Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00289
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J.j"n: FLOWERS. water mark On investigating

j tire human skeleton was found an in-It glass Friday, with the.aid of an opera who lives alone, invited Stanford to office, which he conducted up to the Brooksville Star: .

..Wi seems that the fishermen who seine CIJt Stone,of the steamer Mar- stay to dinner with him, that very day of his death. CURIOUS
:? EST' NEWS FROM OUR STATE EXCHANGES -I on the river have frequently noticed t'la. sw flock of buzzards hovering he would prepare it in a few minutes DeSoto Arcadian. Cobb Deputies Foret Burns and Will CORPORATIONS. '
around three
the bones what seemed to negroes at Oriole
,.-'"! ...k-.Mf CON DEN SED. tention (to, but them paid no particular at- the marsh about one mile be a corpse from St.in would but Stanford not eat objected Rawls'saying that he A marriage license was issued last yesterday, charged with stealing $18 S m. of the Odd Sehm. !a W i .,,
( Ie the skeleton supposing them to Mary's. It is supposed to be the cooking. This Monday unite in the holy bonds of and a_pistol from another negro. Capital !. Ja _
,;: ;.ij tt* of Interest from all Parts of Tlorjfo of some animal. A of body seemed to enrage Rawls and he got his t "e.
man fell overboard from Mr the sailor, John Nathan, who shotgun and said he would "kill matrimony, E. H. Read and Miss L Miss An Sturgis was stung on the "Absurd schemes Icrrte Out la '
j presented in Readable Shape to boat Gibson's from the staging (9t any N. Murdock, of Punda Gorda. neck the Chicago
near the Alafia about two tie thesteamship Kir- man who said be was nasty." He shot spider first of the week. some tme Bn I for "_ ,

!'Suth(' Beady Header-Matters' of ago, and was drowned, and the years body April 2 and was drowned. Stanford in the left leg, the entire The excursion to Punta Gorda last Lazarus Munden brought us a sample Bankers was icorrat wth .-- ,'

< was never recovered. This is For some time past friends and charge of buckshot passing through Sunday was more than well attended.a of his oat crop yesterday, raised on 000. According projectors, none
.Wf: v'XJttle'ui" Important Interest to You to be his spiked neighbors of Cliarles the nis but bank wars to be al
... skeleton. Inloes, who was fleshy part of the leg. He then train of several coaches was plc near Istachatta. He informedus cuntr '

J.1j.1 \ '"> The: Grand Chapter of murdered at Tampa, have bt'el circulating -. struck Stanford on the head twice with jam ful and standing room at packe ure they were grown on pine land, lowe deposit fud.an which "

:ti(.. ': '"S. :.-:c'"i'd \. L '\. ..Masons of Florida, that: convened Royal Arch in which petitions tu raise money with his root cutter, inflicting only slight ml without fertilizing,from seed raised by them.per cnt Just Intrst where to t four b* paid

',,'" ...... l 'iQ .\ Jacksonville) Tuesday in its 4itli( an- and to employ a detective to catch wound Rawls then left him, and As will be seen by the preceedingsof C. Graham last year. We would advise cent on Investments is puzzling p
""- \ iiual secure the conviction of Stanford laid those who
, the mur on the ground expect to plant
convocation bleeding the
commissioners the wisest
; closed their county out In New-York
''" t work derer. So far nearly $JMI( has I hu copiously until sundown next obtain seed from Mr. Investr a scheme
Wednesday nearly when -
{r morning and adjourned raised county has offered a reward of$500 for fal t was a company Insure
'!, :: Rue dtc. Much good work had been ty. oder, and$:OO beo! ittJ theStateand coun he got up, harnessed his horse to his the capture and conviction of the party ham, S they are certainly far ahead depositors from loss by failure t bank .

:;'ilii: accomplished. Wednesday morn i the same purpose, wagon and went home. The physician or parties who murdered S. A. of any that we seen ti spring. throughout the country. Each bank (a
hg's &uL
making u
ir session was devoted to discussing sev And if a total of $soo() now assured. attending Stanford thinks he will recover. few weeks since, at Zolfo. 'Tey al 'Uncle Sam," the large alligator the Union &to pay annually t this tasurance -

r eral! points of Masonic law, and the ready subscribed necessary thuS who have al- recommended the governor caught last week, was taken t a lake company a fixed sum constitints -

tJ.f15' ? election and i installment of as double their to the fund will Tampa Tribune: There was an exciting a |100 reward. I is hoped this will south of town last Saturday lariat- *large capital of several millions, .{

11"': : I follows: Grand high OI'I". E. subscriptions. episode in staid Hyde Park last bring justice perpetrator of the ed out for safe keeping. No sale of the Interest of which was to ba used la

; ; J I'Vehster:, denntv--.--- f",1 p\iEMt, :M40 Both tllf* colore-t.fl1fl.1it------.,, _ninl. R-n.Ir- Slliulav aferoon that f0 n n tim____<_> foul deed. him has yet been effected. ,av1nthA amount due thit dftor
',- IP Jfget.1hl* are being Chipped from .Silas B Wright grand I I tist Leesburg are hard at tlreat serious. The two Jumitbefore on the any subscribing ,
; king, M. nt going to press this morning b
Gainesville in large quantities. Mcln\ to h work raising money to build SumterviUe 7imes.Shert'Chapwn's. Of course this wu simply .,
\ > ;grand scri be, new young daughtlr of Mr. and Mrs. W. the sad news came of the te .
p\ t; Jcbn F. Dunn of Ocala, has purflba.ed grand treasurer, If. K. Ely HStllhensj; sec; J. Berry,Florida avenue,accompanied sudden death of Frank t u son !! county baring strong bank to take care of the ama '. ;

l property: at ('iallawood.i. retary, I). C. )awkini'j; grand' gfnd Florida Chief Clerk Henry: S. Elliott, of the by Miss Edith's dog-her pet playfel1SVWere of County Commissioner,Hendr. hoU( j2i) h a 8in ones which they would gladly H I

|t'Bome' up tole Chanlcr Sharp's lain, \V. A. McLean; grand chap Bureau of AgrluIUr' reports among quite a number of R er. People : be getting better of existence altogether rather aid

,;' "librae while iu Madison a few? nights of host, Warren Tyler; grand princi- ton that the: prospects Florica cot- people, :young and old, who were on dry.The gathering of the every year, or bondsmen, are more either them to lve. Nothing has ever come. of

,. i.frince. pal sojouruer, F. A. Richards grand crop-both sea island upland the pier and along the board walk at of the moneyed men plentiful.A prtptpruldea
; -are the county in this city last Tuesday corporations?
very foot
royal arch discouraging. Continued of Hyde Park
Dwelling of Henry Stevens captain,C. McLaughlin; avenue, whensuddenly was an indication grand occasion was the Alliance Well, they are Innumerable. What do
of have made the morning pointing yoa
cotton late
grand drought in the
master series
I. of dog a of
: DeLand was binned TUc' llar. JjOhs the third veil. C. J. up. liar gave pecu to something more than regular business meeting at Bushnell on Saturday last. think of a corporation to run a
Full Hayes! ; second veil, W. S. Jordan Two-thirdlofthefoleed are yelps which once heard can never Long before the hour arrived for the observation eaptn
. [ llSOO. > insured.; 1 first veil II. ; yet in the ground which makes it impossible be forgotten and rounds of the town, and long before balloon atUhlcagoT .
I A. Brown; grand guard ran wildly up and opening of the meeting could be seen not > In smoke. It burst
high noon of up during a
. Eo't. I to to the down cluter men were &
the .
, '. Five thousand two hundred) and James F. Clark. I yield. .calculte as probable street, until he got into the discussing the sale of the wagon after wagon,loaded with people prairie cyclone which was bent on getting .
i is
eventyseven tons pebble phosphate: j Tampa TriIulf': The last will and than 69 moll yard R.S.Cromer and ran upon the county bank, which was to take Dst and picnic baskets well pouring out to Ma or rather to
te Le
cent of 1Icblaa
) per what it
: last piazza where
ehipi ed from was ,
I'imta the
were ( family
Jorda! last! testament John C. Williams The were sitting. at 12 o'clock, at which time in on al the roads Timers was another
I year. cotton is Mr. Cromer Judge tHushnel. crpraUou
"week. who in his home in St. coming up s was urged to kill the dog, King out in front It be plainly seen, which seriously to
'".; dit Petersburg slowly that unless rain comes the but instead of stepped of the bank, thouh prop DaTte
During the past! four weeks entire doing!so he insisted that yet, that there was air,with a .
months, from : afro, was filed in the fields will have to be it; read I the advertisement for the sale mUCh ad wugravely
IJari. 1, to April 30, there were 52 county judge's office by the legal rep Washington, Walton' and replanted.Holmes was "only a fi"and would soon pass and announced ready for bids on the larger crowd present than the most asserted at one time that half of
deaths in St. resentatives of awayand sothe and quiet the had As the capital was paid and the airshipswere
Augustine natives the widow Thursday counties.report rain and iu Luiding. safe and fxture.etc. After sanguine expected. the hour I
Sod 26 transients. and it was asked that it be admitted condition, but a decrease crop in the good suffering crelm'e. He was at last pre l\ely bidding Simmons approached for tne opening, those few being buU.
to probate. The acre "aiedpon alll shot the now biul who remained in the city turned their ,There Is Chicago a company organized
will the
t John Poinar, of bt. Augustine has leaves age of ii" per cent. In the middle twice whole outfit for $2264.60. .
.f to Niagara Fall N. that the testator died e'el"thin counties ,aud Guy Simmons, Canton & Co. will toward the spot for the with a big capital to build carriages of
gone *, Y. This is ) the decrease in the is son then struck it the open a step selet
acreage on head with be
["the first time he has ever: been: lifty of to the widow, with the exception about 30 per cent., and in some of the heavy pole After the dog dead a general banking business in this build which wa situate about : ever description. There was t another propelled wblca by elec
of was
mile proposed
: one lot in from the
the what
mItes from Ht. Augustine.! town of St. Peters eastern counties, where sea island is and buried ing at oncl. }>,
people to to
began realize that
burg, which is known West Bushuell. maufatur.a appliance -
K. Collector Cato has turned over to will is given to the town. planted, the decrease is 40 per cent. mad or "in a fit,"the danger had been Dade City Industralist. a to chek to a full eletc runaway "

** Couuty Treasurer Shannon of j 1'1l this i affect closed with a paragraph to It good rain come within the next two the same, and there was at once a cry T. J. Holtou dropped in Tuesday, Above all other things we hate to see borae tbu reducing the dangers of driving -

county ((..J3t: as collections Alachu3.1 r loved : "As my children have or three weeks the growth will be against unmuzzled dogs. and told us of a rattlesnake 14 feet 7 is the man who loafs arouad. and never t a minimum. Another,with the reverse

i;i,for the month of April. I II II|t not or cared for: me as I think rapid and the yield per acre will be M7iitc( Boomer: inches in length, which killed in tries to do anything for himself and purpose of argumenting the danger .
j i have I do F. w
: I not desire that nearly much as usual. then curses the for being too of pedestrlanism,
hammock country buildingof
r: The Brp'arl) I 3 Water in Ray's by Dr.B. L. Ray and proJetd.th. .
; Fort White
I county convention wa !j twyslwuld.enjoyan"ofmyproperty. Arthur will soon be ata Wells. good. We think tht the country a traveling upon a man.if .-
I.Lvbel(1 at'fitu.s\411i> Thursday, and live j j Tie heirs ny their legal representatives has C. Jackson from of Jacksonville, premiul if it fails to rain. 'Vi would be better off al such men had ::1 lively and reckless), could atep while

4eJf'g&UoIl were chosen. They WI1uuIustriirlvil ': also fed a petition asking for receive a letter W. I. Buch Strawberries this week at fifty cents We learn that a double wedding was a free pass to China, some other the sidewalk was In motion at the rat of

. 'l;;' but are known to bo the appointment of an administratorof the department of agriculture a gallon. consummated yesterday at Eliren, seaport town," and would at once putit four miles per hour and thus simultaneously
'Bwynemen.Iv&uf I the estate, and that for the 'Yord's Fair, stating the contracting parties being into use ride and walk
I I gave notct that Florida Rev. H. H. Newman received the Marti by going over. around a section of
Phillips and Miss Julia
\ they will to con- .
' ;}rd contest the the W S
J ; Palm Springs, the other grounds wi. Among tribute tree trunks for the colonnade of sad intelligence Monday last of the Dike Miller Lizzie Tucker. A party of gentlemen, comp of ord's Fai.
from on setup and1\1s two other Illinois
jieoenllysold they rapid
r, one-fourteenth of the death of his ,a George Stafford, and
forestry young
-Tacreof ground, $45' worth of onions, their contest is the allegations that Fair. The building at the World's ising mau, at Bry-ou, Teuu..Ul prom- The infant child of Judson liayman Kennedy, went out on last Monday transit scbemes by one of which packages -

Tides( :l.lIlhat were used! in the fainJaikies the lady who has lived with Gen. feet and has forestry been building is aiSxo o died Monday night, after a lingering try their luck at alligator hunting. t of 10 pud are t be 'wiped. to
Williams for designed to illustrate The trains the
the are daily use of Inventor from
1' past eight or ten becoming more 's. The the ,
neighbors including morning they succeeded in
the killing
forest ,
f and to whom !: of the United heavily loaded the Chicago to New York in
years all the property rsouresl by increase of Willis and the
H. vegetable stlou
Gardener Dormany Jack Gas- one 7 feet and three'
under arrest in States. A characterand measuring one
was bequeathed, is 'not his legal wife rustc appearance shipments. kins and their : other of which la a railway
.Augustine for were feet and also in fifteen little o
alnlucting (or elop- and is has given the building, a famie asidoU capturing which cars are be propelled at IAD milesan
consequently, not his widow. in their of t
with care In the
Miss afternoon
l ) Camilla Irwin lastek In response to the ca 1 for fruit prominent feature which will be the Phosphate buyer have started anew,, ltte suterer. ore.I as they were hour by pneumatic power,the propel
has been a cigar maker ininpa a colonnade it seems, who : Married going back t dress the alligators they' .
growers' convention a h.rge number composed of ninety columns many daily ar at Tuesday ling steam of water being squirted
for MX years. mll'mblel at Gainesville extending around it. Each column rive. There is much valuable Jntleft May the 10, Broksvie.. and had Killed the morning,they passed against the rear of the at short Intervals
1r. ear
j ohu Jenkins has been appointed j A secret session! was held Thursday. will be made of three tn't trunks, yet near here and it seems ltte Miss Minnie TlJoma. Mr. Wilson is by a "cow pit" which Mr.Stfor had along the whole length of the line.

S,1he county lioard, inspector of. night and a number returned Wednesday home the center one not to be less than six. ,strange,that some one does not one of our bet known and most ener- dug for the pu' of his Then tl.ere I U in tIle State.f Washingtona

irks and brands for tIN in t h dis- a j the following without waiting ten inches nor more than twenty Rev. G. T. Leitner has received his getic business men, and the bride is a cattle, and stretched out; corporation with a $300.000 cpit

..t, aud James Mitchell)] for tin I! until the morning close of the in diameter at the base, the appointment as representative: daughter of Mr. Geo. H. Thomas, at full length, they saw the mammoth known &the CnsoUdate Black Ct e

Deteenlh district. I j jtie 2 I Hon A. S. Mann itrcsidtfl. and meeting..1. P. other two not leas than nine nor more for the Grand grlt) the State of r formerly a resident of Dade City, now alligator work of the reason. It was the of FarhaTn. tow o the
Jlernandehouse Jarkson,of Jacksonvillewas: than twelve inches at the base tanermg Wyoming, near the Grand one of the phosphate magnates, of only a few seconds t kill him. by way. baa epra into
:, at St. Au- api>oint- Lodge of He measured 10 feet in
Jue, opened) the season with ('(1 )'. Mr.Mann made a toward the top,and all to be 1'I'n- Florida.. This is nnito Rroksvil.Ve extend congratula length and 4 corpoiate existence anO last
jl'C'Itflr lengthy
av :folllmcnt.to feet 10 inches from
of hind census
fe tip tip was Is
ty-live long. Each tree purpose
riage, Miss Hernandez to. (;Jeorge : : i interesting! address, saying that have attached Mr. lllr,:ul'lhe ; j tillS Let to the hannv-- feet. Thevcuthis head t and dressed f blaok on a t
IP. Bedding; and closed willi tin- I j some new ideas were to be advanced, it the imrne of the not nave selected a more competentrepresentative. Couple. his- hide and then drove in prop island cat et
State town with oats
where it
ding 0' Miss\ Tracy Hart man t tuelius t.> one of which Was the manner of hand the tree and an was estimate grown,if the furnished name of a Onnond Oas Gazette: it for the purpose of letting ye editors be killed for I Pct Sund. eats are t
and ,
O'Donuell. I dealers ling packing oranges. Western of the tuiautity of such timber in its We were in error two weeks since instating The convention which met at Bar- cast their optics upon it. to be tabooed. Theschemeiabasedonsshowing
,or the month of April the number unreliable, that Floriday fruit is native place. Floridians are also invited that the postofllce had been berville Saturday decided to organizea that the world la Tr short o

:* eatIis. in IVnsacola, wasl., of1ch market in and much of it reuIls the to send similar sticks of timber h mOYt't from Herloug to Tolen. We third party, elected a countyexecu- DEATH OF COL. BIRD. black cats. But that Is not merely oori-

number 15 were white and.i H |1MHr condition. To remedy for the woven rustic work between the lt''U so informed, but have recently tive committee, decided to calf county one corporation. The propagation o
red. With an estimated all such e\11) he proposed that columns. : that an at nominating : Colonel William black cats for this la a prsper
popula- three The tree trunks must be de ol't exi't convention at DjLaud Capers Bird rurp
lo of 15,000) this shows or four large packing houses, both places-Herloug June die ous Industry in It Was tried
a death rat livered at 10, the
*' with t I for cold Jackson Park, Chicago), ant 101t1. enlofl'el St. Luis platform at his home in Mouticello Saturday, some In
19.2 1,000() U'olllolutiol storage of years ago Chesapeake Bay but
per without New
per be ( % at any expense to the Smyrna Jirceze: t1 People's party May 7th. He a failure in .
'stnhlshed as many central exposiion. ten was a native of Jefferson consequence of the Ill-
inge growers in South Florida poi n Ind the in the state freight being prepaid by th Four persons were received: into the ctegate to attend the Ocala con- advised action of the cats themselves in "' .
(still hauling watt'r to their groves, he sent to ni one of oranges these nearest the the point of s shipment. Already thir- M. E. Church South last! Sunday. on 1st day of June. The county, and few men in the State forming an Irish Republic and Introducing

I the few recent showers: have failed) grower to be packed in. the best ty States have agreed to do this. resolutions adopted evince a determination i have been s prominently identified Home Rule on the island."

revive the drooping trees.! It ha. and there! and : be Alexander Bailer The Congregationalists ha1 placeda and energy indicative of hot' with her history. The Times-Union irIsh Home Rule. What
11't manner to a landscape gardener beautiful stained political work which RpubUc d
the hottest and .dr 'I'loIt season! glass window in the will make itself you
shipped only when there is a demand proposes to establish green front of their church edifice. felt. contains the following brief,
\lD In that vicinity for thirty I or for You fr-e these black eats were of the
fruit. Thus all gluts in the market houses and gardens at Tampa for the sketch of .
y'al'A ....... would be avoided and, propagation of fine flowers and plants. A difficulty between two lads in town Rev. C. WT. Arnold and wife started biographical him. Kilkenny bre and killed each other aa

.1. D&fiels and wife and) t.! Wilj age of fruit being guaranteed every,"lack- wound up last Saturday night by one' ou a trip to England yesterday morn- "Col. Bird entert the Confederate fat as propagated"-Ns Y.Tribune.Poar .

