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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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i I VOL. xm. STARKE, FLORIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1892. NO 36.

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: LAND FLOWERS. that the county commisrionen of the sixty trees 50,400 oranges this season, or a merchant t pay debts with tone body. In my opinion it i is high tinu SENSATIONAL

varlu'counties the question at a, cost of two plowing only and the ALLIANCE DEPARTMENTTHE another. 'Ihisdlstnctol i is legal, to begin the.eXII'riml'it-wih sonic SPORT .

levying \Vnrl'l Fair assessment picking and boxing.Ve should it i is,not i! arbitrary en- people." ______ ______ ____ .
LaTEST NEWS FROM OUR STATE EX t the primary elections rather. think it pays t have a grove CURRENCY QUESTION. tirely. I want to abolish these arbitrary -
CHANGES. CONDENSED. the various precincts. in Columbia county. and unnatural and unjust legal What Has Been Done.

between silver and The bond holder. took cents in TWO TYPOGRAPHICAL PRODIGIESAND
distinctions gold fifty
"Ward in the Evening Mr. J. 'V. filled order few Gold Silver and for Bank i .
loltcimt Perry an a "
Greenback before coin and dollar THEIR
and make tnem equal bought a GREAT "FEAT.
Items of Interest from aJlPan Metropolis, says r. E. J. Triay win weeks ago from a firm in Dallas Texas greenbacks I gr'1haki
ForJ' You know it for '
the law. some exchanged a
have considerable, Oicuton.
ida, Presented in Readable Shape, doubte' He opposition for his pure Columbia county handmade I think I writen enough to six ago we did this with twent.- worth one dollar in coin, he got UH) .
t have and satisfactory 'l'r Walking Chicago From Jackgonyilla
an cigars they proved so -
count. wi used to it then and cents in coin for his cents. Thus t
ti who show the folly of placing gold on ger.Ve were lot fity
Suit the Beady Eeader-Matters offi opponent from lu- that the are anxious to :
l COIlH
val county. 1 sawn letter to-day from take the entire part: of his factoryamounting prominent pinnacle of godship, and to could not hardly stand it, but we have begot! fifty cents for nothing;on everyfifty For a Purse of $3OOO-Te Contort
Little and Important Interest You.Vegetables got used to it now. Gold and silver is cents invested.
t tlS dark hon saying he in all <> ) ( ) i ants-Their Names- and All
wlull ( t 41IH10 or 50,000 cigars) show that it; was intended by our but a commodity and subject to the The government deposits'( Abut
are shipped North ,probability make the State each month. milons
heinJ f'C fathers that it was only to be used as
Treasurer." n law of supply and demand until the of dollars in National banks I .
r from the Ga Hl'.ton. medium of exchange as any other blowcd the breath of tender free of interest. for Tem
I The Lake City hotel did a very gratifying law legal use Something of
On the first day next March the
I t Ez-Ciov. Cameron, of Virginia, has AttrIHGen'rl Lamar has given : business for the month of January money, and that they, our forefathers, i into them, then they were no longer nothing again.
soft phosphates made it for circulation and not to be front door of the building
' } moved to Florida and taken up hisper- are the registers showing upwards of I commodities. Let the law blow the By favorable I legislation the gnY'rIwnt St\ncar
: inatu'iit residence at Tallahassee. subject to a tax the same as commercial eight hundred arrivals. This goes to banked up in the treasury as if it wast breath of legal tender into the palrf'omllllyand boomed the bonds to :premium: will be made the scene of a sensation
. ) fertilizers. .I' \\ 5. Moore, of witli fair good for any but bankers and then it is of 25 cent. them in
show what could h be done a money. II'r bought without a parallel in the sporting annals -
l,; i Judge Belisario ill)>stHl n fine of htarke, says will be a burning lizl'llmlll'rn hoh'll projterly: tnancien t handle. Supreme Court has affirmed th" I ing to the I bond-holder! overIIi),pa.-,
$5M( ) Owen Travas a day or two shame on our State to uh'lrts11 of of Florida.On .
14 on ago impose a tax on sheme for the demonetizing .
hoarding houses could I constitutionality t of the greenback and 000( in "Something for
; for wiling 1i4lurvitl1but) a Ih'enH. this nrtle that ut'I' !lm.,1 i to t the I I ly 11 this number. h lal one of the precious metals ((1 think it he: constitution.only gives tongrt nothing premiums.again. that day two typographicalartists

( to ( i is abase use to put the word "precious" of this state will set out walk
: The Democrats Gainesville are al- II' only the i ower to coin nUn(' I The government has I helped (the t
': a unit in favor of nominating under a discriminating pretext tat t that.; San ,i1tfr o Han.The to) originated with the money or say a word alwmt the nmtl'ri:1 How to$12M( 10,1x10.I from this city to thi'ab"for a purse of
Puii.
Hutwl rillul
'- candidates mot for county oUlcer by primary Encourage e this composting ellbrt in 1'lllrt| that Dr. (Cyrus and postmaster creditor class. "It originated soon does it coin it? By stamping gold Sllt.th i Ig flr 10t i Ig.I $;,ixx>. The / i : large one, the
planters and let !
after the
lands rich discoveries of in
build gold
. ; eledlH plan. tllil' Ul f Garision: of Palatka have : bullion at the mint anilissay I nild has watered the Western task onerous, and in view of the magnitude -
;
and get Ilhl'r. and prosperity will I the Salvation is California and Australia, at : time :uHlsin'r with a Union Telegraph stlc'k. which givesihimht of the event all the interest it
joined Army not Ituup.Vhy
A with $i")0,000() low. when it was thought that the i increased Il'putm'nt
p company capitalhas authentic. is not stamping of paper something for not hiiimg." is sure to arouse, not only here but

been organized to develop the Tarpon, fishing is a na: production of precious metals would aw just a* good I and I legal and efTee- V nderbilt watered railroad stock throughout the sporting world of the

kaolin beds in Lake (county. Kaolin tional sport. Thegamcy becoming fish i i is caught. TIl Putnam House, of I Palatka, i is seriously effect the value of money J y ive,' and constitutional as any? Gold jives him omthil for nothing.Tom entire country, it is only fitting that

I' has also I h('(>n found in I largequantiticsin I in the Gulf of oil* the Florida! the linest ali best l'olhut'i hotel in the anticipated rise in general price." :"11! silver lives under the law of re- ('ot. tol and ttht'rl the Standard should lay before Its
St. Johns county. :11'xit1 Florida, outside of u' and Yes, did not want the producer readers such particulars of
coast. ni Meyers l I Press I has a the. lemptioii, and don't you think Uncle have di. thet same thing, which
Owing to the failure of his health, record of number and I weight of Tampa. I It t. is a pity that this popular to prices, they wanted th1 "NUII can rt'II..1 pajKT greenbacks as gives them Ilmi.thilg for nothing. Tmm": NOVEL CONTEST

Dr. K. I P. Hooker has resigned the Tarpon caught with( rod and reil for inn, together wih its present management cheap so that Under they eoul buy similar them for well AS gold aUI silver? 'Il rates charged on this fictitious as have been made know

presidency Rollins college. W.Lyman the season of lStl. The largest t measured ('oullilot be moved to Ian nothing. ai) As long as Uncle Sam has the power tl'k gives them something for nothing. I: the tlfar contestants.The .
} Matco, where it would be assured I pt'als from dftt rent parts of (' frit'lls
is 7 feet3 inches in Europe to tax and I her ( own any proprty .
: acting as president until length, weighed .iizlnH walk i is to be made against time
I II. the and credit Germany
I t i it deserves.than by -
Dr. Hooker's successor is appointed.Mr. .- 20.; pounds: and( was caught h.' 31r.ie tll patronage money Australia and several daS.! other (_' she can '&' any sort of money Tell 1 us newspaper men why ;you and the entire ( between Jacksonville -

(; (). 1'. Stagg, 01 May 2d.Hon. I I I. I 2 )years ago ('i ii. Hastings countries, demonetized. she may put titit.V(' only ask. the issuance have not exposed these wrongs? I Is it and JtuUt'is to be
and Mrs. Hamilton gold.
Disston
of cO\ire
iii'l ) -"iO because did not know? If (
<'(meiiced to clear (lie land, putting (001' $ per ('aPt. Popu- you so are of months. A
The in.idt wager
Philadelphia, are in iH'iIJl' enjoying L. B. Wombwell, ( 'Ullli- congressional monetary commission ation at (;2iNNiiNNianillo( ( capita tit to.mould public
in
,
of many: miles of ditches. A large "The t per you < tntllut' $I,5ooha* been laid between two parties -
Agriculture I i in I : movement in
remainin HifHr isjust j
n They pt. vonld thousand four hun- You (the
)
twJ1 wi I supplies water in great s.'s give tWI say W( ( : whose have not transpired
names yet
.the "tute several 1 : (' Mr. I). of a full seed supply of iIIOI'I'c! Cuba tobacco altl.ial,1 lhlllIIIO, irrigating ali floating Europe would general have dtnlnetl.alonof tin'I and eighty millions. At $50) ptr 1llt.thilg for nothil ." It is not so. ,, that the distance cannot be
has large sugar around Kissimmee. which .," todistibute gold blole general :; iut'I."tl his i large l'il'l fields; land is now I but for (apita t wouli give us,000,0 waltl a profit covered in that time. If the contestants -
to resistance of France it
; for any one lildl apllil'a1ol cleared I for Ml I IIIS of orange grove. thief The of Uncle Sam i is Sto'OOtoOjOiin. ,- his investment 'of capital! and! labor. t succeed will receive the
in 1805 they
These .' I was changed into a movementfor
It; is believed that in lime many ble, SUue.for the 21''d of 111'I Ila-. I His I i cucumber I I house is wonderful, the demonetization of silver. Hut 4 )( I. There would I be no trouble He wants WIIIIII. laws enacted $l,5iN" If thev fai, the prize will go
families will build winter homes at for purpose producing m ig I'I.I erected I at an expense of!$1!l'IO< ), being th is from about her redeeming that amount on (hat he may Ot,' protected fll the to those who ha laid their money
DelJind merely for their children to next for year's crop than I : I I l for gm growing ];) feet in length and I 2.>, fee wide, the change demonetizing of silver gold to short notice. Then the volume of her greed of 1IIIliol.. He i is tired of against them. \
this demonetizing was more
get the Item-lit of the line school facilities :crop presented lark.t( to (the "asol TII.YWl'rc b'y I' rows of stands ilsiJ. are nowcovered of form than substance. The object hu"ill reaches the stupendous .sum (ther &' oil'the sweat of his The names of the young gentlemen
.I'pal'tl.'lt I with t III1 ot t $ ::( ( ) ( ( ( ) Would any onesuppose >row. \\ e u of
be had there through the winter ('tiLI ( loaded aimed IIIIHII"HIIH"I. walt "government whose sporting blood i is rich enough tohead
of
at both disuse
8aSm.t Itv. J. P. ]l'ns,at Iln''tl'lf! .(tl' Ex. with I I t'U'ullhll'II'a I I i'i mig from( 12 I to of the by metals was a to protect one the that :::;;,(MO,000,000) ) ) ( of circula- the Pl'Opl'" to lend to( the t 111' legal l t ht'J to undertake task s formidable -

pcrimcnt Iak( City.Pensacola 21 I i illlldl i length. Tllyale known creditor money classes and those fixed (ion would be tOi much to do a vol- tl'U ll' treasury 1wtl'I on nllll'rihnble areJESMS
While we have made no bluster the Ix-- as t the "Knglish Telegraph." The having imr of business amounting t $130I : ,- farm products, and
1C"In.ly incomes against the fall in value of illrlH'1 : I lllTKTK AND A. K. PIMBERLY.
about it, Lake City has (according to cost $. ':"A: cents I):H 1,01 H I. real estate with .
Cont}pear : : 'ilportaltfacor ,11..1 : "PI pound or a I 1,11 I proper II.iaUOI
and in of
those >etent judges the \ money a rise general prices and in this state are better
comi commercial in the financial calculations( of seed.. Hastings has a "standingorder want ITncle Sam to issue gold 2 per cent tax. 1\.w printers
I tr\l'n) held her own so far this \Vtt Florida farmers. In fact, mam- :1'all the cucumbers he can labor and property. The monetarycommission silver to this amount of circulation if The govcjnmeiit loaned to Centennial than Jesse L. Burtz, who,

year with the greater number of the are deluding largely upon raise at i:1: .(00) (':ieli.hi. contnue "This is the there is enough gold! and silver, and exposition :1.IIHHI) ; to New though I young lan, has for a number -

interior towns of the state. of pl'a' they may raise i to a tll'IOI : formerly with Peter pith and of Iarrow the monetary discussion In- what deficiency there may be I want JrlcaiLs ('Xpositol) :1IHHI.'HH'( ) ; Pacific of "tar ht'el identified with the
I 'rhomlsol
Mr. F. N. Puckett comes to the front their bank accounts. Now that it has I ( la charge of this depalt all past discussions twenty after years.1848 her to issue greenbacks to make up Hairuls )1.I"MII"lj) ); iutt.r'st (l Pa Palatka Times-a paper which ha
,
been European that '. irGO.ooo.ooo; ) at no long been regarded U one of the,
demonstrated !
that the best varieties ment. of
with the figures prove that his 14- 'I'hl'shilnlnt (1''H'llnuul and prior to the German demonetization 11itl'II Itirml bowl
t brightest little in
WM. HICKSON. it for a
month Jersey-Poland-China pig is the of peaches can be successfully : per week. Mr. of silver and its the 1111't Jiothing, journals stt
cultivated in this section land owner's Hastings has stock of seed consequences ft continual.! but are willing to pay for it. You peculiarly rich in
;, largest killed in this part of the county a large rif point made was not that either ((7u : ) Of this newjlpr of
of late. dressed :35)2 pounds and have not been slow in planting out which he tIers at $2.00( ) bushel, had metl --- call us "calamity howlers. Politicians paper one
I orchards of this delicious ami also some fine rust proof Il'r at depreciated relatively tell us to raise something to sell; the proprietors, and to his energy and
i yielded 13 galomwf lard. unless some unforseeii circumstance flu per bushel. jt. other, but that by reason of extraordinary Hon. S. B. Alexander, of North Carolina.Is we answer, W(' have mbt'llmor than business capacity much of its success

MayorV.. N. nc'e of Eufaula, occur, the farmers of Escambia Tomatoes ali strawberries go to St. supplies of gold from California the subject of much public comnent the ptopll are able to buy, because has been due. Although a good all-
Ala., well knot 1 Western Florida .huul counties reasonably .Augustine The large barn is and Australia about 1805.Nevada and by new at present. He is an Alliance hey have no money. The American round printer, his socially lies in the

,. w&convicted of embezzlement. at Un- hope adjoining for; large increase may in their- divided 11iy.rOlm!. The seed room supplies metals had of'silver from both nan, ali has introduced : bill to farllr has raised enough grain to feed job onN.. That department of the

ion Ala., on Saturday last. revenues during: the to be contains ( of Irish depreciated relatively to lii.eveli t, gambling in agricultural pn) 53,01: HIxi,!)! I Americans and tide on'rfalile Times : always been under his
Spring present potatoes
year st'n'rl yalli labor and commodities and that .
The pr grew out of the failure derived from the pear and ( also ( ; room i is kings, duets, whill is giving the speculators: .tril'kl1 Russia, and! to supply (especial charge, ali! if Jesse can kick
and office holders fixed
of the McNab bank at Eufaula. of p'ael crop. used for ('heamling rice. The large test priu'es having I of the tt markets blind stlgger. he rest of Europe with what they the t dust its thoroughly he can "kick"a

which Mayor Beeves was the head. Alligator Iakp. or 'Big La1H'," the room contains all I the I modern farmniiigiiii1ileiiieiits income and the creditor class having his i measure is the topie of the press ..ll.t11 The American farmer has job pno'he may look upon the prize

largest in th (' is lower than fixed annunities, were being iljun.1 of \\holecountry.. The Economist. enough cotton to clothe the as his.i
.tol next are the stables four '
c Richard Colgan, now of the Claren- known for a long thl(', three fourthsof large mules and four horses do ; the by a rise in the price of labor ( com haH: already published i, but called world.! Now what.have you done, Mr. Mr. Arthur Pimberley, the enterprisimig -
deii Hotel Chicago III. of its area being I but :l modities." This monetary congressional him for explanationsof who is to -
was one now an (expanse work of the plantation.I upon private PIhitieittiSOItt have raised the young tyH| ) accompany
the colonists of San Antonia of muck. This is of the coaimission flourished aLIt it. : the Palatka his
early-time llual- The poultry i is divided, and one devil all along the line; you have ccrainly prodigy on
Fla. In HiS he bought a pieceof ty, enough of it i is there to run capacious (an here see yard all the best breeds the year of our Lord 1877. Since this Well," h(' said, "it's the exact text I not raised anything to sell. triumphant march to the \\ indy Cityis
laud planted a nice ferilizer for nearly time we have no more such talk by (>f the : bill, which one fTII
orange factory many years. of poultry. Mrs. Hastings looks after Uti-Iot.l' hl'all I'oliticiaiH advise us to to diversifyur (
4 grove all after a tnlrdurtl'orth, Hundreds of acres of lake bottom are this and she soon sat- Congress. Since this time they haveforgotten a law, for11, save where crops and we are going to do it. i: OU> STANDARD STAFF,
his ) now About the edges are department wi all about the Lord. and given gambling in agricultural products' i isuhsttuh'll is We to undertake the raisihigofaimothmt'r
leaving are
dr'luH1 that there is in
:"fy one profit themselves to that other J going and though he has never limbered
over entirely scored is i that
McCabe brothers. has shelled The I
Ill now a promising thou8lHl! pearly mUs1 point and that is a money
poultry.All crop himself for lucre filthy or otherwise -
about mile from The subsidence of the has been god, gold, and to Hellish ness andgn to one form of gamubliiigemiuhiraces I up ,
young grove a wat.1 : ( (' are going to undertake the
butter is made the farm.
on 'rp.Y those who in to
l'd. God and the are a position
: that there has been tl They forgot peo another. ,
SanAutonia. gradual (>
raising of this until we get fifty
!
11 The t is used for feed ; all this crop with authority, say that hisIe'Istriaii
rw speak
destruction of fish ple. "Does it absolutely, IICMSiapcr -
except by crowding. prohibit lollars in circulation.
The Pensacola News the zealous ( h(' seeiiVitliiLL miles of San per capita far enough
'al h'l The which led are
principal causes of market values? IIIWt'l
A few months like the threeyears
th's quotations
evangelist, Rev. J. C.H.'S. is still more Matco on the line of the J. H A. & H. counties to the The free (coinage( of silver is another above the average to justify him in
gold
just will the great adopt finally does, and makes i it impossible
past Ine that shall have our especial at-
I
the fort the First crop bold reak l for the big
holding at Baptist standard and silver first the making a
; lake entirely dry for the sinks. reject was for mails to transmit such matter purse.
ention the silver is utilized
church in that city. He has been verysuccessful S\'l' TAMPA THE PLACE. persistence with which England clung'to tl penalty of live hundred unt al Mr. IVmberley has 'for sometime past
in stirring up the people and Tuesday the following real estate I was gold made a European union dolar as money what is nt't.J'll for been holding down .a case in the office
: ujvon (lime or imprisonment not
.
turning many toward the church. sold in Gainesville at auction : The lot Wedensday, June 1st, the Date Fixed. a single metal other than gold iiiijMs- two II 1lH' tmn the arts. of the Palatka 'fll', and it is doubtless -

Nearly a dozen have been reeehedasmembers on the corner of block S, East Main The machinery of the Democratic sible and second the discoveries of the Awl years.the telephone and telegraph. It may be safely said that wll1 theAmerican tl his-presence a citywhlch has

of the Baptist Church and Itrt'e to H. K Day, for 'HI.) This party has been set in motion. The Nevada silver mines. What of ?" farmer undertakes the job long been nc.id. for i its sporting bo

:: many more are ready to follow.If wa' the property of Mrs. My- State Executive .Committee held an The demonetization of silver in the I It does th'J not forget them either. Itrovides of raising a crop he is very apt to 5L1Ccecil. that h(' has been induced to entr Int
in th'scnew
1. So
Johnson. No. (iO) bid in Mr. we predict success this novel contest .
m was by at the Everett hotel against
United States accomolished
'; there is one thing above another important HI 'iol was by an > a tax of 2.00( ) per word, 01- Fnthermore all those
I 't that Lake City takes pride in it is the L. L. Hill,forJ75.. V. Porter bought Tuesday and fixed the day for the act of Congress passed Feb. 12, 1873.: ectable by commissioner of internal tropH.enumerated in the Plat-. TUB TKKMS 0.THE MATChmimay

I two or hundred rosycheekedchildrei the square of ground in fiont of Prf. iiolding of the State (onyeuton."r'lll'nsllay It was done by a trick. The act was ren'nU. For failure to file a copy of crops form will be carefully Ol'al be briefly stated as follows:
,pare Sheat's property, owned by that gen ( June 1st, simply by reading the title (ultmtellunt .
i is
passing to an the public passed: such message the punishment assessed they mature into The start, as already indicated, wi
f'om for $2,150); also two lots in L. Tampa as the for holding the and the clause was interpolated hundred dollars -ripc
se1ioolich day, and hundredmiasesTiud ttlal. )1He following at a tine of one good of the American peopJ.. In the be made from the Standard
addition for SJoo.::( ) houseand
into the act. "The "
'Ill same. by reverses: six months. to
or March land! the contestants
ladies at the Female neantime the politicians can con- ,
j young lot belonging to Capt.. Webster The Second Congressional District coins of the United States carr
silver
"Does the : to trouble thenajority the must reach the
school besides the with her !hal in concerned to
college appear far
,
hi ue as
as we of'
1 purse
sold for L. A. Humes'white
of hale was :$1.CHHI. Convention will be hll.1 at GainesvilleAug. be a legal tender at their normal in ( House any?" raise the ar" B. Commerce building in Chicago not
corps )young g'ut'nwn. whi' cottage wllut were sold to Dr.) :3rd.: for amount not devil
exceeding
: any fvedolan Not yet. It i is before the comnittee later than July 1. The entirejIurimey
are being honestly fuihful. prepared J. A. Post for ( ) A. ('01- .Fall in line and put the best men Supremacy IHI
for the duties of IOC.V. any one payment. on agriculture now. but the op- Another Opinion as to the Coming will be made by rail, and all
1 lfc. h's A block was bid in for $1 l 7. forward. mischief, and those rascals in uisition to it i is losing no time. Notice of the South. through the balmy days of spring,

Attorney-fU'iieral Lamar, has decided Prof. J. E. Dodd's house and I lotas Congress did it clandestinely. What oi delegations from cities are pouring the two bantams will skip the
of New York in young
B. Thurbcr
;" that soft phosphat is liable Jo tax sold to Mr. E. Baird for $!I 7i: ; also the Texas Independent (Forth Worth) are we coming to? How could we ox> in. They will be present towak Mr. 1' crossties of the great American, rail

: ation under provisions of chapteri west half of his block for :$:HI. says: Ht.flli leaders sometimes get ptct any better when we take intoconsideration against it, all kill it if they ('al." a late i issue of the Inter-State Grocer, way system with high hearts.

