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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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WORK IN CONGRESS. HAPPENINGS THE-----WORLD-- OV .

? M A RAL, .0-: flspatches Gathered from PlfTer- O OUR GHO'VTH the confines of the fainlonable quar-

THE MOST eat fcrtioni of the ter of Washington where In a corner
IMPORTANT Globe
MATTEBS \Va <' .. .,. Them and the
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< ;h<- ; 5" nn.1'a.iKuilt \Vy" of Prorurins;
John Considiue, shot at Detroit house with two rooms on the second
will TERM THE AVERAGE
A COSTS
: CULLED AND CONDENSED. d in I In- Oil H- :Ion*. ONE Of.THE INTERESTING PROBLEMS OF Places Where They Grow. floor, and ttfb use of a fine large par- .

Benton Harbor, Mich., had a $ Ono, of t'lf 4-d(14't rail'o-.ds ever on111'I.d HUMAN LIFE. We all habitually use spongea. hut very CONGRESSMAN.Cfcmmc lor on reception days, a family of

[ Notable ,0 pi ;P": \" .io'o' on tk'% r.,(,, of this few persoi.s; la't any idea that the procurIng three could avoid misery at $180 a

Events in the Legislativeand fire.ExState Senator James Daily died at l p'a! : I I.LI'! font' nnl line thatujHiioil th(1 is nn offshoot of the shipping n. From the Old Days 1Vh. month.(The stable question I finally

Executive Branches of the New York. '' : likoatriO'Mi bay tree for twoyUL' The Mffhlnl"u\ Inrica In Dlmen- Industry vhich is not only interesting In settled by renting a small place on an
in I lie of oildon Members "Me National h..art Xorllr Ions The f i\f l'* uilibriuni la itself, but which also constitutes a tiade Now i alley where two horses could be kept in
Government Franklin, Pa., has a wonderful religious ::ild n I t.I'" ""-" its ca'oer L a t wi horill" They Experience Difficulty I Makiag
.,. of considerable annual value. Sponges I fair condition and arranged with a
revival. c-afr-: :' :('. j>tas on Nature-Giniit*, IJvntft ati.1 Living
. Bill! :' i. ,s-iicV.y: :! it had l 'rf' rail/ t ail l lliassosiH'oiv come for the most part from the eastern Both Enc Meet. neighboring livery stable to let one
Sam
TV due.dav.WASHINGTON. P. Jones is preaching a series of Noit'it """lplp.. Ba-
SkflfonSonu' The
l of the
; .'Pt aboard frrm th<" siX'"i'lstoiio portion Mflditerrnnfa. of their men take care of the team.

March 23.-The senate,on sermons at Brenham, Tex. of s'-it..!!> It rojok-ol I in the Why do we attain certain size and hama sponges from the West Indies are Bpeclal Correapondeao The senator's boy of all work, who

motion of Mr. Sherman went into execu. Prohibitionists hold the balance of euphonious ywt nain of the "1'olosr a weight of an.! .teri!1 eonso to grows of very poor quality and are. tu.'rff'r' WASHINGTON,Jan. 25.-Question No. blackened his boots, shaved him.
. tilwssion presumably on the power at New Douglass EL t<'rm I 1'.al. holy little valued and those from ar I
Behring 'W aIll (
\. M matter. : jioiMiliarly) t tpropriatl, Why is one person limited in tatur.i toa hard that they can used only for tho L "What does it cost to live in Wash. 'tended the door evenings and reception

-:v. After A receiver will be asked for the Lans which was IN'stU"lIon it .. qli.'k- I few inlhes while another str.'tc.Ci? up several commonest b Those, however ington.. days, drove his horses also. I
vitto oil purposes.
some unimportant"routine pro ing, (Mich.) electric street railway. Tl.oro ml1 who, WEre Itsljiof [mtrons feet? Why: i!it that OTC at maturity I which are here X Can I get two good largo roomson don't know Just how the family liked
t ceedings: the silver bill are in.mlipr in this faction who imprte
. the house. Chairman Bland, wa taken up in John McDowell was Literally ground will rocall it.: Its ro.il aid], name \\eignspnt.ibov.' fifty po'indsand another from Asia Minor the the second floor, with heat, door the situation. They stood it two

t that be would demand the previous gave notice to pieces under a freight train To. wastlio Bralfod l and :pHbral Biookand attains These a wei all lit t"u times of as gret Greek Archipelago are of the finest service, and board for my wife and years and then rented a whole
a 101111
on the silver bill and pending amend-question peka. its termini wero '; nnt Derrick some marvelous are C11""li'n.examples rowh. ;, quality, and are i dee.those which are self for $100 a month?" house, dragooned the auctions and
uro
menta at 2 p. m., Thursday. This means J. A. Dithrick's store at Springfield. City. It was' put in opciation Octobr. Nearly every natfon has produced chiefly In use. : of Kallmno. on S.I I want a place where there Is a colonial furniture stores and furnished .4

merely that the general debate will close Mo., was burglarized of $400 worth of 1S77. Tiavolincr Amlitor ClmpJ.I.: !! celebrated giant, nnd most nations mart it I.the southwest coast of Asia Minor, ItII' is.itlle stable. I shall bring. a fine a pair of it tastefully. The horses were
of this industry.
at 2 o'clock tomorrow, and that a final aik Pittslurg r and Western, \ was locted than one. James Toiler, IIr at St.Neoti ]!r contains heAdqu.iiters of about a'l! trot r8 to Washington as ever you sold and a deal made with the livery
0 vote will then be in thn norther oil r( ions, pave a rostrer.orII' I : '"at tho a population 12,0. lean $75 stable. And when the senator
taken on the bill and JameHnm killed by the cars at : niintiiurton. England, ago of ten II'the adult males being engaged the saw. go as high a a mont yet
t'a&e amendments, unless its opponents inaugu- Augusta, Wis., while driving across the it co istiiiction Interest! i-: tpal.( in. regard to yeai--h.id! .attuned; t 110! MH prising h tgh sponge iisherv. The fishermen set out in for board and room. I shal hve my had finished his first term he told me
series of filibustering tacticaTbursday. flllpl''at't.ftInt'd. of five f>'< t and up\[ ard; at tho I wife and daughter the one day that he had spent $10,000 over
track .\ I,.i,: .no main rail i May and return in September at the latest wih me/al 4.
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tl'n ; elg.t": he ha I reached the
heightof
M M .M M w A.MFS: That would and above his and his law
it during the time oft the shoresof time. a salary,
Michal Slattery, a truck was was :in I run oin'altii.n:ghi tlioro were I fshing 2.
drve upward of feet and hall!
at Brookliu, N. Y., i two auxiliary: WOlHlel ones. This tail Inches,.and eight in ono a ol : : of Greece, of the Southern mont How's that?" r. practice had hardly more than paid
.WASHINGTON, March Immediately quarrel.At rested. on wiiiclivoro There\a progress i Fporades, and especially of Rhodes, of look over these letters I office expenses.No. .
..trongootln t.ams. growth. is record of his
no having
.f after the reading of the journal,the period Denver, Thoma fatally supfortol nm.sive 8tanchions.strol attained a greater height, however II' Crete, of the whole: extent of Syria. of the enclose, and, If possible go and see 4 was a senator also, and a good

general debate was extended three hours shot Michael in DeCone over Mr& l LraCpd. About two feet blow h was exhibited for a consider Island of Ruad. ard, finally, of Tuni the best of these places and reportwhat lawyer, likely to havo something to
the (
by though
he announcement of Mr. Bland that Defoney. the top beam were two wooden ri, pfrio' in Kirby's Museum I. here their vessels are so largt 8 you think about them I shall do in the Supreme Court. I looked
would postpone motion about i a"Te well that they Ara
a for the previ- 'iglit. wll's'ln \\idth which! were manned \ 1
Mason City, Iowa, capitalists Greatest H-ig'isii! Giant. hare Mrs. X. with me, and for a few over all the places that had been offered
GUI nu- and Sicilians of the fialJ.
question until 5 nailed I out
o'clock in order to a eecuroly} to the stanch coiuplelely
over the searching Slflortl; Two separat 0' men each of whom waa weeks in the winter father and to him and decided in favor of
give an opportunity for greater debate. easy inquiries o tbe ions. These wooden The sponges ire taken back to Kalimuo, my
Mr Williams, of Illinois the Democratic assessors. balancing purposes. Trio height(hitllfor.f this eight of "The feet Irish in height Giant,O'Hiien"claimll tho at cognomen the where they aieod.! tho Council of the mother will come down for a visit the $210 place, but could get no reduction

member of the committee on coinage, The body of an unknown woman was oddity anio-ig lailronds: varied l. NinjTsomolimps time. The:skeleton of ono of these same is tc Island coris-titufing{ I kind of court which The prices in these various oters are on account of not wanting the

pened the debate in favor of the bill found near Newark, N. Y., clad only in i two-ity-fivoft-ptand: somctini"s be found in t IIP Museum of-the College 01 decides all difleieces.: arising among or all reasonable. The lowest see, is stable. That went with the place.

Nothing very sensational occurred until fine underclothing. l less i 1'.al' half that f1yaton. 8Cr.Ig. to Siirgemis Lo-don.! It was bought by the between fishermen, captains, propretors.mr $180, the highest $210 a month IIhan't Practically, the senator rented a

Bland, at 5 o'clock, called the previous Democratic primaries will be held at the "lay" of the pl'asmt celebrated John Hunter whc rnt!and retail purchasers.Tt bring my team, so you whole house furnished, and a nloe

question. Then a motion to table the bill I Ozark, Mo., 30 and the County liltlo valley of Foster Brook through paid 500 fllgeon., }. for the purpose of Kalimno: fishers usually carry on the last offer down Be careful -old gentleman and lady staid there to

wa made, a vote taken and the count i Convention Apri. whiCh it ran. Theio was method in tlioapparent dissection. This 1 O'Brien died from a de operations at a depth of from fifteen to i to see that we some. the room do the housekeeping. It was an ideal

stood ayes 148. nays 147. The speaker had ; madness of his (-i;nstmotion! bauch at the age of twenty-two. The twenty feet, but no deeper, as it is considered we want ( e.). a den for al mo, a parlor r arrangement and a wonderfully cheap
Negro
highwaymen held the )ldt\ tat beneath this there
not voted. He UD clerkat %ever, for without this ph>\aton! the :: aro no (
ordered his name called, other O'Brien whose real name was Patrick bed bath one. I turned doctor out of
room a a
Jacob Adler's store I commercialvalue. a separate young
and he voted 'no." As he did the hectae near Vicksburg original and peculiar scheme of t lh<' il\'OI- earned fortune exhibiting singes possessing any good
so by
ahook with applause. Then he Miss., and got $210. for would not) have been jios .il l<>. The' Cott.n and attained a the extreme There are sl"'erl methods of col- room, and try and have the arrangement the basement dining room, where he

the vote tie announced John cus fitted on the rail like >die-I himspl lec'ting sponges. They are plucked with such that our callers will not be had established his office, and so provided .
a -148 to 148-which Crump, a hotel .ao a '
that the house refused to table the bill meant.It and architect of welknown, died man last hanging down on each sido, fags He took the precmtion giant's mofortyslxear to have his grave the' hand by help of a diving bell; they tumbling over other folk's callers. the much desired den for the 'Ii

'Was amazing. The house continued in evening aged 65 Philadelphia years. w'ro re.illy two-story! cars tho upper chiseled;out of he solid rock twelve feet are harpooned, or they are dragged up But you know how to fix such things new tenant. As there was a door

Kssion until 230 o'clock m.,but no vote While portion being for pissengers deep, and prov.d that it should! b<.! kept with a sort of instrument resemblng that and I leave i to your good Judg- opening directly on the street It
drunk. P.
a Q. Wilcox shot John and the used in oyster bell
wooden saddle "
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dh'il
was Jig locked and eons: This thinr. ; ment. proved a great convenience for thesenators
Jh ____ ___ Combs and James Dougherty San : bags for tho of freight. The ant'atl'I(11 can lo used only thoro is a hard
a O'Brien used to lightIng These extracts from letters I numerous callers and
are ,
Jose, Cal.. in a quarrel. stilted rails and the peculiarly and! the; harpoon the instru-
Fda7. (.'onstructe. his pipe at 1 1P sheet lamps and h6 btom. i fishers. have received at one time or anotherduring office-seekers got at him by the
employed
March Edward Wilson was cars, which 8efIf'c tosIiJe : i on quite ter nli ' WAHOTOl the senate tatBy'stabbdon several from old hundreds. this had
2-I the steamboat a presented a sullici *ntly gro The divers must be men of adult age and years past Probably
a appropriating $4,0 for a public Ing by another Curr, ner'Vhel- tesCuo grOQve.- but the strange appearanceof oc simply<'asion had stopped head O'Brien's outof the carriage window of groat strength, and even these can remain friends of minewho have been elected something to do with his safe

building a Helen Mnt was taken roustabu.Snator a train was increased and inteiisiiietl! and puUing'is at a depth of twenty 'feet underwater either to the House of Rpresent re-election six years .later. Mrs.

business from the cendar a Pa Legislative M. .M. B<*6ktt has been pat by the fact that practically two engines, height. 'himsel up to his fu for not more than two minutes. tives or to the Senate, X. found the situation Just what

the was suspde remainderof up n< s at Monticello, HI., i or a species of Siamese twin engines, The skeleton of another Irish giant to be Tney! )' must also 1 I) 1(1 of delicate touch, provide themselves with some sort of she wanted. She was sole mistress of
dy's son was devoted tributes canvass for State Treasurer. headed the procession, one being each be'i:' that they have to select good
of on found in the anatomical room of TrinityCollege ; tn shelter and provender before they the house, had absolutely nothing to
.. who respect t March Senator Her a Cali A desperate burglar was killed at sid of the rail, tho two balancing like thodnid'dcirs. Dublin, is seven foot six inches In sponges from nmoag; the inferior by that came on to the All degreesof do, and was able to make a special

for di l Crowley, La., while in tha act of rob- Wl en the fireman "stoked height and constitutes the framework of 8lne alone il a short intervalof social and capitl standing were study of Society and How to Get into
Th committee agriculture bing the of up" he had to descend to the tenders time. A new method recently
store Duzen by ha
o or & Bro. JlcGiath, born in Ti'ijperary, who made It "
t in these various She was a "leader In less time
a favorable been adopted of taking represented inquiries,
the The ,
rfr report on Paddock latdtrs. (1il. the: cars ran on sponges
the tour of the
I. pore f b Ex-State Chairman James Kerr o a f.rit of ceutrl! w ii<>nnt'Is 1 ;nd! as they pro Irish Europe His enormous a "Prodigious growth was which (consists; of a diver wearinga and a it happily turned out, I was than it took her to learn the way to

I Hill Pennsylvania is urging th selection tunled through the eon I':' of the floors, said Gant" tho of an experiment water-tight diving dress made of metal, able to get all of the anxious inquirers the White House and CapitoL The
Monday. delegates in Bedford havo r'sul and provided with windows of glass, .fixed"-for $210 month to be about
county.
auai'gomonts! : were iia.lo: by which they nfado by the Bishop pleasantly one session a proved one-
.
W March 2a-Among the Congressman did not i inconvenience celebrate by means of which he can remain under
AOTJ. Catching will defend passengers. The Berkoly. who put the at least half the necessary living expenses
tills senate, reported from commit.tees J. G. Coshman charged cais' wero narrow tho main lhi broad, ('rphan-through fattening process with water for hours and collect the spone No. 1 was a young lawyer with a and at the end of his term the senator
and placed on calendar, was one with killing Ernest Hardeustein.Mike and whenever the car tillttl I t:' I at his ('aO('. This.apparatus is, ho\ewr.
th .ro wpr"< owned
: thIs ro .;. \ amend the a establishing circuit McCarthy, a was side v.i L'e1s wnich t'augt; on to tie have ghen act-ouuts: of still another Irish very expensive, and has not yet come into correspondence tied up seeds, ad- his outgo entirely on his official
to define and S'cioI-h.md. \\nnUntiiilsaiul thus aided j ri' general use. The Kalimnote fishermen
cu a ap rgula killed while l'r"s'I'- giant- I Ialono-who measured salary.
snow oa Colorado h'nld dressed speeches and did a vast
a United courts. ingth'1 ('(|iiililriura of tho arc in the I abit dividing the sponges to.
c St Midland near Leadville. Colo..*. Po-t.. lmllsliL.bur sevtl fiet SC\I irj-hes/in his stockings be soIl I into threo. classes-those of finequality. amount of work that in her fond am- These are specimen Illustrations of
T comunictos were laid before ; _ _ when: ho wa nineteen.
speaker. One Because she saw her lover with another th<:so -of fine qualty. those of bition for her husband did not seem a the life of public mn in Washington.There .
th ho was from Bernardo Tiigli. an Italian, attained the
1. McKenna, of announcing gill at Pittsfiehl, His., Jennie A
t tendering of Cmor to the Booker shot herself through the heart Stanley's alte-idant. paid it was years of a ". ];: SIMI, the Prince of quality. The island possesses no less than with No. 1 in a little $5,000 a year Is a bonanza and they

p'0 o his neat in the bon The Mary Quinn, a New York domestic, cut ions tona.h; t-Vuui\'s; ".hi Le Iiuer" Wales' porter! \ g was nearly eight feIn 200 vessels, which are engage in this "knowledge box schoolhouse out manage to save a large part of It.

other was a request from Mr. Donova of set herserf on fire and died in horribleagony when i intrndi't-eil I I to t-hiqu.inga.. t u : Kindof I height, is tho tallest Scotchman, unless trade. The largest delate I on the prairies of Illinois. I answeredhis The men of this class are mainly from

Ohio asking that the record of IH-C'inso of insanity through love pudding: : PI'I' boiled lalic': loot.Neither WA or-'dit the account given by M. Lo Cat, pp nges are found on the coast of question briefly and suggestedthat the South. They come to Washington
vo tie island' of Starnbalia off and
V the silver bill be corrccted-hedjdn affair.Em. the 1a. odor of tinfiMidis j who tells of the Scotch giant "Funnum, Amorgo, in his first term, if he wanted alone, live at the cheapest board-,
vot one two the African littoraL t
ail I or spots
at i but on
a a Itwasdone._ _ ._ 'irrr.el Greenbaum, wanted at all il.iin.. sis l.la\kt- l'e.tityiln rt'gartl ;as of who lived in the and time who of Eugene measured II.,eleven King Tho second quality are those of Crete, oome back again a most men did, ing houses, let it be known just as

0. Waliingtwi. Ka-s., for a criminal assult, tl.e bread' of lifo "fJcforo many months of and ScoLnlcl"feet in height. The giant of ] 'Haz Rhodes and Syra The sponges would better get along with one big little as possible that they are mem-

Tue.dy. .was. am-tf.I at St. Joseph. He con residence in Central !fi h'a. Utrecht. Holland described by Dr. Diem- of find way into all partsof room that should be sitting room bers of Congress, and adhere to the

