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 12, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00301
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l walks, the windows, the housetops V *er. T SOthtjtagushe old him wouldbe. 2 LOVE'S FLITTING. day, Peters he sold BOut thaousan'tew a Bostoncomp'ny and investigate.turned to In the another left and pounding second V ,
CAPATNSEPtEy! lined with exultant peop e. I I fer twenty-five -an Pokey was Don't growl weather
1 Shecould not rest under flag. comtn ville fer.That' the stage road. About the
themselves hoarse; women waved Mot h Wen Love i coining; half's what I went t' Braowns along up
They were,indeed, sundered lines my loomed suddenly as 'tis find
; the old flaB ; him with and joy I A dark object up For you'll

)\\1\1\ i i _- __ handerhief, many specimens of it few, gT2S I and picket posts were between them. Did:et him aligb t song enter 1 all. "Good they hot past, and a sudden chill cent To make your mind to weather
S A said ,
weariness filled his
> -\ small, being Brought out from secret His gieit came upon Smecey. Flatter and feast the boy; Hen pipe, the sluggish blood coursing throughHen's Than weather to your mind.
., places Where had been hidden since strength was slowly i and went out, whistling softly. veins. He halted and turnedPokey's
. ; his mmd diseased" left him no peace and Crown him with gems and roses, "to hear
the I !I" said the boss, Don't growl
:: Civil r rjgifril was a grand, a s1- but little rest. As sooa as he was able t Charm him with winning wile, "By Jove in that of his, with unwilling head on the back About"the sermon,"
: him tell It easy way
.".: War.. A mount a horse he rode back to the Bind him with lovely: garlands, the occasional i course. And show your lack of wit,
,> and
: seedy.booking fat man, whO tad foi traced the long lines of. fortifications, the cowboy lingo but
; the
.. Come months kisser, and smiles, Sure enough, it was stage; For, like a a sermon hurts ,
been it
VV keeping 1 small huck.Iter's and surveyed the spot where he had dashed Ad Yankee twang, you'd think I very horses attached. Hen bt T!
V,: S ,' shop at Knoxville stood on a dry. at the works at the head of his moun When Love is gain, common-place affair. I don't know there were no the doorhandle.A. The closer it doth ft ,
goods box the columns going I felt around and *

V, ;'. VV t BY UAJ. .JAMES P. FITS trough the street a and lofty harangued marched taeer. it would have teen better i Leaving the you fickle al what you romantic think of, ani it, but I'm I glad think it's it turning decidedly cry-a child's cry-came from within. Don't growl Abut-you neighbor V
nearest hiznV"Ah Craving. tyrant to wheel found
that had ended it for me, he mused. Hen tied Pokey firmly view.
this is the thnj gentlemen and Five miles back was his great cottonplantation Some newer slave! and ; out so well. Hen's an hoaest chap, the door again, and cnter. For in your neighbrs

1i' ladies. Glad 1 am lived to see inherited from his father, Hinder him not, but quickly. and deserves all the luck in the world. God!" His neighbr i not faultless
CHAPTER "Thank -
: X this day! 1 haven't dared to express mj where his own childhood and youth had Even though your heart may bleed, Toe girl must be u plucky one, too. & Hen almost That neighbor being you. '.
MOUNTAINS.Major woman's voice.
'lf IU.CI Brandon TO THE had joined.the battai- I sentment here have before this day. To hate been passed. He rode over to visit it. Saddle 0 horse for his journey, Hum! hum!" And the boss looked at I was fainted a to think that an its ownei Boston Hera!!. a
I ion some time before the occupation oi Pale of to *prejudice the More than two years had gone since he And bid him God-spaed I the ceiling and blew smoke rings in a terrible ,
my soap, starch lar< candles had viewed that familiar and beloved should be in such a predicament."Oh
}: the city, and his wife now came on fromMemphis -which 1 Elizabeth Aker?, in the Century. he sometimes hid. AY.
the way THE
This little by way, will continue tc scene; but It had lived in his airy ranch who sir, have you coins to take ua HUMOR OF >
to join him. COrpS sell to you very cheap for cash. But how There wasn't a man on the and
it made dreams, from Shiloh down to Yicksbur I The driver fell off, I think,
reduced that was away
V 'f. was so largely it does rejoice.my heart to see this proud He had ictured when the being didn't hate to see Hen go, and whowasn't andwe're lick be lenient
and his \ a day war ROMANCE.BY horses broke somehow, If cannot a man
: part of the garrison, the Major display of the II1EN HAWS1' his fortune. the loos you
gallant defenders of over and Rone, he should come backto honestly glad at good .
: house where ColonelSmedlty O'J almost frozen. with his Sifting
wife a fault.-Tuu
occupying It evinced
reminds me this beautiful home with Life the misanthropic Posey
'; was a welcome Ruest Mrs.the of the bloody field of Shiloh- where I'Min flouldbo something worth Isabel then; R. L. KETCnCSI. little he said good-by to Hen could see her I.II was a Handcuffs might appropriately ba

with warm sympathy busied the thickest of tto first day's fight receiving he would be one of the largest planters EN HAWK was not a regret a after Thanks young, good-looking! woman, she called sd-irons.-LJwel Courier.
her own locality, him when the morning
: frm mn wounds and General Grant on the river his 'people," he called held to hot breasta child
; tight is
; clasped from bad
herself in trying to make them more com- a in great spirits.Pr Hen sat on his bronco all readyto Stealing away company
1'Brdn saido me at night: 'Ithuriel, how his hundred slaves, would never leave giving, three old. Neither was clad
in such as only a woman'sskilled goes He had been fairly railroad town to years .-Binghamton Leader.The .
forUble, ways the justifiable
the battle? 'Doubtfully, General- J him, bond or free; he would raise great start for Jersey, such awful weather. leny
and Smedley for
fingers can;admired, in a ,lan on. sid; but with the morrow's sun I 'i I. crops of tte staple, and accumulate I I bubbling over the east of us. Hen's hurt stood still for a moment. man who wants to live in clover

:; better acquatanc virtues and in accompany you to the field again to d wealth for Isabel to enjoy; perhaps part with good humor a beautiful morning, almost child remained hereit need only buy a lawn.mower.-Chicgo
guid way, homelke die for the cunse we adore. The weightof of the time they would live in her house ( for two weeks, I'Va spring, and Hen couldn't have 1C that woman and Inter-Ocean. .

,; '. dustry.That's my character, the prestige of it Vicksbnrg, and occasional long visit and was almost certain deatb. It mightbe
i:., -Tha's the wife for a soldier, said the shall always be given-'f my name to New Orleans a and Cincinnati would added every to his day wished for a better day to start on. The days before help rlcb him,and "That's where the sbo hurts," as the .

day, with enthusiasm, as the The Battalion and to make life last good-by said, he straightened up, them muttered rubbing the backof '
r. friends and comrades to. pas-ing as this climax give themnrety help cheerfulness.Only that even if aid could come to to-mor- bridegroom ,
: left the y/fr I cool breeze looked to see
sniffed ,
was reached the orator prosperously.Alas ( head.-Truth.
was recognized. go smoCthly would have frozen dean- his
"She's true in true toher row, they
gether. every way; ,. ten days and with an
all right
4 Mnjor Brandon nodded to one of for the dreams that were everything waas ,
her country, and her home.. th\oer while. On the other hand- It isn't much by industry we thriveas ,
and then so
"I hUlband geants, who left Irs place long to they had been rudely shattered by that more "Adios, boys," was of waving his handin "
I odeyl""Hnu cave m the sides of the box enoulh fatal interview with Isabel' and even the for "the -States.,-,--. acknowledgment rousing cheerwe "Can you ride, missis? by the favor of those who will pay for ,<

*. V -"I don'twant to be but art of his rifle, rnd Ithnriel Mancey, soaring but poor fragments were now to be swept We, of the "L. bar," who had known him as he reached the top of the "Yes, indeed." the fruits of it.-Truth.
:1 Impertinent; higher and higher in tha The horseman drew rein by the gave "Wai! then, quickPIn -
not following a ? delivery of his wny. him for two year, almost, were at a los the creek. "How does your new errand-boy go,
f yon and looked hill across
1 Impudent fiction wide entrance to the grounds
found his minute-
suddenly another
J' old madness that for this sudden rise in Hen's odd miles John onl" "The long ,
not that on you you to account only twenty vaTappaenty.
broad of Only
\ great bulk rolling in the gutter, greatly sadly up the avenue olb. Jersey .was straddle-so. hold th'
> me the mountain? Yon act blackened where mental and probably to arrive thereat "Ride Nao\ time."-New York Truth.It .
marked tie temperature every
ruins Hen
abut i to the amusement of the crowd and the spot away, and expected th' hose take 'is cwn road.Min' .
LV.. like it soldiers. the noble mansion once stood; outbuildings showed it. Indeed, there were several noon, in time to get his dinner, dispose kid 'n let : is the man who has to live on cornbread f,

Colonel returned the an evoslve That an- The needs of our narrative compel us cabins, all bad been consumed. of the boys who hinted that an explanation -. of his bronco and make the 2 naow I""Butwhat ? at home who finds the most fault V

1'r" cur and Mrs.changed Brandon plied subject.her husband at this point to part with Ithutel: Man A bent and decrepit old negro hobbled from him would be gratefully received o'clock train East. There was plenty of are you going to-- II with the pie when he.travels.-Raui4
I. night cey. He is,or was lately, leading np, and, the rider's boot-leg, Hen was fastening thc driver's robe
with questions, and obtained all that he but 0 precarious uttered gasping. by his curiosity-beset co-laborer; 'time, so he let his horse take its own Horn. V
shabby, always goodnaturedexstenc
knew about his friend's hopeless passion. bress ole soul, :Mas' but Hen would merely grin a broad, and himself up to his about her. besides the date do .
He "Why, my pore gait, gave He "What ,
ever ,
Naow on an -
i Cincinat. ready all right. hang
V "It is too bad, she said,with emphnsis, any but Charles, wha' yo' been so long? Dey broad grin, and say nothing. But just thoughts. "Im in engagement ring"
.r that so fine a man and so good a soldiei descrpto let the. keep o' th' kid. Go ou Pokey they usually put
laid dead.? before
is chiefly desirous of yo' was ten uajs Thonl'livinrA --- --
How sweetthe Town
of such lqui Going home! Home!1 I" She V (pointedly) ) "Fingers.1
should be guilty missus
folS. nature, with an occasional small been fighting for the Union, Jere secret out."Boys Good-by,
nothing else, for a who loves 1\8 word sounded I Five years-only the in a deserted Topics.
He was alone on prairie
I V I i return theiefor he will hold forth eloquently said he in a muffled voice,
",1 'i, J country enough to risk his life for her. for the amused frequenters of the "Yo' has?. Good! Tee powerful alad ol knife-load five, but they seemed twice a many. He stage coach,with the storm howling Duck is to be a favorite wear this

,'f1, t make" himself unhappy over a rebel places that he haunts as to how he, fo's come back. Now
L wma't know about that Alice said Grant, Buell, Nelson, and a few others, roun' heah, won't yo' build up of potatoes live through them. The first two had other things for a long time before he who are in the swim.-Lowell
;.:. won the second fight at Shiloh. place? De boys an'girls will come home back t' th' Statesl"Openeyed not been so hard. He had been full of that all his was in
with mischievous remembered money Courier.
::*, the Major a pretense days astonishment all around the
Mrs. able to rejoin her -some ob'em--when dey know yo's and had told himself it
if of arguing the question. "If I had hap.penea husband speedily, and thereafter her home Dey're scattered all roun' now." breakfast table. hope and vigor little his saddle-bag. There are people who think theirneighbors'

1 f;: a gray unior I suppose was not disturbed by the war. In that "The' war is not done yet, Jerr I can't "That's what, boys. goin' right was only a little while-only a all \ clance9 is purty nigh agin houses nceJ painting because
't youwould have loved as well- i Im Then when the reward for in his I I
November occurred the successful dereiise tell when it will be, or shal feel I after Thauksgivin' tew. whie. my ever needin' it, he they do not wash their own windows.Ram's .-
1\.:' eh? of Knoxville, on which occasion young about the old home then How was the seemed to be no less distant thanat "Taint like I bed a stove
"I would have had nothing to do with "The dooce I ) lost a toi quaint way. Horn.
ye say Iutve Sometimes he had
V Dan Baird realized his longcheiishedwish place burned? it was hard. She'll it fur
0' save
hull lot grub.
V ?. yen" replied Mrs. Bandon. indigmntly; of lighting with the soldiers. He "Las' Janirer de fire catched.( I dunno rich r'lation 'r b'en doin' D ltle rustlin' frst he would give it up and go an' a : There i nothing in the world more
V ad Major rather said that bitter be was in Tort Sanders at the time of the assault how, only dat night do sojers was allover on th' side. Now I think 't, they home to confess himself beaten; then the me, likely# ,*auybaowv* 4. aggravating to a man with I secret than
i i. ," thought the women were more and behaved well.V de Louse, buildin' big fires in de was some talk 'bout thar bein' some inside who 1 to meet people who have no curiosity.
1 little brown eyed girl
V partisans than th men were. Mrs. Baird and her children, happy In chimbly-places, and nisiu de debbi as 'sistance t' th' Baldy Stites gang picture of the in the I was two days later that the stage, Atchison Globe.
V Juy, passed, important tidings the return of their friends, and especially Oh, I tell yo', Mais' honored this hyar vicinity wi' had cried so bard that day meadow coming down from Jersey with several
for the Mountain Battalion. Gen- of their benefactress, Mrs. Brandon, usual jo' bin away lOse sojers most broke I w'en they volunteered lot-the little girl who, through her Samaritans aboard, found him. It was He-"Is it true that you are engaged

rtl Bnrnside was organizing and equipping thought there was nothing more on earthto my pore heart wiv devre drofful do ins'! th r 'tendons last year. tears, had told him to be brave uid patient two weeKS and more before he came to to Mr. Bartow I"! She-"! don't know;

a army at Richmond, Kentucky, be desired. But a great surprise anda Sometimes de Lincum boys come, sometimes "Red" Posey. and all would be well-would come the hotel where he had had the society papers haven't announced it
for the liberation of East Tennessee, and gnat joy was in store for her. The de rebs, an' I declar' to goodness I Hen, having joined liberally ih the before him and he would set his teeth himself in he yet.-New York Herald.
" ,It would soon move toward Knoxie. Major's wife had noticed that Captain link one lot 'bout as bad as todder. Dayorders smiles that followed this remark, wenton it every possible ateDtion. was, as
l The record of the unit Hankins was a frequent vhiiortc de niggers roun', an' breaks up de hard and "pitch" in again. Maybe himself remarked, "Glad to be alive, an' IWat is a dark horse papal asked ';

f war had become known at Washington, the house; but she was not prepared for chairs for tiudlm', an' pulls up da car : th' insinerations back intuth had soured. him a bit. He wondered if fin' I hedn't los' no han's n'r feet." Gas well.! >'Dark horses V are

; and the General had been authorized to the announcement which the widow rather fo an' rips ii' de sofa bottom "I cast he had not been rather unsociable the and child had of the leaders, Freddy" re-
n"t blanket -r" But woman gone
-- th' sometmes nightmares
call for this command to aid in delivering diffidently made to her that winter, that to see if deie's money hid in it, an' th' teeth o' th' red-nosed gent wi' rather poor company for his the day thai his Chronicle
. their homes. Many of the sick and she and the Captiin were to be married.Wel some ob de dishes an' smashes de fragrant name. No, sir. 'Taint neitherone and concluded he had. they had left Jersey very pled papa.-Pitsburg
tronnded had returned to duty, and almost steal 'fore I companions, Hen's halt dead form was brought in Telegraph.
I heartily congratulate you, and dey makes great charcoal p c- n'r t'other. Mebbe go Il to
two hundred could now be mustered. Brandon, recovering from her tures on.de walls ob de debbil, sometimes tell ye-an' mebbe I won't." His thoughts turned again Moly. by the relief.party-and with them went DrWng.Room. Inanities : She ."
; 'The.re for t transfer was read one surprise. "1 should think it would be a holdin' Oe Abe in his cliws, sometimesOle And Mr.Hawkins again know- How pretty and sad she that ., Hen's money; for the saddlebag bad "No. Mr. Splosher-

, night and enthusiasmprevailed 1. rely good arrangement." Oh, it was awfn! But eber that the boys smied. immeasurably the tears on her pink cheeks day been taken to the the that's my ugly side!" He (wishing to
over discipline; the line broke "I really hope so, ma'am I've always since de fire dey'R been nothing to come ing (for somehow he couldn't for the life of hostler and no one else had had possession "Well really I 'dnn'tgyvany .
whence -a-
I came please)
forth in cheers of delght. They were known Bur be was poor Walfs best fer, a' Jerry an' Ole Mammy libed in, I unt they him think of her except as she looked of them besides which, much t< : I" Punch."f
- "V going home, after two years of friend, enjoyea his obtr in de ole pig-ppn." the on which he was going her last Ho rememberedhow difference V
he )
when saw she had hei
(: ; absence; home, where the hearts of nil this winter. But I was astonished when Smedley gave the old fellow some hJme. 1. conscious he had been that she was 'the l nlhr's surprise, "Does time fly a fast a before youq
. men are, but oh, how wholly those of the talk about him with the bill a greenback when
tie man began to mam ing. money comforted assur- Next day immediately after breakfast, married and were merely engaged!
the road were
:" tt soldier! Those that were left, not half You d01't mean it,' said I. 'Wby, yes, ance that he would return some time, and rode off in the direction ofBrowns- watching him.as he went down left. len's money had been mostly in "Does One bill doth treadupon
of the number that went out would soon dared not look back for fear grocery
k. I do,' he said. Aouever do with rode away. Ten and how he bills denomination.Hen it '
ea and children; they would me and these What'l?' 'Take good More than ever, now, he felt alone, cut vie, the nearest town on the west about his courage would give out. And just to "kept a stiff upper lip" and said aotber's heels, so fast they fol

; a lberator and probably cire of yon, of course. Nice folks; I off from human ties and sympathies. He. thirty miles away, and we saw nothingof think! Only a few days more, and- when he got back to the ranch, low.-Indianspolis'Journal.
the re- know and can't make welcome at headquartersand him until Friday, when he returned, little, of the value of
you perfectly wel was always I "Hullo! Wa-al, be teetotally dog- did in shoit time much to There is no question .
There Il he a
war. was hnppi. of
"I' any lltnke And I think it's at the mess-tables of the oihcors i whistling cheerfuly.. The. boys were advertising, but still it doesn't justify a
t- -." ."---". .eke in that cump best not to put it off. An old bachelor is the garrison, but he felt that his d.ijsof keen to know his errand hadbeen goned__ our surprise. umbrella such
: : and very little seep Bmong apt to be an old fool, and some young: girl usefulness were over, and that he bad very for sure he had not The wind had smuea' around .into the Twas all on 'caount o' them blame young mn carrying an

1. is always likely to make a bigger fool of nothing to 11'e for Lut the past. Hetho they were from gone the north; dull gray cloads hid the blue and saddlebag," said he. "Ef I'd let new 1 way 1 i most likely to catch the eye

.f that would take them tot him.' Burt has a dreadful t king way!" ight it be a relief if he couldgo merely to get a few things that had made the early day so fair; fangled notions alone, an' carried th'stuf of the public.-Philadelphia 1'me

: 1 Cincinnati was to be ready in two days. As time passed, and the clamor of thewar back to the nrmy, and again share its grocer's and harnesmaker's, but len did gold three flakes of snow were visible an' other things in my clo'es, I'd Hicks-"See those two ladies over
: Colonel Smedley had not resumed com swelled loud in the distance, Brandon strange, wi'd life. There would be ob not enlighten them. two or
t I mad and the Major felt a little awkward rnd his wfe: fiom this comparatively livion in that, at least; there would That night, however, in the boss'sroom now and then. I was one of these right."-San Francisco ExaminerExpensive there. They seem to be enjoying them-
poaition. He showed him the looked for When, I Hen on cheek that cued selves hugely." Wicks-"Yes; I won-
. 't; i peaceful retreat anxiously activity, excitement-perhaps rst. he told the story to a select audience striking
., erer. news fiom Smedley. Not until the summer near the end of that September, he readin of the boss and the him to rein up his horse so suddenly and Chessmen.The der which of their dear friends they are

'.r. course*, Charley, )you'll take com of the close of the hostilities were the newspapers from the Northwest the consisting make the above inelegant remark. New York Home Journal picking t pieces."-Boston Transcript.
: 4 mand,and come back ? Gods-! to look his fuce, to of Chickamauga, scribe."I descrbe
permitted and
upon stirring story
they long in on
sight his
, creature was fond ot hone
Not living of chessmen
think of the reception that you'd have his Land again; anti in the me in- with its alternate tides of defeat andVctOr b'en kinder holdin' of ye see, I a a remarkable set hve 'Hawkin i very

. ./ there!" time grasp, they waited in anxious suspense. his spirit was roused again as at 'cause a feller no ways cert'n savin''is all the broad plain. Hen and his horse just been finished br a down East me. isn't hel"! "Why, no, he hates him.

