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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 29, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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--:: -- --- She would spurn a angel ot light i h.1 I were a &! t would join my btir TWO.MOODS 'bang me kill, ,for him.they I heard didn't me mean say what that I 1 testing The farmer ha! horses took the and horses obtaining and I dinner led the: I ALL OVER FLORIDA.Hews j

would
CAPTAIN SIDLEY.Afiomanceofthe came to her in a unior.. i. and fight with them for the cause. do it. Elsie don't way to the houses The young lady was .
You are partly rght She looked it, as well as said it. Mr. : said, and I didn't beautiful but there was a tinge of sadness .
She the leaf back Elsie, comeback !, of[ the State Gathered at Random
hates and ? Come
you as enemy of the con-I Montford arranged his shirt-mffleB, struck Between the budding fang you believe me She spoke softly
in her manner. t
federacy; she love you as a man. Chares .. an attitude with his hand behind his back, Stretch happy skies. come back F' and in his frantic
Smedley, be patent; if your life shal I and replied: With colors and sweet I had to hold him down by her brother'and called him George. and Paragraphlcally Presented. .

spared, you -her. Her \omn's I I "Pooh-pooh woman! The presumptionof birds in uplands ceO and in glade force.eagerness thought nothing of this, but a few moments -

Civil heart must one day triumph over her proud women, in presuming know anything he later, when he addree her a
I head. The world rife. His voice became almostpathetic a bill for the establishment of
It is not in womankind to loveprinciple about war! It was so with your poor i I so startled leaped to The Senate
was
War. i a more than a man." mother, Belle, and it is s with 'ou You Ten on a sudden all the music dies, pleaded for Elsie not to turn away with Elsie, additional aid to navigation in Tampa

"You have imagined ail ti Landry. judge from a few detached aspects of the The color fades. that look of horror on her face. "It is my feet what name7 } ex- Bay passed the h<$:. Wednesday under
You never heard it from her. conflict he often cried "Pray-; I your
S without taking a comprehensie How fugitive and briefs nt the hanging, Elsie, a of committees.
"Not expressly in words; but in those view of the whole field- Ou [ mortal life out. "I could easily die if it were not claimed excitedly.The cal *

BY MAJ. JAMES F. FITTS. looks of and actions: when you were talked armies are but just in motion; they w Between the budding and the falling leaf! that believe me Oh, that gentleman appeared surptse but I
tha far louder. She sent me sweep everything before them as they you guiy. answered "My The Hamburg Ihosphate company fa
to "pa! to fight for the cause the vance. The New Orleans business that O short-breathed music, dying on the tongue wretched threat and quarrel quiety' is sister, Elsie." I shipping a of rock to Germ.toy,
loves, as she would send Ere half the canticle be i I tell Elsie, that I am in Iveson, dy my cargo
every man southof you refer to is a small affair. We shall I mystic sung ; but you, head?" I the South Florida railroad via POI
CHAPTER XI.-Conltnued.I the Ohio, if she could. I, poor fcol. I send a force down there in a week or two, 0 harp of life, s speedily unstrung! nocent." Sometimes he would grow "Hare you a near on your ex over Field.

had a full stock; five hundred dol obeyed her and tock the sword, bewitchedI [ and sweep the invader into the Gulf." Who, if'twere his choose, would know quiet and murmursoftl "I knew, dear claimed; hardly knowing what I was Tajnpa.. -Phosphate
lars' worth; got it of a trader in Cincinnati y the magic of her smile, ardent and The heats of August came. One day t Elsie that would:believe me in- I: was so excited. -

on time he to have half profits. hopelnl "ith the kiss she put upon my Mr.. Montford came home so pale and again refrain you saying," said Mr. Ivesonj, looking at md postoffice heretofore known Jen-
The bitter sweetness of the lost | a
,
Hope he'll get 'oral! Well I had the forehead, PB she might have kit-sid a agitated that his daughter was alared. nocent. hair it Te Avriettvillrf!
whole nicely fixed under an old wall-tent brother. I see it al now, -with a clearer "What is the trouble father?" she asked. Its rapture, and its pain? One morning he opened his eyes and I in wonderment, "bt my covers 1 hai been changed to lm.*

oat beyond that church when all that light; she never any heart_.for me. "Bring me some cordial Belle. I don't saw by his look that reason had returned. up and I wonder your noticing it. and the postoffice formerly called

. noise began at daylight. Why it was perfectly But yon-you-" know how I shall stand it. Indeed it is It. He asked what had happened andI fell," he went on, "and was nearly has been changed t-Jennin .-Jasper

deafening; declare my hearing is "I andry you are giving me now life," a dreadful war. We shall prevail-yes, Though I be shut in darkness, and become : told him he had been very ill. i killed a few months ago, but it healed News.
more seriously impaired than ever. My cried: Smodley, while you are paring certainly we shall win; butbutHe -" Insentient dust blown idly here and there, that he asked "and rapidly I am perfectly well now. A *

inclination was to go away from that with all. If, at soma distant day, wi put his he id down and groaned. She I hold oblivion a scant price t pay "Are you doetor" ,in this neighbor and an old friend of doingthe The ocean steamer Kljde

place cf tumult and danger as quickly as HJten to me, \vha'shall I.tell Her from swiftly grasped tha truth. For having once had held against my lipLife's whose house is wa never deed for he had overheard in a ailed English from Port with
possible; but how was I to leave my you?" "You have ill news from Arthur and of hydromel and room before." I evaded the simple a lat Tamp
precious stock? Soon the bullets beganto Speak for yourself, then; I am nothing ,. Reginald?" brimming cup rue question by telling him that he was with quarrel. My friend disappeared and b 1,000 tons of pebble! Eng
love
known
come that way, and, if you'll believe to her. Good-night Charley: I shall "Why-yes. Breckinridge attacked at For having onCe Woman'3 holy friends and that he must keep quiet and never been heard of since although land, and 800 tons of hard rock pebble

it, two or three of them actually went rest now." Baton Rouge, and-did not succeed. Both And a cid's kiss, and for a little space talk and think little possible until have done my utmost to find him." phosphate for Belfast, Ireland.-Courier

through the tent. There was a hogshead They Imriod him the next morning under our boys were with him, and-" Been boon companion t the Day and a He a to obey Elsie was crying. I arose and going Informant.'U
, there that kept full of water; I tipped the tree where he died. New hope "Are both killed?" Night. he grew stronger. promised said' "Providence sends us *
to her
, it over and crawled in. It was wet and epiang up in Sme Jey's heart at the revelation "Yes." Fed on the odors of the summer dawn, and lay back on his pillow. I lookt ina over sorrow It is reported that qdte a large hit of
but I endured it. Once he had It sorrowful house after that. few minutes later and found sleep- strange experiences; some bring
damp, a spent Amid his stern was a discovered near
henrl. al And folded in the beauty of the stars, friend'sname red sandstone has been
ball struck the head of it, 'spang!' and Bunound.ngs; advance Corinth, Isabel steeled her heart and reimssed all ing calmly with a smile on his face. and some happiness; was your fon -
would make splendid
made me feel roil; uncomfortable. I that hore shone before him like a star. show of her grief for the sake of her Dear Lord, though I b changed t senseless He began to convalesce after this, but Dave?" Keuka. It a it is emit ,
wished I had in and father who about in half-dazed clay, dation for roads. At one place !
'stayed Cincnat. Perhaps Isabel did love him! went a the old look returned and checked some- George sprang to his feet. "Can you bud
persuaded niy partner to For another year the war went on. To condition, sometimes comprehending and And serve the potter a he turns his wheel. health. me where he is?" he cried. soft when first taken out, but grows
Grant down to Tennessee. Then a follow the fortunes of sometimes what had of what the progress of returning tel
great Colonel Smedleyand forgetting happened.Authentic I thank Thee for the gracious gift tears! and by exposure.
crowd of rebels came trooping and yelling his command in detail would serve no news was scarcer, now tint the -Thomas B. Aldricb, in Harper's.S One afternoon I saicjt "Dave I want to explained everything shortly C
along, and began to plunder my'tent. I useful purpose in this narrative. There river was closed,and the presence of Union be ycur friend. You are in trouble I afterward, when I opened the door to The cocolopa wood, or seaside grape, p'a

. crawled out and made a .little speech to were more battles, there were long and forces near it made communication inland S knew that something was making you Dave's room, I felt that life was a very i a product of this stat, is becoming popu-

them.. weary marches, there were sufferings, I uncertain; but Mr. Montford would sometimes DAVE. unhappy before you became ill, but during dear gift when used in behalf of others. lar for knife handles, the pink and violet
'Gentlemen of the Confederacy,' I disease, death, and pain. : Brandon I get a Richmond or a flaming would
Major paper --- illness I heard you refer to the "Dave, I said, what you con- tint of the wood, added to its great
said, 'you do me proud with your atten not yet con\alescent. wa in hos- I issue of the Vicksburg wall-paper press your that I could
sider the best news bring desirable for
I tions. I.have a high respect for you- pital at Cincinnati, and to him Alice and talk over their columns in his old vaporirg > WAS stopping at cause. Do not be afraid, but tell me all hardness, making it very
i more than I ever had before. I believe at Clay had journeyed from Enoxville. The way about peace and independenceby Lakeside when I met and i I: may be able to help you." He you? that special purp8.-Ft Myers Press.
j this moment that illustrious President smiled Christmas. i' with look "That the five months of my life
your i surgeon at the tender meeting, Dr. Leonard and in opened hi honest blue eyes a past
: the Honorable Jefferson Davis, is a I and said that now that a new medicine Then the boys will be home I he so sad t I pitied him I had never has been only a dream" said Dave, The grading of the new railroad to the .
his invitations -
:;, gentleman and a scholar and as for Mr. I had come for his patent. there would be would add. "Both, smart fellows; Regy \\t j4,. response to done before. a sadly. south of Titusville is progressing rapidly,
Beauregard, I believe he is greater thanNapoleon. t more hope for not few of the a little the smartest. Bogy will come \\ spent many; "Wouldn't suit well to know about miles
But please allow me, gentlemen mountaineers filled lonely graves tome a brigadier, I'll wager you-" ;ii 4 pleasant hours in his "Dr. Leonard, said he, "did you you a says the Florida Star, seven
to correct a mistake you seem to be the Tennessee and the between, Isabel's distressed face would recall \ cosy bachelor apart- learn that I am suspected of murdering that George recovered from his hurt being now ready for the ties and rails-

making natural one, perhaps, but one wives and children in the far-of Cumber- him to the bitter truth, and he would I .. ments. One evening, an old friend, and i I should bd discovered Contractor Campbell has started a gangof
that ought not to proceed any further. land vainly waited for walk the streets in anguish. after from here there circumstanstial evidence I.le looked up and answered slowly; men and teams in at Hardeville. to

These goods that you are appropriating The war in this section tended steadily Time passed; the people of the city .- returning enough to convict me, although I is impossible, for h VIM dead." work to the northward to nttt the men
-s and (
are not given away to worthy and hungry toward Vicksburg. To Charles Smedley watched the unavailing efforts of the a patient seating committed no crime? I had an "It is possiole," said Iad,; I redlly who are now at work north of us"
? really
Confe,Derate but I himself before the fire
will sell them there
patriots; was something more in it than a enemy to reach it. Isabel Montford read h *
% believe that he have recovered. *
& to you for just what they would cost you momentous campaign. The puth of of them and heard about them, and took lp.1'" to the enjoyment of intimate friend by the name of Iveson may
I Cincnnnt I wiWel stern duty isel was bringing him to new heart of hope from the lepeated discouragements tP a last cigar before re and his sister had promised to be my Gradually I told him all, and there Latest fruit quotation in JacksonviE

soldiers laughed at her and every swamp and forest of and failures of that enemy. tiring for the night he told me the following wife. My parents were dead and I lived came over his tired face a look of tranquil market-Melons, long !
rue, nie a 'Yankee porpoise,' 'a those herculean labors he saw the star of The advance from above, the bayou expeditions with my uncle not far from the Iveson happiness.A per 100; "Kolb Gem" melons, $5 t t $10;

whale ashore,' 'a tame elepnant,' and Idon't hope! __ the canal cut.of below, all had story: mansion. Every thing went on few years later, whoa square envelope cantelopes, $1.50 crate; goose plums,
1
know what other discreditable resulted in nothing but fruitless efforts A few vears aso I left the care of my wel mail 75c basket white, 60c ba';et;
ChAPTER in morn- ;
XIII. one
with Iveson ana me until alter appeared my grpe
ate had that i in hands of brother Ucorge
names. They everything and loss to the Union army. Something patients the a phy dark 40c basket peaches, $2 crate;
I interested that 1 forsook ; !
eatable and scattered the AT VICK8BUBO. with Elsie. ing, was so
was rest all engagement
of Mr. old confident sician and went down to my old homein my $3 barrel cabbage .
barrel onions ;
nronnd and when I remonstrated further, Those nearest to Isabel Montford in spirit returned.Montord's the western part of New York to settle "I was poor. The Ivesons were my patients and went to the wedding. pears, $3 ; barrel
they 1 to mo with that long interval between the departureof the satisfied brother-in- $2 barrel; potatoes, $2 ;
cgan pel my own eggs, They never can take Vicksburg, wealthy. My, father had betrayed a George was best
Bele. the remainder of the busines
and to prod with bayonets. Now her one for the Union and the up connected beans, ?3c to $1 crate
Le up lo\er he would say, rubbing his trust and the blow killed mother. law in the world, and Joe Wilkinson pr
I will put it to you: is such conduct as other for the Confederate army, and the walking majestically about. "Why, the with my lather's estate. I proved my Dave'was the .
Father died'while his time and I swore that brightest young
that to be excused among soldiers and time when Grant's lines closed round the absurd of these Yankees! much more troublesome than I expectedand serving Breeze e: II. W.
presumption The New sat
gentlemen? I left them in disgust after fated city of her home, could never have He came home early in May one day detained me in the old place for several was left tc the care ot an uncle whose lawyer in thltsection of the country, andif of Smyrna Hawk's Park recently

they had told mo that they didn't want suspected that' her heart was elsewhere with a light step and exultant mien. weeks. During this time I was a reputation was bad. My life had been he didn't deserve success no one did. Michel four boxes of Tardiff oranges to
me for a prisoner as tho show businesswas than in the cause of which she had talked "Now Belle what do think?" he unhappy until I met George Iveson. -Chicago News. shipped
,
,
:you guest at a farm house at the edge of the very New Y..rk for which he received $22 net,
in the I with such lofty enthusiasm, andhose'
poor Confederacy. got back cried. "Madness has seized our enemies.They He did noi treat me like the rest, but
where old friend of the
village an family box. They were
here as fast as I could which was success was to her as certain as the rising have actually crossed tothis side of this being over $5 per
. fast and nearly had my head knocked off of the sun. the river, down at Theyare resided. invited me to his home, and there I met The Expenses or the Government. from ninety-six to. 150 to the box. The ,

by a great cannon-bal." To tel of her life during this time like rats in a trap.Bruinsberg.Not a man can According to the good custom of the Elsie.] She was a beautiful girl, and her consignee wrote that the beat s'zed
of the
The total Government
"Wel going to do now, would to describe the perfect confidence escape between Johnston and Pember- people in that section of the country all sympathy tor my loneliness grew to love, receipts oranges of that variety would hive
and with which the under the administration of President
assurance the attaches of the farm were counted as and we were very happy."It brought $10 box.
Iy mind is undecided. I am dissat- people of that city, made by nature a ton.So Washington were $56,418,721 under per
time before learned ; .
it seemed to cooler and less flighty member of the household and dined was some George ,.
f&t with war it is not conducted with stronghold of defense, saw the garrison
; Jefferson $108,238,978. The population
heads than his. Not Vicksburg alone; together at the same large table. was about it, but we thought he ought to from the
re-enforced in the of
t reference to personal lights and feelings. largely early part I of the had increased 36 The crop of Peen-to peaches
. Just now, I'm going further down the 1862, the fortifications strengthened, and the whole country eagerly watched for early harvest time and the family was increased know. George was feeling moody the country per J. P. Mace's five-acre orchard at Lake( .- -

"- river; right now. Those gunboats makea new batteries planted on the.heights; how tidings which of would that daring more the control, the successof of the by a number of temporary farm day I choose to disclose our secret, and cent., and the receipts 92 per cent., Heleo. according to the DeLand Record, ;
dreadful unpleasant noise!" with complacency they witnessed the ineffectual mean at the news flew into a powerful while expenditures had advanced about Of this .
river its failure, the destruction of the help who were hired for the busy part of rage sold in the market for $2,720.
The night waned the heavens darkened demonstration of Farragnt and ;attempting it. the season. Among these was a taunted me with the ill name of my par 94 per cent. From the end of Jeferon's1lt amount the transportatIon companies got
army ynung
heet of rain with thunder and Williams from below; how as time wenton administration to the
fel familiar In the next three weeks followed in fellow of about twenty, ot fair complexion ents and said that no such blot should beginning $1,070 and the commission men $ ;.
with bombardments
.The
soldiers of both they -
loor and grow tleoar of answering artillery quick succession the battles of Port Gib broad intelligent brow, but of a ever be cast on his family. He said Abraham Lincoln's term of office the leaving Mr. Mace about $1,000 of the

; ouan s dQon the ground overpowered from their heights; how they looked at son, Raymond,Jackson, Champion His. cast of countenance expressive of deep that I had betrayed the friendship ho population of the country increased from amount. This fruit must b shipped by .
,
san first with amazement at the spectacle of and Big Black. The evil"tidings melancholy.The had given me from pity and because he 7,000,000 to 31,000,000 while re eipts and the rates to Phladelpha are i

j The weary to sleep and the wounded t die. daring Union war- vessels running the thick deceived and by fast their to Vicksburg.meaning. No Continued one was men were of a jovial set and fled believed I was trying to do right, but he and expenditures grew fivefold greater express$3.70 per one hundred pund..
gauntlet of those bristling batteries amida than when Gallatin at the
they were was
defeat in the field made it that the in the bits of leisure at meal time and was mistaken and we were friends no C
CIIAPTEIt Xl! and but cerai
of fire shot
tempest presently head cf the
I A GLEAM OF learned their city on a hill could city must be abandoned to enemy or after the day's work was over in recounting longer. Treasury Department.In Maj. G. P. Henley, of Seville.has taken
t It is HOPE refer never thl successfully attacked in that else its defense undertaken through all their numerous experiences. This "At first I tried to be reasonable, but Buchanan's time the expenditure the consract to*grade the new railroad
only to briefly to
I'' necessary how river below the tedious horrors of a siege. when he of I lost all! of the Government amounted to about north from town and will a of
, the second day's battle at Pittsbnrg way; the above and was man, however, never shared in their spoke my parents put gang
! Landing, or Sh'iloh, whichever it may La effectually sealed by the fleet, and want berton On the 17th in of full May retreat the army of Vicks-Pem- hilarity, but sat silently apart in a dark restraint and we exchanged many bitter $32,000,000 a year. In 1SOO, the pop men to work about two miles from town

t I c led There was another day of des- and scarcity began to prevail in the town; burg. was Stragglers came in and upon reportedto portion of the room time for retir- words. He swore that he would fix it ulation and valuations in the meantinehaving snd work in both directions and complete

fighting; the Union army, largely how tempt after attempt to invest the the excited but approving people that ing. I inquired unti was and was so that I should never marry Elsie, and I about doubled-the expenditures grading a rapidly a possible. I
re-enforced, drove back their as place from above through swamps and $9,000OOO increase of 310 has been decided to th road on
enemy the works back of the town the hills and said: do I will kill I were an run ?
you
told that his name was Dave they had 'I you.
stea had themselves been bayous failed; and how still, in the ;
: iIS they cent. river shore of the interior, thus
the were to be occupied, and in attitude when 1 per
river a few hours before. spring of 1863: the hostile army was at rdges. never learned his surname; in fact, they was a threatening instea
. \ that was to be defended to the These however the insuring the most beautiful
Desperate fighting, which covered square work striving for a position from whichto had never asked about it. spoke these words and frenzied with are only apparent in the State.

