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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1892
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: VOL. 3HL STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1892. NO 34.. ,,-

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SILENT-HEAVEN. that scene was s awful and so pro up) and down the rough seas of sorrow ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT) grant everything they ask. This recommendation -

longed that the inhabitants of hl'avel all sin, let me point out to you another is made on the presumption Minister Egan was an errand boy. AVay* of Getting Through
could not have done justice to it in continent, yea, another world, --- that increase of circulation will The wife of London's mayor w.is n riothcrsome Little .Jobs.

THERE IS BUT ONE RECORD OF SUCHA many weeks. After the fearful bi':icgeinent that you may yourselves, find a ruptu- At the risk of being I called( tiresome not lie upon further increase of national chambermaid. To can brass fL'tre rub them with

WONDERFUL OCCURENCE. of the two fortresses of Jerusa ous world, ( that is the world a I shall continue to write on this subject bank notes. It is Iud that the slices then wash in
; leI!!, Antonio and Hippicu had "cel liulf-hour o, which we now study.( hoping to elucidate( it so that it bankers condemn the further issue of Madame de Lsep is 40 years younger A weak solution of cooking b wat. .

going on for a long while, a toman Oh set sail for it Here is the Ihipanti shall come within the comprehensionof bank notes as unprofitable, consequently than her husbnd, a hairbrush without weakening wi :

Hot Even One-Half dan be Spared. Untiring soldier mounted on the shoulder of another hero are the compasses.: In other the Jot ordinary uwll'rtmc1Ig.i they are trying get a release The wealth of Baron Hirsch i just clan) te ..
soldier hurled into the window' words, make this halt-hour begi Awl I shall follow from Congress for any further issue.l'hmey about equal that of Jay Gould.
: Workers His Kingdom.-Hea- of the temple firebrand aud the temple nning want contraction they t In wiping up a stained floor, a pretty
l' i 1 at twenty minutes of twelve of facts and truth takes me, whetherit more ; Sir Edwin Arnold thinks authors, a "
. Eesounds was all aflame, and after covering" watch, the grandest half-hour of your be into the camp of my friends orthat have not got enough to suit them. The rule, are dull and stupid companions.a gloss is given by adding a little kerosene
with
Ten Shout of Victory many sacrifices to the holiness of God, I life, and become a Christian. Pray of my enemies. It is truth and Government still keeps n little over oil to the water.

and Songs of Praise. the building itself became a sacrificeto : for a regenerated spirit. Louis XIVwhile principle that I am contending for, $300ooo) ( ),M o) i in greenbacks i in circula- Russell Sage is mildly spoken of n an To get rid of soft corns, apply cotton

tf- the rage of man. The hunger of I in the\ garden at Versailles for it is high time that somebody was tion. I presume when the bank abstemious man, who neither drinks, wol soaked in castor oiL Bind it on

BROOKLYN, X. Y., January 31.-Dr. people in that city during the besiege- walking: the great architect contending for these, before they be permission to stop their smokes, nor indulges in big feeds. with a piece of soft linen.By '

Talmage haM of late been preachingon meiit; was so great that as some outlaws and archil'c took off his hat lost and swallowed( tip in the maelstrom ton they will then try to take the Bishop Phillips Brooks's influence procure rubbing with a flannel dipped in t

texts of Scripture that seem have were passing a doorway and inhaledthe before the on your hat," of corruption.Vhmemi that good old greenbacks out of circulation. AVe for the Salvation Army permission uhiting the brown discolorations be *
t odol of food they hurst open the said the king, "for the evening is prophet isaiah, about 700) have little enough now, but then we the streets Boston with may
been neglected, here I in a sermon : threatening the mother mmomme.Vilat ? t parade fof taken oil cups which have been used in
f ant of the damp and cold. And Mansard, the the coming of Christ, went out among would have tHel music.
'; oil a beautiful text which probably household with death unless she gave architect, the rest of the evening kept. the Israelites and PremicileIVoc to The effect of contraction of circulation baking.

J'J' was never selected for a discourse. them some food, and she took them i on his hat. The dukes and marvuises the crown of pride of the drunkards of is to make money scarce and dear, Patti has been grossly misrepresented Naphtha is the best material for loosen- ..

., Revelation vili I. "There was silence aside aIllshiowetl them that it washer standing with bare heads before the Israel (this meant Samaria the beautiful and this precious quality given to by some inconsiderate scribbler. She says ing and removing paint. Apply it overtime .

, ; own child she was cooking for the king expressed their surprise at Man capital of their country) he told Money causes men to hold and hoard the value of her diamonds i only about coating t 0 and let it soak .,
'in heaven about the space of an hour." ghastly repast. Six hundred Priestswere sarc, but the king said : "lean make them that a "strong OW" should come it, and it has a tendency to make everything 6o. for some remove scrape off. '. :

He said: ; destroyed on Sit. Zion because or a marquis, but God only and cast down their city to the earth, else cheap. 'Vhel it is very Queen Victoria has issued an order To destroy tho odor of paint in newly

". The busiest place in the universe i! the temple being gone there was nothing can make a :ransarl" And I say to and sure enough it was not long 1efor precious and dear and you have none that tight checkreins shall be used noIODcr painted room put a handful of fresh hay
i for them to do. Six thousand people you, my >uly by his convicting the Assyrians laid siege to the "crownof of it, you have to give a great deal ofwhat .
is the center from which
heaven. horse thoroyal in a bucket of water and let it stand
I ,' ) in one cloister were consUI'1 and converting grace can their pride" and destroyed it all you have got to get it. Hence upon any belonging t i
all good influences start; it is the goal There were one million Ol hU11n'tlt make lhrist:1, but he is ready this' took them into captivity. I am no contraction cheapens your products family.Dr. tho room over nightHoukepr'Wecdy.

at which all good n'8ulu arrive. The t thousand dead, according to Joscphus.Grotius very accomplish it. s I II prophet, and cannot see through a and property of every kind. Expansion Storrs, who h been a popular .

Bible represents it as active with wings thinks that this was the CUUM.- I -stone half as well as many of my has : tendency to increase the Brooklyn pastor 4' years, i stlel
and silence in heaven for half an hour. HOW HEA VEX LOOKS.Do I friends that I know. I truly hope that value of your property and j rod ucts "the most pulpit BITS OF INFORMATION
wheels orchestras -
and ant prO'estlons If Mr. Lord. was right and this silencewas you see that row of p-ilaces such a fate i!not in store for us. But and decreases the value of money. modern brlat -

mount or charioted. Hut my during the Diocletian( persecutions That is the apostolic row Do you see Isaiah told them that he was going to Hence you do not want to hoard it, time. France has a mine 4,0 feet deep.

text describes a'gpacc when the \vrwels by which 844.000( ) Christians suffered ,' that long reach of architectural glories give them "precept upon precept, line but want something else that i!appreciating Chauucey M. Depew raid. in the course Tomatoes wero not cultivated 100 years ,
of his
death from sword and address to the Fellowship ClV.b in
fire and banishment line here little and there in value. It investments
I ceased roll and the trumpets to ? That is martyr row. Do you see upon a a lit encourages ago.
t and exitosure, why did not heaven I that immense structure That is the f tle." It is by the foolishness of preaching in property and products. If Chicago that after a man has passed 40
and the voices to chant. The The room in which I died
Bund listen throughout at least one ,fthioseawfulyears !' biggest house in heaven ; that i is the that the worl is saved from sin Wl had more money our lands uvould81)1I1ti8tC years of age he makes no new friends.Dr. Napoleon i
riders on the whits horses reined in .OrrhiiI.t.IIIiIiutCs'I'lie this in value and we would the now n stable
: "house of many mansions. Do you all tlcl1'vii :hal iliat' g"oc( Elyah Whitney, of New York,
their chargers. The doxologies were fact is that the l'lletallrograu; i is see that wall' Shade: your eyes prophet ali '( upon I ln' more readily 1nrlHlrdmsJ for them. makes the proud of having seen Berlin's 1,313,600 people hare only 26-

hushed and the processions halted.. so crowded with fplcac'll' against its burning splendor, for thatis In my last artic.'v: was'giving you But at tl ( not want President bat to I rO dwellings. .
every Washington
The hand of arrest was put upon all fore only one eternity all the wall of heaven, jasper at titlIttIIitIImd the reasons why the present hankingsystem too expansion; any more thanwe Dr. Whitney is 93 old. I Musical notes, now used, were invented -
the splendor. "Stop, Heaven!" criedan for 1 short space. While there amethyst at.the top. See ( should he abolished. In addition want too much contraction.Ve Cleveland years in inso. a .
omnipotent voice, and it stopped.For arc great choruses in which uUlwan'n this river rolling thVough the heart of to the hrihing and 1 corruption of want circulation at that happy meant Speaker Crisp is the first Confederate

thirty minutes everything celestial ('al join, taco soul there has a story of tl great That is the i II\'- our Congressmen at t the I 1 polls, 01 rl'ction ha t keeps prices at standard of prosperity soldier to reach official position of mor& Postal cards are now made to b used _

stood still. "There was silence in divine mercy peculiar to itself, and it 1'1 ( It'h'o.ols'those wno once ( machinery)', it comes down into and not at a standard of adversity. than personal force. He i now the third as blotting pads. .

heaven for the space of half an hour." must be a solo. How can heaven got lived. od the banks of the Hudson, I our communities and briber and I corrupts official of the nation i rank, but is There aro more republics in the word

From all we can learn it i is the only throug1 with all its recitatives, with the Alabama: ': or the Rhine, or the many of our smart: and inllucnti.il i.0'these reasons, which I think are really second in power. than monarchies. I
It does cantatas, with all its grand Shannon the to talk and scheme for it. sufficient, I contend that should
time heaven ever stopped. SIYVc' lt'n'rW 11'1 you The "Lucile by the late Lord For foot of stature a man should
not stop as other cities lor night, for marches, with all its victories' Eternity like of this ior clarity aUl shcen." Some of our 1'taiiii. shrewdest talkt'I'l vote now all all the time to abolish poem every -
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there is no night there. It does not is too short to utter all its praise. That is the chief river; of heaven, are brought to see things in that light, the present banking system. If it is a Lytton, was written by him in the city weigh poutmds.It .
inhabitantnever In my text thirty minutes and I thus made. the and and not of Washington, when he was attached to is said that the best walking pace
stop for a plague, for the 1lwcI spared so bright, so wide, so deep But yon :rl strongest opponents great evi oppression good i
says am sick." It does not but it will never again fpal one ask, "Where are asylums for time of reform, the good of the people( for country, why delay? Why not the legation there at the time his uncle, r::steps per minute.
Inhabitants minute. In worship in churches tl and,I the the make it issue at the next election Sir Henry Bulwer British minister. There '
old
stop for bankruptcies, for its earthly "' I answer inhabitants country. They buy up an ? was are 13 miles of bookshelves in
never fail. It does not stop for when there are many to take part, are all "Where are the hospitals newsIaper.sIftiiecoul1try: to amuse t
impassible streets, for there are no fall we have to take counsel of brevity, but f VOUIg.lame'' "They ate all public wilt l'ase-hal exploits, lmorlmeracilig Let us abolish banks, and then there this country and was received hero unexplored area of Canada 1-
What how will heaven get on enough of would be no temptation to bribe a a i "
en snows nor sweeping freshet. rapidly agile. "Where are I the infirmaries prospects some any and honored the foremost of .
then, stopped it for ('? to let the one huuen.tl and fortyfourthousane for the blind and deaf"' "They all town, the glitter of phosphate enterprises body( ', because the lanker will no longer national a champion COO.OOO&quaie miles.
Grotius and Professor Stuart think get through each with his see a-wi 1 war." "Where are the almshouses the magnificence i of railroads, be interested in legislation and independence and'human lib Thpopulaton of America increases .

that it was at the time of the destruction and one hundred for the poor"' "They Y are all the Hitting of noble personages from they will not care who is elected. In erty. Now he i old, feeble, almost by 7,000 persons n day. ; I

of Jerusalem. Mr. Lord thinksit and forty-four million, and,then the niuitimnihliomiajres.Vhiere are the one locality to another, and "we are my next article I will try t give yousomething .and in abject pvr. Among 200,000,000 of the world's population -

was in the year 311, between the I one hundred and forty-four billion, inebriate as 'luHs"h ', tWll al honorable men," and not one word tatter than natanalbank! A t Whitney wi be slavery still exists.
close of the Diocletian persecution and' and then the one hUuln'e and fortyfoar are no sabons.Vhiere ( they say about oppression of the 'VlI. unveiled at Augusta in 1392. year
As a rule, tho length of face the
the beginning of the war by which trillion. ; gm"l'u'tb"h my, I they never (1 Ic." farmers, the oppression of the laborer will b the centennial of the inventionand a i "
down I by our financial and t the railroad same as time length of the hand.
constautine the throne. But Pas" those boulevards of gold system The principal discussion was operation of the cotton gin in Au-
that was all brine guess, though a learned MOMEXTorS HAM'-HOlUfS. and amber' and sapphire and see thost.intt'Juinallc'stl'ls i monopolies; all if any one who the probable ellect on the revenues apon gusta, Ga., and an international cotton Tim rent of lant in England 800 years

and brilliant guess. I do not know My subject also impresses me with : built by the ar may besiiflering from these monoj of various proposed measures. ago was about a shilling an acre. ,
exposition will be held there to
when it was and I do not care whenit the immortality of a half-hoU' That ( >r"l' into homes, lit should write anything to unearth The fact that the re"cn tuitl expenditures the commemorate A few animals nr4 voiceless, the gl- .
invention. a
was, but of the fact that such an interregnum half-hour mentioned in my text is over I the threshold of which sorrow (tiii'4 sum'rin and oppression that the of the Government now, according !Ir,', tho : and the porcupine. -
of sonud took place, I am more widely known th.ui any other never step, and out of whose windows farmer and laborer l are heir to, thl'vwilot to Democratic assertions, show an "My earnings during my career? Noth- Chinese lrm:11io.national debt -I
is
'lu' "of the
certain. "There was silence in heaven period in the calendar .f heaven. faces, nHe pale with earthly be' :110wctl space in their pa- excess of the latter over the former, ing. Nothing, I say. Money? It conies; one .
for the space of half an hour." None of the whole hours of heaven are sickness, now look( riiliicund, with immortal }p-rs; ( vcntilaletheseoppres.-ioiis t t ; and 1 must be taken into careful consideration it goes. I keep no account. I don't 6mal!<>st, amounting to only $38 OO. '

measured oil* none of the years, none health. "Oh, let me go in all if they should for decency sake 't'pll.t' members of minority side of bother. I have enough. I never calcu- Some watches now mado are guaranteed -
TiE STRENGTH OF sn..xcJ. of the centuries. Of the millions of see thc'1!" you say. No yon cannot : to such I writing t I i i I tHYt I the I same; the committee say tl, deciding upon late. I can't calculate." So tho to keep time to within 10 seconds a .
and the millions of to go in. Thciv: are t110.t( there( whowouhI11''r lill'I oC'1) I their I>'at :\ lust such says month. .
And first of all. we may that ages past, ages any si-heme for the revision of the tar- divine Bernhardt, crystallyziug the -
lear I belittle them with ridicule general
come, not one i is ( measured( i onsciit to let you ('( IIiC all andpersonalities ill'; and they will seek for estimates Time
'sl"'c'ialy has
planet the
sentiment Neptune
of the
God and all heaven then honored Yon "Let : and by calling themcrankxalarmistsenthusiasts artistic tempera longest
out
of I in t.ie Bible. halr-I1l'of my again. say: : me stay: giving i the eflect on the revenues of various -
alienee. The longest and widest dominion text i is made immortal. 'J'lie! only part hl'rl'il this place where they never dc>. Not tariff: propositions" '1'hl assertion rent. year consisting of more than 6,0 of
of that sin, where they never sillier, where one word have they to say: in promotion our days.
that ever existed i is that over eternity was ever Il'Hrecl) got made in the Holman resolution that
they Our time of such a (' No, t they There are 72 places called St. Etienne
which stillness was ( For an earthly timepiece was HlISUt.e never part" 10,1o the Treasury i is bare is likely to have UELIGIOUSIxTELLIGENCE.
eternity there had not IUt'el.been a sound. the minute hand of my the is short, our thirty milltl:are almostgone. have pot other ii-h to fry and plenty of I influence upon tariff legislation. in France, and 30 towns called Washington ,

World-making was a later day occu hnlf.lwul! They decide everything.I Come 0mmVe! mu.t get back' fat to fry thl'l with. My friends, wea Courier-Journal. In Java 1,00 conversions have occurred in America. '

pation. For unimaginable it was am not asking what you wi do with to earth hl'fortll1. half-hour of heavenly re get t ting I tired of Ill'ait't we sit It occurs to us that if the Democratic through labors of natives. is said number her

a mote universe. God was the only i the *:years or months or ( ) of your !il 11.t' tip, for in your down on somebody 1 or something i too' members had devoted a little lill'l of Easton, Pa., which has a population opulation Chi more t among than r
t
to'' life but what of the half-hours Tell Jortalltatt.ou; cannot endure the Have t these monopolists] got a monopoly the time last pot per capit
and there : session to the
being, as was no ope : also] of this "sitting-d'own-on" business obstructing of 15,0 has six Lutheran churches. any other nation the w?<
to, there was no utterance. But me the history of your Imlf-hous, and pomp and :)1(1101 and resonancewhen appropriations of the Billion-dollar word. f
speak Hence has been all broken up into I will tell you the story of your whole this of silence is end ? I think not. I think we can Congress their task at this lesion Sixty-eight convicts in the New Jersey There arc in America 19,0,0 of .

worlds, aUI it has become a noisy: life on earth and the story of your t'tl The day will (llt. when you can sit down on !somebody or !OBlthiugtOd woultlbe very simple. penitentiary have received the aacrameut tho big old copper pennies lying unusd
f.universe. Worlds in upheaval, worlds whole life in eternity. The right or ft'l' heaven in full blast. but not now. Let's try it. This is the best way "'l' have no objection to Congress of confirmation. somewhere. Few pennies get back t the

'1I. \congelation, worlds in confagrUonword8ln wrong thinI"you can think in thirty 1 am now only showing you hl'an'l to win their respect. If these papers) : ini? due prominence to the tariff Pilgrfm Congregational Church St. miD t.
whom we have and made ,
at the dullest of all supported :
If right or wrong et'ri- question. Tariff revision is of the
revolution. geologiMt thiugs one Mo. citizens who are able to read
rich cannot shed has raised the five OulV
ties. There is a sympathetic tear Luis.
Come !
in on i years
can thirty something features of the Ocala demands.
believe
# ( I they are) you say prominent and write have tho vote in
.) hu not been a momentoftIenc since right or wrug things you can do in in the celestial :pPl'arnee whichmakes otcasionalyat least, O! our lamenta What we do object to is to be just past 320,000. Bolivia and several other power t
thin world the thirty minutes are glorious or baleful, me think that the half-hour of aUI ( condition, let us turn told that the tariff issne is the only one The youngest of the cardinals at Rome South American

