Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00300
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Tennessee moutaiul; he was- in itami- She checked his raptures Tith a simple ALL OVER FLORIDA. sources and. attractions.the Florida State county. .Reported amounts inches are a Avon follows '1' NEWS I GENERAL.S
ApalachicolA 5 ;
bent trust : ,
life; he begged his c ip- Press association earnestly urges
: torn not to put him to a disgraceful death, ssture. true that I found you at fh3 hos. viral boards of county commissioners Park, 2.80; Archer, .42; Amelia. 1.07;
'. protesting that he had ever been a ancb: ptal: sorely wounded, and had you Random tir. ughout the state to make liberal ap- I Crescent City, 2.20; DeFuniak Sprin/, Happenings of_tto Day Culled from Our
the State Gathered at
News of
U4RomanceoftheCivfj UnIonist He was leading the moun- brought here, where you coald receive I for spuce in the proposed 2.TO; Green Cove Springs. 3.35 -

against the enemy; he fought bttter care. You have. escaped do:tth; I state proprntions building and 'Official State Gazet- luxo, .51; JacksonTte. 1.55; Kissimnrne, Telegraphic and Cable Dispatches.

over again both days at Shioh.; again he r.m glad. This has been a house of I and Paragrapnically Presented. teer' outlined in the recent appeal of .OSjMerritt's; ; Myers, 1.98;
toiled i as
through bate mourning ever since :you last entered it. commissioner and for such action Milton, .74; Ocala, .95; Oxford, 104;
and the state ,
War. slaughter to the; and. last of all, he The dreadf war has dealt harJlv with The contract for the construction of I our hearty co-operatim Orlando, .24; Orange City, .39; St. Petersburg WT IB 'SlDG TnHOUGHOTTT OCB
ben up deadly Such were me. ily mother is dead. oth brothers we pledge
subject of his assault! they con- fell in battle, my father lies now at tbo the public buildiog at Tallahassee, ha and 1.21; Titusville, 42. 0 OWN CUT,AJTO HOTE3 OF mEET

I his : until he was point of death from the horrors and 33en awarded to W. P. Green & C,>., "of supprt. Temperature-The- temperature. while. yBOM TORXieX UUTDS.

wearied ito sleep. So was for many: hardships of the siege. You have suffered Chicago, 111., at their bid of $12,723. An Important BUI. narcly normal for the state, was repmea .

: days. too. I would it had been in better p4,4 in excss in DcSoto, Walton, Santa Rosa,
% BY MAJ. JAMES F. PITTS.1CIIAPTER a Senator Call is gratified with his success There seventeen fatal cases of
.'; Vhen at last be awoke to life and coneciensness cause, but I will not judge you. My The DeLind Manufacturing companyis in the senate his bill Madison, Lee, Osceola and Washington were
.. feeble, but reali/ing that he own sorrows and the agonies I have daily through and slightly deficient in Duval sunstroke in Chicago Thursday.
in the irri in ) i within
atiig pipes titles to the scttleri certain counte.
; should.recoyer. he fonnd himself in a comfortable seen have humbled my pride. There was putting granting' Rice and melons w.re Crane Chemical Works, at Springfield,
of the 600 of owned Florida. I be
X1T. bed "in a well-furnished, none other to do for whatI acres orange groves ry limits of and ten
apart you an enemy, where the temperaturewas N. J., blew up Thursday night
COMING noV ment. A negro woman waited in the did; therefore I have done it." by i Hon. John B. St tson.-Volusia! bill." faid the senator in explanation, lightly injured the plant were destroyed.
buildings composing ,
but sweet cane
in ,
potatoes ,
T the 22d of rom, and a man in the Confederate uni "Say not an enemy," he cried. "We County Record. I "relates t<) persons wh) settled within PJCCCSS, -
was for sat by his bedside. must not, cannot be enemies." 44 was called the frontier lines about orange groves and other crup gene ally

, May bloodier, 1863. No "Wol Colonel --.you're on the mend, A burst of music from the hill above The melon growers of Stffner have -ht. There was a reserved section or benefited in Duval, Putnam, Ex-United States Senator Anthony

I \cn.n'ed alday ng oc-the I f.ay," said tho officer, in a hearty came faintly down to them; his pulse marketed their crops, and report the strip of ,country along the line betweenthe Columbia, Nassau, Alachua, Clay and Kennedy, aged eighty-two years, die at

\Mississippi. A de- voice. quickened a he recognized the tune, business as a paying one. Quito a number Indian country and that occupied by lillsborough[ counties. Annapolis. Md., Sunday moin

L \\termined effort "I really don't know what to say," replied "Kally Hound the Flag." of melons were raised which weighed cit-zensof the United States, and in 1843 Sunshine-The sunshine for the state tor Kennedy has been in feeble health

,- I was then made to Smedlev but, feebly. "I bele\e: I ktow "Do you know what that means? Vicks- fifty and sixty pounds on hammock laud a provision was made that set- was shore the average, but was ban,, for long time, but the superinducing
myself now, I can'ttell anything that burg. worn out with starvation, has persons Wa\
carry the outworksby has happened since since cap without fertilizers. S thug within that section should be entitled sufficient for cotton and tobacco in cause was the excessive heat of the late
the itulated; your people are marching in. for okra in Lee and general in torrid
crops spell.
asaul to a patent for 160 acres of land. ton,
which cay since you tried. to visit Vrksbnrg Go and join them. We shall never meet it
( in In most of these the title has Sumpter. Reports. state.that. was The Inman line City of
would the rather a rude way, on May 2 id, agi: Pending in congress is a measure which cases never steamship
BurrenderofYiks.mean got some good Confederate lead into ant yon He rose and stretched out his hands to will be of interest to the people of Floridaif I passed to these settlers. There have beneficial to crops in Franklin, ntnam, Par which sailed from Liverpool on

burg. The attack for your pains," said the goodnaturedofficer. her. His heart was too ful for Fpeech it becomes a law. It is the bill for the been several commissions appointed t Columbia Nassau, Hillsborough and arrived in New York early

,. ._ was delivered by "You da not mean it," whispered. development and encouragement of s:Uc look into the matter to decide who are Clay count iesl: Wednesday mornin *, beating the record
three- heavy? columns at three separate "Ah-I remember. The 22d of May- alt is as I say. What bond, even of culture in the United States under the entitled to patent but there are many No class of workers has done more to for the western trip across the Atlntic
yes, I shall not forget that day very soon. frendship: is pos-ible between us? There the best into rests: of the state;
points, repeated again and again of the department of agricul vet who never received the title to advance The time of her passage across oen
through the day. At dark the same story What June date is it now" ? was I time when I would have given jon supervision ture. their lands. This bill authorizes the issu- tone have done le'S t,> secure their own five daysfifteen hours and fifty-eight
had to be told everywhere. Impregnableworks 5th. everything; wheu my heart went out I \an the jjcntlcnun! editors now en routeto a
of titles those who
44 ance to can minutes.A .
"Tv\o weeks Is it to and for prove
with ditch before passed possib'e? fOLdly you, yearned your companionship S
a advice been
'only How is the siege: getting on? Have our and protection through this The fruit and vegetable crops in South occupation of the lands for twenty years.It Pensacola. Had their New York dispntch of Wednesday
by narrow fire and
ways a withering
cross-fire from behind them, in the face lines advanced any? Is there talk of a struggle, through life itself. I called to Florida have been large ones, and the is a very simple and, I think, a just taken, Florida's position at the World'sfair sacs: Chairman Harrity has announced

of which no troopi could stand or adVance surrender" ? What does General Temler- you; others sought me, but my soul demanded price realized by the truckers arc very l measure, and will relieve quite a good would long ago have been secure, and that No. 189 Fifth avenue had been selected '

; the attacking parties shot down by ton- you. That call you slighted; :you encouraging In fact, they hive beenso many people who have owned their lands we can only hope that in leaving the as the headquarters of the national
hundreds unable In his excitement Smedley tried to sit fed from me and joined the enemies of I state for a short time our colaborerswill
mainly cross the gratifying to the farmers that the all this time but have never received the democratic committee. buildingwill

diteh or climb the parapet. The besiegedfOllght up his in breast bed. The and held other him put down.a strong handon ,. my"I country.joined the friends of my country- acreage for the next season will be quad patent from the United States for them." leave behind them an impetus that I be opened a soon a desks and
under cover, and met with but will all doubt of speedy aa been
alight loss. In the bloodshed and mutilation "Lie still, sir, if you please. You must i the defenders of the old Union and the rupled. 444 remove a-Pensacola other furniture. and fittings have

of that dreadful it was know that you are a prisoner, and at old flag," said Sniedle3-)-, prou -. "Never 44 A Proposition to County CommUtloner idequate appropriation. placed.

that the defenders of day Vicksburg proven would present under my orders. You are not to shall I apologize for that, to man or Fcrnandini is undoubtedly expericnc- The following circular letter to the s ws. _ _ A dispatch of Thursday from Bay

their excite yourself, because that would be woman. You knew my opinions; you ing a good, steady growth, as new enterprises :Mich. The relief committee
fight dosperately.for works,and that boards of commissioners City, says:
general county .
the latter could not be taken by assault. bad for you in your present condition. must have understood that I daiel not : continue to deveop.: There are itself TIlE. DEADLY HEAT. I finds that the extent of suffering among
weeks of the For that reason I shall not answer the expose them to be overcome your few houses to rent now if I ut explains :
Weary pick and spade fol very any, the victims of fire is so great
lowed. impertiment questions you have just fascinations. What safety was there for there will be mere residence trectl d in July 1londays have
asked and also, for the that it ? It to GENTLEMEN -YoU are requested to that outside t b
; reason me was you who me go, :
comptlecl the future to accommodate the fast The Death Rate Known 1
Highest in
This narrat ho does not aim to give a would not be prudent to give such information ana I have taken that was near make a World's fair appropriation at asked for. Two hundred and S
circumstantial account of these operations to increasing population. families lost acd are in
a prisoner. possible for me. your next meeting. No more important Twenty Years. everything very .
; yet because some of those of whomwe Smedley looked at the officer. He was His voice was feeble, itt firm. _His matter claimed destitute circumstances.
write were there, and saw and participated too weak to ask more questions, after Bullock has succeeded in ever your atention. I
aroused her he her Congressman is absolute fact that Wednesday Charles
in these thing, it .is right refei his sudden The ors ; saw stiupgling an every At Philadelphia, ,
to them. Victor Hugo., in writing t of understood exertion.him. other perfectly to repress her feelings. He went on. passing through the house two pension dollars wisely invested by Florida in theWorld's i TWO HUNDRED AND EI Y.8I DEATHS 11. Page, a broker, of the firm of E. T.
"Yet we aro Lot enemies.; Not day, b.Us of considerable, interest-one beingfor I.
Columbian shot customer
Waterloo will fc Co. by a
gives us conspicuous instances "Lie still and don't talk, and I tell a exposition meana IN NEW YORK CITY IN ONE DAY- Page was
of personal valor. They were matched you all you ought to know. I wi Dr.ingleton not an hour of my absence but I have the benefit of John A. Deane, of Al return of a million dollars to the state named Robert Kennedy, 6:years of age,
in the heroism of the American thought of you or dreanud of you. I achua, and the other of Margaret Sim- MORTALITY IN PHILADELPHIA. '
volunteers within It is while in his office. Page
at your enice-the Confederate twenty years. a phenomenal sitting private
in the actions along the Mississippi.Men surgeon who dug the bullet out of have prayed all for" this hour, when I could mons, of Orange county, whose husband opportunity which no,one can fully During twenty-four hours, ending at died almost instantly, and Kennedy

yet live who can tell you how atVicksburg your back that went pretty near through tel you it -not!" she cried. There is a served in the Mexican: war. realize without feeling appalled at the noon Saturday, 289 deaths were reportedin meanwhile: blew cut h own brains. The

a Sergeant with a handful of you, and came pretty near finishing you.I gulf between us that neer may le pp.csed. possibility of failure to avi ourselves of New York city. This is the heaviest men, it is reported, a difference overa
men penetrated an outwork and held it believe you are going to get well-that the Times-Union Is there .death rate for a single day for twenty
awhile We are separated wider tbin'i the pok-s Says : a man it. Such a failure ) a monumental stock transaction.A -
though commanded by a higheione is, as well as a man can over be, with The number of deaths for the "
till all but the Sergeant were slainon such wound-but divided us. A moment ago sai1 I would in Duval county having $100,000 worth folly-a disaster from which Florida years. band of brigands under the leader
a fight no more
the spot. They wi tell you of flags battles. You've got you'l to do but to not judge you; now you compel vie to. i cf propety who"cannot afford to pay $20 would never fully recover. Upon an week was 1,434, the heaviest since July ship of Cicilio Salino made a raid on the
on' Think what you have done! You. toward the World's fair fund Or 6, 1876, when 1,581 deaths were reported
Leing planted parapet and idly lie here, take the good nurbing that you lFsissippiborn one aggregate appropriation $20.000 by town of Puerpero, Mexico, Wednesday.While .
waving there'al day; for when those who are having, and get as strong as you can achievements, with behind pride of lineage to consort:m I having $1,000 in property who is unwilling you, I am prepared to pledge $30,000 for the week ending that day. Prostrations engaged in their work they were
beaten off they covered high you, 11 20 cents for such ? from othersourceR. It is inconceivable that from beat among workmen of the
as soon as jou can. I'll come to see vou with the foes of the Souih, to overran pay 1 purpose attacked by a detachment of the Eighthfederal
the place from the approaches with their once in a while. Good-by, for the pres her fair territory, to occupy her cities, to This is what I county approprutio of you should hesitate about voting your Williamsburg sugar refineries for the re. im nt. A battle ensued, the
rifles and shot down all who tried to seize week exceeded 600. Only two of the
ent. bring armed havoc and destruction $5,000 would mean. proportion. Twenty thousand from the bandits their ground. Four of
the from within. standing
Hurled back from
flags He to An look in state is but five cents for each inhabitant large sugar houses are in full of the
the face of the the assailants rose go. imploring her! At tbe very threshhoM of jour operaton.lavemeyer's the ,laterere killed, while one
crouched behind 'ork that would his patient's eyes detained him. former home jou are struck down, swordin Latest Jacksonville fruit ma'ket quotations and upon the equitable basis of county establishment employs near tldien a death wound. No
"Well?" h nd. (Jut of tLe recollection of would four hundred men. Of ,
hap non-residents
offer Lon $10 to $12 100 pay made.
cover, and at the of the melons were
,top per ; appropriations captuns
fred "Where am I? What place is this? Itdoesn't I have life bat I these than four hundred I
. or nearly
pier days, given jou can and no Floridian who has more ,
the and near it they "Kolb Gem" melons $3 to $8 can'e- ,
parapet. I ; The Richmond Terminal advisory committee
seem like I- naught else. Tt era is blood 33 cent. carried out during the
I hospital give you not worth of would per
hung to warfare till $1,000
when, grim nightfall, .Stop!-you shall This is nota Between us; the blood of my kii dred.Farewel It-upes $2.50 per crate; !rap they Thousandswere
were withdrawn hospItaLriat it is, I am forbidden to then, go in peace; look around $2.50 per crate; dark, $15 per crate; anything. 450 Of these between cused the question of meeting the interest
sacrificed in ploys men. seven-
theuseless attempts.Our if there be
Mountain Battalion to about tel you. misery jou have helped to make, peaches, ordinary, 75c crlte; pineapple, Objections, any, come and one hundred were to on the 6 per cent bonds due August1st.
worn walked hastily out, to more but to Isabel Montford $3 crate Florida lemons small $2 b x mainly from those who pay nothing, who ty compelled advisable
the of escape never again come ; ; It was resolved that it was not
the and have been
proportions I company by service questioning. Smedley closed his eyes and with words of love. I follow the fortunes limes in great demand ; onions, $3 barre have nothing, and whose opinions are quit work replaced by new that the tshould bro
it had that month in
seen during was in the company
tho afsault. The remnant fell back from Iretted himself over this mystery till the of my cause; I will survive perish with ; beans, $1 per crate, unworthy of consideration. The neces- men, a were those Ilavemeyer t) the interest. 'Mariy W

the slaughter, aud during'the following black woman ought a small stand to his it. Again, farewell; you will see me no 4 sities of the state demand YOlrmmpdiRt sugar house. money stockholders piy were consulted and concurred
bedside nnd told him that he to have "
was more. action the leading organizations GREAT MORTALITY IN PHILADELPHIA.
hours the survivors gathered themselves ; the best
that this
The British Everest crossed in the idea was
than some broth. The cruel words sent a chill to his steamship of the state and the State Press
o.gether. Not more one-half The effect of the terrible heat of the
report the br at Fern.indina a few days thing to be done.
asked the "where ,
Li "Aunty, patient, heart. He started toward her with claspedhands. ago
'th a association to for it. That
jpi missing were appeal you week in the city of Philadelphiawas (
othenictms. I? loaded with phosphate for Hull, En:;., past A of Wednesday from Wilkes-
n it dead there be for dispatch
: t evoud dich power of motion.aptain ,. 01 "Wha is you, honey? In yo' bed, to be "Oh, Isabel-do not say itl! I you drawing eighteen feet and eight, inchesof hesitation may or delay no, i possible you will room mike this startlingly made Saturday shown by by the the weekly board report of- barre ., ststes that a petition of great
but knew-- water. This was a medium tide. A the best
Hankms found himself in signed by people
com length, many
mand. "\Vherj is the Colonel" he asked. suah.Now, do tel me," ho coaxed. "Whose "I know" all you would say. I have decided gradual improvement .is percptible: on appropriation.of I will Florida's assume state the responsibility health. During the week ended at 10 in the city and Wyoming valley, will

Nobody remembered seen him house is this bar. This depth will accommodatethe building building o'clock Saturday, Health Officer Veale be sent to Governor Puttison raking that .
after the first fierce rush into the fire from "Yo isn't to know," was the emphatic "And"is this all?" average tramp steamship. ([a work must be begun within thirty issued 870 death certificates. This is a Colonel Streator who caused' Private

4 the works. One man, who carried a plankto reply; and the nurse proceeded to admin "All. ,* dys), and I ask your several l counties for greater mortality than has ever been recorded the thumb" to
lams be by ,
ister the Without another word without a touch 'he following to le to to swung up
bridge the ilit:h, was certain that when nourishment. : amounts paid m by the officers before. Thin death
he Colonel Snnedley caught up the For: almost three weeks he lay there, visited of the band she left him. What fol- '' Congressman Mallory, who succeeded when building is tniilt. Upon these rate is than when epidemicsof be tried for breach of the ecl. It further -

p' fel, laid it across, dashed over it, and each few days by the doctor, carefully lowed seemed as part of a vision. le' in parsing through the house the bill fur payments th being made, space in such grippe even or greater even cholera, smallpox or asks that he be given trial such a

bhouted to the men to folow. nursed and watched with, and gradually though the old negress brought him the establishment of six new lghs as Building be allotted to the several the 'any.otber criminal would receive, and if

"Yes. that was FO, said. "I growing stronger. He had dreams lean upon, and mumbled some- aids to navigntion in Tampa has counties wi county exhibts, and in addition diphtheria scourged city. foutd guilty be punishid.