miles of terriol'; thousands more reach out for the great prize of the last. Dave had come early in May and had rage. They were overheard by some expenditures. There are exceptional stretches of railroad scenery
control of the "There is nothing else to do, Isabel which Florida: Star.
stricken and wounded; the Mississippi.In for the He passersby, and among them by Joe outlays ought not to be counted
engaged season. was an excellent
dead the < the the days when it was all when saitto her father. "What craven would of the cost of maintain % CAsa
suffering
: Iring everywhere o\er. Wilkinson, a man who bore me an old as part ordinary
. worker testified but
that with and the great tragedy was past and gone like so as to talk of surrendering this they very of
on pain misery ing the Government. To be fair and accurate the leader a gsmaf
.protracted for )long days and nights until a horrible dream of the night,the suffering town, of giving up the Mississippi? No; reticent, never speaking except in answer family grudge."I which McNei of officers -
revenue
, the ministeiing angels of the Sanitary people of Vicksburg recalled the we wi all perish together if so it i to to a question or when it was an went to bed early that evening but these extraordinary sums may be about a posse and a half
deducted and the results tabulated. Wo at Bonifay a year
Commission could come down from the fact thut none was more earnest, none be. absolute necessity to ask one. He was was unable to sleep, and at midnight I the
North with physicians, medicines: and dovu'd with a loftier courage, none so Poor, boasting Mr. Montford was completely kind to the animals, clever in taking arose and left the house. My head will thus compare the fiscal years 1360 ago, and who has been biding Jo him
patient under as Isabel broken down. and 1890. We will deduct the since the affair gave
! curses, and supplies for the wounded; dtpriftons. throbbed violently I picked payments swamp
hold of kind of work and my way
nil this is in the h story of that first very Montford. A seemed to "What is the matter Belle?" he any new very the road a to the river for pensions, interest and principal on few days ago to Deputy Mar
'. large battle of the war-a sorrowful his- dwell in her frame. Never, until the last, asked. "I don't understand it feebll industrious, often performing more than along stony leading the debt shals Matthews and Gunn at Cerro
to be repented, alas! with variations, would she admit the possibility that the What's all this talk of a siege?" twc good men. They did not understand where there is a deep gorge and a water- public Gordo. He was taken to Pensscola-

tor a hundred other great fields during the city must capitulate. She cheered and "It is coming fast. Our troops must him, but hoped that he could be iall. I found a resting place on the edgeof Total expenoiture for I860...t77,432i03 where he gave bond for his appearance .

., three years \ot to come. encouraged the doubting and the faint- beat off the enemy at last; but they ar hired for another season. the precipice and tried to descry the Paid Interest and pens.ons.... $1,093,727 at the next term of the United States

The Confederates slowly withdrew to hearted with her words, and in the long being crowded back to the fortificationsnow. I became deeply interested in this bottom through the dim light. The of public debt princiwu. 17.613.62S 13,706,335 court. A reward of $300 was offered
Corinth without pursuit; the Federal weeks of the siege, when bombs rained I hear that we shall all be shut up clouds the .
were scudding across sky for him.
Dave and resolved to make a study cf -
. down the of the ,
army reoccupieJ the ground of the day upon exposed quarters here in two days more.
driven wind which Ordinary for $33,755,743 *
t before. Our Mountain with town, and the roar of battle at the out- "Bless you child, I can't endure sucha his character, and if possible, win him by a raw damp swept Total! expeDditure for 185..... "
t more sacrifices of its Battalon. and works could be heard; when the mangledand thing! I've read all about sieges; we over to a more cheerful view of life. I through the gorge and kept the trees PcnsioQi.expen.11ture.._ ... 119J. ftI8.5 From the Ft. Myers Press:-The county

brawn, hid passed through the second the dyitg were brought in from the shall have cannon-balls flying in the began to address him whenever we met above moaning as if bewailing with me interest on public 1093I5 commissioners have increased I great

f J' day's tattle, and its remnant rested at defenses, and the horrors of starvationwere streets, and nothing to eat but cornbread on various topics concerning his work, the loss of my friends. I remained in debt........... 3.OJ,2 1-0.13 many sssessmenta, bringing property up
-' night upon the bloody field. impending-then this woman laid and mule meat You don't..think but although I received courteous I the place until daylight broke and the to something near its valuation. The
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tl : I'reserved through the perils of the away her pride, smothered the shrinkingdelicacy I can stand that you 1 won't stay sun the chilly of the east Ordinary expenditures for lS93.t315,533,440 rate of taxation this year will be 17 mil '
unable to him into dissipated gray ;
= conflict but and refinement that would have here take to Jackson. was wholly get
wearied in body Colonel ; me I then I started back toward uncledhouse. The increase was 8156,826,698( or as 22 mills last year. Our jailis
Smedley lay down again to catch some urged her to leave Vicksburg as'a place of Alas! neither he nor any other of the conversation.- He seemed to be brood. my 267 per cent. In 188U these ordinary paid against for, and we are gradually getting
,. sleep. He was wakened by Lieutenant horrors, and became a volunteer nurse thousands of the non-combatant coulathus ing over some painful idea that refused
amounted commissioners
to $115,108,2a9 so out of debt and the are
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llankins toward midnight. and attendant in the where the of coming him moment's 'I turned field expenses
hospinlR. escape horrrs a respite. through a neighbor's reduce
that in the decade with 1890 the with earnestness to
"What is it?" he asked starting up. daily legs and arms amputated, seven weeks. On the 18th hal oil I noticed the restive nervous the same that had heard threat but ending laboring great
flora the energy my increase in the Government's the burdens of the They, one
"There's a wounded chap out here I ragged bullets dug quivering Grant's was in sight of expenditures people
thick you ought to see" was the reply. flesh, and poor writhing bodies were cut cations.army The sound of cannon plainly with which he worked, as i only the beiore I bad reached the road on the was nearly 90 per cent., while the and all, deserve great credit for their

"We've been doing what we could for the and carved. With pitying eyes but mar- reached the ear of Isabel Montfor The most laborious effort could keep downan other side a savage voice called for me increase of population was about 25 per labors in our behalf, and we are sure the..f

poor wounded fellow of both sides that ble face, she went through it all; sufi'erhjg fighting raged at points de- inward demonstration of thought. He to halt. I stopped and turned back in cent., and of valuations 43. per cent. pep'e as a whole, appreciate their ef-

are lying all around us, and 1 found a soldiers blessed her as she stood or fenses. More wounded were brought in. continuously wore a look of depression, surprised. What was my horror when I is not of to forts.
badly hurt officer with a rich gray uniform sat by their cots, and strove to relieve Desolate, bereaved of almost everything and sometimes in the dim light of the reached the spot where the man was to I proper, course, assume *
on out by the edge of the timber there. their pain; and the Surgeoninchiefsaid she had loved, did she think of Iveson the a mere increase of annual expenditure until
corner where.he sat after the day's work see George: lying on stony Claude Strande, who quite recently
He can't move and, as he he's no "Why, God love you, miss! you Smedley? She knew not that he is necessarily extravagant; but we
says Chares done I fancied I tears in ground dead. There was an ugly woundon filled the position of assistant-
was perceived
half with devotion ,
feeling in his lower parts, I reckon he's shame the men your her. are at least put upon our inquiry when
shot through the spine. I gave him some to the cause." [TOE CONTISCKD.l his eyes and a look of agony on hi face, his head, a if struck by a heavy the rate of increase is nearly 303 per postmaster at Port Tampa, was arrested

w.ter from my canteen, and ho thankedme Not all at once, however but gradually but he said nothing. I began think blow with a blunt instrument. I forgotmy cent., while population and wealth lag at Knthleen a few days ago by Postmaster -
aad asked where I was from. I told did the miseries of the war envelop her. Geographical Names. that he was one of those enigmatic resentment in a moment and was Inspector Fred D. Peer on a chargeof

him, and asked the same question. Ho She was given the bitter cup of bereave- beings upon whose some hidden overcome with grief. I stooped to lift !. far behind.-larper's .Iagaine. robbing the mails and forging money
said, '!I sis ippi" 'Thit's 'where my ment to taste ere the strife came hometo Teachers of geography will take disease had shed eternal spirit melancholy the body in an easier position but I orders. Strande lately held a position in
Colcnel from,' said I. He roused up a her own door. The invalid mother notice that in pronouncing the name a WI the postoffice at Kathleen, where he was
by
little and wetker, and the fears the accent should and that perhaps there was no concrete knocked completely my feet by a club r Developed a Canary.The
at hearing that and asks, 'UnionColond1 Rrear weaker of Helena, Mont., arrest-d. When brought before United
'Yes,' I says. 'What's his and anxieties excited by the joports of be ou the first syllable; but in pronouncing cause for his reticence and gloom. which the man had in his hand. You I song of a canary made Ludwig States Commissioner Crane at Port

nance?' he nskeer weak. I told him, great battles and heavy losses wasted her Helena, Ark., the accent One day the sun arose warmer than young murderer,' he cried, 'your snivel- Spahr a musician. His father played ona he waived examination and was

and 1 jump right off rapidly. She had predictea that she should be on the second long"e usual, and by noon the air had becomeso ing will not hell you out of this. 'You, flute; his mother was a pianist and a Tamp bond to await the actionof
sylable.
the ground, spite of his back all shot would not live to see the end of the also make note of that charged with heat and moisture a to wi hang a as Haman or my name singer, so that the boy lived in an atmosphere the The
it ; grand juy.
when ,
throug'j. 'For God's sake, bring him here struggle; she passed away was 'snthorite
has its render exertion almost i not Joe Wilkinson. We heard of music. One when he
Willamette River Oregon physical impossi your day, was
f to'me: ho : 'Let me see him before but fairly begun. It was on the morning the : I claim to have a strong case.against .
I die.' So says.I came back to tell you.' of June 28, 18C2, when }Farrigut's feet accent on the second syllable, "lam;" I ble. After dinner the men lay down in threat yesterday, and I have caught yoa four years ot age, : thunder storm so Times Union. \

Wih" of what was com was passing the town, wreathed in smoke also that the name of Mount Rapier the shade of the cool maples, and declared to.day You will go a step higher than t mpressed him that, he retired t a corner C # i
presentment
rose "as conducted by and fame. and the very hills seemed near Puget Sound, has been changedto their unwillingness to do anythingfurther your dad, I reckon.' of the room, sat down on the floor 'and A meeting of the standing committee of e

ths Lieuteu'ant out to where the sufferers the thunders of the batteries Tacoma; also that the pronunciation until late in the afternoon. They "I was thunderstruck, but suddenlythe looked in mournful silence straight before the Episcopal diocese of Florida was held

lay. Hatkius had foun n candle in D on the heights that lashed the river into of Arkansas as it is spelled is would make up for lost time after sun- hopelessness of my condition dawned him. Suddenly the ,roof of a few days ago in the parish building of
cloud
ley discarded mas r.lle knaps to ick recognize, and by its the light familial Smed- foam-it was, then and escaped that this the gentle Buffering soul highly improper-it is Ark-an-saw, down. Dave, however, took his fork a upon me. Wilkinson's fierce taunt that had darkened the sky was rent asunder St. John's church'Jaksnvie' Those

fea'ure of an old friend.' of passed I the time away to come. accent on the first syllable; but Kan- usual, and started for the feld and when. roused me Co action. I leaped upon him, by a sunbeam, ,which a it entered present were Rv.'V. Her.

-I thought it must be you, Landry," he Isabel was greatly affected by her death, sas is pronounced a it is spelled-notKansaw the old farmer called him t struck him to the ground and turned the room fell upon the cage of a canary J: H. Weddel! F.Brown, .11.E.

s-id, from what my officer told me. I but her father, although not without the after the manner of its neighboring wait until the worst of the midday heat back among the rocks. I found a hiding hanging befon the window. The ;. W. Hampton and R. D.
bir
, grieves me lo tee you lying here. ordinary affections, turned the occasion State. It is interesting to note had worn away, he only shook his head, place and the next night got away from turned its little head up to the Knight The committee gave consent to

you badv! hllt-can you be moved?" into a suggestion for his habitual boast I that the spelling of the capital of Iowa and answered that he did not mind the the country. I wandered about like abet hopped from one perch to the other and the consecration of Rev. George H.,Kin

"I'm past ill surJer. Charley; don'tou ing."Well I was made Temoine" by act of the for a few weeks, untl at last, then warbled a joyous tong. The solving t b atsis'ant bishop of the diocese
: rerLornlier : to call yon so? well-poor woman; I'm sorer I Legislature a few years ago but it heat.Later bolderIcsrne here obtained b of ; Rev. Charles R. Hale, D. '
when the went back growing awakened the bird's "
> I shall die on this spot; in an hour I shall \ sorry. I'm particularly sorry that didn't stick, so Des Moines i the right young men by thrl D., LL. D., dean of the.cathedral at Davenport .
be whore there uro no more wars.. Let us live to witness the glorious likely to for sometime thei work, they found Dave lying in I. work. I proved some relaxation to the semi-stupor, listened passionaterapture. Is to be assistant bishop of the

Jar fr'ends us we used to be; Rive me triumph of our Confederacy, which" is spelling to and'i It is a little difficult fora the burning sun a though dead. They miry I sutere but I: am innocent. D The tones touched nerve and diocese,of Sprinfield.. Ill, and the ordination

hand; I hope God will preserve you sure to take place before"Christmas. native cme.Yankee' to New brought him to the house and placed him you beleve me, Dotorr' brain, h he throbbed in mucl pal of David D.Moore to the diaconate'
through all this horrid strife. I might as "Perhaps it is better, replied Isabel, pronounce under care. For I him that I did and would sations at that his '
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my mment of Florida.;
unsophisticated many days.aftr in the
that she Orleans. a .l
,: veil as stay been following a "since she was soon to go Te mae dioes ,
go ; I'\e sadly, make efforts learn all the him.
subsequent He
ward his life world opened before
hung a only never
the second syllable t i
:. : phantom of promised happiness; if lifer should be taken now and be saved whatis the "e" i ad i balc
- r were given me, it would only mock and before us. She often told us that the get laughe for'their mistake. They the most careful nursing prevented the circumstances and advise him according I cease s hear that canary's ringing

f elude me. Put your head down nearer; war jtrould be long and bloody;'and I now say "Orlens," with the aton 'shock from proving fatal. Much of the ly. In the meantime he should b patient I thris, which then and there renae t V8ED THE WROSQ GLASSES.

: I rq i going fast and have but little breath. see that she was right. The enemy have shoud first syllable,. short _V in th time he was delrou and in the ravings.ofhis and try t get well faster. vocation.New. .Yok Mercury. "Captain," said Mrs. Trotter to ,the

:: ''j* !he plain-speaking. I say takeT New Orleans: they are pressing up second. Th'in't'exacti how a mnd I learned something A few days after this occurrence : hm.i commander of on ocean steamer, *|have

? "ffoald never Le happy: the reason'i the/i"er. We shall prevail 1 the end; tive near as we of He ncr carriage containing a gentleman, and you ever seen the sea serpentr*. *'
past English language now spoken .
shall acents it'i h hitr.
", ford..Cecause r\vi-u I could TOU it;never is different.wed Isabel" Mont- but con V er will ou be no independence child's play.; but We every can tell itjjpn ,paper. Ifwxion Me* d out: "Eli I the'deed, lady stopped at the old farm. house, and ),than .100,000,000 i people and. "!"No dou't, madam drink.-betree," replied the old Press sea dogv.. '

. I -ns is delusion: Bmedley cried. mnly arm must aid i the blow. 0 that 'age. .. they w hang me; yes, they will th gentleman requested the privilege of..I German 69.WO.OOO.. -

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? The) Die is Cast. 1 The Editor's Little Joke.It Wi. H. ll.I\TEJW VO1
TERNBURU &
T ? of 'tic As announced, the third party convention vas 2 p. and the day was hot. Tlu;

met in due time in Jacksonville, and editor of I he Wayhnck County KenigtianJ DEAf.KR IX-
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, f. to Josiah business began in earnest ou the 21st. 'rbe Sat dozing by his lesk. the tlcvil lay snoring -;:

: colored ex-cong enthusiasm was not very great but the { behind the lye-bucket and the printer j

toexplain (delegates tried to cheer up each other as was ccyitcmplMtitig !his nose before tic! GENERAL iWERCHAflDISE

;k1. : Wednesday well a? they could. Most of Jhem, probably looking glass woinli-ring how he could Wholesale and Mm Dealers

,. I Alachua COUnty, just now began to realize the importance get that ink Shot !it as the last speck of .

syd he bad of the step they -were about lo soap was gon: 1'ieseiitly was heard op i DRY (100DS( ,

entirely from hjs the stairs a heavy, ik-terinined tread with i General Merchandise
take.After
a number of .tk'iegalfs had been unmistakable "wa uutwuipthceditor"ring | NOTIONS, ,

E# : appointed lo select an executive committee to it. The editor yawned an instinct "

Sifel (colored), pres Senator Mann presented a resolution ively reached for and bid away handily c. LOOTS. STEZE DOPID -

alliance, was urging the pushing of the Indian war ptate-matter! bass, and the typo slipped an s""" arid Fncy- .

commit claims in congress, condemning the dcinoc iron sides tick into 1m H tobacco pocket. SHOES anilGROCERIES fi-vnfp-HftS

and spoke atic house for not having pass.ed the The devil was aroused, and he grabbed \.A / K3.j Alji conceivable article.

the support pending bjl! long ago. Then was passed the ink! paddb. ,

." unanimously a resolution indorsing the A red-whiskered man wiih blood in his Any khul of Pwcader
: : Feed Hay:
: do you sup nominees of the Omaha conv uition. The 03 c entered. "I want you to stop my pa Starke, __ ___ Fla.Sheriff's for Live Stock.

corraled in nominations were then made, as follows: per." said 'ie."All -

1'h; party convention For governor-A. P. liask'ui. light, sir," replied the editor; "sit Sale, Largest

, J. T Wall & For secretory of state--Alfied Moulsalvatgc. down. What's fmc rojy now*" TTXDER LJ uiij?and 2t. 18tt by! ,virtue issued of outti'an execution toe circuir dated court Dry Goods, Millinery, Stock 4

? { : had better brush "Didn't I see in your pap. ; that Mann 4th juaicial circuit in and for the county of herein Hra1ford. town.Anil .
in a certaiu cause therein pending
your clothes For justice of the supreme court-Daniel is as unreliable as a Texas mule?" Ueorpre Station was plaint iff and Charles KhiersWHS Furnishing Goods, all styles, sizes and prices
ilefepaaiit, 1 have levied upon ana win sell Clothing '
::, ? man's column L. JlcKiunon. -Yes? in front of the court house door in the tswuof Call and satisfy yourself.

