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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 24, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Brandon wn silent; the bitter force of I bearing on his shoulder a firelock of I FATE AND LIFE, r *' and can beat back from Rockaway The wind caught the loose canvas of ALL OYERFLORIDA.

CAPTAINSIEDLEY.r the other awed him. formidable weight and He was nght. the boom, I .
lengh. tacks one the Scotland lightship the mainsail, an d swung across '
Have you given up home and friends? full six feet in height, not l e her, Fate gave stone in place of Bread, t turnedat -
the deck with force. Harry
I
So also have have less than two hundred and and thence the hospital ship; great '
I.' Back of I weighed t
Vicksburg I II And yet she made
'.t'' _. own the finest cotton plantation along I fifty pounds. He was so fleshy that he But took her and D smiling mon brightly,:said, another tack brings the wind o our George's shout, saw i coming, and leIs of the State Gathered;at Random

1{. the river; it has been confiscated ere I. with the characteristic waddle of gt beam i and gives us a straight run home." attempted to drop flat upon the deck.

: now,and should the Confederacy previ :. very fat men. His face was round and I "It i a sne"1h "How you do love the water," said He was not quick enough, and in an in- and PiwgrapMcally Presented.The .

i r ABomanceofthe Civil it will be lost to me forever. !. rosy, a large double chin depending weary days herskflfnl hand e Nellie, showing her admiration a little slant the heavy spar struck him on the

could bear; it would be the lightest of from it.- .He had little twinkling eyes, I more openly than was pleasing to George. side of the head and knocked him sense revised statutes of Florida! are out ..
War. and snub-nose almost buried in the te
i misfortunes. And have left be- a
; my you Unto the sculptor's arts; "Yes, Miss Brown," replied Harry,"! less over the side of the boat. and have gone into effect as law. "
'
:: hind you a beautiful girl who will be overlaying flesh; instead of the deep '
S true to you in weal or woe, whatever bass voice that might have been expected Wit her fine eyes, glowingly* there adore the sea." The girls screamed and sprang to their .b *

..' shocks and storms of war the from this bulk a thin kind of a squeakwas burned George sme at Harry's enthusiasm, feet; the boat careeu and came sharply The committee on public buildingsand

;; BY MAJ. JAMES F. FITT3.niAlTER land; who loves the Union swee flag heard when the man openedhis Hops fire within her heAd and observing him said: up into the Harry sank out of grounds has reported favorably tho

'. 4JI -Ah, but is that so? Yon Ud not say mouth to speak. His dress was a "Mr. Courtney, I don't believe you sight, and the next instant George's form enate bill for the public building .at
did disclose
lol r the sunrise ,
10. hopeless mingling of hunter's and ciizen's one morn feel like that, do you I" cleft the surface. Nellie and Blanche Tampa bur, of c with a reduction.
. "Indeed she does!" cried Brandon, costume, quite seedy, the Commanding, gracious, grand, stood with faces locked in each ure reduction of the
"Well ghastly ,
slowly a
replied ,
"
VI. with enthusiasm. "There isn't a firmer absurdly crowned by a battered .stovepipe" A marble statue perfect in its Georg ama rcommende
, PE his don't know other's and with fear. Tumpa building $100-
arms speechless
hat. His the weighing ,
LOVE AND LOTALTY. Union woman in the whole land,thoughher appearance upon Carved by her steadfast .
The candles burned and sputtered, parents are secessionists. In fact," scene, instead of causing any sensation Maude that 1 can talk like Harry, but I should They thought only of the two men ba- 000 instead of $10,0.is 'prodde: by

tnd hardly illumined the dark corners and he tried to laugh, "I don't believe was met by the utmost indifer Andrew Ob hate to see harm come to the Mystic's neath the waves, buried out 'of sight the senate WI!. cmmitee report

of the room; but the moonbeams pouring she would see any good in me if, I were ence. A few words as to the timbers.: I've known her from keel to under the storm-driven spume. To calls attention to fat that te'

into one of the small windows helpedto not a stanch Unionist." this singular character will be oppor- IN A SQUALL. weather-vane ever since Harry bought Nellie's eyes was visible a powerful receipt from customs and internal le-

light the place. Charles Smedley sat And," pursued Smedley, "you have tune,before taking n closer view of him. her and she's faithful craft." ,frame, instinct with every pulse of noble enue at Tamps for the last fiscal year
upon tho small box, his head leaning on the hope of some day being reunited. I Years before, Itburiel Mancy was a I aggregated nearly not including
at Nashville "There, cried Harry, "you see mj and a calm, quiet face, that $0,00
his hand, in much the same attitude in Now, suppose she were an ardent rebel happy, good-natured youth manoo 1237.000 passing
which we saw him before the rush of the -do you think you would love her?" on good terms with everybody, full of N the piazza ofThompson's I boat has two lovers, and she's shown plunged into the waves to save the through Tampa in bond. g .

mountain men upon him. Graham Bran "It s a hard question; I never thoughtof brag, confidence and a time Hotel, at I equal favor to both, and betrayed the man who had been a friend, but a rivalin

-. don sat carelessly on one corner of the Alice in that way. tve agree so per. he passed for what he pretended to be; the Highlands of trust of neither." love. S C C

large box, his shapely head slightly bent fectly about the war that it is difficult to .but the discover was soon made that he # '? Na\esink short dis. "Ther's a woman," replied And then there came to her eyes a EJpel.eo.c. !. Drrl'c Pb..pbnte.. :

down as be earnestly looked at theother's imagine her being on the other side. But was nothing at all. Say / eat two Nellie with many audacity "that does sight that she never forgot. Less than A correspondent writing from Anthony,
face. Only six years of time -there is only one Alice Clay in East what you will, there are men who are tnce awy great, lays: The French company has been
sep girls just from the boat the
arated them; jet there was much, Tennessee, in tho world! Yes, I believe born lazy, and who never get the betterof young the sme. twenty-five yards making an experiment In drying phosphate
very it. Ithuriel was of this kind. He bursting'into the first "How can that be?" asked Courtney. foamcovered'ters parted, and the face "
: much, in those few years. For a careful I should love her, anyway.: ,, by "burning.. for the past three
observer, scrutinizing both of them "Then ut'oursel in myplace! Lookat studied law and could make nothingout -, bloom of woman- "Many a woman has two or more she was waiting for arose; then the weeks and the indications are 'that it

as they sat there, would have seen that that picture. of it; medicine the same-but did hood. One was a lover who have never breathed their powerful shoulders and the sinewy arms, entirely successful. This methodof .

the one face was full of hope and life, He handed a small ambrotype-case to succeed in making the doctor's patientsvery blonde of the most refined type. Silken minds to her, and by showing equal one thrown around the motionless form drying is the one generally employedin
sick with of the wonderful
eager, earnest and enthusiastic; the Brandon,taking it from an inner pocket doses that some he for hair, of a soft, flaxen color, was combed favLe to all, she betrays the trust of I of Hairy Wilson, the other cleaving the the boulder and by the South'
. nasty compounded
next his The regions
other serious Tennesseau
reflective
- careworn, with young
hear. back plainly from her and white water with The calm
a dash of the bitterness of trial and dis. gazed upon the lineaments them in the doctor's absence. He tied pure none. giant stroke. Carolina companies. It consists -

-. appointment in its lines. of that superb face, where the proud, clerking it, and was dismissed in brow. The arched eyebrows of faint "Ha, ha, ha I"laughed Harry. George, gaze was turned toward her; their eyes essentially in arranging a layer of ?
of the grace before the end of the week. After brown sat above two of the se- met and in that moment she wood of about
The Captain's sword lay between them, passionate beauty South appearedin calmly I will you go below and see where the ; supreme on layer phosphate afoot
its handsome mountings glittering in the every feature-in the oval face, the several more dismal fnilures he disappeared renest blue eyes in the world. I lunch things are and set the table?" knew that he worshiped her, and felt thick, pu'tlng a layer of phosphate

; light. Brandon took it up and placed Hon wealth of dark hair,the soul that looked and was next heard of as a fat, Her companion, Nellie Brown, was a As started out that she Iov, him. several feet thick on the wood, and firing

the blankets."I from the expressive eyes. Graham Bran. good-natured, graceless loafer in some brunette of the type commonly called George t carry and Harry'ssuggestion "A rope I" he gasped.A the wood. The wood will continue ,
of the of East Tennessee. Blanche said t
villages Amongthis arose :
he said with don he looked that here
thought
am superstitious, as was *
coal black and until it is
hair
smile. "I want no weapon," however hon one whom he could admire at a distanceas plain, industrious and temperate dashing. Her was "Let me go,too; I'm sure I can be of spare sheet was coiled on tho deck.. bur completely conue
people the vagabond might have fared in some lights looked bluish. Her eyes Nellie seized one end, turned it a coupleof heat being utilized t the
orable between us. The events of the last he would some Eastern queen of old assistance you, Mr. Courtney.
few hours have made us friends. From fable or story; and then the sweet, ear. hard but for his never-failing good- were almost black. Nellie's lips wore "Well,"t replied George.smiling, "we times around her waist, and then withal in drying the pbopht. The burning

this time forth, whether there be war 01 nest face of Alici Clay came between, humor. It never deserted him, and f l and ripe, but just a trifle compressed well without the her strength hurlexi the coil towar continues for The main

peace, friends we must be." and thought, "I culd admire,rfot love caused him to be tolerated where he telling at.once of a passionate usually of get along board very the but Qeorge. It 'him, and with a objection heretofore urged sgainstdrying
Smedley grasped the outstretched hand. her." could lOt be respected. Frequenting nature and strong Her ai women on Mystic smile his f he it. here by burning was that the rock is in'
f "You have saved my life," he said. "Age, gaze at that countenance!" the villages in winter, in the mild and of that clear wi. hue am sure that your ski will b of great on ce grasped too small pieces to be dried satisfactorily
complexion was warm "Pull! he
"The hours not when I cried in kind of pleasant seasons he would betake himself assistance i to me, gratefully acceptyour gasped.
are many thought Smedly a rapture. by this method. The experiment of theFrench ,
that shows the movement of the
to the moun'aing! nnd there wander slighest Nellie needed no further instruction
; it but a poor possession, at least. But, at "Not in Mississippi, not in all the generous offer. however leads to different -
the South harmlessly and aimlessly about, at peace rich blood beneath it. Her.cheeks were She tugged at the in sheer company a
world goes, you have done me the is there another such woman. That little complimentary speech was away rope conclusion snd the indications
greatest service that man can do for man. She id just five years younger' than I; with the world and himself, never refused I !eve without a sparkle, and her lips sel not lost on Nellie; she was not in love desperation.In that several of the, will are in
companies dry
That service binds me to you." she has not alone beauty, but mind, the shelter of the mountaineer'scabin a smile. with but she knew a few seconds George had his bur- .
"There is another bond," replied Bran. accomplishment and, least of all, or 1 share of his humble food. When Harry Wilson's clear, manly George Courtney; den at the gunwale.He this way.
that he was with her and she brooked *
don, "and perhaps a better one. We are own right. Her father is His ponderous and useless firearm always ;
wealh voice rolled from the river brink her
: the end of the whichhe
. both firmly enlisted in the Union cause.; pompous,chattering nobody, her mother accompanied him; and the storieshe up no rival, not even in the presence of her passed rope Weather mm* Crp. -
, that makes us brothers." an invalid. She has two brothers, would tel of the havoc that he had eyes danced and her lips quivered. nearest friend. held under Harry's shoulders, and The Florida Weather Service bulletinfor

;. Smedley's face clouded. both in the Confederate armies. With caused in the Clinch Mountain. Blanche Hastings w not blind, and "Why, you have a genuine feast pre gays it to Nellie. week ended Jane 13th, says: The

': Yes," he said. "I have reached that her, as with many other Southern women among bears and American panthers just the slightest spasm of fear shot pared; Nellie will be charmed." "Hold that till I get in," he said. rainfall for the week, while poorly distributed .

point at last. By the sacrifice of everything the cause of the Confederacy is a were simply amazing. No one ever saw through her heart as she thought that her "Will she?" asked George a little She obeyed, and, climbing over the has averaged nearly, normal for
-love, friends, possessions have passion there is no sacrifice that she any of the trophies of his skill and dar ,
; friend might become her rival in love. gunwale, he took the from her. In the season for the state as a whole. Heavy ,
l' kept myself true to the country and the would not make for it. She is the toast, ing; but his blood-curdling narrativeswere Just inside the window behind the eagerly; "Iarranged this lunch myself. rope local rains have '
occuredin
another he had in the sections.while
moment some .
Hag. I am at last a soldier the Union, the reigning belle of Vicksburg. She always concluded with the assertion "Yesshe will, replied Blanchelooking Harry
t but I have given up all to become one." had a dozen suitors from the proudest "It's "true; every word of it is tre. two young ladies and out of sight of I straight into eyes; "you take boat, and was pouring brandy down his many localities have been favored

His woeful voice deeply touched his and wealthiest Mississippi families, and Ithuriel Mancy says it, and he stakes both, stood a young man with his hands great delight in pleasing Nellie, don't throat. Blanche had fainted on the with a seasonable amount A few correspondents '

hI. companion. The hand of the latter was she chose me from them all. Think how his honor as a gentleman upon the correctness thrust deep down in his pockets, and ?" deck. report only light sho-er and

placed upon his shoulder. proud and happy I was in the position of this account." When it is wrapped deep thought. He you ati others state that no rain fell during
t; You will be honored for that, hereto of her accepted lover! Then came this added that he was'much given to the use was apparent not a,handsome man. But George "Why, certainly, said George, lookinga week. Over a narrow strip along the

: and elsewhere," said Brandon. "1 know accursed war, she knew my devotion to of high-sounding words, which he remembered Courtney bore in his face, with Its frank little embarrassed."I The shades of evening had gathered Atlantic coast from Titosville south to

p.now something of what you have sacrificed the Union, and she grew cold to me, as from his former reading c blue and its of hair fear you are too anxious to please around the Highlands, and Nellie Brownwas Hypoluxoio Brevard and Dade counties
5- for your loyalty. I read those letters that letter says. I was tormented with professional books, his photograph eyes corona light an her," Blanche said, her eyes becoming sitting on the piazza thinking something I heavy rains are At ,
very Hypo-
c. pardon me, I had to, so that I could the of I eaeh be complete. expressipn of marvelous sincerity. No I rprte.
; pangs jealousy; saw day serious. "Pardon my speaking so plainly, of her of the morning, but luxo Dade county fell in
fully explain conduct to those simple the men I had in her affections one ever heard him speak without being escape ,
t your supplanted With his the '
great gun leaning against but I fear would better think less of
hero'spart.
had two hours and
you more of him who played a a on June 8 and the
ignorant men. They have supplied admitted to her house, proudly side of the cabin, this recruit now convinced at once of his truthfulness.He her." hal ,
i' me with what was lacking in your explanation wearing their new gray uniforms, while talked, or rather waddled, about from stood gazing'with a peculiar expression daily average for week was nearly
. when you came to me at Knox- I was denied admission. I wrote to her, one group to another, n huge chunk of out though the half closed "What do you mean? 'Miss Brown,I have come to say gOby. (: two inches. This is the first time during

z. tille. Yes, I understand you thoroughly the answer came baek,that you have bread in one hand and one of meat in blinds Nellie Brown. He bad heardHarry's Blanche did not speak, but simply I go away to-morrow." the lesson that this section has had sufficient -

now, and honor you accordingly. But, read. the other, and, with his mouth full upon bent her head toward the cabin door, It was who spoke. raia for crops. It came too late

my friend, may it not be possible that "Wel I dared not see her. No, 1 hal the time, poured out a flood of bun- song, and had smiled a he remembered through which Harry could be plainly ';Go George ," said Nellie, for the vegetable crop,but will b highly
away
how often he had heard the tomorrow
t.
you are selfish in your heart-burnings? for she would have won me and gasconade. Nellie in earnest pineapples sad *. In
over con-
.... others not have suffered too and to rebellion in of tones out in the sen.bendig' slowly repea .ag his words, while a t orange
May over spite myself. I "Happy to see you on hand, comrades, same ringing University her fixed the corn melon-growing sections
eves were great
; still kept their loyalty bright and steady! fed from Vicksburg; I roamed about at all of )'OU. Glad, indeed to meet you Glee Club, when they had been class veraton' on* strange feeling of fear crept into her notedand in
:.I t In brief, do you care to hear about me- North, unable to decide what to do, when the stern call of duty commands as mates at Harvard five before. Harrywas seams in the deck. breast. improvement i many places

r to know me just as I am, with all that 1 feeling each day drawn nearer and near to do or die. I trust that none of you his oldest friend years and "I am sorry I said anything," said "Yes," he said, "my mother has telegraphed the rapid recovery of these crops is reported -

'"- have put aside to be here now?" er to the only cause for which I can fight, will be found deficient in those stupen.lous ; they always Blanche, laying her hand gently on h me to join her at Saratoga. a phenomenal Late tomatoes are
Smedley rose and walked the floor. knowing that the gulf was daily widening and resounding virtues of patriot- managed to spend the summer together.This shoulder. I have yielding well, and'the transplanting of

... "Tell me," he said. "I shall be inter between her and me. To take arms Km, courage, and indomitable self-as- year Harry had brought his yacht, George took the little hand in hlsand Good-by. spent a very pleasant sweet potatoes has been vigorously pre
: ested'in it. When I have heard it : Union the down to tho and summer, and I owe much of it t you.
you for the is to give her up. teri venc8s- Mystic, Highlands, said cuted. The hot weather has also benefited -
may have to be corrected about myself. "At last I have taken the plunge. I shut up, Ithy!" he and George wero living at Thompson smiling gently, : He clasped her hand, held it a mo.ment tobacco, which suffered severely on* .

