Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 17, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00260
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) from, '('xas (-ept Miller, who was found asleep in acertain Sum'cr Time*
Monday 1 I
line drove llrnlg. He brought| a house near tleCitvul Tuesday Messrs.C"/utl Woodward and Dixon, of NOTED) PEOPLE OF TO-DAY.( ) DRUGGISTS ASSIGN.C'lrcles ROASTED IN A FInE TRAP.

DULLED FROM' OUR EXCHANGES IN wih him as far evening and charge ,
as : tlwJt tale'l il the'onders, brought into town on -- I
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CONDENSED FORM. and wllr )1ll'r met again by the she'rill and H'tUr'll j Monday evening a fine buck that I'ilt3lIIiIuIIne s Startled by an

l'licrigo chanw of W. B. Tnrlpr. formerly of this coun i weighed IC2J pounds net. j Immense }' l1urf'. GUESTS IN A CHICAGO HOTEL VICTIMS
loltltor ha
Item* "1 1t'" ( r No InUrct Rut Hiip- tt [bofiksfor ISuo,:and reei) the vd the ty, indicted for misappropriating; trust Prf W. II. Helton arrived Tues J I PITTSII-I, pA., Oct. 12.-The well OF THE FLAMES-
taxts 1
swllll"1 III* Slim." I'rnm Dift.-r- thereon The total :is.tsej value of funds, at term )befoie the last, is reported I signed the contract to teach I :; known firm of Fleming Bros.. wholesalaj

.tit I'HH.. ti.j Itt. I'rt'jturffl L-y real ali plr"ulal, JlrIJI t'rty $.i- Texas captured and in jail at lleridian l- the Sumtervilleschool, and will open i manufacturers and dealers in proprit-ta- A Lady Wild With
'i.9I'i .. un i. i all j 1 Bethea I has the Fright Jumps From a
; lllir I The Professor's
tlanr: the same Monday.
, altl taxes due isWe medicine's
< thereon gone for liiiiimI i ry assigned today. Liabilities
(lil;: ; family will reach here in few AVlntlow .f tile liurnlug
"':" J..:./'; 7 d." :: I. i a days. \ frr ulldlnJ-
Il : : UO.fIiO. assets twice that
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i___ Je-llcison 1 1'. Irowl, nfKeyWest were given a('OUltll of \ 1 i"/'I''IIII 7;I/// i, There will certainly he not a few Business circles amount. Three Bottles Earned to a Crlitp.

t gave a 1 In tire ( ('itizl'fS eifLee potatoes TI'lly, each : r'h The guavucrop has rather passe-el its oranges: shipped) from I this part of I the !I I were greatly agitatedthis

j.P county Satmday e-ve-ning Iat on for a (' I family i i large tnou seveYShin'.0" /enith i I hit fruit is still plentiful, andealining I 'tatt.Vl make this statement i iiview r ,morning by the announcement that CHICAGO, Oct. t4.-Hy a lire which

':' the qH'-1 i"u.< f theday.) : i i'ltl Y. L. 'i1mIcrsizi's: on, i ami je-lly-makingmove I brave I of the fact that the Florida BoY Flt.'rnin.Ih. ) .' notes amounting in all broke out in the Putnam European

$ loIiit. 1'110 : ) cre'ek. The>v were plate I' ly (ill in privatee'ircles.. 0 and) Htiskci. Company tfJ to be doing ) to "jJ-VMKJO- ,. had U-en protested last Hotel at AdaIUs and La Salle streets

I without t fertilisers j I Jrllwl' \ ) to his family a. lively bj.siiie.-- oral boxes.Hon. night F"luiugUn s. are extensiveman
: I'.uvs; beginningto i I Ir. :, and) alru.t t llr latiltidlot; go go early this morning:, four lives were lost
mtrt arl .
t Wih-I
I .ut I :IS week's Time's IIt 'tlll' rs and 1 wholesale dealers
hut )
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I r. :appo.sr; : e-n (iLl r s-t I'I( I indicatingan : I as if rall I wtr'aSlipal'at) :Wl'lt> ha re-e-eive-d il the :intelligene-e that W. II. Wiirg left \ ( (lIIshmynight I Ii priet-irv, inediciiu-s. and have business tn prev and a score of persona had a narrow
eaily I)4&) \\' "t the tide of v. intertravel thlfad ri.I) i for Palsttkatcitakoafew hour.V alt t'sC; pt'
.' OII'lton.1 were be-tte-r. I df.-thuj-s over the eoL.hitrTi
s (d Thuisday
I :'
i 11l'hiltn'J
Hlt urn Iili..S: ;: rest prior to( theopening i of I the Ocala pro-
to\\I1 Flr.la. -:. >. l-el!I has I Ilorlilg I hl\\'n'l. having I\t'in.t I a I' court uitxt i teste-1 ni.te--.are" regular! commercial pa The tIre was caused by an explosion
M-hoo! l.o.ird .. nearly a I to I ellert that I on 'Ut'lly.Vp 111'" \ per01 i tht-ih>* ,
The'iinty n si ecfal .llpltIt h'I"gI'all tIl Ill concern anil are amply of a kerosene
4 a sy.-tem of ,: lamp, which had been
nit'cling! CH day last week unanimously large tramways li'ad 111 the either very low hit* took .a al I I i oUII i II I, I pn.urt.Ml I i b y tln-ir prope-rtit-s. Thir ('tII Ictt
cane farm, for the removal I ot his train for and I that he sail as ti i lI:1t"oIlia ilitll's burning in one of the hallways.
a| poititisi HtL.. Drury) til. Fruillali. and upein arriving lay \ | :1IIIo"t t->:{;iotMnnvith;< }
;: of IIi Apopk.i; school.A ) cane to the lake, where he is huildin.r lame found his last twin boy through the balance/ of time term is.- he .s.ftsat least iI.UIIO.OIIII! (>i>, and it U vonttdently The burning oil set tire to the stairway -
principal a swinging; ,i(M.k for dead.) He did here. stated t I l business
Conve iie-nee in j arrived home last night with I'r |'It'orl here ami soon a sheet of flame burst
( In ; i i b aei liable)! curiosity t in load i,I, theuuH-o:, I bargi-s. regard!cs I tl I I balance of I his family, accompanied j Our school) opened i with seventy j that tin- affair will In- adjusted and the (rum the rear windows.

OrlaflI( (). .\ e-e-riain j family; j received ofeihlr t high or low water.t Another ) Miss Ida Rogers. It is neenlless to pupils, and it will roach a firm go on as usual and the nly liabili
:7 'O iig the other! day for culinary I hunJn't ties the An alarm was immediately turned
t' : (ii the eppo iu.ir say thatthisdeeplyalllicted family hast in the near future but we pressing are flItS mentioned
I useS, and) I t'''.". children of tH neighborhood M. Cloud /ille( of I the! Jake:. to convey: I II' sympathy 01 t the entirecejiimuihity.Married i our> efficient teachers, Prof. Bonlel 1 which art held by several[ different par- ter.m, and The a second inmates one of, the live minutes la

.r / fairly: llos-ke-d: & to 'tC thecane t tothosug.ir I II. \ at the residene-o of thebridegroom's tits. house were*
iii and Mrs. E. C. Hurrell, will be equal j awakened the
SURGEON-GENERALJ. The by noise of the
;iittle: llle'iiHgvrieClarence ) BAXTER. explanation given by the firm rushing
,.. the poie-ine \ .s'..lj/, I'"EIliL; nnil, father, A. )1. (O'Cjninn. on to the occasion. i iOcialo t their for ; engine, and found themselves envel-
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? Hicks I has titJ! the place Our) Harbor View I tIme ( \ eiiiuIg of 'huriday. Sept. .Mth, i Chrvniile. bers of assignment as Coll.'fhl' n.'I11-1. opeel in smoke, while the Ilames coulel
t I the firm
frt'nd. ani.etis ]is'.iO.Anelrew! ) A.() < Miss Martla.1 I The are two brothers, Kidand
; Messrs. John and OJUe in I fJuiul appoint 't of Colonel Jctlciliah j be plainly
J'oyntx tionmgforaneu- I seen making considerable
( petition i is being signed by our Cochrane Fleming. For
post at t that ( ) some time
1). I
. th First National: 1 n ink, c.II'I' I rQuiiin, Ht" :lulHoffiliatilg I). Baxter to be ; headway. I.tlder .
4 (? t'lttJ't place citizens requesting the S. F. R'y not I Surgei n-eneral of the past the \\ ife of Kid- Fleming has been were run up by1tmremumen

upon his duties last Mo!:elay.Douglas I Our friend Farrar i is going into the I! ..2Veu.s..Joliii I II to run Sunday trains to Oviedo.Utv. army was quite generally expected. /)>r. I' flanging l.ptw"l'n life and death, her and those who did not get-

: Cilyard; who live.-s about L )('IJIg i bu.situ-.ss I this I i season: on a I J'I'. I n'll M. Schult/) of the banking firm A. T. Rlley lectured on prohibition Baxter is a native Vermont, a graduate demise l eing expected at any time. Her the out aid bth.of the. stairway firemen., elescendeel with

: ;, twoanda-hall I i milenortheast I of the larger stah', we understand. of Ramsey & '( ot'Crawfordville, last Sunday at the monthly of the university that state and husband has (been elevoteet to" her to the

;: City, is quitean ('IhrJlriilg'olof.t The I no :til makes; nirular trips I 111aua. arin'll'hul7 one day meeting of the W. C. T. U. at Orange also of the law school 1 of Columbia. He I entire exclusion of business fiat ters. LEAPED TO hER DKATH.
Dats of
., man. lie has ;'I H.'f'( : h'l\\1) point and Ke-y' \\'(, \, wfl'k, having : aelvantage of City. Next Sunday he lectureon entered the army as surgeon of the I him tnxiety and nights of vigil have Mrs. Minnie Robinson who was
aa the writer ha-eve-rse-e-ij; n isuhontfivofvtt with c.Uh" hogs, sheep, etc. : the I first "home-se'ekers"1 exctirsion.H the same subject I at wi : Twelfth \as] achtisetts regiment, of Volunteers worn completely out, and as a result sleeping in a front room on the fifth
Smyrna. in ISO jJ 1, and has been continuously his business' uflYred. He is practically floor with her husband and
f high and i'.\\oll fruited withaslinegtain Mrs. : is firm oiVuissoiiie phosphate I baby, bo-
:r Currey is undertaking thecontrttt.1 very \\luuull Miss Mary Dart Monday to in the the and has entire
: us any one we>uld] wl-h lands at Citrus lef | sr-rvice of the army from manager charge came crazed with fright, and rushing
i''\ to see. ofa foot bridge J over the (-(?lIuitV; also CHrontl\lirougim- spend a WPt'of her parents' | that time forward. Jfe was made brig I of the firm, and as the result of his neg- te> a window, leaped to the pavement
near the school ii property home in Maitland: before in lect these complications > It is with her
: tie. out the Last Mr. opening j ade-surgeon; IMJiand; afterwards was are se. stated infant in her anus She was

.7alr (,'W': no. r. We understand, from :\ reliable Schultz :0111 tat'" acres February of land immediately school at Buda, and Miss Agness is j I surgeon in charge of the United! States ,I that his brother, Cewhrane Fleming terribly *rushed and lived but a short

; Mr. Phillips! of Texapas.od: source" (that Phosphate) ( works are to in the 1'loral City phosphate once more j in charge of the postoffice. general hospital Washington.) When is very wealthy outside of his connection time after. Miraculously the infant

through P"ff' this \ve-ek! with a at at I belt for The the regular army was reorganized at the with the firm. escaped unhurt.
le lstahIL-lwt or near Cleveland an The orange season showing signsof ,
I drove of s. at'r. ale close of the he To-night it is announced that }'Ieutiing By two o'clock
I'I :1I n t ) land is war was made assistant the fire was under
to-llayworlh in
opening short time. Or-
J. K.: \\1 has lie-en npj>oint.l l )Ii. fta I Mau-jk tUf.l that for increase j/pen1l"Schultz up I 'j medical purveyor with rank ofLitiiten- Bros.? have a total of oOO.OOO.: as report control and the firemen began a search. '.
S\1 with a of an ange boxes are arriving on the S. F.R'y .
Side corps .11 ant-Coionel. in 1J2 They claim over $1,000,000 *ssets.and of the house to if
: postmaster Sunny vice E. lalborerI. is now, t knocking i :athat travel to Florida winter and the increased number offrt'ight and was promoted see any casualties
Vana away on will to the Chief medical pui ve\ or. His professional smsery penny will l he paid and had occurred. In a room on the third
dc'a"tll the beery large' fact
I' Methodist( : pe-opleare
South bu i Idi cars arriving evidencethat the business
gives ability i is undoubted, and his go on as usual. floor Edwa.-el Peyton, the colored
2tli;; ll-v.
Eakin J.
liy E.: in
(ill droves. Florida will por-
I Vaun.E f'It ng, and ('xpeeo to have I It advancednough cOlilg hearty welcome.Monday give I, the busy season is at hand. i; }promotion to 'I the Hu rglol1-( (kxmo'ralslmiji The Presidency of Mexico is not theniont ter of tho hotel was found burned toa
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to our next quarterly Travel Southward) is now setting i has afforded_ gei-iral satisfaction. alluring position in the world. crisp.
;E- Tread lightly, gcntlo reader, note meeting in. aftl'muol Henry Hitson I ; Some of the Mexican leaders
ali in in ( t. The fast mail from I. have al- The search was continued anti the
carefully ihe pot you !stand \\' ,\bl,1liit" two It'gIOI''I'Igagld at 'ar{ -- -- meadsiaid tribute to outbursts of firemen
ulai h-arn that ( oI. John Cross has Dunne-lion the North brought in over one hun- popular soon found in another room
and let your loquacity be tuned to >ccn file red : :::2(OOIO( ()( for WOO I) acres of tie (company's luilf engaged d red passengers to Jacksonville last J TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.Prn i fevliug. President Diaz was shot at on the third floor, the charreel bodies
the occasion. Pay atteintlou to in a ltt. lark, in which Hitsoniveeived during the gayety of a feast day by of two other
tril ihosphate land) men, names unknown.
Ir : near ( rove Ut Monthly and an to i
'l. the winks and tUIJ t':, ol every candidate he and 1 the parties proposing to ,pur-anl that White had H'\lJe I borrowed won titis. I se-ems be attached to the t'xtr train.sleeper The hal I; nrms, PA. (Oct.: ] .-This wasPittsburtr's I: several unhurt.miscreants Political but happily escaped 1 who had been caught in the trap and
for oae-h l lie Hisou's : feeling in Mexico is burned to death.
t i
one :
may signal day for accident-. .
;' for \vhilTor :: puff. Thecam dt lIWH. \ cut down there ln.st Thurs- I kui' it during Hitson the day) and: failg and f'- steamships with large passenger are also lists.coming South I|i John ilalt'Y'\Hl" killed by a shifterat I given to e-nu tional expression of itself. When the firemen reached the spot,
turl --- the
will 1 In ande J Iiizthiotim upper floor was ablaze. So'rapidI
; over -
f (agn !O'l ; asked that he deliver szuiie, i I flll'llll'I I T H El RDEMANDREFUSED.'ili I
should lasts. ExOoBoxhaul and the Hon. whereupon Albert Williams i :-em-tm-lied I between bad the fire spread that the marshal -
T enjoy i whit i i] \ in a manner refuse-el tocomply. !
.. : : ( the canvass: hoaxing I THE BRAZILIAN ELECTIONS. two freight: ears atyilenwood.Two ( i thought the second alarm neces
T 0'011'' CUl i".t. at{ I Live (),d k, (- optnl't. I with hrilN lit ol having a small switch i ---- i unknown men were killed in the ,- Krle: KailroiuI'DeollueH to lUlse }:m. sary. With the increased forces, time

J. IT. ei'jiitnin( \ho has boonoi:- ant: speeches :trHlou \ Vlctrioiii Se,Iu.c ; freight yardof the Penn-ylvaiiiii and I iIovec'o' Wages. fire was quickly put out. The smoke
it and turned
tnet'll .with til Times, for some he "unterrified.t ( to rimmi.'liite wentin 11lurh"uc Panhandle; railroad. NEw YOrK, Oct. 1 f.--The Erie Rail- was still dense anel the members of
k past, li; sevcreel his connee-- The Florida ) lo- I pursuit, overtaking him proeeedeel Matliew Miller was tat.illy injured Kngine Coinany No. 1 bad great difliemmity -
College NKWOHK n.ad
< Clfl'lll'l i in the most approved style to : Oct.) 11.-Advices from through President King, to-day
:: lion herewith and h:,.s ae-e'e-jttod a ated I at Le'ethurg, began i its fifth I ]by falling from a scaffold.Mrs. in searching the rooms on tht'uppt'r
F session make mine-eim-at of him, u be>rroweel Rio ile Janeiro under of Sept. 20, made kimwn its reply to the demands e>fits Hoors.
position em the Tribune.Mi on an.fsf knife. Hitson
't !
-, :;< Ada S'ewarl'! She-Iton i.i the i H'l'I( 'il P | er: cent O\'tI IUJi j '! U- \\Ullls, 1 besides four(or live!minor It'- say: e.\plo-ion -o that she will die. employees made one days :ago. The _.,-__ ".'IXIHxn_u ""THYnontt'(rt''e, tneir

.m'i: fortunate euntitant, l for Uio .'iU prize, niui. ( ones. / Further I returns from the 1 el""tn,! curring i-r *- **;llil 14 connected I ;, n with tieI; .- II iY-Y??.?'iU5o''uiH'-ofiany] is unable to ad- way into some of these rooms In each

for th(' }j"-t ;poem oa 'The Indian 1tlli.; .1 I rl'.11.., ''1'11;(uunt \iv/oj iilt- r1'I'I Situnlay I ('(Iii lu-ui ,the.previou ,r.e.vprUlhaffandfd"ates } \ pont powder works Wapwallapen vai.e-e wnges generally. It does not ex was found the body of a man The

River.e.Jleml! lI.the. .L, T. & l:. The Loxnhalcho" Carted: todayvitii : light. One negro : ( :Vnvleg. have been elected. The ministers 'l'\'lIl11iIt. below Shickshinny. exploded l lIed or dtsire to pay less wages than first was a white man. Hardly had
I I I ': extrae-te-d and the "sonof those pai i by competing roads, and cannot tht> left with this
W. syflcm.TheStet.snn. i imd: of lumber fur Kau Gallic! !j jMr. I' of war. navy justice and foreign about seven o'clock this morning : patrol wagon body
'i 11 amii is iretting well Say l1mor.; affairs the minister of agriculture pay l.L'lie'wages than the average when the firemen came down the stairway
; I'ul'PioJ.nt, I (,n J. S.; Watson shipped i the first I twas outside e Ii i tl'WI. have be-en all elected senators. The election from known some unknown cause. So far as i paid by other roads.Vhrc they are carrying the dead body of a ne-

c the frt iiicl.! \: a :ai'gc attnbnl( t'arloail: of oranges: tl'i -"aol: on I (",.,,/ (iiizitlr.This I. of the minister of the interior for concussionas, no omit.vas injured felt in this although. I i lower the company will i cad just rates. 'ro. His i Ixidy was partly burned.
".; The groiTndr?) !:around the un5vor.itybtlildiug Tll'.-dThl'Y were :l'11 in Chica has been a hot summer, but it senator is pronable; that of the minister fully twenty-live miles distant. Tlie I To that part: of the demands asking for nit it was evident that his death was

have' I been i ('!(-art ii upnndevery I go. .After t the l"> I i in.t !II will 1 hip) las 1 a magnificent Ilaol I of finance to the senate i is doubtful, loss will be several thousand dollars. I''I an agreement with respect discharges, due from strangulation. He wa carried -

rIM cnmb '1 tiling abt.ul! I flourishing) in- eiur carloads( from Titus- uul llt'l a he'althy one'" grlwiug onhe I for the State of Balria, in which he wasa lay-offs at'd the like, the company: says to the sidewalk and laid out for

vid ;. StItUtIii : :'J'ar- ville.Twentysix. 1(1 I coast. More of l'plealy.hl'r.- candidate', is showing a large opposition -! ];K\v YoHi't) 1:1Ki..ruall's:! that such matte-rs ate in control of road identification. The women who had
S"llt:1 in\.lil tIl ltllur
ance. 'l1t leiits of the State have found out thatthere vote all will probably elect one News Agency '\'t..hilltolll'C'ial t says:. officer.- and that the interests of the escaped from the burning Imikling
trntMs registered at the more opposition senators j A Cabinet oi1i"t'l'a\s an extra session road require that there should be no interference lad taken refuge in the door of the
; The grand 1 jury Wlo: il session: nearly Indian ifiyer{ Iltllla t Friday. is an ill'llparabl.! summer the'iiiselves r.ort ali and several pe'rhaps opposition of Consrres's is almost; certain to !h. with its discipline or businessmanagement. milding to the east of the Putnam hotel
I J two \\e-eks: and I eluring I that lime : l'al to th1 ammo atl'li eleputies. I The that ten .
Mr. ?fnoi'ouiig arrives! hero in of it : have In this city all theofcialcalcilatls about November 1 It. A majority j of proposition It was on the sidewalk in front of
returned thitjx I ill1.tn'nt., thall"'I'rlfol' \ for the senate the Cabinet are in favi imP. Tlie I'l'ap-I hours shall constitute a day'sYork and this doorway that the body was laid.As .

nearly half IIlh'n' gailt ;parties his special car Saturday, and last, for I thepurpose the every I'aon: I 1010' believe properluswill'r'aul. that elates f( the chamber of deputies are portionmcnt 1 bill under the new census that over-time shall be paid for, the the negro women caught sight of

(010011urn. for'tIl ill-gtl: sd'; of liriuoil' (\'i.lil! iig viewing) Illalt is before leeted)and one independent candidate. is the principle reason. company say is really not a matter of he[ familiar face of the negeo they
: ( ihIi&'. prosperity us.
at Kau
Mil now progress : hours but a proposition for an incn-ase shrieked. ''It's Ed
ill tn -, liquors.Younz. WOh much \\'C' shemld all, therefore, emit our i'eitherof these, however, can be called SAX FiiAM'i-ro.; (Oct.) I'!.--Japanese poor Peytonrthey
understand he I
lltillins, while using an axe : wa. very grumbling, shake oil our allbt'llrepal',1 members of opposition. as they are advices I by the steamer I Uelgie say a of wages. At present the men are paid nourned. Peyton had been general
[ at the manner in which Cap-: !lethargy tl by, the trip, and the proportion says utility man about the hotel.
,, last.week, hall t'ie mi.-fortnne to clip plt'b't I l ] to our imi\Hlual politicians. of them, Banker May- movement is on foot to establish a :
iH little of his !le f n fe.ot <..lThe little tail : has arranged cvtrythiiiigmit shares of the I gene-ral ullelt afl push rink, may even be considered a partisan i- Japanese colony! in Mexico. Representatives that where trips exceed ten hours overtime liCKNED TO A CKISI".