,'crashing and the splittings and the inspiring or desperate. Look out for silence will soon he overoimder, are our backs upon them, give them the before the people,when i it i is wel known is 57 years of age. the oldest 84, who had republics. I .
cold shoulder
the of time. are the horses hitched to ,and tell thl'l to drive on that Tho glassmakers of 40 "
i and the hubbub are ever in'prrc8. fragment They whit. being every dollar that raised worn scarlet for years. Teb centuries -
uproar But when among the super- pieces eternity. I was the half- chariots, ( yonder are !seraphs lin their apple-cart, that we will have under the McKinley bill will be needed A 3 ngo. possessed the staining -
? North
between horses that harps as if about to strike them none of them until they are willing to to meet the of Dakota Methodist :- Klass.! and
\ cried, "Hush! and for hour shoeing appropriations our conge they produced the commodity
half hour heaven was silence made Klihu Burritt the learnedblacksmith into symphony, and yonder are conquerors treat us with consideration. Let us go last Congress,and that our Democratic tion rented a piece, of ground, it in the utmost I.Cliil"SC
; an 8tl of si- the half-hours taking down from the blue to our reform paper! of which we have who howl for revision in wheat, and with the proceeds paid olf profusion. ,.
The full 1ewecnprofesiona
*,
''s knee was bonore.f us ha'et power to learn. calls as a physician halls of heaven the trumpets of victorv. sOle noble specimens.. I you want Congressmen effort to prevent the a church debt of $300 and had money annals a remot aq 3,000 B. C. .
;
many we are mortal yet truth nUI facts that pertain to our left 61"'al: of the of tea, and classify -
We that when Christ was arraigned made Abercrombie the ChriHtU philosopher HeJl'mhl'r spoliation of the people when the time t put in the church treasury.
are tld answered word." the half-hours the and cannot endure the ful rol of heavenly doiog, read the National Economist : was ripe for such effort. If Holman It is it almost as perfectly a is done to- ,
a fouud on .
nt duties as school-master, that made harmonies all endure published Washington, D. C., and i could secure active efficient a rough calculation, that day. its virtues werediscovered by acci-
than ,
!Tat silence was Salmon P. Chase chief justice, the even the silent heaven for more than read our little bantam, the Ocala Demands. l 1rt to good sup the recent "self denial week" of the Sal- dent. :
shook the
.
I' that ever anr between that half an hour. Hark the clock in the There are more facts and truth McKinley suppress bill apprOIriato. vation Army has yielded ia this country first coin '
made
assailed In this
half-hour fhoc.laft"
when we are Tie country
Oft-times
; f' made Henry Wilson of tower of hl'an'l begins to strike, and that relate to the relieving our burdens ity because and 22,000. Of this sum 17,000 have como
in
the mightiest thing to unnecessary beinguumimecessary were Mexico in the mint established '
\ misrepresented, between the half-hour is ended. Descend in one issue of these papers than 'l. from the Salvationists .
, i to nothing, and the mightiJ the United States, the ha f-hoUS no excuse be framed themsle.wbiothe tlwr in 1 :>,. Tho coin called thereal. *
, lay say hack Come down in the current newspapers in ten : was
do Those oanal boats that made JamesA. COle ti your al for it. As it isany attempt to meddle general public has subscribed the remaining -
J to do is to nothing. "
t' thing Lot these themselves They are now worth from $1.50to .
wark is Shoulder longer years. papers -
t Garlied The half-hour doul. a support with the tariff met by the -
tr |.pIle who are always rushing into a day for good president.hooks or bad books; thchal your burdens) Fight a little longer until they are not only willing I by pointing totheappropriations Republicans !5o.-Eglih Diy. $0:; apiece. 7'
set The
get thenwelvm right ac- but do in fact advocate proposal made that a union of
battles. little our cause. Th, armies ot
i but their own cha- hour a day for prayer or indo your longer and it silences all effort. I et our Democratic Moravian of tho civilized nations P.
jconiplish nothing half-hour for your griefs. And then take heaven This bank buys) Congressmen Young People 0 forme JKW the world number
I Do right and leave the ; the a day helping ytc'1 up! COUgf'S. see that appropriations 3,600,000 men. Beside
f grin. Silence God. Among the grand others or blasting others; the lialf- nol in its dullest half-hour, but in its i, j judges juries, Il' legislatures, men are ( to the necessary expenses called out the expression on part (f the loss of their time and labor,they cost
iJutt with and mightiest and, instead of taking of influence and and some members of the church of the wish
to business ( pomp
. the world has ever learned hour before you go newspapers, may government economically administered at least 1.000( year each, and that
1 et return from it for thirty minutes, take it world they not invade the sacred that existing organizations bo a
I of taught by the half-hour after you temple, and the tariff will easily be may amounts to
1. Ire the lejwous endured patience uucomplaiuglywraonal business; that makes the difference without end. the holy of holies, aul buy our preachers handled. adapted to the purpose, and a suggestionthat $GoOOOOO.Lol'Htirs

'1 those who social polit- between the scholar and the i ignoramus THi: FIRST HALF HOUK. ? Oh, what an influence for good Now, while the Democratic Congress a Young People's Society of Christ- travel in regment .4
or domestic or or and the But how will the first these have and what evil recking new feeding .
'- than bit- between the Christian you spend preachers finds itself left on the issue at ian Endeavor formed in
1 lc1uJuftl. Wronger revengeful any answer infidel, between th" saint and the demon half-hour of your heavenly citizenship they could do if they should ;yield tothe'temptations present, would i not he a tari'idea for gation. b every congre- misruling armies are always led by the r,

I I'I, Ir aUe or The famous between triumph and catastrophe after you have gone in to stay? of this monstrous : it to wake up the fact that there is biggest and strongest ones, while the .
1 was the patient silence. betwt-en heaven and hell.nlhle After your prostration before the tem. "'oullilot( the banks feel safe if another great overshadowing question During the cholera epiJemi of 1813 maimed and weakly struggle along

I Dr. MorriMon of Chelsea accomplishedtw he most tremendous things of your life throne worship) of Him who madeit they COulsl'cue these in their behalf? before the people that all others fndI8.t Bishop a young hind.Th. b \

I.I" t did much by his and ulleut tongue.patience He as had and mine I were certain half-hour. possible for yon to get there at all, as wel as pray, for it that the money' Cfth clwaf"country is man, was stationed at Cincinnati. Ago .hill near Jerusalem where the era- -.:
by h114 pen The half-hour when in the parsonage I think the rest of your first halfhourin is not impossible large body of in such shape that it can be and manipulated many member fled from the city cilixionof "
Jttthnia that for twenty-five years I resolved to heaven will be passed in receiving these be secured to insinuate in I to i Jesus occurred is formed of 1k
minister may
impoverish Methodist
of country the'wealth-pro-
IS ,{:brought; him out of his couch at a reward if have been faithful.I I young; parson was om limebtone. The shore of the Dead Sea
of I
become a Christian then and there; vour you favor our oppressors. have met ducers of the land and to enrich the of those who and braved tho
d !o'clock each Jorning. His four SUM the half-hour when I decided to become have a strng&l)' beautiful book containing but few that are willing to make any stock dangers of rmaine art lined with pumicestone, showeredontof
If slid daughters were dead. The re- the of the medals in favor of the I"mhll'r' scourge. Sometimes ho SOIlIC volcano that destroyed Sodom
(
of the gospel expressions to
a preacher ; lictul's gentlemen, exchange .
10 i iuttlniug child by sunstroke became luae. struck the government in oppressl't \ c'hal'( officiated at a many a 10 funerals in a and iomorrah which .
half-hour when I first realized that by nglh amid some who are actually outspoken the products of our labor with cities finally sank -
I The afflicted man said: "At honor of great these medals in fa of single day. His kindness to one tminmm'sfamily Urn-alli the .
IIa son was dead; the half-hour when ; \O' our oppressors.Brethren our co-laborers in the States waters of the Dead Sea, '
moment there in not an inch of my the heart of the returned Uniltl led that man to bequeath him, _j
t I stood on the top of my house in Ox- pinned over these men are supportedby so that three fonrths of not beabsorbed .
(aid 1 f 1 b that i 1i4 not filled with ago- ford street and saw our church burn; heroes of the army, on great occasions, ns and warmed in our heart of h by thosewhodid wi produce $1,0 When :Mr. Foster received the

$!"J. et he wan cheerful, triumph- the half-hour in which I entered Je- the royal family, present, and the royal hearts until they cannot s in one dollar ;of it. See to it not a money he said t himself: "This sum A Law Abiding Officer.
his sympathize
In
II Jtt; ent. Those who were rusalam; the half-hour in which I as- bands!playing; the Crimean Il.tlal, our wrongs and oppressions. I say cent is appropriated: above the current was not given to me personally; it wn Immigration Officer-You say you are

Id I aae aid they felt as though Oh they the mided Mt. Calvary '; the half-hour in the Legion. of Honor, the on thl'l,too. It won't do to si legitimate expenses of government in. given to the Methodist minister! ;" and J he rnmiiij- to this country to marry Miss '

II ,were in the gates orhta\'uen. which. I stood on Mars' hill; the half- cross, the Waterloo medal In your town hide themselves behind the plea the future, except enough to pay the therefore turned it over to the church Milluudiciivss?

141 In Power of patient silence condemned! Eschylus to, hour In which the dedicatory prayer first half-hour in ': some way that they (1Ilm'tkliOiV, have not studied I infamous appropriations of our last session Cleveland Leader. lorrigu Nobleman am. 3:42
asin immortal poet, was and about you will! be honored for the earthlystruggles and let the tariff alone ,
made is can "Aro
that of1tndM of this temple was ; the subject. I their duty to know 'CH you already engaged to marry .
-
\\l&Xtk for writing something in which won the clay who the advisability -
.
t'e Methoist questioned
are you will render "
or fifteen other Imlf-hour that you are oppressed and wronged, uutour JUolal'xlwl'S her?
'lit _I the people.! Al the until pleas his in chief t(1 times of my life Stand up before aU the royal house of and it isthcrtutytolllps\l us fromthese i ( I'etuc i. S. S. S. order of tacoce a few -lam B
IirKt i behalf were R'oi heaven and receive the insignia and the years ago have now all become converted "
- :, brother uncovered the the prisoner while announced as victor 'i'hfii you are under contract and tho
x. are the
8111 N" "OWO''n you devil. There has not come under apparently to new work as I lh, movement
1'lie and showed that hi. hand had \'Jl over the droughts and freshets of the but one who was myobservation The Daily 'frihtw, of Jackson, is securing a strong hold in tin law forbidding time importation of con '

I keen shot offaL Salamis. That silent You ma/forget the name of the exact farm field, victor over the temptations outspoken agaiuist our preacher opprl'siolS from 'rt'iimm., recently published the followin larger cities. Lack of organization and tract laborer will prevent your landing.

{PIe&Hberated him. The loudest thing yearof mast of the important of the stock exchange, victor over the financial: and railroad monopolies ;: remarkable paragraph, one word continuity of have inteiftri-d in ho f;oa earth is silence if it b of the right of your existence, but those }professional victor ovrr flock of purpose itoMfny of America will stand
e\'ent alureUl'ntf and warned: his the slaverythat in which we have taken the cases with the I not cheap
kind There the'half-hour of JLert.ofitlC7in to many charitall,1
was the
nisho my
I, and at the right tme. half-hour like domestic inftlcil', over was sure to come upon them from (forci-u e"iiipetjtion.Buffalo Exprew.For \
do not i home missionary efforts of the rhuichf.-.
oldIe I
',quaint old hymn, in the text, will be immortal. mt>ehaniC1 over the storehouse Not :
I I\ and Qnae sung in the churches.' ouerv what you will do with the victor over home worriments, thc'l 1 wrongs.( to drop many into the Sundays Methodist ago He\ H. l Feltz, pastor of the West The scriptural injunction i! to vitit I iln- -

, twentieth century, I do not query victor over physical distress, victor church happened at Ocala and it :lb"ioJ Church, preached his fare- sick, the homeless, and the needy, and i in -Once In ills Life.
oTbt r <6e U not forever got was my pleasure -
r? ,JfrX: Mm who fastest ruoi what you will do with ISC, but what over i hereditary depressions!, victorover to hear grand sermon from that \n'l sermon this conference year Sun the large cities this ha tatoino snri. a Thtiier-HoLy did your face get that
p.jKor the btttel*>y those oeopell will you do with the next half-hour? sin and death and hell, Take most eloquent 1 divine, Ue,'. J. B. Ley, c:1. This is the first year Ilev. Mr. wide work that it can uothtaftluch.ilj"I .. rtrained. agonized look in your photograph

'III' ,r Wh shoot with longest gun Upon that hinges your destiny. And. the badge that ('I'11h1tes those victories in which he with great force of logic has had charge of West JacksonChurch or irregular attention. It .is this 1L-I. ': Did the light hurt your eyes?

'I'l' T, My friends, the tossing sea of Galilee during that some of you will! receive through our Lord Jesus Christ. and oratory portrayed the evils of this and by untiring zeal and social that such an order : that of.tho deaconesses : Small Son-No, nia'm. The man tolo

' teemed mOt t offend Christ by the the gospel and make complete surrender Take it in the },presence of nil the galleries system and warned his flock against qualities he has made many fills as no other/society can. m<, to try and keep still, art'I did.-Good .
111 ; amount of noll'it made, for he sit t and during that others of 'ouwii saintly, angelic and divine! the consequence's flowing from them.I u'omC1 t friends among I his congregation ." I',eWfrJ. *
.we.ut- ,-:, It: "Be Htlll. Heaven has been \ make final and fatal rejection. of While all heaven chants: "These are hereby hold him up as a noble exam who wi be glad to see him return. At tho Young Men's Christian. As>r-i.t- }

'\U lug king and queens, unto God for full and free and urgent and impassioned they who came out of great tribulation ple in a noble cause and I would bid woren"we suppose we should tion at Ls Angelica, Cal. recvnI: :i I Iler Point of View.Dr .

,yet heaven never stolI )- offer of life eternal Oh, and had sheir robes washed and our preachers do likewise. These systems read "warm." A correspondent Informs cumber prominent Christian \\orLci,' t '- > you think that
monkeys bo
01-poruid I* a moment w>r any 8uch occurrence that the next half-hour might be the made: white in the blood of the Lamb." of monopoly will buy up everything us that the reporter is still living assembled to devise ways ard JI:11 to taught to talk! ?" ho asked. *can :

i of thirty minutes for the most glorious thirty minutes of your Shall Thy saints conquer In all though this they glorious die war that can be bought; tlrlol'let but that the preacher is in the reach the unchurched ICS will tin; i -I never put the question that ," "-
crnaUon back history way
8 Far in
encc. "There was si- earthly existence. from rAnd ns beware of for all go-pel. was decided to estahli.h
in They Vec the triumph tlU :halimow I a r.ho
e h sailor toils of an investigation. leplicd. "I always wondered
tIfS.. even for lhepace of stood with a seize it with their eye. their i .
by to known the Pacific
great dispel
an hour." halo geographer that represented thn frit. I, JII&.il L as wlioihrr they could bo taught not to.nWashington -
acjire looking at a globe of I Union like tho
In one my lireviousarticles gave Centra I
; ">LRXE8S TIER our planet, and he pointed thought to a place there A young lad, 1C J'ear old, killed hid you law that required that any bank silk A few manufacturers'ear ago the of Belding Bros., Mission! at s"nwlhinl\ D. C. Major Post.

.11' Learn also on the globe where he Savannah last Monday. He before setting in business should deposit Northampton,
continent. The father in up Mass. bored a well at their silk worksto Hilton, one of the founders of the Washington ICU Fizz-leal
"n to yen mn8t txt that hea- was an. undiscovered $oOo, $<))0 in U. $. bonds as Constitution.I t
ayslifo from b amy and active undiscovered continent was America. fired three shots at him. for their circulation. They have security since the depth of 3,700 feet without oh- mission, wi assist in the work.. >oi a_Why do you call Jake a'corker'.* '

I i I Ilbe minutes of IlCt'fVlof TM could only The geographer who pointed where he The conductor on' the cannon-bal then gotten Congress to reduce this taiuing water. Deep bores do not The union wi b entirely undenomina: Cora-Because every time I draw him

.1Vt- Len events on *' There have thoulht there was a new world wasMartin on the F. C. & P. was fired on amount to l-,;i*,'.-New York Herald.
; that seemeed to ear. In heaven l3ehalm, and the sailor to express last Monday by a Comptroller Currency recommendedthat where they can reuch the inpsses.! Meetings !

; or a whole week or a a whole day whom he showed 1t was till Colum he had us, at La Villa junction The bullet passed this amount be reduced to ?lOOO, The scramble for some of the Federal will b held ever ni ht A gospel "Mr. Piggery, of Chicago, isn't a pliy- .
aid; celestial for This lat WM not satisfied young multo. to secure circulation. These Lankershave wagon is one of ajUD'Ct contemplated rician, is he, Dukane "Ob.uo'"
: right cn8lderton.yer ws I mckedthatjem out of the sea and set through the seat of the conductor'strousers the audacity to ask for anything, oflices is proving a bad egg for the and the movement wi L systematic "Then why do address him '

%time of the destruction Ceu of at the it In the crown of the world's geogra- and ou officials have the trueulency t. doubtful ones. in each department. 'Doctor'?" *He cures you hams.1 as. -
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,; BRADFORD COUNTY }I The National Convention. A ru.u.uh.lol Man Sic.. JOn Fighting tll FIt'a iltig. I Notice of Final Discharge. I
TELEGRPH,11
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The democratic national commIU"C lust Saliml: y, the oraiig IluWI'IS' .\ coriespoiulenl: to the Floridian. let- Six months after date I will present my ac TR'UBY TER11i c..

)\'.:<:KLy..TIrIUtE.HItAIFllltDCOu -- have finally bellied np
n' .FLOUIDA. place, and June 21 as Ine day, on which fiuit 10 .llhl II. Newton 311 Washington bed, says about the flea bug: j i ask for final discharge from the administratorship I.

Ihe convention for the nomination of street. Xew York under cuanint i As soon us the Kd wus powci' we tooka otthee'ttateoJesse Johns. J.D.JOHXS .
I.C. 'VEB
Editor and Publisher. president Hnd vice president i shill take t<- mnct l hy his agent. II. E Chirk, that | plank from six III ,.i,:ht inches wide and Aug. 10,1891.-6m Administrator.

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)11 lice. An attempt has been made to show were not t rpulize Wholesale andGeneral Retail
SURKCRIPTION $1.00 A TEAU.Jntere4 that the selection of Chicago is triumph city. They dl cdclllu bring suit ng-iiijst ( space was left under the hoards next to month after dnt I will present my accounts -' DeaLq'in j

f'.r what i is called the Hill-Gorman wing Mr. Newton fur the amount of the jiunrHiitirs the ground. We then stretched canvas I .vouchers to the Honorable Wm. F.
Affording to Aft I vf Cn"11.t'I in Malphurs. C..untJutlgf' in and for the county of '
tht P.*t ... Sflnrkf. /?(., 11/1 .(:011.1 I of thu p-irty Iud many' believe this to Ill I I and "secure'1 the services of Hon. made of cheesu-cloih. laeku.z it all around !i Bradford and State of Florida. as administratorof Merchandise .

Cln/ Matter. 1 1I I the tact. i iIr Frank Clark lS i counsel in the C:8. hut i the planks, and Ihmugh i the middle of the I ask theestai for final'of discharge p.i\ld Browning from the,same.deceased, and

: __ I as many contend, Mr. Hill! has a'-j[ what the UIICOII' "'il l Ia'
Xcw Y irk ehy was flap st.vni- ('f:1.1 ready MCII.llhe: support ( New York j i Our ;jiioplo have been roU>edof theIr fruit :j ji the p'I\I'klo werei i.11" to keep the canvas 6. 91.-Cm Administrator. STARKE PDORID4c

most horrihli' fir(' on Sumlay last, in I why i-hoiild not lie and his I tnends have: i i long enough and: there sh.eihil htl stop i; from sa gin.r. This canvis will last two IN CIRCU'T (COURT 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ., !

wbicli the I Hotel Hoy.il I was"liuriud I ;pricl'l't New Yoik city as ;. place fur !I IlioNiirm j put! to it. Whether Mr. Newton aut'ior j or three seasons. Tims protected the bugs I State of Florida, Biartford County. 1 1.

and a luuiclre l glll..t-* were Inn tied j the (:ln\'eltOI? In our view of i i j ized Mr. Clark t.i make these guarantee" i iI Imay I will not eat the plants 4nlllhc plants will :: AV.merchants K CHEW and partners) F. L. CHEW doing!' Ammmpsit.bu -rOCerleS StaplesndFancy. I

to death. the case their selection ot Chicago-if. !:I play some part in it. or it may no.1, j bl' ready I two or three weeks earlier; and ->ine.8 iiniicr the firm name I ; Any conceivabLe I\riiclt" A: J
of Chew Brother". I Suit by
I they did sekcl it-is u confession of weak j a' the principal: U generally IIunl hy the i not stutTer from ('ol.! Hut this canvas vs. { Attachment.A. .