"Well, then, I was born and bred in have become a soldier the Union, aDd "Go lie down." where they made the "It; is better that you told me. and then silently moved towardthe account of there being insufficient moisture

Knox' i1le. My; fathers were soldiers have'put an insurmountable barrier between "Let yourself out fer a pillow." of the two young ladies. Six acquaintance weeks had A he turned from her he glanced door. in the soil to allow of its beirg
sack even beyond our Bcvolution. I Isabel and No matter how the cabin door and
me. "Or a feather-bed. through again, saw Did his ears deceive him, or did she Watermelons
.../"'-crew up educated into .a ,love for the the strife may terminate, I shal be "We ain't goin' to make soap-greBB rolled by very speedily, and George Nellie looking at him with a peculiar He could not leave her thus. He transplanted. peaches and
Union. :became an attorney, and :when word than nothing to her. wi to-day.; Courtney, hearing his friend sing, and in her He droppedBlanche'e sigh cantaloupes are DOW being marketed in
-Jhis war began I had becQme well settled hate me. I shall never see her "Gentlemen and comrades." seeing the effect the song had upon a expression eyes. turned sharply andwent and stool 1)3- considerable quattie. In msny sections -
squeaked hand and busied himself
there at home in business, and was to He crossed the room and took the Ithuriel, not in the least abashed, "jour certain young lady with deep brown hastily, fore her. the ranfal h lufcient tobenefit .

have; )x .>ju.arried in Hay. You are full sword; he seated himll again andclasped hearts are in the right place, your eyes, was brought very suddenly and about the dishes. I "Mis Brown, I am going away, but orange trees, ad may
of the misery of own disappointed it to his i "AU hands on deck to scouted : have
your reef" I cannot help telling greatly in
you groves
tongues are 1 little free. Yes, ;jour face to face with the fact that go improved appear- .
: love., I don't suppose you want to hear "I tell ," he passionately cried, "1 painfully Harry half an hour since the
you bosoms respond, as mine does, to the he was head and cars in love with Nellie lter. that I am mad enouh. to love you ance drought eDde. Flower
about mine. have given up everything for this. clarion blast for Union and Laedom that Brown. George bounded up steps, and, blindly. I have no right to, but I-" gardens and lawns have lot tat sickly
"Tell me all, said the other; His head drooped upon his hand; with blows among these hills. Let the haughty throwing a keen glance around the !I" and parched and vegetationlooks .
. "I will. Alice Clay is the best and tender sympathy in his blue eves, Bran And giving vent to his feelings by a "George appanc
of Jefferson Davis and Isham
myrmidons horizon at the of l veil sections where
saw once
::.: handsomest girl in the place. Her don looked upon him, and he heard him G. Harris come here if they dare! long whistle, he strode away. At that cause Harry's She was standing up,holding out both ,
: secessionists or the bitter- the words that haunted his up hands to him and in the darknesshe the rainfall has been lght Following I
parents are : mmmur Let them strive to pollute the free air of moment a splendid-looking old gentleman call.The even .
:' pst kind. When the struggle came ont troubled soul. these inaccessible regions with out the and southerly wind was still blowing, could see the light in her eyes. a summary of the .
empyrean stepped on piazza
they forbade me to see her. I disobeyed, "Never again-never to see her again! the hated standard of the Southern Con the ladies. and the boat was dancing merrily "I told you he was worth something," Amelia, 1.70; Archer 1.56; Avon Park,
.J and she did, too. With a great deal of I find greeted young 0.29; .00; Crawfordsville, ,
federacy! think a living through the water. Sandy Hook was said Mr. Hastings the next morning. Brobrle
- (trouble able to have stolen interview CHAPTER "U they.wi "Good-morning beauties how )
we were a my ; fine 1.50
of in least I ; ;
.. week. I of her, CAPTAIN ABMT. rampart men way; at only a gray line behind her, and away to But Blanche remained true to her first DeFunik Sprnge
once a am sure SMELEY'S know that must first surmount the are you todayt""Oh Homeland, 12,95
they Hypoluxo, ;
affection; whatever may happen to me,' Brandon persuaded his companion te prostrate body of Ithuriel Mancy-" uncle," cried Blancho Hastings the northeast, dimly visible above the impressions, and is now Mrs. Harry Jacksonville,8.9. ; Kissimmee, 1.82;

, she will be faithful. The city was oc-: lie down again and try to get himselfrested "They'd have to go a long ways to find "how you startled us. We are both blue water, was Rcckaway Beach. Wilson.-New York News. Lake City, on tix days; Lloyds,
.<:! cupied by a large force of Harris men: and recuperated for the work that it," one and Mr. About two miles to the south the lightship rQ Stil
Manatee 1.19
4 and all the Union people were put under.the was before them, and he had the satisfaction suggestd. it for splendid, enjoying Wilon'ssinging the swells norma ; -
"They might a was rolling lazily on
,
puf-bal. on the sly. ; Molino, '00; Myers, 3.80;
, severest espial. litany were arrested to see him fall into a sound sleep.. have to anda Where Lfchtnlu; Strikes Oftenest. '
they'd
Maybe and few schooners
:.i1 and imprisoned,or sent away from home.I Then the young Tennessean sat down, to it." "A brilliant bey, but no depth, I a coasting were Nora, light showers; Oral8 1.76;

i' :., restrained my feelings and kept strict meditated upon the stirring events of the jump"Laugh if get you over will, gentlemen. The fear. Now, I 1 were a young lady, taking in their topsails. In the west the From records in the statistical office at Orange City, 0.62; ; Pen- *

J, guard over my actions, that I might not past two days, thought about Alice Clay, real test of valor is at hand; we shall George Courtney would" which Harry had mentioned before Berlin, Germany, it appears that houses sacols, 0.27; St. Petersburg, .2.31 :

!, be molested. I knew the time was sure and nodded off into slumber.It soon know who has the divine afflatus of "Oh, pshaw 1" cried Nellie, impetuously starting were massed into a dense with thatched roofs are struck by lightning Tampa 1.09; Tarpon Springs,'.00; Ti- *

'i' to come when I must; join the Union was daylight when he awoke. His warlike Mars in his composition. Markme "he's too too A black volume. The lower part of this about seven or eight times mre 3.22. There was a slight deficiency -
; quiet, lazy. man .
'
,; army, and fight as I thought; but it was companion was still sleeping, and he bestirred and you will see one who will not win admiration Mr. mass was heavy and bluish. Along its frequently than: ordinary slated dwelling in temperature In Eastern Florida
like death to leave Alice and for while himself to my Hastings,
a to get some bodily re "
falter nor turn backwWon't was line of dark and houses. houses als along and near the Atlantic
edge a
are >
i I: wanted to be of service these sorely freshment. He found little must be a man, not a Now, Mr. upper gray, Country Cti .a
? tt Smedleys hey? That'l be more'n you sttue. in front of that of affected than those ia Jack'onville the deficiency
ragged patches vapor, more frequently
.t persecuted people up where I had store of provisions, strong did when calf in Harry Wilson is and dash. ,
yearling
le
:yg\ become well acquainted during the few coffee. The humble repast was set out the woods you, an' thought my it was a bear." He has vim. That is what admire. I ashen in tint, were slowly creeping east towns. This Is due t the greiter amountof ab ut If degrees daily. Along the Gulf .

: p years before the war. You remember on the large box, and then he went and "You're safe enough, Ithy. A bullet want some one who can me." ward. vegetation in the country, plants having coast, except In. the extreme western :
conquer
+. what I did for j ou a few weeks ago in shook the sleeper by the shoulder. to induce destructive portion and in the interior of the state 1
would wander all round in that fat, an' "Well well said Mr. "George, said Harry, "that looks as more power (
hiding jou and getting you away, when "Wake ,' he called. Hating tne temperature about normal; ut -*; ,
, up Captain find to hit. if should have Take'the discharges than other substances.
we soon a squall.
r.ol anything "such
smiling a man would
extreme Western Florida
you were threatened with arrest and confinement "Breakfast is read '. I there w'a J
. ) side that
; I did the same for many others. Smedley stirred and muttered in hi. Ithy"Let's is here 8e with his to the gun.other They won't i find; but I'll wager that Courtney will helm, while" I put a double reef, in Though this differences is the case, there in are, of slight excess, averaging 1 degree a da.at

p' There has been hardly a week of the last dreams. come at all, then." come nearer to your ideal that Wilson." the mainsail. course 'great eletrc.l Eastern Florida

: I two months that I have not been able "No, I can't see her. She'd persuademe "Nonsense I" exclaimed Nellie, and "Will it be dangerous asked Nellie. characteristic of plants, which PeDII I amount of sunshine.In .

o. !o secretly send news up into the to fight against the old flag. Il go These men meeting were grave and enough fighting over a large the I turned away in pretended disgust. George looked at her before' answer in some and decrease in others the liability .Middle Florida average there was about thj ."; ,

mountains of the plans and movementsof far away; it's my only safety." and prospectof powerful body of armed foes; but so Harry Wilson came laughing up the ing. Her eyes were full of light and her to destruction by lightning. average while in Western F.ordl there' .
enemies in and
our Knoxville. 1 "Wake I !
near Quit dreaming, j
say your does the human mind turn from face a little pale where two glow For instance, if the risk to the beechbe was a decided
.
did at the risk of my neck, for theii and come back to the mountains." naturally walk in front of the hgise. He was tall, except excess
rage i was so great at being often baffled "1 have not deserved death,"the sleeper heaviness and care to mirth, that they slender and active looking; and in his ing red 8pt appeared in her cheeks. taken a one, that to a pine (fir or 4-

.. in this way that I should certainly have murmured. "But if you will have mj were glad of a chance to crack their jokes blue flannels looked the picture of manly lie Blanche. Her face was spruce) is fifteen, to an oak forty-fire, RAVAGES OF CHOLER Iofl .- :

been hung when 1 life, don't hang me! Let me die like a upon the braggt. health and grace. Both girls arose to white, but her lp were compressed, and and to most other deciduous trees like the ".

'4' learned of this last projected raid, 1 soldier; let me be shot." CONTINUE.lWise greet him. she looked ash, sycamore, etc., forty. The comparative Persians Djl f at the Bat*. Two
rould not find a man I could trust, and Brandon now made such a noise at his "I do not wish said immunity of the beech is said to be f. '
Each Da
1 "Good-morning laggards, he cried frighten you and Sixty
t
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who.as willing to make an exile oi ear that he awoke and sprang up. He Sayings Well Said. due to the fact that its leaves are fringed HaDdl
"but
> him lf from his home, to warn these recognized his surroundings and his There million nine hundredth "I've been up these two hours fondling George, a squall i always dangerous with short hairs which allow A LDdo.n cablegram of Saturday says:
; sturdy mountaineers of what was com companion; he was rtill pale, but his are eight my beauty down there in the river. I and this looks like a bad one. Still, numerous A from Meshed, in north-east

.' ing. I would have perished rather than nerve nnd strength had returned. Together usand eggs" in an eel. waitfor nothing now but my fair weight, I think we shall get through th one all electricity collected in the substanceof all the Europeans in that city

:- that they should be taken by surprisej they sat down and refrwh, "Jumbo, the giant ,weighed and here you sit, not ready to move right." those organs t escape quietly into the Pen safely from the cfe

I Well knowing the penalty: of coming, I themselves for the business before them. ten tons. yet.t The ladies no reply, but air.Rocks which is raging at Meshed and province
have done it. I brief interview It was only an hour after daylight that They have discovered a chalk mountain young me and soils also have great influence of Khoramo the natives.
,; with Alice in the night; there was by twos, thiees, and singly the mountain- in Montana.A "There, sir, said Nellie, "you are out somehow this mn's clm, deliberate on the risk run by localities from The disease of the among most
a that both hearts. Id of your coure-that's nautical, isn't it? manner of speaking, and his firm, fearless I i To1'tp
: parting wrung our eel s began to arrive at the cabin. We web-footed boy has been born i destruction by thunderstorms. Thus, and deaths have reached
secrecy and stealth I turned my back not describe them; in dress, face, Mass. -for we have breakfasted and will beredy attitude inspired them with some- i
tpon love,home, and friends, to re'turn- ne general they were like Somene half mile above start in ten minutes. thing like confidence."So a limestone rock or limy soil be taken as. Persons seemingly well are seized ,with,

> when? God only knows! I am a marked those we have appearance seen, and there was no sailing a "But t where's there is something some- one, that for a sandy soil is nine, ari1 fornatural the disease while passing .along the '
field
the earth mouse. my 'super.crgot my strong
see a
man now; never may I return to that fair uniformity in the arms that they carried. can moss or swampy land, eighteen streets or attending to their usual business i i
there I where in him Nellie she
tire of of the banks crew? Hello aloft George, thought ,
The .front one .
en a
city is all the and in
tat world to me but witha They were men of strong build, full of to twenty-two. a few hours many of the
army. When shall that lean and at Riverside, Cal., constructed of where are you? looked into his quiet face. No for the
day sinew, and for the most part i During a thunderstorm in Scotland are de
come? It seems like "Here I am said comingout The blue-black cloud in tha west was pic'prvaa
a mockery t'o hope spare; men who had been toughened to Courtney rain most and generally as a visitation .
for it. All East Tennessee is overrun endurance by hardship and the hard con- ony."totmeter"has been invent of the door, looking plain, but rising with terrible rapidity. A low, heavy but recently in of from God and with that calm Indifference .

and held down by the ba 'onet and sa flict for mere existence in these wilds before a noise wi strong, in his yaching sut.hI a all humming sound was heard in the west. only, occur; some parts England that characterizes
ben and in abroad
of Governor army; the war came to vex them further. One heard ten miles. beady, and on deck- alof. Suddenly the water a mile behind them many places hl bury 'their,dead with a' oretl

; Government for does not answer pur ap and all they had promptly responded to A talking piano, operated by numer- In a few minutes they were all aboard became wrinkled and gray, and patches is of quite as common occurrence rn, would lea I the stranger to that.
:; pal help; we must go and battle foi the mountain tocsin, some of them leaving of all and far more destruction to, property cnlue
ous keys and producing words the and in another the water of foam without
was appeared. hearts.
yacht they were
distant
fields ,
\ while I
hur-
: our own grand their homes hungry. and with a by these little of ice thanby 4
wrought
:,: ;&telon lies prostrate!" ried farewell to their wives and children, kinds,is one of the curiosities of a New. foaming up around her cutwater, ani In another instant the gaff, wit all so! pelet so that

" A the penkcrlurned from the roused from sleep for that One York museum. two long,.ever-widening ripples swept the yards .of can"a beneath came lightning; crop
of h1stoTe to the condition of his sto1 and ,all they were ready purose.eager to A hornet flew it the mout of Harrison away from her bows. rumbling down upon the deck., The etc., in those part are regularly Some Peculiar Tastes. .

. lion, his eyes flashed, his cheeks burned.SE, take the feld in defense of their homes, Sands, Y., and "Ob, isn't this glorious!I" cried Nellie. i next moment the wind struck them. against its deTat.tion. 'if **..

and he strove not to repress the deeP e and brook delay. gave him ,a sting that resulted i his "It is delightful," said Blanche. Harry whirled the whl around like i With regard to'hailstorms: in Eng The Singalase'eat:the bees after, rob' .
Citernent that thrilled him. His Captain Smedley directed Burt Hawkins death. a curious fact i known, but of their Qua the
companIon out- The about : honey. ,
Jove lightning. ,
we are going
"By though, spun bmg.te
all and upn' "
eyed him to make up the tea coffee anddistribute satisfactorily that "In
. -Yon suffer for unmoved.the all the in the cabin Just about fifty years. ago stoves- side to-day," said Harry. "Do you her keel, the force of the wind explne-vz :cbba-water of the ,R .

.' he said, slowly. "Yon cause suffer, to be sure?/. among the men; and provisions presently two dozenof cooking and heating stoves-first be- think either ot you wi be sea-sick." bare rigging heeling her over and givingher of ad th bordering sians,is te tipple. .It i ae '
the
. .. thousands of other about here jus. Yet them were sitting on th(, grass eating gan to generally nsed. That was I I never was sea steerage way. Unfortunately, te portions surrounding 1b.resembling a mixture.of.stale.. ,

" I tell 1pu, Graham Brandon," and he each his share of bread and dried beef, when Americans bga t mae stoves "S.sckl my and rm'not going begin had to receive the squall over the dam e by hail i very considerablygreater ., apudtyet.nut.to: : Ilt.} _

. raised ins voice as he went on, "that H and passing from hand to .hand the Cap for the home now le Nellie. t stern, and had to go around in thn that wrought l any other baa : fermented : .
. ,
my case were yours I tain's tin ,often replenished rple 1 .cl of England over a: similar area.- beverage.InthiWeat Indies, .,
. should sit here cup wih ,As late as 1820 there,were as many ."Then shall hare to come head The boom, part a
amid this barrenness and coffee. as thousand confined for debt in ce Harry, we ore up tit Yankee Blade. large caterpillar .found on the palm tree .
happy the desolation statement that these rude soldiers the a glorious look at those little it dropped on decks, badfallensllttlitothe'etubosrd
;:. wpremely l To the Massachusetts thousandin is esteemed a ( ., thd>>tlibfane .
prospec go. whJI
. lug to fight, not only country but were of a like appearance must New York thousand in Pennsylvania .clouds over therein. the"west. They a and\tat ;txaC the JA anr.$ > richadain'y ;
for love and home, in that day-if it make a single exception. three, seven'thousand in Maryland 'massing themselves in one spot we shall was the side which was toward the New York City a erg te fire alarm* .that the l '* of distill"tost i
. ever come-when this About the middle of the forenoon a : the boat about.
people and went
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latid
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COUNT14E1tGftP.. .. ,"ifiiiVEfl. [ : GE( EljND' > T' .:Death Bed Ucpcntnuee.TheMetropolispririuJil Saturday. com-0.1-."'drove owcd,-on;mother oxtenthn' and; 'yomiff'supported"brotaers'wid-and -'V. II. iiTIatsDEALERIN I ----.5- 3.W.Witkovski ODGES2!!

