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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 10, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ceme -'J" THE-SOUL'S----RIDE. .-I r[-aiIpointsilkehimixcept-' that he 'was fren sal livimble, by his dirton9 '. NEWS IN <

4tAAfflSWIEDLEt? : : aaae ,n.Mr.; Smedly'--t that's you like the;rush;;of;.1 sny"" .ar. and k t -..J'Ho ) sizes BmallerRumble being five-foot- dd It was evec her < GENERAL- .!
gamon ns knew no t _.' from the t bellowed
i tha ." springing; To in which Thamble -
dk f five-foot-fqur. way
,
jay. W.'r not fools, if, we be ;-> "*'- .' I or so, ah say te
4... .-.I You d look more'n thirty now ilnrt 't.fgjg,cfijfstaEB I. no j flying wild and free, :ithat smug gentlemen:were : -ooI"- putting his whole soul into 'of tns Day Culled from On
_ "
"Thirty-one.r said Smedley. >SAT JCB XASr:MOMENT. wht s b thy i : .', r horrified at finding themselves in company -: it and keeping his eyes fix on tho lunatic

:431: Th Menca,wa was over thirteen .For;:'several'lio'ursl before. these occurrence Whither speedest far f me. ". a madman, just whn'they in abject fear of offending hint. Rumble Telegraphic! and.CaWflDlspatcfces.: ,.;1
wt
ilf k b horse had been ascending the precipitousside Their remained while the luna '- .
small the iFm j business, ter. passive .: :
.. : War.' b4 -.: t enlisted when I was sixteen. '1 fough) of these mountains toiling throughthe the t get i'' u a their dinners turned ap. shots at him. Every time a I WUAT IS T.l 8PI 'BUGU01YOV ,- .
stopped
/: i som of its severest I denies, and penetrating the gullies. the valleys dark, I : digestion ; tok ;
i batles. auatheir business pellet into mouth he was obliged OWN COtrSTHY,ASD: ISTKBr -
them
hard brick inside
: S Capt's commission at Mon The road was winding and often obscure the hills conquer fate f to ; h .OE
braver Oe t
', r.'. *. ry, wher.I.. was ; often it ceased to be of the character utterly out of their heads. -with what wry contortions heaven EST FROM FOKBIGH ,L .' '..
JI1; I have "Take me with the, horseman : and the madman ..
swallow it -
fought hard and often for thii of a highway, and became a mere mil choking knows t-to I_' .
wrth
BY I.A; JAMES F. FITs country;" I never'. raised my hand against path.- This traveler 'was no stranger in Letmemadlyrldewiththeer'Aaheturnedlmetblseyes that he would wth on the with his burnt cork marked a line onTbflmble's Go's house Kansas .
>', heryet. .- this region,but there were places where check. When the pel Kingan & packing a
dress the and right .
soon :
: .
'W! J. The simple: } statement,the tone in whicl the way_became unusually steep and My'own slole back at me I 'a his relative.n tin'st mused let's fell it was either Thumble or,Jones Ci'y, was destroyed 'bjfire" Tuesday '

'S i&f* 'CHArran xi-contumed. I was uttered, made a certain impressioi rocky, and the direction was doubt t Ferry, Atlantic Monthly.UNEXPEOTEDjBUSINESS. prosecute Thuble who them down and then Thutuble's nfcht. The plant was ''valued at ,$1000,000s' ,- "A
*r ii,:GMmnonJ!. Ton want us to believe that on his captors. But .the Judge went oi ful, at which he would -L C that i he were molested nothing should gulped r.:

fon don) know what brings ns.here *fteziVe1J. with his question. and carefully examine the surroundings, deter him from bringing a action left cheek received the !(ors.Ts'delghtful'patim6 Fire Wednesday' 'morning'at Ooffvill- '. :

iTifSt t ti"t- "You won't'deny that you was"writin and then monnt again and resume his against'the railroad company, althoughhis lasted a far a Ore three-fourths of r

rl not kco'." ",. this here?'.and he held. up the unfinished I way: Though sometimes embarrassed friend Rumble was'a directOr of it, Iut did not1top; City the destroyed "ha '
of townv
: ,Jushall By mighty, wawonicijsse let r. I he never failed in' the end .to spell ,out and apprehension LamingoD and on, the lunatic raising uinc' poitionr the :

the dark a1out' tht -1 was writing it when you came.," I the right path. BY W. GR'1UY.6C too bot wondere' how the madman shrieks of laughter and throwing his pel basis $1OOOOOpartis1ly.insurcd. '. 'r

cfth6ngh,-; I believe reckon you know awel. a *Ad i reads well, tooS Listen to it:" He was at this time about twenty-five TJMBLE was direc.cTh wouldbehave hideus toward them. each time 'with greater; force. At John Simpson, dl1g0 dealer. New -

j. .yft you're a spy, sent IN THE CLINCH- J' years of age, and appeared, as he easily ..- ,. ton' of a railway let and itturned York made a for :
, ; find I doubt. the pellets were Ji Tuesay .
t"'Jheo; ont oil .about ns Union :EAST MOUAS.j sat on his norse,to be of medium height, and They were not kept'long ia lat exbaute the benflt of his creditor a
... ; take the news to old Harriioime Miss TENUSSE broad-shouldered and muscular. His company,- The lunatic eyed them rather affably out that Bwlowed to f 13,000. .

of his cut-throats. Maybe, i wtitidn Your cruel latter ia always with BM, 1 large, well-shaped head was covered ( Thumble had some than otherwise, and when he had taken eleven pills of Daily Telegraph, pr"f"renc.mountng "-

't come in here to-night, you'd ofl read It dally' wit such Heaviness 0 with brown hair which showed from under a-4 buine to transact stock of them, left his seat smiling to Thumble'and Jones nine between them, clure people Wash! ncty' ;; ;
lo-morrow; and we'd see of you'd beart. you never' know. with him. observed a day of fasting ad. 't
> net you his wide hat, his face was fresh and ,:: D They shake their hands. so the lunatic had by his rules won the Tuudaya
he'guidirg_the rebel horse up here to kill receiving I loft Vlcksturg; ii rosy, a curly brown beard and long a, -' were both bound his hands aud yelled, prayer because, they state, "of the ont '' !
:*o43=bum Th it'8 the charge Btranger1got was needless to tell you why I must departand : mustache it look and "How.do you do!" he said. "You game. He clapped their race in the :' :
yet I often gave a manly ; from have hot rageJnt"ce
. regret that I came ,: "I'm winner now pancakes upl
.; "'J"u'v to answer; and 'less SOl But what was I to do? I never could accept away. while the mouth was thus concealed, ., to 0 x Birmiha are going down to look at my ette" ; !'r we'l .ate. ;t

it belter'n I thi'you can, you hard condition; to live neat you and there was a straight,shapely nose above, k and SO. decided I "Yes, my I lOrd,"' interposed ser-. all round ,A,Vienna cablegram! states that the :
'1: : 1 swing from one of th0e tree not to see you not to speak you. would and there were two such large and deep _1p night, "these gentlemen asked leave "No, my lord. not hot pancakes, 'GaliciawaSvI5itcd -, :"
1 elow here'fore the moon is an hoair be impossible. I have not drawn my sword blue eyes as are not often given to a L that they yant; t prayed who had probably bad a town'of Ullanowa, in
-. travel with TOUT lordship, and I thoughtyou .Jone .. fire 4.
against by
the South how u a .
I
: can with -- ---
you man. His face, as he rode slowly along, could talk over their affairs in the train, of dainties before ana rewa. X.disatru WenedayTwo .
jA low; cerce murmur of assent ran against me? I hear of Union reverses: was a mirror thought. Anxiety would would allow them. tate thee hundred houses weredetroy ,, ...
the distance in
-og1 the room. Confronted at last everything do., Is doubtful; I know not what to be pictured there, then resolution would an express which does discussed "What, is he a lord!" whispered bred'them. insisted the persons were burned to deathExPresident / ":,.
fearful peril that menaced OIabel- two hours. They according And this rail "Ye yes, hot pancakes, ,
1 him flash from his eyes, and then sorrow or Rumble to the seant. Cleveland and family .
_j prisoner never lost his outward. cm. "How d'ye send such letters a thii apprehension of evil would take its the lighter topics during the snug dinner way director 'felt hk respect much increased lunatic, with maniacal glee. "Rumble, left New York Wednesday for their, summer .

ti poure-* tough his heart Bank at. the down do to tfot Vicksburgr"I send them., I never have lent place. The saddle that he bestrode was which they took together at the Great for a lunatic who might also bea Il slap your face; you'll pass the slap residence at Buzzards Biyt her: ",
t furnished with holsters, and once he Western Hotel 'and strttd into the find on to Thumble; Thu'be to Jones, and
i' ,?..You.aT no right to dispose of me in one. took out the pistols that they containedand station some five before the peer; indeed, he was prepared to Jones to me. as hard and they ipect to find rest and recreation. .
said show What write minute him not so mad after all. We'l I the heated season.
,.with a of calmeels. d'ye 'em for, then? carefully examined them. during .;
in the humor to look at their we've done eleven '
'*. ,Take me to headquarters; brine "To occupy my idle moments;to relieve At sunset of this day'he drew rein on start, just "You must call him 'my lord,' or elsethere'll Cat a we can Another great storm passed over Indianapblis -' -
'.'before the Union General and distraction." from a jolly point of view. the servant'sanswer. slaps, which is the number of my !cre. !
: Il my* one of the levels of these heights, and busne be row, was Tuesday and a .tremendousamount
liniwer to him on this What d'ye do 'em?" business not jolly, point n Now, look alive 1" I .
chre. wt looked away to the south. The whole a i And at the same time the 'V-Wack of water eU. A number of '.
, -A'eoomf laugh fm te greetedfeJSyi "I burn them up. region.was flooded-with light, and all its of view of men just dined is pretty certain lunatic shaken And before even see The water is
I. words Bad looked round with I kind of tri picturesque! features were spread beforeI I to be the wrong one, and a we having hand with what was coming he received on the street.were mbmerged. The .

I, %$3p"Union General! repeated Bai "Wa From the expression of the facet him as on I map. He could see I British plume ourselves on doing muchof Rumble and Thumble, sacb cheek,with the might of the'lunatic'sbrawny over first floor of lyhu
'f
1. ; t'lou' any; goodiwsyoutside. about him, it WI plain that this part OJSmedley's towering ridges that seemed lost in the business after dinner, this explain "I don't object at all yourtravelingwithme ; al slap which seemed to damage will be great. l
our a
of East Tennessee to find. story received no credence. horizon, the valleys that sheltered may for you seem honest fellows, Official adv ces hive been, received '
u
: fene, Ir kon As for Union headquaranywhere "What brought you up here anyway?' seen villages, and even thread-like how railroad diector in''their but tell me your name3." loosen all his teeth in their socket. from'Yemen to the effect that the recent

JM.yr evlwhe in pursued Baird. glimpses of the French Broad, winding jollity ofen'come queer decision. Rumble and.Th mble both gave their Roaring with pain and fury he jumped uprising in that district ended' in the submission

. ins. They're I "Can't you understand it?" The prisoner down toward distant Knoxville. Long about us. th i; only a note i adding, "my lord," directed, .up, but the lunatic was standing, of the revolting tribe, numbering :
thiitin; fit this They're spoke with impatience and i name a Rumble
looked
Jute iltaton. and earnestly he and a sign passing. and bawled"Slap Thumbe. ,
4 for they neither wanted a row. 60,000. The chiefs of the sent
},.v _.j and ? the Clinch MounrlaJasrwhere "If you are not.blocks of wood burst from his breast. Rumble and Thumble were not-des. scarcely knowing slapped trb ; ',

there's a man, woman 01 know wht those letters mea. I wantedto "And this region, too, must be given tined to do much business that"evening.When "Rumble and Thumble, repeated the Thumble and Thumble with a howl of their eldest BOOS a hostt: Tk.
-14: ;;(ittfld atserned to love the lind tat get away from men and women'to tri over to the flames and horrors of civil lunatic. "Well, I put you down on my isk authorities. '

& sSi: to fathers fought.for, and to hate to get away from myself. 'That is why ] war! Great God! to think of the misery they arrived on'the platform the visiting'list, and now we'l have a game. ., anguish, passed the blow on t Jones, W Wednesday morning work was resumed ;

, Mtrittocrats that want to split.it to came to this lonely" region There was nc that lain store for this innocent people! engine was getting up steam, the porterswere What shall it ., Do you know who, on trying to hit the lunatic, a per in the mills and factories of the Oxford ..:

.-,Union headquaer do you say? other reason How have we merited it? What have we hurrying to and fro, and it seemedto 'Frogs in the Rumble conVention, received. kick in the Iron and Nail factory at Oxford, 'N. J.

1t.- ae.Ad smote'' : -0, wasn't there? What did ye make all ever done that it should come upon.us? be a full train. Rumble and Thumble, "Oh not in the Pool' stomach _which sent him to the other The works have been idle for six ). .':

b.nere, an in the heart ofIi these pictures of the mountains and the Why can they not leave us in peace and trotting down the line of carriages to 'FIOg in evident my end of the carriage. W-whackl 1 down The have agreed to mont .
t skulks lord, servant, puddlers lavl
who for-if not send 'em the reb fight out their bitter feuds elsewhere? .
passes
t t look for in which the the second time on Rum.hue's '
they
a.comportment come slap heats. Some of the strikers threaten |
,: mill{hides from Harris'minions, and Ho asked the questions, and answered alarm. t ..
rsm'for tho that will 'the elI should be comparatively alone, were face, and was passed onv and thena the men from working. f '-
day bring prevent
; swear I had no such' intension. It them in his own mind as soon as asked "I will have 'Frogs the Pool,'" cried '
4 soldiers this and him unable to find one, and the station- third time. At the fourth deal the
give student reader Indianapolis
up way He of
was only to amuse myself and was a a his and Floods in the vicinity
ocupy my voice
the madman
" *. t" thinker. He knew the causes of the terrible master, who, sighting Rumble, bustled raising glaring agony of the situation became unendur caused by the heavy rains of Tuesday
-Z-en the prisoner was thrilled miWhat of that had been touch his hat and them in whereupon he drew from his pockets Thumble.their.chceisas '
, hmsel did ye goto Knoxville, a wee! conflict arms up to 'assist able. Rumble aud have caused the lo.s'of at least three
1. iq i:oat'inrsi of r eloquence; buttaker's ago? And what did Harris' soldiers let ye, launched upon the land, and he was ableto their search, was not more successful-a a copy of the Doily Telegraph and a gloss red a steaks, consulted each other lives 'Carl Weaver, aged nine years and
companions were simply foresee what all could not-its long, flask with a cork "Now
sherry stopper.
back for?
come result which gratified Rumble director with the and accord
: a eye, by common John Henderson:acd his six-year-old son
it. The cabin
awayby. .narrow .
I "I did not go ther.Yon bloody and devastating course. it him come and sit opposite me, all three of the madman and the ."
: .giih thiir snouts; cheers for Lincoln ? He turned and rode on. His face grew though disappointed a a sprang together on yelping were drowned. It ti rains .
"idn't added. "Rumble shall beFool
he
teand the Unio and'proans for GovernorPBsrris No. I started, intending to go then stern and moody, and, although the path man. As lat a first-class! compartment you, you despairingly to Jone to assist them. creeks and rivers are s l rising.V
Thumble be the and
r. made for moments a Babelj and get te-news and some supplies thatI was growing steeper and more dic1I .was perceived, out of the-window of' wi cow" my When at ten o'clock, the train steamed I I Advices of Wednesday from ,Guthrie, ";

'tfnoise could procure up here. 1 got within he urged his horse to a faster which leaned a stolid man in a'felt hat, servant Jones play the cl. into Oxford, 'woful crt were hear state that, heavy rains have

wjfijljwpeyou're,; &, stranger," said six miles of the pl.c and wns warned bj Twilight passed, the moon rose as he and with a briar-root pipe in his mouth. "Please do what he tell you, gentle from a carriage Oklhoma. the', ,rise r 01
when, the clamor Ladceased.. Union not to went on. He had no eyes now for the men 1" whispered Jones the hesitating emergin steam *pdly.'
l' a friendly woman fo on His arms were folded on the window. porters, on opening the descried and much damage done. ;
J the hands of tho men'who his ben
are of the
; Jhe found out rentiments imposing grandeur scene; his friend. And the two
i were director and
.wh' my frame and this and three
( & o and find i always suspicious. three bruised and bleeding passengers : reported that a man, o-
'; ng- t try you; if-they you by talking with she told me thatI had turned his thoughts upon with '
; ad soliloquy
?& a rebel spy, they'll hong would be the up here, upon those he had Rumble, climbing on the foot-board, gentlemengrimacing pardonable sitting in D row on the prostrate children were swept away 'anddrowne&, .

" 4 a pt10fbig won't be any delay about rebel army surely if-I got to conscripted Knoxville. ito let behind the previous day,with tear glanced through the side pane, and saw uneasiness, took their set facing the body of a man, who was tearing up the while fording the Canadian. river.- J r"r

, J.that part of it, nether.: How is it, bo late out to buy 0 very small store of prTiioe farewells, and upon the doubtfuland that there was one other man inside, madman and watched hi doings.He drugget with his teeth. Their face Minneapolis Tribune i.tlduS' a, ,, ;

ffwfll jou be jury and I the Jude? on the way and I started troubled future. A great fragment who to be sound asleep in a had torn up his Daily Telegraphand were battered out of all recognition, postal card vote of.the. t &'
ytffTb va one oui 'Aye"Afl was at Knoxville a month and learned of rock fell from a near the road appae was converting the into -
.? ago ci instantly laid his grasp'on pper god their noses were swollen thrice their national convention 'a to:their prefer- 4. J
| right, boys. I much catamount t .
haTn" la. be into a deep L"
to 0 sized pellets. When manufactured td
carf(1Her's the door handle. and for :Tnesday'night
natural size and their torn coats Tip
-t! ;, Lutiraclon I can .this; fro all called 'Har- screeched from a tree near by, and the enc preIdent "
tJ.I>M'a Justice of the mmt" below, eee'a What bok?" combined noises echoed and reverberat: 'Excuse me, this is taken," expostulated twenty he stopped and removed shirt were literally' drenched in blood. 283 replies been received, divided -: 5!

"1 J, '/for".eerhng'brk.up by; Tactes. to the study of war. The, ed among the mountains; the briar-root man- rather eagerly. the cork from his Sask, asking Jones fora It cued a pretty hubbub in the station; follows: Harrison., 180 f Blaioe .

f :tb i w : tel how to drill and manage ifnf1." hardly noticed them. "Reserved!" asked Rumble, with sudden -: light. Jonesatruck. a match and the the more so when Rumble and Thudble, 13; non. committal 54,.and '10. sattrioS #

J t. I'egot tbe.witnesses right here be you doing with It was, perhaps,two hours after moonrise lunatic carefully charred the end of his oil being extricated,took reviling each A dispatch ot Thursday frm Guthre. -

'11 .\ pT ye*."guilty; ,, and; Ilc,>m on -I vas a soldier in Mexico, I told yo. that he turned off through a narrow almost politeness."No, we should like to keep it to cork. Then, with the pellets in the palm other on the platform, and calling each says: 'In the c hai a .' .
r since inlere.tItudying ix defile-which led to a small level .
I have always taken a of one hand and cork between the finger hen's for
ourselves. The truth is
large
other
VsW e Sir""***riterrptec1 tb6,iuiso r. 1 the movements of troops." covered with trees. There was a small pusillanimous CUT. I 'eg..el' tme
and thumb of the other he ssid
I I : Monda breaking
.5': BjBTA't that you want Her&e exclaimed Burt HanWni.Tveheaid house, hardly more than a hut, and a This'impudence amazed and diguated for some cause or other bad bloo had during 'f

!i.s. pJdH me to sat.iafysome-ofour- that name befoie. I aw it in ahed behind it. Rumble. He was a conscientious director "Now we'll begin. You, Rumble arisen up between these two, has ows detroDg vegetation. and killing'

.f i-plbward the'rebels.. I believe you to b. a paper. He's 1 rebel,General. "This is the place," he said. who set his face against all will open your mouth wide and I shall not been appeased yet. Thumble threatened '. little town of Crney "

WJ J iWtuIt! men, if you are ron h in your ways. Smedley was tempted to smile, but th He rode up to the door and gave a breaches of the by-laws on the part of take shots at it with these pellets. The Ibe with an action, and was almost completely :!.ip .J.