I&: fellow i is gettintr on nice-ly iiinl will the above Iint, :11'. Young) returned e>l the ear of progress all our I! e>f the government, from which he of the Ameri'-an colony haverecieved ; shall shall lie l lie allowed icduced, but where does not saywigps A short time after Peyton's body was '
i to : Sunday (eve i has favors amid with st-mi oflicial s.-sntion of the trips occupy -
soon beoll'crutehesGeorge :. .Jlk1fIVil' might. rpceint many a lej.s carried out the firemen found another
f Ho\\k I caught four bass y
, KC(;( ; our.ds! i in tIle" surf \V. 1 U.; Briton is having his naiiH-d, ( ;flbert cre-ate-d quite a sensation necteel ever ilce beginning the : I October l I II-I -I I Despatchesfrom NOX-t'MOXrSTS MUVEX FROM WORK. white man, burned almost beyond ree-

ad. IC. .. Saturday {.vosung, tlo hi; -g.t( \veigh- I land j trtt4 : I in I For sol(, cause; un I year. He was arrested, it is true, on Helitizona announce that theconservative \"I'\J-Y. N. S. \V., Oct. II. --The nonunion U11 it iOIJ

; ing <>vti-o:; I Hi. little boy jog it c'll'ar'tuj i olwgt lives. klOWI( she cone-hide-d to elivorce* her- the day of the revolution, hut was de government i I has: I been reinstated coal miiu-rs who took the places The hotel was one of those houses
pounds. without the f law. sold a little while. Sine*} then of strikers at I'nli were attacke-il to-day where is and
} work :1,11 process) e> tailpitoul' 1 by the federal 1 authorities, pending no register kept no ques-
one weighing I I- : -- Our farnu busy r.t making -
Innt'l jliUIIblftx :are til' chickens mil skipped 1 out with the taken into favor, and in the: result of t the regid.ir! cantonal by unionists, who] e1ro\e the non-union t ions are asked the guests, On this ae-

,.: : ..JrUm'I!. hay, but their work i is .some l roce-e-ds. When Gilbert found it out financial circles is considered an 'altergO' election. Local I excitement)i i is i intense, men away and occupied the mints The ount it is next to impossible to find

Slhonl! "II"t".1 ]lat; { : !onlby.wih93Ithtlil' what rofa: nlcd hj ll. l frequent m showers. lie Iu.hl'l to the tele-graph uml'j awl1''IItt1 e> of the minister of finance. His and more trouble t I j is lea red. police \t'n' unable to cope with the out how many people were in the

'4 ; -quite; :a good l 1I' illil, :1 1 r. Treadwe-11 to telegraph I friends raised $ 5OO,( to offer him a hal Lori"\I ..:. KY., (October !11!I.- Randolph strikers and reinforcement have been house or to tell how many they were.

Fun'lb" ,<, Our beiys ami the 1/iGrunge: boys ht1 arrt t, "llow shall 1 elescribe : in honor of his success, but at 11- H. (Caldwell. of Uu-sHlville.: .. the scut to aid them in n'-toringOl'rft'r. When the men and women who had
3 qb( The iiist i i ripe oranges i $ of t the season tn-ide( up a hasohitll): nine, and had a her! "Why, she am a tall, lm'l'ol-I quest they have decided to gh't the most prominent and wealthiest eiti/.en PlTTsuruo, Oct. 11.-The miners of -ought to escape by way of the iron

"a' :. here presented us l.lVodie.ihiv: ( friendly I contest with I I he Titusvillenine t 1 pli-cted WIIl.: with a baby il mone'v to a benevolent institution. of Southern I Kentucky was strickenwith the Monongchala eli.-trict will demand an adder on the building reached the

;.by George Finle-y; lIity came from i \\n'-i R:ttu nla.y. and pn'l1c'lf, arms: that 'ar t'seriptiol will lit her Count tie Freguiredo, the Catholic paralysis the Steamer (City! of increase of half a cent INT bushel this first floor they found the escape ended
to a' deputy, is also a rich banker. He to,1iu mouth. It" the operators refuse the tll'- here. A who had reached the
: his ri ; man
shell grove right across \1 the country hoys) come ( fl vicorious. Madison ttolziamid; I died I shortly afterwards. -
i from St. Francis and I tll s .1 t(' the"same relation] to the empt'rr'slast rnaiul a stJ Ike will ensue which will af- 411(1 of the fire escape hung there while ,
I : Wc'rl very \\'lt Minliti'Hiiciif.V* cabinet as Mayrink does to the I fee-t feather i is added to the
ci and 1 finely I tho of Mr. J. B. Another PAIMOctober I 11.--I5y explosion of
1\01'11 A elarkoy on place i present government. : WEAVERS STRIKE. liming a number of frightened women.
List TIHlSlt\: t -,'hHI teacher Thomas has kit t 12 coons in the I cap of DeSnto county. We refer to THE MONARCHICAL STKOXd. petroleum, at :0:111'11del'a: rt imieumt : LOM o.v, Cl't. 11.-hiix luindred weavers Several came near falling off, but the

| and fCn'n1 I 41 1 1' -cholars at Spring past few hours.' He re- the Dp'oto County Bank, which wasfinumiahly TELLING of the Seine et M lal'lll'. i-olav., twentyseven employed in Leister & Cu.'' mills at prompt arrival of the fire department

: Creek sciioolhouovorc taken suddenly their ile.sh as a deliiaicy and opened for Imim's. yesterd.iy. Baron Deladerio, minister of the : per-oiis were prostrated and I Bradford] truck to day for an advance with ladders relieved them.
ill, and lr quite a while it :tthought their hide for ten cents apiece. Anthony :, : navy in theemperor's last cabinet, who severely burned. Many[ victims are (,f a penny per pieceThe demand was THE DEATh XftST.

that: \\ere-dangerously :(1. Mass., president) of the hank, arrived was wounded by revolutionists, received dying. refused but the company offers an advance The names of those killed were: Mrs.

J ill. EI'.ytli.cOI; (' 10 find out Last Monday nigltol't'! cme hl1 Monday( ami tieposi ted $:"),O()O) 5,100<;()() and votes Carlos as a candidate Delact. war for FT. SCOTT, K\N.. (October) I',1. -At of one-half penny.LIVERPOOL. Minnie Robinson. Torn Dowler, a bar-

the cU ( inl.'I' \\aUrwasInvcsUiraJed near the ': : [ ElsBlauton in cash in time bank, as required by the senate, midnight last night lour lIIa-kl.II/I'n Oct. I.--Thc' trike of the bt-r, II. K. Sams, formerly aPinkertouttache
I It:. and ove-iytiung! tlust: hte l HIM! killed a .ve'arling frm the laws of the State of Florida, that monarchist: who was not a can ilat. climbed on the train of the :. K. iV T. cart own in this city has been practically and Ward Peytonthe colored
for :
: been c-ali: ,n e'alliel I to'inii.d, but ) which they nr.ulo: :i me'Ml.: They are I being its authorized capital Fred.C. received 3:0: votes latent deputy. 'feeling at a water tank near Shell ( 'it\'. Mo., settled l>y a ronferncf, I ht-twet-n the employers [sorter.

l" until \\\1'! ) that) OH getting uncomonly bold when they I I Peters i is the gentlemanly ( shows here is monarchial and robbed the express ear. The money ;;I.1! the men. to the advantageor The total loss is about $93OOO. Tom
i : 1"UH'IUb'rt from the and 'ashier'l !stronger : lost is said to be light- time latter. Howler left his room and entered the
)rIet'sT3. the rhhoi,t had I;I 1!( (l a 1yor-hIt. venture so far swamps DeSo'to county has long felt to be. The whole vote cast very :

: ( hog was the true ,'1"1:appaie-nt. cattle owners would do well to try of a bank, ant our people are to bo I'' in supposed this city was a OWl 14,000. Thatis SAX FU\M-ISCM, (October 1-\:! IIixIit-H -Ci.ktliered-- ---in-Kin-kets., flaming hall to meet his death%lire One

:;... number) o1:! 1 them hae('HtlllHartily I of ant stop)I t their elepreel.ttioiH.Mr. [ congratulated on getting a concern about halt the number of registeredvoters frightful atrocity was committed' recently "Wii.Mi.iTON.. I DKI.; Oct i:;.-The window and opened his room directly mate on made the his escape escape

: the fresh nie'at, the above- re.-ult. B. N. Tucker own a four-\'B1 that i is established on a good financial which is 2S.m The returns by pirate junk-, which sci/ed a remains: of theshatte-re-d victims of the Presence of mind would

;; I is lfll\.l h:,' many ue-Ji in funned I oltl'ul that bhls fair to make a rec basis.. thus far received indicate that the peaceful"trader, and massacred the Dupont ( ,\VI icr \plosjon.[ so far asgatheretl have saved easily.his life as well as that of H.

I lit- razor- ltek: is very the turf :"< a trotter. He has Several of the piles) of the Peace whole vote cast in Brazil is equal to crew of :'I';:ti men i in cold I I blood. The affair I up by I se-archers, have K. Lams who had a room directly

.il. unhealthy and! that a per.on runs' :t been driven but a few. time' yot lie river bridge at Arcadia are \ashe'l1 about nine-twentieths of the number i occurred I I Itdw"111110 m \' and I 1 Foo 11t'1I i I prepare-d I for inte-rment. Six across the hall.

minute notch and people driving |, of re"i.stereel"voters, which is estimated I Choo 1'oi. I burke-t I full I I of I human fragments -
great nk in ('.tiiiig it. can s-cale the three i very away, i > I i representeel The impression prevailed amonjfrtheKulice
i. 7iu'itifle $1,.,.. closely. te-ains across do so at great risk. The j I at between 700,000( and OOooo), ( ). The I HIIDIIXliII.\; A o"Jt'I'l1-lr) 1 I all that could be t'olllHl'of the and firemen present that Mrs.
We havebeen .. bridge was built about three years vote cast was proportionately light in is ,'laiUlI'IIloW thyt Unbe Burrows: I hodei ofix men. Pe>rtions of these ) had her baby in her arms.
i t learn tht: i in ;.reils!; I -1'lft 1''Ultl .1"/1..11./ ; and cost enough money, both to Rio (rand Suit and heaviest in San the noted I outlaw: was not killed I in the !I fragIIIt'lItWI'I't' identified bytht. adherent This was not the case. Mr. Robinson

;_ glvi n to :ttio 1 :n ieti CJrulu-r A. J. J Pliure.s, ofYalaha: Fi ia.: ,, )is 10 construct and I keep in repair since, to Palo. In many places no elections manner described.I A M-coiid I thought 1 clothing and otherwise' A piece descended the lire escape, carrying the
:. from Mr. iM -.' Young, to make tiie after( an abse-nce, l( I held and in some others not one- of t it. the accounts I identified itsiiaok
; here on : \'ii: of-I have stood more than it has. The w'rt ollowtllf' absurdity mm i of a man's tae: was by infant. His wife did not follow him
\ 'Iur : ore at- he \\ as tenth of the voters went to the polls.The I he'.vas handeutle-d to Martin
.* r'JIII.a'lllt !tatiol )'lals.I'n : young man: river i is very swift at Aicadia, and admit that : moustache belonging from their room along the hall to the
-- trarttc I\lfiipa1ul i cf 1 lie cum-) h'rt two winters, :Ul' used to attend and whole trees are continually I returns received up to the present at Ihe time. It is I believed that he I Polananda hand with a missingthumb room in front ot which was the fire escape. -

dl.re *; ", -e.ooit. ,, hope to !t't' church and lndI) +ehnol in tw.Ir.tiso .' logs down the stream. An iron show ls.0,000' ( votes for the oflicial was killed to get the I i increased I reward I: : as I belonging to John 'e-weli. The dense smoke and Ilames

,t; these improve-ments) commence. al of HI'\ IMniond LI..... lie is Ia.ilg: that will last for I. candidates and 50,000 for those of theopposition. f.0(1): ;<) ) only i if caught and i I convicted. I I'lmiimammil: was thrown nearly two made her lose command of her senses.

3 once. the! old tr-.iis: tl.-at he t : bridge Bahi will probably be 7,">CiJ and expense.- if dead.LoxrOX miles by th force of the (explosiem ._

c. Captain Pritcliard. t-iirto l Cut. late now lttrllg( r.gesand cot nothing! J for repairs' is I represented 1 by opposition senators and (Oct.) 1'Advices:! from Rio falling at the feet of an astonished .tIanta Pp.i Denied the Mail*.
; 3'Csti solicit I tock wiu'l 'OHI : the only j-ervice'able bridge that caum deputies.I'.KVOLUTJOXISTS. the just I farmer.Tlie 13. Postmaster Lewis
day to 1 Janeiro report sugar crop ATLAXTA, Oct. -
an'f'Oll has
11111J'tI" come
; The phi plito: tltiO1( : stand the current at this point. The : IMrillSONKU.Councillor lIIaol'rPIuuns has been assorted -
flr the'l Lpville: Electrie Light Co., : closed 1 below tlie I average.; The yield \ esteruay pounced down upon 20,-
ti". .TO. j.Rial: in shH titiesocaroel about two- I to lifeagamn. \rt big boom 11 river is not wide) but it is deep, and : Rodigues, the leader of of cotton however, expected to be I into four portions and placeel in four <"> copies of the Journal and Constitution -

*sg' of the!) -. of l lfcimres soon.A I piling ; 'illt_ do. :The people on the allegedatteulipt at te\"olutionin, larger than the average,_ in consequence coilins. ( )nt-coilin_ contains j what. .left, mailed here and refused to transmit -
",. i : to leSatuid 1t tt --nry .uuI1el few drops of )pei.i'VKiyHill'! theH' the rive rmust get to (Cerevi, is said to be a prisoner on tHe of the rainfall which has kept I of the three bodies of John and Jlicn- them through the mails on the
nd : 1 (ta- with their teams and something gunboat Carioca. Some of his friends, itch Hurle-Iier I and John Harri an. In
: ants from shelves or Arcadia the plants ill good condition.WOODSTOCK. groujul that they contained lottery
cc Ie; Ji;i ;,\ t.irht! |i.i-i ir. .and .'[r-- I Ii Irlvoaway including the leader of the working- hiera the remains of John
,rgvI1JO : le'w I has: got to be dOle at oi.ce I'-:. John the Ot re adertisements. The papers were sample
JJI :!<. C. Oliver :. fiointheir bilebi a momonts.The been arrested and (1):1" o<-r. -
( have
,\.JI ,. \H : 1111 mucus party, Newell, James Dolan and I Martin Do-
J' edition
the weekly ,
Hussy of
', !i il.n"l':;, ;.t :&uUT ten ("olock: ( ',//:111,;, t' 4d 11:1: I ;:,..U. C..degeopei.ed I of Capt.the Leo Chas.County Phosphate, superintendent t'o., hasa are held in l'outinelUent in the city jail. Eulhwi-! I,'. the Biivhell guard who since has hi-been imprisonment Ian respectively. Of the injured, J>aniel which copies were printed lists of Christmas

: l 1'y a .lidl'l( ('!>?.l h) i I:, fall I ol gi!<;-s t.1' Airrie-ultural Warrants have been issued for the ar-I watching over Harkii.s ammo! Patrick (iiben are till subscribers. The
of at work near I 11i gift*to be drawn by
of XIm&lai&i force I has In en
the youth 'harg'ed"lmvI'illg'
;:; Cal:"-,I, H. ,'MTJ taint':d afterward, by its uo.rs.o 1 carpenters rest of others. The disturbance very low burith chances in favor orecovery. if to Washington
Peace I matter reported
& Co.'s mill was
;' -. .lohn-on, no on: It been loiind alfep
}palnie-tto againVediusdav all H'n'ttytH' 't place on the olaybeforetheelectiOfl. t .
iMit 'j.l.r i'no\\n thiough
rE J1IlTtTS! ; the bay wodo\\: t.i ltir have to roll-e-jdl :1 fa I'. I liver hUllliug elrcdge boats for the is said that 200 pistol shots were tired I cell I 1 by the 1 jail i hei. :Some ot Bircheli'sfriends i' ---- and prosecution may follow under the

t pttrr, il11'1 ,' number l' l0t',1 tajumly. t. ptl1't to I company I hI rlrr' llts I The dredges and six policemen and several other in England are endeavoring to' itil, H arrows Killed.MOHTLK. new anti-lottery law.
tiny e-n-si:
, 1011lai \ v. I J jiji.gat tWi. Monday next lhei.rofessors ill be'l.'ixC.D(; ) feet, the same size asthose wounded. Rodigues i is get up a petition tot lIirl'l'ri'.
first I inpu- -i<\\eretliKta reach lOOl.y I I \ persons were I _. AI.A., Oct. 13.: Rube Burrows Time children of Prince Albert of Prussia
burglar ha 1 till the new coinmandant, i Phosphate Company of this town. about 400 I'r ons. It is said that morning in the Linden. Ala., jail. lie brains. Their father is
1 i well their
,c l alarm -el I had: l lumpc'l hold with SAX 1'itAMi-to. (Oct. 13.: -Chines*? as as
.I 'W'In.cf1 (\1"-'Hi. not vet arrived. Lieut. Baja When built, the dredges will belloated one is allowed to communicate has been '<, complained of hunger, and was givenI aa well versed In the mysteries of book
of that there a
. text I d : \ indlw( Inquiry over until he does. Ihe prospects ( down Peace River to Charlotte. the prisoners. Rodigue-s' friends say j j I Advices state I I his walle-t. in which was food. Therei binding as the Emperor Frederick was
;!jy, ho\\eve-r, placcel: the : were so authorities caused the disturbanee -1: great gambling in silver ill Hong Kong
? I'upon our chief iwtitutiol len'r Harbor and then towed to Ft. Myers.'l'lme the State j and i I from he pulled' forth two pistols and in carpentering, and the two elder sons
,prop ruuk; Louisiana, and Lev! the the Hong J Kong Shanghai
1 ) :,land:
in to frighten opposition
bright as 10Io1lv \ (, the dreelges has I i captured his captors, making them release of Prince Albert have learned enough
tw I machinery )1 have made millions out
YUIg boys' about two Ive-or the The other bank to
ht, about cloven oVlock, been ordered), hut Capt. Hnssey i-ot. from polls. IIt'ai.111'11 Mexican dollars him from jail. He woke up ..1.V. ma-onry to be able to build a email pavilion
rllt'u yijars.\ old. Marshal Myerstracked : ;I attempted to de- of the
l the jail to secure it will be party Fay Rodigues Carter, a deputy, who had his under superintendence.
I went to i certain as to whether put S4 and 1 before the proper
% UK boys ] n.'r i arid himself in 'I were valued at cents
} picioning I them, WI1 : pose'the"TOveruor put demanded thc -
and rifle and return be
I is to a
itwas joiner.
the money The brother
for night, ele-
( United 'tate-
and tihoriiT some l'Pl\-its I here or at : ; months silver bill[ parsed The younger
; Howmal tutxeeile'dinK lUl the hitter's pla'e.ome ago I thereof when Carrer opened fire. interest in this
iron bars of window Prince Albert takes more
a the all the
: Relling thp to found that : : altogether on the rut. Bahia and Rio Grandewere congress the bank! purchased
make ponds Carter being
: ) : a imansofa the Governorsof I Five shots were exchanged, of his sons' education than any
k I been I hr"kl'l out. by machinery is Lee then the soldiers assisted .Mexican dollars it could get.Vlien part
Bosnian but and Burrowsin
phici'd them in Ill shot in the shoulder
jai handled :L\('. and that B. 1. hiplld. i is composed .' deposed Rodigues the silver bill became a law, the valueof other. _ _ _
insurrectionists. died almost
and : County the I Burrows
them abdomen.
g, Monday put to hard Miller amid : and the -
1ttoomVihl Phillips. Cap \ principally of Fort Myers people politician, very popular timeIxiauL: dollar took a jump Two cases of violent small-pox are reported
K( is prominent instantly.
Len.tct, had ;X '
C imlf. the latter coloreel, hail );
ld all it at cents
i; i'; ChailieSpi-iiccr. who own a large amount of phosphate ) in Cerea, which, before the revolution, i the the bank M -- -- .-- at the hospital in Southampton,
Atother tiflbrt to 0
is made I
being oranizeal2'niformn escaped. The sheriff was immediately Before the bank's shares were quoted recently arrived
mills will- chamber of deputies. The patients
land- The Arcadia i elected him to the York will ha\e another Countafter England.
l I : Hank oftheK. vmJP. notified mil l 11:1, but at at >123, since, they have been almostunprocurable New
'an,1 thisWIHilg)1 lumber for the 1 minister of war six or seven of Paris. from PernAmtuco.
furnUh Count
I lie was \ all-the
and we hope the boys will be sue clue 1 been (Ibtaiulcl :: probably at siO''Ij;.

