Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00274
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00274
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15.Ji'! mteit good to-get back to the old TiE nnTI OF TOMCSTON'E.tlo 100 LEGS IA REVOKE." only for the welfare of his child. Ah, "Indeed, indeed I am, Mr. Par. Tho \ 9IORC. DWARFS DISCOVERED. .: .
t. wor.Clsderin' to\V yes; Richard knew only too well whata 1 few trinkets that have been found were tit.Trlbts :.:W' ,

I've been away twenty year and the Arizona Town "Came to C tIts InltI'ull! Fact ; bad son he had been. He hd, indeed, uthe-r given to my sister or me at different of Little Men Extending Half r

t moved then When Kxtraordlnary Xamc. "One hundred Arm i S tTI brought down those gray with sor- tlC: by your father. Cod knows When Paul\Vrny Du Aerots Chaillu Africa.about SO : 1 "
Etoce I to Kansas of course I see a the Mathcw Arnold in years :;
'U tliaupe.Yi this lt took '3 maimed in the row to tho gave. Ills repentance had tli'-y \\'re never stolen. BeD in want ago, reported the existence of a dwarf i. ; i, "
conaV back and notice things that's countr excepton among come too of money-m}' sister and -a short time .
new to things, to the TI 1 ho above : t; En-I: am writing to tell you lte. racs in west Africa, h statements were .\
I JUP and strange, nae our cte. I After a lapse of two or three months, ago we pawned a gold watch and chain .
alive and now in England The 4
the .
So did Historian frm lips of A. received with incredulity. t
J tpcrinllyatetrnin')! when yer new Land tc. Froude. They we to trmsby Grange? 1 bave without finding Richard Hammond wlihuur: ither gave Eliza on her 23th 'i 4 1t t'
inei'tIn went the York's lar eit and ail little that his story would .
<,' leT t casic and outraged hitor I to you in the past, but I will and Paul lookout letters birthday! ami that has been the cause of word dreame .
fancy and all.and play out tho for ficial limb I accurate, and
on proved perfectly
for God fu
: cognomens t designate it. willing in the 4
street. tu out of administration of their father's estate. r.H this trouble. .
boom" towns. Their plained : 1 three years since our quar also that later would bring
-What's conic of old lUl Lindsay and the Far- souls Our borne and went abroad. Sino Certain property bad been settled upon I fully believe all you have.told me," eplorton little 1 e
) to people ;
horn fellers: say \ere affected. private \ I light many trb thee
wandering about the world. the children of the respective marriagesunder raid Paul "Everything b? put .
I M-.int to hear the old band lay. But they never heard of Tombstone 1,000 accidents per fhal stretching far across Africa,
my native land. spending a the There ii i. 'It at the trial, if only we can secure .
$ Arizona. That w conservative which has both marriage settement. The latest discoveries concerning tho f
of an American .1 chatened '
come and Xat Snow, and name. th real clew oft
t1lt's asmallreal ,
was estate culprits or get some '
11l'I c's\Var Harnl't at? The efet cast would never have thoughtof accidents at 100 I ama a different man. be- Greenhi dwarfs have been made thi year by the ;.:. ,
And Kato\ and Kill Hart, Sans s an How statement I should I was three years ogo. If at the father's disposal, which noWpased -- -1.nt he shook the prisoner French explorer, during hb 4: ;
; Meek appropriation. did it .
me back again at the Grange and hand .
to sea
lii-h'son and that to Richard the son \tarnmv by promising .
.f( ; come by the funereal title people in the a fruitful researches on the upper Songha .
? This is -when and r
me sea soon
a you
Air brother of him lln'o the drum as twlcoaabljjns question heir at law. The remainder of the estate him again I in a day or two. .
that asked almost in some fashion. the money lender River, one of the largest northern tribUtaries
Jim time the :Ie'er
i every distributed with the rule in the V'huc: this interview .
was legal was proceeding .
bond which
the town is long time my post-obit was of the Congo. He found near the t.
Hi Kerns and but
And old carpenter; wLat'sbecome few are ablo mater a .
mentone with i.i t'.i: another of different
o'luin l 1) I to of the truth of this of my final rnpmre case of an intestacy. gr.ol, a char- towns of important chiefs many families
I : of my return and I is, I know tho sfr was taking place at Ormsby Grange.A .
I make n"doub.yet new band now's competent "Railroads and Immediately after the discovery of of dwarfs who in that region are )
I Conjectures, and they are I I can not, of course. pay him cUed
many .
cr : Paul had caused detective to man: hid called, to sea Mr. I
put to rest under are largely unless you help me to burglary a the They are great elephant _
And plays tl eir. music more b)note than what a tombstone, it might Pray write to in be down from London who had Richard: Hammond on particular business Babing'
me any sent ,
be of A do live in the villages .
hand.Andbtyhrher said not
; tUy play by by the aid of Mr. C. C. Warner accdents I'
addressed to tho Lion Hotel. and was shown in. When Richard :
mid grander tunes; but soracliow.naynay. of the Contention mine, Tombstone, who great will find me. been occupied for some days in conducting but camp in the forests. They arc .. I" -
; agreed to relate to a be fruitful of Your affectionate son.Rmcu.nD investigations on the spot. Some i cIt.'rec! the room he was startled to find of less than medium stature are very ; J "
I want to Lear the kind reporter yesterday I I that his visitor other than
(1 pl.iy.Cuelit fragments of circumstantial evidencewere was none a
how it received name. )Ir. Mr. Marks was HAM1OSD. muscular are extremely skillful in the ,1 .
noes as'Joan Hrown'u Bcd)'".iul-SweetAHiv Warner has it'Vctr Tombstone almost paragraph : IS. obtained, but not sufficient to direct disrejvjJable: little money lending Jew chase and their weapons are assegais. ':
,.Jon't >ou know ben to known individual, and from the neighboring town, called Meyers ., -f
l since its inception and throughDnvr "A dealer in of this letter, Mr. Charles suspicion any I with a head Eke that of a harpoon. ( .
l\ tVuweJs! is 'm.dJohn passed : with whom ho had in tho
:\nJ .i A-ollu' the police confessed to come to the con- dealings .
nnn will last aJ it and They wear their hair and beard uncut
I) In.' yesterday on his return from a over over again, 1
I.i.m'n\IICl'c.W\t: !'m. "Xumh.t :;1 ilu" an.iunibtr Canon City."It's f."r. baL that after in a large easy chair clusion that the robber was the work of past. and have no ornaments. .When they feet :. .
AlJ .
You wish to : said Richardinterrogatively.
see me
1 LeVn. : quite as simple and natural as the !i\'L' \\ay :" !he \\ arranged for him in his thieves from that they have a grievance against a chief .'
oVit fMuit'l that.bir! made feller ,lrcaa" is has to be ieuccd. thin And so time went on; but, six months i under protection they have been t .
name :
o'Leaven.Vud : strange and queer how it received pale, worn looking fig : "I do mumbled the old, who .
badly, man,
_< when the boys ud l'c laiu I its christening," he said. "Therewere "That is lot almost to skin and bone after the burglary, a 'gold watchchain, living they disappear into the forest .
lmnatl' with a smile. "I need not introduce
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still in Ixil two brothers-one, and probably "The average & in the folds of an em subsequently identified a having belonged .1 I without saying a word and begin again :'t- -

J\'t even hcrd the locus'blossoms droi.inu'ou both, living "et-by the name of and years; the average to the secondMr Hammond.was mysel :tinink" in other regions their lives as nomad ., '

thl 1u'd. Ed. Schellien. (You will AI that course all cepnll who was G year: "; of offered in London pawnbroker's. ); you are Meyers, the Jew, thonio'jiy hunters. In return for the fruits of tho. 1
VtTienOily Jal. or"Hazel Dell" had sobbed ( \ ; lender, the rascal the Yes
and died away: there is a connection between the names have pat twice married, and had The person who had offered it thief chase, with which they supply the chiefs :

I want to hear, the old ba'.id play. and the town-shuffling off the mortal lasted over 20 a widower. Twenty years wa afterward traced and arrested. He I lememhor .you well enough. vegetables and articles of native manufacture -; e

The new land maybe boats it. but tho old coil and then the Tombstone.) Well, it's conid it ion. I the death of his second proved to bo the young man, James "I :1 glad of that. Then when mayI are given to them. They arc ". .
to be that trifle of
band's what I mid; not often that I perpetrate a joke, but "The ordinary children were consequently :Tierce by name, well known at Ormsby money a source of profit to the tribes among ; .
It altos'pt-arcd to kind o' chord with soua-pin' this Colorado air makes a fellow do many wood and three of them being by his Grange a the nephew of the housekeeper AJiich! Jon owe me on the "post obit bond whom they live, and consequently they' ,;/
I have in
in my be'11; strange things. But I been tried, but it is by his second wife. Ho there. He had been a great here my pocket? are almost always '

Ai 3. vhilsfl I'm jea no muslcanel'. when myLlauiccjesis The Schcilicns were, of am wandering., prospect- "The revolution considerable wealth and of favorite with Mr. Hammond, a had also .I was .jO you lent me, 'a it not, The disco'er wel treate Babingas adds .

:;1 b11 drowned. out ant mem'r). squares her ore, and kept hanging coure about there for manufacturing habits. having lived been his sister, a girl a year or two older nud you hoped to recoup a much larger another to the almost unbroken chain .

Jaws and "or o"aaysZbe some time without doing much. Tho I think, with the late. His three daughters than himself; and the pair had been frequent amount with heavy interest !if I sue- of these dwarf tribes, extending: from tho .

vou'ncr in. never. will fergit. I want to jo3 Apache Indians were around pretty thick. mum the lightest Q and resided in differ visitors at the house during the cceo.t to my father's property ?" region west of Gaboon to the Nile. TheOb- :. r

And tale turn and light 1 i islit o' here and git back! Finally one day Ed. Scheflien prepared to :nown. the country; and his only deceased gentleman's lifetime; in fact, ..\ml you have succeeded?"snarled the ango of Du Chaillu. the Babinsas of Gail- ,d 7

AVe&tag'iu.And start out on a prospecting tour up tho "Yes, it takes the elder of the two James fierce was the last individual who Jew. You have claimed the Greenhill lard, the Akka of Schweinfutt, the Tiki- '; .

-lay there,when I git there.where I never gulch. His brother tried persuade him wear an artificial his second wife, was very had been with Mr. Hammond before his estate a heir at law, as well a come in tiki of Stanley, are all evidently fragments .

hnf I want to ray to: hear the old band play. to abandon his project, pointing t out that strange novelty At the present time, how- paralytic seizure. On the young man's for your share of the personality." of an ancient tribe of little men,

-[JaincsVhUcoinb Uiley. the Indians would devour him or that he the subject has to his daughters 3 well a his lodgings being searched after his arrest, "I lon't dispute what you say, but I \ho were probably scattered to widely 't

would get lost in the ravine; but all tients walk wel ; one of his sons in law,John certain other small valuables, which had dispute your claims in toto. Only lately separated regions by the fortunes of war

Just he about t require long -all staying with him, undoubtedly belonged the dead man, have I learnt how you have been sponging in which intruding .. '
Southern ,. In \Var.As no purpose. 3 was to t they were vanquished by ", .
.I start he told his brother "Fully 8 per that the old were found. The prisoner for on my father ever since I left home who .
we are reminded by the author of to look after apiece ; gentleman accounte races were physically mom -
"Four Years in Rebel Capitals" tho of rock that he had found near tho made aro legs; 15 the possession of al article by sating three years ago. I don't intend to pay powerful than temselve The numerous {

South, as the North, needed to camp. legs, 4!!percent : laid down his son's let- that they had given by Mr. im- you so much a another penny piece." dwarfs as Batwa, who ; .

exercise wel sense a of humor, whenever; "'Ye I wi use it for your to.mbctone left. 5 per cent ) and began to read 0\11 a mond either to his sister or himself. The "Take care!" take care!"he yeled. "Do have been found in the southern part or ,.: '.', '

that was possible it to carry it through the said AI sadly, and away went tho enty-eight per cent ho had mHt: only a few evidence, however, of a housemaid, who you see this? And he from hb the Congo basin, are also near relatUen ,
of males, 23 .' In had seen Tierce crossing the hall to the pocket a document written on a large of All of
terrible- of the war. Some of theIml' more go brother. ler } will his sou the people north of the Congo. i
ttl"i Here is table study with a bunch of keys in hands white paper, and folded. "It is yourfttiier's
"Time but there tidings a not hi them the
and n nrtee of that were 110 was once 1I'lti\ult1 though 'ariou frmcnc '
burlesques p'.sspJ December last will and Never .
on the of that fatal of -
dreadful time have become locally his- of brother. Weeks study. everything to fOlr re- morning tetament are widely separated, have the samo, : -
onc. Colonel Tom A rigust, of the First went and he did not put in an appear Mr. Hammond was tended to connect him with the mind how I got it. I got it; and characteristics. It is surprising that such j ; .- '

Yirgilia.as the Churlrs Lamb of Con Inc(. The brother, true to his promise, IJIght........ .!) I making lie had made seI \ burglary; and this evidence being offered unl'5 you I pay me all you owe me on widely separated people, who perhaps '_ f .

: war wits, graial and ever proceeded to carve. in rude letters in tho Lett.......... I :; during the last 20 jcars. on the hearing of the charge before tho bond shall hand this over to your have not heard of ono another for some '
ele'rt hoY. Loth ....... magistrates, and not satisfactorily refuted brother. The Greenhill estate is left to .. .j
Early in iceioi i days a bombastic quartz rock an inscription which ran: .. felt as if lie would have to centuries, should retain so much in com

friend approached him with tlwqucation, .... .. ....e. .... . . "An analysis of before ha died, for the the young man was in the end him Your name is not mentioned. So, mon.-New York Sun. i. I.: C
; females committed for triaL fine fellow, me or take
are my
: tll letter had him choose Jay .
.W(' sir, I ; your voice is still E fled
1 presume SACKED TO TIE MUIUUY tlii-ir right legs; thoughts. In the interval that elapsed before the the consequences jTire
.rr? Advocate the Vie ..,',
: OF iiilToiviK'o is assizes Paul Hammond visited the pris- Dick Hammond, although of 4leohol. .
"011' yes,,replied the wit, "perfectly had elapsed, and when coniter. great storm of discussion which -
\\ hid!: ,':;i-U with bed- oner in his cell. He found the poor fellow ably taken back, was fully equal ." ,4Dr.
: ED. SCHEFLIEN.He at the
knocking :
tiiW'! : I occasion."If J. Mortimer Granville started in tine f
--- low but not with-
dreadfully spirited,
"Always to Iw remembered i is General : : went nrosixxrtiuf' to anew : I : received no answer, sho that is father's will villain London. Times by his outspoken:advocacy : J
:111:1': I out hope that he would be able to clear my .
in and found her
::>Jiii-! >Yai'ce-'s: aixxtro. !he to the rabbit, have stolen of the moderate use of alcohol has now S
: : i himself at the trial. you it! You were the thief
< I hit: from rifle : country. EnnJl':1 l\ : ) here she had left him in subsided and the from .
by .
: : doctor rallying
fyln -hla\'y fir -...... ... ... .. .... .. .. . on (tIl that I : if&trauge change had "This is indeed kind of you,Mr. Paul," that robbed his house the very night he A )
e ljni. I'd lw vii! !" I for the loss but nent pos-Unlity, Instinctively she knew said the prisoner with a grateful look, denunciation his devoted
yon '11 brother was sorry "I I do outpoured on : J i
rlass in not it to I
jreat -
: to visit in dreadful \as. you.
::2'jIHy(: fordil':: was tli 4 protest of thott"li thel he had warned him and it could \ Her brother had pay mo a thi place.It told he head, has taken a breath and restated ..- ;
trained to look ) was dying and I knew if I
\\ r'I rL1it. 4)1-1101011 on picket at not be helped. The Indians had scalped its vocatio- The doctor came and did makes me fancy you, at any rate, could"a make! with the will' in time his psition He stands manfully by his \ _
do not believe of away 4. "
proper The helpless form of the me guilty robbing your
:iu- < ; I ill I; him. !! reiterating his hatred and ,
:1 for would come into estate and I .
you ,
n'H'1't"l ; father who your
"Cm y.uidrr( tor koept-iTi olf! 'V'-. "Aliouta week after lie had finished was hill upon the bed ; was always so good to me. should contempt for drunkenness, he says: u'e
... .in; hfiii hyah tcr llijlit th' Yankan' las job and put it in front of the tent in ton, and the I \Y'rc administered ; but tho "I: hardly know what tothiJames," to get my money.?" Do you still refuse Abstinence all the world over and in .: \

. _..ct1La'r:1s: skivrVni off, how'l thunderioau' jumped the brother, wild looking, but ?coeds ons of, many:11:times'fie 5OJ.'I I rallied, nor spoke ajain.; replied the visitor, am "I do.r'me You have been paid already." I all ages has ten. and still takes, the .. .. '.
i ; night he died. anxious to discover the truth of what
P"Uiir lor be a uolv with backbone.out and leaves him
/ ( scrimmage beaming joy. the appicpriations I And you will give me nothing further a mal : .
,' ':" .'Shake, old Jan, I have found it hentd i dawned,and the house- happened on the night my father died ?" limp, invertebrate animal with a s
of pulpY
sa lary i a
:: 'ity Point, on the James River, was .- to the slay at home; 'jfl lying,nfl Tit The : Grange was astir, the They may not have told you that myfather's "Nothing." brain a feeble intelligence, and wi .
A j:.. !.<.mliii for transports with solditireroi : He then began to empty his entering; the lower rooms wi has never been found. It is which lacks the power to assert its an-
..O\l1' shot! wasted i "Then I take the will brother.: _
F ..l from Northern prisons on parole.. pockets of the glittering quartz that he l to find that the house had: believed was stolen along with tho toyour thority over the instincts and propensities : +
dawn and du k And he prepared to leave the room. But
valuables in the I
safe. Now
Ol) uaya niosi \VlP1"gOUeaUd om.tciati.il had taken to prove his ltt'lUtUl by burglars during tho care it was made to controL Drunkenness _
$ ".j j '"I.ny" fat winiiijj!!; his shll.lti) feet it wt so. .running expenses quantity of plate and other nothing about the jewelry and such Dick was took quick for him Seizing suspends the action of the will, and if .
In each ,
pitals. Meyers one band he the bell
r fro.!! a I hand 1, dting his turn, when a Away up ii-; the gulch he had. found Among other places things, nor am I eager to see the poor rang often repeated it destroys the i it :
it be constitutional with the other and
when assistancecame pw'e. '
II.. .".*:-1-tileral irajor remarked,' t noin one of the richest mining grounds in the ctcrritory. in Mr. Hammond's wretch who robbed us suffer; but whatI had to frequently enslaved ; 1
may with truth be ho had the wretched Jew and
"It isn't far to Rich- )he-was ) him a safe, had heen do want to recover is the missing will. tie "
0,1' l': rtkula1: Hut always a peculiar 3 crate and wise use of alcohol in suitably "'.. ,
for the secured
tion while
his brother and ; and A burglary is It is a matter of great moment to me hiel roe ot on > J
-a : L 'us", this:; Ed. Il' and a ried apportioned quantities not only desirable "
unwillingly, vote 0 horseback to the magistrate fora i
and also
: .. jt'gj d's; IWt onto throe thou in' man named startt' out fur the episoe. but for a house to other. neaet but advantageous the healthy cot '
manded: by warrant for the arrest of the real
: diiiwkilJohniiyeakly.. place withb11pp'iit4 and tools. lie named the into while tho "This is tho first wor I have heard burg- less than the ,

-, :1.. ...f:,'ijhiYou! must 0 crazy!! ro- this line the Totf-huut because he had i test it,legislature it is quickly lay dead in his bed presented sir about a missing wi; but-but," and lar last, who had thus been safely caught at "The weak t sick and short sighted .

:), ., '. ::. ollirer, staring. found it pii-liy h.lt after lie had discovered shocking light to here the prisoner's brightened con- practice of and 'treating' with ,

; '. al, 1 tut a-ivck'uin' edzact," was il. Then wcro times when he I minister quiescing of by an inmates of the Grange si.lcrbl., "I think I can tell you something There is not much more to tell. Needlessto 'drinks at 'tipplng throughout tho : .

