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: June 3, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:00291
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>."." 1T: SUNLIGHT: -OP. -8 RII.;. hespj, and' )I the"autumn- his'etop'was.1 had begun think- Itwea' oisme terrible -,.the : Ten 'ha put the letter- bk.- ,'T .Never see'her again- !r- 'THESODTJI. IK :BRIEF. f p rr

t gund he dozed that the sttdctao
It while
'. below the I was -
: -
spring didnt
'fanlight of what have it f
a I ,,
{ yon a&eaSi aeig after all whena.. & "
t".e That smile so? all Josiah"and 1t TOi place,' and fell to the rud.Jhout and furious barking of the dog aroused , .
yon During Abner hailed h -
te '
him. Wi hoot the
parley or
,.. ': hi knowing it. After gone on, Theieis bf.Her
"Crowds of hutd Progrs.Poryei-l
e ote. Tirwive'ad ."Tht yoU; Si?" 'went an' Hr and brought t..to me. door was burst open and a dozen men : '

Fresh .from thelr'iapw ? were iw .t .echange Ab?" S -.' go it "yourself, nnd see if armed with gons rushed in.,He wa taken '
tdn .Ye. you, Her fAOT .
11 i i rea much for resistance I Fifty and Pointed Paragraphs 1
too ,
$ ;: g w.ovlet *' iYes, but I don't b'leeve I kin hold I. by surprise, any .
': :'Pullingoff cape;. One night of the f spring Salt on longer." A Romance the Civil ."Yon ought'to know.I can't read Wal even had he been disposed to make any. '
UoWn muc does He had jumped to his feet at this stiitling ,
lace. What it ?
Creek say ;
'tte rose to.a height y.fet above help ye;jist hang on a bit longer." *' !aybe I hadn't now to read' irruption; but before he could niter a word A COMPLETE, SPirOKB, '_0.: HAPPKSHiaS -' .
"IiJ'Ct War. Jl
: b wete ,any point it had ever reached in the h. Josiah edged his way along to the ,it to you, for time's bst..top and I judge I his arms were seized 'from behind. and '. OF aEJtKBAL ISTKREST FW DAT'

i i mhp' tory:of the vaU j. There had I pl where Abner.was. clinging, placed .from the 'moon'that ,it's o'past midnight the muzzles of two rifles were thrust- in his ,
'; < ; "Sunlight of spring what have you seen\ week of rainy.weather, 8 that the tur' arm around him, and grasped a rake- p But thE letter makes i'clear enough tc face. I.I wrnror' '., BOKDEBS.Dr. '. "
i. -" bulent stream wu'much swollen, and on tooth firmly with each hand. me the fellow's se There's "big S rTenderWallace i Baird com- '

';-, t ''tyouamiel, JfilUons this particular l 'nigtit-there was 'a. tre.mtndous "I: doa't deserve it, Si," said Abner."I BY MAJ. JABS F. FITT8: i words in it I don't make out; 'pea to bewritten uinded. I James H'Randolph, for-a term:.of; ''.f' ; '

, : 8 t /Qayly. o wing, rainstorm.As was goin' to keep thi here rake." by a dr in Yicsbur -Hankins_ "I can't well do anything ese! ," was the years superintendent of the Flonldalnsan&'k'; ;

urur the Lane River swollen greatly No, ye wasn't, goin" "Vicksbnrg! interptes reply "Yon overpower an unarmed man asylum,' died in Tallahassee Monday,aged, '. .:'
t4 Lifted high, was Ab. that near Or. .
i. wa CHAPTER I. '
-. o t Ai't at the start cover him with guns, and '
: 4t..i';Drifted and whirled, the was no ndequat outlet for the steal it ti very night.- IUSpCIOX. leas then tell him to surrender. Certainly I ,83years.. / : :

-. "freighted with song, turbid flood swirled and rushed "N wasn't, Si. I was goin'to fill VNEB !. "To be sure it is-in II9slsippl" will. Now perhaps you'll be so kind as N.'BTaylor, S.L. Moore and W.-Fi; .

.; : I '.floating along-,' cow the Salt vCreek'Valley: : Consequently ye full o' bird shot." there!" .Wel then, talkin'any to inform.me what yon mean by this out Phillips lumber cutters were struck by.: .' t

.l : 1 happy world?" the current of the Lane was not "Wai), it. seems to be a sort .of is it?" mor about it? The felow's .secesh rage." !lightning near Suffolk r&ondayond,' ":'
,*. 4 "h only stopped but turned affair Waly. spymost; likely has old Has' money i "All in time Mister ". returned instantly killed. \ e .
: >* back, so that pardnership jist now, as we've both A.cBar. his pocket this minute. go good .
F. Bunllgbtof spring,what have you seen for some hours the river actually flowedup got consider'ble interest in,it," said .make short work of him." Baird "Hanking,you just keep your eye I The 'ninetieth annual commencement ._

:-: j t Th $you'smile so?' '-. .' stream.. Josiah, grimly. ht; let's 116'started to his feet. The strong hand on him; I reckon he's safe ,.enough, bat .' of Salem,'N. C., Female'academy.began' ', -".

"Jlatds with their lovers.,, Then.the brawling little stream, like a Rapidly they drifted over Josiah'sf8m Al. But whis of his companion pulled him dow his look kind'round ere his sometimes and sly. I'll if take hfe'g a' Monday'with the baccalaureate .sermoa .
.:; Children at play, .? person..of pasionat impulses, calmed : until they came to Salt Cr ?whose ; no telling "Of course, he's a spy, fast enough; but got arms or anything-else see we i by Rev. Dr. W.W..Moore, of Hampden-. .

,: "" ; ,Hope a o April down as quickly-as it had risen. cross-current bore them out into FIST' around hid. !ou and I would b fools tojgoohead want.aay Fall back' to that side, boys,. and i. Syndey. Va. -* :;i- '
: ., Joyaiot ; The light of morning reveavel a the main channel of the Lane. Both in the." grass 01 b1indly'in"and this business, give me room." Governor Stone,the grand commander '' '

4;c:31P .. "Winter, Igot ; strange state of affairs to Josiah. Except men were nearly exhausted, when'they two mer being, buriaud. conscipti'that's The rude mountaineers obeyed' him. all of the confederate veterans'of )1isshaippfif)

:-..'* Night I forgotten, the very sml area ot high ground were drifted into an eddy, 'whence they opposite miles from here by Governor Hams'many imps casting this raid.looks The of man's hatred character upon the coma object out of bas called grand camp and re-union of lr

'j; ; I.tbl bright day." about the his entire farm had manage to climb on a great log and each afoot and a hossback; and may he and strongly in his face at that moment. H. that organization to 'be held.on the aac "

..c- : '!" L -AUc W.. Bailey, in Il.S Bazar.She been flooded. Everything that would tber into a scrubby tree''Abner ; discov them bun themsel\ez some day, together was tall and well knit, and as he stood. end Tuesday July at Jackson.A .' ;

float wa'cied away and .stranded. on had been struck by a piece of four or them.five "Amen! W .among his captors.he -was'si bead taller: Tuesday night at Louisville. Ky.,: .,,, .

2 Great lane Abner's farm. Here was retribution in- timber when the flood caught him, and .low to the "But we, 11y. can what this chap than any of them. He was dressed in a I' in a building occupied by ..Bray .& Lan "Si

.1.: Freshet deed 1Who I now suffered great pain. Josiah held stealthily and has got up there in tel cabin. Maybehe suit that which It bad showed been by made its cut in and ome material other drum, manufacturers of jeans clothing, ". "4l

: ',' could have dreamed the him in the tree. slowly along,'India fashion, as if fearfulof ] I hain't come up here al aoe on such region thin this..*His smooth face was a caused. loss of 100000. The stock .
.1' tht night the flood roared of meeting an errand, as he we .would was completely destroyed, It is. nearly
.. .,( 1 current would set up stream : Al long past detection. The place thel striking one; it had large,regular features, : ;
,.:... : .: B1 JAI HOWARD.PS' ; back to Abner that which it had carry once I bearing uprooted trees, buildingsand was a glade or hollow on the mountainside break his neck i he was found out May. dark, expressive eyes, and was crowned covered by insurance' -.i.t

.t: ,!.'r'..;/.f from him f But there it was. various wreckage. But the two where scattered trees, thick bushes, be there's": of 'em i -and with black hair I that bad a'natural carLThe A telegram from .Monte Vista, CaL, ',,
: ten too. .
( ) 'BNER BALD WIN and and long grass gave them good opportunities guns face rather thin and bore '
walked to the men were happy in their reconciliation: was now, says: The death of General Sickles! who
: ;J ? along upper edge of concealment as they moved "Maybe there's an elephant'and two ox
< \ Josiah Glint had been marks of keen ,mental suffering. The :
of his Carm'and for'though a word on the three lions in said Hankins was military governor of Georgia and
saw thousands of his Reiher'said along. The first hail with which their there, with must have been '
$' \ good friends and man over thirty years old. i Sooth after the and ode of .
neighbors subject each that war
rails those he had they were abruptly a sneer. .
T made well colloquy opened, as they paused But it was his conduct under the trying. '
i '. :; \ from their boy. those he had taken from a a firmer frend than ever before. on discovery, was sent forth in a hoarewhspe "Look here, Burt-you take care. ,I and ominous circumstances described the three -volunteer, generals"who.:arosefrom .

I hood days. They grew up on the low knolls of b'ner-pie. neighbors rescued as were the subsequent questions ain't no coward; if it was any other time that chiefly showed him to be one who had the .rank _of private! took' place; ; $i
; : a them Becoming satisfied on their than this, you've. said enough to fightgyer. and known Wednesday. ,,
. 0 ) up together marred Josiah also saw.. Abner looking over badly chied. and thoroughly rples. ." seen something of life's dangers -
I .s1tcr. and .on his worn out with long night's watch, they crept cloRajn find trials, and who was not easily to The state execu'ive committee, 'of the '";$
',"0 I adjoining farms. There unexpected acquiitiol. Among gether for a longer conerence. Evelrthen SJPp, I dd't mea it tha way Wally; .' be thrown off thebalance, of his compos.. prohibition of Alabama met in'tt.:1
them was Josiah'e mg. they no ody a All I meant party
! own Ab great was says shock
stalk.rk By thei ure. Recovering the first of .
' ,. : I they lived, monotonous ner was contemplating of The story of the terrible havoc wonld not stand uprgh kept close was that there's nothing in the way of our surprise he now looked at his scowling Birmingham Thursday and called a state ,,
{ t, S and uneventful lives forinorethantwentyyears. welcome. wit smle by the Great Lane Freshet wrough to the dark thick path of going up there along with "the boys, captors with an expression of unconcern convention meet there July 4th next. v*.",'MV'**' >

: 1 tld bushes sat the pullin the secesh chap out, and- The object of the convention is ,to. -' :
on you
;> Then, for the first time in. almost history _of the valley, and not be. as they Rund. I which might have been assumed but provide .
; Then came a season of year, Josiah seL.foot on his neighbor'sland 1 long to this narrative. neither of the bright moon might not to know. I .l !.most admirably put bn. :for an organized movement, in .the,; .
The made motion with
speaker I
But a
j scout
-r' any or spy. rapid presidential campaign .X
"I demand to know the of all
;- etngement and walked over where Abner the two men who drifted> on the The place of meeting, to be more his hand aronnd his reck.. I meaning' ...
., Josia lve on a fine stood grinning. t stalk-rake'ever regretted experience definite, was thei lonely defile of the "Did you bring one?" he asked, this, he said. A 'Baton. Rouge,' La., dispatch, :bf. :
farm in the h sig.cnty. By common consent, Baird was the oc.4"eurred
: angle junction that a'deadlock,has.,
J come and git that rake after a on that night Clinch, Mountains, r.t least two days' spokesman of the mountaineers, and ha says '
of Salt' Creek and Lane River. Aoner's said Josiah shamefacedly.'Don't The .Baldwin and Glint children now journey from Knoxville, Tenn. I'was a ; Pete Willman's" got it." was at present too busy searching the effects .in the senatorial 'cou et.: The; :
farm was just aboye'Josiah'.s on the scene of wild and savage gadeu i "So, then, let's go back, bring up the. of the to heed his ballot for United 'State :.senator: : :
bank think ye will,I answered Ab ply together every day; their'mothers which the dwarfed a rush on him, and the thing's captive remon .
; jof the river.( Both farms were are happy in the reconciliation and figures boys mae strances..He searched through the blank. was: 'Jon'as 45; Adams; 24; .Gibson, ti
;. ":the most what is seemed out of piece. The great done. 21 19Blanchard ; J3 Bar.,. _
: part called "bot- nero"An' big eta and nothing; in the knapsack, ; Caflrey, ;; ;
why don't think I !" nowhere can be found two firmer friends like wall toward the clouds, "You back to party, quiet '
ye a go you "
} tom land and wi & and took out a book, then two more, evidently 5. No election. ,
subject to overflow geos, "
U than Abner:and sad difficult of its lower came then ,bring 'em here
'; 'Caue I: ferbid ye set fo on Josiah.-Youth's Com: steep access, you ; over justas set
my a some tea done in L
t up' a parcel
'; 7 ; "during'protracted rainy weather. land. parts clothed with straggling timber; its still. I'm going up to scout round the The bark Nevado wubeledat1SAv., ;
panion. lot
and a of writing A basket
..,p3eeide: being sometimes flooded by the Ain't that rake?" I upper heiht as seen from below, bare house; then I'll go after my party, adwe'll hung 'on a nail; it paper.contained bread was and aonah Thursday by a Brazilian firm: oa 's .fti.i:

( :,v'< .'river, Josial's farm was. inundated my Carious and and offshoots of lesser meet right here. I you get here dried meat. A change of hang- a large claim.. The Nevado. left Brazil '.
Effects clothing
: occsionaly "Wasn't them my ye jist of an Earthquake. height made along its whole course those firft, do :you wait for us." .
i; : by Salt Creek, litiItl&atream. ral th in? up was rummaged over, and a wallet in January ,with a cargo :of salt worth t-V' ;
:': I .which flowed along his southfVa same a stole la'spring Some striking features are described hidden glades and glens in one of which "Il. go long with you. and peek ItO his well filled with greenbacks appeared. $14,000. Arriving here the, 'matesold .
I put in a hull month clearin'jer by Professor John our narrative opens. It was the night of '
: therecentdestructie'earthquake
"Ddn't marking Wallace Baird discovered another candle entire for The.bark
Mine the $120.
line. a ,
r boundary Salt cargo
Creek seldom
o' August 15th, 1861. The moon; in hex "Xo, you won't. I. can't trust you.
logs out 'my cornfield!
: ;, irose.very.high, but when It' did its :. in Japan, second quarter, brightly illumined the You'd bd.sure to move (too Get bck stuok it in another knot-hole and having may be sold to satisfy the claim.A "
8 'What d'ye call themthen, au' whose by which nearly 8000 persons were killed lighted it; looked. over the contents of the
, rpId current wrought grand prospect, upon which a stranger with you, and do as I say. special of Monday.nig'ht says a cyclone ,
greater portfolio which beheld for his
: 'i # _. \ than the of muc larger but air they? and at least 41,000 houses ,were levele. might well nave razed with awe-so still. Wallace Baird was evidently a man of panions to see. It contained up a number com of ,swept .through.Bertie county,' NV : _'

, : sluggish rie. te' Abner pointed to hi oatfield, thickly, The movement of the wave i to savage, FO vast it seemeJ. ,And yet, os some authority! among the rude people of sketches of scenes in these mountains wrecking all ,the houses on ,)VileyAskew's '
'. -, ., or studded with logs drift which had and a defect of the seismographwas"noticed we are loon to learn, in the bidden re- those mountains His toce and manner so cotrect in tin thai tha farm. It leveled'the tree',"''on
TbJs river would have been des.tractive drawing "
more those dwelt showed the leader, well much of
of remote heights as ,as
: undeniably come from Josiah's wood. in its failure to record -
any. places were recognized at once. William Pritchard's Some of these
: ;; had it not in some degree thousands of human beings, men, women what he hid said to his companion. The places.
: ben thing of them but the In Baird sat down on the small box end
"dp. many fell his house and crushed it'kiUiogJ
. "!y controlled by a e on the far land and little children, enclurLg tbe vojs of latter made no further demur, but returned on .
,'14ip .:nert above Abner's.great This levee acted "Ii; 'Jow we're about'even, Ab, so places 'so. aUed' "foreign" buildings of that ominous time, and sharing its few. cautiously over the ridge of the adjacent He looked held nt the the writing on the in his open hand sheet but' one of his children instantly'and breaking

: ,# lemme have my rake and we won't brick and stone fell in heaps of ruin be. comforts and jojs. hill, while Baird crept ,up throughthe newspaper I the other's back.
such n way that the water from the Lane i say haa not yet examined) it. A transient flush rjo
nothin' about the rails I said tween'Japanese buildings yet standing. The two men who had thus come to- trees toward the cabin. I of ,
:1 i'lSf when it did cover the lands of Abner aud1ostakipread I Josiah. passed ovet th, prisoner's pale face as ha A Mobile telegram Monday says:
close A closer view of the showed it
wide I "I, guess we're nigher even as we "Cotton-mills have fallen in, while gether would hava appeared, npoa be place to saw his unfinished letter being read;butte Twenty-eight mules'of tbe Mobile Street ..,;
; over a expanse and to fair types rof the in- merely a roughly constructed shantyof
", & M with little current. stand, so ye k let the rake stay right, their tall brick chimneys have been inspection of this region, with nothing to pine boards, fifteen feet square. said nothing. Having completed the Railway Company, affected with glan '1
mOTe ve I off about half their reading, Baird looked at the and .
whar it whipped came den have been isolated and tight killed.
is. had
\, ; ; if [ will heIght particularly distinguish them, one from a shingled rcof in bad repair and '
n slight current
% i 1\ carry date ot the but at tho first of..
Huge cast-iron columns which paper sight have since taken"the disease
'r wooden i Josiah walked home without a word, unlke another. Each cared a Ions hunting two. small-glazed windows; there was no I Seven more .
$ thing its columns he uttered loud "
a Abner's exclamation. "
1 long' .
:y rail fences dstnc. in reply. Abner stood 'chuckling over chimneys are uniform i section, acting rifle, and was clad in COd homespun.. chimney and it was manifest that whoever "What's the matter Wally?* several of and will probably be killed at.; nc! It '" .

