Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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:\? -Um-u.IUFOBD. he"It was the day they burled fag his turn to be operated upon. The ..THE ROSE WOULD BLUSH. wblc'"i they gladly accepted and rctaiccd, Janet printed# a light kis3 on her sister' 4if1wE FLOuID4':.. '
and Wantha Colonel
Tf I but look Into those Captain also
glorious i! i, brought one of ,
Tes *- the men and been able! to brow and Lou continued '
'- 'And feel the clasp of that dear Land of thin. brave, fine gentleman he I aboard to take care of the All through the swee.brLght sprtnthni whereby they earn. tripped away.
Tu.."&y good rRvlatJou dies and tried, to comfort is, msame long to the Major on the I a scanty support for themsel ves., walking slowly to and fro, and her fact ; "
me passage Ohio, and eat dreamed of a perfect day
for an tBstant I a him
L.L:-.M4 Imagine you are mine.floknow .'It is a small thing to do for half nn hoar. That would come the world in summer, After three years Of this hard poorly had the marts of n deep sorrow. leIs of the State (Gi&eALItJandofll. "J'-, 1 1ud

,. I wou ld not grieve you but In your distress,' he said, 'but one in "You must stay here with The t remunerated labor, their benefactor "If that b to be the outcome of ou -, .
ya me, ross would blush red
',;:,oJ.nd z: "I trr&ll to alone think in jvrlmpa silence bear'tis for my tho painBut best- It freely. Wit that he took you a a great tae writhed Charles,"in said Brandon, while his face The sky would be with on sunsiiina it spray; brojght them news one day of some riches," she mused, "it-Would bare been pmgrpcJ' P ';.'';. .'"

; ,on, I'm wCLryof this wild bis his pocket and pain from his stiff and torn btght good fortune that bad befallea them. better for to bas remained poor for '. .:,:._ "
unrest.PMry u .
them That I ,
.f't:1' to gave shoulder.. Such affection and familiarity never I shaddw kn3wj A ',' :., ;r=
rich had aied Mexico
uncle in
( of tLla('('lLile ; m, endless dreaming "I burst out crybig how had grown tip between these two kindred The bird by its nest be singingIn leaving ever. A colored woman committedHOligan Ute >'; > ':... -
.4 lJ -Of *uturiHliat alas! it. "To ; could I help his entire fottunc to his sister's children, Through the succeeding days kept 1" !1
cannevt'r be. think spirits through tot herself in'J.
;""Jl wonder do understand that Wally almost "days of battle and nights the joy of a dream come tru. recently by throwing ,,
yoa my meaning, you on false hug of red and the efforts that had been from Robert Birtoa h a) .
that through '
suspicion they A away a front of a traia'a'
called like moving
:J JV-nmtfrom: eeot thoughts or I 1 said. always each day a fhwlessjewel- I "
am not "Do not other by the Christian trade to find the two foster She slipped out alone long .
11 l. : tree. f speak ot It, said he; and his name. "Don't Perfection's S31 ani sign- orphans, a possible. a rr' .
", 1;' ce was not a bit mid me, old fellow; 1'n get along and sister of their father had been discovered rambles id the fields, or shut herself up
angry sad ; There'd
'Tli mug to love you I hold ; only and i be n.ithinj miss or mourn for L. Malloj caught 102 pounds of
you. so amto
leave t A
dear kld you and the boys here of the State and in her thus Janet free to
in the northern room"
| 5a w-* Wrong! to linger fondly by your side; this dreadful In this perfect day of part leaving out of the -Wacissa in twodayfjwhich
J I yfjft3. ? brought $19.-Weekly Con'.muton :'
And 1\1&h\ that ere loved I had says Yr. 'oulr. .
you died. 'much Brndon; and as "All right, I think," replied Smed'.ev.! Days came that were full ef beauty} the1 tn o girls to corns at once and make Yet Lou was not happy. Unconsciously .

; money in my hand as the Captain .Nelson's advance is already is And all the world was gay, their home with her. she had learned to love Robert her -: '.

I CAPTAIN had.i4Let coming; we'll turn the tables up; Boel m But always something was lacking "How grandly fortunate." Janet had self, and a earnestly as she tried t placd There is abundant room for"one hundred .

SMEDLEY. 'You can't me Ret advise )'ou a ltte,' he Bnid. ham to-morrow. Keep up jour he.>rt, Gri- To make the perfect day. cried when the good tidings were made hint out of her heart she could not. industrious fishermen in Cedar Key,
along in mountains ; all will be well with ou. Is the sweet midsummer music known them. "It's One when month had
'ith these little children wound J your I to ood-by once night, : pus says the Gulf Coaster. The ,demand for

teeter j. gone. Take now their pro- Rather painful" There would suddenly come 1 jar. and for all to that miserable! little shop, she walked alone on the lawn. Tber fish is greater than present can
them said the (U fet
,A.; .,,'. S Knoiville; there are Union aown to ace.I see that doctor Major, with a grim- A blot on the roses' brightness-- and as soon a we can get a few decent was a sad yearning in her and sigh supply. "
people there getng: sql -
: 4; '; who 'i gladly help you, when they here; he'l be welcome when begets nearer to Something t spoil or mar. things together we shall take the train escaped her. The next he ",.pz

::: !!; ,Romance of the Civil a learn your 6tory. Go to'-anl he thought me, nippers, and all. How many But I hell t my faith ani waite.1 for good old Aunt Barton's." hand was imprisoned in s'strong but tender Thd 'Florida Mirror sajs-: T St.

, .. ...'. have minute-"Hs told : SQ tQ Miss. Uay. whom I lost of our- bravo fellow ao you snppose we The crowning day of the year, "But whit is to bccone: of dear old grasp,and !looking up wit-i I' little Mary's river is becoming 1 with

1. "' War. _with you alxmt. She 'sill advise .? Without sight or sun 1 of sorrow. Uncle Dunkin Lou asked cry she saw Robert Barton bending over water noW that logmen who he.had.

?"E'j- you have you will and befriend yon. The money "There The Colonel looked very jrave. At last I thought it here. "Oh, I don't know, I'm sure. He her. logs accumulating for two years and more .
l. last long are more than hundred
1,.;_." "I meant to do as I he time., kept put.I ; of course some of them a got separated missing How the rose glowed in the sunshine! cannot expect u to chain ourselves downhere "Louhe. said, "why are you s uu- the begin t see a chance t float them out in
ting it off. When I from the battalion and How to this life just tor his sake." happy sear
: BY MAJ. JAMES heard that you were haven't found it the birds sang in the tree t 'p
: i: F.
'," PITTS. left alone, too, I kew I must come; for it yet. But we los .hodly; I should say a What grandeur crowned the mountains! "Perhaps not, Janet, but I shall not She did not speaK, but her hand "

.. might be that were in need of the dozen killed and fifty wounded, and most What glory the leave him after all ha'j done for us.I trembled and her eyes were cast down. A recent "Washington dispatch states
; :', generous of the was on sea that Bullock succeeded ,in .
Mr. wounded Congressman
"- ,
, CHAPTER He's the help Brandon gave me. With pr toners. The day was a wonderful "Wel you can do a you like, Lou; "Lou," he continued, "I,too, am Unhappy -
X. good friend of all farewells passing in the by :
such I-he they separated pamSt '' unanmojconsent
as hou "
at and often of late I have sighed.Can't .
me going once. ,
: i and the other Smedley a tune of a Im
:.. AT KNOXVILBE. gentleman; they're fighting returned to the bivouac: of his t gold the bill extend-roT'the port of
.= '.$ That fall and winter passed; the spring for us now, they and the Clinch men, off command, which as gaining in numbers My heart was abrim with a rupture But was no need of any worrying you, won't'*you guess the cau.8 of Ferda the. privilege of the immedi

Was well advanced. The area of the somewhere on the Tennessee." by the anival of some of the men who No words have ever told! over Uncle Dunkin, for the very next my unhappiness? transportation of dutiable

', > i had widened; the armies of the opposing war: "Yes," interrupted young Dan, "and had lost it in the confusion of the moring's But, ah I a I breathed the fragrance day ho was found drowned in the river, "I cannot," ua lur lre1. at goods.

,. S forces were pushing to larger and broader when you get settled hero in town, I'm attack; but not three hundred, all From and the girls left the city within a week "Then I must tell you, he .
whose said.ul.
a rose time brief
: rifle battalion going J? find them and list with them." told, answered thut night to was I Latest fri quotations: Melons tc
fields. Our had joined the He rol-cal I read old and were whirled away to the North, is because you avoid me. Lu, $
0, Dan. don't! lay down on the eth's story $10 $3.50 to
advance the Tennessee only a some old per ; pineapples,
and You'r boy.
up upon the of the In through the great, open country, so full you, and I cannot be happy without $
men covered a sere leaf
t: .Im nearly him with blanket. yellow 1 $2 crate COc
first Sunday of that fteen proudly repliedtb. I ; plum
t April: was encamped young hero. With his head pillowed his of freedom and beauty, dotted here and you. Won't you try to learn to love pa" ge .
: with' its leading division beyond Pitts- on boots he -Eben E. Rexford.Janet's ; 50c per basket; -
His mother looked at him looked up at the sky trying to study out there with clean, sunny villages, and me? pr bet
- burg Landing. At Knoxville fair Alice sadiy, yet La $1.75 per buhel; onion, .
. ,Clay was nursing hope and living on the I with" pride, and finished her brief story. stars amid the clouds; ana, as ever, his within a few hours were safely lodged at "I cannot," she whispered, "I have $2 per pa $2 per barrel;

. few and irregular letters that reached her So. Miss, you eee ,it is only right that thoughts and yearnings took wing to Match Making. Mrs. Barton's dear old home-picturesque already learned." 75c $ptto .
JU should Vicksburg, to brick ben t
share this a mansion
from her patient lover. The cruel blow You need it money with me. wide veranda on the with a Oakview. He threw his arms about her and drew pr .. .- '
that had fallen upon that household or you will before this heights overlook Once the Lou had
in dreadful ing the river. during journey her to him.
! war is over. great The pangs of Lope- According to tha Marion Times Mr.
tho'tngical death of the only son and -, NE soft warn June turned to her and with her L'
I Alice less love returned sister, voiceso "ho
to criei.
torment "My
brother the "previous August had filled Clay was drawn to this sad, suffer him. What two "My pr"cim1 jewel, Green hes fifteen acres of corn that
with mourning, and had intensified the it;I'' ing woman and her little flock by her sim was she doing at that moment? Did shE ; young ladies soft and trembling, said: true child of nature I I am the most fortunate yield thirty bushels an acre. All who
ple jet touching narrative and the frequent ever think of him? Was he ever to weie s tting on the "Janet, how I wish good old Uncle in for '
bitterness of the parents to the Union her -1 of men winning you, you have seen it say it i the best they have
. The mention of her lover in terms again? He sighed as he thought, and ,1 long, vine-embowered Dunkin could have lived see this. I and .
causa. body was reclaimed from its I : o almost wished for.a t ac capable of love and feeling, you ever seen in Florida. The land has been
grave in the mountain wilds and interred praise. The family remained with her sodier's! death on veranda of.an old- should have enjoyed it more if he could will make mc happy always." And it cultivated forty years without any
day; she found place for them to the morrow to end his fashioned "
in the home cemetery, and on the day of such enjoy -, pain. have been with us. was so.-.CJtficago News. fertilizer.

I _.burial long account of all the circumstances lately known sleep that and night after as they had not, .heard In the darkness of that situation he One was a plump, "I'm thankful he isn't Lou. He 'was *' .
breakfast the
confused --
" of the the, murmur of I
, fight and the death of next she many well-rounded brunette, well enough in our old life, but he I The mail route that has heretofore been
,; young Clay was brought to Knoxville by morning was not 'ihns to let, tongues, the tramping of feet as troopswere whose "were Japar. Sinular Race of Hairy Men.
/ '0
I wouldn't do and Rut
tbemoo. unloaded from the fnger now. running between Wildwood
one of the cavalry ,
',The mother pined party.and wasted "Stay with me," she said !to Mrs. shriek of escaping steam,transports ever and busy some fancy From the date of that speech Lou At the last meeting of the Anthropological land has been changed to Paa.e.

: *, from grief for her darling, and went away to Baird. "We need each other's help in, anon a terrible savage roar as a great work; the other, a tall, fair beauty, who :. had felt a pang of sorrow that was new Institute, Miss Isabella Bid thereby shortening the diltnC

: her grave beside him early in the spring. these troublous times. Let us make one shell soured upward from the gunboats, lolled idly in her seat, now and then making to her, and a she sat in the shade of the (Mrs. Bishop), tho well-known erably and enabling people of that

. The father was middle-aged and vigorous household", and bear ou A.burdens leaving a track of light behind it, and a bare pretense of reading.For elm tree down by the bridge the ,changein read an interesting paper on the Ainos section of the country to communicate '

:. : : ". and his hatred for the Union cause togeter.'as. wh dropped'ch the over enemy toward had withdrawn.the positions to I. an hour neither had snoken. but her sister came back to her, and she of Ja'a', that singular. race of "hairy more directly with the business world '

was doubled by his bereavement. Ho I at last the having finished are cLiieny round on the ,
And q
while unselfish love and Christian "From the sublime to the ridicuous! it brett hi sighed.
) .,:. ... grew morose and to bear sullen, and poor Alice, kindness were on.that Sunday and Mon i but a step." There was some stir work, held up to view, saying: Robert Barton was Mrs. Barton's only island of Yesso. Miss Bird spent sometime T. M. Wier, of > Tke president ,-
Bravely his feelings up under her griefs, day preparing to lighten the weary days among the men near him, exclamationsof "There, Janet, what do you think of child, a young man of twenty.two, who in a village of AIDe near VolcanoI of the National Tamp .

.; f'A"tat 'er being alenated to come in that house, over the rivers and surprise followed, and then, strangely my taste?" had been abroad for a year, and was expected Bay, studying their manners al customs ,I has issued a circular leter Etat aatoJ. '

t fom heelf place for me,I he said to the mountains hundreds of miles /thn enougn, liughter. The Colonel listened "Oh, dear, Lou," replied Janet witha home that evening. The carriagehad ; and she illustrated her lecture I extensively mailed to real estate men .
west the ho
tile to hear
armies it .
hcrone The were raging in what coul men."Wel "how horridly tiresome with specimens of dresses utensils of Florida and others that the
day. Federals are gaining blood, the fell demon of that yawn you are. already been sent tp the station thei stating
war ?
\ fe. t a foothold Tennessee; the news was rioting you Ithy Mancey Why will you persist in working when to and weapons, as with lantern illustrations National Real Estate association will
i comes .in death andwounds.Our ( it is, gentlemen; here I am, meet him, and Janet, having made up a .
: .. to-day that they have possession of the steps must be turned toward the sound and safe. I told you last summer you know how vulgar it is? What's the her mind to ensnare capture' him some drawn 'by herself, and meet in Buffalo, N. Y.. on the first '

:: ,, capital.Richmond. I shall cross where the mountains and Tennessee. tat I should see a.great deal of the war use of being rich i we are not to act like and become the mitres.and of Oakview, others taken from Japanese artists, who, Tuesday in Obr, 1892. ,
go there is "
; t .
r: I pleases me. Here other company lade! had been practising the art of however, have caricatured the types of .* *
tat every man CHAPTER XI. "You ain't a soldier?" am sure, Janet Lou answered demurely the people to a certain extent. Miss Is said that the of lamonia
;; :<:, I open or a disguised Unionist When "Oh luxurious leisure from the day ofner I purchasers
I have
, .A ."-1 return it will be when there is a Confederate A SABBATH OF 1862. business, no with; dropped that line of "there can be no.harm in such arrival. Bird cannot decide whether or not the will keep the lake in itr natural tate
Rome others that I used
f { army here powerful enough to at daylight the sudden of that and overpowering attack when think I was suited for. The fact is, war to I trifling employment and it is 1 great Lou had remained by the bridge Ainos were the original inhabitants of and not drain it for agricultural purse.
. ,compel submission. In the meantime, line upon line of Sunday Confederate morning infantry is conducted with too much noiseand, pleasure to me." almost an hour, when she saw the carriage Japan. They thonaelves say that they 'I Parties from Georgia and wer

,-- Tpn to suit may stay here; the atmosphere seems burst from the woods, rapidly supported bluster; there is not that gentlemanly de- "Oh, I dare say," Janet cried, petu rolling along the lane, and she conquered and exterminated an earlier anxious to buy lands for draining ',

you. If things continue to go as by artillery, crushing and driving back corm about it that would recommend it lantly. "I suppose there would be no I watched it until it rolled to the race of cave-dwellers. There i no''. but the trustees thought the adjacent
: .; they begun friends this, the spring Federals, :you to may exp the advanced Union brigades, our :Mountain to me. I think that when the imprudent harm in your going into the fields to help. disappeared up the trees gte'and doubt, however, that they were conquered [' property owners had the best' right.-
and of among
occupy Battalion suffered heavy punishment. arrogant attempts extreme with the harvests. I do wish would by the Japanese. Ta men TimeEntrrse.
will have you lined the drive. So intent her
Ten you an opportuty'to Southern persons to subvert tho sacred was gaza *
Striving to stand and fight, like other '
brother's : not insist on bringing disgrace to range from five feet four inches to five *
murderer. institutions your
marry jour commands, it was literally pushed back and liberties handed down to and so absorbed her thouht that she
. such bitterness as this that di"vided'homes by fathers shall me, even have no care for feet six inches in height, and are strongly I The of the
"' ". "as by the weight of the ntt.ck. It lost heavily us our have failed, I will i you your- stared with a little cry of alarm when property Sterling Phosphate
and families each prepare a memorial on this to Congress self." built and muscular, and in some Instances sold at Brook--
mi** against I as all the regiments dd; thut were exposed subject she was suddenly awakened by the company was lat Monday
; .' me. i this section during that unhappy i to the tremendous fire of bullets, "I do not see where there is any disgrace sound of footsteps on the bridge close especially among the mountainAinos I I yule, bringing something less than $20- .. .
shell, and round-shot tint those "Oh, bother thatl! If you're not a soldier in work Janet." covered all 000 and Mr. S
I swept behind her. are thickly over, except was bought by .Squirerot .
, 'was I'Yon the are cruelly unjust to Graham, feld woods, and hollows. Torn and sizes, where did you get that blue suit, two "I suppose it is not a disgrace to have ., said travel.I the feet;, hands and one or two other j I I,|: Cleveland Ohio. Thi wipes out the old
::; oT girls indignant reply. You it too small for iou? Your arms and "Beg pardon, a dusty, I
heard out with white gave ground as slowly ns possible stick out of it once earned our own and I of the body, with short black hair. I corporation, and property will.bewurked
a flag to thicket and legs fifteen inches, and the living presume I stained man: with a tanned face, he part I(I
. f before the fight began and tried to pre-. of shelter hanging from which every a fire might pint rest of it makes you look PS tl ouh you'd therejs no proclaiming lifted his,hat. "I am sorry that I fright a Even children show a thick brown fell I j II i, by a new company very soon.-.

f: vent bloodshed; how he warned Colonel turned. Major Brandon was severely been melted and poured into it. But I seeyou've that fact to the'world," Janet replied ened you. I used to like this walk, and The women are not hairy like the men, I Tampa Daily Tribune. : $!

