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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 22, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOL. X. STARE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1892. ".. ..NOJUN in.. d.. ; I .

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}) OF AHAZ watches the shadow on the dial the ,is a bad thing for an old man or old the sins of the past and present freighting w 2tsiiMTON'S LETTEUS. STALKIXG, TiE OSTRICH. The "blue line" street .car stopped. att .: .

Il\L shadow begins :to retreat. Instead of woman to sit looking afr the vivacity bim and who ignores one re' The Manner In AVhlrli Bnshmen Hunt t V corner, says a wtr 1 the TotrfV ."'.'".... .. '.

going on toward six o'clock in the evening of their gradchildreu shouting "Stop I demption'mmmdc by the only one Nvho the lUg Bird. oinpanion and loekiu, : .

THE FIRST CHRONOMETER IN THE it goes back toward six o'clock in that racket!I" Better join in the fun. could redeem, if that man will examine WRITINGS WHICH SHOW THE MANIN This description of an ostrich hunt by oitti,; a .r" ':':- ". .".,

.- WORLD'S HISTORY. the moring. The fig ultice had been Let: the eight '-fear-ld grandfather the sun dial he will,find that the A VERY PLEASING LIGHT. liushinen! is given by a writer in theli5ecs .; \womanputaa&1byiDidL, :. .
a hlW
drawing for som K and Hezekiahgot the .
I join eight-years-young grandson or shadow is going forward and he is on Sport: out to the platform r.
AvelL Now I expect you will come My father and mother I the to sundown. His "' aga40n' _
granddaughter. is
way day on tVorthington C. Vor&'n Work-A Sam :t. I iuU were sighted about 3 o'clock that note 1 ,
on with your highercriticism and try lived to see over children and the road to All the watches gave you. te i .'1
Its eighty night. of the "Father' Ho plt llty.A ouliot:, December afternoon, and time -
A King Inventor-The Water to pIe I II pocket at alL" ,
Clock explain this aAvav'aud it grandchildren your ,
say was an and great-grandchil that ticlt, all the docks that strike, all lIce Thrown Away-"ALLttle on- which I member <
Followed the Sun Dial and the SandGlass optical delusion of Hezekiah, and the dren aud :more boisterous crew were the sand glasses'that empty themselves, tint NOW and Then." I IK. :,v hiatructeJ of to remain was a concealed "No'ni"said the little raan.lcokUjevistfullyafterhismotherastheeoadnek :.

shadow only seemed to go back, or a never turned ont on this sublunary all the shadows that move on sundials was \ -
Came Next-Th Candle Clock of clo'id came over and it was uncertain sphere and they all seemed to cry to indicate the approach tl Time writings of George Washington, bfhiud a I ledge of rocks, while the pulled! the strap, the driver

Alfred the Great-The .More Modern winch way the shadow did go and as the ol folks "Keep young," and they 1 He:. But HOW, in answer to prayer dark-I, collected! and edited :by Worthington C. two hunters worked around below the' the brake, and the hor *1e tt .. .

Hcroklah expected) it to go back he did keel}) young. Don't walk with a a in my text, the (change was in an- Ford, and; published by Mer. G. P. (trche; in order to be ableto approach [bells, trot off with the car. .,,

Clock. tool the action of his own mind for cane l'' 'ou'have to-, or only as a swer to prayer, the pardoning Lord reverses J'utnam's'Suns, New York, have now them against t tire wind. I selected high "". your 1 name, Bub asked a mfechievous i

UROOKLYX, Jf. Y., Jan. 10.-Dr.Taliuage's tho retrograde movement. No; the defense in a city afflicted with too things and the Ian starts to- 1-eeu biought! down t 1783, and the latest point of laud where a good view of the looking young man sitting Wide : .

+ shadowAvent; back on all the dials of many canines. Don't wear glasses ward sunrise instead of sunset. He volume is largely made up of business feeding I'in.ls could be had, and with apuwerful him. .' !. ;'.

tcrUWI thw morning was of that land and other lands Turn to stronger than necessary, putting on turns the other wa '. The Captain ofSalvation letters, which show how keenly alive field glass awaited develop "Robert Cull n Deems," he answur4

fall of brightness and good cheer. He I. Chronicles, xxxii., and find number tl'U.when eighteens will do gives him the military command "V.'iishhigton was to the practical matter ments. .
have culled away off in Babylon the mighty as well. Don't into the "Attention Right about face!" politel.; .
might receipt for I go company
L i n happiness. men of the of life, and how he never missed an opportunity The two hunters were prepared for the are going?" .
. palace noticed the same of those who arc always talking about He was marching toward i inditl'erencemarching you .
, The
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buoyancy and elasticity phEnomlnon. And if you do not like rhcumatl and lumbago and short- I toward hardness of heart, to condemn extravagance or 6tuti! by their companions by' having "To my grandma's." ,' ;

of temperament I which characterize Jiilile authority turn over your COPY of Jl' and the brevity of : marching toward prayerlessiiess mibmanagement, or to inculcate tho their legs rubbed with \vhite, chalky Let me see that note in yotrr '

him Avcre conspicuous throughout and Herodotus and find that away off in human life. I is too much for my j mimaroliingtoward sin, marching toward !' Aalue of industry, manliness, and integ kind of clay, then each placed a sort of The look of innocent 'surprise ptd .

must have l hl''n imparted to his hear 'gypt t the people noticed that there gravity to heal octogenarian talking gloom, marching toward death. Now I'I rity. Some of the letters serve aLo to saddle over his shoulders.: This arrange round face ought to have shamed Civ. .

His textva : Kings Avas something the matter with the about the shortness of human life. : he turns and marches toward peace, I, show the delight which he felt at being meat was for the purpose of spreading an Iahy's tormentor, but he only said agate.Let .
(1. I xx. 1, sun. The fact is that the whole uni- :From all I eal find out he has alwaysbeen marches toward light and marches toward i free from the responsibilities of office. ostiich skin, which "3 thrown over tho me see it." "

"Anl Isaiah: : tho phrophet, ('riel uuto verse waits upon God I and suns and I here, and fl present prospects comfort and marches toward I Writing from Mount Vernon to the wife luad of the hunter. "I taut," said Robert Cullen -

the Lord: mil brought the shadow m 14UI 81.1lrs are not very big he i is always going to stay Iteiiain high hope all marches toward a triumph .i of Lafayette, he says: "Mrs. Washing- The neck uf the skin was arranged so "Hee here,if don't D r.

ten degrees baelvAvnrd, by Avhich it had little tilings to him, and he can, with his ] young hang up your stockings stupendous: arId everlasting, toward : t'l is highly favored by your participa tlw a longtick thrust into it up to thaliei.lind.luMmtho horses and make you them I'l a"
finger, turn back an entireVoFld in Christmas time. the hosannas that t.hobt run away. ,
Help boys fly 1
down In the dial of Ahaz." as easily as could all I tions, and feel pry sensibly the fa\ol of I : huntet'g loft hand little boy cast look at
gone you set back the the kie. Teach: girls how to dre&s hallelujahs that ever roll. Nowif that an apprehensive u
Here is the iln-t Avatch or clock 1 h or hour hand or minute hand of :your Ulir tt than arnica for i is not the turningof shadow on timed I your |polite invitation to Paris, but she mad the man look like a full Hedged belled horses, but shook his bea '

clo-k or watch. stiff iuI of Abaz from toward is too far advanced in life and i to immersed ostrich, with head. erect, naturally "Here Dub .
chronometer <>r. time-piece of Avhich your joints ali catnip tea for ; going sundown wing Il give you t peteh i :
the world has auykuowIe1ge. But it At the opening of a New Year people your sleepless nights, a large !I to going toward suimulisevhmat, in the care of her little progeny extruded, and with the an occasional you pull that note half way joupocket. i',( '

that are moralizingon the night oftle. dose of youthful companionship.Set I I i is it? f cross the Atlantic. This, my dear and quite; natural shake, nnl rocking .. o

was f Avatch did not tick and a You all feel that you are moving on hack the clock of human life. 'I 1 have seen day break O\'l'1 Mount marchioness (indulge me with this freedom tatd'trl'ad outlined: for occa- The boy did not reply but some of V.

clock that did strike.ItAvasasundial.f toward sundown and many of ;you are Make the shadow of the faun dial of : Blanc and{ the Matterhorn, over the I' ), is not the case with you. You tit, am to confess that at 100 older people ,

Aba, the king, under I consequent depression. I prolIo Ahaz retreat ten People heights of Lebanon, over Mount Washington have youth (and if you should not incline yards distance I would have taken a hot "I loke angry.
it. the hours this to set the hands tl'Jrl'l': the Sierra Nevadas in say Il give you this whole! '
morning over ,
H.'tWl'l i\'J on make themselves old talking leave them
hlvlnttl to bring your children can at the disguised native fully expecting to '
to tah''rf and the cares *,f office he !. your watches and clocks to going the about. beingold and wishing! for I mid-Atlantic, the morning after a departed with all the advantages to education), and bg a fine bird. bag of peaches you will jo a.
liy A\liich he could other way. Ipropose to show how storm the billows me the corner of your note,
iUYnh'tl fl\.lln you the good old days which were Whl'l Wl'1 a .
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nl'Yll must have a curiosity to see the country, The hunters went down the kloofaWit
tell the thThis sun dial you may make the shadow of and liquid Sierra Nevada, tempter.
< your as gnod as these d 's. From all that }IJuil.lps
may have been a great column, and dial like the shadow on the dial of 1 can hear the grandchildren: are not :\nrie of tl soul is more effulgent young, rude, and uncultivated a! it is, SOt yards, and then came out on The child tue away, a I if h 4 .

Avhcii the shadow of that l'olull Ahaz t slop going forward and make half as had as the grandparents were.Matters t; and tJuportng. It for the liberties of which your husbandhas the plain ia full Tieof the feeding not wish to h ar any more,but the

reached one point it was nine o'clock it go bnekwunl You think I havea haye hell hushed up. But if bathes all the heights andilluimmimmes fought, bled, and acquired much bin1! Then commenced a series of the man opened the bag and held it J. .

a. m., and when it reached another big undertaking on hand, but it can you have ever been in a room adjoining al thl'llpthsof the soul and glory, where everybody admires", everybody I most natural maneuvers I ever had tho where he could see and smell the ot lusckrtM jtfet.
three o'clock m. and he ( ( if theme Lord who whelms the aspirations loves him. Come then, let me en- witness. -
point it Avas p. reversed a room where some very old peo fal'ultl':1 good fortune to fruit. -
all the hours and half-hours Avere so the shallow in Hezekiah's courtyard 1Ie a little deaf were talking over old al the : all the hopes treat you,aud call my cottage your home; The bushman would trot forward a few A look of distress into the .
Or it may have been a inoA-es upon us. While looking will that this does with light that sickness cannot came te
JlSUr'll you tnt age for your own doors do not open to you yards, and then by cleverly! manipulating little face I
:t:1ir.uh as may now i lie at the Min dial of Ile/ekiah and AVO not monopolize the young rascals. t'llpsl'o death extinguish or eternity with more readiness than mind would. the stick supporting the head, cause ; believe Bb was 05
and other find! tho shadow but; augment trust himself, and a lefi |U '
i
found in Hindustan old retreating, we ought It be hard to ali magnify. m
now) get young .
people You will the in whichwe
countries, an-l Avheu the shadow to learn that God controls the fhad\w may up early enough in the .1 preach the sunrise. As I look see plain manner the Iwak< to dive into the grassas though Slat on the other side t get off t eat .

reached one : it was ten o'clock a. We are all ready to acknowledge his hut their grandparents always morning hud to at t limit retrograde movement of the live, and meet the rustic c\it and flti'lJ in a most lifelike manner, then the little boy slid quickly dow A .

in., or 'h.j ) i was four o't loe.k management of the sunshine. We he pulled out of bed. It is wrong now shadow on Aliaz's dial, I remembe, you shal taste the simplicity rral life. t\l apparently arrange tho wing temptation behind, and climbed into .
stand in the glow of that was a sign that Hezekiah was It the scene, and and tail feathers. They would then run d
p. in., aud Ikl'wi.c other hours may a bright morning to play mischievous tricks on the unsuspecting i wi diversify may give vacant place. .. .
have been inclMl'c.'hl ; and we say. in our fl''lnh"if not with but eighty years at going to get well, and he got well. So you a higher relish for the gayeties of the together, exchange caresses, feed again, A pair of pretty gloved hands began !

d 'p, Avater clock, fol- so many Avords, lfe is from God school that now venerable J ago\ sat i have to tell all you who are by thegrace court when you return to Versailles. In l raise the head: as though looking around, almost unconsciously clap, and theneverybody 1 S

loAved the sun dial, mil the sand glass warmth i is from ot." Or, we down on a crooked pin, not accidentally offi having your cay turned these wishes and in most respectful compliments all the time working carefully againstthe clapped and t until ff .
.followed the rlep-ydia. have: rush of prosperity we there and drove from decline towards night ascent theditmce applaude
say, placed wind and
TlrI came j purposely Mrs.m Washington joins me. very rapidly reducing might have alarmed S
the candle clock of Alfred Urc'at. "ThP)8Ul'I'.l'are from God. What the sleigh-riding party too near the tovar(1M.mnurmming, that you m'l going to With sentiments of strong attachmentand between themselves and tho Bb i young lady ,
the candle' was marked into three providential thingit bought that edge of the embankment'that he might get well, well of all your sins, well of I sitting by had notlppherau1
was have the honor to birds.
.- Iud and, Avhile the lir-t part Avas lot jl.st before the real estate! see how they when tumbled all your sorrowsVehl, of all'your earthly very great regard ft'eding him and said, :_;, '
. parts wouitllok be, Madam"etc. The ostriches would occasionally raisp .
iie to religion low grateful to God am that I made into who hasso distresses. Sunrise! fr .
gave
hillllf that investment! 0 acknowledge thelnow. thatl3l But, says, one, all that you say To Lafayette himsel he writes from their heads and huddle close together, 1
-.. and while the was burning yes; we little patience with childish exuberance !ole your mamma that we con .
". heBavehiniitlf't'tnellrt, and Avhile God in the sunshine of a bright was in olden times up to : may be true, but that does not hinder the same place: length, my dear regarding the strango birds with evident gratulate her upon having a a -

' the third pari }:oItl burning: he gave day O the sunshine of a great prosperity. one-half of which if practiced in ranks the horrors of ohissoltmtioui.Vhmy, ;you marquis, I am become a private citizen distrust; but us the hunter drew near strong enough to resist temptation m.and .

:: himself to re-t. After awhile came But s-uppose the day is dark? year-old of to-day would set grand father who are the Lortsre not going to on the banks of the Potomac, and urder they would stop more frequently and resume wise enough to run away from it." ,

* the wheel and weight chick, and Pope )iOU have to light the gas at noon. The and grandmother crazy. Revive die. All that the grave gets as the shadow of my own Tine and my own their imitations of the natural actions I doubt if that long,hard messag eroi '

- S Sylvester the 1'CI1lVfl.S its most importaut sun does not show himself all day be your remembrance: of what you were compared witli your chief, )'Ol' immortal fig tree, free from the bustle of camp atd of the birds, apparently paying no reached Bob's mother but matte, -
' no '
nature i is of'ol'
; innutor. And the skill-of long. There is nothing but shadow. between live and ten years (age, all as the. clippings the busy scenes of public life, I am attention whatever to their game. This the note to his without
: linger nails withyour got
How sIoAV as grandmother .
to realize that compared
the
we are with of
centuries tf. exquisite mechanism capable everything solacing with those tranquil enjoyment would evidently reassure the ostriches,astlmoy '
i. latelee whole As the mysel coming out of
body. ever
, storm i is God and tho darkness Put back the you run '
; toiled at the time pieces until the fltm join young. and h pket
would
(It''our which the soldier who is separate begin feeding
along the edge
; world had the Vick's chick of the fourteenth from God and the chill from God. shadow of the dial not ten degrees, but li".or thuml
' Or we buy the day before the and and nai and you cut olE that i ever in pursuit of fame, the statesman again. ..'
century and llnyghens, the iu markl't's fifty sixty seventy dl'grlI'I.Slt : Rich BI .
. I hut rather hindrance, do not whose watchful days and sleepless nights These were continued until AllaE' .
venter i..wuiigthe first pendulum retreat: or we make an investment back clock also by : you mo\cment It is an old axiom that is A. -.
. your entering ;
that ncA'er mourn over the departure of that fragment are spent in devising schemes to promotethe the bushmeu were tho midst of the heath
Dr. Hookc contrived the recoil pays; or Ave puchase and Christian work. of all riches and
absorbing
on new greatest a thing J
: l'wapl'mente that cannot( of whih Death will l be welfare of his own, perhaps the ruin 11 .ck. they suddenly threw off their i i
::. tJie "endless chain" followed goods we dispose ; or a In our desire to inspire the, 'oung wc tl'snnn' wh(1 that will often not buy. Indeed. .
*' Ane the crop of grain we sowed is ruined bydrought have in had much to only "l.orilg-oir of that which of other countries, as if the globe Averoinsuflicient disguises: and commenced to fire poismwt money ;
our
pinion essays sayabout the of
"rtdll ant ouillhe the soul has no possession great a predisposing .
'-, lever" t<*' ik its ; :1d ( compenfiation or freshet; or when we took what has been accomplished liy (funeral over that which would bean for us all, and the courtier, arrows from the short bows they concealed cause of wet i
balance and the stem-Avinder account of stock on the first of January the young; of Romulus, who founded who is always watching countenance under the ostrich skirts with a a compt _
; awful nuisance if we qould not rid .
get This a letter the
- 1010Wl'11, now Ave have the buzz wo found ourselves thousands of Rome when he was twenty years of of it. This body as it now i is, what afailure of his prince, in hopes of catching a lapulity that was truly astoni .hing. Tho says is Pari t of Dr. }

1 great clock and watch dollars worse of' than we expected. age; of Cortez, who {conquered Mexicoat it would make of heaven if our gracious smile, can have a very little con- birds attempted to escape in all direc- Trbune. opinion lon .-

; factories Switzerland and Germany' Who under circumstances says, thirty years; of Pit, who was prime departing: soul had to be burdened ception. I have not only retired from thus, but "Alien the raid was ended thero \\ has defended it in a book just -
and England and .America out "This lass is from God, I must have minister "of England at twentyfouryears all but I tliree dead ostriches the lished, entitled "Rich Men's Ev. Th .
: turning with it in the next While others public employments, am retir- AX*ro ou ground
! \yhat f't'l' to I lie the pl'rfl'ctol of been allowed to for go into that unfortu- ; of Raphael, who died at thirty- there go ten worh1 miles a minute ing within myself, and shall be able to while a fourth was too badly crippled. tocscap' list of diseases which escort t e r mao .
nate enterprise some good reason: of CuIviii.vhmovrotc his institutes i is not but it is .
long '
"time-nieces. It took six seven; a one, nay
Avould take about
we an hour to view tread i oe .
worle the walk and the ,
I .thousand year, to make ( presentt'ctironoiueter. the God west controls wino!the!" cast wind as Avell as at twenty-six; Melancthonwhotook walk four miles, all while our neighbor private solitary life with heartfelt satis _ _ call. it so, a substantial one.