3,854, Laws of Florida. He has('his There are some good pecan groves in discouraged, all no wonder. There the men that (composed "There have been other of a rives his opiliolof the growing im- This i nmoIeIftransit has neen chosen

4 decision on the fl.t that this is not n Florida. '1'. F. Bruce, of Monticello i I l is much n.fol'l needed I in this world, Congress since 1805. One writer tells.'I similar nature introduced into the Mirtance of the South and of her for the simple n'nH1 that the referee

1. "marl," within the meaning of the has a of loo acres. 'Ihl trees are Sf much that it seems like mountains us that "the Congress which inaugurated I' Senate ali House, have they not?" coming glory. This is i his prediction : ('al in this way more easily accompany -

legislative enactment, but a "phos flye grove old and are (, each.Major to be moved. And when they get to the present financial policy was "OhI, yes; .('vlml But this measure tht'l than in any other. These
phat." In other words, lime in ('fU- years Russell, of Ohistee, : $1( county actual work, I the grain of faith even made up of 250 banken and lawyers has its underlying strength in the I No other 5 l'.t"U( of the country gentlemen i will not, of course walk,

{ with phosphoric acid i is .subject has a -a'I'e ali i is now si as large as a mustard 2.1 is found anil 22 farmers, and the same wrier enactment into law of its ('ontclill| haH such r'.HI.t'H. the South, and their journey)' wi be ('omfortbly conducted -
\ to the fertilizer. tax, but in combination ting out of gr\'t ico' I acres. He sold: wanting in (those who ((' reform says that a subsequent Congr(' was ra'. The whole machinery of the "('(':\e tll'ha'I. been blessed with iI)' :of very

.. with carbonic acid it is not. this anotHI' ;>0 cents pound fo:- 111(1st.VIm'kimig a reform i is like getting composed of 189 bankers, 99) lawyers, government i is seeking to cripple and (too: big crop cotton and prices little vehicleKNoWN
crop : t religion on the 'orthodox plan. 14 merchants 13 manufacturers 7 doctors have to a j oint which is
t the I (hit su'imere they tc''lhli
: To get t the voice of as to a planting purposes. tual: !, ofOcean wip'llt lot'ril" unremunerative AS A KAIMVAV
.11' VELIPEDE
tl can't religion unless he farmers not I generally (
p'oll' A get 1 mechauio, one. hl led willing the ( !
sold (hits'etr's 1:1 a frm
Miss.i
: 1101:1 huliual
tax flr'frld'l : Springs be convicted his some seem to that the They will travel in state ali keep
alprlpriatol wants it. I It' may ( guess if the truth was known this is a jMM-ket, our system of trd It'ple thing .
the commissioners of 'funt. crop of the 1p.'I' :11,1"lil'- sins, I but t can't I I hl' ('lnn'rh'll to salvation fair sample of all our Congresses up to the faces of the |poIr and > i!' to drop out of the the two pedestrians up to the mark.
decided that an (election ty for:$1! per pound, 1 lot (' t unless he I wills it. So with reform. the Brotner farmers, rhlll viceand mercantile juggleryhroadeAst. south, when, in point of fact, it may From Jacksonville, Messrs. Burtz and

$111. and that they could. ascertain the enough to supply the demand. Airs.Dumas I I. The l'-work'I'-the I veryones how present do you tme. to get any better > ,(: ." lIe a benefit to them. It ivill doubtless Pimberley will take the justly famous

popular sentiment by a personal canvass I of St. Augustine(', has a 11:1 needing w.t it- J''ogniz their lined, treatment than)you have when "I)() think, taking into consider- lead to a further diversifying of Savannah, Florida and Western to
Some of (the you
paying themselves S-aday, at an but thrifty grn' appreciate t thl '' ( sit on the leave your business in such hands? ition the strong leverage of influence her crops, and the st 11.'of economical Vayo'ross. Their way to Albany will
explH'of&!T. They chose the latter are
Fortycitizcns t! includingsome They :.t in tu'il prime and hll- in their behalf. Yet they go back t wllmight lamb. Well, we are to mention other thingsof pecuniary the South had to make ('( ) for cost and from that point to Macon they

of the leading taxpayers, presented apetition jug vigorously. II which! also a groveof (the worll, the flesh and the (Icvi to-day just in this fix. Gol seems to nature, that bill has u chance 2' from this tmt forward she wou' will flit like fairies over the South
the tax. 7-year-old trees, are beginning your of to Atlanta their
still have ( western. Thence
against fear a laugh from the old be and kept away for I I am prepared to see the city men greater 'll'm'ltl proserity
to bear. for fear of the 10+ deif."e alone. It is too The constituencies [> as the r'uu If reasonable effort way will be over the famous East
A Yalal1 cnrrcsitondciil of the Lees- parties, I' perhaps preciousfor vote against it. country -
Commercial gives an account of Ortmmd (/t.: bur festival which would seemto the web of slavery around the freedom demonetized until 1890 when the government interesting for their members iftht.y This is i the result of her range of then on to Chattanooga, via. the
The new Episcopal church upon (the climate and the natural n' of Western and Atlantic. Cincinnati
(lint scarcely that the treasurer our"t.1
be better honored in thit'hii'eteii thanin of this people provided .do.
i is 'finished and it is I tl''an "
Iln111ul !nearly ( do awake and coin ) ) her fields, forests and mines. will be reached by means of the Queen
the b. "The bird believe it mite. \Yllu purchase which it : .
() &'rv atn'e. hunt exHvted| 2lr'J'1 be held! in it a thoul $.11,0( 'hli tilsto'orrec and Crescent, and after leaving this
alas it be too late. with the'proviso he ------- --
a nicniu joined in IItl ladies, who from It is a handsome !- may per i!- ASNKNfiMRXTS. for will be
week 11Xt Iuwlay. CASH VALUK 1 oiiit a bee line Chicago
has l
followed (closely' :i I t should stop i at his discretion. "One of vast magniwle. I u "
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( 1'ntt'nUu .trltun. ali 1..Its I'n'li upon 1 want circulation to be gold, into Our laws say (that lands mint: be made over the great Big 4 line.
of IIau a
cheering h.r" grown 'ollercal
waving: I Uttli the architect m and I iuii IMtALLS ON TuB FUTURE The edestrians will be
cellent shooting done by the hunt'n.H .11. silver and greenbacks. I want the crime. It has honeycombed Imsil', assessed at their "full f'a:1 value." young

writer describes :m onslaught on Bev. Dr. Kileaililf New York Secretary Or POLITICAL POWER.U'PI coinage of gold and silver free, and. I and is absolutely!! ruining_ .the! !tm.1 who This is H,111ol doneand. it i is hard toascertain ATTIKKI: IN APPROPRIATE UNIFORMS,

the returning birds of spring as "un of the American HomeMissfonarySocictypreachcdat grl'poltkal and economical want tHem to circulate ana not Il stands at the basis of all industry. I what are I their I full cash supplied by the great New York sporting

oasis in wiiitt'vert4aiiari the year may t the Orniond battles ( fltm't', says Mr. Ingalls, banked away in the treasury or anywhere refer to the dealings and manipulations gixxls house of Peek & Snyder.
hold for us." church Sunda>, night to a large, "will be fought in the :Mississippi valley else. 'Vei we are all satisfied of market reports of agricultural \alu('. Some contend that when land is They will be provided with every appliance

interested audience. He i is making a all I think the West will nOIIuat with gf'nback" We think more of products in our cities. The mal or 1 uly nd vert Ned and sold at pull(' sale, requisite for their comfort, and
An order was issued by the court directing of Florida and visitingall points them we do of silver. For who have the largest credit or
tour ( a Democrat for the oflice of chief to-day J'I < that the prices obtained in that way the provisions for the trip will be
the "llrit'ofYoiusia: county to the circulation of silver is hamperedwill bank account purchase
I of interest.Jce.sburfj executive as ('early as 1SM! ;. the amplest should be fair criterion which tmn-i orted upon the referees' veloclpede. -
select by
I a juiy right of (ltinuing this thienmeanil viewing all sorts of conditions, while we every day thousands of dollars' worth a 1
upon
cower of Mrs. Eliza. U. Norris widow OtHinwrcidl.We national: politics, Democratic and have ncarlyOOfOOOOO( ( of greenbacks of, Say wheat or corn, and not one establish the "full I cash vii tie" assessments The contestant* will be required to

late Gt. H. 'Norris, in the la1" were shown the other day the )Republicanfrom a hrlulpoint of view, that cir'ulat and is doing u* guxlmervice bushel changes hall: Yet, upon the ; while othl'r contend that wait no longer than fifteen minutes at
Norris estate, one the hide of an alligator U: .feet live inches when the bankers lake fictitious figures of these gamblingspeculators
larl.t r. Ingalls said : except public sales are forced sales; that behind any OJKMJ draw bridge. At the expiration
county,valued at several thousand in I length. These big alligators are becoming :1"A ('()ili tii.i of supreme i IIw'r is u notion and lock these up in the their accredit! agents, saK-s and! ( of that time, they will be allowed
i are judgments
dollars. Mrs. Norris takes this few and far between. They forming between the( West, South treasury UK). The treasury belongs to acting in direct: concert i ith them tl'e to cross by any means that may offer.

step to protect her interest from a claimagainst are not seen often. and t the South t Atlantic stl tl!, or the them. It is their big warehouse. and buy or ,sell the actual crop throughoutthecountry mortgages, and hence no one except In spite of the oddity of the'wagrr

said estate by the Illinois heirs. Leesburg holds its own with the he-i Mississippi Valey, the Gulf I section and .!ieyjtiSt tumble our circulation into ,raising depressing pl.t'at those who have claims against the and the novelty of the trip, the

AJury aside last summer attempted to set of Florida towns for push and business, the South Atlantic country. I favor v.utt when they don't want U!to have pleasure.. You wilotl'e they lands take any interest in the sales, THK MATCH IH BONA FIDE
her dowvr, but its report did not for solid l, substantial do not meddle any
and future prospects it I have always endl'II'(1 any.
cover the proper land. 'growth. This i is the verdict of persons personally all it by my political Why is not grenhacki as good as staples or the product of manufacture. and that private sales, tht'rl.rt arethe in its nature. The money is already

The Florida Southern Railway Company I who are in position to express an conduct. promote Under the redistribution any other money? Mr. Cornuschi They confine themselves to fairer ('ri'riol to go by. 'fh'f'I. up; it is in the hands of the genial

being all that portion of the intelligent opinion on the subject. of political farces by the eleventh census nays before the monetary commission grain, cereals, ('otou. wool, cattle amid) are, at tn)rate, great disparity between Tom Bay of Palatka, and the public

from Gainesville to Perry June- hi'' the admission of new states in.reference t legal tndergrenhack' I bogs, or their prliuet. They fleece prices obtained at private> and may rest assured that on the first day
r Florida curiosityin aUI
There i is a genuine "Many the farmer easily first, Uwt, an of March, Jesse S. Burtz and Arthur
and from Perry Junction to East at the home of J..1.ir. in tie Northwest thet of politicalpower people suppose de. tH at ( and it i is ini[>ohsihle for Piml erley will put their best foot
the
Brooksville via. Ocala I.'hur has been transferred from the pemls upon the promise-of government all the time. luLleI
the and Leesburg, : Hsnt1. time ago Mr. B. baseofthcAlleghaniestothefootoftheRocky to repay them in metal one dayor &You, twrlor' hold the whole ( al'"or .to (.1 just what 5 is the forward for Chicago, from the steps of
from Junc-
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wit to brnche Perry dig : well in his :m1 Mountains. It is within this other. This promise does not add trlle transaction to meaning of the words their full cash the Standard oflice.
ton and the branch to .
had down but eight feet ln.'l Further will be at
He gone statesmen of the immediate to the power of paper t and crime-producing? So the 1 lawmakers particulars given
nail all other branches, to a great area the purchasing I %iilme! under the statute. -
spurs the well digger suddenly came of for itself. The later day.-Standard.
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It makes difference daily a
etc., and the Charlotte Harbor divisIon future will area of greatest political money. no I I speaks paiN
diameter should fix
live feet in some more
of the Florida hole, hubble-lkl These states under the what material money is composed, rll.k of financial wreckage(', tlrt\il
Southern Railway stream of pure, activity. its methods of the cash Florence, S. C., was hopelessly iri
into ru.hell The
being aU that : will have a ma- whether it is costly or otherwise. blasted r'putatols11 sui'idl establishing
Portion of the road conS crystal water large in volume as a next apportionment of tender value to cashier anti: lands. The rental valuesfor debt by the continual planting if cot
tflicti! from ilartow to Gorda a and buckets iority of members in the house of representatives law legal gives tnef f.wton. : value of
?a branches, and all Punt belonging man's body. "A force pump to bail it out in the senate and in the money, and that value i!increased or are public victims ofa bussiness and dwelling ton. Last year the farmers changed
into II'ollrtl
use
Raid were brought electoral ( ('. This coalition has diminished in proportion as its volume public "main Allured by gambling from cotton to tobacco and This
roads ((
'g for ,
t being 1.162,319 but to no when Mr. B tlt- less." glamour they uk themselves in is a good standard fixing the values year
acres purpose or ,
s greater
politicalC8US4.'M '
by
been prevented
city of adverts t be sold in the z proceeded to wall in the bub I heretofore which are now being rapidly Gold! discriminated in favor of in the effort to wrong others, and in the in town and cities and in the country are $.V>0,000 ahead. This teaches a

Monday, the ble" with brick and he now has a It alone is enoughto ceaseless struggle for wealth be divided lesson that should be heeded.
1t itaf March, 1892. John King 81.'S be removed, and when the estrangementpa many ways. good among lands could ', into three .
well of as fine water \ foulIanywhere. duties interest the their (founded on rascality -- -
Phillip Walter are the masters. ( away the coalition will come instantaneously pay import on associates classes, and the I(till cash value"clau
comesfrom
He thinks the wat1 and it will be complete. United States bonds and the principal and p'rlltuatt1 in wrong) their misfortune Mr. Stephen D. Pool, managing
't could be omitted
The county commi'ioner' conven- some subterranean spring. The cleavage between the Est and of the sme. This right is not in- is made the brief mention ofa ulogether. editor of the New Orleans Times-Dem-

ton which ad- evident radical herent, it is given by law. The greenback newspaper scandal or a private jeer
TnlahaR 7bbaccolYant: the West is already
Joure sine die at o'clok Lake City differences which exist respecting is good enough for one hayseed Men in this House tell me they do not Jerusalem, the holy city, will soon I ocrat, and a thorough journalist, Ii

imoniug' having accomplished Mr. R. 8. Pritchard, six miles southof of, the taritl'and the silver issues. t pay a debt t another, mechanic intend to legislate morals into any- b connected with Joppa by rail. dead,

Jiotulng better than t recommend Lake City, picked from his grove I.


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IT: RESTS WITH YOU I Ic ra :...i .i -' Notice of Final Discharge, j jt S1LRN4--17 &
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BRftoFoPCL'u1iLLcpH.VKURUi ( m-t t-.et I :-t4.1 2Zf dat tO H.o.I Wa.1fCt F. I7 TItUBY3

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Editor an-3 Pocthcr.'IllC to a -s&.. : n reaJpGe.nra
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For the Displa) cf cur Products Ii; t.i!.! n-any.lo tt- n Ln-ir. s on j jCo otee.Sx WhOBS&B!
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1, f'r'.O /=r jf-r t ct;.!:dhr to r.:4isr I.i f-3e i% ( : 'iBcr r14r-r. Kr>-iVkLf--r--t :ae Fzy,
i* cn-er as t-t'tirt-Iy :xaroeri. ri-nar ;V'it v.t-ll! l'f* rij r rose N' E trj 1'-t ScCz* tri F- L. Csrr.

: 1 lV e Slam the Door Of. mtfl. v tcr r-LiI rfli l '; i-' k iT
-* -- -- ; I'r'erity in onr own Face, .> tL': mrizrir.t- t rug LtrTr* rnn PWE 1 ci ti-* Broth*' s::;: i

Hon. 1*. M'-Qsa/l, s-rnar nfl Or shall We S SCJO io cn : -e fry sy in rhcL :t tvt.i I I4i ;, A E. Rxrv2'if.r. tzd 5 ?. 'nb T (if r""""

Jae.-.n'rjl W"1 o'lrjly At hi. I Ihn.e L. ::, br4 vfK. t-e .: it :* =* fJ : Absolutely! Pure. -Erz.T itc rrr' fl : Ay3'4n Feed Hay

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on Mshv.! Mr. McQ'uiiatvl z aIn' i': *.1 ':; s "lbI .nory ; rolst' -. .

