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 19, 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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A LITTLE GOLD}W THREAD. to Brandon in the mountains was s nt her and make even the wrath of man to praise tHE SONG OF THE TiSXA.3 COPNI another day and another nigh and still 'Heeouldnot have lasted over six?1 r THe LAND-OF DREAMS

BY CECIL LOBIUXKI. gift; he had obtained a duplicate of the Him." he did not return. At of two hours longer. His feet and hands were T twgb d epen! the sow .

artist. During the Vicksburg campaign Her face was illumined by the sentiments -I was dry and dusty, days he decided that his companion had full of cactus thorns, all were cold, 'I moonlight qoiten in silver beams,
Only a packet of letters he lost it; and he now accepted the lossas she Smedley gazed in I was weak and weary; perished and tried to save himself. while his head was burning hot :p And silent we step in the bOat o sleep.

That breathing I have to bidden me the auay.All eetnesi, an omen that the original was forever wonder utered it Moutford sat I Now I'm glad and lusty, Both came out alive and both are here. "We made him a comfortable as circumstances .I And drift t the shadowy land o drtams.

Of uiauy a rummer day. lost to him. there, but it was Isabel Montford trans- And the earth looks cheery.Oh This the of his Waer would permit, and then took *
There are ten Jer little i leadtng, Then welcome the shock of war, the formed. the i story wacdEing him back to the Gila River and later Ob, mystic land where the dead return
That lui\o Touched my Inmost heart, storm of battle! Welcome the hardships -I wished to thh to you, whom soaking told your correspondent t And warm lips cling in the deathless kiss;
the echo of their M i o vok in*,
And sweetness r th-pr I around the Tucson. I
looked back !
Iu all my life ha3 l'&rt. of the soldier's life, the march, the more than any other I hare wronge 1 by "I as passed And the years are not. and the weary leI
these bivouac, the weariness and the nncharitableness. Laughter-making ram; and saw Van Horn crawl under Van Horn was not the first who sough:
Only cherish'd letteri. hunger, my Scoa I shall! retire point That anguish dies in the arms ot bliss.
That no eyes but mine have read, the bed on the bare ground, curtained from the world. I wi-h it to be with Soft and silky, the wagon. That was the last I saw of the shelter of the mesquite brh :I

And With I keep a little them golden bound thread.together only by the broad canopy of heaven! peace and gooJ-wi toward you." I Mild and milky him until-but let me tell you about it shaded the aroyo. Near where he was : Afar in that holy, unknown land .

Welcome the comradeship, the affection I I You repaired the wrong.." Grows my golden gain it happened. found was a biotcen dow on with : Ambition gathers the owers fame;
Only a packet of letters and fidelity of the brave fellows he was I I "Oh, do not say FO! I can do no more." Listen to the a"When I got near the tank I tied the the skeletons of four horses. In the And fortune,reaches bar golden wand
With the eoil'd
pages and torn prout to lead! Theme were the things. "Ask your own conscience! You bade laughter
But With how each inauy dainty\iord fancies born pave him rest from heartache, that 'I me not talk to'ou of love until I could That my leaves are making, horse to a bush. They were wild for shade of the brush were four human And pure and white I the tu o sme.
loving '
are crowded oat bitter and come to wearing; the Now When the wind after water'and I was afraid they would break skeletons. Van Hor's story was their there
Ah 1 here Ii the Land that peim'd them, repining gave you gray. you comes The shackles fall from the prisoner ,
In those dreamy summer hours him congenial occupation and steady acknowledge it was wroag to Had .me i..sses, shaking. I from me and founder themselves and story-only no rescuer came to them in The peasant sits on throne a king;
When"wo thought our iatn isaa, Bhadowd purpose in pl.ice; of indolent musing. He with such hard conditions, and in the sty foul tbe water into mud. I might have time. It was days before Van Horn '
Only by Lo\'c'1I10.1relit flowers? health-giving, The blind all that's fair
Only these chcriah'd letter II, even looked forward with a certain phi same Ireath you say that ou will put Ch spared myself the trouble. The waterhole could tell the story of those days he eyes open t
That no eye but mine have read, losophy to the fulfillment of the Doctor's yourself where the pleadings of my' heart 9 Breathinp, living, These water holes are not waited for Waer. To-day for the And deaf ears hear, and the dumb BpDal
Tat I keep so closely guarded predictions tint the sen ice would kill can never reach you. What matter that I Heaven-pc-uring rain; ; was dry. frt : sing.
I With little golden thread. him, saying to himself: "At least that loved you nil through your cruelty and Come, caress me, living spring you know, but merelybasins time he narrated his experiences. .

I Ah but lovc--n-ords die so quickly will; be a worthy end." hardness, if now-* Kiss me, bless me, 1 the water that drain was eight days without water. I Who can tell what messengers

In this world of thorn and briars, lIe kept up admirably. I must han "Spare me!" she cried. She was trembling Once and once again t from a hill and hold it. There was not "I waited anxiously for Waer's return strayAroundus
I And the heart that bi ats mot>t fiercely been that his weak body WlS dominated ; he held both her hands; but she much rain last winter, and the evaporation the first day," said Van Horn. "At last all in the hush of night;

Looking Is the one back that brings soonest tars tires.of longing by hia f rv-f-nt Rnirit. for with his full 1 seemed not to notice it. "I thought I Let your hearts b singing; had sucked from the ground the last night came and I was thoroughly When the form: lie still a the soulless clay

In so manycary eyes bare of applause he went through those was done forever with the things of the Peal your p 'ns people; of moisture. alarmed. When daylight broke and he And we follow ourselves throajh love and
I That ha\e seen their fond hopes vanish fiery days at Kenesaw, rt Peach-Tree world; do not reek to hold me back." Set the drop ,
joy-bells ringingIn
Like the htavs from morning skies. Creek, and resisting all suggestions "Will you leave me alone? Look into "This was serious. I knew those had not returned 1 made up my mind light.
I Yet That 1 keep no these but faded mine letters have,read, when place fel that he your heart; wh it does it prompt you to each lofty steeple. horses could not go another day without that he had perished, but I decided to And who shall say but the land dreams
; Dearly cher eyes' -closely guarded should take a rest and a leave absence.At do? Have I never had a place there? Nay, I Praises render water, and without the hoises-I would wait a little whi.e longer for him. I hadno after o all
the land of the living, ;
By alender golden thread the head of his brigade he marched look at me, Isabel; do not turn away! Answer To the sender not allow myself to think beyond that. water, but fortunately there w I
I with the army to the sea, and then theoverstrained me, f'e to face!" Of the joyous rain; "I got the horses and struck off across plenty of canned fruit in the wagon andI And daily life, with it scan ani seam; .
body broke down. As the She at him, and he knew he Of the living, Is only dream when th)shadow.fall.
end I
the desert There was a line of used that. At the of two days
CAPTAINSEDLEY. troops entered Savanna General Smed had trinm] bed. The great dark eyes The life I Martha Bonner. in Boston Globe.PITH .
giving, mountains twenty-five and I came to the conclusion that Waer wasdead
ley fell forard upon hishorse's were wet w.th tears; a faint smile lingered mie away I
neck. He was lifted to the about her mouth. Her he:id was laid 1' Of the precious rain. expected to find water some of the I and decided to return to the last

ground, and one of the surgens made a upon his shoulder. She did Lot repel his John Sjolander, in Galveston News. cannons. The horses began to groan i. watering place we had left. I wrote two AND POINT.

S prompt examination. He shook his head. caresses. after a bit. I never heard pitiful a notes and left them on the seat of the _
"What we al feared has happened now. In the holy silence of that moment IN THE DESERT. sound before, and I hope it the last wagon and then started out. I carried
Brain fever coming. I fear the worst neither observed that Sister Pauline, who i A man advertises his desire for
A Romance of the Civil and could not
for him." had summoned Isabel to this meeting,had time I ever hear it. too many things along, a and entirely ignorant of
entered at the door. With profound, "Then one of the horses held back. 1 travel fast "
War. His soldiers carried hm into large o.en } the fact. -Tid Bits.
white building set well back from I the astonishment that saintly woman regardedthe HE Arizona desert tried to lead him, but he dropped to his "The first day I made twelve mte I wonderful for
street, with many shade trees in front. significant tableau before her, and MpVI4 stretches from Tucson knees and then lay over on his side. I traveled at night, for the sun me "Bloggs "ability
S S then silently withdrew. She observed to Yuma, and was terrified, but I worked and got him dizzy. The next night I was beginning keeping out of trouble. "Good .

BY MAJ. JAMES F. FITTS.CILU'TEIt The beautiful Southern spring was well that night to some of the inmates of the A to the southard God up. hundred yards further on the : to get weak, and when I started 1 left !" "No; sprinter."-Washing
house that her hopes of Sister Isabel tnk-
advanced when consciousness returned I only knows how other horse lay down. So it went. my blanket under a bush in order t ton Star.
to him. The interval almost blank. ing the von were not strong a3 they
was a a
I far. It is a Then but.did not dare to burden. weariest, sorriest time
At different times there came to him a had been. gray night came, : lighten my Tedet beneath the sun
XVII-Conttnaed. vague consciousness that he was alive, The two reunited ones sat long by the c I wasteof sand, and stop. There was no question of grit at i "That night was a terrible one. My And all tempers out of chime

Doctor, I must get back into the serv although as helpless as if chained to the window, for there was. much to say- its few ragged mesquite all, only I knew that it wa either pushon supply of canned fruit gave out, and put a holiday i doneWub&.
ice." led, and that there was a somber- something of the pt>t, much more of the bushes and or lie down and die. I reached themountains : toward morning I crawled no less than Star.

"No, you mustn't." dressed woman with a wide white cap at mure. bey sat so long (for, alter what I OrQCqUeCadji3snakes before daybreak, but could four miles on my hands and knees, drag- Edna-"There's Flor weri3
-I tell I will! I can't bear this his bedside. But these glimpses of the she had seen Sister Pauline was careful
you vegetation only find no water. When the sun came upI gin; my things along with me. I was her last summer's hat with new trimming
idleness! and inactivity. Hundreds of truth came to him out of darkness and that they should not be disturbed again), .
men have been worse wounded than I, and confusion.It that the hour for dress parade came ou, what a picture is toa could not travel, for the heat made me searching for a 'nigger head,' the leaf of on it." Myrte-uye I reogiz it,

taken the field Again." was different now. Very weak, in- and the troops marched out to form for real landscape. so dizzy that I could not walk. I lay I. the cactus plant. About daybreak I it's the chip o the old '.

And helped fill a graveyard soon deed, he was, yet as he woke he could the exercise. One of the battalions came They say that even under a bush al day. found one. I shot several holes throughit Jester.
after." hear and understand, and these words into line just across the grounds from the and lizards cannot live there. "God, wanted water; just a and with the barrel of my rifle.broke Husband-"You say you've had that

"I don't care. I shall fret myself to came to him in the voices of a man and a window, but neither the music, the orders, Maybe because of the awful desolation spoonful, a drop. Several times duringthe leaf off. I cut pieces off wit my bonnet six months. Why, I've never

death here." woman not far away, whom he could not nor those the spectacle. drew the the parade attention was dismissed of and hideous dangers of this country the i day I tried to travel, but I could not, knife and chewed them. I got my seen it before." Wife-"! know it. I
"You discontented devil!
can't you uneasy be satisfied, with what you've Why see."He will recover, then?" and the companies hid gore, the story is believed that somewhere beyond I for the desert and the sky whirled before full of thorns, but I did not mind that only wear i t church."-New York

done and suffered Already?" "The chances all favor it now. A band remained to play patriotic airs to the desert there is gold more than would me, and down I'd go. About sundown There was moisture in the fleshy leaf, Herald.

"I can't-that's all. will you help me month ago it did not seem possible, but the assembled people, and presently a make a whole Nation rich. Is it a relic I blood be an to ooze from the nostrils of and it seemed to allay my thirst. He-"Hare you heard!" She-

to get back into the service I believe he has rounded the turn. His magnificent burst of the "StarSpangledBanner" of the superstition of tho time when I one of the horses, and he soon clied. "Dunngthe day I remained near the "What!" He-"Miss Spinster i goingto

, "How?" far enough off from health; indeed, broke in upon the lowspokenwords bead les men fire-breathing dragons Then the other one went the same way, nigger bead. Toward evening I i be She-"Oh, yes, I've

"Write me"a certificate that I am fit for vigorous health he can never have again, checked of the two by half-uttered the window.He sentence. were thought to guard treasures that and I was alone in the desert. myself upright with the help drgg! heard mae.tht eer since I can remember."
active after that wound followed this attack ;
daiy. by hs
their The music meu always believe gold is most plentiful "Fortunately the lay of the land was mesquite bush' and all around I le.Up.
: "I'll be if I do! I can lie, but not on the heels of exposures and I eyes inspiring looke
;, as bad as that." fatigues in the field that would have: shook the air with its grand melody.His where thirst and death threaten? familiar to me. I knew the Gila River hoping to see something living. My gaze do you say Charles
"Do tie best you can." killed nine men out of ten in his condi- I look was hal doubtful, but there A few days ago two men came backto was not more than forty miles from me, was arrested by a line of low hills on the I Penelop"Wy glass!" Perdita

. The Doctor seized a pen, and in considerable tion; yet w th proper care I think he will was a smile on Tucson out of the desert. They found and as I had traveled nearly that far from southern horizon."I "Because lke can draw him out, see right

; Y irritation scratched oil the following be up and about again" and enjoy some "I"I hope have you wi with not hate hatreds that, he id De gold and they are gaunt and fever Van Horn, I determined to make the was startled by their resemblance through him, and when I am tired of him

I and put his name and rank to it: years of existence. Charles she wasted, but they came back alive and river. If I went back to him without to a man's face. It seemed to be turned shut him "-Brooklyn
h-tlles Smedley, late Lieutenant The voices were lost to him; he closed repledPerhaps up. Lie.
Colonel of the Tennessee Mountain Battalion his eyes in sleep. A soft hand was'on ventured, "for my they are thankful for that. J. A. Van water I knew It would be all up with dIrecty' toward the sun. I was weak Uncle Andre ( his nephew)-"You
sake for sake if will Horn and Martin Waer. both of Tucson both both. He live until I and I almost fainted when I t
i was badly wounded before Vicks- his forehead when he awoke. The visionof -only my you -you might got dizzy, should modest child."
;. burg, :May 22, and discharged on that a bomber dress, the wide white cap can learn to love that air-just a little.O City, are the men. They knew what help. So away I went: my head was saw the features change before my eyes. ahal b thought, my that matter
; account. lIe is to fur lecoveied that he surrounding a pale, sweet face was ovex And she? In that one moment she repaid they were undertaking, for they have light, and things swam before me, but I The corner of the mouth seemed to turn Nephew
; can walk and ride, but his is a case where him. him for years of pride and severity. been on the desert before, but, with all made good I removed and the eyes wrinkled. I knew I was over, uncle. There i just one objection
every up
i lete is He "! he Because she placed her arms about his progress. modesty-people apt to take you/-
; comj) recovery impossible. sa el" whispered. their precautions and experience their / t ar '
stitch of with the mad. Madness comes before
clothing going
nrck, because she smiled theh my I
I foolishly desires to re-enttr the service.If "Do talk, she said, "you are too through your own valuation. -Figero.
he does, the aud fatigue of weak." ppy tears that she cared not to restrain, bones would have made another patch of of my shoes, and started out. I did not death on the desert, you know. I stared m

, active duly eXIosure even if her "Just a little," he pleaded. "Will you and because she whispered in his ear: white on the sand but for the iron stop one moment, but kept right on. I at the hills. The great face was distorted I Summer was late this ye but it came

,.... should escape another bullet." stay: with me? Wi you not be gone whenI lear Charles.! for your sake-for its strength and endurance of the younger did not think of getting tired. I was with a hideous grin. I thought a at last. A dealer in house fuelnot having .

-., The irate Surgeon threw down his pen, akeu aga u? ov\n sake-I" trust you can teach me to man, 'Vaer.About crazy for water. I was two o'clock in malignant giant was laughing at my suf :I been able t clear out his stock,

shed over the paper to Smedley, and "Th s is my home," she saidI shall love it well. the middle of May Van Horn the when reached the river.I ferings. I knew I was crazy, and I heldon posted on his the following notice:.

row led: not k ave it.. [THE. EN.] and Waer decided to take a trip down to i: drank morning and thanked Go J. It was the to the mesquite bush let I should|, "Good fire-wood for the summer season,
"Ah God be Tell of the -
There that for praised me
is strong enough out little
Sonora for the of giving very
?" war.. "KEEPING COMPANY." purpose obtaining a sweetest water thatcvcrtouchsd my lips. run out on the desert shrieking and dash

you The Rubjpct of this brief nnd pointed is ended. Lee and Johnston have bond on a mine. They had heard of "After drinking all I dared, though I my brains out against a rock. The horror geant Illustre.

statemeut perused it, nnd quietly sail: "I surenlered 2<>ow I will talk no Sweet homely so often spoke some rich mines in the mountains neai felt as if I could drink the river dry, I of it all drove the dizziness from my |I Vltor-"Tt is a very intelligent

"Doctor, plense add ujdeine some- mOle \ iou, you must rest." Among the kindly phrase folk, the line on the American side, and they put on my clothes, filled my canteen, and brain. Then in au instant I saw that the looking man; his insanity doubtful
thing like tLis: *}Ir. Smodley his lead SIn country decided that, after getting on the starttd for a ranch house a little way up grin was simply a ravine i the hills Asylum Attendant-"Oh, no; his case

. : the al-o\e. and still insi>ts on applyingfor the two months that followed, until When youthful love they smile t see mine in Sonora, they would continue the river. It belonged to a Mexican. I which the sun made prominent, and the .hopeless. His hobby i a patent thermometer

reinstatement and" active service.' he was well enough to sit by the windowin 'These two are 'keeping company..'' their journey to these mountains, to see asked him for the use of horses anda wrinkles about the eyes were caused by that will agree with the Gov-
"Well 1'111e the Doctor iuvnl d chair ho often her
laughed an saw at
In fuller and in higher sense, for themselves whether not the weather forecasta.-Kata
or eminent
4 as hs mood changed. "You're a tromp, his bedside; sometimes she exchanged a reports wagon to go for Van Horn. He told the same combination of light.
anyway. Write out your application and few commonplace words with him. list Through )'ear of rich experience, circulated were true. me that his horses were not fit for the "It was a relief to know I was sane. Field's Wuhigta

y.. I'll take it to our General here mvself. lace was ulways gente; now and loveliei Dear love, 'tis true of you and me- They left this city on May 22d, at two trip, that they would die before they "Along about two o'clock in the morning "No, said a citizen, when asked i

i, If you're bouud to see it out, even if you than e\'e1 he thought, for hiving: lost its We've kept each other company. o'clock on Sunday morning, in a light had gone half way, but that there was a I heard a peculiar noise. I roused be would contribute anything t the relief -

go under yourself, I suppose: I might as occasional haughtiness. But she always In joy we've sought each other's eyes wagon drawn by two good horses. lanch about eight miles further on, and myself and listened. It sounded like a cf the flood sufferers, "I don't tinkI

