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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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HOW PERFUME IS Katlag t l-re. .

_.{ MADE A Kong l.fr.tho Play. THE FATE OF PENNIES.LIKE FASHIONS OBSERVED AT HOTELS. BIG FAIltS{ OF THE PASTFIRST Shelley &a vegetarian and a Ideaist MEMORIES.

."- S flood friends, lhol.i mum this sug Perhaps if he had been a meat etr. bl
; The play of Mi, from youth to age I Always leave the water stdlns In the verses would have displayed more passion .

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE ART We'1 sot you forth some olmertul chow I PINS, MILLIONS OF THEM ARE vsashbmxl I when done with It INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION: HELt and tre. for the contrast between his BT buN KEXDRICK B."G

OF SCENT MAKING.It eummor plnnaau '0 anti the rOle, Fill coat pockets with hotel poetry Byron's is striking, though
And winter then-with 8hlluj scenes and yewA LOST EVERY YEAR.. tationery up your; will help advertise the IN FRANCE IN 1798. Byron attributes Ms best worl t the inspiration With apologies t James Whttcomb Elley E
comedy tears aotel. I t of gin and life gene Field. Carl Smith,and other Western

Ante- The With king and poasaut clown and Bag. (Change news stand without any intention of buyIng National Show of l\olf Recent Year candle that is lit at both ends burns out. Bay Pete do you remember I them happy
Industry ai C.rrlN In Frane. Here shall you see both Jewelled queen, Any Other Coin, What Has Heroine I Byron's horror of corpulence drove him days of yore.
The I''e Prlm.r Orion-New York Awl maidens on the village green; Old Copper Cents anything.Suck The Crystal Palace-Ol her F.nglUl t dietetic expedients to avoid it that certainly Wen me and you .&workln In ole Bbb.KS'r
The prlnoe.whose figured blade of eteel of 19,00,0 the soup from off the end of the Pairs-The Paris Exposition-Fair* It tended to shorten his life, such store,
.. a Market for P..rumer. Taps Idly on Ma Idle heel. \ Weight of Paper Money-Other Note spoon. The harder you suck the furtheryou chewing tobacco to starve off hunger and. A-he.lo. apples, note'a raisin a
And men of nobler brain and be heard. Other Countlf'The the dAY.
Tile art of making perfumes Is old brawn of all the cents? It can the desire for food, and other questionable
becomes seemsto
& a Whose toll commence with the dawn. An poor Bill a why the blanesa
If anything is mislaid or, lost in a hotelIt first industrial exhibition was helc Had he lived In these kp. .onderD'
history itself. Before music or with.Lhem very much as it Is with methos. pay!
architecture had crystaliz palntnl., Into art. We'll show you Bin and goodness too. ? b-nobody. knows when and how they is proper to accuse the chambermaid or in France In 179S, but it appears to havi days have been told how t keep *K* how our d ads they lectured as for perpetratln -
aud tho methods of perfumes Thing small and preat. things old and nW| llsappear. Yet they vanish in some other help of pilfering. been rather a collection of such objects o down fat and still live well and enjoy met crime _
maklnlit had Borne dreams,and how the dreams came outi Fashion. Last the Philadelphia Mint Step up to the bootblack stand and French art and manufacture a could bl of the luxuries cf life. A-playln penny ante In the church at sermon'
taken a strong hold on al poples A Viet rles of faith. dff"nt of doubts. coined 94,000,000 year of cents. It would take a rush YOlllel or black your own boots, borrowed from their owners than an assembling Walter Scott passed a gfnla. social existence time.
sacrifice of perfume In the Incns. Meanwhile obedient string and flute but thereby dime.It of competing and manu took plenty lived
goodsized building to hold BO many,
Our scene with melody shall suit- SI\Og artst 'r how we loved Sal Peterby. aa lived leT Hickory -
was uocOftbary part of ancient facturers and their temperately I and insisted on having seven
many ,
I Shall pipe the dancers on the gras they did not begin to supply the never- is proper to wash your mustache in Tl lie.
rl lons. Incense was u!ed by the Hebrews Play dirge when the mourners Ias. satisfied demand for more. Just now the the finger bowl, there being no law by The second exhibition was held in 1902 or eight hours sleep out of the twenty I '}how we punched each other's h.a n' fit
lator by the Druids, England establishment referred to Is hard at work which you may b stopped. during the consulate of Napleon. anc four; hence he lived to a &o ag ad I as tbo' ter kill
and now In nil the Roman Catholic Now let the waiting curtain rise. manufacturing further supplies, and so It Stand in front of the counter and \a exhibition of the did more work-that bears page Becus Sal bowed to me one day. 'a wouldn't
And hither draw all wondering eyoR will continue. pub and manufacturers Triennial exhibition! of it the impress of genius-than any man dow ter you.T .
churches.The that think the
Friends, may we please you every one I Bronze cents are subject to more accidents icly proclaim you were then held unless prevented by war of his day. Burns, his equally gifted nex* day smiled 8 sweet on yOu n*eat m*
Greeks nnd their the The about tho worst ever saw.
imitators before the Is
song play donIIBmes than happen to other United you and and these countryman, lived to eat and drink, and dead In two?
Romans, aU hnd t .eir fa01 Ite'scents andlrving'8 Buckham lu Detroit Free Press. States coins says the any Washington correspondent Stick your feet upon the writing desk in were revoluton of exhlbloD( hence the rsult It is true, that he left 'H how she lilted both on us'n married.flllas
Life of Maholut. tells h w the and writing room next to the world will not Prime
of the Philadelphia Press. It leading only for France or French manufacturers poetry that
the passionately delicate thn Prollet; was devoted to Didn't Want to be an Angel. Is said that a penny changes hands In your neighbor who is endeavoring to In the United Kingdom (Great Britain willingly let die; but what might he not Bua.e -penny-anted! In the church at MT-

The Here's a rather interesting dialogue: trade ten times for once that a dime write. the first recorded exhibition was held ItDublin have done? The high. strong nervous ,
voluptuaries of old wished
luxurious but It has boon left t b Time, eight p. m.; mother trying t passes from one pocket to another. Being Invite chums to your room and keepup In 1329 by the Royal Dub'.ln! Society system of tbe poet and literary man bars flaw bawl Ye do? Yer got I all stored deep
make sleep overcome curiosity In n very of value, these little pieces are.. such a racket during the night that no which then adopted the plan of triennial excess badly and Swift seemed to down In yer heart.
Gaul mal
modern
ff 1891 to produce prfume young phlosopber. not tak care of. There are a thou"ndways one in rooms adjoining get a moment's exhibitions,very likely from Frencb this, for In a letter to Pope he says: 'N from no single mem'r of them days gone

scents and odors, besides Grgie, go t sleep; that's a In drculaton
the ancients would seem Mat and crude. Waal Pete. I'm glad to hear those word
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good to given in othei it be only two bits and a more thanyour yeeay
by. and thus the minting of th(1 ba Is proper to ballast your coat tall years prior any sup
The early days of the empire witnessed "I sleepy; so there." kept up continually. The metal blanksfrom pockets with oranges, apples and a general parts of the United Kingdom, but onlj stint, is a great debauch for which what you ha poke, 'n'
the of the ter
beginning of present immense In- "Good little boys that go t sleep early which they are made by the bimple supply of fruit when leaving the dinIng specimens of native industry were shown you will certainly pay more than those 'Iest provo for yer J"ke.Jest mem'rs. go JaSatrtD'
dustry perfume making. will to heaven." Well-organized exhibitions given sots who carried dead drunk to bed.
t What go process of stamping are turned out by were are shell out that thuredollar. Pte'a' likewise
the French know about perfume "Wat's heaven?" contract for Uncle Sam by factory in by the Cornish Polytechnic in which wert Toe machinery of sensitive souls is & that fliers dime.
1 Tell tho waiter he is the stupidest fool
/ making is uot all the result of their own "It's the beautiful place In the skies Connecticut at the rate of I thousand for loud Illustrated the mining wealth of the country delicate a I is valuable, and cannot bar T.'..owed me sence we pbye that last small
expeiience. The traditionary history of you ever saw, aud be sure you speak
lives. and its mechanical foi the that customs
wber Go $1. As they come from the machines appliances rough usage coarse game at eermon-tlma
the art I Is that the Hebrews Imparted the lives with 1m?" enough so that others can hear you allover These continued filet it. is broken to by
they nobody fresh and new, they look like glittering mining purposes. were upon I pies -Harper* Weekly.
., little they knew to their captr. the "Oh yes-good people, little boys and gold. the dining room. without Intermission till 1850. blows which common natures l laugh at.
Fyptans. vf<.o in turn gave formu girls who mind their mothers and une may got' a notion.H. 01. me.L numoer L or_ Sit in front of the hotel and stare at the Manchester! ,Birmingham and Llver: Equally when we descend into the lower

Greeks and Rmans The angels.. pennies lost from the history of the old women that pass on tho steet. not omitting -, also held local exblbitons. regions of Parnassus, the abode of tent POSTAGE STAMPS.

Mos then took a hand "N'angels? Wat's em?" half-cents. Of these 8,0 were Issued n to make remarks alout sufficiently Birmingham may b considere a photo and cleverness, the care of the
crude e10rt and when they Invaded "Oh. they'r grand beings who wear few years airo. WIUre are they now? A loud to be heard. type of that of 1351, perhaps proceeded absolutely essential to long life and continue Th Men Who Collrct Them Make Mush

their art in Spain crowns and have wlugs-" few are In the cabinets of coin collectors. To write your name on the register so from the same cause-the agitation usefulness. He who lives by his Toublt for .the "p.rm..t

t: whence it soon reached France. There it IJe'like our biddies?" None have been returned to the Mint for no one can decipor It is a sure sign of in favor of a great natlnol exhibition must take care of his stomach No one has ever yet sent in a million canceled -

f found its home and resting place, and today 'methna like them, and then-" recoinage, or are held by the Treasury. greatness, and one whose chirography Is commenced by his ro'a hless Prince for after all, "mind is matter and soul I postage stamps to the Postoffice Department
1. no nation can compete with FranceIn or do they Jes' flop, flop, Nobody sees them In circulation. All of wholly illegible is pretty apt to b taken Albert and the Arts as early ae porridge.-The Gentleman's Magazine. ,although 200 letter are received
the science and art of perfume making. when you shoe at 'em?" them, except some hundreds saved out by for I millionaire bank president.-Hotel I 1843. The Birmingham exhibition was annually requesting Information about the

The names of the French perfumers are "Oh nobody ever shoos at them in curio-huuters, have absolutely dip World. _ _ held in 1349. American Pearls. prize of$300 which the government is supposed
known in every civilized place. Chna heaven my dear- they are just like po pparpd Of the old copper 19- The Manchester exhibitions were the Splendid to offer for that number. How this
Australia, South Africa and pie only they are larger and have 000,0 sti remain unaccounted for, save SHORT STOPS.A earliest held in the great English Indus Mr. Charles U.Townsend has published popular delusion originally started no one

not so far from Paris that French perfumes "Can they fly way up?" that once a long while one sees n speci trial towns, and like those of Liverpool in the Fish Commission Bulletin a repr can tell. For twenty years it baa &
cannot reach them. "Oh yes." men. There are more than three millions Cat Cal Moat me once again. and Leeds, held In the Mechanics' Institute on the pearl fishery of the Gulf and during all that time people

Now York. however, is not far behind "Can they light on tho teenty-tonty end I bronze two-cent pieces somewhere out of Tho Minister of the Interior-The cook. and were of a mixed character, the fornia. Tho season begins in May and ved making collections for sale t

Pars. While all the raw materia comes of a limb and eat'nanglo worm jes' like a 4,500,000 of them that the GvernmentIssued. Why is a slanderer like a bug? He is a illustrations of art and manufacture beIng the divers all wear diving suits. The Uncle bn,. Presumably no one has

.% Franco the refining robin?" Of nickel three-cent pieces backbiter. pretty well mixed with objects of nat shells of the pearl oyster (Meleagrina far secured the desired mUlon At

;.: nearly: all the perfumes intended for "I don't know Goorgle." two millions are yet outstandlnA althoughit Nearly one is looking for the I ural history and various other curiositiesfor margarltlfera)are the chief object of the events the packages of a
Arneiicau market is done here. About "Did you ever see an angel?" is almost never them is .best of it.every" I the amusement of visitors. industry but the value of pearls adds con to Washington installments never contain -
a
a thousand persons are engaged in the In- IN 0." come across. .- The first metropolitan movement in siderably to the revenues. Pearls are accidental more than a few thousand;
dustry this city. The crude stuff comes The boy looked at her reproachfully. In the Treasury here one day this week Why is n man on horseback like n fan? favor of holding a national exhib.tion in I Rowths. "being caused by the were the most that ever came 1.0 one

; In the shape of grease extract or pomade, .'Muvver.b'OU ilbbln'?"he askod.sternly. tho question came up a to the weight ofa Ho Is mounted. Great Britain commenced Immodiatelynrrr nar around some foreign bundle. Ordinarily the collector gets tired

and is melted down here with alcohol., no, Georgle- $1 bill. Scales of perfect accuracy werebrought Wishes are like dreams so far a fulfillment the French exhibition of 1344. The object, as I bit of sand or a parasite, but by the time 4,000 or 5.0 have been got
which is of American ptoductlon.The "Bac'oonians w'at fibs gets'panked." Into requisition and the surprising is concerned. government, however proved Itself to b usually egg which has failed to develop together. Children mostly are engagedin

lard comes from hogs which are fed (iirgletho Bible tells us>about angels." discovery made that twenty-seven $1 I Why is a man's hand like a hardware dilatory and did nothlnA. properly." Some of tbe most valuable this interesting but frlteS
in the acorn groves of Italy. The productof "W'at'3 the Bible?" Ho had been told notes weighed exactly a much as a$2 store/ n In 1849 his & Prince Al- pearls are black. though many women pursut
the swill and grain fed Western hogs every night for a year and therefore the gold piece. The latter just balances M I\n ls. like in bert, devoted himself thoroughly to this The largest one seen by Mr. Townsendwas old take it up for awhile you
book
of the United States would b to gross. mother knowing only too well the bewildering grains. However, the bills weighed were bed Why is Is an In unbound shoots. a baby subject and made the happy suggestion about a big as an egg of the blue everybody they know for contributions of
The pomade is made by a process called string of questions that inevitably perfectly crisp aud new. Trial made with 1 the exhibition open to all na bird. The largest one known is two inches stamps from old letters.WaahingtonStar.

enfleurago, which originated in the seventeenth ensued, attempted I use by making an- soiled notes, such as como In every day Pain will frequently transform a child' tions. The plans and a suggestion for long and weighs three ounces. Mr.Town- .
"' century. This process refers to the other iDoplrlnj reference to those angel for redemption showed that twentysevenof In to a groan person. raising nocessary funds and other es send made descent In adepth of eighteen

acquirement of tho Meeting odors of flow wings."How. them weighed considerably more than Wo all complain of bitter experiences, sntal to the scheme soon took fet and found the experience very com Danger In Cold Daths.

ers while fresh. The llower are raisedmostly do nangels get their clothes on the$2 coin. Every- naoer dollar on its but they make us wise. a tangible shap and I was finally determined "The light is gray and dim.notwithstanding The coldest natures take the hottest

in Franco though quantities of over their wlnA?" way through tho world continually accumulates Why Is a man who runs in debt like a by to Issue a royal the Intense sunlight above baths and are not enfeebled by them. I

roses come from.Bulgaria.. They are cultivated "They ." dirt, perspiratIon and grease, olocklie. goes on tick. commission, which was executed January, the surac.but within a radius of a few is blood heated by youth or the fire of
in largo farms comprising hun. "Hain't they got no buttons?" so that after a year of use I is perceptibly 1350. is distinctly seen. OwIng life which likes the cold dip or spray. but
drods of acres. When the blooming sea- "I guess not.: heavier. \Vo are often Injured more by suspicion 8 From this moment the First Great International to the pressure of water and weight beware how you have to nerve yourself to

.son begins the blo< oms are gathered by "Can little nangolft dioss theirsolves The actual weight of paper money which than by tie perfidy of others. Exhibition was fairly launched.A necessary to overcome it, a novice endure It A cold bath may be a risky ex
women and children and placed in wooden wlvout their muvvors buttoning their tho Treasury sends by express every Why Is a minor like a boatman? I5e- subscription was taken up heado-1 by same difficulty in maintaining the perpendicular periment. The rule that cold bathing is

ftames with glass bottoms, which are covered waist?" I year to all parts of tho country is in the (2tLt5C ho handles the ore (oar). the Queen with 1.000 ($,0) to serve a as a child that stands alone for safe when followed by Roo reaction la

with finely clarified grease. "I guess so." I aggregate enormous. Since July 1 It has \h'ls n detroIt)' lady like a bandot a guarantee fund. was done in the first time." not wholly sound. I woman who

The odor glv(1 nut by the flowers is "Don't little nnngels never havo pants dispatched $3HonO( nearly all of it in soldiers She bears tirelocks.Many order to enable the commissioners to The dredge of the Albatross frequently used to tk baths of the coldest well

taken up by grease, \\1< is melt w'en they got's big'a me.'" Georgia 11 sUai notes, to the South and West, for of the sheep you SOC are make contract and otherwise Incur brought up shells of the pearl oyster in water and find great refreshmentfrom
and run Into tin \oesels I expor. wearing his first pair. purpose of moving tho crops The leally wolves In sheep's tthUnt. obI depths of 60 to 180 feet in the Gulf of California them who afterward charged weakness -
is the form in whlc: It York, "I dou't beli.n o theo." banks Inr this cash to the f.irmers on The structure was 1,8l feet long by 4 The Bay of Mulege has furnishedsome ,of the heart and general debility to
and hero tho perfume making proper "Huh, I wouldn't lx a little nan gel." whatever they grow antI thus tho pro It is not a man's pedigree whilhwe feet wide and 66 high, built of of rare value, among them this excessive stimulant. Dr. Shoemakersays
begins. The five principal scents, which "Why. Goorglo hmith I" duets of the fields are harvested and should care for, lut only his virtues.Good .- and glass, and called Crystal Palace, and 1 tho pals pearls of which the collar all the persons he has known whoboasted

almost 'JI'OSpout t-' the three primary "Wouldn't." Hituiimd! away stub shipped. News. was placed on Hyde ParkLondonits entire was made for the Queen of Spain. and of breaking a film of ice t take a
colors in painting mid the eight: notes In bornly. It was eviel'nl\I definitely Hnt Speaking of th< redemption of papor areacovered thirteen acres; on the ground which evoked 8 much admiration at St. bath died early yet.doubte8s they felt a
: music.nro violetose.. tuliorose. Jasmine tled. heaven and print.-<>r oirth money n very novel and interesting application FACTS AND FIGURES. floor and galleries thore were eight miles Cloud and Windsor Castle." Among the I good reaction at the .- &

ff atjfrS' dornngo f lower Ltjwiston (pin,) Journ.ii. was made tho other day to the I of tables; exhibition open 144 days; closed choice pearls are vaou colors, some Journal. __________ '
division of tho Treasury which has this The profits of the Suez Canal are said to
but
These are the principal 11. Entire number of visitors spot with specie some light
'. combined with ecti: prfume A Curious Phenomenon. business in hand. The story, a It quicklycame excct$7.5,0 annually. Ot.tobr 6.170.0 averaging43.536 per day; largest whit brown.sandy,gray or black;but the most lie Found Ten )ten.
scents form varfotios innumerable. out, was a foltcwsAn :- Tuft City of Mexico boasts a population at any one time iu the building valuable ones are pink.-Forest and "The Ten Most Notable Men in New
Jasmine and ontiiiro fim\or make sweetS During one of tho recent storms that ingenious youth employed to sweep amounting to 32J.5 Inhabitants. numbr on October 8. Stream. York" is the title of an essay,the author

pea; jasnimu and .ubeiope properlyblended Taged through the country n inu.irkablofreak out a New York bank devoted attention There are more free circulating libraries 10.70 During the last forty years since the thinks that they are Jay Gould

form hyaciatu; violet and tub- was played by electricity. The for a considerable period -to athernt up in Massachusetts than in any other State.A first exhibition universal In London many Thomas A. Edison Robert G. Ingersoll.
the odor of the lightning struck u tail monument of the crumbs from the tills in shape of Poison In the Air. Talmage Chauncey M. Depew.
rose produce lily others have been held in different countries D Wit
'I valley. The old stand- y. Jockey Club is granite and, following tho s'mft to the corners and other bits of notes such a lamp which combines the principles more or less for the world at large.In A new poison has been discovered in the Cleveland Richard Croker. Henry
a combination of many odors. Its sale second base of pliutn. decolorized n por get torn off and fall about In any plnoo of the incandescent and the arc has been 1833 Dublin had an exhibition smoke which surrounds factory towns George and a couple of editors,all of whom