j;41 if d l wife, of Santos Marion mand would be created that only te The steamer Crescent City, running of them being cut with a knife. ing. Dr. Arnold a rector of this par army as an ofcer in the first com

ity, have started for ('allJ pi ua!>!, Florida oranges wou1 fill. He also on for the St. Johns river has been sold.: The dredge was put to work last !sh has e"rm'a vacation by unremit pany that was raised in .Jefferson HIuvlOT (. ItoadMi .*4X.taa.
They went to I'ensacola advocated $1.00. The purchaser i is Peter ting work and we shall miss both him- A between
connection Monday Is wager a couple of broken
doing county wounded
ali rapid work on was at Shiloh and
and the self and his
i re they took where 8ellf Beach wife the 01 her day resulted In
voyage on a vessel. surplus vegetables could be Miller. the roadway to the main channel of accomplshel very at a Interesting '
[Till' take a month to make the trip. canned, unsaleable oranges and other the river. much again Perry ville; was promoted for ezpei I me at a to the rapidity with whlc.i

[:young people will make Brazil : fruits could he made into wines, preserves The Massachusetts Phosphate Company I'alatka Herald: gallantry upon the field of battle; telegiapiiir}: :caabe done between New '

.future home. I etc., and every portion of the of Acme, is pushing forward its York'Vlll Mr. Lorillard. left here for New A United States Fish Commission resented his senatorial district in rep York and LnIuu I was stte byat
cros 4-tie! business on the St. frit. b. He claims that: buildings with great energy and will contemplated putting on two car was sidetracked on Laura street State senate ual tests sDt t" *
utiz'J was treasurer
be ready te receive its steamers to run between here and that ; county London from the New York Stock .
r1* river, is reviving. In addition parties ready to establish son one day this'week. E- .
such bulldingsprovided the citizens of which'is on its way from Boston. place, and also a line of steamer be clerk of the circuit court in this county change and an answer reiv in
0 cargoes
already forwarded from Our
indina of late, two more vessels; the pltCl'selected are willing to co At DeLand Tuesday afternoon the tween here and Jupiter. ocean L plied with vegetable the most market luscious is well sup and was United States mrh for minutes.but Ordinarily tm. la much
to be longer. on this ocaslcn *
were effort
about SOO a special
$,now loading with ties. Several Gainesville was mentionedas residence of Henry Stevenson, ex-sher- steamer. tons I of Indian River tomatoes. specimens the northern district of Florida under was made with the above remarkable' t

1 ago there was an immense! busi- one of the most! desirable point. if'of Volusia county,caught fire in the One of the Cleveland's administration. sult. From this Itmaybelnferredthat the r.
of this kind done the Mr. Mall also mentioned a : story and burned to the Last! Wednesday afternoon we"were lghter which were re-
ground. A cable services *
The loss is visited by the heaviest cent Water street is prominent figure passes off the' a nearly perfect lu It la
fruit about storm
kofFernandina. packing he has recently i iI $2,500.( The insurance hai L
to make
lie_! I Ij I I invented. It i is so made and stamped I I is $2.2. A'man Hawkins known here in se\'erl years. It was LI more at"the foot Laura streetand stage of action.\ A &gallant life closes, la possible constantly crowing it. I'l.and cable business '>
j at
young people's) Society of ChrisliEudeavor '- name the house erected present .
second thereon
by die that from one of the The and hundreds of old ;
a no frauds cau be > crazy season. comrades who
: composeil of the i erpetrated ( rainfall 1 doubtless for the accommodation of nearly 9 messages are sent dally from .
by) dishonest dealers : The United States Company was Ilthe'wind strong, wore the will tear New to London between the
people of the Presbyterianiat Lralting Phosphate the lightning the workmen employed in the build grey drop a to .the hours
IVnsacolu: have raised) $7I( inferior fruit as Florida oranges. at Acme has sold 1,000 tons of the hailstoues sharp abundant.and frequent ant ing of the new Buffalo memory of Col. William Capers Bird. of 10 and 11 All the commercial business *
T. Laine, of Lisbon was then pebble phosphate and is They Blufbrdg.'rie is done by cipher and la
e b.-ii1it bleed and gave his views'on the subject preparations to ship it. The order just gin.lke shot aim almost building ': by' Senator the code that a considerable
and Sherman's
i forwarded the amount with force talk about the eSII ta
combination, which ho considered came in time as its dry bin enough break the glass Kupperbusch a" a restaurant,on be sent at a comparative outlay.
near '
llev. IP republican
T. DeWitt nomination
ay Talmage, through. The ground became Lemon street,has been torn down It regarded I The
the rirst esential J. ly full. The thickly preparatory a regular tariff is twenty-five coats a
of the t succes. is. doing significant. He
nan relief company very tells
committee of M.Barco strewn vit1'Pebbles of ice of the sizeof to the erection of a brick everyone with word. The
: *
being called on,spoke briefly, well under the of its messages are sent by
York.e whom he talks OTlr
superintendence the
advising home market and then walnuts and minutes elapsed before: structure. 1\11.Kupperbusch has on subject that he land wire to Content "
a I able J. .
\V. Gartner. Heart's
manager, Newfoud -.
: move Mr..Harrison
lIuit of the officers who expects be
into nominatedon L
cap- gave way to A. P. RaNkin who added I they mltt'(1 The storm came from; the building at one time t land,where they are .
l l:the: Georgia boise thieves, his Capt. C' J. Bravo, who runs one of the Wtot. by A. W. Strange a meat market' the first ballot, he invariably ocean cable to transmit thence
testimony to what had been I a Val"ncla
it before County Judge Harri- and sid John Savarese's fish camps near Bish- until his new quarters are completed. adds: "If he isn't, the convention I direct .- Irlad '
t Tampa for the reward offered urged against consignments, sing op's Harbr, caught a monster sawfish A citizens' meeting was held at will probably stampede to Blaine or t Lttr Chicago
that would not to Died at his home at HerldPe".awUI._ _ 'S
a'nrt: ruled that the otn'ers"t're buyers come u gill net Saturday which Bryan's Hall on the evening of May Fla. Orange Mil some other man." It is jokingly said

fi titled to the reward; but al- as long as fruit consigned. In speak- measured 15 feet in length and weighed 10, 1892, to take steps looking to the 1:15, Monday morning May 2, ; around the capitol the Senator .. .. Rat.l M WI.t.n .S
of a Mexican orange coming two about 500 The extension! of what is known the o'clock, Capt. John S. aged I thinks "some other tat .
: l Deputy Sheriff John Moony the pounds. saw is 31 feet as Cary about the There is one carious thing a Boa
at of the actual expense he was I mouth earlier that ours,reports of the in length and is perfect not a tooth Flagler road from Daytona to this 6years. same a John Sherman.He Ian winter. In the latter abut October

65. custome house at New \ork show being broken 'ihe captain he place. The steamer Alligator will soon be or the first of November the weather will '
that $4,500,000) ) worth is sent to that says I in running condition and : not a mess ge from his wife be ,
take mild
will with him when he Is here
i along goo ready September.
jury.of the case of S. F. Wick- port. Growers are entitled to protection i Leesburg : for It knocked him () b38 pins; a i I t
to Fair. Not a sign can of
I With seen
goes tears of joy he read these words '
Tg. the South 'Vord's ; apprahla J.
Florida, railroad. as well as manufacturers. Herea E. B. Thomson has i
been Florida Instead ot change when
1 beef of triplets,twins- suddenly.
Messrs. appointed a fine ap '
bad Haynes Young & Bailey of very wtout
been ,
out ever since Monjrrenlng resolution was presented to the effect on the Government has qualty ,
surveying force made its warning, a
was discharged) by the that we urge our legislatorsthe Orlando, are going into the pineapple stationed at St. Augustine. ket appearance in who can't pent the northern bu.U b F
: \ upon business. Tney have three Mr. and which brings the native cow once People get away this I sen sky in
I at Tampa Thursday as they adoption of a tariff of $1 a box on under already and will have Mrs. Thomson will leave for St. Augustine more prominently to the front. summer, ,look like birds with clipped four hours the thermometer may fall .
not verdict. cover soon
agree upon a They imported oranges which was amended next Saturday. wings. fifty degrees. The change Is suddenand
[five fQr the plaintiff and one for to include a dutyof 10 ceuts.per poundon three acres more. They have transplanted Capt.J.:E.Lucas says his Ocklawaha violent that travelers frequently 1 'J

fenftaut, but that one wouldve [ long cotton also. Both were unanimously 12,5 plants of the smooth District Deputy Grand Master Dr. J. steamer wi be ready to take her regular -: Ou oystr.I out of the soup and I frozen to death before tbe a can gala '.1
In. adopted. Col. H. W. Long Cayenne variety and have just received G. Wallace, of Dade City met with up that go ue bll shelter. It ba occurred out "
romantcrverb.the tat famor
31,000 more from the Azores the brethren Leesburg F. and 1st of October.
burial of Frank then introduced another Lge looking after their been '
Brown the col- 1
deputy Hheritl took place at which was adopted, "that reoluton Islands. They also have twenty) acres A. M., No. 58, on andofficially boat is to be a "dandy" and just such On.of the slrantrer.1 LU Ire f'" In ancient caught In one of the bizr and. >

fukt week. Brown had a wifeleacoti sense of this meeting. that we do not in grape-fruit, besides their vineyard.An lectured the brethren. Dr. a craft in every way a would be ex Home Is niftitioued by Juvenal In missing their way home their .- .
'--- .. ... box attempt was made to nave r. u. Wallace was Leesbure's first mayor pected_ to emanate from the exoe- hi4 Satires. It consisted of buying houses I lives their bodies remaining under the .
a 01
rr, (JUl. iIi consign single oranges,
They ueen both living were wuii at i"woman. I I we recommend home markets and ant Cooper who was placed under $IOUO, and charter master of the Leesburg rienced brain of our accomplhe fed. An fr*._ The arv" .fnlntrkr hnrrlA4l- trt- thc' snow until the following spring. Thesuddenness r

lal I boxes." The then bond for trial ou the charge of lodge. While here Dr. Wallace and SIUC. attended b slaves carrying bags I ofa Dakota blizzard is .
and meeting Herald
'stamped mutating .
Into about
a row Quincy :
loved United States currency at family were guests of Mr. and :In. of luey and others carrying tools, known in the northwestern part of .";
<< Brown adjourned.
Ihave tried the mowt and last week, taken to Key West for trial John C. Love. The new Quincy Hotel was built by judged the chances of salvage and madea c outr.but it is tardiness personified f I .,
probably to murder Thirty acres of Hooper's land on the before the United States district court, Thos. L. Ward & Co., the contractors bid to the distracted house owner who compared with the rapidity with A

"aaer had not bystanders iuter- west side of the river, near Tampa, which there Monday morning The town council has rescinded the for R. C. Stearns, and is a creditable v.asglad toacceptlnytllnA arule. The which a Russian winter storm comes on.tit. .- "" ,

was sold Saturday to Christopher B. convene. Consequently, uu- order taxing the B. & L stock of the piece of work. Considering very bargain strtci this earliest Louis Globe Democrat.Ho "

Ic. M. Siurge-, of Fernaudiuai of Chicago, for $6,5tk) cash. 1ut Leesburg Building and Loan Associa ious hindrances var- of lire assurers set his shoes to work and ..
9 Hout'IJ le** the man can in getting a delays, is truly
i appointed by Weed succee ton. that ant i seeuredwm'at tIe> could. Sometimes even I F..e AlOBf tb. Hit
Bishop Augustine Saturday, County bond, he will t. in jail uutil surprising have .
of East Florida. What committed Garner in default the structure iu complete he put out the flames and so made a coup I.It seems singular to
Judge: Cooper next February before he gets a trial. There was a new coon in town the s short a tme. ver go along the
la* the east convocation of bail await the action of Snider ; was a business for capitalists, but t Nile and no visible divisions
ex- ) $ to superintended the of of the
II first of the con-
) Tampa Tribune: Among the numerous w ek and he was wanted the! poorest who speculated in small:I !
14 far west as Cedar Keys and the grauiljiirv in the elopement: case iu Marion struction, and to his skill and property,and yet they are a definitely ;
ladies in this who for
county are could hardly lose if ho had
south lines of JjCV'. In this : of Garner mIl Ervin. Florida county hrestealngaud judgment we are indebted to go way presence known a they would b by fence or ,'S
have exhibit house-breaking. of mind
"t'Mr jug to an products u enough to grasp the chances. !
nme boundary marks.
Sturges has a general I I The barn and stables: near Welboru at the World's Fair Is Mrs. Julia Marion Lei toner. Monday afternoon one of the most home-like inns of its Thus Cato the Eider, and above all, Cras traveler. "The recently returned '. ,

i m tendency the of the missionary : of Hon. B. F. Umstead ex-Kepreseut- Jackson of Hyde Park, the mother of Davis White, a colored dett'cti'e: who State.capacity The(containing 21 rooms) in the sua. laid the foundations of their great this matter la In the hands entire of char. of. ;. \.
EpiHcopal beautiful -
church. j atlve from that county, were burned It. A. and W. P. Jackson and Mrs. JM. had Let'l: on a still and tasteful wealth. The latter had a passion for such a relic of whom '
.'- ,Dunn, at Ocala, has traded for Thursday night, together with corn, J. Cardy. This venerable lady has ran the sa'ile-hued rascal dowc at the Queen Anne staircase was planned and gambling lie gradually collected a force most Crstaniy-t the 1 confined '' ;

P.Jin* property in Chattanoogii, 1 fodder mId one horse. 'rhl loss is about made two beautiful: hats of the fiber of :Florida Southern depot. He had a' erected by J. M. Wilson and is a mot of carpenters, mismis and such artificers and whose decisions and country are Implicitly ,

7J75IVillhoite exchanged propIU..VtiattaIioga 1:0. Thecauseof the fire is unknown.At palmetto and is now finishing a rough-and-tumble fight with him, but, pleasing result, helping to make slaves of courep-which raCIe 500 relied upon. Aa rera of
:- ( \ The hats in spite of his Winchester succeeded tractive interior. Mr. Wilson is the men. Not only did be buy hOUS8 on their a example
j material. of
i for projprty iu I Jacksonville the work on the rug of the same author of other Ire. power education, 1 remember one'S :
Iu5athx. ) in cash. The en0amoUflh4 i.ublic building foundation has again are very neat: ,offahionabll shape and in landing him in the Leesburg lockup the premises.Our ornamental work on but aI6.i.e enlarging Liu ur"1 the cmmonpracti. of their schools which I vie where ,

to $7NN(). He been delayed. This time it is clearlynot trimmed with taste,giving an idea of Monday night the prisoner cut a : made a fur those &Joln- children of nine and could : '

% Ocala, several or- the fault of the Government: or coit- one of the many uses to which the big hole in the jail, out failed to get postoffiee is now a Presidential, I wW in (hunger. His readily converse In French German and '
out. He was then chained well or third-cla office, with an increase were commonly welcome we learn. &u I English, their .
"ftndBome lhslilIatehiIidS.Ui. tractor but because the city will not I fiber can } up as bIde native de" _
L 1t as and will to iu salary of the postmaster. helpless were the people and so great I Boston .
orange groves is a re- establish the propergrade, which is esrnential Tampa Tribune: Seeb Bawls andWalterStaoiford for 10ket up b'VI answer the peril. By this means Ciassus became _ _4
; Wautiful siiot on IikeMaj. ) before work can resume.: : got into a drunken crime An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. F. the greatest owner ot house property inHome. 'SValaabm. <
brie Willhoite will near Bloommgdale Our shocked to Littman died last Thursday -Chicago Standard. TI. W.t'
The murder atZolphoseems to be a row aRwls' place community was The night
iliOae. near resulting of sudden bereaved have Tomson-Billaon la a man who
which came the death of ,
} John parent
deep a mystery as ever. One mannamed ) lear of the sypthy HeV'a. "R.pt.d That Night. keeps his word.Johnsonindeed.. D.Tr. ':
It seemsthatltowlVand rj. Gordon which community.
for occurred at the Pendletou
has been arrested fatally "
morning Mrs. Hewettr William Stnford. "I'm quite beside inyrelf to-night. sheed. ,
: ;. went in u boat on the and ;placed in )ail to await the been at House, this city, on Saturdaymorning is arriving daily for the new she asked him to be seated. Tomson-Yes, confound .; .5-;
Yer,and when the but a great a neighbor's house during the morning May 7th. Dr. Gordon wus \arehous which i)to be built for the 1 he him owe hi.
about half WH? of grand jury, Became there's two of you. reple I a trifle and he said he intended to
and the mouth acton believe him innocent, and that drinking, and both very 37 'l'ar of age and a dentist by pro Cigar Company, and Contrct "a11 the better; there can't b.to mayo around after it. I stayed out of the house ..
Sutherland \
Ian Bawls .m fession. He came to about expects to
Stanford got Leesburg I
they discovered took in the drunk. hve such are. -N. Y. threeoccasions
a. hu- one man part lr a WD .you on wben I expected a visit
uu 171ng I and took him home. Bawls, eight mouths and opened a 1 1I force of workmen employl from hIm and he didn't '{
I ou the bank at high killing. wagon ag dentl I brick foundation te come. You can't ".:

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: } COUNT from Our Exebuiges. 0 CQCOAXUT TIIEES. i i.THEY Co' !. vii nml tlic Tlitrrt Party.Nil. w. H. RIVERS? T0HODGES

|RjiDFQDi t ? IEIEGRJkPJLj .ll i is evidently tit inrly to venture nvcoiichijix't ( Polk, the pn-si'lent of the liational ,

ra'rn.mAlliance, has abandoned the I
---- ? : 1t s to who In the iirGENERAL
j)1oijbCy) xyill ; -
-PUBL.tSflE1 WEEILY k1--- : ARE GROWN yZRY: SUCCESS- idea; of trjirg; to carry the nlinnce into lALtp
ST VR COUNTY utinocr.itit-candH.ite fur Iftl "
p.BftA.DFOUD governor. '
.4 r .- t ,t FULLY w SOUTH; FLORIDA. the iLk ii plnty.! Cof- Livingston had a .
re i 14 cI.
ti tfcncr.il: consensus of opinion
I.c.wrm.. 1 1 P lkaii; }
talk xxith him >
S.ilmdny. p
E c(11 o randPubl 1 s hgTjsi.oo llnil Sit.tI KJnrliic! 'in the xviy 'of terriloli'id | MERCHANDISE
'- 0 ( YsSIIitgo. Ise North Carolina alliance: men
Although Introduced fitly gt| n j is uiuii'g
roiMt'inn.; ) .augli: to )h'avc the honor ofA. Ito
JAR1: tiyr tho Stute Could >.ot NOW 1k Verj | enter th j drjivicratii: pr iitiiti its ard
!3ttta1I On- standard hearer, it appealsulp1
Well Without Them-Sumo t>t the >IanyU fi/l.'t their, Iwitties; vviiliin the eVnvirraiicMiik"
trrpi .\ttwtfnv 1* "Aft .r C> iaL _Mtii; hell will 1 lia the_ man .t 0 0 DRV{ (OOPS,
: e tU Coroannt IK Put To. Col. Liyiuns-lon s>:iid he Iciicxe3
tie Fait'Ofae.'Marls. 'A/., .n _1opt ot th- oiiiiiu-s! I in I that mlionx- i ,

/'tT*** J 1.r>i < Idhit iin.ininiiiy ami iuil eiiilinsinsm in While tX cocoanut tree aboundin Coy, Polk u ao.li.indoning I toe thirst party, MOTIONS,

:- Ins ln-lid{ ()/ c nrsv, it ton! Jeff Browne South Florida it is not a not a native of fcceijig iLefu li pst hope tor:; i.