J ,Webber not to advance. His own letter wounded through the shoulder, and early got a worse stove-pipe tha ever." : and have soft, brown skins, where it # *
} sarcastically."No at this time of day, since it is f j
whenlie said that he was -with poor Tom compelled to seek' the rear; ColonelSmedle3' "My clothes are a part of myself, gentlemen am sure we did not think honest so especially quiet restful and then the clover not "scaled by dirt," for, according Tobacco cutting goes'"on briskly be
died is ,
and that neither
the de'1' ; elegnat refined to
boy !
recog- his uniform torn with balls and i
; jJ. nised him and smiled' on him." reddened, with the effect of two make game of them. I found a quirter- work disgraceful when we were compelled scents always brings back the days of Miss Bird, these people never wash, except tween the ahowen' ani some pllDtrI
She slight master's clerk who to labor and I do not think for feasts and and then have nearly crops houed. -
wept again a. the recolecton hurts, kept the field, and skillfully directed generously donated so my childhood, and when we reached the festvl
Her father was not the retreat of his men, holding them these articles to me; or rather, I paid him now." turn over there I left the carriage to only the hands or men have the experienced' tobacco growers say that

I: "I wish,I he said, slowly and distinct out of the panic that seized many soldier in plug-tobacco. I've got" some in my "What will society say, Lou walk across to the house." fine high forehead, but Miss Bird wonders I f this years crop will yield the larget,percent -' '
ively,"that some one had put a upon that morning of disaster.In pockets now; take 1 chew. "I do not know, nor do I care." "Then Mr. Barton what they contain, for she never of wrappers of any ever grown.
through Graham Brandon's treacherous Se\'erl voices said, "Thank you, Ithy," you are Lou & t| This is encouraging', and if the crop i is
the of that first battle
c account day's : then the "I believe you. and I believe, too, said. : met a stupider people. The average |
heart at thatmoment. colloquy went on, the sol properly cured will hindsomely.
the side
Union there is pay
, ? He left his home that morning,never.tc a and painful resemblance., The diers breaking in. as the humor served that you have no care for what Robert "Yes; excuse me. I should have in. weight of their brains is forty. odd 0.
return. No tidings receivedfrm them, to ask questions. Barton may ounces. They are hunters of the bear I
weie ever think. troduced myself. But when has :
soldiers of that cause fought not for victor .
: him. It was conjectured that hemet in those hours; they battled for dark- "Where'd you get so much?" "I I society or Rob been away so long and i getting one home : and other wild 'animl and rude gar-j 1 Mr..L.who F..Domonck the wealthy B.R.Swoope's New. .

; his death upon some distant battlefield and delay, that the re-enforcements "Why, you must know Im a sutler, or ert Barton think it a disgrace to have again he feels wild with excitement. deners. They lve on everythingthat Yorker for Supt.

; but nothing definite could be known might coma up the river, and the army be I was this morning.. I really certain earned one's living in preference to begging You I pleasurable Miss is not poisonous, vegetable or animal magnificent orange grove on
He was but one of thousands whom the have just what my vocation is at the pres- presume, are j Lake Minnehaha at Maitland, prepar-
which should 1
never stealing or I have from slugs to beef an:1 their favor
united ent shall starving no respect ? :
vast whirlpool of war ingulfed and concealed at such a time. That moment. I have to crave the larding 'j ing t erect an elegant ,residence to cost ':
for their ite dish is "broth of abominable
theyfough kind opinions and they a
from human hospitalities of. chivalrousmountaineers are Lou
sight. stubbornly, desperately, their you am Harding. thlDg 125,000. He already spent many
The brave patriotil remained at hei Nothing but good fighting and until I can coquet with welcome to think of me a they please." "Oh, indeed I Well, I am anxious to to me," the phrase of Misi Bird thousand h beautifying the place, .
; desolate a faithful admit Fortune again after my calamities of this "Lou," said Janet after a short was forced to eat it from courtesy. Tha .
by sacrifice prevented the fearful disaster pause, meet dear mother, so if you are going to and will soon have one of the mtmcharming -d
negro woman, the sole slave of the family, that would have follow ed had these morning. "if you have no care for yoursel I wish the house we will walk back list of ingredients reminded some of her winter homes in Florida.-Gale

_1 and, staying back ler sorrows and hopin torn and broken lines reached the river at "How"Tell us was all it about, Itby?it." you would have a little (or me. Robert But little was said by either together.them auditors of Shakespeare's description of City ) .
for with her the Chril.
lover in future
reunion three o'clock in the afternoon, instead of
lived such shifts and devices as were Did the Johnnies catch yon?" will be here to-day, and you know whata as they went back across the award, but the wtches' cauldron. *

the common npon experience of the people near have' saved dlk. that Not even calamity the gunboats which might could "Allow mo to proceed, gentlemen, and great catch he is. I have made up my Lou was conscious more than once of Anos live in wooden house, all The troubles in Jacksonville should .

about her at that time. have opened Ohio to invasion, had the I will &atisfv our curiosity. I had a mId to win him and I will i von don't the handsome man's eyes being fixed intently of the same construction, and sleep- on open the eyes of Governor Fleming to .

r It was on that first Sunday of April, resistance been loss stern and protracted Urge and valuable assortment of cannedfruit .shock him with your rude ways. So, on her. platforms made private by curtan. Tha the necessity of an enc&mpmeot of the .

;'.. .! when, unknown to her tbe air of that Through the long hours of that tobacco, pickles, bitters, smoking and chewing Lou, for my sake, act like a lady. Do When they reached the house Janet women are remarkable for modesty, t, Florida stat troops. JV thorough knowledge
distant field on the growing battle that America had playing-cards, gingersnaps, not and their clothes when alone
Tenessee. the greatest candy, nuts, shoeblackin?, paper collars, disgrace me before Robert Barton. affected n manner so cold and distant only change of manuaL .arms, thorough

I" and while sick with the church the horrors bells of were slaughter calling, known up to that time. Prolonged resistance statoner crackers and cheese, lead- ',Well, sister, for your sake I'll try .i and so listless that Lou looked at her.in and in the dark. They are also very la.I'I discipline, practice in the new mob and -

her to devotion that she saw a red-eyed was everywhere and followed by The certain pencis, cups, linen 'shrts-" and not shock the sensitive Mr. Barton.As I: surprise. borou working all day long; kind to Jbatallion drills under the new tictic' are

c t woman-with three children stop before Union overwhelming troops fought, drirng., fell off jour ,"Ihy. We'll it is impossible, though, for me to be I; That night when the sisters prom chidren, gentle and affectionate [ absolutely necessary. Yet these drills '

the house. One was a tall lad. 'and there as they were compelled to: It was take all the rest for granted. otherwise than natural, and as .I can't enaded, arm in arm, across the lawn, The men are also very obliging and are totally unknown to many of the foldi -

were two small girls. The party were clad back story everywhere over the field: I Ire BE CO5TLL'ED.JUNFORTUNATE pretend to be a lady when I am not, the Janet asked: gentle, with a singularly sweet-smile, .. i iers in' tbe state troops.-AY. Auytstine .

I f viacoarse and worn stuff.CAlice The victorious lines of Johnson and safest way is to keep myself out of Mr. "Lou, what do you think of but very little head for mattr outside Kent.
r" "What came did to the" door." Beanregard pressed steadily on; their batteries ST. JOHNS. Barton's sight. So, a he will be here do not know that I Robert""I express their own business and, general, they .
-j jori wish? she asked. continually advanced. They Banyan is a new settlement located -
were take to the woods. have a sad and apathetic bearing. Theyare on
soon I
: Lou "since I
"I -- Il an opinion, replied,
JL' wanted tbe .
to find Miss Clay was passed Shiloh Church, where GeneralBeauregard the s uthern end of island ...:
.. -:- reply. wrote his exultant dispatch The Losses Estimated Fifteen Mill sighed hopelessly a'nd closed her know so little about him." religious, believing in many gods, to mid-way between !Mert's ,

when she was satisfied that the one to Glimpses of the river ap- ion Dollars. eyes a if worried beyond forebearance. '<,Don't you think he is handsome?" which they offer libations of "sakL"that The less Brntey Tropic. J W .

she sought was before her, she took a Rchmond though the trees; there were the Dispatches of Tuesday from St. Johns, : "Ah! Lou, Lou!r' she cried at last, I Wel no; not handsome, but well is, rice wine. "Saki" is likely to j almost place a jungle, ;than now one it has year seven ago actual, "11 .

large roll of greenbacks from the bosom gunboats and Lexington and there "what am I ever to do with you? will enough looking." prove their ruin. They are dying out in
state that I settlers. and
Newfoundland lawyer'sofct will
of her pineapples
dress. large guns were hastily collected and kill me to see you married to some common "I like him Lou for I spite of the humane efforts of the [
"Here f jl more than a thousand dollars," formed in a semi-circle from bank to doctor' residence and office and hope you men Government Jap be the principal fruits culi.ted. while
man, a farmer or a laborerbut with that he shall be- brother. Do anese jo preserve ;
she will be cul
rcs'&enco was jour
said. "I heard of you in the moun- bank at the bend. It this ; clcrlym'I's you early vegetble ttnivey -
(, tins. Mr. Brandon used to tell me about and the shells of the'wa artier mined and every daiy newspaper and such horrid taste a you have I can expect think you will like him for a brother?" London Globe. tnte. Bnn acre wi Out in -_

you, anu-" the hu accounts, that repulsed the printing destroyed and there nothing better. Oh,_dear!'' "I shall like him for your sake, the present season.. A

:t "Did you know him?" Alice interim last charge before darkness, ever s no type, paper or ink remaining in the "Don't worry, Janet. I shall not Janet," Lou answered. A Moslem University. steamboat wharf is in ci'urseoferecton.., :

; '; rupted. federates, striving to make good then city for a single Several house- marry at present, and when I do I sbal "Thank you, sister. Now, since you A writer in tho Dotol Journal 1 describes and ere long the town wiJKhave a post- .

i. him.Oh,That yes; and part of this came from leader's boast that his horse should dink lea persons have.pster.tince the fire in marry the man I love. He may a are such a dutiful little dumpln I'm his visit to the great lIo.te University !. office. :Vf:; .'

fighting was last summer, when the from the Tennessee before night. Ant cOStqueDC of fright and exposure. Most farmer, but whatever he is I'll warrant going t tell you 110 t it of El 1 Azhar! at Cairo, Egypt. A i tj'2-:; _,
: the Clinch bank thguf
was in
going on ; under the river were ftyda,
.,. after-after my poor Wally np was killed." fought tall, to whom, on of tbe people are now temporarily housed him to be a good man, for I shall never all planned out how we"are managewhen short time ago it would hare been as At the orange growersconvention at .
She wiped hereycs and choked. bad General applied in sheds and tents, but provisions and love any other kind." Robert and I are married and I am much a life was worth Orlando recently, Major Marks made-an .

? tender heart warmed to her i Alce's the this expressive occasion, language Shera"that sickening clothing are needed and relief should Lou went down across a wooded mistress of Oakview. You are to live show a Ohrt's Its walls, but with to, offer to the gro'ers. on ,behalf of NeW _ _

tre'*B 8. of laggards and fugitives." take these forms. The insurance agents meadow, and, coming to a rustic bridge, with us, of course, and I know Robetwon't the British occupation greater toleration: York and Cicg cpitaiit thit if 75

J don't understand how I am entitled fit is hardly possible that those upon held a meeting Tuesday. Their reports sat down. object. And for the old house, has and per cnt grown south of
I come Europeans infrequently
to lay of she said. "You realizing what tool showed that the losses covered by insurance a a George would" pledged! to this
your money such a field, though "Ah, she sighed, "I do so wish Janet I'm going to have it and modernized : drawn by to b
,, need it all for yourself and your children, place about them, could have kow placed in agencies there amounte 1 to' not I half ovrhule curiosity gaze at syndicate, they would agree to
was so changed. am that it p"ylt"pr
" I:should But come"in and telljne how destruction of losses sorry we so respectable. the strange spectacle. The most strik box for the orange for the
the time near The
about it.thinl. that field was, although at 54.250,000 fif estimate tota T. are not still poor, for I hate affectation, And a for aunt and her traps, they shall lag feature, say'the visitor, was'not the ', "If the major crop can ore to, theaisfscti..n
upon i3 p
army years.
ijn* -,. They rested their tired limbs in the night the full meaning of the situation "bot ,, mi and I know I shal never succeed in be packed off to some obscure room out sight, but ; the distracting .of thi gcowcrsv..th2t any

-c, ''' house, and noticing the wistful, hungry w'a' seen. All day long the Army of the Yellow Feref in Mexico being anything a plain, matter-of- of the,way. Ah, I'm going t have a I riot reminded one of a stock exchange. }| cinaoy| of' capitalists will do this.*we f
.1 .races, Alice called the to bnng coming quickened by tw fact I can't be a lady and affect renovation, and will .
f" ,the negress Ohio was up whicb of Mo iday from the City of goose. thorough society Before u hundreds of feel certain that he can dunt. on fuUy<
| m food. They ate almost ravenously and incessant above, Dispatches and '1
terrible uproar grand no use in trying. find Oakview fashionable.Don't students
tere's were 100 cent of the 'of
I fever is ar changly' per
and that yellow raging seat cross-legged crop
\ they the it I swelled nearer Mexico orange
: Wen were satsfed woman left no doubt a a long pause she resumed: like of. I[ Ov>do. Anotb meeting, f, .fruit .
4 i ,' her where defeat was falling. Yet it in Vera Cruz, and many deaths from the you pavement te open court, some alone, r ( .'
., "Yos of my noigbbois there wem neuTer could not be landed upon that strickenfield dread scourge occur daily. It is feared "Robert Barton wi come, and when he "No, I don't like it, and if I was Mr. others I groups, but all 'as closely growers i t b bel& in a few weeks.
,: up : hand the : Janet he like her, and alterawhile Barton I'd never consent to have the old Oviedo t
t Cumberland,aftgrjhg_fighting I in time to take a large in that this year, owing to tIe exceptionalbeat see 11 packed a was convenient. Each was .

I t had bg f the mount : is.'r 8hTiia.. I fight during the hours of daylight; iti and dryness of the season, the disease they will marry. What a fne'wieshe house changed. I is I dear in its old- repeating aloud the passage ha was en- j '

J "nt 4if g. hadn't the hear toleave ; part was to b played the next day. and will be unusually fatal. Many of will make, too,and what a grand fahone simplicity, and, besides, I deavoring to learn, and accompanying QUIET.IN IDAHO ;

K and e dear spot where I was bor darkness alter all, the,first best fiend the native families,whoa a rule, a not I.I lady! is just the sort of a person, good old aunt would not like any the words with a rhythmic swaying of t .if' :

blace my wan children after me. though the of the Union forces on that '. subject to the infection, have moved to I with her calm self-possession and her chag. It ought t be left a it is." his body. It was a roaring, \ TbeTr.op.1Poueu1onandiomur-- I

}V ''tYallysra.Lured that dreadful night that Pitt burg Lading. o'clock at the City of ,:" and 'otVr places. stately dignity, t do honor to a fine old little when will you ever' human sea, and we marveled at rUn, *

for med. Dan fixed np a shelLcr I WAS obout' a Lieutenant night one ): I mansion like Okew. Ah, dear old begin to learn Ioo ? What do I set of higher education. ,The training I a 0 .JI.ppnJnde i l.A.Wlpn
help of few of the Hankins, .
who a Bur found the Major TH present prospect for the fruit grower ;', Oakview.how I are for what aunt 'and who p Thursday
len because had you aeady,bue caresforsimplielt'y must give a wonderful of '
f old companies l power conceo-
; or nppled Ilaye they were from loss ol of California ia favorable. The fruit crop i: solid and ays received by.M-ajor General f
,t 'fear to be con. by the rive, unconscious the expected ba only you a 8, unprtentou. you we'ae tration, what else one would hardly.ren-' Scbofleld this show that !
.crlpted it; and SOme knows blood and had carried him aboar a s- E t abat' Jaet and in society and we must lay aside all oldfashioned tnre We visited aftron l'fgdltc
: hay5 way-God down half a a uma Although te outuC hop Robrt Btn .w b t iu; the adjoining the labor troubles 11 'Alee min-
which was .to go .
aS7rl passed through the winter I boat wounded and in California than nonn. I do hope, Lou, cur whee the students made thalt Idaho, are at an end for the ,_ _
wa from' here week, ago a man came up that with an immense who load had been forlunate year, the size and quality it of the coaimani fruit will 1, Janet and Lu Harding had been left you won't mortify me with any of your toilet, and were extemelye" Some rioters have.disappeared ___
aud told soldiers tO much that ,
about Improved
", father mo joui mangled Colonel Smed. s wi the fruit poor, and through the absurd manners and speeches when twenty men feel. and the state authorities ted ..
Rb aided -
going off and leaving alone as to get a oat1 price The value crop pte ,, >,y: .
r'Tben* ImolreJfotlo as Mr.you Brandon ley visited him ad hu a cmforable I vac in California i esimt8 at ,-:' but poor_old uncle, they ert i present, for if you do I : and'then their faces, in one'- cODs eral troop a in fall pain, of tt -
old ule and blankets secured work a shop die. ,
.. .down ; we have' wnlke-1 all the way '11 possible with wait- WJ.OOO.: i dee' muddy pool of water. field. : .. ,_ :
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i. iti4t yers wor_ I I.t .vlhit he $ -'- W River. Fhujmily19, 1S8.infarmtd t? 4 TUBY STERNBIIII &
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wei' ha liked
OTORD COUKTYr5 : S S S jnwe 'gr'r'5 -4 kutcr-: for county 6chn<4 wupednteflflent OB

Sk '. Puti1iey go t-? ,. fcllowcitizens.Ed mL :the Jliird party tirkH.! Ji am not a candi-

._ .LC.WEL_ Then::well* toln> Vslarei L_' wjtfarely jupon ibe pldliS 'ilftlc for that >flice jrm any ticket. I.would GENERAL

______Pubishep__ ; TampacinveiiU :not serve in that ratpteiiy.5f'r less (thnn $50 .MERCHANDISE
S jdifeIec$1 i iS
*VBSCKIpTUN $ % $ "woubdcar' it outn'evry J patic.. per bad month served, and Jaajr.I should I believe want in 60 honest betoi'eI Wholesale enOeneral < RntaiI Dealers

Never u1ar.Sec, nd, SjbeSpubncans bad work and houeM pay; for it.v .- DKlr{ GOODS, 5

has ihe nst,1l&, |j|) Rslj rc-cstab- placed no ticket in 'UiS" field there was Remember, this i< not any reflection on ierdiandiso :

hshmetit .d gpBPt ""principles' been nothing to s \iyiihat: point but he dtr the present manti '-tm-ii'Hill in nor docs it refer S MOTIONS, S -

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mii IUouitL the sired cver flttuocrat to under&laiid !that
politIcs, but I mean Jliat the woik of Unit position, 4

I 44 '**TiCETi pi republicap party st pcLds tbeejs5i3iac imd* necessity- for a third properly performed is" worth $SO per JJOOTS, sTAEIJ: FDOP.1D& **;

.5'. q entire soulh c deadlier sword parjj; Ikat'jLg djunperatuj paity is amply month in my opinion.
p "'flR VER.CLEYprJANDForyic Porreedent: l&aolht,' of Damocles ID the shape of the lJcto corrtcpir! mistakes it may.bave liven My to vote the and national suppm and! vill state lie democratic earnestly SHOES and Staple ntxl Fancy, 5 .

:odious force bill. Jn our own state the me.1iatis, the wbitfe man's party and nominees. The democratic paity of Florida
/ ySp conceivable article. -- -t
:11 party is confronted not by alien cnemjcai that ivbife jnen will rule Floiida, and that stands pledged to reform and reform GROCERIES.Stnrkc Any *v!
A.xfsT r4jKWM"
but by domestic foes. Those wh&'ffojn- b$ ?&as certain that Escaobia county measmec by the Tnuipa platfoim, and on 5' kind of Provender '
that platform I place myself with perfect
__ rernor: its' brerust bare drawn the life hlowTof' would cpeak in no uncertain tone on this satisfaction. ..- Fla. Feed Hay

L 31ITCII1L14. popularity are those whose hands tre liow pout iu Jvovcmlier next.-ExIt Jlxuros F. Sloonc. for Live Stock.Groceries .