\-ljf' $:I th can satisfy;on that 1 a not at lowering faces about him waroeA him loud "Hulloa!" A very small panel was the public. People who smoked in compartments pellets are frogs and your muth i the had to be company paid off. Rumble wished to body was injured, ho e '
.:!:. you take me for. Will you give of to be serf shoved aside, and the rider was con. '
this item was'thought
proof AU the that into the
: pool. frogs get your At Little Reck Ark. family of Cv
*- ,, within. not for the indict the madman's friends, but on being ,
me trial? Will from purpose
; judge me of inspected
.. you scious being appited J
_&
uth you'll swallow 'those that fall on L. Wol 'consisting' his '
mo ;
1 ..P1? jus.The "Who is it?" was demanded."Brandonfrom ladies who into the car menaced with ,a cross action for n, 1iCe'Ave'
;. .,4' :! :Jurt M fairly as it's in til to do. But book was written. 'The years author before was ther thiiwar"heexplained. Knoxville.* 'was riages, were abominable to him 9 but your lap or on the seat will be eaten by using "more violence than nec '* children and :ten boarders were '

:' :J"j*-Iw&xn3e-thero's s'.ronR ca.se agin you." an officer in the United States aimy." .the reply.: passengers who .tried t usurp more Thube, who i a cow and wi below toward an aficte man, desisted Sar' violently ill shortly'sfterbreakfast Tuesday -. '
k
ji'The prisoner looked calmly at his j judge Humph! Lots of 'em was, I hear, \rh The door was unbolted and flung open, places than they ,had, paid for were'his MIoo-oo-yl" the 'while; even money. On the whole, morning. The five physicians ta attendance : ;

'k' &.jury; and the'.wa. little of hope ts( secesh now.. How did you get thai and a middle-aged woman, clad in a special abhorrence. "I am a director, drop on the floor wi be for Jones, the however, this little tiff proved beneScial say that one third wilt die;" ,All '
as-hotlidtso,: Wallace Baird to Knoxville?" cotton with three or four calf who will bleat." are very' critically Ill. caused by poison ..j
t paper coarse gown sir he said and the station- the community for Rumble disliking
. rigidly before himthe. others stood i you did't g severely, to and '
fl it .f I poke of. somewhat ragged children at her heels, A broke out on administered in. theood, .01, by. '
: .ad leaned,on rifles.lixcept; the two gt horseman had seen .master cried, still greater severity : clammy perspiration superfluous expense,had always dissuaded '
ii The wit
thei' .. don't deny that you was born rushed out. I whom unknown.The -
Rumble and Thumble.
f: who held him .' He: knew that '"This the of from f .
Thumble forehead his
had before observed the gentleman a
I before and .
a. her ,
etblhin'efective
? dictor.n company
Mississippi ._
his of the steamer: Miranda
1 ,?they had come therenot. try him.;but traces of feminine beauty would have put in too. but The was quite close to them, communication b t passengers a punter
lingering l
: kl.itog he "No;; nor that I fled from there"when ] which arrived at New York Wednesday
made touched
saw their verdict obliterated care hot breath and wild eyes almost ..
h her almost now by with the
face, after from the briarwood but after his
: became afraid that I would have to join a protest ; journey
'api faces. as one will the hard life of these reneed theirs he his and gar morning from Central, American ,
and explanations
Yet. and sorrow door gave he better of it.' Hi lineis pi'
tell 1 wrencbedopen a
the army if I stayed. I you. was thought
' r .lrl clinpr to d to try rbl lunatc revolution has b
hop mountains. those hugh hands of his looked if they 'with excellent a'arox- reports that I .
1 w"inove them and direct app suferedforthe Unon-prh1psmon to the Rumble and Thumble! clamberedin a now provided at CorttrHonduras ,G.neraIBorneowith'
. ."' at the right than you ve. I She came her straight hand.up Her sadd.nd and. almost immediately the train could_strangle both of them if they resisted. bells, and whenever Director Rumble front Quite-' ,.

,I ..t I have moment n thing to cDcal becL'1d1do i in this wr I have not fought against i shone offered with gratification."Why moved They felt an inclination to resist, travels he takes care to be seated beneathone male attacked. ai'arforce' captured'lt-). ,

: f not think you wnt any A brief silence want f 010we1 his wod more! ?' Mr. Brandon, is it really you?" f.Ruble and Thumble counted they bad but dared, not. He meantime counted of them.-London World. after,a fight with much .loss of.life 'and -
r : :*ttBe8ses. I will tell you the exact truth, "Do you say.anything l'knew you'when I looked over his pellets and continued' 1
Baird asked. I "I thought won a They were in corner damage"to
Wallace property.
1. ": In answer to your questions or in but it's long vctory. the draw ,
about
so "Now
- \' ti; |'le of a Go on; what "Nothing. If I have not convinced yoi through the been peep-hole this; way-not since seat be able to talk business scolig. Il a Luck-Pieces of Italian Fishermen. The prohibition state convention of Mneat -* .
, f.":'IrJoii waut to naratv. d that I am not a rebel spy, the I can not since you've up ; but first Rumble thought it,wouldbe circle round your burnt : _
I feared met .
that at
the the war began, have you?- Rumble and that will mark the Several odd objects are carried by the, Tburds11LDt
told Ianepli
t convince I have you cork. .
Baird you. tth .
ce to address ,.
began question We've heard fitting a rebuke named the ticket Gov-
:J&11 hm If I die for it, I can tell-no other ston.I we'd never see you again. temperance boundaries of the Every pellet Italian fishermen a necessary to good !
; in while, to the man who had endeavored to pl. 'cvJ'.Dai of ,lieutenant '
r the best J from you once a though andI ernor, ,' Minneapolis; -; =, :
.: IlL am a Union man as I that falls within the or inside luck writes Edgar L. Wake- .
'1 CArR "n god aboout all we know of on keep him cut, and this for the double your i JnerI governor, OLe Kio, o.Donglss'county ,,;
""? : Iif"iC.:: : : AT THE GALLOWS you_ Knoxville and beyond the viewsyou've mouth will count one to me, aud those man. paddle fashioned from a -
-J, ,,* 'nE&. into Baird's eves, and at i .reason that he' was retaining his pipe ; state ,auditor,, B..T ; He looked straight that has been struck
*2 Ualr4 held up the n to send us. But that will be scored to you three. chestnut tree by ,'
jmvelope mis I B.
managed .H.
come Filmore state treasurer
W knew that this wanit least, alight though not in'a smokingcarriage. county; ,:
t "c.'Whatdyousayabontthisr blev"him Dan, has unusual for .
and with good
come for ,
get I lose I'll sing,a lightning power
i. you my .
:, of He had uttered song Evans of .secretary.of.
tho syllable Lyons
of
Tbat leer received guilty charge. rone him the shed.: Wally scarcely a ,county >:
4r was by me II put mouth full or -tobacco if I win we'll althought I never could secure the reason "
f 'V' .f Jlcksburfr, through the To-.toflice, last upon the other faces, be saw litle won't be back till morning, but he'l be however, before the transgressor' who have hot all round.; We'll mark I: for their faith. The figure of a little stat; Prof..H.H.-Baker. ;, '. *,' J g

'p- :May..' The person 'who mte it lives in couragement. glad enough to see you then." had been bending his e'yewanxiously onto pancakes According.to a.Washington 'di pa h' ;;
cheeks Thumble hunchbacked man called a gobbb, a
; --I. f the. same city. My name Charles Smed- "Sanders, Bullis, said the Judge, "take [TO BE COH'DH1E.] face of his sleeping companion, the points on 'your eight European; governments; hare accepted -: ( .

t.: .-:. *-*.!c.I y8 once a Captain in the army." him outside. We wl consult a little." laid a finger on' lips, and concluded he, laughing; "theyr pudg globe surmounted by a cross and a cock : the'preaideat's ,IniitstI.5ntoparticipate .t'd
:. *11'T0" out his guards. They hi with star in its beak are' frequentlypainted
" 1 r >i the rebel ferrice now? He went FLOCKING TO MINNEAPOLIS.Great said "Hush-h-hl cheeks lke'dumplng a in the monetary ,conrereD t"'ancJ,: ,='
.i A No; and I never have been." stood i dnl,silence near him, g ia : lunatic stooped upon the sails. All of thesepossess of sncbl& *Jmtetin i' .J"
aid doubt
; oJ'' -- His and thoseof te there Js no longer any \
the letter that hind, the confused aanners were ,
" : Wel squints" way- for the Repnbll appearance and laid a'ft heavily on nrble's chest, fortuitous infuence1 Another The president will commuii i .
' ; m read it out. vo' came from the cabin. Smedley Preparations a confidential servant. He crept noiselessly '
' f. Smedley started at the proposition; but looked cel around him and off' along the cal National Convention. down the carriage to where Rumble approaching te burnt cork't bi nose. laorit good luck tken is a little bro Cte'wth congresson .the 'subject in / ;f

; 'h quickly realized that his protest would xais'.y mountains, over which tho moon A of Thursday from Minneapolis and were, and whispered, The shock of a galvanic battery would ci or cruet of oil. It is kept:c.irefully few.days,'andwilf, probably! transmit the;, :

. '/'b. '"no' avi and would tell against ws shining, leaving the steep slops half dispatch Thumbe not have effected the unforut direc- sealed and burnished, aml>a few correspondence; *" f------ -
for the for to
The contest republican '
But lila says: "Excue me, gentlemen, trying the the fish ;
waters
an cast
but with shade, half tor fearfully. He pale a upon
composure more i
'something like inward madness, he heard had seemed Ig"t a intolerable burden, presidential nomination has fairly prevent you coming in, but that gentleman stone and trembled, while the lunatic a, drop a sufficiently plentiful l. or a storm The platform! which,was :adopted' at 1 :

5$ .bi rough jadgre with some hesitation andtttnibling a dull, dreary pain; now, when it was begun, factions of the party is mad, and I am taken him to an his work drew brood black threatens the n of their work. adiSDt; Wis., Th rediyjtbe1probL-; .. !
intent a
; "/!:'. rna the following: threatened to be taken from him, the are vigilant_ and aggressive, and the asylum. We did not reserve a whole on and the, But most essential interruption of all things to these bitionists. besides 'deminition. dma ,.hibr "": fJ
. ; ; *; L YICEPBUBO: May 7. ISG1. thought of leaving it gave hi' pang. dividing lines are clearly drawnNearly compartment because of the expense, and circle round his upper lip highest .,declares for an. .ample;,& _.
. ,{ A.CLPTLnt: SJIEDLEY where he on the I fold of his double chin. Rumble had toilers of the sea U a muscins, or kit-
Your
of wondered
1( .. : note yester- He a hundred politicians of more or less because he is when alone medium issued by the government; education \ ";f1
S T b received. YQU complain in it that J I following night; if Isabel would really b the countryare quiet enough not the courage to' stir; but when thecircle i ten. No bragozzo can put out from land in the EngHsh1snguigsudutbe'supervi. .;
", you.distaatlyvhen we meet on the i of cruel fate prominence frm"aU parts'of with me. But the society of strangers mischanceshould
t"a when she ; i the without this, and if such
i traced he felt indignitywas
hi
i .; you.ay. tat you have called re- : fOr shed hear ty 18 when-. now on,the ground, the Harrison .. apt to excite him; so if he awakes I entreat was all board would .. of ,the: statej -goerIment4 1. 1
- b cu at.y nouse and that the : and Blaine people have far acknowledged too much to be bourne. Tumble, happen, on surely control of raiiradsandtiIegnpbeda.:
'. tJ&. '. 1lItthcdoorse14Iwanotathomewheu day that has beg. Tea, I tninK absence theywill tho probabilities of 8,the contest as you t do whatever"he may ask you, fcr his fears about himself, be lost.-New,Orleans Picayune.. ,. cattonal qualifications fOfYOtm an&1
)?*supected that I i3Athome. You ask strain for my or else be a row. al -
ever rival at the ther'l he! at the figure which Rumblecut u of' :f
tue br** "Ppointment when know me and to engage headquarters smiling improved system hlghwajt--
you may see be they wel moment the
re and expUia yourself. will easily be; guessed have leading hotel. J. 8. Clarkson, chairman At e. spake with his smudged face, and th lunatic Frugality Iii .Bees. state ticket_ .waa,uomint.d.. -' : 'it
it must -
awoke the altercation about the -
:: b -r - -
iJ that? but one explanation you can of the national committee, is laughed outright. Mr. W. H. Harr1ssnEnklishaptaiist, .A destructive fire broke out at-Mosco,
; ; be had disturbedhim.
,. mae i Wn aeceptbe t IU. The gone. and watched the effect .oi the leader of the BlaineI the commotion of starting sir lord-this records wonderful instance of frugality
,5' t.:01 8P"Wn*has ,and there He paused recognize a unlike "Really, -my i tom.fooler a .Rossis which: threstenedfor'a, ;tfm.to.
:." 10 other kind between .us. The his intelligence on his hearers. He saw forc John C. New, of Indianap- He gave a yawn'Dot a. stuttered Rumble, indgatlj. I in bees. Extremely rainy :weather in .sweep.through:;the,dty..:The.firev:,de*,*.".

4, b need er ono of her sons: your their teeth set hard and. their hand I I oUs, i in 'charg of Harrison's headquarter growl,and, a he unfolded himself from for'his hadkerhef. early September'.seemedto'have: 'suggested ., partt tound. ).itiapoB!tjtq subda* '. .
!
: ..1t. o, Mississippi!the feld.and will I am not a smilo truer clenched" upon their do?" stok.ha' .. has authoritatively h reclining p iondeelop .stature the'lunatic immediately'ceased laughing t his bees that thenwoud probably .the flames and save the fropertyattacked1_ .: '.. rjf

:, .bo.* Pa her soiL hesitates to wi you M. BradoD I announced, that Harrison' would be more than. _. seemed. and scowled: soon b an end ,of honeymaking.According .: so it jns dsdded :to;endeavor to'confine'*""\!-L

swo for her nd hersistor Statesraoro I asked. all looked at Wallace Baird.' Determination placed in', nomination by Chauncey M. tobenoendotbim. Hisheadalmost have into the train on : yalthqugh there '"a crate the conflagration and hae'elth'deatr:, -, -
hATe got &
setup a new government Sht They their hardy;faces- Depew, and that R. W. Thompson, ex- touched the umbrella nethis countenancewas "Wt you I above tion of the bununf.Cistrtet : Whea ;
I I.a of than I sat upon ( ? If I thought so, I.w uldf of fairly filled sections th J k tbG'.J!'
rbt.to demaul you 'would second the and brutish his ;
of the ,
of swarthy eyes had.
o I have experience but they were naturally slow speech secretary ravy wer !" I boz"theyadOptedTig0r0U measures fire burned itself _outthree streets't"
YOflh&veJi.yaohleTcd. a amo in 'l and turned to thei spokesman. nomination on behalf of the'state of In- small,but had -a gleam in-te like awolt's TOU onto' the ln will.. 'farther inconvenience: "It t. containing sixty houses., were,IDlQ1o&, vi : ,
YPUrs&ded to be A lender of men. "We all aliesir," said' Baid i diana. ,Governor McKinley, of Ohio, is I. and his long arms my lord; th gentleman prevent "1 -' -- -'' f -' -i.--- i" "1---_'I4.>*>* --
-J ? *Y5thatyou )b Colon "We know how ou as, the candidate of the Harrison' delegatesfor by .<>f. Jer all l rightintervened.the'servant positive: ,fact, says Mr.Bar 'A committee rrepresentiDflf NetrYofkiiM %'

'tter.'ip1d'.a* ,. 'fo his head;'and a got enough of 'em, such as they chairmm of the conven ate .pi'horny hand supple montou; i play, in a flurry; :and ude his breath my bees not.content. ejecting larva 'PhUa4d hla and,'London capltallats bu', g

; of Brandon, are.\, Some of us has b en in small : permanent I T he r heaven's sake, of bt.drnsandworkem'proceied.to ; 'submitted_a'new plan>of.'reoT anizatioariS? .t

: gently-pressed:his chest, to 'aid the return brushes already since spring, and none tion. unprepossessing lunatic r sat ,up, pte"For you. He is, g- 'suk (out the. for the Marietta in :Hoith'Ckorgra,i 1Uf"lVa

,soon. of. respiration;; The rescued .man of us is arid t get intoa big one.in .Ten.! "'IDudat. his eyes, .and, noticing.h.new ,'el w'png mad bull when he'gets:into"a,',passion.". corpses, let.ving, af.Cnttlth,road.Th.plait provide,for'the eot',

'about openedbig him.From eyes again and looked Maybe : soldiers mountains enough,out A 'Denison, .Texas dispatch of grinned' to tem. '"Well, "don't:get ;makiog difficulties covering, which had not hardeaed'safB- eftw first mTrtfaf fifty-year: 5per cen .'
the faces of the moun- to burn these of .Thumble
'Uineers'-his.:,glance. turned to that of : Knoxville drive the women and children, and Wednesday says: ..FortweDt.fourhouliUwred their Ruble They, were' again,** growled lunatic, 'eying the citJ' to- prevent :the; :workers, -from b JIHk (orI8,5oooo.o,. *second 5 per cea
away to
stove bt it ,with, and" mortgap for tt.ooo.OOOC1atlre to.1at'1 1 2.
Brandon, and he smiled faintly.' the men for.rebellion. I don't uDinterpt1i.' plat., 'mistrust.. te.'madte ipaJ'ble.
--He a al|rghtone .of. the men said. "script there -ain't:.' Bntbeforethey do it, WI most ,year.' The fa men,_and bt e" exception DW' hoe.oyot1!'Rml'.wt', ..rest., jou then ;inserting-. .te" "Hew' Ja } ads "
"He's say overflowed.. A numberofbrldgesTarereported when' .people for 'aad.$11ofcrc.eds
going to fight.- Yes; by mighty country.is paper.or. 1 l1 C then 'Y'orkWonl4. '100.000
;. ,they've got : head on the back of the seat, open _. : ,
.rdon:sat down and seemed to be theword.1B0W'8, that .boys\ ,ce'away ,byte wanted, to 'gt money 'ont of .them. i inouth wide.asit:will to.- .- "F .Of:1fbfc1a>" QOO! pnleri @
: ( He 'fgl(1 .is: chinand his:waist.ched'tightoTer jour:whole :,a : : : IrolD the
some mentconTsion and prolonged ceersook'terof flood.: The damage very .Rumble had that The population"of the,..UteiL'St&t6 ; Qt.o ot f
.. ,- ;,&strongjof y, ad hert ;, :hats 'ere. up, 'ad-l: : Trains-are delayed by"a number .coat his.,l9 we manlike T.} not wide eou e wU of BuffaIoN.T4J UVmticIi'Barges: I the fflrst wilt ha; edrtoretI :h .

,., '/but): most men cfc not PuSS through in theair Brandon:sprang onthe 8t:; o1t. Simihr reports.of,flood the ekin of'drnm.. His doV: How.: gIii wet.east ttbt, poiitiid.mpid1yb... $1,3W,0004 ; 'piio 1iondaol:188J-) 4&.;-.r '
l";a tremendous'experience as he had seen box,'and, quivering.with xcitement.,, from QaiDtsTille .and little -of' flesh' r :The gam* begaand how to.describe eettk:ri' E. 'Wl '.di'
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** *v" damage come,, over: pmddlnjp 7s i
ldt hour and not be shakenby it. u4. with t(coining acre (
bU
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lit M' '
exclaimed '
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: : i.cwuu. : MWtI1I the following oamefC! ,w isbgr: < Kc(1c'
which report wi **topted:* I'nr the taletmat j of ihpir'nttpccMre Jswjni i hiui!o-hiinf L MERCHANDISE

;. -- I HlMITOTTRLTiNominatedGovernor; lame..'.TfJlShnckleford, >f H raaadi>{''tuc bcforemejiUone
:. TEAS and B B,Black*dl of' Suwunnve; for-)UieFirst'congrfwi \:meiidatf-n Xo helthiaf_ WKW ivc tlicy dcliire -

--- .- i i ; : Uttl district.- E MnKWc)! I to adoptJ.JI.BAECD.- 7'

AMi&a- -nfiCvii ; : : -- of Escarubiat Becwul cnngrreskmnl ui' -- :lLw.I4oMi.vh Q;; DUE :GOODS

trict W L of Nassau.. Alternate Se ,
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&&% --r--- -. \ ,s=s= .. by o Rising DeSoto and 3 l J Twrnbiill of Jefferson 'rUE TJCWJT. -- NOTIONS I IBOOTS.
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; Firstdisllid. W fl Milton of Jackson --
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If"Vj ii**-? Sow, itatc 1 politic*. being ..ettet1, Vote on the first Bali t. Second district. VV Dancy of Duval.KE1V : For Governor: : .: .

