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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 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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zLBItTTLD.I.. "He did but for jruel!" she cried, and sank Into a fleepushioced '-- ,
BY MM. If.-K' I mave not;seen him.more" than two weeks. : chair. I I RING .TJT, YE BELLS. Carson, 'for it was "undoubtedly he, Had 1 you kin g in peace. If not, well come our course by the stars and reckiessly
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"Ah, is that so? Well, dmghter I Mr. Landry sprang to her assistance.She bells seized the chain, and 'was' dragging ittoward up an' 'em, an' give ye ,a plunging through half a dozen rapids,
What challbe don Wtb the inrpiaft*" rather suspect that did motioned him away. Ring out, ring out. ye merry the water. It efforts, I ther bargain." g and toward dawn we at the little!
not h tuc.i lnde
you want to
rete
It the qnetUon that tronbUi I And let the
tbenrhbwi cannon roar,
"This is of matter: she with deep-mouthei
no said
see him. a hamlet of Black
Dear brothers leave that to the sisters, and, letting go of it, gave a couple "Tat's modert rple Wyoming
We'll settle it for you, somehow.A She made no answer. Her heartbeat- shaking: voice. "It moves me, of course, :Each: patriot bosom swells, of loud shouts. : you demd. County.The .

fast, but she kept her secret. a.heir of such treatment of the South The glorious Fourth is here once more. "I think it is time to ] for will back the river inhabitants listened in wonder to
few of 111. maybe baTe sealskins. "I have ),. her sons. There-it is past; I will his eve, suggested you, you go up
not desired When
Some have dlunonds an I gown of stlk' to see our gentle. think no more of it. I will never mention night descends what joys are Mark) he evidently calling h and let u alone. We don't intend t b our tale and shook their heads slowly. *
men she i
,
know bow
Ton replied, Munle
necessary these thtnsi, ", they come The hissing rocket cleaves the skies. "
the hateful of that robbed if can help IL""Robbed "We said "to
We need cream-net any sklin-nillk wearing Confederae! gray." name man again. .. sons. we were lucky they ,
-luii "That's the talk, Isabel! Sti'k to that, "He was my friend," said Landry. "Yet Hark! hear the roman candles fizz, Dale was already some yards ahead, ?" growled out the voice escape s easily. Lute Carson was a
give us a chance "
tell you how you at can the da TreasuryIll my. daughter! Show yourself the spunkIest aiR conduct is to be detested. Behold the red and blue lights rise. and, 'without losing any time, we from below. "What did you felar try bad man, and even the sheriff, who had -

Have our uainei arranged ftlphtbeUooUr.. kind of a Southern woman. You'll She turned upon him like"nHigress. Now, whizz! z-z-zipl! bang, torpedoes crash paddled swiftly down steam. to do this mornin'f Did yer best half a dozen want for his arrest, had
Andgtve us a chance to the Bad as it is, sir, is it for you to blame fretted of
help And the
go through. cause gloriously. As for Saed- split ear night; "
him? What have done-what Carson continued 'to shout, and ter drownd little desire to meet him.
ley-I haven't you are you sti me. .
Now Samuel. &secret 111 tell you for seen him nor heard of him doing for tho cause ?" Fire-crackers jump, toy-pistols..fiasb, we we could hear a faint reply. "Be rejoined Mark. "Bet We our cruise on down,
Please bend low eta. some time; about the time contnue
your e'y lined, voaname. Mid of
To your ear, dear Uncle, bs it whispered, He ought to be all right; he's a native He shrank before her, grand as she exclamations delightNow Then, as he saw u moving swiftly cut te take warning, for I knoW you, Lute and in cour of time arrived home.

1 hat some of na haven't even breal. :Mississippian; but he'll have to come out. seemed in anger. t blaze the barrel smeared with tar. of reach, he ran into the hutand, bfd Carson., Lute Carson's shotgun rests on two
DETBOIT,Mich "
flat-footed, soon, ami explain himself. "My heart is" in it, faltered. "But Slow matches pass from hand to hand, we could see what he was Instantly a gun was fired, and we hook in the canoe house, and the sight

Shall I inquire about him? yon"Yes know I-think I know she And salve and sticking-plasters are rushed out again with a gun, and fired bea the shot spattering on the rocks brings vividly to mind our mc; -
bitterly in-
She hesitated a ain. At druggists' stores in great demand. at overhead. Mark hastily drew able first interview with that renewed
directly
terrupted. "You rich love
CAPTAINSEDLEY. "Yes, for are ; you your u.
: ]-To| be lure.yourself There's: -not a for boat me. Justin ea..e and. your pi asure. You would give The shot actually spattered about our rack. "Bandit the North Brnch' and the

from bo"I'll; go down and see if your money for this cause-but not yonrto'f. i HOW CELEBRATEU canoes, and setting our teeth firmly, we "I'm afraid Il have to fire," he said. terrific conflict i ou cannon
there ft Others are not too good to brave : had be- "I don't other unless crackers and
nny good news from liichmnml. i -- paddled a we never paddled see any way, played so prominent a part I
the
When she was alone she crushed the (are perils too good.of war Is for it the so?Confederacy" ; you A FOURTH OF JULY STORY. fore. Another bend was before us, and hold ani! I have it$ by Jave! Wher which resulted' in our celebrating; the

A Romance of the letter looked pas ionntel in her hin'l. She He was hard hit. His dark face flushed, just as we neared the turn Mark wheeled are those cannon crackers, Chle" Fourth of July on the Third.-The Ar-
at the
Civil street; no r n3 was at theinstant ,UST look out for
To be the the
his! whole frame trembled.. round in his canoe and leveled a pair of i sure, next was gosy.

War. her mother approaching was already; she looked "i.hin- She stood. before him. Her mood was Lute Carson, boys.You'll I field glasses up the river. He took a long:' Fourth of July, although in the excitement _-_ ... .

bed. The proud leanty nofnliie nsloep. !uj-on the lat her strangely altered; again she was soft and likely find survey and then picked up his paddle. of our encounter with the Carsons SELECT sIr f (S. ";.

S ter, smoothed. it out, rt ad i it-and. bars winning; he wondered how he could have c:- him campin' tome- "There are three of them now," he we had for the time being utterly for-

into tears."I heart thought was but a moment for before that her whars below here. said, slowly. "They have launched the gotten the fact. We had brought along A young Cincinnati (Ohio) ha
yearning Smedley.
BY MAJ. JAMES 11'. FITT3. : ne\"erwept for nny man before," s"ie "Why will von not go?" 'she asked. $ If him he the hails you' bid boat and are coming in pursuit.! two; packs of big firecrackers, with a been made CrY by drinking tea.I gr
time
ericd. "Shame upon you, Isabel Mont. Her voice thrilled him through."Do I1'9 "o day We bent to our paddles a view t celebrating the day, wherever I, The Hotel of the Three Kings at BtsTe,
ford!-why do you \ven for him? He you ask it?" he replied. 4"4 and pass on. word. 'Our canoes were light runners, we might chance to be. Here wa' Switzerland.year X
CHAPTER has not auswered ;your call he dco not "1 ask it of of I .w1"AndwhoisLute "' i .
IX. ; you every Southern-born ,% and we stood a good chance of opportunity to kill two birds with one 1026 :u? .: -'
AS ONE IN love you well enough to make any sacri- 111 an." I Carson?"said Mark, eapin.
CHAINS.are at Vicks- fice for you. And.yet- 'et-" "But of me, now?" lii :: dropping the paddle But as we rounded the we en- stone. The value of the precious metal in
The remainder v .countered an obstacle that doomed tocertain I dove down into canoe, and soon
at the of her thought my
burg, enaV was! un- Yes-of vou. he had u I Europe at the time of the discovery ot
t 4
of May, 1861. spoken. Her face showed tl.at !she wag Her words, her manner emboldenedhim. and picked capture. dragged up the two bundles of crack I the world was only $167,000,000.Gustave .
The place which tormented by the thought. t: up, balancing .A stiff breeze blew up the river, and neW

was'in the n'arsto Her feelings were too deep to be re "What reward shall fhave ct 1 I himself on the side I the rolling waves instantly checked our ers.They were of the very largest size, big Dose, who never SSW the .Niagara

; come to nil so strained. Soliloquy was a relief: if not n "Tho reward that always goes with duty j of his canoe. i. We knew it was useless to red fellows, and thick as one's wrist. Falls, put upon canvas one of the
in gratification to her.. well done. d : Our friend progress. of them '
a ever ex-
arge space Perhaps promotion, fame; ; the grandest paintings f
think of in the teeth of Mark tore them
the nnnals of the "Oh, why, why," .be exclaimed, dop: who know o_" it farmer wiped his man speed open. .
war had so far log her hands, *can I not win him to this He dared to tko her hand. "Yen do such a gale. "I'll bet they will do the -work,": he cute
:known: of the cause? He could be alirost am thing:: lie not offer enough" he cried. ., r perspiring brow Mark scanned the shores closely; on whispered excitedly. "Lie flat on the In a test of the capacity of ty pewritingmachines !

,' contest oaly by chcse in it. He has ability, experience, "tlo to the held" she said. "Do not l'I' and hid his jovial both sides were the mountains. rock and i they fire off fifty shots recently made in St. Paul,

report. The courage. I must conquer us' scruples.! come back to me till the independence. of .' features behind a "No landing place anywhere. Stop I II they hit u. I'm going to mako it Vlinn., a speed of 200 words a minute.

great river still She glanced down tho street nUll a\\ a the South is secured. Then-" Ii [L mask of gravity. have it," he cried. "You see that hot for them. was achieved and officially attested.
ran -u vexed to the seaN; man approaching. He was young, not She averted her face. ii "Now that's .
.s' there were no fortifications more Jhan her own age, tall anti erect; "And then?" he repeated, seizing her I mor'n I tell ledge of rocks over theret Paddle your He crept the edg again, holding A redbird died at the advanced. ago

from :Memphis to the Gulf. his face was refined and expressive, setoff other bund. he "lIe' reckless can best for it," and as we shot acro the the one pock and a bx .oKraakches I in of twenty-three years in Zinesville,

New Orleans was still under by a long, drooping mustache, a Her stnivgle was not yet over. TherewR rephed. a good fornothin' water he explained his idea. It's our h hand. Soon bean! the boat Ohio, the other dSIIt had become

Confederate control, nnd bright, large eye, end a complexion dark a moment's silence and her whisper kind of a chap, with two harum only chance. We must get our canoesto scraping on the rocks, and then so feeble tht it 'could not mount its
steam-traffic passed and enough to denote the Creole. He \rn* CIIUle.I scar um sons as big as he is, an' thereare Can
'. up II the top of that cliff before they get said, harshly: perch in it cage, but it sang until a
down as usual. In fact the fashionably dressed! and carried a light I will not say :you na.1.- some as say he wouldn't stop at no near enough to the bend to see I "I'm comin' up there now, an' ifthar's
in his baud.Ho rear ago.
time was so near the begin- cano I lie rapturously kissed her hands. "God crime ter git what he wanted. 'Bout u. '
came the steps, raising his hat be think we can find a hiding place up any monkeyi' with firearms,not A method of street
ning of hostilities that the Union armies up praised!' for this hour! he cried. "I ten he served a term for mot sngul
had made but a feeble effort to seize the as he approached. The manner and l never thought to dare it. 0, my queen, years ago an' since that highway there, and it's the last place they will one of you'l see daylight ag'in. Jake," adopted in Canton,

great water-way, and the occasion had aspect of Isabel Montford were now jsli uiy hope-for you I will endure all!" I I robbery, he's beenlivin' look for u." he his son, "if they pull on China Thus there is a street called

not:yet come for the Confederates to defend changed. She came forward with Lolls, She turned her face; it waR as marble. [ away back at Redfield's Clearin', Mark's plan impossible of accomplishment me, shoot ter kill. Rectitude a Para Pearl

it.The hands extended; she. greeted him with His eyes looked imploringly her; she among the mountains. How he'lives, I seeme granite wall rose An interval of perfect calm followed, Unblemhe of Benevolence; and
hot lun of that latitude at that bewitching smile.s."You sfoopod and lightly pressed her lips to his ,, don't know, but this time of the year he strt, .tret '
to a height of feet and during which in spite of deadly fear
season shone down one afternoon on n are' wayward. stranger, :Mr.Landry foiehead."Farewell. : generally comes down to the river an' abruptly twenty my 'another of Love.
," she said. "I-have not seen for he beyond it, dense with pines and under- I crawled nearer the brink, which had a
great fleet of river steamers at the landing von a season, said. "To fur month The cocoloba wood or seaside ,
on others puffing up and down the for two whole days. You promised to morrow I shall join General Polk at .. camps a or so in a shanty at growth, towered the mountain.Our slight upward ascent. Mark suddenly of Florida is grape
the mouth of )!ont Creek. "lie a product becoming popular -
broad stream, and on the fair city rising keep me well rosted about the war-news, Memphis." ngo canoes the shore, and turned.
from the water up the heights two hun I have depended. upon you. Now tell mo He went out from her presence as one ketches fish, I believe" an.' sells 'em Mark leaped bump "Look sharp now," he and for knife hdle the pink an violent

dred and fifty feet above, its streets well all about it. What are our people doing in chains. -x down, at Laceyville" I don't s'pose he'l "Quick now!1" he cried. "Get to he rubbing.a match he whipr;big tint of wo added t .great
shaded with ornamental tiees. Under ; what will they do, at once?" [TO BB COXTIXUKP.l molest you, though. Goin" are ye1 01 harne making very desirable fe
A flush of top of the cliff and let down that rope cracker close to the head and dropped
gratification to his i
the wide veranda of a large brick man- came Waal next special
good by. Stop
year you "
oheek. "Ditto." i of yours, Dale. over the pup
sion overlooking the river a family group this ledg.
set enjoying the shade and the prospectof "Pardon me, then Miss Mcntford," be There were three or four unoccupied come way.t. We clambered up a little to the rightof A fearul followed instantly, a The Chin mae g account of

city and stream below them. An said, "that I bare not dared to come seats ia the car, but he stood for a "We sprang into our canoes, waved a the ledge, and by the aid of the deafening explosion that t shake his bed, which indeed

elderly lady: pale, emaciated'and evidently each day., Gladly will I do so, if you moment, grip in hand, near the door farewel.to the friendly farmer on whose bushes reached the top safely. The he mountain, and seeme fearfully up scarcely rising from the floor-but is
eoe
an invalid reclined in a wheel permit."Provided. we camped the previous night, and rop and down the river : of often carved exquisitely of ; but It
it in streak
antI then walked to a seat in which a was a long one, cutting a : wo
chair. Opposite her was a corpulent only that you bring ire good > and paddled swiftly down the river in hal never occurs him to-make any softer t
bald-headed man of sixty, dressed in news," she rejoined. "And providedbut young lady sat alone and sat down beside the bracing air of the beautiful July we made a running noose in each piece, lame split the darkness, sparks and than the rush t mats will render it.
faultless broadcloth, with ruffled shirt- that we will talk of further on. Tell her with an impudence that aston as Mark directed, and dropped them burning of paper flared up everywhere -

front and wristlets, gold-bowed glasses me your glad tidings, first. ished all"otlier passengers. The girl morning. down to him. Springing into the water and then, while sti the bills At Greencastle, Ind., there r two

astride his nose, reading a copy of the "There is really little that is new," he looked up at him and around the car, With mv companions, Mark Mayne waist deep, he slipped a noose under echoed, there came a heavy splash and a maple trees, growing about fifteen feet

daily paper. His general air and appearance replied. "In Virginia, our people are and evidently realized the situation, and Jim Dale, I was making a canoe each end of my canoe, and then, with a cry of agony. apart. At the high fifty feet one of.

were those of the comfortable threatening Washington; the Federals for she took pencil and tablet from her cruise down the Susquchanna. We were tremendous effort, we hauled it up. ''I'm killed! I'm killed I the makes a growing sol-

dinner citizen, and complacency a fine repression and satisfaction of after- arc but reported they mike as no concentrating move. Nearer nt home Cairo,, i' reticule and made ready for him. After approaching the border of Bradford I was a heavy load, but we broughtit man I Shoot, Jake, shoot, do you Imadead idly into the other, s that their identity

lurked about the fat corners of his our General Polk is assembling a huge about five minutes the man turnedto County, after two weeks of intermittent up safely, and dragged it back under "Bang!I" Jako blazed into the da k- above that point i.entirely lost.Kaeidcope .