Court raided Jt jirul fti place of life SlierifTs Hale.TTNDF.R liVf.
)! v rvr *unuue Supreme ; against open Largest
p. FEN ICK TAYLOIl.; warfare jt:!f the radical we have to deal is a mighty poor democrat who questions.the When a man speaks of a woman he and by virtue of an execution dated Goods Millinery Stock
U June W, 1802, issued Dry
out of taa circuit court
; honesty of purpose of the stale raves over her beautiful complexion, her
with set enmity where only loyally was 4th judicial circuit in and for tlie county of Brad ia town.FnrnJsIung .
For Secret rj-of State; convention. They should flop into some delicately cut feaUins, her glossy hair and ford. In a certain cause therein pending wherein

JQHN k-OUtWFOtlD. lo have been ept'ted.-PensacoIa ? ews. othci xiiere their opjxsilion would all that sort of thing. When a woman George Mahon was plainurf and diaries Khlers A"Hardware Goods, all stales, sizes and prices
party wishes to describe one of her sex she simply was defendant,1 have levied upon and will sell
' ErAtioinera1: have the semblance of honor than in front of the court house door in the town of Clothing
S ; The rnan who votes Against the nominees more tells what she bad on. Each particu- Stark', in said county of Bradford to the highest Cull aud satisfy yourself.

!c WILLIAM B. EA3IAU. of the democratic party, may loudly treachery... -Metiopolis. h.rizes what c'chiduesthiehighcsL; bidder for cash on
y S Baskin's advice Jo "Tom Saw The First Monday iu Aug wt. A. D. 1893, For Farmers, Builders. l'hiospliaie Miners and
Comp'.rolkr; asset that he is a democrat, but he is not.Jio Perhaps "I don't think my hair would Hand Q the sampbcinpr the first Monday pf said month

; WL14LTI D. fl1OXIIt. siree.He is as much an enemy to yer" about tj j latler's potatoes is prompted end if I were to see a ghost." mimikcd right.luring title the and toga!interest hours of of salt-the on mid that Charles day. all Eh-the : ; also Stores, Hanges. Cooking Utensils, etc. f

the party as a republican] can beast to be, by a conviction that the former will Miss Elder after several tales bad been lers in and to the following lands situated in the S
OraS1flCtCLARENCJ. find Tom's convenient to borrow reli'ed' county: of Bradford and state of Florida, dcscnbedasfollows To suit; vuy taste and su y pocket. Also, all
B. or worse.Sun.. crop : The noith half of tlie southea"t
COLLtNSv 'Of ;mrse not. n-pHcd Miss Flynp, Furniture
from after the third is bnowed under quarter,and the southeast quarter the north
Pubic Instmciiou "False hair is never affected lint way." east quarter of section 15. township south, of kiwis of other lhmuse Furnishing Goods. ..,
? For Stipcriotendcnt In investigating the record of General and the state alliance fails to re-elect range twenty east; and a darcel.deseribed as
W."N. 8HBATS. 5 follows: beginning at the jioithe.-wt of the
S Weaver the third candidate for its president.--Times-Union. corner
patty present southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of
S w For Comjnlssioner of Agriculture: prubidenr, U is fund that he has been a The democrats of Pasco county must section fifteen,township six south, rouge twenty
OY4i east, thence south two hundred and ten yard-, GOODS'LOWSi PRICES
r4vcius B. WDMBWELL, regul tr fire-eating unreasonable south remember that republican success means thence west one hundred and forty yards thence aEST

The of this north two hundred end ten wds, Cienceea'.t ,
: iVc&idcntial Electors: heater and in public speeches has branded force bill legislation. people ore huiflred and forty yard, costaiting sis

:- T. M. SIJ ACKELFORO, the democratic party of the south as being state painfully recall the indignities and RYALJt acres. Terms cash. Property pointed out byplaintiff's
P. S.
attorney. CREWS.
S B. IL BLACKWELL, aparfy of murder, treason, theft, arson, coiruption of bayonet rule therefore they She-rift of Bradford County, Florida.

A. E. MAXWELL. fraud, perjuiy end all dimes possible for will be lecreaut to the duty they owe to July 1.1802. By E. K. Jooxs,Dep. Sheriff. sTPKaEUSINESS

W.T. THOMPSON. an organization lo connive at Will lhc{ Uiemselyes. their wives and their children

-. honest citizens of the south vote for a man if they jeopardize the success of the democratic KU'ciion Notice.VIIERES. ND NORMAL SCHOOL
tr Cleveland and reform. The
\ The It-sWitiiiv 13)1.) under the
factional dilfciences or
who applied such untruthful epithets lo party; by ,
itrjr rljl prosper jnd times will not constitution tf 1V8S of thpstpte ( I HoriJ.i! fid!
them? We Hunk not-M irror.1ata by bowing do\yi to false gods which may p.iss a join* ii-n.itn ion tropjuMiiff1'a Jinoi.Ujneut
: to the con titutton of tiios-tnie; ut Kioitda.! <
3IclONALI Principal
be fat in but will be lean indeed ,
promises, And the s.ui.e .is 'gmel; to i.. a f.le of thrtt
S : -.ThawuU1est- newspaper will desert a sinking ship and pat in their fulfillment.-D.ide City Democrat fifths of the ift lut-f, ri-t* i-tel t.trtihone! ; tli.it MISS ELLEN DAVIS, Assistant,
the vote on sn".l joint rt-'ttmt\--.t! i-nu-rivl upon
EI I Telegram," pjibfislitd In Guadalajarar riots will desert, an unholy cause. -The _how docs the third party staad on thefJrcTCmn AKIAbsoIutcy their ropecthf j i.rn.ils. '4 ith;! tli-vas and '

S ;1tzIc It is four inches square. defe'Ctiii-atn i the Harrison and-Reul ">J>c rule and local self-gov that nays IK therro-i.i.tiil joint nn-1 rv-oioti t'.i--;!i'dibMi-iii-!! I 111 itt'iLt.sI. to direct thelectorof <' Will open July 5th for a term of Six Weeks.TeruiS I.-- I.5

- ticket BO great that much alarm is fell ernment? There is Nothing in their platform the bUtou* ll>i'frp err.l 1. i-tiuii to la '
held in t-ach county in FlorM.>. :
Judge Mitchell will be nurnt gov- by the managers npd money and men are as now constructed to show tlicjr OnTut.sd'j-.nfx:: JIII'IOMIIU tli.-first 5o! day in i -

prnorAnrt Bradford county will roll up eagerly sought to counteract it. to CK.fiUr.JH". -
policy on these questions, so important the said Tut'si. li .t.the 4th rfii t'f I iji.! S.IHOctoh

v4l9L.bg majority on election day. The New Haven (Conn.) News hereto the people both north and south. Our Pure. lows: I'. Th sd.' J.mSnR :o,>iii ,i.-. r.r.saiol! -Tuition due in Advance. No deductions made.

foie an independent republican paper, has columns are open for Mr. Baskin, Mr. AJ'i'iCI. I.
H*. KoTpne: tit third party men expect that come out squarely for democracy and A cream of tartar bnklip powlcr. Highest of Scctnin 2 of Annie X .f the >>nstttion: i i-< ENTIRE COURSE .$5 00
; pTganljatfon.will cut any figure in the Weeks, or any other responsible party tgve all' in Irnveniog Mreoglh --l atext V S Cavern hereby iiuu-i.ii' 5. -plie with a clear and ringing leader gives its the public this inform.Uirn. The meat food Repon. S .txentStIuiI r' c5vi !td ; ;- '-4 x I I'ESMANSPH ALONE .. awIMATUKMATICSJ >
- *: p ], unless it is to break the ROYAL CASINO POWDEK Co.. 103 Wall St., N. Y. of the constitulnni of J'lou.Ja 1.a:! ii.i.ir t;, u-
; i4'ith: reasons for so doing and hoists the names platforms of democrats and republicans widow nrd dosjrn'1.xi U ol ths tuny: ei.t.tied to I 2.00
S ; 3 O. O. F. such m i i I ii.t I .<..l k t-vini > miti'.i I .
of Clpyclapd end {Stevenson for president make the issues fair and What S -Ri-guUr eiieiMpii.ui > : .i ; ) vz: '
: S square. io-'Iln;< every TuuMi y Ouo-liiilf il:trirf il i >v-iv! Jr IIMI- > c S TA'CLISII GRAMMAR 2.00iKKEEPING.
pLi14rdpnrtyinen who are dcmppart aiul ylca prr.sider.t. does the thiid party say? You can't jump S 15 'Rlit in tJieir hall. TranS a Widow, on:I i!;!' rcrz! ";T !iii! fn
stent brotliers cordially the clnlil or ihM: << ti anti f-N or ilmrdcccendants. 2.00
I ft, heart, will regret the day they The late republican secretary of state, the fence or si i addle tie! issue. You must S 5- -_: W in\ite-i J. O. ] .th l.-t'ertiilvin thi iMt-n-nt their

S lif| the grand old party if the republic-SS ir.! Delano Williamson, also declares his face it and answer, or rctiic fiin the field S .o F. J. FIELDS H.VYNES.N.G Sac. puientorp'.-c ti-nic!-.! "vui"'U mi D..' il.-.reni t.ikvi'i'lili.-c.!... i .. i IJ-n If 'Jionbeiioc'iil tl.t.exemtiJoii'i .-- . . . . .. . . . .. ... .. .. . .. ... ..... .

p85get into power purpose lo cast his vote and m ucuce for The bouthciu people especially, arc lintezth& !! i i-v ''' fhtni < .V. !if iJ retnowill. I.- miMARY DEPARTMENT, 2.00
the Bradford Lodge, No 42 F. & AM.. ar.iMie.l in h.- ;< :i i ..:' ti-'i,ttcl- I II I
the democratic ticket for that ,
reason the humor to be trifled .
f in position or A Meet 'iuuit> JUy night before the third there I I.e no wuU v>" 'u-n H.i-f.\c-i ci< < -is-. I u,
Democrats would not be allowed seats has itself uieto'hedeso. iiiai.t: i.f:tipjlt> t-.title I I'ifie S
:- the .
S republican party given over with on these questions.-Pcssacola //\\- Sunday in each month. .
Hhould \7M. y to,an 1 SU.MI -\<-utpti(.>. ,i.i7i Aor-Jj ti> Ml! ft-t.Ist
S. :'in a third party convention. Why lo unheard-of extravagance, and adds the MALFIrUItS, W.M. s-efifi"d ia .c. .'i.l ."
Commercial. (VJ.. }. \V.onicnr. Uec. exes: on t>t RIIJ.I I.- if
l : third.,party men be allowed seats in a iniquity ot the fore bill and the bloody __ Now tUTitoic: I joti. e .> iit I I.; ntcni.iiiation j
convention I The Political Situation. COMER L. PEEKATTORNEY.iTLA is In-rt-iiv, gjvm,n. v.ith tiAn ;vi' :: i-i-rrti1m s: TJcourse!: i.s designed csju'ci.ally for those who ara preparing to-
tltrnocrHlc shirt system of politics thirty years after > p'-ilo' !' S /Hie political lines ate !netting 'so drawn W and NOTAI&& in favi'''t tin-Slid .mit'ti'iii' .i.t MI.!L h 'e v,it. ttatShi l niitl for \onng nit-n nnd vot'icn! titling themselves for bookkeepera*
the war. This is only a shadow of the -and- lea oi rnte.t; on 11.0 biiti'j !Ml"ti! 'SIcit the
;5. ,.Tl e third party folks are not meeting define the relative of pirtlesto Our methods arc thosoiighly Kovir.al.UriuiT .
to position tin
beginning of the er.d1'ampaTzibu'ic.The as Fire Insurance. niir.tsof p'isoni i }> I'-ijiT- ilf.i-fiir.:mtv
an "abundant success'" in every fffic" -.- < fTc y .t .it'lUvit j'owM't C'Vpiinici !
; ) the issms that ifislr.ict and divide the nil yoiTr I-oohs with yon, when coming from a nistance. The
las Represents LIVERPOOL& LONDON & GLOBE. !, and <&ihe sa ;ix.- -itle ihri.ruj tn.-;,
'S .county of the state. At some places they people's party congratulates itself country.The t 1 I'ROVIUKNCK WASHINGTON, OUEENWICII, names aje ui'>ten Oi- pni'tf,the Wt.i-.i-,"For i heincndmcnf Piiinary; : Dcj.artnu-nt \. ill! l be taught by 3Iiss DAVIS, who has much expo
SECURITY, and HAUfKOUD Fire Insurance / ," and any tlrctor inee'tlng with freezing
arp a5 vpry recep- and the country upon the fart that it has democratic and icpub'ican; parties Companies.) Ojobe lots of Land in town anJ" airaiut sail anten-ltiifrtt. s'.iiillhixe' written or : icnce in ihc %'Oik. We gusrriiitee AIKOLITTI; SATISFACTION.Coll .
1I tionT county furwUe.ST.VRKi iinted on snoh liallor o-i tl.esWtthereof a'o..
-t:: : nominated u presidential ticket that will go iuistic i <>n the. gic.it and absorbing : I- FLORIDA. scrilvt'. t-e words Ag.iiii'-t tl.- Ann ndmcpt" on or add res?, -

A. vot? for the Ihird party candidate is forever_ bury sectionalism and the un- questiot.s of taint reform and lie toiee J'MlStfSTARKE Tn" volt* cost on this eiie.tioi t flail be earn a>-
sed and declaration ansi u-tuin thuient shall! lie W. W. KcDonald
a vote against Cleveland. How cnn :i p'eabaut memories of the war. Now, lei bill; whilst the! !people's party, so-called, made l
us see how the men on the ticket are will c\l.ausl iistlt' in its vain rantings board, and 1-y the state canv-5in honed Starke, Florida.
man be A democrat and yet support or go DRUG COIMP'Y ia the same manner and at the times a-s votes cast

,IdIsc1his Independent moyc called the ing to bury sectionalism Representative over* impracticable ir.easnres. which, if f.ir by pet law sons to for be eanvas4-'d.offices nt aLl declared election and PIC returned required -S .5-- :

Udrd party. O'Ferrall says of G. Weaver: "lie has canicl 1 inlu cffeitvould oily; culminate Tu attention uf ihj sin itt!" is called to tiio la wi

exhausted the vocabulary iu his depun- injlisaster and ruin to the couutiy. Retrenchment -=:.- '-'.-' 5- 5 :--,-:SiikI -_ -*quit ing thetn toc.iusea a new'ptperprintemh notice of the said i:i e'eeliontohepulilishedin the- FOR YOUR STYLISH I TURN OUT

Gen, Weaver, like Qen. Harrison, pro ciation of the southern people and declared and reform and a change of iiiuutv. if thTt be a paivr in the county: and if ,

S poses to do a good part of the directing that those who were not Mianged or policy are certainly needeii.! but they :: : shall there cr.UbC be no ac paper least published five codes: in of the thi county notice to they i.e

Of his campaign himself. Already lie bus shot are again conspiring to get possession should be pursued on liucsof cont-ervative f'5J5-SIt' ; ::Ji -r ptted IN TESTIMONY in the most publicil.icc"V.-HWiEOii"| ?in Ihave the ct.untj-hem rtrto SADDLE HORSES

begun to "drop In" at third party headquarters of the government. He has denounced i intelligence and safety, and not upon.the : i set my hand and have Tim unto affixed the
.5 'I *r''i' gi eat seal of Kloi Ua at TalUhtc e. the
at St. Louis. them as 'a hungry, rebellious, man-hating, venture ot wild cxpemneiif. as advised by it; : capital, this x'-M day of June, A. V. r-$?i.Joits For Ladies' and Gentlemen's

r- woman-selling gang,' and as latu as July I the le t''ers of the people's patty, when CRAWFORD, Riding,
The Unkes in the north and west doS P. R. CHEW S.-er.tai'y of btate.ShtriSot .
10. 1688, he declared on the floor of ihe advocating such me..Miies; as the talcing Braciforil I'ouptr..Tuly .
not tend to strengthen the republican par 1. ktt23ma aiid. -a
house of representatives that he hud nothing possession of I the railto.nl and telegraph -

.Y S S. ly see very those much.high wages The woiking they were men promIsed wnnltp j to take back. Gen. Field, the vice systems by the general government, the Starke, S Fh:., N(it k e. TEAMING OF ANY KIND, GO TO k kJ.

the law. presidenlhl nominee, is said to be the arbitrary iiMianceof; money to a certain Six mouths after date will present rcy ac 9J.

under McKinley j man who regretted (hat "we did not kill per capita amount, tlif; forcing of the geueial DEALERS: c&stmntsantlvouchersto pinira. county judie in the and lion for\Via.the county F. Mai ofsuford J. W., Alvarez I Co.'s Livery Stables.

.Ss. \ We believe In an educational qualifica- more; yankees." Held Is one of the Peple1 govtri'inent into tin business of a i>..- and state uf FIi i id.i, ns administrator
p of tip estate of John \V. Bii'-hni-Il. decessi-d. for 5'
Ci ; lion for voting and that's what we have whonrAVenvcr calls a Tnan hating, wom S money lender, the deMinotion of the DRUGS, S final settlement and r.fck for a final discharge line Horses Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drivers. Dra"atiti

k: in otK\lectlon law. fevery man should an-selling gang." and Weaver is one'i checks aud balances of governmental I from said atniimilstr.ttos. A. W. BinoL!;. 5 5

? at least be able io read his ballot, and all those who, to Field's regret, was n power by a th:insre in the' mo.lu of elec- NEIMClNESnd rsy 27. isp .-.Gm Administrator Animals Vehicles for any kind of Hanling.UOOI .

5_ .. who cap do that can vole ia Florida. twenty-five years ago. How these gentcrj.i'ii eton of Uniled St-iti-s Si'ntilixts, and) the .. Notice. ( ) STAUMSd AND FEED FOB YOUIl HORSES. LOW
r 4 I v.-irioiis Visionary] ) rheines! "iii; iuns; by that
-5 i T to frilcririe is ARTICLES, CILtRG ES. PROMPT ATTEXDAJUCK. -
S are going not

? I Cleveland and Stevenson are against apparent p uly in iis. ;.hat fnrin. Tin- repul.licin All persons indebted to the estate of Clirrnce
5 it. to the ordinary thinker and unless has inflicted C. IJijan, lat- of UraJfoiii county deecannl,
i': ffdiral! sqpci vision of elections while ; party great mi.scjii lipiri the SPECTACLES; TRUSSES etc.I'lcscriptions : will come forward cml M tile the saute at once STABLES OPPOSITE BOIR'S GtRRUeE FACTORY, STARKE, FU. ,
,. and its continued Libs
they profess practice brotherly love country by ( legislation and nil persons hating claims cKuirstsaiU est.ite
U*--1n and Reid would oppress the how that notably iu a high protect.vc tariff will present them, duly autt.ent'oatal' v.nhiu
are they going to teach Virtue lo prepared :>t all hours S
prior to 1876. if and the fostering of sonic I iii'liistiics.I at day the time prescribed bj-lav,or the same Will I.e
worse (bjin.
S cn
; their followcrb?-Savannah News. or night. lilii2iLUiP plead Ia bar of their recoicry. FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
m r' pu1tiIe {southern white men, which the expense of others; but the people'spart'would A. L. VON KIRN,

r4;. S rih1iou5tbooae. ? S At present the third party is a political injury to the count bring iy.greilerdainuge b- the adoption- and of June 37,1 92-8t Adnuni-traifr. FLORIDA TRUNK LINE. -SHORT IN E .

curiosity. It may be no nioie influent-! J class legislation to an extent rar beyond 1 OTOEIT. iiy IT to IS Bet A DUTY the best yon value owe yourself for and fam. To all! points in South Middle and ANVst FlorMa, Mobile. New Orleans t ml the Southwest.
S S Don, tu\\\ to attca.il your primary conventions bconoinize in your money Direct connections to all points Northwest lNortlec3t.: Elegant new coat-hen.
dieai.ied of the your footwear
anything ever : by iepul by purchasing
than the gu-enbuck party ia 1S76 or I860, W. L. Uoiulas Hhoes, which Route from Tampt t1nL'nnati wuhoutchange of sleeper.
SS S on the 4lh of.August, nod select lican party: -as for instance to hoard up .> the people of iStaike aud vinify! : bemmt value (os' Prce aakod, as represent thousand the via .Xommticei1o and Thomasvil.e.CtKD .
S gooc., honest democrats ta the county couTcntion. or it may like the republican party in 1806 a ricultuial products 111 government waie This i i-i !to notify you tint I have ilosrd will IVTAZ temerify No 'lIME In effect June 12, 1892.