'U.u. lime forcothtyo1itim. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. UENRV L: MITCIIFLL.
: The committee Appointed to select
a
l ? i..i i i r r. -: '
I V 11 elate executive committee presented a re Vor Justice Supreme Cow t SHOES andGROCERIES
should
>ecountyjsoiivwiUon beJL r;; .
fcr the foll'iwing name, which was
port PENlVICK.TAYLOIt
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,|.-&IIMT31tM| tho election comes a 'rJit Convention Worked Hard adopted: I O Poiw of Enter. X P Tajia-'

., 'month; cariicr this vcar llian IU.TC- .&ndSelected a Good Ticket ferro of Puval, B H Pitt of Escambia. J For Secretary of State -

-I rr. E Grady of Franklin. A Jennings of JOHN L. CRAWFORD. ,

,-. -- _7- Unanimity Trongliout.Tlie Hamilinn. S M Fparkman and John T For )
Attorney-General:
Judge Mitchell 'u in favor of all Leslie of Hillsbnro) John II McKinne of --t: .Fla. /q
democratic state convention met at Starke -
WILLUM B. LAM1U. ,
Jncksou S J Turnbull of Jefferson. T P
puUic institution He fiTvuns free 0 eiJ1 -ZI!

Coinage. of fciUcr and- It opposed to nfhir4 Tampa order promptly\Vednesdny ut, noon and by was Hon.called S. M.Bpftjtcicnn. to. Chaires Leon; R A of Burfnnl LaFayettc.of Alnrion.P HouMoun P Thompson of- WILLIAM For Comptroller D. BLOXIIAM.: THE TRAVELERS HOTEL :- a \ '- \iLT Q ID'CI -

part>% lief. J. C. Sales offered a of ilonroe. G F'Foote of Orange, KW C
_, Davis of Putnam and G D Bryan of For Treasurer:'
CORNER BAY AND CEDAR STREETS,
(ervt-nt Tie call then) read )
Tho prospects are good for a con prayer, was Volusu. CLARENCE D. COLLINS, 0

tinuance of the fas' mail, in rpitc of liy SrcrtMjiry Wnnrimell, and the roll call The convention then adjourned to 4 p. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. _

thu oposition of )lostwa (er-Gcn- fdflowil.Mr. NATIONAL, COMMITTEE MBS.lea Fur Superictcadent Pub'ic' Jnstructfon:

raI Wiiarni4cer CalhOiu, of Putnam, protected \\ the convention assembled Friday W. N. Sit ATS.
afternoon Hon L. Carter offered
8yd. n
I ngaliist pcmtiltjiig |hc, regular delegations I resolution that Samuel Pasco be recommended For Commissioner 7>f Agiicultui : AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN P AN. -

!- The election cornea this year on from Dual and Polk counties to participate to the national democratic committee LUCIUS B. WOMBWELL. -- -

the 16th .of October. There well notlieoveftuo io the temporary organisation, and as the committeeman from Florida, --- Not tho Largest but the Best

months of tune nf tor was urcoudeil) by St. CUIr,Abrams, ofLalvC which was adopted. The only survivor of f the bravo band ofTexan'patriotswho Hotel in the City.A .
John T. Leslie withdrew from the executive signed the Declaration
1' the coqizt'ycoflvntan; The chair rylcd them out of order. committee and requested that 11- of Texas Independence Washington, on

Mr. CaShwin appealed from, the decision C, MrFarluud be substituted, which was the Brazos river, March 2, 1S36, is W. C. NEW BRIOK HOTEL supplied

)lr. Jno. M. Caldwell, of Jasper, but the chair was i ustuiucd by a vote of r can led.Tho Crawford, wfco now, at tha age of eighty- with electric-bells, gas, e:ectnc fire alarms J I I Il I- : \

Jias again taken on hi* editorial liar- 837 to r;8. TJic band played "Dixie." committee to select delegates Io the six, is living in destitution at Alvaredo. fire( escapes night watchman, best beds j1 :: )
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tiCKS arjd: will make Jasper News Chicago convention reported that il had The Marquis de Mores, who tried hard money can buy.tgood table, good service- l ,
Komluutinns for chairman I from all
a Iielter P3ler.tllan.CVcr. temporary selected the following; F C Adorns of to kill M/Isaac in n recent duel, was the convenient location, street cars
) wt-ru, declared in order and Hon. W. J.Qurdcq Jasper, J E Grady of Apalachicola, II T I swellest ranchman that ever beautified depots. The only hotel that is open everywinter STAREE

The ticket selepted at of Sumlcr, nominated John II. Likes of Brooksville, J S While of Live I the plains of Montana. lie was accustomed an'i l bummer. Witkovski Building, FLA.

ijtalu 1'ampa: McKimiv. of J.tpksou. lion. R. A. Bur- Oak. F, A Bailey of 6uu Mateo. C E Garner to wear silk shirts, and boots that BURTON K. B A It US, :- __:
ii a very strong one apd will easily of Green Cov- Springs. N P BMioff would have won the heart of a stage hero. api Proprietor,
be clpclpd !l.ia falL A better ticket ford, Marion, bi-cosded the nomination of Dade W S Jones of BlonUcelln J
City, Belknap of Michigan, is IttehelL41.tCbe.ba'kILi
Representative Wlm 4I
,pould'qot bavc been chosen, J. R Curry yf Lake nominated Hou.It P Taliaferro of Jacksonville. W D Chip- fonder of his,literary work tban_ -of any niptIVoiuou! nchc$. neuralgia. ::canty, jirofiibC aa. TIIBY STERNEUR6 & CO.

\V. DHVJS. U. H. Palmer, of Colum- hey of P.cnt.icola, A B Hawkins of Tadla.p oratorical or congressional triumph. Heis painful innistmillions, (disorder' ius-1 Ul-pl tcements ,
ol twvotnli\ rrv 1 R"XiiJl orgius. lurrtii
Tue county convention to nominate bi.i, seconded the,nomination. hassee, T A Jennings of Jasper, A great narrator of war stories and he ness leuconlio"a. slitml.i M n.h l for Vi'OMVN'b'BOOK ;
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stood Gauldcn of Tllusvil'.e. B Genover of St. has a fund of them, for ho was a captain OF L1FK (seulmt!), far* withpArticiJani 1
called
the
Vpon tho fpll being vote :
; senator, and representatives Augustine, A St.Chlr-Abrams of Tava- nt seventeen and was wounded seven times for home euro. XofJIKKNO t'AY. Scifiiiiijcnosisandhou'est '

'honld.be called carlv in August, McKinnc 28! ; Davis 182. Rcforp the vote res, and S M Sparkman of Tampa. That during the war. quaiitlcatlons.tlnliiii'-d.i.vvilIiauI.'t.
ntiii secrete
aud iq po case later than the middle! was announced Hon. Davis moved that t I report recommended that each legate; of our sucw'sAiuiiH"iej.i *. C. \V."iiHjij-the i AI.J.h-tJ.31. li., Wholesale end Retail Dealers in

the nomination; of Mr. McKinnc be made I have a one-half vole and thai be select his I 110 N. Chi'11'.V si uuvet, N a-h\n''le,TplUi.IIKFOBMITIKS .

Every member of the'county democratic unanimous. ('an led. own alternate which was adopted. !
TIlE PLATOR3.

executive committee should J. II. T' Byuum and Nat R. Walker Tim democratic party of the Hale ot i Ruf I C'rof-s ?)v-t lm* i. ctit.ia-u 'f Lc General! Merchandise
be ut the the Florida convention assembled club feet, flip Joint '".', --- \:i ,,l all *-'ui I't.-' '
present ; mooting on were eK-cled sccreUues of the convention. in congratulates I tl ie lianuL. arn trE'ci .ill.l frlessly 1. ,''.l Itaai) 'ariiL.sit. ,
JBlh inst.. Important matter will A copipiillee ou credentials of one from the friends of good government RJYAL[ .ftaririuiat. .
upon the most assured piospccl of success tSupeEfl.) ,;,. '. n il-c tu43kMi.. ( U, L
come before them.I1 each county was cboscn. They retired ar.-l' .' ? 1. Sen'! 'in- t.jjiu'I PLOEzD
in i the coming campaign, and nukes the l''i < < t'j rts; ovi < \ -
treatise ou uL.! *i v.. \V i\ UK'l'.K; M. l ii.. .-
and the convention adjourned to await following declaration of principles
.
: ao N. i\-r>'sti." ?. X.-5.0 E K Tf. u. -
The tune-honored tliird
two- rule their report. t First-That we reaffirm the fundamental i Staple and Fancy. .

in an top at4 there to stpy. The doctrines of the national; convention of&s8 flfl': iflI'I Lnd won'ai ; Groceries
There were contests from Duval Po'k
I ote rvt Tatripa was 361 to 60 and 1 nt Chicago. BlcHho.Nji'iju i'i;. runo ;tle fIat '1 Any conceivable article,
\VflsWnjftoa nnd the committee listened That advocate liberal i';at n vs' ;':. fi i -e.-IIa ,i \a.u >hrp .
Second- we a i
tills tettles the in .
matter forever iS'ci' n Nrulr ) Jnt*. uluJ< i
the of Floridx patiently tu speeches from both sides p olicy on (lie parttrf.the guneial governnent -, learn fcow tlie 4'.m- i- :i'cd at 1-owe by unii>*K i S. Any kind nf Provender
tate nearly all pight Wednesday, and the in the mailer of public improvements PR. PAKKHlfX: V --.. : X. C'h-UT xf.ei4 Nai' ''Feed i! Hay: :
/ -I-- and hoM that the south has iu right ville.Tcn'i. K-iin'*niii 1 -<%M; V. 1-Jijj! 'ix' ftj.1-
for hive Stock. .
whole of to 8 erous. i't! ,t .t ',&'Ij. ,fl i
snip Florida Alliance should be Thursday up p. m. t.o demand this until her waterways and $ g afflicted! f'9"*

'4 WtH iatisfied with tho concession to THE COMMITTEE RETORTS. h arbors arc adjusted to the heeds of comneicc AKI I : Largest

; (hit orjijant .ition in the htate democratie At 8:15 Thursday evening the convention I to the same e\tenl as other s>ecttonaof XoticooF ri.J l al Si) -! :ig,5.: ; Dry Goods Millinery Stock

the country. Six i'.utt1u'4 nft'r 4ite Z vi atth to tlp en'ifly Iowa.ruci.isliing .
could was agnin called to order and thu
platform. They not Third-We reiterate v ith emphasis that jutt' <'f linn OH! cvuntv. His'H' Kif iS la.!

have hoped for more. committee on credentials presented two l imo honored maxim of the democratic POWDERc or tin .1 leitleiiiiUt a .''!.li"ii'-si.i. !&' sa'hat: t'S i-j' A"Hardware Goods, all styles,. sizes and price
n"
; Vi f 't.i1ounty.
ate uf hrank S-iii-n vit. u _- repoils. The ma jorily report recommended party, "equal lights to all, exclusive priv- 1. IV TI-BNEB. 'Clothing:

All) factional_ issues in state polUic that the Dancy delegation'from Duval i!Ifgts to none;" and I'CC4)guihttg the burdens I Absolutely Pure. Fetia u.u I) 8, 1-oJ <*. nator.llJGni Oall and ssttisfy yourself.

are noiv'at it a end. Tbc state and the Trammell delegation from Polk under which the agricultural classes A of tarti-r baUag powder Highest of I
m of this crt-am For i 1'. liners, BuiMtis, i'hospbate Miners, and
country ire lalionnjr. we pledge
1.ieketidvuy with the all in travelling Mreugth,-Latent U. S Governmeiit -
popular be seated that bath from
people ; delegations -
V democratic party in this Male (which Food'cpoi t. ,
** who sill unite and see that it Wellington l be scaled with a half vote tI s always time pail1: of I lie people) to uilupt ROYAL BIKING POWDEU Co. 1G5 Wall St., N. Y. Six incntlis rftir, da'e I wilt 1-1 esetit mr accounts H-O fctmcs, Uunges. Cooking I.tensils, tt&- -
: unit xouchor to the Hon Win. F. Mat
:in the fall election.tho each; that Duval Us allowed 20 instead of all Ic-gitim-Ue means fcr t\\ redic of those io. O. phur", county juda; in and for the county o' pocket. .
F.-Uegu'ar 1'suit rny (ate! and any. Also, all
Bradford and a.taiafFloritta,
jricx'ancea. administrator
18 Columbia instead ..,-, 7 meeting Tuesday as
It of
delegates, JQ, P Qifry of tho of John W. Busline!!, lece' for Furniture
estate d.
; %Vliil state platform concedes Fourth-Tlut the remarkable and steady night m their lull. Trnnsimt < sf
and Madison 13 instead of 7 This report growth of our population and ihu enormous &- brothers cordially final settlenie.it and uk fOr a final discharge kimls of ether House Furnishing- Goods.
a grout deal to harmonize the different from said .1iuinlttiition(
invited J. O.
was signed by 23 counties. flow nf capital seeking (term.1: investment HAYXES.N.O A. TV BIDDLF,
(foctions.in state, it will soon in May 2.Vaj.-.Cm Administrator.
| The"diinoiily report recommended that our Mate ait u Doiewurlhy F. J. FIELDS, Sec.
it forgotten and the national platform i indication of the progress of our state; .
wifl be adopted in its place. both delegations from Dnval and l both and we invite worthy and industrious Bradford Lodge, No 42, F. & AM- Sheriff's Sale. 3EST GOUDS LWESTPRICESFORYOUR -

__ fiopi Polk cxcliuUd. This was signed people from all sections to come and settle A Meet'iiursday night before the third TTNDEK and fay virtue of on execution dated
------ .r. Suuday m each month U May Qth. 1W2, Issued cut of 'he circuit _
Secretary of State Jaa. (*. Blame by CO) counties.Hon. among us. with the conlident assurance of. "I"" WH. F. MALPIIUa'3, W.M. court in nod for the 4th ju dicial circuit in aiul for -

4 \\t figuring:on the nomination of the It,_ A. Burford, of Marion, moved a friendly welcome and an equal- opporlunily. -1 J- i-WAnaIont.e.;_ Bradiord county in a certain cause inerem pea l ; wher-in\V. H. Chew and Frank L.Chew
republican party for president. If the adoption of the majority report. Fifth-We denounce the McKinley tariff COMERL.PEEKATTOftSEtTLAW merchants and partner* doing bu-'dne.sunder -STYUSII A I TURNOOT-$

Q4: he i U not, why should ho have reigued Hon. i>L Clair-ALroms'offered) as a s ubstitute bill as unjust tu the cotisum'rsjif the and NOTAUKtud and the firm A. K.name Kosenbersrer of Chew Brothers and S. ,P.were Shirley plaintiff", late, ,

| his position in the, cabinet ? that the minority report be adopted country and leading to the formation of partners i n the banking; business under the Ann
Fire Insurance. name of Kosenherger & Sfcirlev, were defendants
those units, cym binesud monopolies
,. After some discussion and debate the which have oppressed the people. Tfc-pivsentR LIVERPOOL& LONDON & GLOBE. ,I have levied upon and will sell in front of SADDLE HORSES

Florida officials arc being complimented chair put .Mr. Abrum's motion, "Shall the Sixth-We likewise denounce the iniquitous PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWiCh, tlie court house door in the town orStarki-in
SEdWITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance said county of Bradford,to the highrat bidder,on
0n the .of tho whole of the the but for the same being the 4th day of said month during For Ladies' and Gentlemen's tfg
.capturing Rang : on this stood, yes 13HJ. no 227$. by republican party, is county s ae.STAKKE the legal tours of t>ale on that day ill the Riding>
k-c. would-be train jobbers being uijred 14'3 a measure tw be adopted -, FLORIDA ,
Sven
Meiecomplicated'in Therefore the minority I was not right title and interest-the hapie being a t othuds .
,, the of repot (should they obtain the power), the purpose jneiatf undivH d interest-of slid A. R. Ro en- and
p crime two _
; adoptedTi and effect nf which measure will be bergtr ala! 3, P. Shirley in the following lands S
; them are dead, and five Confined in situated in the county of Bradf ord. state of Florida -
k < roil was then called ipcn; the mo- to establish a.second period of rtcon&trnc- I described as follows: The west half of the TEAMING OF ANY KIND GO TQ
jhe jail at Orlando. f [ion tn adopt i he majority report, MI far lion in the southern stales to subvert the STARKE DRUG COMP'Y, northwest quarter of southwest quarter and JJ.
-. -_ liberties of ou.r people, and to inflame a west half of southwest quarter of oouthwofit
*
l. us relates! tn the venting of the regular quarter section eight;and northeast quarter and
Next on the program in the nom- new ace antagonism and sectional an north half ot northwest quarter, and east half ; W. MvarezCosLive1yStaMeL fl
inatiun of a congressman.- There is delegation From 1)ural-thc Uttncy delegation imosities. of southeast quarter of north we&tquarterand I .
Seventh That demand that west half of southeast quarter, and cast hat f>t
-And the exclusion of the contest- we congress
but little doubt but what General bhall pass such laws :ts shall effectually northeast quarter of southwest qiianer. and I Fine Horses Carriages -and KaJdlts. Expert Drivers. Di's
UuHock. will bo rcnominated that lug delegation headed by Senator Call. south half southwest quirtcr section eighteen ,
4
-
prevent the dealing in futures of all all in township seven south of
range twenty-two J
r for as jfert of the trade that gut Mitchell The voc( 011 this fjucbHon stood, yes 309J, agricultural and niwbviic.il rcud uictinuus. east, containing four hundred and sixty- nacres Animals and Vehicles for si\y kind of Hauling. .

hi for governor. >io use to no'87. providIng such stringent system of C procedure interest, more-tlifl or same lera;being B'BO all a half the undivided right, title interest and-I GOOD(; STABLING AND FEEl) FOIL! YOUR hORSES LOW -

cl : atn&t tfullock.ahimositiea. The vote mi the adoption of the raajorty in 1 1 laid as .shall secure prompt conviction -of A. R.Rosenberger and S. P.Shirley in and CHARGES. PROMPT ATTENDANCE. -
__ nl.iUto and imposing such penalties us to the following lands situated in the couot of
report Id. ; Pojk county was shall the Bradford and state cf Flonda,described as follows
secure most perfect compliancy FLL- -
STABLES OPPOSITE MOtIFS CARRIAGE FACTORY STARKE ) -
Lutional arc now at 280 to I05J. '\itli the law. : Ten acres in the southwest corner of the ,
southeast of the southeast
quarter quarter of
Pu end; every jioo democrat will The yotc on the Washington county Ninth-That we denvind the unlimited section twenty-nine. townshiQ six south, of

put his shoulder to the wheel case was 240 to 163. ct.innge cf iUur. Starke, Fla., range corner twenty lu two tlie east format,less a ode rectangle acre in the bounded northeast I FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
t Tenth That K-iiViud the
I
we ( abolition
Mud work' for the succefs 4of the The temporary organization was then, flu the east and west sidf by lines of 283 feet '
of the national banks and the mlmtitulionof and on the north and south sides by lines of
Tampa ticket, the choice of the people on motion of Hon. R. \V.' Davis, made legal"lender treasury notes in lieu of UEAt4LS IN 152 84 100 feet, and so leaving a net area of nine I FLORIDATRTJMv LINE. SHORT ni-J .-_

The little disappointment of UTinnncnt by a unanimous vote. national bank notes, issued in sutlicieiilyuluiuu acres more or lew- Terms* oash. purchasers 1 To all points in South Middle and UVbt F'orMa.' Mobile, New Orleans i nd the Soutlnr,,
iiugfor title-. Direct connections to all points Northwest andNortl>csst. ]Klegant new coaehe.
fb few \v\\\\\\ soon bo forgotten and MITCUKI.L BY A RISING VOTE. to In the business of the country DJtUGS, P. S. CRRWS. Route from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of blecper.