I WAHUKGTOJI, March 2.-I the senate, fessed. Somethues when fleprived I of it for many erbrook tho anatomist, stood eight and the \voild. Unfortunately the pursuit boudoir, bedroom, and, i simple saving ways to which they are

Mr. Stewart gave notice would, 0 The J.ickoniaii Club of Omaha will days I ha\i!often Ji.uled :piece of I lo:ist t.'d one-half feet in height. The king of of this industry is daily becoming lesslucrative private reception room, al in one. He accustomed at borne. The men who

; Monday next, move to take up the sa arrange for Uiw presence of 10,0 visitors chiquaiigi as a' real iuxmy, and I have however, was ChristolT Munster, ] and moro diflieult because of wrote back "Go ; keep the spend most are the Pacific coast na
bill t provide for the free coinage to the Democratic b<' rather disgu"te i with giant the great reduction in the price of sponges, '
y o gl Convtntion at 1 < newly arrived Erolsen near Munden, in June, price down If you can, and I "fixed bobs. One congressman from California -
the bill being the the market being flooded with inferior
j allve an Chicago.Mrs. whites whoso upturned m i-ondomed "
:
my 1630 who according to authentic records has for
1 him out in the home of a lady physician seven or eight years
.: GoliUhwaite's"
. '/ r avery. J. W. Hart, who was barbaric taste: attained a height of nino and one-hall qualities. Geographical ,a sterling good woman. who paid f 150 a week for his apartments

1 |he' speaker laid before the house a emcU burned from having set her bay When! Stanley's white officers, had fniRII',1 feet, three Inches taller than Goliath of Magazine. _ _ lived quite a ways from the part at one of the fashionable hotels. This '
: from Hon. Roger Q. Mil fire at Texarkana, Ark., had died of her their bmall stock of linned provisions Gath. Ho served in the body guards ol socia
'I. An Clock Rooster. of Washington in a plain exceeds his salary by $2,600
I i r I .1-1.-mj he had sent t the governor injuries. and rice, they were abs iluiely! compiled the Elector and lived forty years. \an verycomfortable year. .
I ::" of Texas his resignation a to fall back on the m.inioc dishes; John Laws Milton, arid English writer The Huntsvijle.) Mo., Herald says that and wholesome way. 'Her Another Western senator has paid

: QtY A. L Roers the murderer sentencedto but the sourness of taste of this Afiloan and author, states,that in his yeuthful Bob ), lives with his father, cook was a. good one, and there was $7,000 a year for house rent for six

:tr A Wronged Daughter's Koooone.OXTOKWA be$hange Dala.Texas, Friday pudding is a serious barrier to the enjovment days he wantel to a giant, 'and several Mr. P. C. Murphy,four or five miles northeast no pinching.of table expenses. The years past.A .

l'' 1*.., March 30.-Oskaloosaedety has repit Apnl 15, by Governor of it, and somo -tuliboru persistence times thought b tad discovered aninfallible of Huntsville, is an enthusiastic one big room was there and I was good story is told of one Western

, t ifl* torn over a % Is required bt.for tho whit man hails met!hod of attaining tho objact chicken fancier and regards the rooster charming with its southern and senator who leased a fashionable
up eat
a snstoa James Allison of the chiquanga as a trial Department Jt of his ambition, such a overfeeding ern That .was a happy house on T street at a yearly rental of
where o
now i wealth white travelers,these ofth'ersbogait to knit a time indie itor. On outlook
last
proess te Manufacturing o th World's Fair stretching by dint of violent jerks from Wednesday tor member and his $4,000. The morning the fact was an-
... of the parties interested their refused offers to.retur Ohio and will and when they passed lx'yond tl.odi! beams, &c., to the great amazement of his Bob and his brother, Ernest, madeup young In
an t nounced the the
former high standing draw cowd remain at Chicago. h'itc where it glow, and \HIC f.wpt to relatives and friends." Mr. Milton may their minds to go with the Moberly Sunday pretty Jie... But a bad luck wouldhaTe paper senator's

to the court room daily. Miss to a roast plantain
..:; : Roberts, a moat charming young wo Omaha Democrats insist that Thayer gietted bitterly that they had no manioc. succeed, as giants are seldom bright intellect Thursday. To do this they had to get up from other'members wives and the just as the Senate was called to order

. a has brought suit fo$10,000 has gone crazy on the Nebraska Governorship -St.- Nicholas. rarely in health and universally about 3 ,.o'clock in tho morning. so as to li vortex soon began to draw on and pointed to the item in the paper.
and that his course will kill the goo. catch the early southbound train at Cairo "Is it ?" he asked.
against T. A Whit. her node and J. there. short-lived. Rapid decay seems to young wife's fancy. The next II so

L. Roberts, fate fo attempting Republican party What Our Authors Dlfl In 1S5. natural)' follow rapid and excessive de for Moberly.Fearing winter they were in the When "Yes"he answered with a tone of

to have her spt t insane ayl. The mayor of Philadelphia has received In the Boston Transcript somo one tells velopment.A they might not awakon In tme. six years later a swm cru I anxiety..
The lady a message of thanks from remarkable illustration of this is and not having much confidence Well John how earth
0 young large th, what the present autnors of thocountry washed my old friend under, on are you
4 property, and it is thought the defendants Russian Society at Lilian, for tbe sup, were doing l'allng Mr. Howells shown in an account given by DrH alarm clock, Bob went to the chicken ely quit thw game a good less going to spend the other $1,0001"
took this method to sent by Indiana. 18) Dawes a of St. Ives who house,caught his favorite gameeock, took dea
get possession pie th was setting typo in his printing surgeon pub than even. He told me simple The member of the cabinet who
J urn to ti e house, placed the cock on the te
at i Public sentiment is with Miss thieves who have stolen thousands ofc and he has never boon ashamed of lshedln 1s44.! "An Account" of the Lead of the bedstead and sleepingas boarding place with the one room, keeps up the pace set for him by'the

Rb who b retained a he attor of dollars'worth of harness at Minneapolis ; it is twenty to one that he was of Wilngham. Thi boy was soundly and sweetly retie child where $75'a month squared all I one rich and fashionable man who
Thomas and
John and years a a ifant a
Cn'eeman Lacy Judge and St. Paul, have been an excellent compositor. Charles EgbertCraddock Hall .
is found
I with full The usually in each cabinet. In
Senator assisted eleven old, was three feet nine a !toraeh. as if anticipating count would have enabled him to I
Bch McCoy, by arrested the latter roamed, a Httlo child, upon the months
place. what Mr. Cleveland's cabinet that
the a Tennessee and Inches height, so, had he grown to Jlel'r.ty wa required of svd'enough to live on independently memberwas
Celia
mountains Tiiaxter
I .Tha cneel.probably represents last several Wae Andre Carnegie says r'ClTe gathered the manhood at this rate he would have attained him remailf quiet until 3 o'clock shar the rest of his life. As it Mr. Whitney and the pace was

t wl c, land o Hill will be nominated by of Shoals.pimpernels All upon these young windsweptIsles 'people nine or ten feet. When he died in when it commenced crowing Jl }, was, he had drawn $30,000. from Uncle terrific. Mrs. Whitney had a dot of

Ji Mother PtowaeA Democrats, though he prefers a w.str then and a little later, must havo found his fifth year he had a thick pair of whiskers arousing tho sleepers and enabling them to Sam leas, spent'it, and was a $50,000 a year from her brother CoL
Y.j reach Cairo and i
man, suggesting Palmer or and weighed about eighty-five ob'yon tme. This is Oliver Payne and it nearly bank
few debt
MorrGotEzY, March 30. Mrs. very little inspiration for their baby no fictiqn. but a for by a besides. That
A There is a very pretty quarrel and rebellion geniuses in the current literature of that punds. thoroughly reliable vouche was what it cost him to live in Wash rupted one other member of the cabinet
Kate Clay her Ht child a her sist on at the Chicago College of day, a this contributor gives an account of recent years chiefly person. i who tried to keep the Whitneysin

3rs. Farley, were taking Physicians and Surgeons; because o of I; the Idols of people were Fanny Fern among the scientists of Germany France, Igtn. WaS a Minnesota farmer of sight. In Gen. Harrison's cabinetMr.
M afternoon drrs. The river is unfair treatment of students Fitz Greene Ilallock and England and our own country have Jews who Plow.
very alleged 1y Timothy far toward solving the of gone the well educated, enterprising sort. Wanamaker is the social leader
Ugh and the back water has flooded the instructors. Tit.comb. Sentimental maidens mystery The "Has Jew *
a a
. pore First of growth seems to be qnesion. everbnento He had a splendid stock farm partly and while the money does not fly so

j. ]portion city. i The ladies northeast drove portion near o The number of htmleiit-. now registere over Book"Bttrswets" and.Goe's was dependent growh. upon al. of equilibrium in White plow with a very 8nswrr emphatie b) affirmative.. ArolJ within the:limits of a pretty little city fast as it did under the last administration

T .l at tV: Uriiv-rMly!, of :Michigan is generalerary nature a law extent and illustrated where there a man of moderate
was good society, a means
: tar to the high water and .. ; decidedly vat that was uni'erslin Jewish cultivators, as Tar'on de HIrsch
a 2O( I. tlv i:i: ii U.1 I! '!' attendin ( In tho of to diffuse
\ gases thriving and could soon become a in the
while crossing 8bme bridge the fVf1 good bad already appeared in 1835, but the has lately told us, flourish even In the Argentine college a good many pauper
.
..', hone became frightened, and backedeff :r :tny A-'.: "-.o. ;.us:. :tttiol.of learning people hardly knew i. As to the onlygreat of liquids to seek a common level RtpulIc, whero :French and English churches I had started my first effort to shine in the same orbit

the bridge into a deep Mrs. I : I'.I .1,1i.. : I\'u'.IIJ': i 23.Tiii" piece of fiction the period, "Uncle and exhibited in all chemical are 'Ig up the struggleand weekly in this town twenty years ago. Few Congressmen live in Washington

.Parley and the child were rave bat .:' .' :.3 : --ii ...iors i th Tom's Cabin," people were divided b changes. Much seems to b dependentupon coming home. Whito telt u Although he and I were on opposite as they do at home. If. they did,
the nature of the: elements
', the efforts to save Mrs. reed w i polio* .>!:i( ,. : :!\V.l"Itun, .. tween declaring that it was rubbish of the four cblmicl which, : that he has just returned from agricultural -. sides in politics he always trusted me it would be better for them. In the

L 'an Her body was recovered wit \viiii: t tncu r- -1 In'.':I:!h".<); l hy 'i for asserting that it was tho work of Henry make especlall}the body substance-the principal ones conser- : Jewish colonies of Cher son and as an old frend. I knew that he old times they followed somethingthe
hour of the \vrU fl'U:1 t Ihll ..u t 0 the Ward Beecher aud not Mrs.Stowe, up Ekaterlnoslay which number
.1' bcau! 3,0 would below scale of and
1 h donn vative character of carbon, the expansive i not live that of same living expenses
seckiviu'f t.rgh L'.i: .. British Min no woman would have brains persons, subsisting entirely by
sad
this about
wa t tendencies of hydrogen the explosive his fellow members and yet he would that they were used to among their
Tears old and had married ister. write! agriculture. They are described
bn character of nitrogv.ii ul,1 the equalizing by him aslndustriou and like to save some part of his constituents. Senators and members
: i ", She a hbandad James \V. Trenc lard.th grand master A Bright Parrot. character of oxygen. '1 hese four, in combination counterbalancing !("obr., a havingno I wrote him to make up his salar. "messed at different boarding

,, ",... c of tbe Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows .A gentleman was boasting that his with each other and some ten j sity to early and improvident! propn- plain boarding-house fare at rates houses; few rented houses and none

;. Tug t Ba Armour Oat. has issued a proclamation calling on a rot would repeat anything he told him..Fll' par. other elements are thought to retain f-oto be considered. Ti.e truth Is, a Mr. varying inversely with the discom- owned them. This matter of senators

Term. SQL lodges to appropriately celebra example he told him several times, their properties the samn as when separ- !. Fei'iberg, a Russian Jewish gentleman in forts and Inconveniences. The and members owning fine house.
Fellows of those sub re
The
ate.
Of. Y-rc wventy-third rapid
anniverar' Od before some friends to say: "Uncle," but of prmealit tissues andmembranes St. Petersburg observes, that it was the sult was he spent four years of his at the capital is quite recent. George
made the stances
to Are
: '1 on Apri 2.E. the parrot would not repeat: it. In auger aniral by fanaticism of the Iildll Ages that drove life in Washington in a crowdedbadig Mason of Virginia, the father of the
: fcofiding of the Armour are chiefly composed
Packing crys
-1. om- C. Buchanan & ho seized the bird, and his the Jews from the and forced themto
incendiaries used coal oil in C" grai deaer half-t\istng talloids, in which form the food is presented house where a. member Bill of Rights, made that, argumentIn
live in It is II
characteristic
JTe If Memphis. have trt neck said, "Say 'uncio, your !I" to\n; eminently -
for assimilation, is regarded ab had to $fl the convention of 1787 against the
their work, but both to John K. Speed and Lewi Erbe. The and threw him into the fowl pen, iu whichhe a of persecution first to forbid the pay "
times their we discovered intone liabilities are assets consisting ten prize fowls. Shortly afterwards important factor in nutrition and growth. object of its fanatical prejudice to cultivate a week for precisely the same constitution. The term of the senators -
put temp $103,36 hal As in the cao of giants, the stature of and board that a government clerk ," he said with great force "Is
t mainly of oats and hay, thinking he had killed the parrot, the soil then to reproach them
I\ amount to $56,280.Secretary he pen. little people has, in most cases pro with their aversion frl pursuits. could get for $6. The fact that there too long. They are too far from the
agrcutura
Y : JfogT.M .. the Block. To his surprise he saw nine of the bably been tie resul of accident. Con .-London Daily were twenty congressmen In the people. They will build for themselves

': FATBITS, March 80t-A sale under of Sta Harrity of Penn- dead on the floor with their necks wrung fowl, trary to their attain rivals in interest, house fled the price. A high-sound- houses In the federal. city and

the vagrant took place i Fayet the rylvania choice says a expects majority Cleveland of the t b and the parrot standing on the tenth d'ar. frequently. who died in Paris great in 1858.age. A Colonel by :3Iurriage.A : lug name-the Ridotte, or De Mojatea- separate themselves from. their peo 'j

., t wh three a negroes were o at o in which de twisting' his neck and screaming. "Say was ninety rears. old. He was only twen- traveler in Texas says that he was pan, or some such handle, just what pie." This prophecy Is coming true? 19 t'

} W to the highest s. One ,K's for Chico. under advioe of 'uncle, you beggar! say 'uncle.-Spre I ty-thi'-e ;ndl'J nigh, something less than riding along! a cattle trail near the New I have now forgotten, a century after its utterance. > '" I

::.f' lgt$;25, another $5, and H third $La Hill join in York Cl. Moments. _ _ the stature of our own celebrated dwarf. Mexico line, when he"met a rather pomp- something to do with it My Minnesota In the old directories. of 'W hm.i.1;
I teD
: element i highly indigant, t gve vend him Pig Like an Elephant.Mrs. General Tom Thumb. The first English ou&oklng! native of the region, who ictrodiKvd friend built large barns ton you will find that the houaeswars4 :
: .*nfl thrtns twothird A dwarf of horn there is authentic'recordwas himself Colonel
"i- rveng. Prank Brooks probably break the Eliza Saunders of Texas is the own a Higgins, ofDevil's while he was in Congress, and bought not numbered, and the 'aenatorasa4"I: ..:
wi that bears a striking re.-.em- only Ole and a half feet high, till :Iver. a fine horse at one of the Kentucky. members were putdown all m.aP
r" record of !: county, Ga., when er of a pig thirteen years of ate, he afterward \\Vre you colonel in the Confederate
fI the breaks his neck for blance to a miniature elophant. It has .though sales. His wife dressed well, and had "Mrs. Browns OD' Capitol. 'HUL bS #
; 1892. negro poisoning t.e telH: feet and army? I asked.
fPRIL his father. Catooasa has never hd but one eye. apparently healthy, and nine Iches atail',1. This was Jeffrry Hudson, I "No sib." Just enough to do with society to get "Mrs. White's',.on ',the,southsid:ort 1i

; legal hanging since i was a cunt. Buckles! in the usual manner. The eye is who was presented to Queen Henrietta by "Oil the Union fIde then?" her name in the .society columns of Pennsylvania avenue," and .i':' 'tfft

Ir S. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa The chances for a public tx wtre where the nose and mouth should b The the Duchess of Buckingham. Hudson on "No, s.ih, nevah was iL ual." the papers now and then. Both enJoyed circuitous designations.- ;was* .:.

- never nearer, according t public sentiment. trunk is about two and a half tLat occasion Si prised the company by "}!ou to the Texa Rangers" life here, and had nothing t sidered the desirable thins to'gMI

1 2j the tti-ks not more tian a haf-inch It is I stepping out of :pie. He is said to have bah, I do not. regret when thei district went the same "mess"' with the;pbJitfesi"
,
: old. theWorld's ....
Mr. R. E. Engle has written to Chairman aLuut l.ve weeks of Snd I fought two duels, one with a turkey cock "Ah, I see. You command one of the other way, they were called home leaders of the ,day;. and.,-:; .v.

j: 3 4 5 T1TT Wheeler, of the Pension OfHce Investigating Far a Tex one) curioite o and one with a Mr. Crofts, horn he shot State militia regiments." No.S:was a senator. He had life was given a b1oomd'1.yo1thatIt :

1, : __ C akin that ho Texas.- ( Tbuue. and killed. Hudsondied in his sixtythirdyear "No,sah.I don't. Don't know nothing me from earliest kow reported now wholly'laeksi To get:.IJt. ;
be allowed mmitt com in the Gate House Prison, having about soditrn.'! boyhoo I h :.an. openfire.tottiparlor : gr5 .

Jfl1214 15 l6 mitteeto answer t appear the affidavit tb i Jay Gould i* Getting Poor. been accused as a conspirator in the Pop "\ ,dd you get the! rank of hit country of the Ii.I tSSeS I",'
Gould dropped five dollars into the ish Plot. colcn-ir f i'barns, c1tdaneo halls and [ hear sstobyWoi "i
Chief of the Jay
tn evidence) of Mr. Fonl.
17 18 19 Record Division of the Pension Office, plat at tho church he atende at Cheyenne lmo. Teresia, know a the Corsican "rS a kunnel by mairiage ab." Btt Lpltu>Ifo:*had a'law. .:Benton or Jobs]Rindoiwa,. ."
222" Wyo.. Sunday. now worth was thirty-four inches high and "By marriage? How's that?. practice Yj ,:and that wu VOIIIbIe tomeetbs.;< "
that ho Eu le while temporarily -
24 25 26 charging chief of the( division) had mined exactly $199,990,995. It is thus that extravagance weighed only thirty-six pounds. Shelve "I marie the widow of
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: : BRADFORD .COUNTY Q TELEGRAPH f I, 111. ii FACTS r't Our Ex+:Iatlrsc.t Florlda au i ;file i.a3r. ; W I T. HIVERSDEALER I s' ', Skff*! l
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...- --- ; .- -' *' : .I t| ; :& hasRee gfvi-u ....lu 'hrlt''Is nu doubt 111.,1 i Florida will have | I r v?