,' '. ,togeter, blog and the discomfiture of his brother.in.law.Late a piers for railway bridges, have been I Their bearded faces weie stern and forbidding at any time occupied it must'cookout the men exclaimed. .. maybe necessary to isolate all, the-well J "

' debris from hi' wer .ome' in the afternoon the Lanefed cut in two near their base.' I some.,instances ;'their hands were roughened with of doors, if he would cook at aU,- and "Bad news for us, I can'tell you! Here'sa mules, and if so traffic on the street railway -
. 'times lifted the of' that the cold months of the
it :
' by water the Lane toil. Coming close .together, they ex- during year will
these have been into of the Knoxville Citizen for last. stop. : .
1 fuller by countless creeks farther snapped. col und which could not be for The copy : .
River and set down 'on various of : up ahanged A a glance, a refuge anybody. -
: ? Abner would parts haul i crept over its banks and came' gliding pieces much'as we might snap a .carrot, answered for the bond-shake of more refined fact.was, that the place had been built in month.' Babel paper, but I hardly thinkthey'd : 'A Baltimore telegram of Tuesday.statesthat' "j
iziahJgrrni Ten and the thrown, down localities, and past for by lie as bad as this. Listen: 'JVeiM i ,Colonel Charles'' ,Marshall .who .,
Is rails back his "lenceS" I gently into the little depressions the frgment upon immediately con- years temporary occupation from Washington! Federal Army Badly
; < fields. the shigle becbe of the rivers.. tinned their conversation in whisper.. some sportsmen of Knoxville, to be usedin served on 'General .Rob rt E. Lee's staff
Beaten at Bull Run! About
; hUe Josiah would burn the debns. adjacent "Good I the hunting for few weeks of Beawegard has been"'invited
No it dark than Abner greatest appear have enough, Wally; kowel you'dbe season a to Occupy Washington during the late war. by
I But one unlucky spring, when Josiah'scorn sooner .wa been exerted efort piers to'carrying here. Whar's your men? each year.. Its. present occupant had These announcements 'were, received the U. 8.Grant post,Grand Army;of the. .
Baldwin with masonry
had armed a shotguntook his '"Jnst the rise of the hill. found it vacant and taken '
just appeared above tbe ground over lour possession. of .to deliver. anjoration
with cries of and grief."That's Republic Brooklyn ,
over rage !
'' )' the Lane stand behind a tree ,near"the pile of 'two.hudre.foot' "Back yonder in the bushes. Whar is Wallace Baird saw nothing stirring "
came over banks and wrought the that suits this fellow atth&Memorial .exerciseaat
it drift jrhere the rake lay. length eighteen hundred have that chap's den? 'I never was this about the place as he looked from the cur cows ., pay ,ji
. ', unutual harm. Not only Josiah'sfences i one of the men cried. Grant's tomb. Colonel Marshall has accepted .
danced arid gully .. tain /J trees, and cautiously approachedtill
No sooner was it dark than Josiah ben itwo, ad"then befor. The prisoner looked from to another -
removed and Abner's brought into twisted; over to Wallace ,Baird simply pointed up the he was under one of the windows. The one j, : .
: Glint his hired to follow sold of the rude faces around '
J their plc but Josiah's cornfield was telng' man considerable. m their true 1 glen. Through a curtain of .straggling furious barking of a dog inside caused torted with ,. and bent him menacinglynpon nowjdis- Advices of Thursday from New Orleans 'f

! with treetops from the him a wagon and team a soon a position.' These piers have a sectionalirea trees the roof-of a small frame buildingwas him to drop prone to the ground,where he him. An anger intimation of the truth a state that the :street car ,drivers'. strike :4.
"' I the 'moon'wa up, started 'for the scene Tisible.nil gazed at it lay perfectly still for some minutes. No- I
quantity of timber that Abner had companion of his borne onti uei.' Cars can :only be' rut1'UIJdei .
of feet and suspicion own danger, was in
twenty-six ten ,
gt by are and his out and he heard voice
of his late encounter with his neighbor. face he moonlight, body came the ofa '
; t his farm during the winter. I upon his mind. a heavy guird of.policemen., The" strik*. ,.2i
from in
Josiah intended to clear away the rub thirty t fifty feet height: Embankment Something 1 ke an oath came from between man reproving and quieting the animal., .
"I read that Account he said "and
Jt After the water had subsided Josiah I' ers are blockading the tracks removing ,
have been outward his shut teeth. Rays light shot out through the ,
or panes
bish from his rake and have it ready to spread was just os sorry bread. it as any of..youcould and .in -.humperiog .
.I w. looking about h. cornfield one brick arches have fallen be. "That ar the serent's den-a itYes. ? and the scout resolved to have a look at rails .othez1tay .
load into the when it arrived.Abner away :. I .
:, morning. Tree wagon ." the interior of the cabin. The windowwas the running of cars. 'An--effortis' being'
tops, ; big tween; their,abutments while the railway Wallace Baird looked from the I '
log chp had up ,
divined paper."What'syour
, long sections of bark Joiah's intentionandwas "Do you be sure be's thar not* more than ,six feet 'from the made to arbit&tffthe difference .betweeLthe
prepared to keep him awayeven by line itself has been bent into a series of "Most likely; the he's always" ground; by standing-: tip-toe he could name? he asked. I strikers and, companies, uf so/ [far .
covered with slime and mud "I don"t to that if
were reposing object telling .
yon yon
snakelike folds and hummocked into
the shotgun. In nights. You'd heard of him, hadn't look in. He did so.with the utmost care, little !
using will inform I amtreatecTin this ha&been'ccornpiahe&_ t
.on his newly sprouted corn. Meantime river r you, 'fore I sent word to you to bring over knowing that he took the'chance of immediate me why
Many: 'days, ,of hard labor would be the was creeping, j wave'Here and there temple has escapeddetruction you And meet us here this night?" discovery. 'But it happened that mannerJ and"what autbority'fOU have for John Coleman, of Louisville. ,,Ky.en-, ',

.needed to cut and pile up all drift trough the fields and across the wood- .Jut a ; know we lire furder the occupant cat with his back to this using me BO. ? tered 'a general creditor'."lult.Jn_ re_ .JI
thi Josiah had little trouble in partly, perhaps on accountof Itte'ou Baird took the envelope from his pocket ,
no off 'n get to us window, so that Baird was able to look at United States court at- KnorrilleThuTSd -
woodwhich burn tal'ould't ,' '
would week. in the ,At the quality of materials employed in you we'd hi: leisure. which he had shoved to Burt Hankins.The '
making hi way darkne. 10800n. head you folkssuspioioned. to have a receiver appointettfor-tbe ..
Much of his had colored
44 te its construction also in consequenceof .him and we The interior of the cabin hardly prisoner again npon seeinJltbut i
last, there was but depression was quite ready was controlled himself with effort. Morriato and Cumberland Gap railroad.. *
'1' fct'i the neighborho would I between' and. the .rake, he the multiplicity of joint which come to come at the word. Does be stay thaI more inviting than.the outside. It bed a Charles an Coleman was a subcontrnctorunderAflIson ."' '
'Cartau Bmedley,Yicksburg.
: 4 ; And of Abner'sie'fences alone?" rough board, floor tljere ofa .
were no signs
between the roof and col. ;
supporting Cov construction
found that hollow filled with water, Mississippi he heard .read. Ms that Shafef & jn
much of would be "Yes. bed save some,blankets in''a ,corner '
into Josa corn and sat down to await the coming of umns. .At these Joints there ha- en,a "What doin'?" there was-no furniture except two pine; your name? Is that where you -used to the road,",which runs from Morristowa. in:..

: trampled ground. the wagon. basket-like yielding,' and the interstice "Walkin':round, sometimes all day up boxes of unequal size-upon one of which live?" Hamblen county; to Corryton; in Graingercounty : 4k
:. .wonder Josiah was out of sorts. of the roof has'not thereforeactcd with The other hesitated. '"I will answer ; Coleman' 'claim" .amounts .to. 6. r'
t the mountains and thionph the gullies, the inmate sat,using tbe other for a table.A :; .
he waited there in the
:" ,be had been left ,to himself all Long darkness its whole force in tnding'.rupture its with a Email dog at his heels. Ha. ben large portfolio rtood against the side of Iboso questions" he said when. :YOU 119,790.90." -. : ,i

\i'.J might hive been w.el. and I should have no sound audible save the roar of the supports." Monthly. seen siHin' on a rock with big white paper the apartment, and two .or three articlesof ir.6\t"Ol"-mine., :of"Tueiday'' '

;: I had no story to But a Josiah river at a distance; and the lapping' oa his knees, working with. pencil 01 dress were hung from nails. 'His knapsack [,TO .1z COnt1JV>'.J .AHemphlsdlspat.cb is ssys, of: ?$;P
: ,4" ; gloomily viewing his prop.i the water a it rose higher and higher. something." was at the man's feet,where his litt'e: Crenlscot county-Missouri,' a ; ,.Af
Abner fode The moon was just casting her first faint Cure of Snake Bites.It 'Ho!-.making pictures of the country?* dog crouched, continuing an uneasy'growh SuperstIthft1TJtiT Babies.A desolation. Three-fourths,of,the county r ris :. .
came across
.e feld. "Seems like it. ', A.. lighted candle on the large box was' now; underwater. and ssl tanc8ris .
,: \ 'Momi'Si." beam the land, when, above'th seems likely,tht'by the'time all the "Cue him!1" growled Burt Hankins. stuck in a knot-hole; there was a pocket- daughter born during the waxen, urgently,needed at several points'iate, "

; ""frI. \ grunted. sounds of the rushing current and of the venomous' snake killed of the 'Sh! the other aed"You mustn't.pea inkstand near it, and some paper, traced 'moon ii always precocious. ,between Rfelfoot:Lakeanc Para ij-

t." .? uTmg looks kind o' bad, don't nearer water which had risen almost to face of the'earth science will discovered 0 loud work.": with a few lines of writing. The man's Garlic. saiL. bread and steak"are gould on the Arkansas side-.:Three families ..,"

.It. I ,. his feet, Josiah heard something of d' a means of neutralizing the effect W01't; but it's hard work to hold in. right hand, fallen to. his side held A pen; first'put.. in the cradle of a new-born' have been'drowned.'- :It is estimated

ty said! nothing. still more alarming nature. A continuous of their poison. But, in the mean time, How long's he been'round here?" his left supported bi!' hea 1Baird' child in Holland. that 800 horses and moles and 2OObes&;;J/A

\\ 'I' "How:soon kin .I come an' get my crashing a of splintering timbers i every remedy that does ti even partially 'Boat a friends month,he right don't here.'pear' He to don'tmae want quietly reached a surveyed conclusion.the, scene, and swiftly. A pair of tongs or knife put in the of cattle have,been drowned :sa&th.t'43
any ; cradle will the ebh'1tlother
,\ rails!". came from 1 point up the Lane River. means saving of, life.. A child any of us. Ef he meets anyone' "Writin', letters to the d--d rebels!' 'satisfy 700.000 ,acres oLcultIate&far"arr" 1
knife is'
: '2 : "Dont k a ye"1 get- 'em at all," Blent with this was a loud roaring, who was bitten in Queensland by a1[ I t his wanderin 'round be will say,'Good- he thought' '. 'as to her chilli's in safety.of under water. between Memphis tad,_Calro, _- .. ,
1 also used parts. England.. .. v.
'r 4, said .. which grew momentarily louder and "death adder" has just been saved from ori'or such; but he don't talk, an And be wisely withdrew. '
,In lower the birth ot BROTHERHOOD ENGINEERS..
a :
Brittany, on. OF
:; "I thought them came on.What.. death by administration of strychnia.The stop give' any one a chance to askquestioLl. CHAPTER IL .
w mile over yandfcr ." child, neighboring-women at once take oM_
';1. Abner pointed to a mass of rails could it be? Josiah rose from child on being bitten .was taken t "Know whar he come from?-- 'man:TACaSOACEWITEDZATLThe in the cabin dozed and nodde'l it in charge,;wash it, crack its joints Adjourn.After:*TwoWeeks: *-,Se ;.:.t

. :" .and cornstalks which were undeniably the ground and peered anxiously in the the nearest house te'end..of the finger "I don'tmow, but I saspect.:" as he sat, lapsing from troubled thought and rub its head with oil to "solder:its A.tluta-ChIef..uUauB Elee 11 ..

", his. .I direction of thesounds': Luder and in which the fangs ank had been ,"Whar would it be?" into equally troubled dreams,out of which cranium bones." '

"Ain't them yourn, too, then, an' i louder, nearer and nearer,, fastened was rmove stump being Wallace Baird took from his pocket be would start, look about him, and utter In modern Greece 'the mother,. before fter"a-twowe ka'coirWenc.ln !it .

them,: an' them!" Josiah pointed incomprehensible 1 Surely thr.t was a' sucked and wt ammonf;,and white envelope, considerably soiledfrom an impatient exclamation., Once, as he putting'the child in. ita cradle ta the Brotherhood of LoeomotI aEbkl
'In being carried in that not over-clean receptacle law the writing before him, he broke orti ears of the United States adjourned Of e
4T he heard. ligatures being applied.to turns three, times around before 'the
:: :eloquently to the logs and falling tree ar. -kW
mud.coate almost end held it triumphantly up to trie into a soliloquy that showed, his nneom.ortabla day Much, 1mprtntwcrlook1nfto'
h the child, coma her
P4treetops. while
Another and another fell each nearer fire singing favoritsongto
u 'a
t of hs! ompanion: frame order .
eyes of mind. the Interest the .lraD&Cted'f: 1
.S .. j.;'z ;: "B'leeh tbev, airSi, mo" of 'erm"f' than the last I Just then the moon came te, the body and "extremities cold,. "You know whar I live," he &Id. "down ;r -Why,-what folly! I.'writa: letters U ward away evil spirits- The attending 'det gate..ttogetb, :;with- ;

; .:_;- ''Wa when ye. take thee'i t one of boldly into view, and disclosed to Josiaha pup dilated.and innitv to light there below. Yesterday that chap' ."her,just as though there was any mail for A small bit of red ribbon is all the the member*;.of j the LadIe&"lAUfliary"' .

: ,.'em ef o my corn talk about' let. I line of white foam racing madly( toward pulse rapidand irregular. The come ,a'back ths way past my place,' them to go in; tnst as though there was Roumanian infant requires to secure it were royally entertained by the.locsVcommittees ;
tin* take them we"l him Abner's oatfield. child was then wrapped hot fnnel. with a ad a bundle on his I ack; any United States to send a m i1. write. from'harm.while the Esthonian mother ': "
you across dciUzens4ofLtauts-and| Afl'
rl t. heat the limbs, I'T heard'em called ktpsack. I don't ,to her, telling her'all about ,my feelings, ,attaches a bit of asafetida to the child'. a {
Abn r Then the truth was plain t ,
wa apple themselves as mucb pleased ;
wa nstonishe. Deming. administered know where he'd Dver seen h 'and the hopeless situation I am in; all of neck. expressed ; ;
v "I don't lpi' ye clear off that great levee had broken,' the lquor'stcbi were go, and likely he went at night, a which she knows already-Just as well ass Vosges peasants, children the many courtesies extended,them: > t
i : mew; Si, ef ye ask But I'd ,like to coming down like a low wall'moving at ad a strong so bfor but I believe he'd. been to KuoxBnrt thousand more- tailings could 'make it at have their, :'At th..luday'i.euionocer'were, "

.. come"In to-morrcr or nex' .day an' git ah was caught< .in.thej faradaio current applied t the nape of ] ,known to her; and than I burn up the Utters born new moon' than others'whilo.these tongues'better elected"and installed.'Qrand Chief Arthurwho'has ; rik
spoand'.Jo r the neck and along the spine. Fifteen Hankins uttered a under I shall burn this when I have hung
) gowl. as one :' been at the h ad ot'bother. : *_ f h
,"' II rs" later. anotherfour, minims of m..brath. that might .in haT finished it, and try to sleep when there is born at the last quarter- have' ..lesstongue" I hood for' re-elected* '
/ "! .. : ye sttin' foot on my land He stood for a' few moments without miut mistaken for that of a wild beat. hardly such a thing':aa 'sleep or rest >for : but reason better. ,, eighteen."yesrsws ;
< -iagn':: !" shouted Josiah. power to fly or-even to take his eye from liquor strychnia were injected, and ben by -1" he muted. .me. How much.longer shall I remain in The Turks load the child with'amulets for a term of four years.siAV: -p.: T ouage''.i'!$
1l egottr.
; : ye 10 "roln' fer ye my that wide'cresfof water charging down almost immediately ,a change .began.t tightly' luicio' Lim- go to these savage wilds,roaming about among .as Boon 'as it is born,:and a-smfill sot'wuje-eected'! .JttaDr'gra d':::cb1er-

\cn, cornfield I'll au'.e the upon him. Next instant,he'was whirled manifest itself i all the symptoms., .10 a' to rome home again these boors? What is to be the end of it bit of mud,well steeped ,a'jar of engineer for jtw otye; rf I'vrhe neveatiod t. con ?& :