z t limy, will. \\ork all the harder in 3'a cash system regulating the amount Sheriff Bradford Co,, Florida. via Montk-plln and Thonms>ille.
The convention being in a happy and June 3.182. TIini2 lAuD In efle<- IcH 11, 1892.
needed on u per capita basis as the bu$i- MKUICINKSnnd
onuece. enthusiastic frame of'miud, the work was ness interests of the country expand and :1 1 2 OUT11UL DIV'N4 S ( 4 10 % ESTERjiV' I&lpJdlOaLv

__:sii.- proceeded with. The two thirds rulewus that all money issued by the Sheriff's bale. I Fernanduna Ar COOp 94)a1 sup iOOaLv Ja k&uvzile _Arsp
government TOILET
Abundant rVtns of the week I ARTICLES, The Thurber Whytand Cos. .. I -20 p 1 1 5 a Lv Callahan Ar. I 4 p 7:sl a RI 00 p 3h atv Baldwlu Lv 7 fQ p 01 p '
shall be in
past adhered to b>- u vote of 361 to 59 J. legal tender payments for all \ I i i i:,a Lv. Jatcksonvihle- I 55 p 6:O a 12 14 a' 8 45 a.tr 3 eke City' Lv 5 28 p- hi $:
baroput a new aspect to Florida Nominations for debts both private and public; and we SPECTACLES( TRUSSES, etc. Wills Owens.. 00p1U5pLv Daidwin Lv 1O'a 6Ia 155a 933aArLiveOak Lv540p 5IO& 'ur.11171) ..-
arming. A ttli"tfh too late to make governor were then also demand the repeal of all laws imposing BY tli tue of an execution issued out of the 1 l7pAr Starke Lv1147a 4t1a 31'n'IO21aAr aArsnwanneespgaaLv .
.- declaicd in .rltr. Factional issues wireburied tax and other restrictions above stated cause to me directed from I ) 1tavrhorno I.vlO4Sa a21a 3badison tv 444pShS -
i: .* crop t f cotton ur corn thy pJanicis a upon the Prescriptions prepared ft all hours clay office of the cleric of the circuit court of Bradford theI I I 15 a 2 M p Ar Citra 1.v 10 21 a 2 4& t 4 3)aI1 83 Ar Monticello Lv S 26 p4 O a.
and the only came- placed In-fore state banking system. or night. mch25 county. Florida under a judgment rendered I 81 i, Ar Silver Springs Lv 9 30 a C 2') 2 O Ar Tallahassee Lv I u p 3 10 s212a
are induatriouHly at work plantingHuwetVing the convention was that ot that nail Eleventh-We demand that the amount therein on the 3d day of May A.D. 180J, in "aid I 344pAr Ocata Lv P23a 1-Is 84tat843pAr Quiney Lv12p :
:r ta eat Hut Uttle will pure of ciiculatiug medium be speedily increased circuit court. I, as. sheriff of sold county, have I 70..pAr lloIlloaassa Lv 7tUa450a
nohlc dcinociatic war horse Henry LMitchell. levied upon the lollo*Inn deribed hinds siluat I slipAr Lee&.aurg, i.v1lO'IalOiOl G'pl1COpAr Pensacola Lv Cs 3454a
bo to sell frora the farm thw to not less than $50 per en pit u.We LUMR! NOTICE ed in said county of Bradford, for ratisractlon of I a4OpAr Tavares Lv1085a 8Op 200aAr Mobile Lv hiUs' -
\ e.tr; vet jf thtj farmer van *iaVe his He was unanimously nominal demand a uradu.iled; income tax. We j said execution and all costs, and will expose the I co a C:iui pAr Apopka Lv 9 42 a 5 5. p 7 4 a Ar New Orleans LvS SO p
cd by a ribinic vole amid wild cheers believe that the money 41 if the country same for .sale ta highest and best bidder for cusK I OCOn 'iOpAr Orlando Lv aba 430p 8OaAr Mont"omery.Ar 735as
}pro\iion.ivt\ is after all as w ell off! should be itch"us To ihe people of Slarkc and in front of the court house door In the town of I i a 4 tO p Lv Whldwood iv 8 it)a 12 EO 11 35 p Ar (rngham Lv*10 p
Governor !Mitchell was-then introduced I kept aa in possible m huehlaL'k vicinity: Starke in said Bradford ,within the hours l.512a 6pAr DadeCily Lv 7llaiIiO: 3)n Ar ,NaabvUl3 Lv 75aa
as must the } county
44 -. o( people I of the people and hence we denvmd This is I li) notify you th-it I have (dosed of sale prPHcritM'd by law, on I 23 a. 15 i Ar Plant City Lv 5 9 a 9 Ii p 2 2' a Ar Louisville 1-v 12 10 a
; 4'.1 and made nfl eloquent patriotic speech I that all national and state revenue khall (hue saw and planing mill for time summer. Monday the 4th day of Jul>.A. D.I soothe sam t 43 a S O p Ar Tampa Lv 5 00 a 8 1') p Ii 2 a Ar Ctheinnatl Lv. 7 110 p

p ? Qtti a revenue to the world'sIs to the convention.at be limited to the necessary expenses 'f f, I sinit l IMLin ihcyi.r.l ut [lie mill n being a public sale day,viz: The Etf orUKVi of a i. I :L.'ii) Ar Waldo Lv 11 60 a 'h' 25a' Ar St. Louts Lv 'HS p
5
31 Gainesville 0 Ar Chtcao
Ar 1.v 1" l
SE# (except 5acres in SE corner Hold to I 1), .f. p a p v 4 15 p _
few thousjiii!
fair derived from she visitors S:15 a. m. the convention. adjournc4 I the government economically luliuinib- fwt: of rough lumber also Iloiliater). V acres; auo.! S3,;<>r E.; nfSEM of I ( 20 pAr Cet1ar1ey Lv O a wrraiii

)POftI curiosity prompts$ them to until! 10:3Q. ttrcd.Twelflli. quittf Kugu qu'uility; uf choice novelty NE4. 10 acres; also Wtf of .EJ! oSEI.lGae I Nos. 2, iu'tl to 'tmtUy. Pullman cars :o aL Jaekonvil1 Ar '
; see: -Tninsruxtation being a means I siding 111lu1rIti'Cihin; a.id biirfjiceti lum- res nil in section ai, tp 0 S. ranseiSE. ANo 5V I between Jack'onville aut New Orleans. j a Lv 13a1Iwin Lv S25p 40
!lh ? ground aud.' wonderful buildJngg t.ULIt V1'PICEI18. of exchange and u public neoesMty. the her which will l tic left :n charge of Mr. acres beginning at the N\V corner of NV ?'f of I a.4, .8 daily. Si a Lv Lake City Lv 05 p p

-, HO w approaelung completion. Upon the rcaasemliling of the couven. government should control the railroaiUin I Laurence Wall; of Stirkc, for sale. Any along SW'4secS3tp section line S S.to range a post 2iE.set to running lands deeded thence by S t FEKN.triitN._- ANt) CUMBERLANI_ IOU'l'h. 1015aMtbiteSpringg 1Ii9aAr Lv 63* pI

;. }' An *adiaWion 25 cents is charged, lIon "Friday worning, the work of pom- the interest of the people. one in want t of ]uinlu.r may find I it tn his John Hall to Sarah J. Jolty thence cast along I I I Ci I r 12tipAr Valdot.tasper, jy Lv S'ip SMp -
Whereas T'tere has been Jnlcri'St to call on him. said land line within 60 feet of the center of I 430p10OaLv Jacksonville Ar 2 :Sp 851a
much differ a3pAr Mac
ftivd. 1.v )J0OA '
t \ ttlugle day the number oi t hunting the other state officrrs was at once i railroad track thei.ce northerly parallel with I 3)i'1i 30a Ar Frrnarnlina i.v'24p 3flut ICIOpAr AtIantJ
; \Uitojhaa czeeeded14,00U. taken cuce of opinion and a lack of unanimityas James E. E11S said truck to the north line of the afore inentkmedmYMofSWtf S3OpAr Brunswick_ LvlXa 44OaAr Lv 710a. -
Cliattzuaooga
i up. to the methods pursued by the democracy thence W in place of begin Lv 15SaNo'.I,2,9antflo'1aUy.
.. warmer and more, pleasant weather The names of I Fctiwiok\ Taylor niul I in the different counties of this taie SUikf, Fli.. April 52. 18&2 Agt.Cm ning. Property pointed out by plaintiffs att y.P. I -
-it ia>cUeved the visitors will in relation the S. CRSWS, FLYiNG cBAcIcrr..Da1my except Sunutay.
to
be
; Louis C. qualifications of those
Sheriff
yet Masscy Bradford
were placed in nomination County, FloriJa. I 940a I.101U JaclsonyiUeBaldnr.n itt 4ip P *.*" Silver ,
44 wore numerous. for justice of the who are to i be permitted to participate in Wanted. Tuos. E. Bvoo,A tt'y for Plaintiff. I Ar Lv 4 COo 1 Cp Lv21lpl.v Oi-ala Spring ArlflJftArl247n. -
supreme court. Tlie June i,1592.
democratic primary elections; amiWhereas. I lOSlaAr1004a Lawty Ar321|> \YitdwoodLaccochee Ar 11U*
4. In response- ; to the thousauds of vole on the lirat ballot was 262 for Tjiylor' Il i b< necc.ts.iry Unit the( purity .V few cofKl La lies and Gentlemen to I Ar Starke Ar Slip 3 r7j Lv ArlOfita.AfloS

invitations ta di&tinguiabed and 143 for Ma-wqy. Masscys name was and ineegrity uf the parly thiil! be maul- :uivnfoi the GASKRLL LITEIURY[ Masters Sale. l I llSOaAr 1123 Ar hawthorneAr Waldo ArSFOp 221p! Sllpl.v321pLv OwensboroWantCifr -
DdeCUy
; ; to attend people: then withdrawn and Taylor's nomination tamed; tlieiefore Crush at ii guarantee of 75 00 per month.noGly UNDER and by virtue o* decree of foreclos. 1 1213aAr1243PAr TUra ArlCOp 41lp Lv Ar Ar34I, t 2Lv
the world's
fair dedicatory liesolved, That in all primary elections ii .\idress! salt* duty made and entered in and I Si1ver5riuIas Tv I 22. 300r- Ar Tampa 0te
?* ceremonies was made uiunimoija.Dr. by the circuit court of the 4th judicial circuit m &
A next October, the acceptancc hcreattcr to be held in this state in any R. E. BRIGHT, and for Bradford county in a certaIn cause In I Fwinformatiwi see local agent, Ticket office BG W. Bay fctrwt. cornar TToean Draot toafat

tho.8 far vSy Iiwn almost un- John 1 Crawford was nonain.-i't-d democratic primitry election the same i>34 Franhliu st., Cliii-asju. IH chancery therein pending, wheiviii Emma Richard t I iTogati N.'treet.S. JarVsonvllte. Traffic A O. niacuoneilfue*.P. &.? A,.
PENMNGTON. Manarer.
ip &UOUH.. Among. thou who will I for secretary of slate. quidi&calions shall be required of otheriin I is complainant mid Martha Fewke and
Joseph T. Fewfces and Truby, Sternhurg S Co., -
rsc |>re-sent are the, president and his; The names of W. B. Lamar and II. U. such primaries as arc necessary to q u- Tax Notice.I ere (Ucnddnt8IwiII sell to the highest bidder, .. -
Milnm i lily any elector for democratic nominations nun now ready to :i5i.sS the c-il\ pro >- for cash in front of the court bous door in the I SUMMER RATES
bfnct [
: rntiru c ,, the! n\etqbvrs of ihe were placed in nomination for at1lorneygi'niRil i or to admit them to (the full counsels I erty. I shall lie at T. II. Swejiil's store town cf Starkejn said county Oat
pIeue but Milum'a or confidence of thu democratic The JiTbt Monday hi July,18t.)
caurtiwaely name
evry foreign withdrawn and vas paily. every day. Thoxe who own lown property the Fame being the 4th day of mid mouth and a THE GKOKGU SOUTHERN AND }FI.OIUDA '
utzflt; t WashjngUm, the governf 1oama4lOIUnatlon was liesolrcd. second That the democratic will please c.-'ll and give it.in, M> that legal Kale day. within the legal hours of sale on R. I in nowpr
made unanimous executive commilttes nf that day, the I rates for the ir vyl out of Plon-ii to all!!
t.r < thc Uilfercv state* members each county shall I there be no ibUkes made. following real estate situated in the parinjj summer resorts, vrhwhl
Hon. \Y li. Hloxham was uninimouvly lw the primary judges as (to all questions T. W. SWEAT. county follows of Bradford, state of Florida. 41{ i'ogre* au4 pecial.jcreeit. nnminateii for : The west half of the southwest qnwter -
af comptroller by a ji inw a of contests as to the election of ddegaies MnySO. 180i.-4t City Assessor. of the northwest quarter of section flttetn I This line is the sliortcst and fnmttet out oF'.l"tnriula the Wett
vote, nmld wild
ILl lVrv foreign -nations rnllmsiosm.T to cither cnrrvisjj
; many slate or county conventions of j township seven south of range 22 east coutuiningtwenty -
r- TK naliteaO1 J; K BarnE; JTri'; / the party, and that they shall make inlet ESTABUSHED CAVEATS.Bl aerSs, more orlRssalso the Allowing::1 I Iyeuro1d. India nxnil to all points west and fl iihWPSt. Trains arrive and depjuri

$ : A umubcr of. eomIfluatjoI4 S D. Pirro-lg and C. JJ. Collins were governing the trial of contests subject to 1866. persoi, at.property Twins: cash One, bay-luaer horse about eight from union depot in Palatka rt itu d Mnrnn: t'oniie.-tinn mndc- with allliuW .
pur. paving for
I wunncrtaiu parties for placed noiMiuatiou for state treasurer. the right of any one aggrieved to, nppe.il titUi, JAMES T. WILLS. I in Alacon with the vcstilnile limited for lie Cnro!>0ay. Virginia and th.
county Tim flrt ballot stood j IJjjya 661 Triav to such slate Ju nc 3.1K, Sixxial JIaster.Notice. I
county
congtessioual convention t'ast-ancl with
q; ollict; .have been rercivc3 at lh\s of- 142}. Pirning 49. Collins 154. blank 4 ns the constant may hare been II through sleepuig car line* for resorts in Tvnm-ssef, Ic.n; ; :

Ihe4uh1fUetL We cnnnot juiblibh Ihrrong's name was withdrntt a. Second' elected to; and lhi( upon such appeals the I tuck and all points north and northwest. Sletfint: ear*,bet ween Palatka

them! until the eaaV liallol stood; IXaya 69i, Tri 1H Col- county of ilale convention shill 'I :and Macon. Trains leave follows '
comes along to y only receive Notice of Change *,t Vottug Place in District as ; I'alahk-5 40 a. n. and.8. 15 p. m.,

c; )>ay forthe amc; This: is' a rule tins and mi blank 4}. The names of Bi I ] the evidence and facts' presented to No. 3. Bradfordrountr, Florida. I Hampton, fi 51 a. m. and 9 37 p. in., Lake City, 6 O3'am.ri4 V q.1p'm. -
Triay At
were Hicn such a meeting of the board
witUdfawn and ilr executive committee "u the trial ofihe of county commits
f' ulrat uo have adopted and liall mos'jUgiously 'tI Uolllift now!nation was made upaiUraom eonlest, aa-J! dcferuuDC whether not sioners of Bndford county Hoiida. held at the I A. P.-KNAPP, Traffic Manager. J.JIES MENZI9'n.A .
{ adhere) ,to. this rule W.-N. SheatS and or I court house June 6. IStt. the voting rJace of Dis-
By A. J. the
I Russell decision was warranted the facts IpTspsz&tI tract Ko. "
were 5waua
I by or i changed from the Pine Hill Academy PRfiVATCLYlNG-lN q r ai Who are WEALNERTOUR. WOn-
jUl V1J: bo (reatud f airly,and tmparjtiHjr the 'candidates for superintendent o f. evidence before the committee' in each to Litesville school hom'o, (our-members HEPAUT1TIENT IIT I TATED.whoInfohyorfgnnrjn ,,,
$ / ..A deal of public instruction. Sheats receivo i a particularcase. of the boad being present and all voting /or the Is slie worth Ravi D?* If she was your ttaushter I II I P tpflrrt away their rig-ar| of&dj ,11.4 _
TI.-. great mhd-slinging majority on the first ballot : change. It was further ordered that notice ol you would certainly say yes! Hw to ca 'KB- and Manhood.eausia, drIn
nnd'
knd niMntiCK:1: teill never be print I name then Kussell's Resolved third. That, tlw> nominee of ri this change be published in the Bradford Connty guarded. moment,under olema promi of rrnrriag upon hue wills of life bi-adarlir, backarlM.' ai
was
withdrawn"and Sheets'I this convention fur TELEGRAPH once a week for fourwetks,end that a lady finds Ier'elI In a condition to disgrace dreadful dieuonmTrMlrnN
that othcru-tse, ihighv disgrace flOifllUtIOflIfldC goveruar, by the aeceptance 'Cs, saL sU4it pkIt. aM lbs i.csth. a4 the order ooth b reirand ofsnu'r.i.'r-.pip.
for _
l& cnrrolurons. unanimous. of the said change b> recorded In tha reg- fawjly. unk-ss romelhln; npo* the face a&J all the effrr leodlr to e.rljy
% Articles favorable to -Tb names of L. B, Womb welt nomination stimispledg- istry of deeds in th office of the cleric of the cir ir done. baring the i eriod gejtatton awl con- decay. intptlonorlnMnitr send for BOOX.
and E
t !cantlidjite !- A. L -l to ffgnril the: recommendation "of the j SlUbtoBrtMl.g.&iJ Cult coon of Bradford countr. By order of thaI flnoment. we oltpr U> tbU, claw-or utfonunato OF LIFE(acaled) tr
will be vUizhe4fcrasmal 1 ; Wilson were placed in nomination for rldemocrau of: the several counties fit Ihei :. TH & I county comniissionera.. ot said couuty. iMi EQclt-eant' home la which thestrictotpriracy iciire oCUftgiopy wlUpnk.r- -- eli: -- ___
commissioner of agriculture, b'ul Wilsou'a ffSgl& W.T.Ww, ta; oWrrwl, auU under tike Immediate DB. PARKER.40K. -
is4etioti4 i -state in thenuUvmf -- t _
.c executive appointRcntsasexpresHHn -. Clerk Circuit Court, CTerk Auditor Cdreo'0kiUrnlph.v>teianfiandataa of trained
____. WW G was withdrawn b.'fore the ca.ll of 5snssrs.-3Ssmi. S2Si and o/ Bard .
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FikJYi ctheitit4 ftie far is t'ut; EA'odd .1 \Illuitxi "-f :
: i:frain 1I ter P I-. g,. _
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sweet 1 t .
igi'Jaut tiouyouweJf for s C-.t ; .r ,9
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once''note etltftve' bewiVh'mvfn nLadecliatrnmn3rotesw: *< V k
: happy : :
iind toc- JCtJureu Among the mosrecentingntlon3is: a r ': '.