2 'Well The help plication aloug with was it. duly forwardel, avo.ded unanswered.explanations, and left his questions To share the gladness and surprise. They had two kegs of water with them- the man there might assist me. mule braying. I fired my rifle, but her will." "Can't afford it, eh!" "It !

ten gallons for the horses and five for "I ran as fast as I could for I knew nothing more. I fired again. that but the last time I
and all that fall, while Smedley anxiou ly Now, after the male attendants had In pain, life's utmost test of ill, I I gave something
waited, it slowly ascended the official dressed him, put on his gown and slip Our have clung together still. themselves. They carried an abundanceof that every moment counted. The fellow heard a shot. Again I fired, and that I for charity one of the spelled my
channels to Washington, being M ell- pers, and placed h m in the chair by the hear provisions, including a good supplyof would not do anything, but pointed out time there was another shot and Waer name wrong."- ppr Chronicle- 0
scored on the back. as it piogressed with window, he said: In absencewort with anguish fraught. canned goods. They went from Tucson another ranch hcuse about three miles hallooed. I was not so far gone that I Telegraph.

indorsements. One day in the following "I want to see her." We have kept company in thought, to a mining camp knv: as Quijo- up the road, and told me that he thought could not recognize his voice. I raised
before elevation to the
.; February the applicant received a noteS "Who is it? And learned that leagues of distance. may toa, and from there they proceeded to the Mexicans living there would help me.I mysel on my elbows and tried to reply, Shortly h
bench certain entered Continental
requesting him to call at headquarters."The "Miss Montford. a judge a
Serve but spur love on its way. Souoita, a small village on the Sonoita saw that this man, after hearing about was too weak. I remember saying I,
Washington people ha\e returned "We call her Sister Isabel, said one ol hoiel l, and asked who was staying
your application, Smedley," said they the women. "I will cal her." In death-I pause with bated breath River, in Sonora, near the line. They Van Horn was sure he was dead, but did something, but what I don't know. I Among others the "Duke of

Adjutant, with a queer look.:"Here it is.Reject ." She came and sat him, composed Before the D'ster of death! experienced no difficulty in reachingthis not like to tell me so. it little bit Waer was by my side. If i ter.was He slipped a
-- ell, I suppose," remarked the and quiet. point, and after remaining over "When they heard my story at this had not been for my gun I would not i meotone. the headwaiter
Yet of
love is I to know
other, dolefull)'. "You have saved my life again," he great seem night they made their way to I place last place, however, they at once hitched alive. God bless that little gun 1" sovereign it te hd
Look at it nnd see." said. "I heard, one day, what the Doctor That where thou gooft I shall go; ad me aUh
called which is situatedon whpre
Quita Vocquita, two mules to a wagon and also saddledtwo Van Horn is quite weak yet, but will I "
Beginning at the of the first fold told table next of
top in
And God's
you. great eternityOur Blal 1
he ran his down to the of her hand. She with the line between Arizona and Sonora. horses. Two of us rode the ani- be about in a week or s. Waer, who
eye over top He sought clasp souls shall still keep company. the evening he found that was placed
the text fold, and down again. Everywhere drew it. Then they went into the wilderness to mals while one drove the mules attached remained behind to attend to shippingthe ,. It other end of the room from the

be read Approved with flatteringand "I wish you she said. "Heaven look for the gold. They had to cross I to the wagon. I was the fifth day afterI wag.>n home, reached Tucson yes I t th and called head waiter to ex
complimentary remarks, signed by gives )OU wel; be thankful for it." THE clerks of the Grand Hotel in San El This, the approach to the Gardenof left Van Horn. We started 1 the terday. He locks little the worse for the "Well th the official

names well known to him. Keu the end Sometimes, since last we met I have Francisco, says that the most cheerfulman Hell. They were aware that they morning and reached the wagon at 1 trip.-San Francisco Examiner. plain. .i rple ,
: his breath was nearly taken away as he thought that life w.is LO boon. At least, that ever stayed there was )[ Dow. : had not water enough to make the trip, o'clock. Ob, the Inxury of that ride I It -_ __- *;' "the fact is that gave me two

rend the following: 1 have been c Ireless of mine; more careless ling of Minneapolis, recently a guest, and but they had been on the desert before was hot and and horse's gait To Improve the Skiu. sovereigns to put you a fa from him a
dusty, my "
.; "Emphatically] approved. Colonel Smed- than if _" he had $600 worth of wooden and I possible. -Tit-Bits.
ley's lecord is well known to me. running you leg and knew a water hole at the base of El was not the easiest in the world, but the There are certain things which should
A swift color came to .her cheek; her arms. He wore them all :
. I back as far as tho Mexican! : war. It is of eyes warned him to desist. out them he would himsel., appear. Tula Mountains. They would be a few awful thirst was not there and I was not be attended to'in the preservation n of a Made IfI.i Blood Ban Cold. \
% : the very I est. As for his physical condition "Well," he said -nith anger, "let that ances have made much of a al showing.Set hour out of water, but that is nothing alone. As we rode over a patch I hadtraverEecl.foot good complexion; they may seem simple

;,:. -if he think he can stand more service go, if you will not hear it. Mar I ask on his high cork legs, however, when gold lies beyond.So the day before it seemed in themselves, and for that reason "I've been in many tight quarters*
he can, matter what the doctors up
. say. lIe is competent no : and fit to be a Brigadier you if YOU are a member" of a lelgloushoule and with his arms pieced out with* the : they drove over El Tula, past the impossible that I had been so long and are frequently neglected; but if carefully said a wel.know rounder the other

and I recommend him accordingly. as you seem to be? same material, he would burst into the I hundreds of rocky mounds-each showing suffered so much. borne in mind and attended to, it evening, never was scared but

:i"W.-" T. SlIElaUXli.: G." soon"Xot shall.yet; Tbe I have world taken has become no vows a,desert but hotel like a ray of light on a dark, cloudy where a gold seeker had lain downto "Van Horn ;a not there. On the would be wonderful to many how their once. Of course I don't mean t say that

4 Under this he read: to we, since all it had for me was day. lie was the victim of one of the die of thirst and madness-and ou to wagon seat were two notes written by complexion would improve-and how I have Dot been frightened a little at

"Approved: U. S. GRAXT, :il. G. C." taken away. I c.irne here directly from playful blizzards of :Minnesota. When where the unburied skeletons dot the Van Horn. One was addressed to me, few realty unsightly skins there a i times, but I have been scaredthor.oughly

.. \Vhy Chailes heavens Smedley turned ea-tn pale" and faint. Vicksburg; I brought these good sister it was over and he was gathered up'from road. When men get a far a thli they stating that he had come to the con- this world I We may risk enumerating scared-just once. At the time

: "what does, all this and mean?" he gasped, some of my wealth; the secusion of this the snow it was difficult to tell what have no time to bury others. But Van clusion that I had perishe.l and that he them, though we may be laughed at by I was'ply by fright. I could not

: 1 "It means that'ou'\'e made a bigger fig- place, in a time of me; I pieces would withstand the allurements Horn and Waer had seen mounds and had decided to try to7"reach the last those who think they know all about it, have or have uttered a

q'. tire than you thought.icplied the Adju liked their way of life, their blessed way of the gravedigger. Some of him survived skeletons before, and it gave them no place where he had got water. The but have never really and seriously given word t save my life. A few years agoI

unto "At any rate, they know you; and of doing hen good alter., their I certainty to of res one ana 'however' and then he set aboutto anxiety that' their ater kegs went dry other one directed what should be them a trial. Tho means proposed a over t the grounds of the Chicago

.1 Uncle Billy has had his way, as usual. of peace them; and in the expect meat me they are so see what he could do. Both leg even earlier than they expected, and all done with the wagon. Oae of the cleanliness, attention to the general Driving Park Association-now

Here's something will interest you. General good as to let me wear their garb, and to off close to his body. His day they traveled without water, and Mexicans stayed with the wagon. With health, avoidance .of great alterations of Garfield Park-one Sunday afternoon t

)ou."Smedley, tllow me to congratulate cal me 'Sister Isabel.' was gone, and all he had remaining was very thirsty they were before they the other I took up Van Horn's temperature, exercise, light, air, food, look a some hones stabled there. My
t ? handed him a rolled parchment. closely scanned her face as she the smallest stump of the thumb on while reached the rising gIound that hid the trail. For twelve miles we followed it clothing, irritants of the skin, and only companion was my four-yw-old little .

yiHa trembling fingers Smedlev openedit spoke. It wasraqui serious still; yet right hand. He practised for a boots water hole. without finding any trace but his foot avoidance of any undue strain on the I I gL At the park I met Phil Oilman,
did he mistake was thera not the least walking with the heavy leathern
and found himself commissioned by quality" of unsteadiness- in her voice? which everybody has seen legless men At last they were there. They broke prints in the sand. It was awful. Unless skin.Let the for n- Pate, of St. Louis.

Brigadier the; President General of the United States as a "You are not Sister Isabel to me," he wear. Finally he raised enough money through the thick clump of mesquitethat Van Horn had reached water he had been us begin with c1eaulne. Choose Oilman m the horses he was
of Volunteers. Now have marked the water for miles. without to drink for five a good and handling, and at last took me over see '
said. "You never cnn be. jon to buy cork extremities. Mr. Dowling only anything days.I soap a a you can t
CUAITHU XVIII. told me what has befallen yon. 1 am not likes a joke, and when stopped on the They stood on the edge and looked, Van dreaded to look ahead, lest I shouldsee get it, and bathe once a day, using cold Conkling, a man eating stallion wat

REST BY THE SEA. satisfied. I a5k you, as I asked you once street in San Francisco and importuned Horn and Waer side by side and behind him dead there. At last we found or warm water, as you find it agrees with I I on of the most vicious animate I 8'e

thrilled Again in with the service! Charles Smedley before-is that all?" for arms by men with one leg, or arm, them the quivering horses, with their his blanket.: Fifteen miles! further on you best. The question of soaps and saw. No one dared t enter h stall;
renewe I life Le is due to
command of the brig da as of veteran took I ask"No. Something more forgiveness.j'ou." or both legs or arms gone, would immediately hot, inflamed nostrils. At the bottomof night overtook us. We did not dare goon bath is too long to enter into here, but I I personally I.would about a soon have

lsorthwe. >tern soldiers to which he had "For your what padon-your? take them to restaurants and the natural tank was a patch of cake I for fear of losing the trail. The moon perhaps it would form a interestingpaper attempted t rept Dniel. lion-taming "

been assigned, and first led them nt lleaca. "For my severity toward you. I fan load: them up with a big dinner, all the :I cracked yellow earth. The water hold rose in a couple of hour and we pushed some day. We wi content our experience ut h'e bn fore into

The soldiei's life, thesoldier's cied my pude was humble, my spit time listening to their tale of mfortunc :,j was dry on. We did not speak much as we went selves by illustrating management ofadellcate close quarters'with tht was

I L duty Be were all that were left to Lira now. subdued, by the berea\ements I had with the greatest interest. it was The men knew of another water hole along. My mind was full of my unfortunate part like the face. First busily discussing matters with- Oil

{L... one sometimes thinks thought Isabel, but only fered, the horrors I had seen. It was notso. all over his face would lghten and, seven or eight miles further on around partner,and the Mexican respected make a free lather on clean hnd not man wb saw him suddenly grow pale,
of some Ion3-va isue JOT, I as before.I .
I i t some dear, lost face. Any hope for the would was not arrogant brook contradiction; I was much to their the mountain. It was sunset, but there my silence. on any flannel, glove, or twel; rb it gasp and lean' against a post

.; f future? "Ith which[ the was associated was not willing that you or any other shouI begin shucking his leg arms of, expos-which wa nothing to do but make the other "We were plodding along at 2 o'clockin well into the face, and wash it off with for support. Instantly I turned toward

s; } now utterlydead_ As men look back to have a judgment about the ing the hypocritical time hewould tank. So they urged the wretched I I the morning when I heard a noise.It tepid water, of which there should be a Conkling's l1 My little one h
At the
:! derive a sad species of enjoyment from Americans, of Mississippians, in the crisis they were he would same be if he horses on. For two miles the wagon sounde like the report of a ride av$ yoff. large quantity in the basin, for if thereis crawled te bars and entered
recollection how
I.)' their of 'What was once within wo Were in, if it din'cred from mine. tell glad with and ground its way through the sand. fred two shots from my revolverand much free alkali in the soap used.this .t a when my eyes first beheld her
reach, but which they never can Therefore, while I wished you to recover was only as well supplied leg will thus be and the .nose and
possess, this man He would tell Slowly they wenf, and more flowlyand an answering shot came back, and I thoroughly diutJ 1 wa patting m-tr'
at times said to him of wounds, I tried to harden my arms as they were.
Belt that it was much to hate. touched jour toward you on account of the them to brace up, take heart, and begin at last the horses stopped and would pull herd a bullet whistle over onr heads. wi not injure the fac. Finally wash saying *Fitty h, p'ittj horsey//

Isabel Montford's hand, to have heard spit in which you received them. I learning something useful to support on more. They unharnessed the horses "We found Van Horn lying in an fs.is in clean, cold wae. This h1 the w licking her face tJ

' her speak to him not unkindly, to have would not hear you; I left yon i bitterness themselves. Mr. Dowling cannot use a and Waer went on leading them while arroyo under a mesquite bush. When I bra up the muscles of and 'ad rubbing his nose against h.

I 1 seen her smile. He was once sentimental almost in anger. I told you I cane, because he cannot hold one. There Van Horn waited in the wagon unt his reached him he : 'Oh, God, act a a tonic. I a person's face can "It any man had offered ui'e :

*\. enough to write her name upon tapers would not judge you, because you had fore without aid he is forced to make companion should come back the I did not whpr se you alive; I not stand the water t begin if I W3UldaSk font I cu not hue,
, jX.: ..with the stanza underneath: suffered; and I did judge you. harshlyand do it well expct it gradually made colder. wt uttered a word. .At, of a
",, his way. He has learned to so I horses refreshed and water for him. So thought you dead. He asked for may b h. "
do her what I have e
there I was wrong; .
Fat jy. 'orst a moments of angh'has. me of it. These that he.can outrun any able-bodied man. Waereft him, and with his canteen and water. I gave him a little at a time. I of a very delicate skin, if the soap minute, which seemed an :age the c

in the rast that Eb cannot destroy blessed women persuaded prayed for both sides; however sklu he maybe who wi hop thc hordes passed out of his sight. Van built a fire and made him some cofee.He not at fault, the best way i to 'a teaspoonful toddled b t t b.crwle'ude "c ji

WMch come in the night-time of sorrow they tiught me that there is go'everywl'.ro while he He h ler d grasp Horn crawled under the wagon to wait drank no less than six cupfuls a. of sal volatile. a few drops of them ad ran up ,
4I. ,AM care, an ,' that then is no and a pen or pencil with small stump of in the shade for his return. gallon and a half of water. He then spirits of ammonia in 'a quart ,of distilled I remember waa.Oilman's throwing 'cold M

bring.back the features. that joy used t that-God would bring this fraternal strifeto a thumb, and he writes a beautiful hand 1 Niirht came and Waer did not* come_ began to feel better. water.-Cassell's Family Magazine. .wateria. my tact.? Chicago_MajJ.:?"
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S AT- 'rnyint-ot: fit tafca. Ibc JegtsUHire was The paliticnl skuirVm up .a this f.r- spent$1154erighteaing. and rmsLDC ,

; 'T u.B&&DFOHD COUNTY .K/jORIpA forced to the neccssMy />f mating the payI away country appears atom as at home i ,-
I The New York Central will build some < "
S -- I I ment ol the pull Us prerequisite to the Michigan "UlI'a. to l lie counted as a J!
.5 I.C.WEBB. I mammoth car shops just out of Buffalo I
E4Itor&ndpu2lsher. I'. right It ; 'te. Suit it i* right for every solid npttblimn slate, baa placed herself and the name of the place will be Depew. }

ST citizen to pay iliU uy any wa,'. bemuse in the democratic r&oit. and the last legislature i Thomas Robert;, of Baltimore,claims to Wholesale and Retail Dealers in j 1
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$ U.OO A EAU.li .
'lit g't-s itao Lc 6cLc,J fund and is used was controlled by thai party. be the inventor of a smokeless (engine .

t-xclusi\iIy for t-cliicaliug the children of The republicans have their stale ticket in which will movie .Along the rails noiselessly I
Holered According to Act ('ogrr"a inMsPostOfre.Siark.FZa.aa&zspd .
f and can be used as a street car motor.
;I all). aod in tis way cyery one get tbeItLmfit he field, while the democrats will hold I Newark, N. J., has over 100 railroad General Merchandise iST..ARKE

...' S cJLtu Matter.. of ,1, n- rlll-d. |Jfl iLcalmpe! of their state .cuavcntjon 'in this city next crossings at grade with the streets of the ,

;:: 1 better cducalion fur lie rising general ion: week. city and a mo\"ement)3 on foot to elevate -.
g THE TICKET. ansi when crupktiritb tbe right vote, The probabilities are that they will too tracks above the grade of the streets. -

manhood in have harmonious convention as nm The shortest railway in Great Britaic
f as
For Prc c<1ent: any man who hns n speck <* Staple antI Fancy
: 0ROVEK CLEYELAKO. Uhn wril 1 pay the tax 'and exercise he exalted own late Tampa con\"t ntlIjD. Tte democrats worked by an independent company is the Groceries
Easinjjwold line, which runs from Aloe to
For Vice-l'rr I lciit: privilege of an American citizen. ate: jn higii isther; they expect to Eas Do'"Wotd.2i miles. It cost$ .000. Its Any conceivable article. -5;

S "S -S A. E. STEYEKSOX."ii TUe man. who waite for the executive carry the entire state again democratic revenue is about $ :per week. POWDER
SS committee of any pulittctry to pay This is a democratic city and I may say. In the tnited States the Marine railway. Any kipd

$ ; For Governor; JJi* poll IU, ells Ins vote tn tbat party. as handsome a city as 1 ever had the which runs from Manhattan beach to Absolutely Pure Feed, Hay, for Live Stock.
; L. MITCHELL. beach. L. I. distance of less
OEXRY Brighton ,
and i he mar, who nails fur some cafididaie pleasure visiting /Jo not know if its .
t than one-third of mile Is the shortest of
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: 'f.. For ,I1SUce8npTff..e Couit: to py bis poll) lax, sells bis vote to politics has anything to do with Jliat or road. It U only in operation four months all A in cream leavening of tarter strength.baking-pow-ler.Latftt V.Highest S Qotmment Goods Largest .