.. It in onlv vl 'vn tlayn Jn tinMrtti) : xvill the section nor has the fruit been cultivated Caj. Polk i-as been fcloxx-<. ttf that the .
vots fionithi
get suiui'conipliiiK-'itiiry o HOOTS.GROCERIES..
con cthi' n nt Taiuj'n.: Tlicio x'jjl hen) for any great length of time. Ihini p-my movement xxill amount lonothinir
i"iutticni l ffctio nntl
:, 'si.ibly some
: Jib; |)h'Kjsr of nrji About sixteen years ago a Bahama : 1} tits imiliing to real upon that
fn w the v I'Mcni. The lion: Jeff is renll
} at
wrecked off the coast, neat w.oJps
91tt1r. ap| euls slro'njily 1 lo the common st-nsc ot
.ljt. in it. Ihs follr/\xing will go to smiustritj Jupiter inlet. Soon after the waves'began
tie people. Th- ereat: m-ijority ot those

Florida, although sufl'Mln-jt! from cr nmu. Dr. Gaskina. too, xvillJuivc bringing the cargo: ashore, among xxho iiave gone into tjn- third puny h-ive

very active rnd cfiilnisiaslic friemU which were found a" large number of .
a erf ro lrluill; 1i; i j4 njiir.li Jitter ft'JLlitti '
i few in (!Jane so wlihoui any gflsI u-ato-i. 1'Iitoy
thoM xvho l b36oV IM tlie Mate 4Iavtrt;,-): Dr Craxxfunl.il cocoanuts. Resident-i were very \' i \* *
ntc xvasjC'. < nt \ this'wsrtijn at that time, but they 1 IILVC: not Miitlit-d :hc ilui.i p-itly pl.-.lfurm
] Jn the \\ost. he tliroxxK up !hlaciriip: ontie] sccrelarxMiii Starkr, FJi.
IL gathered together eid api'mpriatcd and, lIteicf're. liax'e no o'Iit1 >n "> to it*
i; to tiikc a chiiutc for tlju uoslrnliottgi.v
whatever chine to thcih. de-'i-: U I dim ]l.ke'y td ln-uer tiieir m ileiiai -
I T)1j: These cocoanuts MUYQ con great condition xxcre iht-y tatrits1 l into effect Q
ft.ciTr: lIt in Fz11! li.:,; It will\\ for the lioiidri-tinit .1(idge Jf
t'ak ntitit't} txxo ynrt to JLVJ n liV piihtical ar-hor.ei" knoxUw Erizes found to be favorab'e to the CCjRXEa CAY AND C2DAP STUEETS.JACKSQh'yiLLE q2 I
% nat they art ryidj'! for anyihiu 0
: .
: boom fur it-if UVrt onc1 il nil. klt.ilegy! And tltcigt4 1 of ci eb! otherwril. growth ami they thrived wonderfully.Tliuc .
; i in it
JM i that i'Mi.a5roBJH" m.iy advise Tiny FLORIDA.RICAN .
;J5y 1(11-( itxj.p |Hjr* SI 'nsr Dunn.iiliauAi. wajsiutrolvccd' the culture cf the think Vlei tier tin
lo ciungcs
1'he !Jt tal .iJ rjJM'd vahu* of rilCfctatrl Fi liutujJoii the soil of the North American < ;' hIU1). *
fttt-(il1. LaKiir aitti others {pi't1sti. -t1 tty li.f lliinl pnitv xVunid !I.c'b'jneficid S 'aJ
; ] ( railmnil continent! Ii Dado county, one of the gjip
| pcity,
Imvr dC-en p.iken, fnvoraldy of for the t-> tl' .ni or ni.t. [ ASH KUiqrc.\i.i'AN: : : : -
and 'tflepraplijt or the tate of Florida southernmost counties of the btate, .
l"or nir.ee of governor. Ko one c. n gains t> Which has a swi front of 150 miles, there C V>. P-ilk xv; E'xi'.Jin enough! lo rnrryllifulJup.ee

: tjif'ye-ir; : 1891* '., was' 607.547. tin* (j'laiincaUoas of each on*; for the lien are now of great beauty containing halo tl groves
found IIK O'liidti'l Jlo il. a"d Inxxus xxisi- -
!, '.* # a nl i'ic' ] at'I l K.$imnj-ihV' place, liuj ni-xvs- I from lot to 15,000( trees efltflgl h in bith ti an iffi rt laid,, it xvi.uidicMilt Hotel! i in the City,

niine icagr4atvrvforl1te railroad papers C.o n't mak nominations.-Gainesville Cocoanut culture is very simple. The I in'tln-rum t tpf ''he alliance. I Indeed, Q
cotnnii si'ju to lie rajn tsialillsljwl. bun.A 0 ripe nut is plucked from the tree and in it x\a inaili- Ji'etly clear: in I the itcenteoiifiTeiici1 A KF.\V IJKICK 1IQT1JLx ) ) .. -

H the outer husk that surrounds it, is put Oat! nllS-Mue piei-Mt$ nts) ':1 vial exeiU'ive < j ilh ei-ciricI ba i-H5. jra*. c eel rj rr is .t rots.

q 'That will ho one of the fii>tnialtfVx linJe gray Texns pony cut a feweNp.r under ground, lightly covered with soil. I'tliieis at IJiriningluiiir I Unit the lire :bfHp<->.. night xx.itr-hmnti. best IHJ !'.' goD6Esc; : I

broughi Iicfon. the. nc'xt.. ti tox n u-cintly which remindid The first shoot should malre its appearance 1 lliird'pirty: ihieatmed to filing I almnt I tindiMiiic iI.afli3p 01 n !>uy. go sasi t:lLil.'aosI' "''ixic.oiivcimnt .

lezislattire.M in one month after planting, bat it iniion ut Mie u 1 t111.d urganizatin > locilion.simt! cirs from ill'
I. us ot I ho .inlicb of the tlnnl p.irlx', folks. \\ her C"l. I.ix'ii'gston refit .-n tojo iii- is .
Ii 'tt1 I lint exerx.v
is often two before it coiucb. x\ hen it is iuiK| 'I In- only ope.

: The | 'opU do tmt. want; railro' This p'>ny, Iiy sonju nu-ai. becanfiislitcruil. about a foot high it is transplanted to its to tin.- ihiul p.ir; iy IIP MifxxiMt himsHt loIn ti.u-r aii'l i-umiwr Witkovski Building, TARE, fl1wy
piiicJi xxi-ri I Ui. n tjt her CousivbU It
candid for l : t. nd 17e n lunge bitckWiinNxitli is Bt'KrON EC. IXIKISS
If the nut
: ( Tlioy'xvanta permanent resting place. '
governor. : Winti. xvhcitirilly It ,
jit-nii or ( 'iiiru ssm m ; v l'r..ristor.! !
good )h'oiH'St) nun \vlio xxtll IK; j:.! \ i.di IUH-J U g t:) break Ilie halur planted as a imnx-iy stock the husk is -iM-d t to hi- of anOcorp.i % i1-e ii ait

tpall'ntid) :tt the S.UIHlime one xihona with xvl.ii.li he XXH tk-j), nud uUu to lake left 'on, as the young plant is very ten- : C ith of th in n<>I Id htriin--t ti. NO OTHER PAPER LIKE IT!

k: < A knowledofe oE the tinaiicial a tvuxi 1:1 lie Mind on his hack. Frnn.Ih fisr, azj'd'it seems th-t a growth out of liver :trsJ l |).ntx! si LII in xxl i jolt G.sa'1ria iM i-

condition <)if'the Mate. < te bu rallic-'l. jumped up. kicked hiintfif fcha husk has a tendency to make r.trpng > !tat
.' fur ln-in cuch animal uiulI the reedlike joints. If it be first planted : ti. Inin t.ixor of ci'n('inv I ta*it t
a Mupid '
remain the husk is Vnufor >i nit asm L of vital] i ii id. rest t a tin
where it is to usually
l The great floods in the xvo .t arts I happening; tu kick too high. I tumhied oi.cc 0 st.tte. Mi.J ti.j-y v*>k that COIHMMII Ill I Ipi A HOME PAPER FOR HOME PEOPLE. IVJhnfeQsf0

,- causing the loss of thousands'of 1ol- I tnoiv. He (hen tried n different plan, lli-n removed. first the 'ijatilat i'i'y'! xviu out I sur-h an ex.irniii iiint I I'a,. PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATCDI ? nfi Hpssill PfiRffir! in
For the plant require <
the bill! as xxoul'i justify I IK in I in t.ivia:
.* Jarn,4 and the hoiixos of ninnv, it of raising! his hi-nd ftrat. but xvilh sold careful protection from the winds, but tK.in 1-s.tr.iXrtjruif iniMsiiM- IJ-.il inliniiJ.t e--- ) & : t||MOpnor

some places farm after I farm, have: i 1iree thai lie took another tumble. \Yhon it gradually gro\v hardy, and at tho end lhy xxili xilefcr ija'! < ulniirion DEPARTMENTS.

been washed auay and the people! lie failed in ;il! his attempts lo get revenge of bis years begins bearing. The bloom l pt M--IOII nppn>|nikii: .i;. 'liii ir lliinl pirtx Home Reading." A splendid serial, "Anty." i pp pfH

either'droxvped or ruined. '' ;ur iiiia
a .o looked..iiou nd pl'-aditii.'ly for *onu- fingers, looking like grains of corn strung tati! < t tlun I Hut tioiu.liicli the CIMIH-I. Ics.Baby.Short stones, fetches by Henry, etc.

It is 8aid that Senator Call paid a one lo Come and fz\h\ Ilin).* If this don t cn wirp about a foot ia Jcngth. Thuot ,taV tffrs.-tviititIi, New. In the Home, conducted by Marion Douglas. : -

toVofnm drains are j'cang nuts, Home Plans and BuilJin?, a Designs for .
corntv the other in tme. ai\4 there- cottages each month showing
They riircn a yuai's
and huccceded in hutng: Juii Alexindcr will rent to n moku of Qtiincy't three for floor plans and interior sketches aza4details
attcr until its death the tree is nex'erwithout accompanied by descriptions.
nominated to tlio. lejrisaturerin'.i' ; a nickel.-Quincy D mocrat. fruit in various stages of ripfnei Honje Workshop. Designs for amateurs raroceIti.i3s

fexvaid f >r Jim'i faithfnlnees to from a ;iny lobe tho size cf a pea Home Furnishing and Decorating. Contnbutious I

t1 in the' (senatorial content.. ' 'c'Le JVC. IC'A pmly is finding nnvthing to ripe mils, and there is nut a day in on these subjects from a corp that of are able interesting writers, ,. ._, _3 ,: :rl !'.I' .1 ?L:

but eWy s-iiiiing in the nortlitrn stales. A tho year when the ripe tints cannot bsecureI. find hcIpC.0. 0 4' T

After the 'IVunpa (0fl'elltiflfl there aol ill meeting Was held in ixexv York, cii It has been demonstrated in Latest Fashions, by Mrs. M. I,. Estey. ...m '.Jt./'s..t C Ltttck.. Q a

will l.iblxcik which other ccuntrius thvt Iho cocoanut tree Lawn and Garden. Full of timely matters.
he no more bad' Mood tn'rIz at an udilrtsb Was issued .

of the Matttlu v will! ippenling to ail I.tbor, oi iiijization-t jopport will bear fruit for twenty-five years. To Special tor."Contributions.by Jein W. Wylie uTheIT.ce etc.. "Scrap.Doc -

what age they live has not been ascertained. Basket," Queries arid Answers." Jrv LccLi1iery;
unite in nnt> common oujfcT, totucttHu tlie 551 Louis platform. Uf!) to J ,
ticket iHMniiiatfil. Koine will Monday night only one espouse lud The trees make a most beautiful and St.! per Year. lOc a Copy All Newsdealers! Sell It I. .
S (hs.itta. t' -,
tiave to take back hard been icceixcd. On .i.ria : a. & : ZISPR4IjP4
many things the other h.ind. llu in
truly tropical
imposing grovo, being Months TrialSubscription
aid, hut then thatV all in a life timeHolena C.ttIraI Labor Union of Xev Yoikhas their aIpearce. As they ure planted Special 4 25C c,! ..n ; I.

been appealed lo by the .labor s.oscteIit only about Jxventy feet apart, they cast
Send Postal Note tQEotuo '. ['ot' 1oiirao-: Lpa', },JUflI
-t .r met ( saJa
Montana, xvill hend to theworld's the tin and sheet iron, workers union;. a thick, unvarying phade. They ar ever 7 .
'* &Hone, 13C5 Area t.riulaclelpMaFa. /
fair a meteor, disroveivd ilirm, to rtfus-e to indoise thc platform green, as is moat tropical foliage, and V v c.daJ'J '
a ( .lscas. g
.'. ,
ear tatctv.> It'is i composrd ofJiick'el II has Iki'iino a conanon cxIlessUr1 that their giacetulncss. with the went lnight .{,i\ ac 5o5 til. 'O)4 !! N .9.' .a.-- 1-: l>l 'fl" -' a

an'd'magne'ic iron, aiid; \\\\i\ uujthii)!; Under the sun can gel 3 IwUhi"In they attain. maket> them a do. irablo addition .>'niiitV '..si-u.' < ti-. .st'.r' :t-xl alt'.j" r- ; 'cia s : ;? V. any t'
to home in tho far wrath. The flit- .fib. ja n i n' .a-Xi.l! :OO. s. ntxs.
two pieces of" ninety and pevcntxpOnnds ixi :i i.1! I in Wt ,M ;: :!
Xew 'Vurk. Matter !how u-id l.ui Pure. |I.a ncuir! oft n ;
It1 is edthat'when ; diameter of the tree ranges from one Ab2oucy vAoraamof .iH'-i.OK: LlfrK i f>.-u..i'. t Nnl.. | .irli.-ili*< 2 !;it oIs t, .;:htr it'! ( Fur1ssio!

respecti\. report byte is .1 political scheme thai tizt rltVetl foot to four and they attain a height of 'r l,&?t.f"
found the e pieVi's were rart'- h4ki Iiiast! ot i.ni! flea:I ms.. it!.it'Ij5' f xptis a\, IM' I lu >'i.fufl .<
an Licejiiion. Sar.uinnli s. 123: feet, hiving: as cisay as 400 outs on all in l a\(*nm-> stretgth.-Luts.is V. .S 6'ji'im '. h.i 1-s: ts.'ii t's-SLtt st .1: tl.. j. < irtI
.; in a Hole in the ground) large enouijl.i.b them at one tirae. ,iieif fund i.psrt. I saursi5tta..s. Ainlits.. C. XIV. KK1H*. ?1 I' ? P1'h

.. couuiin'n'a hou' e, fromliieh fru-t Wc hope to M-O our ticst 1egiI.lUr( The old fashioned method of grating UUYAI. 1UK13.C. Fowa Co.. 1
it i* inferred that the" meteor evplodvln lackie the cU-ciion sjrten! und gVc it aIliot the nut has been stqicrscdcil by a machine I 0. O, !*.-IJ. gu.itmoqit ; s

*' '\ ; il'htincU; l lie round. for aid tim residents of -. cv rxgte Tua-alttt
o.u'.i grinding, Cms hue iipirx.ifucfif the s;> :"-.
revisi.in \Ve'Sini.igint'tiial
,, t '4 : ; s .. In 0 ,. nisht Iii thi-n-, ill. Trjni jis .
the southern country keep on hand for ( tdUt t.sroftsrs tnraiIL: u'i fo< >, !lii!> j J ill I'S' i-t-, ii'il il! ir sacss.t- i.ln.ii.nnls .
(he lime Hie ,u.ipe! pus& through Jhe tleclioui > VYNl's. a'tn-. ln-s-ii-.i! fe t. ta'seu'ly evr ii
wxueJ J. O. II '
L'i. :' Ubfraliun of carrier their uso :i fresh supply of homemade E.Oz't ntis-i,).t..t.5tiitrn A
I TllWOU1'
and the keepinjr'of a record of thciiJLi ; of this 3 ear. they xxill Iie'i leidy ti desiccated cocoanut. from which various f J. FI iUiS.: ix-c. VIF. s )li Mr. xvi' u m rv! >. Mg.iP. t.t... t'ai i > ri ft utsh nlsSsC.TV55CW% i iSADDLE

lake Ihc IMC; track on the xvhoic l husino->. toothsome dishes The w.luiuliH'iftstlj u'liioxul. sat.rtL a>r vso'u.tist-
; it \\ijl be an 'iiicretimzfettwip are prepared. n-atiae on ti., slim e. C W P tEl, M. 1)..
Vilh Ixxo <>r I thee ronvcnliotiH anil llu is Bradford Ledge, No 42, F. & A. M. :a.-li\iiKv fei.
t. product becoming more generally 310 N. llu.r> blret, :
oT'tlje) H\u htoc-k *'xhi1 it nt tinworldV M MeL ia.itr'tay. iaiItt before the thud HOESES 3
one (.i two jjiimaiy' elections, "to ije fmloxxcd known by reason of its excellent fiber, .'t\ KuniUy in e;iclsJ. t'toiatli.
fair. A number of bivedernof '(1 V3r. F. )lAL11Iur ; : Zttsfl airad Vsai1I'-it ta&.1tt.
will exhibit ljr.1; !by: the tlaie cleC ion jn ()>-oi| >ti and the "cloth a strong fibrous bark, /1\ E. WAlmGRr. t-ec. ;c"; ..uit.j.j ., t4 ii K from unv t..n.i of "CFor
jjlgeons s ;in. that far above the ground and is (4)I( iirit'q:. ..i.ilu.ibtw !
ci -eoiiri
I and nuii>nal election! in grows
.1 "N'ovcn.beimany U Ladies' and Gantlemen's Ridin|
mnkin ,nkinthir uifliclinn l M.N.II* .a nnil
they are now xxi'J i Lave I become disgu-led xxitl, f.xni now i.ley t-an b rtiiitl at h tin.- bv_ nti'-sr
tlie proposed contcsti. 'GeorgeV. ; butter becomes uud NOTACS .
cocoanut ever common DK PAlfCOI&C .. :VOX. Cl. ny s'nt-t Nash
I ihe rt:9; : \Vp Jjojii then to MI.C an tmI -.Old- -'l. aod
\ CMiildn, of Phnadelphia, ntul several I the owner of a grove of these trees will .il'c.Teun rwiiti iv. i:c'.ijs aieo.itierons. 0

others haxe offeied prizi<< fot" I the OoubltM-h'Uion and Hght-ba"lot: : lox see his fortune ahead. The butter is Fire Insurance. : .Fleasesi.tteyour fioub'.e anil how fin ImviftlicieJ. OF ANY KIND GO TOJ.

winners in the 'Hiepee3 f.iic I <\ i.i.il in tl.eii: ble.itl I tinadi \ho eont esi. '
P1COV1DENii: \, .tSllINi.TtN, OKL NWICJI.S'X'ir.'ilTV. mri r4Tnr'I
<; record now is 325 miles iji 32 -\i'js'riifi.ii.: \ sxslcni.* -. CJc-tti.xaid\ 11 Ii Hi t- by machinery.Evew ': am} UMiToRI> TirIiiuran.. t- ; II r .3 : b- aS4

inimites/: J hor TIits. the raw grated nut is an excel county turtitiis.; for *ac.STAUKF. Choice). lots of Uu'i iu 1011 alul I atrk.I J J. W Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Sta&le&o- |

l lent substitute for "shortening"in bread
| | ___ __ IMII_LBradtord __ FL02IDA.TARKE .