,. good along 'th bt. "' away by the torrent, scarcely able to keep a short the child recoveredconsciousness aor you couldn'twe'd have some of. Ishu all? 0, the torment,of.this suspense win hot water,. prepared .by 'previous :..will. b* beld&i: 1-:18 J

trh. and)improved so rapidly! ttafiipeopitt after us,'and be" lucky : kiIl me. BiennIaI'netions,win'be-vheld:;;,her.'S 4
: t. -Til sue ye then!I" said Abner his heal above the water. Soon he managed charms, is stuck on its.forehead.- .; '
that .the'.next, 'she wasapparentlywell we didnt, no'choice but to go to ,HerOse"end paced the room; bufcouldnot The '.Swedishiothier! book after;instead;o annnal-nieetinstt;.;;ID
f agrilfv. to a solid timber and' 'steady dy i JTe' put's .a
grasp brain. A
But this quiet throbbing news- vitatlons have beenextenJId to thcbh )
i' :5' ,"Sueiti'be' himself look around.Josiahhad ,. and _the wore for erdAru lorjoi; ay. ", : nnderthe head>f. the "new-born, inCant'ha
.: hanged: I'll sue, ye (e enough't besot and come in peace, it seems.I paper lying on the .blankets caught) rbood to 1ioldttnext 1aernitiona1vention
'.: dam fet lettin' jer trash in .here,#an' already drifted considerably experience except the ,don't say i.for sure," cntue tea eye he picked it up and for perhaps the ) '.it I may.be.quick at reading'andjputs :. InClumbusO.4grand
' '. It is stated that hypodermicinjection time 'in:less"than'forty-eight into the first bath,to
: terrumii mycornif after behind the crest of the wave, and wai "but my'guesa twentieth'. : money .guarantee : 1dsXECh.
ye come; in. 1110 '
of"1 has been adopted hours he read over a column double-. its ; -ts
i, k' ,; 'r.n. DOw across his own strychnia:. proof .ht.1 suspicion, when possessioiinthOfUtt17e
' beinfcrerapidly' with almost How- leaded news, prefaced by displayed head I, / .! :?- *
similar into "
cases ; ?
in ,_ we once get up ; rAt.Uiemuseumt
\, ;;,;" ne nt,)bring suit as.he had farm, y. bruh, logs, cornf 'my'' it is that be,- dn ter. ; lines.. '. -' : VTjy'dOtyoTistareat Schenectady sjrf Gmndapida'j e '
and o regardedby aye may passed my
ttcnc. for he siw that stalks, and rails and unaryingsuecess, a t JD. threw down,the :'It mayend' be,the -favorite cities: Tbe intet1"
: the 'eipense h Aner. I says to 'Do you fol-, : He paper. tho ossified : soB b i?* *I
', ; the?, medical profession .a mot plac. J11a.Da ,
c outweigh '. b.,profits. He made. But to wht'wi Joih .for seen our- that way;it Way end that way soon.And, 'he 'received ar'icoomid b'jett.r ,fro"
Wand believe ,it ialuabl remedy for the noCieJc. h ig.a 101. if I'raiMno hand for"it I CAD..Ix'lVer.u 'wa% thinking how>iinanyvlratt6ns) .' -and
the cities
I rebuilt his fences. support hardly ,. deY.p self, ad i hedoes'snyththgcunlot& -' .? :the mayors of, mpccti v
:W d uLke when he dies. "VTire
JO. "built his'own f but'it'was biz_stlk-rk.tbe rery..thinghe ,, uiakesv" I' '- In a .Dan was back;said h'd.da.h .her' again-never see J1 hi/agaIn,head i"' ,-: :- '' : ,.: governors of the sereral**t"-4
c-lrom'the He was s'tting cow, proppea'Gponhis r r '
sot downunder '
,.' nis brought down fronf.Abner's farm,' :;had gne t bring away .Still more; '.ft ., t ont he of hiipocket; ; a t/ ? hand; and aJmod'unenn, : ion't1y : human,mind i 'gem tint'It issometiuiea.murli i 4z.Onej oowm.ndstiofl- buywWoa. .

v 'ifc thow. .aat man clinging \If en"of .courage, men'. .of ens-an4 : impaired braW eat-'!: :fn d&fL
; whJch-wmained of th.waa_ msid 'of it four or five times,and then sot he repeateJiagain d again those dreary f either' t isi'ttBeyfeoaJ

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ELEGJAPH. VEveyy chap in 3oeton has been running I
The peopled Ifl'd Ulths to the
pufly ja
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for said
a pedigree lately, a good V
f -; --- : hojiflpjj) />f JIB national conyeutlou ID OnijUi : V _
: -PIRLTHED WEEXLy4T I natured son of the Emerald Isle yesterday -

:c ihe Jjict thaUiw! hotel V men j jf ,at the .North, End mission, "and

; : ,_1.D.WBR. .. ( th&t'towit wiyo tome o* thom fellers np there on Bacon's cu t6K

; ; : Editor and- Putoilsher; rtiut V$5 to $3 per I1V. If the passes of -\pm,>s have been:patting their names GENER MERCHANDISE

w k $ A TE.JX. the pa>jty:>!hotfI4ijewcr' find( 4;bal that its 1 in the poor JJundredlately: ought to be 9! _

V. V : 2 atliri.wcl4riUHy of' payingsucbprlces Ja ashamed of theirsejves for trying to de-

V save people. Snre,one of them that
:aJ,4.rd1ANordJI, i.ia:.f C45rea.a '* llitl for-.ilirir dailj* bread nothing on J a strutting about with his eyeglass came goes DRY GOQP8,

: At Pitt 0/ke. tilarkf. Flu., *xtd eat t jipiulit; M.-\VC I iieth.-DeLand News.VLiUitUf .
; fJlkMautrr |from jujst the same stock as moaelf and
: has nearly blinded his two eyes looking NOTIONS,
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liiowls jbe republicans arejj
V for his name in tbe book of martyrs.

: :: I' .18 <$, go to pros a.1tices1t jor;auzJig! i'arjous iMxtmlets for many and "His grandfather and mine jcame over V BOOTS,

Furious ca'ndidatcs for- the presidential from the ould country in the ship Marianne AiIG.
.i'fiDTn Tampa raadj a Lo
; 4ujuitiition.( Lv rnatti of jdcmo.cnv.ts from about fifty years ago, wid the same SHOES and

V all the sinlt* Svitli oufi accord pronounce intention of making a home.

JUDGEUTcz1ELLvag for ri'ri'r Ciwel] ind.-Nashville Amer cBegorrathere was no aristocracy on

i, : ican. board the Marianne, for he washed the POWDER GROCERIES V
lf | V dishes and me grandfather did 'chores .i
'nominaltnl for goverjior early around the vessel. Absolutely Pure

his uIoI.V: tyoive in flyr nc t. TJ.if Mrtl jwu* showed no strength in "AnJ yc should see them now. Know Starr, -. Fla.
the North A Highest of
Carollu.i of
dcmocmlic convention. craam tarter baking powder
me? Faith, if there wasn't anybody else ill in learje&ins sjreo'glh.-ffOtent U S Government

Four Straight democracy was the rule, J in the city to know they wouldn't food Report.RoY.il. THE TRAVELERS HOTEL j\u
woinep were shot and killed and it.will nlwiiys be Jhe rulp %vhcre pooi i know Tim poli rty. BAKUJO rowDEB Co.. 1SS Wall St., N. Y.
'- t> an iinVnon} assassin in Dennmon
y pie nre not | talsc doc'rines. 'fit's'nothing but the ancientness of
by j I. O. U. F.-Regular
;.1'exas.; 1.ejvieri 1 1 and S o'clock on Slautfaid. j jPioplc their families you hear of those days. 7 meeting every Tuesday

V rTttwday: tiighi! "Tiion U tftwej J* no But we'll all be dead some time and night in brothers their hall.cordially Transient JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

"appar.ppt. poiicectipn Uelw/ecn/ the who luiy none but American then tlio families of all cf us will be -" inTiied. J. O. H VYSES. .

liven of the four, it is sta.ei1 that nutrrinb and products don't pay a cent ancient enough to put in the Four VV P.J.PIE;:D.'. Sec. (

all were jarcntly.] mnrdered by tlmiamp of Hundred."-Boston Herald. AMERICAN ANP SfJROPBAh PLAN. 0 '
V the tariff into! the United States Ireustiry Bradford Lodge, No 42F. fr A- M.AMeet .
aiwssin; \ho is still at I'rpp, for the support of the government Thursday night before the third
M bough boing Knntetl for H.v.blood Wrad4 Worth More TUn the OriginaL in each month.- Not the Largest Jut tb0 IJest
lid you trt.r think of thai? They p"y The art frauds that have taken shape WM: T. JIALPHDRS. W.M
hounds. Nat nrall excitement Hotel in the City
great the equivalent of the duty directly into and substance, which remain to incum- WAixSTonZlec. ,
prevail i in Der.imou.
the pockets of manufacturers. No wonder box the world as false coin ever circulating COMER L. PEEKATTOHNEYATI.A.W

VV V they uldehfind themselves from hand to hand, are of all times and NOTAU* A NEW UHICK HOTEL supplied
>Ir. 'trriJievyawca1tby Hoibrcw growing -end- with electric bells, ra8. e.ectnc tire alarms,
and The of fraud
periods. archaeology
citizen of' Va. into niiijionnircc) and fight democrats -best beds iouaES
Pc-terRbijrg, is even has become a science: some of the Fire insurance. fire escapes night watchman, L W
C lisril 1 f<> llicm from reforming the Ubie. genii sorvioe.ionvenieiit .
the ijwncr of tjje Urge and handsome prevent overt and acknowledged frauds them Represents LIVERPOOL* LONDON & GLOBE money can buy, good ,
clock that hung in the chamber of tHriff; Only those who prefer to buy forfign PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH locution street curs from all
selves have attained the status of
precious SECURITY, and HAKTFOKD Firo Insurance depots. The only hotel that is open every
VJoffprnon? Ia'iw1ile he was president ;proliucis and materials pay directly and poreted works, more.valuable Companies. Choice lots of Land in town and winter and summer.ui'iiTOX. Witkovski Building, STARKE, FLA;

of the confedci-aic states. At to I he support of I!hu government at. the in the strange gyrations in the wheel of county STARKE for sle. FLORIDA K. BAnns,

the yjucyation, Of Richmond this cualoiu I.ousc9.Vhich! ; lo you think tIme than the originals' they simulated. jnelSt -c apl Proprietor.

ploclc va ponfi.sc.ited liy a utioupolJicr | make the m 1t t.! Qnay pyt; pf a fgh! tariff, Michael Angelo's marble Cupid for in PAPER LIKE ITI!
and Bod) to a party |n liichjnpnd. tlie mnnuructurfrs of the government Stance, which he made in secret, broke TRUBY9 STERNBUIW & eoipfVV

Not long ago Mr. Levy heard Fiorhtljau. and mutilated,buried in vineyard, and STAKE DRUG COMP'Y, MHouse Home"V
V dug up again himself,all for the express &
pf the clock,.lean K-4 that itsliistory ,
in" certain
"taking a cardinal, collector
aathentio anil The four southern slate? whose convention _
Ihvvill '
iras bought it. *
of antique marbles and cpntemner of / Hone PAPER FOR HOME PEOPLE.!
V tend it to the world's fair tp he bive closed will cast 90 votes in the modern art, is a case* iu point. If this PROFUSELY iLLUfiTRATEDI '

placed with Virginia' ixbhit. Chicago convention. and they will be particular Cupid could now be identified PUBLISHED-_ MONTHLY-' ..' Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

found uluiort a unit m the lust devolop-) would probably be worth more than ,-l-- !

4 When the people losp confidence inents of democrntic sentiment. Personal the most beautiful genuine antique work DEPARTMENTS.HOOM -

in the reliability of the news pul>- pmlilrclions will l be subordinate to bar of its; kind which Italian soil still enshrouds. Vj $ .. ReadIng A splendid serial 'Anty." General! Merchandise
V by TohnStrang*winter author of"Boot1 -
!lisbo4 in a paper the days of. that mnriy) iml the weight advantages to accrue .-Nineteenth Century. Baby."illustrated by Henry UcCarter. -: ,

paper are numbered.) To tell the to tIc! whole democracy of tile ]Juion Short stories, sketches,etc. _
Meat and Water Diet Glrei Strength. I ta UM H ne,conducted by Marion Douglas.
iruth jnst ap it is is the only way to by the united conservative action of all Home PUas and Building a Designs for: STE _
Sir Francis Head tried the diet of the
prQper.y|} and. ponfideiice.; If the) who 'jold the success of the party higher cottages each month, showing exteriors
Pampas Indiana, which consists of the StVarkc, floor plans and interior sketches anJdetads : -
fates are ag.iiiist yo tell it just the than honoring n partisan with ah empty flesh of mares, for these savages eat accompanied by description frmppvip StapleandFancy'

earae a' if they iere for yot|. Topolor nomination. 'Thp platform must be in neither bread, fruit nor vegetables. He DEALERS IN Homo Workshop, pesigns for amateurs,: *; ]
and garble to suit a ttano FuraUhlB and Decorating.V\Con.tnbutiona ? Ay conceivable article
purpose liixrmcpyxl\\!\ the wishes of the majority Wye: from a corps of able writerson

>Ttl} evpqtuaUy bring shame and dis- of the 'democratic states, and the stand After I had been riding three or four DKUGS, these subjects, that are interesting Any kind of Provender

V vgrace for oqntr or later the public ard-bearer must IMS u man fully in accord months,and had lived on beef and water, and helpful. 4 4Lcwn I Feed Hay
Utoct Fashion Mrs. M. X Sstey.
,by I
will learn, of the deception and !iieyprRelievo with Commprcial.. I found myself in a condition which I can JIEDICINESnadT01L12T aad Garden.. Full of timely matten. for Live Stock,

any utterance frqm the same only describe by saying that I felt that no Special Contributions. "The House Doc

V exertion could kill me although I ARTIClES, tor,", W. Wylie. ett, "Scrap
itourcoTho aftt1yrd.(. by Jean
"Well. I don't know sll
that but.I Goods
abpul stantly arrived BO completely exhausted Basket," 'fluerie* and Answer" Dry Millinery

confessions of Deeming that know this* much. responded a sensible that I could not speak; yet a few hours Sl1EOTVhiFS; ,TRUSSES, etc. ,
$t. |>er Year, lOcaCopyAUN.wsdsslsnsJhiLa
had been cornered
farmerwho. and sleep upon my saddle on the ground always And Goods all styles mei 'ad
pontinne to at intervals although ) : i'nrnUUiog ptiSp
appear Preecriptiois prepared rl all hours day
\ bored itb.l two hours i y a third party completely restored me that for 14MOflthSTI ClotMnsc:
murderer is Und tend I nu-h25
( advocate telling him what br.d V or liight. ,pcc5a Cull and satisfy Yourself.Hardware ) .
congress a week I could daily be upon my horse Subscription .
to ghoxv that he went about his -
not done, \yhat it should do and what U I[ before sunrise, could ride till two or A KlHion and llall. Send Postal Nota to
butcheries in cool and Far Builders. Mis
l'hosph i.ftMU
a calculating would do when |the third party gets into three hours after sunset,and have really The above is estimated to l Lme the amount ou & ao Phila4e1pbLaP i -*_. _i
manner. A few days hefore his due heirs to unclaimed estates in :
tired ten or twelve horses a day. This .
V power "I know when we usi-d to plant I I'IICib Wlk*; limit liCltl.tcllltUCK- also Stoves, Ranges. Cooking UUisUs, ait
death in relating to a jail rilim! the will explain the immense distances which ingland. Ireland. Scotland \\'atlea, Germany .)I l P1* acbes. nrulxia. wantj-, profuse and

details of the murder of Kmily wheat, oatF. corn, potatoes, goohcr, c*ne people in South America are said to ride, and Franco. The heirs sic supposed painful menstruations disorder/-, and da.place- To suit pny taste and any pocket.
and be ia the United descend- meats of tl e womb ant sexual orga us, barrenness
Rpirklcd enough to make our o chiefly States
Mather, he said he killed her with peas which I am confident could only be done leiicorrhooa, should RrnJ \VOMAXS Furniture V

an ornamental battle$ during a biscuit syrup bread bacon, butter and on beef and water.To ait:. of You people who whocnssstd read this time are ocean earnestlyrequested earsago. HOOK OK LIFE (sealed), free with particuUirs kinds of other House Furnuhinf Qoodi;
for homo cure. No CURS NO PAY. Scientific
V quarrel and then carried the body milk nt home and! have some to sell, we fo rresp"nfi with the uudiriigned qiialitluations.Dnlimitecl experience careful diajctioaUitnii -

into the yard and cutting the throat never thought; nbout congress aud iu my Cut c.Ias. With Shear if your people came from across honest rejiresenttttious ore the som-ls
of oirueces. Atiriret. C. W. 1'ARKER D.,
>led the corpse in order that dccomlosition opinion if v'r ever get any cf this relief A 4 sheet of glass-a window pane for he eta. Ker.icialtcr that a letter to this 540 N. Cherry street,NashviIi.Tenn.lEFOIjIIT1ES PRICES
; example-can be cut as easily as a sheet country requires u live cent stamp. BeuI.c BEST GOODS EST
niigpt be delayed. Only a y )i I U1U about we will get it like we did
of cardboard. The secret consists in to write your name und)addn-sis plainy. V

jrofessipual butcher wq'i' h4yeV thin. And let me tell you, my friend, keeping the glass, the shears and the Also send 25 cents lo pay for postage Crocs eyos. hare lip, curvature of the spine

log'e suc an aci.fhe V when we go iictu the good old wny of hands under water during the operation. and cortrspondunce. charge nothing club feet Lip Joint disease and all deformities of

V making a Hying at Ijome we won't cure a The glass can be cut in straight or ('or tnvestigHting WILLIAM LORD MOORE: the- hands arms legs and feet, radically cured.DUQxurintut .
V, J"nlij4iJ!! ) n- Superflons hair wine marks.M'olPs. etc., paiiilesslv FOB YOUR STYLISH A I TURNOUT ; V
V election of a i-cpuhlicnn prcitJuut don England. inchllSm and Lterfectly removed. Send for valuable
j Ex. This is because the water deadens the treatise on the*.bov C. \f VA RKER. M. D..
this fatj among the possibUitit vibrations of the shears and the glass.If V Sheriffs Sale. 340 N.Cherry street,Nashville Teun.

-- ot probabilitira, pleas p tot; It i1epMb1inS. aljiiinpee and third parties the least part of the shears comes out an j by virtue of an execution dated flflW1meuan.i women suStei-- SADDLE HORSES'

lays: "What; tbu rcpubljc) ;n party have no; dune so much to disintegrate of the water the vibration will be UNDER 30th, 1C02, issued out of ike circuit UUflL1I LJUlElling fyoni any form of
sufficient to the the .court in amid for the4h judicial circuit in and for CHRONIC DISEASE, can secure a valuable
i is uoqiinatu mar success of.
wants not jncrtfy 10 a t'ae democratic party in Florida as have Bradford count in a certain cause therein pen:! work on their affliction (sealed) free and For Ladies' and Gentlemen'sTEAMING
vaiididatc for experiment.-L'lllustration. ing whet in W. H. Chew and Frank L.Chew,
V president n Miqncapplis ) the "rule or ruin" in Jacksonville learn bow they can bs cured at home by writing
ring merchants utid partners doing bifsineaa under
DB. PARKER& CO.. 3JO N. Cherry street Kash-,
,r but noimnatw him In isucli n thiough Ihe T'mes-Uuiou.! The rcpubicnns. A Candid Reply. the firm name of Chew Brothers,were plaiutiffs. viUe.Tenn. liettor write to-day.delayt are angeroun. axul
his and A.B. Uoscnbcrger and S. P. Shirley, late PloasoftUte trouble and how long
nialcp your
way as Ip jjlet jion possi* it is well known have b-.iscd nil "Now Le honest," said the second partners i n the banking business under the firm afflicted. H9
ble.w tf..thp nptninatiup iadc inV name of RoBenberjjer & Shirley, defend % .
is i heir hopes on that the solid democracy party to a horse deal, as he slipped the were OF ANY KIND GQVVG
V V ants,I have levied upon and will sell in front of ,
certain way, ih '1 cton ? "pps- i2VUJC; suulU is going tq pk-cca on the effort halter on his exchange. "Is the animal the court house door in the town of Stare io LUMBER NOTIC

; V fiiblo"; if in xny oiMer'way it In not worth carrying hon e?" said county of Bradford,to the highest bidder,on
V i of such ring organs aa the TimcsL'nioa. *" The First Monday in Jnl.r, A. P.W92, J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Stables.
possible, according lq tliu) belief of "No, replied the former owner frankly the same being the 4th day of raid month dnr
: Kvi-lunately the effort has failed ing the legal tours of sale that Mi the To the of Slarkc and
V4V |ins hnjh-cla.s rt'ptiblipan "he ain't, but he's worth li-t ling on day people vicinity; V
organ."Af'cr lUii$ Btute.-'1 Tribune. right,title end interest-the Mime being a two- This is IH that I have closed DYt
f tftc convKiition Uio rcsnv iii Vifl utppa home, if you're going iu that direction." thirds undivided interest-of slid A. R. Koscnbergerand notify you Fine Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drirera.