was close behind him when a ball caughtme and visions that he thought must be rem- thing abut "Missy awful rebel, now I consulted with the Florida senators to the in the state buildingeach COOLER I BALTIMORE. of Wednesday from Rio

in the leg and I had to come away." nants of his delirium; once he thought B tells street yo'. He found himse in dazed upon the about getting the bill through that body.It county space will be given, without fur The weather at Baltimore Saturday, was Grande Dispatches City, Tex state Ih t there ant
slowly a
"I'm afraid bo's gone, groaned Han- sad and beautiful face was bending over moving vvaj' is not unlikely that they be able about eight degrees cooler on an twelve thousand ,in '
average than
him, and the vision was so real that he TherE were few people abroad; the city may ther charge, space in the "Official State no less people
kins.The men anxiously compared notes. could with difficulty dismiss it from his rested in the hot sunshine in a kind of to squeeze the 'Dill through the senate at Sizetteer" for a general county description than that of Friday, but deaths and pros- the lower Rio Grande border counties of

Several had seen him on the other side of mind. sullen silence. Over several rocs he tome odd moment before an adjournmentcomes. directly in proportion to its appropriation trations from heat during the day were Tea on the very verge of starvation.

saw the stars and stripes ; and nearly as numerous a those on any otber The rain which fell there four ago
the ditch, trying to mount the work; but "Aunty, he asked, "was there lady : week
the incessant flashes of fire and puffs of here just now, while I was asleep?"I now, to the music of"The Year of Jubi COCNTT 4PPHOPRIATIONS. of the protracted ,hot spell. The repor was Ihe frt in three years, but was of

smoke from inside it fled the nir with "A lady? Only 3'0' ole aunty. What's lee." a column in blue marched with From the Florida Mirror: Brunswick Alachua ....$1.0 Leon.......$ 500 of the city health commissioner no 'Thi intense'brat of summer

confusion: and they lost of him. No got in yo' head, honey?" springing him step past the him.ranks Familiar hands,hasgree.ed is to have a line of steamers to Liverpoo Baker Bradford............. 2 Lb-rty L.vy.............. 3 week gives the following facts: Total has evaporated every particle of moisture
man had seen him fall; but it was certain New efforts to ascertain what house he ,the column were and Bremen. I we mistake not Newport Brevard ...... --Madison.... .. 400 number of deaths for the week, 457; and the suffering among the people for
him and 3
that he had not returned, or he would be was in, or how hostilities progressed: waved to soon,soldiers a! hidled News also his a line to Liverpool. Calhoun..... 10 1Ianatee.... 3 under five years, 224; from sunstroke, lack of food and water is terrible to wit
among them then. were as vain as before. When he wa< went on, his mountain and Savannah will follow suit. Citrus ...... 3. 1la..on.......1.1 51 cholera 89 convulsions
probably ,
him with cries of No, it ... ; in.flntu ; ness.
rejoicing. was Clay. .... looo
There was a flag of trace next day to able to sit up and walk nlout the room, a not n dream. Vicksburg had fallen, There is nothing to hinder Fernandina Columbia ....... 4 Monro.Na\ll.....-. 500 18. The number of? for the cotrespon'1ing Advices of from Madison, .
bury the dead, and several of the mountaineers suit of citizen's clothes was laB out for the Dale! ...... Orange ...... 1,500 week of 1891 207 250 Friday
Port Hudson would follow, the river was trying experiment. Pho'ph-ite steamers was or .
were of the Among him, the negro woman inform ig him that DeSoto..... '500 0., eola. ........ 600 Wis., state that the constitutionality of ,
part. freed the levered but here and wouldbe less than for the week just ended and
coming ,
Confederacy ; are constantly, Paaco.. .. 400 democratic
hundreds of slain his own clothes had been oiled by hU Dyal..2.0 the recent reapportionmentwill
everywhere sj Charles scarcely realized the of merchandise ... Polk ........ the ; is attributed 0.
Smedley glad to bring cargoes Escam.ia. 1,000 1.0 excess n mortality by in
for the both of doctor's sheais.
Colonel Smedley, blood and the be tested in the supreme court
Franklin Putnam. ... .
bitterness of his .
but did not find it. They came back "But who furnishes thes for me?" he triumph in the own instead of ballast. Oadaden...... 2 St.Johns..... the health commissioner to be unparalleled August. The paper,which is to be

.. with heavy hearts. Many of the bodies a ked."Yo'. defeat. Hamilton...... 300 San'" Ro-a.... 300 -heat here. Never before in the Attorney-General O'Coonor will sere .
in such a condition, from exposure find out. I nebber iell." [TO BE CONTINUED. Hernaudo.... 3 Sumter. .... 4 history of the city have there been so on
: were
The folowinp general agents for the HilLi orough... Suwanee..... the form of a petition, signed by some
.. to the sun, that identification was impossible. The days passed. Six weeks had gone Gazetteer" have been H.'lmes.. .... 1.1 2 Taylor....... 200 many deatbs during the same period of citizens the attorneygeneral
1 hey did not doubt that his was since he received his uonnd, and ro explanation A Divining Bottle. Jackson...... Volusia.,.....1.000 time.. private asking
appointed by Commissioner Jackson for _ _ _ institute action 'and of course If ,
r :: them. Captain Haukins reported had yet been given him. He Jefferson..... 400 Wakullal...... 100 .
among counties named Baker Cha H. ... .... 300 --
the action
,. him as. dead. appeared in the lists able to walk a distance; he grew rest- In connection with the subject of curiosities : L'rayete.. .... 2 Walton .. the attorney-general refuses, cal
I tel ... : Washington ... DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEES
Baxter Brevard, Ellis B. Wager Clay, 3 be in the of the
: published in 'Northwestern papers. and fretful. :Finally ho sid to his of patent offices, a wellknowntechnical ; ; L e........ 300 brought name prvt
;: Majorl3randon, convalescing at Cincinnati nurse: and scientific writer mentions a J. T. Greer Columbia, T. B. Moodil; The time is short; it is a crisis in the citiz'n himself. No steps ben

'. on detached service, saw the repOt "Aunty, I can't stay hero any longer.I patent that was taken out in Dade. Guy I. Metcalf; De Soto, Albert development of the state; it is whether Executive and Campaig as Announced taken as yet in regard to unseating

,:.,' and read it to his wife-for Alice Clay must go out and learn the news, even i I peculiar England by an American in 1889. The W. Gilchrist; Duval, John T. Talbot; Florida shall take her proper place proudly by Chairan Harrty. ho.ld-over senntor

; bore her old name no longer. They had I get put in confinement for it." Yo'sto object of the invention was to enable I. Lee, J. W. Bain; Lone N. 3 1 Bo wen; among her sister states and reap the After several days' and 0 '
been married the winter resolved "Jes' wait till to-mcrrow, Loney.
., to secure even the previous transient happiness, that then." precious metal to be discovered by a Monroe, Chas B. Pendletorr; Putnam E rich reward of a greater prosperity than conference with Calvin S. Brice. William G,THE PINKERTONS
:,. go C. Post St. JohnsJ. A. Enslow Washington she has known become an objectof C. and Gov. James CONDEMNJl
the situation offered. "Go-where?" process "commonly known as divination ; ; ever or Whitney E. Camp --

"Dead?" repeated Alice; "1 never saw "I can't tell yo'. Wait jes' ono day." and it consists in a compositionwhich A. G. Chandler. pity and derision bell, Chairman Harrity, of the Railroad Men Pass Eesolutlons Against S

.i" him hut yon have alwav s praised him so, He had been treated hero so kindly, has a strong attraction and affinity 44 Your immediate, liberal and patriotic cratic national committee, announced, TheIr Employment.

'{ .And poor Mis. Baird,"too, that ho has spite of the mystery that atteude I the for gold and silver, the attraction resembling A Braidentown correspondent says: action is most earnestly requested. Friday afternoon, the national .executive of the orders of railroad ,

... seemed near to me 0, when will this treatment, that he felt like complying. somewhat that of magnetism." The sisal hemp industry bids fair to ARTHUR C. JACKSON, nnd campaign committees. They are a; Sunday, seven

s drea:Iful work end? Ho rose in the riorning eager lo go which was made up of gold, become the leading one for South Florida.It Florida, Slat Commi'sioner. follows: employes New York,NewJe Pennsylvania
:. 'Lliisis heavy news for me," said the abroad. The nurse restrained his impatience composition and D Jawarl Wike.bme
quicksilver and cop r'was, placedin is with great success in this 4 Executive Committee-M. F. Tarpey,
is like the loss of a brother. insisted on a careful toilet and n grown I'a., in general convention
Major..I slowin small vial flask, with a quantity cou,.ty, the experiment being first made Weather and Crops.Buletin California; Charles S. Thomas, Colorado; d
be sadder for;you than you good breakfast, anc WH* provokingly a cuss the benefit and advisability of
-". wi her movements. It wa s hard for Smed of dilute nitric or tartaric acid or pure bere by Reasoner Brothers of the Royal No. 21 of the weather bureau! Carlos French, Connecticut; Samuel Pas- ing under one head The societies en are "

think.0 Graham!" ley to ,recognize himself in the glass. alcohol, and to the neck of the flask was Palm nursery. .They now have several of States department of agriculture : coo, Florida; Clark Howell Georgia; J. the Railroad Conductor,"Brotherhood of

She, swiftly comprehended his meanIng His attendant had cut his hair during his attached a cord about twenty inches in acres of plants, which have been foundto prepared by co-operation with J. Richardson, Iowa; W. Blair, Locomotive Engineer, Switchers' Mutual

; the arms of the young wife were convalescence, but his face was grown length. The wording of the patent proceeds be a complete success in every respect the Florida weather service, based upon Kansas; Thomas W. Sherley, Kentucky; Aid Society, Brotherhood of Rail -
his with a thick bear!, which contraotedstran : 'In using my gold and silver finder and little from twenty-eight James Jeffrie, Louisiana; Arthur Sew-
about his neck she was sobbing on It requires no fertilizing very reports corresponr road Trainmen. Order of Railroad Telegraphers -
ely with his sunken cheeks and hollow instrument is held preferably by theo all, Maine; Arthur P. Gorman, Maryland -
the ,
shoulder. work, and will grow as well on poor landas ents, representing twmty-four and la the
Must you go?" 4 eyes.'IlA led 'him into a handsome tub and forefinger of the right hand and on rich soil. of the state, is a follows: ; Daniel J. Campas Michigan; afternoon a mass m aoxiar.held attended .
*Yes; there is no field officer with nurse with his left hand. I should be 444 Rainfall-The was below the Michael Done, Minnesota; Charles B. 5.000 non-brotherhood '.

them now; I ove.them 1 duty that I must parlor and left him, bidding him wait a held steady, but not cramped. Then if normal for the r.inCal. was in excess in Howr Mississippi; John G. Prathe Addresses by made mn. ;
From the sofa where he sat he A in the Times-Union were by prominent members
not shirk.I. moment. metals in the immediate correspondent Alvah W. Sulloway New '
., there are any precious the northwestern counties of Franklin, Iuri; .
of roofs lower of the various branches. ;
able could look over a range writing from Bartow, says: ,
"Yonare not to flask will be Brow Miles Ross New
travel"te neighborhood I. Wakulla Walton Santa R'sa, Madison, ; Jersey;
'" that down the hill and see where chimneys city of the state, to Grand Master Workman of toe Knights ,
doctor told me and will phosphate William F. Sheehan New York M.
such metals move and ;
attracted and Jefferson ,
from had hen 'tratea and roofs plowed tree in the Wnshington ; elsewhere of Labor T. V. Powderly spoke vigorously -
O3dition to be discharged pro flourish like a bay
I.va < and will then vibrate'thus young W. North Carolina Calvin S.Brc ,.
first where it ;
bombardment of the toward them at few counties Banlom
for with shot from the excepting a o( the .of the Pinkertonsat '
any time. I have been lingering of the metal spring time. To the great phosphate in- Samuel R. Hovey Rhode outrages
sake, knowing that I was fit for ac- indicating presence is due its phenomenal prosperity.In was normal, a defciency'existed. The ; Hpmesfead and submitted tbe following -
.)u fleet.He withdrew his eyes into the rcom. A sought for. As the name of the Texas dustry injuries reported excesive rains were Islud; Haie Cummings, Tennessee; resolution! which
duty. radius of twelve miles around this was unanimously
know cry of surprise came from h a lips; he farmer who took out the patent is not in a principally to figs in Nassau county: to C ; Bradley B. Smalley, '
.'What You adopted:
shall I do?
: every- there are eight large phosphate .
could not Isabel :Jlontford the published list of the millionaires city in Nassau Madison Santa Rosa .Veront; B. Gordon, Virginia; '
repress recently melons Bai
tWg stnrbed again about Knoxville; i. in operation, each platt working ; Reolved, That we regard the interference -
stool before him. of the it fairly be assumed pInt Wakulla in Wakulla William Harrity, of Pennsylvania, '
able to reach there may and to cotton
I might not I e coutr and ; of the Pinkertons in the labor trou-
than men some ,
dressed in twenty-five ,
it was herself! Simply bottle les chairman ex officio S. P. Sheerin secretary .
Aye, the divining and Jefferson to potatoes ; ;
Where go? in Washington ; bit s unpatriotic and un-American. Wo
.tJ. itsseverity The
relieve men engaged
'. with fhall tbe front!" Brandon black, without an ornament to belied the faith of its inventor, or that he a'many a ffty. in Jefferson; totobaco in Walton, and ex-ofiicio have a in the of the law
and command power
fate calm serene, good
':!' replied; "or, at least, as near there as ;you though bearing, her regal marks of deep suffering, was wanting in dicriation in the and thee entrre desirable class of wages citizens to crops generally in Wakulla, Walton The following cmp" capiW' to cnfdenc peace and, therefore, demandtbe :
very committee
notfarfiom But for
can There will be rome place :
get. selection of his Rosa.
J and Santa
him without smile almost abolition law of the of
a by practice
looked industrious honest
but men
':Y. our lines \\bere I can Jeave you she without upon expression. the idea is not new. The bottle wit its a none From deficient rainfall the reported injuries P.,Gorman, Maryland; William F. Sheehan throwing standing armies"of irresponsible
: in enf I don't v\ant to leave you j ct. divining Each plant has the latest New York B. B. Smaller; Vermont 0
ety. of
% :: Was it vision? Was ha still disturbed hanging string is suggestive are employed _are to okra in Lee connty; to.bay, ; men around mills and factories'and upon

t'U'ou'l believe, it. by his old delirium? The windowswere pendulum, of whic the Latin historians improved mahiner and their daly',- pindars, potatoes and fodder in Sumter; ; )f. W..Ransom, North Carolina; our'railroads in times of labor disputes.
:: merted the embrace. open to the breeze from the river of fifteen years ago spoke pct i immen to crops generally in Hitlsborou, O ce- B. To Cable, Illinois; E. C. Wall, Wisconsin

rceived. after the that relieved the heat; he looked out reverently, and the divining rod is use pr a ready sale. ole and counties. Run conditions ; Josiah Quincy, ,Massachusetts.; : Trial. 3

'Al'his occurred some days of that day again, and assured himself that this was to-day in certain hands with great success. C were beneficial in putnam W..F. Harrity, Pennsylvania.Jjnmlrrattoa .Alexander Bergman, the anarchist, wbt 4Jfel
:i May. On the night really Vicksburg, and not the creation ofa location of minerl lodes. following was made to the gape and the attempted to anaaiinate C..Frickwai
!. .a Confederate on guard behind the works Returned in the the The appeal to rice, potatoes/peas,
i distemoered fancy. bi eyes Commercial Advertiser.OmlG boards of commissionersby in Lee of| Rhrea hearing in the police office ofha
: discovered a body lying up the steep inclined still New York several county ripening of mangois ; ripening Southern Stfttei. a
.. face of the part where he watched to that the glorious creature presence of Ms; i hopes wa, his the Florida! State Press association, i.1 pears and pulling fodder in Alacbua;'tc I ;jafl'at.Fittaborg, Pa., Friday afternoon
that there; fruit unanimously adopted at tbc in the northern oi A New York dispatch says:' .The and held for trial at the September SAL-
., ::1. near to the top one was near him. He essayed t the shore of the crop a resolution the Lay crop part .p '
.:' .e thrown up'and rested there. prayer but ,she motioned him to remain In t, apricots, prices rent Itetln at Gainesville:' "Recog Sumter, and to crops' generally in Columbia peal made b mebat.ote; ion la tHOOObaiL ,

\ Yank got pretty far before he rise, have gone up in espy dys and or- necessity for immediate DcSoto Alachua Clay coun. ,torn, the .te ,dow,i
nizing ,
: :. Tat Y te imprativ' A TALI.CT BBIADSTCTFB."Half jt
held their there U haying effect in and i
/ leate WDO
yon not very strong yet 'cIt ae'gtt is to avail heisell tits.! 0 it 0' '0 SO '_ SJ'0
C1IAPTEK XV. she said, in the fam'liit' voice few *. Aprct whica per pound wer or ') of the unequalled opportunity afforded 'I heamount of rainfall ringed from TO Scotland, \a lag of Immigrantsarriving 0 a loaf is'better than a wbol4
a days ago
W. DIVIDED. 0 thrilled hi through. "Yot
: yTor. many days the existenceS fOU ? ," \ .- ton' for f3Q per ton now bring 55'.' thowioff the world her matcblew ,. to Tarpn. .Spring .-bicola, Franklin GaUia started.Tuesday for South' Q1 wife's finfcv

; .tCale folowi as a troubled, -Know yon?-Miss Montfrd-Ieabel- wit a corresponding lue Jn pnla tot t a -and oU It. -i ;.ndk..th.

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i F ii ( NTVaELEGRjPH. m.. C.. lu Says t. "- .' "'1J .. '. -Qur- 'B.I8i.D s: Mejt.T1iE '*1 1 j Ill: : the Couutry.. I W, H. RIVERSGENERAL I II STERNBURG & eO

; k .. .I say now as I eo.kiii my first letter on1 TELEGRAPH has: many sub- ..Miss DATFOOIU-- 1 ITRUB.r
? I O such exQuixlte I jesvomiaes 1! What ioyely ,
t 4 -PUBLtSHEDWEEKLY AT tiis| subject, and have constantly repeated, gcribers outejd.e'the state who tafce I oleanders! DE.'LEU 11I ,
f: *ttRELBR.DFORDCOUNTLFLORIDA. we need reform, but inside the party; 1 low rvyeet the violet flowerletr upon those large '..-
1 .. v die paper solely for the sake ofg2Jin-1 1 leaved $ems! .
.I.e. there is no use to gooulside.for it. I am What Venus cheeked peQc.'hEsalidlragnnt twin. I -

-. .t Editor-and---WEBB.Pubjlther. fully in in home accord matters with that any rtform may be movement presented ing an andneighborhood inferential knowledge i in advanceof of onriown And"charming inj corn woodbinds.field h\80tt-baugh ra I.:- shrub. that close ho MERCHANDISE Wholesale and Retail Dealers In J

SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A "E&It.Rlere4 .
: r but we owe our first allegiance to location or investment here. For
FAnoJl.'J'hem :-
our common country; the defeat of the their benefit well as for Rtav-at- yaller-Jes'ming flowers nfr pizener than pRY GOODS,
.. According to Act f Coffretsinf .. .1STARKE
L ';e I\nt OJife. Starkf. Fla.. an Second democracy in this presidential election strychnine General Merchandise
home county subscribers, who can Eating oleander leaves wilt kill a boss outright; .
Jax* Matter. means ruin to our fair southland if it Thom tobacker leaves when cured make a frfst NOTIONS, .
I-- not keep pace with our rapid growth rate chaW. but
r- does not endanger tlw' liberties of pur Thom dogfennels I wish was.clean out o'sight. FLORIDA.