count has deei.lt-n tohroxv E1tor 3t.ts4)k.! ot Diuiiswuk Ga.. the grated substituted nut in for the lard.tame The quantity cooking jei.ntl _ _ _ _ To Tin-the jK-ople Ilo notify of !1IVkC joti th iintl, .t 1 viii.Ilj hnvtrl;,'v:1 1'lie Vine Horsiw. rnrrhws ant! Sa:1t1Ii.:! .. Expert Dri\-J\ & 7O
i'illioo& "Florida
axvay 1)4 r vTite at tlie Tamparonvention. ) si x.; is to litre .1 jwople's process tocms to destroy entirely the si\v sisal plrtiii'ij mill T af ih.MPIMIKT.. Animals ami Vehicle for :any liind of Hauling.tW5l .,*/
pi.ny sUli- ( bnventinn at Oi!;ili inJiiic 1.Inlj luixe ii ; \.ni nl Usmil''
t.i ;;
She IMinMrueie l d i her vegetable taste uxid and biscuit DRUG CO1P'Y! 1 1rlUlUiS L !
appearance ; ) STAKMNIi Al I) J-T.IiO FOH) .
In'f'.f.te! xxlieic the t'etiiocial'tmainriiy few tiu>uvii itil l fut a af t ri-ttio I lii'iil't-r. rita aqIls
4lelegalctt to for Dr. .1. L. Oaslyins ; *
made with it are pronounced as ,
!S-'n mall IC to Hi.m' (qu.u; !Hyof IIOHV tumluiin : Vj iirT ATTENDANCE.
u as in riorida. I tin ,
: for gtivernor118V104; Conner good as real cream bucuit. .. ?:. Uixirinir., c lliii! :.nl art.ii i'ci i niiur -

Xf ff>rn1ant. '*'li! : dl ,ird 'county h:) nrza UI sition; of u t third pnrty to a mtu icrto Shorn of its coco&uut growth, a tropical :- -: uliicliill lie k-ft .11 cliirjiM of Mr STABLES OPPOSiTt [SOiiT'S CsHHIftGE! FACTORY, STADE.I
0 j-iint the) same riub.t to inxtriiet Ijerdelegates't'o ; the Micrejk: of Ihe t.'cinccraii', j p 'l country would certainly bo less attractive kv\u'iiCi* "blOt I. -f St i rtt.! fni siii*. Any

vo't'o Tor I Ir. Gavkin\ Why those} xx ho have alxx'ays uc"r;
lie lieiiinciatic feathery loaves that undulate so i titerest call oa iiiiu.Str.tkr FLORIDA CEfJTRRL KND PERIHSUUB WP?
Polk xjotinty has ;to instruct hers for i : p.irtjxiil thie-.u-n iheiifelloxv gracefully

candidate citizens aiid thtnihtivit x\h': Uu in the r breeze which sighs among ,Jnnies II. E1D ,
any! particular and if it i ithioig them, the "everlasting green" of their FLORIDA TUUiNK LINE. SHORT } MjRJTo

away her vote to tote for rum of npultiicaii; v.iccess 0 is a gixaimyaltry coloring, their tall stateliness and their Fl-K. April 22. 18W Agttn nil points in b'>utl> Mutitle arasIVsijt tioiida. Ibi1t. New Orfc&as I no the
) Ga &kint-: 'tinown ,r.) J D.rect (.turn ctitin tu al! ;oivts N'at tlr-es>t amidol tl.east. Llt-saui new coaclK*..,>j%
; !r. theyari aw nnu \ "'
the whole
symmetry beautify country j lii ute lron 'lunipu to C"i ni'.ali xvuh'>ut change of ltfr. LtI
one who would! make a mmiiiVtter where they grow-especially the south QQCfi00 A MONTH "in beV I \ia4 tsstt.ilpa,!i> tlTl.nnutsviiii*. 0 .ii&l
If xxe have a fight on a parlNaniustend LISISh. w IU 4)AUU 0 n-.ui.'wrlwln, torn I '{ lMI: 4.lLt> IB rllrrt 'li I-1 1892.
jioverncir than: hnV candiditetjiat Florida country, where they grow iu fisoi.RprHlei vimiti lurniih i. I.or-f en.iuuctli'ii '
if ;i compromise, in the -t.ic! Starkc Fla. 'V5aaI utii. ti. the huMmw bjMiemointiitsmax :j : 'a.i kI1.tlttt\ S j .t Ii) Z I o" k.s'k 1.t. I i% I
voie .
Polk county w ill (or. ] MUveiilimi. such prof usiou.-St. Louis Republic.lias .
4 jiL; L. Jraekstsi11e Ar P
-. I*; piolit.iMy cnipl et ftls" A ) S a 1 IaIa Lv }etrr'st alin.i .r 3 t ii a S 1. (0 sa
real trouble nitli those fellows duuntlieic hUh it'is ciurifd on all t thiongU ftxvi>(1)5IL11'M lfl tt.w ais tOn I utics B V. .n IINoOX 7-JUoll .: .il'v tMlLihan Ar 14> i JMMi lOiOp' T iaLv Iaktwin' ( L? 11 4Iliks

is'thit the ir. the stjiNitit'ti's.! xvill the heaten s-'i'ii l.u: ; lias Thousands of Trees. lII.EIiS IN t:I'O., Sjtti auil Jiaai 5t. Kiclinio'iJ. Ya..1 pit isa Lv Jak..a.rvjj Ar I : I:: II zt S4Z a.r I star (ily LT
leall ifitdf .
) : S lJ I.ie (Ipk Lv p
Ii 44) ; 1iS p Lv b.olaiwiti I.v I tt. a 05 :1. a 1 a I) ar
<\ Dr. Gakhio'1ojsnl.ii ity. monrV.iclious; are the hardest things. Statistics show that the parks and 11 *

? I ___ _____ __ in llu- xx-ild to contiol. even t huiu1i gardens in Paris number not less than DKUGS, WAfc ti-c'.ei.tii.-o Amrican 12 "S 2 r- KAr Iu5S.ni Kl' ,$ S SSli Sli a I'')iiroar )1s.i.i'fl ttf ,
tx- I ISa 2 31 p Ar Ultra 1.xiKttl.l it)2) a ) shrubs and 2- Oo.S trees. tflflK 4k
2US,291 fcl i
i The deleirates! elected to the Illinois cloy tlfii-U'itc be pit olgct lo abide by I Ihr.uliiM' MEDICINES ansi rfffi Aaaey rw Ar 5ver SI rntss I v t t 0; ( ) ) .ti I sjiis1.vste 1.5
The manlier of trees which line tho '.a.CC 212.* : 4 .r l.T Ia .3 a I 4.1 j 4Tis. :tfj o Ar Quil.ey LT12V
stale eomeiitlon of the pe )po''y > o: the Convention iu ttilvaucj 1'liU streets is considerably over 100,000. TOILET AKTICLKS.SITCTACI 7 0)' r ** l ..(i g .0 a 4tr t'tI Jt.: ttit' $'P
:: lVtimc l'iO G ; ivi>* Lv $ &
4.On 5 II At- I :> I 1' I j I'H'OpAr ecu
1 have heeiriiTJtrtteled, to nr e lb ln.e the tv> o>lhliU rule xxill lit The quarter of Paris which is most ES. TRUSSES, etc. 4 .a S 4 p a ) r Tatv.tits Lv 1 4 /;' ) 4j r SIol.ieLv I

: th:4t the Mate Khali secme po sessioii ie. i.nd (SIt jhatM uuice < ounUxx'ill abundant in trees is that of Pa. ?y, just 1 T* .'(1 tl v **{ I'.fcl* .\t4lfkktL| f' i fc L ". ** I 7 3* tt *\n *.**\% Crer'] L $) .
I'i escriplions puirei.l j-l all liourt il.iyr 0 'J\.i( OrLiisJ. j 't'tt 1 a ''roa4ir T..ott.is.sry r
71'J. .Xr P
(the )1 mines. lhaT interest lij M>lid.-Manatee Co. Advocate.Sev beyond the Trocadero. and just across IS Eirz, LtSIP
c ; onVtJjlic ) i i igltt. ila Ik; ;j o :. l.VV.i...\\< C 1da. a.y. ( ',J t. tIp j jIT Ii t.r srt'ana 4.
: 'o tojil'o LtttPt.- the Seine from what was the rite of the 0 12a ti.ip .tr LttCL Li ... I '. '1. c1L.jlOIt.: ;
moneys CA3ATs, ? I 1 1 t 1It 1 S121
A Billion and Iljll.Hiil .i 7i.> i 5 Ar fliiittitx7lju -i 1 3 I '
X :. ijiy and that in'oider? that) all e'iti- Ti'J x-.oini'n Heiaitcs lo men old great exposition of 1iS9.-New York rAa riARl; a 5-Ova :\r 'l.i..! .. IV SVJ 5iL' u:: r (.SII0iftr.StI t' I
Herald. ulit' i la' j s ( t't isnitiI: 04) Iiij I It sun- 1 SAr V..tiili> l.v 51 *> .> Ar I 457 Lt aP
V yVnu tihall liuvu"'ati _ |
cduation, xxlil!
iiWt8niry i- attend
u att-A th'' ntitional JO4fl
republican coprcz'rz .
fite. -l1itr tl.icslia
( ) the to linelimed! >itc<$ inI'nsiliiid. l-Ar Ci: 11 a t.s-so* J.v i id,0Ar

to provide siifiieient school nVfC'/Ois Mid life Savannah, New The jcctlon to Stcrllircd Mill.. Iil.i; *>d. Seiri Itnd.: Wales. Gtiluthhlly For SIt.lr9:,?, c. Ct).. prt\Ilan..Y.f-e n.i'1'uxiql Niw; tvrlte to fkt! J '.t tx Rl"irai .-. I r I SITjVjTTiLL1

worn: for all Children ot 'school age thinks' it'wuuM be intercsling i it' tlse3 All methods sterilization that arc t2aiiiV ,siui tratter.; tht. lioirs tilt.t O\lfci. lr.-B.ia rr5 s.<..uri p'-tent* ia America I'tPTT. js" %aa&. I. 2. !' : ulKi.-uK IX'SlT.uu i-rn. : o .e Lv jst r- stt Attt"w
: t IT*dry piVj,:i ttfjrn 011 t.v V.'; {.4 lu-ni-j? t before t-ra_ .1sk .ii\iltfH! U ; ft>.ttit i; Lv ILoiho I" 1.i'% P
yx e\t' hooks, proper elothinj; for shoiilfl Iwcoirjj Delegates bec-nise 'ilu-y in use in this country have the disadvantage .< in I ihrUnitnl Male*. diMiiul- ice puliu ,y a nat're giTea f. re ot cLgo ja the :;. r. s.su.E___._ __ S c,9a Lv Ijil.eO.lty I.'
rbirdren rovided for and of giving to the milk the taste .t of p. ople xxhociosstd the O( fan CiLiSiZI' I. _ASIa 0 0 (:;;rt. t IiIiitr( Wlroprisg9I ;
unj a warm illucirjile .
might to the male! numb thephi Z12OIAr
-is which is to boiled milk and Yo'i xxh't lead this an* eariif-ti;, ttiinLiert : -;- 1 IS9a zr .ut'rr
vieal each oliy without tch ) IOSlO1lTCf\ J peculiar I; 'O I _ I *_
+ expense cotr.pokuru xxitii t xvluch nqiit'Md'o c' rii'-pontl vith the mdtrined :
also of rendering it less easily absorbed 3 4 "D j> 10 0x l.v .! -rti. He Ar r 5p V ai
:: {he enactment alid I'lifonx-uient *.f 'lu-si.-a. Kcau-iiibcr th-it a h tli-i lo this rir.n vcr.l.; i.- ,rr. ,-,v !13.,_ t:-iui'. v,, uir :i>7pt 5_3Jr Ur. n p4W _;._i.v_ M i 4 44) 8 /.r Cklvr.rCC$ i1 &
tiiinntiliixliilavoting to give it loa horrid a method has been adopted which accomplishes o u tj. i s it. '.7 -Sivc.l.fei* a -
:adequate 'laws prohibiting the em'iiloymeiu conntiy) requires a fivectnt st.iinp, I 1o' ressr: &;, : su-nrin. A<;ir v- vt;":< w CO- 0 ;o'. i, tI 1O41 !I d.ii.3. ;
man.; -Tumpa Tribune. the purpose without injuring kcLi2in.). IT. V ;
niiijfindaidri-ssiiii! l0c
I to
Mire xxnte xonr i | ; : n.io: :evl.t tvtr.aay_

of children under 15 years the taste of tho milk.-Professor H. W. ly. Al-o >>L-nd ii3 rents to piy for p isia c ? v ieeij: \ \ ::;il a.fhi! : g: 0) tt. ,.c ,. : tr 4 i .,

'age iii'wpik hops and factories. After the clectSrn there will lv xxailiog Conn in Popular Science Monthly. and corn' pondencc.Ve hnrgp fla at hI:tar! Sfll t J-: isoIl.t. Lv iaL. 1.ra: C ct ::%
n Siy m l'I of y r 2II Lv
easing convicts and arbitrary fur in\i>tig. Hiii gnashing) of teeth ami.iir those 1n.I.iri 1'ar1ly. : .te I C4 Ar rrort- .?.r 13 l! p Lv !.flCla..01t115
interference with lice speech are Cau&e of Winter'* ColJne s. :1 ugii s'aII 1)ruI. tAjlter's ih.i.itoii..Etigsnd. I.,.r f.u-1 -cl itliiioncf n' s.ni.-t rator .,f;tt 11:5. Arli W.ro! '- :i, .
'.33 flj condemned. who were so prompt to place Hi. nibulvt-s Tho earth "nearer to the sun in win mchI3n: t.t i'iraia.UL:ii.cS, &i.es.tceti. !tasi. f-f aaailC'afl1tV. :.0-t Ar flawttu'rnc .ir iv flate(3iy '
: o K. V. Ti-a\F!:. 1. 1 U Ar S 1tr Ar I 4 3 la Lv
------ n j'Lnt t'1ty
so the Ocala
wpurely litton platform.Ctdai than in but the of
ter Mimuler, cause "
S )2 Adt.il
Jmifi Yctrnary. 1 ) sr ttoixxiil -. lilAr;!. .! Fisveripriu'g'_ __ Ar Tanpa. -
: icoivcl 0
Key Gulf (Toast.: the cold weather of the former season is
The; Polk County J ex\s, in refvrinu'tp the'smfs A QUAKT 01? YI1E.tT.Gierr ForinfornaMrsfriv..l.: .>3 itt, Ticket (.Hicr'SB Y. Eav st. et. eorn.rBog$ '
tho oblique'iuolination ef ,
rays. i.T.) ;) ; t.'aaiLfl.A IIogz1fltrCa'F.JSOVVtl! : A- 0- ? acD je1IGLF.,.
the cnndidaey of Dr. (iaskins't' The rtpiibl leant if the) con nty .uc Diving Did the sun' shine as directly on theearth's 11.0ia; N S I'l N"XINJI"X. Tr n-3Iimcr.;

IJra.ifo'rd for the governorship the tnitrt i tjie number of Grain* Iu One
incipient party an uttenipteilboom. surface in January ns in Juno ,. "

-ays'the drict'ir'i- jjood. man, but Anything to b';at the demociatio the winter would bo the hotter reason. Qaurt Ou uutl May secure 1-1 ill, the 1S92.Cotnt trlz. BflAJFR CilLfl Y !i.li ; SCflUL, SUMMER: BATES.i .
rflvesout of the gubeiiiatorial1 terrilory nominees.-.-Yolusit Ilccod.js -New York Journal.
the grains in a quart of common wh -it oj.tnFi
'tliis ycai.. 'Our brother of the sinS If you e*u nauirtte corits t number w. xvjiit.tl.it IIE t'Ak(1A( AFL9L.A B. II.
Ntux s id \ mistikeu u'Jienhe.lhink ) To Ileyiov q 3 soI. \t>u SI UO In Gsai4. But K 3ou iniHj it :iw br 1C1. '
ery nuicn ri js moro catarrh in this "rvMon! p.rj.SSJth, r.les: for ti"! tr.ix'"! j sj of i' iirMi[ ti>.ai'sninv!
thrlt lr. Ga kms ot'tlut Ntiviutix' tlir.n all other li-oasc' To rid one's folf of a rattle, try to romove f,- j !aiuh. tn C..ni'cr ilmu a y on 05:5iCWfi : -. PItt ; (
> liv'eout swL SU1N (tor.l; > !'leloxv \
jou eo ) : -.xiil I shortly \tv 'iici-.i o:y >r.U i
titVthe; jinbernatiiiia) territory, as the $P"t ethcr.and until theU \XAM upMispil| to bn incnr.il. 2'or 1 thread. It is claimed that the mole will 2 ....... .... FbL1; Lino io 4.si! tIstOt.Oit. (a iToriIllt, rrUig.t

tV-intory to xvlm-jihe i refer/ettends irrtar many yc.us doctors Itrt1UnC1 ita drop off in 'a fcw'days.-Good House S .. .Saiti. ; ae&t uoarebC....... ... 5. I Iirat C.iftjcupto Fourlh Raaoir; Sl.OOJut. 1 tin ia III u1 I o nU s ij;i r V. : ; :.ix.sl; r. ii It tas. ; 8rria'4
toeol l ilise-isf '" ....... .
antl : 51,1(1 4. 0 0 .
ver cover overv craekh'd prescrii loe-l j jcuntvntli -*
< qnaiter
keeping. : 0I 1 ItIih.i tttii oclIifl. (
; 4 a. I '! '' tZ1t tjtjtt onzttion
ro&toeII anti hoT eO'Ht&tlit 1% fftl Iiioz to IntermrdiataGniumar
G to
i r.ts.ieup
conifer of this fair
stale. If Dr. local t t cat nitait, pionounn>d it --e- 6 ..... 5 ill auitli IIIC ver1.litl- i5i.eij f'r.t1ie ( aroUiia's %ajr11Ii$
1 ... .......
rtankin is 'pre-eminently the man inour.tlilol Science lias pioxosi itarih Better than n SI b ttlo! of Blocd .. ...;......... Si.0 5s Oao rcpby, etc.: l.to.TLicd :- I1srcIl2h _, ( -)t hi:10: s fcr res.ort. aji _
fW the p'ac'e, which we not to l,, n t-oiis'itntiniK\l di-e {>o, unij theie- Purifier. 0 .5 i T r i
pretend SOre rofjulfes oiir.iituiiotial tic' tni nt. 110 ". SIll Grale, eommon school cpur o to Al- tHclv ai4.si J all i 1sittta uurjLh.nmi n.r/.lixxfst. Slceptii! ; carbtw< ?'
to xayi that fact that he lives Dr. Y H. Evvis. ih*' UM ]lint: dr>i'-'M 4 ....
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in Hr&dfnrd no bar to )hinrtrnina- !IJaUV V .?. ( .uurrh Curtinaliu' adoiC'i' I.y *< i n. M : "I t'l t'->. !?! ............... S Sis gel.ra. LitJn, etc., 2.30 itid Ntacnti. TrniitH leave a- i>, Isws., PaJatka, 5-.4Q a. tu. aiVIIaiiti tL1I
l'litncy\t ti T"!<- 1 Oliio, is thV ..
1 feel Rafo in re omincnflin! St. 1 1'tri'sl's : ccl*. %bri I >: n, fi 51 n. ::i. r.usl i> :iV-j'. n>., i.ake (.;el..y.s <13 :a. n'. ai4lPt; '.
lon.-Jasper Next i. The editor oftlie'Polk .(vo :; O i A (ti) 1 110 i'iukt..t.L1fl l I- 1 .4.!' .< iVVi("iTi: in t'lin! nny s1-! 11 '\ ..4. 5fi ou-tJiC ratio, 7iate A'j Ceoajttry. -