mouth.A force at Memphis. Everything, it seems ( her aud observed: paddling from Otsego Lake, and this the pines. Dale's canoe came next, and ness, and the charge of buckshot hissed is from the Greek kalos,

third person finished the group. We to me, goes on well. The war must be ''Beg pardon if I am mistaken, butdon't was the first warning we had received'orperi then Mark put the ropes on his own and about our ears, and elicited a howl; of beautiful, eidos, form and skopein, to
"
need not describe her; that has already brief; there may be a few sharp collisions you live at Utica? ahead. from Dale.
hurried up to help us. right look and the word mean,
been done. Could Graham Brandon -and. we shall win. She looked in furtive several hours .entelelb
up a way and paddled along and
We had barely dragged it over the Jake mistook this for a cry of pain, to look forms. The
) ave looked upon her at that moment he "Oh, that I were a man! Isabel Mont then wrote en the tablet and handed: then the river narrowed ancl.we could upon
,
must have owned that his friend's description ford cried, with flashing eye, extending him: hear distance below the edge and pulled it back into the shadow and uttered a triumphant shout, but a len mirrors and broken bits of glass

of Isabel Montford was not her shapely bare arm in n'gesture. "I "I am deaf and dumb." some u roar of when we.her the sharp click of oars, second cracker directed by Mark's unerr- making thi wonderful toy have been

overdrawn. would not miss that strife for our glorious "Ah! the rapids. As we came near we saw and, peeping through the trees, we lug hand blew up fearfully close to h .
Deuced
By George wellt
She cause, short ns the struggle will be. pretty that the channel ran close to the shore.
not beautiful without
she
lead and. the
was only ; was saw Carson and his two boys rowing breaking
to have such misfortune. Well' A in Mason named John1son
In the to when girl a The river made bend man Valley
stately, splendid, captivating. Her dark years come, our great a and a rocky
round the bend. tion he the tune to
In changed
swiftly great suspense a perfect
hair and brunette face contrasted well Southern Empire shall extend also over I'm left, after all my smartness. Saw! promontory jutted out into the water. had h eye put ,out byi,, swallow
with her simple summer (costume and Mexico, with New Orleans for its proud her at the window before I got on, and We swept into the lapids, Mark takingthe we watched them shoot past the shriek of terror and fell backward. Ten a few day He .was entrngthobarn

just now, varying emotions of anxiety capital, I would shame to have it said carried out the plan to a dot. Deaf lead and the foaming cliff and pull on down the river. we her Carson clambering out te door g. the bir was flying ,

of enthusiasm for the Southern cause, of that. I was a grown man, and had no part and dumb, eh? First one I ever plunged through An hour later they came slowly back, the boat. and it came in his eye. The

hope and fear, alternatelyswayed that expressive in the fray that made that nation! struck, !1" spray and the half concealed knobsof .: Carson and one son moving the boat "The gun! quick!1" he cried with a bill the bill! and ,will lose
pierced
countenance.She He stood. there and admired her, lIe nodded his head to her to signify stone. We passed in safety throughthe I close along the mountain, while the earful oath. he of his ,
held her mother's hand; she Abashed and humiliated by her words.! worst part,and as we rounded the u eye.
that he understood, and he would have other boy traveled the opposite shore, Jake made no response.
looked feeling their keen sting in nerve, A freak of nature occurred at
the
at invalid. every
affectionately of rocks at terrific
point a speed, and the recently
striving to his vexation=still he bcfQ glad to change seats if he could vainly searching for our hiding place. "Do you hear me?
Dear mother she asked repress Jake-Dm" the ranch of E. Given
tenderly glided swiftly into the smoother reach of ; near
does 'not this mild air and bright sun had to admire her. He had seen nothingon have done po without loss of dignity. We hardly drew breath as the boat old man howled. Marp
make you feel better the dramatic stage like her presence, AH the train thundered on he perusedthe water, beyond, we saw before us, submerged passed directly beneath us. Then the "It's in the cried Billsullenly. Cal. One of his work mares
her outburst of that contents of of to his waist in the very centre of river. to twin one a hone colt and the
passionate moment.She
"I don't know Belle, was the languid a couple newspapers, sound grew fainter, and soon the craft "Jake let it he fell over.
reply. "I am very weak. I think that if saw his embarrassment; i. a yawned awhile, and then bought and the channel, a man intently. engaged in vanished round the bend.I "In the river?" cried old Carson. other a mule colt, something that has

my mind were at ease I should feel better breath she was mild and gentle. "Cocae finished a novel, and finally after s fishing. wanted to start at once but Mark "The blamed fool. Give me knife never before been known t happen. The .
I your ,
in in, she said. "I have something to former is the latter died.
body. say living but
ride of four mortal hours the whistle ,
The dark, I to '"ou. We shouted with all our might, but would not hear of it. Bill, and I swar Il go up thar an' slit ,
mother! daughter's she said, how can eyes you lit.doubtour 0 He fellowed her into the luxurious par blew, and he reached for his grip with the roar of the rapids drowned our "No," he said, "we must wait till ther throats." Mackerel a taken i net and by

cause? How can you fear that the .. lors. His head was filled with a speciesof the remark: voices, and the man continued to'* toss dark. Carson i doubtless on the lookout "Will you though, I her Mark hok. Tho most of are caught
South will not succeed?" intoxication at hen,flattering,: recep- "I'll be hanged if I ain't glad this his lines, unconscious of his peril. Mark. for us." mutter to and then net"hicn are taken around a school

-I hope for it, Belle-that you know. tion. .Never had h6 met with such stupid ride" has come to an end at last. made a desperate effort to turn asidebutthe Toward sundown the wind fell and off the fue himel joined the touche of and gathered in. When the nYa

But you can't judge of what IS likely to encouragement from her; his heart "Ditto, quietly replied the girl, as fierce current baffled his the and blnc are scattered they are taken by hook an
the river grew calm a mirror. We pack, guided by burning
bounded with attempt
come, as I can. I was Bent North to be hope. she turned on him. a food fl'sbandis
inc. This fish wholly a
educated; I was for two years before She placed him on the sofa, and seated "You-you-gasped, as he stood and he strucK.the unfortunate fisherman ate a hastily prepared cold supper, and scraps that rested on the boat, he tol f
marriage at a ladies' academy in New my herself beside him. Without a tremor there looking down upon her with broadside, and before he could find timeto when the twilight made the opposite the buncH directly into their midst.Bang salted in large quantities for hom'and

York. I learned something of the she turned her glorious eyes upon him, twelve kinds of emotion gall p J1g over cry out the latter went head foremost mountain only a blurred dark mass, we bing-bing! bang! bang!- export. \

strength of the North and its resources. and questioned him. his countenance. into the liver, while Mark glided grace prepared to resume our voyage. bang-bing! bang-bang. lake a cannonade Carp are known t be hard to kill, but

I I remember have heard your fatherread the papers; South"I am," elfe a daughter said. "It of Mississippi is for such ,as of I the to "Good-by," she said, and he backedout fully over him. We were just going to lower the first the crackers exploded in thun- one sent to Pendleton from Portland
Lincoln's
the of the Northern proclamation Governors., and see that our young men are not wanting and dropped to the platform like a I uttered a cry of horror, and then, to I canoe, and Mark was looking down over derous succession, and loud above the Oregon, the other day bet the record.

The response whole country seems to be aroused! at this crisis in their duty. I have man retreating from a mule's hind make matters worse, just a the poor i the brink, when he suddenly sprang din rose angry,. cries and execrations. It had traveled all the way from Portland

All are taking sides. fear I may not urged them to do their part; Rome of legs.-New York Sun. fellow struggled to the surface and got back. Carson dove from the bow of the bt, on ice, ani there were bruises on its

live to see tho end of the struggle. them I am doubtful abont. I want to his head and shoulders out of water, I "Great ScoUt Dale!I"he cried. "You Bill plunged headlong from the head,showing that an attempt had been

,Mr. Montford laid down his paper. ask YOU. What do you hear of Mr. Smed- banged into him sideways and down he have left your paddle standing up against and Jake after falnJ stupidly into the made there to take its life, but when it

"Why, madam." he pompously said, ley1'She KANSAS DEMOCRATS went again, vainly trying to obtain a the !" blaze, danced the sides with an was opened*the 'Jffesh fish'was foundto
10U are very much mistaken. The South might have been an actress had foothold the clf that remarkable.For be around though accustomed -
II on slippery stones. looked down; "So I did, he agility was truly moving a
already victorious circumstances favored she
practically the was
acting apart
of her sons has been; demonstrated superiority -- then. She kept her; composure. Seriously Considering: a Fusion Wltk Dale followed close behind, and justas replied. "It's I wonder they didn't se: a short interval all was quiet, and to inch trifles. *""

in Virginia, so it will be every "Smedley?"he questioned back. Why- the People's Party. we all floated into the stilldeep water it." the burning fragments lit up the night The buttre of ."Trajan's Bridge,"

where; the Unionists can not prevail ho has gone North., The question of paramount importanceto below, the man came to the surface and "See it?" Mark echoed, angrily. "Of with a weird, ghastly lgh and began which are to be seen on the Danube,

gsinst her." She started, she trembled. Her sudden the democrats of Kansas and which waded blindly to the shore, choking and course they saw it;. How could they i to ignite the the boat. are the remains of what was, in some re.

The invalid sat with closed eyes. emotion did not escape him." confronts the democratic state conven- spiting up the water that he had swal help it? We'r in a fix now "I'll beta I Then an arm grasped the chain and the the most remarkable structureever
There will be battles "You mast be mistaken she said with set
and much ,
fought, tion which met at Topeka lowed. dollar have been all afternoon boat shot out from s The flames
bloodshed," she said. an effort. "What could Charles Smedley Wednesdaywas they watching or. by man. It was not a mere
"0, very likely; enough to give our,gallant : be doing at the North, among our enemies "Shall we fuse with the people's He reached the bank and danced about for u to come down. NoW vanished and dark figures climbed into floating bridge of large hosts and massive

people an opportunity to win rnurelsIB at such a time as this?" party!" AresolutiSn was unanimously for an instant, shaking his dripping here it's dark, and ten to one they are the craft. timbers, but was a permanent structure -

the field. But the end IB not doubtful; "That in the place for such as he, adopted denouncing the employment of clothes and gasping for breath. He wasa planning to attack u. All throughyour "Yure lives ain't worth a cent. Carson -. on'piers 15U feet high and

.it mast come within the year. We fortunate Miss Montford." Pinkerton detective by capitalists as a big, burly looking fellow, with a carelessness, toe. hissed at us. "You'll an sixty'ere wide, comprising twenty

people here on the river will be "For such as he? I do not understand" heinous crime for the purpose of destroyipg heavy black beard. We hesitated for a Dale attempted to explain, but Markno hour ter say your prayers,".and with h! arches, extending altogether 4470 Roman
merely spectators-the course of the war ,'ou. Please explain yourself. organized labor, and expressing farewell the moved off
moment not knowing what to do, for longer paid any attenticn to him. He gentle bt i feet.
can not reach ns; the Mississippi belongsof "The explanation is easy. Captain sympathy with the widows and, orphans the creak of the fainter and _ _
the mad mad. aVMMai V
right to the South; we always shall medley is recreant to our cause. For who fell man was certainly very was listening intenty. oa grew V
in the
those riot
of
at Home-
keep undisputed possession of it. As that reason he has left us." Then Mark called out: Suddenly and held up his fainter. When Stoppers Stick. .

the fall advances there may be R great She sprang up; she stamped hir foot stead, in defense of what they believedto "I beg your pardon; we really could hand "Unless we get out of this at once,"
J cloth wet in hot water sometimes
be the of"American A
battle in Tennessee, possibly another In with excitement. Her eyes MIned; her rights laborers. not help it, you know. I was an acci- "Hush! Not sound," he said, softly."I said Mark, solemnly, "we are lost. Carson *.
The endorses the work of the sufficient but if fails 'remember
Virginia
then will platform ,
; take ;
Beauregard
possession cheek glowed. dent." hear a boat coming, but it's still thinks we won't dare t leave herein t
of Washington and Johnston of U I will not believeit Chicago convention; declared prohibi- I that the principle expand the neck
"I do not believe ; the dark but change his mind
But the still continued his wild i distance the river. Pull that be'lsoon
Clucinnati/aiid dictate terms of peace. !" she cried. "He has been slandered; tion to be a fraud and failure, and deals man I some uu of the bottle by heat and not the i
Mark my words-by the 4th of July, aye he never would betray his own people with many stale issues. The fusion question dance; and then recovering all at once canoe back again and get ready for an when he comes back with ,another gun With hot water the latter is Itopp.

ar from" now, all this will be accomplished. and their cause in such a way. He Ins: came up on a motion to endorse the the use of his voice, he began to swear attack." Grab the canoes quick, now; we daen't with the neck, and thus the de. .

been reluctant to take up arms. Others electoral ticket nominated by the people'sparty. fearfully: ,i There were but few preparations to b lose a minute. We must work in the equally is not ,holding .'

bu The head speaker rose, waved the paper over have faltered, too." And Stephen Lan- The motion WitS debated at great! I "You young wretches!1" he cried. made though, for Mark's rifle and a dark, for it won't do, to strike a light." li neck of prNuce. By half

and down the in his veranda warmth with, and a magnificent walked up dry felt. "But her eyes he will looking straight true." throughhim. length and1 as finally adepted. An- "I'll skin you alive. I'll break every volver of mine constituted our whole For the next ten mnute we worked inch above the flame btte a lamp aout candle an,
prove otbe motion endorse the state tic'tct bone in bodies. learn arsenal. as we bad never our lives.Oae 01
The j you- worke
.tfr. invalid sighed deeply. "Pardon me, Miss Montford; you are ; iy your Il however in.,a few seconds tho
., Tate me in, Belle," she said. "I must. sadly mistaken in him. I have known produced another debate j 1 Just here a fit of coughing shut him Mark stretched hmsl on the edge of after another we lower or rather obstinate cork will generally come cot out.

,ue down. him well and observed his silence when off, and, seizing a couple of big stones, the cliff and u back. Tenminutes .drooped the heavy canoe to ihe must be taken to turn the bottle
e daughter rose and wheeled in the others pledged themselves to the cause.I COTTON STATISTICS. he made for on a run. passed in silence. Then 'we. water, Mark standing blow and casting Car
u allow
and the flame
uLRr.In_ a few minutes she r.turned.ather. saw him take the steamer for Memphis.He We our paddles and struck twice repeated a sound, i loose the ropes. Then climb dqwn rapidly _not t touch

a Ullltio1,.'"she said, "I want to ask you bade me farewell, saying that he was As Given by the Department of Agri out for grabbed the middle of the river. hear faint creakicg of oar hrh, over the rk.ad in frntc hste took the glass as it might crack it. When
tho is
going to leave Vicksburg forever and lke glass thoroughly a steady
culture. hat
>>
Proceed dauhter"the As soon as the man sw'tt we were could feel the cold perspiration our seats gbb up our pdle
that he hoped I would not reproach him pull and twist will alwajbringont
"II Tho July returns to the statistician of he and starting forehead the next five "Just a said
jW twenty-third of May? for faithlessness to our cause. I tried to out of reach changed on my a the atopper.-New York Pr
-It at Washington, make the We could not in stooping clear under water be was'al! ,
make him explain himself, but he was agricuture ran back up stream. imagine minutes passed oppressive stlne. ,
.. She tuned away 'from him an instant, wild in his appearance and .manner and. average conditition of cotton 89.9. The what ho was about at first, and Dale had crept back behind sheltr ready wet all over-he rose, hld* in .
.d nauinfrd the postmark of a letter "disturbed. He turned sad 85.9. The by hand Carson's A Teaerable Peds.g ?.
hat much : away June report was averages then the startling truth flashed upon us. of his canoe. I was wishing most earnestly one- missing gun.He
r $ she took from her pocket. It was would not talk with me. It was in.this states! are': Virginia 8:), Georgia 88, "That's Lute Carson said Date, that would happen to palled himself into his canoe, siidoffweshotinthedarknesa. Schoolmaster Jo Frdch'shu1
t ddrlisea to herself, and bore the-Vick%- way that I parted with him. He has not Mississippi 85 Arkansas 77, North Car- something has
UlJ postmark of May. heard "and there is the shanty he lives in, put an end to this terrible suspense, just
here from '
been '
.I believe," she said, that our young fax since as I can learn.seen I cannot or doubt that so olina 91, Florida,' 88, Louisana 84, Ten- and he pointed to a rude cabin that was when Mark suddenly cried out, in a As the current swept us down,'a,shbut many, the seventieth anniversary of hiswedding

men here have very generally volunteered he is at the North this moment." nes:,ee 87, outh Carolina 94, Alabama built close under the cliff, ami had en- clear, ringing voice *' rang oat from shore, and,*, responsivehail day. Jobinn i nIiiety.'twyrs

lor the Confederate army." "When did this happen", 90, Texas 87. tirely escaped our notice. "I will shoot the first man that tries.to came from fa op'the river..' :r. old aad his! ,wife ninety-one..