: /- -UBLLSHE1IWKEXLY AT- '" -l... .. 1 i I : < party men alaI reI ij an .exhilMt at the Chic-ig' fir aiut it will j i PJf.;

Ar1rlttdkaul'u1tUCpLi\qY! KlOltlDA. !, for battle i and be a very crcditn .le onv. The people of V IXGENERAL I "
*" ,. ." '. rt j l I ,rlDg '
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1.C.WEBB. That .coos' t be Ignored !I' \ continue livided that. state are 'miking an txtraotdinary .rA r ,,,, ..',a f.I f.:
cfI
Editor and Publisher. will have chance ; fort. to raise f' r ]t. nud they I r
The pa'Conyention u j money r t t: '( $

". fJl l11SCItlI"1'(0"t-- ".00 A FICAIi-, Taif 1 I 'l stop quarreling am- I,meeting with, grl\'.lry.i .; a ece",. The I II MERCHANDISE : -

1"' i in every part of the amount' they want is $'J K.pUO. Mr. Flag- t

'JrRJrrrJ'Atrnrdipp.. II' Art .of ..Coigrcts.inttt. rTh I / .together and ors I)ler, who s'so /largely interested i iu St.Auguktmc. u'r A= ..

/W, On-r. lil rh. /'{., na'txcenrl !. gtiinst the common has bul, .,,cril. d ..{0.000, njil! it. ,DRV GOODS ; .

1.naa Jfat1M' .'. Hon. f Joliu L. asks 1 in separation; here, is "understood Unit there are other rich s.

..' Should- 1C l*>e V Nominated.( ** I II. } apathyThe 1 : re P uU- .mall who. will. '' mate. liberal .contributions.. '. .NOTIONS, .
fnr of the liaraestilumjs for aJ'tilitictan 'f ll writer's tirncsl desire tout the action I N Nr ,
!
( i by the division lieretp-. All over the stale the people. are collecting .
: \ in office tn' do i is>' to do his of the Tampa conventiun shall{ {, : various HOOTS.1S1IOES. NN+ .
I ranks will money in ; VVithin two or i
,: : & ,: ways f ,
.
;iH itttc'anrl to l]'lease: the people at tiUf.crili (o the Jdqmocratic putty in t I IDeit '
mouths enougli will collected to
f tied are. now thurI -. bu .
t.f ht! aetnP time.. election: ur*s him a liip'W appeal :j:I ; .the state. It is re justify those who have'the state exhibit, in and a
rc
the gnml sense and judgment.I of our ? charge to makii.g a-collectiou of f;
The democratic voters of Urad- and nominaiion ; recently inert and begin' .lj'i '.
people adtoVitc the n of bl.ck ,such articles as they inuy'need.Floriiiu ,
ford county should organize a GaMine .voters nee re- GEOCERIES.Starke 'y.lr
the Hou. John for ;wernur 'r 1\
It Oaskins g : hud coucpicuoua: tl.lecnttllui.ir '
a at
clob to work for the inteivn ofDr. of their leaders place .
1
Gakinii for 'Six tin-1) yenrs of successive. d I They are eager to essay > exposition and Blau at tue reat I "

governor.Tbt victories at the rlls have eUminated :I for control'of the fair at New Oileaus' The advertisement _, __ ,_- Fla. t yJ .

patina" boom for governor our law polili t. the republican llirly.and bopefi'ii ot.success. ehe got t at those; two expositions hl&ve'lolle H ::;

,it growing every Uy. The'people luye engtnilired' almost an : which would thus her; a 'vast .amount; of good.: It hUll brought THE TRAVELERS HOTELCO&JER + t ; o !

are !looking for j jn't such a practical over-cotfi+lencu qf success in our democratic : erterl i in one w.)' ant t her immigrxnts of the most Ou&irable class h 1 l',

.' hineM for the office ranks. 'J.. and it has tut 't'eI'im'llcngclolei./ BAY ASP CEDAR STREETS, i 1
|' man } Democrats! vet t- wealth, .
Simply Iliu nomination of any democratt Florida knows how well o
-
advertising
Metropolis., JACKSONVILLE, FLU.titDA. <
Information reaches u" that at a Tampa doci,,; uoj mean his election.4 pays.: She has been benefited by means -1 'tJ ..-i

I *\ .' mwtlng" \held at New River -church, nomination must ) to L.ade tjit -will mestiuccrss democratic party to ol 1 fairs to.H far greater extent than is generally O {f. .

., ? Uii! bounty, April/the at.Lonia: next Octo' er.' told; 'in cunyiuciDg lan: known. It il\i .Certain that she will )1ERlV.ND EUROPEAN PL AN':;. ..,

platform visor unauimonsly'ado p tcd. It the fight was to be only' between t6 : i n1 L. :\\jl!>uA.in}the be prepared when the fair opens; to show 'tj J A Ipjl I-

?'1,; ".. raid two parties I plight, of course DOm- BUJ'S that'du'tydemands} }how' nd varied her < ,
.
t great resources are.Biivauuah'Newu. -
'pvj'.i- Snow? cold acid blirzartln: are reported nution ,would democratic hands \ot the Largest, but thp Best .00' "
oieujfi .
the I of Ihe' democrats; c .. y5 1
from the north Those who inee t l' .' Hotel in the City.A ::. f=
presidential ---- .
'Lrt4lurnirit will} think of Florida's : campuignj r .' .. ... ..... ,
Hut ny thoughtful man can'read in of a clear/ and umtmbir It was :LChauiK-ey Depew. the famousrepuoji'ca'n J '

.' .balmy clime" when, tht'strIke- such signs of the times t fde/eat/ and disaster and : made after-dinner speaker who ou u.lnD \ \ :
a campaign 1 r t ;;
.
weather.Will : the 9th'of Otl lLlcr19U./ ala dinner given l i ErVFf ; .
NEW BRICK HOTEL
: our party through t&! careless ur alone, with the: ex- I Jude'Pr supplied JI U'UU i t.
a. to ) )nr. said; "If I am to wilh electric bells, jras. e.i'ctnc fire ularms, 0 J A Jf : .J
Bradford county take an in- jnoaiiimtioi). if he will but ( I wnieli the party itself : name the typical American. Hit man who tire escapes, night wntchman best beds r

pou tcri'ftt in the Gazetteer plan to raise country undoubtedly money can buy good good
boon up in the ctiavuss! and that tire the nominati-m everything else; the irj.ui who ilelerminiiifr I convenient locution street cars from all Witkovski Build g. STABKEV. FLff ;
for exhibit thtt world's
rneney an at Vn ; oiicu in what direction hu luty} leads .,
The only hotel that is open
jfair Florida i is hound to "pet r mini; for the campaign names and characters Cannot be- swerved Ji'oin the path, ; the winter poiH and Bummer. every

.. there.}I If the money can't l I'e raised A nomination millet' be made. that i unmistakable 'gul\ran- man who is dojrjrediy per; is'lent, in what BURTON K. B4RKS,

one vrav it will be in another. heal any differencci, that may have lIt in person all that !; he believes I.. lur right; the' mnn thinking o.j>l Proprietor. TRUBY STERNBURG HO \ '
of but of
not self 111'I.li'y and its
in
engendered the Ute senatorial in words. "
ands L would juime Grov -r Cleveland. For Sale. .
The ProvidenceJournal' thinks I Tile man, as evidenced; by his election What was true <>f Clef eland-then is true :

ihit the democrat who mean Hill I acclamation to that cb chairmanship of from Alachua has of him tiotr.'sod tint is-wljy 'tun eneraiebof f ORANGE Stark, 42 and acru PEAR of land GROVE2, 14acr..milo improred south.1 ::.'"-,",

'. it'.at'n he says he is In favor. of the 1 caucus iu said contest, is the ilou. a' gul>ernatorial possi tariff reform so siren uously cor.tbat his ere in RroTrf. Nice house and improvements r

Klroinjest man whom the party' canput L. Giiskins. J r o que>ti.m'about u. the rrunminatiuuEs/ c rt'&t rat-csea.barvaio Title,alilo pertecC., horse, wagon I offer this and place farming at a Retail i iI
and Dealers
up' itt 'about as i ignorant of the All alliance dem/l Ills must chair 315' completely' implements.Terms: cocr.. For further information AiMre!. Wholesale 4 ini i.
I .
temper of the people of this country edge, too, thai ii wotld be a mistake ) in-the.. stairin fact, the. Dl411W11t4t A. U. TULLIS. I

a all a babe in arms the party: tn numinafc'an extreme\ is 'not large enough for Starke Fla. i s,I

T moo The utterancls of the 11(1. of the legislature Scientific Ansrieaa General Merchandise

The democratic party must come L. Gaikins at Ucala endorsicg the WKK not chair in the ,.,. +r,,x.t. Agency for
closet thin than Air _nt *! t.lt'. '
together ever
} year ciples of the alliance as being in him.. Th? secretary ISTARKE '
before There is work to do. The FLQRIOA &
and sympathy with true interests oar made to order for ,
fe
division already existing on accountof
the people and the of the I before the genial .0 1
bp psmess c ; Staple! I and Fancjv
the Call: matter must be bridged \
try, designate him N: the man whose his seat Dr. King i is
over. beer democratic: vote is neeoaaarytu a
) conceivable article !
ination will satisfy this important j candidate.-Floridiun.: CAVEATS. Any -E
injure
part success ij
growing power for g od in,our stale. TRADE MARKS.O5SION '
PATENTiCOPYRICHTS. Any kind in Provender .j
If Starke had a five dollar a day The republican p"tty has held : 1 ;ht vill' be warm the .tO Feed Hay i

of the n.tilnu1 government ontiu I be wanner, somebody I fix Information ar-i free naaRxH wrtta to .for Jive! Stuck.Groceries ; ,I
hotel hc might hope} to capture aferd'ilf'I''lorias'r : ( G MUNI! & CO. Shi BROAUW.tT, XXW TORE. 'f
since i 1B61.\ It, an it alone, excited and{ over-iifateit. bJ\K Old.btuM.l1 for socurtrur patents in Americ .
but without is
|
tourist Brery
patent taken out by till in brooffht before largest )
need able for' E]!! that .sa in farmer in time, before the public by s notice given free of cborg*In the.'ticntifi' Goods f'
a fii[
hare visitors. of wealth stop, with us.: i'utcrestl of trusts .toiporulions, h hot: For grudness ake meritauLco.I'ftSt ,in I4nrll., 't:

That moat' desirable class will not holders bankers an usurers and a to plan a good crop for
POVDERAbsolutely' And Fiirnisliing!, Gotd'l. nil sMh-s. sizs-s: nnd
.top where they cannot obtain the of taxation uncalled jor. All this uu ; IO't fail to get riady to world C tplcn'-iialy+' Mon of llusfnte! any edf ntlflc No paper JrteMiren la tli
luxuries of life.Whatever inequitable legislation, together with ; next crop of oranges to > Pure. B ye&r aa;ahonld tlM six be months.without Addreas It. Weekly MCN, 93.GV& CO,a Call nrr.t satisfy yourself: };..t.tr,.ti .ti

.._._w- McKinley protectivelariff in the >t,c. After the cam rt1BLlJWER8"l6llSl'ulodWQ..Ne1'l'von. I t .P. .ti

the alliance men do of manufacturers an>| to l,s\ utter ( only" will come in A' creamof rarer bald powder Highest of Notice. I For 1-' .m'T", Builders 1'hoipbstc Jiiners.nl.so sad i

if }bey are good democrats/ must be and contemptuous d reKallj of the good tlem a'ratc, doc- ail meat ill ji'ood leavening Report.KOYAL : Htrentflh.. -Latest. U. S Govrrn Six montha after tlntf :I will prr?Dt mv no r yto". Ilan fi es. Cooking Utensils, tte. i: :

in tilt interest of the democratic ness and welfare of? the people be practiced.. -Ln-sbutg UAKI.VO POWDEH C( 0.. lOG Wall St., N. Y. romrsr.mlrouN.irrtothe: H( nor htt! Wm. F. l i .

jurty. Nothing' will keep the republican the nation has stirrt l 10 poorer the depths : 1. O. 0. -Rt'luur! I FrndG.risnd'trtrofF'Inrdn Mms.! ] : Ooiir.ty Judge! in; is'l, as forth ailmi'.istrotorof ('c>uniy of y''urniture To suit tiny taste mid any pocket. Also, 1" .

out of the control of 'he 'tat.Mif lUviil Brow in!, d.-c.\Ous..J. r.nd I'
lue-'tinff
,' party wrath and indignation of the latter chl nlffiit; ia their every h.a.:Tu"lsy Trans ask liar final i.iKhartir from th. -Imc. : 9 kiub of other !(Duet: Furnishing Goods. :
I the .t except> that the democratic Unfortunately they to \' is out as candidate Y aunt lir-'tlit-rs rordiillvinvited. TI.Js! :9th -iny of rirtolrer A. I>. 13 >l.A. t ,. ,
I charge
appear
party remain nolid. A split would which office he now J. U. II.>?. \,;S \.. r "WXI A. ; ','i
democratic party hdiscriminntcly .. O Xov. 6. 1 91.-Cm Admini"lrutllr.;
ht9 sure defeat.Fifteen enl He i ir, no doubt nn F. J. Fl ELDS. Sec. 's
_. the republican party, with their Notice; of }FlnaS: Ii i
All ; qualified to mali-tgi cmi g?. BEST GOO S lOWEST PRICES 7 f
thousand people crowded wrongs sod glie\'Kn l's. It is a i office but Ihiuk Ins Bradford Lode, No- 42, F. & A. M. fir m"lllh"ltlpr'iUe: I will apply to th" coast- j
,
: fact that this idea.o; unjust to the d we tM""t Tliur dav night brfore'thn, third t. jMlKeot': Brn.t ort! rounty. Suit of flop irLt, i
Into Detroit; to greet Grover Cleveland. tin- nomination is ,; Sunday m ech month.'M. fur final settlement A*ailniinistrHtor of tl><>estate 1
; This! a"'eublage in addition ocrallc party, is being popularized \ :,.fI} \\ F. J1ALPHCRSV.M.. ofFrunk MIIMUCIS, deceased, late (>f KAiicounty. ;+.
d with th.:scot "Tom ,r', \ J. E. W All IUOIiT. Sec. K. W "
Tnuncs
to the city people+ roust have been of a l lack of cnufldeoje. Banner., -. February 8, I.n. AdminiarrntorR6n I f f., YOUR STYLISH A I TURNOUTS

," : very gratifying to the ex-preindcnt, Iu oar owti stale: V7>tes may thus be ; COMER L. PEEK I I II I y i'FOR !

vetted from the dem erotic ranks. ATTORNItY-,tT-LAN and NOTAI4\ I NOTICE APPLICATION OF AD3SISIS y
(or it is a sure proof' that Dana and r'1' -
H, hftm. the :
present
-and- trjtrix to sell the interest of miuorg in certain ['
i ja Sun doe not all the situation calls for rtlie nomination l:1n1-
Il represent : finances, will doubt Fire Insurance. SADDLE HORSES r
rorld'and'th rest of ankmd.I I Tampa of a mr.n wh% is iu actual s)' } O S 'ItM..tIl1'nay 2d, 13V.!? at 10 o'.I X"k a. m..
'I (, I 1 in, the stale.con P..t-prMI'nt'l LIVERPOOL LONDON? & OLOBE I will apply to thw Hon Wm. F. )f"lpIUlrl.collnty 't
*
shy with the upped -loos of our : PROVIIE X'K: WASHIXOTOS, HKEEXWICH. judge in and forth*county of Bradford ji ;
;;\/ which means SECURITY, and state of Kl'trida. for II horitv to sell and : ,F
Ttp ecretary'6f(the has and who can inspire (,be mastiea with HA1CTFORU Fire Insurance nil the right; title an'l fi.ti-rmt convey For Ladies' Gentlemen's Riding
treasury : "i is the man and thor Companies. Ounce lots of Land ia town II.hdcounl.1 of William Phil- fl:: ,J
;instructed conectors of customs at 1 fidence. t for sal*. ] lip!, I/lzjie! Phillips, Jessie Phillips ftmt Rvfavl l (L' '.
with our finances STAUKE P tillips. minor heirs of W. R. Phillip deceaswt. ,
r ;ill United &taten ports that trans. : That MUD ia the H,n. John L. \ : jnelJtf: FLORIDA. I in.-vnd todc following piece or lot e>I lAnd ltll' aDCLcL

.. jtortation of articles' intended for I His catirity sad rear.'t;. Isis sixteen and sled stutf in the of town Florida of,Starke tlpsrnbw county as follows of Brsdford: Sixty bt*' TEAMING OF ANY KIND GO Td'I'

oxhibits at the u. r1d's-fnir must be : experience as u lcjisljtor: with three in Flqrida m'ust pay STlUKK HUITSK.A fi-et off the southrd of a lot formerly noW h.\! p *... < .
J.unnt D Jones to the ,vastor aid t'ISfH' "f the ;
facilitated in preference to all other cessive endorsement by his first-clh.ss Private Hoarding Housi' 0.. 11. E. f t
i party & parly can hard ; church elnF the lot of land dfscriSein -.!
,
importations. h=htbits from fur speaker ef the 'bouse of repr P a ticket. It wouhl Terms Easy of reasonalile.access to all. parts +,f the tow'n. dated
eigu ports are already beginning} to : pre--raiaeQly! quilifjl him to lead to the pvc t.iJg..r "c-q in public ncord>of Bradford. .
New Yvrk'in : prepare nrores Mrs Wm. Edwards, Prop. county. Florida.' SARAH PHILLIPS. Fine Horses and SasMIes. Draft .
jtrriv* al considerablAt o ticket to assured victoqr. : franchise privileges MAIN Sl'KEET. Apr. 1.18925t Administratrix. + Carriages Expert Drirei

prtmhen.. i It is all the more important that Starke Florida.: Master's Sale. Animals and Vehicles: for any kind of HauliiiGOOD b.t:;i

Tampa convention male the proper n 65iu STABLING I AND FEED' FOR YOUtt HOiJSKSJCHARGES. { "- W t<

; l last the Louisiana I lottery baa ination from tie fact that the ph ivrd at the capitol thin Sl'UIXO TERMBRADFORD { TTNTERand L.! lire ami-al hvTirttieof doir made a nnd decree entered of for in clos and ; PROMPT'ATTENDANCE.= I..t

f.r f.iiind a'homc in Nicaragua, where and turpentine irdustn"shave c lady could under 'the bi- the circuit court of the Fourth judicial circuit
Bradford county in a certain i in l
tt has been granted a perpetuah.irteV. 1 ed 'within our slots uennds i of 't the olfice of stjpenu- I chancery therein pending wherein E. Strong cause i iscomplainant. ; STABLES OPPOSITt-HQITT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY, STARKE flAj
COUNTY
<- : "Tte little stale that ha : prepared; rejfdy, and : !instruction In this stair and jiKwph J.Cone a re defendants I will aril!! to
/. f lakrn in this: gigantic scheme of rob to vote:; and the ioj niricjiiit fuel that ) to have a lady opponent? openF..bruar the hiphrst bidder for cash in front of ihecnurho'ndrwrhrthetowuofStnrkrinsaid t "
FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR
(V..t'n''. i* financially embarrassed,, dead and burifl rcpul icitr j in. of ofBradfiri. on county f RAILWAY;: '