Count v News is tn'uhle'J ; uJcftr .VJJvTn" t1l-e. fi' .n tendiops Pr pl'! T i-T'-v in stti.'i: Tipr! irf "< 15 '" ........ Unsuages.leuceb; eto., 3r 0 A. P. K-"i IE1', Tr :f.J.c *Vrr--T. J IUES nr.* m m ? (M 0
t' U' teafcv| ,>i< fHl. It ) <-ts ilfi MtlviijM bottr, irl s'n' 'osc nf iJirin J1! of'n liiU \i :.. -
very much by a great de.sire to ruiih ii tbfc1 bl'rf> t :uni nun-oils surface of : .. St 3I1 : : ,i Th.srt.WEAW.NEVQ
d1. niorw t'ooil llMnatloMar! bottle "f sinx 1 a. PuIv.3.I x. nE.tfs'tcT'I.
IS : ; TA I'ED.\rlio in fohv<
FLORIDA. ih C. y.cure.
; >nir! state 'machinery. Somc- the sx st. m'. Ttix>x'ofT.ir'onoiHiitlijl ilol- IIons1 p'iili( Iu Mie market. For salpl 1J : I1 I1k sTii& -;s'ie worth
flow hU'head gets away \\itli his IlOrk for any ca-t> it f til* to cure "sendiivuluH l by all medicine t1eaei-oo. '-' 21 .'S. you xvouM ivnuini-'jay j st I'ut- ;<> n BU- .tatasfk.upn _
kr soul ximonial.s.. Addi-eias __ a 0 guaratt moijif nt.wijder olniD i rorSsriage. sat wrr- the utiUs of flt ,. 0
Wanted.L _
h'etter udn'pnt. Wonner if he .c W<1v *flnrtg : erlt in n c.an.tjilaas Ia di.a .
F. j. rinxEY Co., Toi io, o. 2 : a (tiCaadfItt (treanrcWPakEtP$ ,
J ( .2llv thik 112.t 1'1k cottr s ; .. ?S)1tI bV ;1? ngl'.ts.; 75(.. ( Nothing like Trying: It. liU ... A. t'w z.w.d tstls tond Gentlemen to prao both hfr-rlf arf fni>uiv. unit as unietIiis uIftn the fco. anda1ttti.t/eC$ Iars
.v: ::.... ir done JJumier tlip t ervnl ?gss.vtic'a gu d cooflswrnent. ,,
T''rs !i' noiiiiii.) 'In I xx-sil so qui klvI'lin i av, .g irnpI1onurItuanrt7 _
: there IB to-ihe star n J'l xiK'.t ?- -jr T 23 0'> ... .....?.. i ('a nvt.&for the G KEL L IAi'E. fly xve offer t. Itw cla V otn urDarttInat( 4oFUFgsen1o.dfroitlopoI .
: nn o1 hs 'o1ii' L( :tta tLoruzite, of ;; 00 ioi. ntol. 1Irlas flnrlnt'h'>rje 5n xvhuh thratiietcst NO CURE NO PA"V: -'
does he think that the noxt rov- xJi'c'i CVne! *inn| and Mel4 0 Ki1 in 0 nr rhi-Mni-Vi ss M p >r on4iltiial. r-3uh-.. fanJO: ;ries.s. for or two three guecear.jth moi'th", or $1 1rhi5m0tflh4' I I.w 4. .. t a priac.' Is nb'o.ri1 d1ti sitaco r rts Inrni oiinte DK.S PRKiR.:4oN. ( h.rvyt.IIscribL .-

2Tfl02 is tu j.nvldc'ovcr tii irule rc iiliv: ; id is :idvertt ICtl 1 for s.ile: O xo it a phanft nnd s'e hoxv sub erptkrn t.tht' SUNNY ')UTIT. I Ii care of skU.rrt rhysic4ara.anal ti sttfrof. tr.jrcUburMg 0 ant UCtflflOihappfleS
quickly- will subside. For sale .f iBnofUy .i ddro-a C. Y. rARKL1t. M h L't., get
pain i
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ninciplttv of Kartow ? hy order of the United States y The Good Sainantun Rjnuartuin.W .
court. '
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! ; K fyupRO COUNTY IELEGBftPII.ir' :t are plentiful 5 The railroad artesian well i is about Proclamation by ,the .
.. 115- feet deep and stilt i STATE op FLORIDA. J To g "t I lie ilollars l vre. have It* acufii'f for I II E.: L. S'I'EWART2 31, I). ,
-__ -.M. L- going
--r I them-no ;mNUdie; 'ahnui halt ; hul; I Iheie Bat ft XTiua't So Simple Whet H. 1O'4

rk.o Fla.V May 20, 1892. Aj.vs! Sadie Adams has accepted & Mr. Meigs, ,,f-the Ambler Lumber'Executive Whereas Depuiljiient Tile CiJHiKiissionerii; J ippi'iptt are different wys of going about il. anti Office irdtii -. nu wife. --

___position Moigan'N Bazar.MNs I of the if YOU ure not saiii>Qeil with vi-ur progrejil If there Is one thing more than another:
under the < Ct of the legislature
t -. Cprnpany, w.is in town this week, : [ 'present. thru wiite lo il. .L''. Johcs'm <& calculated to thruwamnn into n tmaL-
state ii f Fioiida. entitled 'A r. net to provide StarkePHYSICIANJKD 1)rtw -
? Zocal affairs. Jessie Weeks has returned The little for the revision and consols I Jou of I Co.. Richmond, Vi.. who can give you nI (Jmpaisy. tDg-of-tLe-tcetli anti t&uiiigof-the
4> a"5j : | home from school child pf James Cason, I pond pointer i>r two Reid carefully I rzCtf condition. It la hIs tittcir.pt to give the wU*
W. in this state approvedune x I It
Georgia. piutiric stntnles of ,
fltntr when living Wateroak, died on Wed their advertisement in another column.niid tf H,.bcsom AZ acc=x:Of 50 t.crIiz-r
inferior that
1 1889. have reported to w.
Why buy yon n.on. J. II. Williams nesda night.Mr. and [ write them M oate"The curly TATE PUWELL M. a Ueii, .which. she listens ofce; ttla fi hHe < Il
: angctSWCt Ifome at the! same of Hampton, they have caused lo lie prictcd published I bird.etc.. tan. > *l
tas in the "The He 'ised Statutes of the Stale *l
2 ;jce at flCICIttI1CZ1.Fd._ S city on Wednesday.;; W. Ellery Davis and T- F.Wall ( of Florida." in jiccorduncc wilh the pro- SUijGEQN -Oh. my dear, I Sfait till you scrse-

T A. f qIJ. r ''P'* P? Joints at The dry weather i$ very di' cour- are making a business nip into j visions of iid ac{ and of the act of the \Vliy 5udthtsiav'befrcecI! to piy t.mth while-Jack Uarroughi told me tethe

IVubv Stcnihurg & Co. for Alachua Icgi-lrtlure ot the slate of Florida entitled ten rents a mile to her JegWutors when
aging the farmer* and"all others.Sphool county. OIUoo at CuiUiii Orus Store, She-Where did jou see Jack Boroughs
reviseti staluesof the four -
j "An act to enact the railroads only chhnru three or *

i 6F f S4e **. j. 4cne.;' wit diess tjQoils will ROOIJ be put for the R.ev.: MrTF. R. Holeman will hold l'state of Florida ond to provide for t be'priming Hundreds of dollars Cin !* Saved to timetmt.payers STARKC FLORIDA He-Oh. we went to luncheon togrthzr,
sale mid distribution Ihtreof. no litfi
h1pr ypipflrdIU. term and tjien the jiiscopal services next Sunday jn by trimming the miIeag..tmtov .- -i ___tI I had
boys will be happy. approval JuncS, 1*<91. and that the pill m t tFrazee
the She-How did you happen t > out trHe
Oiange i iAtt'ys p
/i Our lirt'] of ladi.i-s' black silk mnrpllaij College building. lical inn ot said xvoik incomplete { News- & Hall Iiuchie n toether?

'! ) cannot Jic snrpasstnl.Trpby Mrs. ('apt. Low and family, from Ami Whereas. A popv of "The" Revised > .Well, w There are thousands of cro s tics Statues of the Si'tte of Florida.: us prmted It should be In Every House- and Counsellors at Law I nitt Jack at the rtstn nuit,
Green ,
g- Sternbuig 4: Cp. Spiings, are visjting and afurcMiid. ha* it-en
being gotten put around Starke this publislied ns J. Il. WiNon. 271 Clay treef. Shypibnr und

1J. 'J f. -;Jone has. a full) stock of spring. with Capt. Ifeibt-rger nd fanijly. tleI:I in l he uftiee of the ecreiiiry uf stale Pa,- "avi he will not lie without i KOOII yo. 1. JOA'iV BLO'JK. She-What rc.-.i.'innint?

: of I be state of Florida. Dr. King's Xo-.v DNeovery for TOIIsutni susd Jaek
funeral uuppljes, Collins ad?) ckip Miss New iliver. Now. therefore. I. Fram-is P. Fleming, tion. (floush mid Cold*. that it ,
Vand Baisden has And Dov Guild'g, cor- Third and -How did you happen to go to Callotray's -
8V at".iP----r lo r.ey
; V !! gone Tie farmers are benrteDev1 on ae- governor of the state of Florida by virtue cured his wife \\rln wat liwHMiM wishphnounionia I thought arcai lunched
hampton to remain for length I after attack of la tjrip u. Center strs_, Fcrnandina, Fla. you atDraper'
some \
of of ihc authority vet-tril in me by I-iw.: do an : ; | rI.
cpunt weather. ?
f4 All. !ljinS done prprnnt-! of time. dry heiebv nnnounce. publish and prwrlntu: tier, various other iciuedics anil MV. er- He I*
nearly do Lnt I har
always >-
: y fit J. \V. Alyarez! & Co.'s? ttabjes.varjtty. The corn crops nro fast tljintj. Very that "The Revised Statutes of the Stale I phx-slei-uis\ P.irner. of h.id ronksport don her, P.i.no, etiitrs cr:
Cucumbers ire going tq market little cottpn up. rod the oat crop is m-nrly of Florida."' have been completed, pitntt-d his dt-np hi with Jack, and-
Fans fan* fans i ip .ndk5 now as well bears and published I in j.ceoubnue with the sltid Dr. IZhimgNew Discovery 'u SURVEYOR.
as and
.. squashes 4 complete failure. more -zood ih-m .loYthiii'-j h" ever netl She-lo Eat! ttiw.tya liuich at CoL'oicay's -
t at/J'ruby, Sttinburj & Cq.J'p berries. nets ot the I legist.tune of ihe state if FurJda. for ill rg :rrlIc. ;i.tliiz iik" i it. I'r -etriil Deputy County Surveyor. ,-
Mr. P. S. Crews has rvtuwil from and I that ..icopthem.I has been filed lidnKHt :
Urkf Dins Coinjasiv'sdrujr I-fe--I'm clear liUte
wire. ny (a sharply), -
{.he !Lacjies of JStarkf: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Clool| nt White Sprjiigs. and Mr. John :n the ollioof tb<- secretary ol i M41! of st'>r--I.arge ''ottb's. !'*- and l. 5 All Linos run from U. S. Survey Yield Note* thnt I don't know \* L docs ur not. It -
We would call ihc stale of Florida and tl Iat "The H .evtIIu2! and I fi Iiazc 3)-sienis, CIC.
especial : ttpntjpt) Crews, a daughter, and it looks just l fllum fn.in Jasper school.Jlr. State of Florida." A Gold Ualcliu.id $2O-i. : ruat:at this oaSce.STARKE makeii no tarthliliilerecce if-
vNed Statutes of the so
fo pur 'Jne of fiii| ; shoes.! Kvpry pair like Sam. That is hut iw-eives who She-Oh. of course not. (Hazily 1 just
D. Pinholster's 'veiling at this completed, prmte.l, !publind! a nd fik1si.uI v every agent FLORIDA. if lie -
wondered that's
did. aL Go on with ,:
: \vTratr4!: : ct g1v1 satisfauioii. placewill soou Ucompleted.. I jo into effect and l he operative on }g.is up] a rlubnn our i1 per week plan. ;

TruUy. Stenibitrg jfc Co. T. W. Sweat, city tax assessor, is 1 the I Ihiitieih i day uftt-r the date; of Ids Our 14-knrtit cold filled c-ssesr.rt' wur-i -.LEoTIaCANDY; your. tory.Ho Well while
at woik asse-sing the city property Mr. M. Moore hns sold his house and pioclatnation.I ruttnml for 2) vtisrs. Fine ,Etein or \Vnlt- we vreraeating'She 'our sup5Jack
Ijiup! {noniited pictures; for tjale ham Stem wind and et. -
for 1892. lot here. In u-stinionv whereof. I h:i\v hereunto set movement STORE What kind ? *
: pheap.ap! ; AprppV[ liazar.fiq mx hand and ctu-ted the reat xalof Lwdy's or sTunl's SiZ'Equal to ;tnv % Awatch. i o scup
Jack s.iH
Hu Oxtail.
Rumor Ihut Mr. Holland has eoM -

tp J. Q. AJvare? for tip} 'latest Miss Vid-i Branninjr i* visiting her his interest gay in Uu turpeutine farm to Mr. )the; btiite. Hi"capital.to be atlixid:. I Ibis hereunto the fourleenibdaj nt Tallahassee. none, .we To si-l!]set-lire one of agents"the Hunting here we fuseWaUhes IMVC '11-,. fl 4. EXSEY, She-I though: yoa disliked oxtail oup*

sister, Mrs. WalterVilIs on Walnut aiii He-Well. 1 doa't car mnctt tibodt it.
tys! pf geiite' collars. lioach.Mr: : of May. it. the your of our Lord omtho'isaud for the c-lu''' prick send CORNER RAILROiD AXD JI.11X STHEET
street. (J. O. 1 1) 1 with privilege of examination but-
hundred and lit-I V-I\vo liy express
eight fli
: fIL! lpr's ptel in Jayjlje Clmrliu: Adkins. of Iluwthorn) wax and of the of t the Lulled hefor viyinz for saint. STMRKE. FLA. She-How did you happen order if "t

: IK the only !tirst-riass hptcl I to Mr. and Mrs. Kessler and daughter Visitiug hU utirle. Iv. E. N. Adkins. Slates the ii.depend.-i one hundred and sixteenth Our :zetit at Heath Spring 8 (J. siys you didn't care for it* t1''

|tcep )ppti alj! ij'suiiner. are visiting with Mr. J. R. Alvarez and took in New Rivr all nrounI.Cait. !. j.en rSKAI. "Your wall-fits take nt sight. The es- Veget ftbles. Candies, Traits und IIe.Becau.sc.Las: nothing I did.to do(with Severely.the)story.Oat the
tVeman xxh<' lh lasi watch s-iid thai soup
] : ,
: l family.Mr. J. C Kendiu-k. of Lake [ Suntiucr Drink She-Oh. of course not. (In a C'rffin| ; pole.an. : < hu-p eijrtam) ] $ atJ. City Allest : Gox'enior.Jonx he examined and priced: a jeweler's

G.! Ajvartz. N. J. Jones -i is.: going to putdown nnd J. M Perkins of Palatka. wisdown i. CRAWFORD. Sec. of State.Z' wntclns ii* LiiiCMster. that were .u better COCO COLA Nerve 'i'onic. nn-1 CHAM tone.) I never said that it did. I don'tsee
why you should get cross*over a n'mpta
th-iii but Ihe pric? wasg'ftl $45. I'AIGNE 1I13T.A .
artesian well his lots at New River the oilier day on more 1msiness -
an on on
WINE OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women. question. (Toon.
4nptie lot f>f j '\v plipes at ..oviced On lelmlile: lurent wanted for
Walnut street. 1 ent for MaltorvStetrnsteip! : Line.p lie-Well, while vn were eating oi-*
) at; Ttuby Sleii.bmg & Cp. %VasI&iiigtt.ii Luitcr.Washington. each pliue.Vrife for particulars.
; Messrs Scott Alvnnz and Tom 'we.it, EMPIRE WATCH Co oct -Um hoot, I wrencf Hildrcth and lii'rifu
Mr. f. K Clemnions formerly a 17. 1SOJ. la. ,zntlSheThey
May -
New York.
43 rind 50 Maiden Lane.
The !nicest talile damask in the of ytiirke. wen here last Minday.MUstsLlli .
. writing ,zu.terif: this place, vas in'own Mr. n-inison has more trouble in his oct2Myn : ilid*
cty| rtt N. .;. .)Zit $ cheap : | ; nmi Ilfink-tta; Ad-ims. of He-I have jiv-t K "d w.Sht .
on Wednesday.Statke official r.ITflltS if the Bi.iiu- shallow
c dry gooiU f>tore. UMIIOII.)| | are heie a few d.iys.W -VTell. you utedu't Le so cront
which his at turn were
cio- et. pith every about It. ,
: Tin* ive.it "l cofft-ol ,lltf. for =1 1t : \\ill soon have another '
iii nut cros enough for any or Mini my president 1[o-They came in.nnd-
railn.fid I l if the citizi-118 I will I take hold Unparalleled Bargains : .
: I Ii-ibe.i'r| &: itlchardVAl ; -McEIr.___,____ >'*'_ Jr vAn ol ...r icraalc iliseise 'i, bear. Secretaries Posit.r a.id Elk- :1 .. ': -. -. She-N xhe pretty* -
ind ita helping hand. -- .
% He Pretty euouxli. Jack howedand-
KS: ; itir line wf |hiiiu' :4 and! 'I'Lit(9elit Is'-i. who will direct the ziexi 5n who have j untly net naired HiinNon'a m : 1 She Does he know them?

: $UKT livs jjond* is \ ercrtn- Dr. Tiiinhk' and( sou E-hvaid, of win in Kurope hiving in a in-a-n.-e done campaign fur renomiirilion up to this New Lnee.s, ; He-Well, now,do yoa suppose*he would

'_ I Philadelphia! ale Mopping atl time now threaten to des.Mt him and east have bowed if hehaila't known them? I
J' ) eli', and! jnic 's \yululovv cotnjieTutly ) u\\iv \\ I lili tlie; MUi'kluiiil tli.it hid I ainiH'i N(sVeil lags. _' .;

itILl: tj( ( j I j 1111 c'a. Pnd l\V'nn KiiiiTsk"! lake.The > tinting )Uililc when Ihe old stjlcofgunpo their iuil'ienc'j with the opposition. The Sew iiambtirj :Edzr.g.ieW 4 declare if IShehow-
she dressed*
) & C'.i. of Ibis rtvolt is the reluin ti Ibis Swiss Embroidery, was
ati'iul.iirjr \ ier! WMS used are mnv I iipiMilncc cuu-c >
i is trying
*iaim. dry wc.ither \eiy New Mitts and Cloves, He- How should 1 know" I never looked
an Mttiticinl cloud l e In* driven iifrniit : country! of John (' New. who comes for at her dress. What I was going tot U
siiffTin and j jt'.Uti Ladies'Under
cr are Vests
oppressive, ps !;
Jtt i ; \ | a tjiil liny fA :
the of the full control of that
travel miles fr wati-r. of and! hiile an advatirin 81 lIly, oroliMure purpose taking XHW Belts, you wa
c: M' i :11 1. ( t-::. < a river or m.jiii.tai'i puss during the ilarrivtn forces, making Foster and Mines' Corsets, J. L. GAS KINS. She-DM they MI near you ?

ttstIiii and I !) K I L. St.-wiit ar.d wife avlioaulii : ElKin-* merely MiiNirdimile figures Hair Curlers. He-Yes. at the next tnble. And whil '
IH.'V bt cipts > t lit PA-SIJTC uf H-I '&nil V. AM experiment dnri'igthe i 1)tALItR ix they wen ordering! Jack aid! that th y-

' a. N. .s. .l pular Commercial'ioJi1 : in uitiuc'.d I i I cl'Mid m-tkni WKS nc'utlyine I efliii rider of t lie fizhi r. If the t threat I... Glass nsird. Ti'i wore, Wooden ware, i Drugs di Medicines She-Couldn't they henr him?