Yes She ; to a gratifying extent." He reflected a moment and answered: For the purpose of comparison the returns : I .down here is the mouth of < climb this cliff," and .instantly came. "Taat was clow share,I l Vr I Toe happy couple h the'good fortune A
begtat General.Tcrnge88.C
!. 8th of this month. of July, 1891, are given., .n
"It the
was have landed one to see around them participating the
his rifle "They
,. "Do know if Charles Montongo Creek, added Mark. sharp click he mut t fe. ,
you Smedley hut The 8th day'of May! She rememberedthat .. ; state averages: Virginia 1 a coke ..
above to watch until G.of the1f1iI1.
:3i.Eone eo?- look what he's 17 For minute not a was heard lows up 1e.d.1D 1
- ... her own letter was sent the previous 8i, Florida, Louisiana 90, ..Tennessee!! "My gracious, doing I Bund the '
., 4\, Smedley-yes, the son of my late da,'. jJ3 North Carolina 80, Alabama 87, cried Dale, suddenly.We and then a gruff voice repne back. Won't old. Canon b md, drenwenty-siz; grandchildre'nVfourteen *nif '

iefldtbe) large cottonplanter.Vhydo She tried no l longer to restrain her Texas 95, Georgia 85! Mississippi! 91, now Observed for the first time'a "If you fellars up al though |t f gretrandchildzea-Londoaj'. ':
oot "
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WI\8.acallet'm.IDI of .Ceotral concerned js'."a stupen-.. '- -

rfUanc!)teM) >Fednwdayi.igbf' County the'democratic air of -
j r 1 DEALER IN- ,
!: --- I PreRidtnt.-aUrUn! was in *attendance is so pure that no bolter .. ;

& *tej.lbat:iw hd':wpeiVed omeiterataire) lire (poUt.cally). I IJ7W'Ht

wwch lus after AoitMiUatioc 'with what I sa'd last week GENERAL MERCHANDISE

members t>f the order; bad decided to 1: -look' well before

__ before the meeting for,action. The.literat ; of the boilers, look at .

tkt -AtE 11 Cobgrr1a iii COnsisted in a uwnjfesto signed by state sod national. Dr. o DRY GOODS, O
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: 3t7Ziia.'Jatf. &d P. Ba kin, .nd A.-W, Weeks ationai EconctnisN--lLer} 4

officials, of.the.state. alliance, which : the first alliance de MOTIONS, .t-t

fonh! their grievances endorses a platf thousand dollars ? .

TOE. -TICKET.: that pkces its adherents in line with communism Texas state exchange BOOTS

For GrOTernor besides uhleh the ranU'St republicanism : by special com MullPOWDER
T :
;" URY L.,MITCHELL, I is more expectable and Judge Cessna was an SHOES and p

preferable. 4pd conluine a call for a convention infamous rascal Oswald
:
ip For Juftfce Supreme CourUa : 'to be beiii id Jacksonville on ; bean innocent man but -

w ( TOfJfKJK TAYLOR. 20th. to be acted upon as, those ; bad company; in fact GROCERIES.Starke .

For{secretary of State: deemed WCt'1ry. The call is ad friends will lake a good Absolutely Pure. A (

I .. 'JOHN L. CRAWFORD. to all lalcr and industrial 1 i leaders of tbi? mover V Fla.

: .. "Fpr AUfirnrlGca.eralt. of the state. It received thorough discussion that the are all men all A in cream leavening of tarter strength bating powder.Lattst U.Higaaat S Govern of ozcti

r '. WILLILILj4)J4U. and received unanimous condemnation of their ingenuity tent Food feport.BOTAL Sheriff's Sale.

,' the prevailing Idea being that face and that the horuy BAKIM POWDFB Co., 108 Wall St., N.T. and by virtue of an execution dated <
'' For UNDER court
CompttoliertD. 21), 1892 issued out of toe circuit
;' ,I .WJLJ44M straight democracy was fitted to they toll is swung to I. O. O. F.Regular 4th judicial circuit in and for the county of Brad- WN\Wlp
.. BLOXHAM.r meeting every Tuesday ford. In a certain cause therein pending wherein
W present. A committee wwi appointed shoulder. night in their hall. Tran- George Mahon was plaintiff and Chartea Ehlers
: '; .'. 'Vor Treasurer: draft resolutions condemning the call the leader in Ibis coun- sient brothers cordially. was defendaaM hare levied upon and will sell
kT ct3.8EWUE n. COLLiNS invited J. O.HA YSES. in front of the court house door in the town of
bi : protcsliug against Us purposes which and under other cir N.Q Starke,in sakI county of Bradford.to the highest
,' YPI' Superintendent I'ub'ic Instruction its action next like to see him suc- F.J. FIELDS,Sec. bidder for cash. on _,
$ report Wednesday night.In The First Monday August. A.D. ,
,.? W. N. SIIEA.TS. the meantime the sub-alliancas of shame to spoil EO good Bradford Lodge, No 42, Ffc A. M.A Ou same being the first Monday of Mid month rqI
I Meet Thursday night before the third. .. Juring the legal hours of sale on that day.all the
: : -, For Commissioner of Agriculture: county arc requested to take similar him to the front in Sunday in each month. right, tiUe and interest of the said Charles Eh-
i WM. F. MALPHUES: WJI. lers in and to the following lands situated in the
in such a hopeless case
: LUCIUS B. WOMBWELL. tion against the manifesto of Raskin J. E. WADCBIOHT Sec. county of Bradford and state of Florida described -

Weeks which tends to oppose: disorganize as follows: The north half of tha southeast
Presidential Electors; COMERL.PEEKAT1OUNEYAT.LtW quarter,and the southeast quarter of the north-
T. M. SHACKELFORD. and disrupt the only white but let us begin at and NOTABK east quarter of section 15, township six south,of .

: B. R BLACK WELL, party of the south through and by somebody (no name to -and- range follows twenty: beginning east;at and the a northeast dared described comer of the as rJ'lJe HODGES'

4 A. MAXWELL alone can be.expected a government a teachers' institute Fire Insurance, section southeast fifteen quarter township of the southeast south range quarter twenty of WWitkovsM 1

K \V. N.TIIOtPSON.. the people, by the people ad of the August saw, here is Represents LIVERPOOL LONDON GLOBE east, thence south two hundred and lanyard*,
reform. Our state and PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH thence west one hundred and forty yards.thence
Ip pie, i. e. the democratic -J and HARTFORD Fire InsuranceCompanies.
party. SECURITY, east
thence
hundred and ten yards
north two
STARKE
There are four presidential candidates Recorder levy a tax for school Choice lots of Land in town and one hundred and forty yards, containing six Building, FLA. .
schools and colleges county for sale. Terms cash. pointed out by :
In the field this that ouglit to be acres. Property
year; -
free. Then why STARKE FLORIDA. plaintiff's attorney. P.S.CRKWS.
enough lo suit any body. hard-earned lax jnelStf_ Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida.
demand
The third will a money .
i *i.* The currency, safe party and sound to be ; : iD6 Jtu es. If a young -- July 1.1892. By E. E. JOHNS Dep.Sheriff TRUBY STERNBUR6 &
state campaign will open by Judge himself for any of the goI
jtlthkItn1 OtIpesviflc op >August 3d. ed direct to the people, without the l the law. medic- STARKE DRUG COMP'Y, Electionotice.. ,

banking corporation* --*%'t4r"not his own then
; expenses
under the
at iLe S&JnC I t1 Dgfcs- WHERE 4S. The IfgWature of 18J1.
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ceeding ? per cent.'' This d teacher do the same? constitution of l*fl).of the state ol Florida.! '
ional convention. good salary for their work pass a joint resolution proposing an amendment
0 the party asks to have nvade under to thecon-titution of thest-itc of F rida.
of
tax-
General Wearer, the presidential can- sub treasury plan or some better majority to Ibis expenditure our of fifths And of the the same nien.l'\a1!Itj-i't"t'ti tIfUc'l!to t.tiv) -atS a vnte!Itou'e of three-;that Wholesale and Retail Dealers i in *tXlq

eidatc of the people's party j s the author The details of the *'some better And while on this subject the vote on said jouit resclt.tiut wi. entered upon

i of the) famous twelfth plank iu.the &t. are of course to bg Determined i by our school patrons .are I nays their thereon respective, and they journals did ietei with mine the and yeas din.ctthat anti

Louis platform. or what is commonly lation. That is to the employment of tI-L the said joint resolution uh.uitted to the
very easy sayarranthe other counties for Merchandise
our electorsuf rbestatct the-p eral t election to he General i
. called the pension plank, det&ils by legislation-but doing it we have plenty of good. held in each tt-nntv in ".'..!V. ,
'm"l'et"l.liulr the first Mo- day i iOctt.lr. in
On Tuesday next
: quite another thing. Ever since the hope thai Biiperinleodeul IS*,

Each district in the county should getup ers' aili&qce'branched off into politics of public. instruction ., the sa'd Tn( d.ir b in the 4th lieyofthesau _I PDOTLAJ
i; a Cleveland: aud Mitchell club. Whoop have boys and girls a show- -- -- ---- -' October. Th s-iJ joint resolution: reaiis as follows -I STFE
brainiest men in the order :
up the cause in your several districts cull c year.M. Starker FJa., ARTICLE and Fancy f. .
-
S working on the sub-treasury plan C. L. Sect'on 2 of Article X of wn'stitution i is I Staple :
; out the bolters; and brand them so all may to make an acceptable and hereby amended sons 10 r,-.<1 abfuilowIhe I
I know who they ate. qrer'1i Ifceport. DEALERS IN exemption pro\M torin eti.>I. 1 of .\'\rtif'k. I Any conceivable article. .
measure of it, but after years of labor of the constitution t'f Fk.rn.fll! 1li jnin to thc
'I of County Commissioners of widow and l iJei-o*n-lat ts ot the JM:ty t-utitlttl; to I
Three of those selected jit the Lake are pompelled U") admit that it is not \ Florida: The undersigned, such exemption Ibo r.'Uowm i'n>jx)rtt':n. v factory even to themselves, when DRUGS One-half tnert-of to tl.. w.doM. if tin re lea I Feed
meeting last as delegates Hay
: Duller Thursday county,begs leave to make widow an.i th<' remnnlin half to I ;
Live Stock.Groceries .
for
;; to Jackson rills were pot present, and it is call for some' better system.- on account of proper and the i-hilil or children and Ins or their ,
the June 30 MEDICINES and descelak I1ts ti,'bt1 tr t"ldfllC t7" i ..tt'th..ir I
pot yet knowp whether they will accept News. quarter ending 1 parent oi iMicniswoulvl; take If..11.'. If '!' -re I

the honor(>) or not. I' The third _leaders have : Da. Ca. TOILET ARTICLES, be exemption no chi,Sh.ll ciiiKlieu inure or to(renJauts the vMi ",,.if tlu-u tin ri-the lw I Dry Goods Millinery %
party ,
'I .
per last no will as pro*id 'l in Section<{ ti.i: artult'. If
1 r. M. C. I,.. whQ has) an article in this war on us. though we have always : $ J.2922 $ SPECTACLES TRUSSES etc. there be no widow thru tut?exemption shell in- .'' :.
I reed of M M ure to i a.descendants of the partvciititled thereto I And Furnishing floods. all 1! styles, sizes and pt'
is of Bradford's old war horses. ished their articles in the It I f '
issue. one past 63046 ,an-.i such exemption Miall.innly to all debts ,

lie is a democrat to the core and true as rumored that they were coming into reed of MM Prescriptions prepared ti all hours dayor except a*swviiied. in txt on 1 4>f:. iJ article." p ClothingHardware Call and satisfy yourself. _
373 M mchSo Sow"tlic"vfore. '.oti Bleel. The party: may veil be proud of son Saturday 600 strong, and they reed of MM night. is hereby gixon. with|Le followingiutructiois: i,
M 05 Any elector desiring to ote lit Mvh etetion I For Farmers Builders. Phosphate ) :.;;
i such men as he to champion the cause. in five-sixths of i it, Jf you listen to ( reed of MM in favorof thesaiu amtn-liuenr it; have ,-it- 5s

; will make believe that 165 95 ten i r printed on the S.IUH b.11"t m wlijchthe!
they you LUMBER NOTICE. ,No Utensil
Stores. Ranges. Cooking tt :
reed of WD wtod fur for .
4 Just back of the New York building, at names\jl ilu> person or persona any :
tenths of the people were with them, ,cur 12 M office or offices nt said elecUia are writkr. or ,
tho worlds fair in a deprcssc4 area, will citizens be reed of WD 7 printed. and on the Mine side thereof as such To soil lay taste and any pocket. .Abo,.
our good are not going to cur 4 W To the people of Starke and vicinity: names are written or printed the words" 'or the Furniture
Iw spread out fiat *u immense topographical ex-republican leaders to any large rerd of MM This is to notify you that I have closed Amendment,"and any elector desiring to vote kiuds of other House Furnishing QoodsJ
86 feet 66 30 said amendment. shall have written "
be or
of that state. It will against .
: map tent. Don't tike their word for it, reed of MM the KIW and planiug mill for the summer. printed on such ballot,on the side thereof above : if' .
.: long and 26 wide and will show the for- dOQ'lta\e but find out for 413'0 I hall have in the yard at the mill a prescribed the words "Against the 0m ndment"
.. .. mountains rivers towns and all the ours, reed of M M few thousand feet of rough lumber, also The votes cast on this question shall be canvassed
;JP csts. ; who these lenders ire and what they 15150 and declaration and return thereof shall be
1_ 'great natural and artificial, features of reed of S W quite large quantity of choice novel.ysiding. made by the Inspectors.and by the county canvassing BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES. ;
after.-Bronson Democrat 1 CO flooring ceiling aad surfaced lumber board:and by the state egnva'sujs board .
plate scenery. ? reed of W D which will be left in charge of Mr. in the same man ner and at the times as votes cast .

.[General Weaver, one of the prime ,reed cur of WD 03 Lawrence Wall, of Surke, for sale. Anyone for by persons law to for be canvassed.'declired offices as said election and are returned required r;,
.0 All tho world's fair buildings! except two lie1'I in want of lumber find it to his
of third the cur 1 00 may The attention of the sheriffs is called to the law
ers was man
aw practically finished .\ portion of the partyism, reed o( M M interest to call on him. requiring them to cause a notice of the said election "
introduced in congress the bill 251 59 to be published in a newspaper printed in the FOR YOUR STYLISH A i TURNOUTS
interior finishing and decorating is all that that union veterans should be reed of M M James E. E11S, county.there be a paper in uwucounty;and if ,
50 00 there be no published in the.county they
remains to be done on most of them. On the amount by fchich their greenback reed of M M Starke, Fla., April "?, 189?. Agt. shall cause at paper least five copies of this notice to be

the manufactures building and machinery 150 00 3m posted in the most public places in the county. HORSES
fell below gold during the to MN SADDLE
war, over co TESTIMONY WHEREQF have hereurtoset
: hall work is being pushed sixteen hours M Has 99 my hand and have hereunto affixed the ,
atlo' i in other.words the twelfth Wanted.A .
day. and they are* fast catching with bal 1093 20 great seal of Florida.. at Tallahassee. the j '
up Mr. Weaver is committed to that few good Ladies and Gentlemen U capital.this 22d day of June, A.D. 19%. :
the other structures. $ 0219 $250219 for the OASKELL LITERARY Jom L CRAWFORD For Ladies' and Gentlemen's R1dI< :*
canvass .
IF whether the third party Is so or not. P. S. CRKWS. Secretary of State. -* V' .
brl down SlJOBS iO | CLUB at a guarantee of $75 00 per mouth. Sheriff of Bradford County. V <*>-
t\Q\ southern third like this?
,, The jcrrible riot between Ci1ruebric'sworknicD partyites }V. KEIAVH Address July 1. :- ai1 '
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and Piukerton's detectives at Ocala Free Press TreasurerB.C. ..'-
B. L. BRIGHT, '
,F Homestead Pa., was'the result of lowerIng BOND IrtD. no61y. 254 Franklin St.. Chicago. 111. Notice. TEAMING OF ANY KIND G TOJul
Ca
is Mr. Btskin. president of the state DR. Six months after date I will present my accounts ,
iron
wages by the king. Carnegie as per last. and vouchers the Hon Wm. F.:.Maiphurft
f : rich worth millions and >ct bo.denies ancc, has notified the public that he $ sro og $ _sTA8wl4El CAVEATS.LABIL. county judge in and for the county of
reed of MM W. Alvarez & Co.'s Stables.Fine
severed his connection with the $._ Bradford and state of Florida, as administratorof Livery .
the laborer an honest salary. He Is one of 150 00 tho estate of John W. Bushnell. deceased for
ic party. Well the democratic reed of 31 M final settlement and ask for a final discharge
his party .
the bosses who backs
republican up 10000
from said administration. Horses Carriages and Saddles. Expert Driiers. .
; ,. popularity with I M 1 h Jjbvral' contributions stand all snch little things as that :reed of W D A. W, BIDDLE ,
50 May 27,1S92.-,6m Administrator. Animals and Vehicles for kind of Hauling.
1 .. for campaign purposes. feel it no moro than the ox feels '(. MM any

$ _ _ weight of the fly perched on his horn; over to co JOO 00 Notice.All GOOD STABIJXG AND FEED FOR YOUR HORSES.

The county' convention. which will meet what in thunder is going to become 115 00 persons indebted to the estate of Clarence CHARGES. PROMPT ATTENDANCE. ;-

; in this city on August llth! is culled l by nl\skinT-.Ja6Cr News. bal lots 59 C. BO'an. late of Bradforduny..deceased
will come forward and settle the same at once, STABLES OPPOSITE MOITT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY STAHRE;
democratic oxeculivc committee to 1 $119059 $119059 TRADE DESIGN and all persons having claws against said estate '.

