Is
-- -- fortress of Mount charge a few days and it is stated
t that, but certainly he has never surpassed : A Stockholm cablegram announces ago States of
( CJIL'UCH.Serx it. The way in which the youngsters Ararat, in Asia and painted 'S. T. 1M50 I I that the United States steamer that other arrests will follow.

: Icon exery !Sunday. at 10:3u a. ni.. jiii'l 8 p. fought must put the French duelists to -X.,' on the lot where the ark was said I more has sailed for the United Blti.. The South Park commisioner have
in.: It; li. NtltlO., 1'lI.Stor.tJtuhl: \' M-hm.; shame for one of them was seriously to hive lande. enterprising advertiser decided to give to the World's Fair com-
(. ftorj* Sunday at 10 11.. ui. L. C IiullSstpenu-: trade mark Three persons were killed and eleven I
painted on Uiission the of Piallo
wounded. use Park for
,r' tendent. I injured by the explosion of in Washington &Oras 1-
a lamp aworkman'6
wagons, railroad cars, ships and steamers. the great exposition. This action !
house in Berlin wi
One of his uuebday.Eighty
METHODIST CHl'Krir.Airnli ) The relict of the late Gen John C. advertising parties went t give the World's Fair officials the ASA SPRING
around the world and a jocular announcement I I t tulle manufacturers at Calais Jackson Park,Washington Park and toe
*(-x-ery S&iilmth at 10.ai: ) .. in. tin 1 7:::10 Fremont is in very circumstances MEDICINETOCUREANDTONE
1I.. in. Prayer-meeting! every Tufsila.x' mul it H said. ? J'ducf, sensitive: was made that the letters i have locked! out live thousand of their lake front, thus providing nearly lOO I Violins, Banjos. Guitar.Al.'clrtol' Autho-
1 liiji>dajr ut ;::.10. Joseph F. Shutk.; |1'.1..1. were to be painted on the North Pole, I employees for demanding higher wages acres. harps. trillg.Hbct Music.small! iistrmu..nt
refined and cultivated
"Sunday M-lxml exriy Minday ut U a. in. J-: pride. feelingsand which for the anything and t'\ JIP THE GENERAL .
Charloa 1ticIiarIs.C1lRITIAN:.:SupennU'iJ.loiiurumen. the sordid grinding care which IKJV- b lislo purpose Win. Walter Phelps, United States Thomas Key, a notorious desperado, sical at lower prices. cr..thiug IU

(erty induces form one ot the most pitiable the equator having already been Minister to Germany, arri\t from Berlin wanted for arson, burglary, horse stea- nortur AILMENTS OF THE .

:: of human l lots. Some means of relieving decorated. Drake) was not alone at this on the 111': lie urs for a short I ing and various other crme

to At J I. 2!!; Acts 2!I\\, 2*: Kii| '*ian't.:c. 11-1':: such need, if it exists in the case era in sensational style of advertising vacation.A eluded the law for fiften years, was P'T' A 'TOS--JIas Uros.:. WeLr,
I.1'. I. I'I.t"r.lg.l'n': !<.. L Day ut I 11 I a.in. ami 7 P.ni. f'. 1*. Unity. "I'I.MOI. be his buchu, and half a dozen other articles Before it under control the Panama; in many bloody battles with
o :Suiulrtjrliool yiieh I"id's J>ay at 11 I it. m. -\. diicoverE1 in the sale of which millions of wa. the .
officers TQ -Fnrrund.
wounds Votcyond
Railroad but
K. Moitt SIIII'rllll'nclf'lIt.| freight house and the market : receiving many ,

). ----- .-- "- ----- -- It begins to look as though would be dollars after Drake)were retired made. from It xxas business not. ti I. i building were destroyed. always managed to get olf. .. Li--Chkago Cottajre.'AI .