So With the mea *urement 1 II'aril1'proflsor': chair at immortals could see a hundred path '\'onl"l an Old Story.A The possessor of several hundred thousand .
of longer than minutes My I friends, I cannot look for one twenty-one years; who had Envious of none, I am determined Snf.'AJe .
.t spaces miles we could see only ten miles, and curious: extinct from th; pailiusm: dollars has the choice
and hours. '1 inie was calculated. from moment on that retrograde shadow conquered (erllfor the reformation the fleetest of our bodiesif to be pleased with all; and this, ill itomach of btwe
writs of ; ,
.sorts
.new to new : then from on .Ahaz's dial Avithout learning that by time he was thirtyfiveyears. seen alllwaIhil'st it dear friend, being the order of my march, ary oOp) years ago, preserved complait vaOU .

'!'harA'ot mool to JOI the veav was God controls the shadows and that we Ami it is all very well for us to iu heaven 1''ean'to for I wi move gently down the stream of the l olls Chapel, goes to prove thatvonaii mgestions, applxie.
Ilrn't. Thl'l open an asylum cripples. and .
' need all to That he controls theunshine show how early in life one can do I with % suffrage was not unknown at that lute bacut ;headaches of .
:' tooniirounccd I lie three hulfn'll and leal. very No, no; one of the be.st possiblethings le unt sleep my father. .
1 fifty-four day-amid thl'l three hundred : i is lot so necessary a lesson, great things for God and the welfare of that Avill happen to us will he quality of humor is not absent time: "To all Christian people to whol 'very degree, of the heart

and sixty diJo, and 1, not until a long for uu'boc\can be happy Avlien things the worle hut some of the mightiest the sloughing off of this body when we from Washington's Lund this present writing may coine, I, Dale ileurisy! and asthma:liver cmplt.
) hoursa ? has been-done by septugcnarians wrting. :i Pakington. lord ami owner of umdice, roseola (from Queen '.
Dorothy -
while uflJ one hundred and sixty- go you :sleep eight wok have no more use for it in its present Washington had to the
live da events were calculated night and rise Avith an appetite that ali octogenarians and nonogenarians. state. When it shall come up in its effect that it was writen probable Mrs. Custis, the town of Aylohbury, send greeting :'ictoria auter, sleeplessness, nervous .
J cannot easily wait for breakfast and Indeed, there is work that the said Dame xhau beside a number of
. from the foundation of HOlenfc'rward resurrection f01'1 Ave Avill be very gladto widow of John Parke Custis, would Know ye, we, Dorothy afcl
" from liij? Olympic "les. TIln you go over to the store and open your none but such can do. They pl'l'f'Cthe get it back again, but not a it is again if he ( ) would marry her Pakington, to 1a\0 chosen, named, and ..;temper which are within the rh of
the Babylonians! had(1 their measurement mail to rl:1l more orders than you can equipoise senates,religious delomiuation now \Vitii its limitations and Itedwarf- Washington give appointed, my trusty and well beloved \ho can purchase morhe, cocaine
" fill and in the next letter find a of reformatory move some advice on the subject. To this he
( the year and the Romans you : ments ilnUH'rhlt. Sunrise! Thomas Liclitield and George BorecJon, iud ether. .
; dividend far larger than have heel ments. Young men for old Tliore--liall he Mil replied that he never would undertake to .
theirs and the Armenians theirs you m.ton my e try B .
: to be burgesses of tho said >b choice be
the Hindoos theirs. ,' ant promised, and your neighbor comes Mien for l'olmel Instead any of In sPas of h'Mvenlr rest. advise a woman in such a matter; first, Eqr., my "ic\'er your may you may
Chronology An-l not wa-e of trouble roll of Aylesbury; and whatever timesaid >.hule yourself by the thought thatyot. .
busy for centuries studying monuments in to tell you some Haltering thing he you beginning fold up your energies, cross I hreast.Sunrise because he never could advise one to tOWI
in- ( coins minimiic.s has just heard said about you, and you arouse anew your energies.Vith the mloJcl'ful like one of tho e without her own consent; and Thomas and George, burgesses ,shall ttfer in good company. Rheumatic
t'ri.ptiol' find that all the styles of goods l in you have obtained anl the : mar do i the sir\icl of the queen's highness ople will remember that Mme. da 8e-
experience after !
and astronomy, trying to lay a plan by ) mornings you had gone to bed! secondly, because he knows it to be no
which all dales might i lie which you deal IKIA-O advanced fifteen opportunities of observation you have late, or tJcllot sleep well, and you got use to advise her refrain when she has in thai present pailiament to b holden i iuie, who was a sufferer from it, won

. settled nli CjWtol ft put jn their rightplace per cent in value, and on j'our way had during a long life, )'II ought to he up lhil'tl yawning, mil the morning obtained it. "A woman t ," he "very "Westminster the SJ May ensuing i cheerful countenance and delighted her
ant
in full ) to do in olie year now than says date hereof I t"e said Dame ik'mJs with her sparkling wit. Th
in the procession of the ages llnl you mel your chitlll aliI mor repulsion, and you feel rarely asks an. opinion or requires advice the Dorothy '
But the clir<>nol a (.f confusion awl bewilderment } the tea table and ro's of health in out of your teens. Physical power :, into your Avindow: 11 do not see my own act as fully and wholly as if I Luraee, Leibnitz.Erasmus,Kant,Frank .
mountlil ; formed. But he adds that his advice
, until tlie sixth ('I'ulUf' DionysiUa cheek all round the table, what more your spiritual power ought to he Ill' what you find to smile about; your i were or might be present there. In wit- an, Milton (I give their names as they
don't Up to the lat hour of their lives, what should ever be asked by the lady in
consolation? ques-
of
Kxiguus,. a HOI.n aliliot; said : 110)U Avant 1. brightness is to me a mockery.. But ness whereof to these presents I have set ccur, not in chronological order), Darin .
pity a hit YOU feel as if you power for good old Archibald. Alexander the inrush of the Avorld l tion he would say to her: "I never expected -
lie birth you a
date (
everything l'xt wiilc 4th of : in the fourternth
seal this
day May, Sydenham.
ILl f'll old Dr. Woods old Dr. Hawes, jny
Christ could the \V1'lo1. But for those .., ._ _, _. morning after a sound sleep you would spend the residue of
of the hus. .
BlhllII't 111'11 1O\S : __ 'h II T' Hu.n., 'I SII'J 1 of otir Sovereign Lady Eliza-. As you see, doctors are not
the) abbot in opposite ( iI14CXLt'mtt'4 old J Jr.11101 OKI .inLC11. alil', that nothing can disturb, and you your days in but in a mat- year exempt
the 'l'eUmIInel'S widowhoo *
( The just
N\iCr < worll1" ofmucanhzig. old Dr. Candlish old Dr.Chalmers fo"th I the of God, etc. Damo roni it. Literary people are placed by
Dr. grace
with e Tyng, 1y ,
yr'oposed to dated backward in an omnipotence rise, the sunshine in your faces, and! in ter so important so interesting to
and f hlt> 1): that great The shadow! O! the What have been hbmarkto ( your trt morning in 1lwl1 you Avill ) children,and connections I wish Dorothy seems to have got a little mixed :>r. Moum in company with millionaire,, .

eVenf.Vlut lr\ml a splendid thought for shadow! Shadow of bereavement! Germany" all Gladstone to England wade into the 11'3 of glass mingled you'oureI make a prudent choice; to do as to her dates and her grammar, but ui association no doubt flattering to both,

.-the world. What mighty for Shadow of sickness! Shadow of bamikruptey ali Oliver Wendell Holmes to with fire, the foam on fire with a which considerations "Thomas Lidifield( and George Boredon" .ut none the less unlocked for. The
a
tiling many are necessary,
of advancedage
Christianity. It would have: I teen ? Shadow mental depression? America in the time an afternoon splendor .'ol neA'er saw on earth and such as the family and connections of were undoubtedly members for Aylea- weight in their purses, however, baa
to those in the -
Shadow of persecution Shadow of ? Let me say the rolling Avaves are doxologies, and bury in 1751. nothing to do with this. But like
most 11 to date (' from plutocrats
everything be olE time the his fortune which is not the
u\tU' 0 dial of of life: Don't putting man, (
death J out. sun the rocks of that shore are golden
of the !. But lam all they lead life diati-
the creation a sedentary
wont RI'l'k wants it oil He essential in the line of ,
that God; harness when most my eye), con- .. .
Aha/ all the iople ; (01 pel titles that are pearl, Cold Kroni Hot Sprln
too hl.\h all
could not
glad the ehronologists he tl 41 pate a quantity of vital energy, and are
oil': frightenedout
shadow' As HezekiahKit will take it duct he has observed and disposition and
skies the
the 1on't scene area commingling One of the most remarkable gold minesin
oaaily guess how d.l: the \\I'1 was in manages of life the a 'l'. At arl.1 obliged, on tliat account, to hare a eobstantial -
window wrapped in by many frame of mind You should consider '
order to the nations i habit of in his palace of colors that St. .John1lW the world. i is the Mount :Morgan, situated -
get il by anodynes the first sneeze of an influenza. manygive what there of his kind diet. Literary men and women !
dating in its doc invalidisnt and furlouwletl on the wall ()heaven, the crimson prospect i proving in Australia. Tho
:
from that occurrence Queensland
out all as lost.. No new terror has are therefore subject to djxpepela an-I
and up and the blue the and the
affectionate
and Forever fixed and cataplasms all "am'OI and to you; just, generous, in one from this mine were
microbes year
11 un\utl it that-all history hito1il'i is:to 1 be dateffcwilhreference upon iie black hand of the only clock come on the of earth.disease. The described as in orange and! the-purpleand the gold and and attentive to your children, and how :$profits)f.OOO.O,and the are by no gout _ _
the : le\cs men
to the I birth of Christ, and known at that time and saw it move cause Wef the green Avrought on those skies in far his connections Avill be agreeable to !
he learned a lesxm seventeen hundred y'alSI of garlands, of banners of ladders yet lxhaustcIl. Wheat la America.
I Lack degrees, the'lalmul shape ,
this matter settled, Hales, the chief t'l of you; for when they are once formed,
l
legions dangerousones. Aside from the richness of the deposits
)
of the human racomiceol asru of chariots of of .
world that a majority croAvns, thrnl's.'hat Prior to the discovery of this continent
chronologic declared that the scared out of life agreeable or not, the die being'cast,
lie by your
Uest the exceedingly interesting from
the is
hundred this hour to learn,-that I 1on't \ a sunrise! Do you not feel its lyine by Columbus there cereal la
was no
was made tlo\"all four controls) the all this heart failure. That faces fate is Thus far, and no further,I the fact made through
McCollum fxcd. recently public
Avarmth SeoA'ille
friend a ever had\ on your ? : a
and America either
north loath which .
,
Jal
or
and eleven world. ,
in the
years been
trouble has always chould
hlorllhrbt shadow. The set shacks arc sometime! the dying boy of our go my opiion"Some geological survey, that the deposits were '
the BUllyshool approached in nature to the wheat
. delug That is what all the people that everl1e(1 plant, +
eall' The uttered
ththat win happen. what be made Lv hot the siliceous
the best \ a ore being
before
fhal per- '
one h\ltl1tl and ff\-tn' years author Schiller, could out of this life have died of this flrng. says the St. Louis Republic It warn not '-
with brown
Christ and illustrious great Germl unless he in his room heart failure. Adam had it and! all of raton the sun shine hal1! Plying Card Lore. 'sintel'impregatel until 1530 that it found its way. Into ,
;
work
events of the last nineteen ccnturieu tho Wit scent of rotten hal applls.anl the his descendants have had it or will And so the :ulll( of Ahaz's sun il dial Says an old gambler: I have often ironstone carrying; percentage of Mexico. _

and all (great events of all time toJxime decay of the fruits of early ProsPeritYmay have it. Do not be watching for moyuumJ->i turns from sunset to sunrise. been asked what the figures on playing gold.Tho It may be difficult to S realize the fact

,: have I)t'I'Ior shan be dated from i :become an inspiration instead of toms or you will have symptoms of everything. cards indicate or how the figures came to sinter i decribet as a lght. that wheat was at one tint wholly unknown
. he birth of Clu'U. The.se things I say Some of will die of or cellular rock
| depression. 1101 pert Chamhcr"lame you yet Senator Pasco. first used. My grandfather was, like frothy spongy Hundoubtedly ia such an Immense and
watch i i' a b country
ub know what a ,
often only of
hot
that are There
you ) him from other work, and Symptoms !bct > of tlw Witness all around and I have spring orgin.
almanac is feet shut up f'nlltoms. Thl ssu Baptist myself, an sport o-.e so favorable to its production, bat
if what an in the
clo'-k
What see ,
n country hot .it the vicinity
: world-renowned publisher are no .springs present -
through what he became the barndoor : :: d fn 'r"8iintj biographicals'retc1 heard him tell that they originally indicated such was the case. It was in 1530 that a
r: and learn to appreciate nd helped fashion the best literature a dead owl! nailed on a to COt.j HI of the mine, although: there are a
and Put trust iu of .S P.tcfX $ Pa'cowaj the different classes of people in tho slave belonging to Cortes found
tolls and hardships perpll'xilC The painful disorder living owls. your ; : :mtr ppifor number in other of Queensland.! poor a
the parts
of
. the world cume to its IH'esl'ut like that ages.of Hezekiah enUrt\ s(4r, go to bed at 10 o'clock, havo the iKirn ia Came to theUnited kingdom of France, which I believe, As th'e most remarkable hot few grains of wheat in a parcel of rice;
springdistmict
lCl1e1' mil comforts, mil to help[ you the sanieas window open six inches to let in the ErllAI l was the first t introduce cards. Hearts he showed them to his matter, who
exactly with hU the
Stntt-s
i is
of carbuncle spelled partnt- age in the world t* YellowstonePark
. to llf' respectful ('uuitl'mtiol "tmeUt'tl( the carbuncle I fresh air sleep on your right side, and represented "choir mel" or ecclesiastics, ordered them to be planted. The moll
the precious of 10. Lojiited Riaton. Graduated the existence of gold deposits in
that sun dial of AI17 my and the of suffering may fear nothing.} The old maxim was and the early cards of that suit have a : showed that wheat would thrive well or .
i and distaff 11-rvar I (; O.-ima Floridain that vicinity is naturally suggested. A ,
to
text /immortal value. riglit: "Get thy spindle at oll e. cape which in form resembled a heart. Mexican soil, and to.dayona of the finest -
We are told that Hezekiah, the kjiig Your become the jewel that of Aha7'8 sundial ready, and GO.will send thee flax." 18o8 Brga life 1 a rcr.ool Uacber.E I The spade was originally a pikehead, typifying careful search, however, made by members wheat valleys in the world is near the I
of boil. It must have fEthaellke while at this sun dial of of the Geological has failed
dying But
was Survey
: and triumph.I looking The
may I :ihste I iiHl-e Oonfedpratee rvice at the the nobility or soldiery. artisans Mexican capital.
been one of the worst kind ot carbuncles recovery but it turned Ahaz and I see tho shadow of it move, to confirm the hypothesis.
a I )without! central core and never hal a Id-forward. You never I notice that it went back toward the }&inniIo' of ho'-tiliti liiciim captain were represented by a stone tile, From Mexico the cereal found.its way

wmeiimc deathful. A fig vas put out to : set if sunrise instead of forward toward the 'f ;trt MFfrson IliiV-p. After thewr cow known as the diamond. Farmerswere A to Peru. JJarie d'Escobar, wife'of Don
Christian Mnmrsljcd Viking.
(, a .Hezekiah did would have become a you suu.st---toWard the instead of adniirt' d Was represented by the trefoil, or clover Diego de Chauves, carried a few grains
upon U a* ptulil. had not bad a set-back. The Jnghest morning W.M* top-ncticelaw. The mummified corpse of some old
not want to thln. Jjfon who toward the night. That thing the leaf, now called a club. The four king to Lima, the entire product for several 4
1ll thrones in heaven are for thcset-hacks twelve years a nvinber of the Democratic Viking who departed this life perhaps a
was to tike kin yetbeen of world-is now willing to do, and .in were originally David,Alexander, C successive years being used for seed. '
would In Him tho shadow Executive COM mittee, and most of thousand years ago dug up recentlyin
born and Hl'ZI'kiah'IHlatl set back lmtaU many cases has done. There have a \ arid Charlemagne, representing the four Wt1 At Quito, Ecuador,a monk of the Order .
this nation was ,
thing Ilolstcbro Denmark.
So a bog at It
written arulgpftMi the lime Hi chaiimin. \Vp member peat
been a
have been the naton. and it many tilings great monarchies. The queens were Ar.
: seemed going tQ ruin, W great Xn of St. Francia, named Fra Jodoai bbd.
sewed deerskin with sim's."erv
lie
he prays ibr recovery and hack further in 180:2( !, and further in tfbout the sunset of life. I have of the C institutional ConA'en.iou ani the gine, Judith, Esther, and Pallas, repre- was a introduced the new brszd graui.end It I.saidthatthejarinwhichtheLouginan.