:'V_ There was a little huskiness in Smed- Th3 letters that he had promised came e of a bugle. With the paper in milk t'll he gits the pail out f'm un- I were as much alone as if they had beenon chanic. The pieces are made of silver "That's queer. I saw him riding

r ley's voice. "Ko, Graham," he said, "my not; but ins'e1d, vague relorts: that their his hand, he sought the Post Surgeon, der the eaow but now, bein's I've got the open sea. Human habitation, between and bronze, and the period of costume i. park the other day, and he had hU arms

fighting days are over. Some day, when friend had disappeared from Vicksburg, who had lately had charge of his casa. I ; well tell on'y Idon't the "L bar" and Jersey, there and equipment is A. D. 1194, all the the animal's neck."-Harper's Bazar. .
? 4t the war shall become n dream of the and that be had re-entered the Union lTI BE CONTINUED.) it O. K., I mays ye, were none. Hen dismounted and laid being historical and contemporar abut.
I come up to East Tennessee Often they speculated upon his want tho boys to knaow. character
;,1: pst wi the old frendships. Now 1 fate army., and wondered what the next chapter "Ye see, 'twas this away 'Bout five 1 his ear to the ground, and listened intently and strictly accurate in every detail Reynard-"He called me a coward, a

am only a civilian. out of his life would be. Scotch Plan of Making the Eye Clear.It year ago, back in Maine, I c'ncluded t' for a few seconds. Yes-there it of heraldic blazonry and costume.The bully and a liar; would you advise me

' .f the service this that old at last," -that dull, whispering, indistinctroar in chin armor, "I don't
. : morning. Mile will she up folly come out hyar an' grow up wi' the ken- was knights are mai to fight him! Axletree see
The Major tried to speak, and broke said Brandon. "A man cannot always in the great French ma- which the plainsman knows and shield sword dagger. do would
, .: was a hull lot. 'Twan't 'cause I wantedt' with ux, what you can ; you probably
". -k;: down in sobs. At the embarkation the pursue vision that mocks him." who early called attention to the try it but see I sort o' bed tub." fears-the voice of the coming blizzard. Their fur coats have each the individual el a suit for slander."-New York
dew ,
$ scene was most afectng. The ofer "I read him differently, replied his rican method of training children so as "ye The horse heard it, or felt it, and turned blazon of the wearer. The wear .
V boss Herald.
observed dryly queens
_ V4r-: and men thronged Imedle ; wife. "He has determination and devo. of "Ah, yes, ,
' them lberC1)tion his whinnying
. -; ; ;;i ,% begged him not to leave and almost tion. I tremble for him. If he does not to develop in quickness of at "I believe the late Mr. Stites began his his head toward master royal robes and carry scepters. The About the Count: Sister Ethel (who

,t : shook his resolution. win her at last, he will miserably wreck and the power of appreciating : brilliant career in somewhat the same softly. bishops are in church vestments and likes him)-"Well, anyway, he is a pol

I c.. : "Don't nrg3 me, lays,"he said. "It i his life somewhere." glance the relations the objecs mind hi everyday son, way. ""a your difficulty about a horse, "Yes, 01 boy, it's comin all right carry cross and crazier. The pawns are gentleman." Brother Jack (who

;. tt impossible. The surgeon says that my And the sturdy Captain, recounting to life. In training to: !" 'nou h." Hen, as he rose from the men.at-arm a kneeling posture, with ishe "Polished enough but the
of M. Houdin ac too not) ,
. ) life depends on myleain/ senie. Mrs. flanking some of the stirring eventsof it was the practice The white
t' hustle and knife.
,;( ,. My: heart goes with you, my poor, the last two years, usually wound up company some business streets, Hen's laugh over, he proceeded,somewhat ground, "an' me'n you's got ol' spear, bilihook French. The shine i all on his clothes."-Harvard
a. shattered body must stay behind. Good- with wondering whether Col. Smedleywas and, placing the boy before 1 shop window blushingly: bull lot, Mister Pokey, L=t 'er slJe. men are English, the black Lampoon.
Richard I.
. _,> by, and God bless 3 on!" making a fool of himself jet over allow him one glance at its con- "No, 'twan't that, hardly. But theywau't chap! I reckon we c'n make it. English King anl Queen are "You are a kinsman of the host, "aro

: 1\,. Caps were taken off in a silent salute that secesh girl. tents. The boy upon beinir turned from no chance thar for a poor cussan'so Only twelve miles or so, and yet Hen and 1m Berengaria. The bishops are !" asked of the guests.

. t H the steamer passed out of sight of the The last chapters of our narrative will the window was asked to describe what I pulled out. Yc see, me'n Molly knew that the blizzard might overtakehim Herbert Walter, Archbishop of Canter you not" one relation the
said the near
.' : i tall figure on tl landing. relate what fortune still lay before the he bad In the earlier of these object bed bout made aour min's t' before he had traveled four. He bury, and William Longchamps, Bishop "Yes, poor
seen. his
who had dill.V. warml Hopkins up table "I am
the bitterly.
: Captain H mkins, these hearts were so } of foot of ,
man faithful the Earl
j; gently learned both to. rod and write drawn.\'hod lessons it \\:as : difficult mater_to git spliced, an' ev'rythin': was goin' on urged his horse faster, knowing the of Ely; and the knights are cousin fourteen seats removed."-Chicago

. since bonor began to come to him in the -- remember more than oncarticle inn \\1 smooth's smooth,w'en insteps ol' George animal could easily standthc work.It Salisbury! and the Baron of Worcester.The Tribune. .

.. battalion, stood bv the guards and CHAPTER XVII. tilled window, but by degrees the powerof Hopkins au' takes a han' hisself. Ol' was growing rapidly colder, and the castle is Anglo-Norman, and i a

:.: chewed tobacco violently and cffnsive'y.He.was ChAFING I FETTEKS. perception became so acutely developed was a high-toned ol' duck, an' put few flakes of snow were being followed perfectly accurate representation of Frend-"Wat did he'* say ,to you

:.f. J' unable to contain the reflections After the departure of the Battalion' that it became possible for him t) lop 0' airs cause he was th' best by countless thousands. The wind was ieulal architecture. The French King i- you! Miss Rox-
him and at once proceeded Charles Smedley rested at Vicks- various goods shown, on heaps his said life without me meant nothing.1
tat agitated quietly name not only the an' bed be'n S'lect. in velocity, and Hen, bending and Queen are Philip and Ingeborg, "He
.,1' .' them for the benefit of his burg for a time, so far a condition was concerned but to describe their form, quality of the I fixed man in taown of th' w' lt increasing low ower his horse's neck, could Danish the bishops being De FriendHe was sincere in that. That's
. Legislater spouse
> but his mind was a an' member "
listening company. i details to color, man amount to. -
fabric and minute !I' of the of Beauvais and what his possessions
"swish-swish and DC
Isabel since Dreux Sully, just
hadn't red. the
; all wrong, he snid of unrest. He had not .of I on'y a carpenter an ary bear vicious .
. piRa ColoneII go us. To be sure, her abrupt farewell, and of course had arrangement and general appearance Th'wa eiot might've saw haow thingswas snow as it was hurled through the grass Paris. The kniht are also wellknownmen New York Press.

got oter his wound, bu he could pet not ventured tq call at her house, but he the objec. School Glasgow I goin'\ on-I reckon he did-but he and along the ground. Very soon it was of the twelfth century, and the Chappie- IOjc I was in a terwible

; with it, if he would. Things conldI.t had been much upon the streets, hop'ngtofet : Alen Genn's he home see more than a hundred castle Franco-Norman. The set has storm at The waves walled moun-
ton come impossible
.i. mae easy for him i he'd only stay. sight of her or heir from her. One day Scotland, principal has arranged an never let on t'll one nigh talkin'in so ahead, but Hen knew the taken i upwards of six year to make. tain high.se Miss Pinkerly-"Dear me!
V the house and saw that it the experiments f'm taown an' heered m Molly yards or V
he passed by principle .
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and for safety's sake Weren't afraid! Chappie--"No,
.i : ; "What's the matter wlth.hlm. Bnrt?" was closed nnd that there was I sentinel of Houdin, whih used to th' settin'-room. general direction, you

. ; one of his old neighbors familiarly nske 1."A before the door. As quickly as he could some purpose in cncouragii{g sharp individual I I 'Then he jes' waded in brash. Gosh! was heading for the stage road leadinginto Uow He Handled atluksDr. indeed. I wa weal bwave. My sister

J T. woman, of course. Just what makes got there Smedley went to the headquarters effort in observation and comprehension how he did go fer me! Went on t'give Jersey from the southwest.On Wing, the Chinese corn doctor, b was with me. -Naw York Herald.

'"I:. talf the trouble everywhere. Mrs. Major of.the officer_in command injthe city4 and in verbal or pictorial ex me th' dickens fer my 'dacity in per. and on they vent, Pokey, alive to purchasing all the live rattlesnakes he "Paw, is an islet a little island!"

. told me all nlout it; 'mighty sensible wo where ne was well acquainted, lie aske pression. This applnce consists of aboard I: soomin' t' th' ban' o' his, George Hop. the situation, pounding along at his top can obtain, which he uses to mike med "Yes, Anaximader. "Then a chaplet -
ma the is, I can tel you! The Colonel the the reason for what he ha I I On this a clock. On him one last
ia love with cesh girl here in Adjutant that is kins', darter. 'Th' idee! I want ye t'understan' traveling speed, steady a icines. An Indian brought is a chap. INoAaimiacer.Aud .

Ykksburg; old thing, begun before the seen."Brick house well up the hill? Shut board are placed tome articles) on one I young man,* says he, 'th't I and on came the storm, covering horse Saturday in a tightly secured can. The if you try any more.punteu

I' *V;and he can't get her out of his head and guarded-MontfOrd-O, yes, I side of which some letters dots and figures hey better plans fer her th'n lettin' 'er and rider with snow as fine as fl our, doctor had a forked stick and a soon as kind I will warm your'jacklet! with a

V *ni bachelor, you know, and ft up remember. That's a remarkable case, are painted. At a signal the boarrrevolves a penniless carpenter!I' 'N he until they looked like ghosts.. Hen, his snakeship was released he was held a twiglet from th o&let.-BrooklYI

, ij: 4 old one;all worten are pretty much the might say one in a thousand. The and the pupils:must brace themselves I marry an' tore aroun' fer awhile thet leaning back to get his overcoat, lost the in such a manner with the stick that he Eagle.

. : t I to me;but I do Bonder at the Colo house you is owned by as handsome and prouda up to grasp words, note the went on direction, but he had full faith in Pokey; could not bite; then Wing took him in I

nel. making such a to-do over any relelcalioo womm: as jou'll find along the rl'er- figures, or count the dots. After gradu- style; but I stood my goun', fl tn'lyhe knew that the little animal would do his left band holding him Mrs. rrye-"Dear me, Mrs. Blunt,
'. V If hell come back to the rnonn- and as bitter a rebel. Her parents died: ated exercises of this kind says: 'Young you and frllyabout how i* it you continue to hold your age ,
4 I'll show him dozen handsomer occupation. preliminary show bank 'count o' ten thaousan' dollars better without any piloting. an inch back of the head pro- well! I declare look as
0' ti : we learned, before our Wel to catch a sentence, a hands and He so you young a
better'n sir aud g.rls: the pupils Then How cold it was! Hen's ceeded to sew the snake's rnouthup. '
this b'fore.
a4. one; jes. it seems that Miss Montford of several digits or represent she's your'n, en' not you did twenty ago. Mr*. Blunt
\t can run, jumr, and riJe a horse bare- eelfduiing the siege to the care of the run up a the various markings on the be grins a hull lot, thinkin' haow I'd toes were like lumps of ice-worse, they then placed it in a bottle containing -"I don't know yean unless it' is that I escape
*. I do wonder at his choice; and the"on't woanded, und was untiring in her efforts, on paper I had hardly any feeling left in them. alcohol and expressed himself thusly:
hey t' hustle consid'blt spell'fore got a deal of care by attending to
eel, hare him.neither." day and night, to alleviate their misery board.If ear and cheek on the side exposed to the "H no good; idle game two day great "
a re- trco but
The Battalion reached Cincinnati, and beds cannot make or procure it. nobody's my own.
bh'o linen from her own a boy Well, he CaL bones .. M
even I" Alturas )
gave __ ( .
We can have the bcactuof me'n talked it over a storm, were getting Kleele cure : be but
lUchmond. 3IolIy
"Uasl're to for bandages and turned over alUI nil volving board, he can al "Wa-al, nipp road; and PrehYe tbt mJ 1; pcjr
iQt tn mention the incident! of her delicacies to the hospitals. The the trick bythe assistance of another lot, Tn finally cjncluded th't} I'd hev t would soon strike there thing you c't find much pleasure i

I ol Chit arduous march of an army over Confederate surgeons, and indeed those boy, who turns slowly in his hands : 1 go summers else, ef I ever got forehanded then, if he had not miscalculated, Carious Chinese Jledieinei. living can yout".Boston Transcript.
we mountains the nearly who wee wounded and prisoners ball which the letters would be only five or six mie" writers recommend -
men .al Jont of ou boys large wooden upon ; so, one day, we say good-bye, The Chinese medical "There seems to be no day or no hour
od, ammunition and stores being mainly say that she never discriminated, are Other objects nu/ meader lot an' I i -Great Scott! remedies tiger
ind drwn. in such
figures daown pulled bDe after that
Packed on mules, end the whole moving Lut gave one side just as much attention substitute for the ball, and ia 1 short For Pokey bad given a sudden high blood a tree bugs of the day that you a not
nth instances she expressed a be out fer Californy. gall, ground little bill of exclaiorud
I the Urnost celerity. In some as the o.hsr. So when will be astonished sit the stood still panting. Almost 1 bar's measly yours,
our Uattall.oa passed by their denre to leave here we felt bound not :ime the boy enE then I've be'n knockin' 'roundall leap and snow-covered object .crabs, fowls gizzards, elephant Baley wrathfully to a man who had jnat

old home in the Clinch Range; the people only to aid her all we could i getting result of his practice. over the th' ,kentry, tryin' one thing'n under his feet lay a it. Hen blood, "insects of nine smells," dew entered his office "{ am

I ,having heard rumors of the advance, away but alto to protect herproperty dnrias to the census bulletin on 'nother. Purty hard luck, most o' th' with a strange looi about falling the dark of the mooo, cow a Itd.tr.
returned to their Lomes and welcomed obFence." ACCORDING i leaned down from the saddle and turned i cow's knee Job'i !OU acknowledge hreaftr.
hfr producingcounty ot
cotton come hyar, ,
t ; j
their deliverers cotton the largest time, te v- holding hair, ground hone man with a .tI dona
-I_ ; the long-promised nnxjousiy has she ? dead man, w V
Where It a
gone river is I teller it was rhinoceros
Mississippi me'n 'nother over over. skins ground
the claim snake ,
'; expected Union ; of East to Jackson. east of located a suchas tears, wearily. you are wrong this time.I .
occupation had I hand whip
. a Tennessee hid come, and new hope had While"She we could transportation not inquire t to her Washington, Miss. Its production in in Colorado, au' worked it 'some. It tight, in the stiff right. a horn, hedgehog skin and claws, dried an not after that bill to-day.'*

arisen among the p- ple of that region. intentions: anl in fact did not care, she 1890 was 87,022 bales. Bolivar didn't pan out none, so we bed t' try stage-drivers use."Stagedriver Tom Jeff er silk worms, and mary other remedies Not?" laid Bagley, looking up witf

V On the 31 of bejitember, with drums being a woman, I h.vo reason to think Miss.. cornea next with 72.902 bae.l' som thiu' else, an' hyar I come, leavin': deder'n oil equally a absurd and foolish.-St.Louia I his old cheeriness "What Ii J thO.I"

$. JjAting tclors d.splajod: the *cary, I that she has bone en into the Confederacy. Pe'irs t' Keep; up work on th' claim, himliavia' son. Drunk, likely, an' fell ; poor Republic. Post. !;
,CfV army entered I for South B&UCB5 era very scares QiaVc. Cind time to "Ihe znon y.-Bo3ton :
rejoicing 11ox\'i1e. They she's a Tnt.r i utaer But there atop
say dollar clus by.Vaa11
surge of patriotic feeling ern rights, iilthougu a most humane *. and bounties ol five tl t"l ara a job t' C r
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- | Ail thinking men must realize thai we TRUB7 STERNBUR6 & CO :i

|are in the midst of a titoatioc which will SONG. -IE.tLF.RIN- ,
IT%PU.B&LUFOXD COUNTY.FLORIDA I prove a crisis, if the democratic party '*

pencilled drop into a state of lethargy t i Nominated Congressman For !