,. elect candidates for'legislature from Frank McGrath, who was president )on hand bt -- -- MARK3. OPYRfGHTS the will time present prescribed th m, duly by law authenticated.,or the same will within be

; the democratic patty nud no one who has the Kansas Alliance in 1890 has : JOHN 510559 W.KEU.ru, audi V* (ire aIM qeeb1 to Uterftnrset.sQezua to peala.euut.4 r4u.u... ,... plead in bar of tbeirrecovery.. A.L. TON-KlaN, FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAiL ;.

who aaru. Ue of opinwm a*to t.bigssssI,
afflliatcd with other preparaUoa
any party or drawn from the people's party. lie Treasurer B.C. .e.ps ..a&W\y If patet. and ta pn..eUs sM June 1", 1892-8tAdministrator.
does not endorse the Chicago and Tauipn serts that the people's has 4d.*r MIU fer Ufricjuiut. Ou Wik*(la tntlu. *- FLORIDA TRUIS( INE. SHORT INE': ,
party '. Til lit .tonu,nbr,meu,'w.. MBttr**. ft 13 A --.lf' To all, potato in South Middle and West Florida. Mobile, New Orleans aDd tM d ,
: platform will be welcomed tu seats in the alliance and destroyed Iu Hundred Dollars reward EDSON imOTHKUS,Equitable Building. Fier.i:7eti.. Direct connections to all points Northwest andJJortbeast. Elegant. eOaI4- '

this convention. This' is a gentle hint and that in directing the party ratirrh that cannot be 1003 thr*F(tanpt St., Washington(or pwtac__kcadMtM D. Coar"a4 lOft i '.u..J&.r..r.. 11.--..= Route from Tampa via Montict-llo to Cincinnati ThoniasvUle.without change of sleeper' :.7- ; :
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that if heeded may save I humilitulion. to have less influence than jack-leg i Hall's Catarrh Cure. U U4 c booktet.M4 ov Imratin-ne-c..Maa1&I rrocnu psWiasVp,4.s aj3... WW KO lIME CARD In effect Jane 12 1893. .t" '"-

Swat who are now anxioqs tq taku n hand and town loafers. UUKXEY A Co.Toledo, Props.Ohio.. 4vsaon.naambovinrt(MeoUoa Md tbU.tML pt .) .bacrd'l'DT. Si 1 SOUTHERN lUV'KTl 8 I 4 10 I 2tW1ST.B't l' -- .

; n the above named convention. 5&)p 10 It)a Lv Fernandina Ar 300 P 045 a riOp 709aL>* Jacksonville Ar. p
2 have known F. Pen and Pencil and i: 713pll2SaLv840plll5aLi CalUhan Ar 235p 7SOaJacksonrUl 840p TSSaLv Baldwin LT-7MJ
Your Name on Stamp. a
; C. B. Collins' name still remaining the last 15 years, and be- bottle of Indelible Ink for 2oc. Agents wanted. :,:: Ar 230 P 6 39 a U 2 a 8 M eAr Lake City Lf t.P|
The nomination of General Weaver by the democratic be perfectly honorable iu Address J. P. KRETTER. 985pllA tpL. Baldwin Lv 146p S 45 a IS 41 a 044a\r Live Oak Lv-4 4I K
state ticket
would
\ seem and financial- Mobile, Ala 1117 p IlipAr Starke Lv 11 47 a 4 31 a a.rSuWsnneeSsLv"M1224a
the third has caused
party something approaching -
establish his assertion that ho was ont obligations made 223pAr Hawthorne LvllSOa 3 33 a 211al940aAr Madison LYt.t;
sigh of any Make 108& 251pAr Citra LvllOta 2 43Uall53pAr Monticello L'r.34
a relief twong both republicans IF YOU WANT TO Money send lOe
'. choice of the farmers alliance at the 331 pAr Silver Springs l.v 9 39 aOcala 510 a 145pAr Tallahassee Lv.2.p
and democrats. Both sides have Wholesale in silver for 12 Samples of valuable Receipts and 214
a
Drl'ggi, 344pAr Lvl014a 143sHomosasaa 7 45a 343pAr Quincy Lvflft1TOSpAr
convention. lIe
pa was must .
Toledo Secrets Address Lv 7001'OOa .
O. pArRiverJU1.dionLYIl.
been looking toward. Omaha with a good p
the choice of the democrats of hat KINNAN MARVIN, ocly J. P. KREITER Mobile, Ala. 5 00 a 5l4pAr Leesbunt LT 842a1030 p 630j>)t(<'pAr Pensacola LT,..a:
deal' of aD;lety. a.nd among members of Druggists Toledo O. 545a 54 pAr Tarares Lv Sun 910p 200aAr Mobile LT ills;
-If tter} vote meant anything.-Ex. 809 a IS 3G pAr Lv 1 M 311 .
EVERYBODY READ THIS. Apopka a I P 74 a Ar New Orleans L*:8 .
both of the old partIes the confession is Cure is taken Internally
-- y 30 a 110 p Ar Orlando LY 7 00 a 3 15 P II 00 a lW sa.Louis Lr T
upon the blond and mu- 31 a 4ttpLv Wildwood Lv 908a1230p 19 t.
made that the nomination at 4l3pAr ChIeato -
: freely Qmaha
.. If the so-called Wehave the largest wailIng 515a .
people's party can \ the lI.'steuTefJthuo- Mail by the Ton. 613pAr630a DadsCity Lv 731 a 1080 p 'Ek.'i'.1SDl.. AND fcUMBI
: of some very great map with no past entanglements. enough electoral votes to throw the Price 75c per bottle. list that reaches your office. Send 10 cents 719pAr750a Plant City Lv 8 30 a 917p 7 I eoTrahu t .

-, WQu| tave.) placed an element tion : and we will insert your name In our directoryonce 2 82QpAr TampaWaldo Lv 5 30 a 8 10 p
of
president' inta the house OOpAr Lv II 42 a 4 SO P tOO a Lv Jacksonville Ar_
S ,or three times form cents. You will receive t 33 Ar Gainesville LT 111:3 -) n -
4_. of doubt in the cnmpaijn which will be. elected P a p 1C. Femaadina Lt 1j
*, president by that is night editor on a news mail from our mailing department for one 69pAr Ce
woul4 have qrcatly complicated the situa cratic body andWhitelaw Beid for I Maud apparently has year,also from publishers manufacturers, etc., en Southern division leave Archer daily except Sunday,'. a:::40 p.m. forSOa.m.forj.
litllThe nomination of Gen. Weaver president by the republican senate. i when some one asked her all over tne country, and be pleased with the Early Bird tndl Ie Mine:leave Eagle mine daily.except Suiday at 4::
: however has greatly simplified affairs wlul her fathei did for u small investment copies sent to all persons answering intermedJate doTntsT Train leaves Ovtedo and Winter htk daily xeept SUnday.
; alsn daily,at 8 80 a m: Winter Park at 8 87 '
a m.,arriving Orlando Sam leaves
: and brings it down to a square fight between The people's party followers in Florl I; "I div it up. I dess W. L DOUGLAS P m.arriving Winter Park 5 23pm;Oviedo IS p. \ ; .. _,
1 'tausc he's out all night.- AQlN S' DIRECTORY, Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati and Tampa and Jacksonville and Tampa'aid
'the two parties.. may not make an assault upon the S8 SHOE and tew Orlans. :. s4sTrains 5
p _, al democratiC.ticket or that of the Providence, 11. I CN1LCtflmEM on the Fernandina and Ciirobcrlnnd route leave Jacksonville and'V '
i Vir some time a ,sub-committee of the TIE BEST 3HOE IITHEWOaLDFOSTMUuuIz, except Sunday. Connects at Fen ndiaa for Doagennesa. Cumberland Istond.
It is upon the county tickets thai is a little girl. nnVOWe 10 genuine Photos. A IA4I WCD lICIt,las Brunswick forming the Cumberland route and making coaMc Joaa*>,Maeoeu i
.. !linn* committee on manufactures has residing in Baltimore give you .---S. Ga1hIe. lID- nooet and northern and western polltt. S. nday train leaves Jacksonville 8 Warn ,...
propose to make the biggest fight DU 10 Courting. Flirtation, Colored &IIddanWlUaaaaay land
Moe rf-rnandina
:i been engaged in investigating the she says: "I was trou mid.&be route connection. Leave 5 p m. arrives Sackson,Ue G l5pHi'li ,
numerous warned is reumtd.TimesUnion for two years, but Cards and selections with 1 Teaser free, 1rGIa". cam.d4U3flaa4.sewed 0.C 1"'" ears Brunswick to Atlanta and Atlanta. Cincinnati and Nashville. :1J

trusts, combinations and associations to do me any good. I fot only lOc silver. (Above sealed) neea1fsbosu. 'The Formnformatiouseelocalagent- Ticket omcej6 W.. street. eoinorN '

;; ; ; Its report says that these are in control of M. C. Li. Says : that I had to be carried Box 1238. Providence. R. I. rr-ertJ2.DQ'etlUlAMIDIpIrtM---eMUab. 1e8DIII Hogan N.streeL 8. PEXNlSGTQy.Jacksonville.Traffle Manager. Bar. MacOo eI..oSUMMER .. ": _

the production distribution aud of I attended the 1 was advised to get M lQ-'eIIee.'
prices meeting the (' Iain's Pain Halm. .3 bYru-.sa
I S GCIaIri who W&II& a aoo4U..Iboeq -, '
very many of the articles of most general party at Lake Butler last Tuesday, druggist t. Mr. J. A. I OOI{. LOOK.Grease kawUt ca trss KATES. .

: consumption; that prices to tho canvum 7th ID t. There was a large i in three days I was up and paint spots removed by using Week. 4

vn are Increiued, while wages of thoseemployed but I found on inquiry that most of I and. I have IIOt felt any Snepard's Spot Secret Will not injure the finest &L3r:!.uas for ths THE GEORGIA ;
limbs SOUTHERN is
my 'IFfti AND ,
are as fabric- One package by mail, 10 cents. Write FLORIDA R. .
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; Ly the trusts' are reduced; that attending were, lilfe myself. merely ever were." 50 cent bot for terms to agents. bas... : flaring rates for the travel out of Florida to all o"-
summer
nil pnhi legislation the is in- lookers and seekers all medicine dealers. ;
oa. subject after the -- SHEHHERD HrO CO.. 1.= will Rbortly be placed on r
:' suOtcient and impracticable and-l't'COm- of the affair. I: fully Providence L
expected to hear This line the shortest
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and
fastest
advertises his desire for 'dl : out of Florida carrying tIndia
nu>u entirely ignorant of the Wanted.-Freeprepald outfit to ensr : points west aud iwrthuwt. 1'raius arrive and.1from ;
I Agents
article whlau are or may come under the did not even pop a cap. I talked men Several of our salesineo have union depot in Palaika and lacon.
BUlLeai mule'"i'1t
I Connection
earned 270 to$100 a week for years .. II'r
control of a trust upon the tree list. This leading men from all paiLs of the count -- 418 P. O, BOX 1371, Ifew York. -. in Macon with the vestibule limited for,the Carolina Virginia:!
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'. rfccmmendation is neither new nor novel, but_ failed to find the third or a $1 bottle of Blood east and with ,
through
Purifier. E2tr=I sleeping car lines for resorts in Tt'bP .
: but if earned out wouM throttle nearlyvvory party, so I concluded-and I think I & the leading drngirUt BOYS AND GIRLS L'r'tt. -. tuekv and all points north and: norih !

trust now existing in this country.H. right in IUY conclusion-thai the says, : "I always __.=: 'eM1. Sleeping} t-ar between
c Do wish and Macon.
party of Bradford St. Patrick's you to receive letters from all over the w. rrra Trsuns leave as follows: Palatka, 5 40 a. m. and 511

county is comp of them than any oth- world} Po you love to correspond for fun or aotdfcr Hampton, 6 51 a. m. and.0 3T m: Lake 8 03 aid V*"
Austin for p. City .
Sheriff. a. m.
may say largely composed of Mr, W. in stock." There are no i amusements* If so send lOc silver and jao our J. W. HODGES. A..F. KNAFP. Traffic '
,, Nr. H. Austin whose Mnnouncemenl Pinholster. lie has a few followers, dose of them will often I corresponding club. We are the largest corn's- Manager. JA31KS JHKNmiFSCollege,<

'. for sheriff appears iu another column, has "Billy Pin," as be is a dollar bottle of any I ponding club in the world, you will receive lots o Ma d CarfatUa aoe. ,
Jeun.'tlX f''l'ienco as an officer as familiarly culled, 1 ihe market For sale lateresting and spicy letters from an parts of the WARD I loT o. HCauw o( IIS1Id7 .
the leading spirit and he is I dealers. thoroalk .Sad JNe1IIaL a
Sfour wnsuhle for this district fur too, short I country. AddressRUBY M K w. I'IMM _odIna la

1 He. has been faithful when the reach to,Affect much in politics. -- CORRESPONDING BUREAU Sr W.mUSa SLUS a.asre..*" ***.1CIaeOI1a.-. v rii J aaiM tritege 'r *' :. ...lllseum.
demanded his attention has as- the district'delegate* named it is but the Best. Proyld "pFII .. pllU'&tlJ&i. VW'ktni1t Ia
lK"I.R I. YMM
fisted in making many dangerous arresis.M to those to recommend Cham- ,I ti _. t1iibCn.1T.Three I.t.ra.i fl.d.l. -
.1. : well u to serve many papers. lie gentlemen to say that Remedy as absolutely ror-..- seao.l -ifc .. lna fae.tty,f** PBp lh.Z&Uo 3C StM ,

:.;.'lires in the next house to the county jail were present-Messrs, Moran. Brown I Mr. Ii'. B.. Kemp assist- BOYS, I II _.. \ r' \ ; \ .' \ : f.2Jfte!galp i1naJ.awn.. ArtPoettoe.DT-a-.s.sklngTauSt.. Putth., Ac! .
.,. ad Crosby the of the Youngston r .".r:4 It.r. ts L'. '
: could better delegates F htL
consequently, keep a ; at large were &', one of the moat Cut this out and return to us with lOc silver, 1..0.-_ ._. -. .1.I j ?: 0. L".Fresidt
.4. Watch over tho jut property and the prisoners present and accepted, the only nun of 'valuable newspapers in I and we will send you by return maD W complete _:: '' __: : ---- ._ -
in his charI" than one who lived a new stories and a mammoth R I DA-N tII ;..-
lODe
pohtujal Mr. also book'with .
Influence Kesup I q EWSMpERjj
being Capt W H. aaya flflWIImesadwoiaee, ,
P suffer
quarter of a mile He is well known the latest I otieeof
it
: away. wards. Of. course the a certain cure for the;. scngs and a large package of samples *.1le.ru B_ IPc from .say, form of F1naIiIft.
almost democratic
to every voter in the county, is a following an attack of flie that may bring you in'manr dollars and lead .. .. .,. ,aD w'era a.Work Yalaa ,
'. young miD and ambitious aud if elected will now dump him but in keep a bottlefef it in 1 I you on to fortune.. Do not d.)'. Bead at 0Dce. .==. -... .- aew q their af&cdoa (.ho)f1'W'1eIa. ltT3ud&3ctwtitj$ ctiaAty. t** .
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will make good officer.. of former political cent bottles for -.1e! by Address, >a.PARa eaD welU'ed sa_by wTtini F" .a1 $ as wLmiflItTll.jiale
friendship. I hope I j[I j I.I I. :R ules -howel-- ".a.ao K. Cbsny I&ne& Ii. of Franzmmer' deceai.ietL b' ?.
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ColiHTY TELEGRAPH It surety' bsckwth.to I'eUoIa County"- <:Commissioners.Board VV V .' : ):.Convention. .'- -STARBE> :. V .;;iote '' i .1"'c. .., -;".

,"., The andertabr 1aaa .!\ July S; 1892. All)) mem -to, call the delegates to the f.. ? <... .

....rke, }'l ., July 15, 1892. .His IOOds thro1l11 present. 'Minutes'of last meeting ": Y r e -.t. Ie.'I BUSINESS: AND NORMAL :SCHOOL tii, ro1Q_. ,I itt,'i ." ;. ;'.r ':. 2.' A'. .1.".'v'i ,.

mMaggie Petition from T J ,Brown el al. for, the,7th Inst. 'The meeting was ;In your U-rtb 3 '". '"'.' .'.