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h ...J1 "\ J At national'.democratic: ( \ conveulionjieldat -* iriunicatJou written by'one of the,most i jBisters. by peddling from' .Ins cart the'. produce .
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this week intelligent printers of the city.statins .
; "" tRLBELD'O1WCOUNTX.FLOILIDA. bGrovtr4Cleveland : t i Jf the farmers pf Florida don't support
.I JIoo -- ':pY that the New York Tribune "rat"
WitS a
',; 'Zi-ECWEB},' nominated J the ticket nominated and fie platform

'J : ., :EdIt f.and "bl1.her1 ." was office, and'that-no union labor man could adopted at T'LmPJ't',, not be becausethe GENERAL MERCHANDISE ,

"Jt ,"=,::1.' : Tor"president on the first ballot support, its editor and manager for vice farming interest i ie recognized- and rJJ.Z
jvBORIrrIur the farmers do tot figure in it.--
f < ( $1.OOA YE4I ;
," .' '. : j' TIuYis_ si.great victory to the; democratic president the republican nominee. To It is farmer's platform and a farmer'sticket '

3 :4' "kt'tD : lIi'l; show how watchful is this crafty politi throughout. '
n't4 Atirdi gd j'rt' 'C I DRT OOODS 0
''.fJt,& \ '( PH 9 .Sla! '' Ws jffl)1lt. ,party, and with a united effort cian's party to-day from New York the Both platform and ticket is all wool and Z4

",,jli"t.i : .: .,' .Mqtlt;' : the ticket will be elected this following comes to the Metropolis with.a a stick yard at wide that. measured by an alliance yard NOTIONS,'

I .., .7 _;.J. -_ ---i-----;. _-' L. : fall. request for publication: Three cheers for the Tampa platformand ttE4oZ

''If''y .f .. .'fHE T., ET '. -_ "On June 7th the Tribune-office; ceased ticket.
; i BOOTS.
: .. be office. On the .
to a 11t1. day previous,
,. .: .1. ". ,,.( .;,4. Polities from our Exchanges. President Kenny of Typographical Union Soar Bounty. o $.
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; ," j' ..F\J, A. P.''naskiD president of the tate alhaoco No; 6 was summoned. Hint an agreement The following circular has recentlybeen SHOES and ".

";,1 y '! L I JI..l.t \ ,-nnd one A. W. Weeks'have issued entcicd into by which the Tribune composing issued by Internal Revenue Collector lJ14db "o. .

". t,;:A1fl. Jn8.ice,8ltpr e ..; rh [a Call for a stale convention to meet in room was made n union office, and Dennis Engan and will be of interest to $ "if;f
'., I Union printers are working there t -uy. "
't ;, F1NWICKTYLOIt.-- Jacksonville on the 14th of July. They This is of deathbed those who intend applying for the government GROCERIES.Starkc .
SB" j* -" certainly a case re-
:. For, IjecrcTary.01.'.Stale:. arc disgruntled because they got left at pentance. After defying organized labor bounty on sugar: I A ''lIIJVJtPk't4.O # I'I.

:&,' JOHN L. CRAWFORD.FotAttcrncyGc Tampa and ore trying to get out another for a quarter of a century and wciking All producers of sugar who intend to FIa- C

&' ; state lickct. with might and main to overthrow it in apply for the bounty on sugar produced ,

. : ;7 jj : : every part of the Union, Mr. Ileid now accepts during the year from July. 1892 to July ; ;

.r j'f-r., WILLIAM, B. Llll.\U If it will be of any comfort to Jhc boys and acknowledges as right and prop 1, 1111? ; in order to entitle themselves THE TRAVELERS HOTELCORNER ,' .

; W '. we wisi? them much success in getting er what his paper has openly attacked after and to 'I \
: 'V/ -Fpr Comptroller f I thereto must, April, prior < "'i',?.
tl, &: out their tickcl. It will be only fun for. and denounced as a vile menace to republican July 1, 1892 file a notice and make application BAY AND CEDAR STREETS g "
&" WITJIlA.lI. BLOXIIAM.i government mid hl.crt'Vhnt for? for license. This notice shouldbe
.. the old line democracy to level .
a batteryof .
I.; i"Mi"'" ... .-- 'Treasurer: Not that he nnd his paper have undergonea in duplicate and be filed with the col- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
: CLARENCE( Vn COLLINS. eight ballot boxes on it next October change of heart and is any more a fiietid lector of internal revenue of the proper c "

.,01' TfM and knock it into a cocked hat, in the of the laboring classes now than heretofore district, who will retain one copy end forward ML .
. :>'- i"or Pub'ic' Instruction- but because Reid and his : fears of $
' Superintendent twinkling of a sheep's eye.-Jusper News. party the other to the comimssi' AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLA.N. rn.rn.
.r4. ". .- :< "- > W. N, SIIE TS: :he votes of 750.000 members of labor internal revenue. .,
-- unions.-Metropolis. Tire application for license will be on
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: of Agriculture; Any lIttle clique of men who would the Best ,
..' .- "- For, Commissioner : the same form as the notice. The notice Not the Largest but
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: ,,, ::; LUCIUS. WOMBWELL. buss ho democratic party of Florida The Prohibition Party. and applcutol for licenseVi be required Hotel in the City.A \fi
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should remember the fate of those who the first -
4 : '. Presidential Elcctors: The state convention of the prohibition hereafer.

4 111': ; got it in the neck at the Tampa conven party of Florida met at PIIIl\tkllthe 14th day of July _ '
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: T. ). SOACKELFORD, BUICK HQTEL suppliedwith
NEW
. ; inst. A. W. Diddle of Lawtey, was
tion.Tallahasseean.
., '-,. <:" B.B. BLACK WELL, made chairman: and! HI v. J. G. Bonnell, Colored gentleman-1'su heard you've electric bells gas, eieetric fire alarms, ;II

t' .of' '., ,, : ;: A. E. MAXWELL -- of Lawtey, secretary. done made a addition to di* town whar fire escapes night watchman best beds WIb HODGES} 5
'. b.-- >L 1. When( U F. Uogers was. president of only "speclable citizens is allowed. to lib. money can buy. good table. good service
W.N.THOMPSON. TIlE FLATFOIUI.
V- S the alliance. there were some who fairly What you take fur 1 lot? convenient location, street cars from all
-3 The committee on platform reported a Heal estate man-Well--er-wu haven' is 1-
The only hotel that open every
: depots.
: stood to him for demagogue
Mitchell 1 has. on tiptoe cuse a -
Judge promptly resigned -
concise and well written platform which laid out such an addition for colored people winter and I summer. Building STARKE FLA. :
: .as circuit judge.and will go \(would wreck the alliance and WAS adopted by sections. It asks the aid as yet- BURTON K. BLURS, '

to work to make the democratic cause its utter demolition. In the light of of the Almighty; -reaffirms allegiance to Colored gentleman-Oh, dat's nI right apt Proprietor -

ticket the winning ticket by a large Mr. Buskins' management Rogers was a the national: party; recommends the cir- I'se no objection to lib 'mongst white I 11
S culation of gold, silver nnd treasury notes folks, purvidin' deg under bond to bchabe CIOV Women who have headaches, back-
; ::-1' majority.. The judge is made out of Solomon and had more good horse sense without the intervention of the national 01 oil aches neuralgia srnuty, prpfuae and TRUBY -STERNBURG & CO .,:

',. the right kind'of material. in his little linger than Baskins has in his banks; asks that the government regulate deyscbcs painful of menstruations the womb and disorders sexual orKt9.. aim displacements barrenness -. .'. i

T entire make-up.-Jasper News.At and, if necessary control all railroads; -orrlioei. .linul.I 1'n.1 for \\OMA.'SBOOKOK :

.' ';-t" ., *::-* -* A.'" man may bea. good alliance that speculations in ma'ririns be prohibited LIK1J (sLIt). frit-withpartieiifciriJ: 1"
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for home cun'. NO CURE NO PAY. ScientificqualificationsuniimitKi I
_3'r mAn and a democrat, but he cannot I Ocala it was the current report that by law: ; that pauper and anarchist ist immigrants experience,careful iliag A 1.'
-S be excluded and all immigrants be nosisand hooest 1"1'1'f'tI"nt'Lt"1; aiv tlit secrets '
; be a third party nun and a demo- the thirtlpu-Ir convention waited in high required to take the oath of allegiance to of our succefs. Andri'ss.] l:. W. I''I IKEII.:\.D. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in

ilt; crat. The lineJias been, drawn; get hope for the advent into their midst of the the constitution' of the United States. --340-N. Clivi--ry street Nihvillc.TennDEFORMITIES- ,- i

: on one side or the other and let the alliance democrats from the Tampa convention Section 6 recites that the tariff is not a YAPOWDER !

I people know who you are. They counted strongly on a bolt. subject generally understood except by in .
; Cross eyes hare lip. eurvaturc3f the 3i> ? :
and it recommends General Merchandise
expel ts. a non-partisan: club feet,hip I jui'if lifswi-e.r-i.d nil ,1..lormiti"OIf! !I
How their
when
meat was disappointment :
t.. Mr. J.I 11. Humphries and Miss coininiss ion to regulate the same. It reCites -I the hands.I trr..". I l-'a mid l !,,t-t. radically ,'III't..1.rU"tiul'ult''fM. Ii
they found that their calculations had that one day in the seven i is neces- S .
I Nellie Beck have severed their Ruperflo' S hLi;'. vincnIrkIilt's., etc.. nain.le I I ,
connection for man's rest: asks that the presidentand I}
out the imagined. sary
\ : dropped ut bottom may be sly and Ih"'fl'ClI.r 1't'nh\'I1. St'ull'or "auu.tJt(1! STARXE FLORIDA ,
;.r or.. w with the Tampa Tribune. In their wilted condition, and fill vice president aud senators be electedby treatise on t.i ..h.Vt. e, Yo' )'UKEH. \1. II. k
: lion. G. Hanson, assumes editorial a direct vote of the people; that more 310 N. tlt.rry tn't t.xLsaille.; Ttlo. I[ ,"
the well known leading men in ---- and "' ':
'It: sympathywith laws protecting females be passed ; and it Staple Fancy, "ii'
control of the winch is said to
if' .I.It paper, most of their political tenets still solidly asserts tint prohibition is paramount toall r'iv" nen nut) women 'u'i-
" ,.: be the personal Mitchell organ of othei issues. B RorEi! sSfli'K i from nnv folui! i.f Any conceivable article.
ru1hcrin;' to the democratic party CHRONIC! :! Dlgn.VSK.( : c.v.i -ot-urc ";ll! \hlt' '.
E: thu campaign.Every There were 33 delegates present; 8 were work on their uUIietii-n: (senleil) Tret- and -S.S .
; f they were driven to name a lot of obscure learn ran-ln- t'I.IfJlt home wriilr.jj kind of Provender '
81 selected to go to t he national convention how they by Any
4a.. delegates to the Omaha convention, not DR. rAnKER& C >.. :{.!0 X Cherry stivet Xashville.Tenn. Feed
' ", I" man should preserve the at Cincinnati the 29lh inst. Presidential iitttirwiittoday.. lelnys are nan- Hay
',' L third party-republican; platform published one of whom will have the slightest influence electors and an executive committee were gerous. I'eucsnteyoir; troub!'.% pad how !I..n'. for Live Stock.Groceries '

there.-Gainesville Sun. selected the latter to nominate a candidate I afflicted.I= .. __ ,_ f!> .
: last week in the TELEGRAPH. Largest
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will be for governor. Not ic{{r ,"i il \1 I Discharge.: Goods Stock ':
Many comments 1'' sf\Cct'npo.n --6 Dry Millinery
R r.1C surface wilted political blither- Absolutely Pure. Six months nit"I',late I will apply to flu von in town. ;:
it before. the elccliun time and '
? Itt
: Jiulsc JaiticM 31. Sinker D ud. ty jiiiljrof) Brorilnrd co'ii-tv. 'i1"o of Florida!
Clkitl's. who don't know what to do with
rf" ;., will serve as a relic for the museum Judge James M. Baker, of this city A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of for Iju..! -citU-meut a."a- ::,' "lriiio"*)Cthcl's- Furnishing Goods all styles, sizes and prices
bv another themselves, talk big about the rapid organization surrounded by fiosc he loved and who all i-i leavening strength.-Latest U. S Goeernmeat tate of Frank lIU1mCI a. dirt n'M'l., "'."1'lc'f Trinen.Fel'utry Nlid. : 'I.AmI f'i
.f year. Food Report. countr. >: GlotMng
and increasing power of the laved him died sii 5:10: p. m. the 20th ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co.. IOC St., N. Y. A. 1'2 A,lniiniirator.H.'tim i Call and satisfy j'ourself. _.;:
third in distant of inst., after a long illness. the primary I .al
states by --
;. The third party i is Baskin in the party way .
cause being followed I. O. O. F. Regular .
paralysis For Builders.
by a gradual Farmers Phosphate 114 '
:. Runshinc. It will, however, be a encouraging a split between the demo- sapping of the vitil forces. -' 7 meeting every Tuesday --01 i'l': I Hardware 1Ii.laera.

: Week member in politics, and every crats of 'lor tIL. That is an old trick of His death was quiet mId peaceful the -' 1 night sient in brothers their hall.cordially Toni Six months after lar, IViii present my tu- : III.-& Stoves, Ranges. Cooking Utensil, etc. ,

i "Maim of'them will lunlcad'after the the demagogue. The party he leads is sailing of some great *hiu, freighted with invited. J. O.HAYXKS.N.O counts and countjud1 voucher's<) in tl.o and Ron'm.for the.county F. Mat of .

': October election.-Montieello Tribune. always on an irresistible boom. But this a cargo of unaccountable joy emerging S F. J. FIELDS phurs brodford and state of Florida, as administrator To suit fny taste and any pocket. Also .sl) :
from ternpc( "tous waves into a harbor of Sec. or the estate of John W. Rushnell, (deceased for Furniture
And their shrouds will be of kind of deceiver won't find his -
a occupation final settlement and ask for a final
flowers, dropping anchor into placid water Bradford Ledge No 42 F. & A. M. discharge I kinds of other llouso Furnishing Goods
( front said administration.
Gossamer, and that will be,the end to pay timing: solid Florida democrats upin which no ripple of storm had 8, Jleet Tliursday night before the third A W, BIDDLE 1 1BEST

: of the "Cessna-lion." They are wide awake enough to see that ever come. .; \ Sundayt'Gif : in c.'iol: month. May 27,1P93.-.Cm Administrator.Sheriff's .

if the white, people strip to fight each In 1S33 he was elected solicitor of the f\f( \j. E. WA1NRIGUT.\V>. P. HALPHURS.Sec. W.M.

eastern circuit but resigned this position : __ Sale. PRICES
A series of blows have fallen GOODS lOWEST ;
upon .. other there is a black beast In the bush COMER L. PEEKATTORNEYATL.VW
to accept the whig nomination for congress TTNDER and by virtue of an cxecuUon.dated.
ex-Sccretarv .Jilalne since the timeS ready to spring out and devour the fragments ill 1850.:; but was defeated the polls. ami NOTAKiand U May ')th, 1902, issued out of the circuit ,

be entered President Harrison's cab in detail.-Gainesville Sun. In 1859 he was elected judge of the court Bradford in and county for the in 4th a certain judicial cause circuit therein in and pending for- -.

iflCt-. First his favoriteValker. : -- eastern circuit as the whig candidate by avery Fire Insurance. wher-in W. II. Chew and Frank L.Chew,

: died; then }his daughter; Mrs. Cop- A good deal lias been said about Judge democratic large circuit.majority, although it was a Represents 1 ltOVIDEXCEYASIIlXGTO LIVERPOOL LONDON, GREENWICH& GLOBE, : the merchants firm name and of Chew partners Brothers doing were business plaintiffs under, FOR YOUR STYLISH A I TURNOUTS

pinger, .and now another son is dead Mitchell being au ugly man. It will be In February. lbG2. he was chosen by SECURITY and HARTFORD Fire Insurance and partners A. R.i Uosenberger a the banking and business S. P.under Shirley the firm lute ,
Choice lots of Land In and
; -aud this last misfortune right found, that what's lacking in looks is the state legislature together with Judge coputy Companies.for sale. town name of Rosenberger & Shirley, were defendants .
I.*-c : the defeat of the ambition of A. 1*. Maxwell of Puusacola. to represent ,I have levied upon and will sell in front of SADDLE HORSES
T> upou i. made up in purity. nobleness manliness, STARKE FLORIDA. the court house door in the town of Starke in
his life in the Florida in the coutaturaio senate, and jlll'I9t f of Bradford,
: iii' republican national said county to the highest bidder on r.
and whatever else that is
4 intelligence necessary VHS re-elects! senator in 1864. The First Monday in JnlvA.. D.I89'2. t

: convention. to make a good governor.-IVlla- 111 1806 he was appointed by Governor the same being the 4th day of said month,during For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Ridin1Maxi.d
the hours of sale that
II legal on day all the
Walker associate of the
judge supreme STARKE DRUG COMP'Y
hassecan. right,title and interest-the same being a two- .
4 From California i is to be exhibited court. which position he held until recon thirds undivided interest-of said A. R. Rosen- .t .
struction.! borgiirand S. I>. Shirley in the following lands "
:- .:11 the \vorid fair one of the famed The people will do well to the -
reject situated in the county of Bradford state of Florida -
In
Ib8l he
redwood 300 feet was appointed! jtiilffc of the described as follows: The west half of the Td1if'
trees GO
&: huge high flapdoodle and twaddle of a few office fourth judiciul circuit by Gov. BloxMiara northwest quarter of southwest quarter and TEAMING OF ANY KIND. -...

t and more than 30 feet in diameter seekers and would-be bosses who arc : u.tl was reappointed by Gov. Perry in west half of southwest quarter of southwest S :y1'
t1 the base. A-specially constructed I, 1187. On account of failing health he ti quarter section eight;and northeast quarter: and +
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seeking to disintegrate fie democratic north half
ot northwest.quarter and east half J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s Stables.Fine 1-
: train will be necessary tD carry the in this state. It will not do to monkey J''signclthc judgeship iu 1890.From of southeast quarter of north west quarter, and Livery ;
fi. j the continent. ItJs party a very early age he was a mem iW 1'.i west half of southeast quarter, and east hal.'of 1
;_ monster across with such men as Cessna and Goss. her of the Piesbylerian church, and for a r. northeast quarter of touthwest quarter. and Drivers. Draft.I
:. -S the intention to hollow the base into1I00ths' .' : south half southwest quarterseetfon eighteen, Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert .
ISh
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4 fort the end their follower will awaken great many years before his death a ruling
i all in township seven south,of range twentytwoeast 'f
S in Avhicli will he sold California to the painful consciousness that they have iI I' elder dhal/ church. In 1883 he represented -. containing four hundred and sixtysevenacres : Animals and Vehicles for any kind of Haulln .