'Jln 7ICKET. whole country. It means the endorsement and occasional business. changes, we HOOTS, '
For Prcscdcnt- of the infamous Lodge force bill. present below ;a p.ht; in type which' Hiss DU'JI'ODILI I 1'-
: Majestic orange trees, with dark green glossy I Staple and Faccy.JT g i
GROVER CLEVELAND. Arc our people willing at this crisis to gives the relative location of all spheres SHOES c

desert their and follow these old And verdant cotton field with flowers. white' and OOwi It Oj conceivable article. :
4: : For Vicc-PrcsWcul: party stores, shops, etc., west of the rail red! Any '
,. t political hacks who, failing in their am- How cute those little mammals, so deligently GROCERIES.Starkc -
; delving kind of Provender
bitions in the old parties, are willing to Along that vine clad sweet potato bed! Any

: For Governor: pull down the pillars of the temple of liberty Fla. Feed Hay
for Live Stock.
itself to their desiresfor
satisfy unholy
Hit's the bolls of the cotton brings cash to the
For Justice Supreme Court: power and pelf They are following E: : d. o. farmer. Sheriff's Sale. Largest

ft. FEN WICK TAYLbll. Fred. Marlin & Co. : : t3 g : =Ii And picking It out does almost break my back. and by virtue of an execution dated Dry Goods Millinery tock
the tactics of the old-time secessionists, by Merchants. : CIC Here purpl Rzp the boats onten the garden! UNDER 9, 1803. issue'l out of the circuit court Intown.

working their nefarious schemes among : : 5r.. 0 If weather was cooler I'd.kill the whole' darn. 4th judicial circuit in and for the county of Brad
For Secretary of State: :: : 00 4 0 pack. ford. In a certain cause therein pending whereinN. sizes
rTruby. FnmiaJjJng Goods, all styles, and price
: ;
our men. inflaming their exitable under the
JOHN L. CRAWFORD. young W.Hackett, doing business name
minds with their tales of the : : Stl'rnburg & Miss DAFFODIL of Bradford County Bank, was plaintiff and Clothing .
oppressionsand wa.. : : Co How peaceful. is the. herd reclining on the greensward James L. Frazee and Comer L. Peek were defendants Call! and satisfy yourself. 4
t; For Attorney-General: wrongs of the old parties. It be- : : MerchantsHelbergE'r I have levied upon and will sell in front -.

WILLIAM B. LAMAR.For t : : In gratetul shade of lIi\mbregiant pines! ci the court house door in the town. of Htarke In For Farmers, Builders. Phosphate Miners. and :,,--f,
hooves the elder of the party's men, who Richard : : How chic those spiral curves that royal trunk said county Bradford., to the highest bidder for

I ". voted the ticket before the Merchants : : I3ank.THOMPSON. encircle. cash on theFirst __ Hardware
Comptroller: democratic .. ... .. : .. ;.. .. And see that little soiurrel,how. upon the conesit Monday in September, A. u. u IIfJ, also Stoves, Ranges. Cooking Utensila etc. jj
; 'J:. WILLIAM D. LOXnA 1. present rotten republican party had evena dinesl the same being the 5th day of said month and a

name or place in American politics, to ....... ...... .............. that legal day ale tbe day,following during the lands legal situate hours in of the sale coun-on To suit pny ta te and any pocket. Also all ,:

For Treasurer: look well to this matter and J W Andrews .. : W F Edwards FARMER ty of Bradfnrd,state of Florida described as follows Furniture
CLARENCE B. COLLINS. inauguratesome Livery Stable' : : Fruits, etc. Cattle must be peaceful, else we sell 'em to the : North half of lot nine (9), section eighteen kinds of other House Furnishing Qoodg, 'J.
plan to counteract it. (Clubs should butcher. (18), township five south of range twenty
be in neighborhood where M L Johns : SparLman & .Co. And that twisted pine the thunder couldn't split. east;and northeast quarter of southwest quarterof
: .f'pr Superintendent Pjib'ic J:1.trpcton'. fprmecl every Barroom : Barroom Thjm blamed squirrels now my roastin'yearaair section fifteen township six south. of range

W. N. SIIEATS. our young men can be properly instructedin eating, twenty east; and southwest quarter of northeast
pure ucmocialic principles and party O M Alvarez '. : L B Powell If all were dead I wouldn't care a bit. quarter of section twenty-seven township six PRICES ,

for Commissioner, of Agriculture: discipline, and it tlnuld: be done now. Heat Market : Meats, Groceries REI'ORTER.o south and of range twenty twenty acres,east more containing or less; also one hundred th.- BEST GOODS LOWEST

: WOMBWELL.Presidential The enemy is woikicg day and night in Wm N Melj.hun : :: Starke Drug. Pronoupced Homeless. Yet Saved. southeast quarter of northeast quarter, north ,
f.yciys p.
lib club rooms, vyhile we sit idly by. Let Confectionery Store west quarter west half of southwest quarter '
4 From a'letter written by Mrs. Ada. E, 17
southeast of southwest southwest
us to work form our clubs get out quarter
get ,
i, Electors: J W Hicks : : Morgau.BrosStationery I llurd of Grotnn. S. t>., wo quote; "was quarter southeast quarter, and northeast
T. M. ) I our campaigu literature, get men to subscribe Barber : : -3. I taKen with a bad( cold, which settled ennjv quarter of southeast quarter of section seventeen -
for the TELEGRAPH and other true :. :: i S Lungs, rough set in and finally terminated township seven south. of range twenty FOR YOUR STYLISH AI I I TURNOJf J r i
|J. B. BLACKWELL, democratic ps.ners, that they may keep : : tnj i in Constu 111 ltln. Four doctors east containing four hundred acres.titles.more or leIS ,

.. P. MAXWELL. posted on public events; for this has developed 10' D HolUngsv-ortb : J Alvarez : gave me up saying I could live but H Terms cash purchasers 9 paying fur P.S. CREW

W.N.THOMPSON.Platfoiu into :i campaigu of deceit on the Boots and Shoes : : MerchantWALNUT e. short time. I >ravo tm self up to my Aug.5. I92. Sheriff! Bradford Co., Fla. SADDLE HORSES

purl of our enemies, and we must keepour .. ... .. .. ..... .... Saviour determined jf I could not stay !

t. people thoroughly posted in their cv- ST with my friends on the earth i would Election Notice. .

of People's Party. cry movement. ....... ....... ....... ........ meet my"bsept omj above. My husbandS WHEREAS The legislature of 1831 under the

If;, l;as been vrcll' saM that! there is no The party." although a resident of :: advised to get Dr. King's New Dis- constitution of Sb5, of the state ot Florida, did] For Ladies' and Gentlemen's RidingC

Pine Hill precinct. attended our districtmeeting W. H Rivers : T A Knight covery for Consumption, Coughs and pass a joint resolution proposing an amendment
demand for a new party unless the new Merchant' : : Merchant Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all, eight] to the constitution of the suite <>f Florida '
with the inevitable satch-
"yaller And the same w as agreed to by u vote of three- ac..d JJ
party has some new and distinctive principles hollies it nas cured me, and thank GodI
el" slung over his shoulder but whatever Walter Will : : Pr J LOaskina fifths of the members elected to each house: that

to announce, und usber it into existence party secrets were locked therein were Merchant .: C' .: Drug Store Trial am 'now bottles H fieo well r.t and Staike hearty Drug woman.L'o'store on the their vot:jjn respective said joint journals J"t'tolutioa7a with*the entered yeas and up TEAMING OF ANY KIND GO TO :

and that new piinciple or piinciplcs resi-ivcd for;licir own meeting. I am J\V Hodges : E N. Y. Auction regular size. .vv* and ?l.rti.' 4 nays thereon nnd they did determine and direct ,

should be found iu its platform. afraid that our friend "The party" is de Merchant : : Store that the sail joint resolution hI' Mii-nutU-d to the
veloping bad GISC of "Elephantiasis ofthcczuput" ; --c4.- -- elertoi s of the state n t the poierui l election to I IC & Co.'s Stables.
I r Looking at the platform ot the people's : the leadership is too big i a U D Miner : X J Jones ShallUbcsaiillIi.it! lime great state of held in each county ;In Flol.itl:1.Tues.lay. J. W. Alvarez Livery .
Jeweler ; : MerchantTELEGRAPH' On .next sucetiIing the first Jlonlay in "
1 puny as adopted In the state convention thing for him to "tote" aud. keep his normal Florida hasn't Mill'cirK! Mate pride or )ttoLer.l:1"J'. .

4 in Jacksonville, we do not find a se:( of condition. M. C. L. : : public spirit lo taiwj; f2(0 000 for Florida I the said TiH-.sdtty II lug the 4th day of Hioswi1 Finp Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drivers Draft
: : Printing Office October. ''!\<- said jo.nt; iesoluti rea-.ls ItS f.ll.1 4:t
new distinctive principles to justify its III i exhibit when by lrinjr s<>, she can secure lows: I Animals and Vehicles for any kind of Hauling. ..<' :

r: prg.inijation, and iu the absence of anything The Air Lake A. Frier Butler, who Mass was chairman Meeting.of JWAIvarezCo Livery Stable : :: CLPeekInsurance $00,000:; in cash front outside parties? Sect'on 2 of Article ARTICLE X ofthofonstitutioiiirt T. i I( GOOD STABLING AS} FEED FOR YOU HORSES. LOW ii-:

: of that kind this new-funglcil party's A. hi. ilurdlyVe! La\o faith to believe that hereby amended MI ns lo n.ad IIR follow: ''lhv '
the Secon; district; convention, for reaS- : : A K Moitt exemption provided 'cr in Section I ot rticip X ; CHARGES. PROMPT ATTENDANCE. -f."i iI.
platform! out with a blatant 1e, : : CarriagesCFAnan: the boards of county missiouers will of the constitution of Florida shall inure to tin. ,I

yeH} |It claims to adhere to the principles ons liLOw'n ooly to himself, but surmisedby E; t generally u-ppoiid to Commissioner Jaek- widow and descendants inthe! ot the puity vntitlti viz! In i STABIES OPPOSITE MITTS CARRIAGE FACTORY STARKE, FLA. tJi
I others the recommendationof such exemption following proportion :
r.f Thomus Jefferson. The democratic : ignoring : : Gun Smith sou's appeal. i iI One-half tiureot to the widow if there boa I <
the county executive committee, called : widow, and tin reman'm half to ;
And republican parties arc baser] on antagonistic W W Snpp : : A V Br l kmyer the .hiU or children! and h.n: or tltirdesceudjr.tj. AND PENINSULAR 1
for a primary to elect delegates to the Boots and'Shoes I ..tbe latter t.Kihg the i.kteiv: ; FLORIDA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
ideas in theory "f government Merchant : -i: .... ...... U1l'il'j i ,
.. ............ ...... parent ovbarents would takeifaie.! If there '
convention 28. J. L. Hill
mid practice of policy-the one representing county July as be no ihiu, children or df.srcndants then; the I I FLORIDA TRUNK LINE. SHORT liNE .-\x
chairman of the county executive committee I East of the railroad we have the YMM exemption shall fuure lo the u,lotv.if there h*> I 7
and West Mobile
: home-rule or slates' rights economy no vilai;! ;p.ovide'l, in SecUon-i oc tl.i article. Tf To all points in South. Middle Florida New Orleans t nd the Southwest.
had issued call for 4th but Direct connections to all points Northwest andNortbeast. Elegant new coaches. ''
:i Aug.
Kleiuschmidt -
: in the administration of government audH Commercial hotel, J there Le no widow tht u the exc-iuption shi.ll inureto Route from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of sleeper.. ;
ihedescendantsot'tiienartx cut it1et thereto .
concluded to call in this notice and
strict con lluclion of the constitution wisely propiietor; the Kentucky house, J ,nit' MI< A c-xuirtions; fLallai,}l.v to oil (lc'ts: via Montice and Thomas villa J
11MK CARD in oirect June 12, 1882. ;
meet the third partvitcs on their own call P ecc;- aisr-eciflcd in Sect on 1 o. f.aid article." ;I
: limiting the power of the general govern- and down tlicm in the first round and R Martin, l'I'., S 11V ells, sewing New therefore Lot., '-f aacii drteru12atica1 :3 | --.SOUTHERN DIV'N.l JT .I 10 I 2 |WESTERN DiV'N L55P1OIaL.v i "P" T

\\nclti; whilst the latter represents concentration is hereby {rven. with tI,'' 1'3a"wlg! tructioiis: Kernandma 35ip 9-1't I flOp 7X>ftLv Jacksonville Ar 8 80 p 120 p .
thus settle tie question of supremacy in machines, G \\ Young, general metal Any cWlor desiring: to. vole at ru.h election 71Splli.VaLvR40i Callahan Ar 233p230p T:0a I. 840p 733aLv Baldwin Lv 7Mpl301p
of power in the general government in fiirC'rqf tlsesal'-l ai..eu Jiaent stiali have Wiittcn /.ll 13r. I.v J.cksonviI1e Ar (Ii I--f''a .II2a 853aAr lake City Lv 631p 9 20 a
Co.'slumber -
high taxes with a lavish expenditure district No. 2. Thursday morning the worker, and'll I..umber or printed on the same ballot\vliichthe 9::35 p 11 M p Lv Baldwin I.v 1 45 p 5 !"> a I 12 U n. 941aAr Live Oak Lv 540p 8 00 a.a .
names of the jierson or persons voted for for any LvIi4Ta 4 31 I Ar Suwannee Lv
third party men were on hand in full H17p 17pAr Starke a3ila Spes
of public money, and a latiiudinous yaid.IJesides office or offices at said election are written or 'J'-'Ja SS'J-jAr Hawttorpe I.vHZt1a I 211al040aAr Madison Lv 4 39p 6 95 a c.'
force not n !single wan missing but the printed. and on the Fame side thereof as such I 4 a.) Monticello Lv 32
the above town has 1 1)5) & 251 pAr Citra LvllOlaSilver 8 44 a all53pAr p 4 30 a .
construction of the constitution to cnublo
names are written or printed the words"For the I 510 '
sn: pAr Springs Lv 9.i0a a 45pAr Tallahassee Lv 145p 310 a745a .
had idle
n it to carry into effect its measures organized democracy not been ; several\ bpaiding houses and F J Amendment and any elector desiring to vote 2 14 a 3 41 p Ar Ocala Lv 10 14 A t4dB 3: pAr Quiney Lvl247p 120a ,
by 11 the streets were swarming with unadulterated apajnbt said amendment shall have written or 705pAr Homosassa Ly 7 00 a i 8 CO a 4 50 p Ar River Junction Lv 12 08 p U 01 a .
doubtful authority. printed on such ballot,on the side thereof above 8 43 1",30 I 6 >pllCOpAr Pensacola Lv 880a S43&2WaAr
Field mason and pla&tpver; K L 5 00 a 5 14 p Ar LeesburgTavares Lv a p i
for the the words "Against the Amendment"'fhe
democracy real y fray. prescribed 545a 5pAr Lv 8 14 a 910p Mobile Lv 110 a ;
&.}$ new-fangled party in its platform The hall of the old court house was Adams, contractor and builder, $ AK and votes declaration cast on this and qut'Slioshall return thereof be shall canvassed be 8(III> a Ii 3'.1 pAr Apopka Lv 7&4 a 6 3G P I 7 4: a Ar New Orleans Lv 830 P :;
demands lot of political rubbish in accordance 9 SO a 7 10 p Ar Orlando L6 00 a 5 15 p I 111'0 a Ar St. Louis Lv 140 P ;
filled with the largest assemblage of earn II Powell, cabinet maker, and J J made by board theinspcctors.au and by the state 4 by ccmv&l'a.ing the county boardin canvassing 3S-ia 415pLv Wildwood Lv 9 8a12:0p 1 445pAr Chicago Lv 2OOpFICRNAXDINA "
with\ principles 515 a filopAr PadeCity Lv 30pr.30a AND CUMBLRLANnaOUTg630a .
est men, squarp democrats that has becu the same manner and at the times as votes castor .,
enunciated by Thomas Jefferson and ad- Rhimes expre- rnan.: persons for offices at said election are requird 719pAr PI\ntCity Lv 810 9I7pI I > I I.m. j I i el I ir y430p .'
Lv 5JO; ) a
here for llr. Filer 7 50 a Si'OpAr TampaWaldo p 1'
seen many years law to be canvassed declared and returned
Ijvrcd to by Andrew Jackson, John 0. Machinist and inventor, Willis A by 2 COp Ar Lv 11 42 a 9SOaLv Jacksonville Ar 310p 8Ma <
Tn attention of the sheruTs is called to the law
called the meeting to order, and calledJ. ? 2 33 p Ar Gainesville Lv 11 13 a 55'Jpii Ice Ar P'ernaudlna Lv ISOp 730a
- 1 Pure. them to cause a notice of the said election
Calboun, aud all true democrats" as it Hal I. Absolutely requiring
620 pAr Cedar Key Lv 7 SO a 530 P Ar Brunswick Lv 1100&
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"" M. Molt to the chair. Stepping to the to be published In anewI'paperprinted io the I

UccJwcs, of which the following is a Mr. Flier stated that he then and Brick manufacturer, L C Hull.! A of tester l powder. Highest of county there be a paper in the county and if Trains oa Southern division! lena Archer daily except Sunday a S 3:40 p,m. for Wfllktonfl ;
front cream >aki'-s county
f upecimen: "A national currency safe. there be no paper publUbed the they Early Bird \nd Eagle Mine: leave Eagle mine daily except Sunday, at 4:30 a.m.for Archer and J I
U. Governnyntfood
there wished to sever !his connection with Our vpal estate men. are, Troby & all in Icaveumjj streugth.-Lafct 6' shall cause at least five copies of this notice to be I intermediate doint Train leaves Oviedo and Winter Park daily except Sunday. Leaves Ovtod
sound and flexible, issued by the general lieport. posted in the most public places in the county. I also daily, at 8 30 a m: Winter Park nt 8 37 a m, arriving at Orlando Sam;leaves Orlando datoat% 'ffi
"free and unlimited the democratic organization and tendered Davis, C L Peek, S F Gardiner.; ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co., 103 Wall St., N. Y. IS TESTIMONY WHEREOF have her'eupto I p nrnripg Winter Park 5 23 p m;Oviedo lip ni. ,'E
government, coinage his chairman of the district set my hand and have hereunto affixed the I Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati and Ta.mpaaud Jacksonville and Tampa and Jacksonvd .
resignation as
of silver "amount of circulating medium Resident dentist, J 0 llaynes. great seal of Florida. at Tallahassee the I and New Orleans. 4r
convention, which was promptly accept STARKE DRUG COBIP'Y capital this 2d day of June, A. D. 1892. I Trains on the Fernandina and Ciiraberlan.l route leave Jacksonville and Fernandh**. daily ..
speedily increased to not leas than $50 :Physicians. L Scott, J L Gas- I I' OES T,, CgA FOjin, I except Sunday. Connects at Fernandina for Dungennets. Cumberland Island,JekyllaUtd
cd. Copt. Edwards took the floor. as he P. S. CuE8. Secretary of State. Cumberland and
< Brunswick, forming the route. making connections lop Macon. Atlanta. Qt'
1'0""a iucnrue "tax., said, to vindicate his friend Frier antI explain kins, Tate Powell lI!, E L Stewart, E C Sheriff of Bradford County. I I nooga and northern and western point. Si nday train leaves Jacksonville 8 40 a in. makesCuittL w fl'H ti
establishment of "postal savings banks." Ifi now )located next to the Pot July, 1. lS9A-3m I land route connection. Leaves Fernandina 5 p in. arrives Sacksonville S IS p m. Pullman slerosr'/' ";
his own actions but instead went Morton.Lawyers. I cars Brunswick to Atlanta and Atlanta Cincinnati and Nashville. ,J- .