: col affairs.. ner. .homepainted.. demnation of a certain part' of a i j nferby>)ir; ttPipb|>ljfcr.'of. Q ono..u In'.b'I. i ;

g > Iq road granted., By hU.own request preclnC\.w ttated.lne .object v w. w. ,.eDONALD-Prlnelpal,' V publseUn yonn t fJmteC SSj'-neai..f. ...' 1/

IT buy inferior flour when y ufjetSwePt J joy a delightful galy! lake is Parish, was !indefinitely, I .suspended 'a meeUngtobe' "? 'the selection.of ten HISS 'ELLEN 'pA.'fIS, Assistant,. .. -:. V ed the following Ise in question questions'aatl.rprpp tanje:>;"W VJr. .. .' _

Home the spector of beef for 8th'diStrlcad ; to aten4: the state convention at -'**' :;.. ..
at.. same |, '. ; ? .i i: unreasonable Jor thu.alHgucefaatk: t'i : \.; .
at Uetbergcr & Richard. Mr and ,. Austin appointed d in his place.* 'Tr on the. 20th inst.. Will open July 5th I for a term of SiI-W: eks. '' repeal of the present. election laws'of the,. .

last Sunday in the presented quarterly report endlnglun | W. H.:.Pinholster was nade state?' ''Waft unreanonabfc lo"uk Uttt 7 ,o "
i'fall? line of paints at Uw iu volesodtheir :: '
our people hate right
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; 1892 and turned MizelVsecretary. : _
and OL.
__ .; Truby, Sternburg & Co.Jnes' Mr. Willie over $1,408.99 in votes Itualy6mnteC.Waltw- '' ., _
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from same compared with auditor's !8t mad a ,statement as to reasonable lht I : t V _

w_. white diess goodsIoTe his South found correct and was burned.V to be the l leader of the move- due in Advance. No deductions made.- V V I tors should n la,a- partisan one,-eLs' \t' V

purchase. } amounting to found and the of Terms-Tuition t that our important cities should have. a; .. '
you fr. S 1 $145: correct county at request .
... S.o .- ladies' black- home 8 miles Crews i led and filed. Account of Drs. eni wrote it. .for publica- ENTIRE- COURSE....;.............. V ......._...... ...,...... ............'5 00 ,, right tchnns their own rletr -V j f1r:'_'
line of silk urn- west In reply, I desire to ,
;:,";. f.Itt cannot surpassed.. Next .Brannon.Bird. $139 Lake, returned county to,Lake for county it is:. PENMANSPIP ALONE .. ..... ...... ......... ... ... .. ........ ..... .. 2.00 able hgeofA. W.ray W .b. 'mQor.. 'i ''J. :N

.t Truby, Sternburg & Co. L A. regular I correction. board believing It to be a after the Tampa conven MATHEMATICS... ... .. .....;.......... .......:-......................... 2.00 good enough democrat lonbid I I .: .. > ] .
will be -' conference held by the voice of a'tnajority of the ,
claim. .
.wf ., 'J.'Jones has a full stock of i dered paid Following.:. bills presented and was other a labor. organization, ENGLISH.GRAIAR.... ..... .............. ..... ......... .... .-...... 2.00 am frank to say (hut hail cnveJ; c t t.J,, _

rfeiI: supplies, coffins and caskets Drummers are Paupers $ of nine was appointed to BOOKKEEPING...........;....... ....................................... 2.00 the Tamp platfotra It provjuoas-wd ''.; "
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the town CODSulent1lon'the action of said .aM.aT*> free to say ,.r
as usual
_t'.. 'prices. Bridge Hodges repairs asst tax assessor V CDnvention. said committee to PHYSIOLOGY... ...... ..... ...... .... ........ .......v............."" 2.00 tat the convention &UbraHo alli- V : V
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4 i'if-kinds" of hauling done uroraptj. Mr.,Doss A C Odotn I. V and be (PinhoUler) PRIMARY DEPARTMENT_ till noon... ............ ..... 2.00 in incorporntiu;' la 'V V
_____ Air Hampton to the LD Wan If by this committee to inform features of the am"lc demands ia its

_ iit 'V. Alvarez_ Co.'a stables. I .- TW Sweat of the action of said commit platorm. most of which pertain to nation. f ___ _
_ _::f The tie f R Beasley" : state affahs If I were one of V : tg
_ $JJinestic and New Home sewing back ? Jones V proceeded to business the lenders of a faction which had bolted V

jLiDes for sale by QP account P Ward the formality of a credential com from the democratic pwty under the false- _

ii ;' Truby, Sternburg & Co. Fred TKLMBAPH. publ and printing On roll call U was found that but This course is designed especially for those who are preparing to i issue of being "sold.out by the conven _
'.r.if'I' Martin is N J Forsythe. pauper V seven precincts were repres- teach, and for men and women fitting themselves for bookkeepers.Our ton! ." if 1 intended to feather my nest by V

.o;" J. G. Alvarez for the latest goods. Few W W Tumblin co com were Lake Butler.Pine Hill methods young Normal. creating dissensions nnd disintegration _
collars. ter trade. E A Todd" The delegates from are thoroughly among the rank and file of the democratic .
j ij I(jof gents' J B Crews.' precfncts then proceeded to Bring all your book vitb you, when coming from a distance. The party and if 1 intended to go before the V
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iDd Jacksonville consign. Mrs. WindiRch, J R Williams h'g tcs to the Jacksonville con. Primary Department will be taught by Miss DAVIS, who has much experience dear people of All colors and. make declarations -, V

_ .is"U your the Florida Producer'sI"Consumers' in the city tins G W Clyatt which resulted as follows: in the work. We guarantee ABSOLUTE SATISFACTIOX. tending toward awarding and V '
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:; Sheriff .V Lewis Futch, I com missioning. i.mllnlyTouJddt"Dland
her
: Exchange. tf mother. W. Call address a repeal uf the election law. ____ __
id _ _ Morgan Bros, stationery Butler John Moron on or present
..y Our R G Ware burying T Gaskins Melvin Weeks. The object arughl to be obtained In the _
"Mont. forget that we are head- county Treasurer ) Isutun Brown W. W. McDonald, passage of Chat l law 1 take it. was: to enforce '- ._ _

__ __ '* fI. for James Means' shoes. talking of building Clerk and auditor Hill. E. L.Crosby. Starke, Florida. an educational qualification that

{ ,. Trnby, Sternburg & Co. i by the county jail. On completing assessment rolls N. J. Jones, would protect the more intelligent citizens
: & found amount of taxable property to H. C. Surren y. from the rabble of an ignorant class of

-poles and lace curtains at Our city council follows: Real. 1237.449; at large-W. 11. Edwards, of voters who were blindly led by designing _
.l 1curtsin, J. G. Alvarez. sion this week, $333.878 total 1570000. The B. J. Sapp and W. U. Pin- liST TEll n ad d EL men There are objectionable features to '
.' the town :' 1892 is: County tax proper. 4 mills; : Pine Hill. i tbe election law as it exists but In the

\. 'lk"C8t' table damask iu the property.J interest $ mill; special. tnx 4 mill; selected were instructed language of the sub-treasury demand I _ _
Jones' cheap mammoth W Alvarez tax 5 mills-in all 10 mills on the full ten votes in case of the ab- s RAiL WAY.e would say give us the prtaent electionlaw
J. &
-vii' for county purposes. any delegates at Jacksonville. 01 something better and I would res .
ostore.beTRiO. can turn out as the meeting then adjourned. pt'ClfulJysugges' Australian ballot.
,
:
iarj W. 'r .
you will often see. SCHEDULES OF DAILY TRAMS IN To the second question I unqualifiedly
Clerk and
Ibs. for $1
coffee 5
ltn tea for Dyspepsia. W
.
it is not.io
EFFFCTJUNEV12th. 1892.Jacksonville say.
Mctlt,', -
JPfeifeibercer. & Richard's. Walnut street WINE.OFCARDUl, .. for female Jones' Democracy O. K. ___ the first part {t\he t, .

!| .t received a full line of James somest in town The L'\dies' Park. we .went to last Friday ,'CIN.AND YLA.IVfl4 .'011I0 SPECIAL n I .SHJtrfANOOAH VIILLIIY aoUT.; answer it.was.cot_ -Q i
jj press To the second part of that < _
the fastest of 'i"'OUa OOa 6aOpL.Callahan
.: lemns' shoes at J. G. Alvarez. i any. last The ladies of the S. L. I. A. us that )lr. N. J. Jones Lvtacksonvii1_. ".. I asOpt 2p1 Lv Lvt&1laban l..cksoDville.... ... 73S.s 101 SS&aL. say that in principle it was not. but as I .
.; <. If Starke got in a fair way to have a city young dry goods merchant, Waycross. ... Gop \t.v 15& lWp lOOp house bill No. 4 was a measure that orig V
)DeW stock of coffins and cask- They haveraised the necessary selected at a mass meeting held L.Jesup........ Ill p ." ;& LJackcnviUe..T & lOOP inated in Jacksonville and is local in its .
new railroad to purchase a lot of hind that lies in the 1Iacoa. ...... i C. Ar .P 20a 955p
Lake to
Ar
;; M N. J. Jones. at Butler as a delegate ........ 51011 Lv &lIP' 31* 1&sAt effects. I can see -no good reasons why it
J.t4 : of the lamt Lv Macon Weycross..9
accepting
great victory offered by party convention Jacksonville .... 35a1' JOp 145* should be lugged into state politics.' It _
1'e youtried {Sweet Home flour? Richard and Mr. J. M. Truby. They inst. The news fell like a bomb Atlanta... Lv ; 'Ar MorriMcltl"a.... SOCiArChattanooga.
lOOp that that
LvAtlanta. to matter be
.... .. seems me might ;
...
600a
have ... :Ar 255p
) lI are increasing every day. Mr. and Mrs. a square of very nearly two of the democrats and inqui- .OO 'it .. .. to the citizens of
t3t".i&t .. 1.11' .. i.Ja :.\r ROIIoolte .. UIIOpArB safely relegated Jackson
it. For sale The money and deeds for signature all the points of the compass LvCbattanooza. 23p ...... .V ... ... Slip _
'. best trade uses by Green Cove ...... S2arBlI' vii Ie. .
1ie already been sent for this lot, and made as to how it could be .. 120:1 ArC, 231PI'\rSheaahoahc.: .. ..915p iTWLyCuicinasti. .
& Richard. ) ArCincinnati. u.k'' ,. ..S In reply to what seems to have been _
'A .At' Heiberger the city most of dies expect to soon commence Jones bad always been one ...... Ra! Lv Cincinnati .. ..J :! ....
'_ _
v the ......... 5i1h'u.rCbcs". ...... 7334 intended as a stigma "you say you are an
Too .
park. much ArCh1Cllgo. ...
: : BP jriog goods in an endless quan. The young given the ladies for their praise steadfast democrats. To get L B ... ... -"u-".-..-IlL. ..... ... .. ...- I.I'II.eIIO'D. .5ra10Opv alliance man, and in name I suppose you _
efforts I.
it'N. J. Jones' mammoth store.'Z.EjjG. work have in in the case, the TELEGRAPH Ar Louisville...... .lii..' Ad.msvi ........=. :5PIIr'bii".itiiI :::: .: ::.12 82 4 2 arc," I dft ire to say that I am in full sympathy -
:1"if.&kr B getting scarce. good they hand. a reporter to see Mr. ,Jones ..1. Chattanocg. ... .... .... I lOa with the great. object sought to be _
Alvarez has just received a home at present man, woman and child In this city him very free to talk over the Ly Ar ChauanoogaV Memphis....... UOPI1L. ... ........... ..ii 8o ... .. .. attained by and through the organizationof

of "Diploma" flour. give them every encoagagement in Mr. Jones said that up to that PuUma buffet htpcl AUnt* \oIArAsvle.ItvcrsIO\Yo.! ........ .. .... the farmers' alliance-that some of the _
Jur load
Everybody power. had not been notified of the al to Cincinnati C1..zttanooga and CbatlooKa I| Both trains Pullman: buffet from which the
.,t coaches Ito Cincinnati. Diy carr New York via grievances toiling masses /?
? and day c .to
r o stock of groceries is the most EGRAPII during cELBEE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak and hardly thought it pos elegant to C.latt.IJ"cksnylnetoJe( ,and Jcsup sleeper* Tc! Jacksonville
: in town and prices way cents pays to the alliance people did not take nooga wltbot chanle. Chatano : ICbatanoga alS c sriics I sleeper to legislation.: While 1. as a farmer; feel
plete in merchants. He further
e JuncUon
Sh'uldoh
TICKETS
New River. SUfflOTEtt EXCLUSION IWain keenly the necessity for such legislation
Zd n to hard pan. Prof. The weather of and always had Wen a demo- On sale from May !Ito Sept.30. Limited t Oct. 31a 1891, ad B. &O. K.n.,"connecting wit. and believe that the laboring classed .
dry
& Co. very voted another ticket and TO ALL Sinif HER BESOBTS. the"Royal Bluelne.
4t !t'- Truby, Sternburg house and been succeeded by very wet weather never Fun Information relative to rajes, etc cheerfully Limiitd ru Eatttrn hi.u should in their primaries and conventions
; and further said he iid hotel .
to. tU l.
ton :
.. at
art 7
work for all needful reformations
"be some of our farmers it is furnished. Every letter inquiry mn ct *i. f : earnestly .
say
Wgodi and wheelbarrows atMorgan's will have a very wet to plow. the alliance people could afford For berth ,folders etc. apply to ticket agents throughout Florida to that are necessary to carry into effect
Bazar. ; the democratic party as deserting reslts-. Dlii. Pal*. Art.Y8i West Bay Street.Astor Block. J* ve. Fla cardinal
of the of
i:..( : Mr. Tompsett )[r, J. C. Barry has purchased a ticket as nominated at Tampa B.W.FRNK .G. P.& J.A..Knoxvilfe.Tenn. CHAS.N.KIGUT.A.G.P.A., ,Ga. equal one rights to great all and special principles favors to \ '

'''o reduce stock before our annual Jones house building site here and is this week would be virtually turning the none. I would also remember that. un-

:*1.'" stiaking we will sell our sum- into it with his eral the foundation other residences for a fine are to residence.be a to Cleveland-Stevenson the republicans again.and Mit Mr. --' E. L. STEWART, M. D. FOR SALE der the rights powers ami prerogatives V I _
under the fundamental law of
i at reduced.prices. time. we are anticipating quite a little but declined to h i would guaranteed
; goods say Office with The described this great country of ours. at the ballot
following property
Truby Sternburg & Co. long. for some of his personal friends located all of '
box
are equal -
j souyereigus powera
1l : The orange Politics and political issues are t party for county offices in within the corpoiate limits of the to which nil office holders are
power
"La;Ak'I C Webb for cards, stencils, light this year. shape and the citizens beginning to run. V Starke Drug Company.inyStf town of Starke, is offered. for sale: amenable-and should Ufa strict accountability -

:t'E. ,*of the Florida Producers' -and miss the crop if it into line. Third partyites and OF CARDUI, a Tonic Women Two Acres of Land for the faithful performance of the

.1ii 0 imeN' Exchange. tf cy prices. outs seem Io.be dividing line and well fenced upon which is a good well trusts reposed in the trusts reposed in
"" sides are organizing for the contest. not Break Jail. TIE POWELL, M. 0., them. 1 believe that these great objectscan

r$ Sprinting all kinds at the Cattle got into \ straight-outs organizing a Simon was out on Friday afternoon painted and plastered two-story dwelling; be obtained only by and, through the
: democratic club pledging their prisoners bad escaped from jail PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON an excellent well of water bricked from efforts of the people as common citjzcua' V
office. on Tuesday qight .
.EATH and influence to the state vnd "e'f' was not the case. When the the clay; good stable and outbuildings of a common country. If in.tbe process ".

c need and door and ticket. Thiw cheers for the full to take the buckets from their The following is a list of tbe Trees grow- of time by some great aud miraculous -
} have everything you water melons. democratic ticket I he had brought their dinner in, Office at Casltlna Drug Store, intervention, the changing of a name of a
.)sake prices to suit the need of him broke out of their STARKE V FLORIDA ng upon the place: person from a democrat or republican to :

j3osr, pocket book. Mrs. NW.. BLACK-DRAUttHT te*cures 'he was quick enough to get the I mylStf 9 Plum Trees, 13 varieties, 3d year a third party man will clothe him with

,-j" Truby Sternburg & Co. daughter left VV door fastened on them With the bearing; Chestnuts 5, 2 varieties Ap angelic purity and place him on that high

:; tk: sas to visit One lot of 8 cent calico of Marshal Dean they were Frazee & Hall les.6 trees ((3 Standard) 3 on Pear ; plane of moral perfection that is above the .
into the cells and locked common; frailties and imperfections %f
;$! l.J. J. Jones has 800 Crosby ceme- a few months. to 5 cents at up. and Counsellors at Law 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 7 Pear, human nature. I shall then be a full fledged -

9i&y: Iota. for sale. The marshal's. Truby, Sternburg & City Daddies Meet. At'ys 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon third party man. The facts ia the pre-

It meeting of the town council on NO. 1, 7. choicest varieties; Peach 80. mises are, that if it'were possible to raisea
iWe have the most stylish straw $10 per month, Ladies'and gents' rubbers at all members present, the follow- JONES I' selected varieties 2. Jarg. demon from perdition and clothe him
Quince
"1;)1ata in town at prices wholly below $25 per year and Trnby, Sternburg & ; was transacted: Bills paid STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA. ; with the garmenTs of the tallest arch :
petjtion.fJ $12.50 per year.A of $141.98; mayor's salary And Downey Buld'g. cor. Third and All the above trees are in bearing mot angel be would be a demon still and you "
We will have something Center'trs. Fla. of them I in their second take 'i,"
Truby Sternburg & Co. I from $150 to $: per annum; j yl. yer. may a scheming wily. political .
r sneak thief shoes to offer early next week. salary reduced to $55 a month This place must seen to apprecieed. trickster from either of the old parties ..

"Quite English, you know"-Lonfi Mr. J W Hod particulars call at'I'ruby he keeps the lamps cleaned H.E.LAGERGRENLAND For further b information b apply to and place him aa a leader of the third .
't.f ; clerk s reduced ty $5 per party and he will assiduously pursue bit '1
&
.Alvarez.i
J. G.
Swells at evening just Sternburg
don cigars old habits. I,for will
shots soon scared treasurer's to $12 per annum. SURVEYOR.Deputy DR. A. L. SCOTT, follow snc .men. one never- blindly V .