) For superintendent of public instruction "And that Barskin wasn't filten to lead Starke, iu said county of Bradford to the highesi '

?DEMOCRAT- -O. M. Williams. nothing 'centi.ng u life of obscurity" ,bidder The for First cash Monday, on in August. A. P. 1S.2, For Funr.ers. IJiuWtvs. 1'hosphale Miners, and '

the samebeinfr the first Monday of said month Hardware
thirty-five rail- For commissioner of agriculture-John "Jim. during the Ipjcal hours of sale on that da- nil the alsu Stoves, Ifcuigcs. Cooking !Utensils
l W. Hendry- "AndVceks oughtcr po; buck: lo WashJngloii right, title and interest of the wiid Charles Kh etc.
: will expend leis in and to the following land.;situated in the
For comptroller-\\ m. I Ii hon. ; cpuuty and trap gophers?'* county of Bradford and state of Florida, 'escrib To suit vuy tiistu and any pocket. Also, all '
: and improving ed us follows: The north half of the southeast :Furniture
For treasurer-A. X. Chtlf.Sir. \Vell
for trans quarter,and the southeast quarter the northeast kinds of other Hwnc Furnishing Goods
p Sheats, the democratic nominee ffir "Well, I am tired of reading sich dare qur.rter of section 15. township six south of
and freight. range twenty east; and a dari-el described as _* ,
Superintendent of public instruction, wao rot about our best men, and ain't gwine to follows: beginning the northeast corner of the

Pasco, ex-Gov- mercilessly trounced for alleged voting for do it no ;nore. so stop my paper." section southeast fifteen quarter, township of the southeast south range quarter twenty of

Fri / nominees, ac- corporations at Tampa Lawyers "are as "Vcrj vell." zth: the cdijnr. ''iut. my east, thence south two hundred and ten yards BEST GOODS LWEST PRICES
thenc, west one hundred and forty yards thence
: speakers, scarce in the third party ranks as ice water dear sir, you can't help knowing bat at north two hundred and ten yards, thenceast) ,

at Gainesville in Sahara, tn that the nomination of the Tarn-" acres.c,ne hundred Terms cash and forty rrojierty yards,pointed cuntaiung out six by :: ____ -.- -.

in Starke Sat-: an adjutan'-general was left wiih the executive "Yes, yes!" Minuted, I the angry subscriber plaint iff's attorney. 1*. S. Cntws. .
Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida.
STAPtFKIE
commitae.; \\". IJ. Lamar was I know: that our people were plum Hy K. }:. JqiiNs, Dej imeritt..Jlml .

recommended account of his stand in I I Tam !I" % 1, lS9t
on sold out at pas Slop my paper

owners of silver the Call contest. Perhaps a lawyer may The editor wiped his s-pecs and c.iar.5- Ek't-t ion NolhT.VIIiUiS.'The iiSINESS AND NORMAL SCHQOL.v.

right to take it in join the PartY bye and bye. limed his subsciiplnci: look, remarking: "I \ : : legislature of 39I.)! un-ler the _

| mint and have Although J.h3 usance of most cf the nominees see you are two years behind' const l lit;ioi of iJ-S.-i. of u Ihes-t.lte. nl Kloii.! ill.! ;
iass.t joint I lesohiiion! pri'] '>Miif for them free of were altogether new to the majority "I'll pay you for i>im year now, and the to the COIL litlitioli (ii! thes.atoM" iloiiiia, IV. 31clONALD Principal,
And the same was sjrriil tr. by a vote f.f three- .
; government buys of the convention yet they were alleged rest when I can sell my coit.m." fifths ol time ir.fiiil.irsrScctorr.cihi: 'Cce: that :MIss ELLEN DAVIS, Assistant,

and coins it on third party men, and I that was sufficient. "In our next we'll have article beaded the vote on s.-.M j.-iiit iT olniii i .a: ,vi t-tiTed! upon Z
their respcctit'1 j mrrmlUi! tinyeas and ;
worth as Tie! arduous task being over the convention '\VaybackV I'mminont Men,' isi which nays tin-root', mi,] theyiiid I ilcffniiiiifU.nl i i dirrct
-.*' < but. as heaved sigh of relief, aud. carried you al.-o are iiurl t:deil. IJy tlic way, Mr. that the Si'.id joint resolution <.<- tiim.iii.etl to tinflertnrsof Will open July Sth for a term of Six Weeks.
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Quads1: siiid I tlie iditor.'lurning i I to I hueIt' I he state a t I Ihe p er.tl I cI'i. ion to l ii-
free coinage the held I in c.ioh i in Klori.i I
by good feeling to all antidemocratic eoiinty i.
away inter, while a nu1 Iui.tmmt! glimmer shot On Ttiesd.iv, uvX' si'VM'iii': _' ti! :' llrsi .,lo-tiny j i-i
drop to its bul mankind; they allowed a colored alliance from his eye. "\\h -i e it >ays. 'Major I lie- ( i'f'i!,, r. i"ur, i

of merchandise to become member or their man isoiu-of diir ir.n-.t successful I farm the said Tin--li.-iy: !.- In,' il-t-! !t7I .!;i.vorili"il: .
a
man Octo'iiT. Tli .li-i j'>in i.'.-.> .>n ivails rt-ft>l-j Tuition due in Advance. No b .actfons tnade.
e1.3, ath1 : V.nd a nnn'iiiKiit third partyleader' Terms-
:' i eju'cuti'-tt C0flflittC'('. Hut \vhen! ?orcunluckv'wiir'ht lows: i
Airris'r.i-. :
Pa., is ended no1osctl; a vote of thanks "Wha-at !" i-jii-ii'au-ii \I_ r. Irenian. "you e.t iC'Ii tt. .',u m;.-u : .. m; .- .-.t m nherely ENTIRE COURSE -----------------------------------------------------5.O$ -
aiiii-ii.l.'il .-.> ..s :<> }'.' :,I :. t'':! i\.s, 'j'l.i-1 I
: and many of the io the railroads aiid hotels for reduced am't gwine lo s.iv I that.t 1 hcpe? Look-y exen-ption i proutV: "ori.! S--l'..;. 1>t.i\rjUofX; I'EXilANSPII ALONE . .. . . : . . .. . . .. 2.00
rates-oh what a kicking! They here if you oniit that I'll pay you up ill of time cri"-litui; i.i Finri'Iii > ..,!! i.iiH-. il,.- "
The Carnegie my full." wklowiii! ic->.-; ri '?' !1' 0! lii imrty ei.tiiirh! PI ; MATHEMATICS' . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . .. ..... 2.00
finally agreed to thank the hotels for cheap such rxfii'jiii'in li'tiii1 t'i>!!t> %hi.: .;n>'i- ni-'t*. vi/:
as the state for what little they Bless you. such sainlid considerations" One-half iii in I !. Miv.i.I .: ; if'iNi.- I Ia ENGLISH GRAMMAR .. . . . . . ... . . ... ..... 2.00
it sustained. The grub, -the railroads cannot ci.nsi. is: to withhold 1 the tru- Wiilo\v. airl it!,.- remm..i'Or; hail t-> {
had done and the Lord for things not "Leave it oi.t.' iiejijed the ir.iseia'.ile time rhilil or < !>!! if.-ii anJ liij or thtirdi'Scriiihirtts. IlOOKKEEPING---------------------------------------------- -- ---'JMTHYSIOLOGY '
except a name "and" : 5i ;h.* l.illiTt m a k ii.g thf l: I it T-t: ti 'ir a
and being won-e." man, 1 will pay you ; fjll, keep parent i i p.m-nf-s v/. ui! t.iUfir.ii! >v U 'la-re . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. .. .... 2.00
long years the paper and p-iy for t\so years iu atl- benin-l :!.'. L-.I'; .i-ii -! .:.;-Tf t.-.l! .-:. :;'.-'> i Uivno
of them ample After nd jOiirnmt nt the two cmtiirca 4ouu- a.ices" ('xeIuijt.im: sm.m:1: : ''. !! 0 u : m ,,- I'RIMARY PEPAUTMENT, till noon . . . . . ... .. ... ..2,00- ;
; It al districts went into separate conventions The editor coiuniltd. and after the \ isilo'r lViil.ts'u"; ). Mi il 1 ii .'. ;'ii( ;, I It.;' i". .'i.ri- !I. Iftliort.
problem. .' tie no v i>\-\\ lh-i I I.- i--i'iipr.' :i s-.:! in
1i The First dUtrictilelegation agreed to I Iiad he diew tin plate matter
rule in mind no gone lure to I l.<*i1fSiviiiltny: t''l- P'lltv u I'litillr.i I lln-rf-: -
nominate a or elector before base from its hiding; l'l'' '-''' ir.iished; a to. an1' isfti; I'lrfinj'tii'iiMi.'l'i! ;;;i-| !;. !o all iii--l- --- -- -
congressman
and if laborers t-itied itt .. ...' 1.. ,.
cookroacii: and .said impressively : "It tXr.'t, as') : ij I lel.
.: ik-pt.: 1. wiser; they :.4'C' m ; they should accede for that The Seon.'i Jlitrict, never. Quls.: lI1'uRTER. isl:.'ivl-I ; iivi-::. v. il.'i i.- !:, {: ,'. i .' : :mtt'riug -: ; Thss course is m1t'siuicm1 ':- .'rially for those who are preparing to ..
that should pui pose. : ut -. : -
after some wrangling, nominated F. E. -- -- iu tttu-of tln'S.ii 1 uiiini it.I m'.i'.!) i! nave \\iii-, 11. :it-li, ::itl! for yomi nii'tV antI \-non tittijig themselves for bookkeepers. .
11 11 t'r rizmt"l: 0:1 tw! .:' ''.' I l'lli'i i wl.icli: :; the '
:p 14 Hughes for elector, and .\. h\ Mann for Altnlie-The west is a yivat f.lec far utImul'. '.1 1!m'm'l '.- : .. '. I' i'' .r.r-. Our> tact 1111115 nre thmitu 'nm2hilv Xonual.iJrini : .

: us women. Ol'tlfS .tm- tl'.lL't.i: J.t .s.,1 I (.-!> (.-:. -1. ...'.-V. lliti-t: .r! i-ooks wiihuu wlu-ii coining from rlistancc. The
Florida Slate ; nil : a :
congress.lu ... ; 3'imuu' ,
mid the sitltthf'
Amelia-In what way: ? pdnti-tl. the 20lh the evening I the delegates pMll I i in I the AltaUe-; -U''Cu :' il t u is t hue casii-st place are written" or i.IimatemI. the v.'o.'ds"Kor I tim,' Primary 'Departuu-nt. \vil! bc'tmmht l>y 3Iiss DAVIS, who has much ext .

. : one cf ;he city hired a linis.s b.ind I to stir I up tlicir enthusiasm for one to ret a li;]<t saul i'.iiKTi-liutrit.ami any elector'.i.tll! have tiehiriito\vritleii voter. orI lit.: iu uN' tim xln- work \\\- miarauutt'e !tl'f.t'TE SATISFACTION. .
to rid of I >rinte : get one. i
made a lengthy and a few speeches folo ed. Call oi. or :ttltlr'st ,
i jiifscriljoti. tl'e: ivonls "A .iin'-t te! Aint-Milineiit"
; for }ioi ida to Senator Maim; went and took an easy | The voii-s east on this tjii'-stii-a slii>il IMCMIIV.IS-
I st-d: ainl ilei-Iaration anti rettmi thereof shall) be WI W McDonald .
exposition. He shave btfoie sitting: for a picture for the ini'otors.a'' I va-injr lioui'tt, nu-1! l l'y the slat- sir.\ji''iiiiK board Starke Florida. .
is required and one went the -
: ; papers, every away in the siiinoinniiiiorantl ftt I tlie tiniesasvi-.tesen-st
) amounting to nominees to pull wires and the rest to pull I lor I pet sons for oflh'ps at >aid eleoti.'ii are reipiir- --TTE-T-: : :: :
j I i'il by law lobe canvassed.itc.ire.i! ami returned
. ; ( him if the stale I j fodder. j Til" at tc nt ion of the n'ieriir i it>called! to the! lav.-
-C- | iT'pii.-inK thfin Iti cause a nut ice of the said e'.ec-
$50,000. Any j I I i.ni to IK*published in ftneW'pn per printed i'l the FOR otrn STYUSH ITUkNOUTSADDLE
; ?200" gets 103 sn. j I lingers All Uight. j county, it'hit-re be a IIUIMT in the county: mini if ,
!I '1 lie ioloWrj! !Ctti'I. from Mr. H. F. th'Tebe, no vnis'r fnbli-luvl in the coiiiit3-the.v |
and ] j
building,
I shall cause tic Iccst live t-'pie.s of thij hoticc to be )
: i'.r for advertis j i llogers ex-preci.lent i'f Uio iloiidi: slate i I povii-tlin the most pill.li'- |-l.iec-iii tlse county. HORSES
1 '
IX TESTIMONY WHKItKO:* lliavo: liereiirto -
; .ty can well span: alliance \vcropy from I the li uue5-niim1 : j set tny hand and have htri'iiiita alilxed the j
On return homo last r.iaht. after gi cat t'mtl ofHorMa at TaHaha! ti'. the j
It will not take my ; an 1 caj.'ital. thi< C4-'t! . ih9!!'.'.
ten feel each ahMjnce'f'f i three days to my farm. 1 notice ; JOHN li CUAWKORU. For Ladies and Gentlemen's Riding, j.
spice
Ii in 3'our ol thoSlith( i uist. a communication P. S. CKKXVS. BiTftary of State

be supplied. from Mr. > I,. Clarke rf Riishnell, i Hhei lIT of llradford (.'011:113- i aOc1 .
I ,'nly 1. I't)2.-m) I Ij
i
.f"f will in which lcsii o that lie is b.it'i.-tic-il that -

many voters of? the state; have; Iveii misled j Notice. TEAMING\ OF ANY KIND GO
by may! stateiv.enl i in I he alliance caucus atTampu ,
-- | Six months r.ftrf I'
(I1ll
|i ;'sent my ae-
tin elTect the nlatform of
to tiiat;
: : ; counts anil vouchers to the lionfia.. !'. Mat '
I ti!u St Louis con)venti in of [February l ) last i I nluirs. cotintv judjp in nml for ihe county ofj J. W. Alvarez a Co.'s Stable I
: by the people's j I was a "thin' party irove", amid nut the POWDERAbsolutely j lircdford and state of riori.li. ns Administrator. Livery
j of the .UUe i/f JohnV.! JIu-hiiell, fieceiscd. for
of tbt allirliic'e lie aljo that
for 1
; cong output : says j final settleine.it and \ for l.hal '
ni a discharge
i represented as hayi t tin lc4 I they (incaiiing C. H. "Collins( anu Pure i front siid adinini tratiun Fine Horses, Carriages and! Saddles.! Expert Drivers. Draft

J myself) "ef one out in an article confessin ? i -i'V.. ItlPDIK,
$ i I pohlielau:i i 1 JI.iyJT, l'W.--Otn Administrator.Notice. Animals and Vehicles for any liincl of Hauling.O'Oiil .
!"
I the and I'eniMinciti whatever
;: error !; A crt-niiiof tarU l iinf! |>i>wler, HfclK'stf
-- -- -
ten years, prior to i j they may have: s.ul the alli.iuce shouMcoiulemn all in li-avoainjf St I('11gm Ii. Lrm t<-,t U. .s 6'ofc.Mment : .- } ) STAIJLING( AND FEKD FOR YOUU HORSES* LOW .