'\". : '!;W.ply.. "Jest thought bo, wou1 have* bold ir for a drink of water. controls war. members of the family :11. Paul, which may throw some say that the will in the Jew's possessionwas day, with no better excuse. than 'havinga ..

L 'I.. The next >iu' they discovered they called suit to, and the domestics, light on line matter. You remember how, the old' one, full of alterations and thirst or 'feeling local is the silliest
mine. When they passed to the house at the time the on the morning of your father's corrections, with the signature torn off, ,
-i";-j. \"" did! And why, piay ? the (.Jooueiiuugh seiur. and most irrational to which any sane ,
.Vi.: -I.-' tlk'l yoiuins nigh onto came to the next one they had a littb: tempts to cut housekeepr-who had been he asked to Le left alone for a whie when and valueless. :Meyers had known this man can addict himself. Can not a (

'i 1" .irt'MMttlrir: from Wash'u'tou." falling (out and he named it the Con- I 10\1. I less serice 23,years they brought him his letter. 'Vei I was well enough, but had not scnlple to use man be friendly in business or in social ,

t:, ., ,;: ,' :!Il.rltwt.. tention. The latter is thC one I am in- I l.aly oii.m, though Guard and niece of the house the last to leave his room, for ben the document for the purpose a threat intercourse without helping the object ; ,- ,

frrivted: in. Tlie'. \\'(' all Ji"IIS't i of and and Elz Tierce, who helping Miss Hammond to move which, unhappily for him, had had a far of his friendlne to get drunk? .4 .,

"....:l'. Lh. )'L &iii li titu \\"at "nlll. by him for i a haul-1( Un.uJ he isuov the ICuvjs that with aunt on a visit. his big chair nearer the fire, as he wasfeeling different result from what he had ex )eanwhi. are habits to b cor- <

'.. hi! tia\ joulK-on) ?" s:1t a gucst a Ihreo tiiiiL-.i millionaire. public of the inmates could chilly, when just as I was closing ltcc1 The innocence of James not crimes to be punished, as '. ,-.
::* (I: o t.j tho> h.'i 'ls )Ohterday r:li iend "The tomb.sloae is 011 of his ('hjI:! breath to preserve call to the causes or manner the door arel. me ho called me back and Wt speedily established; most of the faults are avenged in the I .

1".1 J r.S n.\ tilt.sU-jvi, well laden withboufiiirrtfioiu :.{.]e.. and lie wOUlllot part with it recruits.they and the servants declared said, 'James. I want you to do a little ; stolen valuables were reco'ere; while drinking be put on a nnrer.I basis; ..c. ? .

\ :;o\ti! Florida.Oli its weight in gold. Many attempts have mll. and windows had been service for me. I elo not wish any of the I Meyers, together with an accomplice, the people b taught bow much absolute .\.
each other
; !" was !he reply, "I've been down L'l matIt,) change the town by I ou of ; as usual. An entry, never others to know about it, and I feel I can who turned out to boa professional burglar alcohol they ought consume in 21 "-

to i :StroU! < Hal,hor and up that liter boomers,' who argue that the strangeand the sweetness each other's ; been effected by the burg- trust :you. Here are my keys. This small was found guilty and sentenced to hours-never more than t two r. !" '

'Hi.!t'v Uml.'ntitnabl name." gruesome title keeps out Eastern tell ; the study window, and it one unlocks a secret cupboard in my study pe-nal tcrudt. let them be told,or take ounceand ,

"Clloo"ahntdl'('? capital and by the new ('omcn. Legislators their tJe'1 they the secret cupboard in the which you will find Inland the portrait ole weeks later Paul Hammond, for themselves,precisely how muchabso..

Yes, that's it. I spent six days tryingto have been elected pledged to introduce r 'lcclh-l they first laid hands. I of nnnv first wife that brings over my after no little delay and difficulty, suc- lute alcohol each favorite beverage con .
pronounce, It and haven't succeeded a bill for that pupcSl but Ed. a'-'le' intentions! that a considerable quan: writing table. Open the cupboard and cc-eded in obtaining a faculty for the re- tains; and arrange their 'drinks' accordingly -o .' il ,

4 ;(t. These Indian names are Ll'autful. with his money is always on hand to OIH which had belonged to the take out my \\ill and bring i hero to me. oix-miig! of hi:* father's vault in Ormsby and drunken England will bo #1, '

names, but they' are deucedly halJ to it."-[Denver Reubhicau.Au Hammond, had been kept I:you see two wills, only bring the ono cliiiu-hyard and an examination of the drunken no longer."

;)rnounc. By the way, where have yontl't'l pos Burleil CItes in this receptacle. Tliere that is in my own handwriting; the otheris colliu. .And there as James Tierce had .

t?. Old Sew Oi-l alu Cttttom. New Mexico to believe that Mr. Ham merely:an old one which I have al- foretold in the inside breast pocket of Flooded fll Honey.1 '

"Well, I went over t the Suwanee you have plenty time to loaf and observe great :field for had been deposited there. the failed silk dressinggo\vn, which still Whoever heard a church being; \

iJiver, cut over the country, and shot I everything that i isses before your lands where" the came over ou the sec hred.Ul did you do thi?" asked Paul, clung around the decaying corpse was foe with honey? The very idea

atoi-s on the 'Vithbcoche fished for gaze ,you winotilc on nearly every post llonrishod. said he was fully of the opinion vith feverish found the dead man's wl!! -the lat will ceems ridiculous and ia any other placo

basa in 'Ttala Apopka, sailed on hono- in the quarters there are little fut1ll', X. M., at : had been deposited for "Yes" continued Tierce; -I did exactly uliich he had himself written out in his than California would eicite a smile cf I

t.<*u.s.sa,skiped over toOkonlockhalcheo, handbills tacked up and l bearing, : the11aJing i expedition study safe, and had been what he wished. I went to the own handwriting, aud which had beea I j jcigmdand !I incredulity. It appears that a swarm of

walked: by the shores of the WeohyaLapka "Decode." Beneath this there i is: few days ago to : with* the jewelry. At all study. When I opened tho cupboanldoor witnessed six weeks before vagrant bees, while in search of a suitable .

vhu-ked 1low'r h)' Hirkpoohoe'sln } printing. all, howc'wl in I traditions bay is to was forthcoming. The I found the two wills tied togttlr. his de.itli. But. strange to say, when the home, found a admirable location .

<.])il: watere, ,'iite the 8U1'fields ou m1itol:1 l"l'nch. These are death notices which vera, ICO miles searcn of the house failed to and taking out the top one. saw 1 law'jers came to examine it both signature iu the loft of a Episcopal church ia

'.(Jlekal! : ;; on the tortuous Kis- sieenunl to be used instead of tine newspapers the pilgrim the missing document. was indorsed in your father's writing, I and d.itewere found missing. They Tulare county. Here, having a abundance .

:ir.uiiv, buffeted by the W\\'S ofOh''e.lwhl' to announce the invincible hand of there were morning of the day left the other inside lelocktt the cupboard hail (J.t1 torn away from the document of space, they increased and multiplied ,

and have also raptiuvd tarxjn atra Mora. They state the hour of the white men along the funeral four days 3P and went upstairs. thenludec just in the ale manner a from tl>. and at the same time laid in a J : -

: on the Caloosaltatchtv.! 1 1 also exjKit funeral l, vtc., and l tho nml of the- 1I'cl'aslI onado, in his Mr. Hammond's death, his the document to your father wil was older will. large store of honey. Grtwhtcmb .'

to visit htokpo> gayoxie; Ioockap.'i>ka.lintcliciitvha As a general thing these ntic&'s made as early a arrived at Ormsby ,reading a letter in front of the lire, awl "I regret to tel you. 3Ir. Paul..sz.d. were :taheL to the rate overhed, .

:: and Lk-autockhatclnv be- :ire tatklJ up all over the French section citic's of Cibola. of the rest of the family gave him the kle thanked me all the lwJerthat will !r. strangely and alJt'to until hude of '.

Toiv 1 leave the ftat(" in an hour alter the person has tlit'lI I fabulous wealth had returned to England I withdrew. It would bo halfU hour. found at the last is legally inOI'cratie.Vhiethier .. of I honey were away i the waxen nd '

-<.'t,h!" ejaculated his companion: as noticed 'cH'rl hiM en which the rrmttrrs' beauty. The had been residing for :a later when Miss Hammond went back:. the testator tore off the missisi;; 'i6.[ Then an unlocked for contingency

:1' stqt.l into the liotel.-IFlOrZda[ ink had scarcely dried, :nt whu-Ii announced hl.lc\t to b the in one of the northern! mt! found he ht had a stroke. In my fragments and burnt them just before his arose. The weather turned warm, '. .

inc.-Uuiou. the demise! of some unfortunate old ctie. ; ailing, in fact for his father's opinion he put the will into the iniiiv. faLl :seizure and then put the document< and in the loft, where the bes ver were hold-

which had taken place only few mm- gohtl.aud trcasU fore he ventured to return to pocket of the dressing gown he was in his pocket, animo revocandi, or jug high carnival, the 4 .

Money Talk fc before. and many The news of the death \\eariug.andnodoubtit i is lying there whether this mutilation had occunitl leached the melting temprtur I .

I'. '-Filthy lucre. uu-s i about Quivera. him through the announce still.Viiut became of that dr :sin;; through decomposition or otherwise sineo gave way beneath the pint. heat an-1:

Washington In-iug -- The almighty (:my Hair Coming In Sljl
(!oILC. I There is a rumor that in the comingreason walls mark out without delay. One of "The dreisiug gown?" exclaimed. Paul allirm, but the former certainly appears began to flow streams of sweet ';

.. Hi'l Jon:
't.1WY, hIYt. those desirous of treading closely m the is that no water into the chamber of death, father was buried in it! I was I his i i1rlt1 planation. In any case,your father's will, and soon altar, pulpit, chancel and all ,

Kible-Thelo\o of money is the root fuoUu-is of fashion. Black ,!, and around the site of last time on his father's \ The garment, which was a very as it now stands, is clearly in\alic, all the belongings of the sacred edifice,wero -.

ol all e\i gold are to l>e entirely/5Ui ersedeu by the treasure searchers I changed so calm so stl! uncommon one of silk embroidery I was the court would refuse to admit i to 1)10 treated to such a deluge as the world In-j ,:'?

Sh.ikki>!':mi-Mom-y is a good soldier, grizzly shade, and hair restorershih, laud trying to of melo1e'crowded in up worked for !him by my mother t-horily! bate." I never seen. No effort could tiio- ..

tli I ::'Il viIlMi114nMouey on. beiii" absolutely colorless, undertake to No treasure has stood thelt', itc'Jethe, ; bed. before her death, and he had always!told Paul bore his defeat with good grace. sticky tide, and before any thing StY, by I

.. brings honor, frl'l1- -r',torc" the natural shade of fading but tho belief : childhood's happy hours mv sister that he wished to bo buried iti The disposition of Mr. Hammond's done to repair damages the interior of .

, Coaijiu: :Hll'alls.'f"inywnBut t"ese will for the time be- things of the antedates any by this fond fat:..-r's loving it when he died. That wish,of course, property under the intestacy consequent the church was a sight to behold. I-

: the jingling oC. thojjiiima past I find, however that this report is or Indiu. Just of schooldays and holi was respected and carried {.u t." ly remained unaffected by the discoveryof _. ,, ::

), holps the hurt that honor loels. not (' ou wih favor by hairdressers: the lst expedition pleasures had been plentiful "Then the wi sir," said Ti.n'f :(;!- the will; and when it was found that The

Mir.lk'au-Thc: two greatest inventions who, in spite of the fact that powdered know. Chicago probably too few; emnly, "is now lying ia the coma al"r Richard's letter, asking for forgiveness In Bicycle of the Future I 4 .
1923 .
r of the human mind are money and hair usually lends beauty to the i-laines. later youth and a sense of with the dead'man. 1 am sine of it must have his father on the or along ,Edison J.Smith (" "i
: reache very aged 9 will listen with
r .(! face, Cdrl' that gray locks are plrtinlad :. Sandwich in from the mildest of I nut, if true, what a terrible positionto morning of day ho died, the family grandmother, tells of how wonder while his .
1:1': < ieorgo Herber Get to live; thEn \unbecoming.-Pars[ Li-tier to aiL- a seaport, though ; then the tart in life b placed in," murmured Paul "1 could not but feel instinctively that this I little rode his papa \vhetia. ;
live to alone makes work the have time to reflect l boy on a inaef.iire'which 7
use Surely use t'li1hi Telegraph.After from the shore.Dilecors to e\'j compan I must to be slent. unseen act of revocation, the I Iwi I he had to kick with his
feet all the '
r money not a contemptible stone. for amusement ; and done. In the meanwhile I wi not forget been a token of the dying man's i I to make it 4
Cow 1 ley- wo havt crdl.vl a man a fool it of the : quarrel and final you, James. I will do al I cau Iu unspoken pardon to the repenUm; tro. Awhile from tumbling go, or even to keep i; ; .,
l Shame and woe to us if w.oar wealth obey, always pleases m io haw him get .mad of that good father who wished prove you to b innocent.t gaL over. papa!-Itir- .-
'ihe horse does with tb a horseman ran away. H' bbal'. ceive salaies l5W. cab Express. : -
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,. iud prove it.-BinShamtou[ ; ,
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: w:1 BEDFORD- COUNTY IELEGR/PH.; raks of from SS to 50 per cent. al>ly ndoj.i t ;i i.ex. rules eaily .. / -' Bcv/are of Ointments for Catarrh. Notice of Final Discharge, j

This will be A good beginning and roiild' nearly: nil ul \\eekhaving In. ., .! That Contain Wercury, Six months after date I will present F. Malphuw.my ac j jcouus TIjYTERP.PmJ:2! !! M I
& Wm. ,
As vii! dt-stroy tha ant vouchers to Hon.
_ _ uioii-tiry ari.l
Florida t
3- PUBLISHEl WEEKLY VT hardly haTe been expected fti.m this g -n- voted to debute (*u them and amend'.iitnffired sense ol smell, I .Md .(q'Fb; .'teb' leiann \ COUrtLY Jiu'se of Bradford county the administrator,

1 tleman is ll'n thereto. C.a the whole when enterinz it ask for final discharge from
STVRKE.WRADFOKD KLOUIDA. as he a representative of ; ( I t-y-sibia ship of the estate of Jesse Johns. ,
wool Mr. -- through the niv '<>u* surfaces. Such 3. D. Jon's.
Stevens anoiltr
I. C. WEBB.I growers. Tiec \X'ek lor $j a Year. articles should 1.1 vr he n-hd except on Aug. 10,1991.-6m Administrator.

: Editor and Publisher. member of Uie comiriiltce, :s an extet.sire i The "Tvice :i--Aeik" dlliili of the S*. prescriotions from rp>itiblo physicians,

5IJnsCnhi"TIOi woolen manufacturer, and both) he and Lob> li1'Ui lc 1 is unquestionably the best as th dHi>i ge tbe..v! &., tlo i-. ten f.ild to oiice.Six Wholesale anOenera tail Oealteirchandise
$1.00 U. derive from
the good you can posnibly months after date I will present my accounts -
the chairman of the committee are in a stud che.ipesi; national news journal publili them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, nunuf.ie.turod and vouchers to the Honorable \m. t.Malphur .

Entered Affording to Art f Co' ,; l-'ridny ,>f week, of Florida, nrf administrator
on YiieMiny JMJ every and State
il is Liken internal -
contnins i
Poet Marks. Flat XClast tariff and wooleu.It no Illereit rv. n !
OJKre. at uM-nt tax .
| on deceasedand
thees-tewof David Brownm.
ui'ikiug il ;u Matter.Tontop front the same. ,
i is H eincuhir fact that the present num- < >:i .r ,i je.tr. I 1) iring i the four winter blood and inueon-i; ;/ ''etit' the &y.ste1n. ask This for 9th t final day.liM.-harEe of October A. I). IS U.A. .

S her of Oicep kept by the Ohio and other mt iit' itS each; issiu. (4'Il lain s i-iiiht p.iges; In buying Hail's C.itunh Cure be snrG W. Baowsrso.Xov. .

21verth.ing when lusines fiiri.-tTs have materially diminished under < nihkini) ; Aixueu |' gf a wiek and nou you get t
1* dull is the worn kind of policy. t'i.:4 i--ue ibniuj; the year is less titan RIInnie iu To.tno.! Ohio, by 4TII JUPICIAL CIRCUIT
bib! t.nifl; i taxation I ; at the same time the of columns each. F. J f'ltfne.N .'<: Co.KZJSold CIRCUfT COURT.
ii>i"iit e.i p.tcres: seven State of Florida. Bradford County.W. .
The national domocritic oonvchtion mHiiiifnonircrs I I!: of \roolt 113 have four.d! l'ive F.epuaie editions l i are printed I. one bv IrugrisM, price 7oe. per K CHEW and F. L. CHEW,! le arid Fancy. Iii.
then H uses constant loseib. The tax vas t ti ii for Mi l souii Illinois I Te.x-, Arkantuisaud bottle.A merchants ami ya.tnet-s doirijj j A wmpsit.rU Groceriesa' '
will be holil in Chicago in June. Kii'isa*. .41.d a general edition for
--- pal mi for Ihet'speciHl purpose-so it wis nUic-r hfdtes. ciint.iining nothing but detnlsof bill just introduce 1 by Sf-mlor hale of Chew Brother-, '' Attachment.A Suit hyv .