L r.PISOU'AL; CHfltrn.ItrjrularMrxUii France and Russia against the rest of rich as Crn-sus, that h ] Throe hundred horses have been destroyed Mr. Voorhees offered a resolution in
( the! first and thud 1 :O:1I11.hl: )' Europe. The French people] seem to be of his trade mark.(Ja..e. T. explanation by fire in the village Ruthi in the senate for the purchase of a portrait can specially reeommenthe Hiiines Bros.
in tOUt h month lit 11:4.I 1: .. a. in.' "Mi iny .i, lmi.1 l I recognizing that result as probably in Inu-x. the canton of St. Grace. One i is of: Daniel D. Tompkins, a former Pianos and Farrand and Votty Organs as fur-
ell.c'h11..l1th. .. meant: 'Started business in 1 ) person :
II.t. it.C. fishing tho best
in. ,
p. HiiU-itier" t>u lj of any instrument made
evitable, and manifest much enthusiasm to have burned president of the United States and vaut
r-- vintondent.! $10: tai to death.A governor in the world. and V. organs can be
over the prospect. It would be a strange _ Florence, Italy, special that of New York during the war of taKen to pieces and put together in live minutes
t. combination, but political necessity train from that says a 1812, painted by Sarvis, and now on exhibition by any intelligent 1'lr-ol boy and are

OFHCIAL DIRECTORY knows no law; and "ith Germany, .A us- .1 SAD HISTORY.. was running wrecked. Five passengers city to Fiesole were in the Corcoran art gallery. I, organ in every in other the United respect States. as the best h- aa'f'

tria and England in understndinl with The wreck of a promising young man killed and twenty severely injured.Six Several hundred switchmen EASY TKRM8-J1W monthly I on Pianos and b
of. CITY OFFICWtS.: each other, France \ are "fro through the baleful seductions of a in the Union Pacific yards employe, $'on orgins til paid. Just thinK of it! Anyone

:o.rnyor-J. O. Adams.Al'iermen zen out" and compelled to an alliance worthless woman is matter for pity It square( miles are submerged rl I; Col., went on a strike owing to the re- can more own than l ordinary instrument on such termLittle sh
rent. Send tor free cata
-XV W. happ, 1'. 11. !!Miner {iti ,. for common safety. is useless to rail at the infatuation Mallernort by t the collapse of the I logues.
whichcan cana "nstatement of State what instrument
U, 1_ 1iI41', J.(;. Alxarez J. M.' '1'1'1110) I a discharged superintendent you ant and
'. ; 4'1 krk- Valtr Wills. thus sweep a man headlong: to de banks. The damage to vineyards is immense whom they claim is partial. Both you will will promptly get fiI io"rmato! that FhjslciunH eUOfe P. P.P. "8 a pleixlld cnmblua.

"1 t .' Treasurer-J.}Marshal Wm.\\'fls'lII.N"riOrT. '. Morgan.. David Smith: a ten-year-old boy, was struction. The passion of love is as irresistible and many cattle have been lost; sides are firm, and the strikers have astonish you. I Laral in and,\f.rm.."811.I.I' 'crcnt' Prm.rv..aMifaction". .."f.r and T.r I aSI}

before the court at Coburg, Onta'iio. when it grasps its as the given notice that unless the
.. \! XV. fc.\vcat. on T"itil. Two thousand miners at Troppan, appointment SEOOND-HNE PIANOS & OEGANS. tu1
..l- -- Saturday, lor stabbing a companion. The swirling waters which thlstleson'r Austrian Silesia, have on a strike order is revoked, a general strikeon I tl
-. ('Ol- TY ()"'FfCEH judge said if he sent the lad to jail or to Niagara.The Trouble,] is feared and gone have the Union Pacific system will Send one cent In a postal card and write for .j
County; Jnd !r.'--". F. Malj.hus.! a reformatory his morals might not be blasted career of Kol>crt Ray I i troops b valuable information.A. tihiiiInli11 dlh
Clerk of dispatched to the scene to order. cale.
'r."- :Sheriff: -1). I.Circuittun Ah'II.I't.7.. -XX" T. Week I improved when he came out, but if I Hamilton has reached a melancholy con preserve special from Port Townsend Wash., B. CAMPBELL.THE F U LmBaMBiMu ;

:. Tai: Assessor-J. E.: Walmtrlglu. Smith's father would give the boy twen ciuoion in his death by drowning Yellowstone Deputy Milleroye[ was wounded in i aduel says : The cuter Wolcott ha been receiving .