.; seizure and forcible ownership by the off into a rumbling third party speech -Thos E Bngtr, L 1>, Office, where the public can find a Notice.Six I I For information see agent, Ticket oH';?L 83 W." Bay street, cornar Hogan Depot foot of 1 '

ovcrnment of railroad, telegraph and months after date I will present my accounts I I1oganftreet. Jl1ck..onvill A. O .MacDo'lQII.1GtD.f.. &.T.A.' ;
,' telephone companies not one of which Hey. Proctor here made a point of order Rhode, J T Wills, J L Frazee, C ISurvevorsR full, clean stocL. of" fresh3IEDICIXES. and vouchers the lion Wm. F. Mel N. S. lEX\IN'GTU'- c Manager. -
that \e hud mt for a specific: purpose]I pburf county judge in and for the county of I j
% questions was ever heard of in tLc days of l\'c. Bradford and state of Florul.i as administratorof
ant! lit to form a third party This tha estate of John W. l BuMmell deceased for SUMMER RATES. ;

: the gnat men whose names are mentioned caused a wrangle, but Mr. Hill aiosc and F l-Jnacy anII, I E final settlement and ask for- a ttna\!\discharge I "
above.' Now this new-fangled VGS, fr.oiu said administration. -
party nominated M. L. McKinney for permanent Lagergrcn.The : A. TV, BIDOLE THE ( EORGIA SODTH KN AND PLOK1DA R. i ia now pr x
going on, shows its with the I May 7,1892.6m Admlnlhtrator.
agreement chiunvuu. This; brought out a WIld above i is, we should think, a ad. I paring rates for the travel} out o-f Florida tt. nil summer resorts, which
in principle when it de-
republican party ,
democratic yell, and amid the excitementMr. good showing for a town of 1000. Notice.All I will shortly be placet on eale.
clsr in favor of what it calls "manhood
s McKinney rushed to the front and the TOILET ARTICLES, persons indebted to the estate of ClarenceC. I This line is the shortest and fastest out of Florida, carrying the Vet.
the of which that If one has been forgotten in '
suffrage meaning is. any Bryan late of Bradford county,deceased I
declared "1 am a democrat standing will come forward and settle tie oaxtf at once, India mail to all points west and northwest. Trains arrive and depart

if oonfTcai should confer fie ,ballot oa a squarely on the national and talc plat list it ha.!. been. unintentionally. sPEYrAcLFsTRUssEs. t-tc. and all persons having claims against said eat\Lj Sroni union depot in Palatka an-! l\la( on. Connection made with all line

I r.ulc, and the.state policy &1I.o\d\ seek to -- .-. will present them duly authenticated, within
: \ forms and I wibh all to so understand "Tit nla the time'J"t'scribl.'C1 by law,or the same will he I in Macon with the vestibule limited for the Carolinas, Virginia and th* !
restrict the ballot to the exercise of intelligence plead in bar of their recovery. I
the wtiuld who vole. for int.*' The vote was takfii Those nhose every day cares do not sn The Pn'scriplioll department is under A. L. vox KIRX. east, and. with through sleeping car lines for resorts in Tennessee, Ken. 9

: favor: .the policy new-fangled('I the mule party voting aud and the democratic convention vas o? holly: enjjiOSS their minds as to not let the immediate control of Jin. R. P. _June._17, !.-*.r.---.St_.- \dDlini tr.ltlOr.- -. L i tacky and all points north and northwest. Sleeping cars between Palatka'

endeavor to vote thu mule und here in gamzed for business. J. C. Byrd and M. their imaginations take a flight and nssis JOINER, who has hail 20 years' experience In thA t'ornty Jufljre's (ourr. Kradtord County, and Macon. Trains leave as follows: Palatka, 5 40 a. in. and 8 15 p. 'L -a

S&inmon with the icpublican; i>arly.i (J.: Levy were elected secretaries and 27 their senses iti i ppreciatiui the beautiful All 1 prescriptions careful ly and accurately r.)' the State Judge oj,Florida.' said; Court I Hampton, CL51 a. m. aud 9 37 p. IAI., Lake City, 8 03 a. m.. a.ld 10 55 p. ra. A

Delegates appointed the Starke convention on occasions, had u feast last Friday night filled day or night. Store open Sunday JiTfixising prubiic jurisdiction. I A. P. KNAPP, Traffic Manage JAMES I'JENrtS, G favors repeal of the poll lax
u as a pro In the matter of the su frestion of insolvency of ."
to the exercise of the right of Aug. 11. Capt. Edwards arose and : while seeing the charming drama, "Titama fr'm 1 :30 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. the estate of Henry F'. Y"ork.tlr'celUlcd. tiled by .
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called all who wished to form a peopled '' Starkc Fla. I \V. T.\\"f't'ls.n"millistratorofsaitlestate.! t1kWMi V- I N
suffrage; it aluo favors repeal cf the or, The Butterflies' Carnival. The WHEREAS, W. T. Weeks administrator of EAST TERM and

: p.irty: to rctire to another hall for that purr actors were 35 handsome children in costumes mch25 of Henry F.York late of Brad- Ui UIC
4 election laws of the sUtu the effect of ford county,State of Florida deceased, has this _
ttUich would\ be ,to favor dominance Pse. II-i was followed by 30 or 40 men to rcpieseulchainctcrsi i il fairyland.:' IT IS A DUTY yon owe yourself and fam. day filed in uiy ortlce n. su$ rstion of the Insolv
und My to get the beet value for your money. cncvof said eate;
; ignorance; it demands iu one breath "10- boys and niarchcd out amid laughter Those whose parts included speaking or Economize. L. In your footwear by purchasing'JV. These ere therefore to notify wul ndmonsh:
which the
and good-natured: jokea. singing were Ms-Emma Alvarez, beiit value for prices Shoea asked aa represent tho.iadiwin all persons lit lding claim-i against said estate to
cal self and in the queenof
: : government, next asjx file the in ,
same my office duly authenticated on SCHEDULES DA5LY TRAINS IUElrrCT
The audience listened to some gOytl th f fauies! Darby Oaskins Puck ttjE the 29th d.iy of 18 S OF
state organization prescribius; a state ? ; ; NO SUBSTITUTE.THE I or by Jam.u-y A. D. on
democratic speeches by J. W. Nichols and which day there Will! he a pro i distribution of jlirii 12S&. IS
: policy, it proposes to interfere with "local Vasco Alvarez ogre;. Archibald Johns I the assets belonging to, said estate, among the ,

14Ct! ." demands others. J. L Hill gave us a latlliugdemocratic prince; Joo Truby, Motli) ; Eva Truby.: qtIiir .!' creditors of the same. .... .' ---. -- --' -- = : ="
mcn\ the "re- -- z'l
:uret and Witness hand and seal of court this the 9th .,,. ,: ... -1
my .
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talk such as only he can give.D. ; .A'DI ''7p'l: _"._ :.Li ___-.ixyir_ : >* .' t .** v9:
ot butterflies. Then (here were G day of July .\. D. 1'J2. -t
of House Bill and all like queen ,
peal 2a.{ 4 IcgisUtioti
,; SEALl)1.. L JQclt"-.n.iil.- J:::'p..7; -f.>> >. i7 L.c.k.onvsi) : rtt'.sI
[ F.
which is local question affecting B. ji'it was :appointed fill thevacancy or 7 fairies the same number of butterflies July 13, i822. MALPIH-HB. .V C.<..!'i..).. ( '. 1'i,,i'i.v! '.---.'-','-,C---t-. I j I. r.V-; Ar".\Ii.l'1. i't I .i".,t S:.
County Judg
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in the crickets. and Lv Vajcryi* 'i I'! .y: t'- "tV"3Xrf: 1'bLvJ
: <- the city Jacksonville} alone and should congressional delegation grah-hoppeis rig s, o ----- '!:? .... .. I ,. : ;'.1>'.' :tp. .. .... .. F[ .I.."...'o.(...... .. ;..,: .. j I sr. TW>,< 4
7 caused by the withdrawal from the party gnomes with long while canIs.t1l.lWlg' I I Notice of Election.TO Aron-------- ,I .l"..,'.., ..r...'..CC.i ..... I ,'..I.: .l..t.'. :. '1-- I. 54" .I CUU n". -,0.4-.
pot IHJ iuterfereil w'th by state nctiou. if sweetly terrible iu they caught the butter- ...- I I the Sheriff .r Bradford L'r".', c" ,.,, ... ::. ..., ,.,. .. ,. I I .. I s ....,!.I, ,: -t.xi.;.'H..! .. .'o't-"r'. a_...aAr '
Stats .It. .
of W. II Edwards. x-\. : ( county, of ... .. I ,. t.. .. ., ,.......... -. I' ..
\Lu ilu lrine of. "local self government" is flies with long cord and brought them '' Florida: ."t..1.. :r.r. ; .I." I. I"'i- 'q. '. ; "'1 "",,.IIt.. .: ..
L' ".
Now Ivl distilct follow N 2. KNOW that I ) L. "";'... a. i- I.\- '. o.' .1" _" "r4..:..... .I.. .."".r. "
very: ( YE .JOII= L. CRAWFORD See- I : "
The"rl'\I "crickets"and
Pu I
before ;
l he l and this ? ; s. 4s.WI. .. I ,
Iu respected: finally ncw- ArCLt4r.O. : \ 1. .. . ::I' tOO"t
r'a .r"I\ "
*>. meet tbis the treshold and looked realistic !.-.ta.ry. of State for the State of Florida. .' ; .. .'._ .. _. .." ., ... ,
heresy at very "jrniiblioppcis" quite L. _11._.. > [ -"I.I : t.: f. ..' .-. ,, ...!_.. : ,
r ? funglcd party goes right straight into endorsement I d.liereby give notice that a1b"cI'aJ ,_. ....... .. .. .. .; -rl'f .I''I'-. .
well tIi in their iiMics. and r : Ar"urs... .. .. > 1'r. .. .. .. ... .. .: .. .I..t. 1. #=
slump it nut at once. Let it bg fairly, iu make-up u : Election I .I I- ; .
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of the republican doctrine ofaiZ amused t he spectators bcyouri;;iy.uiv.But Wili be held in Bradford cciujfr.. State of Florida, Ar-i..i.. .. .-. .:. .:. : -: '" .I--------. .. ...... ; .zll. ;" '
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that J.V :I' !: .L. '" .a .. .. '
wo to
have no compromises l'T.i. :. "
little their on Tuesday n-st succeeoiBtf the First : ::. .. ., .. I I .. -r 0 & i.aTi.aa.
nil the .
; \ \\ protective taiiff. The people's partythen actors played purls II Moisdav in October A. D. 1-&J, the _'..---:2.. :.._. ._lL:,.;, ';-:; '-7t: ; ,
i :
make an< tliat! nothing will so effectuallykill wen much butler than ',. _. .. ... .. .';,:; '. ; .[ . ,a'h'.p :
V in its platform advocates republican thoroughly grown said Tuesday being the L- I _r.11.. .... ". .. '1- ." .' .! .'--, ... .. 'I .1I....r.'. .1.. .n....r.- -.. ... -u.-." l2-t. "_,,
off a candidate for any office as n ones generally! do. as they were content to FOURTH PAY OF OCTOBER .: :. i"r, .1.: IO'ri.. __. ..,. .. .2_ _: ;.' -r..I". j. .. i .1' I; : : ",
anti claims that Jefferson. I I.
0 meaburce. Jack- that third simply follow instructions. Luuglm-r! and For A Governor of the state of Florida. Lv <.'U3" 'O:' .. .;.tl.l'i..- : ,. .-..,>- -. -.. J.... 'c.Ar .":, .'..",'. L. I. i'
: 5on and Calhoun aie its authority for the suspicion the party is. "set t.ing the audience For one Justice of Supreme$ Court, of Florida. !!"M .!h;. .. Ii.; :. !; ., .: ... :, ..t.l.I .;,; ..- --.--..-:- --. .-.--", -... 't'

., Correctness. ... of the doctrine. What a up the pins" for him; that.there can. be no applause each from. other delighted all through the succeeded per- I I.For For an a.Secretary AU l"tlt' ..GeUt'ral of State c*of the the 4ate state-A of Florida.Floild 1,',11 I 11I..11';s.':::i-------.. .,.."'.,I-------'m----. -z; ..... ., ...'_''. t.: I '...,:...:.. -. 'j-.t!C I ... .j"

straddle_ ir. this matter "he who is not form nce. The mll lc'II i-jtcellent. Fvr a Comptroller of the state of Florida. JtF ard' 'orvil elt.'rL. :;" ;"1 :1';.-':...:'." ; :.: :t..10I.... .-. ..... :(.I.1..m". .,. ..'.:'-.,-'" '-h.- ---7-J". :;.:,-t"li. : :
vhumelcts lie! Fur Treasurer of the of I J \." ) .c: I. 0- 1 I. ,, .,nk ii&
a st8 te Florida.For : ; : : .t > c. "', \> "I
I" "
-. u for us Is jigainsl us, is our war cry in Gross rccdpls over *43; net necj'.y'! $40. L1'DOLCLAS a Superintendent of Public Instruction of the Jad'SOD'.!;'; to...I .c.J '1f. .. ...-.: t.'J'.I. .. ) :'.'':, 'I. .Er' '4 .!. .,: .. ...,.Ir-.i.fnza.
be IJfor IInnI1Wll'clltc. ._:_, h__Ic.4_ m,'::.r.\ ...I- ti-'i.-- ;r-I.- .::, ..... ., f"a sh.e.er tll\
It is strange that these third pailviles this campaign and the man who is not to used in purchising a. new state ot Florida. "" .. c a I
_: tie l'rc iJytel laIr cliii rch. 53, SHOE CENI E\tEH For a Commissioner of Agriculture for the slate svr:1iLLL.: .I..C1JnSO'i TCLTa .W1htj'VtJ'' .ia S--tul.I..h. JCUC&n'On
should, continually, Seek clandestinely to with the organized democracy\\!\ nal be The I.thUl of Florida. sale (rain May IS to :e;t.' I.unitcJ t. Oct. 31, Sos. :ahd te 1. : t).t.I:..COa.UCCn:"it :
t nd
( a patll.'lIctl''ingtask
BEST SHOE ) Senator for loth I't'natoridistrict.! TO.ALL MUEU flESO1TS. 'the..R.lr."el..Jn.: .' .
obtain seats in, democratic conventions iccognI/JKdis< .a.democrat. If then. is a of training 05 l children for I his play A genuine sewed shoe, that will not rip flnae&lf. Fortwoiuejiibarsof! tho HotTse of Representatives t lllnformation rcb.tivetc:3..hotels etc.. cheerfully I Limited rates ta all fatter* />! ,

and show themselves guilty of the grossysl streak of .'uller"' in him he will be branded belonged so'ely to Miss Emma Truby. neamlees., smooth inside flexible 1 more comfortable furmshed. Every letter of 1nqulry answered in detaal. art till IOfr1 III bfanjall-wlli- ;
stylish and durable than any other shoe ever For a County Judge.
This accomplished young lady possseso-cs, sold at the price. Equals custom made For berth reserv-tuons rates foltlen etc.,apply to ticket throughout Florida or to.
Uiml. of political treachery whilst, at N. G. }1. C. r.. BhoMcottingg For ft (;terlc of the Circuit {otrt.FOI' azentd Block/jMksonirJle. JTa
I has not tromf&toJ Dist. Paw. Ap..8; West Bay Street, Astor
HS been i.bundaiilly proved only
the same Urn heralisR the ilemociatic'party < >| and 85 Hand-sewed,flnecnlfihoeg. The a 8hfritr.FOI" B.\V. WRENN. G. r.&T.A..KnonilJe.Tenn. CKAS.N. KIGHT.A.O.K A.,Atjanta,GV
? histrionic talent of a L& ..dr. ut perseverance 99 most ItYl1 h.euy and duraJble shoes ever old a Tax Assessor. .
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4 .' .. ._. ,. ,, : :2, ,
Naturalists say there i i.tu. bird called at the price. They equal fine imjorted shoes ccstInfromstotl2. For aTtn Collector.For -.(. .JI :; ; }..#k.
:; for polit\pul\ corruption.ll 41 and pluck. Our t4vn is proudof :t : "j.'O.l ,.
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a a Coun'y'fre:1san.r.Fora. I ...:.-.. .-, I. "..: ".. .a.. .. '. .;. lij/. .
the cuckoo which builds ,
s. never n nest of her. $ SOI'ollce Shoe worn by farmers and aU C..III.'IIJPrir..len" -lIt of I'ublii.Invr.e. I "' ai.- i- G. j I I't. .
,. ; ; v* others who want a good heavy calf three I : ,. _
exhibition o.
f .
Insincerity beck's tiou.ToraCou
an <;
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great its own butaiways to appropriate --- -- eo1ed.extml&IOD edgo u.boe eaG.1 to walk 1Ia,aDd will .

: and political hypocricy for men who have the nest of some other bird this latter dnypaily D..a2 u. Can' be Cured feet dry nnd-wftul. '.ty Surveyor.For I. .If.-tlli'! 1.#" .".
1e82tbe ,
; o riuc,Calf S2.25 and 8'l.00 W.l'k- u ;t .'t' tim Peer in and fo. tLe foilnw- .
always bvlouged to the republican party called the isa.t uy meal. upplic.iiioiis, as 1 hf'.'" c.iir.iot .Shoes will gvo more wear for mil U1.J Jiistk-o Dtrictf= ,')/. 1 ;? -
: party ( moa /than any other make. "They are made for aerTtee. No. ono, -! "\ zo Star!! V.I'f
.. reach the U lased >rti< ji Co 11t oar. .
: 4 to hitch on tu this third parly faction und. ies.of that political ornithology whi"h bus The'i: .IM ontrlnO.\vite iM tu cure Jft"fnss, b T found Tte increasing this oat. Bales-chow ibai wocklagnwa "" Two. He3.: jTanjrbfc! Ace..1ty.I,Addres- '

claim that they an: now_advocating prin- no nest of its own. and hencq always i and that is by >t.J.utlojiHi rctiitHlies.Deafno BOYfe .00'and are worn Vonth by Si.the 75 bon Sohootoes every. *. 'Jhree Four, ( President. fiashrilh.-Ttn*. \ '.