will get well. But he wants sonic mi- 1SG3, and still further in 18G5, but there said some of them myself. IJut my State L?gls'a>ure. and at the time of his seating birth, fortitude, piety, and wis neaty.1lt there was of the old '

raeulou Mgn t make him sure the of it. is not an intelligent and well-balanced text suggests : better idea. from Lord. election to the UnitEd States Spnats wasSpeaker dom. The knaves were either knights 01 pagan preencc. He seemed, kept the original seed ia BtJll preseirelat
that going
back
of having Ilmtl- day however his
choice
who partof ,
has the south east or west, but tuned to.h:1el0t anatomy
north or of iha In servants Tribune. -
orretreat. man, and started it toward AE@embly. religion t kight.-Chcago Quito' ,
ow onUw'"un: dial of Ahaz all'auce set back toward the. euu- toward particularly his nose and i p7trt of his 5-
(> feels it was do the thing feenator Pa'cl is a Baptist and politics Wheat introduced into the
He replied it $ sunrise is willing to same Democrat. I skul in a fight, a Vikings were apt to was present

wonderful to have the sun go down, rise.Bill: I promised to show you how the for all of ua. The theologians who sanJ'ianc I Seven of the nine Justices of the Supreme seeing that their life was one long limits of the United States'ontempw

for it alwivs does go down sooner orlater. shadows might be turned back. First, stick to old religious technicalities would until not-I Ijnatius Donnelly presided over theFarmers' Cur now dwell in their own battle. Such as he is, he will have the raucously with the settlement of the
asks that it go hakwil the they become soporific and the remain country by the English and other Euro
Washington,
H. l.v going much among 'ounb'pie. but conversion. I call nc conventicn'in Minnesota. I house place of honor in the royal museum,that
In other I\'ore:, let the day In family circles there are call it anything Ali ing two, Justices and Brown, the of few such relics. peans.
Brwe
and lit from going toward sun- _ :
going on turn gotoward By this divine arrangement it a change The sub-treasury plan and the will bat -5'---
fUUeowI grandchildren. latest accessions to the :
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feunrise. see invalid king .of the people who down to going toward sunrise. That frae coiaaza p'. were endorjai by I I Bncb b Contentment makes in. desiring
auk
bolstered and in blankets mot of life can who never tried to unbuckle the likewise fortunate : yea us happy Faith is the pencil of the soul thai' -
lip
wrapped meridfan
looking out of the window upon the I have passed themselves by juvenility I lan ekup of evil habit undo who keeps all very large majority. sbajl have rolled around.- nothing.-Palmer. pictures hearenly things.
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COUNTY TELEGRPH.PUBLISHED I i Disheartened Cotton Planter. I II M]...ctarlea In Art. j I Notice of Final Discharge. I II I n-o
BRADFORD
S !I The cotton growers are very much discouraged -' Among the figures; forming part of the I Six months after date I will present my accounts TRUBY STERL&it? r & '
Wm. F. I I
and vouchers to Hon. Malphur
by the low price of cotton and architectural decorations of the interior County Judge of Bradford county Forda "

WEEKLY ATTlBKE.BRADFORD I many of them are ready to say they will of the chapel of Henry VII is one of a : I ask for final discharge from the & I,
COUNTY KLOKIDA.) ,
ship of the estate of Jesse Johns.
book and
saint reading a wearing a pair
not cultivate any cotton this )'e:11. In J.D. JOHNS,
I.C.WEBB.Editor of spectacles: without side strips and of Aug. 10,1191.-Sm AdminIstratorNotice. .
letters to tbeir factors they give accounts
and Publisher. the form that nsed to be distinguished
of a condition of affairs in and Retail
'-- very unhappy Wholesale
by tbe name goggles. Such early eyeglasses
SUBSCRIPTION 1.00 A. YEAH.fnUred their respective localities. They any that were circular in form and were Six month after date I will present my accounts -
and vouchers to the Honorable Wm. F.
I bankruptcy stares them in the face and fixed in rims d leather connected of
by a Malphurs,County Judge in and for the county
la Act in
Arctrding tf Co'.tfret*
that there is nothing promising in the fu- waist or curve:! piece cf the same materiaL Bnvdf ori and State of Florida, a administratorof General Dealan
Port 0/lft. St rkf. Fla., .s Second estate of David Browning, dee and
-'.J. cJllI" Mailer. lure. One cotton crower. writing from Leather has elr--ticity enough to ask for a final discharge from the 14"p

I Madison county, Florida declares that I I hold the glared:; in position on the nose. This 9th day of October A.A.D.W.18 BROWHINO'1.

.. ; 1Ir'HE'nrv M. Flaglcr. and the L.: very little cotton will be produced in that Such a pair. obably not later than NOT. fl, 1891.-Cm Administrator. -
j I STARE
the time of Charles: II of England, is preserved -
e & N. railroad have each Liven one county in tbe fntnrelie says tbht over IK THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUD. -
in the British museum. These
thousand dollars to the Florida 1,100 farm laborers have left his immediate CUb CIRCUIT for the State of Staple and Fancy,
leather rimmed goggles appear to have and for Bradford County.-In Chancery.

.- ,,'orld' fair fund. vicinity and that thousands acres of been succeeded by glasses" of the same IRA W. PHOLER.complalnant, G. e S

.. good land will not be cultivated this year. shape with rims of tortoise shell and a. CHARLES. STRAUSS and OEOBBC Any conceivable, article.

., Farmers should put ir Rome tobacco This is onl) a sample of many lette..s.i i rteel waist. An example of the early POWDER C.AaLiILI.) defendants. Any kind of Provender

.. and a variety of cropp. Jt It ia apparent. however that the cotton part of the last century in the original Absolutely Pure T Tbelng*made to ORIGINAL appear by BILL affidavit of L. B. :reed Hay .

4.- t. will. not pay to depend upon cotton growers regard the situation as much black fiahsVin case, shows that there 1 Rhodes complainant's solicitor that the for Live Stock. 4

at its present low price. more serious than it is. The price of cotton was difficulty in attaching the waist to A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of above George named Mahon are defendants non-residents Charles of Strauss the anI

the rim with the requisite firmness. all In leavening 8rength.-Lttl U. S Government Florida and that they are each over the age of .

-S The Tallahassee! Floridian hfSR in- is not going to remain it as; low as safe it is Hence arose( the rims with a rigid waist food Report.. twenty-one ot Charles year. Strauss and that In tho in place the city of of residence St.- Dry Goods, Millinery % .4.

t'reaped its flU hfic. ri pt ion price to f2 present. Next season s pretty and side pieces for keeping the spectacles I. O. O. -Rguar. Paul. county of Ramsey aid State of innp8ota l :
to predict it will be higher. meeting e> aid that the place ef residence of O>orge !
a year, for the reason that it could in position.But night in their hall. Transient is the city of New York, county of EWYOlkl\nd X And Furnishing Goods, alltlea. izei

pot afford to publish it for I lees. The cotton growers must expect to meet they were heavy and clumsy iDTitod.brothers J. O. HA cordially YES. State of New York.it is ordered that aboyI- V ,lotliiiag .

I with misfortune once in a while. They whether in tortoise shell or horn and N.O, named Defendants Charles Strauss and George Call and satisfy yourgelf.
-I- -lu- j H Mnhon be, and they aud each of them are hereby
Gen Bullock in again on duty at are certain to have good years and bad the difficulty remained of making a reliable F. J. VELS. Sec. required to plead answer or demur to the bill ofcomplaint
filed IB this cause on or before the 1st For FrmerfBuil(1".. Pbo.phu
Washington, feeling much rested years. This is one of the bad years. hinge to in such brittle into material.existence This Bradford Lodge, No. 42, F. Si A. M. day of February,A.D. 18Mor the al bill will be :Mar aware! )"i

after his vacation" Mrs Bullock i is Tbe truth is, too much cotton is being teems have-brought .Thursday night bfor the third L tak.nasconesedagainetthem.this order published is further all Btoffi RtntM Cooking I
the heavy Rold silver and steel spectacles Bandar In each month.J. ordered that a copy of Ulrill
: too unwell to accompany him at, produced. and the low price this year J. M. JOHNS. once a-week for thirty dam prior to said date t
JI of our grandfathers. JeWfMdWeekl ,c .1.1.J. above in the Bradford County Tzi- i To suit any taste and any .
K. Sec.
mentione pockl Ah.o
calls attention to tlie over-production in away W.IJaOBT. said
present. '. newspaper published.In u.rnitu.re #
_ ) JORP. weekly I
county. Done and orderea Dy A
v H> that must be heeded. If the cotton COMER L. PEEKATORNBYATLA Fonda kiuds of other House Furnishing Goo :
me this ,
If Bradford intendn do Chinaman Chew OMB. 181.W.T.
county to I growers this year will plant A portion of Wan. NOTABk WKKU

anything for the world's fair, it i is their lands in food crops and give some Seated together m a Broadway car [SEAL] Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Court.Florida.

time thkt she were getting a move attention to stock they will hem a tetter were five (Chinamen all chewing gum. Fire Insurance. I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true
It was evidently their first experiencewith and of the origin! on file in my BEST GOODS LOW ST
counties GLOBE copy PRICES
on her. Other are-' doinjj: financial condition at tbe beginning of this deadly form of dissipation but PROVIDENCE Represents LIVERPOOL WASHINGTON A LONDON, GREENWICH& ,, OmCo crt W. T. WEEKS t
much while Bradford is Clerk of Circuit Court ,
doing [ ]
: and HARTFORD Fire Insurance
next than they have ever been before. SECURITY,
year they were enjoying immensely. They Companies. Choice lot. of Land in town and Jan. 1, 1892. Bradford County, Florida.IN -
nothing. t They will not have to buy .food supplies chewed and champed together and chattered county for sale. -
COURT 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
The Baptist Witness in perhaps and their cotton will bring them what ,I away in their native tongue in the 8TARKE FLORIDA.JneWf State.of CIRCUIT Florida, Bradford County. JOSEPH ECKERT.ni

cash they need. most animated fashion. \V. K. CHEW and F. L. CHEW,)
last now the most fortunate andhappiest The other in the merchants and partners doing Assumpsit. ,
car were
passengers
I
A It is clear that they cannot cultivate PURE CLOUD STRAWBERRYPLANTS business under the firm name I
in the ,
paper state. Itig; mnch interested, >>ad watched the misguided -
Brothers, Suit by
cotton is at its because no will be ready for shipping after Aug. of Chew
present price
.
hearted gentleman at the convention Chinamen The Ah vs.
intently. 5th. 1801. Will deliver at railroad station at r !ttchmelt.A.
is in it. but if reduce their R. ROBENBERGER and S P.SHIRLEY _
profit they In -
the editor send Lawtey order. '
gave $1,000 lo Sins were as oblivious to the other pas- I late partners in the Amount === _
l .50 s- .P-fA'
I From 1,000 pleats al per -I-
600 copies of the paper to as, many I cotton acreage one-third the price next leDgers M if they were tu the fantasyof I 5,000 and over. S25 "1.0 banking business under the I sworn t != \ \ _

Baptist tafrnilies. unaMe) to for it.Florida season will \v satisfactory. They should an opium dream. All orders must be accompanied by Cash. In name of RosenbergerAShirley.J $1 9.( -
pay Starts Mr. C. R. Ensey will reeelre orders for To A R. Rosenberger and S. P.Shirley late partners
MMBK WHMB Bfl B B 1 not fl'gardlhe present condition of flairs By their gesture and gibberish they plants. in the banking business under the name of _ .

world'tfair directory has as destroying all hope of future prospciiV. i'l made it plain to the spectators that they C. H. CI.r.bll Roaenbergel'& Shirley_: =- --.- -- L .
and F.L Chew,
that W.K. Chew
notice
In of .. M. Cb TUKE
$32,000 towards a state exhibit the That would he a great mistake. The I were discussing: the deep mysteries of a .rlll, JL merchants and partners doing business under ,
the slot machine from which they had July 17, 1591. LAWTEY, FLA. the firm name of have instituted I.
.. county commissioners have leen invited present season of gloom will pas* away a suit against you Bothlr. entitled ---.,. :- -

to meet the directory in conference and the cotton growers if the)' will give extracted tho gum. They also discussed Scientific Alerlc as above, and you are required to p'ead ('r demur I. .
the gum itaelf. They would bold it between for to the declaration filedinsaideauiseon or before
a at Tallahassee! on February some attention to food crops*, will lacomemuch their teeth, stretch it out until it Agency April 4th. 1MB. the same being the first Mondayof

17. This"1s expected to enthuse the 1 more independent than they have would break thrust it back into their Judgment said month will and be taken a rule agaiuht day of you this bv Court default.L. .or 1 ,

'," commissioners to the amount of a ever been-Sav. News. mouths chewing/ and chattering all the B. RHODES, -.----
Attorney.
: one mill lew* > a- time. f I,W. T. Weeks clerk ofheclrultcour Flalntit'R in and t 11\\1111':11': \ I\IIIIIIIIII"I\I\\\lm\IIIIIJt"Ililllllll.\ \ ! !
Now Try This.It of
A ministerial looking man sitting opposite for the county Florda.

A fisherman at the mouth of Tampa will cost you nothing and will surely made a gesture of disapproval to do and hereby correct certify that of the the fofgoln Is file in my : ;
copy
I
do goo'l i'\ou IIAVAHcough, coldor !
OAVEATSTRADE
Bay, caught fourteen thousand any you trouble with throat chest or one of the Chinamen. A smile stole into MARksOESION office.Witness hand and seal orgnat1n 1 this ; I-I: fl UAliIliLKeeps : ;

.. mullet at one haul last Monday I lung Dr. King's New Discovery lot the slant eyes of the Celestial as be COPYRIGHTS PATENT etc.* December my 31st,1!! I ( ;

.. one of the largest catches ever made consumption, coughs awl colds is guaranteed topped chewing long enough to remark: [SEAL] W. T.WEEES.
fat demotion and free Handbook write Circuit
Clerk
.. .:.t in that section, and probably in the paid back.to Jive Sufferers relief, or from money La will Grippe bo "{ ifUU'T1.'U1 likee alice same."-New a con for 961 secnrlnK BROADWAY patent Nmw in Amert tOkN Jan. 1, 18.: .$mIN Cou on hand Cream Rye and Graham Bread, Pies and cake

: AI .. Ktate. About one hundred 'of the found it just the thing and under its use :(K Advertiser. the Brerr patent by ten out siren by no tree Is of brought charge before the I CIRCUIT COURT. 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of all kinds. Special Orders prompt! attended ,to.

mullet caught were extra large: six: bad speedy and perfect recovery.and learu TryA Regular Off Duty. plO t of Florida, Bradford County. ____ ____ ____,_ ,__ I ,
sample bottle at our expense I
PENCE
A.
of them measuring more than 26 lot yourself just how good a thing it is. "1 want to show you the effects of con Jeientifie Jmerican WILLIAM YR.ROSESBEROfR. For Sale at the Bakery and at Heiberger fc Richard r

.. inches long and weighing something; Trial bottles tree at W. H. Rivers' drug stant training said a local military en- of scientifle In the &SHIRLEY. ,
Ices than 7 pounds store. Large size 50c and $1. 3Resolutions thusiast. L erlattO any No paper Intelligent defendants in said cause A. R Ro' n- .
Splendidly lutrt. THE .
and Samuel P. Shirley late
.-- man wtbout ly. 3.00 a parners
ot We were standing on Whitehall street Tear; $LM b Address MUNN a OO. In the bank business under the firm name and 3* ,.
:In November the from the Bespeet.The FUBU&HKES.aa wuedwar.Msw Vork style of Ro-enberger & Shirley, and all other per.
exports "You see those two regulars from McPherson -
nnd his cabinet met on -- will take notice that their
southern states were valued at $110-, governor barracks coming this way"said Travelers Hotel. 8onslntert'te. has been Itahf at the prop-suit ;

000,000, and of' this total $:;3,300- Wednesday in respect and passed Jo the the memory following of resolutions the- he, pointing toward two private soldiers The editor of this paper will Slppal of that; the sid plaintiff defendants therein are,hereby required. Pence to enter and = 1. W Mvarez II &; ,10

000 was sent from southern ports.If from the barracks. They wen walkingvery desiring to stop at the Trvders their appearante In said COlr on or before the ( ,
there be left doubters the late elate treasurer. Frauk J. Pons: rapidly, but with aa regular a stepas .Jacksonville which is now conducted on frt Monday of Aprl. A. the same V
any rule
and
entire recuperation of Dixi '8 land Whereas. On the 24th day of Decem though on dross parade. the European and American plan, with and 4th plead day or of demur to the a declaration day hinf ae" Undying

her 1891. lion Frank J. Pons state treafurr "Now watch them. I will give a command tickets good to transfer Passengers and said cause or judgment bv default will be entered f. jo. 1 1-b .5
since the war these figures ought to- Baggage from depot to the against them and their property sold to satisfy -
them. Industrial of Florida. died at his home in the aa they come up and Fll bet cigar any Hotel'bus plaintiff's convince progressin The Travelers does not run a O \
ifc"It's December 3utb 1391.
they instinctively obey
the south is going forward with town of Sanderson in this state and hi*- or baggage wa ron, hut by a. special arrangement THO*. E. B oo. ,

associates in the government desiring to a bet. with the proprietor. .Mr.t Burton Attorney for Plaintiff.I. -. '
Promptly
great leaps and bounds, ata pace Just as they passed us my companion. K. Barrs, we are enabled to save our W. T. Weeks cleric of the circuit court in '
G
before attained tiuce it was express their! sorrow at this event, and to and for the county of Bradford do hereby Teams.i.
never
in a deep, commanding voice said: readers the COSt of tr.Hs't'rs. certify that the above Is Florda. exact "
settled by white men. perpetuate upon their records a testimonial "Fours left: march! COPV of the original notice on file in my office.Witness To Al l" A tended to.

of their esteem of him: as a man and As quick aa a flash the regulars wheeled A HOME FOR SALE. my December.hand and A.seal D. 1891 this the 31st day of I "

Four Illinois dudes, who live at an officer, therefore be it to the curbstone. Then they caught [HEAL W. T. WEEKS. = TIMES. ... .r., '_ Give us a Ci.cca .

: the town of Lacomb, are Bearing HfSulved, that though his death was not themselves, looked around, smiled and The following described property located Jaa. 1, lSCt.8mSheriffs Clerk Circuit Court. .

t : court-pla.ster on their: faces as a reminder unexpected and came to him an the result went on.-Atlanta Constitution.Tb : within the corpoiate limits of the iuC anti nlt tublt.