.' Lich, .bo'ft'tha.t governments all+ ida and : the ) 2Jli, 1892.> The first Monday In 3'aA. D. 1S92, FLORIDATRUIS I l h IJr\I SHORT LINE. *
i t throughout south lire the same Mng the st-con.1 day of s.xH month and f ,. + .
htiividual
.t I ,. wereoit as i will sometime*+ title ,To all in South Middle and West Florida.Mobile.. New Orleans
antI working for :vaurrt'CtV\ thiough/ .'' Brown's is sending IATIS a lejrnl < .r.y. w.thin the leRjl! hours ofs.Uer.n points end the :
.f't. : )M questionable wher or TUITION: that dry. the'"llowi'ig t real e-tato, situated i in ;j' Direct ccunection.s to all points[ T\orthNeat andXort east. Elegant new SoutJnr,1t
means. disaff Ation that! may arise; ) \Vust cigars in the ed- tl,t' C III t\of IV ud ford and State of Florida described 'f' Koute from Tanii'3 to Cincinnati without change of sleeper. .+
t t tiri'' tirUi.lrct:1i ;irc. in a dcspvrte'con. The actual diUciunce in votes favor his nominatio First Qrade up to Fourth Rea.ler fl.OO ns follows: The east half of the southwest via Montuvllo nnd Thomasville. ;
4 ii i;it..u. quarter of the southeast quarter and the I1HIK MUD In rflert neb 14, 188 l
V the straight republican end our Key West Ha- Int. Grade up to Intermediate Arithmetic, southeast q'larierof the crthea-t quarter and 3 : :SUI'PtilIiUI1"1.t: a I 4 to i 2 i N ES'H..Il\ rN I I t tl ly

,. a. parties of the state as Clht'or / : ; up missipg."Florid" Grammar, Geosraphj-., I 1 I flee th'.esi u-,1 halt t lit"west of the half southeast of the quarter noi-thw-stquarter in section r -p1010aLv fernaodina Ar 3twp+ 94..al 8l'p 7U>aL. Jacksonville 25p 1..R'l'..:. "'i
: "J(( 'ff Iitoa- should I 1.30 7'Oplh5aLv Callahan Ar liSp 7 SO a 10 00 p 13"ab' Baldwin
t.r not fail to and of the S'>-itli west quarter of *-rton four all i itownahipsrveneouthof ia t Ly.OOpJlOl'z"
'f Perry for o"crnM'Willi., only ; t. 900plM5aLT900p Jad on..illf' .Ar 135p 8;HO a 1:1 14a 845a. r J ak' ('i1} L. .2Hp ..ri'fT
: ICi diagnosed the Medical l AK OC"I'i Third de.common school course to Algebra rai pp tW nty..twot'"t, .
j by > 4500. Witii fort- \"e counties ID -- and contna.inp an area of nor hundred and sixty UOT.pLv Baldwin Lv itl Sa 6*>a 135a 933aAr LiTeOak LT 540p ti40aa.
; iatiufj 'Iicn It meets at Vest.It more or less. Terms 1117 p 17 p Ar ylla rite Ly I14;aI:1J a aArSuwanneeSp Lv3IOal024aAr '!
Key seek the man and not Latin ew., .icres cash purchaser .
2.50
stair and 12 Hawthorne IT 10 48 3 Si Madinon
: iti: average loss to our ; p"ring for Utcs.! JAM'T. \VILL Sip 223pAr11&a a a LT 4 Hp ISSa.i
is asserted that Jeff has scales : :51 pAr Citra I.vlO-Jla 2" a 43 a 11 3. II Ar Monticello I.. 326 4SO 1
on from disaffection of is being Carrie:! nut in Fourth Oracle, colleriate. Algebra Geometry April 1, 1892. Special Ma :cr.Sheriff's P It
fag boiler and) this tlhoulrl any sixty votes 3 31 p Ar Silver E rims F.T 9 33 a 8 20 a 205pAr TalJahagm L. :uti p 310843a 1. '.
question each we have office deckers 2 12 a 344pAr (,cola LT705pAr 9 21 a 1 43 a : 41pArQninry J.125.\V '
be Willed 'definitely."-Apalachicolllnui. county supplemented by tile lau uau. Sciences etc., 8.50STAKKK 1 ; ] Sale.v Homosassa L.TLeegbur "Wa IOllla 4.0p ArF.iirJaicti-.K! ; IYt'llpliUa 1701,1)
a
I lican votes, guided and guarded by and but few people .. DERanl1 virtue of three eserulio: Ja 4 50 a SllpAr835pAr ? LvUtial010rG3'p1HOpArt 1'rnearola l.w t31a 743p.
Fticalyptus leaves l are roc disaffection, would defeat the -Perry Dinner. FLORIDA. l sued out of the circuit: court 4'h judicial R 545a750a 541pJr Tavares LTl035a 830p SCO a AT74caAr Mobile LT 110.
i ommrndtnl for boiler incrrstation & f2 circuit in and for the county of Fr"dr l l. .tdteo Apopka Lv 842a 555p91Ua Xt'wOrlpar.II Lv MENp .
.. nominee. ?Florida,all bearing date March: 19th. 18r!:, 9 00 a 71'pAr Orlando LV 4 30 p 6 EO a Ar iloutgomrty Ar ;):5.. 1
hutiu j one
; 1 ..f'ercH' nothing wil the dem- in tarnrof Joseph Ferst. Aaro Ferst aiiaJopriljSlrau.sS. -. 315H 440pLr Wildwood L. f20al2: :iOp lliapAr r.irniutba, LvSlOp
: man secures
Another caution to exercise Wanted. 51-2 C DadeCitrPlant LTLT 711 1"SI1 73<>aAr Na
"
prob-ibly till the great partners doing hu..ii:sd nudcr tlc I 15pAr7iapAr a p ;hviU Lv 7ra

ttbniond pointed boiller billercltt tvorraer.; a new dam is fie fact tli.it) the pre.:-nt r1r- for the presidency, it A few gixnl LM l'..s and Geiillerr.en, to i firm pltfntitrsourinfnvuroS.nmt"tnJ ttylcf M.Oucfenheimer.!''erst'sSonsfb Ab-.. I';i. ct 7 .4ai.OI.Ar j a t | CitrTampa Lv 5 6 59 00 A a 8 917p 10 p 652aAr: i n Ar Cincinnati Lc.v.isviile I.1.. i 750p=10 a ..;

law is satisfactoryvhui 'tho. contest ; 2uWmark c'sl1vts'for the GASKKLL UTEUARY r.:hem GucKenheiintr an-Sniir.tei S. Gui'ien I 5jp Ar WaldoG&inet.ville Lv 11 00 aLT 7 5aAr bt. Lenin Lv 7S6p .P-
limply between the ; CLL'U at n putrniiU-oof: 75 00 per month hrlarr.turtnrrsand ni,'rcharita doing business S fA p Ar 1"'J3 a S 10 p Ar Chlcajro J v 4 15 1> -
Our readers. will be very much intrtvsttfd Minima ( ,(' .-- Addre.at under th-ftrm n&t'eof S. Guckenheinier Sons, 1S'Qp.\r Cedar Key Lv Rna a 1 I 'WANKKKIVEI: : ROlHKx I1
in and republican panic.but; sh uhl! di< iilainriffs.: and i>- e iu f ivoror Chattanooga Sadleer d. Trainsos 1. 20 and 1C daily. Pullman curs+ 7:10 a l.v oiul.'k.o"Y1Ue .1 w s .
that MessrsTruhy r
.
learning !t. P
is BRIGIIT.r.o61r .
the only ii C'Oinpiiny. a corporation orgauizeJ uuderthelavsol between Jacksonville and New Orlecns.a
paper 8 13 aLT Baldwin T.T 40 \
'Slcrnbnrg & Co.. to who W..ltt'm! acd Owen Ow n", Jr.,
be formerly AND; CUM3KRLAXD KOUTE. 1015aAr1059aAr
,
prise there be encouraged by republican support White pflnes L. a 3lpJacper
seems to rrtncrsdoinpbusineastnulerthe
+: firm
no Hume ot
aid law would militate t ne s candidacy. .for goy- STARKE i will Jt defendantA. I levied 6- 1 -0 1 I .1 I tf LT SMp
ow..ull have
Hive .nuc.ii DRUG n '
Emit. just concluded negotiations \ ? COMPTStark ut -- 1201 pAr ',]do&* LT Soip
i will fell
and at public ouU-ry on 4 30 p HMO aLT jRcksonTille: : Ar t 15p "50a
which will"'lablA them to pub I t I the illiteratf* 'I.hit'oc ai rite i : -- The fir-1 M, nday in :.:rtk 2.tles.irre 55', p I1C V<'a Ar Ffrna'-dina IT 2 ? 7 CO a 200 S.'SpAr pAr440aAr Atlanta Macon L.l1ooa LV :0*
lib in fonnection black vote. bring the second day of'tid mo''th nnd 5 3') p Ar Bninnwlck LT fc (INS a Chattanooga
I.r If5
with their a
.
announupmcntH News I ale
t I ) say South a I lejral djjdurins the legal hou's of sale -
in this paper, the roostjuteivsiinc These tact4 ctnnot Iw i*:1orctl. C.n. .-rte K candidate for on that day the following personal, propor tAllihestrck y: ro9.1,=,S and 10 daily. ,it
of merchandise
consisting dry CRACXEP.-naily .
7T.TING except Sunday.JaclsonyiWe
utrikinp; and' art stic then. nfford to nominate u mtiiMinply north of Ocnlu. Roods, notion. groi-erif-confect.oueries. sad d. 94 Lv Ar 4 Wt i 13p (. Ar
r Silver Spricgs lOJj
n;use he is politically ambitious und i .,., 'l t, 'lery:., being harness the,tin.stock wood of and goods glass in fire the crockery store one, lOla l051aAr Ar l.awt BaMm! ,Lvi roo -_i> SCp LT kola Arl247ArJISJa*'

tiu-ir way:iuo print This is rimpllnuthcr r seeking the office Or because: he. \\ 1 boom w cut- t .4 :i 1'r' rf: l. r-Ip ..1 t door cast of the post office in the town of +srarkfonurrlyoecuiW e, 1(104:1 Ar Stark.y. Ar*r Slip 325r) 3-7pLT]tp L. Ij.coochfe Wildwood ArlOV*

> rt'i.lencc of t.he fact that hail from any special section of the & &. into Jeff Browne's err by O wen O.vcii3. Jr.! by. in Wills the &town Owens o. Starke and latch; ass> t150a 11'5. At"Ar tiYeldo >r :3"p Jill! LT Owl't1Sboro' .a.r Id6l& i{'
Ilowthorna -
3li +tr"- Truby, Sternburg & Co. Or as % rrward fur any' merely -rL r .; ,. f.,.,..,, xi:'. ali sad the:tor snare. aNo aol one lamps road cart confer and mill two, etc hue. now i 1rs. i ic 1213,1 Ar Ar fitra Ar rl9p 223p 321pLv 41tp!! tY Mint Dade CityTampa City ArlOIIArf47.* ?.1.1U'tp > .

kn..x_. not. onlv. .how to. keep Ul .with work JlusV-lLo success of our party : .)sa Call. Sad property sold ns tli" property of Owea ri1vt'nprir J.1' i jjp 500p Ar LT fCta,
J. L Y. t
Owens Jr., sai I For mformaf ion local
-" 't- tot-atisfy exfcuti&ns. s.e *g-nc. Ticket: offlc*86 VT. Bar sttretcornarAoganDrpotfoe4N,
IUf' times, nut Know h.to the welfare I of e, flO extensive real I
malQIt consequent our people! es Tbe Ilrrl'lel bI'intoo 4-.um bt-Mloni., and.. N.n IIl'glln.tr -f JvisonvDle.X 'A. .. P. $-T.A.
-- --- --- -- --- O.
It ,Jtt the lead they have secured "bv hawrdcd iu order ;o flatter the vanity c'it). narrowly Map-- ?, Fla., sirtt to ) crnl.lclewill :ukn pive; at the,-'un--tore S PFXXINGTOX. TArt' 'isnaa f'T". MacDoneIffG
.:,,,rZ.1itwraht] : lit aUKI'ks of. pneu in bh rke, Urftdford county t'l"ri ll,o8l'a,1, Htreet
: ), courage and fair ambition of a disciple of Blackstone northern part of the i>ned..'resftt oft post osier, where-aidt,x>d.-
DEALERS IN
f'aIm;. a thousand times no. The state's rwent bllr.za.rd. Mr. era now stored. T ruts ciu*!'. n A nOfi nnU ? Ir'r :; 8 FLOBSDA
P. S CIlEW '
.
a
-- I interest demand economy and to tlriV* several Sheriff of B-adforrt(01111 h'Ilri s. Ur.UnU fi r 1thJ f2t1 ... .
form and DRUGS, fc -
If tLt .vp.s so thnrI By C. E. Juuss 11'p. 5herifi''. I
+ j enplc's party put a state ship. I .tt ho win una.Vo to Ad:!: t.l'3< I
yei
ticket in tlip field ; tltUI G IXES nnll Train leaves and
this -
for Macon
year the probHbilTti We must not co to Tninp-i iu of.M liour nftor hit- ------p-- -- Hampton
who have be
.-i( HIV that the republican party confidence. The war'of with a severe TOILET A$T ICI.S. OiL'l\VJfiWomen aches+ neurslgia. ,d11hf's. taclr-
politicians Fcnnty profuse and
Hal' vlect! its ticket and thus ceaEe.D era of good feeJing and 1;upHr.. or liuisr"t drug foyer store and Mr. 61'ECT.ICLE'I'R1r5 F,3. ett. painful t.fthe"omb Menstruations and disorderciU:ceiu.il OHM> s.ciiplucements hu'ren-- all points in the North, and Northwest ),.

rapture thtiatate. The alliance men stored confidence C'U; iabrl.tiii'i 'Cniisli ii.s*. leijcorrhoou iiould K-nd ffr'\VOy"S'S
must dawn Pie I'.riJ1lin.| prtlrcd% J"t all hours d at 8.50 and 8 55 South
are Intl good democrats: to want this Just he had often hPllld, "ymch25 BOOKOF LIFE (eralrqfrvr withpurficularg .I a. m. p. m.
now, on the eve of a great pro of lartru los. He- or night. for home cure. XO CURE SO PAY. Scientin- i '
: .
htate} of affairs to exist: Tho peo- dential tlcc'inn. disaffection: among wonderful mid that in A Bllliuu putt Half. qualiflclionsunlimitrderpcrieocecrrtutdiaguostaand: ho est representations are the secreu- bo.und,8.5q p. in. and 6.1* a. m.
do
1ec }' r1.Y'me'n not come from breathing quite ear I of vur sutxrss. Address. C. W. PARKMR t.
ocrats tneuns the rice lion of a n' The bove! is esiini:'ii ii I Iti'e i l the am, M D, .
1.hi publitso; ( ranks and taking tho tufdicinn tine ttO; X. Cherry street.Nuh\'iIe,Tenn. tt't 'I '1! ji ,-i 'i r
conseq- president. We would hut weld Haut heirs to ui clxinu'd estates in ..
upntljr the 'vote' insteado was nble to tame to i ---- For information aiiph I ot tie : or to tbo nnv.. '' Kyublir.an the (inks of the chum that has galled Blnice reyHnls; hU vure+ EngUnd. Irelnvil. Scoihmil, Wnles.. Ger- DEFORMITIES I to itst'tifs compnnv :
s ('htiMijj'diminishwd will be iucjv.isul many and Fninct. The lu-irs 1l'. KNA1MV" JAMES 3IENZIES.Trsflic .
.
ue fdi
: '
fur tliirty-one long The and says HH wi'i l ''o> Crocs eyes, bare lip, cunaturoofthesoine, I t
: ; by ;;cttipt'cial efforts that will be years. only without a txittle of IK chiefly ilie Uuitetl'Slates l ih-.vx-iiil-i club feet, hip Joint dijii-i.-H.and all e'orujitics of \1111a'rt'r. i:wpn, (?::1. ('+n Asnit, Paalka! Fla. '
diide td'get fill! of tin- republican party is disunion i .such '-Remell+ v.-Den M!' >>f is( {IiI Ie who criis ril tl'uoca'i; fears : the'hands arm*. U" and f& t. ra.\H aIl} CUre u _?.
a vote out, so as to di3fTectiou jn'the D1"Artttrtgrnfs,. : -r
democratic ranks. ( ) Review. 50 rent aco. You vrh<> lead I this are i .
Jr i p back and control! the stile. Dolt ; all) iueMine deat earnestly Superfto s hair, wi nerio-. oic.. ere. oainlefcsly PHIVATBLYING-IN DEPAIETMK.NTI r f/ W'.II..r..WE.\K. t+ERrOC'f+. DEBtt ;'
great principles of r>ur party are gad r8..;: rt'qllesrlrl'n corrvsp'ttiil.1 with he. und lt-r- and perfectly! remored. Send Tor valuable IS r 'C* *Ki>.who* in folij or knorance b *+ 'f
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f"third arty men realize this? sound and lor the v.vfire! of the I. fri gt rieil. if your p+-<-p. c am r r tn-ni act.." treatise on the >.btyl. C. W 1. RKEH. M D. *she TorthhnvltirJ If Rh'was your.finRli'T III U11 ,r C.M! iWi4T !her! v.I- cf p,d y. M fell"S
The actual difference between the Arnica Salve. the Pen. J Rrrnrnilfr! Ih"t" letter to thiscountry 340 X. fhtf.ry street,Se, t+4ilie. Te'un. you would vrtninly s-u- ).a! I>ito *.n ua- S' asUnLtMKKcutirfrferrtbto: cIraJaI'; .'.
i p"ip'.c.: Stiy by tlif gnarl old i-ljip ] the world for enrs, .- tivf ci.-iit Kiy.pled; tncn ear under ol. mn rUb\1 i e ">. .T-j.r- oleo tte "I's! of' life.. JuucJaclif, bacluckifC
democratic and republican vote in the last plank of the old &n! Il"a! men and suiter.l ria.e. a lady (flnds t-Te'.i lln" c.iini-l' n to Ii- |:((ifa.. pia xp( 1-"'*.t,
'I sure write \otir nnnie Kr.ihi'idiis" plainly. : Dn .; 011D pr.-ice both herself amf..iiuiiv. u..I"| -ia xmietl-iiiir J the fare and all th. {
( .'. Florida is only about 5,000.; Has hull i id blown to the ixittom of | e(? han i chill! hin", Alw'bfml 25 fi-nis to p:ty for po. iH
-: thw matter been considered, what p+,1't cal seas. Let FJ.n la '( : pruptions. and posi aed f+-ci-m-non-h-nc'. We rlii *n their 'arflution (seuViirree valuable. AnemrntwenfirrG. till cla-s or rortuna'e r'It un(sexrr)1! f tee with purti.irises. of a ttaM' jt-trt
of remain ;l' u.iil to help win the !;rl'.t. : nr tin pay required. It" fi-r t i.Hrsti ori.1 '.t rp no'hing 'e:1,. niw they can b. lure r nC hunts and ylrlK' an flncant Ii ,me In-w'.,u-h tnrsmtteatprirsc I' it fo. NO CUKK: tie PAY. ..
hope' success they can possibly \ f" IM.IVM jHaDfc.m; by wriUnJ | Ui ohsfrvt l. mid }mdh- fc.m'-dlatr ,
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; !' The S. L. J. A. met at Mrs. Gas-1 The council Jiave nppointed Capt. Heiber WAST LAND ON LONG ISLAND. 'Washington Littler.j i- S od'baIchi42O4.2t.3Tbat .