4'I )aLkIYI Lx w :*, ---t ft14-inr: .t C7- f Lr: i ..w..r. flzT c'rrT*=i S P. -tii7U:*
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ir.f i IN AND WIN ? j jti i *r,;:.f rTx-Ct tUrt-fr :n hirr.H.If If yuj' '*: io-J itretr.l. I. ia tnt- V-I.C r le r.tr#of Dry Goods Millinery 5 ;

t TVUCKt-xk tii; K. CV ria : F L !?* ,
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---- L. Iir-vc ir- tiv cr'.C"? fair is a c--*! att..rtI.ernent I 0. 0. F.rzaL : :
I U'flLj;( f & kJ.i V.-w i 1 i rc"rhir.r ar i pirtT "' ( 'ieZ bSLinua
11... 1.'ijtj-: r.irz: /th a "c 7 it J II { --: : e-'rF Tc4t Civr L.-e !niI AniHardware FcrnirZ tot. a I :; 'izs
I HAk I jg! t >y ? r.rvo : r ;l c'v;: ; r.t -r 'I !. Tr.- i 1 rtl SrrTs.i2ie- E t-rrs. q .
In. bia. t'erf a *i=r LZ.'Z yoa b/ -A-Batt5asr( Irfhno1
OfJ ii r-ji'r to |-i ;f t-O Ot.4 t.:1q-f jc : !- ?I t.r. .-ri4r2Lt: Si5: d.-int C

JIeei.f:5! !iii1 i *, Jiil.rain, rakEE: Vwttfj .rrteirtr.ti Iie tLe above we civ! !.- *'b_ crt'a"ui.'l ,iih h. j.- :f.-::; : Tte ; H-iYr; n;isthe a-i v(9 f.-.i r-v1r.3I' : or teJfeii II a..F ul&.d..L.L..b CaR as-1 .ztv

ft-vf-r that hil3itn" will no: ; vu bj toe cisy paptrs. ar'l *.e F. Se.c a'--d 4h. L i firs: 3ZCniY r.icici BaiM-r. I1s..iy
lld tLe e.cqurfct Dr. cut..rr: oen ./_ mot'- aa.1 e iotr f thL' Ccort% wica Fr *
L* duly! 2PIti'I. } ]ii oort cu<* inserted Lj iocc or wrnen --e:: a kr. t TOO br dfiajt
iu faror of r prot illative at the w.r1d11sir Bradford Ledge, No- 42, F. fc A. M.AXet L B. Ruocw.j .
I atr: t rMrt rcfrtctioas whether to t tte ,,. ig Ciena
; ( /ur quota ttad Lt2 ; J'.rdo quici-j Ti-r-i r BizU b-for* tfc-.lhird Ulster*A aon: y.fthAdrrrnt Wand .
Hon. Ilolrf. 1)ati' of I'aiatki hiftJEcially etch raoctY 1T.. Weks.rr; e3n wan.t
: Ust qairttr they tYs c:*! to pay fcr pr.ut- j ra
; t ij ar..l Lerrfyy!! thit we aoul*! tOt Lavtri 'G2' J. M. JOHVS. u vr.M. henn: c' $ra..if-.s'2 t1>!*:*of To suit in' ta.e icy pocket.ay -
aiuion.v-.) that K. i i- not araodMale Tfcjuk vr lor Ltc-.d for fcUrvinj: uaney. f' ii a *.-rstisl -
; il thai Ltd I \ ; E. araI4ae- ,-/r rtrrc rt.fy st t kC g *p'r Furniture
rt-Iiwd! before iwxt we -
> opnc
for go'rnor, and that I.i- ''The tin: c ire u riv>lved ut..n; for bj ] e'-t cc-pj of th* or-2-.ctl CD 3> ia yJan. kitd of rr ibtie
lyr !
puree-fin
I CCMER L. PEEKATTOHKKVATLA
woal'l ijot sect-pi a nomination Li.tiug ai.otlir mea! perLr-* furtuat in : WLt-1 T I a4 of I eo I thi3.
Ltl te tr :iu to fair btIe. | W and >OT-1R\ .
j no r.ar our =t-r :! iLL
ahoaM it \\x .l lri- I him.FJoriila .
ten
: the .Jape r>f tSpJojn.fEt nwy ?rnie! njx>n w r.WrtL3.: .
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Lim -;if .,i hIs cbiMrtn. It :Ler tli. s iLi j -
-- tbe fatherr n.otLtr and make ] Fire lrmurance.UrEPyL& C.erk Crc2. C'JC.-
mti-t 1- at the p'x.f po- kt: hrr hysl tLe tn ;lltt load bo Le can L !!52. -VIN FSTCOODS IPH1CESJOSEPH $
I tb:c the parchaxe meat as e'.i a* tread j IJINLJON i OIBE.PP.VItEUX -
fair. I lov! H'vuM a P'iori'Jian fl if 3ri!, crs'i J into it f sce do*a 1.4 1 pull the 7.sttTrN. (ilEE.wICH.rJ.thITh. CIROHT COmT. tTH JUDICIAL CIBCOTef ; .

] I for ftubvcfjciil tntals.j Lc.kii after hra'r an.Cofrp H.R'tt Fr 1c're. FV-r.lA Bri.rl Coostr.
he tre ti. tin-re sn< not 's -
g' HJ j THfc. DKAI>LT FAKAM-f.T. I ?rurv. <1 IC1r Iocs of Lan.1 n U *! ; Lzux A. PLcg,
his ftate njn-teriu..I. "> no tr.kIi. .D-rn it a county for **:<:. '5PaE3iZ.

ET11I &'11T4t I} at Iat it the *'>.*<: cilttj c* e u>ay'crii'u be .isiy JET nx aiDA.STiliKK : ;t.zymHEdf.rtan'4nii ECKE3BT

; with rtf'-rtcc'-> the ruA ac J Die ; Beware of Ointments for Catarrh < j.-i f A R ,
Florida ? That Contain 1 bnr*-.-2.1-1 >inacl Pfct rnthr > !- -
Mercury j
'a Hard ui.if ,
r'l-inu .
of $/. /; tirst* are tnd
HOUSE. : tr&ir.*** trn--? tbttyVoI : ri r.m
I'ennnlvania stand"* in dnt ofIo f ;tr.-y: corcpJufctii; ol and ti.e Farn.crs i AM rnen-ury wai; -: r-ly tJroy the ( -rrib-rtr i JclrlfTSA! all other pw.c -
'f 'merl s..t.d .lran A r---zk' 1'v' I I-c-
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r'r
? fS + -npe :rtert "lUtsk* w>u>- thit 'h"iT rrrtv
ing her An lraiarj! ballot la Ai.iij'xtL*t bagz rd chi.d fjkiid dtijrsrt { the whole > el:<-in i.eu fent -rii:? it : Easy (fri acc** to ai p--.ru ..f the tuvki. ia **>J Cf=a'y ba-l *natactd *t tv ut

throu li the insdvr-rU-ni! inK.-rtioii of t ;:44l poverty-!* .U.L** all: toil* ofj t throuth the rjioi szrf.i,. SiJs Terns rsw.l1it-! of the pl-:r.tJr ttrc- WUUim X P.oee. aid
ect r
2 that rtii defeodtcM ar* hertby repnrot to
rtArl4uk! b u'i-.i
th word 'not*' liy aci! Iatitf- clerk j 1Pi..si4e *od imj.(>t-iL'e uLtrrrjrs f'-r bcl"o roin i.ever hyidns.ze-pz snprQi.riptiOVus : Mrs Wm- Edwards, PrepMAIN thr ptara4te in said court on or before thrt .* .
reriuzhe D. I"52 the '*Eeth
M'-o-lav r.JApnS. A
in a pla.e srhtre it had no bu-ine>K t Zi.e : rrz'ri std : .Lrr : c&rdito I Iii. .Ja3kZ thPV will 'Ic !'-ii f.sh-l t'. .yiliEET.S'arke l +th day cf,avi month and a nil!*diy

Thin 14 IV nrnaTll thr- frt irIi.tthc.wier. Yet t.e AILC! ia v rte waxi CRS bei the tool -ou eui irf.. .ihiy drivi fn,iii F'.oridn. uxl p>*,l"or d -r33r to tL dcUran fJ'In
i i I tJ'titi Hill's L".iiarrb Car*. snii.uf ;t>i i iifrlbv ; r.. -fl avJ canse or jatm-e br default will b. ntr-
tlj., .-lgf; of refotm ha t', the rn.n Lu mtvtr ec.thr'uz1 F. .1. ('kznev i Co., T-Joio. O.. -i a'tir.-t tben a&i'tSwir prop-rty sold :

nrw'to Krike a knot.-Hi.of gale if iLtrt fc9 a jxin i! cr.-niairife no inert-ury. ad is tAktr: in- i StitctificAgsscy AzrIca fv' &iactJritr* 3: '.=.sI l.- -.

;itrnai.y, an-1 MS direirljij-*- i thrj fwyn Tto. Z. Ero.
c.>a lj m er tLe !tcc :: pirucuUrly! *o
TJ cuLo .iznrwratir..4iir 'ttc j blood and iiaoujutf of tin; > atw. : At.rL.y
in rcrtrd to { In bnyir> ; Hal9 ('4tarri <*urfe lr> s-ir- iT T7 7 KWiv ot-rk cf e>* c.rsnit cf-irt inin
arc- .- **! thmMh r- into WORLD'S lAth ( { you t&t t, e puiisi nfIt N Uikeu inter- j ; r the -"nt-tt cf 2riiror-L noridi. do h -rhr -- -
intf cfc--Tiox.
< \S4Wi %ri-afv tha: ty* ti.Tc ji a trcf and's ct
the Ltit-f! that the n-pnhiicar.* are iiah\.xn-I msLII Toledo. Ohl>, bv
-sthkh is irei'.td iij a rtu usd mtrilkc c'-rc-.th' .rs".r i n'Hs.* c i fi> ta rnyoe. _
making tnl l3" a harn titrht for ofce ; : F. J OiMiey A To.b i St ;ry Lin.1 -- tb3s day of I _- -__ -
Lj : fi Hbxr.tvci brou Lt up Tt ia 11rZi. 7rio. per ?ion -..: -
during \\." j-r-1--'*! yfrar, wouM do Ss25 ,. 7. TEF-

well to l llie'-c- othrHJM..-, an'l get ton vtoui.t of tli ctccsiary tj 'ICLYCATS. Clerk Ctrcnit Couit.Incorporation .
I D1br.uli ft wJ.my ti.uc! teI 4 T ACE MARKS. : z. :':--i
down to JI.l! ui rk and htlj or- j 1 Many pernn. v ij.-, recf>ver?
ganiz- for a ti.tiiiisation of democrstic -I t u.t t'.iy s Mvfey nzecer) 't.*"s.re nw trotinie-i! with a p
1Ir4va4r. Our !Ieg.ii-r.; at zLtrI | *-i.t cs.I:.;". ( r.atrls-r.Ri14 *.zh It.rn- : Lj fT ZLL nt. to
nie.An fady wiii ;promptly lvrn iliji C0Iih viiir'Liv' JTLN.\ Cij, Er ,Al/qrr. Nia.O6t Company.N'7r .
I at lrt&ted I1LS irnprrtt.: tAuf o ;: veiy the I'.n.rs.Tiiiig ; Era.7 select l r ; cut t-r w U trt lt before "E i* h'rvbr iv-n thit U3 seeps !
fccurre'I in .- the U.V ; f Ion Si. sn <-uch cnw'e *- ,
arnnsiiz iici'It-.l quttlioa iu aa equally tbortai htfittr. mvi- cur*- in a very s.horl :itne. i"> una.i'tioiiljn ceut te!pcL- c ti tctlse fiTtsj f.-e or ci-uv* ic the -f <

the c-in-utt . cntjerIt } .I* them-and.-!Tinf'-o4e1.4 th&.-i u.Tlrsi'..liiti.an.r. .l hav corroraten < f jrtt-, of all kind*,_speeial Orders promptly attended to.

le! A i.io hoy hi-in,.' tried for L<; uowe! {*r th-r-asn 1..aiutI.r asy!- ESI>? Ti.tr Ito.iJ GaiC's'Tule.'or Ccsan ----r- -- -

tao air of trfiintr* and > '. .Mnae* lot >ale at the !Jlakerv: ansi ai HeitK-rirer i Kchard
Mfalinjr j og with Ler *iittr "TLe 1'rnsnez.il Florida a.pareiyx.nth rtibc-r a *iim | if: cItL :1 tha tN- mrt- en sr-ic. ;
Wrg'4 amun.z-s. 'o tt.ihzt 'r-ttifz t i-s (4 r.ra froa the city o'
han no Ia\t-r, the j'i'lye asked taLe" liit "Land ol L'uparalK-d licsourOr -' tLance f-tr n-prtrnnlstior1 it tin- worM. ; man nca'l ixs wtb'jii& 3.Oft a (;ti..1i.i-. t!.r; :h et'Ity of

him if h'- itirid toej k. He rt- etc f.c ia IaCL !the Lit-i thai tjst., fair The b..p' of levying 1st for ifcit \ ''rsI.i.s2zas.4r: bLsi ex tZw3wa7 rbL Add rtsa- Vf MtTSX i CO, j f.ra4\jcLtj.; To fSi..Ld(1t Li ru-r) '-f."Oa T-n-mo'jhar'1 c.nv! rc1- I ;..b-.._-tt,..-;.- -;' c--. !! -..-;-.--L----. -.t.--!-:'<<-.!-.- c'V 4.L-i.. 4-. .'. 4-. 'id S. 4r '
-- -
plie in hiP afiiinialiveand, .roflptI% i of tl; p4.i-.ti..n of every tiling 10 njiktj j :purjvIjafc f1iii t-l. !, wliti the next M.ep j 'Tniv-! Hotel.Th ; rr-U.:h -;: <"" ) iff '.la--r.-iT %iarKr.'itru i..y-. .
ftsssl tiwflurnjr f =. I'i-o Hrnictlo nc1ii.t.c:.
'firt tr'The I ,Is %
v !iUfla11y pi'y .i;i i S lL7a-r- Tr-.ri RavAUcLua :iTT

'l'ik' at the j'idge and j jof rdegated to obscurity rnuel alonef! ail lie question to the nit-cling of thc cmi'.tyc -inn. i -' j1' ::!..- Tnvt-it-rs; hi..l! a* Th Ln-; csp'i : C.--1ny !' tC'a'l Aliaiezi

jury. I tLesU.tcs. tc rniiS.t-g ui the ercut iuurtanqctt -; ..rsmiss'.ortS at T ifibai-i.! was i."t v.-fv :>CkttYi <- 7 h''.- f.s nt,W Czniriict.-tI l Sin d-'i; iSito s1 aSir : ti a I"prirr Ye i9iI

______ ____ ____ ____ .
'jtiwitb j I h.; EMr .ri--i'i <". Vrn-'k-rn j.Jan. vith 1 s--- ,'- te-.f b J4---?;:; :
ii ,
LatI.iriI Cbica text year 4 4C.U,4 --urngrp to th- zrif-meri oon>tituing! I c uu:>. TU-r;i.
] JatkTin
FJ I'sr.oa Sonili tirkt-t Z-o.i to riICr: Iks-M1a #;a (Ir: )
: nil her glfU kbe l-tk'- one- j vi's fair : Florid. The I I E7 (1. .
the ticr dinc'ory raijing
;, ha f.iI.1.eflfJ(4)) ).aIiliCtOn. Ir' :n .i.i m. 'h hl..t.-l. i 4:_ I +- r Tj'-i
kghJIt&rb With bl3lTi aid tOU.n.03 hji legislature 'itl-.rly filed! to pmtidu f-.r ] 1 l. Tyv-It i # v-t rua a Irs-i- '!,o- t .1. ii 4'tI.r---
lar }has 1/teii faithful
The J Un 'i 2
luke't.P4Lrisc. f>T l -i r? V:. -j'. !.' hv i. ti l 'tr-I J. KC35. Fnn. Teaming
this work ami the .mniis-Eon rN DCBLE
worker in l-e! iem* rr3tic party ansi important ; L TiLTES.Ian. I I IGft eft
rin::t'n-iit wi;; 1" !.rntuj.-t.r. ir! P.nrSPUING 5. I.rnSIipfi"
Las } l lr.r in-tninitutal in i&.1 citizeu.3 COU U j ers rltlir.d to t.ike IIL e rtajnv.MLi'ity of K U .
g..n -y t./ii < ri*. 'S t- -cdilel! titi s.ive .urrr'ilI :: ;
liridfin; or the rupture caused V>y not biix.lw t..s: Me* of JL.c fcialc proving iu.boafetc'i doing! so. T.ie j-g"HlaTur.- dil! tl.e saint tle ':. 's r. ; a1F.iaiy 4. ii1- -;

the la'e Mnttonalntcft.. It it.wnctrely wealth and public f>piril to be i thin: ir. Nortb Carolina! I.i u :'ie state j jVrtr.i : vj ;VlK1r.t.r -:-.--:i ;

hojie1. tr.at u will *o.va \lie fyunrtt uon fn'.rc prclccsorly.. 2nji ngiicu'tur: of thtttats took j jLoi5 TKI131BRADFORD DJiT Jo Hire At All Attended to.

and ;tit be thought if pov rty or fulse t-cm o: !.he rr.a't-.r icJ sutcei i = l. '
over i! s'iiiTaieflt resuii : < n -ur ; vrccfc trrtf i-r--;:*") i-;iiM ont o

S i.iitlicati .n. | 1uy fotbd-J an iX Iii Lit. They vrr-i.it. foi Fl'-n-i-i! Inno :ch b-Mnl and nii,l n't* i iinj' CCUSTT HIGH SCHOOL .I tl e -i!>-tf 'I- r"liiv Ju'-'-f Era :f"-d TIMES. Giy us a CcJl.mt .
-r.vintr .! tf-i tcrcte.1 A. I' 1J1 i I $
I work vi-h auvicind prtcepi k.iTint .;;tir. : : ri': :'v tcii.'fni:< 'r ahaodon this ? 1 y-. r.IErs'. .! n ? PI'i-V- .! eL I }iVl

.7' Two tioa! iJi-l Tammany Kiave t nothib undone iu their q-ie-t for fuuCsI 'j'l allio; Jiier, and i? ili.- !ktu-r. it v.iilbe : j j i.-'.---l<-.-<}--rT-u-'rfthed'en>' *h- frl.w.-.I-d-Lint. >in? DAT lir'zJr.!b.' i'rpj eet ale ;t11c.OpposlteMoltt'starrtazeSbop

4 will g'* to the Cliica: o convention I for a cifiitnblt: txLLt. Tbty vvtreI r-'jB! Iii :tiyiiiZ for Lcr ; iibc! rpiri'.eMr. I-Vbrnarj 'Jfh, 18O2.UATKS I l-'' 12.V f-' t eas*a"d TTS r.n 'h'>C'.rth and s-wh .
from New V .tt. Thy 'AJJl travel e-:. ":'> ft i. rth .- r: I tb'-ii wits' t-i.d
at bowtvtr and
tLtn ltt cit izI: -M.t ci.J.- K-niwt l f-n tr<- bv lot 11 W. it rT.il STAUKK, PL4.
in three niiil trains of 12 lcejin lilt upon tbc plan of calling the ----S 'TUITION : \ '-|, nowowne-i by \Vv R- r.p. an north by1M + ,

cars each. T'je 1 J.eadqwatters of the f. "V. H.->*-.i. prfpri.or of t eio i. n"f-rv, !"; nttrc-i bv J M Johre. an j COL>.TT COMVIISsIGXKHS Fi'sc Ora-'e upt' Fr.rrh F.-.r 51.00 j! tr- r. .n hAM br !kt frissfl' !.
U(jtn I,<-! :;'*. Onntn, "j.eof tht tiiss-.t ><
]legation in Chicago s il! he at the 1 bv TVm T. T>m't> wr.1
.
together at 1 .liaijasMic U try to induce Fj.A (I(1 innj !k-,ts--.! i in sti<- t-.:, s<> I tit. Gn*J. ijp 10 Int r i ik.te A.-IlLsit tic. hr V.-t 'cl---. r,'. fh- S-->. I'a bT C .'t -trt
].fin
# r }..i\c l fenij:2 e i In.-:,?..* ;c T.X W< f.f S'.VV of I tired. Tl-ii tt-p vviu haiaii; witL j .y byj i K K.. .-opviiri-rs: "re-h'lf acr-. mo-e or Ks.*.
leaden of uil! lie in 5_ itli kt ni'.' i-e-ut: .---1-; LLNE. SHORT( ) L1iNK
} Tatnraaiiy FLORIDA( TRUNK. : ]
: ibe frkc'l: .-: i-t sLite ajd succeM was froir .-n.lrei! i'.r jiixnironti.. >iird GraJ. % coa..tic.n: chc<.|eoiifvto Al- I a-.d wj'i ofTr-r i'-" imfor'si- to the krt
ii 1 c delegation.It j 1 et' I and vs: ).hi-11-rf'.r ti in fr rt of th* ri. llctue. New Orfeass! i nd ti-1 lScJ
expec:4d. iu tlis rtrii place: si LCO tLe It ran l-fi ,l'inlfrl t4.'di; l-i- i-lt-t it iplei i- gctra. Latin, ..t=.. 2.33 i irj i'J coucty a:J s-tate wi bin J'-ral hour InrvciciatectK'a* to alt' poii-ts Ni-rtii est ar.r. .oril ej Knf.au rewl
-- | isit to tike ai-J '' V bd fr-fr i of fjC.t f n the .
{ iiiH
l Kcuiv IrotaTanipa t.*Cincinnati vi5houct r ;e cf aw*| i* a pity that:! the law agtint j Jjoirirntnl i-f t.e! liislntuic the ad- : from cnlurofurin KH'l tiie .jiy >;!! .!: <:. j FtrthG.-ftc. C'-il-'jriat*, A' tftra, GCOMerr. i Fir t ?:or.diT of Varc\. D 1; -2.i via Monk.t-iSo andTnoioisTjb'
cf ibi'uit bad i 'l's. aTf t-li? tl.e Ttls d.iv of ant m mth asd a TI.TJKtttl> iit rifeet Jan 4, IS92.
animals i" better ractagofi >r: been more I II i I ti.it intutnaiv counts niixsurtil! -e:its j
-intliy iit enf lerII.I4. ; i i-iril sai-'dav Iirch' >rr'iy;') f:r lit'Pfop- _
I tborougiily set forth, and agtin, tLc Tullahassee ;.) <-tan'! 31 Ix 'lJp? for naio i if_ u1I :) s.-4-rk-i. rlc 2.:0: I c'tr .,lointf out bv piaiawifi att/>rrv. 3 i ; :ssJtTriz-L.LtV'N : i 4 u 2 Lf tt.& $ i't i
l rtrtet. other "
< cur
rr* on Among
I medicine 4 fctjfHrities may often he been a frnall sir, w L'.cb stems to act upon the STAUKE, FLO III DA. || Fr,.C. 112. Kherlff F.rfcd'ord conr.ty. Fla. -i)1 5aLT C'alUhanlck Ar 14p 7:*)a lOOp 7leSa -aLv Ea.ta l.t tOp