..... Tax l : t'olloelor-.r.: M. H K ty-four lashes on the hare back with a Park. Youth, wealth,position, with a journalist in Paris. Another messages from O. S. Spalding, ;| Bi n Kbeui.v *ium.BIH SerofUloiu BHM ClCMB H Marj 1pi
Superintendent of .
County. Snrxeyor--W.Si'hiMiU-II.( EduanK; L. Hill.c'. 1.: birch gad he would discharge e the boy and a name as honored as any in the duel was fought between two writers at assistant secretary of the treasury, since TRAVELERS HOTEL and"j'hll""rC. ;!:vphIL.C .-(.KbumU..MtluUt
_:I Otunty; CommishiniHTg! ; '1'. .\. night I)I. It. The father accepted the suggestion, and I roll-call of New York's distinguisl ed 1 Bordeaux. Both duels arose from the Saturday. It is known that the vessel .1 :: .10'8 a m"m 4

... bin Knijrht: i tli., E. A. Todd: W. 11. Pinln.fcti-r. V. in a police cell in presence of the chiefAt r miles, all were swamped through the Boulanger affair. has been ordered at once to get ready for Corner Ray and. Cedar Strl.'et I : t

.. u __ __ __ the boy wa severely foggf charms of a coarse adventuress tea. The general opinion is that if will Jacksonville
- The of the -:- Florida.A [ et
"'. STATE OFFICERS.Ooxeinor by his fathr.) Each stroke left h\id. who had dragged his reputation through holding inquest on twentyone try to intercept the Canadian sealers AlpoisOlM
who lost their lives in the :
-F P. Fleming.JackHnruille. welt upon his back. This is the first timea the mire. persons now fitting out at Victoria for a winter -

,:.? fordille.AttonieyGcnerul.Vzn.Secretary. of State-John L. <'iiiur Friday was at Shoemakers
punishment, and it does the court credit creature, Hamilton was not all commnce of the
While more houses.
expensive Convenient
Larnur. Monti.-( I In. ville, climbing a steep grade near Caton-1.Mk it IMI.UH9I* .
: llironte Ftmalpielnts.
Treasurer- S. I'ons M urk-mi}'. for its unsentimental good sense. forgetful of the bearing of a gentleinati.Vltile Ia. ) ) Sherman Height, just south of the to all depots and kydinKs. .Mercurial Colion. "I""a ToUfr.. SraWhenl.elc.01.
i -- well.C'ommilt ion'ror Agriculture( I.. 11. Womb- -- .- \ he is to be pitied, he Ls also to be William I Eisenbach, assistant foremanof tunnel through Mission Ridge, long Especially adapted to Transient Hu-i- P. P. P.l I.a I.w..r",,,.'nu. *n
p.--. ( mptroller-Cenenil! W. I). Itlox 1mm. "Advertising on the landscare i i-> not blamed. He should have Conlueree his Wilson's woolen mills, at Trenton, N. night the boiler of the engine ofa Tuesday freight ness. Elegantly furnished rooms, single lUI

Adjutant-General llaxiri) loIlI'/l./ ('t'.11I1'Kt.,'i.oullt'riotcJldt"lIt as much practiced now n formerly on a passion no matter what it COlt. J., was caught in the belting of the machinery train on the East Tennessee, Virginia and ..r en suite. Tables good as the best.
bert$ (KuM> of 1'ublie,\ Iiir.tr fi"" Al!. really extensive scale. There is a ttllen'y As it is, his career is a melancholy object and whirled about the shaft until Georgia road exploded with terrific force. Chis hotel was built, furnished and op- -
ll.Jackson .
ulic. ( to the use of printers' ink in all its lesson that the way of the transgressor I he was torn to pieces. Nothing was found of the and '.ratE a a $3.00 a day house. Rates lt
forms. We know of one firm that actually is hard, and his life as engineer .
---- --'-- preaches reduced to
fireman but a while
The day
I The Mutual Aid Association a brakeman was $2.0 l
circulates 2."i,000,000 almanacs eloquently as the wreck that rots Swilhmen's wiI
upon the service is better
every This is
seriously The ever.
n>ar. So enormous h the quantity of some wu'x e-bwept ledge. that ]heposessed endorsed Grand MastfrWt'tI' mJure. engine was completely the ONLY ALL YEAH HOTEL ler, ihaxTtteiu :'
Tho Braaforn B1ll nk J\l The boiler head and bUlldl1 ript.ilj.ro
connty at in his d
printing of this description used that the has only more action at Terre ONLY 't... Y"8" p..ned and*bot.
$3.00 A DAY HOTEL biG
blown in
r Ren-t Haute regarding the Central strike through a house two hundred feet Jack- I.In.n im.r"..nJia..n >n.tf> mcnn'rnml I Ire ,
nedicine men own their own printing kt'nhthe arrow which has oonville. citizens of Florida are at
unanimously re-electing him. away.In Al
Uabliohments. laid him low. Honor is the
Starke Florida. Almanacs and pamphlets highest at- home The omnibus meets all
are printed: .from rolls of paper, tribute of the gentleman, and nothing 'I'J i' It is feared that the coasting schooner the case of the peddlers of an trains. Secure rooms by mail or tels- tea