The Chilian war scare iS over. t>rtid-rto protect: th sc two classes lint iniiKitaiii( events of interest everii ) is for the \urpose of incii'aii'.s the naval R. Ro E>B? 'oiRand S P. j Any kind I of Pro7nder

That country is perfectly willing to evidently has failed of its purpose. Ev-n j \\ r< The Heptililic is the Ifcidmgdemociatic I I establishment. The bill atitlu'rizcs the ShIRLEY, business U'e partners under m the the <| sworn Amountb.tn'.inr to U Li for Live Stock.

make reparations and apologize. the republican advocates of the tax admit juiper ot the counliy, and has president to hive: constructed by contract name of Riseub rper&shirley.? ) ?L,9'.Ot.

its failure but to be consistent in their ] a special tnriii: iletuiimect, edited by Hun.Wm. J.OOO To A R Rr.SPnberceran.tS. P. Shirlev. Ut partners -
three hattie of 7.0-JO to tons
b.Vilsi. M. C!,. with couiribuijons ships in the banking business unu'cr the came of
If the farmers will grow every vie\\s thai H tariff tux is a publicbleuin I t from (.1 her litinguished democratic disu'aceineut, two .union d coast uVfenceveist'ls. Rost-n'-orcer' A Shirley: Dry Goods Millinery 'ata

thing on the farm this year that they propose lo reiaeuy the difficulty by in- i I lenders. It wi 1 (tie indispensable during five gun boats of t>0J( t.j 1,200 tons r\\KK i. merchants notice tIatV and partners. K. Chew doiuf an 1 lmiines F L Chew.under tJ, ii tow

need, in the fall the county will be creasit.c; the duly still more. Fne wool i the gri-.t p( i ti.emln-r the ;pure, only better off. would l be> like free sugar, a bi on to the : for I wo papets every witk. Sample copus In the contracts for the coost i'uc- a< above, and you ire reqn'ired to p'ead' oc demur ClotliinHardware '

thinks people, the value of which cannot l>eover- j will be' sent free ou "lication. Aidie! tion of the vts els s-ueJi pro\i-i< ns for increased .L.J rnl the declaration 4rh. ls'J->. the filed same in sail bein cause the on first or Monday before Call and Jitiif ynhirsei
The Boston IItrad; that
estimated as it would reduce the cost of Tne Republic, St. Louis, Mo. .speed and piemiam therefor shall of g.dd month and a rule day of this Court, or """""" "" Mio
Blaine ought to be reminded that oman judgment will be taken azai"t you bv default. >niAmi
clothing to all. be made as in the discretion of the stoetiry L. B. RHODES : : "IT"
ever lived to be president who The Committee Meet. ot the navy may be deemed advisable Plaintiff's Attornev.I Kn:es. Cooking UUnsilTo

persisted in partaking of late sup A Striking Contrast. | Notice is hereby given that the congressional If the secretary shall bo able to contract W. T. Weeks of P.ra-jfonl rlerk of thecin-uit and State court of FionUa in and ,,

pers. As we anticipated the national house of committee i/f I Ihe Second district at reasonable prices for the building i (.f do for hereby the county certify that the foregolag 13 a true suit ;ny ta te and any pocket je:3'1Lra1t11re '

wiii meet ut Jtcksfir.vile! February 11 at any of the vessels the bill I provides That and correct copy of the original on file in my : ;

npitKentatives have begun business on ar. 3 p ul the Everett llotol. for the purpose he build such vessels. $-1.0110,000 is office.Witnessiny. kinds of other llou.oe Furnishing G
Florida's next should bea may ban I anti etI of sail court this :
Holmuii rebolution
economical basis %Ir. s of deciding Iht time and plate of holding theiefor
December 31st, Is91.
sound, practical business man, ', referring to economical expenditures ihi* nest congressional convention. [SEAL] w, T. WEESS.

one who has nirde a success in his GEO. \VVII.BOX, Cliairrnan.K. Clerk Circuit Court
arc in striking! contraj-t to the great: '
Jan. 1, 12. mIN
business affairs old PiIcriEa Sec. aos
own ; not an man ririsi LowsiPics
recklessness in financial leqi-latiorf :
nor a young dude.It CIRCUIT COURT. 4TTI JUDICIAL ,
the "billion dollar congress" was guilty healthy ncrsvi:; need fear any daus of Florida Bratfor.1 County.

of. and sound the key note for reform in tZp1 () ( ous.fHjijein-f. fioi an att.iek ot WILLIAM A. PZXCE,
is high lime that those 'who rue li grippe I it'piopoily tre.ite.l. It i.s mueu vROSEMS'RGeR.t-.
this not important piuticular.: The first StllSLET.nrnE .
aipecting to become candidates were te! s-.inie as K severe eold and requires JOSEPH
bestir themselves. It lesc-iution opposing 1 I s-ubsidics 1 by I bounties jire 'iselv the same treatment ItHinain defendants in sail cin-e A R Rofe n1 -
beginning to iberger ant S ir.iuel P. Snirlev late parnrS ,
in not always merit that wins in pol- by congress in money public lands, or quietly ::t homo and tiiiected tako ClMinberlain's lor in th bank bu in--s ur-iler the firm nnte and
tough lteL1eIY .is a severe
and ail other -
st ler.f Ko-enberjrer & Shirley perV.s
itic-8 nowadays, but generally the by t-iidor-oment! or by pledge of the public cuid i.iimt a prompt ad complete recovery )* interfiled, will take r.OtLCm, that th-Jir P10?""

fellow who has the most "mind" and credit to promote special private industries is isiire to follow Tlii-s renmily also eoun- ertvin s.nd cntinty has been attached at the suit 'i1t'1.r
therein.iiliatn A. Pence, and
result of fIre plaintiff
teiact' -.uij' teudeney ol lagrippe i to
or enterprises of corporations, to enter
that said deren'lints are hereby required
money. the thous-
I in iieLl tilorl 04. Auon m.tny before the
their m said coi'tt on or .-
independent of the question of the con iudd who bavo Used it during the epiiiiiiics appe'irante .
: first Monday of Apiii. A P. 1s-! the siaie bemj : ;:
A new counterfeit live dollar bill stitutional power of congiess to make uch ( ot the past two y.- arM we have yet the 4th mlav of said month tint a rote day thereof, t -Nz42b
It is to learn of a si ogle i-i*"* tli.it h w in circulation in New York. grants, is unjust and impolitic and in a cnveied or that han -ulted in pneuHiO"i. said cause or judgment bv default will be enter

an imiuitation of the live dollar manife.it conflict with the spirit of our republican .<. -") and 50) cent bottles for aals by AKif4 I ed a&rain.t p'aiut.trs.'oi.uvK.December them and their. property sold to satisfy -

treasury note, series of 1880, check institutions as it din-rily tends all! nifdieine dealers. I 3 >th 1ijii.I .-' .-' t-_ __., -r .,rt

letter D with large red spike s-eal, wealth of favored I THOS. E. Brca.Attorne :
,totiC'UPund foster the The following; lemnrknblf yarn i is told I > 'or Fl.uitiff.I. .

Jackson p'ortrait in left hand lower classes at the expense of the v hole' people by a Gardner (Me.) s.p"rtiuaii : He was I. W T V.'eeks. c'erk of the .circuit Florida court do bere-man
r.r.vdsord. '
fi oniiti .
1 f.ir
corner, with center vignette of a who bo.ir the burdens of government and bhuoting on a very cdii d.iy, and just g Si bitrtifv o
farm 14C( flC. he was about to I leturn home he wa con-' corv oft!." (ICutIfldi nOT n'e on flIt.! in mj vfTIce.WituebS .
mauifttly furni nes undue t.icihties for Absolutely Pure. of
fronted ba big C'lt.tmount.Vhib- load KIT hand! .inJ M-il-this theglst day
'Itecembtr. A. L). lojl
the enlargement of great private estates his he touud. afier he had the dtiilir4'Tf1rT
ing gun put w. T. WEETZS.
that m'.f
Indications show
go to the : Acreamof tvtpr baU 15; powder. Highest [ EALl
will a polic> which a govcinnjent of the 11W powdei j in, that he had no bullet. ISead al! in It-avoiini: strength,-Lafest C..X Clerk Circuit Coiut.Jin. -
national convention '
democratic of ptrspir itioa siood out on 1 L.i is face and m _
pie Ciinnot justly or safely inrourage by I
not bo controlled bv Droft.-ssioiial froze like hail stones! :is they dropped to
; I. O. O. F. Ue uUr of i Kail lload A
favoritism ; 1)
form of inlegishition.The & L
Tin- any irnnii.il. handful he X 1
politicians this year. people, the Scoopiug up a .-. meeting every Tuesday ;
the rank and file of the paity, mean si rond lesolution reads: "He'solvrd tinm p 'ed Hum into his gun but the barrel -, S < night m th Mr htll. Trunr3 Company.N'OTI .

condition of hot melted.! lie tired, however sienc brvthnri rorditlly E is hereby given that under atdby
in virtue of the present lieing tiny
to bo heard in this convention and and a stream of water that issued ) ;ii fl jnvitedJ.o.iIAyEs. .,f the Uws of J-londa, in such ca-s Keeps OIl linr.il Cream Rye and irasnira Krearf Pies and eak
5- N. G
ties the Irtusuiy. and because efficient and ; made anti r'tovj.it-t. the u..<.J.Jrsi.. ned hue forniHtl -
their choice, regardless of state forth was frozen instantly into nn icicle F. J. FIELDS, Sec. theni-fUt-s.i'jt'i v Ixiih pohtuand corporate.mi oi' all kinds ..jrooial Orders promptly attended to.

is for Grover Cleveland. honest government can only be assured which penetrated thj brain of the ciita- !er the I'ainc mid srUof The G.iinei vi.e.Laro'se .

by the frugal expenditure of the public tnoiiut.Many. Bradford Lodge, No- 42, F. ft A. M.A"Ue I and Lake Butler Rail Road Company.tor .
it 'iluirsj.iv nishc before thj thud j tlv- purpose"f co btructinir. iriartrtulunu arid For Sale at the ivikery and at ilel; 'vrirer & Richards.
The politicians of each state seem money which unnecessary and lavUl expenditures in each month operttms a line of rniir a i from the city ofr.aiiifsule

to have decided to fend s solid state under any and all conditions, persons who recovered from la mtG J. M. JOHNS, a W.M.I turtlnvjrl I tl.roufi. the county of -
Bri1fiird -
grippe are now troubled with a jiersisi- J. K. WJIIN-RIGHT boo. Alac hu.i. to Lake i>iittr! ii tue countj-of
delegation in favor of one of their leads inevitably lo venal and corrupt untco'isfh. Chatiti.erlaih's <*oiich lern-! and from said citj of Ua -sville south card .i sy_ ; .c.
through the counties of \idchua.. Marion, Lev.Citius 'e- < ; -< ; -
own members to the national con methods in public affairs, no money oii2ht Oily will roai'ty| lo"spmhis cough and COMER L. PEEK 1'bbcii, H'inirido and UilUburuu u, to '- .-

vention for president. Illinois wants for the refivo tbfj I bums, 'll'm-tiiiij a pernniu'iit ATTORNE-.tT-LA W and NOT.t I the waters Tampa Bay.Th .
to be appropriate by congress cure iti .1 cry short time. 25 and .>0 cent -and- capital uk of -ai I tinesville, T iCros e

lklmer Iowa, Pennsylvania Hoies and wants Patterson public tieasury except such as is manifestly bottles lor silo bv all ineJicino dea'ers.In Fire Insurance. and Lake into L'utb-rRaml S.O'O Chares R'>ad Company ut IQtJ ee.ch.is i>s(0iii and its>t.divnn.l i gh lLIr% 7UVaFeZ, & t'Oflrr. '

so on. Why nece !Siry to carry on the eeveial Represents LIv1a'ooL: 1.( >NDx AI'KOVIUKNi'K flI.OT31' principal! (ofin m or p'.iceof bu.iness iALtchud is U.unesville,

nhonld not Florida go in for a fa- departments frugally, efficiently and honestly Cincinnati a mmbusiness is held V/A IIP.f.TfO; :, GREEN WICII, cuuuty, iiouda. .

vorite. to i-terfere with! bib religious pri ik-ges. SKCURITY, ami! JIARfKORl F.n- InsuraiutCo'iipannff. I K V.J. .WEBsTES.U. /i. i cDra1jing I

administered. A goxernmeiit liquor ganger lisa been Choice lots of Luml in tow and S. TwoiE.J. __ i'

The first of these resolutions was pasedby requested to resign as the treasurer of a county for sale.STA.SKK it FaDiNg.Czi..s. '
The state and congressional committees FLORIDA.jnelStf L. }'itn.Jan. Ji or Teaming
a vote of 227 yeas to 41 nays; the second church. The man docs 4iot drink nor sell SnGLE Cft CUFJBLE :
have their of 3. It42.-3m
appointed day but Its contact with it in an official
4 '
I- ..
by a vole of 105: jcas: to 83 nn\s i'-: tiwv'9 ,
meeting to call the state conventions c-ipacity is suppo-ed to contaminate KTiKKK! KOl'SK.( IX THE CII'tTir COURT OF BRADrottD : Picrhlpily
this finplritkMlly: t pledges I the housu To Hi" him moi.dly.Mr. OF FL< .UA.-I thin- 11c
This naturally brings to mind howdose _ _ _ A tirt-el ass I'rlvi'.te B".ii'lM'i i I IdIa COUNTY -TALK :: ,
sound democratic doctrine emphasized by eorv..
we ire getting to campaign <", W. 1oed. )rOpri.| or of the ] y of ;ufT- t to iiil I parts .f t the Ui W Ii.I'eI'tIIs FIRST NATION Bxs or FL.ORID : To Here A t A' H ; | V'-iSfippl 4 A Itended to
I the resolutions siid is a start in the liirhtDirection.
times. The national convention i* lio'e, I id lOflO. Omab i, no of the' fines: j'4.4 vs. '

in June, and the state convention Of course the senate will oppose jiev. :.nu! niO'lc lu-tels in the w est, s v.s MrsWm.. Edwards, Prop. 'ToOcorgflV. Ilipp'e.T C Hrri'LE'1'. C.ft Hippie at. t.i lii town & : Tr" Give CIl.i.'l.

should least month before the n solutions, though it will be of Onmiiborliin's C'oniib Iitnedv; "NVf .MAIN MHKKT.Starkc rifflit and as Iru-teo for II. A. Hippie ami' for TIMES. a S a .
come at a li-ive Usod \> in cur fauiilv for paivcith Florida.tn ,(her persons iinkn.iu'n. reM !tin..: .it tx'cl.U .} '
that time. curious to cpt. on what giound. Yet th-it the most s ti factory lesiilt c- poeinlly :.\ei, I'.,..nri,1 It.V.. MfCoMiiKrls an-! John ,

-- -a body( conscious) that the eye of the public forour bildivn, lor co'ds fUll troll p. 160 1 ii M'( orrniek.ptrlT.t.r ijrriii, bit'.itIC'P. riutier: tie : Teennfi
I iiipi nure ami style ot VoConuick & !Son: A. j CIi7
The bill for a state census in New is engeily scanning all their doing and It can trp lU'i'i'ii'lod; upon; bides it i ipleiJi'it Scientific Ani3rlcan C hopkins and Oco pe We} moth, partner-d.>-|
: to Tike aii'l seen t.o bo frfe tMrt in.f busmes under tlit tirni mine: oii'J K lo ..f '
Y' 'k has received the governor's unnble to find any reasonable: excuse for from chloroform and the oily substances) \ AfcCBayftrJ ? : 1opcnsVt'yttt"tli: J. 11. Cochran. K it. OPPOSIte tcrlt'a 4rr 1ae Shop, STAZSJtK, FL.

and become law. This the i into nianv eou, li ni\tur-s.i 25 cet a their nullifict'Jion. put ; -
signature may possibly pts Wile all I /. .:.- j. 7s? a3 I lug I Isi.,fr>s uuil-r fit* firm mine : n.I style ofl'.tvm ,.t.- .--,._. _-;. .-. .- s.,L. ,?.- ,. ... .
1 If a work that should have been resol ut iiflS. and $1 i botlea for by % Cia'Iirun & ( V. ; {.' A. jlajfr.tnd! J.A. I -.---.,-- .>,i.i..__ < ;:i-c
medien! denlera.A. I Wilson,nil of wlion- rejicloncos are (untc'io n. --
done years ago, but tjie republicans! 13 aid First National Uauic: of Look haven, Permj j
have: succeeded in staving it oil and Washington Letter. railroad t-lraUht as an arrow will .vlvaxria: FLOiWt bcftinAL hftu rtiiliioULAR R1LV1AT
IK built between St Louis and (.'hic.igo \TOU tire hereby ordered and required to f.n- ,
lhn- preventing a redistricting of \V-ishingioM.! Feb. 2 1892.: soon. ;The trains will b the basis of its 18W. to a asrai sr\oi
liiintate on present The adminhl ration bavin" by means ity and travel one hundred miles an hour TRADE MAHKS, court by First Nattoncl! fiai.ic of Honda. otier- .11 points in South JIuVde! aid V.ts; FiotnU.! 3'ckile, New Orleans! *n-l tie Sow

population.Mr. not altogether Mitisfactory to tliose who Two parallel tracks will be laid!, each td& DESIGN PATENT3 vie th"iilleKisot thesaid bill will be tasenhg Liue't ecnr.eeLins tuati toint : rtIiest eadNortuCast. Eh'gsut* new coach..
'9'V COPYRIGHTS, etc. lust J Oil itS CULFt'Ssf 1 1. 1..uto ti-otii Tawpt to Ciru'iauaa\vitu>utcMinge o u.ieepet_
place American patriotism above political track I to be used only for tiains fr one I>or InformaJion and free Handbook wrtte to It is further oi-ilered that this ord-r be pt.bhslirtl (11 .iOrft i'eih.and ThoruHSv dIe.un .
Dan Dixon, who lives rear of secured duvciini. and only i.ne train is to be allowed MUNN 4 CO., :tt BHODWAT, NEW VOEC. once a week for for 4 .vn>-e"U.tixt-'-ksin '."lilJ In ePei ..tan1, 1592.ti .

the lamohia lake aggrandisement any one man. on one track at a time, so that any Oldest bureau tor Bocnnnx p'tenU In AnierlOL the Brt accepts coolers as settlement of the Chilian Every patent taken out by ns u brouRtit bciore in said county ot l 1'.rat!for:!I.
a satisfactory collisions cannot take plsce. The run between tee of in the :35'' !0 1 Lv { ', t kLv jutksonu11e Ar S IJk
pubiic by a notice given free charge the p a crii.ii.dino Ar 3th p U4> a N'-p > > p
tender his It sailS Witness hand and seal of the ci.vui
legal at store IP imbroglio, it i is now the turn of the people the two cities will bo made iu iwo court my of Bradford couutv, Florida. 7 :.'0i> il.5aLv Callahan >r 1 i> i oOaUOuplll 10 "> p 7S-iaLv: taMwiu Lv 71C
S be interesting to Mr.Dixon's nentifwLanreat 4mcriu ) aLv Jtu.kiivillf Ar 1 5T. p SWa 14 a. S> 45 eAr JaV' CVyjLv 68p
an eight see
and onc-hrtit hours, and p>tssenircr I irnins [SEAL] this 19th day of January. ivr2.
the democrats the .
represented by in v. T. WttK'i.FLKTCHTR 9tOp1d5pLv Ettlitwiu: Lv 1 Iui. >' u1117p 1.&a tiidaAr LiveOrrk Lv i4$p UI
customers after having pureha will travel in day time only. The wheels I7pir Stnrkel'IIop L-tI4a 432a aArSuwannte'pLv
satisfactory & WCRTS. Clerk Circuit Court.
house of obtain
cd rations articles reach down representatives: to a of the cars me to Infix feet high but their rtpcnlatlon of any ecientlflc paper In the Plaintiff's Solicitors. 2 3pAr IIa-\h..rne i.v Fi4a 3 S3 a [ SK'alOl'UAr Madison Lv 444p lBS
world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent Xloa; 2:1 Lv O-2r 24-la 43.atIN.t.5 M wticH!.* LvSKpOlHt
settlement with the adrninistri'in. floor pAr L.ir.v3J1 a
xles will be placed above the by Jan i? IStt.
man should be without It. S.1.00 .
Weekly. a
into n Rack and hand him large I. i> Ar y i1verSLring3h.v t'ia! 2Oa 21.6 pArMia Toh1aL- Lv 2e5p tl %-
The th-it Mr. Harrison and which plan th- curs ire lowered consider year: 1.SO li months. Address MUNK A CO,
sucptrion :
mere ;
1-UIiLLsliLa.361 Ui1W.New Vor 2 12 a t4&tuAr Ot.-a..i I.v 9la 1 4'a 14rp.kr Quu.ty Lvl25ap *
rooter for value received, for which. of from SlierilTs Sale. T in Ilnint 10 lverJi' ttucLv 12 18 WEIlVii.sicv.la
Mr. Blame have dared to brim the ably and d.umcr turning over any p Ar essri L.V 7 spa ID a 4tOpArP. p
: -
in n-tuin they get two or three small cause uiudi Icusemd.--bt. Luis: Republic Travelers Hotel. MARY O. WITKOVSKIvs 4"0a! .illpAr leesburg I.v 11 U-ia lOlftpt OS.; Lv fiSOtttfi
unnecessarily to the veryvnre of \v r 54>a 4)par 'Iavtres Lvlo.aa .53up 2TOaAr )iot.iiiLv liOs
M's chanire, according to theiii.iuiit ---0 The editor of this I IJ'I-T "ill s-npply I all I Mn.LY DAT. 7:4)a. 635: pArUliOa A..ii.ka I.v Cta > .;5 pLv 74SaAr N-wOriesius I.v 83 p
in their nv thy for the n-puMiesn! presidential BMck'.en's Arntc 3Ivo.Tiii. 71JpArUS >riainiViUwuOil>> 9 10 a 4 3tI< p (SSOaAr1115pAr 5r.tKt'H' Ar 785BirQiin
of goods lttrc1iase1l.-\tIaIi. di'biririt in sttt t i' mit the Truveleis 1 Hotel at.luckM >Y virtue of a writ of execution iss-iwl out of '
iti' i is nf itself .' I' -51 >nlve in tilA' woikl for cut*, 1 a 440pL> \ I.v Hi9aUC'p rauj Lv340p
nomin> >n. disgraceful: ( s >
of the Couut Biadfonl
nv5Ui*. whicii is nosy ronducieil on the court > JuJifppf
ta (N n 512(1 BlOp.Vrbila I I>iU.eC'ityI'lanfuv Lv 7 11 a. 1..Z1)p VJiaArZ sashivre; I.T 71SsI .
to the patly wj ieh iliey bi-ib 1; npicsentIt bruises, s->res. ulcers, s-ilt nipum, lOVer the Eurout-itn :arid Am ricnn r-l.-in. with county. Florida, ilited DecfiiilioriJd A. L), iSill, : 7tJpAr Lv a9a l> 17p i7 a Ar652aAr UKil!> 1 v 12 10C'.ncinrati
sores, t( HIT, chapped IMIK'S chilblains I I to rae directed! in the alx>ve st..ted cause. I have ? 4)a MOpAr l.fupnCVd.irKe Lv SUOaSl'JpLv Lv 750p
It has been sid that none' but has iioirt 1,, en aAr St. Icvi Lv 7 SopC'hicir
iiiM. It JJmzggit2i'. 1 licm ary depot to the Itots-1 property of t'ae dcJendaot. Mnlv Day. vzOne 2 :SI Ar CuiuesviEe Lv i.u ii a 10 Ar .. I., 4 15p _
!I. "nivi or no reqnireil. p p -
actioniil t.iken lh" liou'o pay ___
,.ilIi'maires can: get elected I lo tlutnite any by The Truveh dm-s t fite 'bus lot I2.,1 t frrt e..at and weston the north curd south
rs n<> run a i'OpAr Lv fi-0a
> I
is 4) tVO AIf3"t S4ti5tLCtiiti.ir :.t tnUtA.1.F F t.i.I-tL1E2 i
gsiar.iit wnds. eli feet north and south on e rr.st and we- r
l States Ncnate. Tliis icpn.r.cii Theie is :j sti"$ "r fci-lhjir in favor ot !!l' inoii<*v rofuirie I. I'rhc!!'" 2.5 cents per or b'mggige w.ijon. hut hy a special ar sides bounded on the vn-st bv lot i.fW, ii p..ill.ps. Trains V'S, 1. 2. y anti ItI'atiy. lliUii. :! cars 7on, i.v Jatk--ot.vi.t.! Ar 8 Sip