he belonged : ham in as iraiu.i.... ainl they siiould! food Kvpnri CHAKGES. P1SOJ1PT ATTENDANCE.
I ever be l looked upon as such by ;all! true ROYAL HAKIXO I'OV.-CER Co.. 10i Wall St., X Y.J. All persons indebted to tic tslsie of Clarence
utd in au inter- - C. Bryan, !itm.of Bradford eoi.znty, deceased,
his nomination for alliance; brothers. w. V-V-KeKti'ar! will come forward r.n-l settle tin''maine'at once, STABLES OPPOSITE RIGHT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY STARKE, .FU .
j I In riply lo the :above I wibh! to say to .- niuetin:. every TuosiJny and .II prrsuiis having clai'irs ngr.'nst said e;tale ,
j -. '. in tn-ir! Ii LU. TronO.HAYXKS will them duly ni.tl'ent.ttedvithiu
parly is repurt- the farmers' allinncc of FloruU t that; t. if :- night present
i ,- ,, ent t'rutliers tItrtli.13V. the tititi- llmc,iimCl by law, or the jame will be
I I : little differcqi-u :' the St. I oi'.is pisiform is time output of the imiiteh.J. plead in bar of their recvt ery. PENINSULAR
j i ?"nominate in fat unt'1s* al I isuce. 1 have no iccord i>rknowleilre N. ( /,. L. VON Kiev, FLORIDA CENTRAL AND RAILWAY
K. .1. n Sf June 17. 1'h2.-! Administrator.i .
) of I that fact ; bul I hsvc :a rec- ELDS. e. j
6nly ihu FIARID'TRUK LINE. SHORT IKE/
\ not m
PUJ- ,,1'rdcif I the fnct that said platform; i U t the i
': and nil other! j j outpni of ,'n a cmMy of men, a mij'>rity the County Jndw's ('.ii: I. riftdl'ord Coiiuiy.St..t'if To all point in South Middle and V.Vst 1'Ioiiila. Mobile, New Orleans i ml Southwest '
M..riiUi" I>irei-tccnnt-ctions to all points Xoi-tliwcs-t iiJidXortlieast. Elegant new coaches.
.- 4"_ the people's p-%r- 1 of.: whom .vcie nu' eligible te> inembcrship STAKE DRy GCOKIP'Y i Bj: till-Jli.'t'f Or -li.I| (!'"lrl. Route from Tannin to Cimiunativilhoutflmnge i>f lecper
: of I HIP f.irmer.V nllianc*' under a liberalciiu'.t !"-. rci inLj i>r.liln> ..jiiiH..iiliiin.In v4a 110ne.-ii.autlTlm..t.iztsville.!! -
[ the SOt il republican' i fl..' nu.tiiTi'f I m tl.f Miicisii.iii .if 1 iiiK'ilvciu'y ofht 'LIME CAS{U In cilevt .Tune 12, 1892.
: I notion! ot.tho law: of tin: nnltr; and liftir.' '." _ _
; : f f-ii-: .l i. -ji-k. lU'-t-a-c-d, filed l by
a nomination; will ; 1 repeal, as a i rut hi. I that t the on t pit of --- ----. : -, \V. \Vofl.--s.; i'ti-i'int: =at..r-i.rsVi'I " i 10 i a i\\EKTKUX_ u'1' t i5ft. a
for congress- I thnt I assemblage i u< the platform t of I the ,: (" \\niKlfU\S: : V.'. 'l'Vi'.- ,--. ;m.m liiiiMrator! of .' p i I'MOa I.v Tnniihni! ; Ar 'IMp.r 1.1 Ji7"Jla III I' IN LI Is Jat'imsuu.vulti8 80p 1211 p
: third I which denounces ( Li[ -s i T ( 1 tIm'- "tilt' o' H.-iiry K YAx. l l'mre'.f Bradford 71>< i> ll >'.'>rt I.v 'all.uItmtrt .\ 2 Sip S 4( 7 :c ixl.v Baldwin I.v 7 54 p 12 01 p :&
parly
: : arranged. party as count\.SI.ilf t ..1 F.; .. iLi. tl'-' .,is'l. 1ms this S Up 11 Mil I.v Jaek.uivju1.. Ar 'J-'sip m; ::'> a II 23 a 8MaAr Iak fiv Lv 6Slp $ S)& *aAXUi
are of such corrupt.. .both. I !tin-- n democrat. h and_ repul-[" 2lsiLfk 1Ei.&ui2j I day fili'd in tat t-fi'i c :i stig} --f.5i' ol thein-iolv; ::r) ,p 11 r.il pl.v1117i. IIivMwm; Lv -tp 5 45 it V.1t a !941 a.r LhoOak I.v 540p 8tO& .
ilemni prink-I ?. i I mu ii tier nsscn as I iriiin, 7LLi : .- eiicv of sjii.l i # at'. MTuArljsa Silt r lie Lv 11 47aI.vlirjia 431 a aAr Sin\ann Spgs Lv
% whom can be I that I the output t of said: St. LnnU confer itiese or" rnr-n n n- :ois"'Uly HII.I admonish! 28jpArI' llawiliornofilm ) :; cSaVH: 2 Ii a Ill (laar ?.La,1i-on Lv 4 Zp *
riiii UUi4 all persons l Li. l.iii : 'l.-.u'i- z1timt..t vjjj! > .ta'f to I O'4 a. 31 p Ar l. 1 1 (lit a. :i l :u a 11 M.Ar Monticello I.v 3SO p
i of Mich in! ence. \\lncli is I hue pi a i form of I the I bird liie the sani.- i ii PP. .mi--! ; '. ti'i'v' auiln-ntiiM'rd. tti :i3l: i> Ar Silver Springs I.v :O: a ." H> a 14.> j .\r Tallahass I.v 145p3W$ i i745a
(' elements party: was I the idciiiic.-il: I iust ru mnt'ut which 4fl tI l.y the ..iliivfiMaiiiir.v.: | A. l>. IS-3, onwlii.h 211a :i 4 1 1> ArTftlpAr lkr( Lv 1lla 13's MlnAr: Quir.cy Lvl247p i2O&s
a conip'irativrly: f 'w leadi; ug .illinnoe I men ( 4' day iii. re* \S1I lit'a pro raft d.stribntton i.r IToin ; ; ; | to a remarkable Hied to have cnilorsi'il l IIt> I the stale tlc'inocratic the a-'Sf-ts li-i.-j.: in : ti, ssiM Statmtuut''n I lie 5 tK) a Slip Ar UfsbtiiKTav K K a. l<) ?0 > t lH'OuAr rensaoKi Lv tfWft JttB.Sl .
I I ed the I'arilic ,1 .- i-reditors of the s tutu,'. : 4" a i.1I) 4% r r-s Lv KJ4aKv ft ll tO HAr Mobile Lv IJ A V7icaAr
on {.oiuenliDii alTiniu[ sis I the plnt-: :._: Witness amy hand, n.d seal ,,t'c'.urt thi4 the .iti! S ii') ,t (; p- .:'Oc'ft'fa Lv ''.4 a I;:a New Orleans I.v 8 >p.,
animal one would forin of tin1 fli'iiiOxXUio {/ Vtji' i ? tl lc 'dayi'f.lHlv. A i P. 1-T'i '.':.0 a I't i> Ar4r < HluiiiloAVitilwootl 7 (II>a 3 i 5.1 p IK'OaAr St. Loins I.v 740p ,
stale of Florida: -;ml bi-c-riii 1 aWr'l the Stnrkc, [IsELl 1 WM. F. MAI.PIH-BS, :i-muua i> Lv I.vL.V '.) ds a 12Op 44."i |> .\r Chicago I v 200pKEt -
: f I : excepting that he .lu'y ::ui. 1WJ C'ounty Judge. Z l > A I n 15p Ar7lipAr l>.iiitt'ity! 7 ."1 a li>Sl) p fAKDlXAJ CUMBKltLAXDI K Ui--
Ii siitl tint I ii
I siM
rut liy having : I nzt rum macnt
() :::0a I'laut f'itr T. l r-Mia !Mi --- ----
| ta.bVi: buck, should was the political pi at' form in of the thinl orpeople's I WKALKKS) INnJINIs Ill IT to IS get A DUTY the best yon value own yourself for and fam- Tamt MOltAr( TH nipa I.v aDuttli)1, } J 1 ..LL _ _. I 1 I Isi
; aboiU his Mu- P"I'ty. I mii-t Le diMi' uncuil us utraitor cononilze In your footwear by your purchasing money 2 (Vp Arald', Lv it 1 4i auaip.Vr ISUp !li.tt Lv Jacksonville Ar 3 10 p 8 6 *' -
\v. li. Douglas Shoes, which represent the 2 88 p Ar (taiu.rst tIle Lv II I a i-. Ii II. Ar K< riian he I to I th easily digests pruuMpien
beat value for prices asked, as thonaande Cottar.!Key ._Lv T.Jtta ; 5 : OprBrlifltltI,, '
; of barbed fanners' !iance. -an ar.iini7.iiioii: I for DIJUCiS, -tIi tentifr. I
wire which 1 have labored: long and liu'd'; !.;;< WTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..&4 Trains on Southern iHvision leav Archer UiIy except Sun&iy a' 8:40 p, m. f 7rViIU'ton 'Y ,.
.)" in prontc.inc- j Fairly r.inliincrineiliute.pod JU-.jrlf 3Iii:<-,: l -av*< agIu aiit} iily wxcrpt Sin'tn,; nt 4i:{ a. r.i. for Arcberaixi. ;v
I for wlik-li! I 'rive 1:1: ideas many s.Mrillce.lor .-* and doint1.alo Train ien,VA.'OTipdi, antl Wfuu-r 1'ai-k daily cxWpt Siimla'. Leaves O hw; -4 fii
; j | : h he has no whisk-1 I ils atlvanceniciil anti success sit any daily, .it K :D) n v : Winter Pam I: nt 8 37"a PI. nrriviug at Oi iamlo 9 a in; leaves Orlando daily 51 S "
i ; this animal is halt'j man in the Mate! p iii. nrrivii K 'Winter I''il: 5 .1 p in; Ovitdo tip in. .
I TOl 14ET AIh'1'1S Pullman sleepers for C'inciunati and TrtniV'ttanJ JacksontUM .
Jacksonville anti Tampa anti -
; I j whether his patcr-: Upon the iuiuuei plea of the ortlei I to-day and feel assured t that t Imiru' ale Trains on the Fvrnandina o nd Ciiiiibi-rl.in.t route leave Jacksonville: and Fcrnandiua d DTexccptfeiiDday.
billy, or t tliouinds: of the best l members of the or- HI'KCTACI.ES.TISUSSKS.: .mc.1'ui'sciLitns Cor.nects at F'riaim'iiutmi: O>r Iunpeniies; Cnmlierland) Island,Jekyl isLand andl.rimnswiek
1orrnig the ( 'imeI.tt'd o'jt and CbMtt*' ..
is in : uasking eOnneetius lop 3laeoutstlauta.
u matter on gani/.ition: I the state I in touch: a tat accord
preparedill! hours diyj )IO'cl mtt.l iic.i'tltt-eu, aiid westeru, potot. S utLay train leaves Ja&'ksaul1e! 8 .U a Ut.
,.. wiih me. I the r-qneM of urn Clark 'c. mutt route C'OhtCtti0fl_ Learc }eruiauijina p iii, Ztrriv.'s Smtek&onvllle U 1 p iii. 'I'ulniafl! sIeptnJ "
; ( \\hiling to :;reiraul: :v.s as :; tr.ii'.or to the contraiy j or hight. nichi.'i 1r cars Bruusvtck to .%tianta, and Atautta, Cincinnati mtuit asliyjl1e. .-'

away a lint uvithita uihi ag Scientific Arasrican ;i For information see local ajri-n, Ticket office 8C \\ Cay street, corner Hogan.Depot foot ol
in ,- on the common! ?. One of I lie canlin.-il piintiplis i of ;in-! ; I' li"mtii Kre -t. Jicfc onville.X. A- MacDonclI!, ( n-P. 4.T.A.

i articles in farmers'alii.inee Icach'-s u> In "f'in-lrm: 4Agen forCAVEATS --..--. S. -I'KXNlNtJToX.. -. -Trcttic- --Manager.--- '
--
t rubber slm and I wortls an.1 deeds I 1:1 I thi'ir mo-\\ f favorable

diet which will be I light granting i h: nesty "of pnrpn' good n'"ittiois to ta her-. and not to de-

i to a Iiy.briij.nnsi. I j DOviiuu ,t broili\ n-i :i traitor liec-inse; he !
; : THE OEOIttilA{ ( SOIVrilEltN AND FLORIDA K. K. i novpniinj
t
crowing the gi&& n. j Jdoes .p.nl d<-* In inin\ Jlv:' il'-T''plion

in his button lathe I and destruction oi I ihe order ; ". '\ ; r.iti-s for tiie travel oat of Florida to. all- sumjuyr re-sorts, vl4cb

a delightful 11 Let-iis be coiibisif.'il u in I all I I I things. I f.I f. 't- TRADE MARKS, -' wiil shortly} ln' pluct-tl on >ali\

tvor I lime leaders! of !Ilit! aili iwe wan)! to p i inio ; "VVT4' O SICN PATENTS 'J'liis liiu, i\s she sHom-si t atu.l fastest out of Florida carrying the 'bVe8tluidii
: : to the he COPYRIGHTS, etc. ,
l the third i
rrpu or pe.ijile's "ki.tlu
p'lily. in consistently -
; TtT liilaxaKUan one! hsc Handbook write to Wr Fnt : mail to all points \\ t'm'd t and north i-st. Trains arrive and depart
: itoh lothe world I Hiil '
he a is ice
in so rose u they MLNN & CO.
3E1 UUOADWAT, NEW
Oug. -2/t ? FOR froiiMinion in all line*
; dqmt Palatka with
i i if t but with little are no mor.tleni"eriis nor repuli'ij-aii.' *, J Oldest bureau for sot-nrinsr; patents inTAtnvrica. rw# JTLM4 and Facon. Cnnnct'tion made

i ;: i j "dt-uil' I and not inconsi.steiitly try io inipre-s the : tae Every public jiHicnt iy a tnkcn notice out ptven by tis free H oi brought charge before In the THE BEST SHOE K Till 5u.u, FOR THE tIOIiEI., ill Mavon.vith t the vestiliiilo litnittd for tli Carolina. Virginia and the.

| rose as as .tibljc ;:liit uh evtrt' i.Ui1 piyc'si tit'nm K-rals: j A genuine flexreel Phl C> t'-t vtVt not rip.Cno east and with through sk-i-pii, hues rr h, Tt-incssei'i 1Cen-.
calf seamlesa. smooth i; t-r ,.s(>rts
I t lucd. TIb3.!
: picking black out the lol'io.Vlun I 3 'i'i t the llif.l: (inly !;i cufi\\Ut mnmVCBUSllEia.3ei \ cartab1e.styiih and darblc'tnais" fly('tiPrShitC r.iorcom over- tnckv ami all iPaVatta.
I ; his daring check 1 1 slrill M'Ver all I c'4iiiin-rli'inwil: o !lieu : eold at the price.. ouais custom made uhoes'-ostlaz points) north anti northwest. SU-i-jiir.ij t-ars Lctwee
from$4 to$
: : : l in his attiibulos Iii fktliu Iel; parlies iud <-h-ing.my u h't .a Largest clrcuatoi) of any dentIfie paper In the 4 and C5- ITand-icircil, tiTi*'clf fho*>s. The aid Mr.rr.n.: : Trr.ins leave cs foiiowPalatka! : 5 10 a. in. and 815 p. m.Ilampson ".,

Miiife/ i I! P, In.r.i,.;, Wc4lc1.ctfl thoJ Salt'rratdlv! 1)3 Without iulutrte,1. No tiitiigent '4 moat 3en-y a nit durala shoes ever sold.s I (J 51 .-.. m. and 0 J7 I.kV a -ll1! 10( 55 Pm'Gen.AgC
i. the
I in two aspects I _. :J: ', LT; I.SO x months. Address it. Weekly JI IJSN, S.'J.OO& CO.a, at fremnSto$12.price. i1ioy equ.d line liup ted shoes costing p. 1:1.: : City, &
: which he gulps'! .Ne'y Vork. 3Itrtrp 50 Pollee Shoeworn yfarmerg and alt ( '& __
: ?cclmon Cases. 5 others who wane a rood heavy calf,three
i > t sin p? of I I Refined Christian Home.TnoROCOHLT soled.extension edge shoe. wa1 In '
political S. IL ('liV..nl.! Xew ('as el, \Xs., was the easy t4 ,and will
: | D OKOASIZCD. Course of study feet dry ai.i vnrrn. I fI i
him in i-iTt-d. troublfd with NV'jial.si.i and I Hli'cuinitilii. FcTr thorough and practIcal Steam CO, ao Fine Calf, i.23 and Si>.GO Worklutcmen'sShocav.iJlpitoiiioiowoRrrorilio.
I bi.-* Sloin--1! was ilisr>.| 'h'rol.] his I heated. New Pianos modern im S L WA
to such vaiied provements. Koncbool in the SoutS money than any other m4tc. They arc maile for sorjlco. 1
j Liver t :a s a ri'ctAii| > Miiil.iriiiit; >:r.><> c.I. iiet can offer a more elegant homo or pleabantcr The increasing sats ito'.ir Uuil, worfciEKCisa
: ; :, in tluu :i;>j' -tui'* ffH; ii-A-iy, an I lit: .-t4 !eir'blroilinvd \- Eul-roundinga. FOR YOUKB LADIES cave found this- ont.'J.eo. -
4' ? ana Vontls' SI.75 _ _
i iii sb'an I IN FACULTY. B School
;! TorcVbottles 1%
: : w11c14 lie |l'tr.tv't I : s ueeii. Sohool open.i Sept. 1,ISO*. r ,J2* Shoeu are worn by time boys cvcryMre. i
I of tV-tii' it. I r.itu-r! -. eufM.l Itt:mu. I'or catalogue address The most rTrlwcM's EhoessoM nt Ue prleta. ",b-g i S. FauTyc1 40: rrils 425 ifom ao States. lGqMtui
in vic\v of his I .iIp3e S3.OO u c,4.rcA.l Cs lfl tiesc; Itt. Cuocatioa, Health. AcceolbilWy. Ynllyiilhi
' 44? t !. Kd\vrd: l :i 'j-brphoiil: tLurisbnI'l.I. HeU.H.ciiarles.O.PRESIDENT. ., ,cl4h;% 2.OO and 1Laiu.I-ii.wed Shoeta, 2.-5D.for ,
platform as iliat of. bad a niiiiiini; s:'rt'ouu his bsir o1 s vsirs* mmmV'our Mite are mnadeof the bestDcugola or fine Calf,u #JeoFPrieeDDPrdetNahyilhtTUfl. -
I standing. LW 1 i ibr-." l nfst! >r Illoftiie: ; VagUville-----.- ,_V Tenn. -- desired.. They are very stylish,comfortable and durabio. -
The$3JX)9boeequal
custonimade8Jioe
Bittern and KCM.-II i :;os "f. Iiu.-; lea's N.iine ">i r,ti to.l iv-iu-ii sai.ip. ur nondescript! ArnioA Salve:, mxt iii-; l l..r' ts sound and t, a i kI iiiJc iil.l': li.k f. r2 -. \rf tx wintuil" their footwear -
A..IT.; ., .- .LJJavnazno and the ; : rrur ; rlrItcl ; meu s..t1 Final L .
Avoll. Joint Spi-aker, C.it-i.\bi, Oliio. hail y. r. KKKiTr.K.VOL price Is c..u1uRti I i Moticeof Discharge
the UJtID
stamped on > bottom ot eaeVshoe; look for it train aur firm ".
) in Spain two live l-irro fever sores r>n bU leg.ML' uO'-tcr? .tI.t whenyon bay.. ;.Ti CUKOMO lliSKASB/eao Mture a vlual>l lw ; ?:!xm->at! aft 'rthtte I willapiJytothi-coaiK' ,-*
: : : ', tc '. I : !> -> -v s :iu-tir; hi 1; O'i o !Iutt 1tlKlrc! : \X77u !akfi| Money scud 10- fraudulent Stltuteothermakesforthemn.aM subject tOPVO eh mbetlmtIonar Work (' tlitir ali1i<'tin eCUtIon !
by law torch- .trn r.rv
They l- es
. cnn nrtl PI l liue bj -tel' 1.IIaI st'tt.-limetlt 5. :tlani'mrittorofthe
Under false
ta1nIngmnoiey
: pretence.
i : r vtu.il! bI.*
Hfi.ijit.- a t.l Utl.
: <> I'.VJJICEtt
: L. DOUGLAS C.2-WN.. 'herry fcfrett iat'if &"cii.t l.lrIi'e, r. Iimr Of )4Is'lt'b'
;
: niea js.tivr IM It:1 i-Jiiiu-iy. .soM i>v 'T ltrSCktU, Mass. Sold by i usiivil l '
I rww. '
.rttAd.ir c. Uetfi-r xvrire 'it'its&t.
; ta.zmy. iitIA.T&.a'o '. 1. V' :
cf great- -ht. J Starl-e lru'Cunip ua.-sdruitore. U tty :. P. 1:11Ei'. Mtoj! Ala. I tF. w. )11S. ."-::".,'", .V:"a-t- stale. your- rr&uU?" ftn.'l h,.\- nfl t,.u.\n. 1et'ciry :1, t-i",