that of any ot'ier ACnt. Every ton of the stoLe iu n itripe about three where dollars are counted. In tho courseof Invented.The ; made an Interatona display a : and cte.and the danger from breathingthis he sketches In a free-and-easy way. A
.xN perfume manufacturer li.i,his own favorite quarters of an inca in width. time he got together a quantity of population of Alaska Is 31,795. Indiana building of great beauty. Inconsiderable. A part of the publisher who liked this essay, asked It

receipt for JOCK y CI The monument stands upon an eminence scraps of the sort sufficient to ill a pint comprise seventy-three per cent. of In 1852, in Cork, an exhibition (not international smoke that goes Into the air from burn- author to compose another upon "
The varieties of pei turnery on the market In Woodward Hill Cemetery Lancaster measure, and ho sent them on to the Redemption I I tho whole population. ) Is worthy of mention as being Ing coal Is arseniou acid mixed with car Ten Most Notable Women in New York;"
Pa-, and is 0:10: of the most, stilklng Bureau at Washington in a box, of but the author reported after a while thathe
are countless. Most If them are failures fl'a Mr. Whlttemoro, of NauJatuck. Conn., the first for which any special structure bon. Coal differin the amount impure
and after a few months'trial are dis tures of that 1.eautlful spot. Formed of with the explanation that they had been proposes to build n$ ,0 echol house was erected in Ireland.In matter which it throws off, but It is esti was unable with the aid of all his
continued. Others take! I he popular fancy Barry granite', it rose t the majestic eaten by mice. Ho stated tho amount at for the town and present it free. He will 1862 second exhibition was held in mate that one ton of ordinary coal burns friends of both sexes, to find In the city

for but then: fade out of public es height of fcuty-five ., The shaft a $200 and asked for new bills in exchange.His also give n public park. London 0 at Kensington and covered of abut twenty to thirty pounds of sul feminine names which had gained not

awhie. others come aud stay, grow single stone of gninito.. Is thirty feet in little game was betrayed on the face The population of the "Cherokee Na- seventeen acres. Here was fine displayof sulphur is transformed into bility that could be put in comparisonwith

tm.every 'earln popularity. Each house length, and is probably tho largest sluglo- of It by the fact that the pieces forwarded ," which has Just sold 6,000,000 acres the works of art of ail nations.In 0 sixty pounds of sulphuric acid, which that of the men here named. And

ha its own chemical expert Win attendsto stone shaft in the State. The total weight represented, If anything, not less than ton to the Government, is about the English colonies-in 1879, Sydney; leaves stains upon all marble buildingsand yet there are many women of many
of the monument i i'* sixty tons, and the The usual affidavit was demanded 3,0 Along with this sulphuric talents the city.
various brauds. $1.0.
the compounding of its The Cherokees are a highly civilized e In 1880, Melboure. sttuary.
alone weighs twenty tons. from him [swearing to his loss; but ho amount of arsenious add
The formulas are well guarded,and generally sbaf of Indians. France, in 1855. repeated tho experiment acid
but one or two trusted employes was erected upon the plot of ground bad not thought of that requirement and of the LondonUniversal] Exhibition with goes, and the two breathed into the lungs The Hair In Cold Weather.

have access to them. When not In use belonging t the Grubb family and on the lake the nerve to give it,luckily for him- When you take Into consideration involves the great success. Both the industrial and entnuaUy.act as a strong poison. During the cold season the hair is generally -

they are kept in the firm's strong box, for polished Is the inscription. The cap fact that the famine in Russia art exhibitions were such as tho world } this active poison the soot in cut too short; the ears are exposed.The .
the formula is the secret of success. Is ornamented with n graceful monogramofthe Undoubtedly the redemption division 40.0,0 human beings-nearly two-thirds had never before seen. the air makes factory towns unhealhfulto cold winds not only produce buzzing
After the perfume is made somethingmust family Tne lightning struck the does sometimes get swindled, though not of population of the United States After the exhibition in Pails in 1355 live in. An examination of and roaring in them but often injure thehealnR.

be put In to render the odor lasting, arras, or angle, within 0 foot of the often. The women exports employed to you got a comprehensive idea of the. extent other continental countries followed with I I of soot which was deposited in London While the weather Is cold the

and yet not be distinguishable itself. This pyramidal top and then psaod down the examine the money sent In are wonderfully and sufernl attendant upon the varied success, every country looking recently showed that, on an average, 1,0 ear be covere. The natur&protection
monument in a line bleaching the skillful. It is marvelous how deftly crops shortage. the city in is But
is also a secret. zlRMI upon the exhibition of its industrial resources tons were deposited over every and the one
kIt several other articlesare stone a it went reached the plinth they will poke over a few charred frag and productions from time ten dav The amount of carbonaceousand the common nakedness of the back of the

called 10wer use by the perfumer. Muskis or second base, where It stopped and all ment of notes and set an accurate valua SHORT AND SWEET. time as a grand necessity.In t otter particles deposited upon glasshouses neck i still more mischievous. Leavingthat

the most important. It comes out of vestige of it ceased. The decolorizodstripe ton upon them. The other day a poor 1861 Industrial exhibitions were held is a good indication of what the vita part exposed to the extreme

the musk deer of the mountains of India about three-quarters of an inch in woman in Ohio sent a wee corner of a$20 Absence makes the heart grow fonder in Haarlem illustrating every Industry atmosphere contains. In treat cities changes our climate produces Innumerable

China and Thibet. is extremely difficult width and is extreme regular' from end bill, with a pitiful story about her baby's but presents cause It to glow like a full same year there was an industrial oxalbitlon where factories are located the glass rof weak eyes and irritable throats.
to obtain I and when t end. In pns-lnf: through: the cap It having burnt It Hardly more was loft moon. in Belgium.The of houses, and the window panes t Women are most fortunate in the present

obtained in unadulerate. twice its deviate slightly from Its course and than a fragment big enough to show the old when she exhibition of 1867, near the close of I be washed and swept every few days t style. -That fashion which bangs the bar
ch denomination but she will Naomi was 580 got
weight in that. So great is the tenuity of monogram! very closely, but figures of the .., married. Truly year!Bible Is a great con- the career of Napoleon III a empror. at- keep tbe soot from blackening them. upon the bac* of the neck 1 not only artistic
destroyers
Alice are
the that in an area of five feet a leaving it uninjured. get the money DCK. great soler. tracted the attention of When all of this material is Coatingaround I but physiological. During cold
grain oor. out particles without The most peculiar part of this electrical I of paper currency and some of world. France occupied i in it naturally the In the air i cannot be wondered weather men should allow their hair t
-a undergoing appreciable 57.8,6 diminution of freak Is that the stone is perfectly sound, I. the most helpless specimens that come in No first-class lunatic asylum is withouta mot space Great Britain came nextothor at tha weak and poor health are notce I meet the coat-collar.-Dr. Lewis.
a and no sign of a crack or burn exists anywhere have been chewed up for beds by those little man who has discovered perpetual Countries of especially Germanyand among the Inhabiants. Scence ha
weight. upon its sui face. Though the black rodents. Sometimes a pill-box full of motion. Italy Europ. represented acres. yet to discover means clect hold Why Harrlgan and Hart Separated.M .
Ambergris comes from the spermacetiwhale
and Is generally found floating in mica distributed t through thn! rock is entirely indistinguishable ashes will arrive the accompanied To acquire the art of tobogganing I will In 1873 another exhibition was held ou the this smoke and soot as it comes out of the How did wo come to sparat I &

the waters where these leviathans disport bleached thore is no Slgl of fusion by a certificate stating bo necessary to teach the young how same ground with an annex on the other chimneys.-Plttsburg Dispatch. very fond and devoted our

themselves. An ounce of this precious having taken place, and quartz and amount represented. Of course, kitchen such aCe t shute. side of the Seine which was not removedat I separation created a great dea of talk

product costs $25. considerably more than feldspar (the other Ingredients of the Is bopless. .I is usually* Another great discovery of diamonds in the close of the exhibition, and was occupied among the profession and newspaper
.
Wa
the same welgat of silver. is an granite), are In their natural condition. stove cash Kentucky. A man got five of them on the by the exhibition of 1889, which He Te.trc.l.A at the time and I don't se that it woulddo
essential oil derived from Nerol Philadelphia Press. Kitchen stoves burn up more every first deal. covered still more ground.Industrial little incident that shows how thetheatrical any good to tell it now. There was'thefr
biter orange year than is lost in any other one way. exhibitions were also held in predominated in and then there was his and
blossoms. The vanilla comes from confide their hoards to them There is no particular harm in riding a Bulangers marae.
People wi Sweden, in 1863; in in 1872; in nature is related of the care have a had
Mexico and Central America; oil of lavender Three for and when they are lighted the hobby if you do not take up the whole Dnmark. Ienera's"cnduct t
Gnrrnton. Moscow in 1372 in at the celebration n his wife on the There was an estrangement -
stge.
is from England and Franc. Patchouly There is a little lad of 10 years living L greenbacks goup In smoke. The greatest road with it. In 1353 a small exhibition was 183. in dreth anniversary of the surrender olCornwallis was a gossiper; I

Imported from China. It is largely usedto this city WhO father has long passe sum ever consumed by fire in this country This world Is all a stage, but it's a long New York. Another exhibition universalwas at Yorktown. While the great don't want to go into a man's kitchen and _

tree perfume shawls. Sandaiwood is froma the three-scoro-and-teii milestone hs was $1,0.0. That amount went up in step from the man of property t the held in 1876 the Centennial year. in procession was passing the reviewing talk about what I see ther. -Family af
indigenous is
to America not
behind Iudla life, and whose grandfather was present smoke Sub-Treasury, but the proi>erty-uian. Philadelphia. Our country and the world stand where Boulanger stood among the are family affairs. -Harrlgaa t In-
the far
Old World In producing some at Braddoek's defeat where George Washington Government was able t replace it at the There rules in a printing The of honor he stepped hastily down, .
scents used by perfumers. The best peppermint The It has beeneBtimated are many generally were represented. space guests _________
first distinguished cost of paper and prlnUnJ. all of brass and to soldier who stood
hhnsel. oflico, but they are made occupied by this exhibition was greater and rushing up a
oil in the world from
comes grandfather was a mere boy 14 that one per of all the pretty much alike.It than any in Europe, except Vienna which at one of the ancient cannons siz the Solution of One DUlealJ.May
Wayne for it* tuberoses.county)'. N. Y. Long Island is not years, though hardy and well grown, paper money Issued Is lost or destroyed.Of must make the Czar of Russia turn was not pecuniarily a success. lanyard from his hand and fired gun old bachelors remain old bachelors

when he receive the klnj's commissionand tho old fractional currency It is with when he reads of the of the salute. Then he turned about and because they. hear so much complaint
Florida and California contribute great soldier. reckoned that worth has been green envy behind babies. The fact is that"a baby li
donno re oat n $,0,0 American walking delegate said in French : "A son of France abut
quantities of orlnAI' blossoms. The opo- Afterward a high rank in the totally lost. puissant Went the Whole BUI. an American gun-may the symbol never one-quarter the trouble it i II charged
Texas .
ponax lOm. for certain cmbina army of the Revolution and died in this Sifugs. "What's this card in your pocket be broken and may a Frenchman never with being. Any young couple can get
tons. comes from the Southern States. city at the ripe ago of 03. In his old age Ploughing With Dynamite. John?" asked his fire heavier ammunition at tLe Republic along with one if they try. Pap can sit
I th city there are abut a dozen second wife, and left a son, is WORTH KNOWING. wie."That who under half the night with it can
fume pr he married a Sub-soil ploughing with dynamite one Oh. I went fo lunch that of the United States I" Those up mama
: others manufactories who a aore who bad not yet reached his majority, of the new methods iu the South, and it is was a of fare. Now It's my table of stood the remark set up a cheer that developed sIt up the other half. What could b simpler -

, odors,which mak imitation extracts and and who iu turn marrie very late in life. sid to be equal to the process ot trenching Fruit stains on white cloth will scald out contents."-Lie into n prolonged shout when the ?-Louisville Curier-Journ&
in
stores rtaUe cheap village the little lad 10 to his father'sage used by market gardeners to loosen or freeze out. crowd was to understand the meanIng -
I
fifteen Inll by peddlers. Ten or the three generations of this family the earth to a depth of two or three feet Dip the knife In cold water to smooth of the "mae.-Detroit Free Press. Things Worth Striving For.
years ago .most of the perfumery It's In the Box.
| u, United will have npinned 200 yearn in this coun and allow the absoi ption of n good deal of tho icing on a cake. 'el Dropped Strive to keep these things clear: Tout

: use abro II toII11)'wIth a States greatly came increased from try's histry. and hn will h able t say water for sustaining vegetation during a Remove Iron rust by applications of: It always seems t me that cheek The EJplaa.toaPateramia eyes,your complexion, your cooacience;
skill
and
with Succeeds In besting worth ;
fought
, 72 "My Inventor drills
t at : & drought. The these things soft: your hair, your hands,
us. groat bulk Is made on this side of 200 salt und lemon juic. Why Wee In church one small red cent (solemnly Is that young
and at the side of Washington five makIng -
the dock three feet deep and ) heart these things dean: your.11 pe,
One fttapart. your ;
wat'r. house has gone 8 far a t years ago dayr'-N. Y. Sun. to the acre. In an Dip spots ot mildew in buttermilk and Makes more noise than a dollar bilL }'our lunatic or fool? mind.
put name,
UI and they be found 1.0 sunshine. What do your your
sale in- Is. can explosive and after tamping, dischargesit place in the Fair Daughter (starting) you

Evening European cltles.-N. Y. the whole number being connected Use half n raw potato instead of cork t At the Club. mean, papa? He Smile t. Himself.The
SUD
she lilt I Kindly.White with a wire leading a battery. In 0 re- apply bristol brick to steel knives. .e..en' Paterfamilias was an unwilling Ust
., -This salad 1 is very gritty to-day. t explosive used was "I ve noticed a queer thing about Whit ener to his talk lat evening. It ran some man who is toad of a Joke always
.., Th. nal". I I Wonder what is the matter wlt'lt? ont experiment small-sized dynamite Sprinkle dry salt among your furs, under tier and Holmes," said Mawson. like t ils: Laura,I love you wt I puts a bill on the plate, crumpled up so
Maa be Compll WUh. Mrs. White-Don't know. Probably It one-fourth of a of Judson cartridge and on your carpets, as a prevention IB wittier than Whittler and Whittle; I ting longing love that that the gossipy old maid in the next pew

,,Jtobbr(t bank W'Wr-Tm' Bloody 11m was dressed before it was washed.-life.An with The about surface a of oungp the ground ap 0 moths. homelier than Holmes." lo mlhs. You are the bright beacon can't tell to save her neck,whether it U a
Roaring Snorter of the ; I Ihan.1 powder. three feet, a few Do not fill the room with smoke from that my beating heart burst with one or a twenty.
be lifted two or
over that there cash : pare t the griddle, but "grease"4t by rubbing bll s." You
Bank Teller (niech:ti.lcallyM have no Angel. being thrown up to the the hfIRb with half of a turnip. The Pace Chat KUI.A Fnir Daughter: ( only Keep Her Away From ChilL
broken to proudlyTat's
doubt, personally' sir. that Ethel I sure now that George of a hous. It was odor of onions be cough a cold force of heat should be ordered ta'Chili.
you a am inches at the of the explosion The long clinging can the habt. papa. Charle -The Tallapoosa not
Jim. the thirty Advice from friends
Rip
Bloody Roaring Snorterol thinks me an angel. sidewise pint of the distance removed from knife or dish by heatingthem lin" writer the Boomville BugletPittsburg Some ono might throw a brick ai
the Rockies and His heirs now draw
somebody but Identify sir you will have t get Maud-What makes you 8 positive? between the boles.-N.Y. Sun. when dry.-Ladies' Home Journal. .. luUeUn her and sink her.-New York World.
t you. Ethel-He asked me t fly with hIm -- -- .

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BRADFORD TELEGR/PH. 'W liingU n. Jlardi 22. I2. Six Bu ith nf'fr &nd oltrrto H.oofabl" Win. b. !r3
the
with O ro : : -
Mrs. Gnrr <'l hvrJan.1 ic blessed
i 8tntlt.r Hill rettirm'from lila u'h.ru ( J\l ):* J "(CVwintr Jo 5 ie in and fop the ecwnry of .s'I -.
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Pt11ILtSHErl"rat.T LTEj.ZZE.uL&PF0XP rffrct it I about a bright a pair of eyes as any woman Brad/orlanJ *tat top jrrjTrrdaj, and \b ieTer of the of Darid Browcra and <
: \ UJkTY.KLORIDA in New York. f'Stet deces.ed.. : f
I bare hail i bit prnidenlU! pm- j ask for n fiail discharge from the saoM. .
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upon "
her handsome ,.
I.C."CEBB. Mrs. J. C. Ayer n-u given This W day of October, A. D 14-t. -
Editor and Publisher. tpcrtc. one cannot jnubt after bearing, residence in Ix.trell to I.u-xsj aa a home A. W. Bitowcccs.KOT. .

f -- ----- cmliniaMc: dercription of tbe hospitable for yoans VOOHCMrs. I s. 1J31.-6mX Admi Wholesale and Retail Dealers in :j

IJJMCglPTiO:* SI.OO A TE&J.MR.r.d |iec.f.'ion Le met with ijwLerc be 1en.2.l. the attreas 5 i" the inventor II [ ORCTT-T COURT. 4TH JI'IflCTALCIRCtTr

and pat*n .-..,! M 'tijpczi-! candle jade I Stat of Florvia. Bradford unty.W. .
it fir li"! met fiijojal -
: e."illl I. AHf r's<7rIa ill j wc-nl Hint wa' roc from the -tl.r ,.f which tltv feri res a hiird- E CHKW an.! F. L. Cnrw.1 "

s'qj4a .e.d trij; IC f'-cr ""..}(. TLc Datur Bays ; : -4nTs acd '"t' s.jOlJZump"'L General Merchandise
t A* f t1" '. lsvrX'. Fl", lame profit ;! tKi>in-. nad.r the firm nxme t
J/"tI". I that lb iiratiotMl fe'< rk-c about hit at- DoD P lra'a da-2shtcr. the Counte' of Cbew Brother'v Swt by I ; {

-- --- ; U-mjit'ng ,o .hrf .'e t', the df-n.ricmtic d'Ea. might Jiure bn a first cbiss prima TiAttaQh i nt. '
A. R. RoscyasterR ia.1 S P. '
About: onr (;..ccnur. ir. .iult-i> tf le l :comn.ittte c u ekc- donna hud ?=Le .pven attention to the higher g gcultivctioa SHIXLET. U'e partDin the t Aiooont I ST..A..RKEf FLORTD .]1;
of her a-iturally ace voice. bank jog buamt- s under tie i sworn to .
The Starkt Til-ur. pli whocte' lsi..nLoW'i ti} .y >!ttiul<] rote ia tLc NewT I. name of R ecberger rl..y. 31 SW.04. :

'ry warmly dIE! t'himc Ister in Wc.j.rtun.! can udk igiisii (
10 tie cf
bonVicsr bu.-j-Mr; the
Jhe Hu1dn. rir I It.f'na..r.1&I": 1tIi : H"CkrH :' r absurd. Tlli. kn'C a enough ta gu -s-hoppin. a&J like Ler AmerIcan 'l j Rcl8t-U"e""r.t Shirley: cnue-r name u11ocel"lesny ,

that paper i i' rnalin: a ptllani ti lst: t'Utr iioif in it-e u! tic; moil sensational sisters the greatly enjoys that perJ J j. POWDER '"PAKE L niercbants none*that ami W.ptrtn-rs K. CbE''I\il,ant ns business P. L Cb'nu r. conceIvable rtit"e. : .