Does a general Banking lILs1Ik.s. folded, parted cut, in the same manner can compensate for its loss I IF I Eliza Capt. John Hanson, has been lost English translation of Count Tolstoi's graph.

Kxclmngres hou ht and pohl on priiHiml as newspapers of the first It is i i I with al on l hoard. She carried a crew "Kreutzer's Sonata," who had been arrested BURTON K. BARRS a R I A
) cities of the Tinted States, awl said that the cas at Philadelphia on the charge of ,
of of
patent left
mtn "ST FREIGHT SCHEDULE. Chicago August 3d Proprietor. 5'I
this country pay out several times as ------ I. for Milwaukee, and has not been seen selling obscene literature, Judge Thayer 1:1I
.. -o- much for printing asall the shows in the since.j in the court of common pleas, yester- tie.are cnlinrlj brnphteii by the wonderul tonle
; Tit(;-orclH Southern Preparing to Handle bl.d ceanou; :Irprttes of 1 1.i'.Prickly sib,
decided that h
COLLECTIONS country combined." day the book is not obscene R: .. ii tim i
: PROMPT ATTENDED TO. I the Orange Crop. j A Mine. Clermont is dead at St. Mar- and that the retaier had committed no COM8rcia1 11ti I

\'ut'l IIUSINKSS: !SOLICITKI: >. .rl GEXEKAL'S TEST >!t'OI Td"jnl!: tin, near Montreal, at the age of 92. She offense law. They were, itIa.I

J. M. SEIDLE, PRES'T.N r.L\/\EE J/OAT. I Mr. James Menzies, of Jacksonville, I was married at the age of 13, and had 1 therefore, discharged from custody. HotoI

Fla., and Mr. W. P. Lawshe of children, 14 grandchildren and
Palatka, : A Opposite Depot, Btarke
profound sensation has VP'EPS ALIPPMAN
W. HACKETT, CASH R. G'I1ri J. \V. Burke, a Northern man I Pla., who represent the great-grandchildren. Of her descendantsu'XJ createdat I
who fought the battles of the North dur- Georgia Southern are living. Baltimore by the elopement of Mrs. ...
railroad a agents in their respective Lillian Frank, a beautiful First-Class Accommodations.
ing the late unpleasantness, is now a i young woman -
towns, wrt in Macon yesterday. A dispatch from ( a residing in the West End UT
resident Alabama, and largely interested 'onstantinople says with BROS., Proprietors,
in the mining and Mr. Menzies says the Geortria touthtr; 3atl. has taken place l>etween the Turks Charlie Hing, a Chinese laundryman $2OOPerDav. VTHOLESAUS 1BtIST8 -

M. W. TURNER. interests of that State, says manufacturing the Atlanta i I is preparing to put on the tatest orange Aripenians at Vau, in which forty The couple have gone to Augusta, Ja. Lippman Block SVANNA GA.tfeglAN iilB iilBhu0h :

Constitution. He is a gentleman who freight schedule ever sent Flonda. were killed, principally Turks. The Armenian Mrs. Frank is the wife of C. Frank anda Special rates ni ':is to Weekly or "

I has had ,some experience in the South The time wil be about similar to that .! : Priest shot recently in the cathedral daughter of W. P. Osbourne, both of Monthly Boarders. Hotel thoroughly

Literile. IMnriila.DEALEK ; I II ami is familiar with Southern affairs. made by passenger trains, and the is ..h'ad.Aldles whom are employe in the city hall. renovated and run in order.