The cable; oonpeetinj; "al1 with I uct; an apparent fear that Mr. Cleve I action ,}I his sirent. We shall await wilh | should. be taken off uome three Wc-eks before SHIRLEY. R. ROSEXBEKOER, late partner and in S the P. I I i Amount Feed Any kind of ProveuiUr

Florida i in coniploie) and the Uahamas )l.uid'o |pilaiiiy; with Ihe people would some decree of interest! the termination 'if> II I the pl'iuts ate trunsplanted: to give ban',tog business under the | sworn OJS.Ot.to Hay, for Live Stock.
I nazneofRoseuherer&Shirley.J $1
are jtrohalily in wire connection I ovei whelm them In the metropolis of the I this quiestiun.-B utow News.Mmy i them a chaucc'ln harden up. To A RRosenhergerandS. ShIrley, late partners .

with the treat cotilinent to-ilay, l y But do believe --.--- in the banking business under the name of
country. we Chicago
way (f Nassau ntnl Jupiter on the I lot I : personsIio rwovprod from la I II Beet sug- is selling in Canada to the Rna.nl.erger & Shirley: Dry. Goods Millinery ;
was' for )Ir. benefit, but ii"w troubled with a '- 'FAKE notice that W.K Chew and F. L Chew. ,
southeast coast of Flnl" !. Srt'CItt Ills I IrilPplre' ( Ptrsi wholesale Hade allis low as tour cents i. merchants and partners doing business under I to,,.
Huiply Lectt4&.c I was leally the niobt I 'h'Imlprllin'! Cough Item- but has not sa; far Old with much the firm name of Chew Brothers have instituted ?
city for the #dv will I promptly l'"spn thi.iHiusjh mid' favor. The color: of the siigir it of u giayish a suit against you by attach ment entit 1 1d And Furnishing Goods Mil styles 8ize nd Prl.e.s
Plant City i is to ''e sued for 2n),. IVIIIII.1t purpose.Oil. relive i the I Imiir*. ptr.till a permanent I. cast and decidedly vegetable flavor as above and you are required to p'ead' or demurto Clothing::
Hovey. who represent Rhode I slnml in a "hlll tinio. 2:stud 50 lt. a the declaration filed in said cause on or before Cull and .
000 by a Chas. Grantsvho was seriotiKly t'lrf .n. (( in the Dominion satisfy vourgelf
; bottles for mile) by nil medicine dealers.: is noiiceable taste, uoty.t the April 4th 193. the same being the first Monday .
in the national
hurt by falling on a rotten committee voledxfr Giocer. of said month and a rule day of this Court, or

idcwalk at that. place.. Authorities Chicago on every ballot and he i is repotted ; Son.e fancy the-charms- ---of the lily-whitf judgment wuilbetakenagaiistyou L. by B. RHODES default., H d ware For Ffcrmer8' BuUtl". l'ho )!hala, J.liauaar -

of other Florida! towns should take to have said thai he did so "be cause tome maid. Plaintiff's Attorney. also 80f-, HAnfei. Ceoking UI..iil.
I, W. T. Weeks clerk of the circuit court in and .. "
warning (rom this Save trnhhIt'and if Mr. Clc\cult's closest friends in New Of ethereal form and htiui"l.inJ pyen. for the county of Bradford and State of Florida .

by repairing the walks York had asked him to do We can Who faints in the roc pi in aOY4 do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true I To suit "y (sits and "J pcckeu A'- If .i \
money ll. the and correct copy of the original on file lo my F U fl'U'j. p

and keeping them in repair. nf'vouch for the truth of this statement j I And is always I11\1l' "ju t rl.ad L die." office.Witness my hand and seal of sail court this kinds of other Hou Furnishing Qj. 1

which looks plausible but we can for RYAI December 31st,1891.

There is not a btnjrit? head of horned Col. Iovy it he democratic: mayor ot j Hui give me the girl of the sunshiny face. [SEAL] W. T.W KK8.
I The blood in whose veins courses healthy Clerk Circuit Court.Jan.
cattle in the hole region south Newport), who is I Cleveland man, and I and free'it't 1. 18I2. -3m

of Lake Worth, and the children he \\1111 never have voted fur Chicago it \ Iht'i "r of youth in her movements IN CIRCUIT COURT. 4T11 JUDICIAL CIRCUITof BEST OOOOS LOWESTPH13ES!

here have never seen a cow or tasted he had believed it to .tguinst the ex- I of .acl Florida. Bradford County. ,

mik.: There are no hogs, sheep, prehid .t'r tlC tls. Oh, that is the maiden for mel! WILLIAM vs.RrtsENBERceRct A.. PKCCE
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goats, nor any domestic animals, except There seems lo be disposition SHIRLET. .
among
I Mr.V.. Heed) propri" or of the JOSEPH ECKERT. ,

about half a dozen ponies, south he press of hoi!: patties t throughout the Hotei Delloiift. 01:11 one of the finestn THE defendants' and Samuel in siid P.cause.ShIrley A.lateparners R Rosen- .

of the Miami river, and \'erfe\' to country to both Mr. Hill s influence \and !o,1"rl hoteN in the west, says in the bank businfss under the firm name und
the north of that htreatn.-Juno .S un exaggerate of Cliaiiil>erlainN ('olh> Hpinedy'; "We style of Ro' enberger & Shirley anti all other persons a
and his wickedness. Among I have Used it in "ur family for years I 4Kli4.POWDER interested will take notice that their property -
.,. with the most in said county has boon attached Ilt the suit
class of especi-
Cctlain democrats the abu satisfactory .
e heaped I
nsu1 :
The fact cannot lie wiped out, : ally for our children. for of the plaintiff therein. William A. Pence and _l
.11,1 eroup. _.
upon him his: wuslly his that said defendants a re I ereby required! to enter r- .
Grovcr Cleveland has a strong hold augmented It ('al be depended upon; hivideH it i is their appearante in said court on or before the I
on the affection of the popularity and if tie 'should succeed 1 in 1 pleasant to taka and seems to he free first Monday of April, A. D. lf9d the same beine .
peop.e; they the nomination be from ehloroform and the oily substance the 4th day of said month and a rule day thereof P
believe and tniKt in him lie i is geling iti more put into man. couch mixtures.: 25 cents and plead or demur to the declaration filed in ,
owiLig to Ihe abuse that has been thrownat Absolutely Pure said cause, Judgment bv default will he entered ,
able anti honest 5"cts and $1 for sale all
strong, lie had the I bo1lf1 by airainvt thE'lIIaud their property sold to satisfy .
him II the republican and independent medicine ( plaiuuti1T'seniand"! ,
courage to Jo right even though it I } A cream of tarter baki -jj powter. Highest of <> .
December3)th.
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cost him the presidency. We he-: newspapers; of the country than lioin! :any During the -Harrison: administration the all leavening food HtreoKth.-Latent U. S Government THOS. E. Broo.

]lie e that if he is nominated for that I other one cause. Mr.I Hi.I's courage, _ _Report._- Attorney 'or Plaintiff.
republican party has usurped, the gov I. W. T Weeks clerk of the circuit court in
place this year the democracy fighting qualities and well known political V I O. 0. F.-Reguur! anti for the county Brad'ord.) Florida. do hereby H Hdittlil
crnorshipof Nebraska the United States -, meeting every Tu'1iyr the
certify that above is a true and exact
tariff reform will win. s'igciy: are all elements of popularity ) '._ ni"ht in their hall. Trant ;
cenatorships in lol la nn. the governorship t/- "* T sient brothers cordially copy of the original notice on file in my office.
a who admire pluck aboveall Witness my hand wndscnl this the31st day of
people
iuvited.J.O.1AYNES.
among ,
in Connecticut and a United States ___ December, A. I). 1B91 -
Senator Jtrown, of Key West, i is else. ;, X..O [SEAL] \. WEFKS.. I flUIIullthtUlflhihililllullU1UlhlIhhilllllllhihhhlflflU1ll! !!! ihllflttiIlllk.CITY !: ; .
in New Hampshire. The F. J. FIELDS. Sec.
senaiorsliip
making a still hunt thiou<;liotit the The independent mostly favors Clerk Circuit Court.
press lecord is consistent, in both northeast and Jan.l, 1802.-3m ,
state in favor of himself for gov Cleveland but their ill-timed attacks on Bradford Lodge, No. 42, F. A. M. :
ernor. He is undoubtedly a candi northwest, hut in the northwest the la. ..fttt'.t. '1 hur"dll.;' ni{hl before the third Incorporation of a Rail Koatl BARERL I \ ,
Hill are doing r Cleveland more harm than .f" Sunday in each month : I I I
date. It is also said} that Frank all his enemies combined within the democtntic has vindicated itself against the usurpa- J J. M. JOHNS, as W.M. Company.NtiTIPE ) ,

Clark of Bartow is for tion in ut least one else. while in Connecticut I \ J. E. WAINEIGHT. Sec. is Ilt"r..bgin'n that under a'dhy
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up secretaryof ranks. ----- -----
and New law is impotent of I the laws of Horidu, in such eases Keeps ou hand ('ream Rye and Graham Bread Pies aid ca1 :
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state on the same slate and that \Ve believe the democrats of New York IIOp..hire COMER L. PEEKATTOi1NEY.tFI1AV made and providel. the undersigned have formed .
combinations are now being made against them. In Connecticut they are aud NOTAR1 theniirlvi'B into a bod politic and corporate, of all kinds. *>rniil Orders promptly attended to.
favor of Cleveland undf the name and style of The Gainesville
are in cv' n Tammany _
for other state officers. How niceit keeping; in n governor whose only title to -and- LaCro.-se and Lake ButU-r Rail Rood Company Mr _.____ -1 .

would be for a few if they could dare not g., against l-im. for the rank and the office is that of the frauds and threatsof Fire Insurance. for the purposu,,f co structing.. maintaining and For Sale at the I S-akery: ami at Heil ercjer & HichanK:
ojenting a line of rail pa I from the city of
file of the for him and him .
run the whole stale just to their party are only.It force by which lliey prevented I Ihe inauguration Uepresents LIVEIU'OOL& LONDON GIOI5E.VUOVIDKNCK Gainesville .rthwjrd: througthf county: of -
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I WASHINGTON I ( OltEENWICH.SECURITY I .
is matter of small I I Aiacnua. io L.HKe ull.r III me eonnry 01 uriii-i p
very consequence J
liking. : o the governor elected by I and HAKl'FORU Fire Insurance ford and ''rolllllaill"it\(!ii nebville sUth .arj j"; '<.' ,f.i' '<. "vG"i. .- -, W
where the convention is held provided vote than the combined vote of all Companies. Choice tots of Laud in town and through the counties, of Aiacliim. Marion, Levy, 3 .L J E '
I greater county for sale. Citrus Pasco, Hi-rimndo llillabomugh,to
the democratic people of the country are &f9
Women of Nebraska have undertaken other candidates -Ex. STARKE FLORIDA. the waters Tampa Bay. .\

to furnish the hammer with allowed to control iL I professional politicians ---- jnelfltf The capital ,iock of --ai.l Gainesville, LaOos 1)) I T.' ), ;
and Lake Butler Rail Road Company is $&.(>. I WAT ivape J fJo'J I \
which Mrs. Potter will drive the prevent the nomination of Mr.1 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh S'l' \HIiE: HOUSE. divided inln t<.OU> shares of oim) each. and its : iJ :

Ut nail in tht woman's Cleveland it will be only to invite defeat That Contain Mercury, principal oflioior plal.t'of bii-inmss is Gainesville HJ.
-
building Alachua Fl...nida.
A' mercury will surely d"trotha A first-class Private Boanlii ig: House. county,
when fl is dedicated Oct. 12th next. at Ihe polls and we do not believe even smell and dera I K WEBSTER. J ... J
t aense <>f completely "c p Easy of acce.-s to all parts of the town. -- :1.
u. W. HTDE. / J
The tuil. it will be remembered, will4i' Mr. Hill I Mr. Gorma: want to do that. the whole system when enterinJ it Terms reasonable. J. S. TWOMET. I7J. __ flo. :. V! llYS'1'JraYlng. L'SIGLE
--- _. through the'mueous J. R Kl>DlNSCIIAS. J' r.1 :. t
be furnished I the of Montana I :( Hnl Mrs. Wm. Edwards, Prop.
by
women -
The Lottery U Dead.A articles should iieelui u"ed! except Oi MAIN S'lHEKT, L. }mt.nLs. t3 \ DOUBLE k:5 g if.t1g ij or Teaming .
and will be elaborate Jan. 1,1 2.-3m Oft 41Pkrrpty
an pro- dispatch from New Orleans says: proscriptions from reputable physicians, Smrkc l'lorida.1I065m --- v. \\1 ,Js
tbf> will do is lea fold to : \ I
dilution composed of gold silver SIN dam..ge they f"t1." :'
e } The Louisiana State IX THE CIRCUIT POUHT OF BRADFORD : rifC"
gives ( 'i r
,.' anil copper. It it proposed that the Lottery up the cood ou '''110p. .ihlr derive fromtheiii. _._ n_ .____ ____ _______ COUNTY, .-1'ALIn' -'.' ,"-ln Chan .J. Tc :1}ng ; ,,.l tf c; t
the fight and retires from the field. The Hll'!( (Cure Dllur"etur- ...' -< J"' '
hammer be made of the native decision of the ed liv Cheney .\ Co., Toledo, 0., .AM4. Scientific Amaricao c.t.y.FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FLORIDAvs. 'f.b 1'4' "\ "'. '
e woods of Nebraska and inlaid with supreme court atUrming contains no mercury. and i is taken internally Agency for r 4 To Hire At All !:;$ :r '\1'1 Attended to.

the constilntiomlity of the antilotterypostal I and ets d I wily upon the .,:1i T C IIiPPLEet at. Ii 1Ji.f : 1L'i t H .t(.. .

gold, ilverand- pearl. law did it. The decision shut I the IlclrIIllu"m.so <'eot' I hits !Vbtfll.II ',' ;.' .' :- To rilit n orgeV..10 1 ns. HippV.irusteifor. H.C.A.Hinple Hiprie'in and hh own for TIMES. --Rbo.Ar.1'G.: Ive us aid.r I
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I Cure be sure 5
buying n"I'1 CatMlh liter unknown residing! at Lock
out of the mails and its pi-rsons
Ed Cube!, the popular rcstanr- company crippled you go. tiIP I g-ii tulle. It i is taken interiiirtlv. .\ Haven, Pa.and It. W. McCormick and John
nter piesented the Tribune this lti.inc"s so that it is impossible to carry -iii'l m.-i'io in Toledo Ohio, bv 'icc'ormick.p.lrll.t"R doing business under the C51"' )' fty ic tb1c.:
it on and the suite of Louisiana the F .r r'helt.l t: Co. tt_ firm n m.e and style oi McCormick & Son;A. ; XJ\1 ;X l? etl1 nnt, l't
luoining with a curio in the shape pay .O-SoM l" DruggfctH: prico 7 0" U. Hopkins and I Coo ge We}moth. partners doing
v ;( per ..
annual of $1.250,000) without act .r.CAVEATS busine--- under the firm name i nd style of
(>f five lemons grown together on Ic'nsC I bottle. .- M. MARKS. lopUn & Weymith: j. H. Cochran.K. .3 Opp .*lleiTlolU'. Carriage: Shop, STAHKE, FL4.
one stem and forming a pyramid as \\11088.: This:ends the great lottery fight -------- tif'DESION PATENTS P.i.n.and. JultphV.. ()ehllln.partnl'rs d>-
which has oinon in The largest cizurnctuilhysmnokeil; is by vY'1c1 COPYRIGHTS, etc.For ing.huei ess under the firm name nn.1 style of ,( i-i; t -i "i/-i- .t< : .
rcrf'cand sy metrical as if place 1'1 Louitilnl\ '. }!'. Co bran &('o.; C. A. Mayer and J. A. "J; <.< &<<1< L
together by man instead of being the past three years und in which the com the belter'class of the Piiihippi'IC Islanders MUNN Information& CO.! md:sni BROADWAY.free nandlK ok NEW wrtte YORK.to Wilson all of whose residences- Until)'*U, --..._--..... .... ..... .. .- ....-. -.......-......_.
especially at Lnzon-a place nnte l Oldeot biirenu for wmirlr.e patents In America. aunt First National Bank of Luck Haven Penu- .
thus i interlocked by the hand of na I pany i is supposed to have spent aboutitO.OO. ff3.- the uiiivtrs.il: habit (If smoking practiced Brery patent tutpn out by t1iI 111 broupht before 1 Ivania: FLORIDA CENTRAL. AND PEN.IIU-a-i-iIWAt;
tbe public by a notice free of in the ? entered and
gU en charge OU are hereby required to answer ,
tore. Four of them form the base ( 1 is dl'lc beyond resurrection. by ui' clus'mi"' ""Slhl "-. It i is \ '
I or demur bf-fm-e the ev..nlh day c>f -
und the fifth stands upright in the The Louisiana legisUlure at its lust session no uncommon thing to meet respectableManners I tieatifw tueritau, March 189-J. to a b.ll exhibited aca st you in this FLORIDA( TkUiNK LINK. SHORT LINE ;-
)putUing away at cigars foot in court by First National Hank: of Florida other- To all pointi in South Middle and West Florida Jlol-'te, New Orleans t nd the ScrII" .
center, ill a" solid as i if the cluster passed an amendment to the constituliln length and thick in proportion. I wise the allegations of the said bill will be taken Direct connections to all points. North* est 11'd frtilellst. tit-nan new coacb.L-. ;
wore one fruit. The curious extending I Ihe charter: of the Jjtfeeat drenlatlon! of any edentlBc paper In the against you us confessfd. I Route from Tain)>a to Cmvinnati wilhout chant o! '4Ir.
may lottery world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intellurftnt
It is further ordered that this ord>-r be published via MoiilicflloamlTtioniHSvillr.MtiD .
her them in our office window. The company) for Iwent.fve')'elf on the A Little Girl's Experience In a man year:nhonld$1.50 six be months.without Address It. Weekly MUNN 8i.UO: & CO a, onceaweek for for consecutive. efksin I 'lIME ( in rOTert J a"i 4, 892.i .

\\t IUOUK were grown at Thonotoas6a.Tatnpa pAyment (II $1.250.000 }year. This waslassed Light House.Mr. rUBLlSBBR8S6l DZuaQWyNew Vnr'rrL'eIers the published Bradford in laid County county TELEGIUPH.of lIrt\!ford.a ewspaper I 'i : .uC'IIiL1tL,1V.Ni 1:1 I. 4 10 I 2 I \bLuuLi.\ 11:0.. I 1 I I5oplOlda '.