It FEN WICK TAYfXL} that candidate. Ant mag wjjo appreciates ia the year.Samuel food Report. Dry Millinery, Stock
.' notThere ROYAL BAXMM POVDES Co.. 100 Wall St., X. Y. in tows.
"fl': For Secretary of :atc; bis political liberty, and the freedom are a few third partyites here. Skelding.After /orty-six years'

} of high-born American citizenship will and tlv)have an official organ but they experience as a conductor on Michigan "k And Furnishing Goods, all styles, sizes and pita
; has left active service
Central railroad 01
: .. T ".'' pay his poll tax and walk up to (the polls4cnd do not cut DMcb sf 3 urc. on STARKE DRUG COMP'Y o lng and
the track and will now employ himself in Call satisfy yourself.
L' For AUowj-Gci.er; -tC vllli, iyeJlin,;de in the cx- This city is entirely given over to horse railroad work less exacting and better I I

1 ; ... ::. ;.. WILLIAM C. LAUAft.For ercic of the franchise and vote ]lite a racing this week: all the famous racing suited to his jejirs. i II Is now located next to the Post For Firmtrs. Builders. Phosphate lliaen tsd

r}:: .S Comptroller: gentleman. UOCK inhere and large sums of money is The railroad from Colon to Panama H ar d ware
I Office where tlie public can find a also btores, llanges. Cocking UteasHt. >de.F
-- the isthmus is only forty-seven miles ,
: _. WILLIAM D. LOXIlA 1. c being lust and made on them. The stakes across .

: :1It The Nominee average f .$QO to ,,W) on each race.Some long yet until recently the charge of full, clean suck of fresh To suit ?ny t4.te and any pocket. aI : .
L. For Treasurrr: Che ticket nominated by the dcmr'craticcnvent3onof transportation of passengers was twenty- : tiriaitiire
of these horses ;tre valued. as high five dollars is American gold. Baggage if
-: ] t.h..county.. for the legisla kinds of other Houe Furnistinr Good*
i' as $ OOOO. charged (or at the rate of five cents per I DRUGS,

(:S "ror Superintendent Pnb'ic InstructioY. tvre. last wee is one tia must commend The weather is very chaste-able; one : pound. I ."

!':: :: \ Jf. SJIEATS. itself favorably to all intelligent and right day it ic hoi enough to boil the very blood The general manager of the Grand 3JiDJCINBS and

and will to be Trunk road has issued.in jorder to the effect -
: thinking men. Irove a LOWEST PRICES I-
: For Commissioner of Agriculture: in one's veins, and the next is dump and BEST GOODS
shall smoke
t that a brakeman not on TOILET ARTICLES,
S strong one before the people.
LUCIUS B. WOMB WELL. chilly and a light o .rcoeJeels comfort- duty or at any time when wearing his uniform -I ,

)lr. M. Jj. MrKinncjnominee for.tie able.! Floridians may well eel l grateful ; they shall not enter into or occupy I SPECTACLES TReSSES. etc.

f; 5; :.,-_ Presidential: Electors: slate senate. long known to tbe people of that they have a climate unsurpassed in the same seat with'a passenger, and must I II

..,. T. )t. SHACKELFORI, this county in Lio bpanese rc-UUons, is a the world. I remove their hats when passing through A The Pa-scription department is under
< B..B. BLACKWELL.A. dining car or the car of officials. FOR YOUR STYLISH A I TURNOUT 4 :
of and
>. man good sense strong judgment At one place where we have visited an ;. the immediate control of iln- n. IL
and josses uu intelligent conception of epidemic of diph'cria drove us away and NOTABLE FIRST EVENTS. ,JOINER who has had 20 years* experience

t W. X. THOMPSON.L the needs of his people has the of
courage All and
presetipliona carefully accurately HORSES
j out of the first four cases two deaths oc Handkerchiefs were first manufacturedat SADDLE -

: for Copgressman Second District : bis convictions and will come up to the curred. and there are several cases of la Paisley in ;- fi1cllllar! or night. Store ptc 8undi\J ,

l "; CHARLES }1. COOPER. fpH measure U :liis ioaDator l.l duties in a from I :::44 >. in. lit :3.S it I p. n. "
be heard made i
grippe to of. This city. however Linen was first in England in 1253

.'S. For State Senator. 15Ui District: bruve and manly nay. lie was nominated seem to be very healthy.All and only worn by the luxurious.The Starke, Fla., For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Riding, :.,2:, '

.. 31. L. McKINNEY. by acclamation. of those who can do so go to the first idea of electricity was given by __ ___n___ ____ _Ii1ch__. ;
John L. Gaskins. nominee for representative the friction of two globes of quicksilver in aIl.d
S For the House of Representatives: various summer resorts ou Like Michigan Election Notitc.WHEREAS. -

L. GASK1NS and E. P. WARD. to the lower house. has been on and spend the hot / season.I record of The legL-Jaiure <> 1M1. IUttll"r the TEAMING OF TO
: The first a judge's salary gives
missions before ted. tried and .. ,
.-_ ese ; tru constitution of i3. of In- *-tn'- ( Florida. dlint > _
: im glullo FCC by the TELLGRAPH j:13-1 13s. 4d. as the stipend of Thomas L"oom"nr
.t S In the report of the peopl 11 party found true, the people knew their man I that the third party folks are scuttled and Littleton, judge of the king's bench 1466. O&l'tljc'to the&.fl-tjTtl olutioii ion of the po.piriiian stai e of Hruip.. .

f speaking{ at Live Oak on the 12tb and he was nominated by acclamation. And the".in e "ac a.rrr.l 0. liv a \'J'.e thn-- J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Stables.
that Bradford pill her usual The first striking clock was imported :
r.,11J' fifths 9f tlw ji; -nih 'rfl f-e If ill t., it. is said that "Baskin referred E. P. Ward nominated for representative democratic vo'cs! Hits i&to Europe by the_persi&na about the the rote on *avj.ini ri-otufn wa I"a.tt'h-olup
S to the executive committee f"iI.I. D. 800L It on thwr n-f'(1lh. ,iimal .itli ti,r yeaan.. and Saddles. Expert Drirers. Draft
f. negro to the lower bouse comes from the C. \VEBB. year A. was, brought as a present nays th(."'.". 81..1 liu-y did ilct rmine AIM] rfirwr Fine Horses, Carriages

S. ;nan of his party and aid that he honest yeomanry of the hind; he is a successful to Charlemagne Abdella. king of that the Ni>l j.>r.r olutioii '*- ..(.l tr>tb- Animals and Vehicles for any kind of Hauling.
: -" pf him and that Persia, by two monks of Jerusalem.The electors fUfS.aleat ilif jrcuerel .'>.:i<'! !. 10
proUd they farmer a true of that sturdy Mr. F*. E. JuliusSpeaks.. each ni Kfc ri.la..next .
type first record we have of coal is about I held in countv GOOD STABLING AND FEED FOR TOrn HORSES. LOW .j j(1IIAIWES.
him there.1f ; tht- first Mo.
t'H goijig to keep On Tes4ay. '*> tiliii2 dar in
I class of men of whom the wprld would be Starke. FLi. Aug. 18, 1S92. .
:300 years before the Christian era. Coal :-. --!-. liaf..nr PROMPT ATTENDANCE.STABLES .
belter. tfrp there pmre of them; of strong Editor T.UGIlAPU-\S the report is was used as fuel in England as early as the Ulid TIWN1\y the 4th .1;) t>f tl f ai.! '
) third party men, instead of sit- i native and inflexible in beiug eircuUted that I am acting in bad .2. and in 12M the first charter to dig for October. Ttt-:s.ti-i; jns resolution ratals as t.4. OPPOSITE MOITT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY STARKE. FIX .

._ z \Al\i\] on the fence and talking about Intellect purpose faith with Mr. P. S. Crews in making the it was granted by Henry III to the inhabitants lows: AKTiri: I. .

cpetioD3 they! understand no betterS the pursuit of rifht the Icterest of the race fur bheriff at the coining election! pf NewcastJ -on-Tyna. Section i of ArtK-le X of tlwonstitut>n ic .
S people will! be safe in his bands. After having acted awhile as deputy under him. hereby ni .,ltil soasro n-atl is,....-t: 'Th.
;J1 docs the man in the moon, I desire to that before I l became Spectacles were first used in the latter exenipti pn.ti.>nl '..r ill Sectiou : i.t .Articled FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY. *
S S S U'nuUl give their chins a rest and do several ballotings bU nomination was say a candidate part of the Thirteenth century. There is of thoct/n'ritutioii of l-Vrx'a .l.all iuurr tiU '
for the office of sheriff I went to widow ant tl".fn who the inventor of
: ; inprc pioductive work, they wouldsoon made unanimous. Mr. Crews and asked 1 him if he in'ended DO certainty as was such exemption inthe (.ll,irinc |>rcijdni-. TTZ: FLORIDA TRU> KLINE. SHORT 1M, :
:'! make that $50 which of to run tor the office and be U Id me "his them, but the distinction is generally One.half theri-of to tli.- WHI.W. it there l.e To all points in South Middle and IWst Flonda. Mobile. New Orleans f nJ the Soutlavat
some Getting Desperate. claimed for Alessandro di Spina. who U a XV-KI(.Ranil tlw r>- n.nuii. half m Direct connections to all points >orth"t-t andNorti-east. Elegant new coaches. 11
S fliem think the government will give health was so bad that l.e could not attend said to have made some about 1283. the ilnl'l or chiMri-ii a,4 l Iu. or their Route from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of sleeper.
The amount of gall and cheek possessed to the office;'* and asked inc my reason for j.-K'h man if their party comes into by these third parlyites is startling as inquiring. \\ hen 11111.1 him "if i he was Pens were first used early in the Seventh >rf 'rparas wouM r"L..,'if nli! ;.. If M-rebe .f IIMEC.tIItInefleel Jane 12t 1892. :. ,.-
IJUwcr. nut going to run I would make the race" century. They were of course quills and ii"cl.ii Jl\\.1 s U i t nE.s-TEh: \ l>lN -- jS5opI.i1iaLv i-.- 1f
shall inure to ikwi.I..w.if there IK-
S show b!the charges they bring against exemption
., he said, "all right we will all support steel pens did not come into use until 1820 Do)will.a>provi.1nl in Sritk.n I i>f tl ixartK-f! If Feraaadma Ar 3.p C 4/ a : IVp 7waL_ Jack;sot TIL; .tre5epI. .
The S journal "Our Dumb Animals the democratic party, for broken prom you." I then proclaimed myself a candidate when the first gross of them was sold thfre I n.nri.Jow tlit-n 11.f".-irtzcj.a' ph.1 inureto :1"In aLT Callahan Ar 2T.p ';)3 S 44 p 7 33 aLT E&1dwiu 754pt201y -
wholesale for 4 7 4>. The quality of these ;hedJant.otlirpart. u illlli..n-- iItl pit Ji a LTlllTp J.u'k""n1'ip 2 & p ":1' r. 1123 a SSJaAr 1 ate Orj LT .n p l:iLT -
is"-s. when it is what and entered
its considered prom.ises ujn-n a canvass for the I.r 1 i". ;a, lilt a 944aAr LjTeOai43ialI23pAr -
ba'ing for aim.the prevention of inferior to that of those to.an-J sucti exeinptiuii fhall aipjy lo ail debts 93pIl.9pLv Baldwin pSlarfce a SlOp 80.. .
they are uu'ying. and which any man office. 1 continued !" act as deputy sheriff pens was greatly except a.i specified in s txt'on 1 of kaid article." 7pAr Lrll47aHavthorre -Ila. aArSuwaaneempgsLv ','"
S cruelty to animal, publishes a piclure" until \u 11. H9:. when Mr. J. B. for which we now pay fifteen cents a gross, Now therefore notice of such -nninnkm| 121 SZlpAr LT 1139.1Otra 3la !l1aro.Ur 3ladison JTIttp 115. ,.iJ1
in which a man, who is pushing of sense ought to know it l is impossiblefor Crews CAULto- UL- anti wanted to comedown The first glass window in England was U hereby piven.with the following Instructions: Ia( 2ZlpAr l.vlIOta 5 4Ia- MoottcHIo LT 320p 430LTl47p
SZia 510a I Tatahasaee j
S Any cn-tor deirrng to Tote at MfSi election 331 pAr L1't'rSpringsr.y pAr lep SI0..J/
a wheelbarrow up an incline, i is compelled : Ibem to perform. jf he would reflet in f-ivorof Mr. 1'. S. Crews and 1 1 one put up in an abbey about the year 680. in favor of tbes&id aml"ndlDt'nt.h.1U hare written 214 A :14pAr Ocala LyiOl3a I4s I 74ia 343 pAr QaiBejr l _a ,;.

to hold his nose in the air by one moment II is impossible for them to refused; shortly thereafter Mr. P. S. Glass windows however did not becomegeneral or printed on the same ballot on which the 7 or. p AT Humc'-sassa Lf'30 )]-OpArRi'e-r.Jul.rtiUIL..UUplJota: )t5141a
Crew hundred and u&mes of th? person or persons voted for for any M4pAr809a Lrtsbunc LTLT 5t.ala iplllOpAr Ly' SJ. Sfim2W 7
to and c1l'mlll'Cl for
came me as
a checkrein tied tQ his trouserbaml.'Hiis Issue $50 per capiu for circulation without llil: many years ofilce or fitRcrs at t.l election are smttet or : I.It,pAr TaTare 14a 1Op Ar Mobile LT l JO a
ruining the credit of the keys anti ch-char.Ctlme as deputy sheriff.. late as 157V tLo glass casements at Alnwick printed and on the same .ide thereof as such ip.\r Apopka LT ::. G1rip 742 a Ar XrwOrteans LT 533p
would be a severe }IJu&ishmelt government These are the facts and I Mibinii'to a fair castle, tLe Duko of Northumberland'sseat name are written or printed the wards For tht- VOa J'p.\r Orlando LT C>>a 313 p 11 lOa oAr bt.Lous LT 7ip
: fur a man; }'ctno more painful than and so depreciating! the purchasing power public if niv actions have nut been honor were regularly taken down when the Ameudment.'"and any ehrctor detortn? to \oteaaiui"t 330a 4t) pLv WiIdwootl LT GSaIOp.! 4 43 p Ar tTiicao IT 200p .
said amendment ha1l hare 5 15 DadeCity LT 73Ialp ltlD
written or A 615pAr t tt CtMBEILANDkOCTL
;hat daily inflicted on the poor horse of the circulating medium. that properly able. family was away from home. printed on such ballot UQ the Mde thereof above 6Ua 713pAr Plant Citr LT f") a Sl.p1-j- .t.-
vJ would have no fixed or determInable I am in the race lo the finish and prescribed,tbe words "Apun'the A nendnient sa .UpAr Taaip LT 5 3J a _|_ 60_ i_ _ _i _iiI_ 1_ I_
S- ise, if elected to faithfully dt htlr ELECTRIC SPARKS. I The rotes cast on this qm-stio"1 he caoTa 2 l>p Ar Waldo L1' 11.t a 4SOp 936aLT JaeboonTJe Ar SIOps2tpAr
,: : Much of the discontent among valu, and this is a promise made. merelyto I duties of the office of sheriff lIf l'rom-I sed and declaration and ret urn thereof hall be Gainesville Lstlfla 5o"pll7CaAr Ffrnandnva LT 130p 7Ma, e

:' -fanners throughout the countlyiloubi no catch voU-s. It is impossible to obtain county. KVKKKTT . The telephone in Japan is growing in made by board themspi-ctors.and by the ai-dby state can the Ta county>gmg board canvassing eappAr CWarKev LT ,7 30 a_ 530pAr Brunswick LTSOOa.i 4

- hats l>ccp caused by their own ;oans from for individuals ---- popularity. At Tokio there is a general in the same manner and at the times as rvtes cast i Trains on Southern division >4Te Arehr daily except Suodar. a3:40: p.m. for WiIJ1eo.a., .
government on familiarity with the instrument and its for persons for offices at aid election are required -i Early Bird pad E te Mine: leave Eagle mic daily except Snn b extravagant I"ing.rritc \vor-hip real estate produpts of the soil: because i'Dn. CaiiU be Cured uses, and even ia out of the districtsit by law to be canvassed declared and returned I intermediate .!otns. Train leaves Onedo sad Winter Part daily except Sondar- Leares OvM .. V
u of wraith, that'jHrxades all clashes J I liy liical application n<< thev cannot way Tiri attention of the sheriff ig called to the law al.idailv. at t* )am: Winter Part at 37a m. arT at OnaLnJo9am;Jeates OrtaaviodaQTat&
would be class and such is not unknown.The _
legislation, an t pm.arrlvirs'WinterPart523pmOTieJo6pn. .
reach the disease-l |M>rti'u of the ear. requinn;them to cause a notice of the said election -
4 : pauses poor people, with little backbone act of congress would be unconstitutional There !i. mil v one w.iv to cur deafn <* Poorman mine in the Cceur d'Alene to be published in II mrwvpaper printed in the Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati And Tampa and JoctsonvCle and Tucpai ami Jacbes," ,

and moial courage, to buy expensive and void. It is impossible for them to : and that is l II 3roiiMitutloiMl rem e-Ii't coal region will be operated altogether by county there be if no th paper.Te b<;imbtiched a pacer in in the the county county;and they if anl New Trains Orlcaiw.on the Feraandina and Cnrabert route leave Jacksonville aad {f't, ?