,W oJ make returns on day of sale. Fruit jars, jelly tumblers, Elree'a .Wine.of Cardul County Surveyor. Starke, Fla. I have not been a silent< observer of Of 1-

Jt: FL P.
i tf just think how Truby, Sternburg & are Le"elUol and Drainage System, e'e.p& conditions: growing out of the opportunist! *4
the merchants ia .
following
could by this Office. U.D.MINEEWatchmaker ties 01 the late war shrewd financiers laid ; \
growers
$.NEW GGODS 1 NEW GOODS of surplus fruits The only $2 a day hotel in county: V FLORIDA. the foundation to accumulate millions, 4 t
and that those men uDder the fostering .'
| departments l at TravelersIf DRUG Co.. Starke.
a villo.is. The
on
W. YOUNG.Hampton. legislation of the party in power have accumulated
& Co. Now is the .
,f Trnby, Sternburg .A. KING Lake Butler. Mr. Farmer billions; and that such legislation '. :
candidate to COI you want to feel good and NCCQLLkXV.Lawtey. says:: and must be opposed by s.11 good men L

:: :QNEMILLION'BOXES; of orJKe himself and let well at night, go,to Powell C.PARKER*New River. until labor shall have equal! protection

&'wanted by Burton K. Barrs, are the aspirants some of his meat. The Serenade. "If I had bad some means of with capital and to this end I will work. VV i

"sfJ: .cUonville.r .' night about 1( o'clock Irrigating last fall, I should have :I warn all good alliance men .to look *
A great deal of All summer goods at band, accompanied by about 30 I made at least $1,500; a it is I well bofora they act. Learn a lesson from _

|':* The TELEGRAPH will be sent to,2f'My ; done by the city >rices. Truby, Sternburg ladies the editor's and gentlemen family. of The the shall not make $500." Jeweler. change.ho result. Do'not of the forget Farmers'the Alliance brilliant ex future '-I ii

: address for $1 a year. 'move in the right ; Cash buya the goo is cheap' singing was very nice and.very That excuse might have done last that its leaders predicted ami how V r&

.
'*;, .'Go to J. G.Alvarez for the best drained.the town healthy J. W. Hodg V Of course the editor was fall, but it will not do now, for if S-arke ZFla.Largest when hard they earned fiddled you danced Has the up success with <
for such treatment as he your money.
t 'i 5c.cigar. _ J. W. Hodges has the up the last' drop of wine and you are in of water for irrigation I _ _ _ promised you been realized Who made
II nee
+ various styles Mrs.V leic promises? Arc of them at the
| Men's straw hats, sell and invites inspection last bit of cake just five minutes or any other purpose, call on or any
the Walker helm of a new party bidding you to follow !-
.r and shapes nice and cheap at but will promise if the young
..>* J. G. Alvarez. This is a very le says that his stock must will come ftgata and send half an address G. 'Y. YOUNG, who rep- Assortment of them and elevate them to places of V V
.. .jp and Mrs. Mahone duced as he" does not want to that they shall be treated resents theCHICAGO honor? If they were. putting it mildly. '

li"U you want a pretty Four-in-hand over spring .oodR.. Ln: ought to be. Watches Clocks and deceived in their declarations to you a '
home. few they not be deceived "
: 1te or scarf cheap go to AERMOTOR CO. years ago may -> *; l
r ? Radicalism is unsafe .
be In Every House. again anywhere.
J. G. Alvarez. Another Peaches berries \"e I
.:-;- grapes, Wilson 371 Clay street Sharps- He can furnish you with a well and Jewelry especially in politiC -

J JADIES, ask for give Starke'sucb bles, etc., and oranges in .. says he will not be without all other appliances that will give Ponder well before you act. If the third
:' VIORD'S man, woman and tf P. & C. Ex., :' 'New Discovery for Con- party has the intelligence and strength of ;
!- L'lNKriTTIKG tit d. Put Cou hsN and Colds that it you all the water you want and also numbers to succeed they are strong enough -* 1

t r wheel and make If you want first-class beef, wife who was threatened with furnish power for any-kind of,light Special attention given to the repairing to purify the party .to. which they N1
WEARat L B Powell \ after an attack of la grippe, from that have ,
i GOT or sausage go to other remedies and wood- of Clocks ,and Watches. belong any impurities may
Sternbuv & Cor The it. sever- machinery as grint-RtonC. crept in. If the people c of the south and Vijj
had done her
ypu.will get no good.
Good work done at reasonable the northwest nave inter 1.t-
beautiful fight Barber of Cooksport Pa., claims saws, cotton gins, etc., at a price 'I rates great a common
line of James Means has done him est that should be legitimately subserved :
A,full New Discovery afford who V
to
A that -
one can
11. the occation than anything he ever lined any pay they can do it in. their respecfiTe parties. !
shoes for and
per given by ebrated men & trouble. Nothing like it. "'ree.. can afford to farm one acre of land.G. DUg.STORE. If thc money of Wall street can dominate v i
walls were co\'e Truby, Sternburg at Htarko Drug Company's : W. YOUNG, existInpartIet it can and will dominatethe
bottles, 50c and $1. 5 third party. The united alliance has f.1
and vines, flowers J. W Hodges has a large Horse Sheer, Black and Tin Smith etc., and does command the sympathy and respect

T1AIT The tables were clothing that' he is bound at Hampton. jnl8 STARKE, FLA. of the politicians and the average O.
'
T \ .& lIIitwia Mesds. Truby, Call and see it. Monday morning a colored section monied man 0( the country .and ,with
zee Webb, and S found nearly dead in the section their aid and determined stand on your
Misses- OLD 'RIP TOBACCO. Hampton; brained with a cold, part all will be well. .
sisted by He expired in the evening. His Unparalleled Bargainsin An effort will! be made in Florida it* .
Wall, Coonie He'll chew this brand who Pete Carter. The murderer is succeed by.the aid of the negro vote. If V

varez and Myrtie tried before, negro, John Williams. He is yet you wish to negroi2e yourselves your

family and state,the opportunity u .
: custume of the And having bought it one, New Laces offered. should your feel recreant to a high -
of New Veilings,
number back for more. Democratic Convention. and solemn duty did I not sound this note

*, justice to the Sold by Truby, Sternburg & C democratic convention is call New Hamburg Edging' J. GASKINS of warning. 11
New Swiss Embroidery
L.. ,
the support of at the court house in Starke on U. W. Loso.
wants to New and
J.. W. Hodges Mitt Glves
poused uy the S. Augmt 11th. 1892 for the pur Ladles'Under DEALER IN Strength'and Health.
Call
-- -- Vet
for new"goods. senator from the
nominating one
room .
& Medicines are'no and
; New Belts, Drugs If you > feeling utrong
WE ARE CLOSING OUT.. Over his[ bargains torial district,.two members of healthy try Electric niUflr Itlagrippe ".

$, You arc rather in danger of being left The Japanese and election a new exec- Ms'Crts. Starke. FIlL has left you weak and weary, use Eiec- .

_:, ".4i joa don't hurry up. AVe haven't anyjUae ning was not only Try our cigars, we have. the countv are. entitled The :election to the following districts. V Glass Hlr ware Tin o ware Wooden wa- Physicians' Proscriptions' on Iris liver Bitter stomat-h This and remedy Money acts*,directly gently _

;; "to lose neither have you. Within I but a very. assortment. w the city. of delegates: I Crockery ware Umbrellas, Sud Uaivfuj Compounded a:hour*-da* ornigftt 'aiding .those organs ,to perform their
netting
#!4Y a we rcust close out our stock of ladies dollars. The Truby, 8ternbnrg .- No. 1, Lawtey 10. Hosiery,Shirts and Under Sh Bd. ) V fonctiods. If you are afflicted with sick .
1.'- I: ods. It isn't a-llme for letting four decorated with 2. Lake Butler. 27, ten Collar a Ce Pe.I headtrtbo, you will rind speedy and per-
$'i i.mer! g I ARCTIOCADY relief taking KleclrlctiUt
in I umbrellas and fans, II 3. Palestine. 9. ad Forks 14,000 a jnanent by
tf: little thti big things stand Japanese lanterns : Sun convince that this Is V
, ;? gs or 4'Providence. 11, which cannot b enumerated here, [ One trial wUl you
t, .|w I'; it I is a time for,taking the bull by fine appearance. a ortmentsnd lowest pnces 5. Pine Hill. 13. will be offered at prices Dee heard j STORE the rnmgdy you.;. neat!. Large bottles
& dressed and Sternburg & .. 50cTrt Starke Drug Company drug .
only
"i i horns The thing for us to do Is to .Truby; 6, Slarke. 23. I of in the Uotory of Starke. .
for hungry C
ti -
things store. V _ V
41 7.
jit and buy I & C. 7. Hampton, and secure some of them before|
',"" worth your"while to buy was presided oyer Write to the P. recommended that primaries be Come C. B. ENSEY, Bu'kl n'. Arnica Salve. V V

. Byindll .:ntt'ut to you means I lady in Japanese present Jacksonville, for market pric each district on.Thursdaj-, Aug | they a alce.New CORNER RAILROAD AND XA1X STREET, Tht best sive In the world for cuta. V:
As our pnaes go people were ship elsewhere bruises sores; ulcers salt raeom. fever V V
'J rates In us. fore you I 1892. York Auction Store. STMRKE..FLA.Vegetables .
AIJ.. / Here Lean un- one enjoyed_ : X. L. HIIL. .. .M. tetlercbappedhnda..cblfblMna, .
:; 4*'flU our pfi'fitgoes up. rates : No trouble to get your Ch'n' V Dem. Ex. Com. V corns, and all skin .eraptiAniLjuid positively '
'i .t .Dtl't enmhliiation I)f ruinous with the 1'. & ,cures putsor na psjftalredv It .
deal Dem.Ex Coin.
;: ,_7"._,. '' '4Wg: inducements: All citizens and [ when you! .. '1892.Jonss, CI'k ,Dissolution.of Partnership.The Candies Drinks.V Fruits tndSunuiner is guaranteed to give'perfeefor aeUma. V

1. r1uuea reduced from 15o to 10c&yd ment who stand change. -. firm of G. Drotshageo & Co. of money refunded: Price 15 cents per V
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:'it'::1.QsTisue3: 150 tolOc pimclplea of the anything' For Sheriff. Fla.. is dlre July 1, 1s92. COCO COLA:Nerve Tonic and CAM box.. For. sale by.W>II., Rivers'
.platform If are due Lwtey. Glanzmaon PAIGNEM18T.; V
1I't3aUeon: 80 to C'. cratic you )y announce myself a candidate 1 V Nothing IkTrytnglt ..VV VVTh
the ? ,
to merchan
meet the business
subscription -general '
,Laa 4. w. continues sIaogJwflLqutek1y V
6c c Line.
office of Sheriff of Bradford un- Agent for Mallory Steamship
.
\ GlDPuu 12)ct.Oi0Ct negday, July 2tlt.h. will .take oats/corn, fodder; disc-in her own name. She.will pay an : .s4laftone of tbu value nfcstuberlain's J.
,"= .. We Win the purpose of' or : chicken;;eggs or any ask the suffrage of Ihe'TO efi at debts of and collect all account du the ot8 1 Pain Balm for rheumatism M s> persons 11-
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Btrawhats club for Pine Hill toes, tunroff/and election' Respectfully, old*rlii. V G:DJUG. Rrpans Tabales care ,{trial. Give it a.ebsnce uid see how V .. ,J'T, "
and own .
parasols at your to cup y
want the will subside.
V other purpoPea.Si you H>AUSTIN. Mu GL.wty care quickly pain For. Mia .,
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\. > JCAPITAL. I" 6t '/o'cicckV hai! arrtyett_ 1t 1.!inr J.: Consideration- '" of.f the" civil A. : Street 'Sounds.
_." ; ... : the' poInt wuT. t sundry crrr DESTROYED Frach'JneraWatr. 1 .
( ."A "' 1 talseioq nh!5t b ill was rel ied' C&Iler-"Mercyl I What are t.e awful ,
': ., publlcflitdjtlttrn4cr: le'the I .' .
.spekefnIeehe ; l : ,Mohammed wonderful ye I lings and screeching the
n tbiaVPriiay n- .v was certainly a .
O': i CeslUflt'dock* l KOTES. St. Aim .In Iwrty man": .His commands drink street .
& ,. : p'rbeepeakcraaidjhit ,, against strong r -' -.
,
{ Speaker Crisp was the recipient of rOUUdad Ob don't know. Either 'a '
'
Coutr's I the house )had d'la .' have been ,obeyed and, hisfollowers'are Hostel-"I
ordeMubstituting
tJi from his col a aresult :
; .: totlq ets Edo" hearty congratulations le bj Fe. the most mad steer has broken loose and is goring :

: 1" : -": .t instead Monday, July 4th-and he day did l leagues and from his renominatiou his Georgia at friends Cor- .!_ in i the world.' But while the Turks are people to death, or else, school i out.'?. ,

.-,- ... MWK D.r.: i DAT WUBTLTS ..not' think it'within his power to declare Thursday dele by.acclamation.,,over TffVITI lOLLIOlT, LO83-T.O.- supposed t adjure wine, the spirit of ;
-4 '. recess. However, he ,submitted the DOI moderd enterprise ,has entered their ImprTnr.
}r, 'I. "M:. m: J 9, ::Question to a'TOte of the house. The The business of the two booses' of congress l D 01 BOK PEPL drowsy land, and the younger men affect ,Uncle you, learned, t 0

I a. mZ'c1: house decided, by a large majority, that is such now that by a little rush Aim.SOME LS Or & the French'language and cultivate what ride your new bicycle.'yet?" I

4 he,should not' and 'motions to suspend adjournment could be had within s seemed until recently like an insatiable Little Nephew-"Ko, sir, not quite,
,
7. p 1 .T-The."J1: the rules and pass bills continued. days and it is not improbable that the Dispatches from St. Johns; N. F., taste for French mineral water. but I've got BO I can fall off get- :

,>:.r ,I' .:. .senate silver speaker free laid before te Other. bills passed were: The railroad Aldrich resolution t adjourn on the 30th ,.tate that on Frdyllt; about I o'clock: It has recently come to light that somemonks tin' killed/] through
.tr' coinage will be Or
land adopted. p. of Hill, Bordeaux have been
forfeiture and the bill m near making
Lng's
grant grant- and completelyor
&* under the rules it wouldriJ The Ladies. ,finally ,
The house committee made caught fire and at the time was fortune mineral
in? the of Utah self-govern. coinage no a by shipping to Turkey a
> > n"eato\be committee on coinage, Territory The pleasant effect and perfect safety with you have $500 in cash.
: : >* mcnt.SATURDAY.. repori on the. silver bi Friday because blowing a strong'gale from'the north- water the white wines of southern
'> mights tod meksures: !Ir. Bland asked .-On motion of Mr. Blount of the absence of of its members' :west. Rain had not fallen' for three Fnc. The'example was followed by which ladies may use the Ca'.ifornia- liquid! That's what 1 promised you, no
that the
:': the committee'have leave t sit; during the house, on Saturday further ir-siste< favorable to the bill. The anti-silver weeks and the town,',buildings of wood, dealers, and last year it was laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all conditions matter how bad your casoor pf how

;l (; :;? swaiotjs of 'the boue To this I IequstMr on its disagreement to the senate amendments members declined to vote in committeeto except Water street, were extre'mely'in. discovered that Burgundy wine was finding makes It heir favorite remedy. To get the long standing, by the propretr of .
1 Tracy, of York.oLjet break and flammable The hi uses rapidly i its into the harems of sultan and Dr. Catarrh .
.- d nd4tooved the reference to the diplomatic and consular appropriation a quorum, as a consequence adjolnjg way true and genuine article,look for the name of Sage's

; :" S'thiornmitie on banking and bi bill, and another cnferenc action. Jhal to be postponed.The l caught and in Long's I pasha under the innocent name of 'mineral the California Fig Syrup'Co.,printed near.the Catarrh"can' be cured. Not with

,"I' ; Thejrbto resulted: 35, currency 114- was ordered. Mr. Bland, from the committee following young men in Georgia Hill was a sea of flames.. Human efort water. bottom of the package. the.;poisonous, irritating snuffs 'and