for the pall**;! (;Vius. The I kt'trics of 'he s ri- ion.Tlxie cult. ( dfr the firm same of Chew Brr.iherv I-IT ir.$ -

rpraph asya the 'iK-tor wouM' 'Td.\\ is anotLc'ah bet*CD Secretary Mrs. A,la Cri"p Marsh,the recording secretary .1 Absolutely Pure i a toted* ax>a v"suit. and z-jw ain'art yo requsn-il i br, Att.to*cbro plead' entJtHl or dt' nurloth"rfecUra Feed HayfrI.ive of Provender ; .
of the New A'ork Woman's Press -
Liui'ineu 'O\dnpr. nut the Noble and C ,niH iMJ'itT i.f Pensions .>o fiU\J inlaid cause on or before SteeL 11..:
(; kii' Club and the wife cf a v.ell known theatrical I A cream of tartar bati e pow4er. Highest of aj>nl ith. I-i ftc saraeNriiV the first )MondiT -
fheffiomuglily "Hil4i.
acm* th" ILuim. antS II rf'po" is current that MrNoltle man. 13 a sister of Speaker Charles F. I' Ul {ifi l iTening strength.-Latent C. S Govern. } of sa .1 ro.ith ac. a rule dir <>r tin Conrt. or
) a IHIMDI, man :mrl\\ : *ewt Food Report. 1 j di1etz wlI: be uie a-ai: .t you bv d f..uj1. '
inf,nned Mr. ilirrisou that be Cri? Goods >
L. B. RHODE
mail RoyaL BAKDCO Pownra Co 10S Wall St X. Y. Dry Millinery
exc.lU-nt
would a mt.ltt ; muM elIttwien Li, ignation and Mrs. James G. Blaiae: i* one wonian ia : r I ..Anorn.,. ia *.
ou.r'l I I. w. T we k. "Icy-k I of th.circuit c'-ort in and IUtL""D. 1
TinuWe .
bUola < bo
will by O. F. RejfuUr ,
cot seen O.
r.or.-Aptlit Washington v.Jo see T I -
the rcn "Yi.i of Haum'an,1 tbat the president I for th- county ro!Br-aif.M'1: an-J State of jfuwida
mean it. (me u* Ga-kin au,l newspaper people.! She U absolutely without meeting ntt i their every hill.Tu.I..J Tnn I do hereby i.rtfy thtt the fugit r.e is a true And Fnrnihing GIO" i. all stie-s. s.'r.-9; ncd price?
told ll.e ibat Le would' bare a
.
sccrctarj but the mention of a woman V and convc: of the the '
ill )luiiis* administration. J fear mere Iken: brothrrs rord.JtiJ. ropy oryjial oa in ray ClotMngHardware
rtt give yuu a uked for Rnum'e her. At hone her daa-h- ofnte.Wiues. tll and
resignation long ago reporter temStis : inYite-1 O.HAYSKS C< iafjifr jonr5<::.f.
reduction) ;: band and this ,:
nhfch wan* a ,__cr N.G 'rar eil or s.U.1 coni'
cards and callers '
I were it not f",r the ccugre&sionel inresti- ter or cousin rt-ceires aU December 3lst l-Sl. '
P. J. n LL3. See.
4 of taxatioH. made of. but the intimate friends.Besides [SEAL] W. T. Wnu. B\ililcrs. rhi.epLa'K fi en. tad i::
l at the
gaLlon now ei'g pension CJerk Circuit Court. FlUtrtFurniture ;
her own daughter Miss Winnie Bradford Lcd e. No. 42, F. & A. M. Jan. 1. 13TS. 5mIX .
1 flee. snit l timted him to be patlf.nLThe ,
The question in going the rolnd I Davis thtf widow of Jefferson Davis has I. Me.-t Thursday eight bcfurr: the third Eir'ges. Cooking LJtc.ila. ete. \

irainetliate cause fur be eecretkry's also an adopted child now sixteen years ctr.eo Siaudar in each month. CIRCUIT COURT. 4TH JUDICliL CIRCUIT ..
nf the pre>a, "\Vli (ort'morT' made Etttie Tillmen G J. M. JOHNS as W.=. of Florida Bradford CountyWiixiuf T,) jell: rD-- tsate and any r kd. Aho.U. ;: N.
aa.'tr wa a recniciaeudntioa:: by Her tenner name was
J. E. WAIXWGKT. -
and mentioned! )Ijrre and her dates r-ec. A. PESCS, ;
ia
naraefe are and Mrs. Dr.vis interest Good".j.
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wbicb In- found Lis desk when
Eaum. en vs. kinds of. other Hou-ce Urn 3 In _,
there South Ffouda! claiming the back about flre years. The girl formerly COMER 1- PEEK PJaENaGcR& SIDIlLn'. -
\sbir.pton last for
be returned 1 t week
right to name the man. On this i j Uved at Btauvoir. Miss., but ia now in a ATTORNEY-.tT-L.4W aud XOT.1R t:1.1 THE d.cn-unt3 in S3i" cau e. X R Rosen-
: the appointra of LU duugbtcr to be his northern sctscl rgt'r and Samut-1 P. St.lr't( parn r
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thought the 1 l iraeUnion *av>: private 8eCrt fY. Ir. Noble foraetin.eu&w > The Princess de Sazan, leader of ?\- Fire Insurance.BeprfwnM in the bar.fc bu<:n-s.> und<-r th. firn"mf'.u ol : .
nikes '
STyU-of Pjj-enhener Jt !otter
The ApaUthicuh: Tim** a siurtrjand persons BEST OIJODS lO\VEST\ PRICES
< a4.ins "cus wurd ." aDd it is said thai b<' ions and frj.olitjwho ba contributed UVERPOOL L"i.VIx X .t GLOBE. it ter .
goo l bout for Dr. John I. > more than any other woman to the PROYllJES\J ,,.sSH lNno:;. 'JUESW1CH, in said cncntT ta been attache at the suit ,
said of Itaum when be rend that nervjrrcommeadAtion of the plaintiff therwn. Wntiain A. Pen. and
(or governor. Hut will .South FlorIda fortune d Worth. tb -ciRn niilliaer baa a SECUHITY and liARTFOP.b fire Ir.suracceCcmpaaitrs. .e. .
almost identical/! what Choice lou of Lfccd in town and that said defendants are -'reby required to enter -
UMQ Hnulftinl) county, and make villa at Trouville that reproduces even to cocntj tor tale.STARKE their apnearante in g the inter- Vnnderbilt aiid upoif certain occasiou details the .Mence of a Persian million- first 1oe lay of April A. D. 19* the same being JOSEPH ECKERT
jt a part of it* 1rrft4Pty in -- FLORIDA.jaelStf the 4th day of said month and a rule(fiav thereof .
within the house
r_Ui uf tbe doctor? Or hann't' South of bis n-in-Uw. C-,l. Jihepir.l.. Comniiwiooer aire. Everything suggests and plead or dinner to the declaration file l in ,
the bind of the shah.
said cause. or judznvct br t rau1t1oij he enter
Th&um bad a bumiluling
Florida get a mortgage on the nomination very Mrs. A J. Satll, widow of the murdered I ST iUK1HOrSE.; poj araitn them and tbir property sod to satisfy
time before the iuvesligatiug committee. pla.iitiiT! anyway 1'We millionaire. receives more mail than any A first-class Private 'anhL.' JIou"P 1

desire fo *ay roosa emphatically Saturday. He wts compelled to acknowledge woman in tbe west division: of Chicago. Easy of access to all parts ,.f the tll..n. 1.TH'J6. E. Ertxs. -.----

that South Florida hasn't got a that Secretary Noble had turn These letters are written by men women Terms reasonable.Mrs. I. VT. T wtckrk! of Attorney the circuit for court Plaintiff.in ------_-=-::- s\ --- .'

on the nomination to admit ed down his an i'rr.pt to make daughter and youths who claim to have positive evidences Wm. Edwards Prop. and for the co i.tv of Bradford. Flc-nda.do hereby
mortgage of the tnigedy that will convict certain MAIN STREET. certify that the above is a tro- anJ exact
such : concession i" the ml.rtstc1&iM' Lie private M.cretnry. M well HS tbU bU persons whose identity they offer to Starke Florida.no65m corn of the original notice on flue in my office. J
of bad been refused to pwctice before OO.- Witness mrl;nl and sal thi- the 21st day cfDeceicbtr.
1(13) This way haying:, eon establish at sums varying from $1 to: A. D. 1-91 1

"give u* the) governor this time and the intei jut dep
you can have him next time," is bit personal .','r
iilavinir out. A sectional governor Harrison _. .. .-.. z.i, Ant fCAVeATs') ;
;f c of; ueuehMty" a failure, for-he does The river an<- Imrltur -bill.- which was i Cob webbing is used like a ribbon to tie of a Rail Hoad -

not, and cannot reprocnt the whole reported to the bouse to-ay, contains: a'' up the Lair. Company. J
A of holly with coral berries is on* TIrE is hereby pirfer j\rd by
N"
We want man cl .>Rtn by of tOII l spray L
people. a number new : important prujtcts.among of the contributions to the feea.. virtue cf The Uw cf f-ri.ja.lI Mi.h ca es
the people ani are gla* the Times whIch are the Hudson! river im- new irai'e rJ pruviCt-J. Tjsdersigced tare fonu- !;!" "" @
,
Leather jewel boxes are luxuriously sdtienu.eLvl TitQ& boo p'Jiitk an.t norafcf.
has taken np our sogg("tiun, for we pro ment. tbe ship channel: connecting mounted with perforated silver ornamen under the cane and i>ty:t> of The Gainesville m" ;
LaCrosse and Lake BuJ.-r Rail Rood CX'>ru ;
believe Dr. Ga kins is tl.e man of lh'prckl Likes improvement! of Mobile Manicure: files b-Uton books and paperknives TRADE MARKS for tb j purp&iae..f co isrructing-. miinlAinini&and -

the people. Bradford i in the banner harbor nud (.f the tvannat1i! river I: have silver: handles the surface of I COPYRIGHTS DESIGN PATENTS, to. I oper-itin a line of rail!n.&. from tbe city of CY I-'it 1)1 ilI L
I GaiLesnU-j aorthwarj throu g: th* e>unty of ;
democratic county, and Dr. GaXt carric-s in round figures tv/ecty millions. which are cross thatched. tar mforaatkra and free Esalbnofc wrtte to AUchua.to Lake Butler: m Use cowaty of Brv-1- J _

could l lead the democratic lm U to A silver box for playing cards is appropriately Oidesc MC3U & CO3d BBOAI>WAT, Mzw FCRZ. tord.0111'1 from SAid city of Ga n'- viHr*juth ward
Trentury "mciaht-minor! ones-for the cards and the inscription EYwy bcreaa taken fr eecorlas patents la America. through the counties ef Asactua. :5ta'ji>n. >vy. Keeps on hand Cream Kje and Graham Hread Pies and rakes
When the office deconsttd by five patept out by ns U brcmsrht before ,
jrloriou victory. first time acknowledge. tb.it the department '. \ the puUic by a notice given free of chaig to tbe Citrus P. Htrnnd.j and Hfliioroush, to
cunc''ft"ion.are madeto bel,w. .\ good band. the watersofTamtalay. of all kinds. Special Orders promptly attended to.
oka the man finds it difScull to meet curnnt payments ivory handles with incised lines rieutifw tneri'au TII'-cap.tal ;. cf 'ai I GiinesviSe LaCrocse ::14. :1--
Square -- -- ----- -
nu section :nl ihv ''i-t man i ithotp. is ; and Late Butcrtfl! Road Company is $ .OO). :
that it does
and oiber co: aulJ
attached to the tea
Time in i its say for orn.unen: are d.vi.ied iuo H,0>t) shares of *1''> each and its For Sale af the I ''a\.ery an-1 Ileibt-rtjer tt Riehar rls.W .
We juin the meet them, but postpones them from day coffeepots in borne of the new silver service Larsyst rtrcBlation of sty scJeatlSc ptpw tn tfcworld. pria'z.Dal cCic or t toll"l"l! u.-ius3 fi.wt'fvill,
ithont f'it the doctor. HronsunTimeDemocrat. J g&lendidJi; llhsstriied. No inwJUirent: Alict.ua couuty K jri Ji.
in its < man t*>- ) to day by every means P JWIT. it. Weekir 3.ttO arear 1. E \YrEL .
.
'I C. Lorgnon sticks of perforated silver masquerade I'traUaaElU": IL60 IU S!months.V7.Zew Addreaa 41 VorL CNN OC, G. W HTBS. Ck* e: .a. ..-e--.-. -.,<4. <4c'f2 -. -<,--.;"-- ; ::8"--e-- --.. .! .
I in the shape of paper knives. and J. S. TwjMrr. :< < ; J. R. ESDNS.CHAS. .
V113 wo are for Jasklus RUNNING A RACE WITH TIME. opera glass holders take the forms of the I Travelers Hotel. L-.lIILzs. I J rI T ..

It i> ii'iiie common for a newspaper cadncean. Mercury's emblem. The fdilcr of this paper will supply: all Jan. 1. l<' -3n Jt' ji '. 0etJ I

.o yixe!. a rompliinentary in the notice Th. Old Year Girl Kan\7as on Oat Hand.It First. but the low Bread plain end stand cake oblong dishes in of shape silver, slightly are on I desinn Jacksonville.l lit stop wLic1.at the is cow Travelers conducted! II."tel on at Notice for Publication. r. f.#h' W/i ji 11 til eJ4 & -- 0. II J

of. : 'iif proiuine'ii man: count was tbe last night of the old year. The hollowed in the center with flaring ends the European ,:nfl !nirk.n plan wilh Land Office at Gaires'iEe.FlorkJa. l 6f3
ul.irl. it rewntn'as a saitablr and broken edge of ornament.A tickets l Jtn.y February J3, fc .l i -7 -1 ;..jI
rej' the a gor>: ir transfer r* nmiBaggagt 1 It"-----
had clicked
mantel \ Drayingt.i
clock tbe 0..1.
on away OTICE is hereby given that th- oliowin ../
famhilnie for borne high office. Of fleeting hours with brazen tongue and shrimp salad bowl ia shaped like an from any depot tn The 1I.tI. N' iuv.i-l jrf-tiJ'-rta.snJed notice of fcw intm- f';kvtRY S'r 2

course, :. general' thing, this little passed its hands over its bold painted face old and slightly battered tin pan with The Traveler* iioi-s II'.! nn u free 'ius tion tn make final proof iu support of has cia-m. :fr W'
and tiidt -lid proof wiil b<- niaoc before W T. SINGLE DOU'PLE or Teaming
wavelike indentations over the gilt interior or baggage wa4cn. I.llt h hju special I arrangement f.t
notice i is taken fur 'hat it may be until they pointed to 11:45. Weeks, clerk of the circ-iit court,Starke. FU Oft ., r4) 1
the and shapes of sea monsters dimly v.jth the propritt. \1 r. Bur it'\ ..: ,:.. -- LT
Painfully upright in his chair sat on Anril 7th. 1832, viz. Amort W. Prevail fit r .
then
worth and th* matter dropped.Not diffident whom Miss Pinkie McGrawhad seen as if through water. ton K. B-ITTS. we nrc tnnli'c'l Jo save mr HUhlaisd. Florid. Hd. No. Tf6.. f.-.r tJ-S>tf of ijI. Promptly iI.'t
youth ,
*;> with the nniuiiulion of Dr readers the cost of tr.ns.rs.SPRIXG Sft;J!J am! NEJ4 ->i Sc.. 2j, T,.. So. K 21 E. TcaroH l ; : VJ i
been devoting her time and talents un The latest service of the bowknot is the
He stiit- fcllow.c ,
bi3onfnui
us o.t ;; vitn rss>-s to prove 1
GuVins 4,1 thit county, for governor. selfishly entertaining since 830.: With very last that might be expected. A set cf : -.1 evidence u-xn. and cultivation of, ; To Hire At AllTIMES. Attended to. i"-:-

His name ha been brought that rare artixiic ROMe that now and then after dinner '.. CiCnps of Royal Worcesterare TERM I StHlani. va: Berry GMffis, ar.JV.. J. Prvvatt.of L : a
Hizhiaiid. Furida;J. B \hitehedJ.o'Starke. '
out by hi* friends for that high andimportant crops out even to the young and Inexperienced bound wit gilt ribbcns tied in a LOTT- i Florida aid XV. 41 Kead.n of LaWey.FlondA. J f

office not as a mere idle Hbe bad turned down the light in knot &t the side. It ij a charming device j I BRADFORD CflOSTT: HIGH SCHOOL 'I' \L'tX. Lyscn.} gister.ecb. .-_. .:rL1StGiy, us a Call.fsf .

order that the contrast between his red i as well ca ncvei. Each cup stands en i\ :9. !*'-:'-_-Ct__________ ___________ Ef3
cotnplimei.t but nvcjiu- they are in necktie nud bin lemon colored mustache : will -
little gilt ba open 1-
(.armi. And why slmuM they not might be u little 11't glaring ncd the con- Silver loccpins are larger than ever and ;1 Notice (f fInal Discharge. a i tX11t eeti nntl jlaleOppuKite jinbk. .

!,.,? Tlie doctor is hnnnelf in no ven>atioQ hud ranged from S'uakespcare to more artistic and _novel in design. Natural -bruar> 20th, 1892. ty Six juriee; intntbs of Bradfonl after date, county I will apply btateof to th FW.coun-da! .

wij-e i a ",-\kr after the office; lie i i. Jackson park with occasional stoppages leaf sprays take the lead. A couple of ivy for CmlettVtrenr: a. nd minb.trator of the -state 31 oltl" Carrtase Shop, STARKE, F'L%.
nomination canned bj temporary Ireakdowos in tbe leaves with tendrils laid across and a leaf RATES OF TUITiON: cf Fj-ai.t : uc.ucis, ceased. Ut> (f said &i7
making uv\ effort to get the COD'.eI'ltlowlI1&Cbinery. blades wheat I coin-.tr. R. \r TrassR.February r. -;;? e-- ,<-- .- 7'
bunches cf cat tails of .
bug. .
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r' 'i"
and ttot! is GU great reason "In fifteen minute. Miss Pinkie," he observed. rose leaves leaves with fine feathery ronds First Grade up to Fourth Reader 51.00j I I g. !". A.Hainr'trator.Q iSm

why i it kliot-id be given him. looking at the clock "the year 1831 sprigs of holly treated with some bug or I
I
j Int. Grade up to Intermediate AntJwvtic.Oramnifir. TflE
-UiCUIT
IS COURT. 4TH JUDICIAL
will have Into history. FLORIDA' CENTRAL ASD PENINSULAR RAILWAY.FLORIDA
The H-torSi biiRines, ability c-in gone creeping thing, in Japanese styles are CI r.i'{IT. tate of Florida. DruJf-vd CouutIII ).- .
hitch his chair
He made an effort to a them. Jewelers' Circular. Geography, etr.I .. i.jo .
in the Among I CliHnorr.LtuuaRittard.
not bu ,LIrIDLse4 by any man little nearer. but only succeeded in moving Complaii Bt. ( TRUMx 1 LINE. SHORT LINE. i'

state. lie has rwe-u f roi" poor it a little farther away. POWDER AND BALL. I Third Oral, common soh o! cour-e to Alcehra. ,3. To hi points 1R S02& M.id't and West F':n'a.. lobile. New Orleans and itbo itbwrvt_ 'q;
sn'ctt'fu1 "I Miss Pinkie" he Martha Fe k 'sanJo t-jhT. Ft-\Tk4s.bt"r hue- lJirect.Ir. I..F urth' ar.JNorti-east. Lt1llJt new coachea.Ec.aLe t.
boy to be one of the incut am- aware. proceeded I Latin etc, 2.50 band. and J. M-Trubv. ..SterB' 'EandE. .D1' i'Vd1t. cst t .
to CiocIDIJ witb..uttb
from Tzu.r.a 1reper.is
phyiuMiiii.n I HurroiiH in the state, "that I must haveh'mseemedunwiually In Germany there U u company of experts Strong partner doin bu inf-ss "r the firm JIQnti..n..dTb.Jm.. .
dull this evening"- Fourth Grade -. A'g-bra, .Oeoaietrj name and style! of Truby bternburK& Co.. "
of the wealth' whose attention constantly directed 1I1"n2:0: iu cget-t .JauI, 1892. \ ,3
thing
nat to MH .
defendant.
t-ay >
be ha* 'ncrti mulated.' in the ineui "Na at all. Mr.the Yagxon-not at all. to the manifold problems of tbe defense cf languages Scenc. ets 3.50 IT being innde to appear by the efflt.tTtufcoinpldJoanfSdEtrot. 3 taOUiitk1.. Ut\ :. I t 4 Jo I 0. 1.1 1111 J r 5'-6.l :
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oftly interposed young lady. the Fatherland. I appended tu the bill ; JI-'IUl1J a Lv Ieniaithnx .r 3Hjp 9 '<'I> WJaL' Ja t.rtnJl" Ar It 2L' p JUp : ..
\iDh'. Mr. Yagson paused a few moments, apparently I I STARKE, FLORIDA. filed in said cause thavtwo of the aborf'-r.amd 7 SO p 115 a Lv CuJUhan Ar 1 1> p T -a.I' IIH.opaLy BaldTin LT trOprecip ._,
If KWu'a: needed JL business unable to decide whether shemeant Armor piercing shells arc now being supplied flS refe:>daLt Martha Fewkt-8 and Joseph T. 9(A) p H 1-j a .' Jsck"f..ii: : l5o.jp 6.f.a l2l4i 84.a.ir Idr (ty LT t'jbp 9 5 n t.
fvr to enter a general denial cf his dull to nil the new vessels of the navy.The Feweare each over the age of t tenty one 9UOp ) pLT .tMwil4 Lr a.-.a tJo'. l: a 3"sar.U. et.'ak LT 540p 8 etc* : ..
governor n.,* is the tutu. There is allowance ut ten per gun. This supply : years an.I that thpv are nnn residents or the mate 1117 p iTpAr Starke LTlt4Ta113a 43 ft .Ar u..aao-t. J. ..'
oem or merely to controvert the propoi Wautt.d. of Flond.v aud that their residence! is 1 i9 Holly- l:: ip 23pAr Ua.borue ly1iJ4.'Sa 3ls IuaJI3.\r Slada-us LTLT t"t4p '_
not a niHii in the htjte hitter noqnainird. lion that he was or could be duller than \\n additional to the allowance of onli-- ITOO.J A..nUE". City of Philadelphia cou-.ty of 251pAr Cure Lv1O2a 44a 4IaI13tAr MooticeUoTalahi jap .3G lit J