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I Nothing will add to the beauty L'I :(- r -r. Wc :. LL.C.
BRADFORD TELEGRAPH.nn \ Bf spec'nl inxil:HJojj......ihe HI oiler' i VTOTICFIS HFKKBY
of .1 town more1 than good j[ j To Ihe Hon lio.ud of Cotialy Co'ntnis. I 1> ii'ay ro-e-ei-.tlrit under an act of 'he Jjpgislatiircof -
accompanied; ; ihe i fpe-.ke-rs in I he coil uly th'iStntfof Florida erititlctl an "Acti IARiLA) (
I streets. Starke well! glory in Mont i> (.1 f Ibadfoid; ( 'i'ntvki : Ei\'U1LI4

T YRKF.-l.HAUr- ; -. < Hil TF.II.Y V.i.OUPA.AT-- her beautiful drives.may The soil is firm canvass this trI 1: Lcavii: Slarke early : The iz ed, Tivistiici F of P.lldi : i' ru toprox-iilen Kailro.i.U eii and-ui-ral Canals.Law"for and the all laws Incorporation amencla- 1g' & FEHI3SUUR! il. R.J

I'OIJN"! $ i bcrs !leuve to nvike the follow inj -. timlprsi netl. tinder the corrx>ratetmmeof .
i in and .Mondav nu. JM II in ( inn! iiiy vvith Ii county, : ; j tory therei.f. the
and the wheeling excellent : j mi account of special: and' I (I.e "At'antic' a' ti Unl) IJjilroaa! of t1)tItrI) lIii *. K. A. N.'n.ttnthlr.I .
l.c.vrav: : about the city but t he oross walks Gaskins :iiid' ( V-l C' J i' k who hud I j jgeneiousjy repoit pr ptr. ernlii.iI F lurita have associated tlieiiistlv&S together i I P4 -
Editor and Publishpr.MJIISriSIPTION : jt iziitiitip funds for I the ipi-uier: the eonstrnctinp. m.iiiitai!$iiKHiid TIu.tte.I.flnjj5

are close tog<*thei and i too high for UIH'I; si t Iheisc; of his ouii I i i igt c I s.eIteiiIu.er) j''f) : 1' operating tor pnrposcof a railroad fur pul.hiii.se in thet'onxc-y- a :;t 11'fIIlili'IVN ..% m:

jsi-00 A ; YKAR.Arr for the street. The dirt should be and pair eif fisi: I iroiteis. aft-r a drive( I of > '-'-'- anoe of sr--sill.. unit proj-erty from a jiomt o-i t 1 '. ) tC a I.v (. .. ) ,; -- : i
: the I II At 0 itt ji (in-i Ti. or some arm. bar or tntiiit.iry 7 In J, Ii I :-'a" I.v Jikuisjlp .
: _:::: kept drawn to them. Some of them IS miles thioiiL'h a bcatilifiil, ; iiid fertile 1 thti! euf. xx-r Inn tiie' Cou ty of St. Johi.s ami 1i ) -() lti.tIztI.ri .r I ji :-! '-'-

lJ1I'f'I I >r ;, I ; 1 .. 1v } Ar.r 12 -$ : ,- ;
arc* even a dangcmus ; I iltrection t I.e riilliiieS ofM JoIms.Clax. H> ;II l (". r5 p '
V.c P.i1 (l.i /a'L?. /Y walks reached Pin Hil t -ir I appointment.Ileiewe I Tut I liradtord.: I i I Alachii.i and L.I 11 I '. l a t t
V (fM.w there are holes in some of the : i g ljKissH>ly am ) 'Ip :L'-Hp Ar Haw, i, uIP1I i .. 4 ,
I! found ihe ;people: awaitmirus.The : : I i : : : F as-t-tti- tht ftilt; of Mexico. .rs"n> jirm. l ay U: 1*> J. -, :IN j, Ar I .*rjt lv lOJ(
---- that will I if not repaired cause some io
\\ifhin | ot -
or tributary thfr j(> tle.-sai. Coii'ity 4 K'lVr StivtlnZs: -'
flt'R DKSim'KATH! TICKET. good citizen 'roi.hle. It would cost ni< eliii I .! w.ts.; otgu: 1-u.d I I with I t ThomaCiOodvvin i i-a Fa tttf ;;t.dM.ite.f Flu:(lOt: 1 r> u. 4 "* *.' A r tv-ali; 1v.v 9 li-Ilia j;
James ,Itau'.t.. )Li''i-I1 TikU-n J. I. T.JttvI, i IN) a 70p Ar liiii..n'--q-3 1 1 1-
For JtMi*<* of Supietno (.'ourt. but little! to kt-( p the cioss walk in IK ( h-r.inrin: : l lr Gaskin; wasIhe ; t H K. ii. '1iiulifl. I ti ii; .u. i.. J.v'j '; 41( ) ft 'ii; '

condition a>- the streets. 1 tirs.1 s1utkir. He due.1 it on th.1 iiiiq-i Aug 9-0ii I; : .,a (1 oi i i ITuvirt T.v i a )4
.is good a 14 r1
MILTON! n M\HKV, ; c 9NOIlCtt. tO a (.0 i .r ( 'rheuith. Is
| Our town has pit of ; the uitoiis le j-I.ii iii: of I ih1 li l cnnrru-Ks :iiiI j 1 5fl to :
nty money l 7 ;
df Pas,'o County.lYirOinrtrolltv. _.____ TAMi'A -
I I thiee mill i tax vviil I afl'md stiilleientfiind showed; Hit? I'cCefsilV fr -I fill! Volefill'j All persons .ndcbte'd to the t-St.tte ot" Henry > 7 ." p 1 U :111 I.% Jje-k-Ty.x"1!,. ATTTTn' -'-'

Fi :.: the ro.id; and it will General Hull"'d liein-r p .ll 'd nt; ili'* < n-l \ ork are licic-I'y situ ttit'.I to come forward and I :ii !, .0 ''So, I I.v VVrn.iMln.i Ar 23J H'i',4B
up | st t tie* the siii'ieand all) person h- lug claims! i 20 P 11 ::,II a I.v MI.iIn S (
lie ln'iowtil ( 14.| I -Itj
election vxris ( liy
: V. Ii. r.LOXIIAM! be .1 greater pleasuie to drive sinus; I :1I against the said e-st-itcure required present > 4p 1. : -. p I.v K'win! : Ar lij i ci.1: -
I'ee-k I .lolin I>. Johns, both of vIti Absolutely! Pure.
iit ( tht-ui.ehilv authenticated. ithin tlu time lemurt ::3 a oa> :5'Up I.vVlIv.ood I.v -"flSill .
i4 jiin ( U1th1:'. iiiiicd Ihe** pi < jile lo l.y.At; t hisites| ;|sjj,. : _. .. :: !I d bv Li v. or this nutice vx ill I ip p'en The giand juiy iicoinmcnd the :-_: -: -:.:- vv''lcr. of f tlie-ir V T. WhEXa.i i ; s.> .i >P. *.> \r ttM -
Hifilist ice-oxci.x. ,
) o ri.uti.t
and i :ally lo the polls (.ti : :n Ih it{ Xi-v-J A CM* m i. :'arti-r hakriK i"> > iv ., .i a i ,j .
This is I a.I I'll, .IX.'U'IJ.lull I tll '" >" (i'tClllll.imtI' Anr. S. l""je A'lmini.stiator. 2flzt D ) .r T41..t 1.r
building of a 'ourt h >ii>e. Aftei ;Il.e : __ | 5Uit'i
For CoupeScroael I DjKOliFJIT tti jet. in'1; s| tr; ;pativ vx'as II
; *" j. _? i. t. .1 I 'iio ( 1 kl. I I __ rTtrp iii !it'Ilii.I ;i
IJULLCK'Jr. the I first step in the light direction i j t t.iki n chaiire i 1 In, r.n'iiti.I.! i > ..loluis.I **+ "*' *7 f* -- j i II X,-.. 7.tit.l S ,tztt! Soil tru t.-; i.-t% JI
I It i i' really too bad that so pio-pci- I !at whosehospitatiic* lii'ine wv vvi le entciI "y *' r**s -1 ;iilt'. ol I.2ti ( I itr Er'et Iroin Tlie ; Notice for p11 bi heat jon. j jj boiixillrai"! 1'1tt lit-. :sid I ii Vt-t-I iuu:
Jr < ( mi') I Tn momim Mi i h ::.% ia iIoi* lLoik.. j chaiisa-il I I ,. "j ? '
Ious \ i lained.: < s ? --
a county as JSradford( actually: [ ]alter a he-uly alliar.fehnakfast.I .vc XMUon j c '- is-utr: ; ; NO. 1.LAWTr.V.. LAM OFFII AT (! AINFSXILI FLA. .Miscpt ,I niid'lui-- l p.t (I.v31 elaily: exc, j t MII..I.-Iv. % : ,- :

For I?<*|V1 *ntativcs ,. h has no court house but, is compelled | ) din way to 1'iovidcii" t. tinoiiurlTimiles'drive I -. L: t i'ri ii IIJT. rrnna.-l. J I) Hur>lclt' di'ail Itt,, IV i i OTICF. k ltt-re.tiy pvei: that. IH.the Is'H lotloxvini;|-,I Ii. i J: I '_ CKi: >AK MI.' t nliTJl -
i ..uI.V t..tilIe..JttIIit
V 1' it' (1rrry.
JOhN L. (; \1INh. to lease a building i io ally! uiiMiitcd I over cverable in.nU; The r,ti Si t I..0 1 I .i.i i I 2.I tv.t I. I-. gi iTIi. S ii i F.II5If). .> 'it:;'-i -d L st-ttUrli.is: t.le.I iiotiic I'f hi* intentiiui loir, 1.V .l.l-k ilXlhc .\r t (I)

Tlie out in loice. (}. \\ tlvalte ., . : '. ti. J I' to in.ikc ttnuIpi'Hif i.l MifjM) >u lIt his claim. ;I a 1v lerti.nii.nt Ar zrZn -
for court money 11sjient people were ) .- : ; I .t: 3 \ I ir t : it. t rsythe. g.r.t : *
JOHN I 1). JOHN- purposes. I i- ; ; and I ti!It1 said I till ii if xxill I he made before KevisU- li 'lta It. C'oUtih!! iii Ar :o ,
for and of tis'!: 1 vvus' chosi-n chairman; The :nhhi*>- hv j v .1 tt: 1 utsytht' aiiil Kiceixcr at e.iii.e--xille.; F'I.ri.'a. onavE3tIt i| 12n: {. Lv Uil.lxx.n ArlCi-r {
-- rent repair IV i ;uIjztt r. 4 .Ii.iri ;alnIl:. i : :
I Ir (jHskinsand I ). Johns. f..Mow.-l hv )-t. iii :! ii. it-ii-i. |I II SICip, I.- xV.i.,1.:
: ; : Aril
Our citizens :-nv ictum'tii from li l.ni-r.: K"U'W .1 I Mi-rd I ivnumM.I i-.a .
would bin intt ie.t isI i 1T1t. .i .
bi'ilding pay on j \i;: lUi'iSt I.H1'ol VVal Ii.. riori-U. II K N'o. i I < l1pAr Olnn.iIt. r.v ;::
j Col. I'eel. vve-ie )li-t i l.iii-l to :sti< iilive-lv ij i't !. t i.iio.i'.t. .1 .11 iliMige-. I.ri* Aii j B.V.I,
Oi'-ir summer I trijis. ColJvcailicr money siilficieiit tO build a large u :and )j ;and 1 appealed; lo l h;ive* ihe! de-u-ul .ilTccl of { t !ln.!! II)' .t i .)..Iiii-t'.i, g..ui. t I' t'ntgtit. i I1 111. for the NK'' .r\lI' t S.-c "t TT S. IJ.i'ie> -t |L. T 4!> i1 ArLnlif- '<:> i-y r o-i aNI.S.

in the HOI ill \\t\\\\ ><). -i! d liivu the J I ro.I. .1 t.i '.. liIiIii% .1 l.rV/I5. Jr. ir I K: He nnnifs th*- t'> !oxx.'n,, tVIIJli-.rS to | i-.ve | 1 iu..i \\i ,*-iy,| snrr.Tn47
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suitable cUFt house. s'iirhig the pror-le* to lh" itai'i-- I h.s continuous i and !
u Clay counlyh.is up nnpi i i ,. IT iit.I. I'i? I ii Oiit.I. ,(' ) uiII..I. irI i u i.t> upon, cnix.ton .I"-Ks, tlx ul-- .ii.\V; |_ -.1.',,. iVttI.t.jiu.3 ( |
jjnnrist hoc. of il1ti'g a lull vote. I H.ic we v.e le eonfiont'el J o.f. su I iin.I.I xi/- II inp'filhs. I'lirist.tplicr) 2eIt!!. IK. "" iMlarKey. .
just completed a 15,000) eon! rt s it. 'V .i IiiI rtI..l. .tiiltii '-i'!'>' '>i. \ '.M I> tfk-t '
Hilton. Kv.in -.
VV. t\, nli of \Vald. \'iTVflittjj
wiih I I-.MI liivit.ilintis! to liio.; .'. : titi Ifl'.. .'t. t I i u it Io. :: i4 S I .tiuii-;. .i Ito. S r lon.l.i. i iIEX.X Tu i i,'
I house and has done it that | | .\ M.-i: I.YM'il, 1 -
so easily Alt-K cii
hv ot I licliii.ts: <.n. (!tti.I.! .1 I K..I T .I-I. yi.n.- [ __ _
I 111I4)ck for co the le do not realise incon- .- s..itirl. rs. pitic. II il Scull i' >ii>*. V.I SliiHiiil.| :1 ii ;it.
n ihuiisandote, > Ill liiutUoni I county. peoj; any L Hcce-ptin1.: M'.s. 'I inni's aiid the oihci (1P .1) MS, i.ih. diaI..P| I I 11 sik.-s.| K"M nry 1 :-rt I.rnaitii.. iv '

V C'ii(11C(1 from) it. Asid the dignity of Mrs Noah; T.IJ lor' :and a inval ft ,isi j jfor '!' ii.i.kii| s. ;;.itic. .VliiurV' :irr.rll.I K""e: I ItcnryWlnlc. I 5 ( ) l I' '"_ /HLQ": "_JL 'tY_ K ii) .

IJe sure AOU vote* a JJidloc-k! tiek that a line couit house would give Iioth putics (we'll tell yoU nil aliout it _-.i'li. .1..l.n t I' Ni.lc". giur. ) Y xirttieol utitl. rity xesttil tn iiif.x th. ad-I 'fiin..-; \"i s r. i:. lii.md id iliilf. SlIlulLrttifl) a -

I ul thv <-cigU'ssoiu; lu.1 hug tpi:1e' the would make !>c\t vve-ck ). Adiive-ofs miles >iii>ijl; >t tus ; !iiisr-iii-i M ii >. I.VKI: 1tL'LIIc.: :] J ) miinstr.itorot thf -stale ot t rin'ii'.is Sim<. i j e.iehiJirc j 1ilissl.ti-t,-!ti.II.. jjuiite letvxt en I einnndina and

o county every i 11 the home ot \\' C. li"ciec. K-q oft''alestiiie. II I, Viihin ll: iticli.ml. U""e Kl I dark, triiie. t Lite I of rtradtordioui tv, rlect-asi d, I v. i I on ?.Iniday. \/icUai.d .;\t'ittta.'h't i' xi.i .sttvn.cr. >'I -'piiiKiarsIIrunn,
f-1-1 i.ilher than 1uiti I 1'iviil I the 3d day of X mh. A I >.
lax-payer: piond( to I !'limy (1.'t. fr i. Henry 1i. ("iflP xt -r. 1-W. M the i il.ile
i vviitie! i he:my wcl.ninuid avvelliilled rlliwl .'"in .1 I M .1 trl.in. p'lio. .1.1V Mann.l I I result-lice ofaiil 1 ilfci-dfiit sell I to tie! I lii i igi he-.t; i, '

<'liircoli.nius.au' always <>I >CMIlia fe grudgingJv jiay I I the> flight u increase ho-iid I ;Mjepareel Us: t td anotli'rshoit g i>UC. J 1 Ii t I I'.llKr"I CHIII-. I P SSll'1'iSlll.g'.IIU' 1'iilder, during I I il es;iiisof sjt., I li.follow! J "7 !i : i .
of tax that it would juire. It isto () iile Vi ciliie-.s-ay! ui"i iiin-;. 1.1 Ihe! j ('(Sfit1; r N< >I. 1.-- IAI.KSTIXK.llt.is : ing ncintinal propt-i-tv.' lom.'intfto t. .su'd e-st.ete, S| j4 :ii tf"instt '
of iil<*:is the to-\xit: liltttn! n.! >) he-id Cf f shirk
exproH i-yj pe-) cattle. OPC | -I ia:
tint the Thomas school! hiMisc* \\ iniuiit I toi te a Ki.ii.ks: '. Mi I
be il-.T
hoped county com : I liorsecirt Pile S'y.xr Olin :.i.I I iioi'er.: Terms l 5.111:1 i-Mi11; iv Ul! '
jile. All artirliM thaiii.t. hut of ai missionersill take lovvaid anew I huge and llouiishin s( hot >i. .Mr (icMij! e ; ( ii, u v. ,'. 'ii'-. / ) I I'li- i-r. il I""i'l.I .J .iitt l>:.iuVs.! cash. JI, N. ILI: >TO.NSept. : jt v 1L :i u> A r : |
niil l steps The y;i'iie. Tlii'iii is I l.xnis.: p nc*. .1 .1 Killmfjiin. gori.I I M. is'H. p yunu i.v 12251) ';
te-i.Jicr had |
Ahletm-in. Ailmmsr.iior.!
) :
personal nsluu t 2hIirfuHy j people : 1 lt"a 4 't' I
Al Iicr
j : : Jut
_._ Lv J
couit house i: i.iiu-\I (g.>'t. 1 1 u eis vy iici-sf\.K"iif.I I iVroc I ; it ;:' a 3i) -
; '..u.cretl and! !Ii. child'-cii wi-u* ; !l ; I'lOHpAr) Iriis.n.izt!
uv: arei I I.v
)! '- h | I Iiwtir'I g.n. x\ .1' Itrrsiy. &t.1lr. 1'reston How 5 It Ua'IttAr i
------ S ess .1. K: l 1 ix\nseini chosen clriiiniln j .- .- -- ::1 lii. g I'tif. .li-liii .I'lniisi.n. K JII-- Ite-n rv 1 H Kerce:, Notice.OFUCE -' JIoLilt- I.vI2Wa

j tavvtoj. Ii.l ) Guskiiis home .d j 1 1111.! n,.% ii. N.iivj.iiiry.! jr"1- J 1{ McCuttl.-v. ) I I' ; V'A' *" New Orleui-H i.v ** nip
The ) Citiiris liinofKtrei't i vvas: peil-i-liy( at t : :amo'ithei ; t E = ; iz :: 1'iioiuTK fv.i-RT. ) l. .>i il .iAr :jtaitut- I.v
Capitol -a rU-lf.ir'I TSOp7 I
A VclV !(*:| quiet vve-iiiliniT! took thildien. -tnid ( ol IVc-k ;;ss :an old I ." lxiiitx. l.'iid.i. I :: .- a A r LoukiIie IT 12 -
Jaini'S Tnlme. T \ hi
at D1 O/MI! lia I ii'I l i ilier I I 1' ;:licis.| K.IIIC. {juiif. Sij'tt.lLuIItF itli. A. I>. 1-W. < i-: a
cars : > { place o'n Thuisilay nt List vve-ck at the t ti1i tearlii r. rve the e hildieu! a 't.t:. Mr. i iJohiiS 'Ill-Hill-I I .. }-"ini. 11; VV Wteks. leinmeil, IJutlevWiiii.i'ii In the matter of tine siiLcest ion -nsi-.Ixem.-y! of iaAr Cincuinati I.v 7.10nii'VlAr

ftCCt' nrs a \ <*:ir. Tallahassee* icM 1(*tH-t' i's J-v ap

must not 1 ; tI t- >. estate :\ns 9 ii nil I1' eS.i !
MrKc-oiiii. ol I the XoithTi-Nascoiife-iemv I : ole tstl l and ed to u'.ili/c I the i iinpnilMieu have and &
1i sce-t > l'iiliinais .
make l hi ie-ik f le-tM.-f.] she- I V.'het'a- John I. Oaskins; v.-stiiili-ii sit- j.ii '
a : :M.i Iv t cli. N-tilli. and .Miss Ainc'i.i.M v'-iif. giriP. xil to
tLII : of our inissieiii. I Hi" eleelion ol estate ot I.oiiii VVitk'ixsUi. t.itei'f H.'vlf.ird Cutmtx. e anil >e xx-o.-.rrs

Will lose lie-r trrip iiI the* st tie !hi&uj1I l < (.'ullcy. of tins place*, our hiuhlv es-: lien i ItiIui; ik! 'I hiit a oli'l ihii!( ier.iltc; ; .- i I l lj Hiitci.iiisoii iii ..i3t.i. .1 i KITH: ( '.tiIl.. 1II tri'iie.II.uitnpgi A r, e-ler..lIi.trune.T E3i\-.Jii! I| LO.teif Florida. dece.-s..il., h-.s ;thL :!.\i.n.

ings. t teenitdnirl pojrlar; s-flnn.l principal! uf 1 11st piteiiK! t, tind: :a lull vole i is p-.oi.,,*( ,!. \\'(. i I Iweie II [ ni .; J< >nl 1 F mills tnr I'lirt-r titilnig SM. ; i il'i I Iltts. KM-: .t.! CtuiV'" '.! siiiilli, .Itu. Jacks-Hi See.: i! in itIIL my tiltiea iipx1 !"," f tlienisolxcncj-of I

1: yar. lk-v. J. G o iincllTlie ( t11Ci.it(1 t tI licit* iiiral'i ovc-i whelmed hv invila- I : 1.4)' .tt.t.; V., X: Tit: !.i.'. ;".iif. '1 Trail. r"ie, T A -atiint'i.i-'li L-st.itc.alliicisui: Thf-c.-iic I a Iii ti it..-rc.v>rc to nuir.i jutl 1 I 7.-Mp) 7"HiiI.v: J.icks.i. xillc Ar 7i n ,
u u I ing < I.iinis ;asf.iinst i sutdj a m
IM.I ) : 'Iin 1 -in : tiiM-l.: I: _V Tinner K >: '. J NTa.vIor.I sap >-' isa i.v Hallxxm .vr
Are we x0'11?? l <) v" 'I'lii'jly' liy and crt.nibup which 1iiitUL l ih'-se two I 1 lions t'i ace-cpt tiue iieniin-iaiie hospitality, j I I T'laiuoiitii]1 I (Iii h.\i.l I a* i-cf List i'p "'"'. s..inctis.. p.i-. j i t-i-al'state"!in. lite* thf-ainc li in nix- .IflI-P. elulx": niifht-n 10-r.p 1 O.Viiil.x-: Tjik'it'- Lv 7Wp 517p S35 335 *?