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; This weather" "I tries 'men's soles. I'i I Ii I __ Lawtey! ,i iI .. ': :: Who Want Office. '

BRADFORD Cramp TELEGR/PH, i iI I Sliss Glanzmann' succeeds the firm of I : STARK& DRUG COi ; Mr. J. \V. Kcfluin.!! :he. ")M rdmh>.V/:

". The Jersey mosquito is camping i TITAir Drolshngea & Co, Thoroughly familiar I .1? acu4Ud'Ue1r te..* k* :'imf fa flu! Ar--
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.f (uti'iry < IJo !t.r; "Pl'
, 111 the wood with the business as she is, she will no t j
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2 I this capacity many years, nutHt. )9S'
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\itarke } Ia., Jnly Wi., doubt be successful. .
that time gained B' name'for strict twcorncy -
Peaches are plentiful and cheap THE BUTTERFLIES' CARNIVAL.Tills J Mr. Fred Fisher has purchased nn Interest f ,in keeping his accounts., .rlJiV'many i
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,< affairs. in spite of an inclement season. in the Shiproan store. With :Ir.J. 1 friend wi tb :o s ce him ou dick imrtllwr

>cal --- -- .-- \v. C. Peters an assocute. and Evan ,t term- ,
1ll's.V II Rivers: returned assist I the bii''nessillrc:: V
has Shipmau to
inferior flour when ;TOUcan will 1st !t Sir, T. J. Uekle h ft candidate fr
u buy after a two weeks' visit to Anthony. beautiful Drama will be rendered ceivtr increased vigor. remove August county -
Home at the sam I school superintendent. : II" iwell
:weet Mr. S. I'ower! has,been sick but i is now
get
Hcibcrgcr & Richard. Monday is the first Monday in by the "LITTLE O ms" of improving.Mr. known I to all the voter; ia finely educated -

price at ____ ------ I man, 1m much r set utive ability antI
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and all the boards will Starke under the leadership of Mi s
August into the
meet
A full liDO of paints at I I Peters has moved Sh'pnvm I is in every \\.iy; fill til for the position hi

Truby, Stcrnbtirg & Co. then. Emma Truby, I house. .I seeks and will if rleCii'd.nil it vitrThonorto

.IIi s. HIgh Dixon of New Jersey and j himself anti liirwinly.Mr. _
N. Jones'-white xlipss goods Orrin IlusbanJ has been confinedto Friday Nhtht, The 29th last. her two sons have arrived to look after
See Door East of Post Office. ( F. M. Byr.I.. candidate for Hheriff.
his home the One
purchase. several days from a billions Proceeds towards their late 1 purchase. They .occupy I
befora you_ attack. to go purchasing Porter house. conies from one of the oldest antI mojt

Our lineofladics' black silk umbrellas ---------- a new Organ for the Mrs. S. Powers and youngest SOil are I highly re-pwied families of, our county. .
Presbyterian [ He i is now in the prime .f life i* poeetsmItif l
cannot be surpassed. Mr. J. P. Hester will leave in a at Kingsley lake this week. I' nndirrt> of !
cluirch.ADMISSION.. lt'r"'OII.t courage. Iq crai -
1 11I Truby, Stembnrg & Co. few days for Texas, where he will Mr. C. P. Ilotlgman of Illinois was i neraie. well itliiratftlnml titttil in cycrv

"" has full stock of spsnd some time. .-Adults 23c, Children here to examine: properly with a view of j way to m.lka tno si valiuMe sheriff. H.-

: N. J. JoneS a ---- 15; Reserved Seats 35 cents. purchasing.! I .-o+-- -11 t-: -I-:- i prom'iM-s; if t-Itc'cd h> snt tint the law i i"
funeral supplies, cofi'uis; and casketst Delicious hard f!strictly wild. Mr. L"
' pears, as cannon Mrs. M. Knickerbocker and 3 children complied Byrd Ani
all prices. balls and heavy as a bride's biscuits, DOORS TEItTAIN.u OPEN AT BEGINS 7 O'CLOCK..1'1' 7:30.EN. started for a viiil to Chicago last week. I i C old-lime democrat and ;x haul w.Irkor; for

.I! kinds of hauling lone 1)1'Oltlpt. arc in the market. Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for Dyspepsia. \Y. C. MiKeer carne back Monday for a I f I he party. *

?., --- --- short visit to his family. I I Another r.tmlidnle ff>r sheriff ioJ Mr. .1.
Iy at J. W. Alvarez Co.'s stables.Domestic The military boys were out last The Store Robberies. July 4th about To of our people called I. lionstcti: J >lnn. Every voter knows him

..% and New j 11 Home" sewing Monday night looking up the few On Monday niulit Jesse Chevi Wm. upon Mr. and Mrs.[ L. W. Sayles to celebrate Mr. R. R. Joiner will fill all Prescriptions awl and all know that he is a gentlenmnof

who never attend drill. Wright and Robert Smith nil colo'rtd. our day of independence as well as 1 the highest honor possessing all the-
'" machines for sale by the 25t'i ucddin! anniversary of the host attributes L'ood sheriff slmulil have. His

,f Truby, Sternburg & Co. The fat and helpless watermelon entered the stores of J. G. Alvarez, .1. W. and hostess.Vell filled baskets, hearty day or night. frioiuU* Leads were level in pushin;; him

must give to the Hodges and Dr. Gaskhs, and helped congratulations! of friends and the genial: ;I to the front. and KN arty fealty jiml ran-

Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latest way ru dycheokedand themselves to what they liked best, and welcome of the bride and groom, made the qualilie" will tell At thc petI'!! .

of gents' collars. stony-hearted peach. occasion most enjoyable.On .
styles ----, among it were a double-Lai reled shotgunand 110,'* Thl rWe

Jacksonville consignments The new railroad will give us a some clothes that Mr. Hodges missed, the 2t1m occurred the silver wedding LACRANCE GEORGIA., 1 lAf'J' di1s4t GUILt offer One hundred ItollarH reward
Send of Mr. and Mrs.[ E. Hill.
your anniversary G.
boom. Don't IluUb for of catarrh that -annot IHJ
Florida Producer's I kill the boom-by too and several pieces of jewelry from 3Ir. nnycasM
the A large number assembled at their
to pleas-
I P'. ma1tf lr. tTJHI'Writiult. cured by Ukin Hal'" Catarrh Cure.
and Consumers' Exchange. tf high prices for real estate. Miner's. One of the parties were captured -,. ant home, bringing with them well tilledbaskets LIt ten'ritD:","!:/'',. >1".it.IIIMC !-..., ,*,rt Kci-r.nnl I.II-.IHP.I!.!..en.C"..I. 's OICE CLLTU.RZ A. flPE- to. J.en.:::UY A Co.. Props..
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---- by Mr Hodges and Harney Richard in and g.od wishes. Among others V CIALT. nooI..zr.rp...;. LrI I'-trni.'II": |I.ij Sri h..1.I for fulturt!rl\taluuft,r*?. EeonOmk'al Toledo; Ohio.
that are head The unusual occurrence of water were Mr. Sternbur wife and lyt' .r. int.Sf ptf'mlH-r : I.1S99. We l known K..T. .
Don't forget we the present flrowtli. itI-l I, .r.I'tb ;MBionJ"! undersigned, 'ave
Dr. house the road -T .
for James Means' shoes. running out of a well, was witnessedat Bryan on Lawtey ; daughter and Mrs.[ Truby, of Staike. Several .. .- lioAr.l F..rol'I.l!.u 1'14
quarters Sternburg & Co. one of our town wells recently. the other two were caught later by Dep. elegant presents were made by relatives S .;_ 'W 2"duel'; I'upil C 177 I tr-rJ: '. osnllH, Pres., iI i lieve him to L. perfectly honorable la

Truby, Sheriff Johns and posse. Wright states and fiiench at a distance and the I nil business transactions and financially .

and lace curtains at Don't fail to attend the "Butterflies' that Chevis gave a gun to him and Smith occasior was much enjoyed. The golden -_ -- -- ----- able to carry out any.hlialion"III.\h
Curtain poles wedding of the hostess' parents occurred ii.:: STEWAllT. I). j FOR SALEThe by their firm.WKVTA .
.1. G. Alvarez. Carnival" to night. It will be and told one of thvaj tp keep watch while at the same home some time aim.BIACKQRAUCHT :: TRVAX, Wholesale Dr'gpists i ,

something unique and worth seeing.Mr. he (Chevis) and the other one enteredlodges' Office ,(';01 described located Toledo. 4).
damask in thecitv following property
.'j The nicest table \VALPIXO. KIXNAN A- I.\R\"I N.
at N. J. Jones' cheap mammoth John HuH takes an occasional [ store, anj if anybody came that .aw- tea cures 'Constipation.' : within the corpoiate limiKofthe-i Wholesale Prnjj. i"Ie. Toletlo. O.Hall's .

trip with the for way to shoot him down. lie also said -------- ---. Stark Jnt etore. postal cm s
Ift dry goods_ } prac- that Chevis tilled a croker sack witn the Died. acting directly upon) tho blixxl and inuCOUH -

*IfS, The best Rio coffee 5 Ibs. for 1 tice, while awaiting_. appointment. best in the At his home in Bradford coun'y' July -r--- ---- _ _ _ Two Acres of Land I surfaces of the s\steiu. Testmo.niaU .
clothing of
store consisting
--- well fenced, which is a good well sent free. Prlre 7-> r bottle
20lh, Frank Muirhec, 68 old. Mr.[ upon p
Ilcibcrgcr & Richard's.Just Mr. 'E L Odom efficient about &uits.11 the robbers years T TE POWELL M. 0. Sold l nil i V
I r at our registration I seven are Murrhco was born in Camden county. : painted and plastered two- tory dwelling; h.r druggist.ANNOUNCEMENTS.-* V

officer, has entered now lodged in the county jail.MeELREE'S Ga. and moved to this when about
received a full line of James upon county an excellent well of water bricked from
his duties agajn. See his notices in I 20 years old, being one of the eailyscttleishere. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Ofllce .
Means' shoes at J. G. Alvarez. I WCVE OF CftRDUl for Weak Nerves. the clay; good stable and outbuildings. .
another column. lIe was a model christian, a For SlieritT.
and caskets : gooil husband: and father. lie !eavcs a --- The following is a list of the Tices growing I
fctock of coffins
Anew Resolutions of Respects.At at Caskln,' Drux Store, : I hereby announre myself a candidate
at N. J. Jones. Mr. Sutton, one of Hampton's the regular session of the Rising wife and seven children to mourn him. FLORIDA upon the place: : for the oJHce of Sheriff of Bradford county .

solid citizens, called at our sanctum school on July 2th, the resolutions He was buiicd in the Mt. Sinai cemetery, STARKE 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties 2d year I
Have you tried Sweet Home flour? following under m.isonic rite Hev. A. Crosby mylotf : and ask the suffrage of the voters at
lie line in were adopted.Whereas. -- -- hearing Chestnuts 3, 2 varieties Apples -
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increasing day. reports crops preaching the funeral sermon. r the election.
The sales are every coming Respectfully.
We the members of the Rising _. COMER L PEEKATTORNEYATLAW I
his 6 trees Standard 3 Pear roots
neighborhood.The -------- (3 ) on, ;
The best trade uses it. For sale by _. school realize in the du.ilh of Mrs. G B. Card of Thanks, and NOTAUK II. .\BSTIN.
-- --- -- varieties Pear
40 77
Trees.
Heiberger & Richard. fronts of the office and Campbull loss of one of our most respected -and- Orange ; ,
post We tender our hcaitfclt! thinks to ourneihmbois hereby announce myself A cundidato
members, the community kind and fi"lends who ) Fire Insurance. 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon for re-election: Sheriff of Bradford
as
endless the Starke Drug Store are receivinga so willingly coun-
goring goods in an quantity and affectionate neighbor, the church a assisted us in our time of I double, also to Represents LIVERPOOL LONDON & GLOBE, 77, varieties; Peach 80. large ty.r| and solicit the support of the voters at
N. J. Jones' mammoth store.J. new coat of paint, which adds devoted Christian member, and the familya PROVIHEXCK W.SIIlGTOGIUE WICII.
at the doctor for his patience, and the ma-: selected varieties; Quince 2. Chine c. the i fall election He'spt'ctfullv.
greatly to their loving wife and companion, and SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance
G. Alvarez has just received acar -- -appearance.The .- --- Whereas, It n'lUour hearts with grid sous for (their honors. Companies. Choice lots of Land iu town and All the above trees ate in bearing most P. S. CISKWS.I .
\I.HI.Jt'umn.r.11n11 CIIII.HKKN.WantetJ. .
for sale.
load of "Diploma" flour. Ladies' Aid Society of the and sadness when've realize Hint her county STARK}' > FLORIDA. of them in their second year. hereby announre m>>elf a candidatefor

M. E. lurch will serve icc'cream voice will mingle no more with our in jneintj'. the ullice of Shcuff of Bradford county --
This t be to be
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t Our stock of groceries K the most 'at I hall praising God; but in the language of the > t ami respectfully solicit the support of
complete in town and prices way Hemingway 29J on Friday eve blessed sciiplures. wo teeC hit is not all I A few srooil! LaJies: and Gentlemen to Frazse & Hall For further information apply to i the voters at the coming election.Respectfully. .

ning, July 2Mr. of life to live, mr ail of death to die"; canvas for:the GABKELL LITERARY '" .
hard ._ I A. L. SCOTT
down to pan. ---- --- -- NIL. ,
tllel ef ore be it CLUB at a guarantee of 7.1 00 per month. Att'ysand Counsellors at Law F. )i. .JJtu.
Truby, Sternburg &:; Co. J P HfbU'i-'s father will leave ,
Resolved, That to the bereaved husband At'&l res Starke, Fiji.;
The! friends of Mr. .I. Houston Johns
for Pablo beach next Monday whr-rc and mother BLOCK. --- -_- - -
atMorgan's we tencer our heartfelt sympathy I{. E.. KR1GEIT, ROOM NO. 1, JONES'
wheelbarrows
and l hira candidate for Sheriff
announce as a
Wagons he will: spend a few lays. From in their great afliiclion, und would noGly 2o4 Franklin St., Chicago. Ill.YcEIree's FLORIDA. Bradford
Uazar. STARKE. BRADFORD CO., a>f county. ai.d solicit for lion
then- he to his home in South say: sorrow not as those who have no I U.D. MINERWatchmaker
goes And Downey Build'g. cor. Third and the atronagu of the voteis at the coming
hope, for the psalmist "Blesseil Wine of Cardu?
are
says.
To reduce stock before our annual Florida. they that: die in the J/jrd. they shall rest CcnterStrs.. Fernandina, Fla. cIecl iOI.! Hespc.'Ctfully.
I ---- --- -- and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are jyiji MANY FIUEXUS.For .
stock taking we will sell our summer from their labors, and their works do follow -. --- _._
goods at reduced prices. \'. Sydbolen presented us with them" ,J. \1. RI ING. for sale'by the following merchants is tt.: E. LAGEKGUEN -- -

cluster 23: in number the / and Clerk ot Circuit Court.
Truby, Sternburg & Co. a pears, Sec. Bradford county:
---- -- LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy I hereby announce mvFclf a cM1ltilhll
other day. As they were not (j1litcmature j&S?'WINE OF CARDUIrIonic fur Women.River. STAHKE DRUG Co, Starke.J. .
fur election the ofllc of the
to Clerk ot
Ask I C W I Circuit
.1X0. A. KING Lake Butler. couil of Bradford county, and
etc., of the Florida Producers' andConsumers' Galling New .1. P. )McCULLEY U. Field NotesL'vell1l1 solicit the .f fellow
gun.Stewart Alf Lines run from S. Surveys respectfully support ( my
tf Pine Hill democracy: met July 20th and II. C'. PARKER, I.'tl'I I
Exchange. ------ -- -- s and Draiiiace Sytiteiuo, etc.t'Call Jeweler. citizens at the ensuing election.Very .
&; Morgan invite all to I organized a democratic club'ilh 21 memburs. fl 5) p at this Oftlce. respectfully.W. .

Job printing of all kinds at the call on them when they move to the II1cctiu. Some.third party men also uttciitlcd CLOSINU OUT SALE STARKE -- .- FLORIDA. T. WEEJP.
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TELEGRAPH I their new quaucr.i next the post of- Stare Fla
Mr. W. M. Cone Bradford :'or Tax Collector.I .
a boy, the ofWilliams
lice. stock of al-
have everything you need and 1 Complete drugs brother of the Tampa livery man: and city Mr1 Farmer : -- -.-. hereby announce myself a candidatefor

will make prices to suit the need of \\\ys on ;hand._._ marshal: of Plant City, came to stay with & Sons, I says re election to the billcv of; Tax Collector -
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his mother during her sickness. of Bradford and
your rocket book. A cattle brpnd repiesentiug a Mrs.[ Abbott i is 1grc8sin.fincly, and HAMPTON.( FJ.\.I "If I hall liad some means of Largest Assortment of solicit the support county of my respectfully fellow

-. Truby, Sternburg & Co. gambrel stick aid a piece of rope, If the takes no rclajise: wil: soon be up ?1.1.000 Strck, Meichandife.. 13.000. Irrigotins; last fall, I should ha.emade cili7 jns. Ilespectfuliy.

is apparently intended to remind again. at least $1,500; as it is I )I.M. V!.\.;.
$ J. Jones has 800 Crosby cemetery To setUo the affairs ot o ir senior member, I Watches Clocks and
sale. stock of the shorties and iccrtain- 1i(1i.mn.. I Il Jllo'.nominee-elect for late deceased, including pints limber and shall not make *3CO." For Tax Assessor.
lots for .
of bovine existence. school superintendent of Alachua county, lands in BTailfon' f'ohimbh
ty phosphate ,
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i That might have done last I hereby announce myself csndidiift- -
excuse a
visited the writer Saturday. He is 'Jewelry
-- -- a typical and ALichiu counties, five cottagesv1i
We have the most stylish straw Our city is doing some much needed Bradford boy and has worked him- located, a desirable business blockitli I fall, but it will not do now, for if for. election' to the office of Tax Assessorof .

h1 i in .town at prices wholly be-low draining j just now, which renders self up to his present position by worth warehouse on side track two nice rend i .I, Brad ford.county at the ensuing election
in need of f"
and are water iniga- antI respectfully solicit.the support
you
I''I : the ditches in the middle merit.____ FIDEI,'. dices with cow &hells1111 garden?, oOJ.OCO
ma on.Truby unnecessary Special attention given to tIle repairing of my fellow citizens. Respectfully
& Co. feet lumber horses mules bug tion other call on or
< Sternburg of the dirt sidewalks, and they McElree's WINaOF IIlf iLr female diseases.Highland. wagons or any purpose, J. R WAINK1QHT.. \
a. gies. harness cattle and hogs. .Partic- address G.r f. YOUNG who of Clocks and Watches
.. "Quite English, you know"-Lon- should be filled up. having accounts with the I Ute firm will represents Good work lone at reasonable I hereby announce myself a candidate

don., Swells cigars at J. G. Alvarez. If \\'an'tt of j' Rev. L II. Wilson: -hl services in the plcuse make settlements in some way accent I theCHICAGO rates. for Tax Assessor for Br.1dfonl.county.
you taste unalloyed the week. His ible to adjusters at nn early date. and solicit the suffrage of the voters at

We make returns on day of sale. bliss those hot days, go and take a chapel able impressjve past and great'y sermonsfre enjoyed I, Jies-peclfiiilv AEUMOTOIl CO. the coming election. Respectfully.