*.}th ihefina c of Florida usual, but in the light of her gracious smik- nary shells. I A few ffnod La lies :Grnllcnien to Phi. -ephta; and staieof PecD'ylrana. 131 p Ar S2rer Spria I-y 9.O a 2) a 20B ;> Ar >s e LT 2 fcSp6 2 II a 4'
"anTilF8 for the G.\ hELL I.1TEHARY It:s on! re<} that abortM-anuMl defendant* S 12 a 344pArTttjpAr CtaU LTLr )1a tt-.3a 1-t3p.-\r Q'Jirey Lvlsp Tta JiJ
and thi knowledge he felt emboldened to aJJ\'a l. and hi- The standing army of the Argentine .
tip ilk' !ltiHor, go !I CLUB at a trutrnntetMif $'5 Wfii'it) o.nuinto praclic.l use tried it again Republic numbers ..) men.and there are .t'Ittre.s pc- they and eah: of them are hereby required to 4fOa SllpAr Lt'tsburt l.v119ia1OO. 63-i>111.0 pAr Fensacola LT 1iJ'I z45n .i.
the active list. This \ plead,answer demur to the bill'filed in this I055a SWaAr 35 LJe LT 110 ij
"The-the year 1891 wllladways bs a over fifty generals ou 5 1 a j4Jy4r Tavan-s L SJL'pLT a
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in the .. hair.\ cau*onor before the 4th day of April 1-ftS b-Ua t4.aAr .wOrlultl Ly -
>-uuv ': > diM Pinkuit i to about cnuoreu ; I:. L. UK1GHT or ? 0a 63 rpopka 6S5pLT 830)
memorable one to me, -itwasintheyciirl89lthntth.it i gives a gvneral every
.
the iill"ill be taken asccnfp'!.1 aains tli. 9i j I,'nlaiat 9101I' 6 OaAr )! 735 .
n> it) a 71 pAr p > Me-ctgomerT r a
Dr G.i.ki.. io just in his warriors all lower r11)- 254 }'rtrk.iz s',. ( III.
u man I first became other w grades. i hicago. It 1.> larthtr ,!rOere Jhattnis-oHbr or a copy 4 18 a 4tOpLT512a Wildnood LT 8 -)aT2;cpLT TIlopAr Birmingham Lr.3Wp.

prime or 'lie, tat-i i.vr: too old or to. acquainted with you." The first 13-inch gun ever made at the thereof be tuLli-ht-il ciice a vrV for four eonS.euticO 6l:pAr IVttieCitrI'Umttlty 711 al L-0 p .3.a Ar Na-hiilie Lt 7 s Sai t.
TTtt-kS; prior to said dat.-ab.; men 6i5a LT 5:9 27 a Ar Louie,Xle 1.T 1210 ,
nbe \: "Uut j FOR S.\I } TUpArT45a a 917pLT a
"Vox r'.l)1i."ll'\ttu >v .t naval ordnance .
1 He i ii tim looking manscd [ Washington foundry was
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young. at Lionel in the Bradford County TXLZGRAPH. a 8-OpAr Sainpa 5W .310pLT i5J-a.j? Cincinnati LT 7 0p725aAr '.,j
'U\J'I !I". .HII J.unor to the state all ycirH are memorable. A year is H l3g tested at the proving grounds at Indian } Tin most desiralile }jtrcperly in weeklynerspp.-r published in said Bradfordcoaatr. 1 Kp Ar Waldo 11 23 a t-'t. Ixn* LT 735p ',
Lime, you know." Head Md. Successful results were obtained. Florida 2I pAr 1inilIe Lv 1"a SJOpAr Cliicneo IT 415y7&OaLT ,

i jf lecle l ;,s'her'er""r.) AT: :I Mr. Yttfs felt oppressed by a t..tl from the rifle and the pneumatic -I Starke, Lot opposite Jlioiu's shop, any.Done.. D.and Nr or-'Jeredby me this W.34th T.day WEEKS.of Febru 6iOs'Ar Cedar Key LT IjWIIo_ ___ j. 1-l\\.A t.ORJ1. ((' } : a ) r.j

These uif Jearoun uhy his rril"tld" nummulary nurrrLiinty. llw\\ the yeur carriage upon which it is mounted.It Main: street, 127Ai210 feet. I Clerk Circuit O>urt I I Trains N .11. I. 3.9nrd It taily. Pullman cars JackiornJIe Ar HipKISaLT :. ,
heeuuxl I I" to her because he had By N. D. WAISCIUHTSEAL I between JackMjsTt'le Aud New"Orleans. BAld.tti.. T40p942aLT
We urging IIIH namu het 1ore t'je people 1891 rigcr: that .
mixed in Itor-or bowP'lI'znytt'ir' is held by many foreign experts S./F. (1U)1XEfl: [ ] b-pt.Clk. 3.1. .8 daily. Lake-Citr Lt SOSp
as can li.l.ue fur governor, and become up ten years' i'nmensely expensive experiments L W:T TeeVs. clerk ot the circuit court in and }-EItNAtNA AND CUUBfc.KLAM)
these qiulilu i > c find in no other he aid. hut don't you ou bevy gun construction have net flO Starke. Fla. for Bradford county do hereby certify that the 1 I 60 I I at I 5 l"53aAr Jasper LT S54p1201pAr ..1
tbiuk are more-cr-memorablethanothersJ" above aryl is V.Wosta LT 501
I.OIUl' years fornrciu. a true copy of the critical p555pAr
man who it .pken of &s a candidate given them a single weapon of the first or HI CU Who .re WEAK. NERVOUS. DEBIU- order novrcn file l In oy office.Witness 43>p 930)aI. Jacksonville Ar 22 p Macon LT ItOOe
second magnitude that can with reasonable my hand sad seal of office this 25th day 55'plllCaAr Ffrnandiua Lv2t3p' lOCOpAr Atlanta LT Ties
r TA TEIJ.who ia four or ignorance haTe 850&1
for the executive office. Oli.of coursa. conGtltL e be relied on to discharge III .If trifled away th"1r'i of BcdT. Shad of February, A. I). Ifc-fc. S 3) P AI' Bnn<;vrick LT h U' a 44<)a .0\1' Ch tt noopa LT 155 a

Mr. Yatf-oii Wt himself throwing more twenty-five rounds with full charges without and Machood.caoiin urnble"drains W.T. WEEKS. (o,. 1.2.9 anti JO daiJ-.
helpless but A glance at the ch :: seemed upon the wells of life. -adaclie, backithe [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court. !
1 be p.tk' oa CAM. damage to the gun. iti crew or tte 13 X. D Waiyaios-r. FLYING CRACKEKDaily except Sua< r.
D.
him another effort. dreadful dreair.ii.weakness of nceniory. pia'p'es! ; C
The deti-rlixcs wli labored so indufclriouily |i uvr\v to platform on which it stands.: J upon the face, and all the eSectt leading to es rlv. _Feb._ ._2J.l92. 8'- r.v- Jacksonville AI' 5011p 11''p Lv Si1.pr8I'riJo Ar nr.-p.
It was II:-t3. -- 92.a.Ar 1".a.Idwin L" 420t' liJpLY' ()csJa .1rlZp
to find tee: nmnkrer in the PjrhwoodcaK Giving ILlS chair one more well meant The n.oiiuU-d infantry in England has decay OF LIFE consumption(sealed) free orin with aicty particular benr a BOOK Louie Sheriff's Sale. 10Gr.aAr Lawt..y r.S44. 21pLY Wild.-ond uIJ.fr.a1t1'la

M nuiulhsjigii... after KlI Jiii-ir but uaMiccesaf hitch he broke oat again' : just executed a remarkably long march cur* SO CURE NO P.\Y. AI' tarke AI' Sp S Ilp Lv Laccoebse Al'1&"
for the purpose of testing new equipments, DR. PABKEB.840S. Cherry ..!* \nt.-! .rno. UHDEH and by virtue of an execution dated 1048 Ar WalJo Ar :312p 3o Lv Owenshoro At It&a
Miss I have-
boast tlinl they tinii ihe wan who Committed "All this evening Pinkie ---- - ): &h.1-an. issued ont nt the Circuit 11 2.0& AI" Hawthorne Ar 2 4p l sij p Lv Dade City Ar iSU Sf.
I boon-b'm-h'ra-thlnkiuj< that"- particularly! new methods for carrying the Women who have lead.1dIOO lack Court or t-\ .4th Judicial circuit. State of Florida Ar l'itrn tr % t.'p 4p.L-a YaBtC'ity A.7T I4iAr
tbe crime. in"ite a j'oor j1 1 tlf u. "Beg pardon?" rifle. A march of seventy miles was mada I SICK 1 aches ne'lraloi.ant)., pn.fnse IIn' In,n.J 'orBnidfor! CoJUfJtin a certain cause 1?:p Stlverqingi Lv 1r.D 5o.., Ar TamJl& r.IOa

TLe folio*h.p from !be DcLnnd Supplement "I was goiir< say that nil this evening in sixteen hours. including halts the pace I I painful raensfruations. disorder-. anti Oi-pUce- therein rnd: w herein lItnryIeiciuI. SH in, Fnrirfrwatioiis.elcicalag.-at, Tkket oce8GW. Bay o-.et. cornrBoan.Deposfoot.1
Meinhard, Ijaac
and meats of the womb and sexual or acg, barreu )Idhhard and E. A. Wei,
alternately trotting walking J-hi.'nvilIe.
U-ing flogan'tze.t. A. O. MacDonellGen.P. .. T.AS
i the I have been w.Oderiogvhcthcr"- bfloi1e5Un.ler!
Uu partners firm
U the
cue nareeof Mtin2PHr
; !
ness. leucorrh-ie, hotlJ.t s-n'l for "O1AN"S S PES I (;TOX. Traute Manager.
5nte l llu "You have been wondering whether" the meu taking spells of marching on foot. BOOK OF LIFE (scalwl). fr*.> with part icularsfor & Co.. were plaiDti1rs.IUIdl.' F. and
"Our proplr nrt jin-aily djMprx> < "Whether it has ever-h'in-occurred to Five minutes' halt was allowed each hour, home cure. NuCUR:NU 'A Y. ifiiuflc *'. Moore pnrtnt-r j in bu5ioe-K under rmnameof
Niluieof tli cmud to find! au and there casualities.CHRISTtANITY'S cnrefal M. V. & W.G Moore were defendants
the < jmj' have were no quahficatiuus.unlimitird es.p neaoe. cliag-
that I most surely some object
you I Lave !evi.-d and will -U at
n< isand ho est roprf"3o'rl..ti"ns are the secrets upon piiblio ou'cry GEORGIA SOilTHEBN & FLORIDATrain
ioiliriment ID the Pmkwxxl murolr! CUM !I of oursucvess. Audreys, C W. AIsKKR.M It, on JJon.iay) the 4th day of Aped IMKI.

tut liviJieTenn.DEFORMITIES the-same b in every P I and lentil ,
sale eJin i front of the court hused
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grand jury UU>ml i'hrully Mini m.de ar oitie object, he went on huskily "in Three ccatrries after Christ there were ->r in the town of Starke.county of Braaf"nand leaves Hampton for Macon and tall
coming" State of Flori>.a. between the V-a1 hours c t
full an iuvi,iizi
tbey faile l ,.. Oml outllcieDl t'idt.nce up- last remark Mr. Ya:-wn." Eight wut'tries after Christ there were club feet hip joint d**.and all "le'ormitir-i ty I li lug and bring in the county of Bradford a-1d points in the North and Northwest
the hands .; hrs and fet. ra-jKails- cured.DlftfizurraeDt tat of Florida: Lots one(I), three (3). fire(5),
) "I-1 am not BUM I-cr--quite understand :.(AAx) 00 wblch to (MM* >t irur VII they nre gladioIndtctmei.I f9) (11) in Block fit e n
'Urlll'l.] It would it myself" be gasped looking hopelessly Ten centuries after Christ there were 00.000,000 .-- Foperflots: hair, win.m&.ka,y.oes. tttu.iin- (15). and on'l lot fire f5) in Block sixteen (Ui.jin i at 6.50 a, m. and 8.55 p. m. SouthIbound *
\a* around the room. sly and perfectly reniovrd. Send r..r va'unliletrtause tr' ton of New River. \j'l14n<*.s gild B the
Christians.
the fcbove. C. W PARKER. 0, property of 51 i''. and W. O. hioeetos i,
fy
a.. it-turn II bill to on
ban been an.outrage It was 11:30. Fifteen centuries after Christ there were 4110\.Cherry street NaUm'l.-! Te',n. the lilLi-I execution TVrms cash pureia-er 8.55 p. m. and 6.1 % a. m.
arpu itopulr damur and if the cvideoct "But I am trying to say-h'm-to say that I ,>.COO Christians. paying (,.r titles, Property pointed out by plain- ,

wa not nutHc lest no which In find I hATe beett tbiing all the evening thatIt PBIVATKLTIMC DEPAUT51E.NTIn tir ttom-y P.a CREWS, cars on ni: ht train*.
have occurred to that I-1 Eighteen centuries after Christ there she worth saving? If she wax! your Uaughter Sheriff o'Bradford County. Florida.
must you
so Indictmt-iit. itoou d of courxe have must surely have somesomeobject""You I were 174.00.(0) Christians. you would certainly 'y yea! Dt, an un- March 4,lt2STAKEDRUG. Br E E.JOHNS Del Sheriff. For information apply' to agents of the company or to the undersigned
,under olrinn triage
tcuanied moment proniisft m ten lUKVliu.itit t.. MTUIV M CilTICthIQ.Ti' made a remark to that effect a few 1 Now in the Nineteenth century thereare a lady findS t rrsell in a condition to ill- A. C. KNAPP, JAMES MENZ1ESVTrafiic

) rack*,..l.lllItlr.h1JM. mot horrible minutes ago. Mr. Yagson" ; 450.00.fm Christians. grace both her-elf and family. unl, somotting COMP'YFla.
that is I the fact is. Miss ; done. ixuini the i en d of gest&uon and ciiufioement ; \ra'ti l'r. Macon, Ga. It-n. Ajinit, Palatka, Fla.
la the ctitnu.ul '.U-I.TV Pinkie, that I have been thinking all the among the European power about four- girls an riezam h-.me ip which th? stncti-st -
I rtl >ctl to the list of un-
'y DOW e T everUD;"- fifths of the land of the world is under privacy ia observed, an4 under ih imin .ttiatc: Tbep 1z't P1 "SSC2S
discovered Crimea. tli. guilty patty \\.mID! Once more be stopped and looked with Christian control. United States care 0' &i.illlul phv8icLiDBan Army -
nurses. Addreus C. W.PARKER. 31. D., Pre>.t.. : 2'JVESc' 7
all probability hIt r.- u.dhlnZ but l.'ucon- appealing eyes around the room. Chaplain.The The Good Samaritan S.mtanim City oflioes. ; ; 1-W'

science to r.r 1: t.i ].!c.** And while he looked to! the clock in followers of the three religions, Confucianism 840 N.Cherry street,Na hTille.Ten; if \ I :

_.- alow and majestic measure struck the Buddhism and Taoism all combined men IUld women suffet- rit IBULEv.Leaves .

"The Two UjNlmndti** is another of. hour Then of 12-Miss Pinkie McGraw promptly ,alone are lt rt in number than the Christians B ROKE'CHRONIC UUidiltng LdSEASK. cau from secure anr A valuable form uf .t'h- ., .: : $ V *&_>? IA

r- Mrs. Harriet l.ewia'riqtihite buvcls. contpicunus work on their affliction (sealed) free aud ..
for i.. niiiclilrss juiritj antI r'sup. cLetook the learn bow they can be cured at home b, wriuns .' St. ..uutire dci:; .t Sio a. ra.;Jac&aoaTiUe,

depth of thought Jhr Lady K>ld re" trembling Swiftly crol&j young man the .by the. band and How U TkUtWe DR.: PARKER. BetUrwnte& O,.. 3JO to-cLay.N. Ch-rry delays street are NaslnTjie.Tenn. aangProu ;t'' 90 a.m.rrrhv&Micon,7-is: :! p.m.: Atl.nUio:4.pjn.; -
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ami in.: 5:50 p.RI
admirers tbe
her l t.H'f Chattanooga
brought : said, with A radiant: smile and an unmistakable fir o.eiundrcd clollant) TfoWltrd Kease state your trouble *ad how long
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present Bt'rj !i. >*..'.. *:. lcssnb.orbing.flje note t-f triumph in far voice! : for inv ( 'M' offatarrh tbst cannot be afflicted. f9CaTecus Starke, ., ? : fr"BXTP.JI FARB3.Bs -
ci T ->r 'IIi..1| ctr'i .iti: the I i .II '1\u!;. !'Tau
. chsr < > Theodore. thiU leap J*sr! Will you cured bv takivir Hall's Catarrh Pure.F ;
descrpILC.i5 of En;iv>!i .Ut- ilwiAi LtmiliaritYwith marry me*" ) -I t'HEXEYro.. ''prM.. PATEN""T8 lJE.\LEH! INI i1 : .1s J7\t2..'. sure your Tickets read by East Tennetue- -

E"JIcMIi.I)'. One U at- lie hid his blushing face on her shoulder, Toledo, Ohio and'mde-Mark*obtained and all PaJei.t t !t (;111I

trmctcd by 'hl.hi\ of tLe ttyle murmured brfj, -ojy. "Yes!" and the ago We, Ih. tiii.lers.izried have known F. bU1liQ Sit conducted forMODKKATE FEES. DRUGS J;j-OII o Ji.t and Queen and Crescent Lines -.
sod th. frafik IMLUIU- in which .he voictsoptnious. Oytf.-C Tribune. J. Cheney, for the last 15 YAANo an.! l*>- OUR OFFICE IS OPPUSITE U S PAJENT I I -1-. .
nv WAS
/ "hlt nu,el iti lb(.rtJugbt) lieve him perfectly bononh'e! I in all >nsi Office and a:and I Krs "e can than&ecur those patent reu>ot from in le-s Wash-time I MEDICINES and I -'j-. )L JOLLY, Dist Puse-ser Agent, Astor Block JAOCSOHVUXZ YLOaWA.- -.

lIhtr &l. Nt-ar '.. It.Jhtrt Buourrsftpcr. i liens 'ritujwirtioiiH and financially able tocarry I f BW.. WRENN. General Passenger Agent KNOXVILLE.TENN.
. } 50 ct-oU. :: Eucklen's Arnica Salve. oai any obligation mad)* hy their me model,draY*? or phofwith descrip TOILET ARTICLES,
i Tbe best sal vein the world fur cuts. linn. 'VEST & 1 RtAX, tion. W. wi. if ptl.table or not, tree of I -
I! bruises ulcer salt fever Wliol-tale Drufreist*. Toledo' O. chant Oar fee not due till patent Is secured. SPECTACLES. TRUSSES eic.Prescriitiona .
rjeurn.
JpllcoP81 Servc'H at Lawtey. sores A Little Bock "How to Obtain Patents"with is the time subscribe
W KIKKAN A MARVIW tat sours Now to
sores, tetter, chapped bands cbilbiaius ALDI:O. name of aE51LaI&Ient* in your state county or prepared
Rn. F. RHultin n will bold EPillCOv-1 I corns and all skin eraptioos. and posi- Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. love cent free. Address. or LijrUt. a m dt.1 I

services t Lawt \ in tbs town ball Uvely cures piles,or DO pay required. It Hall's CIr h Cure taken internally C. A. SNOW & CO.
sl Is gturanteeA to give perfor wUiafaotiou acting directly upon the blood and inuaurf Opp. PteDtOCe. WASHixaroir, D. C. Snh8l.rib.lIti news t-duca-!' $1 a
j jt'WfIl&1Jr i get only
ycxt Sondsy at S o'clock fun time. All or money refunded. Price 25 cents per 1.0"8 crsn thesv.t<>m. Prire> 7.;. S (. ; year. .