- Editor I.and C.\TEBB.Publisher. I and total inactivity, so far as organization'j Second District. i

j is concerned. Tte *repnbican! party is Cut it Out, Learn it by Heart The Second cnngrvsi iral district coa- I j GENERAL MERCHANDISE Wholesale and Retail Dealers ii

SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAD.Kalertut | !ering down upon us hum the north And Act upon its .Sug- vent ion met in Gair.tsri'le Aug. 3. The

V 1 with the buyout* ia oue Land and the gestions.Ala Duval count di-k-gation (*might have I I DRY GOODS.NOTIONS .
Aeeordfity to Jet of Co.yrrinXt
Pott 0/iee. Siarlr. )Li.. a* &toRd i torch in the oilier, under a black flag with "Hold the Fort r* been expected) gave notice of contest and j General Merchandise

(jaLI Matter. i T tcc Bill" written on it iu letters of a greatly delayed the convention in its work ,
and sound the
Beat the drum bugle,
n1en3cii.gl1uc. At home here amonjrour and when balloting at last commenced it

THE !!!:'KET. i own people are found tlioie who are bend- Roll the cannon out came to a decided lie ix-tween Gen. Rob. I HOOTS sTEE PDOPITDA.
Form in column* hoist the banner
For Prrsedeat f tug all their energies tn break up and destiny Bullock and Hon. Charles Jl. Cooper.It .
Raise the battle-shout !
GROVER CLEVELAND.I the only political) organization that GBOVEUHe took 140 ballots to decide upon the SHOES and +l Slaple anil Fancy.trrOCeneS .
At the head i ii sturdy -
V has Hood between the people' and the oppressor's draw favorite. The last ballot was taken Friday Any conceivable artkh.
For \ : the hosts can ;
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mm). during all these dark days afterauou. wl.en Cooper came out the GROCERIES.Starke $ bi
A. E. STEVENSON. March to the usurper's cover, .
'.f politic-al woe and pxrtL-an misrule. I i victor Any kind of Provender
Forward march! Hurrah !
For Governor; The disaffected elements of all Feed :Hay
parties are Hon. Cooper in a f.hoit speech promis.rd Fla.
HENRY L. MITCHELL. Clear the track, for we are coming for Live Stock.
industriously tit work organizing what Colnmns deep and long i' electtd. to work without ceasing for

For Justice Supreme Court : they are plrised to tt-nn a people's party We, the Democrats, are coming j the good of the state; he did not. however STARKE DRUG COMP'Y Largest

- K. FF.NWICK TAYLOR. hkh party, though having in ils rank Many thousand strong j regard his -Section merely a \valk-ovi-r : Dry Goods, Millinery, jClothing Stock town.

For ol State i and file inme good tut bndlr mUgcided i I it could! only be gained by z hirtl fight.I .
Secretary : tind deluded is led band 'A To the fight for holy freedom I I j Is now located next to the Post Gc.od
JOHN u"CR'AWFOHH.. ; men. by a poi ,, Gen. Bullock icsnundcd ion call with A"Hardware FnrniLiug styci, ziis

1 i itical wrecker who arc actuated by noth-'I Goes our valiant bind a migitiiiinumi sjicech. lie said that his Office, where the public CMI tind a

F t Attoruey-Gcvcral; 1 ing but sclf-ajfijiandizenient and the spoils j Spurn the hordes that seek it* ruin J defeat WHS w ithout regret lie advocated C-vII and fctiU'jfy \<
full clean stock of fresh
WILLIAM R. LAMAR of office. j Out of Freedom land j htrmony and :i sirm support -f Grwver For FurnuTS IiuiM -<>. -j ,, t and

For Comptroller: t' This mongrel party Is being organized I Money changers from the temple Cleveland and Cuarles .M. t o1er. He : V

V WILLIAM I). BLOKIIAM. S a* compactly a; it cau be made with ini I Shall xve drive, or die; | would never appear fur p -lt".esl] prcft-r-! DRUGS, also Stoves Karg-*

i junctions In its dupes! to read no literature We shall rout the rank corruption, { ment any more 3IKDICINr.Sandj To suit rny ijt t-1! */ j/xlt. Also, all

For Treasurer; Imt people' party literature and to listen And they well may cry :- Seti. Jlann! his inrieil! Hon. Cooper to j I Furniture '
CLARENCE IL. COLLINS. hold the fomi! the foe is coming, kid of ofl-r HvaxFwcitLirr Good.
$ to no litical discussion but frt>m IK-O- i I a joint c-invasiing of the district in the j TOILET ARTICLES, V.
Columns and Jong !
rut Superintendent Pub'ic InstructionW. I L'k's party orators. ai we have great rca-! deep ; iutertst of "pontic-i! education" the i
Cleveland's! hosts
Grover arc coining SPECTACLES.TRUSSES, etc.
N.SIIEATS. I ons to believe.j .
I This people is and ever will t Isepcwetless Hundred thou and strong F' ; mses.V LOWEST PRICES
For Commissioner of Agriculture: j party Charles Mcriuii i The Prescription department is under BEST GOODS

LUCIUS R. WOMB WELL. fur any good but might become 1 See the village, see the city- Cooper j the immediate control of Jin.! II. R. :
!; The 'Jcoiocnilic cn'd: i-ate for congress
powerful for h.trm. unless the democratic : Warriors all they yield : [ JOINER, who has had 20 years' experience
Presidential Electors: shall its time-honored motto -i with from the SwrMid FJorid! dUtrict. was
party act upon Ev'ry road is Mack tightersj I i All prescriptions carefully and accurately
T. M. SHACKELFOIW.B. "Eiertal is the of tield born at Athene G-&.. l yj. He came to
that the
vigilance price j Marching to !; filled day or night. Store open Sunday YOUR STYLISH A \ TURNOUT

R BLACK WELL.A. liberty." and organize tn meet its ancient I j Patriots to war for Justice, | Florida with !ti-i !iwit-iiJs in 1S64. The i, from 1:30 p. ni.to 3C'1 p. m. FOR ,

I:. MAXWELL. and wily foe. in its newly disguised form. Liberty and! Home;- Coolers livetl ir. A;-wIsuicounly tirit. Heit Starke, Fin.

- W.N.THOMPSON. \Ve were warned on Saturday list by out | See the dust-clouds hear their thunder .- tended the liauit'x-ii.c ::ciuJ'.rny about ; mch25Klettion SADDLE HORSES

For Congressman Second District : of the democratic gpenkers.oi the apparent two yenrs win! !h!> lKr.ly moved toFernandina. V__ V ;

CHAULK5 M. COOPER. scheme of this peoples party to turn ovt-r i On and on they come I when a H abc! tutor taught I: Notice.VHERES. .

Leave the fort for are i i iIn Lim the dead laU2a.igc. \ The 1-g-i-latnr-.' 3 51. nndr the For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Riding
the electoral vole r
A race war between negroes and iu the significant fact, that every presidential a column long This completed lu> grtic-r.-! education pasa joint rrs<
Italians broke out in Orange, N. J., Grover Cleveland's coming rnd IHJ then Mtiditd law. He ttiUL'ht him to the con titiitiu of he :-nttonda, I axi.d..
elector named on that ticket is a republic&n j boys are And th thn 7th inst. One negro wa* severely Full million self French nnd i.i-L the Jailer Iangunge fifths of thf :jcnt.rsercttorjclihooH! ;: that V
I a strong Sp ; -
of tLc
tabbed and were injured.A most pronounced type. the vc.te on Mil joint rp.cAuji w.actert,l up (TEAMING OF ANY KIND GO TO
many and never anything else until now a pcopie's j he biudit-d for lc! purpo-e of more, en their n specti'e j>urijaLi. *iti Jie yaan.1nays ,
Chain the father, starve the children tht-r&i'. am' thf y.i ii I <:tti-rt.-.ia" ami !zr-t-t
in of party man: acd we know that in this fully inve ig.tt'iijr F.i-rM.t Spanish grunts j| that tte sai.! j- rcMj'ili; ,iu u> ti :iuit-il t.. l!"* .
party, point principle, Is the foemen's aim; i clwtnts of tb ".? the Ir--tk i & Co.'s Stables.
this ; lie besrin nrr.eci.v-: l r.v :::it! moved 101 I s-'ate- ?iinii < : tt' c j. W. Alvarez Livery
of the of
never needs reformation; it is some county fame agitators new They would fain make slaves of i held in eaoii county in HOJ hLi.
of Us members who need reforming movement hnve always bceu republican I Ill St. Auguiiint. vvi-ic !,- UM-. sent to Icir-i i On Tt.es.-ty.IJ.M'i t'ii'E tv ti-St ?!> 'av ill I
; freemen
I O-tt4.rr.
and now that the democratic party is tilly for any one to assume that the Taunt them in,their shame u'.alure! in ls.'i ii-[ vi\s sent back as I theeadesLtr Inc tho i\\> .tiyc.f itesaiiOctober. ;! Tine Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert Drivers. Draft

hen-Ji remained Ths iU? j> m: rr -,, 'ri'-n r a"i a-**il- Haulinsr.'GOOD
state senator x1. only and Vehicles for aiijkindof .
lia gotten rid of these third partyit people's party has any prospect of accomplishing -; Crush the leeche! Spurn the tyrants a lows: V Animals

c-y, it U thoroughly reformed and anything by itself, and as ils war With yotti Iron heel few monllis. (liein n|>i>oinlt-d: ittoniey- ec-n" Of Anit-ie. K.iLi.t X :c.ith.cvz.iti.f t. n >* STABLING AND FEUD FOR YOUR.HORSES. LOW

.uritied. is all on the democratic party, it must Tear to rags their cross-bones banner general by G'-vi-uinr l\-rry lo Micctti-S hc-rebv.in'fiKft S'S:orfsJ.i .
_ _ Judge HaisH'V. Si isi: uf'i-rwriiit lie vasltciit'tTMl I| f-xenipUob p !>%i'i"l; <-rin.-e-i'n r.f Artc'X
1 have sinister
designs in some With the patriot's zeal I ILo of l'Vri.i.. .
iil itwkKivvantS
cf th coak!* .ii/ii irnr ti> -
Keep it before the people that, and those doigns are against the demo their end will soon be coming, 1 H :!pm ? jidrhip, which he i!I iftn i.u t-i thv (tirty riii.tiol tv : STABLES OPPOSITE BOUT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY, STARKE, FUL
have had 1 such fS *a i>I ii ii.liril./nin.r |'row>rt>->r. viz:
nhiUtthis third party may cratic party and intended to W ma
In it some prominent men in its in- clandestinely and from ambush. We sub the Democrats term ha'.in:: t ;-Ec1 I i.e :a<..veaioiJ.icksoiiviii' ia i will %-. sn.i ttitrrt>t_ tiirs taj
are coming | i the diiLLIrn a.it i..> tr ftniriV FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY.
rcplion, who were sincerely desirous mit, however lint although the scheme of Many million strong i lo priciJfc; lt-v with his ir ?'-, ,

4)f instituting reforms in government this people's party is a far-reaching out-, falhcr a.id Lro'-htr. lie jruinol :i great paret.enocb&i.orpart-n tt.iJ lira woa.s1 tr 'i--M-eu T3kt fat-!jnjt! tLt-z.; }'-r the, : FLORIDA TRU.N K LINE. SHORT IN E .

it is a fuel that the leaders of and the plot deep dark and damnable it Vote for Freedom, God and Country, rc-pui3liii ust !.r.v\cr hi sl.e case of those enrii-lVu' rvlii, XobOc. Sew Grfcnsiivi the Southwest
j n.jwj..a-.rnd-t iu 'ti-if-n ii.? ti..-artf.--. IfI cCDDtti lo&M ;cniis t.'i lNorti'tist- Eeant new coaeSe.
that chronic office.Heker8 lIen! the Nation'- Call i ;Vcrct ns pmiils
party now are is only ncccssiry to organize the democratic charged with pohiio-i5 ..tT-rCLvh! <> uere I thf-re IA- DO TTvlow"then tJ;.-. s rir-;-htU in V I.ute: frum Taraj a tu iiueiuuti withoutciange of seejer.
in all the- odious seii, e of an-l the the Ytt with eotts you'll win the battle, tried in the L'nitfi vi I'l-s ( )Urt. He dv- j'i uri-r.j 'l. party turn light on to.au- s't u e flpt&LiS I1'.V..J e-'r :' 1I '!LS :.:. : 311tC.ltD In effect Jane 12, 1892.i .

that term. lloud3Jnsv1rtc of this fresh eremy, in Doonr duty .ill! : fended tht-Ri rait'-lv; nu.l did mere !S eac4-I New t nreifrt tLerfore.4k ill e ef ifl'itt I&-( itVermnatiOn.thJe. ; ; : -sotTHLRS IHN : i'3 10 > i i ? 1

order to h; M our pmnd old common Valiant lighters on the ramparts I than any r.ll.tr i.a! !t' break !hv l ckIffiie I, is .-ret"iri: tl.- f.str- !IIJeU' : 5.., pll"aLv I'ernicdina .r3i'p vr.aji 71lp tOaLe Jack son rue Ar iid'4
The largest American flag ever i Turn shall gladly cry of that irq Ii-i ii..t!. I j.iy U.i.-IAX d-i ii< :.> vctf nt .- it Hit-tin 7 1< pll so a Lv Callahan 5r 235p ; :)'i >44< p 75iaL Baldwin LT 7S4pUOIp l-
made will float from the top of avery wealth firmly nud solidly SB the democratic VICTOK" !" in \oice of thunder I f.evur t.(itai.tit aIlefl sh.ti lt.tve w, I VlI)11 1iaLv J.k.-.nvLe- 2-Tlip .i Il-JT.fi. f.V. SAT lake Ilty LT Sip alitla -4., '
column. : I i'cr hint ;:' !ri-rs-'J;: a SJist on ll.e ten or prmtrU: ou the sdine b.'J.-otonvrhichthe t3pi29pI.Y r.w--ia. Lv 1 45 pLvll 5 i4i'-i V44aAr LIT-Oak LT aap Ss 1
lofty liberty pole in front of Plant their rlag on high. ivitnes of ih? frv>n or IXTMI.IIS voted for far any 11 17 p I :T pAr 47 a a544a aVtrSuanaeLT V
thc'Adruinistralion at the Let the democratic clubs be formed at supnine inrcii1TT! -'J hy (In". Ftmin! j. ; C'fliei: ; r>- (fats at RAM election arc wnitet or liJia 2SpAr Hawthorn 1vI1d ta 211 PtOa.r Madison LT 439pi3p L-i
building Clear the fort for \ve ate coming But l.e e.i.ini.-iin i Ic j printed ami c.n the same ride thef as cueliciue 1 IH aJ;i p Ar Wtra I.T ILCtiSlarke 1.t3a1i.1fa.tr )1oote-llo LTLT 3p
world's fair. Upon rex/ucst the state once, Irl lit; line b? drawn, und let us see Ovcw. helming strong !II utccpti-ii u < one I *are vmlten or pnntwl.the Wiinls"Korth- 391 i'Ar SiivirtprinrI.T 9ta ; I'a ArTavarts TaLahassee liSp 310a )
who is on the side of good of the virs o! tl.t; H\\s of FI.iii-i.! HeI I Anjeoilajcnt." and any ehvzor deswrin t%, vote 2 14 a 344pArT Ocaia LTJ014aLr 14-8 V &S pAr Qr.ey LTlS7p 1a 'dil
I I if Washington will furnish this big government otir;.' (/qq: j'urt, for God :u.d Country | a.aint Sal I aroen'lnicnt. : ha-lha>e wnrten or tpAr 1icmcs-sa 7LT ()'a ) Oa 4:o p Ar Kver Jnictit.n LT K(9 p U M a 311
flag staff as well as two or thee laud protection in the interests of the I V :r htt: I.u :t in inujy (If priaterf on such !>alU>r.,in thee tht-re.'f above 5 Oa Slip Ar IAebIIrZ 51aIap O'pIPQpAr rVnsaccla LT fiTOa 245p
and who the side of the ho rnti t iniiiiiif ,-:::.V ca.-fs l-foie the rnntd.: eord Aaizist I be. xienttment1he 5*." a 5 4v> p i r LT P115 ti'tIp .XJaAr XobQe LT 110 a7STaAr
others of the largest that r.re required masses is on Singizg tili o'Jr song.Vo cur i cast on th>s q '-tip)- shall boanvassJ bt-Ja" 6f.pAr Apopk-t LT 7LT 24a 4p'' XrwCTiecus LT83)p
by the exposition.T poetical wreckeit and schemers for stlfcnt. c.ir1s (.1 ttis I C.IKdeclaration ai.d return thereof shall l lnvideby I.e 9'Oa .IZpAr TliuJOAYUdwoot 7 fa Z1 It-WaAr SuLoois LT I40p
agrandize't II ER. ; tiiemsjHttors.artlliy the county ean- 33 a 44'SpLr I.TLT ntaizp : 4fipAr Chicago IT ZOOpXD
V : Fil vas ing board and by{testateCiinva-sinzhoard 5 13 A OlipAr 7 SI aPUntChr &OCTE.
I The Government building At the I in the same manner and at the times as vates castor 7 D Ar LT 6H> a 17
PEN, CHISEL AND BRUSH. &liUAI persuns for oClces at avl election are re<;uirel 7 CO A e.IJpr Tini LT )aI Vj U I
world's fair will exhibit the original : Dealuess Cau't be Cured by Uw to be canva-ved.declired au I reiurnedTn" 2 l Op ArC Ya:Ji LTll 4 a 4 )>p ,j Li Jacksoevue Ar 3 20 p 5 50 a3pAr
attention of the henSiscalk Mandatd chain author- by lo.ni p'icaions a:4 tIise4nnrt I II a l p 33s
surveyor's Mr. Humphry Ward has written a letter each tie! disniisc.l j..rti.i: of th ear. requiring thn to cause a notice of the said electiiiu SO: }.Ar Cedar KeyLT '_ 3 p Ar Brtnrwirk LvsCP*
iz.cI by act of congress, May! IS, declaring that there is DO truth in the pub | dftifnes- to published in a new-paper printed it the V
There i i. otilvnne
-p--- lished that his wife received 100OuO svi'to -urp c.-.unty.ifth.-rebe a pair in the county; an4 if Trains on Southern riivisjon 1c.ve Arclj r dsilr excj Suo-iav. a* 3:4O p.m. for WUTh4ons. t
I73for: executing biirvexs of government story *T\>\ thai in 'y o'i tilntlt'ii.il renie'lleoafiiex there be no paper t4itIthed in the county thy Early Bird tad E.cA:1t 3IiEclrave Earltririla j eiot4 Sun lands The chain made for "David Grieve. !) titl bv ;;u iall,iiit l t, niluion shall cause at least fire copies of thi notice to beted ediate rfriiiL. Train leaves Ov. -S... aial 5 inter Park daT.T excepc Sosiaj" Leaves Ovied.V
was Anna Vernon Dorsey, the young southern of th<> ,tlt-tii. l lining i tjf the l'iisaehaz p.-- in the movt publio t.Iacee in the countv.IX aUo daily.M s:* a tn: Winter Park at$37 a tn. rri1c by Itenjamin IiLtenhotuePhila. TESTIMONY WHEREUK lhave Jiereurtos p in. rrit-irg Winier Park 5 S p; ra;Ovwrdo ISpw. c
\Viicn tube
writer, ia almost as fond of outdoor iulH. thi- nets Pullman for Cincinnati and aii Jact vC V
Tj3-.iia and
my hanJ and have hereunto afitxed the slct-prs ? Taiapa asdan3 Jacboai1l
delphia iu 1797 and is still in the iillii"t \."i ii tve a iiuiililint; %'IIIi'i! <>i -
I life as Air.die Hires used to be. She is a peut ,eat of Oorila at Tallaha.s# e. the Xeir Orleans
L Aame hardwood box in uhich it was good horsewoman, and spends a great deal imnpeVfe, Ietrt: ;tn.l l wlion it i 1"entinlyttupi capital thii iM diy of June. A. D. l'J2. Trains on the Frrnan-iina and Carnbt-rhn i rozte leave JteiaooviCe asd Fe-T andia* daily
r ], l lifii .-i ii the result and 1111l Joss L CEATFOED.r. except S-un-laj. C4flt-Lt at Frrnandiita for Durp-opors. Can t rUad Island.JHrjlIsUpdwid -
her in the saddle.Mr. .
: ent out 1 by the manufacturer.Us of time *>ss tliH iniliiaitatioii ran >lit takeu out S. CREWS. t>-cretarv of State. Brunswick! rmin;: the Cun>bt-Tiar-U rnrt iriil miYJTi;coansescs i 1 r r TJI nn. .iniiuli. ClnUj-_
-- .W. W. Spence,a native of Edinburgh, n-Tinal Sheriff of Bradford County. nooca ard nortl (rn*nJ we ero point. S. rla> tr ia IraT**J cboDviIle S 40 a m rakeCfat* -t
and :! :* tilH r torel t< its ii n-
I July 1. &i3ni: land route connection. L aveFtrnin!ica 3pm,jrt iti Sacisoovilli 0 15 p El. Pullman fclee ,.
*; three Uakin, Mann and and now a resident of Baltimore, has commissioned tlii.i.! iet:lag wil! l 1c .le tm\cd f>reerXitie cars BrunswIck to Atlanta anj Atlanta. Clncino-.ti aral NA-sIiviUe.