ran no longer be ca-a as .Maryhind house coQimiM' on foreign affairs mnk-: box. Toi 4a1.Zi hr W. I II. llivor*. r.tiitreiiicnt with! the proprit-tor. Mr.b Bum'I now owned hyVin.. Sipp. < lots owned bv J. ?t. Johns, end 4. 7. s daih ,
---- I Ion K jlt:irts. m' SI"! i-iriij'.ed to save our formerly -_ Lake ('it' L.V S vw p
the honor of elected ,iijon of the in on'erto '
huts inve-t matter
: ;> ing on : street. on the east by wt fonmrlr l-KU.SAN.'INA AND i 'tUIr.lAN1' i.uL'IK.t0 WljaAr whiteSpriBgs LT 831p1'TUaAr
.c A coirespondent from Gainesville to reaiicis time ci mSL <>f t1 .in'trs.. owned! by Wm T. Dr J>*n, ..ow owneil --
mr'n V ecause he is poor. This SH haul n -it'da uhelher there i is any veal > I I 1 i' Jasper Lv IMp
the Times-Union Another business W.n. Walter o-j the SJiitli hy C.t'l strertlii
snjs: by ------- --- -- 1201 pAr Valdcbta LT 901 p
to have been the) of .SenatorGibson's lor tlu* THE the ot btarke Brad.ord Fl irid -.p 9..OaLv Jactoroavule Ar 2Ib S50a
cause truiund stISpi'tn go generally entertained furnishing Mippurt to n large elf i cut anti! WE TELL town c-niutv. i -.f5pAr Sa IixstedintheNYui of t>\V# of i-Vj. 2S.T ,. e s 55p !1 1C it Ar trrn-f.nina I.v 2 -0 p ,O a IHOrAr Atlanta LT TlOa44"a.Ar
election. Neither wealth that tin- Bending of the ultimatum putting into circulation here Mnnnnliy TRUTHabout R. :2 E.. contiining one-h.ill acre. nir>re or !e'e. 3 3J p Ar It runs\vu-k Lv -. li' a Chatttnooca LT 18Sa

or po\erty should effect i tho election to Cl'ili was nn unnecessary bit of <-tver.il 1 hi ills nut dollars i is that of gathering rh and will' t'tter the s.imc for sale ti> the hi>'hu-t -so'. 1, l.tf ant it
and iving for market tli' ntt lye about Seeds. We will send and best bid'1-r for ca h in front 01 this couit oaily.
to to important a portion. Fit ne buncombe to boom Mi. Benj Harrison t piep house m MI d count} and state vi 1 in kat f..ourof FLYING CXtAc'iFJL-Iaiy except Sunday.
tnt ms5. whicJi! irrows :abo umlaut iv pretty : you Free our Seed Annual saloon the S 4a Lv .
is what is needed but Je't'snnydt3 Ar 541'p 1 ITp Lv Silver SPrirBj Art B4P.9Z.'t
as things goMr. It may be. however that shnmc for the nciiily all ivn lii'state.. Here aie several for 1892, which tells Fit st 'tonday of Ttarcli, A. D, l'.U. ar | liv.-n Lv 43)p() Clip Lv Oc-ala Ar U8

Gibson! is no disgrace] to the position which the result <.f such an investigation factories tng'iirtd: us pn-paiing for niaik 1 l I THE WHOLE the saii.e I.t4iig lUe 7th duj of xhul nH''i'h n-'d jlej l'W-iAr' Lawt-y .-.r84t.> 2 Kp Lv VTildwood Aril
for it ;".! sale dav l'urchas pivii'K our title Iruj>- li2t Ar siI..e: Ar : aj.: .a Ilr L Iaeach.'e Ar 15*
thism-iss. moss comes
senate. might plice the United StUein green ny ptiiiiteil out b> plaiatul uunrr.eyl itt 4 r u.n '.r 3 Eiu 3 ai. I.vsatp Owenihoro Ar 1341-
from the trees they from 1 to f-j er i .-
pay J S C-ji'v. 11a A.U27p Havt'ur'rno Ar 24ipArJTKp I.T Ar 15&
before Ihe n'ion: l)f iht* worlrt! viill DieCity
hundred pound". Ftb.5.1s9J. Sheriff Rrad "r-lo..intv. rU.IX 11 .t.a Ar I U"ft- ViantCitr5Ot Ar !*
The Times-Union tin-re 427pLv
says arc prevent the invtslig'ttuia: bLiug! utWily! I We illustrate and give Ar Si.r.ertprrug.* Lv 1 S7&, Ar Tamp LI*
two njen in Florida, either of whom U: should be lr Every House. prices in this Catalogue, THE 1.11-j-jj. COURT. 4Tii Jt.. trim it ,
# made. & CIRCUITuite of Florida, bra.ford. Coudtv.- F..riif..rnntious hw'al agent, Tkfe ox'tlee sa .V. Bar street. corB hogan Depo$(O'd
would have the nomination for governor J. U. WiNon, ;.71 ''lay! mtroot, Sh.trps- -- which is handsomer than In Chancery. hogan tret-f Jif1 sunviUc A. n. ,',UcDonell, r'*.- P- t T 4N '
Mr. Ulaine and S Moult. I Ihe Chili.m
but for "bad breaks" made by ; bnrjj. r*., "AVS In, will not be without ever. It tellsNOTHING E. Strong S FfNNINlN. Traffic Kdnn-ci-r,

minister, 'd.> n.>l sj.enl; UN they puss by' hr. Kir.sc'b New IiNi-ovory for, Ton N BUT THE \S.
them within the eight months. John J. Bach, Elizabeth LJach and Jos< h J Cone.
past (t'itiiIis! and Colds, th.U it 'p
owing to Moult having in.iditatmeiiJs sumption, / *-
Jt wonld be interesting lo know who 'cpp seriously reflecting upcn the veiacity of I Jl. Truiiy Cfinplixiiiaiit'sa.'enr. thittM-.-
after KII attack of :a trrinpf*.
these and what tho breaks PiiteiilIi..1i'i
men are, d, CO. Detroit Mich.s. idenct of tlu-dift-ndanLs John J Bach ami KhAt &
I :Mi. Blahie. It will nut Mirpii-'iii,. if \\IIPII variom i oilier rmuwdies niul Mover- beth Biich unknown a::if that they
are nonrc -
t'1e that were BO bad. It ran be Jvnor Montt slull CiH-cii.d.i tl.ul he lioe.simlVare ii jibysiei MIS h.i.l done her r.oHobert >-ideitof the irate cf Horida.an'u th it the Train leaves Hampton for Macon and
\Yi te l.
taken for granted that if they had D?rl't r. ol'Cooksixirt. I'a., claims said John J. Bach and Kl'ZiVieh Bich art each

to u-inain in V, .t-hiu toii, \r! !> Kind's :NtLis'overy has done innniori od L-i.lies and Gentlemen ti over the age of twenty-ate years, now upon
agreed with the T.-U. that | r. few ir
paper, motion ot L. B Rhodes soiicicor for E. in Northwest
Strong the
' would not hav considered tLc J EgHii tn.iy: tit.o! LMsne luniiu from l'lihInfore I gOtt I li! in yihins; ho ever used canvass for the GASKELL[ LITERARY complainant, it i-on'cre'J' Lh'tt the above uarne.t points North and ,

lor.jj; r >r I lunij tro'.il-U*. Nuthiii) I like I it. Free CLUB at a n>Ue of $73 00 per month. defendants Jo'an J Bath and Eiuzabeth lUn-b be
break very bad. It cannot possibly liNl bou'fn u W. H. Rivera drag store Address 1 and they ant each of them is hereby required to at 6.50 a. m. and 8.55 T> m. South
bo Senators Brown of Monroe a nit As fir is ii inav* be donu by the ways I.-irge bottles, jilic and $1. a plead answer or demur to the bill filed m this .
R. L. BRIGHT, cause on or before 'ebruary4th A I). 1&>2 ort.ie
Yancey of Lake, either of whom and' means ( nr.iniittce. the tariff nolicv i.f 1 noSly 2G4 Franklin St., Chicago 111. bill will be taken us ccnfe-sed stains' theci. bound 8.55 p. m. and 6.15 a. m.c'as
break the back oitho the house hn* bei-n agreed upnn/rth democrats In New Yoik the other dsy a man was It is fuither tideied >hat ttis or'ieor a ciivthervof .
might possibly be publi-hed ( nee a -k for
seen praji'ig tin thi sidewalk. He was we fojir con
'party.-Palatka Herald. of th.ii committee having decided arrested crank. If This is a s-vutive wetrks prior to said dd.t'- above men du night trains
promptly as a a man
that: it would report a series of separate j does an\ thing there that the natives are CAMPAIGN YEAR Honed weekly in newspaper the Bradford puo'isaed! County in said TEUGRAPH.:Bradford a For infornmtii apply to agents ot the company or to the nnilewip*

One of the most attractive of the luriff bills, instead of one general bill.! not accustomed to h" is sure to be inn in. KEEP county, Florida A. C. KNAPl MENZIES .
YOU WILL WANT TO UP Done and ordered by me this 51st day of JinuaryA.D. JAMES ,,
hhovi Mories recently published) appears There are still a number prominent and -- I-ftJ.: W. T. WLEKS
WITH THE PROCESSION. Traffic Manasr Macon Palatka Fha.I .
under the title, "lhie 1 lU-lles .f f fSpruceland influential memhcis of the house who be Men jeer it women for their way I... B. lai'.DF Clerk ('ireoitcuui't. Ga. Gen. Agent, ,

Of pirttllins secrets nisiht and day; In order the more thoroughly to keep CompVs bu. By N. I). WAIVCHHT.
a in the February double live that this Quitter should be discussed I Bui there's, oiu- secret I' 1 engage [SEAL] Jj-;,t. t'Ik.
polled mint lake a I. v.: T Weeks, clerk ot the circuit un-J The
you court ia
number of The Youth's Companion in caucus before being linally deu ltd..Much She will not tell for vtcnUb and eye; for 1 rjdloni county, do hereby certify that the $

It describes with uncommon iidelity can lie saul bolh for and ug.iintt She will n i.t tell it thoush! sue die- .Newspaper. ebovan 1 foregoing u a truecop\ ot the orUiuatornei

..e a party ai ranged by t wo girls 'I 1hu this last ide.i.Uepritentalives. I Thai secret is her age. Ex. TIlE PENSACOLA nowon m v fin hand In and my office.Vitur.s sval of. office this 2:st Jar

guests wore the old ladies of the of Ihe deep of January, I). IMtt. '

village, belles of fifty years ago, and convention nccnlly held :U Detioit.waterway ni.itieMguments Electric! Sitters WEEKLY HEWS [SEAL] Clerk W.Circuit T. WFEKS:Court..

their chief t-nteitaiiiiuviit, was a .erciiiide -. I Tliis jt-inedv ii bnfoiniii so well ByN.D. Waisniour. Li. C
t.etcj-e ii :]i 'i nit session of tLe j i Will keep fully in'ouncd. a tioni J.D.SS.1HB. I

: by the old lifer ..nd diumnu-u l i $tua'e ('t'tfl hut tee on ft inniiTeu and the I Known a"d si> !jv'pnl tar as to iuel lam i i.ieciil i and tnte you politic will I'e in ii ii. column F Leaves St. Augustine daily at 8:10 a. m.JackS0" .

.Lf their youthful In such iiicti'ion. All I I who have med. trt-nttd. Ii i I 9:50 a.m.arrivcs; Maccn,3i5 p.m.; Atlantaio:4Op.n.;
days. s i Iiciii' coauniUi-c .d l haittois I Cfll lireti MVi-lv I ? an
mi > ;u!: : rif'tiiiUi'.ters: sir ; sine wny oijii
I ('av'-as an-i rad>--Marks obtained and a li Patent Chattanooga, a.m.; Cincinnati, 5:50 p.m.
.story'ld and young meet on a com :4i-i ,\ timel li'Miiw dnm-.i! not exist "t 4-
Balunl.y. ia l.tvi-r tit t tl-e! t'ii7o.tI11etjsii of u. purer 3-I'GEIPEi bu'i'iicoti.iue'v.i' fur Ml.iDV.RATB I E>1SOL'K .
snon gt ou nil of mt crest and ilo i .. oi.S i it i< 'mtcl to ilo Ml th it i.Il.c is, OFUCF. IS OPPOSlTti U S PA'EVT! JAM Passenger Trains a*. NO EXTRA FARES.
auu.ilhMv.t ) fn-in IK.uu) ; 1,1 the VH.M.I 'liste-d.: i i l. .r'C--s wi'l euroill V YEAR.NIIW I ( Sue and e ran secure Jkiteiits in !less tune
the touch of title scntiiiieii it'll : -31.00 aaj f\: es CDS c ilia, tr.ose I ol this System, arrive East Tennesst* $
: i Un. meat; :akiittui line cii ii.d. i"i.tesiiuulcd ..k..a..OM 'ii. i Ii" Livmr < iid K''liu'vs, vjl! ivmote iru't: \\Vsh Be sure your Tickets read by
by all Nothing lwttvr could I n.i iN. S 01' Rif.ini! .nl I ,. ilC. Hiltonenl t [at and depart from] A
agCN. cost of the v.oil; i-i $,;o.i94! O'O, ieiii r9 a. .- 'u.d '. drri.irig rr phofvh! deserirtiin.
be read aloud to a faniilv circle. fl'' cr HtU-<'lions snisp I bv .1 iiuiuieMai I'1flOtli THE NEWS PUB (.I., V\f pdvisif i p tentaM oi not. Ireeld)-. [Union Depot, Atlanta! j jHjESSSBBHBE&SBszi and Queen and Crescent Lines; s&* 3
ussil the iini to i-ompkle! u ft ota t tout t \ f drive iria from M .reIri fi'l] charge vm f.e .0- due till patent u,. ..UVj,

What We Want.We six years. ileeli, well MS run all M l'mriai Pei.sac'la.V5I.jF"Dyonrnarn.wh1rI. Flm.f \ Utlle iJook. -JIow to Obtain PuteuLs." with -F. M. JOLLY, District Passenger Agent, Astor Dlock, JACKSONVILLE
iP'i.&i. For of iread.be.. ( on-tipu.. T'arae-otact'ial clients m 3 our state county or TEN4
i-nr jTv
chairman nf tin. lioiise co ivtsStl.i 101 eli -li. !i iii J' *J. I tow n, sent free. Adures- B- W. WRENN, General Passenger Agent, KNOXVILLE. /4
learn tli.il Springer tioi jiiiil Is d i ze-aII! ttv lllfvt'ic Ritf i'nsr altoverto rubliahersi, Jianu-

nod nitun-i committee ttys: that 5 president iiiidvKvitsii.ut.} h.i :;ltidt i ilo Ko'iif sTi-.fi"'ion jjtj Lriitte.l I or m :i<>\ (' p -VT I .\ Jrao'wprs, 'a'eMeen and th .s* Opp. Patent Oface. C. A. SNOW & C"j.) ---- ___ : _=: -.- T---: .- .
ways j' and I
his views f flowed the firt tariil tnibtought 1 f.tvoialily i. :pur: u bill providia,; a coifiiiutional refunde-1. Price 5.'h'. ninl ;?' per bottle H! i. vrji .s iinpt.u I Iir"e i j. n.zt ag-nis' nf K<> k- :bringS 'j'14 Now is subscribe
nre \V. H. Hlver's Drns-f. l ID te
I anieitd'iwni fur ti.e rliction o] >ie. 5 ,,.? .. iMit-M Lers.ar.a s.trap>s A N' EWS FA P E RSFRFft. time to .
into the oust will IK one Dl.icuu t. of. -0iflciing you ta: ins, asmcics eW.Aifl'es V...i g,,,,.

wool on the f itlis: and cutting 'lowi I U i> scn.it'Ms by tepejiU!: Tin l'Fi.R.I.t': ; \\ Id! 1-c sent tc ,t 1t.fly3.i. :-'ii.1 i4.t..b5i 2 ..It bui biir4ui.
UiENTh' RICOED. Lox 42, Athata.Ua. f .no. ?z i5 ,.. ,,
j The democrats of the house will probal ._i 'WI ,,* I, I'Mrt.&. ,, .uit only $1
the duty on woolens to the present acvaJorcm I illy address for 11 a year. I augii fn tM. At4....bOtl,eu.PSE.bii.r.i.t_a. .p ,4 ; a year,

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i- BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH, Kentucky R.House.llartjn sick UM! County CoiniuissSoners. The Farmers are In E rnc"t.mucl THE 1'- VVJ-IO: QL'IT.HU } inoircrARs: (; : I w ii.j;; ;

Board Diet Feb. J, 1892. All members The farmers of the south are very

strive, Fla.. Feb. 5, 1892. "II be milk maids' drill" to present Minutes of last meeting adopted. | iu earnefct. appiarently. in their efforts to Deprxrtiire 1iitrtseut.JHiin't; Create a lilpplw of I -DIALE1IIN. .

at tlit school !:igbt Board commis: bring about a reduction in the Cotton; 'YOU CAN READ A MAN FROM THE
house. j agreed to atteud county About seven milei fn>m th ? Arkansn

n, sioners' meeting in Tihlahiset! the 17th crop. The resolutions adopted bv the river we met a m.iu on tlie hi. h'.vay with i a KIND OF CIGARS HE SMOKES.Huinn DRUGS AND MEDICINES

: cai afraiTYby Mr. 1'. A. Rnight will onen his inst., in behalf of state n-presentntion at cotton planters' convection that met it gun on his slionjtder. lie Itxikwl as if be .