Niirli! t1iei-s Qji\! .lj u. dining the hot weather. .t: I i'.ti is. wi'li' in.iiiTcu-M sti<-< ts- N ctnied out, p'II Howry. Shirts and Under! Miirts, han I- I Starke, Flat would have DO more scns.* than to let them
I jaid t 1 n'' \, 'i rii.tir & ( i. Cap; !. R. C Ilriheigpr ;.ind family | Ex.-pi w'Sii'if '.uirc x\ere tp-cs. I lue rnidWfic > ('oilarqanti (C'liffs Perfumery. | Physician Preemptions hear him talking about them. L
-1 lme I ver to (iwn (,'ovt- Spritiii-s1) qirckly; Ihitkeu; uj; U'll I In.5ii.il is T -uiluen: da'h of Senator Barboiir KumsanJ Forks and 11.COO other anleles now-
I! r \ ;n 1 -
.it. It.t'.a.i11g ery day.fle :: rivi rs. etc. i'ii-'! .Utbt1( i.Il clou I ipraeJ'ci'.ili' i- liejrt l.iilur.is a loss lo his stute. 'ii.' I will bcoffere-l atprice ncrer before heard little incident whhou netting Into a p tvsion

; heI.! L tad i itS-i- It. 1'i saI' : Ab-Stri-khnd. of !akt of in thehi tory of htarke.Ccm you'd tjetter keels itt> yourself What
( t .m I iln- aiir.itufor] ; il* production pit ty and hi- country, r
er fc iVi ic1iai.1..1.Sp.t ami of them before did Jock say?
rejiort* \\ atermelonto lie doi'ig) is 1 likciy! I lit \ti\: itie ti'hi in I the! (,h.hnun Iizer is again hard atviuL. $ secure some
tt.ty are aligone.New He-He said that JIr Hildrrth's father
i;ij g'n'L" "u.a. IMtily I ( flf I itffj ( *dI well and soon readv for maiket.MiVs. Fn-1-cli ..mnv rq'i tuntt'hrec'c and he, expects several new tariff The fo'Itiwjiiy dexcrllied pmpirty lccatcd I was opposed t< the rn.itch. and-

I at J. Joies' inuitifiiothJf. i.toi. .jlrs* iriclii linir tree copper and irou ores York Auction Store j wiihin the ci>rp >iuii: liuiii.s'or ih! She-How did h.- know tliath'I1ttreit
..1V.. IIod res and rliililre VJlnc of Cardcl
ml a reduction in the duly of st'-el mils.Ftre town of {'hirfce. offered f air Mile: Ctsar' There you gtagn.in!
I.) % j't.st i receiveU a ire spen-l'Ug a few weeks nt White jCmS3325S2EE2SECsJ She-Jar.irr*. will! you pK-av retnrntwr'
par load ot *'lipUnna' ll< ur.Qnr ;. Spring for their health. arc binding twine i.s finding fnei.ds Two Acres of Laud that it is your.wjfe ti> v\l.io you trtripsmL.izigsir

for sale by the following merchants iaBivt'fortl among the lepublicaj senators from the { of Lund Oflice.ItUsirA we!! fenced, upon %ljih in M a id.. vrei ?

stqck of groiu'iii's !i., \\\$ nusipotnpVte :l\Irs. MeConnicli of GainesvilL He Xo other hi drive
oou ty: west. {minted aud pl.itlercd twr>-sti>r> dAtlling; woman cou m
in form friends anil those who
,. in town and price* ua\ i is spiMidiucr a f't weeks with her STAiaiK. W \UNu.!DRUG f0.. Marfce.G. Hii-ie is a marked did?re nee of opinion m.iwish to to engage my my >er vices that I hate uu cxff'.lenl wthl! of water bricked Iron raving, diaraeted. .crazy u.kiut.ihly vne-
IT.1IIpton. tioiiH alKtn
(ion to. hard I pan.Tftiby daughter, Mrs. W. Ellery Davi .1X0. A. KIXU. J.akcEutkr. among democratic netiuiors as to the polity I moT il m v Land Ortice Tor a time from Stnrfce to !lit! ClaY: good stiible and oulUuiUiogs.Tlie She-Jarn.s-!

Sl nibtirg v Co. Mr. W. D.Finavnaiid! wife of .i II.r.C.)1cC1LluLawvr.New River.. I l.c p.uly shoiiid at I Ibis lime adopt in ray real 'eicn. One mite! Witt of St.irtc. foitsiwirig}Wi-< a li-t of ihu Trera grow. He-Hvery time I try to tell you anything
unti further notice make
I lieaJquar-
and dealing wilh app; :ii>pnatioits for new yes my jog upon tL p' ce: you I egin. and youSheTamearisin-
Wagons \\hevlbarrp.\vs at Cedar Keys, spout last Sunday in The Id tan(I Qu.nry Uo of Bedford, term at the Commercial hotel while in Surke, with dignity and

4 :: Moigai&'s Uiar.t the city, nueM of (Nipt. Burroughs. Ind. shipped ii ttw dnxsago. ihe largest tl.sf r the navy. Senalor, Gorman takes from 11 a. m. to 3 p m. each day.S. 90 Plum Trees, 18 vnrietieg. 2d year ing stiffly), I do not ;>n>j>t>e listening to say any-

Ihe pound lh.it the country should haw a F. OAKDINER. lu'nrinpr; Clt'i tiiuts 5.2 varieties Apple such -ulting roniflrfcx, anrj-

4 Look at ourSc eliallies. All of thc I O. O. F'. nud a great Single: lil'ick of Moue ever qinirricd and navy lo t be proud of, and that ihe cry of Starke, 51a., ?Jay 13. 18 ii **, (0 trees ((3 Siand.ird) 3 on Penr ro<. $; 1 le You never listen to anything. 'hat'*

Tiul'V JSternbnrj; & Ce,. many of the citizens went on the excursion shipped; i io the United Slates I The. li'eckwii if-onomy hhouM not prevent the Hpending C1oiiig Exereise. 40 Orange Treest varieties; 77 1'ear, the trouhli- If-

Feriiiindina 13 !feei: 8 iticl:es long, (6 feet JJ inches -Sue--When I ask you a simpte eucstkm3OTi
Job printing of all kinds at the to on Tuesday high and 6 feet 3 inches wide, containing of :i liberal amount of money in building The closing <-xiicise>> of time Starke InRtiliili 4 vurietie-*: Apricot 7; Persimmon -

,. TBLEOKAPII office.Wq Mr. Fred Martin is a hustler from uew ships Seiulor Mills on the other will I be ivrn tm Tliursday, amid! 77. choicest vitrletie*: Peach SO. lii rt He-I'd say siniplel" You've asked tan
anti 100.000 Ihs
500 C'bic fert.. wished 'I'liurs.
hnnd. s.i\s; be is opposed to i''rul.iy nisrhts. May 26t nnd 2i it.
a government selected vat li-lies; Quince Chime a million "simple" qtumlon- io the ln t
Ilustlerville. If he "an't sell! uoodstheie The r .ron which it was shipped had to which to-day if i il weie a privatucorponlion. ; have nepd and All the nbVe trees 5u Lcnrluar. j (
everything yon is no u c for any one else to be ordered especially for it and was a I be I in I the hands rf a receiver, spending nielli a Miirtli iuliiii-sidi fee will be clitinfil ;- are tnosi you that Jack Burroughs snid tbut-

will make prices( tp suit th need ol try.V I'tMinsylyabi.i car llul w..s built for transporting I money thai it has: .ot in its t lieasirry 1 fur the lieiu'lli of tin iMVird i>f directors of ilieui iu their mnij year.- She-I do not wish to know what Mr.

pocket bp.ok. for solid udug I lhal is not absnliiiely nec- The voting huiifj.s of the hijjl" school delivti'lhfir This dit! Jack if
your l > i ; must Ic sev.ii us l Ist apprecilecd. Burroughs sai.l. you canuot tell U
Truby, Slernburg'ifc Co.N. The next regular meeting of the the SO-fool cannon sent by iie essaiy. and tavois slrikiifg out all npprop.nalions final esviyt; on hnr day niirht. For further information respectfully. I shall havuiny winner sent

S. L. I. A. will be with Mrs. J.Kleinschmult government lo the Pacific coast a few for new ships. .v compromise is I'roinincnl features on Friday uichl will :i >ply to to ay room,since it is so painful for YOU ru

: J. .Tonos has 800 Crosby ccme- at the Commercialhotel. months flgi The stone is perfect, not soon expecteilioviruor IK- the -t>"unfliwer' Chorus" and "Quixotic DU. A. L. SCOTT, eatywitb jut idiot! (Itetiren scornfully

lots fcr sale.ve. having a titw or delect.Absolutely ( McKinley sneaked into town !I Quakers. while ho n.irrovTly cxcttpes an attack ?
ery Stark Fin.:
last. week for the purpose of confemng Everybody cordially invited lo atlcnd.V. apoplexy.)-London Tit-Dies.
with some <>f hi is fuends who want him \ \V. MCDONALD, rnucipai. -
have the ino't stylish straw The Bradford county delegation the Best.
to brutally enter tbe prtsidenlial nice, .
bats in town at who.Hy below "I never hesitate- io recommend Chain- Tax Notice. U.B. MINER IgnoT.ume.e.L
prices at Tampa will have its headquarters and the tact that he tried to keep his \i-iii
birlain'n Cough Remedy as
.VOID petition. at the Plant hotel during the state tuiti hpst,'' says M r. F B. Kemp, s.sist- t profound seciet by failing to register at I am now ready lo assets the cily prop

Truby, Stenburjj & Co. ( on VtfltiotI. ant Idisiuoss nrin.mer oFtba Yunng ton, the hotel and that he neglected to call on erty. I shall be at T It. ScjVsstoueveryday. .

Ohio, D.iily IVleirram. one of the inovtiiidn either Mr. Harrison and Blaine makes it Tho .u who own town pisip- .

"Quite Engljhhj you know"-London Died on Sunday. May 15, Ralph and valna'-le' b newspapers in look ns though the major was lending a city will pleaz c.'ll and give it in, M> that Watchmaker and j\ .

Swells cigars at J. (T. Alvarez D. Blanchard, infant son of Mr. and the Biirkeyo fctate. M r. Kemp also says: wiilin eat to lize siren voices of time auliilarrison there bu nu mistaki-h made.
"I hive fiTnnd it n certain euro for the men. C. T. W. SWKAT..M.iy .

GOODS I Mrs. A. M. IJlanchard, of Lawtey, (sotiKli usual Iv following an ntluck of I !I.HiriippH 20. lS92.-4t City Asse3sor. i f'' -
NEW UGQDS Ng\\ Try BLAlk.DratG-T' ;; u for ijpsis.Deiiiocrnt !
bottle of it in
with measles.The always keep n -
in all department- the bouse." i.oVent bottles for sale by ie Congressional Con Col. L.iinlicrt, of Gainesville! chief eweler.

Truby, Sternburg $; Co. artesian well men have heen all medicine de.der- 4'6
vention. of ordnance, is here to inspect the ] :

New line of lo\v fchoe< tit receivfd at a staiid-Ntill the past week on account Til*: Beilin fire department ia expert The democratic pnrly of the bcrondcongiession.ii (jti.trd.s.Tiio: .
: ; of not heinp able to get pijinij )- district I of Florida will I hud: Stake PIa..
Stern fc Co. with novel fire ensrine. Tin*
at Trt\Uy burg mentinj a
to work with. a <-oii vetii ion at Gainesville at 12 o'clock Ladies' Anl Society of tln-
carriage is construi led exclusively of pa Wednesday. e1 k11
1892 for
m Align 3. ,
The TKI-EORAPH will bu s.ejt to M. K. church will sell ice cream at I ;lt. -1$ i
Guards ntaclip. nfl! the different parts. Ihe the purpose of noininnlinga candidak-:
'ii* The Bradford County are pier 1 ,, &e- .
ir.: address for 81 a 3 ear. finished the OS'I congress of the United Slates. the Institute during the closing ex- i : -t:
any on extra drill nowadays. The boys body wheels polec, etc., being Largest Assortment of
The counties in the district will be- entitled ercii next Thursday a 'd Friday
Go to J. G. Alvarez for tho, bM a-e looking for the inspector around in the best possible tnsn ncr. While the to repieilat! a- follows: nights.

c cigar. one of these day durability and power of resistance po AUchu.-i 21 Madison 7 Watches, Clocks and

_ se. siMl by thus material are fully as preat Hiker 4 Marion 19

,', Men's Mravv hats, vario.us LtlQS Old Aunt Milly Day, well known as those* of wood and metal the wc-ight is Rnu.ford 10 Nassau 10Bievard The First Protestant la Japan. Jewelry I 14 I I I 7r

and to all of our citizens left Wednesdav ; 5 Orange It!) Tho first Protestant Christian in Japan I'
ice ,
and sUapi-M cheap The i of of
much ltts. I'j'hliit': is course J ,
Cljiy 0 Osceoh 4 Murata retainer .
for her daughter's home atRochester iras one a military I,
.1. (;. Alvarez. ii-
: milked xdvanlaire s-ince il will enableIht 1 (' 'imiibia i l .I '
N. Y.Col. I 10 itnam 12I of tho Lord of Saga, in the southern island : ,

New and nobby) straw hats for Ifl(11 new ensiiie reich hit -cene t>f a tire I);.de 1 Si. Ji.lma 11 of Kinchin. In I860 ho went to Special nltc-nttoii given ti. the -*- -

))VS and child i en :it R. :"Si. Smith I of Ocala, was in with unusual I riiBucklen's- ..!ch. Kamiltoii D'iv-,1' 1J 7 Snmlir iniwanueo 10L.ke I{> Nagasaki, by order of his chief, and one niriii j .of- ('IOL-KH and l Watclteslood :. : ;ii1.L:';'- :.

& .1 I I M Tnlmrtr it (VIf ?''ieitv a few das t this x\eek. Col. -- 13 V.iiu-i-i lo. evening, as ho was crossing the harbor work -
f, of the Caniti.} Arnica Salvs. the in a toat, he picked up a book that was s'iIrM. :
'.ejt hu i isecretary :iio7eciiriie I iHi s I I U ;lhi' sJimc ruleI
F-4flI !Et.. ...> "'.-i NI- hi fit rci *..irU" Miiii.n tI.ti floating about in tho vrater. The writing O'TooIcn is that ?
vait a piettyfi I'iio-iih.iu- imiiaiiv.i ) :.pj fill us l : i adopteil by ilut phat Dir-ay
.. til-- *-. S ( '. II I-OI S. -- i lltll. |l \ side side "like the
from to
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ie to t: M coiiiiiiitu e. ran crawling Mr. OToole'-Thjit? That Is n tvtrkb.Mr .
:. % or :\ v'l-'ap 't ., .
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.). G. z.s In another colnnin xiill 1. *. -.unrl :i Fur iK-nii tiny :iti-I I :r-uiniy we stuni! :- i of crabs, and upon sending it to one of THE SOWER r HAS *. O'Toole-Ostrich' I'bercV let-.
\l\u; '.f.i.I.s; :-l -: :iz t 5, LiI 0. -
: ii.ii| I iln- -ie'-iT'i-f- to tindi'iiict <-.mvei- the Dutch then settled at Nagasaki ho No SECOND CHANCE. ders,thin?
Mr. S. !la'. (T.inlin.-r tineal ii 1 1i I
.si-.l! from: : ti i% \ itip jft "i it" .*} r ijuIivJ. Qoost .
; i- ..i..ri'jie l "o ffi\c i-'S "i vtii-...it :ii.ut t: HI l li.j veiec.l in ihe VIIIHnaniit r ;imi ? learned that it was the Christian Bible, mat tj make tb matt of Ui flr.|j Mr. O'Toolc (in disgust-flnn't show yz.
: lor.EOII
.tI) aIn -
estate agent, antioifctii" or ni
& >*Sfaxn rh.i'iiiL1 Uii lieaIijnaiters.Mr. I) x. 1'si- silt, IiV.. I I Itive; '. ..'t. I i ci in v.'II I I''ii. hid on, and ho had one of his assistants FERRY'S5EEDS lD.-IJft _ _ _
The ( bait niati and secret offitiivciiiinnt c..uI.t
ry )
( : i : yd \l is. W. I II.I I I eufTor,1,;- ofIvinoUy. 1'iu. grip lil!! lzt.1New( York bv the wiii pleHse favor the cii.omu1t. learn the language of the bookend wily Ue Didn't UkRigby .' Engnd.

rJ'"r.Ncr.t hike h-fl onVtdne>;l-i\: [ lee byei iliiig i the piucetdings lolhe ticn&late it for him sentence by -What are you goinsf to do tlu's
thnmt.i iind I I' i P1'"rent ly ti l.lemng I its '
I sentence. hare made and Seed summer-coins across the? pond i*
ill < !>!iiiiimn ul Orange t like.8Urin kept Ferry's BUSHWM!
at Tin'iy' Scri>litii' & ("<> -i Chicauo, \\heiv Miey v sjiinVn .m-p Ijfi xxei-kV f-p.u I <>t f u lh<- I iureiiuo I : t;nlroad rn'is will be aim lioliliCciIn His study was continued in secret, I. the largtsc ia the world-Merit Telia. Disby-YaI think I'll knock arouo4

: f-iinimer with I lh -ir sou. .d! \ :.4( .ii I i-.!i'( .. Sill id I '!hiI: tin iili.idIHI dutune I ; -ils-o speciilli I
l.i'.x'1* at .. 201 til: Ilii tiis".iw (iiiiinrih" .\i'lu: wiii be ti ranged uiiil an- hoaio., When a difficult passage was tells the whole Seed ssoi'y-Sene free for the RigLy-And you won'c top ia Iazlin4-!
Tin I by, Stcrubtirg &:; Co.0jirMoek Pi-iu-hmr U thV Ciiri; Ian i-huich) litili) C< li asking. Don't tow Seeds till you get it.XM.FERRY Iigby-Naw, I think not.
found a was sent to Dr. Ver-
a-ii third Sunday! a'' t '*. ni. and P-l d.iy>. The x\.ek i'ri'vi"ii.here : <>IORGK W. \VIM.OS. t'b'flruRCiii.R messenger &CO.DetroitMtcI.PTEJzrT3 .< Rigby-Why not?
beck. well known then in
: of hardware; : i.s vcr> iiijjht bKlder G. P. Yonn *. Ail wne 1.7); : di-nll.s. It WHS th'Uighl th.it L'CNGI.K. Sec a missionary Digby-Weally, dcah boy. I TTCA ova!*
of wwilher I the Nagasaki, for its interpretation. Muratawa3 there lawst year, don't ytr know, anal m -
low. Wit Ii Ihu approach xxann
;. Complete. and prices are )inv'uvd. particularly the unuu vbers. I5trLFF'3 Wt.F CiitiDUl for Weak Nerves. tcrward baptized, and his name Amevvican accent was so notiosaUf Lit
& Co. wotilil l bu easier lo handle und
Trub\\Stcrnburg epiiK-inic now stands first on the roll of Protestant there was weally no plcasuw iu life.-Detroit -
would subside but It Mr. II. F. Randolph of New York a
: gradually appears Christians in Japan. London Tribune.
A car load of fuuiiture jt reDelved. The board of directors of th that the ilion was wrong. noted literary man, put chased ten grains Tines. .-.-- -
Caveats and Trfd 4 tftimHi ami *1!Patent
Truby, Sternburg & Co. M-hool will recomm.eq.d Prof. Mc- of Mrj'chnine with which to kill a cut. bwiinet.'oMduleLt-4 for MJiATt. FLIs. fin HU 3IoUi r4' $lde."Do .