V. h, .tM, boi. For nl by \V. H. Rlvtrs. -per lotllr. Sold by all druggists. This p per only $1 a year. ,ion :m 1l:2t'pilh' s.



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COU\TY TELEGRAPH, I Mr. Arthur Darby was in the city i! Report of,Secretary, S.. I. .J. A. j CIRCUIT COURT. I Toe Pansy for April I* an ".xcehlentnumber. J.J. t. No. O DcmoeratlJ'xcr.. .-I -;-;,. hatch 4.1d 104. II .

this week. r. There are 'nries. articles mnl Committee Meeting Tl1Itt is +
The
.. .. L8IiS Improvement Associationof -- I what every agent rrcriw* wlj
siigii>tive of Ei>liT 10.1 the season The mriu'x'Mof ihi Democratic Exi-c *t'lI P *
Slarke j Spring Term for Bradford county Vlr fl )n our $1 per week plau.
1811'2.1 Court.week was organized in March 1391.
: : 'starke- brought a great many iL berId"lis leading Morin. by Pansy mire Cnnamiitre of district N0 err Our U-brac **** tilled' cases are w rnwieil -
'J\., March 25, people to Starke. with a memU-rsldp of seventeen. which j I.The spring term of the circuit court I!!land Margaret Sidney. eraof interest r"qui-..ti-d to meet at the churl h'u"e on 1 fur 20 year Fine Etain or Wall-

I has since increased to thirty-one fexivcned at the court house in Slarke on enough in themselves this mnntli to makea S..lurI.1lrll 20sh. 1S1) M 2 Ie'.ck) J; hum movement. Stem wind mod 91.
Mi. Miner is and Thc of I W. brilliant issue. The hhy"" c-'rner.ii- P in Jl l. Joaxa. !.ii ljur: gent's ste.
Loc1 affairS. again out .al le object this association was to i In- Monday morning the 21st insu. Judge Hud Equal tonarfSUw
oii.t-r
0 I tains a channir.g ) ; ChlliUIJ&1 u-h. To secure .
to attend I lle 1m agents where we hT
to business the B The call ;
and
prove cleanliness court was
appearance. Young presiding. of t ,i is whirl! ,
: : stone furitl range .| I 'J''-. we sell one of the Huniin Case
i : Why buy Inferior flour when you Dr. Scott is health of the town. Accordngly! the ed to order by Sheriff Crews aDd the meets of the t'llire fumily. $1" :Call for u County Oemorratic Witches for hue (ltmIi j-ri -f-V>M nlu, Jlen4
much
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can get Swet Home at the same I from reported as improved member were taxed ten cents a month grand jury called. Mr. T A Knight was year lOna nuiulx-r. Convention U. C. J. hy express ui j:!, pririi ftr ,-xnrnmation -
& Richard. his recent illness. Our Little Men and Women for ApnJ.rrom \t Smrkp. Fli.rHi.' Apiil 28'h. betort- ,.
price at Heiberger or one dollar a year paid at oue time. The excused from attendance. The grand Thursday. p-\ n;" mar v.ir
its pretty frontispiece The first 1S9" Itt 11 p.. in fi'r the purpose of electing lI l- Our agent at JT,->'>, >|.ni.*; S ;. *'VH
Alull. It in! of paints at N. J. Jones has put downa i town council were asked for their help jury as sworn were D B Kni-jht. Joremau.A Bluebird to its closing |"ge. is n nnml>er I tn tii-IrgitfS i<. nttend and rrpre "Your"tt'h.! ,?:;,. -.7 "*:'1'. :Tktlerian -. !. -:

,.. Trnby, Sternburg & Co. stonexvalk! in front of his store. and co-operation, wbich was willingly II William T P Register. WI Red- to delight and instruct. Boy and girls in I tnt Bradford <;'ui'iy in the .tte conven who fut III" '1"., ",.,t.-:. ,.s: ,. ,fLt

"Ironclad7* notes for sa'e at the promised, and they have never failed to ding. N G Mizell. G II Buidett. W A Samoa descrilK-s n l.vpr .child-life' little I I lion it T.tmpan Jifnp tst. 18Ir!. rum I nl'fj III,: J.riHel It :i. bvI.>'-.
: t Mr. T: H. Bud, of Boston, is E P T F known t-, the American boy and girl :mdBossv's I AIM fur hu- '|>urp. "e If selecting ten watches: ip I.,.1.-,.,,-'. tl..>t \\1 r" a'. Liar .
"; TJtLJtGRArn_office. making his regular winter visit tfi I respond to any appeal tOt fully to curry Bailey Davis Casoo. Ward. mooinsr teaches H uatur.il history I drlt'irutrfl to atund mid represent Bradford !- thin yours. ,..,: f-. :.tP%, Was $43.Un .-
'' To see is to buy-Hodges' new Starke. out tlieii purl of the agreement.The Yau elJ. II C Surrency 0 W I>y&l. This lesson it would take I bn Ic.iru by simple plainly in hr state i Ct'lIgres.'lJOb&l .- good I shaI'Ie nft.ni wanted for

: association agreed upon placing jury worked hard and faithfiii li 1 Cjurt study. The storws an-wrry, umer- I cotm-nii.M, I lie held it Gainesville orA t'ub plltt l -.. \\ rjt- for l'lrlle-u.1I5.[
I t. goods. Mr. A. II. and ems this month and :1 elh.1tlIlg ns turnst ISS-J.: EMPIKK WATCH c'
Williamsof: Providence large barrels points Convenient fur gathering adjourned on Thursday morning no : 0.
full stock of ,
}:"Y'l'r'' { 1, J. Jones has a ever. Price $1 I,'e'lr. lite u iiu-nlH-r, 1 he .rti-ii dSsttic'3 of the county artentitlfd 48 anal 50 M.Iifcu: }IDe. New York.
was in the city in attendance up the trash from the stores. streets doubt fulfilled their duty to the letter. '
: funeral supplies, coffins and caskets upon Babyland for April i U a fresh delight! to 1..11.) .. f..hl.wiaig dc-h-p-itt-s: oet2l-ly
j/ all price court. and so forth; the barrels were partly don The petit jury was then called from baby and in-imma. Tin wonder i* where Di>tm-t No 1. L.-wtfy 10. -- --- --- --_ _

,:" at ated liy the merchants and partly pur- which Mr. P J Kerce was excused from all the good things writl-n arn! told forbtby 2. Lake Butler 27.
: : tbe Ladies of titarkeVe : blossoms ., .
To Orange are falling from hail the liiil-yland's 9
come s. Rili-stinc.
very
chased from the funds of the association. attendance. F.:. L. STEUAUT M. D.
\ would call especial attentionto fast. The crop will be very short stories and rhymes never nn-w !iritS In.. S. 4. Primvmd,.,ace. II. ,
our Hue of fine shoes. Every pair this. year. They were painted green and yellow to THE FIRST CASK this numlH-r Nurse K 111." i tory ..f the 5. Pm Hill. 13.

satisfaction.T make them attractive. The council agreed called was J G Alvarez vs. John Darby chickens i in troubU, iII S"cethearl"sbeautiful 6Strke.23.
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warranted 'to-ul give & Co. Horne trading was not AS lively to see that they were emptied twice a ejectment, with R F Lewis W G Nettles. lin'e plunt in l h1..Iu' 11'4 well 'I II 7. Hampton. 7 Office at ..SfrrrAJsruy 'fJl1lpu1I'y"V
Sternburg
-. y, this court as usual for some ur- week. Joel George L? H Johns. J B Dow ling as other Mi>ri
Nice mounted pictures for sale aver and over t-) babv. Price 5J cent.a diMrif hold mass meeting to sol -ci their
known reason. The number of meetings I el'l during and Carter Newsom as the jury. 5 cents numU-r. -
a before 1S92J.
Bazar. year do lrtati s on or April 3.1.
cheap at Morgan's the year was thirty there being no meetings These gentlemen listened to the evidence All the above m.ig-.iziucsi are publislntl L. HIIJ, TATE POWEll H. 0.

Job printing of all kinds at theTELEOELrIIOthee. Mr. J.PI'. Wills i In having an addition from June to October; the average and the instruction of the judge by 13. Lotbrop CHillY 111"I..n J. II I Jonsa. Ch'n DrilL EL Com., ,

put to his house and other attendance aud retired to makeup their verdict, S-cretary. Bradford U< .
was eight. The association La Grippe Successfully Treated. PHYSICIAN SUfiGEOS.

The Traveler's Hotel in Jacksonville repairs made. has had three presidents during the ytar. I which they d
is the only first-class hotel to ujderstood the But it happened attack of ibo grip iliis .ear,' SMI.VSMr. '
Episcopal r services will be held having lost two as well as several other as they case.
.... O. .Jmlc"pllh'Ihf I r"l'lhe L.ot- The democratic prly of the state nl Office at fiasklBB Drwg St.",
. keep open all summer. next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock members by removal to other towns. The to be contrary to the charge of the er. Mejcin, '1'eca'c "In tSie la't'Ti-.i fused Florida will hold a state convention nl STARKE FLORIDA

Saddle horses for ladies and gentlemen standard time. ladies have bad various entertainmentsfor judge, who sent them l-ack again to make ClitmlNtrl.uirt C.'1II1 ;h I'einwly, Tampa nn Wednesday. June lat. aL 12 zuyl5tf

at J. \V. Alvarez & Co.'sstables. I the purpose of raising money which the verdict as he bad instructed them. acd I think with t.,. idcrhu .stut-t--*, m.. for the following purposes: I
onlv elns" in heat little two .!:IVH.asrain.it .
a over
The S. L. I. A. will
hold its
choose the
next To delegates to represent
Hall
they have spent in cleaning the streets They were longer than he thought they ten alt vs for tho first att.u-k. Tb*" razee &
regular meeting afternoonat stale in the National Democratic Convention. -
Rio coffee 5 Ibc. for $1at Monday and they have been the means of introd- should IK and sent for them. The verdict se'ond attark I am iiteil wmild has e to he held in Chicago June 21. 1892.
The best Mrs. Hackett's.Mr. then equally ats had astl.e tir-t l limit for An'y ar.d; L-ounsrlirs. st t law
not light ami Judge Young Tn nominate candidates for the offices ,
them was yet
lleiberger & Richard's. ucing many improvements among the use of tliis reined. as I li.u I" g'' tn
B. L. Rug and wife, of Lake the opening of Jackson street east of the otdered them discharged from further bed in about six b"ors all,* r Itfimr nk- of Governor one Justice of the Supreme X'KtU I AO. 1. JOSEif BLOCK.STARXE.
A new line of gents' furnishinggoods 1 and en with it, while in the' first haImiie| I vas Court n Secretary ot State. AttorneyGeneral. -
last railroad.At attendance al this court. a new jury .
City in BRADFORD
Sunday town at CO. FLORIDA.
spent
junt in and tor sale the cheap a'"le to attend to business d.ollt 2 days I Comptroller Treasurer. Superintendent ;. ,
est in town at J. W. Hodges. Col. Bugg's residence. the close of this their first year of summoned from the body of tbe county. before getting down. 5Oit iit bottles for .,. of Public Instruction. Commissioner And Lownvy Build' cor. Third and

I u work, the ruemltcrs of the association The whole matter wasA sale by all medicine detler. nf griculture and four Presidential Elector J 711 Canter Itrs. Fernandina Fla.
A new'fctock of ffins-ant caskets The report of the S. L. I. A., published their would thank MISOTJfcRsTANDISa and Alternates ther.-of. to be voted

at N. J. Jones.Have in another column, is very through secretary I gend of the WanderIng JewI- for at the next regular state election, and BtRPIELDUROS.,
those friends who have them The ju'y were doing the very best they
given as
flour creditable to the ladies. The old% Jevnsb1story ia that Car-j tn tranSact such other business as may
tried Sweet Home ? TRACTORS &
you sistance and sympathy in that work and could to make their verdict as instructedby taphilos. tho bookkeeper of the Jndg- conic before the convention. BUILDERS

The sales are increasing every day. Morgan Brothers have put downa would ak for a continuance of the name the judge. and he thought they were meat hull under the employ of Pontius 1 lie different cotmiies in the state will Will build Residences- Church, Stores nad

The best trade utes it. For sale by new sidewalk in front of Owen during the year upon which they are now not trying to do their duly nud had Uiere Pilate, Etrnrk oar Lord %* he was led ,H<-ii lleiberger & Richard. from the hall "Uo f/riterl Get f..ii.wjmIL' basis: pay. Terms cash. or time to ivponaibl partivA.
Owens' Ji. been little better understanding between saying:
store. in do a
, grocery entering;, which they hope to more One drlegnte for each hundred votes Lake Butler and New River Floridamchllftm
; on! Jesus turned to him aud said, 1 -
Fresh at Meacham's friction could have been
IhU easily -
oysters every for the improvement, of Starke. them r.ist in each county for the candidate on
day. Leave your orders early. Mr. II. I. Sparkman,, of Darien, The treasurers shows that the as prevented. This jury was composed of go but you tarry until I come again the state ticket that received the highest '
report
1 Ga., is in town this week shaking Cursed though he waa he afterward became umber ur votes at the general election of1t:1. H. K.: LAGKRUREN
; Gents'goves, shirts hose, ties, sociation in addition to the membership Dome of our best citizens and six better Christian and In
a was baptized.
hands with his friends. and one additional vote for the fraction -
many
; hats, antI in fact anything to make a fees has realized from seven entertainment men could hardly have been picked up at tradition he still lives falling into a protracted in excess thereof when it amounts to LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy .

: gentleman. at Hodge*, at astonishingly Business of the court has been I ? given during the j ear the sum of ran dum. They justly feel highly in- trance every thirty years. fifty or more But if any county increased County Surveyor.All .

r low.prices. Don't fail to see dispatched very rapidly this week 176.62. of which $M.23 has been expended ceticed. Another legend tells n& that Jesus, almost ltd vote at the general election of 18*), I
I ., Lines run from U. S. Surreys Ffc-M l4oteai.
II it shall have the benefit of such increase.
his bargains._ and talC adjournment was very early for the improvement of the town leaving The following business was transacted: overcome by the weight of the Ench county shall be entitled to one del Levelling and Dralii.x. 1ute., ..u.a' .

The only $2 a day hotel in Jacksonville in the treasury at the close of the yeara Civil. DOCKET. cross as he ww; carrying it to the placeof egate.I C '-Tall ,J Oi1_.
J. W. Alvarez & Co. will fit I before the ofa
e.xecntion.topped shop
! is The Travelers. you balance of $36.14./ 11. A. Parker administrator of the estate n counties where the democratic vote STARKE FLORIDA..
out with a Sunday team in good cobbler. and rented his hand against
.- Hauling f all kii.ds without de At the annual meeting hl.lIl:1ttrs. of C. C. and J. N. Yerdier deceased, of 1B38 was reduced below the vote of
the wall of the This .CTIO
shape. Be sure and speak for it oji buitLimug enragedthe 18S4 by reason of the prevalence of j el-
I ,, lay. Call at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s Saturday. Knight's the following officers were reelected vs. L. W. Fennel) administrator ue bonis cobbler. whe1t'uamewai Ahasnerns: low fever. such counties are authorized to

livery stables._ : Lion of James A. Bnil -y. Assumpsit. Case to such un extent that he threw H last at also certify to said convention such fact. CANDY STORE

;: Capt. R. \V. Davis, of Pahtka, P1C's itcnt. Mrs. T. Knight. continued for seilk-intnt. the Man of ..n.uwc'ing to him: "(let it!>d may in addition to its representation
and wheelbarrows atMorgan's
Wagons Baz one of Florida's prominent criminal Vice President. Mrs. D. Q. Cole. J. G. Alvarez vs. John Darby. Eject offl! Away with your Jeans rebuke lu-ivin authorized select and certify to said C. R. ENSEY
f ,
r. in attendance at court varied Ill case submitted him. saying. "1 go and go quickly; but convention such additional delegates on a
lawyers, was Secretary Mrs. I. C. Webb. ment. Jury
IKIMS i of the vote of 1884. for the action of CORNER RAILROAD AND MAIN STRJEST.
My friends and customers will this week. Trca'nrt'r. Miss McAfee. to court Yt-nlicl for defendant. command thee wander over" the earth the ConVelition.The %
until the This ST/ RKE. FLA.
find me still selling goods on the Pres. Ex. Com.. Mrl J.Tj. Gaskiiis. .Christine Dolun vs Thomas Brings mid judgment day. last counties under this rule will entitled -
Mr.Valtcr Wills has is the Paul
opened a legend one given by vou
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north side of Main street. I will of of 10 representation as :
Wilkins. contract purchase
I and confectionery and grocery store in It should be in Every House. George Eitzen. bishop of Sclilcswig. in the year Ahichua 21 Laa 3 Vegetables, Candles Fruits and
close out my stock of groceries the J. M. Johns new brick block by J. R. WH ( and furniture. J. W. Hodges. l iire.- Pa. sav he will not l 100 withoutDr. Francis P. Fleming governor of the A third legend that Ahnstierns Baker 4 Levy 7
the railroad. Kine's New Jiq'O"TfOT Consumption says BreT.tnl 5 Liberty COCO COLA Nerve Tonic. and CHAM
i Wesley Hodges nays, tell the 'people Conchs and Cold*. that it stale of Fhn ida. for the case of Richard bad been detai'etl to bring .ft ms into the calhoun S Madtoon 7Citrui PA1UNE HIST.