S This will be a straight-out convention begin the disintegration of old panics and houses that only a poilion of H class may lime s.i\v :md plnbing mill for the suni mnir.I 8UBSTITUTB._ a :SOUTHE1t i'Iv'.t s i 4 10 l'ivs,: j '

start a division on perhaps sectional lines.It obtain loans theivoii, whilst frnch Pro ucts Mull have in die yt.nl nl the mill J( S. Ih.: 5tpldIOa Lv Fernanthii.t Ar 3aip 94a .Itp tiOr.Lv Jacksonville Ar S3Opi2ut
5 i S S and a than will be required to arc liable-lw gieal dc-loiiatiou and ultimate few I lltouvmd: feet of rough I ii other. n1'] ,. S 7 1 4 p 1 1 a Lv Callaan Ar 2 .5 p 7*) a J 1') p uLv lialdwin Lv 7 54 p 12 01 p i84Jp11
is not to e.\cite :
howlui colors before lie will be allowed a party the apprehension S 59'nVinitt.a.-. .- St 11a1.v Jackionvillp Ar 2Op dSJa 11 23a S3nar hake City Lv 681 p 920a
S V of los. quite a large quantity of clioictnovelu : 9 a5 m' ii 9 p Lv Baldwin Iv I 43 p R 45 a I2 41 a 9 fl ar Live(Ink Lv 5 40 p CO aIi I
;+ to t Jte.a band in the proceedings. republicans 01 democrats at this The people's party would follow the siding] flooring, tx'iling: a.nl surf ceJ I tim- -"iti''S.:: I iTpAr 'IarItc Lv 11 4a 4t a a.trSuwatineespgsLv122mt
time; yet neither is it a part)' to be ignored republican: party in the ndofliou of class her, which will be left in chmgmif Mr. 2ir'Ar hawthorne i.v hIXit: 3fiIa 211 a O3(1ar( Madison Lv 4 .9p 623j. jI
(Is ft 2 M p Ar Cit mit Lv ii 01 a 2 44 a 4 3)a. II 53 p Ar Monticello Lv 3 lO p 4 30 333InAr
Democrats can not bo* too sure nf sue icesa by those \\ho pierce the veil of futuic.Ex. legislation and to that extent would only 1jLwrcnCe'alh.: of Stirk\ for &tlo. Any Sils'erSpringsLv tJa ri i45pAr TaI1aliaiiee Lv 145p 310s .&

this fall. There ia powerful ppposi- become as-Uellite. ot the republican p.nty. OT-C in want of lumber mjy liud it t.) his 214a 34IpAr Oetla LxIOI4a I4a 715a 34lpAr Quincy Lv1217p la'O
in effect, as it is now in fact, cooperating ihli'rc&l lu call! 0:1: lii-n. p Ar Honiocassa Ly 00 a 5'O a 4t0 p MRh-erjut ction Lv 12 08p 1201 a ;.. .
.S lau\ to them tbia full, and tliey arc well with the n-publifun to break tlie S.l'S r-k t,00a 5IlpAr Leeshurg Lv S4aI9Ol. GSJpIIIOpAr Pensacolac Lv 090a 245p -
The democratic paity .Tames 54a 54par Tavares: J.v $14a 9 !np 2tIaAr Mobile Lv flOa -
executive i.:. E11M;
while the democrats ,
Luvu ,
organized, noprgnulzntion solid w.mli in its drmocialiu Mreiigth, 8 tt) a U 31 pAr.Apopka Lv 2 a i;ac p 4 a .tr ew Orleans Lv 8 30 p j gii
& Jill. This should nit U- at their recent meeting decided to and upon the theoiy. paienlv.: that! the existing Sl.uKo.: Fl.i., .' ii 22. 1St) .gt. '- S :o a '1 p Ar C iriando Lv f (10 a S ip II (4)a Ar tt. LOUIS Lv 40 p .

S. the CASC. In orgAuiznlion there is unity, did write Senator Call to take part in the evils may l-e lighted imfl(1 inequalities 3nA: 'rs.' 5 3:311a:13 a. 44ipLv 0 13 p Ar W1iWOOl Ide City Iv Lv 9e3a12Op 7 fl a I ) t) p lFitSANblN: 44ipAr s D Chicso CUMBEItliADU lv 200p S

i is that isvh campaign which begins August Gth at eavened Ui;> by offsetting one wrong :-tJ a 7 19 p Ar 1'ltnt City Lv 1 ?.O a 9 17 p -i.- -_-.
\unity strength, and t we against ;another.. Wantpd.l ,,44.- TOt $ OpAr Tampa Lv 5iOa8lOp _.L '__' '

r5 Heed, Pensacola. We do not know whether the This country ran only piosperin pence few l L-i li 's :iml G m.mi1'ip.m, t C'S 2 CUpAr Waido I.vllLa dSQp 99)aLv) Jacksonville Ar 310p 550a.238pAr .
:alnevilie Lvlli2n. Ip11 aAr Fmandiua Lv
S senator h.us responded ur pot, but we will and harmony. is the sjiwrnrji nt is n-l- raliVmm'.s fCUJll r hit' G.tI'tE-t! I 1'Et.! ',. ltY Is Co pAr (CestarKey Lv .5Ua n .'r Brunswick Lv 8 isop IX) 3O ,

: iudge Mitchell taking a &hprt respite soon know whether he intends lo sland ministered strictly within tlie! liminttions ( atn gIir.nt.L.;: mit $71 O'l pi-r incntliA.dirs \
Trains touthem shivjsion leave Archer daily except Sizns-tay, 3:41J for WilUstons.Diii
on : p m .
of constitutional i
;. iu Alabama before entering upon his canS with the democratic party or, as threatened i ptovi-ioii. under prupur4ronoinj / '','.' \ -7S Birth md E'ghe Mine: icaTe Earle mine tiatty except Sun'la), at 4:30 a. tre.for.&rcheramid -*#
va a lUU sta.tCj lie is iuto thocanviaa and null duo migamil In home I!. I,. RLHEl'F, S S \5 intermediate soiflt4.! Train Ieaei Ovit'do and \Vieier Park daily exeept Snnthtr. 'Leaves Ovied.ni" *?.'
going in
jn his fam.oits speech of June 20ih, to rule piinviples, HI': I the demi>cr.itic p' rly s .laiiv, at S 30 a in: Winter Park a; 8 3 a in, arriving at Ot iaudo 9 a in; leaves Orlando daily at 5p
,with gloves off and pnmiises to make on independent campaign of his only has piopo ed to administer! time;.It mii's n.5-<-6ly 254 Fr.mklin St., <;bic.i'o.! 111. wg L DOLJCLAS i.m, arrivit gVintcr Park 5 23 p m;Ovit'do G p at.iutlniau and
ad Jackomivifl
i.1eers for Cincinnati Tampa and Tampa and JacksonlI1ean
I'-. Zgf*' make it inicreaun The judge says that own, as lie did in his ]last canvass, tig.link of government in f-uoh a way amid is time : CAVEATS.LABELS.. 93 SHOE I New Orloan. z

r f?*: i;i *" h"e'\ k pever was au attorney for shvlowa und hobgoblins with which only pally that now proposes to do so. 13&3 CEN&rJ1E F}. trains otithe Fernandina nn.l Curnber1n I route leave Jacksonville and Ft-rnandjna daily '
the The democratic paity has always been on S S -_- THE BEST SHOE IN THE UORL3 FOR THE MONET. except tun'Iay.' Connects at terrar.maa for tiengnret's. CuraWrlan I !FlardJelcyllUhd .n4Eni'ihwick. '
S *V X I rajltcwl and never rode on a free pass dcraocrucy had nothing lo do. Jt the side of t lie and A genuine ewed ehoe. that will not np,fine forming the Curaber'artl rin-.ti-. and matting eooneetioni M.iconAtlanta.. Chattanooga
lo the executive may people against oppression calf, seamless, smooth Inside, flexible, more comxortable. and northern and western IK>II. S. ii.ias train leaves JackbonvilJe H 40 a in. cakesCuoibtjr% S
S. 41 expects enter office have b.eu wise and proper for the { ommlttee of the people In every forum ; and .Etyllsn and durable than any other shoe ever land route connection. Leaves Ffrn.miljna tp in, tinivfs Sacfc-sonville lapra P-ullman sleeping -
S.- bvcwheIrningniajo ty, to thus recognize the senior senator theie is no hope of wlief to. the country 1 u1'irA1iLjj: : Bold at the price. qis custom made shoes costing cars Brunswick to Atlanta and Atlanta. Cincinnati and NnjihviUc.ForinformaUon '

except from the democratic paity.IIou's C A and 85 Hand-ae-red.finecalf shoes. The see local agmt. Ticket ofllce 86 W. Bay street cornsr Hopao.Depot foot o'Hoantreet. |
: ". !\Vlicn democrats utfnaiter what from Florida,, be; we doubt it, and our *P9 most st>llah.ei.y and durable shoes ever sold Jacksonville.' AO. MacDonehl CenP&T.. .
at the price. They flne '
equal ioported shoes costing N. S. pENN1sO'ro. Traffic Msnajrer.
.' : .. *otLcr organization they thai I minds will only be settled as to the light Ttii? from$8 to 312; '
nwy of AVo oflVr One: Hundred Dolbirs reward the ;
/ rcaliMlhaVfi: veto otliir thing when tbe senator'accepjs the .4J. others who want a good heavy calf,three
to-any pr..b5dc11.xIIa1
: for aiv E4e of -ttrrli that -.i'iiot be soled,extension edge shoe,easy to walk in.and will SUMMER KATES. -
': aud tillers the campaign with cured I. TRADE keep the feet dry and warm. .
: candidate than Cleveland is half a by t.k'u\'r Hill's CUianli <:.in'. DE31CN3

S ** J S :* rote LOTflrti8on1 they will before loyal support of the whole state ticket. !,'. TUKNKY & Co., 1'r-p.s MARKS. 'yr' opyiiciys ,2 10 I ngineu'Fine Calf.Sioes,82.25 will give and more 82.00 wear Woyk.'I for the.
$ pause Tampa Tibuu'i.Those Toled.i, Ohio. We five *p'cial jitfailaa to caui rejected la other money than any other make. They are made for ser THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA, R. R. is nowpre.i .
*r the dark Bha ov? ot\iv{\ force bill, \..hichJii 0 \Vo, time nniPri.rlio 1, have ku'i.x'ii F. iuuidi,, the aba u iawrfcrscee. eppcalt reiuoei, trademark have vice.found The Increasing this out, tales show that worUngmen i paring rates for the travel out of lorMa to all summer resorts, which
IUn Ikon'sa.OO ana Tenths 91.75 School
; cope v&lituty cf patcts and the proeecnUon and I will bi iz.ceil ou aIp, -
S smart, big Ike third oboes are worn by the shortly |> :
party mm ii\ir.to\ l.A' j'er'cetly bonorabie in defonie of salts fbr iiiinngemcat. Our book Of iiutroc boy everywhere.
i S /. >by Vj 8.: nyirshals! will cure any who claim that the alliance was sold out all business li.viilfois( ami rm.ineMl-; [ tioni.EDSON t rmi,references etc., sent free. I |The moe' ;serviceable oa.uu> Hae-.ewed.eboessoid at the WMW priceS.* S Tdis hue is the slortc-t; ami fastest out of FlorMa, cnrrjiKj; tfie West

.( S S:' democrat: of xotjo against Grover who ly able to ciriy out anv obhjratiou- ule KKOTttERS,Equitable Building haQieo .OG and 81.75 Shoes for Imlir. mail to all points upsf ami nort1i t.st. Trains arviv'u and
nt Tampa mid that the democrats acted 1003 F St., Washington, D. C. nlisaea are made ol the best Dongola or fine Calf,aa depart
:*) 5-. |a avcpodly opposed to the despotic and unfairly towards them should put on by% 'F.S.STiRL'th 'ir firm.% Wle> .ale m-irgivts, Uated AT*Send booklet.three'itampi.Inventive for Progrete.postage on" pablliaer bandtome lllv price|. ble.desired.ThetS-OOshoecqualgcnstommadeshoescostlns They are very stylish comfortable and dura from union depot in Pahika ami Mat-on t'onuectinn ina lo with all lines .1.t 2(

_DVaS11Fe. brakes. stop a Ullle while and rest up fttt'd! )o, O. SB centi,W.&flUJiCtereri and oar qnula-cenUnnial and patanteei. paoJpUct fcr lBTeatori from their footwear 4.00 to 9&00.are finding Ladies this who out.wish toeconomlze la in .Mncon with the vestibule limited for the: ('arolmas, Virginia and the *

They Jire > wild and reckless \VAMUXO. Ki.\x.\N; t MAISVIN, (Mention this paper.) Caiitleii.-W.L.Douglas;name and the price la east t, siul with through Sleeping ear hints for resorts j ia Tviinet-see 'Ken2 3'.
4E'd .: .'JiodemocTAtcau afford lo abandon bio g mg and \'Iides iii' llrmiggj.ts, Tt.l-l<>. O.iiit stamped on the bottom of each shoe; look for It J
f y*' because measures that lie will run aground before the campaign Ila1l'4 I'ttarr t'uro is t itcet ; : c.2t; Scientific American when stitute yon other buy.makes Bevareof for them.dealers Such attempting substitutions to sub tnckv and all points north and'northut S'tfpiucj art between Palattaami .

S 5 party vJW opens. The democrats "want little a( : tlirortly iijv'is tho lii- .>il :toh i mmiii- Agency for fraudulent subject prosecution by law for ob -iMneon. 'l'raiusieave a<* follows: Pilatks 5 40 aiul 8 m.
be of relief a <>p- ,. taming tnrytey under false pretences. a. in. J5 p. at
j2u4daVould great to. the ,
: pei>- coil Rt 1.tO'3 ot [hum *
% steui. jii-
osilion %v.JL. DOUGL.AI9, Brockton, Blaaa. Sold byJ. Cola.1 m. and 9 37 m., I. sUu S a-id lo'ss
l si as to keep"them together a d iiial sent fr'o. l'ri75t lictJe. Hampton: p% City, 03 a. nu P- m.t .
tA z / pie ron>eHrith a temporary chec-k. Not ; r-er

1 t* j5 :'*Vr ttfl means. If you brlieve you are they are depending upon Riskit's! Week Sold by all dragji*. .* __., j I W. T1O1)U'ES.Refined .,p. KNAPP, Traffic Manager J A.TICS j zENlrs, Gen.Agt.r .

"J/A h1LboId to 'our views and eudeavor to ilauu fur the fun Gartsden Democrat. E3'iou were ah\iivs' > \\ ttult-fimlvr," >:iid Christian Home.THORorGS-
c. tie% wife pB1K'VB| LT ORGANIZED. Course of study :
av rpartj adopt them. If your A I thorough and practical. Steam $4r
Are tlcie no leaders in the nlliance except "Yes. di-ar. I hound you, s-.tid the bus- l IPJ AMited. New Pianos, modern improTementa. ,; ?
sr: S i4c$gwrong, would not like inthicesS bard meekly. cAvEATsOgSICN vo school In the South etif -
irivn ) ci .v:
TPAOE MARKS, West < 'r-s intj.nn.
Ilaskuit k Mann Cessna GovsaniHIarvey or can offer a.more elegant borne or pleuanter
; be.nbrjDjjjght to !benr-on: ;lhc I idci of yourS A PATENTS iurround1n L AffTHttiv, lj Vs. m.-rNJt *
i; : : ? If there tire other leaders, million Friancis.A "yvvl'S COPYRIGHTS* eta.Po 21 IN FACULTY., FOR YOUNG LADIES. gt SVL Ur.ivcr ilv. 1 ate i irse UiuIJ-J _
S lU ijcrrpirty, proJidba.Jhat':irurty ever at- frinn.l in ii-ot! *isi fijoni _
iu'lec aoi ,
1 1and. lnfoii izm free Handbook write to Sehooiopen.Rept. 1.I* *i-> ra row .,
:*i' '(aini riticnal bflueucct Hold to the they laid best ss>crt themselves befitrethie net Icss tit! one million people MTJNN & CI). asa BkoADWAr.' Ew-'y'ojK. For catalogue address i. Heato. Aecesslt ,.
S ;i ( ordet bav fonml) Oiuest bureau for Becnrirg patents In America. 28T.B.H.Qail SILD. -a in fawybu ;
torn to This jij-it Much Irie'ul in -
Dr. i
) Vr 'f taltlt mnd.wtffk for reformation, when n> pieces. bestuplu New a *?**M**?* tAken out by na la brought before S PRESIDENT. mmYoirr fist. Gey-jV-r-t'rxe.P.P..President. ffatAri/tZTmn.I
.4 King's lis.-uvery f the public by a
t junta has just enough capacity to rum the sir Cop.siimptiou notice given free at cbaxse in the bahTilla. Te n.
WLkui- toughs Col.ls.
Ifyou IMVO iuver
; best institution in the world If _given control used this great -onjh uutlicine, ono ,a Name on Ten aal IVcril Sumup.azda
: ;|mY>f tter ocrati cmli have DO See
of U.-Suti. trial will convince you that it has won IxjtUeot'JndUiblelr.kfur, Ajre* t* wanira DflUCflflWMmeaacd I WomneYsuei Koticeof FinaIDlie.harge-S
: ; htecLthl Lo'glye tTCLIU* to the derful curative Address J..1\ KREITER 11U1LII UUIIII'g iroin any form CCHRONIC
in Lariot
powers all-discaies of ctrenntuon of* octcntlflc: paper la the B DISSASFw valuable Sis months
S ?7 Ala can M-cure a after date I will apply to th*coon'
: p.'i TS throat, chest and luutjs. Each. bottle i i.> j -world.nian houmg Svtendtdjy be hIlutiated. No Intemge13 -5 work o their affliction (8calej> fret'v aud! its 2UlSs of Bradford conr.ty. bane of Floridai;
_-S Last Monday night was passed is Pen- puarantoed to do all that is claimed or I eorl l.5O clx maQeithL withoutIL Address Woeki MNI4 3.OO cc.a, IF YOU 't'ANT.TQ. Make Money send lOc iejrn how they can be cured at home J>y writing fur ihral x-ttleaient nsa iiu-'ni ratorof thee t
S ; sacola by Judge Mitchell, democratic candidate money will be refunded. Trial l bottles j UBU5IftiiS.&I uruui4w&, New %nrk. in silver for 13 Samples, valuable Erui ipu ai.d !>::.PARKER&OJ. 343 K. Clwrry street XasJiISetter fate of Frank Sum-Bcrs, d.r.sed. late of sal-* '
free vnere: write to-day delays oati- "
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Tlie newj railroad is going lo be Th ;New Railroad: Weaver. ..

ftDFORD!fppTELEGRffl: built -' : : -. The preliminary;. work -on' tlie JAmcs for 1 11'president Wivvrihethl4PrtYCclitlate is now.calle0jiiiliy i a Sat0*'- tt,:IIIu2twitii
Starke and JHgh I .'Springs 'railroad the of the country fiicc.hiarfrtpwJ.
==- Peaches press '
-. 2 1892.L ? and pears are plentiful in has so'far progressed that the:,managers as a congressmn'18S: 'If b"e-cxp W L ouVTcssion p

A"' Sttfke, Fla., July ? the market. -* have assured us'that the road southern democrats to1 vote.for himlie will ii: wm1im .. :
ccruiuly mistakeik when ilievotesitrtf ""..*> & ** & ih !! rrteacharnest -- .. ;.'
The rains will certainly be built. Tho right of t* w > **-*! .
L T4oca1aEafrs. heavy arc causing cot- counted. Hero is his opniio'n.of the democratic tiauroi _# for .