: '$iples enunciated by the founders of theDemocratic tryieg 10 get into. the position. occupied causixl' by au infl.tincd condition I ioo8t ervlceftble hoesoiaatUie ". I'hc.
of th niucoiiH. lining (itS the ICusUchan : LAdies' '!O M .' Six, .
k party, as j is notably the fact other parties.In I
by aremadeoftLtDcegoIaortnecaufa. Seven
When lui tube
tube. gets Nimee *
nflEfCM nnU/M/ men and women sufTjr Notice J Final Discharge 1
with some of he prominent third party. the boulh. those who have deserted iuiLunoil.1011 have a runi'iliiiRHOiinil or .. Thera.veryIbIh.con2tott.b2eaMdmshis. Nine Eight 6 IIUnLH UUIiiiiD? from any form of.CHRU ?

,? ites hi this county. from the democratic party to this imperfect hearing, and when it is enlirelj'clos from*Tbets.OOlIboe&..Ladles uaracutomlD&delboel who wlih Wewmfto in Ten tbei&filCtfcn, secure a viluabl? Six months after date I will apply to the county .
new Hlt deafness is the result. .\md 1111- $&belrfootwear finding this out. Eleven. Work on (sealed) five and! judge: of Bradford county, State of Florida
(\ ).. claim to be carrying: out the principles -, .,C'Sa: the iMlUmmatiou can le taken out cautl.a.-w.Douglas'aame and the nrlco Is Fc r a (Constable and for the following i'ftk e learn how they can be cured at home by writing for bnal settlement asa4mithstratorofthees-
; :2 Iu this county th 1C is but a smsll num- and etamped oa the bottom of oaen Shoe I look for Itwkenyonbay. Districts. viz DR. PARKER& C.)., 340 N. Cherry street Na.hvilleTenn. 'ate of Frank fcunjiuors, dtct-aM-d. late of saId.
of Jefferson Jackson nod Oajhoun. t thin tnl>ft restoied to its normal condition .w.'uctde1ersatemiitIuztosub-: : Better .
write to-day. delays are dan K W- TTKHEB
new put'iInd in securing hearing will lie desJr d fureter Utote other make tor tbem. SoehaubitttaSoniaro.nndnlent No. One :ountv.
Vet: ophe and are; trying thus to dcprjve the democratic ;} ( and abject prooecnUoa by law for obtamiac Two, gerous. .Please slate' your trouble and how long February 8, IftU. Adminbtratoty.
: delcfates a county c.onycallou: from tli:: Nino t .sesout. of ten are ckii'-od' l toy ca- n iejr under falM preteneea Three, afflicted.; fi9 I' fljflm
fc ., paiiy of the use of these grc.Ltnmcs t-irrh w.hifh: is nothing l nt HII inflamed W.J. DOUGLA8. ,B due.. BlaM. Sold by Four, ;
,districts they adopt the basis of repiesentatipo condition of the mucous surfacet.Vewill Five, OS017a.j .
;; adopted by tlJe'denoctali party us authority in the great principles \ give One Ifrindred, Dpllars I J.V.. HODGES ". Six. Refined ChrbtUn Rome. .,.e-.
la LT & Course Wanted.
advocated it and make these ;
) greatnames for any case of detfJc" tsed by catarrh Seven _I thorough and practic*!. Steam I .
the votes by IN
(4 whicht: taken from polled I. O. O. F.Regu'arme TESnaoNiWHEREOF.
gw I hare modem lID.
heated. New PUao,
authority for the gross political ) that "we ,cannot, cure by talking ? .\ few gixxl LnJirs iiiui Gentlemen te -
4 elecion. me tinK' every- Tuesday [EL. Sj) hereunto set my hand and affteed the proTement. vo tohool in the Botita I
L j& the democratic party a'prevlous heresies advocated by this new party. Hall's Catarrh .Cure. Send for circular*r 1 night in their & U. Transient Great Seal of the State of Florida at 'J al- or Wen can or a aore elegant horns or p1eualattr I ."?-.for thie OASKELL J.nEll.\.RY

'_'" fn in.which: tt would Sf.'Cm that 114t, free. F. J. tIIF.NEX. &Co., 'brother corjisliyincited. lahasset', tht'Capital. this the Ith; day ot 'LUIJ al a pHtimnu-eof $Ti W) per roootlt- .
4 heresies that were never thought of in the AH druggists, 75c. ToJedo, O. J. IX IIA YS} July,A. D.l1t! JJLTY.FJOVIAaIESi '
t new party' !t expect to lIOn the cntiNvote x.a JOHN 1. CRAWFORD f ll dress ;
days of these great menRipansTalmlcR __ __ 'J. q or c&aJocaddrem1TBJ.a1i
1 F. FIEUS, Sec. P CR 'P I
t. ollittk '. Secretar y t&te.Aug.i.ls. R. t.. .1\10U.-\
,/ of the (democratic pArlj'"in f.-ivqr ; .S'h'e-rm.B lau.ti0 C aunt. I D p. '

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$1 Grapes are plentiful) '- I : Where Spo I.* Ar_5fi" .. :
ap. i Items.Irom Skyscrape. He Flopped I Oxford
Me., tttrnafout nearly,'
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ic \' ..---- --"-.11:0I.-: Seethe Starke Drug COmp l1\'S Well, home again after my Starke trip. Last FrhJny'nigU devoted young man 'STARKE DRUGCOa all of the spoob p which.the}thread of
:Std'rkeFia. --iS92.: new ads; t' You see I tired of seeing Jimmy Hayseed. took his best girl to see the "Butterflies' this country is wotD d.'*Sai2 a wholesale
Aug. 5 Billy Evergreen the
rest out here
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little .
r Tbe of '
Carnival. sight PO many notion dealer. "The made .
spools are ,
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Mrs went to town to catch on lo one of the ; ,
P . : RPtiddv oC I\ingsley, is dudes. Tte first one I struck was cherubs cberubines. cupids and sprites .. .I from white birch timber, and. they ar.

\ Local, affairs. very sICk. Mr. Urey Martin.-Yon all know Urey stirred up what was sentimental in their, i produced by the. million in'Oxford COUDI .j.

Gid's the mysterious ty. There are many other points in west-
The kind popular young clerk; but I could bosotna. and in trembling I
..: [ Why buy; inferior flour when you motherly.sweet potato never get half a chance at him 'as be was I light of the new moon, as the couple l era Maine,'also.where the industry is I

;.'. can get Swe?t Home at the same'' again; shows up in the market. always among the millinery. But 1 tell walked homewards even a freight car will remove Augu.st1st I important. There are many sawmill' in
at ileiberger & Richard.: you wbo I did see in there. ,. that part of the state which are kept
t.f Mr.
; price I went to ..
Hardy Hodges is clerking for looked romantic. The girl gave .
Joe Alvarez. birch -
Joe's the around white
r- a mighty nice fel busy year sawing
: .fr; ; A full lino of l paints at his cousin;Mr. Wesley Hodges. low. but would be so much nicer if he her feelings by softly humming "Tanta- I logs into :strips four feet lung.and from

: t Truby, Stornburg & Co. Misses\ Julia Wall took to the girls little better. He didn't rara-boom-de ay."and the lover was des- one to two inches wide and of the same

8t1C N. .T.Tones': white diess goods and Helen RIchard hanker after me, so I hdn't hanker after perately chewing a gum ring fallen .from thickness.

? purchase. arc spending a while in the him.Mr. the pocEct of one nf Oberon'n retniners; "These strips are sent to the spool factories -

f before you country. Ed Duncan.-lie took my eye fc.r for he was determined that that night he One Door East of Post Office where they are quickly'worked <:.
a but looks so much like a soldier "
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of ladies'black silk into ;
: f Our line umbrellas The acreage of sweet potatoes and that he scared me. should hear that fateful word which spools: by most ingenious labor saving -
cannot be machinery. The strips of white birchare i
4' this
peas.is county i is larger than Mr. Ben Witbovski is meant heaven or purgatory for him.
any a mighty sweet
: Truby Sternburg &Co. fed into one machine, and they are :.JI
; previous little fellow and would have their across a
'. year. took to me If They were picking way not touched in fact are hardly seen .':;
: ...... jft J. Jones has a full stock of .. I could have kept the strangers out of muddy street. A dark cloud obscuied the again until the all finished for .!

: ; funeral supplies, coffins and caskets I I I I I M I I Mill I I I I I I I I M I I with town the; but last Ben's failing is to fall in love moon. In order to prepare bis belovedfor -.1.. "l tcl1.___,-,- market except polishing spools,drop out by the _
However I did ,.
H I I I J I I I | | get
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.:.. at nIl prices. Our I mashed on that EnglishmanOwen what was to come and at the same time bushel from another machine several

r prize puzzle. Owens, I board he was connect gauge her sentiment the lover made a rods away from where the strips'starW
All kinds of hauling: promptly The strict t-d with something royal and might makeme wretched failure of reciting the stanza: in. The spools get their gloss by being .::
: Alvarez & Co.'g tab1es.S training at the
J. W. armory revolved in barrels '
at a queen. It turned out, alas! to be rapidly by machinery
has given "Love rules the court,the the grove, .
our military boys quite z. Rnyal baking powder only. camp. the polish resulting from the contact of ;
Domestic New Home .sewing soldierly appearance.The Mr.\ Charley E'Isey.-With his winning And angels above and men be'0\V; love." Mr. :R. :R, Joiner will fill all Prescrip the spools in the barreL
for bale by For love is heaven, and heaven is
.r machines ways and candy store he is sweet "In the backwoods villages of Oxford
:; Truby, Sternburg & Co. county candidate is becoming and girls will take to peppermint drops But the simple maiden's only reply was: tions day or night. county one sees scarcely any other jima

numerous. You pays your poll tax and Charley too. But heard he was already !- "Is it; not singular that idiosyncracies, dwtry'but spoolmaking, and every one)

.1, Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latest and you takes your choice. captured and I was so put out that when exposed to prolonged metaphysical is in some way interested in the business.

I styles of gents' collars. Mrs. \Witkovski's 1 look to music and met influences frequently foster hallucina- The factories have been eating into the. .

t r Jacksonville consignment from family have returned Mr. Johnny Moigan ((1 thought he was tions?" "I-I !I'pose so," was his bewild- LACRANQE, Maine birch forests for years, but there
Bend your Fernandina, where they the one that played the organ) seems to GEORGIA. LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE
to the Florida Producer'sand have sojourned some time. htndle a lot'of (the stuff that "makes tbe ered answer hand by the way. Minerva seems to be enough left yet to feed them ,>

Consumers' Exchange. tfDon't mare-go," so I thought I would hitch to Jane, you know I love you dcsp'rately Llft-ratal'l' ]!Iast'. Art. Normal coor. Dmstaaklnr. typ writnr.hy. .. well for years to come. Hundreds of
1 '1 Walter him uteil' :ilnsic n.-i't Art uUllurpa?Hcd. VOICE CVLTVKK A.'* thousands of feet of logs are cut and
Wills ; but when I found out it wasn't his'nsoon _
i occupies the store can't you-er-won't you be C1ALT.: Bookkeeping.harmony. pliy ic l culturefrll. Kc ainl'al aaI-
aie head- I dropped Inm.Vh I form. 8end for sawed into spool timber annually.".- '
that vacated
we n saw
i forget by Starke Co. said it dark. Just 1S"1-5. bJ.pt.1.uLber .
.. Drug: Rock We have was as our QoWth 2SP5S. j J48$2.euion XI.lav*
Janus Means' shoes. bottom Mr. Tom Sweat I thought! my fate was his JDroll: .t 1" 8'I3 New York Sun.
I for prices. Call and see him. trembling lover was about to jerk out floirdcra 4O 131 \ rBlEBI.8MITH.See. IinitRV Gl
quarters sealed but his name this hot weather, wont I RCFe3 W. $MITII Pr..., lilBMiUfi, U.
:} Truby, Sternburg & Co. last II drowsy fat porker sprang up llQBic 1'upill 6* 177; : ,
Mrs. must have melted the sealing wax fcr itwasn't and "A New York Word. .
his his
Agin moved into her from a mUll hole ran between legs. _.
new -
: curtains long before we bursted up. Walking turned his beloved afterwards I find it a work of ever increasing
44 : Cnrtain poles and lace at houBe. It is well The youth (as
; tf constructed and dQwn Main street I saw in a new storea L. STEWART }I. 1). FOR SAL E
G. Alvarez.: roomy and built by Mr. K Adams. wh'te-haircd gentleman, and they mademe styled it when explained: to her) an difficulty to understand the dialect of ._ ANew
"isorhromc horizontal and vertical" sam- York. Yet it is one of the most

;1 4 The nicest ,table damask iu the We learn acquainted with mersault, landing him upon his knees Office atiSturla The following described property b lo interesting things in New York, and I .
mammoth with regret that Mr. Mr. Fred Martin,-His views on the right in front of her She was not awure "
5 at N. J. Jones' cheap cated wjibin{ the corpoiate limits of the devote much time and patience to enlarging -
city I Ii Chas. laws
J. Sundell died at his home in carpet-bag and revolutionary war of the cause; and knowing that her lov r's
!i, dry goodsstore._ i Chicago the 26th ult. were too much for me. so I crossed over trousers must bag in the knees forever after Drug Company. town of Starke, is offered for sale: I my vocabulary. On the elevated -
z The best Rto coffee 5 ibs. for $1'' of appoplexy.The very to Truby's and was waited on by or perchance be thrown away she inyStf _ _ Two Acres of Land road the other night I heard a
& Richard's. I Tom Wall.-I am sorry to say I didn't look pity on him and said. "Yes Brum- -"-- well]) fenced, upon which is a good( well couple of young men throwing out the ."
!, .l lieibcrger have much have waited till TIE POWELL H. 0. patois in solid chunks and hunks.
'.! weather of late has given the chance at him either, so! going mel. but jqu might we painted and plastered two-story dwelling
full line of JamesMeans' : : to the post office I s'iw reached the side walk. That cloth costs ; "Don't yez be jollyin' me. Seer said
1 Just received a G. AUaiez. wicked a foretaste of the life to John and Newell Hull but they were 2 a YILrd." PHYSICIAN AND SU GEON. an excellent well]) of water bricked from one.uYez can't give me the"gee.
shoes at J. come. An occasional the stable and "
1 shower .
cooling cluy good outbuildingq.The
: I ' j A new stock ot coffins<< and caskets is very acceptable.Dr. I from tbere to -!! M n-- TT>t=> -- Store, following is a list of the Trees grow I am sure I don't know how to spell

t' at N. J. .1 ones. 'I'atePowphl Great Scott (!) Alvarez.I am stuck on Who Want O Ucc. Office at Gankln DniK ing upon the place' : "gee," but the g seems to be pronounced,

tried Sweet Home flour? Simmons and Mr. J as. him yet, but bearing that he can talk to The announcement of :Mr. II. C. Peeplts STARKE FLORIDA 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties. 2d year: hard-as hard as the young man whom .
Have you are partners in making and folks in New York I had to give him up candidacy for school superintendent, appears mylStf I heard. I suppose the sense of to "ge *nor
j The sale are incrcasing'ever) day. selling the celebrated "Powell'schill against my will. "Poor, baldheaded man. in this iSiUlc.lr.: Pi-cples is a native COMER L 'PEEKATTORNEYATLAW I I bearing; Uhestllllts; 5,2 varieties Ap- to "jolly" is that otherwise expressed

The beet trade uees it. Fos sale by and fever cure." I feel sorry for him" I said as went on. of this county und comes from one of and NOTAHX. .! pies, C trees ((3 Standard) 3 ou Pear roots; by the pleasing verbs to"kid,"to"stuff"

; Heiberger & Richard. I hut nearer by it pi ovetl to be our best fimilics.: During the five years -tl.nd- 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear, to "give a breeze but from what storehouse
Why do our clerks he has. tiiiiaht s-rhool hem he !his: won for ;
.. so diligently Mr. Charlie \\howoufdbevery ; Fire Insurance. 4 varieties: Apricot 7; Persimmon of philology have to "jolly' and
in an en dl., hitiifcelf; distinction: no; IIi able, lluunugh
; Spring goods I whistle! sacred airs? Is it to atone ; good-looking did nc not keep his head and te.\ehcr-thc. kind of Represents LIVERPOOL& LONDON& GLOBE. 77 choicest varieties. ; Peach SO. large to give a "gee" been drawn? Is "gee"
material -
mammoth store. progressive :
t. at N. J. Jones' for the : shaved in order to grow a mustache. He 1'ROVinCNCE ,/WASHINGTON OREENVriCH
tity language: they use when driv- selected varieties < 2. Chinese.All extension of the truncated
an initial of
h had heard my remark and me an icy bi'st suiti-d for a goi.d Mipeiintentl- SECURITY,and HARTFORD Firo Insurance ; Quince.
\ J. G. Alvarez has just received a ing cows out of the stores? look. I wus introduced to gave ent. He U well and favorably known. Companies. Choice lots of Land in town and the above trees are in bearing most that sweet thrilling word guff? Is

t car load of (tDiploma" flour. Frie 'era. Frie 'cm. Billy Pin. Orrin and Orville husband: and says I, Mr A. J. McKinney is n candidate for county STARKE for sale. FLORIDA.jnelStf of them in their second year. "jolly"merely a variation of the French
You "if I with fine tax arscsM! lIe was; born and raised in adjective joli? And docs jolly mean to
is the most may knock but can't get in. my orar.ge grove and cot This place must be seen to be npprrciaecd. -
stock of groceries this well oniiecied and known
Our : a pretty fine false to?
Did they make tired and ton crop can't get a mau in town to call ciiuuiy say or thing -
you ?
l complete in town and prices way Can your satchel hold the P. P ? i me 1rife, 1 shan't call him Jtvsband." so I by every body. Ilia opportunities{ for Frazee.. & Hall For. further information apply to New York Truth._.
the value of lands have been
down to bard I picked up my belongings and went home judging exceptionally DR. A. L.
: pan. SCOTT
Truby, Sternburg & Co. I Messrs.\ att and Holloway Smithof by the Starke and Sampson railroad. My good, and his well-known in Att'ys and Counsellors at Law, A NNOUNCEMENTS.
tcgrity and honor predict for him a Starke Fla.
Texas are their old stand-bys: alas: have all got jobs on vtry ,
visiting sister I
successful official if elected. If begets ROOM NO. I JONES BLOCK. For Sherift
carcei ,
:.- and wheelbarrows at Mrs.\ W H Rivers the new road and left me to take care of .
Wagons of this
city, and myself. the office he will visit each school I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
Morgan's Bazar.To the girls are district for returns, thus saving the ,
peeping out at every I people And Downey Build'g. cor. Third and .B. MINERWatchmaker the office of Sheriff of BrRl1ftJ.coun-
v I ndo CLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation.; much valuable time. His democracy is
reduce stock before our annual w. ---- unimpeachable. Center strsi Fernandina, Fla.jyl'i ty. and ask the suffrage of the voters at

stock taking we will sell our summer A.regular chessplaying in the 'Vn u't Boozy The judgment, firmness and tact required the coming election. Respectfully f!

I goods at reduced prices. way of changing business\ places has Editor TELEORAPU Santa Fc lliver.wish Julv to vindicate 28. 1892. in steeringtbe official turk safely H. E. LAGEUG11EN t II. ACSTIX.