the JV hrarts: tii cllu-r was pc'ilonueil l j in an iniprcsjivc A c-oinpri'iiiise! \\-s( ilTct led I hy I Dr.CJ-is-l) : ?:.tI i i It "ti or > the t-.xentv -Intl.-"tlDdayof 1114'tpll t i'.r ii Ar J
e.-c Santa iv.ilv.-ay p.iss us to 1.1jill i : i i iIMM Dls'li !! T NO. r--n.NT. HIM.. M.ircli.! V I O. I is'ii. manner, almut It :i in., :uul was; kins and Mr. .Johns > 1i!> .. *iiv s. is'i I ,*. T..a.nt.1 i-ccM ..f >c 11"! a I? Kr VnKiosrn
J .ii.m witu t it stcrlins iI 1 oi
I hits north au41 l Jlu- ( !. S. t'c K on the ; I .I.in.cs u / !'i-x il!. tldi-l.I .1 I! t |I.-ii iii. r s. lIcni'YXH.l. mai'c.i | rorat.i cli-tn'nilion of tfit' oss.-ts of -ih1otatiai I (> '!11111 : a
i yt. M!. lit't.! '. ilEiIl. x 1)I.)( II "V-OpAr Mac* n
i immcdhiU-ly I tollowcd by :a licur.tif I ul -.nil L h ; dimoiriti.: Ic.uhi. Mt; Jos, ph i ; *_ 'n ( I U-cKil'l) t CM( s'ix. ici.-i'ixt'il.I I-Ij-'iie) Ciiii -. rcliinxil. u- ii.iiLctlicei-Hililiii-siif (tlit-sai.i. 1 loi) a !l W I Ar 7lflrv

t-otitli, mill li-t tinF.. C C. A 1 P. cratnjins e xcel lent tlinncr. Soon nlli t r the happy: To\viiscnd. ai.d Col. l'ti-k :aiiel ihc* ic-j'j I M-f't VV. I.r Ii'ii.Weeks.T'l i i '.Ilitt.,-ik! I 1cMllfj j.'i'n ) t. .!'oh n | ia it. ,% i xi I\al. l(1iIiVtiI. livviu..l %V'.itre- in\' haiiand! I veal at SM k.-, thiseIav: ]I I "xi iT iTijTnd i> Atlanta *il5
I t. .Ir" M.tiTixul.! I II I I K F.'s'iiorc.; i nuumtlI.I.ii.is I. [ISMAI.) aiidx_ ar Ainr.cPt.ite.1. I s tO tlaiix Ni.. I has 1'ullmat
a little lielitt-r <-vuv yi-ir, aiid; doiiutliiug couple' proceeded to the depot acvonipanie l poIe-r w ith Mr. S.ti.iue'l < lofl. After a A HIT. .i." is'.l'. Ti' .mil. rci M of i sleepiiitfriiM hefxxeen Jacks'ii-vIPe
h r |II.itfitti.| iVi ,1. .1 SIloxxiii-il. re-nmxe-il. S; VVM. F. ?!.I'HfKs. atel Maconj -
i l hy iij-'itsd ucbts. whc-ie they found l ol.l-tashuiiie-i I'.i'fi'ine' dinnt-i M t. M i II i r.c. ci:i-r-n-.. j 2 Moc tin tt> al U Mitit-nnrth aiit! *
This is iiet-Jion iix'aiiy, wc | txest.
a <] that ; |' S tilt 2. 1 l"i i. '1. .out. reM of lli.t I I i>n. jrIIH.. I lii-nj; K"lx.! !) ilcail. KHiiiieu Ostccn 1. I j Ceuitiy JtLIZ( c |1 I Tit-
numerous :.tiier warm fiiciulsof theLiiilc Ale-ssis I JohnsCoin1 xc'l. I ll'-iiix I .V i I LI.. '.' I.HXI Sli.axxiltrvl. I -- -- --- -- I.etcrtice.siVV". IJav str>t-t. corner Hogan. -
sep.trati'd, (Jiskins an::1 ,, n-n> I'inllii's. ii I) ) .fl.
; f-'itive-n of .tr. .1 .1 I '. -
J.V-7y j I. \ i' Sinckl.st n-inoxetl K T.rriI1. 5"nville.
ami who hcstowed upon l'i'e v.c'hlcii! p.urHair ; to fill the appointment! at llcytcr !;. e'O.'jMiiis IIiIii* I fixer to ; iv r N at k'. A. C.
inoxcl. !1 il. II Wall. *. MacDonnell
1j1. t1p. 1 ) hearty) cuu-ratul.illons; : nt1 i 1..1 t ". r'lool houseand Col. 1'eck and o'lis.-if. I' ( -'in.tx e'oniniis-ioi.t I : l5 :: I,1, I A M Willi-H.'II.MS.:-.v-' u iiiux r. gull : All pulilit! mids it.at an* m>xv in e\i-.t- uc 1 in D. E. Maxvveli,, I ;. l*. \ T.,A.

wis-hiR. rctuinn!,; (in -.i '. \\ let l>\ i j t.rst JIi iiil.i* in X'fxn.il' r. .1.. 1 ). l-!>>. U for ti. S. Pennington
fur nd liloxhamlor of the K-ca-ioii ) at m. ,
justn-e :: Aciy jilt. asilg: i-pis-oilc ( I uirrid.tv.
I i iI meet iij ain at IlaiLphui : .I IS.m: .t I I
I Jt\V A.I:i mis. tinLiif'Wii. .1 VV Attains, eU-a 1. :i term nt ii: *-. .sc sjn-nfii-ati'n t.nCoi.riI I frttl:1- )!tlIir.:
comptioHe-r, i- a irond cram. I'mn was the upp< ar.ince of our school enmas1 I -- ., 1 T.'c-t.sln.ii luii'l lir't.Iown VMeiiniI I lit I .cry I i'i 11. elcae! I N'.ic I ttru: -s. C HI* Aine.M I I I 1 i.ice! tIter! l It.: 31. Ai.vxttFK I Walter G. Coleman. TIafie.gfnt.NOCOF .

:Mabry tie-hi-t in the.I I ofor *'. in niiiuhin; lanks. led liy MI pre'im popular school piincipal' .Ali I I Ii .sWilliuins. TI--I-I.I 1'r.i'Si't'i.t i tuiij 2 y. iink'ii'U: \V A lU'iiiu* t. g.i1lt..Tihn .J Hatch ii-- j i I Otr in I l-'K) :JMs (j I IuI :
Kelili I: .r Thi.i.; :<:i.i'i- Seeing :a note in i ; -- -M. ismxfil. 1 I'C.ntfi"tl *. hr i ii. '
> e Culx-in ilc.ne. !
justi< <-, :-iii.l .1 l !u.\iain! tickt L i aster Hal I Jsniiih hehaltof i : ---- :
I \-our paper fioin .Mr: i C'.ison( ) i i:; u-iiaid; t to ij j I Mi. C, I It. Junes, ot Spsiu:* Hill, I-iv. i.I | I'l.nk. s.'ti..1 VV ('.i rk.I, 1. rfoii,'. .1 ini"sChao I *. i le | v jjjpq i
the liox
into foi ( u1ItuhI'r. .M.ikeno : the school I piesorlc'tl 2i1 u. .McKtoiinj- ts; "I! h-ivt- <-si> I I 'n.uiilic! : lai't's I' tin j n.tixcil, \\.urii) I Claik. u le'iimc'l. CO Flutiii r> I OlMi'jUi.STAIIKJ ''. ELECTION ;
mistake*. Tlie I liov will 1 IIP with a handsome tIIIIItlet. After alltctionate ] :a n tinderstandinir! :< to v-ho shull 11:11': II1.-X..I. .l.-tf liin!;. iciiiint-il. T i: C;.'iit rv. 11:1 I
plainly | llilin for s< \e-ie-nid 1 piiMluI I-in us xv I uh! 1 ]
k n'Xvii .l..iii.! i.tf"! n i..vi.,1. I.-\xis iiixon .1
i s
U'tte-rco!. N.I iiu.vill ho nllovvcil tols t ( fiiicwells and con-rratulations, as I ]for t the ollie"; of county tic-astiie-i.I and I Iho j jsctmiiiyly IlltieilVe -I tli:u: :atn-'lno. oI.1> I bivt-, : I, M'ltuifl: I !.lc!k .1)ackst>ti tlinx': llllkll I i 'VX ii. Jlllx ':, FLO1UDA.

ist the train moved, oil. I the school iliildicn.jireviously i had faith of .Mr. Ke'.lum. i it'I' 'ever tritil i | I It i r. lit'- the t>iin iiisi tuti j| I ..Oluill'ttit'OVO.! .Viuliixxll.irii'iii I tiiiknovvii. j ... T' lli' Pli
: you. I snii'I lCd e.ioh with I a li.imUulot I i i Iv and, emos vxiilmii i .*, iir, ; tl sc II.." I.i. i It Ifjuii: il.-.itl. 1 1" .\ Ilt-alx. icint/xfl.? .1ui. i 1 s.f v1.i-ult : -

lice, s-how.-u-d it attc-r t I I tinlUpntin i :! vvo'il'l! now scorn but propel tor sonic one i I I I'a.. n I '. i1' III is. (iii 0.:' I ti"! iiiist iisi-inl 1 | Kit nil.T.: n-iii iV. I. '.l c I.uxxtun. t'ti". S..1 I.<- i n| SESSION OF 1890-9L orsf.itt-Ktioxvxf, I Iitt I. John L. Crav.forrt. s>cr>t ry '

John Tmplo ( Jrave's isaniuuine't'ilhy I gnioin mid liiiilc- until it had: the appear- j (of his fiiciiils to explain: th.it they!; do iioli ) 'I j lile-'licii'es I .t.it am "' in l to |i-' _jii.ixcil.''JTC I. .l.nii'-s l.i'c i nxx.iit.-r.'I!;itt| iti.t ivniiix.V ieni xii|. .1:inus!'. I.i.tty.Millt! !ri r. j' iiitti.etlipt f aBEBERAl the i State of Flui ula. elo hereby evt$-, --','

1 i a. Macon 41 1ispite-li': In ,hi\i: I hc-e-n ancc ol a vein:isnow! storm, the con i ;t tI thiiik.it is for tie o r t.-e> |I.t ci I <.oiis to sy i v iil ti- 1 with.: esj."i-i iil\- !iiiI i tIi.'i.. .liMii. 1 ii-a! I. S I) ',]..urc.ifiatixetl.: e'lrl >I"tf. pi'.c. K It I ELECTIOS!

diutorcif the ti.-iin ,;II t ting I I ihe full l-i i.eht 1 I Ithil I (H'l!-' 'Iiit.k. snr 'ijiss.: luiiist-.. c-i1 ii.c-n-! Viit'i-, o i.n..c.l.; J N Nrvsi.oi. ifiiii'TU'l. .1 W, !| Tin'alioveSchool his Ju-e-n! pur-
I'le-siue-nt 1 1)
engaged by paik: of it. who sh ill rr i shall not hoM! any nfiiec j' ear :i"iii* .tini n\! .ui.n.its.! ( >.! .tj'I'; !' ..,.- I\ t Punit: i- i- ii'i.xci'' .5 ,! 1 O'datxis. M-iii..xi'.l. Frank liiisci! :.ini is iiovv: c-1'iitinl.'il, l l'v Wilt lie list Id! 'ii r.i-atifortl; Cut.ntv. State of Flor

of the .Maeein .ii iail l Atiuntiy railroadine Tlr-n t : !hit' is %'. it li t! .: people*. :Mr. Kell'im, I tl.j >i: \\ I ul I i t-'i.! vc be i :.tin ami :i 1 t'i fi u Iii tal .-iiLi iIi. I. i.l.I I 1" ISui.i.I. K"-- Ht'lit Mii'iiiuil4. j a ida on Tuesday m-M '-tuere-u-tliri: the first Monilrtvm -
calm* lh leali/.ilimi t tljat: the! luv- j I I '-liii.. J.t.-U T : II 'i'if. I :tiiiiiv i t lug ( if I tl' >!Hsii's.s] Noveutler. A. 1>. l-l! t..e sauL Tuesday
] Macon o.'ijs.tuu'tiein towiito liisii- .1 cine. 'O > n: ;ifiltl; !iiii r s:ilc I li -
company, ed I liicixl t u-iicln ieincloTrx.is | < was
:in ( i>:-i !:;< -r Nr n v irrox.. vsj.iii.-il
t\ ; i. iti\--s. :iinvM.li! jno'i'e' ;; i'ic'i> til f the Joun of j jike
tlic'ir al )4)'IS roads: and I :iiielvi* sliDulcl nit: Mieni again! have-llic | hin lids hut ," i
tip not to ll-( :ime tune, h-injr- l Itt. V Iix.il. ici.iinnl. II V r.-irniHr. icmoxf.1' j ji
IAIIC enteiprises. Mr (;Jia\ <-s will I I p'ousurcr' iCx'< ivhndy knows-:a < .nscier.ti< j jiian he b:iiide-d vviiehou in "
very .fl s : -Cs Tiuip-.ne Sim. ili-.nl. !tiltitIc
Vvvcie lolh !n j'-ait) vxiih out who Lsul e n- Sini'iis.! Sr. ili-ail S St rI\I the* 'l'tf ami! tii>- limins nf inalviliir: I-.irone Repre"t'tixe cf the
cntIK '. h he rf
I'f4)hal.ihiticS dvre l li. rse-ll I le> all. v. c; me snnu-vv.ii] : Hi')'., tl. V. V Vx-'ill. iii'.c I. I'li i A\VMi. r : | it th* iiKist ] :'. '*: :ii.el; IIIOViUgl h I FloiiH.i.ti theCongress Fifty-ecei
t.el- h
; :ii lo. itiid ill* -tihi-uni t H in* icasinjr.i 4 | t.f tlic United .
tlJere j St.it--
ait* that will he : u ?rv 'ira YftYe .'t -. 1 {&; i nx.'il.. J.Iou! K VViMHl.iiil. riiki.oix 1; K \Vr ;
[liinaele-r lk-J'1 of t j : n. 'I. !
.- ahijt Scliool in lie Stit The I I !
V iii 1 : i'i'iV-'iA1'1! .''M.!'' '"'I'loned by: llie pssi| ( otit I ; ( .uit hog s Fur a e."t'i| ti-i'l eie>l tie: t.i'e of florid
r, .ret. -nany tourists! i-i the stale vviil I lie eicvnlucl to the vvjilil'.s lic-sl : any kiiovvlaliTe* of the* agreementvent I loihe : I I ..:1 V ( I. '. I '_ I I FrljlPlI ICti! till II2httt iniiOtll "or a Jtisi ice i it' the Sup.-t.-me Ouu of the Stata

this \\inU-i. Cheap c.\viii'siemx from and that: there slj(. 'vill] ht. jnc-uuiiK nllv,.: i Ti '.Vf.i'.vHi: ; to nuvil! I and | -y 'oi; :.Mr.Ivelium's t I 111 stuck hi loll* lh<* iiil'y -;
the northvill Useful nnii sutce-ssful. I ai'.iiounc-ciiiciit.) hut v.c h i'i hci nfoixstalUd !I. VV ;T t Ui.ks. ,1,, i. r.-trtrtifv, Unit tlicx. : I ituake t liciti I i > i.r tx-.e nt.iuti&-rs of the Iloti-e of Representative
indiu-c- .
gnat many hy Mime nile eNc .".ii.u KelliiniI : \\ev-ut c'v.-iv in-il-.f-r t to know jh-'t a! -, is :t in-: aril -met list nf tli.n.nii i>s 1' e-o'iiinoiliolis ;Ti,.l -le-trar.l; Hi sf, 5, For.i-; Si .tit1. -
*'Iit I. 1 fi.oii tl.-i!
peojile jo iome.Jo I Flori.Ja--.ml: th!; is Sim d"tint he CKISIJI i-i; ; In* j t'l n vi ii'e.l. Trti' | n 'Kitti'n. l.iM.k-lx. i thelioiol'.' I, with t c-onve-niciic-e For :. Tax \ssfssoi-.
The Ir .i>o ta Anic'iidntciit. I M) .K t could; n last two winters havehcvn niv.-r.'. jit-Ms vx-ili'MiI a : !. -_. Tl % I1.r i,. IV-raT.ix Ci iiu1.ctor.
) so verv, ;iiiirl.i'i (.r -itioii. and there is no one who 0 ; :\ I n i Iitil. \itu. .s Iii) Imn.l I full? triallv.!
mild Editor 'FFL1c1.rr-IL: : : i issiiil: hat revolutions I !liist -s\ iiiptoiri s I ,:ti.I.suI.-; I tin n til'e'.il l tilvtlnltv! '4 t e-ri.hfr. \. I). 0.9.1. I IV.T j FIII-.I t'i iu.lv TnassircrFora.Tu.ticet'f -
it is quite plot-able that: this ) nnvv JJD Inrkwniel. I lUlt in, cx-: i' <-an; Mil 1 the tieasureiV: olMce any I lif'.ei :and'mure : I 1 .ijioi-1! s I lo t lii' e ;I.iUen i cold or eolii \ WrFRS. 'I TlifV hav: t* li.uJ; tlie-Iiistitr.tioii I in- Die' I'cei.t ft'tI fop the folloxx !-
winter will be lo( ihe jjcneia) ; s iiisf.-K ijnu of ihc ; nifj Justice Liti let-, x iNo. i/:
a cold one.Don't i iiininini the pr'isi'd amendment to I I hejcniistileitioii niavhivi* a i-iiiio!) (iiii"d, I t !:< I IIII.IIiOI s.s. { leik nr C'lieuitC'i'int, tOil l aii'l have
J I torj'oHt') : :t ; : suc I *il i in
e -
t tv One .
lit Theie
people than vvou'il lii ive hi e:i siii i i Jiieio 1t! rk of Cciinrv t ((1 >
it sre-ms to me tint t i is litilil I Ibt* s'ut. Alter t I hit! euli '
: :
eoinj -i i" .
; I p I oii iiti scc-uiiiiL* the! of I Irofrssfr N'f> Three (:S.. -
another cinlid.ie f'-r iiKieis.: j ; -t'IViI0 ( J.
scratch ballo* but vote 1)IekWi1(1.VII( () is to lie I'cncfilicd liy: ve iv_ ]p( ji'ilar : ) Ihil': lourllo'lir'i is dex eioi| <*.|. \xhieb l i i to-! No Fixe (.-.>. .

your Vote :, the ])i-iinscl| change unless that il draw I'lllon if Air. K* lluin'2 ninie had idtn I lo\-<"lli\ t'c! cii'iip.! I hn linn* t'> a.-t; i-i.t | *! liisj>c( I >is ;inO i'lcrks oi tlic lieetioii. : 7. i C'S. Looiic'V( I inc faiimr.s: soitthernj Co. Sex-en (7 .
live of iiutvniglit. a little more mone-y fiom I thu already ovrr- I :announced! when it %Va.t. :md I l lj/.vc; i ino w l,<-i! t the child (ii ii-st I ln'coiiiCi hoars; ,.; a, t j scholar and( eM-uc--itor I ; to take cluri e I For a C-mstahle in and fuj tl.e following Jii;

TI.e'e are so mtiy; of theiU I liunh'i'eel t.i\-iuyer.} ; AVhtie! : oic I iho M'O- t'ouhi. wilh Kclliiia: in.t lumiiii1;. I he tev\ iosf\o!' ( 'ii nuliei! 1 i:1; : '*iti-h !tt'ii{ ,Itto I- i in Dts.iid; No. I. of tin school.Ve tire tinti-kN xi/: u

this year that they aie oi i necessity j pie who Inve Jiskc-d u>r lhi< change? Kcho ;j vaht: ; h.ivj 1\l i eif .>d. j 15 itn ;p( siiie- 4: < 'l > v. iii picvcji'; | <* :al.Sf'! 1.; :i al'lei i l'i'f win! cr ul ci nm( i- In-piM-tmi: K I. XOrieCl >

giiiali is :' c' Vel! known Jo the people- this i otin-1 i loi.L-li eoiiirh has :;ipi; <*.ir< q. t !.c'ti--i-i- StMT'.nl. .1 I iln'-i.n. VV I Hu: i-nKl. Cle-rk. Jir..iI \ know; I'rofe-s-sor( LOOIN-V as a Ni>. Two tt.o.TiiueeU..
so there no mom for erith: I. :answers here? It is quite the* f.ishinn! W. ;,:*,i.rx1'i'ist \. *< :! '
'v and Iiiilh h.ive h'-.i! 111 IV .it Jill \-ti'-'l II. Il-ill.! tills "l.flv hiuiitfi'.i-il Christian
I lie I tic i -!'ii.r"s i.fJ l :
i jre-ntle'iiir.n
ing. Tho tickets v.ill be jtll to makou p-eut ado al'ciut (the diie-cie I -I n---111.1 I ci.teitxii'p"ct<>rs; VVihi.itM M-j I : a So. Fmirll( ). -n'

the printedexcept of the farming; nnd laboring el.i *e's-in '1 I itsen.s J net*, oi(ti': hv_ appohiluicti I H'e i-liicr( t by :is d. l'.r.. il iyV.. 11. itiveis. x-.i'.../, 3'tir: .ni };-tliiir: ::, \V A "rosliy. C'le-rk, j !profound scholar) :and as a te-at-hcr of I I No. Hxe f. *
) names of, the county oftieej'h to tint the eleetioii: ,* foi live veirs. and stui t,... '. jnr; "* I,! I > liCOl' C the hiyhc'st ixrade. .i) )
inc As
; lliese must be written in black pioposc-d nnipiMlment I ;and never as yd Ir'.s :a iiiiirniiir of coin-i Iulittilit Il iH-.to'c' vvoiil 1 "ike I lh.. .idvi.-eolW.u r.'i-DLtric: No 2. a di'-'pln.ar-; ,1
will lie Joint
p-irtie-ul.uly hard e>n lh.it cla ?;. n H. I'.lxe-ls. UK ian Preifosor Loomis Kt'.soiiition -
s *
tniece'icd.He.th !
lh" .
IIiI..r.-t. < v.oul.l 1 -
ink or ) ) bei in-ird. but he I- \ i-ady I"i r iiH'ir.'IT of congressIi')>t-ctoi-s: John
.Iackpeni .
it will) lake tlirin frntn Prept-sinr i an Vim-ncmei.r. '.
away lluir labors fot n-vcr st.i'I 1.1 ;' iotu siev v* jtbosit li'-Hlo! fro't.I VV VV Cl.aj until. .,' I! Ji-iiiison.! C'lciK, J and the Constitution of
; his
; a SLttJc'iiciit.! A rui:ii.Ms ; >. iK-jtj'ly morally I the Pt.ifei.f FI..r..Ia'
two elnj-s! when cn<* day is all-sufficient. '>; "' 1 1in' I-rl.
(! ( 'li ', < 'ln.l'-t.-l llo | )iriboi i- tit n-sr.lxc-d l -
It firVC -** f"i. -tU|. .tii.t| c.'ii'iti F M Hixers.I'li'ich pupils show the ;imjirv.ss of tlie hand I j jof iN UieLeKislntnrenf the State of
would be much bellW for, < nr i must rempiii'-c'r that: our vniitnj j :i j :'i ii-liK'v! il c.nialivavs; be* 01-I I'l'-jicc'nis: F1..M.I.I- -

state to have:: the bli'U1:' and distiiots' 1 are very 1-imc! antI nvmy of I IK* Cciicral I I'r('*.rjjiii'is. !oi'.tiled llii"l! :Mii.i is ;pi. a-.lot to t-il.e.: I.-I ; .'. "ili'tt.: li I'oxxl Iti.: t It-l Iv. I icoi-io* A FiF.r > :a ue'iioiis in : his I his; chosen 1110). liiat the following amt.IiuTnOntq toth? Consti* '

congresFional voters huvelo tnvcl five to t t'ii( mile-, t-i '.Ve, the (Iraiid: Juiy ( r ihe t i'i' tettu o!f ,* le-.ssio i. stiitmnnf the Si-itt-of H'niiln 1 he and the same u
rlr-'tions nt di.Vcrent times- I .stii'-t Ni>. :3. me here-fiy i-jri-i-ed li>. and lull !>e submitted to
than hit leach the polis. :-uul in mmy inst.u.e-cs I the circjiit court for is'.irt. in I ile l Foui'.h' j, .\ n eveli-.nce( si\s-: J |iltI) Dp--iti| .11 to
\ e tw o poliiii:; places; :; avi 1i'.O'I. h.n thutU i llio '\ (ir.4 oliji-rtion j i judicial: eiicuit in Hi.-idfoid the rioi itht(! laibo.-id: i ( iiPiiission forthe'' Ti.u us,.n I. ,J C t' or.e. 15 A IMrn.sh.I ( .rk. T A he IsItti! for niti'icaii'! >ii or rej-'i-timi, and uumbered -
i< now the law. to mind i the co'inly.; sI. IL.'* lu-I Mforc.Port.i'eiM. ;taiitrh: is eMrenie-Iy popnl.ir l ris- AKTICI.K I.
As llii law now nty < opprirtnlitv, lint mirhtIK t vi-ar. ein'.liisr S>< ptcinbei! 1st. ISNil S, ii-

stands there is more ennfi ion ih.iri I sivcn to rdldtiize voters in the I hoarder: j j of Florida, male the follow injr ue m j t.t| s-T ?.V J M I : for l l5''tJ. /.i.\ :,:2h; :r2T: f--i 1 coun'x iii-KVt--| *: W (; Ken-t lug in 'his' chaiacter: : al-ovt cvciy Sccti'iii'; 3 of Article! in "f the ('n1Ituto"! bsherel.v
1 ; > r :Mrl.f
there po sildv could IK' with two counties, and( it seems to me that Iho i hvtious 1pre etilmcMfs.: j jWe i'u.!)! f { .!'Vi 7 linking a toi.il ,ii! s-Jii.- iIi lll&1.2i. st. S'.V'l..lie-its flerklitort'- Al- kii.t! of nairovv: prr-jiitlic-e, leial I, It!ll 3(-. .(ItI The I S4> as tt, n ad *t? ft>lloxxs: 4
?E-.TO> nftItlotiseof
% elections.; If think will cost more to t the ta x-Iiivirs I ih-in have (-op idc red all I the viol-iionsof! I j 'JT.'i:?.> for llnee, voa-s, a tit J iiavel.isre Fur I IiSirie-t: ?"o. I. political, le-Unions or i otherwiseVe *. ix i-s shall let htii cn hieniiially.! bfgiflninj j .r-
yon s.t, \4>tc- for 1 to have both nt one time. Fur l\e- rlv eis.t| <) (>[:\f. *.
thcs! iii I- : < v For 11. ni. f.f \ ; wit ii the pt-neial cit-el! Inn f.n the first "fnft. i iI.iy ,
the law ai-il -r i-r-niTt-ss in-'cctor< A e' -
ti' amendment c \\-ty easf l.-io'iirlit! 1-efoie our | : can n -sine one de.sirinte
e to the? ( bIsttttttjt L on vvithr.lheis that& miirht ho uiiuud.; 1 I'cl.mi. \ I ri yt.! .r. <: w i l> .m. ( Vik.J VVOstcpn every _ri < nfttpthi- fist Mi.nda.x ir. l e-folier A IMS!;