J&DFORDCouh1YTaEGRftPH. kins this wet'k. 5 -Ifl.F1telJIaClC.Wi9h5.O7.thC' S is whL bgv'.i ftc'-ii" 'Y S *
er a ftdinmitlee to confer with the S. j WaMiiiiglon. April evry 5
Onndmli of Thoonnncln of Arrca:of I7n- UnparalSeiclBargains! gStQpadubon-.Mirl pt-r* ;< tk .
jJ I L.I. A., tiini We tcpe; to have some dctlnilc -- foul bir.I HincUl .
The first Monday was not a verr I developed Territory. Or 14-kamt cold filled &* irc- '
1892. to neck. The needless remind the sire flapping c,minou ly over.thU nilminisUation. c rtnted Fine RVIn .'f Wb
"xturke, Fla.. April, 8 bn'y lay this time" ne\vs report next It is perhaps to m for 20 ye*r '

pith must come. Let u-5 nil pit1 it along reader that there anmnne 447.000 acres vihirh Jms .lx>.-n i l-tuiiH ..iy'jrepubUcniifc 1 ham 'TDOTemeDt. Stem wit.d nod .k4
4 r Dr. Scott has its aud 1 New L&ceKetr \ Lady or gtni'g sirr. EqaAl li tsti't$5tY
.some very fine wheat With all our migl t. of waste landa in Suffolk county Long -tor purity bom-sty

E; Local affairs._ growing in his yard. Island. They are now covered with ever to "render unto <*;?- .ir ;Iott w'uich.i. i 2 Veil.ngs, watch. To feuure agents where we tinoae.
New Hamburg EJdlnt. .-we sH one e1- the ,H nlln f i
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{; J. G. Alvarez for the best
to stunted pines scrub oak and underbrush. "
xvlien Csar's wf 'reat trrs-nul H '.5
purity
nwa Watches Ii's'
you a ; Xew Sxvtis Embroidery TI-c cJV! priU. t4 suit

ThVbyuy.inferiOrQ'Swet Homeat the same City council met lat Tuesday 5e. cigar. _ _ If tillable these barren acres are advantageously and honesty, is shofkeil "r'ue-s' -thtlensM fhiVh1e1'.tSlit
1 'a get night in the council situated for the of
rooms. experiment lI)5t' ? Ir
hi i Ladles' Under VeU.X '$ II& t"tybi.I'Ir nw.
Any nrat
& Richard. County Commissioners.Hourd most reezt.emposnres.; > mia \
-j.rice at fleiberger colonization. The question aa to their X Baits, Our at iJt-.tp S'1 s.yb't
Several new sidewalks have met April 4. ::12. All membeis \\Tolt! lit?. And wh.-t! makes the mnltrr .., trsl' '
been both til
A fQUIW'- of paints at possible fertility has been answered 1 Mi< t s* Corstta, :r % -ii v.ji; *. Tinn-

Truhy, Sternburg
Petition to pkceG W (stokes on already demonstrated, that those who tlarrioni(twit pan'** i. ite In.waup onof 1 U'utKs ware, Tin ware "Vooden wan, I IVucLery -: :-. at..' f'c1 C, 'J4- ,M. fft
Jonew' white dieas goods Geo. Scott is home this week wiii'it L'ilie'Ettet. ,.. .. ;rwi
t i Sce.t. denied their under likim Br insUuce. it
pennon roK granted itt $?.5O iwrr month productiveness proper fie vorj.5 ;'* w'iR .i ( ware. Umbrella SuspepJers ih-;,. but the wssj4'On.
from school mh. pria
) -before you| purchase._ --a-__ __ tion. at. Melro.se on a vaca I i; J 1'or'yllHics>t->rfd to pauper hit nt cultivation have been in error. Years a n pub;ican e..n'ttr vLo on Jinfloor of ., Hosiery Shirts and Under -hirts, HanUJcrvhif .- -.gie"I .eloLbIe agest' nit.t for

1L To eec is to liny-Hodges' new $?.ty) pet month. I5uird| .appointed two ago Governor John A. Dix called the the ernie prucl.ii'nttl. ami produce! tlm fs. foliar* and Cuffs, Psrfumery. i each pl .iVtite for partitutars
attention of the New York State Agricultural Knives and Forks and 14.000other rt4cleawhJch
KMPIRK WATCH Ca.
'; J goods Rev. F. R. Holeinan will freeholder in each olt-ctUtu district according documents to |>rntint the ti'i1rli.* .
: __ preach society to these lands. caanot be.euuirerated here which 44; 'i't.5O Mide o LauC" otk.vtct21.IT .,-
r Before you buy your spring and S. 141 the Episcopal church next Sunday to Sec. 15 ib; 4010. ,1ws of Florida Since Governor Dix wrote many successful of the Imittn burcm >base for monthlieen }. will be offered at prices never before heard j -- -

their tryiir: 1 1 compel iht-- army offiwr. ', (,f lit the history of StarVe. -. --- -
Bummer goodn don't fail to look at Morning. lojiwl \\ilh the tax HJtse-Mir in experiments in cultivation, of : -- -

.our$. Truby, SternUirg & Co. The dUtririg to ussfSi and value u'l:! real prop these lands have ..confirmed his judgment. wfco H ntlin Iiuli:>iii* jjer.t a: the Pi: >- Come and secure verne c* them before | 4F.

silver mine article in lastweek's erty in their districts to-wit : 1)it. No. 1. None of these can have more interest Ridge gvLcy. to ;jicrepi nnl iiiuV: they ar all o&e. 14 .TEJRT, 1).

t N. ..J..Jone. has a full stock'of TKLKGRAPII caused a great E.G Hill. James Rich; No 2. G E Kellty.Thos for the sociologist than that of :120.COO po-riN( of bacno wulih h:i'l ecu '
funeral coffins and caskets deal of mirth. Nsw Ifurk Auction Store.
supplies, the Bohemian situated
colony, midway
I. J Drklc: No 3 J E TOWHM-. C W rnt te iheapcury b> H L'Lirajjo c r at all prices. between Ronkonkoma and Sayville in With &arkc IhntymyBtf L'oniyS
,
i: Mr. E L. Odom, a promioeot Iuglss ; No 4. A C Odom, II N hodges; what is fertile that rrfuseii l In11a* rnsy nttiti-r. IKCJUJHSof
now a garden
spot
:' All kinds of hauling done urompt- merchant of Lake Butler, was in No 5. E l' Ward. \Y II Pmholstcr; No 6. bursts unexpectedly on the view-an its being urfii'. to e.U. How Mr. il.ira- Call for a 'Democratic MauM.'eetlng. '

':. y at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'a stables. town Monday. | L D Wall, T W Sweat; No 7, M K Biasley oasis in a deube and dreary wilderness cf stilt'lUtiSt enjoY reniiing the letters from -

f }; ;:: Still on deck with the greatestjn Mr. Julius Willj* Joncd. Trr.ikiirer prutrutud dwarfed oaks and prolific underbrush the sait.llr 1-niuii cojri.i>. it
$ Kachelhofer has returned h's quarterly rcp .rl cntU>AS March 31. Thia community was formed a score of honest uruiv olSccr iti bi'hhlf of the di3- n.eet in Starke on Saturday the 2Ud day ,

4 4 bargaiflB summer goods. to the west, going this time under circumstances the most hiotist.COnhl'itcier. of April at 11 a. m, for the pnrpseof
1892. and turned over 1.7i4.06.rouuty years ago
: Truby, Stemburg fc Co. New 23 to attend the PHYSICIAN AND SUP.GEOICt
to Mexico. Near the lit selecting delegates county .
compared with auditor's books unpromising. picturesque ; It VMS ;iil o H repnUican senator % ho.us .
: the J adiea ot Marker scrip; same convention to t* hold in Burke" April 98.
t To : tie round lake called Ronkonkoma, so
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Mrs. Edwards has built and cauceled and burned. He also filed cknirtuan of lliu stnatt commit oniiutniirritinn. 1892. to select delegates to attend the state
a
. f We .would.call especial attention very deep that local legend pronounces it unfathomable ** Orac es.<.,
nice sidewalk in front of her house bond fund report and turned uver f349 50 i first (1 JircctcJ public attention and congressional conventions, and discuss
T line of fine shoes. and whose outlet has
Every .never STARKE FLORIDA
lo our pair the advisability of nominating county -
II) the flirt that otflcials of the treasury
on Main street. In which was canceled and flied .
1 uarraxited to give satisfaction.Truby' coupon been discovered, lies Lakeland hither officers J. M. .loiINs uyUtf .

L Sternburg & (., with tkik. to wild tract of scrub and furze, on department li.nl aiithonzetl (Ihe eipend.turu Lh'n Dem, Dist. Ex. Cora 8tl 1)iL S
: o. Lend
) hand forward
a to
helping I'aupt-rs $ S6 00 which itv
Nice mounted pictures for sale the city park. Nothing will beautify Tas. collector ;34t) ('K 0 colony. Ainaiisj those who were induced any lejri! :tti thou ty for pf ni'inj I r-u the

: cheap at Morgan's_Itazar. the town more. K L Adnnis court grounds \\'k! 7 61 to pun habe Lind there in the djys building j" the itniniirnotUioii, on for a Convention County Domoeratlu S !:'y3 or.J: CcL'nsa'lars' at L&w,

Job printing of all kinds at, the Mr. T. A. Knight has returned Tn-usiiitT Morgan Bros stutinntiy 47 H Jji 67) when n>ui
. TgLEqRLPIIottice. n..nts de-enned it t13 an Eden, evo which cominiUi-ts! i inmi- 1892. at 11 a. m.. for the of *-:-
from New York where he purchased H.'.id atid bridge work CO 3.J on purpose STARSCE. BRADFORD CO. FLORIDA.

:. &: The Traveler's Hotel.in Jacksonville a large stock of goods. .J A.T MrKinoty. bailiff.. gvjmy 0ti tins but short thus in
125 la country a ent Bradford county the state convention -
first-class hotel pdti jury of .J.y for Center Fernandina
is the only to ;)( p:1chzg pomibiliiy Fla.
before. at Tampa on June* 1st. 1892.
Two \V W Tuniblin, county roui 4 4D 1,11
the Methodist
L keep open_all summer. persons joined J B Crews, .. 440 The heads of these families were John it upon oira on ofllci.il. It c-innot be Also for the purpose of Selecting ten -
church in lake B A K Ft ELD BROS.
by baptism ,
r The nicest table damask in the Crosby E A Todd '. 860 t ; Kertochvil, Joshua Wavra and Joseph clinrg-il tli>.t politick li.td Auylhinir to do delegates to attend and represent Brad

:: 'city at N. J. Jones' cheap mammoth last Friday afternoon. G \V Clyatt 9 SO Houla. They were honest, creduloan with espoaiiigiiher of tIL5e *.!Hr.nnens ford county iu the mate congressional CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS
II 1080( convention to be held at Gainesville on
.1 R Williams
All the that folk, unfamiliar with the wiles of the of rro.ikrilnvdi. 'ili psubitiu otllc '..eantatt Will build Ro.iJ, .
I thy goodsstore. money was not given T B Hartig. bailiff 3 7rJ Auinist 1892. n Cturche. Stores aid
"boomer. und they purchased their i [lr/ lhtrrsna Ins lu-d with h'rn so 'I election district of the School Houses. Satisfaction
to Cnlpepper wa carried by G Alvaie/. r.-nt for Arrg/wy S 84V he county arc guaranteed or a*
: a: The best Rio coffee 5 Ibs. for $iI away land his But"when
unseen on representations. ontilh-d) to the following delegateo: pay. Terms cash or time to responsible
the "flying jenny" man this wee'k. J \ Alvarez A Co. hauHuj 1 1 (M tong tbul Ii '* hits protiiiiily! bcnif :u'CU3- partie
lieiberger & Richard's.A in tho waning Autumn they aad District No 10. Lake Butler New
I at Win F Jlulpiiurs. keeping Lunatic R BO tanned Jo it; buf HO-JII* ot Iiiix.i' nilmisiion4 .. 1. Lswley. and River Florida.
.1. W. Alvarez did rh c't 3 00W their wive and little ones beheld Lake 2. Lake Butler 37. inehllSm
1' new.stock ot coffins and caskets & Co. a big F (5 Haialop. aniug r-wui UtI3L have )bwu
N. J. .lonea business last Sunday. The H Rivers flue for stove 30 land, iti only harvest frost tinted, sun very interesting 'S 3. Palestine, 9. -
at people H. E. LAGERGREX
I. Clerk nud uudilor S3 29 j dried crinkling leaves, their hopes sickened reading for hiai. I' 4. Providence. ii.I .

4 ; .- Have you tried Sweet Home flour? know wherego_ for fine turnout Sheilff; 5770 and they would have returned t<> Tbdririt step tuw.ircU; tin- tariff roform. ,. 5. Pine Hill. 1Z.I. LAND SUR ilYOR.

The kales are increasing every day. J. W. Alvarez & Co. ha.ve a handsome I) K Wmaright. let M-e-r.ff 7 l) | New York if they could. But they were which the: eiii.cr.tk parts vvi.l as k the I. 6. Starke. 23. .
: The best trade tites it. For bale F Witkovski. court services 3 00E without to themselves in 7. Hampton. 7. Deputy County Surveyor.
by of i means support V.tera touii.srse next Nenibi will
bay mares the finest I We reeor.mend that the various election
span Mil-nil l 0 40
i & E .1 ult OS. dep the Hence, indifferent where it AH Lines run from t'. S. Field Kote.
Heiberger Richard. city. Surreys
i Iwve beta taken when the hou bold to their
select
4 matched team ever owned in Starke. W O 'lisou, ttiliiot on l ond< 138: 3JW r passes districts mass meeting "jevpllirr
The only $2 a day hotel in Jackaonville S TSWEitK*. might bo found, they sought more promising tin prin tT free wool lull this \\rc-k. If delegates on or before April 3d. 1893J. 'aii fii Mct r JP-nlnnze. System*, te.tTr ..,
t 'ace.
Prof. McDonald and Dr. Gaskins CJeik and Auditor. territory toward tho *south and L. HiLt.J. .
is The Travelers. the republican *. n.ite MV hi tt> refuse to
STARK :
FLORIDA
T made firms White after wandering a distance of three miles M. JOHNS Ch'n Dem Ex. Com. y-
a trip to Springs
Four-iti-haud P.ISH this bill. .*to muca nu wur>w for the Bradford Co.
Spring goods in an endless quantity mat Saturday to attend the Chantauqua. If you want .1 jirc-tty they knelt in the woods to implore ill- lecretary. ..A.PCTICCANDY

at N. J. Jonea mammoth store. tic 04- scarf cheap go toJ. vine direction. By common impulse LelUl.iLlflfl. J.tl tOy. C. Third Party Rally.At .

: \V have finer and _ _ G. Alvarez. they voie> moved to choose the spot Clevrl ud or Itif YVeaitf/t JIan. STORE
line
a held
prettier a meeting of citizens at Unity
whole they thus knult aa the center cf ,
of than The next meeting of the S. L. I The nomiuet of the ilemw.tiic party
goods ever. Married.At their settlement. school .house the St. Louis platform was
A. will be Iru'd' next Monday even- ituaiz to be Jlewtoiiil or a nebtcrn man. S
Trnby. Sternbnrg & Co. tlie rwidenep of Mr. T. I*. \VrL. ntLitenllr. The men plodded back to Lakeland.and unanimously adopted and we respectfully C. R. EXSEY,
mhz at 4 p. m. at the home of Mrs.I. act il itt ftlto flher prohibit cow tlut this
Wagoni and wheelbarrows at March 31. Min Ln ir.t E. \?'arcl\ thence laboriously .brought their ask the co operation ot all citizens of CORNER RAILROAD AND SUtX CTBCfiT,
C. Webb.Tlnee will bt the ieuit. Sir.
Chielanit'pofi-
I _Morgan's Bazar. to Mr. John D. !ILixt-r Ilv.Um. T.M.ilphtir personal eUtcts. the more important of Bradford county in a mass meeting to be STMRKE. FLA.

weeks from will I Coth Ri'liv which were n canvas tent'nnd'a cooking uhtiiiy is l-eiugt; Mnitt."ited ujurrnn:I more held Lake Butler the second
Trade yesterday t; otlicia'i'is ons at Thursday,
: at; Walter Wills'! cheap st ve. \Vhea shelter was thus seemed f'te.trh cveiv il y. nud sonic Lnke it forMntiu
cah and be the county convention to.siMidde'ejratrR uneI'er (11' tin- OnLn 55iplnt( chunVn. the 14th of April, 1892. at 10 o'clock a. Vegetables Caiidle. Fruit aud
g store save 15 per cent on and an attempt made to kindle a ore U th.it luu puts out uf the qiuolion %
to the state and .congre- I m. J. 2'l. MotT. Cfu. Summer Drink.
.* .groceries. Men'w Miaw liat various stvlatid was sorrowfully discovered that there the nltrriiMtivv, ot t n westeiu nwn.Thi. .
sional conventions. and was not a match in.the colony: and all -8 8. SESSIONS, Sec. COCO COLA Nerv TIM.K and CHAM1M1GNE
nice at ..
NEVGGOD f-hapes, cheap; id not lh*- C' su. It i- pulp bj'! true
NEVGOODS >I1
T.
z. all Capt. Rtfiiaid and Mr. Truby T. G, Alvarez.Y.us Bohemia laughs to this day when the -in fst. t\uh ,111 department' at story it. told of John Kertochvil seizing tlou* for
'Slcatnihip Line.
land for Agent Mallory
have ofTewl donate
to a
-tliut 31r. (Jleveluud the Ural
i. Truby, Sternburg & Co. Fou Lec'J his musket and firing the charge into u nul cUniccol The democratic party of. the state of oet96m
Now what will the -
city park. city F(..Hoinj if a biographic *ke'r! ofYan tlio grate, thus providentially kindliag u majority of the democrats of the Mis- Florida will hold a state convention at -