; -I of that the young woman of lingering disease, yet the grief of his I town of Starke, is offend for sale: Sale.
the defend h r8clf. Curtain Lecture. p Y virtue of a writ of execution Issued out of l
; period can They associates is not the less tit bis untimely I Two Acres of Land ,
-.L '
1) of the
the of
awake court County Judice Bradford
When
Wife- you keep me by float's CarrIage Shop, STARKE, FL A.
made disparaging remarks about a fate. I dated December A. D. 1891
,
well fenced, upon which i is a good well counlor a. 21.
home till I don'tget
'V' but intb Resolved, That in his death while he was not coming morning. \ in the above stat .I have
poor respectable working girl in the midst of a busy and useful life. enough rest. painted and plastered two-story dwelling; levied upon the following described lands a theproperty

4 post office and she went fcr them yet Husband Then don't to excellent well of water bricked from o thedef ndant. Hilly Day vii: One '- _._ ...
M we recognize a Providence inscrutable and why yon go an I.( tin the town ofStarke. Bradford county Florida --- -
E.- ike a thousand of bricks. and ailwise. I deep now my darling, instead of making the clay; good stable and outbuildings. .to-wit: Beginning at the noitheast corner FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAl

floored the lot. Yet there nre peo- Resolved. That in bis loss his associates i yourself more tired by talking m The is list of the Trees of New and Essex. 8teelR. runnl' g we-t on Es.
following a growing sex street 52K fet. thlnce south 80 feet to a
plo who see no good inpbysfcal cult- in the government have but the pleasant much?-New York F'.po'h.The thp point.thence back to New street XX feet, I hen.-e FLORIDA RUIsK LINE. SHORT LiNE.]
companionship a mbn in whom was upon place: point of beginning N W X of SWU of To all in
art for women. 8 f8to points South Middle and West Flon.la, Mobile, New Orleans end the Bout
happily blinded all the elements of truth, largest and heaviest building stone 90 Plum Trees, 18 varieties 2d year l 0 S.R.22 E., and will offer the same Direct connections to all points Northwest andNortbealt. Elegant new coaches. .
for sale to the highest and best for cash,
courage aul fidelity to duty and one who ever quarried in bearing ClieNtuutH 5. 2 varieties blddfr. Rout from Tampa to Cincinnati of sleeper.via .
England was taken from ; Ap in front of the court home in county and Monticello
The Florida world's fair and Thomasville. '
directory in disposition and furnished the state,within the hours of sale the 4
courtesy legal
thePlankington quarry, bear Norwich.iD pies, 6 trees (3 Standard) 3 on Pear ; on TIWK CARD in effect NOT 16, 1891. j
held Pensacola Mon. First of February A. D. 1893
a meeting at on model of the peifcctggcnlleman.Kesolved. Monday
TIII Las csbinet and d' citizens February, 1889. It was in one piece, 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear, the same being the first day of said month and a 3 I 7 ISUUTHER1VIV'.1 j W I 4 10 I 2 l 1\\ES'[ kZ Dl'Z ) 1 I '.r"
and P. A
r' dwf1d Tuesday
Captain without crack or flaw, and weighed over legal sale day. Purchaser payir.jr for titles. 4 0 p 1010 a LT Fernandlna Ar SOOp 94.Sa 8U3p 700aL. Jacksonville Ar 8Wp IS p
Houtitoun! and Mrs. Ellen Call Long and friends ortbe deceased we 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon Property pointed out by plaintiff s attrey. T2OpiI25sLv Callahan Ar 1 45 p 7 30 a IOOSp 73JaL Baldwin Lv 7COplI011214a -
mourn his baa and will cherish; his mem- thirty-five tons. It measured 16 feet 77. choicest varieties Peach 80. large ... 900p-l11aLv Jacksonville Ar 155p 6 30 a 845aAr l LT f28p I ID135a IJa
.' were in attendance. The directory and virlue. Qng. 0 feat high and 8 feet vita. ; Sherf of Bradford County, Florida. 10ip14pLv Baldwin LT 100a SSSa 933aAr k'II1 Lv $45p IN ,.
raise the needed ory elected varieties; Quince 2. Chinese! Jan. 1, 11 lip 17 p Ar .lark* Lvli47a 431. sAc Suwannee 8pg Lv
hope to amount to Resolved. That in ttken of our respect Her Last Cour*. is up .awpArIlia Hawtboraa LT 10 44 a S 87 a 810 a 10 24aAr MadIson Lv 4 44p I430all33pAr .-v1
)have: FJorida: creditably represented for the deceased, the cabinet offices be When I married rar wife ah* bad studied stenography. All the above tree are in bearing molt of a Rail Road I SSlpAr Cilia LvlOUa 244 a Monticello Lv Slp.. -

.. at Chirajjo. Every citizerj of the draped in mourning for thirty days. of them in their second year. Incorporaton 2 12 a 131 344pAr pAr Silver Spring LT Lv I 34 M a a 143 830a 845a 206pAr TanahalsN Lv P 1t 1t .
Resolved, That a of alleliC resolutions Got that down solid then took photography, 343pAr Lvl265p !5 :
tate ought to be interested in this be transmitted copy'to the relations of Mastered that science and alarttxl Kvutfraphy; This place must he seen to b appn'cileel. NOTICE la hereby given*that under and by 4 SO a 706pAr 514pAr600a Homosassa Leesburj Ly LT 7 803s1020p 00 a 10 00 a p Biver Jui>ction Lv 12 08 p 1101630pJ010pAr t.
Pensacola
of the laws of Florida,in such Lv dSOa 1 ,
cases
great move and! give our directors the deceased and also u copy to tbe press AUto the cour>l4.l of n )ear. For further information apply to made and provide. the have form- 54opAr TaTares LT 73.a> S 30p 2 00 a Ar Mobile Lv 110 a C
all the substantial .did possible. for publication. J She;; irusuutlj tonic up a course of theology, ed themselves into a both undersigned politic and 760 a S 36 pAr Apopka Lv bMp 7fOaAr New Orleans Lv 83op650aAr
Fallowed. that uy with a touch of mythology 1)11. A. L. SCOTT, the name and of The corratE.unda 9 00 a 710 P Ar Orlando Lv 6 05 a 4 30 P Montgomery A r 7 85 a
style
Florida tmt-t be there in good shape. (Hot a degree in the line of eoology. LaCrosse and Lake Butler Rail Road Company. 33 a 4 41 p Lv Wildwood LT 8 38 a 12 30 p 115 p Ar Birmingham Ly 3 40 P +
.. No healthy pernon IIwd i fear any dangerous :still her great mlud remaiuod clear Starke, Fla. for the purpossofconstructlng, maintaining a 615 pAr Dade City Lv 8 5 a 10 30 p a Ar Nashville Lv 75 a
Letter. couseqiiom-e! front an attack of .*<>ithe took In a course on the theory of writing operating a line of railroad from the city of 6 7 28 45 a a '825pAr 19 P Ar Plant City LT 5 a 911 p 2 27 a Ar Louisville Lv 12 10 a
\VrtKliington U grippe proporly treated.; It is much Wanted.A Gainesville northward through the county of 1 Tampa LT 50a8JOp 6.VJa/r Cincinnati Lv 750p
Ar
Mp Waldo
I Alachua.to Lake Butler in the LT 1 7 25 a Ar St. Louis Lv 7 35
of Brad
Jan. 19. 1892. county p
Washington. the cold xml
same as a BIcro requires! and the of 231
Soinu lessons points on subject P Ar Gainesville LT 23
few LaJies and Gentlemen a 510 Ar
good t.. ford,and from said city of Ua'aesrille south P Chicago Ly. 15 P F-;
The nicrting: .;f the national democratic! procinrly\ the s.uno trcmment. Remain, fighting, canvass for the GASKELL LITERARY through the counties of Alachua Ma-ion, wAr, 6 20 pAr Cedar Key Lv 83a" 9. 1 tMJWANKKhl\i.KKotj'lfci V j
quietly at home and! take Chamberlain'sCougli K Ion of house building, heating and Trains Woe
;; course Pasco, Hcrnando and HUlaoorough, 1,2,9 and 1C Pullman cars -
committee to lie held here ihh week to lU'inmly sMiiiiecled I for a severe liJbUn, CLUB at a guarantee of $75 00 per month. ClrW.wat1 of Bay. t between Jacksonville and daiy. '3 a Lv JICIMWYlle Ar B85p

decide where the national convention cold und a prompt alllll'ompletrecovery For over her classmates she'd soar. Address Thf capital Tamp said Gainesville, LCf 3.4. 7. 8 dally. 942aLT 8 a Ly Lv 70p ,
JH sure to follow This remedy also counteract" So .ilir entered the oubjcct of steam navigation.Took R. L. BRIGHT, and Lake Butler Rail Road Company is .O .FEKNAMUINA AND CUMBERLANDItOUTE. 10l5aAr Lake City Ly'06 p t
be much interest.'Arrangements Whltesprthge LT
shall leld. is exciting divided into 8,000 shares of J100 each, 881p
any tendency lagrippe to result also instruction In church education ao ly 254 Franklin principal oflce or place of business is _IT I 1 I I M I I 1059aAr Jasper Lv 854p1201pAr
: .: have been perfected by the I AuJ catered the study of impersonation. sChicKgol. GanevUe
; In pneumonia. Among tbe many thousands Alachua county, Florida. 4 S P OSOaLT Jacksonville Ar 2l5p 850 a Valdosta LT BOtp555pAr
local democrats to entertain the committee who have used it during the epidemics ( And blill ahe was longing for more. I. E. WUSUR 1!P 1 JO a Ar Fernandlna Ly 12 46 P a Macon LT 1100a .
of the past two y#.ars we have yet N'cxt nhe Uckltxl the latent great fad. .i- PATET8 O. W. I a P Ar Brunswick Lv 0 00 a 13 io 00 p Ar Atlanta Lv 7 10 a
in true democratic siye.T.tbhingtou __4 a Ar Ly' aj
to learn of a single c.isa; that has not "re- tricity."liriMH Caveats and I'radf-Marku obtained and all Patent J. 8. TWOMET. 4 Chattanooga & v-
would like to have the convention come covered or tbat has rnsulted in pneumonia. -' reform" inatitutea taught her simplicity business conducted for MODERATE FEES. J. R EnniNs. o.l, ,0 and daiy.ForinforaUon .
.
is between 25 and 50 cent bottles for sal. by OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U S. PArENT ClUe L. FILPES.Jan. see local agent, Ticket omce 86 W. Bar -
here, but she regarded as being ought the best way lo encourage felicity.Oh Office aud .e can secure patents in less time 1.1892.-8m Hoganstrect. Jacksonville. street. corner Hogan Depos feel
New York and a western city with the all medicine- dealers... she's as 111U\rl"a book! and at less cost thau those remote from Wash Reward. N. H. PENN1NQTQN. Traffic Manager. A. O. MacDonel, Gn. P. ..T.A
Site at last ended un with a course of phonetics. ington. $150
chances decidedly In favor of New York. Democratic Vult,. !.::1":1 little attention and time to athletics Send moel.drawing, or photo with descrip STATE or I IEXICTTIVE StI

The interest in the meeting of the exec- A great deal is now being siid in the Tliiro..t of her time she gave to magnutlca. ton. Ourfee not if due p till.ttntable patent or t is not secured., free ot FLRIOA.. (fPROCLAMATION GEBRGIA I,
And no.v bhe Is Icaruiug t.> cook! A Little Book "How to Obtain "with BY THE GOVERNOR. SOUTHERN & FLORID!
utlve committee or the national association Patent' Toall
state papers alfcmt harmony and unity in Boston Transcript.. name ot actual clients in Jour county or whom.it may concern:
of democratic club* which is also town,sent free. "THEREA" It has come to my knowledge that
the democratic
,
to essential
us
\party m ti Address.C. a Foster convicted of ,
Workiug fur Tbelr Board. A. SNOW & CO. onl murder Train leaves
be held here this week. is only second to success. The Call and anti Call men Two Opp. Patent Office. WASHINGTON, I). C. has escaped from the jail of Bradford county. Hampton for Macon an<1.
famous philosophers-Menedemus and the custody of the sheriff of said county, on

th.t felt in the meeting of thti national must come iog ther is the try, and some and A8cll'piades-when pursuing their S1' 4R1E HOUSE.A or at large abou., December 8th, A. V. 1891 and remains all points in the North and Northwesat t

.
committee. The for which Ibis advocate
purpose honestly that in the studies
orjranizjttiou
at Athens were enabled to pay Now.therefore, I. Francis P. Fleming.Govern.

'meeting l Micld! IR not made public, further of clu' s and committees tqiial seleclion of for their support wnd schooling by acting first-class Private Hoarding House or of the State of Florida by the power and 6.50 a. m. 'and 8.55 South
m. -
Easy of access to all of the authority vested in me by the constitution and p. .
than that it Is for tbe transaction of l>usineti men of both factions must be mndc, und w millers after school) hours, receiving parts town laws of said *-tate, de hereby offer a reward of
-::: the democratic the munificent sum of thirty-six cents Terms reasonable. ONE HUNDRED AND tU'Y DOLLARS bound 8.55 m. and 6.15
important to clubs of every act indicate that here is an lu'eu- Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Prop. for the arrest and delivery of the said Frank p. a. m.

tbe comity.KeprefienUtivc. liou IIf> terfrct fairness, and. tn hriuir two drachmae) per night. Happily their MAIN STREET. Foster t the 8herf of Bradford county. Sleeping
fellow students In have hereunto set cars on night trains.
upon hearing this, whenot my
Alderson introduced a all elements close together. This it is rais Starke, Florida hand caused the great seal
For
A subscription sufficient t defray expenses noGSm [SEAL] of the State of Florida to be affixed information apply to agents of the ul
or to
resolution in the house for the appointment -. believed, is one of the best method t., company thc'underiign
of these deserving hereunto at the capital,
young -- Talahas.e A. KNAPP
of a committee of seven to. investigate start the campaign work of 18V2. There men- --- this the 21 dav. D..mhr.\ Him C JAMES MENZIES
Detroit Free Press.Bucklen's NEWSPAPERS FREE --- -- -- -- --F : :- ,

the charges of partisanship, mismanagement must be no favoritism exhibited by a FLORIDA._0 1.4a I.'o wOTkj_t.aI for 10 O.QM By the Overor. attest: s-i'iL'EKi Traffic Manager, Macon Ga. Gen. Agent, Palatka, Fla.
and wastefulness which have chairman in tbe selection of Arnica Salve. ,.. ... : ..hlh.IIIbIThJ y. hD I. "secretary of State.
officers
.: and ndi mlmmflt_of na.a.a,. ..*z..J.i.,.,., JOB Jan. I, -
tbe The best salve in the world for outs, nM t..w. rincvU. ,,iiu dM>u wten.f ud Ww t
been made against census bureau. committees from one faction. )Don't show tkm. AI.Jf Mmlru.. p

The rx-cznr: of the house is not to he tbe I least preference fur one faction over sore bruise, letter, sores., nl'era. hand salt raeum.chilMxins fever, IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT. 4TIT JUDICIAL IN COUNTY THE CIRCUIT MTALE OF COURT OF.BRADFORD. \V. H. RIVERSDEALER

allowed to monopolize the role of clown another. All members, of a club stand on corns, and all akin eruptions, and posi- In CIRCUIT Chancery., State of Florida,Bradford County cery. U.D. MINER ,

upon the floor of the present liousc., lie the same level nnd if perfect impartiality tiv is guaranteed ly cures piles to give, or no pay required.natisfactionor It E Strong FIRS NATIONAL vs.BANK or FLORIDA IN-,
r1frrA"t vs.
in the of cannot be bad there will certuuly; be refumJed. Price 25 John J. Bach,Elizabeth Bach and T C. HIPPLE et al. DRUGS
hat a rival person Representative money rents per Joseph J. Cone To George W. Hipp'e. T. C. Hippie in his own AND MEDICINES
Boutelle. "f Maine who WHS so much kicking *ut of the traces, and the breach box. For sale bv W. II. Rivers. IT benz made t appear by the affidavit of J. right and as trustee for H. A. Hippie and for
M.Trub)', that the other unknown .
--- complainant's re persons residing at Lock Watchmakfir
wqrked up in bis mind because the 110use.doph.rd ,, intended to be healed will become wider .PROPE SORJL. MUSINGS.-I've been idenceof the John agent. and Eliza Haven Pa.,and R. W. Mccormick and John and Shoes lElats
I than beth Bach I! unknown and that they are nonresident McCormick,partners doing: business under the
4 -. Representative Holman'd, resolution : ever. :. made to teach my pupils that the earth -* of the state of Florida. and that the firm ninie and style of McCormick Son;A. : : J

against government subsidies of all Two democratic pnrtiesin Florida means is round so long till 1 almost began to believe ldJohnJ.BachandElzbcth Bach are each C. Hopkins and leemoth parnEf& do Clot"
it myself. When I went to Jack- \ year, now upon ing business under the fr name style of ng
- J kinds And Against the appropriation of defeat and disaster to both. Any one can sonsville thinks I. motion of L. B. Rhode solicitor for E. Strong. Hopkins & Weymoth; 11. Cochran.E -and.Gcnts' -
start e tire but few can now Il find nut But complainant, it l-ordered that the above named Pant and Joseph W. Cochran.partners R Jeweler.
for ext.nguich it. do
government money anything except to the track wa flat one end t tie defendants John J Bach and Elizabeth Bach ing busl'l! under the firm name anJ style of
carry on necessary business of the government Louisiana is in a deplorable condition, other and as the earth can't reach much and they and each of them I is hi cby required b Payne,Cochran &Co.; C. A. Mayer and J. A. Furnishing Goods.
fnither than plead. answer or demur to the bill filed in thin Wilson all of whose residences are unknown,
that be tooknipon himself the tusk politically and already fiere is alarm .Tacksnnsville. this proves cause on or before February) 2Uh A D. 1832 or and First National Bank of Lock Haven,PennMlvanla -
about bet vote. The concloos-vcly the earth is as flit as-as- the bill will be taken as confe-sed against them. : DRY GOODS &
.. funny to his lottery question has NOTIONS.
of tnakinz speech case !
: I His further ordered
thatthis you
as am. I tell you gentlemen nothin'lkc order or a copy are hereby ordered and required ana Starke Fla
mind. After serving the house with a .&t've'l'l1lhe party ami a most bitter per- hinstitootes for thereof be published once a week for four con I *er or demur before the seventh t _
: gamin' knowledge. Secutive weeks prior to slid dat,. abo- men March, 1892. to 1 agau Jay o. Having Just I n large stock at
bil
aonal warfare is Exhibt receivl'c
- .. sortofpulpu'itri. made of equr.l parts of being! waged. Wise men tinned In the Bradford Connty TELIR. a court by First oC otherWise the above Roods, are