5! things that they wpll! onld II flaafPs is e..u.f l i.v A\\ iitiued con electricity. Using two dynamos of 150 horsepower shall cause at least fire copies of this notice to be except fcun.aj. Cosnect at Frrcandma for r ucni>*ss, Cumberland 15JaDd..1.kyJ Isi=i '.' 7'
lake charge of the railroads telegraph and dition of th Brnnswick. forming the Cuml>ertard rocte. and matrn connections nor Jtaeon.atlaata. ( -
mueniKt lining of the Kustachiaii each, operated by water power. po-ted in the most public places in the county.IS -
lo without because such may give telephone'compauies, on lw- : : tlll, When tin tube nets TESTIMONY \\WHEREOF hereunto nooea arid northern a::dre teni point 8. E.IIIT Iran leaves JactsonriUe S U a m.!akesCnb-
: them of being better government iuftun.l.u hive l The postmaster general of Great Britain set my band and have hereunto affixed the land rout conn'e (. LeaTs }emarwiina 5 p o. arrives SadrvtaTiHe 6 15 p m.cars PW1maa p4z
an-jappoarance heir because it would be unconstitutional riiiiiliingtnnn< orimperfect recently announced in the house of commons great seal I of Florida at : e. the Brunswick to Atlanta,and Atlanta, Ciacu&cu and Na hTOle.
j; off than they arc. There is no stop and that dare htMrinjr, -iul when it isentireIvolo that the telegraph service had dur- capital. this M day of Jute A. D. IfK. information see local agtnt. Ticket oGJtv SC W. Bar street conwr Hosan Depot foot atfloani.tnet.
something government not *** deafness i U the! result and nn- .
S ptrig extravagance when once begun JHnj1"* A. O. MacDonell, *a. P. & T..
,. attempt l-"i the inflammation can lie taken out ing the last official year produced a surplus P. S. (. Secretary of State. :. S. PIOkXIMJTON. Traffic Munajer.
t:: and the result is mortgages! and aeJ and HIM tij!. rR ifiri>l to; its normal condition for the first time since the introduction Sheriff of Bradford Coout). -'
: cumulating interest. A_ long as But 1 aII! lite! pronii es of these third par- I ;, hearing will\ l lie destroyed forever of the present rates in 18S3. July 1. Is9i-3iu

: .55 each conditions prevail ro form of tiles are not'i bul impps=;bl'ities; and I Niie..esuutofteii are eauWtl by ca- The development of the science of electricity Notice. SUMMER RATES.THE .

uttered simply for the sake of catchingvotes tirrhhih is uotliin hut an iufluneO has created a demand for very fine
J: government yet devised could bet. condition of tho micoii>< siirf.we Six months after date I will present my ac-
regardless of wires. The platinum wires in incandescent GEORGIA SOUTHERN: AND FLORIDA. R. H now ..f
: consequences. Again ""Ve will give One Ilundr l Dollars couuts and vouchers the lion Wm F. Maipbunt. preparing
,cr nm. ters., all the gall and'cheek of these third X1rt .. fur any f.ixeof(le1111"aii..l I hy catarrh lamps are drawn through sapphire county jud Bradford and state of FIoridu administrator
and the finest wires
;': I If the claims of the third pirtyUP" ites l' shown; in that nortfon ot them at ) that We cUIIt' .cur liv. taking I. are plates used, in many very delicate platinum and sensitive of the estate of John \V. Bu. hneU. deceased fur will shortly be placed on nta. :
r all's t'auirrh Cn Send for rirrnljrs .
r. final settlement and ask for Iio final discharge
; ;".; could be credited it might be lcaft who have gone out of the democratic I fre&I'*. J. ('liEEY & "0.. electrical instruments.The from said administration. This line is the shortest and fastest out of Florida, carrying the W 4 I -:

.r :' KUpp:wed 1 tI3t their; numbers were puly }tn this that Ihuy ad democrat i All drurgh4M,7k':_ __ Toledo, O. use of jewel points as cutters has May 27. ISC.-..6mdm A. W. EIDDLE.tmt"r. India mail to all p(ints west and north tit.. Traiu arrive: and depart r

I : formidable. Usually all new con were alders and abettors in all tbe evils Florida'. been increased by the invention of electrical from union depol! in Palatka and Maron. Connection mad with all lines.
Oranze Crop. appliances. The fine lines on the In the County Judges Court.! Bradford County in 31 aeon with the vestibule limited for the Carolinas Virginia and li
\crt. ire Q\'cr.realoiiK, and as these which they say have been brought on the All information (rom the orange belt of cylinders of the phonograph and the State of Florida. &
S By the Judge of said Court. east, nnd with through tJeepinir ear lines for resort in Tennessee Kentuekv -
fopls are converts, recently made country by the democratic party during Florida small steel but ,
point to a orange crop. At graphopboce are cut by pints, }.xerci-iinz probate jurbdicl ion.
-: .:: to a new doctrine, .it id reasonable to all these Jears just past; and now the some places the shortage is as high as 50 it has been ascertained that grit in the In the inatterof the FUj3TM.' of UtsolTt H-v"t anti l all points north and northwest. Sleeping car betweenPalat 'j

: : KMuniu that they are upt exceptions question arises ii lacy &d 9 of know that per cent. It is unquestionably that greatin paraffin injures the point anal causes thees-'atcuf tV. T. "'f'\ks.He Iiniiustratorof>inr r. York..I.x e v-cd.estate.liriiniKAS' filed. by and Maeon. Train's leave as follows: Pjlatka, 5 40 a. m. and 8 15 p. lit .

-' the rule and that. their cal ragged lii.es. ; W. TVt..-U-. trat of Hampton 6 51 a. in. and 9 37 take & aid "
to $ on f- the policy was wrong whilst it was being a few potions yf the Mate but the ( [ > <>r 1' in., City, 03 a. m. 10 55 p.n
genera if the of Henry of ..:
A recent improvement in arc light >state .VorL.i*te -
.; fURS their judgment in estimating carried into fleet t. and made no protest decrease will hardly pass 33 per consists of a wire cloth containing pencils no ford count.State of Flo iol.. j\*a cd.. has tliU A. P. K .'PP, Traffic Manager ,nES JIKSXIFS, .Aft.im .
: heir numbers. At Live Oak lastS day tiled in my ofhif uvut-ajDn ol the iusoiv. -
( against it. how can we trust to their scu<>e cent. Some of the most Careful hujeis. carbon but is roatedwith a chromate encvof said ':ate. -

.l"t"k, when Baskin, Mann & Co. and ability to correct tbes wiles who any kind Those chromatea are noncon These an* th -f ore to noiu'v bra admonish -a
? complained have been over the Dtire field
t accept liST n GA.r
for all persons h< burg dA! i:14 s-amst said estate to an
: IIJmkc there they called the ducting, but the metal cloth starts the arc
of. now? this. estimate as correct. This means file the same in im(.fli,.. dufv autbentica'ed. ODor ,
wwd to remain, after the speaking, and the intense beat reduces the chromateto by the .ltbalay..eJ.&nt>. A. D. 133. en
$ :i that the oransc crcp will !lie about a chromate of the metal used. These which day th re will lie a pro rata vtnbution of
''H\\ organize a third party club; butS Phrenology Galore. 2.500.000 boxes, against 3.735.000 last sea pencils burn ct the rate of one-eighth of the assets b.i'.nin.;to KiiJ VLatf, aiiiuug the I RAILWAY.
creditors of the same. ,
none remained except the speakers He a'plit.the phrenologist for uii the
son. Growers in some section1 have been an inch an hour when current is properly Witness mv hand aod seal of ccurt this the 23th
S. and\ this is, comparatively speaking. examination of his bead seated himself controlled. 'day of July .\. V 1. SCHEDULES 07 DAILY TRAINS IN
offered f 1.23 pen box on the tree.-Mirror 'I [ SEAL \Yjt.F. MALPHTKS.
illustrative of their
,5; 5 largely htrengthgenerally. and the pr fes.-or_began: of Cflmmf-rcc. SLOWER AND TREE.In !! July 9. 189' County Judge. I EFFFCT JUHE 12th. 1892.

"Your I
!: \ philoprogenitivenesfi is small; SSStrength -- -
S love and Health. California i eaili trees are successfully Notice of Election. .
iI4 )0\1. d.o ma yoqr fa-nily much. 4'CIN.AJ T FLA.IJMITmD" "OHa.o. CHL" ; .It'l""DoAtfu.u"a ;

It. }l .fr.qu ntrH.'t'll asset teil "If you had sich a family as 1 have 'Otlwouldn't It you are not feHiu;? Mronj: and grafted with rusbudthus producing TO the Sheriff of Bradford county Stat of Ly Jacksonvtic. bUp. ']Lv J" ; ot L").c.-"Wo' .I i .. ;.
healthy fcloctric HUteis. ll of red white and pink roses. Florida: ._ i .- .* -
,, that no man ever starved to deathin try U grippe groves Lv -'pLvCiZb'i.an I : Ar .tiani.i.------ S .
love 'em much. neither." has left KNOWTE.UiatI.JOHN L. Ci\\WFORD.r Sec .. 9 J I; :. .. 1.if'LT
you weak and weary, u>e Kleo-: The largest ash in Scotland is supposed of Waycrms.- ?i'LY.pn.u 'tlii;. jw -
ran' State the
for Mate of Ion-la.
Florida, And a combination of lU..L.s: .Ovs.\.r ...1 1ArLacoa 1J
S Lvlesup.-------- (
tric IJitte.1. This .ttiaoea -I
"Your self-esteem is well developed.and rtull,1Let.: tllrtvilvon to be at Carnuck, bhicty Tett high and bervtjy give notice that a .. .. 3c.aiAr>. --'j 4p Lv Lhui-.a .. 5 ,$ CLvMacocu. t "
: unfavorable circumstances. that you; iesjr.cti ene s extraordinarilyso. liver, 8t mal'h1111.. kidnevs, gently! nineteen feet in girth; end there ia one in GenssnI HJ"'Uon .._. ... 0 1 \: :! -- I\rK I n61 i131apiZ ::'
S famine is 1 aiding those ortraiw to er >rm their Will be Iield in Urtdford county Mate of Florida \ __ '
.0 cuul4 ca.o/e a here almost |' Woburn park the same height and sixteen Ar Atlatata.r; SiplxXac.zviic L-.I I. 4
s .; What has caused this hrge AUopment rnllcJ ocls. If j on are afflicted l with idektIftathit i on Tuesday next snccee Hnp the First LvAthnta.5.. IO,' t.v.ktzi : .zr-o. ... ::,l1i = '
out of question.! Too cold, too dry he will find speeds Mini feet in girth. Monday in October. A.D. ISSti,the Ar Caastanooga,. ;t-I.\r (: 'm. a '"- -. -I W-j t1'\r Ir.aul. 2 .' .
have been yon ,
a butcher
permanent ll
or too wet weather caue a little killed you an editor relief iiv\ taking Klectrir J Hitters. White ash leaves are shunned by rattle- FOURTH said Tuesday haY OF being OCTOBER the ArBuria.LT Caattaaoof. _a. .... :1rI'.LI; iJ..l i" J .....I ,. -.., .\: 1t-. -S_ J ...1 3lArCinannati t t.S i,.
or ever .
One trial will convince that this snakes. It is said that a rattlesnake placed For a Governor of the state of Florida .m -- -\H.a._ Ie ; .
bo mp.aitt4i the trouble lasts, you Is 7 ?>iltrincmcai.. . -. lDr .
i killed anything but skeeter." the remedy you "need. v rge bottles in a circle one-half of which is formed of For one Justice Supreme Court of Flor&la. LTCiacxkaaUArChicair -_... .". .t3i.iIl.v chtisr-a.i .. .- f\\4 ,., t_. t. S I ;
lint with in < '_ .
: a change season the matter "TtAtU-isg only 50c at RI:1rke lrnCinipativ drug ash leaves and the other halt of live coals For a Secreurr of State of tfcc state of HortiU. 5t. 'rtas-- ,I } 'I_-e. --i Jt" ,
aa involuntary action, it For an Attorney-General of the state'A.Florida .. i
S in soon repaired .and forgotten. store. 6 the coals rather than touch the _. :1LYl..r.m. "J. : I1 a.'t--
: will cross LvSvgia. .
For a Comptroller of the state of Florida. ,l L. ... .
Wq peed .' i inclement_ seasonr once could not-bul I see, your industry rs almost --- leaves. For a Treasurer of the state of Florida. Ar -'._'- ._, ..-I" ]*!,,,.Ar-. 1'.r 7'r, : I-lMITL; .. i ..':1' '
I absent have killed \Mcmoriam. For a Superintendent of PuLti Instruction of the LT Chattaaoora. .. .. c. .-
make you time I I.Your. : s. .a I 'I: .\r = \ : r -- _- "
hi o-wiUejust t l us realize The Irish shamrock is much smaller -. .' .i I ,"
our very -
1 state of Flon.la Ar lDp.IS..__ .rM-ttpftzz .. r _! o. .. .-
boundless Jt is seed timeS phUobeterogenoamassiugucss i& very large We as a lodge nave U a yiiited for the than the ordinary clover indigenous to ForaCommtwiOi, r of Agriculture for the state .1..1 I 1.T _..r.s... 1.' f t .'i. ..
:: resources. first time by a of death who of Florida. Puflmanbuffct : hrJ ;. 4\.a .;. '-. .\::. ,;'U II P'Jacksonsilic _____._"__ ,
: '- and harvest re the around -you are close-ft teaJ. grecdyt grasping" messenger i.i*country and pure green, without any to Cau.'vrm : "C.ttsn.'e'i .. : .l-. I... U6&
year ; has taken from For a Senator for 13th senatorial district r 10.W "
brother '
us and
our treas and day Cnro..tt. _
of the shading seen in the white and pinkclovens. elegant ca.u:1:; D l' C' C : :, Xc""elk" '
if fall- 'short imraediIv 'Yes. yes; I reckon my neighbors have For two members of the Htr*>e of Kepresenta- t "! ,t
':\ one crop we urer. II R. \Viilianii. who has gone from It is said tba* the Arabic word tin". Jacksonville CutL&lLt..ks..ln4k.tJese.an. I J..snpnooa : ':. I .,
: :: plant something! eb? to make up toJdjnc that enough many times. Go! uii." this eirihly lodge to that lodge above from for trefoil is shamrakh. For a County Judge. withovt : v-iC-n.-tri-ye CI.aata.t"rI1cCfC', =. .";
"You vaociJl which no traveler lie it therefore For a Clerk of the Circuit Cot SCJUaEB EXClliMO* TICKETS \-uhint 'Li Sti"Ott I ..'
: .:. : -; for the loss. Florida i. the poor are 1tiDg. never of the same Resolved. ntums. The Glastonbury oaks corresponding i iz. For a Shenff. sale from May '3 t Sct-JO. Limited to Oct. 3r. 2Bdt! R. A O.K.K"Roral -. iTO ''
'. .> m.an'8 land and, the rictnlan's para- mind any length of time. Your orgns of As Hampton lodge has lost a age to the old Charter Oak in Hartford, For a Tax As.iesor.For ALL SttI3'lEll BESOB'1'5. Jthe Bac Lac.** ,'"
faithful member and worthy brother Foil informat relative ...
H a Tux Collector.For to rates,hotels cheerfaUj! cW rain : "''
'aise., I cautino. con&:ieace and truth are almost I that this lodge be draped in the usual are considered to be 300 years of age. The a a Couu'y Treasurer. furaisaed. Ever letter of inqnirr answered la dotb.&l.en." .,IU 17 7' .':

I bidden under your large bump of v.ecera-. moaning for 30 d-ays and a blank pn-je be Charter Oak itself, which was decapitatedin For a.uaty Sapenntend *l Pubbc Instruction. For Wrth reser tioov rates folders etc.,apply to ticket areats tnrougaovt Flaoda ._" ......
a severe storm here, Aug. 21, lS had F1lA.a M. f1It- Pal& .Sa B1ock.J .
; )copiQuting of the death sentence : lion. You often get Uta dffBcullies; you left to his memory in our lodge book; .nd been a famous tree at that time for K&jears. Fu?a Cour>tj Surveyor. a w.WREHN G. P.&T..A.. av&11c1Tcngt.Act. West ClUvi Bay Street.o\.K1GHT.Astor G. .A- .

S to life inprisontuent of Col. do not tell the truth unless it suits your Resolved That we extend to the bereaved Funa Justi.Ttrof the Peace bt*nd for the follow
family of our deceased brother our lag Justice ln> "t1.vii:
>v S : Clajf.Jung, of lernpbll1'clln., bJ" purpose lo do M; you are a great churchgoer heartfelt sympathy i.n theii *;>rrow.Resolved. Those who only know morning glories No.- One.Two -

1he.governor of that slate has caused 1\11fl pray in public. Do you Jwlow 'lUal tIlde resolutions be and moon flowers as climbing species ". Thrre..

: much dissatisfaction tUrpugli not me?" spread oc our record book and n copy be convolvulus and ipomoeawill be interested Four M.i1bil : rlI A I of ....
sent lo the wife of In knowing that one species grows as a ri'e. i\pzu.tns,, VandeyI'i4 S
the ..
"pjily the stale of Tennessee, but the LOU are straight Go 00"- deceased. ai-o that Six. d S Uni ervjJT.Three lars I
!lie tree in western Mexico, twenty or thirty .. 0
a copy sent to line Bradford County Svxen. ia Faeidt of 4i pa fl 42S trv
i *ir aw *
; :whoje- country. Tlio""murder Kingcoirfmitted "Your ingenuity a4 coustructivcness TtJ.EUR.\1'1\ feet high, and with a trunk three feet in .. }Eight 0 ,M .1* gulc. Art. CiKvttwv[ ItoaMk A ee

\\'a< one of.thc most cold .. are prominent. Ycur small caution %ill N. T. KING circumference. The flower is about two Nine. _:'EtpuppeJ a.TMaasiam.Dre&s-xLaVinr Tagt.'ea ."
Rer. Gto.
3. flooded on record and without any lead you into sen pes. but your facility M. X. HUSTON.: Inches long and white, yellowish below. Ten.Eleven. --- W. F. Pnc*. O. D..Pruid..t.B .

whatever. J. W. CTTOS. For a Constable in and for i following
'S c Not only is the for inventing stories Justice
cpso gets you safely oat
The LowU Artificial Light I>i> tncts x*: :
llow\ and jails' insecure but ami -- No Ou DflVtU ) enniKt women suffer !Bradford Lodge No U, f.
| time (
;,w OWN
every A candle .
Little Girl's Experience In I It is stated that in light, lamp Two, nUi\1| if ing from any form of )1rttt&urslayaightbuLI
." when at; last. the courts have conflemned "Stop Ihnr. that's all I v t''lto know. Light ousc. .tht or gaslight the waste is more than Three. CHRONIC DlSEAs: can i-ecnre valuable Sunday 111 each r5oclI I -
murderer deathaud his Mr. and Mrs UrenfrHDoott Four. work on their alUicOcn 0-aleu) f rrr. and .c w. ..., r-
to are keep- .
a I be the cent. In other words if .
; atius ustcr but 99 thr bow _
way you say. aCACOth ervctf the gov. Light bonne at Sati.I BeaehMuli. per }1n'. Jearn they can be cured at hoot by writing .1. E. Waisaiss?. -
: being built tn the could be obtained not to throw DR. PARKER C"J3-&OX- Cherry street Nab
t gallows w steps ago my mother-in-law struck eon .,and are Menxe a daughter so as Six. Tille.T9n. Bettertcnte -.S. 4
:'' governor with a pardon. Such a the Uca with a s'wgle tree, and I dUn four years ol h Last Aitrii ht> \\vs isk- anything away, they would give nearly- IN TESTIMONY teven.WMEHEOF. I hareL.S. gerotac. Ftseaaie your trouble and how are aan-kong 1. .