wines, fruits and curicsitics the synod ef South Georgia and! ,more or lers; also all the right, title and GOOD STABLING AND FEED FOR YOUR HORSES. 10
been juggled with. bought nnd sold by Florida at the Pan-Pres'-vtenan council interest-the same being a half undivided inter
made of redwood. est-or R.Rosenberger S. P.
polished Shirley and
. airy promises.-Dado City Democrat. u Philadelphia,-Times-Union. to the following lands situated in the county of CHAnG} S. PROMPT ATTENDANCE.. "N (
Starke Fla. Bradford and state of Florida described aa'follows
, r
t S The TELEGRAPH is ready to support Kxlt( Blninc. ---'- : Ten acres in the southwest corner of the STABLES OPPOSITE MOITT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY, STARKE. i_, _
southeast of
The State 'I ke'. quarter the southeast quarter of
S 4 5 anygood men* for o'ffice as long When James G. Blaine ex-secretary of The follow hug historical sketch of the DEALERS IN section twenty-nine township six south. of ]
J. range twenty-two east lea one aero in the north
sound democrats
iu they are and state entered his car in Washington oily democratic candidates is taken from the east corner iu the form af a rectangle boundedon FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAlLWIJ3
r. capable to fill tbeoflicc they arc aspirants the east and west sides by lines of 285 feet ,
bit on Tuesday afternoon last week and started /- Ocala Banner, which shows that farmers DIIUGS, and on the north and south sides by lines of : }
ft. for. The time has come on his journey to Maine, we saw the arc weB "'cpresenlerlltr it 15284100 feet nntlsole\\'ir'ga net area of bine FLORIDA TRUNK I LINE. SHORT ) 'F, :4' i
". when it is to Felect} men : acres more or less. Terms cash purchasers To all points in South. Middle and West Florida Mobile, New Orleans a nil the Southwest('ri-P,
$. necessary last of this wonderful mnn is a potentiality If the platform adopted Tampa meets MEDICINES nndTOII..E'l' payiugfor title;. Direct connections to nil points Northwest and ort east. Elegant new coatbei"
" .
: on account of their abilit'and.J intelligence P. S. CREWS Route from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of 1ep l'. .Ii'
t": t. in American politics. the approval of good democrats, and alliance -
and because Sheriff Bradford Co., FJori a. Slonticello and ThomasvUIe. r
not they are '
, "'," ., Should Harrison: be re-elected, there is democrats especially surely the ARTICLES, June 'IIIUU CARD In efleet HI oil 14, 1892.
} fellows and needihe *
r. to money. 1S92.Sheriff's 3 i 7 'SOUTHERN WV'N.j 8 J 4 10 | 2 )_\VESTEKK ;\ 'N t "I'J I[ ri80T ; a
nq place in party or governmental servicefor ticket nominated there ought to more than SPECTACLES i [
& 'rhebad, laws made in the last legislature bold TRUSSES etc. I Sale.The 5 50 p 1010 a Lv Fcrnandina Ar 300p J13 a } p 700aLv Jacksonville Ar 8 22 p 1 A1 J JlOCOp
r of ink Mr. Blaine. Bright, aggressive give satisfaction. Thurber 7 Opll25uLv9Kplll5aLv Callahan Ar 145p 730a 73-iaLv Baldwin LT 7SOpl3M| -
ure sample ignorance Co..
Why-land
'kJ Prescriptions prepared ?l all hours Jacksonville Ar IMp 630a 12Ua 845aAr lake City LT 28p l.a
and Mr. day
magnetic sympathetic impressionable Wombwell the vs.
.=, w 'office. Let Bradford county do its I commissioner of or W-iils& XplJ05pLv< ) Baldwin Lv 1 ft aLv 030 a 135 a flSJaAr Live Oak Lv 540p tftaiaArSuwanneeSpgsLv
night. tncli25NOTICE Owens.
we have no figure like him in when first 11 lIp I 17pArK Starke 11 47 a 431a r3310al024aAr
. riiare in the our I agriculture, elected went in under virtue of an execution issued out of theabove
stocking next legislaturewith
-..; St. BY Sip 2 ZJ P Ar hawthorne Lvl04SaLvlOSIa 3:!a Madison LT 44p ..s 5aLu
r- politics, and we shall not look upon his the soubriquet of of the "Plowboy of stated cause to me directed from the _
brains. office of the clerk of the circuit court of Bradford I 15/1 251 P\r Citra 2 41 aOcaU 430& 11 aa P AI' Montlcello LT 32d p 4 .
-"r".: S like again. i the huckleberry fiats of Jackson county." LUMBER' county Florida, under a judgment rendered 331 p Ar Silver Springs Lv 9 30 1620 a 205 P AI' Tallahassee LT 10&P )l'l845a .
: therein on the 3d day of A. D. 1892, 212ft 344pAr Lv 923aLT I4a 343pAr QUincy 'Lv1256pIN ,
j.4; 3.'! The admission\ made at Minneapolis Cheated of the presidency in 1S7G by a He was a farmer's son and his own hands I circuit court. I, as sheriff May.of tutid county In, have said 7 05 p Ar460a HomoflnssaLeesbnrf 70oa 10 00 a 450pArRiTerJUlldfonL1'1U8pJUla<

.' ?:,- that it cost the republicans one falsehood which forced a convention to weie hardened by familiar and long acquaintance To the people of Starkc nnd vicinity: ed levied in said upon county the following of Bradford described, for satisfaction lands situat.of 5 4:>a 5 514pAr 40 p A r TavarcsApopka? l.vll)1Jal0JO pLvl035a830p G30pllOOpAr 200aAr Pensacola Mobile LT LT 110 4Oa2-p*. .

, -, ( million dollar to carry the state of take recess when victory was in his grasp; with the plowshare.Mr. This is to'notify you that I have closed said execution and all costs and will expose the 900a 750 a 710pAr 6 313 pAr Orlando Lv L9 9 4 lit-'a a 555p 430p82'Jal230p 6 74'aAr 50 a Ar New Montgomery Oricana LT Ar 7 880p 35 aIHSpAr '',-.

,.j ii' New York in 1888, 'does not tally defeated in 1884 by a mere accident of W. N. Shcats was also a farmer's the saw and planing mill for the summer. iu same front for of sale the to court highest house and door bOstbidderfor in the town cash of 315a HOp Lv Wildwood :Lv BirmiDtrhanj LvStOp.730aAr l.:
in New York I shall have in the ytrrt at the mill n Starke In said Bradford 5 12a (S 13 p Ar Dade City Lv 711 a 10 30 p Nashville LT TtSa2S7aAr -
well the declaration campaigning city when he and when count.vitWn the hours
ilf ; with following fqn began life a young man on few thousHiid feet of rough lumber also of pIe prescribed by law on 6 4'a 71UpAr .Plant Oitv Lv 5 30 a 17p Louisville Lvl310652aAr if
# in the rfhi should have been at home: frightened the farm. lie is inch and the 4th .41\ SLDpAr Tampa Lv SCOaSlOp Cincinnati Lv 750p'725aAr L
{,: republican platform: every a man by quite large quantity of choice novelty Monday. day of July,A. D. 1892 the same 1 -p4.)
53p Ar AValdaGainesville LvllOOa St.Lou1a Lv
735p
. ? party will never relax its.effort P until from a nomination in 1888 by the specterof his own efforts he has climbed up gradually siding, flooring ceiling and surfaced lumber SEAi being(a except public 5acres sale day in,via.SE :corner The KX sold of NEW to D.of J. 2 31 p ArGSOpAr. Lv W&a 5 10 P AI' Chicago IT 4 15 -

., t: :-S : : the integrity of the ballot, and ill hnalth: crushed and defeated in Minneapolis and I'V hard labor to the position he which will be left in charge of Mr. bluster), 15 acres; also S#of EX of SEW of Cedar Ki-y Lv r..IOn: 9 1 ISUWANEERTVEhROUl -
Lawrence Wall. of SUrke: for sale. NEJ4. 10 acres; also \\X of NEtf of SEtf.Iliac TnainsNos.1,2tIandlodajlyPultmancars :
: Anyone 7-SOaLv
.. ( J thc purity of elections shall be fully by the representatives of a IaItYwhich now occupies. lIe is thoioughly enlistedin in want of lumber may find it to his res all in section 32. tp 8 S, range 23 E. Also 5# between Jacksonville and New Orleans. 813 a Lv Jacksonville Baldwin LT Ar"140 i5p p !;'W. ,

;'; guaranteed and protected in evciyutate. owes him all that it has o! late the cause of education, is a warm advocate interest) call on him. SW acres> beginning, 68.at the NW 22 corner of NWjf of ___a<.7.8 daily. -- 943aLr Lake City L* SO&JI.t" .,_
4 sec tp E.
range running thence FEKNANDINA
CUMBERLAND ROUTE. 1013aAr white Spring Lv Ill, i--
: rIns'' cant about integrity years in brilliancy of record and achieve of the free school system, and is a along section line to a post set to lands deeded by --_ lO.WaAr Jasper *Lv
r. Jain ex K. K1IS 6 t CO I I III I 5 IMpiJ. -
John Hall to Sarah J. .
and p.urity in politics would come ment, Mr. Blame will take his place with of and Jolly. thence east along 1201pAr Valdosta Lv SOtp ,
man immense industry
enemy. Stnrke. Fla.. \pm.; 1893. Agt. said land line to within 60 feet of the center of 430plOCOaLv JacksonvIlle Ar 2 lip 8 50 a 555pAr Macon Lv 11 Ma
with far better grace from any deserving but unrecognized heroes of his C. B.. Collins is I hue farmer's o"n. Long 3m .: railroad track. thence northerly parallel with 5 5')p 11 30 a Ar Lv 12 45 i> 7:IOU lOCOpAr Atlanta Lr 710k
other than : : ? said track to the north line of the afore mentioned 530 P Ar Brunswick Lv !S(m a .a fO a AI' Chattanooga Lvi M1'os. "
Ip body Harrison's packed ungrateful party. lie had earned the since the Banner conferred upon him the NW34 or SW.<', thence W to place of begin- rr.'
convention. ; ning. Property pointed out by .1, 2,9 and 10 daily.
and it anted plaintiff's atfy. r.'i'
: presidency belonged to him. title of "
"Sandspur Philosopher, which
P. S. CRKWS, FLYIXQ CRAC .-Daily except Sunday. -, if
lie went down under the hoofs of a title he will always wear and is entitled to A few good Ln.lies and Gentlemen to Sheriff Bradford County, Florida. 940.1. Lv Jacksonville Ar 48T.p 113p Lv Silver Sprioes 8i1

t Florida democrats need not con- trained and disciplined of. federal He canvass for the GASKELL LITERARY June Taos. E. Bran Att'y for Plaintiff. 1013a Ar Baldwin Lv 4 COj;> 1 SCp Lv Ocala Ar 12
army wear. is an original alliance man, 2,1892. 1051a Ar l.awtl'Ar 323p 2 Up Lv WUdwood ',Un
tFr tent themselves that they willhare office holders-men who owed him thanks was for a long lime the popular slate lecturer CLUB at a guarantee of *73 00 per mouth. 1004a Ar112ii Starbe Ar 311p 3 CTp Lv LaooocheeOwensboro u1t
Address, Ar Waldo Ar 2 SOp 3 lip Lv AI'I'
the -- Master's
walk-over Sale.-
an easy at fallS I for the very emoluments that they cnjuy.I and the cause lies very near .his R. L. EtlllQlIT 11 SOa Ar Hawthorne Ar 2SJp 321p Lv Dade City II
election, for such will not be the Forgotten, ignored and practically discarded -- -- UNDER and by virtue of a decree of (foreclos li Wa Ar Citra Ar I50p12h 4 Up Lv Plant City Ar.1
Frl heart. i
l: s 31Therc will be I I noBly 254 Franklin St.. Chicago. sale duly made and entered in and' 14'I' Ar Silver Springs Lv > 500p Ar Tampa L.
certainly one by his party, Mr. Blaine find by the circuit court of the 4th circuit
can his nomination should judicial in
Surely
: l please all and for Bradford in For information see local agent, Ticket office 8C TV' Bay street cornar Hogan.DepotfiNM (
| opposing ticket;and it will be,fixed county a certain cause in
perhaps, in private lifo the and Notice.All Hogan street. Jacksonville. k .T/ .
peace con- alliance men. c chancery therein pending wherein Emma Ri A. O. M acDonell, P. & .
<* in such that it will N. S. PENN1NQTON, Traffic Manager. "
-. a way catch a tentment which have been denied him in Mr. W. D. Bloxham. the persons indebted to the estate of Clarence chard is complainant and Martha Fewkes and
'S laige vote. Unfortunately there comptroller C. Bryan, late of Bradford county,deceased Joseph Fewkes and Truby. Stern burg & Co.. ,
; I public career. His has been a stormy and has all his lite been u farmer and is one of will come forward and settle the same at once, are de'endants I will sell to the highest bidder, 4
have been gl'amistakes made for cash in front of the court house SUMMER RATES.
very sad existence. No man has been and all persons having claims against said estate door in the
1! more the most dcseivedly hi will them, authenticated town of Starke in said county on
by the democratic party which will popular men lie present duly withia .'f ,3SS
,
,
The First in .
Monday ,
maligned misrepresented.. But no man the time prescribed by law,or the sa me will be JulJ.I8I2
:*, be magnified ,and used by the oppo state. lIe has, as much as any man, felt plead in bar of their the same being the 4th d&yoC said mouth and a THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA R. R. i9 now:
has toniay warmer or sincere rteO.ery.A legal sale ,
more friends within
day the hours
legal
yition anti this cajls for tho'neccs- the depression that has fallen upon the L. vox KIRN, of sale on paring rates for the travel l out of Florida is&
that
There was much of the sentimental June 17, ISM-8s Administrator. day, the following real estate situated in the to all summer resorts, tha
S k wry work 1ttl'cform.YoI'k, that and agricultural .closes and is iu sympathyand county of Bradford, stato of Florida,describedas will shortly be placed on n\c.\ :,;, 1t1t
chivalric in the battle.made: for him follows: The west half of the southwest quar-
!IIIQ V'Y- m.ay'w, and'reform, that at' touch with the agriculturists of our ter of the northwest quarter of section fliteen, This line is the shortest and fastest out of Florida carrying the IV' aDo

it may"continue iu Minneapolis during the last five days. In' 'SLAt ... IAeUStfDy! : CP.VEAT$. township seven south of rangu 22 east.cou turn India mail to all points west and northwest. % Trains and ae
power. ing twenty acres. less also I arrive
his defeat there is humilitation he "'U"1 ;& 'l' more or ; the following
no f'.
..
for Mr,; W. B. Lamar has always licen a --- -_...._.,-; .-),;. ,A...,.:--..-fp. lAELSr. personal property: One bay horse about eight from union depot in Palatka and "Maron. Connection made withal- I tlpar
4i did not seek nor ask for favor at the -_ ", years old. Terms cash purchaser
handsof paying for
i, 'It I* said that President Harrison, his And the lawjei by profession, but I is the owner of 't 4 .. .\' 'tt.1'- '',-"'-" .' -_ titles. JAMES T. Wiu.s in \laeon with the vestibule limited for the Carolinas!, Vir :ini 'and 3'lel

?* n few days after (Maine's resignation parly. republican party large farming lands and has a ]large pear i C'J" t "i June3, 18. Special Master. east, nnd with) through sleeping car lines for jesortH in Teniiensce :_v OSJO ,

received a letter from a man will pass through a long and varied experience orchard and to this extent is a farmer and I eJ M d tuckv and all points north p
northwest.
before it Ii 1. : Sleeping cars betweon.P _
again finds at the head a friend of the fan.ier. :Notice.i' ,
named Roberts 'who
lives in Iowa
\ y and Jacon Trains
Sv leave as follows Palatkn and 8J" toolugfool
jylHampton
that he of its"columns u man so faithful, brilliant Fenwick Taylor was born on a f aim Notice of Change of Voting Place in District : 5 40 a. m. .
isHs saying nat .seen 'in, te.! papers and puiusa as James G. Blaine near Ocala lUlU i is u farmer by inheritance. LJ1 No. 5, Bradford county. Florida. 6 51 a. TO. and 9 37 p. m., Lake City, 8 03. a. m. :1.1C''riO'5Sj .- .
that J. U. At a meeting of the bard of
; Ulaine secretary of His father lived and died on a farm and of county commissioners A. P. KNAPP Traffic Manager. JAMES MEK2IFS 'G IA t''' .
Brndford
county Florida, .held at the *
Ktute had.resigned. lie wished to Mr. Taylor's "TiADE : I :
sympathies ate all in that DESIGNS."OPYR1CHTS.. court nouse June (. vyiz me voting place or District top
know what duties were required of A new journalistic venture is the direction.Dr. MARKS.' \4q'cri No. 5 was changed from the Pine Hill Ac- PRIV..1TELYING-IN DEPJLRTUEKT R r ii Who areWEAX.NE1VIILI ,

r the secretary of state, and."what the Fertilizer, edited by Capt. J. 11.Velsch John I<. Crawford hails from purely .'We aiY.'slI cta! attcnUpa W easel rejected iaotke ademy the board Litesvflle being present school house and all four voting membersof for the Is she would worth saving? If she was your daughter .TAXED.trifled away Who OutleTlrJI in folly or*of** id75.** whe

\ an Bgricullural county. All bis'people bfc&de. ata to in3ftrfervce8f fcppeftls relanea, tndee change. It was further ordered that notice of yon certainly say yes! Due to An un.gnar'ed and Manhood,causluir tefl our
If the a prominent republican of R rka. the
wages were. was large preparation of opinion a* to tnfrin.-t. moment,under oleran
pay promise of
are cngagedin agriculture he himself is thin change be published in the Bradford mur- the wells of life. hagdcbe
a and Connty upon DoLI
Mope of
ildity paitota. ad the .
aM
enough:an9 the work not too hard .Marion couutVe do not know practical fanner; and until he was elected dtfcrse ef salts far Jafrin.=eDt. Car Prosee'&UGIa book of 1IIdnoe. TELEGRAPH once a week for four weeks,and that grace' both a lady herself finds and herself!! in a condition to dis.. dreadful dreams,weaknes ofm"l
whether! it will favor fertilizer tions. firm'.reference,etc.. acntfree.- the order for said change be recorded in the regIstry ir done. famUy.unless something upon the face,and all the effect'l, di Ad
; lie would like to apply for the job.He or secretary pf slate was a faimer-pbysjcian, EDSON SKqaltablennUdlnr. of deeds hi the office of the clerk of the circuit During the period gest&tion and con dot-ay consumption insanity- Obd
.' thought ho would make a p litics. hut farming was his main dependence.The .- J HJS r &.; XVnsbinston D. CXJt cooit of Bradford county. By order of the girls finement"an elegant we offer to ink class of unfortunate OF LIFE(sealed)free With pai1lcl .. char
i pretty head of the ticket, Judge Mitchell I Bead thfe ttuipa for vostan on lm-Otat cocnty commissioners of said county. home in which the strictest cnre. NO CUBE NO PAY. liv
of The tnted booklet."larecUvi privacy is observed and under the !
fjood:secretary state. pren- rrO TtlB. MffllffFITT P BVICV W.T.WKKXS. Immediate DR. PARKER.840S. Ch&ryIt.
was born and reared on a farm worked 9 cuts and cur quarta-eevteaebl JIlt care of skillful physicians,and staff
pampblot of
Clerk Circuit Court. Cerk and trained
'drl44tta1" not yet answered the letter Subscribe" $1 a year. inn, hickory lnn and osnaburg breeches, naton,qaaufactun.n..1l, (Mention Mi p&ttec .1 j[ County Commissioners. Bradford Auditor County.of Boardof The nun Good Addre* a W. .M. D..Prest. Subscribe and get 'f1 -