Tiibune.Secretary after hard In and Mrs. I".rtl fruHeott are keepers Witness my hand and the seal of the circuit I.v l-'ernant11D1t. Ar 300p it-Lam iI',.. II C.J a Jntl.IIUD\lU" l\r S2p lI' :)
only n very 5IruJgle. of the IOI ht house tit SHIM! Ileacu Hotel. court of Bradford countY, Florida. 72Op115aLv: Callahan Ar l4p 130a 1OfCp 752aLv Baldwin L. fOp1iO1p r

_. the campiitfn which ensued in democratic Mich., ." & 118 blfM d with a dtiu"liter The editor of this paper will supply all [SEAL] this 19th day of January. IM9'!. 9lu ,l1IJaLv Jacksonvitle Ar 1:15p b&a 12 14 a Ii 4r1 Liar I ale thy t. I .5 p 'If..' .
4 Blame is out in a card primaries the pro-lottery four years old. Last A pril .h. .tak- {leninnf: to stop at the Trnrelcr Hotel ,t W.T. WEEKS.FLETCHIR 900pt.O( pLv Bal.lwln. L. 10-)' a o:1Ia 1l5a l13aa.\r Live Oak L' H'p .Na .:
peoplewon down ft: Wein%, Clerk Circuit Court. IliTp l7pAr III.rlle Lv1147a 431 a aArSuwsnneei'pZ.Lv _'
with lei followed
'
announcing that "I am not a candidate and contro'.led! the The en iuen* by K :, Jacksonville whicli is now conducted on Plaintiff"Solicitors.Jan : 123311 I3 p Ar Hawthorne Lv 141'1 Ii 323. 310.10 jaAr Madison Lv 4 44p S. .r
for the i and cuovtntlon. dreadful! conJusml turning into (tv"er the European und American plan, with 22 1893. I I ISa 251 pAr Citra L. 1021 a 4a. 430a1185pAr fontic"lIc L" 326p lie;
presidency, my anti-lottery faction bolted and nominatedan Doctors at Detroit treated tickets good to transfer Paxttngtrt and ,I 3311\Ar Silver Springs I.v ga9a* 620" l06pAr Tal1ahllf"f'. L. tlJ p 1 lIS212a
runic will not g.. before the republican her, but in vain she crew worse rapidly SlierifTH Sale. 344pAr Oca1" Lv 923& 148. 8-15. J4ipAr Quincy L..I2Mp Ja.1tL' .-
independent ticket. I IJaggage. from any depot to the Hotel. pAr HomOlllils& LV 1Wa hll 4tOpArlUnrJurctoDLvlfOlplJl1! ,
until 1 she was a mare "jiandful of |MIH"". :
hat ional (.oii en!ion. This is What effect the action of the 'then she tried Dr. King's Now Diseovry The Travelers does not run a free 'htm XARY G. WITKOVSKIVH. 4.'Oa 514pAr IAt'sbur 1.1' 11 011 a 10101630pIlIOpAr Pensacola L. lia ilip. "
company
5 4.\a 5-1OpAr Tavare L..tO 5a I 3Jp 2tJaAr l\lobU" Lv 110. .
tilain language and beitiUipreted or hajcg.iire; wajon, hut hy a special ar
pretty can and aftir the of and
will ne two a 750a
have upon the campaign is impossibleto hal' MILLY DAY. 63tipAr AJIOl'ka Lv f-tl& 55p 'UaAr t'wOrlt'8DiI L. saip000a 1
only one way. His The bottles, was Completeh'lrer1.. They' ,1\ 'rang'm"1I1illt the u Optl etuir, .Mr. Hur- I)Y virtue of a writ of execution issued out of .NpAr orlando LT 91011. 481'Iflr.oaAr t1cntgoDlery Ar 135. ;.f4tsa '
rI1 n.JI know that if he sa\ thai lain say. 111-1,11:1'people offered to Dr. 111J'1 Ne-v Discovery is worth it" ton K H.uis.ve; ate enabled; to save our I )1 the court of the Couuty Judge Bradford HOp Lv WiJJwood 'Lv 1:29loLl: 'Up 1115pAr Birniunghan, I.v34Op ; .;
= retire from the tight jind Il the pros have; wei gold vet \01 may trial readers I the coSt of tr.uis'ers. county. Florida.dated December A.D. 1891 512d tilpAr Datleeit Lv .1111.1' Wp 731aAr Na-iii1le L. .55a625a S,
not. a randidatu DC Ill:1IS it, and bottle free at W. II. Rivers' Jet" 6 -'- -- to me directed in the above stated cause I have 7LlpAr Plauitiity: Lv r.9l1.. P 27aAr Louh\iU. 1.vllIOa : ':f
a 1 I tieoltiees| if I they \01 declare againstthe rll levied upon the following described lands, as the 145a 8:0 p Ar Tanipa Lv 500( 1810p 652aAr Cincinnati Lv 150p
thai oIithis mind
is made
he i il'o
up hut whether will property OftH: ce/endant.l\IiII.r! Day. "izOne 1 55p ArVmitli, Lv 1.12 a 2.a AT M. &ui" ... 'f3lip h/
not the kind v f a man to change it. lottery
It i is hard now that tl..y h..c held! u :talc convention for bummer's outing t the islands ends. 210 feet north and south on east and west 'O"-\r. ('t'darKey Lv 1130: a._.__._ s 1\Ao..M-I\J-.IlU'I.1 ;
: to undl'r"tant11) siu-h :; J among I sides bounded on the west bj lot ..f W. R. Phillips Truins Nt.s. 1,2..9 al d II, cluily PullmaL cars *-t
and nominated i "dl-A8
Htep ShoUld l be taken j just at this a state ticket is'cI3 'vhich bkirl the c ast of Honduras' tt:11 The Eartb now owned by Win. Sapp. an I north by hetweenjack.onvjjlearjdNewOrlt.uns. sl3aLv na Lv Jllt'hol p .f
Bat.hl"in Lv 740p
4iUhltfUl.-St. I Louis lots formerly owned by J. M Johns, aiIStreet. _3, *. 7.8 daily. ,
time H-misori HI'pulllc. marvelous tales of the ___ I.I I\L. I.akeCitv Lv S"5 p
should
- ; at any rate -H oyster groves I With HoeSOW FERRY'S SEEDS and on the east by lot form..rlyOW'II.t FERNAL)1F.t ANI!> 'tDWr.L.\X OU1F. 1OI.StiAr White prirg8 Lv 631p

feel that he is under lasting ohlig.i Bucklon's Arnica Salve. that country and the rare dt-lic. cy of t'' e : nature will do the reat. by Walter Win, T.the Dryilfn ow owned 6 I (W I I 'I 15 1"i9a.-\r Japer I.v iMp
S. lions to Blame fur gitting oat of his Fiii best Hal"til tho world tor eutw. bivalves "which grow on trees." Tic ,, the best-FERRY'S. i.i the town Starke, Bradford c"un y. Florida 9SOaLv JI\I'I."onvi1l Ar221.$50a---- 120lpAr' (:! Vs idosta L. 1100.OlpISOp

of a renomination. '.\Ui8t1, "IIfUh'es.. salt r.ieuiu. fever facts in this "tret-oyster" case are these : i A book full of information about Gardeni how I looted the N\V* of SWV of See. 2S.Tp. 6 S 55 p llltr F.rnHiJla! J.v2.r l' iUa 10'IOPAr A Mace tlu ntlL.Lv. 'fIOa
way I R. *J E., containing one-half acre more or less
"''i.as, tetter dripped hmnN chilMaitiH, The trees in either fres h and what to raieetc..;sent free to all who ask 530p.\r Brnnqwiek Lv'W" -I4'laAr Chattanooga Lvi55.. .
-- mangrove grow for it. Ask I and will offer the ame for sale to the bight t
<'iriH) Hixl all skin ei options, aud positively or siflt water swamps, und even in water I to-day. and best bid When Mr. Cleveland's train reached cures pii 's. or no pay required. IIi five or MX feet deep The limbs of the D. M. FERRvy DETROIT, I in said county and state wi hin legal hour FIXING CR.\C'KER.-Dailj. except Snnday. .

Hiloxi, in Mississippi, one of the i is Kiiar nleed *o give Hrfr.-t salis'lwlill nvintrrove, are drooping like those of he ft CO., /\TT MICE of sale on First the Monday( of March A. D. !<<.I2. l4a Ly .iaf"ksonyHler .5''PI p II'f L. i1vf'rS..ring5 .b IJr.t .

loungers at the station, a typical or tnoiipv reflldel Priee J5 cents per weeping willow. In cast they do net the same being the 7tb da j of said month and a i0la 92.)1Ar Ar LIlwt'BIlItI\\1D Lv 4Or 1 3Hp Lv Ot-ala ArU_,
box. For Ar 344P
liy H. Rivera.Cleveland' } J.tIJ-t.
21TpL- WiJ.J1roorl
backwoods specimen, dressed in a reach the water i ll*LtLtaICtibU of the moisture legal sale day l'nrcha..r paying for title Prop Itl2'aAr Otarkl' Ar 33'p "I'pl.v 1,8'O'h At1O.' .
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>oiuted out by plaintiff's
erty i attorney. tn If .
misfit butternut suit, tapped on the Strength. below causes shunts to put out '..hichol''n P S CRKWS, Ar Ar Hawthorne Walolo Ar 31-p 3 20p Lv OWt'nlhoro Ar 1"112.'ia -, ,
.
far beneath thesnr'ace thus Ar24'Jp 331p Lv D..1t. Ar ll
: Fib.5. 1892. Sheriff Brad r.rd FU. City
count- 11 :3ia.: "
window of the ex-president's stateroom Congressman Uaynor. of .Maryland cXlclc is matted Ar itra Ar 2p 427pl.r Plant Oty Ar IHLvl .
a massif 1:227pAr
Si1verpri"giu
mai.gruves Lv
and beckoned hun to come out stated the relations of Mr. Cleveland to limbs luniks, shlolsnrl I roots. On IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. 4Tll JUUKU.il : 1 37p 5:0iAr: Tampa i :
Cl R('UIT Mate of Florida,Bradford County information,si-e local
nt,
on the l11at form. As Mr. Cleveland the democratic party and llhe people with these limbs aunt! shoots, deep down! under ; Wanted.A In Chancery- Hogan-treet Jickgonville.X ag. .. Ticket odlce 86V..A Bav. O.street Marnnn.ir corer Hogan rn. P.Depot iT.f,1f AJ J

Appeared the countryman straightened a great deal (:.l vigor and truth in ;his remarks the surface of the water large: bunches of few po'id LH lies und Gentlemen to, E. Strong S PENMXGTON. Traffic nSfl'r. r% "

himself tip, grasped tilt hand in the house of repicsentatives Ihe oysters': cling thus forming the" far.fumct canvass: for tile GAiaKULL LITERARY John J. Bach.Elizabeth.5-Bach and Joseph J Cone -,
ster groves of CLC11 Itt a iiiruntfVif $75 (10 inunth.A .
oj lonllur-s. per T beng made to by the affidavit of J.
of the traveler ami appear GEORGIA
distinguished day.
other .' I
ti
mesa :..Truo}. cuiiipliniant'sa;ent. that the re-- SOUTHERN & FLORIDA
wild: "Ole pard. put .her tharl! \l' The leader of the parl '. he said is now I Strengt-T and Health. H. L. BK1GHT, iJence defendants John J. Bach ana Eliz.i .

havo all seen yer picture and we stronger after his defeat in 1S8S. IhiU all 11 you IUt lot feeling stromr an
wanted to see the original. Mr. the political force-sat i: ,,'d against- him. !has left you try Eol.trio:\ BLOI weary". ,II use la grippe Elee- said overtheage John J. Bach of twenty and Eliz.one ihctli years Bach, now are upon each Train leaves 'Hampton for Macon and

Cleveland"-turning toward another An.I he went on to say Hint his is the' trin !5ittwr This reined! acts directly SPUING( TKKil mtitlon .,i I... B. Rhodes solicitor for E. Strong. all points in the North

rural 1''cimen-'tIt4 i is Diloxi's strength Gf political honesty. on lver. Btomacli and kidneys, gently complaina .t. it i ordered that the aliovenameddefendants and Northwestat

lawyer. lie be lean and lanky nidi\i, ; thosi organs to perform theirunctiods. BRADFORD CflUTY HIGH SCHOOL and lie and John each J 01 Bach them and I. hereby Elizabeth required Bach be 6.50
may An honorable defeat in an honest cause you are with sick ) to a. m. and 8 55 Southbound 'I
m.
I "fi.ted pit-ad arswer or demur to the bill filed in thN p.
but he gets thar: just the tamo. like that wLSch Mr. headteho, ,, and "
Cleveland and the you 'il tint ( permanent cause on or before Ft'bruary24th A I). 1S92 or
This introduction was received with suffeied in relief by Electric Hitfr will open the bill will be taken cs ctitife sell against them.It 8.55 m. and 6.1 4
1S88. p.
democracy is'b.-tter. hes.iid One trial cotivimice .von that this I is K forCer ordered I hat this order or a copy a. m.
cheers, and Mr. Cleveland made a than the success won by dishonest th. wi you need. Large bottles February 2Otli, 1892. thereof be published once a week for four conSectitive *

few remarks in reply.A means. The peopl.: recognize it and the only SOcat Wl H. Hivers drug store. I tiom-d in weeks the Bradford prior to Omnty said date TELEGRAPH above men a cars on tiizhit; } train .1'1'f'

-- RATES OF TUITION For informathnll'ly to of the uinleTSiRflI4 .
party will not dire: even if wished, to : weekly newspaper published in said Bradford agents company or to the ,
( hirig.I house who wish to supply 1 Roy and Girl. county' Florida A. C. KNAPP .
i ignore it.There 1I0u..1\0" ordered by me this 21st day of January JAMES! MENZIES, i 14
gl..i. litthin-r. furniture /11.11'111 kind- Have you seen "Southern Sunbeams First Grade up to Fourth Reader SI.OO .
,A. D. I" 92. .W. T. WEEKS.
of goods want our i-dveilining rates Utdo is no dmibt that the great strength that beautiful magazine for southern boys Int. Grade Intermediate L. B. !KIIOUKS. Clerk Circuit CourtComp't's Traffic Manager. Macon, Ga. (;en. Apmt, Palatka, FIL
ami. It is the handsomest up to Arithmetic So!. N. \VAISCIGHT.ISEAI : ..._..--t-: "
not want their advertising even if they of Mr. Cleveland the ; giris. : youngpcmimte'S By D. _
among people is to D<-pt. '.1k.I. - .- --_ : ___ _. -r l' ,
lire willing to pay dutihle rates as we cut, be found In the facts which Mr. ibynorfiles. j 11117.nc in America. It has Grammar Geography, etc., l.SO V\ Wees, clerk ot the circuit court in and
S t not see nuts' advantage to nur community 1:111: a wellme visitor to thousxnds of 1.-r Brnilforil county do hereby certify ti>m the !;
Third Grale school to Algebra
common course
or Plate inVncouragfne |eople to do their 1"tlr :. No pains or expense is aboteuiid foregoing isa truecopy ol the original

retail 'puirliasing iu Chicago We heUevt) I is this consideration which must control 1"lrclllo make it attractive. Each numbei Latin, etc., :..O order Witness hoW nix on llle hand In my and ofHco.seal of office this21st day TileVESTIBULE '

in supHiitiug| home DIl'rchI1l11s.-0, the action of the deniociatic party In contains u volume of I interesting read- of January. A. D. ItJtt. ?
Cla rUII ielto. its choice ing-tor young folks slmrl and cllinuec I Fourth Grade, collegiate l I'bra. Geometry W. T. WhEKS. .
making candidate.
of a For
Clerk Circuit
[ISEALI Court.
"l' admire the pluck of the! stoiies. oll-oo sports, new g.Hles. I languages. Sciences etc 3.50 By N. D WAIH RIGHT. D. C t
this will 01 .
Ciironi.-lo and hope it never surely coUI tlie clcclion.u .- in lact eveiything to in b.iys and Jan. 2, tA9:1.

have cause lo regret the may step it has hl 1\31 I e.ich girls. p.ige Tweuty-eight is handsomely pages illustrated.and cover is, i, STAKKK, FLORIDA.' PATEN'Tt Leaves St. Augustine daily at 8:10 a. m.;Jacksonville, ,;; -

1
Macon.-j ;
a.m..arrives; p.m. tlanta.loiOP.
taken. Hut suppose thai the honu No h'eulthu'perscs need t'a.ir any ;d! uiro'is "I Il' queen' of the south,*' the pet of every 1-'FX8"'VILL Caveats ant 1 radc-Markx obtameil awl all Patent 9:50 Chattanooga, :00 a.m. Cincinnati, .;
merchants I.! not ajipreci.it the 'titi4huieIt.e.<* tioin .in ol! home ciicle. and no ho}' or girl can affoid SIfSD 'OIlrn\m..wh -i i I busifi conducted 1 forMODKKATK: FEl--. ; ; 5:50 p.m. 0 ;.
1 .HLu.k ding nil over to puMUlicrg. Marlu-I
HUH OKI-ICE IS OPPOSITi U S P.E 'r
lo JriDI'if uiopi-ily treated i is iiuiel.iiiieas to be without it I Bfacturors, Patentees and > All I *' .NO EXTRA PARES.,-. ;1
)homo paper enough to give it support I (:I'FNT* tht"u. i Oftiv-e a.t eean secure ol.1t..nt" in le-s time Passenger Trains .
tt,: a sevt':e cold! tin I requiresecisely To see *t i is to want it, and to h-ive it Scmplii)i K agents and will bring' "I and at led fio-t that those it-mote Irum \Vabiiingtuii of this System,irrhe :
hi.ut :I'i the poor fellow' to tb hthen. the n.ime treatment Uem.iinquietly fur six months or 1 year is I coutinu'11cll.ymenL !I SI L yvjfjyou large midi of Ito k-, Mara : at alld frOIll'Be sure Tickets read by East Tennessee v o.l
There are letity of new> at hOlt anti lake (.'h iniberlaiu's for all the We want 'zines.Pave'-p. Letters and SHinplt-s icn.lmoJel.drawing or phof with desoripi I depart .
j pa taimly.
of goods offtnng you bargains. agencies, tic. i We advisf. it p IrntaMeorfiot. free of Union DI1IIt.Atla", and
that do \I'oujjh iJemedy us-Mreeled i for severe lit and who has not this Addrt-s l.IGENT I and Queen Crescent Lines.F. .: % -"-
]pets ill Florida hut :ettnoiigh : eveiy '} ir Peen I \ I charge I-or f..c not due till patent 1 e.> pinoipt iuidcompIet'Tecoveivis .. .
"dI.1 Bar 42, AtlE.nta.Ga.
1 chat ming : : to send us seven one RECORD \ Little Book, "HO-.V to Obtain Patents.. with
from biiMiu
the
jiatronage s.- s-uro to f.UoTui" rtltdnl..,\ couu- cent lUJig.iziue at for rittter I aug'4 6m 'I name-. oc-t'ial clientin your state, county or M. JOLLY, DistrictPuMBger Agent, Astor Block, JACKSONVILLE FLORA.-?'/;
men ill till town where they arc 'leI HI'to any teudeney ol UKIIP| to resultin st-imps still if once 1 simple copy; town.sent free. -\ddr s't. B. W. WRENN General Passenger Agent, KNOXVILLE, TENN. -J.
j lu"i.'. .\ : thou you send us one dulur we Notice of Final Discharge.Six ; C. A. SNOW J CO. .
thud 1"11 11\'I. tit .
many -
primed to keep cue send I -- - '- '
paper up
.tlls'whuht.o; iiv.tt it the epii wi IOI S.uithcrn for one i Opp. Patent Office. 'WASHISGTON, I>. C. I -
iiiuntli, and there are many }jiaperi. t i- tiiics of the task WI'I \'.ars /have vet jeai and make you 1 present of C'O'-per's months afterdate I will apply to the coun'- !
of Bradford State of Florida,
that wiiuiii! li.ive: to Mi .jietid" publica to IeIr, of 1 single! .-.usn'th it has \oi *re- Leathersiockinij Talcs five great works in I I ty for judge finnl settlement county.as a.lmtniutratorofthe Ig-,., rLORIDANEWSPAPERSFREtI Now is the time to sulflIscl.lbe

tion if ihe. iIlH'J" ltlthe Chronicle'n ,"i\oied ur ttat: lias iv"uiied I iu pneu- one large volume, free of "I cost. Address tale of Frank iuuuuers, drceft.ed. lain of said F-_..viu Kn..t ca ** oucb t lonua ilou Vs.U e.". bvlOoiau4iuntT I

mo'ii.. :' .ui-1 .i eent bottles for hale bv Souiheui Sunbeams, 363, Atlanta.Ga. I county. K. W TTRSER. ', ..(..' .ruuuia fteldm ad\ i.'C all medicine dealers'. February' 5. 1\>2 A.ltuinhlr..tor. .,\ ___.I-w.. y5.W. ___..,__Wpt

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BRfioFORDGOUREYTELEGRftPH.l Mr.SeottA.arezcamebcnne! tol I The Milk Maids. MR BOWSER GETS THE GRIP.It I tr.l\'u.I.:11. .: Washington Letter.W.ivl.iDirioo. W. II. IIIVEUSDEALER .

t% .,get well. Last Friday night I the .Milknmids' Drill ReveMon.inalIllJ[ Blcdsoe of the Austin -! Pel. 10. 1892. .