: ton to shed,badly. way'baibeen secured via Sampson party in 18H. which he\sized "pia'a E? in i i > ',, i., i if. ".i" -- .f r- j LI 33 .. i itirpMfirirlj

*flourwhen City jind LaCrosse, and 'a considerable speech inthe house of representatives: : i .p tt ..v" teeo !
:'t hybuy.inferior you Onrjown oonncil has levied a 7 subscription has been 1 am surprised Ireyond measure ,that a 'r.! '- < i jpin.e i 1 irtIcIe'builncm,
Home at the sameIletberget money record ,vile and '. ,
\. vctSwePt mill tax for this yea'rTax made The parly witu 'a so utterly
& .Rkbard. up. required 1oOOOJias wretched and wicked"should be so lost to trfw e if" t :>tin'jw liiisi mantmi' :

3, ___ ;__atTruby. Collector M M tide hailed been made up in Starke and the nil shame and decency ns to mute an appearance '* Ufni biJi: ;_ ctj-. lust'
Aful1 line of paints into the Ambler company, who propose to before the people of Iowa. RAILWAY. .It3M I. for me.; nv ,* Vrta in
Stcrnburg & Co. city,on Wednesday. ;
of further arraigning school nulftrrt irevhvofit t'.ies.ru
build the road, have purchased the What is the use any

J7Jones' white diess goods Sirs. Tydings, of Anthony, is on a depot property, the Dr. Gaskins lot crimes the defunct at the democracy bar of public with opinion all its? hoary\\ e SCHEDULES, OF DAILY .TRAINS IN 3 Li'3 in ;ltrndf I think: r.l B"fj rtfutjilikfchiin 'sei t hII4I nn. .

'. before YOU ptirc1aS. visit to-relatives in this city. and J. W. Andrews' property. The know that its dimes compass niurdcr. he desi ref I rt T>mi earv ,r esPI '

silk depot property will be used for a treason, I berth, arbon', fraud perjuiy ami : 1LT tlumu !. '!'- t4hurSt -
ladies'black umbwllw Mrs. Richard has
Oar line of Capt. gone to freight depot, and a new'union pas all crimes possible for an orgAiiiziliou to 'I1O5PFCM. t_ ',arrg.sr.o,,* VSLLEY iuttieUP 7t7e7f ', cf'nw1 .. h

cannot be surpassed. Jacksonville for a few weeks. will be built the connive at. b SUpj! Lv IncivSfjavIIie. t LvJ5nv... ... m uca titi, thin rdof pnl'Iu i.ir rui.ifii.. .;' .&
Troby Stcnrfnirg & Co. senger depot on No lepublicau can ever under any circuinMauces. JacksonvlUe. I LCohiaia1 ..o 1r: Ar.tbitta.. -.I.. SLip S&s L.,*:?mi is lW' j.ricijzbj.ff& _ '_' i.
Callohao. !
Mrs. Dr. Gaskina lot. The road will Lv ... .* 9 : .... .. irfSCo 1'JO
: Thebaut and family are visiting run have or l"tith the .. j ;vLLv \ aycrosi i a.LY.uaqta; ? 1 the >inliliv 'ol .
unypait LT Waycross. jrs i :( Ib.ctxuijj'
.......... .0 7COj .
jj J.'Jones has a fall stock of Dr. Simmons and family. through the 3. W. Andrews lot in hungry, rebellious man-hatinjr, womau LT Jcsup .................... .EOiilfArticoa.1.LJcnp ........ ..,.. 4<"V>i Jv CniUauoofa t. CibaJOSlta OEEo145a mi insIltut T'tWuly'sty3)tThr) J Vitntincit *

funeral supplies, coffins and caskets front of the Capt. .ones place and selling gang corporate! under the name nideuicjcracy ArMaconLvMacon...... ......Slto'lLv' JHean, .-. ;. i '' 1 .iKr.evt .. I!(it? ] tSz tixes'h f Uw pn<)>! :c
all prices. Mrs J R Williams, of Hampton, throngh N. J. Jones' place, and take a name so full of stench und Ar Atlanta.Lv ....... 83Ja'-Ar.CSpSt;} JllLinU AUan'a ,. -3 rf m.Ar,Jicrrwiownj .. 8 lUla it) Sa 8CBa6COa vi I TH i.f Hni'lford rtiuisiy l rise c' '! a-,5 _'
at ... v .
has gone on a trip to Kentucky. the line back of Dr. Gaskins' and poison that it should bj blotted from the Ar Chattanooga.Atlanta. 7 CJt>jAr> Cittatoog.-. ....j C Jl.Ar PatuA .. their might unit "">;,iathir.WluoIe Ulllg,.
kinds of hauling done urornptly vocabulary of civilized muu and !handed TCp''! Lv Cha'lanooja ... .. . iso? as >i gntit curs Iznuurox.p-tL-r. y 1.O_'

AH W. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. Mr. L B Powell has added a stock J. G. Alvarez' orange groves out of OUT to the bat biriai tint: il so fitly now ArBurjjm Chattanooga.......... :SiTJa Ar Turijinr .............5..'i .i. ,Ar --'-'---'j ..- ..io_ J15? I h1. 1.4 .:tiduttly 2uitmiiitIvrsnuI at1cI--
J. pcnntU.
at of groceries to Ins meat market. town. This wi.l be a very pretty and iu all the put: ; l has icprefented. Ar Lv Cincinnati Cincinnati... .... 7'3.iLv 21' \ C Ciccinca iAr .I ..ec.'u [ ('-iiiiyhas' 2.3)1 stuu1)i1i'ihm) *ilutttboi. He t' ,, '

Domestic and New Home sewing road and will be a big help to this Hut, then what could you expect from 'Ar Chicago......- .. 3 Lhici.o ... .. sc.us It) thiiik. I b4 'Tumty'iuisthuute nf.*. "

sale Mrs. Helen Brown of Jacksonville city. Work will in the poor, blind diseased, decrepit disiu;il, :' : tzr'i :::. 820a 1220a4iSa Few, week byTraby
for commence a LBurin..i'L
machines damned old democratic p'Mty?-Jletiopolis. .. _PhtiadhhL .. 11 2a money, ami with l ;wtifh/gzuatdiploin-ia*
Sternbiirg & Co. is visiting relatives in the couple of weeks. Lv Chattanooga.....ii t. L' Cttatirrn'.s. _. .. S .Wz ycrk t ip T lOa | to its graduates2f nrtbtr truth of the- '

city. Ar Memphis........ MMp'.i; ... ... .... .. otvetnttws wius "
Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latest _ _ MeElree't WINE OF-CftKUUI lor tcmale diseasei. *kReiiiarks'by Bill Nye," Pullman buffet Skvpirs1 Mar.n kx'tr.tI.&nt.i tOjirAsvjiie......... mil; U w, UJ every ts
the mutter iarticlcof .
.. i given thzouzgut,
collars. Candidates for county office are New River.Mr. Bill Nje's latest book, is now be'ng issued Jacksonville toCinciaIsat1iCtta.4 & iT ii ,I VPtIflZII buffet *
etyles of gents' and elegant day cacbes Ctr.crinatt. I)ty co'cinsu c-er; Cattn'c.ri t3 CWnri via.J i that lIlt'voui) institute is simply'J th t
beginning to come oat and announce Barry's residence is nearing com in a SpeCiLl edition for the East Tennessee acksonufle to t..iatta- 1Jicksonmic toJt.'si,3nIt Harritbr. T!* C.zo am. tra.iii froninooga inuist&rii.g gu'.uml! i.f the leiebing'fv'eis
Send your Jacksonville consign- tli em sd yes. pletion. S \ u'inia und Georgia railroad. It without change. wltho'ltcSLtItrl. Chattanoo us. c.trrie5 a sleeper to of the ctIlnv! ,. preparatory for the coming*
Producer's contains 504 and 230 illustrations. EXCJJBSION TICKETS Washi.ieton Ma SJicaandoah Junction '
the Florida p ijes SUMMER .
tneuta to The mill has teen is and the B. & O. R.K.,connccUng with | campaign.
saw repiired and Limited ta Oct. 311 1892 '
book foniieUy sold for $3. but can from May Sept. 30.
The On sale 13tc
A How else is the know
and Consumers' Exchange. s'p great deal of ditching is necessary runuing. TOA- SV1tIMER RESORTS. the l'Royal Blue Ijnc. I superintendent to
now Uv had by sending 18 2-cent sta'nps relative to rates,hotels, etc., cheerfully Limited rain ta all Eatlrrn Ptintilart who compose hia, tachinjr fore*? How
to be done in information
town Full
Don't forget; that we are headquarters now car The turpentine business is in full blast to B. W. Wrenn. Geu. Pass. and Ticket furnished. Every letter of inquiry answered in Ictail. as IOT as by any alT.-ralli'us. c..u he select teachers itt suit the various

Janus'Means' shoes. ry the water off; The farmers are pulling fodder.L agent. Knoxville, Twin. It is guaranteed For berth reservations. rates,folders,etc.,appiy to ticket agents throughout Fiorina or to Fla. schools of the county, without some per-
for "blues'* titan ,other known fist. Pass. Agt.,8a West Bay Street, Astor J3IockjacksonviUe, -U
to euro any FRANK
;2 H Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mr. Ransom Williams, father of farm W.at Litcsvillc.I'inholster is busy improving his remedy, and the price is within the reach a.W.WRENN,o. i.&T.A..Knoxville.Tean. CH.&S. N.KIGILT, A. G.F.A.,Atlanta,Ca.il. supplies soi.itl khi-w the leilgv necessary of them requisite? The 'Institute'' .,, '

Commissioner J R Williams, died at of all. lie complains that ell other
; Curtain. poles and J.lace G. curtains Alvarez.at Hampton Tuesday night. satutactory The dry ,weather as we got last rid of week our was surplus very Second District Convention. :. L. 3TEWAHT, M. 1). FOR SALE sionr.r men fit tJicmxlm for.their work.

Certainly; that perfectly right and
: water.
Mis. McCormick and Mr. Warnock A dish let coiiVctition is culled to meet Office-. rt!& The discribed located !Iu> not teachers nisi educate
damask in the following proper I
: The nicest table McCormick of Mrs. Emily Abbott i is confined to her at Lake Butter July 23. Ib93, for the put themselves?-bin .wh ever heard of"
mammoth Gainesville, are bed with fever. within the limits of the
city at N. J. Jones' cheap pose of selecting 27 democrat C delegates corpoiate hundred!
hotly of a Lzwer.doctnrs. wr
of Mrs. W E .
) dry goodsstore. guests Davis. Mis. Idella Ilollouay and Dr. L. It, to the county convention at btaike Aug. SI(1JS Dmy Company.injBtf town of Starke, is offered for sale: baseball professionals l liiig employetl by .

: The best_ Rio coffee 5 ibs. for Siat Mrs. G 13 Campbell died the 20th Geiger visited our town this week. 11, 1O2. Ch'n A. Uibt.A. FBI I Nii.en.2. Two Acres oi" Land one little county like Bradfordli i io not

inst. of congestion of the liver and Deputy Sheriff Johns arrested anegio well fenced, upon which In a good well necessiry: for them to convene sincath yare
Richard's.Just M. 01
& liE POWELL -
Heiberger buiisd here, supposed to be tlia Hampton mur- Our Little Men and Women for August painted and plastered two-story dwelling; n-sponsibb t > lolxxly but each individual
was next day at Crosby cem deier. with whom deal Tttreism
full line of James FIDELU. dives, the boys a hint which they will nuJeibtand they *
received a un excellent well of water bricked from
etery. ( in What the Brook Siw. Til's PHYSICIAN SURGEON. employing power itbody- responsible'fur
;1 Means' shoes at J. G. Alvarez.A Wbo Want Office.Col. number is remarkable fur its many short JND the clay; good stable and outbuildings. their work save themselves, \VilU the '

stock ot coffins and cask Staikc real estate is looking up, W. T. Weeks who announces him and clever stonw*. and as tisiiil the pic- The following is a list of the Trees grow teachers it.i quIte a d.ilerent thing. The

new buyeis ate getting plentiful but sellers self candidate for ie-elictiou ns county lures ate excellent anti numerour. 'll.isis Office at Gasklus' Drug Store, ing the p'ace' : superintendent of publte instruction bt .
4 ets at N. J. Jones. show clerk is better l and FLORIDA upon made reipout.ible for the actions of cacb
a deposition to hold on probably known to everyman certainly the best boys' girls' magazine : STARKE -
80( Plum Trees 13 2J
t1 Have you tried Sweet. Home flour? for better prices. woman and child m Bradford county ever issued. !sl a year. lOc a copj.Biibyl.iLil nuyl5tf varieties year teacher and if every little ccm.nuuity of 4

f3.le an increasing every day. than any other oqe man. He has held for Aiigt.bt is a pilly dainty bearing; Chcstnnts 5,2 varieties Apples thirteen children does not have jostthe1'

I The best?trade tiee? it. For sale by The third patty people are grow- the position as clerk of the court for four number Nurse Karen ttlls a charmiig Frazee & Hall G trees (3 Standard) 3 on Pear roots; best teiu her in the county they wgn new '
iI: The years and hue given universal satisfaction. story, Simtluatt has a good lime at the superintendent a new- bo.ird.thjng .- ij.
less 40 Trees 4 varieties 77 Pear
& Richard. nz and less in the Orange ; ..
county. Bv and _
,: Heiberger and the twins Law new, waste enough g., _
se.ishoie; tiptoe enjoy a and Counsellors at 1V
election time Mr. J E. Wain right this Alt'ys 4 varieties 7 Persimmon '
endless there will be bat few announce full of llii,vift.. Tlicra are piettyfctoriib : Apricot ; al-to snppiy the state for ten gttaenujooi- /** 1'

Spring goods in an qnar- of them. week that he is a candidate tor county ver-c and pictures. all!! made fur ROOM NO. 1, JOKES BLOCK, 77, choicest varieties; Peach 80. large Now what is the cost of t'isvuaflfiiuiil'W'SSjIf '
N J. Jones' mammoth htortJ. -. tax assessor anti asks the voters to n- the paid for ,
at and will like tl'er.i better county
tity baby, ina.np.ui selected vaiictits; Quince 2. Chinese.
The Ladies' Aid of the member him when they cast their votes. STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA. lights, board nd nit. the
Society th.in number.P.n .
50c 5c
G. Alvare* has just received a M. E. chinch He has served one term as tax assessor ever. a yeai' a And Downey Build'g, cor- Third and All the above trees are iu bearing most be comparatively small A
ice for
contains a -
car load of "Diploma" flour. serve cream and has at various tunes made up the tax sy August JIMII romprehensive It also Center strs-t Fernandina, Fla. of Ihera in their second year. county pays for one competent S
4 at Hemingway hall on Friday eve- books. He is familiar with every fuot of pipLrr-ti logelow. frn_ .. which costs the enormous su '

Our stock of groceries is> the most nirg: July 29. 2Mi laud hi the county, and his past experience gives the u blight title bit of of St.Amenciii Augustine.history Short iisder :- H. Ti LAGKUGKKNLAND This place must be seen to be appreci- hundred dillars. There are 63 schoi .

::1 complete in town and juices way will play well iu hand if he is again stones poems aid sketches in ;tbuunitamucz.i r. aeed. For further information -apply to the county and the cost is a little over ., :

c down to hard pan. JV Hodges has just purchased elected to the oflicc. lie illustrations are many and good and STJRVE VOIL DR. A/L. SCOTT, dollar for every school iu the county.Ths "

.\ Truby, fiternburg & Co. Walter Wills' residence on Mr. il. M! Hale 1 as annonnced himself make it a bn'jjht. attractive summer number. is a day of progression and we -

Walnut street and will move into it a candidate for ie-eecton! as tax collector 1 a year, 5c a number. Deputy County Surveyor. Starke, L1t.U.D ; mus>t move, we must have the best ofjeverything. .

: Wagons and wheelbarrows at Aug. 1. Mr. Wills has to FeriianJina of Bradford county. ilr. Hale has been All the above magazines me published AH! Lines run from U. S. Surveys Field Notes Fogies and fossils must maid* '
Morgan's Bazar. lax collector for the past six years, and by the D. Lothiop Co.: Bistou."Johnny Le\eilitis and Drainage Sjniemw, etc. loom for men of advanced thought. Tho
i looking up a new business has collected the tax us closely its could f S -(fall att this 011cc. MINER only way by which Bradford cuinty can '

. To reduce stock before our annual local IOfl.iti be done. He has made matv strong ," said the mother of n Washington STARKE FLORIDA.Mr5 keep up with tht procession h to ;akeadvantage'of
friends whil in the office who w'lll stick hri "you must never deceive mi ." the means at her commaiuJ.
:A stock taking we will sell our summer Thomas Aimstrong, since Close to him, as he has made a good olflccr '' Well muinin.i." he siid ictkdivelv, I say, too. i-mploy county teachers, >-

k goods at reduced prices. many years a resident of this county If he is le-elccted he will! continue to serve "1'11 tell you \vhit; will be a good plan. Farmor : wl en pr.die-able. Superintendent Hilt ia

e Truby, Sternburg & Co. lied the 9th inst., fej: years old. tLe people faithfully.Mr. henevtr I ask you if I can di auyihir. says Watchmaker and one of the heartiest supporters of the idea,
you say *yt.s'." so is the endue school board!, but,how are
: Ask I C Webb for card, stencils, Il was one of the lirst settlers of L. D. Wall announces himself a If I had h.id some means of they to employ county teachers unless '

etc. of tie Florida Iroducer.i' andConsumers' Chicago and owned much proper tifiere \ candidate for tax assessor of the county.Mr. IVlcEirse's Wine of Csrdu! Irrigating last fall, I should have they ran get them out into the field of the .

which was l the Wall bad several years of experience is I teaching profession? .
Exchange. if destroyed >y rn.ide .it least 1,500; as it
great fire of '71. Ur. Ammrong as assessor of Clay county. He is well and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT arc shall make $500." Jeweer.Staie Why, many of the men who would

% of all kinds at.the acquainted with the values of land. He for sale by the following merchants ia not leach: school iu Bradford county are too
Job printing was a kind and upright man and knows whore all the land lies and who ri'h.\t have done last pernicious to spend lea. dollars for board
. might
TELEGRAPH office. is mourned by wife, children and owrs it. If elected he will make a per Bradford county: ; cxcttjjc ZEPla- iu order to ntteml a month's *hormal institute. '
ui sonal vibit STARKE DRUG Co., Ptnrke.O. fall but: i it will not do now for if
many friends. to every person in the county \V. YOUNG. ilatiiptoui.JNo. Then Uiv-y must be "dropped.