_ ."'/.-:;r.:: Dickens. Edison's phonograph mul dim.ocratic sec the peril and fear disaster, as the republicans .. grippe Many are persons now who ret'ot'E're from la county weekly,newspaper Florida published in sid BraCord against thealkgationsofthesald you as confessed. *bill wi rla b taken your wants. Give prepared us I call to and supply is--

:' 1';. economy be jumped in over his are orjjanirin j and making over- cough. Chamberlain's Coueh persistent Hem-- Doe, .D.and 1892.ordered by we this W.21st T.day of Janu lished It is further ordered 4(hat this order be pub Largest Assortment .of !I le:t our goods before \Imymg el, \ h,,..
WEEKS, once a week for for consecutive
-. fcttd by hurling anathemas at the democratic tures to the factions. Let there be no Oily will promptly loosen this cough and L. B. HHODY. Clerk Circuit Court. the Bradford County TELERAPH. a newspaper W. H. RIVERS,

because! Mrs. OIiV. Fbwer: did such state of affairs Florida, and sound relive the lunirs, tfTt.tinj a permanenteuro (mp't's Sol. By N- D. WAI CtGHT, published in said county for. Watches Clocks and
patty in a very 25 and 50 cent I [SEAL] p"pt.cik. Witness my hand and the slal the circuit nng8 STARKE. FLA.
Lot find tl.e linen aud china as turned and discreet management ('UIlrevl'lIt it. bottles for 1'le by all medicine dealers. L W. T.WeeLs. clerk ot the circuit court in and court of Bradford .
cuntT.
for Bradford county. do hereby) certify that the [SEAL] this 19th day of iord
OTtr by the retiring bachelor governor as -Metropolis. .. e above and foregoing is a true copy of the orfeina I I J9. Jewelry TEN ; BIIDjronriMmwh to .

fall and complete sic desired them to She. asked her bub if her new gown order Witness nowon file hand In my office. FLE-rCTrTR &WtT Clerk Cirt WUK'Cou I FILL Fatfnte8 PbIL'hffl.am! ).I'mCEN'IS :-
: my and seal of office this 21st day !
be. Boutelle is funny. Subscribe now and get all the :Was pleasing in its bus; of January, A. D. 169* Jan Plaintits. ? : very I I attention
a very A He aid it might please others but W. T. 2 Special given to the repairing SILVER mail orBn Jr.. kit,.
Speaker Crisp thinks be is will enough campaign news. year's subscrip nmde him [SEAL] Clerk Wt. zinesPapers.Letters, and saui..ta
tion only tl. I 1- I feel quite blue. Crcuit Curt. The TELEGRAPH will be of Clocks and Watches. of goods Offering you ole.
is rctome hill duties. : C. I I Cloak Review, B\N. D W JIUOBT 'I sent totray Addres., .t.lnln".J. .nc..
j .. J. J"J. "- addrew for $1 Gird; tr.rk rareonaWe '
,, a yO!] don I ratn. :u:1 AnF" Rl"D.J 3 I.

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; BpfoRD! COUNTY\ TELEGR/PH\ !I m. Mr.the N. T.this Rich, of Olustee, waa-;. children, brought down the house. Viola ALLIANCE SOTESatt..rs : : H. E.. LAGERGIIEN' : ..' '

b' city week. I Wenlejr was acted by Miss Emma tf --
.' Truby H
--; I !( of Intercut to All and LAND SURVEYOfi.
: tarke, }'Ia.j Jan. 22, 1892. Virgie McRae fell out at the door and so natural that she had the sympathy CD Especially to Alliance lUeu.Soblre..or Nfrf !
: ana broke her arm of the entire audience. Miss Sadie Bar- W Deputy County Surveyor..
very badly.Mr CDVl Primer. -
num aa "the bold, bad woman" was per. I What is a sub-treasury? All Lines run from U.S. Surrey Field Note

Local affairs. J. E.J. WainrighUs the happy fection itself. In fact, the play will betr M A wurrhouse where a farmer pawns lib Levelling and Drainage Systems ..Ie.rrf'.all .

.Why buy inferior flour when you father of a fine 10-pound girl. repeating, and. we Join with others in ... cotton. STARKE at this-Offius. FLORIDA.

p4 can ge Swe: t Home at the same Rev. Shanda and family left on urging a repetition at an early date. 1.i.'cf How much docs a farmer get on his ."

'It price at Heiberger & Richard. Tuesday for their new home in Fer- He Brands it a Lie. H cotton pawned at the warehouse?

nandina.Mr. It has to that there is The farm'T gets f 4 out of $5. E. 1,. STKWAHT, )T. 1>.
A full line of paints at come me a reportin M 1 every I ,

: Truby, Sternburg & Co. circulation in the county that I was EGO It Who gets the other one the farmer or !
Wm. Dillaberry I ; "
; came from instrumental in assisting Frank Foster to 1-4 CD i the government? ;
liivtrs" Mor
"Ironclad" Offit'e at Dnry ,
;4 notes for sale! at the Middlebnrg to attend the play last CD -:
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The holds it interest 'tm.T8L
TKLKUEAPU office. escape from the county jail. I want to government to pay for
Friday night. .
say that the person who started or'repeats insurance, loss of weight decline:

Salt-large sacks 90 cents at A man with a big bear created a that report tells a falsehood. 'S J-I. in price in cotton, etc. :

oc9-4t Heiberger & Richa 'e. great degree of amusement on the WM. Trsoif. p.. 03 Who devised the sub-treasury systeml?, TATE POWELL M. 0., '.' i

:. Crockery and glassware cheap at streets Thuraday. 0 CD It wan either a syndicate of politicians.
.
Must have the Telegraph k-f -
Wills & Owens. t ,. ur a syndicate of speculators. I PHYSICIAN AND
.. Rev. J. II. Delavan. Wis., Jan. 11. 1882. .f\J ; SUtjGEOHOfllce .
Coffee 5 lbs. for $1Heiberger at Crosby preached at ...... Vl Can a speculator deposit cotton in the
he Baptist church last EDITOR TELEGRAPH enclose $1 for L
& Richard's. Sunday to > Q sub-treasury? at ....kl..* rg ...re.
I p.
'interested audience. your paper for 1892. act upon the suggestion .
< Nice mounted pictures for sale He can. STARKE FLORIDA
In last number. I am aware that
: Bazar. Little Cosmo How many bales can he deposit in thtsubtreaury' mylStf
eheap at Morgan's Alvarez had the misfortune printers can't live on promiws. : 1

Harness, saddles and bridles at to fall from a horse and I open business every Monday morning TJW CD ? Frazee & Hall
fracture his If he had 160.000.000 he can deposit the
Wills & Owens. right arm. the TELEGRAPH, and am always .
ft by reading 0 .... entire crop. valued at 300,000,000.)

Job printing of all kinds at the Every farmer should get m a good interested in the news from Starke, ...... t-d How can speculators do this? Att'ys and Counsellors at Law, .

t- TBLKGJUPH office._ crop: of meat and bread this year. and hope to he with its good people againfor cro Pociq Say eveiy fourth or teath: county: had a ROOM NO. 1. JONES' B&OClt.

-- The Traveler's Hotel Jacksonville Do it and will a short time in about six weeks. CD t-d ....
in YOU prosper. .... warehouse.! Speculators' with 100.000 STARr.E. IRADFORD CO., FLORIDA. .

L. is the only first-class hotel to Relpectfully.K.N.HoLLllTU.. VI buy cotton, send it to the warehouse, draw8O.OOO And Down.y Build'". cor. Third and
Rev T. R. Holeman
; :" keep open all summer. I will preach iI | ; buy again and send it to the Ctnt.r'trs-. Ftrnandina, F.t.
1D the Orange College next Sunday VI .-7"
f. Saddle horses for ladies and gentlemen morning. All are cordially invited.It For the City's Good. CD VlO c-f p warehouse and draw $84,000; buy again, aaTIa-

: at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s It is our plesant privilege to pub- COSO send it to the warehouse ahd! draw $40.000 .-
CD
stablee. is reported: that the trains into ish the following correspondencebetween t-4 ;buy again. deposit and draw money. CANDY

The best Rio coffee 5 lbs. for $1 Hampton on the G. S. & F. were our far.seeing mayor and p.. and so until the first-named sum would STORE

Heiberger & Richard's.Wies' covered with snow one day last he: progressive S. L. I. A. It is to, CD cover fire times as much of cotton. Mai- ,
at ( B. EXSKV
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week. be hoped that the mayor and ladies ..... gins would not bother him. and he could J. S

rubber boots at be left this battle VI P hold he interest. insurance COB5KK RAIUIOA& AND MAIN BTRXX .
will not to fight so long as paid
Truby Steruburg & Co. Miss Carrie Armstrong, of Memphis c-f ,t .
iI" for the common weal unaided, but f d ; and warehouse dues. In this way'epccu-! STORKS. PLA.Vegcttble
BV M V M* > i M B Tenn. is paying visit to her
a
Fresh! garden seeds atWills friend that they find a generous support: et o lators could corner and control the whole -
and school mate Miss
# & Owens. Strong.Mr. Mary MAJOR'S OFFICE ) t; cotton crop at only one-fifth that amountof Candles, Fruits and
P
} Gents' furnishing goods cheap at Starke, Fla., Jan. 11, 1892. )f money. Summer Drinks.'

:T Wills & Owens. A. B. Cone, wife and daughter 'To the Secretary of Starke Ladies Would the speculators' get half the crop COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CRAM

and Mrs. J. J. Parramore are Improvement! Association: c:+ farmers PAIQNE MIST.
** Rave you tried Sweet Home flour? raised by on shares?

:$ The sales are increasing every day. vIsiting the family of Mr. J. M. MADAM-At the last meeting of "BO Yes, for most of the cotton raised by Agent fur JHtllory Steamship Line.

;t. The best trade uses it. For sale by Johns. our town council I broached the P -. renters is mortgaged to the land owner or oets-am _

Heiberger
.: Fresh oyjsters at Meacharn's every grand treat. It will 'soon be on hand. growing sidewalks.shade and trees CD < warehouse it would be after the speculators -
along
: day. es.ve'our orders_early. All the pretty girls in town are to The council appeared to heartily P CD had bought it.
If half of the cotton raised in L0'
was put
:
The only $2; a day hotel[ in Jack I take part. _ agree with the idea and we have officially 03 'pIa t-i the warehouse, how much would this increase -
:... sonville is The Travelers. Thursday the 28th
Rev. W. S. Richardson and wife, appointed a I the per capita of circulation?

; Hauling of all kinds without de- formerly of the Methodist church of inst. as "arbor day" for the town. c-f ..... Half of the crop is $150.000,000. and 80
Call at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s We to the citizens ener.
hope
lay. this hity, are in town visiting with get O per cent of this is 120000000. There
livery stahiec. ally interested enough for each property
their friends.;
many 0cf pIC are 65.000,000 people hence, you see the
; An elegant line of ladies jackets holder to plant out shade treeson .
p.j would not be increased
The 'c.eiJratpd Peake Sisters will that cfIa. per capita $2.
at Truby, Sternburg &; Co's. day. How much would it take to build
show in this city Feb. 12. There The co-oporation of your associa- cfI. run .

Cucumber pump, best pump in the ire nihe of these talented young la- tion in encouraging and aiding min P o LS and equip the warehouse one year? -IL,-= -
.. market, for sale at o t It would take one-half the value of the
# dies, the world renowned Peake this undertaking is respectfullymd ; CD J. L. GASKINS
Truby, SteYnburg & Co. Bisters. earnestly solicited. The good Pct: c-f entire cotton crop. and we believe it will DEALER IX ,

; Fruits and vegetables cheap at take two-thirds of it-Alliance Echo.
Wills & Owens. Walter Wills has sold his, interestin work you have already accomplishedin I. P. Dru&MedicinesStarkeFIa

the firm of'ills & Owens to Mr our town i is fully appreciated.The The masses of humanity to-day are
Farmers, when come to townfeed from abund- .I Jj: Vl .
you Owen Owens who will continue tinhiiiness benefits arising toiling, and pinching. and saving, from
,
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;- your horse at J. W. Alvarez & as before. Mr.Tills exjiects ince of shade trees along the street c:+ 13- one year's end to the other, and they receive Physicians' Prescriptions
Co.'s fred stable. need cfd Carefully at alt hovrt < tr
into to mention. Compounded ay
.. \ to leave town. i apparent only a miserable' pittance upon
You can save thirty per cent in IJut I would call attention to one 0 which to subsist and nothing is laid aside nJghr

1- labor by useing Snyders oranire! clippers We were shown a giant: stalk of -prcial) feature: In case of flies it : for a rainy day. We see this in our own A Gold Ttateh and $204.

T for sale by Truby, Sternhurp 'obaeco, at least 7 feet tall, grown iften happens that one good shad' .d 4O immediate; neighborhoods-men with fam- That is what every agent receives: who

1 A Company's. out on the muck land. It had ha' ree dues more to aid in t toppmi' a CD : ilies to who barely earn the food gets up n club on our $1 per week plan.
B: p. support Our 14-karat gold filled cases are warranted
q B. L. Ilearn, commission merchant- 10 cultivation. It is now on exhibi general conflagration: than half a they eat. and are unable to procure sufficient for 20 years. Fine Elgin or Walt-

Atlanta, Ga. Fruits and syrupolicitfl. I ion at Dr. Ga kins' drug :-tore. inndred men could do. .... CD clothing to keep them comfortable.The ham movement. Stem wind and set..

);,' _ d 1 18 :Mrs. E. Strong, accompanied h\ his Again work asking your co-operation in O'Q O outlook is dark to them, and that Lady's watch.or To gent's secure size.agents Equal where to we any have$50 :

,. .. A carload of Landreth's celebrated l Miss Mary Strong and ;Miss Carriirmsfong I c* CD their children must inherit nly hardship none, we sell one of the Hunting .Case
'
respectfully,
'*4 ned p- tatoes just received. \ left Wednesday fui, .Very I OQ I- I and toil growing more severe with each Watches for the club price $28 and sendC.
& Co.t COMER L. PEEK, Mayor.R5FLY. I CD 0. D. by with pnvilege of examination -
;' Truby, Sternburg Tampa, Indian river and ot lie- succeeding year. Where shall relief be express
t-i before paying for same.
of interest in. the southeri I t-d found? Will the plutocrat release his
Wagons and wheelbarrows at points Our S. C.
To His Honor the :Mayor, and Coun agent at Heath Spring. guys:
C2P CD
Morgan's Bazar. part of the state. grip on the throat of the toiler, or the "Your watches: take at sight The emtlernan -
Starke
cil of :
P H t-d bondsman grow weary of turning into his who got the-last watch said that
} A new stock of coffins and caskets Theresa.The GENTLEMEN-I am in receipt oi CT- coffers the earnings of his slaves? Shallwe he examined and priced a jeweler'swatches
} at N. J. Jones frosts of late have not"injured an\ I our letter a>king the co-operation p.. tr O in Lancaster that were uo better.
t thing here. .'f the Association in planting shade I-J. w look to the men who have brought than yours. but the price was $45."

t. N. J. Jones has a full stock of Some very fine oranges have been sent rees for the improvement of out degradation and poverty to the toilers to One good reliable agent wanted for.

t funeral supplies, coffins and casket from here of late. ,.ity. I am directed by the Association CDo1 c-f .. remove the burdens they themselves have each place.EMPIRE Write WATCH for particulars.Co., '.%

all Our postmaster's hoUse is completed in that we entirely CD imposed upon them? History lifts its
f at prices. to sy reply : oa Q. 48 and 50 Maiden L ne. New York. 4
i and be has inovtd into it. igree with you in. the matter, and l p.. warning voice, crying from the shores of oct23lyPHOTOGRAPHS.

: I am determined to close out m.\ We are all working hard have no time will cheerfully co-operate with you Ireland an alarm made-! more terrible by .
f. stock of groceries. in grumble: and no reason for it either 0
ill consider best CD contrast with the happy past. Pauper
t J. "1. Hodges. James Phillips has the best straw bcn\. allY way you may t-b .
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Association the old
[ am also requested by the labor prevails throughout countries -
have
latch; of any we seen.
My friends and customers wilt On the 2d ir.st. our friend John Batten to thank you for your public P P t-d tdt and' the tendencies in this country For fine Photographs go tp the ."OldReh

,., find me still selling goods on tin. | trove to the dwelling of his bride. Mis-:; recognition of our work in the past, t II 0 are in the same direction. Aliens are con- M,," rhotojr pher. .

I*, ... north Ride of Main street. I will \Iar)* Brown and the two were united- Lad to say that we will endeavor to ..... stantly securing immense tracts of land in J. M. HENDEKSON.' ,

close out my stock of groceries and holy matrimony. Two days later the.. meet your approval in the future. p.. O'Q 0" O this country. and every effort is being MAIN STREET. BTAHKE. FL.'.. .
made their to their cottage on tin .
and furniture. J. W. Hodges way Respectfully, made to control legislation in the interest
lijll. The night following the boy- O ) Where you/see the Banner ware aercn
C. W. FEARING, SD of the plutocrat. and against the farmer -
t performed their purl of the ceremony hda the strett.H .
tell the -
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Wesley Hodges says, people on resonant utensils of McKinley Sec. pro tern. & o. and laborer. Toiling on. day after day. ..
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that he wants them every onto nvtal with such a hearty good will as to the laborer have allowed these teiass adquart.r. for Picture Pram**.
t to come iround and see what he ha- Irave no doubt in the benedict's mind tha' The February Pansy is a notable nura p< .g. wrongs -
married. We her. The article About Boston which H unnoticed, until now their removal
to about selling goods. He is in he was really and truly L..I. Thin a
say in the old Witkovski wish the new couple all happiness. I concerns itself with the city's historical O 'r- .... will require herculean efforts. The wltest
the store
jewelry of and the article on William IS CAMPAIGN YEAB.
points Interest
c-f counsels muet and
There will be several acres of water- discusses prevail organization

building. melons planted here this season as well a- this great Wordsworth.man and which his works ably, would be P CD N'pi ... ..... .ust be perfected and educated up to the YOU WILL WANT TO KEEP TJ?

: Get your seed and table potatoe- lither things, but no cotton. MOTKSIDF.8.The \ enough to recommend its worth. were P-- 0 needs of the hour. There is no call fornarcly. WITH THE PROCESSION. -

at wholesale prices Early Rose and there no stories by Pansy and l\1arj.rel P The American people linvrwenponn In order the more thoroughly to keep .