'f procedure U sure to have a demoralizing *t koaw but that them last two bumps en down with measles, ftillnweil byx I 100 times the illumination which they [ .] hereunto set my baud and aRiXMtibeGreat -atfitcted. atJtweMdt"btaUaaB

. 1 effect. The d.angerous class might have got flultened'dnwn. ,But I <*ee dreadful COugh and turning iuU fryer da afford. Even the electric light is Seal of the sute f KV.ocLi.pt Tt.1lahaswe. I
: bit's all right011 see. I'm porter denuticral v.icton at home and.at LWtroit treated waste. Star. I the Capita), this the Orb da.f' '
: '. seen no risk in ruuTder and the < her but in vain she mostly -Washington July.A.D.JtStl _
i//) great now. but if the thitdi party gxins in grew worse crapkliy JCHX U l.P.\Wf'\IRJl. LT o5-1Im of

1.__ ." .Jaw-abiding population loses it confidence strength I'll jine bit and run for clerk- until she"as n mera"h:. idfn of hOJl P. S. CRTWS S\'C.- tary of S ate. _I ... : rl
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I 1 ber\ sl.?tcied Dr. K5u 's New D'ucov: Shenff.Bradford County I .. .
in the courts for. punishing -assessor-collector. mean Ina.surerersberiftliuperinten:1entneT"r t3. p ta.Sr
I I try and n't the use of two and a haf f Bore (cheerily)}How de.I Aug.5,l82.Through. W1s 1.a..e..Maa& s. pi.s.t.r BTCLCUSKilal
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;'iI:. S.. criminals, and the result is more but it i ; boul#s, was completely cured. THey say do? How de do? 'How you getting p .. FM YMM LAMES.
anything wronc can ,
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(; "j S -. S frequent resort to lynch law as the J I Dr.oKlnj's Discovery In worth fca along? jsy _
"; : fioda to explain myself back for democrat =
among U
4 weight in gold yet you may get a trial every fcevp posted uoa = _
;q_ ') ': 'only sure means. of keeping down : i. a,.;>rats agate i -sec I" I boUlefre, at Stake l>ru? QIUpL Y'. Editor (wearily)- fot very well. Too the issues of the day. The Tiu.cR\rii mrL41IflI4I a.A.aUlrrraa,B WI Aiafc T.Kipan .

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: TELEGRAPH Cool,'pleasant nights. Our..Democratic. Club. .Highland ANNOUNGEiMENTS :

,B3/DFORD COUNTY : .' ,On ,Wednesday there Rev. L. H. Wilson preached nn-able
evening was a 1Mt
Hale l in '
was town in the cbapel WednesdaY'enn. For Sheriff.
sermon .
_ meeting held at the court House for the : '
. 1 w elc. ing. : I : cnmiukic t ? !
,. K 19 189 of organizing democratic clubin "
: Surlje, la., Aug. Mr. S purpose Doctor Tale Powell passed through the for the office of Sheriff of Bradford eonn',1!
4 Crews was in town yes. district No. 6. Many' persons were' village while going to see a patient in the [Next to Post Office.] I,. nnilask. Ihe suffrage- the voters af- .
terday. present and considerable enthusiasm ..
/Local affairs. pro countryMr. ."
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the election.
coming !Respectfully,
, S Mr. S J Temple has been in town vaU d. After some pertinent remarks by Boyd Padgett and his two sons. '; :

Why buy inferior flour when you this week. Col. Peek, organization was'made. -J. T. Bertie and Harry, paid a visit to Highland HAVE A FULL LINE OF : ll.I AtsTt. ,. 9
: the during the week: annbnnre nd Mate"for :,
SWCt Home at same Wills! was elected president. T. A. Knight hereby myself a en
: n get & Rlcba.rd. Some of our young men seems to vice president, N. J). Wamright' Mr.\ Boone met with quite a disaster i if re-rlrelmn a*Sheriff of Bradford cottn- :::
price :tot lIelberger I be Kingsley struck. secretary losing his faithful horse. ty. and solicit the support of the Ylltersat '::
3 at and N. W. Hackett, L. B. Rhodes. W. T. :. the fait rtertion .
A fall line of paint The recent showers have cooled the Fresh. Dr-u..g8J Ik"p. ? lrIJHr.
t "ruby, Stern burg & Co. An agricultural census is now be. Weeks, C. L Peek and J. L. Frazee ex. i atmosphere and made a pleasant change ;: P. ;:. Cnt"lI.I 'l

w Jones' white dlC88 goods ing taken in the county. ,ecutive committee. The club was then indeed. Toilet; Ar"ticlesJ ebO-. hereby anrrzanee myself candidate ,
See N. J- declared duly organized: and 65 names enrolled Seaman Bennett is rapidly recoveringfrom ;: for the outee of Sheiiff of Bradford cottn- L -7

before you purchue. Our chief. and family will come as members. After the transactionof the severe illness he had while in ty. and respectfully solicit I lIe-support of

silk home about the 1st Bronson. L B. the voters at tAe coming" tection.Res'cctttm11v. '
line; of ladies' black umbrella prox. important business the club adjournedto ,
cannot be surpassed. Go to J W Alvarez & Co. when meet on Saturday of each week at 8 p. F. M. BTitrXThe '

Truby, Sternburg & Co. you want a fine turnout. m. .All parties interested in the success Free Scholarship. friend of IvCeteft<< E. .fVlhn announce ;

N. J." flasafuI1 stock of Mr. of democracy in the coming election are White Springs. Fla.. Aug. 13, 1892. GARDEN SEED'SIN him a ciRK&fafe for thCnfflrenf

collins and caskets Henry Wilkins, of Newark, cordially invited to attend the meetings of Editor TJU.fou.\PH-Tbere is a free Sheriff of Bradford ftnttnlr." nail solicit

9 funeral siippHes, N. J., was in :Starke:; last we k. the club and enroll their names as members for him the suffrage1 At tire r&rnrmr elec-
due student of either sex, in
all prices scholarship tion.
at .
. More water has been on the1' land thereof. the Florida Normal School and Business BULK. itAN1 Fiftt tt

All J.kinds'V. Alvarez of hauling&; done Co.'s promptly stables.- this week than for years before. The Outlook. College White Springs, Fla for the ensuing I I hereby announce ftysjriifMa'candidate -''*

at Mr. Andrew Floreus left yester Floridians have apparently suffered less {(school year beginning Sept. 12. MR. R. R. JOINER, who has had twenty years' experience, fills for the office (Mirtr* tit Bradford'

Domestic and New Home sewing day for short from the current depression than the people Your state senator has the power of ap- county. and respectfully solicit the sup.

% machines for sale by a sojourn in the west. in those southern states in which cot pointment. For information address me all Prescriptions, day and night. port of the voters at the cotmnjr; election.

Respectfully.H.<< 9.
Truby, Sternburg &; Co. Mr. R L Klutts and family have ton is the principal: product With rapidly as above. J. L. !;1UPWORTH.If REAVES.
STORE ,OPEN SUNDAY 1.30 TO 3.30 P. M. I hereby announce myself enrKlidate
moved from
Go to J. G. Alvarez for the latest Hampton to Middle- diversifying sources of wealth Florida is r BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures ConjtlpaUon. for the office i-f !Sheriff of Brad'&r fUI.

collars. becoming more and more independent of ly and promise if fleeted to &fl fW",
of gents' burg.Mr. Who Want Office.
styles LAGRANCE,
; Jacksonville consign. Harney Richard i is now deputy any particular pioduct of industry. The After having worked for the good of oconu.; LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE discharge my duty. \v. D. ALVARKZ"-

Send your sheriff, vice MiE E Johns re failure of one crop is generally neutralizedby the democratic party many years, W. D.

',' menU to the Florida Producer'sand signed. )I the success of others. We will soon Alvarez for the first time. stands before Ut.vatrs. ...... Art. N.ral .. ... ty..mak1e* typ.wrItIn.ui.'giaphy. For Clerk of Circuit Court.
II :Mniic and Art TUICB CIILTIID A .P-
: Consumers' Exchange. tf I reach the blissful point where a bad year the county as a candidate for an office C1AUCT.Dook.k..pIDc.l&amlnD7.lID'IUra"ed.physical cuitarefru. fnm__......aIform. .- I hereby announce mwlf a candidatefor
lie of the and most .
belongs to one largest Send for catalogue.
that -we are head- A well with pumpis a new convenience for oranges, or a poor season for tourists, powerful families in' this county is well ae.wtk.. iss-s. 192.:7': 4M.. aMdon begiat OeptoMter M..-. re election to the office of ClerK of the

Don't forget Means' shoes. in front of the Drug com.pally' will not result in a business depression. known and has any number of supporters B0ar4erl.roUM I".. sa IS. fILER .. -.See.. UDKI U.l Circuit: court of Bradford county. and
4' quarters for James store. M..e PuI" ii 177 *Uf5$..SMITH, '.., respectfully solicit the support of fellow -
he my
Sternburg & Co. ) Those northern capitalist who have tried lie has a natural aptitude for the
Truby, seeks-the sheriff's-and if elected thereis at the ensuing electun.
cane growing in Florida have had such
There will /be preaching at the no reason why he should not fill it to D. Very respectfully.
' Curtain poles and lace curtains at :. L. STEWART FOR SALEThe \v. '
J. G. Alvarez.The Rising school house next Sunday, signal success as to guarantee extension the full satisfaction of the public. T. EUt. S

the 21st 1I.a. and imitation in the industry. Our best will be in announcements
at m. As seen our Office with For Tax Collector. .
nicest; table damask in the lands for this purpose-the swamp landsare i column, Judge J. R. Richard is a candidate -. following described property located -
': at N. J. Jones' cheap mammoth Mr. Solmon Rhodes i is now clerking as yet practicully untouched but for the county judgeship The Judge' within the corpoiate limits of the for hereby reelection announce to the myself'office a of candidate Tax Collector .

;.f city for Mr. N J Jones. lIe is will be made has been so long before the public as a Starke Drug Company. town of Starke, is offered for sale: of
a smart soon to yield heavy of Bradfordcounty.. and
' crops respectfully :
-:, dry goodsstore._ and holder of the office he seeks. and has discharged wyatt Two Acres of Laud
polite salesman. the of fellow
sugar and rice.V e can raise the best tobacco support my

for $1 his duties so faithfully: and well
The best Kto coffee 5 ibs. in the world abundant from is needed. If POWEll M. D. well fenced, upon which is a good. well citizens. Respectfully.
Mrs. i nave timber that no comment us TATE
Heibcrger &; Richard's.: .mother of Mrs S M and M. M. HALE.I .
at : and fertilizers for our needs, and with elected, he will move to Starke and be painted plastered: two-story dwelling;
Crews. died
full line of JamesMeans' at her home in DeFu- ,canneries ever at his post.I an excellent well of water bricked from hereby announce myself a' candidate
Just received a niak Fla. I may supply the world with vegetable PHYSICIAN AND SUPON.Ofllee
J. G. Alvarez.A one day last week. understand that Judge Wm. F. Mul.phurs' the clay; good stable and outbuildings. for the office of Tux Collector of Bradford
shoes at I ?, fruits and marine dclicades.I county and respectfully mk ho
4 I announcement as a candidate for The is list of the support
. new stock of coffins and caskets The heavy rains of late hav kept Sanitary matters are now so well organized re-election to the office of county judge at Caaklns Drug Store, following a Trees grow. of the voters at the coming election.

at N. J. Jones farmers busy with hoe and spade in the state Unit should any epidemic will appear in to-day's issue. During his STARKE FLORIDA ing upon the place' : Respect fuUy. R. A. TOWNSKSD.The .

:4 Home flour? to drain the water off their crops. appear at any place: it would be quickly four years' term the judge has had before mylStf 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties. 2d year friends of W. A. Crosby YespecN
:i Have you tried stamped out before it could him some of the most important cases bearing; Chestnuts 5.2 varieties Ap- fully announce him a*candidate for the

4y I: The sales are increasing every day. Wakeless coverless heat spread to any ever brought in the county and by the COMER L 'PEEKA.TrORNBY.ATLA.WaDd i! pies, 6 trees ((3 !Standard) 3 on Pear roots; office of Tax Collector for Bradford coun.
The best trade n&ea it. For sale by No more nt night does us worry; other point. strict impailialily of his rulings;: and adherence NOTAR: ty and having confidence; in his merit
: ,; Heiberger &; Richard. We crawl under blanket and sheet- On account of short crops our farmers to law has shown that he is both -and- 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear, and ability to perform the duties o( too

: And none but the 'squlto is sorry. have a hard year before them; hut they competent and just in the faithful discharge Fire Insurance. 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon office, do earnestly solicit for him the

I: Spring goods in an endless quantity FOR TAX ASSESSOR. should not be discouraged look about o'f the sacred functions of his office Represents LIVERPOOL:: LONDON&:: GLOBE, 77, choicest varieties; Peach 80. large suffrages our fellow citizens. ,
mammoth store. here During his term there has been much improvement PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH I Respectfully. MAST FRIDDS.I .
Jones' ,
selected varieties
2. Chinese.All .
a} at N. them for to their SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance ;
by announce myself a candidate for ways diversify products ; the office his been furnished I
J. G. Alvarez has just received a the office of Tax Assessor of Brad in order to largely prevent a recurrence of with a complete set of record books and a. county Companies.for sale.Choice lots of Land in town and the above trees are in bearing most For Tax Assessor.

I car load of "Diploma" flour. ford county. MARION F. MOORE. the evil in the future.Bucklen's safe so that during his said term of office STARKE FLORIDA. of them in their second year. I hereby announce myself a candidate

I; the duties have been well done, and our jnelStf This place must be seen to be appreciated. for election to the office of Tax Assessorof
is the most FOR SH Arnica Salve. records in Unit office are systematically Bradford .
Our stoekof groceries KRU'F.-I hereby announce I county at the- ensuing election
in town and prices way myself candidate for The best salve In the world for cuts, and safely kept for which lie was highly Frazee & Hall For further information apply to and respectfully ftohril, the support
a the -
4 complete bruises, sores. ulcers, salt raetim, fever complimented by the last grand jury; in '
of fellow
? DR. A. J... SCOTT my citizens., Respectfully.
\' down to hard pan.'Fruby office of Sheriff of Bradford county. sores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains, their general presentment they say: "We Att'ys and Counsellors at Law, J. E. WAINKIUBT. .

\\1 Stern burg & Co. RespectfullyV3I.. Tisox. corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively also rind the county judge's office in a Starke, Fla. '
cures piles,or no pay required. It better condition than ever befoie in Bradford ROOM NO. 1, JONES' BLOCK. I hereby announce myself candidate
1 and wheelbarrows atMorgan's The two is guaranteed to give perfect satisfactionor for Tax Assessor for Bradford county.
: Wagons solitary our town which has recently been
gooses county supplied -
refunded. Price and solicit the of the
money 25 cents suffrage voters at
Bazar. with safe and set of books. U.D.MINERWatchmaker
have been in a new
,! pOHsesses "swim" box. For sale by Starko Drug Co. I Downey Btiild'g. cor. Third and the coming election. Respectfully
, And surely this should be a strong
this week. But no earthly is arguement Center Strs.. Fernandina, Fla.
joy L. D. WALLS
'Webb for cards stencils in favor of his re-election in October
...! Ask I C there isn't He Withdraws.New jy 1':
perfect in
a gander town
Florida Producers' andConsumers' 1 hereby announce myself ni! candidatefor
etc. of the River. Flu., Aug. 17 1892.
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Exchange. tf The FRIENDS AND FELLOW CITIZENS-After next.Everybody know Judge Malphurs to be II. E. LAG} RGltEN the office of Tax Awessor of Bradford # .
::1 1 boys are getting mature deliberation and careful consider staunch democrat and an honest, con and county and respectfully solicit the ''suff
ready for their annual scientious faithful in all things and LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy of fellow citizens the
: Job printing of all kinds at the encampmentto ation 1 have decided to withdraw from man. rage my at coming)
i TELECKA.ru office. be held at St. Augustine, begin. the race for sheriff, and I heartily and never recreant tu any trust or wanting in County Surveyor. election. If elected .I shall visit each

;.i'. ning Aug. 25th and closing the 31st. sincerely tluuik my friends for their ef. any measure: therefore his host of friends school district for tax return
/ All Lines run from U.S. Survey Field Notes
will efforts to his re-elec
forts in behalf. Their spare no secure Respectfully. A. J. McKiNNEY.
:j We have everything you need and Mr. F N Norman, one of our most ever be gratefully my remembered services by will lion TAX PATEU.McElr Levelling and Drainage Systems, etc. Jeweler.
: will make to suit the need of 1rC'.aI1 at this Office. For Treasurer.
/ prices successful farmers, was in town on JOHN 11. JOHNS. e'. WINE OF CABDUI tor female lisea*ea. FLORIDA. '
pocket book. STARKE I hereby announce myself n e1nltiallllt' :

: your Truby, Sternburg &; Co. better Wednesday than and said crops are much The democratic club of dist. No. The Stark Young Men. Stark Fla_ for re-elf'Cliun to he office of Treasurerof

. ; prospects offered some 6 meets to-moirow night at the court We have some fine boys in our town, W. H. RIVERSDEALER Bnulf.ml ('u\lntv.nnll respcctfnlij solicit !.

(, N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby cemetery time since.There house at 8 p. in. I tell you they are dandies; the support of my fi-llow, citizens. nt
lots for sale. When they take girls to any place the coming election.v ( rr p
are no, backnnmbers amongour Our New River correspondent They buy them lots of caul lies. IN- Largest Assortment of J. W. ,1' EU.C1I.

Go to Walter Wills forest butter merchants. Any commodity points out an error in our' last issue. I I I hereby announce myself! a candidate l;
that can possibly have a sale, they And gallant boys they also are for the office of Treasurer i-f Brnilfonl
cheese and hams. Our made
types us say that the For ndil. like that
peoplp.'g doing tr1 II or things ; Watches Clocks
;: bring to our doors, and their prices i and county and respectfully Ific supportof
party: convention at Lake Butler Tile)'II gu for you near or far, GENERAL MERCHANDISE .
the voters at the com'mjr election.Hcsfx '
Nw line of low eboes just re ceiv- are as low as anywhere in the U. S. was to take place the 11th lI11\t; Aud for hours will sit and chat. 'ctful'y. P/1J.! DF.'IAIUC.J- '

de at Trubv Sternburg & Co. Jewelry
J Our markets are well suppliedwith I it should have been the 16th. When a theater comes to town DRY GOODS, For SchooSuperintiiiijjjI; :;

"1 One lot of 8 cent calico reduced fruits of all kinds'!, and growerssell i One of our farmers, somewhat They'll scour the woods for miles I I hereby announce myself a candidate
T Till they ure sure to get you 'round; for election the office of
cents at all they can raise at to Superinlendent
& -.0 5 a profit. near-sighted, heard a whirring And as for money they just have p l s.Therl"s NOTIONS, Special attention given to the repairing of Public Instruction for lk.wfonl
,.. & Co. One firm here receives county
:. Truby, Sternburg ; daily orders sound from a rose bush near his
of Clocks and Watches. and respectfully! solicit the support of
for and other Julius-lie is ft
fruits just sport.
grapes poultryand house and saw something fellow citizens at too election.
f Fruit jars, jelly tumblers, fruit and do moving And black are his eyes and hair; BOOTS Good work done at reasonable rates.DRUGSTOILEI my ensuing
eggs, 9 heavy .
export the leaves. lie for his Respectfully.T.J
rubbers and tops at j among ran I'll tell you. he is just! the sort
jar trade. DEKLSI ..
Truby Sternburg &; Co. gun in great haste and fired both For concerts and parties-always there. SHOES and
hereby announce myself n cnwihlnt
barrels the
at rattler. The
W. .D. Bloxham and H. \V. Lonjr But us fur Jack ho U the stuff- for Snperiulebdent of Public Instructionfor

: "Quite English, you know"-London will speak at the grand barbecue at smoke clearing away, he beheld his Ele'll treat, and treat the girls. GROCERIES.Starke Bradford county and respectfullysolicit ......