I What he eaw while marching through fruit wIl have but little chance to spoil from Burman state that there Mrs. Frank tk eight-year old son frt-cl hu0h- hu0hii5I
'- t IN- her borders with Sherman convinced 'i" way. have been, riots in Goa. In le instance with her. KLEINSOHMIDT, Proprietor
to the
General( tim that the South had a future, and a I I be Adde fat freight schedule will an armed mob the municipal In the constitutional convention at -- F'
Merchandise.i advantage of shorter atacke
hf line
a thani I
J ht ,
and .
one: when Lee Jackson
FO. surrendered other j hall and ) ,- ingi "'8 of the Miss., the delegates of Christian
i I !)) now in
operation between the
he came over and made his home and Hamilton F. J. FIELD
i J--- i I i i hipping centers of Florida and the j president. The leaders of the uprising countie made a minority __ J If
-J:1 m.r. I I hav e been arrested. report from temperance irl
I North East committee.
and West.Gerniany8 .
Don't go to ra towns to l.u jour truoiKCall General burke now comes forward' I II f At eiVht o'clock They yield the point that the people are Brick Masons' Work & Plasterer .,
i roac .: ) and voluntarily testifies that his highest | I Sunday night a switch not ready for constitutional BHP'ICWJGGJSTSPROPS u
on meat Litcsx'illo 1 IK. prohibition, SAVANNAHA.SIMMONS
engine on the Chicago .
t'I\'in.11 Burlington and(2uincy
'ni hopes been .
haT"e n'alzel; and in the !I SCclllt! but ask that a clause inserted 'hihel
where.t'll 'OU IOKs *s cheap W you can IiuyIM- light of the ( ( misrepresentation to DE'tUX, Sopt. 'J7.-Herr Sonneberg, a ;' Railroad ran into the rear of an constitution declaring b saloons in the Box 41!, Starke, Fla. (

Higeet pri 1'1,1.1, fur m.itiy' j>i'<'- which the South has been, subjected by socialist, has been sentenced to three I excursion train on the Illinois Central nuisances which be public i jEA '

duce and Northern men who have not lived months' imprisonment for les majeste i' Hairad, near 18th street, Chicago. Sev- complaint of any citizen.may suppressed on : All "Work Guaranteed.

'i Cotton Bon bt At Railroad among us. nor taken the trouble to study because he remarked that Emperor J I people were seriously injured. Ill

Prices'w. I I the situation thoroughly' his tpstmolv'' William himself in time will bvrome a :: Train No. 14 on the Erie Railroad the The town of Annonay, department of I Beware,Balms of so-called etc. All Liver are Rcrnllators loiiuI tOt
is valuable and will do some good. j socialist. 1: Wells, Fargo ( xpress), eastward \ Ardeche, and the surrounding country PEEK & FRAZEE ,. I tionsof this Original Medicine put on ,
\ The main strength (.f it consists in th Herr Carlath.Bentlll, who i"a 'wm-1 j crashed into Lund, has been flooded by the over-flow from I the mar'vct long after it wa* estahlisheu. J
j: fact that he rpeaks of the South as the inent conservative, made a speech recently -i;i ton' Summit at through about 4 freight o'clock at :iddle the Cance and Deaunie rivers, causing I I and with sold you ami on demand its repnt.ition.the original Tike, whlefc thu .4 (10He].h

finest field lor investment in this coun at Breslau on tjie sodaJ"t'lntstion. -I! morning. Conductor-Duffy and yesterday immense damage. Factories have been Attorneys at Law and Notaries I has the autograph ant picture of Dr. M.

VU. MINER try. "Who has lost any investment ju In the course of J'Darks man Stewart were killed Flag. destroyed and bridges swept away, railways I A.SImmons on the front and thesw
diciously Jade in the South in the past said that the middle classes] which b.m-d, i| was fatally injured. All a brakeman been rendered impassable"anl a Btarke, Bradford County.. Florida. I Mark on top of each bottle and pack.e "Trde Nimc :'
in Registered treIH
were ( ,
five years' he asks and then goes on to the Fatherland in 18.:! were again i the freight cahooe. The accident number of lives lost, a large factory has I j Pictue and Autograph consisting,Nov.I..l84>"
Ih"w: that thESoulu'r people] are not j I called upon to exorcs the threatening I j was the result of apparently collapsed at Annonay sewrl women Abstracts of Title and Heal Estate law

:-. only : thtmeln' but that I dangers of ':, carelssness. have been ki The rivers are I specialty. Abstracts furnished showing -