Store about the had been having ten round go with break-
\ buy inferior flour when you middle of this month world's fair. Green Keith allowed to .j Augusta and adjourned Thursday show bone fever, ac.l that.tfttr he had Lw. Fumiliar Nam*" -tzoti-s-How Siloes, -

) ulin get bxve?t Home at the same *'rJ' S Alvarra ha change public road running through his that they undeistand how important it i iS knocked out somebcxiy% hi-'l run his suit of Meo Art When The, 'tioosf nnd t.tghtI G ILo1-"H

price at Heiberger & Ricnai d. mfat market in the opened a Jands. Board requested governor to offer tha't a very much less number of acre clothes through a cornsheller. He stop I Uie Fragrant \Tcecl*-CharactrrUtles ofCommon

: bu ildtnlion. IJeningway reward for capture of murderer of M. A. shall be planted in cotton this season. But peil and we stopped, and he asked: Inveterate !Smoker --w:. -
A full lin of paints atTruby "
"Goin down as fur as Clark's Bend?
Sternbiirg & Co. Knight. Ordered building of bridge over will the farmers, in :accordance with the ; "Yes." Do vu'm stioe; ? If you do, why not. BBS' funii .
W. II. I do ; ; !!! tefc.: !
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"Ironclad" notes for sale Butler Edwards, of Lake Gum branch. E C Crews reinstated on advice of their lepresentative men "Do me H favor*" ''at leH'ire. l.tve: n little chat about ci-

at the was in towli on Monday of pauper list. Collector authorized to reduce what common sense tel's' them they shoulcdo "Ye.s." 'Kur*. 4T-i.--ii! 's and smokers. But I do

TELKU BAPH office._ this week..flr. assessment on lands ofV J Thomas ? It is all we'd enough to p-iss: resolutions "Jest after you -CHS loose creek you'i nut u'ivi.sc ..n to praise the brand yon IRY: GOODS & NOTIONS.j '

Salt-large sacks 90 cents atoc94t I I reduction of at leust 20 pet see a shack.lt ty cabin! on the loft. Ttiar'illie are UT now smokin It is too dark, .
CI ami V Sapp. Following lulls urging u ) ?
nd f Ncwnan paiu : an ole woiti.i stttinj on a log dipping
Ueibergcr & RichardV.Crockery !last, Siin0iy at> 31r. ville, spent I'aurK-r. f 79 00 cent in the cotton area, and tot the news or stiiokbga ht'; 2." it snmeJlat! ye-sterday'a damp atumosihert' -j Having joist,, received a Lirgs' stlM-k tot c

and glassware cheap at home in Starke.S. J. i. BlitI'8 T Din, bri.lc 3in: 7-T papers to print articles showing that the "Yes." it. allies are black as a traitor's the m.lsvt. t Mu. we art prepared to'supply :

Onn Owens, Jr. woik farmers will be benefited b) such reduction "And sevj-n towiipa'lerl nnJ r.tgedyoun'un:4 :; your wnu. (jjve IW ? call snd ii.
2o C5Guiiidiug
tolling around in the dirt." : The tren-snrea of Havan.i formerly 'ei: : ur L-'tni bctor es.Lere.. '
Coffee 5 Ibs. for SI atHeiberger M.'eUs has but how can the farmers be induced s
returned piisoner 1100 "
from "Yes. 1 rhv exclusive enjoyment of the opulent %v. ll. RiVERS
& Richard's. an extended trip to his orange Jail woik liti! wood 575 lo act in accordance with the resolutions!? "Waal that's my pUce and farn'l y. cr classes are no-.. within the reach of aug1 ,

Nice mouiiled pictures for sale grove at Umatilla. TELEGRAm publishing 5 00 Some of the very men who assist in passing wait up to an hour ago. I want ye to ht-j almost every OIM. andheii crops are 8TARKE FLA.. .

.. abeap at Morgan's BazLr.k The warm, Rpring-liko days of this I Morgan Inos. stationery 2 boSupt I the resolutions will plant more acre and name's tell tbeoM llir.tm,woman and if that she I've doubt.s quit. you Mj short in Cnh.-i Mexico. Virginia and the ; H. K. LAGKKtiKKN :

k Harness, saddles and bridles at week have caused everybody registration' Gl: 25G I iu cotton this year in all probability than which she won't, you kin describe me." ; Carolina.* ij plv the dftu-iency. LAND SURVEYOR.

Owen Owens Jr. think about planting.Rev. to \V Clysit. Ct' com 11 SOJ ) they did last if somebody could hit upon "Do you mean you have left Lome I There are cupirs: of many different

I B Crevs '. 17 90S a plan to s"cure honest and hariu.tiiooIsaction "Sartiu. I't got elfin ickvQeil oat anSi titles, most of them highly sounding. Deputy County Surveyor.
; Job printing of all kinds at the I'm hejuleil fur .1 healthier climate. ">IUhljist like the Spauwli hidalgos by whom they
ill Lines
Keiirwin be from
synodical mission 1034 in t..is matter tiiere wmild cause run U. S. Surrey Field Notac.Levelling .
1- TLEGPlotilee.TbeTraveler'8 uu(1ry expenses stop and I t.-Il the old woiiin. so sinwon't were named There are C.iyudos. Prea-
ary of the Presbyterian church all over the south. and Drainage System, cie.
Hotel was \v. T.VEER. Olerk.Tolnu't.'o foi genuine rejoicing think I've got mired or dro-.rndctl. | sados. Tralnu'o.-s, Loudres, Reguenw rCaIi at thin Offlc.
in Jacksonville the
in city last Monday.Mrs. The farmers are very much in earned "But didu't you lull her j'ou wtn Princessas Caballeros. Crevas.
PrincipeadeGal'p.s. STARKE
I i is the only lirst-clafes hotel j
to in their de.-dre to cut down cotton production going?
WaluTr [ Fl ir Finos. E-sparteros. C'om- .
keep open all summer. and Mrs. Sceitz, of A good iiniiy of our farmers are in then "No. 1 was out fchootin squirrels, and]
but unfortunately) they want ; erciantes, Isidores: MeUUs. Regalias. I
marte un'ud all of sud-len. It'
Crosby lake, graced doubt whether it would them up my a
Saddle horses for ladies and our sanctum this p.ty plant do not Regains do la Ueiua. I E. L. STEWART M. D. .
gentlemen week with their neighbors to do what they proposeto : right on your road and won't htoy joumore'u Simples. Jenny ,
I at J.V.. Alvarez & presence. tobacco thinking that! I th"ir lands are too Lmd Adelirw Patti Divina Iiu-
Co.'sstable do themselves. The low price of cotton a minnit. (Goodby. iJamh *
*. Mrs. M. M. Hale spent several low However this supposition! may this season will do more toward reduction We found the pliit-e without difficulty. periales, Imperadores Co:
stand in to the There ww ths? shacklety cabiu. and there Libertadores. Office at RivtrJ SW
this leg.itd common coarse Conquistadon, etc. Drug 6.
Rio days week in Starke than all the resolutions -
The best coffee 5 Ibs. for visitiru' of the next cotton crop :
$1 Kit the old woman ca'.miy! sinokiiig a clay
her kinds:, all Florida authorities agree that It is for the "connoisseurs" to exTtic
& Richard's. among numerous friends.Mr. lint have been passed because with inches
: at, Heiberger pipe a stem uuiy two long.
for Cti'.i.i-i tdb-icc.: ;) no buds capable: of their preferences and to contend for tr-
: Fresh garden seeds at B. P. thousands of farmeiw have neither the Scattered aro-.iii'l inoi ; the stumps were best. There degrees in tobte'us ,
Jones very ; -- ,
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.> Oa., yieliiing gul crops} of corn anti cotton half a ilo/en chililren. ea'-h one seenjiijlj: .- ,
much -p't
: Owen Owens. Jr. was in the city last money nor the credit to pant as and thiu the other. 1 I as in wine, and the Havana brand h.r< : ; 7- tel. .
Sunday, a guest are too low. In f.ict. the tob.icco crop ifpantttl However more dirty nigged : i.it ruLLL, t.LPHYSICIAN

Gents' furnishing goods cheap at of his brother, Mr. N. J. Jones. in t lime, should h. ve Wen boue.ltoefi cotton liiis year as they did last. 1 was deputized to break the news to the pedigree as has Chateau Vquoiii HU-1

theie is no reason why the farmers woman. Chambertin. .
_Owen_Owens, Jr. Mr. \ re the rainy season begins. It is gfMf she .saluted I The the AND SURGEON.Ofllc .
\ m. Tison has reined < si lulu not call conventions and adopt "Howdy stranger! as upproache | "Figaro" or "Henry Clay" h.u

Have you tried Sweet Home flour? deputy sheriff, and Mr. E. E Johns a !silly conceded I that low htinls well I diain- reso'utions.' The resolutions cannot do 1
The tale are increasing every day. has been ed are the best for Cub.in tobaccn. "Madam, have you got ahusl iadaimed ; of tobacco as in the empire of love, at Caiklua' Cms Stre,
appointed to fill his- do good. "
harm and some
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place. may Hiram? I
The best trade uees it. For sale by But as tob-icco pushes it roots Itt her among cigars as among women, there is STARKE FLORIDA'mylStf ,
made rt-ckon.
9 Heiberger & Richard. The S. L. I. A. spent seven dol- decj" into the toil attention must lie paid The Augusta: convention made suggestion "Tall, sickly looking man. with rgped always the eternal and inevitable rivalry
been by
I tint I had not previous
Fresh oysters at atMeacham's lais in purchasing shade trees for t*> biibsiiilhcit the land for its cultivation clothes oa>" tween the blond and the brunette, the Frazse
every the c inventions. It is lhat commission dark and the light, the strong and the & Hall
"Tlwf.H Hi.
day. Leave your orders early. city. This is public spirit for i* Delected Sputs: that have: beenlieuvily
mvreh-iBis: ot the doiith tint handle food "Well, we met him up the rond utx>nt mild: but in the smoking world aa else

.. The only $2 a day hotel in Jacksonville you. tiiiilicri-d \\hifhintleir\\iid i I products assiit in making A market for three tiile.s. and he- asked us to titup aud where, if the brunettes are generally Att'ys and Counsellors at Law,

isTheTravelers. The next bi.iUt Ii..rc alliit-k! arowth of deeprootedvijjirtation fauns. If tell yon bo 'd quit." strong the blonds are not always mild.
meeting of the S. L. I. such products from southe.-n ROOM AO. 1. JOSEf BLOCK. I'-
of all kjn |,, A. will be the MiUStorm. In.ve ceM-rally good tilstil i! : &o "Dun K-tl u-il- HOW SOME MEN SMOKE. ,
Hauling ( without delay. at home of food crops should be made money crops "Yes." STARKE. BRADFORD '
also li-ive places where beggar weed luasMed. A true smoker must never select a -
Call at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s All members are expected( there would be less hesitation among the "Gcine ci! by hl.-wt-ir! ?" And Downey Bulld'g, cor- Third and
Ji-iusaii'in; oak aud cwklebur moist cigar, bat at the same time he
livery stables. to attend. suttt hem farmers in giving attention to "Yes. Center *Fernandina, FU.
gi&. .v. A sill, t tiattun I of v. Jiitu &an
Fruits and vegetables cheap at The pntert.iinment: i to-nig'it at tlu- belo .: I ihe urflc; soil is deleiin. I them.! -Si.vauna.li News. "That's the way 1 understood him." Latin philosopher said, "In medio tutis-

Owen Owens, Jr._ school IIMH-JV is for the! benefit of th- !>s lo t Ills Clop. Let Duval Lead Out. She looked around at the half cleared shuns ibis." h

Farmers, when you come to town Hapti church and should be liber- Tin be The meeting of the world's fair directors "patcli" of ground grown up to weeds, at The supreme felicity of tho smoker CANDY
tobacco to ,
; cuip.l a Micce.ss SIUMgrow STORE
feed your horse at J. W. AlvarezCo.8 & rally attended. of Florida and the county commissioners the old and the ragged children, and depends also in great measure upon the ,
oil fast. For this ruitou it must i.e then HOe recv'I the pipe and blow a cloud manner in which he lights his cigar.
month wrl h
feed stable.f ? Tallahassee 'this
The veil fertilized in; order to live its nourishments at of nmoke into the air :uid replied: To verify it* peculiar aroma one has C'. R. ENSEY,
entire board] of
county commissioners decide deliniiely what Florida "Wall, har. n-e if I blame him one tenst
probably ;
Wagons and wheelbarrows atMorgan's within ; reach of the roots first to draw the smoke through the
will go to TallahaWe: to will do for herself in raising the necessary bit! I've IKHMI won.erii! why he didn'tgo COEMR RAILROAD AJfD MAIN STREET.STARKE. '
Uazar. attend the commissioners' flora transp'.iiiting to Ii trvcstl"} Itshould fnr the !=i t fifteen yearn,'" nose. To recognize a regular smoker is FLA. ;

convention county ;! prifirabh bu put on laul: : well I funds to secure representation at the great And jut we drove away she sut there an easy task-his lips always betray :'
A new stock of coffins and caskets next weik.Mis Duvnl should be well him. The who his
eunelii l i the year before, as I then the subsoil exposition. county smoksn;; and trottinj; her foot evidently as man resolutely puts
at N. J. Jones. McCormick represejled al the meeting and as she is calm and content as any wouiau iu the cigar deeply in his mouth is a firm, decided Vegetables Candies, Fruits and -
Sophia ol has bad tnv.u to improve and still re- Summer Drinks.
and I lie wealthiest state.-Detroit Free Press. man of action, quick in 'movement -
? N. J. Jones lias a full stock of Gainesville, \\asinthe city Thurs Uiiis .iiiv.ih feriiiily. If a plot of land that the most prosperous
perhaps brusque, but generally COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAMPA1GNE..M1ST.
tile be in the _
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funeral supplies, coffins and caskets She will return to Stark olhciv ise would til) tlm bill line iot been ((oUt.1' in Outside ttio SUu-.v. good hearted. .

all about the 18th to remain.Hon. well iisnuied within tin lust two thiee work and assist in shaping the future ac-
i. at prices. i 01 -'I' The youngster who cuts the end of the Agent for *
Alallory Steamship Line.
the undertaking i so --7cz
J. L. Hill 'eirs.: pl.intii.g] it in t.'biccolioiilcl be. de- lion foi completing I cigar with the teeth is rather insouciant, oct9Bm
I determined to close out mv uas: in town tniweek. viiioiously an.l well begun by the direct rLS careless of future dental .
He that he ftiie.l unlil the follow ingear, aid: in the fVE sufferings.
stock of groceries. says will .onn do to allow Florida t'> [! (
call tlie executive meau; :lime I the plot siiould '.it-eniiciied and ory. never The baldheade.1 young man who calls
J. v. Hodges. county committee luldvas. lag behind hei sister st-iles and for the & for a penknife to cut the end of the 11R1113 STOREI
together to I business. mi.du to piodiu-u u heavy flop 1 :
preparatory and state pride to gounreprcM'nU'd ? cigar is a man judicious in council.
waul of puiuic apiiit
:- My friends and customers will | ; Toe '.itt-.-r ciop is. by tlu- way. the
l methodical in his and well hal-
Those the Cnhimbian exposition. i. ways
farmers at
find me still selling goods on the \\lio have guano tO most Miibthlc! to precede tobiicco. loot li anced. 5

north side of Main I will haul will save time and bj It is a matter thal-Hffects the eutire *
street. money becausi- adds s-o much vegetable matter The one who places his cigar in nn : :

: close out my stock of groceries and calling on) J.V.. Alvarez & Co., the to the .oil :is well us thee important LejicfUtk'iivcc people and whatever the commissioners I amber holder is recherche in his tastes

and furniture. J. \V. Hod cos.Yeley livery men, and ha\e. it hauled foi from I lie 'ch-iaiieU: I the decayed do will bi approved by the Uxpayurs.Metropolis. .- and stylish in his habits. The man who

them. ( holds it with silver is dude.
iScrp-goii.g roots leave: as etV: pa'hs for a chvp a

: \ Hodges says, tell the people Owen Owen Jr. the lender) toliacco: 1'hts( to fidlow1'ul'eim Ticket Seller (in high hnmor} Now, The man fond of light shaded cigars U

that lie wants them every one says th.U hf McCormick-Davis. then, hayseed what do you want? fond of the ballet, light performances,
Floiid.i station
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to come around and see what he has will sell goods che.ipcr! than ever. eiperiK'nt One of the most magnificent weddings Offenbach music, comic opera and shepherdesses -

to say about selling eoods. lie is in He wants everybody to call and l .,;tS ill logard to the piep.c-Mtion of land: t that h.is evr occuiavl I in Gainesville loot; in water colors. He is also

learn his jrices. Next door the "Thep!>'p:nxtiou (;f land is i of the cjrcut- fond of
) to Is
probably fishing and.boating.
the jewelry store in the old Witkov- place at the Prcsbylen in church this J.
ki building post ofiice.Quite'n. est I imK'rauce.| The land should tie bmkei morning %, hen Miss Bessie McCormick generally romantic and is considered asa GASKINS, .

up iii January and lruro\\cd: if turfy passionate waltzer. DEALER IW -
and Mr. W. Davis were united in
number I of
Get your seed and table !potatoes our citizens Three v e'ks: at t least In-1 ore trrtiisp'anling.d i UOHT AND DARK SMOKERS. Drugs & Medicines :
went to Gainesville Tucsdav llijs bonds of railiimony. There is scarcely / .
t at wholesale prices. Early Rose and! : on to <>\ l.t'>c. shouiil: tic laid of hi fin lows o or Oh The one who prefers dark shaded .

k: xjther prices. Enquire of N. B.-litill attend the marriage: of Miss l !J(>s>5c 4 IVrcl apait. juco'diuj to Us fertility, au1ttio a peison ia Gainesville but thai I! '- -? ;i. cigars may be supposed a daring and Starke, Fla, .. -' '

McCormick( to 33 /\V. Ellt-ry I Davis: knows. lov'H and Admires Miss Bessie icAiiLjIo fortunate gambler, an audacious and Physicians' Prescription
At the post jlotf fciiiiizer placed! I i i-i io\\b ami I covered.In .
of this city. MrComiclc l Coming from the best of successful lover rather fond of LeopoldKobprt (J'ireuf' v ComjwmrfeJ a hour-datj .r
( Ltndrcth's seed *3.25 _ I covtih.g lertiiiX'-r I either !iie root or I .
: potatoes per families, s-hd inhciited those qualities of and Ketjuaut's vivid picture antI t"q' -

.- parrel at ruby, Jsiernburg & Co. Mr. Claienee Urv.ui, of Lawit-y, I: hoe should be used and then only the mind and heait which endear her to all Venli s uir.s-ic he 1.1 partial t>> racing at'I I Icvikl A Gold Xtatrh a ,d $204.T .

died at \1 r. Von KirnV rt-siden.-e onThmsday munur'oovesed.: : '.vliie-h should be dropped I !munflng, '

\ Will sell all winter goods at cont morning. He had been I't'ljI IS rx> 24 bodies up.iri in furro N. Tlu* iicquaintiii.ces. q The* man who buys his cigars without hut is W|>HI rr ou'r. ry nv'riit ra.t-iv.q wIifZ
1 host of friends and admirers < up n s-JiibMn *1 pt-r rfk |mn.
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for the ners 30 days.Truby staying only) a few days in Starke le.tves a sjn.ili tieil which marks the place; great examination and only because they are t Our li-k-irat rold fili.-d (r.-tsr nrv wnrrK -

.Slernburg Co. before lie lifd.Mrs. for lacpunt iMid 1 gives t the manure I time weiv presr-ut \\itness t I the j"in'u:g of her ti.I l in ;packages; : with ribbons perfumed! I ,;nw! f..r I U yts.. Fine Elirin or VVnlt-! y

I hand: 'and t the Unking: of her heart, to riy the Cuban {.eddler's; wife ia of cound-I !iini movement. Sinn \\m.d nnd rl.
heat aiid thus
tt If you want to buy goods cheap S.: M. Si m inof, Griflin, Ga., lo piss lioiougii u "prevents Mr.'VV. Eilery Davis of Starke. a mo.-t INSIDE THE enow. tiitf di.-prwt'.on: presumably an obedient I Litdy'xu-til's si zr. Equal foanvfSDWHlrli. ..
itt. ; the l when in. II
i 4&ll at Truby, Slernburg & Co. has: )been spending I!: the week as igUi.t killing IQ : put estimable: gent leurtu. Visitor (letting his two toys oat of barj) h.u--i: wi r.tjd a credulous stockholder I To secure ngeiits where we have

1iL3 LOV.trd ino III ire, supplemented wi h -I may be a hayeod but I reckon the 1 The untwho smokes cis cigar almost to IIOM-! svr sell one of iIJLHuniinir! Case ,
f : iIs. J. Clus. Richard Jr. The bride diessed in n light tan
Tax Collector's Appointments. fc.uue sio>.-d com met cj.il: I i teiti.izir.; is the vv.ts ( tunurl cL'ap in that ITH>I> will have some the end i is Oy all means a persevering WiiU-Fip for lh<> club price if 28 smut send .
Mo*. Si in m .> h..s for many years made: landsdown. with beautiful Seal-brown difierkulty in tfittjn rid o* that fifty cent I (J. O. f D. >h'v cxpn-ss with privilege of ex-
t. The lax collector and tax assessor will best. 1 If llie tirat eannol be ii.i'l groii.-id chara--frr. n faithful friend and a constant
Starke her u inter home.J. feather I trini'iiing.i nun! as she gently I leant piece I poa-sed onto him!-Life.A aminiition before p: viiif! for SJimt.
be at the following places) for the purpose cotton Mji.d is probably! the beat. At any lover the one who throws it away Our .tg.nt; at lI.athi Spring b. C. Mys: ; ,
with hoe
of collecting the taxes for Ib91 and assessing '\V. Alvarez & Co.'s stables are rate, lei ttixers: contajninsr much s.tt-as on the arm of her life partner Shorthand lleport. when only! huf! smoked is blase. I Vi.ur wale-lies ;tike nt sigbf. The en-

I** the same for lb'92. viz: not very extensive, but they keep Lti out iui-l ir.miate all.1 sulpiuit' of p<>iitshM. lovely flowers around tln-m smiling n Helen-What did papa say when you told TLe uum who allows it to extinguish ; 'tenoan! u Iio pot tjlf. ls'tt watch said that
of much! was presented ttseif! erten and lights it again is ab.sentuiin.ied I he exiiminrd Hi.d
scene happiness him we vrftnte-.l to get married? Priced a j.wrlir'awteir5
New River, Saturday.: February 13 first-class: stock and their turnouts .<>uiil bj; avoided, us the sal letards I
Rev. A. Ii Curry in a mott dignified Fred-I ivouldn't like to tell you but if thoughtful but indulgent a ii L rnjiister. tIed Were u' biter
Lake Butler Monday, 15 are equal: to Jacksonville's or any the cm iii.g of ihe I :Hj and niake the cigar an.l manner pronounced the the reeonlinguiigt 1 took down the remarks go-xt fellow inclined to tolerance taking i iI thnnourp.. tint the {>ric.' was $.15."