. We haveeverything you need and and make a correct abasement of his piopeitv. A. KINO, LakuButkr.J you are in need of wnter for irrigation How? ,Why, ak them to. come nuU,, j. ,-
/ will make prices to suit the need of Mrs. Florence Newcastle died a H
_. book. few days ago at Seattl", Washington county commissioners to value the land iu H. O. PARKER, bcvr Itiver.He or ally other purpose, call on or and women whoare interested in the

your pocket Truby Sternburg & Co. where she had gone from Bai- this district, and has given satisfaction.Mr. -Why did yon ask> me not to upset address G.V.. YOUNG, who rep- Largest Assortment of cause of education. If they can't be found

.1 P. S. Crews himself in the boat? Aie you afraid of water? in this count/, thtn we mu t get them
tow a few months visit announces theCHICAGO
ago to a bhe-no; but 1 have heard tliHl when a events where wo caiu N > county is barred
N. J. Jones has BOO, Crosby cemetery this Ksue for re-election to the oflice of Watches Clocks and
.i lots for sale. nephew. No particulars of her sheriff. Mv. Crews has held the fflce for man rescues a girl horn diowuing he is AERMOTOR CO. Hgainst Bradford coui.ty teachers.'
sickness or death received but SHIP to her.CLOSING. .W'.ft' )IcDoXALD.
as marry '
,. two years filling an unc plred teim He _
We have the most stylish straw site has been fcr years a sufferer is gaining tho experience that his term lIe can furnish you with a well and Jewelry, A PHILOSOPHICAL COCKROACH.

liata- in town at wholly below with henit trouble, no doubt this would give and is now in a condition to O1JP-SAL1 :.ill other appliances that \vill give .
' was the cause of her sudden demise. go into a full term wilh knowledge of the you all the water you want and also A cockroach sat on an edltorVdesk. *- '
jfficc. Mr. Crews baa made
competition.Truby Bartow News. a good sheriff ofWilliams Special attention given to the With a cynical smile oa hli face;
repairing -
& Co. mod furnish for kind of
and his
Sternburg perfoi ctuty well and if power any light And watched the editor make grotesqn

Ig? WINE OF CARDUI), a Tonic far Women. iigain elected will serve the people us here- & Sons machinery ss 1 stones, woodj of Clocks and Watches. Black marts oa a clean white place."Dear
r* "Qriite English, you know" Lon- tobcfore. gnu Good work done at reasonable rates. mer said the cockroach,"I caat ace
onThvells cigars at J. G. Alvarez HAMPTON, FLA saws, cotton gins, etc, .at a price Why he should labor so constantly
N"line of low shoes receiv-
; r'4 just For be doesn't accomplish a single thing
of pale. de at Truby, Sternburg & Co. $5.OOO Stock Met cliand ise. 3.000. that any one can afford to pay who With all hid writing and scissoriog 4 .

i5 .. We make returns on day TIT1TI To settl'; the affairs ot o ir senior member, can afford to farm one acre of land.G. Paste and scissors .

-. Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville.tf or, One lot of 8 cent calico reduced late deceased, including fancy timber and YOUNG, !! !!Qa$ Think of. thb Scissors energy and going paste to waster -
plusphate lauds in Uindfor1 Col'imbu
to 5 cents at ,
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THE BDTTERFUES1 CMNIVAL. / & Co. and Al,ichut'counties I live cottages: Wt'll Horse Shiner, Cluck: and Tin Smith etc.. The editor listened but didn't reply. .
Truby Sternburg *
d JJEW GGODS NEW GOODS located, n di-siniblo business bloik wilh J'il8' _>- STARKE. FLA., : Jiui.I For Le had too much to do; ""> -
.'t But ho said to himself,"One cant drayThere's .
in all departments at warehouse on side 'rack, two nice reid 'tfi*Jviv?
Ladies' ind rubbers *
1 gents' t gSZSbSKS much in the point of riew. '
& Co. enc-'s with cow sheds and gardenr 300.OiO '
Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. One cannot hfa neighbor's worth .
This beautiful Drama will be measure
rendered Trilby, tJtcrnbiirg :
feet lumber muleo. : : : .1 tjtiTt
wagons buggies UnnaraHeicd! Bargains By the gash he makes in the face of Ihe edrtb;
BOXES of the "LirrxK ONES" of harness cattle and hogs. Parties : 4J j: ;
z ONE MILLION or- by We will have something new in And I strongly suspect that he may be
't ooges wanted by Burton K. flairs, Starke, under the leadership of Miss bhoos to offer early next week. For please having: make accounts sotllfir.snls with in the some late firm way will accent I in N vV l Ulsii**"4 I. Perfectly right Paste In and lib scissors.Judgment of me. .' '.

iJ : ': Jacksonville. Emma Truby, particulars call atTruby ;ihle to adjusters at an early dale.liespecifullv i New Lace, Scissors and paste towastet"- .
Think of the energy going
Steinburg & Co. t New Veilings. "
L : The TELEGRAPH will be sent fa Friday Mslit, the 29tU Int. F. M. \\ JLLI.M55 Adjuster. Now Hamburg Ei'cinjr. Then the editor smashed the.cockroach-flat ,, ',% '

address for $1 a year.I. Fruit tumblers fruit New Swiss Embroidery, J. L. GASKINR With his scissors and buried hint deep W '
any jars jelly
:: Proceeds to go towards purchasing .gTT i ja rri.* *-! -- VitfArvfyV 3' s 'r sss 8 In tho pot of paste and remarked,"Now that ..

: t Go to J. G.Alvarez for the best jar rubbers and tops at Kcjristration Notice. '1 New Mitts aud CVivi-s, DEALER IN I consider is getting off cheap. .
a new Organ for the Presbytet'ran 11 Indies' Under Vests, '
Truby Sternburg & Co. Notice hereby tliat the The critical faculty,as we know, %
;f; .' 5c cigar. ,_ _ p church. bo.k l a for 11 Bradford County 'wilt tic registration opeu threw i t1 New Btrlts, / Drugs & Medicines la a dangerous thins to have,and tor*" .

. 4 ,. Men's straw half, various styles (-0 days in each week, and ending on tae second i Misses' Corstts, Starke Fla I've forwarded you to a better land. .
The hotel in Jack
nice and at AJJMISRIOX.-Adults 25e, Chlldieu15c only $2 a day Satuitlay in An u-t, Tff\\>, trout 9 a. m to 12 m., hi Hair Curlers. For tho sake of society understand" *
l and shapes, sonville is The Travelers and 2 p in. to ) p. in,, liauieh Jlondjjs, Tuesdays 1 Physicians' Prescriptions Then the editor took up bis pen and said. <'
J. G. Alvarez. Iteserved Seats 35 cents. and VVediiPS'laj Class wore, Tin ware Wooden ware, dead.
As be looked at tbecockroaeh lymif
i I : 'tii0 titsi net registration books will be open at Crockery ware, Umbrellas Suspenders, Carefuf C'tinpovntled at a hour*-(lay orCANDY -
-: r If.you want a pretty Four-in-hand DOORS OPEN AT 7 O'CLOCK. E- If you want'to feel good and sleep some convenient place m each registration district nga __ "Pasto and scissors; 1" '
Hosiery, Shirts .and Under Shirts, Hand Scissors and paste "
TELtTAINMLNT BEGINS AT -3O.. two days in each week for two weeks, ccmmcncinR -
Powell and
:: tie or scarf cheap go to well at night, go to get August 1. lfc) from 8 a. m.to 12 in. kerclnefs. Collars and Cuffs; Perfumeiy. Think of the energy going to waster
J. G. Alvarez. Try BLftCK-DRAUGHT Dyspepsia. some of his meat. and f om 1 p. iu. to 5 p. in. Knives and Forks and 11.(MX( ) other articles A-EcTIa -Chicago Journal.
: : E. L.ODOM. -
y L LADIES, ask for Died. Sliperisor of llcgistration of which cannot be enumerated here, which
AH reduced
. lORD'S summer goods at Bradford Oj ilonda. will be offer*1 at prices never before heard STORE A NNOUNCEMENTS.

tz' .-. JINKITTING At his residence in Hampton, at prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co of in the history 01 Stiirke. ,

.:- 9 o'clock p. in. the 19th inst., II. R. Call for rt Democratic Mass Come acrt secure some of them before C. R. ENSEY For Sheriff. /

: GOT WEAR )YiUiains, 58 years old. The deceased Peaches, grapes, berries vegetables Ieet jug.ilie they arc all gone. I hereby announce myself n candidate

- : at Truby, Sternburjr & Co was born in Edgefield county, etc., and oranges in season. denioci.il' of tie Glh disliict will CORNER RAILROAD AND MAIN STREET, for the office of Sheriff of Bradford pomt.

k S. C., 1834, and came to Florida in tf P. & C. Ex", Jacksonville. flied in Starke Thursday, Augu-t the 4th, New Yerk Auction Store. ST RKE. FLA. ty, and ask the suffrage of the voters

Alelrose. The us itcommended by the executive commit the flection. Respectfully, .
1850, settling near If want tirst-class beef, pork tec, to select 23 delegates tti attend t.c! coming
funeral services you Vegetables, Candies, Fruits and II..Aosrm..
were preached at county convention at btarke on the lllh Dissolution of ,
or to L B Powell and Partnership. .
t ,
sausage go .Summer Drinks.
tfliam Baptist church at 5 o'clock p. will it. day of August. 1802. to nominate one: seuntor The firm of G. Drolbhagen & Co. of I hereby Announce myself ,a cgndulato, -J

," m. the 20th, by Rev. II. M. King of you get and tvso assembly men as candiditesto ; Lawtey, Fli., is dissolved on July I, Ifc92, COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAMPAIGNE for re-election as Sheriff iif Bmdfonl coutfty. '

Gaines ilk, ably and forcibly, paying A full line of Jame Means celebrated the stale legislature. J. 31. JOhNS by nuftuil C'.nnSnt. Miss L. Gianzmann! MIST. and solicit the support of the voters ut .
a high tiibute to the manly shoes for men.and boys atTruby Ch'n Dem. Ex. Com., kit Dut. continues I the business-gener.il mcrchanli Agent for Mallory Steamship Line. the fall election Respsctfullr.* P. i3.Citws. ..
will all
-in her own name. She pay .
c .
of the deceased After the & Co. 23 1892. oc:96m
purity Sternburg July debts ot a.l l collect all accounts due the --- -

SvM; vices the pall-bearers took charge Democratic Convention.A old firm. \ G. DROLSHAOEN. wiqTD For Clerkol Circntt oUtt.*
County ,
of the lemains and laid it away ..1V Hodges has a larje stoc-k of democratic conventi is called Miss L.Lawtey OLmZMANN. BOYS TO CISTRIBUTE CIRCULARS. :I hereby announce mvfelf a cndIda ,

with masonic honois. clothing that he i34 bound to sell. to county meet at.the cowL house in Starke>n, onThursdav. Fla., July 1, 18U2. Boyp, do you want to make S3 or $lOa day to for re electionwto fhe offlfr of C1ert.tflhu '

ScELREE'S WIKE OF CARDUI foTWeak Nerves. Call and see it. Au pe of noiniHutin one senator from the \V liN Lr Lf. Watcnes and Jewelry ant and Hsht- No experience required. Others respectfttlly! sollcit the support ot mJiiw f4!
OLD RIP TOI5ACCO. on commission. No postals answered. Send 2c do the Be citizens ;at the ensuing elecdcrur
are ,
15th senatorial district, two members of coining money iou can B&me.
; The Pastor is Happy. stamp for particulars.. Mention this paper when resptcrfujly* :
llt'hl chew this brand, who never the legislature, "and electing a new exec- you write us. Address the first to sen>1-addressed stamped envelope -* -S. Very
F'.zf: i Ed. TELEGRAPH-Some time ago I returned vtive committee. The election districts 1 W. D. HUFFMAN Sampson,Va. for particulars to P.'O. Box 1233. WTwzzs
from visit to South Caroling and tried before ,
a ,
of the county are entitled to the following 2 Providence U. !.
found upon my floor u splendid new car And having bought it once, comes numbei of A GENTS wantett. 300 new novelties. You For TaCoJlcctor-; y, :

r : \\E AllE CLOSING OUT. pel. and oiulbc eveuii.r of the OUt inst. a back for more. Dist.ict delegates No. 1, Law: ley. 10. to 1\every send arent stamp and,we big do prnts.I the rest.. A gold watch i > MAURI AGE PAPER. I hereby nnnoniice njvseW rnndidatft' '' '

You sire mllitr in lianjrerf lu'ingleft iiirgc crowd uf men, women and children Sold by 1'ruhy-Sternhillrg &. Co. I. 2. Lake Butler 27, Randolph Novelty Co.. Randolph.Nags. TLc "Lovers Companion" personals Jc for re election In ,:otS&otTar; Collector -
gathered at house with baskets-bundles of Bradford county -luf my
';1 if you don't hurrytipVe h-iveu't nny 3, Palestine. 9. per word for each insertion. Subscription
all undtr the ofexcclleul AGENTS WANTED solicit Ihtf fellow .
eic., leadership 'S fully : support..AaJrny
4 Providence. 11 Advertiser if
20cpcrjcar. a
time to lose,-neither have 'von. W.t.i.! Try our cigars we have the best you
Thomas and iu .
a. Deicou .ToBl'ph I' 5. Pine Hill. 13. For Shepard's Gold and Silver Polish, which good tmgiun send 2."ic for 1 inch I time or citizens., Respectfully ; ..
: 30 days we n usl close out our stock of due time we were regaled with music by assortment in the city. '. 6, Starke..23. maKTs the article shine without scratch. Will $
summer goods. It Isn't a time fur letting that ticcomplibhcd musician, Miss ilmul Truby, Sternburg & Co. .1. 7. Hampton 7.: not deface the thinnestlplate. Watches, jewelry drcts Corop.iniou," Box 63, t'ciotsi. 111., -

I. S : other fittlc thi. 6 or big things stand in Powell the chuich's organist. Ice cream It is lecommended that primaries l.c coin and plated ware of all kinds done in a min antI mention this pap< r .- :

the way; it i is e tIn! fr t-ikiug the bull by and which cake myself was bountifully and wife were supplied escorted, after to Sun umbrellas and fan*, biggest held 4th in cafh 1SU2 district. on fhursdav' August ute without \iflrg water. Big profits for a<;ent*. Naute in Dircctury 3 times 5c. 2 for election .1'u'X Assessor, .
Send 23c forstrrple box and terms to agents.
: the horn 'I le thing for us to do is to AU adjoining room, where we to our astonishment assortment and lowest prices at J. LhILT... Address of Knidfordcorion. me cnsung'eJee- ,

r and found piled everything a pcor Sternburg & Co. PTHThTB and respect rjr' hcit the napporl i .
: make it M-rili ynur wlulo. to buy buy up Truby, Ch'u Dem. Ex. Com. 2 Shephard 3Tg Co., Providence,R.Tf.EST1E3
> to means preacher and his wife could possibly wish J. M. Jonss Cl'k Dem. E5:. Com. Caveats anil Trade-Starts ohtataM end an Patent of my fh1ow tfeIS
ftt once ByliittuC'itleiut you tor. There were things for the kitchen, Write to the P. & C. Exchanger 1. 1892. N paints poets and distributes circulais, business conducted MODKR-VTE ITIES.OUK .ir ;24t. .
P: ruinous rate i us As our pries go the dining room, the bed room, the parlor before July etc, in northwest Arkansas. New territoir. 01TK1CK 13 OPPOSITE U S. PATENT
'- Jacksonville, for prices Good references. T. J, Esues,Valley Spgs, Aik. Office nod *ccao secure patents la less time herelsy .
down your profit gors up. Here is an unprecedented und things local and to wear. Those not elsewhere. tf A Leader. And o: lea con t tiiaii thosejraiot from Wash- for Tux Assessor for fldforcqijnt'

c inr! i'iHti.Mi: of ruinous late able to be present sent their proxies in the you ship Since its first infj-oductioii, Electric $20 ilay selling my new Erasive and Toilet ingtcn and solicit the ,of :thvoter'v.ithe
,. : *:iy of the "thiny" stuff. This enjoyable Bitters has gained rapidly in popular (''ompouiid.a necessity to all. A pleasure to sell bend Mo.M.rj! < or photo, with descrip suffrage
& :. and big induceuu-n; which ill be remembered :No trouble'to' g occasion, long -
Our fee not duo till N secured. .5-
to 00 charge
.. ; yux sp1e Tissues reduced trot; l"e to JOc Q. jrtCrepon by" the postoi's family, closed with an when .you deal,with"the P. & C. Exchange. among pure medicinal tonics and alteca- every, profit h ise.If you frVarranted make yourself.please.Sample and percent A Little Book. "Hov? to Obtain patent Patents,"With .'iflWAr41't.. ;:'. -::

4. : Tissues 15c tolOc earnest prnjer for pustor and people byHer. .; : i tf lives-containing nothing which permits circular 2Dc. receipt and ifeut to sell gl, money names of aerial cljeot*In jour state county. or ?'. Buckla rv'ar ArntcSrSalvei- : ,. -
; Calicoes *' 8c to i<* F. Pixton of M.T3. Iuiie ._ : its use as a beverage or intoxicant is order or postal cote.. Circular Sc tamp. Aeonts town sent free.' Addrait. t "
t ; the church. as the beat and purest medicine wanted. T. JL SMITH C. A. SNOW & COOpp. Th b r Kil yajnIb*./> ?>rl Lawn 5o 1< 4Ginghaml not long; been a resident of Starke, 'If you are due anything on your recognized for all ailments of stomach, liver and 1 Batesvule. Ark. .Patent Ofice. WAHrrsorox, ,I>. G. brni
S. I23ctQ1e mil feel alio LADIES,send roe 10c recipe making
1 ;' 2'.4 lOc to.Sc link has been forged to bind pastor and will take oats corn fodder, potatoes digestion, constipation, and drive ..malaria hair curl.' It will cost nothing to compound it. I gents Wanted.-free prepaid ontflttoenrH vnrflM"Pn411 skin: 6flTpttOiJL1i pn14
'i- Btrawhats and p.imTo's! at your on people iu the sacred bonds of Christian from the system ftatisftf lion guaranteed you have tbs Ingredients already in your house. getie men Several of our salesmen Lave. lively Mire pn w.rtr rut payt reqIrdJ1tI
oe. j'ASTOfl. chickens, eggs or anything elseyouwant wilh. each bottle or the money Notiina: to boy,harmU-ss as cologne.I emed.Q1o$1OQawoeklory.ars. past I,. iiiticleeit to ;'ir>Brfty satJa6<4oit;
ji .prices. S tnrn off and allow full .1. E MoKE.Monic.Ga, J13 ?, P.O.BOX 1271.K wYork. ';; uonk: rf1mn4OdP1tt5Pt. $ Mri*:*&\
' TRUBY. STEliynUltG & ( O.asi'tdigetbn. Baptist.C ir.rcn.. Clarke. to will be refunded. Price only 50 cents a
tfk bottle sold Starke Drng Co. 2 Jdpans Tabiics! cure cGIstiatiofl.A saibtt.
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NATIOALOAPiPAL.r' made for! the oavi1tervr for. the tot' is reported back to the senate. There Taming leopards.in India. AT HOMESTEAD. \

I -: fc.I yean: motion was will certainly be'an effort.todefeat, at -
"***!. *M v HWiWM>MMii l M mpJiIE pro The direction
B Ptfer's chetah ia tied In all ,
far.as the house is concerned. other provoked much discussioif Suburb, but, really, you ought to knowit.
SMJRBILi DENTED K THE ; '- Te'cn.-' question the civil principally from a thick grummet of rope Quiet Reigns but ihe Locked-out Men Every time I run icto the city lately,
fen rep iol.the on sundry appropriationbill around his loln. while hood fitted Over the return
HOUFSDEAD FO&HI3 SESSION. ap r priatol: bill was presented was an amendment regard to a site his head effectually blinds him. He is are Dissatisfied 'vemet your husband on

1 and'agreed to. The house ten adjourned -' for the government printing office i fastened on a strong cot beadstead, and rain; and every time he a paying
I his
the committee having marked attentions to some woman by
on not Washington. Discussion upon it was the keepers and their wives and families
.- ''. ,',"' rROCEKDUro: FROtt DAY TO DAT BBIETL succeeded in transacting any bu- hi'.f concluded when the senate adjourn reduce him to submission by starving AND MAY AGAIN CArSE TROUBLE WHEN side, and ever time it was a dozen different of j
-N..'-.,; :r .", j. ness owing to these confer ed, but there was a consent woman. en him with a
.... 1 ,. ?"tOLD-BILLI.fu XKASTZBXS TOTDKR I nC r unanimou him and keeping him awake. His headis TIME ARRIVES FOR THE Ive
j ports, which have precedence, occupying given that after 8 o'clock Thursday all made to face the village street, and for 'em.