1 l tJ .*!- *f. showery wcaHitr Ifor' tliV ptst ten days Oay... wheeled bnggy. : MiMleh1iiarnpaIn cA1ru ,M-B .4 .-._ 'e-4 ." -,. :.'.-,,,', -. .. j _
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aflfairs.&wm iClty COUndil'eet th "fir't:. Tiiea- The crop*are.behind tout are looking well.' et alto f place UyJ,. UliiiDi. it ,|nvaH| '* this'year; an8tt- .1 ip -; :

I 4 3jJn biithat. o'clock. .Now that things arc looking.brighter. Ujc I oil gra ted'it $2 per croi t b7< Petition of instead of being sent'toithe stud,as has- -':- ; rJteWaSsaldtbat

b iIo twbcn you .' r ------ -- -- -- festive caudidiitf.hckpftho"oily tongue;,' citizens of Hampton Tor.Inerease; iii'p n. b ecnerce. .
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at the same ; 'Cash;buys the! 'goods-cheap at l'r" will oexf appear,- as he. will feel thai lu ion Etr.I: BCoson.Jgritrflrif.lxr" .'thq -The Chicago H: orseman 'says that lashionably -

t Iieeat Uibfr'kRic1iar& ._ :_ U-.W. Hoflgea.J can talk politics to Hie farmer now with; sum pt $3.50 a'dihtional etch menth. Petition bred trotting stock k worth more PIIYSIGIANAND .$llGON: *Fnrudsmp*tof,OddFllow4;lotijfe,Actavr.jBumnacf< i f t Pki &:* _

eoc'zints at, .? W., Hodges wants .to wake out'qoltiug a "cussing," as Le would have by I- Pinbelster! eta) to change money now,than it ever was injlhe past 8Sciock i>t-nttt -r<
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&a Z&tt- & &&
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of U *& *
Nutwood was
now 21 Cirt
years age &tonn >
; Sternburg & Co.iTHhite room,for new goods. Call and done two week ago. voting I place in 5th district from Pine Bill credited Jwttha. Oflfroat. yot 1 wsk&gi attohibrrow *
*** years of age before he was- "1Iaveeit fgtteth$1 atapr z'
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W diesg goods h is bargain By the way. is it not about time for the to Litesville school house,granted. OV .2:30 performer. Now-he has seventy- STARKC5razco. -- k61

fopT OUt Office Holders' Syndicate to innke their Stokes nipped "from pauper roll, seven. myl5tf .::- 1''

I11t .Mr. J II Dean has been reinstat.i announcement* and let the dear people Paupers 7700Q Theodore Winters, the well known NU'Att'ys evenlngy"' t. J" *> ifs

Him? of.ladies* black silk nm- city marshal and ilaraey Rtciiard know who an: to control their destinies \Y Clyait. county com 8 80 breeder and urfman, has been elected & tJu-re-any evening thUweck you caa': *' s.tr,

us i cannot.be surpassed. n ight watchman. J Williams) 3 40W president of the Nevada State Agricultural com with"mer" 4? n -. sIlow -
? Truby fur the neXLoffichi'L term? \V Tumblin 640J society. and Counsellors at Uw, woq1WlnLbJo' "**

_. SCntbuig & Co. Pine Hill! district is tolrave* They might na tvtll tell us DOW as wait B Crews 040 James Golden says that the trotters of TbalM prayer mrctlnj lilghti'tCome ) *' .,

$ ,7, 'Jo9 fcas a full stock; of cliaMo, ling place. Se noticc till OctoUr or/2fovcnibcr; that is. if the Jail expenses 7 00 the future will have far less track work ROOM KO. i. JOKK& MLOVX.STARKC. to think of,if. ItosMnft;jftl thai* -

al.supplies,:coffins and caskets iu another columi. people;; intend tu'ruu in tin; siitnc old ring- E G Wynii. bridge work v 10) 00 than in the past. Ideas of training advance BRADFORD CO., -FLORIDA. iyhovr. Tlicre'*$a srxrcial rnertiltijor tb r .-
It A Turt-er 2 50 And Downtjr BulJd'g. cor. Third and Masonic bulge that evening .ecniaplUjr.

gffifeieevfl Bradford nit: hut 1 ihink the t-yr.dicnte will find II S'Adkins v 1 9W every year .Conte-strs.., rnandinaf.FI. the work of the third degree.and,1'ra ea- J .
\ kinds of county folks at Ttnj that the "dear people" have di-cidud to E Johns 3 88 The ancient race course at Epsom, England Jjrl, ?oi'iarden. I can't niIssthat, -
hauling done uroraptfJivW. bad a time over which the "Darby" is run, is toe '
big and -
1 were right J W Alvarez & C., horse hire .2 00 "Toit couldn't go Tbur1ifeyrjmjr. .
roy laakea ami do .
Alvarez & Co.'s ch'iuge.: some thinking b remodeled at last and mile straightaway
Lab1e8. ally treated the a If. E. LA0 UOjEN! ,
by Tarapaitea.Mr. ud J Q Alvarez, rent armory 8 33 Cc'talahi ii'i; like tGGtluswrgl&;
1t voting tooon their own account this provided.
TELKOUAPU 5 00 butUmi'sibC'n, tning ti'Ib .
fan>, fan's in endless variety W. O. Tison, .f GjwnesviHeva y ear. 1 know this to he mo in this part ofth Clerk aud auditor printing 19 10 Allerton and Canary Bird are to be LAND SUKVKYOK. and wirYetfiit! tfirca oiutlidates; to"put '

bySr32burg \ in town Monday. He is the gen.kman county. ""YV; are all d< inocrals, a third F C llaislop. cleaning court room 2 60 driven double this season, and Williams Deputy County Surroyor. tbrouKfuPrtrlkyeVenin the floyaI.trca. .

iLaaks t who Morgan Bios, 21 55 thinks they have the chance to equal the niim lias it alftteet1ng
+ of Starker owns Bradford countbouds. -, *} party man is rarity here, .1 believe thnt stationery All Line fekt tupiteporo'foe* ;
Irom U.
\V U TUon. bond interest 6 67 2:13 mark of Belle Hamlin and Justina. run S. Snrrcjs JSotesLevelllnz thitahling 1to1lke.riC-ITkhamtbewF.f- .
Woidd call -.esiwcial attcralon i it is a duty we owe t:> Goit and to and I2rnlnii .
; country % Sf lem elf
W. T WEEKS. .Dan Wheelock, the groom who has dy evening last wtjkr f eonld LaTt con-
; q oQtjine. of fine shoes. Every pair A large number "our voethe straight cat democratic ticket in Cleik and Auditor. taken care of Sunol for over two years, g.Cail at this Officn. ith yoi1. SatiLiM ilie sce4hcrenmihiimc
of ciltrtiww .
; ted to give satisfaction, in national and stafre alt.dis, but for county says she has'not made a single break in all STARKE FLORIDA. Ia the way for Saturday uij
,[ Trabyj; Stcrnburg& Co rc Jacksonville ibis week tr oncers tills time I think we should all McElree's Wine of Carduf her work since she trotted in Philadelphia 'I'be ticmial .union doesn't ItokS Its nwt .-
attend the confederate veterans' rote fi.r M Ute and the, baby It is the .RcTId *
reunion. and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHTJare 1 1890. fog till *week from that time J ran K>
*eitcd pictures for sale Gwnty tares and our home rulers that are .
4'' .. .. *t Morgan'& at.tr. oppressing us. $tnl taxes arc light enough for sale by the following merchants ia Nancy Hanks is the first trotter'' to CANDY STORE Voft'with you will ftUurday kAep." filjht- HeufcrV. MM .
change ownership after securing a record
and ,
Alvarez Take your btsugrrl out driving our county ntttirmust be brought Bradford conuty: better than 2:10, and Arion's record is better '&n Jiour later Hiram PLippd tocJli Kb*
G. for tue 'atestgents' down to business basis the '
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whole
with one of J. W. Alvarez & C.'s or STARKE RUG (.0., Starke. than that of any other stallion at the C. R. ENSEY hat and went down town. *
collars.raveler's concern will "the demniiion .
N to IKJW- ,
go
iff U. %V.,14)UNG.
tine-turnouts Hampton. At abotfv tfid sam hour for funriuc" .
of sale interest
next Sunday. Sbe will wows. JNO.A. KIKO, Lake Butler. time although an was purchased -
Nk in Nelson when his record tied that CORE 1UILROAP AND MAIN STREET cceding evenings Uiraw uud hi*Lat went
Hotel iu Jackson appreciate it. Just so long us wu follow the old ptyleof J. P. McCULLKY,Lawt..v.1L .
C. PAKKKR,KewConfederate Itiver. through this same act. -: .
of Arioa. STARKE. FLA.
.. 1tI be_ only tirst-class hotel to voting Sot a man lor a county office rolled
Saturday'afternoon ariXUkT
; : Blaster Perse Gaskins had the simply oecnuse he is i "'good clever fellow" !- Veterans. Another device"for improving the high and'
be home little
came a earlier than usnaL. .
P f misfortune to have t or "li.* is "he is stepping action of horses is spectacles ,
eeve teeth my neighbor" or Vegetables Caudles Fruits and
As announced iu last week's TCLEGKAPH His face waa pale, hU hand&. trembled .
} ftjun poles and lace curtains js knocked out of lug month by a bore poor und'iireds the office," without regard the confederate veterans of Starke and framed in stiff leather, quite inclosing the Summer Drinks. and he appeared intensely agitated! -
: $ '- J. G. Alvarez. tast to his qualifications or fitness for the office eye of the boise, and the glasses employed
k ** .._ : Satta\hy. just so long will xve have misrule: surrounding country met at the cou.t give the ground in front of the horse the COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CH AM handetl"Hester.he in said, "some weeks ago..1

: now ii is all right to like these clever fellows !- of being raised,therefore cnusV I'AIGNE MIST. my applicatIon for membership .
ji jot of low shoes at The Ladies Aid Society of the house h lust Saturday the4thm&t. and organized appearance to the Loyal Legion, .

2( iii'Truby: Sternburg t just and and the fair poor either and to needy them, a Camp of Confederate Vcterau, >g the animal to step high. Agent fur .Mnllurj' Steamship Line.octDCnt "And they hove blackballed yonf' .said -.

s at with about 50 members. A great Took BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for Dyspepsia. Mrs.. Phiont.. with a gleam of hooe In her
table damask iu the supper Henzingway hall next or r the lax'payers to put them into positions many ry -
Friday -evening. t for wnich they are neither lilted by t iu the reunion at Jacksonville this eye.. rl_
4 Jl Jones' mammoth Bucklen's Arnica Salve. "Blackballed ? No!
j I. cheap me They cted me, .
nature education.
or We want for ,
js store. Will the onrcounty'oflitts wlu will take men week. They will have regular meetings Tho best salve in the world for cuts, DRIJt STOLE. and I've just been notified. I ant to b ..inltiatcd ,
city tax for last "a
year l lic office pub each fourth Saturday at 3 o'clock at the bruises, sore*, ulcers, salt raeuui, fever this cveoinir at,the regular meeting.
cst Bto coffee 5 ibs. for 1 ever be collected* There is not pritate as a public trust. and not as a court house. The following is a full list sores, letter, chapped bauds chilhlnin, ." .,,:
its sn i1 le ,
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enough
rnowey -' -- "Then cao't with
treasury to \ you go ine.tocaJlQ9/
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rjer&Rzehard. .}!.men in the comity to fill every of officers aud men thus far enrolled: lively cures j>iios,or no pay required. Itis
Mrs. Bonscr. .
.-3 our line "of spring and pay i-unuiog expetises. (lSoc. let the people briig them out. let OFFICERS A Knight, commander; guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction 'Mr Denser1 Who's Mrs Bonsert""Don't "
(lie office seek the man this time and refunded. Price 23 cents
or
see J C Iticuard limit commander; Thus E money per
dress goods is very com- The oldtime! snake ring has been U we cannot do be'ter. We want a man Bugg, adjutant J il Brown lev, quarter b ox. For sale by V. II. Rivers. you remember you "promised m
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prices way below compe-. revived under Uic juaasw: of the Cleopatra who will ]look us closely after the puplic! master Tate Powell \V'\V last Monday you would go'with roe Jd -
Sapp, "
; surgeon;
A with capital of $75,000 call on bet this evcningj" .. -
a
1 Wtz'Ea ised to *. and is now purse as he does his own private alTairs. treasurer L D Wall videlte.Exitccrivu company f.
tn pnrcbas worn by swell ; ,
and who'can when h lias formed iu New 1'ork for the purpcaeof "I did,did If Look here.flestevf' exclaimed -
*f & Cot girls on the thumb of the left petitions come in for CoMMiTTj i-J Q Adums.
Truby, Sternburg hand. useless bridges over dry branches and Win Tison I* drying and otherwise utilizing the banana Hiram wildly. "Just after I had. '
t> Crews. aud pbntaiu for food. The company promised to.be on hand tooight to be initidtetl -
gullies, no matter whom
received a full line of James Now the time has arrived for the presented.-have the by manliness they may be PltIv.vrEs-Llaruey Richard. J N Jone will operate their works at Colon on into the Loyal Legion I got a notification

/. O.coffiM. Atareg.itock county candidate to announce himself and U to say NO, Gco Baisden. E \V Burroughs. J M Blitch.G the isthmus of Panama Experiments from the Knights of Honor that there
.eesat say very emphatically too. Our
before the peopUs.and take Iris county has more brdges than Green K L Adams. B S Wall, F B show that the banana may be successfully j i L'. GASKINS would be a special meeting at the hall tbU
any county N B S Jones W
jf And cask- mule and his active of its size in tie state and Holliugsworlh. Geiger. dried and prepared for market either, as evening to decide whether we have a fetlval ;*-
commence cam they are a F Malphurs Thos Dickson. P Johns J E UEALKK IN
{ Jones heavy the dried fruit, flour, meal or canned in pulp. next month 'or not. T can't mls
paign. expense, even necessary ones Malphurs. U F Lewis. J It Williams, M -
that
5c atone, without adding anything useless 11 Beaslcy, J W button, T J Durdcn, L Better than a $1 bottle of Blood Drugs & Medicines meet injj. -
only of
"Then I can't
Lrt1ugea1iCOeS course gd to 'Jr .
: per There are plenty of people iwbo and unnecessary. There are other abuses Johns. W D Adams, J T Jones Juo Hall, Purifier Sturke, Fla see- -

4 ?fayi Sternburg & Co.ti .tnt work at, all times except tie which might be mentioned in our county W A Yarn, W B Crawford, F C Halslop.W Dr. W. 11. Evans, the loading druggist Pliysieiaus' Prescriptions< Bonser."Mrs. Bonscr be-vaecIn.redt- Don't

expense account thai need correcting and J Forsythe, Ervin Johns, J M Johns o Stanford, Florida, says: *! always yon
Home doutfw' time ,
tried Sweet trttve a job to offer them I can't LA initiated and
you we attend'that
will be if we only put the right man in A Tieon. E J Waiuright, D J Bird, A feel sari in recommending St. Patrick'sPills. Utirefii if tJamiMimded at a l.oiira-di *t
iaewMingevery day. then they are sure to have-soinethiag the right place. U the people will only Crosby, W .. Underhill Ben Kile. Thus I sell more of llieiu than any other meeting of the Knights of Honor* I cao'c

ate itbes it. For sale I by i else to do. rise in their might uml put these officious dewberry A E Hutchiusun. W T Weeks. pills I carry in stock." There arc no be in two places at once,can 11 Awl that
.. better, and one dose of theiu will often Isn't the worst! Just 03 I wiwstartui!
SP'Helberger&Ricbarcl \ rings anil syndicates to the ra r and elect ?
B Hayiies D J silcox. T W Sweat..L B
i FOR
The d U> more good than a dollar bottle of any SALE. borne I got a postal card from tho secretary
hats
spring are all historic only good true anil tried men to positions Rhodes, J R Alvarez, P P Prevail, S P
blood lit ho market. For sale '
purifier of the Mutual .Aid fetal b.
lodge. .There
endless of honor and trust ui.d let
these
S1 i in
fitiwe goods man quansWi'Ji name. There are Loui*-XV, Revolution self-tip? Crews. i all medicine dealers.
by The called this '
Jones' mammoth storo.reeciveil pointed leaders who! have grown "fat and following described properly lo a meeting tvealmr Ii. traaam.mtthnportant
-- Marquise, Czarina, etc.., sassy" at the crib lake McElres'8 UlNfc. Or CAK1301 for female disease cateit wiihin the business. l'vegi4 to be oiLand. >
"" *"* 1**" public sight between Father-Fred!, you must not bathing corporate limits of time
go
: i lias .jttst a all big and fantastic in shape and a mule's ears, for their latious for a To the Traveling: Public.Miicon io-ilay. as you have got the stomach ache. town of Starke, M alTered fur sale: difficult. There's Hestert"He only! cue way' out of. thl4 .

flour. gay In cooriug.J. year or two. I think m- would do better, Fred-That won't mutter, 1 can jr,
of daddy
load "Diploma"
; Two
Acres of I
indwell
cur
and Uiatso&msto be the Ga.. June 1, 1892. rushed into the next room and jkh*
S* general opinion. swim back know.
Oar;* =stock-of -rcNCenes r : :is the most W. Kcdgesnas the "goods to 1 hope your readers will not set .me down On account of the action of Florida on my you fenced upon which is a good wall next moment a pistol shot rang unt." '
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and i-jces sell and invites inspection by all. as a chronic grumbler but I hear so many railroads in refusing lo sell tickets over Nothing likeTrylnff It. painted and plastered two-6tory dwelling;; *
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; .town waydoIu1.d line because declined The Tlolenco! baa -
our we to increase \VIdowPhtpp grief
complaints about the of tin- There in nothing I hat will so quickly
management excellent
He: an well cf
that his stock be water bricked from
bud pan.. says mast reduced public school fund that I will mention our rates in accordance with their views satisfy one of Iho value of ThaniborIain'sPain ad far spent itself that she baa registered

'P "f Jroby, Sternburg & Co. as be does net wait to carry some of them in inv nest letter. you are respectfully notified thi t by purchasing italiu for rheumatism as n personal the clay; good! stable and outbuildings vow if she ever marries again not to marry-

*"K" 4P M H BM > M-SSM "'' 'B 'over spring goods.Oiir'nuKtfcry M. 0. L. a local ticket to Palatkn Hampton trial. (live it a chance and see how The following is a liSt of the Trees growing a man who belongs to a lodge cf any !*-

Wagoasand'wbeelbarrows at or Lnkfi City from any point in Florida quickly the pain will subside. For sale upon lbs p'ace: scriptiou tvhatever.-Chicago Tribune, >

P JJazar. boy arc Hiding in JS- BLACK-DRAU6HT tea'curct Conetipalion. you will sedure! a through ticket from by all medicine dealer -w.
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7'V- Morgaii's 00 Tin
in Trees, 13 varieties, 2d
either of those junction points to year
any Saved from UUJB,
good titHe preparing ti t attend the To Ward Ucecher these
1 Lawtey. point reached via Macon. including! all Henry we owe bearing; Chestnuts 5,2 varieties Apples
Lokttour5c cbaUies.Trnbyi this n4 d l linee: "The babe first feeds the I lIj.tcU.i! '
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encampment year, are etertnined Air.-W. II. made eastern nDrthcin and western points at a upon 6 trees
Kemp Standard}
& Sternburg & Go ; n flying trip toJacksonviiio mother's bosom, but is her (8 3 on Pear roots;
to show xvel! 4nr always on
up as %s on Wednesday. total cost to you not lo exceed the lowest 40
heart. Orange Trees. 4 varieties 77 Pear
;
:. J'r,*' .Job printing of all kinds at the company in.tbe rtat The much needed showers -we have been m line through from rates the point of like from class which quoted by start-any 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon,
the last week two have been you Absolutely the Best.
receiving rr
m
ilrw..' office.Vebavei Our will L This both .77. choicest varieties
to and Peach
correspoadentfi applies one round 80.
county copious, but the thirsty earth is drinking way "I: never hesitate to recommend Cham. ; large

be supplied with ftatioisery pnn apjlicaiion. them in. trip tickets. berlain's Cough Remedy us absolutely selected vaijelits; Quince 8. Chinese

? \ everything you need and [ Interesting items ar*> The Misses Belle and Annie ilarkey. ofRicheUe..arrived r In purchasing local tickets lo any of the beat," says Mr. F.II. Kemp, assistant AH tIe above trees are in bearing most
mak suit the need of above-named junctions, be careful lo take business of the
wttt prices lo manager Youngaton,
this in the Monday and will I of I hem iu their second
sip
pJetittful season county, from year.
at ,
book.Truby p a receipt agent Marling point, for Ohio, Diily Telegram one of the most:
.
; ; your pocket aid we want convspondeuts every- the summer with relatives. fate paid which should be handed to our influential and valuable newspapers in This place must bu seen to he appreciated. Jqj

Sternburg & Uo. where. ChildrenV (lay exercises will occur at agent, so that he can arrive at a proper the Buckeye state. Mr. Kemp also says: For
Grace M. E. church next Sunday at 0:30( through rate to charge. "I have found it.- cc'rtuiu cure for die further information apply..toDR. .

i.1. N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby cutne- Mr. Edison is confident of bis I p. m.. at.xvhich an interesting program I For information as to rates, routes, cough usually following an attack of the A. L. SCOTT
I tery lots for sale.rfctown establish will be rendered. A cordial invitation is i through schedules and sleeping car accommodations xrippe, and always keep] ;i little of it in Tora--Ony just thtnlcwhat ancxcApe'lhaJ. .
ability to tclepbo-te rxwiection .
extended lo all. j apply to undersigned.A. the house. 50 cent bottles for sale by Starke, Ha. .
with; and Mars I all medicine dealers.
Mercury ,and Mr. Will McCulley. of Georgia visited (!. KKAIT. Dick-What a'yer menu?

at prices wholly below says tkat be can find out whether. Lawtey Saturday 1-tst with a little daughter JAS. MENZIES Traffic Ma'g'r. He run ten blocks to Tie in time Tom-That wits my best gal onct. Jf

tUwBr the inhabitant of those planets are Lulu.- whom he leaves for a time with Gen Agt., Macon, Ga. To take her 10 the l.iy. U. D. MINER [hadu't broVin the. enKa oment. her C4*
would
hs'
trovigance roomed hie., Why
her for her health.. PalaU-a, I'la. And there within the dim :
grandparents
1' civilized or *avag1. p.iror
: | n'bSternnirg&Co. her candy bill alone U three cents *week.
: ilr. W. B. Smith and son. .Hullic. departed cELREE'S WINE! OF CARDUI for Weak Nerve lie whiled an hour away. r -Life; .