,,,.,no quorm-ad a call Ye of the nays house on coinage, weights and measures, have received appointments n cadets at were powerless embers to cope with hundreds. Tne women grew so fond of this water Webster, of Pottstown, Pa., to win awjger strong, caustic'solutions, that simply
Daniel
a Flying ignited I nnd evinced such a flow of spirits after
( hous.
i.ordered., One hundred a seventy-nine reprte the Stewart free silver bill the West Point Military academy: J. S. of ,ate a dozen angle worms. for.a time, or perhaps, drive
and palate
U the 'calendar. Mr. of Dixie G. A. John Jr. of yards to the leeward so rapid drinking it'that the .sultan, through his t
: their and placed upon Tracey Falley, ; to tho
jJl: eb responded t names, asked leave that the minority committee Rutledge; L. C. Colver, alternate of was the work of destruction that agent or consul at Bordeaux, ,causcd an Magara Falls Excursion, July 28. diseae lungs-but'witl
: ,j : of Mississippi, offered a there ,. & D. whose mazniflcent eicnr- Dr. Sage's Remedy.The
Ctings be was not time to haul down i investigation to be made. The C H. ;
: permitted to have its views printed, Earle D. Pierce, of Thomaton'; W. F. Falls,Toronto and the Thou-
: ; all leave of absence heretofore a sufficient number of houses sons: to Niagara worst cases yield to its mild,
The monks who had made such
;
'. and further asked that the report of the Little, of Louisville. a and Islands are always the banner excursion! *
.." .. granted, except such.s were, based majority and the views of the to make the fire break. The people seemed profitable business of this trade were summoned of the summer season, will run this year tromCincinnat. soothing, cleansing and healing properties -
the minority The Tin Plate Bill. '
it. on sickness of a representative or hi be printed To the The tin bill the paralyzed. Water' street was. reached before a French court and the Thursday July 28. The route wll The "Cold in the Head," needs
and
family, be revoked togethtr. plate as passed by .. o Michigan Centra.
sergeant-al
be directed latter part of the request Mr house Friday, provides that on and after by 8 o'clock. The market house, Com magistrate forced them to produce sum- rates from Cincinnati to re- but a few applications. Catarrhal

0; arms .of this order to and telegraph absentmembers their b Bland objected, fearing that it might October 1,1892. the duty on tln plates, mercial bank, Atbensum building, Temple ple of the mineral water. dollar tnrti will higher be $5.;and Toronto to Thousand and return Islandstand will bo return a- Headache, and all the effects of Ca-

immediate attendance in order request that result in.a_delay of, action oh |the:"mea tcrneplates and taggers' tin / be 1 per clubhoue the Chamber of Commerce The abbot made a clean breast of it $5 higher. Niagara Falls and Tornt tarrh in the Head-such as ofen.
pub
sure. was his intention he said to that and after building, telegraph building,.Anglican and declared, as he'rxhibied the fled tickets will be good .for five days
and
tic business cent'per pound, on breath loss
may not be delayed or obstructed I c Methodist collage vessels that sand ten days. Make your arrange sive or impairment
the
cost $500,000 IsLnd
for the want ofaquoruni. The take tbe'alest opportunity to have the October 1, 1894, tin plates, turneplatesand ; liquor was very m your vacation about this tmeand of taste smell and hearing -
p bill He had *" l Masonic temple and St. Patrick's On being asked why he, a godly man, join the C.,H.& D.excursion. There the senses ,
resolution objection'tothe tin shall be admitted free of
was adopted, and further proceedings n taggers all fell before the had practiced the deceit, he sad: : "It be pienty of sleeping cirs. For further particulars i watering or wcak.eyese'; .
under the call were dispensed I minority filing its views at any time. duty', It further provides that block,bar bal tame. addresi any C., H. &D. rgpnt or E.
with. The, Consent was therefore given to the.'mi.norty.t and pig in'shdl-be retained on the .free 8:30 o'clock uteride mercantile may nave been a deceit, your honor, but 0. McCormick G. P.&T. AgU Cincinnati, O. once relieved and cured.
then
recurred
question on :;filelts"'views. premises were attacked and shipping i it an honorable one., There have been In thousands of 'cases,'where ev"erytbing I
'
Mr. Herbert i
Mr. list, nnd- contains the usual rebate on hair there
Tracy's motion to refer head of human
the bill the In the average I
t began to out from the. piers to the a still are men who off water for failed Dr.
the conference the get pass else has ,
'tbe hairs.
committee on banking and report on drawback provisions in interest of are about 13,0 Sg's
currency. middle of the harbor. The Angle-Amer wine but we, far more righteous, have
naval '
bills. has '
The vote stood appropriation our trade. The lead ore billalso Remedy produced
Yeas foreign
: 33, nays 125-no i ican office became untenable given wine for water." MALARIA cured and eradicated from the perect .
telegraph
\ the house that by Brown's Iron Bitters which enriches its ;
quorum. It becoming evident that no passe by provides ores system cures.
about 8:50 o'clock and communication permanent
brines' could be transacted the house THE SEAT containing silver and lead in which the with the outside p. m.world, w-is cut off.- When the Best Speeches Arc Made. Acts the blo.charm tones the on nerves persons aids in general digestion. proprietors ,faith to make the ;offer. ,

adjourned. TUESDAT. In the value of silver content shallbe greater ill health, giving new energy and strength It's $500 a cure. :
senate, Tuesday Mr. The sea of fire which swept Water street or .Tey.mean
_.___ -' fe-the house Wednes- Berry called up_M.r..IIale'jresolution as than the value of contents accordingto rendered nil attempts at saving property I' Sometimes at a convention, when the 'Yayne% unty. lo-wa.tas n calf with only to pay you,'if they can't cure"you!
iy, Mr. Blanchard "ap the'conference to the'two policies of "protection" and sample and assay at a port of entry shall futile. hour is growing late and the reportershave ona eye no cars, and five legs. But they mean to cure you and
the river and "tariff be considered silver ores and as such shall home will rise and
report on harbor for and a delegate
I revenue only" addressee gone and
FLEEING FOR THEIR .,
_, bill. Agreed to. The silver bill c me the senate. The only other subject of interest be exempt from duty. LIVES make a speech worthy of Demosthenes l lo SICK HEADACE!lassiude.mlaria wee can Immediately they can ..
order The Homestead Matter. A few hundred people who had the temerity tnd that historian the will cured by Beecham'a Pills. q.-
up a a regular the pending question that occupied the attention of the daily press,
being on.Mr. motion to refer senate was a disputation in conference In the senate, Thursday, after the rou- to remain indoors fled to'th'e rear have no mention "of it. This happensbecause .I have found your Rradycrotine a sure cure 1

t the Tacys banking and I 'over the item inserted in the district tine t morning business, two resolutionsoffered and escaped aboard boats and schooners, papers must go to press some for headache." A. R. Hak.Mounta Peak, lip
appropriation -
All
that
'currency.' Lost: yeas 43, nays 158. bill by the senate appropriating Wednesday by Messrs. Gallinger were waiting swinging! to their lines .ime, and the next day the active tran- Tex ,druggists, ,tty cet .
ready to drop out of danger.: The air --- -----
The motion to .reconsider was made by $100,000 for the entertainment of the and Peffer, as to' the labor conflict atHomotead
)[r. Williams,.of Massachusetts, who Grand Army of the Republic at its encampment Pa., were laid before the sen was filled with blazing embers. The terrific as cold. One of the most remarkable' 1 Nature should be

voted in the negative for that purpose next September. There was ate. In the debate which followed, a fire swept Water street, which was speeches ever spoken by W.'C. P. Breck- : : assisted to throw

Mr.; Bland moved to lay the motion on about an hour's'iscussior of that question speech by Mr. Palmer was remarkabe) for l built of stone and brick, but those buildings b inridge, of Kentucky, was delivered ; S. S. S-- : ofimpnrteottel" .4 SLIVER
the to the advanced position taken by the Illinois fell almost as quickly as the woolen about 4 o'clock in the at
tble. Agreed ; yeas 157, nays 38. and finally ther was a vote on it morning a contention blood. Nothing ;
Mr; then moved its reference to) which showed majority of nine in"favor senator in maintaining the right of structures. The Atlantic hotel and custom in which he nominated for superintendent CURESHIURUL .

the committee on coinage, weights and L ofjnsisting on it. There was not, how factory and railroad employes to continuous I house, more than onehal mile from of public instruction the does it swell, so !

measures. After some time spent in filibustering ever, a quorum voting, but Mr. Allison, employment! at reasonably fair rates the stable, on the head Lng's hill, fell old white haired chaplain of his brigade. promptly, or so PILLS

a vote the chairman the of compensation. Mr. t 1 o'clock. Gal way whar tobacco After a long and session that Swift's
t prevent on motion of senate conferees, accepted Voorhecs'f storrry y POISON safely a DO 50T GUlPS HOB SICKX?. -
Crookin's Terra Nova
to the silver speech, on the same factory on premises like and those
bill
to the coinagecommittee the vote a sufficient indication of the speech came a glory, Specific. 6nr, cure for SICK :
Mr. :McCreary presented the sense of the senate on the subject an.1 a made up principally of an attackon foundry works, llackays stores and who were so fortunate as to hear it wi AC.lpalm loo.cu-H.

conference report on the diplomatic and further conference was agreed to. Seventeen the republican party and it policy of !' wharf, John Harveys never forget the impression it LIFE HAiD NO CHARMS. :-i .ttal organ*, remove The U, .

consular appropriation bill. Without private pension bills were taken high protection, to which ascribed 'extbsiv establishment, but no report of itwas made and the ,xlnetf. taa effect 0 Knesaudblde.
disposing of this report, the house ad from the calendar and passed. After a the crop of labor riots al over the coun factory, and the Costal Company'sstores orator could not write it out after he had For three years caused I was troubled with maari : neroo.Cu'c -
journed.THURSDAT.. try. He was by Mr. Hale and wharves were speedily thingsof delivered : poison,which my appetite ;
1
oren
brie executive session the senate at 4:3' replied it.-Memphis AppealAvalanche. I greatly reduced flesh, and life I w ur .'AcriOBU
ad I
who criticised w
.-There was no objection adjourDtd.WEDNEsDA converting a grave 4e'past.Signal for time caused lull in l ..... lot all its charms. I tried mercurial andpotash L Beautify complexion bJ pnrifrlns :
I Thursday morning by the house to the .-The conflict betweenthe mater as the Homestead conflict into a a a .1. remedies but to no I could L blo. Penny VIG&U .
question of partisan defended the storm, but the residents of the American Never Fails efect ii nicely adjnited torait ei.ue.ss on.pill can 4j
reference of the senate free silver
bill to( workingmen at Carnegie's'works at poltic I getno relief. I then decided try5S3IKSj iieTcrtwtooinuch.EaeJivialeontalinlz.earTtedinTeitpocket
the committee on coinage, weight and Homestead, Pa., and the Pinkerton detectives the republican party responsibility consulate, situated well up on the -- A few bottles of this wonderful RSS3 convenience., like lead pulL*Business than man's peat .'
; measures and it was s by the was called to the attention of thesenat for that conflict, and assumed fQ hill, was doomed also. The large brewery Sniffers-"Do you ever have hay-fever, medicine made complete and permanent All genuine b'n'1ar. 814a'1her
g <
speaker. Mr. Bland asked leave that the first by Mr. Gallinger, who offer- that party and its policy of protection and dwelling of John Lindberg, close i influenza, or anything of that kind?" cure,and I now enjoy a better health than ever. Send 2-cent lp. page bk 1p .;

cmmte.might sit during the session a for an investigation by the credit of building up such great industrial by, were included in the slaughter. i Bifer-uNo, I never had any trouble' ]. A. KICK, Ottawa, K OR. HAlTER BEDICIME CO.,St. ; .
Messrs. the establishments us those at Homestead Having expended its fury t the eastwardwh'en w once. On that occasion i
houe. Tracy and Xii committee on education and labor; DR7S. C;. PARSONS
gore objected. Mr. became indignant and afterwards by Mr. Peffer who and Bethlehem, Pa The resolutions there was nothing more to destroy, i it leaked about a gallon.t Our book oil Blood and Skin Diseases I ,.

Band
The he had been delayed appointment of a select committee proposed were referred to the committee on the fire began to edge northward, up the "Eh When was that? mailed free. EMALE REGULATING PILLS ;

;: bil by fi ibustering, and I of three senator "of different contingent expenses, and are. sure to be slope on which the town is built. C'och- One evening when I went to a party SWIFT, SPECIFIC Co., Atlanta, Ga.: Made /women and the ;

he hoped that the committee on rules,. political parties" to'inquire into the existence .reported back, for action, and, rane street leading from the government ind forgotmy pocket-handkerchief.t diseases peculiar to her sex.
would report back speedily the resolution. of employment of Pinkerton perhaps, for further debate. Several bouse harbor, the town's handsomest -Ntw York Weekly.Did ,They regulate the mentrnsLflow .::

N referred i by him Wednesday granting detectives since their first e in amendment were also referred-one thoroughfare, fell a victim, only stI are safe and re-,

-- the committe t on coinage, weight and I the United States; how they appearance are organ.ized 'suggested by Mr. Allison, to make the a few dwellings at the top escaping. The n't Go to .Annty's. yearsandcurealldischarges liabl$4iava .been sold tor'f.j,

meaure to sit during sesions how, for what purpose and by special committee consist or seven senators Methodist church on this street also ee and ;nf"mmlto 0(
of the house Mr. McMillin, from the whom employed, and what legislation ; one by Mr. Pascc, as to wbether caped. St. Patrick's hall, owing to Aunty'I feel real provoked to think 0 womb. t ;<,

T committee on rules, reported a resolution is necessary to prevent their further illegal the use of a private armed force is not in bravo efforts of the Christian Brothers, that you and your mamma were in town Sold br dggit. and. 'i

providing that Friday : use and employment. Both resolutions violation of the constitution; by Mr. whose schools were established therein, the other day and went to a restaurant Flower" \ sentbyznail.

treated as suspension shal. b. were laid on the table without action Quay, to broaden'the scope of investigation was for a long time considered safe, but i instead of coming to our house to din-. I I:; 'Prce $i.oo. 4

Wttson. of Gorgia inquired whetherthe to be taken up Thursday. The sen. by extending it to other states, and such hopes proved vain. ner. Why didn't you come ?" I Physician" tells how Dr.to 8 C Pars"E&iiil4 well

modify his resolution ate bill to increase the pensions of those by Mr. Chandler, as tOthe. merits of theoriginal Then supreme efforts were made and Little nephew-"We was hungry I" c I I am Post Master here and keepa 400 pdges, wel keep For.pant;
iudratd
& that two night sessions should be who have lost limbs in the controversy. Mr. Call offered a successfully to prevent the fire from Store. I have kept August Flowerfor pfsl inorato fe 1;

: ordered for next week for the discussion i service the UnUM States distinct resolution, which was referredto creeping across to the Mercy convent, Wake Up. sale for some time. I think it is cf charze, address with a
of the bill. Mr. and of will add the judiciary committee, as to whetherthe which if attacked would have been the Yes wake up to the danger which threatensyou DR. 8. C. PARSONS, Haraanab. G. ..
i $700,000 to a splendid medicine. E. A. Bond
subtreasur McMihn \ if kidneys and bladder are inactive ...... ...._... '
of urmed f.rce cause of the destruction of Marks thetown's your .
employment a private .
delned stating that mb the pension charge-was passed while or weak. Don't you know that you to P. M., Pavilion N.Y. RIPANS .' .
treasury bill was not yet before the the house bill to pension survivors of Indian i is not an act of treason and the levying fashionable quarters, composed of Impel them to action, 'i fai or The stomach Cent reservoir.. purify the lyel a bowels SAd ef.,; .. .
The resolution was adopted without ob. wars, was, after its provisipns beingconsiderably of war agninst the United.States. pretty cottages and substantial d welnla diabetes awaits you? Use Hostetter's Stomach ectnal. Th blo. general btmUrZ '
f IB the house Mr. Gates of the The church in without delay. .It has a most If it fails, everything fails. The "medicine known for BiHouaneaiZ .
jection. Mr. McCreary, of Kentucky, extended, recommitted to committee Congregational beneficial effect upon the kidneys when sluggish .. Dnpeottt, fow
called up the conference report of the the committee on pensions. The con on judiciary, reported back the borhood could not be saved. Another and upon the bwe11ver,stomach aud L liver, the kidneys, the lungs, the a Br. Head. Mental cho.Heariirarn.toa*. .4

diplomatic and.. consular appropriation I ference report on the river and harbor resolution for an investigation a to tho gallant stand was successfully made at nerou system. heart, the head, the blood,then n.e5 I .. (J Dpf... S&uiu ':"

: bill. The report was opposed by Messrs. bill wus'agreed ,to and a concurrent resolution 'character of the employment of the Pinkerton Bawling cross at the head of King's In France it has been demonstrate that all go wrong. If you feel wrong : Ip 01 c CoI.