1a'e ri'nI l in front ofa aveiftge legislatf-r like th< oxy-bydro : A Leader. f2! QCa-pliiiaLv 'o Til Ar : -5p 6:, s.LT 1214a aar Lv Stap ICUp1'pLv
ana yokt-d
Notice for Publication. BaldwinItlTp lOfia CSaLTll 9a'.r Ltve'tk Lv 5p I
hravy load and come brutal devil ga in "1Jr. Ux's Eipciirueuts. 'usttrlyUliDg Sine its firut intrmluntion, Electric Wanted.A HpAr Miare 47 a 43! a ArSu&ir.ry.giLv _
Bittern baa Rn'mod rapidly in popular Land Office at rjainesvO. Florida, 4 12p 22:3pAr Han.hrae Lv1I-tI& Z! & 3 IP a 1C 2UAr XttI-cn !.v 4 ((9 IIKocUcviio
IP human; gui-c marlykinning the hkt Lui-inieu? vritdom be favor, until now |it i ia '"etriy in the letdninorig ffw rod Ljrs nnd GrrilUm tiranr > February 13. 13 1NOTICE 1 13 a 3 M p Ar C.tra LT- 10 2Spriny H 44 4 3.1 a 11 .Ar Lv S 6 p 41
hare btu! i is h rebT pivn tbat th"' foUowlnif- ZZl Ar silver LT 9?) 6 'i a 2 C Ar Ta.ithi.esee LTTararvs 2 1
nixH on alive lo compel it keep rLIitkt when be left hoiiie. wzt pnrf- ni"Ji<"iiMl toni.x and alteratives *<* f.>r GASKCLL LITERARY p ALT p p
(I s tt-r has fl.'e-l; notice .f hi< intention 2 12 a 34ipArT05pAr OvaL i.v 91-a 14s Ca Z43pAr Qiftcy l.vIUSp I
j.si.t. with it !M'. .h'mje l mate. Our not thought tj eftVci the cgj1ImibnIer: -'-oiUiiiiinx' nothing whifh permits CLL'B m.ta frt.ir 1Ioiever its UKe a Leverage or intoxicant, it i inreccjrnized A.idre.s .' thi t yid proof will b* ?nde bffire W T. 4 :JQ a 5 14 p Ar Lerbur LT1UIai.nt C3 P1I'4rAr i'Pssi.cLa Lv CVftSI2.X
1.ii1.i s ..hou'b!' is t.k io IhiM.1 tbrM.f f gefhIJ.-fflc1 dmtu ei the I I--t and yirt t ui li<-- Ve,-V-s.cWk of the circuit court at Stark*. PU 54 a *Opr LT I04& O'p > aAr JJoLUe LT 118*

more then a ni.I'ist.rlh, >:)L.! ITCh ibis ins for all Niluif-nU) r.f stomach, "iv rand R. L. HRIGU 1, Sin Acnl 7th. 1JS. viz. Amr* W PrT.J't. of 7Oa e3pAr Aopka LT !. 42a 'I.sp 7 41 a Ar N.-ivCris.r. LT 83fpCUiaAr
;; ; : 254 Franklin HUhUnd. Flonda. Hd. No. 173Td. for tl e S V of 9Oa (>rland.WiUwood.. LT S 10 ': Ar 7 33 aIMSpAr
Tliie i* nothing that will helt> mill woa'l unless kidiie*.mi. it v\i:! cure iiek heA'liche, inIiest,2. nofily si., Cbiu o. 115. TllpAr440pLT ft 4Op -tteorIery
tbey leVy tuc people excttiMlvtK SVandNEZo'SW.v cee2.Tn.lS.. R 21 E. ,
4 ( a LT S 2 a 2 : ) p hin7iicrL LrSMT p
and .1 inv
cjjiiKtipation ni.tlana -
,
our lo'* n 'r co'inty a ni"rh! z5 the I.r $l *.u fjv.r iluitc-f i t tie FOIiSALK.Tlit He r.ame thfollowin? wirc.s to prove hU 5 1J A 61C p Ar Dade City Li11 a 1-v! p tti Ar NahTiIe LT T A
Satisf-n-tion
from the
*4yin. gI.ar- ontiU'i'-l te'idenc* 'i-n. and caltivation of 6 as a 7 13 p Ar Plant !It 7T&ir.ra LT 5 'a 9tp 2 27 a Ar L<-ui>Tii> LT 136'2aAr
0 -. jni j>o.rd normal I i i-ut':! e.dzr The $ V. h.vii .u 'Ji: C a uy viil ix jl jrciiptr antee'I wh e4ch bottle or tlo money nost deniraii't- iisStrtrke g.-i-Unl.! viz: Ii-rrrrrifSh aiid W. J. Prevatr.r.f 7 43 a 3 IB p Ar LT 5 CO a S 10 p Circincatj LT "My7r
e'ri* ha\ s' .- ;jril l no aiii .;i will ba iefind aAr M. Ijf-vi LT 736SItfpAr >
s i
; j z; :tt: istt4tr cI'uiti.
: and U' M P.eadin of I .wpr. Florid 2 31 Ar GaseTiUsCcOar Lvli'5aLT Chicsgf IT tl5P.
sjd! by U II. itiverM. 2SprIiigtyte.tor Lot > .t.fi\a Moitt's p
tI'.I irV_ in MftiriliJJ the \ i : V ( > I V hy inHiiiontrs. '( ii; ;'I..r mIs: CuUI Co-! it\\ ] "'lop, < AL'3. LYNCH, Register.r'eb. 6.'OpAr K-v t. I AN J- Lklraca \ L .1

:.--. stnl hr\--, jilr.cn! the r..'. s oftuUi'iii tI.- ctj"r busne:
to thMn lf) .v(-xt jiri'.v, in puLc.! did iit inkc the mxtter iu Our !laity fnen.is wiio werly I., t.c prop-. & F. GARDINER, 'otice of Final Tiseharge. betwe.nJsc.enihoaed..rwOrfrnns.*.4..Sdauy. Lv LakeCitr F'ai4wi. L LT9SaLT SP TP

ort!.-r to obtain a large M-hool. ]> I! Iidr hf.rt'U il! do and "fashionably .rt-'ssi-rI l would dowell flO Fix inr.r.thsaftTdJite I vU: upplr tothc.un- FELNADiNA. AND CTjIBkKf ANOi-uUTEl 10l5aAr whitet own
as Starke
oci-c they Flit.HI
everything tj't'ze of Bradford Mate of Florida. -
to gUnce ovtr the monthly fiieltinn county. LTLT 154P
tiaclier the should 6 I 60 | I hI. t 5 fr' Ja.per1201pAr
4-rv :;i
county for fiiil fettl iBent a a-iminNt'-atorof! the
die bat tb.uk i4i.iuId be doueii es-
tLt-y -- ValdMUt 501P
tiitt' lvantarof this normal, biter in La Mode de Puri. All.uni de r U Who ar. WEAK. NSRVOUK. IJF.JIILI111 UiU>of Franz buoiicerg, JtcettJd. tate of said 4 8f)p 9 30 a LT Jacksonrule- Ar ?2 p -' Sd) a 515 LT J10
n Macon
course- i one of theft pnia sizes DO fellow can Modes or La Mode the favorite fashion iiitoi P n* TA TKU. who iii olr IT ignorance h*Ti> cour.tr. K. W TmsiR. SSUplllCaAr F.rnan !hia LT *45 p 19C4)pAr pAr Atlanta Lv I 'is

au'i attcitaAr Chattanocis_ Li_ I

!i. *lrCO the su-j! rct with which it rii-nls. explaining upon-the wMU of life. -'tAch-. baclcc.rhe, lNos.L2.9andIGdaliy.
-
; comity eornrnit'i3r4 haviil -fiuty o'y u couiparativti/ p.irsicuiirly the styles pn-vailing! sir
-. ci Kl l to let the I.eoi1 lo ole i paltry turn, no Urgct th
of let-cut not In piitrnniziMhvM.! journals! wbitb nre not 9.a: Ar Baldwin LT 4o: ;' 1 30p LT Oral 1212
u couple isndges. Matiy infavorof DEPARTMENT f
sJ -<' f vith
nlfr GFLIFKO r of hlioirie
nli lht-r Ur nl shall :i sis>t in :. > > particular* 10 f Ar Lawt j- ,\r 3 44p 17p LT TS"ildwoo 1 31
reliable but caesmsler-il! the PROCLAMTION BY THE GOVERNOR. -
only ire n'ew OCU'KEXOI'AVDR. _.
cure. I.)
nn exhibit would rather tliii.ill Ar Stnrie
vuii/iV! : fair exhihil or not, a u4 S S.it- pav r siandnrdi of fnthion whi-iever ki-own. PAKKKIt. rlS. Cherry at.. Xah.ille.Tenn.C Tr>All wh"m it may concern: 14s Ar WaMo! Ar 2S-p 3 Pp LT Lecoochrr '
Ar 312p 3
the 2Cth of March i U tin- on the d--l.nr bcn t'> J'-IM; tune gotigto T\7HEREAS. M. A. Knizht wa brutally mnrd H2Sa Ar ri3Wthorni Cp LT Oweasloro
iT'lay lay the prnctica lenson on cutting ''ivt-n eni-h ptV i %*<>incu 'vh'< havO.UIl t..ada.b.-ss. 1jc- > > >rert ty onf Franklin Sims, at Lake fcurUr. 11 33a Ar Ar 243o 331p Lv DldeCity
M-I apart, at winch time the \ otrs the {Kills tu V'lte :ig-usl it. month! in Album tits Modes and Ln M'nlrtlf. a-e. eun.l, x-anty, pofus arAptnful Brarffonl county Flori.ln. rvit-mJ- ZM. 1227p;: Ar ?:lT r itra Sprir.r< LT AT 2 ?*j> 4r: L ThantC'ity

in election district ti-d However it is r.o uw t<, "cry over bpl;: Par* is inieiicled to expl.-.iii fully how n-ratatii. lLis il.ra.d di4ph..e1ni.uu li1 the saiJ Fraoklin Sinr.s hayiiig made good 137p Ar Tampa
-
( :tI are cxj e : sthe &, .n.I ', .! hi-s For ntormaUor.si-c local W
wo. brrn- Tici:9t
s-xu. o-t :Q. ag.t. : oC., S&W. Day Deprt
to iii&ke the stew blylt-s as nn ns tiiey; sns-t. corner HogaS
M
9 to iiH-4-l at their u .iial jiullnig places m ti Ii. and i Hi'- qu-bii i.:!i IIT.VKET > aj inMicfrrhoed.. t-hr-nM n.! is'- WOMAN'SiJiOOKOF Now.ther--fore, I. Francis P. Fl'mius, Governor flogaotreet Jsc.sonv.le. o 'i 6 ? I-W.
;c-.r. L>; .Minle ii a good family journnl. I.r"E C.i.-I l Hi). free with rarlirularaff of th. State of Florida hy the power and N S. PENNINCTON. Traffic Manaer. ac D one II, I a.
and in M me manner t-xpresn theniffUtK ? T.-iTa rai: rtviiuc. price 41.50 nwr.. Lt Modi- P.,ris and r KorriP cure. X< I CUItE NO PAY. SciirtiE1'qea1fiC.ti.7rnI.ffis 1 authority ye-.'ed in me by the constitution end

tm tlii rnattir MI I bat their Aside (iota the purely bi-tituneoti! as- Album des Modes are iult-n ONE HUNDRED DOLL.RSfirtNe
; L t-st ,
foiiuty ttininii'hi'jnors may be guMilierein. pCt of the fair rtprev.-tiUUoii (question j gcii'.TAl use. iicli lit $3 50 a y-ar To fourFuc'4F. A'.lr.-s.C r.-pres-nii-iar.-V..I'A'lKKK.M D arrest and rtelrverr of the said Frankii CEOROIA SOUTHERN & FLORifi.
every ruhhcriln-r f.sr either of tlieo: j -urina's i 240 X. CJi .rry ,c'r-t, NhyiIieTeun. SI>nA murderer aforesaid to the sheriff of
ed{ MI.IC pril< -(beieis a Kiallt-r! .f-f id ecto Brailfoi't county.
who a year's Mjb-oripti.ui ii
It is well known that cads nieniIK.T ( lI,1I1Ctt! i1.i' il that tt in pvy DEi'ORKITIES In testimony vrhcreof have hereunto set my
gtti> gient i advance will! If given a premium book on hand and have ceii-o-t the prt-st ael Train leaves Hampton for Macon

: of the board i i.s greatly in favor 15.1 hint-. ii-\ii.l u diitt wo coukl, i! Dn-5-makin.: Simplifi! ." valued at $5Addrc Crocs s'yp.s hare lip, cur'vaturoof the spios. [SEAL] of the State of Florida to be alT..te.I a
world's A. McDowell: & Co. '4 V.'tat 14th club! fe*-t. hip j'tiM 4se'iss. and all dcformtti of hereunto at TaIb hiSjwe th capital,
of fur fair *
aU
: a tax jjurpost-.;, bIC isLed, HOC t'je vsrl.b$ iar m> tin itnrre the iutrds arin. ITS and fe-t. radicaily cured. thin 9th day of Februaiy. A. D. 18v2FBASCIS points in the North and Northwat
bill they deK-rmiiied ; street. New York. Dlxfieurmeiitx.Puperflojs P. FLEXISO.
: ate not to
levy mziigrdmlIJu : gill! cti % e cnuld iiCi _
hair wine n.arUs. Jloles. etc., cain- By the Governor attest: Governor.
one unle%s the jieoplu) express thnna te by any oihu ineuni- Every xt.ilin ;- Guaranteed Cure l**>ly and rfttty! removed. Smd fc.r valuable JOES: L. CaAwroRO. Secretary of SfattJan. -. 6.50 a. m. and 8.55 p. m. Sou
treatiSe L *' -.PtSive. C W P RK ER. M. ti. 1Th'2.
on r. ,
ele < willing to it.
< j ay the Uuio i;'it Fl'Tida rectrriz..I !lii-s j I \Ve nuthorizeo-ir
fact Ici g u', :tii-l to-k btepa to lenpail the 1 to *ei Dr. Kin?'* New IMn'-ovcry for IN THE riP.CUIT COURT. 4TH JL'PIOfALnf 8.55 p. m. and 6.1 a. in.
ip Coln) and ''oiiN TIT. Mate of Florida. Era-lfcrd Couiity.la .
There is no good reason why the i Cou uuipi: upon PRiVATE LYI'G-IN DKPAKT.TjfENT -
,
Florida Htlvantageb li-.ni it that i is pogMyJe. Pt'-- ;' this uoudiiioti. I if o-i ar-f .ifHit with !I la she worth savin?? If t-hr was your 12uhltr Chftnrr cars on night train

: next gu; ci nor ot should he 1ae! will conic to the fuir from t.veryshere. !j a .fnugh voM or *;iy Lini; Throat or ,j you would rrtaicly sly y -s! tut- to an unI Etu ictsrd. Complainant. For information

.: tikn frotii oiit'ii Fbi lila, any more ('hteis lroibo! an-3 will u>,* thin reui Hy I guarded moment,underoVmn promise of ni.tr- .rhtFecketan1 JosehT.. Fewfces. her hisit.apsl apj.ly to agents of the company or to the nnfo&t!

b.i i from North, Eat or \Vet FJorMi. i/y tiie nnlliitzi Every ttiuh man tbiuks.f A* illr. Ufcd, giving it a :i'air trial, and experience I' grace ri condition d &onielujijr to di-- and .!. M.Trubr. J. Sterubury ardE. A. C. FsNAPr! JA-MES MENZIE9

( moving feomewbere, and to make up his no btrd'-tit. you may return the I Srrg.: pa'tne'i dcinc tu ins* und-T the firm ? ,: :
Ir the
It done Imrlns tril of -siation end con-
4 i" n>>l the Mtion where he | ( and of Traffic I
nfli. style Trubytern1urg& Co. Manajrer.
mind us to wbre.. be will view the exhib- 1 bottle isnd have your moTley refunded I finernnt. w*> offer t.j tni clain of ucfortunMo Macon, '
: 4 may lite that u '-- i au', hut the man. 'i VYo could nol make tlii ofler did we not girls an eljrant h-,n-n ia which the strient anU. ,
iU. question! the exhibitors and read the' New privtcv is of> ervl, and n.dr the imnvliafcareof TT being nrt to apr by lb nfS.avt; ofcorapLtliant'sccnt. -- -
Thw 1 ; is u l
printed matter fttrn'uhed them. Ue- could be relitwl It ii'vnr dlMppointH. gkilfi phv8ciiHxandtt taS of trained 1flsI in said that ,
by on. cause two of the fboTer.niiedirfv
,
:: or poluu-al! win ins or to fulfill nurwfS. AdrinsfiC. W I'AKKEK. U. D.. Pre t.. .
i- jtrotni.es sides! Califoml i all the gulf states arc t.ur'nvals 'I Trial bottlA* free atV.. H. Hirers' drug The Good Samaritan Saiiitari-im. City ofticea. lUotA. Martha Fctrkts ead Joseph 1'. e- .
-: in:*- f in the )hvat of political store. Lre fciieSOcaud $I. 2 ?10 N. Cherry street, Na hvilie.Tecn. Few I. -, are each over the spe of twenty oreyo.ir -
Uut the has and I if our state is absent, we iniyl and thai thf-v arc nnn-reidnt of the tAte ; i---'i. 7.- '---I.t'4 ; --- f (
: rstrutg. time come of FK nda&cd that
:. nnic > User residence UltlO Hol-y-
\ihen F.orida need* a thoroughly l be sure thoic rival, will not drum for us. A Remarkable Cure of Rheumatism r !? tmtliirg fintUJ'mtn' ; fruin nd women any form FtilTernUftC of- wood Avenue. City of PhiapeIhii., couMy "ofPhila'e'phia o i : : :

? Hnancier at its head Therefore to gtt Mir ihnrc of immigration Metara. Ci/e and Sherman, of Alex- L CHRONIC IilSEA-je, ca-i -eeure a valuable arid stateof Pennsylvania. ; : m '
prnctica a man It i li ordered that the abc-Te-pani deft-ndat* .
ulio has the ability: to manage' the by ail ir.eatii! let us liuve an exbi'! it. It u aiuior, T' ta writ us regaidimig'' 's very learn w.r&on bow they thiir can a"or; cured iction at f-ealedj home bv free writing and Martha Fe' tes and Joseph T. Fewtes l>e and 4: -I : :.: --- l 4.. S '..... .!-)
. remarkable of Uli' uniK'.isrn there and each of them
cure they are hereby required to
DR. .
PARKEK GJ. ZiQ
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) piain practical Lu-incfcs-like to the wdjlit of our pocket book"; I I'riiitt, he rxMtinaster' here, bad IW C-TI i I (ferou*. Pcose! stale your troub.e end how long cause on or befor the 4th ray of April I't2! ortl.e Cs .: ;'r-i.:
e ) way. affljcted. f 19i biu will be taken as ccr.fe-se-l :?ain-*. them.It .
with rheumatism icr several ..
';k ;- "i'her- ..' i.. he plenty! of men who but we ngnin rifer our r<-ad r to the text.tt liixl-riddeu i U further ordered rhat this oHer or a copy -----.- ----- -- .r-tPi.- --, 2 ;' J. : rnrr' -r. 4'i..
I i venr She coi.ld pet nothing to do her thereof be p'itliU once a wk for four eon- -
, ? (-:mIm n4LLS' liowt-ty hpewhej', drink the U-giniiinj: of Ihu at title, and bigU.itnln any pood. We nold IKT a bottle of Chain- P&TE3ITTS cutivc w nt3 prior tt> STtJ dat above men

(fll1 hmq'iesr| he one ol theloy-I hut act nccoidngly. The farn.tr 1-eflHin'n Pain ItHlin nnd she Wcs* comji'ftlv Caveats an'i 1 radJIar s btaiied and nil 1! Patent tiored in tf'- Era..fon. rv>putr TrXTKRAPH. a ;::..jLwcCczEen
cured by it? uo. We refer &te :mwi'p-r ins'ie.1 in aada&ifor4 :.1 z-c L'::; ? r5-'l E-
any rondu"- f..rMODKKATE! FEES.
business
that: in not what Florida is luokmgfoi wht'ss' corn was destroyed by droughts co--ary. }1ri.t; !
c bar this fetatoment. OFFICE IS OPHOblTE U S
one to to verify OCR PAiKNT Done >n I or-le.-t-d by me this 1i day of F.-b'-u tarj"
: just r.t this tIfll( The fact i ia % jU Mnirteu his hilJrln'b rations to save :..) rent bottler for sale by all medicine Office ai-d -ecan secure patents Jn ICHS tine l>. Iv9i W. 1. \VEESS, { :r-: :