Z: ;* Qultc English, know**-Lon- Pied at Ft. Call, on May 4th, for the north June 1st. They will 1 .
s you Mfoftrace LUtlejoTmw i a little girtsgsit :4
;:\36n Swells"eigtrifctJ. G. Alvarce.rKEWGGODSl Sus.motta, little daughter of Mr. visit different cities, exhibiting and selling City Council eleven years, residing in Baltimore Watchmaker and 1I Hiii Thumb Welybs" PinmI- .

and AIn W G Mizell, aged 1 year., Florid curiosities, jewelry, etc. Council met June 9 All members On'o iio.ul wIm.ttol.oay.'i; "I was troubled I A Harlem younj- isdy'rol1giottsTy.jn .

NEW GOODS months and 6 dayi. The death Air. Fred Fishe.' has purchased a half present. Minutes of last meeting adopted. wiin rhemnnli: for two yearn, but dined applied for a class ia Sunday school
in interest in Col. V. J. Shipmaifs mercant could get iyithinf to do time any good. I I ; a few weeks ago, and upe'rioteDdent -
: ; the Jattlc one was caused by eating lie business. The new firm expect to car: N J Jones'bill tabled till next meeting. was so helpless thit I hail to bo i-.irried promptly placed her in charge>f, thftt

: :. r IVuby, Sternbarg A Co. the beads -off.matches that were ac- ry a good block of goods. Bill for $181.32 paid. Treasurer turned like a lialie, when I was >i !vised to get u Jeweler.Star3 doubtful honor--tbe Infant class.* + .'

culently left wititia its reach. in $274.34 scrip for April and 3Gl.?;> furMay boll lo Chamberlain Pain Balm I I The new teacher -went-on, pretty*well
iTew lico of Jour thocs just received Mr.-yisher, our competent postmaster, got.it from our drMsrjlM', Mr. .1. A.KuiiiMcr until she ventured on the thin- Ice known
inform* us that tub office will soon be en same destroy ed. $50 drawn iu favor Mid in throw days 1wasupand [ "
at Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. One day in 1830 Joseph 'itlott, as "general questioning.
maker, rolled as a money order office, a much of Gleassou & Baily Man'g Co. and rlIImmImartmpmIl. I have not felt auy Pla. "No,'children,**she.said, with'that extremely -
steel
: the twsy famous jen needed ndjunct. placed in hands of treasurer with iuMruc- return of it.siiiro"an-1 my' limbs are as vivacious manner which ja-
: The TCLEGRAPM will be t to popaarly -
h1 c accidently split one of his fine steel The event of local interest the limber as tbov ever were 5'J cent bottles
great fascinate
to
supposed .
(bus to clerk to wiite to them and ask young children.
nyaddress.for $1 f-n aI.el.y! all! medicine dealers. "
: year._ tools. Being suddenly required to pst week at Lawlcy was the golden wed. "what did Moses do!" 1 ., '

:. : Go'to J. GL Alvarez for best sign a receipt, ana not finding his ding of the venerable ilr. nnd Mrs. C II. extension of lime on balance. Marshal \Ve will have: 'something new in Largest Assortment of F The infant mind worked ou the problem
3 tw the Stoughton, which occurred at, their resi- Wall turned in $;tIt.8o( lax scrip Ordered for a few moments ia silence
band he used split shoes
quill pen at to offer early next week. For
5c cigar. dance Tuesday evening .lime ?. A large that J. II. Dean be reinstated as marshal L "Come, dears," said>the young
tool as a ready: substitute. This hap nember of their friends were present and L particulars call atTrilby Watches Clocks and encouragingly "some one-tell. me wJat.
of Starke the of
: matter salary to betaken ,
I ; straw hat", various styles py accident led lo the idea of mak-: extended to them theii hearty congratulations Stern burg & Co. Moses did.'* .

:5gvj> ,and ehapcs, nice and cheap at lag pens of steel. and good w'shes. The evening was up at an early data. A very small boy on the fidgety back,

.c* f J. G. Alvarez. passed delightfully. all enjoying the sociability Adjourned. R. R. JOISEH, Fruit j jirs, jelly tumblers, fruit I Jewelry, row seemed to be struggling with a reply.

,-;<. 4 '"-+ VtIt -i' __'__ FT: O. Jaques, of Providence, B.I. of the occasion as.well as the lunch _ _ Clerk. jar rubbers an'l tops a What left,Willie?" nr d;the teach*?, :'

?%>* yott want a pretty Four-Jn-hand L bought the Hapgood place one con served. encouragingly. ,. ,

tie or scarf cheap toN of Starke and Jacob C,. Among the presents received were a $1OO He ward. $10O _Trtiby_, ,. Sternburg. & Co. SKeia? attention the "Uith thumb weighed a poundVhat ,"-
go mile west finely carved gold beaded cane from Th readers of ihc TKLEQiiAi'U wili be B __ __ { given to repairing "\ f"asked the astonished teacher,

G.Alvarez. Peeler of Lincoln Green, Ill, the friend ofthe, Park Avenue Cong churruof pleased to learn that there is at least one The only $2 aday hotel in Jack of Clocks and Watchw. ".M;manner says so."

West place. Mr. Gardiner was the Chicago beating the inscription "1843., (dreaded diseii.su that, science has been sonville' is The Travelers Good work "Says what,Willie!"demanded iha per? '
I XADIES, aikfur r ? 1892. He able to euro in all its stages, an.) that is done at reasonable rntci. teacher while tbe
seller and all negotiations were done June was an original member L- plexed plass'stopped:
: itb's VOOT deacon Park Avenue catarrh. htaII'a'atarrti cure i* the only OLD RIP i'Oiii.'CCO.IIn'll and listened
i ueitUer aml'first Congregational fidgeting intently. ;
;iL 1NE. through; the mails, buyer Church," a set of unique iquar C positive fraternity.euro Catarrh now known being to axwwiitulional the mfxUi I I chew this braml! who Removal of Land Office. ."She says every time, Moses put kith' 3-a
this section. They never
visited *
I. having from Chi thumb the scales "
ITT IN.G china plates elegantly painted on weighs a pound
: t WBAIl will move here with their fumHic* i in cago friends; a draft for$50 from a friend I disease.; Haifa requires Catarrh a coiibiiil Cure i ii taken: naltreatment. iVietl before, 1 desire to inform ray friend and'thoaa who Who is Moses,'WUJJeJ" i*
wish'
and 10 coin from And having bought 5c may to engnge my orrices that I hare He'th butcher mlth "-New York .
: the near future.RESTAURANT., in the north; a gold internally, actiug directly upon the onje, comes our j.
moved Land "
at my Office lee time from -
Truby. SteriiburC a SUrVo to Tribune.
i Lawtey friends. tloodaud mucous surfaces of tlio'systemhereby back for mores I .
Should not live to celebrate it here the fourdation roy residence,one wile West of Btarke.I .
FOR SALE. they ( destroying the Sold by Co.
they will expect to celebrate their dim disease and giving the patient btrangth Trilby, Stenibtirg S ShaH until further notice make my head umr- Her Taaior.31*d. O.w

The People's Restaurant, located on moud wedding in the city: whose gates are by building up the constitution and assisting lets .at the Commercial hotel white in BUrke,, You can tell br the .lrsthM she carried' .

the wharf, next to the depot, is for of pearls and whose streets arc of gold. nature iu doing its work. The: ry our cigars, we have the beat from II*. m. to 3 p n. eacii da y. Tf oa CAD tell by her dignUed'walk; .

sale. to tbe proprietor, proprietors have so much faith In its I assortment in the oity.Trtiby S. F. ..Vocantdil1h.m4nacTDfltaberToil '
Apply G4RDIJ*BR.
eta 1.11 by Ib.etha girls'taiL.
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curative powers that they offer One Hundred & Co Starke, Fla., 13 ) .
May ,
11. Dunster. Stenibnrg Ifftt
"vpb,CUrsvhoir stonn ln yo 're lookloKVoaaresobecomlneialKCowii.
JJgyWlNE OF CARDUI, a Tonic for"Women.WinclisciiMeKiimey. Dollars for any case that it lulls to .!* .V- .
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
County Executive Committee. Address, F. J. CH KNKY & ( O. Sun umbrellas and fans, biggest I P&TEJITCavnsts And yot}Ipraw Myoii bear(hem exctoimtsf' ;
has '
,lb* OOB. tailor fnadacnwQ. '
of Druggists, 75c. Toledo O. .-- ..
The county executive ootJtnUice assortment and lowest prices at and Tradf-Mark*ohtained ami :.r -
all
B Windisc'i. of PaUtka and Patent
will iii the court Uenry business conducted ft doesn't take knowledge mrjMsftioc ,
meet
MODKRATE
Bradford FEKH
county & (Jo
house at 11 o'clock on Saturday the 18th Miss Lena B. McKinney. of Stark were The Gypsies are Coming Truby, Sternburg OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PA tENT To tell that It tant homemade: "
festival Office and 'e Can secure One look la enough to coarrnc* -
Gypsy at Hemingway Hall Fri patents in lem time jroa
of this month. All members are expected married at the residence of the bride'smother and
at less cost ban those remote from Wash 'Toil seed noextraaeo 0aitl.- M -
day night July 1, It92 for the benefit of v r-
i to be present.- on Mndisou avenue Thursday ington. -1 bo teems to Impart her manner.,
__ i ** J. L. HILL, the Odd Fellows Jjodge of Starke. Mho Send wodel.drawing or phoV with di..crfp- 'ir*tb*anal ef this color la tow "
Ck'n Co. Ex. Com. ragrning. Rev. -Wm. F. Malphurs officiat are making every effort to procure funds Unparalleled Bargains tion.charge We a.lvse.tee[ not. if due p u"turntable or not.tree of Andyoa mentally bow in snfcjcctloij* *.

ing. Miss Lena is one of Starke's most to build a hall. Ice cream anti other re A UtIle lSr Book'How to Obtain pasest Patents Is ,**with. To the gM la tbe taHor made gpwaJA&dt

k Notice to School Supervisors. estimable and popular ladies, -who freshment will be served by the gypsy r m name acfial cttenU In your tt-county ct '
young tb is who it
girls in full costume. There will be lots town,sea t f rep. Addrrwt., ret t use disputes ;
It's Dollars: to All school supervisors who have not will be missed by hr many friends. 31 r. of fun. so let everybody come out and Kew Laces CA.SXOWkcn. Her riralrWba TOWS sad d.clare'ej .

Cents tnadp their census reports will have them engineer on the the of Fiiend Love ewVeI1ings. opt Patent Oflk v Wasuixurosm, D: C. -
that Windisch is n prominent help cause ip, and .
& you jaart with your dollars nnd cents at the court house oa the 27tb of June, Truth. New Hamburg Edthg.; It's a 4a..krr's cowa that she v ars, -
"KV.. road. Their friends pear girlyet with *
with J. T. & piany |arecbokiag envy;
some reluctaux;. After with the same properly,, sworn to. AH New Swiss A Gold ateba.sd
'L& setting the Committee-W. N. Meachain. J.N N. Embroidery $204, ,_ 3at Just 10 cosjTUxe you,go down"
,' : money the difilrwiii i Is to $Iftrp J ft. In't who hi.ve made their reports and have wish them every happiness and that their Jones, J. Ujrlow, J. O. Havues, F. J. Keir 3Iits and Gloves, That ia what every n'gvni recctVM wli
.- Thttinie thnt '*1'1"' rotsw irn to them, will see the superintendent worldly affairs may be engineered successfully Field. N. %V. Hackott. I.aJk-3 Undor Vests. gets up a club on our $1 pit week plan. -bill fcr that taJloravuieicoWBi..- '

: rl t'with it ,, < c-.nst-.j-.tly tempted top on or before that day for the purpose through life.. The happy coupleIc'l Admittance free K ewDe1ts, Our 14-krat cold filled :cisca *rc war-- --. -TaMfttacaesku.Iev.t..... .., .., .. .
; ? that} ; _
i.ii arc constantly of attChiLg their affidavit thereto. Misses Corset ranted for 20 years. FIneEIgin; or Waltham -- .- .. -.- -_- --. :l4.
Itk1ugtihat the same day for their wedding trip, S.-' _; -. -
HILL
t3 J. L. Specimen Cases. -
us.Ii.i! ,? Jf you ask flair Curler movement. Stem wind and "set.

?bbcr ;n'i. ijIj ternptatkrn infnr Supt. PaW. Instruction.Mr. after which they will locate Palatks. S. II. Clifford, New Coasel, Wfs., was Glass ware, Tin ware Wooden ware Ladj-sorsent'ssize., Equal uiazsy $5 U cure. Wheatin confl.mnIt-waha

: thew troubled with Neuralgia and Rhaumatixu I watch. To secure agent where we hare with avidity and digests wth* $ ns i
o1w'y, ese.
This. Crockery ware Umbrellas,
L4b4hhIg kIL Now Try Suspenders,
but hiS istomach disordered
,8 4j. O. Cone.Mr. ;, wait his hone scfl >
we one, of. the
Cam wood
aad
Hunting of an4iroq
toou-n pieces cnire : oiVjr. .SviS
p 1Zi nothing and will surely Liver affected to Hcier3cShIrts'andUnder Shirts. Hand >
will cost wan
os It an alarming
ji4 Whht ar&do- Cone of is one of you degree \\Vntche for the club "" "
.- Louis Tampa price and
$28 mod
j tn.tT *,: 1I.1 do you goo'l. if yon have a couch, cold appetite fell away, and he was terribly kerchiefs, tWJars'aad: cuffe,.'Ferfumnery C..O.: D. 'tx P ci
,;i foc4islitn it 1sIr nkj be as the foremost business men of 'that flourishing or any trouble with throat, chest or reduced flesh and strength. .Three Knives and Forks and 14.000other articles by Lfforts express with-pnfilegc of" v'Our.agent examinafion :- i;is iId th* gestalts tbea4sjuentlypaU -

it '4uie1Inws city. He Wn raised in Bradford lungo. Dr. King's New Discovery lorcommmption. bottles of Electric Bitters cured htm. I which cannot l enumerated bere/vhlch payinfor Rirnt. -- ( otbawitbitwMej

to past Ltt Jcinpta.i.mfnM. conglw and colds ia guaranteed .Edward Shepherd, harrisburg, I>1.! will be offere-.I>' prices never before beardotlnthehFtoryof al Heath Spnng. R (issyi I: s/cording to Mr.tain .: .
it 5-uinty. A poor Ijoy. only 3J years ago, relief will I be his \our watches late at sight. The cctftlemsm
had
: when to give or money a running More on leg.of8years'e [ Starke. -.antelope*:wbk! J To neTBrTJieva
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;' ( our thla31ifl ,..fdoHar -< found lavarto Tampa almost with- paid back. Sufferers.from Lit Grip standings Used threo bottles of Electric '- .who got !lie lt3Iwstobsai41h i -

., rfld4)rL.tkth Ia 4t 4 i I \ia dollivr. T(Mteybehfts the largest found it jnst the thing and under Its use j Bitters and seven hoses ofBucklen'* Come and Becur**some- of taent. .. before ho cxarnhied and priced icweler**
ut to regret Ihe had a speedy and perfect recovery. -Try I Arnica Salve, and hla leg la sound and | they are aHjcon '. I watches in L ncasltr.that were if TJcltcr ofapMagonia spa4us

aud- renu ''heii'j 'our livery sul'leitt tWcily. 'owning many a sample bottle at oar expense and learn well. John Speaker;Gatawba, Ohio, ht I,thin yonrs.-but ihu prio? was f45 ;* ,.Terra del tbr

; CL3flfO j fine' horses und carriages, some, of which for yourself jnst how Rood a thing it I is 4five large fever sores on his leg.",doctorssaid New York Auclian Store. I Dm:, gofMl fHbbW.a 'iit. WHofed rfer parts of sotttbtni.jaeent .

; : l ? ourgotkI. 'We re snr.i In cost over $1500 each:' lie is a city nhlerman. Trial bottles free at Starke Dray Co'a he was incurable. One bottle Electric ; each placu, : Write fop pnriicuLirj. : ** islands,la a dark; bla* |tfA
giveynuva1uc rtcdvrd. :: drugstore; Large size SOe and 81, 3Sttbtcrlbd I Bitters and one box:Ducklen's.:Arnica : : IMIKW4flIL Cq-T : fl andi,_

:: ; TJltlBV TERNJj a bank director and considered on I Salve cured him enUrely.: .. Sold by .. .43 and 59 Mi fieff l ;iae .T'i-i. e
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::1 "hfula ". t t SI tlectors f.-r prtstdtntVsnd'Vicepresideatof.thejUnlted :,tD1 !.t !!J!! llr !- .Rr: NW M i &d t 1 1tr country iatnd line of,popal r:1-"eclu-' ..:: ;Durirg.last year six bfUhe'steamabip -. 5: -S if'. : .

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..; \' J''1 t(. _,. ,. ?. :, ,:';. ,,4 -t..q" '-$IrJalr ,then read, thelist pteleorsnsmed'&t4be'Atbariy ', ''t < bettor. the Un) StaWs'W;Canada,13: ,seth progress in, the education* of :her was first paid for thewagesnd: provisions -

: },.", 1'a D'vG'A. ,1" ; ; f' 'to ; convention In'T UE :DEAD, ASD DTE5Q.TJKDBB.MASSES OlBBICK total 193'agrinst.193,week before. ,Bet:! people that she is now only 'a little-behind of the crew,$80,000., Port.charges __ '- .-

BtON'.Febrnaryand the resolution. was adopted, jarb ter weather has wrought quick Improvement her great rival. Twenty-fire::yean came next in'amount. and over,$55,000was I I I '

yc'x. .'.; .'_ ._ .._ ou :sad' the nominations thus were endorsed XOBTAB-mcmUTI. ..in business at, many point -The:i ago not 60 per cent of the recruits drafted so paid:.while the cost' of Insurance itt'I '
:
s" .,. c&D. CLXYKLAXD. ,. A resolution of thanks to*the citizens t of, oW'.THB CALAJttTT.A floods still make iome troubfe'and: threaten I into the French army were able' to read; was 143,000.. The bunker coal cost $35- nth ?*<

.' ". : <. S 'for.their at 00 cent of them are able to ,tbe cost loading and dischargingwas .yitm 5
.: < yracuaewu adopted, hospitable -t- more.' :Oountr,. roads which nobody. I Ica present per 000, .of
mL; "Pursuanttocailthe..CleveknOi; ; Demo. l treatment of,the"convention, and at, : disastrous. cyclone. struck"the'town I ,travel prevent.distribution- collections I read and write. $40,000and the.commissions paid \ -t ;'*-

t rrats'mcjL In'cDotionll. Byracuie :N:. 6 clock p. m.,,.the* convention' adjourned of Wellington, Kan.,.Friday night VhicrT1 )and tears about, .the crap .in 'In. 1872 there were 6OOO'pnbtfc t merchants and brokers; 'with' ,dispatch, Can k .CO'P.I7tJlil,_,.;'li'

r T meeting TiraVcallea: to .sine die. plowed its devastating track through the many: 'quarters .still check purchasers.But lsrat; present there are. about 67.- money, aggregated 20000.. to'ure Catarrh-DrSage'.Catam J-.