: I Double Him Up In Spite of flu. }.nor Blue LLht taV. n.acle.; met Sam Webster T11l 1N-
= aiding s(cr tary of the -
:at the Institute buildin t trc"slIry-
5- Rf'Wm. Scott was buried ; was a great sue IUOUH \Vill Tower. an Au.-tiii; dark)'. and asked how he -
'ia. Feb. >2 1892. on I Fiitr is hero but lie hu, his .
f 'cess In'u'cr ttlicular. The ladies firvwood. our| nsumc-l
surke \\9 off for
ednesday last. I I' } p young Fouror 'fire weeks ao.{ when Mr. DOver was DRUGS
.- hud received tho very best training came home one evening and found Mrs. : "I reckon." said $.un, "IVegot about five :; olll iil duties! -in :ui oficLd C'.ininnnicali"i AND MEDICINES

Local affairs. Mr.: Murphy, of Baltimore, i is in"" Shot they went through Ihe entire drill Bowser in lied and w.-w infore that it .. cords." : in the ways and n.rans. c lmmilttc hasit'ki'itwlemged .:

: 3 i_ ,_ -----:--:; --- ------ the city thiaweek.1 without a single balk. The ladies were was a CLo of rip. he blured 014: I I said">Bledsou.;'.t"s gwiiie who to wanted l.->t you to fra borrow tie winter some : that: Usex pen Ulure-t of i: Shoes:7 SatS:7 _
"Grip! And have to bed and I I
inferior flour when yon gone the I I II
government notwithstanding the I
\Vby bay you Capt. Ilnrrin and wife dressed in nppropnate costumes representing hal the doctor for a case of grip Humph! fuel. Cio-b] n r- ;'
of .
we.A -S,. :we.t Home at the same in Lawtey, milk maids o.ie-half with pink "But 1111 awfully sick!" she replied. I I "No, it won't. par:) fur de white gener- Iwii'iig{ up of approprialioi.s that should & ..

nee at Heiberger & Rich rd. were town Wednesday. aprons and cups the other half with green "KatH, Mrs. Bowser! You just imagineIt man in whose yard dat wool in: burn IHcut.-it up !I h,;\'I' been piid during that time, exceeded -"'' ,"

Iin. ot at New line of low shoes This simply goes what I have jess as if hit didn't cost him r t I Ihe inC'-rnr durii g the MX month ei ding
j. A full paints just received aprons and caps. There were sixteen t prove Texas Silting I Gents' rl.r .I..t .t"g Gc-ndl ,'.
\ften assertel-tlmt no person of any I Pefiiibvr Just. _,
[ruby, Sternburg & Co. at Truby, Sternburg & Co. young ladies in the drill Th.r house was trenjcth character hits ever had the i ;31. 1 hut report will not

"Ironclad" notes for sale at the packed. ,* It's o a namby-pamby thing which 'fl.aie's Change printed: ID republican p.ipers.lIi.i.Mnt.iiivi .
A4 Mr. L. E. Durham from ? I DRY GOODS & O1IUS.havtng ..
TZLEGRAP1Ioffice. I Tampa, After the drill was over it was announced even a child three years old ought to be -TT | : Fithian's resolution mI .
1
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spent Sunday and Monday in the -I. t .
of. l'I L_._ ill the house and
".hamcl I : 'I iji1 "tllll'l -! way means coniiiiUiic -
. : Salt-large sacks 90 centf at city. that ice cream and cake would be "You hare it before J1.t, :; C-1I L I Is I I
may you get : : f L'tr. ; to at hill jii>t ni'fircft a forge stock ,f
report an early day a
I oc9-4t Heibener & Richard's.Coffee served in the rooms below' and everybody through." 'ill'Il1f '"' ., t. : Ihe shove g"1 we are prepared to
sup.
, 5 IbM. for $1 atHeiherger Mrs. Bryan, of Lawtey, i iK stopVineat repaired f.>r refreshments and cnjiytltlwnuselves. "I I do-if I am Mlly enough t lay @ 1"'t'I M. 1 i 1'lal L.g on the free list all 8'>rtsof agri- P.your"nt: Give- us M mil and in-

& Richard's. Capt. von Kirn's for tbe winter I dow any such thing as tlmt 1 hop I, l. Ji... I'-f.r t,' } !I cultural impkuu'uts. inn highly! meritoiiI II I- l j'et our goods before buying elwrAhtre.AV.il. .

season. somebody will pound me to death .'!,;V'l. i!. <- to aill-viate lilt burden.-, of
The : '., ." n. /J:. I iticnipt n KIVERS
turned
.1 Nice mounted pictures for sale proceeds were over to the fence rail! llu\t the grip? I call a doctor II i1llitv' -'\ "; d .:."- .c ; I It ,

Hazar. Strawberries will be the Baptist church for such a nonsensical tbiu" as that : .ili" ...."i,'I'I :I : ." -. '". | r.1hs.rvillj. class. Imi bef.-re the comj ujr83 STARKE. .JXA.
c $ap at JjlorpaaV soon cry. I tjl I' .t;. f'_ 1'\01\ ; oftf' -.4m.1-.4 ', j miUee could c.blT I Ihe instructions. should: "
Not if name i is Bowser! .
Job printing of all kinds at the I A few quarts. have been brought in The Peak Sisters. Mrs.my Bowser was' in bed three o four :.1.:',r'. .::.t.j.;.,' .o...;1., :.,1".';.' ..'I.:,.'.I..1i.h'\,.::;Ii J 100 I...'...,,. ;S.-.1 I the resolution, he adopted other bills I. H. K.: LAUEKlillEN

already.Mr. mC" '" '" \ "
) The PeAk Sisters will appear in the days an! Mr. Bowser lost no opportunityto :, '
n :
, : 1'LEGRAFiIoffice._ .r"i.xt' -t would have to be reported ami p.; s!-.. It
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LAND
Institute I talk aliout her foolisbnesa in giving up l1a LJ-ii M'FA"iI SURVEYORS(
building on Friday uight. the -
.; I. The Traveler's hotel in Jacksonville Wm. N. Meacham has been such a trifling ailment. He likewise remarked H ,ucl! hardly be i racticabi-; for instance.
19th inst. This will he I t elmtCounty Surveyor.
entertainment
., is the only' first-class hotel to confined to his home with fever for ; t the doctor that he thought it I to put agricultural unpU-nu-nis on the free
\, well worthy the patronage of the citizen foolish in the fraternity t i I HusJKind-> du't I tell you. old woman.I lisi AH Lines run from U. S. Surreys Field Note*.
keep open all summer. some time. Try mfic1 : whilf the raw ru.tlciiid of their comP"IIt'1I1 -
; of Starke It will he something new and encourage the public any such ddt jo. had a nurprv for you? levelling and Dralnax System, ete.tSrCM .
Saddle homes lor ladies and gen- II Wifeaiiil :.l other-Yes but 1 woultl 't parts-lumber and inctnl-Utaxed at thin Offlc.
Mr. "You'll have it. and when ic ;
T. A. Kni<>ht openiug" hia novel and rendered by a corp< of handsome probably
"\ tl!Tneu at J.V.. Alvarez & Co.'s comes you'll change your opinion." curtly ha' reckenijul Jim. He unwieh a rer The 1 fret entrance ot raw material should STARKE FLORIDA.E. .
: stock of
in his
goods Peak .
ladies.Vherever the
.tab1 Ii. new store on young replied the doctor. fined air about Lirri. ia his mu.s .ucl: ai pitccdc that of the manufactured article

the corner. Sinter hwve given their entertainments makes 1oOc.h" IHffort'.Dl'.ui-. .
There
"I will eh! Uc't enough grip irlo
1 which it enters accordiiig to the idea
t ''t'; '; The bet Rio coffee 5 lb!. for $i they have met with crowded bouit-g and North America to poll down one my L. STEWART, M. D.
o of those whose stud uf tint
: 'f 1\ Helberger & Richard's.Have Mr. Martin, of the Sampson City have given universal i'l\li faction. Theproceeds ears! Id milly like t I lie attacked l. Jt't t..iihow Pete Was 'XaJtn. lo.g ) question

\ turpentine works, spent Sunday at bow strength will could throwit She urjiwernJ au advertliMmeat to do entitle them to iccogniiion.
tried Sweet Home flour? to swell the of the yo o
.f you the Kentucky HouseWork are treasury o. some simple work in the *wlnx line. .I Mr. John Wiiiltaker! u large pork pack Office at River Drwj 'store.II .

rl Tb ale are increasing every day. S L. I. A. A at 8 o'clock one alm. When she had taken a .wit lu the privnt IT of St. Louis told the huu..e committee

-tI The beet trade utef it. For sale byIIeilerger has been commenced at After the entertainment ice cream and Mm. w l something : In officvshe lagan: I
that he believed th l-ili
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.. & Richard. down the front door. She called the girl tw "I can do ali sort of hewing and caD on agriculture :
: the known cake t I
tearing building as will be served in the school room :
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'.)i" open it and set- whether it was 1 bag of 1M bring high iiereet""You prohibiting fictitious sales of grain general -

1' Fresh oyster at Meacham's every the old Witkovski store. below tatoes or a eornsheller. It was neither. are :in tkvp ,1h.trL'riS?" !} known as the anti-option hill. would: .I TATE I tffiim, III.M 0.

; Leave orderKtearly. It Mr. Bowser-not the Mr. "I indeed. kin! sir," sLt fl'it'd.! ,
:7.y. : was BowS r .1 am
Mr. Sidney Hanford and Miss Notice.Hev. if if bciame fInv., add ten cents abusu!
in Jacksonville who had gone away in the morning stepping turning buck her IJlack'r.l, and ho:;bn.q;
Ii The only *2 a day hotel Minnie \all, from Green Cc' John B. Culpepper. the Georgia high and carrying his chin In the air, just a fliclcer, "tuirl if you jiid ui, I .shall In the price of wheat.: PIIYSIUAN AND SURGEON.OC3ce .
!I
.:',:1 ie The Travelers. Springs, spent Sunday; in Starke. evangelist, hat now commenced servicesin but the Mr. Bowser who hl come home I always remember you in say psarera. The houfe committee on irrigation hs

IEaulinf all kir.ds without delay. Starku. uHiig his large t' ut for ilia: baking and shireringand humped over ""\'lil. utato yottr i-a.-.-." said the loan. decided favorxbiy on the proposition to at C..klu UruK Slere,
( Mr. D. B. Knight one of he didn't to four feet high. looking far out the window.
J. \V. Alvarez & Co.'s our appear b
Call at and nnti
purpose The meeting to be union cede the arid lands to the several mates STARKE FLORIDA
prominent citizens from Providence case of the grip. "It in a himplt tale sir she continued.
liVery stables.Fsrmerswhtii. I I the anil fficiul members of lh<* I WIt I be them reclaimed but the details mylStf
t was in the city on Saturday last. we pastor "Heaven Mr. Bowser! but what doe edging nearer. "Yoa see. I IlI.m thi mother to by

yon come to town Methodist church cordially extend anotficia1 this mwinr" demanded Mrs. Bowser as he of half u do.i; -ti children arid iu cooi-se 1\f the transfer have not been f.dly de

feed your horde at'J. \V. Alvarez & Golden Wax, German Black Wax invitation to the pastors and members staggered i into the hal I they cannot lie alo\vt! to sttrv"No -." termined.The Frazee & Hall
"I'm-I'ol mm!" he gasped ashe of ivxj istn.it.." said iu. n 'Cl. sghlug -
Cn.'.feed stable. Mohawk and Valentine bt-atm at of the other denominations to co- 1 house committee (.n banking and and
pulcl off his("e.cot and belpwl him nrjl looking tlruaiiiily. ; hi* Uift lxxx Att'ys Counsellors at Law,

Wagons wheelbarrows at Tmby, Stet riburg & Co. opeiiite; with UK in this meeting. Let us *u thl lounlt in the back parlor. toe. currency has favorably reported a bill intended

Morgan's Bazar. all work together for the advancement I "Hare you got 1 chill?" "; m. the children help me ml they to prevent repetitions; of the national ROOM NO.1. JOSEf BLOCK.

:, Mr. \V. Wallace, of St. Joseph, Ood's kingdom iu out midst and present "Y -yen! Get forty bedquilta t cover can," vddei tin woman looking a hade bank scandals which have become STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .

A new ftoek of coffins and caskets i\ idl., was in the city this) week and I me up!" brig h.t r. "You see. there is N<-Ii.! '. the Downey Bulld'g. cor Third and
solid! [r.'nt lo the foe MI common. It prohibits national banks
I "And doe back ache oldt-t she is l b in commb-
picking -ans a
made call this your Center Itrs.. Fernandina
N. J. .Tones a pleasant at office. Fla.
at FUKD. PIXTIX. "Does it* Great Scott, but I don't believe sion house; Tom. the second son. b a telegraph -. making loans :o officers or employes except jylT _

N. J. Jones h ha* a full stock or'I "J orlllnh>," sain mamma, "hl .',11'l Pastr t E. U. S. I can lire hal au hour"longer! It's 1 eon- mes'eur; Ike blacks boos Si i by authority of a majority vote of ARCTICCArfDY
ch I picks lire wood alout the doclc. Julia it
had) too much ?" "No gestive i suppose. up -he board of directors and directs thaI
funeral supplies, coffins and casketsat : you pudding John U Culpepper. 'ht's simply the grip,.Mr. Bowser. That's a .
all prices. [ mar, I ain't got no bad pains yet." The Hi-v. John B Cnlpepper. of MaCnil.Ga. exactly tin way everybody ia taken. evening papers." ;all such loans shall be reported to the STORE

Hadn't you better exercise a little willpower "" 'cll." s.iH the man slowly "it seems comptroller of currency. ,
Miss Scotia Bunker of Gaines ., is in the city holding a series of revivai -
I determined to close out my ?" to nc thut Ill.t'"l.tIJ them! all 31:11 could Senor Monti the Chilian minister.
was
lock of groceries. ville, is'i"it ill! friends in town meetings in the tent erected on \Vnl- Mr. Bowser looked at her reproachfullyand ruazi age." C. R. ENSEY,
the floor while
of the house
J. W. Hodges. She is the guest of Miss Atlanta nut hi reel. Mr. tulp'lper'l fame as trevivalist Ihh'trNlnnll xfaook. 'It'ouM seem ;o." s-.id the widow beginniutc on Saturday CORXER RAILROAD AND MAIN STRKET.

Blitch. is great Itlil i tp ( ledlhILt "Curious how it took hold of 1 man of to soil. the eulogistic addresses on the late representative ST\RKE.FLA.

My friends and customers will much will out i of his meetings your strength of character." she continuedas "Well. whi i the trouble?" Lee were being delivered and
gl/.r grow she got his shoes off. "'.'11, It i is tui': My husband's brother
f nd me still Pellincr goods on the Mr. J. M. Cutter of the Mallory members who talked with him believe
in town. I Il will) lie here for I week .r- Mr. Bowser's chin began to quiver In a I Pete living with us. He is an lil'tOHe Vegetables, Candies, Fruits and

: north side of Mtin street. I will line, was in the city Wednesday, I I' tl'l days I He is tot dl.ll1minatiuIILI. and I suspicious!manner and she said no more on Is out of a job. He ja.st sits by t.ltottlJve more strongly than ever that Mr. hIarrsons Summer Drink

close out my stock of groceries and )looking after the interest-! hiM all denominations; nre .Vilt'llln take p.ntin the subject. He had been put to l bed and all day lie h waiting to get A star part ultimatum: was entirely unnecessary

1 and furniture. J. W. Hodges. : COIn 1maiiy. i was groaning and shivering when the doctor from some of the .lay i BroLdwlnlll.u.l.. ert1. and uncalled for by the status of tbe negotiations COCO COLA Nerve Tunic. and CHAXPAIGNE
i I Ihe MIST.
medil1s. came in. The other day a fri nl offered him a snap
---- -'--' the time it wassent. Seuor
L \Ve rem.irked the doctor he rubbed I bourd but he rcru..1. He Montt speaks very guardedly on the subject
KS inlinautly jest
that he wants them every ontO inst., to Mr. and Mrs.l I. C V ebb, a Sl.irke f. octgLlJRlJtfSTORE.8m
1, :ne few cities ot the siziof his hanrln in cheerful sit a-l sits and I h.ire in aid how
together I way. ;' we to chip I but. it is easy to sec he feels
around and what he ha, daughter. Mother and rhild both
to come see ) I hut ca- boast 1 of as fine :a police force a* "Hare you tried to throw it oil strength feed him. II,' says !oiiie day he is bound it.

to nay about selling oroods. He iq in doing well.Mis There arc not manym of will?" to make a hit. Do >on thick he will, kind .about '
ours. very
I. the jewelry store in the old Witkov- II "I-I I suspect it'a pneumonia" replied air i" It is expected that the Louse will this
: Etta Knight, of Providence. foice to be sure but under the supcrvisi-m week of the several resolutions .
ski building Mr. Bowser. "Krunkly! madam, I !o not. dispose !

daughter of Hon. I). B. Knight, is of )tIarli'il.I Dean they :r quiet and Itrl.rIy "Well. 1 d ii't. It's grip-just grip." "Then yo'i think I had better cot let him now before the committee on rules. proposing -\_ _

: Get your seed and talile polatoe visiting o'ithili's Florence Knight and keep eveiylhing 1.ls.o The force "And I'mick enough to die!" Bit any longer?" investigations of the world's fair. ; -

at wholesale prices, Etrly: Rose :1..1 J in this city. bus lately ceo supplied ,'ill new suits "Phnmal! you have got a mid at "No. madam." -( _
\ One of them will probably toe reportedand
tack-lholt as the babies hare it. you "Well! she? It- itl. tying a hard knot in &
z' of N. B. Hull which make nice
ether prices. Enquire and budges, a very _
:Ir. Pl>aIIf KutJawa i is had it astd! as your wife did I should feel her hat ribbons, "that stirs me up. Much adopted

4 at the post offi( t. j jlStf visiting I the, family of ,(01 Ky.:J., It. I show and make things look mure city very anxious. Just keep quiet" and take obliged to you for your advice. Hero he's The republicans are worrying a good 4tt
\ like. this medicine every two hours. been a-sittm all winter but I'll just rush
doping) out.fmytork of haIR very Martin and experts to locate "How* many weeks will I b in the right home now ate.! tell him we are on to I I deal) I because of the great authority given

cheap. $ T. R. Sweat.j& permAnently.Quite Ilt'-1 Taken UpA house?" his little game. God bless! you, kind sir. the committee on ruks by the new house

brown' Texif pony bmndfd R" wa* "WlokMhy, you can go out tomorrow for your interest in a poor widow."-New rules but the democrats who voted for

; Mr. Moittjlou the ri!ht of the : a characteristic picture of I i up at ),r. R. Puddy's. on" Kingskxlake if you feel like it. Better get up after York Recorder. I the rules'arc not complaining.The .
1 for Bradford Co. Florida taken Mr l I Henderson lakI supper and walk! around. It's wonder to
wax I
plow by -
: new patent this wetk. Tit' owner can have ih<- house committee on teiritorie has J. L. GAS KINS
\t"lllesdaya'jolly l l crowdin me that such a slight attack brought you How It Orlgln! lel. ,
I Even to whisper of the possibility on fame I.)'. Calling and paying the exp.iiMpf home." Phrases and slang terms are frequentlyborn practically decided to report bills fur the DEALER IN

of war is expensive. This; tjoxvrn- an ox-rait. keeping I the pony and cot of the Ld ver- But Mr. Bowser's backache grew worse of interesting episodes as witness the mission( of Arizona and New Mexico as & Medicines
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and wbt'l the chi finally went off he was following Peter the Great, while off driv
nu'nt'l'1i1J fur telegraph; me< :igebetween Mrs. )l. L. Johns has: anew halltlolllllt' lis.I\el : starts C.
,. his of time
out of most the with the in Starke
---- 1.1t1 ing the neighborhood of Moscow Flat
on one ,
; Washington and Chili is in carriage. It i* ;. family affair l Mentioned lor Governor.Jn fever. During Bowser's sickest nightbe
| fl occasion was seized with the pangs of Physicians'
THE SWEET BY AND BY. Prescriptions
the of $. (() ()(uo. accommodate had bed to and snore and .
neighborhood Miiliricntly large to ( j-evi-inl I oCl'aill" 'lie Times ha- gone t sleep hunger. "What have we in the hamper? I
I undisturbed her She had Uanfu y Compovntftf at n hour* day nnw.'it
--- reM by moans.
all '. he asked of his aid. "There Is but
at titiio.I
one
Dr. J L O.i kins. .1.1Si 1 one In the happy tlmen-oomlnKthcre'H N nnthli tit
the l I ; inline (it !
I will sell )laces for next 30 'alllll to sit up with him of course. He wanted candle left jour majesty" replied the provoke,

days. at 50 cents on dollars. I lit' kis-ed his wife the oilier' day, -ike.. meHio-ud in I connectioniih Unrtici I: vichy water, lemonade, ice water, gin aid, "hut I think: I can exchange it for a tt''t'rrIA"h. then ahull WPOT a light and <-\tj I A Gold 1*attli aid $2<.--