I thai for I Florida to continue in pio) utij fur next } cm's crop, and the wi eincichanlM.lvcitiM.a de tiers. and at leas cot ban those remote from Washington B/ Clerk N. D (%Wirscioff"*lrc .'ttv ait !| -. ..I. ?' -*- .; V, :stctP.-issc.-r ir Ajrt. Aar E'oci, JACKSONVILLET YLD.iNN

peiitv there must he s p tion. We advis. if p :Rentable or not free of L vv T .-els. ctert ot the -ln-at! r'itirt.n.nJfi Passenger Agent, KNOXVILLE.
111.1-.* tu Idv jK-i'pU lor hliindcringiiJaiitMi cuaiomera uheo i.unineEb i*. reU lert-frt; :_; tt.alrntan .
bruiser, f>res. ulcers, salt raeum, fever \ LUtle Cook. "How to Obtain Patents," with .
i for oi'i"no.
Th I
l.- of the pavt. taxes HOW DOES 1UM1GUA1IOS hELP CS? trn-c 't>y M His f>rlii;-ii
$ orcs, teller, cha|>|>ed tiidft ci.ilblains, name< 01 art-ial client* in your state, county or ord-r now\>n fie! In my office.tVstu .
: ?.,u-t lu> icdiiccd ; the people, demand Immigration means opportunities to sell cornx, ansi all akin eruptions and positively townsent free. Address.C.. A. SNOW & CO. s m< hand an t .ea!of oSK t iS 5ti! d.sr Now is the time to $1H.
: of February, A. D. It&iSE .
!! ilmi i !I.>; one to nndeiiake Mich a real ebUlc.Immigniion. cure piks.nr ni y r *i< ired. It Opp. Patent Office. WASHINGTON, D. C. ;

c ;.. k he- ; tt'lirst i: hxLV\-r>ed in prao- means lower taxation.It is KUIr inteeo to i\e per(- t mutt faction [ -'_LI] U.-klv.-Ti E C X scribe
a or monet refunded. Price 25 cuU per Ii. i' 'C"i' '. $1 '
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only
-S -.:1._ tl<-*l UUriMHMt mattcr.I ir.cans a home market. box. For sale by W. II. Rivera. 1 This p-rjfvr only $1 a year.rfC" Feb.. lO2. ; a year. &



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: 4 BRADFORD_COUNTY TELEGRAPH besides Miss Storm'planted other trees, in S fl'OlIt.oof magnolias her REV. JOHN B. CUIPEPPER. OUR BICE AND SUGAR LANDS. I, Attest L. B.WOMBWKI.I.: .T.\, :. I*. T. .1.\(''harm.cCretaary. .:nn(. WHIP AND SPUR. ,- I f That- _A is Gold T ateb ad" $204. --

what 't
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t ::' -_ -- _- i every agent trvrivf* "
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cottages.Candidate. i The Cincinnati trolling association win gels np a club nn our $1 per w..k p'.r
St.irkc, 1 la.. Fcl>. 26, 1802. The th-urnmn and .crrctarv of c; nut) give t30.000 iu purses at its August meeting Our 14-karl\t gold filled case are w.inrnted -

for county Vfavors" conventions will t-.i fi-r :; favi ii-on| tt.>- for 20 years. Fine Elgin: or Writ-

are already making a mill-hunt. You The Kiuiuent Divine has Come, Hamilton Disston the Grcalt state committee: by sending written i i In 'he first quarter Monbar's 2C4 hum movement. Stem wii.d ami set.
t -S Local affafrs can tell them at once. Conquered' and Departed. printed l prccecdings of th.-ir vespecliveconventions uiii! he only went in tLirty-Gve secoLdsa Lady or Z I\I'S size. Equal to tilT 1:)
Millionaire. in Town. heid: for i'i; purpose uf no'n- 1 220elip.I watch. To secure agents where we baTe
st : Why buy inferior flour when lo I the stattconv(',>ti' i wew-llnne
yon The Rev. J. B. Culpepper I left hunting delegates ni I Re-election the Tennessee none nf the Ilmcirg: Cats
: gan get bwe- Home at the same ?1 on i In L. B. WoMBWhl.1., SeC is son of IHectioncer. r %Vutcht': f..' ,r.: eoT. t.rt'l:2" '1n..1! t.erj
tiesday morning trot. close
to
& after a'ery successful 200 Converts at this Meeting. I Fel 1 8. 1 t.O2.> Talhihasscc: expected. to 2:1 C. O. I) lt\, ix .j)., :,>. jnviltgeo'aimtiHli'T u;.
I : price at Hciberger Richard.A service in thi :yii>r. !
I our city. :00 Raised OurS : iiff "ai'h-- h= s-(un'-.
line of I. $ by What deos this Visit Mean For The Tliirtl Annual 3octiijr I State Hfpropriatioiw to benefit Lor .
full paints at !e Our > ::I1! au l iij -s, f-; i'0.. U. !SYIt:'
TruViy, Sternlntrg & Co."Ironclad" We publish in this i issue the full Citizens.For Bradford I Of the Bradford! County Sunday: School trots tint te: breetiiag iuterv--t ace a feature "Yi-ir \I..I I 1- i;.;,- .: s..iII. Ttlen ,.. .-ui.

call of the state executive committee I ten days, coiling last Monday I the County A#
notes for sa'e at die It. should he rp.arlrelY generally. Rev. J. IJ. CupepHT! | nf Macon. GI., has Last Saturday our town was visited by to n.oirow :wtl iii.-\t I'i%'. Tlieprogrnin I The old horse Blackwood who in 18C9pl.ic.vl bt ." ,':'ht',1 :,"..r !.; ,I". ,i '. j.-'rit'i
TBLKG RAPII office. the world's 3-year-old recor.l at \\11'1., I.' : .. u },,|.r. lil-ll W T.- .'. I tvltttittit
The gun club promines In-eu preaching ill/\ tent AVnlnut street. I Hamilton Disslou. of Phihlt1I lphil'. \11'. is It- fi.Hv-: t 2:1.: .....<. lout ri-f |'n.v was %4 t." f fOn.

p.. Salt-large sacks 90 centc at startling feats some very To say that lie lias ciiuseil litileex'-ittjnit Oission is a member of the famous Disston SatiinFay. Feb. 27.-Morning! w'Mon.D.votional !ao't r",:-jotteu by hurxiruen. .- :.K") ., i.iMe 1fll11I lel. for

oc9-4t Heibergcr & RichardV: all as soon as they get would i be placing it altofcilx-r too mild Saw Company which is worldwidein service. Uev! C t' Tl'lIll'l'11! I C. F. Dunbiir' will campaign Johnston catch pi! ".,.. U-tjie fir parlJ1lhui.
together of their
Ti : / To the Ladies of Stark: ('puipm
We would call: especial attention A large drove of mules were in mites atrOUni. ntid every train coming into stockholders He is also largely interested sp'-nse. E L SiHff.tr.t; Enrollment!! (If the l haty mare, Miss Ryan by Mohican as r ; > / \UUUri. Inif.. New York.oct2hv .
I she luis Kho\vu her ahiiity to trot oh t
>* !>
: to our Une of fine hhoes. Every pair town this week. The day is past town has unloaded! a crowd of I those in the St. Cloud sugar farm near Kisimmee deli gait sand HppointDieiil: I of coi'in"t" ?-; I f S-H r E --- ---._ _

_t.. warranted to {jive Kitisfaetion.Trilby : when Starke was such a .good horse anxious to we and hear the eminent divine [':. This visit means something Work and nbj-vt of rouuiy; a-t.oeiiilioiiKev -*. PreMdeut T omr-ou. of the Uloucester \ ii Itl V .ta1LtDEALERlN :

-I. Sternhurg & C0. market.Mr. The Hist few (lay there did! not wem to for Clarke ami Bradford county. Hamilton Wm Sl.tw foh.wi'! :M-y dScii: ;" on. ." track, who was 1Lci:i"ll of krrpicic II disorderly I .

Coffee 5 Iba. fur J 1 atHeiberger rl'tnrnt'I I hen great cknl! I 1 I tilt rest( in I the niceiiniHLul i ; Disston i ii It business man from thu Afternoon I'I'i..j"s-Devotional! s rviivs. place by allowing pool nelliug, says _

-! & RichardV to Starko:. Frank after Rawlins an ab-cnoe has of Flt''pral each mii,1.1 lug hn\ll\c.d l nn i iticiease; of I II word 1:0.11'. Dillon i-ame to our town Rtv.Vmu F Malphurji: ; Iep.n: ofcimir.ittets the track action: will can not be t'iul!I.. opeueil until legislative DRUGS AND MEDICINES

I lisictiirs 1lliIII'I Sunday iieftni ul by invitation from Dr. J. L. Gaski 8, and anti 'II'crilllC fdcers The: Bible _
Nice mounted for sain ( ; ,
: picture mouths. I His genial countenance Aci'ording to the latest returas there are
which tune there waS no less tlniu 1.2dO( by him was driven over fcjttrke and vicin tt-xt-bi-ok. HIv F Piston How to llilx '
cheap at 'loJ' an', Kazan looks familiar. our ; living IOn of (>eorieVilkes that have Slopes aatsClot"
:1 people iiMii'iiililiil I to hear him preach. ity. He also visited the properly of the study it. J CIitfH: Kich-ir-l. Jr; How ti> eight or more 2::8> perfonnerH. They are ,
Job of all kinds the
jrintiii< at
: x A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.V. SutitLy afternoon he gave It lecttiie 1 to Florida Muck Land Company eight' wiles. leach ii, Jos Thomas: h How to apply il in Red Wilkes. Onward Alcnntara Gambetta ; rig
office.
: TELEGRAPH
: St. Gothard and
Wilkes Jay Bird
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\ A. Ball died on last Saturday men "ul,'. There were a great many pies- wst Starke. personal experience aud practice Rev N -and-

The Traveler's hotel in Jacl on- night and was buried on Sunday i in enl who listened patiently 10 whit he had Mr. Disston expressed himself aa being S \ ,. right.Evtning King Herod, :21tf.. the fast grandson of
ville is the tirst-elan hotel 1 I Manibrino King, U thought to be good
: only to Crosby cemetery.Strawberries I, to !ay.It greatly surprised nt t the visible lesources session.-Pruise service Dr. enough to Mitrt in almost any company Gents' Furnishing Goods.

keep open all summer. i is 3.ti. that there were 200 peop'e of our county and said he had no idea Tale Powell ; The Sunday school in its this year and he will be prepared to take '

Saddle horses for ladies and l'ntl.ml'n are coming Ie' into market converted III this meeting. 141 of whom luaU there WitS any such orange groves in relation temperance. Hey C C TempleIn a trip through the W ru&tutbeJ'D cir DRY GOODS & NOTIONS.

J.V.. Alvarez & Co.'s"tahleti. very lively row. we could various the cnit.
at will join the churches. In addition Ihe county as those he saw mound it. rcUtioii to the church Hcv. W
get a warm rain there woulff a John Splan nays that he expect to see a
to thit) there were about 20 colored lakes west of Starke. He had no hesitancy
great manIthlpp rl. Kickliter; In its relaiioc to the family, horse trot in 2:00. and that at uo very di* na""g jit received ,a larjre slot k of
; The beat Rio coffee 5 Ibs. for *1 people who will (lc.'cnme members of the in saying that he believed the muck W H MinerSunday tant day. On the other hand Budd I Jo Me I!ha'! :.s.vt- ",.t.-N. v.-f ;in- -iviarr.! Jo >;.

:: at Heiberger & Richard's: Preaching in jthe Presbyterian various colored churches lands on Sampson lake WIuld produce the miriiing session.-Priis ser says he does not believe that a horse v.!! II"Y 'foIl" "''.I! flT'I"t. '! 't ,a1 n! tf..t UI-

liurch morning and Collections were taken up at Vnrnuis finest quali'y of rice, which by ihe A'ay ever trot a mile in that time over tr.u!! .: oi.r gm,.is ['rti.ie taj:!* eX'v-l.eier.
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Have tried Sweet Home flour? evening Sundaythe vice, Geo F St nil t ; Sunday :lmol and I lie ; .
you of
28th jn-t., by Rev. Dr. Wi!ht, limes amounting to ahout $JO4J. Of this hub been par ly I tested by our citizens ; regulation shape.If i W. 11. UI rEUS.:
Tbe Kalen are increasing every day.The cbildreii. HeY Wn Shaw; Sunday school I ,
from all the f
or Green Cove the home winch he reports over country i .JI\g"l 1.\1Uf ..
.Springs. irmi'Unl Orphan WHAT IT MKAXS.We \.
best trade ute* it. For! sale by rl'T-1 and youth. HI'J O Bontu-ll; Sunday I the great promise shown by the colt ant -.- .- .-- ._
:,. -f.I.- Heiberjzer & Richard.: The WiiVovski store has 1wencomplpltl resents will I get aliout $250. and the say this means something tor us. school and parent Hiv F Pizion: ; Its fillies that will race: as 2-year-olds next season II. li.', LAJK,) :itEN- --

'. penses of the meeting was about $K-0. and it does. When such men u* Mr Dis.- i are correct, the year will see some of
Fresh at achara's[ taken down and carried relnli- lo i-viTjlHuiy. ltv Wm F Malphur !-
oysters everj'iay. A great deal I Ilf gOOd has been done l he y tou turn their attention toward a placeiherc '! the greatest coute-nta between colts ever LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy (
Leave your orders early. away It makes: a gi I eat improvement <; Sunday! achool ami music, E LStafford. known. .
I he tiC nll't"t ing Ocl! l fiud.4 have been i is something tiiere: worth attention County Surveyor.
The only. *2 a day hott'I'in Jack to .Mr. Hodges' propertyAll ,! The greatest of the early American racing
have convened i who i u interested
sinners >
cured. been an alirtttT lie i is dtciilcdiy u nun :
sonvillc is The Travelers.Hauling I veiling session.-Pr.ti>e serviee. D II contests took place at Marietta, Pa.,in All Lines run from U. S. Surrey FMd Not**.
who owe for meat at the city biolberly feeling now exists l he- in the alirbl devclopmeut of Florida, On"'II; Till }libln of all kinds without d( market will pll'\sc come forward and; tHfvn the citizens. They can look over and our ptopie will led very grateful lohuve animal of that time contested at I E C aJl at thl Offlc*.
Bible I
The HII lilt. world. Rev,
lay. Call at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s settle by March 1, and greatly oblige fc.ultu in others that before were b-.nicr him interested in Starke. Ho i is not ; four mile heats for a pane of 100 guineas. STARKE FLORIDA.
N Wainrighi ; CoiisecrtinuRev sevici This race was won by Selira lie carried -
[ Jirery stables.f L. B. Powell. t.> Christian relationship.Business I lor tIe thiereis in
working jii-U money
I .! .lI Win ShiNo -\. 140 pounds and ran the first heat in 8:02.

Wagons and wheelbarrows atM The public school closes to-day WUB practically s ptDlll'd :,Ilmt is u nun 01 puuiic spirit wno lIKeS lo I'ctltllp..r"n"- npi'd tear any ."aui- Electioneer hits oinet ,- ight in the 2:30 I;. L. STEWART, M. D. .

Morgan's Bazar. for the five mouths term. Next during tlub'- meetings and! a half: I\hOuiuuuld see things move. and) un>ve rOn\ird. jI"\/oI "oll"f'lll )(:4t- frma an :1Ll k n; list and in forty-six of these the thoroughbred -

in money lakcc: out of town ; but the gond OUR KKSOUKCES. hi :ri|tans i iTp'opfrly t tlt.l. Ilii i-iuel support is close up. The fastest of
:: V2 ounces of good at T. R. monday commences the private term t'li* Mt tUft as svere etild I 1:1\.1! :" the second dam
soap req MprtvisHly forty-six are Sunol. 2.-0831.
who is Ho I hat II IS I h en realized: I !S worth t<> Sta rice We loire Ihe natutal it-sources nnllc Office trt Jtivtrs I>rug Store.TATE .
Sweat's cheap store for 25c. Every parent able to so itt" VHIIIH tr?.'tiii"nt HI'I\t thoroughbred. Palo Alto 2:08%, dam
"! should continue the education of many limes its COM. It will he nruiyyears want them developed. Our s"ii is HS tine quielly at !lIII/I') .t.,1 l ta ki- ('h: : >ilaiir! thoroughbred; Ante 2:16o, second dam .
F; cask- beturo the influeiice will toe lost. in Florida which Is deuiomtlr.ited I 'oirii Iti'miniy as .U'*vto<1 Tor a severe
A new stock of coffins and his children. UK any thoroughbred; AmigO 2:16), dam by a r't
1 -ld 'mil 1 a prompt iiii eompletrwovoiy _. .
.
i, N. J. JonesN. -- -- beyoud a doubt by the 3 kid of corn, cotton I thoroughbred, and Electricity 2:174 second - --- --- --
.ta .
at To the Teachers of Bradford j N Sit: '9 ro f.III'.v! Tt>is re.-iifly ai- (',,!III \-
Mr. Field and Miss Fischer the dam thoroughbred.FIN P VJ"ELl fit! D.
t And other Counties.I sti an lurries uud. vegetables, to say !Crt( uiy tend-i'.ey o'bmripsw l<> result ,
J. Jones has a full stock of jhotographwrs, who have been noiiucessful Xo pneiMiinr.i.i..\. Ainnirr the m.my lli.iusKIIMS -
to call attention III'1 he nothing ol its minor crops county I
Special
beg -
funeral supplies, coffins and casketsat in their line of business, your w !j1 'lavi UM-ti it durin-r th, opidmiiies FEATHER AND FUR. PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON.
clam: for the than Brad
Koruinl Course for teachers wnirh can more acreage of the past: two _wars wo h..ve yet
all prices. in town, decided on Monday lit to has been opened in connection with I the ford. und our many beautiful und thrifty t" It?.irn uf :: .->!iigo! "'.t'0> tb.it bn ".ol re- Scientist say that a grasshopper ban iU

ink their fortunes for good and allan of covortid or ihitl hnsJ ri-Htiited in pneuino ears on its forelegs. Ones at Cakiu>
Jrnr Stre
the
will attest success
friends and Siaikc the irnpoilatice orange
customers Institute.Fully realizing orange groves
My married the Kov. J. 13. -\l t'.% a u't ;>:0 eMit b:ltln fur "L4s hall .\
were by Fish swallow their food whole becaoM -
find me still selling goods on the I I : of the great rdiJCHlinu I ;! reforms growing. tnedicliiH .1.\I"r.. STARKE FLORIDA
Culpepper.Mr. ---- -- they are obliged to keep continually
north eide of Alain street. I will and strides \\hidraie IIIIW going: OJ in the We have an abundance of the finest! JE.\:: '{)()1klS. ing and cloning the mouth for the purposeof open tayKtt

: close out my stock of groceries and 11. R. Joiner has: )purchased profession ot I Ica.liillg.i /mid! that special limber, in the state and our climate and respiration.The Frazee & Hail

und'furniture. ..J.V.. Hodges. thcl.-tock of drugs ofV.. II. Rivers triiining und pitparutioi iii I.' ulfeolutdj water are unsurpassed. To-dr.y, while In only a Ltt'iit't-'s Daughter. frog, owing to its peculiar construction

mid \\ ill mon them into the More and! iu.peniiively necessary for tea* hers many nf out iieignbors are buffeiins ir onaci.oiiut A Uriliat! <dit fH'C aiul cannot breathe with the mouth open Att'ys and Counsellors at Law,
Rumor : that T. R. Sweat is .
says and would die from suffocation if it
next to the one he now occupies, who expect coniiiiue in I the profession of water the wells of Bradfordalluid Fui11mmssittic ICC'ptilUl.Thit were ROOM
selling thfl best goods ever sold in kept open forcibly. NO. 1. .\: DLOVK.
uid Mr. Rivers will pat; in a stock \c will leave no cff.nt itturied lo tie.the [ nn UoIf. iiag supply.On ; linllaj'pt'/OI"/lItt! I iu our city of the
this town. For once( rumor doesn'tlie. I The largest animal known to exist in the STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .
I of groceries and general merchanI the Staikc Normal ,iSchool one
IliH'I! specially fit the piadical lie.ds of teucl- believes Stirke would he an excellent old ileini>critii: Sctialor. Diii V'."riees! I.which averages 100 feet in length; the CenterStrs.. Fernandina. F.'a.