Swells cigars at J. G. Alvarez. Lake Butler on Wednesday the 31st favorite puss shot all to rags. She When he thinks they've had enough tic support "of the voters at the

inst. still held a "mosquito hawk" in her. He'll sit and praise their curls. ::r -: coining election.. Respect full}*. .
Everybody invited
We make returns on day of sale. i are cordially mouth, the flutter of which againstthe Fla. II. (PKEFLM.
especially; our colored friends Then tl' other like Scott. -
Fl. P. & C. Exchange Jacksonville. leaves had ere H no I hercb announce myself a candidate.
; .I whose wants will be provided for. made the rattle. Our For he i is just the kind. ) I19 i: '
for re-election the i-ttiro
tr of
' tf friend felt so cheap over his mistake indeed is Mr. Farmer Superintendent
And not
sting.he .
A time is
I grand promised.Mrs. says: 'wit of Public Instruction: for Oiail-
When milk shake he find.
that he joined the third party. shops can ;
i ONE MILLION BOXES of oranges ford county and rl"tlptclfl&lly ask ttitrllUpeI

f wanted by Burton K. Barrs, Hannah Prescott has sold -Jury--List.- There's none to equal the Husband twinsAt "If I had. had) some means of I I port of the voters nt mIte coining/ election.'

i Jacksonville.If out her Sampson interests. She i is Below is a list of grand and petit jurors parties.. pinics or fairs; Irrigating last fall, I should have Respectfully.- J. L. Hiu.. !

now on a visit to her! daughter, Mrs.J for the fall term of court, to in What some call pleasures they call sins. made at least $1,500; as it is I For Count}* Judge.I .

j you want to feel good and sleep J Andrews, and will shortly this city the first Monday in convene October But. I tell you the joys are theirs. shall not make :500." hereby announce myself a candidate

well at night, go to Powell and get make a tour through part of Georgiaand 1892 There's little T. R.. who keeps a store, That have done last J. L. GASKINS, for r.-decJion tu the nfflce of County
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:' some of his meat. Middle Florida, to see friends And on Sundays takes the girls to walk. excuse might DEALER IK Judge of Br71111ordc.lmnty. und respectfully .

and relatives. QUASI jcnons. And him they :>n<*. nod all adore fall, but it will not do now, for if ,Folu-It the >support> .{ of lImo voters at

AU summer goods at reduced Geo W Baisden L F Gay Because they say he can talk. in need of for Drugs & Medicines the ensuing; el,clilIJ. ."

prices. Truby, Stern burg & Co When one of our citizens takes off J B Bennette M L McKinney you are water irrigation Starke, Fla. WM. F..MALPHCW.I .
L B Dees J M I Alvarez But Ifc-ti is the one to catch the fishes. or any other I'urpo.caU on or I
his hat to wipe his manly brow, bystanders Physicians' Prescriptions am a candidate f"r the office Of
And treat-tlie he's the
Tbos Fielder N J Jones to pirli: one; '
I. Peaches, grapes, berries, vegetables cast sidelong, searching J B Johns J) M Malphurs With Ben nnd delicious ice cream dishes address G.V.. YOUNG, who rep (Jarefu Compounded a hour*-day or County Judge, aUld solicit Ihe'. support' of

etc., and oranges in season. glances at his head, which shows W L Summers J E Dekle A girl will have: lots of fun. resents theCHICAGO night I the voters, of lirudford Cllunl .
J. IL Ricusin.IT .
tf P. &; C. Ex., Jacksonville.The that they have attended the phreno- PETIT JURORS 1 _____. ,
There's another, the boys call him Ed. AERMOTOR CO. ia A ve..s1fai1
vs..w.. '
logical (educes and mayhap had II N Hodges 0 F Bair Note writing; he does very well.He'll ..APCTICCANDY : I Ie IT. b St .. ,... ,...... '..
J TELEGRAPH will be sent to their heads examined. Jtis %l Brownlec E II Hall tcue till you arc almost dead. lie can furnish you with a well and i.. '5&.' .._...A.... .
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any address for $1 a year. W W Chapman O .1 Norman And Rivers of goods he can sell. all other appliances that will give TORE I WIII"s ... -=

There lots of bargains O O Croft N II Hall I WfAi*wo"vdUB':..
Go to J. G./Alvare for the best are yet good .1 G Holloway S J Prescott Then theiv is Johnny >i visitor here. you all the water you want and also:

fie cigar. _ to be had in laces, embroideries W E Davis J L Vnrundore The girls to church he'll take furnish power for any kind of light C. R.. EXSEY, '

*Men's straw hats, various styles towels, umbrellas, mitts, gloves, Try BUCK-DRAUOHT tea for I.'lCpsa.; To one in our midst he ii very (tear. machinery an grind-stones wood- CORNER RAILROADAND MAIN STREET. tiI i'
notions tinware woodenware And hell nuke. ,
glassware, a good pant
and shapes, nice .and cheap: at STARKE. FLA.
and.crockery ware, and 10,000 Fresh groceries and<<1 saws, cottontin! etc., at a price
J. U. Alvarez.If confectionery And there is one who clerks for Knight, --
want a" ; '{Knur-in-hand other articles, at the closing out just opened at Walter \ :. His name 1 d.) not know that any one can afford to pay who Vegetables, Candies" Fruits and

tic you pretty sale. This chance will last but a few But he is said to do things up right. can afford to farm one acre of land. Summer Drinks.
or cheap go to days longer, so come at once to the The only *2 a day hotel ill Jack And the goods he knows how to show.

.1. (L Alvarez. New'York Auction Store. sonville is The Travelers G. W. YOUNG, COCO COLA Nerve Tonic. and CRAM .,.
LADIES*k tor Some of the sports are out of town Horse Shoer. Black and Tin Smith. etc.. PA1GNK BUST.! .

Mr. John J Rosier and Miss If you want: first-class beef, porkor But And we hopt-wisb"tbem that time speedy will soon)' return roll 'round. julS !;STARKE FL.l .\. Agent for Mallory Steamship Line.

FOUIVSixn Celeta Stevens were joined together sausage go to L B Powell, and But till then our hearts al! yearn. i oct9-6m!

G in the holy bond of matrimony on you will get it. NEW ERA IN ENGLISH
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You dudes. both short and tall SetatMo
Tuesday. Both were fine looking many ROLLER COTTON GINS.The AMrieuAgeacy .
nt Truby '\ \ A full line of James Means celebrated With eyes blue, gray and black. for
and seemed to be perfectly happy. undersigned agent for Platt Bros
Do not from your gallantry fall,
The ceremony took place in the shoes for men and boys at And praise you'll never lack. &; Co., will sell a Single Roller GIN. with ,

CoV1 court house and Judge Malphura of Truby, Sternburg & (::0.I EL REMO.JgfWINE my Patent Cranklegs. Belts an wrenches, '
-- all complete, delivered at Savannah Oa.,
ficiated. We wish them all possiblehappiness. OF CARDUI, a Tonic(or Women. 30 aud Walrus in '
] Leathcr.cut
I J W Hodges<< has a large stock of at $ ; strips. W. L. DOUGLASamiMahK
at 80 cents per pound. :
,- '.. ,- -' clothing!: that he i is bound to sell. Let Vm Advise You, Ladle. 31. POLLITZER. '

!! I Iliiir Mr. N J Jones' iron tonic dispenser Call and; see it. We again draw the attention of our augS2m :
female readers to the publications of the
having been worn out in faithful OLD RIP TOBACCO. -:! A'JS""S2S.75 :1srJ.tMt BStTLl2pi:
Messrs. A. McDowell & Co.. 4 aid GV.. Wanted. :
T l TT T
service of the public, has been replaced this brand who 14th street New York. This firm importand A few Ladies and Gentlemen to =: =aD7
II -'H chew never good >> a VfA aOADWAT."::Y "': J J11.
and active the American cditioi of the
by a publish -
r i young pump tried before, canvass for the QASKELL! LITERARY tea'ss1..r---III Aa.rm ttes Uaa'.....-............ fte
"to Paris fashion journals. La Mode de Paris. BrwrwoentUken oat by....L.Ou.M bsbs
:4' I guaranteed not ask fcr a drink. CLUB at a guarantee of $75 00 per montb.- tbe Uo5yD.h.eajy and dwb '- esw....
time want its services.N. And having bought ic one, comesback {We; Paris Album of Fashion. 35c; La Ai'drcss pmo bra aotiee flrea&M X etent to the I ClleJdl&DlZeII1IiII1M1mponed. ....-

I every Candidates you who for more. Couituriere. 30c. and La Mode. 15 cents. R. L. BRIGHT, : ftieuifi' JiutritJ1I i "ao.'It.r......-. m.4IQIri ...-..... ,......... ..
t want Sold & Co. These books have been fnvo.-ahly commented .1aG ..., 1'004 ..........
-' i practice hand-baking are advised to by Truby, Sternburg upon by us in previous wilting noCly 234 Franklin St., Chicago. 111.: t..rntI drealattG8 of any'sti5e p.Ia the ; .... :-'&o.I4.. ..
other' but in considerations of the many improvements w. 8p4didiy uJvatra&etS. No ISIUSII$ fi.S
some 4
; a .e.1-
try : pump. have the best Most of the rope that is uoed; for the IlIaD ahoa14 lie wI&hoa& It. WeMtJ'. B3.dd :
THEY COPY US. Try our cigars, we we have noticed we do not I. .rt IUD IIz IIIOIItb&. A44i...um-m U,.a, a..,&:aay....ID & ..,aadeN.t ..
VTc are U jug copied and we regard it I The county :candidate is in a fix sortmunt n'the city. hesitate to speak of them as the first journals purpose of executions is furnished gratis vUaLIaw.... ......VIRt. .,,e. .ales snow w.k y,

as romplime. .\IIL of I just now. The third party move- I Trnby, Sternburg & Co. of the kind to be found MI the book by a cordage firm in Philadelphia. The E-Y";'; .
matter fact we stands. Their -mber numbers will -PATENTS br
Wther has what little Sept length U us rally 30 feet, the thickness 1 __ .. ..
like ment totally spoiled
it, tl.n,: olietwjse;i % It makes it contain all the<< latest fall style at least r. .tt- .
absolutely sur.hat fun there might have been of yorein Write to the P. & C. Exchange, month earlier than any other fashion pa i inch and manufactured from the best It- caveats and Tradc-Mnrki Maliwd&nd.0 Patent -.a
we are en the right buainess: conducted for SJODKRATE FEI:8.-- -
track, though tlh'r.1& running for office. When he Jacksonville, for market prices be- per. 1 he plates in these journals are not I alinii hemp,.guaranteed to stand a strain OUR OFFICE- OPPOSITE U. S. PATEST lit -'-

before.. ii.ii't ny doubt of it talks to a third he fore you ship elsewhere. tf reproductions but are the work of French I of 600 pound. 'No charge is ever matte Omce And v o can fcure potent. *in le tine :=;] : : .
A n.1. I party inspect Kswwttlum dtose...motetromWaab- .
T ll( w..y ,hue is wme artists, done in Paris. Bend for sample for these judicial nooses and upwards of and n; ..., .... tadIriW.L --. .
but he ioxton. ...............
thing for ('rnpIl10nshavoids politics,
the epvku to 0=cupv their No trouble to get your money _ several thousand hue Already been supplied tend model ilnurin or photo with descrip = .... << 1Me,......... 4w.
uad,* with: makes up for it whim meeting with I when deal with the P. & C. Exchange throughout the rarious states of the lion. We atITi",". It P tcDtabie or DOt,frM of _....1.I.-.:.. ....te...
UlUlt.rjry ,, copy.McElree's
!! t tell: !! such you considered of charge Our fc not Jue till patent Ufleeared.A .. .......-. ...-. .... ..
> democrat. A chronic smile has Wine of Carduf Uniou. It is an act charily
shOes a: wv Kn uf'fl'rillg> for a tt Little Book, "How to Obtain Pd.eata."WI tI8d "' Jr JI ....-IIIW. .....
$1.50. Tlu I rIsabu .. settled his face that his to furnish a rope that will do its part (if l of aerial client in atttr, 1'o."GWe.B.-- ,
I yellow
:o on names yaw eonatyorton -, .
difference BLACK-DRAUGHT
: Ulwwn and THEOFORO'S arc and 'and Lence ..... OM7
work .
triutf H .1 told I If are-due anything on the skillfully surely .sent. fta-. ,Addrr.Opp. .
L SUCCidiug log thinks he i is Joking when to you your the merchant ia C. A. 8..n. 00.
Thry my Uy u, I !or sale by following : no charge U made. '" J. W. IIOD.KS.
fly. |Mll it the and the-candidate subscription to the TELEGRAPH we .Patent OfBc*. W .I); C. ,
can t be dune leave pir.zza, .,. .
; tb. ,.,,, ,, I -- "'\
v.offer with ) y try t n.ntch that \\Ulies he'a provide with long I j I will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes Bradford county: Jfipms.Tabules banish pain.Ripans'Tabules .value.Fine J I'fi:a",,,"r,'mf.tt! curp fivr ;-....nI1,1......
exactly the STARKE DRUG Co. Starke. i are of great
a.llmu -
t**tKJ llHlC. (1Tl'CI-lt c.iu'1 feelers, like a lobster, with which tonfiiiml ,., chickens, eggs or anything else:I 0. W. YOUNG.Hampton.JXO. I A Igent>c r.mn Wanted.Vinwprepaldontiltttrtemsrgei Kvrrrat .>f our salesmen bare np.1:1.: <, TL1Jul..s'mo''c..... the, luwvels.I : .
J WAlvanz
I horses and at
and allow full .A. KINO. Lake Butter. carriage I w..k"or -
and want to turn off elirisMi 3O lo ItO a v'ars pnst'
third ,
men's politics partyiro \ou : J. P. McCULLEY.Lawt r.H. I ) .' t":1 d\nJ. SmTjueilis.., fl*
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I 1. OVER FLORIDA._ receiver,,me bj several mrmberi in an I FIELD AND GROVE. ; apoanaim areas rrtam ana 5 prtrvMit Carious Curios. A Sllgbt I1smulentaD4IDg. -

,. lodiaaapolis court, and the matter is the Aastriii ; r yon see, there is roost for the
great to;ic,of conversation among membra. 90.OJ'cf : required now. and a pros was Fair Customer (in book store)-*'Ha7

:let s pf the Stile Gathered it EicdomPreswled. 1he crder hs some sixty good p.: poonda when AntericajileAast.al The great aesthetic, chloroform, 'Mi understood i' I'I
>*, may use 3 b/ad per annum. discovered by Gutbrie 1831, and was you
Agricultural of !Interest t to Florida I I don' know
and member ia Palatk The plan is that ofa TopIC3 Bemember tha pi u di-eaaed and fir.t in surgical operations mXM Bashful Clerk -

i: PmgnphicaJJJ. mulotl life a v>ci itioa, and the term is gwdaallT dying cot. a that "necessity h employed ma.am." -
for Headers.TA law or, we "necessity "Well please find
seven yey. Ihe member piy about D ; say, i Fair Customer- ,
mother of invention.1* Tre in the German army ia paid
$50 for Icsu-ance for f )( private "
per year out. CO 1J
The Halifax Jmrnal says that bee are and at the end of that time, if alive they Wemn of nD lose tight and cf the fact that th $8 per month, out of which there is daily Bashful Clerk (with increasing agitation rhUVisI. and Pina wftfe* *. -

_ Doing extremely will oo the eaat coast receive about the same sum. Many of CCT.TCBE ET YLOETXLAN'xyatierpEfI5Z GRA5GE 1 population increasing t young* sad: bound growing*-K> th en, deducted 5 cents for mesa expenses.In )-" -I am Dot sure. I don' exactly ruis The ouvla.Elzls injure*:Boa Uu Ktm iron.Ftsan aiKtbura Is rmantOl01 ex.

t'. the present year, the dry weather being these member have beea in the order TOBACCO t future, your 100,000,000 peopl will reqmre Sweden they always take a coM understand." t* i.DoraM pasce and sitS ti'M eaunnner piiba-a.pars lor nor

: "%Jsvors.be. for" ,-the- storage of honey. three or four yean and have a considerable -CBArrnfe THE GRAPE. .0.0 poozidd of tea, at th rate of only 5" lunch, accompanied by rather strong Fair Customer (very distinctly--

: -- amount of money in it. If they cease o t per he This i big qe spirits, before each meaL It ia said to asked if you have 'Misunderstood."

Florida Fad report that lAke de their monthly payments they IOM all, StPERYIR TOBACCO. Wen a man of 3Ir. Cottar's informi- be an appetizer. Bashful Clerk-"Bat-but really,

I I>eon, one mile west of St. Francw. is while on the other band they may posfib' from standing is moved to call the Seven counties in western Texas have ma'am. I can't say whether I have misunderstood "Germ
A writing lincy
Q attention of the world the
, fast drying up, and with a few more be paying for nothing and therefore : The of curing the tobacco Floriia in this matter t of tea possibilitiesof refused to issue a marriage certificate to a or not unless you explain n

xnontbs of dry we&tber one of the prettiest prefer an investigation. The members tap process is in ctun boy 13 years of age and a widow 40 further. I don't know what you refer -
in barns
now activeprogress i it if there
lakes in Florida will simply live ass are uauiimou&ly confident that the crop the The really seems a oub b Jean old with thirteen children to."
throughout countr. soniebody sufficiently interested cooperate
matter of history. money is perfectly secure and have no produced this season it said to Ix- t There is a sign on the entrance to a Fair Cu.tomer-Oh! I see you have
crop with him in of if
the development want to know you Syrup
misunderstood. I
I fear of the result. X'rth Wales Montgomery :
the best for wrappers yet nised, it being: cemetery at ,
the Bat all such that title.-
things re-
I ;' The shipments of timber and lumber a a a estimated by experienced jndgrs to jied indwt. county, Pa., which reads '"So admittance have a bo>k for children by
knowledge .
0 from the port of Pentacola to foreign nUterlcal Oak.. 65 2 3 per cent wrir>per9; a very Large qure energy,acrat persistence and-most, experience of allcapital except on business." Kate: Field's Washington.A Boschee's German Syrup 14 note' I

countries lest w'etk amounted to 6,:,- Gainesville is a beautiful and solid little yield, a* a crop seldom! average 2> pe This we shall not attract to Labrador, a country which we always Honey-Making Job. successful ra the treatment ofI Consumption .