T. R. S"'eat. I lii-h oivaMoiH his profanity) ; For I. : of "ovcrn.>r. ai.d (rol I the expn ger ale, pickles tea, toast. and a dozen fowl at tlie: ii<:xt farmhouse, if you wi h." o'f.: n Thnt i i" .!lIiI cv. lufi-nt r'.iv sun
: I other things and beseemed take solid The.w"rp"of quite dlslrtwwlrnr thing' Thais :: ry
pa
'I I convincud I iha.. t "Do BO, replied the czar, "for I am famished ,
site called three doctors ,.itItlS i I tile is HI-IK ii rluhon tk
\\-tr' .f right a.oav hl'lll. lies .li up our $1 p' -r \\ pl-ui.
comfort in :: fifty yWIM
a
Mr. J. L. UroAiilee brought the keeping up groaning K dole and do not care for a light luncheon. -
I lo j investigale' his stnit I),. I the iloetor wiil have I lau ge lolloping i i.I i. ful that it 'finally stopped the clock. ." The aid laughed and he hu. '. ii lat) hiUitfal aftorwhila hto buni-li.- Our 14-I."r'.IIITcI till<-il ii i'' nnWiirridlfil -
of the as
strawberries
first season lo f-.r fr 2(1 Filu- F.Iirin Wit 11-
\rirs.
The doctoidistinguish away.Thurc"t or
coiuenlion. The doctor turned in the
I I lie democratic n morning, to the
surmised managed but the
He sold them exchange; be c> broken cables thru our wiUwt lit liiiin muriiifiil. Stin \\i..1 l and IIc'l.
Tuesday. I.t
town on toil for thosev love
us on d himself JIB speaker of tin find Mr. Bov.-ser's pulse jumping his bird was found to be unusually tough. "I > ip-it. LailrV)

for ready money' and could have To l fret an< despair is a crime; It leg l.uure. lieliu: : i twice to that iniporiaiil tougne covered with fur and his throatalmost do not think Vosky," said the emperor And ".ua tvuy our nickel ww hnll lwavKor -> wtlrh or KftnlXi-izf.<, 8e-ure nrtntAiere Equ.-il toaiirf we IUT;UT

. Hold many more if he had had them. will lessens our load: to look thOVe- ct.ct"li raw, but he expressed his great sur later-"1 ilu not think the game was worth ;Prr A..:7: IJ
office and during hi* Hilminisira-, limit. wi one nf hue Huniin- Case
; prise that he had not the oflice.He Joj',1011.an lOath to eaton
gone t Ihe TndlIbrp'r' Iazar.Tb arms
1 Mr. and ;Mrs.V.. Kllery Davis returned \\ e live but a. day at a time. ti.1 he gained widely In popularity due encouraged him t get up and go down I Clt,f'&rru.C'rl" U'atcLes for liar c'lllb ;jirici2H niul xend
(?. O. I>. l
---- cUar rtxlra, Mr. ituck n.'ii "i.'1' f"r UH unsljfruilert! la tb. tweet by. l.y i-xpn-sA with privilege nf rximination -
) to their home in this city on Sampson City i in fast beaming a i to bii impartial conduct of the offlcr :u right aD up bed. bt Bowl it.illous VtIenity.Guorvifle Mr\ try, !>',yillit for unne.

Tuesday from their wedding tour. city in RIEC an well AH name. A new : well as to tub ability and agreeable prasence. "1)o t'th don't think you realize how the French embawwidor, walt- TU Wlow with th* cigarette.ah. b* will DOt Our 1It'nt ut Hll Spring. .s! .' CJ. MJS:

Mrs. Davis is welcomed by our citizens store and l three new dwellings are He never shirks !duly, ill) mallet erious this case is," he groaned. sd OB the Duchess Sophia of Brunswickfor I. h"r ,. "Your 1IJ'ht" latpt siplil. The nn-
the of wce'rtaIntng If her i"11II. who the laSt Mill
who will make her new home added to its list of imprJ\'t menttl. hew ''Ii pIcasso or how onerous that dUI> "1 am Hare I do. It'. a very mild case of :daughu-.r purpose aged twelve, would make a suitable tVrt lu the oilier n-7 pLace roe know. wm anybody lit. i-xnmlffil got Mild prior wntch n jr-weltr'ii that
that called the tr>
pleasant for her. "I hear Barlow has may; be. and if the imtutle of Firming grip. namby-pamby I have live children epidemic in this neighbor match for the cilia phin. For i-.ri hcr'n food of Bmniiintf 'twill bo better Cvnti-lu-s IP Linctisier. llml were .10 better
: got a pension. should fall (,pun his shoulders the people "How exceedingly beautiful! he exclaimed fir thnt be I I ilrrn yours lint thepricvWHS $4:."
hood who have it than but all
Another fresh lot of the onl\ "What: for?" "He lost five finger ; tits worse you ; "she i Ii' worthy of the highest 8)iflJl) i.Urre be may imok and HrnokwUrou Otu.gissi tellable its nt wanted for
satisfied a-.iy the place biO are and playing with their doll.ery
'guaranteed: hams in Starke at lot at. GettisIiitg-hve fingers of whiskey. -! we are wil curious up that of stamina nhould rank and position. May I a.k. in wh.it religion ( ;U nil eternity. "Hcll phi l.. \\ rite f..r pariniiliirs.EMPIUE .
doubt in ihi a man
is
like There no your The who the crowded Ktreot k >
a man IIn H *
glove. the princess has lxx n educated p
pound. T. R. Sweat. Got shot right in tlwtli.sk. give Keep on with the medicine however \Vvrcn Ct) .
per square up. luroinx to the loft
mind of Ihe Times that the CluVUlilnI "In none to replied the duchess 43 .
up now ; imil 50 .Wuu! t.iiiw. New' York.
----- -- and I'll nejid a gargle. 'I ll {,:"1.-- u" to say of hl..w t fnre we'll 5. .
Mrs. E. Strong, Miss Mary a-d ---- I I I could go 1 great deal futther and do 1 For four days Mr. Hawser gargled and "as soon RK we get to know what prince ubv l.rt-ft: oe123.ly .

Miss Armstrong have returned, ;i from ML C. H. E-sic, ot Atlanta, Gi.: .I great deal worse. Ap.d.icnieola: i i nes dos l and doped and groaned. Mrs. Bow is going in to his m.trry. we "will Lubbener have her Kreiblatt. iaBtnicted An religion. & ,
r "ITdME
.. their extended tour of t the tite.: is visiting I with Mrs. Strong I and New Kiver. ser had to attend him as if he were a baby. (u-rrr ur oJf'They ran como near a* la tb. sweet by FOR SALE.
He had little this In-
They were much pleased to yet backto family.Ir.. Es ic was a personalIriend very to say during awl by.
There is some buggy riding going ..nI! terval. lie seamed to flatten all out and A Co c In Point.Shu Tie! following! rif-'orrilwt property )locattrd -
Starkt- and expressed themselves I and( school-mate of Orrin New River every Mimlav evening and 11 lose his conceit. Once he even went so farM And *hr wt>u wears a mammoth bat wUlU aaLie' .. within ,
-I believe that a people are both outwardly 'h cr>rjH. uie limits flf the
in lo\e with Stron of the folk meat. observe that if his life he ( theater.
as being more our pretty jr.Mr. looks like some yourg to was spared and
Influenced
Girls know I. would be humble in future. On inwardly by their Ob thou when w'th ghoulish gle we'll hvthn U'Wn of Stnrkf. i i'4 offered for s>i'e' :
man
little city than ever before. business you I J up year. a natural surrounding*-that I lofluenccM
R. A. Reiiiitui JUI.Ifrs. C. scenery IHo\1..d. oo her: Two A of Idinil
-' don't w".ie any I\nc the fifth d*,. however after getting out to Tf *
,1 physiognomy Highlanders, you For wll.! t.no nhv tortured will the pearly
Tbe balloon -ettMon last: S:.' tll' U'illstetter, of Newark, N. J., are Prim G P. Young of Hntiiptun.. WH- the gab and b ?k, his meekness seemed to know have ruggwl faces. istL a ptss through. well fenced, upon which i.t it irood. well

day was a grand alfair. Althoughthe stopping with Mr. and Mrs Von. iu this neiglibortiood a few day of la't l lwe be started disappearing for tbt office and he CKI said the: sixth, an he Ho-Yw and that Chi igo girl behindme Pu IV-:pp. v \'-\\t an awful frown will nay tn heriMi.w p"inlt'clIIO! pn'rn-d? .Iwn..l.ry dwelling) ;

day wan winllanll the ascetihion Kirn. Thearc brother and sisterof ; .-k. who liven on Prairie avenue is plainlooklng.Llfe's m rxcvllciii wrllnf vtnU-r lirirked from
,
"I 1 propose to visit two or three different The burun viio tell ON itorlea we bare beard a
a dangerous 'undert: king yet it 1\lr Von Kirn. Mist Jo( IkMiiknight. 1 fair daughter ofSmth doctors today and find out what caused nay Calendar. hiaad-t 1m. Ihl" clay; >to..d H'ahlif and i utliiiildings.
Carolina: is visiting her 'llcr. .Mrs. AlI> ii; hnre! I. rnt/y poet with their noft.
tlllcct..fllllrnul') The KiHoon 8
was : cknei'lK. .\ Faxtldlonn Epicure. The following ia it list of the Trees grow
Gen. Alger i is in Florida examining of ihix place.Mr. it of iuHipi-l rl yuonAr -
lul\uIl "Why. was grip. course. replied
went quite a distance: probably) Henri ?'onn< when dining at restaurant "t ; the -
up lumber : i Eddie. I olivi-r I Ihe handsome andpopular Mrs Bowser. 'r. a Kl..i.11.11 tbv flubortnen who lie&lull. img upon p'ai'p90 : .
300 feet, when the aeronaut cut loose a big mill. Fortunately: our merchant. noticed a long Lair trailing on the I and lit:- Plum Trees 13 varieties. 2d
i it cannot turn out enough scantling t I i ) hr'llhcllf young "Not much! There was a combinationthere .omelette which had l been set before him. *aey'll r.ewr more dl tarb WIlD the sweet by year
and (t.IIIH the groundthe parachutecarrying has charge of the store. and I know it, and it was a mighty Calling the waiter he gracefully handed arm by. bearing; Cli"stluts 5.2 varieties Apples
ill a decade to build an Alger political
him safely do.vn. No damage There i ia! a certain l boy in our Sunday serious one too. Nothing on earth but my him the dish saying: 6 trees ((3 Smudard) 3 on Pear rinds;
The l
fence in the south. br.\t'b > was sustained, except} a few school who'UI't say his lesson to anyone determination not to give way to it pulled "Mon awl I prefer my omelettes bald:" ttr-uot. 40 Oniujjc Trrei 4 ""ti'lie! :77 Pear,

scratches from falling a wire but the mime teacher. through. Plenty of men in my situa- Soleil du Dimanche.Dnobt.. 1 1I Ths'c l' nu!".:<'! will nowhere In that city b, 4 varieties
upon Mr. Stewart and of Min Apricot 7 Persimmon
family, Some of the ladies: here are juztreceiving tion would have turned up their toes, and I d;....r:i.d. : ;

f l'lIce. ner otaure, slopping} at the Commercial t heir y.unl Christmas presents. pll'ntyof others would have been in bed Bat tUib will ploax UII more than all tlte janpnr. 17. choicest varieties; Pen,-li 8O. Urge

4 ltc* \Viu. S'olt Dead. Hotel for the winter. They are ElHe of Hampton for month Grip! Humphl Mrs. Bowser, Rosalie-Mr. Trotter proposed to me last gold! and pt-arl- selected varieties; Quince 2. Cliinmr.AH .
t Drydeii. iol
I I 11 1 you don't know me yet. When I knock We'U tu> moro have to battle with the awful
Hev. \Viu Scott. who has lit-en) lying very much pleased with Starke and vi>J fril'odl and rcUtivt-s litre. under to grip I'll have the decency to go night. serwatt .id. the above tiee are in lienring. mod

1.j '. sick ut 1 is home in uoM ntHrke for so miy become permanei't settlers. I The t.'nhrlaiul.clt at 1 J. Sapp's laslThursilaj' and drown myself! Grip and brain fever Her Mother-Well. what did you tell The ice DatiLad the coal man-It will fill ourLtiiriw ',of them in their cond, year.
hhn?
with mirth
long a tune died. un Tucs>:ny rveninj; the To the Ladies of Starke: evening WiS enjo&UNPHJSI-, Clt l tiy all are too widely different things, and I want Rosalie was so rattled I don't know To know (liii t while they may connive In own This place must be 'wen tol loe app ei-
and that fool: of a doctor to know it
9th IiiKt and the fut.er.d sl'rvc'eV11S, cmi- We would call attention pn./cut you what I said, but I think I accepted him.Kpoch. .- the eilira t i earth aeeJ. For /uriher ill fllrmHti". apply In
especial I too-M.! Quad in Sew York World. Cannot pos t-fs. wben later oo their time thaltromt
.
ducted at his )laic home on VVcdnesdiiy' by to our ''ine of fine sho s. Every pan- The Galveston News in commenting on bi die DR. A. I.. SCOTT; ,

Rev Fn-d Pixiou.; Then- were ;1 !larpc warranted to give satisfaction.Truby the money)' st stringency the subtreasurybill She Knew. Una -coantab>e. The iniT-,'. I tiny portion of tbe Bwwt band

number of his friends uss milled to pay Sternburg & Co. uid fieeciiiii'ige say.sVe want some 1r4L'u. stile Posem--I hat been pausing Husband must tell yon of a funny by. .StarfciFa.. _._ (
kind of I but will In our Nick -
their last tribute to their hroliier.Wm money stay r. ror yon, ze- 9 thing that happened today Do you The ninn what\ Hay*. "I told yon MO."and fortunately. -
departed in els.; I I I the tUI.t Stales will coin dollar.- Mr. Kawl-Pausing? Posing you meau. remember that this morning you sewed ;x,, U.D. MINER
The station
Scott was born ill Glasgow. Scotland agent at Brooklyn, i in t they will satisfy: tin **
i I glue p n1 Pause is to wait. button on my troti fers? The aasi'iu-r chump who asks na, |M It hot

in lR13'lit' came to America about this county, E. A. Hellyer, inform4 I! popular di-nuiid. remarks the -.hiiatii.* Ma'DI' lIe Posem-Zat is eet: zat I Wife-Why. certainly. What of it? fnr.jj't! fur you?
that the first crate of stta\v berries "a.l'iie. Husband i i" still there. Will :>ta IM liurrwl l: and better yet t1 t'.h
20 years ago and to 8
:)' ago. He Ix-canu a me her of the MtthOdist -I was shipped from th.rethp 11th I largest "tin nvinufaclured at the now I pause DO longaire!-New York Su' Life. \"ho0 h6tltol every Comradea,'* "Annl* Rooiujy." Watchmaker and

I inst. o.J.. S. "Jobnny.Get Your Gunr*
i They were grown E-M-H has aweigiit At the Time. ,\
church at this place in IB,71t.I'dis! Iviupp gun WI irki. Germ.iny. Proper ,
S And oil U
I The Only Way to Account for It. pleasant Just to. think no woman
1 tirintr.The. d t 2(1.000( pounds: and is ot IiI Hare! anything to
licensed to pn-nch th same ,\ear. .\.t Ihe 1 Have met Miss Wiltshire Judge- you say, why there shall come
I i tin* si qiitt ilv of .teI. The calibre; i of this! Bjenkin- you sentence of death should not be parsed Who while"n earth In public ever toyed with
annual conference: iu B tIl.lw..u 18. 9 I site of tin- Cliili.in I li.ches Bjohnson-Yes I met her at a ball earlyIn -
tfovernmenl i monsit-r engine of death; !i" I9i .1111 upon you? chewing gum. '

be was admitted in r MI leu-nee traveling' I building at the world's fair j the hLI'II is 44 feel long.. I he gic.ne.-i I the season. What a lovely girl she isl! Prisoner (haaghtily>-If I have anything On. the place will be delightful and It'* worth Jewe'er.Staie
Do think It
Bjenkins- so Say
connection and sent to lldirpton cil cuit. was approved while war rumors I idiaiuelcr of Ih'ugun IH 6, feet, and ito you to say. I'll say it in my autobiography.I .- our while to try .
I I alioui 13 miies Guns of thin Pile must have been a masquerade ball where To get a lead pipe cinch upon the sweet by .
The next year be was sent to Lady' Lake were at fever heat, and the fiery lit- range is each slmt: you two met.-Somerville JournalA I{Life. and
I can be fired t twice per minute, by.chk
circuit. At the IUlIIUconfcrt'nce: at I tle republic will hold a gO(1(1huw costing $l.5th( ) The projectile i is 4 feel Tribune. Fla.
) The Kn lish language is now used by .
Rhode Island man made-a nut profitof ;
Monticello in 1891 be was ordained deacon there next year. !long. weighs 700 pounds and is lirc-l by .
700 2.700 in six months by raising nearly twice as many jieople as auy of Vines Be Wanted.
pound
( of
by BUhop Diiucan. Having lost his a churiie; powder weighing
Voice he was placed in the Any boy or girl can easily make: This gun wil .-carry; up" for 9 miles and skunks for market. He sells the felts of the others. and the relative growth ti Customer-(Jive me a porous planter.

'. supernumeiaryti'Ution. from t'2 to *5 per day working for penetrate ildlllf: solid steel armor. the odorous animals at good tign rea. and almost sure to rontinneTli Clerk-Here it i4.
He has ever since lieen on a I manufactures skunk oil. which be (dut --- -- Customer No. sir you don't come that Largest Esscrtment of
their homes. )
decline, I jut at own Absolutely I Largest Bible. I that isn't full of holtims.I .
nnd at the January conference, KeparaTion.Jones of to the druggists for a rbotmatic on me. want one

held' at Tampa he was placed on the superannuated I no capital required.! Address for -I HHJ, colonel your dog hit my I poses cure. i A (lerman hotly living in Manchester. never buy dunaed; goods, even nt a reduction Watches Clocks and

I particulars, The American Southern child, and you've got to make reparHtiou.Colonel England. poAs5 relation which riililkd him
I Home, Anniston Ala. 1 Brwn-Al right Jones, I'l I be the largest Bible in one volume in
to the cure of the conference. make Ruit\hlE reparation. You (sadly) may An Effective Warning.In the world. it is an heirloom. 200 yean Not a Hint. of Course. Jewelry,

A great many friends followed his remains i I Have your laundry done at the have the dog.-Yankee Blade. China when a bank fails all the clerks old. with page two feet long and but Mr. De IVynter- Why. it'" almost I It by .b

to Crosby cemrterr. lie leaves a New York Steam Laundry. First- I and manager have their heads chopped) little Jess iu width and at the head oliacb that clock on 'he mantel. I had nl) idt-M it .
tievoted wife n son and father aud i.iollirt The '( en'. off and thrown in a heap along with theboots Waft HO l latt' Are you nure that clock III
S class work. Ship Tuesdays; onU. I ad Col. is a line in red. ink whid Special altfiitio'i x\\h"'r. t.. tP.?; r"-
mC'urn.his lut s. that I bachelor of the firm. For the last 500) yearsnot page going
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For particular" see J. S. Brown, from can choice.assure" you a single Chinese bank has suspended translated rcadi. "This is' .a history.- Miss Itsebud-Yes,the clock L.-Nllnvr '1irlI; hf Cl 1. .jvjt andVatci! .