& order, .day: oVdockfiy Charles &T.Pair-' business part of the town, killing and injuring the area over which these influences 000, an increasj of 20 per cent. In 1872 When deck and engines stores, the Remedy. 'It's nothing new. Tot

r 4 hUd chairman of .:the stale'committee,. SCENES OF:DEVASTATION. j .hundreds of people destroying were felt. was 'relatively narrow and is there were '76,000,teachers; at present cost of docking,, paintingr. etc..and the 25:years it has been doing Ulat Toy '4

r- narrowing while cherring- weather' there are n.h via 106,000, an increase'of.40 cot of manngement i* added the total It :
t ;. bret..* :Hon..John an immense amount of property. A"h'ay more thing_ gives prompt aid com>;

:D. Kernan W : ? p. ..temporary Whole Towns Swept Away In.the West storm of .wind preceded e cyclone throughout a greater part'of the country per cent. In 1873 there were3,83S,000 pa- expenditures" is. brought .up'to f 315,000, plcte, relief rbut you want 'more' S.,

1'camuuot'.t'CD' ., Mr.:K : and there are 4 406,000 an increase of 21 percent profit remains to be,divided you get
? and the 9, o'clock;; the'cyclone' struck the city, greatly changed crop prospects. ; gross
there's
A
|; 'convention.: Afc the* 'addre. his, dispatch of Sunday from Arkansas coming from the i oa hwest. There were Other.conditions are generally favorable. Or, :11,000 new"schools were built, amon?'the owners of the vessels.,.Louis this Remedy- a cure that
remarks tbe' e .uiql City brings news of fearful devastation: Labor is the nearly 600,000 more pupils are being Couriers-Journal.. is perfect and permanent. The
.1 roll of.:detept called, no premfn toryig .. Everybody was on wtoltweU employed ,. .
./ and the ; : recess'a until by floods' in. the west. The telegram indoors and the .cloud passed with'its'destructive with'rather less interruptions from strikes taught and 30,000 more teachers are employed .5 5 worst chronic cases, 'no matter of '

3:30 o'clock.. Daring tk'a ss
.by*<5ongression.l -districts to now the guage 'is'49.S1 feet. All conmnnicatiou avenue, principal burmese street, The ..money markets are everywhere years ago.-Chicago Herald. 'Little-Wife-"See what'I have bought mild soothing, 'cleansing and .heal -

le members t each of the'committees with the back/country, except is lined on both sides for blocks with well supplied and easy, and at several you for a birthday present.-I got it at IITI. ing properties. Cold in the Head"

4 had :"beel .provided d for before the water by-skiff or dugout,all is cut off. The iuin.. To add to the horror, fire broke pointI an increasing demand is noticed. A Poor Performance. auction-a genuine, antique, ,old-faih needs but a few applications. Catarrhal -'
u kinds, of
'cutting
f interrnl sioa. :,4:15: o'clock tbe con' and capers.' cut among'the debris of Colonel Robin- Baltimore southern trado holds out.bejond ioned boot-jack, such as your colonial Headache and all
called Bayous .sloughs that have heretofore'run son's, block. A' :solid block expectations. At Philadelphia HopefulMammaf did., ancestors used.", the
; ,vent n was again. to order.byMr.: down of brick Young you troubles that from
whor atked for reports of the stream during flood times'are buildings containing half a, dozen general improvement is seen. There is tell papa I'd got to have a bicycle Husband-"I haven't worn boo'ts for come Catarrh,
committees. now rushing up' stream at lightning and little new in the industries "}llImma- "Yes 'but Le sIc ho :" -' are at onco relieved and cured.
I Jacob: F. Miller, of ,New stores the post ffice 'and printing great though. twenty years. '
: York; as chairman of .the committeen rapidity! regardless of all, the'1aws of 'cffice lies tumbled heap of bricks other than standard brands of iron are 'couldn't afford it." ., -.v -Little Wife-"I know. Won'fclt look Yon can count on something else, .

1 permanent, .organization, reported -- gravitationtaking but not only farmers'a nd mortar. No reports have been received much depressed. Farm implement "Course he said that; but ,what did l lovely when it's ''decorated and hung too-i$500 in'cash.

''I for. permanent officer th the fences roots, soil actually and all., taking and his crops by from other points. Wellington is i. .,waken have resumed. Their demands, you do?" up?"-New York Weekly* You can count on it; but ii', .
cirrying it no the with better weather, are and the "I argued in favor of it but he re- .
": .ternporganzation.- Mr. K knows county seat of' Sumner county, and greater, more than doubtful whether
I where. you
man Whole fields th Srstem
are reported demand for structural To..Cleanso
is
JU.tank the convention for.its. his a population of over ten thousand iron large. fused. earn it. ,
:1. : courtesy, and called 'on EUeryAnderson soil has from been which every particle of loose inhabitants i It is in the center of a : Heavy sales of steel cotton ties have been "Argued !I'Huh! If it ud been anything Effectually yet-gentlj-, when coati or h1 S The of 'Dr.

chairman of the committee on swept away. White! the thickly fettled agricultural district. Its made ut 2 cen'.s delivered the lowest you wanted for your own self, you'd a ,ious of when tae blood U impure'or slugjlsl' proprietors ..Sage'gRemedy

:'.$;t resolutions,. for the report of that com- back tenths water below of that Arkansas of 1890 City six miles is eighti i the moat prominent town in southern I' price ever known Cotton '. mills ore cried a little, an' then you'd got it.- to. ,permanently cure habitual constipation. in good faith, offer' that, '
: mittee.. west business than in other amount for an incurable case of
Chairman Anderson then sent to Kansas. doing more 'any Street & Smith's Good News. ,
the kllneyj aal liver to a heilthy.ettvlty
of here it is awaken .
to
to 1890 and
reported
i the platform up up' FURTTTEB DETAILS. year, and print cloths are firmer, for qa rrh. Don't think that you
Sret1'Bldwin' a weakening
pre about the Amos Bayou it is above without Irrltatlaj of
country
ed by the committee A stocks are low. The shipments of boots Needed No Warning. have one, though.
.1890. Water from the'Arkansas passing special dispatch of Saturday fromanns >them,to dispel headaches, ooli or fevers useS .
w ing the recess, and it was read. and shoes continue to exceed lastyear's -- Theyll if. they can't !
K
t. through Gum swamp and other places, is City gives further details of tho )rup of Ffcjs. pay you,
and are but 3 cent below the' Mother dear remember
per -"Jly always
.TUB cyclone horror and says: The cyclone'oflast cure .you. Chat's certain. .
,1T01.PE. now pouring over the b Inks into Bayou known for the thus about time is the surest mark of a'
highest.ever year far. that it is not good taste to talk Well arranged
'ii'' Tbe) fropnl with the declaration B Bartholomew a number of places and Saturday night was terribly destructive Speculation,in "cotton his been active yourself in well arranged mind. But they can cure >you. That'sjust
,; : that alone is overflowing that' stream dam the in. its effects. Fifteen persons nro company. about as certain too.
/ party ging ,
with a sixteenth advance and sales of Bliss Budd-"Oh, I never do. I always Bnown's Iron Bitters cures Dyspepsia.M.ila.rla.
r -1rae to the'people'! and can be trusted toadminister .planting community along its banks. known to have been killed end an investigation 69OO0 bales floods and bad weather talk about the other girs.: Biliousness and General Debilit- Give.Strength Can you ask more ? '
the government in their inter- A'trlp through a portion of the-pub-: of ,the''wrecked buildings has ,aids Digestion tones the nerves- '

.i. \ ;af( denounces tbe !republican party And merged districts of the Arkansas and only been barely commenced. The cyclone tending Nothing to !lessen disturbs production.the market: 9100 Reward. 8100. .creates Mothers appttlte.weak women The and best children.Prosperity tonic for. "Nursing

-. :dollar congress'and its McKinley White rivers reveals the fact that the stories did not do much damage until it and the action in money silver is' The readers of this paper will be pleased.to < fl'v'
and the' ] bill and of suffering have not been half t ld. reached the center of the town. On congress on learn that there is at least one dreaded disease is no just scale; adversity. Is-the
) bi for contra : Jefferson it the Luther- not expected to amount to imythiog. that science has been able to cure in all It* only balance to weigh friendi.
I' tbe vise Without avenue destroyed
: prudent democratic any attempt at exaggeration it The treasury has paid out $500,000 more stages and that la catarrh. Hull's Catarrh *
; 'administration of Grover Cleveland. It 'can be said.that tbe entire valley is in a mm u cburch, but only unroofed .residences. than it has taken in Cure lathe only JI..ili'e cure now known to L1TTL&
the
money duiing the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional all
Testify
Its furious done
condemns' -with m ch'.dei the McEluley condition bordering on a state of horror.: most work was within week. Merchandise expor'a are large and disease requires a constitutional ,They S :
): : : act and In Desna the compass of four squares bounded by treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
Arkansas
; trf. .- county, one of the for the week have exceeded last 4 To tbe.IIcIcr

J no'more .urgent mission than richest farming counties in the south, Jefferton avenue, Avenue C and Seventh 500,000 or 17J per into .while year the f increase ,.- mucous,surfaces acting directly of tho upon system the,thereby blood and destroying ,of thaWorkHenomsit fLIVERI:

i; .to destroy a IIlt productive of there are not ,pee thousand acres of dry and Ninth streets. Every building in imports "ver lAst T>ar is s rail the foundation of the disease'and :
in those four Squares was demolished riving the patient strength by building up the
r to much evil in a spirit of land to be seen outside ol Liconi circles. -

L,:- moderation with due regard to Not a faun has'escaped and of the entire: and wrecked. Fortunately residences GERMAN SUGAR. constitution work. The proprietors a8si ting have nature so much in doing faith ita ills Swift'sSptcifle. PILLS I > ,

% the interest of capital now 'investedfind population, with_the exception of a few: in that locality are-not numerous, curative powers that they offer One lIun- too. Ji. rJ5i

?J labor now employed in protected negroes, who are roosting in the second I otherwise the joss of life would have Stored Up by the Ton Awaiting American Ired Send Dollars for list of for testimonials.any ca*>6 that Address it fails to cure. DO. HtfT GBTPK JOE IlalC'* ; '

t Industre. the'&rount.d ty of the stories of houses, not a human being is to been much greater than now appears tobe. Bayers. F.J.CHENEY&Co.,Toledo 0. Son cure fof SICKO .", -.t'
The Phillips house, a hotel, was demolished o y Sold by Druggists 75c. "old-Omo simple ACHE impaired !Ioao7":1
; opposition to the be seen. :Hollindel, theWhite river -
prty t c up. A cable dispatch of Monday from Berlin from the Georgia ps1DatOpt4 eland TfcqruMBTTital cpa
:; aUtm is hai been swept off the face, of. the earth and seven dead bodies have Last The Only One Ever rrlnt d. ] and fields has organ. *, rtmor* Bto a. nv "p
i' eacte Germany, says: year $3,673899 ,- sinew. MtrtcU effect oalUoVnerstEd :.
.for revemue.nly. .ItnpprOVe and the remnants of houses are' lodged I been taken from the ruins. The workof worth of was to CAN YOU MND THE WCUO? to the antipodes. -I Gaaqwr' "
exported
L 'l .both gold atd and among the limbs:of the trees along the rescue there is just only begun. The sugar There is a 3-inch display advertisement in ?! the skeptical and : S bilious nervous.dI?.
tiTer. money de'.Wt America from the consular jurisdiction the theories of orders. XrfabHat .;.
this paper this week which has no two words : M*
mands that al] ;Whether gold or banks of that mighty, torrent. There i is; house wits well filled with guests, and of Berlin, including the two great alike except one word. The same is true of solely oa the c 0 0. imraIDArLTACflOS.. .'f'
:;' 'silvery shall; be. equal Talne. to. each not an inhabitant there today, nor a soul I the lots of life in the house thought and sugarcenters During each new one appearing each weo.'t; from The [ There no blood Beautify complexion by purlfjii.; .
i to be great. The offices of the four local Hamburg Madgeburg. Dr. Hester Medicine Co. This house places a Immediately blood. JTjTtnr VKOXTABU.' .w .. .
4z other
in fact well at Chicot The 5r
: 8 a by declaratIo>ftaw living City. back water the quarter of this year' not one "Crescent"on everything they make and mnib- eradicate. Poisons outwardly absorbed or the The don 11 ieely cdjuited to rait eaft.u IM pill eaa"'. J
/ .It demands the repeal of the herman -: has come forty'miles from the Arkansas newl\papcrs-The Monitor, The Press, pound of One hun, lish. Look far it send them the name of the result of vfle diseases from Within aQ yield to this nenr betoo mnch.Each vial eonUlnf.carried lam Q f' .
F. silver law obstruction river and is up to the second story of: The Voice and The Mail-were destroyed.The dred thousand_sugar was tons exported.of word and they wIll return you BOOK,.BEAtm- potent but simple remedy. .It Is an noeqoaled pocket like.lemd Taken pencil.eanrr Business tbtn ..man's. 8014.-freaf' P4'1'conyeIiuce. .
of'188an diseases
raw are builds the old andteebJee11I'el all
sugar UXHOGBAPHS or SAMPLES fREE.Ifeei1tmydnt7towriteyou1nregrdtoths tonic up _
vheni AU bear"Crweenfc"f, ,. ,
Wel1in ton demolished gennlnegoodi '
foundry was :i'
; international' because buildings. stored in and amountis arising from Impure blood or weakened vitality.
tlm'aD' Hamburg, an equal Bead 2-csnt ttamp.Ton Ida page book wItJa.j {os,
: it is and Mrs William Asher and her sister Bend for a treatise. Examine the proof.
silver Red Fork a of 400 is ,
to place
people. no
rp1dl1.nlglug'tht held at Lubeck Stctlin and in the ;
benefit DR. HARTEB EOICINE
your Bradycrotine has been to my wife. CO., St. Lo.I. Is" .
'' of its more, and the same can bo said .f Pen- Katie Straham, who happened to be I Ever since child
monmetUlm atttnd.i ( manufacturing districts. The German a she has been subject to the Books"Blood and Skin Ptoeases Ine2Od:

.. ,: ing evl It recognizes' the f' d eton.. Relief boats have come in from I passing there at the time, were buried merchants and producers wish to sell, a most month.dreadful She headaches has tried doctors,usually from several Maine tImes 'Druggists Sell D.SWIF DR. S. C. PAR8ONS.i!.
in its ruine end killed. Their bodies to
an ,which the that section; families '
orluzlon.thrgh party bringing surviving .but no buyer appears. It is very unusual California but none could prevent these gnelia SPECIFIC CO.
;f. :; but: when such Large plantations known as the Black- I have been recovered. The destruction situation and have been running.their course. Bradycrotme hag not FEMALE REGULATING!hlr, %.
4 in tho northeastern of tbe city has many reasons failed to effect a cure in a single instance onesufficient. Drawer 3, Atlanta Ga,. l .
organization claims to be the parry itel more place, Allen :Maples and' Green part given for its existence.Are dose usually being Oscar F. Frost JJade for :.
3 instead of its"instrument, then it cup-, place, are under water, and ruined, and*I aim been great. Monmouth Maine. All druggists fifty osnta. diseases. peculiar to her MX-''t-4"

the voice, and. the tenants are camping around on hi l: LIST OF CASUALTIES. We Physically Advancing They regulate the mearw: "
presses ; r.
Learning without is labor lost -
mireprsent thought ; ftraal flow, are safe and reliable .
desire of the it spots of ground, wet and hungry. AH I The following is a complete list of the thought without learning IS perilous.l .have. Leon cold for! 1.'

calls cancusses at unaccustomed seasons, around Catfish point the waters coin' I killed as far as known Frank D.' Edward Atkinson has examined the Back yeard,&Dd cure all diacharuM, : ;
Aches all
your or are worn out, '
.,,- and upon insufficient"notice j when re- rushing in from the Arkanses river, Campbell, James Hastie, Leonard record of hundreds of jrcady-made good for nothing it is yon general debility. 5 surf and inflammationi. of-tba' .;,

jjardlf of:the'votes placed upon the sweeping through forty miles of planta- Adamson, Ida Jones, Mrs.: Asher and L clothing establishments to discover Brown Iron Bitters w.ll cnre you, make you womb.. *.* .'"
:' convention'roll it admits the tion property. Kittie Strahan.' Professor' strong cleanse your liver,and siTe a good ap- Bold by druggists, .and > .ot.
to convention s sister Mayerand whether the white man of the United petite-tones the nerves._ POLISH sent br m&i1- 5 _,

only those who, without respect to At Borton Upson are missing 'and are m States is deteriorating size and weight.As It is with words as with sunbeamfe- tho Pi-loo 01.OO.
GRANT'S TOMB.
.to the volce'and:wisbet of their constitu- probably killed, Lieutenant' W. Frenchand the general res lIt it was found that more they are condensed the monrthey burn. AiJsJ Dr g.c. Persona, "h8llJy?; .

en's, will agreo in advance to support the' -- Cadet Samms, of the' Salvation the average height of the New Eng-!: BEEc J..ul's PILLS quickly cure sick head Wltn hands.Pistes Ir.Jnra, nameTs tha Iron., and an"Fatats born off.which statatbe Physician" te'ls how to get well and keep.weU'""';'f;..'

schemes and oligarchy it has established; A Member of Lee's Staff Delivers a Army; Mrs. Murphy and a child named L lander is five feet, eight and one-half' ache weak stomach, impaired digestion;'con The Rising Son Store Polish Is Brilliant Odor 400 pages, profaselj illustratedFor panphlets -; ;'a/..

when it gives notices, in ''advance that Touching Oration. .. MattieHodges are badly injured. Cam inches, and of Southerners five feet ten stipation,disordered liver,etc. least or glass Durable package and with tho every consumer purchase.f pays. for no tin ,question lis ,private lnfornutioafre rf, .rot "
( !
v they who will not agree to be subservient A New'York dispatch says: The fund Stoner, Gus Colby, Dick Weaver, Carrie inches. The average weight of the J char.'', address with stamp- Ga- -
............ DIt. S. C. PAKSONS, *T..a" : 1ii
; will not be admitted'then it ceases to' for the Grant monument has been com Mitchell and Ed Forsythe each received I American'ofto-day is between 155 and As Man RIPANS TABULESntnl/t?!

be representative, creates 'discontent, pleted.; That was tbe announcement injuries more or less serious. The streetsare 100 pounds. Mr. Atkinson discovered a Drowning Uie purify(tomach.tbe blood Brer are. and arfe bowel and ef-S* : ..