\V e ll'Y Hodges says, tell the people Miss Lilie and Mr. ers. A t thorough mastery of tin- (brunches place for t. large hutch! for invalids of In !una. was H dratmnitic event. Aiara.re smallest is the monad which is only 1-.J2.000 jyl1 _
Wainright
of inch in length.The
I that he wants them every one taught in the eehool will he oiu; of the from the audience composed our le.idinucilizns. : an AROTICCANDY
\. :'1. Peek were married) last Sun- 1I01"1h.OUIt eyeball of the owl la immovablyfixed
\ 4 to come round and see what he has flu st requisites of ihe school follnv.i-d CITItEKS sp.-eled the beautiful aitist with
lay at the residence of the hi joe'spal in its socket hence the look of wisdom
! 4 to say fibont selling ,ooh:. lie is in ('flis, at Sampson City. Tlieii demonsrniions: of the. latest and IJlIISllln-1 lie ns ii dustrioiis mii law-abiding ns any unmi.takiile! signs of ul'prctvlII.lnd if that that bird always appears to have. STORE,

the jewelry store in the old \ Tjtkovt many friend's join tlicTKLKOR.u'H in proved methods of prl'sl'ul Ii i II i in I Ihe world. What I they w nt i is capital, laughter. O'phlln. t-scil t.ile: curtain In the horse- an eye in which white predominates

t 1JIkt building liianches Full in all and "il1lIIIPMol11/1S the cj'.IIs the lln-n Miss Jean indicates a vicious nature.A C. U. EXSEY:
I Dishing them 1. life of much happiMr. to pupils. courses our county ( rosup "re ti-sl. m-iy I ,

I tie; higher branches are emhiaced in I he We w: iit our new rui'rnaii: comp-eted and Voorhees well cim.r.itiii.-ili* herself upon. rooster makes the flapping noise that CORNXR RAILROAD ANJ> lAIN STRKK.T.STMRKE. ,
r Goldm Wax, Gl'rnUliBIlck Wax, 11tS. accompanies his crowing by striking his
I curl culum.I it requires money. Our county produces h.nviiiu enliicly t Ci tat U r-,I h',r Miid'nre.I! his back. The FLA.
Mohawk and Valentine ben us atf' wings together over popu-
& Co."New K. X. i Holli-Mer, of DtlavanVjs. I Teaciiers completing I : a full course will u til.(' quality of tobacco and we want She is a beautifui type of thedv-mi-plonde! lar notion is that the bird produces the

Truby: Steinburg \ ., i is in town. He conns to look huve t lie Hachetcr of English ilegieu C< n- factoi:...> I lo develop I Ihe industry, when a I liiflf above the /I aver.ue height piercing noise by striking his wings against his Vegetables, Candies Fruits I and

; l line of low sho >o. just' received after liis beautiful orange grove just erri-il upon them. AM ienhers receiving we can compete with Cllba.'c needcciion d:.rk eves 'Ahifh spei.k her thoughts: and hard fiat thighs.It Summer Drinks.

at Trilby Sternbtirg & Co. outh of to-\n, ai.d- any day his t tall this degiee czta'haiua a tiitciiS 5 jenis :;u fiicioiie*. broom factories and many thrill her nndi'ors in a niirkc-d degree. is estimated that the bones of SCO COCO COLA Nerve Tonic mud CHAMPAIONE
,
: moan were recently found in New Zealand.
and] form be in his
stately can wen teach iccomiMviuhi- thin lhnt be nabli hed with I Ihe insinuous ol" ihe "I-il iJIST.
cerlitic.iU i I lo 111'0lIur] : c-ui > capital grace rpeut. Occasionally charred remains of this now

I- The TELKGRAIMI: will %be smt t"address orange grove watching! the bloom I lion to the state siiperimeniient m of wJu--a- Our people onlv need t 1 let ciiptai;; ; a voice well under! control t.nd a power extinct bird have also been found, which Agent for Mallory Steamship Line.

fot $1 1 a 3ear.Sp open] and the trees take a new lease and found I I in points to the fact also hinted at in tradition
vy n. The 'board of tin iru>tes. .. nlllltlll I 't' lint we have, and we -im McureMr. intensityceldcm I one soyoung. oct9-6m

"- (.ciai h.ug ins for the next ten of liTe as I the l'ril1,1ay! come. atiiig I the I fforis .ind desin-! : of ni'' .'Pl..i-I ea""i!:;. She mpporttd by a well balanced that the early inhabitants of. Ncr
Z.Y.IHIK nm"t have buiiU-d atid eaten il.Tii t 7tR
, .' days in felt hats at T. It. SwwitV'wens Prof.5.. G. BIrt1eUlf: Ltwtc'r : pupiN: who wUh to educile I I emsL-.v.-s.; : Disston has promised us another company. \\hotiviijHnily are familiar *- i.vin. Viun KI immense wingleast bird (,l wr- liSCI "

school, will give a very nice entertainment :- !tails put the rail's of I tuiiion lower I Ih.in C.II. visit III un early dI:iy. He will receive a with every 1I.4t.il; of artistic work, and the < strlch type which according to Sir I ; 3

t' .lliht to Ins : : he bin elsewhi-it. Special IIlIel..ioli!! I is warm welcome from our citizens and if m>ike their points md t reach their climaxes Richard Owen,Mood nt lvet ten feet higu. f ? t..1 ,; .. 1
many patrons
, Owen Jr. _. . .
and: friends. The I enlerlainment (',IIed 10 the l.ejtlihiu. s-S of Stirke and the he or any others hhouid rlrcMc lo InVeSt by :kgilintat.e nitthods in a manner --r- ; -
> !
,, ., -viil consist i of speaking, s ngiiiii) anda low rules I ..f bo.rd! to slIuholl" wi.-h I I in Starke, we extend to them "cornel1 "I oiuc tffeclivc ."d attractive.-Gainesville STATISTICAL S1UDE9.The : :_ :.. -'

'. trima entitled i he School .Ma'am': ; all I similar insiiiuiictiH MICCI !s taut oil pine I Ioiikiicii I Cull (or n State Druioeratlr Couvca- Sun. numbv-r of ;newspaper published in J4't' { i:; ; L.-4i 1' 4' '
GROCERIES( lion Miss Voorhees will all I)111to& i t.. estimated at .T.mo. of
Ul'iwu.,1 hn.1I patronized, not p'ifcip'es' will I spjiie noefi..i-t! to I appear to-night at

r;:, PROVISIONS> ) only by _Laptev people but by the make cur .;:1:0.,11 superior to nl Ii! (>thi-rs Florida The dcinocrnlic will lioict n ptriy state of cnrnrnli t.ie state: of al theInstitute.. %L-cii: .number The United about States 2tOiX has nppvar 13.8M.fiKurcpe. i1-?

citizens of the count.\ generally. Our ;sim i i is to ti'ialify( I I pipit not only lobe 1'tIllIIIIn Wednesday Jutie 1st. I12 AH trn tn Ch'9 l'ISt.She Cenailnuu* .(. awl 1 Australia aim 700.

; DRY GOODS Tb. Xbi-Cl .velaud w.. Drnnlc. aide in rill I higher i-(>MtI louts, but to fit n:.. for the following purl ell: ',''a- a pretty lIttle th'r.: ;<. and it WJII The nnmber of children per 1,000 population

c NOTIONS Ii is gaid thai every tnau in this Will hI them to h be men aril women uhoye us ful- To choose delegates 10 represent the plainly) to ho seen that the had not ?IIl"ffi who Nttemi Hchool in America ia 197;
stale in the National Dmiocralic Convn- married lon She tripped into a Monroe ta Switzerland 'Austria-Hungary, 173 ,
infln for l 'wiltiVt.
',. las his double and it in IN trite.A ness and 'nce goi;<
appears IK held in June 1892. I 154 United Kingtlom I I4S Swe- J. L.
li.m. to Chicago 21. nvenu grocery store Rldifi to the pro nrs-ay. : ; (GASKINS
I HEN'S FURNISHING: GOODS, E C few day ago. till)'* the New Oiltnn tlir"ii.ih MIIK- anal eternity To """,intle caiuliiUtes for the uttk-e I priotor: 1.11. 112; Netherlands 125 Denmark 133

8talel. It police Alulicu) in New Y<>I tk W.H F. G. cn ELI.Died. r>f GOVI rnor. one Justice of I the buprmc ":1)- hnKband (there was a great MJIphasls Sj>liu.l00( ItI\lj,81; Grwce.73; Kuxsia. 14. UKALER IN

thrown into u urtul fi>iiiiiii<'ioii l.\ LIe Court a becreiary ol Slute. \ttisrivGiL .- 1 mi the word! husband) bought a To every XXXi. inhabitants there are in Drugs & Medicines
(' $I. C-/'pt rot lcr. Tie 1.1 ret Sujier; ; ,Ie. couple of haiiiH bert Home time Ago.'' Kn.--na U.9 professional scholars; in Ger-
enlry c.f two policemen It-at riti; at nu.n |I \*. \ .II'1I1 ii' d i I Iii-I r. r.ill-I ol 1 l- li.stitK-lio' 'Yoa Stark, FIB
I: am now ready to srll goods I i. i-s 'V ai fill iilic u:, 'W""o ma'iwn, said the grocer. I Fisny. I.H.I; in Austria. 5'.9 In Italy 51.3:
! helplessly ditiiiik mid vv 1"i il 1 dri--M- 'il.e L CIKT i,>i \ .1.. r.: sa.r.it I. '11.- citv. on i'd ). if gii'ii hire -ind iour .- erih.. "They wen- very nice: very nice inct d." in France, 43.6; In Belgium '.3; in Hol- Physicians' Prescriptions

CHEAP. Call and see me. ilruiikc'ii man happc-iifii to l tIC Mioh n 'ti.1- I !2l.! ill .> :>. III. !n!<. .w.-is al! a lime of hUileniii eeh./! Itll"j! j('rj''t's. I ia.r..t. IM v, d "Yes ma'am" a" lor j.t ihe u.tXu! guar s.il, .. uIII -. ;;u : you any more like them .. In Pewmark 47.1; in Norway, 7rf.5; in "
r il -1I:11"1I11II; G
: \'eilllcIulIll'rr. pi" : ;I.\t'r ..hl HiMrvi d i ii
lie
- F I I. 74 y" :itx : I W.ITJus I tl.HIIS.IC SUCH Ol>i<- ':4i -n "Yes, m: 'l\m." said the grocer, pointingto Svritai-rhJn.l, 51...
Jr. (M<*\iriiid) : Hint i he fjiptiiin! .1 ::1.! .-!i.ttnxi ts-sl: ..1$ -Ii1l"' III !!be.! Hill I I .l it-hi come in-fore u ia; c-,iVji I iihe i-.... a row of tvnor doacoa hanging BUS
Owen Owciis A cubic foot of silver weighs 657 pounds A HOME FOR SALE.
v.licti he J11,1 Iud 1 .iff letil fini,i ii-.. t-- .- from the
turned pale m.n VT"1! 1-ii.ifl.v :id! HIS l.ih I' engiyeii: :i3surgeon I t.i .s- peoded ceiling. luiicf the silver in the United States
I 'l'IIIIIIl'lt'tlIlcb I lo iint.a: d-iLt... U-. ;.. "Are sure that they are from the !
Starke Florida. you
said .My Go-ll I this IH I-MI hud.liere : jail I the 102it( legimciit 'if U S. tre;:.::: i if melted down into a mass woildmi' ; The following rlrsrribrtl Joc
property
-
f"IIUwIIIg'lml'l": : sane pig! I
flU "Fifth siilivvnlk !:? a column a foot and 6> mlle
nut tiiiii? square
did H\CIIUU ;
lie bei-n affiicteii. '
yu Voltintecib ban pectiiarly; One for ench nuiiiirM "Ye id lie without tcd within the limits
lieag-iti: v'ic.isl : nll un, !:; grocer a ff.rl"Ale| of the
Our little Men J\*l W.rneu for March i ill high. It would take an army of :1,000
I untisniilly readable 1111111 lieI'. B..t> WitS I lie erSe reply ot I tin.patn l- for he ," as blind fr the iw.-l 8 1 in eaih ci lull) |f.rI.e ctuiliaaiellu : I quiver. in.n.each bearing 100 pounds to "carry it Irwu of Sliirke. i is > >rtd for i vauhe:

au and Uoneset is a capital sslory; Pinying mall \vlio made the airt'bl, .)1' rather who )' : ol vole /tt Ihe 1 e'i-cUon' ; j and nbc 1 of tin i
out store
,
gt-ut-ir.l tripped
School tells more abcml The doings of ihe had done most of the carrying. "Thin sUi.keK. the IH;,| being fat'Ii i lie r .;hj miles long, occupying thirty hours wrll feucei. in. well
I IItllli /\Iitliliunal v.tt.r ttii :is he had tripped In. And the grocer Uutfbtxt I uip.at. bjtli. go-id
Studio Iolli. and all the other elf'iit-8. I unfortunate occurrence muni be kept old he Juried with .. tn ptts.s.in: a given point.
') ing an innson wa lion in i X ecus liiereot; when il amounts a wicked laugh.-Bruailon DuckMiw. painted and plaiiemi Iwo-.otnry dwelling;
each embellished with filling and beauii-: quite, officers" remarked the captain mni und
ful pictures, show H knowledge appreciation I has ixu cstiQiHted aa follows: Number
Mcdlrlno.Mother
ed its vole at the general election o. I 16iK The Wrong
* which enables tin- blernly. It was t.ic patrolmen's turn to Oosby cerai'tery, oc NVednesdny. lie tIe dillY (."f i "tA!.l" and ,
.* of child-life it nil,ill have tile Iii publishers in: send out au exceedingly open their eyes in surprise and they asked :leaves H widow, a son and u daughter: lo Each county shaH (entitled to out- ijriegaie. drink up this camomile tea nicely, anJ yon stol-i W. iyloos (houses). OH canoes. 51; The following is a Ii.t of (he Tree*. growing

: helpful a" well :19 beautiful! little maga why. "This gentleman is ex-President mourn his loss. will soon be bet ttr. kynks 14; breachloiuling rifles, 67; mil* upon the p'*'*-:
zine. Price f 1 year.. lOc a number. I Little Francois Camomile tea: I zlf lolling nllex 46, breechloeding shotguns
a Cleveland who has been dining *>upp In counties! where I democratic voiof -- thought 'go Plum 'Tre.
,,.( The March I'ansy opens with .\ 1IItPI' v.mUertrd r The World's Fair. lJ> 1in1j reduced below m Ihe vott. ..I.IIbb4 I WAA going to have milk punch! 5; muzzle loading shotguns, St; re- j 13 TIIri'lit-e. 2d yeiirIjinring
. Liule Girl. Tlie blories by Pansy 111111! *. and in some manner away An election will he held ul the several by reason of the prevalence of \tlow Ml'thcr-N\darling: camomile tea la the I volver 27; axes (mostly old), 5 9; pickaxes ; < h'*NnittS 5.5i Ui"'f uAp1)1tC

a Margaret: Sidney move along in that Liastcr'y from his friends. Nothing must humidubiut election districts of ISradfurd (>(all ruts-, on lever. ,uca: COUUIKS ..re auiUoriZi-d )j" test t hug you can take. I 6. Total value, S .4 i, 6 tn-e ((3: Sv.iidnH) 3 on Pen roots;

fashion which marks Jhe writings$ uf this affair under any circumstances Siiur.lay. March' 26ih. U92. f.r the*purpose aiso ceitify III s.iit convention .such lac: Francois jumping out of bed in a temper .it Orange Tixv*. 4 vnrlrliex; ?? Pear

j these authors and its hurler stories nr- do you undeiotaiul." The ci plain frown of getting( an expression from I Ii'people and may in ad tides, sketches and verse welLsuslain the touched llieir as to the iidvisabilily of the count) I herein autlionzed beieclantl! before I have sore throat again, I can .
ed ami the officers promptly .?. dllir..tI! iJ.-r.r.
opinion alwuva expressed of the Pmsyowgtiziuc' commihsior.cr* !eV) jog n ulle-lIIillhx i I I fur convening such itti.liu.in.il tlelegilton a U-ll you!IFiga'. To clean white fur, rub with flannel dpPIH ; S'cnrli. 8O. large
L d i is sp'oVen of. Price l a year. helmets and retired. The story go-s lhat I the purpose of the stale exhibit al the I basis of the vole ol )., for the acUun ol I in heit- but not brown bran. On .d ..1 Pti vftrirtii.-t !.; Quince 2. (:r.ir.t.-.t-.

lOc uumlHT.. tilt cupiain was so well satisfied th.it Ille ioluuit; '>iui WorMV Expobiiio, to be laid the conveiilion nod TO. meal without husks hi.preferable and dry All Ihfr liv! ( irc'"" sr in Inuring, moot

31 The March IUlyland is a' picture a ex-pivsdenl: had been exercising the high at Chicago in 1893E The counties under this iiiie wilh emitit- A fat woman entered a crowded car,and fionrwilldo. of lln-m in their Mrur.il I'ar.
fitorv and H bong all in one. 1 he 11..i inl) thai he snl for A Todd. \V.V.. Tumblin. G. W. led lo reprrseuaiioi as fo.low: seizing the strap, stood on' a gentleman Any one can add strength and weight tc
frontispiece ot Mother[ and bai>y in the puviiegesot ugenileiU'in, Clyatt. J. Hiiiiams.. J.- IJ. Cu ews.. AUcliU.t 21 Le, 3Bnnlford toea. As soon KS be could extricate himself LM holy l h y rubbing well with olive oil This I IV'HTI-i.iii.| rr Ct'I' aft hi' apprrci.aced. .

I: new crudle. The Tiptoe T"ius.' Sw et- situ of Mr. Cleveland's fuends. The ('oiiniy (:OmnnUsilint'rs of Bradford C,) 10 Loon .3 he firre and ofFered her his .. after a warm txtth. Oil baths are partiu- Fir fun.'irr ltIre-n&u.1n ,s.tiy 'i
heart iu her Day Night-tiro's, NtigMo-r rirM who anived was punitive llIoIllhc of- fll.rid'i tinker 4 Levy ? "You are vtry kind sir" she replied. lurlj Ix'jiefici.il delicate children.A
IIce Babies. The Nursery BUclvsinitii., nid the Tlie Feb. 2S 1iL Brev&nl 5 Jiurty 2 "Not at nil, madam," he replied, "it.'" ]'V>. JI.. !f FO1( T..
riirlit Calnoun a Had:gun 7
ticers had picked up ihe iinn.: x-ifitific journal states that a tiirl.igar >
illuMrntetl Mouse biory. with.ou.er prelt) Citrus 5 Monaej 4 not Lindeaa, it's self defense."- Comlc, 1 ..:. .t. a.'.
pictures and merry jing'es' will capivate: 'second friend, who was U-ller 1t'l'Milllo'll.howcver. Postponed. Cay 6 :ila ion r.i: put on the hand with soap: will -- _. ct.t', r .at.
iucrcAhC its lather and cleanxir: .
lea baby and receive hl'llIlH-r praise tbun ever with Mr Cleveland than the Owing l., She ('tzlieuptr mee ings ltild Columbia 10 1 Mi>nro 11 They Were There. n-iitlj. ;
Doile >nj>-a.u 10 ovver. -r.l will itniove dirt chemicals..tr.ui .
k from nianima. Pi ice 50c u ye.ir, 5cu first. was shocked, deeply pained when other matters thai have taken up the tune Ue oto 7 Orange 13Duval I threat (at stately wedding banquetdon't ) I i >[. -'. ctc.Tnttll U.D.M1NEEWatchmaker
4 18 (Oe..i 4 blue pointn.
number. see
. The alwve inignzine8; are published by his eyes rested on the M>,.iing figure, l but of our citizens for I tne past luo weeks, we .caw1.lJ. j P.isco 61 I GII'ft nay XI). 2 w5th a shiver)-Yon don't I nni-hrciomsfroni ktool.vith-

; the D. Loihntp Jonipany, BoslClII.e' a close inspection revealed the fnct lli-u a are request id I in unnounrfor the IVak.Sisieis Uadsdn Fran.li-i Ii 4 VulJiiin 1N.U 1 1. I lcok at the I.Ti.lcsm.ild.V noses.Chicago out eating :i!.d v/uitlng for the res'ilts! )peal
::: of the ex-juvM-leut ., Ju 7 SI.Job R i i. T&"imti/ r.o (-:.iutl UKI put with it the fungi i while
small tn.lle on the nose that they huve ilectded 'ti-1 fit) e ham >a I
La Grippe Successfully Treated. ll..rDnDtlU 4 buuta tU/i-fe fHulsborotwh > bciiig cooked. if the onion remains white, { and
f "1 have just recovered from th Ct "- was absent from that of his inebriated their visit to Clarke indehnilely. Tin.s: IS Sumter 8 CJrcumtantii'I Eldeues Lacking. eat with confld". U it turns black don't ;

.: olld attack uf the grip this H'ar." says double, and as u matter of course tlu-ie troupe i is ('Omupie(1.! of handsome young Javkbuii i.oloies I 6*' oUM'iiuace Taylor IU o Lc Dr. Hutchinson recommends for the

e lot Mr. Ja*. O. Jone-, publisher the Lend were congratulations and handbhaking.: ladies and our lilizcuwill tniss a ti'l er. Mexia, '1'exitqn the latter ease I'I ._. Lafayette C WaKullA 2
of the feet and hands of the
It i is hoptd that they decide to visit VViU.on plunging patient
may Lake 13 Jeweler.
used \Jullh"rlain'd) Cough Remedy, To 5t-i; i# to Lily-Hodges' new Waslungloa 6. in water aa hot as can be borne. .He
acd I think with! cnnaidentblo success Staike al no distant lute.:
: ont boinsr in bed ., Hale over two dav goods.A The cnunlies will select their delegates says that the most rebellious cases bar
'I iKain.t -n tJ t'-A for the firsi attack. Tliesowind 1 -------- The Executive Committee.Lake in any manner as may be considered best bever resisted this mode of treatment.

attR k I : ni satisfied would ha\e new line of gents' furnishing Butler. Fbi.. Feb. IS. 1;93. by lilt pcopie acting thrllu.th the u"ual WE TELL THe Starke F a.