D. W. Stevenson a Scotch .t.sA-oJit of ten *r. -iii" l l.ya- Tike ofSce T T. .
\ 'a1Ismn private consultation inV N ot ice. Forinfonst-ekucaIagt : S5 fUr nrvrt. corner Hnfran Depot foot ol
sculptor, to execute a copy of the colossal tirrhvii.i, is iiotliiiiii Inn an iIil'.i&IitlI Hotii.trtt: Jd-onTiie.; A. 0. MacDoDeIfGtui.T...&..
a room in the Ocala House last .Mon statue of Sir William Wallace Stirling. /I foiiilitim: f>l the liiJiCitus stn fjcpWe Sx months after date I will present my ac- N. S. rF.NINTON.TrafeManacr
Ii coUfltSandTC.IiChetto the Hun Win. K. Mat ____ ______ _ _
day night-mapping out a Mhemein which is to be presented to the city of Bal will uive Otto llnmlr'Mi Dollars pbur county judse in and for the county o'Brz.lford

which the negro vote was to be timore. for any i-.n* ifdeifii .s ( -anst-.i byi- and state of Forxt:,. as a.imini4ratirot SUMMER RATES. -
J I tj'.rrh) ; t5i.it wauiiot i-urr. by taking the estate of John W. t>a-!>nell. dt-ceo.-d. fr
necured thtough the influence of the Olive Schreiner. the poetical light, livea I lall"* 'atari h ''imS ilii1 tr rin-ulare final Mttleme.it and ask for final
noted politician and mcml cr an almost isolated life in an African farm f F. J. 'H t N A Co POWDER from said arfiair.igtration.
negro > i ef. .y THE GEORGIA SOITHERN{ AM) FLORIDA R. R. is
village, where she has few companions and l A. Binni.,:. nowpreparing -
Ail 'Irii. T--. To.ed"; J.
rjri'ts-, ,
of the third executive May ,1-St --Cm AIuiini.tratr.OtiCe. .
party coin- few of the comforts of life. But she likes 1 rates for the tr.iv.-l out of FiorM-i to all uuner rvsorts, which
mi t tie. Wall, the negro giant, i is lo the solitude, and there is no evidence that V Absolutely % will shortly be !Plce41 on >ale.

deliver the good, and the stalwarts her new fame is going to wean her from Count yBiv.n CulIILuisi4tiLcrs. This line Is the shortest ami! fate. of FIorMa -m
cfM Went
A crraTi I>(tarter batinsi iv.--lt-r. Hsi-t AH persocs iuOeblcd to U e estate of Clarecce : out carrying the ..
they pav the freight.- Ocula Capitol. her old life.Kudyard. nut Aug J. Iclrl.Iiir.l rrs nlprcv.3t. in Ira Fo'Z veiling strength. -f.atft C s (Vor niRJV.II. C. Uryaii." lat'- of Enidfonl county deceast-i. Inain mail to nil point* wi-t anul l imrthts t-t. Trains arrijsn l depart V

; !. Kipling has lived to feel r.s Mii.ii'.to of last imft'a.t Jpuot. c-Hl cope lorwanl and etk the same at once.
; appioved.
Charles Dickens did-that his earlier impressions RAZICU PCJDrn Co. !ftj WaU be.. Y. and all pTS"asha\ claims airs ins tsalJ estate from union depot in Pai.it ka ami Ma<-.m. Coniui-tinn made u ith all lines
Mrs. Nancy I'n-vuit; pbctil on inviiliilKMi will present them, duly autheot'cated. \itUi'-
in 3Iacnn with the vestilmle liniittil for the and
Carolinas. the
Iatkinihi of America were mistaken ones the : ; the will I Virginia
Mann IT IS A DLxy yon awe yoar.elfa5d am tinliilrt.c.1itI by aec r SJnie *
are tramping and be is now revising them in a form ( inn rni: j.t $0 jx-r inl lad ii lt.\r of tLeir ivo.vt-rv. east, -ititi l with ihrtitlt sleepinir! enr lines for re-sorts in Tennessee, Ker.tnckv -
; over the state, sax ing, they xxill brleclcd which will be more creditable to his judgment T \ NewU-n-y ct ;at! t.> -ojKis st'I! thank Ees..tza W. I !. Yew r footwear by parchailwc. A. Iv.,,- Kt.
Dcaflaa bhees, which Bt the
repre Jri>- T. 1--! -p: AJrumiMra anil all points north and nortlnve Sleepinir car la-twecn Palatka
t if hey are nut "counted and more just to a country which he cieek n>:;
out"; lir&t, if .they possessed any tried to sneer at. Pt-tiiiou fr,:iu Siarke town rnun<*!i Jo cut wlil 'testify.TA&E KO SUBSTITUTE. !. 'h& Cotii.lv Jii.is-'s ('i.rt. Bra; .r-l Couatr.By I and Maeon. Train leave a* folm\s! : Palalka, 5 40 a. in. ami S 15 p. in.,

polilii-.il honesty themselves The French painter Gerome, having made Stan..f It .riJa. Hampton, G; 51 a. m. anti 9 37 p. in., I l.ne City, 8 03 a, nu al l 10 55 p.m.
a ditch on 1'i.iili side of j til. gr.im.te'l. Hcrsigiialit the JuiVe o' said Cort.Exerettt.g ,
would not In so swift to charge dishonesty a sensation with a statuette painted as i-n-lxxie juried krwn.In A. P. KNAPP, Traffic Manager JAJ1KS .TfENZirs, Gtn.Agt.
of E L O'lom i ef Iltst-ctiif
>u as
the figurines found Taa- the n12tt-r'f .
completely as at the ii-sJi-n of iusolvenoy of
I upon their .pponerts; secondly agra and Corinth, has attempted chrys of third di.-Miil acceptitl. ami J.ihn Crufiiu V the estatt uf lie-in-. Yorlw.Jtxrea.ed.Hied by 7 .

they apprehend they are elephantine sculpture. He U at work %V. \VoeV-s.. .- li'i-.i 'ratorof f-ai.1 estate. _
on a 5lP1l1l9I his s'ead. Ur.i-t-d : xssrciluceil A rilEREV.. T \Vwk ccmHiistrator oftheiij an
flung iu the fact of certain nefc.il, warrior's figure built of gold, silver, Ete:3t as follows; H 1 II{ Wynn > I .teorHf-nry I. Yort.K-feof Brad I ,
and are in furui h in ad- bronze and isor'sThe face and out ford COIIPO.S.si*- i>f KioriJ. tlwt-sju-d. ba< this ,
trying %
stretched ann are of ivory; the helmet and fr<>m 7)*) ii, $GUO B Il-ijnes from $I.oQO: day filed in niv ofticv u fc'j Ke>tio: ol t5e iniwiv>
xanrc an excuse for their defeat envofsaiJsat. RA1LWAY. P1
breastplate of bronze.PROMISSORY to *i.tPt.' I) E HraVfj. from $-bd aduioii jj

t .i but the j people xxill iot be deceived. II N lI.Klgrs from :?000 t. $t-'A> i;.. nl V all persons b. loir.s claininptii't -- --_- i file the same in uiv i>E.v.. itul amlic ntieii'n!. on SCHEDULES OF DAILY TRAINS IN -
It NOTE LAWS. rented the lleinin M.iy iipi r hal1 for .tr- or i>y the 9:1dtv.'fJani nt-i. A. I). IS 3. on
eeiilsj.rettv well settled that : which day th re vr'I >< a r ro rati distriSution of EFFFCTJUHEISth.! 1892.
: .;. S. Mann people candidate !1i'lV for ilrt- Gunrds at f-"i per month. the assets o.-ior. .-iti it> :-ai-1 .iai-, ataonc the
party There five essential elements
*. are to the [ : i iV crrd.tors of the iiuVitne5S _ _ -- ----__ -
for con grew in this diMrict, in a legal validity of a negotiation draft note ulM rs \ mv: hand ait set! of -: *jH4eeh at Ocala, advised the negroes or check: I Interest ..;t Londs CUti CO ..I.Iiir." A. ii. 1's: Jac-isoott: V (, jJp; Lv ...:. t. Lv a. ,.u ve t- I. A?
It be C.'untv 41 6(1( [SEAL' Wu. F. :IAI PHI-PS. LvCa1ih.-. t ; ::1Jt.t-.a ZA .tLLi.i, $ V
I. mu t payable in money; that is, c'i11U1L--iIlt rs : : J
to enforce 'heir voting Ju-riV. I-7- ., .
privilege* on C'UUfttyJtZ.'r.'iotiee LT \VarcroiS.LT .- ': ::* .s.t-AtL..e 'Pi1tIQI
gold, silver or greenbacks, possibly also in .
1rbLe retu.Jr3 42 65Ir.ri. .
be day I Jrsu ? V ?
t of the flection all he muzzle ? ---- L3ci.4-
V United States in
I., currency, cot any kind of and l.ir.i! of IcIer Curter 12 & ot Election. 1 ArIacoa. V t.tb;. Gas3p VLvMacun
4sf their guns; this wa* n gi L.tt piece merchabdise. Thus a note "payable in 100calves" It..t.! : cia t j. .. : : *
T<.) th<- SheriiT tpt _
Mate of .
00 county. r -r e.r' m t
rax-ij-jiriivfis 1 Ar AtanniV ; -.
of impudence '>n tie purl of Maim, has been decided to be invalid. florida: Lv A1ata.. t tILT at: --3 1.it---u. V tt&
but if he M'aa eann-st in gixijig such It must be payable without any contingency Tax v>4i> ii<.r t5 00CSerk Wa L DOUGLAS KNOW YE.that I. Jon:.' 1.. CRAWFORD. scrtary Ar ChalA=oog3.LT I -- '; -i ;. 5 : : ..scL
or uncertainty. A note t.t Stator the State of r"lonj.'n Chattanoo ._% t 't.. :. ,-..'-- -
:: ad x ice, he had better place himself ]I I lag to pay "51,000 out of the proceeds of and aijdi.r 2S 65Supt S3 SHOE C1gfMIEN h.-rfDy aive notice that .ArP.nrgin .. lj-n -- -- -- V 2..b.; PI4&-? -

: ; at the head of a lit tie tea parly of ore to be raised and told from any mice," n-ui-Jrmiuu 3.2 23 TK BEST SHOE W THE KOBlflKB THE KOKBT.( >Vili be ht-itt in General hr-iforxl! county.Election Mite of Florida, Ar Gnczio. : :r t cu I I --,--

that kind. is invalid. But a particular fund way be Morgan 15n>s. st.t>inry !>s TOTKU.OI A gmi sewed shoe ttai via not rip.Cue oa Tsi'oay nnr x-eidin? the Ftr>t : Z-' : ,;- 1ttaire
cut. nunles*, cmooth inside flezlbb more COQ- I >foida\ x-t"btT. 4. D. 1-91 the -
; designated as, "I promise to pay out of'the :\i-ir. i'ul.uliing! 600 t.wtbme.itiIJz and durable thin any other&i oe ever I- aiilTiis!lav h.-iii? the Lv B=r : :;:;. :; ; L
c estate of IL deceased." oUattbprice. Equalcittioaamadesboeacoding Ar Lootsvr! t .. .r e ,.. V r sr m
) Much of the legislation! complaintil Sundry IS C8W. I OF OCTOCE2.
F r a fJovernor of the state of Florida. LT ; '. ; % f t ;i
3. It must be payable at a certain specified a" 5 flaitd-.eweJ, nee1fs1oee. TJ'e > ? : ; 4
i <>f as bad legislation hy the people' time time certain T. WEKIU.: e4 most KTnsh racy and durable iboes ever old Forore Jii'ti'-eof SupreiiH->urt, of Ftorila.F Ar McopU !i r-t I V
V a to arrive. A note the price..They equal Caa imported aboes co Uns -a Secret-try State i.f the state of FtorhU.For A..t .
in its lutlman busi LJscksonvilie su- -t a ..rAtviL't .
party, platform adopted payable to A. B, "when he is twenty-one C"t ik uiul Ar.ilii.rJury from(9 to & an Attoniey-General of th 6ta>e'A FVri'U.F t>Cn ?. -- :

: at Jacksonville on the 2otli<> of July, years of age*' is not good, for bo may not -- ttO 9Oa others iIiee who Shoe vane,a worn good br heavy farmers calf and thrtooied. all -?r a (V>ptroiler or" t he stut e ft FlfinJa.Fira .nd elegant cOa ; :'" '

wa* partioipated in by Ba
: nominee not certain to arrive. But a note payable 5O Fine Calf.Si.25 and 93.00 W.rt. ,-tate oi fl0rk13. I C 3 secreT 53SUMEU
of that .
tv for Below; ii a H-t iT rud an.l
pat jwtit jurois EtCE1tsIo TZKT .. .. fuacliow
governor Jt
aj. Si T4antJtic
"on demand" is held to be good for demand *S la iaen' Shoes WW Eire more wear for iliaraaaey )xiaiioier of .Arricultiire the state *-
and! uptorted| by him in the legislature is in the nature of f.ir lo! f.tll icrm of i iirl. li> nvcue iu than any other niiie. They are made for scrTica. of FIoriiLv.Fora sale from May 1510 bgrt-yx Limited to Oct. j!, tS J. .and 1a.c U. i t).B. U..couccetins with
things certain to The tncicastng sates enow thai wockingmea TO ALL SC7IMER RESOZITS. the*-Roral Dine Lzue.*'
Sezzatofor I5lh 'enatorialdXerict.FortoinrrabcNof .
k ; now he either knew no better be made nt some time. The owner of such this city the tr.-l} Muudiy iu October. hare foond thttont.OO. end Tauka SI.73 Scb ml the lluux- of Kepresentalives. Full information relative to rates,hotels, etc., chcerfauv i ifurnished. I LimitfJ rait tf ai Eastm J'eA V
: l the tune unfaithful note would not Everr letter inquiry answered in detail. ,r is lo _a.g Jymay aZl..eiZlsaer.
his U
? %'r uas to a possess common seue i 1892: bks are worn by the boys fieryTte -
and in either be never demanded payirent.j wte. mott kibowm4attbeprieee. Tt.r a CXunty Jut! :>>. For berth reservation rates,folders,etc..apply to ticket agents throughout lorida or to V
trust CIMas a fool or f.i\M JdtORS. Ladies' For a l.'VrV! of the Circuit t"<;rt.
j 4. .It must be payable to the order of a :OO and SI.73 So* for ForaShrnif.For .
4.c a knave can lie lie trusted again byihtieoplc j certain party therein uarned. or else payable Gnu W R.iitilvii IK 1 (Juv desied.hseq m.deot ThyeYyy1h.coDrtb1e tbe best PongoU or addum.bie. Catt.M. a Tar Aior.