_=3= i am opposed to 'he prop< sed I amendnif I iincly Ii33 ben t ii'atcd aer-oiilii.'Z 1 i i; l'o the I <:s>i i3i. : 1"s-t-it.: ,n..1 t-uiii.tc iiKi'i-ct'.rs: Clianes:: e-.iucatt their children ;that this I uid t thereafter mil tiiee-c>msi>i>*id'ngday Hjeiind -

lemocrat ] 15 t. evidence! 1 The f'lxnltf, i : T LuKl.'ii I, Juliii I Ia r.tn.: Clerk. 1tr ry school, is sit IL1Id in beautiful s y.-tr. j jAHTI'
Every VAN ( traiisitifii
< mut iremen.ber h Bt-RE. .iVCtl. j : : Jiom l'>nz., liii-.' rinv| i iauiti < lit l'iin. a and 1 LK; If.

that when be goes to > oti> theie will I Tin-rest:, I'll We viiied UK- county j j til (i-r i '- .l'nroks. 1 1jdlnrd paiolill si-kiU'ss to loin-,; tit 'jt;'I r .rlnsiiii-t Xo. 5. j attractive locality, note-d for its Sccli.mS'f: Article xii ..f the Constitution ii-

be fi\e ballot: I b< %vs at e.u-L jxilling I i ) alier :a i Ihorou h X:1I000Iit: : ; an s-tieh eoocii a in tio.li't! kttiRe> of tinindi'ii'vidua '- t'nr i'f-r.lnT: I of e'Ti .M."- .-Ii'spoctois I ) : J JI( heaUhfnlness: (there liavinjx: hee-n a heryajiicieled! soastin-e-ada fulloxxs. ?
HO rot I is Vintliee.! I I H W 1'11,1.1'I.sUr, .1 :MblniltV. SUTION i The consistrfnot
( Ink, It Legislature shall t
place for state and ooujitv! c tllceis. Editor 'I r.i: wocM'ii-llavmar been ns-ked 1 j found r.o cell Miiurieiiuy$ .-t.i.n. ;.-> Ijohl l,| j U.isu.'e l in tin- jijcmr.and: tin* .ivrem i V :i I '.-tk. period of seve-n yi-ar.s vvith an .ioratre more th in thii -iwomeml>e'rsof tlieSeaat* -

Each l >o\ will be plainly: -Idtend so by ciiizeis whether | Ihc- prison >!rs I plated; tin( re ; every c< 11 has, J! >v hereby: th* u-"i, l bc.il'b i has lu-cu: ;il-,I 1 in- <:!:;.- anil:t county inspectors i ; IV KIlv, d.tily nttendaiifc in our puhiie* nudof nut l'u'ritiittn siitV-eititiC n embers of the
many I. if elected! totlii t MH.-d 7 is ui-re'.lllv! l'l 'sMd. II.'i'-t, ;! ;I., T.Iiiks. uri.e'WN. C'lflk. I'lullip V, ar.l.iJistriert Ilou-ec'f llein-esentatix-t/s.: Tin* members of tin
that the oithree1[
voter em make no mistake. ss ( fc(..islijpoulddo the wink ali:e I nif ivpresmtatives shall he- electeif*

TJie boi for coi'irre.ssiiiar v. ill be at or call: up.ni tlji' county fora lipnt '.. I c-scajied.: The. iron ct-11 is no tci ption I 11 i it* I ;' ; : 5. s,. i i in'.iv; led Ihev oc tiifjr i 5 ,n.'r.. r ot (-I.yigrt.s- Inspectors: .T M there was not :a single death). The ate-hsll terms! of .I'evnel txv-i .x c.ir .and f T rii'sof the nimihers four of the Sea-(acej -

another) jilaet-, And u.i (r.nst put a ;answer I that most positively i 1 wih. Jf I a prisoner; Wi ik jd his way e-nt by I tl.e aid I Iof 1 K stoi .I'M'-! .-. lie-i'lh: o I Ihc I Us- of !"" 1 I Ji.lu.a.' V. ith.tiu 121 i ard. Sr. U 1' )l liar. Ctt-rk, citizens of StaiKe aie moral nnd law: -t as Ivri-inaftcrproxidedi. the election years fIt S

liil; ltk was not wi'lin-r' to do the work for what i I .icat A'-.ei.e-iv I r> ;. |II i i Tonic. it I \ou JIH-I I'l i: .1'-.raI.: ; : nieinht-rs.f I the-Sniale anrt Utilise of Keprwe*.
< vote 1:1 it before) are a mil which taken fioiii I'.rn.UciHi'l.n'v! : insictors,: X ItVam. j ahidinir i a rlimvh-goiii": ; people? having
wa | j
you the office p:iys I ceilainly would icp n .-!ennd t : the wood tioitb'id wi'i i ;: .try dis(> is| rJ' Kid. atives to flu! ILL the haine tune and places. TStteiinsof
;hr nigh: vol lug. : woikMound the, water closet) I ii i.i'tcr risrl.f. T V/ Sv .O. .1 31 i Aharcz. CKik, KCL conijre'inatio of vaiioiis eknoininations Sen.itors elet-tfl i. Isooshail ** '
let some I ia tlse h-ive toy clruic": :' I .s.iiil ( el Ii.tttI 1. or S'om.ich, .i l'1-in.; or; ,!ir! :,tn"-! 1 i ti..r'j.r) :! I- exrlf

-- I the'ricc.: I feel tint our t M analk we I .. after i tluiittigli examination; and! I i iI iii.r. '-0,1 v.Hi -: | <.i\ !Iti.I 1 i elief by n-<> 0-i| 1)i'-tkt 2:0.7.: vvith neai e-hurch) hniidings.w her tiiitir.t Ifm.nnl Tui.-dtiy the after ternn the(.f first those Monday elected in in Oct 1

tarcity council are a tating t the can I bear, and i if 1 >'in elected I plrdee PI\. I I consult: ip do iceommend I tin* building.! : K t' Inli'.tluis.I ;-,. ;. | at ." 'd t&I I >'!t.et> : 'i or TIII-II. > r ft"c..i'ir.-ss-Ittspc-ctors: J S'ocietv' is goodouIsi.ting Of jieople shall exr'ne'.n the sinniIis in is'.Ki, and thetf.

artesian: well subject self to my Ieiliw-c5ti7ens; not to j incr ff-e j| as soon as praflicahlc.: nf a netv( jiil.j vvilh bottle s'tI .1 rtl4i-i' .. :a i *>;ittiin., A.c ii.- JI.iII 31 Ii H-nsIcy. Clerk. PH after all sc-n-etc-rj sh'tll ho el.-ted far four yeai .i,
? from of
Nothing the burden 1 by askinir for j a steC-I itai I cell!I. havith: i t lli-ei j rotect-t I J i e us ni every section the Union. AKTICI.i: III.
deputv.J. .
III piy
won. be of a greater I hcfclil to on Lr .1. HUYXNT. j| ed in I lie -iinc inanr.ei.. !i Though one may wiijh t two Iiuiu.-t! ..". i '..i-si.i: 011,1 j i-tic.iitv ii'-i ctor<: i: llaxiK-e, Although oHViinn the hiiihestediicatioiKil Section Oof Article xxi.i of tlie Constitution -

( .utth2fl a go-il s\sii-ii, to rer.d as follows:

vorks. And et'im.in I _le-i ii's ( Illee t the books and i molds v\el| j A b.iby tvii.lir. trail :and! :light. I Isci.l"eMtitv lliat tlie nltnreNatru. And i SttTioKeneraleIection! shall iwbi41a< '
v> otnanand 1 c utict lis- it Insictfi economicalschool, in the
( ) >r- UnIt e'lnrks of Kltctit: >n : stateof Caeh co nty in this State em the first TueS'W -
} 5K1 will i j I found ki pt in an intelli; t-ni a'id legible Can lilt t him : w nil, il tI 11 : > Hiintc l I lix itt* lii.u\iif
< | sing praises to the town There are no Flies on f ip 11:1 I'ise 1 Ll| | > t I'-iiintv Ci'iiinnssinncrs the jr.iile.Tiie after the tirst Monday! in I ictt.ln-r. A. I>. KC. I D
coiuir.il that bold The handsomest fall tn'tnttcr.e would r< .spec-i fully callu,- |' \\ he.i l1 :givers a scllntlI! -it: night.I i ii t. IK.T o It Iii. W T. VV'F.nKS, Cluk. .same i-very tn-u years thereattt for all elective Stand

.s enougu! IOMCUIVvuh garden tint Ins tent ii'n to t the fact th-it I thcic is in-iiJlie-i --- :__ faculty will lIe entuitleti-, County tittle t'i-4 vvho- e ter.n of offleeU* '
u for come nnd-T our notice l'e1ons to .Mr*. I K. Not ici- about t) or fir office that shall W*
necessity tte t left Fufe tXII1IC auv
'wn. ;iu-ecimmoiihlioii f.uthe I
I I .
I Paddy, of K.nn.-ley. I K is Incated I OPCtlUtLj II- Lupcpsv- giv mi; not oniy ;< e-omjueheiisixe Ii.-. .iii VIt.1l.tNow.
talk will not do the wojik and on IheiKirth ati'P.Z public re-conU Zisti hooks( v\ hid! it i' '1 his: U \vli i* v oi otiL'til tr ( .FFIrE OFl'UCDXTr ('orirr. > hut I
we side of KitiprsU'y: lake on high : ; l-.i'-c.:; iii trtY' collegiate course, special alien-1 therefore notice i is hereingiven tbit
hope this i9 i not going to I sand but dryLt i is; necessary should 'be kept in a Jirc-pioof j ItI-'. hn-f> it to I'lilv' enjoy lif r.i.uiti'i'i c'omitv. I'Iiii'jul iTo i the said g-.:lHTi'l c-U-ction the saul Artiailoptedby
# : hill lion will
j stop takes I the cake fiom ;anv j safe Thmis-Hids llu* heirs ail.i i !i'triIitttcc* of the estateof lie gixen lo .uch julfst'l
and "knnt'd
recommend? I thn j :sue so.iu-'iin: tor Hilail'v iheLeC'slatiueor will be 5
talk. other -ii l I ami"" VVn..l )I. Onii-r. latw of Pull'ck
| paidon
1 1I that hasyet leen exl2ibi It'd i iI OflC.e clene to call: esiccial| : tiltcntion I' j 1 IliiIilrlItli! -.* *> 'lev iin 1 it" not. (itiirjtri, el-'ec.isfil. aiul alt ntlu-rs interestedW County- studies as typo writing, teie rapiiy, to the elect r of tie State of florida'

L I to inr and admiiinsr ffizp: :Mrs.i T'nd.K lvi ts ,' to the now 1 I.tu.iks. the ruling mul i>nnliii'
The j pens beans turnips and radishes, on ] an* sjieni; antiu el'v"' liv limit iin orilc.ol; sujiul| |1u1 l.;itf conlt. of sail
county ( LflVa. i-f going on which was dcsijri.ed!: )by our) cfl'eientcounty ""I l I' t.Iilt* in the stniinental dravviiitr compliance: With saki amtootii ent ;: -
this ions find potntoes. parsley and Mtnoe. in I Iiopi* Ib U ttt' Ci.untvt't I I'.ia.lfi'ni.I State"f Ft. rita. the lol!<>vv- j j painliiiir, etc. I Ii eleCts
Mi-ek ; at'ani this st At sill
and! the clerk. Thexbo.. 1 l\s iiiy ; boots, an.li -- general .let-tion. each
"two Johns" tile ilumoidof t nsilfscrilic.l I I Iiit I tht-
are i l-iii-luiitfiiv o> state c-f
Iact the The will
fail sc-.stiyii
whole c-ite oiy cm be fmindjTrowins I i vet it in.iv In, bad l ail.Ve t ; : emlnacv: Oc- i shall e\prc-s.shsa-isentoreli-hent: to the r at'
y .
lt.s. ti:iroili: WinI M 'iiin.-r.
I Ilir.Kif'inl.
telling the ( I tsX silo: and changeabie; j ethit stuHfl; in Sli'l Countv of '
pcopK* Low to\olc., Agreit profusely in her pinleii ; :and t'.ienoxt : aided indexwhich [ l KJet-tue:! IJitten, il ,u-od -cording I t.tttif I-Ion In. to-x.it: Thf so'uth- lolier Xoveml-e-r and eex-irihe-r, the hull of saul Articlel, i byl-axn-fT vxntttiior PfI1! -
cause fi r rejoicin time a man tells greally u< in oiji i xnnnition. ; : to direction and th'' v. c-st fjuaitfrof 'i-c-tion four, eclon the ticket which he shall toLe.theW1T1
among, the you that sand: hill I! MSI persisted in, twenty- township session
( We would ami io rt ( sfuIIitIttl 1 ewht silt Ii. of .spnno} ; Janua'ry: February, For Article I, or Against Article I.
the -
democrats is lie iact lhlt I land w-on't make vegetable*, kr.c.-k. will liMiiir \ ou go-id iiri-sti.in .Pid oust I ran e t fli'v"- ISi) east ( SWlj S
% the independent just) .
; h him down and charge 't to and building of a coutt hoii-e, with Milh'ciciU 1 tjc! tlf-iooii I >\ stw-psi; e ai.l it. ) man ws: so sofn disfour. profit loss.; room t to accommodate; the seve-ial !! ] V.'n to Mrs..Sni.ili lirmi-r. administratrix of said estutc. l election the j.iid Article! II shall he sub1Dhtt ,
oflici-ils county 1 lup pv. rt'.it'tu.-ii'l: 1 K'rctrie: : Hit- 't-r the sum or three hundml dollars (* .( IIitt> Primary das-, up to Ith Reader ps j mo $1.Oil the electors and the ballots cf those TOtinjr0l
aged- or rather the piyties who : II rs for I'y sju-psi i :Mint: ( :: !It! di-i asfof the an xxhf.ris. l ilnliei Ft. Kfilli.i t the eonitiiU'Jiontraiipointwll" I 11trrtj. Anthi.i Gram. Oeojr.. etc., a.0 iC'ommofi l Article II sh'ill have written or printed 00 && --,

weitj urging him to u un. .Mr. Literary Notice. I The countjudge's' books wen* inyps.tigatod I' livi r. stoni leb :oid 1i: i Inev: :Sold at fiOi* and under iinlercnilcrofhaitle'iiirttostl School fours'- JJKJ 1 the\vord .
Douglass :Mi's Julia Jlagrmler n (1a11'hucr I and tound! 1 ami; it 1 li nai I lainis t has fiK-d midfr o.ithiu s.-id I prci.ut. Collegiate.l -iir.i. h'-u-nce, l.artetro.
himself is o kei>: j in a neat and [tb.2 lioiibby nutiist-. -1 1 | For Article JI.or.A-jaiiise Articfall.j .
Ii cornet
; too good (ten) OCR at late General John) M. Lourta ttptiit of soil o.ilf iudi-.e tfrns"f lijher! Iila t hematics, c-tc? 4 cflJioartl -
Ma-riuder i
of t the 111:1: 0 I I C'F. -afeisa'so I : n t-ommi-ndt I d -< Anil j *>?* *-
:lux tl.atat.sailKen
to consiJer ; ; Thf'o nrt-thfrffor notify am! aunt.iizh j notic'-isfiirthergivcn
ever the idea of becom Confederate arm-, who held the; "Fen- tor the valuable' ; pipe) is ami irconls tint t .i AS tin- .ti'iy is goiii'r th* i'>iin K that a I ill pi-rsor.s intorrestod to a|>tjear l.fforf me in in exc *llent. families- at $10 I election said Art:cl>- III bimll; '-.ubmitteJ tot*

ing .ui iidep''ide''t: ) tnndiriate.: iniItt": against; McClelbn! in the spring ot belong in this otliceand now have: no man once -ictjuire'd ti ng': ioitnne t without -.eidpioliati'i-oiirt I in the Town of St a rkt. tiuz tl'e17THHAYOKXOVE.MBiR 1 to ?3lper I mouth. j 1 e't-e-t! "r'i.jnd) the ballots ot those votinff 03 M' "
Ib62: begins in the new York piotection I : A. D 1M>. tide J II, shall h.-vxe wrtt; ii or printed onto* -
The Oct. 18 l.-d.-u- I Iroin fire, and cj-pciially I ncomii'icnd :advertising. |the| SavHiinah:i : Xc'vs usje.i aiiI 1 show ciiuse it any you have vhy said bale The extra ilepaitmeiit I r:,tcsas j ttc-: won K:

grand jury wa* A decitJedlyv'.r Daughter a" serial entitled "Jeohthaifs (t'io p'IFClIt'e: of one tor this I t>uiposc | sjs I that he '\ pifi'iably' a biirgiar; : whfii shoi'ld not I cui.firmed! otherwise said sal" will follows : .I, For Article III. or. Aain't Article IIIri'e --

) Thf story is The books of itie I i felt lh ,it too much ci.ntirriifil ar.la unfit of madpiu
svc m.:! They recommend nn exquisite ( PUll V tu-i-nii u i r weiecxamineil publifity might injure c-onxejance -
\ : votes cast in crmii.l'.i.iice' ii! aid pflt
and artistic adaptation t '''eronlt-ri i.f sa:'I I court (iixen under hand Instrumental Insic i s ;i'-ssons month $4.V I vt .
the Iij. IItj'-tflPSs. lily pr-r > "
u safe: for the county juthge'ree. biblical ta!'%. and found clean .unl I eiii in ttl\ .lint sc.il (,f e-oint this 13th: day ol OccIIAI.i Voice Cuitnre "jH) I led arni rit'iti-iit. aud titi.iittt.. dilcIara1. -
ords, a most decided kept. IVc -> ( tobfiA Ii.I ISM. Class Sniping l.W> i! ai.d retuins there-.t, iIIttI I .i1tij.-Cttd .

necessity. The Spartansburg to Baltimore. \ lopoit the public! ro'sdin i f.iii. ci>n- How: I was Cured pfGo-csllea WM. F. .MALPHUR*, Modern I.)jtujrunfrt. e--i :j ir> i i'.erejfnl.itii-nsai.f! restrictions -arepro'11 Vt 1
Idea Cancsr. Uxv br
that the records uf < !Ic proh.it eViiiin Whit: a Si'ariaiisi.Hrtr jthyMcian Ins dition ;and rocommonel tint the re-ad s jpcrvisrfU's !i LuLiton. eia.; t'fjii s.j I .iilntj .Jnilge and ex ofJlcio Art, IViiitinni.il) LlatiIIz, ta--I: 3.1 (ITeltgrajihy. '; ;:, glnrrntItrtj'pi- 1-1 lilt St it :
to TbN
] to .
h.. *; i.i j>' election from lire I is .'ay in pr. i-oof Ir. W tiiiiiielaiids < 'ijl- give StIII t :tilcui:, n I" "je! public-! : I ; that 1 vvjisa: s'ilf t! :-i r >v j lib 1* a rd n-e ctrifv oni ,-j 'udgeof irob.ite. every el.iy 5JJ9( :Theatt i.*;.>n <>f ii<- siriff) isc-!!<-/l lo theI':

too rldiftilo'i: to be believed of so iivaToin: : "! MIII cais<- .1 ii..tice..f '.aidtt cicc .