: : 000 superficial feet, valued at $78,274. city with weil-pwed streets and gfaadoia ant wrappers. The renmnin; portionof Florida in great volume until thoroughly associate: with Arctic fmwdrifta, icebergs than other
11 The shipments to domestic ports amounted \ whose branches the will fcrnish a large number f WP of fowering any remedy,,_:
h WO
broad-preiding crop acqutiat the world! with her resources etc., species 3Iini3ter'3 WUe-"Wa.m't there a request It has been
- ; to &9XO superficial feet, Ttlusd at throw a welcome! shad? from one streets bnders: second cny! 1.) wrappers in de and possibilities.An plant, fifty-nine ferns and over 230 species for rail among year prescribed. under fz1.
: 13,500. end to the other. It ii strange how sirability. Undoubtedly! buyer will be attractive and adequate exhibit at of mosses and lichens. this prayinjr week i- every variety of climate. In tie vii

1 things cams about, for these oaks hive a i I attracted here in large cumbers ths: season the World's fair will b worth millions The laughing jackass, when warningtis letters Minister (wearily)-"Yes." bleak bitter North, ia damp New ?'

United States Assistant Engineer E. hi tory, and aa interesting little history as the high tariff on foreign 'rappers af money to feathered mates that daybreak w at '.! thought I saw one." England the fickle JliddleStates' *S*

at that. They were planted! going on I precludes thir fmportation txcep w.-Tit'nion of in the hot, moist South- 4!
;; A. Giesler in the steam yacht Altbca ii hand utters a cry resembling a group "Yes. It was from Deacon De Goode. every--
_i makine an elimination cf obstruction to thirty-two.years a;o, or when the prom for the most expensive cigars, and a? the VALUABLE FREIGHT. boys shouting Whooping ani inching "Bat dio'n't pray for rain." where. It has been in demand by ,
navigation in the upper St. Joins river. cent politicians of all the counties of Gsdsden county wrappers answers equally in a wi'.d chorus. "No. I'm tired praying for rain justto every nan mality. It has been employed ."|

:; For this purpose fj,QfJO remains from an Florida were aemb'ed in a secession *s well, it will b* in active dem !. Twenty Hillions i Gold Shipped From Heads of this iron are now sold in the please: the deacon. I've come h"me ia every stage of Consomp-r. :>ttioa.
$ convention at Ta: huree. Ju3ge James Already parties from other points are
1 appropriation nude seven years ago.The of making for San Fran.ei co to New Tort. fancy shops in London. The heads are in the wet far three Sunday, and still la brief it has been used. ..
B. D wkim, who wa later a n-.eaibir arrangements purchasing ex- "
a a the confederate coagre, and also a tensively. and two I large packing house A dispatch: fro: O'na Neb., says: said"to be well cast, and when enambied! he keep on asking for mote." by millions and hs the only true sn&reliabLe ,."

brick and stone work on the yew judge for of the Fifth are in active process of construction for A train b-ariig twenty millions in goLf, and finished by a handsome head of hair 1 "What business h he in? Consumption 'n:1 a.&y. $ j i iAN
many years
:: court home at Orlando, has been nIbe4.i judicial circuit of Florida, w&s one of the purpose of handling this year's crop. from Sin FnacUca to Mew York, arrived are very good looking. "He's a contraCtor for tLe street clean-. .J'"t

; It is a grand and beautiful building: and those in atttn-Jance on the Fec salon con- I :suadiv ngh: ad after short stop Blaudyte is the name given to the newniiteria'.s ing .1epartm nt." ASTONISHINGTONIC J-

F will be ready for occupancy about the prcceedel eastward. A Pullman and made of Triniiad phalt and
vention. It was du-icg ChrUtmai week.
.. : ,' lit of September. A very fine clock As had been the custom of slaveholders I WHY rant CBACK5. rix.c-ache Were guarded by a cop my ofH.dieh waste rubber. It resists the heat of high Partial Observation. FOR WOMEH.jFrFrpra '.4

will be placed in the tower, with a bell who had a humane in fact paternal interest The Timu-Dm. allt gives the fellow- with Spnngasld! r.fljs and two pressure steam and lasts well in the pres- '
1fhich will strike he hour. ing illustration to eiplan the crackin g Gitli K3The guards .*ood on the plasormi -
in the welfare pf their slaves, Judge : ence of oil and grease. Bilkins "Did ever notice how )
of you
: oranges: ( with loadvd rica while the
' 'a *
; Dawkins granted his negroes the same { stop 3Iaiks are of very ancient origin. la a much butchers have in their pockets -
"If a bladder filled with be in made and allowed money
syrup was no one was to
: Latest Jacksonville fruit quotations: ot-served the whites. Mrs. ap- old Dr. WINE OF
holidays by mersed in a vessel of water, the Witer tomb 3000 years at Mjcecse when they are picking out your
a Long melons, $1'0 to $12 per 100; role Dawkins,, however, hired a number of will after awhile become sweet the lr.a.u Schliemann found two bodies with faces change ,

: Gem" large, $3 to $10; grapes, Niagara the lads on the place to go to the woods \ through the membnns; of 1 $60,000 Package Lost.A covered by masks of gold.! One of the Wiikins-"No-o. but rye noticed how

: $2.rO; graptu, Conord, $lJO; peaches. with the h r8.S and carts end secure oaks syrup the bladler passes into the water, and correspondingly Bridgeport. Conn., uisp&ich : masks represented the head of a lion. little I've had in my pockets after I got '
) 4. Alberta. $2 50; pearhes, ordinry, $1 ; that they might earn something to spendfor says
tabulated testS York Weekl'fte .
the water passes into the interior It was learned Monday that the loss of a Dozens of carefully my ch:1nge.-Scw ,
? $2 to $3 barrel pineapples $3 to Christmas. did and the
. pears ; They so, : of the bladder. But this inter package containing sixty thousand dol- show that the blood of man makes a
: $5 crate Florida )lemons small, $2 box; whole Dawkins of Printed.
One Ever
; proprtyblock Only
fifteen to CAROBI'I
1 change not an equal one; tLe light ( by thr Adams Express company comple circulation once every
:: Times, :;Oc to 75c per 100; onions, $2 50 seven acres-wai surrounded: with the .r the CAN rot rnro THX WORD
: liquid-the water-parses in many: times sevtr.il weeks ago, occurred at the New twenty-five sec nds, according to In
$3 barrel bean $1.2.5 crate. There Is a 3-inch display advertisement
i t .to ; a young trees. more rapidly than the heavier liquid, the York olfi :c cf the company, 59 Broad physical conditions of the subject experimented this paper.this week.watch has no two words

syrup, passes out. The consequence will way. The clerk wa putting the package upon. alike except one The \I&1J..e U true 01

p 4 This is probably the bu est summer Weather and Crep. be that the bladder will be distended to .n the Sjfe to go on the train for New Seine prominent German engineers each Dr. Harter new one Medicine appearing Co. each Tlis week house;from plac The* aCrscent" It Strengthens the V/eak Quiets lbs -"

season that Lake Worth has ever known. its utmost and at brst.. A Haven. While the were spread loadsto on eremhiaz they make and
Bulletin Xo. 22 of the weather bureau length ripe packages maintain that the application of test I Nerves. Relieves l<
;;, Before the largest pineapple crop wa tomato or plum be considered: in the out on the fl>or. some picked lei the detection publish- Look for It. send them the name Monthly t
of to
of the United States department agriculture may person up bridges his never yet of the word and they will return you BOO I IU.U1'InL and Cures
and buill- .
nearly shipped the contractors has been issuel and is based upon condition of the bladder of syrup. The one and escaped. Tne 10iS wai not noticed of defects which could! not have UTHOOEAPHS or S XFUCS rua. i Suffering

ers of lumber were making things! bum residences and the piles and regular repor's from twenty-eight correspondents rich juices of the fruit correspond to the until tae safe at New Hav.u was been found by calculation! and inspection. Seven-eighth.of the brea 1 made In Londonis FEMALE DISEASES.

half-completed representing twenty-eight out syrup, and the thin membrane, which opened made American wheat. ASK YOUR DRUGGISTABOUTIT. t

.. the sound of carpenters1 tools make the of the forty five counties of the state. forms[ the skin of the fruit, represent The Banner Wheat State. The natural configuration of many and Stomach I F S1.0O PER BOTTLE. t
; Eait Side a lively air. Os Foa Dyspepsia Indigestion
assume quite the bladder. When the fruit is "ED. CO, .
Data civen local correspondents ripe Iron Th. Beat OUTTAftOOGA Ciatbse.giY
by Bitt
I the West Side considerable! work is alo newspaper Advices of Thursday from iiour Falls! mountains suggests the hum in face, and diiorders.use Brown' rv
kt rain rebuild the ,clean th. Blood
from six add tional sections pt constantly wet by a osmose Ionic it >tem
S. D., state that the figure on SouthDakota' suca pbysioKOmies cut out of the rockson .
being done, and the whole Lake, all takes and the and strengthens the muscle A tplendld ton
::4' around, gives evidence of industry and representing two additional counties, the place fruit distends water the posing skin throughinto which. prospective wheat yield by com a gigantic i cale are commonly regard ic for weak and debilitated penons. m
have also been used.
petent men, arc imply astound ing, ed by savages at obj :cts of worship.A .
: We will have quite a ranging
improvement is weTghiag 13 pounds is owasiby '
not A Canteloipe .
The rainfall for the state, according to being very strong, soon ruptured. -: :
from million million
fifty to
Jiltle town down about Palm Beach next German contcmporarv says that an Alabama farmer._
r winter six new homes are 10 these reports, was below the normal. bushels of wheat, besides: immense quantities Beriin has lately! been suffering from a
u or eight
& CO.. Drngzists, Cou- LW THE
Excepting in the northwestern countiesof GRAPE GBAFTIXG. :U.L THOMPSON
po op between now and then.-TrojncnlSvn. of other grains. E'evator experts plague of rats. They came in droves dersport. Pa,ay Hall's Catarrh On 1a the
Franklin and Walton and the northern A contributor to the Orchard arvl Garden place the yieli at sixty millions, while into the seven wholesale warehouses of bet and only sure care f..rcaarrh! they ever pONLYTRUE&IRON -

portion of DeSoto, which reports too successfully grafted a Delware on a Milwaukee and Northwestern railway experts he city, a.nd were of extraordinaryize. sold imwglsts; frell it. T3:._
much rain the rainfall has been insufficient wild stock and the follow! i
Grape gives
g .4. recent Washington dispatch laYS: place it at fifty-five million and THE evils of malarial disorders fever weak I
and very badly distributed. Excessive ing as the method: employed. fifty million respectively. Even at the nesa. lassitude and debility and prostralioa an
ha received
ti The Becretiry of the treasury rains injured cotton nd tobaccoin When the first few leaves have formed A disease peculiar to Japan is known avoided by taking Eeecham's Pills-
lowest fig ares it is chime-1 the state will .
: of
from the collector customaat
a-tclegram at Wed his belief that \\ and cane in Franklin! counties, and the sp i? flwinr, select the placeon carry the banner of the entire union. as kake, which is thought to be the result Kat. drink and be merry for to-morrow" I TONIC I
Key expressing of rice diet. The disease is a slow
where also farm work was retarded. Crops the young vine where you wan to a Bradyerotine will stop the headache. All drug.
... there is no foundation for the report that generally suffered from lack of rain in graft. This is best between two j Jints. WFLLIAM E. Kio rrr. familiarly known degeneration of the nervous t-ystem and guts fifty ceo._' I

44_ AD expedition bad started from there to the counties of Like, O (reola Jefferson, Then wrap a cord tightly around the ai "Bhiiy" Knight a Philadelphia! ia dru steadily! increasing weakness of the pa- If afflic'el with sore eyes ue Dr- aac Thompson's wilt KIDMlVs.pnrtfr KLOOD remove IJTXK recnlat*' ',$,

secure the independence of Cuba. He Orange, Hillsborough, Liberty, Wakulla, vine, which will somewhat pre ent the irNt. who died recently. wa one of the tient. Eye-water.Drure'sto sell at 25s perootte.CiYPJIpefncs: r-Jer.UuiH Itn1l .mew
e that tbty consul at Key West I be iUi ail f:,
Spanish restore
says thinks the is blind to cover a Polk, DeSoto, Marion, Putnam, Brevard .: return of the sap. Two cuts ar' made, vhunir-tcrs" that <-ity. says the Led Charles Goodlidge, of Tacoma, Wash., appetite vgorofyoai Dyspapsia. .:4Z
rumor a and Sumter; especially cotton in Jefferson one downward aud another upward, and ger.Ik had a reirular li
'. movement fr'm some other point. The and Liberty; oranges and cringe I. these must be about an inch in length. \\ >Clne at appointed days and receiveda days ago, because he forgot the name of I lntaS'utetyers.flciteLalla's brtjcbteoed.brain r
will ; due -
collector be exercise vigilance
A eays trees in Lak, Osceola, Sumter and Polk; Select a scion which has a natural curve rao'let pen?ibn from the oM dru:!.-t. his bride. lie knew her first name was pov b ne r,.laereised nerrei. ana.eJe ,. !4'. '

4: in the matter and telegraph any potatoes in Po'.k! Lake and Sumter; the and ia a trifle longer than the distance Occasionally one of thee vagabonds.many Kittie, but could not remember her last ,.TeceUe B_ : .I'

"new development.[ His for telegram information: was in hay crop in Sumter and Lake; peanuts in between the cuts. Cut the euds wedge- of them unworthy of the charitjlx.stowt.tl name. LIDIS i(: i cellar sffTcrlnc fc>tbeir from!eompialaU:.ndnj pejj,

raponie to a request en Jefferson and Sumter tobacco in Jefferson and insert that the on them would return before iJ4 _ _a safe spee-fr tare. Ret1ml8 '. '
carefully so worth
; shaped A silver dime of 1804 is $4, .of
the rose bloom lice is,Ixiaiifles Cornpleii.
aubject.I on
? S V ; rice in Polk; Santa Ro.a reports bark! is in contact. Then bind firmlythe hN day, when, with a mild reprimand 1797, 1SOO and 1802 $3, and of 1793 &J1 ererrwhere. All (genuine /roo-15 bear

melons nearly all gone. The weather scion to the stock, and if this is securely u-ually in the hape of information thatit $250. Silver half: dimes of 1S02 will &t 'Cr eut.ft tend U5 cen ..umpr321f ,
; General Robert B. Cable of r7' pamphlet.'I."
Manager :
conditions for the week done is needed was not his time to call, the bcggai %
were reported as but
no binding fetch $3f) each, and a value from $1 to
the J. T. & K. railway system. and Superintendent fig. HAZIER MEDICINE CO..St. Lnds. I" j
would receive His
;, favorable for and melons in these be covered with some money. customers -
William B. Coffin of the generally points must grafting $3 attaches to these coin* of the isuesof !

4- sanjeJfbe- both tendered their ,resigna. Nassau county; to potatoes in Walton 1 wax. The bud will oon begin to usually addressed him as 'Doctor hii, 1794, 17SS, 1797, 1801, 1805 and 1846 Dr. S. C. Parsons .?
and hy for all who asked
prescribed ,
and Nassau; to cane in Lee, Nasssu. I show. Then by degrees all the shoots -
,*"rv*iia_ few days ago and they were ac- advice and often when his patient wa Princeton has two tree which were
in Walton and :
; to cow pease tot belonging to the scion must be re Blood Purifier ;
j cept37 Receiver Mason Young has planted previous to the declaration in-
in O-ceola and Nassau to unable to pay for medicine, the prescription "
Lee the
to corn moved. In the all wood '
; ; summer H t
in th dean's Cere ,
made the to endence. The Syphilis
following appointments, del
4 rice a-id in Lee to be ell and in the fall that aboveon was filled, and renewed, if necessary sycamores 'jrrON 1
must cut
; SkiaScrofala.
mangos guava mors. veUuiga D.j
take effect at once: W. B. Denham to be yard were planted in 1767, by order of J'4
without charge. If there was one
fodder harvesting in Jefferson and Wa- the stock and above on the scorn. It t3. EUu&
of all the the trustees to commemorate the resistance -
acting superintendent marked Hut "I
: knits; and to crops generally in DeSoto is siid that if the stock is a strong grower characteristic more strongly: Ma aria. Casxibt4j
lines in the system E. S. of the stamp act. LiTer and K1i
; another in the dead druggist, it was hit Ftvers. !
northern Wakulla, Lee and has it Delaware .
( part.) grafted on a or a
Spencer, formerly trainmaster, to be utter di-regard for his personal Tb.2 manner in which trials are conducted Iiea, O J Sores Ernfjcs
appear '
Santa Rosa and Plltna'.counties. The Jessica the growth in the short space of ] ENJOYS and a.i disorders results -
acting assistant superintendent of the J., ance. Although he sold and other in Chinese courts would be a start-
;_ ranged in amount from three months will be soap blood.
precipitation surprising.AS ;rom impure
i T. & K.. W. railway. Mr. Ford to be nothing at Amelia and traces at Green articles usually considered necessary for ling surprise to all who have not personally Both the method and results when 0\ }Pri.ce 100. -

',:- ftctinz assistant superintendent of the Cove Springs and Orlando to 8.45 inchesat the toilet, he" evidently felt that they attended a court scene. Torture is Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant SOLD BT DBUOGISTJU

Florida Southern railway. All these ip- Ap lachicola. The temerature for the ORAXGE PRESERVER. were not essential for his happiness. The always resorted to in order to compel th. and refreshing to the taste, and acts '.' :

.. pointments are promotions. Everything state was above normal The excess at Something has been aiid before about hat he wore would have been fitting for accused to declare hims If guilty of the gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, et Dr. S.C PanoM. Ttrnflr