: [)oar i.l to t'te county school boaul The fellow who bats around the streets He took it home mind deposited it in the Women Taking the Place of 21 en. 0J( H OF nCE 1S OPPOSITE U ::3 PA.IKSTOlHoo you think I-aw-shall have a good
"Old Uiji ibacea) at 'e.'en *KH-urc pateiitoia lc-* lip'., "
I.,. the professorship of the schorl a'l.d' :iv. and g's lionie ol l Miiht to a wHe.moMi'r medicine drawer with some quinine. The In Holland men can no longer be awl n; icgit cvsf tb*u lhos'm-ziuot.1ror, Wa iIi beard? asked an oaproniMniC Czii'jidite-
Trilby, Sternburtf o. trusted to work the switches on the railways >-ton. for such honors.
mother year._ ntiil sister wly> wiirk. hard to .su other i.'ght he t thought! he neded a dose and women now fill their plzccs.I ftrnd nxvlel.driwig or photo,with d.sLs- "I'm afraid not. sir," aniwsml the hr

port him. can leil ;< 'U exactly what HIKcouniry of quiiiit.e Going to the '''rawer lie mixed tion. We aiiriea. if p-iMUt.iC Or uAr. rca, f her, after a close inspection."Aw. .
i is a certninty. CaiRihnrd I This is a slap in the taco indeed to the cbarce .-nr f'-o tint;t ill pnti-nt t*Itilrsf.
The city park ; needs to. niato it prosper. mid h5. do .e and swallowed il. As mtiht male sex, aud a great triumph to the advocates A. Littt )boot. "Tlnv lot Obt*I Ri Pat-ut V wcaUy. My rVmther hai awwrr. .
l has given an acre of land.. nc.iTo( cerLit client. In \vur state, vvunif or fine beard, you knovr.'*
This will what policy H ptpw ought lo pursue to be i-xperttrtl he got hold of the wrorg of female labor. But we have town,fsxil free. A.iilrw"
ind Mr. Tiuby if acres. make it u glorious tucccss.-BarlowXews. package and swallowed the ten griin of'btnrhninc. yet to BOS how the thing works. The r. A SXO .V fi C"O sir"Maybe!"-Natidh.ilElocir'c you Barber.after yoni- tneuoi. ,.
&* nake a large park, and the S. L. I.V Opp. Patent Office. WABHHIOT"-!). C.BUSIIIESS .
I I In a short time he was dead.ELACKDRAU men cay that there will now bo looking
will take good care of it. glosses in tho switch boxes, and that the Bittars.v .
H.T. tea cures Constipciioti.Mis 11i4
: from Busi indicate that Uutuiforlunale will leave them till they INSTITUTE. l's Pi..it.iti.g .0.
4 Report women never
The board of directors of UH $\,,. kiiCEt H anil .. s.'psII-j | .5.. lit ri.i4tcial n
cou.rjtrx will hardly b' :Mc.V fJraeo hi'tlejo'in' is a little jrirl.agf have smoothed their last hair end settled I.3efl'j.iI. Alt nli. hi s.

L S. & SL. railroad had a meeLbigtiiis > feed h'-r-clf pxt year. Winter wheat .I eleven years lesMinxin diiioor' I I the bow of their laet ribbon, and that in Book-lvfcpin Pbon.grcf.hy, Tm-kg. Klectric Kiitflrpmixp. < ths 's'irrr- ti.j gi(
Onto Koad: w Irvt she : : "I wa.-itr iibl'd
determined -
\veeUThey! are to lys meantime there will be collisions A rand j'e j.-itp ,.
t arc in a favorable condition iu r. .with rheu IIV MMII fort wo yeai-s. Inn the ; rnphy taught In cxperieriwl tiMt tiers. pur t.'t.
have a. railroad connection. with he that wheri left to themselves U in uuaj-iAevtl ldo nil thnl !,.
could to do xl. I they nver Terms CU Ws
Dumber provinces, but in ulflitist tin, pet nothing me any go easy. on or ;i ehdnied. nintt EittprH
(T. S. & F. ProspecU are. good, foj;; was so belpl<*>H hat I: had to be an led I I have been in time for the train as passengers diesi MjHoftit tyill curt* *!I
Liver wild Kirir
number, the oatlock is discour- G. W. H. STANLEY. > vh. i,|||
in early commeiiceittent of the roid; equal very liko n b.Uip. wltHii 1 was advised- -re; >i and will not be more punctual remove I'iinploHi! IlolK Salt Rheum sini:

aitu1. bottle ct'Ch'tmbBrlain's Pain Balm. I as pointswomen; and.finally,that if they 123 Uriuad sI,, ntheraH4>tti,.iHruM> tjn..| UI-ts.-l4

Mr. Owen Owens, an elderly tent ot it from our druirgUt, Mr. J. A hear their lover's whistle anywhere in aplMt Thoini-ii,} !,. O.i. I Wlllilrivi* ia! !>ria lrrt n tin- y-nr> ;mn';
:: froiq but The boily of WilliuraV.. .tscr which Kuiubler) tjii/l \\u three days I was up I prevent as nHl :' mt till ?EuIurtt.
fyrmerly the will lit-
enrin und walkinq around. I have IIott neighborhood they pay very .
_cp7s. Mtg / i ho has lived fop tvorhe time near WHS placed in the fajnjjy) vault MI Trinity return of j U si ncomid my liinbn are any H* I| tlo attention to that of the locomotive. For tine !horses and (-artjut-i. ) .) I Hon>v
; Starke, and wasi th* father of Owen cemcivry. New York, will be carefully: limber as they ever were" 5'} cent bottles If these objections are not valid, conclude Ic horses all k tifs of Kotirp tsfaMou, guarnom!. i.* n -HJrefunded. -'-

) Owens Jr. died at his. home Sua- guarded nig"1; and day for a year to pre- for sale by all medicine d1ers. the men, "we ore not Dutchmen.nLonSon ." stabliiuj for 1icr>
you want to feel a* haPPY a- day last., He was buried in Crosby Tent the rcpetitioc. cl the A. T.. St wat- The only 2 a day hotel; h*. ..TckI Queen. varcz &; U''z stalds op'estv the' V>". II. Klver'a Drng store .

cT' Ch.innznan by your goods of Monday njornjng. : I son ville is.The 't'tuvelers. .carriage hzo 4; *ijserim. :! t a
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b.EICLEN'; OF TItWPAST. A par of curiosity
Cwo'Clasees of Croo'lu That Give tho Some PeopleVho Ask for Them and A Traveler In FIJI GI.f Hit Opinion in of an old A English Writer Thinks' It I .0

.le Great Trouble. Mow The?,Ate Shaken Off on Cannibal Etiquette. 'Long Branch, N.J..the IN Much Below 1DO Degree

WHAT WAS CONSIDERED GREAT WEALTH I Of the vast army of human beings who .CoJfssmen seldom ask-us for free Cannibalism In 'Fiji, a elsewhere I the pie the which used t tick ,Mr.Peal Isunder the Impression that I
at the
YEARS AGO. I pry upon their fellow-men there are none railway man sooth teas, was a custom which had many parsonage have omitted to take into account theque '
PU8e" sld t Wahng Tennent, pastor of the
fORT more dangerous or desperate and none tn reporter. .On the reasons for being. It was cultivated both Church between Font of the temperature of the mon.

who cP a successfully with the police clerks attached to committee rooms by necessity and superstition, and was Introduced The ton tre that I did not consider It requisite t

Itt If.Uoa P1' f an a monte men and gold and the private secretaries of prominentmen and flourished under potent In tw. farm antiquated two miles the mis a'discussion on that question, but
srick swindlers. These two branches of fluences. All the south sonage ,
sea era by collecting all
Old Book-Less Than aOOO. Rich Men are most frequent tmonp our pttUoner hold, where the noted Early had satisfied myself,
me(crooked profession are distinctly Do they get them? practically barren of lodignou mammals. evidence obtainable that the temperature
Notusua\y. often visited the .
in Massachusetts: 1853-A Comparison &merlcan ard they are, as a rule, followed Tousee., in dispensing Birds there are, I plent tle the by north of the moon was considerably abe the
room on
't the Wealth of To-day. |I 3t men of more than ordinary shrewd- consider chiefly the question whether the and the sea swarms with turtles where he had his ol freezing point,and I made my
aess and nerve. Their operations, unlike applicant Is able to do the road any ser but of the meat which a strong man hankers -, of the for that point aordngly. ,In doing
A crrsto. mark of recent tme other classes of crooks, are necessarilyxmflned vice. after there is none-or at least was transport to heaven, .says considered that was rather

h bn growth prTt almost exclusively to the rural "It is very funny to observe how gen not until the white man came t these with sequently died on March -Jonas receiving an gvg

fore It Is one &especially llstricts and small towns of the coqntr. er the Impression ,seems to be among shores and introduced cattle, sheep, gat The interesting old I will now state my reao"!for n jei l
popular attention and the public I "The gold brick men are the top sawyer applicants for passes that they are and swne. The wonder with timepiece chosen all the extravagant &umpLunsof tile existence -
It made In
never tires of reading in Its newspapersof of the crooked fraternity," sold a able to be of service t us. You wouldmagine regarded these strange animals rm. was days of an excsivly tur

rich men and their mOD Popu .ocol detective, who baa had much dealing I from the way they talk that mot and the vague ideas they had of them 1 was a go.In During his famous the time not by the moon, a a extreme estimates :

estimates of the wealth! may with these men, to a reporter. 'Yes," of them are the very pillars of the road. indicated in Fiji by the native name but of the temperature' of I: '

be far from the tt but If \ take menh e continued, impressively .they have They declare very often that they individually domestic kIne--"bullomacow." some After his mysterious death the reason think that we have evidence to Bpc. ,

tya which we hear riven the plain clothes menmore trouble throw into our hands thousands When the first pair of cattle was lande named Wilbur ol our own experience of the long night in our ..

g some. Idea of what constitutes than any other class of ci coked po'ple in of dollars' worth of passenger traffic, and the natives asked what they at man his home then- own Polar Regions (very much longer than '!' ,
some I
or gt weth"I these days. the country, and will continue 1 on the strength of that plea they demand bull and a cow," answered the white men, Freehold of have the lunar night) that the temperature ofpace J I
The memory
suc become suppose, for all time to come. Monte and free transportation for themselves. Such and "bullomacow" every horned animal Is died cannot be lower than 100 deg. belowahrenheit's ,.
greater if we con compare them with those the cold brick'graft' go band In hand. persons as these are to b found lurkingby to the Fijian unto this day. Although tr. Huntey' clock a ImportF zero,or about 73 deg. C blow -
of a former It was the good fortuneof .Show who Is bricks corridors. anatomists tell us that man is
pro me a man selling dozens around the naturally of serious speculation. com the freezing The lowest ro

the t In'a New England and 11sbow you a man who fingers the "We find very many applicants of this R herbivorous anima and although cer.- never pass the hour of 1 ,com- temperature pint Polar regions cannotbe .

garret a book entitled: "The Rich thr whenever an opportunityoffers. sort among the people in the department. thin persons, and example It wouM strike the ho many degrees above the temperature of i
Men of Ma h'stt" The book of Of course everybody who Once have striven to convert the world tovegetarianism .
ha having got a pass, "they acquired 1, the hour when ][ pace or above that of the coldest region
some two pag publshe I Boston read the papers knows that the goldbrick a taste for traveling free of charge, there still remains in the it would utterly cease its which of the moon, because tho effect of an ,at

and I 12 I." 'snd eton swindle is as old a the hills. It ha and they do not like the notion of paying soul of man a craving for animal fo. J. M. an pop mosphere is merely to retard or delay radiation
It is
a list of Hoper
been exposed hundreds of times and yet their It is astonishinghow The Fijians describe this emotion
way any more. maker, bought the it by a few days or hours, not t prevent
of Maut giving the amount of while you may not believe It more suckers the habit of journeying by rail gratis word kusima" which means, literally, a vendue sale and defunct it

and in many c have been landed on I during the grows upon the individual. I knew a longing and in certain dialect cde's defect, but he vege Mr. atogether.arives at his estimate of a
brief notices of their
careers. thebooklsS9yearsoldltwiilnotdo past year than ever bfore Philadelphia man once upon a time who there are four or five words : By the hands possible lunar temperature of 800 deg. below

t havean 'As a rule three thes people work had an annual pass between Philadelphiaand .hunger pregnant circumstance in a straining pressing them past the I zero by process that is altogether i

overweening confidence stt together and they never work in the HarlsburR. Having little occasion country where the fruits of the earth are could be started on ben Inadmissible a: He assumes that the radiation :

ments. Nonetheless, after dark, either. When they decide to des to not use his privilege at scattered by nature with a lavish land. 1 o'clock at night again from the moon Is excessively
allowances,the list will throw rend of the all week before his document There seems always to,have been feel geat
a IDtro upon a community one gang unt1 the a It be and that the heating power of the
tive DOW.light on the subject of weath te)ad goes ahead and pick out the mark who exp ; but during that week he did ing in the Fijian mind that the eating of cock "oul.1 tho stop.hour of 1 at excessively smal. This Is an Impossibility -

Is to be he locates his victim nothing but travel back and forth the flesh of one's kind was debasing andunoaturaI t the being irreconcil 41
'orke b dy-
On the cover we find the astonishing Recently an effort was (
page -
be to gain all the Information tween Harrisburg and Philadelphia ; therefore, is often the case,
intended a old clock and it sat- able. We know from our experience -
sttment t the excite list ou he can concerning him,and especially for the sake of the feeling that he was both in barbarous and civilized lands, religious parsonage, which replace is to mas- thatt good trrstra' are
arton contains to the state of his It does getting something for nothing. superstition was Invoked excuse
a tnancs t century-age condition ; near good absorbers of heat, and that bad ab-
2,0 name representing$2s4.c89.Km. to not take the 'fixer' the acNqualntanci "Tramps used to "pply to us very often, the atrocity. In old Fiji cannibal feat had conveyed it name. s orpei S are bad radiators. Mr. Peal may

the number, according of Is present much of the 'pappy guy,' and by the but our way to get rid of them has always were almost always attended with relg- Hopp'r and after undis take his choice of the ways ol looking at
noon names time confederates make their been to send them to the sanitary office. ious exercises. Mbau, tho royal and .
than that of At ht apparance was traced to farm lavish this matter; but he cannot be allowed to
mor Imp without dolr toe scene, generally a wek That office, a you are aware, has an arrangement city-in fact the Jerusalem of Fiji-was stowed away I u take half of the one and half of the otherto

In the who svm his arrival he and the old man are friends. with the railways for sending the place where blind and idolatrous superstition ben It still ticks a Insttu- make good his theory.' If the want of1
persons country can cunt ) the play to be In out of the district any persons who desire in refernc to cannibalism was
their private usual fxr's and regularly when four an atmospheric jacket promotes ,
to the half of forue a sum ornyeu search of a price that he to get away, preferring to dq this rather most rampant. Here were a congregation shop nearly two a t the It must also promote absorption and if the I

men in Massachusetts.possessed But IB2 2,0 Intimates that he wU pay tho old man than permit them to become a charge of heathen temples and the headquarters o'clock defect has distin dark side of the moon Is excessively cold;
u lok i imo for his place makes eyes upon the community. Such people we of I loathsome.brotherhood known
later's bug a Wusaingtou Star. the illuminated side must be excessively
closely to find the current Idea of
a out with of grant half rates. Among the Impecunious "Devil priEsts," who conducted the horrible
cur of hot if the sun's do
rich manj.t that time. Exactly we find inthebook1nameswhich ; or, conversely, rays
does not want the farm for himself but unfortunates for orgies which have stained
who ask passes are every stone The "Butler and the not bring the moon's surface to a high
at of
a Is simply acting agent for a couple of numerous candidates for situations in In Mbau crimson with human Whenno "
a bloo. was the radiation cannot lower
would How do temperature,
S6O give an average of nearly Eastern men who will be along in a few the Government service who Lave failedto work was toward "devilpriests" many people what his
the origin of the story it much. It does not matter
The value of depends on the I days. Sure enough, the alleged specula secure places. They have come here lived in caves, where they were culated about General the ori choice may be; Iq either case the conclusion -
elements te'aver Of greaterInterest 1 tors present themselves at the end of the perhaps comfortably supplied with money, ministered unto by gifts of food left ver at New the must be against his assumption.A .
cmp It week, and the trio drive out to look at the but have gradually it while tremblingly at the doors of their lairs by a spoons sort
is the the view of expende was in 1864. a provisional estimate of the temperature
wher farm. The strangers are well pleased vainly pursuing the fearful population. When the drumsfashioned Yaes. I
the fig-leaf of tin arrivedat by
editor, commenced. This inBoston "I.thewisp New in command of moon maybe
nce with It, and will be ready consummatethe .Finally they get deaJ ( of iojjs of wood and so \
and in the rest t brpke pal tment there, that im taking a moan of the actual observations,
I fe $10,0 deal just a soon a they receive a a plea for on the resonant that their hollow rumble could that 2CC
of the the conclusionof traosprfaUon who \vas publishing a which rang from 32 to 500 deg.,say
$ certain sum of for which they have ground of the bo heard for miles) beaten
money were to announce -
the list the gives a summary in presumpt about that nat deg. for the equatorial region
which ire find that among the rich men included that morning telegraphed."In of the corpraton. them that the coming of a victorious war that was tme.print ly re- of the moon, and assuming that the temperature
the conversation that follows the this is their steer party with prisoners, these ministers of (
in the eighteen over part we and the The of the dark side falls as low as 100
$1,000,000 ten &t owne gold brick Is produced with that old, old them to the channel afforded all penniless hell desconde.1 In fantastic and trriylnggarb iliroc-t"pons.charge, but is of deg.below zero. This gives an average of
'ut$10,0 sven $70,0 story, and a few minutes later three strangers for getting out of town. to sugerintend satanic any the is about the
thirty-three whc Innuendos and allusions. ex 83 deg., which, strange to say,
$ ad 10$2,0. bunco men are shaking the dust of that "Women If they are given chance cannot be described.
a who of the
larges the list $3,500,000.This were lots of people in same as the average temperature
the amount'owned by the community from their pedal extremities will work the pass system for all it is Another incentive to cannibalism, su- I w not disposed in a or earth's equator. The temperature of the
w with several thousand dollars of that old and too. We choke them off peradded to the impulses of r
Boston Ebenezer Fronds. The worth more, necessity and ward Butler, and this unil unar poles may also be taken as about the
mert fortune were laid Info farmer's o money In their Inside It is possible. To SIster of religious superstition, was the desire of I i. caught them. A day was same as that of our own Polar regions. -

trade and the built up by pkets Occaionaly. when the swindlers Charity railways ordinarily Ilant vengeance upon one's enemies. To eat a "Brick" Pomeroy time of There Is no reason why this estimate

and ) fore g. Mr. Franciswas t draw money uniform rate. Newspaper men, notwihstanding conquered fo was not only to disgracehim est that had been In should not be accepted as approximately

a bank president and treasurer of from the bank to go against a sure thing, the Qllul.m! to the and his tribe, but also to secure for publication of the in correct. The real Influence of an atmosphere -

Harvard College. 'The next name on the they will not even give him a chance to commonly held, on passes comparatively onesel all his good qualities of streng placed in the window of In the is to retard for a time the manifestation

list the well-known Abbott Lawrence, ama close on the brace game. 4 rarely. Oa the whole! they pay ad yalor. Thus Fijian office a statuette of the and of extremes of temperature,whether

I mk in business and political life, "They are in a hurry and adopt the their way as weil as other i eople do. steal upon the banqueting; grounds and conducted the New with a hot or cold-not to Increase the average.

a merchant and quickest metho gettnl the roll,which Cranks sometimes apply, but we have various rub the flesh of victims upon th-t lips of This statuette was not The mean temperature the moon should
manuatw-r Is to sIove a gun face, grab tbe ways of gettln ill of them,depending their sucklings in order that might
a member of Congress ad the.V : other figures of a therefore be about the same as that of the
t boodle and drive rapidly away. This, of upon their character." grow up to become notable varriors.
He is credited with a fortune I cept that Butler was earth.-English Mechanic.
Eld Among other millionaires of the course.Is nothing more,no leas,tban highway Shipwrecked sailors who were sometimes standing in a military to be