1 bcnolit I Invode: : veil tfuiiy call tl.f attonti' (undir t [ address the i ii II iMput>'i he'd in .1 i.t vv< >.i.er printed'"I ,. -
prosperous a as this. rn t iHi.ic: ; I I'r.' ) < f the counly ( l iIi.fli! ) of diU'erf-nl plivsji-i u1-., 2I I %.i Piaiiicip.iI.I'inf.: ( ; lo.: ( I | '
county And v\"estuorelind's e.ilnl'iv. it tru- l.u M *
> -r t/.iitv.
Cali, I i i .11 c t ullIIsthe.c
but -
aya Tome. J <-"iisider tt.nirissiintis; to the iitililu-! budges ofilie tlirdono iin- noood.. 1 hid Looxr.Y J. C'IIAS. '
ihe county jail) isvor.e i th.m it an excellent : lost i ( or FICII.% Oil, cc- Le IK-j-i,t r rtt-lilt-il 0! ; e i-ountj* __ _
): no jail luejuratioji.; Mhe.ililj \ (county ami the hot; ot beiiitr <-iied! by tiicdi'Ml 5'
ecpe.i:illy to t liiitton; : treatI Mull cany" it !t.-a..t the '-i,iiIt! ': i-I tin'- n"--1 .
at all. Far better would! it be if is now )better th.m i: Ins bcn for Gooige bridge and Scout J hte budge I nieiit. I then Wi-nt to a do.-ior liVing in 8800 In Presents'To retary.II : pr.Si l in ti!-entst pliltliplaces Hi tle coa&Y..- -

the count) now, had the jiionoy that y gi ivcti ars.life It 4n.l''OTIOH up I the s-tou.arh, an.l it both of which aio in b-id condition.We F.orida. vlio ttc-t ed ilu-in hy art. Alter o;>. J. L. GASKIX.SJ Pix-ident, : t.s rTUtty V\i-r>K-Inn .. I l.av-elierfUiiWjf -

wap. expended *' vijjor Ji> I tlie wl .>hv.s- as! :> desire to tcndt a vote ot thanks Citing to him it got: well, app-ncntly lor! IJP Gix-.n to the Subs-ci-ihers of Starke Fin: !! handr.n.lI. :ttui.-t-I: the ? i.
in the p recent I buiMing i tfai. And from 1 H liimoro i : (!'.i nileineii u t to i His I Honor .Judge* j a w-hil'1, but retuuifii I n.< 1ml as over. I : : [ .. SI] uL the state I-f> I. ti iii'1.i.! at Ta'U' ,
I to liuihl Havn,ir l.oeu a <.o'i r'.niI d\ YOUII.Juid Col. .Mc- I i.the a Muttoie tli-'ii The
: "jail. Our -tu ptic Ho'.iId fir their I eonehi'ied to : rv r'. I*. P ( priokly Weekly (lows Savannah Ga i _
iior.orable board for y Mrie&.i\ii i .: Iii> ieef! irom' tl o istr.iiK'cindiiess: oul! aslj. .ok. roi-t nntt Arnica SaUc.I .\U-CUsl, A If l ..nJOHN' ';
<-f t | j iitt-j: Utu I, :and aft :2
] <. jj.iii'-nco tovv-irds: anti r .
l't-s ine-lii'tl Us, !
tounty commisMoier ,2. as :tit >r the! our l )ieni.in. I (
: takiir '
itlTiilciiis.i ii\f
: > ha\e S'o-.v a pi nter to work tisIv <, \\fs cm-e-l. Sen i f.'t" I'. I :" list s.ilve; in !IH vx-/rM. tor Cunt, of P* I -
rroiii. tflP.I 1 aist.iue ?- 1 :al-o iini it to 1 Ii,< :a you i in "I-:" inlo .: : ii.i-J! iiiu! Samp) t e Copj" liiuiso-. Sorts:. I icers-. '>-j\\i Itlienin, .
\V.tiuoi't.Ia'ii > : red
They iU s ? that''the people 1 s iva 'i i emu tlii.gr.iiid juiy, and i'lVf! ;. iroud ajijiptiti'! :i'id! f* uiv e *..iroi>, r il'\r Sore-. 'iVr.fi-, ( 'h.spt.iul: iFatids. f) .\IV\RFA Slit-nIt tt.i: In.rlCountr-

me waking 14l p to the jiecein of t'e1re! tl bo eon..itvr miblie*. I h-nin:the t't -t II in-
> relief e P.IPCE. I H _vv ,: YOCoux I i< i.s. :u d p --uv-fv < tiri .'4 Pilo-.or lie.i.i -- -
omothiug bting *lonu and they dare Lan: aft.r y.wirs eii snuVritTra; < ON Vouu Fiii ?

t IIt 4b.VLgas' lit. rc0r' S2l1Cs. Iv voursi. Oii\er Merriinau.-J'oiuc bv H. 0. Hiriui.r.ni.K.: .LFJtk ) .T. I II Ti:, n bo h.ij'i-y, j'ir s ic-lief fro nHIM- Fal t.i: ? ;!: -' -,-' rui'srei.: It is :tri; *riitf-eil to tivojci :
; \v. l-'orcmau I s.i iSt1t1'ii, or niori > ic-i'imdecl
11 : Rivers. 'I : I| misery- at li.u.'d. ,\u'ii'! >< FH : Ind'.Ki I 'rii e2"nr. liov. \ L IlL TKLENRAPH p.
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IIjETABjiED .. : :1 i BR.AE1FORII- ,\- CODHTY TELEGRAPH I Now.- doth.: the. hopeful can idllh .1.1I I[r 'The- Farmers'Alliance ,Exposition .4NNccExt. ; -fe:k' :-.

J liAfl, : wa! I ": Improve"cur-h! shimn? hour; : opens at the Semi-TropicalExposi.. ''Ii

I \ I I J I -'- I JIe argiiw And nfiJes cam|y.in flutters slune or Jain.! shower. .I tion bui.dmg in.Qcal ,oD" .December! FOR. SHERIFF.

r ; J. 6. ALVAREZ .\ ta..ke-Fla.. Oct. )1'7, .1890. .r Thoueb sure winuing in the race I:.jst, 1890. Every "farm-er.1I1 the him The ns friend a suitable of Piinr vaiidid.-itc. Crews for announce ,
the riffle ..
..((1'\or "friends" vsitli lies Jim (:rUJ1)). county should attend this.exposition i of Sheriff in and for the County fit BrmU?
Yy after his dcfu.-it lie Fays \\ hether he be alliance lord. >
Local an man or State affairs. lie loe.n'l d I .1
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cure n in
I| not. Bradford county will )hnve solicit for him Ihe suffrages of his fellow, I
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iIr i ,. ;;: .: /, TO DRESS WELL Knight $; Alvarez are now putting fine exhibit there, thanks to the ,del- citizens in the comlusjtltctfonr '

: Is more the result of good judgment up their machinery. I' igence of Senator Crosby.: This; exposition :- -. .,.",., ,. I''.ftIENbs...'

rVrvf DL&E1ia: :; I3STIS an.d taste, than! the mere lavish: use Mr, F. Edwards, Jr., has movedto ,I : must be" made success' i in FOR TAX'COJ EeTO t:

-- ;& T of money. Our new stock of I his place in the edgf of town. every respect.' It will shoy to the ,The friends '-'Emery; : .,p: Wan! tike-" .
FALL DRESS GOODS world thatthe farmers can organize this method of announcing him an a can.'
.", Is adapted to fill the wants of those Messrs. James and; Arthur Dirby} and can accomplish great results. ilidate for' the office,of T x Collector 6t;

who slender of Tallahassee were in. the city last Uradfurd COunty the'cnSuing term and Z,
having means, still de- week I A Card, respectfully -colic iC the support'of the
TALK sire to make their appearance creditable It having been run.ored thro igh the voters at.-the cubing election.

t MILLINERY Mr. '\ m. Ti"on is beautifying his county that I had certain men chosen for His FRIESDS.

Our experience and close relations handsome residence with a coat of deputies. I only wish to say that there Is FOR TAX COLLECTOR.- -- -
with the manufacturer :
enable us to paint. no foundation\ fpr such reports. II elected I hereby announce myself a candidate

present: this season a line of DRESS Only two weeks until election; this will assess the taxes for the compensation : for re election! to the office of 'ounty Tax

GOODS UNAPPROACHABLE IX has been a pleasant season in : allowed by law and ask for no specialallowance l Collector and elected I will endeavor ta
very _
Style, serve Deuplc in tba future us well ai: _
.' politics in this COllt!! ). for deputies for nakh'g my in the past. I solicit your suffrage at She
: Quality, books, etc. JSHAJI I3itowN.Worthington election.
Col. C. J... Peek i is the father coming Rcspecifuilv.M.'M..
.: fjT THE; LATEST_ NEW YORK AND I It Price. happy lUK.
of a tine girl baby. It is Dot. _
:" Trilby, Sternlmrg & Co. thoughtthat
t ; ; We have fiue school. Prof. Cone j is FOR TREASURER.The I
: : PARISIAN STYLES. the father will survive. a .
:. shakes at l(>acnam' .
I I :: our teacher and giving general satisfac friends IIf l\h..J R. Cason announce .
Lenwnade and soda water at Attendance at the High School is : tion. him a candidate for County Treasurer

Npatham's.. increasing nearly every day, numbering Mr- and Mrs. John Rimes of Georgia! and rnestly solicit the suffrage of the
I N J JONESTalks Partidos" cigars atIlciberger about 130 pupils at this time. yi sited the springs this wee*. voters at the! coming election.

Great of i & Richard Miss Orlima Mctt. of Alachua county FRIENDS.!
A Display SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, ana ORNA- Our merchants are buying cotton visiting here. _

JJENTS, Bangle Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair Ornaments Take your girl! Aleacham's for a by the car load. Sevsral car loads Miss Hittie Reeves has been quite ill, FOR COUNTY TREASURER.We .
cool arrived this week from Gaines the friends of John Krllurn take
to numerous to mention. temperancelriflk._ but H improving.
ij ptyles
J:1e:1L ple: illre his
loxononncing fur'
I name
All kinds of temperance drinks at ville. : The Baptist association at Bethany re-eleclion for County Treasurer (If BraiT-

jt to bis Cus- Meachaui's, opposite post office. Our merchants are taking great 'church last week was an enjoyable affair. ford County. We know him. and we
Swiss Embroideries Plain These reunions of our. Primitive Baptist: know that he will
naulbnrgs., : and Embroidered Hem-stitch- Buy the celebrated Gold and Silver pains in fixing up their show win- friends are always so. serve the people satis

D : cd Suits Leno Skirtings and Van Dyke Laces, Queen's Lawn, tomers about shirts for sale only by I I dows. A good sign of enterprise is Our merchants seem to be doing a good factorily. _MAST FnIE DS..

,! India-Linen, Checked) and Lace-Striped Lawn and. Truby, Sternburg & Co. business. The fleecy.staple is comingJn FOR; TAX ASSESSOR.:

J:4: .j I Nainsooks, Solid and FancyStripedf his Ham, shoulders, sausage, butter, I this.Mr.. On in Strong arrived in the '.and for all 4he parties.goods going out makes It pheasant N.Knowing C. Wainrighl the high is!; heM estimation by fie in pwTple which l of

.: 4f_ Satteens. cheese, etc., just received by city last Sunday.. lie has just come : Our mail schedule has been changed Bradford county. and his record as au efficIent -
Wills! &; Owens. from the where be in : and faithful servant of the !
west went viz, 8 p.ipe
going west o'clock a. m.;: goit-g
; Drench Suitings, Heal and Linen Chambrays, Nun's-Veiling, Have you triecl Siveet Home flour? search of health. east. 4 o'clock, p. m., Mojiday and Fri- we. his friends, do not hesitate to agaiu
4 Henriettas, Slde- nd-Suitings etc. CHEAPCASH The sales day. C. F. S. present him as A candidate for (be IfiifIf
-C etc. are increasing I
: every day. Tax Assessor
About $800 in hard cash was put for Bradford county awlSolicit
_ ThE IEjQiiige The best trade lit(.* it. For" sale: by into circulation in this on Dr!!. F. B. Jo lies.Mrs. for him votes at the coming elec
) Xjine county
of Heibi-rjier & Richard. F. B. Jones and daughter. Miss tion. MANY FKU.SP
account of the circuit court last
.;.( Lancaster, Saccarappa and Amepskag Ginghams ever brought South. AI TQ I5p (I\nN AAVAY, a nice week, Jessie Augustine; left early where Tuesday Mrs. Jones morning takes chargeof for St. FOR TAX ASSE3SOR.\

:':/ beautiful Vim of CHALLIES at 8 cents a )yard; FIGURED LAWNS and present with every pound of coife-: 1Ir.V.. N. :Meachara and daughters the Monson House of that city. Our 1 hereby announce: myself a candidate
11 t* ORGANDIES you buy of Wills &; Owens. citizens much regret to lose Mrs. Jones for the office of Tax Assessor: of Bradford
STORE.TIME have arrived here from their I I and to content themselves that at the ensuing election, and
try County
... Ilonu1 made bread, fresh: cvny perhaps respectfully -
F#f THE COMPLETES1 LINE OF! day made :)rIpVatsen.. i is on .Bummer's trip to Pennsylvania and it may he but a temporary absence solicit the suffrages of my fl:'-
by I New what Starke loses will be St. Augustine's w-citizens. I hope that record in
Children's Misses' and Ladles' Hose offered t Jersey. my
ever to the trade sai'e
a I at Wills & Owens. Try it. gain: They will have in the Monsnn the past will be sufficient guarantee forth '

L.L; -' T in Starke.. Ladies' Ribbed Undervests in every style.) Parasols, I \Y care determined to gain your The Wednesday night prayer house under Mrs. Jones' supervision a e future. A. J. McKlNNET.

: i Fans, Gloves, etc. Brown and Bleached Cottons, Table Linens! cOllt ll' I1'c. Once gained, we intend meetings at the Ifaptist: chnreh are with lintel Ponce that will De be Leon.a pride Mrs.tc even Jones a Clt has:; FOR T.\..F ASSESSOR. .

it :. Napkins, Doylies. Towels and Towel 1 Crash, Summer Jeans and wil.1 not 1)clnItenuineraling of my to retain it. becoming more and more interestingat I had long experience in the hotel business I )hereby announce myself a candidate:

T Cottonades. the stock I have in. 'frll")", Sternburg &: Co. each: meeting. ;I1JII l we arc sure she will make success for the office of Tax Assessor, and respectfully -
of this venture. Miss Jessie, we learn solicit the suffrage pt the citizens .-
SAVE::: 5TONEV 20 '. Our farmers has worked hard this
save e
store so I must simply Come per .will position in store artistic of Bradford County at Ihj,
LARGEST AND BEST say, accept as coming
L&1 STOCK: OF SHOES and 50() in and) the result begins to
per went, by having year appearin milliner. : elucl ou. and pri mi : IN TITO CITY. I and sec me! My house is full of your clothing made by Watpunaker evei lengthening rows of cotton :, duties' ; of the <>%cu.

everything need and at"prices & Urown. All fits and goods guar bales alpng! our streets.Great : Sampson City's New Firm. C. J. BRTAST.ToTt .
Every one pleased and fitted. We arc sole agents for the world-renowned you anteed. II. S. Walker, sales agent. Mr. 8. J. Prescott nnd Mr Heemtn Wynnof
that cannot be competedvith.. I quantities of cotton are Sttmpson City. have formed a copart SHERIFF.
; : JAMES MEANS $2, $3 $4 Shoe. I The only $2 :day hotel in Jacksonville coming into town every: day and the nership under the firm namu of PrcscottVynn. & 11 Wyeby announce rnv*:lf ns a candidate
l'lectN1I1lY stock with great care is The Travelers.Glass farmers=* are returning home with \ These gentlemen have erected a for the lfticLof Sheriff of Bradford coun

,t", A FINE LINE CLOTHING, GENTS' and bought everything for SPOT china and wooden ware their pockets full of cash. cotton They have gin three nl the new' above-named English gin place.and anew ty.my and fellow-citi/.ens respectfully at solicit the corhimr the support election.of

:t.: cheap at Wills & Owens.An Starke shows life and bustle Ptej.ni engine all in perfect condition I W. J. tstPEl.N.:
: fTRNISHING GOODS, Trunks and Valises. Saddles Bridles CASH direct from the importers : more :
mirk iI.eathl'r anti are ready to do ginning for all whowish. ;
r:.;1.- ,' -the best Wool Collars ndvar.cing: than any town, PP.the F. O. &; P. These will FOR SHERIFF.
hand. gentlemen erect storehouse
arness always on and manufacturers thus I became a
: has In the leather
$:t irone away up. wal1.Y e know this to be SQ be- : near their gins just as soon us they I The friends of S. S. Sessions announce
FANCY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of all kinds, HARDWARE the only middleman between the market prices are 40 and 50 per ct. I cause they say it is so. can get the Jum l'r..21tHl will put In ;a complete I him as a candidate for |the ofilce of SberllJof
and higher to-day than I they were last *tock of general merchandise. Both Dradforil, county and respectfully as!
Farming Implements, Crcckery Tilt and Glass \Vare Furniture {
loom ;and tJlP$ cc1lsi4tpe1tSalt 'ing. This[ : will have the necessary; Miss Ellen Davis is teaching the of these men are well known and there! is for him, the support of his fellow-citizens.
-11.. and Stoves, also solo agents for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING sp effecfof making foot-wear higher.An Rising :school.; The patrons of that no rioubt but what they will do! a thriving MAST FKrE DS.

#1r.l ACIlNE-\Iorks button holes! sews on buttons and does every kind interview with Truby, Stern school have reason to congratulate busi ncss.- FOR TAX A SESSOn.I .

''p. ..: of ancy work, all for the same price as other machines. burg & Co. shows that our people thi'Hiselyes! 1 Some IMamniotb Pears. I I hereby announce myself candidatefor

( I need not pay: this advanced, price Starke will soon have two more Mr. Joseph T. ,Fewkvs. of Lakeside, the office of T.x Assessor ot Bradford

i; t f C r ICE COLD BUTTER AND CIIE'E for some time as they were caretul! itll Lumber is brought Into town on last Saturday a County and solicit the suffrage of my
new re n'ts. being
basket lull of the l largest pears ever exhibited fellow-cit izens:; at the ensuing election. .
to place large advance orders for I haiiU-d for :Mr. S. J. Sternburg's and in this city. They were of the Kelt, lit pt'Cfully.

Always the BEST GOODS for the least MONEYIMallory's their benefit.FlfETDfifViUK. I )ir. (.'. F. Ensey's residences. fer variety. Three of them left at the If HAM BjU)>VX.
TELEGRAPH office will weich five
neaily --- --
\ 3 _i --.- ,--.-. ---....---...- _.- -_ _ l Tmby, Sternum** & Co.'s new Ibs; one of them weighed 29 ounces and FOR SHERIFF.I .
_ Don't put your hands: in your I ware house is nearly completed. It measured :15 inches in circumference. Mr. hereby announce myself a gnpdidatc

New YorkFlorida Lines. trouser pocket"'hi tc! ".\nnw i is a fine looking building and an Ornament Fewkes has a number of trees of th. !same for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
I Laurie" and expect to be well dressed the variety. Qne small tree in its second sea- Hill(}forI! County ntUie ensuing election.
to city. son of fruiting contained two bushels! of and solicit the suffrage of fellow citizen
.. these fall days. Much more practical my
tt fiuit Some of the ''imbs were so henvily *. I hope that record in the
to comfortable !- Mrs. Witkovski will take chargeof I my past
purchase a .
''New York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and Ebt.! and nice fitting suit of clothes Mrs. F. B. Jones' house on the Fewkes leadedthat! is! a they practical were horticulturist bro um. Mr.n. will performuiice be a surricient of the gmm'rerur duties of the a fu'iirt luitl.ful

from our new stock, and be happy. 1st of November. She will run a well as nrachinibt ajid' inventor. as Ks: I). L. ALVAKKX.

4 77r/im I FERN \NDIN, FL..IVERvTIIunsDA*: Salt Nothing gives a gentleman: such' h'rstrclass boarding house. beautiful place on Sand Hill lake will) '. .... ,
,I. Bailing f NEW YORK, EVERY FRIDAY AT 3 show.
an air of comfortable respectability I!i Wliat are you doing for the Al- Lake Butler 1teni.

STEAMERS- as:; a close-fitting, stylish: suit. liance exposition at Ocala? Every Circuit Court. Hansom AiHlrtws.soM lib nuiil roiile.wlnle : th
'I. is small about Fall term of circuit court for this: county oiitrit. including C. Rtihe. till ine s;
ere nothing
RIO GRANDE Salt Trnbv, Sternburg &; Co.'s new stockof send farmer and fruit grower Bradford's ought to closed session on Saturday since having bets in !sc"irer. fI) Dr. Anderson,
something to continuous The
help Tuesday.
A. S. York "for :Mac
lull "n Tbnrol11.1YOrlast :
.. fall
Captain Connor. clothing, except the price- display. new judge dispatched! business very rapidly -
week where lie liiio into l usU
and that is exceedingly minute. By and soon had the court docket clear gone .
1 UCS$
111V m. Tison, our city marshal, of all cases except the case of Frank Foster

STATE f" TEXAS selecting now you secure the pick. I for the murder of hcriff \v(" 1m gIll It tn see Mrs.! Croft In anlatsui
performed ;: Epperson.who
_ of._ _ _ Captain: Williams. FOR_ All Men. Saturday euci-essfully: ordered back to Jacksonville and t agal n.
p the nice :&J1f difficult operation of
Farsighted people with 1 level} heads his case continued. The grahi'! jury did Tom Croft is through painting the new
_/ .t, City of San Antonio come to us for everything they need cutting "the hook from both eyes not complete their business until Saturday store of Trub Sltrnburg & Co.. and dhj
_ .,' W of a horse. afternoon. It is said that they did it emit very good'work, mi it. a
\i-I': ',_ Captain \Vileler. Truby, Sternburg & Co.
deal of work and number
"' placed u of II seems that the supervisor of the Irtku
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Mills
Steamers leave Fernandina on arrival of train leaving Jacksonville 4:15 p. m. -W-E QTJGSCTTo (nee cases: on the docket for next term of the Butler and Providence! public road dm-
Miss\ May Dawson), of St. Augustine !' COlli t. Judge Young i is much liked
_ pi .: \TnSKtthe: ; ; very not consider it his duty to keci. it In a
_ :1"; ; Florida' Central & Peninsula-Railroad closeconnections.from. all points south, arrive Come Together.You will arrive in Starke tomorrowon I hy those who had business with him. He passable rointitiou. as it.is in some idacvs
ta Fernandina 2:55 p.m. Thursday, 'making want want is cxurt and insists
i.. Steamers stop at Jrunswi*'k, Ga. only, and arrive in New ork: Mondays AVp their way to Kingsey! lake, from .'thers upon promptness not only Impasa'le( but even dangerous,
and he
t LEAVE FEIl ANDINA. COME AND SEE my Goois! It to save ourrnojipy where they will vi:; Mrs.:: Howe and yet is courteous andliieLl2ant. Wonder if our citizens arc pi\fmg'ruu'!
offr" NEW YOIlK trade 'taxes for the fun of running the risk t ... ....... ........... CITY OF SAN ANTONIOWednesday.; Oct. 8 family. -
Oct a costs to them andit Ird their necks. Some places Are so bailtlit
:.-1. ;.:...-......-..............CITY OK COLUMBIA...................... Saturday.Oct. 11 you nothing view and we want An Enterprising Finn. # .
ucwy.ococt. .. ....... STATE OF TEXAS..Wednesday' ,Oct. 15 .Mrs. Barre, of Greenville S. C. the very h" ... ........ ,
d} :J. Oct.1'.-.....- ......-........ 'CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,.............................Saturday. Oct 18 is a pleasure for us to show them.I wear yourgood and two have arrived in Tim new firm of Hodges & Alvarez arc and nre trying !.. repair them. Supervisor .
YJ. daughters
",I f'> uct. I..........................."CITY OF COLUUBIA.\Vednesl1ay.Oct. 22 custom, ns enterprising and ambitions as possible itl'i tinur |Jo wake up if you areusletp.
..... .......................
Oct. 25
:t.ijlll Oct 21 .. .............. .b" TEXAS. Saturday am agent for Thomson's Glove the city. They are going to take for young men to be. They not on. .
............. clothes. and to
-", I'ridaY i4 ..:................"CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.... Wednesday. Oct 29 have 0
ly received dollars
c. oj
.!f' ....................... the havIng
i "Tuel .. .. OF TOLUMBIA Saturday, Nov. 1 charge.of Kentucky: house, Dr. Valentine of
&' 28............. .. CITY Corsets. These needno It it Providence has an
;"j'Frida 4 "Y.J.Oct.a: .....................:...Lnd. :::Semi.weekly:.STTE OF sailings TEXAS thereQft.................................%Wednesday,Nov. 5 Fitting goods only can he get\vc leased it from Mr. Martin. but worth they of have new good.leased In 1new the ltst house few to days sell orange tree covered all but the top by a
.. commendation of mine, the ladies rcse hl1-11! in full '(bl.Mim. jiiTyritinga
t' For general information. : ) R, Agent 7iW'estBay street, Jacksonville Fa.|: done by must :Mrs. S. J. Sternburg and daughter Gaskins them at. They lire brick now fitting up the beautiful sight. very
corner where they will
all!! know
the in the
; &: K.: II Van V, Agent foot Ceut
.1 C. H. MALLORY & CO:, General Agents, Pier 20, E. B., N, Y. market. lug youat They have been absent since earlylast : IllS it is ready keeping the bui'ding they is altnic-ted by rails of langUter. I go to
: h __ spring/visiting iriends in<'l 1 relatives !- now occupy in whicb to display furniture !sec what it i is. unit Inl! J.vilUr.: Fisher.