.. : probably ny fIt) thn nomination Speaking <>t Senator Call leaving his -Kate Field's Washington.America' situated in the S. county P. Shirley of Bradford in the following state of lands Flor the I saw shall and have planm in the mill yunl for at UILsummer.the mill n. Animals and Vehicles for any kind of Hauling.iOOI J

: rntiq l the "possible*' man tier. seat in tlie senate to dabble in county pol- Seven Wonder northwest ida,described quarter as follows of sojithvrest: The west quarter half of and the few llinuuml feel of rough lumber also ( ) S"l'ABLINGA1) FEEl) FOR YOUR HOBSfiS.CHARGES. L9]!
of choice
quite u large quantity novelty
The wonders of America west half of southwest quarter of southwest
,|uhn J a coll A lor, 1s Uftt >u very uicnl poiitebU! the Si; Francis facts says: seven are quarter portion eigfct;and northeast quarter and siding flooring ceiling n.irl surf.tcvd him- PROMPT ATTENDANCE.
I> n't classed as follows: Niagara falls, Yellowstone north half of northwest quarter, and east hall bar which will I Iio left chnrjrc of
d ; tjiis!! nifhcr) humilitnliDj? And k.eeii tn .Mr. OPPOSITE HOITT'S CUBUGE STARKE.F1LFLORIDA
,> health and hu'ujipi likely STABLES FACTORY
go % in'property park, Mammoth cave, the Can of southeast quarter northwest quarter, and Lawrence aI1. of Slirkc, fur sale.! Anyone ,
; not y tliKl our United Slutefc west half of southeast and hat'
niuci ) I1)pe8| senator quarter east of
V ti') ; st'ornun yons and Garden of the Gods, Colorado; northeast quarter of southwest quarter and in vrant of lumber may find u to his
?;? except U-tit accumulate, is lowering the dignity of his position the giant trees, California; the natural south half of southwest quarter section eighteen inUrtsl to call on Mm.
? How will such all in township seen south,of range twenty-two CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY
a proceeding iirike
V an his father- did X
Jaxvyors can tell what tin: ampunt. offitatt the othi-r BCJulorsnt Wa&hingloii? Where ley. acres,more or lets; a1o nil the right, title-am FLORIDA TRUNK LINE. SHORT )1VV}
Slarke Fla.
April 2?. 1892. Agt.
interest the half unnjvidcd
same being a Inter-
y which) he has couic intq wil| is Mr. Call* will! be the quustion whe?i the During the last three months of the eat-of A. R.Rosenberger and R. P. Shirley iu .nil 3m To all points ia South Middle and West Florida, SlobUe, New Orleans f nd the Sovthwiu ,

;* In*; It-w nut far hpvvever frgtn senate convenes daily at the nation's cap- tbthe folio wing lands situated in tho count of .Direct. connections to all points North eHt aixlXortbeast. Elexont new coach**.
'- 1891 over 3,000,000 pounds of silver Soiantifio American
VV year Bradford and state of Florida described follows Route from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of V eiper.l
V- .. *JCTUOO.OOO, and even figuring ;the llol. Hu i is down in Yolusia county to lead qre were sent into this country from : Ten acres in the southwest corner of the Agency forSAVEAT8 via Monticrllo and Tl'OmasTlllo.- '

net incDOiu at 4 per cent that would !look after( the inten of H leg'&lative can the state of Senora, Mexico. "outhpftst quarter of the southeast quarter of; VV V .71KI1! CKD In effect Mch 14, 189g.. V! V
section twenty-nine sis
V township of ,
a ;uUTHKRN 1)1V'N.I 8 i 4 10 I 2 # ETEirL1V'N II
: give hinr a yearly inconic of f 3,000- i didate. The senator realizes that auuther range twenty-twaeast lew one acre in the north
Better than a $1 bottle of Blood east corner in the formal a rectangle bounded 5 5J p 10 10 a L.T Kemandma Ar 300p 9 45 a 8 im p 7( )a L aeksonvkIliTAr 8 I9LT
'' l PUO.V() :., Unlew) he changes his manner election will take place iu Floiida some Purifier.Dr. on the east and west sides by lines of 285 feet eOplfl5aLv Callahan Ar I4p 7 SO a lOCOp 7IWaLT12Ha Baldwin 7COptllLT
pf life .(aok Astor time in lliu future and on the north and south sides by lines of 900plll3aLv900plPSpLv Jacksonville Ar1 53 p SIlOs 845aAr)35a ke City I8pVta
V greatly and he is diajradu W. II. Evans, the leading druggist
young V already ::5S 84 100 feet, and so leaving a net area of nine Baldwin Lv lO>a 8>laMarKe 9 33 a AT LiveOak LT 540p $0
V will spend each year less than oneof his potition by leaving his seat of Sanford, Florida, says: -I always acres, more or less. Terms 7i.u. purchasers U17p I 17pArI283p LvlliTa 4 81 a V aArnwannee 8gaLv "
V fool stn in recommending St. Patrick'. paytngfor title. V 2S3pAr hawthorne L.v 10 4H tt 3 J3 a 5 10 a 10 SiaAr Madron Lv 4 Mp430al83pAr S%I,
V tnthV this, no that it is pretty and working for the election of men to Pills. I sell more of them than any other P. S. CREWS. lt5a 2 51 p Ar331i'Ar Citra LvlOSia 2 44 a Monticello LT 5pdRa

cf1e.lo i figure that if he lives tothe the pii; :<.- ItrgUlature who are not i-nly Ids pills X carry in stock." There are no JuneS. Slit-rill Bradford Co., Florida. OI8ION PATENTS*. 2 12 a :344 pAr Silver Ocala Springs Lv I.v. OaaLy 9 30 a 145a 6 20 a J43pAr 205pAr Tallahassee QninCT LTjJWp LT S06p $1in W845a

: ge ot.hts father and the property frivndb but his kiufolks." better, and one dose of them will often 1892.Sheriff's COPYRIGHTS, etc. 7ft5pAr Homosnasn. '7 00 a oo a 4t0 4lOPArRlTcrJurctI 2fpUI1
;, V do more Rood than a dollar bottle of any Fcw tntoeumatl n anij, flaadbook wiite to 4 HO a 514pAr545a I-eegbw-g Lv 11 OH a 10 101.LvlOSSa 6 3'p 31 COp Ar Pensacola U S*$V l
\* carefully" unnamed, T\-iil he able blood purifier in limo market. For sale Sale. Oldest MUWN & Cu.,331 BOAfWAZ NW YOE. 540pAr7COa Tavares SSDp V JCOaAr Mobile' LT lit* Z,

V ilo.wn to his little ton con $100 Steward. $10O by nil medicine dealers. The Thurbtr Whylund Co .* Everypateut bnrea taken for soenrin ens kv patents Is bro'bt in Amedea before 6 33 pAr Apopka LT SM'i a o S5 p 7 45 a Ar New Orleans Lv I I p
the OOOa 710pAr Orlando LT 810 a 4fflp S 50 a Ar Montgomery Ar1115pAr
VP. pwuc by a notice gives tree of chuie in the
( f over $100,000,000., Thn leaders nftl9TEiKQUAPiJ will! be WilctwcodDadeCity
: Wills& Owens. 815 a 4iOpLvS12a Lv $2laI2EOp Birmingham Lv73)aAr *
; V ._ pleaswt to learn that there is at least one J. U. Eitill, proprielos of 'he Savannah :BY virtue of an V execution itjsued out of the caentifk meicauIarwe ClSpAr Lv 711 a 1t'O p Kashvilla Lv'7t3
:; V izIVeai) | James Iv VV dreaded disease that science has been News, is said to bo the wealthiest news above stated cause to me directed from the 6 25 a 71i)pAr Plant City Lv Safla t 'J Ii .. 2 87 a Ar Louixville Lv 12 lOs
) < enl IMk's'wil!
ttbta to euro in nil its utages, and that is paper man iu Georgia. He should be. as office of the clerk of the circuit court of Bradford 745a 820pAr TampaWaldo Lv 5 00) a 8 101 SSdaAr Cincinnati Lv 75f725aAr ;.
V V has been *}celared void by a Tennesiec cnUrrh. Hall's Catarrh county. Florida under a judgment rendered etseul&Uon of any eclentio piper In tbe. 1 SSpAr I.v 11 CO a St.Louis I* 7
is the he has
cure only successfully managed to keep therein on the 3d day of May. A.D. 1882 in said world. Splendidly Illustrated. No InLellIrent 231 p Ar Gainesville I.v 10 21 a 5 ID
V VV court, Sir. Polk left the home, posiiivw cure now known to the nteMal down all oppo&Uion to his paper iu the circuit court. I, as sheriff of said county, Lave man should be wttbout it. Week), 3.Q41It1NN 6 20 pAr ('edar1ey Lv 8Ua 9 1 ISUWAIEER1VHkVtZ1'T..

V'V tinsstugof; 'several acres in the fraternity. Catarrh being uconstitutional large end wealthy city of Savannah. The levied upon the following described hinds situated New York. & Trains NOB. 1,2,9 and 10 daily. Pullman curs Lv Jacksonville Ar Sttp -

( eart c4 Nashville, ,n which his disease, requires a con&tituUotial Morning News is a model newspaper and said in execution said county and of Bradford all costs,,and for will satisfaction expose the of between, Jacksonville and' New Orleans. SISaLv. Baldwin LT 740 p
treatment. Catarrh Cure la taLon Noticco f Final 3,4.,7.8 dally.
is free of offensive Discharge. 942aLvlOISaAr L k Lv
always MS ixi.sonh.lallusionK for sale
same to highest and best bidder for cash
-F Vm'q ut stuated, to his wife, and internally anting directly npon the as is possible to make it. It is in front of the court house door in the town of Six months afterdate I will apply to the county -KERSAKblNA AND CUMeERLANDI4OU'rE. WbiteSpringa Lv
after ber, death; to that relative o blood and mucous surfaces of the system not the of a faction but the Starke in said Bradford county,within the hours judj of Bradford county. State of Florida, iI| CO; t IV_I HI i 5 1069aAr Jasper LT SUP
ihersby de troyii2 trio fourdalion of the paper of sale prescribed by law, en for final settlement aa administrator of the IZOlpAr Valdoata Lv 50t P V
should, lie pronounced the worthiest disensa and giving the patient tttrengtbbv of the whole people and appreciated everywhere Monday,the 4th day of July,A. D.1392 the same tate of Frauii Summers, deceased late of said es 430plOCOaLv 55'Jpll30aAr JackKODTilte Ffrnandiua Ar.2.lp Lv241, 730 8 SOs a530pAr i 585pAr10MpAr Macon LT 110S* 3
I V Velatlvc btajing the name of Polk," building up the constitution and RS- even by those who differ from being public sale day,vis.: The E# of NE 4 of cotmtr. R. W. Trusts. Brunswick LvSOOa_ 440 Atlanta Lv: 7WChnttan $
SEX S in SE void a Ar oe* y3No'i
( ceres toD.
V it politically. except corner J. February 8, 1882. Administrator.
; .and in, case'of that PoIkV death to a slating nature in doing its work. The Hollister), 15 acres; also g#of E# ofSEM of fl26mSPUING .I,2,9 and 10'daily.Fl.YlN'O .
b proprietors have *o much faith in its NE& 10 acres; also WofNEofSIi.i8anres.allinseetion82tp6S V .
iittccessor chosen the -
V by governor of curative towers that they oiler One Hundred Deserving Praise. ,range 33 E. Also 5J CRACKER.-rD except Sunday,
: Tennessee. Mrs. Polk died last Dollars acres beffinniner at the Nw corner of NWJ ofSWJ4 TERM 940j Li Jacksonville Ar 4 Slip 113p LT 4r8i' AT II
; VVU year, for any case that it tails! to We desire to say to our citiceus that 1015a Ar Baldwin Lv 4(Op
1 1)4
; # and the, will was, attacked as an at- euro. *QUd far list of t&timbuUU.Addrww wo have been selling Dr. King' New along sec section 83,tp line 6 S.tea range lOt 22 set E,to running lands deeded thence by S .BRADFORD COUUTY HIGH CHOOl 1051a Ar LWt4'y Ar 323p 8 lip 26p LT3UTp LT Wildwood Ocala Ar AT 111AT

V % to entail the Mr. f1. J.'CHIiNKY A CO. Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's John Hall to Sarah J. Jolly thence east along 1004a Ar Starlte Ar Slip LT Lacoochrw Ml 'V
empt property, Druggist, 75c. Toledo, O. New Life Pill, Hncklen'n Arnica Salve said jand line within 60 feet of the center of 1125 ArWaldo Ar 2Ui)| SllpLT321p OwensboroDadeCity At
-.t e Taskor Polk, of Nortls Carolina, in- and Electric Hitter, and have never railroad track thence northerly parallel with will opeaF 1160* Ar Kanrthorne Ar 223p LT414pLv Ar 314*
V said track to the north line of the 12 ISa Ar Cites At.i Slip V Plant CPV Af $
afore mentioned
: the A bandied remedies that sell
ittnting suit. recent decision Nothing like Trying It. as well, or SW4 of SWtf, thence W to place of begin *>l>niar> tttji, 1892. l2tilp Ar Silverbprings Lrlttp 500p Ar .Tam a. .- -
TertUrntd thp vill) and gives the Therci is nothing that will that have givsu such universal satisfaction. ning. Property pointed out by plawtifTs att'y.
V VV so quickly We do uot hesitate to For information we local agent Ticket office 88 W. Bay atree corner Doe n.1
AV : VV V 1eirsatth ftntiafy one of the value of Cbaizih rtalu'm, guarantee P. S. CRKWA, Homo: street. Jacksonville. .T.J
It A.
: propertv. is Pain mini for rheumatism as H them every time, and wo btaud ready to Sheriff Bradford County, Florida. RATES OF TUIHON: V K. S. PENKIXQToy. Trafflc Manager. RlaeDonellQ -
V V personal the if THOU. E. Broc.Mt'y for FlaiatI.
p1 rcbkeT $ OOOOO. .refund purchase price satisfactory
V trial. ORe U a olianed mont see how Jane 2IStI2.
-- -- quickly the pain will subside. For sale r&iultx do not fo'low' their use. These First Cra'Je! up to Fourth Reader Sl.OCInt.

r- V Son\c newppapcrs commenting by all medicine dealer*. I I ty lemcdles purely have'in their won merits.their groat pnpnlcri- Master's Sale. .Grade up ta Itytriqediatarithmetic, SUMMER RATES ,

;: V aTorablv.1LI1 an incident that V -- 1 Hiarke Drug Company Druggist.V TTNDEU and by virtue of&decree of foreclosure -
-: trapspired dtiririg a visit of Admiral We am accustomed to pictorial r mesrntaf tm ed and sale duly made and entered in and Grammar,Geocrapbjr,ao., l.EC THE GEORGIA SOuThERN AND FLORIDA It. iiaring nWp1S ,

1' .; Uhierar4' fleet tp Charleston All ions in which the rattlesnake is made The oldest newspaper in the world is V in and by the for circuit Bradford court county of the in 4th a judicial certain circuit cause in in Third Grade,common sa ctf co re>to Algebra > r.Ues for the travel out of Plori V to all summer, resort V ihich ;

ihe officer nithe to lof'k'very angry and energetic, the tall China. It is the King PUB, lt.c official chancery therein pending, wherein Emma RIchard will shortly be placed tin ale. -
squadron attended ,Latin
erect la a manner to suggest a loud alarm. id complainant and Martha Fewkes and M.C. 2.3
V:$ jhe opera one venin?. At the ndpfjbe Accordingly, when one bears it for the journal of the empire and was founded Josk'phT.FewkesandTrubjsSternburj: & Co., V This line is the.shortest and fastest out of Florida, carrying the Wet
in 811. it Fourth Grade, collegiate tteometij
Originally was published intermiUenlly are Ue'endantnlwtH sell to the highest bidder, India mail
ihird a4 the whole i troupe first tune one is surprised to find the noise but alter 1861 it for cosh,in front of the court boose door ia the to all points-west and northwest. Trains .arrive and depart

V ? 4 : CJHH.C before\hc curtain and sang the so slight. The sound, instead of being a reifularly every wet*. In 18M appeared it was town Starkeiasaid The fclrst county in en STAItKE-, lancrtta Sciences, eta FLORIDA a rom union depot in PaKttkn and Macon. Connection madewith all fine*
0 Monday ,J8S2. -
' V :vSurfipangled Banner." The act- rattle is rather a tinkle, but slight u* it is converted into a daily, and noyf issues 3 the same being the 4th day of said month and a n Macon with the vestibule limited for the CarolmavYirgini snd &
to the person who never met one of these editions H dajf and sells them at about legal sale day within the legal hours of Hale on ast and with K
one ,
small through lines in
feaseicarrie} deeping for Tennessee
American car resorts
flags reptiles before, its delicate yet woiid- cent a .: The is that day,the following real estate situated In the Wanted
V VV V Q their belt*. During the singing fully distinct warning tells him instantly six literati cpy. paper the by county of Bradford, state of Florida,described nckv and all points north and imrthn est. Sleeping csr between Palattnd
appointed by'
follows The
V as : west half of southwest quurter A few good l Ladies and Gentlemen
tbt) atiiotb song all the office wiitm kl 8 neighbor__5 i. VV of the northwest quarter of section fifteen, canvass for the G A SHELL LITERARY t. Macon.- Trains leave a R follows: P tafka, 5 41)8! 15 p.