Palestine Tuesday. 16 other city's in the south. bum tot. siiAv.Alhouli befitting verbatim he must Iv an expert tenoy- uiea: f-.ir what they are. women for what I On" good iplmble nirt-nr wmited frwiili '

Provdencc Wednesday 17 if iuii5n.5 1 much manure, aci'opoi couple man and wife, after which they raph.r.-Ufc. they are not: taking times as they come. pIec. Wrifi? for jiHrtiriilrtri. .1
I Mrs. G. V. Hanford died in Bar p-issed out of the church and with friends I EsiFiHfc. WATCH Co.
Blair's store (Ft. C.II1) Thursday! IS too tzi.c.et' d.ieinot exbuiict the l.ind. he lets the stream of life flow gently by.
I 43 !M v..Mcn!
.. HMI Lanr. New York."THOME .
low la t Sunday night. Mrs. I Han- anil' relatives took cart nig'S lo the tnorn- Hart Luck!
22Zif but leaves it excellent condition for The "connoisseur" must be very care
la a
: Pine Hill Monday a, iu.. cr123-dy I
k'noun Rea the bkntc-r with his skates,
ford was well I in I Starke.t: She jag train on which they left for their ful when show little yellow
P. O. p. in.. 22 ciep ot soine .0)1! tier hi iid. Tin' .stems, left (Ileaming skates: cigars spotaIf

Hampton Tuesday. 23 had spent some time here, s.1 ..Sirs.Moore's l bi'iiind on ll.e J.uui, ci a'iy rich in leililizing I trip How anticipation BOW Ui.' plump and ruddy spots appear in consequence of unequal FQR"sALErThe

hoardinir house The soft melliflous vo-ce, tie most fas- cie*k Inflates! drying! the cigar is horrid. If
Brooklyn \Vednesday 24 inrri-vjit'iit.', atiil will i LO, a I long How he Lurries, !harries, hurries,
11181 Lug charm; ot the Prcsbyteiiun chuich, As he bees the L'.ko in bight! I made by small worms, the brmd is generally I followiri; WriIie.i property ln. .
Lawtey Thursday( 2ft \ News of the death of Mr. Fred way I in I the; manure lu-ap iuk-ntkd for the
h.is disappeared; and, ton). lie mut-ica! While no fear Lis t>;irtl: worries exquisite, as worms prefer to attack eaten! within the crpo ate limits it the
Starke Friday.: 26 Rowland, of Pennsylvania was received -I (uiIo ; jog rtl''lbCi. tODiiCCO ClOp.Theie As vehemently be skurriesOn the best lowers the best fruits. .
circle of our city hus lost its sweetest town of Stnrke. i Li offL-rcd f
.r sale:
this week. Mr. Rowland tho pinions of otL-iii1t: I
there is no tloubt tint tobacco: w ill at tho best leaves.in .
caroier. Gainesville G-izettc. Feb. 3. Kocpia time. timo. ti&io I Tv i> 'Aer.'+ of I, ixl eI
La wtey. ;i
spent last winter in, Starke au.l had rio) iii.st.mt i.iy i hi.: a '-:tie crop of this To the kater'a ringIng chinw, nay case the cigar is not the true>
The mother and sister of Dr. E. A. stnoker'B best it is kind of I well fencc'i). uj) >u wliich i is a roooI. well!
become quite a favorite.Avtry c ,iintvi 1 jji'otil 1. bodies( move slow, and Ao the merry Invocation that his ardent soul enjoyment: a .
Tfll( ( of Huston. Mass.. -irnved sonie( iI''aysngi Jurors.Lit chiles compromise between the cigarettes of painter! and pJa-tt-r two-stnry dwellins; .

,i > and will sujiiuni a few weeks; wiih I Pn'AcM I i is no located: j in it is ii"i io be cxpecled hat our t.trIors! of imes; drawn to serve as juror From the '(af os, sk.vtfw. okates.Skatea the "coouctte" and the short pipe of the .111 excellent wi II r-f wjst'r hriekei fr.'m .
clt.-ic tu old iuis at once. ilowt-vcr. i.kites.katesl
the doctor and his family.Mr. CUM
Owen O'Ai-tis' St!ore next t the po.stoffice. at the spring term, of com t, which convenes From the rins'iaRanJ theuiiurine of the bkates. cynical philosopher.-New York Re I Iheclay; c:().'d s'abfir mt! ulbuildings. : '
and Mrs. Booking of Lathtop.: Mo., I judging by Ui avidity! witi! Wiiicu so
I A very i j.: .1 go-t Jol J clerk, :ami3r. in Starke on the third Monday in corder. The following i U n li4 of tbc Tree '
two weeks MJKI-, Seothet'kateron lilt skatei.Tiity I growinp -
arrived: ( in Luwiev ome many ot Ihec i SJ.t Jfltt' str.iwlKTfy grow
: O A iii is to bo congratulated(
< March
and are cozily living in Mt. T Lymk'sW. : skates: The Original Hllliocette. upon llwit'nrc:
ing.I tnrprUe: i is nut Licking' only jocu ti rshi8&oIlistr.ttil I
(' iii" How their movement devious that littlo boy
Cfttec. upon sefiiriiiir i s'.i.v 1et4.(4)'I FETIT. The name silhouette was derived from I 80 Plum Trees, IS VHrietic 2d year
inici.igetit lirnicr. grates
; < .some -
. I>. Smith md iniily! returned from; J iiil \V i'l ti UlI \\ r Bailey W M IleddingV How they veto hi* delight Etienne do Silhouette a French minister bearing; UlioKttuitH 5,2 varieties Apples
r. f
10 t ru. | all tne coiniitiiiusfec
#._ the Ilt1: JII 13, all MmiVwho ilie WOIM-( V'o c.ni C"inriii.iiii \ W \Vr.l: T F Manseil And encumber him wh fright of finance in 17.7.). who introduced several 6 trees ('J S'sudard) 3 en Penr roots
f fi... from at: att.ick; of In grippi-. They sire r.t- ban: move i his residesic1 i in?( town.He >say i r :Ln -.t..-c.--.ful raiding and As he pirot.s on the ice when. he id thrown fashions during hisaulmitnlstratlt'n ; .
Knight 41)(
A Williams pamnonioas Or.tnge rInP.. 4 v ri.-tip 77 Pear
air there floats -
occupifN) what i i< Lnown as While upon the ; ,
; idly ge'iingvl now } | uriiu Oil .1 ( "f tub .ceoiil i t.ike I tnejuiii.t.ive
i tvt' called I Lt Silhouette iiiaflhb
B H Alderman hui.lrefl ficnJUh throats
N (I! Mizoll From a 4 varieties: Aprirot 7 Persiinnion
: Mi-sn J-i is Walling spent senile ttm" i inJiicksonv the Co HP with lier friends Mr. U t W Dyal Geo II BerdHt 77, el.oicest v.;r -1e'c; Peach 80. Urge
viiiling i'Mr.
\ Sj-aikman- r But a round of riiiKlnsf lanshter
of liis vuikviii i-oou g :; mid Mrs. Kenyoii.Ilev. T A Knight Davis CasouGUAXD That he nevermore thereafter execute-1 in various seUcird: vAriHic : Quinco 2. Chinese.

: J. LPitner.. 'fi't Ancusline. : l Jos. McKenna! of Longislurd I Lfeeiei. May condone. were One of the simplest is that ways.of tracing All the sisoyt'! tret?* are in betring. moil

4 gave a very-enteitaining lerJU'e at the SI.E. : City, and James D.uhy l paid .' Iz3.titute. Joel George C A Johns Then upon his hunkers rising, the outlines of a shadow's profile thrown of them in their st-nniI year.

i: church the: cvidrg >f Jan. i i. Starke! :i (lying \isit Sunday. Mr. W G N ltl-9 I'J J K rceIlich While that laujhter's lurid tone of and then
:_ : -'i iir.13 % a' iIVtOISl' all i ( (' At his Jerks and jolts Mirurishn; 0:1 a sheet paper This place mu>t he w-'i tob! upprrcimtd. -

: Rev.lanteru Sturgi er.tc-rt.iinirent: <>f Feninditia.at t llie gH town v a :Mei-'enn-i i e\pivsse I magic
of oil I -linate. j jMr. He c-sxays the riH.-nilU-uLvr. of a pantograph. Th? I
pertect mpans
ii J or by
t. hall I ll.e evening ol t Jan 13, having preached held I I'u-ir reg'l I oor i irn.:iUiiy UK fling i t in I Ihe Carter News. m S Ailkins Hut eiusues a scoot orbKrular. eye and Incida I HR.! A. 1... SCOTT
t.bscnra camera av
at the same place ilw evening before Will Duncan and \\ife, of Institute i t building: iit ibis city. The p n- J B Do hog 0 M Alvarez And he svs iris. camera used for the

Rev. Bishop W. X. Ninde. of T peki.Kas. Oscar D-al C F Fralix And he trips a Inrkin nnag oa. also iH'cu tonally pnrxxu.- Starkp, Via.I .
! instructiie itddress Oranue i Heiffhts.I I a'v sjionding, the gram was cirtied; oyt in full and the Then Ie htr14 MefhiiiiictJ :;esva.Vootees.

. the evening., deliven-d of .1 a sin.very iy. at llie Methodic l week with U i.. 1) '-an"- mother in meetit.g was 9 elI itte dc-d. Tie! uVlmt! Like a fellow \\th a lx ou. I :

t church-on "Four months in Irili i." I[1 liiscit\ \Vi iU!) i is in old tvpo* nnd wasery f[>irile i. :ii;d all questions discusMil 11nry n *orge8* Query. Till a far rosoandinjj And thi thump> yells eventuates: to Ord. -

Mr. Alouzrt B tilt-y and Rev. J G. loon- i\r.h .1 welcome visitor!I ,o this ()fljeol..loie seemeit t l.> h l\'r. iiK-1 weil I studied Henry lie
.: nell 'inade a living 1r11[> to i tarke on l'u's- Ii..th tl-e te-icn! r s >> nd the nifJis-fice verlind -' and preoccupied uian so much. Erlio thr.>t'.xh the farthest holloa.* l.i ; ri\ ii: made it possible losujiply
asiti',1 V. Oil aud and I Uixon who so. mdeeil. t-'J.U IIP frtMjueutly passes acquaintances And Ihsn-hV.elU to who
dy lust Mr. G. family Messrs. .. : jirttiicu'l voices persons
of !
; U their j p'-.ro-f : ; ei.j'va >'e tiuutliev without them Fmra the Inry.i t (,if tie: \-ictia! I Watchmaker and
; i'ri-i the by seeing have been deprived of the one nature
* Uuil; : the new _!t* on Sander Irid. A vltujMT.itivtf dicta.oi:
._.r nn.t! l.niurlitt-r. 'of S1t'k'' though he may seem to be looking then hal.in-'tf of tho hv- them and a number of cases exist
. Mrs. fiternbnrg MI rfa.il,' have done :i l i-];' .s jo' 'I! he-e m'Otir'rtn- -t !L!'tti! !\ !in' s'cn -f And the diy imprecates gave
visite, in the boni" t Mr. iii l *!lrs J..s" straight in tUe face. At the same time His tongue witl n-ckm-r. raspiu/ reactor baits where the cavity has been opened, and a
.i itiii the eII.t
reasonable .
it a : -', : uen- the tirne -n. cm n iv- ( .cit'! o :
Crawshaw on'Tuwday; I Ij tsi. j he is often minutely observant, and The Btinein stai: t-rta{. st ix-nrauins states made of suitable material with
tit uitv that tit '\' .rt\t !I sati- U'lii'is I lie I tc K-tiiTS. *..nit( ivt !a. t tinn >p. ; when unusual attracts his at- Of the skates bkutt-s. skae.s. skates, larynx I nuinlnr 4I
Mrs. IIuMnuJ. of Slnkr.: were of thir oaUiiiiT.I rubber membranes has been inserted
Mr and sihoil it jw rriiiij m'iv r.Y Skates skate". sktta.: =:
entertained in t the home ot W. B. Smith j ticd witli the profit they have made.Th it-sU ed that t thec.h{. .t traiiiiiig:i I of iheir 1! Antion be is prompt with a query. He The scaring starring,scoiT invokis yUatec! and become practically useful inepevcb.. J5fl55I V

Wed ties lay. ; children i.s f.iit hfu1y; uHtUvicd io by the reduced a harmless young Englishman Boston Courier. -New York JournaL I

Dr. henrY las imported a cumber of j tate party l-: t. Friday night educators. to a state of painful ernbarrassmeri StarJe P1a S

and will devote Sternburti's amid the crowd of a London drawing Famine Iu Russia. -
a very tine bi i-td of fowls, :\t Mi1 considerable Alt-jiliua lo the poultry busi-( (;- affair.: Kverbidy 1 wis The shirji: P.it<',?t trs of 1 i.iie- city hn e room by looking hard at his monocle Russia has IHKUTsited by eight! national There are only three places in the .

ness. | Lagged: l at'l l all h-; H MTV iooiltime. formed a gtil clitl of a!Ioout :i Joi'cnnie'iibtrs and suddenly saying. "Do you wear that famine tiring 1 the present century world where women possess all the
which accorded
Mr Joseph McCu'.ley is erect ina, veiy The mjt 'jvds \v-te a'tor.tf .in.! \p O't-; .- to do ..f ,ni, because one eye u different from the in lSfi.: 1511. ISli.: 1SK.: Itttu. 1M5D privileges of voting are .
;iir Iceland. Pitcaira isUr.il1-
; neat cottngc iu h'.s oDinire, grove south of tall -hooS'tij this suf..er.: T vlic other?"-San Francisco Argonaut and 1891. Iu addition to these thje to men, viz.:,
> 5, which will !;.-j! tte :S. I. 1.t A.At and the Isle of ilau. Largest Assortment of
... will l.e re.I'v for <-r- have been several provincial famines ,
town which soon 1 -t t, -':it 0'- "i c f'J.\ '! r L ii'brTsof I i as .
; Two Unlr. for Martial HapplneM. severe if tot :is extensive as those which
; tlti.s ( i't t'i! n> ,. A new t pu.r"d I in I hthOUSe Lily Deverettx Blake suggests as one alfect the w \>le population. Dnston ,
(i.l !ie <\ iiic. 'ii V'Mis (4Iot.j.I. '. I ;, cr'k t : o o1 I ::' ( eofits. etc., I'y sjxtuging with ammonia I .
riir'Mli"- martul that the wife
rule for happiness Gerald
of Mr' S. j.owi'o e _ -
then with alcohol then rub
: will comin.ind olx-dieife) frv.iu all I ot-<-ii- 111 t ntn:_!. : should not always ask the husband and water Jewelry :

pants of this home This ii v \>&\>v 1I i <0 : IJ'.issi- .!- o lii4's, I' (;ai"sville ; .\ u.8t.r: I iol't') ;ii 51ja.tt's where he is going when he goes away It is cot trne that large heads always I dry with a funnel uloth.I ,

is the delight oi li.js lk'u1slIld. r.n.l Mr. U" I"y! J\'s( ofStjirke. ;r M. C"n.v- pi. :!f<' ,- ( iE-T4tit. that I The population! of the city of New
the Jeriiun points out
wore' ma' !i' d!. Tinb.i t :'pyiii'iiple oii"s j in .lOiu-s'! ntl'l't'-! !! io Sj-.irkf, back. And as another the equal tiivi- the Special attention p-von to th r' ro- .
tmuited health
the Greeks one of the most intellectual York.as by department
;; for a twoweeks' Tot; hi':h an* In-! front of Li's own siGn of money fur she claims that one-
: This pai er -nly one do'lar a yc.iVenf left mimt<\Y of natious. an also ore of the smallest ; was .'i'i4)).T'Jii on .July t. 1691. a* 1pairzit. of Clods am! Wachfc_ .
tcur'Uei\n-) ..ettlin! dowu tLvcrvdav >> lots. There wi :<; :i g.-iot! ni-utr n.or half of every dollar the husband 'aaa be I i"
t loam aojles.: Subsii'noxv.. { I lcn1t3 in the law to the wife. headed; of raivs. azamnst 1X (ho-I work 4.oiut resotahh, rale
od that rtc .
are not. C < -
It will life ir. thi< city. plant rj; .
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IL thi Flemingtoii Mock directlywest fo:'e their arrival. A wcatlr-T :.i.pd''p The student of hhio-y al: ') 1:'lWS ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT they knew their systemrcio gone if lie VOLE oh' TilE F1S .

LAND FLOWERS.. I map from here. These sheets are very will likely be put up soon. I IThlf' I (that it was not Democrats alone, nor was elected, and it did go. that in the I
valuable. presenting the topographyof are no less (than a tlozel ladies alone who recognized --- I is generaly CALIFORNIA FRUIT DAMAGED TO THE
LATEST NEWS FROM, OUR STATE this in careful detail. They in newspaper circles inFlorida. Soutlr mel I I my last article I showed you how (.IItiol, only last fall, that the EXTENT OF $1,000,000. V
country prominent the right of secession and the sovereiguity the bankers contract the circulation Democrats spent HIHH'IHMI,( ', i in thtelection
EXCHANGESCONDENSED. are sketched to ten feet ('ontouf or Some of them are in the (oul i
show difference of level for every foremost rank as newspaper writers. of the states. He knows that by up or returning their and(I the Republicans spent
a the treas- Where did they Storm of Dec. 10 and 11 Wa the
tender to amount. The
legal greenbacks same
ten feet of surface measurement. Theyrepresent I are rapidly coming forward Horace Greeley, the most prominent of
temi of Interest from all Parts of Florida .01l'l \
lakes, rh'cf creeks and in positions which in years past (hwywere Northern editors, recognized the right urer and take in bonds in the place of I get this money)'? Why, from the Most Disastrous That Ever Visited the

Presented in Readable Shape to other natural features; thought incomi>etent to fill. them. They' can take their gold and bankers ali monied Jl'U that were Southern Part of the State-Oran
prominent and asserted it, and if we had the space to the treasurer ami get certifi interested in the I legislation to bemade.