-'I': : ,, JQITIblx LOW KICKS. in New York r nd Penua.Rev. hardware and harness. Wesley and Joe our artist att bUck as any negro; some
are a team and when they set out In do lady played Joke on him with fliinnej
: .*: HOME INVESTMENT. Here we come together. Mr. Fife i is assisting thep'astor business, they will do just te they intendto. cloth unit stove a Trnby, iSternburpj & Co., \': of Methodist: : church in a ia on the court house square: 1 his portrait
Good >ds : low prices. just now might have been taken for that
gOx ) series of services. Rev. J. C. They
;itBUlLDING AND lOAN ASSOCIATION :Sugar kettles atTruby I will hold the fourth quarterly con- Knowing Do not that Suffer a cough any can onger.checked SUJJSIOH IL-plt'ndid. specimen of the colored.per..

.4. ; AND Stern nrg & Co. ('rciK-e 91'f said church:! on Monday in a day l-roken and the in a first week stajros we of hereby consumption Mrs.o. E_ Townseud. Georgia. sU*

__ I ,- --- next. runraiitee I>r. A'-ker's English OoujsliTl ter of Mr. J. FL"f&ker| is visiting relatives

[fc;': OWN.A HOME Are you going to get married? Miss Lola Il.ickett: niece of :ATr. II If you are, and \vajit to get priceson :all who: bay ake it a." per direction, Our school is 1'"ilJg on well. Parents
furniture stoves and house N. \V. llackett, arrived in the city and iI,. not find our statement correct.I seem to realize the value of good education
|U; The terms of this Associotiomhavc never been equalled' in Florida.1tit Chew keep last Friday from Euieka, Kansas. W. H. RIVERS. H3 the bchool h'-ii...e u filled with
ing goods we arc to -
offers terms that should enable every man to instead! of paing rent to alUtadlord will say Miss Hackett will spend tho wintri Cloud Plants for Sale pupils.Messrs.: .
that & Co.
ffsv *. It 'iTown ii Truby, Sternburg :
have same sum pay for the same property in a year in Starke as the giu-st of Mr. and I have several thousand Cloud Straw- Dqncnn & Dek'e hhve! opened a
1bffers[. the Best terms to I a treat any information you may give Mrs. N. \\"'. Hackett. berry plants! for sale at the following livery stable u; this town, )Ir. Levy conducting -
them confidential) and in business for will
I II perfectly prices $3.00 single thousand Ibl'YTltey
: : per or
,_ STOP A 1'10 RTG,A G E. turn they will be able to give yon Miss Laura. Brecse, a charming $2.50 per thousand for orders. of four or convey people to camp meeting nl Foij ,

:Address the above named Association some information and prices which young lady of Jacksonville, made a more thousands. Cull to begin Friday the 24th JUKI., at

Ii tt.! 5 EVERETT BLOCK, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, I may permit you to have the wedding flying visit to her sister, Miss Eva, C. II. CHURCHILL.Lawte I that moderate time charges.Lave free They hack wilt at 25 also cents during fr'.mtIle
_ sooner than you thought l pos Saturday ni-ht.and!! Sunday forenoonShe I-'Ia'i depot lo all places iu town.

W H. RIVERS TalkTobacco _ was escorted by Messrs. Condryand That Terrible CoughIn Little Will Thomas is getting fresh fish
? sible.TELEGRAPHY.. Those who Holt, two young gentlemen cf the morning hurried or difficult every night and sells them 014 lively and
UUG .-DEAL1H1: IN;, .Jacksonville! which shows her extreme breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in fast every morning.;
fl contemplate taking a conr e in telegraphy
popularity there. the chest, quicKened pulse.chilliness" in Primitive Baptist sociatJp; me: in
DRUGS AND MEDICINES during the school term are the evening or sweats at night, all or our vicinity last Saturday 8I1n<'I'yand
of these things are the first Blazes of
earnestly requested to come and giveme Cattle are getting thin early this any consumption. Doctor Acker's English Monday, and the attendance WHS! very

: Sa.oes. :aats, their names at once, as I desireto .I fall. Last spring every square foot Conga; Remedy WILL cure these fearful good. .
know the number of instruments of range was burned off. so that the symptoms' and ia sold under a positive Lem Newsorji is not yet improving,nnd
C1otb-irig to be ordered. Will commence instructions I fall range is very poor and peopleare guarantee by VV. H. RIVERS. 5 is buffering much. Ie has my heartfelt, '

-and- at once on their arrival. bothered to death by starved City Council. sympathy. f

Gents' Furnishing Goods. Enpecial accommodations and attention cattle breaking into their fields. If Council met Oct. 7. at 7:30; p. in. All ate.Our Mr.much Bryant:respected has come friend back and from candid his

paid to ladies who wish to take the coming winter he severe, a gioat members present. Minutes of last meeting canvass and paid us a very pleasant visit.Uis .

DRY GOODS & NOTIONS. the course. Terms, *5 per month.Instruments percentage of cattle will perish. adopted.scrip to amount Treasurer of $185.93.turned in which redeemed 6inchlmil hf.3 grown lo one of 9fmagnitude.
furnished. Every voter of this
\ Rep., Mrs. Ann Hapgood, who lives by was destroyed by the council. Following ; county,
received a large stock of C. T. CHEVES. who cares for our welfare! should I* guru
J. L. GASKINS Having pbovc just 0f>ds. we arc prepared to supply I Mr. TrubyX earns a good living brher bills were paid: to vote for him as lie is a gentleman who .

:rjE : DEALER IN the w"nts- "Qive us a cult and inrspct Apples, cabbages, potatoes, onions egg farm. With native British I Marshal $44 6.5 will strictly perform his duty- and who
VOW our goods before buying clsewh rc. etc., at Wills & Owens. independence she, a lone widow, Clerk 14 64 : has the welfaie of his fellow-citizens at ..
tfl! iP'rus Medicines I : Mayor 3 50 I His ia
| & has chosen this of heart. motta ; "Equal rights to all. :;.
W. II. RIVERS, seed way making her Tax assessor 32 18' special favors to none." Farmers tub i '
500 at $1.00 at
Starke, Fla, FLA. !1 cane per own support, and, we are happy to J G Alvarez oil and rent .1119 for yoq. ;

4. ., Physicians'} Prescriptions aug23 STARKE Heiberger & Richard. say, succeeds: admirably. Honor to :Morgan Brothers book,. etc.. 4 55 The trains on the. G. S. & F. are now .

LZireffly da I thank friends for New currants raisins citron and' whom honor is due. H Richard, special police 2 00 running as follows: Going north, 8:49;
01 ?
;;: Compounded at all hour*- of Incorporation. my many past : Nathan Moore I. 2 00
fi4r Notice m. and 9 3 p m.; going souln. ?:7 A. n\.
; IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TJXDER patronage arjd solicit a continnance dried apples atTruby A young man in Starke is so often Witness fee. ? 2 25 andI2Op.m.
NOTICE .of the legislature of Florida entitled. Steniburg &. Cy: taken for the Texas man by WALTER WILLS,
pony There
frt lIene.a11aw for the inccr.f of Clerk. are eight or ten stump holes back
provide same.: I
: !: Notice. lJOration".kn ?) railroads ard caaals"and all acts11endatorY Lice leather, machine oil and gin : farmers who wish to buy horses, that of M. Edwards' that are dangerous am} .
A11 penou. ot'onway t reof. the undersipn have agso.1.ec1 he can't stand the word had better be filled before .
Indebted hearing
: to the estate the name of Very up nnyhody .
Uodt'r truly -
Uan roller f .
thtI1It't'ln's' togt'th""r covering 3tTruLy Dr. Acker's
are hereby notified to c)meforWarJandA 1 Englsh Pills. brenks bis limbs. '
:. Railroad Compan mentioned and when he
City takesa
1IOtUehe e ame, and all persons having claims I The t'tR.l'kE' cud SampsOn owning Sternburg & Co. pony Aro active,effs-nive and pure. For: sick
:: : the 8&i I dly authenricat wthla the lime rc- aUn'iid mamt&fning street attended to and a sic.e watk'ctimmenced.
of Suite and Sampson City Why inferior flour when to be .ichooner"-lJo appetite, bad complexion and bitliou -
: "\I "lyr. or fWs notice III be plead in tar said city buy you more "pony I .j
,>. "'.,<.uuus....... notice will bo plead in bar 1LLALVLr.Z of ttcir: ivcov-, In nradforlt L. VlEX.1'buty.JAIItitSBAILET.JOtI nOfl.laCOMER : L3Asns: N J JONES. can get wet Home at the same beers" for him. How he will l ypte *'neros.either in they America have or never abroad.been Sold"'quailed hy ,i', enough.to mil Will ke nobody a start t pluck up courage.. ,I

''t. G Sheriff midNO U\l'kt'. rIa. AugUSt4.; 1O.Aug43rn price. at Heiberger. &; Richard.: for sheriff we can't; say. 1 "2 W. II. RIVKRS. SI'OOENITKK 1I.
:!: "$ .,.1890.!. Ex officio Administrator. : .. .

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.: ELECTIONS Itf 1890. field and the guides pointed out the pcs TilE TI-TILLMENITES: A LIGHTHOUSE OFF HATTERAS.All --WANTS- OK :

: : I tions of the opposing armies just previous 1
Bradford CouliTe1eapb41i to the battle of.Kllieon's Mills. The who "go down to the tea in sp'wi

-_ _ _, _ _ _.. A. CAREFULLY, PREPARED UST OF count was provided with a large map THE RESULTS.. OF THE CONVENTION read with profound interest Stern
'L and powerful field.glasses and spent some attempt that -is to b made to build a Trilby burg j 1&; Co|
XTBUSHZD EVEnT ntnXftT. ELECTIONS PAST AND PRESRNT. time in familiarizing himself with the. OF STPAIGHTOUTS AT COLUMBIA.A Diamondshoal
the Outer
____ great lighthouse on
__ lay of the land, in which he was aided ,
: t the Richmond contingent of the off Hatter eight miles at sea.
>A. by .
Georgia Votes on Two Amendments to the Foil Ticket, Headed by Judge HasteII, .
: ty, all of whom fought on the Confederate -. Nothing desperate ever been attempted -
State ConstltUIon-Kansas Wants four side during the battles in which the Dominated and an Address to the reo- 8 h Of this (

-,-. KEMBER 01z. Supreme Judges-Nebraska Decides for count served as a staff officer in the Union .pie.Issued. Campaign Committee ; by any government.North Carolina ThEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOU FnOYISIN?,iFOu CORN, (
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION The then dangerous part of the .
: or Against Prohibition. army. party proceeded to Appointed. HAY AND BRAN.
.AFFILIATED WITH Ellison's Mills; passtas Walnut Grove: the Boston Journal says: ;

.' 'rBK NATIONAL PBESS ASSOCUTION.J' Alabama elected State officers and church, which was formerly used as a COLUMBIA, S. C., Oct. 9.-The convention coa"Hatteras isa name of-spister import THEY WANT TO SELL YOU TOUR DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.

ro SUBSCRIPTION.One Legislature August 4; will elect eight Confederate hospital, and thence to of democrats opposed to the to mariners.. Within the last century its TO SELL YOU TOUR CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
OF 4.
TERMS Congressmen November Gaines' Mills, with which so incidents that there have been more THEY
i .._....._ 00 and many election of B. 11. Tillman supposed
year.--- ; )1 Arkansas elected State officers Of McClellan's as governorof THEY TO SELL YOU TOUR HATS AND
locality WANT
_.. 60 campaign are asso wrecks in this bleak and treacherous CP.
,.. til months.-- Legislature September 1 will elect five South Carolina met in the state
All u1Jsct1ptlons plust tie )5'ald nnrtab1711 ; ciated. By a singular!: mistake on the than at any other point in the SELL YOU SHOES AND
J' xdvanoe. Ivo discrimination in favor of anCoinmunicatIons / Congressmen November 4. part of Colonel Anderson the Conite de capitol this evening. W. D. Johnson, world. When the mountainous waves THEY WANT YOU RUnnER.

fr. ; .t lIody. upon all matters of local California and will six elect State officers November Paris and all the other horsemen strayedout of Marion took the chair and AV. W. and fierce currents seize a ship off Hatter ThEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR HARDWARE, TOOI/AND BUILD. -Wf.

!I ., interest solicited from all parts ol the county; Legislature Congressmen of the road,and missed the visit paid it is usually beyond human ownerto
4.Colorado. was president THEY WANT SELL
1$ but to receive attention letters must be acco by the rest.of the party to Dr. Custer'sbouse ; render aid. From the twenty- T UfPLJ

s.: .. milled by a poIl8ble! name of ffood-not fiUth.for publication will elect State officers, whefe General McClellan had his and W. II. Lyles and Mr. Kernson. vessels any lost there in the past six- :MENTS, SEEpS ..AND FERTILIZERS. ..
guarantee November
,but as a
and Se'fel
. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Legislature 4.Connecticut. one Congressman headquarters until after the battle of Ei- secretaries. The following ticket teen months it is state that only one THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR SADDLES, lAIL'ISXH A71IIP?, Ijj FA
The time when subscription expire is printeo lison's Mills. The count rather disappointed
a light
officers was nominated: For governor, A. C. single life was Ters YOU MAT NEED. GIVK THEM ..i.f.A
will elect State
on each w rapper, or paper, with the addresr I at missing this point but lxreitgoodnaturedly sye. marinersbound THEY WANT TO SELL EVERTTHINO .
. and. will be promptly stopped UL1P.1'8 November Haskell of Kichlaml; lieutenant gov- on the land .
mibbcrii-tion I and four
Congressmen -
I Legislature and said he would be down the TRIAL, YOU WILL BE CONVINCED Cl' )
1 otherwise ordered. Those who ('Ontin' 4. ernor; W. 1) Johnson of Marion, secretary homeward or up and A TITn
to take the JMIIK.T from the offics, will be ex-: more careful hereafter. At 12 in. he in tihs and EVERrTHINO'TOL';
S Delawareill elect Governor. Legislature p. $ of tate, Edimml! Harper of_ cot, running to sight light WILL SAVE YOU MONET ON
4' lMct.ed to pay for It in fulLSpeetmen address. party rcached Gain?!s': Mills, and it was Williamsburg attorney general, Joseph get their bearings, are in danger of b TIME
copies; free to any < and one Congressmen November ; BUY AND AT THE SAME GU'.lH- v
Iu clubs of IMC to one postofflc the BRAI 4. decided to stop there for lunch. Some B. Uarnwell of Charleston; con- ing caught by current or tempest al .
FORD COCNTY TELEGOATH Will be sent ODyear : servants from the hotel fixed an impromptu the shore. The ANTEE THE QUAY AND' 'i
up troller general, Edmund Bacon of hurled upon deadly gov-
for$4.QUitemittauces< i I Florida will elect Supreme justice .
ehould be made by checkJ>06t.a1. i Comptroller, Legislature and two tablewiih planks under a large Spartanburg; state treasurer, W. A. eminent, therefore, has determined to QUA 5

note money order or rcgsteiedetter. November 4. sycamore tree, within a few feet of the Ancrum of Kershaw; adjutant and in- place a great lighthouse eight miles out GOODS.
I Georgia elected State officers and site of the old mill, which was burned by spector, :general, It. N. llichbourg at sea to give sailors timely warning of .;

, : ADVERTISING RATES October 1 and voted General Sheridan later in the war, and Richland; superintendent of educa- their; danger."

Legislature upon of which only the walls remain. TheDuc tion E. B.Higs ale of Fairfield. The contractors who will attempt to
Depends upon position and length of time to two proposed amendments to the con-
9 run end will l..* furnished upon ui,plication.SECRET stitution of the State d'Orleans photographed the entire build this lighthouse must be brave men Sternburg&
benefits of the State, one extendingthe to group. with the old mill as a background. ADDRESS; TO THE PEOPLE. indeed fcr the risks they have determined Truby COlupany;

widows of-Confederate soldiers pension and Nfw Cold Harbor was then visited, Au address to the people was adopted to take are many and tremendous, ,

SOCIETIES., and, and notwithstanding the great chnnge giving reasons for the action taken the qutcksands of this shoal are continually -
the other the reference -
' allowing reading that have occurred in the character of affirming allegiance to the princit charging with the ceaseless, ever
of bills title when introduced
.... INDEPENDENTOJLDEROFODFELLOWS. by November ; the country fine* the war, the count recognized pies of democracy)', and charging thas varying currents. There is no certain Florida.MORGAN'S
will elect ten Congressmen 4. Starke ,
it instantly as a familiar the Tillmanites hail arrayed 'la-f flucta-
spon its
MCt't e' -ry Tut'sdiy nlsbt at Odd Fellows' Idaho elected State officers. Legisla- depth of water for frequent .
.. rilL Tratwiunt!! brothers cord-ally Invited to ture and October anu pointed out the clearing, a short distance against[ class, and that their control o- tions range from forty to sixty feet. The ,

attend. I*ti Hull, Noble Grand; F. J. Field. one Congressman 1. from the main road, where he said the party wes secured by secret caucus the mighty waves and cur- ;
secretary. I'. O. box 41. i IIMPnU"ED Illinois will elect State Treasurer, General had of oath bound The quicksands
Longstreet's to
of Public Instruction corps come es society. rents, the violent winds, wake archor- '

Superintendent and them unexpectedly and captured thirty right to vote, says the address, is not age an impossibility. Hence, when the

ORDER OF RED t MEN. Legislature twenty Congressmen field pieces. Soon after the point was only a power, but a trust, and when contractors begin their work on the :

Oaccoa: Tribe! No.1.Florida. !Courcil fires November_ __ 4.,n reached \\"'hernearly two thousand Un- the vote is cast it is an assertion the shoal, they and their workmen will risk BAZAAR

kindled Starke each,Wodncwlay'Fid. Transient* S.tep: brot&.t hers their are Wijr cordially Indiana Legislature will elect and minor thirteen::state Congressmen officers ion foldiers are buried. It is a very pret- part of the voter that he believes the their lives. The plan proposed is to ,.
warn -
invited to attend. W. W.:;umblin. Sac- November 4. ty place and in excellent condition. The man for whom he votes competent to build at Norfolk a steel and iron caissonof *

horn; W. )[. )J.ackam, C.of R. Iowa will elect minor State officers count and the Duc d'Orleans alightedhere fill the oflice. It is vain t.P say that the great size, that when finished, can be I __DEALERS INFancy 7

and went into the keeper's lodge, action of a political exempts the
I and eleven November 4. party towed to the shoal by a dozen powerfulsteamers ;

MASONIC.IlraJford Kansas will Congressmen elect State officer where they were received by Superin- voter from responsibility. His vote affects a'time being,elected when all Goods and Fine Stationery
Legislature -
tendent Savage and shown the not his but the '
over only own rights ,
Lodpe No. 43, F. &; 4. *U meet i and \\eatherindicationsarefavorable. As '
reuv.larly.tin third Thursday In each! month at seven Congressmen grounds. They then joined the party at safety and happiness of thousand that as the filace is reached and the caisson 'I*
two amendments to the
7: 0 p. in. Vis tinir lirethcrn cordially: invited. upon proposed old Cold Harbor, once the scene of so are dependent on these votes for the Hon located, all the steamers will hasten School Books School Supplies ..WIt
Secretary constitution November 4. One
I Wm. F.MulDkurc.W.M.iJ. 11:: Walnnght, State ,
of these amendments increases the much bloodshed. The count rmearkedthat character of the government under from the dangerous spot, leaving it and x
the place was much altered'but which they live. The ignorant and
tift number of Court from very its workmen inside of it with their provisions
Supreme judges that he was able to identify McClellan's reckless cast their votes flippantly Instruments Etc.
ATTENTION. BRADFORD COGU. nDs. three to seven, and the other lengthensthe may tools and materials to the mercyof ,
movements thereabouts by the aid but he who claims intelligence: heaven. Musica
Regular meeting-f the company for drill on biennial session of the Legislatureto of he carried and he recalled the I enough to know the
a rights duties Florid
Monday life tit ut 7.30; p. m. Hy ou: er of R. C. ninety days and provides for the pay : The first attempt will be to anchor it = = = ftift
I place where G enual McClellan's of citizen is to his .
right a responsible coun-
Heibeiircr.wiptulu; J.W. Morgtn: secretary: and mileage of members. to the bottom. It may te necessary to
Iud trea urciCIICRCll'", I I ,was posted during the battle of Gaines' try and his God. I sink it I feet below the water lice -
elected clerk of the Courtof i
Kentucky Mills. A detour was here made, and the i The sentiment of the body was unanimous before a foundation secured.
Appeals and delegates to a convention sold i
party proceeded! across the fields, in the i and a committee of seven was That once cylinder
revise the constitution of the
DIRECTORY. State to August 4; will elect eleven Con- rear of McClellan's line of battle, to the- appointed to co-operate with the can- will be built accomplishe the water line THE MUSIC lOUSE OF FLORIDA.