____ Blount, Bjltler, McMillin, Holman and L for adjournment "n the 20th forces at Homestead, ra with an road. poor office, a large woodea vaccination is.beneficial sutern look to the stomach first., Put that .tO perform theli' b t Im.1 PUI&D oe-t
Outhwaite the of amendment providing that investi- structure, weat of the,range of Military from glanders.BBOW&'S e over.eattogare bet T1b ABUEa ,.
opposition being against July was offered by Mr. Aldrich and i < right at once by using August: o i I : $
the appropriation of f 6 ,OOO for the pay-. referred to the, committee on appropria gation, together with the investigation road was guarded, and if this could b Iron Bitten cures Dy8v pfaMala Flower. It eTRPASCJItAO 1. SpS.Y... ,
:c of the United States tions. The sundry appropriation ordered by the resolution was adopted saved that fashionable boulevard wn ri*. Biliousness and General > assures a good appetiteand ....... Wa.te JIGHTY 1...,. .... L., -
I
.
Strength aids Or civil digestion. .1 .
I for the expense of a preliminary survey r bill was' reported by Allisou, who before the adjournment of congress, a safe creates appetite. The bt tonic JorNun good ;l';

: for a intercontinental railway. The op. gave notice that he wou'd ask the senate subcommittee of the judiciary committee The firemen by this time were pretty Mothers weak wpmen chdren

y position prevailed and the conference, to consider it Thursday. The senate bill Laving the inquiry in charge may sit well exhausted, but intelligent action on To make themselves plump. Trkis women KILLER

: rpor was rejected-yeas, 104; nays, to declare lands containing phosphate during recess. Adopted. their part and that of scores of spirited Bat rose leaves fried with !
JkcJCatcher"
.
m deposits to be mineral ,lands and to be young fellows, manning roofs and fighting TATE or OHIO UITT or ZOLXDO, !Fly KWe Every rt.wffl .
SUSPENSION'DAT.-Friday being-un subject to the disposal under the mining the fire, proved victorious. Two- LUCAS COCKTT )I t. kill a quart of 1ea 11 deth while jon M'
f. 'I e : der special order of the house laws 'thirds of the business part of the town Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is th quiet when yo rea and the comfort of a II J
was passed. Aftet an executive the ,
suspension senior partner of the firm of F.J. Cheney & mori. Gt Dute.s and secure best teeulta '.4
I day, Mr; Shively, moved to suspend I session, adjourned. BLOWN TO ATOMS. and one-hal of the entire town and Co..doing business i the City o Toledo : DVTB.DBUG Co

the rules to pass the tin plate bill. !tr. THURSDAY the senate Thursday t of the value of the town will County,pay and the State sum aforesid and each and every 1X S1' '' -

( Dalzell demanded a'' second, which was Mr. Plattvfromthc, j judicar committee Powder Works Explode-Over One ha been oblterate. case of catarrh that cannot b cured Dy DO NOT BE DECEIVED Plao's Remedy for Catarrh is the.j '

'. ordered-108 to 0,,, the republicans refus reported back the bill with Hundred Lives Lost. I is positively that one man use of Halls Catarrh. Cure.- J. t wltta the hffluls.Jttstes.Injure Enamels the iron, and, Pint wblclt Best.Easiest to TJse.'and Cbeapest..L ..IC .;f t

ing to vote in. the. of breaking a the statement that the committee had a six children pershe but it is Sworn to before me FNJ COE. ,The fusing Sun Store Polish Is lirtlllant,Odor ATA R R H '}
hop from San Francisco i : 11M.Durable,and the consumer pays lor no tin 5';
> Dispatches state that when
y II I- quorum. Hal an debate, which been unable to agree upon a report, two thought excitementthat presence,this 6th" day of December' .,:8' or glass package with every purchase. ,I I$5TO '
_t that an explosion occurred at the Giant subsides it wilt be -A- Sold by draggiats or sent by. .
followed, of interest, except I members of the committee having been now prevails { } A W.GLN SOc. E.T-Hazemne,Warren, Pa- J,"
? when Mr. McMillin in and Judson powder works, near West found that the loss of life is much greater. jazALV. "
supporting the abseut and unabe! to attend its Nor _r.... *kf
Pbfc.
meetings. $ i5 ;
bill referred to the Berkley, Cal., shortly after- 9 o'clock Ha's Catarrh Cure is I U. "ltl T. 'Fltz era1d
occurrences at Home They believed that the dealing in Agricultural on the blood and PATENTS D:V..":
surfaces
I stead. These occunences,he said, showed I products by persons who did not Saturday morning, destroying the works of the system. 'Send for testimonials mucous,free. p ,..ache lry good.Ublcwan_ew,.omllklnilJormetal eto. PUlol eb !ktree., "?, -

that the present tariff instead increas have the owi.ership of them was a great find much property for several miles KILLED WHILE SLEEPING. -Sold by F.Druggists J. CHENEY, 75c.& Co..Toledo, O. boo**.with.pxxU folil.lllTeror DMdlni DIehL plaOaf.Nonperlcaee.BO.a"No ci hal.E". A. N. IT.- ... ..... Tmtyghtl-. :51
around. Five shocks e II .
were felt in San ,
-I P: ing the wages of labor, bad bench evil and injur which ought to be
_ mcj by the republcan, had a decreed L remedied if there was any power under .anciso within a few minute, the last Horrible Fate of the Occupants of a The Only One Sfrer Printed. self IT and ISA family DUTY to yon get owe the your-best -

___: the Did any deny itt Mr. Dalzell, the constitution to remedy r, but they of terrific force, shaking Pullman Car.A CAN YOU Kin THB WORD' value for your money. Economize W, L DOUGLAS, .
buildings, a number of walls There Is a 3-inch display advertisement In in your footwear by pnr- .
most de were unable to either the cracking this 4
Pennsylvania emphatca1y agree upon terrible accident occurred at Memphis paper th week wbch has no two wordsalike chasing L. Douglas Uhoea, .
again th 5' house bill rr o'hcr bill. Believing and breaking plate glas in buildings.The same is true of which represent the best value FOR ;
decared any of tho Tenn., in the Newport News and L each appearing each from foprlee.a.keda.thousanda 7.ii'f
of labor Sad 'however scene explosion is twelve new one week. The 3 ". .
wage again and that the mat r ought not will testify. $ SHOE $
i Francisco. Mississippi depot at 5 Dr. Barter Medicine Co. 'TMs house places a .
miles from San
I again. Dalzell entered a denial, supplementing to be longer dil-iycd in the committee The Giant Valey.raiload Crescent" on everything they make aud IT TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. \CENTLEMEN, ,
it with Powder works were completely destroyed. o'clock morning. A stone re. publish Look for it, send them the,,name -
the declaration that thegentleman he tie bill back without
reported of the word and THE BEST SHOE IH THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. "
did know One hundred and eighty men, principally taining wall twenty-six feet high fell I they will return you BOOK '- t: : !
not what he recomthendati Ip
was any n except that it be SAMPLES FREE. r' A genuine
sewed ,
without a moment's warning II LBOlB ... .. shoe that vciU not tip fine calf seamless J.
iIj.
fri' : talking about. McMillin' referred the placed'on the calendar for early consideraton Chinese, were employed there. It (rahinJ ; .. smooth Inside,flexible more prtaMe.styllWi and durable thai'.
z' to the Mr. Mr. Washburne notice is now believd 104 persons were killed, on to the tracks below. Six passenger --ti- .;-, :. any other aha ever sold as the z1cs.. Equals custom made stewscosting ,.',
by "
gntemal gave from S4 to$3. '*< .
staementmade cats were wrecked, two of them Hood'sSarsaparilla i
three white being
The
; and address the senat on'tho including men. explo- OX.and, 85 Hand-sewed,flno calf shoes.The mortistyJI*.
added that it sion set the adjoining buildings on fire, completely buried under the thousandsof -,, lv. easy and durable shoe ever sold at these prices. Theyequat -
: was the who and would theblllfor.actioaiat V
gentleman did subject Monday floe
: imported
shoes
from
: cal up tons of rocks. One of these costing S3 to$12. ; -.c 1
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i not know what he*was talking about. a'n early:"day; Conference and owing to the danger of additional cars was Cured me of Goitre or $3 SO Police 8hoe warn by farmers and all others wb.- ;,,
Dalzell explosions, no one ventured near the the Pullman sleeper Swannanoa in which _- ,L a want a good heatyoalt three soled,extension edge.
responded that be undertook to reports on the Indian appropriatloilbill Conductor Hogan of New Orleans Con. swellings in the neck _'i .:. easy to walk la,and will keep toe feet dry and warm. .:.
; satisfy any fair and 'intelligent man' jn the military.academy bi I, the leg's- works t stop the progress of the flames. ; ,- whlchlbadfromlOyears \ _-__'ct. ductor J. K. Hunter of Chicago and i J s a will I emor.weartortb. .* miIe-
the white known to have a money tbaa 70&her
men ;
the that the unfortunate affair lative bill the Among old till I was When I
ruMs
_ hoU.
at appropriation pastoftice colored 5 They are for service.- The Increasing sain Bkow that wwlogmen *-, .
Homestead had nothing to do with the appropriation bill and the bill approvingthe been killed are Wallace Dickenson, Ch.s. porter were asleep. The sleepr began takinl Hood's Sarsaparilla .' hare found this out. -- .\* ': "*-' .
tariff Canburdy; and John Bow. The boyof was smashed fiat. Never wa RflYQ1 S2.&nd Yontl 81.75 8ckel 8h*.. *
feeling
question. Mr. McMillin retorted funding act of Arizona, were pre. \ was 5 worn by tho boys CTerywhare. ThvaasMsrries*
that the republicans bad promised tuat sented and agreed to. The senate then a Chinaman was found on the railroad complete a wreck.It discouraged with goitre L able shoos sold at these DeL _' '.* --_ ; ...r

wage would be Increased. That. this proceeded to the consideration of the track half a mile from the works. Theremains will take two or three days to reach and rheumatism. When LA D I E S' 83 Shoes Hand for Misses- .are'2.S0'than4n Doa IsoTa
of a boy frightfully mangledwere'fonnd the bodies, and until then it will not be I caught cold I could not or file Calf, ''
Promise had not been fulfilled as sundry civil appropriation bill and disposed -' as desired. They are very stjrlisa::
the win. known how'manyare dcai. The cars walk two blocks without fortable and durable. The S3 shoe.eaual e stom
F bad been near scene. Every t'
.shown, and the of about half of K Then after JUTS. I
republicans A Sutelnd fainting. Now lam free shoes costing from (4 tofVLadles wbowHH to eow-
side tracked
i> were sensitive when tho failure short executive session, the senate, at dow in the countyjail At Oakland ,,a were so no passengers were from it al can truly recommend Hood's v- mlze In their footwear are finding this out.'4 m"
broken the All windows aboard, but the conductors had two ANNA c7 UTION.-Dewareof dealers substltattaKsbcout ,
by explosion. I ,
was commented If the 5.15 o'clock ns St7HELND
upon, gentleman adjourned.FjuDAY.ln"the friends apa" W.Douglas'name and the price stamped P>bOttIIJI.
them who
from Pennsylvania desired to maintain senate Friday, Mr.. in the residences in the town of West; visiting were seen in : .ASK FORU. U I..aJUVU fl flitLA U' SHOES., Such substttntons are fraudulent and nt> e'H52eO\
broken -and several build. the car late as midnight by the yafdwatchman. HOOD'S PI'are'best after-dinner Trwantld tloa br IIIV tor obt81Dlnc JDOney UDdf' false .
that the ; Berkley were for ,,
prme had teen fulfilled, why Hill introduced a bill changing the date They headache. .umle ID YOWl"place send direct to Factory, stating kind Ii,
Their IIIs 1."slst cure "tze"lwl
not
had he up and done eo when ha for the dedication of buildings of the I Iworld's ings are reported destroyed.The names are known chants where Posfl1Jre I have fre."in no dye xrlupire pate to ioe dealers .- ..'.
a&cnt.Write
hfl( Daaglas Brockton.
Giant powder works located ,
- had a opportunity to Dr. Dalzell Columbian exposition from the arc -
_ 2; replied that ho had not talK so he 12th to the 21st of October 1892, and at Point Isabelle and Highland, near their bodies may he in tbe'car. The Young Molher! -----

te had believed that there was bcue man so after a statement by him as to the reasons I Stege,and comprise five buildings and wall was 500 feet l long, 26 feet high, 5J
feet thick at the base and '
the Oi these buildings the 2J at the top. .
4 for the bill and I
mean a to gloat over the dying men atHomestead. one from Mr. Cullnrn L magazines.
McMillin retorted that any assenting to it, the bill was passed Mr- acid and nitroglycerine works were de- The masonary consisted of blocks! 21} _\ .Softty toI4f9 DIAHQNn '. -
man who accused another Quay said that, in the discussion of. and at least one magazine blown I feet square. Three hundred feet of the f3fotr. CYCLES
'stroyed CU
!
-ky gloatng' ; buildings not immediately wal fell, pushed out from the center b: 1 For Ladiss ana Centa.iz tiin, '
over the affair at Homestead Thursday on the troubles at Homestead ; R1 Jn Pnaumatic
truthfully accused of falsehood. Tf t r re p _, severe reflections had been made on destroyed took fire., The loss on tn'e,, unusual bulging quantity of the of rain.eaitb, caused by the "MOTHER'S FRIEND"JBoft &:wkI.f:3Mwi: A I Diainontt Fram Cushion. St,*l Drop an Forging Solid Tires., st..i -.. -

; : dialogue did not last over half. a th.ee Carncgb Iron and, Steel Compa. property will be great. of its I TubingAdjustable BaH B srinn to ill running part; --

but it was half ,a minute of a good deal ny': held in' his' had> &. acommunication j i ITS TERBIFIC-FORCE.. '. .C1.. ., S a'.e [I including 1CQ7 Psdals.man-Su GRADZ p niio>i Saddle. '
of excitement and from'11r.. k man-: ia EvenParfeulas. -,
at its the windows
cnclusion The explosion shattered: all 1 S.id
; HIGH WATER' IN I cents In StiWfor
tin plate bill was passed-yeas, 207 r; ger, of the' Carnegie, work which he :over San Francsc blew in skylights, MISSISSIPPI :_.1C.b1eo"Me'n.usual In such Prel'1\C IleskCat..rLii. .IOCTS of *ku_,__.!, Raolveri ut 1OO-i, Sport3a'illastrated Osed.,ut st I
.
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niys, 56. Mr. WhiLing, of Michigan 3'v thought, in fairness t company, broke gla caused people' to ; .1._la 1 C-l: JOH HP.LQVEUL ARM 3 CO.,Mfr .
:., moved to suspend the rules and pass thfc should be printed in T Recor and he rush into the streets a though an earthquake Dig Fearful. Daag t Crops and '.b e k ppou np'o ,
lead and ore After W asked that consent it .' tp bue
bU. resources ( hae 1 convulsion. was'about to turn W, VIthe. CO.
for had been exrLaustedby printe. Mr.,Peffer objected, arid Mr: ..-.buildings about their"eats. Co A Meridian, Miss., special dispatch oi .AU.ILDJE1LTB. ,

the f republcans under the I nt to the clerk's desk and .had I Bteraton' was itill at its height ->,h-. ,Saturday says a ninety-foot bridge acrossOkitibccha I ATLNTA JBUGI' t
41. lead of Messrs. the read the Press interview with creek on the Alabama '
Burowa nee ASiociate 'ther two more a lilt > and *
_ _j :& motion to suspend rules and pass bi Mr. Frck. means it became less severe than the sbock one 1 a 1 Vicksburg railroad, five miles from Me . *..e. ? _. WINSHlFiACHINli

'as agreed to-yen, 16i naI,62. M. part proceedings of the seat nnd just' been f lt Glass rattled icio ridian, was 'swept";away Friday by the .

Efc Reed immediately roe his feet was entitled to publication in R.,the', stt al over the city, freshet, together, with several m:le oi .Tutt's Tiny Pills* I _jI-; I..? ATLANTA CAr : ii
tv' motion.to adjoura, but the ord. Mr. Qui said, however, : and Under the most favorable circum '- |
speaker recognized h, ,, a -according 'tuck L ,(; : fesouth.
.. Mr.' Whitiog for motion t.u.; WQuld telegraph for a statement. >on t. / ,to their ate.buiding cme near, cotlAp1ug.1Icn.in the road could not be rendered eda.t. .ti 1.IC.. Cotton Gins M Cotton PresselUpPaekla

pend the rules and pass the bill limiting part oitbeworkingmen.la: order
to $100 the value of ..wearing' appU1 I counteract the effect of Fck'. statementMr. _alarm station were sure th / The orteter bridge 'over Sandy 1 .; .D. S 4 inches and 5 Inches Self-Paeklna diameter., Stwlft eTIw
h ch may hi admitted free nf Ptffer tent to the : desk and tat. tctur creek shaky and will 'o-3& PrkPI i.Y- ,p Our Cotton Gin with Hew -'
was going to 1 very likely go ... .: .: .:. e' '. Patent* Revolving I
had read clap .
then communication Straightens
published ;
the
Mr. Heed.to'more a
speaker recognized i the shock can : :when it is down. The Alabama Great Fibre and thd It
% &a jouDDt Lost-yeas 20. Filthy morning's Post over the In.tu know it was distinctly felt at bar wuhout. north 'of" Suther DO YOU RED ADVERTISEMENTS : manda the Wghea feffi l8111510'110 *1 ,

nays, 181, Id te t suspend of F. 8. Smith, giving the labor B -mentoeighty miles distant, and S. ) ha s te'city. Te ** "WAXy'KXD OUT. Gins- ALICTHE XATEST,niPROVEMEXTS. -
riou
,the rules and pass the bill 'aa Igree to tic question ia the matter of wages.SATCRDAT. .' windows ,are cracked at Napa and othei ) north and south of here wuhont no ,fofpJtofor.l4lot Toe5iitwbo HieatlOKia ,.ou..naper anti uk' furnished,Wlth ,RavdlvIrfrHeada when wan ,,,

---1)yi) wItut a division, amid genera 8P .-A further conference .was points along thfe by' shore twent C trains .running.: The ,creeks and rivet ..1 .. .1 mont, ,pr. -- waiva i as.AitDrRoIs: -4 -
In the meantime ordered the consular r .lheDarltf..10,1
.t plD., ,_ on diplomatic and miles frt the scele ibe explosion. are- !ero.Dg! !0P being fe!oyed. A,.._ the Word). .lulli" 8IIORTII'

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