. J t don equally ns bad .c/o tho lirst but for goods jat in and for sale the cheapest -1" :( mci.-.bers J .tbedlleuseoflhisrellloo.\RS I had to g> to n1 .-III'd ihitt I Iut' convention i ioJJK'h coiinly r1h TRUTHabout
. ,;3 I in about six h- "ini allT beinp tltk- in town at J. W. Hodges. Committee for Braoford county are ni'-cl for tni puticjM.at I IIe ('IIUI t 4 [

e n with it. while in t'-e tirsl place) I vats i requested I meet at th<- cmirl it''liSt' insjii.trke bunsor oilier usual! j>iici..1| mvetitig IIi Seeds. We will send

. .; ah'e' to attend to buwim'ss Klxmt 2 tilt)'" (;emmts' gloves, shirts hose, tics, on Viond.-iy: ihe ?:.h day of Maieh.ItQ'Z. S.nur.liiy. y :1stArrat.igiilieiits I& you Free our Seed Annual Largest! fissortmen! of

f 8&tint 11:1'1:ting (down fto ('(- tt houltM fClr and in fact anything to make a at 2o'cinek". UuMir: nt imp i't- \ are Iw n nr.i'ii i by comsecure ; I I for 1892 which tells

1: ail iiicdiejtit de'llor,. hats, Hodgeat astonish- i anve will come livt< re the me-ting.! j I. mllh.I'tpp'llJtt'd t t..r oIlC'lI IHirl"'C. I" I THE WHOLE Watches Clocks fldJewefiv

New .roiitleman. at Jo. I L. HIM.. Cndrm. i<-iiuciil ruts ni ir.ive! Iu aid: fr..m I I, F7Ei ,
-. :? Washington, Penn., Don't fail to see : e TRUTH.Illustrate
bigly low prices. I viil .
People the convention. utd I lhi! couini '' > l .
n a new tin aie g.tiit i Ii,slow lie rtj.l4.aboUt.. bas inkinp nierii.hold of A his bargains.J. Card of Thanks. I give the luitinty (. IIuIItIs-." dii Illii..e 'f j jsiifli I w and give ,

1 few 'I1(, L. IO David Hvers, nf hit | The u.derbigll..llt lebiicb t'l. press her rt-siilta; si an eaily 'i,,. i prices In this Catalogue f

f"I'(\ b.uut: liN: first soi-k 01( CI.M"- XV. lIoIg"(':' baigains: are gen h>.It- I'.l I h'Lllkt for the kin inc<' nnd i isympatnv i County org.-inizalntns and dl'II' 'Llet arc which is handsomer than
: .III exiendul: to her by Bradford tiolinVd that this coiuniktfe will) rl nlTain Excited I lost It
'. M r.muh Kin.'ov; JIo l.s-s F\11 I m Stranzsr-Say a twenty ever. tells I Special attention ,
sock
b-.ugbt the
I. It HI :aiid ordtr.i| iorf He sivs: "It uine. h Me has a lar:e : to.i!!c N'o 42 F & .\. M.. in butYln\ her pa al b p. m MHV 31st to rr" !, dollar gold pfct< along here wwnewhere. .# ,' ,' NOTHING BUTTHCWr given o repairing -

j oaa Bv.n the lust ofaai-Jic io.:. I IIAV cheap r.id he wil' !ci; 'il t ch p. It beloved husbnud.Dr.. V1sit)' ,A'liicviit.with creiif minis nun issue uckets of I\dmut.;. Von haven't srj-ii !it. hare yon? of ClfH-l and l W teh.C-

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We sirolied ddw'ri: bluff with !ilii all that time having e tilild as easily haT called togetherhe FLORIDA'S GHAUTAUQUA p rnce. white cottages There waif no doubt a C1810N
\"AS lr 1 1 nysoil, to the befort I8 r satere prety grounds ver gedesirc
WIA' with the determination of enjoyingthe a n oppditunity to t bite of wood already floating .r. and home inviting on the part of a large !

I day t the utmost. Having ar- In answer to my questions, Captain down the river, and make sound A Great Movement for White Springs, of the people of the United
BY CI II. I'ttATT. ourelvCcolfortbly, I opened Martin made this statement: Severance boats of them again, as to have given &gnffce! little dances many that 8tt1

rnge my bk, tured to the had with him as a com- him a lift. All the hatred and maddened F" on the Line of Georgia Southern in the hal across the way; majority comprising bte

,: fi poem for such coune a day and such a mon shippe, upon the death of the I jealousy I had ever felt for the evening across where dus- ments society, to suppress .
Until the breaking out of the. war, I sior that* concentrated at that moment and Ford Rway. far back tradI- isiana State Lottery which teL
place, and read aloud: third he was promoted to man were ky Indian maidens I ,
lived with widowed mother and a mat madeor and won hoWe
my it to satisfaction of I and burned and seethed in my Arrangements are now being times were wooed had nearly run its
sitter }in the dull little city ofNew How sweet were, hearing the downward psito and course was
younger I i and heart and brain until I was conscious commencing tonal rambles strollthrugh
t-tremn, I Ii He was quiet re / a great Chautauqua, lovers; last legs. The most 0 "
Lndon. I worked hard and at my i With'half shut eye ever to seem, srved cOlcerne.. sldom speaking except to issue only of a devilish desire that he should on march and ending April 1, giving romantic and among lI speedy way .,
at
profession the day, Falling asleep a 2 sun-checkered destruction was through
.
hai drat orders and never touched a dropof and over it the J
,
night drove out to the old homestead To and yonder amber die.I four of interesting exercis.Tbe woody the
dream lgh of unsocial sick brother pleading days through office and
Which will not leave the ruitrobbust liquor. On account his no longer saw a ridge, drives and gallops Department, that was tf5T
hills
situated of the in several
the
on breezy
on* headed
by where
favorite with me for his life I saw only movement beyond,
heights; disposioion he was hardly a ; i beautiful country course adopted for its immdte'mination. .
the rear of .the'twn, overlooking To hear each other's whispr speech. with the officers or men, though all respected the man I ht. The man who had able gentlemen in charge of the State roads are as smooth and hard as turnpikes law ": :
Long Island. quietly, un- Eating the lotus day ly sailors stolen the should have been feet ring musically A was passed by(W,
him. The .
To at White Springs, assisted and the
dUturbed unusual watch the g |pi a the tract, considere Normal College hor'
by any eXIiencC And lnpr curving cr.pl,116.rl of creamy o spray; i him "queer" or "cracked. : mine. I heard the voice's of the men citizens of on the air and echo through the gress making newspapers conUlnla/; -
\ contented in each other I To hearts above if all in the by other prominent haven,
uplrits Martin knew nothing of his history, asking were bat; woods. It is a lustus-tempered l lottery advertisements unmaiJjjS!*
dreamed of the storm which I To the influence of mild minded melancholly
brewing ; 28th felt the water the state. has not entered, : "
that the creeping
And muse and- and could only add, on my where discontentment aud the Supreme
was soon to waken us from dull Court
our
of March, 18(57, while homewardbound knees, saw LeMar's eyes gleaming The Georgia Southern road has also and the people who come here from mater ott'.
routine and drowsy existence. The that?" asked Bessie Sud- United States lately
with horror he from his influence
\Vhat'l they encountered a severe as struggled and the render
into the sections
entered actively !
crash and project cathng
came away with it went storm. On the evening of that berth'and shouted: "For God's sake many drift un- cision sustaining the I
books and papers, and I started for denlVhat'l what?" Severeuce handed a dat Severance save me can notmeuntletmedie Major Knapp, who is an especial ad- of surrounding unresistingly into A law. We think it valdity'been tlI

the seat of war. Every soldier might "I thought I heard some one call the captain, seal' over t !" "Y'oudie," Ishrieked, vocate of entertainments of thia nature consciously acid satisfaction with bttr to
write .book full .of personal experiences ing." t die die like rat In it depth p the.-; have let the lottery run tf :
him the address, and in a your he is determined make and their |
desiring says t selves the place
of weary, anxious night on 'Joe, probably, shouted his before hole-and with on lips I Thereis course and permitted "
t of his death at time a curse
picket-of long tiresome I and this occurring any my the grandest thing of the year, 8 far tors: it would be hard todlsturL. I t die t.
mul', angered, home that he should deliver and struck a blow that a of natural death than
battle fields red with the blood and dismissal of the returned reaching it in This the sprang forwar senseless. In another n his road is able t do it. in the way of atmosphere Sl8 t have r '1
muter me
bertbreaklg with groans of wound to my book. i**?" captain promised t to person.do, and supposingit second I was on deck, followed by the A rate is being uf\nge of 1J cent rest and rererton. RIVER sorted to s desperate and dangerous I.'4remedy.

'; but all these, interesting But, propt on beds o' amaranth and moly, to be one of Severance's queerpranks fast rising water. The last boat was I per mile for the round trip, commencing "THE OLD SUWANNEE \I mel, whatever may
as they might be, have How bwctt (while warm air lull us blowing thought no more about the twenty feet away from the steamer's March 29 which has here cut for itself a deep' their political and religious faith h*
March 20 and ending ,
to do with soils (
nothing 11ui
lowly)
my mystery. side but I the river attempted through the sandy .
ten -
matter. The next ,
morning
this decision
In 1804 a post of my regiment wabtationed With Bcueatii haltdropt a heaven cark eye-lids an.*rtill I holy o'clock there was a cry of abut ove- to leap int i and almost atthe inclusive, a one-fare rate from March rocky passage understrata of the high pints agree that and sets a danger

at Jacksonville, Florida-a To watch the river drawing slowly hoard," and, although every effort was same moment Mat>el I.ufgve LKJ to Alri 1, special days with extreme woods. There are none of the low- OilS precedent, one which ha

pretty town ou a magnificent river. Ills waters from the purplu liiiTohertteenieralcolortd w.tcr- falling made to save him, of course it was a final lurch and settled swiftly limit April". All the Florida lauds, swamps\lor hammocks usual : hitherto 1e'l'l scrupulously avoided bv
Here after much hard little < '
k lighting, 'fhrouich uiauy a woven crcaulhus wreath divine impossible. The hugA waves tossed t resting place. I was picked up roads will lend their efforts to carrying indicating the approach to a all previous Congresses. The Ini _
rest and recreation the
no we enjoyed moment nearly exhausted and there by the such size. on the slope of
him hither and thither for a the; Only :
of Northern tourists to was a State
thousands
like l bOYS during vacation. and the far brine. of tht ana lottery institution
Ouly sparkling
oUlln' her see to the edge :
t and then, with one despairing cry, lie I solemn light, counted our number, of bluff; from its brow ,
Only hear were sweet, stretched out beneath during the Chautauqua, each :
'These halcyon days were darkened and found that place do the and densei it by thesoYereign _
the The lo dowl. low
pine.
0) aomewhat the illnufts of old I welt : making specially rates.
) by thcl riehc.rJands
my six and officer. "Poor of moister soils and and
third mate Robert The men one growths IH>W.T a it
HtLte
"There it i is Hvernee. An excellent is now being tl been'
class mate and present comrade, Char- again program contrast to h
Phi. LeMar! could The sudden
could it they any one !
not
I
was
sid of the
captain the policy Federal
"
lie LeMar, my'ilter'l affianced husbaui. "Bes.>ie, said I, urt certainly an accident or a case say of suicide. No have been better spared than he, and I arranged for tile Chautauqua. Among 4>ue vlmo' has just come upon it is at! Governmentheretofore
Though debilitated he would nervous thiat but I hope those whose : already appear on to refrain from
morning ; you 1\US
the hands h
honest mine and and Hefnr.
fall and nothing grasped surprising.
one had seen the man confidently i- pleasant intne
list and from whom it is onCe
will not make that for foolishly the
not forego active service and spoke an excuse down with the internal
voices tremulous with flows darkly dling
historic river
known of the disaster emotion, the
was unti lecturoor will I us affair the
cheerfully of rewmitaimtiui he in imagining that the lowing of a speech
I the bitter cry of distress was bore thanked me-his murderer, for having beIe\.da between two sloping walls of verdure,, SUites.During.
F to make the .St. Johns river cow, or the howling of darkey t be had, :
wndo up : o\'r risked life in the vain all' below
the rush and of own broken above and by variously
them above roar my
gun boat, Maple Loaf. '1.1 I in the
expedition started on a bright MardiI L quiet, and lot's enjoy our laz 'ls."' in brief. I wish to call special I You know very little of my life after state. brown hnkl'r jutnb" .sleeps and gnarle I movement (the in tense

morning, anl going to the 1'I "But I did"hear sOll' one disti !tyc'nl attention to his mention of dates. It; I left Jacksonville. I went to my to VI. Deems"of New York. tn'etrunks1 and over and behind all mi. ment of which can hardly be realized excit
"Bill
tho oil 1 to tind I for Arp.
boys wa
Bob Severance; surprised the officers in I hlp.." wi be remembered that the MapleLaf regiment and fought like : demon: Warren Clark of Columbia,Tenn., blue Floridian sky with its floatingwhite by the young men of this generation v .
among )
: lost March 29th 1864 also winning distinction, which I did not E clouds. The mingling i of umbrageous
was ; .J,
command of the troops Boh wan I just listen a moment and L F'. P. Fleming of Florida. men advocated the
'l'l lan passage of
just three to a day from want, and courting death, which I oaks and dark magnolias -
from Old New London-a good fellow pc-i !you will be convinced." time March'l'ar 29th 1WJ7 llessie could not win. So it has been for: Hon. John Temple Graves. whose white blossoms green lavHily a law excluding all abolition
that on .
but with drop of Indian blood in his So I put down the book and stopped Dr. E. F. Warren. ltrt
1 and I had that terrible experience three awful years. Walking or sleep- scent the summrrair, with the various from the lai They had
in E. 1'ark.
veins. I sometimes I I[ delight the
thought an sensuous over dreamy old wreck in the St. Johns ing is all the same to me. I )have Capt I forest trees to the sec. bttr
over the I i other 1 peculiar to than
Tele pretext u on did
looked at his swarthy skin, .straight, J lusciousness of the day and scenery.I Allen of the Macon go : tho who
I lookod half closed lids river; and again, the date of the l.terI hear his voice; pleading, and have and the water's side, .ofcU.c l
coal black hair, anti bigheheek bones, ) through out the blow graph. ton favored a similar law against the Looisiana
about to shows that anew hour since and rounded off -
am give, I every by a
and remembered the pertinacity of upon) "the sapphire waters of the beautiful i wattp Dr. J. B. McFerrin. el'lC
.
r written by Severance on the evening that fatal night. I have plunged into ,' of dergrowth, combine into & l'xeIUitite Lottery, because slaver was I incorporated
hatred towards a poor little chap who St. Johns. So waited lk>s.sie I He J.V. Burke url a number
wI of March 28th 1807( his death occurring every dissipation, but could not find effects. On tile one hand will be into the Constitution
all of of the
had done him a childish injury \\hen I alert for (the expected cry; I drowsily others from different part Georgia
the next day March 29th-facts I forgetfulness; I have tried to find consolation view of gentle beauty,
a
we were boys togthcr. He had hl''l:I nodding( away the mUlent', sorompletely in and Florida and other p1''ntl'c United States,and! was thus recognized
that corroborated by Captain religious bu the other i is one partaking ofthe
devoted rioter but imbued with of r are 1ar- tu'hinl" It is the intention of the
4 a r ) niv L. t I projectors and protected by the laws and
SIre cared for him; and although lotus I quite forgot what we tl. These facts may or may wherever have been \ t nf the to make sterner aspects of the grand, a.y abolition -

never nothing quite sure that lie for were lalitlt for, and languidly imagined coincidences. However, theymay "vengeance" is mine; I will repay,, White ChutuHlmlovtlent" permanent homeof : of them suflicient to tempt and to in literature was likely to incite rot

gave her for rel using him, he always that the quiet happiness of tho I be e'ullilel'el, by the incredulous, saith the Lrd. He whiHlwr to meat the Florida; Chautauqua. The institution spire the artist's pencil. Thestill pile and insurrections. But although having

me with his old aflection, moment would never be cl:4urhe'1: they certainly HI1ulei receive the serious night, those 'e' am: has, at different times, been: towering up in background and thegry a large majority in Congress and .
rCI mbl're hands for The a
: attention of those who attempt to* cal vengeance. cm I l' with their funereal
and very glad to meet him I The river was so quiet and ; held at DeFuniak Springs. gaunt 'pl'S"l' majority the
has on
Philip, Supreme bench
again. LeMar waved hi* crutchcheerfully thu air so full of fragrance, the wholo explain the mystery.KOHKKT farewel. ". Already steps have ben taken to drapings of darker 11"", standing theproslavery

by. way of farewell, and the seetie M> altogether lovely that from I SKVKHANCK'S: LETTKH.N must My always story is tul he. mystery unless place the grounds in readiness for the down close to the 1'st..iously shadowed advocates rl'fus t pass

boat steamed away from tho dock. my Mini I fll that- <) BoAKDftllll'tiKNKKAL: JACKSON, 1 some one can tell IJHttf'it was: Chautauqua. Ground has been laid:I tel, U! if lstl'lil lend a such a law, Ll'CUUs' its dangerous ,

Five days later l'ale the news that L "Surely, s :nly, slumber& Is more sweeter. than March 28., 18( 7. / Bessie, Joe and myself saw on the off for an observatory and dormitory, half to the whole half "UPl'rttous sole'mni: tendencies, and left it to each State
on her return trip, the Maple lAva, toil; "PiiiuiTonight I am strong and I wreck in Florida, tho same ltOU) orange tr.es are beiugset out: also JO clrctl.r manage its own affairs. t
had been blown i Is uu" joy but CahilL" morning live oak trees and other improvements from the interest always :nmkll'el i :
up by a torpedo, sonic Thre the hot blood pulsates as regularly Severance drowned ,04 -
a was at thou-
sea, a the mind and of the be We we already the effects
miles the river. made.WHITK imagination of the lottery
fifteen up e\ Suddenly across the sparkling river when you and I played on the old I san miles What did we hear: are being '.
away.
men," Mil the messenger, "including came a prolonged cry-half a shout- wharves at home, but in spite of all I a human voice, or the echoing cry oft I SPRINGS. holder. for The stream has a fl'lular attraction law. There .has already been'offered ;
visitor
LcMar, gone down with the half a sigh. All dreaminess this I am dying man, and as such I Ipray [ every in the
hac I present Congress
my ted i lost spirit? What did I touch with m As to the beautiful spot where the has passed out in history and( legenO a bill tosuppress '.i
wreck, that the lU.'ivurl would I in anlinstant. you to read th.s few lines, thelast this strong right hand-the shoulder o f Chatauqua has been held, it can Let I; and its launched thewingw stock gambling and makingall
,4 noon be in-Jacksonville. "'V ) said Bessie "are I shall ever You do not l\ml' upon
satisfied
a living who looked
l'I you writ. man-a man into be said that volumes have been written of has
floated out the tidof "
I met Severance twice after the ,sad I?" know the received;;; song, upon newpalcn publishing stock quo .
and spoke familiar words? of ,
my eyes, grandeur its its
,
groves, time rohii !
termination of the rennuti ;
yet the drift of
that and i is
first time I congratulated him on his \'e listened for its repetition, and I that have followed me for three weary senses of touch, of sight, and 11tr- spring is been told. echoed years, to-day r r- mailable matter, and 8 it will go on.
turously back to from
escape, and asked for an 'account of the sound floated over to us years, nor that dreadful hand beckoning alike us ki
-
again a ing were deceived and that we The Macon has the following Whenever
a
Telegraph dred lands across the f. party it will
the "Which he gave huriicdly full horror and me down to I am sunny obtins
of that
iIHtr despair L despair. were simply the victims of a delusion? to of the wonderful springs
:
and tho hesitation apparent we both shuddered as though a sud dying and! I thank God for this assurance WHAT WAS IT? "The say White ward which it Hows. enact laws making the literature of the '#
Upper, or SulphurSpring
p4. in one communicating sad news. Tho I denl'hi had pvoitikcii us. ; for it will be easier to receive I Ocala, Fla., 1892. and the village of White The society of the village is as goO' opi>osite party unmailable, and thus

second time, he came to bid me goodbye "Hole ODe? is drowning ," said Bessie. the full damnation I deserve than t befollowed Fel. 2_ Springs are situated on the north bank L as aud could be asked ; good order prevail* will civil liberty in the United States
no intoxicating allows1sold
effected liquors are
having an exchange intoa .
by his face for years to come
of the Suwauuee river in
regiment stationed in the Slicnau-: Seizing the glass and resting itagainst L -peering at me from the inky sky, or Sho..S 'er a..t. county, on the line of the, Georgia Hamilton ; for this is a sulphur water tom be ultimately destroyed.