New line of low *hoe just. leccivcd council do tow.ud it. I'ou Lee. the ChinaiiMiiat ho kci nirs the lire while running the risk of blotfilig si3sippi valley, (coin wlioia would come Tampa on Wednesday. June 1st. at 12

w at Truby, Sternburg & Co. The Ladies' Aid S.K-ietv of the the Institntf tI.ight: the prrciojs stove to pieces. the luipelut zecd.3s.uy to put a western m.To. for choose the following delegates purpoos to represent: the BRUBSTOREI

The men found work on the Great man ul lim front. Tins is true because
ThC.TELGRAPU will he sent to Presbyterian flnm-h was reoi *tjized Mr !. U 30 venrs ot nse. II ; was state in the National Democratic Convention -
last I IU"IaV. -MiK Strong i K Mil to Anur'CA ill IKTu( by Ihejrovrinaien1 Cnwcsc South bay near by, or on the farm/i of there h.-tve been no booms; because the to be held in Chicago June 21. 1892. _
a'ddreiss for
any $1 a >iar.Goto and Mis* Emma Truby t" IK* ecluciiteil lojjHlier *'it I, the sontluido gentry; and before long democrat, ot (lie valley hate very sensibly To nominate candidates for the offices

president 119l vv. I He went lhu, ,sri the raedami each family dwelt in its primitive hut of Governor one Justice of the Supreme
I J. W. Alraiezib Co.Vble resolved not to nominate Ml Cleveland
a- scret arv. high 1.C111'4'1 In riileee 1:1 lt. 'A '31 n.tl.e and men and women unitedly labored to or Court, a Secretary ot Slate. Attornev-G-n-

::4: for fine tin nouts. I ?.Y-i 11111c01. fimii'ic llie stuileui" l''s clear the laiidund prepare it for a crop. any one else before the convention meeln. eral. Comptroller, Treasurer. Superintendent

--- ------ Orange county ha* alresidy svleet- iniK-ii Antci j(.I1tjZ.t and ClinMian't' d. The narrative of their struggle would be The nomination will be the worL of
c Baby earr1gts ii cd her deUuate* to the state antiIflhi.re1"iL1a1 culled il.em ti- tnt_. Lee xsent wiib iIi.! monotonous: Enough that it was successful. not of unrc.i'ouing enthusiasm. of Agriculture and four Presidential Electors
mnnMitioiiR. resl and w *s put into the 'l'itlsin: t.BVilac.idimy I und Alternates thereof to be roied
TrubV, .S trn1urg & ( 'o. ( They Gradually their numbers wore Mr. CIcv land is the favorite, but all th..se
: Br \\neand ( to piep-re f(>i O11V'ti vrvic.e N"lh for HI the next regular state election, and
are rli\i to transact such other business as may

4 ;. Finest i* uifectk>ncry and fruits Miti-hell. t1 1 to IKir.ti .fTird. hut in vain. > o IKt.n.k countrymen until there are now fifty- Mr. Clevtlaud u. aiuut. the attempts to come before the convention.

: armed Walter Wills' itroti1 to Yitle 11. two houses and 250 settlers in the eokmy. counties in the will
L just at 'hep Mr. Geo. K. Pare 'IAS returned frewh leive. ret break him dovtu .iv equally ia favor of The different state J. L. GASKINS
cabb utore. 14<.V4. U-cluied IllS WL' tlnoiiah Tha; univci Pretty little dwellings they are. too srrjv send delegates to the convention upon the ,
I from a vi ?it to his mange grove m .itv jnd hls MHCC th.'flg.h in T iriou* rounded by trim gardens und patches of a western man us an alternative it the aituation !- follow! in? lusts: *4r.. DEALBJt ttf

; County Treasurer's Report South Florida. Mr. P.ice has a beautiful kitu'ih" IaUr-i lie C4I1ih south in 18'JOto ))) land yielding crops of corn, potatoes and demaniifc it. Oi" d.-kgoe for ei'h hundred votes\ Drugs & Medicines

To the Hon. Board of County Commlxtiocers of grove that brings iiiiu a very I uigatii/e n chool for Cliincs-e. hich other vegetables aa bountiful aa can be \\ but the Mlualiun demands is a vigorous e.pt: I 114 tad 14 couiity for the CNudidulrot)

: Bradford count, Florida: The undersigned. fine income. I 'aihfj I itirouijti the divhoiiesty, of :i partner found anywhere. tariff reformer who can bold UK- t-e "Hit ticket thu t received the oigbcfi Ht rkt.'FI*<

Treasurer of said c unty,begs e gcntral election I'hs7isCiaits' Pri"iserlptfnu
The of Bohemiaville is *
area 1.300 acres. party together and event d.Tisiou o-
the untof and Ir Swindell, in Hii.den cirtuit. l.'e has pi IMStad on* Nddulr( iinl vot- for the (to -
following report on ace prop r Sheriff Johns captured a
. rpp!lil fund for too quarter eadin; arch SI, Deputy him at Ittst, he thinks. found thiS vocation. HeIJHS 800 of which are under cultivation. A any minor is>ue. Should any minor i uc till Pt txrevi tl't rrof when it amount t-,! (;oef.S C.inpw.tt1..t .ure-at vntght

1S82: man on Tuesday and carried bad txpericnce as n traveler fituden1. commodious school building und a public develop strongly, uitu the possibility u! :tty! or wore But if any f uaiy iaonai ,

Dr4 Cr. .>nd his outfit to Jacksonville, for naval cndct. UwjciV clerk icaibir. Ii-c- hall evidence the progressive spirit of the (11 u vote ai tin p-neritl nUll doinocrjU
.Ik dividing eastern extern
; To anit OB hand as per lata S 5 manufacturing spIrtt oils liquors near Lurtr. translator and int-rprcter. r in hot.ip'uier. villagers. wine of whom are old Catholics ; vlMj| I..IVth" oiiieflti of Mtct iucr-4se. ?HOWE FOR SALE;

p report LaVe Itutler. .CIl.dL.l: book-kciptr, tueichanlIiu and others Hussites. Both sects have he service of Mr. Cleveland woulu be required K.i'-i' c'lunlj shall he eiiiilkU! to n tefUf.
Reed of MM Hale
n6.9J. ,
.. .._ roatt tax our 2300 and >ily, preacher.Go neat chapels, the Hussite element espousing for lendeMuiy. I'm a'toiiM tu- : The following] decriWd properly 1 Is.

Jan. 80 9i. Reed of W D Blos- Miss Helen( Richard, the popular the forms of episcopacy under wc l iualttj temporary cuucjsdluim on any in d'Otitfei where the democratic VOlt- cated iihia tb. ct-rpoiatti 'lioiilsoftaa
h&rn.cosptc 35" : .J. ( Alvarez: for thp latest
: to of iyW was rt-duot-d bt'lqvrihc veto of
;' .* >\b 1, 02. Reed of G WClyatt.rotd young book-keeper at N. f. Jones'mammoth htyles of gents' collars. the superintendence of the Rev. John U.' minor i ,uc. jj u uiitiifiy posiible thai a l fjl'iy reiM of the |ireralence ofel.. town of SUrkr. fs offered for sale r
funds 200
Feb.3,15. Becd of M M Hale, dry goods store, left this Prescott, rector of 8t. Ann's Episcopal wi-slera man mny )h* ueiu.n ary to &>nvjnce hg-.v j"rrr. such coflaIie* .ot authorized in Two Acr* or Land

roadtax MOO veek for Jacksonville to spend a Iefueu ran' ; fcc Cured church, Sayville. Although English is itiiiAAtisrleil iei )wrAH; and possible 4i'fl: vrtify t" said ronyention such fact. well fenced up** wbirfe is a food. w 4ipantxi
; Feb 2', *91. Rood of 31 M Hale, th .' I annot alone taught iu their school, they cling
us
local applK-ations, irJ in addition its
r roaii *. scrip SOU few \ieeks with her mother. by recruit from tutu republican party thnip'atfonn : may to representation nd plNtlertd twit-story 1welia!
; Febu25, '9J Bcd of?A Brannen. EPi1I4 tiLt (liscaiCli portion of tJi-' r to their mother tongue and to the customs lu-rri'i HUlliorizwl select and certify t<,>ai} ;;
nmrftAX, cur 106 The prospects are good for r. big I liei* onlv-ono iray to euro <.eaftiess. of fatherland, while all ardently ; ec.aiIcessinus on ituuor issues do out v, tiMob Much ailditionnl drlc wtt iori n an excellent a.11! .f Water bricked fr .atinday

t Mch 7. '82. Kwxl o1, ColTin, meeting at Lake liutler next Thwf.da .- and thaf. is by cons'it o.rionil Ye ai'iili1. cherish the memory of John Huag. not involve suirencrf! puncipleIn 'I.MIH of the Tote of Ib84. for the acu..u of. ; |(0"d tablir and t utbuiZhinge.
rod tax, eur 100 ntActit4 i- c.' u tfdby .111 inflamed e nditon -
; c, Ih 8. 'WA. Reed of H Hodges.Mch \. Everybody {is anxious to know 0: tho uiuconK iji-isix <> '*.'ia Harper's Weekly. short, bhou'.u) Uiu cwm.'crauc naliO'j l tih' C.IrVCItIOU. Tli: following in % hut l oTlV* Trt-w row.
j 3ro&td txcur 100 Th o'inties; under thu rule \vill eatiIf.l ;-
8, '82. Urcd ol M M Hale, just hat those who endorse the St. stt1iia: tu' '.Vba'', I hiM til fi ItMiullaiituxl platform contain fciwSi R iapiomtse iw tn to:r eutati;>rt nl follows: hug upon !th* p'a t

; road tax, ncrip I lotus to do.I you hi\CRriii IUuicr >u-a'l or A CUCOP Way of Choosing a YVfc.It | platform propose rlet"lie rliic sind wheaii. h. eulire- A1iit 23 Lee 8
Meh 1.15 Heed of X M Hale I imp* :, has remained for clergyman
; rosdta.xcur ly i losod dhHtn-Ns Ii* the result -r il unItsM a young v01111t40nv is called "n .tede", nr"a .truiitho Er..IfOfi 10 Leon )8 bearing; ih >fiti.MtN 3.2 Yauft1esAp-

I Jan 4.*92 Bo'd Co Com proper ). G. Ambler, of Jacksonville. th" intl:iniuiiCioit v.ii 05 tal I n out a missionary to take the palm for I ik." .>B who ir.uke inc largest C"iiC Brevird BMkr 4 6 Utry Liberty 7 I pTex, 0 tree ((3 Ssadar.1)3on PenrrtKrii;
)
' b sal" Poor Farm.cur 210 M choice of wife. I
.;. JanW. llecdcfCT Gordon was in the city ore Tuesday. Ue and this tube restored to j;< normal condition a phlegmatic a Having I lOit a'r the k s of: u.iiciuii'jn raty ,i kin ChLI.ua 3 Had'son' t Oraujre Trei- 4 Vstelht.77 Pear
be dc'tr.yeut tiZ-iver decided that it would bo advisable to be 5 4 *
iU Urn Manatee
i bal rent farm co cur 409 l4i'Illg w .
>r
po pr closeted with tin* officials
t ; Jan 6, 'SB. Reed of M M Hale. was closely Nine cswen out of u-u are r.1LML1 from accompanied to the mission field by a return the largest iutltieici' in Llt.v S Mi>-)ion -J 4 vkrictie*: Apric t% 7; ;.Pervlraniuii

:' co prop' scrip 185 ea of the S., L. S. & S. railroad. catnrrh, which U nothi' but an nifi.und wife, he undertook to select her with the head of the ticket. That i the bit ii- (DliiBItauNi'Attu1bl* ID 1 Nastta Monroe ,- 10 11 77, thJ't'vrlrtif'a; *a. large (
Jan SO, 92. Reed of W D Blox- .
I ham, co prop cur 17 65 There in something in the wind.A ( IOLI1.OIh will of One ho nv'eouMtiirfacfw.We Huii'lie-l Dollar, for his bead, not thinking it necessary that atton m>iy so develop ilt ilf that C.'vatIl; 7 Orang If .'eketetl varI.ikiQs21Nc-. (Itheese.
give I'UVul IS OaoeuU I
t. Feb.eoprop.cri 3. '92 R-cJof 31 L Hale, 257 5QBy herd of wild elk will be taken *0)' CaM( of dealijettH ( wi-ed bv oatairb) bia heart need be considered in the mat may t I.e himujfci ui the i>il\t\ than u V extern ).,,ciiuhta 90 Pasco NYrnUii AH sbe S shv.trsws srp INledirfng'. mie-S $.

1ch.8'li2 RwdofMMHale, from Idaho to the worlds fair. In that ce iMtiuol eurti by UkiiiR Hall's ter. lie first made a list of attributes mau; or u may proiaiM to given man ( 15 4 Putnam Folk 13itdil.tt of thrm in iheir ar1tJTwiyer.
co prop. acrtoJMch : ,8,9S. Reed o M M Hale, 43 3 the Montana exhibit will hn shown K. .1. CII EN'KY tfe tfO., TuleiSo, O.bv then, aa he went about with the different -; trom the wt>: icore Jpve"g'h' than Sir.CKvi'.iiuJ. hleTl.!lvnIt's! lo : 4 7'Bt.Joh Santa iosa a 1 I* Thi' j'tai-f must he a.se In be spr'tseed.
:. co .
B/prop.warrant cnr turned over to about 100 specimen ot wild animals! ;i1-.1d druggist'! *. young omen of his acquaintance. iLil! borpttjh 19 Sumter 1JJt.cks..i ,Fo! turIfI4-rit'ru'ttfdIrp4yte,
S 5 SOvasOM
.; : Co ca cowmI.sonert h on hand,to bal 174 129V2 06 ind birds, native to that state, and Curtaiu poles amid lac? curtain -, tJ. he watched for the development of any In the imiintita iii Mr. ClrvfJami aia-jifftfiitlotui are in ewryty ofconttdence 19 Taylor ToltMte S ; S ,
? .10
& :set up by a skilled taxidermist. ii. Aiv.UiJZ.Truby characteristics corresponding with' hie \\ i.rniifjjr.j:'. Tu-y how the public J'ers"LaP1eN.* :12-I Wauhis :
z_ 51g:3 21 l13 3 S ,
record. "i-u.-f of :}u; njc( -sk-.iiy% for honisfy and Lake 13 Walton S

: cb. 81. '81 To cash on hand The following notice was went in Murnbui; &! Co. hae a When he discovered any he marked a ciMMr i'l i1 aing With the people andtin a i.Waab1ugtp5'

: brought down $lW s for : A Norfolk, Va. that first 1 he ennnhealltr2ceitheIrIetcSiitcs1ll !
publication brand l new delix ery wagon 'rii ?\ point opposite the young woman's name. } jii-ni_ nusbuvc everything IimMENEKpp*
JOH.V W. Ksxt-ra,
of the 2d inst. that Rev.H. el- \. .tite people watu honest pol-tica.I Ivii. I .1IIY s'nanzer as Iwet
Treasurer Bradford County, paper sayx hive adopted the plan of deli r.'ry When the time canto to make the. choice the peopfe through iheuiu.l,
L by acting ,
i. >ius iCeputiiie.
:; BOKO RETOST U. .lattice, pastor of the Presbyterian I of all goods for their i ttstotuers. he offered himself to that young woman S ;iriy 'vraf2.tli'rn$. And.It ,.It recojn; '

: Dr. Cr. church at Westchester, N. who had achieved the highest percentage Keep Yvar Trwuble Iv our.e1t rce.-dwl lh
t To rcnort amt on hand a per tat $1000 S Y., is in that city, the guest of .Mr. "Quite EnglWi, you kflOW"I.Zi in this unique table,-&nd," alas! was ac- Keep j'our trouMei to yourwlf; ty mcrt!.fOlhis 'purpose' at., the cmi( ani3e aifdTM -

., Jan C. '0:1. Reed of H M Hale John D. Co 11 per; in Fri.etnaton M.He don Swells cigars at .T, G. A1vaiz. cepted. The only redeeming feature of 1'i.t 4 Iivin on nil upper ihelf; housf or other usual plce of isevtin woS.'u | ,
L Cur 25CG the transaction is'-admission made J-'ar nwy n* ii nj y ne, unity!; M.iySlrt. 5- ..' ftSsiw3ri
: Jan. 292. Reed of W D Blox. preached last Sunday at the Where but Gods Can see. rm'.h EoEtails &p; .
140 *
I) eye made by
: hamcur Prof. J. .1. Williams ot tpout, some years after wedding to 9 friend. ibcrngsaJieutAre 4

Feb 2.'92. Beedot MM hale. Norfolk Firnt Presbyterian ch ii reb. Ga. Las accepted a position ilL the "My wife." be says, "was never courted Other have theirliaraOt Iccs appointed, for', uch .pufpofe.. in5'C1IWTtd SS7 : *.
people 1r
i cur rate of travel to as4-lo>ar .Jeweiero
Men. 8. fit. Reed of M M Hale, In another Columns of this issue lli
'?.i y *; cur By coupon tinted over to 20003 will be found a fine large business Rwridnouslv since."-Vew York Times. Iuidc.n Why fchou.'it Jhvm>nirnourn ou. tb.oiab beside surely?tried* ," iivt i1 h.r otrtiuty.rommlMaea due: notice.u. ( \ % 4 \ S IIP I

f commissioners announcvmant for J.V.. Hodges, Air Strata Over CltUt. wch ntst ar sniry4ay.!
I Kch SI '92. By cash on hand J. G. Alvarez haj just rceiv-ed a (jotHilY ,ii5flZatioflhIr4$ 0efreterrt.tILfluIilirs
% tre total one of Staike's voting and enterprising ear Jod "Diploma"' Hour. The popular idea*that the higher one I-iiy! branding o'er your grief ; (%l* c>tiuinitteeJJv *1ITIrns -4 4c
-- Mr. has In mi way sifonis relivf, -:
merchant hodgeS in the air the the atmosphere
.: .. l18J59 gets city purer ZIA $O tevF '
: $J1S959 $ liui tnb-iT>.irii-s: the .mut.- ; at-p
: hv his unbounded enemy and pluck, City Council, becomes has been disproved by Turns the fa the bean F eretlsi'tials4a1 lSalW L1Ckcl1OfdOaliuu51oTLto'dejsiM S

: '' To cub on hand Vt down V 5?4D KEILCM.00Jonx coupled with his g< od business qia ahlications C .unc".l reel April 3, 1883, All aunprexut. ,- evidence given before a select committee arrow S S ,

: & Treasurer Bradford> County. built himself np from a I bcrs Jlinutcs of intt rccctirgieii. on house of commons ventilation in Lon Think of oihcrs who have known ; 1f Sb4rfirnflhhtlf!..
'
,. ... wful businessman nil!S don. It vt found that the air of cities S 4rticrnrLIW4 ili-in y >ur 4'WU. attcstt' & ; : rznr.uo.L. .
boy to a pucce OnU r4 that money on
Guaranteed Cure pool Wh.nl ( like London where soft coal in burned.is. ,het1ii:.',; kl! ths-ir WlItitii .iieeiiied; D.Tlie Uk"n,
in short time. be il to Glcusswrt & Bailey '
n very -$130-- 1 ; lIet'-s hif.- !
: : \V nuthorir.<) otirlverti e 1 drtirgbt purest at thirty or forty feet from the 5-
to >*li Dr. Kind's Xen I>isf v<>ry f' i ever Mr. (lodges* aderitehe wjll; I.r! ; Co. \s part pynwnt o;i( citfln(. J, ground. Lower than that the dust is S. S ; S ;1 :_ .-. .