. that he wants them every one Mrs. F. Edwards is having. (r cured his wife who was Ihre"tpnf\el vitlpImnenmnnb A. Townsend vs. N. D. Wainnght, administrator judgment nail of I iliitH. nnd that he C"av 5 6 Marion Maaat 19 4 i. for

to come round and see what he has house by the J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s after an attack of 'a cripi>*. ot estit : when various other remedies nnd several gait when Jesus of weariness ue 1 Naasau 10 oc 8m
complained
about lie is in stables thoroughly repaired. She .J. G. Alvarez. W. W. SappandComer
1 to say selling goods. nlivsic-ians pad lonn her no erod.Kol deceased. De-oto 7 Orange 19
1 the jewelry store in the old Witkov- expects to move into it. >rt Rarl-er. nf'oksport.Ps., claimsDP. L. Peck. An action of debt.Dainmaiges anti requested. to sit down on a Efcambia Dutal 20 18 Pasco CHceoU 4 6 I
stone by the \va "id9. This request was
Kinc's New Di has done hm
fovery Demur sustained and Franklin 4 Polk 13 DRUG STORE
8k '
j building. The heavy freeze of last Fridayand morA rood than nnvthincr h" ever used $3.000. refused by the heartiest wretch, who exclaimed Gadittlea Putnam U
.' Golden Wax German Black Wax Saturday nights done considerable for Inne trouble. Nothine:1ike it. Free plaintif declining to amend. I is considered : "Move on. Jeans move on! Hamilton T 8t.John. II
HernnD 4 Santa Roaa 8
t -ial bottle at Vtarke Drug Comnanv's that defendants
the court "
by tie Thou slwlt not rest? Jesus replied, 1
Mohawk and Valentine beans at injufto strawberries and drug storfliJirce Itntt.lpR. 50.1 and $I. ft Uiusborou 18 Sumter 8
I --- ----- .-- go hence without pay and recover from go my way unto everlasting rest. but Holmes & buwannee 10
and fruits.
> Truby Sttinburg & Co. young vegetables Jackw-n 19 3J
{ Taylor
Sampson School Entertainment p\illlif their costs in t'ns belmadlexpended thou shalt eo away and never rent untilI !fferfl )n 12 Volusia 10

New line of low shoes just received Mrs.V.. G. Green has gone to Tie S'ampson school, under tho ah'e I F Ensey vs. Gar.tnet &Pace mapper). I return U> Harth again.?-St. Louis Ke- Lake Laf.ijftttf 13 8 Walton Waknlla 5 3

at Truby, Sternhnrg & Co. Waldo to see her son Kd. Greenho management of Miss Leila O. Shamls. Judgment affirmed. public. _ Washington 8.

was badly mashed: while coupling closed on the evening of he hilt inst., A. I L. Scott vs. Tinby.) Sternburg & Work Done by Inralld. 1 he counties will select their delegates

< The TELEGRAPH will be Kent to cars at that place! on the 19th. with a highly enterlaininz exhibition. Co.. an action of debt. Demur to the 2d- Have yon ever thought that ranch of In any manner as may be considered best

any address for $1 a_year.J. ----- The large bui'dine in which the exhibition 3d and 6th pleas \ Leave: given the nsehil work of the world is done by by the people' acting through the usual
A man at the Commercial sll"ll\nel1 party orzauiz-itions. And it is recommendid -
\V. Hodges' bargains are gen crazy was held was 'filled with nn intelligent to defendants to file urni-mled plea on or people (' )mit titratively invalids Richard that the convention in each county -

uine. lie has a large stock, b tight excitement.Hotel on Tuesday lie caused quito an and appreciative nndi'nce.f' and the before next rule day. Baxter, by reason of his disease, all his meet fur this purpose at the court J. 1.. GASKINS
It was eventually days sitting in the door of the tomb. yet house or other usual place of meeting on ,
cheap, and he will sell it cheap.) exercises the difficult dialojriu'B: and the J. .J. Burton. udministratorof the estate
carried to for safu than hundred volumes DEALER IN ,
jail keeping. writing more a Saturday. .M 1 y :ht.ArrnIlP'.wnr. .
to your interest to call and see for beautiful Ion!! spoke volumes for the J C Barry et
of J J Bevile. deceased vs.
1 and sending out an influence for God -* >re Iwin made by corn- Drugs & Medicines
; yourself._ Among the visiting attorneys this labors of the efficient; teacher. at. Forcible entry aud unlawful detainer that will endure aa long aa the "Saints' miltees IOpp..iltti| fur sm-h ;,1r5e. t" I

" week were T. A. MacDomit'll of Superintendent J. I,. Hill delivered t'I Case trickcl from docket. Everlasting Rest Edward Payson. secure re iuid ntisof tn vl io mid from Starkc, Flas
.
: Owen Owens Jr.lGRCEIIES. Jacksonville, S. Y. Fin lev and (/. L. forcibl address upon school subjects in CRIMINAL DOCKET. never knowing a well day. yet how he the court i.liiT.; unit this committee: will I'Ityathtii' Prc.trriptiou. .

Kild of Gainesville and B II. Pal which he plainly set forth the many benefits State: vs. A M Dixon.. indictment for pre4irhed. anti how be wrote helping give such the resu'i roimiy* si nn i-onur.iMei-s early; d iy.due notice of 'J JerH v. f'Jnpnl"I !jn.smd .

, mer of Lake City. derived' from state and county institutes. assault with.intent to murder. Not guilty. thousands of son In like himself "toswim Count} a.ra Ii /. tions ii nil di-U-g-.itei'! ire --"'f'.U
in a sea of glo.r' And Robert AlcUheyie. notitiod tliii I ii) << romuiitii-K will meet ut
!
the necessity of teachers lnTomin
\". II. Rivers' rew alvertieuient Andicw Green conccllc weapons, $5 A HOME FOR :
a walking skeleton yet you Tampa ai b p_ In .May 3Ut. to receive SALE.
with the
acquainted new methods of
: appears in this i *utfr.. Rivets i and costs.N know what he did in Dundee and how credentials i i.viie ttckJts of admissionto
PR< )VISIONS I I
has: sold out his stock of drugs and! teaching and also the importance of IM-- Mallory. nssuull with intt-nl to mur he shook Scntl.mil with zeal for God. elele II"'', The following inscribed' property In-

: DRY GOODS added :i big stock of groceries, dry in? thoroughly in harmony and cooperating der. Coutnued. Philip olttl1.Ie., advised by his Uy .riKT of ilip commi'tec. cnted wi hin Ihe corporate limits nf Ibis

! goods and clothing. i with the touchers of their respective Charles Miller entering a building with friends bet-mis of his illness not to Attest: .','ns i*. TALI.\FEURO.L. town ,.t Burke. I U offered for smile:
II l WOMKVIH.L. Ch'n.iecrelary .
, NOTIONS, schools. !intent to commit larceny. Conlinut.tI.I enter the ministry yet yon know what ? Two A errs of Land

' ithopV preached a very interesting Supervisor P n'liwy madi a short I Hurry I forgery, Nol prosed.U he did for the "mse and Progress of He- well fellC't"*Import which is good well
r HEN'S FURNISHING GOODS EtC. sermon at the Kpisuipal Hilanl ligion" in the church and in the world.
hut address delivorinsr
appropriate upon V Hilton nnd Martha Young. I\ ci- lift I VLERS HOTEL painted and plit.lrrt-d 1wn-"lnry dwelling)
church List night, after which there \Wilberforce told by his doctors that I '
the prizes and closed with remarks complimentary viouslv cohabiting. Continued. Ilin rxrvll nt \\"t"n..f wairr Uirkrd f from
a class of six continued. The he could not live a fortnight, yet at that CORNER OF RAY AXD CEDAR STREET?.
) was to both the teacher and the Thomas Williams and Thomas Gilloy. the r.l..y: mid stiabhi, anti emuthnttdings.l'tma .
house w: beautifully decorated very time entering upon {philanthropic JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I
j I am now ready to sell goods with floters.Dr. 1S't'r'y. pupils. blinking and entering.I Continued. enterprises that demanded: the greatest Anienciiii i phi.i.! %:. 0 Iud f2 5) per day. f.ill'iwipv; j is :i hit of the Tree gr'w.

Ii 1 PROG n A sr. Charlie Vooer.. assiult with intent to endurance and persistenre. Robert i Kutopcaii: ;it I.III. K'Kin.sSOc a lay each big upon time place: .

, CHEAP. Call and] see mOl Powell has a telephone in per 1. How pleasant school was: song.- kill. Continued. Hall. suffering excruciatioaa, so that I [* rt>,". Ki: trular men la. 25c and 90 Plum Trees, 13 v"riHir &| year

fet 1'lIIminoorell'r: between his By the ;' \}. Jerry Padgett, larceny o( domestic an often in hm pulpit while preaching he IJf t..U1t t a la carte.A Iwarinp1; th: stuuth 5.3 triet.t-9 Apples

: office and dwelling, it \\oiks nicelya 2. Address by Hupt. J. L. Hill iui:il. Cotinnued. would stop .nl1ie down on a sofa then XKW BlUr( 1C HOTEL. sitiMt.'d on 6 trees ((3 Standard' ) 3 on IW molt;

1 Owen Owens Jr. distance of half a mile and one can $. Rock of 8gp!. rec.-Alice Wain- L P Parish unlawfully selling liquor.. getting up again to preach about heaven the priijcip.il I'ti-iness street and com- Orange Fret" 4 varieties; 77 Prnr.
ree'onize'oice from the other until the glorios of the Celestial City iM.'MHiiiu, vitw'of the .Johns
; Starke, Florida. easily right. Continued. iiiiiiKiing i. t : 4 vurk'tioApricot 7; P *immon .
dropped on the multitude doing more ample lire and cod!
river not
nn end of the line. 4. Trim tim-telling. dial.-Misses Edna tiripe 77. choicest vrtrl ties Poach
, Ceo FiUch assault with latent t murder. work perh.-jK than almost any well man b.alib; ant ci>*ct ou every floor. Each ( ; 80. larc

.; A Billion and Half. In another column will be found Bailey. Belle and Daisy Wainrighlnn Not guilty. in his day. -Hov. T. De Witt Ta1m 8. room i in ]
1 ie above i is estimated tn be the am- a notice for sale of iMr. A. II. Tullis' Jennie Andre5. \, '. Win Hodges concealed weapons. t5 fire shim nnil iiKUt- by gig. This houseis All ih- nlKivi- tree are in lienrine. ra"rt

lJ: *. due heirs to unclaimed estates in handsome place 2' miles south of The presidents: rcc.-V/. C. Wain- aud co&ts. The VforJtlN Lar ekt Tole:rapb Office. n-jvcr th.otit .\ mg.it clerk "ml watchman i. of them in their M.c, w nf lid Ireland. Scotland. Wales GerT The biggest telegraph office: in the nrr ,IwUI1 tIme alert to protect
Starke. This is a veiy nice property right. hazel and James Harden violating This p'are fliusi If wn tube ,
, Y and Franco. The heirs ale I'll|'ItN.j Ilrmon world is tint of London. It i is locatedin life and IHIlP"I'I'| Nearest hotel to the -l'rr.rneel -
chiefly in the United States descundf and is offered at a great bargain G. Ruby May. rcc._ IIIY Prescott. revenue law $10 each and costs. the general pototiice building and is Snvuin.ih. K:-ii.i.i & Western, the Jack For 'urther inform.ition apply tDll. .
Tullis leave for Alabama 7, Dew drops arc falling solo.-Rose : sonville. I'-mo. it Ky West and the St.
people whocrosstd the ocean years \'. expects to Aiiolphus! Richard and Geo M Richard not awe.-5si'jle to the l It
general public. A. L. SCOTT
Aujrtistme ;mimitaay! d-jHts and 1 wo blocks: ,
Youho icad this earnestly and is
are on the first of May very Andrews. assault with intent to murder. Contin- contains monthan 3.000 curators and
quested 'o correspond with the und ,%esL of UR-! Kl'iri-M. O-utral & PeninsuUrniilway Strke, Fla.
ned.. if your people came from across anxious to sell out before that timt 8- llltion-Uoward Thomas. ued. its batterie- are supplied by a plant of Upot mutt Clyde's New York & ,

e sea. Remember that a letter to ibis 9. Ghost dial.-:Missus Alice Wain- Harry McCoy, l.irctny. 6 months in 80,000 celU. or enough to make three Flori'U!; stvamvjiij and t Johns J river
We present to oir readers this Della of cells from the stt-nmer !ri'li't '. making thin the most U.D.MljTERWatchmaker
untry requires a five cent stamp Be right. Fay Prescott Wynn penitentiary.There Bolid.glasa rows Capitol !;
re to write your name and address plain- week a new advertisement of the and Henry Audrews, Raymond Prescott to the White House. This office conveiik-nl h..l< I fur transient" in Jncksonvillc. -
pistol
were a great many more
Also &end 25 cents to pay for postage Scarke Drug Company, successorsto Wain and MinervaWynn. does more business than any office in the strict vnrs puss the door from -esat
Truby right
d cases some of whom were fined from $5 mall depots :.M! ailn't* he the 'city. Klegaiitly -
correspondence. nothingrlnyestigatiug.VILi.IAM "the
chtiig \V. II. Rivers in drug business United States I 11 dispatches ita business
LOUD MOORE to $tO and costs others were continued. furiiKIi-Ht r.M-ms single or en suite
IrH. R. Joiner much and more quietly than our
quicker
Ingersoll Road Shepherd's: Bush. L"n- druggist. 10. Haunnh Jane rcc.-Menda Wuin- Thursday retiming the grand jury having >iit (lie Inrvi- l IIII tin lie, t hotel in the and
n, England. inchllSmRermblicun This company is composed of young offices do. city anil !h..- e oul\ tate conducted oi I thr
men and should receive a share of right. finished their. work and there being no Of these 8,000 operators about 1.000, Euro peart j pln.l here yoti can either pay

[ Mass-Meeting.A 11. No sir song. Bl.inche Wynn and further business. before the court. it adjourned are women. They have room to them $2 or $..fjO :t (oar ,T 1l"lIt'nur Kx.ms and

call is hereby issued for a Republican your patronage.Interesting Henry Bennings. to the fall term in October. selves, and do their work with American pay only fur I Ijie"ine.i!* V.>TI nctually have S Jeweer.{

ss meeting of.the Republican voters of Lecture. 12. Entertaining sisttr's beau rec.- GRAND JURY PRE3EXTMKJT3. Morse instruments with registersand n''I"s eiijn,:sit l-y niiiil or lel.-graph. The

dford county to be held at Starke on The lecture Mond.iy night at the Methodist Belle Waiunght. We the grand. jury empineled for the : paper reels. In the other parts of rooms Kn.II'.Itur.u\| und r lime |>ersonal -
81slday of March. Its92. at 12 Ui. for church on Ihe "Land of the Phara the office all sorts of instruments are niHuugiMitfpt of ti.e proprietor.
is JackWynn.
13. The world round rec.- of the circuit court for 1892 IUUlU.N K. BMUtS.1kT Stare
spring term Fla.
]
purpose of-selecting thiee delfgntes to
ohs" Hev. Earl D. Holtz. was instinctive used and the Hughes printing instruments ,._
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sod the Republican State Convention in the 4th judicial citcuit of Florida are the most popular. Ia the big
1>e held at the city of Tallahassee. Ap- and entertaining throughout. As he 14. What girls like to do, dial.-Misses Bradford county make the following presentments telegraph operating room of Paris hOOd 1P T 11. Iti Il'1)4.S --

18th 1892 at 13 01-. for the purpose of told in graphic language of Egypt's Daisy and Lade Wainnght. Delia at work. Nearly onehalfof
: operators are
floating voted for four at the presidential general election electors; also to : ancient civilization the pyramids thousands and Alice Wynn Fay Prescott and AU violations of the law which have these are women. The day operators -DKALKIUX: : Largest Jsscrtment of

1 wlect four delegates at large nud four : of years old the colossal sphinx the Alice Sloan. been brought before u have been treated work only seven hours while the night

; mates from this state to the National : sacred bulls. ttc., and all spiced with 15. Washington dial.-Misses McatUWainiight. according to the evidence given. \"e inn operators w>rk ten hours but they get Watches Clacks and

: mblican Convention which meets ..t.neapolis. amusing incidents of travel we all felt Blanche Wynn Alice visited county and we bigger pay than those who work duringthe f Fi"f> *i 1ECHAND1SE ,
body ahl
Minn. on the 7th day of jai day.-London Cor. Pittsburg Diapatch. llIliriLa
that we wcie enjoying a rare lre.it. Howard Thomas and Iln- I
and
I e, 1b92. for the of nominating Sloan; find about the Jill l>. very Jewelry
purpose t\'crylhins .
in recommending _ ,
We taku pleasure
I Jlrtates for president and vice presid- great ry Bennin. good< condition WI believe the steel cellthat II ,

4 and to nominate stuto ticki-t. t.r him to any audience feeling sure that 16. Hold on. tableau.: -Ed Kite and! is inside the j ill building to be as Dissolution Notice. I DRY GOODS

t, i'such-t action Also tlieicon to attend as may to such be deem-other all who hear him wi'l be instructed entertained Miss Kite. good as could b hnd. We would recommend The firm hereunto fritting: ;*< William* It t I Special attention given to the repairing

1 ness as uny come up us advisable aud leligUted.! 17. Valedictory.-Edna Bat Ivy. to the county commissioners that Brothers, at Hampton. o'a.. n iHlved NOTIONS, of Clocks and Watebet

4 be meeting is for the best interest FRED PIXTOX. 18. Address and prize distribution by for the in by mutual consent. All accounts dime theflrmn
of they erect house j-iilcr couneclinn Good work done
\ 1 will be receipted for by K M. Williams at reasonable rate
arty let Pastor Slarke M. E. o. S. .
I .tv every republican voter i in the W. F. Bailey. with the jul. as a safeguard: who wnti.jurs in tlio! business The UOOTS -
attend and rally for the cause of Lawtey.We by the school.A ) liberal thai ha latin accorded WE TELL THE
I blicftmsui. 19. Goodltyesong.: against any attempt th break the jail. patronage *
j,. ( ,
j iimj.
11. TnOMPSOS. Chiiiri,.An. were greatly favored by a visit from Little Girl's Experience In a We also inspected the clerk's office and to William* Brother i in respect fully 8"-! SHOES and TRUTHabout
&ocrctllr '. Rev. Earl I). Holtr of Cleveland Ohio Light House.Mr. K-iied for the new IIIIlilll'9.
1 find everything in rst-hts condition 11. VV:M.I MI*. Seeds.We win pod
1893.aa an aMe preacher and lee- and Mrs. Lt.rwn IVescottare ke p- I
A genial man. er*"of the gov. light housoatSan-i i fiearh We al J. tmarkieCure of Rheumatism trfrer he will long be remembered,' our Mich., 31)(1 are hles ed with a daughter better condition than ever before, and has r March 25. tM)3! -ot I. por 1892 which tells
and people. His lecture on the 'Laud of the four old. Last April she was taken THCWHOLCTRUTH.
,aT; SIirinai of Alex- vears been supplied with a safe and i Irh
,he Ui delivered at the M. E. church ( own with ruexslM. followed by adred'Ul recently iI
;kabI"i& "l"gIHdill a Pharaohs.
very New Washington, Ponn.. I
rra cnimh and turning intfver.. I I new set of books I }'Ja.I .
"T' HhpunuU.oI1I1 Iher-( last, was both,in structure I Iitl.'w xt<.nl litiM of .
flOW8 6 wife of on Friday night Doctors ,t SioMioand-wt Detroit treated ]I We congratulate this circuit in having I l'eopl> at" taking ----
P it, ,he post tnahter Mr. William and entertaining and greatly drlighled her but in vain she grew w"rse' rapidly judge prompt and faithful in the dis- a Jethil.ff, if i ih, nrtii!.- ban merit. .\ For Sale. I Wt illustrate and Cfve
tae bai1
b ridden ltos" I nion'l.s ; \vi.t I li.ei-s of 'heatplace 1 I In this
with until slit was !nere"uandtulof hono*. of his duty. We tender our thanks few i Jo ; ORANC.E and PEAR GROVE mile south J prices Catalogue.which .
:
for Sabb ilh
several\ His Enernlug charge
Idht'UlIllttljnt his hearen sermon _
I b..u-ht his i hir.tt 4u..k --t
('t.
'f She t. It.- Is
'. Theu she trio 1 Dr. King's New Discovery tl) the states attorney also to the sheriff, of Sark"-U : of land,14acr laiproTe(1.7 handsomer than
at Iood \ sold her a bottle to of dl' hfll4. was able and touching and moved the and after the use of two and a half, clerk and bailiff for their We .iu's t'>..th nt m.lII.' hats .11\. I, acres tu ?ruv.. Kktj house mod ImproremenUlrt :: ever. itte11Lii +
: tin's Pal:Btli CillunpJ admirationof bottles cured. They say s'ishmc it all and ordered iiioji'- 11*. $ \--: Itberl I Title perfect. I offer ihw place' at aarouha.piaaI.
was completely
both the t
and ahe W&8 cot,,- entire audience: won now having completed our labirs desire Iciti"Ii. horse, aiui NOTHING RUT
Iy cured by I 1ti New bis'-overy is worth Its has given the best ofli"lj! I have wagon farming
or to her to veriry uBe this'Ve IJta\.ell1ent re'eranv: his hea '", Hnd this admiration was weight Dr. King's in i"ld, yet you may get a trial to b tlshar elJ D. B. KNIGHT warranted every h"tt.I!" ':111.1 IIHV-J liCit badonetocOmob4k. il..tI 7>-Ma.f.t.sy.nih.T5U'tJ"r Foe furtmer information Iaiiolnou Wm.l'ori&t -4aJ-TRU

LO .ot bottles for sale by all fully reclproc'"ted by the good doctor. bottle free at Starke Drug Company'sdrug Attest. Foreman. ." .s' c'UII xod $1 l>ot- A. H. TULLIS.a In. .
d. 4r. medicln ) J. O. BONNELL. store. a A.1 WILLIAMS. Clerk.V : ties for sale by all medicine dealers. Stark, IT*. D.M.FERRY A CO., t.BBJADFORD ""-






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J EVE'S VIEWS ON DRESS REFORI;

LAND OF FLOWERS and hat. Te young lady'did not Hon. G. T. Davis ha shipped over HUNTING -HONEY BEES. GLASS IN OLD A NOISE WITH. '

scream, but she once hurried to the eighty crt of English peas from one She Th'e.'t Take Very Kindly .nCb.tataaqaa -