Truby, Sternburg & Co. gone on in Starke this week. See myself in regard to a report I have just through :a term of supcrintcn !icncy of LAND SURVEYOR.( \ and I hereby announce niVSelf a candidatefor
instruction be known
public can: only Sheriff
re-election Brulfoncoun
beard which I left ns
Starke the afternoon -
Ask :I C \Vebb for card, stencils, our orientation.Fred unique.plat on opposite page for of July says 4th under the influence m of him who has tried it; yet Mr. J. L. Hill is Deputy County Surveyor.All fy. and solicit the support of I be voters nt

etc., of the Florida Producers' and whiskey This, 1 am happy to say, is a out fice.a candidate As for fellow-citizen ic-clection to Mr.that Hill of- Lines run from U. S. Surveys Field Notes the fall: election. Iksp ctft1l1Y'.

Consumers' Exchange. tf Martin & Co. have movedto mistake. 1 have never bad the slightest is too well simply known to! need comment here; Levelling and Drainage:; Systems, etc.arCallnt Jeweler. P. S. CUEWS.,.

the brick desire for stimulants since leaving the oflicer he has served the this Office. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
the store by Lhe railroad as an county conscientious -
Job of all kinds at Keelcy institute. I don't care who watch
t printing! !v und with ability aud bis j just STARKE FLORIDA. the office of Shcuff of Bradford county -
"' just vacated by.1'aitel'Vills.. An me. but I think if those parties who
TKLEGBATM office. put and solicit the of
'zZ .e'i. and impartial: rulings have won for lam S1iarke Fla respectfully support
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enlarged stock, low priCS and polite out this report will try to induce some of the love of the leather the voters at the coming election.

)- We have everything you need and treatment-cannot- fail to draw trade. their Keeley nearer treatment acquaintances they would lo do take a more the A new candidate: for tax collector is Mr. Farmer says: Respect fullv.F. 31. BYRD.
will make prices to suit the need of Mr. S. B. Denmark--- -- cluB itublc act. Mr. It. A. Townsend He has lived in I
pocket book. presented us! E. C. WTKK. this county many years, has numerous "If I had had some means of The friends of Mr. .1. Houston Johns
your Sternburg & Co. with some peaches: the juiciest we lends i and his ruling is At as a man of Irrigating last fall, I should have Largest Assortment of announce him ns n cnndid.tte for Sheriffof
I Truby, have tasted this season. They were -DleElftEE'5- WINE. : OF CARDUI-. for Weak Nerves. integrity and ability. lie is a fine accountant is I Bradford county, hid solicit for hyn
: freestones and the and has had much expet knee in made at least 1,500; as it Watches Clocks and the patronnfju of the votcis at the co.rtng-| --
N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby cemetery tree they were I
San .
Bernardino county, Cal. is contemplating vocations akin to the tnx collectors. Hewill shall not make 500. election. Respectfully. ,

4 lots for sale.y plucked from has borne 43 crops. the exhibition at the world's fair, :, no doubt make a good olKcer if el. That excuse might have done last I i I.\iY FlllESDS.This .,.

. The genial smile of Mr. of a palace of native salt, using blocKs of ected. Jewelry friends of Everett E. Johns announce -
; L--.. ('ha"e the most stylish straw Sterling Mr. Everett E. Johns' friend!' fall)), but it will not do now, for if him a candidate for the ofllc of
Moore beams this week crystalized that measure 12x12 inches many .
: in town at wholly below upon friends I I Sheriff of Bradford and solicit
J. i prices and bold> him forth as a candidate for shi'iilf. are i'n need of water; for irrigation county;
and relatives arc you
;;' mpetltlon.rrrnb. here. Mr. Moore was tiunsparent. Mr. Johns moves like a liimicane, and all attention the for him the suffrage at tbe coining elec-
Sternburg & Co. formerly a resident of Starke, has of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. know there is nothing slow about him. or any other purpose, call on or Special given to repairing tion. Respectfully.

late traveled in the wild and wooly The best salve in the world for cuts, during the time he has been deputy sllC riff address G. W. YOUNG, who rep of Clocks and Watches. MANY FRIES D&.

"Quite'EuglUb, you know"-London west, and now lives in Ta'lahassee.Mr. bruises, sores ulcers salt raeimi fever he bus been extremely successful iu resents theCHICAGO Good work done at reasonable rates. For Clerk ot Circuit Court.
Swells cigars at J. G. Alvarez.: sores tetter chapped hands' chilblains, making; ancsts and has earned his SOUbriquet I
Mudire comes to town corns: aud all skin eruptions, and positively of "Thief-taker." He equally\ AEIDIOTOR CO. 1 hereby announce myrelf a candidate
W f make day of pale. cures piles or no pay required. It well discharges all other functions of his I for re election to the office of Clerk ot the
i < returns on sionally and discourses sweet and is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction office and will, if elected, make a good lie can furnish you with a well and DRUG STORE Circuit! rouit of Bradford county, and

: Ji1. P. & C. Exchange: Jacksonville. searching music to our delighted or money refunded. Price 25 cents per sheriff all other appliances that will give respectfully solicit the support of my M-
',i If citizens. lie plays his instrumentwith box. For sale by Starko Drug Co. low citizens at the ensuing election.

, : V ONE MILLION_BOXES____ of ornnges a masterthand, turning the Go to Walter Wills) for best but-. rJicElie TWliiFof Cardu! you all the water you want and also 1 Very resptclfuMv.%

f wanted by Burtou K. BaITs, I crank just right. ter, cheese and hams. and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are furnish power for any kind of light \V.T. VEEgq.'I'I

. for sale by the following merchants i i. machmcl y as grind-stones, wood- For :Tax Collector.
Jacksonville. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. Nw line of low shoes just re ceiv- I
Bradford county: saws cotton gins etc., at a price I hereby announcemvsvlf a candidatefor :
friends ,
'rho TELEGRAPH will be sent to ofV.. A. Crosby announce de at Trilby, Sternburg & Co. STARKE DRUG Co., Starke. re election to the office of Tux Collector .
, him a candidate for Tax Collector of G. W. YOUNG. Hamptou. that any one can afford to paywbo: of Bradford county. stud respectfully .
.'t tiny address for $1 a )'car. Bradford One lot of 8 cent calico reducedto JNO.A. KINO, J.akeButler. of land. solicit the support of fellow
county.- FRIENDS. J. P. McCULLEV, Lawtv.H. can: afford to farm one! acre my
Go to J. G. Alvarez for the best N. B.-Announcement came in too 5 cents at ('. PARKEK, New Uiver.Notice. G. W. YOUNG, citizens. Respectfully.) '
---- M. M. HALE.
PC) cigar. _ late for classification and notice, but Truby, Slcrnbiirg & Co. I horse: Shocr! mack anti Tin SmIth. etc., fLJps& f&es-- ,
I Men's straw.hats various styles will duly in our next.FD.Our At of the school board of FLA. el. L. GASKINS. I hereby) announce myself A candidate e
L.7 1._ appear Fruit jars, jelly tumblers, fruit a meeting : j1118. STARKE, for the office of TAX Collector of Bradford

f: t.i.. ,,and shapes, nice and cheap at commissioners jar rubbers and tops at Bradford county it was decimal! that the DEALER IN county. and( respectfully ask 'the supportof
county are a county institute to be held at Luke Butler
't', ', : f'' J. G. Al varez.t Triiby Sternburg & Co. the voters at the coming electionRespectfu'ly -
: hard wort ing body. In spite of should commence on Monday Sept 5lh. Drugs & Medicines ,, R. A. TOTTNSEXD.
: : : : :If you want a pretty Four-in-hand long-winded petions and documents .6-02. and continue for 12 days, instead: of VISITThe Starke FlaPhysicians'

3-0, .' .tie or.scarf cheap. go to with undecipherable chirography Fresh groceries and confectionery on ;Monday Ausf. ijl tl h,. as herelof-jie au- For Tax Assessor.I .
just opened at Wai WilU nounced. Ail teachers expecting lo teach Prescriptions
'.. \ J. G. Alvarez.JiADIES tor
% candidatefor
" ., they manage to cram two days'nork in the county lire required to attend.J. Uurefuf Compounded a hour*-day or.AIRGTIO hereby announce myself a
election to the office of Tax
: ; Jj: k'for ; into ono, to save the county The only $2 a day hotel in Jacksonville L. HILL night :
.. Bradford at the election
'" ?: county ensuing -
;' .. "ORD'S'lNE per) diems. is The Travelers Aug. 6, 1892. !:upt. Schools. Great Closing: Out and respectfully solicit the support

t. ,. Good Looks. of my fellow: citizens. Respectfully.
f, ... ;. '" .. i GOT "WEAR Attention is called to the closingout If you want to feel good and sleep Good looks are more than skin deep, Sale and get a I J.E. W Al RlanT.I .

.J. Sternburjr & Co sale.at the New York Auction well at night, go to Powell and get depending IIlIoniJellIIIIY condition of CANDY STORE hereby announce myself a candidate

,...',. .. ,_ _ _:at_Truby_ _ _ __ Store. Everything sold at cost and some of his! meat all the vital organs; lithe Liver be ingactive for Tax Assessor for Bradford county.

''; .,,.:, ...... under. The stock must be sold in stomach, you have he disordered a Bilious look have, iIyour n and solicit the suffrage of the voters at
: you
,-,:: :_. '. the next few weeks, to wind up the All summer goods at reduced 'Dyspeptic Look und if roar kidneys be c. R. ENSEY, the coming election. Respectfully.L. .

: -II ,,' .,., business. Great bargains: will be prices. Truby, Sternburg & Co ilfecled you..havo a Pitched Looks BARGAINat CORNER RAILROAD AXD, MAIN STREET, J). WALL.
.t Secure: good hoahh and youil\ tire 1 candidate
offered.Mr. l. STMRKE. FLA. hereby announce DI\'p.e1f as
: : '.Jt' "' '' Peaches, grapes, berries, vegetables !.rood looks Electric Bitters is the great for the office of Tax Assessor of Bradford,
( fllteratvs and Tonic it ActS.dlre'Lly on- -
:: :."., Bostwick, wife and daughter, etc., and oranges in season. these vital organs; Cures Pimples Vegetables, Candies, Fruits and county. and respectfully solicit the' suffrage .
,_ tf P. & C. Ex. Jacksonville.\ Blotches Boils and of my fellow citizens at the ,coming
0'. .' _u1-_. & of Highland, had a narrow escape gives a jrood com Summer Drinks.
election. If elected I shall visit each
.. plexion.' Sold at Starke Drug Cosstore
; .
'f '" from death from
.. ... ; .4.. lightning one day If want first-class beef, porkor i 50c. per bottle. 4 COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAM school l Ntrict for tax re'nm".
_, .' you
:- last week. The fluid passed right PAIGNE MIST. Respectfully. A. JJ McK racer.
L B Powell and I
) sausage go County Democratic Convention
;: .between them in the
room they were
sitting in, but a partial stunning of you will get it. A (County: democratic convention is call- Agent for Mallory' Steamship Line. For Treasurer.
ed to meet at the court house in Starke on | oct96m I hereby announce myself a candidate
.: __ each was the only physical damage A full line of James Means celebrated Thursday August 11th, 1893. for the pur- New York Auction Store. for re-election to the office of Treasurer

sustained. [ shoes for men and boys at pose[ of nominating one senator from the Soiintifio AerIcanAgency of Bradford county and respectfully sol

& C'o. 15th senatorial district two members of for icit the support of my fellow citizens at
Truby Sternburg ?
... .' .- ..'.. --'
"I'm a commercial tourist and tell ,' ,' "
I I the legislature, and decline; a new cxec- ==--=- -- the coming flection. Vci v respectfully.J. .

i ..1i: J'WE your mistress I want the best room J W Hodges has a large stock of vlive committee. The election districts A NEW ERA IN ENGLISH w. KFJ.LCM.

in tho house," said a drummer, a clothing that he is bound to sell. of the county are entitled to the following HOLLER COTTON GINS. For School Super ntendiW:-

, ARE CLOSING OUT. I colored girl in a Starke boarding Call and see it. numhci Dist.ict of delegates No. 1, L'awtey: 10. The undersigned: agent for Platt Bros. 'I hereby announce myself a candidate

,'::;'; :You arc rather I in danger of being left I. house. Reaching the kitchen the '. 2.:Lake Butler. 27, & Co., will sell a Single Roller GIN with for election to the office of Superintendentof

U you ()fl't burry up. We haven't any message ran thus: "Dar is a gem- OLD RIP TOBACCO. i i1lp.'JI 3. Palestine, 9. my Patent Cranklegs. Belts an wrenches, CAftATCT1IADK Public Instruction for Bradford county -
time to Within de de best : 4, Providence. 11, all complete, delivered at Savannah Ga., ARk. and respectfully solicit the support of
: lose. neither have ,'ou. man on pizer wants room chew this brand, who never OESICN P TKIlTiiCOPYRIC fellow citizens at the ensuing election.Resp ..
4' Pine Hill at $130 and Walrus Lcatbcr.cut in strips my
5. 13. ;
,O..dal""fU..... n ust cloc' out our stock of in the house. Says he's a condemned tried before, h 6, Starke 23. at 80 cents per pound. : S, etc. >ctfiillyv

Mauner. goods.. It Un't a time for letting convict, or sumthin'." And having bought it once, comes 7, Hampton 7. II. POLLITZER For HUNN In.fCJr'lMtIoa t COJ6i and BBOADWAT free Handbook, Raw write TORE.to T. J DKKLE.

OtbX'nJO; :tUpfis or big things stand i in. ,. back for more. It; is recommended that primaries l beheld aug62m Oldest Krerr patent bureau taken for secTirinjr out by fiiET patents biongbt In America.before I hereby announce myself a candidate

the w ytf| time for taking the bull by i i4UJ 'A poultry man m this neighborhood Sold by Truby, Sternburg & Co. in caph district on Thursday. Ajmgul the public by a notice given free ot duue in UuLanest Superintendent of ,Public Instruction
r" who has. been annoyed by hen 4th, 1S 2. fur Bradford county, and respectfullysolicit
torn] The thing'' for us to do is to thiefs, the other night strewed a lot J. L. HIM.. LUMBER NOTICE. ; $tientifit J11ttrit' u the support of the voter at the

nyJM U\vorth your; while u. buy and buy of thick smeared'It I 1 Try our cigars, we have the best Ch'nDem.Ex. Com. coming clef lion. Uc pcctfllll'y.

'. "*!J'co. By !i1 iulv>c''mcnt to you means tar around paper his hen slips He 'ssortmunt in the city. J. M. JOHNS, Ci'k\ Dem. Ex. Com. To the people of Starke and vicinity: : wcla. circulation Splendidly of tUnstnued.any eeteatifle No paper.itteHbrell tn the H. C. PF.X1'LD.
ruinous house. was, & 1. 1892. I man shoald be without it. WeeklU.SHtna.3a -. .0O_a I hereby
; n\vjL\ t-i us. As our prises go Truby, Sternburg Co. July This is to notify you tint have closed Iear'i:. SU.O Cltz mQIttha, AddNn)uV'NNk: CO. announce myself a caiiiiidnle
soon awakened by a negro who beg and mill for the for re-election to the office pf
down. I the saw planing summer. % : : niwar.iew Tork. Superintendent
your Here is
pruflt gors up. an un- ged for some coa oil. He had come Write to the P. & Exchange, Notice. I shall have in the yard at the mill n of Public Instruction for BiatU

PWCedcnled comUinnticu ot ruinous rates barefooted to steal chickens, and his Jacksonville\ for market before Notice is hereby given that I have this few thousand feet of rough lumber, also ,PATEN'"TSCayeat8 ford county.-and respectfully ask the support -
and hi: Inducement's: prices day made the appointments of district quite a large quantity of choice novelty of tile voters at the coming flection.
were loaded down with tarred and TradeMartobtained and an Patent
'tge'\'iasutos MJ\IOt'"l CmlD 1:3c; to lOc a yd you ship elsewhere. tf registration officers in and for Bradford siding, flooring ceiling aid surfaced lumber business conducted MODERATE FEES. Respectfully J. L. HILL.
.... t1r1sie, .. 15c to lOc .. paper, sand: and briers, which couldnot county as follows: ; ; which will be left in charge of Mr.I OUR OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. S. PATENT .cEtr....WINE-OP CAPOUf lor.female di c.....
"-'I .. 8c to5c" be removed by hand. He got No trouble to gt your money Dist. No. 1, Lawtt-y. J. C. McCulley. Lawrence Wall of Starke, for sale. Anyone Office l1."II0 C,i'l11 "" cure patents in le.a time
;;; and al It Si"C;;i baa those remote from Washington -
o ,. 5c to fa: the oil, likewise a sound trashing.JJayWINE when vcu deal with the P. & C. Exchane. 2. Lake Butler W. J. Eppcreon iu want of lumber may find it to his Registration, Notice.
: :cmrham; '. 'I2 c toJOc ,. tf II 3, Palestine. C. W. Douglass. interest to call on him. Send model,drawing or photo, with descrip: Notice U herebr given CUt the 'registration
., OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women. _ .. 4, Providence A C, Odora. tion. We ad visa il pitlJntable or not.frN of books for Bradford county will be open three
lOc to 8c -- 5, Pine Hill. M. F. Moore. James E. EllS, charge Our fee not duo till patent is secured.A (<)days in each week And ending: the second
Strawhautmccs. "Utl'nT1uo!$ at own due anything on .. Little Book, "How to Obtain Patents,"with Saturday in Angu'tI.from9..n, to 12.....
your 6th District Con"entlon'I If are yoursubscription Fla. 22 1892
.. you 6, Starke. T. W. Sweat. Starke. Apnl Agt. namen' of actual client in your state county or and 2 p m.to5p.m..namellQaday., To...
... .Met[ at the court house yesterday morn to the TELEGRAPH Ie 7, Hampton T. M. Williams: 3m .town,sent free. Address.. dare Wednesdays.. _. .
: TR.UBY. STllNI3UlG iS; 0. fodder District books will on the First C..A.SNOWCo.; The district registration book will to open! atnme
will take oats corn potatoes open
ing and selected 23 delegates to attend the Patent Office. WASHIKGTOX. ,
in and will close the Bradford Lodge, No 42, F. & A. M Opp. O C. il COJ)1"ienplace in each rryirtratioa dia.;,
: August on
county convention in this city,the 11th chickens, eggs or anything else Meet Thurtday night before the. tbird trieitwodtys cb wec for two weeks.com.nevettig "fl.'f.
second Saturday in August. 1892. Aiuri *<11SS, from Qa.
allow Sunday in each month. m.tolm. ;!
C. L. Peek in the chair. The want to turn off and full l ljnarket Wanted.-Freeprepaid outfit to ear and from 1 to5p.i. .. :0:
iust. was you E. L. Ov iz, G WM. F. MALPHUBS WJL Agents mon Several:: of our salesmen, tave p / ;,
lpans Tabulcs move the bowels. meeting passed off very pleasantly, no i price. tf Supervisor ot Registration J. E. WAJSBIOHT Sec. earned f;0 to$tCO a week for years part.. ''" SIlpftYJsor or C.L.OOOK.:; of", '".