1) V atood bj paidiie \vhpje house followed Ab5&4tsly VV the A million Friends.A ing township twenty seven acres couth, more,of or range less;also 22 east the following,contain CLUB at a gunnttitecof $75 00 per monlL.A Hampton, 6 51 a. m. and 9 3'f p. in., I.ake C'ily_ 8 03 a. UK and .10 55 p V

suit,.aail when it was finished Beat. friena in need i* ft friend Indeed, personal property: One bay bone about eight "I
; V never hesitate to. recommend Chamberlaiu's and not IPHS than one million years old. Terms CSA purchaser paying for
the with people
applauded song an energy titles. JAMES U. L.nogty BR161IT,
Cough Remedy T. WILLS,
V absolutely have found just such V i
c and fervor that made the Incident (he best," says Mr. F. B. .Kemp, assist King's New Discovery for a Consumption friend in Dr. June 3, 1St2, Special Master. 254 Franklin St., Chicago. Ih PRIVATE Isabe LY1tiQ- DEPABTaEXT nnry TATED.who.lafollyortBaorMe WhOareWEALNLRVOVS.Diiici

i ; V V jmpreafivt Such incidents as this, ant Ohio bnalness manager of the Youngston, Coughs and Colds. If you have never Tax Notice.I VOU Would worth certainly saving say? If yes.she!wa Cue your daughter trifled away their Tlrit Of Bt y._ _
Telegram Notice. to Maaboo&equator terrfbte
Daily one of the aa aW4c4 and
V occurring in the very"cradle7 oi Influential and auatle V most used this great cough medicine, one molEent,under solemn promi at ma,. tie wells of-life; headache,.k mI; _
am now ready to the tapes
V newspapers in trial wilt convince you that it has won assess city prop- Six months after date I V willpreMBtmyar Vttge. lady ends lermielfin a cod1tj to of .
it3 -. secession," is enough to make rabid the Buckeye state. Mr. Kemp also says: derful cvrativa turners in all disease of erty. I, shall l he at T. R. Sweat's store cooota and Touchers to the Hon \Vra. F.- 31a -race both herself and family.unk somothing ti dreadful ron tbe face dreamswwlww,and alt tbe HTret* Bfmrr*IsedNfriecay _
'V'Vuctionalists ashamed themselves. "I have found it a certain cure for the throat, chest and Imuc 'Bach-bottle ia every day. Those"who pup town prop burs, county jude ia and for the county<- dose.V During the erlod of Maon IUH! coivmementsweoffcrto eonaimptionoTJnwniity itesd foe _

'V V V cough usually following aa attack of the guaranteed to do nil that claimed or erty will please call and give it iu, so that of Bradford the estate and of state Jobo Florida W. as admlnistrato iris an: elegant'home tbt in claaa of unfortunare OF LIFE(sealed)free w1thpattcimIanota ._ _
Buuel1 which :
f V t.: : : V The population of tbe world I estim, the prippe.house.and" always 50 cent keep bottles a bottle for of U In money will be refunded. Trial bottles there be no mIie&V qjadc. final settlement and ask fc>r a,final deeeaaed.dimicbarg fo.. 9r.i2i'tS.l Tw and under the the lm strictest;.diate curt..PARKER..KO CURB 40ir ICO;PABR. &betr'LNUIbTU1S; ,TI'

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per bsbe1.: Tue: F.0.: :&; P. ,hare le peculiarly' .
st-M Ms"l ;f
otw from/fiBX _
JtcKsonville the :C J- Swearlnp.a.forme.Starkebo1 J ; .
: V- The *. -..* r
is 'Qfflnvtt : .1 his
state thU week talldowii'to bis h wtht
i convention '
; (,. Reunion on 'pret ol at .last 'been ;confirmed spreading t : .
.Surke jineJI892.1f1t. '
; all
; ;J I the talk. )w Jleutbe"tt,. Per'Atuf t8boai: I4j .
J' from commander and'Kioom. any friends I ; t.
t .among his Stark Drug Company. :poa81blL::'t male thiand w e..8 0Il.;:":

FLocaBArs* .- : Mr.:N. J. Jones is at- :the Tampa militia .Co. paQiel and' almost br lng' tbe'l!heart of his inyStf. part..al;t re' tch zej"

: : convention. uniform; all on:one tfek mother. Mrs.. ,W.,F. Edwards wife tho orfo'ortiie.. ; 'm*'ranch,eoff4 ,1 '" -

inferior'flourwb'en'yotijethweet on'the 7th and 8th estia&ble Eat- POWEll M. O' water n '.the, combined "of-al r ,
1.-\vb1: buy rnf6'stores good grocer. He died at TIE ,, {quantity *' .
close' at 7 o'cl .
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,. : Home at, the same lib. From Starke WO : Go., April 12. 1892. cohol and witch hazeU .Everymiiscl .

., 1 ice at lleibcrgcr & Richard.' standard time. $1. Lawley: cents. : J, Sirearingen was bora PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON. should be rubbed mlg 1r. Throw'amedium .: '

k" P rFf.I1R weight i blanket over: the horse .'i
t .'.J J ::'A full line of paints at Col. Peek has a 12.pound'new .IdElftt't Wing OF CAKDUI' the 9th, 1858 ,Be received a \ how-and let him, stand Until you have. .

: ""-' jotTruby, Sterbburg & Co.' boy at his house. I education and was a willing and en- Office at Caaklna Drug Store, I I put tho bandages on. .

.- (' See N. J. Jones' white thou goodsi.fore ". .Miss'Ida Alvarez is relatives Friday Night's scholar.; After quitting school STARKE -- FLORIDA ; : II I I Ueo the same wash'for legs aa"for" .""
tIi. The school pupils 'hi m self always Employed at some mjistf the body,but have it cold. After patting '
io Jacksonville.
if' you pur ne exhibition on Friday of work using his brains as well as I I lItk.. -'L.r-- 1 r I tho wash on the legs,rnb them well 'Ir

.Jt. ,Our line of ladies black silk umbrellas Miss Mary 'Puddy of Kin llev admission was charged in his :employers' behalf and Frazee & Hall I I :.iw \ \ r with the palm of the hand always rubbing ..'

::4'1;:' .cannot bc 'urpased.f spent Monday in the,city. yet the ho sc was filled therefore, well liked by them. lIe Att'ys and Counsellors at Law _, : jS3 I I down never tip. Put the bandage. .,.;
& Co. !; on immediately after tho rubbing. 'Ru1r- ..
) Truby, Sternlmrg There. ,'ere many- a great reader, but- mostly interested P''J '
Mr. Jackson Davis baa .ROO3!'NO. 1. JOJfEST BLOCK. r i 29.' all Ida heels perfectlydry with, clean;-
returned and the of travel and adventure the de 6.11'
J 3one has a full stock of young people ; : 4i'
r( should
from school ..'Ct..ot1 dry rags. Care be taken in tial.;.,
i 'I funeral supplies, coffins and caskets at Gainesville. raining ,fhsv had to see (he world grew at last too strong STARKE. BRADFORD CO, FLORIDA.And as cracked heels are very stubborn an fe

.. t. citizens well feel and one day in April, 1880 lie Downey Build'g cor. Third and She-I am very sorry,Im our engagement often horse for
atall. pricwuAU Prof. McDonald made a flying mny Center$trs-. Fernandina, Fla. must cease. I can never marry. lay a up tho season.Throw"'tha' .
; done trip to Gainesville last week. ford County High School.BLACKDRAUGHT his mother ihftt'he was going to make fyi He--My gracious! What has happened I I .blanket back from the
kinds of prompt
4 : hauling uip' Dd would soon be bark Shc-y brother has'disgraced us.' head and scraps oat all wash that re ..

J 1 I ly at J. \V. Alvarez & Co.' stables. ::No service in the Episcopal church tea This hip proved long one, but I ii:. E. LAGERGltEN# He-Oh, is that all? That doesn'c mat mains most of it will have entered ths- ,

".. until the second Sunday in June. ter. I feared maybe your father had failed. pores of the body; cover np his ehonl-
fans fans in endless' variety ended. He has reached the sta LAND SURVEYOR.(
.4. Fans Coming Thro New York Weekly. dora and scrape the.rest of ,the body
I ;
Sternburg & Co. Prof. Williams left Earl in by that tlnrksome river where we all Deputy County Surveyor.All I
:'J at Truby, early Saturday ) the morning tako a clean dry rag and rub him all _

morning for his home in "Gedrjria. the writer desirous stop. no mutter by what route we Lines from Field Notes Too Hasty.
j To the Ladies of Starke: to run U.S. Surveys over lightly always rubbing with tho

: would call especial attention dry weather had had Levelllnfc and Drainage Systems, etc. Dr. Brunton. in an address lately reported hair as much as possible; now put alight
: 1IJ, )Ve The May number of the Advertiser Ce-Ooll al this Office. in the London Lancet was cautioning '
shoes. of Starke and the leaving St..rkc be Ont went south. hood on him and"an extra blanket
Every f
:: f1, -,: to our line pair and Hustler is time section foreman STARKE FLORIDA. his hearer*-the members of n medical
out this week.It wiui nt one a ; over his loins, and after looking at his
. ,f tJ I,V warranted to give satisfaction. manfully shouldered ins went north and lo tho far western society-against hastily expressed opinions
heels walk him out for about fire
': .: ).: Truby, Sternburg & Co. i is rumored that there will be a forth on discovery bent. Shortly before his death he came AECTICCANDY' as to the nature of patients'diseases and minutes again then bring him In. and should '
; his two
emphasized warning by
: .;. .9 : :: NIce mounted pictures for sale wedding in high life soon. Guess Following the new r to Florida engineer and at was Bowling employed Green as lie a STORE anecdotes. He was once present at a clinic he have broken out iriy'white walking

.i.!J" _. : .. '; cheap at Morgan's: who. swamp, be pl'escutl)'- contracted I some ailment of the nature the subject of which was a man evidently scrape him again lightly, after which
< kind of fog. and an it suffering from some disease of the heart.'Au ,
in doubt. and give another light rubbing for say
>. ;. :,r. Go to J. G.'Alva ez for the latest KingBley lake is so low that a see 50 feet ahead he to Eiitonton physicians to place!were himself under C. R. ENSEY, unnatural murmuring sound couldbe four or five minutes'when ho thotilcl

"J.t f" styles of gents' collars. '. buggy can be driven nround it on of Dr. J A. But phys heard from that organ, and the pupil of .
be walked minutes
::, : have l been switched off : Knight. CORER IUILROAD AND MAIN STRUT again for about ten ,
Hotel in Jacksonville the beach. were in vain; death the invincible one of his eyes was very much dilated."Tho and again taken in and rabbet 'slightly- :
The Traveler's lad it not been for the STARKE. FLA. ..
'_ :. peculiar appearance of the eye seemed to
the cold seal his brow.
: .:: is the only first-clans hotel to Blackberries, plums and all kinds I mats traffic (hilt road under the drooping upon boughs by Con have some connection with the cardiac after which put on lighter blankets and
continue to reduce the s. th f
keep open all_summer. of vegetables are quite plentiful] in I made deep paths in church nt the Utter place.' Vegetables Candies, Fruits. and affection but various opinions were expressed weight
'. by the different students 3.0 to what beat leaves the body.-Rider and Driver.A .
the market. to. follow. Sweanngen possessed qualities Summer Drinks. i
and lace curtains at easy
V Curtain poles made cVl'rylJooy.love and esteem the precise nature of this relation could be.

J..G. Alvarez. Messrs. Orville and Orrin Husband proved to be on fire, and lIe was generous to a fault and had COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAM The discussion was 'just bvvumiog interesting CUo.for T.azinoiM. ." .

; have densing upon the smoke high sense of honor His conver PAIONE MIST. when the patient remarked that his A traveler in the conrse of a morning j

.: ;t: Another lot of low shoes at low returned from the East Florida At a place where the tire was refined and his deportment and Agent for jHallury Steamship Line. strange looking eye was made of glass. walk in Amsterdam came 'upon a group _

prices at Truby, Sternburg & Co. Seminary. surface the wirth dived nce those of a eentlemao. ocl -Cm At another clinic the professor in chargeWAS gathered nronnd n well into which a

; -. Our military and he burned i'.Js feet he left his mother has had very discussing learnedly about the importance strongly built man: had ,just been let .;
iu the should have minor
table damask company ; of attending to symptoms.
: The nicest, letters from bun. his ever changing
mammoth all the vncnuragement the people the sun had liscn high of him "JSTow, gentlemen" he said, "in the case down. A pipe, whose month WAS'at the
Jones' cheap I activity probably causing
N. J.
i city at DRUG'I'ORE. top of the well had been opened, and a :
of this woman here, certain could
: nn aive them. I trate (the fog and this important .duty. Let this
", .: '. dry goods store.' the warning. to young men away from be confidently affirmed'from the conditionof stream of water from it was flowing into B

; 'The best Rio coffee 5 ibs. for $1 l\h- J W Hedge* and Mrs. Dr. littering through Your mother is the truest and her teeth." the well and gradually filling it.. The <

'. & Richard Stewart returned Saturday cross the densely disinterested friend you will ever lIe was proceeding to particularize but man below had quite enough to do, if he :

it llelberger from White night he saw "at tight" to-wit; ; if you deprive her of your presence just then the patient broke in upon htm.._ did not want to be drowned,to keep the 1

LADIES, our line of .spring and Springs.Mr. blood-red sun shining write to her often it 1 Is so little "Please sir," she said as,she took out water out by means of a pump which ;

is complete i and does her so much good. Life her teeth, "I will hand them around; the the bottom of the 'ell.- '.
summer dress goods very L B Powell is putting up a lly outlined smoke z kr-1:3 gentlemen might like to look at was at "
and below compe- building for nf the uncertain; .v m 01 she may die. soon: jW young The traveler pitying tho man,asked
prices way a market next to C M nighl. suggestive ; ootl while it is time. them closer. -Youth's Companion.No
To in to purchase. ,kman's for an explanation of what seemed to be ..1
J. '; tition. see Spa barroom. in front was the umerous letters to Mrs. Edwards .

?, Truby, Sternburg & Co. beach and beyond the late fri nds ,and employers of her Great Difference. a cruel"heartless jofce,* -'

3. '. The next! meeting of the S. L. I. flooded speak in the highest terms of him and Mr. Prince and Mr.Smith were standingnear "Sir replied an old man standing
water. by
:: Just received a full line of James A. will be at the home of Mrs. I C source of comfort to the poor be- the pond watching the skaters. They near, 'that fellow is, aa yon see,healthy :

; Means shoes at J. G. Alvarcz. Webb, on Madison alb. Planting the butt :( mother. Jet while the new moon J L. GASKINS were both past sixty years of age but the and strong., have myself offered him '
:t.. aye. firmly in the wet sand her silver rays on the distant grave expression of Mr. Smith's face showed that work twenty times, but. headways allows i

;; A new tack of corans* and caskets If Mr. Stilly looks prouder than right, ye tramp hung his the boughs wakeful eyes will shed DEALER IK he was half inclined to join the younger laziness to get tho better of him

N. J. Jones. tears over the traveler who never re- people iu. their sport.: "How long *uic and will mako excuseto hiv
at usual, following statistics show why und waded out to take A Drugs & Medicines any beg
i ; The sympathy of our community you had skates ont" he asked, turning '
bread from door to door nVmight
;i Best shirting calicoes only 5c per in, female; weight, 9 lt>s. .yards from land the out to the poor sorrowing mother. Stnrke, Flal'hysieians' < toward Mr. Prince. easily earn it if he chose.. though :

Sternburg fe Co. cnee-deep, and the Lord give her strength I IVTlie "Wen, I should say 'twas about twenty
c' yard at Truby Subscribe now for the TELEGRAPHand too short to Prescriptions years," responded that gentleman slowly. "We are now,trying to make him real-

&j ;::, Have you tried Sweet Home flour? read the news during the campaign attempt : only prayer now left m? tiirtfii y Compounded a hown flin, ennthl "but I believe I could skate as well now as 1, ize that he must work. It he uses the
depth in Sampson lake. Is, Lord that Thou wouldst turnThy that is in lila arms he will be
sales increasing every day. 50c will to Jan. ever I could. strength .
t : ...' The are ; pay 1, 1893. fled with face to me In my sorrow. './
an .witb
Bale Mr. Smith looked at his companion saved if he Ietstherbangidlebwtlt

. .\t.? :i'., THe beat"Ueiberger trade use it. &For Richard.by The small Ixiy's lips are taking a and tepid water. lie For my child I deeply raournl"A FKIESD.! HOME FOR SALThe 7" ill concealed surprise." bo drowncd. But look" continued ,this

.. ;r : -_ rnc1di r hue now since the buckle- A FEW HtTNDBEp "Oh come,James, he answered,"you'rea old Dutchman as he went to the edge of
'=' endless BLACK-DRftUGHT tcaor Dyipepeuu following described locatfd smart enough man for your years, but the "tho fellow finds out that ho. '
,_ Spring goods iu .an quantity herrhs.are ripe and the blackberries to mourn his loss and : property ain't really believe that could well
." at N. J. Jones mammoth store. take back-seat. to Rowell lake along the wiihin the -corpoiale limits of the you skate you pu'on has muscles already: in an hour we shall
iJ.;' a skates and as well as you could
Tnc water in ihu Express Robbers Caught. town of SUike offered, for sale: let him out ,with Better resolutions for
received a twenty years ago.
J. G. Alvarez just Col. Hicks 3 feet deep at prcs mt. -' participants in the late attempt the future.
our- popular barber, Two Acres of and "I think I could, responded 'lb. Prince.

.I 1 ,.;:.....t\" "''car load. of "Diplomy flour. bas a little 9-pound "shaver" of the long icepeat it hole'is in dry the\' bed an express car near. San ford arc i well faRced, upon whiqh; is a got.11 "But it's absurd," said Mr. Smith with The traveler watched until the man "

ji.: ..;: ,J. Oar stock of groceries is the most female persuasion, at his house. He dry! a well built fish either dead or In jiil.: One named I painted and plastered two-story dwelling; something like annoyance. "It's ridiculous was liberated from his watery prison,

''' in town and prices way ays she is a "clipper." alien at least two. feet is in jail at Orlando: two. King for you to say such a thing. You and felt euro that at least a temporarycure
";Ur/, complete au rxeeP.ont! well of water bricked from can't expect to be frisking around like a had been eft'ected.o-Youth's Cornpanion.
j.:.': :;" down to hard pan. months and has now :i Ilayman were killed near Palatka the clay good stable and boy at your time of life."
:; ; outbuildings.The .
: Many be to learn that fane like Snmpsou. _ _
"'.\ :.1 'Truby Sternburg & Co. sorry wcek. and the last. Floyd was caught "Well," said Mr. Prince. wasn't exactly
; ; Mrs. Cast l1 wife of Rev. J A Cas- and full of stump It following is a list of tile Tues growing -
1w Friday night at' Jonesyille, Ahchun a boy at forty, but I guess I could One Man'* Share.