,$ may find such solid Boston names robbr and it Is fraught with more Where Don't Eul In Smoke. cast ashore on the inhospitable coast of I slung across his Hindoo
te tba the straight out bunco; It Is I Fiji received short shrift, in consequenceof I spoon borne Chicken Bone In a Unman Leg. .
Sears, Sturgis and attracted the
& There is a blast furnace in figure
Applet gives a summary oter.professions never resorted to unless operators fear Of It up a singular application of savage logic.In i body, and more tbe in In the Wabash Railroad Company's hospital

and the names on that,some outsider has got next to their their course requires chacoal They make the first place, they wero reparJed as a who: for one reason or in in Springfield,HI., is a case of bona
right the
the list. This oPton but gives u play, and they have no time to lose-Indlanapolls battery of kilns in the world, with largest, windfall from the gods for the Lenelit of a friendly feelings for unct fide bone grafting, the human limb being

a good view. Among them a 140 farmers, Sentinel.All ity of cortle. It made a huge acapac smoke people who were chronically on swr! meat Since then the story and in supported and strengthened by bone taken
72 manufacturers of t.O rations; In the second : it was considered from a live chicken. John Dougherty, a
cotton, eta, pac with
wolen and ; in fact, was downright many moifctions count
COS merchants and other lawyer Three Word There. smAl. now they catch 1 nuisance that they must have orTeinlo'l the tions, but section hand, while working in the Chi

and judges 45 physicians, 18 clergymen Mrs. HIs a young married and and, by sal turn gods deeply in order to be so buflVtcd of Nevertheless, Butler cago yard June li, 1890, received a slight

61.rker 13 publishers,4 etor 62 an Her lay.not a seventy-five per condpnsatoo.liquid.} The the element. On boUt accounts therefore matter of enough Pliny injury to his left shinbone by scraping the
aomer dealers, 15 any but, a all good other twenty-five percent cnt being found in- was a commendable thing to kill treat of it in his coming "skia- skin off while placing a piece of timber on

cot .&, and ship build Christians should, he frequently tends condensible, is forced under and and eat them, as showing at oncn thank'gving Pomeroy is discussed at : the ground. The skin did not grow on

er1 mu,2 butchers and 18 distil church \vith, his His first attempt, burned over again in con biers sawdust for favarn- and eagerness t port sys. in that way again. The surgeons decided that bone-
some measure the however to wfe. to the degrees. From the meshes such St. Louis ed on rot had set in. The only way to save the remaining
ler Tl show I Episcopal and the tar which they get out of the I GobDemorat.Inman <
It notice reasoning there was little chance of escape : not in portion of the bone was to remove
eu te forue. a form of service was so mortifying that he liquid seventy-five per cent.
gve for the unhappy sailors, who were duly the decayed down to the live bone
own part by
1471 the
fo c rre was almost tempted to forswear church- Each'day they get ninety tons of this I Method of
This gives nothing definite eaten and their bones wrought into or chiselling it nut. This operation was successfully
enouh going atogetber. liquid, from which they reduce fifteen L ne-; There Is quite a
les skewers for the hair and
of the .
calculation of percentages, certaingeneral It was ay, and his wife had tons of tar, 300 gallons of alcohol, and six: about the humanity of performed.In
tendencies none the lessmarked. tried to coach him spears.-Chicago News. Rom consequence of the largo amount of
a beforehand, naturally tons of acetate of lme. The alcohol is bullets for military
wishing him to take part with her in the in the arts; forms the claimed by the German I a bone which had been chipped away, some
Observe for instance the relative In- use But Ivory thing had to be substituted to take Its
all the acetates of commerce, such: Tough, He Liked Them. the humane
bae most 'i'.x
pro of manufacturers a with mer serc now. my dear," she said as corrosion of lead in making paint. You The season for thinking about camping : in var. Thenew, pro says place and make the limb strong again. To
those days. It 1* evident that we .that the rector will come forward wouldn't think when. looking the smoke out has come round again. To me the made to fired from I from do this a live chicken was placed under the

are not dealing wt the Massachusetts of say*The Lord is Risen,' and you wi respond from a charcoa furnace that the black only really serious drawback to the pleasures b so that grant influence of chloroform, one leg was deftly
caibrelslong Is
to-day but mainly commercialpeople. with 'He is, Indeed.: You remember nuisance painting the atmosphere to of camp life is the necessity coking termed I amputated, the bone removed and split,
This impression is I wa II Per- and the raw edge applied to the
strengthened living
now, won't ? things to eat.
tbat you the tune of so great a sum per day. The large, while Its actual
by a reading the lt which show .Well, I can remember three furnace is at Elk Rapids, on the Chicagoand We solved this Inevitable sort of wrangle I smaller than that of I words" bone in Dougherty's leg. The operation

large number of se cptin words" replied Mi. H-, a little testily.An West Michigan Railway's new extension. last season in a very happy way for't shape. By combining I wascootinued until the hollow place was

other persons I foreign' te among the hour later they were at the church .-Pitteburg Dispatch. other fellows. The first cook was I .section with smal IP b filled with living bone from four r chickens.

ne merhnt The rector came forward at the proper chosen by lot. He was to do the cooking,, Is glvon to 1 projectile, I The operation proved successful In every
t note that among the time,in the beginning of the service, and the dishes and all the other uncomfortable penetrating foice that I : of the detail and healed with astonishing rapid

UNO no less than began life poor and said solemnly: n.naa..lnatead of Potatoes. drudgery un some one complained I through two or three ity. In about four months Dougherty

owed practically their whole fortune t The Lord Is risen." The banana is only now beginning to of his efforts. t"kicker" was of mile. of high was able to hobble around with the al\l-pf'

their own lbr According to the etor. I Promptly and distinctly came the response b appreciated, and will be much betterlked succeed him,and he t b relieved ten l t M.a Delahaye, who is a crutch, and last February he was pef

487 h as bn ascertained to be mor I of Mr. H-: when people learn to cook this manner. tion the mercifulness of very mitted to go without a crutch or cane. H '

o le bnevent"? It was the editor'spurpose "Is He, Indeed?"-Philadelphia Record. frui and prepare it for fo a As luck would have It,the ) regards the process I Ithrough Italian was greatly surprised when told of 'the
; frstot fel t
k to his preface, to give It Is .use countries where I me. I worked resignedly by a bullet I I'renc' operation which had been performed, but

U encouragement t youth and t pint out Working Night.ift'ccted Him. Irows. the South, in Mexico and In two. After four days I grew despert oiI pencil not much more t he could vouch for its success. He was recently '

the beauties bnevoeno hence Indies the banana is fried like and made some flapjacks that of being by I given a position as gateman at a
'throughout he this point He got home late, but his little daughter the sweet potato, baked like the Irish brought profanity out of Job. They hav "slug shattere crossing on the Wabash Road.. ,

:.c Borne of the character sketches a very was, still up and was as Inquisitive a I potato, Is made into pies, is mashed up a cross between sole leather and a wer'con new projectile; will not pre
instructive and contain many instances of usual. into a paste and dried. Is and ha
preserved crete One member of the wound, but will make a :
pavement Wouldn't
rare pluck and He lifted her up and kissed her, and par un- Cyrus Settle.
io is
endlc a any f\'tr} way was When he struck tion through the body,
The reader naturally mae cmprn heputlierdownehesald: There Is more nourishment in the ba flapjacks he made faces and, looking ing the surgical, When Cyrus W.Field was an active fig
the do you have to work four ure in Wall Street he was one of the most
present day. mat "Papa night nana than in the potato. The came land teen' kinds of disgust, irresistibly broke doubt that the camp '
ter numerous facts will present &metmes. my dear he" that will grow 1.0 pounds of potatoes forth with:- future have more to do I energetic hustlers of the lot He had a
of the she asked. I breezy of rushing in arid out of offices .
measure change. way
has been by actual
sv& Be pp' proven experiment Say, boys, if them ain't the the surgeon less than
not .To to buy little girl I wort Ia and slamming doors behind him. He
fr con may b a t give my capable of growing 4,0 pounds of ba --things to eat, but-( regime, but a soldier invariably -
materials clothes he returned. a in closed door
a a bang that
nanas. Even now Is but pro
bref Ime ,
cmp tils cheap 'em awfully, old man. ing from a wound as
n will not Insist on the ary "And tops? she went on. ten years from now bananas will be univeralyeaten the system a sue- balance of "hucaanity" was harrowing to the nerves of his friends T

of the statements, but give them what; "Yes, and toys." in tbe United State, and cess. I was cook throughout wan't the .-- on the right side. As : J and brokers. For a long time Mr. Field

they i a worth. Smete since :r. She thought the matter* over for a moment furish delicious substitute on the N.y. Herald. tp modern shape would t hat I was a frequent visitor to the office of Russell

Thomas G. 8hean York pub .. Then she said: family table for the potato.-Globe Dem cased with 'steel Italian: Sage, and while Mr.Sage had a friendly .
lished in the Forum a calculation of I don't believe It's good for you to work ocrat. they are I a field I feeling for Mr.Field in those days,he '
_ _ Reading by Moonlight. which gives them the
wealth of IndvdUs. throughout the nights, papa. I mourned greatly over the wear and tear of
United "Why not?" he Reading novels at midnight by the light trating tho hardest bone his office
fd tat seventy persons aske Home Built of Copper. Anglo door in consequence of his friend -
"It of the moon Is not known of in the United I ing from their course.
always breath smell shades
more your so I Cyrus's boisterous -
house Incomings and
The that
copper iron outgo
owg t POO an manufac -
e States but to the
bad. Toledo Blade. according
have a When
ings. Gould
L has Fort and Sage knocked the
tt wet $70,0,0 a turer bui near Hamito is a of Revuelto of ,
Sig. Gregorio Farm Life and
Guatemaa meant; bottom out of Field's
mor $ ,0 eh marvel. all of mftal, on a ht big scheme to boom
l it is
no uncommon thing see
The figures were subjet muc .Great Creiar'. Joke. framework of steel, the floors being sup senoria Nearl" three-fourths or sun- Elevated stock, Mr.Field's visit to Sage's '

atryat the time of tei publc Jule.." remarked Brutus as he ported by arches. The walls are composed her reclining hand in on> a her hammock father's with veranda a bok in the 1 chosen by I office ceased, and soon afterward reports -,

tot tey might b exagger Into the great Csar's tent, strole: entirely of large copper plates riveted Costa Cues District, Guatemala, : great offices of the intro reached Mr. Sage that his old-time friend :
furnish striking contrast with double btweentweh'e were early familiar with : seven was saying unkind things about '
at yt tell you of the onc had among the together seams and bound and one o'clock in the him. ,.
figures for ?" with Iron. The cornices the cultivated Holds-for mis Uncle Russell bristled at and .
wt Mahuett Allobroges Gets off a long windy tale trimmings I. is coffee up once sent -
Sig.Revuelto a wealthy planter
years ago. Similar ttmony 3 involving the slaughter o'' the posts, the railings and the sueath- Grant. Garfield, Hamlin I other: a message to Cyrus 1 e.it he would be requited -- -
singlehande and is in this
by some facts PittsburgCommercial country, by his: Cleveland, Harrison, Pails, '
eleven Ings are entirely of Iron. The I Snot accompaniE to pay.for put ., r new hinges and
Gazette In its issue of April .'Brut feroous my barbarians, remarked solemnly polished, but each plate coppr inruRhhammere. wife and sister-in-law, pleasure trip many others almost equ Er. I a new catch on that ae uad banged almost
by Car The travelers reached Chicago
mI8. ltglvesallstofnamesofthemil.-. when hail finished, -a Each plate makes a yestrday.and in current events or fiction I into a state of dilapidation. Mr. Field refused
of the city. They number in all,, Gaul : are registered at the Pacifc Among : genial L to stand the and
especially Transalpine Gaul, bu panellh buildings. In three There jounalit expense, the door la
77 and their aggregate wealth would probably still I must say that you remind me of a brass set Hotl.U are no moonlight nights: spent still swinging on Its old hinges.-.N. Y.
not be far from that of the medailow country or in England like we han tucky, and Murat did, in Times.
harp shattered the in bas-relief. On the
men of Massachusetts in 1852. 1n rch Jove." by lightning of great t are iron bas-relief tal b1ck chimneys In Guatemala," said the Spanish planter'l: and lived on a great _
WorK one figure
Thirteen names are credited with more .How so?" representing a phoenix. The style Is wife yesterday. .The moon at certaic: W. H. Vanderbilt was of f An Efficient Railroad Woman
than $3.000,000.each of Inqulre.Brtu nnwarlly. of the month is so bright that it ia New town and Um-
aggregate Jersey
a "Because lyre," answered Queen Anne, and time will color the pros One of the most remarkable women of
127000000. ,Is instructive to note that bastd outdoors during the day. English the business
of ship lad in
Crosar. whole structure a Georgia is Mrs. H.S.
taking long a hue. Gould
pull at a floe k I. l'lcl copperas of Machen. It
and American
write the
Suffolk county is 1852, with was born In a New York
abut ,
crltln M of Chlan of the 754 vintage. Good News. pt : was largely through her means and efforfc
sublime d
persons owning mor $10,0 And from that day forth Brutus began August mon, Gould spent his early great that the Covington & Macon railroad was'

tat their aggregate wealth w ,,- to meditate on the Ides of March.-Yale see a moa in Guatemala during the time farm In New York I built, and after it was put iu operation she
_The Manufacturer.An V..d He Asked No 'lore.A it is full. They would then have" something saw light in a country :;; r had a great deal to do with its

well known clergyman of P1ttsbur t go into ecstacies about. -Chicago Talmage In a New also ment. It is related that manage
A Dead Lire Han. on one occasion
Emb.nalc 11. was riding In a Fifth avenue car the other Tribune.The David Swing, though burial an engine of the road had become derailed

A young clergyman of this city makes There are some people who are cnsttu- day when a lady and a c'uld' got &board The Decline of PoUt nra. passed his boyhood on ( at some station on the Hue. The local
tionally unable to behind manners of this world like the, Whittier Howells
go and
it visit the The minister gallantly offered youn section boss
to in and his
a practice prisoners Jail the
t. fashions men engineer, the
/ cord. Usually they are only : of it, are constantly passing in villages, the former I
and give them good Just hew amusing, a the car was crowded, and it was graciously L conductor and brakemen with
his avc. other&day, but sometimes they succeed In making accepted.As away. One hundred years ago men had between farm )' lie some of the perhaps
nuisances of themselves. For not to with steam and passengers, worked for hours
compete Follow the list out
Instance the gentleman hung to electricity. friend
one of the Inmates called the philanthropist a strap with trying to get the big
book and said: there is a convict In a Georgia poltn- one band ho patted ti.e child's Lead with They had time to bow, they could afford long it will become.. ptec I the track. They locomotive back on

.Are you coming see us again tar who cannot get out, though L the other, and the fo'.lovring! conversation to frame elaborate compliments, they utility. up as a bad Job were when preparing Mrs. Gould to give it
t has
all came
tnc he has could easily interrupt the even tenor of Han
"Yes,In a few day" put, expir the beus eosue their Every Man III along. She saw at a glance what was the -
as occupations to discuss- the health
.Would you bring me a morning dead child, m3Iam. The matter and
paperr mnd t Another convict th .same name Tea. sir." and the domestic movements of a friend's' money of Chili at gave a few decisive orders.

.Not at all. You shall have the paper?" and some of the chuckle-beaded officials "Very fine." family. Now we are all in a hurry, and la. consists Mr. Hoffman of small has : to Within pull out.20 minutes There the engine was ready -

The clergyman w about t leave when have got him tangled up with the living, fcWe think so. I; is the only one 'ci e we must be in a hurry, or fall behind the It which a man writes but stories of her executive are other and similar
So : ability and
man. everybody will have
wait energy.
the man In bonds motioned mysteriouslyto t have. marching order of the day. A very he willing Besides her
until the railroading
him The good man did courts straighten out bk: "I am very fond of children." courteous man i a bore. Men rushing, 1 the t reeem Gould finds operations Mrs.
t time
on ,
appr 8 that itls ago to her
by the bk manage 400-aore
declaing The tho stock
and the whisper rea or the office cannot
t exchange
I c ade ladnodfd dilate until farm near Machen. IJ Is said that she has
,. .Wen you you bring me I dea -- L Ly grow up Lobe a great stop to bandy bows and polite familyinquiries. source from which it JJ. Y. done a great deal"toward building the

do" to wrap it around a bottle o A Meaionable oneI1a'0a comfort to you. perhaps a support. You Traveller Middle Georgia & Atlantic .
good old rye whisky."-Texas Sittings.Tbe Sunday School Teacher ( word ought to be"very proul of him." Women desperately in earnest with Macon Telegraph. railroad.

-. picture).-Upon the bed lay givn sick "Yes.8Ir. their lives cannot b troubled with civil[ A Terrapin -
: -- ---- -- "What's his an
use of solid carbonic\ acid as nn an I. nigh unto death. Unbelieving and uncon- "Annie." name? platitudes which are common property, Of late years a number place Idaho invoice .
Bsthotlc has been patonte-1 by Dr. vertable was he. Tne Rev. Dr. Jones was though each would stop to listen to a few have been started along 1 *
Wi scndanger of Hamburg. Whfn Rob'r called t his bedside and when lie left, At this the whole car roar The minister words meant for her alone Words which The biggest farm on the :3 It is very easy to* secure a divorce la

liquefied Is from the iron what you suppose the dying sinner had joloe In the not in a men nothing but politeness are now in- and it consist of I large In lay Idaho" and, as a local paper remarks,
k in a pur compressed It become?" laooer. .. expressingly tiresome, and only maiden: which people In adjoining States are beginning '
cy.iuders Tommy A Pharmaceutical He asked no more \uestlocs, however- ladies with settled incomes have time for culd atm- to appreciate the fact JSix months
rushes in t' e form of white mist corpse.- terrapin if they would constitutes
which may out be collected a flakes of pure Era. _ Pttbu coaA _. them; the busy world i content with a desire. The farmer has SS a a legal residence, and some county -
carbonic Know and pressed Int solid poU'.1 Problem.Milllcent few sentences of god-nture chaff, and broad fenc skull ret seats in the State are so remote and secluded -
U.I Quite RelleTed. -What tho of *< passes on that actions are never beard
masses will last for i meaning r S. reflecting that chaff: muskrats and ot
S The solidified carbonic acid produces Ida-Did you se my father? dprocityWill? easily falls into familiarity and imperti:- pin's enemies. He has Been, ex, until after they are decided. It la as easy

( great cold,which may bo made t benumb Water-Ye I told .him I had come I to Will-It means an exchange In whic nence. Another reason for the decline of boxes partly filled with There to tie as to untie the matrimonial knot In

t, any part of the body such an extent ak greatest blessing a young neither party has the aVtg politeness is found in the fact that wealth r.ngo that when the Idaho. No license Is required and' few

it. that minor sutglcal operations t are man could ask-his daughter's hand. Itc i you were t a kiss now pushes itself everywhere,and cultured they cannot get out : ( questions are asked.

: rl nlp8. 'In tbo experiments made mae "Ad "hat did he say?" ( ) would b obg t give you society sufer by the introduction of persons :- I He he ha nUfre for in eye.he
':, HaUbur.hospital It was. tried on a boy seemed very much pleased-said in return (like ) whos only clai to recognition i i are ten months one. of i a Most men mix a pound of ambition with

.. .,. thlrteu with such success "that he he was afraid"at frt I wante to borrow 11IcentYe how lovely; but Will,I that they have me money.-Aeli I them from their fathers la I a strain of energy, and tben wonder that

watched without shriuUlng., : while a deep some money. Cmic se a man like Mr. Blalneoan Ban i Lippincott's. patch. the world refuses to admire the mixture,

,- out live Inches long 'al made in his leg. be s Interested in It?-Keystone. --- -- t Atchlsou Globe.
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