; ether prices. Enquire of N. B. Hull City Council. Sidney, and the delightful Baby's Corner all powerful' in the ballot! they pouted must take a .
Pansy U: a Vl you
Mrs. C. M. Livingston.
; at the post office. j jlStfLandrcth's. The new city council is organized with by magazine no family can afford to Uo without > are as yet permitted to cast. It is no Newspaper. \

J seed potatoes $3.25 per R. C. Heiberger as Chairman; finance f 1 n year lOc a number. fJltd P linger question of whether this or that

at Tmby, Sternhurg & Co. .ommittee J. Q. Alvarez. W. T. Weeks.W. Little Men and Women for February a party wins, but human liberty\ at stake, THE: PESACOLA:
parrel II .
to all ho s and
; W. Sapp; Direct committee J. G. Al gives a kindly greeting ) and a revolution must take place in order?

r .- Will sell all winter goods at cost varez. F. R. Morgan. W. W. Sapp; com- girls for a so monthly fortunate visitor.as to have It contains this mugazit Another e that labor may receive the hire of whichIt WEEKLY NEWS

for the next 30 days. mit'ce to revise ordinances: C. L. Peek, L. Voice from the Menagerie, a helpful cTrn CDCD o c-f is deserving. Laboring men-before

: Truby, Sternburg & Co. T. Weeks committee tot natural history story, A Boy and Girl. t; c-f is to the Will keep you fully informed as Natlno&1 \
B. Rhodes, W. ; you a struggle as sure come as
Studio Dolls\ and and State politico will be is ii'*columntcompreliriuirely ) ..
i If you want to buy goods cheap <) repair jail and build fence around the Joker many other and his stories relations us well as jingle and o .....1 CD revolution of the earth. Bare ye your treated. It U an 0

call at Truby, Sternburg & Co. same R. C. Ueiberger. F. R. Morgan, W. verse, which make it a bright, cheerful t-i .0. arm for your work now; to delay means 8-PAGEPAPER .

Il T. Weeks. Jefferson street is or ordered and entertaining number. well set off by ..... Ui the awful arbitrament of force. Wait not

r Program open across railroad. Clerk ordered .to its attractive pictures. Price $1 a year. '- for the resolution born of despair. To- $1.oo A TEAR <

r >. Of to be Bradford held) at Starke.County Saturday Teachers'Jan Institute, 30: purchase a new set of books. lOc February a number.Babyland, rath its bits of o U CD day your blows will be ballots! tomorrowyou Now is the time In Mib cribe. Addrnu.

of and pretty stories. may sow dragon's teeth in furrows ofa TUB NEWS PUB. Co.. -
10 to 11 a. Best method of teathing They Came from Lawtey.A poetry scraps song .
Ellen Davis.I and dainty as the babies uu.0CD present opportunity.-Alliance Mirror.!
t reading. Appointees-Miss number of people from Lawtey came is as charming .- Pelll"cola. FIL.
Breakfast
t
The
Lizzie Newsline.f for which it was made. -
I J."E.Henry J.Peoples WamrlgbtIIlss Miss Eliza Bennett. W. down on Friday to attend" the drama. SOl to IHJ sung and told to baby. Baby'sStory P After two days' consideration by the .. .

?' : W. McDonald. G. M. Weeks. among whom were Mr. E. Q. Hill, wife and Sweetheart's! Bath, will entertain > committee appointed for that purpose at '- 41., ;
and
11 to 12 in. Discussion. Subject Lnd Miss Katie: Hill, Mrs. Sayles, Mrs. and amuse the nursery folks I. Indianapolis the reported unanimously in -- .

,if. Grewth aod culture of child' mind. Mrs. Dr. Todd. Mr. and Mrs. T. Lynck, Mrs. thy will want to hear the told story of times Baby- o : favor of the Ocala demands changing only .
Our Carlo many CD
Colson Miss Almena tenders and
':: A.Leitner.Jones.T.J.B. II.lIartl Allied, McKinney. Peters and MissJJell Peters: They very 50c a year, 5c a number. D. LothropCompany. fIl two words to make the meaning of the Su.bsoribe :for -

.,: Miss Eula Iliers. Sinc'air' Townsend. Miss much enjoyed our show and expressed Boston, publish all the above -CD sub-treasury plank plainer. This) reportwas
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MauL" Colson S. G. Barnett, W. \V. Mc themselves as much pleased.: magazines. _ _ CD ttj:; unanimously adopted by the supreme

Donald. scheme for governmentloans council. Thus we are lure to have a unionof .
1 to 2 Discussion of school troubles Tag Social. Jerry Simpson's t-d .....
p. to farmers upon which he has beenat 0 sentiment throughout the entire nationin '
3 Best method of leaching En- S. L I. A. and friendsof H .
2 to i' Members of the for time is announced to be '
J. B. Hicrs. Tl.omasDekie work some the ranks of the Alliance. north south,
hsh grammar. Mrs. S. Colson, Miss the cause are invited to attend a "TagSocial" about ready to be submitted to congress. o east and west. For the present therefore ;
Oscar! Cone shall issue Q" M
Sin- at the residence of Mrs. S. J. 3e proposes that the counties :; 0'1
Leitupr.
Loca Sweat. Miss Almena bonds to the federal gov- we may settle down to the conclusion that THE TELEGRAPH
Baruett, G. M. evening. Jan. 29th. their corporate
clair Townsend. S. G. Sternbuig. Friday ernment and receive the money at 2 per '. c-f t-t life battle is to be fought on the line of
Weeks. S. G. Garniss. 10 cents. Ice cream and cake. the real estate within .,. {
SuhjectDelStt Tags cent. loan it upon CD o the Ocala platform. The objectors have ..
I 8 to 4 p. Discussion. has been postponed. collect the interest and O
for securing longei terms for the The oyster supper their jurisdiction of the H:; totally failed to present at any time the
r
the
to secretary
F ; \ public schools. Supt Jos. L. Hill, E. G. Regular meeting Monday Jan. 25th at make all payments The county is to become s middleman d K something better" that we have hitherto
r-. J. L Guskins. J. T. Wills, L. B. residence of Mrs. M. L. Johns. trt> Surv. S. :
i" : Hill the between the farmer and the U. Q said that w
Rhodes, J. D. Johns, E. A. Todd. Thos. Crandall---, Clark- &. Hake's.The treasury, and assume responsibilities for I 0 0 CD own plan if it was offered to us. But Nil I
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Vekle.j. bad
Those who pay -
4- Clark & Hake minstrels the borrowers. prove CD ;J those those! who fur one
OP LITERARY SOCIETY. Crandall, objectors were .
PROGRAM their debts paid for them ai .
will have ONE DOLLAR A YEAH.
7 p. Music.\ Oration, WV. Mc- last Saturday night was a treat to the cit- expense. It is a ttrst-class schemeto .W' Od reason or another are satisfied with the' ._ :
county
t"'..v Donald recitation.; recitation.Miss Miss Maud Almena Colson Leitnei; es; izens of Starke. It was first-class performance bankrupt state counties and farmers.! EDti > present state of things. it is hardly to be .1
music
I ; and one of the that would furnish more
Mrs. A. Jones; declamation. Oscar in every respect Specimen Cases. .. supposed they a

t"y;, qone (Subjects to be selected by ap- best of its kind. Messrs. Crandall and S. H. Clifford, New C'assel Wla., was -' \efficient remedy for the ills of the farmer

t').' pointeeL) Clark acted the negro to perfection and troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism than the plan organized by the Farmers' .- ,

-. .p.f.-II..-ail.-!.! is the best contortionist that his Stomach was (disordered. his .. rt:1 Alliance.-Peninsula Farmer. FOUTZ
Hake ::1
Debate., Question--Resolved. That the Mr. Liver was affected to an alarming degree HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
education of the sexes ehoi'ld be equal has ever visited StAtkc. S appetite fell away, and he WI\ terribly ..A C+ STATE OF OHIO. City Toledo, ) M.
.. p- Affirmative, W.V.. McDonald. Henry reduced in flesh and strength. Three "'t Lncas County. J}
J. H. Col oa. Negative. T. B. I The Stolen Will." I II bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. .... FRANK: J. CHENEY makes oath that he
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J HarTig.Peoples A. J. McKinney. S. C..Townsend The drama on Friday night. "The Stolen -, Edward Sbeph rd, Harrisburg of 8 ,years IU. CD WJ tll the senior partner of the firm of F. J. s.
his lefc
running sore on
earnestly bad a Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
is ]I I
teacher in the county the young of Electric .
Every by bottles
.s- Teachers from adjoining Will, was performed standing. Used three H of Toledo, county and state aforesaid
a.-. requested to attend. invited people as nicely and correctly as if they Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen'sArnica CK3OQ and that said firm will pay the Hum of .
and
are cordially his leg is sound O
counties Salve and
The characterswere ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each: Ho HOBS* wfll SCUKLL.jsr old thespians had
F. O been Ohio, '
bad Catawba .
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'>:"; : well..John Speaker 0 and every cue Catarrh thatranno* 1e' If Fontrt powet.ed la tiie. -
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; of the all carried out to perfection. Mrs. five large fever sores mi his leg, doctors ... t-d cured by the uneof. Hall's 'ntirrh, Cure. Footrt Footzl Powder*will..ir-.nrt prrrtat...Hoe. CIte...... S
W. Reed propri or One bottle Electric Howrtf will piwvent G. TV Fcvia.
Mr. C. rablo.
; credit for her faith- Maid he was incu FRANK J. ('ii KN ST. Foaui Powiten .
the finest deserves great S will tnrrrvt the qnuutr or Milk :
of O
Truby
t-;.. : Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one I Bitters and on box Bucklen's Arnica P Sworn to before me and Buhad in sad ereun twentr per c nu ud m"*DM Iud buns..fInI '*!
and modern hotels in the west, says fulness in training them. cured him entirely. Sold by rweetFoatrt .
: new "''We Salve vi my presence this 6th day of l)e<*em her, Powderwinm. '
RPtnedy 3 erprrrtnt aJa s( nI t
"' .( Chamberlain's Cough for; Chip Winkle E&q. a long. lank coun- W. H. Rivera drug store ( A. D. '8X0. A. W. ULKASOX. DrP. to which How ud-rikttl we *nb) et. .." .. _.
; have used it in our. family years was perfect. I CD ?SEAL] Notary Publlo Forrr Pownna wiu..IT. a.". n..
: Mr. C. R. Enpey .
., with the meet uatiBfai tory result especially try boy by 1 Alaska is making a strong bid for rec''I VI Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internallyand labs svsrywb.rs.DAYIDLOUT.p.p
for our children, for colds and ('roup.It Deacon Tuff, by Mr. Meacham. was well and ppSIti 1tet.p UP the ,...... .
':::. besides it is ognition, may ]|v. 0 acts directly npon the blood and( ;""
can be depended upm; Enwright. a for- isadmiKed to the state XALTXXOX lIDo,
free acted. Hon. Edward agitation until she Jnul'Ous..urace of the 'system. Send <
4 .- pleiaantto take and seems to be the from there tell of at:: c-f testimonial i'41.lvr F"r.lebv Tnibv.M'rflhairf .." _
_. traveler. by Mr. DcDonald, was hood. Late reports \ S for free. _ _- : iV
I. from chloroform and the oily B".1"18"08 eign Joe uprising growing out of dispute over tbit 0 F. J. CURVET tCo.: Toledo. O -:. -iTvs --.k
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m. LAUD OF ""FLOAVERS. r amlual f picnic at the res1dencef'. J. J. |'1LLUNCE DEPARTMENT.The .' 1 it is now. Logic- has brought me to i 1 till they can or will' not stand it any METHODIST APPOINTMENTS. .NEWSPAPERS AND NEWS PA .j
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:Banta on New Year's J. PER EDITORS. .
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lTST- NEW FROM, OUR_ STATE ensuing wclet'Jrfdent. Austin an order has not not have believed two months ago, and might and jub off this parasite... They Distribution Made of the Ministers for The St. Lords Republic; ; ia out In a 'r

.1.1 was reflected next AlUc a whenever I meet with one.of endure it for thirty Year. .
:EXCHANGE.CONDENSED. secretary. ThQ {sought have 'influence my poor. might twenty or the Ensuing new dress for the new year.
politic
i meeting will',be held at the residenceof any ignorant fellow-citizens, who says that years, but they never .have endured it Tallahassee district-lresidiug--

i! Itwas of Interest from s Parts of For ,E. O. Painter on Jan. 3, 1&'. in 1892, or at any other time, ex- he LJ satisfied with this and wants it to longer in this counlr/ My countrymen der :E. J. Holmes.'l'allahassee'V.lf.. The Denver Republic donned a ne v =

Officials of the Western railway at ce A as an educator. That is its legitImate Poage. dress on New Year's day. -
da, F enter Readable Shape"toSuit stay as it Is I feel like wora J than cursing it is time now that you was wakingup
h. Tavares were greatly astonished a dayor field, and the only one it has Leon circuit-/. W. Moore. Mr. Evan P. Howe is the '
the Header-Matters. of two ago to rind that a force of hand ever claimed. Trae who did I feel like kicking, and that pretty to the oppressions of this monstrous 3Ionticello-S. C. Bradford. president
people
Press Club. _
Atlanta .
little had been sent there by the Jacksonville hard, an! I feel like tho old fellow did s s'em. It will-83on be thirty years Jefferson circuit-I. S.Patterson. of the <

'. anel Important Interest t You Tampa and Key West railroad, not understand. th3 order or. its objects, that was hauling his apples to town to since it was fastnel up5n you. Wakeye Madison and Ellavilll.-U. D. The Norforlk Virginian office recen

'CoUlAiino, re-elected city who took out the of the former and eooia who desired to purposely took fire'and sustained a damage .
(1. f'ug sell. There was: a C5niderablo grade he Arouse ytar.d! throw off this Turner.
atoreyof Orlando.The road crossing the later on the new uUrepresant the ordtr, have always Madison circuit-AY. 1. 1;. Robart. 18000.
(nick leading to A had to go up as he entereJ town, and yok War. HICKSOX. I Greenville-It.; M. .
and
tht said its ultimate Mosely Hall
of Orlando la\'tui
6luhc Guard will formOou'd new
: may. result. D thoso bad town boys hopped on his (TO BE co 'Usmw.) Williams. The South Dakota, as well as the "'
their ball Feb.
give llrst annual fl. Bit those
pohticabparty. w.h.0 understand '
The venerable Bishop Whipple, of wagon and began throwing th3 applesout Taylor niission-T. M. hite.Waukeeuah Michigan Preps Association, ij amnjng -' ". .
The Ponce d Leon and the Sail the order and thoe who
( Minnesota[ now at his beautiful homein are behind, and he locked back just in WAsu1oroN JMn. 11.-Consul Gen- circuit-J.W.Bradford. for a trip through the sunny South. '
hotels at Jacksonville ,, ,
Mar 'i open Maitland, j is writing some very in- friendly t it, s vy not, and have al gays down the Wakulla circuit-J. S. Barnett. ,
n. time to see hU apples rolling eral Crawfoid of S has must have
Petersburg
a
circuit-C. B. Ames. Newspapers care. AII-
tei'ewting sketches of the Indians in said so, and their evideQca'te better Concord ?
Orado"beat St.Augustine in tin in- )Hnuef for the Youths' Companion than the other; in fact ic ii a *hime bill anil the boys a ebouting. His first ent to the D.-par'mant of State a rtp>rt Midway mis..ion-'V. J. Ura). Indiana judge has decided it to bo libel

qt base hhl at rla loWeney the last being air illustrated thought wcs to go to cursing, and hen I on the system now in use in R losia (iep- Quincy-F. It. Bridges. ous to advertise a delinquent debtor.
and for to make
by a'R'f 7 to -4. sketch of "Good Thuiide," the whiteman's a diegrace any ole be bethought him e'f that he could! not I resenting certain plans incorporated in (:Jaibdeu circuit-S. S. Armnistead.Lilcrty .
such exhibition: of to Beers. The Tallabasaeean announces that it
Mr. Laubackj'a German gardener : friend an Indian chief who an prejudice as mil'\.ion-John
to so he
the.occa-ion
d ,
all t
at ) jt1'.tic.) the platform of the Farmer Alliance In
of Orlando, while picking oranges ft.O in tho late war with Gen. H, take the pcsMicn: that he will only believe Apalachicola L. Honiker. enters tbe now year with a good financial

:rhudayit an eye bv. a limb breaking Siuley in the west, and who became a that of" this or.ler which comes drove along and siid no more about it. this country) of making advances to Live Oak district-Presiding ElderA. and with bright prospects for ihefu'ure. ,I

and striking. it. member of the G. A. It. after the sur My good friends, excuse the evil mood farmers' grain s'ored in warehouses or A. Barnett.
from its enemies tloss who know ,
-
or Laud
The Lcesburg I is one of render. that I am overtaking: in, but there are delivered to officials of the railways of Live Oak and mh.iou-T. (1. .
Cmmeriall nothing of it. Yet such is often the one. to be supplied. Th's; has been a v the neatly in the clreu' 'lstl1r.c- that are to) overpowering -
mot Officer Holland arrested two suspi- some the
readiugmatter writ- caee. Tee solemn declarations of the country. Jasper circuit-A. .r. Daiger. year for.that oil Uiy, the New YokTiibune.
8Uth i8'w1 ious but dressed strangers on for our r human nitur1.I .
px Mr. Crawford the alvances mis.ion-l. J.
wel on and
well telet{ Bay street Jacksonville Monday. ml'lious of membership, the oft.repeat- says White Springs She is n )w sco'dint: the Oourt
> al) alo to explain so
have tried
'g be nv.da railroad B J.l.l K'Pass.AVelhorne .
A largo number of electric light He searched them and found several ed editorial expression! of the National grain may by any va us, ''. W aters. of Appeals and miklnsc] herself: generally
this that i wouldrea circuit-J.
wire been btrung at DeLand. aiul watches, valuable diamonds and .several Economist, the only national official fully bow all come', ; company on account of the ImperialBank O'Brien circuit-J S. Collier. i agreeabV. Th-- *>:M s-ins>ter i ii forty
is be hundred dollars in IEC' m the work cf sup rcro ption of Russia authorized the \ :
that the They
hoped lightwill money. by ministry
organ, are & studiously avo'ded: and Branford circuit J. B. Davis. years behind her vivacious: and ppri4hUy
turned on within I few days. were arrested for carrying concealed 1 to at*( mt any "fu-lbcr exp'aaation! or of finance. They must not exceed 'ircuit-J. B. Abbott. .
.
I i 10w'cainao that a bloody shirt weapon, and in searching them found IUppreEed t give puce to the ile or enforcement If arguoaent. It U plain 60 per cent. of the va'ua cf the grain in Lafayette Newuansville circuit-T. B. Rey- contempra!i. -