: rouses resentment and'imperils tbe 'suecrsi .'! made, amid tbe cheers of the multitude, impassable'and nothing but run: exists that the avcrugo height and weight of' 'a Clutches at a Straw : medicine feotnaL The known beat for general.**" (unity! KILLER

of the party., In this emergency 'it .at the Memorial Day exercises Monday: everywhere. At least twelve bodies merlin this country has perceptibly increased So Mr. Powell .I.Constipation tm Plea FOIII:

'_ becomes the duty of the original elements' I. afternoon in front of the tomb of General h'.ve already.been taken-out'of the ruins' since the} war of 1861-5, and Took.Hood' : Breath ot ADDettte Headache Mental He* Depreaelon.Loa.* .

y* .of the party to take'a ch notice as will 1 Grant. The crowd was very large one.' and something less than seventy-five are that we are slowly increasing rather than Sarsaparilla : Complexion FalnroilMgeitioa.. Tired Pimple.ioeBaz Sallow, and* Datcn rt-8 Fly EUIer Is sure death. Every IIIeei WIt. #

: restore to it the Just relations between its, The program of exercises was very impressive injured. Men are working,everywheretrying decreasing in size and strength.-[Chicago And It Rescued Him.From Danger."A f JeTCTT blood,or umptom afaaare or by recoiling ch.UTOT from or Intestines impure; kill quiet a when quart you of flies read and and secure the comforts peace while of anapnr 705 l.. <(&:I'' ."

members and their agents., The platform and appropriate. "The principal to.rescue the imprisoned ones. News. year ago I was in very bad condition. I I to perform th jr proper function Persons elren to J the morning. Get Dutcher's and secure beat mMtTJFSED'K 1.

closes as follows: oration was delivered by Colonel Charles _tJn._ nnn___ _n/iw_ pan___ 'Trttlire_.____ the___ extent__n__ of__ ,-' run-- uown.- "10. .a... ... :-'ne.. trouble. -- was 'dyspepsia .Jorer meaI.ating 1'rke are benefited hv I' MiKF&TAni'fJKiftAr PTJTCHEB DBUO, COPtoo's .-S S ,

The democratic party retains unshaken Marshall; who was chief of staff to General the catastrophe and da}light will alone GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. in its worst form accompanied by .a drwi Ac TEtETUPAASCHEJilVAi..U Wastedj EIGHTY
confidence in the ability and lofty integrity Lee .the confederate commander. reveal the saddest scene of the ruin and -- Nervous ProstrationI ....... .... fr!ceat.yroflt.....j. .5
of Grover Cleveland and in his devotion desolation witnessed in southern Industrial Development Daring the Best.Easiest to Use,i ;.
Among other things, he said: "It is not ever could not eat, I could not sleep, and at AGENTS WANTED LABOK CO)-
: public duty. He is the choice I easy to express the thoughts that tire Kansas. The Cole and Robbinson block Week Ended Hay 28th. I could times MISSION to sell a lemonade m CATARRHSold
scarcely move my hands.I felt that un' crystal; does not contain tartarlo acid territory
:4. of 'an :overwhelming majority of the scene before me inspired in my mind-in ruins took fire and strenuous efforts are The Chattanooga Tradesman'in'10 its review of less I could get relief.soon that'I should I. von. DavU & Hatch: New Bedford,lias*. '. by druggists or sent by mad.Me. .
democrats o"f New York; and the coun the mind of being made to rescue" the known tbesitnatlonin the south fur the week end.d "
r every man who understands people surely die. I at length concluded to trr ; T. Fitzgerald,,: ,L 1' HaielUne,Warren, Pa.
try may rely with':confidence'on'his abil the full meaning of this occasion. Men who ,to be buried there. It,is now believed from May 28 its, 1892, states that the reports received Hood's Sarsaparilla for P''A'TENTS1 D8't08t D. c. '- .
ity to the 'state. inKfovembcr.V the will correspondents throughout the eouthcrn ft ..e boOK free.:L A. N. U. .
: carry triumphantly .were arrayed against each other in dead- that list of the dead number between states fhow that in the overflowed districtsof Like -- :

We believe" that 'by nominatinghiin.io'le ly' strife are now met together to do twenty and thirty, and the !injured the Mississippi valley the destruction of could catch a Drowning ManI
at straw.
When
a I
d the party in the app honor to the memory of one who led one about seventy. crops has been fully as ftreit as anticipated. It began taking' W.
it face and
lOhlug contest.for'tho presidency, the part of this audience to complete and The most sppaling scene was that, at materially is not believed reduced, however and, that the cotton area ii which my are all gone.hands After were'I covered had been with taking,sores it, L DOUGLAS $3. SHol;
no
national convention will rpJnctiou u expected -
out almost absolute the Phillips house where a ball was in
carry the in
I victory over tber'yet m the amount to bo raise:. From Texas a couple of weeks I could not deny that::1 felt ,
the unanimous wish of'the party and best hearts of the victors there is' no feeling progress when the cyclone burst. The points complaints are made of a cold and backward better. I have now taken 3 bottles and as a result .. For ganttemra S* a fins Call Shoe. made) eamliiM, at ,if$, _
consult the welfsre of the country. We of and in the hearts of the dancers were given little opportunity to season. The iron show I the bast '
triumph, vanquished industry seems to weigh ISO .am able to work again and leather produced In Ibis country. Theme are no ,_ '
'pledge ourselves.to support the. candidate there is no bitterness; no humil escape from the toppling structure. As signs of rev.vinfr prosperity. Throughout the feel a thousand times better. I am certain that tacks or wax tkraad to'nurt the toot, and tm made aameotb 1; .
nominated Chicago. The delegation iation." the building began swaying in the terrific -. .iron an 1 coal districts of Georgia, Tennessee In a short time by continuing the medicine I I taalda aa alau4-w04 anoa. It la aa stylish aasy
and Alabama them is reasonal and shall be completely cured I. fining enC doxabla
activity, aa ooatom-mado shoes from
as '
am
now so near : coating
chosen by this convention is instructed After referring to the bittercess of the gale, the people in the crowded ballroom new industries, such as iroi: and steel works- It. My friends all express surprise to see such : $4.00 to $9.00. aaa aokaowladgad to be UMt. ".t:.

to act uiunitaccordiog to the conflict and the fact that the combatantsso made a frantic rush for the doors. textile plants, etc., are report el as in contem change. S Best In the World for I
determination of.a majority of its memI quickly dispersed at the end of the The stairways and halls were immediately plation. The interest before reported in new Hood's the price. X._ :
Sarsaparilla -S-
Su .bm. ;: war, he said: filled by crazed men and women, who eotton mills continues, and several are men
Is Indeed
:4 denouncement nt. of the midwinter "No such tore at each other in their mad rush for tioned as having ben organized dating the a wonderful medicine and Its
peace as our peace ever followed week with others in The claims
progress. lumber in are fully justified to experience. For GENTLEMEN. 11I'
$*) ,c nvenUqn'wII greeted with tremendous immediately upon such a war as the open air. With the crash of the walls dustry is unchanged. The general tenor of reports ." B.C. POWXLL, Bigelow N.Y.my For LADIES.

.! '. applause. The reference to Grover Cleve. our war. The'exhaus'.ed south was completely about and over them there arose a great is fairly satisfactory and warrants the belie Oenuiu Uu& '

.,4 ..: land as being able to carry New York] at the mercy of the victorious wail of despair from the imprisoned and that tha south u steadily and surely Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner- ..815 :0'0 Hanel..wecL '3.00
\10:. instate also moved the doomed emerging from the era of financial and indus Fills assist digestion cure headache. '
convention multitude.
to its north and 'Vet the sound of the last gun trial depression. Best'
i" :..t' feet and brought PD storm of applause m,' had scarcely died away when, not only As the timbers crashed down upon the Six-y-one new industries nra reported as es- $A .00 Hanel-Stwed Walt Shoe. 2.50

'r- ,. while' the affirmation that this convention I- peace, but peace and good will,,were reestablished struggling merry-makers, their hoarse tabliBhecJ or incorporated during the week together Young Mothers IWe Q caIf

and its'constituencies would support and victors and. vanquished cries were throttled by the weight of the with fiftecn- n'argcments' of manufac $350 Police and 2.00

*. .the nominee at Chicago, ''whoever he both took up the work of repairing the mass of timbers above them Then came tories, and seventeen important new buildings. Jarmer. I eqi'
Among the"new industries Offer Ton .
: v might be;; was greeted by a burst of ring damages of war and the the silence of death and reported are brick a .7emedg"uMth A
advancing common ., insensibility, works at Cartcrsville Ga., and Greenville S.C., Insure* Safety to 82 'rflEZtraValu.. I.,
I .J' lag cheers that l left 'no doubt as to the welfare of the whole country, as if only to be followed, a moment later, by canneries at Qaincy Fla.', and Sharon, Tenn., Uf ofMotlur and Child. Call Shoe. wua

purpose Qf the convention.. At the close the old relations-social, commercial and the shrill blasts of the tempest,. as it a $50,000 cigar factory at Tampa, Fla. cotton : Rr BOYS'' & YOTff

I ,' L' 'of the reading the throng was again upon: political between the people of the two rushed on to other destructive work and compress Marlin at Birmingham, Ala., Houston end MOTHER'S FRIEND" -225 WorJdngmau' d:
Tex.. and -
Shoe.
its feet and the and sections had the shrieks of the a steam cotton gin at Eobc-
been
'; applause was long never disturbed. agonized injured or line, La. An e.ectricpant: with $503,000 capi- :';
4r! 'uproarious. Several' enthusiastic: ,' and dying who were pinned down in a mass tat has been organized' at Atlanta, Ga., one 2Rob. Confinement of its 2.oO OoodweL. v S2SCHOOL

," .:' earnest speeches were made'in seconding, CORN IN GEORGIA. of debris. Those who escaped from the with f 50,000 capital at Rome, Oa., and one fain,Horror and Sttk i

r ,:'. : the motion for the adoption.of: 'the plat -- building began immediately the work ol with the same capital at Glendale W.Va. A. I I Aftertutn*on bbttleof"Mother's Friend"I
The Census Office grain elevator will be built at Denton uttered but little paIne an.1 Ul.t Ilea experience that _
Gives the TeL
form. Average a
The of the
report resolutionscommittee rescue. Some of those who fled 'from weaknru afterward tuual la such cases.-Urs. Itb TAKE :
$100,000 fince company chartered at Savannah AJnux UAOX,Lamar Mo.,Jan.i5tt. NO SUBSTITUTES. 4 L
was, then1 adopted, the.plat Yield Per Acre.' the building left wives and s"eel hearts, Or, and one with $10,000 at Clarendon 1391.sent
capital
form being thus endorsed. The following The census office at Washington has husbands or brothers behind. These S. C.. flour and urist mile are reported at Aus, I! price$UO by per express botue..charges Book to prepaid Mot uers.on mailed receipt Irea.of times IT, to IS A the DUTY youOwetoy urse11andyourfamilyduniu theaea4.

t J recloution 'supplementary to the just issued its report of the overage yieldof they sought in the pile of bricks and ttn. Tex., capital $ OOOO. at Huntsville, Ala., BU.DFIELDJLEGULtTOU CO., wear if get most value for your money. 'YOU can economize in

4. 'iL. platform was presented. and adopted: cereals per acre in Georgia and Ala timbers. As fast as the bodies were and Readvville ice '' ., and Waxahatchie, TeL, ATLANTA GA. a greater you value purchase for the W> I,. Donglaa'Shoes, width, without' question,
factories than
r sr .Resolvedrhat: this convention" approve bama., Of corn in Georgia the ,yield if taken out they were surrounded ,by, p Ala., and Morrill eS'ablishod ton, Ark.,, at, a Opelika cotton, BOLD BY ALL DHUOQI3T3. A money any other makes.
,
endorse and point with pride to It.83 per acre while 'in Alabama it is crowd of anxious people, who .vainlj tie factory at Bi mingham, Ala., a 1600,000 C UT'0 I W' L. DUCLAS' name and the Price Is etm.

I the administration pf Grover Cleveland, 14.14. Of oats, in Georgia, 9.22; in tried to identify their mangled remains.A et'el nnd' iron furnace at Llano TcX., a consumer against on the bottom o* each shoe, which protect thi

,and we recommendhim to the Chicago: Alabama, 9.37. Wheat in Georgia, meeting of the Salvation Army war tSO.OOO engine and boiler works at Greenville who acknowledge the high prices and Inferior hoes. Beware ofdea1IS'S
4
'.4 convention nomination and to the in in ball the Robinson Texas a I 000 iron castings plant at Newport "AugustFlower superlorfty of W. L Douglas' Shoes by attempt,
5.58;; in Alabama, 5.26. Of rye. in progress a near Ky., a hardware Ing to substitut. other makes for them. Sucfr.ubstltutioris
company
; .a democratic party and patriotic people ot Georgia, 4.15; in Alabama. 6.67. The block. The falling walls of this bnilJ Term., and a wire: plow! line plant Chattanooga at Birming ulent, and subjeott. pr.s.cutlon.by law are :

; the country for re-election again; 'to the. county in Georgia which produced the ing crushed the hall and it is known thai ham. Ala. A $50,030 coal mining company has false pretenoes. W. I.. DOUGLAS, grockton, forobtalning, MaiL rnoneyUfl'W

4 .presidency. .. largest number of bushels of corn in two were killed.' It is probable when the been organized at Lynchbnrg Va., one with Ifa.t for sale In ,
'L. Judge Sunderlin of is it the same capital at Elkhorn. Va., and one waated l'oatage y.ur place send dheet I. Factory, tatl.jIi .1.. asdwtM1
Bchuyler.; county, 1889 was Burke, which produced wreck cleared away will be foun 1 tree., AGENT$ WAIITED. 'Will
Knoxville gtvo
IVnn where I JiaVe'agent ezeI.ly.
:then nad alist of-district delegates i at"Jarge'ch'osen 598,585, but that was produced on 64,480 many more perished. It was past tim Alexandria, Va., nickel, a plating vulcanizing works plant at Pine at and advirti,. tk. free In focal pLOVELL ,- sai_. :5. sk. deMA'

.f by the districts and by the acres while Floyd produced 506,377 fir the army to adjourn, but the storn Log,Oa., a phosphate mining company at c S ., S j -S'-t', ,
'committee on delegates: the Chicago bushels on 39,087 acres, or over twice asjnacy kept the meeting in. One of,, the 'members Ocala, FI., oil and gas companies at Hartford : For_two years I:suffcred.ternibly 5'i.

convention. The'work of the committee bushels per acre.Washington 'was engaged in prayer. when the City and Middle Ferry, W. V., oil mill at Mobile with stomach trouble, and was for : .,

;: was approved and.thus the.ucst.on',df f county produced lil0,560 bush cyclone struck the Robinson block. Before A $t,00 Ala.,000, and cotton a stamp mil will mill be at built Eastland at Magno Texas. all that time under treatment by..a DUMOND

'. 'a protest had,.been Metefmmed' and a els. on 57,621.acres.. Bsrtow "Myof the soldiers could rise Iron lia, Miss., a $75 COO one at Elberton/., and .physician. He finally, after trying ; .. CYCLES. tofl r:
.. :}; ,course of a contest and.,demand. at Chicago produced more wheat' than any their knees the walls of the building : one at Bessemer, A\\ everything, said stomach "zrTh.i IB rar*naamatt La la*and Qanta. stytaa '
my
'. 4 for the seventy-seats of New York other county in. Georgia.- grew 66-. g,ve way, 'With a crash., How any. otaem Among new woodworking planU of tha week 'worn out and that I would ,was \'l thanMnasTratn! Ousfilcn, Steel Droi sue Solid Tlra*. ,, .. .5
haveto
jj1 q' .York had bee fixed,upon.hrce 933 bushels on 9.906 acres. Gordon comes escaped alive is a marvel. are furniture factories at Little Bock and Pine cease t-_ 1 Tvbinr.Arfjuttabto Ball BMrlnp| Forging to aU Stotl T' : -'
Bluff ArIL, a lumber solid food. running part .
t$ 'mfoTh'wl g, Jre'.Jh:de1egb1es at next with 7I64 bushels on 8,524 acres. Seven persons at the residence'* planing mills at Donglassville.company at Bristol.Tcnn.,' eating On the recommendation 1 including Ptdals.' 3np.nsion Saddt*. *- -,
Ga. V1iT4
and Atlan *
::4a ;'. tAlexaader r, E... Orr., JJrookljn; There are twenty-six counties in Georgia Esquire Smith were".b3dly 'injured an ta, Texas, saw and shingle mills kt,Gurley.Ala., of a friend I procured I Strictly HXQK GRAD in.Xvery'PaeZar.S ',' F'i' '..,

.1i'-q..r.f.r".p. n tu 1J'rt. Xw,T rk: fJ. P.; which dId not produce a'bushel of wheat thq wlu>ie number may -At, anytime Poplar Grove, Ark., Pliqnemine, La ,London'' 'a bottle of August Flower. It seemed 1kw.CIsie.I Sand lIlC St eeits i* Mr 100 Iil.trtM Z ".

._ :BIsho BuffaIo.ex.Meyor Edward Fit.ic' a4 during that ]ar.._ There are..bat three added. to th<' fist of. QIC do ;d and and Cooksville.Teno.* and a wajon factory to,do me good at"once.- ,I gained '-JOHN P. ( aas ailu, KevolTtrs, Sp.rig H4t, s5. t"i
it "
; g1d-TTDy1, "counties in the state l Hickxnan, Ky.' strength and flesh J.
.
produced more Cholera Ravages. Among enlargements of factories rapidly. I '!el .. ''' -. .
::IBDOBfZO. 'fD KLKCTOE8,:, : ".than 100,000'bushels of'oats. They are ire? Coke works at Marbeury,'W.'VaeUo reported jio now like'a..new man, and consider I ; 5 .. -' ff"Cf""f'
Cable
% 'Before the fol- .BrooD Floyd and Wilkes Brooks dispatches of Tuesday from Calcutta l- lighting plants at :that .
: adjournment bad pro- Mobile Ala, and Charleston, August Flower has curedme:?' 5. .5' ", ', I ..
lowinz resolution duced J 22.775 bushels on '13,225 India.report that, since _May 7tb, 8.C., each adding $50.000( to its capital : __ '.. : '. -5 -S .f"
: acre'
i' :,. 'presented ; gas'work 'J as.'E; 1 ed rick/Sa : ,, .
there have gerti N.
been 2,460 deaths from cholera at wheeling WVs.ironworks Y.a :
,
Salem .
at
,
,,
Wbereas The of this Floyd 102,642 bushels on 9,759 and .
bbject convention acres ,
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.' : '. at Serinagur, in the vale"of Cashmere "a., powder works at Ooltew, '., a f200900 ,-, >
't' ** is correct..the wrong done.;to the. Wilk ,'lM.'OI on 12,697 acres.'Sniaflpoxjn'WestTlrglnla.." All Europeans in the place became'a1irm addition to a cotton milt at Fort .Worth, /__WINSHIP: ,MACHINE :co1t
&; democrats of-New York by the'con vet Fex., and woodworking
: plants-at Logaosport
,
"., u..:. tion liield Albany L on the. 22db'rF; b"i.J'UU1liat .ed 8rIne t'xns ago at the fearful"ravages.of Ky..Ttorense,K;0. and Morgantoo N. C- ',, TuU'l.Hajr Dye L ..J I.' :""" .. ".- '.
-< A'diapatchoWedne&dayfroiiParken.' the diseosVund left thcit .I The ATLANTA, Q*. .
in the selection> a delegation'cago I. newtouilding of tha week include bank .; ., .
'.: .fito. of;the I burg,}V:..Y.,a Y'f The reports of small, -. (raiding tt Canton,, Miss., Innnesi house at. Ol'll blr orw..keN %_ > y: TACot% n\ tins
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representative ', Cotton PreSSe8
St1- Jfeiieaks.The .
E' 00. !: I pox in a violent form Pomeroy, Mason Conrictlnr Borne and. Savannah;, G&.f'lUnmlle: =' Fla.,' black by satngIeapplI'Ionofth"a&. : ; ,

\ ;' 'WiUa. d .,City and Setart:have abundant. foundation : UniterrSCate bart/irieasion' at' LexingtonV; Ky.,'and Huuietta Tex.a church'. .Impertaa natural color Sets lnataat.aecu...fl..., .':"P .:.Uekiiig'i..1 ; .; _
l Whereav realize that thrsction'qf I itPiDeestkYe91hDs, at:ErUngTr-Ky. and .J7IU1deontaIDI-" _"4 ,
there 8an'onlo to'llelallb'; --" : *e. .aM 6.1a ,
'Iti.-waa'reportedTuesdsythat. fpfsr"secured. twenty elenwood,T eons 0 Sold b7 d1l,I'w7b. dla.ster. : r-'F. ::
:tf the electoral college.ctesrIyiegieteritt! I IMT .boteUt. ')forri- seat_neeIM. OiarCottscn:
; '.w :witb convictions of'Mexicans who.: town, Tenn. :and ofprie $ ;0ss,_ WfthSWP.fltReyoLvthjGM}
"' twenty.61XC&les Pomeroy, were guilty j a ianUarmm: at Knaxrille, 1W I"2Me p"5. 'cJI" kI >
f the the"na .
1p tt ViUj ; party, a proposed at f our:4c ths,"and:V dozen cases at.. Mason" :of yiolating neutrality>Jaws during Peon,an.1 a warebou at hounos.. .Water* ,, Ae .. taa sample so. that it"r"IIa
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