." r.. .. CNlm'1U.roN-B NOE : the dav's session. debate on the bill and amendments shall an hour at time several times a day his WORK TO START UP. Mrs. Suburb (quietly)-"We have bee

f ;; f' I'i FnDAY.'In the house Friday, Mr. be conducted under the fiveminutesrule. keepers make 1 rushes at him -- tying to get a servant girl who would _
.- HOUSE. .. Enloe of Tennessee called matterf New York Weekly.
TE up as a btay. -
and wave cloths, stares and other articlesin APittsburg dispatch says: Saturday OPYRIGHT.I 31 V
4 TED ..-On,'motion of Mr. Catch- f privilege the resolution calling on thepotmaster TnUR senate committee on the
." DAY.-Te hu face. He is talked to continually, the following notice was posted by .
; resolution. ; the,,committee on rules, a general for a report a to all contingent expenses have voted a compre- and women's, tongues are believed to be Carnegie Steel company at Homestead Beware of Ointment far'Catarrh, Thai Fixed fa!

-- was adopted Eettinjf. apart th new service established on railroads since hensive resolution providing for an in- the most effective No of the works, and was Contain Mercury ruAf"
day for the consideration antisoporifics. mill in the vicinity will destroy the sense ot -Liver, Stomach, and B
of bills \I I with al As mercury surely ;
\ March 4
1889 committeeof
., together copies vestigation by special senate created could resist the effects of the wnole
by the committee a being sent all over the,country: smell and completely derange 815 Dr. Pierced Pleasant
eVD on the election' of a the This the Homestead troubles organization it through the mucous sur Pelet3 They' <
correspondence on subject. hunger want of sleep and feminine scolding for employ- tem when entering
: ,:ypresident, vico president and of and the Nones-Individual application faces. Such articles should never be used except do it in just the too-L,' S
membEr resolution offered time and and of-Pinkertons way't
will tw
'/'CongreES. was some ago and the poor chetah becomes piteously ment at Horn:steed Steel rforka reevedby on prescriptions from reputable physicians -
't : : On. motion of Mr. Stout. the icffrrcd to the committee on' postoffices nature of the hbor troubles.! The resolution abjectly tame.-Beast and Man in the superintendent, either by iclegiapU ,as the damage they will do is ten fold tc by using Nature's own :'..
J : Mnate bill was pnssed granting to the and postro ds, but was not reported weiit over ti Friday. Mr. Sherman India: or i person, until 6 o'clock p. m.to Thuwday retain in, the good Catarrh you can Cure possibly manufactured derive from by themHal's J..I. That's why they're better met tha the ; I

f.Meican, Gul Pacific and Puget Sound back. Mr. Enlnc that introduced a repealing that of 21, 1892. I is ou detdre dreadful old-fashioned
., explained com- I DIrt of employes "l hose past & Co.,Toledo. O.contains no merur. ] with ,
right of way through the i f plnint was made that in the exercise of I the present silver act which provides for Caught at Last ou service all ou and who did not take and is taken internally and acts their griping and pi
public lads in Florida Alabama Mississippi take In the tolls of after imposing on thestomach record i satisfactory the blood and mucous surfaces of the system 1"
the of to have teen
his power the postmaster general had dis- monthly purchases ; dysptpsi the attempts Catarrh Cure be sure you get
R* for shall the sufferer restore wart i wwct In buying lal's But they're better in ,# .
4 ... .,,, .
TennE.ee Mr. Dockery I(j eliminated in favor of some railroads and effect January 1st next. his much digestion? By a resort made interfeie with ou rght to manageour the ; I Is taken internally and mao for !wy.
"_ submittd. Distr'ct of Colum.I against others. The house should know FRIDAY.-The last stage of legislationwas to Iosteter'g abuse' Bitters, coupled with I busines Such of our employes as do in Toledo by F.J.Cheney& o. In size, instance, dos "
( i appropriation bill. The report -!j I wbether the complaints were well found- crossed in ,the senate Friday as to an .bldrmment to of .atable and drinkables I. not apply by the time above named will our be Sid by bruggistsjce per btte They're the smallest and the easiest ;
calculated injure desire to .
a agreed to appropriates ::ed. The Republicans desired that the report three of the principal appropriation bills a feeble sl ate. Nothing dlestveapP'uatusln considered as and having no which they re-nter held will The Only ODe Ever Printed.CAN to take ; only one little.Peut,443

$90,000 to meet the expenses of the G. A. :I'I t-hould go back to March 4, 1885, and -the legislative, navy and army conference conquering,rheumatism: malaria and bilious liver disorder.To and kidney. trouble be employment given to other positions men, and tbose first applyingwill I i 3-Inch YOU FIND display THE advertisement WORD' in is needed for a gentle laxative 1 4

I R. encampment in Washington the apj:j I when Mr. Enloc declined an amendmentto reports in each of these having been have choiw of the untle portionfor i this There paper la,this a week which has no two words three for a cathartic. They cleanse,

propriation to be paid entirely out of the that eff'Ct they declined to vote on a presented and agreed to. Nevertheless it people with whom you ta'k always which they are 1u abe.! notice will be I alike except one word. The same is truE of and regulate the !i
ana system
know a little less thin they do. to employe of the works I each week.from ThoDr. thoroughly'but .
revenue of the D'strict Columbia. ; the last given each new one appearing
"* o |I demand: for the previous question. The was found necessary to extend for two non-complianco with this, the places will Harter Medicine Co. This house places a"Crescent" it's done easily and -
The J naturally.
report was agreed" t yeas 150, previous question was ordered-yea?,169; weeks longer the joint resolution of June FOB impure or thin Blood,Weaknes M- ate with non-union men- on everything they mate and SuBp Headache '
;i 77. Mr. Neuralgia, b fled for fend them the nomo B.lhou Headache.;:.
nay Chapman, demanding nay, 3-and the resolution was adopted. 30th to provide for such expenditures of Indigeston Carnegie Steel company. has adver- publish Look it. BOOK.
the take Brown s gives strength of the word and they will return you
; --. regular order, called up under the :i The conference report on the army appropriation the government as are not covered bv bills making old persons feel young-and young tised for bids for furnishing materialsand BEAUTIFUL LITHOGRAPHS or SAMPLES IREI Constipation, Indigestion < :j

; (Itocction' cf the committee the election ; bill was presented and agreed already sent to the president.. The tug- persons strong; pleasant t take. buildings for 100 houses fur the use hisbond Attacks, Bil0U'm
of president, etc., a joint resolution I. the time of When a min's word is not a good us the Liver Stomach and
to. The house went into committee of gestion was to When marrage: is anything else than an of the men employed in the milL The keep witch on his bond. ,
proposing cpnstitu'ional amendment for I the v'holel. Lester, of Georgiain the the extension to the 25th of July on the equal partnership it is a mistake. location isinside ot the enclosure,, and prevented, relieved, and *,}
:..- the rote.election of senators by a popular j I chair- purpose of considering the assumption that the session would be NERVOUS, bilious, disorders, sick protection will thus be a sUed the men, .FOB DY8pepsa. Indigestion' Iron and Stomach They're the cheapt pi you'caa:

: 1 senate amendments to the sundry civil closed by or before that time, but 1r. indigestiAn, loss of appetite and heaahe even in their houses. 'Ionic it rebuilds the system Blt"r. the Blood ; buy, for to j .;. ,.

WXDNESDAY.-I was just noon when appropriation bill. 312 in number. All Allison thought it wiser not to take any removed by Beechanvs FiBs.I Letters were put in thi postoffice Sat- and strengthens the A splendid ton- :. satisfaction is gn t .
from the committeeon f chances but the resolution as ic for weak and debilitated persons.. : or your money
the amendments those relating to pass joint to oid.employe of the mills: I
except I 11 :i ffli'cted with sore eyes use .Isaac Thomp- urday every I turned. You for
rules called only vaIn (
the resolutions in the theday's I pay &
up the world's fair were read and non-con- it came from the house. Most of on'l e-water.Druggists sell at 25o per bottle. with about forty exceptions, running as There are few people who do not at some' _
house providing for' the consideration of j j curred in. Mr. Holman then asked con- session was spent in the discussion follows t.mc; i-hy wLen they run suddEnly upon the', received. V .
: '
: the silver bill. The galleries were crowded sent that general debate on the world's of the fort fications bill. The bill was As Large Carnegie Steel Company. Liite Homestead truth. _ _ I Something else, that pays \:: ,'.

and of the 330 living members of the j I fair amendments shall proceed for the finally passed, having only the deficiencybill k Steel Works, July 15.- :i. llepaira Mr.J. Lane, general manager Georgia" Southern I dealer better, may be '
$ house. 294 were presented voted. Before unacted the senate and noticewas As a dollar were the will be resumed ou Monday morning,July 18th. and Florida Railroad,says: I was entirely oferd
j day and Saturday, speeches to be limitedto oc by .V oid relived of headache by Bradycrotine in fifteen I just as good. ? JI
General I 4' scrofula sores on to return to position. .
my poor We invite your
Catchings had time to say half hour and that vote shall be given that that bill would be taken )OU is the only thing that relieves me."
a can't be for
him but
at the usual time.J. minut. I I it v
anti Work to ,
in little boy, sickening you
anything cents. I
explanation bills fifty
ex-Speaker A number of were
jjaken at 12 o'clock Tuesday, agreed to. up! Saturday. -. .5 .sting. They were General Al ,
Bccd disg W.lOTr. Supnteudent. -
cried out the moon! to tab'e' the j Immediately the chairman was surrounded taken from the calendar and passed, 't V ; his -- =----- .'
resolution, but the speaker ruled that them the house bill to amend the especially severe on -
by members desirous of having among ..
back of his ears and SUNDAY DISFATCI1ES. -
; General Catchings was entitled to the I construction of legs "
act to authorize the abridge V
j names recorded the list of speakers, I him :
: k floor, and that an hour's debate was in and for ten minutes upon the noise and confu- across the Tennessee river at j jra flood's his hea.Sarsaparilla.gave In A mass meeting was held at the rink ;t

:- order. !Ir. Bland spoke briefly for the bill After short executive session the at Homestead Sunday morning at which .
., was so great that business had to beuspended. Knoxville. a i wo weeks sores L >m- .'
;. and oft amendments to it. He also Eon When the senate, at 5.50 adjournedtill oseph Euoy. menced to heal up: thescales about 4GO men were present who represent ," iI.l'
comparative quiet o'cock.
came off and over his body new and and .t
al day
gave that lie would move to amend S bad i been secured, the floor was accordedto SaTurday. healthy flesh and forme. When he had the department ."
the resoluton from the committee on' Mr. Durborow of Illinois who SATURDAY.-In the senate Saturday, taken 2 btte'- of SARSAPARILLA laborers. Several speeches were made as Lib "
open- ,
"*'rle8 debate and provide for a cr1 the debate upon the world's fair after disposing of considerable routine RenT, Box, ht 350, Columbia free from, Penn.srel. HAKKV K. to the poster put up by Frick inviting the (._

direct vote on:the passage of the bill at amend nt Other speakers were business nd bills to which no objection old men back to work and after some 5..' C
'2 o'clock.' ,Mr. Clarke, of Alabama\ read Messrs. McCrrary of Kentucky Pendle- was raised, the general deficiency bill HOOD'S PILLS arc a mild,gentle,painless consideration the following resolutionwas

a little speech he had prepared in ad- ton, of West Virginia; Little, ;of New was taken up at 2 o'clock p. m. and the ,safe and efficient cathartic. proposed and passed unanimously: 4. )_ i

'- vance, In.vhich he said that'he believed \" rk of Illinois i and Wheeler committee amendments were acted upon. Whereas, We the employes of the mechanical
() Taylor :
; ADVICE laborers of the Carnegiesteel
i in.free cMnage, but nothing could be accomplished of Alabama. The committee then rose The bill contains several items appropriating TO WoN department works in and Homestead day ,in meeting assembled % __ ,

by the passage of this bill O3'l the house took a recess unti 8 ridiculously small amounts. For If you would protect yourselffrom do offvr the following as our \viewa m regard to ; \

now. He would therefore vote againstconsidering o'clock, the evening session to be the inbtauc, there is an item of 22 cents for Painful, Profuse'Scanty, the labor troubles existing at piesent: I' .,
it. Mr. Forman of Illinois Francisco Unsolved. That we are in sympathy with tho
consideration of bills. mroving:: the harbor at San : 1
private pension :
and Mr. Patterson of .Suppressed or Irregular Association and p.edge ourselves ::4'-c i
', Tcnncssee, two SATURDAY. In the house, senate ," one of 25 cent for the "marine hospital Amalgamate to the md.Uedole : -Ef- .
'I_ other must use ,
to the side of the struation I
cpnyer's antis, amendments to the fortification appropri- service, one of 28" cents you Tuat we consider it an injustice to ; ,
L made similar speeches. Then Tom Reedr for "improving the ) river," ical and laborers ,. .
ation bill were non-concurred in and aconference Iissour department day ON 1Jo''s RELIEVES ;
came with one of his characteristic ordered. The house then and one of 40 cents for "repairs and and an insult to their manhood to ask them to a St D >

speeches, deluging the democrats with to the consideration: of numberof proceeded preservation of public buildings. The BRADFIELD'SFEMALE work nmior a gnard, as'we belie, iu this land Both the method and resu1t when REMOVES Naue, o ;'

; irony.. He was opposed to the resolution private pension bills which came a over "signal nrvice" gets 41 cents for cloth- of the free, all men should bo fr,.e. Syrup of Figs is taken; pleasant I REVIVES FAILING:ENERGY.. .A 1

and claimed the credit for the republicans from Friday night with the previous ques- ing, ala "registers and receivers of the This means that the rl pair work, end refreshing to the taste, and acts I RESTORES Normal Clrculatta* ant'' : .

for making the fight for honest money. ioc ordered. Sixty-four private pension land office" are to have 60 cents for salaries which was to have begun will not now gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, I WABXS TO Tox TI' *-Sj ,

. ,Reed wag followed by Judge Culberson, bills were passed, and then the house ,nd coir mbsion8 The Baltimore REGULATOR be undertaken by the old men who will Liver and Bowels, cleanses the system I I DR HARTER MEDICINE CO-St.Louis,Hfc*>'
of Texas, who declared that free coinage and Ohio Railroad Company is to have not go back to work and that new men ?:
went into committee of the whole, Mr. effectually, dispels colds, headaches I j! _
was the great question of the day. It jester, of Georgia, in the chair, on the its treasury increased by 67 cents in one CARTERSV'LLEAprIl 28,1386. will have to be brought in if the company -_ and fevers and cures

was a contest between the moneyed interests senate amendments to the sundry civil item and by $447 in another, while the This will certify that two members of my1mmed1at for proposes to open the works on habitua AN ASONISHING51; ;
: suffered
. p and the people. His speech was appropriation bill. A number of speecheswere Atlantic and Pacific railroad is to be lade from family Menstrual, after having Irregularity, Thursday next, as all the furnaces me constipation. Syrup of Figs i TONIC .

greatly applauded. Mr. Pierce, of Ten- made both for and against the different the richer by $2.50. The last of thecommittee rears being treated without benefit bJ physicians bottle, cold and much rebuilding will have to only .jemedy of its kind pro- .' 1cLRE'8: S '',.

nessee, followed in a severe criticism of amendments. No vote was reach amendments was the insertionof were of BradflcJa'B at length completely female cue one Its be done. duced, pleasing to the taste and acceptable :f. t j

his colleague, Colonel Patterson, for deserting ed upon anything connected with the a new silver section covering forty effect 1 truly wonderful. J.W.STBASOE. NINE DEATHS REPORTED. to the stomach, prompt in '

>the cause of free coinage, and sundry civil hill, and the house adjourned. printed pages, to pay the findings of the "mailed F lcb contatn George W. Kutter: steel woiker, woun- its action_and truly beneficial in its WINE ?
"*expressed the opinion that his constituents court of claims for indemnity for valuable Information on a dls. ded in the riot of July 6th, died nt the effects, prepared only from the most O ; j.

Jrlli might be able to find.a free coinage TUB SENATE. French poliation prior to July 31 BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., homeopbatic! hospital Su day. He' was healthy and agreeable substances its .
i man to represent them next This % 1801. These items aggregate $982,000.All ATLANTA, GA. forty-six years old and leaves a family. !.
; tme. TL'ESDAY.V-In the senate, Mr. Palmer VY ALL JOSUOOIST3, excellent qualities commend itt
ended JOB BALE Pinkerton of Chicago many
the hour of ,debate. General items for imurance companies were Edward Spe-er, a man ---
sent to the clerk's desk and had read aCominunicatiou all and have made it the
Catchings then called for the previous struck out of the bill, and action on all ,who was at West Pennsylvania hospital mostpopular ;

question on the resolution. Mr. Bland received by him from the items on I the last twenty-three pages were died at midnight. 'rhis makes remedy known.