) Jenkins colored, the abovealuable. They gave their vicious routing of those who in the th inkers contract- nolds.Columbia. Tae Chicago HtnM! H ?in i ii-- r.twj
tbat it done ly 1
is the nearest market ia .
place, CSS'3 '
James Morrison and John except
the murderer at the Pad names as face of all this pf resist in a's rtieg that circuit H. Scott. home and now has 00; the m-jpt
arC Singleton but these lug their circulati' m. of loans for six le. when
weeksor '
names are sup- e, an
l been found.
has
the object of the ALiance is to form a Lake J. A. Caste
wo City- elegant equipped es'ablnS-fnonts! the
to fictitious. who ii their ilOl1't m
;:O I have ire" somo 80 cant advance be obtained. Me\raiiii U.
Abut$ OO( will go to the cou-jtriK- } new party. This is unfair, per may Corinth miS1ion-'V.. i
polit'cal th.*
Is of
( the new college buildings at A fire broke out Bund:1 morning in unkind and and iiint brj attended rauce, mid that th"y wer satUfi >d Rra, The u
DeLand, IhcgcneroustlonationofMrs.J. I :1 warehouse belonging to George Fermi unjust, di I rot w.. nt a change, aid I have mt't ii aivancd with further small Jake Butler mi".ion-C. C. Temple. new "papers of the countrv. and its puh- ,

1)Stetson to the Stetson University. d at anforcl The warehouse is with the legitimate fruits of VIDe who have hal the liar 'Ihuo'CO of fund and tarkt'I'ixton.. lislur, Mr. J.s. W So tt. ta pr.:ljpto1

The Cracker fat; train "jtuatcd tlur railroad track and such evil acts. charges on account a .inking I -alelo-Eo Wilson.Br .. the I.ir'i i e.in-e''
Flying a new the figures 1 hwe gi.etT'tJ.fythought "coun'ry p ; Tilt
deny commissions to .!'. The loans ;
vas filled with sash, doors and blinds Third )Is-a fu duiiental distinction -s. at Tampa, Monday, promptly To bnh II rail I las ro -tr-ire-s st tro-t! .ii i.
arh.l'd were ni1: true. 3
The[ lire department was called out they from dix 'h and S. C. 'Butler.Conference :
making the run from Jaek- to be made in regard to the Alliance ran 14 e mon to one fear, ..
( :nid to the alarm. these cla-s's I would siy: If il Colporteur-R. H. Bar- io/S, are op l : n in :h rouutry t-clit.)): I
nonville and
to Tampa in S hou : f'pondeprompty they are no rc p> at theirVxpirationthe .
enforce its demands
flames were effort to by IfgU Ova lii* net t. Mr. Scott id thci) ..* pul.r! .-hio-iu
f :
minutes, 3 according to M-hcdulo. .At'r 1 Ipiri1 "Examine for yoiri > is ell auction the railro ;
< grain at by '
: ElderW. ]
I building was saved lation and by ballot.: The Al Unco is Gainesville district-l'reloJcltug
IHI i i-in. Tin tli Unit.o cf! St" s.IL .
The Apalachicola Gun Club \\a mittir a tIi-roigti ii1Votiga ;
d Grab al.o be sold
(1-
from destruction. A of the contents cotnp-iny. may F. Norton.
ranized last by the election of part distinctively a farmers' organization, aid J. f .c.1| '. .1 1 [ '
week : : was also savcu. Tlie damage fact "an-1 the figure hre o xvant if In deterioration, or if it id feared thai (lainesville and miosion-J. )E. Pike, U' ?..

r>r. M. T. Alexander a<* president, and done will amount to about $700.) and as tuch cau never' bi a politied il>y ire as acci ssible to you .is Pc y :1.'e the value wi 1 not cover the ban and expense one to be supplied F. M. Hartnian. has :* sirar! g.' iiti: ;' U ilt> '1-tr.I, an.1
B. J. Johnson as are It is force to
"l.f'talThtre party. a great reserve
They ne ea-ily had by any one Archer CI'l'uit-.1.! C. Iny.Lew is likely to bo put in th.J.! F nu-r
those who to ne
of The
inl'mlJl'rl in the club. ]d.anl HeeO'd: Many of .1-snag.*. railro id CJinpaIJUB -
bOUtlfl'l1 wh'ch this! of
great body produce's can mis ion-A. )I. Maun.
bearing in this section are whown tike the trouble to g't lhir. > McK'-nze; Ctfl ;.n ..11.ho.. w. ichiC41lo t
groves e
F. I
The Noble linn., erstwhile Robert 1ayl apply for united strength t ) n.eat ev 1 bear i he entire rmponsibi for the Broil on and Cedar Key --W. .S.Riehanlson. .
out of other and center
*William .S. Noble) have purchased pliuA IIinl' The govel nment an I the hunkers theiilvts : D..Iblin. t'u'lIi"r! v r\ H.el-a
i bank .
loan I.y tho and are required to
.
I I their attention the in form bit espachiliy evl that
: s .
the complete job department of the ni anetme ) any give th riuihit, I hnvj given Melrose 'irl'uit-'r. .. Phillips. old, in fact tha-'. !I.. ..s- n .t. -' r.i i-i
t their liabilities w.thm
for the : mete scion days
see
eflltct thtm class. Oa this
at and groves all It Jv sIt .
AgrirulturNt ILMuc ( ail hast lo < to tir.anl Itochelleand Hawthorne-E. F. Ley. f facdi\J.I-.H !!-. e-i f ..f
them than in to and you o > < a fir > ; r tve
more anything yu uf settlement of !Iota auctioa rale] of .
hu JIII'in a or
will in the future '(' .- has to it pr.'llJrtlOtitiol W. Inn-
grown circuit C.
) <.ls( they can turn their hands to. Olour.se gre ; tb'i real I thnIt tnv-' gre i Orange Springs journal ,i.lllnt f',. J.<>i8' .v.nToiloi
ttess.Hyd object is ju-ticf, ri ht and iqaity grain. Id hlcuLting ho poi.-3ntag') of man.
such have been well fed ; '
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B. Stiirdivant Thursday, ivt'Hved 1'O.tS thm ju and cared for and they will Since it has become *o great, it has in coat traai! >ort to )1iUlOpV-.1.
pay every
uuthcntiiMiuroe th'u 'hing a 1-ttlo this Millwood .. A. How- th\ h' ; IIr.! ,',II
a telegram an Let us IOat and mission- pl.l n.. lJfRu "f'i g'et
fl'01 obtained of dehtin ilion i it
1 time if the box
even price per a certain sense beconio populir, arid point > charged us part
Unit money was on the way toTallahassee } I In iii i. mind t'li'! wicked *
less than one dollar.Fernandiiia :!vufi .f at IHrgat
of the loan N. Jl-lintiozi is
made b.-
to pa\'fltr the the i there are many-who advocate Its doctrine W33The I >
R. A.
c.htof Citra- Holloway. : "
I.
lalua of produ-Bof evety In "critter t't.tod l D- 'Vn: ii jciit-
jour ;
Georgia Florida and and rail- lIn.ur: Tlie cut in the ?, not because thcy uudeistatd cween farmers Hid mkUlltmrn in making Anthony-W. S. Shoemaker
road and to to of seriously nfi'ccting kind are fch .ut $6,000,000 00). Tne indebted Ol'ala-j. at. whenever t>f- hi-lc.--i 'r'g u- the 8"P
(complete i Perry. I".i11 ( O.yttl'lis and believe in them, but for purposes advance, t.'i" I J\n be'ng m-ideonlv B. Ley.
that industry. They are now n--ss of aU th<3 fitalcs 111\1 t:1 rito.t1&.1 Cotton Plant-C.. Claridy.] eatirg hor:e. r.M for t n i if n CUD,JeJ fe ifrgt i-
Georgo Ztllholicr, of Grand Island, of their own. it makes no d'JTrence oa the gra n.
at about one-half what
selling they are $181,805.690. U e indtb'cdness of Suinnierfield 1 in iS.4i011-S. A. MeCook. ho wants daiir-'g-i U> tf:e aTnou.it of
of the
'cs of the directors
one company brought last and there is n<) what those purposes may be, whetherfor In c .nciuaion! the c wsul T.crtl whith a capital stock of 100,4)00) that year our lirgrr cit s are over f 2 13 000 000. i2 d(0 lIe is d ''<-rmi! 1".1 to ni tSe 'i:gof
( money in the husinl: We fear thatthl' personal]ad v.u;e-rineu t, for'ti L esike Fein mo went iii'n Ift-c Jun } ll20 Wildwood ('I reuit-B.:T. Mison.Siimter .
la going to'lmt out a :00wrcintH1 Tae private aide' t doeis i f indviduiUI ; edb.Jr eick '
made for the :
cut -
at Grand Island) early thl ('nTin was express purpose of defeat lug un enemy, for the sake of 1888, an-1 a' t '-. (.. A yit day it is generally l'l'uit-J. R. Taylor.Mann u. .
of breaking down the new factories : do n >t know exactly, but I ". ill gue-s field mission-J. L. Jone
B. Kiflin" M .
Mo .
'ear. in Georgia, South Carolina, Ala starting a new political party; the Alliance thpm to be $l.COl.OOOOOO, although a !OVtcJ tLroughout the count y, Jacksonville ctotrirt-Prc.'sictiJlg h Eld- George, J"J ,
and Florida.It result in a as an; organization is not I\fjd business u carried and wb hi-1 5t' t t"l wirittriri;
John .young man 1eik- lama may re- on undtrjt on av.ry T. ,\ Tomkies.JackonvilleMcTyeiro.
He'I'elnt. : b3 vi deal m -re. Putting
Jug iu pharmacy at Punt temporary .hut-down, but will not soossibld] for their acts or their they may a t o largo EC- Jo. I t-h mU also add that )Memorial Ocala, 0.; i.s ro-j:' sich ; 1 1c r nii-,-sj in

Gorda, while examining a revolver "\'CC.'el the object intended. ape chefl. Then men who advocatethe aU thls? tlings to,ither it will aproxi- the scheme gives great satisfaction to J. B. Anderson. Arizfn'S'lIC of l.i* .!lrf ii >'ri.-g;ng

Jawt Saturday handled.: toy a little mite the huge total d $9 00 000000.. Jacksonville St. )IatthcwsX..
too : when went oil'and the Lieut. 1. )[. T. Partejlo) Fifth Into de'nacd solely to put a thorn in tie} farmer*, very m .ny f whom dec'are h'm $3 a pan!. Ir 1- '1m':1 a, r.o.) t as
carelessly, i {T. S. A. the crack shot These products nr : to be niovel!, theyare Conolv.Jacksonville.
n try, < .
ball took in hi oCtw tbe side of existing po.itical parties it has been an essential feature of Florid! i phoor.tlti 1a-i I 11 f'l"t haves
arm.Wednesday : lucceF8ful Riverside-)[. H. Cut-
(th.t : army, writes to the American ( to be marketed, and all these debts ,.
and J ieu ):nf of Ei! ; r K'I I! :' u !t'i. H *
form a nu: < for the organization firming in Russia I.j
that he is at Inlet
about 0 rail Chicago
] Mosquito ,
o'c.loCk a are to be paid. I) it reasonable to sup. land.Dtival .
and wind .tcll; or cyclone) ,struck thC Fla.j here he is enjoying the litiestkind : of A thir.l party, are acting entire- mil circulation mission-J. W. 1'orter. Lts rt let ch-tit for ", fli" gn w io; a 1I

town Tavares, blowing the roof on.Terr'f of sea bass fishing. "I caught," ly indei i e-ideut of the Alliance mid pope that our now-f xiatin A meet i i.ij haa been called '0* p"l- Fernandiiia F. Shands. w- have him on-ui- ;MI:! r-
lie ; Dec.I I of $;4 1,000 OCO: is 8uf1 d. cl: forth Callahan drl'uit-F. ). C. IvuK -- .
house the out 126-pounder on ,
grain wjndows fays, 1802, for the o'
coufe
while they iujuro the true educational mary purpose -
Central and Peninsular which fought lkead nwn, and wishVOl may demands of such lir,.e v\ n". It Kings Ferry and Chelser-N. R. KILLING AT MICANOPY.

othl Floria, toJ( up thii14g11'rahh'. could] on your hook. work of the Alliance, it cannot woud! demand stupendous en.deuce to lug with all organizitions 0'I. j P' ) luc- Hamcr.Mandarin. --

I learned, for the first time, that set afford to oppose them. Its d..1Jl"Luds tri willing to co opera' with he r.leraud circuit-J.N. Jones. A Negro Kills Policeman Chitty in
Louis a load of turkey bel'eve it. I CDrfo, although I ha 8larlmwn. ilt.el basi first strike the bait with their agreeing on : !' dun
fihot tai once promulgvted, are public property si ? n:das all Cold Blood.
LrotllJ.inawnnd asa 'uoui'y! I sm .
jind] then grab which was ( tbn subject Philips.Palatka
mother nt Tampa Wednesday to me."i, and any third p rty man has as not fuft ..!ientl in ec1 owls to ted ar o wiling to endorse, ud to cl c'de -.\. E.: Houeholder.West O<- up
night for attempting to break into his "urlris much ri,ht to use them as a rallying / on the ujethol of enfort-i-i" 'h Be demnndu Putnam mission, (.. F. Black M oriav nur'n' r pvva'1-er elrt'N
house to hi wife face hi At Tampa Saturday afternoon a how much circ-ilati *oalI I ie ne s-
a' whose .
: oil This is perfectly r'glit' : and but iii. .
has denounce
.PIJl' as party man to
cry any n lrr ritJiub-r of p.op' to1ic'I1.: -
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had ahluptv condense young man from Pasco county, driving eary to meat the dcrr.Hn''s of su h hne St. Augustine anil Moultine mission
wih the atid tho Al:iauce propar. It; could not bo said that! the
shoulr
out with his best his
milk can.John gir ran over a values. But a men R. hu )1 boy ctn sre -C. A. Fuhvood.Fruitland nrJpy to winf--i .t.tririr f- sits. v
at the of Franklin not be held demai.d< hal the endors.nneut of the
stranger more reFpomibie for
{ any circuit I. Rider.Volusia I1i's I' hlifIi4Jf
1) Stetson, of Philadelphia, tile disproportion il-8t e xi "S Iwtneon fl'gt.) rantIJ; i-i loa;
hat nianufact his and Lafayette streets. Marshal llal the one than the other The object of pe-)i le unlfs they come fioru: (dele circuit-I). 1) Marlick.
accoinpanfcd by chased the man about nine them now. Tie cru'e"t htvs-el t c.t cfllciU rtfi-J h i.b'V.siriin hy movlniramong ;
family and retinue, has arrival at his young the Alliincd is rlgh% jastiea Mid eqiily gates eietd by the people an i ins'rueUd Halifax River mis"ion-H S. Miller.
Franklin and took ; sifliM i nt
squares up th'l.t see that tie irculaijj s not Sanford-T. ,Yo Moore.Tittisville tin v-hi'n, a'nimvh 'in
winter home at Ik'lauil. and its njsion nev r will be on those tHJ uts. The time
JiIIl1l'Sence him the of fast hut .accomplished -
on charge driving
,
had now.Th's. t I mission-.\. I). Penney.Indian were a numbt; of l toditv, v.t' -n (r.JttT .
1l,1 n'lliltl', h becoming convinced that the mater: while there is wron? to hemet is not all Mr. No-.vood i i hsgKat I.iterv "idug between the notice and River mission-J. 'V.Ha t. '
ion. d l him
orde'r lt CiiitJy > ioI.coT-tt.'i: as t
%
.ppl.pie ) accidental released him.
was
or evil to be righted. Partiai ia last N )re IIl.t'r !t. fore the meeting gives ample! time for such I/ike Worth mis..iem-To be olIpptil.e -
speech
Mrs. Haulon, wife of the captain of jured party was cut up somewhat bj election t. to .ith !rHwhIh xaj!-j t'e: no zro
I
J the Havauah Mascotte, who wheels i but not seriously hurt'The politics never cau be an object d the the Ceirsia; ]i'sla u e, a .yi LI! at Jin instruction. The demands
steaipcr : Principal at Duval light School-F. very angry, ar.sl JM wiitalr.-w 'iil
would
had her foot so horribly crushed by a youth .(Wet the doctor's bill.Marianna Alliance No true Alliance man can comptroller currency i.taT that: this "e amount to nothing unless seme Pasco.v

.train at 'Tampa Thursday, that it had Times-Courier: Considerable afford toaivocate the demand4 for th. now $12J>.O O.GO in nalio-nl bink plan or power of cnfo.-cinic them is Orlawloc1i trict-Prl'itling Elelt'r, '1'. jot umoijjf his ,>',VIp >*.ior ho nuido

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ft> bo amputated sit midnight, cli.c interest has been tkl1 in thc' sake of forming a now political![ 1 party. notes circulrion, and JI- L. L known to -iist. B .t many tear that J. Nixon. dire threats against Mr. Chitty} lif; :.

from her injury Friday morning. preliminary trial before Justice B. T. There is no reison why anew party PoUr, In his great spotch de' verj,l inIndiatipti" the p'au for forcing the demands Orlando--B. K. Thrower, G. Taylor Later it s'ew t that Mr. Chatty escorted

IEx.GonU, of Alabama, has Weeks and W. H. Kimbell, of ChioieAolams would be any better than an o'd one,, in November ?ast, gins woa'd: be H third party Such fears supernumerary. a yo"ng lady to U-1 otvuenf
been visiting son-in-law, ('iI.Troy, charged, together with Buck Oviedo and f.1\eva-.T.: E. Penney.
of louit, Llkl near Euf.. Go,". Hall mil Scab Espy, with the murde except to be devot-d to better ohj cts uttrr'xno to the sa.no 'act. This shows are undless, l.pcmso should that Maitland mi.iou-E. K. Whiddeti.Kissimmee attra'i'inf' wt n s line colon? \\-n- I

nl hale and hearty ever, of John K. Ely, Jr.,on Dec. 9. Adams and methods Par'y, t'urafore, can that it is ?ha p'>liry of the bnnkera to coura-i be pursued there Id no ground -H. Hiee, men j HtCt: a'alr,1! his p rt, u, lu _I I

and although over 70 yeans of wqs arrested by Robert Siuson in Alabama nov. r be an object; it may ba meth diminish thtir currency and that v.-ry apprehension, Whenever the rankin Osceola mission-John A. Hendry.Apopka wM-'h Jlr. Chilly rcn'irsvr.tot I,
shows little of the usual inroads of old 1 last week and delivered to Sherif od. 1 ('uit-.1. H. D. )[l'Hm'.
The necessary r. forms are the Mr. Norwool that I lat file i.f the peopl.nd( they surely when a riegces.', who af t r\vard- :
rather Time, and i is as busy at his extensive Scott of this county. The examiua rapilly stys Altoona mis..ion-B. T. Rape. '

law practice as ever tion continued four days and iras con great and the only object of the movement year, with a capit il of $oi i.000.000 and will bo represented at that meeting) 1 Tma J Ibm eir'uitYo II.Steimneyer.Ixesl I pre" cd to !ift? nin .on'.s \\ ir.., sj i I >t