Wagons and wheelbarrows atMorgan's tell. who was Methodist pastor in of log the is'lakes.at this Capt.stage 5 ". Fntch ir.stigatcd'the robbery upon the p' ce: skate now as well as I could then, for. Icouldn't The other day a politician of national
90 Plum Trees 13 2d skate tben.Youtb's
varieties. Com
"' Bazar. Starke a few years ago, died at water.11. his liecs it that all the year any prominence sat in ,"th amen corner" .
they were just
ijf t; f'. Lake City lat Sunday morning. truck look well. Why t'4. appears tools of whose identity is bearing; Chestnuts 5,2 varieties Apples pan ion. _ _ __ as itvia called, of the Fifth Avenue I

Look at our 5c eh allies.Trnby minions? a person 6 trees (8 Standard) 3 on Pear roots; Drown Got There, hotel-where Republican''big guns go in c.
)J Sternburg & Co. I There will be a meeting of the Fires have been uutevcalud. Further developments his article in .
: all Ornujfe Trees 4 varieties; 77 Pear, "Brown got \last a maga.zinc. batteries. Across the corridor sat 2\

the i confederate veterans of Bradford this upriug. At one eagerly awaited 4 varieties; Apricot 7: Persimmon ." keen eyed, swarthy life insnronceagenu .:
of all kinds at "
Job printing in this blackgum on n "Impossible! It was written and spelled
county city next Saturday to Presently a man.who makes
TBLECBA.ru office. roots. The fire had Etree'8 Wine 'of Cardul 77. choicest varieties; Peach 80. large so badly no man could make it out." newspaper
a and to make arrangements his at the hotel-
organize camp headquarters uptown
between the roots to a selected varieties; Quince 2. Chinese. "All the same, he got there. They advertised '

; Wo have everything you need and to.attend the encamp- to a great BLACK-DRAUGHT. are All the above Ueea:>re-in bearing most it as an article by a new author entered and nodded familiarly.to both .i' .

3 will make to suit the need of nent at Jacksonville next week. he arrangement of the sale by the following' merchants: ia of them in thoir second year. written in twenty different languages and politician and life insuranceageat They .,, .
: stays.. Apropos I sent him a chck for fifty dollars."-Atlanta were. both under obligations to him. ,]

I .#;:: '' vour pocket book.jT People living outside of Starkeare from many indications ( county: I This place must be seen to be appreciated. Constitution. In the most'natural'way in the world. ,,* I Ifrom'talking
\) RTARKE DRUG Co.. Starke.
IBu. Truby, Stenlhu. A. 1'0.- getting their backs up against hat the basins of these O. W. YOUNG. Hampton. For further information apply to to both at almost the same 'T|

who some time in the long JNO,A. KINO Lake Butler. .eoaomleaLI time be introduced them. Soon afterward *
steal fire
':4 '>1.tti. :, N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby. cemetery wood unprincipled off their parties lands. Timber is getting by fire-that where tl
" ;: 1.- lots for sale. muck deposits once I Starke, Fla.! silk hat old man? lar life insurance agent had been watch- 1
if. scarce, and they propose not to ''ong drouths; somehow I i Griggs-I gave it to the.porter of a Pullman
l' for months for .of,
ing an. opportunity
1i We have the most stylish straw stand this nuisnncc any longer. kept burning down to car.DriggsWhat.
world do move" and Theresa making the acquaintance thU particu-
remains did do that for
belowcompetition. ever piesent you ? r
hats in town at prices wholly U. D. MINER
1 Dr. Gaskins 'and two sons, Col. ottoihs din be ncc" 8 with it. Griggs-It was cheaper to give it to him lar politician. ,110.was not' slo"'toto*

.I: 1"- Peek, J E Wamright, M M Hale, way. Somewhere in the .dry weather has hurt us somewhat than to have him brush.it.-Clothier and prove opportunity; now that he had *v*

i: Tfnby.Sternburg Co. Col. Bugs, J T Wills, Co! Rhode- lake is still u hillock uf \VH have fared better than some other F f".. it:; and he wrote a life policy of'$25.OC< *
t standing DO more than 4 of the county and are thankful. _- as tha result. The next day the journal -
"Quite English you know"-Lon- A L von Kirn, J M Brownlee, W water level. The -
'.ge crops look pretty well. and the or Watchmaker and ist who so innocently introduced the'A1Ulter **

t don Swells cigars at,.!. G. Alvarez. T Weeks are in Tampa attending )low, but were shallower peach and pear crops arc promising Unparalleled BargainsNew and hi4 'prey received by mail a 3
th. com'entionSwift' formed because Ute
state large shows
eheck.forf Now this a great
NEW GGODS1 1 NEW GOODS. risen since then from
.i ,
Van Buren our merchant, is doing I many things-among1 others, the enormous .. :
[in all departments at eiglit-tailed comet is visible vegetable matter. *" "
-I that he will soon l Ie under the ucc- Jeweler. profits'I e insnrance. genta must

e& Truby, Stemburg & Co. at about 3 o'clock a., but as the wore explored ALLIGATOR by'ye of erecting 1l l larger,store buildine. New Veilings.I.ACftf. make when they can give such cornmiaeions. --.

hour is rather an unseasonable one poles. but no inmate little preacher is now huy budding New Hamburg Edging. John A. Cockerill in ,Now YorkRecorder. .-
New line (low shoe just aid of field is of his buds fail live.
and the a glass required trusion for thvy were all Very few to New Swiss EmbroiJerr- .' '
Starke Fla _ _
at Sternburg & Co. buds tree or-bush; ru.it Is reason _
Truby, to disooAcr the ethereal wanderer drop! of water was found any New Mitts and Gloves "

it iu not hkelv thai many of our future tolerates no ; I m liiafhargi'S. --- 'Ladies Under Vest. An. Officer In tho.'IUI&' ,fc

: The TELEGRAPH will be sent tot readers will see it. living thing must pay do not talk politics nmrU but we New Belfcv "Did it over occur to yon,"said Wast' 3}

:* any address for $1 a year. through life. As the ( hope that Dr. Gaskins will be nomin" Misses' Corsets, .Point graduate and A national gnacds- builder so is the for the governorship so we vote Largest ssortmenl of '
Col. Geo. E. Pace is an enthusiastic may Hair Curlers. man tho other day*what it means to W

r[ ;J Go to J. Alvaroz for the best weather does and many are the him. Glass ware Tin warp. Wooden ware, a popular officer in the national guard?'
gardener. Dry and fish who are. MOTEt IDEs. Watches. Clocks and I
'- Cc cigar. Crockery Umbrellas, ,
| ware. Suspenders I
; not. hinder him from raising tbe spell by the water Something quite different asrare you y
t 'sr OF CARDUI,Tonic. for Wome*. Hosiery.Shirts and Under Shirts H&nJI from being a popular onU-cr in the"fegta'i *
I ,
: Men's straw hats various styles finest kind of and flowers \ears ago alligators '
vegetables he lakes and of ten.at. Jewelry I kerchiefs. Collars and.Cuffs. Perfumery. Jar army. Wby? For this .reasonr l a .'

\ : : and chapes, nice and cheap at Amono; "specialties" just now iRa any ominous. Highland. Knives and Fork and 14,000 other articles the army if an officer, takes care of,his J'

If: J. G. Alvarez. bed. of pineapple plants, some of K-llowiuj could btr had a glorious rnin list: t3ah1ntlt) |,which cannot be enumerated here which men sees that' they get their clothing D
rill be offered at prices nerer before heard
them bearingfalso guava bushes anda tog as fiiglitfut.as' everybody seems delighted Some of and pay promptly.1 ont for their inMM
New and nobby straw huts for men Special alt camphor trer. poor sinner.. But few farmers were planting"ctiton the but i terestd in case they are. so unfortunate y S
; boys. and children at THE OU of May. I of Clocks and Watehei. Come and secure some of thlm before as to be locked vnp in the guardhouse, %"i$

'I: Truby, Sternburg & Co., MARRIEDanVedncsday the with its terrible l stench : Lizzie Cook left last Saturday for I Good work done at reasonable] i-ales. | they are all f one. no matter how strict a disciplinarian he, ?,

I ;t If wanfa Four-in-hand 25th ult, Mrs. Minute Wall to Mr. grallatoiial erous holes birds stands,uestB.now extended visit with her relatives and! -- -- New. York Auction Store. may be, or how he may .make the:men'*, -v |
you pretty She has beou n
in %
around he wilt be
Removal stand
E D Prevatt both of Green Cove The of Land Office. popolar 'with'J
lie scarf guano deposits
.t f or cheap go to worker long time iu |the Sunday 0.tionahip
; rela
them.But here ia the guanl' tb ?-
.:7t. '* J; G. Alvarez. Springs, Fla. The wedding was of dogfennd., these in and her erailiug.face will be. ouch I desire to Inform my friends and those who J- -N between officer and is .. ,>i iA
of znsn en
'ft a quiet 'one and after the ceremony lug thick growths nay' wishI engage my cervices that I have Ass ssor'g Notice. ,

,t' ADES askTor the happy pair took a trip to Mo shooting of water Ir. and Mrs. Maybew have left for moved my Land Office ror a time from Starko to Notice U hereby given that I nil! be at tireJyclianged.that'need Tbe.Tankand; file,trhti
the of
'eggs. no'aupervislun
no more are men
,.. .. Rae. Mr. Prevatt is the tax collector by. York to spend the summl'r.Ir.. H. my resMenc one mile Welt of 8tarke Starke on Saturday the 4th. nod Mondaythe
; .
: : Bradford's induelnep their'
affairs to
I Shall until further notice make beadquar. personal exp officer* .
1 \ has charge of thi-ir honip. my Clh day of June. 1832. for the purpose
{:;: '. rORD'S of Clay county. A case of adaptability i Ruth is few CTH at Commercial* hotel while in Starke of assessing state and county taxes for the be 'good fellows*socially."An _
Tripp fpcn-iih a
: can be seen : J'J'I !ror.111 n'. to S "m.loch officer. need not be- strict disciplinarian
day.S. a
;:.'j Mrs. Wester from Jacksonville, laTHE I with her sister at Dcumr.rc Fla- m. p year 1892. These'arc my last calls for
., P. GARDINER. assessing at Surke for said year, and all to be very popnlar, buefi" it
I- : at Truby,'Btcrnbur? & Co who has been under treatment for w'lich lives in the Scholas. seems to be pleased uitli Starke, Fla.,'May 13, 1892. persons who fail to make their returns only: fair to' ay .that ttio majorityof national '
began to dry.up he got fine herd of sheep and is trying the
cancer by Dr. Tate Powell has had will be assessed as the law directs-- guard orEceM/eececially Jn tataa
U behind in the holes. of keeping them in a pasture. "
Jelly glasses atTrnby the cancer successfully removed by PATEN'"Tea.nt8 ,N. C. WAIXRIGIIT.Tax of our crack commands!:;have 'just ".,-
;: Stemburg & Co. It.Va.. seated in the some mysterious Ncs iu.who was a'guest in Mr. and Trade-Marks obtained and an f at nt Assessor Bradford Co.. P1*. thorough undeandgot..inilitary-
the doctor. but these are too heavy family for several weeks. returned business conducted for MODERATE FEES. May 27, 1892. an ; ,'

: '. Our stock, of hardware is face and .ver"large and painful but beach, as they will hi home in Lock Haven. Mich.! much OUR OFFICE OPPOSITE IT S. PATENT requirements as regular army officer. ,
very under skillful treat- they have gone into iu health. Office and -we can secure patent in less tUno t 6O IN GOLD Evet'1thing.el being- equal,therefore "lthapopu1ant1otthe..meu.t'may
had to yield and at leas cost than thos remote from Wash
:r '; complet.e'and prices low. where their weight R! Cox, of Tennessee. will preach at i ington. FOH A QUAUT OP WHEAT. ,be com .:-
c. '
ment. "
'c'Truby, Stemburg & Co. ing down the ( chapel next Sunday nt 11 a. and 7. p. Send model drawiar or photo with descrip pared as that of a man among employs"" .; )
thin who tion. We advise. if pttentableorootfre of
. ii ,.:r A car load of.. furniture Starke mother to exasperating clean ones through their-\ .cordially invited.. charge Our fee not due till patent Is secured. Gac tbe a.mber of Grains In Oae or among1' his club equals..1. mention:; .
just re- *
the LB. A Little Book "How to Obtain Patents"with Quart and secure (h Prli'*, these facts to show boweasilaegnlrmyofcercoultE'W1tosiicceeIinth& : !
., t. ctived. Truby, Sternburg -i' life out of me I wish you was at the have moved down WIXE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerve. town,seat free. Addreea. ;
C. .4.. SNOW Count the crains in a quart of common wheat vice how
"Old their ethereal & CO. gnard.an4 ;.versa, ,fanpowibl J;. ?
:f J'j Rip" tobacco at end of the earth!" L. D.-Oh, madon't Opp.Pa&entOfttce. W.u IJrGTOJ.D. C. and If yon can name the correct number we willvcudyouIOO
would be fore
officer 1
the guard whose ea ;
1" # ruby & Co. walk dry-footed in I and with 1 In Gold. Bat if yon miss it a y
: i : Slcrnburg know the earth ..isn oblate : made of cast charged ; '
than ,
you grab the sleepy '* ." tow grains but come nearer 4oy one eIa"woill goingeociety ways are an essential part.of 1rl
A Y r4 ausIe.
! spheroid and has no end ? If it the neck. The m;> Js the last novelty. It i i. to Here Is R chance for o everyliody to get. x To person send yon gnwsfr$ 013 exact QOUX number SM below..:.$100. his 'success hI''his rank' ,'to",make 4't ':-

r1 It TI. was a prolate-" 3Ia-'.'I'll prolateyou appearance is is ) usad by those whose bed rooms front free cf cost, *nn exquisite oil picture 88 2 'Topersonguessingnearst.uj. name for himself. in the 'army.. **-Brook :
3 To tir3staj next nearest..._ ..; s -
t ,:I.. all around town with a swi- mysterious the back yard,, where neighborhood inches long'n companion to '"A'Yard of 4 person f ? S. ..._ In Iva'f.aiJi, : :
is -
ti i ". L. D.-tffhe streets are at right angles swamp, and he make the night hideous.' When they Roses" which nil have sees and admIred.! 5 e .0,. "t- ,.'' .._.;_..l..;..... 5 III : farmer at condanv victoria, whiia.cutting ..

.i A. .{ -".(whack,_ whack, whack). this iron cat they get electrocuted.Bucklen's ; This exquisite noted artist picture'who was did painted the' "Ruses.by the I 7 .f. ... ._.'_'!,';.G, thistles a few we kr ago tiDed..' + 'I
.: same .._ ,
_ 8 'r. -' II brown snake measorios -5 f. ta'fincbefl. : ; ..
Mis Grace Urgd ;
.. hf ,
Arnica Salve. It; ia the same size and ,is prononnchd by 9 ... a
,.' f- .<. -.J' : Fruit jars, jelly! tumblers, fruit aped eleven years, h best salvo in th'1. world for cuts art critics to tIC far superior to the Utter; 10 I 'eO ., ...... .,;. .j: being-dissected Ifetras feun4jtconta1uatfgesli4e'3feet4tncbea1i' '.
: Ohio. Read what she .O' .." ...:
'" ...' ,.1" f... jar rubbers and tops at bled with rheumatism *, sores.ulcers, salt raerim, fever The reproduction is equal in every respectto 11 .. .., .e4 It ___.r.....; Sis :1.: ,.