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: ,:: : LAND 0 FLOWERS. should be obliged to travel to Jacksonrville CANNINGINDUSTItY.THE : portion of the daily rations. It i i3 MEN OF THE HOUR be worked out affecting the of elections rights of, f A good friend \ISE ii

...-, > so far out of its way, is a mystery. cheap, ready>' for use and in all re* citizens nUl the honesty of the makes a bad enemy. ,1
i desirable. Without it there of time JJg
sheets but which the slow processes 8trm-hp .-fUCJf. t
LATEST NEWS FROM OUR STATE SOUTH OPENS A BROAD FIELD are portions of our country that woulc But patriotism i is Little I S: R ,
: Cocoa wants a big hotel. Her needs alone perfect. D carry O i theiranns. .j
be forced to subsist salt fan
EXCHANGES, CONDENSED. in this direction extensive. Every FOR INVESTMENT. on let -- in the South again, Duh t
bread. To tho camp, the mine and growing strong .JSffi"1' roll*on to t
night finds wanderer four
some seeking a once more permeates i
the mariner it is indispensable. to the flag
1 Items Interest from all Parts of place of and each time is told now and loyalty Men :
rpos disunite
Ford S. M. SIXPALL and differ
"seek further, Little Required-Our Business all ranks. as a P1n'
they give
perhaps fan Capital Bus
Presented in Readable BALTIMORE Jan. 29,1892. women are for '
Shape,
i t If hotel disfranchisement provided Won-wth nua.
: a
you room. a large enoughto Men Should Awake to the Importance The military A
.- Suit the Beady Eeadcr-Matters of accommodate two or three hundred section 1218 of the Revised roan never knows how .TF
I this Cannot a Cannery CHILI HEARS THE NEWS. by until he lg
guests was to he located here no doubtit of Industry Why which now word I tries to
Little and Important Interest to You .Statutes is the only form .-Atchison 1- .
would
he filled most of the winter. be .Established Here? Ou Globe.
A large 100-rooni hotel for Orlando The natural attractions of Cocoa areas The Reply of This Country Received remains as a continuing punishment The wisest of all

r''. l is said t be an assured. fact.Postoillcc great and advantageous as those of Oabbages, Cucumbers, Tomatoes and Quietly for participation in rebellion. The The man who.dull mortals and slow Is v

li" Inspector Fuller has been Rock themselves Ledge if her and citizens show them would forth.bestir Fruits Should Not be Allowed t Go to LUNIJUX, Feb. 2.-The Times publishes time !eelS to have come for its repeal and, Doth On what silent ho keep doesn't the tonzua know.tht's h

investigations in the South interest of the nation
making Waste. from Santiago de both in the
dispatch
We are willing to do our share in the a When: man '
;i :llorldalosto1.l'c $. way of advertising her attractions and fever broke saying that a dispatch from as a further incentive l( active pa be famous: ree tht' he can not
In 184!) when the gold Chi
that ho
t of the sme
Iltlt i the little in this direction. We hop
Grdon : giving Senor Moutt, the Chilian minister to settle down and
demand .
in triotsm. wi
has out canned food came great
; Phosphate Company, : returned can at least up when we are expecting ; b
to Orlando from the mines. (' Il'S", and now the company on account of itsadaptness for the United States, was read in the No one can read the numerous.short I-you have nothing elseto b thank-

: 4 He Hl1mo< ) tons) of rock in Iiondon season is here and guests are arriving transportation, convicnt form, and Senate and Chamber of Depute confirming interviews about the lresiclent'. 1eS- for b thankful that you 'ca't always

4r by KIMM! figure. not for the unofficial reports the without noticing that Southern best friend's
o Wirt\ very every day, we are ready preparation. The next few yearswitnessed tha sage, your thoughts.
At (Jlen Mel Wednesday them and will just ask them to "* v- easy crisis between and the an exception One
King's near n we, and Chi Unict .- ml'1, with .scarcely of the objections t the
the residence of Mrs. a very) rapid increase States was The message : -; ; _- selma
( US1.4SuiIervilk u.s. I
: E 11 -'.' : and with hardly a single man is that he has put
the trade a President Harrison to the American ,
King was.totally destroyed I; 1I'c' "II'Wl.tl Ilalh.t\dop- the Presidentfull himself together as to work noise _
TilC. read in the lobbies but notable exceptioir, gave s
The Io"is S1XflJ( with no J"U.t.c: ment. The range of the beganto Congress was LEWIS A. KIMBERLEY.The lesdly.C .
Quite number of our public schools 1al.k neither the American message nor the And yet,as the law now
I). II. Proctor, president of the (aIit- close their: term this month. If the widen and to include (ris, vegetables official dispatch of Minister Montt increasing probability of war support. of could be appointed ra-Did you ever go to a fortune .
stands one
den county Alliance, organized.a sul)i- teacher or some one ilt'rt'stl'c( will oysters! and Hl.at.; the standardof caused much comment. with Chili draws attention to the naval no them under teller's? Merritt-Yes, my dear. I

aUUe King's liay Monday), with give us :short write up tl'ir closing quality also improved. Maryland The Spectator in the ('OUnB of along officers under whose command on to any fighting place went to Bradstreet's to find out
1. }ullts" president, and Albert) will be to review of the American-Chilian Santiago the no how general the abut
'. will hold exercises we pleased soon came to the front as the leader operations against Valparaiso ) and fag, mater your father's fortune.-Epoch.
Hopper, ) They that the tendency here be for the
t''Il.HI' publish them. questonys will be conducted.'rIl death of demand of the nation might : TUB POET.
their Union hall.Contractor and ( of this industry,
'C'nh'l' growing United States for
J l'tn 1 \Married on the 2Mb inst, at the residence press- Admirl Porter left the rank of admiral services of her sou no sings the sunrise hues of red.
York and New Jersey
New
: Mcrillin! will at oiict with ingChili i overmuch. America, it adds, vacant and there now nine
)ail are The joys of early dawn.
of Mrs.J.. W. Sanford theloriob's i is not
r ('D1'Ul'C work on the building at ,( following. Now, is1.!*: the canning I is one of tl greatest nations in the rear admirals in command of thl'se\- Such disfranchisement netll'll .And yet he never leaves his bed

Fernandina tl I be used :\1:i paint shop sister nearVcbster, Mr. or- industry to immense I world ; ( is one of the weakest. eral squadrons and assigned to various : longer. The republic, in its- swift 'Till twelve o'clock each morn.
Ola Christian Ilal :
Mi.-s
by the ( ( and IVniusu- den Centre and : growl Any therefore, on the part of -New York
Fluric1, 'ltrl C. Hull about ( ) demanl, parts of duty, viz: John G. Walker march towlI powerful nationality, IeraM.
lar ( )1II1bLIIV: tIl ul'lln'\ill I.r constructed both Suniter county, ) proportions, numbering :1,000 the Union which is couched in firm commandant late-squadron of evolution such Politician: don't know what is this

for that purpose having Ilc'l1 notary)' public ofcatl factories in operation, scattered over language is sure to look harsh and unfair now on his way to Vhi; George. has passed beyond any l'cJuirl"ul'nts matter with me, doctor. I can't lie on

turned into :))1\t4'r and upholstering Only few years ago if you had thepl.astir the broad domain of forty-one states ; but admitting everything in regard E. Bel knap, Asiatic ; Isaucroft either for punishment or self- the: right side. Doctor-That's not

The Il'ttrlltlrc' will be40x150. of reading : religious to harshness, the tact remains North Atlantic station "'. protection. The sweeping away of
shop. factories '
paler and territories. 'fhl'sl give Oi\Jrcl, ; Etr&uge. takes a Btnf! >sman to do
). you to tlul out of the :\ that the United States originally suffered South Atlantic station ; this will not only add greatly : Truth. I that
various tolthlOH
in
The residence on the Marks grove at get: it, to-day we have-: at home two employment ('apac.iils substantial injury to which no Lewis? A. Kimberley, President of the l'ltriciol but it will

Markham, near Sanford I, (iwned by live religious papers, : single copy of ,( ) lt'rsons during the canning powerful civilized state could be expected Board of Inspection and survey, and I to our military strength, rnoTrcxiNO Tfl i OTHERS.I .

the Travelers' Insnninee (Company)', either being worth to the ('af.ful season, whie dirl'et). and indirectly I to si.il illi it. "HUppOSl'th( in command of the vessels in Samoan exert an influence very difficult, if 10timpos ofV>n wondered why kind Providenco
Would all I
ne'er wished
give but
was, wih its contents, entirely destroyed reader the price of a years subscript amount to .4,000,000( ) ); Spectator says ''that a body of English waters at the time of the disaster at I ibll', to measure in cementing ,' know. ; noW

J. F. Burton The Florida Baptist Witness, conc'rl'c blue-jacks were brutally attacked Daniel L. Braion commandant :
lire Friday. Ocala Porter and they ust? the raw material, fruits, vegetables Apia; those ties which arc rapidly) becoming If Providence but granted my desires
? and his family, who olupiet) the published by :loOOOOOacres i ) ) on the !tn'etl of Montevedio merely Brooklyn navy ':Ul; D. Is. Harmony, !. No other man would have the slightest show.
Islltch and edited Rev. C. S. Far- etc., produced on strong
building lost all of ( ( by because they were Englishmen, and chairman of Light House Board; A. again. New York Herald.

goods and barely escaped with their riss, :newspaper man of rare ability, market of land for ,the thus products furnishing of a oOKX home( ) two or three of them were killed E. K. Binham, commandant MareIsland The movement for this.repeal should Clara (at the Simpkins's grand hop)-
of the
brethren
lives. The loss i is $1,it I)I. 'lhl building gives to the Baptist of what the denomination farms giving employment to a vast woultl there have been much difference navy yard; and George e Brown, Come from the Republican side in each Didn't Miss Muslin's ball dress reach her
full account ,
state -
was injured for !?4
St. Francis Facts: A (curiwity) in states, and should be read every into the farmers $ :;,tIKItKII( ) ( > for make Uruguay? Given these facts, i is in regarded the as and one of the whose ablest otct'r with double force if('xtCull'l by those Clara-Then,how does it happen that sheisn't

the Hhapc of a chicken is now on exhibition Baptist in Florida. The Ity be their produce; they transform this the n'parton' and the English will be navy,the highest ole value Il'r\i'l'g in the who wore the blue, anil whose courage here? Maud-It came C. O. D.-.
at St.; Francis. It c>consists of said of the of the Florida Con- raw material into (iOO.Uiio.ooU) ( ) cans of have o Cloak Review.A .
organ Government would certainly refused '
formed chicken with three ) ( ) in first hands event war with our refractory to save the uniol and es
worth
n perfect ference. the Advocate food $48NX,000 11'lll'cl
: to discuss whether their minister
FloridChrt.tau South DIVISION OP LABOr.
legs hatched about live days ago- i food that is untritrious, beautiful and Amerielulghhol' a
# puiIshl'c ( ant editet had conducted himself properly or not, tahlsh naton. returning from their wedding trljv
that
A under the wing one I be andsafely
one closely I by Hl" Anderson, in a form as to easily
Josephus sU.h or whether Uruguay had not a legitimate Said Fondle to his wife
I IB closely under the lower end of the i Slptol price of either is two dollars. transported to the remote corners against England." In KMY DlfiFR*1.Nc1fIxILlfEv1: MASONIC ODE. What duties of our partnership
back, while the other one is in its I of the earth. The packinghouses ril'\am'l that the Will you conduct, my life?"
The little fellow is DntJr (''Hi/ ('ollusiol the Spectator 1\1 The recent unsettled condition of af
yet alone
of employment him bent
proper place. IlllxfralHt. Maryland gave incident killed Mr. policy Tho f..How in* oM] iuasonicode. ""Tlo Level Her loving eyes she on
alive and healthy looking, and whilethe Mr. Frank Thrasher was prostrated to thousand of 11, wuml'UlIllhidren of ha''." Baine's (ail between the llil.t States and ami the Siitiart',.' is puMishdlt'ur tin tooa. of And whispered softly. "Dear.
side with two legs ill ob-t ruction Sunday( night by :stroke of appoplexy. during last season.11 of hegemony. that thoee who with to rend It You take the business management
: a probably "
to navsgation, he is apparently 1 At the present time he is considered fris and vegetables have UAHKISON'S nri'iw. Chi brings up question We meet upon the Level and we part upon IhoS'I1nw' And I will be cashier. ,

t enjoying life. out of danger and is improving. been (' fields have been few people are posted upon. Toronto G1ob .
\ WASHINGTON, Feb. 2.Secretary What wotilsof tb.se wort1g
The southern convocation of the Marrieol.-Suuday, January 17th, at robbed of peas, beans, corn, tomatoes, Blame sent a cable mnessagett> Minister When the nation was imposing the M.-nofiic ar''IreiolmeanIng

Protestant Kpiscopal church is in session the residence of the bride's father, Mr. berries, cherries, tt('., and I thousands Egan instructing him to inform the lu1ui5hi1JC1it.sVllihi it intlictcd at Come let
at Tampa, those present being A. O. Pierce of St. Thomas John McNatt of cans of these delicious morsels are or a thought.
F- ( Chilian. Government that its propositions the close of the war it lxc.Jul'll from When the highest and the lowest;and the rarest -
;j1 Rev. James I Wt-ddell archdeacon Alice Pierce.Daile ready for winter use. The Scientific American John
; to Miss for a settlement of the differences the and the those who had they are fraught.We Lf1I.
.J;. Rev. K. L. Turquand, secretary, ami City Lodge 24, K. of P., was Ole of our large packing houses had between the two made in army navy meet upon the J'v'l.though fr.Jm'ery livan.
i: the following clergymen : between twelve all fourteen hundred governments borne arms against it, or served the station
come
Hc'E. Wednesday night Installing to the ultimatum of Jan. 21are Which is the longest night of the year 2
McGill, Dr. Cros*, Jr. !rey, C. W. organized \ women and at work upon the response confederate government in capacity. The kino from mil 1m i>*lac, anti the man
any
< otlicer, F. P. Lippitt, I). G. i'll gratifying to the ]President of the from liis home. A fortnight
'
Arnold and J. 1'. Atlrcw., laymen, C., assisted by ixtlelisiin Knights peaches. I is interesting sight to United States as indicating a good But twenty-six years have For the one must l letvc hit diivJeni without The fat man's laugh takes the longest
\v. 1). Harrison, I. 1'. H'aU' Jf. W. from Ocala. elected to vatchi the progress of a peach from that the thti Mason's door,
prospect can now The bitterness of the
( the lime it i is delivered at controversy pafS.tl struggle way around.
D. Margary and Clendenning. At the term follows ( a canning And tho other tincU. his tiucrcjpcct upon the
areas : be terms to
the buineH'meetingVelneslay the .serve.1.V.. present. C. E. P. Thn C. house until it is. snugly encased in a this:ulusl(1 upon stsfac'try has gone. Those who for J'l'l' only checkered tluur. Warily to wed and advertise makes am
; .
secretary was re-elected and nlsC one e.; ,v. Il'P.. V. C.; A. E. art can ready for the table. The peaches matic methods.\ The by telegram makesno hooked into each other's faces over We part upon its due the; tijuir.1, f)r tie w,.rll Wl.sthJc .n wealthy, envied, and wise.

cenvocatiou delegate to the board of 1'.; S. J. Ocl'l, Mat. A.; H. H. Henly, are first taken to a culling their room, and request or suggestion of any kind gleaming rile:or through the smoke We mingle; with it:multitmle a cold unfriendly Bhe devil Is always willing to aid in
the stand turn to
missions. The topics set last year K. It Ed. S. Owens M. of F. peelers waiting I crw:
whatever for salute Chili of the putting stovepipe.-Galveston News.
; ; ) a by of llaming are now firm up a
haUl'rie Cut the of in
cl Two l at our gathering
,' memory
; in He E. get big a ma- iul.encc
; came hlX.
up CI'II'r. .cGi Crown of E. J. B. Il'n
4 H 1[ ; Hobert., American U Do not for something and then
uO chine the culling act and when fag. friends. They learned to lIe pray
read a paper (er L; It E. Lathal, O. (L dj There nothing at yesterday'sCabinet long Iinc'l And \\C mug 11'ln the:lev1 I, to renew the hap
1hl' \isi-
culled is to be and buy it on credit-QahestonNaws.
box of
Church. It was full of learning and lug Kntghts"returned to a peaches ready this and respect each other's courage and I the py scene: go
meeting on subject,
and fully discussed. it is given te a woman cr: gir, There's a world whfre all arc ate .
p'ell'e manhood
deep rtrl.h W:11 there i is no reason to believw that this which was tempered in the l'nwe
L H.V.. O. Margary's essay i is highlycomphinlentkMl. I"t/t. City Totmcco Plant. a. case may be, and she hustles oil will such salute hurrying t;iwnrd it fisf Men are most likely to rave about awroman's
Government
hot Wo tho level there when the
require blast of
I It I I thought t of with it to a big room, lakes her seat : war. !h'll I'C't UP'1
l betrays Some of the larger plml'I' sugar from Chili. Chili of her own accord ,'"of dfulh ai.''wt: hair when it is found in the
erudition and ('I irb.tn I ii pi iit. Mr.Margary's cam: in ('olulhi(countypropo.se to he among the other women -or girls and perform this may act at the Patliotbm is alive again throughout Wo&li.iMtt-un: 1"rol.C Ihjor'rnt. : and our Ma- butter.-Texas Sittings.oniPthing .

i theme was "obtaining the in time year to get in on UncleSam's begins oik.Vhii il' peeling the graceful the South. No one can t1tvehlucre a. "wiILthc.e.
termination of the diplomatic I adjustment To trv I otrerby hi;own unceiinjrWe in tho of address reform
of t the in peaches the women close to each hI 1.locls way
active .
,; co-operation laymen :; bounty.It ofallthedifilcultieswhich is now and mingle with the who 5.110,r. ,
other and merrily Hash knives 11 movement would be hailed with great
work.
church ,
is said that the stills th.i. i shall meet upon the level theic. but net or
turpentine I otogrt'ss.TO the without
j against Hag feeling
is : I satisfaction the clerks.
the off
by postoflico
fought
.cI At the Putin-ail IKMH Palatkafifteen commencing a few miles above Lake over peach unt pl'L mice deprrt;
Sometimes while work that when that ffag needs defense There's n mansion aid a : an4 mjUtitudeij
last Saturday: iiighit :iboiit .olpurpose City on the and girls there, welcome 1 :l'hie world is full of people who will
met for the of Ol'orgiHoutwr sing and chatter, and, no doubt, sometimes COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. :t foreign Ihe whole wish on the judgment day that
IL. lege Florida: to against power copper
) graduates miway reaching IIlr think of We have met upon the level and be t ied upo\
jr; organizing : permanent association in Palatka, thu road with some good looking South will spring into ranks with anilaerity thc l"l\J\r money had never beeziinvented.-Itamn's
l Florida. As the meeting was largelyof enough work this summer. to (1Ii)1yseveral young fellow who does not want tll Governor Fleming Endorses the Action : whidthe North will Let us meet upon the level, then,w lIe laboring Horn.
to jK-el peaches. The cans il'l patient here.
I a preliminary for informal nature discussion, many topics and freight trains. waiting for the peaches, and when nrC'the the W ord's Fair Directors. not excel.For Let us ni'Ci and let us labor thj' the labor Teacher-Why do you como to Sunday

Js: came up Hc" '. 'J. A. Castel, the Hewlappointl'cl taken to SCl'rl severe. school! little man? Littlo Man-Pap
peaches are they are my
there was : of views as IWLl.t1 1.\J.\ILSEE, January IS. foU' the of the the
I :general airing M. E. South pastor, arrin.clwith years n.t'rl Already western sky the signs bid usa
large tables a number of said he'd cut my ears off if I t1idn't.cwYbrk
to the plan of organization, the n..tri'UoIII his faniilyVednesday night, a: tlr To lie County Commissioncnjof the State of Fin.GKNTLKMKN army of the Cumberland have: had intimate oI'eLr.
etc., girls place them in cans. Before To go hen JI p our working tool and put upon Herald.Itald .
upon eligibility, I was ten o'clock and took of theparsonage associations with t the confederate the
In sijiiare.
possession the into the : : :- with
peaches are put cans a
I finally decided that the name tf the which had been vacated c'ompliuHc Hand: roti-id; >cr.iiUiful Ghiblimitcs, the brightfritern.il headed gentleman in pit (to lady
of is first in and veterans of the
quantity sugar placed of the Florida World's western: armies
should hI the University chain
; new organization ( bv H('". It II. Barnctt tl request ; ia dress circle)-Madam, I respect your
Association of Florida and 1 hipl'clsSOI then follows peach The (':ml are in with the now national We part UI"1 the square below to meet in Heacnairain -
.. a :luHt two hourI previous. r.st,1 then taken tl aillarge vessel of hot Fair'di'l.tols at their session recentlyheld Collction \' emotion, hut you are weeping on my

list and of universities twenty-three American fixed c.tll'gl' has: had: charge of the Palatka work water and a !tl mal quantity of water i isplaced ( at Jet :\oJa, I take pleasure in project of restoring and preserving for 0, what Masonic words arc of previous aciningth''C\\lr,!, bead." -Strand.

r present defining the WII limits of eligibility :. the pn.st three )"l'a',and issaid to have in eull tlils are then I inviting you to assl'mhll in convention historical study those Hl'nwrhll We meet upon the level l, and we put UP1 the A Cutting Comment.-"That is Tal-
left the in much better
; th is llttof('O\'l',be reduced j in charge than I be found('Oul-. capped, processed placed at Tallahassee on FLru' 17th, next, fl'lel of marvelous fighting which He 5.ilIlre.R4VGLLS'l: \ mage, is it? Is he a man of culture?" 4

'# or added tllon of the association. ton every Mamie way Carver, an esteemedteacher in a tank 01 boiling water, after remaining to take into consideration what action about the mountain stronghold o "Well, judging from appearances, I '!