Someday since Capt. N.V.. Poland, c'luoledVednesday morning by the de anti should a third p uty (ver t''al c-1 n in their viuttj cf '$i8Ooo, 000 say a third prfy is necessary it wil urg-.. S. Marshall.Lady she lad a tb ifshf woulil"s! m-

fondant being committed to jail wjth be a necessary turthrd it c.-tn be fin m-d come, ard sl.ould come *nd all Lake n'uit-'V; C. Collins bowel
of Apalachicola, Wl'lt to Cnlumlus the banks loand f 989 000 000. tVy goodcitz the P )!ri(emIn, and -truck Jifm
out the benefit of bail. During the : Yalaha and mis.oJl-H.; G. Meadows.Stewarts' .
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,( medical treatment. UN. ) four days of the trial the court h house braced as EUCU. h.11) only gold! silver and greenback m- can afford to hail it with joy a* Chapel; S. ,Yo Lawler.Brooksville over th- hewith a budc-t Hiis .

operation'Vnlkl'rI'rform'l upon \him, taking:a surgical growthof was crowded. The evidence developed Jn my talk < n the j r sent Hiking certificates!. of $1,000,000! as TI "e vo, citizsns: because it would for a time at and miol.ion-U.: 'V. Sel. )n cinco upan' ook ',is wit>>'. iurt

about eight i inches in )length from such n case against Henry Simmons, while they' are required to have 2> per Ic.ist abolish corrup.'ion. Let the third leN, As- S. Whendon. by Jrawins u istol and shootin

his liver. 'rhl ( refilled in one of the state's witnesses, that the system I have bn'ugl.t you d.iwn to cent reserve f r di posits He a.ya theyare party a ome by all means if the peoplesay Floral City: -W. F. Alt xanell'r. : j
'lmtou d al.
committing court also ordered him tu Pasco rl'uit-'V. H. Parker. Chilly !
death. 1380 and given t'i' s'a'u1) of the I so. But let it be
you and dOIn a people'u
movement -
be held to await i further preliminary t dealing purely on p'il" r West Pasco mi oion-.1. W. Henson. Great f xct! merit r.I.;! e.I!, aid

George Woodward, of Chicagoho investigation which has not yet beci banks at that time, and bho Jl'c.l you their busin ux -i the d.-posi a put in aid not an Alliance party. Let Dado City and Lakl'Iancl-G.. ItrH\D!

cft Eustis and Florida about four year taken. Choice Adams i!a brother of bow tho circulation hid h en ndac'd their bmkl' lIe says 'hey pre retiring it embraeft in its ranks all classes of )jkhl'lI.I.'lkl i pistol were tinmany so'swere

.g is in Kustis )Ir. Woodward's( the clehrt' Ben 'Adams, who has from $2,000,000,000 in IfJCU; to $1)t-2OClO.- their nMej! but iicreasi/ their banks eoci- 'fy and [.rot'Ct and serve the in- land mis.oion-T. H. Sistrunk. fired in
on Lake .Sanders was sol at taxale been with so many murders ODOin i 1870, acd I showo.l joi In;v this None but a wiz\T I in f nV.ance coul 1 understand treits of all!', but I let the Alliance pur- Hillshorough circuit-.. P.]urmncl' John J mes, a H"hr.' \\a- kil'el; any
Homtf and i inpossession and crimes in this and other Clearwater
years ago, uthl'l t"rl'uit-E. I 1. Gile
10W
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.of another mrt).. His counties. Bill Adams, it wi be remembered contraction of the circulation hvl reduced how they d ) tlxn hut being sue its great reform and educationalwork Florida Christian Aeh.ocatc.-J. Anderson other ne:r.) snti'il.lvh.| > ii'lsub.equeutly !

swing there is to reclaim his rights in, was released the jail th price of your pr< d ict*. Y.mr wizards! thy can di it. By whit .on a pUne) o' ponslbi'ity; to editor. ". at F><'miiro UIf. Oll

the matter. : in this place ahout two years ago ..byau lands and proper*' f eo ry v rl ard i',& mrms do th y aff-ct this coi.traction. Jell and duty to man that calls for Florida ConferVnce ('ollege-If. E. mail his m.l( 0 '*f -r e'u.yirig hi

The Tampa Phosphate company, armed "so sick his and confederates.Our effect upon ill. hu-im sf thee .untry Many cf the ways are unknown to n e., effort us Ions as evil shall eilst to be Partridge, president, '1'. Griffith jirofessor revolve, and wont !wm''ne' : four '
of
are F. A. Tavlor
people professor.
Operating on thc Ala'ht' with twenty-,I the murders and other crime trc" I will bring >< u i t.W do 0\n to the s ''itu but I will try to ''el! of ;htai; : met and ccu'raHzed.'! -Eeononii-t. Tampa; districtPresiding I Elder, S. mic8.wU! of.townvhuerj tate ,lii t
five to thirty men, have, since Sept. "
15, taken up 2,5UO'( tons of pebble phosphate. by Alabama outlawl 1rll'trt'I ou of the binj a>i i t'-o roudi'.i o3.e fcurso him! in t., el. his Is

soil! that it was feared at one time that country in 1890 ad i/1 TU tai-ki in The Next Meeting of Tampa and mio-iou--J. C. Sale J.
They marketed} their product under the law, %to surrer.dr their notes the National empty revolver on ;a lif.le! l hy his "

in Ilaltimorc, Jacksonville and Philadelphia I cllortx would, and on b
? ( per at.ton an average( price(' of about' feared that his friends would attempt their ci culation i o'e* fiom sJtf.Jo.OJ'YMX: : ) ) they would.. a'towel' at any time to The q'Kstion of time and place for -J. 1\[. Sweatt. E. F. Gates and pl\ce.Tin jail: Liter th\ .

.5 dlnll(1 to rescue him. Better counsels prevailed in 18i9, 10 $179i, ; ;: C4'J -n 89 P. This i is >i siinciiltr: ai!! iha! >r notes and roctiveiwr.Os the ]holding of the cmventioa of the supernumerary.Sarasota .. fame night! he wa- taken out anoj$

? Fcmandina Mirror: The steamer nil around, aud no eflbrt indthtl reduction of nea l I. ne half in \hj from I she tri air.-r tha( : were put National Editorial Asiociation, is to be -A. O. Brown. h'cl to the t-ce urni- w.j'-li Mr,
Banner took of naval
heavy cargo was made. The Plant Circuit-I
*tores to Havnnnah f Tuesday' morning ; ( ,1I'l'Ctnn nrlHd lu'n in the court room pn'sICl' national lank no i t f their notts. settled January 20th, on which day the Alatla City Cirt."uitA.. Brown.A. Vernon O. J, Chitty was kU"?,

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i % the dock. Tlie Farmer wi make one the close atlltou paid to the CCO.OOO, and hal iucre rd it by $::52 .- in tlrs way HS they I.l LM e Tnei, agiin. Burnet House, Cincinnati, for the pur- Bartow and )Iis.oion-F. E. Slurp., much soda 5 pro'iiinei-coan-l th icrrib'o

more trip this week, a which she1trill evidence, showed. (as to be one of )Of'OO, *ndt till circula1 ion IJ\ I dreppvl they can eprs't their gre'nbick circulation pose of taking action in the rratter. ,Yo C. Norton. tragedy h.ir: I--t a o uov, r
be laid in ItruiHwiek for re-, no The following tho wholo
up ordinary importance. from Homeland Virl'uit-'Y. C. Jordan. : conanun lv.
$682,000,000 n 1879, 11 $311,779252 .- with the treasur. ant rrcivecertificatf The
plr.; Na brief history of the (.al: Scab executive committee in itself, is Ft. Meade js..ion-E.. J. ( atcs. perfect c
Graeie )rc'ulo\ the tJaughtl'I' Espy and Will Holloway arrested John io 1890. Notwithslaccling the fact s of dep st: eretore, and quite a formidable body, In Ing composed Bowling Green Cir'uit-R B. Black. I and what we arc dr fiinc h.af. the

df II. Meadow, was lWl'i (> R. Ely at Greenwood, in Juksl that the pro lu"tRd corn, \> hear, cottO, thereby withdraw i reenh Ck3 from cir. of about sixty editors, representing( all Wauchulft- )lis.1ionIt Tresca.Arcadia prejOnt pace in social .tH(>:, is

tit Anthony last Friday by her IltoUHr, coiuity, on Dec. 9, upon a charge of anattempt oats, tobacco, rye l-irljy, l heat, culation. The e goll, filler and greenback parts of the coimliy; and besides: the and Desota Cirl'uit-A.. J lrightful to l'Om'wpatu! !

The accident was caused by hlll broth- to assault Holloway'n laugh. hay po'atops, ric Iu ter Bt'&otV., J. J. Whedden.Charlotte .
ngir
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epru, ceit'Scatcs do not go ioto circula cmniitternuii there
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ter. took him before will ho in
Prsnapingan old gun that wassupi They attendance Harbor (Chuckaluskie]
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posed not to beloaded.: The young la>. Neal, who, placed him in Jut(of dr ed and jjretn fruhs, ainl twry ari tipn much. Tnen, a a'n: if they editors and I publishers '1'. S. Huport, (J.V.. Gatewood. The awarding of tlr banner to thfc:

a yds (n.nl"'ilg and Mill soon \IH' special Constables, Henry Simmons cutural! product ha*. l'ten dour>k.d since thought they could make more money interested in the selection] of a convention Myers l'alolloahatl'hi ic, miss-ion-H. winning the olliee ehureh of the Florida m New Year's day m

herself n and Choice Atam! 'hl'l partite 876. and Botwithstaniing the fact tha|; by dilating than loaning their Gieat B. Frazer A. E. Pierce. Ikiptit'i'it-
city. interest ness at Ocala
has
been awakened
took him ,
to ( lively
quite
S The United states hind l office at line of 1010\:11 store,,and on the the product of wcol, liquor from slaughtered money, how easy it would be for one of evinced in the eiibject in various ante Keywest.st.charge, T. Bishop. interest among the Baptist people

Gainesville will report for the month him t1rl until just after dark, when kept beef', sheep and" hogs, te output the 8 i money kings j just! to retch out and of the country, and delegations of.citi- (I ole.Keywest,-Sparks chapel, D. A. throughout the state. Several months ;'

Of December 120 homl"h'l1lc'ltril', in he \ ltJl'cl The evidence shAVed Join the mines and manuractoriea have pu'l! ia two hun-Jrcd) milli ns, ihtreby from Keywest )Il'llIorial-'f.M. Strick ago the publisher of that journal pixv!:
(addition to W final proofs. If work zens California Ashville, N. C. posed to
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tlu that he he would be killed give a hand-omesilk bainieron
afrid more than double 1 since 1S(56.( :
jet on 1 reJ' the
making scarce an icing
of the office continues to increase as it that night night and he begged forl'ro'teetili money Norfolk, Va., Seattle, Wash., Atlantic land.Key Jan. 1, 1S92, to that church haying
has during tIm the clericalflorce accountof thediuiinuai-uior contraction fri.e of cjrn or wheat or soaie other Largo-R, M, Evans,
past year, out, al'orllng to the evidence. City, New Orleans, and other places] are Cocoanut Grovo mission the largest number of subscribers paiq.
of the flee with:,.' to be largely .Adams to1him; he needn't the currency or circu'atiim from that product anl buy f ,r haIr vrlca: and sell anxious to senne the editorb' Barrington.Key -K, W. up to Jan 1, lEt! The eommitMi) ap.

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incrElsld. take on and cry, lr they were going tioie to 1890, the Aalu of th se proJucts for full price. He fir s tlu* pri ;e ia the convention West and 'ulla'lIIisoIon pointed to decide the matter rnnsLstt-d -
will be -( S.
The residence occupied by Silas II. to ki him anyway. By this time nIIW are no npre today than they were in I produce's hud anl who i e gets it he present to push their Bird, supermunerarv, II. B. Someillan of Dr. E. C.H
Wright and north( of the party on the scene- cl.im.Ieding* have already been and Frank Hurri, editor of the Ocala
just oneBuck 1866. Th M. J. Perez.
fuui\ uPllarel so would: f
products in
nt :
up fixes it at a prhe to sut himi lf. Ta n, in Ikinner. After
and Simmons held these rations a careful exaniiiiatioiiof
Uaptitt came near HaJ. I p'aces to consider Transferred.B. l.
going up(in flames Sunday afternoon. both : that they were forced to 1866 about $6.0(0.000000, acd to day agaiT, he cm ]luul in a lundrcd million ways and means for the establishment E.-Lcdhctte I Virginia eon fcrene. the records it was found that the

1 About 3 o'clock the alarm was Ji\l, submit and take Ely and start with they will hardly foot up as much as I and loan it to such a man as Old: of the S. S. ia:cJl1l' Western North Caro Leesburg liaptist ehureh! had a majority
editorial .
hundreds of him over to a b tb&t. I guests, anJHn all cases, of three hence it awarded
And very soon : rrol Holloway bate lee tnlir-g the ptOllct Hutch" to corner on wheat. cora, etc lina. was

wer'thlr. The lire had jut begiin owned in Alabama, as thev were of tbtte it d Jstrus and taking the prices i and double his p'L, anl 'Oil Hutch" the enthusiasm was very marked.-Jour- W. J. Dowell, S. (Ja. -appo lltc.'d the banner. .
hold but it one on each side of noli.ct..
to take good wa- put out wnlkinJ FJy, on to Perry circuit.
but blight damage done. dam Ely was shot from behind as quote now ii New York or Cbicigo, ,'pays him a bigger iit' r.-st than I )ou can R. L. WigginsSouth ( News ILILS
been
.t and instantly killed. Hollowaytlieii and I cannot make them fo A up to afford to. Tais bank system ii todaythe P.a"lwuru Onto** Market. It. O. Weir-North Georgia. from received at Orlando
Orlando has ended S3,3V2 fr Carolina. LoekVocHl's JIIUs
cxj)> made Simmons go with him and< 16,000,000,000, which was their valu in b swindle the biggeet REPORTED BY WM. BAKER, ) C A. Moya Central bella that 3Ii.ss Ara
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claying the streets, ami deducting) iI-] get shovels etc. and ggeor opprej- Fruit Commission Mexican con the year-ol.l. daughter of John
Merchant
help bury Ely.
316.10 contributed by the proi>erlyovnere. 1865. In 1866 our population was about fin and wrong hat the peopjo cf this I 105 8. Calvert 8::;., Baltimore ,Md. J JBA.LTJMOHK f] ference.. 1 lodges, waa burned to death Tuesday

onhS,81t( of the moiul IMc Ci. Tobacco Plant. 000,000.. to day it h about 63,000,000 coubtry have to bear, yea the people of The Conference meets next t :year In nfterno in the W0i$ burning around

Toted tor ttret improvement.shas Jones, oue of our colored With about twic-'j as much products and the worll have to b ar. I; is a continual Baltimore orange market, Jan. 12.continues 1892. O'uln. --- her father's homestead. SIii'was pass
been used making eo-t of only who nice lug over Mime freshly burned
About$12 per carload, for n clay and ds-$ four fnrmc'f miles north owns of a town, has little sold place to more than a third m'ore of popilation, systematic robbery of the p'\ple and to improve At auction to day prices George Stewart, who I h one of John when.her dress caught from the ground coals, '.

. \ frtbution the ..treets.Workon our IakeCity marketuieu so far this the value of our products to-day are it is the father and source of all our ranged from $1.40 to $1.90, mostly.at Furchgott & CO.'M clerks, at Jacksonville it i.s sumMsed. Her body was soon,
fl.60 to .1.70. Jobbers recently had
*'f sell for 1.75 a thrilling
f
m
.the season over one hundred dollars worthof worth no more than they w re in 1866. Oilier wrongs and oppre siors Thete for rasets and medium Mr. Stewart lives in Riverside experience. wrapped llaines. Her parents heard
l1ewnh'crit brights arid her
huHe-
screams and rushed
Ing at DeLaud has l>een de' p 'ork. This U fool for thought It is actually barks are not binkiag up-)n jroperty of fancy brights $2 to $3 25; some extra and hearing a'noie in his yard about ance as soon as possible and to her assist

r. layed for tho want of hrldt.rrhe The trial of Dr. DePass at the M. E. s'unning.! and yet some will ny their own, but upon the credit or debts fancy, $2 50 per box -Tangerine* and 11 'o'clock, quietly'blipped out to ascertain selves badly burned in were them

Trood work, however, is l being pushul, Conference, at Tampa, resulted in his there is nothing the matter with the of the government. Every tim the mandarin*, also grape-fruit wanted the cause. Hardly had he extinguish: the flames. All attempting their ellbrta to

nd the new building will be eo/u-/ nceuittl. selling at gcod prices. done so, when somebody tired a shot
time. were useless. Dr. Nixon
They are satisfied.
They want government has a wet, these the nearest
! soon as possible, to meet the I Our melon grower will cut down money \M. BAKKR. the ball passingwithin a few inches of physician
plet a
increasing demand for room by their average very much thin season, things to stay like the) are. Well what sharks fasten themselves on to the government his head. Mr. Stewart fired five shots nothing was sent to for, but could do

&- the! rapidly growing university. on account of the bad treatment received shall we Bay about such. If there was in this way, and after they The: *were ten lynchings. Florida in the direction of the flash, but the girl's Sufi except rings. She alleviate lived the poor m

Thu oldbettlenof DoLuudhcld thi-if last year. ever a time that J did feol lire cursing have systematically robbed the people laet year. would-be without assassin made his escape hours. She was the oldest only of a a large few

apparent injury.
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