Fl. P. & C. Exchange: Jacksonville. dip in crystal Kingsley. A team lie adoiinistcred baptism: to the iurantlchild F. M. WILLIAMS, Adjuster. lie can furnish you with a well and DRUG* TOREV L. I). WALl. S

from .JV Alvarez & Co. will lake of Mr. and Mis. B.irr. I ;_ _,.. ___n,_ all other appl'ianee that will gin For Treasurer. -

there in little while. Miss Cora Boone returned after Ducklen's Arnica Salve.
-- a to day; -
tfQNE --- you all the water ; v.unt and also =-= -r.. ; -- -- _' :: : I herebyunnounee" myself a candidate
you
BOXES of absence of several! eks. TIll best i in hun world i you .
MILLION oranges -- ------ -- nu w sdve; for cuts, \
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.:1iS r W: i ('! ; for re-election to the office of Treasurer
wanted by Burton K. Barr, \\ e are now printinir a second edition Mrs. Van Buren, of Waldo, paid our bruises, sores ulc-ers, salt nieiim. fevers furnish power for any kind of light ; .,7; 1 1T7'"X"- -'. ':0.t" of Bradford county;and respectfully solicit .

Jacksonville. of Florid: descriptive pamphlets vill..ge a visit of a few days. (1'01'11 ae-,, tetter ttud all,)I chapped skin eruptions Imnda ,chilblains and positively -, machinery as gri iiil-sLones, wood- lr.L 'f1'1JV't.i : .(' :! : :1 ) JJ I the support of my fellow cilizenft at

for Truby ,fc Davis. If Starke L. B. i' '.lr ["J( .JJ; ;: : the coming election. Veiy respectfully,
cures piles. or 110 required. It -
pay cotton gins etc., at a l'ri'l'that 1f3' IP-
The TELEGRAPH will be sent tomy does not boom soon it will not be i is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction saws, l,. 'l l'V_ -\.f'r' J. W. K ELL CM.

address for 1 a je.ir.Go the fault of these gentlemen. Xw line of low shoes just receivdc or money lefundod. Price i> cents per I any one can aitont to pay who .,.:. .. ;" ( .' ;' For School l4uT>criiitendent. '
; at Trtiliy, Sternburg & Co. ; box. l-'or-s.ile byV.. II. Rivers.Notice. 'j''"J'ol." I, '
of land.
-- -- afford farm
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I can to one acre ; } I hereby announce myself it candidate
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to J. GfAlvarex. for the best Owing to pressure of woik we One lot -of-8 cant---calico- reducedto 'I i G. W. YOUNG, '.JfJ1""-:" :*)"r\*
5c cigar. _ _ were compelled to l.> exclude the 5 cents at All the ,democuilic rs of Pn ie I Hill 1 horse Shocr! Bluck and Tin Smith. etc.. Public Instruction fur Bradford coun
Men's htraw hats, various styles weather reports from our communications precinct who endoise the Tump.i platform I. J. L. (GAgKINS ty. and respectfully solicit the' support of
& Co. STAm[ E. FLA. ,
TruLy Su-niburg jlllS fellow citizens lime
at ensuing election.
ind nominee well t hose of tho my
and shapes, nice and cheap at this issue, and boil them !:!, as as national DKAMK IN Respectfully.T. .

T J. (;. Alvarez.If down to a proper Gcnsi tency. Fruit jars, jelly tumblers fruit democratic party, are caim-Mly invited i J DEKLE
__ __ to :attend :> meeting of the Pine Hill Drugs & Medicines ..,
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you want a pretty Four-in-hand jar rubbeis anl1 tops at. democratic: club :tt Litesvillc school house Unparalleled Bargains I -
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tie or scarf cheap go to A negro driving a road cart, unacquainted Truby, Sternburg & Co. on Satuid.iy. Au:;. (0, at 10 L. m to elect Stance, FIa, I Registration Notice,
with the laws of centrifugal Notice IA hereby given tht the naKf.iLraljo4
Alvarez. ach.ininan I I for the next twojeurs. select 111 Pliysicisms' Prescriptions

J. G. force, in making a sharp turn The only :62 a day hotel in Jacksonville IU: delc' alc3 to represent Pine Hill dis- Unrefn; Compounded a Jnntr*-daii >a books(V)days for in each Bradford week*,county and ending will on be tae open second three

"A-D lESt ask for the other day, described some most is The Travelers tl itt in the democratic county convention New Laces, Tt If/ltt {Saturday in August, 18SK.from e a. m.to J2 m..

yIO1I'S gyrations in the air. _._ in St.irKc: Aug. II 1, and for other pui poses. New Veiling and 2 p m. to 5 p. m,..n&melv. )Mondays Tuesdays -
remarkable ---- --- -- -- -- and Wednesdays.TbetlLstrict
lNE : E. P. U'Aitn.Vt. New Hamburg E: nA',
If feel and l registration books willbf open at
want to
FITTING I von good sleep ( l I'li.c; I Hill lc Sew Swiss Einbroiiltry.Xtv. AROTIC
break th ti i; back mim. Club some convenient place In each .reg lltratJoo district
A GOT WEAK "You'll \ boy's well at night, go to Powell[ and get -- .- Mitts and Gloves.Ladles' two day in each week for two >FceU8.commencing .

at Truby, Sternliuijr & Co said a Starke man to some gamins. some of his meat. Call for n Democratic 3Iass ; Under "e>:'.. CANDY STORE August. 1. l ', from 9 a. w.t<>12 m.
tin't from 1 r to. to 5 p. m
-- ---. ------ -- -- 'c\Ve are only playing 'politics, sir; -------- ?lcctu New Belts, I };. I.Oortx.I5r .
All summer goods at reduced The demociats of the Glh district will :i.pcrvis-r or R.-i'trativ f.t .
we are lepublicans an' he's the third i :!. Nisses' Cori'tI" V C. H. EXHEY, ,, ,!if''rd !*".. t't!',"i;,'*.
an' we; make him tote us to prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co nice! in Mailiu: I Inn':claj": August the 411), Hair Curlers. I I -- -- -
party,
lecoinmenrieil: by tl.e executive com- COP.NKK: KAILROAU AKI MAIN TP.EfT.1; i
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thfin oriices answered I Glass ware'Fiji ware, Woo.en! ware j Nolit-e.
i' _yonder, hey: Peaches berries miitie. to si-hcl 23? delegates to attend the i STMRKE. FLA. S
Umbrellas 1 1Vo
I graces, vegetables count) convention I at Starke on Ihc llth Crockery ware. Suspenders 1 i; Notice is hereby given that i have this

Ihucating cattle by pictorial illustrations etc., and oranges in oeason. day of August. 1892 to nominate one scn.1 Hosiery, Shirts and Under Shirts, HandkercMefs -j 'day I made the appointments of di!trict
Collars and Cuffs, Perfumery.
tf P. & C. Ex. Jacksonville. clahlos Candies Fruits mad registration officers in nail for Bradford
t is a new fad. One brandis ator and t\\o assembly men as ( Knives and Forks and H.O other articles I ,

a bleeding heart pierced by afl'm'c If you want first-class beef, pork i to the tate le islature. J. M. JOHNS, I hich cannot be enumerated here, which Summer Drinks. county 1)1st. :>as C). I.follows LaWlb: ). .1. (*. \1:Cullc)'.

rail. "A brcechy steer seeing will offered at prices never before heardof j : COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAMPAIGNi .. 2, Lake Butler \./. Eppcrtoi
or sausage go to L 15 Powell, and Ch'n Dem. Ex.: Com., Clh Dist. : : .MlST.Agent I.
this pictni.e11 around ia the history of SUirke. 3. Palestine. C. W. Douglass.
suggestive
will it. July 22, 1892. ..
him is apt to think twice before lietackles you get Come aud secure some of them hefore | for Jlsillory StcamUnp: (-. 4. IVoviilrnce. A. C Oilom
County Democratic Contention. : they are all gone. octO-6m 5. Pine huh M. F. M.xire.C .
fidered fence. James Means celebrated
: a stakedand I A full line of Ii -
StarU- Tl U' Sweat.
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democratic convention is called
A
--- ---- -- -- i shoes for men and boys at county .. T, M. Williams,
Hew York Auction Store. ANTED 7. Hampton
the house in Starke
to meet at couit on I
whata I
The amiatOitiiCahImOgiiIMiritlg & (' I I District books will the Firt
Truby, Sternburg 0. Thursday, Augiut Hth 18U3. for the purpose BOYS TO CISTRIBUTE CIRCULARS. open elm
seat of learning our town i?, came Monday in August and will close on the
of nominating one senator from the Boys, do you want to make$5 or $10 a day to
here tt) hire hir.iself: for anatomical J W Hodges has a large; stock of I II I 15th senatorial district, two members of AGENTS WANTEDFor handle out circulars papers etc. Work pleas second Saturday in August. 1892. .
I : L.Supervisor .
K.
demonstration. His leanness and the clothing that: ho i is bound to sell. I the legislature, and electing a new exec- ant and light. No experience required. Othersare Ouoz.
vliyc committee. The election districts Shepard's Gold and Silver Polish, which coining mon<* i'ou can Ou the same. Ik t>t ti'ttTiItiO31
all y
he is bald-headed OHI'from Call and it.
fact that
\\K ARE CLOSING Of I'. the makes him transparent I I sec I II 'I of the county are entitled to the following makes the article shine without scratch. Will the first to s"nd self-addrcsswl! stamped cm elope I Slarke, Fla.. July. 26. 1892.

Y u arc lather in danger of being left mange, OU RIP TOI5ACCO.ll nuinbci of delegates: not deface the thinnestjplate. Watches,jewelry, for particulars P. O. Box .. -
.
enough to reveal the working i I I I Dist.id No. 1. Lawtey, 10, coins and plated rare of all kinds done in a min 2 ProvidenceR. I. NQW Try This.
if you .on't hr.try tip U'c h.tvi-n'l anytime 'll chew this brand who I 4. It will cost nothing and will surely -
of his internal arrangement. never! 2. Lak Butler. 27 ute. without using water. Big profits for agent' --- --- --- yon
to lose. neither have ) mi. WiU\J;\ -I tried before, !; 1' 3, Palestine. 9. Send 25o forsAir pie box and terms to agents. 3IA11RUGK I PAPER. I d<> you gooll.; it yon hnvt.3 aiMUrli cold

30 days "e iiU-l clon- out our stock of. The Starke Ding COlllP Ily'S store I II And having bought it oiuc, comes I 4 Providence. 11, I Addrfs-5 The "Lovers Companion" personals c or 'any*. Dr.trouble King's with Now throat ni-oy.cryiqrennsnmplion chest ojInng1
time for leUins II 5. Pine Hill; 13: 2 Shepharct M'g Co., Vro\iileocc, K.I. word for each in-M-rlion.
It i iu"t Subscription
per
a is c-uldsi
sumllwr go."ls. has changed: hands and now owned brick for marc. ,., Starke. 23. --- ------. coiigliHaii'I pnar-
stand in I 6. 20o per 3 cr. Advertisers if you want n ante l to give relief, or will bo
Other little things or big things E L Stewart and JV & Co. money
Dr. Sold Truby Slernburg .
by I by :; 7. Hampton 7.j
good l btirgain send 2oc for 1 inch 1 time or paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe
the way; it i i- a time for taking the bull by I Morgan. They have also bought the i -- ------- -- ,j It i.; recommended that primaries be LUMBER NOTICE.Tn $;2 for 12 times. t Sample ropy free. Addreis found it jnst the thing and under its use

th! horns The thing for UN to do i is to store building next the post office : Try our clg.irs, we have the best :! l.dd in cadl district on 'rllUrsll.1Au- ;- Conyjwuion." Box 62. ciot\. III., had a speedy and perie r v >very. Trya

make it worth 1 .v ('urhil I II' buy and buyatuncc. and will move tin-re next week, ana rss.sortmcnt in the city.Truby I ust lth, ISU,. people of Starke and vIcinity; and mentron this paper sample bottle at our expenso Hii J. L. HIM.. for how it ii'.
thing
yourselfjuist good a
X.urc in IMrectoiy :; linns "e. 2
iiy !Im'\Mrmcnt: to jou naansvuiuous : I will be glad to welcome their old Sternburg & Co. Ch'n Dem. Ex. Com. I ThU is to notify you tint I have :10.1the Trial bottles fret at .Starko Urn: Co'u

rr; ., :.i 1I's our pn:csgrdown I i friends t lit rII.T will re- ------ -- -- I J. 1. Jousts, Cl'k Dem. Ex. Com. I XKW ami have planing in ihe mill fo:at time the summer.mitt! i 1PATEN"'TS -' -- drug store. Large size 50c and $1.. ftIptpare
bhall ytnl a
your pi-.iit go i. ip.. 1 Here i< an nnprecedeuicd -.j :min! with them and Hit all prescrip- Write to the P. & C. Exchange, July 1. 1892. I Ie\e thousand feet of rough lumber, aKo I: lee mad Typhoid F...

(.:Ifi'.i:'U-- (If ruinous, nitos: I tOI1S; day or J1i. ht.I Jacksonville, for maiket prices before -A- Leader.-- quile: a large qu.intity of choice novelty 1 business Caveats an vouductMl<1 Tratle-Marks for MODKKATB nbfained and HiliS.UP. nil I'j'vamt. I Some years ago Dr. Charles Smart, of

and big inducement: j ---- -- -- you ship elsewhere. tf I Hill j its 1i rst i introduction, Electric titling, flooring, ceiling :,\ surfaced lumber -I () OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. rAfr the United States ,traced the cans
afternoon ------- which will be left in charge of Mr. i Office and w e can aecure patents iu !fc:4.4 time army
at in
Ilamp-
Last : has rapidly popular
iOcR I: Sunday Hitters gained
from 15c to yil : ,
r..iut--4 '
Pineapple Tlssno" of St-trkc. for sale. and oi Irs t. t than tlwac remote from VVnshIDgtm Qf mountain fever to the melting BOO T
Wall
No trouble to until now it is clearly in the lead Kawrcnce Any
of gt your money favcr ,
We HcKing was
little
C to son :
t.oI1 a
Crepon Ti:3sut'1"I. 'l' l.ie I he in when deal with the P. & C. Ex among pure medicinal tonics and altera- oie in want of j lamlKr may find it to his Send !:" >.!_:.I:; ittiii: or phot", with d.-scription. of the Rocky mountain streams and inferred
:; Calicoes '; ,. l badly hurt. A wagon was yen tives-rontaininc nothuifr which permits Snlcrtibl to call on him. We aivmit p.itri>tablenr IIfll, f.e of that the germs of this typho-ma-

tn\yp **v to 4JOo .. t was turned too abruptly, causing the change. _ tf Hs uso as a boverago or iutoxicaut, it is char' Oiir fc not due till patent U semrctl. larial fever were brought'"down from
jctu1)c) James 1:. Ells, A Little Book, "How to Obtain PateiiU withnanlea
--'
CingbiL 1 and mclil'il10
., ; box to upset, and the child fell out t recognized as the best purest or n-t'i.ilcli-iJit'< ia J.uP sIdle county or the atmosphere by snow remained frt>-
to5 wheel! The wheel J. If you arc. *U c anything on yoursubscription for all :ailments of stomach liver and &;alH', 1-1:., Aprd 22. ISM Agi.3mii 1. loan sent fn:.'. Actl:..i. zeivduring white/ and then passed into
. Stiawhals und paia-u's nl your "W/i, : in front of I : a I to,the I 'J'J-I.EGR.\I'J we kidneys. It will cure sick headache, indiatesilon. C, A. s'ow& ('t)
passed ov<'r his hcatv splitting and} constipation and drive malaria Opp. Patenfiffici WAa,i!>r.T"'i, l J.. (i I the stitum-i in an active condition wbe .

f.; prices.. Tisynv, sTEuxnuiiG ," l !pcelinj; off the skin from center ofi will take oats, corn, fodder, po.ta.toes from the sj-stcni. Natiafiictioa ;uar- I Bradford Lodge, No 42, FA.. M. the Know melted.in.May, June and July.
f'r I back of head left chicken, eggs or anything else antoedith'each bolllo or time money Meet tmrbday night before the third R gents 'f/anted.-f.rt l'rr1.tilr i .nittt'. *u?? It is frcijuentIytb caso!tnat impure ice
)< ,, ---.: i fori'licad to ou ,want tu tarn oil, and allow full will he refunded. Pri-c only fill cruitsa. '' Sunday in each month., I t getio H.C1l"'er..1 ot our sal.:,'! lanrutHl is the agenlbf,iratisniitting typhoid and
.T81)LICS5.t (1i4etiD.: s'nlr. Surgical assistance WI\S soon, you Uttle. sold by Starke Drug C'l ).- i.)1. I'. JLVLPItUftSV.3I.. ('8 JTO) to*I'-O\rne\i fur Yrars p u t. !
RiiLII'
. I{ market: pricv. tf --,-- I J. E. \V'AI IIIGBT. Sec.Eiparts j 12: P. t'. LfJ.t n;t. t\f w %-.,,'L. I, other fcvcrSvEngineering?% .
]Hilans(i| TaliuU'.s cure liver tLcuhhe. I secured trd I the little fiiftVrer's life 1 -- '"*
Tal/nlcs' move the l'l', I Don't bo a ;;lam. JSubscvibi-' :jS :raluk5.CU1" ,hyprsi-i- 1j'i't.. T3'.t"t.h':;k"di : '1'1t.-- t
1THp:1I1.J Tmhubs! hll.h; naill. vil.! bo smvl.: .i i! ,I ii''s.!: .' t, },t. \Hipln.;.i :rcl'111) tN! (111N'. }iuea. 1 : ,1' ',' t.