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* 1'_ ", : l r.Abe .Hailey is honw this week Miss M ud Powell has returned the Odd Fellows Lodge ot; Slarke..who -,-Do" "l '!. ;" rra.;" 'f". ;.,I'".' r. -, ,
: F1aud 74"! i82.0 from JaeksMiville.DrCloud making effort to procure fundsto ., -. .. .-
.tke- -. from the interesting city of.Bald- are every ; .lI'AAr t eo J.1'I.' 'fIT' ;
and other '
build hall. Ice cream refreshment 'c, '-
-- win. : : ,. ;jsne f ', tbi eIc ,... ,.
f .
.
,
will be served by the gypsy ; w. MCDONALD t '
ofNe'o.us\'dle! is in ; w. Principal, ..1i1a ut ="i .'i5.

rLocaIaffafrs.Wbbuy tb city this week.' Mrs. S Hanford.of. Gr enC: ve' of girls fun in,'full, so costume.let everybody There come'will out be and lots 4 MISS 'ELLEN DAVIS, Assistant, .'" : .{ :.;-f f; Eet,.to.be_tI. .' ;ting .. I'Uf&r"rwn. 1feQ'- .

r-" inferior flour when you Mr. Hope Farmer of Bronson Springs, is in the city visiting her help the cause 0 of Friendship, Love nod ; -,-, tbeeewhrk 1t.05-.sLIon sadproponndto tc.iDe.V. '

Sweet' Borne at too amey was In town : parents. Truth. Will July 5th {for'a term of Six Weeks. :.' ne" ., .
can'get Rie1l1 rd. Monday. Committee-W. N. Meacham. J. N. open _nre' not gaifaffedy: rebut lnU'CCF Uk a: .
-
tiett He\berfter & j I County executive committee met I II. J W- Hodges is going'to build a Jones, J. U low,. J. O. Haynes, F. J. wsuldAlmfguty h.mr r-: "our. lj.t Ltw.tof&lkl l&e '
;
:
fuIflpt'r. I. handsome Field N. W. Hackett. _.
residence Walnut .
on St. intead'ed them toUed .
A
in /
.Truby. Stcpbnrg & ,Co: tbe city )last_.Saturday; in a short time. Admittance free. .ttWedlixcns&fFossillown fr.L

SeeN.1'Jones' white dbessgoosbeforP' Mr.. Henry. Jloehlct.has_ returned J W Hodges has a large stock of Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea.for Dyspepsia. Terms-Tuition due in Advance. No deductions made. any enanges, except cbang-efjnnnj: t, J

,, .. from his trip to New York. clothing that he i is bound to sell. ENTIRE COURSE ......; ....... .. ... ..:.. ... ... ...... ...... ...........$500 dry "enIl1u/ What was. S g '.t" ,

'.t.\ of ladies1:---black silk urn- Mrs. J G Alvarez has been spen'd.iog Call and see it. SHOT BY AN OFFICER PENMANSPIP ALONE .. ..... .......... ..... ... ... ........:'... .....' .. 2.00 our. forefarc-; *i is food eiinn lrfwt...*.; ano/J. ..,. --
Oar line by preservhfcr old lime bbtLIi cP .'. .
". be tm rpassed.I the week in" MiddleburgJLook A Fugitive from Starkc brought MATHEMATICS.- :........-........ 2.00 ,
,.brellas cannot Mrs. H Walker ar.d family, of thin we. l(>pe Lt.create a mine tilt.Tea

, I TJ"Uby, sternbnrg & Co. op your bathing suit and Jacksonville, arc visiting friends to Bay near while Apopka.wanted at ENGLISH, GRAMMAR... .. ... ... ........... ... .. .:........... ....... 200 foUl our grandchildren.( rl11nratM J8t8t J
'
r Robert Bird a man "
., I jjj;Jones bas a.mil stock of ,take a plunge in Kingsley lake. I and relatives in our city. this place, where three indictments are BOOKKEEPING .................... .._.......... ..... ..................... 2.CO wHl Sick to-our .town to.-1i. ..e

f.$ frmeral Uff11*8! coffins and caskets Elder (; P Young held services in Mr. and Mrs. Hainesworth, of standing against him, was shot near West PHYSIOLOGY. .. .,.. .. ... .J.. ,... ............ ... .................... .. 2.00 lived Tn-.thtr wn middle m3i oe-iint fimiIW8"r WhU3 t nr.C' .., 51

.1'', tt all prices. tire Christian church la Sunday. Newnansville, have been visiting Apopka last Friday morning. Deputy PRIMARY DEPARTMENT, till noon,.... .. .......... ..... 2.00> mftmie will'be!mwdern._ f' -

AU kinds of hauling done orompto.Ts Mrs. J M Blitch for a few days. Sheriff E. E. Johns, of Slarke. accompanied :

I at J. W.,Alvarez & CO.'s stables. Rains are plenteous nowadays, by Deputy Sheriff B. R. Lee of Judge-then of our lismy( .fin.il gniw-l .. t

and crops are looking much better. Mr. Sasser York made a pleasant Tavares. left the latter place that morningfor ing up- among u..q" yotilhiwho not only I

., Domestic and New Homo. sewing call at.this office yesterday. He is arresting Bird who bought books but nctrially.'ook the papers -.

mschiaes for we by- Miss Ida Alvarez has returned one Bradford's rising young men. the purpose of This course is designed especially for those who are preparing to : and begun to preach pimgressJ .llti-:
in the
Truby, Sternburg &... from making a visit in J ack onvillc. I they had previously heard, was teach: and for young men and women fitting themselves for bookkeepers.Our ( said be burned to do something to l help
II The young folks enjoyed a partyat vicinity of West Apopka. methods Normal. '
'Nsee mounted pictures for sale Cash buy the gools cheap at I I the residence of Mrs. Sharpe, on Upon arriving there they soon found are thoroughly the human race. lie lay awake ut nigul; ,
Bring all books with when coming from a distance The bow-to:bring U abo lAt :
pondering
Morgan Tazar. J. your you upon ;
cbe3p at W. Hodges. Walnut street, Wednesday evening.The their man and promptly ordered him to
Primary Department will be taught by Miss DAVIS, who has muuh experience last he thought be could serve bunwn-1 '
J. G. Alvarez for the latest Miss Kate Hull entertained weather was simply dreadful, throw up his hands, but. instead of obeying
Go to a number in the work. We guarantee ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION.Call it 3r l>est by increasing the age of man'.to:
tyle$ of gents collars. of her friends one nigftt last but the young folks braved it. Bird reached for his pistol and start- address that of .5.vMETI1USKLATI.

_
on or
,
weefc. ed to run at the same time. After telling
I Mr. and Mrs. S M Crows .and
Send your Jacksonville consignment I him to halt Deputy Lee raised his shotgun j W. W. McDonald ,

to the Florida Producer'sand .May Lodge I. O. O. F. will soon daughter.have.returned from their and fired, the load taking effect in the ermorcv He began to look around fo -

Consumers' Exchange. tf commence to erect a handsome lodge. visit to Mr. Bud Crews'. Sam nar- Starke, Floritla.GINClNNfttU Ih3'means* Uc'hftri rvatl that, some animal's
back of Eire's brad.
--- -- -
building. 1 rowly escaped being bitten by a big Irrcd'to great*age anti that toads .
The Traveler'sllOtCl! in Jacksonville _ rattler while hunting in the woods. The deputies then brought their man to I
particular had been found imbedded I In.
is the only 6Ntclass.1lOtel. to Mis. Capt. Burrin and Mrs. E G His father finally killed it. Oakland where he received jmmediate 2S rocks, where they must have been foir, *

; keep open all summer Hill, of Lawtey, were in the city medical attention. The wound wass-ire- |
thousands of but were still
alive
head this week. Dr. E ]J Stewart has been appointed panned by Drs. Harris and Brannon, and years
J Ikn't forget that we are ; when discovered. lie found that animals
and commissioned Hon. Francis .
1 shoes.I I by all fragments of the bone and the blood

quarters for Janus Means' & Co. Rev. F R Holeman will hold Episcopal 'P Fleming, governor of the state clots wer-j Icmovce] One ball entered the that swallowed their prey,while il,'was yet .. .

.11'If. Truby, Sterobnrg service next Sunday in the of Florida, to the position of surgeon brain substance and unfortunately could iii FLOfflD! .@rf./P [ alive lived the longest-why was it thus,!

Curtain poles and bee.cnrtains at Orange College. with the rank of 1st lieutenant: of not be found. lie solved the mystery at last He t -

Co. B 4th Batallion F. S. T. liMITED. that such animals 'while-swjUlw! rTflg the
J. G. Alvarez. J.V.. Hodges wants to make Bird was sinking rapidly before the operation w jJ@ ,.
't/f also swallowed the .
'lJ The nicest table damask in the room for new goods. Call and see Mr. \V. T. Hall, of Tallahassee, is but is now conscious and rational Vcstib led from end to end. Solid trcln carrying Pullman's Finest Buffet Drawing body allotcd'to'tiieluti 4hc prey ir'1

JoJ' city at N*.!. Jones' cheap mammoth his bargains.J. in the city this week visiting at his The doctors, however, entertain but little Room Sleeptog Cars from ST. AUCUSTlSE to CINCINNATI without chan-e. Lighted with gas. years nT.111..
. dry goods store. home. Mr. Hall made a pleasantcall hopes of his living. Day Coaches have conveniences of toilet,smoking'p3rtmCQt,-etc., ar.d are attended by an experienced lowed to live until' it died of oW.ag! *; ";
W. Alvarez & Co. of A.i!. P.M. CalU- "Eur' karbe cried "has the human
purchased at the TELEGRAPH office and No blame whatever is attached io Deputy porter. No extra churj Leaves St.Augustine Dally, 11:03 ; ]a sundUc.It : ; race
The best Rio coffee 5 ibs. for 81 Col. Peek on Monday 20 acres land his haD,2Z3 P. M.;Wa>cross,4'3I P. IL;Jcsa 0:30 P.M. Arrhes Macon.11S3:; P. M.;AtLrb,*43 A.M.;' existed 6.000 years without finding out
Lee who
was only doing duty.
left a big, shining -'cart wheel" to M.,and A.1!.
: & Richard's. Ells' mill. Chattanooga, 8:00.A.I.i Cinc nnati,'2Q P. Chicago':00
Hetberger netr this
at simple thing' We all cat beef and
gladden ye editor's heart. and we are reliably informed that: it was

,4 Just received a full line of JilmesJeaus' For fine livery turnouts go and simply a case of "kill or'be killed." UTilE fJ il AL5ULW TRAIff. bacon but we kill the beasts before eating -
j "The Country School" will be them could butSWALlOW
J. G Atv -- ; we
shoes at rez. J. W. Alvarez & '
see Co. stock. It Pullman and Mann EufTct Sltepiag CMS from JACKSONVILLE to CINCINNATI without change.
given at the school house, Friday, I WINE OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women. A 11AZOBBACK .U.1n:.
A new Etock of coffins and cask- is the best in the state. 8. All who wish Leaves Jacksonville Eaily,7::: P.M.Calahan.! &:1.P. .r.;V.'aycro-is, lI. J P.II.;Jesap. 11:531'.M.;
July a good enjoyable
could also devour his
N. J. Jones. Cheap Excursions lor the Masses. Arrives at Macoi,5:12 A.M.: AtLu-.U,;.2 A.II.; CUattaaooja, 2:00 p. M. Leave Chattllnoo!!..:O{) we remaining 3 ears.
;. ets at "The Old Country School" entertainment time should be there. Fun Tickets will be on sale at all coupon P. M.,arrives in Cincinnati,7:20 A. JL,and Chicago CSO P.M. Cut our friend must look for smaller animals

Have you tried Sweet Home flour? will! come off about the and laughter will be surely forth offices in Florida! and Georgia via the E. Through Sleeping! Cars leave CI.Mtancoga for Washington I'hiTadeJplui: and New York at SS3 A.M.: and fixed upon young toads.

.! The sales are increasing every day. last of the first week in July. coming. Given by the S. L. I. A. T., V. & G. railroad on dates named. O:9.j.tt! Scenic Shenandoah Valley Route.Rates lie swallowed a ttnui every week after

The best trade uses it. For sale by On account of the national convention fist putting some ,nux vumica their

-Heiberger & Richard. Col. Peek and Mr. Tompsett have Miss Clara Darby has returned of the prohibition-parly, Cincinnati. Jane to an Eastern Points are as low by thesi lines as by any all rail routes. For berth nations mouths to be sure thai they died. Ho

been out all the week looking the from Macon, Ga., where she has 29-30. 1603.-Rate of one lowest first- folders and all information,apply to nny Ticket Agent in Florida or to had his pockets full of toads and tried to

,, Spring goods in an endless quantity up been attending school for the class fare for the round trip to Cincinnatiand persuade us all to swallow them nnd live
interests of the new railroad. past F. M. JOLLY, Dist. Pass. Agt.,82 W. Bay St., Astor Block, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.B. .
at N. J. Jones' mammoth store.J. Miss Clara is the proud wearer return. Tickets to be sold June 26, for ever; but we told him we do in all
year.
27 and 28. limited to a continuous \WRENN, C. N. KIGHT,
passagein things n.o our C.nefl\tberse1id. and nsd"ing
G. Alvarez has just received a Nothing so refreshing these hot of the cross of honor. It is a each direction with extreme limit July Csn'l Pass. &Ticket Agt, Asst Gen'l Pass. Art was good enough for them. so die wilt we

.. f' car l load of "Diploma" flour. days as a breezy spin behind J.V.. beautiful ornament and was givenfor 7, 1892. Fare from Jacksonville $2O.85 I KNOXVILLE TENN. ATLANTA, G.\. nnyway we would rather die ihan swallow;

Alvarez & Co.'s fine trott l's. first honors. On account of the national conventionof those paxly things. A little lallow-fuccd '

< Our stock of groceries is the most the people's party. Omaha. July 4. 1892 boy whose parents thought they might

" complete in town and prices way Mrs. N D Hagaman leaves for her -KcELREE'S WINE OF CAROUI for Weak Nerve Rate of one lowest first-class fare for the save his life by the process. was clthkeTtc)

., down hard old home in New York in steamer round trip to Omaha and returu. Ticketsto death in attempting-to swallow a toad-

to. Truby pan.Sternburg & Co. Iroquis of the Clyde line, June 26. Theresa. be sold June 23, 29 and 30, limited to a E. STEWART, M. D. FOR SALEThe The discovery was made two years ago
Illl Now since the yams crops look well and continuous trip in each direction, with anti our friend got along first rule until a

and wheelbarrows atMorgan's The new railroad wilTgive Starke potato plainting the older of the day. extreme limit July 15: 1892. The regularly Office withStarke month agi>. Then sormr o? his ndr turned

'1. Wagons Bazar. better freight rates and a line at Honey peaches will soon be shipped I authorized rcutc would be as follows: following described property located while and the rest fell.our. his teeth fell
E. T., V. & G. to Chattanooga and Queen within the limits of the
ij least miles from here. corpoiale out, he turned both blind and deaf almost
ten nearer Jacksonville.Mrs. & Crescent to Cincinnati; thence C. C. C. Druy -Company. Starke too weak sit nnd
town of is offered for sale: was to up was In
To reduce stock before our annual Our friend D. L. Phillips was the first & St. L to Peoria, III, and C. B. & Q. uij-etr .. all things like centenarian.. Although
will sell I J Falconer will leave about here to have honey peaches and melons Two.Acres of Land
took our summer to Omaha.
* : taking ,we we nil despisc l him we were to see
-f goods at reduced prices. July 1 for Philadelphia. She will ripe. Bully for you, Lip. TIE POWEll M. 0. well fenced, upon which is 11. good.'well this sudden change from youth sorry to ckll1g0
,
.,. Truby Sternburg & Co. be accompanied by Miss Annie Mar- Brother King of Hampton preached !McElree's.1flne! of Cardul painted and plastered two-story dwelling; and approaching dissolution. We beheetl ,-
,
..44 killee. here Saturday and Sunday to a lure; and and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are AND ( an ('xccllent"CII of water bricked from that the nux vomica had not killc.l: the-
Webb for 'cards stencils nppreciUivfl"Aiidience.'Brotlicr; PHYSICIAN SUPEOCIce toads. as it is a poison: only tl) animals
Ask I C. for sale by the following merchants ii the clay; good! stable and outbuildings.The .
of the Florida Producers' andconstnnels'Exchange. Abe Strickland's watermelons are Timmons has started a sing born blind but were gnawiug his vitals.
. { 'cto, It' 1 plentiful and large tbis year as usual. ing school here uud is dOI.ug fine. Bradford county: I at GasUlus' Drug Store, following is n.list. of the Trees ''grow We suggested it to bun but IIP sadly shook

- J : Jesse Hagan has the best in (this STARKE DRUG Co., Starke. ing upon the p'ace! : his head and piped out? "That. ain't the
It is a hard thing to down Abe on crop G. W.YOUNG.Hampton. STARKE FLORIDA
90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties, 2J mailer at all. Hit's this Way; swallering
I Job printing of all kinds at thTELEGK.UU melons.A llage. JN'O.'A; KING LakeButler. mylStf year
J. P. :McCULLEY Lawtey.H. a toad also! swallers the years hit mought
A trip to our fieml Harvey ..Jarrett'splace : bearing; Chestnuts 5,2 varieties Apples
4 office. C.PARKER,New River.41s have lived but hit also swatters Uwyears
great many Starkcpeople spent revealed a profusion of .nice things.. Frazee & Hall 6 trees ((3 Stanlard)3) on Pear roots; already elapsed from hits birth. whicU arc