:. : Consnnnilion. ro'i gI Iis and 'o141 tI)4)fl carry Uii -iflliHpd with 1i.viig *!iUI ;tht lcsIilerl.c54; Brm -1iIisis H4 r
foiidition. If \nit sro his Ktock. existing M
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"to call and examine' of (ILL bnncl the : ? U 0 'r-r S
von t<-tsi-crtam :ir.i; nut t)41TIIf chimneys. CI4tIt.isLLI1d; and ftliu pif
.
:_ a'v>ujrh, cold 'r uny Ltinn. Throat orhwit | 13n.thecit Hampton.'Fta.Mhy S 4 $tloniento.e.
/ tronblo, uiiil wilt use this retmnlvHdir for fire Ivll! ami 3trur sarie. OnlurciJUAI These conclusions were arrived at I Bat keep your iioublei h,3nurelf: mutual cooawt ,All cooanta-due tHe S lr -

.: vied, tV4hh itn f tir trial, -nd experience The City Park mu.st Come. il'J2.lG .: The from experiments with frames of wood Josephine; PoIIwJ JaIii.'V LedgerS .. firm wdMw recdpted fof by R\rIL WBliArDCwbo pneq.t4 Cfoeks1 sad

n( hfilftit. vou n: y return the The !linlies of thS. L I. A have t-iken npoointed to confer with S. L.I. covered with bUnketigg material pat S NoioBd frME' contiuortla tee,barinMa Tbe 'kL aMt.
chairman
ontjtl vnd huvp your money refii"dod.Weronld This U ft of the b VcoededIoWlJllas'UMhefI ,
the matter of ;i city p.trk. at different elevations-one on top liberal patrwwHBtaab ; o 55 S S S .
tip ftnanccs of the C V. Woo.:, of 1tiKk If'iwiLi.AU
s not :ike thin ofl-r did vs not A. iu regard to present
most worthy otijoct at1l! 6h know that l Ir. KiiiK New Discovery Ordered that J. H. Dean be rtlieve io"nitther
town. the highest point of the roof'and other* trtveIfta 's Vbseih'wIeIn Ih1IiartriJ
COUld l be relied on. It UTMdisappoint*. the tbut it deserves. a utO'iteItie,4 -
: support
4, Trial) littles free at tarke Drug Co.'sdrugstore. L I. A luivii been laboring Inc ] l $'L50 fine against Geo, Sbeppnrd. at various heights:down"to the courtyard. -' i'ti4ti T rnmwii4titui ishov',all ?
S.
Largo sir* V>c and $1. 2 Ths Ordered that street oidiiuqce be taMed After nye hours' exjwsare there *. ; EPu7.eYlcs&1kiqir LWt
with the tusiswnte of the tlieui tiM r i .J4 %I *JivatK"HiaripBtastMfcijt ; y
the
*$ pat year iu good till next meeting and that clerk ascccuin were found to be aieresmats ftlrfgh ltt;-sLi4fmet*Iil4 I wi P ** i aJlI I -
A Leader, in kwpiiii$ the c.iy a
council
i city elevations than'at ow.buothebv.Iof 1-otU 4E :
of street Uoius.j hiecei.1ue1a *, |wcaiiwif.ftt % ,
j RItters Mnie has it pained firit imr"diirrir rnpidlv! in, pnpIilHr) !ecrlrtI i military condiUO" They Juve acconipJishcd j prices R. R. JOJSER. Clerk.: the 'courtyard there were' oonnkieraVble ,Ww l tn ri| an > fiifc *pi kjn rttJiteifW .- ,*. iSi-1S : -

'favnr } Rood dwd more tlian; there is floW quantities of dt4 TAy e abisi
v until now i it: tsce4rly in iti.' :ln'd a -
p'Woiifj pure ni'-dicinul lonii-s nd alt. .*- show (or. Just received a full line of Jaine* The 1nf .; 1 '
any | A -t '
: wvenontjni"tf nothing whb-h jwrniitH With DM hvi") rif tlc! council by this Means -.hoes at J. G.; Alvarvz. is that tbe common notion 'i ,1alsthilv11i ; -: -- .'ti *

S Its ui>o H a bvQr.ue or \jiit ix'suitf' it i* wU have a beauti- est sturie of( the tallest biosto o* jbft t !; 5.C.- -

k POgnitpd. Hstbt) li *nt $Kp"j'pMt medila time next year St rko ; Some rain last night-wit*: grateful -are desirable for tbeir saint**?fcor ; -
for all liver and could be a greater
Kilruent" rb
S of utoiu Nothing j'S '
fit! park. S
city
:1* kidneys. It M ill euro ( i ik lje ul.iche, itt- Mr. J. M. Truby has kind to the parched vegetation. This be a miitken oa ; 4hiotJ ftjili r1 ,_; ,-,4- S. S r ; : ,55
s' wnes'ion, driv malat improvement Irish pqt.atoesbut: -
suits
entIpIIt1,1, with the dry wether /h u rtiHm Anwf r htn S ;
$from the svstem. s iKf{ 'ilon triiMruteed ly entered into the park spirit is hard on Ycgt4lcIi wl delas$ InIs a _____ *** *W WMPM ; ,-t- ;; ;. '
S with eich bottle or the money lathes and ban made some very fienermu 500 hbIL4Ipr1tk '> o-tTiri Ji?%> hV .i-4S if AS

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4 Vrlendt' Hand MMJ One, But AU. the general structure of the larynx is like and set the glass hi a warm place for
MELBOTKHB WHAT I BEING DONE I TH were the and character of or two. Then, with a stray ]
industrial
HAOOX, Ga., March SO.-The great The organizations that of man power } medicine-drop-
STATES.A the sound depending.on the different; degrees P-T put a drop of the water on
excitement a glasa'covered
iu the St. Louis conference -
great
battle baa been fought, and the minority i DIN represented of development of tho vocal cords I &ui l', it with a very thin glass '.
p stockholders of the Central railroad ment published by and therefore its action and and the peculiarity of structure of the i water the size of a cent, placed it under .,,

have won the victory.. Judge Pardee dared Dem Weekly Summary of New Enterprises utterances have tenfold significance i vocal organs. The timbre or quality of my microscope, adjusted the focus and
made a and authority. The complaints are u the vrire, is iOffurkably distinct in the different .,what n sight met my eyes. Dozitig and J
I has rendered a decision refusing the ap. There confeio That Have Sprung Upi against the introduction of un- clas*i0: animals, and also! varies I dozens of what looked like aliniatert:
pointment of a permanent receiver, and h been the Canters. Auierican protest ideas of aristocratic methods In those (.f th.' same class'. : Lions and of jelly wee darting hero r.nl there. 1.

placing it in the hands of its Georgia tertained here ad Busy into our state and national policy. tig<'rs. with their magnitude of chest, bumping against one another like i; l lI

directors. The following (B the verbal Demming i none CHATTANOOGA. M'c 29. Th The men and women are embled, niaL.o roar thnt fills the air with a sense toys at recess. Perhaps among the .. "*-
the of smaller would dash much 1AI f fI -
the sentiment the depth of voice giving.to on'08 a
truly af horror
ous "Jack the Tradesman, in review of the new not only represented
decision: it in the Idea of an enormous being. Tho fellow. I lauded it might*bij:bro '' j. I
and A\ill of a large majority mind I
In the first place, the court mid that Whitechapel: industries established in 'the southern their various organization, but of the aors neighs in a descent on the chromatic i older than the others by some hours,cI

:, the niDety..com"quit) role did not apply thi suspicion ii states for the week ending March 26th, best thought of the age social and Bcale without even omitting a semitone I i 80 entitled to the deference ho seemed&
upon
only by report that the movement northward economic It is easier to being one of the most musically voiced of i ianimals. : exact. Then, In another part of the dj f.'"
to this case. which closely tallies questions. in i, perfect of water tho little ones formed a cII
4 ondTh"aUdity of the lease tion given of the of the iron and coal of southern pro. find a faul than to suggest a remedy, octave, .and The one ass of brays its ejaculationshas I II I and presently in the center of ,tl \ :

by his alleged duction continues and will be increased and conftrenlcmighthavepoinh.t Haydn in his came a big follow he must Li, .
nominally to the Georgia Pacific, really been copied by I I
The Argus is a The railroads have announced out, as it did, the with great succe 9. been at lc'ast one-hundrpdth of an Inq
-Lartet
V. to the Richmond and Danville and per- sod there, is no lgely. Demo-Kepublicans iu office to providefor seventy-sixth (. ; instance of a voice I I long-who began revolving .wlyi "P.
\, hart to the Richmond Terminal was the truthfulness of'the a reduction in freights from southern the general \velfare, but assiduous The h.mr& of a domestication fi')" ian much as to the i T.Uuruum." I thought to myself. "*Tlw I

next question and the court said that that Demming has points, to go into effect March 28th, in building up private fortunes and enthroning acquired of by a horse is an acquired is exactly tho way I have seen him addra*),

the necessity fnr passing on this pointat i he killed hi we which will add materially to the profitsof corporations with autocratic ment.ratting An ape produces an exact: mOVl'-1 t an audience surrounding a circus riDr.
once was obviated by the abandon- Dinham over the lives and liberties,of But I never know wnat he told !
; shippers. The cotton mills are doinga power of musical sound, a: ('ndinllnlrle"cend-I ( I can __ /.-
ment of the road to the receiver of the that he murdered the people. might have citeOjtne that i small ones for not oven the little ghost .
I the scale by l hair tones, bo perhaps ;
court and the surrender of lease. two women, whose prosperous business and several important alarming foreign lordsocap- Inp it alono of brute animals may be saidto i of an inaudible squeak"reached my ears. \'. ,
1 Al to the 42.000 share of stock the the of : additions to their number have ital are rapidly acquiring title to all mon- Besides these little creatures. I could '"i
.. purlms Tho howling of preaching .seehat
i slug.
court hell that as long as it was held has confessed been announced during the week. Reports our valuable properties, while American of South America has a voice that- \\ looked like dark specks darting 'Ii'atlovo
by any competing company''it could not chapel women fell i as to the effect of the late storms enterprise is being driven into keys be hoinl for two miles. The giraffe .* Determined to find out what theM, #

be legally held or voted, that a court of for murder, while ( ) Indicate that the damage will be less bankruptcy, and native born labor i 6: can an..! aim,ult'lo! are voiceless, with no vocal were,'I used a stronger magnifying ..
equity could control it aa far as voting that he than was at first anticipated, though i forced( into hopeless beggary or de- cLouls. -Tho chirp of the long-eared bat and looking through it tho specks i PlO9ll4.
and that the Richmond Terminal admit is possible that the peach crop may
goes, tobeotherlittteswimmersSUOhMIj'.ist
women 1Icndl'11'Y. Is said to be the most acute sound product .
would be,joined from voting. chapl somewhat lessened.It It might have warned the country of .d by any animal: and only five out of been examining; and the latter. elf '
As to the receiver, the court has the whole attra reports 71 new industries as established the doom that awaiU a nation which six can near it. In reptiles tne course se<-mo.l laigcr. But now ert' ;

disposal of the property for the minority 'It i world o incorporated during the week. pays premium for crime and s slays larynx persons is in a rudimentary condition. The were still other specks darting about,,Q% 5
stockholders, and the court was disposed finds bleve Among them are brick works at Amarillo faithful witnesses in the public streets, cnx-fxlilos and cayman make a feeble roar- still stronger glass was used with.,the '. '.

to hold on to it for the protection of the hop off Tex, and Glendeane, Ky., a that honors the successful corrupter of Ing pound. One Kind of fn.ghas a sound same result. Magnify as I mightI eooldj-.j
\. of theee holders. Perhaps a receivership e only to these brewery and ic factory t cost $200,000at public morals with a seat in theAruer- bag, evidently acting as resonaico chamber not reach a point where there were noti :
was the logical method for disposal, Houston, Texas, a at BVO- Tho tor- some moving itonw needing further .- ,'
which the police cnner ican "hou-e of lords, and employs a on each side of its mouth. mag.nifylnsr.
..'I'It": but there was another method, and that his ville, Texas, a large ctton cmprttMobie hireling press or pulpit to "throw over toiso gives a mere snuffing sound. Snakes I Ji.ivi since learned that M. b
\p was to turn the property over to the ,Dmiug I makes ; < Ala., a cotton oil company, him the mantle of charity," or the have no vocal chords but produce a hissing glass has ever L.'en made powerfalenoQf
jf Georgia directors of the company as receivers jet mutilating $50,00 at Denton. Texas, and false clamor of justification. It might by: expulsion of air through tho nar- to reveal th* tiniest of these "infyiarit*
with the understanding that the oil mill vle and Elgin, Texas. Most fishes as th'are calluil.Mary V. WorsteD .
White Chapel have cited the fact that whether deIl'- row opening in the glottis. b.
court will relinquish the property as'' certain of the Development nt improvement companies I or repo-dems were in power the are muto. Insects such as crickets, .St. 2\icholas. .' -: .
have been chartered at Roanoke, i reps
soon as a legal board can be elected,and there is scarcely a over behind the throne" held the grasliopirf'rs and beos have been consid-
$a soon a the charter regulations can is afflicted with Va., capital flOO.OOO, at Galveston. 1 absolute All these things ered more musicians than singers, most of 1 Just In Time. e.::1*
be complied with. some respects to ( ) Texas, capital $40.00 and at Bockport, same sway. tho sounds being caused by friction of said the fortunate hubttft
could have been truthfully charged, Tea., dear, :
with Iron far- I
General :E. P. Al! xand r has tendered Texas, $ capital. out their wings or legs together or against scJ his wife's In hla "
against bald s'
but of what avail to
bis resignation i ns lirri1ent of the Central A PREACHER'S naces are to b built at Clinton, Tenu., injustice and outrage to cry which at last i their txxly, (,I" by vibrations of their wings.A M lucky hlpri"turn "T the street has mad* BM
Riilro-rl In.l. Banking company, and Llano, Tex grain elevators at grasshopper of Brazil may be heard halfa s.r3.1 thousand than I
intend to submit? The great conference richer by *M
and Mr. U. M. C iner of Savannah, h Horrible Discover Abilene and Saint Jo, Texas flowering :you of children mHo. which is "as if a man with a big morning"v Iz'I
mills at Tenn.. and Amavillo, was not composed this pI
b* ', i'.wteJto: t..1 presidency.General ard-A Hodges! the natural voice could Je heard over the world.Memphis ,.What could have been more tidaly,
but of who
Texas, and ice at Atlanta, Ga., men knowing "
Alexander di-
&a fatore American AppealAvalanche.A his loving vifo jyfully."for now:
rcm. and constitutional right of replied
and Durham
rector 0 the board.r ..!. glad I
: ME and defend dear sh' contia'1' light 8biJd1t .
It also reports foundries and machine citizens, dare to proclaim Postal ClorU's Perilous Ride. I
There i great clear of In her eyes, \\"t can raise our own"' _
them. conception
at Kershaw S. C. and Having a
TIi. Central hops Atanta. not endIng ." ,
ou Ch&ne brutal murder of Ga., nail works at Bridgeport, ", the methods I by which the American A'thrilling exp 'if nco,although mall tables this year -New York Sun. "
UAd by a railway '
NEXT YOF. March :).-Representatives Leonard, a Baptist a tool company at Chattanooga, Tenn. people are being enslaved, they not rk.who fatally actfd was:i'' a distributor on a loea. :-e *..

of the Rit-hmon Terminal reorganization i the case, a near Coal mines are to be opened at Oakland, only point them out but show how the tidiu. Ho Lad ,i car to himself, and at one Pot-uru fit the Air.J,1',; '/';"-:'
committee appeared before are follows: Ark., and Gastonia, N. C.; mica mine, enemy's great strong holds can be utterly station up in the Allegheny Mountains A new poison has been discovered latin' 1"-

the committee; ou list of the stock a the near Richmond. Va., and a slate quarry destroyed.r1'j ie Farmer Alliance had left his car for a minute or two to run emofcn whici: surrounds factory townjt'
Ito I at Whitestone. Tenn. A packing company and Knights of abor had forward to th* engine, which was taking and cities and the danger from bremUfif;''
exchange evening to moke applicationfor church 'in this capital $50.000 wi be establishedat been educating on non-partisan lines water. Tho water tank was dll't'cl1west this Is not Inconsiderable. A part of the .- "

the listing of the receipts issued by Rev. S. C. Lonare .. Bringham, ., pottery with for 10 these many years. They had of the groat tunnel I. and when thn tender smoke that goes Into the air from bom:' '<
the Central Trust company against the and his $10,0 Nottingham, Ala., a agreed to wait and see what the old was filled aud the train started the clerk lag coal is arsenious acid mixed with ear-* '
deposit of the R'chmond! Terina and old and they live $1,00 soap factory at Dallas Tex., andS parties would do in response to their sprang for his car. The entrance to tho bon. Coal differ,In the amount of Impure '

other securities under the plan noon Mr. Leonard starh company with $200,000 capital, petitions and demands in recognition : car was on the ido and a solitary handlewas matter which it throws off, but It is estImated -, '
: It is stated> that the application was for a short while, i' at Rome, Ga. Cotton ril) aro reported of at least the equal rights of the grasped \\h3reoy the clerk pulled that urn ton of ordinary ebal bnnu
received aud the committee was horrified to Williston, Fla., S. C., Birmingham of the dollar. to
favorably man as a partner himself up to tho dour. To his horror Le off about twenty thirty pounds of sul
snggrstwl tint trt .er the circumstance panion lying in an Ala., Dalton, Ga., Nottingham But they had been denounced a- found the door had been jarltd hut and phur. TLIo sulphur is transformed fate
it m-rne.1 desirable that the application tion upon the floor Ala., two in number, one with "fools," calamity howlers," "pestilent I could not be opened from the outioleand sixty pounds of sulphuric add which
ohonltl IK) acted upon at onceand fowing from her $400.000' and the other with $250.00J fellows," "anarchists," etc. Their just tho second ho discovered this fact tho leaves stains upon all marble buildlnga! I
to that end a epecial meeting of the governing the alarm capitl, .a Magnola Miss., and Rock- and leosonable demands were treated train shot Into the tunnel. With a desperation and statuary. Along with this snlphnrla

commitiea will be called at once. hors came and a daE Texs. with contempt, even as King George born of a terrible death staring acid a great arnouDt of arsenious add
A large auoant of securities held by moned and the. the nineteen woodworking spumed from the foot of his throne the him in the< face, the clerk hammered and goes and the two breathed into the longs

insiders were deposited under the plan. Leonard had been plant reported in The Tradesman are, the men of'71$. The very fellows who kidced on tho door for help but the noiso continually: ,act as a strong poison.',
three different : basket factory at Wyeth City, had sneered at the Alliance as a nonpartisan of the tram drowned his cries, and with Next to this active poison the&Ootin
: THE SET-BACK TO FREE Everything in Ala a $100.000 lumber company at movement, took the alarm Loth hands grasping the handle, his feet the air makes factory towns unhealthful
'. COINAGE physician and Georgetown, S. C., and one with $OO when .ndepemlent) political action on the iron step and his body *rluod to,th(> to live in. An i-xaminatlon of the amount '

j Hew the Stlrer Defeat in th HOQM !. Mrs. Lonard but capital at Buckhannon, W. Va., saw was broached. Old party tools having side of tho car, for fear of being dashed off of soot whicH Wad deposited in London