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r ,. ,A DETROIT. MIR-AOL E. 1 this motion-with one to FBIDAT-There was no quorum when -. FAIR PBHES. Didn't Want Water.
GREAT' TttlDMrn FOR CANADIAN I adjourn until Saturday. Mr. Cummings the senate met Friday morning and a "What your kitten meowing $YPPPI

MEDICAL BCIESCE.i !! of New York, acted as' lieutenant and hal hour passed before one appeared; A Boston man wants to exhibit a sky- Mamma" I .

moved until Monday.On Mr. Stewart seiz d the the World's fair. A skycycle for? -
!' one Tic What Is'Being" an adjournment opportunity cycle at is tryin' to find
MB OJ OJ MOST InX.1.: the Cummings motion the vote stood: afforded by the colloquy omes under the head of flying machine Little Daughter"I" .

f ;ABLX CURES DETROIT Of! BICORD DEBCRIB: D 1Y Hails for the yees 1, nays 184, 2 less than a .quorum between Messrs. Carlisle and Cock- The Wisconsin World's fair buildingwill out but can't. she wants water."

I HTWB A..STORY nod the house was at a rell to make a silver speech. Mr. have a $5,000grand staircase, the mma-"Perhaps"No. m'n't water. .- ,, ,

A CJLKtrtn USA. refused to order a cal. On the vote recurring Carlisle) addressed the senate on Mr. donation of the Morgan company, one of Little Daughter tub an' asked her, ,* .

(Detroit }w .) PBOCEEDmOS ., on [ Cumming's motion Hale's invitation-"to the re ative meritsof the best known firms of the state. I ju'held her ove.'no.a"Street & Smith's ::
.The to adjourn till Monday and "tariff for revenue ao she meowed ''
fonowls paragraph which appeared TOLD "protcton" of ,
-BILLS The board of trade and citizens
In the NeW&.hor time aeo. urnishe the the house was again left without a quo only, response to the speeches of raise Good News :
basis N. D. have undertaken to '
Fargo, t"r
tnfomation-a case that wai rum. Messrs. Hale) and Aldrich.
aowonlerrutlyremiirkiblethatft demand*1 $30,000 supplement the state's World'fai Supply and Demand.
Fair The bill t
SATUEDAT.- anti-option was
ftrtherxp1anat1on. It is of sufficient im FRDAY.-Tc Word's mater of 25000.
THE appropribtion -
of buried in the senate Saturday.
to the New. readers to report It to privilege finally '
n te nllr. It wa so important then that TCEBDAT.-The raised by Mr. Wheeler, of Alabama, relative Owing to the hot weather many senat"r Butterflies to the number of 150,000 Peddler-"Any tin, ma moa,"Those ,

atrc considerable! attention at tho eration of the to certain statements contained ina have left Washington for summer. will be -shown in the Pennsylvania exhibit Housekeeper (indignantly) .

'. Te following is the paragraph in landing question campaign book recently published by Senator Washburn realze th he could at the World's fair. The collection tj ins you sold me last week have all goneto ;_

question made by Mr. Watson of Georgia reviewing a to it this is said to be the most complete and finest piece''' .
"C. 8. never get
''h for yenrg one of the Representative quorum upon
Norhrp 2 er the vote by I in the world.It 1'edi1Ier--"Yes'm. I knew you'd .ON ENJOYS
bent ( "Vowar ave the action of the present congressand session, so he agreed at Saturday's cession tirne.-New .
nut who was supposed Illt to table the positions taken by its members in for it to go over unti D.cember. I is estimated that the thirty-five railroads want some more by this Both the method and results wh,.

paralysis spring: of, ban locomotor scoured a ataxia new lease, or of creeping ant! widows 109-to etc. I the past. The house was thrown into a That practically means defeat after I which enter Chicago will expend York Weekly.The Syrup of Figs! is taken; it is pleasant .

t. returned to work at his store. The disease ter, nays time state of great confusion resulting from I the election, as but little interest will be $110,000,000 i in increasing and improving article "A Detroit Miracle,"taken froma and refreshing to the taste, and acfc "

has n'wara been napposel t be incurable, some the assertions by Mr. Watson that every taken in the measure, and the opposition their equipment and facilities for Detroit ouHe interesting rend ns.
but Mr. Northrpp's is bill was sent fair'visitors and It tells paPrls the best known merchants gently yet promptly on 4sj
cndito greatly improved. word written in the book to which will find no difficulty in postponing transporting World's Kidey
I at h:a bu.ine"s
it Ilolman) of that city appeare Liver and cleanses :
the presented suddtnlr
would anr lok a i grave Wheeler referred was literally true, and indefinitely. freight. with apparently a new lease of life! when it BoweY

(Since that time ib.prey.. has steadily and on the sundry that he stood ready to defend every wordof Costa Rica's at the World's wa supposed that he was a very s'ck man. I tern colds, 'head' 1

l improve not only in 10kl but in con.iition. immediately them. The assertion was greeted with NOTES. fair will be surrounded by gardens ornamented I A German scientist holds that a'l diamonds aches and fevers and cures habitu
1 ti regained hinted strength. question and then on there prolongQd hisses, as the words charge The president, on Wednesday, nominated by a profusion of tropical plants, come from meteors. constipation. Syrup of Figs i

-3 I led, b was acquainted to the writer with of Mr.this upon the that drunken members reel through the A. Barton Hepburn of New Yorkto and in the galleries of the pavillion will LADIES needing a tonic or children who only remedy of its kind produced 1

i !ortlrl that this miraculous change hal recommended nil a aisles) and drunken members speak upon be comptroller of the currency, vice be placed more than three th.uand i want building up should take Brown's Malaria.IrlnBiter pleasing to the tte and acceptable ,.1

wou ht by 'a verY simple remedy up the world's grave measures. Mr. Watson was Lacey, resigned. Hepburn is at presenta tiful birds,many of which have very gorgeous It.B'!pleasant to and take.Liver cures Complaints to the prompt

cne. When Dr. Williams asked about it Mr.for Northron Pale Peo Holman] gave called to order by Mr. Tracy, national bank examiner in New York plumage. make (the Blood rich and pure. its action and truly beneficial in 1 i ..

i i fully verfe the lttment and not he wuld demand i of New York, who was greatly City, and previous to receiving that APpoIntment Conspicuous in the shoe and leather It is estimated tba' there are now 6,335 effects, prepared only from the most 1
the wholesale
only bt be tken pains to upon the main indignant over charge upon he was superintendent state exhibit at the World's fair be the postmislres3es I in this country.Tfce .
r wi '
and agreeable
info ayone. whO wa suffering ments thereto. : the house. Mr. Watson was permittedto banks in New York state. display made by Lynn, !Ias. Lynn i* healthy subtc ito : l
a manner when he hear of any explain his language. He reiterated Only One Ever Printed. excellent it
The vetoed the centre in the many qualties 1
Friday the shoe
such Mr. first member to pres'dent, on largest producing
cane. Northrop was enthusiastic hi- assertion to tho truth of the state CAW YOU FIND THK WORD? all and it the mosspopular .
'itthereultIn his a famous McQarrahan claim bill. The veto United States five and # >
t: own caw of Dr. this amendment i fully seventy perhaps in t
Fink Fills. It was a remedy Wiiams 000,000 to $5 the ment made by him and defied the houseto message comes in th-j face of the fact one hundred of the :hno manufacturers this There paper la, a 8inch display has advertisement no two wordsalike remedy known. ('

f heard of after be &tie everything he world's fair. Mr. do with him what it wished. Mr. that the bill pissed both houses of con of th t city will furnish exhibits. except week. The same is true of Syrup of is for salem 50c yl
could hope give He bad Boatner introduced resolution each week. from The Fig i
been a calling each new one appearing
in the care t the best physicians who did all the for the of committee to gress by more than a two-thirds majority.For .. They are acting in harmony in the mat- Dr. Barter Medicine Co. TIs house places a and 1 all leading dgr .

4 they could to alleviate this terrible bilL He appointment a his veto the president h"c bees s-j-. I. ter. "Crescent" on everything they mate andpublsh' gists. Anyreliable druggist
maady. the truth of Mr. Watson's Look for it, send them the name
but without any avail. He had up tion of $5,000. investigate verely criticised. Od man IlcOlrrhan.. Thomas Cook & Son of London, the and they will return you BOOK, not have it on hand will
drunkenness of
when a friend in Lockport, N. charges rdlive to members -i I may pr -
bop most had expected ; the pnsident's notifiedthe or SAMPLES 'Id
outrageous well known tourists'
i i agents BUU'U rREKfr. for '
him of the case of a person there of the house, and to recommendwhat cure it promptly any one .
had been cured in similar attempted in the lay in acting and received the news transportation department of the Darius Waterhouse,Chattanooga,Tenn.,
cirCIIstanc.s by course shall be taken with respectt wishes to try Do not { ,
Dr. Williams Pink Fills Pae People. an interruption the member Mr. Watson if the philosophically. He believes it can be World'd fair thut they intend to make an says: "I cot but little to try Bdycrotne. it accept any
The cured, ( ) the in De and a all that substitute.
at veto
person had on the general passed over president's exhibit of of transportation inclu- i
Lprt' i found to be Filibustering means the doubting thousands will head
obtained his charge < untrue. tht i
Dr. Williamt' Fink Pills from an article bill. The report. was immediately inaugurated by cember. Such an effort will be made. ding the following: Norwegian carriole, ache." All druggists,tty cntI CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co

published in the Hamilton, Ont. Times. house recumed Mr. of New York, assuming COLUMBUS DAY. Norwegian sleigh, Lapland dog sleigh, dropsy after a good night's sleep there is SAN FRANCISCO, CAl.
: Tbe case was called"The Hamilton Mirce dry civil bilL Cumming Mr. Boatner Iiish car.Neapolitaa cartTurkish, caique. i : on and stomach disorder which LOUISVILLE. NEW' YOUX. It.Y.

and told the story of a man in that bama, was reco flibuster. Palestine encampment, camel saddle and Hee 's Pills will cure. -
after almost incredible iisk< d for immedilte on the resolution Great Interest Taken in the
Buffering, was Approach'
pronounced remarks in
the eminent a and the of its privilege harness, elephant with howdah, Bombay with eyes use Dr.1aac -c.--- r
ty most question
physicians ing Celebration. I nficte& sort Tomp .f- .:
t Mr. Otis of bullock Chinese sell nt : .
i; be incurable and permanently disable. was discussed and was ruled to be privileged cart, catamaran, palan- E\e-\at'r.rrul i.ts 2 pl 4
had spent hundreds of dollars srt of and Farmers' and adopted without division. It The approaching celebration of Columbus ) quin, Japanese jmrikshaantique' English
treatment and appliances only to be in Taylor and Wike Day by the in char.
-' tld was after 1.30 m. when the house resumed 13,000,000 pupils sedan chair, old English traveling _
4 t that the end that there was no hope fur him ner, of Louisiana, the consideration p. of the World'sfair American public schools, is attracting iot, models of dahabeahs and Nile steam
was The al!-
luded cur(Mr.: impble. of person Little vored the amendments sundry civil appropriation general attention. From prominent educator ers, models of bolt and also to show

William St Hamitn Ont,) was 2 mem Pennsylvania, t from eminent statesmen in high models cf various Egyptian temples.)
ber of of should not a bis.SATURDAy.The places and from the humblest citizens s8outhorll
its skill in
Templ Tempac b World's fair appropriation France intends to show -
and after
having houe then come words of It
commendation. appealsto
continues to deadlock landsc" gardening at the World's fair.
nently disabled and incurable by the physicians congress. all classes and ipe
becau ittouches
) was paid the fl0 disability insurance The filibustering in the house went on A cab'egram has been received from the ,
prvide by the for its memb inIc day, it was the announcement was the institution which is closest to French commission asking that it be allowed I Fome
For Mr. be taken on the Saturday unti the people, most of the DO NOT BE DECEIVED
cEe. years representative do and bear the of the
made of death of to expense with Fnstcs and which stain Univorsi1.Fal
: utterly helpless, and was barely able to drag to the sundry cvi Representative people and fullest of hop'. for the future. "whole) decoration of the I the hands Jnuncls. PInt of.The Term begins
The house then of sur-
( around his house with the aid of but the friends Craig. adjourned out Several thousand American spaces I Rising Sun Stove Polish is ,Oor. Term '
f newspapershave the horticultural and the I Durable,and the consumer pays lor : beiiu"
crutches. His agonies were almost respect to his memory. Before that, rounding wo less li"board r.< "
unbrable I with purchase.
ment concluded the glass package every
championed movement. A or
and life was a burden to him man's '* This offer OVER Universitv
however and during the filibusteringM building. generous I || Curriculum. Five distinct
last relief came. Some months after to have more talk : Holman resolution bill recently passed congress authorizingand doubtless be accepted if it does not courcs three of which lead to the degree ol
he had been paid the disability o'clock the r. reported a extend instructing President Harrison to issue wi ) ., .A.and l B.L. SpeelalattentlontoMu...
claim be heard of Dr. Pink undr ing the old sundry civil appr.pria interfere plans too far advanced to sic and Art. Thorough Business Course

; and was induced to try"Wiiams. The Pill tained the foor, tins August 4th. Mr. Hopkins, of i. a proclamation making ColumbusDay, be changed. The French are world- "GermanSyrup The si heme of study is framed with a view at
;. was iniraculou almost from the outset 1sult was given unt October 21st, a holday. and rec- renowned artistic offering to voting women such facilities for obtaining
; an one of the World's fair advocates enera as landscape gardeners a liberal education as are enjoyed InM I
he had decided ;
improvement was noticed, and in a few to objected to its consideration, ommending to a fitting observance and i< believed they would hardly have young men at the best Univerites. Handsomest .
mnthB man whom meicl had time for the of this 400th anniversary of made I the offer referred to unless i aid mot edice in the
ep.t knowing at the time that a failure to they .l
( was incurable, the South. All ,halls nd
wa was that the fair America's discoveryin all their localities / stllrwaYlcu !
;S city healthier and stronger than bfor. Mr. Mr. adopt it would leave many departmentsof in their school houses and ; inteud to make a d splay of surpassing ; peted. Accommodations for 4 barer i'
Marshall was B well known mater. the government without funds. His other plact s b. auty. The commission asked also for bmead's improved system of ventl.

that all the city newspapers wrote up hiswonderful objection sent the resolution over. of assembly. Speaker Crip, when askeda GO.OlO square feet for the French horticultural I and tion.l cold Lighted water with throughout.gas md Abundance Ho '
recovery in detail, and it was ing that by few days ago, what you think of exhibit. bathrooms a nd closets. a4
thus-, as before that Northrop house had the movement for national celebration ing and Parorlbrar"rld- .
ltt. M. THE SENATE. a Just a bad cold, and a hacking j rooms 10t. .
came into the that McMillin of Columbus) ed. Cosh cost of building!
ifor Mr.
; led to his equally marvelous recovery. One TUESDAT-As soon as the journal of Day replied: "The idea The Resul. cough. We all suffer that way some-, ; of campus. Board,1ghls.8O.. Elght.e ''ItpDhnce

t cud scarcely conceive a case more hopeless urging the Monday was read and a few depart- of giving the general celebration of Co. times. How to rid of them is .. tM5 at.,..
f that of Mr. His injury debate being lumbus Diy into the hand of the public get 25.00, Send forct''ocnetoREV. -
tba Northrop. mental communications laid before the Teacher (illustrating angles)-"The
came about in this way: day, nearly announced that he schools impresses me favorably. The the study. ListenI am a Ranch- L.D.BASS, U.U.,Florence,Ala
I four yean ago, lie stumbled and the senate by its president pro tern., Ilr. school is very original inhabitants of New Y"rk lived man and Stock Raiser. My life is
ruling Tuesday public characteristic
Manderson made certainly most along the rivers and laid out the first .
complete length of a flight of stairs a motion was by ,
;; which at the steep his effect of the ruling product of the 400 years of the rough and exposed. I meet all F' j'l
were rear of stor His Quay to go into executive session for thepurpose street at right angles to waterfronts.Do .
.t head and spine were severely injured. He man entire control of considering the nomination of American life. The public school stands y nu understand that?" weathers in the Colorado mountains.I ,

was picked up and taken to his home. Cp the house should justice of the court. The motion for the spirit of enlightenment which has Pupif-"Yes'm." sometimes take colds. Often they P ,

I paral jus very soon developed by voting down supreme been the mark of life in this country. Teacher "But the are severe. I have .used Gennw
spite of the most strenuous efforts was agreed to and within the brief waterront were LITTLtL1vER41F.,
of friends and physici8 the terrible makes The rs space of five minutes the doors were reopened The public school may have its defects, not parallel. They met I point forming Syrup five years for these. A few ,

affliction itself upon him. proposed to incre the nomination of Mr. Shiras a but take it all in all, it is a superb an acute angle. Do you understandthat doses will cure them at any '
For two for the stge.
nearly he
was thing.
yean perfectly of the court of the United _ _ i"Pupi"Yes' !
rk helpless fle could do nothing to up- Holman's motion,, justice supreme The last one I had was stopped
port his strength in the least effort. He had division insisted States having been confirmed. The pre- THE MAFIA AGAIN.A 24 hours. It is infallible." James
''I to be wheeled about in an invalid's chair. siding officer at 1 o'clock laid before the what was the result

He waek pale and fast sinking when in this senate :Mr. Hale's resolution as to the relative Strange Letter Received by the Chief when all thl se streets finally meet?" A. Lee, Jefferson, Col. <<) q I
4 his that was followed aa PILLS
came veritably ) effects of the of"protection" York." Smith andStrect' .
: matched his life from the jaws of deatb. of minor republican policy of Police of New Orleans. Pupil-"New AN ASTONISHING
4 Those who at that time old and the democratic policy Good News. : ;:
saw a man five-million-dollar / DO NOT GRIPE lOB SICDt.
Chief of Police Garter of New
; wheeled his "Y'I and Orleirs: TONIC FOR WOMEN.
into store on a invalid's chair of "tariff for revmue only, SUn ears for SICK HKAIV. I
:.-A would no recognize the man now, B great world's fair Aldrich proceeded to address the senateon received 1 letter Saturday from what is An Early Display of Fireworks.A cELRE'8: ACHE impaired dIgedIosesf
; r is the change that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the fighting unti supposed to be the I., is Ia- p tion,torpid gland,. ._ ':
that Maf Following
L i: have wrought. When Mr. Northrop learned was subject. making a strong protection the letter ylta oln.remove lal.Ja :
of the speech. Mr. Vest followed immediately very fine di'play of fireworks was let 0 e. Mqe J
,' remedy that had cured Mr. Marshall division, the NEW ORLEANS, July 29.-To of Police neys Jade. Co.Dillons _
; & in Hamitn and the poison in Lockport, he ments al sent on the opposite side of the question. : We Lave in onr pos Chef Jlarr. off from a magnificent building in the WINE -C neloaa '

Fills supply ot Dr. WilambJ Fink the The debate was interrupted in order to per- Wi Gaitr him in your hands; for$50< or will Green pirk, London in November, 1748, 0 0 orders.urD& Ell.co .