Wo haM everything you need and I: Sunday afternoon on Kingsley lake.A He certainly hi\i.tl. tine place.MOTESIDES. Herr Krupp. the great gunmaker of Att'ys and Counsellors Law Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear, to be deducted from the remaing years

will make prices to suit the need of more delightful place cannot be Germany will scud one of the four largest at 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon and should have been fquozu out nfore

your pocket book.: found. McClree's WINE OF CARDUI for female diseases. guns to the world's fair. It weighs 120 ROOM NO. 1, JONES' BLOCK 77, choicest varieties; Peach'80, large' swallering and throwed away the which Ididn't
j tons. When the fair is over the Chicago know We SaW the truth of this
Truby, Sternburg & Co. STARKE. BRADFORD CO. FLORIDA.And selected varieties; Quince 2. Chinese. in instant the bad hold! oft
I I"N. The entertainment on the Executive Committee's Meeting. people will probably try to buy the gun an : man got
gypsy Downey BulId'g ,cor. Third and All the above trees in toad old the hills and whose course
are most as
bearing as
The held Starke.Jnue to boom the town.Pronounced .
; Jones has 800 of the 5th meeting was in
of
J. Crosby cemetery night July in the
Center Strs.. Fernandina Fla.y17 almost its
18, 1892.: Present, J. L. Hill, chairman, of them in their second year. was run; many yearsof spent
lots for sale. Hemingway store promises to be a Hopeless. Yet Saved. life were more than enough to-.neiUMliz-:
J. M. Johns, clerk. G. \V. Clyatt, W. A.
This must be
rich treat. Crosby, W. H. Pinbolstcr and C. W. From a letter written by Mrs. Ada. E,- H. E. LAOERGltEN place seen be'appicci the remaining years of all th tojiCa previously -
"" We have the most stylish straw Douglass by Tiurd. of Groton, S. D.,-we quote; "was accd.. For further information apply to swallowed l and also the swuHow-

1 V4iats in town at prices wholly below Mayor Peek's order that the town matter proxy.The of recommending some one taKen with a bad cold, which settled on LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy er's own allured'..ears. We urged him to'
1)11. A. L.
Lungs, cough set in and finally ter. SCOTT, another toad it might be
:;ompetition: will be immediately cleaned and put to Gov. Fleming to be appointed as super my try : ayoutig one.
: minated in Consumption.: Four doctors County Surveyor.All Starke Fla. and though it would not reslo.'e.his youthful -
Truby, Sternburg & Co. in a sanitary condition met with a visor of registration brought before ,
me upsayiug I could l I.\-e but a
looks it his
gave might prolong 'ears. Hut.
the committee, and Mr John B. Cason i Lines run from U. S. Rurvrjs Field Notes
prompt response. short time. gave my. self np td my he said "that if he reahlTwas not an old
It "Quite English, you know"-Lon- placed in nomination and unanimously Saviour, determined.if'I could not stay Levelling. and Drainage System, etc. mal. he felt like one, nod was
perfectly
'k v don Swells cigars at.J. G. Alvarez. FOR SALE CHEAP.-Child's elected. with my friends on_the earth, i would JS Call at this Office. U.D.MINERWatchmaker. well reconciled t.'.dying. lIe died but
.; black walnut crib The matter of calling a county convention meet my absent-ones above. My husband STARKE FLORIDA.
large week
size.baby and the
paradoxlal-
.' We make day'of sale. for the purpose of nominating a state was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery fallowing
returns on
!. carriage and marble top center ta- senator nnd two representatives to the for Consumption, Coughs and ARCTIOCANDY scundioepUaph was inscribed upon bU

'} IX P., A C. Exchange, Jacksonville.tf ble. Apply at this office. siatt legislature nnd to select a chairmanof Colds.I irave it a trial, took in all, eicrht grave stone:,

the county democratic executive committee bottles it nas cured me, and thank GodI STORE and ARCHIMEDES GALILEO Torai

Prof. McDonald left Tuesday for was then taken up and after discussion am now a well and hearty woman. Born 1872. DiediS83. 100'Years'Old,
NEW GGODS NEW GOODS 1 1 Trial bottles free at Starke Drug Co's
j West Florida, where he will take it was ordered that the county LI 1)J. '
in all departments at unto himself a wife. They rill convention be called to meet at Starke on store regular' size. 50c- and l.OI1 11. ENSEY: He died of teaching bow to'live. _:

Trnby, Sternburg & Co. make Starke their home. Thursday,. August 11th, 1892, at 11 a. m., It is probably n good thing that the cnn- CORNER RAILROAD AND MAIN STREET, Jeweler. lIe now is with his Author; .
: standard. It was recommended the
He fliei! before his time .
:1 VMS roof of the Chicago wigwam was STARKE. FLA. was out- .-
. The TELEGRAPH will be sent to Mr. F. G. Carpenter, of Kin gslcy piinmries beheld at the voting places in blown off the other day., If it was too Years later than he outbttr.UEI'ORT&Jt..
.. each precinct on Thursday, Aug 4, 1892. -
address for.l a lake is fine weak to stand the strain put up year. raising vegetablesthis is entitled
any many Each precinct to the same it Vegetables, Candies, Fruits and Starke Fla_ .
an ordinary ClliClgoVwd storm was
.i 1, lIe has an irrigating plant number of delegates as the lust conven- Summer Drinks.
.
year.
best weak stand : .
Go.to J. (Alvarez for the tion. J. L. HILL, certainly too to the cyclone of $100 Reward.$10O'
tJij I. Cc cigar. and the dry weather could'lJ t hurt J. M. Joints. Ch'u Dem Ex. Com. enthusiasm that will rage in the building COCO COLA Nerve Tonic. and CHAM The read era of,be TELaGnAru'wIht be

't-J' _ him. when Mr. Cleveland's is first Ioaswl ,
:'t Ct'k Dem. Ex. Com. name men PA1GXE JUST. > to loiini that there is at least one 'ii
Men' straw hate various styles tioned in the convention. Largest Assortment of dreaded disease that IKfeuCtt has been
Nothing would be of greater ben- We will have in Agent for ilallory Steamship Line. able to cure in all it.- stages and taut i Is
something new
and nice and at
shapes. cheap Good Looks. octO-6in catarrh. ilall'M Catarrh cure In the only
efit to Starke than the building of
J. G. Alvarez. shoes to offer early next week. For Good looks are more than skin deep. Watches Clocks and positive euro now known to the tnedlcal
the railroad. We will then have ,
new
call Catarrh being constitution.
at'I'ruby fraternity.
particulars depending upon a healthy condition
f': If you want, pretty Four-in-hand" freight competition in every direc Stcrnburg & Co. all the vital organs. If the Liver be ii," DRUG al disease, requires a constitutional

.f: tie or scarf cheap go to tion. I active, you Lave a Bilious Look, ii LJQJ3rl Jewelry, treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, oetiug directly upon the
stomach be disordered have
a
{ your you
." -\J. G..Alvarez.. The elements prevented the Fruit ;j jars, jelly tumblers, fruit Dyspeptic Look end if your kidneys he Iood and mucwA wirfecen of the system .
regular jar rubbers and tops at aficcted have a Pirched Looks _E: 'f ,hereby deatroyins; the fourdati6u of'4 thediseiusu ;-
,O'J.j LADIES, ask for meeting of the S L. Y.%A. this Truby Sternburg & Co. Secure good you health and you will have ;iBlli\ : lttL t; .r'I '(I ; llI : Special attention given to the repairing -. and giving the patieii. strength:

.. week, so the next week's meeting good looks. Electric Bitters is' the great ;( ( '!;\ '{" f ;, ;'j)'' ; I Ifi of Clocks and Watches. b y building up this constitution and HS-
..It.f will be held Mrs.Sternburg's. : alterat.ve amt Tonic it acts directly J.i ::1'Jr Lp J bistinz nattiro in doing its work rbe
the .
at ; on. <
same place .
-:, .J1oR.u..h'
hotel in Jacksonville I ITt
The $2 :
FORDS only a day I these vital organs. Cures PitupU-x : :, -, Go work done at reasonable rates. proprietorB havo so much faith ia its
is The Travelers Blotches Boils and gives a pood com -f".:111'"I' t1\.4\ ;"1.ritn'. : .EJ', J.: :.1 curative powers that tb&v offer One Hundred

'ij J.v.4 Hodges has the goods to OLD RIP TOBACCO. .: store plexion., 50c. Sold bottle.at Starko Drug C'O'H 4 .- "". '\(JI' :L'-. '.;' Removal of Land Office. cure.Dollars Send for for list any of cxsa testimonial that it:laths. to

at Truby' Sternbnrr & CoIt's sell and invites inspection by all. per ff JJ rt ( i \ Address, !'. J.CHKNKY: A C f>.
.w r 1 desire to inform friends and those who '
Ilft'll chew this brand who my O.
He that his stock be never. Jimmy Sheridan little in _. / .... Druggists, 75c. Tojedo) ;
.
says must re- a boy living f ". "= may wish to engxge my services that I have ,
need as he docs not want to carryover tried before, Eliza'teth' N. J., is a great thief. lie is { moved my Land Office for a time from Starke to It is strike-while the iron,
spring goods. And having bought i it one, comes only 7 years old. but he has-alrau! !.v stc-len J. L. GASKINS, my residence one mite west of Starke.I b hot;good it is Mill policy better lo adopt Cromwell'sprocedure

4IT back for more. goods valued at nearly $2.000. His lust DEALER IN Shall until further notice make my headquarters and make the iron 'hot-by
& Co. haul consisted of a Missouri slate.bond at the Commercial hotel while in Starke '
The ladies sold ice cream and Sold by Truby, Sternburg & MedicinesStarke striking.
worth $1.150. the stealing of which led to Drugs
from 11 a. m.to 3 p m.eachday.
cake in the Hemingway store lasff his arrest. His father was a thief before S -
week Receipts were over $14. Try our cigars, we have the- best him, which may account for the child's FlatPhysicians' S. F. CARDCVBR.Starke. Prussu has 15.000 ccmmissioaed officers -
Fla., May 13, 189Z. in her
army.
Yesterday they sold cream again, assortment in the city. criminality; at so tender an age. Prescriptions I M'

and their receipts were equally as Truby, Sternburg & Co. Carcfni Compounded a ?u>vrn-day or :E'ATEJqTEaveats Bucklen's rnlca"'SaJve. ,"
Jgjy BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. mglttUnparalleled
good. The best salve in the world for cuts,
c _ Sun umbrellas and fans, biggest business ami conducted Trade-Mark MODERATE*obtained and FEES.all Pateat bruises sores ulcers, salt raettni, .fever

.1\Ieu with incipient aspirations for assortment and lowest prices at Better than a $1 bottle of Blood OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT sores, Utter, chapped hamlH chilblains,
Purifier. and in less time and all skin and !-
Office TO can secure patents corns, eruptions. poai.ivcly
county office are becoming so common Truby- Sternburg & Co. Dr. W. II. Evans, the leading druggist and at legs.cost than those remote from Waf>hnpton. cures plllls.or no pay required.
I that an ordinary citizen does of San ford, Florida says: "I always Bargains is guaranteed to give i-erfwl MitUractton
Write to the P. & C. Exchange Send model.(drawinz or photo with description. -
feel saf .in recommending I'AtricVsPills.1
not dare to shake hands with We advise. if ptontabieornot.free of or money refiinde Price 25 cents per
any Jacksonville, for market prices be sell more of them than any oth- m cbar e. Our fee not due till patent is secured. box. For sale br W. J!. Iltven .
body for fear, of being. thought one ship elsewhere. tf er pills I carry in stock." There are no A Little Book 'How to Obtain Patents."with '
Dollars'to Cents of them. fore"you .. .. better, and one dose of them will often New Laces, Dame of act'afclionts in your state, county or 'The zuTnf.the period would be mora
l .1
i i t .
tb&t (10 than dollar bottle of New VeUings, town,sent free. o 1 ddre. "
with more good a any
JOU part your dollars nnd cents trouble attractive if less artificial.
No to
get money C. A. SHOW & CO.
your blood purifier in he market. For gale New Jlaruburg Ed tnu.
With some reluctance. After getting the Mrs. Martha Vincent died in Chicago when ycu deal with the P. & C. Exchange by all medicine dealers. New Swiss Embroidery Opp.PatentOfflce. .W-uuIXl7fOs.D. C. Absolutely the'Best. .

money the difficulty is to keep it. Isn't at the home of her daughter, I. tf -- Sew Mitts and Cloves, Scientific American "I ii""cr hrsita'e tn ret'Ou Ute,, Cliani*..

U true that-,vou are constantly tempted to Mrs. Kellogg, on the Hth inst. Mrs. Sharp father I believe that handsome Todies'Under Vests. for oerbdn'x Cunxh fleniesly' us s al ohitIVI t

PWt with U slid thai you are constantly Vincent was a resident of Starke. A.full line of James Means celebrated -, Strange has already, fallen. in love with New Belts Agency the beet,"AjlYS M r. 1,', I It. Kemp, .ji- (jst-

Ip yielding to that tcmptatioti? If you ask Her husband, Dr. Vincent, died at shoes for men and boys at you Eslrnvajpiut my dear...daughtcrDo: youT-.Wliy" ?t Misses'Ilalr Curlers.Corsets ant Ohio.bu'uI Dall ness Telegram'manager,of one I Its.of Yoiing'the most ton..

tw whether we are putting this place last winter Truby, Sternbtirg & Co. : influential and valuable > In
temptation in Sharp father-I saw him-/gazing >adl} Glass ware Tin ware, Wooden ware, [ -iiews| np r
lour wiy,; there is nothing dress have tbe Buckevp taZt'.- M r. Kemp aUto l savs:-
left for us but at that expensive you on. I Crockery ware. Umbrellas. Suspenders,
to Miss married at If you are due anything on your "I have found it a certain cure for the
Mary Strong
owa'ap'. Thr.iV was I Shirts and Under Shirts,
Hand-
Hosiery
; just whnt we aredo-, the TELEGRAPH I .. cough usually following an attack of Jhtt
ing. Yon Saegerstown Pa., on the 2d.of this I subscription to we Miss Grace Littlejohn is a little girl.aged Collars and Cuffs, '
I fcnow thai it mnr eublly be as: | kerchiefs. .Perfumery. [ OAVIAY$. grippe and always keep a little of It In
foolish to month. She will make her future will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes eleven years, residing Baltimore Knives and Forks and 14,000 other article the bou.se." M rent bottles for safe by
keep mouey as it sometimes is Ohio., .Head what she :/"I wastrou- .
chickens or anything else sa.ys I which cannot be enumerated here,-whjI 1Lt medicine dealer*
home in tbe north but will cg.gs
4J to pan.with it., :Hem spendthe bled with rheumatism fortwo'yearsi. but .:
resist temptation off and allow full will be offereJ prices never before heard | --- -
winters in Florida usual want to turn ; could nothing to Ao me good. ,I I .J
When it cousin as vou get any PLto4 The rise and fall"-of some New York'
the : of in the of Starke.
IiMtory .
," ; cur .Empting form flf I bringing her'husband. with hpr.Mrs. market price. tf was so helpless that had to be carried | $ bar5s4__ 1stmit $ families make a valuable social study.! '
'. record-breaking lmrgM,18. yiu; au.I-IJrc' like a babe when I was advised to get H Come and secure some of tLem .before I Kr T pa eot takes out br \
Dot to regret the New line of low shoes just received bottlecfChamberlain's-' Balm. 'I they ore all gone. toe poWc by a notice(trea free of cbaqt*lathe *
f'ttrhtlg of \ &
Trying .
dollars Nothing It
your M bone and Jik
children and
& Co. got Jt from our druggist Mr. J. A.
ad at Truhy, Sternburg
k eenU when you leave them in Q. Mrs. Townsend have returned toStarlrofrom' Kumbler and in three days I was up New York Auction'Store. c.i cutiftCmnka There laitothingihat 'wfil 's&qni..ktv .If'
,. change for s'6sfv one ntthu yplf Cliauusbehsin's.Pain ,
our .
.. goods.ve berries and walkine around. I have not felt
; are etas to Palatka. Peaches vegetables any
They expect grapes, 1a111O rheumatism .
:
of it since and limbs as"'pe-r""I
give value return my ; are as
you received. 1
'. soon to go north, after which they 'etc., and ortnges'io season. limber as they ever were.!' 50 rent bottles Z : trial.- hive It :.a.
TBI11JY'b'TEllNBURQ & CO. will make Starke their home.. tf P. & C. Ex., Jaclcsouville.I .- for sale by all medicine dealers.IA Sub8cribel a.y ar.J 1'171&Magaa, .Mw_v_rfc, by quickly nil m.1hine4.aTt'rp.the |.al*.wllLsubaIdeFor" ;;--.sale. T" 7.r .t"j