"., : : ". : : ': \ Trqby, Sternburg & Co. could get nothing to 1 tetter, chalped.band" ebill'lains, the oricinsl. which cost '300. n. .d in ISIS .. : ...". ; ''.\ ...;..;... S, 1eDph.I_ -- {'
., helpless that I and all _,and posi given free with every copy.of the June 14 '-i- q .."..c .... '-S I .Tb.TTIpIdLty. with which IDIeetI tra.tl..
: was BO pilps,or no required. It ; :: : : *', 'l i,... I utoDf.II. DhCRlM a,1D' .
11. like a bane when 1 cures pay number of Dcmoresi's Family magazine.Thi3 < .._._. I .
. \ OLD. RIP TO ACCO. bo'tUef Chan} guaranteed to give perfect untisfaction June number is a grand souvenir 17 ',. 'V' '.- ., _... ., I. 000 Ofekei per aecond 'when ia.!;the set ofv

. brand who it from our refunded. Price 25 cents per number worth many limes its cost whichis $ .' n ..' ""c.w" I I ordhlart:light tbt.,Dumb' :stroke iI #
I hli'll chew. this never ROt .' For sale byW. If; Rivera. .., ." _..-_. ,. .
, ,. Humbler, land in only 20 cents. aa every purchaser will i. \ ..-. .. "t loaiitg M adva&ct noTsmeai. : of .tirwtty- 1
.. "
tried I ..--. .: vtes ,J : -t'
around. : :
:t ': and walking The 63 a day hotel in Jack get free an exquisite picture. You tan 21 .
And..baving bought it once, comes return of it since aud get the June number Detnoresfa Pnm-.;ft' -.A .....-.... From,'tJiiviitlt&otIand,2OO f laUil'of K cJ t

r.b back for more. limber as they ever is Tire Travelers. sly magazine, containing the picture-,'oJ'.2I .1" --&.. 00 __. : .]I yonn gannets and_.
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at I : ..
Ij:''j 41L Sold byTruhy, Su-mburg & Co. ties for sale !by aJlmed FOR :SALE' Household goods any I local newsdealer send $0 cents U I 5 .t.. .- -....dp. 1 I 1: m af nnmber .;anmulect J'. .
: 't
; -: .' in the publisher W. Jennings Derriorcst". ,_II p...'1-.l&kea gueor two gue'eee. .Re1ad'W'it1 I d; and although thl>ird;.ooly"

J i::: .: ,. .4 If .wel,have the bw Sim umbrellas furniture thl"'house'm1.comerValnut.'a.rPrai East 14h st!(c'. New'York.. T yqtir rues 50 cents for three.month*, or ti fo P ODe e per.armum..l four J'ea._
yotr/waut .to feel Try our ,
t ,' n' happy a' cigars \ .street, Sale six months' nib-rfptton to the BUS NT SOUTH, aU.lnJngmaturitr,' 'ta. 1IU l
t' '- lliwLliinaihan assortment 10 the city assortment and, O $5 torI motha.or two n..Address '.
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?: ; cbnrenient fiction.the.; would male from
yon II consideration of'..the; .house', bill to put view of the flc : be. year. Bullion tf. ,
.",, Why- *?_;-Ml* w the Streetivhat; pf* ?plant-A; 'Wtat'ls: Being g Done '''ool'n the free list and to reduce duties' balanc of the treasury,:.including'na- to CTry.it out, :much lower" rates Mr.,)fr."BulIlOO Orwcll*old gentWOTm '

,,: "rffotwIt: be will4: >robablytell you if:is : ;woolen and directing the. com bank deposits'and SUbidiary and cf.uld'be had and there would also bilmsrkedrcductiOn mo'nin. ,Kemarkable dog

t !:: i{ 'f:_' ,, nil, leaf.and': ,no'stein* :and.each. ,,: f, the Halls for.thtountry's Welfare.FBOM ., on to goods the bill back, .to the 'tonal coin, has fallen to ,$28,946,335.To : in the" loss by the elements -.htGoo J
mitt e report you.
t4 1i ;? < grows t ;; CTer 'We.et, :.the Man in ther.t' completing the works begun. ; hold him
: bill appropriating,: $50,000 for an equestrian circular Thursday to disbursing ofcen takes this ox-chain t 43
:- x; ; .tE.howerer, 'ytratnnstare''noticed DAT TO DAT BUlKILY statue of General Francis Marion, instructing them to cover into *. savage; should even took cross at me

.t' "'J.r'-. it in 'order to' knock ,him down ,1'OLD-EILLB .AND MEASURES TODEB Columbia, S. C., was taken from the ury It the end.of the current fiscal year New Drying Protean for Florida Swamp. If this anyone dog tear him to piecesyu, _
Uke'a.. iiinepln the'next moment, ; all to them from Timber. woud him killed.
calendar and passed. The calendar was m ney advancd appropriations to have
: tog this puticnlar instance is no excep- CONSIDERATION- 'OTHEH KOTE3.' : ,then taken Among the bills passedwas pertaining to the year 1891 A recent number of the Manufacturfrf indeed. ?know." ) Y

a-- Von to!' the rule; for the' truth>, that a the following up. :; : Referring the court and of prior years, remaining unex Record, a journal which keeps a vigilant Too"I.dangeroUs h Juld tay you so!'

tactus is practically all stem and no .THE: HOUSE. of claims, the claim of the Citizens' Bankof pended at that date; also to cover into watch of southern Industies, contains uYa-as mu t [oil in the interest of

; I c% lef.Te8what looks like a leaf being really loNDA1'-The house met at 11 o'clock Louisiana for specie taken from the the treasury, at the end of the first quar- : several. interesting' items concerning the ; know. By the way, Mr. 1891 5

.' branch sticking out at an angle.'_ The Monday:with less than 75 members in at- bank by General"Butler, with an amend- ter of the next fiscal year, all unexpended ''rvrlonment of our timber interests. Of: humanity> you ha accepted me i

..:..;'J. true bares, iNhere are any, are reduced tendance. Mr. Butler, of Iowa, made a ment excluding: the allowance of interest.At balances remaining to their credt from the only distinctively Floridian WOUI j Bullion, Jour'dauhter called to ask your consent.'; Intlieplaceofa womatrt
:'f. to mere the surface of the check and the pencil cedar it and I hare who's weak, ailing, and miserable?
I- spines or prickles request for the consideration sen- laid aside appropriations of 1892, to on known in commerce, '
, ". .hUe the branches in the prickly pear ate bill to grant a pension to ex-Senator and 2 o'clock"unfinished the calendar business"was' taken up, July 1892, aminst any balances has been reported of lat-that the supplyhas l lie got it. why not be a woman who's healthy--;.

I and many of'the ornamental'hothouse George W. Jones, of Iowa. Watson, of the senate bill to provide for the standing to their official credit in pay- become nearly exhausted. One I' Child. happy, and strong? You can b

;: *: cactuses are flattened 'out like, a leaf to Georgia. objected. Then Mr. Watson's being of violations of the treaty ment of public dues without regnrd toalprOpriatiOfls the most interesting .f Florida trees, and. A Considerate You needn't experiment. l"hf-
perform,fol'ar' functions.-Grant Allen in resolution requesting the committee on punishment of aliens. S.veral were and to make requisitions Inc that ia abundant in the northern and didn't yon 5Ylas' change is made, safely and surelf,
I rights speeches red
Popular\ Science the sub treas- such funds be necessa" counties is the sweet or Small Boy"Maflma
Monthly. ways and means to report made for and against the bill. Pending lor only as may y western bottoms it week wanted the butcherknifean' with Dr. Pierce'fl Favorite Pr
ury bill was adopted without objectionor for the prompt fulfillment public engagements gu.. In some of the river you
'''' :: There is more catarrh in this section of the debate. Mr. Watson having achievedhis discussion the senate adjourmd.TUESDAY. "as the same 0 arise from be found seven feet in diameter and .th hatchet sharpened I" scription.It's .
may !
'p, country than all other disases pat together, Immediately after opening may I did., Bess
of 8uburb-"Iodeed that rests with
and until the last few years was supposed to object, withdrew his objection to the thejilendar month to month. Disbursing officials arc rising es straight 8 a mast to a height,: Mis. are. a matter y ?1
'' ,' : be incurable. For a great many years doctors Jones pension bill, and, on motion of Mr. proceedings in the,senate Tuesday required to settle accounts monthly instead over one hundred feet. Formerly the hN little heart 1 how thoughtful you Here is the medicine-the only on.,
It local disease, and was taken and aarge num- dull to be "9ete9'V"Well
pronounced a prescribed as
.f-. Henderson of Iowa it'as taken up of At the the considered almost worthless, They are both so woman's peculiar wealoie8ien
local J't'1Ded1oI and by constantly failing to ber "f bills disposed of. Among those quarterly. present wood was 'em arjund to the for
-' cure treatment, pronounctd it In- up and passed. Mr. Kilgore was effect of this order will be to retain more but "f< late years it has come to be highly Til take and diseases that's guaranteed
.. curable. Science has proven catarrh to be a in and his objectionwas passed were the following: Appropriating available for the current waLts of furniture manufacturers.The sharpener's for you.f
also attendance! money esteemed by It must give satufa
. constitutional and at do such j
disease therefore requires $300,000 each for public buildings : of to offer to help you.
Mr. to the utiliz ng "How sweet you
the of obstacle
defeated the
----. .constitutional tNatment. 11.11's Catarrh Cure. by request Oakland and fr-an Diego, Cal. ; senate bill treasury. only serious my little cherub. tion in every case, or the money;.!]
manufactured by F.J.Cheney& Co, Toledo. of Nebraska for the consider- the has been the difficulty things for your mamma, ,
Bryan of sweet
Ohio is the only constitutional cure on themarket. to submit to the court of private land gum for u." returned. Take it, a-11
S It them y promptly
. It is taken Internally In doses from ation of the bill for the erection of a claims the title of William McGarrahan experienced in drying toe wod. contains Il wrap up I want You
.. : lOdropstoateaspoonfuL It nets directly upon pedestal for the statne to General W. T. ALL OVER FLORIDA.News amount of sap, which sour don't wrap them up. you're a new woman. caafi
, -: the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. of Texas was also to Rancho Panoche Grande. Cal. This a large of them to show. There's a boy out therewaitin' ford to make the trial, for yc1nothing'to
C :' They offer f 100 for any case it fails to cure. Sherman. Mr Bailey, claim aiises out of a grant made by in the ordinary process drying I w'en he
_.- Bend for circulars and testimonials. Addrtss on hand with,his demands: for a quorumon of imrairs the beauty of the wood. The to lick me. but guess" & lose. ,_,
'4 F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo,O. Manuel Micheltorena, governor Upper he'll home. Street
; : bill called Mr. of drying sees me comin' go need be
.. the private Op by Random Record describes a new process But do urgedf.j
:, S ursold by Druggst: ,75c. California, to Vicente P. Gomz, in 1844, of the State Gathered at Smith's Good News. you
' McKiuney, of New Ilampshire.and almost and SIcGirrahan. It has by which this difficulty is comp'etelyovercome. .
purchased by
r.' The tuft n who fails in business and continues three of an h jur elapsed beforea The lumber is first steamed, '
quarters Presented.
to live in la thief. been be'ore in one shape or another Paragraphical
luxury a congress in
Printed. size
Ever don't.want a pffl-4
7". quorum appeared and the measure was for The calendar was and then by mea is of dry heat and a The Only One ? You '
,, FOR Dyspepsia. Indigestion and Stomach pa'sed. The floor was then accorded to many years. the bill -- vacuum all the moisture is extracted CAN YOU FIND THK WORD means disturbance. You want,
.f laid aside 2 o'clock pump In
at advertisement
: 'disorders use Brown's Iron Bitt The Best p.m. 3-inch display
', ..: Tonic,it rebuilds the eybtem,cleans the Blood the committee on the District of Colum- to provide for the punishment of violations A party of gentlemen is organiz'ng at in the space of a few hours. A ship this There paper is a this week,which has no two words suits. With Dr. Pierce's Pleats I

' '. and for strengthens weak and debilitated t hmuscles.! A splendid tonic bia. A bill giving the district commissioners of the treaty rights of Ti umllr to s art fur the southernmost ment to Engl>nd of sweet gum lumber alike except one word.each The week same,from is true The or Pellets, smallest, cheapest, easiest

.,': persons. authority to supervise the management aliens was taken up, Mr. Morgan point of Florida to'locate a. town to bt treated by this process netted f 65 per each Dr. Barter new one Medit appearing Inn Co. This house placesji take, you get the best results I S
;1 :t There is past: which is gone forever. But of all street railroad lines within continuing his argument in a-i- called "Zee." 1OCO feet. The same process is applicable "Crescent"on everything they make and rub Constipat
< 'i there is a future which is still our own. the city was passed a'so an amendent kinds of timber and it it Look for it tend them the name 0 Headache, Biousness
; other '
vocicy of the bill. At the c'oeof ,to __ Uh. and they return you BOOK. BBAOTI- Indigestion derange
: Dr.T.J.WillIamson Eustla Fl&. "The was adopted providing for all-night cars to of value IU uu-: wil ,
: moved special
says his Mr. Morgan likely prove Or FRI
argument Dr. James II. died nt Taila- SAPL Stomach and Boi
bottle of Randolph r Liver
Bradycrotine you sent! me was given running at intervals of half an hour. comi' the objection to several of the ,
4 .4. '' ,." three They said ladies the who effect were was suffering instantaneous from headache.and very After,passing a few more local bills, the c-Jgn with re'ationsthat the assi nt of the the committee bill should on for-go hesscc a f< w days ago aged 83. He wa kinds g of southern great swamp timbers, the To read without reflecting i like eating are prevented, relieved, and.\cured -

r- atlifaotory.." All druggists,fifty centa. house adjourned. born in Virginia, came to Tallahassee in difficulty in drying out the with without dgfstng.______
Debate the sap
till next D"c -mb'r. on
1836 and has reside I there since
TuESD In the house Tuesday Mr. ever thin Blood,Weakness,
which are gorged. FOR impure or Mara
continued Messrs. they
bill Turpie,
was by .
for few when he'was superintendent and
Stewart, of Texas, from the committee except a years Neuralgia, Inl eston ,
Hisoock Georse Teller and gives strength. .
THAT Giay, of the insane asylum at Browns
back the .
rivers and harbors, reported others. The matter finally went over Weather and Cr.ps.Bulletin making old persons feel young-and young
river and harbor appropriation bill with Ptttiatrew from Cbattahoochee. No. 12 of the Florida weather! persons strong; pleasant to take.
without action. Mr.
p : the senate amendments thereto. with the service in with the United found In what
the committee on quadri-ccntennial reported co-operation Our motive power is 8lwa's
A recent issue of the Press and Horticulturist
recommendation that ,the senate amend- ft j tint resolution directing the States weather bureau of the dt'pntme&: 'Vre lk.BEYCAJ'. _ ______ I
TIRED FEELING cted to. at Riverside, Cal., is largely
ments be non-concurred Obj holiday of agriculture, for the week ending May PILLS are a painless and effect OLISH
president to proclaim a general
; devoted to the discussion, historical and dtsor-
The bill was referred to a committee 20 1692, is as follows: Reports from ali bilious and nervous
the whole. The house then went into a commemorating the four hundredth anniversary otherwise, of "weet stock vs. S'.ur st< ck in Marion, Polk and Vo- ders. For sale by all druggists. DLcFd5. Palata
. ; : Prevails with its most enervating and discouraging -, committee of the whole, Mr. Letter in the of the discovery of America on for oranges," and Florida's contributionsof lusia counties indicate a slight Improvement afflicted with sore Dr.I"aac Thomp the handa.injure the iron.ars3 burn oL ,
c effect in spring and early summer, when October 12, 1892. Placed on the calen both kinds to California is extensively J eye sell at Tbe Rising Sun Stove oiIsiI is BT111J
chair the civil nppropriation groves in the sections 2 btle.
"' ;. the days grow warmer and the toning effect of on sundry dar. The senate then adjourned. in the crop situation In's Eye-water.Draggista pr less Durabie.and the consumerp pays los a
referred to both *
action of was favorably and glasn package With every pnrctvTHE -
the bill. The only importance named. Tains: in the northern or
S cold air, is gone. HOOdS Sarsaparilla WEDNESDAY.-After the morning rou-
speedily "that tired "whether the decrease of the appropriation for the unfavorably. The subjtct is one in northeastern portions of Leon county
S overcomes feeling, tine business, Wednesday the senate
which Florida who
.' 44 caused by change of climate,season or life, Alaska boundary survey from $35,000 to took the resolution offered by Mr. our nurserymen ship have saved the oat crop in that section

: .. by overwork or illness and imparts a feeling $10,000. Pending further discussion,the Morgan up, on the 3ht of March, directingthe young trees to that stat have a deep inter- and greatly helped all other crops
est and should read the -SiFPofnts
strength,comfort and self-confidence.Kidney house adjourned and a democratic caucus committee on finance to make an examination they arguments. Planters in this section find the present
S announced for 8 o'clock Tuesday '
' Trouble. was and report in relation to cur- dry weather favorable for working young i
.. evening. Florida Produce in New York-Good cotton. In HiUsborough a marked improvement
and and to the effect of
X have been troubled with kidney difficulty aency coinage, as
WEDNESDAY After routine busi- cucumbers well $2 to $4 is ONLYTRU5giIRON
are conditions
some selling per in. the
'. for several years. It had assumed an alarming the act of July. 189\ on the price of crop r o
ness the house on Wednesday went (r.tte; the bean market is overstocked.It in tho of tiuck. '
called for noted especially case
Si condition. I commenced the use of Hood'sSar.parflla silver bullion. :Mr.\ Morgan ,
.. into committee of the whole on the sundry won't pay to ship cabbages-they arc No rain has fallen in the north- I -
,and in a abort time a change for the the jeas and nays on the ad'-ption of the :
better came that seemed almost incredible. I civil appropriation bill. The first resolution. Mr. Morrill moved the refer- plentiful at $1 to $1.50 per barrel, i east portion. Light showers have t

would recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to all subject consider was the appropriation ence of the resolution to the dnance com good; tomatoes (carrier crates) $1.75 occurred in the fouthern part of

S c that are suffering with the same disease which f<-r the government exhibit at the world's mittee. The motion was defeated-yeas, $3: tomatoes, (bushel Crates) $1 to$2,25, the peninsula, but owing to the small iTON' ; i1

_- :' _' cause such great suffering." L.M.STANLET, Columbian exposition. Mr. Honk, of 17: nay, 28. Mr. Vilas called. for a according to qualty.Jlcksonvie I number of crop correspondents and poor :I

S Oanartota, N.Y.Hood's. Ohi. offered an amendment appropriating division of the question-the resolution Markets-Oranges scarce, I mail facilities in that region has been ,-t. :

: Sarsaparilla $1OOOOO to pay the expense of collecting containinr several distinct propositions to $3.50 per box; pine. found somewhat-difficult to present a Will purify ,HLOOBV'KIDNEYS remote '
and acts apple$5 to $7 crate Peento benefits disorder,build lire '.
: preparing publishing and Mr. Morgan modified the resolution ; per ; comprehensive statement of the appetite restore '
. 4 ,! Cures and statistics pertaining to the industrial by adding a new paragraph instructing peaches, $4 to $5, carrier crate. Toma- derived therefrom. Light rain on the vigoroEyouth.indigestion "
of United States citizens of $1.50. carrier crate onions $1 to ,tt.mIngibsolntelTen
advance the finance committee 'ots. ; 18th afforded relief to the extreme _
to report a temporary
.5 : Where other preparations fail Be sure to get African descent from January 1, act providing for the coinageof sup. $1.23. per crate; cucumbers, $2.5O per northwestern p rtion of the stale, ON: ENJOYSBt Mid brgtlnLIDIS *

Hood'a Sarsaparilla. It is Peculiar to Itself. 1853, to January 1, 1893, to constitute a plementary gold and silver bullion on.equal terms ciate; new Irish potatoes, $4 to $5 per while refreshing showers occurred alongthe the method and when Po :,n :

i ; HOOD'S PILLS cure liver Ills,constipation part of the government's exhibit. In ns to each metal, and authorizing depositors barrel: cabbage, $1.75 to $2 per barrel; eastern coast That no substantial l of Figs is taken;respite pleasantand E ( i snfferbiK des from receive eompl: -

: ,biliousness,Jaundice,sick headache. speaking to this amendment, Mr. John- of gold or silver bullion to receive sweet potatoes 75c per bushel. benefit has .n d from the week's to the taste i and acts | collar to their '
son of Indiana made reference to the from the unhopeful refreshing I JiMVMHH. a safe, ipee4ycuri.rose '-
: rainfall is evident .
its mint value.
coin certificates for it at b'- om ou checks,beautifies Corn
force bill and stating that President Harrison Mr. Stewart reinforced Mr. Morgan witha Mr. Samuel F. Keely has fifty-two tone .f the reports at hand. gently yet promptly on Kidneys, So!. verrwhere. All genuine keelS I ICre
' Ft'IOTHERS1 had stood for the measure and was Liver and system ..nt." Bend UsA cent itamp foiJH. .
affected droughtcorn :
: straightout free silver coinage speech.At acres in orange groves on Lake Crystal, Among the crops by Bowel cleaseste pamphlet. :: .
: still in favor of it. The allusion to the 2 o'clock, as the regular order, the four miles south of Sanford, which havi- seems to have suffered least. While cold DH.HA8TER MEDICINE C0..St. : 'J

FRIEND I "force bill" brought a number of demo- bill to punish violation of treaty rights ben successfully irrigated during the this crop has begun to wilt badly it still aches and fevers and .