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unanimo 9. Geographical Knowledge in 1492. Ladle

V %._ to notify FRICK "SHOT DO\VNe\ -- The effect Tie and perfect safety AJ bly true by ordinary or common and to that end have orltfnatedtlia., 5r
wit T
pleaat ARGU MENT. MOT TRUE when fairest and molt
IIIenloW plac
But very little was known in regard to the California liquid 1. .. mhos. but tbe distributing Ca. I
: Of Georgia Hold Tteir State which ladies may u aCol..orJ-- .e .0. ltt Reward of among new tub1Kriber
1'V he extentof 'the world in Aristotle's t to kind of enterprise apr in that the world erer'
Desperate Attempt to the Life ol Christ laxative. Syrup of Figs, under all conditions. h.e AdTertlringpatrons a tt this pro. Fire know The plan or Inrh.I.hi
in the fourth before
( lay, century VariOus will law .
TV1. .
V ia Atlanta ednesday.t ; Tak nd but very little more was known Inakes it t heir favorite remedy. To get the circulation of *!_ for te Ml"papen"*"*?I mean to ni u more IbrM1 tSOO.ooo ofadvertising end wit n of .tainltt../

Elling. Carnegie's Manager.THOUGH of true and genuine article,look for the name of iTbla means a addition of 6.0 t revenues We during tb TolTes nothing that to illegal or a I'
.l about it 1,800 years later, in the time lour Jthas next flTe yra can afford moral; It)1.H. a prtmlvm
and so did for leant half their i bral short. th. ,,
Columbus. In the world had California Fig Syrup Co.,printed near the r that to half million new pay ... > t very .T
2,000 years the : month to a ..1. t. We are willing t do 1. of what is commendable ,
: $t w. PEEX KOMINATED 0AHD QOVEnl This BADLY WOUNDED FRICK WILL'RE in realty retrograded rather than ad- bottom of the package. k nm Ip"b\ This I pb bul even more than thi.if necemary. b06e.laDdatra.. :r' V.f .

by a _._ ,
ii A FULL COJirL'EMENT: OF STATE v yWWwW------------------------------------- -.
: OOVER-THE ASSAILANT JAIL-AK- --WVyyy-OW V
than
Columbia man's friends do him more Injury
A
OFFICERS SELECTED It; was the popular belief in the time
-THE FBOCEEDING8 general A. OThER HOMESTEAD his enemies.
CHAPTER o f Columbus that the world was flat,
:r IN BRIEF. nomination -- Ir Back or are all worn out,
scholars your Aches you
rising vote. hough many contemporary pood for is general
: -- in H. C. Frick, chairman of the Carnegie ought differently. The great civiliza- ;Brown's Iron Bitters wl cure you deblty.
put
t- The first propVs party company, limited was shot and stabbed ions of the world at that time were strong. cleanse your and givo a good appetite BRANSf
E. H.
c ever held' in thIS Empire Stata of Jones, of in his private officeat Pittsburg at 1:45 gioiip!l nr m d ihe Mediterranean sea, -tones the nervcs'Ye

rrLi; south was called to crdtr by Colonel Dr. W. 1L V o'clock! Saturday afternoon by Alex til Ithou b Eug and was a considerable make our to lars of yeterday our tomorrows $

C. Post chairram of the state name was Bergman aged twenty-one years a Rus- j power, and the Scandinavians were a of todays. V

r J committee, in the hall of tho houc nominated. sit Jew, who came f'om New York to great maritime people. But Europeanst The Only One Ever Printed.CAN For CORRECT ANSWERS to ANY ONE of the following Ten Word-Riddles the American '

t: reprefcntatiTcs. in All pta & were Pittsburg for the express purpose of mur- that time knew but little of Asia and YOU FIND THE WORD? Publishing Company will pay the following 4

t : morning. The hall was crowded to and com- dering Frick. but little of A rica," and America of There is a 3-inch display advertisement in d4V4

utmost capacity with farmer undreamed of. this paper.this week which has no two words V
c:ourse Wax
PARTICULARS OF TUE ASSAULT. of
I'-f- of Georgia find tbe Even after Columbus had discovered alike except one voru. The same Is true CASH REWARDS V
galleries The the shooting each new one appearing each week from me
thronged with visit! : rs, men, women .fircum.tlncel attending t be latter continent be was perfectly ob Dr. Harter Medicine Co. This house places aCrescent" :

children. Every teat was taken, Dr. A. are related a follows: Ten minutes U ivious of the fact.: He thought Hayti on everything they make the name ana For a correct answer to any ONE word.I 20.00 I For a correct answer t any SIX wo.l uA.OO' V
before afternoon sublish- Look for it. send them answer $ .
2 o'clock S.turday a I For answer any TWO 450.OO Foraeorrect any ? i
many who cou'd not secure sea's an elector's dark I was Cipungo or Japan; and for a long of the word and they will return you BOOK For a a correct crt&swlrt t any THREE words words. $: .00'I For a correct answer any EIGHT word. $200.ForacorrectanswertoanyHlHEwerd.1. .8. 2V

4 content to stand. Mr. M. complexione young manih a t me r. Cuba us part of the main- BEAUTIFUL LITHOGRAPHS or 8AYPJE FEE loTs correct answer t any FOUR words .1OO.OOie I *:2..0. $
V gardttl I C acorrect answer to&ll of toe TEN .
alliance Jewish cast of countenance, For a correct answer t )FIVE words. For words* V VI
: CALLED TO ORDER.It or- b that posi- t the saliva, remove depression, give appetite, I 1 l SPECIAL CRAND REWARDS we will Pay in Cash '
was ft little after 10 a'clock : and the elevator in the ChronicleTelegraphbuilding Gratitude. and make the sick welL As : V

; a Chairman C. C. Pest, of the : Wimber- which is also occupied by the *For the FIRST correct answer t A the entire Ten words SS.OOOi

V ; committee called tic im cling to by ac- Carnegie Steel C.mpany, limited, and at \ For the SECOND correct answer of the entire Ten words,$3,00

"We have m Coney islatd one day last week and

h V tbe"under first peculiar ttafc conventi-.n circum.tanf'CS.of tbe. people'This .as fol-The The visitor young tuning man tbe hid past been few a days frequent, and getting Men diowned be\ond had his it deblb,been would for, have the I Here are the Ten Word-Riddles-Can You Solve Any of ththV

rot I II
.c patty ever held in Georgia. [Applause ] David Fortney the elevator boy, -V
heroism of H'sUtter McGinnia who -
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2 We hav met to nominate cjndulites Chatham. thought nothing of the request, but stop- A SAMB MADE FAMILIAR BY GREAT '
although dressed ia Ms best Sunday ING TO KVKRY MA?.-.WOUAN AXI CHILD ADVT'
1 B-rn-- I
: a ate c ffices to be opposed by ih.t ped at the second floor a d pointed out I VISITED A '
clo'lu-s into the water and J\Et CIRCtS.
I II
with wliicb' in the past you have affihv of Sumter. the way to tbe chairman's private room. plunged _ _ _., .
resfutd the Hebrew who
ated. You will also e'f' ct electors to ca I two minutes later the occupants of the imperiled I A OlARMrSO OU POSSESSED
froup. BE VECE D WHE
V with in his said his DO HOT AL
tears to drip- '
their vote fo Jhe'nominees of and Fiith eyes, and whICh ) I ea -ty I WOMEN. THAT A AD1ATIOS A\i i
,: ,tbe building paver by on ave with tc9. aalc PaInt s OFTEN wtss Tim WVn":F MEN.

;0 convention,"\rtio, ia my hooist opinion nue were startled by three pistol shots, p ing" rescurer: 1 tie han Rising 1 dot have
will ba the next officer elected tired in succession. the see you spoiled your new .Dlrah! ,and the consumer pars lor '
by Bartow. rapid Intuitively suit of clothew. Allow me to give or glass packago with every purchase. I WAS SOT COXRIPERKD fEmAJLP AT THE"MINNKAPULIS
J ptoplfcof the Ui-itcd States. You are of Clatkc. vic'im was divined and "Flick is shot!1" m pishness card. I i.ave choost received youy 3 I BI ---e I TuX BY A MAJOIUiy NATION Of.TUEDELEOATE3le l'SL''/

to idlcct a new state executive were the words soon passing from numb **
five t' usand summer suits at $7 a suit
L 10 curry on th* wlrk begun by your provisional Taliaferro. to mouth on the fctreet. Ic was true. MOTHERS'
I[ vant to make by dis little FORm
sormdings SERVED TO DEFEAT JAMES ELAINE
;: committee. This The man believed to be crank had I '
Johnson. a as myselu' and he darted into a PIEI t'IN 188.
will force all thinking men to ? committee saulted the great steel master, but the operation ,
the bath ous-1exa8 S
( the fact that grave \\rougs have in later, notwithstanding, two bullet tinge. IRIEND"MAKESCHILD THAT WHICH YOU OAX SECTTRF TOTllPAMotryV

done unto the people and great htjcome up wounds md four ugly gashes from I Too Much Tinkering. O / 01 C I(OF J3.000 IF YOU W1'TUE FUT l'lZ uzaum

exist in our economic system. True dagger, still lives and will recover. BIRTH EASY V OF.ttJD. ;
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are always to bar with _
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prone APPEARANCE OF MAS. Mr Winks "I the of
t TIE see question : : THAT WHICH WOMEX JTXOW HOW TO '
evil rather than .- G "WEAH TO
to PSSW I
attempt lemccSy The office of Mr. Leishman, business omitting the wt.rd 'obey' from the marriage Colvln,La..Dec.2,1886.-My We used I 1 I DEITER v.tTAGETfleIosTMkY.. I

through the medium of a new partner of Frick, adjoins that of the service is up again." MOTHER'S FRIEND before third I V __ _ _ _ _

People are always slow to break committee chairman. Mr. Leishman came in and Mr. Jlinks-"Yts, it's perfectly abomInable c confinement and says she would not be f W V I OWHICJOIr'Snv.\s.mRB'
; moorings that b'nd them to old parties : without it for hundreds of 7 ht I JArKSON, S.1' OTE Il ltGIUT
the two were holding u private conference i the way they are tinkering at dolrs fcXCEL LX. :

but when wrongs grow BO grievous Tilman, of no one else being in the room. A the mairiage service. TheyM be leaving MILS. ; __ ___ _ _ _ _ _ VI
they Cannot longer be borne the tie ; Savannah.
few mirutes before 2 o'clock' Harry i out 'love and honor' next, Sent by express on receipt of price.$1.50 per hot I ) QfPJF THE MOST; RF.PO'HILE'FORE-I I
4 be severed. I do tioubt but of -
not COSNIcno
PSITO
Ty-Ty; free.CRADFIEL.D 8 I a r1 n I
f Beckley, the office boy, noticed a man jnd bring the beautiful sacra- t:le. Book To V .- MKNT THE fEOJ'LE AUALNSIlFOKEIQS .
the world will this convention OR HOSTILE NATIONS.
compare hastily the swjn ins in cment down to commonplace livil REGULTOR CO., V
push open ; gate I S
of farmers and Dr. A.
f' composed ; the that between the contract. Well I must bo going. I 'on SALE .T ALL ORuaaisTft. ATLTA.GA.: i THAT WHICH I'L.SJ OK SATFE THE ETE/
runs ,
chanicp with the convention railing ict ANt> WHICH : AT-I I
public portion) and the want to this bundle to the tailor's 9 I e I TRACTS THE'AUETION AND EXCITE Euctn.D TU ADMIRATION '
V tke
f. .
politicians: that met here a ; L. encomrewbere OF LOVERS OF TIlE .
: the desks of the stenographers I Ie tore his place is shut un.! It is some % cULCERS, V
time The woild 11 I-
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compare and l of husband's duds which he told PKOBAKLT CONSIDERED OF GRATER CONSEJQTJENCK V
clerks cated. There me CANCERS
i are < WHS no my : AND MORE SOUGHT ;
great convention of wealth producers ; J. L. AFJlt IY Tn IDLE. I
one near the private < fficc door, and ti e to mend, but I think' I -eemy elf. Good- i io1Qii-e-"Tic-----I EXCLUSIVE AND TITLED SvBI.TYT ''
V Omaha with the convention of SCROFULA I)Y THE AVERAGE BUSY. .t
burred: toask the intruder what dear." New YOlk HlSIL'G AECAS. .
holders in and with the :Monroe boy up byi1, Weekly. __ -- -
Minneapolis SALT RHEUM Each dash appearing in the partially spelled words Indicates the absence of a I
he wanted but he '
i\\ vention of office seekers in Chicago. 'J 1 ; Fayette: was too late, as tbe Explanatio I ii. letter,and When the propi-r lettrrs a supplied the original word selected t Pan
had already entered the private Benefits from llunuing. RHEUMATISM .escie Riddle'Ui b found complete. EXA.n J'LE I 11-r-something every far should 1 V
: world will compare to the clean.cut platform stranger this com the omite Itkr.w.o and.and when properly inserted the won i pel.
As he entered the
l apartment. office Mr.
adop-cd in Om'ha with the McIIenry;; BLOOD POISON.
: nigh meann1es platform adopted county. Frick looked up, as did also Mr.1 Leish- Running is ihegreat autfierof figurend :EiE1ArA.RDs; : paid in cash the VERY DAY any

mbn see who it was. Mr. Frick was / move ment, i givt.musculnrdevtop- answer is found to be correct. '
,
Wild J. B. to
and disease .
::1 Minneapolis at Chic go. [ ; these and every kindred arising
examining a bundle of ment, strong action' lung i ft Each answer will be numbered as received to be examined in tbe order of Its number,J VV
'IL plause.] We have nu-t here to papers. The muscle where it from impure blood successfully treated by land wh'u found correct a N ew York Certified hank Check {or the full amount of whatever!

; H new pnrly. Five months ago there W Gumming; MR FRICK snOT. to ply., the shuulders comes go back, the ought loins that never-fan and best of all tonics and C ._reward_ such_ _correct_ answer_ secures_ will_ 0_sent_the VERY D.Y the award i made.REM V

. i; no break in democratic rdnks. The The man sprang within about five feet old the trunk nell balanced, uiu" the meicie EMBER IyouonlY.lveonc | nil. Just a you nal btWP. yourself easel and (

timent of the people's parly was : Hancock of Mr. Frick, and, drawing his revolver, feet take their carrrct positions. It was 820 in.Cash;you are not confined to any rcelve par we tho who pay ne full amount every ot the re V
but organization wai lacking. In ; \ the tlcular word-any one of the entire ten will ward for correct answers to the person,
; pulled trigger. The first cartridge running which made the Greek figure. SWIFTS SPECIFIC SSS bring you a SrtJO cash reward-while i you are who lends the names V V
: month?, since the St. Louis convection Lowndes:;; did not explode; the second shot entered The more active tubes of American Indians \bright enough to sol ve more than one you, '\ar
will in proportion O
VVi V every couuty in the state hils b-en organized the back of Mr. Frick's nick and, glancing have been runners from time immemorial $2.o b. Increa rmembrthatyoudQnoth I'eo b will Don't receive srntl no ansirrrs attention witJiout and s! c.tfM.te VV
and district is red convention I first, or reward pbly wi .
every prep to downward to the outside you a even correct.
didatcs : Chairman I passed and from the che-t to the heels Books on Blood and Skin i correct answer even a Dingle ford _ _i_ _ _ V
up car against the below the Mr. Frick made cash
an much built than wtus a splendid rewad '
armpi. hey are more beautifully Diseases free. "Ass. aneansto guard V
from bailiff up to congressman.. with [ whic'a jumped to the circular the of white 1..OtCCtIOI.against even an appear*
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". of them. conven- average men. Running people Pnte testimonials sent onapplication. V The Only Condition collusion,a copy of the4
prospects electing [Long continued window'on Fifth and tried
V avenue to openit. have usually the firm lut elastic texture original ten words selected to make up the/ eiI
I applause.] The nssiilant passed nearly in front of Add I I The object of this extraordinary offer Is.of coarse. above Word-Kiddles Is dept with Mr. C. P.tosecureSubscribersatonceand .
V which is the beauty of flesh.-Lon on
1 In lures nTH.Superintendent City Police I
:, BRANCH FOR CHAIRMAN. tbe desk and, approaching close Tit Bits. ne Swift Specific Co., bers. We therefore require that 50 cents nm-a PeartmentnnderseaitobeopenedDeeemberyear's
**, subscription to some one of our papers 31.1'.ln the presence of witnesses afterh1aconV D
: Be concluded his nrnaiks byannouncing to :Mr. Frick, fired again. ATLANTA. CA.SOlthorn \shall be remitted with every answer. We publish.I co"e The complete lift will be printed In/
IT- The entered the muscleon His Hair Turned Green. four great papers: The American Fireside, fall lheJanua Isufs of ou four papers set,
that the be1 '
,, c minittee on tempornry organization The American Homestead The American that havenotreefverwasfdcO "e
had the the 1et side of the neck and passed Huu.ehoidJouroal. and TheAmeri- answers V
; presented tamu around a lodgment under the light ear, Black hair, brown hair, red hair and .lone can C&I age Home. Nameyolthokeof any method of protection i due to a concerl rald and i
V M. L Branab, of Columbia county, : of the four-they a same price.Sue. absolutely prevents 1st
f V chairman mid the jams s'j,2" where it wis later -reachid by a probe.At gray hair arc common possessions of humanity fa year. If you send answers to more tan one not wholly onest lair to every snb-l
temporary word you most send a separate name .for scriber.
1 states that this instant Mr. L'-ishman: threw him but the exceptional honor of word answer. ad L
: Oscer Parker ot FuU"n, and W. A. Eckiird every you Thl. I you send DESIGNATE THE WORDS BT
northern the wtuld-be assa-sin and the head of hair \answers to two words send a extr name THEIR and YOU A 8 V
on possession a b
V of Clinch, for temporary secretaries.5Ir sel wrested green I sides your own and$1 and s on one name UBE8 once. b ad yomr

:._VVV_ .Ji 6t tben introduced to the con a terrific the possession of the revolver. Mr. falls to Daniel McCorry, bronze colorerat f 50c. for answer.a year's subscription for each wordIOU an letters and .
-amount Leifehmnn clutched the barrel and turned Carey Brothers' wall receive Tettlamouutorchrewls .ddre make a rmttce V VV
factory
tion Captain M. I. Branch, who wi r, with applause. it is re- the muzzle upward as the cartridge exploded l-hiladelphia. He was once blessed with I vide pr rata among the lt you can keep it lishing Co..aa follows: ,