] } j to bearer. Otherwise it U not negoti- .1 B I ni rife M I t L MrlviinrrL The&sbo Fvr. T.ix C4-'Ieet 'rFuraa
-' B IVf -1 M Av.tr.! ivAItLoU I a Hffiffni1T***pti c.wt yTreaeirr.
-- able, although as a simple written con- lr footwear are Bodlnc thta out .*
ForaU- :- l'IIIjj. lntrii ,
A : Ibm. I B. l>. l,1kt.lI, presidcuti.il |\ tract it is good cs between the maker and Thus F'iekk! ; N J Jiiin-s- .-W.L.Ooaoat'Banie and the price Is t"l.F.'r iy Sapcria-oti.t--nt :

4iitnr en tho l Uinatk? tirket intiiin the person to whom it is payable. But it J B J< IH.S I) M M.ttiursV | gped wben yon oo boy.tba BewawotrtMlmatteinptlngtoinb-bottom cC eacn cboe; look for It a (.:.,u ty St.rTeyor.V.t tV I
is not capable of indorsement unless the \ l.yiiiinns J E Iekie Btttnte other make*for tbon. beth eubsUtntomsaz -a..l-.;i--ot tii* Prt.e in sri.! fr the ft.w.lUJ.i'Zkr .
; Ktate, and Hon. ('. U. CoIin! frmrwlTileptaad(object to proncotton by law for ctK o&s'-t.:;'. v.?; :1
words'order or "bearer" appear. 1-rrriT jfio; taming taster onderfalca preteaces. ; ,
Jemttcratic iHttntnee for state tteasirer 5. The amount payable must be specified W.L. IMJLGLAJ, ttrcbs( AlaiM. Sold byJ. :
H N lli'lt (I l" l.iirJds ::
r addressed tile p-ople at the and certain. A not for f 100"with i tercst"t I lh.w.tii! K II Hall : \V. HODGES. Tb Four.vf, I

iiMtrt l lutisi. lit-rt mi la
in the politH iMie The fir>tl i I Lited and thus certainly ascertained, but a OiCr..n MI Hall I- O. O. F. Enis'tl V _ t
note reading, -Pay tlOOcr $200," ia not t iue-Iin e-'rv Tu.-'it Set ec, flflijUiiwn.ud women suffer (
J U Ilollow.y SJ I'nsec.tlXV oticeuf final
the bill and DflVEU Discharge
tiiscusM.1 font
I tariff :I good.-Chautauquan. : ill Un-'r b I'l. Trnnj j tjlit. UUII4iig front auv fc>riu of ;
with the incidental E la\i.. .1 L V urn-tl're i-ft, ?:cnt i.r.th.ronietPy ; .. ( HRONIC DISEASE,caut-eoure a valuable
: tuc tiun, relation a tIiI-I j. 0. HAYNKS. i Ten. V Six mcnks after date I a iii apply-to th.coua
work their affliction sralt-j true. --- en ( ) an
I X.Or. j Ejeirn.I -'y jiMigt cf Bradford couctr. 6late cf Fk-Wa.<;
f the labor cjuotimi (o the politic AND how be houw V
CROWN cured at
i> SCEPTER. thT eon bv writinj .
4% it should be in Every House J. FIKUJP. Srt-. I I For a Ct>n'table in anil! lor the fi.-lk>wiaz J.Hi I>R.PARKEK& CO..3W X. CUrrrj j.trrt-1 Na.bI I vr Cual Mriitricrut asailaiiiUAtratorof UMM*'
this time uhilst'! :uiteufKranlc .cr&Mti. '
of the at un-nicrs, U lair t said
couniry ; J. I K.Y :Mjt. STi f nv trw', Sh.trps- j Dt-trictg. viz: ille.Ttrnn. Better write tudasaeIay are oaagtrotts. t>
the latter, in hs inimitable xvay, The quern of Italy is at the heal cf nn lolz-g. I'ju. >MV.. be will ,,t,= without 1I i K.I" Or.-Two.. nca.-estatr your trouble an.l how Iouatetej. Iel'uary N, l.r:. Ik* vWanted. \dn.ia5.fTsXOC.Ttim.

'MV xvith pointed humor, paid his iesjutis industrial college for women founded by I>r. Kiii.s -\\ l i>rovery for f'onsuniMlon -I .\t i r.titj V f liif vthiw I luvtplf ; .. TLr.A M n&n
} herselL V ( ': V the and : t >rsilorii r-iijiiiy Mns tet.Vt.V4d Jlist .. = __ _
party : All the members cf the family of the his wife who \vy.s 'l>re- Jri v>with insliiure ti> i.-e H'id! at I.-.M- Butler : }ivesil tie.s-ozoeG

(showed conclusively that the prejterne I j Prince of Wales are poor riders, none of phncnw.iiH after an aitnK nf ia grippe, -Ii-iiiM ci-tuiiiein-e Mondaypt.! 3!Ii. j, .. Ceven.. 71' I D 1-7 OB ti AXii2 and]>. practical.COMIV ctUtorov Ste&c'I stdyI .

:., set up by tlut p=trty is nothing -. them having ever been able to shine on when varions other rei KU&*. and several -j; -82.; srd ninue; f.r 12 ji tiays. ii tesrl cif jji : IS TESTIMONY TVItEBEOF. I have I hooted. Sr Pjsaae. modera
but delusion and a snare and | horseback. physividiis hntt her no Rood.KcbWt I MOVL4 i AH .5t I. *s Ltn-i -f',n.'an-j: [L. 5l] bereunio set Ky hand sad afjieJ tlie o.choi In the 3oI A few p'oI aJira iiv l Gentlemen ; V
IUr'r' of('o.k'qinrt, I'a.. claims C.retSesi of the Sute ft FJoric. Tillah'seer or West eaa offer core elegant boaa or pieataater! antra! for the OASKIILi. U1EIIARTj
if Si could W made successful in this I A hundred thousand children of Denfl I). Kiiis-s No'IIMorerv hix done him '! ;it encL Al! t'cl.crcxjiTfintj to fir.rh i ,the Capital, this tbe9h day vf Irroond1ng!. FOR YOOH6 UDIES, t.Lhata sjTi.tmnti-cijf 57Ai'dress
mark, with contributions have nirre gol thn anvtliins" h< used | I i'j the oouu'y r.rc riquirxtl so atJni.. j jf V 21 IN FACULTY. -
t-tate, all the frnit vpf its success :1 penny procured ever JOHN L. Sebool eisSet I.ISIS. ? VIV
a crown of gold to be presented to I .rnpliui :rotibe.: *'oUiius like ir. Free f J. LHILU.. II
would be turned to the ofparty. i.ar. i P. S. Cafws.- S -retar v c-f S'ato. I tIItUT?
account 1893. ttn:. -Ji-ioK t :. i.
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| the king and queen on their golden wed- I tri LolUfs at Mt&rke Drug Coin pan v's 4 .n. Sheriff.Bradford C unry. SEMINARY1
I ) -i & Ungday.4 1 'Irnjr 'tari1.arA bottles, a.v? and ti.tfri. j i Riin'e Tabnfc cure (typ'1-.Iz. Aug. 5 U2. nobly 531 Franklin v., ( bht'it


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.j'' Where O where is the 'Flue Tobacco. I I' The Speaking.' :" THE COUNTY CONYKNTIOttr
: H deadly .
; )DFORIrCOU TELEGRAPH: The democratic speakers as per appointment :-
: .6 cigarette ? Some beftutlruls4mphs, of Havana tobacco STARKE DRUG CO
arrived In Starke Saturday on : \f. LAnd MeKIh1eN)1u111a1c4
.. ,exhibited nt Morgan Bros aDd the .
.. "' ? ---- -., Mr.'Ben ; '
; ; 7""T Farmer, of Tallahassee, Starke tlie north bound noon ln>in-that is, nil I -euntor -
Drug Company's store have been -
Staritc7l-ia. 12
Aug. > has been here this week. but Mitchell; who was still in -
Judge Next to Post -
/" much admired. They were raised by Mr. [ Office.] !

\ Mr. 11V;: Trimble made Starkea S. F. Gardiner on his place just west of Gainesville: on account of a slight illness.: .: ,T. I, (Ja1. Jilm and J;:. P
aftDirS. nnd
tLccaI short visit the other day. town. A similar sample sent to a whole- They were were met by CoIs.Bugg I Ward Reiwesewtntive

HIV buy inferior flour when you sale tobacco firm elicited the answer Lint Frazee and escorted to the court bou f. HAVE A FULL LINE OF : I Time county contrition ,convened iff
however J. B. I IFresh.
Mr. Andrew Floreus will take Two of their number viz.
the a they would $3 for such tobacco
Home at sameprice piy a pound f this! oily vesti-rd-iy 3: J J n"el'n-k. O\\m can getSWe't trip to the north next week. Sparkman of Tampa and Capt. Johnsonof .
at IIclberger & Rlcllard. Mr. Gardmcr-pantcd] one acre this <> I lie long pruiir.tcle4" se''nof.tfterarttenlion '--
their homes ou *
full line of paints at Mr.'N 'J Jones has been rusticating spring but the extremely dry weather Levy county left .. Dr-u..gs; t' :' I i which! was. s vtr jilst.'nit tfe 'wertr*
A the train. "
'"" Triiby., Sternburg & Co. at Pablo beach the past week. made the setting and cultivation very tedious introduced lion B. B. ... ready to lock m our forms we can gives
J. L. Hill
., work as much watering was ncces- Toilet; Ar :i.c1es etc. only the following few dots in ibIs issue:
diess ,
white goods who spokeat
Jones' Candidates in Blackwell, presidential elector
See N. J. bring your an- essary. Yet the re ult was so favorable The convention wa* called to order by

before you purchase. nouncements. You pay the fiver, we that lie will go into it on a larger scale some length upun the tariff question llajor J. I.. Hill. WIU-I>'S10Unc(1 the 01...-

I Our line-i ladies' black silk umbrellas do the re t. next year. Mr. Gardiner is a public-spir incidentally speaking a good word fits.for His the a JUST RECEIVED A FHES1I LOT OF jcct of Iho uut.'linjj.. Thereupon, eo1;.

be surpassed ited man and does what he can to show laborer and giving monopolists Thomas E. ;
cannot Mr. S P Crews is up and about with much attention t Bug wsuf :nwu temporaryHiuirm.m
listened to
Truby:, Sternburg & Co. after his long illness, improving the possibilities of our soil and climate. speech C.was B. Collins was then introduced. t anil E. L. OdomMnd.(2. huh

S. J. Jones has a'full stock of slowly but steadily. eELREE'S WINE OF CARom for Weak Nerves. lIe knew the kind of talk! his audience GARDEN SEEDS [ temporary secretaries, "tli'ur.*motion.

and casketsat t and second the wasmadepermanent. -
coffins tir'puimiticn :
. funeral supplies, Miss Minnie Andrews is.away on Phrenological Lecture. liked, and was heartily applauded. Much t '

all prices. a visit to her sister, :Mrs. Barnum Professor, Edwin Churchill the noted mirth was elicited from his witty sallies IX' :BULK. k }l. L. McKinney nominated' forr

All kind of hauling done urompt- Johns, on New river. pt scientist; Orange will College give to lecture.night.on phrenology Phrenology] and his language in regard to the third I I state senator: acclamation.. .f. I.. Ga<'-'

r/ at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s stable is the science by which character and, to party was conciliatory. He congratulated '
r ly who has hail years': experience fills kins was nominated for representative to-
Mr. Albert Gnospelius has returned some'extent, past and future life can be Bradford upon her solid dcm6cracy.Highland. MR. R. R., JOINER, twenty ,,

I Domestic and New Home sewing in the midst of his many friends, told by the torin of the bead. The lecture WINE OF iii ui-T for Women. all and night. the loner house of the legislature hy n Prescriptions. day t
machines for sale by and has the depot in charge.Col. is free, and will DO doubt be highly inter I clamation. and I:!. P. Ward, niter several'

Truby, Sternburg & Co. esting. Your head! examined for $1 by STORE OPEN SUNDAY 1.30 TO 3.30 P. M. ( ballots was.mmmatod fur representative-

Geo. E. Pace has, as usual, the professor at. Mrs. Edwards' boarding Peaches and pears have been rather to lhe lower house.

Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latest reaped a rich harvest of pears and house. plentiful for the season and far beyondthe I .. _'..

collars. To see if there was really anything in of,the farmers. LACRANCE 'I'Iiirttl'arty Plrowctics,
styles of gents' grapes from his place north of town. expectations ,
-------- phrenology we had the professor examine Frank Bennett returned Inst week from GEORGIA, i LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE EdJ'itor TE.Eon.WT-PetlSC"gime: space'in
Jacksonville consignments These the tired can't our head. His comments were so truthful '
Send your nights granger sleep Starke where he has been attending you colmons for !too or three jctcam
the Florida Producer'sand Worth mentiou. prompt and exact that we wilted school. I Literature, PI. lc. Art. Tforaaloormo.' 1)nsllmaldnsr typewriting.iten .
S to For chicken thiefs take his and groaned thanked the Lord we are not I I < )Irr Jlh7. :Jluaic nnj Art ijusurpisgc.l. VOiCE 'VWftlMM Ac1ALT. ffff: as to the good of our gt'snl old democrat
Consumers Exchange. tfDon't prowling now Miss Cook has a rare lily in bloom. The *'. L'oocspiug. batmouy. pUyfunl! ('ultur"j'ru. CcttflioBtle lull
Attention. bald-headed, and determined in the future I .... Iorm. Senct for ntalogue.fiI we are all Aweare Ihut ourguotl 0''hi ttero-
color is lavender, and it would be a pleasant l _wlb.Music i.1:0'1: :
to clap on our hat when u seer-looking ;- .8&h lee.ion brrio.8ep&em-.er 21.189:1. .
that we are head for botanist. __E rolld 10-1 iii'; EULERB. SMITH.Sec.. ocrats taknedouroMFather out
study a
forget Start democratic: clubs, sing our gentleman enters our ollice. .Bosrdt"raIi) LGWGE Ri,
Means' shoes.TrubySternburg 63: 177 I RUfUS W. SMITH, Pres., as County Comm hinl't" and put old -
quarters for James campaign vote the democratic The lecture will begin at 7. Go and It has !been very healthful here this 1 Pupil

& Co. song hear It, it will do you good. He will also summer, v.-ry few calls for a physician. I ___ in his ?1\CC'\ncl (.!Uk old man -
ticket and St. Peter will I
greet you lecture to.morrow and Sunday at 4 in.eElree's L.B.
p. -- off the and put -
M. D.
with smile. J' L. STEWART, j FORSALE
curtains at a --- ---
and lace
Curtain poles in his place one 1 of the Grandest Kngcz
WINE OF CflRDUl for female diseases. Try BUCK-DRAUGHT; tea for Dyspepsia. I I
J. G. Alvarez.The ever in Florida. '
Col. Peek authorizes us to Office nth The described located
t in the say Lots of people in town yesterday.Miss JLawtey.: following property I N'>jcntlemutt: put your brain in op-
nicest; table damask that active arrangements are goingon within the.corpoiate limits of the nitioii nnd C'husu Party jsm and route to-
The Ladies' Guild
Jones' mammothdry the of Bertha Baisden is sick. : g L'Ccry pleasant Stark' Drug Company. the Frunt and indorse Good Gouvtr
city at N. J. cheap on speedy commencement very entertainment at the hotel recently.] : town of Starke. is offered for sale: ?mrnl
Hi to oil and I Favor toNone.
l the railroad. Equal is Spesci.il
goodsstore._ new Chickens. are scarce and in much )Ir. and Mrs._O. C. Knnx.f__ Highland. l.I1j- !-t-- Two Acres of L.aml Fl-ouinvFAUMKR.

g The best Rto coffee 5 lln for 1 FOIl SHERIFF. hereby an- demand. made a brief call at Lawley Tuesday. TIE POWELL M. 0. well fenced upon which is a good. well I New River.. '

, a & Richard's. Evan J. bhipman has returned to painted and pliElcrcd two-storj dwelling: ; -
Hcibergcr nounce myself a candidate for the
at Miss Atlanta Blitch who has bsen Little Billy Pi,
Gainesville, and will be missed by our
excellent well of water bricked from
Just received a full line of James office of Sheriff of Bradford county. very sick, is now improving fast. young ICOPlC.Misses PHYSICIANJND SU GEON. i an Thinks he can win \
the stable and I
good outbuildings.
clay; the alliance
W. D. By placing
ALV'AnEz.Shoes garni-;
J. G. Alvarez.A Stella funnel) end Maggie! Smnil ii
Means' shoes at Ernest Morgan is the life of the The following is a list of the Trees growing I Hut the farmers arc not fools
caskets with castiron would arc spending a few lays nt Starke, the Office at Ga klii*' Drug Store To be iisctl as the tools
new stock of cotlinsand. tips I town.N e couldn't do without him guests of Mr. and Mrs. Husband. upon the place:

at N. J. Jones. have a good sale in Srarke. The Call and see the Starke Drug Co. Miss J. Yoder, who has recently con- STARKE FLORIDA 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties Sd year To boost little Billy to flntl"y
> Have tried Sweet Home flour? nails slicking up from the sidewalks at their new quartets: next the ducted a writing class here for a'week, : bearing; Chestnuts 5, 2 varieties Ap- : _
you almost the of post much with and COMER L 'PEEKATFOflNEATLAW I i A train carrying $20.000.000 in golJ,
, ; The sales! are increasing every day. prohibit use ordinary office. was pleased peopie. and NOTAR* !!:: pies, 6 trees (3 Standard) 3 on Pear roots;

it. For sale foot-wear. Trees. 4 varieties ?? Pear arrived in New York from San Franciscothe
The best trade uees by and 40 Orange : ; ,
( Richard. TheYall Lumber Co. has changed Miss Celia Aldcn is attending the nor- 9th inst.. having: made the trip ncrtw
& : .
7 Persimmon
Hcibcrger Insurance. 4 varieties: Apricot ;
L The article under caption "Organize mal school in :SLukc a-d is progressing
hands and is nothe Hoffman ,
It welt
the continent in 112 hours. wat
I LONDON & GLOBE.PROVIIJJ.XCE ;7, choicest varieties Pencil 80 large
endless in this issue is a powerful exposition rapidly. Represents LIVERPOOL& ;
goods in an quan- Lumber Co. GREENWICH, .
Spring : WASHINGTON, guarded by U. S. soldiers.ANNOUNCEMENTS.
N. J. Jones' mammoth store.J. of the status and aims of ;Misses Genie and :Mildred! !Powers uud SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance selected varieties; Quince 2. Chinese.All .

tity at the third party and should be read Major J L Hill ]looked very warlike Alva Bonnell spent a few days at Kings- Companies. Choice lots of Land in town and the above trees are in bearing most .

G. Alvarez has just received a by all voters. yesterday morning. What's:; Icy lake List weeK, wilhll's: Howe. county for sale. FLORIDA. of them in their second year. ) .

i car load of "Diploma" flour. up, major ? :Mr. J.in P.Jacksonville.McCullcy is .spending a day: STARKE jnel9tf This place must be seen to be appreci- For Shcritr.