.p announced that i it was voted down the tions director submitted of the mint by him in response in regard to to ques-the suspend- on the ground that they had eleven deaths resulting from the riot. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c CAROBI'

resolution could bs amended AN APPEAL } AID. and $1 bottles all
so as t been referred to the committee on claims 'or by leading drug-
amount of silver in the
provide for a vote on the or. and had been On the Central Labtr Un'on
t. Morgan objected to the printing of not yet reported upon by Saturday gists. Any reliable druggist who

proper at 2 o'clock Thursday and correspondence in the Record It'was that committee. AH of the committee received; an appeal for financial aid from may not have it on hand will ',.
that undrr'tho amendment he would amendments been the the Homestead iron and steel workers. pro
he said, an argument on the silver question having acted upon, affiliated unions for cure it promptly for any one who It Strengthens the Weak, Qua .
off referred the
{ no be in order. bill was to general amendments.Several It wa to
fJbusterinould concerted between the senator from open wishes to Do not Nerves Relieves Monthy
Ctntr.il Labor try accept
jc Thus, it \as silver men to were offered, some adopted and immediate action. The It any S "

: : defeat the motion for the previous ques Illinois and the secretary of the treasury others will come up again. By general Federation appointed a special committee substitute.CALIFORNIA. Suffering and Cure :V :

1' 1".1 tion. As the roll call commenced, the -wish an it unfair to go to argument the country, and without he did not an consent the bi went over till Monday Sonthorn Fom lluiYori to collect funds in'aid of the Homesteadiron FIG SYRUP CO. FEMALE DISEASES. '

: .,. excitement' was intense but it had not explanation. After further remarks Mr. and'the adjourned. workers. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. ASK. YOUR DRUGGIST A80UIT. -'
't 4<: S progressed Wry long before the free Tall Term begins September 22. lOUISVlltE. KY. NEW YORK. N.Y. *1.00 PER BOTLE.
Allison to the discussionand --
coinage leaders realized they were whip objected Spring Term begin January 21. Against a Mercantile Agency. CHATTANOOGA CEO.
4* the matter went over. Mr. NOTES. 125 hoard 20 teachers and C. Chtpr.
IF i
.t Sbiman of th. United States
Some of the Judge ;
ped. opposition were OVER .
" 4S ,. Sherman offered a resolution calling The house committee to investigate the University CurrJcnlum. Five
against ft on the ground that they were courls.three of which lead to the degree of circuit court at New York handed downan
Pinkertons. left Washington Pittsburj
on the secretary of the treasury for a ,)i.A.,B.A.and B.L. Special attention to Music the motionfor Dr.S.CParsons''
opposed to the adoption of an order forcing opinion denying .
s Saturday
.. #: statement of several of rum onday l night. Oatcs. Bynum and Boat- and Art. Thorough Business Course.The Consumptives and people ,
s. the house to vote on a measure a n from Boston to Africa-with shipments the ner are the democratic members of the heine of study is framed with a view of a new trial made by H G. Dun & Co., I who bar weak Innjs or Aitb- Blood PU
,specified time or in the term of the day names offering to young women suchfacllities for obtaining of New York city, in the case of 1 bankof I ma.should nil Plso'i Cur for
opposed to Others because of the con.ignors-during the fiscal year committee. Taylor and Broderick the a liberal education as are enjoyed by Ala., against the mer Consumption., It has care* [ I -_ Cue Syphilis,
Hcoture" ending June 30 1892. young men at the best Universities. Handsomest Biriinghl1 I th.u.aadu. It has not Injnr1d mom, !
Objection was
*> -. they wanted The pre. republicans.The and most complete schol edifice in the for Dun & Co. The suit I one. It Is not bad to take. IwelnA'i'er.'i
; vious vote was ordered bit standing made by Messrs. Chandler an1 hawley house took up the civil sundry bill South All the rooms Ind stairways car- was to recover losses sustained by the I It Is the best cough,syrup. V Scrofula., !
to the to B ston and Accommodations for 400 boarders. I Bold everywhere SS e. Mn&a.
confining inquiry Friday promptly disagreeing to the senate petef I
V 163((0 129. Then the question came to the mead'8imprved system of heat and ventila bank through a report received from the ; Fevers, LTr
:tV adoption of the resolution providing for the resolution was changed so as to applyto amendments in a lump with the exception tion. Lighted wih gas and electricity. Hot agency as to the standing of W. A.Kitts, CONSUMPTION. Diseases, ;
all ports of the United States, and, somodified of the $5,000,000 world's fair and cold throughout. Abundance of ions and all disorders
crediton rt
. Ti the consideration of the Stewart bill This bathrooms and ,library,reid- of Oswego. The bank gave Kitts I .
. was agreed to. Mr. Dolph The house wanted jng from
the appropriation. to and holds that ipur
was question to settle the contest. AU ing rooms gymntisiumconvenientiy locat Dun's report. The court ;
I w realized that its the from the committee on foreign: relations, d< bate that, and it was agreed that the ed. Crtsh cost of building tSO. Eight acres the is for the result of \ 3Er-lo $1.OO.
, meant responsible
.:: adoption pass- reported a bill amendatory of the last debate should last until 2 o'clock of campus. Board, servant's attendance .. agency SOLD BT DHUGGISTI.
age of the bi or its defeatthe, death of all nex e'c.. five months$65; tuition, the report of its agent.ATLANTA BETTER DEADTHAN t\ .
. chances coinage for tlrfc session. Chinese exclusion act, the amendmentbeing Tuesdty, when 1 vote would b. $25,00. Send for ,. Dr. ?. C. Parsons 1"
to strike out the words "one REV.14. P.BASS, I). D.,Florence,Ala. 'a .
While the democratic anti silver men felt The Deficiency Hill. MARKETS. ALIE. Physician" tells how to get well and
V" credible white witness," and to insert The deficiency,'the last of the annual Butcher's Fly K dOt F .are at 4PO pages, UPOrpliletsquestion w
that they the Bent whipped, still It and killed at live to profusely iutrated p o
j : they were nervous..al The silver men had in lieu thereof the words "one credible appropriation bills, as reported to the tat t. Use It freely destroy onc their eggs and prevent Ig'ior prnb :'
not Chinese CORRECTED WEEKLY. Always ask for Butcher's and or e, stamp.
s, a or a "GermanSyrup" rprou.ton char
person shows net increase the
but little hope of but wine senate a over
succ ss, were get bst rlultl I 8. C. PAitSON SaY.DDal.
V working and holding all tbeit men in the person Chinese descent. Mr. Palmer house bill of $961,913 in amounts a follows Groceries.CoeeBoastedArbnck1e's. :}': 'K DUTCH CO., I I Di. G.Il
V protested against the proposed amend- French claims Sr. Yr. II N. U.. ........
intensely warm hall. The roll call developed : spoliation $458- 19.60 $ 100 Ib. V Aus I I A 'V Twet-n .
the fact that,about one hundred ment as contrary to the spirit of the 965; judgments rendered by the court ot case,Lion 19,6OLvering'sl96. GreenExtra ITISADUTY you owe ,

j-l. democrats voted with the republicans, age. Toe original bill, be said, was claims, $293,407; transportation of choice ; ; 18c;com self and family to get the S g "
V barbarious in itself but the 5c value for Tour money. DOUGLASFOR-
mon Sugar-Granulated
; ; granu- J
$77,059 c
compensation -
while less than a dozen republicans voted army ; postmister lated 16)c 5c loaf mize in our I.
. amend i ent was adding to i's barbarism.Mr. and minor items for powdered ; cut 5c;white chasing { L. :r:1blh' V
; for free coinage. The resolution ?,
was $10.000. extra C 4Jfc; New Oilcans yellow claritiel4c
'; defeated by majority, and Allison' seeing that the bill was fees of clerks and marshall extra C 4cSyrup-New for which prices represent the ae thousands lt .'D
eighteen I state thaI yelow a.ked $ 3 S H 0 E "
to lead to debate simply am Druggist
going a objected States
although Speaker Crisp ajain voted with t the United court. The largest reduction Orien choic 4S@50; prime 3@4 common wil teltiy. GENTLEMEN!
its consideration and called the and Postmaster here and there- Molasses-Oennine TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ,
c ; 4 the free coinage, people the vote stood up sun made by the senate was that of am 3@3.( ; I -

: .. 136 to 154 against the resolutions.! Thus dry civil appropriition: bill, the pending $910,000 for the expense of the eleventh fore in a position to judge. I have 22@25.Nutmegs Teas-Black Cloves 85@55c; green40@60c. 'In, THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MO.E ;

V question being the amendment requiring tried 67O. 25@30c.Cinnamon ; ,,1,) : A genuine sewed ,thai wdl ,fine ,I
ended the contest. Silver w,,defeated, Quay census, which, however, was provided many Cough Syrups but for 10@12J AlRpice 106l Ic. Jamaica V ';I!;:!i, : V shoe,more comfortable.stylish not rip and v
'V and the house proceeded to the consideration the Columbian exposition, at form in the sundry civil bill. ten years past have found nothing ginger 18c. pepper He; Mace 'fi:; .," ay sootluelex1bte sho d at the price. Equals ctm dutl me mo
V : of other the of Chicago, to be closed on Sunday. Debatewas How the South Voted. to Boschee's German $10. Rice fair 7c; good 6J business majority equal Syrup.I .. .
*!LVV temporarily interrupted to allow the Japan 6 7" ,ii\\;:": ,: CIA andS5 Iland-eewedlluec&fshoes. The most ,
the members retiring-some in disgust The south voted overwhelmingly for have given it to my baby for Croup 'imprte $1 50 Virginia 70c. ret'r'n}, ; 'P f cos/and durable shoes ever 811 at these prices. They u
: presentation of the conterence report on dai ; fine slices from
-Iw- $
.rk: others i high glee. the District of Columbia bill and it free silver Wednesday. The following with the most satisfactory CheeeFu cea Clieddarse; flats Iw Iprte costing Shoe,worn by tl2 and all others wk",, *-.
; result. $3
V S THURSDAY-In the house, Thursday, was table tells the story: Every mother should have 12 fh. bbl".$4 00; pails 0c- ..h5...- ,, ; want C good heavy CAl three 81e.extension edge 1'ggj
Mr. agreed to. At 2 o'clock the silk culture J. -Tallow, bars, 75 $3 OOa 3 75 -. easy to walk In.and will fet dr warm. .2.
McKnig of Maryland from the Ib ;
< ' com bill cam UI ns "unfinished business." Yeas Nays Dodged HOBBS Druggist and Postmaster, turpentine, 00 bars, 60 25 2 50CandlesParafine -: $2 SO Fino Cal S2.2& \Vorklnae'* BlMf. JT
on printing submitted as ques. Virginia.......... 9 10. a ; : [ a will give for the moey i *
% V fcr privilege Oiu resolution Mr. Whihlu'r moved that the antioption North Carolina......0 Moffat, Texas. We present facts; 12c; star lOXc. Matches __ .. They are mad,for rerrice. The increasing sales show that wonIngrnpn -J
t/i 4 provid. 400s$4 $3 00a3 75 75 i have found this out. 3gj
; ; ;60s
0 3
take the of the South 5 2 .. V
V f" for place Calia.... living of to-day '4 S'-iand Youths' Sl.75 School Shoe '
ing printing o' 10.000 copies of fact Boshees 5 gross bulk 5c;do lIb pkgs BOYS' fro
r silk culture bill ns "unfinished business." ..... SKeg S. worn by the Th..SS1e'TIes. xi
.. gives 5ccases, 1 ] and,1bs 8c, doVjlb bl. evrwher
the lections or so-called force bill, it Florida.,2 Syrup stengt V. VV .VV V able shoes sold at .*
the house a A vote was taken, and resulted: Yeas, : e body. Take 6'4c. Crackers-XXX soda 64c; XXX butter thos> 3flnnd-Sewed$2.5OS3 $fl' p1.73. .
4 ; passed in the last congress. Alabama..7. 2 no @ p V LAfIH?Q
33 15 Afterward XXX pearl oysters 6c and excelsior w of that *, Do. ",
Hawley who %c Shoes for Misses made
; nays 7 .. ; ; shel a
:)Ir. Dingley made the point of order that lltiRRippi...... y1hibO-."
tine -
7c lemon cream XXX Jc gola or They are very
was recorded as voting said 5 ; 9; snaps ;corn- 'V Ca a tulred
2 ,
it was not It did not lortable 3 shoe equals ;
hills stick ad durble eul
, 2 pri-iEged. pro .. 10* 9 Candy-Are 6J,c; French *;
that he had voted or had intended Texas V $4 to$H. Ladles who W J
: pose to print : the use of the . 4 1 mixe 12Xc. -Condensed milk _V mze In their footwear ere finding this out. -
ArlianeR. .
to vote So the anti- '
"yea. '
mackerel $S 95a4 00 salmon ;il.!
S !
house. It was not pending in I .. ; ; CA UTION.-Bowareof deaIerasubstituthighO 1
congress. Ken'ucky ... 6 4 '. '. __ .,,
option bill was taken up, and became"unfinished $6 00a7 50:\.oY8ter tl 75aLW.. __.
Mr. Watson of took the I It tutW.LDuw'nameandtheprstpo ;
view.' The speaker Georgia ruled, that the same reso- business," to be taken up Wet Virgiia......2 1 1Tenelsee. 112 corn $250a350; tomatoes $160. ASK. FOR W TV. L..DOUGLS' SHOES. t'oa by I-.w for obtaintas money under falsa pretjnotf. ;jffeAIf /
$3 20. Starch
: i" each at 2 o'clock. however 9 1 4c; lump5c not for send 4. '- -
, day was, pt direct to Factory, kind, "lze** ;sn
.,.; lution was a privileged one. Agreed to. immediately laid aside I motion of Mr. Maryland.......... 6 ; I packages $35 celuoid $'00. \ranted. Postage free.Vil give cxrln.ivo Hate to .81atiDi and Bfneimlchants l. ,
i on where I AVrite .. .
._.: 1 The senate joint resolution was passed Pcke plain or $ ; quarts l&enta for(ataloue.V. L.Douglas, roIU. .
Allison and consideration of the -
\ authorizing the president to invite certaingovernmentso sundry Total.85 19 2 5al 80. Powde-Blle. keJ$5 50;K ke-s V -jvSiwj :
V civil appropriation bill was NOT BE D % $ r 1
senri the proceededwith. 0no vacancy. DP CM $0; kegstl6 7 per sk. ,
. aelegates to Tan. wIth }. nd Faints
The Pates. whlclst -
Quy Sunday clon.amend
-. Americin medical tf> b* held in The Pilotage BUI. the the Iron and burn
t congress ment until after 5 The Rising Sun Stove Polish is BrilUant,Odor. Flour Grain and Meal. .
: was discussed o'clock. of the bill
: coast
>: exempting
': ; V Washington, September. 1893. Mr. Opponent less Durable and the consumer pays for no tin Flour-First patent 75 second .i"
: Wheeler of Unanimous consent was then given to sailing vessels from paying state or glass package with every purchase. extra $ ; patent d1g LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES 1R' '
s 4\ Michigan, from the select $5.25 ; fancy $4.50 fancy f 4 2 5; family .'

a" : committee appointed to investigate the have debate section: Wednesday continue under on the the exposition pilotage fees may rest assured that no ... .-....... .... .......--* $350@$400. Corn-No. 1 white 70c. V For Ladles and Gent. $lz atylaa ."f
: .pension office submitted the report five- legislation will be enacted by congress at ? V RIPANS. TABULESregnUte. No. : white 7; mixed 66,5. Oats In Pneumatic Cushion and olla Tires. .
tZ. ..: in the majority minute rule. this session detrimental to their interest. the KtoniACh. Liver and bowel, : Mixed 44a-c; 47c; Kansas rustproof Diamond Frtme Steel Drop Forging, Stwl V ; :
: Raum
: investigation. I was purify the blo.are safe and efSlectnaL 53c. Hay Choice timothy, large balw Tubinj.Adjuitabla Dill Bearing,to ill tr .
after the running
WEDxEsD.\v-Immediately The commerce committee of the house general family! .
placed on the calendar. The b 1.00 No. 1 including Pedati.! Suspension .. ,
I" was : medicine Biliousness ; timothy large bales, 95c choice S ddl
:. then accorded to the commerce c.uimitr reading of the j journal in the senate, and decided Friday to postpone a'l' further I:, Con Breath kow. Dyspepsia, .fault LOSBof timothy.small b&e.97oNo. 1 timothy, small ad _gtnet/y BIOS: ORAI3E in Every PartfenLu' 'f'I)

: Mr. Forney submitted the confer without any morning business, the sun- consideration of the measure until the Hrdller on.* bales. 9Sc; timothy, email bale Q2c. Send 1 eeyts ta lUmp fer oar 100-page iliutnted eat t ;

::. -V 'V; V .ee report on the" legislative appropriation dry civil appropriation bill was taken up, next session. The bill has been before .I Complexion..inrnigstion; ;..Tired. Pimple Feeling Sallow andS Meal-Plain 69-3; bolted GOo.' Wheat : *.Ctutofm*ritu. lOlC of dim,Klfle, BerolTert, gportlig Goods, .te.| ;"

; As agreed tie bill the pending question being Mr. Quay's' congress for many years and has several ef1t Iltm or d resulting from impure Large sacks 90c, small 8b 92c Cot*o JOHN P. LOVELL ARM CO..Mfrs.,147 Washington St. BOSTON MASS- :$.
p4:;; \ il. upon, ap amendment to blO telo.ly or Inteatteesi eeed meal-$1 10 per cwt. Stean ,
closing the fe41.31
propriates $31,899,252, being $153,160 Sunday section times parsed the senate, but invariably : pro their given to. per cwt. GrtPel $3.50.Country j tt
2 are benefited by taking a TABtTE after
for the issue of
:. less than as it parsed the senate $215.500 .- providing 10,000,000souvenir meets with opposition in the house. As .overtlg, Price DT mall ImwsrtS:I bottle 15c. Address -: VV ,

t&i.: V ." V more than as it passed the. house half dollars in aid of the Columbian the law now stands, vessels are compelledto Agents THE RPA''CHEMICAI.CO.,0SpTCSt..Y... Produce. V V 6, .,.:

.. 1 :! $242,621* less than the exposition, speeches t be limited pay I pilotage fee on leaving. and entering *........ .......... ..e.. Eggs 12c.. Butter-Western creamery : .

: ', 1;L appropriations to five minutes. The amendment was certain ports, principally those of 20a22/o;choice Tee 16al8c; other grade
-0 ', Tor the last fiscal year and $854,785 . .-e.-e. Live ? c:1iTNskIp:
; rW" less than 'the estimates for the then agreed to without division. Mr. Virginia North Carolina ana Georgia, It is for the cure dyspepsia and it* l012Y. ptr-Tkey 1012Yc per MACHINE COi: 7j

i'-, : ..! current fiscal year. The report was Peffer offered an amendment to add t even when'they do not require the services S attendant, sick-headache, eonstipaitlonai large 2Ca25c ; small spring 10.15 Dressed

,; f to. Mr. thedisagreeing the section a provision prohibiting of a piot. Opposition to the bill >d piles,thiSTuff'sTiny duck ; ATLANTA, CA. ':" S
agreed Berert presented ptr-Tkey"18 1518cck-
' t conference sale of intoxicating liquors on the expo. comes mainly southern who ,f\; '
> report on piot Cotton
; naval bill and it sition pound, except for medical, would be injuriously affected Pills sweet potatoes$l.OOaLlOpcr bu HODey-trin 3 J Gins aM Cotton PressesUpPacklnjf ,
t : appropriation was ed SalOc m.the 'comb .
1 t : t ; .. agreed to. Mr: Herbert then moved that mechanicl or scientific purposes. After become a law. .have become BO Cameos. They act. $2 50 per bbL; Cabbage-Green. Florida Ono, Down-Parklng, Helf.Packlna, Steel Sew"
: : a brief debate this amendment was gently, 4 Inches and 5 Inches in diameter. ,.
!1 : the house recedrfrom it? disagreement- wthout griping or iusea l Louisiana J} .,

4f: V;: ,;'.: to the senate amendments which are, still also Mr. Allison agreed to-yeas amendment-which, 28;_nays 26. CGE I THE: WEATHER. ._ ._._._.L. O_. p .. 4-p Straightens Our Cotton the Gin wit improves New-Patent the sample Revolving that Card cOin'}

.t:,. in controversy. These are the appropri"fitions move Spinks Where P. mands the Highest Market 8 i "
is the CUIDF FREE. .
Jl.; ; -V. was agreed gross expendi- I. money you A WORLD'S FAIR Clear"rib Bides, boxed ice-cured Pce :
,. .:. for $50,000 for a'naval review and Contains map of Chicago and JSrposlUon bel ALL THE
: for
.. tures Jar meals. clerical .services etc. saving up a rainy day? rind picture and description of all the '1U lie 9c.Sugar-cured h$m Igfrlbe according TT L'ROVE' .,
;, the provision for the construction. of a to $ Mr. Spinks-In the Neverbreak SavIng Inns. Authentic and as good uthOM Mid forSOeU. to brand an avenge California 9-. V V Gins furnished with e ', :

"r VA ; ; new bittle' ship. Mr. Herbert stated agreed to. epsitior ame'ament.WI Bank. We eendl plat t ireelf of our 7011 S15O_eaUoMhl let on.W vaper monthly udaaklorfreo z'sy- breakfast HX Lard--Pnre..... ieaflesf8reflned ._c. -V.--- V V wrn: rB4 CtnCTTUBS AND PHICI8.
: that if his motion should be to Ti howeYf : tlFFITH.Chleuo'o __InT fac '
,. : agreed give check ments n 'Te
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l was of the Spink-Wel suburb,if you also promise&show the plt10fleotlerpetn. ., TELEGRAPHY e iihcr anti place you at work. QUflDII1UANII
; 4 the bill would appropriate $9.998V ,- will be subject to chansc,. bill for 'at a new waterproof: .WilyoUdott WrttJ. Cott. Lirgest Sch01 ia the ,
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000 less than. theippropriations te ..-[New York Weekly. 11 c 410 D. r.ol .'i.
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