:, "Four years ago," said be in tRkin The village I the ball entering the plasteringnear blonde hair, but in following his trade : p [Hon. J. F. KELLY, Treas. 214 Washington Jersey City NJV

31 ; the gavel, "you would not have river Po,,p the glass partition.: With agility he was constantly amid acids and Street, .. w. V

of Ravigo the drew and l>ronze$ Mid finally he observed his hair I
V of such a cnnven"ion as fliia. Two I ,I desperate man a dagger attempted FeMe !

ago it wes probability. One year in. to stab Mr. Leishman, who was changing to a rich emerald green.Ex.None $
Univorsiy. CAUTION;-Tleware of dealers: nbgtitntinff -
wiped I the assailant the shouldersand
-f. it To it is fact.We holding by ,
was a possibility. day a begiti- shoes without W.I"l>ouila
;.1; : are hereto protcatagainstte villagers body. Bat the Brave, Etc. Term bj-Rin.s( name Such aiibgtitulionsnre and the price tamped fraudnientanil bottom flIJGLAS'subject

homes. USED HIS KNIFE. 125 board 1'8.20 teachers niul fleers.. to law
prosecution for Obtaining
: tbe
heaped upon Ut by money kings V OVER
University Curt ienlum. Five distinct .
:" : this country. We r.re here, and we Ravigo to Mr. Frick saw the gleam of the steel, He WHS poor, but nervy, and she was I courses three of which lead to the degree of false money pretences.m nnder -. Fog

.% considered well before we throw c ff L and although staggered by the fbock of beautiful and rich. M.A.B.A..and B.L. {attention to Music $ Vt V
and Art. GENTLEMEN;
Business
Thorough Course.
; "Will me? he asked I V V
;: allegiance to the old the wounds and you marry
party"V bleeding profusely, The scheme of study framed with a vie tor of enuInoaewcdshoethatwIlbnotrtca .
,':' Continuing, Mr. Branch said: "If says jumped between the men and seize I the plumply. offering to young women such facilities for obtaining _'_ seamless,smooth inside,flexible,more comfortable,etyUsa
"Why," she exclaimed "how ; a liberal education as nro enjoyed by: i and durable than any other shoe ever sold ac the price.,
:: alliance should die to-morrow it \ I man's The latter freed himself abrupt
in toe arm. from young men at the best Handsomest : 1 Lquals customVmade S oescostthg from$4 tO$5.
; have accomplished one grand work if in Mr. Liislunan's, grasp and plunged the you an 1 You won't give me time. itil most eomplel.school c dilice{ in tho only 83.0O Shoe made with two complete
Hole,securely sewed at the outside edge(as shown in cut),
SI :; : and its tomb could be ritteu "I can't do it, he snapped. "This is I i Anul IL All the rom n n1 s'airways cirpetefl. -
more, on violence of r dagger into Mr. light side, just : which gives double the wear of cheap welt shoes sold at the> .e V ;
Frck's Accommodations 400
LbV for boarders
caih transaction." same price,for such easily rip,having only one sole sewed
'It has destroyed all sectionalism. [Ap craters above the hip, an ugly wound I SBK 1 1's improved system of heat and ventil i- to a narrow strip of leather on the edge and when ancoV
- c I $: 1 lau80.] The people's pa-ty has dia subter three inches long. lie mane another And so they were married and lived L tiun. Lishted with gas nd electricity. Hot worn through areworthless.V .
alit cold water throughout. Abund.ince of The two folemotthe W.I.DOUGLAS 83.00 Sboa V V
?Jit't the north and south together and I becoming iunge, this time the knife striking higher happily' to a good o'.dage.! -De roit Free bathrooms a net closets.,Parlorslibrary.re ul- V when worn through can be done more titan all other agencies but Pi ess. rooms and ; conveniently locat 'V. ,as they will never rip oc loosen from the upper.
combined poorer in up, the point struck a rib and glanced g 'mna8iul Purchasers of footwear desiring economize -
't V toward wiping out sectional! feelingl have been down, without inflicting much injury. {cl O.sh cost of building 8O. light mere V ,should consider the superior qnalltle*
.
campus. Board lights, er'ant's J'ttcndince VV of these shoes,and not be Influenced
t. : The pla'form of the!> people's advance of Twice again was the knife thrust sit Mr. Walked Seventy Miles for a Job. etc., five months, 6tr; m to buy cheap welt shoes soldi at$3X0. V
if-; 4 adop' d at Onm'm a wuuderiully simple he S2o 00. t end for c-itT'onue to & having only appearance to commenttthem.
Frick but sJ&t'M.
scratched /
free bread was merely 'V .
l-y KKV.L. D.DAMS, I).ft., Ala. V W. li. DOtVULA fllen'a tV
:4S 'f plntfoim. It is so plain and town were these last attempts to kill him. The Williim Corbett, famous in American 1'lorDt"ef V 84 and 9,1 fine Calf. Hand

;t" that the blind can rend it and the I. revolutionary politics and in connection Sewed.33.O1'oltceandFaru-
many struggle was in full view ot those on the ers;8'jUp Fine Calf; $2-2$
'f' V can hear it re d.M A generous burst F street. with American agriculture and horticulture and $ .OO Workln nenaj
Fr Boys' $2.00 and ouths1.T.
i tf V applause fo'lowed, and then the apcaketook of a century ago, was once employed ugust .S SchooiShoesLadles'

f up the thread of bis di cours". THE ASSASSIN ARRESTED. in the royal gardeus at Kew, according ;i I1sTHE IBESF$3 '1CC. V V/VV 93.0O Band 2.flO Sewed and: tisses SO

;, The time: bai conic," Jn- c' nlinuc I FLORIDA By this time the office boy and Deputy to Prof. Hemsley. having walktd some #:V, VVVVV V. l.7.BestDoliVfLsP $.

i, "to make a change. I lice Gordon an Sheriff My. who just entered the office seventy miles when but a lad of ileven,, : : stuidard of ceriu 4VVV

f Colquif' NoitheU 'nd Livingston goin and Nom as the first shot was fired, threw themselves with but thirteen cents in his pocket, in VV .

".' i? to tbe rear. [Applxuse.] Thanks bi on the assassin. Mr. May hd' order to secure the promised job. He Flowertf WILl.5 _V_ V g VVVVcV.. : : : : ,: V
; ;
. r God I see into the fine of self-educated: 2cZ.z&1!: VV V V
\ leaping arena u the people't drawn his revolver and was about to was a type a man.Meehan's __ _

L .- "' V David in the.person of Tom Watson, ai I order as shoot the fellow in the back, when Frick Monthlv. I .

":\ v. If we are loyal\ 10 oursc'Te', he will I About cried out for him not to The man Wl rive exclusive sale to noe dealers aid general menha1tl wher I baT<
V : shoot vitality and general debility. After Write for catalosne. lineS for sale in your < 'W""
f us on to victory. At the .ndusi'm t .eld
direc FaflarY.
. counties broke away and tried escape, but he V An Appeal for Mercy. stating kind size and width wanted. Postage \V. L. i '
:1.
-. f' his speech, Jlr. Branch announced th organiza was secured and taken to the Central I you have any regard for your physical taking two bottles I gained 69 lb i. free Doa&las t"

'. #, i. V convention open to business. I have sold more of August V i
your
police station. The of welfare have ;
t. V V on prompt acton mercy on your bowels, ceaeiTeluglng V
: '
f'<, "V VV COMMITTEES NAMED. of the day lUre Frick savea the lives ol 1lr. irishman ; them with drenching purgative* : Flower since I have been in business V V V

''itf,. ':' = On motion of J. G. Barrett, 'of and his self appointed executioner.In and relax them without pain with Hosteller's than any other medicine I ever kept.:

_ ., .i"' .V mond two committees consisting of five minutes Lalf a dozen surgeonswere Stomach Bitters. Subdue with it, too, malarial Mr. Peter Zinville says he was madea _LOVELL_ __DIAMOND__ _ _CYCLES_ _

' % :... V \V from each district, were appointed, ticket was at hand, who, after a thorough examination : and liver complaints, kidney and rheu I new man by the use of August For Pneumatic Ladles and Cents six styles $8 5 V '

.y Tt being a committee on credentials and th of attor pronounced the wounds a matte ailments d peps'a and nervousness. Flower, recommended by me. I V Jn Diamond Fume Steel l Drop SOld Tirs., At,:
i.iJ.:1 V'- ; .otber tho committee dangerous but not necessarily At ) V
bting on nomina TubinjAdjut
.. fatal have hundreds tell me that August I B.I Bearings to iii running parts, -J
,,.,, The convention then adjourned until John seven o'c'ock' five hours afer was Some men can convert the "brass" in their Flower has done them I including Pedals. SuspeniO .. .
; more good VC)
t .: o'clock. shot, Mr. Frick was able removedto systems to gold in tl eir pockets. aeL _StrictljrHIGH_ _ GRADE_ _in _Every_ _PrttCTtlr._ '
,: AKTEHKOON 8FBSION. comptrler. his home, where up to the latest report than any other medicine' they ever I 8ec 0 cents I sUmps for ou 100-paa-e lllistrated cb ...

'"W I-i. -. When the convention reassembled ; of public he is doing very well. We offer On How'a Hundred This Dollars ff took. GEORGE 'V. DYE, Sardis;, al.CsisI.g..UL of ., Rifles, Reolnr., Sportlig 60., .f.) V .
reward .
fcL
.. Mason Co. JOH P. LOVELL ARMS CO.Mfrs. 147
{ "''.iP; ': .V were f speeches by R'v. 8. A. Walker an of Orang WHi BERGMAN IS. *taking D7 caws Hall'a of catarrh Catarrh that Cura.cannot b cured b Ky. WahIngn St.BOSTONMASS. ,. .
-
, V Dr. Osborn of Tcxa',af tcr which the will make A dispatch of Sunday from New Ha F. J. CBXNZS& Co.. Toledo, O. V'

h Ir ". {- mittee on credenti 1 Is reported that general J.r venConn., says: Alexander Bergmanthe 'e, the undengne Pp F. J.
i Cheney for
V and believe -_ .
; .: wa no contest. The clect'on of col V '
man who made the attempt on General perfectly honorable In all business h V !

.44.." ,V followed: of the Manager Frick's life in Pittsburg worked, tons, and financially able t carry out any ob

;... '. V rOST IS CHAIRMAN.Hon. Florida L8 j in this city as a (ompositor about three XV&T& mae by, Wholesale heir .Drugrfats,Toledo, I THE WINSHIP MACHINE CO

,I'I.' .,:. I'\ C. II. Ellington: in a few Jears ago. He \ a Known here as nn L WALDINO O. KINWAN ONLYTRUEf .

r.: put in nomination C. C. Pot, of Fultoras ardent advocate ot anarchistic theories. Druggist., Toledo.& MV Wholesale ATLANTA CA. ; ,

i ,;, permanent chiurmnn of the : He belonged to one of the grups, but; Hail's Caiih Cure is taken Internally,actIng '

. [ 1: Hit% nomination wrs received with ap carried on his work a an individual faces directly of the npon By the blood Testimonials and mucous sent free sur IRONATONIC Cotton Gins and Cotton Presses( ,

,
t1:0':V :3 f'ftu' e. and he was unanimou-ly : Appointed While here he lived with a Price.5c. per tem. Sold by all V
dr t Up-Parklnl Dow.ParklDI' -Self-Packing Steel Screw*_ :
.;" # 'V When Colonel Pos took the gavel Goldbaum or Goldsmith and wasknown asher ? ( in diameter. !1'
.' When a min's word Is not good us his .
1 ; 1i I Branch the wpplanse was vociferous nomi V husband. This woman is well known L bond, keep WitCh on h's bond.a Our Cotton Cin with New Patent Revolving cad ...:

.V f long C
l ;in introducing him that he came to Pennsyl everywhere on anarchist doctrines. She Baown's Iron Blittrs t cures Dvspepsia.Mala- will purify BLOOD reiralata mands the Highest Market Price. ..: ,
Z ria. IiiliouneEs find General Debility. Give J1
ALL
r : t via five or six years ago to die, but ii State and Bergman tcparated afttr living Strength aids Digestion, tones the nerve KIDNEYS disorder,UulM, remove strength LIVER,renew Gins furnished THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS._

1", At., lI lives to Iud the people to victory. M. I of together about three or four months. creates ucprtite. The bt tonic for Nursing appetite restore health amivlgoroiyouth. with Revolving: Heads when wa. V ""
the WHITE
Mothers weak women rOB ASD .
,'II,.P',1.0"' ; :, Irwin, of Rockdale was elclected born six: Bergman's employer here, who is editor chlren Indljeston.thattirel Dyspepsia ft-cl- CIRCLB PRICES.SENOIA !'f V-

I.t. :. V tary, and Oc r Parker was elected a of the of an ii.flutnlial. German wek.y pap'T, United States railroads get $2,03 000 a year Mind brightened y eradicated, brainpower TELEGRAPHY) teach either and place you at work. SUORTIIt'VC 'S .. V

tf I : sistant. and knows very little of this man beiond the carrying the mails.: : Increased, t School in the south. Send for V 1UJ t
:
':.1\",;".. f. THE PLATFORM. and gradu after facts already stated. No one seems to Mrs.E.M.Lewis,Oxanna,Ala writes: .For bones,receive nerves new,force.suffering muscles new Catalo2ue.} COUCH & LUGENBEEL. ,.' ,

.;:,_...; The next nrd r of busipcss was t practice I in: know whence or where he wmt after over ahe twenty without: years relief I from have the many with remedies head- LIDIS( ( to their from sex complaints,using It.find peculiar ,........... .............. V GEORGI i1'

:;;\;V ,-' adoption of 'the platform. It was r has since leaving this cty.FIFTEEN. ad physicians tried during that period. Brady- rose .. a safe, speedy cure. Returns : RIPANS TABULES iTver s.nzi rttl ., DR. S. (. PARSONS, i: V .
..v. sented Mr. Ellington and is crotme produces the mot satisfactory results.1* b1onioaeitceseautifiesCompIexionSold Etmaen safe :
i, by an ofce everywhere. All genuine joo.\bear : X AV feua T blo.a general and d.. ?EMALE REGULATING PILLS ::
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'i.ri"K f?V lows: 'Creent1 Send WH cent stamp meleme for
DEAD PEOPLE.The pamphlet. : q 2'1' Bi1ionie. Made the V
I"; .We indorse and affirm the preamble A Veteran Conltpaton.. ertK5n.Loi 2 for women and
'II..JL OR. HAlTER MEDICINE CO.. St Louis M.. I disease her MX. '
'I''I of peonliu to g. .
n5MelIW
JI. .. riV cAutions and pluifoim udoploJ by the peopleparty : Mr. Joseph Hem DepTesslon .
LOST. Painful
., Result of They regulate the man .
.: in national convention sEsemblfld a Terrible Gas Explosion j J E.li6th St., sratf'H.sir.a: .,'
d V .: Omaha July 4 b. 1693.3d. in a Coal Mine.A w merich. ,In 1863,at the :. I IIm? or dkesse resulting IS5SS* strnal flow, are isle' and.liable to re "
= blO by the stomach.liver hay bean sold
.. \. r'i. .- We condemn the convict base system. by a Vol .- KILLER their :
. > frightful at York I I.nttleof Fair Oaks, .pror pr tnlos. Perogtyeu yearaandcnreftUdischars
; I.t 3d. Wo d.mand rigid economy in ail pubimatters. 'explosion oCl'ur.d w o bt a TAB t. V ..t."i
."t" i[ and insist
\ 'h. V of tazktlon; during the pittent at The o'clock Saturday by whuh fifteen Fever and after a long Ace.ta Waet Spmcess.JL: a womb.t ;
j : EIGhTY
\ I I l lV l condition of tile .. 1 I, in Dntcher'8 Fly Killer Is sure death Every sheet will ........J ......per eet...prei...... Bold _j druggists and V:
:;/ I fI-; VW peopi.V *, confirms men are known to have beeu killed out ,struggle hospitals,was kill a quart of 11e and!cur while you et .e. ; sent by mail. '
J And elill atten'ion ( tho f ict th quiet when and .
vrt comforts of
pulil'o o awful d and incurable a nap 3IEDICAI
it believed .
is
th Discharged
r J- right, t others will a DEPARTMENT
; the \
ic/f"- V morning. Get Butcher's and
.f.t the prodncin< interest in b th city aud count 1 with secure best rut ..EWJIB3Erloo &X.OO. _$
; I & is bearing more than its fair ehare of tazati island, die of their injuries. The mine is a very Sfle CDptOn FBED'Z DUTCHES DRUG CO., TULANE UNIVERSITY LOUISIANA. ls- Dr. S.a Parsons "F&Y ." .,- .

a volcanic old, one, and has many abandoned "leadera ba lely taen ST. ALBA58.Vt.Plao's hI advantages fiJl"pnctletl.1 inatnJoth. sod Physician"-x tells' how to get well and keep jrell;.jt},,'. V
. later ad I- in which 10 Hech Hood's in lbs di'emas of the especially 400 pages, illustrated. "
. V accumulates, and it is Sp I I as b. Soathw. are DlIeq1l&Jed.' profusely For pam-r f
"I PEEK KOMINATKD. the whole believed gs good rmm.nds Remedy for Catarrh Is the -"nIIlh1l1lJrablJndaa'material from the phleta,question listsorprin.te information fred V "" '
that
great Uhantr < 't
,
M of
tunneling, one tin se' SAnJHApAltTT.T.A Easiest Hospital-with its 7UO bfd. and 8J.OUO
OOD' as a Best to tae, and of
Cheapest.CATARRH patients charge address .
s Major Joe Blanco nominiteil I gner aanaaMr. Studenti h.re with stamp, ,j.'
W. island. was: "leaders" was stiuck, the ..gas i iguiteoand f blood purifier and tonic mece. "'.7 and special inetruction Is dail7 no hospital AT TUX I. 0 DR. 8. C. PARMONS, Havannah.11I. .. :.
comrades given BCD5tE -
Peek for governor It wu :.seconded Ii inhabit an explosion.folio we I. The mine i is 11 to his 1 the coI'82e.or THe,. SICK,a.in nC other IAt1tnton. Next

VV Ellington, Leary, Wimberly nad ., I no Euro- very badly damaged, and tbe passages HOOD'S PHXS are hand made,and perfect "Sl by druggists or sent by m orinformstj.io inn begia hlnIQ'.October 1l.-189I.. For cat !ogu" PATENTS'''.."T.' .Lf'A.

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