'4 through V5V oodward Me.avenue Baltt, .& from Homme the reached. Mr. mit the conference report on the general lbrt him for $1,000. We will send you his to celebrate! tlie peace of Aix-a-Chappele.) I ICAROUI Beautify complexion by portfylaa'blood. .
deu. Sound He deficiency bill to be presented. The cothes, etc., such as we found on hi: person The i ext fine display FCKZIY YK6XTABLX. m
a impemet faithfully with the in mind by one bad br ak au The dose If riccly adjnated to rait eaw,U on*pin onDerrrbetoo
abe t tie until now reading of the report showed that the the clfsant one they had in Paris, on May much.Each vial; eoatahii 42,carried la vntpocket. '
remey to Mr. Bankhead thorized by body will be riddled with .
rra M. Nortl'op dollar conferees had agreed to modify the sen shot; then sent you bJ for present. Thi money 31, 1770, in honor of the marriage of the Ii>e.lead pencL Business' mn' fitatconvenience. *'-
amendment I a tan &
%:k: declares that being the cn b his dOlbt restoration a quesion being ate amendment as to payment for government must reach us before twenty days, unle you Dauphin, who was Loui.XVI embryo. i where Send2-cent AH genuine goodi "Crt"8._ "
: Plnk.l cause transportation on Pacific railroads. will have his right ear. For fU.th r information The French, in their intense enjoyment, sp.You get 32 page book wUllap
t u all other remedies and to call the roll DR. HARTER
melcl address CO.. St. .
into the debate general po-itoffice, Chicago such fine lal. .
ttet left him I a condition amendment. On Other senators came deliver. tot up a crowd and had such an &&ii
St. Loui-i
;.i &fm to wors until at last it g which lasted four or five hours. Mr. or Oreans. elegant panic that nearly 1,000 personswere %&r
amendment was Respectfully, J. MU.SNEZ. .
J,- dee there wa hope for him and he Hale's resolution was then laid on the killed. Some of them were pushedinto Dr. S. C. Parsons.
to 141. Mr. Hoi) It will be remembered that
wa icable He wa in this table. The anti-option bill was laid be: Judge the river, .md some died of shock *>
terrible condition whe began to use Dr. and nays and a of the criminal district court in New I Strengthens the Weak Quiets the Blood Pur ler. 1
; William*,,' Pink Pills, and they have restored ordered. When fore the senate as unfinished business and imd suffocation in the crowd.-New York Nerves Relieves
t him to it wenover till Wednesday The house Orleans, mysteriously disappeared last Evening Sun. Monthly Cures Svphilii,Itch, H1
belt calling of the roll He was old and feeble, was Suffering and Cures mom, .we1nA Si.D
M. was what was claimed bill granting pension ot $12 a month to Apri. ane
-,' wonderful remedy,and replied that that the motion nurses was 0 taken from the calendar walking along the levc(. The Little Girl-"H.>w old are you?" FEMALE DISEASES.ASK easRhenmatimPJ. '

.f,. he understood that the proprietors claim it of nearly twenty. army and passed with up amendments anda impression of his friends was that he had Miss Ant que-"I -how old do I I Ma'aa.c.m
' to be a blood builder and ; YOUR DRUGGIST ABOUT IT. Fever Lver :
nerve ately changed fallen into the river and drowned
Itreq was )look i"Lite Sores,
,4 supplying a condensed form all conference asked. After a short exec 1.00 PER BOTTLE. & rp.
mews uecdewir/I M>earicti ,.o ut'x' >J, rsur ele>j negative to utive fession the senate at 6:10 o'clock and that impression still prevails. Girl (after reflection" 'Bouta CHATTANOOGA MED. CO., Chattanoogi,T.,m. S ions and ali disorders N, '
in order that he irom impure
chattered nerves ani drive out di It adimrned.WEDNESDIT.. ATLANTA MARKETS. .
is by the Pills.fr move a -- 11-100 -LOO. :.,
cme prprietr tt { .-In the senate, Wednesday MEDICAL DEPAUTMENT

i'; palpitation cr prlyis rheufatism, he tahe.ltca were declared withdrawn the S un-crnpulou -
disease peculiar t females, J0 appetite. navalaf.ir introduced a joint resolution who tell you that their bogus Its advantages for practical 10mSIANA *5r "- Dr. S. C. xsongd41iali" -
; and yeas 117, nays 105. nostruran& ally in the diseases of the Southwest. well and keeWSk
diuinelepteme\ memory ., act in relation to the pro .rocerle Irnal bitters are identical as the'aw woure-i it superabundant Physician tells how to pet
.e : a dis vital frm overwork mental cans voted t posed international naval review at CleRRtel-Arbucke's 19.60 $ 100 fl>. Hosteller's Stomach Bit ters. Such statements great Charity losPI. alItI its 700 material b". and from 2.UIQ the 400 pages, profnpely iutrated eFo P'j-j
; worry, of ment. The patients& & have I '
lo fal-"e. n. phlets.qaestion
for are Ask
Green-Ex for, and insist hospital 8.01 inforC
,4 Roads and New York. The cep ;Lvering'sI9.6O. upon bavin?, and special instruction
1 pay u '
to say, Northrop, |'ht voted, against Hampton tra choice riOe 18c the genuine article, which given AT THC BFDSiisior of charge, adilrrsn with stamp, :.
well Tae
; ; ;common a ascer in no other inttitntton. "
I do't 1 cannot have much say too faith much in patent in mdicine3,. democrats voted to amendment of the empowers to and send directs the the United secretary 16c!ugar-Granulate go 5c; cfl granulated complain.rhcumatism tal d reme y for malaria, ki-in,i dyspep-ia liver college information! s'asion SICK a(dress I.tctober I.;, 1892. Fur catalogueor lt. 8.-C..PAHSONS.- SaTaD" "A
navy loaf
( Wii&Fink .is The proprietorihovr-. nouncement of the States ships of war to rendezvous in extra -C 4J; pwdere&; Orleans, ; yellow 5c clarified;white tho mflrniitks incident to age. and Prof.S.E. CIAU.LE.. :' !>., Dean, I II WANT.I Representative"- *00 Sr.sy..r.la 5t.p-'ge.1. ';;
that are not a patent medicine his Drawer .
LA. ,
promptly on
in the sense in which that term is reconsider and Hampton Roads in April, 1893, and to 4c; yellow extra C 4c SypNew A German h'ologUt says that the two sides -r ,c. <
i but a highly scientific us proceed thence at some time during the Oi-leans choice 48@50; prime @ ; of tbe face are never al.keJl ITISADUTY YOI owe yourself ''!
prepaation r I ly moved to lay 3035c.( Molasses-Genuine Cuba 35@38cimi- and lamily get the beat
sult of years of Creful stl experi. month of :May or June to New York harbor tation ( Teas Black : value for your money. Economize W L DOUGLAS' "
Then : green4O@6k. ANT persons are oroken down
: Iromover-
ment on the part of the an I 22a2. 35 in your footwear by
fibusterinC purchasing -
? pills were successfully prprietr private to hold a review. The senate joint 65@7O. Cve 23O.Cinnamon wok or household cares.' Brwn's Iron Bitter w. L. Douglas Shoes, I '. .
resolution foreign exhibitors 10@l2c. rebuilds the aids digestion, removes which represent the best value : '
practice for before being au'horiziig Alspice 10@10 Si"steml FOI
placed ** f
years ment and excess of for -
pending ginger 18c. Mace cures malaria. A price. asked, a. thousand
for gel sale. Mr. N Northrop at the world's Columbian exposition to ca ; splendid tonic for women and children. will $ 3 S
the house
he is a living example bring into the United States foreign $1.00. Ue fair n c; good 6c; common testf. NO SUBSTITUTE. nWb GENTLEMEHjV:
This /@ imported Japan 6 @7o I '
next. ;
that there is nothing to ml these was The plume in the helmets of the French
pills as a cr for nerve diseases.eg On inquiry Bailey, of Texas, laborers of their respective countries for Salt_Haw ley's dairy $1 50; Virginia 70c. cI raoons lIre ma leor human hair.HALL' THE BEST SHOE ill THE WORLD FOR THE MHE
for and !"
the of preparing making cream, Choddaric flats 'P I
the that these .purpose Chee-Fu ; .
foul.l pills were man until !!!;it-: Agenu1neaewe4.hoetagwing ,(pfne
ufactured by Or. Medicine Co., adjournment their exhibit was taken from the calendar ; fish half bbl.$4 00; pails 60cSoaps'Tallow CATARRH CURE is a liquid and ,!i;;' smooth inslue flexible! ,more ortable.styllsh e-.t
; Schenectady, N. Y.Willl' Ont, seven of the passed. The anti-option bill 100 bare, 75 lbs 3 00"3 75; i I*taken internally,and acts directly upon the \ i "_ any other shoe ever sold at the Equals custom .oe>
l'.oil \ -\1 prc .
l and the pills are sold in BrokvilJe proposition turpentin% CO bars, 60 Ibs, $225 a 250CaudleaParafine ; an'11cou" furra C' of the 8)Iem L.. S. costing from*4 to$.,.
: Send f .
aeverin'buli and three ( ; :
then speecheswere > Sold ; .
came by .-4' andS5 The mcst
by the hundred), at 50 cents a an motian up 12c; star 10> c. Matches 75j. J. CHENEY frfe. ggsts. :':'.:;;.:_\r"i;:!! $4 Itand-sewedllnecalfshoeL r3
may & .
bx aieY'R ; No } easy and uurablefchoes ever sold at these prtafc-l .
made 00 $3 75 200s P.prs" '.F--
be had of all druggist or diret by mill point of upon i. 40$4 ;3. & ; $2 OOa'2 75;60s, r- fine% shoes costing from S3 to$12. -f ) ,,
.) from Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,fromeitharabove attempt was made to have vote on gross $3 SdaKegs bulk 5c;do lIb pkgs $3 pre Shoe,worn by farmers and Lu.oIT1'becL
'I The price at which these and Mr. Bingham Mr. Wolcott's motion to refer the bill to 5%c;cases, 1 and J,lbs Sc.Aolb6c. ScrofulaIn ;- -, ; U -want a good heavy cal three sle.exunstqaedgesasei.' '.*
[ pills ads a course of treatment hnuse which was Crackers-XXX soda 6>|o; XXX butter A _':" ersy t walk ,an.l wi fet warm. .' ._ r. *+
ar sld make the immittec finance and when Mr. -. '
k on 6c XXX Neck. Ollno ,*S. 5 Uorklngaie* ;
: with them comparatively inexpensive as the filibusterers Washburn asked unanimous consent to ; par oysters Ccj; she18U excelsior r.- The te e- ffftmwriVuorr.oro wear for the muneytban .nyotrnffmaaa..
compared with other remelies or medical demanding tellers. 7c;lemon 9c;XXX gnger snap ;corn- fol.owng i from : r They are xnada for service. The Increasing sales show that wflM'Irjfonen .
treatment. This case is one of tie most re- members have a time fixed, (perhaps Thursday) hills 9c. Candy-ASorte stck ; French \Ir J. Tlbrkwe ;t have found this out.RftVQ' ;
markableoa eight bill and mixed % milk of the ,4 h2 and Vonths ai.? Schnal SbL .
record sales it. right for taking the fin il vote on the go-CondtnB&l : )) otcKe .. W u w The mCS5I0 ',
Mr. wurn by the boys !
herein Detroit, and not a thoimnl Bingham and $6 OOaS 00; imitation makerel ; sal evebee .
able shoes
a at these
mile pending prompt Pen
-. it can be easily Mr. ling a1leavc of amendment very mon $6 00a7 50:F. W.oysters 81 75a.--;L.W. pr"My little we L A I roM R' b3 prl Owcd,$2.50,$3 and $1.t3.',
awY. Terfei by Willie ffi F
.9; very well people of objecton was interposed $135; corn 82 50 a 3 50; tmato $l60. ', by .. ,__ S.' v fehoes for Blisses ore made tastes* *.-i1W1
t 4
Detroit and he says he is only too glad the Mr. White. Many pension bills Ball potash $320.'Starch- 4c; lump f HJafiflfrfdiS .nw6 )"ea old.2 years gola or fine C.lf.o delr They are very styllMlortatlo -, ::JT -
' ; testify of the marvelous good wrought in t recting ser were taken from the calendar and passed; 5c; nickel packages $3 50; celluloid $5 0 i 'Shal a scrofula bunch I- shoe equals whowtaJi custom tosoo"mM4
absent members ,, shoes coiling! from tl to$6. Ladles J
to Tillbrook.under one ear which
Pickles : or mixed, $1 OOdl the "
case. He says he clide it his duty t also) the senate bill to facilitate the enforcement plain pints 4; quarts Wile doctor and it -'> mlze In their footTveurfroCndlcs this out.
help all who a similarly afflicted by any of the house of the immigration and con- $1518. Powder-U.te. kS$5 ; U kegs cIRr>tl for some tnl.'t..lnce dl S \ F CAL'TJOX. BewareofUcaIerssubstlttltlngshoeilw -,
wordIe. can say in behalf of the lion was i $0 6 $ per sack.Floor. hood's an., the l'In n-iLi.sr', out\V.L.Dous'-as'name and tie prlre stamped on BOMOB.
arsnparia IieIe
wonderfu tract labor laws of the United States ,. ASK Such refraudnlcnt and subject toprosee*
efficacy of Dr. Williams' Fink the house ; S Ih.(lre FOR W. L DOUGLAS' SHOE&. substitutions 4'
Pil. again comes a also) the house bill to authorize the con I Grain and Jleal.i rAR1LL., He lias ncu-r bei-n \ SARA-, Yr not for sale ln your place send t'ou direct' by liw to Factory for obtalnln-t, statintr money kind under, false size rrct and n wM 1 *

',;4 Of General Intrst up struction of a bridge over the Tennessee i Flour-First patent $5 50; second patent healthy and da3y.growing wan eOstnge free Will give excln.iv ale to shoe rfpaler and eeneralcliantu
on Mr. Bin htm'a river at Deposit, Ala. After a short : $5.00 ;extra fancy $4.50; fancy ${25; family strrger.' _______ ______ where 1 hare no agents. Write for Catalogue.. Coaglas Brocktoa,MaIVL

,7 Japan's theology has eight hells. motion made by ) executive session the senate $ @$ 00. Corn.-No. 1 white 63c. PILLS do not weak"n.but
% sider the vote by adjourned No 2 white 63j; mixed 65c. Oats diges.ion and tone the btomaclu Try ai
c Alabama negroes hare $20,000,000.. ed from its TnURSDAY.-I the senate, Mixed 44a-c; white 44c; Kansas rustproof them ,1aAft, 44 _## JP91LOVELLDlAMONDCYCLESOfl'f

Manitoba is the prize wheat sect ion. fair amendment. appointment of select Sic. Hay-Choice timothy, large bales, CHILDBIRTH ;
committees to sit No. 1 timothy, large 95c choice
recess were bale ;
There 1 a moth insurance TnuESDAT. re .
i 95c No. timothy 1
company. ported. After spending one h'>ur in passing swal bae ; ma MADE EASY !
called in the bales. small .
Our street rtl ways employ 70,764 men. up bills on the calendar, among them 9 baes 8S. For Ladles and Cents, ftli styles
that congress Meal- 67o ; bolted 58c. Whet brl- I FRIEND k scientific wln Pneumatic Cushion and Solid Tires.
MOTHR' a l
Ir: Helena has 'gold brick worth 150- the law to the
$ eight-hour as public
o'clock. Mr. work Large sack 85 small sacks 87c Cottonseed ally prepared Uniment Diamond Frame Steal Drop Forging, Ste lTubmg.Adjustable
of the United Sti-tes and the : meal-$ cwt Steam fe-tl.3 ,ever inge- Ball Bearing!to all running part
he wanted the
000.More Grits Pearl dient of recognized .
Pedals. Saddle.
including Suspension
than men stand Columbia, the anti-option bill WAS taken per cw 5
18,000.00 ready and Mr. PWtiCTllW.IcsI.ii.w.
constant the in EveS?
by medical Strictly HiGH GRADE
at2 Washburn u esee
o'clock and Mr.
for the battle up p. m., pro '
i Eurpe the has
flbusterJ moved to lay the table. Mr. Country Po.ce. fession. These ingredients are com
A Missouri man ate eleven dishes of ice su cn Wolot Eggs 9&100 creamery bind in a manner hitherto unknown .

cram and did not die until a week af- adjournment. moved finance.to This refer it to the. to on 20a2yc choice Tennessee 16 18c;other grade JOHN P. LOVELL ARMS CO.,Mfrs.,147 WaehIngtOt'St,80STO ,MASS.
was greed by Live 10@12o per
: terward. vote of 65 ptr-Tke
t10 the very dec'sive m jrity of 32 to 13. Ib; hen ccken "MOTHERS'FRIEND"
Te g earnings of the chief rail ment fxin Mr. Paddock then proceeded to large & ; small spring 10 15c.
5, delvr 18 20c; ducks 15al8c;chick .
country, by'rdstret' !
a presented an argument in fav of the 'ptrTej -
< r o --
: $87,000,000 during McMilttn bi.. potatoes, 1.20 per bbl .. .... ....
'er Turpie also defendel the bi !I. ; fnC sweet potatoes -
nal! adjournment bn Honey- I :
. ;k *, May, 182..t moral and legal points of view. After Strained 81.100 new-$05 10al2c. Onon WILL DO all that is claimed ue stomach. Over and
fo : purify the blood art safe i ifectoal.
The hole in the world is Siturdny. was the amendments came up for ac $2 50 per bbL Cabbage-Green Florida it AND MORE Labor U a The ottrtT5' ta-sr .
dept bor vote of 121 to wa lY. ItShore medicine
51. lb. Louisiana ] .
:rT at Germany. It is 8 the Mr. Washburn'a amendment to per >( Lessens Pain, Danger and people dauS. Const!paiioo. rmpewia, I -
landing :
feet in and for geological strike oat section 12 to. Mr. who have weak Inngs or Asthma % Headache.of .
was Life of
Mother and
dept i 'ade '1)3Mr.. Pr.T.I.. Child. Book ,should nse Pico's Cure for Armetito. Heatal _
4 Daniel's amendment to strike out section Painfol Dlgo tion., Pimple*. I IBreath.
le& the rib sides to mailed FREE Consumption. It has eared ?? -
'motion to Ce boxed 8c; ice-cured bel MOER" containing Oompr ion. Tlrad '
The largest bee-keeper in the world which 18 was debated until 5 o'clock, when the 13'/slscoording valuable i information UMMiMatf It has not Injured f erery symptom or d&? rewulting torn
: 1 the house le 10 Sag-n one. It Is not bad to take.It T blood,orafailure by tbe ftoramcb,lirw ox faJ
;, M. Habin California who to the senators, exhausted by the oppressiveheatyoted average; California 9o; m la the beat cough ayrap. to perform their proper function Fenon

', < >thoUDd ,'prod ciog>,wo h greement amendment unanimously for adjournment.ThehooM breakfast bacon ll\. L-P leaf -o; t volut teoni BoW- everrwker*. S c. !orer-eattng Price.bymaiLl are b huc leaf S# refined noue.CtetU express receipt of
', rcsolu-ion ,was ; dressTRETUPA1tSCBEI1CALOO.iO8WS
Gf adjournment IUOpb
. ,..l":. &c p'' -. ',_ 1. .terers. came to nodred and to the BRAOFIELO REUTO p c AIL -, AzciU Watntedi EIGhTY pSre *r \*
Outhwaltt who
"fee appropra.d --
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