Suit the Ready Reader-Mattera of phosphate roads mines,etc.railroad The lines hl'l.t'public arc- C. H. Griffin was here ln-t week getting we could quote his utterances on the si\el catls deposits for them. They can I Why did they appropriate Leaves White with the Prost andt

wagon : hands to work on the take their tender notes or to Fruit Frozen to a Depth of a Quarter of
Little and Important Interest to You and made on up newly the legal greenbacks this money this W mtyVhiy !l'eul
about 11 1 feet are subject by page.
square. .. _. _
,scale of mile to .r projected railroad known as the! Gulf_ to the treasurer and get his certificate congressmen and governors! .that. an Inch-Prices Will Be Sure to Go Up
Tarpon arc again t'1 off BethunejHrint :Partridge nl'is doing much tl'more mCl.u.careful ('OI"t" Arcadia and J.akl'lul1 The "Any people any where," said Mr.Abraham of deposit for them. In this. would not do any thing to the detriment in

S at 1)ytia4'yI1tvea.There work t those who were previously rnaclls to be a short nmnll;be Lincoln in a speech in the way who ('al tell how much money of their system and they won't. Consequence.

art eighty-four schools in engaged h:1 in this survey, presentingI t\l'l'l the jtoints named.Miss e of Representatives in ISIS, I thlt hmkll" will or can take out of Fellow citizens, is not this reaOI :Jit-cent frosts i Southern California

Orange county witht'Wlall'l of I ho\"t'I, Ilt'.ll (country roads etc. Willie 1\'Jkil" received the sadintelligence lou 9 inclined and( having the power, circulation. If their greed or self interest enough for abolishing thissystem? If have played havoc with the fruit-grow

A lodge of the Older of the l\liht. the wilder the sheetmuch Mrs. Martha )1'Elwail( of 'r.'ltol, have the right to rise u}and shake oil spirit away all of the circulation in from being slaves, that 'Ol may Fernando
the San
of Columbia worlil ,.. the existing and form a that 'I'hlesimIrtiiessof the different return to your primeval stnttf freedom through
and will
LaUies These are complied lady who had been a mother to I government
1" a
: 101' \lllall( Il'l Ky., ; in the world making See the from the
easterik ISJil
in swept
States This independence.
instituted at Gainesville. nf the (' her since'her ta thy childhood i when new one that suits them better. crops ant Icy
ull'e food scarce and thereby creating effect of this now upon thecongress
The of Gainesville; has geological survey, and arc intended her own valuable most sacred righta system northM'est on through Los AngeltsComity.
tty c'n\.i Uoth'I'lt-1 is a most a big demands for them, what a, splendid of the I'nited I States. The
of lo-yc'arl for ust. <'oljc' of them maybe .-.. and believe It timed cast filially, and
placed of
CII sI tl luilie director right which, we hope opportunity for"l'n two of our have a large majority
series of I", amount iii i) J :M' NM.I ). ( (. from Po\'J, Jl'Joratl
;; of the application /J II'I J STILL. \ s to liberate the world. Nor is this millionaires to "pull in from circulation awlltt' h(' uhl' to H'I'\'e ammimijority was checked by the Cahuenjra Hills,
I). Gould the of the !11hy Jakin ) ( ( ) two that : believe
4 roprietor members of **. IItHH'IC, (we have one 0' in the senate. '1\ which saved tin1 City of hl5 Angehs.
h the
c v.\Ia which
through i t in
Put man I hotel at Deljand I I, died \Wdnesilay COIrt. Ytn" I" I .lwr.Whit' right confined to :!es could do this by themselves) to buy up it is right to reform I the tmiri hl. Theybelieve the

night of "oftening of the A// \\\\f\ .1\1Vi1i. ,'. so many flattering thiHg:IC whole people of an existing government wheat and corn, cotton and rye to sell it is right to passan act for Passing through Verdugo C.inon,

brain. f Wednesday the <;tli hist., the I'l'iug said of one another, : ( so many may choose to exercise it, Any to meet tins Ilt'UHttl Suppose in the frlt coinage of silver, but they say it opened out mm iiot l spread I over I the section

i:. W. Brown ami William 1 k'sul, ili'rtttts.8s ,I'talhl'llt this port byunavoidable fraternal: I courtesies are being exchanged portion of such people that can, mayrevolutionize ea-t such a thing happen? ant they are not gaing to do I it flIV.Vthi, known as- Pasadena and San Gabriel.
the then in the west at Chicago, don't do what i is right at
during ,
\Vnyncsvillc, 1ELyVO4L county), C'U"l!, between the members of the and make their of 11ppOSl why they .
Xorth Carolina. arrived in Orlando 11i maChilCIor thteelie- OWI two more should Im1 in :10,000,001) )( ( once'? Thev surely cannot be afraid '1 be damage u> CulL iiccs was tight

nlnTht: :.\' ;drove all the way in tric htll got tf tar, WII'I I meiKngineer G. A. Jl. and Confederate. Veterans' so much of the territory as they inhabit. more for the same Hrpoe' mll of the disapproval, of the people. No, and the storm spent its energy in the

I : ul. Byron MeS\\eeny h WIll i has Associations on the assembling of More than this :llajoritr; of doubts that they could do it- There they arc lot afraid of that. Both thepar'ties unrooting of houses. The effect! of the
with the Plant S. S. (s'. about would 1 be S::100OHOIH': i I, > ) < ) taken from circulation know that neither of them can
Mr. ]ll.\I"'U'IJ of (ililH.\"il" 1 has been their department camps in this state, any such lH people may )'yolutonlZputin gale was (felt f.n" eisrhty miles, taking

lI'I1\11w oranges ff Fui- four vcars, wa called upon to fix it. and in other Southern states, it pains down a minority, intermingledwith jti. at the time this circulation be elected without that campaign or I in Ontario, Smut1 i lermimi mu I Ill),I ledla tni-,
make tiiISeemI1)S
grove three nub's south of He "somehow became entangledith ante-tiellum was HOt Ill'dl't to corruption fund. 'fll'J' cannot act Riverside, and i Cohon. Many Him-
Micanopv. Tin* crop will prolciblyreach the machinery i from which he was us to :t't.that the tl mil or near about tlieimm.ViII may or products bring a remunerative until teey get that arranged. structures( blown down and "> p-*

front Nit.) I,(HXI' IXL.'I'lit' with difficulty removed, having both war feelin'p i is still "on" i in wnne of the oppose) their movementAnd -." prito the producer. There If the Republicans secure the fund the cent of the lime :;.id orange crop in

legs terribly 'mutilated, lie was removed Irtlmei'nitvs( which \ve by knows than half the circulation Democraties ]know they are gone this sectionvas -hakiu from tin-
of the :South Florida railroad tUl the student of
report : :1 history) taken in four million- 'I
to the U. S. Marine lo.pi:11 by tlS and vice versa. That keeps them .
hospital surgeon contains some w here he shortly I afterward !l''ll glancing o\"c'l some of our exchanges.In that Mr. "'ll ter, Judge ftoQ', and airs.rIimfte wlio 'al tll how much from doing the right. trees.Cyclones almost unknown in

valuable information. Of :!,1 UI the
of all kinds treated during past He was about ::''Iyeaiof 1-SUi, the headitigVhiy am I ,; in the treasury as ha\e itatld.n ,
:1 historians of that
and thc-mselves little
II so
cured fl'ICH uutl.r thosl
yenr-,047() I have I been discharged) I awyers judges
] article I stated that the
is In t -
hiBather "
one died, and two remain in the hospital. In- has age sister, living in 1UIII a Ht'publil? we fill the following: I times, while they may not have Hla 11rlulaton in'lHlM! ) was omlthilgun'r Oh, What Shall the Silver $" Be? damage was done.
old that troubles
secession the adage
: ordinance of everlrawn But
whose address I is uot known here. It "Kvery favored, and indeed many of them 'lOUoOO.() () Now I will give Maeon Telegraph : "The speech ofMr. did not
FraukJI Johnson died Sunday af i is ht'll'n't thai he had no wife or that vas done tried 1 by to:Denltrt.tear down Kveryman the oppo-cd, yet, almost without an exception you statl'lllt of the comptroller Springer, chairman of the waysand them never until come Jack sitigly Frot appeared occur, and.to

his home in )lolt'II, :tf- (' He WI""I'I'".' popular and the of currency, July 1st, ISO( showing means committee, before the Business -
national Democrat. Everyemmemny all of them recognized rightof in night/ destroyed and rendered
Hag, was a one
long nnd painful : gloom the of the Stages Men's Democratic Association of
tern ine!! the sad :'c'illt'lt thll'tluit' : this has had fort'eiith"c whl'rl money unmarketable from .il<> to 7"per cent
looked forward I to hi c'UI, :1,1 made over our city.Mrs. republic secession and are on l'I'I.tll as a.st'rtilg i is located. At that time thl'f washoemited New York, reported in yesterday'sTelegraph
Democrat.Kvery fruit and Hilt
preparations for it and gave iIItrfleI I Hii-scll Margaret that starved Union soldiers, wi this, but killed many of the young
i-oucerning his funeral. : J:hex I Pinderi, one of the oldest refusing them a cru-t in the extremityof i surely :I the judges, :11 the ::,tiHIri: ; paper money ', 39,473,510. and, we are ', go far to allay ft'af orange trees. Ordinarily the thermometer
Tallahassee Talhthasscaiif I The Bnnnerruan fell from at the government call* cir that wcreexcitcdamongDcmocrats by "
of this city an The i In the
man to
iuhalliHto death, vaa editors all the lawyers, and all the rangefiom >
brothers and other farIILerof ftnd dkMlIbret' culation. Located in the national the events of the Speaker-hip contest.The .
on assassinated Abraham Lincoln, of few hour.* it had fallen to
this county will give up cotton altogether wiliow hours Frida'II"t. is that Democrat. that sb1'll'I, and all those whC took banks: specie 8 !;,O,(;paper money, speech opened as follows: '1 can space and a San Bernardino to IT3.
Ti otcurnHlI' was a Every 2;;% ill
this"year.. They' have gained deeply lamented 1 h large circle i ofrelative's sympathized with the assassin lan, was a part in the formation.of this government S217,4:.VS4. By this, showing at that state, iwithout any fear of successful The fro-t spread: over :i vast territor/
date the had $i- that there is not the
the experience needed in raising aulI1IpiIlg i and friends.The Democrat. Every man who wanted and in the debates on the limitations gon'lment over contradiction, and inflicted damage to the amount ojfil
tobacco, and into the ((5J4)NH),( ) shut up in her slightest probability of a free coinage
wio ( \'Ifs, the privilege of whipping another man of the constitution which preceded boxes. How this Might law this Congress ,000.000.1 )()
I raise hld1 Bor"" was done' dur'ng
business extensively.! : .can J\lk and him with lashes on his naked hi becoming : A man (from Santa Ana thinks that
plenty "fc'n'rJthll- to cat also. South Florida R. R., has completed Democrat. Every man and fulo\\'t.tl its :UIoptol, were it not have been done by this !system nor is it likely that any amendment fiuit of that section
; was a tin citrus crop -
and halfmiles ht\k- of deposits alluded to? geta of the law will be made.If .
The lIU"'haM' Cf:>,:: and will bein dutdll'illalil's fair idea how this contraction it
of Ktachatta pretty law this is
Colin north any on subject passed,
in ( atlilvn county by nlthl'rs Uul tlllt
York i is Floral City within ten days.Mr. who can be accomplished from the picture will be one which Dllocrts North,
of New Democrat. leaves
man The
Every of
jichiev:1ltlmll'un"I'I'\Ilt' .\. Hebb of Anburndale, was a But all this is ancient history. '. The 1 have drawn? In my last article I Ea t, South and West can mil will night to4" on many
()f success : j1tCtat'I'1 by presented swore tIll would never pay the the trees were as white as though they
Owl Cigar: Company, Carl \'u t's Sons the News with a basket: oftoothsome bonds, every man who swore he would I question was submitted to the arbitrament told you the that the 'treasurer of the could distribute eonlal1' support. bad been painted, and oranges were
gIvermmmemmtaceIriing News "The which
and Nhrooder in 1SS At the guavas, 'Ul'lhthat redeem the of the sword and settled. 111' : plan of
&nOl 'i Wl'J' never greenbacks, everymaliguer was I frozen to the depth u quarter of aninch.
to his ami has received the of the Democratic
outside only (', HM' pounds tf tok'l.t.u'n'r not iljun'dll I he least by the reeentcold of his country's credit, ealumiuator will never again be opened. No ont that he might dbcltion lie suggested to leaders approval to which i Kveu I if the fruit hangs on the

raised intlw county) ; in ISltl ful.\ snap. "When! we consider that of his country's honor, was a inclulltl anl lonl.ps.- I tree to apparent maturity it will be I
and is the of distribute it in the ea-t.
J,! and that vegetables and fruit and citizenship to let By referring the weekly issue of ) '(' York, is to pass a l'as-
11e tl'.tll fri, Lincoln because he issued the emancipation patriotism good i frost is ta-tek and unmarketule."In [ .
all over the state by the Democrat.Kvery it rest undisturbed to let the old (lie: XcivIFk World, December 231S)1 tire authorizing the President to invite 1
Dr. A. G. Hobbs, wcl' proclamation, was a SOI'Sheal the San Gabriel: Valley, Col.J. {.
a commercial nations of to
fUIHI' Frost.ti statcim-nt of the Kurope
touch of .lack lielie'e(1 !) see statusof
blighting who state you tl
u I his In.from
of Atlanta who has man eouh to make of this countryon Dobbins ectiamtcs wind
specialist a practice over, i international to
buradalc and the lake generallyis ant t the nationla banks in l'Ynrl city mOl.tar.I'olgreH ,
region out of the rnion at pleasure, :
one-third[ of his .
everyman An
frost at
get and cro )
(MI' is in Jacksonville
of$3 vear, in sentiment and meet at next and investigate
: certainly the best truck growing who believed the grand fabric of ( in1In110t', Illl' nllthl' cities around it,also of Boston, year extensive at Aziisu that
en route to the Indian river country the silver grower says
and make suchrecommendations
section in (lie statithe place that investors American could be one i in love. Philadelphia i and Chicago. Let's see question
macll of of S nio(
out anticipated
government an ,
do crop
where he jJl' hunting Florida much have in as 1 it may consideradvisable.
wi who making how got
and fishing George S. May, :. home contemplate! to crumble into dust at the touch of But this eU V I.\ be done until in these money they hi all of them ." boxes, he expects to gather not more
their 1\llllln.tl al' treason, was a UeJoert.) Kvery man use lo'aliil' than iH> or l <'ioo) boxes.Kxperts .
another prominent Atlantian. Dr.Hbhbs I, Republicans recognize that it is not timehave and discounts, Mr. Springer is the leader of the majority ,
married niece of ex-Vice .Id/((", who tried to burn asylums in the cityof : in the orange trade are unable
President Hcndricks.a JU/fte" .f,,, New York, was a Democrat. Kvery only possible, hut abs tely true, that i 'i i.>:;,.S!).1,721. They)lun'l'I"l!to party (Dc'lo'rt. ) in thl"ln'lI t to give any accurate estimate of

Mr. ('. C. Hoycr Miller, author of man who tried to !spread the yellow Democrats, and Southern Democrats the amount of .((lii41 ; to Congress, and his : the scaling down of the product. In
W. H. ]t'it of Palatka, has a "The Phosphate Fields of Floridaas ," fever in the North the war, the amount of S-IMi.tM'.OiS'( and th'yhan' vinity that shapes the actions of his !

diary kept I ,Hil' of his; greatgrandfathers \\- inSarasota: : a few days ago, and was a Democrat. Every during soldier that at that, can be, and are, as loyal as outstanding national I bank notes par1'nl this prophet ( Springer) I Imls" the thought"that early {liim't of Southern tlitst'mc.mi t California it was

.McClay, tine of the two first called on Mr. (;ie lil. .1 Ic is writing has a scar receh.-d in the e "i war, they :n'. r1iiIseVhII shout loudest to the amount of! !*?14SS4,3.j7: making 11'C.tS go to the very ttIlmllicVahl would he a Me! to export this from
rnitcd senators of Pennsylvania book (ill "The of Phosphate." not the most sincere. Such the total of they have in street) the llu.lts of I tin- year
tu1. given him by a Democrat. are always grand money 1Iwiail
was carloads of .
: ; 4"jH,: ( ) to Ziti,! citrus fruits.It
l assisted i to .organize him ) ( divine ( {old ) to the
nll )lr. .1. I L. Vincent gave some this in the use SI iS37., There is nearly aijiiioiim Bags
The writer douM: believes that writers as man i.s now doubtid! whether half that
the first diary give from no IPt'l't'rHun I masses and kneel and
cI ] beautiful of phosphate of dollars being u.-ed in those ; wi tbt"I'opl'
various i I Iil I's.II'nl PresidentWashington near town 111(1(1 the('Oll't'tOI that every man in hell is a D.'moert, and need. to be reminded of the l'hukt localities1Vhiii' in ISthl'!' ) fr'ul- cry out, i: 1111a (Gold; Bags) quantity Ml be available.
It has bii-n in the of Californians

': Washington! and I Inis gathering from the Florda )! every angel in heavi-n is a Republi of the Savior of mankind to those who tion of! the whole country is It d"wl of I'4lhleltS'rall( ) or shall! we the opinion -
old that
other public people.Kt. phate fields lie (Jilles- at a little m"lr.1OtH'IO.' ( ). With t t"I.tl this prophet and I dethrone his limo-t severe vave
the street
stood on corners shouting I has everisiled I I the country.t Frostshave
Augustine News'Jhhiani P. pie that thnaterial on the S.rasotaCompany's can.This only i-l"tifli.l; :,i; 5ilci imtl paper Il:"?
: land valuable I feeling .hmows a bad spirit-an that they were better than others. banks and 'I his proposition of ?fr. Springer, been khmVii before, but the damage
f()raligt', N. J.; _\. J. Hutch- was very money, these a'l' loaning
ClalJ, of Jvttl, and M. W. Conway, the specimens were beautiful.Ve unpatriotic spirit-which we regret The Jan is disloyal who would k'l! discounting to the amount of ( ;,iMi4-, backed by otiiermis-btmmiit leaders of the inflict of :-d was Hght compared with
that the ne" tit visitation. The
of 'l! : in the city representing flay expect I an extended mention should exist in any' section of our his country divided ; he is loyal 721! and they have personal deposits to majority party (to postpone action on I tree i- hardy and the fruit will
the street railway ititvrest.Ir.. made of$ his forthcomingbook the amount of : "> ,(HilS, and bonds fn'l coinage of silver until an international orange
II in the of 1SD its
amIL devotes efforts to ;
country year grace his resist a t-ruper.ituie of :!S0. So far a:*
states that he is here for- busi iue. and hI"(' )[ Millnr \\itliusagain. Ulii-atol to H''U'l t hl'St deposits only," to the ('olgIo.ll assemble in Chicago
UmiJ; that certain ft'fl'I"of the ordinance \Ve regret, furthermore, that such making those who fought against eacholimer amount of si'jMo.oiHi. Pretty'slim se in the ''l'I' nl' Lord. 1MKJ! to consj.-r is known Jicrctoiore, no oranges have