November 4. road leaaing to the dispatch i station didates for governor and lieutenant and filled with cement from botoni to ;

gressmen where a halt was called to inspect the in conducting the
Louisiana will elect six governor campaign. top. On this foundation the lighthouse
BAPTIST CHURCH. Congressmen grapevine bridge on McGee's farm usedon No allusion made to the
November 4. negro proper will be constructed, which, when A. B. CAMPBELL
Services at JftM:: a.m. and 7 p.- tn. Prajn the retreat of the Union forces. Thena vote. finished, tower 100 feet above the ,
i. meeting Wednesday at it: m. }I. >l. Maine elected Governor, Legislatureand wIl FLA.
: e'eIY p. visit was mad3 to the historical Watts JACKSONVILLE,
It is estimated that the
Wombold pastor. Sunday sch oi meet eve y four Congressmen September 8. --- water ii
Sunday morning at 1\10.::; Joseph Tlwmlls.. Maryland will elect six Congressmen house, in the rear of Boatswain Swamp, JUSTICE MILLER DEAD. construction of the mariner's safety I carry the largest stocK In the south Atlantic tI 4 --- $1
euperi ntcndent. where McClellan had formed three lines 2,500,000 pounds of States of
November 4.Masl'achusetts. lightwill consume -
.. will elect State officers of defense. The count said this placewas After Thirty Tears of Service the! GeiUl steel and iron. Seafaring men consider r

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Legislature and twelve Congrcs.smenNovember perfectly familiar to him, and he Jurist Goes to llest. the undertaking foolhardy: and impossible _

Services every Sunday at 10.3u: n. m., ami 8 p. 4. pointed out the spot where the Philadelphia but not K with some of the moet
m. li. B. WntticMpastor.. Sttuday school) Lancers sustained such heavy loss WASHINGTON: Oct. 14.-Justice! Mil! eminent American civil engineers wht Pios &OrgansViolins -
Michigan"will State officers !
every Sunday .t1\J\ a. In. L. C Hull Superin- I
I '. tendent. Legislature and eleven Cengressmen from General Stuart's charge. He-also ler of the Supreme Court died at 10o2.: havo studied' every phase of the problem. .
pointed out a creek here he nearly lost
November 4.Minnesota. He had been unconscious since Friday Three v ery wealthy firms put in bids for
his own life. He was sent to the main a e
METHODIST CHURCH. \ will elect State officers, by General Porter with special dispatches night, and since Saturday.,his death the work, although the governmentmade Banjos. Guitars, Accordeons. Autho-
Al A
Jierviocsevt-ry SM-batb at 10.30:; 3 it.m.fend *$:( Legislature and five Congressmen November army and fire him in had been expected at any moment. He the stipulation that no money barps.String Music email Instruments
was opened on
iinJ should be advanced anything and everything musical -
p. m, PrtU'cr-mcetinff every Tuesday! 4.Mississippi. duriDg it progress, '
Thuivdayat 7oO. JobC]>hF. Pliunds }>:ibtor. elected delegates to a all directions: as he crossed a field near surprised his physicians by the remarkable and that no part of the should be at lower northern prices.
Sunday school every bunday at V a. m. J. the Confederate line. "It was a
very he until the structure had stood the
vitality displayed.Mr. paid
Charles Richards.! Superintendent. convention to a convention to revise .
close shave the count remarked. The
the constitution of the State J lily 29 Justice Miller born in Rich storms of a twelvemonth. The cost to
: ; paity then followed the line of McClel- was PT' A 7CTO --Haincs Bros.. Weber
CHRISTIAN CliURClH.; will elect seven Congressmen .Nov. 4. mond in 18KJ( and the countr if the contract is completed, A IN UD-Knabe.
an's march to Dr. Gaines' house, (several; Ky., was graduated Should it be :orrORGANSFarrand.
Acta 11. 2t;: Ac's! 2R, 28: Eph->lan* -l. ]l-l;;: Missouri will elect minor Sta:e officers i miles further on, wherethe count recalled from the University of Transylvania. $ a success,
t.letprl6. icrfrsaccoIIdanfI fun rt h I/rtl. Legislature antI fouiteen Congressmen and it would be a cheap accomplishment at Votcy and
Day at 11 a.111.mid 7 p.m. K. 1*. U.II'r.I"'lur. Nevember 4. the 'xi>fi-iui.ms: ( with balloons brobservation studying practicing medicine any price,for there is no other ulace on Cottage. S'C
Sunday-school Call h Ixird'a Day Ft II a. m. A. purposes. A visit was made for a few years he turned his attention -
of the United States where
the sea-coast
.. B.Moitt. u]>criiitcuieiit.) Montana will elect Legislature and to Tinsley's farm for the purpose of viewing -, to the law, in which he made
noble have been lost
one Congressman November 4. so many ships BO
J Nebraska will elect State officers : the scenes of Longstreet's operationsnear rapid progress. In 1848 he began to many valuable cargoes destroyed, and so 9kl can specially r-ecommer'4. the Haines Tiros. 1 : _
i differ from his the slav- Pianos ,
the Hogan house and the old Gold- neighbors on and Farrand and ot y 113 furnishing -
human into Org.Us
f f.e Legislature and three Congressmen many beings swept eternity the best value of made
and his views in favor of
_ _ tn farm. General Porter's headquarterswas ery question _
and vote upon four proposed amendments as in the raging waters of Outer Diamond in the world. The F. and V. organs can betaKen
the last place visited and the negro emancipation caused him, in18J0
partyty choal Should the suc- to pieces and put together in minutes
to the State constitution November prove f\"e
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.crrr then preceded by way of Crei&htou ; to remove from Kentucky to Iowa, cessful all maritime enterprise men of by any intelligent 10ycar-old Id arC
4. These amendments relateto every
where became of the leaders of the ) in every other best
road to Richmond, reaching there in one rpet a -
nation and all our countrymen will owea in the
OFFICERS.r--- prohibition and license organ States.
1 ; high pro- good condition about I 6 o'clock, having Republican party, declining all offices,
EASY ) Pianos and
debt of profound gratitude to Senator $ monthly on
vide for five and increase .
Mayor-J. O. Adams." supreme judges however. In W&(; President Lincoln 1 _
the meantime .rl
111 tiaveled nearly thirty $ on orgnns til paid. Just thinK of it! Anyonecan
Aldermen-W. W. t1I1'1U.. II. Miner, Gco. the judges' salaries. Ransom, of North Carolina, who, plac-
appointed him justice of the own an instrument on such Little
miles fields soft meadow a Supreme
through ploughed terms
E. J.G.Alvarez M. '. confidence in the statement
I Face TI'uf)) Nevada will elect State officers Legislature ing implicit more than ordinary rent. Send catalogues. -
Clerk laud, dens'j woods and rough Court and he had served on the bench
-Waiter 'JIIK. over .
1 and one Congressman :Nov. 4. made by eminent engineers that the State what instrument you want find
Treasurer \V. Morgan. 1 roads. The entire party, especially the ever since, taking rank with the fore- you will promptly full information that P, .
I MarshalVm. TisoruAssessor New Hampshire will elect Governor work could be accomplished, and know- gt. riyikIaendorIa IV P. a piendUcnnihtn.tlull
f Comtp! de Path, showed themselves to be most jurists as a constitutional ex will astonish you. some big bargains in pr SiiiS it wli oe.it MKlDfxction for tha enret o(
-T. W.Sweat. Legislature and two Congressmen November ing the inestimable boon it would be to jIl form*It.I.t tr.-I-v. Se.n4ar .nt TeIti.
excellent horsemen. and after at pounder. The slaugh r-house cases
4. supper humanity and to commerce, employedhi SECOND-HANDED: PIANOS & OEGANS.
COUNTY OFFICEl'3.County his best known Personally .
attended are
hotel they a reception given in opinions. -
with- the older
voted popularity
two great
"" .- Judge-VT. F.Mulpluwi) Jersey upon proposed their honor by Colonel Archer Anderson he was popular wherever known. of both houses of to Send one cent In a postal card and write for
Clerk of the Circuit Court-\V.fT.VTecln.ShertffD. amendments to the State constitution Congress
He of frame with valuable
at his fine rc.sldence.SOCIALISTS was large a sturdy
L. Alvarez.Tax September 30. One of these amendments induce them to pass a bill authorizingthis inforaton.

.s Tax Collector AI.'II'SSor-J.-M.E.M.Wainwrifijt.Hale. cancels the prohibition against constitution manners and, a good good humored.liver, democraticin :Many stupendous undertaking, national in A. B. CAMPBELL.THE _

-. Superintendent of Schools-J.L. Hill. t.peciallegislation regulating the inter- IN CONGRESS. thought he would get the chief justice- design and purposes, but internatonalin -
County Surveyor. If. Edwirds. C. E. nal affairs of towns and counties, and its pr e ben ; : KueumaUira.Scrofaloni C
when ar"YIW:3IYI.hlltl
County Commissioaerg: A. KniKht 1). n. ship and Fuller were ap }
the other eliminates the clause turers Record.The 'Yellb' UenmatllI&
Knight E.A. Todd W. U. in reference He leaves widow TEAVELEES HOTEL old rhron' V\rn\ t!! h.. ,
Pml.olstcr, M. V.mtth. A Great Gathering uf the Apostles Disorder pointed. a a grownson .m
i to the appointment of judges of- and two
daughters. --' -- -
the court of common pleas. Will elect in JIalle. grown Comer Ray and Cedar Streets,
on'lclml. When the end was seen to be near at
Legislature and seven Congressmen HALLK; Oct. 14.-1'he socialists resurrectionists are not all dead Jacksonville -:- Florida
congress hand the ,
family were hastily summoned. -
Governor P. Fleming,Jar1 on\"iIle. :November 4. yet, as following from Mount ,
Secretary of Stale-John L. CiMwford.Craw- opened here to day. Herr Lieb Besides Mrs. Miller and her Holy
shows Some excitement
fordville. New York will elect judges of the N. J., :

I Attornev-Gencral Lamitr.r Monticello.! Court of Appeals, two judges of the knecht presided and delivered an address J.son W.Irwin Woolworth, there were present old Dr. Cook, caused in this place over the dastardly A new brick hotel having all the comforts -
.. Treasurer B. Ponu, MaccUony. Court of Jele an of Justice work of body snatchers in the Brother- of the houses.:
Commissioner of:Agriculture-L. B. Womb- Supreme Assembly and thirty- welcome to the ates. Miller who had arrived from AKI more expensive Convenient Caturrh,skin Li> H8V9.fcrwrnn. Chronic rmaieGo--
well.Comptroller.GenerlW. four Congressmen November 4. hood cemetery. It has been ascertainedthat to all depots and landtags. l Ululs,imici*ml li-i .ii.Toller. ecaJiShexit otc,.Mt .
:1 j Herren and Dietz '
Singer were elected boy, the family. servants and Chief: P.P.P.l li B i >r."rfii!:oni D. HJoxhara. :North Carolina will elect chief and the graveyard thieves have been at Especially adapted to Transient Busr-

r Adjutant-General David Ln II It.Cc ur Kc"JO.OJ associate judge of the Supreme Court, presidents of the congress. Eight delegates Clerk McKinney, of the Supreme work for some tune, and have carried ness. Elegantly furnished rooms, sinslsor
Superintendent of Public liutr'ittion.flbert Court. Soon after death the face ofthe
, Hue sell.Jack oD.ilIe. i j. Legislature and nine Congressmen November were elected secretariat. There justice which had become away several bodies from the cemeter. en 80it. Tables good as the best.

( 4. were 3(50( delegates present, of whom drawn, during the last somewhat of his- A few nights ago they dug up boy his hotl was built, furnished ant op
= day
North Dakota will elect State officers, of Jdhn Bonner, who was murdered lat '. as a $3.00 a day house.
ail from different f Germany
are part M> changed to a perfectly natural
Legislature and one Congressman November week by John M. Price. Bonner's remains we 1W reduced to $2.00 a day while

4. two from Great Britain, three from condition, and he looked as if in sleep. were buried at the expense of the the service is better than ever. This is .. .
No for .1 i* a ap MM fc M.
T Ohio will elect minor State officers France, one from Switzerland, three arrangements funeral will be county. It is believed that Bonner's the ONLY ALL YEAR HOTEL and .er,bil1IIn up ti 8j'em ipiiilj. ->"
made till LIe. ;Ii.-u *tciij ar* and wbae blo.4
to-morrow but it is certain ; pulioned
U. D. MINER and twenty-one Congressmen November }! from Austria, five from Russia and one his remains will be, removed to his body was stolen for the dissecting room, ONLY $2.00 A DAY HOTEL in Jack- t,I,,3-r.l-nniire ji Mi.-n.ne tr ,nBrnial Jrrnratart.
4. and that the other bodies were carried oonville. citizens of Florida are at
from Belgium. The meeting was con- home at Keokuk, la., where they will Al
Oregon elected State officers, Legislature be interred in the away for the same purpose. The ceme home The omnibus meets all .' _
awl one Congressman June 2. ducted publicly. The hall in which ground. To-morrow family the burying- tery is row being guarded in the night trains. Secure rooms by mail or tel -

Pennsylvania will elect State officers, the congress met was inadequate for Supreme time. graph.
i Court will meet usual at 12 o'clock
Legislature and twenty-eight Congressmen the purpose and the crowding was so and after the announcement as of the, BURTON K. BARRS,

November 4. : great that the business of the meeting
Rhode Island elected State officers was impeded.LILLK death of Associate Justice Miller by There is a touch of poetic justice in Proprctcr. *3E>yS'K3g-tirta"- flirf>1>H ilfj JiMUi BtitsitrapicnilarlT

and Legislature: April 2 will elect two October -A socialist and Chief Justice Fuller the court will ad- the story cf a wretched miser, who ongoing blotx cleansing prupartiea.n.ucJ by p.lha 1'.F won..Prickly r November; 12y journ. The justices will then confer to count his hoard of$5OOO in bills, ..,1 V.s.iirn '
Congressmen 4. workmen's at which
I South Carolina will i. congress 212 were with Mrs. Miller\ as to the time of the which he lad secreted in the cellar, CoMmercial Hotel
elect State officers represented association, composed
burial and the funeral arrangements found that the rats had made a free
legislature and of followers
seven Congressmen mostly of Marx, opened J
lunch them. If the rodents
November 4. here today.mong the delegateswere on derive

i. South Dakota will elect State officers, representatives of the English The Organ Fakir In Trouble.TRENTON any nourishment from them Opposite Depot, Starke Florida.

Legislature and two ei ht-lHmr bills have really served a more useful
Congressmen November league. The
congress N. J., [October 14.-Dan- than they
purpose were doing.
4.Tennessee. adopted resolutions rejoicing over past First-Class Accommodations. _
iel F. f
elected supreme judge successes', congratulating German socialists Beatty was indicted to-day by BROS., Propretor
watchn-ker August: 7; will elect Governor, Legisla- upon the expiration of anti-so the Federal grand j jury in session here I 82.00 Per DJtGOIST .

tureand ten Congressmen November 4. cialist law, expressing sympathy with for fraudulent use ofthe mails. Beat Napolton Ives street.is noW An observer an object of Day. LIj".m. tl :'_ j SAVANNI GA :
4 : .". -XXAKDXX-:: Texas will elect State officers, Legislature. tile French and Austrian strikers, declaring tv is a manufacturer of organs, and is envy that be 'Val weans the same suit says of Special rates run* to Weekly or -

and ('lcvt'1Congre!;.>;men; and in favor of an inceuiational charged with sending circulars Boarders. Hotel
clothes twice in the same week.- A man Monthly thoroughly
Jeweler vote upon two proposed amendments demonstration by workmen next throughout the country offering organs who has worn one suit for four years, nov and run in first-class order.
to the constitution of the and also in favor international
Stute, November May day at rediculously low prices, and and an unfashionable that -

STARKE, FLORIDA.PZCAL 4. One of these relate., to the miners' !strike at the earliest possible after the receipt of money refusing to allowed some strip can ZLEINSOHMIDT, Proprietor

State fax and the other authorizes tho moment. The congress appointed two fill the order till a further sum should b II

dmf8lVlockllaiJ attention; Jewelry given to,&.c.repairing.; &cw All Watch work legislature to create ucommission! to delegates to the socialist congress at be forwarded, claiming that he had
regulate railroad traffic. Hallo. The next will meet at A statistical work F. J. FIELD ,
prices for CUKU. congress run out of the cheaper instrument just published in :ffj/ 4,
Vermont elected State officers, Legislature j' J yons. Prussia shows that there were nearly rI I I

j and two Congressmen Sept. 2. three hundred suicides in the lower '
---- Almost Serious Accident. Brick Masons' Wort & Plasterer
Virginia will elect ten Congressmen From the Palatfra Herald. schools from 1883 to I8fe8. Such a state ,
2 2jkivia
Tain mail Ticket, __ _
November 4.Washington. j'rt
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I things startling, and it is to be

'" M. W. TURNER, one' CongressnianeNoveiuber will elect Legislatureand NIw YORK, Oct. 14.-Tammany latka Two and young residing ladies in, well West] known End.in, came Pa- hoped that the motives for this seL Box 4!, Starke, Fla. :

i 4. against the field is the out- slaughter in the young would be impossible
West political very near meeting their fate yesterday
Virginia will :
lect Work
one judge of elsewhere than in
Litesville Florida. Court of Appeals, Legislature and four look, after the work of the county conventions aflern--on while out on the river for a t Germany.. A Guaranteed .

Congressmen No vember 4. held here to-night. Tammany row. The two got into a boat that was --- -- f t-i Jhware ofso-called LIirerReirn-
liters,JJnlnn. etc. All Imiti*
not safe and >
proceeded short
-DKALEH IN-., "Wisconsin( will elect State officers, has headed its municipal ticket out -vhen the a way Sentimrut and RraIly. PEEK & FRAZEE dltionz of this Original Medicine put OB
Legislature and nine Congressmen November boat was found to be in a ,, the market Iov: ;alter it was estahli'ie'
General 111ercIiaid1se.) 4. with Hugh J. Grant, the present in- leaky condition. Finding that 'water From the PUl1tkllcrnIJ.; ,. aril sold on ill reputation. Tok tlu

I cumbent for while the was gaining fast they started to return The handsome{ young lady and theawkward wthToiandctmandthe original, w1i.C
t Wyoming elected State officers, Legislature mayor, county Attorneys at Law and Notaries has t.ie antojj'jij'h anti picture cf Pf M.
ana when reaching the dock the man of pretended sentiment
---L and one CongressmanSept.il. democracy and the republican county water JjL| A.Srrrionsc.nOieIrontandthesewdSr.s
.. was up to their an k I",!>. Throwing the i Fat on the moss-covered bank of the St. ,topof ctci*bottlcaTidpack-tge: 'TrdI.e

Don't go to railroad towns totjiy goods _--- conventions the same night have indorsed i oars out on the dock, the boat moved Johns, in the merry month of May. Starke, Bradford County, Ford .e Zta-k. Kfpsti'rcd, consisting cf Nz.n -

. .Call on me at LitesvlUe and be convinced your I can PARIS AT RICHMOND. the ticket of the so-called people's off carrying them out. Empty-handed, "Miss Mabvl, do you like poetrv Abstracts of Title and Real Estate lair Picture and Autograph,NOT.11.:ISIJ.-
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... t ---- league headed Francis but .y "'
with .
: Bell you goods as cheap as you jean buy else by M. possessed a good pair of lung ( A specialty. Abstracts furnished sh'

.. I where. Higvest prices paid fort J country Dro He Spends a !>*>- In YIo.Uh'g the Old Battlefield Scott, a county democracy man. 'At each, thd two frightened yodng ladies i "1 worship it; I live on it. Seethe every .Deed, :Mortgage Lien, Tax Wig (

..s.h.I' :' .. .. dnceand |i << *. the republican convention there were set up a scream that started nothing but pic-nickpra cut there; they shout and Judgment Attachment, and all
: : RICHMOND = 40 out of the 200 votes against fusion. the wild birds in the as though the air itself were not Se. II.Tifor 47 years cured 1irtxoasnot.FiLIot'SNE55CoSTivN&ssDYsPzrsiA1.
k' VA.
= Oct. la.Thi3 romp of public record and file affeCting -
t S morning matter
: CottOn Bought At Prices' at 9 o'clock the Cotiite de Paris and The resolutions offering a ticket an- No one came to their rescue, but for- full cf sentiment-of soul breathin s." Title of Real Estate in Bradford EtCK HEADACHE, Loss OF ArrBTirs,

his party left Richmond under the escortof nounced that it would be necessary in tunately the lat sank. After'scrambling Wlnt business are jou engaged in?'' Florida, to date of Abstract. 5ova" 51O'I.CI Low EPIIUTS I' T'OVI; .
county up EATfa, Cone, .
order to kill the Tammany tiger. about in the water she asked. She knew but ETC.
Colonel they ,
Anderson 77it BaftuZ
Captain Haxall toache wante t Dr.J.K.Craves, of j
; and Captain Bmford for visit to the bat Tammany nominated Theo. W. My- bottom in water up to their i hear him say. I r.muis.'enn.sa"s:received a pa"" a

: T. tlefiehls of Mechanicsville,James' Mil1 ers for comptroller; for district attorney i waded out to dry land, not until, however "My business, perhaps, is more lucrative HEADQUARTERS FOR age cf your Live r Medicne.and La.e
TIIu' h
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Bradford lf! : I
ot it. It :
conn Bank'J Cold Harbor and Seven Pines. The en DeLancey Xicoll; for sheriff, Police e'fel stitch of their clothing was "than congenial. I operate a bone FIRE: INSURANCE.Bent better Li vtr Kejj-jlator,and certainly .;

tire party, except Count D'Haussonville Justice John J. Gorman; for coun- wet a fright that still clng to them mum!!. t>6 mote of Zc-ilut's mixture. 1 1i

Starke and Captain Mori-hair, used saddle ty clerk, Leonard Argerich; for president both. ""What the Liverpool and London C.F.SiaunonAMedicineCO.,PrOpr'*, ]

.. Florida.Does horses and did no. expect to return to of the board of aldermen, John' This little pleasure seeking on the river "Yes, I grind up t'ne. Te pnlver- ad the Providence and fiiv Pt !.v.b.MI' < -

a general Banking business. Richmond until about G o'clock. H. V. Arnold: for judges of the suPreme cauie near proving fatal as neither of izen bone is used upon land. Gob .-i_ .

Exchanges bought and solS rinci. The day was bright and court, Judge David :McAdaui the ladies could swim. A photographer makes the flowers brighter, the I Washington and, the i. P). S't' ,
warm and 1
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)OUes of the United StatS and although somewhat warm, was decidedly -, and Judge John J. Friedman; for cor- happened dong just as they crawle out more luxuriant. Miss Mabel, you remind Security. 7

b Lurope. I favorable for the occasion The oner, J. B. Messemer. of their bath, and we Jrnl picture me of spring."
.. party
JI ,---J proceeded through the streets of of the scene a it appeared in dangerous 'VhJf' --

? r ,'i- COLLECTIONs PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Richmond making quite a picturesque A policeman was fined $10 for care- reality. ______ _____ "You"YC'I are so gentle." '_ FINE : :
+ cavalcade to the Mechanicsvule turnpike remind me also Spring, PRINTING
-- ..... TOUU BUSINESS SOLICITED.I thence to Mechanicsville, stopping lessly handling a revolver and shooting A man is very apt to judge of thestate she. sit JOB

.. I I. M. SEIDL5; PREST. route at a bluff affording a fine view en of a what brother policeman should in the nose. Nmi, of things by his own immediate "I do!"' le 1ae forward to catch
damages he have to
L the Chicahorniny Swamp. Another pay to auouoding. But there is much going the words. At Tlie ::
stop I the -
roliceman whose
: -' N. W. was made at nose was shot? ignorant of. He should "Yes; you are so S
:4: HACKET.T. CASH'H.'q.Y Mechanicsville where the The $10 doesn't to him and besides green.
go remember that
H Itarty alighted and walked into a corn- a nose is worth more than f 10. anger and letter. country is growing that There at mcst'Iwre.was more truth than poetry in TELEGRAPHOFFICE.. .

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