k (IaIL'ahley, where the heaviest lighting the log, I looked out upon the gleaming up from the !shuddering sea Some and Florida railroad, five miles S. a (01 water country. Sneaking on this subject, the New '

was then being done. river-this time with wide open e I would rather my secret would sink years ago a i popular Westeru Suwannee Shoals miles York Standard very wisely says:
eight
f The months passed by quickly and I i 'eli with but I I amusement was a shooting match for : ; 1Velhorn
taking in every speck that me into the sea, am forced \ the Florida "And that
.1 on Central now the
brought U!to the winter of lh<>7. My UpOI its ripples. There was canle a to tell it, and the (confession of my beef in winch all the marksmen of the I i Peninsular, railroad's western division and liEN OF THE HOUR precedent exists,
mother was (letl.1kiSl4'M, ) hl'aU"'r breath of to fills the brim hood who shall say what crimes against liberty
winc; we had not sel a single crime you to my cup lelghbu participated. The homely of road, and fifteen miles from Live
: much impaired and I had I'l'l'l laid I sail morning. How was itpossible I: of earthly punishment and woe. I I[ tpoit. is decril.t by .e eccentric Davy Oak, on the Savannah, Florida and it may uotshield? Therearemen
Ole Aide with an old fashioned attackof ) that any disaster could have have loved you as a brother-betterthan CrocEt "Life and Adventures." Western line. who regard orthodox sermons as degrading

., rheumatism. After cue l'ol"uIn- overtaken : boat?-and yet the cry most brothers love each other- A farnitr wishing to raise The spring has been known to the and others to whom socialist

tion, we oncudl'l t spend tll certainly; came from the river. Slowly and I know that I must destroy whatever advertise tlint on a certain moneywould dayunit supplanters of the red man for perhaps := a literature is worse than lottery adver.
mainder in Florida; and, I turned the glass up the river until it love or respect you have left for hundred tisements, while still others look
at a given he a or even and for upon
place years :
ten days after we were plowing came in range with the old wreck me. Henceforth you are t know me wout put up a how to him before 10r. infidel writings as a moral plague. It
fift long
rate beef disturbed in
through the sandy ftf'l't' of Ja.kCu- There were the great blaek beams- as 1 cowardly, sneaking, red-halde i niiirksiueu to b shot After tho, his i>oscssion never be known. An must appear to them that the United
had
ville. Slice my the town silent sentinels the murderer. assembled a subscription wi States
over graves of the Associating as neighbors old in the Government, in carrying time
fcc had become littorally Yankeci/.ed, and 1 martyred dead-but I could see nothing classmates and companions in arms, paper 'was handed round with the follow year lan or two since had known village it for a mail matter to which they object, is In

L showed i its' regeneracy by an air of else, and pointed the glass further-up you know my whole history up to the lug lie.uling: of sixty and had watched upward '' :- partnership with the devil; and given

1 hustling activity and prosperity very the river. Just then another cry- I fatal day. You know I loved your "A B offers a beef worth $2 to boiliot scores of Indians years who then inhabited .. the iM'litical power they would doubt

unlike its former life and that of Ul tsouthern this time of direst agony. Bessie i sister, but you could not know the for at 25 cents a shot" the ( and came from far and less have all such matter declared unmailable.

cities. i cutCheelmy arm with cold, trembling! depth of that love. She was yourHgta 'J )lie* paper was passed from hand to I near'Omtf' in and drink of it dis- -.1 But the principal danger
After a few weeks residence in Jacksonville I : quickly bringing the and my life. But I need not a lies in the direction
: the of the
: 118nc number subscribed I |N)rting themselves in its basin at restraining
wu accepted( a kind and pressing glass hack so that the wreck was dwel upon this. I was refused; Le- for unt shot time. In those a publication of new and theories
the of the and later 1 unpopular
price days
up Two partiesused ii.
to visit Mr. Burl's *
1l'ittol cotton again in range I thought was was accepted. In those few bef to regarding religion and
'el who had come in and in tents government.
persons subscribed wagons
a few miles up the sure-that I detected some strange object word are summed up a life time of: shot I from The postotfice is the .
river. An hour's sail on the Dictator, and a moment's careful observation misery and crime, and an eternity of: were then selet t act a judges, they could various distances, camping where l i for the dissemination of great all ideas agency \ -
,
conveniently themselves ,
commanded by I jolly captain, of I convince'me that it was a man : what? I shall son know. When: Every r furnishe hU own target of the beneficial avni and if its service be withheld from the
4'r blockade runner lotmet.y, brought u S clinging for his life to the( iron beams. the war broke out I was glad for the -a board with cross the center. Wa tt'r. em..t of the \ advocates of what may at time be

24 within sight of Ic\ grove of "Quick, Bessie, call Joe, while I got I opportunity to rush into its lxcie- The shot that hit the center, or camo I 'rhl water of this spring i is unpopular, the opportunities any for mak
$ Spanish oaks which surrounded Bint's the boat." And before I could reach ment, and try to forget the past. nearest to it, secured the hide and tal- different from the entirely c 1 hug it popular would be narrowed aKf

house. Our friends, accompanied I by the wharf she was half across the field, When we met in Jacksonville in I low which was the first choice. Th sulphur water of Florida ordinary 8aHl' 1 most to tfio point suppression.
the usual crowd of {black toddlers -ii and back again the time I 18<>4, I did not wish to know that I I other \''
I by was you neat best shot "It is difficult
to
his These realize
got choice of the hind states. are legion but while that our liberties
tow-Miirts, met us at the wharf, and I ready to start, closely followed by Joe, even a scar remained of the old I Ivound. ;
led by them, proceeded to the house i, whose eyes almost started from their You remember, I had been:I quarters; tie third receive the other some of them are of more or 1(8 valm' GUNS IN LOUISIANA. feeling can that be overthrown. There is a
the
when
::4 which wan large and hind quarter; the his choiceof majority are worthless or com- liberty is really assailed
rambling dilapidated IWkl'tl with fright at this sudden 1 ordered to the command of company tk
but in i its day !
;M tial. There was nothing hlautful I 1 Jessie took the rudder while Joe awl t tI ,coutngexpeiton.Va it fate, that L remaining quarter; and the sixth was too thoM of been this particular spring have John A. Morris. by direct But liberty is seldom assailed
about the save tho I I ourselves for allowed the lead long proven beyond peradventure attack. Itis generally
lllnll settled a hard row. \VeWl'I'O [ upon dek of the in the tree to which the
_:_ old oaks : branches waved to admit now of a cavil. Thc KINO OF TUB GIANT by gradual approaches, and very frequently
whose count- fully a mile and a half from thesunken Maple Leaf, I should see for the first L targets were nailed. I.1'Elt.
less pennons of long, gray mo"'. lio- steamer, when time in years, Charles LeMar, the affianced The judges temperament i:about 72 degrees Fahrenheit The announcement of John A Morris in the name of morality. With
perhaps the here
: calling old time memories and recit ting half the distance h anc licen passed,over husband of the woman I loved? when st near tree, and making it highly agreeable that the lottery would not a a restriction and there another,
a for accept made
\ : our later experiences Burt, I I turned my) head and could distinctly He commanded the gun boat, and, mal they shouted, "Who bathing, while still cold enough to renewal of their necessary apparently by some
shot
? and charter
the be
shooter created conduct
palatable. that
too, had seen hard service in the army see the part of the man's body although weak from an attack of gave his name. :sensation offends the moral sense

j t. -found us hardly ready at midn'glit His face upper wan turned toward us, and I fever, and a crutch under his right After all had shot the judges eUlincc THE WONDERFUL SPRINGS.At : in the Bayou State. When the L liberty may at last IK bound hand and

] to be lulled to nlecp by the not unmusical again the cry rang in our ears; he had I arm, he limped forward and greeted the boards and decde what part the the foot of the wooded and anti-lottery faction, headed by Governor foot. What part this lottery decision

croaking of frogs down in the evidently caught bight of us and was me with that genial courtesy for beef each man lJd won. Sometimes one bluff; above which stands the uneven Nichols, had recovered fron, the may play iu the programme of tyranny

: swale, accompanied by an occansional 1 calling us to hasten. Bessie sprang to which he was so well known. The man, being a good marksman, and having l', leaps to life the vila surprise which i> not foreseen ; but at some critical
r dull boom, boom (fun u I t 01. Upon her feet whit Joe and I made the very.sight of huiumisttmuiybiood on lire subscribed for six or eight shots. giving woncerfulspring Ito they had beer moment it may prove to be the one

reaching the river early the folnwil L boat fairly )Vti the little curling made me mad with jealous rage-but would get nearly all the beef.AVhlch magic! watlI'imixM-tance burst from a unmeaHuredelcpths name.rfhe thrown by this unexpected change of thing needful."

morning, the first thing that ,I wa\'l ts.'e were almost there. I cllhec it back and merely repelled through a cleft in the front, they denounced the declaration The New York
Fruit
solid Trade Journal
attention tall black "
my was a singu- "Phi, whispered Bessie-"Phil, advances with an icycivitiy. rock, emerging a few feet as a ruse to entrap them into
larly shaped object rising out of tl thl'f'it not a boat in sight and the' I saw but little of him during: W. It! river's low water mark. above the of ', the candidate a support has the following to say shipping to

the M-ater shore., perlmpN a mile fncu half I man nppe'ur to he tied to the wreck., the trip. His fever increased, his; One of the best complment a preachercan i is enormous, being estimated The discharge the McKnery! governor lottery State. J \'II a. Tom, Dick and Harry. :

A terrible I suggestion flashed wound very painful, and after ever have : at 1 ( ) faction is < "We
%'hat is itVI' Q"trn1 Il'canl i preaches a if ,200,000 gallons per hour. The vol procuring guns and prepar- are continually reading of
.., "The wreck Illktl ; was it possible that .some fl'nl the day or two, he remained in I he meant every word he says." Nothing Little rises and rushes out under the: lug to enforce its demands by arrils, I if plans for the proper marketing and

Burt ) Leaf" had made this lan fast to the wn'lk: his stateroom. We were successful II I is quite so soon detected as insincerity in wall of the bathehouse, twisting and I fail at the i>olls. This fight distributing of fruit, especially Florida
ans"'erll "hlo"l up by the and left him to die. The in
our expedition Pofotka
thought reaching
the pulpit. turning, bublimr and ourirlmou against the, giant lottery. whos oranges. 01.all the i.hma sumrested
.. llelw iu'G-L": .. .''s. (too. horrible. to be harltored for an I without accident t,although our progresswas I. A Western minister who is though frenzied by the i be charter in 1S9.1, hiritmgsJohmui A. none seem to be able to solve the
mm not u nine comuseu, j instant, hut it life slow, of not always 'ffort-t l'xlire
UrprllC put new into
my beeuus our slight knowledge free. Between Morris
so careful he the bath the profits from that problem successfully that is to the
as
ls con
hurriedly told him the circumstances and ought to be in ,
weary arms, in a moment of the channel and the making
of n1re report his his river, which space is covered by a few cern last year reached < ( ( ) into entire satisfaction of the growers.
afllictions lioat $1,1)f
my and I practice
our the
fiHttr'K tel rl'qUet' touched wreck. we hud heard before preachinland go together
Again steps an nnwished-for \\
minature believe
ftrtlg1 a island divides e that of
the first
him to mako no allusion the fearful the prominence.{ Mr. one steps
to moan The rudder effect that numbers some friends
drop had ttlng a story ofadventure. Morris is
waters of the the
trpl'O' spring and a very successful in direction of solution
ltawer in her preene< was ped from Bessie's' trembling hands been placed in the river was a large story, and tho those of the river in they, Join and his stable sportsman, should be a proper
bl'nett two is discrimination
bold running of in
one the ship
I that I bud
'strange
not once with a face white as death itself of enterprising Yankees minister's little 10 old sparat in
girl streams (
nnt year listening best
was maintaining country is ments for
as evident from ; instince It to us
of :
thought our proximity to the Kink to the bottom of the boat. that diieotion. appears
:ll Having accomplished t it very When he fin alt for some distance out. The his capture the other day of that where a his
wreck but I did not intnty odor tWe ('ur- shipper sends oranges
; once down I turned the of )
Thrwin oar and rcconnaixani-e
my object our we ished, she old stakes
worth
that any evidence that terrible llost'l there, apparently 'lashed( to the iron to return. The perfect loveli open eyes strongly impregnates the air over a at $:IouC.) His home is to New York, say to one, two

ine had been left. There weru thu .beams, with his arms stretched out startc the day made such an impression upon her father's face and said very considerable area of the surrounding rlhrolr's Neck, near New York or three commission merchants, there
massive iron beams gmavely: climbing the bluff and few ago some curio he should instead of also
-stern and ifncompromUing like the arms of a cross was Bob Severance upon me that if I were live years stop, ship
-p.. as the face of just ice- his sallow face, with thouoand the t of a "Is that true or. are you caching the village and through the woods and ity was aroused by Mrs. Morris erecting ping to some friend in the same city

utterly refusing to fall and be buried the lino of death, his black hat dripiugauiI would never'lar fade away.memory My pain i Lowlmpa?" crossing for the river, l beyond which even her a 25,000: () cottage to accommodate who does not understand the first
'.* in the black though) some distance it may detected husband, whose stentorian snores rudiments handling fruit and who
watef furious tangled with bits strange seaweed forgotten, I was b ,
happy, peacefully in
I the air and is arouse the ni ht.
rather Last
winds and had lushed them his lurid pleasant than year Mr. Morris is engaged in an entirely -
Wa\'ot unrelentingly eyes with fire and his thoroughly happy. Night swooped Cltl.** Only. otherwise. occupation
The the
for bath house in the opened Mount Morris Itace foreign to the fruit
HO a Therethey lips with trade.
writhing
long till' agony as he at- down us suddenly as it
upon] ,
The bottom Track
always of at
fmslnel for years after to be tempted to utter the words. "Ven dots in Florida;, and through the darkness csirbity"f care in expressioncan a romantic ravine leading Westchester, N. Y., a feature This man will invariably sell to
of
into
: len by the thousands who tisally geance is mine, saith the Lord." For a there was wafted to us a strong hardly too. forcibly impressed from the riveris three stories high, and father which was his racing stable. His some few retail dealers for what ever -, .
the
:- passed u}and down that beautiful moment I was dumb and helpless breath from the salt sea; the stars upon those who write ad verthelelt., third, a foot bridge spans to the was likewise a lbcrllatron of lie think is a fair price and by this
a the turf
on bluff before
M river. with terror; then, springing to the quivered in the dark dome above, and circulars, and public announcement of and step whence pathways him, alc1r. lorris'l arrangement take so many customer*
:. Later in the day, whl'l Bessie walked side of the boat I reached over twinkled in the water beneath. all and flight of steps lead up to the hotel son, A. H. Morris, is from the jobber or commission-merchant. -.. -
him
down to the bluff, I ,'al prepared draw him in. \\{bile doing s I t Eight bells struck and I went below. A sort.ery peculiar effect was produced by in village. The facite for bathing has in his present stable. Mr. Morris We know of several instances,

to answer the question he asked the conscious of a vague wonder at the Hardly had I reached my stateroom, the following announcement contained most any of desired the moe ample, but now passed well the prime of life, being some shipper in Florida sends his

moment her eyes fell upon tl strange absence of ropes, or any other medium when, above time steady thump,thump, in the advertisements of a county fair: enough, bather al who arc strong still in vigorous along in the fifties, but he is fruit to a druggist, who sells to several

object in the river. "It merely a by which he could be kept in that position of the machinery, there was heard a "Among other attractive features waters of the in the health. large grocery stores. Another handler

sunken steamer; these wnithern rin'r1 ; but the wonder was forgotten slight noise, as though we had gratedagainst this great Fair there will of rock-hewn spring, which fill the w iu the crockery line, and still another

are ful of. dangerous snags, you in an instant, for, as I laid my hand some obstacle, this was instantly donkey races and b highly, amusing effect is polm the basment. The Our population In 1750 was who runs a dining room. What
:: kno, upon his shoulder, a shudder seemed folowel by a heavy explosion. pig rces. and highly ex At the tnd of 1,260,001( do these people understand about bow
; The days slipped away cluil.t' amipleasantly. to pass through the wreck, causing The bw steamer was lifted I 'Competition in these two contests hilarating. thirty years, 1780, it had to profitably dispose of fruit? On the

) Under the pine trt' we the beams to rock and the water beneath of water, quicKly falling out open t citizens of the county only!" A VISION OF GRANDEUK. reached 3,95,0. At the end of thirty other hand, they injure the market

drank in health with their pungent to trl'lhil and the man slip again, amid the crashing of timbers', i Leaving the spring and ascending years more, the life time of a genera and take custom from the leeitmate

r7 fragrance; we luxriated upon oranges ped from my grasp, sliding down into the hiss of escaping steam and, aboveall to the top of the bluff, which ris here tion, 1810, it stood at 7,299,881.; merchant.

and lorries, and idly floated up and the green depths, while with horror the cries and groans of the The Atchison Go thinks that when perhaps seventy feet above river, course of another In the Every branch of industry has Itsexperienced

down the great river, watching the stricken faces web'zl1 overtime 'side of wounde. Half stunned, I managed people read a thing about a man in the view prente takes one who : genemtol, or in traders and they should

; ituuseU. And when the ful white the boat, !seeing only the ever widening ris frm the floor, upon which I the papers they look at him the next not place before by h 1840, it was 17,09,45. At the present be the one to handle the products.

y. p moon api>eared over the ( belt of circles that dote the surface of the had been violently throw and tried time they see him a if they hadn't seen pris. The piton overlooks entre time the fgre run up.to the neigh- This is the first step in the direction

the east, we shot out from the seedy rh'er.'e tok up our oars, no word to stagger through the mass of debris it; when they read a mean thing about ly the bluff opposite side borhood of good prices. Men in the same line

r) shores of the solemn river into the was spoken, but with scared faces and by which I was .surrounded. I heard him, however they look if they ha<| river, and commands a prospect of the increase is 65,0,0.a fair I this ratio of of business create a fair competition

iJ eilvery path it left upon the water, nen'eles hands, we slowly took our the boats lowered, the shouts of officers seen it.For a country beyond. The land still gradually we shall basis for prediction while those who compete while engaged vi"

and drifted on-and on-dreamily way home. The noon was a sweet a and the men rushing on deck slop upward toward the north, have at the time when the also in other pursuits cannot

:: ,1, happy with no Hud to break the the morning had been, the sun shone to escape from the fast settling steamer. a -kept boulevard leading ten-year-old boy of to-day shall out_ do hrrm to the *

\et silence of the moment, save the as brichtlv.- and the river dance and- Just. then. heard LeMar's weak, Value Received.-She-TT--- w.-. past the hotel and through the village. forty years of in b producer.
: faint ripple of the water under our sparkled as brilliant as ; a trembling voice faintly calling for desperately in love with her. Why he This is shade on either hand by mag- like age, 1920, something Mrs.

: : bow, or the splash of distant oars far great horror had fallen upon us, and help. Why did I hesitate? I had to lent her costly flowers and nificent contrt on the left a 16.0,0 of people in the Unit Ella Wheeler Wilcox think*

down the river; and then home again, we thought only of the dead man out but open the door. I could easily nearly every day for two years. prent short way up intervening row Stt and when that man forty that all men prefer flirts to sedate

,. t sleep) soundly ', until the blow of the there, who after H*) many 'ear had save him. Pushing open the door, I finally win her? He-No. He earned leaved of smooth, gloucO! reaches his seventieth birthday 1950 girls. To be a flirt a girl must have
at sunrise should break in gone in this mysterious join his i saw him in her. sycamores, ,
The
upon way t sitting upright his berth, Epoch. an which we shal have close upon vivacity and life and what la denominated -
our rt coIn rades. vainly trying steady himself against S -_ t. ample croquet ground, backed by 40,0,0. -
: : ). our host left U!to the tender Five mouths later I received the fol- the lurching of the boat a she settled S. J. Kennerly has embarked ihe bowling alley, skating rink and Tat man's son, who wi b "the "go. Qualities it seems which

;: mercies of Old Aunt Winnie ane lowing letter from the hands of Cap still lower. "Oh,Severance! I thought hardware business in in the .billiard and hali. Further youth of his old age" in 1990, one attract all. men. <
T, her tribe of colored i tain Willis Martin of the I had been deserted Paltk. Mr on and running at hundred -- -
Mte1tc. whaleship ; quick, give me a Kennerly a veteran in I rght angle U a years from now, will

. jny marine glass and copy' ?f Ten- j Ol'1'rl Jackson, who had carried it lift, old fellow." Give him a lift! I j l track i wish }lm success.. ware all row handsome of stores and, neat and tasty In houses ap- citizens of more of a than republic with a population b the- the Kentucky National will Democratic tend a delegation Convention to <$


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