:.do not suit ) thinks! the l'iuI.. K.: church added to herself utterances can still find expression in in war, brothers in peace. emi)', and anlynr)00,000; () ( of specie of live mtm hers) (Shylocks: ) from timelioue as been to so fall severely fiom the touched tree rendered by the frost

law can l be modified so that all will be during IS'.tl, eighteen members by pro an enlightened public pre.-s The publication A Southern Democrat, one who enlisted il coffers. Is there any wildcat five 111lt.ls (millionairesifrom unlit for or

satisfied with it. If this i!done he isprepared ft'.iol, ami h'l by letter; in all live of them is not the part of and fought in the Confederate about that. .These banks hold besides the :tlatl', plutocrats: to beappointed In the wiiiterofI.s7Hthethermom mtst. -
to file a bond at > and removed letter total gain of .silono:;, !) (), { S. certificates of deposit by his excellency the President -
U'"t the road j in (operation Ult.t in thirty twentythree.Arbor by. : : good citizenship, :lt is in the largest: armies, we feel it not Huh of a task to for legal tender notes. If this had and t'Ol foreign shores must eter i fell tM3 and tie! frost kiiied1iimuil' .

days1 till'. of the 'lcaurt uUatriott.. teach this writer in the Spencer :unle.ons ll11 i in circulation it would help mat flock the money lords of England,Shylocks lime treeIII Liw Angeles.County.
Day {' amid.uimie Nearly all the citrus
The Bapt"t Tabernacle 1 church, on children planted:II trees hut like former The student of history knows these in patriotism and loyalty.Troubles ( IOW considerably.Let from Fmnkfort-on-thl-lail Amsterdam I bankers from usurers fruit trees throughout Los young Angeles

(.Ii .1"'l't, 1 between Hogan and work of theirs, nothing will be left in statements to be untrue. He knows me give i you some figures from France and all and San Bernardino Counties were

Julia : Jacksonville, has IpI'1 :t mouth to !how."hv cannot vehave them to I be lheons. He knows that of "Cockney School Mat rVhel Oi hall tr.11: that"wild the national." bankpeople On the courts of 111'ehalg'l"rule by fml divineright bodly I'ro/.en, No fruit was injured,
sold fir S-, IIIC some trees planted a however. (limee'liie' then there has
will tear awntht' ancient and at the time of the formation of our i \ a, cockney' emigrates to America July 1st, 1S-)0:) ), the other hall s (not thenational -a hOII"I'UI'OU.H't "fit for tl.-

erect a This c'tlfet'11 i inearly shade", in till over our sidewalks, Federal Union, the I and gets a job t'adliugseho I, then ) had in emulation: and in son, !trta t'lunl spoiN," who V(ltihi(1mmuflge been a seveie fro.t-eighmt ytais ago),
rt'iill'lt.t' of town?
dlrdl add to the apjwarance our :nt adoltou I of this temple of f but the iKimage was only nominal, :i|
his troublesbegin. There was one their VmiulitS-i--ilceie ( () (
a half C'l'ltlr '.tlt, : had (hl4)r(1uiress4)1itelittlLu(1ge1lleI1t the constitution, that negro :40,1,0 -; paper '11'I.i"alllt'r"tv the which it si.vi-ad buj
Ullas TI slavery area over wf
this home of
the tried Gambler 0. a once
on near : anl ille- "
many narrow i'!lnll'] frtI and in selection, si/e, and in the plant genus i money :: : ;! aUt natiolal 1Iiacres.
existed in New Vermont
Hampshire, laborer into den ofthieves
It is said that the tl io the story :, whether i lIe true or I banknotes, 79,7-fj-it!) !: ; all together ,
hollihltlt. in If our worthy will call a The indiciid the fri t
mayor damage by
ur'h will ; Rhode Island, Connecticut, New not. over a billion and timeyhave near at hand :nl ever ready to suck
people dolar
heradc pU'c.Ju } have committees appointed, life blood of : has I been so widespread that it is more-
the childreiK And
ll'I'tlg. Hadams, you spell saloon) got a solid too. These hl'l < to
the lot York New and 'Arry specie haii
!! vacant on the orl'r of trees, one to haul Jersey Pennsylvania than probable California fruit will bescarce
Wf'l' :1tthl'l
of all
ull' he dictated to class."I this rl'" shades
; banks are o ing more for OIT 1 I.OugI01l'I"lt'l'01 '
*n and Church "tf.t't", WhI'I'tl plant the trees, we wi soon indeed, in every Northern state, with, don't !Pl.lng' while little tion that national banks. in.1- and we must for many months to comeandthe
stood livery stables and erect tit' snlmi
onee anew have something 1111H of \1' tilPl''lll' perhaps, the exception of ) tlt'le the financial for the prices considerably advanced. The
church. The prir for this lasatllH Harry frightened hv the strange use of any "wit a In:ut that? question I \al
pail Santa Ann Blade the
"aitchcs." of ( ( prints following1
lot i% !)IIHI''. selts.Jfslavery. aspirates and dear reader, I hope I have woe 00,000,000 once l'utiha tll'al
J/iitf ,! llfaiihntiticn. "Don't know 'ow?: :01) their homes their ': editorial on the subjictv .
Why hig-
young UOlt'tl
fIltr was a ( its abolition this ticket of figures. But wih
Feruandina Mirror: During the .flttf' 'WI' saloon molest or make Too well "From all reports received from the
isspelledwitha'hess'and thl'r
1SH' !' the total l lumber i is some fine in state in advance of its altolition IlramUSj; they are true figures. They are
year shipmentsfrom George Tjler shipping one 'hell1 'two 'ii .' and til we know the of this and I southern counties-this State the late
a 'hay, a it' a temper people
the port of Fernandina, amounttd tomatoes :lid (' -plauts from his gar in other states, does not relieve that '1 mcii.' figures of the I t T. S. treasurer :uut I so way for thiemiiVoe unto ye hypocrites. cold spell has been the cause of moredamage
to <; ( Of this amount Jn Willenisenberg.After want to beg you to read them andponder
> feet. than has been
.I'J state of any odium attaching to it. was at sea It will be better for So'doia'am! ever experienced
;t.ln.t<; .'oastwll and 10OSissn( ,( I lal' wO.ISI than"l1 them. Gomerni in the of this before. It; ha- been a severe
of the sent to day people'swrath '
foreign. No account is taken of the tlH robbery of last week the If we should steal a horse to-day, thl'l the board; one to write it boys plainly was for the Now, I have written this much and than for thee." blow to truitgmowcrs.rj11. severe

shipments of shingles, etc. which business men of the town have watch com (a crime that Democrats are accused class to see. The could make his this long to prove to you that it is timecontraction Shis leader says we lt'ltl and should windstorms of December 10 and 11

amounted to nearly 1tXIMM', ) iJl.t when hill't I inllu'inJal''gulnruiht streets. of by writers like this one in the letters, but he did lat know how to of the circulation that is have a bi-metallic (currency)., but it were most destructive to both'crops

reduced tolumber measurement. This 1:1 : Sun), and he should 'alonc join them in regular running writing the cause of our troubles, and that the would divide his political party and and trees in the San Gabriel valley,

in a slight decrease from the sliijn The artesian well at Sarasota throws Hllnlll : style, and left them unjoined, thus, banks have this ,power through lawsof endanger their success in the coming while in and around Riverside the
iNcnts of lumlier for the hteviElyear, water ton distance of fifteen fl'"t. It years hence,'his stealing a horse at s-a-1-o-o-n. congress and the law is the author election to discuss the question now damage to fruit was great. The frost

but tl falling uf' is more than made flows from the well charged with sulphurated later 1)triI(1VOUIl not make our The teacher looked at it a moment and cause of this S"tl'l, and all that (for the "spoils of office")J. following later on, ho'\ve\er, damaged"

ui> ) the 1 ), <) ton* of phosphate.With ) hydrogen, which leaving it crime any the less, and an enlightened ami then asked with some asperity, you h have to do to get rid of Hie system This i is that "(' crops that were so fortunate as to escape
dl.ptr. water on. the bar the to the air the water is is to abolish the law.I in death"tlohjc'lt\eloilt \1 from the of the wind.
ul{coming purl public conscience wduld hardly uphold ."'h don't you put it to ethl'1 right? al. Now is it ravages
1Olhatl would have I been and 1 good.We think this to be that still No accurate estimate can be made of
l thIIJllto us in denouncing this fellow for beinga Why don't 'von put that 'hay' nearer system ought possible we are part, a par
Itlum'J Wl'f' learn that the that 'hell!' abolished, first on account of the inequitable eel, an offspring, a bastard from the the damage incurred. At first it wa
compelled, on account ( heavy hl'vitt part horse thief, we, ourselves, having estimated that Southern California
of loins of
( i has The boy's eyes snapped, and he answered 10dl distributing the tl plutocrat system of old
draft to ( grading com
finish their
cargoes on other tl nirolt about h(11 half the been guilty of the same crime at an like a Hash, "Cause I was circulation the government intends to Knglaud. we so soon for nrtl'l Would this year be enabled to ship at

|>orts. distance) to Sarasota l'OVr part of this has period. Time is and afrit it would burn up?' give to the people. There is too much Lexington i Valley Forge, York t town least ."'"iono) carloads oi* citrus fruit, but

Tampa Tribune: 1nsp.ttr'ilal A. 1'. been leveled and made; ready for the works erlll no in the nOl"'ntt class was dismissed for the day.But let to the discretion of the treasurer. and New Orleans? Has the warm patriotic it is now doubtful whether iWO, ) carloads
cure case.
\ of the ( UtOI house, on ties. Four hundred tons of rails the the Geography class proved nnoth1'1 II the second place I think S30,000' in blood of our fathers transmitted will be had. Some estimate the
seized hundred the cotton gin been 1T. S. bonds is to become loss in dollars and cents at SlHioH,0( ( ,
) lft'rlHm \lrl ('on train, etc., are in Tampa Hat unim'l'utl.t pitfall. One o the boys, while writing deposiCt not sufficient us ('hilc by the greed l fo
: ( Havana c'iarl'tC and trl.tiol will lie lightered down probably and negro labor continued to be unprofitable names of Kuropan cities spelled security for ff or two hundred gold; that vampires suck the blood of though this perhaps, is an exceedingly
from a Spanish fireman of million bank. the third the the nation from the veins hiiim figure.
during the week.Two in the South, as it was in \ enieCehmnice-. place of its wealth
eotte. lie had smuggled ashore a time North the would have been "What?" cried the teacher on hisrIuhitlS law does not require any specie basisas producers? Oh, God, what is this nation

large quantity te in strings aroundhis thousand tons of rails are being negro ; His that the way you spell security, and in the fourth place itrquin's to thte"l thou Ill still mindful Senator Pasco

person, lul made several trlporf.tl from Phiatl'IJhia for this manumitted here as early as he was Venice i ?" only the setting aside a fourth of u given us- over lora in the was :t com of tlliCi8)U4figure Masous
trip hack and fourth from the vessel. hmudIf the ( : aiid there. But there would have been no Yes, sir," said the lad. of the deposit as security for it. In time as was Job of old to be tempted which has Lodge
When arrested he had the goods lied tons have delivered to the F. C. the fifth these banks of the evil just closed its sixty-third
hl'l1 particular virtue in that. A man to "Suppose Hi was to tel you that place are based one? It!el'J that he with annual session in this He came
-. up in bandana handkerchiefs, and t P. at Fernandina. The l'OUtlHt forlighteringlhe there was houly one Venice, alone upon the debts of the United the cloven foot has indeed alpe'u'eo1before ( ity
was j ust about to board the train rails wlfom the smell and taste of liquor is from "Washington to take part in the
for has hl'U
let to John what would you say?" Itatts. No bank can exist without n... the divinity which shapes our
Tampa. The vigilant inspector tall- McKay: of Tampa, who will ('1110' offensive, does not dl'sll.e special "I should say that the price of eggs deposit of U. S. bonds. For this ends and in his pleading (for a ) proceedings, and seemed to greatly enjoy

1 JHH! him on tht back and requested jm the Plant steamer Kissiminee praise for being :teetotalar. woultbe pretty high, sir." reason these hanker will be forever prevailed to tempt this nation tnl every moment of time. The fraternity
bus honored him three times
interview. The cigarettes, whicheqiiipletely ing -iul'poses.| The transiwrUition Cincinnati opposed to the payment of these blind their let that
wi When and Prudence 'fhel was an explosion.- eyes; us hope
OWl'l Lovejoy "e by the
bestowing him grant1himaste'Nhmip
filled an extra large s-ire be t'omll'Ut''t this week. Commercial Gazette. bond, and will always work and our end be like more prosperousthan upon
market basket, are now at the custom Crandall were being assaulted by mobs and administration
p sehc'ul to the end that they shall not i the beginning. But remember
:I ist Mrs. ,
house. Monday Fowler brought in Northern was entirely satisfoctory and he could
and ,
states, Clay be 'rimtare all and He those
IlU' paid. powerful helps who help themselves
us a dainty basket of strawberries The general assembly committee of ; be
to-day elected
At one of the hotels in Jacksonville her south of other Southern statesmen were manumitting as long as the national banks exist the 8 let us be up ami doing, hand in hand again amiy position
on town.
grown the within awl
place church the
the revision
Presbyterian of that ancient
on gift
i is an gentleman of ,;; government bonds not be paid. and shoulder to shoulder and
elderly ; Vl'II'j Thl basket was from palmetto their slaves, and were members wi with honorable I has
Senator J'asco
who The old gentleman Wo'l'n of faith, at its late meeting in New When we have money in the unity bring to naught the body.
0(1. leaves by herself and prettily trimmed of the Colonization aUI strength friends
ma'ny in
Florida and has won
i is affiictcd sluggish circulation with flowers." Mrs. l,owler' All'rkal York, struck infant damnation from treasury that we did not know whatto subtleties and wiles of the enemies of ,
of blood, wt every night when have a sufficient from wi soon Society, doing all in their pOWII for the same. do with, instead of taking this human rights and the brotherhood through an honorable, Upright He

he rth't his wife uses a paddle on to these 'il.1 SI garden the peaceful solution of the slavery -------- ---- money and paying the debt it was mankind. Now,dear readers,you may course as u citizen and an officer.
him good ef.t. The noise of nfer 11'ITil'l I. squandered in some other way to prevent charge this with "much adoabout came to Florida in January 1S3!), a?8
IIU$ stol The National Democratic Convention wrier school teacher, ami in the county
these whacks alarmed the Ocala nanntr.Dr. payment of these bonds. See is true the silver same '
l boarders : This!writer is also in error when he will meet in in how he first located he is still a citizen. lie
the June.
have been
1loralnI Chicago
on same they Hall's the Methodist they refunded from question of itself is not so great a matter -
thought that they' had a wife or abiih- church last Thursday Il''tUI't netted the says that every ordinance of secession I San Francisco, Omaha, St. Paul, Milwaukee time to time, these bankers each time to kindle : great fire, yet we 1< okUlOfl became and fully identified with the people
when lie
baud heater in their midst, and indignation Sunday school cause: :night. vas drawn by a Democrat. TI! ordinance I New York and Dos MoinesIowa taking them at : reduced rate of interest its rete.tol as a token, as a notice entered, Confederate war was declared with hitsime'igimlsim's
nd excitement rose high. I until at the last th that army
of for instance of this refunding neglect this matter
Finally on investigation the truth Prof. lCt'.iOI, were competitors.Sarah took bonds at what will and since the close of the jwar
was Sutor, of the Hamburg Phosphate tl a mte. of two per I i become of "our essential de
J known, and now the old gentleman mine I in Citrus county was in state, was drawn by a Northern lan, cent. will take them wihout mawt"'l' ask you to consider, to he has been rcixnitcdlvhouorcd by f
nnd his are of interest and who was not a Democrat. Beruhardt rather than being called to publit-station:*.--Jacksonvilie -. }
IIuS objects town Tuesday. He is a great combination appeared iu Savannah any int'lIt think much, to think earnestly, and -*

to all the guests and are iM>intcd out man and says unless the miners I I is true that the majority of the last Saturday for the first in paid. ( ha\e already' paid interest with all 1ie charity possible under the Metropolis. '., J

as sights ()the hotel. The treatment cll this no good prices can be obtained members of the Whig party of the .:La Fosca and "Camilla." tmt The di- enough on these bonds to have paid circumstances; but let that charity begin <

is( always vigorously applied by the for their output. He says the pebble South the origioual amount of them. As at'home, for he i is worse tlum an The "drop-a-nickcl-in-the-slot" and'

I devoted wife who has l ten instructedby men getting together i is a hopeful sign. were opposed to secession, but \ine Sarah was simply sujyrb; her audience long as you let the system stand thl'S infidel, that will not take l'ar. of his the"pcnny-in-the-slot"machines were I

the ))physicians to lay on and spare The He\'. Dr. Blake late while they opposed the policy, they was large and enthusiastic. bankers wi scheme to keep these own houlseimold.Now not intended to emkirrass the Federal,!
not, and the ]Iullc which does the pastor at Citra, and of Ocala recognized the right, and while bitterly -- -- bonds flm hen pail1 This:is why what shall the S be' ? treasury, and yet they seem to have//

work is a Innkil/ weapon is now living in formerly city having lamenting the exercising of the right, these halkl'J wilur their mil not the wooden lii ii'e. done so. Owing to the immense patronage I
is the lead i
Tobacco taking
which (' 'vilelyhiant1t growing
tlrc' the retired when secession lon,fol aUl corruption F. H. L. bestowal upon them the Wall
hl'1 placed upon list by came, they went with
of in
Northern and Middle other
Florida. Farmers was no
Ol(tt' purtllr1 Conference reason why this street sub-treasury is now said to contain
nurse.R. thl'lat'years of work well done in the their states, and became as ardent claim that more is to be m\rl in sys-tem should be abolished, this one J. M. Cutler, agent of (tht. Mallory over thirty-Mx tons of copper

H. Partridge, with the ( supporters of the Southern cause asthemost alone would bo sufficient. It is corrupting cents of the value of ll Jooo and ,
COUu'tt1 Master's cause, IH is resting in his declining rai-ing tobacco than in raising cotton.It the Line at Jacksonville, i is now a married > ,
TnitiHl States geological is at morals of the people. It there are in the vaults of the
survey ) were .same est
(lays.Jflrf'J pronounced Deloc.ts. is all the talk and seems to 1 be a iro. is breaking down the tons of honor lan. His lricl. was a MNs Bell of tabljshmcnt
Atlanta making a topographical map The Northern men in the South S>3iioo, worth of nickles.
(itS that part of the phosphate region.e (I .,'fa,'. i integrity and manhood that used to beat Atlanta. The officials are consequently i much
almost to a man, espoused the Southern A train hand, colored, on the S. F. the bottom of the character of -------- -
work is embarrassed
( by this bulk
called atlas sheets, of JakinJ! of map the; to_\I of\"nU'a liberal boarding patronage.Will houses. continue side, and enlisted in the Suthlr R. R., was killed Tuesday at the Ocala. people of this country. It is. thus preparing Congressman Bullock introduced a much, room enormous, and great i usek'requiring

laud ('cnuuning about :)(U'
I il each. The sheets are named i Harmon jumjicd seven ,11"1 in Sun been living in the South he would a when coupler his and foot in backward and slavery and degradation for building a breakwater at make up life, but they do not always
lakes the scrub west of town while out hunting caught a splinter that is surely coming if this
prominent towu, ,etc. The system make it lighter the life
-not at least
DunuvIIoii, 0\811 and Gainesvillefheet last week.Since have been loud-mouthed for war as which extended from the rail, and continues. When the monied class Cape Canaveral. of the clerk iu the, depart

are finished, and Mr. 1'at ridge i is the telegraph office opened up the balance, mil would have done as threw him backward, his legs getting had this privelege of banking in 1832, ment. treasury

noW work on the Orange Lake here notices of:approaching ('0111vavcs they dit Why, then, this wholesale entangled him in the axle of the car. 1 why did they' payout 830,000,Ooo i in I you want toI your husband or

.ht; when it 5s completed he will have reached) us each tn1htHn' be- i censure? rll' the life under of the him.wheels : 1 loans and 53,000,000( ) in corruption wife, as the case may be, first procure Garza's Mexican revolution is said
I out
funds to defeat
'rn"hl't Gen. Jackson cold
:because water aufl then heat it. to be ended. -


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