:. Viewed in Kngland.LOKDO5 vain, mills at Clawson, Tex., Fort Smith, gained a seat in Alliance councils, la- by tho lagged sides. he 'was carried recently showed that r n an average ,1,000
". having recovered Ark., London. Tenn., and Augusta, Ga., llOn'duoL to promote union of indub- through the tunnel.As tons wen deposited over the city In every
March 29.-The Times, i a who committed saw and planing mil at St. Albans, trial force'-, but to prevent it. They the tunnel is a milo long mad the at- ton day:. The amount of carbonaceoaa

editorial oh th debate i the Unit suspicion, however W. Va., and Neal, Va., and sought to make mere tiade union of rnosphoro therein is almost btiflmg this and otliT particle* deposited upon glass
States House of Representatives on the by the name of variety works at Tallipoosa. Go the four million- of organized farmers, luckless mail clcik's experience can be house--i a good indication of what the
warrant has been Water works are to be built at Bastrop, had better imagined than described. When atmoc-oh'Tc contains. In most eltleawhero
I luit well knew that monopoly
i Fver.Bill, lays: "It i evident hams i now in Clifton Elgin, Midlothian and Spring- nothing to they fear from such a narrow the train shot into daylight again tho engineer factories are located the glass roofa'

.. unexpected development of known When Mr. tow Texas.,..Oforc. Aa .and-,New-. class union., It was a Union at the looked back, as is tho custom to of houses and the window panes,have to
strength on the anti-silver side will put home on Tuesday port, Ky. :trep railroads of all who cared for principle eeo If the train was toIlow L'A' all right b. v.asi.ed: and swept every few days to
I a end for a long time to any probabilitythat gro in th kitchen are reported at Lynchburg and Alexoidria polls! than for more and humanity and discovered tl o clerk] in his Larrowing keep tnf soot from blackening them.. .
". such a measure will become a law. the old negro ,.Va., Anderson, S. C., and Palatka, pelf, country position. Quickly stopping ui- l.! -inc When all of ta.s: material is Boating f
., The leader of theDmocratamust. regret around the house, Fla., and a tram road Brook-Weal, i than for party, that a foreign money engineer ran Lack, anJ' with the OAeistance around In the air it c-imiot be wondered.
a suieieil! I to its munch iiici.y. -
that he ignored the advice to keep the attention to the power. danger of the conductor, helped the almost at that wt-.ik and poor health are no.:*,
): Bttrer question in the background unti found his wife Among the new buildings of the demented man to the ground, who*'a chic! among the hihabif.ihts. Science has to
; t Presidential campaign was ove. upon the floor. week The Tradesman reports public Thank God and take courage, brother he utterly coilapseJ. tho strain upon hi* jot discover means to collect and.hold.. <..:&
whether a retreat is possible ba much psion.'W buildings costing $100OQO at Elizabeth toiler, at last the light breaks and're- nerves being too groa.t. For six: raor.Ji-. tta;smoke and soot as it comes out of the '._: .
pf i dbtt
r' ; ,. D. however that if theDemoats neg&ngro fleeing City, N. C., school buildings to cot vc.Js the real enemies of the people, he was under a p1y- :d.m's care and ..iffcrhe chimneys.-Piltsburg Dispatch. '.. .4 V
ce .
f. as a party to free $18,000 Atlt. Ga., and c'sting the Wily foes of just government. The had b como a wt-ll man again. sai.l.1
; a
silver, they will be beaten hip and thigh T $12,000 ., a $25,000 hail faiiber, artisan, teacher useful minister and thought that tunnel wa ten lOBe ,1
i fat the Atlantic Stat The accumulation at Macon. Ga., and a hotel costing $25- woiker in every calling have long, and my heal, I .mv.inctl.vas; hollow l. n.'Vln hpatrlclLl. 'f.""' &
of almost buou is producing ATLANTA, Mah 000 near Tuscuinbia, Ahu A courthouse agrt' upon a line action to save for with the dense smok: rushing in my I A littlb Incident that shows how tht
the natural ue consequences, and busi commerce I is to be built at Llano, Tex., a themselves and transmit to their child- mouth au.l nostrils alll"'l1ill; out ftt mj theatrical predominated In :
DI'm to a preemption' made against the church at Buena Vista, Va., and business renthe blessings liberty. Never were ears like steam pi i'C*. W-mui-ver I thiul.: nature is related of the" ouJangei'f
danger.The awae gia railroad houses at Nashville, Tenn., Hunts- more momentious questions submitted of that rid my brain ivis' ai d I ft>el myself conduct at the celebration ]
", Standard says: "It is doubtful villa and Abilene, Tex., and DublnGa for human dc the outside dreth anniversary of the surrender ot':-
I' whether the Democrats are now able t and short haul s'eek to hold the people still in the toils ofthecardaiingtti.it uonifyiuj expert Corn:l1s at York town. While the great )J-

shelve the question. However d were cnidere Allen Tharman'a Iron Ktulnesa. of money mongers, land sharks, produce eace."-Washington.Star. procession was passing the. revienfaf '
the silver party ha the tfDTJLUTH 1 gamblers and transportation ban -- stand, where Boulanger stood amongth %
Citf
to fight to the last gasp. on account of the Minn., March 29.-Judge ditti, and good men will 1 still be deceived Quests of honor, he stepped hastily down,.
dition of that road. Allen Thnrmau of Ohio will be herein .iheir and falsehood :etillzig uJ: )' Tai.
The whore exhibition is debasing and by sophisms and, rushing up to a soldier
by the railroads but truth will Of all tho ugly p rso:r.l pos-if;slons big. of the ancient
i unworthy of a enlightened country, S fow days t organize the Co- go marching on at one canons WhPa'i ,
J and that the success of the free-coinage pled to give the to victory.The ungainly ears h.i\i> until recently; received lanyard from his hand and
Iron of which ha
policy will disastrous, nobody whocamrnes pints a to lmbu company, i industrial organization whose little hope of lecotiatrucMon. There havo of the .salute. Then he turned
b General J. H. Baker
'; : : question dispassionately wi preident. Braden members do not fall into line with the been helps' for tho sVui for the figure, out said in French : "A son of France behind,
railroads can W. treasurer, for the ears nothing, absolutely totally American the
can for an bau grand aggregation calling fro on Str an gun-may symbol novel
cheaper than and Frank Barrett 6crEtar. Amongthe nothing, only earrings, which mad the I
stockholders be Louis, may well be voted a back num appendages bo broken, and may a Frenchman never
:. GENERAL JOHN B. GRDONB between cent Senator Mediation, ex-Lieutenant Governor ex-- ber. Now is the gOlden opportunityfor look l.irgfr. or the pink tintingof fire heavier ammunition at ,the Bepublia. 'li Ip
Mrs. Kendal and Sarah Bornhardt.
Commissioner deliverence from a despotism cruelas of the United States I" Those who understood
M..t at MarquiesInsurance the Let us not forget to hold which make them :aj.p'Mr absurd. Kind the remark set up a cheer nat de-
WIl Yetro Kidder Claude Col. E. D. Sawyer grave.
uo tb A Railroad lIeeker. the hands of the reform which, progress, however, s-iys the So.Louis Post- veloped into a prolonged shout when'ths :1.
in New Hon. P and others. up press '
brings remedies to all and .
.. O.tberla& Or- BnunNQHAM. against the combined of law Dispatch, crowd was mode to understand the mean
The Hocking Iron company will be incorporated power men, women and children,even from bIg .
L OEIEAKS March Ing of the words. Detroit Free Press. ;
E 9.-ener the result of the favored capital, is in the forefront of ,
at the same time by Lancaster. ears havo Tedress and need'no longer be .'1
-
L .- Jihn B Gro the dtigishe Tennessee Coal, 0., people with Genera Baker a the people's fight. Union-co-opera- disfIgured their hideousness. .
4 .- to Gen tion-must be our watchword and policy Good Clood. ,
o G h a the presidet and C. F. Nestr secretary No more oars need stand out as unmeaning -
:L president of the Veteran aD ad teaurer. henceforward. As the Hartersthe screens on each sid of the head., An "how do ycu know that young fellow r;:
Confederate States Cavalry association, Company, the two Carlisles, the Brices and the Shermans ar cap has boon invented which is no has got rood blood in his veins?", askediMn ,

r acing that he would be here on corporations in the t A Nee Murderer Kxeetited. forget party names when battling for more than a light skeleton! cap of tape .OIdpamllelg-h.! ,

4' ad wn attend decoration day have agreed to LOUISVILLE, Ky., March their clients in Wan and Lombard and elastic. These converge tit over the ,"Bt causeo he always takes my bieeH* : "
*i ceremonies the cavalry reunion on about 10 per cnt .2.-Henr streets, let the suffering people profit ear and effectually, but without painful purifier-only one dollar per bottle/ *** '
the 7th. Fully twenty-five thousand' points north Smith, a negro, was hanged in the jail by their example, and regardlessof pressure, hold it In its place close to the turned Dr. Olla-kIAlab- .

I nt are expected to attend the r 28th instant. The yard here. When he mounted the scaffold past party affiliations stand togetherto head. The cap is intended to be worn at n

wn above named Smith whose courage never left save our homes and rights from the night, and as it Is tied under-the chin the That 1.'n.tIL'iu. *'
for the reductions, him stopped to the front and made a unholy greed of organized avariceand wearer cannot sleep with hh o her mouth Tm' pin m/iiiur ';r.'rs of tl'eUllltecJ ,1
ri; : Traia Robber* in Alabama. ducing the short He said he had nothingto : vaulting human ambition. Remember open a-d the uncomfoi! f habit ol HI at P- turn fist! lstit. ;).0110.0041) |I.lH annually

w : Bflu1I1OliAx, Ala., March 29.-Ataridnijfht to meet the say sh welcome ath He was the -6th day of March is set apart 'orin:' ta checked at the :iiae tiuia nI,1{ .til a mall !ii- t<> ,;<> :; t<> put liU arm .
satisfied that he would pass into that for a meeting of the friends of the Peo- The Ol.l Man'* UIit1ertazIilI1g. around( th' \alt( of the first younft
the passenger train on the North woman that happen- along and !. >'H tInt
world where then was nothing but ple's movement in county in the
every "You
1 Louisville and Nashville, ran into four don't understand me.sir," .
RALEIGH, happiness. United States. Come together, and expostulated the -.v'iot! out put: or ho'll bo Jed to bellev
tPi: which had been placed on a Algernon to his best girl's papa at he has. Boston : ,
ca Transcript. .
five miles] north of here. The Faison. president The murder for which Smith was executed do each hk part in inaugurating a 11 p.m. "
S was January 18, campaign &at will end in the triumphof t ,
"And
train would have been wrecked. had not' has cmmitt yet, mused the old'gentleman In
pnienta 1891. he shot the The best of l-e., > Year. .* -',
L1 Enxiarrr Brown seen tha obstruction povoaton people. guarantee a soft, sad reflective tone of voice. "1 have | .. .
I time to slacken pel. >Wbjle the down his Specht, a liberty is the known de termini nation a large understanding," and ho applied It Ho !. rich and h"*la handsome :
L i age to the engine was being repaired ending Feb. 2 whit man. of the people to be free. Men of Seneca to the young man with suoh only Th<.u-li oft kieV +
beo$
earnings sorely :
>w n !
of Ohio this determi- that /
men
the flagman wus dent back to guard $ prove Algoi didu't toueli thegrould lie ,.
,a.. the rear of the train, when four shotswere this large is due to a Tr Kentucky Murderers Escape.PADUCAH nation by standing by your friends and from the door stejt: to the: front N> he H llll's rnado me ip".l(Uft rl'a wile uIU;lon. to'. :.
receipts March 28.-Bud Anderson by yobr own principles. gate, a elMauco of > r.'it:
V. fired at him Irom ambush. work, and the tome t i' hot bix and Th-ifs to tafert hh'Ot.1t| away
4r larestigatiou shows that the robbers of equipping and Lacy Roberts and Jim Linley, i the JOHN SEITS. three-quartets Inc!.os Iu .ia.: aIr Iiuo.DItrolt T\,wh..rt' thny know uo IN.ip year. 'iT. '
had mule ou which they fldd., Blood- other necessary Benton jail charged with murder, cut Fi'ee Press. .th",,.1).1..r I rr...'. '

b4 followed them t Birmingham, farms working out and are at large. Anderson and It is not1 perhaps generally under-

j w trail wa lo t. Roberts had been convicted, the tonner stood that Maryland, along with other "

r To Prove sentenced t death and the later t the states east of the Rockies THIS Ban mm
A Prolific C w.noTOXSVXUje MEMPHIS, A1 penitentiary for lfe. An appeal the isadding appreciably WITH sins& m C ST1JR
and to an increased extent. ,
Ky., March 80.-Wm. case had been AU were charged
Wisdom, a f-riner, residing just for Alice ] with atrocious murder. to the country's stock-of precious met- i / '-<
t 1 '
f a*. cross i Todd county, has a fine shorthern of Freda Ward, i also In 1889 Maryland produced $10- 1-
done to prove Found Gnllty Mannlaughtei-. 369 worth of gold and the outlook for f t
cow 8 years oM, that i the way o I ....... ._ ._. ( '. 1.IJf.1i
o .have been \ 1 ____ IIoJI .
p being prolific has just cmplete a very France and EVANSVILLE, Lid., March 23.-The an increased product is said to begood. i'J, ,. _-_;'," f."t'.____ !_"',-. :

nmarkahe record, the Par trial of John C. Temple, the noted colored Virginia produced $4,100 of gold and '. .. :i i. : '.. ,. '<; :
months W&stad f'.I Il.4 .- ._.. .
given birth to ; "1. _" titL
-
pace l\ "
tW divine of St. Louis, for the murderof ; > \-'' ,
1tt too well-f :. ; '- ?
Warren here 1891 ia : '
Ward and Gray in May, .
when of ; '; .: : : < -
aU of winch! are now living. theexception grl found $9,321 gold was produced in : :
The
Wit not Temple ,
p$ 3 of two wtks she ha person ede jury and fixed his punishment guilty the Old Dominion. North Carolina f'l' '- .. f ."' .' .. TIi. ..- \ji -..
; _. ,
milk regularly! ) all the manslaughter produced SI46,995 of gold and $3,879 of ; -.,-- ----.J__ 'f.
tie Women at seventeen in the "
years i. _: : }
pnitD silver in 1SS9, as against $118,953 of 'g" ; ,, ',; f-; 1i1--
Temple sat like a "; ; ":4o'.l'f' .
: )tr. S111U' Tariff Speh i I C.TAOA ty. was read. gold and $140 of in ISSI). South Carolina t r;:._"tI !) r4J"Ft'1--;it'hJ'; '' _t J

: W March 80.-Senator-* men, Mol t increased her production of gold : ;.f.P- ; .. 'J. ': -7 -"] ;'
.L.aT I Webster, colored, $13,010iu) 18SU to $46,8.33 in IS.!). Alabama (I "-_. --<- .: ., -:" JIf J'i _- .. t> T gJ,1r 40.W.. I
after consulting with his Cotton Supply. _
I -t 1l Totl.Vlslble increased hers from $1,301 to ; 1 "

decided not to make a tariff the suptdent Nw YORK, March 28.-The total T ?2-S39. Georgia, which stands next to E.$;, _;., I.,._ '. ., . --'Jr. p.t: -- i
.&. peeeh 11 the house, as announced a fewdays hi ible cotton supply for the world is 4,- North Carolina as a producer, mined ',.f... ,"_,' _-_ -_ _,.-_ ....--.. -.-'- -:a4L-5-''Co- ,_.: ':
ago. lie \1 wait until the free women were 604,229, of which 3,962,229 is Amercanagainst S107C.Oo( of gold in 1889, as against 818O ,- "' ., : :
wool bill ;cht the senate. In themeantime and when supper 3,307,420 and 2,60,02 respectively ::9 in 1880. California retains its prominence ,I. :
I he is preparing a speech on the supper, and last year. R.ipt interior as a gold producing state. Its ;

.4w. the tariff, which he will u in Te work by the count tow 3,614 t of pUnt] .idoar product in 1889 was S12,5.',7 Colo- ;
the campaign. lives wen _' 1C sight, lado led in silver /
;. during c.'ng 8.9' C i 82U'Farmtrs its product being
""" Tr l Ji,757,751.
The People's party has lost grouu Mac S. Barnett are the greatest losers in '

in nearly all part" of the West, *a>3 rain between the world. Think of the crops they Mr. A. Pardee, a Pennsylvanian coal .

the Mobile Jlgister.'ery little i is otel yule,,by died ItlowiM!* fail to raibe. What a loss. operator, who recently died in this

'l hear of it'in' any one of the Western spin xatvd him. state, was estimated to be worth anywhere $2.00.

: states. And it has uo foothold at nil The Yanderbit.are worth $1(N ,00O- from $30,000,000 to $60,000,000. II J ;

& in the Eastern states. In some of the The Palatka 5)O) (). may l be worth this iu ,

Southern states its leaders are making cally that Hon. dollars, but your good sense if properly The largest landowner in the San A New Era in prices on House Furniture. .N 'VI

extraordinary efforts to strengthen it, not allow his used would probably make:you more Joaquin valley, Cal., is Henry Miller, Goods of Every
next valuable than the milliouair's fortune. Description. I'
1; a not because they believe i will play a co who has under his individual control
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Wholesalers
and
: Retailers .
v prominent part in the national campaign more than 1,000,000 acres. In 1850 : ,
Orlando has entered
The
but because they hope t makeit The man who Reporter Miller was a butcher boy without a Send for Catalogue. Liberal Discounts to the Trade
i its fifteenth f successful
the means of getting into must ask and upon year cent in the wold. He is raid to be

these states. ofc i day ha passed ) work and gives promise of an i ink-finite ; now worth between $30TXK,000; and CLARK & LQFTUS.

' : / ; t accept official j future of continued prosperity. f $40,000,000.,

0 .\ Great So Fara'itura Housa, J 3 -tl.'lill3.. .

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