-- room of her mother and informed her acre of and he has ordered box TK WonderfuiWOrk of Garment. ; ,

LATEST NEWS FROM Gun AI'C' tX- that a man was of those of Thb.. '
attempting burglarize ing for fifty more crates-none U blower
+ TO THEIR NESTS AND INVENTIONS OF PEACE I said the %
- CHANGES CONDENSED. the house. The mother got a pistol, shippe have netted less than$1.70 percrat. TACKED The glassblowers of Thebes EARLY -Send F. S. tome., mtn&; \

iad slipping up to the window as OF THEIR STORE groat proficients In their art aa DISTURBERS. I editor. -:{ I
him.
Brave a any soldier who had faced John D. son of Elder R. J. greater than. we are after the I sto before the 't
Bradley, with Eve on
Items of Interest from all of Florida the an w "
Par cnnon's mouth, stood waiting for had centuries of Inter
Bradley, of St. Thouias, the misfortune How Done In the Forp, of the nearly forty pro reform question. *
.. Presented i Readable Shape, t tome demonstration on the part of the to get his foot badly bruised, 1 retrogression. They ps of Ihf Kuttle How Savage "Hut pir"Nobuts"said-" "
burglar. While she was standing in South-Catting Down A Tro and las9 and
killed staining ,
Matters of and narrowly escaped being ;: Half Civilized People C.ntr..e the editor. "get thefetervlew. .*- *.i
Suit the Header-
Ready an attitude of expectancy the burglar while the Bmoklng Oat the Inect-It commodity in the utmost
coupling cars on Orange .{alt ." :I ,
Little and Interest to You. walked into the room with hat and Belt railroad celllni gives an illustration of a Great SohSne arlol an "z
Important Rare By of a Theosophical
means
f'elty. trac.
; coat did not evince any desire IportThere stained glass of considerable of the Drum In China shade ofMadame 3.
.., John Stanley die at Daytona on to rob the house. On the other hand I Property iu and near-Dade City is a la much bee hunting all over this sign and beauty of clor, In through the Influence of I the had known ,- ., ,

March 14, in 7d year, of heart "he" proved be one of the young good i investment. About eighteen country wherever woods abound. but color Is struck through the generally known that the first Blavatatcy.stood. whom before the first :
t I
disease. ladies of the who was having i months ago ye editor purchased five among the backwoodsmen In the great structure and there are human being does on coming Int In thp tto-sh. -
I fIrst tlmo In my experience -
hOl For the
tome fun at of the other acres of laud just outside the corpora pine forests of the South It Is a favorlto design being equally struck Is to make a noise. and i mothlr. .
hotels have not been able to expense Interviewer. I felt very
Orlando tion at 50) Some Quito as an
acre. entire race.
of the
of the house. per thought retrt'aton. These men who live chieflyby pieces of glas1 half an Inch true
occupant
address
all who tins I felt that to the
Ammoat applied the price high, but a few days ago hunting and are not given to sustained fectly Incorporated with the records we have of the dwelling embarrassed.

wek Ormond Gazette. Bro. Gill sold three acres adjoiningours exertion In any other direction whether and appearing the same on on the earth contains evi- lady as Eve would seem vulgarly. Mrs.familiar

There was never before such a rush The Ormoud has broken the record at SI(JO) per acre. Glad. we bought I pursuit of deer or wild turkeys, or, In. \erbo and the reverse side. I his Innate propensity to make a on very short acquaintance.like the right Adam thing.
sound quite
of tourists to the Halifax country as this week with 341- gues te. when we did. 4ee of any kind of ame. are always on The priests of Ftah at some kind and it U only t noise com did I rushed not boldly on to my fate and

has been this season. Jasper ,Xcws: for boo trees, and nothing but great glassmakcrs, and,says : recent times that cm1.
An interesting visit to the Gazette actual eight of the quarry in immedUte ity, "not only hal factories for Is In any way entitled to b promised." '-

I N. C. MoUe-ha bought the Dean once was made lately by G. W. Cheney We understand that e\erl new quest will deter them from following a glass, but profiting by their a music. 3latlame.! raid I, "the Se\'s views would b '
for on '
grove just outside the corporate limitsof of Cheney Bros., the famous silk dwelu6"will he erected in Jasper at bee discovered on the wing.In tho property of oxides of )' to make a noise of some infinitely" obliged your r.
Orlando. There ate. South Carolina thero lives one of i Itself in all passes of nerv reform. i
are twenty acres manufacturer of South Manchester, eary they got from India, of she replied with a
"I have
in the grove and the considerationwas Conn. He brought with him samplesof Our town is building up on al sides, these men namad Ifoge, who I te a very old out colors, conc'lve the project : -shouting: In battle and, Incan; the ant Garden none.of B!"*n smile. "In my 1111 :2.

,0. their manufactures in silk velvet the sound of the hammer heard man now. The! writer was 1m a ting with ting ail the precious stones : Intonation then 'was no iccaMon for earth ,
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$ In ly days <
Also early anlilate. Hoge one day many }'ear ago, wh.'f he merce brought them from that religious ceremony, wailing '
plushes
Dan Smith colored stevedore had et. specimens As* Midamo iflavatcky.
a bilk from and suddenly without a word of explanation: They were favored by nature, observances and a general vows "
'one of his legs broken at Fernandina one result of his, visit Japan the Itl8 'Yok on the new law ali printing clapped spurs to his house and shot off In having at hand an and shouting at wedding festiv maca -I'). I urged,.wMng that the "'

Thursday, while stowing lumber in Gazete offices of Small fc Small, is progressingKatisfactnriyand through the forest at a breakneck! pace. sand and kali; unlie various kinds of noises seem to title occasioned no rlDar;, "consider the
now the American ofAwerican pure
fly .
the hold of the schooner 'Viill lag will soon add another The best thing to do In the circumstances rived Its good quality as well each to its own peculiar occa exigencies of CUmntp The mnlpr New '

Smith, at Buck! & Son's dock. bilk. Prior t :>4, the at- to Jasper's maay Iusitws.I IOUSCS. was to await hIs return to the spot he substances as from the further )'Cl the desire for confusion is so 'York lady cut scarcely withstand. the 7'
to establish silk in the
tempts weaving if : costume
wr consistedofshall
started for the foi cst to him the time and place have rigors of .;
from was the
The town council has in It its preparation they sme "
"SnaP1 r" Garrison, the world renowned United Suites ended in failure; but passed an tlat wailing I say a smile?
who $16KX( ) a sea- with this has order, ordering lamps to be very reverse of a trackless wld, rns". Ho ashes of a peculiar genus of sadly mixed. The H "
said
jockey, gets protection industry streut be ex "As I understand the first
back hardly
never got lost In it. When came in abundance the Lake mourner can
bon for riding for four months up grown t fair proportions, giving even bought and placed positol. Our something more than half an hour lator, grew and the Bed by They resemble the manifestation of woman of the: world (.alml', "It Is not a

north, and the famous jockey, Joo greater promise for the luture. An citizens. will certainly appreciate a little he explained that ho had gone off in pur- and Sa. truly mourn. question of warmth I have
Vendeck in Jacksonville. uncle of the Gazette's visitor Charles more light, should thank our thysts precious heard that have goats In
are aut suit of a beo that had loaded up with Louey wonderful dexterity and hallelujah" religious rejoicing Is you Harlem
At St. Augustine'the hospital fund Cheney, many )'er ago, in Ohio, Ww worthy city for their thoughtful and was bound for its tree. of staining glass, they; bsides adaptation of the shout of war When Adam and! myself moved fromEden '

engaged conjointly with the hess. In the autumn the pine forests are carpeted Greeks. The Greeks going I adapted myself to changed conditions
was swelled to the extent of $1KH( ) eitr'sgaUlfathe aware of the use of the of the
in the attempt to with thousand wild flowers of shields with the by substituting a costume of skins for the
Times a their
: smote
donation ting It and engraving it.
\by a private AItwld Ja"o1. "
L.' Thursday evening who culture iu that section withsuccess various hues. but gold and purple are the British Museum there Is a When the Hebrews were about to lighter one of fig leaves and. she continued -
H. M.
from Mrs. Flagler
of The recent rains have caused much with spice of coquetry, "I have
the production an shades. The flowers furnish Into
predominant the they sent a trumpeter
of
s W
made check for that amount to the quisitely-stained glass
association.a excellent grade of raw silk was concerned garden work to be done. rich reeding for the bees,wliich arc consequently Thothmos (circa 1,500 B. CJ) to r crui At the Island of never heard that I did not look w(1 In it.

; a silver medal being given by Priest's saw mill has been runing to very: abundant. They build their engraved Il.that monarch's the crier goes down t Your Chautauqua reformers doubtlessmean
.
Mrs.-George R Holt,of New Hampshire the legislature of Ohio to the latter for its fullest capacity this week. nest In hollows of the lofty pines seldom ment by tho hand of a master. when the steamer comes In well by their foolish sisters, whom. Ian .
the first of home manufacture.It forty fifty feet from the watch blows a encase themselves In an arnur ot
visiting at Orange City, was sample new phosphate ( )' or The priests v,ere to the people news, and the
Another company whalebone In order to
seriously injured Tuesday by a horse was found, hower, impossible to organized, and. will begin at ground. When the bo has filled itself up Egypt pretty much what the church tower whenever a sail and acquire

attached to a buggy, in which she was cwpet with the cheap labor of once to put in their machinery. with honey, it off for its nest a Roger Bacon were to the sight. Even nature sometimes an unnaturlihap But. unfortunately beautiful. ,
Japan and Italy and the straight as it can go: hence tho common the artificial noise-earthquakes usually If
and throwingher b ages-they were great an
running
riding, away Residences ali business houses are saying a bee line. If you can follow it at make the church you could get ft few pretty leaders of custom -
concussion of the enterprise was abandoned. In our estimation exemplars of the learning of known to
out, causing in demand here don't fashion It Is called to
iiow.VIty as dress
any time you aro sure to find the tree in or
the time yet come-when and held tha keys of all the .
brain. wi some capitalist erect a number of which its swarm has Its store of honey. to musical naturally, womankind would follow like a
it will be the basis profitable home known. But they differed from more particularly
At a business meeting of the mem industries, especilly in the south. each? It would be : paying invest But it is not such an easy matter to follow In this that whereas the latter though the earliest forms flock of son Aliei's" s-heep. I am very l*>autlful -

1t1 of the First Baptist church of len t.The. It through a forest for several reasons. their knowledge only to a few, such only through courtesy, myself, she added, naively "and

held Wednesday night, Key West 'Advertiser. Central Phosphate Co.,are making The chief of these are his rapli Hlght and taught it broadcast and let caled the first assays In that direc would l>o glad to help even tho Boston

PtnHlal*. Pugh announced his acceptance rapid preparations t: begin min the difficulty of keeping such a small ob benefit by it. How. they nothing musical about them women to reform" butunfortunatelyI. am
A of the
of the cull to the pastorate mass meeting depositorsand ing. They have a very fine deposit ject In view In a forest where there ar art Is matter concerning id of the means of Intonation an nngi I now.
tendered creditors of the defunct Bank of and will in best violent contrasts of light and shade, and 0 of sound. "IIa.3 your husband any views on the
of the church, which was put machinery thatcn can gathered, probably of uniform recurrence
Key West was held at San Carlos Hallon where trunks and branches of trees are b of the question of how indies should dies*?"
him last weelj. He comes from Mississippi. be had. covery went too far baok In the the first form was that
Friday evening last, at which likely to intervene at frequent Intervals.Consequently monotln- "Adam iiii 10 views. Poops!** with! views
themselves has nothing but a
history. They
abut M persons were present, includ- A fire broke out in the Chinese Hesturant success Is by no means certain the great good Ftah, whose whch sound, and no uniform did not ciiiiiw in until jifler our iimi\ hap

J. F. Beale, solicitor of patents, reports MJue of our leading citizens. Mr. Magnolia street early Friday even when the conditions aro favor- they were and who invented the of that.ltss It makes a noise and pily. it'pit! :! I'.v.*. luti'Uiigly. "Hut: mytiijbl
the issued to \V. C. Maloney was chosen chairmanand but Protection No I was u'i"t> opiui'iiis are mint. You
following patents ing.When had taught them the art; but the confusion and hilarity of the may
residents of Florida for the week endIng Mr. Win. Moiisalvatge secretary. there in a jiffy and in a few moments you have your tree the real sportof tradition and in conformity A dried squash or gourd with ie:'.oi>iM'r Lit he followed my le.td In J

March 15: Fred W. Buck, May- A resolution was proposed requiringthe everything was cool as a Cucu"Uler.The the pursuit, the robbing of tho tree, 1 men have of ascribing simple answers every purpose. rat tf: i it i littl" iiiTa.r of tho apple, and ho has

port, valve for engines; Marritt Burt secretary t draw up a petition to Hwkxi'tUe Mar: often delayed for days and somctme the direct meditation i of the from Sitka.Alaska. and are used i>::tmi,'t! imioso since."S .

and J. W. Skilton, Jacksonville tank be presented Judge Mitchell asking The weeks. The next step is to up bere's Journal. natives in their religious dances. ;>.M irigof fruit." Jit-Ul! the lady vi-
is about
feeder; Jose C. Fernandez, Key West him to iutrucUcelver Branch to paya orange shipping season party. This usually numbers four or five, totems well Instruments v.ai-ti.ly. "Ma..ur B.uvatsky lelU me

# cigar measure. dividend at once outof the assets al over. and Includes at lea"t two good axemen, reference a to the a ceremony In I hat i ii"New Jer.-y i wi crop ha- been

has been ready collected, publish a full list in The vegetable growers all report for the tree, In Dine cases out of ten a Sheridan and HI. are used. !:t>u uily! tiru.* uri'I plentiful this year. I
A famous sulphur spring t their.crols large one, must Invariably folltHl and good stories of ., !. i' hat it U I always
wooded pinelands the Key Wet newspapers of the names as looking 1nelynot being b To Gnerl the most extraordinary rattles in g i : -ar >M ara
found
on some richly It is of the debtors and creditors with the damaged any be the : tho labor Involved, as anybody: who: has told tho other were the skulls of Peruvian '. r. -ei .n Ii tilt. a.1. ubsist* t exclusive

in Lafayette county. ami Mid amounts due and payable and hereafter J. A. Hampton bus been tried I will testify Is by no mean sllght. gentleman an intimate friend of killed by the Javan Indians while !> .' i ti lor t ..' lust few months of my
appointed .
rival Suwannee -
t Springs, people The party sets out with a cart ladenlth norher soldier in his lifetime. '.. A iuth! M svero l.appy days in
to declare and a dividend as commissioner of Citrus their country. Some years
bathe in
for miles around come to pay county
axes and vessels to hold the honey usual- on the commander of i. <">."
it and drink its health-giving waters. every ninety days. county Governor Fleming iii I place were found by a party explor .
about In the afternoon. the Union at his office In .
early
ly noon or II.> ws > fiitiiirT roiiini's'nt. Just
.. .
of J.
J. l.
Pyles same region.
The lands is own by Gustave Eck- 1 wassuuedai> me meetng unit me resigned.> WhIle the axemen aro cutting at tho tree, found thehero of Winchester at worthy note that tv a i
steIn & Co., general opinion prevailed that the receiver There has been a large number of other members of the party busy them- his feet encased in slippers, and curious .and mechan- {. ..ii, li.l! ;iar <'a. his coiuiienancoi

has about $SOO,
The aggregate phosphate shipments belonging to the cr and if such go away well pleased with lirooksvilleand knots and In gathering 0 supply of While the Ionlral1 sufficient to accomplish M v > :: i'fm." -mi.I\ ->fitgraciously..
go adhere to
ditr
this month will be the largest ever is the case it ought distributedat Hernaudol'ount)'. green grass or pIne leaves.As I sorbed In enme the st1 so long instrumenta-primi- h'- s s..,. .!:' i::..u ..-. -I. S. in N. Y.
: from Fernandina. Already a rule there Is only one hole by which gentleman, who thought ant Inadequate .
mae ouce and not left on deposit in any -
The work stick
carpenter the Pounding with wrapped
on a
have cleared and the vessels new .
tons bank either in this city or iu Tampa the bees make their way\o und from the had left tho waiiior's shoes In ---- -- -- -
Methodist church is of wood gives hardly more of
now loading will take Hmo, ( ) tons, without benefit the creditors. progressing finely, cavity within the tree, and thin tlsrt thingto place, took hi.! < ano and gently
and brick work will than a rattle, but If the
I vhich will give a total of 13,700 tons t the lOUlelcl'hortl do after the tree has tallou is to stop the shoes on the floor. wo
for the March fbhmeuL' and theprobabilities There were 410 votes cast at the ). The Methodist people wi this up. That Is a wise precaution for The next day the Mexican hollow having an opening :.m- .- K t"iv-i .ii.S 1.1 i is art told oti
.
have tine i is at least secured certain .- i: isi. ;;,i.-- I'lTiwd from their
; are that even these election t bond the city on Tuesday certainly a building otherwise bees aro apt to make it difficult called again on Sheridan and 0
.
is of resonance, together with a 'ii i--S ;: ;::,.: |>>iy.sViiis in this city
1 tlb're will l>e Increased. last and only 13 oftheni were"against"this completed. for the hunters to get tho honey. his desk, shoes on top, a .. ..
of strokes and :; >iit i.f the
succession -i 'vr ; : ; -i ;i i.> i
I I II shows the good sense of our peo A VIAU";. When. therefore, the tree Is about to fall polite resident of tho tropics -Inter .
The Indian River Gun Club has ,
;
:1 t -i ivr. At M-.t twenty are
I been organized at Eau Gallie, and the ple. The City Hal a it stands is only Another large crop of oranges is one of the party who has had some experience more removing; the shoes to naturally follows In the :,:*I;,.- : v t i&-<>t> .> mi: itt ti''s >irttsiH toagi.ftJ. :
an elephant ( hands we shall In that particular direction takes a when all at once, Sheridan
following officers elected for the ensuing looked for the coming year, as the of development. : t 1.- ti-.ni C-.1-ni>ut.. $&. In point
p( : President i JohnAspiuwall; have to pay for it anyhow and mightas season has so far opened out very favor- handful of r/"S or some other loose and Dn't you do that aain. Instrument has some tone. It Is ,...-i. t 1 1.-> ii'i ]>,tit.ii'i, tat then* are ,'
year well do it gracefully as not. We compressible material, and stands by to mo ridiculous, sir! :
McMillan able. The blizzard in the north < of concussion but t, t ." !1.'i 3)
vice P. A. secretary that a more ti 'I 4'ii III.IM nxiu.-i) year, nor
president understand the plug hole as soon the tree Is upon "I beg your pardon, general;
willing ,
p r: and treasury, J. H. Smith; l hoard to the cuntractr are of the has been raging for the past two the to lund. Ho must n quick about it, have I made you ridiculous?" a resonance in some measure -: :z1: (t..h.! ? wh.' rum; '! to $: ),O4)0.<>
J. accept payment will no doubt the iiortuern fruit b the finer This !: .' i'-it.--1.Ilk"! 1> Thono.s Addlaiil
of A. Capt. 1' i f. :
Hodgson, atl't 1'I
manager Tt work and will at once withdraw the for tho bees are mado very angry by the Why,sir, said Sheridan,still ; Instruments '
11. Smith F. A. Houston examining crop, and Hu poor commission to the ear In addition to --;:: ; l li. I-. S. lifiim-j. tire rich by
; of tho fall and pro
sir I
out
"yesterday, wont
suit the The of shock tro's
against city. city men will have to invent another wlco1out t .. > l l.
T. Nicholson G. U. Such excuse the nervous sensation resulting : or : rti>rri.ir4 apart from
In force without delay with
stings called I
cmmitt course will have to pay the costs of for low for Florida you hal on me. was ti, ., c.f.
!t't
i suit. the prices fruits. ready for business. When tho dole has \ House, when I a f.thmll succession of blow .i-.i I' JL Miuvy. as the ;

With this issue of the STAK thevreseuit been plugged there Is a buzzing in the looking at mo notc. he war drum or kore Is simply -I ,_ ; ..tti op.tiiU: :. t'Ul'f'! a large