Onr stock of groceries is the most are Only some a short splendid time noThere bargains be The Ladies' Aid) society will serve or Law two ley post office! now hiss a mCln"j'orllcr Frazee & Hall ape!). For further information apply to I hereby announce myself a candidatefor :
the ofilce.of Sheriff coun-
complete in town and prices way ice crcim this afternoon :and eveningat and postal note depim; tmuent. nfl A. L. SCOTT"
had. Come at once as the stock lilt.
Counsellors Law and ask the suffrage of the voters at
and at
hard hall. Att'ys ty.
down to lan.rl'ruby Hemingway Mr. Berrysford arrived Saturday last ,
must be sold out entirely at New Starke Fla.:
& Co. llu election. Respectfully.H.! .
Sternburg with his family from Newark. N. J.. andis coming
York Auction Store. Deputy Sheriff E F Johns has quartered in the Turner house. lie is ROOM NO. I, JONEBLOCK, I p- \tSTIX.

\Vagons and wheelbarrows at --- ------ -- picked up the negro that did the in charge of the Dixon hinds just west of STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.
Some of our state exchanges look U.D. MINERWatchmaker I hereby announce myself a candidate
Bazar. town. Third and
.Morgan's killing: at Hampton lately. i And Downey Build'g cor. for re-election as Sheriff of Bradford coun
like with
they were printed wagon Mr. John Hudson having returned Center strs-. Fernandina, Fla.

Ask I C Webb for card, stencils, grease and some others with pond Mrs. J P Hester is quite sick it with his f.unlly from a sojourn in North -jy17- _--, -,_ _ _ -- ,I the ty. and fall t solicit election the support Respectfully of the.\ voters at

etc., of the Florida Producers' and muck. The Spring, of Green Cove, Anthony. Her husband was summoned Carolina, thinks this vicinity preferable H. E. LAGERG11EN P. >. Cm-\V8.

Consumers' Exchange. tf is the neatest paper in the state.Judging home by telegram from his to any region he saw while absent. \ and

trip to Texas. Mr. Sum Wilson sold his property Monday LAND SURVEYOR. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor

Job printing of all kinds at the by the requests by to a lady from Newark N. J.. who the oih'cc of Sheutl of Bradford county. -
many I F. R. Morgan h:is had the yardin anivcd Siturday.: Consideration $'j'OO Deputy County Surveyor.All I and respectfully\ solicit the !support. of
TELEGRAPH office. people in other states for sample
I the voters at the cowing; eltftion.Respectfully.\ .
of the office from U. S. Surveys Field Notes
and the
rear post Mr. A. W. Biddle and wife report from Lines run
of to size I .
copies our thereby !
We have everything you need and our town, Slarke paper will[ gain quitea drug store cleaned off, and i is going i Illinois very hot weather, and as liking Levelling and Drainage. Srltte'mM. etc.HT Jeweler. F. AL BYBD.
up Call at this Office.STARKE
will make to suit the need of to make flower garden fit for a : Lawley more than ever.Mr. .
prices number of new citizens shortly. FLORIDA. The friends of 3Ir. J. IImiM<>n John
". pocket book. queen. Nothing slow about :Fred or : : Edward Shuey, who has been at announce him as randid-ite for Sheriff

your Truby Sternburg & Co. Peach peel on the sidewalk: small either.Messrs. Drtlton Ga.; in railroad work returned Stake Fla. of Bradford county ai.d solicit for hum .

I No more prostrate your frame; Friday as hearty as ever. Mr. Farmer the patronaiw of the voids at the coming

N.: :J. Jones has 800 Crosby cemetery -:I But grape skins make a first-rate slide, \ F R Morgan, John Hull. says: election. Respect fully.

And there the and J Brown left for New York MANY FRIENDS.
sale. you get just same. : by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I
lots for If I had had] some means of
Wednesday's, wheie they will The best salve in the world for cuts, Largest Assortment of The' friends of Everett 13. Johnii an-
Last the town full fall I should have
Saturday was last
Go to Walter Wills for best but- spend some weeks. From there they bruises, sores, ulcers salt raeuui lover Irrigating noimuct? him a candidate for iheolhVtriH

cheese and hams. of people anxious to hear the speak- I will to New sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains made at least )1,500; as it is I I Clocks and Sheriff of Bradford county, and solicit
Jeiscy Niagarafalls
ter, ing.Vhile eloquence flowed like go corns and all skin eruptions and positively shall not make: 300." Watches for Mm the suffrage the coming. dic
Long Branch and many other cures piles, or no required. It
pay tion.
Nw line of low shoes just re ccivdo .raging torrents at the court house, spectful.y. _
noted places. is guaranteed to giveperfect satisfactionor Th.it excuse might have done last MaNY Fltn:: m*.
at Truby, Sternburg & Co.One whiskey ran in tiny rivulets from money refunded. Price !T) cents pei' Jewelry,
. bottles outside. I During the thunderstorm on the box. ForsnlebvStitrke Drug! ('o. fall, but it will not do now, for if I herebv announce myself! as "a c-indl-

' 4 \ lot of 8 cent calico reduced night of Aug. 1 the Saunders house, wiio \Vant Office. you are in need of water for irriga- date for the office of :Sheriff of Bradford

;. "\ecnts at Dr. .Tohn C. Willo, formerly of south of town, was struck by light- I Mr. W. A. Crosby, candidate for the I tioivor any other purpose, call on or Special attention given to the repairing -' county.port of the and voters respectfully at the coming solicit;, election the sup'

r-: Truby, Sternburg & Co. Starke, is now located at Inka, Ky., ning and considerably demolished. lax collcctorship, while in the prime IIflift' a.1cIl'ess CJ.V.. YOUNG who of Clocks and Watches. Respectfully. K. G. RK\VKS..

as physician and Mirgeon. lie still The inmates at the time were Mrs. hrs spent many years iu the intercM represents -

Fruit jars, jelly tumblers, fruit has a love for his old home, takes the I D. McRae, her son and his wife and of good government without lewarJ: or theCHICAGO Good work lone at reasonable rates.L$9R ForCierk ot ,Circuit Court.
jar rubbers and tops at TELEGRAPH to keep posted on current child of which hurt hope of compensation. His district has AEHMOTOll CO. I hereby announce rm,elf u candid.Ua!
none were other district elect their
helped to
Truby, Sternburg & Co. events here.Stl'awbel'l"Y every for re election to the office of Clerk ot the
fortunately, but all more or less favorites and never had :an office: now lIe can furnish you with a'well and Circuit:! rllll1 t of Bradford county ml

know"-London stunned for a few moments. district No. 1 asks to be remembered by $ $. respectfully! ,solicit the support of fellow -
"Quite :English, you plants are being set voting for her candidate: for collector.Mr. all other appliances that will give
J. G. Alvarez. '. The of tSf- BLACK-DRAUGHT tea citizens at the,ensuing elect! ,,".
Swells cigars at out flO\\ acreage new plantations cures Constipation. Crosby is strictly temperate :and reliable I all the water yon want and also Very respectfully

promises to be heavy, thanls educe ted and fully qualified fir you
Attention. .L-ti: :
of sale. I for kind of light _
We make returns on day to our fruit growers' association the duties of the otlice. furnish power any
:'Thr iYF'i.
Fl. P. & C. Exchange, Jacksonville through whose efforts freight will There will be a meeting of the citizens Mr. S. B. Denmark is the now candidate machinery :as grind-stones, wood- For Tax Collector.I .
of District No. 0 in thin county, on Fri-

tf _ _ be greatly reduced next season. day tbe 12th inst.. al 7 p. in. sharp to I form for of county"Steve"trcHbUier.Denmark The is Known manly to saws: cotton gins, etc., at a price hereby announce myself a candidatefor '
reelection to the ofli x of Tax Collector
------- organize a democratic club for active campaign -
- ONE MILLION BOXES of orange Mr. S. M.\ Crews has given up his!' ; purposes. A full attendance is re- every )person in the county and his many that any one can afford to pay who : of Bradford county And respectfully .

wanted by Burton K. Barr, position with Mr. N. J. Jones and Q 11e ted. staunch friends will no"doubt earnestlysuppoit can afford\ to farm: one acre of land.G. solicit the support of my fellow
him at the polls.:; He i is well acquainted citizens.; Respectfully,
Jacksonville. will back his father1 By order of Democratic Executive \V. YOUNG,
go to place to Committee, Dist. No. G. wit'i county affairs; well educated M. 31. HALE.

regain health and strength. lie .. and strictly I vi iahle. He has done I HoisBShoer, Black and Tin Smith etc..
Tlie TELEGRAPH will be bent to has worked hard and Fresh and much cood for the patly and never before STARKE FLA. J. L. GASKINP. I lC'rc1lunnounce myself ft candidatefor
address for 1 a very : faithfully groceries confectionery asked for an office. I jt)8) the otlice of Tax Collector of Bradford
any jear. and will be much missed. His fam. just opened at Walter! WilU DEALER IN county. and respectfully Hie support

Go to J. G.Alvarez for the best ily ? with him. Mr. R. G Hen\'Cs is a new candidatefor of the voters nt the coming election.
gOE' & Medicines
The only $2 a day hotel in Jacksonville the sheriiliilly. He is n man well and Drugs Respectfully II. A. TowxsEXD.

5c cigar. _ _ The favorably known in our countis much :
There seems to be an impressionthat is TravelersIf VISIT Starke }'Iaclhysicians'
Men's straw bats, various styles esteemed by those best acqu.iinle I with The friends of W. A.. Crosby respectfully -
our yonnrml'n! here keep too him has been faithful for Prescriptions him c-tndid.tte for the
and nice and cheap at a worker (the announce a
shapes, want to feel and
G. Al much by themselves. This shouldn you good sleep party and has: never before asKed for an : UaivfitUomi>o
-J._ \'arez.: )t be so. Starke is known the state well at night, go to Powell and get office. Of ,his ability to fill the sheriff's night and Laving Confidence in his merit,

If you want a pretty Four-in-hand: over for her beautiful ladies some of his meat. office with credit to himself aud the county The Great Closing Out I and ability to perform the duties of the
young ,
tie or scarf cheap to there is no doubt. He is in his best office, do earnestly solicit for him the

go G. Alvarez. and true refinement can only be All summer goods at. reduced years and his courage is unquestioned. Sale ami get aBARGAIN ARCTICCANDY suffrages of our fellow citizens.Respectfully. .
gained in good female society.A Pl" ccs. Trnby, Sternburg & Co -, MANY FRIEND.
LADIES, ask for Electric Bitters. STORE
0 RD'S letter from C II t For Tax AsHessor. *
ex-Mayor This mnedy is! liw-xiiiiin-j to' veil
Peaches berries .
vegetables -
F INK Moon, now at Saratoga, N. Y., reveals grapes, known "and so popular ns to need nopetinl c. R. ENSEY I hereby announce myself candidate
etc. and in season. ,
ITTING oranges mcntioii. All have used
that that is a mighty big town for ek-ction! to the office of 'I'utE Assessor
; GOT WE A IS tf 1*. & C. Ex., Jacksonville.If Kleclric Hitters xirg iho same .mnj r.fpraise. CORNER: RAILROAD AND MAIN STREET, of Bradford CC'JIlyt the ensuing election
I and that Mr. Moon is rich
getting : A I modieino, i'oc not exNtand
& Co p.uror and solicit the
at Truby.t&: tir respectfully supportof
ST .
I horse Even while it is srtiarnteecl to do nil that islaiuied. '
betting on laces. you want first-class beef, pork fellow citizens.
my Respectfully.
1' lectl ic Hitters wil! all
I here he was: known as a lover of or sausage go to L B Powell, and Liver'nnd euro J. };. W AINRIGllT.J .
diseases of tho Kidoe\s: vili
tough animal tissue. The TILI> will it. I Vegetables Candies! Fruits and candidate
you get remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum and Summer Iii-reby announce myself a
GRAPH wishes him much success. otbenllpctiocs: caused by in.puio blood Drinks. for Tax Assessor for Bradfoni county,

A full line of James Means celebrated Will drive Malaria from the \VMiem and I COCO COLA Nerve Tonic. and CHAM and solicit the Miilrage of the voters at

; Saturday a young man was seen shoes for men and boys at prevent as well as euro ail :Malarial at the PA1GNE MIST. the coming election. Respectfully.
evers. For euro of Headache, C()" -
L. )). WALL.
frantically pursuing:: a goat along Truby, Sternburg & Co. tion and Ir.digestion try Electric liPa-1 Agent for Mnllnry Steamship Line.

Madison street. The goat, when ---- ----- Entire sitisf.vtiou gnarnteed, or mr ne3 I oct J6in I herebv announce myself as candidate!

made blue ..1V Hodges has a large stock of refunded. Price 50c. and ?1 per bottle at ----------------'---- for the office of Tax: Assessor Bradford
caught, w.is to disgorge a -- ---
that he i i3 bound to sell. Sflkrke Drug Co's drug store., 3 New York county nnd respectfully solicit the .suiff-
piece (of calico, in which was tied up clothing I Auctionstore.j Scientific Anericjui rage of my fellow citizens at the comingelection.

two cents, to be used for the pur- Call and see it. Pine'Hill Politic , Agency for if elected I felmll visit entk '

chase of a stamp for :a letter to the Iu response to the call for a meeting at -- -' school district for tax re'miriisKespeetfully.
young man's best girl. The goa'thad Litesville school house Aug. 4. some 60 or A. ,J., McKlxsET.
Ilf'll chew this brand, who never ROLLER COTTON GINS.The .
pulled out of his pocket. 70 citizens assembled The meeting was For Treasurer.
I tried before, undersigned. agent for Platt Bros. '
called to order by W II. Pinholster who
Our needs decent in I And ) it & Co.. will sell a Single Roller GIN, with I hereby announce myself n candidatefor
I city drainage having bought ; oiu-e, comes
1---- after defining briefly his position in rcgaid rc- ll'CliCJn to the office of Treasurerof
1- f : i Patent Cranklegs. Belts an wrenches, .
order to health well water and back for my OARAT.TltA.
keep more. Bradford and
(county respectfully! ol-
I to politics, resigned as chairman ll e all complete delivered nt Savannah, Ga.. M.ak
streets in condition. A Sold Steinburg & Co. .. .. IIATaIirIi kit time of fellow citizen at
I good mere by Truhy, district democratic executive committee.On at $130; and Walrus Lcather.cut strips, .fr .101I support my
WE ARE CLOSING OUT.I I gutter along the streets soon fiBs!! eopYIIIGIn'a, etc. time cozr.fcg: ck<.1lflft. Very respectfully.: .
up at 80 cents pound. '
You aro rather in danger of being leftifyoudon't'lmrry from wind and washes aud cannot Try our cigars, we have the best meeting motion resolved of D.itself W.into Pinholster a people's the per :31. POLL1TZER. !O fltrAN AI .30 tad free & 1ZI. J. W. 1 1\ 5L1.VM.
up, We haven't any carry off su face water quickly, nor assortment in the city. party district convention to select 13 delegates augffliu Every--Jl8SeIl& taken Torgecnrlngtiatiifi out bF" I*twougfet ia Anwrie before I hereby nemetisee: myself a candidatefor
time tn lose neither have WitH the I uJlct>y uoUceflT''tree of cbirgelntb tle 'itlce of Treasurer ..f Bradford
attend the
you. dram the ground. Deep ditches, Truby, Sternburg & Co. to : people's party cot rational -
30 days we'llut close, out our stock of lined with Lake Butler Aug. 11. S S. S< ssums tieutifi' tiiiuty.: and respectfully ask time ,support
plar.k or piling along two NOTICE. jmeritan
I LUMBER ot the voters at the eietfion.Rcgp. .
WitS elected chairman ami R F. coming
summer goods.) It isn't a time for lettins\ or tiiree of our streets, would collect Write to the P. &; C. Exchange, Lewis: ctful'y. & B. DKSMABK."For .
other little thii f e or big thin stand in and carry off water before it saturated Jacksonville, for market prices be- Pursuant secretary.to adjournment the democratic Tn lie people of Starke) and vicinity: Lulrett w0d4. etreatatllfI Spetididl7 of I1h1strated.sn IcientlSe No psler$2 InteiIIttm&n the Mrtiool_$Superintendent.I

the it i it! time for the bull fore elsewhere.( tf M. F. Moore that I have clnil "mou1! lie without It. Weekly l 93.tt a
\\'ay; e taking by the.ground. you ship club met Aug. 6. was This is to notify you lies: lUO $11 moutb&, Address MUN_ CO. ,...(. announo- myself tI candidate, .
tao liorns 'i ho thin:; for us to do is to elected! chairman of the di!:lric democratic the s.iw and planing mill for the summer. vtr.wuns. llStlllMttra6.iew York. for election to the oflleeof SurerintendenC
No trouble to executive committee. R. J. Oliver secretary I shall have in the yt.rd at the mill a
nuke it \\orth jour while to buy and buy The other night one of our farmers gEt your money of Public Instruction for Bradford court
& C. Exchange and J. W. Kellum. J. M. Muirhce few thousand feet of rough lumber also :ATEN"'TSCavrl1la
when deal with the P. -
*t awakened noise in the yen and respectfully eolfcit the "fmy
once. By iuiuciu! to was by a ty support
you means W. W. Murrhec, E. P. Ward and M. quite n large quantity of choice novelty
tf ami Trade-Xarkiuibtaiaetl and an Fktcnt fellow citizens at the ensuing election.
ruinous rates tit us As our prises go poultry house, and he ran out, and _ _ L 'un, executive committee. Thirteen Miling. flooring ceiling a. d surfaced lumber business conducted MODERATK FEEX. Retpettfully

down your prorti cm* up. Here is an un- caught an old colored man carrying delegates were selected to the county convention which will be left in charge of Mr. OUR OFFICE.. 1R OPPOSITE O S, PATENT T.J ,DEKLE.
prpcedentml off half a dozen pullet The old If you are due anything on yoursulscrirtion and! some resolutions were passed I.Lwre1lCe.11.. of St-irke for sale. Any Office IlI.t c-.nue, patents ia lew time
cun\hi'Iatb" of ruinous rates to the TriKGEAm" i FIDELEftleElree's ore In want of lumber mny find It to his and al. li s.> evil tiuiu those'remote from WashIngton I hereby uanounce myself a candid-ile
and big inrtuceaivniIlne j darkey pleaded starvation: in his '
for Superintendent of Public Instruction
will take oats, corn, 'fodder, potatoes interest to call on him. :Cnd Je.drawicj!: or photl'l.with descrip
| .i>, le Tissue,redtj from IV to ;0c a :J'dto family *o earnestly as an excuse that else Wine of Cardu Lion. We advise if pilectabk or not.freed fir; Bradford county and respectfullysolicit
rreponT.th.s; M 1:. 1''Ie' ., j the farmer fin.tlly laid down the chickens, eggs or anything James E. hIS charge Our f!o not due till jxuent Is Bectirpa tic stippr.rl "of th('-voters at the
.. : to off arid allow full and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are A Little Book "Ilow to Obtain Patents,"withnames ,
calicoes you want to turn Starke, Fin.. April 22. 1892 Agt. coming election. Rcsp-clfully.
: r. hammers of his and offered the ot actual clients in state, or
: gun merchants your county '
-4 Lawu market tf for sale by the following a 3m IL-Prz.Es.,
:.c t.. -4' price. townsent free. '
thk'f old that but AJdrws.C
an rooster nothing
OLnhami .. I A. SNOW & CO
niys'l-, ia'liibuti' ,
l 1 fu'n'hPAnUln.'e
.. :: 2cto1ie30c, I :m ore crusher could masticate. "Fs Hipans Tabules cure constipation. Bradford couuty: Bradford Lodge, No .42, F. 'LA. M. Opp.Patent Office. ,W ASHUOTOX.r>. C. a
firiiele ii to the Ifl1tT' 4)1
to fcc ,R i Tabules assist dite.stion.Rir3.c8 RTARKE'DRUO Co.. Stark Meet Thursday night before the thin < n 8nJ'rrin-
Strawhats: and :trU'O'd' at y<)UrTRUDY. much obleeged to yon, nib, said I pans O. W. YOUNG. Hampton. p.Sunday in each month. lendent .>f, PuhH"'lruiruetinriJ'r Iliad-
(1\\11 Tabules cure liver troubles. JNO A. KING. Lake Butler.J I f gents Wanted.-Free prepaid outfit to en jrft ,
"but is 'tO 1" Wat. IALPnuR. ,W')1. r..rat lIwI
iccs. the starving man: respect fitIly-utst1bp--
fam'iy coiiuiy.porl
my wYtr3l of t Lave
Tabules tbf>bowels. P. :tcCULLEY,LawtY' B' 'wi-eT our ralexmrn
: Ilipans move \ J. WAISBIOHT.. Se.3BM3 ..
_-r .' STEUXUUUG & CO- dat, weak from :starbalion: sah, dey H. C. PARKER. New River. .I- e.ru.-d(70; to$100& Wiekrveata pa.t. I of Itt\,101"" at ihv" "min ek C'ri ",