Northern men who have settled among --- The footings of the PoterLvllabi still rising. every Deed, Mortgage. Lien, Tax I IUf)
I them are fein on the fat of the land ,i A Massacre of Sp.alard!. I itit's ha re been indebte- Horses to a Chicago streetcar Sale Judgment, Attachment and all Has for 47( years cured INDIGESTION.SlCK sid
and ness of all kinds is found atache matters of public record and lilc affectjug
up with country. General SAX FRANCISCO, Sept. -J9. C. to P.LIOcSNaSS.COSTIVE:&SSDTSp&prA.
t.t L. CKv- the
| ,
Burke !1 about six million. The direct passengers leaving Title of Estate Bradford HEADACHE, LOSS 0.APPETITE :
: in
says ens. a merchant of Manilla, arrived ]here indebted.hess city for the North side early yesterday R SnvR SIOMACH, Low FOULJ. I
This is a great fat.t in the condition. of yesterday on the steamship (Civile Ho-- of the bank is about three millions. morning, became unmanageable at the county Florida, up to date of Abstract. / "EATI COLIC ETC.SPIRIS.

1 the South. The mortgages are all being says a terrible massacre occured Aug. 10 i' The parties interested are seeking for a Clark street bridge, which had been J>r.3.1C.Graves,Elinor of Tht Saftitf, \i
l paid>> olf. After taxing debts this '! in the successor Assignee Haskell JIornp-'s'Jenn.sats:I received a pack ".
: year town of in the Caroline whose ill opened to let the steamer through. The HEADQUA1CTEKS 1'OK
and ,
Ponap cf your Liver Meditine used S"iMaal
the Alabama faiun.it xxill have 1: Islands. i health will prevent his igc have n
flOOO.- wee building continuing as car was precipitated to the water, a distance ha.fofit. It works like a charm I want
'\. '.. 000 left for improvements and im'ett- a fortress on the side of the town and assignee. of thirty feet. Meantime the passengers FIRE INSURANCE.Representing to better Liver Kesjulator,and Certainlyno .I
ment. A very i ertment inquiry I left in the fort 1 mote of Zeihn's rntur
comes a number of Horatio
in very properly. right at this time.'ho 8 the niles. Aug. Guzman, minister of \ managed to make their escape. the Liverpool aid London C.F.Siminonf Medicine, Co.,Propr's, (
''I iara-i al
has lost any investment judiciouslymade ] seized natvE owrpowere the guards, I gua has received a telegram was hurt, though considerable and Globe, the and :" _"' Mo. tl
vatcl in the the town. ; o\erment. saying that while excitement preT"aie for some time. Providence
l lal yean? Thousands Thirty-two Nicaragua -
el' Spaniards killed. : "Washington and the
were SevI ..
recognize the The : : S
of have I importance of News, Telegraph and I $
people fairy coined money. Nowhere era) Spanish men-of-xvar the Lndon
were sent
I ..-_ AI'"-_ in the country have the results of Manilla to quell the disturbance. from The I not inter-continental railroad project, it can- regret the suppression of the &nrit j '
; send a commissioner SIcAuliffe Slavin
investment -
fight the
been more American bark Washington on ground del
are prepared to absorb prosperous.Ve profitably I i ago between Manilla Pavoy was lost six weeks until after the meeting of the national that it should be decided what consti- -. ,. LeI
Jeweler vet i and (Glailo.
hundreds of millions of dollars. There crew was The congress October, when it is tutes a prize fight. At a meeting of the eahil

STAUKK are no idle hands )here. There is a great I sve.- ----.- 1' that authority will b given expte Ormond club last night. Lord LonsdalE FINE <
: scarcity of good lal*>r. The South is pOItment. ap presiding, it was decided to the
S.'J'JI.ltt'nI0D g "en tn bent towards material development of Germany sent to the United States Among the number of rounds in the :McAuliffe- 'bar
.! IU.t'w 'lr%'. r'lnlrilll'ltll, I her II iu-'ffiJrV001 to the passenger on the steamers Slavin
.Ole et r'8"na"I. tru-i-n .,-T .t'. w..k great natural resources, and she is value of i Germanic, sailed fight from thirty to fifteen, and "At r i ion
01 going to get thrt. Mark mo! Then lGOOOO. years ago the amount I X\ York to Liverpool Thursday from I to match the winner against Jackson, 'lhcTELEGRAPH -
a million are the
\8 and a half. ) Comte de the colored Both
Pans and I men
}:rty. sented to the puglst. (on-I OFFICE. 1r'

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