3r is running along' smoothly under the re- Jacksonville was 15 for the week. The keeping oranges in the limestone caves of a dandy of 1972, while his clothing was charge against him, and to such an extent Liver and Bowels cleanses the j Pbyj-ciaa" tel bow to get well and keep weflj iiI.-
ceiver's management and the interests of Kentucky. Now comes a citizen of anything but fastidious. His twinkling U it carried that it often results in 400 pa:rt, profu. ly illt1o tnt t Tor paBKphlecs .
all concerned are being carefully looked temperature conditions were reported as Pasco county who claims the discoveryof eVl'S shone of weazened tem effectually, dispels colds, headaches I I ,question Iis.sor pnnt information frflt -
beneficial to potatoes in Polk county; to out a grizzled, either causing the death of the deceased and fevers and habitual of charge, ad Ir". with sUiop, ".
: after. in X&S'au Franklin a prcces-s for preserving oranges nt and unshaven countenance, while no or else maiming him for life. cures DR. S. C. PAUSO.N $< TaB>ak, Ga.. .
t crops generally home. The Pasco County Democrat comb had to constipation. Syrup of Figs is the I I
ever apparently "
Putnam Lee of the word
DeSoto northern The famo'is' "sirloin
( part), story ,
The Equator-Democrat sits: A new makes the following mention of the nut guide the silvery strands which straggled "' only remedy of its kind ever
counties but injurious "surloin is produced i.
Walton and Osceola ; or more properly of a re His
I IEvOl1 Man Own lloctor [
town is beint laid out on Biscayne bay because too high, to young plantsin ter: Col. 31. B. Wever, of this county, aimlessly over his nearly denuded head. cent crenti n. A king of England-the pleasing to the taste and acceptable
and is settlers. George McDonald has discovered a process by which the of his his lack
attracting was
: to the stomach
Liberty; to sweet potatoes, peanuts, "m*rry monarch, most likely-cominu prompt in .1 I ;
a surveyor who has located a orange may be perfectly preserved for an of interest in monetary matters. A handful its action A Bok.contaJ5.L''i
; oranges guavas and bay crops in i Lake; in hungry one day from ti-e chase, had and truly beneficial in its -pagtProfusely Illustrated
number of towns in the west and was indefinite time. He has been experimenting of small change placed on his counter Log ralsable information to dif-Ji
4 to crops t'eferally in Wakulla Sumter, served up to him a savory loin of beef. effects, prepared only from the most I I pertaining
to stake out Gutbrie during tLe late for acme feeling a?sure j for bottle of medicine
ote and counties. year in payment a was eaaeof the human systemshowing towta1 l
Putnam, J ffersoa Orange So deli h'ed was the famished king at and
healthy agreeable substances its
Oklahoma boom is : the new that it was within the of human counted but brushed off ,
platting gov- the for range never carelessly TREAT and CURE with the simplest of rneUI :
C The sunshine was about average the sight of his favorite dish that he excellent \
eminent town on the bay. One hundredand the state and was beneficial to figs and possibilities to discover some process aad thrown upon a shelf, with the remark knighted it on the spot, and is it many qualities commend it i I cines. The 00.k contains Analysis of.ccmt--
settlers make whereby the be from it's all risht." to all and have made it the most i
one are necessary to Nassau orangj might kept "I iruess ship and marriage and management of chfJd-o. ;
melons in county; to crops gen known as "sirloin" even to this day?
4 Government town and between twenty- erally in Franklin. IeSto, Lee, Bant decay and the loss of thosj properties HEU SACUIKIC'JS. 9 popular remedy known. ren,bes-'des useful prescription; *,recipes ster .ij

five and fifty have been secured. The :Rosa Putnam and Osceola counties it which render it so delicious. In the Syrup of Figs i is for eale in 50cand l1ailed.post-pal for 60 cents. Addrp

.. new town is called Addison, after the was reported as hurtful to crops gent-r early part of this year he perfected as he lTe-DuEag", if I gi>e you such an Facts About Heads. $1 bottles by all leading drug -\TL-\ T\ BL1MIING HOUSE :

2- oldest nettler in that vicinity, who has ally in Wakulla, Sumter, DeSoto, Putnam believed and h'Jpe his process. Ha be- expensive engagement ring we can't getmarried gists. Any reliable druggist who I I --Ill_; Lord_ Sots_ e-t._ _Avz.a.'rraGA.$0. _.

been on the lanl twenty-five years. It Brevard, Volusia, Lake, Walton, gan at once his oranges to so soon. Intellectual strength and executive may not have it on hand will ..................SUI .I.'t

: is located a half mile south cf Cutler and Orange and Jefferson counties. treatment and place them in store to She-Never mind, dear. For your sakeI ability are attributed to those who have it for procure I I : RIPANS Motuaen.TA8ULE U. iDilI

has a fine frontage on the bay, two miles await results. lie exhibited- several can wait. r! ".& BvAT.ATLANTA promptly any one who I I y it* blood. are tale.
heads. But German
long a scientist who & Tita beat paer
long and Is a quarter of a mile deep. DEMOCRATIC .CLUBS TO MEET oranges, which he treated on the 20th MARKETS. made examination of the cranial capacityof wishes to try it. Io not accept any :"Uw known. for I

Engineer McDonald is staking it out as day of February last. These were inspected soldiers Baden is of the substitute. :f RNJxIw.H oF
5,000 opinion '
rapidly an possible and the lots are 25 In the City of New York on the 4th and critically examined by several Appetite. Mental =,
that the size of the skull d< pends SYRUP CO. : )Dtyntfoo. I'tmps.Jf.
feet the 12.5 feet of October Next. citizens who CORRECTED WEEKLY. Compiexko. Tired ; .
tO frontage on bay by prominent were surprised .
almost invariably on the proportions of SAM FBAMCISCO. CAL. .eft'7 symptom or liweaao rIUs trva j.
The tract chosen U a part of the old The following call was issued from at the perfect state of preservation of the ( rocerie. the body. Tall men he found to always LOUISVILLE ft. HEW roaif. .L V. -t>.or a bUnr by the_.bier or .
> Perrine land and has excellent back fruit. It natural in color prooer
-.1 Washington Friday: was weight, "er-ealingar biDeted bvtak1naTB.e.ca
CoeBoastl-Arbuekle's 19.60 100 H>. have long skulls, or skulls of medium S
; country known as the hunting grounds. National Association of Democratic juices, flavor and every other property. easea-Llon 19.GOv.Levering9l9.60c. Green-Ex length, whereas the short. fat men, as a ..w-e.m:1UPA.5CBEIC.u.co..l meal Prbr IDIUl'I rr U:I tJoU/81J&.. ". '

.5- S S S I Clubs, Washington, D. C., August 5, When cut and eaten the orange was in tra choice -JOc; choice good 19c; fair 18c;common rule, had round, flit head f"MOTIiLS'FRIEND" S.Ac.ts-.-Wa..o.,500S.a EIGHTY..p.Pft".. .)% '

The EaeaHpiMent St. .ugastIe. I 1692.-The national convention of democratic every respect just as i p'.ucked from the I6c. Sugar-Granulated: 5c; on granulated ,-- --- g- !
clubs is hereby called to meet at tree the season. Colonel -c; powdered 5VJc; cut loaf 5'c;white
The etctupment the state troops is during proper extra 0 4Hc. Ne. Orlfcans yellow clarified i i 55 to 515II6HTI1M
4 ordered by Governor Fleming to be held 12 o'clock Tuesday, the 4th day of October Wever is a man of sound judgment and *V c yeliow; extra C 4c. Syrup-Xev Our Debt to Flowers. ." .
4 at St. Augustine from August 23, tot 1692, in the city of New York. The strong, practical common sense, who i Orleans choice 4S<350; prime 35(340c( ;common as i-vjb-EL( I--_ ICirri Z. -

August 31. There are no non-givers" convention will consist of delegates from not likely led astray by visionary 30J35c.( Molasses-Genuine Cuba S533SciniitatEon Few appreciate how much of the floral I To _1.1 --.a _-.' III.--. .... _
democratic clubs and societies of the schemes and he fee's assured that he has 22@25. Teas-Black 35 to the encampment fund to be found in : ICXgCOc. Kutmegn @.: Clove* as@30c. beauty which gives interest to travel we .- r < with .111_.81111fj..t,:

St. Augustine. The people only needed United States, which are enrolled members solved the problem which will revolu. Cinnamon 10@12 c..llipice lOfgllc. Jamaica owe to foreign introductions. If we wantto .: W41 Mothers : .- 1t.. ._s._.ft;:

to be reminded of the fact in order to of National Association of Democratic tionize the orange business and take the ginger 18c. Singapore pepper lie; Mac admire our own rative productions .we : bI4_pIA..rk8.--.

come to the front, as neither St. Augustine Clubs. Representation in the national growers out of the cutcbe of the com- $1.00. Rice. fair "%c; good 6c; common have to go .to the and deep :. _w B.Co.a.IIt j"
convention is fixed the 11th mi'sion lie 5//Ji3oc imported Japan 6 St. Johns is behind in by men. preparing to ; : -- .
nor county Salt Hawley's dairy $150 Virginia 70c. woods, and look for them in the more ,.
otherwise G. D. and 12th articles of the constitution, as secure letters to protect his process ; t -.U. .
) patent
anything ( or the
political Cheese-Full cream Cheddar ---p; flats out of way places, as we would look >
Ackerly telegraphs the following in response follows: which he claims will not only preserve 12o; White flab half bb!..$- 00; pail 60cSoapt for a lot of wild Indians.-Philadelphia .. -- .

w: to a request for free transportation: Eleventh-Each club or society shall !I all kinds of citrus fruits, but all -Tallow, ]00 bars 73 Ills $3 (los 3 75; Ledger. : '-_. -' _....crg .:i4r.. : 7"if' ,

"The Jacksonville Tampa and Key be entitled to one delegate for'everr hun other fruits and vegetables that have turpentine, 60 bars CO Ibs. f2 25 a 2 50 ; C.sespUve. antS psopl ) ..,
t Candles-Parafire 12c starlO}c. Matches i Makes Child Birth : wo hat*w ak Inagi or AMb-
dred members in good standing. But no traces of silica in their covering or ; Easy : Jl
West and the Florida Southern railways peeL 400i$4 00;800s f&003 75;200 $2 00a2 75;6Oa To Belt Up Serenely e..bca1dna. pijo sCrtorConsumption. .
t will transport the Florida state troops club or society shall be entitled to more We trust that his faith is well founded, 5 grow: f3 T5. Bcda Kegs, bulk 5c;do lIb pkgt In the mornin feelin i Shortens Labor, : Is ba .uwsd
? lighthearted 11 baa *I mis'.400.
free en route to and fr jm the -encampment than five delegates."TwelfthWhen. and that he may realize his fondest /c;cases lIb 5% x do 1 and {lbt 8c, doVilb sprightly-a* it you could fin a : Lessens Pain, : .. isIa.oiS&diatUe. ..'
clubs or societies of hopes. 6c. Oracken- soda 6j c; XXX but er liktbasieongsyrup. -
with the
St. Aucustine. This
at stave or two, for ins'ance, your_ dige'tion Endorsed the : ,.
XXX pearl 6c shell and excelsior Leading Physicians. 5o14 svuywa.p
state the DistrictofColumbia 1 %c oysters ;
or territory or ;
liberality of the East Coast lines,the F. C. any XXX shoull be goo J, your liver ant bowels all :
7c:lemon cream 9c; ginger snaps Ite;corn- : Book to CotA.criW FSXX.
&P., the P. & A., and the Plant system, not less than ten in number, TEA CULTURE I'FLORIDA. bills Oc. Ca dy-Assorted stick 6'c; Frenih right, your nerves vigorous. These endow BRADFIELD REGULATOR :
assure free trasportation to and from St. shall' have formed a state or territorial or In a letter to the editor of the Time mixed 12%c. Canned good*-Condensed milk mentsof the healthy are Conferred. by IIostetter's .: OA. :
district association tuch association shall 00a8 00 imitation mackerel 1395 00 salmon Stomach BUef:: which r new* izes-
the $6 -
Augustine to entire lute Union written his ; ; .
troops. just prior to tabli-hes : SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
'ii' S S S be entitled to eleven delegates large. for Europe a few dajs ago, Mr. sing. 16 00a7 50: F. W.oysters $l 75a-;L.W. and'ion.kidney?,and regularity averts malari of the 1ivr and,bowels rheu .................. A.N.U................. ...
3 50 tomatoes I 60.
1125 com 92 50 a f -
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4; The World's fair buildings for the different Very respectfully yours, tarn, the famous lei expert says: all potash $330. Starch-Pearl 4-c; lump matism.Ptrrlarul _ _ IT1SADU"Yyes..wey.si. -

;- states are rapidly going up at Chicago CIIACSCEY F. BLACK President. I intend to still keep in touch with thoe who 5c; nickel packages $3 M; celluloid $5 00. : Me., exports I $1,500,000 worth of elf valao and for familj JTOHF m I..>eel er.miit .the Ec.bass.. W--- L'OOUGLA. __ __ __
"William L. Wilson Chairman of Ex- lobster during the last three
Pickles or mixed pints$1 OOal 40 months. ia .
some of them costly and beautiful are interested in tea. u a pity that so many plam ; quarts yfULfOsIWCrbps4. I
,. ecutive Committee; Lawrence Gardner, millions of acre of I, both in Florida ant ft 30al 80. Powder-Hiflt, kegs $5 50;X keu cka.ioK W. L. Do.tla.which .
structures. On the site allotted to Florida i $3 00 % kegs*1 S5. Shot$1 70 per tack. FOR impure or thin Blood Weakness Mala re.r BC the bMC
Secretary. South Carolina. should be lying idle when ; .. f'l
cia S for pricl asked, Ill.
so'far nothing has ben done to rep. uraia. Indigestion, and Bilirm \ 'Yal.e$3 .
product 8 cur to cultivate and eo remunei alive take Bn.wn's Iron Bitiers it give will IetlItf7. SHOE _____ __
c.;, rent her at the great exposition. It seems THE JUDGE SUICIDED might b grown to the advantage of land !71.nr. Grain and Meal. making old persons feel young and strenfrtb yoonz IT TAKE XO IENTl
the poorest kind of economy for the owners. Flour-First patent $5 50; second patent person strong; lea-ant to take. SUBSTITUTETHE

: :- state to refuse to contribute for a representation's Because Some of His Acts Had Been The vwits of tea experts like mYlel of twen 15.00 :extra fancy $4.80 ; fancy 14 20 ; family BEST SHOE III THE WORLD FOR THE
such fair thi'. If California ty-five years' experience, are far between IS soah 00. Corn-No. 1 white 63. A man in Trenton ha a Stamp worth$1000, A. gennIne.ewed...IAGI1rill ROt rip ftDe ._ _
t a as -
Criticized. egpeci:ally as the Indian ani Ceylon tea No. 2 white 63:; mixed 6Vx Oats for wUkh. he paid 9 cents. :- IIIIIOOC ms1ue flexible co.ntonable.styllah and dtIbi

ran ship its fruit to Europe and judge J. C. Norraile, of the St. Louis, I! plant are not particularly anxious to 1: Cud 42a-c; white 44i; Kansas rustproof -._- --.--- -vi; i MY costing otter from Iboe at ever to:101\1 as the price. EqUAls cUStOm_.?

I :t. make it pay Florida can its orange JIo criminal court, who recently brought prc of tea by extended cu ; & 51a Hay-Choice timothy, large bale, A Mother's GratitudeToo .- 'vat $4 .d*, Iland.eewcd.flue caif shoes. Tb6"mo _
: There will not be reprsentitions from : seems mystery to m however.that Americans P8J< No. 1 timothy, large bates! 90c; cb/ric NaY and ura1ezi oes ever tola at these prteew T* _
: all this but from suit against tho Posf-Dispatch :or $400,. (generally so mart in business) Biould import timothy small bales, 95i;No. 1 timothy, small an.Imported shoes C08LJ1g(rom IS ir,,i-> **-:_ _
country only, 000, and had its three responsible! directors tea and piy five times its growing value, while bales. gOo; No. 2 timothy, small bales, 8G,. Too great for $3.MJ P.lke Mb-worn by farmers and an otb
every part of the world. It is Fiorida'sgrand : arrcete on charges of criminal libi-1 I, their vast tracts of rich land suite I the &- 67 : bolted Sfe. Wheat bran- tongue tell is due y-- ., easy*wS'fi.and good will hE'aT7 keep colt the three feet dry 8OIed.aDd i5Ll2MI warm.! "*. _
opportunity to make a display of committed suicide Tuesday morning l by growth of the article aw 'going ) Larg'3 lack 77c small sacks 83o Cottonseed llooa's SarsaparilLu My -- $2 e Fine Calf S2. and "J "orki. ""_ _
ar, her products and extol her climate. No a tea expert in allowed to leave bggg- meal-$110 per cwt. Steam feed 91.35 daughter Olive 3 -;:, wC pTe 11.070 wear for tbe money UaD .117 Oth _
taking D financial interest is pushing an appropri. the want of noement per cwt. Grit*-Pearl $3.50.. ago had dreadfUl -- 1Dgm"bar.found this out. _" _
ation on the part of the state for a representation Christopher Roughly Treated. The Hon. RUlk Washington, 8rt -;-- pfri"1 beginning in one B 'VS' ** and Yontba 91.73 Schl Sh! ._
ry of agriculture, that it ba Co.Dtrv Produce. worn by the bop ovezywr. Tbe OS$ ;
at Chicago but she will make A from Rome t.r knee and to almost able es soJd at these .
cablegram extending
Italy, says: fair trial. I beg to differ from that gentlemanconsiderably Eggs 9alOc. Butter-Western creamery ... prtce& .
.;' a great mistake if she neglects to do so. Two hundred members of clerical associations with all due respect. I say that 20fflc;choice Tennessee 16al8c;other grades '; ;'... every Joint in her I AQs83iiamd..we4$2.ae.Z. ,j Sioes for Lis.ea made ot -"-

.i:; a There is no time to lose, things are being bands playing and banners flying, tea-growing has not been fairly tried in tm" 10al2c. Live poultry-Turkeys 10@12y'c per body" ,caused by Constlitte IOta or fine Calf as de.3red. Tbt'7.are .7= _
gnat and that of dollars Ib hens 25 and 23 chickens & Scrofula. lortaUe and duraUeL The $3 shoe equal C _
pushed at Chicago, and Florida must marched in Saturday to toe Otr ; young ,
procession might by m Dressed The pains grew less and th swell'nm subsided hoeacosuaitroin $4 to$5. Ladies wtow**'_ ._ _
bustle if,*he wants to get there. Pincianna gardens to place a wreath upon hae bn me pr-uct. Urge 18a22c ; small spring 10al5c. after using one j bottle of flOoD's sap.sA,. mba In tl'fr tciowea are tm this 011.1. ".
fo tne but rubbish poultry-Turkeys 18a200 ducks I2> 15c;chick. Then '
G.1 go nr" ; PARILJLA. improvetne .t was rapid, CA VTI O -Bewareot deaiers.ubst5tUos !
_;4 the bust of Christopher Columbm. A 0 i Hybrid tea ia th Ins I5al8. Irish potato. 1.25@1.50 per bbl.. until It effected a perfect cure." Mas. J.A. W.L bo'Dame aDd the prtce a lped"_ _
.t The members of the order of the Iron' group of liberals carrying national flags plant t and makes Ccrloa and Indian wet potatoes new-1.50a$2.00 per bu.Honey- CtRL. Reynoldarille Pa. ASK.FOR W. LDOUGLAS.. .?'uA 1V..J Such 11I.MdtutJona are tnlldult'DI A114lubjeel to .
tried to themselves at the head of ia Europe. America's 60,000,000 of Strained SalOn in the comb 10al2c. Onions If not f., tloa by bw for obta1nrn DtOIJ.C'J'1RId..r 919 pre .
.r Ball in Palatka are considerably interested place oat ; Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner sale I. your r.'lI.fe send direct t. Factory, kiD4. size.
1 TL by'th* news of the application for a the clericals whereupon a scuffle occurred pp 1 USA only IX,pounds of leaper capita $3 90 lb per. bbL Cabbage-Green Florida l2c. Pills assist digestion,cure headache. wanted.Posisgo chants where' 1 ba'YO.ae.l.fre. 'ill.$ give Vrhe.]t"I..ITe sale I. .b staling_ df'aler1l and K..kM.eN _
i for
: :: in which the bust was oTertorneiL I per Leuizi&na1j. C.aJ.a.e.V..1.D..glz iS"I-,._


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