: crats to their feet, and Mr. Johnson was of aliens was taken up, despite Mr. Mor plst tbe:years. The.trees in the groveare retains enough lite to promise good results constpation. Syrup of Figs i the Dr. S. C. Parsons.1

.. & : .: deluded with questions., Mr. Johnson gan's protest, and he gave notice that he five years old nnd ful of fruit. Thy in the event of timely rains. of its kind produced Blood .,;
in favor of
. ; To Young I replied that the president was would move to take up his resolution are watered by pressure from a Except in some portions of the pleasing the and acceptable Purii"

... I. any system of constitutional legislation! alain! at. the conclusion of the speech of ten-horse power Worthington: steam southern part of the penin- to the t t in C 1

; 3 i;:I, I Mothers I It' that of would the south guarantee the right to the to cast lowliestman his Mr. Gray, who had the floor to debate pump, which, during the past two t-ula the smal fruit and vegetable crops soil its action and truly beneficial, prompt in its : .
: the alien bill. Mr. Morgan replied to months, has been running five days in have fliled. That well cultivated
vote without fear, favor or intimidation. and had not resists the effect of the drought better effects, prepared only from the most eRema.Y ,
: : i :Mr. Gray's argument, completed each week. The tree", as consequence,
: \ He was surprised, in view of the appoint- his argument when the senate ad- have lost no foliage or fruit from the pro- than that which i poorly tilled i h a 1 interesting healthy and agreeable substances, its S
fj '
t't't J 'tIIJz I :. ment of the president, that the imputa- journed. longed drought. this method of irrigation fact brought out by correspondents many excellent qualities commend itt S from ;

i.. ... .. tion should be cast against him thit in THURSDAY.-At the opening of its not only neutraIzesthe effects of at stations widely s-p ir ste&. A few all and have made it the most a ing ipu.LV' .tt''
---.. 4r.g ..-- ......-.. the distribution of patronage he had not th the Pr:08_ r:
: '-'-- --'_-_ -.. session Thursday morning Senator Stew- prolo'tged spring drough., but lessens reports -tate .t the fl\ing.f young popular remedy kow '
;: Makes Child Birth Easy. recognized the colored man. He then art caught th? senate napping, and madea the cost of f< one applica- fruit of the orange mango is far in Syrup of sale in 50c \ SOL ] _
cited a list of colored men appointed by tike the free of which might be zip. Dr. R.C.PusobiI i '
motion to up pending 'ion a. jeir being made by Mi. Keely since excess anything and $1 bottles all .
by leading drug
; Shortens Labor :' President Harrison to important offices. bill. Before the senators actually the ascribed to the effects of drought. They I Ph ta 1
S coinage irrigating: plant was put in at a cot reliable s _____
5 Then there was a scene of great confusion ; gists. Any druggist who 400 pages, profuRelylllustraL .. _
' : ... Lessens Pain, realiz-d what thet motion was the of agree that' their respective sections hive
. in the hall Dozens of members were Vi.000.'I' not have.it on hand will pbletsque'8tion lisiior priT-te infoniWBflOl _
the roll. Then' there 'P1iglcr before been visi'ed droughts but thatat may '
clerk was calling by pr "
the : il
Endorsed with :
; by Physicians. : of charge, nUmp -
: on their feet, raising:; their voices and has there such the i- cure it for one who ollru" Savan.sbJGOLD I _
/ ; JBoofc(o.'Noth r."mailed THEE. midstof was a stampede from the chamber by the Horse Palace. I no time been a promptly any DR. ,
: : crowding into the aisles. In the who feared the issue. Senator of the fruits above named. As wishes to Do not
> BRADFIELD RECULATOR CO. senators The NeW York Sun has bteu publsh-i ding yet try It accept any 181
,-' ATLANTA GA. c the confusion, Mr. Johnson's time ex Hill war: one of those who declined t'> ing some illustrated article on only the foliage and fruit of these trees substitute. MEDAL. PARIS,

%_ | BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. pired. He resumed the floor, .however, C'-mrait himself by a vote. Mr. Stewart's of millionaires, and Mr. Henry s1bles have been affected, the trees remaining CALIFORNIA FIG W.BAI EB&C0.1Breakfast '
'- ... and in vehement ] to SYRUP CO.
.i' -mu u.uUO..u I MM proceeded language resolution passed by a vote of twenty- Flrgler seems to possess a veritable u'injured. In the western and r or them ''
denounce the treatment of the SAN
negro ] eight to twenty. This vote probably represents it the but portions farmers have not planted '
:, the democratic of the southern states i quine palace, being largest, LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. H.Y.
Kennedy'sMedicalQiscovery party the sentiment of the senateon not the most elaborate, in the city, occupying cotton on account of the dryness of the''
and as ho was as vehemently contradicted the question. The debate three large lots. Both the carriage soil. The he viest rainfall for the week from which the xoeiief<____

. by a number of members from the then commenced on the bill:!, floor and the upper story are furnUhed in was 62 at Ocala on the 19th. Out boa been remorcoV'

south the house became a perfect bedlam and went on until adjournment. elegant style: with all the modern im of a total of twenty-sevtn stations "GermanSyup" It absolutely pi***

: the chair being utterJy: unable to Theprincipal speech of the day w-s delivered provements, the walls and ceilings being only thirteen report .rainfall; of it it..hthia4
the semblance of order to
or confine -
Johnson's remarks to the by Senator Morgan, of Alabama, frescoed. As Mr.Flager spends most ul! these latter, eight report less NoChemiare _
Takes hold In this order: ques- who d'-cl-ired that if both parties nominated his time in Flotida during the wiuter than one-fourth of an inch. Following used In itt preparal
tion before the house. Several members candidates for president who were ind at his summerhouse at Mamaroneck is a summary of rainfHl for tire week: 1 baa more them Ares ttmt i istrtngth

.. Bowels! finally succeeded in making themselves opposed to< free coinage, the,great: mass of the rst of the year, he has le.;ed his Ocala, .62; .8; Oxford, .20; L of Cocoa miiell"_ _

heard, after much effort, and replied to the people of the f ouniry who were infavorof h'.rse mansion Mr. John D. Rockefeller Orange City, .54; Tampa.31; Tarpon and Starch la,therefore Arrowroot far or morefBomlcal
& bitter
in II
Mr. Johnson terms as as
Liver, the free coinage of silver, would have the pesident of the Standard Oil Company Springs, .24; Chipley, light rain on 18th; ,totting lea ttaa< _

own, but with greater Hooker dignity.of Among Missis but little preference for one over fhe who wi make some improvement Homeland, .02; Myers, .15; St. Petersburg I eentacvp.1tisdtIkU' _
these Messrs.
t* were other. The inference drawn from his in the arrangements and keep .30; Archer, .08; Ptnsacola .12; four- ishlag. strengthening. _____ __
" Inside Skin sirpi; Johnstone of South Carolina; remarks was that thousands of people bio cotchera: and fleet-footed roadsters Manatee, .18; The temperature for cold CIQZSTED, and admirably adapted" ._ _
O'Neill, of Missouri; Stockdale, of Mississippi M well for In health.
who want financial relief, would be the week was in excess of the normal persona
,O tside Skin and Mr. Cheatham, of North there.'P which resulted in a hoarne and Sold Grocers rrwh Jsv ji
forced to jon the thirl party. Pending i especially in the western and northeastern bj :. .
Carolina, the only colored man in .the the debate the senate where the cough which me from &CODorcheiterX '
: adjourned.; portions, departure averaged fling W.BAKER
&R : DrtTtat TCTjtUaf tefor It that onfbt to t a onw house, regretted that this debate had low to Get Sugar Bounty. my pulpit for a number of
nearly two degress. There was
You know whether taken a political turn. It had not been NOTES. The followinJ extrncts from the sug-ir amount of sunshine in aver-the baths. After trying a physician, on*
bounty ( of congress of October, age except BUGS
4 :; you need it or not intended injected.that He any appealed partisan to feeling the committee shouldbe Th- president Thursday, issued a 1890)). may be of interest to sugar producers western portion, where an excess of 3 without obtaining relief I saw the ? _

proclamation promulgating a reciprocity : "All producers of ar who in- per cent a day was noted. Fresh to brisk ad your and JED you 1 Thin query 1 __ _
F_;& .*> j Sold by T druggist andmnufoturvd_ by to set aside political and rack feelinz! with S as th< warm weath aaT
; He wantedto treaty Austra-IIunnary.! terms tend to apply for the bounty on sugar southerly winds prevailed during the obtained a bottle. I received quick DEAI $
and this
" give appropriation.
DONALD KENNEDY similar in f with _
are to those rcc Ger- I dur the week. and
produce from
1, permanent I hesitate t
see the democratic and republican par: ng year July help. never killer. It curl

'/ ROXBURY, MASS. ty come together and help the negro and many, Italy and Switzerland. 1892, to July 1, 1893, in order to be entitle MORE TERMINAL NEWS. to tell my experience. ReV.W are a promoter does a leaf of; "Sleep la a sure preTenUre In Pease.or"l lIs ___ ___

; ; . . do something for him. (Applause.) This the There was a desul of ory, riff discussion upon tbfr to must,after April and prior toJuy -- :H. Haggerty, Martinsville, N.J. @ "Cen ta.at Rtnret or by malLFUEJD'K < .
general subjct t legislation by 1, 1892, file a notice and make ap- DUTCilER8U.
'i the ended the incident Mr.. Bergen's last Drexel ,
: Tutt'a Tiny Fills act-a kindly on Morgan & Co.
the senate finance committee Tuesday plicition for a license. This notice to Take
; -, .child,the delicate female or Inftrm. amendment was withdrawn and the house
e old age as upon the vigorous came back to the pending bill. Mr., but no effort was made to secure action should be in duplicate, and be filed with Hold of Affairs. '

Dockery, on behalf of the subcommittee upon any of the house tariff bills that are the collector of internal Tevenue of the A New York dispatch of Thursday WINSHIP MACHINE I 11

; Tuti'sTiny Pills;: of the committee on appropriations now on the calendar of the committee.It proper district, who will retain one copy says. For several days a quiet move- .

-' .five tone and ctrenrtlxAO the weak! offered 'an amendment reducingthe appears that there is no probability of and forward the other to the commIssioner ment has been on foot among security ATLANTA, CA. }

'' stomach. ,bowels,kidneys and bladders stlary of the director general of the< an early report by the committee upon of internal revenue. The application holders of the Richmond Terminal to ': Cotton. Gins Cotton Pre;* f'

: : . . world's Columbian commission of $8,000, these measures. for license will be on the same form request Drexel, Morgan & Co. to take up i ad .. _

and of the secretary to 3000. This Mr. Mitchell, from the committee on as the notice. The notice and application the reorganization of the Terminal com UpPackingDovrn.Packlnjr, Self-Packing- 1 I _.." .'
ASTONISHING amendment was vigorously opposed but privileges and elections, on Tuesday, reported for license will be required annually pany. A circular letter addressed to that Our 4'Inches'aDe 5 Inches in diameter.:3 .e'p

to the senate resolution hereafter, prior to the first day of July.A house has been Cotton Gin New Patent RevotvU .
: TONIC FOR, WOMEN. it was adopted. Mr. Johnstone, of South a joint very numerously signed. I Straightens the Fibre 'that
and improves the sample so
', cELB.E'8 Carolina, offered an amendment providing proposing a constitutional amendment .bond must be executed by every per Spencer Trask, John B. Bloodgood. and I mands the Highest Market Price i,H'> '
that no part of the amouit appropriated providing for the election of United son or firm intending to manufacture and others have been quite active in the mat ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEn3TB' :'t.t t. '

for the world's Columbian! commission :States senators uy thj popular vote. lie produce *uiar under the bounty provisIons ter. conference. committee was appointed -. Gins furnished with Heads wh.oWBITB .

: : WIIJcOF shall be available unless the doors of the said that the members of the committeewere of said act prior to July first of each and a meeting held. The committee :_ :Revolving CJJc4U _'lJcr. Y.( .'

; exposition shall be closed on Sunday. divided on the subject and would year, on the prescribe 1 form (No. 278)), was comprised of J. C. Mahen, .' .>".:../,' "
Vi IIIL Pending further action the committeerose make: separate reports. The joint resolution which must accompany the notice and W. H. Goadley, G. F. Stone, Samuel '1.I -,

: r-ir" leaving Mr. Johnson's amendment was placed on the calendar. Ipplct'o" for lcense.; The bond will Barton Swerome, U. B. Schlev, W.
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- as'amended and Mr. Stone's substitute as Representative Livingston, of Georgia, in accordance with tbe in- Joseph Blagden, Herman Clark, i .

amended still undisposed Of and the has made a request of the committee on structions printed on the form." Jlonson, G. Foster Peabody, J. A. Rutherford 6i LOVELL DUMflNn CYCLES

: house adjourned. I rules to set aside one or two days for the J. H. Davis. 'Henry Clews and '__.4___ For Ladle and Cents. an styles -

CAROUI THURSDAY.-Cheatham of Norlh Carolina consideration of the sub-treasury bill by The "Contract System." John Bloodgood. The result of the meet IflPnUatICCUIOflan4IIdTIm I DumortdI. Fr.,,... St..' -
Drop Stwl
the colored member who poured oil the house. It will be granted. Thereis Tne most interesting and importantevent ing,was unanimous upon the adoption of _I Tubing.Adjutsbi.B.Jfsuingtosi foTfttgt, runnin.parti,

on t.e! troubled waters Wednesday: was a disposition among all the membersof of the past week in congress frorx the resolution asking Drexel, Morgan & I including PrnJala. Su>pniion Saddle.jSrtrietjr ," Sac

recognized in the house Thursday morning the house to bring the matter up and 'he standpoint of the Florida interest ha Co., to undertake the reor an'zation. I BIGS. GRASS in Z.*+, ':

1'S It the the to ask consent for the considerationof dispose of it finally. When it does come been the passage of the river and harboi :- tidcasts U staqiBa far our 100-page 1 ultra ;
Strengthens Weak Quiets Ik. lotrae ef tiuu,tiles, Revolvers, t i
tMsi.qi.1W. Sporting jj
Nerves, Relieves Monthly the bill appropritin $lOOOOO for uJ?,- there cau be no trimming.. Memberswill bill by the sena'e, with the amendment FOR MORE PENSION MONEY JOHN P.
and'Cures the compilation or Mntistics showing the have to! show their hands as being; placing the work at the mouth of the St. LOVELLARM3CO.Mfr3.,147WsshIflgtoflt.$0T01,!

Suffering progress of the colored race fro n January squarely for or against it. Johns ui. der what is known as the "con Commissioner Raum Makes

FEMALE DISEASES.ASK 1. 1862. to Jtlnl1arv 1. 1892 M' Kilff! re. The silver senators feel quite jubilantover tract sy-tem." In so far as it applies tc an Appeal '

DRUGGIST ABOUT IT. of Texas, objected, and the house went their ,victory, which was brought this most important work in Florida it to the Appropriation Commit '

r', $1.00 PER BOTTLE. into a committee of the whole, Mr. Lester about by the adoption of Mr. Stewart's may be interesting to indicate fomewbat'n A Washington! dispatch Thursday ........J, _

: 'CHATTANOOGA !MED. CO, Chattanooga,Twin.A in the chair. on the sundry civil appropriation motion to take up the pending free coinage detail what i's methods and advantages says: Commissioner Rum has asked the as'S

;;: bilL The pending que bill in the senate Thursday, and they are. In the last river and har- appropriation the house fora

' k .-i Sample Book Cake of Lter Soap and 123 1 tlon was on the subject of the declare a free coinase bill will be passed bor bill, that of theFifty-first congress deficiency appropriation of $7,000,000on C.ns.ptlws. and psopis ?

,' -. | patje and Beauty on ; Illustrated niatologrk ; Sunday closing of the World's fair. by the senate. la that event, the bill a plan was adopted for certain account of pension payments for the who s.sbold have weak us. Plies lance or C Aath-for

SS'_ ,\on and Skin Blood,Scalp diseases,Keirous sent Mr. Dockery, of Missouri, offered as a will! be sent! to,the house, and that body work?. by which a given snm was appropriated balance of the fiscal year. He- said tht Consumption. 1$ Mi r.4th..and.

Vaim eledfor 10C.J also substitute the following: Provided, will take it up for consideration. If the for the ensuing fi c il year anda he had t19OOOo on hand and would Moss. ilianot.. Iss bad nOllnjnp IstaLi. IIrr'

tjj 3 S uir -.remenu, like that the government exhibit at thWorld's senate, passes it, the house will have to clause added authorizing the "ar department need $ the two remaining iltaths bisseoIbsZ '
To Birth Marks' Moles : I
'4LY Wrta" India Ink and Columbian exposition shall not do likewise, and the bill will then go to to enter inlo contracts for the months of the present fiscal year. When Sold
:r S wdftsrklScsni'flU.iMnss be open to the public on Sunday." the and Cl mpletion of tbe'entire.work and last before the committee Commissioner 1 I
place him in the em- ; providing :
of oas Sn. pZldent
*I Adopted. The question then recurred on that Baum estimated that all of the
be .
perflnona Hair Pimples. either having to shal mld( presentappropriation
' S., .. q( II. >V.odb.ry, 125 W.44d ., the original amendment 'as, "mended by; sign or veto pslton from time (to time to carry the con- would ,not b expended :

: .1d Dernatoloflst HU.Sew York Clt/. the substitute, and it was adopted. The Unexpended trncts. By this'plan it was felt that' ad during the_current fiscal year. 'The com-"

,'i t Cooaaitatloatree by letter.m &t officer The expended balance Baa.ce of.,public vantagepua cntc could b mal aid m ttee was notsatiafiej. with. the sailmntessubthitted & :
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'THE SENATE. moneys now the hands of disbursing savings the :the > by the commissionerand lO&.ISI J JI A
MOmJAy-In' the senate Monday Mr. U work vrill fttuuas him _
Officeriii$22,59,9OO. Secretary Foster, ip.u.I was argued that a, fe in reference
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. ". Vest offer d ".resolution' which, wu laid,- :.t'x ;: .1

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