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. ?: ALL OVER FLORIDA. children, making in all a grand total of THE OUTLOOK. 1 POLITICAL CALENDAR FOB 189!. Hakes a -Big Difference.-

!o one hundred and fifty-one, including
Election Day Tuesday, November 8th. Jinks-"I hear that a hotel waiter was
himself. !Ir. Carter has his second wife, of Trade as Reported by R. G. ,

;. lews ot r the State Gathered at Random but has no children by her. If any family ., i The Hews of Her Dan & Co. i New States and What They Bring. lischarged" .the other cay for demandinga

in Florida let it voting for President- tip.
can beat this record National-States
Paragraphically Presented. speak out. Pithy and Dun & Co.'s weekly review of Minks-"Get out." I '

:,in save one, All.States He didn't ask .
every respect, Voting for Members of Congress "True as preaching.
distinctly improves. Crop pros- for it either merely acted as if he wanted .
? A 100-ton phosphate screen u being Florida at W..bla".D. cleared,.manufacturers are do- (House of Representatives)-All, except wltnVane nninTBEDitYEO. Enamels and

built by the Merrill.Steven* Engineering The Times-Union's Washington correspondent .AIm A COMPLETE even in the iron branches, and Oregon, where- two members have already one.> it." lie nan t for the Pebble : "Death and taxes" are UfOS OF been chosen. (Vermont elects September "Don't believe The Rising Sun Stove Follsij b JMlUant._
Phosphate company says ,and the
company seem to approach a settle to the and less Durable eoimimer*M ic ;
of Marvinia, Fla. supposed to be about the only sure TO DAT is 6th, Maine September 12thothers November 'It's so. He was new place waiting or glaai package wlu every purcUasi.Fall .
likely to be advantageous didn't know that the man he was -
things. However there is just now one The domestic trade is of 8th.) York
other thing equally certain, and that is I Governor-Alabama, Arkansas, Colora- on was the Iroprietor.-New
A movement is on foot to move the value and decidedly the largest
A Jackson }fi I Illinois
: postoffice from F,,rt Tampa to Port that Florida will get no more legislationout day The for the season. doConnecticut, Florida,Georgia, Weekly. _ _ _
: Massachusetts
of this says Ilabo Indiana Kansas Maine, -
4 Tampa City, and to change the name of and congress. Governors may I party people have trade is fairly active. At Minnesota, MissouriMon- An Obedient Boy.

t the latter place to Fitzgerald. come governors may go, congressmenand and receipts of wool are large Michigan, ,
preparations New
;; senators may struggle, but nothing tans, Nebraska, New Hamp"hie. --
I vigorous firm. The trade in paint and Dakota
can bring this session of congress to accomplish moderate in and chemi. ,Jersey, North other-"Why didn't you come hometo
A New York stales that state. ; liquors Ten-
d'spatch Judge in the South Carolina South Dakota,
anything more :
and tobacco dull. At Dalti-
; Lacombe has i sued an order continuing The National I Texas Vermont Wasbinzton! in swimmin'."
way of Florida legislation. But fall trade with favorable ncsse". Small Boy-"I was
; Henry E. Ilonlanl aa receiver of the ?ari Texas, was I opens West Wisconsin Wyomi'. home for
there is nobody to blame about it-at % Business at consid Virginia, Then why didn't you come
1 Chicago
4- Florida. Construction company. least, so far as the Florida members are total loss is $ exceeds last and farr Other State Officers-Iowa, Ohio. supper?"

concerned. Certainly they have done been operated for : a larce business year's, Legislature only-Maryland. "I was in swimmin'." 20111116111 Feme Uliie
are expected.
The talk\ of m,king permanent camp their duty, and their whole duty. Day work the fire was at Kansas City is satisfactory, Congressmen Only-Kentucky, Louisiana "I told you not to go in swimmingtwice

e of instruction for state troops in St. Augustine and night they have strugglei: in behalfof log the compress. collections are slow, but receipt ,Maryland,Missiuippi,R'ode Island.. in one diy, because the doctor said Term begin* September ff. i..

is a good one, but who is going Florida claims and counter-claims; Labor day will and grain are large at fair Legislature ta elect U United States Senator it! wasn't oo for you." flVER Spring 1T board Term .begin 20 teachers* Jauurv' si .

to donate the land for that purpose they have worried the life out of the labor At Louisville trade improves and -California, Delaware, NevadaNewYork "I It was all the same swim." I Full University Cnrricnlum 7y an onU -

.- speaker trying to get a day fixed for the a legal holiday, i i. better. At Little Rock Pennsylvania, Virginia. -Street and Smith's Good News. I M.A-B.A..andlj.L.courses three of which spePtalatten lead to tj degy, :

;; The lakes around Orlando are getting consideration of the war claims bill, and. throughout the is quiet, but at Savannah well Elect >rs Oaly-Oregon. sic and Thorough Business Coun 0 -

)lower and lower, and we are afraid that have caused gray hairs to come to members on the first At New Orleans mocey is in Electoral: college, 1892, 444; necessary Surprising Information. The offering scheme to of study s framed with avtew.1*?

: unless we have some heavy rains soon of the house and senate with their a day set aside by demand at a slight advance! ; to a choice, 223. taininga liberal jronnsc women education such as facilities are enJored fn7n W'C

some nf them will disappear entirely.- pleadings in behalf of state interest If of organized steady and sugar firm. Pig iron The states which went republican in Old pointing to elevated rail young men Rt the best Universities! TBandV
., the would not do its 1883 have gained under the new apportionment Lady ( Homest aisil most complete school edifice tUn.. SSkjuth.
: South Florida SentineL pesky congress A Waco Texas! whole weaker bes-
no though road-"Where do them cars go All the rooms,halls and waIrwayse ? "NI
duty certainly it was not the fault ofFlorida's the number of electoral votes hi
says: Next sold at Pittsburg for $13.90, Man ( anywhere peted. Acrommixlations for 400 boaiJ
City huriedly-"Alm *'
The deputy and acting comptroller of representatives.! notification sales at Chicago have de- following: wint, ma'am. tion.Smead'sImproved Lighted with system gas ind of heat and TentHi
1 Illinois 1 you electricity
Colorado ,
the currency at Washington, has declared to officially gray forge to $12, equal to $9.15 I I California 1; ; 2 ; Old V.dv-uL lod sakes I thought and cold water throughout. Abuadan ,uct-
A New Rail war. that he fa the ., Kansas; Massachusetts; Minnesota ; bathrooms and closets. Parlors,library
The demand for bar is
a first dividend of 35 per cent. in had to stay on the rails. -New Ing rooms and BTinmsium '
favor of the creditors of the Frist Na- A project is on foot to connect Eustis prohibition party and plate, sheet And scruc- Nebraska, 3; Oregon, 1; Pennsylvania; the Weekly. Cash cost of building J80,000.eonvenlgntletl. Eigt-i't,

; tional bank of Palatkt, on claims proved and Tavares by rail with deep water at United States. are crowded with orders. Wisconsin 1; total 14. of campus. Board, lights, fael.srr nt'B.u:?
held The states which went democratic in tendance:' ecnve months, fG4G< tBitlonT'f25.00.
New A ;
Smyrna. meeting was recently ,
: amounting to 261550. The firm of are unusually crowded Send fin-cit o'uto
cc in Fu'tice in the interest of the the leading for the wet k reached 00-, 1888 have gained under the new apportionment Pare and Wholesome Quality UET.1..I).BASS, l>.P.,Flore ee,Ala -' i

Tavares, Atlantic and,.Tampa railway, at failed Saturday. S against 80,000 last ytnr. Sales the votes following: Commends to public approval the California!

An immense tooth from the phosphate which Major AlerSt Clair Abnms and their liabilities increased largely and for the Alabama 1; Arkansas, 1 ; Georgia, 1 ; liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs. It la

mines at Duncllon was exhibited is nbout at foot the Dr. Spencer of Boston, Mass., explained fifteen thousand the three chief points are 174- Missouri, 1 ; New Jersey, 1; Texts, 2; pleasant to the taste and bY acting gently on
Gainesville It
the museum. nndsix inches a the the proposed route and purposes of the will not cxcerd pounds against 148,COOOOO, last total, 7. the kidney,liver and bowels to cleanse the
,. across top one thirteen
way They demonstrated hat this which give electoral
other is evidently a molar and weighs company. They were closed date. )1chigan in 1888 system effectually,it the health and
the party promotes
line is to mu from the principal phosphate has made higher prices for republican r w
: about twenty pJulld-The Star. fields of South Florida, and the It is reported half a cent for wheat, in has fourteen votes!! year, to be chosen comfort of all who use it, and with millions it
It that as soon as is the best and only remedy.
t districts.
pure white kaolin of Lake county, by the receipts at the we't exceeding by congressional

Mrs. Jane Fernandez Stuart who died shortest route to tide water at New railroad bridge is bushels per day with exports of The new states, which did not vote in New Y"rk City on a sinl day rectntly consumed

recently at Folkstone, Ga., and was Smyrna, connecting at Blue Springs on river at that place bushels in three days. Corn has 1888, but will in 1892: 76,989,140 gallons of water.Enown's .

buried in the family lot in Fernandina, the St. Johns river with the Atlantic and Nashville would nearly 5 cent on small Idaho, Three Votes-Republican in Iron Bitten cures

was the only surviving! child of the late Western railway and either buying, leas it from oats 2 3-4 cent, western re 1888 by 1,747; republican in 1890 by ria. Biliousness and General DIJpf'at.

:: Domingo Fernandez, wl.o was the sole ing or amalgamating with that line. It mean the shorter estimates. Cotton 2.314.: Strength aid Digestion The best, tones tonic the for nerve Nursing*-

owner of what is now Fernandina, and is here to be noticed tha these pure white Knoxville an eighth on sales of 506- -Montana, Three Votes-Republican in ere2\e apptie. and('hl.lrn

whose name she still holds. kaolin deposits arc said to bo the only ville roads. for the week receipts 1888 by 5,126; democratic in 1890 by Mother
Savannah is The cost of a one-m in a-divlng apparatus
: ones of so pure a nature discovered in favorable. 283.North for a depth of 2 feet is {575.

: Latest Jacksonville fruit market quotations the United States, all others being, at Europe before is an eighth stronger and oil Dikota, Three Votes-Republican One Printed.

.. : Long melon, $10 to $12 per 100; best, largely stained with iron, thus southern port. crnt lower. I in 1888 by 12,632; republican in CAS Only YOU ITSD Ever mE WORD?

V';; "Kolb Gem" melons, $5 to $8; cantcloupig rendering them unfit for the finest work. ship nighlind ( failures occurring throughout! I 1890 by 5.449 There Is a 3-inch display advertisement in

: $2.50 p'r crate; grapes, white This fine kaolin is worth $16 a ton delivered of steamships, during: the hst seven days as South Dnkot>, Four Votes-Republican this paper this week wiiich has no two wirdsalike

.- $2.50 per crate; dark $1.50 per crate; in New York, but the present Genoa and to R. G. Dun & Co., number in 1888 by 30,12; republican in each new except one one appearing word. The eAch same w'ek.is from true The of RELIEVES REMOVES an Stomach Dlstreaa

-, long railroad haul at the best rates offer- t>y the Roman 1890 by 9,895.Washington.. Co. 'fl house plaCl"s""Crescent" Nausea, Sense of _
peaches, Albertats$2.50 per crate; United States, 160. For the cor- Dr. Ila.rter Medicine Cosazsnos; PAW.

peaches, ordinary 75c crate; pineapples, ed forbid its expert at present. Major ships of the week of last year there were Four Votes-Republican publish Look on for everything it. send them they make the n"and rne REVIVES FAOBIQ ENERGY.

$3 crate; Florida lemons, imall. $2 box; Abrams said! that they would be able to A dispatch of in the United States. in 1888 by 7,37; republican in 1890 by of the word and they will return you BOOK RESTORES Normal drcolatic !

limes in great demand; onions $8 barrel; ship this kaolin at 75 cents!! a ton, aerainst N. C says: It 6,322. BUll LITHOGRAPHS or S.\PU .K. WA22CS TO TOB lua,

beans, $1 per crate. $2.50 now charged by the active railwaysof i that the people's Wyoming, Three Votes--Republican DR. HARTEK MEOICHIE CO..St.Ls. ,':
of will nominate in 1888 by 2,894 republican in 1890 by When you eat too much, _
aE this day a gain $1.75 per ton on REAPPORTIONMENT ; When you drink too
freight rates alone. B. Long; ) 1,726. When you smoke too much STEAM CAROUSAt4
Mr. O. M. Crosby accompanied by his a a el: ; reasurer, W. -- Total Vote of New StAte in 1838- "'e you work too much

wife and daughter, p.ssed through Fort of state, Dr. .L. Session of the Legislature Idaho 16.013; Montana 40,014; North Bradycrotine,no Headache. .
Fifty cents,at drug stores.
:Meade on Monday en route for Chicago, An Important Lete. general, W. II. Called to Consider It. Dakota, 38,098; South D.lkota 77,804; -

whither be has gone to establish a branch The Southbound railroad has been :H. Newberne. of Wyoming F J. CHENEY& ,.O.,Toledo. 0.,Prop re. offlail's
branches the Washington 46,353
office of Florida Development leased to the Florida Central and peninsular Michigan legu- ;. 12,81 C liar h Cure offer $100 reward for any
'i company The called to order ia special ses total, 231093. ras-of catarrh that cannot Ix-cured ty tak ng
With the Pabor scheme in for ninety nine years. at $100,000
new colony
: Hall's Ca-arrh Cure. Seni for
operation and the previous Avon park per year. By the terms of the lease the gia and Atlantic Lansing, Friday, to reapportion Curios. I rec. Sold I y Dru rfdsts,75c. testmolla'
the into senatorial and represent t-
Florida Peninsular secu'ns the South money among ,
in full influx
organization awing, a larger ---
the last apportionment act THE human system needs continuous
the road ,
of settlers is expected this fall than ever bound by a guarantee of 5 per cent interest plete been declared be unconstitu- The first electric telegraph line was careful attention to rid itself of its impurities.ana -

before.-South Florida ProgreEs. annually upon $15,000 of bonds to ton. They have to laid in Switzerland by Lesage in 1782; Ucecham's Pills act like magic.CRATCHEDJEN. !
The house after organizing, .
to raise ,
the mile or $2,125,000 of bonds or more -
of upon the Morse transmitter was invented in
the road 135 miles in but times have until 2.30 o'clock in the !
being length. In
Says the Brooksrille Star: W. P. to pending action on a motion .
the net of the S uthbound impossible 1837.A '
case earnings
-. Stackpo'e and the heirs of John Connor, exceed the annual rental the stockholdersare railroad. Now adoption of rules, except the French artist, ![Marcy, has succeeded I "l .
. deceased have filed a bill in equity in which in a insect. A troublesome skin _I'
to receive one half the excels and the solved to put up required one day's no- photographing llyinS da _. .ff\ .
::: this county against W. S. Hancock, J. the introduction of bills. The The time of exposure was 2500th caused me t scratch tn MANITFAeTrREIn'a OF TIn'OAt
lesses one-half. A bond of A
J. BRIt', J. JL Taylor, C. C. Keathley $700,000 is dispatch took a recess. Immediately of a second. months and ha ben gjjjg i INC HOUSE fTEAM: C.ROL'S, ."
by the Florida Central and Peninsular that C. A. Avant .
given days' KAvSifl OH 3iERRYliOltOVDrHatng
And T. Hoai to cancel deeds and
railroad for the fulfillment of the from Judge i adjournment representatives The great cantilever bulge at Niagara cue u '".
recover posression of the celebrated parties met to sue if some of steel. It is M. H.WOLFF, Upper Marlboro, MdSWIFT'HPECIFIC, aaWI'turing
lease. President Comer was asked what over the entire forests."i Falls is entirely c"mposef had several ytur?eXec in
: piece of phosphate land known as the peaceable procedure could not in tons I and operating these w* o c
J tract situated few miles would be the result!! of the lease. He re Northern railroad i 810 feet length, weights 3,000 pared to furnish a machine,which for bat..
tStackpole a
plied that it will put the stock of the restrainicg upon. Before the legislature and cost $900,000. ability and cornpletraeffi,cannot be. -
r: .west of Pembertoa F rry. This land is the democrats held caucus : Machine constantly on hand. All order*ffitd i-
valued at $30,000. G. C. :Martin Savannah Constiuction company at par. ductors of the to I The new imperial crown of Queen promptly. Write for catalogue and price t ., ::4.
; represents accept a pacific } :>-
the complninanti.Th'e The Construction company has a capital from paying any from the HOp Victoria has its entire surface completely OWEN & MARCESON. :

of $740,000 and owns the bonds of the the property of came republicans, I covered with jewels, several of which are llornelUTille. N. Y. .
a c of three democrits
road. This gives the Construction cr>m. J. H. Rucker, appointment famous in history. :1"

new catalogues the East Florida pany an interest of about $106,250per Judge Newman republicans to confer upon the A marine biological laboratory is aboutto was cured several years ago of white rwelllng DR. 8. C,. PARSONS;; .
; ; Seminary are just out, handsomely goi"Sfte3 bill. No prediction In and have had no
annum. President Comer said thereis One of the island my leg by using V3PV31
: be established on the of Jamaicain EMALE REGULATING PILLS'Made
.. ; .up, and promising better things than no doubt of the ability of the Florida Texas exhibited as to the outcome. As the honor of the fourth of the dis- symptoms of r K jSKS turn of the dis .
j.' ever before. During the last year this Central and Peninsula to fulfill its obli- in Houston now stands, all the slates are century ease. Many prominent physicians attended me for wen and tlu'

.. excellent institution suffered much in its gation. here are half a dozen millionaires boll and both parties must reform coveiy of America. and all failed,but S.S.S.did the worK diseases peculiar twl't.