It llst ) that undergraluates required time they are is close association [ POINT OF rl'n: : fancy that at sumo time in his career heed -
'ut'c in Pcabody High School, died taken out and (cooled off in cold water, is ploper11 advisable to promote the Chattanooga.
of one become year's standing under or at tlH residence ot. Mrs. J*. I). Taylor, a label is then placed upon the cans, interests of the State and your respective has afforded abundant means for observation. ) Smalley, the English corrcsiMm- n<: to eat with his knife."Puck.

i the longer rules might to I IKS adopted eligible this city, Sunday night last.JuinciJfcmM. and the peaches are ready for the counties by contributing to a Beyond question the result dent of the New York Tribune, puts Careful Cabby-Now. cabby, do be
Florida exhibit at the World's Columbian careful how
ulslcllnt\ ( drive I'm
market.The you ; very nervous,
A permanent (1 $:ni1: ( : of it has been t t establish a firm the case very :strong as follow?: : "
.. fected by, the choice of the following Mr. 'f. S. Stearns ]has made arrangements tomato packing i in Maryland begins Exposition. conviction these union veterans "The point of view is a you know. "Don't you be afraid, sir;
The benefits and -
to among
advantages ,
fI about August the lust.Vhieti! a our EnJlsh I'll lie ki-erful. An which
President Joseph It. Par- to erect a new hotel building on 'orspital would
.
ot'n, (', Yale, &S:; vice (the site of the one recently burned, wagon load of tUlatc1'1 reaches the State and to every (county within her not only that the South can be de very strong one; whether i was ever ycm wish! to be taken to in ease of a I atdduut >
soH'i and the contract to [ house it The borders, of : wel arranged exhibit at in contest where the considered at the time of r. "
lreic'nt', C. Itoardman, Palatka: basgiven r. 'J.I' canning frst wlghlc1 Florida pended upon any ) Egan's ? -Boston Globe.1TEItESTlNG.
( injury to if
t ISM; ;, Frank Wright, Palat Ward. TIl building is to be of tomatoes are th't Chit'ago11 the other hand she is supremacy of the Hag should be called appointment I know not. It was
ka Harvard INtfi i and I'. W. Hawthorne two stories high, and will contain and scalded, they are next skimmed, on conspicuous known
-
but "Washington at rate
in the
that of ,
then into the by, her absence of representation, with question, great mass any ,
Jacksonville! :liowdoin, 1S74; twenty-three rooms) so built that it pla'l'c cans, thl'c'appinJ ITEMS.
grand exhibits from rival state confederate what the charges against
secretary and treasurer.J. E. Thilolwiii, can loeatloleohtoiillol istohclnishc'IIIY processing all .labeling all canscarcely veterans would Tejoiee in limHrl':

Palatka; Princeton, 1!.'t _\ committee April 1st. 1 I will be, ready fcil the tomatoes are ready for the market be overestimated. A realization an opportunity to tight with the soldiers that he hal lied the country to avoid .Switzerland has abolished national

f' to draw up bylaws and constitution I business, otC of the nicest( hotels in From cock crow until sunsat the of the situation i:only necessary, of the North tinder one Hag arrest and trial on a very serious criminal Lr.uks.Williamsport.

., and to Il'pOltthe next meeting the state.T.L.Ward. .' houses wagons a'e backing into the canning in my OpIIOI of, to secure people.harmonious again. In ns,this is true charge. I remember very Pa., has the biggest suspender -
then off'again co-operation sullcl'gn'e
consists of hssrs.'right all going ou.
'e- Spallbrd & have this weekpurchased unloutng mill.
(0. crush only to return -As the representatives of the peopleof it is cause for national rejoicing. well what was said at the time; what
and Ilaldwin ( membership thru
3. ; on : about ,( pounds of tobacco One
mwtlr later with boxes and bas the several counties, I woultl urge the Birmingham (Eng.) shop makes
is composed Messrs. Hinvtborue and we understand the highest more While the political millennium, as all general feeling was among Englishmen -
to come together at the time 10.000,001)) pins daily.
upon you
kets.
J % ,'pallord and Day; :mc\- price(' paid was about thirty-five cents and place indicated for the of Republicans insist, has not come in friendly to us. I remember
In no part of the country this industry purpose In n 8,500 churches l
committee which hal year hzvjecn
ecutive
r:! thl p.mnd. is considerabletobaI of them
hearing for
present, is clothed with considerable pl't in 'lu.'le yet for sale. brighter prospectsthan in the adopting such uniform means as will the South, that military millennium one I.clmit, built in the United States. V
} South. Of sections I would best II'otwt' the welfare of our beloved which gives a nation full and readycomitrol argument's sake, that Sir. Egan's
in various directions is number i
;ij; authority Thillu also hl a of hands al whic.i I King Solomon's mines are being looked
r .made up of: o.n.lhardlflafl\Vrighlt -trippingand packing tabacco. look for I success, is the :tat' P.am FI.KMINO faithfully, Governor.yours, of all the war forces of its communities crime was PlitiCah. So was Jefferson tip in the interest of the World's Fair.
Tho climate
is
and Strunz. A dozen or more letters one. altogether suitable J. Davis' 'rinnut what would
bias dawned there with ( in
from in various of 1ow that old Sol has smiled upon us ]labor is cheap and not a single you The director wishes to get a good exhibit
graduates read all portions mll'Bore new life and energy seemsto case of canned goods should be manufactured RUSSIA'S RUIN. power. There is no doubt of this. America have thought and said had from Onhir. Probably there will be

L* sympathy the state were with the ,movement expressing be given to all in and around the in the north unI! brought to This threatened war with Chili may Davis lied to England ,and had we efforts made also to get a large line of

all cigar factory.; The ('allteuter2, ti liners you for consumption. The North Bankruptcy Well as Starvation, sent him abroad us our representative goods from Atlantis.
making suggestions as to members.It and hal a pass. But the lesson of i should not and minister As
( h:1\ to workin a good American
lived
for the blindness
It was practically : rl'l-uhjl.t to : 'ngimls: bespeaks the early completion :South iuW\\r this particular.on I want of the to Stares the People in the Face be forgotten. These are varied, and I am bound to suppose there must bean Very delicate an l beautiful knitting
the action ( the eX(9i committe
) 1VC vork has been
of then-various and 1 produced by the women
departments of all of answer should like
Prominent ,
ci4 that the next meeting wi he called work in the new building. In fact, it see your raw sealed material put into hermetically LONDON, Feb. 4.-The Daily Graphic thc'm artunportaiut. much to know what it is, and I shallbe very 0 f tho Shetland Islands. A long kliawl
I at them i is the under discussion
early in Mn'hd a foriiiilt : packages your own i ic to-day publishes manifest whichit among one -
w
would be hard to find a place more : very much obliged to anybody who that weighed only 2} ounces was soldlast
club dinner follow it. will canneries and by your own people. It says has been issued by the Russian the restoration of the .
; : wi Thi' busy than the factory and grounds of is time that the business men of the zemstovs Local administVative bodies namely) supply me with one which I may use year for $75. The finest wool is oi'I -
be at the leading in ( ( )
Ur..' one this company. The inside or cigar- South awakened to the ofa which of men of the South to full!.military citi the next time an Englishman raises t.iincil by rueing it-pulling out thellieco
Florida and
are composed
: severn sneak importuUc country -
r force numbers over 20 t ers of national rerntationcoohlegeI' \ and making nl'lrrh'ls broad spirit of ( all and land owners, on the famine zenship.A by the root from the live sheep.

bred men, of course-wilf be secured time as to time it is feared are thl'l'e added from enterprises that look to Southern ;advancement. in Russia and the inadequacy of (correspondent writing t the : Misfortunes never como sinff'T.' sibs' '

r9 for this occasion.. Invitations to attend our hotels and boarding houses will long heutahl As great as has been, the the governmedt measures to afford re Washington Post of recent says: Lot'isviLi.K:, Kv. Feb. -4.-In the nit Ohio farmer. lie went to the city

,: this dinner will probable be sent to accommodate them. We work of the Southern people as a lief. The Globe and other papel I there i is a day when it !hal lienecessary Courier-Journal, :1'. \\'atlfHI"Thl' st: ::nd was taken ill. He drank whisky

I I to ul college rchtt' then in the that 3tJ lots in the com whole, too many lias stood idly by and commenting upon this manifesto, declare for this nation ito put Courilr-JourallI'ent) co 0101-* and that went to his head. '"\Vlril* intoxicated
i. residents l'. waited, hoping that others would C'01l that it is the most remarkableexpression its strength in with great to those of its esteemed con-
\isiHI2l extension sold in any plll'nt. !
llc pal2 were a few in and lead such and let hate. thieves stole hw team alit
enl'rpri"l' of public opinion Russia she who have interested
I'I fbrt Datlc Eoo'jre. hour one clthis week, and we may them grow rich has in'u. The lotteries for the power the, surviving uC'c tl those survivorsand who telpnraril themselves in its kindly behalf with- while hunting for it ho was beset l boy .

Wednesday last, \l r. B. ('.Ta I inn, look for '\ buieing in the Most of the developments which arciiinking benefit l'\'r of the famine fund and the crushed the flank of McClellan's to the presidential highwaymen, who robbed him ot W- --

dealer in fruit, was charged before nl'\1 future thereon. the I South prominent as anindustral way iiivhlieht public benevolence issystematically army on the magnificent and- l'slwl. Ail! and begs that a cmtlclat.) When he returned home he learned that

Mayor Thompson with violating the Jj.QJ>"f .At'HW. field has h'l'l the result of thwarted] is especially drove it back through peninsular the storm of this paper has declared itself in favor his barn had been burned during his nbsence. *

I town ordinUc'e He by felling intoxicating I is with regret that we announce pluck)' :Houther effort. Let. them ('OUI"lll'tl The manifesto declares seven day's battle upon Malvern Hill of ( ov. Hill, or as soon as may beconvenient .

liquors.Mr. ..1.V was. Itrady very of ably cl.fc'lll'c death of Mr. James Lil', who keep up the motion. I am like others t efforts to enlighten thesutlriiigs and the gunboats on the James. There thereafter, they \ill do us

by the evidence was so clear, against; the died nearVhiite :pl'iHJ : who are at all (UI"l'lmt with Southern of the fline-t'ieken people will be needed the num and the spirit the favor to wire us at our expense. Reciprocity-

J accused that Mayor Thompson lined The friends of Mr. Thos. Deese, of : Southern affairs States, a strong Iwll'nr in the are only tolerl.t ( is a of those who defeated Hooker at The matter cannot be of much or any' Fred-Quocr about Harry anti Jack,

t, ;- him $100 and costs. Mr. J. "'. )., La Fa yet te county, will regret to learn as a progress, ('ell'lritI(outnut' Chancellorsville, Burusitle at Fretlerickburg importance to the public, but we like wasn't it? Jack married sister,
wealth
; Jtrady and Hurry's
in
on behalf of his client, appealed from that lie lot his store building and i development making "TIl government, with the and heM off Grant at Sj>ott-, to be advised of wliat i is going on, you and
i the Harry married
immediate future.
'. the decision to the circuit stoek of goods by fir on last Sunday Iu\eshul'nli weapons of a state of seige, is fiinr sylvania, equally with those who repelled know. In the ml'mtnw1mt is tho Jack's sister.
Mayor's nigh His loss was about $i&M, ) on I of such as I speak pay: handsome profits Siberia and the jails with Lee at Gettysburg matter with Grver don't Tom-That so? Sort of reciprocity
court applying for a ( : Anteamul Cle\lm
t.' Iluf t'Xl'UtoD goods with $2,000( ) and besides Ioeing.(of much benefit to persons, fearinf a revolutionary propaganda. defeated I ; uuloverwhllnUlt everybody speak at C oh?
,
for lifteen days to perfect the :ijo- tH iUluruee the cities and eountieswhuere the factories !'h'.c 'uk ; )(<
This *
(; ) the store with government, winch has
on no insurauce. him at Appomattox.There a-
1. The application granted.at m
f 1 Mr.. is. u. .Maium: giving ,nonu wns.: iorx.-:. !< !. The fire is supposed to have been are J:1U. Tnl capital required robbed, us of all the reforms" inauglil'at'II will be wanted the (un'h'or There is nothing more valuable in Cross Fire.

.\' Mr. Geo. Me Craig and I)1'. S. (J. I layii I started by robbers, as the store, when for moderate.conducting The this eost.of enterpriseis the by Alexander II., and which haslepriveti and the spirit that held l.nHh r'l't'sveteJ.1S this life than a cheerful heart, a chronic Ada (boastingly)-No man has ever
the was first discovered had the very machinery ( society from taking nnJ'partiu on the of
Snodgrass kissed
the l Jl' slopes me.BelleYou.
1 man signed is small and the disposition to take
a view
IKUUI manufacturers of
appearance of having been public life, hal brought Russia to in six hours of almost unbroken rosy,
1;: Mr. J. K. Holl'l'ol has just loaded robbll1 of this machinery furnish full starvation. Hi I s to fingers at should make yourself more
a government ,
Rev. Fred Pixtou who Il.h cannot and until half were killed things all snap your
for the us.aul or s
ton schooner at Port Tampa with instructions for and attractive
i a 500 putting up same solve looking, dear.
it, : past two ) been in charge of the present problem with wountlld, as well as the survivors and called trouble. Trouble is not so much k
t phosphate from the Fort Mead Phos "t'ur also for putting up all the various canned its own forces." -kIn
t ( works. : Methodist church at this place, has removed I the spirit which held Thomas' thin a reality as a condition of mind.
t.\ phat'and Fl'rtizl'r Company's to the scene of his new goods. 'The calamity is only in its initial line in triumph there at the cost of the man whose childhood (says
consigned to Wilmington labCl The statements as to the percentage will Some people put themselves insane
I Waldo, to whidpla'e he has stage, spring dis'los its actual every deatl or disabled, in George Eliot) has known caressei there
;"l J1 i appointed for this profits realized in some tast. would proportsous.. How will it end if the seconcman these over things that others would not losea is
lI. year. During their he increditable if they were not any mitry emergency always a fiber of memory which can
authenticated
PaUse Oicoft. i here Mr. and Mrs. government does not change its attitude influences needed from moment's does
'p ffjMrit, stay Pxitou have by testimony the sleep over. I not be touched to gentle issues.
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Postmaster made warm friends who much unquestionable\ Southern side equally with those to -
First Assistant -
SuiH'rintendont many and amply pay worry. Always look for the -- ---
by
regret their departure and wish { ascertained "Society is in state of bankruptcy ', which have their inspiration in the Alice Mitchell murdered her
'1: SV. S. Maginnis. Washing- t hemsuccess facts.Vith : silver lining to the darkened cloud. who
enfeeblement
lntlrtL'amouut political and dismemberment.
I ton, 1). C., i is on the Indian Kiyer this in their new home.A of capital and uroper management Russia in. capture of Vicksburg, the assault (oilLookout friend, Freda Ward, by cutting her
a
cP: week, looking into the i pn stal service little (colored child, a daughter of there is probably no business would be deluged with popular her uprising Mountain the s forming ofMissionary throat from ear to ear with a razor;and'Lillie

of this section of the st\tC, wihvi'w Tom Davis, Marion, was burned to known combining such large profits No one can foresee 1)0plt,1 the- Ridge. The Supreme Court has decided almost ]- Johnson her at

tt t increasing and l : death last week. TIll\il's parents and so high a d'gl'of safety. Take end. 1lo)1 advocates of assemblagehave I was more than'a quarter of a century unanimously that ( ov. Boyd, of who was with

facUtl. The jieople of Indian River went off" from little the country at large, and I venture to elected'hl representatives for free I I ago when, in 180(5, the nation, in Nebraska, is a citizen of the United the time, have both been indicted for

M:: appreciate any' improvement in girl! who was onlvabout two)'eal old, assert that the pack of last year does discussion of the situation." ,, punishing the South, decreed that States and entitled to the office of Governor murder in the first degree. When arraigned
has been -
babv,
this department. in charge of the and when
Thl'f' i. theyreturned not exceed an iu plead
} thl'.ffb2. none who had served the court Miss Johnson
an'rgl Confederacyshould
w- much carelessness somewhere on the they found her in the middleof one, and of little or to which he was elected. The

-'s, River, for. within thl'lst month twice tu'1Ioorh\\ruel todeath. The baby nothing being (to nrriOl over( from former The aroma of cloves i is the breath of thereafter be commissioned} in poor Democrats have a hard time getting not guilty, but Miss Mitchell was m- ? .

the mai has (OIC ilto Cocoa post : the floor all unconcerned seasons. The demand for consumption strong drink. its armylor: its navy. Thl'lmin.pur- what belongs to them in States movable. :Xot a sound escaped her

t soaking wet. Several times an about what had happened, and increases disproportionate pose for which the war was foughtare where Republicans have had( lip Her counsel put in a plea of"in

'i :' important office business on the ()letter c1I".tl'l" t the<) apost uninjured._ _ _, _ facilities to the supply.for distribution. This country i is increasing large, Gen. Butler's autobiography is out. not only achieved, but very generally control. anity." .

the Jacksonville :'ll bill po,ter knows his place and are The book made a big run, it i is said, on acquiesced in. are I'uns Chili corning
L' : state, laid in post and the trade for canned goods i igrwing. is j Thl'f' some on art calculated to give Till- tax coUe7to7 ir tbie

office several days, though with sticks to it. In every household it is a the capital I IK>X. just and proper rcsultswhick must yet the average reader the ague. mau. '


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