The British steamship, Craigland, Manatee River Journal: management t ceases. Messrs. hollow of the flee for all the worldllke the me, saying: 'Excuse me ," Intended to arouse the mar- ,r4.,; u. A -iii hi' *>?;, ili'r.ibly enlarged
which arrived at Fernaudiua of men by Jarring their nerves I"L ''?!at(x -q> *.'u.: itlon. partlcut' -
Tuesday The frame of Mrs. Cole's new IIOU.MJ U. F. Kirk and K. IX Kirk hapur- Indistinct roar of n distant Infuriated arln't you afraid of catching
the Inlands brought t concussion of tho breast. It .' infr"j'.- Ml! vaSim! of his
1 from Canary is looming up Willemseuburg, and chae1 the entire outfit and will continue mob. Why. BIT, no, not that I know n y
of the crew of the brig Marino, in war, but used to give the I ,' ir'H.{ .. a i..rgo portion ofMI
part the new church at Palmetto already the publication at this place. Having 8uc'lssfuly Imprisoned the the matter, sir? Veli: said ..,..
wrecked war In the city where It is kept !,: fr t-ottago and villa
recently during a voyage presents a fine LeRoy News.Landlord pugnacious ltto honey gatherers in their mal. it's very damp, and you
p from Isew York with coal for Rio de Mr. J. aJperal Fuller of own house some of tho blazing brands about In your slippers I* I tell this kind extant at Atuntoqui. -. t.v S.v. Ltq ).\vt rc'' pat'onts whom ho
I Janerio. The party brought t to Fer- !. Hamiton Gil'spic, ex-presi Hote LeRoy, is are brought from the already mado said addressing his there used) to arouse the people .-!t to icf* la 'u1'tuiat i&'ti.t. where
dent of 11. Co. informs negotiating for trees which fro SherJan. .
to .
\ nandina consisted of the mate and 1. and placed against tho beneath the "you me rldlc came to conquer the P: y t-r.nl.l; I.r"-.? M'- ,tlr' Dr. W.L.of" -

i five seamen of the ill-fated brig, the us English millionaire, set his grove. hole, more fuel Is put on, and when a my habit sir,to put my shoes on for the Inca Empire. This town i'i 'k. v f.tv. ito "Xtr.i\finance Is 1mi -

r remainder of the crew being carried to who is largely interested in the South, Baron Pferiughauson has sold his Cheery blaze lias, been started it Is where I C'l not fail to see them. plain. 15.000 feet above the sea, -ptn ; firrh; ge horses, has -j

Port Royal by the" steamship Lock- has purchase a controlling interest plal"south of the depot to Mrs. EhizaLowry smothered with a covering of green stuffpreviously not forget to put them on, and fought hU victorious battle. .r'wl i irl: -i'll'-llv front te professm4)ni
in the ., & L. 11. and kln drum as is, has %t' tili: :;i vvrv ft\v vvtiK. I>-T'lcobl.. wl
lost the H wi to make dense
wood. There was no lives by of Bradford, Canada. gathered, a It, sir, rOll COle around here fmnl i ,
wreck. it through t Boca smoke. The smoke stupifios tho bees and notions of propriety, and send musical tore'owing to the solidity ) '_- Mf-. iv-: .> t-* a d ui ; ii'r of tit late .
While
once.Jacque's. many sections are already I*. rurtiiMii. ti! iLitc.4-! n't I i herself
other render thorn comparatively harmless. town In my slippers,sir!"- construction cut out of single [ avery
The new officers of the grand lodgeof creek has the best bridge bothered gnats and mosquitoes When a good smoke has been i alsod. the a narrow core funning through iti-.JiiiguUhiil I pli" Jla J ii; Drs. Jane-
Florida. Independent Order of Odd the citizens of LeKoy have not axemen aro again called into request to v.tv. I -oiiit-4. 1'ry.int, C.iUvtt and perhaps
in the On and
Fellows, are: Elective officers county. of last Friday week Messrs.a partof seen and do not comtemplate. seeingone tho trunk open In sections, so to A 1'01 Story. now to an instrument of great a h-itr dZIM more run i.j> to a$;l.0oo( prac-

Grand master, Eugene O. Locke, Key Saturday this year. Our peculiar: location give spit access to the honey.. Before a the An island off the Irish ooast and almost romantic Interest It lie... or i". Imps a little more. To offset '
Martin Frank with of
West; deputy grand master, W. H. & ten teams upou, high, dry laud renders us entirely hollow Is cut Into, however the plug ited by large numbr of a the T-'e-ch'lng or tr: 's<' t .'riaio huiidre-is wl .> are happy

t Cyrus, Palatka; grand wardel :E. 11. mules fifteen in the men line, threw of up anembankment I free from these jests as well f.oU generally taken out of the orifice so as 1 could L roachet tide as the sonorous stones; wifi, fiomSUOMo $3HK( >, tim,
t Van .Demau, Jacksonville; grand Mnttl- malaria. let In the smoke, and If that is success the being only a said to be peculiar to China and diok w 10 have hanl .scratching to make

secretary, W. McIntosh, Jr., Tallahassee avenue from one bank to &m Muteu Item. fully done the bees arc not likely to deep. Quo morning some highly esteemed surround, their i. aol :-ind w.ihing..
leaving an opening of fifteen feet and b out in their boat quite early. It with legend and
: grand treasurer, It. A. Magiunes, 'The Presbytery of East Florida- troublesome when tho comb is religious super
dirt road twelve feet in expso. 4A
giving a tide, and on landing saw a dead The instrument Is constructed of
Tallahassee) : representative N. Sometimes, the smoke
,
grand meet at Crescent City thou/b. Genii;, ,* \Vi '
width and nearly two hundred feet in 10rthern-wil tho Tho i ii u-Hater.
on to an Indefinite number of
I C. Pettit, Waldo. Appointive officers go In. and thln tho first section of bach anima
length across the creek. It is esti : 'th.ll8' Is been ( men which have of mar On a onvs ttreot running south from
I. Marshal, John H. Caro, Pensacola; the trunk split off the bees coma out In theappl'Ranc
conductor, E. T. Bhugart, DeFuniak; mate that a new bridge would have Brown and Carson, nurserymen a perfect cloud and settle down on the ing that his skin was worth a species of agate Into the the lta- .* Lii: < road. tt short distance beyond

I.'. guardian, John Mooney Tampa; ''O, while Messrs. Martin & are selling a great number of frt hunter they come in contact pitched him into the boat : of which iron Is supposed to W. S. t.a-i.i's farm, is n house which -

p herald, J. W. Siueath, Sanl2ord.A Frank's bill is but $70. fruit trees in this section. They will swarm over his their bait they: returned t the n some extent is not a Trappi-t monastery,but Inside of I

has visited the town : head, face neck, shoulders, and hands and tho man who had possess& Important of these Instru- wfiich, nevertheless it is said no woman
again of have
of the Disciples of Death Nearly) mIIHllllxes rangcs of the fox seized him by tho tail has been allowe-1
cnVt'nUol and of the sweetest been out of San Mateo! by the forming a complete living, crawling, tho klen-king, confuting of six ever to set foot. The
,' with the object of organizing another shipped and intensely irritating envelope. Hemust him on shoio. In the shape of a proprietor Is a stout solid-Ioo'ilng man.
Christi and best has world of trials railroad to the end of the oarpnters
an cCopenttol in the state of and troubles for the Great Beyond.Died week. up present b a man of uncommon eolf- As soon as the animal struck suspended at the an cord proi-ably about forty years of age. who

Florida, wat Ocot-e, Orange control remain immovable in such circumstances he picked hmsel up with c of eight ono above the lives alerts. The house Is a neat structure

county, on March 11, 12 and 13. The short, illness.last Monday Miss Julia evening Stuart., after A girl a W. E. Stanton has, during the past for many minutes. And yet agility for S fox and shol decorated frame. q.ilto fancifully painted, and every :

:J"; meetings were held in the beautifulMemorial into womanhood iu whosesveet three car loads of his only salvation Is to keep as still as a flash up ar ng tho cliffs. Thj .king is a very ancient Instru thing around it Is In good order, but
I church built by Mrs. W. T. budding w'l'kIII Bros. Jacksonville oranges statue, for should he squeeze 01.of the cluded tht ho had crossed <<7 the Chinese records show to it has a lonely deserted look wIthaL

Withers IA) the memory of her luter face fuJ of sunshine, was refit'ctc'.t two to J. H. Seward, Co of, ant Insect between his neck and shirt collar Island dun)..,r tho night,when 1 very expensive and highly It is not known what the occu
full of while ,
husband. The officers appointed) for a tll light, a timore.Messrs. mil example,he would inevitably bo stung low, in SO ii of rabbit and a long ago a 2 200 B.O., and In pant's grudgo agiiust womankind Is,

i the current year are W. H PeUletol, beautiful disposition, a loving nature and If one Lo stings when they areswarmIng the morn II that hewa cut .;t the outbuilding of tho temple of but Is. evidently a deep-seated one .
executive and a kind heart, won her the true Koach & in that mainland ,. unterfelted deatc, there as it Is that
president; bCartl, 1. HOI are running on you way then every are ten sonorous stones said reported the property has
f Shacklefor chairman; J. W. l- respect of every one. In the Sunday- their mill to its full capacity, and have Individual In the family is likely to sting expectatio )f thereby prou been cut 3,000 years ago. It is said been willed to a man on the condition'-

) H., )1. Him; C. H. school we knew her best. Beneathher not 'et shipped a foot of lumberwhich also. To attempt to brush them off Is sage to th lore In 0 boat,an I' cutting stones was lost for many that ho never allows a woman to come & -

l1lhoU t** landing secretary touch the Ol'L has given us many goes tO prove that Lelloy's growth is certain to provoke thorn to sting, and the which was :r Hy roalized.-Na I 32 B. C., when u set was found the place and in case ho does It Is to es

tlureQ' dV'\ I). M. Breaker, of its I W l" I ( i e[ and a flood steady.At consequences in such an event are really Tribune. where It had len thrown In th- cheat to the State. The neighbors look
of memories of her will ,e brought to very serious.Vhtho thus destruction of There askance at the place by and
state evangel** the sale of the famous Losier ewarmel upon 2 n l b as they go
IJ' i our minds at each repetition of that which took at the the writer !has boon compelled remain \ w Peanut Gror. to b ono Confuciai whisper with bated breath: "That la a

Saturday I niu dondo, Alachua old refrain Wt have heard from her grove House, Wednesday place plot Putnam. Immovable for at least a quarter of a hourIn .DId yuu ever see peanuts ant Imperial place of worship house In which a woman has never set

county, Sam L..art& while handling lips so often: "Go be with you till real agonof irritation from tho crawling asked a well.known produce Star.A ." It is sate to but that, notwithstanding s-:
bid in by Mr. O. A. Miner of Boston
a gun, accidently shot his wife in thefate we meet \gajflPI4ast of the insocta. day. .W eV, down In Georgia the will, it will not bj long after the ..1Th
Mass. for $ () No. 2 tangerine
plot ( -
the gun being loaded l with small lIJllj; the Two or three bushels of loaded comb
Saturday evening as Mr. Henry for $ ) and are them grow and they do say Moth present owner has vacated! t..e premise
shot. The wound is not fatal, though Willis, of Palmetto was crossing theriver grt'erwah) sometimes taken from one of these trees, listen rlgt hard you can also Elttrmlnator. till women folks are running the roost .
plot o. wa wittrwn by Mr. and the honey Is of superior salt is the best exterminator.
painful.
quite always there. Portland
do
1 over to Braideutown in a small grow. you know, they Oregonian.
Losier. Unt In
of
It also has in tho fall of the one the hospital convent'
,- boat not being an experienced sailor qualty. biggest of goobers down In
It is estimated that there are over ,
the the a peculiar flavor it everything else without "
: At morning services at Presbyterian year imparted to by The su S
;7 $30,000* ) withheld from the banks as his boat was cpsize catching him church last Sunday ', the forest flowers, which ron'lers It much IlnoIs. Egyptians have their experience la valuable Market for I>ng .

,: ': ; deposits in Key West, and tl bonds under him after the freeing himself drowning from the were l>present live brothers of the there more p.ilatublo than tho honey of the domestic 'goober pease.peanut: ,It though.has been They so much clothing of the bi. "I sell about be
'J' for the city bal just \'oul l'oUJ ; the of whose boo.-N. Y. Times. there, and strangers when dyln '
: at sail he clung to the upturned boat With ley family sum ages is to buy goobers In the field, and thero well-known dog nvm who makes Broad- *
rdiyabHrW difficulty called for help. Fortunatly about : u 'ear. Thu eldest brother up three or four vines you can quantities of clothing way. between the Fifth Avenue and H ff- A A, I'
'c ... Cant. J. E. Lucas, of Palatka, has Miss and Lou and of the family and two sisters > Sex In Diamond. the entire yield of the patch l had> a room ful of feathers, man, his field of operations. "Sometime .,-

; all the plans and specifications and ,Mattie Mary Bleusoe were'homt by still living elsewhere. The united "Here," continued: the jeweler, "Is an- The fine fibres of the roots are sent there pillow making I don't sell ono for days,then five or six or

I. will at once begin work on a new in a sail boat managed by passing a colored ages of the eight living members of other curiosity." Ho picked up a three with the peanuts Just a the wero In despair, as they couU a doz-n rig.it along. There is alwayS 5..t
,
; steamer for the Ocklawaha river. This boy, from a visit to Ellentou. heard that family amount to about .un)years. carat whito stone with the tweezers. "It of tho potato vines are fled to the moths unti they pretty fair market here for thorough-
p-- "I boat will unlike that of any is a specimen that will prove to you that potatos. I have met try common sal. They bred*. 1 ki-ep no otlvr kind. JtPab&l.ugs tf
other and the
b the cries for help, discovering Spencer Leonard left for his home around, and in
.' now in and will lie an improvement there is a difference of sex in tho gema. who supposed that peanuts i a wfek or tel ant l King; Charles are the favorite.- .
on U the old style. She will contain struggling man, quickly had the courseof in Briilgewater. Mass., on 'Vedncsday. This is \\hat is called tho f"falo multIplying and others who thought gew W(1 altogether rid of the but the/ mire too high priced forpuop'o m *
their boat and uuder
three four weeks he
changed a For or past They are never troubled
ample accommodations and be dlaron.1" a largo bush. In fact, there Is now- to reach. Bull terriers and hunting
full sail went to his assistance but Herald.
his Mrs.
been daughter
has visiting
He h l
in time for next season's husi- gem under a strong magnifying amount of i Ignorrnco extant dog-* always ull. The principal CUI'D
ready seeing that their boat would not stop M. L. Howurl A year ago last summer glass and pointed to fQur or five little nut." St. Louis Republic. tomi8 are sports and actresses. VfoaM
in time, under the breeze that was north to be at -
ness.The stir present smaller diamonds clustered about one of 'htn Woman will Uelgn. are great on dogs. In nlno eases oat ;
;' ;. Peruvian Phosphate Company' blowing, they cle t him to catch the golden wedding of father and the facets at the edge of the table of the "th>r suits all here below. ten when a man buys a dog it Is ogiT5

!"'p 0 of Tampa is erecting a large new on to the boat a passed him, whichhe mother. He feels that in all probability stone. "The male gem," the jeweler said Important New. alrnhips are 1 real "n. toA woman. Actret-ses love dog ,.

u : dump room, 60x24 feet and 15 feet did, and was finally lifted into the he shnl never \i"it Florida again. "is sharp pInted. and never gathers these The scene is the editorial couverno with Vina' (in Mars Bend your soubrette Out of these YOt1tt

,'.:' : high. Thin will have a storage capacity boat by his fair rescuers In and almost He is 7 years of age but looks ten embryo gem. is u flue specimen Gu'chtown! Arizona, Spread. are" uro .-\emi to stai,. nina. and you'vu got her doilTho to

2!1 .'. : of 1IUl( tons of dried phosphate. exhausted condition. The young ladies years younger tLau that. We hopeto alongside that pink stono. I surprises Nous Editor: A citizen who I !! trusts are not 1 snap. 'other fellow is flO'.\here. You S
The company's former storage capacity deserve credit for the nerve displayed most people who seek prominent died to-day. Shall hl'tlrlv".ot
.. \, great see him here again, antlon' than tl08 Spt'cluens to life? I frevxo lutll pap here u few minutes and see the wIsU.
/ was 200 tons. >The shipment of phosphate in the assistance rendered the once iu the winters to be told that they are sex a fro8 nr\llc.'h'r eyes the cast at thesebeautiw
women
In
r -\1, in large quantities made the enlargement young man. Miss Thomas is from well a color, but such is the fact."-Clnslnnatl Managing Editor: Heavens. I I Iwn i.instn.j,never turn; Letter IS 'i'
you'll N. Y.
.., k of their plant a necessity. Madison Willemsen, Fla., and has Miss charge Bledsoe of the is depot These corner are -rather the business busy days center at the of Enquirer. prominent possibly? havo had a citizen \108"let thinm\omn hl'Ion.vrenr the then PtI'ltlh"r perchanee: burg Dtspath.In understand.. -

Academy;
Hot
a
of the .aniiiUMte.
4 .. of C.HSmnItb trade of ttQ' boar from Drel, Teuu., and is visiting our town. Work on the passenger In the old slave days there Hltro-Glyeertm .m .. Dltpath an Vncipctied P.kIa'
% 44 ; .aksnvle'luu f ive depot is going forward and nearing was a
family of Mr. W. M. o Million Fet.
Dollar In Bed
lees
.4 re': frm Malory'8 completion. Carlords of lumber, master who owned a black "Do you know sid a Coin Flr&t Cowboy-Say. Is ,

',' .7 office In St. Augustine to et't Rowlett at Palmtt t shingles, lath, etc., are being Pomp. Pomp was a local exhorter name e physician yesterday, that proposes to erect a Moor Terror around Poker Gulch yetr
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brick pute and his master loved medicine called at the Woild's Fair. Second Cowboy-Ob, no; fell r Z
." \ that the plans fo the Improvement Dade City Industrialist: unloaded, and have begun to tease him nltro-glyeerlne. One of
,. '. the St. Johns tivrsul11ttted; by'Cl)1 dew- the work of framing'arpnter new store abut It One d IY he said: "l'omp 'dOyou as powerful In stimulating attractions which ho proposes drop on him la=*t full.

; .. Mallory have l.n'apprve Strawberries are plentiful ant building to be occupied by Tiugley the doctrine of election?" organs a the explosive of the In this palace In $1,000,000 In "Yer don't say. Must bare

assistant chief' corps Unit berries are beginning t Kowley. Teams are almost constantlyseen ant "Yes." massa," was the reply, "I allus le In rending rocks and trees? In one pie, a sight which he b blamed good man to get sw11

:jZ : States engineers and submitted The express car of the early morn delivering their loads of oranges dd. by doctors only whea their every tor"ill want to B. Petw" *

.. chief, who it is hoped wi alapprovetbem. ing train on the F. C. & P., going at the freight house or directly into HWel peislsted the master. "do you the pint of death, t revive great precautions will be taken "Goodnothtn'IjIwasadUt. $! f'y
burned'at Plant Sun tink am one of the elect?" it operates In safety of such ,
: Capt. Mallory 11 the engineer south, was City the waiting cars upon the freight track- great treasure. It .o.* ..-
: in charge of river and harbor improvements i box materials negro scratched his Iwad. His cau There is a certain nerve which In I strong cage, and. Mr. Stepannl Sudi.n.
or hauling away orange tion and his
in Florida. I It day.Among the had in hay fertilizers and all sorts of sense of the decencies of the man's body, keeps the heart Jut under the gold ,,1 b con "Well, Harris, did \-.-" call oa.lf1
vtgetbll t b grain case him
prevent from blurting out the too fat-act a a sort of a a fire and burglar proof father?" -'SVi"I
;- market are peas, tomatoes merchandise for the stores.Ve, have vault '
At a few ago, a bet 4y suggested Itself. he fenced body and of this 1 11 will "
vau did
night I and S f da J&1
Apabic sash wIndow cabbage, nulthe ,toee just begun to realz the alvnutage of l It movement wires. In b connecte
anaw"le nerve the How "
Irish hand eluggleh an did you come out? ?-i
tle beans. and at
theyare sal
inches and pnttol having a already masse never heered the
stop Now roh
raised a just o.any ber.s acion. the palace my guards l've. ben trying to -eobSt. jj,
. ;, under the sash could be seen a man's in a few days. H many and so great. date..in."& beln fit. Louis elected wbo wasn't a 0d I glycerine paraya th. nerve electric"button, the entice plla all 50 5U&Iij. fl_ r :kWwheth"

R Ub umbers heat-1hlallpba Into tho vaults, and the dora will _"'Mby t..e win.lowor thtof v -1B -"

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