: outside reputttion by the withdrawal of connected with its and plants, every Banks and banking: were known.inGrefce rAt'W.KIRKPATRICK,Johnson City,TenTretie They regulate ?
directory destroyed by the l frnal flow,are s* suii
:. the regular United States military instructor 385 years before Christ, in Rome .
its stockholders liable
among leading and theyare were cut from a :; baa teen toMs
.;, but by special: ord from the amply able to buy the South Bound Bend 352 B. C.. and in Venice 1157 A. D. The on and Skin Dis ycarsandcnreafld. t

2- war department, June 28, 1892. First and build a line to Florida. The un. while county of,a A Snake in the Pot. Bank of England oriijinated in 1695. ed Blce and i"mta ofwomb. .

:: Lieut.; Geo. R. Burnett was relieved from derstanding is that the Florida Central ago ot Saturday from Harrods- In using what is known a the Canadian es ;
the entire SWIFT SPECIFIC Co. Sold by 1Lt ,
duty at the New York military academy and Peninsular people will commence thousands crop of Ky., says: Ncar Buena Vista, a method of boring oil wells, a wei1090 Atlanta, snt by dgfu" &'{
to take the place of the commandant at named McIntyre ate cabbage for feet bored in 228 hours Ca
building a line at once from Hart's Road, Fort Bend, ., was or an aver .-. rx-ioo 91.00: :

. i Gainesville. F a to some p int upon the South the plant has and were soon taken with pains age of 4.78 feet per hour of actual wori. -- Dr. S.C P3nDJ"u&I1I4 <

: Bound near Savannah. A surveyingcjrps stroyers. This caused the detth of four of the The Czar of Russia has recently found Phrsician tels! bow to get wel a keep we', ,'
News that the and their cook in few houis. In 400 For, : J,
comes fromMkldleburg is already at work in the field, and: the boll worm in a time to become interested in the game of pages, profusely i tnt ; ,
Black River is taking for the of the idea den h phleta.question lista.or infornuUootretVfJof
: Phosphate company the will be made cause su 1 and has private
surreys as rapidly as cricket, organized two elevens .
steps in the r ght direction.by introducing Judge Swsyne, that a snake of the spread :I chsnre, addrera with stamp ;
that work
possible may begin this the young men of his 'AugustFlower" DR. 8. C.
fr district court, I among court PAR mT.a"G"
hydraulic mining into their plant. specimen had been cooked in u '
The line wi 1 ..... :
summer. new run east of I .
of to Dr. Ilinsen the red in
According .
have into place Judge with the How the
: They put operation u large; 10. the Savanr-ah Florida and Western rail- cabbage. rep- RIPANS TABULI8.2
aside the flowers is a single pigment soluble in ih nomaeh. Brer ana
inch held & Sisco centrifugal pump, way, and will, it is estimated shorten there no one knows. : aurlfy tte blood. a at.. .
and decolorized 1 but
B. Cable as water by alcohol L The best
which rai-es the water and rock from the :
the distance between _
bottom of the wellforcing! it through 450 Savannahand Tampa and Key capable of being restored by the additionof ."i Constpatlon.Dyap.ps medicine known ] ,
Jacksonville about forty miles. S \
t : -- feet of 10-inch pipe. The total raise is The present distance by rail is 172 miles. made Mason ATLANTA MARKETS. acids. I had been troubled five months 9 BC App Heh ;

4G,70 100 feet to where it is emptied into The new line will make connections with ceiver. Mr. A match cutting michine is an auto- with Dysepsia. I had a fullness : Coropleiioa, .I,
or tIle American matic curiosity. It cuts 10,000,000 sticksa TererT fTmptonl or dineaso rranltin? uo"
wooden sluice box which takes it 600
a Brunswick Daricn Feruandina and St.Mary' WEEKLY. after and f&Uare Oi ii
of Chicago and CORRECTED eating, a heavy load in the o blO a by II1Y
;* and then them W
. : feet to a creek, where it is loaded onboard *. It will then day arranges over a vat their proper
open some comparatively pit of stomach. Sorer-eating benelfted tokingaTABI
up Sometimes
stockholders of are
t of lighters. new territory and make (:Srorrrlr where the beads are put on at a surprising my a J eachmeal. Price.byroai.l! ro..Ujlbottt.dren .
a great merly vice rate of deathly sickness would overtake THE RIPANS CBEMIClLCO.408prawlAccnu
oastetI-Arbtlckle.j 19.60 $ 100 R speed.
ItCh ('f old territory more accessible. It > a Wmite4 EIGHTY..&
ger. Other 19.60 Lcverin lO.60c. Green-Ex me. I was working for Thomas .... .. .sss
trial ; Illery
.> At the recent of tbe train jobbers, will be seen at once how much a line receiver but Jud He
tJOc; choice good 19c! ; fair ISo;corn- Why Mc
_: McNamara and Stafford at Orlando. Mc- will benefit Savannah. It will give Si- garded Mr. c. Sugar-Graim'atod: 5c; oft granu I Peter "You editor of enrDruggistAlegbeny Cit His omoeli :
0 were an apolitical Pa.
Narnara was held in the sum of $2,000 van nab a new connection with Florida, out the ; powdered 5c; cut loaf 53c;white I whos aii

and Stafford was committed without bail. qnd will, in all probability, make it the carry 4J(c. .; New Oileans yellow clarified J I organ, I see. Didn't you do a seven years. I used August Flowerfor '
deal to the A Illustrated BooaVM* '
, extra C 4c. good help
Nothing sensational! developed except headquarters of a powerful system. The ; "dtvi" two weeks. I wasjelieved of all in; valuable infoi mation J -
4 @50 prime 35@4Occollmo:1 Shade of Editor sir-
: that Futch, who formerly confessed, renounced South Bound, with its 135 milesthe, new THE : Molasses-Genuine; Cuba 3503icimi: !: I I lIe nominated, -no, trouble. I can now eat things I (a'l of the l-nman ", prnu.I
never was never by our TREAT and CURE with .
that part of his confession ine to Jacksonville about tile distance Teas Black I I dared mpll
same (@ 35@55c; green not touch I have cine The bonk contans J t
which implicated McNamara. After: the Florida Central and Peninsular Delegates ( : Nutmegs 65@1 k. Clove :25@30c.!' party. gained bfor. marriage and mana,nlJ.l ro.

carefully weighing the evidence McNainart's railroad and branches 10@12/c. Allspice! 10@llc. Jamai I I tent sinc my re- ren, bcsdesuseful prllrPton "
comprising over 18c. Singapore pepper lie; Mice Pat Not Yonr Faith in Princes, cover)?. ,Allegheny, Pa. Ma led posf-rai'. "
bail was fixed at the sum named. five hundred miles, and the cooperationof A ATLANTA PCniasIHJiU11C
f.ur 7/c; goo.l 6c; common Bat rely implicitly upon: the power to cure of ptso's Remedy for Catarrh to-the -
The evidence was so slight and contra- the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key says: The imported Japan 6@7- Hos'etter's S omach Bitters: the third of 1 Best Easiest T'se. and Cheapest.CATARRH. Load St.o.tAPATENTSB ..

dictory thbt it ia thought that it would West railway with six or seven hundred b-cn announced dairy $150; Virginia 70\ century old remeJy for malaria, dyspepsia, t T!" .

fc: be improbable for a jury to find cither of miles will form a pretty good sized system United States to Full cream Cheddars -o; flats debility, constipation, liver and kidney inac '
fish. half bbl .$-I 00 60c- I
: them guilty. and by reason of the location of the tional monetary 1 100 bars, 75 IDS (;3 pails OOa 3 75 tviy.rheumatism and nervousness. To make Sold by druggists or sent by m *
; .
W lines a very valuable onp.COMPLIMENTING. held in one of 6') barn, 60 Iba. $225 253 ; Vou eat, sleep anr digest well this i.the tonic. We. E.T. Halie,Warren, P A N. U............. ..TKryfoC.

The beautiful and historic Shenandoah place not yet rarafine 12c; star lOJ'c. Matches The del care, the aged and convalescent use -'' ft3,:
CRISP. 800s 00a3 75 200s OOa'J it with advantage. A wine-gla sfnl thricea '
; S3 ; $2 75;60s,
. 22 Velley rou'e has been selected by the Allison, of Iowa; day.
3 75. Soda-Kegs, bulk 5c;do lIb pkgs
Grand Army of the Pepublic of Florida The New York World Has Good Thingsto of Nevada, ; ; l, lIb 5J<. do 1 and 'Ibs 8c, loVlb I ,
as their official route to the annual McCrcary of XXX soda 6> XXX butter Th ma'ntenanre of the sultan's harem
encampment Say of Him. ; c; cost Turkey ruUes yearly. s'p5 LOVELL DIAI MONO CYCLES
at Washington, D. C., Sep Cannon of pearl oysters 6c; shell and excelsior 1,0,0 _
tember 20, 1892, a speciil train lobe The New York World of Saturday, ia ; cream 9c; XXX ginger snaps 9c;corn- r MALARIA cur and eradicated from the For Ladles amin Cents. sla) styles
a review of congress, says of Speaker OREiT BB Candy-AsHorted stick 6Jc;Fremh system by rw's Iron Bitters which enriches PnsumatlcCiDiamond and$olid Tires.
used extraordinary rrivilt el'. Crisp: "No democrat in in A London / Canned goods-Condensed milk i the blo.tones the nerves, aids diges Fram. Stt.l Drop Forging St* t :
..L Rates are announced as one straight fare congress, imitation mackerel $3 95a4 00 sal tlon Acts charm on persons in general Tubing,Adjuitab tI.8n Blaring to all running parti,
,, for the round trip from all points in speaking of the record of the present sociated Press ;. 50:F. W.oysters tl 75aL.W.; I ,giving new energy and stD including PedalsStrictly Suspcniioft, Saddle. .
house, fails to a warm tribute to the new liberal I IGS GRADE in Every P
: Florida. These rates arc open to comrades pay ; $2 50 a 3 50; tomatoes $1 60f Some men can convert thl "brass"in their a.
: their friends and the Speaker Crisp. It was claimed for Judge add one delegite $3 20. Starch-Pearl 43c; lump 8)-"trI to gold in 1 eir pockets. t I Send 6 e mU! itsapifor sir 100-pise llliitnti
publjc gen- Crisp by his friends at the time of l.h tallist to the ; packages $3 50; celluloid $5 00. I Btmte CaUk ..rail. lone ef Wai ,'ttiae, RwUeTt, Sportliy! Gold

fr limits erally. Dates that ticket will be sold, election that he possessed of the qual- Liid Salisbury plum or mixed,pints$1 0041 40; quarts Hood's JOHN P. LOVELL ARMS CO.,Mf rs.,147 Washington St,BOSTON I Ie
conditions nnd other
inrormation Powder-Itifle, kegs $5 50;%kegs
ities A
to in sent Great
will be announced later. It is expected necessary success that responsible '' ; kegs$165. Shot $170 pej sack.
ffice and it is the tional ** _
general judgmentnow
: that the limits and conditions will be -
that he has justified in his high appointments Floor. Grain and Meal; .. 2:
liberal. ,
' exceedingly: :
" 1
.- .. plHce the most geoeroui things said of unsatisfactory. First patent $5 50; second patent i ally oVlrme THAT CAtTION Beware of dtnlen"

: '" him. He .'as .* been, indeed, a is an ardent fancy $4.30 ; fancy U 20 ; family 4. TIRED FEEUNG.as .t -es Y fcout\V.L.n..I.
Bergman the anarchist and would-bo most model presiding officer, prompt who is a member 00. Corn-No. 1 white 63,?. -':: J, to conclusively prove this aame a ".aad. .t he tniionn price atampa.8 btL. y LI DOU

assassin of II. C. Frick, was a Red Cross courteous. entirely fair to both sides, also has a white 68:; mixed 6Vx Oats- \ meicnl.e" me they ...e ImiDlow prosecution br law for a. I
white ..
42&-c 44s Kansas rust money onderfal.e -
; ;
nurse in Jacksonville during the epidemic. and resolute whenever hi C. W. Fremantle ( ( wek strong. J.B.Em- pretcuce.
occasion!! de- Hay-Choice timothy, large bales, I.)). ,
; From Jacksonville Bergman who went manded.! His decisions have always been on account of 1 timothy, large bales, 90c; .ch lice Iron well-known mer- S .3 SHOE
: under the name of H. J. Orwitz, left for ratified by the house and his private mint and will small bales, 95c;No. 1 timothy, small I .hant of Auburn Maine,

New Orleans, thence out west, and laterto counsels to his party friends have always conference. : No. 2 timothy, email bale, 80.:. I|,I Xi-: J.B., 1 meon hd DYSPEPSI [tnlne u,moou sewed Inside shoe,flexible ikatavill,mor t-
Chicago. From Chicago he drifted to I been to 67o ; bolted 50. Wheat bran- and Kidney troubles. He took HOOD'SSAAAILanr arabia than any otter shoe eYe'!
promote an intelligent and 77c, small sacks 89o Cotton it relief and custom-made shoes Costing from f Sonly
Cairo, lit, where he obtained a position I praiseworthy dispatch of business. In LAND ;: -$110 per cwt. Steam feed-f 1.35 gave a God-send 93.OO Pkor made wlu A

on the Telegram: and became its acting the most turbulent times of the session Grits-Pearl $3.50.Conntrr to any one suffering Ii I did."I wh Ie.'Securely doable sewed tho at wear the of outside cheap edge welt J -

t foreman. Later he secured a job on the he has never been betrayed into word or Commissioner HOOD'PZLTJS cure Habitual Contpa Pr1ceforIucheasiIlrip.bavmg
a narrow
strip ot oa UK
Memphis Avalanche and boasted to hi deed reflecting in the slightest! degree on Produce. mentary restoring peristaltic action o a- w through aro'wo-thes&!
. :: fellow printers of hit heroism in going to I the dijuity of his his a 9alOo. Butter-Western creamery caL hen two le.of theW.IwDOUt-
situition or wel1e.tabhshed worn through be repaired I
choice Tennessee 16al8c other grade
In his
.c Jack onvui : during aa epidemic cf yellow annual ; ; *oe3saryastheywnneTerriporlocrPnrchasera
fever. lie hlso R-.d- reputation good temperand ter, of the land Live poultry-Turkeys 10124 per I ot footwearlZOihotiI4 <
displayed a Month
self-possession. The most experienced 25 and 28 young/ chickens Ever consider the
CTJFS medal and diploma given him in of the in gratification thit email lOalSc. Dressed I of these shoe*,and 1to
men congress unite in sav & % ; spring many from Excessive: buy cheap wettr
substantiation of his story. jug that no speaker *o early in his service reau has at last Turkeys 18&20c;dncks I2} al5c;chick Sat Menstruation; they don't know 0 r baring sp

W in that office ever won for himself current work Irish potatoes 1.251.50 per bbl. t confide in to get av.
new-1.50a$2.00 bu.Honey- ppr
business per Don confide
-: A correspondent writing from Wel- more deserved onise than Mr. Criso. la 8&10cin the comb 10al2c. Onion I anybody !

: born says: There lives in this community Christopher Roughly Treated. t four :bbL Cabbage-Green: Florida lX@2.

the bend of a rcmaikable family, in crease of : Louisiana ]>jf.Fr Bradfeld's.Female
tie A cablegram from Rome, Italy, says: ,.sue of ::1i1fE
;. p no M>f Mr. Sampson Carver, an Regulator liSFA!
ii: -' old and hfRht.re pected citizen who is Two hundred members of clerical Associations per cent in .ri I..*. :
bands and banners ast fiscal rib side boxed ice-cured bellies for
playing SVc
: now eigbt13t'&r& old and baa lived in flying, year i ; I a Specific PAL PROFUSE.
marched hams IS alb I
this in procession Saturday to trie! 7.716,063 acres > according SCANTY. a.IUGUu
I. : community for over fifty )ears. Pincianna and average; California 9:,* 1 I
gardens to pla.ce a wreath 443 of .
.. K,. 7he family, the majority of whom reside upou acres ; bacon ll212c. Lax&Pore leaf -c
the bust
of "WOMAN-
Christopher Columbu A 1,571.478 acres Book to free. JwuJ
in this ; : ;refined none. me
comely, con ists of eight children, of liberals national 13,664,019. I BRAOFIELD Atlaata.
.. all of whom ar. married group carrying fligs I REGULTOR C. I .
; sixty-eight tried to place themselves tit the head of ommends a lib CottOM. ..7a will
: grandchildren, seventeen of whom I.e exelstv aole t oboe dot mm mad fneralr
'. .- S married and are the clerica's whereupon a scum; occurred >nd the enact quiet.-Middling ..6'c.L I. riaJ:ICe f.. drJidW> la ye i r OI.TCbJ"sale __ __ __ ,
,.4 .-t forty-nine. treat. srand- in which the ,bust was overturn d. ration of public I' a u4 Kacofrce. W.JL. JJoagla*
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