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-h -" iWOB.IBEADfX>lU)OOUKTX.FLORIDA.Mf ventK'SUBSCRIPTION L iuued by the 'Joe an' t -
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were appointed : D
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fjto-3 M >$a:-&,: ."t'j;? nC- WEBK. :fv -- I--r river and harbor bill ; parItt4t shows that' the The lews of Her Progress Portrayei In Mamma-' "Horrors I leftover _

ft 'Ed1tand1tbflsher. '- emigrant who ports i 1891 thing for supper, but eom&sCrapa :'
: People of ll nesota. lef Ir .4.
-J3. was GI,8 lZ,278 Pithy and Pointed Paragraphs from dinner." -. .'
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t: $1.00. ''E.\ { "Tes'm that'a wot I no- I _
: : Neither house being in session Tues came t country.A'Msuaohuaetta tUe Boy- S

day members of both houses devoted TORN' FROM THEIR man has invented a Uced."
AY1UUEJ'LY.t1j HOUSES FOUNDATIONSAND
'U HAPPENINGS want themto
1. E1&ttfflf': ci4rdlng'.l t" I"" much of theirtimeto.talk about the recording device for scales. Upon a AND A COMPLETE .EPrTOSTB OF Mamma--"Then why do you
SCORES OF PEOPLE KILLED
Pf (J kJl'! :KKASUKKS OTDR OUT- is of OF GENERAL INTEREST PROM DAY et yf'Litle
Chicago convention. placed a piece paper, upon
4' f 71dH 121ON-OTBIR NOTES-; BIGHT SCENES OF.HORROR.. role see, I can go
you
., records the of
marker
a weighing TO WITHIN HEB
for BORDERA By-UWy '
"" '"' .. The contract for a wharf etc., a DAY an' they 11 tt'1'
.. the scales desired. supper,
.
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;' quarantine station at Sapelo Sound, Ga, a much
.. '"l'P)[CtJB& their mother they didn't ,have /((
fI' J'y has been awarded Colin MacGrant, of A special dispatch from Mankato, The French are amazed that the English tel 'em lot of
Wednesdaystates .
of a
".::- *:: 3 I the ope1ng of the ie4.i.i Charleston S. C. on his bid of $10,833. Minn., says: One of the worst disasters should have built the Royal Sovereign Baton Rouge dispatch eat an' the sbe'l give COPYRIGHT I. ,'

oo(Jf;; :: : *bone.Tuesday'morning! the that ever visited Southern Minnesota occurred their biggest ironclad in two years that the democratic state conven- an' things, an' I'l get some, .
f :aeth iackbo of Bids were opened at the treasury department tion has agreed a compromise by too.t Iff flying in
otiepiesentativ! __ use, between 5:30 and o'clock Wed- and a half. The Neptune and upon fA
'ft l"' ,80uth-I ol w announced.' The Tuesday for a heating apparatusfor evening. that Magnt which an equal diusion i is made of all of Nature to take the ordirJnst fS-
nesday
!: Every report comesin two French have been Printed.
: ships
Eye
the at stands The Only One
Chattanooga
S3? deputyiergant.at-armi' was notified to public building is more serious than the preceding one.* building. the appointments .and the party WORD? consider how it acts

,make-arrangements; for, & funeral, and I Tenn., the lowest being that of Ischopik, At least forty or fifty lives are lost. The have devised united henceforth.The There Is CAN a 3-inch yOU r display TIJK advertisement In 'too much bulk and bustle, and' >

: J the house, in respect,to the "toemory' of I Blackburn & Co., of Chattanooga at ,extent of country _swept is greater than Two California inventors for tele Alabama Banker's Association met this paper this week whicli.has no two words of enough real good. And think; "
truo
9 :: the deceased, adj urnedIVZDXZSDAT.Lfter : $7,298. ever before known in the history of the a toll-collecting apparatus in at Tuesday nod a alike except one word. The same t The
week.
when
of the usual coin- sesio1 Montl'mery appearing each frm it leaves it's all "
It
phones. consists each new one you on f
the transaction of In the senate .Thursday Washburn of were readon house a .
state. Starting near Jackson on the number Dr Medicine Co. This places .
d [ some routine business Wednesday morning Minnesota, who bass bill similar to the Southern Minnesota road, a funnel-shaped In-the-slot device, with the addition of a favoring tho abolition of days of gmce Barer" on everything they make and Dr._ Pierce's Pleasant Penet-!
the name
: the house went into committee of the Hatch anti-option measure moved that clock-work apparatus that automatically commercial and another iu pubUsh- 'Look for it, tend them BOOK. naturally. They help
' cloud swept, eastward and passed four when the time for on paper, of the word and they will return you Nata t"?
whole ,Hr. of the Hatch bill be taken from the table cuts off the telephone of silver. BAMrLES FEEE.BIAT her work. They H
S Creary, Kentucky, in the miles south of Minnesota lake; it then opposition to the free coinage BlIJ UTHOCItArH3 or ow ,

Z chair, :on the fortification appropriation and sent to the judiciary committee.This took a broad circle to the south and pass talk hs expired.A Fire at W. Va., Wednesday OHIO crrr or TOLEDO, renovate, mildly but thoroughly .'

;: :: bill. Mr7 Breckenridge. of Kentucky, was done. Washburn is confident ed away south of Wells. new instrument that possesses value ( Elz\beth.over three hundred OJ LUC COUHTT.: 4J t. whole system. Regulate h r_
? I- in charge of the bill its his bill will Other senators and novelty is a speculum for examining tboJ' Frank makes oath that he Is the ,
briefly explained equally
pass. Considerable rain had fallen: during the sand dollars' worth of property. It senior of the firm of F.J. Cheney & The help that they give, J lasti'
partner
I. provisions;;;' It appropriated $2,412,876, well informed, fay that it will not pass. afternoon and about 5 o'clock the atmos- horses' mouths. It is the invention of an out in the Independent bung factory, the, Co., doing buine In tho City of Toleo. They're purely .vegetable "-

:t>elng,$1,362.427 lee than the amount .A poll of the senate will be necessary to phere became almost suffocating. Curi Illinois man, and consists of a bit broad largest in the United Stntes, whch was County and aforid. and that and fr harmless the :
of the bill last and authorizes the decide this enough to keep the horse's mouth open will pay the sum eh evr fectly smallest, e \
J' of year, question. ously shaped clouds began gathering over destroyed. Tue hrs was $250,000. The case of catarrh that cannot b cure te and best to take. Sick
\.J;. secretary war to make contracts for Notice was given Wednesday by Mr. the southwest and many people gazed in and an arrangement of reflectors to determine flames spread to Barnes Bros.' & II' if- use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. J. Heac_,

certain work: involving the further expenditure Hoyt,' of Tennessee, secretary of the committee wonder at the sight.i About5:30 a wind easily the condition of the throat man's works. They were also destroyed.Rcently Sworn to before me and FiwrK subscribed' in.,my Bilious Headache, Constipation,*]

z ;..1I'i .. of $1,370,600. The appropriation appointed by the Minneapolis con- sprang up, and off to the west a circling and mouth. Anni ton works presence this 6th day of Dembr.A.I)..iwo. digestion, Bilious Attacks,
the Pipe ad'
.
$: ; ;. tion made for the enlargement,: of th? vention to notify President Harrison of black cloud was seen rapidly advancingand ut ,tf-A.w.GLl. derangement of the Liver, S

.,. water and islet' arsenal and for finishing his renomination, that its fifty.one members tearing asunder everything in its The Industrious ny.l' heaviest_ sb4i rul'.d p1r Nota PuMtc. are promptly relw ,
hauled fn -
tat watf Tfver m a -
)I and assembling eight, ten andtwelvef1)o -one from each state and territoryaro course. It passed two miles northwestof Hall's Catarrh C tkn Intmyad and cured. ."-' .
N. One'J
It's timeto city. was consigned to L-incaster, permanently :
inch sea coast at that arsenal the Suburb-"Mercy me I acts directly on mucou IUra
:; guns assemble in Sherbun and it is
expected to Washington reported that it then for '' '
Send
train of of the Pellet for
and ja-theTutchen EL consisted of a Ifstem testlona sugar-coated a
,
4 .4 committee on believed no sold fre.o _
appropriation to nipper J.
"f V city at 12 o'clock noon next Monday at stmck a district schoolhouse in which _. L'KN C
be and I can't find the _nratcbes twenty-five cars, and was heaviest p Sold by 75c. laxative-three for a "
amply sufficient. Thebill nnywhere.
also ,
r Dgist
appropriates the Ebbert house and that will teacher and catharlo
!:' they pro- was a eighteen pupils.
*< matches in that train load of pipe that ever left south the *I'
$151,000 for the KmalJ3wi-= I put the 1 all varnished They're cheapest
enlargement of for cleaninj
ceed to the executive mansion immedi- The building was demolished and the Turpentin e is good you .
?' the big vaseTon the mantel-six boxes of ern city to cross Mason an Dixon's line. furniture.aho musty galvanied orln sinks. buy for they're
heavy gnn carriage plant at the Wa- ately afterwards. teacher and .fifteen pupils were killed. guarantees toi,,

(1i- 1', tertown arsenal, Massachusetts.. The Appropriation Bill. At Easton three build ings--were- destroyed them." A Savannah telegram of Sunday says: FOR Indigestion and Stomach satisfaction, or your moneyiti. '
,.,ft _,.s' THURSDAY.-The house went into com- "But these matches won't ignite ex- Three coaches and eight freightcars DysepsIa iron Best turned -.
;t The history of the first session of (the and l several people were injured. p tssenper dlirder. Bivr Te -
't. -'"- of the whole-Mr. Biount of c 'pt on the box. What did you do with belonging to the Richmond and Tonic the system,v.i/c j te Ilo
.. Lindou vIsIted and
fifty-second congress is practically made -was many houses and strengthens the muscles. A tn- You pay only for the
'.L... Georgtw.,1nte chair-upon the tin plate' and it is probable that from no'Won to were torn from thtir foundations. One the boxes." Danville railroad, which came here in the ic for weak and debilitated persons. go M

._q,;;... : r bill. The 6Ilr> gr4wsed the time of the the end gfJhg-ewBimi the efforts bothAmnlfcfies family composed of a man, his wife and "I was makin' kite sticks, an' I used course of regular business, were seized make clear four get.This 1

4'I. ..... house during a1mosT lt .c ntire session. will be confined principally to child were killed and others were in- 'em for sand paper."Street & Smith's by local cr ditors of the road Sa'ur- gallons A teaspoonful of muddy of water.alum will is true only of Dr. P

.. .:-;1..NotwithstandinR. the impo4a.cL4trc' the settlement of disputed points in the jured. A large group of trees were completely Good News. day. Other seizures will follow when. medicines. .,
ladies,think of the engagements yon
1- to the de- of that can be
UttI1J5iid; appropriation bills. These measuresare uprooted. The storm passed on FOR thin Bloo-l, Malaria ever property company Lle and the disappointments con-
Impure or
bat; The exodus to Chicago hd begun, really much farther advanced than eastward destroying farmhouses, barns Neuralgia, Indigestion, Weaknel caught in this section. sequent to others and perhaps also to yonrelve AN ASTONISHING \ '"

:..t i- and tho return from Minneapolis was the simple statement ef their parliamentary and in fact, everything in its path. At take makin Brown old' Iron Biteri gives Itren The preliminary hearing of the m'i all on you account fifteen of headache.mute Fifty cents. w TONIC FOR WO

; slow. The hall was practically deserted status would indicate to the un- Wells sidewalks were overturned store persons strong; pleasant t take. robbers was begun at Jacksonville, \., -cue i Mc -

throughout the session. Mr. Bunting, of practiced eye. By an extraordinary display fronts blown out.and other damage done. I Tuesday. Fulcn FIo\d. and Stafford LFRE8WI'NE

New York, spoke for over an hour in of energy the house has succeededin Four miles south of Minnesota Lake especially Luxury ease shortens of mind.life; comfort prolongs It, waived a preliminary hearing and were ,-

k favor of, the bill. Messrs. E. B. Taylor, passing every one of these bills except five farm houses and their outbuildingswere remanded to jai without bail. McNa- '

f.:-- of Ohio, and DalzeU, of Pennsylvania, the general deficiency bill, and is caught up in the storm and utterly liver BEECHAM'S and other FILM vital organs.act like One magic dose relieves on the mars was The evidence was rather OF'1

ach occupied neatly ai much time in transferring them to the senate with such demolished. Four people were killed. sick headache in 30 minutes.If contradictory. He was held without bail.

opposing it. Messrs. Atkinson, O'Neill rapidity as to tax severely the working Much damage!! was done south of Wels. nfflicted with sore eyesuse Dr.Taa The cases will come up again in.about a .

:i and Huff, of Pennsylvania, each spoke capacity of the committee on appropriations and it is reported that forty or wire son's Eye-water.DruKitists sell at 20 Thomp bttePoisoned week or ten days. -' .

,'f briefly against the bill,' and Mr. Hemp- of that body, conseqently it appears killed south and west of that village.As pr At a meeting of the Chamber of Cora-

: hill of South Carolina, addressed him from the record tbat the senate is far be- most of the damage was done in the at Raleigh, N. C., Tuesday evening -

;: self to the financial question, and urged hind the house in passing upon these important country report arc slow in coming in, a Mary E. OTallen merce, preliminary arrangements were '. CAROO':
r '
t to enact which would
congress legislation but been
measures. already heard i it a nurse, of Piqua, Ohio made for the construction of a railway
relieve the people of the south from bur. The Hirer and Harbor Bill. nough to insure jhe belief that it wa- was poisoned while assistIng from Raleigh to Averasboro, the head of

densome legislation, under which they The conferees on the river and harbor lie worst storm ever reported in So nil physicians at an autopsy navigation on the Cape Fear River. The -' ,it

(( were now suffering. Without action on appropriation bill, after being in confer- Minnesota. It is eXI| ected that later r 4j'% 5 years agpand soon length of the road thirty-one milts.and _ 1! It Strengthens the Weak

t. the bill_ __ _the_ house_. adjourned.J ,. ence three day!!.' have failed to reach an i orts will increase rather than diniiui terrible ulcers broke the cost is estimated at $l56O0., Raleigh Relieves Q.
: i1-BID AT.-me conierees 01 the river agreement and have decided to report the extent of damage done as well as tl! ;;;, -.?4- out on her head, arms, capitalists will take the bonds. Nerves ,
,
y and harbor bill reported a disagreement. that fact to the two houses and ask for oss of life nnd injuries. Many Lea -- i tongue and throat. She Suffering"and CurBt $?- Jii.1

k The house adopted a resolution to insist instructions. The conferees, it is learned, Jp."io!scenes < curr', weighed but 78 lbs., and The sub-associations of the General FEMALE DISEAflt, '
: Association of
rl on disagreement, and the bill was able to nearly all of a M. 1.E. O'Faen'Mw no prosrert Of help. Turpentine Operators' .
were agreo upon ASK YOUR -
:& again sent to the conference. The A CYCLONE'S WORK.An At .be began take HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Georgia Florida and Alabama, met the owi: ORUGGlSTARoufrn
pri- canal Lakes Union .
.
ship connecting and at once could soon SNJOYSBth. '.00 PER BOTTLC. -&KK:
improve Savannah
factors in session at
vate claim bill known as the Sibley bill out of bed and walk. private 1
: and the twenty five per cent cut in get now.rfety .the CHATTANOOGA MED. CO. ChAOSTp
X' then taken After well, weighs 128 pounds,eats well few days ago and dccidoJ. in view of the .
was short time
up. a the first for Illinois Town Almost Swept Out
: year's appropriations work for a large family.HOOD'S low that of Figs is taken; it is pleasantand
being so -
prices operations
in it the house present
| spent filibustering
upon I contract projects, to whch; the house of Existence. -
1 j came to the point, when no PILLS should b in every family were conducted at a loss. Each refreshing to the tastes and acts

< voted, and, in order to escape from quorum the conrerees But were the conferences willing disagreed tu ac- A very destructive cyclone passed medicine clieat.Once used.always preferred.CHILDBIRTII operator showed a reduction in the gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,

cede. through the northeastern part of Knox working of'yearlings and old boxes of at Liver and cleanses the p
stifling atmosphere of the chamber, tooka and system -
Bowel
two .
new Oregon
hopelessly upon 111. and ruin leftaltng
county, Monday, was least 2 per cent. They believe that this
recess until 8 o'clock, the evening session were both colds, headaches -
They
? Washington projects. its path. seems to have first soon will have an effect on the receiptsand
to be for the consideration of pri.vate'pension senate amendments, one appropriating made its appearance I northwest of Galva. I MADE EASY beneficial result and fevers and cures 'habitua
on prices.
a
4.t bills. The house failed to $187,500 for the improvement of the Columbia About 7:30 o'clock two black threaten- Syrup of
I MOTHERS' FRIEND I is a scientifically constpation i
break its usual Friday night's record. chancery court at Montgomery,
4. Three Mile inchriing
at rapids Te of its kind
clouds noticed in the -
.? ; Various efforts were made by the champions I the construction a boat railway around ing were west approaching prepared Liniment,every ingredient ., adjourned Tuesday after a special l ; produced -

i of private pension bills to bring Dalles with authority to make a contractfor one another have and the tornadois of recognized'value and in session held to try cases growing out of pleasing to the ta and acceptable -
to resulted from this
;_ their measures before the house but each the completion of the work at .total thought constant use by the medical pro the failure of M(ses Brother, bankers!, to the prompt in ioo'S
Its south and
:. effort was unavailing, and the house ad. cost of $2,672,858 and the other an junction.that course and was the main east of fession. These ingredients are combined last July for about one million dolars.: its action and truly beneficial In its i :

journed. amendment appropriating $200,000 for the through storm city the main business body in a manner hitherto unknown The court has taken under advisement a effects, prepared only fomthe most
passed along
the construction of a ship canal connect- streets of the city. It came with such petition praying for a decree for the sale healthy and agreeable its

j .. THE BETNATB. ing lakes Union and Washington with suddenness that the citizens had no timein "M'OTHERS'fRIEND" of Moses Brother building one of the many excellent qualities commend itt

; : TuESDAY.-Immediately oa the assembling Pupret sound. which to fly to places of safety. handsomest structures in Montgomery all and have made it the mostpoular (...
|" : of the senate Tuesday morning the and worth about two hundred thousand I- !
wrecked remedy known.
ff death of Btackhouse Many buildings were totally dollars. A decree ordering the sale will
Representative war STATUS OF TRADE.
and that many people were not killed is.a Syrup of Figs is for sale in 60c
be handed down in three
announced and the body adjourned as a that is claimed for probably two or
WILL DO all
--
miracle. The saddest feature occurred at and
& $1 by all leading drug .
token of to the deceased member weeks. btle
respect Dan 8 Co's Iteporton Business for it AND It Shortens Labor -
,
; Augusta Olsen's house. There were in MORE Beautify complexion by
; :" of the house. the Past Week. the house at the time Mr. and Mrs. Olsen, Lessens Danger to A Jackson, :Miss., dispatch says: Judge git relible druggist who blood. FCBKLT VKGITABLC.
'VEJ "E8DAT.-In the Wednesday not have hand The dom U vlcrly tdjiut to ralt ..,
) senate may on
the
, The review of trade for the week ended Charles Olsen and four others. The residence Life of Mother and Child. Book Cooper, qf supreme court on Wednesday .i pr never betoo much.Each ylil lcontlni4
L in presenting a petition from Riley mailed FREE entered suit against the Alabamaand cure it promptly for any who pocket like lead penciL Business maa'k I
Olsen to I MOTHERS" containing
R G. Dun & collapsed ,
killing instantly.
June 17th, published by convenience. Taken easier thin tucar. SaUfl
Kan. in relation to the
county prevalence Vicksburg railroad for $4.30. The wishes to it. Do not where. All bear fj
and hot The others miracle. valuable information and Eenmne Roods Cpnetnt'V f
Hot weather politics escaped by a t accept any
Co.
& of lynch law Mr. Peffer stated that from says: circumstances were' that the judge substitute.CALIFORNM mttjunp.Yongrtapapbook >Wii8fcOR. :-'
have affected business at many The place Tuesday was in a state of voluntary testimonials. .
*> reports the r ictice was together HARTER MEDIUMS CO..SUts
newspaper i grow- bought a ticket to Columbus the road jst
but there is, nevertheless, an improvement demoralization. Business completely Sent by on receipt price$. per bottUBRADFIELD FIG SYRUP
points, .1 CO
ing in all parts of the country, north, wa express failing up to the time of the purchase of sf fca*
trade and in the streets filled with
actual impended CO.
both in REGULATOR -
i south, east and west. Many poor people AUant.C the ticket to note on its bulletin SAN FRANCISCO CAt Dr.SCParso '1?
is the swift debris of The stores BY ALL bard ,
prospect. One obvious cause every descripton. SOLD DRUOQIBTaL LOUISVIUE. KY. a.r.
colored
k,
-particularly people-are being the fact that the train was five .
t hounded and hunted and hanged: or shot improvement of the crop outlook. After were more or les rins. Hardly a YOU NEED NOT FEARthat When the delay was bulletined the judge Blood Pur

.; to death when merely suspected of crime. weeks of soaking grain has now just the residence but what will need repair people will know'your hair I dye U demanded the return of the Cures syphilis,It- ;.
weather for most rapid'growth. Floods The damage is. estimated at $200,000. that imitation of money Skirl
S use perfect
It was limp, he thought for the American you offering to return the ticket which "GermanSyrup" mors, SweUiDjt;
still make some trouble in the lower Mis- Considering the number of buildings was eases.Rhenmat1 "
*.. to take action in that matter --
congress wrecked it is that refused. Hence the suit is intended Scrofula. Malaria, .
valley but elsewhere throughoutthe surprising there was
and he hoped that the judiciary committee sissippi Hair doubtless to settle the rights of the public Fevers, Liver and"Diveasea
loss of life. -
excellent farm
Mr. Olsen
west and northwest no greater was DyeIt
to which the petition was referred, in Old
the killed. Eleven : and roads cases of delayed trains.
trade. only one
j would report promptly. A conference prospects stimulate persons were onssndaI1disorng1romiWP
was ordered on the diplomatic and con- At the east the demand for manufactured badly hurt The track of the storm was color and 1 12Pzrioo

:.;. sular appropriation bill, an'" Messrs. products is large for the seison, and three miles wide. West of Galva, hair. 1. Office. 39 Park Place BLAINE'S SORROWS. *L

&. Hale, Allison and Blackburn were appointed the settlement of many labor controversies about a mie. stood a lino large farm SOLD BY nuoaa*;
\ __ _
i conferees on the part of the senate. especially in the building trades, house storm, not a vestigo of IHs Son Emmoiis Die's Suddenly at My niece Emeline Hawley, was, Mb _: Dr S C. Parsons: -k.l.ic-,
which
strike in western remains.
while the fear of the long now
L The bill to provide for the free coinage Chicago. taken with blood
A LA PICTURE PUZZLE.The spitting and she Physician" tells bow to pet well and keeP
iron works also stimulates purchasesof Washington dispatch : Cyclonic
;.<; of gold and silver was taken up and Mr. says Emmons Elaine, son of ex-Secretary became very much alarmed, fearing 400 pages, profusely illustrated. &"fat1
iron and steel products.The storm!, similar to that which struck infonnaoOMof
5-, Palmer moved to strike out all of the blL State James G. m tine, died at his resi- that dreaded disease phletsque8tion liaip.or: priTite '
political movements have much Galva, HI., are reported from Peoria, Consumption. charge, addn< with stamp,
$ ,.' except the first section which fixes the encouraged conservative men with re- Sandwich Rockford and elsewhere in dence in Chicago at 11:15 Saturday She tried nearly all of medicine DR. S. C. PARSONS, Savaib,,
kind
'j|?> standard of gold and silver dollars,makes gard to the monetary future. The iron Ilnoi Boone la., and Hammond, Ind. morning from blood p isoning originating hut nothing did any good. A Sample Cake of I Baa
tender and the from disorder of the
these coins a bowels. *
legal "
j Sff permits output June 1st was 175,174 tons weekly, deal damnge was done to prop- Finally she took Gorman andshe pae Book on DcP.eautv
H? owners of silver or gold bullion to have The fact of Mr. Elaine's death was kept Syrup .and
tons less than May 1st, while and people were injured but
2.712 erty, told
many it ,
only ilcaipw
yi* *. it minted for their benefit and without I concealed for some time after he had me did her more I Gil .kin,
the unsold stock has decreased 26,427 there was no actual loss of life. than go / i and Blood dh
,, fe charge. :Mr. Morgan addressed the .sen.ii. tons. In spite of some increase at the pass>d away, the object being to reach anything she ever ''FACIAL LSOAPI* i .waled for K

J..i' :. .ate in support of the bill. The silver south the output is now 18,728 tons less ALABAMA DEMOCRATS the father first with some general inti- stopped the blood,gave her strengthand I iDisngumnentIBirth Mar kaIWaru.

:/k: plank in the Minneapolis republican raition of the sad news. The eXiecretary ease, and a good appetite. I t. IndiaowderHarka
than the ever attained on March\ -- Frel -TK
greatest
|| was, he said, a step to the front and his wife were at Br had it from her ...- ... >I
platform 1st, or about 9 per cent but it is 28,000 Select Delegates to Chicago and a Harbor own lips. Mrs. I I 8c ftJtingsBedne
jEf: fn the of the restoration of silver as Me. and efforts to .
I
way tons greater than a year ago. At Pitts- State get telegraphic communication Mary A. Stacey, Trumbull, Conn. I A.. r'q PerSuous
!&- a money metal. It was Bt'll" timid and Ticket with them failed, however Honor .J JIB H.W
t burg.the demand for finished iron is good The Alabama state democratic conven to German Syrup. $1SDermstoio! It1OR ,
and. and about 12:15 o'clock the news of the 42dt.Ns'W
.. irresolute dealt in equivocal phrases.But the prospects of wage difficulties stimulating tion closed its labor Friday and adjourned ', -
it seemed to cut loose forever from last death leaked out. It was not until abouta t'
workers demanding year's after nominated or ny $
a fu I
the single gold standard of the senator having quarter of an hour pror.to the fatal
scale and maufacturers are reducing. ticket -
state il directors and .
president moment that the least intimation -
from Ohio and to demand the of that
use Hardware is very active. the
twenty- from Alabama
both and silver standard delegates Blaine was in a dangerous condition
I gold as money. b- PJSO'S CURE
IMPROVED TRADE AT THE SOUTH. to the national convention. Th dele
The peoDle had the right however, to came known, and then it was only a pIQII'who .
and
Improved trade is noted at Louisville gates to Chicago go uninstructed, the few. When the sad intelligence i Coa.uptlves M$ l lma.
expect that the democracy would:: in finally hate weak luaU or
: Chicago, step to the front and demand and Nashville, and business holds on well sentiment the convention being against reached Mr. and Mrs. Blaine, they were .mould va* PUo'iCortftf
I;, for the season at Savannah a decrease in instruction.The the I CoDiamptlon. It bM efMWItkeaaand
prostrated by terrible blow.
not standard silver
.
only equal
money It baa DoS Is1Uf'edone.
: with gold, but that silver should ban the production of naval stores being con- state ticket was. completed by thi During the convention young Blaine DO HOT BE DECEIVEDwith I U it not bad tOtL
:
4 templated. High water mark makes nomination of the follovin ; candidates: seemed in I .Pastes Jinamels, and Pint!wblcn stain 1 Illatb* bus cough syrsp.-r
health
perfect and the ..
j the right of free coinage. After n brief no ono hancs.leJnre the Iron off. Bold eTerrwbem. *
free silver speech: by Mr. Cockrcll, without business dull at New Orleans, but sugaris Governor Thomas G. Jone, of Mont- who heard of his sudden passing away I StaTe Polish Lslirllflant.Odor
of state J. D. Barron less.Durable and the consumer pays for no tin CONSUMPTION
-, action on the bill oron Mr. Palmer's quiet and steady and money plenty gomery; secretary ; was more shocked than those who faw I I_or glass package with every purchase.wtu L

amendment, the senate, at 4:40 o'clock with little demand. Better weather anda of of Jackson Clay; attorney auditor general John, W. L. Martin of; him participating in the caucuses, early ................ ........

D.. adjourned.. decrease of only 12 per. cent in cotton ; Purifoy, shove picture contains four faces,the m and 1-ite, night and day, in hs: father's RlPANSTAULESreguiate:
., THUBSDAT. all the senators acreage, according to the most reliable Wilcox; treasurer, J. C. Smith of Dallas three daughters. Anyone can find iutere t. It is thought possible by S ill '
-Nearly '
fr'T commissioner znan s face, but it is not distinguish the many u bo a safe and WA
of
have caused fall of five-six- ; agriculture, H. D. s easy t ectual. BETTER
\. who attended Minneapolis convention report, a laces of the three young that the stain of excitement at Mineap- I medicine 2 known general famllTZ D '
ldie for I
teenths in that price, with sales of 813- Line of Limestone; superintendent o: The of Pill oli Jf BUlotuness
t. were in their places in the senate Thurs I propeor Pie w *, by keen disappointment of I' Conitlpatlon I'TfmetjBia. FonlZ ,
; education J. E. Harris of Burner. give Gold the Breath. H
"UI
; ,
000 bales receipts and exports being he1retlurL.< THAN ALIVE.
frt the uitcome had
day morning out the first notion of the not a littlj to do with of.Apti. Catcher' 121
person ; death
Fly Killer Is
1 body was to provide for adjounment till larger than last year. Cotton spinnersare Elector State at Lirgc-Wii.. to the wbocmakeouuhethdught'< wi pi o g nu ce the physi<-,l proslntion! c-nsuing. rtioo Tired. 'Feellaar.and' .. Sallow** tracted to It and killed certain at once. They do I

Monday. Mr. Monill addressed the taking more cotton than a year ago Brewer, of Lowndes; E. L. ., Diamond Input to te tirtahd. .PJ.o irons mpure. get away. Csc U freely destroy their event
s?n- some Silk Dress .blO allure User reproduction. Always ask for DOUM
stomach.
o or
in to the bill for the free and unsold stocks of goods are compara- Mobile.An color; to the/7"r//i a Pate. Watch, ARKANSAS DEMOCRATS .t pro their b te fncions tt: gee best rpxnits. Taj
ate opposition tively small. Exports of products con- irquiry among the members placesthe and many other pie in order of Every ..oehr-t ar blt btg&TAD VIEar. IBED'K DUTCHES DBTHJ C8<
met --
i coinage of gold and silver. Mr. Se wart position of the national delea'ionabut competitor must the above Pc t ST.AxJS
tinue for the half of June 23} d .
heavy per pc Name a Full State Ticket CEXICALC"NSpJC
took the floor Mr. Morrill left distinguish the three girls laces by mar and Select :
as soon as Ac.V..tMI
cent larger from New York than last a follows: A good majority favor with lead pencil on each, and enclose same with .. ..: ....e...n.C A. N. U.. ................ T.wenlj-8,
Chicago
L ;i. it. Taking up and replying to some of! with a moderate increase in im- ex-president, but less than the fifteen U. S. two cent stamps for one box Delegates.The .
,
? Mr. Morrell's statements he said that the :. year are what be hal FORD'S PRIZE PILL(which will be sent o Arkarsas democratic state
abundant might conven-
Money is everywhere delegate
of such would become ports. pronounced raid,duty free) to TEX FOS9 FILXi COKrAHf.WellizgtOa&t.TointO.&a. tion met
utterance nonesense Cleveland The at Little Rock, Tuesday and
and unusually cheap and complaints of men. remainder The person whose ,
i;' he should think, "damnable iter. twelve or fifteen who postmarked tnt will the the following state ticket was nominated
collections fewer than usual. Business are men enveop i b awae :
; ation'' after a time. The press in commercial failures occurring throughout the country will go to Chicago to vote for the most person sending,and the the last correct in order answerwilibe.. th For governor. William M. Fishback: at &___ 9 LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES k

t cities washe declared, ubsidized during last'week number, for the United available man-the man whose nomination -. an elegant Golf Watch. ,of fine workmanshipand torney general, K. H. Clarke; secretary .__,4____ For Ladle* and Cent eta

and spoke only the language the gold i State 153; Canada. 2T( ; total. 179. in their opinion means the most for pair of -genuine Diamond; to the Ear-RInRSi next la the last to a of state, P. S. Armistead; auditor, C. On Pneumatic Cushion and Solid styles Tires.

power, Which va itself-an "arrogant the south an 1 whose election seems the the teceind to the last a handsome Silk Dress B. Mills; commissioner of lands, C. E tWI1: I Li Y't Diamond' Frame, Steel Drop Forging Steel Ti

p moloch. The bill went over withou Commissioner of Agriculture. surest If that man is Mr. Cleveland, he Pattern, 16 yards in any color; to the third Meyers; commissioner of agriculture l' I I Tub.ne.Adjuitabl including Pedal Ball Bearing*to all running part, '
Suspension
to the last a Coin Sliver Watch and Saddle.
Si action.i'hehousebill. defining options in Judge John T. Henderson announceshis get nearly all the Alabama delegation other prizes in order of merit C"itntinz from many the J"hn D. Adams; superintendent of pub- wA1qI I_Strictly HIGH GRADE ia Every Partlfvl-

futures and, imposing special taxes candidacy for Commissioner of Agriculture but the delegates preferred "to "be last. WE ShALL GIVE AWAY lie instruction J. H. Shinn; treasurer, 'iX:7A: Fid 6 Ceflti1iitijiior otT Illustrated
.': dealers therein was laid b>- 100 VALUABLE PREMIUMS ( R N. Morrow aii. ;:; : e of IIiii 100-peg. 5.11
on for the state of Georgia.:; uninstructed. there be many in correct answers)sl ; associate justice supreme cM.t.1 ,Riles, kSTOivSfl, Sportlag Good', d&J

; fore the senate, and Mr.Vasli It will be remembered that Judge Homeopathic charge i s made for sending boxing and packing of pre court, W. E. Hemmingway. The con-. JOH N P. LOVELL ARMS CO.,Mfrs.,147 Washington St,BOSTON,MS
,burn moved its reference to the judiciary CnTnton The names of the vention
Henderson filled this position acceptably eiums leading pr winer took a recess after the Dominations
if The forty-fifth l published in connection with -
committee. It had been expected thai for foureen to November 1890 n te b avri were made
years up ; leading newspapers next until 8:30 p. m., at .
institute of Etn
p the reference of this bill would provoke and now complying with the urgent requests homeopathy opened at premiums.-l lie given to those who a which time delegates at large to the Chi '

; a somewhat bitter controversy but that of his friend, he has again: entered Washington Monday. The general report assist charged in(intrucmg our medicine.in Nothing, i c20 c'.v.".;.. '-.-rn .I"t" .
the any way they .
bureau of o
': expectation was not realized. After a the race and has become a candi. of organiztion registration absolutely given away to introduce and advertise A

.. short discussion it was referred to the date f. r the same position. and statistics there Ford Prize Pills, which are purely vegetable a Threatened Strike. WINSHIP MACHINE :

'. judiciary committee.. Conference reporton had been a. general annc in homeopathy act Bowels gently, dispelling yet promptly Headache on the, Lh'e Kidneys a, There I* likely to be trouble between :

the river and harbor bill was made by The Census Count. all along the lne during the year. cleansing the system thoroughly 'ever cr a the Lenign Valleyraliroad and its switch' CA. J

.. Mr. Frje, who stated that an agreement The census bureau on Thursday finished The rpr stated there a in the cnsiption Thry a an an- habta D On May 21st they cut wages and ,f\; F7 ALNTA. :. -
5 X. ; very small,easy to take,one pill a Cotton
j had been reached on all but two amendments its last count of the population the forty general and thirty- not,and are purely veetble Perfect digestion ru salaries betwen. five and six [ Gins and Cotton .PrtUp.PaeklBar .

-which were for a. boat railway country, according to the returns of the 'Die special hmep hopit at follows their u As to the reliability of our com per month: Grand Master Sweeney ,,.i 8

fem. aroun-1 the dalles of Colombia river and eleventh census. The population, including 81,994 pany or,w business yon house to any in leading wholesale All dr.g of the Switchmen's. Brotherhood 1m ', 'I 4 inches DOW.Packl.and 5 .Sel.Pak.., e, I-,

'f5i fora canal in the state of Washington, t> Alaska and the Indians on reser- year. The death rate was.8.81 per cent. be awarded strictly in Tort ore merit and with, held a conference to. try and reach an _,p ctul, Our Cotton Cm" with New Patent et.$ ;

1 ; connect the waters of Lake Washingqn! :vation!, is 62,979,766. These figures are -ItV'ualsos'howithtthereare in the pre satisfaction paid. When to the Pills are sent by &mlMbleaettiement.. The men say they Straightens the Fir'and Improves the smple'Revolvl.8 ,.

-c with those ofPuget'BOund..' After a Ion t;:. absolutely final, and not subject to'' United Stat fifty-five homeopathic dis puzzle,kindly mention which you answer-this'picture saw will we atto a faras possible. mnf the Market Price.. :Q-'

', the .senate 'insiSted on.it. thirty homeopathic iour-- ,.ItinAddYeSSTHE FORD lepr-y, -_ be reached I.el' -ALL TU&LATT ; .

> 'I'.!.. ducusatoa' a. change. I_ pe& _' '_' I BaotoaSL.Toreate, Can. CPANY means,*jtrikewfllwreljfoUow.CDoi bI tt -- Caine furnished: wit RavolvtnS IMROVE.Hed"whe":f;j- -

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